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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 )
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United States of America -- Florida -- Jackson -- Marianna

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

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University of Florida
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Preceded by:
Times-courier (Marianna, Fla. : 1947)
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Michael Cantrell discusses plans for Dozier turn around. - Mark Skinner / Floridan


Michae! (. e. the ArthLur G. Dozier
School o i, evetith superintendent
ii nine ye I' . , dits that Dozier -'has a
wa:.ys to go :li that "things need to tight-
ened up" I1', the facility as a whole.
Cantrell o,,es. however, have faith in the
changes IunI,:. way and Ihe positive direc-
tion he plan io lead tih facility toward.
Cantrell, .-a. started is superintendent
on Jan. 4. II- has 21c ears ol experience
working with juveniles, and has worked
for the state for the past five-years.
C ... ii took over from former superin-
tendent Mary Zahasky, who stepped down
on Dec. 17 after an unfavorable DJJ per-
formance review.
After leaving his position as regional
director for Detention Services for North
Florida, Cantrell came to Marianna to try
and repair the state's oldest reform school.
le agrees Ihclt his previous experience dif-
fers frowi his dtiics as superintendent, but
says. " in': -i mise you, it's going to get
H!etter ai 'nd h 1.1.."
Cantlr. 'I � aduatel I'rm Union College
in Kenwtcky, where 'ie studied sociology
and psychology.
"I've k n',own since I was 15 that this was
the liin- oi work I wanted to get into,"
Cantrell said. "1 helped start a peer coun-
seling program in high school, where I
learned the value of this type of work. It's
about impacting lives."


Cantrell explained that he came to
Dozier lor that reason - to "impact lives".
Given Dozier's current state and tar-
nished reputation. Cantrell seems to have
his work cut out for him.
The history of' allegations of f.buise, the
recent case of an inmate who h:d video-
tape of his abuse at the hands of a guard,
and the multiple managerial and staff
issues are among some of t'ce many hur-
dles Cantrell must face. Now, along with
the lack of stability in the superintendent
position and continuous, media surveil-
lance, Dozier is facing more scrutiny after
failing an annual review by Department of
Juvenile Justice officials.
The annual review was completed prior
to Cantrell assuming leadership.
However, Cantrell addressed these
issues in an interview Friday by explaining
that obviously, improvements need to be
made.
"There's nothing I can do about the past,
all I can do is work on Jan. 4 and on,"
Cantrell said. "But what I can tell you is
we're tightening up, and we've raised
expectations."
DJJ officials spent three days last
October reviewing records and interview-
ing residents and staff members. As a
result of the findings, Dozier failed the
review. According to the quality assurance
report, there are many areas in need of
improvement.


See REFORM, Page 9A >


Suspect

sought in

car burglary
STAFF REPORT
Another vehicle burglary
occurred Friday, again during
daylight hours. In this case, the
vehicle was parked behind the
chiropractic clinic on Jackson
Street in Marianna.
According to a press release
from the Marianna Police
Department, the suspect forced
their way into the vehicle and
took only the victim's purse.
The purse contained an undis-
closed amount of cash. The purse
See BURGLARY, Page 9A >


Jackson County

unemployment

levels off
STAFF REPORT
The unemployment rates in the
five counties monitored by the
Chipola Regional Workforce
Board largely held steady in
December.
The board reports Jackson
County's unemployment rate last
month was 7.7 percent, compared
to 7.8 percent in November, and
6.2 percent in December 2008.
The board reports Holmes
County's unemployment rate was
See LEVELS, Page 9A �


Calhoun County
man pleads to
income tax fraud
STAFF REPORT
An inmate in Calhoun County
who was accused of trying to
defraud the government pleaded
no contest to his charges this
week.
Authorities say Jerry Batson
Jr., 30, filled out fraudulent tax'
returns using the personal infor-
mation of other inmates and tried
to have refund checks sent to his
grandparents.
The checks, however, were
intercepted, according to authori-
ties.
Batson, now being housed at a
prison in Columbia County, was
sentenced Wednesday to served
another three years in prison after
he finishes his current term.


MHS student wins Idol 'dream ticket'

BY ASHLEY McKEEN
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
A young Marianna girl was on cloud nine
last week after receiving an American Idol
"dream ticket" after winning at Disney's
American Idol Experience last week. . i
Elizabeth "Lizzy" Mathis, 18, decided on a
whim to audition for the American Idol
Experience last weekend while visiting the
parks with her youth group. She shocked
everyone, even herself, when she made it -
through numerous auditions and performanic-
es, resulting in her winning the finale show.
"I was just so excited. I've always wanted
to audition but I wanted to wait until I gradu-
ated high school. Then I was there, saw they
were having auditions and figured I'd try,"
Mathis said.
Mathis went through a series of meetings I
and auditions, starting with the preliminary ."
audition with Disney producers. This meeting
is primarily a meeting to establish talent and .
disposition. With the producer's approval,
Mathis was entered into the American Idol
Experience.
The experience offers contestants all the
glitz and glamour of the actual show. With a .


See IDOL, Page 9A >


Elizabeth Mathis with sister Emily Ann,Mathis after receiving her American Idol Dream
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Citrus groves

survive

recent freeze
BY MARC McAFEE
WMBB NEws 13
Farmers don't easily forget
harsh weather, according to Mack
Glass, a satsuma farmer in
Jackson County. When asked if it
had ever been colder than this
month's chill, it only took him a
second.
"Jan. 23 of 2003, we went to 15
degrees with very small trees,"
Glass said. "And I remember the
day because we thought we lost
all the trees - but amazingly we
didn't lose one tree."
That was the coldest it's been
since Glass planted his first citrus
trees in March 2002. But the
recent freeze was the longest
period of continued cold. He said
it had Jackson County citrus
farmers feeling a little nervous.
"We really didn't know what to
expect. We had never experi-
enced that many nights of high
teens, mid teens, and low twen-
ties," he said.
History shows cold isn't very
kind to Florida oranges. Once
called the Satsuma capital of the
world, a 1934 freeze destroyed
acres of Jackson County's citrus
See CITRUS, Page 9A >


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BY ASHLEY McKEEN
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.. Two Marianna residents have
. ......plans to open' a medical clinic
and outreach program, bringing
Jackson County affordable
health care for low-income
i individuals and perhaps even
economic growth.
Founder Angela McFarland
and partner Rhonda Bohles are
S working together in the conm-
i i. non-profit organization estab-
lished to address poverty and
-. - - low economic development.
. .' " "H.E.L.P.S. stands for Health
Education Life Progress
Services, and will offer low-
income areas the ability to
receive affordable services in
health care, health education,
general education, life skills,
and development training.
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ing towards the groundbreaking
. for the new facility off Old
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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.
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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.


January 24 - Sunday
* Southeast Community Blood Center's
"Healing at Home, Help for Haiti" is Jan. 20-
24. During the event, SCBC will contribute $5
per donor to Doctors Without Borders for
Haiti relief efforts. The Marianna SCBC
branch is at 2503 Commercial Park Drive.
Regular hours are Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-6
p.m. Call 526-4403.

January 25 - Monday
* The Parkinson's Support Group meets at
noon in Jackson Hospital's ground floor
classroom, 4250 Hospital. Drive, Marianna.
Lunch provided. Those diagnosed with
Parkinson's and their caregivers are invited.
No cost.
* Sneads High School will have a public
tree dedication ceremony at 2 p.m., in mem-
ory of the late Kevin Wright, a 1991 graduate
of SHS.
* Jackson County Teachers Credit Union
and Jackson County School Board honor out-
standing employees at the Teacher of the
Year, Rookie Teacher of the Year and School-
Related Employee of the Year reception, 4:15
p.m. in the Marianna High School cafeteria
(refreshments served). A program follows in
the MHS auditorium, 3546 Caverns Road.
Public welcome.
* Chipola College will hold an 8-hour
Firearms Familiarization course Jan. 25 and
26, at the Reddoch Firing Range, 5-9 p.m.
both nights. Register and pay the $100 fee on
the first night of class. Call 718-2394 or e-
mail williamsd@chipola.edu.
* Today is the deadline to enter the 2010
Little Miss, Junior Miss and Miss Marianna
Pageant. Information packets available from
Jackson County Chamber of Commerce,
Lemon Squeeze Salon and Boutique, or
Debbie Dryden at Marianna High School
(debbie.dryden@jcsb.org). The pageant will
be Saturday, March 6.
* The Jackson County Development
Council Inc. convenes its monthly board of
directors meeting at 5 p.m. in the upstairs
conference room of the Nearing Court
Office Building, 2840 Jefferson St.,


MARIANNA POLICE �
The Marianna Police
Department listed the
following incidents for
Jan. 21 and 22, the latest
available
reports : - - - -
Four traffic - ' - --.
accidents, ..
one aban-,
doned vehi- ME
cle, two
reckless drivers, two sus-
picious persons, three
highway obstructions,
five disturbances, four
burglar alarms, two larce-
ny complaints, one civil
dispute, one trespassing
complaint, three loud
noise complaints, three
animal complaints, one
retail theft, two assists of


another agency, 12 public
service calls and 24 traf-
fic stops.

JACKSON COUNTY
SHERIFF'S OFFICE
The Jackson County
Sheriff's Office listed the
following incidents for
Jan. 21 and 22, the latest
available report: One
accident with injury, two
suspicious vehicles, two
suspicious incidents, one
highway obstruction, one
burglary, two verbal dis-
turbances, two burglar
alarms, two traffic stops,
one civil dispute, one
trespassing, one juvenile
complaint, one power line
down, five medical calls,
two traffic accidents, one


Marianna. Call 526-4005.
* MHS Project Graduation 2010 meets at
5:30 p.m. in the Evangel Worship Center at
2645 Pebble Hill Road, Marianna. All parents
of MHS seniors are encouraged to attend to
help plan the event. Call 482-7507.
* The Jackson Hospital Board of Trustees
convenes its regular Finance Committee
meeting at 5:30 p.m. in the Community
Room of the Hudnall Building.
* Alcoholics Anonymous open meeting -
Mondays, 8-9 p.m. at the First United
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna, in the AA room.

January 26 - Tuesday
* The Southeast Community Blood Center
mobile unit will be at Chipola College Nursing
8 a.m.-3 p.m. The center is open 9 a.m. to 6
p.m. Monday-Friday at 2503 Commercial
Park Drive, Marianna. Call 526-4403.
* Christine Gilbert teaches free quilting,
crocheting or knitting classes Tuesdays, 1
p.m. at the Jackson County Senior Citizens
center, 2931 Optimist Drive, Marianna. Call
482-5028.
* Jackson County Quilters Guild Sit-n-Sew
is every Tuesday evening, 6-8 p.m. in the
First United Methodist Church Youth Hall,
Clinton Street, behind the Marianna Post
Office. Call 272-7068.
* Alcoholics Anonymous open meeting -
Tuesdays, 8-9 p.m. at the First United
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna, in the AA room.

January 27 - Wednesday
* Eldercare Services, at 4297 Liddon St. in
Marianna, will give out USDA and Brown Bag
food at 8 a.m. USDA food will also be given
out at 8 a.m. at the Malone City Hall.
* Alcoholics Anonymous open meeting -
Wednesdays, 12-1 p.m. at'the First United
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna, in the AA room.
* The Jackson Hospital Board of Trustees
convenes its regular Board meeting at 5:30
p.m. in the Community Room of the Hudnall
Building.


fire alarm, one animal
complaint, one retail
theft, 10 public service
calls, three transports,
one patrol request, two
threats and one worthless
check.

JACKSON COUNTY
CORRECTIONAL
FACILITY
The following people
were booked into the
county jail during the lat-
est reporting periods:
- Paulette Hayes
Clemmons, 38, 2827A
Booker St., Marianna,
disorderly intoxication.
- David Adkins, 33,
25521 NE Pennington
Ave., Altha, non-payment
of child support.


January 28 - Thursday
* The regular meeting of the Jackson
County Library Board will be at noon in the
conference room, Green Street branch.
Agenda: Finalize plans for Feb. 4 fundraiser
(6-8 p.m. in the Ag Center on Pennsylvania
.Avenue); other business items.
* Marianna's Gathering Place Foundation
hosts' The Gathering Place for Single Adults
(50 and up), 6 p.m. every fourth Thursday of
the month at Jim's Buffet and Grill, with
music, activities and speakers. Love offerings
accepted; proceeds go to area charitable
projects/organizations. Call 526-4561.
* Classical guitarist David Asbury performs
at the Baptist College of Florida in Graceville,
7 p.m. in the R. G. Lee Chapel. Public wel-
come; free admission. Call 800-328-2660,
ext. 427.
* Alcoholics Anonymous closed discussion
- Thursday, 8-9 p.m. at the First United
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna, in the AA room. Attendance limited
to persons with a desire to stop drinking.

January 29 - Friday
* 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.
* Alcoholics Anonymous open meeting -
Fridays, 8-9 p.m. at the First United
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna, in the AA room.

January 30 - Saturday
* Dinner Theater Night at McCormick Lake
House, Compass Lake in the Hills features,
"All I Really Need to Know I Learned in
Kindergarten." Dinner at 6:30 p.m.; show at
7I30 p.m. Dinner and show: $20 ($25 at the
door). Call 579-5183 or 579-9910.
* 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.


* - Travis Grice, 32, New
Hope Road, Marianna,
non-payment of child
support.
- Anthony Perez-
Vasquez, 25, 99 Redwood
Circle, Pensacola, no
valid driver's license.
- Kenyetta Mills, 31,
1117 Hamilton Ave.,
Panama City, non-pay-
ment of child support.
- Tiffany Taylor, 24,
2026 Main St., Grand
Ridge, retail theft.
- Meggon Gardner, 22,
3063 D Hunter Fish
Camp Road, Marianna,
retail theft.
- Jamie Schmidt, 29,
1815 Bass St., Grand
Junction, Co., fugitive
from justice, possession


of a controlled substance,
possession of drug para-
phernalia.
- Trazetta Newman, 26,
936 8th Ave., Graceville,'
11 counts of worthless
checks.
- Kirk Oliver, 24, 5364
15th St., Malone; viola-
tion of county probation.
- Larry Williams, 46,
6285 Hartsfield Road,
Greenwood, armed rob-
bery.

JAIL POPULATION: 185

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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Franklins
Mr. and Mrs. Darrold
and Stephanie Franklin of
Marianna announce the
birth of a daughter, Sybil
Makayla Franklin, born
Jan. 14, 2010, 8:53 a.m. at
Jackson Hospital in
Marianna.
At birth, she weighed 7
pounds, 8 ounces, and was
20 inches in length.
She joins a sister,
Charlotte Dpnise, 6.
Maternal grandparents
are Leo and Betty Marlowe
of Bristol.
Paternal grandparents are
William and Annuel
Franklin of Graceville.
Great-grandparents are
Narvie Mae Barnes Bartley
and the late William H.
Franklin and Lucille B.
Franklin.

Jackson County
Life Policy
Engagement, wedding
and anniversary announce-
ments are published in the
Sunday edition of the
Jackson County Floridan. E-
mail your photo and the rele-
vant information to editori-
al@jcfloridan.com.
Submit announcements at
least two weeks before your
desired publication 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 accept-'
ed by phone or e-mail. The
deadline to proof and pay is
noon on the Wednesday
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
published for free.'
Questions? Call 526-3614
or e-mail editorial@jcflori-
dan.com.


JACKSON COUNTY LIFE


Jackson Count , Floridan - Snuda. .,naiiia 24, 2010 - 3A


welcome a daughter Stephens


S*' is three


Sybil Makayla Franklin


Tyus celebrates
Timothy Zade Tyus
of Sneads celebrated
his first birthday on
Dec. 15, 2009.
He is the son of
Timmy and Keli Tyus
of Sneads.
Grandparents are
Debbie and Michael
Shaw of Sneads; Steve
Harrison of
Tallahassee; and Beth
and Keith Tyus of .
Grand Ridge.
A "Sesame Street"
party was held Dec. 12
at the Grand Ridge Timol
Community Center, Zade T
where approximately
40 guests helped Zade
celebrate with an Elmo Cookie Mo
cake and Elmo and cakes.


County school employees

to be honored Monday


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN

Jackson County Teachers
Credit Union and Jackson,
County School Board will
be honoring many of our
outstanding employees at
this year's Teacher of the
Year, Rookie Teacher of the
Year, and School-Related
Employee of the Year


reception and program
beginning at 4:15 p.m.
Monday. The event will be
held in the cafeteria and
auditorium of Marianna
High School, 3546 Caverns
Road.
Refreshments will be
served in the cafeteria
beginning at 4:15 p.m. The
public is invited to attend.


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Ashton Cody Stephens celebrated his
third birthday Saturday, Nov. 28, 2009,
with a monster truck-themed party at his
home.
He is the son of Jonathan and Kristy
Stephens, and the grandson of Carl and
Donna Stephens, Wilbur Adkison and
Dennis and Sandie Bryant. He is the great-
grandson of Shorty and Ida Belle
Stephens, Horace Skipper and the late Ann
Skipper, the late Jack and Myrtle Adkison
and the late Kelly and Carolyn Sumner.
Once guests arrived, everyone sang
"Happy Birthday" as the candles were lit.
Cody's Daddy held him as he blew the
candles out on his cake, featuring a mon-
ster truck driving over vehicles. Cody and
guests enjoyed the cake, cocktail sausages,
chips, dip and drinks.
After refreshments, the monster truck
event was on. Each child was given a truck
to race, and all shared in the victory, as
they were given bags filled with candy,
Monster truck favors and a notepad with a
photo of Cody on the cover.


Local guild invites you

'Color your world with
SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
Those who are quil-
ters or would like to
learn, or who would
like to make new
friends and learn new
quilting techniques are
invited to joint the
Jackson County
Quilters Guild on Jan.
26 at 6 p.m. for their
regular monthly meet-
ing.
JCQG has several
programs for members who wish to particip
ing Round Robin, Block of the Month, Cha
ects, Show & Tell and weekly Sit-n-Sew. G
road trips to area quilt shops, quilt shows an
Last year, JCQG donated quilts to area orga
be used as fundraisers, as well as several la
that were given to residents of area nurs
Sandy Voss of Altha is the 2010 president.
"This year, our goal is to increase our me:
order to do more in and for our local comm
charities. I encourage all who share in this
join us, no matter your age or experience."
The monthly JCQG meeting is on the fou
of each month, at 6 p.m. at the First Unite
Church Youth Center on Clinton Street,
Marianna Post Office.
For more information, call Sandy Voss a
Linda Edwards at 272-7068 or Diane Hil
9200.


Ashton Cody Stephens
Following the race. Cody opened his
gifts with help from all the children. He
and the kids played with his remote control
monster truck and motorcycle and the
other toys as they were opened. After
opening his gifts, his Daddy brought his
new bicycle under the carport. He walked
by it, then turned around, got on it and
rode with help from his Daddy. The chil-
dren continued playing with Cody's new
toys to complete the evening of fun.


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Cottondale High School names top employees


Erica Barnes, Cottondale
High School School-relat-
ed Employee of the Year
and life-long citizen of
Jackson County, is married
to Christopher Barnes and
has 3-year-old twin boys,
Cale and Caden.
Barnes graduated from
Marianna High School in
2002 and has recently
obtained her Associate of
Arts degree from Chipola
College. She has been
employed in the Jackson
County school system for
over six years, working as a
paraprofessional at both
Golson Elementary and
Cottondale High School.
Currently, Barnes is
enrolled at Chipola College
in the elementary education
program.
Being enrolled as a full
time student, employed as a
full-time paraprofessional,
and the mother of twin
boys leaves little amount of
free time, but during those
precious times, she enjoys
reading and photography.
Although Barnes has not
always known she wanted
to be an educator, she has
always been a very dedicat-
ed, organized and creative
individual living closely by
the quote of former presi-
dent Abraham Lincoln,
"Whatever you are, be a
good one."
Clay Dilmore,
Cottondale High School
Teacher of the Year, gradu-
ated from Cottondale High
School in 2003 as salutato-
rian and attended Chipola
College, where he received
several awards for academ-
ic excellence, including the
Freshman Writing Award,
the Physical Science
Award, and a departmental
award for excellence in
social science.
Dilmore graduated
summa cum laude from
Chipola College as an hon-
ors program graduate. He
completed his. bachelor's
degree at Florida State
University, where, he also


Erica
Barnes


graduated sumi
laude. After
Dilmore returned
Cottondale and i
enjoying his third
middle school
arts teacher. In tl
of 2009, he
Rebecca Thomas
ed educator and
who also te
Cottondale High
Dilmore's love
ing attracted him
tion, and he h
enthusiasm can
students to s]
appreciation fc
edge. In the scan
away from th
Dilmore enjoys
and playing'guita


C Sherrie
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Cottondale
High School
Rookie of
the Year and
lifelong resi-
Clay Sherrie den ct o
Dilmore Melvin J County, ison
married to Michael C.
ma cllegeum Melvin. They have one
d home toge, daughter, Connor Melvin.
s currently Melvin graduated from
I yeaas a Grand Ridge High School
d year as a in 1988, attended Chipola
lae ngsummer Junior College and
married received her certification as
s, a talent- a licensed practical nurse in
Musician, 1994. She worked as a
aches at nurse at a local pediatric
School. office, for four years. In
for learn- 1999, she started working
to educa- as nurse for Jackson
hopes his County Health Department
hopespire his at Hope School - a career
hare, that turning point for Melvin -
r knowl- t and realized how much she
r moments enjoyed the classroom and
e school, decided to pursue a career
s reading in education.
ar. She graduated from the
University of West Florida


in 2009. She earned her
bachelor's in K-12 ESE
and K-6 education.
She is currently working
as a sixth grade teacher.
She teaches reading and
language arts. She is also
the sponsor for the Student
Government Association at
Cottondale High School.
As the wife of a coach
and mother of a daughter
that plays sports, Melvin
has very little free time.
When she does, she like to
read, exercise and spend
time with her family.


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County have responded to the many
appeals being made to assist the peo-
ple of Haiti. If you haven't contributed
something - food, clothes or money
- we urge you to do so.
First, it's the right thing to do. The
7.0-magnitude earthquake struck just
outside Port-au-Prince, Haiti's largest
city. The total metropolitan area is
home to some 2 million people, or
slightly less than a quarter of that
country's population. Few areas of the
city escaped damage. Some 200,000
people e believed dead; hundreds of
thousands more are homeless. The
country's infrastructure, in a shambles
to begin with, is in even worse shape
now.
Haiti's government has been crip-
pled, with nearly every office of
importance destroyed and communi-
cations cut off. President Rene Preval
right described the situation as a
"catastrophe."
Second, we are no strangers to natu-
ral disasters. Living as we do along
the hurricane-prone Gulf coast, we
know we could easily be next. Just as
we would hope and expect others to
come to our aid, we must do no less.
Many churches, businesses and
organizations have stepped forward to
do their part. We commend them for
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Church happy that vandalism
has ceased

Dear editor,

We would like to say thank you to
Sheriff Lou Roberts and Lt. Jamie Burch.
Over several months' time, our church
sustained almost $2,000-worth of vandal-
ism. They told us they would take care of
the vandalism. We have had no problem
since.
Again, thai you.

Sharon Dickson
Cypress United Methodist Church

Grice family grateful

Dear editor,

The family of Ingram Grice would like
to thank everyone who brought food, sent
flowers and cards, made phone calls or
visited the family during the loss of their
loved one.
Each and every expression of sympathy
was deeply appreciated. The support
shown to our family is a testament to his
influence throughout the community.
A special thanks to Covenant Hospice,
Marianna, for the care provided our loved
one.
God bless you all for your prayers.

The family of Ingram Grice

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The slippery slope argument for torture


BY A. BARTON HINKLE
MEDIA GENERAL NEWS SERVICE

Umar Farouk
Abdulmutallab's failed
attempt to blow up a jetliner
over Detroit on Christmas
Day has resurrected the
debate over torture. A
Rasmussen Poll at year's end
found a sqoid majority of
Americans favor using
"waterboarding and other
aggressive interrogation tech-
niques" to "gain information"
from him.
The idea enjoys support
from conservative organs such
as National Review and The
Weekly Standard. This is not
a position gracefully held by
the conservative end of the
political spectrum - which
remains, in domestic matters,
highly skeptical about the
government's ability to do
things right. For the past sev-
eral months conservatives
have been asking: Do we real-
ly want medical care handed
over to the same people who
brought you the IRS, the
DMV, and the Post Office'?
Given the TSA's recent con-
fiscation of 3-year-old Josh
Pitney's Play-Doh and the fact
that Mikey Hicks, an 8-year-
old Cub Scout, is stuck on the
no-fly list, perhaps a little
cynicism about national secu-
rity and black ops would be in
order, too.
For one thing, it's not clear
that waterboarding would
enable the U.S. to "gain infor-


mation." Maybe it would gain
only a pack of lies. As two
former military interrogators,
Steven Kleinman and
Matthew Alexander, observed
last March, there has been no
serious research concerning
what ought to be a paramount
question: whether brutal inter-
rogation actually work.
All we have suggesting oth-
erwise is a few anecdotes over
which there is a great deal of
disagreement. For instance,
conservatives say the water-
boarding of al-Qaida associate
Abu Zubaida led to informa-
tion about dirty bomber Jose
Padilla. But as FBI special
agent Ali Soufan has noted,
the authorization to use
enhanced interrogation tech-
niques came in August 2002
- three months after Padilla
had been arrested. Another
examination says the breaking
of Zubaida's will produced
only a lot of bad leads: "We
spent millions of dollars chas-
ing false alarms," an intelli-
gence official told The
Washington Post last year.
Many Americans might not
particularly care whether tor-
turing terrorists produces any
useful information or not.
Lashing 9/11 mastermind
Khalid Sheikh Mohammed to
a wagon wheel and breaking
every bone in his body would
seem to be just what he
deserves. But what about
Maher Arar? Through extraor-
dinary rendition, U.S. agents
shipped him off to Syria.


where the Canadian national
was subjected to months of
ghastly sadism. Turns out he
was innocent, and the
Canadian government wound
up paying him $10 million in
reparations. Oops. A case of
mistaken identity led to simi-
lar treatment for Khaled el-
Masri, who was brutalized in
the "salt pit," a secret CIA
prison in Afghanistan.
For some, torturing the
occasional innocent bystander
might be the price we have to
pay to keep America safe. But
that line of reasoning - the
end justifies the means - is a
treacherous road to go down.
It might start with the ticking
time-bomb hypothetical:
Would you torture one guilty
person to save a million inno-
cents? Most people would say
yes. (How about a thousand
innocents? Fifty? Two?) It
ends with the organ-donation
hypothetical: Would you kill
one innocent person to harvest
his organs and save five oth-
ers? Most people would say
no. Yet it's hard to draw a
bright line that stops move-
ment from one position to the
other.
Indeed, as Michael Kinsley
writes in Slate. abandoning
the prohibition on torture
makes it easier to erase all
kinds of lines. For instance,
"it is hard to explain why you
would torture a teenager
abducted into a terrorist gang
if this would save a dozen
lives, but would not torture a


uniformed military officer in
order to save a thousand." We
can go further: Why torture a
possibly innocent foreigner,
but not a clearly guilty
American? Why not torture
the next Timothy McVeigh to
find out about any other
homegrown terrorist plots that
might be afoot? Given the toll
illicit drug use inflicts, why
not torture streetcorner drug
dealers to find their suppliers?
Most of the arguments for
waterboarding and other
forms of torture (and water-
boarding is one: The U.S.
prosecuted Japanese military
officials after World War II
for waterboarding American
G.I.s) assume that American
agents will know with perfect
clarity that they have the right
guy, that he will tell the truth
under torture, and that.he
would not tell the truth\about
it under more professional
approaches.
Experience already has
given us reason to doubt all
those premises. Do conserva-
tives who speculate that a
government which would ship
granny off to a death panel
think it will exercise greater
care in deciding who ought to
be tortured, and how much?
Or has the war on terror sim-
ply led them to a renewed
appreciation for moral rela-
tivism?
"The spirit of liberty is the
spirit which is not too sure
that it is right." - Judge
Learned Hand


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GHS top employees named


SPECIAL 1O Tr1F FLORIDAN

Jeff Edge has been select-
ed as Graceville High
School's Teacher of the
Year.
He teaches eighth grade
English, 10th grade Honors
English and 12th grade
Advanced Placement litera-
ture and composition. He
has been teaching for the
past seven years. He taught
two years at Honeysuckle
Middle School, Dothan,
Ala., sixth grade; three
years at Marianna Middle
School, ninth grade
English; and two years, at
Graceville High School,
eighth, 10th and 12th grade.
He graduated from
Crestview High School in
1979, attended college at
Lurleen B. Wallace Junior
College, Andalusia, Ala.
(1981), University of West
Florida, Pensacola (1993),
and Troy State University
Dothan (1998). He has an
A.A. degree, B.A. degree in
communication arts/jour-
nalism; a master's degree in
elementary education and a
bachelor's in secondary
education/English.
His achievements include
being a part of three straight
"A" schools during his time
at Marianna Middle School.
On being recognized by
his peers for this honor at
Graceville High, Edge said,
"to me, this is like the NFL
Pro Bowl because your


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peers - not the administra-
tion or students - select
you.'"
Edge's special goals are
to seek improvement in his
teaching every year - he
said you're never too good
to learn something new;
keep the Graceville High
girls basketball program
and young ladies among the
state's best; and to push his
students and AP class to be
one the county models, and
be among the state's and
nation's best.
He is married to Penny
Edge, and the couple has
two children: a son, Alex,
10, and a daughter,
Viktoriya, 6. They attend
Heard Magnet School in
Dothan, and are "A" honor
roll students. The couple
adopted Viktoriya from
Russia when she was seven
months old.
He and his family attend
the First Baptist Church,
Dothan. His hobbies
include all sports. Edge said
even though he has aged, he
considers himself a ",outh-
ful" 48. He still loves play-


ing basket-
ball, and he
also< enjoys
golf.
"You have
to have a
'calling' to
teach'" Edge
said regard-
ing what he
loves most


about the job. "For me
every day is different. I
especially enjoy being at
GHS because I'm involved
in many aspects of the
school. I not only teach
three classes, but I help
monitor all of our student
athlete grades and assist on
our girls' basketball team.
As far as teaching, I try to
be flexible for all my stu-
dents, yet blend my organi-
zation, structure and per-
sonality to my classes. The
kids aren't fooled - they
know if you truly care
about them as people, as
well as students."
Thomas Register has
been selected as Graceville
High School's Rookie of
the Year.
He is the boy's head bas-
ketball coach at Graceville.
He also teaches sixth grade
science, ninth grade person-
al fitness and sixth through
eighth grade physical edu-
cation.
This is his first year of
teaching.
He is a graduate of
Chipley High School, has'


an A.A. degree from
Chipola College and a
B.Sc. io social science from
FSU-Panama City.
SHe is married to Merisa
Register and they have a
daughter. Marlaina. and a
baby on the way. The cou-
ple attends the First Baptist
Church in Bayou George.
His main hobby is bas-
ketball.
Coach Register's com-
ments on what he loves
most about his job, "I enjoy
having the chance to make
a difference in the kids
lives."
Diane Sims is Graceville
High School's Staff Related
Employee of the Year.
She is a guidance and
ESE paraprofessional at
GHS, and has been
employed with the Jackson
County School Board for
nine years. She is a
Graceville High School
graduate.
She is married to Wayne
Sims, and they have four
children and 10 grandchil-
dren.
She arid her family attend
the New Hope Assembly of
God Church. Her hobbies
include cooking and spend-
ing time with her husband
and family.
Sims comments on why
she loves her job, "I love
the fact that I get to work
one-on-one with the stu-
dents every day. I have a
very rewarding job."


Top employees named at Grand Ridge


Judy Alexander has been
selected as Grand Ridge
Elementary Teacher of the
Year. She has been a
teacher at Grand Ridge for
27 years and prior to that,
worked as secretary at
Grand Ridge School and-
Jackson County School
Board. Judy graduated
from Chipola Junior
College and Troy State
University, and attended
University of West Florida
for reading endorsement
classes. She is currently a
reading coach and in that
position works with teach-
ers, administrators and stu-
dents.
She is married to Glenn
Alexander, teacher of agri-
science at Grand Ridge.
They have two sons, Craig
and Dana, and their wives
and four grandchildren,
who keep family life busy


Judy
Alexander


Linda LeAnna
McDaniel Hataway


and active.
Linda McDaniel has
been selected Teacher of
the Year for Grand Ridge
Middle School. This is her
third year teaching at
Grand Ridge, and she is
currently teaching eighth
grade language arts and
research. She graduated
from Chattahoochee High
School, Tallahassee
Community College, and
the University of West
Florida before receiving
her professional teaching
certification.


She is married
McDaniel and
two children.
Trent, 15, atter
High School,
daughter Tristen
Grand Ridge Sc
First year
LeAnna Hataw
fifth grade re:
guage arts, and
ies teacher at G
School. She gra
a B.A. in elem
cation from t
College of F
Graceville. Hat


pleted her teaching intern-
ship with the Department
of Defense Dependent
Schools in Germany at
Vogelweh Air Force Base.
She is married to
Christopher Hataway and
they currently reside in
Linda Ashford, Ala.
Johnson Linda Johnson has
d to Randy worked at Grand Ridge
they have School for 19 years. She
Their son has worked as a paraprofes-
nds Sneads sional in the pre-kinder-
and their garten classroom for the
n, 8, attends past four years. Linda's
thool. hobby is genealogy. She
teacher, also loves being with her
vay, is the grandchildren.
ading, Ian-
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Marianna High School names top employees


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Susie Barber, Marianna
High School Teacher of the
Year 2010, is a family and
consumer sciences teacher.
She is in her fourth year of
teaching, all at Marianna
High. The majority of her
classes are part of the
Culinary Academy, where
67 students are enrolled.
Students in this academy
are introduced to careers in
the restaurant and hospital-
ity industry and are taught
basic skills needed to
achieve success in this
field. This year, students
have planted an organic
vegetable and herb garden,
in order to produce their
own harvest to use in the


Susie
Barber


Irene
Henderson


classroom. Before teaching
high school, Barber was
employed in several posi-
tions related to the food
industry.
Barber graduated from
Pace High School, received
a B.A. in Communications
from the University of
West Florida, and a teach-
ing certificate from
Chipola College. She is
married to Alan Barber,


and they
have three
cemployed wih he Jackson
Perry, 22,
Evan,g at1,
and Anna, 6.
I renee
Nathan Henderson,d
Marianinaa
enteriGoodman High School
School-Related Employee
of the Year 2010, has been
employed with the Jackson
County School Board for
19 years, working at
Marianna High 10 of those
years as a receptionist.
Henderson is the first indi-
vidual encountered when
entering the school; she
greets everyone with a
smile and a warm wel-
come. Answering the


phone, delivering messages
to faculty, staff and stu-
dents, checking students
out and collecting home-
work for students in their
absence are just a few daily
tasks that Henderson per-
forms.
She is married to Dr.
Marvin Henderson, and
they are the founders and
senior pastors of the New
Beginning Outreach
Ministries in Jacob City.
The couple has four chil-
dren: Tekisha White,
Marvin A. Henderson,
Derrick Henderson and
Tenisha Henderson. They
are the grandparents of
four: Mercedes Jackson,
Kamahl Jackson, Malik
Henderson and Maurion


Henderson, and a daughter-
in-law, Lenora Henderson,
who was nominated as
Rookie Teacher of the Year
2010 at Chipley High
School.
She enjoys working with
faculty, staff, students and
parents at Marianna High.
She believes in excellence
in maintaining a well bal-
anced environment.
Nathan Goodman,
Marianna High School
Rookie Teacher of the Year
2010, has been involved
with coaching -- football,
baseball and weightlifting
- for more than 28 years.
This is his first year in the
classroom as a teacher.
Goodman is a graduate
of Blountstown High


School, and has a B.Sc. and
master's degree from
Florida State University.
Before teaching, he did
commercial construction,
and in the past was the
county administrator in
Calhoun County and the
executive director for the
Calhoun County Chamber
of Commerce. He is an
active member of the
Rivertown Community
Church.
His wife of 23 years,
Alicia, is an ESE teacher at
Blountstown Elementary
School. They have two
children: Chesten, 15, a
freshman at Marianna High
School, and Chessa, 11, a
student at Blountstown
Junior High.


Graceville Elementary names employees of the year


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN

Robin Wright Mercer,
Graceville Elementary
School Teacher of the Year,
graduated from Cottondale
High School 1994, holds an
A.A. degree from Chipola
College, and a B.A. in
E lem e n t a r y
Education/ESOL ESE from
the University of West
Florida.
She has been teaching
first grade for five years.
Mercer also received the
Rookie Teacher of the Year
honor for 2007 at Graceville
Elementary School.
She and her husband of
10 years, Noel Mercer, have
three children: Andrew, 6,
Evan, 3, and Lelia, 1.
Mercer's hobbies include
spending time with her fam-
ily and reading books.
When asked what she
loves most about her job,
Mercer replied, "Teaching
is a rewarding profession
because you shape and
mold students' minds and
attitudes for the future. I
enjoy teaching because I am


Robin W.
Mercer
able to witness m
growth throughout
I enjoy interaction,
dents on a daily
observing their
and enthusiasm
ing."
Scott Key
Graceville E
School Scho
Employee of the
worked for Jacks
School Board at (
years. He is th
maintenance pers
school.
Howell's duties
making sure ro
heat and air cond
well as proper
plumbing. He ma
beautiful yards at
Elementary and
.lunchroom clean.


.-3. A lifelong
resident of
Graceville,
he is a mem-
ber of the
Firsi United'
Methodist
Church. He
Scott K Rachel J. tended
Howell Thomas C h i p o 1 a
y students' College.
ut the year. Howell enjoys working
g with stu- with the staff and adminis-
basis and trators, however he loves
creativity helping the children.
for learn- "I am truly blessed to be a
part of the Jackson County
Howell, School System," Howell
elementaryy said.
ol-Related Rachel Jane Thomas,
Year, has Graceville Elementary
on County School Rookie of the Year,
GES for 10 completed her internship at
ie general GES last year and was hired
son for the as a paraprofessional after
completing her internship.
es include She was hired as a full-time
oms have fourth grade teacher at GES
itioning as in July of 2009.
working Thomas completed her
iintains the Associate in Arts degree at
Graceville Chipola Colleg6 on Dec. 14,
keeps the 2007.
She was then accepted


into the Elementary
Education Program at
Florida State University -
Panama City.
She received her
Bachelor of Science in
Elementary Education in
May 2009, graduating
Magna Cum Laude.
Thomas managed to take
care of her family, work a
part-time job, and complete
her four-year degree - in
two and a half years.
She and husband Craig
have two beautiful children:
Son Caulin, 5, and daughter
Lainee Jane, 3.
Thomas is very dedicated
to her family as well as her
job. She believes that each
child learns on an individual
basis and strives to nurture
her students' individual
needs.
Her greatest reward is to
see her students get excited
about learning. She also
believes in consistent and
open communication with
parents.
She loves working with
the staff at GES and could
not imagine working any-


The family should be a place of refuge


where else. Thomas said, "I
am extremely fortunate to
work in such a wonderful
community and to be a part
of making a difference in
each of my students learn-
ing experiences.
I truly believe that being a


teacher is what I was meant
to do. I couldn't imagine
having any other career. I
am personally grateful to
Jackson County and their
dedication to making learn-
ing a wonderful experi-
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tently expressed that one of
my biggest concerns is the
continuous deterioration of
the family unit.
What has happened to
one of the greatest gifts the
world was ever given, that
is, the family? During this'
age of worldwide disasters,
financial woes and horren-
dous criminal activities,
most of us could use some
type of love and encourage-
ment to proceed from day
to day. If ever there was a
time to have a solid family
structure, the time is now.
The term "broken home"
has become so much of a
reality that it can almost be
considered normal. One of
the meanings of the word
"broken" is not in working
condition, or out of order.
That definition is exactly
what has happened to some
of our families; the mem-
bers are not working
together, and things in
some homes are out of
order. There is no structure
and discipline, or mutual
respect for those who are
supposed to be your closest
allies.
There are many things in
the world that are broken,
but with the right ingredi-
ents, can be fixed or cor-
rected. Why not the fami-


Bridge club

results

The Marianna Duplicate
Bridge Club plays bridge on
Monday afternoons in the St.
Luke's Episcopal Church Parish
Hall. For the week of Jan. 18,
the winners were as follows:
First place - Douglas Parker
and Kurt Opferman.
Second place - Lois
Stanwaity of Newton, Ala., and
Armin Kunkler of Bonifay.
Third place - Sara Lewis of
Dothan, Ala., and John Lewis of
Marianna.
Fourth place - Ida Knowles
of Headland, Ala., and Verona
Gustafson of Dothan.
Fifth place - Betty
Brendemuehl and Jane McKee,
both of Marianna.
Sixth place - Elaine Yost
and Barbara Wasdin, both of
Dothan.
Seventh place -Betty
Lunsford of Graceville, and
Irene Minchew of Marianna.


ly? The distance between
some family members is so
far that it will take a strong
desire from each person to
get back on track; but it is
definitely worth it.
One of the worst situa-
tions anyone can have is
when family members, in
the same house, act and
feel as though they are
strangers. With divorces
and many people re-marry-
ing, there are quite a few
challenges within some
families. When two fami-
lies are brought together
through marriage, care
should be taken to try and
make the children comfort-
able.
At times, adjusting to


new family members can
be a struggle; but if respect
for each other is put at the
top of the list, things will
be better for all. In order to
put a broken home and
family back together it will
take respect, understand-
ing, compassion, forgive-
ness, patience and love.
Personally, I feel that
terms like step-child, step-
father, step-mother, half-
brother and half-sister
should be used as little as
possible; it takes away
from the feeling of com-
pleteness. Often, people
will go out of their way to
make a good impression on
the people around them at
work or in other capacities;


yet they do nothing to help
improve their own family
situation. It will take work,
and at times sacrifices to
improve the condition of
the family and the home
atmosphere.
The world is tough
enough as it is, so why not
make your home what it
should be; a place you can
relax, feel comfortable and
be you, without being
caught up in the unpre-
dictable atmosphere of the
outside world. If you want
and need a "comfort zone"
in your life, why not make
moves toward having one
in the privacy of your own
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Pack 170 Cub Scouts dig into art, astronomy


Sri CIAL To lii FLORIDAN
Cub Scouts in Pack 170
gathered for their weekly
den meeting on Jan. 15, at
the First Presbyterian
Church, where Wolf, Bear
and Webelos scouts
worked together on a vari-
ety of projects.
Webelos started a new
unit titled "Artist." Under
the direction of leader Alan
Mathis and Tammniy Mathis,
scouts were involved in
several activities focused
on the creative process of
art.
At one of the art centers
set up for scouts, they used
a computer to make at least
six original designs using
straight lines, curved lines
and a combination of both.
Scouts also created basic
shapes on the computer,
including squares, circles,
triangles, and more.
Scouts had their profile
pictures drawn by Scout
grandparent Betty Mathis,
at the next art center. Each
Scout sat with a light shin-
ing on them, casting a
shadow on the drawing
pad.
The side views of their
faces were then traced with
chalk on large sheets of
construction paper.
Finally, the boys worked
on creating their individual
scrapbooks. From maga-
zines, they cut out pictures
of activities and things of
interest to them. Tammy
Mathis designed and put
together personalized note-
books for each Scout to use
for the project.
Wolf and Bear scouts
continued working on
requirements to earn their
Astronomy belt loops.
Leaders Wilson Sanchez
and David McArthur began
by talking with the scouts

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Leaders David McArthur, left, and Wilson Sanchez
instruct Isaiah Long and Will Sanchez on the proper use
of a telescope. - Contributed photo


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Sean Gaffaney, left, takes his turn looking through the
nhntn


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his scrapbook. - Contributed photo


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Reform

"I'll be honest with you,
there were two main areas
that caused the failure,"
Cantrell said. "First, our
medical services. We failed
that standard because we
didn't have a full-time doc-
tor and had a shortage of
nurses. However, we now
have a full-time doctor on
campus, and all nurse posi-
tions are filled.
"Then there was an issue
of safety and security,
which was another stan-
dard we didn't meet, but
one we are taking all meas-
ures to correct," Cantrell
noted.
According to the DJJ
report, investigators found
that guards were losing
their keys frequently,
weren't frisking the boys
properly, and at times were
failing to transport the boys
according- to the specified
guidelines. Cantrell said
administration was work-
ing to address these issues.
The regular loss of keys led
to the implementation of a
new key control, which
includes key pads and a
permanent key ring that
will never leave campus,
Cantrell said.
The youth surveys taken
by DJJ officials also identi-


fied areas of concern.
Seven of the nine boys sur-
veyed. said guards have
threatened them or they
have heard guards threaten
other boys, and five of the
nine said they did not feel
safe.
When asked about these
issues Friday, Cantrell
responded, "Is it possible
that a guard has said, 'I'm
going to beat your you
know what?' It wouldn't
shock me. Do I think that
the boys also look at these
surveys as a way to get
back at this place?
Absolutely I do. But
regardless, I am doing
everything possible to
assure that this behavior is
not tolerated.
"Any staff member
caught cursing at the kids, I
will send home on the spot.
No questions asked."
Cantrell is also currently
in the process of evaluating
the facility as a whole to
identify the areas needed
for improvement. He has
met with all the department
heads to set his expecta-
tions for all staff members,
and has personally walked
through all the resident cot-
tages to observe the boys
and assess their habits.


Cantrell added that he is
also constantly observing
the staff and gauging their
attitudes.
"I want to be sure we
have all the right people in
all the right positions," he
said.
As expected, the recent
evaluation failure has
attracted more negative
attention for Dozier and
has not gone unnoticed in
the state's capital. The St.
Petersburg Times reported
Friday that Gov. Charlie
Crist said if the state can't
fix the school, "then you
can do what's necessary,
including shutting it
down."
The Times also quoted
Sen. Victor Crist, chairman
of the Senate committee
that recommends funding
for corrections institutions.
"Right now we're in con-
versation mode. We have to
make some very serious
decisions, and this looks
like a no-brainer," the
Tampa Republican state
senator said.
Rep. Marti Coley, R-
Marianna, also commented
on the issue, and was clear
in her assurance that after
speaking to Sen. Crist per-
sonally, she was confident


there are no plans to close
Dozier.
"I spoke with Senator
Crist and he said that there
are budget issues ,surround-
ing all correction facilities.
But as far as Dozier is con-
cerned, there are no plans
on anyone's radar to close
the facility. DJJ doesn't
want it to close and neither
do I or a majority of my
constituents," Coley said.
Cantrell responded to the
talk of closure by saying, "I
have been assured that
Dozier is not going to close
and that we will receive all
the resources we need to
improve every facet of
what goes on here."
According to Cantrell,
one of the biggest improve-
ments is the creation and
implementation of an elec-
tronic data collection sys-
tem. Currently, most of the
school's data is recorded by
hand, making it difficult to
sort through and identify
trends.
"With this new system,
we will have all the data in
one central place, which
will allow us to pinpoint
any problem areas. At the
click of a button, we would


be able to identify issues
such as the cottage with the
most disciplinary prob-
lems, or a time period with
the most grievances. The
collection of this data
would then prompt us to
investigate these areas and
solve the problem,"
Cantrell said.
In addition to the data
collection system, Cantrell
hopes to incorporate pro-
grams in hydroponics,
computer science as well as
a possible culinary arts pro-
gram. Cantrell explained
that not all students want to
drive nails or work under
cars. he said, and these pro-
grams could be great addi-
tions to the current voca-
tional programs.
With all the negative
news lately, the positive
has been constantly over-
looked, Cantrell said.
"We have numerous
vocational programs, all of
which have been successful
in the past. The kids really
enjoy them and they teach
skills on many levels,"
Cantrell said.
The boys have many
options, including training
in plumbing, auto mechan-


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ics, masonry, carpeting,
general facility mainte-
nance as well as CPR and
lifeguard training.
There is also the Fetch
program, which includes
an on-campus kennel for
dogs adopted from shelters.
This program gives the
boys an opportunity to pro-
vide obedience training and
house-breaking for the
dogs. The dogs can then be
adopted for free by the
public.
"The Fetch Program is
great for teaching patience
and empathy. The boys
learn to care for the animal
and form a bond, which is
something some struggle to
do," Cantrell said.
Cantrell said regardless
of what the media reports
or the talk going around, he
plans to focus solely on the
turnaround of Dozier.
"We have nothing to hide
here," he said. "We want
the community to be
involved, and we are mak-
ing strides to turn this place
around. We will get this
place back to where it
needs to be, and we hope
the community will help us
in their support."


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Clinic Continued From Page 1A

offer health care and health education to for the facility; we are just waiting for all
at-risk communities, but it will also open the funding to come in. We have fundrais-
job opportunities. Bohles expects as many ers coming up and are working on getting
as 80 jobs, and numerous volunteer oppor- the word out so we can start building,"
tunities. McFarland added that it will also Bohles said.
offer internship opportunities to local col- The property McFarland-inherited from
lege students. her grandfather has multiple vacant struc-
McFarland is a Marianna native and has tures on it. The smallest one is currently
been chasing this dream for as long as she being cleaned up for use.
can remember. "Right now, we are cleaning up the
McFarland's grandfather used to own smallest building and renovating it for
the property where she plans to build the office space and our outreach program,"
facility. She says it was there she learned Bohles said. "We have already begun our
the value of giving back to the community. community outreach services, and are
"My grandfather was well-known and working to convert the structure into a
well-respected. He gave back any chance place for children."
he could. He taught me to serve my com- Bohles explained that among the many
munity," McFarland said. outreach services H.E.L.P.S. will offer,
McFarland and Bohles have been some are already available.
friends for more than 20 years, and have "We are currently working with children
been across the country and back chasing to help with math and reading skills, coun-
this dream. selling and after-school care," Bohles said.
"I met Angela in California when she Once the building renovations are com-
first decided to study medicine. She has plete, the outreach program will be up and
been talking about this dream ever since," running. McFarland expects to start in a
Bohles said. "She wanted to go to med few weeks.
school and then open a clinic to help the The clinic, however, is a much more
less fortunate." complex project and therefore will be
Bohles explained how the dream pro- another few months, according to
gressed over time. After many years, McFarland.
McFarland decided to seize the day. To help fund the building of the clinic,
"She had already moved to Georgia H.E.L.P.S. officials will be hosting an
from California, and decided she was Anniversary Gala on March 27 at the Russ
going to move back to Florida, go to FSU House from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.
medical school and open her clinic," The event will be a black tie affair and
Bohles said. "Then she asked if I would will include a facility presentation, corn-
join her." munity service awards, a silent auction,
"So I took a leap of faith, left everything dining, dancing and a site tour.
but a. suitcase of clothes behind me and McFarland and Bohles hope the event
moved clear across the country for the will raise enough money to get through the
belief in Angela and her dream," Bohles preliminary building stages.
said. "We look forward to the gala and look
Once Bohles relocated to the Sunshine forward to bettering Jackson County with
State, McFarland and Bohles began the our services," McFarland said.
preliminary stages of creating their organ- For more information regarding dona-
ization. tions and support for H.E.L.P.S., contact
"Right now, we have the blue print plans Rhonda Bohles at 760-265-7312.


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was later located south of Madison Street If anyone has any information regarding
by a citizen. The only item missing from the recent burglaries contact the Marianna
the purse was the cash. Police Department at 526-3125 or
The Marianna Police Department is still CrimeStoppers at 526-5000.
investigating the matter and are-looking for Anyone providing information leading
the suspects responsible for the recent to the arrest of the suspect is eligible for a
vehicle burglaries. cash reward.


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8.3 percent last month, compared to 8.2 lowest unemployment rate in the state - it
percent in November. stood at 6 percent in December, down
Washington County reported 11.2 percent marginally from 6.1 percent in November.
unemployment last month, up from 11 per- Florida's unemployment rose to 11.8
cent in November. percent in December, from 11.5 percent in
Calhoun County unemployment stood at November. December's unemployment
9.4 percent last month, compared to 9.3 rate is the highest since May 1975, when it
percent in November. was 11.3 percent, according to the work-
Liberty County continues to enjoy the force board.


Citrus Continued From Page 1A


groves, and put an end to the Panhandle's
citrus dominance.
Freezes in 1985 and 1989 destroyed
many of the 'citrus groves around Orlando.
But the latest freeze wasn't nearly as
destructive.
"After walking through the grove and
looking through the trees now, we're opti-
mistic that the damage is going to be min-
imal and we will be able to harvest next
November," Glass said.
Glass reported he didn't lose a single
tree during the cold weather period, and
A


attributes that accomplishment to better
technology than anyone could have dreamt
of in the 1930's. Farmers are now able to
spray their trees with water during extreme
Cold, and the melting ice creates heat for
the tree to survive the frigid outside air
temperatures.
It apparently worked.
"It's actually broken a few limbs, but
nothing drastic. We're seeing some twig
damage, but not a lot," Glass said. "Like
farmers are, we're always optimistic that
we'll get through this."


replica studio set and a performance in
front of a live audience, contestants feel as
if they are in the actual running to be the
next American Idol.
Mathis'blew the audience away with her
rendition of "Respect" by Aretha Franklin
and surpassed the other contestants with
audience votes, thus winning the prelimi-
nary round. With that victory, Mathis was
invited to return for that night's finale.
"She had her hair and make-up done and
worked with a vocal coach for a little bit
before the show," Ann Mathis, Elizabeth's
mother said. "It was unreal."
Mathis repeated her performance for a
new audience for the night's finale, and
again impressed the audience, leading to
her win.
"I couldn't believe it. I was so excited
and nervous all at the same time," Mathis
said.
If voted the best singer of the day by
audience members, Disney offers contest-
ants a "dream ticket."
This ticket provides a scheduled audi-
tion with the American Idol judges, with-
out the hassle of going through the large
cattle calls held in various cities.
"With this ticket, I have a year to audi-
tion for American Idol without having to


James & Sikes Funeral Home
Maddox Chapel
4278 Lafayette St.
Marianna, FL 32446
850-482-2332
www.jamesandsikesfuneralh
omes.com

Richard
Lamar
Barrentine

The funeral service for Ri-
chard Lamar Barrentine
will be Sunday, Jan. 24, at 2
P.M. at James & Sikes Mad-
dox Chapel. Burial will fol-
low in the Cottondale As-
sembly of God Cemetery.


James & Lipford
Funeral Home
5390 Cotton St.
Graceville, FL 32440
850-263-3238

Joseph "Joe"
Lee Hinson

Joseph "Joe" Lee Hinson,
97, of Graceville passed
away Friday, Jan. 22, 2010,
at Campbellton-Graceville
Hospital following an ex-
tended illness.
The funeral service will
be 2 P.M. on Sunday, Jan.
24, in the James & Lipford
Funeral Home Chapel,
with the Rev. Chester
Padgett officiating. Burial
will follow in Damascus
Cemetery with. James &
Lipford Funeral Home in
Graceville directing.
The family will receive
friends at the funeral
home, Sunday, from 1 P.M.
until time of service.
Mr. Joe was a native and
lifelong resident of Grace-
ville. He farmed all his life
and was a member of the
Sons of the Confederacy.
He was preceded in
death by his beloved wife,
Jessie Lee Hinson, son
Donald Hinson, grand-
daughter Robyn Hinson
Campbell, four brothers;
and one sister.
He is survived by son and
daughter-in-law Robert
and Ruby Hinson and a
daughter-in-law Gloria
Hinson, all of Graceville;
four grandchildren, Teresa
Creel and husband James,


wait in any of those lines or go through any
preliminary auditions. I can just skip all
that," Mathis said.
Mathis explained that she more than
likely was going to wait until the summer
to audition.
"I would like to wait until summer, that
way I'll be out of school and I will have
time to prepare," she said.
Mathis has been singing all her life, and
is involved with Marianna High's show
choir. She also sings the "National
Anthem" at Marianna High basketball
games.
"I love singing, I've been doing it for 18
years," she said.
Ann Mathis said Elizabeth was more
than likely going to audition in either the
upcoming Atlanta auditions, or in
Jacksonville.
"We have family in Atlanta, so we might
just make a trip of it," Ann said.
Disney's American Idol Experience is a
daily event at Disney's Hollywood Studios
theme park. The ticket doesn't cover any
expenses, just the guarantee of a reserved
audition.
"We are all just so proud of Elizabeth,
and look forward to the summer," Ann


OBITUARIES
Tim Hinson, Renae Reeves
and husband Michael, and
Britt Hinson; four great-
grandchildren, Drew Creel,
Summer Creel, Makayla
Campbell and Easton
Wyatt Hinson;, and a host'
of nieces and nephews.
Peoples Funeral Home
2876 Orange St.
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850-482-2233
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Walter
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Mr. Walter Leonard of
Marianna entered into
eternal rest on Wednesday,
Jan. 20, 2010, in the Parthe-
non Health Care of Blount-
stown. He was 81.
A native of Jackson Coun-
ty, he was a Baptist and a
member of the Mt. Tabor
Missionary Baptist Church,
where he was active in the
Brotherhood Ministry. He
retired from Sunland as a
human service worker.
A homegoing celebration
will be held Monday, Jan.
25, 11 A.M. at the Mt. Tabor
Missionary Baptist Church,
with the Revs. Dwight
Cockerham, Johnny Hor-
ton, William Harvey, Mi-
chael Williams and Virgil
Johnson officiating. Inter-
ment will follow in the
church cemetery, with ar-
rangements entrusted to
the caring staff of Peoples
Funeral Home of Marian-
na.
A lifetime of love and pre-
cious memories will forev-
er linger with his wife of 61
years, Elizabeth Leonard of
Marianna; one son, Stanley
Leonard of Marianna; one
daughter, Phyllis Leonard
of Tallahassee; two brot-
hers-in-law, George Baker
of Panama City and Roy
Porter of Marianna; three
sisters-in-law, Kate Long
and Louise Baker, both of


Marianna, and Mildred
Worlds and her husband
Charles of Clearwatei; six
grandchildren, Cedric Bell-
amy, Kenya Leonard and
Annette Hayes, all of Ma-
rianna, Dion Bellamy of
Lawton, OK., Donovan
Leonard of Tallahassee,
and Andrea Leonard of Mi-
ami; sixteen great-grand-
children; & a host of nieces,
nephews, cousins, other
relatives and dear friends.
The family will receive
friends at Peoples Funeral
Home Chapel on Sunday,
Jan. 24, from 5 to 6 P.M.
Mr. Leonard will lie in re-
pose for one hour at the
church prior to service on
Monday.




James & Sikes Funeral Home
Maddox Chapel
4278 Lafayette St.
Marianna, FL 32446
850-482-2332
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mes.com

Mary T. Ratliff

Mary T. Ratliff, 83, of
Panama City died Friday,
Jan. 22, 2010, at Sea Breeze
Healthcare in Panama City.
She was a native of
Thomas County, Ga., and a
homemaker.
Survivors include two
daughters, Mary H. Mc-
Cormick and husband
Tommy of Youngstown,
and Christine E. Baggett
and husband Ernest of
Panama City; one brother
Homer Vick of Ochlocknee,
Ga.; one sister, Ellen
Morris of Thomasville, Ga.;
five grandchildren; and
several, great-grandchild-
ren and great-great-
grandchildren.
The graveside funeral
service will be at 2 P.M.
Monday, Jan. 25, at Laurel
Hill Cemetery in Tho-
masville, with. the Rev.
Tommy McCormick
officiating and James &
Sikes Funeral Home
Maddox Chapel of Mar-
ianna directing.
The family will receive
friends from 5 to 7 P.M.
Sunday, Jan. 24, at James &
Sikes Maddox Chapel in
Marianna.


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BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTs EDITOR
SNEADS - After two
straight close losses to Jackson
County teams, the Blountstown
Tigers avoided an 0-3 week with
a .50-43 win over the Sneads
Pirates Friday night.
Blountstown (11-7) lost home
district games to Cottondale
Tuesday and Graceville Thursday
by a combined three points.
On Friday, Tigers star Leon
Broxton made sure his team did-
n't suffer the same fate in Sneads.
The senior forward scored 24
points for Blountstown, which
improved to 7-6 in district play.
Tigers coach Tony Davis said
he was relieved to avoid a win-
less week.
"I don't know what they're
putting in the water in Jackson
County, but we played three real-
ly tough teams this week," the
coach said. "All are well-coached
and all three gave us battles.
"Unfortunately, we couldn't
get a win against the first two this
week, but to get a win in a tough
environment like Sneads is huge.
I feel blessed to get out of here
with a win."
Blountstown has just one
league game remaining against
Holmes County at home on
Tuesday.


"To get a win in a
tough environment like
Sneads is huge. I feel
blessed to get out of
here with a win."
-Tony Davis,
Blountstown coach

Sneads fell to 12-8 overall and
8-5 in league play with the loss.
The Pirates host Graceville on
Tuesday in their final district
game of the season.
Sneads was without three regu-
lars in Terrance Pittman, Will
Holmes and Delvin Oliver. But
Pirates coach Kelvin Johnson
said he was happy with the effort
his team gave all things consid-
ered.
"I thought we played pretty
well overall," the coach said.
"We missed some easy shots, and
we turned the ball over too much
late, which turned out to be the
difference in the game.
"But I look at where we started
from and the improvement we've
made and the effort we've given,
and I have no complaints about
that. We're competing with
See BHS, Page 4B >


Sneads' Jeff Bell (10) puts up a shot over a pair of Blountstown
defenders during a game on Friday night in Sneads. The Tigers
won the game 70-63. Leon Broxton, led Blountstown with 24
points. - Mark Skinner/Floridan


SUNDAY

South Walton

races past

Lady Tigers
BY DUSTIN KENT
Fi ORIDAN SP'ORis ED)I lOK
The Graceville Lady Tigers
had revenge on their minds when
they hit the road Friday night
against South Walton.
Unfortunately, it was the Lady
Seahawks who again denied
Graceville a win to take the sea-
son sweep.
South Walton needed a 19-
point fourth-quarter comeback to
win the first matchup in
Graceville. But this time, the
Lady Seahawks led from wire to
wire, taking a 48-34 win.
South Walton, which finishes
the season undefeated in league
play, clinched the top seed in the
district tournament with the vic-
tory.
Jamie Delaney led the Lady
Seahawks with 15 points.
Wynterra Pittman led
Graceville with 10 points, with
Mychea Williams adding nine.
South Walton led 9-6 through
one period, and 26-19 at the half,
after leading by as much as 12
earlier in the period.
The Lady Tigers trailed 32-24
going into the fourth before scor-
ing a basket and getting a defen-
sive stop.
However, Graceville got no
closer, and, the Lady Seahawks
finished the game with a flurry to
take the victory. �
"We were beaten at every
aspect of the game," Graceville
coach Jon Habali said after the
game. "We got beat on the
boards, beat at the basket, beat at
the free throw line, beat every-
where."
The Lady Tigers certainly did-
n't help themselves at the charity
stripe, where they converted a
paltry 5-of-23 attempts.
See GRACEVILLE, Page 4B >


Hornets take another big road win


BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR

The Cottondale Hornets again
went into hostile territory for a big
district game on Friday in Bonifay,
and again came away with a victo-
ry.
The Hornets beat Holmes
County 70-67 despite missing three
regulars, including starting center
Drew Bellamy, who missed his
second straight game with an ankle
injury. Cottondale was also without
key reserves Nick Jackson and
Cody Saye, but the Hornets still
managed to pick up their 10th dis-
trict win of the season.
The Hornets, now 12-9 overall
and 10-3 in district, won their third
straight league game after a Jan. 8
loss to first-place Graceville.
Darien Pollock led the way for
Cottondale with 20 points and 15
rebounds.


Marcus Humose scored 14
points, and Trestin White added
eight points and 10 rebounds.
Chris Walker led Holmes County
with 31 ' points, and Jeremy
McGowan added 15.
Pollock's two free throws with
12 seconds left to put Cottondale
up five iced the game for the
Hornets.
"It was a big win," Cottondale
coach Chris Obert said after the
game. "We came out ready to play
and played hard. We had a lot of
people who had to play big minutes
because we were not as deep.
"(Pollock) played big inside,
(White) played big, and he drew a
couple of fouls on (Walker) to get
him in some early foul trouble.
Dominique Webb played big down
the stretch as well. He hurt his hand
the day before, but he fought
through it and played a good
game."


Cottondale led 36-33 at halftime,
and the Hornets kept the lead at six
or better up until the final minute of
the game when the Blue Devils cut
it to three.
The Hornets, who defeated
Blountstown on the road Tuesday
46-44, won again with contribu-
tions from a variety of players.
"(Pollock), (White), Webb,
everybody played good," Obert
said. "Jehron Clemmons scored
five quick points in the first half
that were big for us.
"Everybody gave good minutes,
and everyone who has been called
on the last two games has pro-
duced. I hope we can keep that up."
But with Bellamy missing, it was
perhaps most important to get a
big-time effort from Pollock, the
Hornets' starting power forward
who had to man the middle in the
See HORNETS, Page 3B >


Cottondale's Darien Pollock makes a move against
Graceville's Leander Ford in a game earlier this season.
Pollock's 20 points and 15 rebounds led CHS past Holmes
County 70-67 on Friday in Bonifay. - Floridan File Photo


Leeks lifts Marianna past Enterprise


BY DUSTIN KENT
FI ORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR
Kendall Leeks scored 19
points, and the Marianna
Bulldogs took an 82-55 win
over Enterprise on Friday
night at home.
Kruize Pinkins added 16
for the Bulldogs, with Nene
.Gilbert scoring 10.
With the win, Marianna
improved to 17-2 on the sea-
son. The Bulldogs led by 20
at the half and cruised to
another in what has become
a long line of easy wins for
MHS this season.
"I think we shot it good the
whole ballgame," Marianna
coach Travis Blanton said.
"We got it into the post, the
kids did a good job of work-
ing to get open and finished
plays. When we had opportu-
nities, we made shots on the
perimeter.
"I thought it would be a
tough ballgame, but we
played very good. It just


went well." "
Marianna beat Arnold in
Panama City on Thursday to
clinch a perfect district sea-
son and the top seed in the
Feb. 8-13 district tourna-
ment, which the Bulldogs
will host.
The Bulldogs haven't lost
this month, and Blanton said
that his team's experience
and character have been the
key ingredients.
"These kids have been
around the last couple years
and having some success,
and I think they understand
the consistency that it takes
all year long to have a
chance to be good when it
really matters." the coach
said. "And they're such a
good group of kids. I say it
every week, but they're just
such good people. All they
want to do is win."
The Lady Bulldogs were
defeated by Enterprise 55-51
on Friday to fall to 12-7.


Marianna's Kendall Leeks goes up for a
shot against Enterprise on Friday in
Marianna. - Mark Skinner/Floridan


Check out Bob Kornegay's
latest column on page 3B


Red-hot Tigers
take fifth
straight win at
South Walton


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Marianna's Patrick Cox, right, takes down a Wewahitchka
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High School Boys
Basketball
Monday- Sneads at
Liberty County. 5 p.m..
and 6:30 p.m.
Tuesday- Graceville at
Sneads, 6 p.m., and 7:30
p.m.; South Walton at
Cottondale, 7:30 p.m.;
Walton at Marianna, 5:30
p.m., and 7 p.m.
Thursday- Cottondale
at Malone, 5:30 p.m..
and 7 p.m.; Graceville at
Marianna, 4 p.m., and 7
p.m.
Friday- Cottondale at
Chipley, 6 p.m., and 7:30
p.m.; Graceville at South
Walton, 5:30 p.m., and 7
p.m.; Marianna at
Sneads, 6 p.m., and 7:30
p.m.
Saturday- Malone at
Ponce de Leon, 8 p.m.

High School Girls
Basketball
Tuesday- Graceville at
Malone, 5 p.m.; South
Walton at Cottondale, 6
p.m.; Marianna at
Sneads, 4:30 p.m.
Thursday- Graceville
at Marianna, 5:30 p.m.
Friday- Cottondale at
Chipley, 4:30 p.m.
Saturday- Malone at
Ponce de Leon, 6:30 p.m.

MHS Baseball Camp
Marianna High School
will conduct a baseball
camp on Jan. 30 from 9
a.m. to 12 p.m. for ages
4-14. Registration will
be held from 8 a.m. to 9
a.m.
There will also be an
alumni game between
the current MHS base-
ball team and the 1999
Bulldogs state champi-
onship team.
Former Bulldog and
current Los Angeles
Angels catcher Jeff
Mathis will also have his
jersey retired.

Chipola Basketball
The Chipola men's and
women's basketball
teams return to action on
Jan. 27 against Gulf
Coast in Panama City.
Chipola returns home
on Jan. 30 to take on
Pensacola. The women's
game begins at 5:30
p.m., and the men's game
follows at 7:30 p.m.

Sports Items
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Fla. 32447.


B) DUSTIN KENT
I' %III .\\ Sl'( l, Enl li i

The Graceville Tigers took
another district road win Friday
night, beating South Walton 66-54.
Cameron Dozier scored 22
points, grabbed eight rebounds.
and dished out six assists for the
Tigers, who defeated Blountstown
57-56 the night before.
With the win, the Tigers
improved to 12-5 overall and 10-2
in district play.
Jacky Miles also scored 12
points .for Graceville on 4-of-7
shooting from the 3-point line.
Marquise White added eight
points and five rebounds.
CJ Dozier scored only three
points, but the sophomore guard
added 12 rebounds, eight assists
and eight steals.
Graceville led from wire-to-
wire, taking a 38-28 lead into half-
time and a 49-40 edge into the
fourth period.
The win is the fifth straight for
the Tigers, who can clinch the top
seed in the district with two more
league wins or one more win and a
Cottondale loss.
The Tigers are a game up on the
Hornets in the loss column, and
travel to Sneads on Tuesday before
a home rematch with South Walton
on Friday.
The district tournament begins
Feb. 8 in Blountstown, and
Graceville controls its destiny to
go in as the tourney's top seed.
"I'm not going to say it's some-
thing we don't want. It is some-
thing we want," Tigers coach
Thomas Register said. "Any time
you go through an eight-team dis-
trict as the No. 1 seed, that's an
accomplishment.
"Does it get you to the state tour-


"It was one of our goals
this season to be the No.
1 team in district. It
does mean something to
the team to do it."
-Thomas Register,
Graceville coach

nament? No, but it's a big accom-
plishment. It was one of our goals
this season to be the No. 1 team in
district. It does mean something to
the team to do it."
The Tigers got 17 points from
Cameron Dozier in the win over
Blountstown, and 12 more from
Miles.
Byron Laster added nine points
and 14 rebounds.
It was a satisfying win for
Graceville after a disappointing
home loss to BHS on Jan. 5, the
last time the Tigers lost.
"It meant a lot," Register said of
Thursday's win. "I felt like after
that first game, we had a team that
had to get some stuff straightened
out. We had a team meeting and a
good practice, and it felt like that
was a turnaround for us.
"It meant a lot to the guys to go
out and beat (Blountstown). Our
other loss in district was to
Cottondale, and we got to go back
out and beat them. That did a lot
for the guys mentally to know these
can beat anybody in district.".
The Tigers also have games
remaining against Marianna on
Thursday, Malone on Feb. 1, and
Chipley on Feb. 4.
All are teams that beat
Graceville the first time around.
"The non-district games we have


Graceville's CJ Dozier (3) is hounded by a group of Holmes County
defenders in a game earlier this season in Graceville. The Tigers
defeated South Walton on the road Friday night for their fifth straight
win. - Floridan File Photo


left are huge," Register said.
"Chipley will have their players
back (from suspension), Marianna
is the best team in the area, and


Malone is a heck of a team as well.
"These games will be a great
tune-up for us to see how far we've
really come."


Malone clinches top district seed with victory


Malone's Marcus Leonard (1) gets-ready to go up for a
lay-up during a game against Altha earlier this season.
- Floridan File Photo


BY DUSTIN KENT
FI.ORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR

The Malone Tigers
clinched the top seed in the
district tournament with a
57-42 win over the FAMU
Baby Rattles on Thursday
in Tallahassee.'
The win completed a


season sweep for the
Tigers, who defeated
FAMU on Jan. 7 in
Malone. The Baby
Rattlers' only two district
defeats this season came to
the Tigers, who finished
the district schedule with
only one loss.
TJ Smith scored 17


points to lead Malone, with
Marcus Leonard adding
12, and LaDarius McElroy
10. Jared Warner led
FAMU with 15 points.
Malone led most of the
way, taking a 21-21 lead
into halftime, and extend-
ing to 43-36 through three.
"We played pretty
good," Tigers coach Steven
Welch said after the game.
"We played some pretty
good defense I thought. We
held them to six points in
the fourth. I thought all our
guys played good. We had
some role players step up
and hit some big shots."
FAMU played a game on
Wednesday, which Welch
said. may have factored
into his team's fourth-quar-
ter dominance.
"I think their legs were a
little tired," the coach said.
"We kept pressuring them
all night, and by the fourth
it started showing up. They
weren't as crisp coming off
their cuts, and their shots
weren't falling as often."
The district tournament
begins Feb. 9 at John Paul
High School in
Tallahassee.
The Tigers will play the
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to have the district race
behind him with still five
games left on the schedule.
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kind of fun now that we've


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"Now, we can just let it go
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stuff that might help us in
the playoffs. We want to
win (the remaining regular
season games),' but we
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Sorry, Ben, the eagle is no turkey


The big raptor soared gracefully, even
majestically, in the bright sky above the
-lake. Skillfully riding the rising morning
thermals, it pitched and yawed like a jet
fighter on aerial maneuvers.
"Osprey, I think," I
said to my buddy in the
bow of the boat. Steve
looked up, joining me in
fascinated observation.
We marveled at the
pure, natural adroitness
of the avian acrobatics;
the false dives, the
climbs, the banking
sweeps.
"Hold on," I said after Bob Kornegay
more detailed onlook-
ing. "That's no osprey, it's a bald eagle."
As if to confirm the correction, the air-
borne fisherman banked eastward toward
the morning sun, providing me a clear,
unmistakable view of the broad, brown
wings and the snow-white head-and-tail
plumage.
Suddenly, my interest, as well as my
companion's, became more than casual.
This was only my fifth lifetime bald eagle
sighting. Steve admitted it was his first.
Looking upon this uninvited-but-much-
welcomed guest as it "intruded" upon an


otherwise unproductive fishing outing, I
began contemplating the bald eagle's sto-
ried uniqueness.
Once all but extinct in the South due to
pesticide pollution, our national bird has in
recent decades begun to make its presence
known more and more frequently. Its
comeback story is inspiring and well doc-
umented.
I also thought, strangely enough, about
venerable old Benjamin Franklin and how,
if old Ben had gotten his way over two
centuries ago I might not be so enthralled
by this big sharp-eyed, sharp-taloned bird
I was now so keenly observing.
Perhaps you recall the story of how Ben
Franklin was downright appalled when it
was initially suggested that the bald eagle
be chosen as our fledgling country's
national symbol.
As he was so wont to do, he argued elo-
quently and tirelessly for the wild turkey's
selection instead. As usual, this supremely
intelligent and articulate founding father
undeniably made a very good point.
The turkey, he quite rightly said, wholly
embodies the true American spirit. It
unquestionably exhibits character, wis-
dom, and frontier fortitude.
Its welcomed presence on pioneer din-
ner tables allowed many colonists-turned-


U.S. citizens to stave off want and starva-
tion. By comparison, said Franklin, the
eagle is little more than a lowly scaveng-
ing brite.
Though arguable to some, that is in large
part true. It also must have been really
hard to take exception to the valued opin-
ion of a man of Franklin's stature. In spite
of his thought-out logic, however, most of
the founders did just that. In retrospect, I
am quite happy about it.
This may sound a little maudlin, cheesy
even, but, whenever I see a bald eagle (my
sightings today number well over five, by
the way), I picture him in hundreds of
mind's-eye scenes that make up the vari-
ous acts in the ongoing epic play that is
American history.
In my mind, it is always an eagle that is
perched on the crest of Breed's (Bunker)
Hill and on the ramparts of Fort McHenry.
A bald eagle sat atop a battered caisson on
Cemetery Ridge at Gettysburg, watching
brave men in butternut and gray plod
across that long expanse of open ground to
do battle with brave men in blue.
In 1917-18, an eagle crouched in the
trenches of Europe with the American
Expeditionary Force to "make the world
safe for democracy." The same steely-
eyed bird sat on Dwight D. Eisenhower's


shoulder across the channel from
Normnnandy on June 6, 1944. '1 he eagle, not
a turkey, flew in Korea, Vietnam. Desert
Storm, and today flies with courageous
American men and women in Iraq| and
Afghanistan.
When the. first man, an American.
stepped out onto the barren s urfacc of the
lunar Sea of Tranquility, he emerged from
a ship christened, aptly, Eagle.
Mushy or not, all these mental meander-
ings and the bird hovering above them,
give me goose humps.
Logically, of course, Benjamin Franklin
was right. He usually was. There is. I sup-
pose. more dignity. more forthrightness,
even a little more righteousness, in the
turkey.
And, yes, there are times when the eagle
is indeed a brute and a scavenger. Still,
might it not be somehow right to be hon-
estly portrayed as a nation, warts and all?
You want perfection? There's always Eden
before the fall.
Steve and I watched the eagle until it
disappeared into the trees on the far
lakeshore. Yep, I thought, when the going
gets tough, that's the bird I want on my
side.
With all due respect. Mr. Franklin, you
were wrong, Sir.


Floridan's weekly fishing report for local lakes, rivers


LAKE SEMINOLE -
Bass fishing is slow.
Seeking out the clearest
water in the backs of creeks
is recommended.
There, down-size your
tackle and fish baits such as
small jigs with light trail-
ers. Fish very slowly. In
main-lake grass, fish
Texas-rig worms as "tight"
to the grassy cover as pos-
sible.
Use this same technique
when fishing woody struc-
ture. - Lightly weighted
worms may work along


grass edges after midday
and larger worms are rec-
ommended for river-chan-
nel ledges late in the day.
Crappies remain slow for
now, though they are
beginning to concentrate
on mid-depth ledges.
Other species continue to
await more stable water
conditions.
LAKE EUFAULA -
Bass are slow, but with the
slowly progressing warm-
up are improving. Look for
a new flow of stained water
after the recent mid-week


rain. Presently, the clearest
water is found in the
creeks. The largemouths
are pretty immobile now
and holding tightly to
structure. Accurate casting
is a must. Carolina-rig
lizards fished very slowly
are producing best right
now. After midday, try
crankbaits on lighter line
and flip small jig-and-pig
combos in sloughs just off
the river channel.
A few crappie concentra-
tions have been found
holding on some of the


clearer-creek ledges, but
they remain fipicky.
Positive reports of other
species are few at present.
L A K E
ANDREWS/CHATTA-
HOOCHEE RIVER -
Access to the river is much
improved and current flow
has lessened.
However, the latest rains
are bound to have an effect
and a higher, even muddier
river should be expected
over the next several days.
There remains little
activity on the river at pres-


ent, by the fish or the fish-
ermen. All remains in
hurry-up-and-wait mode
for now.
(Generation schedules.
pool levels, and other such
information for area water-


ways may be obtained by
calling toll-free 1-888-771-
4601. Follow the recorded
instructions and access the
touch-tone for the
Apalachicola River sys-
tem.)


Lady Pirates pull away late to beat BHS


Sneads's La'Tilya Baker (22) dribbles past a
Blountstown defender during a game Friday night in
Sneadcs. - Mark Skinner/Floridan


BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR

The Sneads Lady Pirates
took a 48-43 victory over
the Blountstown Lady
Tigers on Friday in Sneads.
La'Tilya Baker scored
20 points to lead the Lady
Pirates, with Shan Gillette
adding 12.
Sneads improved to 12-9
on the season with the vic-
tory, including 7-6 in dis-
trict competition.
The Lady Pirates led by
12 at halftime, but
Blountstown began chip-
ping away at the lead in the
second half.
The Lady Tigers finally
tied the game with three
minutes to play.
But a bucket by Baker
broke the tie on Sneads'
next possession, and a 3-
pointer by Gillette gave the
Lady Pirates all the cushion
they needed.


"We pressed a little bit
man to man and made them
cough it up, and we were
able to execute at the offen-
sive end," Sneads coach
Tyrone Livingston said
after the game.
"Overall, on a scale of 1-
10, I'd give us a seven. We
started out real. good, but
we faltered around the third
and early in the fourth."
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FLORIDAN CORRESPONDENT

The Marianna Bulldogs junior varsity
boys basketball team improved to 12-5 on
the season with a solid 56-36 road win
over Arnold Thursday night.
The Bulldogs were solid on both ends of
the court from the opening tip of the game,
holding the Arnold Marlins to just seven
points in the first period, while they posted
13 points. Both teams managed 10 points
in the second quarter to make it a 23-17
game at the midway point. -
Following the halftime break, the
Bulldogs took the court determined to
avenge their earlier season loss to the
Marlins. The Bulldogs posted 18 points in
six minutes while their opponents could
only counter with nine. With one quarter
left in the game, the Bulldogs were in con-
trol 41-26, and finished the game outscor-
ing their opponents 15-9.
Qua Royster was the workhorse for the
Bulldogs with 21 points, followed closely
by Emmanuel "Poochie" Batson with 19.
Off the bench for the Bulldogs, Anthony
Speights posted six points and Shayne
Blanton added four. Following the game,
Marianna coach Rico Williams said he was
very happy with the victory.
"This win felt really good, to come back
and beat a team that beat us always feels


last two games.
Pollock scored 14 in the
win over Blountstown, and
the junior again came
through on Friday.
"He has stepped in for
Drew since he's been out,
and in those two games he
has really produced," Obert
said. "He's a high energy
kid, he plays hard and he
stays focused. He brings it
every night. He's kind of
our emotional leader. He
had a big responsibility
with Drew out, and he did


good," he said.
The Bulldogs will take the court again
on Tuesday as they host Walton.with open-
ing tip scheduled for 6 p.m.
The Marianna Lady Bulldogs junior var-,
sity basketball team stumbled in the final
quarter to fall 23-20 to Mosley on Monday
on the road. MHS jumped out early and
were solid defensively, allowing only one
point in the first six minutes of play, with
nine points from MHS.
Marianna managed three points in the
second period with the Lady Dolphins
closing the gap with six points to narrow
the deficit to 11-8 at the halfway point.
Both teams put up six points each to
keep the game separated by three points.
The Lady Dolphins stepped it up defen-
sively in the final quarter, holding the
Lady Dogs to just three points while they
took the lead with 10 fourth-quarter points.
Marianna had three players with six
points each on the night in Florence
Dixon, Whitney Pittman and Karionda
Wilkerson. Following the game, Marianna
coach Chucky Brown said he was disap-
pointed with his team's performance.
"We have got to finish," he said. "We
got a strong start and just let up in that last
quarter and it costs us the game."
MHS was scheduled to travel to Walton
Thursday night but the game was can-
celled, ending the junior varsity's season.


what he was supposed to
do. I'm proud of him."
White has also seen his
minutes in the interior go
up the past two games, and
has teamed with Pollock to
pick up the slack in the
painted area.
"(White) has helped
because he has had to play
big minutes without Drew,"
Obert said. "(White and
Pollock) are playing well
together and doing a good
job."
With one district game


left on Tuesday against
South Walton, the Hornets
still have a chance at the
district's top seed.
Graceville is 10-2 in
league play, but still has
two more district games
remaining against Sneads
and South Walton.
But Obert said that was-
n't his team's top priority.
"I know we've still got a
chance for the first seed,
but we're happy," the
coach said. "We can't real-
ly worry about it."
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everybody."
Sneads led 7-6 after one
period, and trailed virtually
the rest of the way.
Blountstown took a 24-
17 advantage into halftime
and kept the lead at seven
heading into the fourth
period.
The Pirates opened the
fourth with a 7-0 spurt, get-
ting six points from
Terrance Green to make it
35-35 with 6:51 remaining
in the game.
From that point on, it was
all about Broxton, who
scored eight of his team's
final 15 points to seal the
win.
Broxton broke the tie
with a basket on the Tigers'
ensuing possession, then
,added another with four
minutes to play to put
Blountstown up 41-38.
After a lay-up by Jeff
Bell trimmed the lead to
one at 42-41, Broxton
answered again with a
score in the paint to put
Blountstown back up three
with 1:45 to play.
A lay-up by Broxton
moments later made it 46-
41 with 1:22 on the clock.
A pair of free throws by
Josh Rogers got the Pirates


back to within three with
39.2 seconds on the clock.
But Brian Simmons' bucket
pushed the lead back to 48-
43.
A turnover on Sneads'
next possession all but
dashed the Pirates' hopes
for a comeback.
"We just made some lazy
passes at the end," Johnson
said.
"But Blountstown has a
nice team. They got the ball
in Broxton's hands and he
came through for them.
Good teams go straight to
their best player in those
situations, and that's what
they did."
If it wasn't a great week
for his team, it was certain-
ly a great week individually
for Broxton, who scored 26
points in each of his first
two games this week.
"Leon has been a force
for us all year," Davis said.
"We want to get the ball to
him when the game is on
the line, and he stepped up
again. But we also got good
bench support, and we had
,other guys make plays for
us when we needed it."
Sneads was led by
Rogers' 13 points, with
Green adding 12.


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South Walton made 15 of its 26 "They move the ball around really en to a lot of loose balls. They rotate
attempts at the foul line. well, and they attack at the right nine girls and all of them run well.
Habali said his team just couldn't time," the coach said. "We were just They move the entire time."
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Mon.- Fri.
8:00 am- 4:30 pm
You name it...
Classified has it!!!


Now Accepting Bids:
2 yearly contract positions:
* Ground Maintenance
* Interior Church Cleaning
Bids submitted by January 26, 2010.
Call for bid info @ 850-592-6203 7-12 M-F.


Wanted Dental
AssistanL Experi-
ence required. 4
day work week.
Generous vacation
& benefits. Call
850-638-4708
Tues -dFri.


I real estate
residential for rent I


SApartments-
Unfurnished
Duplex for rent Hwy
90 Grand Ridge, 1BR
1BA, $425/mo 772-
285-2475
FREE I/ month rent
on 2BR 1B/2A in town
$575 + dep
850-482-5134
SDuplex/Triplex

LG 2/1 in Marianna,
nice kitchen, open
floor plan, w/d hkup,
yard/porch, pvt/safe
$600/mo850-352-2103
(Houses Unfurnishedj

2/1 house in Sneads,
No smoking/pets,
fresh paint, new car-
pet, $450 + dep. 850-
272-8192
6066 Victor Rd
3BR/1BA
$650mo/$650 dep
334-797-1517
Austin Tyler.& Assoc
Quality homes for
rent 850- 526-3355
"Property Mgmt is
our ONLY Business"


Brick 4 BR rural
home. Graceville,
Bonifay, Chipley area
$600/mo. Realty Ex-
change 954-366-
1230/561-702-6543.
Nearly New 2 BR
Home- Hwy 90 E
$600/mo, $250 dep
850-526-8367
Nice 3/1 CH/A, hard-
wood floors, Ig
kit/bath $650/mo +
dep. No pets. 850-
718-1165
, ..:rj 1 rnas; avail. 4
ri t .i H cts & new
,:,u '.:,,.d,,ve util.
incl. 850-573-0625
Mobile Homes
2/1 for Rent
2/1 Located in


2BR Mobile Home in
Greenwood area
$425, 850-569-1015
3/2 in C'dale, no pets,
CH/A $425 850-258-
1594/638-1171 Iv
message
Clean 2/2 for family
of 2, no smokers, no
pets. $450 + $450
dep 850-718-8158
Rent to Own: 2 & 3BR
MH's. Lot rent incl.
For details 850-557-
3432/850-814-6515
Mobile Homres
in Parks

2 & 3 BR MH's in Ma-
rianna & Sneads
(850)209-8595.


Equipment Operator III
High school diploma or equivalent with
3 or more years of experience in the
operation of heavy motorized equipment;
or any equivalent combination of training
and experience which provides the
required knowledge, skills and abilities.
Must have a valid Class A Commercial
Driver's License prior to employment.
Starting salary: $19,753.00/yr.
Correctional Officer
Must have a high school diploma or it's
equivalent. Must be a State of Florida
certified Correctional Officer or be able
to obtain such certification. Must be at
least 19 years qf age, be a U.S. citizen and
have no record of a felony or
misdemeanor involving perjury or false
statement. Must be drug-free and pass a
vigorous background investigation.
Possession of a valid Florida driver's
license is required prior to employment.
Starting Salary: $26,463.00
Equipment Operator I
Must be a high school graduate or
its equivalent and have some experience
driving heavy motorized equipment;
or any equivalent combination of training
and experience which provides the
required knowledge, skills and
abilities. Must have a valid class
B CDL prior to employment.
Starting Salary: $17,236.00
Submit Jackson County employment
application to: Human Resources Dept.,
2864 Madison St., Marianna, FL 32448.
PH (850) 482-9633.
Deadline to apply is 02/01/2010
Drug Free Work Place
/EOE/ADA/AA/Vet. Preferred


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Seasonal Rentals
Cabins for rent,
Franklin, NC. May -
October. Call 850-
526-3228

Townhomes D


TOWNHOUSES
1st MONTH FREE
call 850-209-
8531/482-1050


Homes with Acreage]
FSBO: 2560 sq ft. 3/2
w/barn on 2 acres
Possible owner fi-
nancing 850-209-8759

SHomesforSale

GREAT BUY
New 3BR 2BA,
was $168K now
$138, reduced
$30K. No down
pymt if qualified.
850-526-8367
(owner)

Classifieds have whale
you are looking for.


( Lots Acreage recreation
2 acres MOL, on
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"Jack ori Count, FL'
Will Not Divide
Lg Timber w/Creek
County Rd. Frontage
Near Compass Lake 2001 7amana kRino
Call owner Utility Vehicle 660,
850-509-8817 camo, 110 hours,
850-509-8817 7400. 229-254-0072
U Honda '07 CRF80
Dirtbike, 100 hrs,
$1000 6X12 enclosed
* trailer $1500 new
cond. 850-447-2859


IL


The New Marianna Gardens Apartments
Immediate occupancy on 3 BR
apartments with subsidy available.
3070 Carters Mill Road
Marianna, FL32446
850-482-5358, TDD/TTY 711
Equal Housing Opportunity


Housing Grants Coordinator
Education andExperience:
A bachelor's degree from an accredited
institution of learning in business
management, public administration,
finance or a related field. Three to five
years of experience in grants
administration or in the administration
of complex programs which had
significant reporting requirements. Any
equivalent combination which provides
the necessary knowledge, skills and
abilities may be substituted. Experience
in grants administration will substitute on
a year for year basis for the bachelor's
degree. Experience in complex '
administrative positions with significant
reporting requirements will substitute on
a 1.5 year experience for year education
basis for the required bachelor's degree.
Must have a valid Florida drivers license
prior to employment.
Starting Salary $29,819.00 annually.
Submit Jackson County employment
application to the Human Resources
Dept., 2864 Madison St., Marianna, FL
32448. (850) 482-9633.
Visit our web site at
www.jacksoncountyhr.org/
Deadline to apply is 02/08/2010.
Drug-Free Workplace
/EOE/V.Pref/ADA/AA


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CHIPOLA COLLEGE
is accepting applications for the
following full-time positions:
* BIOLOGY INSTRUCTOR
* CHEMISTRY INSTRUCTOR
* PATIENT SIMULATION
COORDINATOR
APPLICATION DEADLINE:
OPEN UNTIL FILLED
Contact Human Resources at
(850)718-2269 or visit
www.chipola.edu/personnel
for application details.
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER


Systems and
Design Editor

The Army Flier is currently
looking for a full time
Systems and Design Editor.
Responsibilities include pagination,
layout/design and editing of the Army
SFlier. This person will serve as the
automation systems manager, layout
and design specialist and editor.
Previous newspaper experience
and college degree preferred.
Great benefit package.

Apply at www.mediageneral.com
Or mail your resume to:
Louise Thomas,
HR Generalist,
Media General Mid-South Group,
227 North Oates Street,
Dothan, AL 36303


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13" color TV, Emer-
son $20 850-526-2414
21 speed Roadmaster
mens bike, $100 850-
408-1183
2 chairs, antique
provential needle
point apholstry, $225
850-526-41T4
54" BIG SCREEN TV-
EXCELLENT CONDI-
TION. STILL IN USE
$400 (850)482-2636
AM/FM receiver &
sep. cassette player
$35 850-569-2194
Antique living room
chair, good cond. $75
850-526-2414
Audiovox Cruise
Control- still in box,
fits most cars $75
850-569-2194
Baby boy clothes &
shoes, 12 mos-2T,
nice brands, up to
$3/ea 850-209-3665


Bago
sz. 5/
7802
Basket
w/ba
sides
$45 8
Bean
2nd e
$3/ea
850-2
Brani
ly api
gold/
526-4
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Soup
box/i
850-5
Diape
ble, w
pad w
cond.
Electr
w/ma
$300


f girls Clothes Exide premium car New uniforms, white
'6 $15 850-594- battery (top post), tops & pants, lx, 2x,
like new $40 850-569- 3x, $20/set 239-272-
2194 8236
etball game
II return, mesh Flirt by Maggie Old wooden comode
& scoreboard, Sottero Prom Dress � w/porcelin pot & lid,
50-526-3426 Charcoal gray sz 6 nice $40 850-272-8967
$150 850-482-7816
ie Babies, 1st & 850-482-7816 ORNATE Mahogany
edition. Bears Flirt by Maggie claw foot coffee
a, babies $2/ea Sottero Prom Dress table $100., 850-209-
209-3491 Plum sz 8 $150 850- 4872
482-7816
i new beautiful- Glass Dininn Table - ORNATE Mahogany
holsterd chair, with 4 fostered claw foot coffee,
teal. $200 850- high bac chirs.$50 table $100., 850-209-
4174 ________ OBO. (850)569-5265 4872 -
ctable Campbell J.Mason "Freedom OTC AUTO SCANNER-
Dolls, orig. Trail" family fitness GM,FORD,CHRYSLER
paperwork, $75 stroller ne w/book 1980-86 MAKE OFFER
526-3426 $50 850-272-8967 $200 (850)482-2636
er Changing ta- Lg oval dining table Pedi-Paw Pet Groom-
wood, cushioned w/leaf & 4 high cane ing system, like new
w/2 shelves, nice back chairs $100 $10 850-592-1288
. $35 8505263426 850-272-8967 Play Gym-Step 2
ric hospital bed Newborn baby Kangaroo Climber ex
mattress, like new clothes, $.50/ea OBO cond kept inside $60
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Itrat0 for Sale for Sale for Sale fol Sale for Sale for Sale for Sale for Sale
5th Wheel '06 RV 3 1111'1
Outback by Sidney, - W l . M-t2d '06 RX8. Mercedes 98' SLK230, Nissan '07 Altima Nissan '08 Altima
sleeps 6, w/ living rm - , . " . : . exc. cond., leather, Hd. top, Con- 2.55L, Black, 34,200 UNDER WARRANTY,
$15,000. 334-347-7976 .. . 1395 cyl. Cd, 89K mi. moon roof, spoiler, $269 per mo. Call Ron
10,500. 334- 8981201 leather irt. very Ellis 334-714-0028
Nissa 01 Atima clean, Like new.
,s-, $15,000. obo,
.T sBMW '00 3231 102K KEa ,0 ,, KI L ' ILEgUS GXE 101K m.. good 334-372- 0702 or
, $7,995. West Main 4 door, 4 cylinder $6,400 West Main Car cond. automatic,3 334-432-0302.
C a S le L C$ 3950 . 334-70J}-3 45 3 - 3 - 3 2
Car Sales LLC "44,000 miles, Sales LLC 1919$3 .37034
4x4 Polaris Mossy 1919 West Main St. FORD'08 Focus SES excellent, $5995. West Main Street Nissan '05 Altima, 2.5 BUY M E!
VeryOak camo editionrful ATV. Allr Bay 2 ft (334) 699-5880 Sporty Look. Micro- 334-790-7959 (334) 699-5880 MS, 5 speed, 32k mi.
Very powerful ATV. Allegro Bay 2000, 34 soft Sync with Voice Mazda 5, 07 Grand like new,REDUCED NISSAN '07 Altima Nissan 08 Altima
Automatic. w thumb 1 owner excl., cond, 1 Command. Sirus Sat Mercedes '04 Benz touring, exc cond re $11,900 850-482-29942.5, white34 whites n re interior
select 2wd or 4wd. slide, new tires 32k ellite, 6 CD Stereo. E320, sports pack- Mazda 03' Protege 5 mameing wart. 48K Lik ,sacrificewh
Great cond. $2900.00 mi, stored inside 21,000 miles, $13,000 age, charcoal/black 5 speed 78K mi. mI black $I3,000. Pontiac '90 Bonne- for pay off. $13,75 sunroof alloy whls
334-798-2857 $28,000 (334)792-0946 interior. 59K miles. $5,993. Good cond. 334-445 3652 or 256- ville w/124K mi runs 334-794-4731, 33K miles. $16,000
Dirt bike Kawasaki 334-687-7813 http://home.rr.com/ $17,000. 334-806-7190 334 701-3453 452 8026 good $1800., 389-0791 1 334-693 0830
KX80, tuned, really Concord Coachman nukfish
fast $1300. 334-389- '05 Motor Home. 23' BMW 02 : r I 2.
2816 long 2700mi, Take I ' , V- IT r..
Honda 08" Rancher over payments.850- 4 .LE LL r.
420 pay off $5500. 593-5103 I'I ,1E.,T r.11r..CiT
334-389-8597 Fleetwd. Bdr 07'3- " L 6'" ' "
Honda 08' Rancher4- sld, loaded CH/A '.FP ,'LIJd
wh. dr. 420 pay off fbp, wk. horse, 8.10ko d .:. - _ t
$6500.334-389-8597 gas, 5,900 mi. $100k F mT ei t.
OBO 334-898-1201
Honda TRX 300 EX"- '?T,.-. -,"."" "-"-o
Bike is complete cus 4-.b, 7 1c LI.-. I
tom with tons of ac-14 N .- i
cessories incl. Red Ford ,T.,r,: ,,, .,r: " -
L.E.D.'s $2000. O.B.O. BMW '02 330ci 89k good, needs AC,
334-805-0816. WhiteNav Etc Extra $2200. 1-334-475-1723
Nice $13,900 West Ford '93 Taurus, runs
Boats Four Winds '99 Main Car SalesLLCt god, needs AC.
1919 West Main god Sts C
1999 17 foot Alumi Motor- home. 34ft. 334-699-5880 n St. $2200. 334-475-1723.
craft, 50 HP Mercury, Excellent condition,
Excellent condition,, BMW '95 5301, fully -
trailer, trolling me- 20K, New tires, DVD Boaded,,96Kmi'..es
tor, depth finder, live Player-Ref- /Frez white, excellent con- FORD- Brand New
well. $4500 334-312- w/Ice maker, Water edition $6,000 OBO 2010 Mustang GT 2
0114 heater, hydraulic 334-703-3784 dr,5-spd trans,blk'
2008 Fisher 1754, jacks, convection- Buick '05 Lacrosse extbik nt,2WD,850
40hp mercury, 4- /microwave oven - CXL, 1 owner, clean miles $28,500.
stro ken m tr ' g uid e, E 4 ' 'TI " d u = im Pt "-802rl8 ' " "t.-
stroke, mtr guide, slide out. $25,500 car, 6 cyl, leather (334)479-8028
Trlngmr, Hu 3~4 7 18 r14n,:. 7 [9 diual -I'matp :ntn
mingbrd 565, TAC,1A-. l,', .6 I - ."
bilge pump, live well, r.9 ...- ".."
334-798-0010 M._0:.n.,, , ,"r0.,"
Bass Tracker'09 Pro 5 ., I25i o.r m,'.re
16, 30hp mercury me- Ur l 4 "_i, nu ..
tor, 4 stroke console mi. r,,On, up.Ir .. ..
steering, 461b thrust 15' [cc, ' "6 b'.. ' 2
trolling motor, tilt& - u r rG ..: . . ..
trim, fishing decks, Phaeton, 40t.4 Buick '_5 L - r R, 2.dr. ard i
fisher ID $7500 850- slide-outs, 15K mi. Limited 60K $9,995 p
352-4274 350 CAT diesel, West Main Car Sales top Needs work.
Caravelle - '07 21'5" Allison 6sp.7.5 diesel LLC 1919 West Main Great proj car $3,200
Bowrider. 45 hours. gen. 4 dr. frig w/ St. (334) 699-5880 334-774-2825.
Mercruiser 350 MPI icemaker, W/D in CADILLAC '06 DTS Honda '03 Accord EX,
@ 260 hp. Bimini top. motion satellite dish, Exc. cond., leather black, leather, sun-
Snap in carpet and rear & side cameras, Exc. cond., leather black, leather, sun- . -"-
Snap in carpet and rear & side cameras, seats, 4dr, beige int. roof, very nice.
covers. A ton of ac- Home theater sys. fully loaded. $12,900. $9,500. 334-726-1215
cessories included Leather euro reclner, 334-701-1836 Honda '06 Civic, Gray
Call for all of the ex- desk, King bed, 334-701-1836 Honda '06 Civic, Gray
tras. Excellent condi- Brake-Buddy for tow Cadillac'94 4dr, a/c, 5sp, power.
tion. $27,000.00 OBO. car. Garage stored. Fleetwood Broug- 69,500 mi., Good gas
(334)300-1122. Many other options. ham. Top cond., fully mileage & condition.
$160,000. restored $5,200. OBO $11,500. 334-243-4166
KEYWEST 17' 6" like 334-797-3617. 334- 693-3980
new, suzuki mtr 115 *RD4ED6'93OL980
hp 4 stroke, gps trol- * REDUCED * CHEVROLET '08
ling mtr, cd/fm/am. '03 Class A Monoco Corvette convertible,r
$16,000. 334-347-1887 La Palma. 2 slides. Black, loaded, exc.
or 334-449-0162 1V2 bath. Loaded! cond., garage kept
Ind. car dollev & all $55,000. 334-692-5624 Hondad ' FImIprt
lurritn,,Jt~ -e-.loaded, low miles,
, to,. .:. r 65. Chevrolet'08 Malibu silver w/gray & black
-. 3 ' 4. .9u-3 4i, I LT, Maroon with gray inter., runs like new.
Tioga Arrow 2,1- interior, 4 cylinder, $15,900. 334-687-3171
`.1rqOv.rr,.:.,Te c6. XM radio, CD, onstar, Hyundai '96 Elantra
white.Autc. e c/t. sunroof, 13,250 miles. Fair Cond. Needs
Sailboat 6C rlr.i i3 Pov.tra~ i . Eir: r $16,500.334-797-0987 Trans. workwith
30', 2 cyl. Yarmar die- ing, A/C, AM/FM, DVD Ster. syst. $850
sel eng., Very low hrs runs well, low - meo 334 475.6267:,r ,
less than 250. Roller miles,Fair cond.Has 344
furling, bimin, head, leak damage. $6000.
micro, fridge. Good 850 526 2840. .
cond. Docked @ Snug
Harbor slip B-6. 334- sptati
6 7 3 - 0 3 3 0 . $ 1 5 ,0 0 0 . ..s.o f_ "- .
6330 100 fte1INFINITI '0 1 130 120K r-
CHEVROLET '09 $5,395 West Main Car
Malibu LT, remote Sales LLC 1919
start, 9,200 miles, West Main Street -,or.uoait3)6958 + a '' :"�

CarSeeker transmission, Like
Seacraf, 89 20ft New condition, silver
exterior, charcoal in-
Center Console, beat, extr-o-chacoa n
motor & trailer, 95 4-Wheel Drive terror, 2WD, ABS, AC,
225HP Johnson Mtr. ~AM/FM, bucket seats el- /. ". .". . '.. . ...........".' ", '
225HP Johnson Mtr...,1, . .,
CD. crij;-_-e, d ?riv r : -: ' . - ','., . .:
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birai~i h~t~r. run; ~CgC n
II. ..o1r, 6.-6ar,. $22.000 ,903467 JAGUAR "15 Xi
re. c E.:.nS ,6.". . 6'64 110K $12,495 GREAT
334 .'-..5. CLASSES. WEST MAIN
Chevrolet' , CAR SALES LLC
ri,-. we (. 334-699-5880..
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. 300. JEEP '06 Wrangler,
334.7c2.6618 soft top, 49K miles, 2
door, auto, 4 wheel
r r drive. $13,500. 334-dr
Sea Fox '1,14 2 1In. I1V, ,C.r i"...m i e~r,-ert ,rl '94 6504 i e r s a s
" � " t4~ 685-0846
Sea Fox 4 21. 14 NISSAN (7 TI a, 33J-i9 0490
Suzuki 0.I. Galv. OFF ROAD PACKAGE, Lincoln Town Car '91
Tandem trailer, GPS, NEW TIRES,NEVER iV8 motor, mr o:.,rd
radio, toilet, exc. BEEN OFF ROAD OR burgundy, 39,390.
cond.,$8,500 726-4835 SEEN MUD. SUPER New tires, n;ce t.r,t.
Stratos'99 273 CLEAN TRUCK. neeIds b !:- P. frlC 5
Intimidator, 17ft bass ROCKFORD FOSGATE $2000 334.W897.5432
Johnson 150HP, need STEREO,REAR LOCK- . ...
a 3 1/4 ton truck or ING DIFF.TOWING Chevy 02 Ca mar.., it
$6500. 334-596-1694 PACKAGE. ALSO ON I r- c "v. 35.anne.
AUTOTRADER.COM ccu vr.3. aduli iady
Supra '90 TS6M FOR MORE PICTURES ,:.nr .:pr mlrawlc -. - ..- ..
comp, ski/wake AND INFO. 22500 lesrer. new re:. m
board, great shape. miles, WHITE exteri- ?K. V-6. m0 mpg , -
520 hrs, $8200 OBO. or, GREY interior, h,. ,rstn,- ,..nm,. " ". "
334-796-3424 4WD, $22,985 $;,650.. 334-r.P4.2006
Wellcraft 88' 23 ft. (334)268-3900 Chevy . Tc.-
Center counsel, 225 Avi'rvy d 0i ,_,od cr.. .
Johnson outbdard. A n080 B 4 665
$4500. in electronics. 3921 .:.r 314 95 641I I
Sale $8,500. 334-235- 1946 Sport Pilot Chevy C ,er
2995 , Ercoupe. Surf: 4DP. AC. L'. ,le-rmi"
he b c md 9n 4n AC . LW E
Campers/Travel http://www'dfn'coin uREAT . AS-MILEAGE.
C Taiers /eaachapterl193/E41 CAT. L0 GE
Trailers resq htm or email . PA ENTs "-L
com for more v, ri, i,n $199pt.r mo ..-o- - - "--
14' New Enclosed ciformora e Call 3m -'91.8243 AT
Cargo Trailer will sell nffor 5oiaina HIat24,&er
for $2200 or trade Flight Club Share '83 Chevy '05 Monte Car-
for an RV/ Travel Cessna172&182 IoCust. paint Char. Bulldozing Bush Hogging Maid/Housekeeping ServicesOffeces Offered SelfStorage
Trailer/5Sth wheel/ hangard in Mar. exc. Gray Many Cust. opt.
'99-'04 with slide and cond.$2000 850-569- Fr End Damaqe $4800 - -d.
2005 Gulfstream 5th hAutoEngines/ PI II'E

$29,000 PrsMc m:nual , ra,-,Ie Land clearing .S S k e . 1 will sit with Owned , & Operated Br:
ext._blac__nt,_manual Excasatirng, custom '. RILm LI'LL I V /L'li/i l'Zl t'm elderly. CNA l0 yrms [smimnme. Rel.Ovail.
850-482-8256 F1998 Ford Explorer 4 speed $9000. m Grader � Pan cut lub , Buyers ,R,- . /\'idi i/i eldertlyC do ,enPr n all,,
29 ft. Fleetwood 1997, Sport- for parts only 256-278-4276 * E \tdealor of small & large 8'-S'as r"ii 'I"uarLnIe el1 wt mnit b Certified. Will do tisfatiiedtroo
fullyselfcontained, $175. Firm. 692-5577 edyx3@aol.com pine & liardwood " Tim' l,-,mi I ,un g in ycicnl" light housekeeping S .l...i.on'nimed
new bed, slide out & Chev '79 Impala tracts. Firewood. i & cook]1g Cln:mici , s.c:..
canopy,greatcondi AobiesMsc rebuilttrans and *Bulld.',er Wayne . References 850-272-1982 callookir ng-.,offl -O, 30YearsinBusiness
tion. 8,700. 334-797- engine, 3rd owner, (850*643-8085 cell F. .XHailable NOJQBJISTOOtaG WeSme:o ltalle,.lltl
1272 ready to drive, ripe * [hm,,liiI.,n 1850)643.3183 o oo/iiu (8 ) 592-7253 O rosIAL
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loaded, no smoke, no O.:.,rvertbl. Red. * Land Clearing goals. (850)272-2265 Or Office
pets, Exc. Cond. Runs ,ood. [01 81 0 Reeordin s Climate Controlled Locally Owned
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Franklin '05 Heritage for Sale
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awnings, 2BR, garden
tub with shower,
W&D, CHA. Lots of
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347-4626/333-0309.
Jaco '08 Eagle
291RLTS,5th wheel -
rear living, dual 2007 C r.:.,Ila,
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queen bed, slides, pay-off. $7,900.
no smoking or pets, 23,600 mi.
Like new! only $28K 334-588-3361
334-791-4192
KEYSTONE '07 Lincoln 01' Excutive
Copper Canyon 5th Series 103K mi.
wheel, 2 slides, sur- w/reg. serve , power
round sound, Ig. liv- windows & seats
ing area $27,500, w. lumbar leather
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OBO. 334 .714-1543
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Oldm obile '93 5SilhOU. E*l:I.-i I.: 1 l1..,i _d I:t '" ' . -_- ,, 17'.'-.
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MUST SELL! $200 (, _ L,- r ,,r r,r,,,I, L, -, ,--
down $249 per month 4 . ,. 1 r ,- T.,,'. " 0 C,,:C', 0 ' .
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Pontiac '98 Grand Am ', ti.7W 11-,,Sl1, .L .,,I
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nancing 1-800-470- ful ..t,, :r.:r. StaionWagons
0650 9am/9pm r.. :. , , .::' . ElD
Toyota '05 Matrix ,,, i I
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FULLY LOADED, LOW Honda ",: R. l i .il.3 l r
PAYMENT! $500 v. -r.i- .,r,;r.r~ ,1 . Realtl)r
down $250 per month s ,e tb.j :" . .: ,' T
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for Steve Hatcher -?. 3_4. 714 11I' lds rall: 573-61
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tie, auto, diesel, 42K C Lr,,W, Aj,1i, . . 2: 3 ::: m.i ,e. i.., 1. ;5 4630 Hwy. 90, Marianna, FL 32446
miles, 40MPG, load- rr,,.- Li.t NEW. $3-5 3 ?4;", -;';
ed. $16,000. 334-897- $'' .0 22 1.5-'0. (850) 526-2891 (office)
2497 1202r4-6r7- 3 7122 7 Dod ge5 4'e 9 ,,T, t%,
2497 or 334-672-1655 Tc'.:a1 . 1'ge,, -, :.. Eacr Oftfe Is Independentl Owned and Operated
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Kawasaki ',, vulcan Bushhog 90-14. 76h mi,. m,,,, rr emccoy02@yahoo.com
VOLVO'04 S40 110K B re., . ,,l3r,-,ol. $10.Jioo'0 4 . .1 4.- 6,2.
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ed, blue/black, GPS, l.:'r. pp.- . pF .-r GRIDDLE. HOT & Ford '01 R.anger Edge _�'"'_. ........
sattalite radio, new' . immranl.r. n,3h COLD TRAYS. . mie. 4 i .
tires, like new inside ,:,.. 3'r .tIr,'r I0w BOILING TRAYS. . ip-e,., n* mire
& out. 119K, moving nI. $L50.Is. COOKING TRAYS, E',on k ..
overseas. $12,000. . '90. I_52 TRIPLE SINK 134 790.7919
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Classics& AntiquesJ 5t650 55: 2 :'.-:'8 v -iL tan. V[4 |18
Red ... FORD TW 15 Trator mi.. Surtr Cre�. C .|
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1974 Chevrolet -Nrla Ll.,Pic:v,.2;(R ond.S12.100, o, 1.c0011 33.8l4.I ., . ..... .......
Camaro LT 350 V8 w . . l .. IT ,:u .a ,:,r -l. 1 ,,r -ri4.4'-4.l82] ., . ,b . 4.. ' b
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storation project, Lea.; M,- - FORD '02 F-25)u.a..31
80% complete. NADA Lilliston t000. I'eld ,: ab. Lari le tr ' .
$12,000., needs home . :. rt.ad,;. .nelter lNpr. -. -ai. pu:.-r. 7 _
asking $9,500. 334- 1, -S1000.l 33.1 '. J2 3 83148 Dievil. n.-, - Ifr-.
693-5454 or. 33444 72 t5 L 28 'i l3.0u0
'69 Chevelle Malibu 334-8990099
Convertible SBC, au- * M .
to, PB, PS, Red/Black
Runs & Drives Great Triumph ,Dat,:,na
$14,900 obo. T ,me,' '55 F' ST Sportl
(334)618-0585 E - CartOn e.. r,n _ . . -n."
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used once.7. 100.. ..........
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- . '0S. 'mpg. 10)0 m;.'5 $1935 a:kinrg $1600 at. Loaded.1. 5.4 . ..,
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parts car 1958Med a ,:,,.r., .. %R22P. 2j53F.7026.
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er 4 door, black, Y j.4 655.mh l 1o L Drevy il', t
Power back p. ' Lt parark..61K actualA
430cid engine, Push ,ECEond $7.800. OBO
button trans. Will - 347-5i50 after EpL
$2000 cash or need a FORD 05 Fi'5 Laiet
pickup so will trade FR409 4LT riet
fo r a g o o d w o rk 4 .u.- "4 5 'L T 'F.u.l 'a " .. . .." ... ... ' .... .
truck.Call/text 796- Yamaha '05 Via, e,1l. lether veat.
0755- Nights and ar, r,,uitIvfl ,n sunroui. 4dr. 72K i'52 2 .44
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'^"4 , _"*5- V6. autc'. seats 6. Ford '06 F350.Deei.
power, am ifm c:asm. 4WD. (car,. c0k mi.
nr-w tres. NOW
1975 080 .0 .592. r,:,. ,, r .
'06 HD Dyia Wide 2632
Glide-FXDWG. Black.Dodge 05Carvan For, '07 F IS') XLT
Like new. customs. a r Dodge Ca . uprcr. 4X4 5 4L.
6600 mi. $14,750.404- I :00 T,:,ur. fuel inlect. anidows ir .s f flE fuei. dark blue
578-1482 jeff@ ed.3.over & n.elmeit good condtonr, u. 0.d CCv.r. 144K5
truthinsong.com .:ruse :Control. lo.-aa $5,500 334.792-.5333 334 .6C 999
2003 YZ125, bought -d. 11K.. Like new' Ford '84 Eco:,nohne
new in 2005, $2000; $V.990 334-714-4001 Van Good cond FORD '07 F250 Super
2007 YZF250, great 1YAMAHA '08 V star 800. 334 791 9099 Duty V.8 Crew Cab
shape and well main- YAMAHA-'0 V.sar XLT. 2WD. 181 mle3.
tainted. $4000. Buy 25,0. turgund5. low Ford 95' Wirdstar Tan. $32.000 334 688
both for $5000. mies LIke .new! Asik- Van ceilingg for parts 8606. 334-695-0688
334-726-3842 ,'g ,$2 696.. 334- 93- only $500. 334 691-
4 e Ym 54 2967 334 70(1 5516
4 Wheeler 06 Yamaha
Raptor 700- w/Xtras pFord 98 Wn i .arter
Low hours. Very L, 'Dalig r. ,l.s
good cond. (334) 791- est. Da,Ight Auto Fi
81914000 OBO Chevy 02 Taroe nan, ng I no00-470-
- White. wtr, leather 060 9,am 9pm l )A
'92 Goldwing, 60k ir. $7.000 r90.2508 GMC '96 Savannah Hi Ford '68 F 10'0 sttp
miles, red, exc. paint ___dtop van. leather ede. SACERFICE
& running cond. power, Q-bed. 2 TV' MUST SELL DUE TO
$7000 850-445-2915 very ean. ballgame HEALTH PROB . rur,
leave message readt! $4.395 134- great 18K mi Dblacl.
Custom Motorcyle . 93.3494 1:33 12il9 ,STA $3.300 o,0
Trailer 5X8 $500. Honda Odysasev ' 3346 71 -37 2.
OBO. 256-365-0328. EXL 8Fin m'. Siyer FORD 7. F 100. 350.
HARLEY Davidson '0i Chevy '05 Tahoe. v, gra, leather .nt V6. long wheel base.
Road Kin aPolice 4'9.1l0 mi. le aner. I .owner. non r.mokcr aut.,. pS pb . runS -
16,500 miles. White, - e - ,re. oPr r pwr lide doorS. I0ol 3 good. $2.500.
clean & shop kept . 'r,,ce 18.995 moonr roo rear 4 C 334 735 .5404
$11,000. 334-774-3663 Wrote 8"-5 9-1.4' 2nd row capt cnair, FORD '77 F 100
HARLEY DAVIDSON Taoe 04 21. Godora 3.900 6c.. snrt heel
'02 Fatboy w ith lots r,,, '.'h~t .t 'nte * r, i **-9 3-8 24 base. runs.- O,:,.
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$10,250352-303-2713 1n6.90'1) 334 791 2812 Wanted: .034.735-5404
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Springer like new, to S R 334E.79. .9115 pante 1965C9 Ir II
many ext. to list 1.000 334-791-9115 parts 196509 v
4,600 mi. $12,000 Ford '00 Eplorer haul off. 334. 678-6990
334-235-2995 4WD. auto. loaded.
HARLEY Davidson '03 ^black excellent Trucksl-le3vy Durl FCrd 83' F 00. NEW
oHARLEYDavidson'03 r,nditon. new tires. Ford83 F00.NEW
RoadKing, 95" stage 101k mi.. $4.500 tirm. AC. P S.. paint.
2, security, gps, oil 334.618-4466 flb' bediner & carb. 94
cooler, many extra's. -1 Eng.6.:yl ec,: cor, d
$10,500. 334-803-5008 Ford '98 E plorer. $4.00u). 060 983-4941
Harley Davidson 07' c:, D,,Ign A'uto F.- Ford '91) F15O Trucl,.
Ultra Classic 12,000 r Dan.:.n 1-800.-470. 5.0 motor. retjbul�.
mi. Pearl white, load- f ,:,,,am 9pm - runs grrat, Sp.Eed3
ed, great price tran swu, tor,:l Doi.
$15,000. firm 612-396- GMC ':" Jimrnm. tinted vinclow.
9898 or 334-673-3837 ire t ,:ond . $4200 . . $2100 080 850-4862
ask for TOT Big Horn Edition 066
ODD) 650. 526-2491 88 g 00 6066 272R2499
Black,2WD, 5.7 Hemi, Ford 99' Ranger 6 cl.
GMC'08 Yukon SLT, Auto, Only 8xxx Miles auto overdrive low
rear bucket seats, $23,500.00 miles . e.c. cond
power lift gate, 3rd (334) 379-8733 3:4 894-2134
seat, white, 12K
Smiles, garaged/ 2008 F-250 Ford
HARLEY DAVIDSON perfect.334-692-4124 Lariat Exc. Cond.
'08 1200 Sportster or 334-797-7603 13,176 Mi. $36,000
08 1200 Sportster Truck is fully loaded
Custom, 108 miles, Hummer '06 H3, 41k 850-569-2840
warranty, Like new. miles, moon roof, buddy7Ldigitalexp.com
$8,700, 334-702-4778. leather seats, sate Chevrolet '06 1500 Gl
radio, blue exterior. ChewoWet G06 1500
Harley Davidson '08 $22,495 OBO.798-9695 Silverado WT, ex- GMC lnt1 15runni C.
Electra Glide Classic, tended cab. .Good E celon ritior Runred
4000 miles, 1 year $. . 5.0.OB $3000 OBO.
warrenty left. .334 798. 335 - 334 677 6,715
$17,000. 334-618-4430 CHEVROLET - '*0
Harley Davidson '08 2500 Durama LTZ
Low Rider, less than LoadEd Z1 I 3 6K
3K mi. black, warran- miles. 4 door. Navistar '98 Eagle,
ty, perfect cond. leep 04 Wrangler X autorranual trans- wth 525E Cumminrgs
many xtras. $13,500 4.OL 6cyl 5spd 4WD mission, Like New enqgr.e r.new t.rFs. all
850-526-2790 Khaki cr. Soft-Tp, AC condition, black exte- equlirment nrlude-o.
am/fm/cd/mp3, alloy rior, black interior, exellenrt running
Harley Davidson '96 whis, Mopar bmpr & 4WD, $37,000 condition $10.500
Fatboy, red & white, gril grd. Exc. Cond. (334)726-1209 334 803 5072 or 3134
13K miles, great 1 owner - 3 rd car. . 896594
shape, $8,500. LOW MILES - 37,300 , n N --r- n
334-899-1212 $17,999. OBO NISSAN '99 Frontier
334 803 6882 '4 . y, ac. at. e, tended
'r cab, bed hoer. rew
JEEP 198' Wr.,ngler tires. 136K, e. . c n. On
4.14. ac p . 3:.. at '$3.995 314-691 2987
S ,, trar. Chevy '04 Silverado Sonoma 03 GMC
ti 8018 792-8827 $S-.'.00 - 3500. 1 Ton. Shrpe. Etended Can 4 3v6
� .- Durama w. 6 6L. Dually Engine Automatic
Harley Sp,-rt -t.r e6' Nissan 04' .luranc. Tow Pkg, power trail. Power brakes &
Orange 1200R, Vance loaded, new tires, mirrors crew v .:. Clean
& Hines Short Shots, color pewter, leather ing mirrors, crew w,7.,d: 92, Clen 3.
braided lines, 8,900 int. 72,55K mi. cab, ext. bed. Loaded $.0 92
mi $7,995. 794-8037 $13,900. OBO 334- $23,000. Plac your
HD'9, w 73-0823 2007 Copper Cannon Place your
ter & Black, lowered, Keystone 5th wheel ad in our
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- 'c 334-805-4906.
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. Nissan '07 Palnfnder white 4-dr. loaded, 01o6 t
SE. Black. Auto 43K 87K mi. Exc. cond.
mi'. leBther r 3r OSE radio system
r.u' t � Ir $16,500. 334-618-0017 and grow
Honda 01' Reflex $17,000. 334-897-0582 CHEVY '66, custom
Scooter maroon, V8, ps/pb, swb, auto, your
4-stroke, 249cc, 70 Nissan '09 Rogue, 20k runs & looks good.
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