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Jackson County Floridan

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Title:
Jackson County Floridan
Sunday paper issued from <1979-1985> as:
Sunday Floridan
Portion of title:
Floridan
Creator:
Jackson County Floridan
Place of Publication:
Marianna, Fla
Publisher:
Chipola Pub. Co.
Publication Date:
Copyright Date:
2009
Frequency:
Daily (except Saturday and Monday)[<1979-1995>]
Weekly[ FORMER 1934-<1955>]
daily
normalized irregular
Language:
English

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Newspapers -- Marianna (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jackson County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States of America -- Florida -- Jackson -- Marianna

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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
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"Independent."

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Officer involved in shooting named


STAFF REPORT

Marianna Police Chief Hayes Baggett
Tuesday disclosed the name of the police
officer who-fatally shot Marianna resident
Mark Anthony Daniels earlier this month.
Baggett said in a news release that
canine officer Bliss Moreau remains on
paid administrative leave, but will return to
duty after he is medically cleared to do so.
Baggett hired Moreau in January of this


year. According to city officials, Moreau
attended Chipola College and graduated in
2003.
He passed his state law enforcement
exam in 2004, and was employed at the
Calhoun County Sheriff's Office before
joing the Marianna Police Department.
Meanwhile, the Florida Department of
Law Enforcement continues to investigate
the incident which led to Daniels' death.
The medical examiner a few weeks ago


determined that Daniels, 31, died as the
result of a single gunshot wound to the
torso.
According to previous press releases
about the case, an officer was pursuing
Daniels on Penn Avenue around 7:15 p.m.
Sept. 4, and tried to pull him over for
speeding.
According to FDLE, the Chevy subur-
ban driven by Daniels was eventually
blocked on Oak Street by a responding.


officer's patrol car. As Marianna police
officers approached the Suburban, officials
said, Daniels accelerated and struck a
patrol car.
Moreau then fired his weapon at the
Chevy, striking Daniels.
The Suburban continued for several
blocks before striking a power pole at the
intersection of Orange and South streets.
Daniels was transported to Jackson
Hospital, where he was pronounced dead.


Sneads crowded by school choice


BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FlORIDAN STAFF WRITER
Some Jackson County School
Board members are looking to
slow the migration of students
to Sneads Elementary School,
which consistently scores an
"A" on the state's report card.
Board member Charlotte
Gardner wondered aloud at a
recent meeting as to whether
there was any "room at the inn"
left at Sneads Elementary.
There's not much, Sneads
Elementary School Principal
Cheryl McDaniel acknowl-
edged, but the school is coping.
Transfers and a natural
increase in population have left
the school about 100 students
over its optimal student popula-
tion, according to a state formu-
la that measures square footage
against the number of people a
given space should be expected
to serve.
To make more room,
McDaniel has some teachers
teaming up.
One first grade classroom and
two third grade rooms have two
teachers. While one teachers is
teaching math, for instance, the
other might be circulating the
room to look over students'
shoulders in an attempt to find
and assist those who are strug-
gling.
Later in the day, the two will
switch rolls, with the roaming
educator now at the head of the
class, teaching science.
"When we realized we proba-
bly had team teaching on the
horizon, some of the teachers
themselves found their own
pairs and started working
together early on to make it
work," McDaniel said. "We've
had no problems with that."
McDaniel said this arrange-
ment has some advantages. It
frees up space in other rooms
and gives students an extra eye
on their progress. She says the
the school is not "in trouble"
under the weight of more stu-
dents, but appreciates the school
board's concern.
"We're OK, but it has been a
challenge. We don't have class-
rooms where kids are falling out
the doors or anything like that,
but I've had to find classroom
space where you didn't think
you'd have to have classroom
space," she said. "Our music
teacher is using the multi-pur-
pose room now, so we don't
have a multi-purpose room
standing ready at any time any-
more. It was a place that was
previously available for large-
group progranrs. or a rainy-day
room for P.E. Now we just have
to work together more when
things come up."
McDaniel has also repur-
posed a portable building that
had recently served as a storage
center for the maintenance
department. Years earlier, it was
used as a speech lab. and is now
back in service as a small-group
instruction center for exception-


Co-teachers Sharmen Daniels and Cynthia Dunaway go over a story with their first grade class at
Sneads Elementary School Tuesday: - Mark Skinner / Floridan


al students.
McDaniel also said the
school's speech teacher has
been moved out of her class-
room to a spot in the office,
where she works with her stu-
dents.
The principal had to hire an
additional fourth grade teacher
to handle the crowd in that age
group.
She has also had to seat a few
more students than she'd like in
some classrooms.
Contributing to the space
crunch at Sneads Elementary
are state and federal school
choice directives, allowing par-
ents to move their children to,
other schools under certain cir-
cumstances. The local districts
set up their own rules for these


transfers, but district plans have
to meet with federal and state
approval.
To meet state mandates,
Jackson County allows parents
to move their children from
school to school in the first
week of every semester, for any
reason. Under state mandates,
the ability to move a child to a
certain school is tied to the
school's capacity to handle the
load, and parents must provide
their own transportation if they
make the choice to transfer
under this program.
But if parents transfer their
children under the federal No
Child Left Behind program,
which is tied to school perform-.
ance, the district must provide
the transportation.


According to some school
board members, this has put
some students in the position of
-having to ride a bus from one
end of the county to the other,
such as those who live in
Graceville but go to school in
Sneads. Board members say
they worry about the stress this
ride puts on the bodies and
minds of the students..
In addition, the school's
capacity to receive more stu-
dents is not considered under
the federal program. Schools are
expected to either find room on
campus, or set up a program
somewhere that would be under
the direction of the principal of
the school the parent wants their
See SNEADS, Page 7A >


Sneads freshman diagnosed with cancer


Amber Snell


BN KATHY S. JOHNSON
SrECIAL !O THE FLORIDA-\
The first year of high school is
supposed to be filled with good
times with old friends, meeting
new friends and getting adjusted to
high school life.
But 14-year-old Amber Snell
will spend her year traveling back


and forth to Shands Hospital in
Gainesville. as she undergoes treat-
ment for bone cancer.
About a week before the new
school year began. Amber. daugh-
ter of Lisa Snell of Grand Ridge.
was diagnosed with bone cancer.
She is a freshman at Sneads High
School.
An account has been set up at


Regions Bank. Marianna branch,
for donations to help with expenses
incurred during Amber's treatment.
Those wishing to help can also
contact Kym or Michelle at the
Sneads High School cafeteria.
Reprinted with permission from
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Chartahoochee.


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STAFF REPORT
The Marianna
City Commission
will meet in spe-
cial session this
.evening to discuss
the Main Street
director and the Charlotte
salary of the police Brunner
chief. That meet-
ing will immedi-
ately follow a 5
p.m. public hear-
ing on the city's
proposed 2009-10
budget and millage
rate.
Although there Hayes
are only two speci-
fied items on the Baggett
agenda, the meeting also could
include mayor and commission
reports, information from the city
See AGENDA, Page 7A >



Candidates


vie for

SGA spots
BY SHELIA MADE
FLORIDAN CORRESPONDENT
The Marianna High School
auditorium was the setting
Tuesday for candidates to state
their campaign promises as they
get a dose of what local, state and
federal politicians encounter with
their campaigns.
With high hopes of fulfilling an
office for the Marianna High
School Student Government
Association, class by class, stu-
dents were given three minutes to
convince their constituents they
were worthy of their vote.
Each grade, nine through 12,
has an elected president, vice
president, secretary, treasurer and
reporter. Each class also has a
representative who is selected
from the group of candidates fol-
lowing the election, depending on
the number of votes each
received.
See SGA, Page 7A >


Police seek

car burglars
BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
Fi.ORIDAUN SIAFF WRITER
The Marianna Police
Department on Wednesday
issued another warning to local
residents about thieves targeting
vehicles in the area.
Two car burglaries occurred
Monday night.
The first was reported around
6:45 p.m. on Magnolia Street.
The caller reported that he and his
wife were inside their residence
See POLICE, Page 7A >









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High - 88�
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High - 89�
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Contact Us
Telephone: (850) 526-3614
FAX: (850) 482-4478
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Mailing Address:
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Street Address:
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Marianna, FL 32446
Office Hours:
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damages arising out'of errors and
advertisements beyond the amount
paid for the space actually occupied
by that portion of the advertise-
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whether such error is due to the
negligence of the publisher's
employees or otherwise, and there
shall be not liability for non-inser-
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the amount paid for such advertise-
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knowingly accept or publish illegal
material of any kind. Advertising
which expresses preference based
on legally protected personal char-
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.The Jackson County
Floridan's policy is to cor-
rect mistakes promptly. To
report an error, please call
526-3614 Monday-Friday.


September 16 - Wednesday
* The Marianna City Commission will con-
vene a special meeting immediately follow-
ing the conclusion of the public hearing set
at 5:01 p.m. in City Hall.
* Tourist Development Council meets at
10 a.m. in the Jackson . County
Administration Building, 2864 Madison St.,
Marianna.
* Alcoholics Anonymous has an open
meeting Wednesdays, noon to 1 p.m., at
the First United Methodist Church, 2901
Caledonia St., Marianna. Meet in the AA
room.

September 17 - Thursday
* The St. Anne Thrift Shop,'4287 Second
Ave. in Marianna, is having its End of
Season Bag Sale (clothing only), $2 per
bag, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sept. 17, 22 and 24.
* The East Jackson County Economic
Development Council meets, 12 p.m. at
West Florida Electric Cooperative in
Sneads. A light lunch will be served.
* Jackson County NAACP meets at 5:30
p.m. the third Thursday of the month, at
2880 Orange St. (behind .Bryant
Enterprises). Call 482-3766 or 569-1294.
* Alcoholics Anonymous meets
Thursday for a "closed discussion," 8 to 9
p.m., at the First United Methodist Church,
2901 Caledonia St., Marianna. Meet in the
AA room. Attendance is limited to persons
with a desire to stop drinking.

September 18 - Friday
* The Jackson County Health Department
will begin providing seasonal flu shots (not
H1N1 Swine Flu) at the main facility on the
corner of Fourth Street and Fifth Avenue in
Marianna. Seasonal flu shots are $35;
pneumonia shots are $45. Call 526-2412
for an appointment.
* Alcoholics Anonymous has an open
meeting Fridays, 8 to 9 p.m., at the First
United Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia
-St., Marianna. Meet in the AA room.

September 19 - Saturday
* The Jackson County Farmers' Market is
open Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays,
6:30 a.m. until all fresh produce is sold out,
in the courthouse parking lot in Marianna.
The market is a state certified farmers' mar-
ket accepting FMNP/WIC and Elder affairs
coupons.
* Community Health Awareness and
Appreciation Day, 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. at St.


MARIANNA POLICE
The Marianna Police
Department listed the
following
incidents for s -_.--
Sept. 14, the "'--i=' 1
latest avail- -
able report: CRIME
One suspi- "Z
cious person, one high-
way obstruction, two
mentally ill persons, two
burglaries of vehicles.


two disturbances, one
burglar alarm, one illegal-
ly parked vehicle, two
animal complaints, three
public service calls. three
traffic stops, one -misde-
meanor battery and one
911 hang-up.

JACKSON COUNTY
SHERIFF'S OFFICE
The Jackson County
Sheriff's Office listed the


James A.M.E. Church, features free blood
pressure screenings, diabetes screenings
and HIV testing.
* Zumbathon, 9-11 a.m. at Evangel
Worship Center, 2645. Pebble Hill Rd.,
Marianna. Cost: $10 donation to American
Cancer Society - Making Strides Against
Breast Cancer. Call 625-6390.
* The Alford Community Health Clinic will
be open 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The clinic is free
for those without medical insurance and
meeting the 'federal income guidelines.
Appointments available by calling 850-263-
7106 or 850-326-5783; walk-ins welcome.
The clinic is at 1770 Carolina St., two.
blocks east of US Highway 231 in Alford.
* Chipola River Book & Tea, 4402
Lafayette St. in downtown Marianna hosts a-
book signing, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. with area'
financial consultant Robert Dokken. His
book is "Keep from Losing Your Stuff."
* Blue Springs 'Society C.A.R./Chipola
Chapter NSDAR/William Dunaway Chapter
SAR begin their Constitution Day celebra-
tion at Tony's Restaurant at 4133 Lafayette
St. in Marianna, with lunch at 11 a.m. Joint
meeting starts at 11:30 a.m. Major Lucius
"Cap" Pooser, United States Air Force
.(Retired) will speak on "Myths about the
U.S. Constitution." For.reservations, e-mail
snoopyxii60@hotmail.com or call 209-
4066.
* The annual Marianna High School
Cheerleading Kiddie Clinic is 2-6 p.m. in the
MHS gym. Girls ages 3 years to fifth grade
are welcome. Cost is $25. Call 482-9605,
ext. 306.
* AA has an open meeting Saturdays,
4:30 to 5:30 p.m., at the First United
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna. Meet in the AA room.

September 20 - Sunday
* The annual Neel. reunion, for descen-
dants of Daniel Boone "Dan" Neel, George
Washington Lafette Neel and J.M. "Jim"
Neel, will be at the Dellwood Community
Center Club House. Lunch is at 12:30 p.m.;
chicken, pork, plates, cups and utensils
provided; bring drinks, sides and desserts.
Guests are asked to bring historical infor-
mation and photographs to share. Call 593-
6086.

September 21.- Monday
* The Jackson County Development
Council Inc. Board of Directors meets at 5
p.m. in the upstairs conference room of the


following incidents for
Sept. 14, the latest avail-
able report: One burglary,
three criminal registra-
tions, one disabled vehi-
cle, three disturbances.
two road obstructions, one
juvenile complaint, four
public service calls, five
suspicious incidents, one
traffic accident. 10 traffic
stops, six transports. one
trespassing complaint.


Nearing Court Office Building, 2840
Jefferson St. in Marianna.
* The Chipola Historic Trust meets at the
Davis-West House in Marianna, for a light
supper at 6 p.m. and meeting at 6:30 p.m.
Membership dues are $25 annual.
* The monthly general membership meet-
ing of the Theophilus West M.D. Camp
1346, Sons of Confederate Veterans is at 7
p.m. in the Harmony Masonic Lodge, 3024
N. Jefferson St. in Marianna.
* AA has an operi meeting each Monday,
from 8 to 9 p.m.,- at the First United
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna. Meet in the AA room.

September 22 - Tuesday
* The St. Anne Thrift Shop, 4287 Second
Ave. in Marianna, is having its End of
Season Bag Sale (clothing only), $2 per
bag, 9 a.m.'to 1 p.m. Sept. 17, 22 and 24.
* Covenant Hospice hosts a new volun-
teer workshop, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the
Marianna branch office, 4440 Lafayette St.,
Suite C. No cost. Food and drinks will be
provided..To register, call 482-4820.
* Christine Gilbert teaches free quilting,
crocheting or knitting classes Tuesdays at 1
p.m., at the Jackson County Senior Citizens
center, 2931 Optimist Drive, Marianna. Call
482-5028.
* Malone School Parent Night is at 6 p.m.
Parents of students in grades 6-12 are
encouraged to meet in the auditorium at
5:30 p.m. for a presentation, "How to help
your child study for success," by Kala Dean
from PAEC. The remainder of Parent Night
will follow in the auditorium with the elec-
tion of School Advisory Council members.
Parents are encouraged to visit classrooms
following election.
* Life Management Center hosts a free
information session for those interested in
adoption or foster care, 6 p.m.'at 4403
Jackson St. in Marianna. Call 866-769-9481
(toll free), or e-mail cbascetta@lifemanage-
mentcenter.org.
* Alcoholics Anonymous has an open
meeting Tuesdays, 8 to 9 p.m., at the First
United. Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia
St., Marianna. Meet in the AA room.

'September 23 - Wednesday
* Alcoholics Anonymous has an open
meeting Wednesdays, 12-1 p.m., at the
First United Methodist Church, 2901
Caledonia St., Marianna. Meet in the AA
room.


three warrant arrests and
-two 911 hang-ups.

JACKSON COUNTY
CORRECTIONAL
FACILITY
The following people
were booked into the
county jail during the lat-
est-reporting periods:
- Gregory Branch, 40.
802 Nottingham Drive,
Springfield. failure to


appear (driving while
license suspended/
revoked).

JAIL POPULATION:
207

To report a crime, call
CrimeStoppers at 526-
5000.
To report a wildlife vio-
lation, call 1-888-404-
FWCC (3922).


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.Jackson County Floridan * Wednesday, September 16, 2009 - 3A


From left, Louise Holmes Woodlief, Pat Sexton Howard, Juanita Ldramore Prinz, Joyce Davidson Pooser, Gail
Goodwin Griggs, Sara Sawyer, Pat Malloy Crisp and Joan Strickland Day; and second row, Jack Finlayson, June
Peel Gray, Jack Brown, Bennie Woodlief, Gene Smith, Robert Standland, Peggy Ivey Cook, Charlene Edris
Wilson, Gene Peacock, Sanders Shoupe, Murlene Lupo Vice and James "Squeaky" Day. Attending, but not pic-
tured: Frank Rooks, Edna Elrod and Berniece.Grindle. - Contributed photo


MHS Class,. of 1953 reunites


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
The Marianna High
School Class of 1953 held
its 56th class reunion
recently, with 21 members
attending.
Friday evening, the


group met at the Gazebo in
downtown Marianna for
dinner and to reminisce and
reacquaint.
Special guests included
Mrs. Edna Elrod, and Mr.
and Mrs. Bob Grindle. Mrs.
Elrod and Mrs. Grindle


(Berniece Kirkland) were
teachers of the class mem-
bers in the late '40s and
early '50s.
Saturday morning, the
class reconvened at The
Russ House for brunch and
a historical narrative, given


by Pat Crisp, on the history
and life of the house. This
was followed Saturday
evening with dinner and
fun with old friends at
Jim's Buffet and Grill.
Forty members and guests
attended the events.


Club Day at Chipola Ribbon cut at Jaded Hair Salon
SuI - ^-r" m LH wi s


The Chipola College Student Government Association recently hosted Club Day to
introduce students to the organizations on campus. Here, SGA president Maggie
Mathis, left, and Show Choir member Madison Wester look over the Show Choir
display. - Contributed photo


Plans announced for 31st

Annual Sunland Fall Festival


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
The 31st Annual Sunland
Fall Festival will be 'held
Saturday, Oct. 31, at the
Sunland Environmental
Park in Marianna.
Activities will begin with
the parade at 9 a.m., and
the day will conclude
around 3 p.m.
According to a Sunland
press release, the Fall
Festival continues to be one
of Sunland's most reward-
ing and prosperous events.
Sunland's residents and
employees look forward to
the event each year, joining
together with family and
friends, former residents,
volunteers and the general
public for a day of fun,
shopping at the booths,
food and entertainment.


Jade Burdeshaw, owner of Jaded Hair Salon, cuts the ribbon at the grand opening
of her new business on Friday, Sept. 11. Art Kimbrough, President of the Jackson
County Chamber of Commerce, welcomed Jade as the newest member of the cham-
ber. An open house was held throughout the day with refreshments and a grand prize
drawing. Jaded Hair Salon is located at 2145 Airport Drive (just off of U.S. Highway
90) in Grand Ridge and they can be reached at 592-8200. - Contributed photo


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The 31st Annual Sunland Fall Festival will be held
Saturday, Oct. 31, at the Sunland Environmental Park
in Marianna. - Contributed photo


. For general information
concerning the Fall
Festival, or to reserve
booths for crafts or food
concessions, contact Dawn


Glover at 482-9373; Ruthie
Moore or Russell Register
for entertainment at 482-
9371; or Karen Henrickson
for parade at 482-9386:


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SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
Emerald Coast Hospice offers in-servic-
es at no cost, including:
* Behavioral supports for patients and
families facing Alzheimer's disease.
* Infection control.
* Pain and symptom management.

Alford clinic
open Saturday
SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
The Alford Community at
Health Clinic will be open
10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Saturday,
Sept. 19. Switch to
ACHC is a free clinic for of our
patients who do not have
medical insurance and who
meet the federal income
guidelines. The clinic is
staffed by physicians, nurs-
es and assistants providing
health care to those with
short-term illnesses, as well
as chronic conditions.
Appointments are avail-
able by calling 850-263-
7106 or 850-326-5783, and
walk-ins are always wel-
-come. ACHC is located at
1770 Carolina St., two
blocks east of US Highway
231 in Alford.

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* Advance directives/DNR.
* Fall prevention in the nursing home.
* Depression and the elderly.
* Exploring compassion fatigue: tools
for professional caregivers.
For more information about these and
other available in-services, call Emerald
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been changed to Tony's Restaurant, 4133 Lafayette
St. in Marianna. The Dutch treat event will begin at
11 a.m. Major Lucius B. "Cap" Pooser, U.S. Air
Force (Retired) will speak on "Myths About the
United States Constitution."
Blue Springs Society, C.A.R. Chaplain Marshall
Parrish will present the Rev. Norman Bray, rector of
the St. Luke's Episcopal Church, with a certificate
from the National Society Children of the American
Revolution designating the church an "Historic
American Church" for "having played a vital part in
the history of the United States of America and their
community as the location of the Battle of
Marianna."
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Wright at 482-7685 or Blue Springs Society, C.A.R.
Senior President Mary Robbins at snoopyxii60@hot-
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Cub Scouts in Pack 170
held their most recent den
meeting outside on the
playground area Of the First
Presbyterian Church.
Upon the completion of
their puppets at the previ-
ous meeting, Webelos con-
tinued working on the show
they will write and perform
by painting props and
background scenery to be
used in their-stage produc-
tion.
The boys divided into
groups to paint and con-
struct the different items
needed for their skit.
The Bear scouts began
working on Achievement 7
in their handbooks, "Law
Enforcement-is a Big Job."
They learned how. police
officers gather evidence by
taking shoe prints, as well
as fingerprints and even tire
tracks.
The scouts were given
the experience of making
plaster casts of their own
shoe prints, by mixing plas-
ter of paris and pouring it/
over their clear tracks in
soft soil.
A special treat for them
was receiving a visit from
two local law enforcement
officers, Deputy Wesley
Mitchell and Trainee
Gregory Glover, who
talked with the scouts
about their jobs, ways they
work to protect us, and
things we can do to take
care of ourselves. For more
information about scout-
ing, please call Mary Ann
Hutton at 209-2818, or e-
mail at cokehut@digital-
exp.com.

Bridge club

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SPECIAl TO THE FLORIDAN
The Marianna Duplicate
Bridge ClulMplays bridge on
Monday afternoons in the
St. Luke's Episcopal
Church Parish Hall. For the
week of Sept. 14, the win-
ners were as follows:
First place - Betty
Lunsford of Graceville, and
Armin Kunkler'of Bonifay.
Second place - Irene
Minchew and Lib McRae,
both of Marianna.
Third place - Katrina
LeBlanc of Blountstown,
and Betty Brendemuehl of
Marianna.
Fourth place - Douglas
Parker of Marianna. and
Kurt Opferman of
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Morgan Johnson gets assis-
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Sanchez, Kyle Morgan and Jahn Sanchez; back row,
Trainee Gregory Glover and Deputy Wesley Mitchell
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The Jackson County
Sheriff's Office is investi-
gating two residential bur-
glaries that occurred
Monday.
In the Poplar Springs
community, two black men
entered an elderly man's
residence and struck him on
the head, rendering him
unconscious.
According to police, the
men then removed two TV
sets from the home, valued
at $1,050. The victim con-
tacted the sheriff's office
after regaining conscious-
ness several hours later.
In Alford, burglars broke
into a home and took items
and cash worth a total-of
$10,000. The owner had
placed the items .in the
home prior to retiring for
the night Sunday, and found
them missing upon awaken-
ing Monday.
Preliminary investigation
indicates the burglars may
have gotten in through a
window, according to the
sheriff's office.
Canine teams from the
Apalachee and Jackson cor-
rectional institutions were
called in, but were not suc-
cessful in locating the sus-
pects.
The sheriff's office said is
does not appear the two
crimes are related, but
added "strong leads have
been developed in both
crimes and the investigation
will continue."
Anyone who may have
information is asked to con-
tact the sheriff's office at
482-9624.


The Cottondale Police Department
is now searching for a suspect wanted
in the robbery and beating of an eld-
erly man.
According to a news release from
the department, the victim, whose age
was given only as 65 or older, was
approached as he got out of his vehi-


c e a ,3s res .ence some L1me111
between 1 and 3 a.m. Tuesday.
An altercation ensued and the vic-
tim was severely beaten, according to
police. The assailant took the victim's
billfold and left.
The victim attempted to go inside
his home to call for help, but couldn't
locate his keys. Police state he then
blew his car horn until a neighbor


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the steering wheel.
The victim was evacuated to
Southeast Medical Center and, as of
press time, was listed in critical con-
dition.
Anyone who has information that
can assist the police is asked to call
the Cottondale Police Department at
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child to attend. The federal program allows stu-
Sdents to transfer if their home school does not
make Adequate Yearly Progress. Progress is
measured by the percentage of students who
score three and above on the FCAT test. School
officials say the AYP program accounts for
many of the transfers. McDaniel said about 50
students have transferred to her school, in rela-
. tion to AYP failures at other schools. The other
half of her extra student load is attributable to
natural population increases, she said.
The acceptable rate to meet AYP has risen


The SGA is under the direction
of faculty member Debbie Dryden,
and has five executive officers:
.President Elizabeth "Lizzie"
Mathis, Vice President Preston
Skipper,. Secretary Chelsea
Blanton, Treasurer Jordan Exum
and reporter Ashton Williams.
Each of these individuals bring
three years experience to the asso-
ciation. Mathis won the office of
president in ninth grade, winning
over two opponents. She ran unop-
Sposed for the office of president in
her sophomore year.
SMathis took on a different role in
her junior year, that of reporter. In
her first year Mathis said she ran
on the platform that she felt she
could get the job done.
"I really thought I was the best
person for the job because I thought
it was important to raise student
activities to the next level," she
said. "I believe my the job I did in
ninth grade allowed me to run
unopposed the next year."
Mathis says in her role as
reporter last year, it gave her a new
perspective on the other offices of
SGA,
"Reporters have different respon-
sibilities than that of president and
* it gave me a different insight into
other aspects of SGA," she said.
Preston Skiliper has been vice
president of his class since the
ninth grade, holding that office for
three years. This year, he is taking
it on at the executive level. Chelsea
Blanton brings two years of experi-
ence as secretary for her class, in


when their car alarm sounded. When he looked
outside, the.caller said, he saw a black male get-
ting out of the car with his wife's purse.
Police responded, and a short foot chase
ensued. The suspect eluded capture in the area
of America's Best Inn, police said. A wallet
containing credit cards and a checkbook were


from below 50 percent in the earliest years, to
72 for reading and 74 in math for this year. The
ultimate goal is 100 percent in 2014.
McDaniel said the failure to meet AYP can
sometimes cast an unfair light on schools.
"This is often a perception problem,"'
McDaniel said. "It makes it sound like the,
school is doing a poor job, when often it's an
"A" school that misses it by just a few points.
And what people don't sometimes realize is
that they look at your entire population, includ-
ing those challenged'students -who may not be


both her sophomore and junior
years. She was class representative
her freshman year. Blanton feels
like her previous three years expe-
rience will aide her in her duties as
an executive this year,
" SGA "has been an awesome
experience for me," Blanton said.
"It has taught me leadership skills
and the importance of getting along
well with all walks of life, of valu-
ing others' opinions before rushing
to judgment."
Jordan Exum has also served
every year in high school on the
association, serving as a represen-
tative her freshman and sophomore
years before moving to the treasur-
er's position her junior yeas.
Ashton Williams served as a
reporter for three years before.
being selected as executive reporter
her senior year.
Candidates running for office
must meet certain criteria, just as
candidates running for public
office. Much like the candidates
the public selects, it is expected
they display a positive attitude,
avoid any wrongdoings, be respect-
ful and a good role model for the
student body as a whole.
The duties of SGA include
preparations for homecoming,
assisting the city of Marianna with '
the Christmas parade and other
activities as requested, involvement
in Relay for Life. prom prepara-
tion, junior revue and any other
school sponsored activity where
they are needed.
The freshman class has four can-


didates to choose from for presi-
dent. Will Glover, Jamie McCoy,
Brianna Moss and Daquan Walker
are all eager to serve their class as
president. Speaking to their class-
mates Tuesday, the ninth grade can-
didates made an array of different
campaign promises.
Running unopposed for vice
president is Chesten Goodman.
Amy Alexandra Christmas is run-
ning unopposed for secretary.
Charlie Reiff will be the new fresh-
man treasurer; Mallory Dean be the
ninth grade reporter, both of whom
are running unopposed.
The sophomores have a choice in
every .category, with Shayne
Blanton and Ashlee Laramore both
seeking the office of reporter.
Ashton Stephens and Alexandria
Watson both want to be the sopho-
more treasurer. Vying for secretary
are Kati Lane and Brandi Wright,
while Shelby Allen and Kayley
Bryan both want to be vice presi-
dent. Seeking the office of presi-
dent are Trevor Mayo and Courtney
McKeen.
Some vowed to be a voice in
decision-making for upcoming
functions and events. In soliciting
their fellow students' votes, others
said they look forward to assisting
other secretaries, participating in
SGA-sponsored activities and
working closely with other officers
and classmates for the betterment
of their grade. their education and
their high school experiences. A
positive outlook was on the mind of
still others, who said their class was


among the items inside the stolen purse.
Around 9:30 p.m. Monday night, officers
were called to a vehicle burglary on North
Street, in an area about a block from the
Magnolia Street incident.
The victim in the North Street case reported
that someone entered the vehicle and took a


Continued From Page 1A


able to meet that benchmark through no fault of
their own, or the school's.
"The truth is, I wonder if anyone is going to
meet AYP eventually. When it gets to 100 per-
cent, will any of us (meet it)? I don't know what
will happen."-
Some school board members say the migra-
tion problem must be addressed. But given the
choice laws, it is unclear how they will be. able
solve the problem. They've asked administra-
tors to take a serious look and come up with
ideas to consider.


Continued From Page 1A


talented musically, artistically, aca-
demically and athletically, and
hoped to be able to show everyone
how amazing they are.
The junior class will cast votes in
four of their five offices, with Jaren
Bannerman running unopposed for
treasurer. In the junior class, prom-
ises were made to efficiently man-
age money and make sure all of the
school functions are properly fund-
ed, especially food - because it's a
given everyone likes to eat.
Madison Dean and Krista Tuta
are both looking to win the office of
reporter, while Tiffany Jackson and
Courtney Larkin are eagerly cam-
paigning for secretary. There are
four vice president candidates to
choose from: Kelsi Baxley, Alex
Bigale, Lizzie Glover and Lauren
Smith. The office of president is
being sought after by Whitney
Basford and Murphy Sims.
Senior candidates were full of
promises to always promote good
teamwork, help and work with fel-
low students, and work well with
the administration.
The seniors will have Travis
Bontrager as treasurer, Lauren
Pettis as secretary and Samantha
Barnes as president, as all are run-
ning unopposed. Elligrace Clark
and Maggie Rooks are competing
for the reporter spot, while Robert
Carpenter and Kevin Miller both
want to be the senior vice presi-
dent.
Ballots will be passed out on
Wednesday, with the faculty tally-
ing the votes that afternoon.


Continued From Page 1A


black nylon CD case containing roughly 50
CDs. together valued at approximately $500.
The glove box and center console had also been
searched through, police said.
Anyone with information in either case is
asked to call Marianna police at 526-3125 or
CrimeStoppers at 526-5000.


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dren; nine great-
grandchildren; and a num-
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attorney and city
manager/administrative
reports.
The salary of Marianna
Police Chief Hayes Baggett
is on the agenda. The other
line item is "Main Street
Director/Special Projects
Coordinator." The notice
did not include any of the
specifics to be discussed on
that matter.
Last week, Main Street
Director Charlotte Brunner
was moved from one
department to another, and
Commission Chairman Paul
Donofro Jr. also said he
thought she needed a raise
and/or be classified as a
person eligible for over-
time.
The commission took no
immediate action on those
proposals, however.
City' attorney Frank
Bondurant was expected to
provide commissioners
with information to help
them with a decision on her
overtime status.
City Manager Jim Dean
said he anticipated that the
discussion about Brunner
would revolve around her
exempt/non-exempt status,
but acknowledged that talks
could include other matters
related to her employment
as well.
As for the budget hearing,
commissioners earlier this
month set a tentative ad val-
orem tax rate of 2.9520
mills, or roughly $2.95 per
$1,000 of taxable value.
That's about the same as
last year, with less than a
penny's difference between
the proposed rate and what
the city could assess using
the rolled back rate.
The same rate last year
generated about $691,782
for the city.
The city's proposed gen-
eral fund and enterprise
funds together represent
combined resources of
$30.58 million going into
the new budget year.


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the Praise Life Ministry
church and had retired as
manager of the North Forty
Sod Field. He was an Army
veteran of the Korean War,
and referred to himself
with humor as a "world
champion fisherman." He
loved his family and en-
joyed fishing with them.
Visitation with the family
was Tuesday, Sept. 15, 2009
at the Lanier-Andler Funer-
al Home in Sneads.
The funeral service will
be at 10 a.m. CDT Wednes-
day, Sept. 16, at the Lanier-
Andler Funeral Home
Chapel. Officiating will be
the Rev. Jim Gosnell. A
graveside committal serv-
ice will follow at Shady
Grove Cemetery in Jackson
County, with American Le-
gion Post 241 of Sneads
providing military honors.
Mr. Jeter is survived by
his loving wife, Agnes
Hamilton Jeter of Sneads;
his daughter, Nancy Phil-
lips of Jacksonville, and
stepdaughter, Peggie Banks
and her husband Hinton,
of Sneads; his son, Gary
Jeter, and two stepsons,
Rocky Peacock and his wife
Martha, of Grand Ridge,
and Tony Peacock and his
wife Sandy, of Sneads; two
sisters, Nadine Ham of
Grand Ridge, and Mavis
Sowell and her husband
Noel, of Panama City; one
brother, Billy and wife Vio-
la Jeter, of Grand Ridge; a
close sister-in-law, Doris





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SPORTS


WEDNESDAY



Pirates look to build on win


BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR
The Sneads Pirates got their district sea-
son off to a great start last weekend, top-
ping Baker 15-8 to notch their first win of
the season.
On Friday, the Pirates will look to make
it two league wins in a row when they play
host to the Holmes County Blue Devils at
7 p.m.
The Blue Devils come into the game 0-
1, after losing 28-7 to Jay. But Sneads
coach Don Dowling said he expects a stiff
test.
"They're big, they're athletic and phys-
ical," the Pirates coach said of the Blue
Devils. "They've got 4 pretty good quar-
terback who can run around and make
plays with his feet, they've got a couple of
good wideouts, and they're real big across
the front."
It's the first time Sneads and Holmes
County have played each other since 2004,
when the Pirates took a 25-12 win in
Bonifay.
If the Pirates are to take another win on
Friday, Dowling said they'll have to be as
careful with the football as they were in
the win against Baker.
"We had no turnovers (against Baker),
but we're still working on ball security.
We're still stressing that," the coach said.
"Mainly, we just want everybody to play
hard for the whole four quarters."
Dowling said he's also spending a large
portion of this week's practices focusing
on special teams.
Miscues in the punting game gave
Baker prime field position in Sneads' terri-
tory multiple times, with only a stout
Pirates' defense preserving the win.
"We've got to fix our special teams
because we've had some sloppy play on
that," Dowling said. "We had a couple of
short punts, some breakdowns in protec-
tion, our punter got rushed and shanked
one off his foot. The field goal team had
some problems, too, with one extra point
blocked."


Sneads' Mark Lawson, left, and Jeff Davis (5) team up to make a stop on a Baker player during the Pirates' 15-8 win Sept. 11
in Sneads. The Pirates are home again Friday night to take on the Bonifay Blue Devils at 7 p.m. - Contributed Photo


The bright spot for the Sneads special
teams was placekicker Josh Rogers, who
nailed a 37-yard field goal.
Dowling said he trusted his junior kick-
er from anywhere 40 yards and in.
The offense did its part as well, piling
up more than 300 yards of offense, with
running .backs Mark Lawson and Jeff
Davis each going more than 100 yards on
the ground.


The Pirates changed their offensive
approach to a more traditional I-formation
zone-blocking scheme, which Dowling
said made it easier for his mostly new
offensive line to be effective.'
"It takes away some of the thinking, so
you're just reacting," the coach said.
"You've got a guy in your gap and you just
have to hunker down and get after him.
"The blocking of the line was a lot bet-


ter, and that had a lot to do with (the rush-
ing numbers). Even the best running
*backs have to have some blocking."
However, Dowling said he didn't expect
things to be so easy for his offense Friday
night against a Holmes County team that.
will be prepared for the Pirates' new
attack.
See PIRATES, Page 2B >


Marianna tops Blountstown in five
BY SHELIA MADER
FLORIDAN CORRESPONDENT [__


Not since the inception of the World Cup
Volleyball championship in 1965 could you have
had more intense competition than was wit-
nessed by a large crowd at Marianna High
School on Monday evening.
The Lady Bulldogs hosted the Blountstown
Lady Tigers and took a five-game victory.
Marianna won game one 26-24 in an overtime
thriller before falling 25-15 in games two and
three.
Games four and five went to Marianna 25-12
and 15-10.
From the start of game one, the crowd was into
the game and the pressure was on both teams.
Blountsto'wn and Marianna traded leads
throughout until Blountstown grabbed a 24-17
advantage.
With Eron Milton at the serve line, the Lady
Bulldogs put together nine straight serves to take
the overtime win 26-24.
Sharhae Williams had a point-saving spike
along with digs by Tiffany Lawrence and Ciara
Ham to keep the serve alive.
In game two, Marianna took the court looking
flat and remained so throughout, with only one
lead in the game.
Game two was all Lady Tigers both offensive-
ly and defensively.
Game three was a nailbiter through the first
See MARIANNA, Page 2B >


Marianna's Sharhae Williams hits a ball over the
net during a five-game win over Blountstown
Monday night in Marianna. - Mark
Skinner/Floridan


Chipola's Headrick excited about new crop of incoming Indians


By DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SORTS EDITOR
First-year Chipola men's bas-
ketball coach Jake Headrick has
finished his initial recruiting
class. The coach said he's ecstat-
ic about the collection of talent
the Indians' staff has brought on
for next season.
Chipola has signed six fresh-
man and four transfers, although
Headrick said the team still had
one scholarship available it could
use at a later date. Headrick
hoped that scholarship would go
to 6-foot, 10-inch standout Keith
DeWitt, who instead chose to
enroll at Missouri.
"We had some kids we
could've brought in (after DeWitt
decided not to sign), but the
chemistry has been so good for
our team," the coach said. "We
want to bring in the right piece
and the right fit for the team."
Headrick said the players he
has brought in match the style he
wants the Indians to play under
his watch: fast and faster.
"Speed is definitely our
strength. We want to use it and
take advantage of it," the coach
said. "Our goal is to play pressure
defense, to be able to guard the
full length of the floor and make
people guard us. We want to
make stops, and then get out and
run for 40 minutes."


The Indians will certainly have
the guards to play that style, with
highly-regarded sophomore
Lashay Page to be joined by a
quick 'and talented group of
incoming freshmen.
John Taylor of Chicago, Dexter
Ellington of Culthbert, Ga., and
Sam Grooms of Greensboro,
N.C., each bring quickness to the
point guard position and will help
key the Indians' fast-paced
attack. Chipola also brings in a
group of big, versatile guards
and wing players, such as 6-foot,
4-inch, 215-pound Marvin
Fitzgerald; 6-foot, 6-inch, 240-
pound Aaron Davis; 6-foot. 7-
inch Kevin Powell; and 6-foot, 6-
inch, 220-pound LSU transfer
Delwan Graham.
"Those guys can play numer-
ous positions, they can all make
shots and all make plays off the
bounce." Headrick said. "To me.
that's tough to guard when you
have guys who can guard multi-
ple positions, but also put the ball
on the floor and make a play.
"We wanted guys who were
versatile, can do a lot of different
things, and are all capable of
making shots."
For the post. Headrick signed
6-foot. 9-inch Steadman Short.
who transferred in from High
Point. where he averaged seven
points and seven rebounds as a
freshman.


Chipola also brought in 6-foot,
7-inch Chaz Thomas out of
Pfeiffer, N.C., and the big prize
of 6-foot, 9-inch, 240-pound
Chadrack Lufile, who Headrick
said was regarded as the top
recruit in Canada.
"He's a kid who has only
played basketball for two years,
but he's a kid who everybody
knows what he's capable of," the
coach said. "He's a kid we're
expecting big things from. He's
got a chance to have a special
career."
Short will also be counted on
to give the Indians post produc-
tion, after the departures of Torye
Pelham, Gary Flowers, Jeremy
Jacob and Jon Kreft from last
year's team.
"With the experience, the
knowledge and the work ethic he
brings. he's a guy that knows
what it takes." Headrick said of
Short. "He has stood out because
of his experience and his talent.
He's a kid that will have a lot of
opportunities when he leaves
here."
The Indians also bring in two
walk-ons. in guards Rod Lanon
and Danny Cummins.
With the team in place, now
comes the hard work of preparing
them to carry the mantle of one of
the nation's top programs.
"Now it's about getting them
ready for the Panhandle


Chipola basketball players scrimmage during a practice Tuesday
at the Milton H. Johnson Health Center. - Mark Skinner/Floridan


Conference. getting them ready
to be a part of this program at
Chipola that's built on winning."
Headrick said. "It's getting these
guys to realize the importance of
being able to bring it every day.


"I couldn't be any happier with
the guys we have and how hard
they've worked. At the end of the
day. it's like I tell our guys, those
eight or nine guys that stick out,
they're going to play the most."


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Spear-It Day


Members of both the Sneads High School and Cottondale
High School cheerleading squads attended Florida State
University's annual Spear-It Day on Saturday. The teams par-
ticipated in a cheer clinic hosted by the FSU cheerleaders and
then attended the FSU vs JSU football game. Those in atten-
dance are pictured above, along with FSU cheerleader, Holly
Holland. - Contribted Photo


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CHIPOLA GOLF
CLASSIC
The Chipola College
Athletics Department is
hosting the First Annual
golf classic at Indian
Springs Golf Course on
Friday. Chipola has won
numerous conference,
state, and national cham-
pionships and will be
using this event as a
major fundraiser for the
program. The format is
three-man scramble with
morning and afternoon
starts are available to
help with scheduling.
Entry is $75 per player
which covers greens
fees, cart, lunch, and the
chance to win door
prizes. The Birdie pack-
age-$ 100-includes
entry in the big contests,
which offer cash prizes,
and two mulligans.
-Three sponsorship
options are available:
Gold ($350): three birdie
packages, a club house
sign, and additional
advertisement; Silver
($125): one birdie pack-
age and one hole sign,
and Bronze ($50): one
hole sign. Merchandise
is also needed for awards
and prizes. For more
info, call David Lane at
.(850) 718-2234 or e-mail
laned@chipola.edu.

CHIPOLA FALL
BASEBALL CLASSIC
Chipola will host the
2009 Fall. Baseball
Classic Friday through
Sunday.
Eleven teams will par-
-ticipate, including
Chipola, Tallahassee,
Wallace-Dothan, Gulf
Coast, Pensacola,
Central Alabama, Middle
Georgia, Northwest
Florida State, Darton,
Shelton State and
Alabama Southern.
The Classic opens
Friday with Chipola and
Wallace-Dothan at 5
p.m. Action continues
Sept. 18, with the follow-
ing games: 10 a.m.,
Chipola vs. Pensacola;
12:30 p.m., Pensacola vs.
Northwest Florida State;
3 p.m., Middle Georgia
vs. Northwest Florida
State; and 5:30 p.m.,
Chipola vs. Middle
Georgia.
The Saturday games
are: 1 p.m., Tallahassee
vs. Central Alabama (at
Marianna HS); 3:30
p.m., Central Alabama
vs. Shelton State, and 6
p.m.,. Shelton State vs.
Tallahassee.
The 'Sunday games
are: 10 a.m., Gulf Coast
vs. Wallace-Dothan; 10
a.m., Darton vs. Lurleen
B. Wallace (at Marianna
HS); 1 p.m., Gulf Coast
vs. Lurleen B. Wallace; 1
p.m., Alabama Southern
vs. Wallace-Dothan (at
Marianna HS); and 3:30
p.m. Darton vs. Alabama
Southern. For informa-
tion on the event, visit
www.chipola.edu.

Golf Tournament
The Chipley Lions
Club will hold a golf
tournament Saturday at
Dogwood Lakes Golf
Club in , Bonifay.
Registration and refresh-
ments will be at 8 a.m.,
with a 9 a.m. shotgun
start There will be prizes
for best ball and four-
person team. Cost is $50
per person, including
cart and lunch. Awards
and door prizes to be pre-
sented after lunch at
clubhouse. As many as
two mulligans may be
purchased at $5 each.
Hole sponsorships are
needed.
For more info, contact
any Lions Club member,
or call James or Diana
Barnes at 258-2166 or
373-2775, or Marty
Hinson at 326-1367.

Cheerleader Clinic
The annual Marianna
High cheerleading


Kiddie. Clinic will be
held Saturday from 2-6
p.m. in the MHS gyms.
All girls ages 3
through the fifth grade
are welcome. Cost is
$25. For more info, call
Christi Shelfer @ 482-
9605 ext. 306.

Sports Items
Send all sports items to
editorial @jcfloridan. co
m or fax them to 482-
4478. The mailing
address for the paper is
Jackson County Floridan
PRO. Box 520 Marianna,
Fla. 32447.


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Continued'From Page 1B


"We're going to have to mix
it up a little bit because this
week I expect they will have
eight or nine (defenders) in
the box. We'll have to throw it
some, so we're working on
that."
Sneads only threw the ball
once against Baker.
Perhaps the biggest source
of confidence for Dowling
and the Pirates right now is
the play of the defense. It
secured the Baker win with a
pair of key fourth-down
stands in the second half.
"I'm real pleased with the
defense. They're still ahead of
the offense," the coach said.
"They swarm to the football,
and we've got kids stretching
out and making plays they
normally wouldn't make.


When you've got 11 folks on
the same page, you've got a
chance to get better."
The Pirates can't get too
satisfied, however, with six
more district games in a row
to follow after Friday's game.
Sneads didn't win two games
in a row all of last season.
"That's the big thing, every
week we have to try to get-bet-
ter," Dowling said. "We chal-
lenged them to improve their
game every week.
"We've got to keep working
at it because if you're not
working to get better, you're
getting worse. I think (the
players have) responded to it.
All our games are big from
here on out, and the competi-
tion level will just keep going
up."


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SHS sweeps

Cottondale
BY SHELIA MADE
FLORIDAN CORRESPONDENT

The Sneads Lady Pirates
improved to 8-1 on the reg-
ular season and 10-1 overall
after a three game sweep of
county and district rival the
Cottondale Lady Hornets
on their home court
Monday evening.
The Lady Hornets won
game one 25-13, game two
25-11 and 25-16 in game
three.
The Lady Pirates were
led in kills by Meaghan
Smith with 12 on the night,
followed by Ashley Smith
and Kara Alford with five
kills each.
Alford also led in serves
with six unanswered serves
while Ashley Smith added
five ace serves. Ashley
Smith also led in digs with
five, followed by Bridgett
Dawson with four digs.
Tiffany Guerra, had 24
assists on the night.
Sneads will look to
extend their win streak on
Tuesday evening as they
were scheduled to travel to
Bonifay to take on Holmes
County Tuesday night.


Marianna
Continued From Page 1B


half, with seven ties and eight lead
changes until the Lady Tigers started to
pull away. With the game knotted at 13-
13, Blountstown put up six unanswered
points. Marianna countered with one
point before the Lady Tigers posted
three more and picked up the win.
In a must-win situation in game four
for MHS, Tiffany Lawrence went to the
serve line to get things rolling and post-
ed 10 straight points before an error led
to the first points for BHS.
Trailing 11-3, Marianna added four
points with Ciara Ham at the line,
including one ace serve to take a 15-3
lead.
Next up was Michelle Bassin and
Cayce Griffin combining for four serv-
ice points.
Meghan Hinson made it a 20-12
game before Lawrence put Marianna in
the driver's seat at 24-13.
An error gave the Lady Tigers new


life, but a faulty service allowed Ham to
pick up the last point to secure the vic-
tory at 25-13. With momentum on their
side, the Lady Bulldogs took the court
with an extra bounce in their moves.
Lawrence started at the serve line
with an ace serve. An error gave the
Lady Tigers the ball with the game tied
at 1-1.
With an eight-possession volley,
Marianna outlasted the Lady Tigers to
take a 2-1 lead and send Ham to the
line.
Four serves later, the Lady Bulldogs
led 6-1 but once again an error gave
SBlountstown possession. Griffin made
it a 10-8 game before Lawrence added
three more and it was 13-9. Ham closed
out the game to give the Lady Bulldogs
the 15-10 win and the match victory.
Marianna had little time to relish their
victory as they Were scheduled to host
Liberty County Tuesday evening.


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galcyl. 61,000, Loaded, an & shok kept. e, 2500 miles. $8,500. new tires, NOW new. $15,500 Firm,
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cury 225 Pro XS. Yel- Camper Pop U A/C leak damage. $6000. Great con. $9.000. Nissan 06 Sentra SE 2, security, gps, oil show, fun or work.
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exc. condo , $29,500. $3,500.334-347-4334 Low Mleage 200 $10,500. 334-803-5008 cap, 4cyl, 5sp, 4x4.
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craft, 50 HP Mercury, loaded $6000 772 Kawasa '95 900ZX chelin tires $4,995 cylinder, AT, 4 door Excel., 6700 miles, Ddge rand 15,400.334899-2120
trailer, trolling mo- 631-5065 Jet Ski w/trailer Exc. 688-2163, 370-6635 Nissan '07 Altima Extra's! $14,300. Caravon ES, red, Van.4--
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radar, color gps, auto water w/trailer $20,00 oi:., -3;2. steering, CD, A/C, A/C, AM/FM, stereo,
machin, center con- $4,700. OBO 334-750 002 ,.r -3.143 0302 . AM/FM, runs well, runs well leather int. LF14699
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OBO. 256-201-1657 b$800. 3-79 07 Great 1st car' $.750. Nissan 08 Versa, mufflers. $15,995. 24,800 miles. Like vp lean, ballgame OTHER BUSINESS:
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Cruiser 23 ft ,1 own- CHEVROLET '03 Black Int, Auto. power. Rear DVD. 793-3494 / 333-1291
er, excel. cond. pd Monte Carlo SS, 10,200, CD, Keyless Sell less than NADA ECU 01 Villa The Jackson County
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Bass Tracker '09 Pro outs, Loaded, Like exc. cond.. hankered MUST SEE! 334-648- custom, 108 miles,. Eddie Bauer, Black, Sufficiency Response
16, 30hp mercury mo- neW. $21,500.. throughout;ts life. 5817 warranty, Like new. 75K, Loaded, Leather, to the Jackson Coun-
tor,4 stroke console 34-406-4555 Can be seen at the $9,800;334-702-4778 DVD,CLEAN!10,500 Wanted :1997-1998 t Board of County
steering, 461b thrust Elba Airport. Asking Plymouth '94, auto, OBO. 334-616-8015. Dodge Ram P/U 4X4 Commissioners.
trolling motor, tilt & FLEETWOOD '04 516,000 334-897-2207 PS. PB. A'C. 51.250. or Chevrolet 4X4 will
trim, sing decks, Triumph, 5th Wheel, ight Club Share83 4-2279 pay cash 850-849- 2.Recommend to the
trim, fishing decks, Triumph, 5th Wheel, Fight Club Share '83 334-74-2279 Cunt
fisher ID $8750 OBO 2 Slides Great cond. Cessna 172 & 182 Chevrolet 08 Malibu _ 4 7002 Nancy. Board of County
850-352-4274 $20K, 334-696 4538 'hanaard in2Mar exc LT, Maroon with gray Jaguar '00 S-3.0 Bk. PONTIAC '01 Grand Commissioners re-
85/0$0334-790-295. r GPSuper TrkH'ty moval of land use
Co ctcraft. '990-2950 con. 2000850569 interior, 4 cylinder, 95k $6,495 W.M. Car e. . un- ucks-Heavy ulatin language
Pro-air nautique, . 2969 XM radio, CD, onstar, Sales LLC, 1919 W.M. oof like new. 111K in the Jackson Coun-
$24,000.334-794-9766 - FREE FLY LESSONS sunrgof, 11,000 miles. St. 334-699-5880 53000. 334-6188255 Ha Davidson'08 Comrehensive
Fisher '07 1710 60hrs. w/ purchase of 1977 $17,000. 334-797-0987 www.westmaincar Anniversary Fat Boy, Ford 05 Sport Trac Plan and relocating
Mer cu4 str, lly AlA Grumnan A/C1 o sales.comPontiac 98 Grand Am cppeb k 6sp., XLT Adrenalin Pack- a tachmnageto the
loaded, garageykept, excellent low times Chevy94' Z-71 off-rd. 5$ 375 down. 0% Inter- 1300 mi. Loaded. "atahment to the
Less than hrs. Warr. $23,900. 334-449-1864 exc-cab 350 loaded, - et Daylight Auto F Like new.$1600 age. Loaded! 68K Jackson County In-
until 2013. $9,$875 F 0533 M-4 6 camper shell custom ancing 1-800 470- 334-726-6799. Great cond. $14,000. teri Land Develop-
untOBO. 334; 1 '05 Heritage n wheels. Needs a little 0650 9am/9pm 2 334 93ment Regulations,
OB. 4-1543 4 w/2 slide-outs, Automobiles Misc. work.$1000. 693-5374 Harley Davidson '08 334-793-9265 Ford F-800 dump Jackson County Cod
Moomba 98' Ski Boat awnings 2BR, garden Saturn 96' SL1 runs, Electra Glide Classic, Fod '98 Explorer, truck, low miles, au- of Ordinances, Sec-
wake tower & speak- tub with shower, Corvette 02' Conver- CHEVY '95 Camaro needs work $800. 4000 miles, 1 year $575 down% Inter- to, diesel, $11,500.0 tion 74, Article IV.
ers$9,000.334-14- W&D, CHA.Lotsof tibk, Auto, 140k OBO Keith 334-797- warranty left. , es Daylight Auto Fi- 334-894-2315 or 464-
$9,6 . 3 4 W , CHextr's. $ . tible auto, 405 HP 1w/ milBose 4500. OBO 2 i',500. 02259 after 6pm 18000. 334-618-4430 nancing. 1-800-470- 3189 The public hearing
9658. extra's. $20K. 334- CD changer w/ Bose " 334-796-3199. JEEP '89 Wrangler, will be hed an the
Playboy '9418 foot- 347-4626/333-0309. sound sytsem. 58K $2300 for pics email Toyota 04 Sequha, HarleyDavidson '08 6509am/9m Cheolet '97 Z71 Ex- ContyCo
pontoon boat, runs mi. Black w/black
pontromsboat, w/Trailer SSBlac w S mk ^Chrysler '9l3 Sebrig, $2300. for pics e-mail Toyota'043Sequoha, barley Davidson '08 5tse2 a7
great 3750a n leather. $25,500. 334- sunroof lthr 2DR at:KRNDAH@aol.com loaded. Great Condi- Low Rider, less than GMC '91 Jimmy 4x4, tended cab, 4x4, 5.7 mission Board Room
334-596-5032 na299-3739 coupe, AC all power 205-449-1970 tion. $18,000 OBO. 3K mi. black, warran- 6.2 Diesel 4 in ift. liter, new transmis- of the Administration
reat299- coeond., 648.5817 334-796-7092 ty, perfect cond. aluminum wheels sion. $5,000 firm. Building located at
. RANGER'07 VS188 Toyota '07Corolla LE 850-526-2790 Swapers PS, PB, arn
W/175HP Yamaha Chrystler '05 Cross 850-526-279 . Mwampers PS, PB,
Humminbird Elec- fire Convertable 12k add, Great Gas vidson 4800 obo. 850-762- P/UP, V-8, 350 motor the 21st of Sep-
tronics, w/Trailer miles, auto, white, Mileage $500 down, Harley Dav ' AC, Auto, AM/FM CD CHEVY '64 Full Size M a Fo
$20,000 334-370-3328 KESTONE'07 Cop mint cond. black top, $250 per month Ultra "Classic Elec- 3 sp. New$tires, ax- mber072009Pat3700
$20,000 334-370-3328 KEYSTONE 07 Cop- $, 9o00n850-294416 79 4 Ca 3 Steve Hatcvher tsary $l7 303y4n- haust & clutch $3,500 P.m.-
per Canyon 5th $15,900850-209-4416 794-8243 versary $7,500 334- MSTA 334-687-6500,
wheel, 2 slIdes, sur- FORD '05 500 SLE, Volkswagon '69 Duel 695-8454 Anyone desiring in-
round sound, Ig. liv- - Red, great cond. 41K Kia '06 Spectra EX, 4 Port 1600, eng. over Harley-Davidson'96 Chevy '71 El Camino, formation may con-
ing area $27,500, 334- miles, 6-CD sounddorc r aul Dec. '08. New tie Fatboy, re itee n
618-6572. 500 OBO loaded, 42,000 miles, rod, ball joints, stear- 1 ,50at 850- 594-3282 Development Depart-
34935 6- -' 006ing dampner, no ma- hape, $9,500. ment between 7:30
- -FORD '06 F- Super- S �- " ~ like new, 1 owner. jor rust $2300. 334-899-1212 Chevy '90 454 SS,79K a.m. and 4:30 p.m.
Seacraft, '89 20ft cab 5.4 V loaded, Corvette '07 uto, $6,995.334-790-7959. 334-718-1188 Harley Davisdon 89 eep '02 Wrangler X miles, new paint and Monday through Fi-
Center Console, boat, 20k miles, $7000 LTo- O. c Low Rider chromed SUV. 5-spd. 6-cyl. 4 much more, MUST day at 4487 Lafayette
etr Con eboat,. 50 3LT, Loaded, ch rome Volvo 6 S40. Dlack. out, sounds great WD. 44K, Great cond. SEE! $9000. 334-648- Street, Marianna,
225HP Johnson Mtr, warran t or sh orsunrnool, leather. 6 $6800. 334-494-3627 $11,500, 1014 Florida or contact by
S nso Mtr warranty ip showroom cond. CD, good conron. 719-930-4976. phone at (850) 482-
brakes,wh., runs HONDA '08 Fit Sport, warranty. 57K miles. $14.300. Jeep '06 Wrangler X Dodgem uadca. 9637.
well, very clean, Keystone'07 Cougar Silver, 5-spd. 4-cyl.2 $37,775.334-678-2131 33 4 15-I 01 hard top, 6Sp.6-Cyl. 5. 4 l9
Great cond. $6,850. Camper w/bunks WD. 13500K Loaded, 4-WD. A/C, cruise In accordance with
_ _. __very clean, Like new. VOLVO"06 XC90, control 36DK mi. Iodge '98 Ram 1500 the Americans with
334-696-5505 306BHS, $22,500, $14,750. 333-7555. Lexus '00 ES300 98K Ocean Race Edition. $15500. Ex. Cond. cab$575 dwn, A
Sea King older mod- Sleeps 9 Loaded! Mitsubishi '06 Raider $6,995 W.M. Car #556 out of 800 man- 334-693-3424 334-701- ntrest Daylight Aue
elHP wohnson outboard Duro Cross, Crew Sales LLC 1919 M fractured. 20K miles 5153. to Financing. 1-800- needing a spe-
motor. $1400 OBO Cab V8, Loaded, 32K St 334-699-5880 will sell for $31,700. Harley Street Glide 1 470-0650i9am/9pm � 0calp a moda n
334-671-5530 ' $14,500. 334-791-0646 Corvette '81 www.westmaincar 334-671-4124 '06 Excellent condi- -a meeting should con-
Pontiac '01 Montana, Automatic 350 sales.com tion, custom paint, tact the Planning
all power, rear A/C, 7 (Silver) sell as is Classics & Antiques too many extra's to Secretary at Jackson
passenger, good $600. OBO mention, 32K, " County Community
condition. $4500. 34 771Development no later
AGU OcENO.r'YEK od7a . .78on 334-774-1915 Camero '72 Dragcar, $15,000. 334-714-7203 e
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'01, 1/2 Ton Towable C t .. .. .. 4..77dCI big block, Harley Davidson'06 Jeep '83 CJ-7, grey. ae ~~ i tin'.e r cre . The
01, 1/2 Ton TowableI CForvette '99 nconI, needs power glide, Sportster 1200 cus- SUV. Auto. 6-cyl. 4 Planning Secretary
Fifth Wheel, lots ofnr p orwat o. t back Best offer 850-526- tom. Black, Show- may be contacted at
SKINAUTIQUE '84, up grades, very nice, - nteror. auto. 8k- 2290 days, eves. 850- room cond. loaded. WD. 118k, Power Ford '00 Ranger XLT 4487 Lafayette
runs great' $8500 Reese hitch included, m 9 -16 g" .500 33 "RDD" UPI 594- 9931 See to appreciate, steering, new tires, Supercab 3 Litre V-6, Street, Marianna, FL,
OBO. 334-447-7023 or Like new. $10,900 " Runs strong, Pre- $6,500. 334-691-5683. 5-spd, 95,000 miles, 32448, (850) 482-9637,
334-47-1962 850-718-5243 Vette 96'Collector Datsun '78 280Z 2+2, Chevy 85Silverado cisely maint.$7,250. Excellent 4,900. or (800) 955-8771
addition factory hard original owner, 5 7 Completely restored OBO 334-774-3368 334-790-7959 (TDD).
REDUCED !!! & soft tops auto, speed, fuel injected, Excellent condition 3-- 75
COMPLETE SET-UP loaded, 102K mi 180k miles, some 350 Engine $10,000 Ford '03 F150 super-
5th wheel, '08 Jayco, beautiful car, exc. rust, runs but needs _ 2 a Firm (334)389-0554 cab V-8 38K mi. Seats Need to
Eagle, 291 RLTS & '07 cond, $12,900. 334- work. $2500 OBO 850- I 6, Exc. Cond. White
Dodge 2500, 6.7 L Die- 684-2006 579- 2136 Iv msg Iray int bed ext. pla0e an ad?
sel w/ sliding hitch. Mazda RXnon Jeep Liberty,2004, V6. 14K obo. 596-3189.
Stratos '07285 XL, $51K. 334-791-4192 Automobiles turbo, gold, GXE. P/W, Cruise, CD, FORD '07 Explorer
19ft, bluegray, 150HP REDUCED Montana forSale $3000. 334-648-4985 Great Condition, Sport Track Limited,
reatcond t on, 10ortTrackmited, It's simple,
Yamaha V-Max, '05 5th Wheel, 4 CARFAX. Below dark red, Truck. Au-
loaded. Lw hrs, slides, king bed, Retail!Ca632-0144 to. 8-cyl. 4 WD.
loaded. Low hrs ex ond., 29,995. 2004 Honda Civic EX, Retail! Call 632-0144 to. 8micyl.4WD
$21,000 obo. 850-547-2808 Only 65,955 miles. an 24500m, Loaded; 00, call one of our
L$21,000,obo0 5 '0850-547-28085NNnmSX Land Rover'06 Range Great cond. $23,500,Cl Of O
334-796-2344 ROYALMountaineer Dodge '05 Neon SXT Honda'01 Goldwing Rover Super charged 334-709-4439.


347-3 $t844a Cal 618-45332Ford '03dMustang GT SL500 silver Hd & runs well, Great HONDA - *03 Metro- SE, white, leather,
40ft, 5th Wheeler CaVs lo t 4dor, 4 cylide, 4'6oft tos 87K 100, ABSBlue, 14xxx mi. loadednw/everyop- Classifiedt
Loaded, full bath 2004 Lincoln auto. Garage PU 3-spd tionlownesr, ga

llook w, 2 a leeolt O n automatic $0,0 OBO. l n Loaded .Exc llent kept 33 4-1685-90770 Ford 2003 F250 Diesel
$5,500 Great Condi Towncar, Silver. 71,000 miles 5995. Mercedes 04 Benz30Loadd, Eellel 334-37733
tion 33�4695-9988 Great Condition. �334-90-799 ____________________
334-687-31. nNeed to Sell Fr3 Man Mercede Benz'01 is, A/C, AM/FM, NYAM A 08issan 06Pathfinder e eresentatives
Wiiams Craft 08 kept $4 Ford '03 Mustang GT SL500 silver, Hd & unso well, Great HONDA-. '03 Metro- SE, white, leather,
$12844 Call 618-4533 convertible., 69kScooter. BOSE sound, sunroof.
=oto Homes/RV. Soft tops. 39,873KBright yellow, low 57K miles.$16,000 sthey
0Tow e four y, eavy , 3- 7- 2007 Nissan Altima.or Fl . Tp miles, auto. Garage S n . inteio. 39,87 miles. 20000 OBO. BLE miles. $269.
ty, Stloaded. 1 8 . Aleg, well immaculate. Only kept, $10,800 088. Pristine cond.3 miles, exc. cond. 334-714-0770 Ford 2003 F250 Diesel
ty, Steh looks new, 28 ft. Allegro, well 20,200 miles. Below 334-596- 9966 $20,500. 334-684-2006 M UST 1200.334-774-7108. One Owner. New wihe glad to
slightly used. $880. maintained, new Bok. One Owner. I STNew
334-687-3171. tires; fully loaded, Call 632-0144 FORD '07, 500 Limited Mercedes '04 Benz Condition. Bedliner,
334-687-3171. new paint, indoor Call 632-0144 Charcoal leather in- E320, sports pack- PONTIAC - 67 GTO YAMAHA '08 V V-star Cover, SellforWell
Wllamns Craft'08 kept 59950. Call Cadillac '94 terior, 6cyl., 40K age, charcoal/black Excellent condition. 250, burgundy, 1836 Below NADA e assist you.
60 horse four stroke, 334-792-8018 or Fleetwood. Top con- miles. Like new. interior. 59K miles. $20,000 OBO. BLUE miles. $2695. 334-693- 334-618-4533
loaded. 334-618-3058 334-792-8827 edition. 334-693-3980 $13,500. 334-618-8255 $17,000. 334-806-7190 WHITE. (334)389-0554 5454 334-618-4533


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