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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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Spatial Coverage:
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)-
General Note:
"Independent."

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Christmas parade draws crowd


By ASHLEY McKEEN
Ft.ORIDAN STAFF WRITER.
Santa hats and yuletide spirit filled the
busy streets of downtown Marianna
Saturday, as the annual Winterfest and
Christmas Parade was' held.
The cold day' started with Winterfest
from noon to about
4:30 p.m. and fol-
lowed with the .
One-Mile Jingle
Fun Run and .
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parade grand mar-
shal, Jeff Mathis
made appearances .View video from
throughout the this year's
day, and rode with Winterfest at
family members www.jcfloridan.com
down Main Street w
,during the parade.
Mathis is an alumnus of Marianna High
School and is. now catcher for the Los
Angeles Angels.
Despite the chilly weather, a number of
families made it downtown to enjoy the
Winterfest festivities on Market and Green
streets, which' were closed to traffic for
most of the day.
Winterfest attracted residents from all
over Jackson County. A couple from
Greenwood strolled hand-in-hand along
See PARADE, Page 9A >


Santa Claus waves to the crowd as he closes out the Main Street Marianna Christmas Parade Saturday'. Mark Skinner /
Floridan


Newest business set to open Alford


- By DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
A Beef '0' Brady's family
restaurant will open in Marianna
on Monday, Dec. 14, and the
business is still looking to hire.
Located near Sonny's restau-
rant and Superior Bank on the
easternmost corridor into
Marianna from Interstate 10, the
new 4,300 square foot building is
being prepared for the opening'
with last minute touches this
week, said owner Gary Long.
The restaurant will have 23
flat-screen, high definition televi-
sions, with most or all tuned to
sports and news programming.
The restaurant subscribes to NFL
Sunday Ticket, programming that
will give patrons a wide selection
of games to watch.
The owner is also gathering as
many local sports team photos as
possible to put up on his walls as
See BUSINESS, Page 9A >


City to test


hydrants
BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
The Marianna Fire Department
will be testing all 400 city fire
hydrants during the day on week-
days, starting Monday. The
process should conclude around
Dec. 18. .
The annual tests ensure the
hydrants are functioning proper-
ly. It also keeps the city in com-
pliance with the standards of the
Insurance Service Office which,
in part, sets premiums based on
fire ratings in areas where policy-
holders reside.
Each hydrant will be opened
during its test, so that water
flows out.
Motorists and others are being
asked to use extreme caution as
they travel into an area where a
fire truck is working, said
Assistant Fire Chief Nakeya
"Nicky" Lovett.
Residents who notice discol-
oration in their water at home are
also asked to let the water flow
until it clears before using it.
Discoloration is a common
occurrence during testing.
Anyone with questions can call
Lovett'at 526-4612, 718-1016, or
e-mail him at lovettn@cityofmar-
ianna.com.


Salina O'Brien works on inventory as the Beef '0' Brady's in Mdrianna get ready for opening day.
- Mark Skinner / Floridan


Chief justice laments lack of funding

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Supreme Court Chief Justice Peggy Quince
spoke to a packed house Friday morning at the
Jackson County Chamber of Commerce's First
Friday Breakfast. ,
Jackson County business leaders focused on
Quince's presentation concerning the intricate
workings of the judicial branch and the effects of
the recession on Florida's court system.
"The biggest issue facing the Florida judicial
system is inadequate funding," Quince said.
"Does anyone know how much of the state
budget is allocated to the judicial system? 0.7
percent," she said.
Quince explained that with-the shortage of
funds, Florida's court system can not operate
effectively or efficiently.
Judicial programs aimed at helping to better
communities, such as drug courts or programs
for the mentally ill, have taken a hit due to the
cutback in funding.
'Quince expressed -to chamber members the
importance of these programs.
"They help eliminate a revolving door, some-
thing we don't want," she said.
Drug Court programs are an alternative to jail.
They integrate drug dependency treatment and
counseling along with the criminal justice sys-
tem, in order to avoid reoccurring problems.
This program, among many, is being cut back,
Quince explained.
According to Quince, the state's budget prob-
lems are also resulting in staff cutbacks within
the judicial branch. She explained the jobs being
lost are needed to help move cases through the
court system efficiently.


Florida Supreme Court, Chief Justice Peggy
Quince talks about funding problems for the
state's judicial system during a .speech at the
First Friday Power Breakfast. - Mark Skinner
/ Floridn
Although judicial officials are doing every-
thing possible to pinch pennies, there is still not
enough funding, Quince explained.
She wrapped up by urging chamber members
to talk to local legislators and express concern for
Florida's judicial system.
In other news from the breakfast, Chamber of
commerce Chairman Jamie Streetman expressed
his excitement with the 26 new chamber .mem-
bers were secured in 2009. Some are new busi-
ness owners to the Jackson County area.


burglar
found


STAFF REPORT

Alford resident William
Brewer was arrested Thursday
and charged with burglary and
dealing in stolen property.,
The Jackson County Sheriff's
See BURGLAR, Page 9A I



Guard


arrested


Thursday
STAFF REPORT
Correctional
Officer Gerald
Williams was
arrested, Thursday
and, booked into
'Jackson County
jail following a Gerald
bust by an under- Williams
cover police offi-
cer. According to a news release
from the Jackson County
Sheriff's Office, Williams was
See GUARD, Page 9A >


Man held in

Jackson

County faces

more charges
STAFF REPORT
Jackson County
deputies finally put A 1W J
a stop to a serial .
burglar Tuesday, a
Holmes County
resident and bur-
glar accused of PatrickW.
being involved in a Hudson
crime spree for the
past two years.
Deputies arrested Patrick
Wilson Hudson, 48, of Chipley,
See CHARGES, Page 9A >


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High - 660
Low - 510


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Variable cloudiness and
warmer with a chance of
a shower."


High - 740
. Low - 430

Wednesday
Variable cloudiness and
warmer with showers
ending by late afternoon.


. High - 690
Low - 540

Tuesday
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and an isolated thunder-
storm.


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24 hours: 0.00" Year to date: 52.55"
Month to date: 4.40" Normal YTD: 54.0'7"
Normal MTD: 4.06" Normal for year: 58.25

TIDES
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Apalachicola Low - 1:00 PM High - 8:45 PM
Port St. Joe Low - 12:15 PM 'High - 1:30 AM
Destin Low - 1:30 PM High - 12:30 AM
Pensacola Low - 12:15 PM High - 1:00 AM

RIVER READINGS Reading Flood Stage
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Blountstown 19.00 ft. 15.0 ft.
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Getting it
Right!

The Jackson County
Floridan's policy is to cor-
rect mistakes promptly. To
report an error, please call
526-3614 Monday-Friday.


December 6 - Sunday '
* The annual Elks Memorial Service for
Departed Elks is at 2 p.m. in the BPOE No.
1516 Lodge Room, US Highway 90 East in
Marianna. All Elks, widows and families of
deceased Elks, and the public are invited.
Dessert and coffee will be served after the
service!

December 7 - Monday
* The Town of Malone Christmas tree light-
ing ceremony begins at 6:30 p.m., with a per-
formance by the Malone School Band. and
appearances by Malone beauty queens and-
Santa.
* The Jacob City Council will convene its
regular meeting at 7 p.m.
* Alcoholics Anonymous has an open meet-
ing each Monday, 8-9 p.m. at the First United
Methodist Church, 2901 . Caledonia St.,
Marianna. Meet in the AA room.

December 8 - Tuesday
* St. Anne Thrift Shop Pre-Christmas
Clothing Sale, Dec. 1-17 - Buy one, get sec-
ond for half price. Hours: 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Tuesday and Thursday; 4287 Second Ave.,
M rianna.
* The William Henry Milton chapter 1039,
United Daughters of the Cnfederacy has
rescheduled last month's meeting for today,
'11 a.m. at Jim's Buffet and Grill in Marianna.
A Dutch treat lunch will be followed by ritual
and the program, "Of Men and Mules," The
history and heritage group welcomes female
descendants of Confederate Veterans to meet
the second Tuesday of each month,
September-November and January-May. Call
663-2570 or 482-3477.
* The Republican Club of Northwest Florida
meets every second Tuesday of the month, at
noon, at Jim's Buffet and Grill in Marianna.
Guest speaker: Congressional candidate
Steve- Southerland. Call 718-5411.
* The Optimist Club of Jackson County
board meets every second Tuesday, at noon
in the First Capital Bank, Marianna,
* The Jackson County Chamber of
Commerce will conduct a ribbon cutting cere-
mony for Gulf Coast Dermatology, 4378
Lafayette St. in Marianna (across from Old


MARIANNA POLICE JACKSON COUNTY
The Marianna Police SHERIFF'S OFFICE
Department listed the The Jackson County
following incidents for Sheriff's Office listed the
Dec. 3 and 4, the latest following incidents for
available report: One traf- Dec. 3 and 4, the latest
fic accident, one aban- available report: Three
doned vehicle, one reck- abandoned vehicles, four
less driver, two suspi- alarms, one animal com-
cious persons, one plaint, four agency
highway obstruc- -.~. -- assists, one battery,
tion, four distur- _: :2 -i.: two burglaries,
bances, one .__ three civil disputes,
prowler, one civil CRIME four disturbances,
dispute, two ille- 'A ---; - 10 EMS calls, two
gally parked vehi- fires, five funeral
cles, two larceny com- escorts, one gas leak, one
plaints, one vandalism, hospice death, five infor-
seven public service mation reports,; two larce-
calls, one possession of ny complaints, one
counterfeit money and 16 escort, one patrol request,
traffic stops. two public service calls,


Mexico Restaurant) at 1 p.m. Meet Dr. Jon
Ward and Physician Assistant Angela Franz.
Call 526-7546 or 482-8060.
* 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.
* Alcoholics Anonymous has an open meet-
ing Tuesdays, 8-9 p.m. at the First United
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna. Meet in the AA room.

December 9 - Wednesday
* Chipola retirees are invited to lunch for
the last meeting of 2009, 11:30 a.m. at the
Gazebo Coffee Shoppe & Deli- in downtown
Marianna.
* Alcoholics Anonymous has an open meet-
ing Wednesdays, 12-1 p.m. at the First United
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,,
Marianna. Meet in the AA room,,

December 10 - Thursday
* St. Anne Thrift Shop Pre-Christmas
Clothing Sale, Dec. 1-17 - Buy one, get sec-
ond for half price. Hours: 9 -a.m. - 1 p.m.
Tuesday and Thursday; 4287 Second Ave.,
Marianna.
* Habitat for Humanity hosts an open.house
and house dedication' for house No. 44
(Staley family), 12-5 p.m.(dedication at 5
p.m.) at 4137 Cedar St. in Marianna.
* The Jackson County Library Board meets
in workshop at 3 p.m. in the Board of County
Commissioner chambers, to discuss plans for
a fundraiser.
* Habitat for Humanity's annual board
meeting is at 6 p.m. in the New Gallilee
Missionary Baptist Church, 21.55 Highway 73,
-with a covered-dish dinner.
* AA meets Thursdays for a "closed discus-
sion," 8-9 p.m. at the First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna. Meet
in the AA.room. Attendance limited to persons
with a desire to stop drinking.

December 11 - Friday
* The Town of Greenwood's 11th annual
Christmas Open House is 1-5:30 p.m. in the
Town Hall, 4207 Bryan St., Greenwood.


one retail theft/gas skip,
one shooting in the area
call, eight suspicious per-
sons, four threats, three
traffic accidents, 17 traf-
fic stops, one transport,
two trespassing com-
plaints, one violation of
injunction, one stolen tag,
one VIN verification, one
reckless driver and four
warrant arrests.

JACKSON COUNTY
CORRECTIONAL
FACILITY
The following people
were booked into the
county jail during the lat-
est reporting periods:
- Gerald Williams, 25,
,4124 North St.,


Marianna, attempt to
introduce contraband into
correctional facility,
receipt of unlawful com-
pensation, removal of
written communication
from correctional facility.
- Martha Bellamy, 31,
. 1320 Sandspur Lane,
Marianna, worthless
check.
- Mark Hunt, 18, 3103
Rushin Road, Cottondale,
violation of probation,
possession of less than 20
grams of marijuana, pos-
session of drug parapher-
nalia.
- William Brewer, 18,
2528 Park Ave., Alford,
burglary of a dwelling,
possession of burglary


* The Town of Grand Ridge Christmas
Parade starts at 4 p.m. (line-up, 3 p.m.), on
Hall Street, turns east' on Florida Street and
ends at John Thomas Porter Park. No entry
fee for participants. The Christmas Festival
follows with Santa taking children's
Christmas lists and handing out goodie bags.
The town will serve hot dogs and chili. Bring.
a.lounge chair. Call 592-4621.
* The Three Rivers State Park Christmas
Lights Show is Dec. 11-13 and Dec. 18-20.
Gates open 5-7 p.m. Admission is free; dona-
tions accepted.
** The Town of Alford's annual Senior
Citizens Christmas Dinner is at 6 p.m. in the
Community Center. All Alford area seniors are.
invited. Call 579-4684.
* Marianna's Gathering Place Foundation
hosts a charity dance every second Friday of
the month at Jim's Buffet and Grill.-Cost is $6..
Bring a canned or dry good for Chipola Family
Ministries. Call 526-4561.
* Celebrate'Recovery hosts adult and teen
meetings to "overcome hurts, habits and
hang-ups.in a safe environment" every Friday
at.Evangel Worship Center, 2645 Pebble Hill
Road. Dinner at 6 p.m. (free for first-time
guests); meeting at 7 p.m., with praise,
music, testimonies and fellowship. Child care
available. Call 209-7856 or 573-1131.
* AA has an open meeting Fridays, 8-9 p.m.
at the First United Methodist Church, 2901
Caledonia St., Marianna, in the AA room.

December 12 - Saturday
* Local author Britta Nuccio will be signing
copies of her new book, "Quit Smoking
Success," 10 a.m.-2 p.m. at Chipola River
Book & Tea in downtown Marianna.
* AmVets Post No. 231 in Fountain hosts a
Turkey Shoot each Saturday through
December at 1 p.m. $2 a shot; proceeds ben-
efit the post building fund. Call 722-0291.
* AA has an open meeting Saturdays, 4:30-
5:30 p.m., at the - First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna. Meet
in the AA room.
* The Three Rivers State Park Christmas
Lights Show is Dec. 11-13 and Dec. 18-20.
Gates open 5-7 p.m. Admission is free; dona-
tions accepted.


tools, grand theft.
- Joseph Dickens, 37,
4474 Russ Road,
Cottondale, domestic bat-
tery, criminal mischief.
- Lydia Anthony, 42,'
20261 McClellan Ave.,
Blountstown, violation of
probation.
- Jodi Ellis, 21, 5253
Twins Lane, Marianna,
domestic battery.

JAIL POPULATION:
214

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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Whitehead Stripling


Sessions

Claire. Jim and Annabel
Whitehead announce the
engagement of their mother,
Kelley Whitehead. to Albert
Elliott Sessions. both of
Bainbridge, Ga.
The bride's parents are
Rodney and the late Dianne
Smith of Marianna. The
bride's grandparents are
Charles and Vivian Garmon of
Chattahoochee; and the late
John Smith, Maynard B. and
Mattie B. Woodlief, all
formerly of Marianna.
Ms. Whitehead is a graduate
of Marianna High School,
Chipola College and The
University of Central Florida.
She is employed by Decatur
County Schools as a first
grade teacher at Elcan King
Elementary of Bainbridge.
The groom-to-be is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Sessions of Tallahassee. The
groom's grandparents are the
late John and Ludie Sessions,
formerly of Cairo. Ga.; and
Kay and the late William
Elliott of Bainbridge.
Mr. Sessions is a graduate
of Godby High School of
Tallahassee, Florida State
University and New Orleans
Baptist Theological Seminary.
He is employed by the First
Baptist Church of Bainbridge
as youth pastor.
The wedding will be Jan. 2,
at 1 p.m. in the First Baptist
Church, Bainbridge. A church
reception will immediately
follow in the FBC fellowship
hall. There will be a casual
reception at 4 p.m. at The
Blackburn Tobacco Barn,
Johnson Road, Havana.
No local invitations will be
sent. All family and friends
are invited to attend the
wedding and both receptions.

Jackson County
Life Policy
Engagement, wedding and
anniversary announcements are
published in the Sunday edition of
the Jackson County Floridan. E-mail
your photo and the relevant infor-
mation to editorial@jcfloridan.com.
Submit announcements at least
two weeks before your desired pub-
lication date.
Announcements are $.75 per
column line. All announcements
must be. paid for before they run.
Cash, checks or credit cards are
accepted in the office. Credit cards
are also accepted by phone or e-
mail. The deadline to proof and pay
is 5 p.m. on the Thursday prior to
publication date. Announcements
will appear once.
Celebrating 50, 65 or more years
of marriage? We'll publish it for
free. For other anniversary years,
the above rates apply.
Birthdays for children 12 and
under are published for free. For
other ages, the above rates apply.
Birth announcements are pub-
lished for free.
Questions? Call 526-3614 or e-
mail editorial@jcfloridan.com.


Michael Peacock of
Marianna announces the
engagement of his daughter,
Amanda Michelle Peacock, to
Michael Stephan Stripling. He
is the son of Steve and Lisa
Stripling of Wewahitchka; and
Renee and James Crawford of
Altha.
Grandparents of the bride-to-
be are Gladys Peacock and the
late R.C. Peacock Jr. of
Marianna.
The prospective groom is
the grandson of Ruth Attaway
and the late Fred Attaway of
Altha; and Mike and Pat
Stripling of Wewahitchka.


BY THOMAS VINCENT
MURPHY
Well, it's that time of the
year again. During the
Christmas season, you will find
excitement filling the air.
However, while the excitement
may be there for millions of
our citizens, for some this time
of the year leads to frustration,
sadness and depression.
This Christmas comes dur-
ing one of the most trying
times in our history.
Unemployment is high, which
means for most people the
money is low, and in some
cases non-existent. I feel that
the most important meaning of
Christmas has somehow taken
a back seat to greed and finan-
cial gain. After all, in celebrat-
ing Christmas, Christians
should immediately think of
the fact that one of the reasons
Jesus was born into this world
was to be a sacrifice (to die on
the cross) and give us a chance
to have a better life in the
future.
Christmas has become so
commercialized that the true
meaning of this great occasion
is not even thought of by many
people during this time of the
year. The pressure of buying


gifts, especially for the chil-
dren, is intense. Speaking of
our children; many of them
seem to be more aware of
Santa than Jesus (through no
fault of their own).
What's going on? Shouldn't
we be telling or reminding
them of the real meaning of
Christmas? If you are an indi-
vidual who likes to be seen and
act as though you have more
means than you actually have,
this holiday will definitely
expose the real you. People
will be expecting you to use
some of your cash on them.
One of my concerns during
this time of the year is that peo-
ple will put themselves in debt
(sometime for a year or more)
by making purchases they
can't actually afford.
As a child I remember look-
ing forward to Christmas more
than any other holiday, because
I knew I would get some kind
of toy or gift. I can understand
the excitement a. child or
youngster feels during the
'Christmas holiday, so we
should prepare as early as pos-
sible to try and give our chil-
drenr toys or gifts if possible.
Early preparation is the key.
More than ever, this year
would be a good time to get


Lamoureauxs welcome a daughter
Chris and- Krissy
Lamoureaux of Grand
Ridge announce the birth of
a daughter, Madelyn Lee
Lamoureaux, born Aug. 26,
2009, at 10:31 p.m. in
Flowers Hospital in
Dothan, Ala.
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pounds, 5 ounces and was
20�2 inches in length.
She joins a sister, Emily '
Brooke, 3.
Maternal grandparents .
are Suzanne LaLonde of
Sneads, and Curtis Lee of . ,
Sneads. .
Paternal grandparents
Roy Collier of Dellwood,
and Karen Collier of Miami Madelyn Lee Lamoureaux

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buy gifts, think of the blessings
you do have. A loving family
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yourself and explain to your
family and close friends your
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Partners for Pets on Parade


Clock, from left: top--Dr. Daniel Powell, saxophone;
guest artist Donna Wissinger, flute; Dr. Christine
Yoshikawa, piano; Bottom Bethany Kiral, soprano; Dr.
Josh Martin, piano; and Andrew Stroud, guitar. -
Contributed photo

Chipola 'Celebrating

the Season' Dec. 10


Partners for Pets has these fea-
tured pets and around fifty more cats
and dogs, of varying ages, sizes and
breeds, that are available for adop-
tion and would make wonderful
Christmas surprises! .We are having
a "Black December" sale on cats in
an effort to help them get much-
needed homes. You can meet them
for yourself, at the shelter, located at
4011 Maintenance Dr., in Marianna.
The facility is open Monday through
Friday, 10:00 - 3:00, and on
Saturday, 10:00 - 1:00. You may also
call 482-4570 for more information
or visit www.partnersforpets.petfind-


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Precious is a three to four year old
female Pekinese dog. - Mark
Skinner / Floridan


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
Individual tickets are
now on sale for
"Celebrating the Season,"
the Dec. 10 Chipola Artist
Series event featuring
Chipola music faculty..
Faculty and a special
guest will 'present classical
to modern literature and
music of the season.
Performers include Dr. Josh
Martin, piano; Dr. Daniel
Powell, saxophone; Dr.
Christine ' Yoshikawa,
piano; Bethany Kiral,
soprano; Andrew Stroud,
guitar, and guest artist
Donna Wissinger, flute.
, Tickets may be pur-
chased in Chipola Business
Office, or by phone at 718-
2220, with major credit
cards accepted. Tickets also
will be on sale the night of
the show at 6:30 p.m. in the


theatre box office.
Tickets are $12 for
adults, $8 for ages 18 and
under, and $4 for Chipola
students with ID.
The CD, "A Chipola
Family Christmas,"' will be
on sale in the lobby of the
theatre the night of the con-
cert. Proceeds from the sale
of the CD, benefit the Joan
B. Stadsklev 'Fine and
Performing Arts
Scholarship Fund adminis-
tered through the Chipola
Foundation.
Two other events are
scheduled' in the 2009-10
Artist Series. "Canitus" one
of America's finest profes-
sional male vocal ensem-
bles performs Feb. 1, 2010.
Violinist Sarah Geller will
perform March 18, 2010.
For ticket information,
call the Chipola Business
Office at 718-2220.


March of Dimes Fla. Chapter

seeks grant applicants


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN

The March of Dimes
Florida Chapter is seeking
proposals for grant projects
in Florida that will address
unmet maternal health
needs for high risk women.
"These grants address
significant maternal health
issues for women who have
already had a baby in the
NICU, or who have experi-
enced the death of a baby,"
said Valerie Browne-
Krimsley, RN. Ph.D.. and
March of Dimes program
services corrmnittee chair
Forms and instructions
for,the 20101 grant program
are available on the Web site
www.marchotdimes.com/fl
.orida., Completed applica-
tions are due no later than
Dec. 14. Contact
Reeves @marclhotfdimes co,
m for more intorinauion; ,'
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national ,oluntar'y.h.ealth
agency whoec mini'sn is to
improve thc health of babies
by preventing birth detects'-
premature birth, and infant
mortality., Founded in 1938.
the March of Dimes funds
programs of research, com-
munity services, education,
and advocacy to save
babies. For more informa-


tion, visit the March of
Dimes Web site at mar-
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Spanish language Web site
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State emergency management announces contests


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN

State emergency management officials recently
announced that Florida Severe Weather Awareness Week
is scheduled for Jan. 24-30. This year, the annual public
awareness campaign includes a poster and video public
service announcement contest. Contest sponsors and
prizes will be announced in the coming weeks.
'The goal of the eek is to educate our residents and
visitors about the natural hazards they may face and pro-
videlimportant information to help keep them safe," said
Ine'rim Director Ruben D. Almaguer of the Florida
Division of Emergency Management. "It is a team effort
and we are proud to have many great sponsors who are
committed to this week of outreach and awareness."
Annual poster contest

Fourth and fifth graders in all 67 school districts are
invited to participate in the statewide poster contest. All
entries must be postmarked on or before Thursday, Dec.
31, and must arrive at the Florida Division of Emergency
Management in Tallahassee no later than Tuesday, Jan. 5,


2010, Winners will be notified by phone. The top win-
ners' armt\ork v ill be displayed in the State Emergency
Operations Center- during the first full week of February
2010. Prizes v. ill include tickets to Walt Disney World
and Universal Studios theme parks, among others. More
information on prizes will be announced soon. For com-
plete contest rules go to:
www.FloridaDisaster.org/SWAW2010.

New video PSA contest
Middle and high school students in grades 6-8 and 9-12
are invited to produce a 30-second public service
announcement incorporating a safety or preparedness
message about one of the following topics: Tornadoes,
Rip Currents or Using NOAA Weather Radios. Final dig-
ital videos must be mastered as a DVD for submission to
the Division. All entries must be postmarked on or before
Thursday, Dec. 31, and must arrive at the Florida Division
of Emergency Management in Tallahassee no later than
Tuesday, Jan. 5, 2010. For complete contest rules, entry
forms and" topic information go to:
www.FloridaDisaster.org/SWAW2010.


There, will be one individual or group (limit four people
per group) winner chosen for both middle school and high
school-level videos. The winning videos) will be profes-
sionally reproduced for broadcast use by the Division of
Emergency Management in their statewide public aware-
ness campaign. A production team will come to the win-
ner(s) hometown n and w% ill spend a.full day shooting the
Sinnitig PSA. The winner s) will spend the day acting as
the directors) and will be honored at a rally in their
hometown. Prizes will include tickets to Walt Disney
World and Universal Studios theme parks, among others.
More information on prizes will be announced soon.
Winners will be announced on Jan. 23, 2010, at a kick-
off event for Severe Weather Awareness Week. Winners
unable to attend this event will be mailed their prizes.
These contests are part of an annual public awareness
campaign that also includes the statewide Tornado Drill to
be conducted by the National Weather Service Offices in
Florida at 9:10 a.m. Central Time on Wednesday, Jan. 27,
2010.
For more information on Florida's 2010 Severe
Weather Awareness Week go to:
www.FloridaDisaster.org/SWAW2010.


Garrett elected to serve in


FSU student government


Anthony Garrett in the
chambers of the Florida
House of Representatives
during a recent meeting of
the FSU Student Senate,
the Legislative Branch of
the Student Government
Association. -
Contributed photo


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
Anthony Garrett, a jun--
ior at Florida State
University, was, recently
elected to serve as a
member of the FSU
Student Senate, the leg-
islative branch of -the
Student Government
Association.
He was elected to the
Student Senate 'in late
October for a one-year
term representing the
FSU College of Arts and
Sciences.
He serves on the
Budget Committee, which
meets weekly to consider
funding requests from
student body organiza-
tions.
The committee decides


how funds are allocated.
Garrett was also hon-
ored recently, when he
was selected for the Torch
Night recognition by the
Garnet "and Gold Key
Leadership . Honor
Society.
He was named one of
the 100 most outstanding
incoming students in the
FSU class of 2009-2010.
These students are chosen
in recognition of their
high academic and leader-
ship standards prior to
coming to FSU,
Garrett is remembered
locally as one of the
2008-2009 State Brain
Bowl Champions repre-
senting Chipola College
on the Chipola ,Brain
Team.


Florida livestock market!


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
For the week ended Dec. 4, at the
Florida Livestock Auctions, receipts
totaled 11,343, compared 'to closed'
last week, and 12,203 a year ago.
According to the Florida Federal-.
State Livestock Market News
Service, compared to last week,
slaughter cows and bulls were 1.00 to
3.00 higher; feeder steers and heifers


were unevenly steady to 2.00 higher.
Feeder Steers: Medium & Large
Frame No. 1-2
200-300 lbs. 115.00-165.00
300-400 lbs. 100.00-139.00
400-500 lbs. 88.00-111.00
Feeder Heifers: Medium & Large
Frame No. 1-2
200-300 lbs. 92.00-135.00
300-400 lbs. 78.00-102.00
400-500 lbs. 70.00- 86.00


s at a glance
Slaughter Cows: Lean :
750-1200 lbs. 85-90 percent 35.00-
39.00
Slaughter Bulls: Yield Grade NO.
1-2 1000-2100 lbs. 46.00-53.00

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Home Care Month
Marianna Mayor Paul
A. Donofro Jr., left, is
joined by NHC
HomeCare
Administrator Melody
Hatcher as he signs an
official proclamation,
declaring November
National Home Care
Month. NHC'
HomeCare, with corpo-
rate headquarters in
Murfreesboro, Tenn.,
celebrated National
� Home Care Month by
acknowledging the dedi-
cation and contributions
of the nurses, therapists,
, aides and other home
": care providers who help
the infirm and disabled
of our community.'
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Twas the night before Christmas and all through the house, water was flowing, It even drowned
the mouse.
The presents all pretty under the tree are now all wet and really soggy.
Mamma threw her kerchief and knocked off my cap, "You should have called the plumber
weeks ago and we could have prevented all that"l
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Marianna Orthopedic Clinic and Jackson Hospital team up to welcome our
new Orthopedist and Sports Medicine Specialist, starting in practice on
November 9,2009.


A board-certified and fellowship-trained orthopedic surgeon, Dr. Bleday is accepting
referrals for sports medicine and arthroscopic surgery, joint replacement, shoulder surgery,
and hand and foot surgery.


Dr. Bleday will reside in Marianna, and he has joined the Medical Staff of Jackson Hospital.


He is a Dartmouth-trained medical doctor, who completed his orthopedic residency at Penn
State Geisinger Medical Center, and served a Sports Medicine Fellowship. He is a Fellow of
the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons, American College of Sports Medicine,
American College of Foot & Ankle Surgeons, certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist,
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NOTICE OF BUDGET HEARING

The Jackson County Board of Commissioners will hold a public hearing on Tuesday, December 8, 2009 at
9:15 A.M. or as soon thereafter as possible, in the County Commission Meeting Room, Jackson County
Administration Building, 2864 Madison Street, Marianna, Florida, for the purpose of adopting supple-
mental budgets for Fiscal Year 2008-09; to include moneys received and cash balances carried forward
above or beyond the original estimates.

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196
197
227
241
259
291
338
359
385
394
416
419
492


General Revenue $
Law Library
Local Law Enforcement Training . .
Fine & Forfeiture
Transportation Trust
Drug Court
Library Grant.
Contraband Forfeiture
Mosquito Control Grant
Compass Lake MSTU
Sykes Demolition Escrow
Crimes Prevention
Article V Technology
Five Cent Local Option Gas Tax
Supervisor of Elections
JC Agriculture Complex Revenue
JC Agriculture Complex Operations and Maintenance
E911
EMS Grant
PPLCS-State Grant
Low Income Home Emergency Assistance Program Grant
.Weatherization Grant
Hazardous Materials Grant
Lqcal Housing Assistance Trust
Emergency Management Grant
Jackson County Economic Recovery
Recycling & Education Grant/Small County Grant
Public Defender
Court Facility
Flood 98 Disaster
Court Construction Improvement
Tourist Development
CDBG Grant
Stormwater Fees
Utility Fees .
Sheriff-Aviation Fund
Jackson County Agriculture Center
Additional Court Costs/$65.00
JC Agriculture Complex Revenue Bond Sinking
JACKSON HOSPITAL .
New Emergency Management Debt Service
Capital Improvement Series 2003
OTTED GRANTS
New Emergency Management Building Construction
Road Construction
West Jackson County Development Authority
Recycling Program
Parks & Recreation
Jackson County Utilities


Less Transfers


TOTAL BUDGET $

Complete details of amended budgets are available for p
Finance Department, 2864 Madison Street, Marianna, Florida.


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304,600
7,426,719
6,156,984
10,500

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83,438
113,579
3,043,654
422,707
155,470
63,080
241,378






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3,226
643,925

58,187
1,246,391
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179,788
267,300
203,565


36,000
108,400


3,779,211

480,275
293,312
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28,232
304,600
307,774 7,734,493
798,717 6,955,701
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180,956 180,956
. 28,900 34,898
37,035 37,035
796,489 796,489
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40,000 153,579
2,414,868 5,458,522
25,143 447,850
155,470
10,000 73,080
.62,000 303,378
50,000 50,000
375,000 375,000
112,882 112,882
79,744 79,744
3,989 3,989
393,758 393,758
28,844 167,292
82,679 82,679
278,000 278,000
3,226
643,925
35,924. 35,924
58,187
1,246,391
750,000
81,311 81,311
1,000,000 3,159,500
8,881 8,881
179,788
267,300
203,565
56,963 56,963
36,000
108,400
19,812 19;812
1,074,572 1,074,572
6,678,701 10,457,912
198,205 . 198,205
480,275
53,800 347,112
4,186,276 4,854,240


(6,872,471) (624,133) (7,496,604)


$39,025,451 $ 21,089,573 $ 60,115,024

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gle contraband" to a Jackson
Correctional Institution inmate.
According to Sheriff Lou
Roberts, the investigation was
called due to discovery of con-
traband being smuggled into
JCI in. Malone. During the
investigation, law enforcement
officials traced it back to
Williams, 25, and concluded he
was the culprit. The press
release stated an arrangement
was made by Williams with an
inmate incarcerated at JCI to
introduce a cell phone into the
prison, for which Williams was
to be paid $500. On Thursday
morning, Williams traveled to a
location near Highway 71 South
and Interstate 10 to receive pos-
session of the cellular phone and
his payment of $500. Unknown
to Williams, the person he met
with was an undercover officer,
according to the news release.
After leaving the meeting,
Williams was placed under
arrest for attempt to introduce
contraband into a state facility
and receipt of unlawful com-
perisation, for the money that he
received as payment. According
to the press release, further
investigation revealed Williams
i allegedly had possession of let-
ters that had been provided to
him by inmates to mail out for.
them. As a result, Williams was
additionally charged with
removal 'of written communica-
tion from a state correctional
institution.


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that it responded to a call Dec.
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According to the release,
Brewer, 18, entered the resi-
dence, which is currently under
construction, by forcing open
the rear door and cutting off the
- lock to the garage. Brewer and
possible other suspects alleged-
ly removed numerous items of
value from the home and sold
the property belonging to the
victim at a business in Alford.
Following'a police investiga-
- tion, Brewer was identified in
. Alford at a traffic stop, arrested
and booked into ' the Jackson'
. * County Correctional Facility to
await his first appearance.


Parade ,Continued From Page 1A

Market Street bopping to
the Christmas music and '
admiring the vendors lining
the streets. k
"I've been coming to this-
parade forever," Marianna -
resident Margena Myrick
said. "Born and raised, this
is my town, I love this
town."
Food stands- sold many
things to keep people
warm; cups of chili, ham-
burgers, hotdogs, funnel
cakes, or even ribs from a.
AJ's Rib Crib, were among ga
the most popular.. . .
Some stands were also
offering the much-needed
hot cocoa and coffee.
Local organizations and
vendors also took advan- i F "
tage of the festival by set-
ting up booths to sell their .
specialities, to ,visitors.
Fresh wreaths, homemade . ..
jewelry, pottery and can- ' " -
dies, were among some of ' .. : ...
the items for sale.. . ..
Women gathered and ; -
pushed their way into -the.,
Main Street Marianna tent, ..
which was giving away '--,
complimentary wrapping
paper, stockings and other Cason Rogers was all smiles as he played in one of the Skyler Toole gets s me help with his snowball making
Christmas knick-knacks two snow piles at Main Street Marianna's Christmas from is Aunt Hannah York Saturday during Main Street
donated by Wal-Mart to Winterfest. - Mark Skinner / Floridan Marianna's Christmas Winterfest. - Mark Skinner /
the City of Marianna.
The Main Street more bundled-up visitors Jingle Fun Run down U.S. Floridan
Marianna booth was also appeared. Main Street was Highway 90 kicked off
selling baseballs auto- lined with families in blan- around 4:45 p.m., just paid $10 and all others paid Christmas floats and
graphed by Mathis. kets or wrapped in their before the parade. $15. Prizes were awarded familiar faces passed by.
Over in the kids corner, winter gear, eagerly await- "This year we have about to the top male and female The fun began at Daniels
there was a slightly disap- ing the parade. 30 participants in the run. I finiishers, and also to the Street and ended at
pointing turnout for the Die-hard sports fans who think it will be a fun way to best decorated pet and Madison Street.
bounce house, and tents refused to miss the big SEC start the parade," Main stroller. But as always, the
filled with snow mounds, Championship were circled Street Marianna Executive Following the Jingle Fun biggest crowd pleaser was
as few children gathered at around truck beds watching Director Charlotte Brunner Run was the much antici- the one and, only Santa
each play station. the game. said. pated Christmas Parade. Claus, who ended the
As the day progressed, This year, a One-Mile Pre-registered runners Children's faces lit up as parade riding a Marianna


Business Continued From Page 1A


part of the decor.
"We're getting copies of differ-
ent things already, and'in a month
or so we'll probably run a special
where you get a break for every
picture you bring in," Long said."
We're concentrating on team pho-
tos, rather than Individuals,
because there's only so much
space, but we'll have some special
other things, too. We're working
on getting a jersey from Jeff
Mathis, your local guy who's play-
ing baseball with the majors."
Long has already signed on to
sponsor a flag football team in
Marianna, and plans to sponsor a
Little League baseball team as
well.
The restaurateur plans to have a
working relationship will area


schools, as well, he said.
"We're ready to look at anything
we can do to be part of and support
the community," Long' said.
The restaurant will be open
seven days and nights each week
and will open each day at 10:30
a.m. Long said his may be the only
Beef to open that early, and he
chose the start time in part because
so many people who work in
Jackson County live on Eastern
time, just across the Apalachicola
River bridge.
For their stomachs, he said,
10:30 is really 11:30 a.m., and time
for lunch.
He's also taking other steps to
meet the needs of the community.
This Beef's, unlike many others
in the chain, will have a large room


for private parties and other gather-
ings: It will have televisions and
AV packages available for the use
of those reserving the room.
Families with children will be
happy to learn of a weekly feature
that could save them big bucks
over time.
On Tuesday from 4 to 8 p.m.,
children 10 years of age and
younger will eat free, he said.
"Especially in these times, when
things are a little harder for farfi-
lies, it's something we're proud to
do," Long said. "We did this at
another Beef's I owned, and it was
totally full on that night."
The restaurant will have a game
room, he said, where children can
pay to play video games. Some of
the games will be geared to
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teenagers, and others to the
younger set.
Long has already hired 25 to 30
people and is interviewing more
this week and next. He expects to
have 40 to 50 on board when the
restaurant opens. Many of them
are plart-time students, but there
are some full-time slots as well.
The restaurant will be open
10:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sunday
through Thursday, and until 11
p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays.
Long lives in Bushnell, but
owns land north of Marianna and
in Sncads. He said he hopes to
move here full-tijne in the next
few years.
He also said he hopes to open a
Beef '0' Brady's in Chipley in a .
year or two.


Charges
Continued From Page 1A
while he was in the process of
allegedly burglarizing , a
Jackson County ' home.
According to the Homes
County Sheriff's Office, the
investigation following
Hudson's arrest revealed he
and his wife Angela allegedly
had been involved in burglaries
throughout the tri-state area for
the past two years. According
to the Holmes County Sheriff's
Office, the Hudsons routinely
traveled around during daylight
hours, allegedly burglarizing
homes while 'owners were, at
work. The burglars would steal
jewelry, cameras, video games,
appliances, tools, .cash and
even food. The Hudsons are
alleged to have either kept the
stolen goods to furnish their
home, or sell the items locally.
Patrick Hudson is currently
being held at the Jackson
County jail on $80,000 bond.
Anyone with more information
on this case is asked to call
CrimeStoppers of Holmes
County at (866) 689-8477.
Informants may receive up to a
$1,000 reward.,


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lames & Skes Funeral
Home Madoxt Chapel
4278 Lafet te St.
Marianna, FL 32446
850-482-.332
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Virginia
Maxine
Magana
Virginia Maxine Magana,
87, of Greenwood died
Thursday, Dec. 3, 2009, at
Marianna Health and Re-
habilitation Center in,Ma-
rianna.
Memorialization will be
by cremation with James &
Sikes Funeral Home Mad-
dox Chapel directing.

lames & Sickes Funeral
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4278 Lafayette St.
Marianna, FL 32446
850-482.2332
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Vernon L.
"Roy" Pruett '
Vernon L. "Roy" Pruett,
60, of Marianna died Satur-
day, Dec. 5, 2009, at his res-
idence.
Arrangements will be an-
nounced later by James &
Sikes Funeral Home Mad--
dox Chapel.


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Bulldogs Marianna boasts perfect record


blow past
Graceville

BY SHELIA MADER
FL6RIDAN CORRESPONDENT
The Marianna High School
boys basketball team traveled to
Gracevilfe: Thursday night and
dealt the young Graceville Tigers
an 82-56 shellacking.
The Bulldogs experience and.
size dominated the game from the
opening tip, as they outscored the
;Tigers 28-13 in. the first eight
minutes of the game.
The Tigers settled- down rnd
won the second quarter by one,
picking up. 18 points, to the
Bulldogs' 17. At the half the
Bulldogs had the lead, 45-31.
Marianna: took no mercy as
they took the court following the
half time break and put up 20
points, while holding Graceville
to 11. Although the Tigers stiff-
ened up on defense in the final
period of play, Marianna too
much to handle for the Tigers.
The Bulldogs were led in scor-
ing by Nehemiah "NeNe" Gilbert
with 17 points. AlNo in double
digits were Tre Long and Tommy
Stephens, with 12 points, fol-
lowed by R. J. Bowers and
See GRACEVILLE, Page 2B >1


Sneads wins

home game

against Liberty
BY SHELIA MADE
FLORIDAN CORRESPONDENT
The Sneads Pirates basketball picked up
their second win of the season Thursday night
as they hosted the Liberty County Bulldogs
and walked off the court with a 70-55 .win.
.The Pirates welcomed back two ,key play-,
ers Thursday. Josh Rogers had been out with
an injury and John Whittington was out with'
illness.
The score was within eight to 10 points for
the majority of the game before the Pirates
started to pull away late in the third quarter.
The Pirates took three of the four quarters
in picking up the victory. Sneads got a strong
start, outscbring the Bulldogs by nine, before
Liberty County exploded offensively in the
second quarter to pick up 23 points. Sneads
pulled back defensively due to foul trouble ,
but managed to post 21 points in the quarter.
At the half, Sneads led 36-29.
Both teams continued their offensive show-
ing in the quarter ,with the Pirates outscoring
the Bulldogs 18-10 with only eight minutes
left in the game.
Sneads was led in scoring by Terrance
Pittman with his highest-scoring game of the
season at 18 points, followed by Jeff Bell
with 14 points. On the board with nine points
was Will Holmes.
Following the game, Sneads coach Kelvin
Johnson was pleased with his team's per-
formance.
See SNEADS, Page 2B 0,


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A Graceville player drives in against Marianna Thursday. The Tigers lost 82-56. After Friday's win,
Marianna is now 4-0. -Mark Skinner/Floridan


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Cottondale won 62-42. -Mark Skinner/Floridan


by Sneads Pirates Friday.


BY SHELIA MADE
FLORIDAN CORRESPONDENT
The Marianna High Schqol
Bulldogs basketball team can be
described in one word - perfect
tion - as they are 4-0 on the sea'
son.
This comes after a road win
Friday night against the
Rutherford Rams. The 62-49
Marianna win caps off the fourth
straight in as many games for the
Bulldogs, who are hoping for a
third straight trip to the fiqal four
in 2010.
The Bulldogs started strong in
the first quarter, taking an eight
point advantage before the bot-
tom fell out the second quarter.
The Rams turned the tables and
dominated. At the half, Marianna
faced a 20-23 deficit.
After half time, the Bulldogs
did a 180 degree turnaround,
posting 25 points while the
defense held the Rams to just 14.
With only one quarter to play, the
Dogs led 45-37. The Bulldogs
did not let up, outscoring the
Rams n the final period to secure
the victory.. '
Kruize Pinkens 'had a stellar
night with 20 points. Also in dou-
ble digits were Tre Long with 13
points, including 4-for-4 from the
line. R. J. Bowers picked up nine
points, while Nehemiah "NeNe"
See MARIANNA, Page 2B >

Cottondale

beats Pirates

at home
BY SHELIA MADER
FLORIDAN CORRESPONDENT
The Sneads Pirates traveled to
Cottondale Friday night for a
cross-county battle, but the
Hornets did not prove to be gra-
cious hosts. The Hornets handed
the,Pirates a 62-42 defeat before a
packed and energized crowd.
The two teams battled back and
forth through the first quarter and
into the second, before the Hornets
pulled away, taking a 32-19 lead
into the locker room at the half.
The Hornets took no mercy in
the second half as they continued
-to dominate the young Pirates on
both ends of the -court. The
Pirates battled throughout the
second half, but were unable to
narrow the lead.
Marcus Humose was the work-
horse for the Hornets with 26
points. None of the other Hornets
were in double digits. Pirates stats
were not available.
Following the game,
Cottondale coach Chris Obert
praised his team.
"We played pretty good, played
all four quarters which is what
you got to do," he said.
The Hornets will next host the
Blue Devils of Holmes County
Tuesday.


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Graceville
Continued From Page 1B
Kendall Leeks with 10
points each.
The Bulldogs took turns
dominating quarters with
Bowers picking up all 10 of
his points in the first quar-
ter. The third quarter
belonged to Gilbert, who
had 11 points. Tommy
Stephens led in the fourth
quarter with eight points.
Kruize Pinkens led the team
in rebounds with 14.
Marianna coach Travis
Blanton said his team
played well Thursday night.
"The boys were really up
for this game, they usually
always are when it's a coun-
ty game, with bragging
rights on the line and all,"
Blanton said. " This was a
good win for us before we
go on the road to take on
Rutherford."

Marianna
Continued From Page 1B
Gilbert and Tre Jackson
both contributed six points
each.
-Following the game,
Bulldogs coach Travis
Blanton gave assistant
coach Greg Nable credit for
his half time locker room
motivation.
"Greg (Nable) did a great
job getting these kids fired
up at the half," Blanton
said. "After that, we played
pretty good defense and got
the ball inside, which was
key for us. We did a'good
job overall and attacked the
ball well in the third quar-
ter."
Marianna will travel to
Bainbridge, Ga. on
Tuesday.


Sneads
Continued From Page 1B
"I thought we played pret-
ty good, especially toward
the end of the game,"
Johnson said. "We executed
well and'played well in the
fourth quarter, especially.
Terrance Pittman had the
best: game- he's had at
Sneads both offensively and
defensively."
The win' improves the
Pirates to 2-1 on the young
season.
The Pirates traveled to
Cottondale Friday night to
take on the Hornets. in a
cross-county matchup.


Tigers rebound, beat Bozeman


BY SHELIA MADER
FLORIDAN CORRESPONDENT
The Graceville Tigers wasted no time
rebounding from Thursday night's loss' to
Marianna when they hosted Bozeman Friday.
Graceville defeated the visitors 81-61 before a
large home crowd.
The Tigers has a sluggish start, trailing 16-10
after one quarter of play. Graceville jump-start-
ed their offense in the second quarter, posting
23 points on their end, while the Tiger defense
held Bozeman to 14 points.
The Tigers took a 33-30 lead into the locker


room at half time. Following the break, the third
quarter was all' Tigers, who outscored their
opponents 26-9 in eight minutes, to increase
their lead to 59-43 with only one quarter
remaining.
Four points separated the two teams in the
final period, with Graceville cruising to a 20
point win.
Graceville had five players in double digits,
with two picking up double doubles. Kevin'
Potts led in scoring with 18 points, including 4-
for-6 from the line. Leander Ford had a double
double with 13 points and 10 rebounds, while
Cameron Dozier was the second Tiger in dou-


ble double, with 11 points and 11 rebounds.
Byron' Lassiter led the teani in rebounds with
15, while adding eight points. Craig Myrick
recorded 11 points, while C. J. Dozier picked
up 10 points.
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Marianna but they came back and played
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"Cuss-fired rain!" Geor
exclaimed in disgu
"When in the devil is
gonna stop!"
"When it gets good a
ready," said laid-back, mi
ter-of-fact Nick. Go pp
yourself some coffee and
down. You're getting on r
nerves."
Frankly, we'd all groan
tired of George's incessa
grumbling about t
inclement weather, broug
on by a November co
front trying to flood t
whole county and wash o
an entire weekend's de
hunting.
"Heck with that," .Geor
gruffly retorted. "I came
hunt. Y'all can sit arou
here if you want. I'm goi
out."
He did just that, donni
his rainsuit and boots a
stepping out into the dow
pour.
"Hope the fool does:
drown," Nick said, placi
another hickory log into t
fireplace. "It's sure and ci
tain he won't melt. Are y
guys going out if the ra
ever lets up?"
I looked over at Jam
who was burrowed comfo
ably into an old over-stuff
armchair nursing a half-f
glass of amber-colored l
uid. It was my cue.
"Nah," I said. "May
tomorrow. I believe I'll ji
stay here and parta
instead."
"Not a bad idea," Ni
replied, heading for t
well-stocked cabinet.
Outside, the rain cont
ued without pause. Insi
the burning wood crack]
and the charcoal-mellow
contents of the glasses p
ceptibly lowered.
"Say, do y'all reme.
ber.....?" James began af


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day deer camp musings GovmaSm
ge , mourned the .loss of an more. LeRoy's dying long
st. expensive camera, the sad- before his time. Joe's son
it ness of which was lost upon losing his life in an auto " -
my highly amused brethren. accident on the way to
nd ". As always, there was the camp. ' "
at- remembrance of the time. We rehashed them all, the"
)ur Jardes got himself caught in glad and the sad. When we
sit , . * i "no-man's land" by the bob- were done, we all somehow,
my cat. Squatted in the woods I believe, felt a little bit bet-
with one's pants bunched ter than we did on Friday - -
wn around his ankles is no posi- past, when we left the 9-to-
ant - tion in which to find oneself 5 world behind to join
he *IN when a bobcat screams but together in hunters' fellow- -
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a lengthy interlude of com-
fortable silence..
That's all it took. Hell,
that's all it ever takes. While
heaven's floodgates
remained wide open just
'outside the old
farmhouse/hunting lodge
door, memory's floodgates
swung open inside. The rec-
ollecting and reminiscing
began.
It started with the oft-told
and never-wearying tale
about Nick and the big buck
over on Gobblers Knob, at
the far end of the property.
Nick hunted the trophy 10-
point for two solid weeks,
finally got him in his-sights,
and then, just before he
squeezed the trigger, his hat
fell off and spooked the deer.'
into the next county. Nick
didn't find it very funny at
the time, but now, two years
later, he could grin about it.
Then came the story of
the unseen barred owl that
sounded off in the tree
above my head, causing me
to bail out of a 15-foot lad-
der stand. Other than a seri-
ous injury to my pride, I
picked myself up relatively
-unscathed. My bruised
chest was ignored as I


a few yards to thme rear. Ur
course,-we all promised not
to tell, a vow we kept for all
of two hours.
Yep, as usual, the funny
stories all resurfaced. The
ineptly missed easy shots,
the notoriously bad camp
cooking, old Cletus
Monroe's pouring bottled
fox urine into George's
morning coffee. All of
them.
With them came more
sobering. recollections,
spawned by not-so-light-
hearted reveries:
There were recollections
of buddies no longer in
attendance. Don's booming
laugh we would hear no


slup. i rus, ai er aitl, w y
we really came together. We
knew that. Nobody had to
say it.
"One more, guys?" Nick
asked.
James and I nodded
assent as three fingers of
good Tennessee sour mash
found its/ way into our
glasses. We toasted old
times, new times, and the
future, comfortable and
contented. James began to
nod.
By the way, old George
shot a really nice eight-
point in the pouring rain
that afternoon.
The three of us didn't
envy him one bit.


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Kindel Lanes weekly bowling report


Monday Night Hi Rollers
Nov. 30
Now What
Jackson BP
Whatever Whenever
Smith's Supermarket
Adam's Funeral Home
Mary's Child Care
Kindel Lanes
Wolf Pack
Whoops


W-L
33-15
32-16
25.5-22.5
24.5-23.5
24-24
23-25
23-25
16-32
15-33


High Team Game Whatever Whenever 973
High Team Series Now What 2673,
High Game Female Cindy Hightower 199
High Game Male Aaron Walker 257
High Series Female Amie Kain 544
Higih Series Male Aaron Walker 627


Tuesday Morning Coffee League
Nov. 24
Champion Tile
1001 Uses
Paula's Team
Pacers


Family Dentistry
Misfits
Gazebo
James & Sikes
Jim's Buffett & Grill


32-32-
31-33
29-35
28-36
24-30


High Team Game Misfits 938
Marianna Animal Hospital 22.5 41.5
High Game Female Annette Land 194
High Series Female LuAnn Kindelspire 544
High Game Male Coy Hess 221
High Series Male Jeff Kindelspire 598
High Team Series Misfits 2643


Tuesday Night Mixed League
Dec. 1
Our Gang
AllState
Backwoods Bowlers
Dan's Family
Grassy Pond Mini Storage
Just Spare Us
Precision
Sonny BBQ
Roll With It,
Original Gamers


W-L
41.5-22.5
39-25
38.5-25.5
36.5-27.5


W-L
37-23
34-26
34-26
33-27
31-29
28-32
28-32
28-32
28-32
25-35


High Game Female Dale Reynolds 201
High Game Male Christian Clayton 221
High Series Female Dale Reynolds 585
High Series Male Christian Clayton 603
High Team Game Backwoods Bowlers 934
High Team Series Backwoods Bowlers 2735


Wednesday Night Mixed
Dec. 2
Here for the Beer
DBBLL Trouble
Hollis Body Shop
Mr. Bingo
Jay's Gang
Kindel Lanes Pro Shop
DTO Liquors
Redwood Bay Lumber
Perfection's Car Wash


W-L
41-19
41-19
37-23
33.5-26.5
33-27
32-28
28-32
26.5-33.5
23-37


High Game Female Betty Gibson 192
High Game Male Monte Anderson 247
High Series Female LuAnn Kindelspire 511
High Series Male Jason Townsell 718
High Team Game Hollis Body Shop 1173
High Team Series Hollis Body Shop 3427


Weekly fishing report

for local lakes, rivers


. LAKE SEMINOLE -
Bass fishing continues fair
early in the day with
much-improved large-
mouth activity during the
afternoon hours. Worms,
frog-type baits, and
buzzbaits have been-the
lures of choice. Large
Texas-rig worms may pro-
duce on the main lake and
jig-and-pig combos are
good bets up the rivers.
Pitching and flipping in
and around wood structure
is a good method, as is a
slowly worked Texas-rig
worm fished along" banks
and in grass beds.
A few crappies may be
taken in the "creeks from
stumpy areas. As a rule,
the creeks are not - as
stained as the main lake
right now.
Hybrids are becoming
more active, but the water
conditions have recently
slowed them down.
Catfish and bream are
'slow.
Fishing is likely to
improve overall as the
water falls and stabilizes.
LAKE EUFAULA -
Bass are fair, even in the
stained water. On the
northern end of the lake,
fish shallow pockets in the
least-muddy water that can
be found. Spinnerbaits and
frog-type lures are good in
this area. Fish them close
to grass and wood struc-
ture.


Down south, where
water clarity is better, try
jigs around wood structure
up" the creeks. Look for the
best action here later in the
day when the sun is high.
Also ,try, flats brushpiles
with Carolina or Texas-rig
worms.'
No positive crappie
reports are available, but
hybrids have gotten active
of late. Trolling is the best
method right now.
Bream are very slow and
catfish reports are spotty.
LAKE. ANDREWS /
CHATTAHOOCHEE
RIVER -' Overall water
'conditions on , the
Chattahoochee are' likely
to take another down-turn
due to the recent frontal
passage.' Fishing for all
species is likely to be quite
slow over the next few
days, but should pick up as
soon as water conditions
stabilize.
Few boats are out at
present and even the bank
fishing for catfish is pro-
ducing few positive
reports.
(Generation schedules,
pool levels, and other such
information for area
waterways may be
obtained by calling toll-
free 1-888-771-4601.
Follow 'the recorded
instructions and access the
touch-tone for the
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more happiness & Good condition. $400. toshareinthesecretredpe. CHIPOLA COLLEGE
pleasure than you 229-758-3146 or 229- W is recruiting for the following
can imagine. Our 400-5184 alarie Managers full-time positions.
specially is long hair---As a " g"-
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breeds. We have a Want to wantedforthe Master's degree and 3 years full-time
good selection at PANAMA CITY&MARIANNA secondary or post-secondary advising
reasonable prices, sell y r KFCAREASTORES. or teaching experience required.
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best of food and in.ofy t.exerienceREGISTRAR
health care. We automobile? Medical dentalinsunce offered Masters degree plus three (3) years
welcome the 401K&greatbnus'potential. related experience in college Admissions
opportunity to show and Registration, or equivalent
them to you. Please P' lace a Sdaywo week,50hrs.requiredmin . combination of education and
call 334-692-5597 or Musipassbackgroiund(hck. experience required.
ce 334- 90-007 Classified d I aresnumeto:85-763-5523 DEGREE(S) MUST BE FROM A
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BLKT300 EA. 47 FEMALES Today! tmdy.waterstradt@kftacobellcom AND/OR UNIVERSITY
$350 ea. 334-791-5551 ' ww.jbswlthkfc.com APPLICATION DEADLINE:


Paramedic/Fire Fighter
Jackson County Fire Rescue is currently seeking a full-time
Paramedic/Firefighter. Must be a high school graduate or
equivalent and have some experience beyond obtaining the
required certifications for the position.
*Certification as a Paramedic by the Department of Health
- Bureau of Emergency Medical Services.
*Certification in Fire Fighting Standards.
*Certification in CPR and ACLS by the
American Heart Association
*Must have a valid FL driver's license. EVOC
Starting Salary $30,688.97 annually.
Employee health Insurance paid by the County,
member of FL Retirement System.
Information Technology Technician
Must be a high school graduate or its equivalent with two
years proven exp. working with automated systems,
or an Associates Degree in a field consistent with the
responsibility of the position. Must have a valid FL
drivers license prior to employment.
Starting salary: $22,269.00 annually.
Equipment Operator II
Must be a high school graduate and have some
experience driving heavy equipment. Must have a
valid class B Florida CDL prior to employment.
Starting salary: $18,074.00 annually.
Mechanic II
Must be a high school graduate, including or
supplemented by course work in automotive mechanics, and
2 to 3 yrs. of exp. as an automotive mechanic. Must have a
valid FL Class B,CDL with Hazmat endorsement prior to
employment. Starting salary: $22,269.00 annually.
Employment application and job description may
be obtained from www.jacksoncountyhr.org/ or
HR Dept. 2864 Madison St., Marianna, FL 32448.
Closing date for all vacancies is 12-21-09.
Drug-Free Workplace/EOE/V.Pref/ADA/AA


Contact Human Resources at
(850)718-2269, Monday through Friday,
8:00 am to 4:00 pm for application details.
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER


32' Sanyo TV, $75 Canning Jars: qts Decorations & lights, Large Radio Ryder Roll-top desk, solid
850-482-7888 $4.50, pts $4, jelly $10 OBO, 850-557- Horse, makes gallop- oak w/oak rolling
54" PROJECTION TV- ars $8 850-579-2618 2394/592-2615/394- ing noises, like new chair. Great cond.
54" PROJECTI7567 $65 850-526-0094 $250 850-593-5346
Excellent condition. Christmas ornaments _______ -----------
$400 FIRM & lights $5 OBO 850- Delta tool box, fits Thomas Bed- Thomas
(850)482-2636 579-2618 sm truck, good shape Law Enforcement the Train Toddler
5 x 8 trailer w/side Christmas trees, $10 5 850-526-7277 Boots, Black, Bed. $30 (850)482-
panels, back slide - $20 OBO, 850-557- Disney Fun Barbie Womans size 9 $50 8290
door w/ramp $500 2394/592-2615/394- Collector Doll. In box. 850-209-1622 ___-----
850-526-7277 7567 Value $45 now Treadmill, brand
AM/FM cassette Christmas Trees: $108504827888 Lg. computer desk new, automatic, pd
stereo $20 850-569- Prelit $20, Unlit $10 Elliptical excercize w/4 drawers & 2 cab- $550 wants $350 850-
2194 850-579-2618 machine. Good cond. nets. Good cord. 593-5103
$150 850-593-5346 $100 850-593-5346
Apple Kitchen Items- Computer chair $10 Woodburning stove,
HUGE collection. Call 850-482-7888 Gun- 1903 mauser brand new, never
for details. $100- 8mm $175,5pr. Nascar Collection, used $400 850-593-
(850)482-8290 Crib- Convertible crib nightvision $175 cars, jackets, hats, 5346
ARTIFICIAL XMAS with mattress. Near (850)352-2553 pictures and more.
ARTIFCIA MS 1-10.$45 (850)482- $40 ea. (334)793-1106
TREE- BEAUTIFUL 8' 8290 Heavy pine tables, 1 $40 eaX Box w/games $65
BLUE SPRUCE $50 coffee, 2 end $100 for 850-272-8967
(850)592-2507 Crystal Flutos, Bohe- all. OBO 850-579- Refrigerator-Maytag
AudovoxCruise mia, new in box, $40 2618white side by side, XMAS HOUSES- ALL
Control- still in box, 850-272-8967 Swivel Rocker, like ice and water in the CAROLE TOWN 11
fits most cars $75 Digital Converter $10 new, green, $50 850- door. $295 (850)209- PCS. NICE $5 EA
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Dutch e40ft. -ft� r T Honda '07 Civic EX nancldsmobileg 800-470- Orange1200R, Vance tan, SUV. Auto. 6-cyl. 3500,1 Ton, Sharpe side, REDUCED, l
men '08 Lincoln Town Car ole a sver, cope, 5sp, 06509am/9pm & Hines Short Shots AWD 42,000, Loaded, Duramax, 66L Dually MUST SELL,Lafayette Street, Ma-
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blue. XM radio. CD. onar, mi. $5.500 all (334) H 97, Fatboy, Pew- runs well, low miles, cab ext bed. Loaded property at pub-
onitio$23,900., oo. 12.000 m te. DVD player& Black, lowered, new tires, sunroof, $23,000. FORD26K77, F100,350, Florida, at the hour
334-793-23344064555 16.900.$374-797087 5 down. 0% Inter- of 9:30 am. C12k mi leather int. ST or as
est. Daylight Auto Fi- Harley Sportster 06' y Ford '68 FIOO step soon thereafter as
Dutchmen 40 Honda '07 Civic EX nancng 8-40- Orange 1200R,Vance tan,SUV.Auto.69-464-0985cy 3500, Ton, Sharpe, s ide, REDUCEDossible, will offer
SChevroleter HONDA silver, coupe, sp, 0650 am/educed: & Hines ShortDeluxe Shots, AWD. 42,000, Loaded, Duram$30 ax, 6.6L, Dually MUST SELL, runs bidder or bidders for
Tra ailer '06e , LT. Maroon wth gray 39K miles, $13,200 or Ran '99 Rover HSE braided lines, 8,900 Power steering, CD, Tow Pkg/power trail- great 18K mi. black, Defendant Gary
Ss $2,100.er334-803-2819. an 99 riht H da VT 1800 men t of costs andrights, title,
38-iDSts, soaedpr, ior. cD yoLnet r B 334-308-1112 . fully loaded, 115K mi 57,995.794-8037 A/C, AM/FM. stereo, ing mirrors, crew MSTA $5,5iCospers, ihe te
2Like nw. $20,500 sunrMoa m . 12.00 net. m i., $5,500, Call (334) HD '97, Fatboy, Pew- runs well, low miles, cab, ext. bed. Loaded J. 1 . said property at pub-
S whee, .000 mles. 797-0768 ter & Black, lowered, new tires, sunroof, $23,000. FORD '77, F100, 350, lic outcry and will
334-406-4555 2004 Honda exterirc charc$6.900.34-7970987 ** Reduced: LEXUS garage kept.2kmi, leatherintvery 2007CFCopperCannon V8, long wheelbase, sellthe same,subjact
reliners, free stand- edition. One O wner ter AB'92 Runs greatrix DiMust see. Like OBO clean like new, Keystone th wheel ks the American with
NADA. 334-793-0095. Looks good $4,000, Cdale 850-352-4342 $22,00. 334-792- w/ 2 slides, sharp to 334-735-5404 judgments, ifany, to
ie 3.Honda0. '03Shadow.3076. Call for details sO RD'77 100 the highest and best






334-791-4192004 Uncoln 98K $3,995 CLEAN Volkswaen-06 Bee . 3 $2,500. 334-735-5404 $3000 5B4 ticipate in ths pro-
Towncar, Silver. HONDA '87 ACC 2ORD 97* Reduced: LEXUS Ace Deluxe, 750 CC, 42 HP Case 850 rsel bidder or bidders for
Great Condition. silver hatch back, '92 Runs greatly lots of accessories nTao T 0.oe 6cy.,se
Need to Sell sp, a/c. Good cond. Looksgood $4,000, 24Kmiles, $3500 black w/tan int fully 334-805-4906. base, runs & looks CASH the procds
S$12,844. ll 618-4533 Re-built motor Jack 239-46-0985 e IRM. 334-494-6808 loaded, na $10500.$28,500 good. $2,500.00. to be applied as far
01,/2 slTonidTowable 334-793-0095. $2,1eretta00. $1200 334 rodba 1993 right Honda 03 VTX 1800 334 333 6401 334-735-5404mpaired, (TDD 1-800-
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s do t hand drive steering Exc. Cond34 8. Red in col- Cab, runs great the above-described
tub with shower, Los od 340 Station Wagons0 lvy Alabi interested
CHEVROLET '09 Honda '93 Accord, wheel, new trhnsmis- or new chromeL go $
W&D, CHA. Lots of Malibu LT, remote green, 4-door, cold sian, new timing belt,$6200. 334-308-1395 oo0.$334-493-7712 parties may view the
extra's. $20K:334- start, 9,200 miles, AC, new engine, tires, and brakes, vehic5 Tractores one half
347-4626/333-0309. 4 door, automatic $3800. 334-792-8018 many more new Hon da '07 Shadow
Jaco '08 Eagle transmission, Like parts low mileage. red/bk flames $4500. hevyP '05oly unterado. greenhour prior 94to saleWN O at
291RLTS, 5th wheel 2006 Mercury Grand New condition, silver i Call for more detales 726-1434/677-5489 Only 53,000 miles. 9:00 am CST.
rear living, dual Marquis. Great Con- exterior, charcoal in- Turbo. AT. sun229-524-2451 roof. NDA09 2305668260 CRF One Owner. Immac-NUMBER20-3
recliners, free stand- edition. One Owner terror, 2WD, ABS, AC, Toyota '05 Matrix Dirt Bike. Like new, late. 334-793-0095 IneAccordanc with
ing table w/4 chairs, Less than NADA. AMConvertiblFM, bucket seats Gas Saver, Nice Car Still under warranty. '96 Ciera SL CHEVY '66, custom disabilities act per-
queen bed, 3slides, 334-793-0095 CD, cruise, driver $500 down $250 per $2,800 or best Olds'sons with disabilities
Like new only 28Kw airbag, PL, PS, PW 30,000 miles, like nw runs& oaks alu od. ra Excellent running needing AMspecial ac-






















gen smki SAT, 2pTV, 2 airbag, passengred, bluem/black, GPS. V, rims LoV8 of exprasb LAND DEVELOPMENT
334-791-4192 $22,auto000. (903)467- YUNDIA '01 XG300 Hatcher 334-791-8243 $3225. 334-790-7959 Needs some work. REGULATIONScondition. Restore commodatin to par-
tow/brake system, 110K $12,495 CLGREAT & out.119K, moving $500. 339820 -$2,500. 334-735-5404 $3000 King Cab Bla ticpatek TIO n this pro-











'GOOD Jeep Wrangler CLASSIS. WEST MAIN ov eseas. $12,000. lers-Tractors 'Auto trans only _ K TOSECTION1.5a,
8418ChevyO'7CRLaESn.Volkswag334-677-6715 ceeding should con-
Chevrolet '93 Cap- MAIN CAR SALES LLC miles, 40MPG, load- To Dodge 98 Ram 1500 mi.tact te AFactory Warr. PROVIDING FOR
A 6 $ rice, white, 70K 334-699-5880. ed. $16,000. 334-897- 350 Engine. 57500 i n do inatVr telephone
miles, extra clean, 2497 or 334-672-1655 42 HP Case 850- 594-3282 number 850-482-9624
2006 Mercury new tires, $4300. /i nternationalTrac- ext. 402 not later
Mariner. Premier, V 334-792-8018 Volkswagon '69 Duel Kawasaid 09' ZX14 tor w/ 8 implements 1 thEn seven (7) days
STONE OUGAR Must Sell. $14,300.Port 1600, eng. over- Monster energy ed- $10,500. 850-263-7406 prior to the proceed-
on E Co aChevroletp94haul Dec. '08. New tie tion. 6 pips, ower B i Ihearing im-
01,1/2 TonTowabl 334-793-0095 hBerettard & so1200,ft tops au $14r oints, steer- command high Bshhog 9044, field paubic hearing at1-800-
Fifth Wheel, lots of 3- 334-596- loaded, 102490 amner, noma- miflw air filter lo33)680585 w ready, shelter kept GMC '95 Yukon 55-870 via the
up grades very nice, Chevy '03 Tahoer rus 2300. milesilverado $10,500 OBO.334- Z71, 4 wheel drive, lorida Relay Service.
gas . $100 $11,684000. 334 685 Sales LLC 1919 Mored Motor Scooter V6 vortex, a/t, a/c 701-4264/701-8670 2009
850-718-5243. 3921 or 334-795 8411 West Main Street condition - 05 FORD TW 15 Tractor 160K m ng Edge Exc. excellent cemond.2009.
DCHEun '78028I2pal door,(34) c0 E $ 1 05, 200mi, Blue,I
o$CHEVY'08mpala, (334)0699-580 5 1650 850- 258-1638 w/cab, 140hp, exc. $4,000 o (D) 334- Louis S. Roberts, III OF
sLow M e ste reo, Like new. A59 Red Kawasaki 09' � cultivator sold sep. e On NoEWWN Flori-
rVOnly $ 39 $12500 ao , 334-798-0 Ninja Like New 250R 334-701-1836 Dodge '08 Quad cab, Navstar 98 Eagle, a
5th Wheel '06 RV O - r 3,00.b 334- - - w/ jacket 3,500. mi. 5.7 Hemi, loaded, with 525E Cummings da
Outback by Sidney, Call 334-793-0095 186, 334-712-9171. VOLVO '04 40 110K $3,995. 3346923211 Lilliston 6000, field $16,500.334-796-8174 engine, new tires, all
sleeps 6w/living rm Chey '$6,40079 Impala, West Main Car $6,500 WEST MAIN Leave Mess readyrsion, shelter m., Super Crew Cab equipment included A copy of the entire
slide, extras, rebuilt trans and t MaCAR SALES LLC n Street Black, Motorcycle 1000. 334-347-4283 50 Dodge 97 Ram excellent running viewed at the Town
$15,000. 334-347-7976 engine, 3rd owner, 1919 WEST MAIN ST or 334.447-2572 1500 --cab 360 $10,500.
Concord Coachman ready to drive, ripe (334) 699-5880 Motorcycles 5000334-6995880miles. MASSEY Ferguson Magnum 4 barrel-494-2823 or 334-
05 Motor Home. 23' to customizeBO 8$2000-447- t $7900 Wes VERY NICE CAR. 240 mod '85 41 HP hFordolly hunter green,Street, Greenwood,
ong2700mi, Take -fisher1919 West Mai St. VW 00 ew Beetle deisel tractorS5.900 Custom fiberglass GREthat pursuant q ENWOO,

















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t2503 FordirEdge O BO R4 leaner, S2 CD8/00Cat- scoop, stainless b 2 NUMBER 2009-03
593Player-Ref5103 /Frez EW 6 HD Dna Wide Ford m/ cause wherein inn& bumpers
ad. mRunse0 80 Nsette. runs great ex- REDUCEDII Honda 06 ' Vans Snap on tread I CE OF
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microwavee aovens- 3-4- L578-1482 c jeff@ g fvery clean, ballga lme .o0' oM F15u Lab Case Number 07- IRRIGATED HAYFIELD
sis 8.1 gas engine, 3347930095 $i. good 0095 than 5,500. 334-790-2144 garuiskeptowner exc k6 ounty Florida have AT AM ON THURS
22k m., noo Knight06, cnd in & 7kwout.5,100. VWazda'06 PaRXss 2007 YZF250, at load- cond. 6,900 mi. p keved upon all the DAY. DECEMBER 3



















iSave $25Kor more. packsOBO 334-494-3555 cond shape and we main- . n alum. racing D A, AMENDING THE
Diesel, 3 sl, SAT 2 TV, 2 334-494-2784500 tained. $40blue 00blak, GPS. Buy $600. 334-714-402866 rims Lots of e s t of LAthe above 3:30 PM ON DECEM-
A/mi, auto leveling,rades talit radio, new Toy chopper 110cc Needs some work. REGULATIONS BY
cam. Roadmaster JAGUAR 95JST tires, like new is,de eng..05. Like new $6000. OBO GNissan 09CoserTitan SE ADDING AN ADDI-
tow/brake system, 110K $12,495 GREAT & out. 119K, moving 500. 334984-2044 34-657-0755. V8 King Cab Black TIONAL DEFINITION
'05 Jeep Wrangler CLASSIS. WEST MAIN overseas. $12,000. Auto trans only 5K TO SECTION 1.Na
limited 41k mi, Corvette '81 CAR SALES LLC 334-347-0414 w/sldeout 19,0 CHRYSLER 05 Town/ Dodge 98 Ram 1500 mi. Factory Warr. PROVIDING FOR32431. CALL
Auto air, 6 cyl, $75k 2007 Ford Escape. Automatic 350 334-6995880. VW '08 Jetta Country LX. 55,000 Xcab. $575 down 0% power windows, SEVERABILITY, AND
runsw/jeep, 60k without Loaded, Below NADA. (Silver) sell as is JEEP '06 ranger, , mi, Loaded, Great interest DaylightAu- Tilt Cruisebed ROVIDexc.condNG AN
jeep $ both in great ______,900.'Wa93-_ $500.OBO,1-8-67-613.$8500.0 0- $25,99 BOrrunning 4-ds EFFECTIVE DATE..
milescond. selling due to $16,9BMW003230095 $62K00.B soft top, 49K miles, 2 $250 down $249 per cond. $500. to Financing. see! $14,700. and on the 14th day
health. Fin, avail. @ 334-774-1915 door, auto. 4 wheel month Call Ron Ellis . 334-677-3613. 470-0650 9am/pm






















Peoples First, Wak damage.ri6000. 7.995.ve. 15,000 334- 334-714-0028 $16,900.334-791-2812 334r795 Voyager. DODGE RAM '0334-794-3525 of DecemberDATE. This rdi-
850-352-2810 FirstW-C. ___685-0846 T Triumph (Daytona V6, auto. seats 8. 5.7 Hemi. silver.2wd, nance is effective
850Do52dg 2840. Car Sales LLC SJeepporty98Classics Antiques Tpe) 955 FST Sport power, am/m cass. 76K mi., many extras upon adoption.
long, good shape, soft Sync with Voice $10.500. 229-7683798 '69 Chevellemi.$12000 black, LS 31K mi. A/Cobo., 334-435-6320 Council November
A/C everything Convertible SBC, au- 693-9390mor701-5588 2832 an o e





















wa r,$2500850- One Owner, $18,000. r additi tacto Mercuryy 91 Couar t 3e05 Carava at a duly advertised
569- 2502 334- 7930095 hard &asoft fa0tops aus lRuns & Drives Great. dua air, DVD, pwr public hearing at
334-793-0095 hard & soft tops au- $14,900obo. windows locks, ic
Fleetwd. Bdr 07' 3- to, loaded, 102K mi. (334)618-0585 good condition which a quorum was
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2fbp, wk. horse, 8.1 cond, $11,900. 334- Chevy - 85 Silverado65 55Toyota '09 Tundra, t voted in favor,
gas, 5,900 mi. $100k 684-2006 Completely restored Ford '01 Winstar Van, $16,500, clear title, is day of De-
OBO 334-898-1201 Datsun '78 280Z 2+2 '04 Optima LX, Excellnt condition Vmax white, leather & pwr F ' RangerEdge Excee 2009.
oriinoaoO ' o tne ik ' s door, cylinder 350 Engine $10,000 am
I dn Gn5 owner, 5 anniv. edition in seats, pwr steering, 76,000 es, 4 cyl, Condition! ATTEST:
nlte L uellnjected, 44,00 m ile sr_ flame red, excel. dual airbags: cargo 5 see 0ne tires dewayne4l@live. TOWN COUNCIL OF
sed n excellent $5995. Model A 1929,.2 dr, cond., 6K mi. 1198cc carrier Incud Excellent$5895com THE TOWN OF
ru sr some 334-790-7959 407-453-3142 334-790-7959 323-892-0861 GREENWOOD,
rustm runs butoneeds excellent driver, has & incl. sissy barck
work. 52500 080 850- matching trailer. guard. cover & trickle Ford '02 3/4 ton Rag 9333 ________ F LOID
579- 2136 Iv sg$15,000. 850-482-6632 chger, $6,200. 334- cab. 82k miles 5000 LegalAds Suzanne M. NeSmith,
850-596-8475 333-5854 or email 850-209-4799 oayiTown Clerk
FORD '76 Motor Dodge 00' Stratus t wkess@comcast.net 850-482-3441 eves
home. Good cond. 1 2007 Volvo S80.2 very dependable hi- Charles Sanders,
ACtopneedsfreon. leather, loaded, sun- miles, greattcond. ev- -leBUYaM EEeordm'02F1oXLLT,3 CayFr
o$2,500. ob 334-798- roof, $23,500. 334 e thing works. 28 PONTC - 67 mp red, 4WD, Tritonayor
1768/334-701-5516 6851070 MPG $2,450. 334-616- LEXUS '00 E300 98K nT 06 FORD04WIteE 5 4L en4, 68
9$6,400 West Main Car $20,000 00. BLUE Roadstar 1700cc Conversion, 42K ml, mi., Super Craw abAcopyofthe
Sod ' a Sales LLC 1919 WHITE. (334)389-0554 new tires, dvd, seats good tires, tool box, NOTICE OF ordinance can be re-
Dodge '85 150 Royal SatestLLCr9l9ooWHITE.(CMainStrn8eeatdBlack,Motorcycle.a7,rgoodE$ 1, 13,Y500. 334-894E12i2
SE, Automatic Slant West Main Street 7, good condo. $11,000 SHERIFFS SALE -viewed at the Town
S6, original 70K mi (334) 699-5880 Motorcycles 5000 miles. Vance obo. 334-308-1112 or 334-494-2823 Hall, 4207 Bryan
2500 O O 850 7 HinesCExhaustSysa Ford'84 Econoline Fordl'04Ranger, 101K Street, Greenwood,
2856 te. 4 helmets and Van Good cond. miles, manual, new NOTICE IS HEREBY Florida. If you ave
2008Hd Fiser '07 1710 60.hp gel cushion. One 51800. 334-791-9099 tires. $4400o OO. GIVEN that pursuant questions, please call
Four Winds '99 na RMercury 4 str, fully owner, garage kept. 334-693-0685 - to a levy issued in Charles Sanders or
Loaded. Like New. d, garage keptL e Ford '98 Windstar, the Circuit Court of Suzanne M. NeSmith
t o t3-05Less than hrs. Warr. $475 down,0% Inter- Jackson County, Flor- at the Town Halt 850-
20K, New tires, DVD until 2013.$9,875*618-5833 est. Daylight Auto Ff- Ida on the 5th of Oc- 594-1216.
Player-Ref-s/Frez 00. 334-714-1543 LEXUS'02 RX 300 92K ' , nancing 1-800-470-. tober, 2009 in the
w/lce maker, Water WEST MAIN CAR Glide-FXDWG. Black. GMC '98 Savannah Hi it Union, is plaintiff CITY OFFICIALSEWILL
heater, hydraulic SALES LLC Like new. customs. top van. leather, and Gary Cosper, is BE HOLDING A BID
jacks, convection- 1919 WEST MAIN ST 6600 mii $14,750. 404- power, Q-bed, 2 TV's defendant, being OPENING FOR AN
/microwave oven - 334-699-5880 578-1482 jeiff very clean, ballgame FORD - '05 F150iLa1- case Number 07- IRRIGATED HAYFIELD
slide out. $25,500 2009 Lincoln MKS. Lincoln '99 Towncar. truthinson.com Yamaha'07 VStar ready! $4,395. 334- at, Loaded, 4x4, 5. 1145-SP in said court, AT THE WASTE WA-
AWD, Navigation, Cartier Edition, nice 2003 YZ125, bought 1300 Tour, fuelinject- 793-3494 / 333-1291 V-8.,Tow Package. I, Louis S. Roberts, Ill TER - SPRAYFIELD.
07934 - 58- $34,200. 793-0095. Ford 03' Explorer 4 72K miles $6995 new n 2005, has ess ed, cover & helmet, Lthr. sun rooft every as Sheriff of Jackson BIDDING WILL BEGIN
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2774 convertible., 69k Mazda 5,207' Grand gy,
miles. auto. Garage touring, exc cond re- '92 Goldwing, 60k miles. $2695. 334-693- towing package. new to the g de- CITY OF COTTON
TIOGA '04 Motor 2009 Lincoln Towncar kept $10,800 Firm meaning warr. 48K miles, red, exc. paint 5454 power steering scribed property, to- DALE AT 2659 FRONT
Home 24ft w/slideout 19,000 miles, only 334-596- 9966 mi. black $13,500-. & running cond.pumpw lea nw1C ALE
334-445-3652 or 256- $7000 850-445-2915 Star touring bike, oO 334-687-9845 or 4x4, S4LT,ully load- 1984 Toyota ruck 850-352-4361, IF YOU
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Tioga Arrow 27ft Mercedes '04 Benz HARLEY Davidson '01 334-796-8174 sunroof, �4d JT4RN66SZESO1063 TION
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Pow.brakes & steer- $17.000. 334-806-7190 5110003 p 6kept Chevrolet '06 1500 prerunner dbl cab, V- 1GTEK14K9PZ541474
runs well, low Mercedes 98'LK230. Harley Davidson 02' 58K, white, tan inter- tended cab. Good 79K mi. exc. cond
miles.air cond.Has BMW900 3231 102Klet o . Herte faid or. Sparkling clean cond., $9,500. OBO . must see! $14,700. and on the 14th day Classified Adsl
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850 526 2840. Car Sales LLC Sporty Look. Micro- cyl. Cd, 89K mi. many ext. to list Chevy Trailblazer 08'
1919 West Main St. soft Sync with Voice 510,500. 334-898-1201 4,600 mi. $12,000 black, LS 31K mi. A/C

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1971 Super Beetle, Limited 60K $9,995 - ' ' paenqer irba, P, 'WD. 44K, Great cond.
$30 each; Front & West Main Car Sales , ' Psenger airbag WD.44K Great cond.
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Automobiles Mis 334-701-1836 Cext. set of rims. mi., bose stereo, 334-726-6799.
Cadillac '94 3,500. 334-632- moon roo s , Harley Davidson'08 w .jcf ridan .com
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edition. 334-693-3980 saramyshelleturner@ clean, e new 4000 miles, year $8,95 West Main Car
yahoo.com $20,500 aba, 334-372- warrenty left. Sales LLC 1919 West '
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roof, very nice. 30K miles. $16,700. 8501.02.2790i
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Blue, cold AC, CD Kawasaki '08 Vulcan Nissan '07 Pathfinder 3
Player, smoked Honda '06 Civic, Gray Nissan '08 Versa 900 custom, 2400 SE, Black, Auto. 43K
DVp IN 161k mil 4dr, a/c, 5sp, power. Great Gas Mileage, miles, windshield, mi leather int., 3rd
T-Tops, 161k miles' 69,500 mi., Good gas Like New $500 down saddlebags, red. Re- mi. er in.,
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