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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:
2010
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 )
Genre:
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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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University of Florida
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Preceded by:
Times-courier (Marianna, Fla. : 1947)
Preceded by:
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An Apalachee Correctional
Institution inmate is accused of using
other prisoners' names and Social
Security numbers to obtain thousands
of dollars in tax rebates - while he
was behind bars. Mich
Michael W. Joseph III is charged Jos
with organized fraud involving
$50,000 or more, and seven counts of fraudu-
lent use of personal identification.
His mother, Deloris Werner, who allegedly
aided him in the scam, is charged with being
a principal to fraudulent use of personal iden-
tification. She is cooperating with authorities,
according to Assistant State Attorney Greg
Wilson.
Wilson said Joseph was known in the
prison yard as "H&R Block" because of his
tax-filing prowess. Joseph was also known as
a jailhouse lawyer, and filed motions on
behalf of inmates from time to time. Wilson
said it appears that while some inmates were
in on the tax scam, others either believed
their filings were legitimate or had no knowl-


in their names.
Wilson speculated that in some
cases, Joseph obtained inmates' infor-
S nation when he was filing motions in
court for them, and then used it with-
out their knowledge in the tax scam.
.In other cases, the inmates knew
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give him more than half the money
ph Ill they would receive in rebates. Wilson
said these inmates signed off to have the
money deposited in accounts established by
Joseph's mother in Tampa. His mother would
then send a portion of the money into the can-
teen funds of the inmates who were partici-
pating in the scam.
Wilson said it appears that 15 to 22 fraud-
ulent tax returns were filed by Joseph
between August 2008 and September 2009.
Wilson has only pursued three of the fraud
cases in court so far, and said that in all three
case the inmates had no idea their informa-
tion was being used for this purpose. These
inmates are not accused of any wrongdoing in
the matter.
Wilson said Joseph's mother'set up bank


ironically deposited by the IRS.
Wilson said she also led authorities to her
boyfriend's backyard, where $15,000 in cash
was buried in a glass jar. Wilson speculated
that some ofl" the money from the tax scamr
was hidden there in the early stages of the
operation as a test run, and as a way to ensure
there would be some money left if the bank
accounts were seized.
Wilson said the case has progressed to this
point because of alert Department of
Corrections staffers at ACI, who noticed that
multiple tax returns were being sent by one
inmate. They alerted authorities, and an
investigation began.
Wilson said DOC and the U.S. Postal
Service were key players in the investigation,
which was led by the Florida Department of
Law Enforcement.
If convicted, Joseph could face between
eight to 90 years in prison on these charges,
Wilson said.
Joseph had been in prison on after he was
convicted of grand theft and cocaine charges,
See INMATE, Page 5A D>


STAFF REPORT
A Marianna convenience store
clerk was robbed at gunpoint
Monday night, according to a
press release from the Jackson
County Sheriff's Office.
The clerk at Green's BP on
State Road 71 told deputies that a
man produced a dark-colored
semi-automatic handgun and
demanded money from the regis-
ter after he entered the store and
approached the counter around
8:30 p.m.
After the clerk complied, the
man left with an undisclosed
amount of money.
The robber is described as a
black man weighing about 200
pounds, and approximately 5
feet, 3 inches tall.
Anyone with information about
the incident is asked to call the
sheriff's office at 482-9624.


You can ring her bell


Bell choir

director

seeks recruits
By DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRI- ER
The enthusiastic director of the
handbell choir at First
Presbyterian Church in Marianna
is hoping io reciuit and teach
some new players. And she is
offering free lessons this month
to anyone who wants to give it a
try.
Lessons, will take place at the
church every Friday in January,
beginning this Friday, Jan. 8,
from 10 to 11 a.m. each morning.
Director Charlotte Hunter says
those interested don't have to
have any musical experience.
It helps, she said, to have good
rhythm and peripheral vision, so


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Rachel Chri.iopher
shne? Ihe,r hand bells
Tuesdo,' niht - Mark
Skinner / Floridan


She has led the JuBELLees
choir for the past seven years.
She has been playing bells for
two decades, ever since her choir
director in another town forced
her to learn. Hunter said she was
hooked from the start.
"It takes your mind of the
whole world," she said. "You're
concentrating on your two notes,
and it provides a great deal of
relaxation. It's all about rhythm
and motion. It's a beautiful
sound, and it gets to you after a
while."
She said it can also be reward-
ing, because' audiences are very
appreciative.
"We're not really supposed to
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Carol Homoney and Jackie
Homoney work on a tune dur-
ing a practice for the JuBELLees
Tuesday. - Mark Skinner /
Floridan


Chamber now accepting Holmes man charged

citizen of the year nominations with lottery ticket theft


STAFF REPORT
The Jackson County Chamber of Commerce is
currently accepting nominations for the 2009
Citizen of the Year award. The deadline for all nom-
inations is 5 p.m. Jan 21. The chamber will not be
accepting any late entries.
The nominations should be submitted in writing
and in a sealed envelope. They can be hand deliv-
ered to the chamber's office at the Russ House,
4318 Lafayette St. in Marianna, or mailed to the
chamber at P.O. Box 130, Marianna, FL 32447. The
envelopes should be addressed to the Jackson
County Chamber of Commerce/Citizen of the Year.
The winner will be announced and honored at the
chamber's annual banquet on Friday, Jan. 29. at the
National Guard Armory on U.S. Highway 90.
There are several ground rules that determine eli-


gibility. A nominee should have prominently partic-
ipated in a new or existing civic endeavor during
2009, which influenced or aided in the advance-
ment of a community ideal such as education, char-
ity, civic cooperation, beautification, patriotism, or
other area. The effort should have had a clear, dis-
cernible, positive impact on the citizens of Jackson
County. Nominees cannot be elected officials or
currently declared candidates for elected office, and
cannot be members of the chamber's board of direc-
tors, or chamber staff.
The nominee must also be at least 21 years old.
All nominations should include the reasons the
nominating party believes the person should be con-
sidered for the honor, as well as the name, address
and phone number of the nominating party.
Anonymous nominations lacking contact informa-
tion will not be accepted.


STAFF REPORT -
A Holmes County man
is accused of stealing cig-
arettes and lottery tickets
from a store in mid-
December and is being
held by authorities in
Alachua County. Jon Ai
Jon Austin Palmer, 25, Pain
is in the Alachua County
Jail on unrelated charges, but he
was recently identified as a sus-
pect in the Dec. 13 theft at the
Friendly Minnie Mart in Esto.
Palmer is charged with burglary
in the Esto case, and Holmes


County authorities say he
is accused of burglarizing
a church in Alachua
County.
� Alachua County
authorities also advise
that Houston County,
Ala., wants a hold on
ustin Palmer in relation to a
ner burglary there.
The Minnie Mart store
owner discovered on Dec. 13 that
the glass font door had been shat-
tered overnight and that several
cartons of cigarettes and hun-
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cold weather tips
STAFF REPORT
Jackson County has been
Facing cold temperatures
. over the past few weeks, and
Based on this week's forecast
the worst isn't over.
According to the Jackson
County Emergency
Management team, some of
the lows this week will be
hovering in the teens range,
with regional freeze warn-
ings in effect for the area.
According to a few con-
cerned local organizations,
these freezing temperatures
could potentially cause prob-
lems without the proper
People using space heaters preparations.
should keep flammable materi- City of Marianna officials
als at least three feet from them. are urging residents using a
- Mark Skinner / Floridan backflow preventer on their
water system to take precau-
tions this week to prevent the backflow systems from freezing.
A backflow preventer is a device that connects to a water sys-
tem and prevents contaminated water from reversing direction
and flowing backwards into a potable water system.
The device protects the user and the city at large from con-
tamination of the drinking water supply. The device is likely to
freeze in these low temperatures because it has water flowing
through it constantly, and is located above ground.
City officials say in low temperatures, backflows should be
wrapped and covered to prevent them from freezing.
According to a press release from the American Red Cross, all
qther exposed outdoor pipes should also be wrapped with insu-
lating material, to save on energy and prevent freezing.
Any outside faucets should be turned off and covered, and
hoses should be drained.
The release also states that residents in poorly insulated hous-
es may want to consider running water through all indoor pipes,
even at a: trickle, to help prevent them from freezing.
Another issue residents are facing when dealing with frigid
temperatures are the dangers associated with home heating
sources.
"Heating the home is expensive and one of the leading causes
of home fires," Red Cross official Scott Conner said. "We have
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FLORIDAN
Publisher - Valeria Roberts
vroberts@jcfloridan.com
Managing Editor - Michael Becker
mbecker@jcfloridan.com
Circulation Manager - Dena Oberski
doberski@jcfloridan.com


Contact Us
Telephone: (850) 526-3614
FAX: (850) 482-4478
E-mail: editorial@jcfloridan.com
Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 520, Marianna, FL 32447
Street Address:
4403 Constitution Lane
Marianna, FL 32446
Office Hours:
Weekdays, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Miss your paper?
Your should receive your news-
paper no later than 6 a.m., but if for
some reason it does not arrive call
the Floridan's customer service rep-
resentatives between 8 a.m. and 5
p.m. Monday-Friday aad 7-11 a.m.
on Sunday. The Jackson County
Floridan (USPS 271-840) is pub-
lished Tuesday through Friday and
Sunday mornings. Periodical
postage paid at Marianna, Fla.
Subscription
Rates
Home delivery: $11.23 per
month; $32.83 for three months;
$62.05 for six months; and $123.45
for one year. All prices include appli-
cable state and local taxes. Mail sub-
scriptions must be paid in advance.
Mail subscriptions are: $46.12 for
three months; $92.24 for six
months; and $184.47 for one year.
Advertising
The advertiser agrees that the
publisher shall not be liable for
damages arising out of errors and
advertisements beyond the amount
paid for the space actually occupied
by that portion of the advertise-
ments in which the error occurred,
whether such error is due to the
negligence of the publisher's
employees or otherwise, and there
shall be not liability for non-inser-
tion of any advertisement beyond
the amount paid for such advertise-
ment. This newspaper will not
knowingly accept or publish illegal
material of any kind. Advertising
which expresses preference based
on legally protected personal char-
acteristics is not acceptable.
How to get your
news published
The Jackson County Floridan will
publish news of general interest free
of charge. Submit your news or,
Community Calendar events via e-
mail, fax, mail, or hand delivery.
Fees may apply for wedding,
engagement, anniversary and birth
announcements. Forms are avail-
able at the Floridan offices.
Photographs must be of good qual-
ity and suitable for print. The
Floridan reserves the right to edit all
submissions.


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.


Community Calendar


January 6 - Wednesday
* Alcoholics Anonymous open meeting -
Wednesdays, 12-1 p.m. at the First United
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna, in the AA room.
* Chipola College Spring registration for
new and returning students is Jan. 6. Late
registration continues through Jan. 14. Call
718-2311; visit www.chipola.edu.

January 7 - Thursday
* Covenant Hospice offers its free month-
ly support group for caregivers of
Alzheimer's the-first Thursday of every
month, 1 p.m. at the Marianna office, 4440
Lafayette St., across from the courthouse.
Light refreshments will be served.
Registration required; call 482-8520 or 888-
817-2191.
* Chipola College Spring classes begin.
Late registration continues through Jan. 14.
Call 718-2311; visit www.chipola.edu.
* Application deadline is 4 p.m. for the
John Hudson Memorial Scholarship for the
Spring semester at Chipola College. The
$1,000 scholarship is available for tuition
and/or books. Applications available at
Chipola Foundation. Call 718-2445.
* Robert Glennon, author of
"Unquenchable: America's Water Crisis and
What to do About It," will speak at the
Chipola College Continuing Education
Center at 6 p.m. Call 526-2761, ext. 3248.
* Ted Walt VFW Post 12046 convenes its
monthly meeting at the old Senior Citizens
building on Wynn Street in Marianna. Pot
luck dinner at 6 p.m.; business meeting at 7
p.m. Call 272-6084.
* Chipola Show Choir presents
Jazzmatazz, Jan. 7-9, 7 p.m. nightly in the
Chipola Theatre. Tickets, $10 (adults) and-
$5 (18 and under), are available from Show
Choir members, in the the McLendon Fine
Arts Building lobby, or by phoning 718-
2277.
* Alcoholics Anonymous closed discus-
sion - Thursdays, 8-9 p.m. at the First
United Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia
St., Marianna, in the AA room. Attendance'


limited to persons with a
drinking.


desire to stop


January 8 - Friday
* The Jackson County Chamber of
Commerce First Friday (on second Friday)
Power Breakfast and Speaker Series - 7-
8:45 a.m. in the Jackson County Agriculture
Conference Center, 2741 Pennsylvania Ave.,
Marianna. Featured: Jamie Streetman, out-
going chairman, and Dr. Sarah Clemmons,
incoming chairman. Breakfast, networking
at 7 a.m.; program at 7:45 a.m.
* Every Friday in January, beginning on
'Friday, Jan. 8, Charlotte Hunter, the Director
of the JuBELLees, the handbell choir at the
First Presbyterian Church, will offer a begin-
ner handbells class, 10-11 a.m. The class is
open to anyone. You do not have to be a
member of the church, or have any musical
experience. Call Charlotte Hunter at 482-
7565, or e-mail rosebelhunter@aol.com.
* The Southeastern Community Blood
Center mobile unit will be at Courtyard at
the Millpond 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., or donate
blood at the center, 2503 Commercial Park
Drive in Marianna, Monday-Friday, 9 a.m. to
6 p.m. Call 526-4403.
* Celebrate Recovery hosts adult and teen
meetings to "overcome hurts, habits and
hang-ups in a safe environment" Fridays at
Evangel Worship Center, 2645 Pebble Hill
Road. Dinner at 6 p.m. (free for first-time
guests); meeting at 7 p.m. Child care avail-
able. Call 209-7856, 573-1131.
* Chipola Show Choir presents
Jazzmatazz, Jan. 7-9, 7 p.m. nightly in the
Chipola Theatre. Tickets, $10 (adults) and
$5 (18 and under), are available from Show
Choir members, in the the McLendon Fine
Arts Building lobby, or by phoning 718-
2277.
* Alcoholics Anonymous open meeting -
Fridays, 8-9 p.m. at the First United
Methodist Church,, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna, in the AA room.

January 9 - Saturday
* Anna Layton leads the Friends of Florida


Caverns State Park Birding Field Trip,
departing from the Blue Hole parking lot at
9:30 a.m. at Florida Caverns State Park. Free
with paid park admission: $4 for an individ-
ual in vehicle or $5 per vehicle (up to eight
occupants). Picnic lunch, binoculars, sug-
gested. Call 482-1228.
* The second anniversary meeting of the
William Dunaway Chapter, Florida Society,
Sons of the American Revolution, will be at
Jim's Buffet and Grill with the Dutch treat
meal starting at 11 a.m. The 2010 officers
will be installed by NW Florida Region V.P.
Ed Young, Pensacola. The program will be
an audio CD presentation of George
Washington's "Sacred Fire of Liberty and
Freedom." Anyone interested in SAR is wel-
come. Call 594-6664.
* The 10th Annual Florida Bull Test Sale is
at the North Florida Research and
Education Center Bull Sale facility west of
Greenwood, on US Highway 162. Bulls will
be available for viewing prior.to sale. Lunch
by the Malone FFA, available 11:30 a.m.
Sale begins at 12:30 p.m. For a sale catalog
of the 55 bulls in the sale, contact the
Jackson County Extension office, 482-
9904.
* Alcoholics Anonymous open meeting -
Saturdays, 4:30-5:30 p.m. at the First
United Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia
St., Marianna, in the AA room.
* Chipola Jazzmatazz, entitled "My
Favorite Things," Jan. 7-9, 7 p.m. nightly in
the Chipola Theatre. Tickets, $10 (adults)
and $5 (18 and under), are.available from
Show Choir members, in the the McLendon
Fine Arts Building lobby, or by phoning 718-
2277.

January 10 - Sunday
* Little Windows (music duo Mark Weems
and Julee Glaub) will play a mix of
Appalachian and Irish music at 4 p.m. as
part of the St. Luke's Episcopal Church Fine
Arts Series. An artists reception will follow.
Donations for the fine arts series accepted
at the door. St. Luke's is at 4362 Lafayette
St. in Marianna. Call 482-2431.


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POLICE ROUNDUP


MARIANNA POLICE
The Marianna Police
Department listed the fol-
lowing incidents for Jan.
4, the latest available
report: One hit and run
incident, one reckless
driver, one
suspicious --7--., .
vehicle, one ~ _ -
report of ill- -
ness, one, CRIME
larceny com- . " "
plaint, one
subject shot, one dog
complaint, one sex
offense, one assist of
another agency, two pub-
lic service calls, two war-
rants served, 17 traffic
stops and one 911 hang-
up.


JACKSON COUNTY
SHERIFF'S OFFICE
The Jackson County
Sheriff's Office listed the
following incidents for
Jan. 4, the latest available
report: Three abandoned
vehicle reports, five suspi-
cious vehicles, one suspi-
cious person, five infor-
mation reports, one bur-
glary, one verbal distur-
bance, one armed robbery,
one vehicle fire. one med-
ical call, four burglar
alarms, four traffic stops,
two larceny complaints,
three criminal mischief
complaints, one trespass,
one illegally parked vehi-
cle, one juvenile com-
plaint, one fight in


progress, one animal com-
plaint, one assist of a
motorist, one assist of
another agency, one child
abuse complaint, two pub-
lic service calls, three
transports and one
threat/harassment com-
plaint.
JACKSON COUNTY
CORRECTIONAL
FACILITY
The following people
were booked into the
county jail during the lat-
est reporting periods:
- Kenneth Penland. 27,
7911 Sherry St., Sneads.
hold for Walton County.
- Jodi Ellis, 21. 3253
Twin Peaks Lane,


Marianna, violation of
conditional release-bat-
tery (domestic violence).
- Christopher Strother,
20, 4734 Conner Drive,
Crestview, sentenced to
180 days.
- Cameron Crutchfield,
24, 2873 Salem Church
Road, Sneads, violation of
state probation-possession
of listed chemicals.
- Michael Joseph, 50,
9209 West Patterson St.,
Tampa, organized fraud of
$50,000 or more, seven
counts of fraudulent use
of personal ID.
- Cynthia Kelly, 32,
19640 Ross Road,
Fountain, hold for Bay
County.


- Norris Wynn, 32, 600
Brickyard Road, Chipley,
hold for court.
- Phillip Patterson, 24,
1644 Frankie Lane,
Chipley, eight counts of
worthless checks.
- Donna Gabriel, 32,
1468 NW 61st St., Miami,
failure to appear-assault,
two counts of failure to
appear-felony battery.
JAIL POPULATION:
197
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, January 6, 2010 - 3A


Girl Scout Cookie season under way


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
Girls Scouts from across the
19 counties of the Florida
Panhandle will take preorders
for cookies from Jan. 1 through
Jan. 25. Cookies will be deliv-
ered to customers starting Feb.
13.
The price is $3.50 per box.
The preorder period guarantees
customers both availability and
that they will receive their
favorite cookies. Girl Scout


Cookie booths begin Feb. 20.
"The cookie product program
provides the girls with an oppor-
tunity to learn business skills,
including customer service,
budgeting and planning," said
Raslean M. Allen, CEO of the
Girl Scout Council of the
Florida Panhandle.
"Through the Gifts of Caring
program, girls take action
through service projects that
directly benefit others, giving
customers the option to pur-


chase cookies to donate to an
identified organization."
The Gifts of Caring program
assists the troops overseas.
This year's cookie line
includes the all-time favorites:
Thin Mints, Samoas, Tagalongs,
Do-Si-Dos, Trefoils and Lemon
Chalet Cremes.
New to the cookie lineup this
year is the Thank U Berry
Munch cookie. This new cookie
has cranberries that provide a
sweet tartness to accompany the


creamy white fudge chips.
According to a press release
from the Girl Scouts, the cookie
has zero trans fats and no hydro-
genated oils.
The Girl Scout Council of the
Florida Panhandle serves 7.150
girls and 2,400 volunteers
across 19 counties of the Florida
Panhandle.
To volunteer or join Girl
Scouts, contact the local council
office at 1-888-271-8778 or
visit www.gscfp.org.


Girl Scouts,


Woodturning Show and


Expo at Landmark Park


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
On Feb. 6, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., the
Wiregrass Woodturners will host the first
annual Woodturning Show and Expo in
the Stokes Activity Barn at Landmark
Park.
The show will be free with paid gate
admission, and will include demonstra-
tions of woodturning, including power
turning and the spring pole lathe.
Bill Nichols, Wiregrass Woodturners
member, has made bowls, vases, pens and
pencils, Christmas ornaments and more.
Several of these handmade products will
be on sale at the event.
"If you can dream it, you can turn it,"
Nichols said. ,
Vendors will also carry lathes, tools and
other wood turning-related products.
The show is hosted by the Wiregrass
Woodturners, part of the National
Association of Woodturners. The national


Northeast Jackson County Optimists

to sponsor essay contest for students


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
The Optimist Club of Northeast
Jackson County is encouraging north-
east Jackson County students to con-
template the question, "The Internet:
Today's Evolution or Tomorrow's
Menace?" as part of the Optimist
International Essay Contest for 2010.
The Optimist Club will judge the
local students' essays, based on the
theme, and determine the winners.
Local winners will- receive cash
prizes, and the winning essay will be
sent to the district level. Essays will
be judged at the district level, and


each district will send top entries to
the international level.
College scholarships are available
for top winners at the district and
international levels.
"Young students today have so
many fresh ideas about the world and
their future," club President Karen
Fader said.
"As Optimists, it is our goal to
encourage them and do what we can
to bring out the best in each of them.
This gives them a wonderful opportu-
nity to tap into their creativity and
pursue possible scholarships at the
same time."


Students wishing to participate in
the essay contest must be under 19
years old as of Dec. 31, 2009. Essays
must be submitted by Jan. 19, 2010.
Interested participants can find out
more about the contest by contacting
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members in 3,600 clubs throughout
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Marianna Duplicate Bridge club results


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
The Marianna Duplicate Bridge
Club plays bridge on Monday
afternoons in the St. Luke's
Episcopal Church Parish Hall.


For the week of Jan. 4, the win-
ners were as follows:
First place - Douglas Parker
and Kurt Opferman.
Second and third place -
Bobbie Fenster and Veronna


Gustafson of Dothan, Ala., tied
with Sara Lewis and Ida Deal of
Dothan.
Fourth place - Elaine Yost of
Dothan, and Armin Kunkler of
Bonifay.


Fla. Literacy Coalition announces photo contest


organization has about 35,000 members
nationwide, with 25 to 30 local members.
The Wiregrass Woodturners meet at
Landmark Park on the first Saturday of
each month for a business meeting and
turning demonstration. These meetings are
open to the public.
Admission to Landmark Park is $4 for
adults, $3 for kids and free for park mem-
bers.
Landmark Park, home of the Alabama
Agricultural Museum, is a 100-acre histor-
ical and natural science park located on
U.S. Highway 431 North in Dothan, Ala.
For more information, contact the park at
334-794-3452.

(Photo) The Wiregrass Woodturners
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Marriages
Dec. 21-Jan.1
* Adam Blake Carr and
Jacqueline Michele Sans.
* Tonie Elizabeth Davis
and Kenneth C. Thompson
Jr.
* Alphia Ransom Allen
and Terence Elliott
Blackshear.
* Daniel Lee Mason and
Ronna Lee Mason.


* Wesley Alan O'Connor
and Kristy Lynn Wikle.
* Joseph William Fowler
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Divorces
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BY MARSHA MERCER
A New Year's message
from the president on vaca-
tion:
"First of all, I wish every-
body a Happy New Year. (The
new year) is going to be a
great year for America. And
we will continue to pursue
our mission in fighting terror.
We'll work hard to make sure
our economy rebounds. But
most of all, the nation will
continue to embrace the cul-
ture of compassion..."
It's only a matter of time
before we get Osama bin
Laden, the president said. In
the new year, we'll make sure
the health-care system works
and people will get good jobs.
That was President George
W. Bush in Crawford, Tex.,
on Dec. 31, 2001.
No wonder most Americans
believe the 2000s were a bust.
The decade was a "long,
hard slog" and not only, as
Defense Secretary Donald
Rumsfeld predicted in 2003,
in Afghanistan and Iraq. As
we celebrate a new year and
begin a new decade, war, ter-
rorism and a troubled econo-
my remain our toughest prob-
lems.
We just had a terrorist inci-
dent in which the nation's
homeland security system


"failed miserably," Homeland
Security Secretary Janet
Napolitano conceded. She
first tried to say the system
worked fine.
Only the quick-thinking and
courageous passengers and
crew of Northwest Flight 253
thwarted the alleged plan of
Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab
to blow up the Detroit-bound
plane on Christmas Day. Had
the heroes not acted, the 23-
year-old Nigerian extremist
could have succeeded in
killing more than 200 inno-
cents. Despite being on a ter-
rorist watch list,
Abdulmutallab was able to.
board the flight with explo-
sives sewn in his pants.
The economy seems to be
slowly recovering from an
historic recession, but mil-
lions remain unemployed and
millions have lost their
homes. As for the culture of
compassion Bush lauded, it's
hard to see it in the fog of tea
parties and hate talk.
' This year started with soar-
ing optimism as peaceful
throngs filled the nation's cap-
ital for the inauguration.
President Barack Obama
promised to bring change to
Washington, but the tone has
gotten worse. He's inching
ahead on his signature issue,
health-care reform, but most


people say they no longer
want it.
As we enter 2010, cranki-
ness reigns. Only about one
person in four has a positive
impression of the last decade,
according to a Pew Research
Center survey taken a few
weeks ago. Asked what word
best describes the 2000s, peo-
ple said "downhill," along
with poor, decline, chaotic,
disaster, scary and depressing.
But wait. All is not lost.
Here's a glimmer of, uh, hope
amid the gloom. We aren't
giving up. The resilience of
the American people is show-
ing through.
Nearly six in 10 Americans
believe the next decade will
be better, the Pew survey
found.
People like some of the
technological and social
changes of the 00s. They see
cell phones, e-mail and the
Internet as changes for the
better. They approve of the
country's increasing racial
and ethnic diversity.
Curiously, although reality
TV shows are very popular,
more than 60 percent say real-
ity TV is the decade's biggest
social change for the worse.
Here's something else to be
glad about. The FBI reports
that violent crime is down.
Preliminary figures indicate


that murder, forcible rape,
robbery and aggravated
assault declined about 4 per-
cent nationwide from January
to June of this year from a
year earlier. Despite the reces-
sion, property crimes - bur-
glary, theft and motor vehicle
thefts - were down 6 percent
nationally.
Among regions, the South
saw the largest decline in vio-
lent crime - 6.1 percent.
Property crimes were down 4
percent in the South, some-
what less than the national
average.
Some analysts say the
decline may be because the
population is aging, and old-
sters commit fewer crimes.
In Washington, D.C., where
the murder rate is at a 45-
year low, the chief of police
said the police are getting
more tips by text message, so
they're able to investigate
and solve crimes more
quickly.
So, be glad that we're fin-
ished with the dismal decade,
AKA the awful aughts. We're
all getting older, and we have
cell phones. Happy New Year.
Marsha Mercer is an inde-
pendent columnist writing
from Washington. You may
contact her at marsha.mer-
cer@yahoo.com.


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Author's
presentation
shouldn't be missed
Dear editor,
This Thursday evening, Jan.
7 at 6 p.m. in the Chipola
College Continuing Education
Conference Center in
Marianna, we have an oppor-
tunity to hear about our
nation's water resources cri-
sis.
Robert Glennon is a profes-
sor of law and public policy,
and an author experienced in
water issues. You will also
have an opportunity to meet
the Apalachicola Riverkeeper
and representatives of the
Jackson Blue Spring Basin
Working Group, two success-
ful organizations working the
challenges and opportunities
of our magnificent water
resources right here in
Jackson County and the
Panhandle of Florida.
In the midst of an El Nino
winter of mild temperatures
and damp weather, with flood
conditions on our local water-
ways, it is hard to believe we
have a water crisis facing us
right here at home where our
faucets flow freely, but in fact
we do. Our state of Florida is
a leader in this worldwide
issue, perched at the edge
ready to fall off in narrowly
defined conditions recently
experienced. For example, in
2006-07, just south of


Interstate 10 you could practi-
cally walk across the
Apalachicola River without
getting your shirt wet, and it
is easy to list a litany of other
water quantity and quality
issues.
Imagine if you can Florida
with 37 million people, twice
the present numbers, with
south, central and parts of
north Florida desperate for
"cheap" water, and Atlanta
and the state of Alabama to
our north with similar needs
and wants, and the Panhandle
coast developed like
Jacksonville/Tampa/Orlando.
Sounds crazy, but that's the
course we're on for 2060
when many of our children
will be our age - if you can
believe the University of
Florida and the "boomers"
have their way, and who
knows after that. You know
what they say, if we stay on
the same path we're on, we
might actually get where we
are going.
As would be expected,
some would say this water
business is just so much fan-
tasy or lunacy, or Chicken
Little with the "sky is falling"
kinda of thinking, but even
the Alabama Forest Owners'
Association Inc., not exactly
a liberal think tank, is recom-
mending we all read another
book, Jared Diamond's
"Collapse: How Societies
Choose to Fail or Succeed."
Even Al Gore's new book is
titled "Our Choice."
T


Diamond's book looks back
several thousands of years to
why societies, not fundamen-
tally unlike ours, like Easter
Island and the Mayans, are no
longer with us, and why the
Europeans "conquered" North
America's Native Americans,
and not the other way around.
"It's the environment, stu-
pid", to paraphrase a well-
known axiom, and "the econ-
omy."
It's your choice be
informed or not. Chipola
College calls it the Continuing
Education Conference Center
for a reason, and it is one of
the best things about living in
a "college town." Where else
can you go hear a world-class
author, meet a Riverkeeper
and join your friends and
neighbors in what bndoubted-
ly will be an interesting and
warm atmosphere, and it's
free? Happy New Year.
C. Chadwick Taylor
Greenwood

Rehab center
grateful for
community support
Dear editor,
Thank you to everyone that
helped the residents at
Marianna Health and
Rehabilitation Center have a
brighter Christmas. We appre-
ciate those who gave generous
donations, those who adopted


a resident, and everyone that
contributed their time.
Thank you from the bottom
of our hearts.


Aaron Moneyham
Marianna Health
Rehabilitation Center


Professionals
thanked for their
service
Dear editor,
I want to thank everyone
for their concerns, prayers,
cards, calls and gifts during
my hospital stay and recovery
at home due to. the heart
attack I experienced.
A most heartfelt thank you
to the Campbellton-Graceville
Hospital staff who were work-
ing Sunday evening, Nov. 22,
2009. Dr. Keven Williams
told me and my family that,
"Graceville did their job per-
fectly and saved your life by
giving you time to get to
Dothan, they made my job
easier."
Another heartfelt thanks to
Jackson County Fire Rescue
for the great.job they did in
transporting me and to South
Alabama Medical Center
emergency staff along with
Dr. Kevin Williams for cor-
recting my problem, allowing
me the chance to recover 100
percent.
Edward Crutchfield


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applaud in church, but people
break the rule," she said with a
laughed. "We get applause all the
time."
The JuBELLees practice every
Wednesday night from 6 to 7 p.m.,
and play for the congregation
every third Sunday at their church.
They also put on an annual concert
in the spring. In addition to-playing
on their own, they also accompany
soloists and involve children in
their work.
For instance, as the choir plays
"The Gospel Train" at their con-
certs, children play sandpaper
blocks to sound like a train rolling
down the tracks.
The church has three octaves of
bells, with eight bells to an octave,


plus 13 sharps and flats, for a total
of 37 bells.
Hunter said she's more than
willing to create another bell choir
and maybe buy more bells, if she
can get enough people interested.
She recruits new players twice a
year, and says potential members
don't have to commit to this partic-
ular choir if they take lessons from
her. Still, she's hoping a few will
wind up playing with the
JuBELLees. One member has a
broken arm, she said, and trying to
play a song without one member is
like trying to play a piano without
all the keys.
Hunter said she'd be willing to
set up an evening class if that
would be more convenient for


those who commit to the classes.
She said she thinks novices will
be surprised to learn about all the
techniques and nuances of playing
the bells, and the many effects they
can create.
"Picture a piano," she said.
"Each bell has a note that corre-
sponds with the piano. It takes 11
people to play a three-octave hand-
bell set. You can get so many
sounds and tones out ,of bells,
depending on the techniques you
use.
"You can play with a pencil, just
tapping on top of the bell, or with
mallets, or just placing the bell on
a cushion can create another
sound," she said. "There's also the
'paintbrush' technique, the shake,


Weather


steps people can follow to cut their
risk of starting a fire in their home,
and to cut down on their heating
bills."
Many residents rely on alterna-
tive heating sources to supplement
their central heat, which according
to Red Cross can be problematic if
safety isn't the first priority.
*Red Cross officials urge those
who use alternative heating
sources to be extra careful and fol-
low these heating tips:
* Never use a stove or oven to
heat the home.
* Never leave alternative heaters
or fireplaces unattended. Be sure to
turn off space heaters or extinguish
the fireplace before going to bed or
leaving home.
* Keep all flammable materials
and potential fuel sources -
including newspapers, matches,
bedding, clothing, carpets and rugs
- at least three feet from heat


the 'wap-wap,' the thumb damp,
the martallotta and the tower
swing. Lots of ways to make lots
of sounds. Bells are a lot of fun,
and I'm hoping some people will
come and find out all about it."
She's got a special mission this
year. She's hoping to teach the
choir how to play the Wizard of Oz
classic, "Over the Rainbow."
She and the rest of the choir
were busy Tuesday cleaning and
polishing the brass bells, some-
thing they do once a year, even
though players wear gloves to play
and give them a dusting off each
time they're used. She's hopes the
gleaming instruments will catch
the eye of a few talented, potential
new players by Friday.


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sources such as space heaters, fire-
places and stoves.
* Place space heaters on a hard,
level, nonflammable surface.
* Do not put space heaters on
rugs or carpets, near bedding or
drapes, and keep children and pets
away.
* Look for a space heater model
that shuts off automatically if the
heater falls over, which can be a
life and home saver.
* Keep the fire in the fireplace by
using a glass or metal screen large,
enough to catch sparks and rolling
logs.
* Be sure to have wood and coal
stoves, fireplaces, chimneys and
furnaces professionally inspected
once a year.
The use of central heat and or
alternative heating sources may
seem to some as a necessity. But it
comes with a price tag.
The Red Cross offers the follow-


ing suggestions to residents look-
ing to prepare their home for the
freezing weather, but who also
want to cut back on heating
expenses.
* Turn down the thermostat and
put on a sweater.
* Close off any rooms not in use,
and close heat vents or turn off
radiators in those rooms.
* Make sure heat vents aren't
blocked by furniture.
* If possible. buy heavy curtains
to help keep cold air out of them
home, even in the kitchen. Open
them during the day to let the sun
help warm your house,. and close
them at night.
* Use fabric snakes, or old rugs
in front of windows and doors to
help eliminate drafts.
* Use a wood-burning fireplace
if possible. Make sure to close the
damper when it is not in use or heat
will escape through it.


* Seal off the fireplace when not
in use.
* Turn off vent fans in the
kitchen and bathroom as soon as
the job is done.
* Set ceiling fans to blow air
clown, in order to circulate the
warm air down to the floor.
Other tips from the American
Red Cross are those concerning
ways to stay warm by insulating
homes and keeping the cold from
seeping in.
* Block out drafts. Use either
insulating tape or caulking strips to
surround windows and door mold-
ings. Residents can also cover win-
dows with plastic sheeting. If resi-
dents have storm windows or
storm doors, get them up to keep
the cold out.
* Cold air can even seep into the
house through outlets, so insulate
light switches and outlet plates
with foam pads.


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dreds of dollars worth of
lottery tickets had been
taken.
Acting on a tip that
Palmer had been in posses-
sion of an unusually large
number of cigarettes and
lottery tickets, investigators
subsequently questioned
him. It was determined that
Palmer was allegedly
involved in the burglary,
authorities stated in a press
release.
Palmer said he dropped
the tickets in a dumpster the
day after the burglary,
according to a Holmes
County case agent. None of
the tickets or cigarettes
were recovered.


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Mary Ethel
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Mary Ethel Morris
Braxton, 71, of Cottondale
died Sunday, Jan. 3, 2010,
at Flowers Hospital in
Dothan, Ala.
The funeral service will
be 2 p.m. Wednesday, Jan.
6, at Maddox Chapel. Inter-
ment follows at the
Cottondale Assembly of
God Cemetery, James &
Sikes Funeral Home Mad-
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Pirates keep rolling
BY DUSTIN KENT
FI Or.i -\N SIoiRs EDITOR
The Sneads Pirates continued to be
untouchable at home Monday night, with a
76-45 blowout victory over North Florida
Christian.
The Pirates improved to 6-0 at home on the
season, and 9-4 overall.
Sneads has now won seven of its last eight
games after starting the season 2-3.
Darryl Johnson led four Pirates in double
figures, with 20 points. Josh Rogers added 12
points, while Jamar White and Delvin Oliver
each scored 11.
"We played very good," Sneads coach
Kelvin Johnson said after the game. He con-
trasted the win to the Pirates' close 54-52 vic-
tory against NFC in Tallahassee Dec. 10.
"We were a lot more aggressive, and there
was just a lot more enthusiasm this time for
some reason," Johnson said. "Our defense
played real. well."
Sneads led 14-8 after one period, and
extended the advantage to 33-14 at the half.
The Pirates didn't let NFC get any closer in
the second half, taking a 21-point lead into
the fourth and cruising for the victory.
It was the second win in three days for the
Pirates, who defeated South Walton 65-52 on
Saturday on the road.
And it has been an impressive return from
the Christmas break for Sneads, which was
routed 71-44 by Malone Dec. 22.
"I've been pleased with the way we've
played after the break," Johnson said. "I real-
ly don't know what it is. We played Malone
and just didn't look well.
"But we just made some shots over (at
South Walton), and we had eight 3-pointers
(against NFC). We've just been shooting the
ball real well."
The Pirates have also been getting contri-
butions from a variety of players on the offen-
sive end, with five different leading scorers in Sneads' Jeff Bell makes a move through a pair of North Florida Christian defenders dur
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The No. 5 Chipola Indians make their
Panhandle Conference debut Saturday night,
hosting the Gulf Coast Commodores at 7:30 p.m.
Chipola (15-1) has won nine straight after suf-
fering its only loss of the season, 55-53, on Nov.
28 to Howard.
However, the most impressive streak the
Indians carry into Saturday's game is a mark of
19 consecutive wins against Panhandle
Conference teams, including 17 straight in the
regular season.
Chipola went a perfect 12-0 in conference play
last season.
But this year's Indians team boasts none of the
players from last year's group. First-year Indians
coach Jake Headrick said the accomplishments
of past Chipola teams guarantee nothing for this
edition of the Indians.
"Our motto since day one is that respect isn't
given, it's earned," the coach said. "Yeah, we're
15-1, but those games are over with and they
don't get you into the state tournament.
"We're 0-0 as far as the postseason is con-
cerned. These guys haven't done anything in the
Panhandle yet., Their mindset is to be more
focused, and that's what we've tried to work on
to get ready for Saturday."
This year's Indians can begin to make their
mark with a win over a Gulf Coast team that
boasts one of the biggest and best frontlines in
the conference.
Sophomore Paul Cooper, a 6-foot, 8-inch
power forward, is a Texas Tech signee, and 6-
foot, 10-inch'Eric Buckner is one of the most
highly touted big man recruits in junior college
basketball.
However, it's stout freshman forward Javon
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Former Marianna and Chipola baseball player Brandon
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season. The former Bulldog has decided to transfer from
Chipola to the Marion Military Institute in Marion, Ala., on an
athletic scholarship. Gardner batted .360 with 20 RBI, 20
runs and 12 stolen bases in his senior year at Marianna.
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High School Boys
Basketball
Thursday- FAMU at
Malone, 4 p.m., and 7
p.m.: Graceville at
Bozeman, 5:30 p.m., and
7 p.m.
Friday- Graceville at
Cottondale, 6 p.m., and
7:30 p.m.; Malone at
Marianna, 6 p.m., and
7:30 p.m.; Sncads at
Blountstown, 6 p.m., and
7:30 p.m.

High School Girls
Basketball
Thursday- Waltoo at
Marianna, 5:30 p.m., and
7 p.m.; FAMU at
Malone, 5:30 p.m.;
Cottondale at Ponce De
Leon, 6 p.m., and 7:30
p.m.; Graceville at
Bozeman, 4:30 p.m.
Friday- Malone at
Marianna, 4:30 p.m.;
Sneads at Blountstown,
4:30 p.m.

Chipola Basketball
The Chipola men's and
women's basketball
teams make their
Panhandle Conference
debut on Saturday
against Gulf Coast.
The Lady Indians tip
off at 5:30 p.m., with the
men's game to follow at
7:30 p.m.

Recreation
Basketball
Marianna Recreation
Department will offer
three basketball leagues.
Registration for youth
ages 5-13 will be held
Thursday from 8 a.m. to
4 p.m. at the Marianna
Educational and
Recreational Expo locat-
ed at 3625 Caverns Rd.
in Marianna.
The registration fee for
basketball is $30 for
those who live inside of
the Marianna city limits,
and $45 for those outside
the city limits.
The fee must be paid
in check or money order.
No cash will be accepted.
Registration forms
may be picked up and
dropped off at City Hall,
as well as www.league-
lineup.com/mrd.
Participants must bring a
copy of their birth certifi-
cate. For more informa-
tion, contact the
Marianna Recreation
Department at 482-6228.

Sports Items
Send all sports items to
editorial @jcfloridan.co
m, or fax them to 850-
482-4478. The mailing
address for the paper is
Jackson County Floridan
P.O. Box 520 Marianna,
Fla. 32447.


Dawson who leads the
Commodores in rebounds.,
"They're just really
big," Headrick said of the
Commododres. "I think the
strength of their team is
their size and strength
down low. They're a real-
ly physical team, and
they've got a lot of guards
who can make shots and
make plays."
The backcourt combi-
nation of Johnie Davis
and Michael Porrini gives
the Commodores inside-
out balance, with sopho-
mores Jeffrey Reese and
former Graceville Tiger
Willie Kirkland adding
scoring punch on the
perimeter.
"They had some stuff
early that didn't go right,"
Headrick said of the
Commodores.
"But they're really tal-
ented. They lost
(Marquis) Gilstrap, (Brad)
Reese and (Derrio) Green,
and they've replaced that
this year with maybe not
those kind of guys but
more depth. I think
they're a deeper team this
year."
Headrick said that


depth and versatility
allows the Commodoies
to match up with any team
they face.
"They've got enough
talent and depth that they
can slow it down, and
their guards are good
enough to play faster," the
coach said. "That's a big
strength, and that's why
they match up with every-
one in the league good.
They have so many,differ-
ent lineups they can put
on the floor."
Headrick said his team
will have to be very disci-
plined and tough-minded
on the interior to come out
victorious 'Saturday night.
"I think for us it's going
to be about how we exe-
cute, which means taking
good shots, defending and
being able to rebound
with their bigger guys
down low," the coach
said.
"I think the guys are
excited. This is sort of
what it's all about, getting
ready and prepared for
this time of the year."
Gulf Coast will host
Tallahassee tonight in
their conference debut.


"I've never had a team
this unselfish. They're not
concerned with who the
high scorer is, they just.
want to win."
That style has led to a lot
of wins this season, includ-
ing five in seven tries in
district play.
However, the Pirates
have still not beaten a
Jackson County . team,
going 0-3 against
Cottondale, Graceville and
Malone, all on the road.
"To me, the best teams in
this area are in the county,
by far," Johnson said. "We
really haven't played well
against any of the county
teams, but we're hoping for
better results when we get
them at home."
Sneads was scheduled to


take on Vernon Tuesday
night in another district
clash, before traveling to
Blountstown on Friday to
take on the Tigers.
The Pirates face a pair of
county teams next week,
hitting the road to take on
Marianna Jan. 11, and host-
ing Cottondale on Jan. 15.
Seven of the Pirates'
final nine games are at
home, which is good news
for a team that has yet to
face much adversity in its
home gym.
"We shoot the ball pretty
well here," Johnson said. "I
think it's more of a mind-
set. After you win a few at
home, you get a little confi-
dence, and when you have
confidence you tend to play
good basketball." -


Oliver scored 30 points
in the win over South
Walton. At other times, it
has been Jamar White or
Terrance Green who have
led the charge for the
Sneads attack.
The lack of a single go-to
player makes it difficult for
teams to defend the bal-
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482-7304 two chemicals $300/mo 850-573- Alford Hwy. $175K Bimini Top, $8,000. ' comp, ski/wake 334-406-4555 Tioga Arrow 27ft heater, hydraulic towels, etc.) $65K.
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tan/black. Spring bovnhomes ______Z_ tub with shower,
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850-573-0888 ATV: Trailers extra's. $20K. 334-
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General call 8-5. 850-209- camo, 110 1:.ur, 65'X16 s.rt,:,r, euit for 2200 or trade * rear living, dual
8531/482-1050 $7400.229-254-0072 Skipperliner House- for an RV/Travel recliners, free stand-
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retail stores. 5.0 hp, roll bar, Brand new condition. 482-5631/557-7332 Like new only $28K
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REM. 1100,16 Gauge, 47 3039 steering, 461bthrust tion. $8,700. 334-797- sacrifice@$29k 850-
ext. barrell-Exc. . Honda .7 CRF.O trolling motor, tilt & 1272 593-5675
cond. $500. Savage Dit Honda '07 CRFs0 trim, fishing decks,
mod 99,308 D;r, .100 rs, fisher ID $7500850- (MotorHomes/RVs EA R N EX T R A
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ing rm chairs, cof- garb/sewage 850- Pond. Located inside LE.D.'s $2000..B.O. ependable transportation,
fee table, metal 592-4793. the nicest subdivi- 334-805-0816. . Cherokee Tir . Cruise .1 r . minim m lia ilit in ran
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Free kittens, 2 avail Ne SW 3Houses nfur2usiess Propert stereo $20 850-569- rope, new 136 x 200 $30, Sleep Number cassette stereo. 260 new, automatic, pd
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FREE KITTENSlitter 2 & 3 BR MH Cotton- 4/2 PALM HARBOR ' Aquarium, 29 gal. Dell 2200MP Projec- Kirby vacuum $40 Play Gym- Step 2
box trained 850-526- dale. http://www. Office Suite 2954B DOUBLE WIDE stan & tor, new, used once, 850-482-8347 Kangaroo Climber ex
2958 or 209-2932 charloscountryliving. Penn Ave. Marianna Seacraft, '89 20f accessories. $100 OBO $450 50-482-5207 cond kept inside $60 Treadmill; power
com. 850-258- 750 sqft. CH/A water ZONE II $43,900 CenterConsole,boat, 850-526-3037 Kirby Vacuum- Di- (850)482-5434 circuit/ incline, reads
FREE KITTENS,litter 4868/209-8847 incl. $430/mo 850- 16X76 motor & trailer, 95 Audiovox Cruise Dinnerware, antique mond Ed.,G-Series,all time/miles/pulse,
box trained 850-526- 3/1 House for rent in 830-4877 ONLY $13,9 225HP Johnson Mtr, Control still in box Joan hang $20850- attchmts incl.OBO. TOMTOM GO 720 $80 850-592-1288
2958 or 209-2932 Marianna. CH/A, 1 yr. Dual Axle Tr. w/ fits most cars $75 482-8347 $350 (850)272-7110 GPS, useood $75 850-482- but wks
lease, $650/mo No realestate AI.I PRICES INCLUDI." brakes,wh., runs 850-569-2194 ORNATE Mahogany 5207
S Dogs pets. 850-718-1165 til DIIVRY & SETtiip well, very clean, Futon couch, new, claw foot coffee XL portable dog pen
3BR/1BA, e2643 Fan esy iA/ , Great cond. $6,850. Clock, 35 day wind brown, $125 850-263- table $100., 850-209- XL dog house $40 w/bottom tray $50
AKC Miniture poodle St. Cottondale CH&A 334-696-5505. up $55 850-482-8347 7059 4872 850-592-1288 850-592-1288
puppies M- $200. No Pets, $500 + $500
F-$300. Ready now. dep. (850) 352-4222
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CKC Pom puppies, 1 Quality homes for
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mes, 6 CDsound - i VOLVO 04 ., leather & pwr cab. 82k miles, $5,000 ADVERTISMENT cause, and to accept
system $11,500 OBO -- - $6,500 WEST MAIN . Fod E.pl..r.r ,Iip cargo 850-209-4799 days FOR BIDS the bid that in their
334-695-3550 '- '. - - . I* ,CAR SALES LLC C- .;* ,I.- . .. Inter , ,rr,,r included. 850-482-3441 eves. WASHINGTON judgment will be in
Infinity '97 J30 Honda ,,F :,I:.,,,-, 1919 WEST MAIN ST Honda 01'Reflex s. uayliygltAutofl- 4U7-453-3142 Ford'02 F150 XLT, COUNTYTOURIST the best interests of
142,000 miles. Chevy .2 , ,rr,, ",. I', ,-1I. i'. ni,: :. 334-699-5880 Scooter maroon nancing. 1-800-470- red, 4WD, Triton DEVELOPMENT Washington County
$3,500., 334-687-7956 ver, cony. 35, anny. silver w/gray & black VERY NICE CAR. 4-stroke, 249cc, 70 0650 9am/9pm V8/5.4L en. 104.168 COUNCIL (TDC) and within the budg-
edition, adult lady inter., runs like new. 4-stroke, 249cc, 70S et capabilities of the
KIA '03 RIO, Blue, 57K owner/oper flawless s $15,900. 334-687-3171 VW '00 New Beetle- mpg/mph $2500. GMC '00 Jimmy, .... . . r '. . t SERVICESULFORTAN TDC
, rrat owner/oper flawless Turbo, AT, sun-roof, 205-310-5662 great cond., $4200 .. ,:.-,, r: l,, ,... SERVICESFOR: .
Milesw/warny, leather, newtires,lthr5rD/r0- OBO850-526-24918L , , S 7.,"J6 -1,4 I',"
new tires, LOADED! '., , - r,, thr C Honda '0 Shadow askforTom -2491 - - Media services, pro-
$4,80 OBO229-334- r,1r. rr.r,r,r,.'L,-,. _ r ',- ,, , i .e, 750 CC, -l duction of promo- DEPARTMENT OF
80 343 - $7 . .n... . - - ' ' .i ,.i :essories, GMC'08 Yukon SLT, .) FORD : F 2'.,, uI tional materials, pro- HODE MELAND
Mercury.02'Gran.d'Chevy'.',r0 ' , _" 2 ,,-,: :.$3500 rear bucket seats, FORD 0'4 Wr-E I,, ' E .b. Lr .t.lerIerr duction of radio and
Mercury 02'Grand Chevy T . . 4946808 power lift gate, 3rd conversion, 42K m, seats, power, 7.3 TV commercials, neSECURITY
Marquis 1 owner, .rd i .ar oi.':,,-',, .- P ', p. . ' r H- F VT -494-6808 seat, white, 12K new tires, dvd, seats Diesil, new tires, gotiation of media FEDERAL
good cond. Make of- I 1.1:1 .i ,..,4 . ,FNH.. -.d, blu, l. I... ) '.. Honda 1, VTX 1800 miles, garaged/ 7, good cond. $11,000 128K,$13,800 placement/buy ar- FEDERAL
er D-334-494-6749 or LI :.r :J 79 J I1 INFINITI 0 1 .1 : l l r ,.:.. . "E .: "-.:..-.) Red in col- perfect.334-692-4124 obo. 334-308-1112 334-899-0099 rangements to maxi- MNAGEENT
N-334-894-1311 -,4C v i,, V.-:" r !.,r, , n ,- - "h , - 1 ', _ y _- ,"o iv ., chrome or 334-797-7603 nFord 19 M ize bulk purchasing AGENCY
Mitsubishi '06 Raider heavy '4 Cavalier Sales LC 1919 & out. 119K, moving $6200. 334-308-1395 r 334-797-7603 Ford '98 Windstar, owe purchasing
Mitsubishi '06 Raider 4DR, AC, Low miles, West Main Street overseas $12,000 Hummer '06 H3, 41k $475 down, 0% Inter- Se t aledBIDS
EAGASMLEAGE, (334) 699-5880 334-347-0414 Honda 06' Rebel Solid miles, moon roof, est. Daylight Auto Fi- for DC EDIA DI- Elevation Determina-
$14,500 334-791-0646 PAYMENTS! $300 white windshield & leather seats, satilite nancing 1-800-470- il RECT BUY will be re- Elevation Determina-
$14,500. 334-7910646 PAYMENTS! $300 , sadle bags 2600 mi. radio, blue exterior. 0650 9am/9pm ceived by the Wah- tion for Jackson
Ao e down $199 per mo. $3000. OBO 334-886- $22,495 OBO.798-9695 GMC '9 S3 nnh -,n i H ington County Tou- nty FCora da and
Automobiles Call 334-791-8243 Ask 3326 334-714-1110 ngt o pmont
forSale for Steve Hatcher N69 Chevelle Ma libu ad.)cn:rl r. FORD zF'Lai rncilst Development The Department of
Chevy 1969 Cai"ar HONDA '06 Shadow,, , I,-. -t-,,d.'T rL,0FR .1.45. 4r Counci at the Wash- Homeland Security's
EW.--r ..:I.:.3c eFeeManagement Agency
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SS334)68-0585 334-355-1202 , New Manager, at 1331
1919 West Main St. Model A 1929, 2 dr, Honda '06 VTX 1300 Lexus ofu', R ,,12 I . ,. . FL 32428 until 3:00 mets on the pro-
Chevy 79 Impala, 334-699-5880 excellent driver, has 4,200 mi., $6,900 $8,595 West Main Car *2-2d p.m. (CDT), JANUARY percent-annual-
rebuilt trans and n r.r.,.- . ,- .1, r obo. 334-806-1286 Sales LLC 1919 West 22, 2010. The bids will chance) Flood Eleva-
2006 Mercury Grand engine, 3rd owner, -i-pI $1, 000 . , ' 6632 Kawasaki '08 Vulcan Main St. 334-699-5880 PLYMOUTH '96 Grand , reopened immedi- tions (BFEs) shown in
L essoyager, 4tnewAtires,,utmission closing, Insurance Study (FIS)
Marquis. Great Con- ready to drive ripe $ 2, 000.. r.7 -,r, 740 Voyager, 4 new tires, aL.aa ft e t bid the Preliminary Flood
SritAo n A ..ewn.,,,er.to $2 cum3. *$,.-. . towing package, new ryzed by a sub- and on e Prelimina-
3347930095Less than NADA. 334-791-0555p rts ..3,J1.ot,.,i. r., I 'f- .. "7. . power steering J
334-793-0095hrystler 300 66 u, r., ,, J. . , ump, very clean, FORD "05 F150 Lariet omittnee of the ry Flood Insurance
Con ..rtibi, Red, GOF 6.693.0 ~:.:,r ;'421 I . W-n ow mileage, $3,750 4x4, 5.4LT, Fully load- forC, award presence Rate Map (FIRM) for
r. . 850- JAGUAR GOLF: T. , exBO 334-687-9845 or ed, leather seats, scedulr awarded TDC meet- your community.
Pu- .i 850-JAGUARcoi.,Ebateries' 334-355-1118 sunroof, 4dr,72K These proposed BFEs
S ---526-426 S110K $12,495GREATN $1800obo. 7622093 Nissan ,, P, --$18,500. 334-791-5282 10,or anuary25 are the basis for the
- CLASSIS. WEST MAIN LL: ,62:20,3, TrNissancs-He-'vy8rt3-3r2010, or a subse- floodplain manage-
- CP SALES LLC -H.e: Dutycent nchede meant measures that
Y. ", _ Mat.r,,,-_" rn-sting if necessary. your community is
2007 Ford Edge. JEEP wi". ,r. ,.i-,r r,,. :.,ar i.- r,.v, Chevrolet '06 1500 A" i,3ds must address required to either
SE L adopt or sPow evi-
SEL Plus, loaded. ::. r.:p . m.i. ' Kawasak 4 * ""7.' ~~' ''~~3 97 Silverado WT, ex- the SCOPE OF WORK d or show evi-
Leather, 17,000 miles door, auto, 4 wheel Kawasaki 1 " . tended cab. Good and the fee structure dence of having in ef-
334793 000 mile334- s M,a.uo r.r .,-,hlr. edi- Nissan '09 Rogue, 20k cond., $9,500.080 appropriate for deliv-
3347930095 Corvette 81 drve$14000334orremainqualified
SAutomatic 350 685-0846 . ' . . - o'er miles, loaded, white. 334-798-3352 Ford '06 F350,Diesel, ery ofall services in or participation in
Aw 350 68-04 r $17,000 334-790-6700_ CEf--', 50k totallorvbyScope sofifo paripaon
So : e ' miles u . . 500 Duramax LTZ 8 0 ws surance Program
43..l.l,, ' 06 HE,.,,,-,:,.e 334-790-1852. , oaded Z71 36K $25k 850-569-2262 follows (NFIP). For a de-
SMo Mot Scoote Tahoe LT Top Of Line miles, 4 door, Ford '07 F150 XLT . The TDC Ipnt tailed listing of the
S jo Mo0tor Scoot Blue Leather, Sunroof, automanual trans- supercrew, 4X4 5.4L, rchas19 weeks of on thed
40k-.< ^ "f$165 1 . 404- 8050, S 8 163i 8 Bose Stereo mission, Like New flex fuel, dark blue puhase 1 er a information on the
S.. t. $1650850-258-1638 4 New BFG Tires condition, black exte- w/ bed cover, 144K advertising for a statutory period pro-
Kia (1 )r i'll 3iLI.. rruIh.-W,.:.,-..-I.:.:. Red Kawasaki 09' Brakes, Rear rior, black interior, mi, pwr, CC, $14,500 O toxcrad video t for appeals,
S92 .r k Nina Like New 250R Heat/Air, All Mainte- 4WD $37,000 334-714-6999 print, on-line)to pro please visitFEMA's
.-:. - . 1 Corvette.r . ,:h,,, ,:,,: .,: e.' ). ,, . ,.:a r, . oaint w/jacket 3,500. mi. nance Kept $11,600 (334)726-1209 i onte Washington webste at
S00 5 r ...: r,: : . ,. ', . ru, .::r, $3,995. 334-692-3211 OBO 334-797-2459 CHEVY '66, custom C r, duringperi- v/plan/prevent/fhm
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2.11W , 20 l, -Id ". . n- 1i.:1 ...... Ford FeD 1 - March 5 FEMA MAP.
IDt:un *7,?,,n,,, 'W, l, " .m.'- - - - Chevy 71 El Ca,',... Ford '68 F100 step 5Weeks LF14798
D"aI:un 'r.' , l,-.r ,_. -,:oo .. . ' - ' Er-.n "'00 side, REDUCED, April 19-May31
,:,,' IL,, i,..r, i 94. ,11.,i,,:,, .-.*-.4 - -' '4 - .r 1 3262' MUST SELL, runs 6 Weeks Chipola Nursing Pavi-
1-J. ,i . o LEXUS" '0,t E I"_.I r T %great 18K mi. black, July 12- 19 lion and Retirement
uL,0 ; ,T,,ul e ,:,,- .6.400i W-r !..,,-, i 'Cr Harley D' 13,, - ,2 Triumph (Daytona CHEVY '67 de1u ) ' V MSTA $5,500 obo. 1 Week Center does not dis-
rust, ru$H,-, 't . ed H.-rst.- a ,: .:n. ,l Type) 955 Fi/ST Sport Ped v, tbll _:trMnot
work. $2500, OB o, 0 a. LL rP ,,r-4,: , .- i ,.. n,-, Bike, carbon exh., nw Olds 96 Ciera SL, $2000 334-719558 334-671-3772. August 9-September criminate against
8M.1W 0011 I l2e, -. ' . . m- 33469560 n.,i,-.t *. to ii tires, brakes, 334- wagon, V-6, loaded, FORD'77, F100, 350, any person on the
$7,995. West Main Dodge '85 150 Royal 4,600 mi. $12,000 693-9390 or 701-5588 30,000 miles, like new CHEVY '89 S-10 Race V8, long wheel base, 19Weeks nationals origin, dsa-color,
Car Sales LLC SE, Automatic Slant -- UniledMotorScooter $3225. 334-790-7959 only 3504 bolt main auto, ps/pb, runs & i orgind -
Car Sales LLC SE Automatic Slant United Motor Scooter $1,00 OBO 687-4654 looks good. $2,500. B. The messages ability, or age in ad-
(334) 699-5880 $2500 805047- ARLEY ...' m-, - ' 445-6300 s Trailers-Tractors chevy 91' 1500 Short 334-735-5404 emphasize the diver- participation in its
. Fisher ". ur.O'.1 -':- -- - bed V-8 auto new FORD '77 F100 sity of events held programs, services
" * ''Fisher 17 l . - --- u . : ," .ir,,,, - .r - . ' -.. 21-24ft ,:.t il. tr.' paint :,:d ,: :. d . 6cy., short wheel throughout the year and activities, or in
. M.r.ur, 4 *r, fu r. i':.''u * . . - I. rr Ir-: 'r" 06' 5 i" ib' 4 7, Base, runs & looks with focus on up- employment. For fur-
S " loadejd.qra. ,g: or. Lexus 03'LS 430 Ultra , . '"i28i:.ts ",,:,,:,,j s2.5 0000 coming events, as their information
l Lo.dh..Si-,hr" Warr black cherry, leather, Harley Davidson 07' . 4, -- 4 .:..404 well as special pro- about this policy,
MW- ur ? ',l? :.s7 chrome wheels, Gold Ultra Classic 12,000 " 4 H. 4 , grams such as the contact Jayne
LM 'O.': 0. : 4.; ij.1 pack, clear bra Mi- mi. Pearl white, load- r'. . . "daytrip" program; Donlan, A.D. at 850-
~pBMW cei ar-S u ,ni. 'b-lra, Mi-i ed greatrce ll i T l C. Develop processes 526-3191.
89K $10,000 West Ford '04 Crown Victo- chelntres $15,000.78K rm 612-396 Yamaha g nVr. l.- , ..i| , ,,, e .. ' to measure the effec-
Main Car Sales LLC ria LXes, loaded, 55Ke a 374 9898 or 334-673-3837 anniv. edition in 8X20 Flatbed Tra.ir Navistar '98 Eagle tivenes of the mar- FIND IT FAST
1919 West Main St. miles, drives like a flame red, excel. 3 axles $2000 OEO ,slth 5l2-E Cummi,,,-. , keting strategy and
334 -699.555 dr.eam. $?700 321. Harley Davidson '08 cond., 6K mi., 1198 cc 229-334-8520 . enin,. ne, Inr_-. all promotional activi- IN
21-.636. Lincoln 111' Excutive Low Rider, less than & incl. sissy bar, - r.:3 4sr . ( 3.jr equ.prrinr.1 n.:iu.d, ties and submit tear
1. S,:ri., l03K:mi. 3K mi. black, warran- guard, cover & trickle Lilliston 6000, field V6 Vortex, a/t, a/c. excellent running sheets, station logs, THE
rv.- I--. s E rv., power ty, perfect cond. chger, $6,200. 334- ready, shelter kept. 160K mi., $3500. obo condition. $10,500. etc, as proof of ads
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For '93 Taurus. 4uns 45. Maria6na, Fi'L 32 '"44
door all powre , 110k $10,500. r-89 1 d4 BzI S * Deris R val (2 Reside Cleaning
Buick99'ParkAve. miles Great shape Nissan '05 Altima, 2.5 i 'i- ' HsPlylsikser cons * eennod (800) 693-8517 Cell: 850-573-1493 -
Like new!! light gray $3,200 334-685-0560 S, 5 speed, 32k mi. R'-- Cetention Ponds I I tc ieri ,. " Eg
loaded. 30 mpg -----like new, REDUCED 'L/ //. * Grading I
$4689.334-794-6968 2t $ $11,900 850-482-2994 AC & Heating uSite Prep \ Home Improvement f cau
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seats, 4dr, beige et. dr,5-spd trans blk $269 per moo. Call Ron *Gravel POLE BARN cMdi SMaranna
fully loaded. $12,900. ext bsI nt2WD,850 Ellis 334-714-0028 * Land Clearing GIFT CERTIFICATES METAL i
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Cadillac '94 33)-u BUY ME! Since 1960 IILlL Locally Owned ROOFING, INC Reord Climate Controlled
Fleetwood. Top con-&AApi"Repairs & Additions &ocaml'24 Hr Access
Cdition.334-693-3980 itsa I8 a ltima, Rmodeling etal Roofing I record & mix 24 H Access
CHEVROLET '08 what. gra, nterior' Sppie from my home -Key Pad Entry
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$55000.334-69 LEXUS'02 RX 300 92K Oldmobile '93 Silhou- MAu ctBe1t26- R Ind & lI contact Info t 1,
CHEVY '08 Impala, $12,900 LIKE NEW. ette, tanpwr Serices Call Randymtc tI
Grey, 46746 ml, A/C, WEST MAIN CAR windows/locks, CC, Services j 693-0566 Jamesmcgrath2@
stereo, Like new. SALES LLC sunroof, 161K 1 own- TIREDO *HEHIO gmall.com
$12500 obo, 334-798- 1919 WEST MAIN ST er, $1800. MUST SEE! KJ's INTERIOR
1186, 334-712-9171. 334-699-5880 334-648-5817 1DESIGN
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2900 Borden St. Cell 850-832-s5055 $2.50/so FT (850) 260-4278 Pandng/Carnty Carpentr/Painting
(850 2632725 Deckls/Porches
(850)4824594 W OFFER COMPLE1E ll ll (312) 287-5293 General Repairs Installations
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