Jackson County Floridan

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


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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
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there when the fire started, but all the
occupants escaped uninjured.
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bums and fled from the burning structure.
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Academy program for parents Thursday

Marianna High School is host-
ing a special event this Thursday,
March 4, for parents of all eighth
graders who Swill be headed to
Marianna next school year.
The academies sector of
Marianna High School invites
parents and soon-to-be ninth
graders to the school auditorium
at 5:30 p.m., to find out more
about the academy programs
available to students there.
Applications for entry into the
programs will be available, and
should be turned in that evening
so school officials can process
and prepare them for the coming
school year.
Parents and students will hear
about the academy and vocational
programs available next year.
Teacher Susie Barber is in
charge of the culinary arts pro-
gram, and will be on hand to talk
with students and their parents
about the course work.
She runs three divisions, with
students separated by grade level
or years in the program.
In a 25 by 3-foot organic gar-
den, culinary students grow some
of the fruits and vegetables they

Culinary Arts III students stand atop and around their garden on a
recent harvest day. From front to back are Jacoria Borders,. Alexa
Sanchez, Markie Parrish, Camie Cobb, Savannah Brooks, LaToya
Godwin, Kayla Nickles, DuWon Clark, Tyler Lasseter, and Bryan
Penello. Not pictured is class member Jordi Love. Contributed photo

use in desserts, salads and other
dishes they prepare in class.
They've planted carrots, broc-
coli, snow peas althoughh most

were killed by recent cold snaps),
spinach, loose-leaf lettuce, swiss
chard, red-leaf lettuce, mustard
and 'collard greens, garlic,

oregano, rosemary, parsley, sage
and strawberries. They'll plant
tomatoes once spring arrives.
Barber added gardening to the
culinary curriculum last
September, saying she felt it was
important for her students to
know how to grow, as well as
use, fresh ingredients.
She currently has more than 70
students enrolled in the academy,
program she oversees. But Barber
said there are many more acade-
my tracks students can explore, if
cooking or gardening isn't their
cup of tea.
There's the Academy of
Engineering and Design, certified
through Project Lead the Way.
The Marianna Health Science
Academy is a three-year program
for students who are pursuing a
career in health care. Students
enrolled in their third year have
the opportunity to sit for the
Certified Nursing Assistant exam.
Information Technology pro-
grams at Marianna offer classes
that will lead successful students '
to earn credentials as Microsoft-
certified application specialists.
Agriculture, fashion design
and early childhood are the other
program areas available to stu-





Jackson Hospital officials
celebrated Tuesday the expan-
,sion of the hospital's existing
inpatient medical stabilization
services, for patients suffering
from drug and alcohol addic-
tion. Jackson County Chamber
of Commerce members
applauded the hospital's new
offerings and held a ribbon cut-
ting ceremony Tuesday after-
noon in its honor.
Services being incorporated
are new medical stabilization
services provided by New
Vision, a company operated
through a management con-
tract between Jackson Hospital
and SpecialCare Hospital
Management Corporation of
St. Louis.
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Car overturns on Highway 90

Emergency crews responded when this Ford Explorer overturned west of Marianna off U.S.
Highway 90 late Tuesday afternoon. No details were immediately available on the incident. -
Deborah Buckhalter / Floridan


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Contact Us
Telephone: (850) 526-3614
FAX: (850) 482-4478
Mailing Address:
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Street Address:
4403 Constitution Lane
Marianna, FL 32446
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Getting it

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

March 3 Wednesday
i Chipola College Late registration for
Spring Term 'C' is 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Classes for
Term C begin today. Call 718-2311, or visit
AARP Tax-Aide, Marianna, offers free tax
return preparation and e-filing services for
low- and middle-income persons, with
emphasis on persons over 60,-in the confer-
ence room of the Jackson County Agricultural
office, 2741 Pennsylvania Ave. in Marianna, 9
a.m. to 1 p.m. Services continue Wednesday
mornings through April 14. For an appoint-
ment, call 693-0873.
Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 12046
hosts a Buddy-Poppy Drive at Grocery Outlet
in Marianna to raise funds for local and
national VFWs and local deployed guard
units. Call 482-4691.
Chipola College business instructor Lee
Shook and student volunteers provide free tax
preparation and electronic filing simple,
individual returns only from 10 a.m. to 2
p.m. Wednesday through early April. Other
times available by appointment. For faster
refunds, bring a personal check (with routing
information.). Call 718-2368.
Jackson County Habitat for Humanity
Warehouse is open 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Alcoholics Anonymous open meeting -
Wednesdays, 12-1 p.m. at the First United
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna, in the AA room.

March 4 Thursday
The Jackson County Extension Office
hosts a Peanut Production Short Course at
the Jackson County Extension Conference
Center. Registration at 7:45 a.m.; presenta-
tions begin -at 8:30 a.m. Course concludes
with lunch at noon. Restricted Use Pesticide
License holders may receive one CEU. Call
St. Anne Thrift Shop, 4287 Second Ave. in
Marianna, is having a Half-Price Sale Feb. 23-
March 4, Tuesdays and Thursday only. Call
The Covenant Hospice Alzheimer's
Caregiver Support Group meets the first
Thursday of every month, 1-2 p.m. at the
Marianna branch office, 4440 Lafayette St.,
across from the courthouse. The group is
free, but registration is required. Light
refreshments served. To register, call January
McKeithan at 482-8520 or,(888) 817-2191.,
Marianna High School Academies host
Academy Parent Night at 5:30 p.m.. in the
MHS auditorium. Current eighth and ninth
grade students and their parents will hear
about academy/vocational programs available
next year. Applications are to be turned in at
the meeting. Call 482-9605, ext. 229.
The Jackson County Chamber of
Commerce will conduct a ribbon cutting cere-
mony for Outside the Lines Art Studio &

Gallery, 2863 S. Caledonia St. in Marianna, at
4 p.m. Following, owner Debra Pelc Menacof
* hosts an open house until 6 p.m. Call 557-
2399 or 482-8060.
AARP Tax-Aide, Marianna, offers free tax
return preparation and e-filing services for
low- and middle-income persons, with
emphasis on persons over 60, in the confer-
ence room of the Jackson County Agricultural
office, 274.1 Pennsylvania Ave. in Marianna,
4:30-7:30 p.m. Services continue Thursday
evenings through April 15. For an appoint-
ment, call 693-0873.
The William Dunaway Chapter, Florida
Society, Sons of the American Revolution,
meets at Jim's Buffet and Grill in Marianna,
with the Dutch treat meal starting at 6:30 p.m.
Guest speaker, Compatriot Larry Kinsolving
will present, "Cowpens: The Turning Point in
the Southern Campaign." Anyone interested
in the SAR is weJcome. Call 594-6664.
Alcoholics Anonymous closed discussion
* Thursdays, 8-9 p.m.. at the First United
Methodist Chuich, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna, in the AA room. Attendance limited
to persons with a desire to stop drinking.

March 5 Friday
The Jackson County Chamber of
Commerce will conduct a ribbon cutting cere-
mony for Absolute Business Solutions, 4189
Lafayette St. in Marianna, at 4 p.m. Terry
Andress invites everyone for the ceremony
and refreshments. Call 482-8222 or 482-
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.
AA open meeting Fridays, 8-9 p.m. at the
First United Methodist Church, 2901
Caledonia St., Marianna, in the AA room.

March 6 Saturday
Marianna Probation and Parole and Phi
Theta Kappa Honor Society, Chipola Chapter
sponsor a benefit Fun Run at Citizens Lodge.
One-mile walk/run at 8 a.m.; 5k race at 8:45
a.m. Registration begins at 7 a.m. 5K fee is
$20 before March 3, $25 day of race (includes
free t-shirt). One-mile walk/run fee is $10 (no
free t-shirt). All net proceeds will benefit
Special Olympics. Call 482-9524.
The Marianna Woman's Club White
Elephant and Yard Sale is from 7 a.m. to 2
p.m. Proceeds will be used for building
repairs. Donations accepted. Call 526-4875,
The Alford Community He'alth Clinic'
(ACHC) is open 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. today. ACHC
is a free clinic for patients without medical
insurance and who meet federal income

guidelines. Short-term illnesses and chronic
conditions treated. Appointments available;
walk-ins welcome. Call 263-7106, 209-5501.
Clinic is at 1.770 Carolina St., two blocks east
of US Highway 231, Alford.
AA open meeting Saturdays, 4:30-5:30
p.m. at First United Methodist Church, 2901
Caledonia St., Marianna, in the AA room.
The 2010 Little Miss, Junior Miss, and
Miss Marianna. Pageant is at 6 p.m. in the
Marianna High School auditorium.

March 7 Sunday
The Southeastern Community Blood
Center mobile unit will be at the New Life
Family' Church, 8 a.m.-1:30 p.m., or donate
blood at the center, 2503 Commercial Park
Drive in Marianna, Monday-Friday,'9 a.m. to 6
p.m. Call 526-4403.

March 8 Monday
The Jackson County Democratic Party
convenes a public meeting, 6 p.m. in. the
Jackson County Board of Commissioners
offices. Call 482-5943 or 482-4220.
The Cottondale City Commission con-
venes its monthly meeting at 6 p.m. in the
Commission room.
The Sneads High School Project
Graduation Committee meets at 6:30 p.m. in
the SHS Library.
Alcoholics Anonymous open meeting -
Mondays, 8-9 p.m. at the First United
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna, in the AA room.

March 9 Tuesday
The Southeastern Community Blood
Center mobile unit will be at Rahal Chevrolet,
8-11 a.m.; and Jackson Cl, 12-4 p.m.,, or
donate at the center, 2503 Commercial Park
Drive, Marianna, Monday-Friday, 9 a.m. to 6
p.m. Call 526-4403.
The Republican Club of Northwest Florida
meets every second Tuesday of the month, at
noon; at Jim's Buffet and Grill in Marianna.
Today: Ben Odom moderates a debate
between Eddie Hendry and Steve
Southerland, candidates for the
Congressional District 2 Republican nomina-
tion, 12-1 p.m. Call 352-4984, 718-5411.
The Optimist Club of Jackson County
board meets every second Tuesday, at noon
in the First Capital Bank, Marianna.
Christine Gilbert teaches free quilting, cro-
cheting or knitting classes Tuesdays, 1 p.m.
at Jackson County Senior Citizens, 2931
Optimist Drive, Marianna. Call 482-5028.
Jackson County Quilters Guild Sit-n-Sew
is every Tuesday evening, 6-8 p.m. First
United Methodist Church Youth Hall, Clinton
Street, behind the post office. Call 272-7068.
AA open meeting Tuesdays, 8-9 p.m. at
the First United Methodist Church, 2901
Caledonia St., Mariahna, in. the AA room.


The Marianna Police
Department listed the fol-
lowing incidents for
March 1, the latest avail-
able report: one accident
without injury, one acci-
dent with unknown injury,
two verbal disturbances,
22 traffic stops, one crim-
inal mischief report, one
assault, one animal com-
plaint, two assists of
another agency and two
public service calls.
The Jackson County

Sheriff's Office listed the
following incidents for
March 1, the latest avail-
able report: one accident
without injury, one stolen
S-r three aban-
-,' '-" doned vehi-
cles, two
S-rIME_ suspicious
one suspicious person,
one highway obstruction,
one felony, one burglary
of a vehicle, one physical
disturbance, two verbal
disturbances, two fires,.
one burglar alarm, one
panic alarm, eight traffic

stops, three larceny
reports, one criminal mis-
chief report, five papers
served, one civil dispute,
one trespassing com-
plaint, two littering com-
plaints, one juvenile com-
plaint, one animal com-
plaint, one fraud, three
public service calls and
three threats.
The following people
were booked into the
county jail during the lat-
est reporting periods:

Ha'Khelius Moore,
16, 3070 Carters Mill
Road, Apt. J-10,
Marianna, violation of
state probation.
Pearl Davis, 26, 4819
Glendale Circle,
Marianna, violation of
county probation.
Ted Brincefield, 25,
1723 Virginia St., Alford,
sentenced to 60 days.
Michael Davis, 22,
3700 Davis Drive,
Marianna, abuse of an
elderly or disabled adult.
Casey Sterrett, 18,
2646 General Courts,
Marianna, violation of

county probation (theft).
Adrian Washington,
21, 2840 Booker St.,
Marianna, knowingly
driving while license sus-
pended or revoked.
Joel Hernandez, 25,
8178 Highway 90,
Sneads, no driver's
To report a crime, call
CrimcStoppers at 526-
To report a wildlife vio-
lation, call 1-888-404-
FWCC (3922).

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Community Calendar LOCAL

Jackson County Floridan Wednesday, March 3, 2010 3A

MHS band students excel at district contest

On Friday, Feb. 12, 44
Marianna High School
band students participated
in the Florida Bandmasters
Association's annual
District II Solo and
Ensemble Music
Performance Assessment,
held at the Baptist College
of Florida and Graceville
High School.
These 44 students per-
formed in 25 separate
combinations including
instrumental and auxiliary
solos, a brass trio, the
dance line (11 members),
the color .guard/flag line
(seven members), and two
separate percussion
ensembles (one with nine'
members, one Wvith 11
Many students per-
formed several times, in
various combinations of

solos and larger ensembles.
All performances were
scored by sanctioned adju-
dicators who gave the stu-
dents both written and oral
comments and issued
scores ranging from a top
score of superior, to excel-
lent, good fair., and poor
All Marianna students
earned scores of either
superior or excellent.
All of the auxiliary
(dance and flag) member's
earned a score of superior
and are' eligible to advance
to the State MPA, which
subjects the performances
to a higher level of grad-
An additional factor in
the instrumental perform-
ances is the difficulty rat-
ing of the music being
performed level 1
being the easiest and level
7 being the hardest. Each
instrumentalist playing

music rated at level 5 or
higher and earning a score
of superior is also eligible
to advance to the State
MPA. The State MPA for
North Florida will be held
in early April.
Counting multiple pier-
formances by some stu-
dents, a total of 50 superi-
or medals were earned,
with 10 students also earn-
ing a rating of excellent.
Student are listed alpha-
betically within each solo
or ensemble grouping, fol-
lowed by the music level
(in brackets) and their
earned score, either supe-
rior (I) or excellent (II):

Travis Bontrager-
Tympani solo (6) I; Alto
Saxophone solo (6) I
Hannah Colbert-Flute

solo (4) I1
Justin Curry-Baritone
Saxophone solo (4) I
Jeffery Edenfield-Tuba
solo (5) H
Trey Holmes-
Trombone solo (5) II
Virginia McDaniel-
Flute solo (7) H
Katelyn Miller-Alto
Saxophone solo (5) I
Zack Perkins-Piano
solo (5) II
Ryan Pilcher-Alto
Saxophone solo (5) I
Sharon Price-Clarinet
solo (5) I
Samantha Rudd-Flute
solo (4) II
Lindsey Starling-
Clarinet solo (4) I; Alto
Saxophone solo (5) I
Megan Troutman-Flute
solo (4) II
Lori Tucker-Alto
Saxophone solo (4) I
Anthony Wood-Alto
Saxophone solo (5) II

Brass Trio: Josh
Emanuel, Trey Holmes,
;Duante' Smith- (4) II
Blanchette, Travis
Bontrager, Jeffrey Gardner,
Chris Gilmore, Lizzie
Mathis, Jamie McCoy,
Carrius Moore, James
Morrison, David White-
Ensemble/1 1-Stevie
Blanchette, Travis
Bontrager, Jeffrey Gardner,
Chris Gilmore, Will,
Glover, Lizzie Mathis,
Jamie McCoy, Carrius
Moore, James Morrison,
Chris Rogers, David
White- (4) I
Flag Solos: Ashley

Raines- I; Alanna Clayton-
I; and Samantha Barnes- I.
Indoor Guard/Flag
Line: Sharnesia Baker,
Samantha Barnes (co-cap-
tain), Kelsey Baxley,
Alanna Clayton, Ashley
Combs, Kathryn Huffman,
Ashley Raines (co-cap-
tain)- I.
Dance Line: Whitney
Basford, Kayley Bryan,
Rachel Callahan, Hollie
Daniels, Rachel Huckaby,
Brynne Markham
(Captain), Victoria Mock,
Kelsey Olive, Rachel
Huckaby, Lauren Smith,
Kassi Starrine, Ashton
Stephens- I.


Covenant Hospice offers

training for new volunteers


.Covenant Hospice is
seeking individuals who
are interested in making a
difference in the lives of
patients and families fac-
ing end-of-life issues and
in supporting the organiza,
A volunteer workshop
will be from-8 a.m. to 4
p.m. Wednesday, March
10 ,at the Marianna
Covenant Hospice branch
office, at 4440 Lafayette
St., Suite C. The workshop
is free and open to the
public. Food and drinks
will be provided.
Patient -and family sup-
port volunteer training
will provide an overview
of hospice care, including
Covenant's programs and
services and the special
roles that volunteers fill.
This training prepares
individuals to volunteer in
a. variety of ways.
Volunteer choices
include visiting and com-
panionship for patients,
supporting family mem-
bers by offering emotional
support and practical help,
assisting with fundraising
events, providing adminis-
trative support in a
Covenant office, serving
as an outreach
Ambassador and much
No special background
or experience is required
to volunteer for Covenant,

just a desire to make a dif-
Time commitment is
flexible and based on vol-
unteer availability.
Retired and working
professionals are also
needed to share their
expertise and 'experience
with patients and families.
To register' or to learn
more, call Donna Meldon
at 482-4820.
Covenant Hospice is a
not-for-profit organiza-

Students knit

for the community

Marianna High School FCCIA members Gavin Hall and Kathryn LeFloor pres-
ent hand-knitted hats to Covenant Hospice, who distributed them to patients.
FCCLA and Family and Consumer Science classes joined together in a commu-
nity service project, donating hand-knitted hats to those in need this holiday sea-
son. Over 100 hats have been distributed to various organizations in the com-
munity. Contributed photo

See the original
that started it all

Available in, town
Exclusively @



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Downtown Marianna

2193 S. Hwy. 71

FCCLA presents

pre-K hats

Marianna High School FCCLA and Family and Consumer Science
classes joined together in a community service project, donating
hand-knitted hats to children at the Jackson County Early
Childhood Center. Pictured is FCCLA member, Alex Sanchez pre-
senting hats to Ms. May for her PreK students. FCCLA members
and FACS students have knitted over 100 hats which have been
donated to various community groups.- Contributed Photo

City of



Applications are now
available for the City of
Marianna Scholarship to
Chipola College.
Scholarship eligibility
requirements includes a
minimum 3.0 high school
grade point average, being a
current high school gradu-
ate and residency within of
the city limits of Marianna.
The recipient must pursue
an A.A. or B.Sc. degree at
Chipola Collage.
The scholarship pays
tuition for 30 semester
hours per year.
A maximum of 60 semes-
ter hours can be earned
through this renewable
Applications, available
from the Marianna High
School Guidance office and
the Chipola Foundation,
must be submitted by May

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Managing Editor: Michael Becker

Guest Opinion | -

Time to get



Speaking in Orlando, the United
States' point man on international
trade delivered a simple but powerful
message: trade supports millions of
U.S. jobs, and expanding it must be a
part of reviving the U.S. economy.
The message from U.S. Trade
Representative Ron Kirk resonates in
the Sunshine State, where hundreds of
thousands of people owe their liveli-
hoods to trade. Florida is the fifth
highest exporting state, sending more
than $47 billion in goods abroad last
The annual value of Florida exports
has roughly doubled since 2003. The
leading categories are electronics,
transportation equipment, chemicals
and machinery.
President Barack Obama announced
a plan to double U.S. exports over the
next five years, which he said would
support 2 million jobs. The National
Export Initiative will bring together
more than a half dozen federal agen-
cies to help businesses promote and
finance sales overseas. The money the
president is seeking to bankroll the
effort, $500 million, rnakes it a rela-
tive bargain compared to other job-
boosting efforts costing tens of bil-
lions of dollars.
Persuading Congress to go along
with this plan will be easier than get-
ting lawmakers to support long-
delayed trade pacts with Colombia,
Panama and South Korea. Kowtowing
to labor bosses, Democratic leaders on
Capitol Hill have stymied those deals.
Yet their ratification also would be a
milestone in expanding access to over-
seas markets for U.S. factories and
Kirk said his office is working on
the three delayed agreements.
However, it almost certainly will take
a push from Obama to get Congress
The president should jump at the
chance. Promoting trade is one policy
goal where the White House could
count on significant Republican sup-
port, in contrast to the solid GOP
opposition to other administration ini-
In Florida, trade isn't just for big
business. Of the 33,500 companies
that exported from the state in 2007,
more than 31,000 were firms with
fewer than 500 employees. Those
firms' exports made up almost two-
thirds of the value of goods sent
abroad from Florida, the highest share
for businesses in that category in any
Trade is an essential element to an
economic recovery and an ideal
opportunity for Democrats and
Republicans to agree on something.
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Good Samaritans
still exist
Dear editor,
My husband Walt and I
would like to thank the two
young men who came to our
aid on Tuesday, Feb. 23.
We hit a small log at the
overpass on U.S. Highway
73. Walt was swerving back
and forth, trying to avoid
more damage than had
already been done to the
front, left tire and rim. -
We would also like to thank
the lady who stopped and said
she moved the log, and who
also returned the hub cap that
had come off.
Walt and I are so proud and
thankful that there are truly
"Good Samaritans" in this


Bobbie Childs
Board president
pleased with support
Dear editor,
I was again awed at the out-
pouring of community sup-
port for the Jackson County
Library Board's fundraiser for
the Jackson County Public
The Classic Southern
Desserts event was attended
by approximately 300 individ-
uals who enjoyed "all you can
eat" delicious, home-made,
favorite desserts for a ten dol-
lar donation. The crowd
enjoyed an evening of piano
music with Donna McCrea,

Dianne Tipton, soloist, a read-
ing from "A Land
Remembered" by Dianne
Oswald, and a duet by Peggy
Cox and Glenda Sue Bradley.
The event netted over
$5700 for the library. Monies
will be spent by the board for
library projects and materials.
Members of the Jackson
County Library Board wish to
express our appreciation to
every person whose hands
touched the event ... whether
you cooked a dessert, pur-
chased a ticket, baked a spe-
cialty cake, assisted with
setup and decorations, donat-
ed an item fo.r the silent auc-
tion, donated door prize(s) or
provided entertainment for the
evening. We salute Debbie
and Donnie Branch and our
spouses for their continued

support of this annual event.
In addition, the JCLB wish-
es to express appreciation to
the Jackson County Board of
County Commissioners,
whose attendance highlights
the specialty cake auction and
for their continued support of
all library programs and activ-
We can't express in words
enough appreciation to our
annual sponsors, churches,
families and friends for their
continued support of board
activities at the public library.
And, to the sweet little lady
who placed $25 in my hand at
the end of the event ... may
God richly bless you.
Glenda Sue Bradley
President, Jackson County
Library Board


Florida Legislature
Rep. Marti Coley, R-District 7
Capitol office
319 The Capitol
402 South Monroe St.
Tallahassee, FL 32399-1300
(850) 488-2873
District office
Building L, Room 108 Chipola College
3094 Indian Circle
Marianna, FL 32446-1701
(850) 718-0047
Rep. Brad Drake, R-District 5
Capitol office

313 House Office Building
402 South Monroe St.
Tallahassee, FL 32399-1300
(850) 488-4726
District office
NWFL State-Chautauqua Campus #205
908 U.S. Highway 90 West
DeFuniak Springs, FL 32433-1436
(850) 892-8431
Sen. Al Lawson Jr. D-District 6
Tallahassee office
228 Senate Office Building
404 South Monroe St.
Tallahassee, FL 32399-1100

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U.S. Congress
Rep. Allen Boyd, D-2nd District
Washington, D.C. office
1227 Longworth HOB
Washington, DC 20515
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OBITUARIES Lodge begins prep for Greenwood fun day
Williams Funeral Home
5283 Brown St STAFF REPORT Greenwood Mayor Charles Sanders told catered to, Sims said. There will also be booths
Graceville, FL 32440-2232 Sims he was hopeful of the late April date, but set up with antique art shows and needlecrafts,
263-5116 Residents of Greenwood are getting revved if not, arrangements would be made. along with a variety of vendors for attendees to
up for the ninth annual Spring Fun Day, to be Plans to reconstruct the park and uplift its peruse.

"Bud" Ware

Elmer Whitford "Bud"
Ware passed away Monday
at Campbellton-Graceville
Hospital. He was 88.
Born and raised in St. An-
drews, Dr. Ware graduated
from Bay High School,
Stetson University and re-
ceived his doctorate in the-
ology from Southern Bap-
tist Theological Seminary
in Louisville, Ky.
In 1958, Dr. Ware and his
family moved to Graceville,
where he was a professor of
theology, at Baptist Bible
Institute, now- known as
the Baptist College of Flori-
da. He finished his working
career as the director of the
Northwest Florida Regional
Housing Authority, also in
Bud specifically request-
e,l a short obituary, which
is fortunate because his tal-
ents and achievements
were many.
In addition to -being a
minister, scholar and busi-
nessman, he was a licensed
master plumber, an ac-
complished engineer and
designer, wood turner, ar-
tist and boat builder, hav-
ing kept his son afloat in
boats for many years.
He had been a genuine
friend and! comfort to
many during his years here
in Graceville.
Dr. Ware was preceded
in death by his wife Judy,
the mother of his children,
Judith Ettlinger and Phillip.
He was also preceded in
death by his older brother
John of Tampd; and sister,
Lois Matthews of Athens,
He is survived by his lov-
ing wife Erma; his children
and Judith's son, John
Ettlinger; a brother,
Charles "Bubba" and wife
Adelaide, of Panama City;
and one sister, Mary Joe
"Pie" Hubbard of Rockford,
Ill. He is also survived by
one stepdaughter, Sonia
Roberts (husband Clark);
four stepsons, Jerry
Brookins (wife Diana), Re-
ggie Brookins (wife Robin),
Joe Sheffield .(wife Su-
zanne), and 'Roger Shef-
field; along with 13 step-
grandchildren and 26 step-
The viewing will be at Wil-
liams Funeral Home, 5283
Brown St., Graceville, from
6 to 8 p.m. on Wednesday,
March 3. .
The funeral is scheduled
for 10 a.m. Thursday,
March 4, at the First Baptist
Church of Graceville, of
which he was a long-time
The family would like to
thank the staff of
Hospital. and Covenant
Hospice for their kind and
affectionate attention dur-
ing his hospital stay.
Williams Funeral Home
of Graceville is in charge of

held at Greenwood Park off Fort Road later next
month. With a full day of art, some "southern-
style cooking" and family entertainment, resi-
dents have much to prepare for.
St. Joseph Lodge of Marianna is hosting the
event. Members announced Tuesday that indi-
vidual applications are now being accepted for
anyone interested in purchasing a booth. The
booths arb $10 will not have electricity avail-
able. St. Joseph official Leo Sims said the plan-
ning stages have commenced, with hopes of
securing booth participants within the month of
March for the Fun Day, scheduled for April 24.
The park is currently undergoing some
improvements, and should hopefully by com-
.pleted or, at least at a safe stopping point, by
late April, Sims said.

worn out look have been underway for the past
two years. The improvements include a new
playground with all new toys and equipment, a
regulation-size basketball court, and batting
cages adjacent to the existing baseball field.
The baseball field will also see some improve-
ments, with the clean-up of the field and the
addition of benches in the dugouts.
With all this still underway, officials hope the
park's condition will be ready for the Fun Day.
Sims said the Fun Day committee is planning
for a big day for the little ones, with a moon
walk and pony rides, along with arts and crafts
stations and clowns. A basketball contest for
children, with small prizes for the winner, is
also being' planned.
But children aren't the only ones being

Sims hopes to secure a bloodmobile, to offer
free blood pressure checks for anyone interest-
"There will be a variety of activities to attract
everyone," Sims said. "And there will definitely
.be a lot of good food, as well."
Attendees will be able to enjoy biscuits and
gravy for breakfast. For lunch, there will be bar-
becue ribs and chicken, sausage dogs, fried fish,
' and baked goods and ice-cream for dessert.
Sims has also arranged for groups from local
churches to provide the musical entertainment.
throughout the day.
St. Joseph members say individuals, groups,
churches or businesses that would like to pur-
chase a booth can call Leo Sims at 850-209-
4951, or Sonnie at 850-482-4781.

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SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN FOr the club. There will be the chicken and everyone Those upgrading should InSpe ct lons
a tailgate and a swap and is asked to brmg a cov- bring a copy of their drt-

The Holmes County
Amateur Radio Club
hosts its annual .picnic,
the "Chicken Pick in," on
March 6, at the Falling
Waters State Park in
Chipley beginning at 9
This is a social event

trading of ham 'items
starting at 9 a.m. During
the day, there will be a
Morse code contest using
toes, an ugly man contest,
and a certificate for the
ham that traveled the far-
thest to the event.
The club will furnish

ered dish to the event.
Florida park entry fees
will be charged.
Amateur radio testing
for all levels starts at 2,
p.m. Those testing for the
first level should bring a
copy of their driver's
license or photo ID.

very'ss license and a copy
of their latest FCC
Talk-in will be on
145.11, 146.52, 145.33.
For more information
call Ewan Moore at 850-
547-2141 or Dee Sawyer
at 850-326-1176.

Covenant celebrates National Social Work Month,


Covenant Hospice, along with the
National Association of Social
Workers celebrates National Social
Work Month 2010. This year's theme
is "Social Workers Inspire
Community Action." In every com-
munity; there are people who go
above and beyond their usual work to
make a significant difference in the
lives of thousands.
These advocates can come from
every discipline, but many times they
are social workers.
For example, in Marianna Jimmy

'Preliminary findings indicate that
the fire started in the living room
from an open flame, he said.
Approximately 5,000 gallons of'
water were used on the fire, Sawyer
estimated. Fire crews had been busy
in a different area of the county just
a few hours earlier.
In that incident, a garden shed at
4052 Bright Prospect Road explod-
ed into rubble' around 7:30. p.m.
A home and barn nearby on the
same property escaped damaged,
despite winds that pushed the flames
toward them. The cause of that fire
was not known to Cristi Triplett, a

King and Brandon
Highsmith strive to
help patients and fami-
lies live with dignity
.and the highest degree
of physical, emotional,
,social and spiritual
They provide emo- Jimmy
tional support to King
patients and loved
hopes, assist in dealing with closure
issues, advanced directives, insurance'
benefits and more.
King.and Highsmith may also help
patients and families who need finan-

caretaker to the 80-year-old home-
owner, Virginia Walters.
Triplett said she was just grateful
firefighters were able to save
Walters' house and her barn. The
barn, Triplett said, contains some of
the belongings she and husband
Rick Triplett own.
Triplett said they are moving into
a trailer next to Walter's home and
are storing some of their things in
the barn until the trailer is ready.
Triplett said she is most grateful
that the fire didn't get to the house of
hkr long-time friend. She and
Walters have a relationship that
started more than 30 years ago,

cial assistance by iden-
tifying and accessing
community resources.
"Social workers are
essential to our organi-
zation, providing serv-
ices across a wide
Brandon .range of needs," said
Brandon Pan' Edwards, VP of
Highsmith Clinical Services for
Covenant Hospice.
"They are individuals with passion
and an inherent sense of purpose,
who truly inspire."
Covenant Hospice is a not-for-
profit organization.

when Triplett was. a young waitress
at the old Kingry's restaurant in
Triplett said Walters would often
come there to eat after making trips
to the hospital to visit her husband,
who had been seriously burned in
wartime service.
Triplett eventually moved to
Texas and she and Walters lost
touch. When she returned to this
area, she'd heard that Virginia
Walters had died.
But she eventually found out that
wasn't so.
A friend of Triplett happened to
know an older. woman who needed

The Florida Department
of Transportation said it is
dispatching bridge inspec-
tion' teams to perform rou-
tine inspections on the east-
and westbound Interstate 10
bridges over the Chipola
River in Jackson County.
Work will be performed
from 8:30 a.m. until 3:30
p.m. Thursday.
Crews will also perform a
routine inspection ,of the
eastbound Apalachicola
relief bridge' on U.S.'
Highway 90 Monday.
Work begins at '8 a.m. and
ends around 4 p.m.
Motorists can expect
intermittent lane closures
while crews inspect each
facility. Drivers are
reminded to use caution
while traveling through the
work zones.

Continued From Page 1A

some help with yard work, and sent
Triplett to the house as a candidate
for the job.
Walters knew her immediately
when she came to the door.
"Get your (self) in this house,"
she said when she laid eyes on
Triplett for the first time in many
Triplett's job doing yard work
eventually turned into a long-term
caretaker's position, as Walters con-
tinued to age and need more help.
Triplett said she's glad her old
friend didn't lose much more than
flower pots and watering cans in the
Monday night fire.

Addiction Continued From Page 1A

Services will begin March 3 and will avail-
able 24 hours a day, seven\days a week. Most
managed care plans, along with Medicaid and
Medicare insurance will be accepted.
New Vision services accept adults, 18 or
older, who are experiencing problems with
drugs or alcohol, or who are experiencing acute
withdrawal symptoms from certain drugs. The
services consist of a medically supervised hos-
pital stay for in-patient stabilization which typ-
ically lasts three to five days.
Patients discovered to be under the influence
of chemical substances upon admission to the
hospital will be closely observed and stabi-
The typical process starts with crisis inter-
vention, and then proceeds with an assessment,

pre-screening, admission and stabilization.
After that, discharge planning arranges for the
patient to be referred to appropriate communi-
ty-based after-care programs, prior to being
released from the hospital.
Tom Millea, the executive vice president of
SpecialCare Hospital Management, the compa-
ny operating New Vision services, says these
services are the "humane" way of treating.
patients facing addiction.
"New Vision services treat addiction -as a
medical problem and redirects. patients with
our program on their way to stabilization,"
Millea said. "The services are voluntary and
strictly medical, giving- patients who wish to
recover an opportunity to do so."
Millea said Tuesday that officials with New

Vision and SpecialCare Hospital Management
Corp. assessed the Jackson County community
and found a need for these types of services.
"Jackson County, like many other places
around the nation, has people suffering with
addiction," Millea said. "These services will be
beneficial to the community as a whole and
help treat symptoms of those suffering from
chemical dependency."
Jackson Hospital official Rosie Smith said
Tuesday the hospital currently treats these type
of patients, but with the incorporation of New
Vision, services will .include focus more on
social services.
"New Vision services will truly help our
patients stabilize' and hopefully eventually kick
the habit," Smith said.

Marriages, divorces
for Feb. 22-26 I t

Jo .Ann Beasley and
John Samuel McAlpin.
Stephen Mark Davis
And Kelsey Michelle
Charles Leon Gilley and
Melissa A. Neel.
Allen Benjamin Crouse
Jr. and Stephanie Ann
Jeremy Charles Floyd
and Kimberly Jade Temple.
Minnie Loretta B6wers
and Gary Wayne Williams.
Charles Terry Johnson
and Elizabeth Darlene
Tracy Dawn Kent and
Tommy Jerry Williams I1.

Lindy LeFlove Turner
vs. Bryon Trent Turner.
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Lady Bulldogs

Marianna beats

Cottondale for

third straight win
The Marianna Lady Bulldogs won their
third straight game Monday night at home,
toppling Cottondale 16-1 in 5 innings.
Allison Hutton had another big day at the
plate to lead Marianna, finishing 4-for-4.
with two RBI, while Maya Boykin also
added four hits and two RBI.
Mallory Dean pitched all five innings for
Marianna to get the win, striking out six,
walking one, and surrendering just one hit.
Marianna coach Tasha Braddy said it was
another solid, all-around effort by her team.
"We played good defense, we were
aggressive at the. plate, and, we got some
great pitching," the coach said. "Cottondale
is a young team, but we played well."
Marianna improved to 7-1 overall, its only
loss coming to Chipley on Feb. 23.
Since then, the Lady Bulldogs have taken
wins of 27-0 over Walton, 16-0 over Bay,
and 16-1 over Cottondale.
In those games, Hulton has, gone a whop-
ping 13-for-15 at the plate with a home run
and 11 RBI.
"She's hitting it very well," Braddy said of
the senior. "She's stronger at the plate this
year than ever before. She's getting up there
and definitely doing her job. She sees her
pitch and drives it."
However, Hutton and Boykin were far
from the only Lady Bulldogs to light it up
offensively Monday.
Jennifer Cramer also had four hits and an
RBI, while Whitney Lipford was 3-for-4
with two RBI.
Hali Stout was 3-for-3, while Dean added
an RBI, and Brandy Middleton picked up
two hits.
Mary Auger had the only hit of the game
See WIN, Page 2B P


Marianna Lady Bulldogs freshman Mallory Dean gets ready to deliver a pitch duping a
game earlier this season in Marianna. The Lady Bulldogs took their third straight victo-
ry Monday night with a 16-1 win over the Cottondale Lady Hornets in Marianna. The
Lady Bulldogs are now 7-1 overall, and 2-1 in district competition. Floridan File

Bulldogs beat Bainbridge to remain unbeaten

The Marianna High
School Bulldogs kept
their perfect season in
tact last night with a 5-3
win over the visiting
Bainbridge Bearcats.
Marianna coach Andy
Shelton sent Dustin
O'Hearn to the mound.
In the top of the first
inning, O'Hearn issued
consecutive walks, with a
double play to the No. 3
hitter picking up two
quick outs.
A single by the clean-
up hitter plated a run
before a ground out to
short ended the inning.
Marianna had an
opportunity in the 'bottom
of the second inning, but
could not manufacture a
Jaren Bannerman
reached on an error with
Alex Bigale drawing a
walk. Bannerman was out
at third on a fielder's
choice by O'Hearn. Both
runners were left stranded
when the next two batters
went down on strikes.
In the top of the third
inning, O'Hearn avoided

trouble by working him-
self out df a jam.
A single turned to a
triple on an errant throw
from the plate.
O'Hearn then induced
a fly out to centerfield for
the second out, and fol-
lowing a walk to put run-
ners at the corners, a
ground out to short ended
the inning.
Marianna took advan-
tage of some Bearcat
errors to post four'runs in
the bottom of the third
inning to make it a 4-1
game. t(
Bradly Middleton drew
a lead-off walk, with
Clayte Rooks taking one
for the team to put run-
ners at first and second.
Austin Branch sacri-
ficed both runners before
Johnson drew a walk to
load the bases.
Bannerman then
grounded out to second to
score Middleton. Bigale's
walk loaded the bases for
O'Heam's RBI single.
A throw from home to
get the runner at third
ended up scoring two
before the inning ended
with a groundout to sec-

Marianna's Paul Gochenaur tags out a Graceville player during a game ear-
lier this season. The Bulldogs defeated Bainbridge 5-3 on Monday in
Marianna. Floridan File Photo

Branch came on in
relief in the fourth inning,
and issued one walk that
was erased by a fielder's
choice before a strikeout
and a groundout ended
the inning.
Marianna added their
final run in the bottom of
the fourth.
A walk toN Anthony
Williams got things going

with a single by
Middleton putting run-
ners on the corners.
Following a strikeout,
Branch' drew a walk to
load the bases. Colby
Johnson reached on a
fielder's choice to score
Middleton for a 5-1
Marianna advantage.
In the top of the fifth
inning, an error allowed

the lead-off batter to
reach but a fly out to sec-
ond and a double play
ended the inning with no
Bainbridge plated one
run in the top of the sixth
inning when the lead-off
batter reached on an error
in center, stole second,
See DAWGS, Page 2B >0

Late rally lifts Blountstown past Lady Pirates, 8-7


The Sneads Lady Pirates
dropped their second game of the
season Monday night at home, as
Liberty County scored two runs
in the top of the seventh inning to
take an 8-7 win.
Sneads fell to 5-2 on the season
with the loss, with six Lady
Pirates errors the primary culprit.
Sneads rallied from a 6-3
deficit with four runs in the bot-
tom of the sixth inning.
But the Lady Bulldogs
answered in the seventh by taking
advantage of an error and a wild
pitch by Sneads to score the win-
ning runs.
The Lady Pirates threatened to
re-take the lead in the bottom of
the seventh, but they left the
bases loaded after a groundout by
Londyn Chason.
"We scored enough runs to win
the game," Sneads coach Kelvin
Johnson said. "The defense sort
of let us down. We couldn't catch
the ball, and we had a hard time
making plays.

"They've got a very
good team. When we
made mistakes, they got
runs, and that's what
good teams do."
-Kelvin Johnson,
Sneads coach

"It was not characteristic of our
team, but we did it, and they cap-
italized on every mistake we
made. If the defense continues to
allow that many extra opportuni-
ties, we'll be in trouble."
Kayla Rabon started in the cir-
cle for Sneads and went 2 2/3
innings before being relieved by
Aleisha Edenfield, who pitched
the final 4 1/3 innings.
The pair combined to allow
nine hits and two walks, while
striking out six, and surrendering
just two earned runs.
The six Sneads errors account-
ed for the other six Lady
See RALLY, Page 2B 1>

Sneads' Kayla Rabon throws a pitch during a game earlier this
season in Sneads. The Lady Pirates lost to Blountstown, 8-7, on
Monday night in Sneads to fall to 5-2 on the season. Floridan
File Photo


set to begin

at Chipola
The top 16 community college
basketball teams in Florida will
begin competing for the Florida
Junior College Men's and
Women's State Basketball
Tournament today in the Milton
H. Johnson Health Center.
Men's action begins today at 1
p.m., as Daytona takes on St.,
Petersburg. At 3 p.m., Indian'
River meets Tallahassee.
Northwest Florida plays Central
Florida at 6 p.m. Broward and
Hillsborough play in the 8 p.m.
nightcap on Thursday.
The women's tournament tips
off Thursday at 1 p.m., as
Tallahassee takes on Santa Fe. At
3 p.m., Pensacola takes on Indian
River. Gulf Coast plays Daytona
at 6 p.m. Palm Beach and Central
Florida meet in the 8 p.m. night-
Men's and women's semi-
finals are set -for Friday, with
men's games at 1 p.m. and 6 p.m.,
and women's. contests at 3,p:m.
and 8 p.m. The championship
games are set for Saturday, with
the men at 5 p.m., and the women
at 7:30 p.m.
Tournament passes-$25. for
adults and $15 for students-will
get fans into all 14 tournament
games. Single session tickets-
two games-are $10 each.
For ticket information, call
718-2220, or visit the official
tourney web site at: www.chipo-

Pirates rout

Tigers 18-1
The Sneads Pirates routed the
Blountstown Tigers 18-1 in 5
innings on Monday night in
With the win, Sneads improved
to 2-3 overall and 2-0 in district
John Beauchamp started on the
mound for the Pirates and pitched
a complete game, striking out
eight, walking one, and surren-
dering just two hits.
Offensively, Sneads was led by
Trevin Hall's 4-for-4, three-RBI
Hall also scored three runs,
with Taylor Woods going 2-for-4
with a run and four RBI.
Jerry Bamburg also drove in
two and scored a pair of runs for
the Pirates.
Marcus Beauchamp added a
hit, an RBI, and two runs.
"We hit the ball a lot better. We
finally started hitting it," Sneads
coach Mark Guerra said after the
game. "We put a lot of pressure
on them offensively, and when
you do that, the other team can
make some errors. They made
quite a few, but we hit the ball
Guerra also praised his team's
See ROUT, Page 2B >

Malone falls to

0-4 with loss
The Malone Lady Tigers fell to
0-4 on the season Monday night
with a 13-3 loss to Providence
Christian on the road.
Providence scored three runs in
the first inning, two in the second,
three in the fourth, and six in the
fifth to end the game on the 10-
run rule.
Malone scored all three of its
runs in the fifth inning.
Sara Newsom started in the cir-
cle for the Lady Tigers and took
the loss, pitching all five innings,
striking out seven, walking five,
and surrendering six hits.
The freshman didn't get much
support from her defense, which
committed seven errors on the
"Defensively, we've still got
some work to do," Malone coach
Greg Ford said. "I thought it
would be our strength this year,
Sbut it seems to be our weakness

right now."
Venisha Hearns led Malone
offensively, going 2-for-3 with a
double and two RBI.
The Lady Tigers next go on the
road Thursday to take on play
Altha at 4 p.m. and 6 p.m.


2B Wednesday, March 3, 2010 Jackson County Floridan

High School Baseball
Thursday- Graceville
at Malone, 4 p.m., and 6
p.m.; Cottondale at
Bozeman, 4 p.m., and 6
Friday- Holmes
County at Sneads, 4
p.m., and 6 p.m.; Port St.
Joe at Marianna, 4 p.m.,
and 6 p.m.; Malone at
Altha, 6 p.m.; Cottondale
at Blountstown, 4 p.m.,
and 6 p.m.

High School Softball
Today- Marianna at
Arnold, 4:30 p.m., and
6:30 p.m.; Sneads at'
Bozeman, 4 p.m., and 6
Thursday- Graceville
at South Walton, 4 p.m.,
and 6 p.m.; Malone at
Altha, 4 p.m., and 6 p.m.
Friday- Vernon at
Sneads, 4 p.m., and 6
p.m.; Bay at Cottondale,
4 p.m., and 6 p.m.;
Marianna at Pensacola
Catholic, 4 p.m., and 6
p.m.; Graceville vs.
Geneva in Slocumb, 3:30
p.m.; Graceville vs.
Ariton in Slocumb, 8
Saturday- Graceville
vs. New Brockton in
Slocumb, 9:30 a.m.

5K Fun Run
Marianna Probation
and Parole, and the
Chipola chapter of Phi
Theata Kappa will spon-
sor a 5K Fun Run bene-
fitting- the Special
Olympics on Saturday at
Citizen's Lodge.
Registration begins at
7 a.m., and the 1-mile
walk/run starts at 8 a.m.
The 5K race starts at
8:45 a.m.
Cost for the 5K race is
$20 prior to March 3, and
$25 the day of the race,
while it is $10 for the 1-
mile walk/run.
All proceeds benefit
the Special Olympics.

5K Race
There will-be a 5K run
at Torreya State Park in
Bristol on March 13
from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m.
Proceeds from the race
go to buying vaccina-
tions to give to the needy.

Sneads Project
The Sneads Project
Graduation Committee
will hold a 5K run/walk
and a 1-mile Fun Run on
March 20 at Sneads Park
from 7:25 a.m. to 10:25
All proceeds will go to
Sneads Project
Graduation to keep sen-
iors safe on graduation

Youth Wrestling
Team Dynamic Youth
Wrestling Club (ages 5-
18) practice is 6 p.m.
Tuesday and Thursday
nights in the old
Marianna High School
wrestling room.
Come to practice and,
sign up. For more infor-
mation, call coach Ron
Thoreson at 272-0280.

Big Bend Baseball
The Big Bend Baseball
League of Florida will
franchise two additional
teams for the 2010 base-
ball season.
The Chipley Bruins
and the Destin Dawgs
will join the Bay County
Brewers and the Jackson
County Jays to make up
the western division of
the league.
The eastern division
will consist of the
Chattahoochee Red
Birds, Liberty County
Diamond Dawgs, Gulf
County Drive, and the
Calhoun County

League play is sched-
uled to begin March 13-
14, with all first round
scheduled games to be
played in Chipley, as the
Big Bend Baseball
League Kick-off Classic.

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


Continued From Page 1B

defense, calling it the best The Pirates picked a.
effort -in the field he has good time to get on track,
seen all season, and Guerra said the non-
But it was the pitching of district schedule was
John Beauchamp that drew designed- to toughen the
the loudest praise. team up for the games that
"The biggest part of the matter most.
game was the pitching," "My schedule the first*
Guerra said. part of the season is a tough
"John Beauchamp one," the coach said. "But
pitched very well. He did- if you play bigger schools,
n't walk many guys, he hopefully it helps you for
struck out quite a few, and district."
he was around the plate a Guerra said that it has
lot. He just really pitched. It been nice seeing his team
was a very exciting game playing as he had hoped
for a pitcher. He really did heading into the year.
good." "The last two games
After stumbling out of have been fun for the
the gate with three hum- guys," the coach said.
bling losses to start the "They're going out and get-
year, thae Pirates have ting confidence, playing
rebounded with two lop- together, and seeing what
sided wins to start the dis- we can do as a team."
trict season. The Pirates were sched-
Sneads got off the snide uled. to take on the
on Friday against Vemon, Graceville Tigers, on
beating the Yellowjackets Tuesday.night in Graceville
6-5 in 8 innings, in another district game.

Continued From Page 1B
for Cottondale, which an 11-1 advantage.
remains winless on the sea- Marianna added five
son. more in the fourth inning
The Lady Hornets actual- for the final margin.
ly scored first, with a lead- Marianna was scheduled
off walk to Valerie .to take on league foe
D'Ambrosio, a stolen-base, Arnold on Tuesday night,
an error, and a passed ball but rain pushed the game to
leading to a Cottondale run. today in Panama City.
Marianna came back' The Lady Bulldogs finish
with a run in the first, then the week on the road for.
two more in the second to another district game
take a 3-1 lead.. against Pensacola Catholic.
The Lady Bulldogs blew Cottondale will play host
the. game open in the third to Bay on Friday at 4 p.m.,
inning with eight runs for and 6 p.m.

Continued From Page 1B

.and advanced to third on a
sacrifice fly to centerfield.
Following a strikeout, a
single scored one with
another single going for nil
as the inning ended with
both runners left on base.
Bainbridge added their
final run in the top of the
seventh inning.

With one out, the No. 3
batter .singled and scored
after another single and an
error. A strikeout ended the
inning and. the game.
Marianna will next host
Port St. Joe on Friday with
junior varsity action slated
for 4 p.m:, followed by var-
sity at 6 p.m.

March 5
0 p.m.

V March 5
0 p.m.

Save Lives. Give Blood.

Milton H. Johnson Health Center
Chipola College

March 3-6


Hillborough vs.
Broward V .
Wednesday, March 3 8:00 p.m

Northwest Florida vs.
Central Florida
Wednesday, March 3 6:00 p.m

Indian River vs.
/ Tallahassee
Wednesday, March 3 3:00 p.m

SDaytona vs.
St. Petersburg
Wednesday, March 3 1:00 p.m


Gulf Coastvs.
Thursday, March 4 6:00 p.m.


Palm Beach vs.
SCentral Florida
Thursday, March 4 8:00 p.m.

Indian River vs.
Thursday, March 4 3:00 p.m.'

Santa Ke vs. 3:00 p.m.
Tallahassee I
Thursday,. March 4 1:00 p.m.

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[ -nc m* ]IA- Is alx Honda '07 CRF80 KEYWEST 17'6" Jike Monoco Knight '06,
3,2 .1H all eir. D.rbL i.b 100 lhrs. new, suzuki mtr 115 29 ft. Fleetwood 1997, Save $25K or more.
Water sewer garb 1 0006 ,\ 12 enrci.:,-d hp 4 stroke, gos trol- fully self contained, Desel, 4 slides, 4300
lawncare r, cl55 tr ti.r $1500 rnew v ling mtr, cd/fm/am new bed, slide out& mi, many upgrades
13vvpcare Bin mrI- r^ 127 ie eiiMs.lid
+dep. 850 .592 ,4-625 rnd. 85i447 2859 $16,000. 334-347-1887 canopy, great condi- $159,700. 8 0-86&
Free Pets Poliy Honda TR 300 EX or 334-449-0162 tion. $8,700. 334-797. 2774
Free PetsMi.r BPoic M; *,:':,mplI: *u f.o n 3 1272
Your pet deserves a to Apartments- n Parks TVs ,h os f 5th Wheel, 06 36ft. Fran 5Heritage Phaeton, 0740ft.4
CeieteyL ng, aing home. An ad Unfurnished r.- l r MontegoBay,4 40'w/l in eitasli de-outs, -15lKmi.
for a free pet .may draw Rent to Own 2 & 3BR L.E.D. i2000. O.B.O. slides & Dodge Ram awnings, 2BR, garden 35CAT diesel
2 Plots in Garden of response from individuals MH's. Lotntincl. 3.i05 0816i. 07 3500 Diesel tub with shower Allison 6sp.7.5 diesel
Valor $1k/ea & 3 wlowillsellyouranlmalfor 1/1 private, walking MH's. Lot rent i tub with shower, gen/
spaces in Mozuleum, research or breeding pur- distance to Chipola For details 850-557- POLARIS Ranger dualy T p age WD oticemaker, W/D in
$51/ea Pine Crest poseso. Please screen re. $325/mo, $300 dep. 3432/850-814-6515. & Reese Hitch extra's. $20K. 334-
$5k/ea Pine Crest poses. Please screen re- $325/mo, $300 dep. 3432/850-814-6515 50. .-1. Sailboat '76Catalia Asking $74,300. 347-4626/333-0309 motion satellite dish,
Memorial Garden. spondents carefully when 850-557-0893/526- in- eld. fiber- 30', 2 cyl. Yarmar die- 334-655-1100. 347-4626/333-0309. rear & side cameras,
850-482-8196 giving an animal away. 1120 realestate l. --ii, roof. winch, a/t sel eng., Very low hrs JAYCO '08 5th wheel Home theater sys.
S2BR/1BA,-apt., in ilal9 mu.d snow tires less than 250. Roller 35'. Exc. condition. Leather euro recliner,
\reSie Sale "251 h.:,ur, used on furling, bimin, head, 2 alides AC's reci;n desk, King bed,
S towns $450. mo. 850- farm orlvy, runs per- micro, fridge. Good er. Payu iff4 5.000. Brake-Buddy for tow
n idBees&Fish 573-0598 for more in- le, t. 56.500., 334-775- cond. Docked @ Snug 334791Il6844 car. Garage stored.
FOUND: Med. sz F fo. 08 Arctic Cat UTV 3,3 7 334 695-0139 Harbor slip B-6. 334- KEYSTONE 07 Many other options.
dog, long multi-color quail for Sale FREE month rent Prowler 700 EF, 4X4, 673-0330. $15,000. KEYSTONE0 $160,000.
hair, near Murphy & flight condition on 2BR 1tBA in nice warn winch, other | Boats C-Ca o5 whC2nes.ur' 334-797-3617.
Providence Church Ready for hunting neighborhood. extras, only 70 mL Carriage Cameo '05 2 d s. ur-

50528 0WILLOWBEND HM o r ae er70maitrollin t 1 mtr, Hum- $36,500 334-714-4001 '08,28 ft 5th wheel 1 bath. Loaded!
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Need T pne APARTMENTS 3/2 Brick Home Low hours. Ver bid 55, TC w, Si rat, 8d 50f O M mny era. le3r. furnishings (dishes
ks INSTALLED? ( AKC German 850-593-5137 Have 1892 SF NewRoof good cond. 334 791 33 8-0010 Center Console boat 1 $2
Please call TC Smith. Shepard puppies 1&2R Apts. Rt Sing Carport 8191 4000 0BO 29 2a a r w 8.6
850-592-8260 r$300 334 59 3857 starting at $481 Storag bldg 22ft SeaRay, motor & trailer, 95 593.56;l5 334-790-3480.
Sor 334-333-6546 Equal Housing X-Lg Lot Dothan, 5 4$300 O No Motor! 225HP Johnson Mtr, o E D 5,931 u rnel. rCE
k Lodst O AC R sre T Dn AL 334-796-9566 4x4 Polaris Mossy 256-365-0328 Dual Axle Tr. w/ lulhn s 14 Tn'0asAMoto
e a R.e r.T 8gfOa k camo editionM brakeswh., rduns se n' w it Hoe \ T 24f wmslideot
eek-a-poo near Dec 28th 2009 $325 Houses Unfurnished Automatic. w thumb 20ft. 290 HP Runs & Great cond. $6,850. COACHMEN 500ntin faster. 7293 miles 4KW Onaned
fersoin REW PARD 346705 Greatn t c $29 336.5', washer/dryer, $35,000 334-687-9663
y eaodhite. 1 0 dPex i G Fairway. 2 car G o d $200..00 Mercruicer engine Wellcraft 88' 23 ft. 6500 Onon Gen5Mori Homes/RVs.
Ridgepuppies, 0s0 $/ mo d e4 00r ren scee porch,-0 Caravelle '07b21.5 Johnson outboard. Hitch $750 250-951 Tioga Arrow 27ft
Jave iTA i old. 850693les $20736 details 850- 209-875 9 w/B7K RM Mon ery Bowrider. 45 hours. $4500. in electronth ics. 3923 otor osme r him, to
726-5708 RodKENNEL CLUB Quality homes for .FT.$139,000 Merrier (334 79350 MPI Sale $8,500. 334- Autoair,cyl,$75k
enaRidge, Good Manners rent 850- 526-3355 803/2GONZALE $27900 KX8 tuned reallyboard tower260 hp. 350Bimini 299005 COUGAR Gulfstream05 Camper long 2700miep, Ta$60k ow brakes & steer-
CKC reg. Jack, Russlly "Property Mgm. rent Ws Low as $9K fast $1300 33438912 S nap in carpet and Trailer w/1 slide, over payments.80- ng A/C AM/FM
BILOUXI BOUND PupBasic, &Confirmation our ONLY Bus-99-2464 you moveess" 334-790-7676 x20 2816 covers. A ton of ac334-470-8454 Campers/Travel loaded REDUCED 593-5103 runs wellto ow mes

r ome-Hwy90E Lt-creae minum Bass Boat 40 Cherokee Trailer'06 SL Slees 8 Fleetwd. Bdr 07' 3- Conquest 0529
$35/person w/$50 Excellent quality. 3/1 Brick home, 8mi Brad 8507637780 Manufactured Call for all of the 28'x- L, sleeps 8, Like CN't, o sid, loaded CH/A sleeps 8, lots of ex-
back in FREE PLAY Clean environment. E of Malone, $575/mo Homes for low hours, loaded, new. $16,000.CHM334- fbp, wk. horse, 8.1 tras, K mi take
Pickup @ 7:30am @ Parents on site. W/S. + $500 dep. 850-569- tion 70 O 4-6Nw nclse God onition, sis 8.19e G en.,

Rs W AR 2 334- 4 ComFass Lk in Hills 2a like new, $7,900. 334- 347-1887 or 334-449 Like new. $20,500 gas, 5,900 mi. $100k over payments 334-
23Sub D (334)300-1122. Cargo Trailer will sell leepslot, bor- 3 Bedroo, 2 ath 714-5860 0162 22k m., n334-406-4555 OBO 334-898-1201 798-4462 Warrantysk, 7kw
FAVNResFevppies 3/1 home for rent in GRAND RM TVmbers ne COBRA 14'boat.45 foranRor 334-790-7918 A/C, auto leveling, R RVs/Campers
GranUd rsrempupis,,mmOrRAm400boat.G45.foManoRVTrve
TOURS BY PAT mixed breed, 4mos Mariann. Call for W/FREPLACE, K Bedroome Mariner trolling tr. Tra 5th wheel/ cam. Roadmaster Wanted

GUN SHOW m e&bRwimi0 tsee poolh,5:Hk2C-K$33.90
S 7 old. 850-693-0736 details 850-209-871 5009 w/BAR, UTIL50-32 RM, tow/brake system,
el ti e S. ALABAMA Austin Tyler &Assoc APPROX. 2210 Dtn, A CROWN LINE '07, 210 p8ayfferizen. 8R Unlimi ted, 41kumi, .
KENNELCLUB Quality home0fo /aQFT$139,000 (334) 93-70 Bowriderw/wakeAutonairo6scy
Good Manneas. W e 1850- 526-3355 803 GONZALES at The Courtyard fenc ernnel used only once $100 CARPET 85th 1/2X41/2 DRIVE ONLYep, $0k25 Craft kwithoits & Notions
Obedience, Rally "Property Mgnt is (LAVER HILLS), (87)69-8 1 2 300hp, like now, Wheel, 4 slideouts, 0eep, both in great
|Classes, Starts sl is currt aopi aP tionsfor a gte $200 850- OBO 850-594-1024 $7(850)592-2507 f. (8503)592250-2810 each 850-526-
Cluter Necklace March 2nd, 2010, $45 Nearly New 2 BRwa Full Time Chaplain to offer spiritual Fisher 07' 1600 Au- receiver & BRINKMAN SMOKER- Girls pageandress, 34206

d 0 new a il\ 8-5 th n-e ional2appr h w/ $35850-569-2194 (850)592-2507 0086wt miof roc /es
forsw/5 6skiel weeks Homaly 3/ Bie-B Hwminum Bass Boat 40 Cherokee Trailer '06 38B-DSL, Sleeps 8, reetwd. Bdr 07' 3- Conquest 05' 29h
CashFrm 334-598-9463, /2 DW $600 /mo & Degep ree n Theology, Mercury 4 stroke, 28' L,850-482-5874 A la for sale: sd, loaded CH/A sleehoes$30 Boys 850 lots of -272-8967
334-790-48 299-3315, or 334-714- 850-526-8367 n or related field and/or ordained by a local hours, loaded, $15/doz. D discount for cardboard cigar box. shoes $15, both sze 2 11K mi take
Bahia seed for sale no ministrynization. Minimum of two 6ft Ficus trees $ 37,00. 334- 347-1887sales. Call Paul es $10 (850)592-2507 850-526-0086. $ k over payments 334BROILER/
Si a2 H $45n8 8 M8a. lotibor 32446. Edr FW8, for 714-5860 0162 85 334-406-4555 OBO 334-898-120,1 798 I4462 Warranty
be re-szed can be or 334-7753423 v message R b 7 2414pon -both 8R0-526-3426 HP PRINTERS & FAX- XMAS $10 (850)592-
OURS BTs ,boats, cabins, DOUBLE WIDE

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0 GUN SHOW &4mioe-il REPORTER 2n 6 34 & /ray5- $33,900alike

ne t ng Mi $e me tp Jackson County ,lorn, The Amy Flier is currently A T r n5raw- 05Table saw, nice $25

for 27Sale cm. 850-258- Ready tures frthe weekly newspap wher. (850)592-2507 Ashis.ey en porcelain collection New lighted ceiling tofa
Sawyer's Produce Previous newspaper experience and 40" El, Rang 0io Dark Carlyle panel 1 850-526-3426 fan w/wooden pan- "-482-7719
eBFeoodriychTires Weha Fresh $375 + dep 850 5 8 F-509-8817, ) 900 ( V payer,, 6 x -

IE WProduce and 4622/209-1664/573- 12X12 Chain link Aerator,(fertilizer) BERBER REMNANT- GATEWAY HARD Quiltin Fabric, Knits,
Frozen Peas We 185 1 Signature HeathCARE at The Courtyard fence dog kennel used only once $100 CARPET 8 /2X4 1/2 DRIVE ONLY $25 Craft kts & Notions
SKT Diamond PENDABLE NEWSPAPER Louise Thcurrently accepting applications for w/gate, $200400 850-594-024 $7 (850)592-2507 (850)592-2507 $1 each 850-526-

RAINBOW Cleanin w at er/ nurturing in an inter faid-South Market Group, LT OAK FINISH $50 B p. cassette player used 3 TIMES $202 ueen sz bed850-526- Quilting Fabric, lots &850-482-3469
SytemsSE use sewer/garb/lawncar with a non-denominational approach. Slush Mats w/logo,cab Full sz sheet set w/ 9.99850482-4770 ending dress

Pld.e &C400.ra nie ato rO N526-0086s"(9$850)443-3346 850-482-7888 $50850-526-2414 $50 850-209-6723
Kay's askn $800 ob requirements include a Bachelors set of 4, like new, $40

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Cash / Firm-2p m 3/2 W $400/mo & Degree in Theology, Divinity, Counseling 850-482-5874 Amyrilla for sale: CIGAR BOXES- 7
334-790-4892 Bhia seed f or4 sale 2/2 SW $375, both in or related field and/or ordained by a local bk Ds n fr careoas ca box-25,os8 r ie
exc 3erminaton Malone, CH/A no ministry organization. Minimumoftwo (2) 6f Ficus trees $30 b ae. iCa t Pu e 0 () 52 -5 S

be re-szed, can be or 334AM753423 1594 to v messageM Synd cated Content 7802
set or dinner ring. e re2 Pioneer 12's al- Carlyle Panel Draw- OR Make offer $25 (850)592-2507
hhold itemsh 1/4 kt channel Looking for friendly, energetic, detail

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bands on each oriented self motivated team p r WahWah ped like $10& UP (850)592-
S 6Corner, lighted curio new, $850-482- 2507
side. P.o& P i Is. 2 TheAI i currently 2 STEP FOLDING- Ashle Furniture- cabinet, $75 850-593- 4057
new at Kays asking Mail resume to: Jackson C county Florian
,othhe, Am F i L $ d original sg- Mow e cot
serious inq. only Reporter Craft Books, $3e/ea. A e Furniture- kidssz 8-12 $0 WRAPPING b
334-790-4892 5'p 850-526-3426 Cary Panel Q Bed. 850-526-'2414 PAPER- FULL ROLL $35 850-526-3426
Sawyer's Produc e 2B in Alford CThe Army Flier, is currently looking for 3 GAL REDWOOD DrkECeLleTU Cord. Eb White $12 (850)592- fbd
Miscellaneous a full-time reporter to write stories and STAIN- $ EA $300 (850)209-7780 Doll buggy, antique 2507 Twin cottage e
for Salem features for the weekly newspaper. (850)592-2507 Ashley Queen Bed- porcelain collection New lighted ceiling ch
C O U in Previous newspaper experience and 4$10 850-526-3426 500850-482-7719
P$0nwiacol denreeminatiounalsrora cond.h$150. 850-579- Excellent Condition els $25 00 850-52-
LIKE NEW! MagnJvixo$25s850-4OMEGA VEGETABLE shelves, solid wood,
Size 305/65 R17 FLO RIDA Nn40' Frigidare range 5Auio ruse: I93S5702 JUiCER $300 NEW s$40eafrom.72-896
334-790n489 2/2eW$75,both o lyated wwfmel d an/orordaienedrby a lcalom5/ d850-594-1024 fitsnmost cars $75 FOLDING LAWN $50,UtCe(850)592-850-272-8967
wheenn.o8M o(g. 850-569-2194 CHAIR- BLUE $ 2507HIBBING Various size bird
of 3/4t y 5gal ricages $20-$50 850-
1.5 K4TDisontievy 5Bgs of girium (850)592-2507 Queen sofabed, floral 482-3469
1s,000o.0 L00KING FOR MATURE, Or mail your resume to: wi/pump & lid $20 othes 5/6$ dea ae str y
DEPENDABLENEWSPA PER58alouis aN.8 R trim2$400850-592- footboard sleeps good $200 Various sZ fish
3261 w/matching dresser, 850-592-3261 aquariums, $15-$30
RAyts CleaEning CARRIERS Media General Mid-South Market Group, LT OAK FINISH $50 $75 8s0-593-5702 Queen sz bed set, 850-482-3469
usedO.B19,dditan L 60 (850)592-2507 Canyonure ec $39.99 850-482-4770 Wedding dress,
sale 334-794-5766 526-0086 850443-3346 850-482-7888 50850-526-2414 $ 50 850-209-6723
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asporta lron f Sl i forSale \ Automobilesl
2003 YZ125, bought HD '97 Fatbo Pew- "" Bushhog .W.' field Ford'O2 F150 XLT,
BMW 95 5301, fully new in 2005, $2000; t._r EI;.: I, rd. r--,, et.:r eit. Corvair for parts red, 4WD, Triton
BM added 96Kil5301, f 2007 YZF250, great r ,r a,:j .-p. ,. .. S 0 1 Bu 3.4-. 1965-69 will haul off. V8/5.4L eng, 104,168
Shite, 9 let on- shape and well main- !.ilur ,:06,nI -I .". or I 14.47- 334-678-6990 mi.,Super Crew Cab,
white excellent con- tainted. $4000. Buy C da jl ..434 opd tires, tool box,
334 7033784 both for $5000. 13,500334-894-1212
dit3eeker on 03 308hfr$5006 0 FORD TW '- Tra.:tor (Trucks-Heavy Duty or 334-494-2823
334-701-1836 mi. blak $11,500 speed Asking $4800, $14a Chevy '09 HH LTrow insect Truck is fuly loaded 128K, $13,800, quad
T Cadillac'94 334-445-3652or256- contHarley Davidson da United . r silver leather heated89/334-790-4857 conide applicator 5692840 334-899-0099
Exc condo, leather Mazda 5, 07'Gran26 Touring RS FLHXI Scooter maroon, 08.80mpg, 1000 mi.s cultivate bor sold sp. 2008 F-250 Ford cab, Lariat,leather
odheeds, $12, 90. Touring, exc cond re Street Glide, 96 Cubic 0seatsal0 pwr4atcd 2 c t v Lariat Exc. Cond. seats, power, 7.3
seats 2,900. 4drbeige mt.r' 3.A w/mp3, 17" H polish 334-701-1836 13,176 Mi. $36,000 Diesil, new tires,
fulmainin. warr. 48K inch, V-Twin, six.-I ed alum. whls. 19K
wk 334- 693-3980836 mcharcoal/black$11500 speed, Asking $4800, $14 500334793- Gandy4rowinsect Truck is fully loadended cab. Good $14,000
es Cadiac94 rtible, 334-445-3652 or 256- contact: Honda Ri United 4189/334-790-4857 e applicator 850-569-2840 334-899-0099
MUST4 a6 CFleetwood Broug- 452-8026 or Scooter maroon, '08. 80mpg, 1000 mi.'s 418/34-90i85 deappl or 850-5692840 4899-009
03 American Star 36' ham. Top.cond., fully Mercedes '04 Benz 205-449-6639. 4-stroke, 249cc, 70 $3000. mfw 445-6302 Chevy Trailblazer 08' w/ouhemboxes Ford 03' V-8

Bdrms large water, 334 garage ke693-3980 pt Hd.tpcharcoal/black miles. red, exc. paint 205-310-5662 'r rE INCOME 4 EVROLET WT,. e -e- ,
sewer & gas tanks, age' endedd cab. Good $14,000 334-494-0460
quad batteries. CHEVROLET '08 interior. 59K miles. r .. u,-;,, r,d j"cond., $9,500. OBO or 334-393-6479
$20,000 00b Corvette convertible, $17,000.334-806-7190 i;,,,u :Fd, 44 6 -- JFord Expedition 400-5184
(850)579-5183 Black, loaded, exc. Mercedes 97'SL500 I.:t ii.. n ,t-'. : .... Black % ,p -r r Ar
cond., garage kept Hd. top conv. 54K mi. FSu- ,:1."-.7 1e.r P2 he,4 Lir,- INCOME CHEVROLET '
$55,000.334-692-5624 leatherint. Winecol- e Jurr.:,iLT Yamaha vm. 3 15-07 OPPORTUNITY ,3,
a Chevrolet '93 Cap- or 334-693-3980 :r ,:,:,,:,r,.r ,a rn.. -,,-a n GIn, MC J.'0mT- STAINLESS -. '3 :: I
r..:. :.. Mercedes 98' SLK230, ........ ... cl a, onl. .20 STEAL.DINER maI l trn
mile m .etr.a.:irn. leather, Hd. top, Con- "tr rc-,l i.- 19", ,,.'d,. n, .l ':' : .,'_ ,n i262 9 STYLE R ,,,2 ,,n. L ike s .
ri$'tirei.'S40i. vert. Supercharged, 4 334. 4.2521334 4. .c .. kis, btar, asktorTom CONCESSION ,r::.ndr- .cbla e.t- Ford F r, r5i.-el.
_334. _'2..0 ;i1_ cyl. Cd, 89K mi. 2773 after 5 P.M. Honda 05 guard. cover & trickle TRAILER ri)r. Diia )* iter :r" .
^ y i Chevy i.- ,-Jr $9,500. 334-898-1201 HARLEY Davidson '01 VTX1300R/S Beauti- chger, $6,200. 334- Hummer '06 H3, 41k INCLUDES 4WD.6 1:;.006- *,2~.'6h.622:h2,
PChevy 01, L. ,'. Mercury '01 Villager, Road Kin Police ful Candy Black Cher- 333-5854 or email miles, moon roof, GRIDDLE, HOT & ,3341726.1219
CREAT ,AS I.IL, E, oreat family y 1van, 16,500 mies. White, ry, over $2000 in ac- leather seats, satilite COLD TRAYS. For, 0 ,F '50 '.LT
III, E C AR LOW $300 down, $199/mo. clean & shop kept. cessories. 8k miles, radio, blue exterior. BOILING TRAYS rcr, 44 5 L.
.r.irJ' Low miles, Leather, $11,000. 334-774-3663 asking $5700 BUY M E! $22,495 OBO.798-9695 TRIPLE SINK li. e 1;ra blue
2006 Bad B-:, Ruly.. ,ir,.., l'9o.r T,:.. loaded Call Steve Harley Davidson '02 Honda '06 CTX 1300 Jeep '04 Wrangler, 39.0. 89-2810 v, le. :J ..r. 144K
all electric, in Great Call 334-791-8243 Ask Hatcher 334-791- Heritage Classic, lots Cruiser Like New YAMAHA '06 trailrated, less than 334M3892816 mi. p..r. .C,. Il4.5. u
Condition. Finished in for Steve Hatcher 8243. of chrome, 16K miles, 4200 Mi. $6600 OBO Roadstar 1700cc, 27K miles, hard & i. .... -l 714 6999
Realtree Hardwoods. chevy05 Monte Car- Mitsubishi *02 Lancer $13,000.OBO. 334- 334-806-1322 Black,soft tops, AM/FM CD, Lilliston,. hpel .- FORD *'7 F5, lSup.r
Full windshield, 2 gunA hevy '05 Monte Car- Mitsubishi '02 Lancer $13,000,0B0. 334- Black, Motorcycle tilt, and cruise. r.- -elr r .s.:-FDuly S C r
racks, winch, front ICust. paint Char. 4dr, at, new tires & 588-2409/798-9478 Honda 06' Rebel Solid 5000 miles. Vance 334-693-9009 $1000. 3334; -283 Chevy 04 5.lera, Dutyv r
basket, roof basket Gray Many Cust. opt. brakes, fully loaded, Harley Davidson 02' white winshield & Hines Exhaust Sys ,or ?34-447-257? 3500, 1 Ton, Sharpe, ALT, 2W,00 18K33688miles,
and battery charger. Fr End Damage $4800 mar., 100K, $3,800. Heritage Softail saddle bags 2600 mi. tem. 4 helmets and1 Z Duramax, 6.6L, DuallyTn, 3332695-00688
(334)585-9488 OBO 334-475-6267 neg., 334-984-2044 Springer like new, to $3000. OBO 334-886- gel cushion. One Massey f.-rgu.:.n 241) Tow Pkg/power 8606,334-695-0688
or 475-0084 Nissan '05 Altima, 2.5 many ext. to list 3326 334-714-1110 4o(,n0 r:r" l e'-.:- trailing mirrors, crew FORD '77, F100, 350,
Chevy 1969 Camaro S,5 speeEd, 32k ml 4,600 m. $12,000 Howner, garage kept. 00. 80 3 -4 cab, ext. bed. loaded, V8, long wheel base,
Z28 coupe orange like new,REDUCED 334-235-2995 HONDA '06 Shadow, Like new, $8000L 3226_ExI., gas mileage, auto, ps/pb., runs &
ext. black int.manual $11,900 850-482-2994 Harley Davidson 05' Candy Apple Red, 2.8 334- 618-5833. Super Cond., looks good. $2,500.
ll4;pee'~ $,')'."J) Nissan '06 Altima, FLHTCl Electra glide $5,300 229-334-8520, *- sleep 0 nr n r .
2 l.; m -unroof, power doors classic 9,000 mi. 334-355-1202 K L6cylsdTpdC FORD 1r F
ed,,.. nn,.m .window AM/FN,,I black, loaded, 334-Khaki cir. Soft-Tp,FAC -,.FORD Fiee'
red ,ih re m.-. 5.12,000. 334-791-3081 Harley Davidson 07' red/blk flames $4000. whlsMopar mpr &d. .0.
la t era r Nissan '07 Altima Ultra Classic 12,000 726-1434/677-5489 Yamaha'07VStar 1ownr-3rdcar. New''I Tra1 355404
^ ^ E fr 2.5SL, Black,34,200 mi. Pearl white, load- ---
... ,) .. mil., bose stereo, a4d, great price ld-HONDA '98 Valkyrie 1300 Tour, fuel inject- LOW MILES -.37300 ue.,1 ne :,,r ,J' ,' r nno
FORD 150 4Wt CHRYSLER 06 3u0 moon roof, spoiler, $15,000. firm 612-396- Tourer all original, ed, cover & helmet, 334-803-6882 $1935Gv ,asking $1600 r' t C vr'.:..- rl '"'r, .
34836 CH8 SLER9 ak $8uO moon ro of,1 sk1-g $ 0 ^, h ,vr1- I.
Black Ext. Black Signature Series, va- leather int. very 9898 or 334-673-3837 low miles, runs great cruise control, load- 850-569-2262 as, i .id6;..r. ;.rr p.
nt.,mud tires, nia navigation lik .:1.r,. Li .:. asking $6,500 OBO ed, 5K., LiRe newly JEEP 1987 Wrangler CaI 2262 ,r-r, r" '-
chrome package, new asking pay-oUe 51.,, ,''" ..-'. 334-693-5454- $6,990.334-714-4001 4x4,ac, ps,/ac, at, Vans -h O,, r-!
Lariat Package, bed $ 334-470-8454 ` ';2 ,I -r new.engine/trans/. .Vans3
liner, chrome tool $1600334-470-8454 4 Kawasaki '08 Vulcan YAMAHA'08 V-star tires, hard toVp. 792- Frd3 NF 100, New
box, One owners, N ...S ..- 900 custom, 2400 250, Burgundy, 8018/792-8827. $6500. 1978Chey Step Van CHEVY '66, custom AC, P.S., paint,
no repairs done, NIlSSAN a.M. marhiles, windshield, Low miles! Like new! does not run, $500. V8, ps/b,swb, auto, bedliner & carb.94
94k miles. u ,re. :h .r ,, saddlebags, red. Re- Asking $2,695., rdE ,-0.-: 061u , run .- o aks goodr Eng. 6cyl. exc. cond
$15,500 rea co,'d twon. duced to $5500. 334- 334-693-5454-- 'i 1""7 ed. ,:Ime work. $4,000. OBO 983-4941
334)681-0612 $17,500. or OBO HARLEY DAVIDSON 692-3337 or 796-5421 chevy 03 Atr,, 3-5454 2. 5. 334 735-5404 .334-726-5253 '081200 Sportsterd'v y CScooyAers/M;r:peds. r. L$ ..3__ A735-5 404 .
Javelin -'99c19' Rene- Corvette81 Nissan 08 Altima Custom, 108 miles, r .r. CHEVY delux 10
r.c re'r ,|. r,2d8. CHEVY '9. dilux 10r pea
gade F/S bimini Automatic 350 UNDER WARRANTY, warranty, Like new. Co :,,-,d P L0 v. o il stripes.
LIKE NEW! $200 down $8,700, 334-702-4778. '9,:,_ u._,_.N JEEP 7, CJ" 04 345'60 er 6pm t 5E Cu gs
topcover,'exckcond, (Silver) sell as is $269 per mo. Call Ron Li H.,'Our.-. 14 iles,'3.s r .imanv
garage kept 175hp $6000. OB Ellis 334-714-0028 Harley Davidson'08 Like r.,,. l ai 64k Miles, 3 spd man- Chrysler '95 Voyager, Chevy '91 Cherokee engine, new tires, all
9500 334-726-5909 Electra Glide Classic, Mut -e, 20 ual trans.,new tires, V6, auto, seats 8, pickup, lift gate equipment included,
334-774-1915 Nissan '08 Sentra. 4000 miles, 1 year .. wiring, bumper, radio power, am/fm cass $1500 850-352-4724 excellent running
Fisher 17l .1 ,:rc, 4DP .-s -. warranty left. Kawasaki ,' 2 L 4 speakers, console. new tires, NOW condition.$10,500.
l.lercur, 4-i tr. Uil,- r.,-,.;~ -." T,,:, i" ll $17,000. 334-618-4430 Monster energy edi- Sport Utility Vehicles) $6499.N 334-796-0097 1 80 .92 3?4-803-5072 or 334-
lo,3,3 gra-e rQ. t.e R-.r, Ell.i, .14 .-, Harley Davidson '08 tionpipes, power Nissan0 1 ,.'.ur 0- : 2. 331'537'
S- r ,n rr Pontiac Lw Rider, less than flow air filter,low Chevy '03 Tahoed nd., i Ir Ford 8 E.,cln. SonoCma G.1C
u;,rIu ,)11 3 .9.<.T", MUi T SELL'i: `00 3K mi. black, warran- mils $3rd.Seat, good condo v", :,:, ,:,, e ter. 1: .r Ford 84 E,:, :,n,:,r,9"^ Extended Cab 4.3V6
.7 [4 3.L415.3 ,::.-..n $24'- pFr ,,th ty, perfect cond. 3miles9. 700$11,000. OBO334685 ..[ 2 ,, rI EngneAurmat,
"3 -Ford i4Cr,.-7.-.-rv --R*-**El: many xtras. $13,500 334 1852. 3921 or334-795 8411 P'.. "11 .?'r 4 power brake, .at
F or d L L ,', ,', ,i ,-,, ; 1 '1 8 5 0 5 2 6 2 7 9 0 3 1. ..73.7r ,81dj C .lear ,
L L.,Ii..- 5, 850-526-2790 Red Kawasaki 09' Chevy'04 Tahoe, .. om15 .
m&h._ ri, :i.Ne 0 e ig ae 8NISSAN 'fit: P thordd-o geim 100 l' ,ii .792 ." ii
Jra;m.,dr, ,---3-A PONTIAC 1965 Harley Davidson '87 Ninja Like New 250R LS, Beige, 83000 ,1-, Ext cab .360 Mar
.r(... 5 .-,' ". ." 3 TempesL4door FXR Superglide, Cus- w/i acket 3,500. mi. miles,PW, PL, "unJ; .. D num .arrii h. IIf
S. '-' T with 324 engine. tom paint, ots of $3,995. 334-692-3211 Radio/CD, tinted r,., le.. ,j u,- .r S-1u rr n.
OFFROAD PACKAGE, Ford 05' Mustang V-6 Runs great! Good chrome, $9500 850- LeaveMess wdws, running bds, 4.2.i n [19.000 A Cun ,bergi tt ns
condition. $3000., 260-1666.$14,0005._850"718",.''" ,,d._2;t-i,,
BEEN OFF ROAD OR -.*7 H ri,- : 6 GREAT .:ONDTON Nissan 0- Rou, t. Ford 9 n r r i bumpers
Fr :,.: .. 3 .r,,r,.r. miles. loaded white. Van selling for parts snap tread
SEEN MUD. SUPER Ford ,T', Hart Toley yotar Yamaha-. 01Paia Mi, n Sir- o r $500. 334-691- A on tread

STEREO,REAR LOCK- in Short Sh..r, c.r, m Mazda Tru Tractor, 4 wd with ow mileage, $3,250 miles, m annual, new
N* D riFF oW t o 3 edow tn $250 pe9r m.;.,r, rims Lots of extras!
PACKAGE. ALSO ON -n $21- c li. Ala"_,` ..I"
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miles, WHITE exteri-4M nitd %,. 1 S fV P 9 e Trailers-Tractors"' Voyager, 4 new tires, 9h
or, GREY interior, email A/AAS,.. ,.-Iea g towing package, new -i t
4WD, $22,985 Fordoi To-r. u.. barley Sp -trc Yamaha-01 r p, owr s e -
(3 3 4 )26 8-3 9 00 39 1' r S -Ir e. w r,,z $ 8 5 0 tG nJ'r p o w e r s gm v n ( I I t h e
(334)268-3900 30R e9i r .i ,gh 'rE Oran, 2lt E L1999 254AG-MASTER pump, very clean, Ford '00 Ranger, I 1O
hagardiMarex '.. .i &H;r:,ShrtShor, ",,',-r,' rrli. Mazda, rl ,,Jntl Tractor, 4wdwith owmileag,$3,250 miles, manual, new Casli s
S Aviation H ',.34, l R.: :i,, Bu1.',0, r D. .r.. :ir.r_..'. i..1 ci 6lB -..0 . :,,r,, Yni two implements. OBO 334-687-9845or tires. $4400 OBO. Ciassifieds!
".'_, '' TOYOTA '9 'nar.- '4 "$.;,9. 6,4.S03 i-I334;'.1: ,Iii700,"0 :3 i' 2.'c15 $2000.334-522-6709 334-355-1118 334-693-0685
1946 Sport Pilots d ord .5 1- Tur-. run- 10K 1i. .r r.
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hangard in6 Ma-F. ex 0. 334-2 Y5aoo, mos4 .oao
condo. $20008 O 05o 69r 34-8r.- Self I
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,if m ,irr onr., i 1r.9s(:0. -
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FOD Mac Honda 064 Ci.ceGray P solar/moon roof aio e
$14,00.34-9 4 Honda' 6CS.iGr etc. 334-899- Floorng e Mn a: k e g M ia S J 1 r vices Offered
199g Bckrpare, 4dr a/c, sp, power. InstrumentRepair

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1995 Buick Lasabre, 73,500 mi., Good gas Volkswagen '06 Bee- Installation R
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age 23,560 miles; $9, 900. 334-243-4166 miles, 40MPG, load For General** M r
$7000. OBO i ed.$16,000. 334-897- Musie/Band Self t or age
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FORD ',)ts c, K Sitrd. r W naiW tral **7 Kit I nDemolitionGrout Available If interested emall n i
Red, great cond 47K 96 Elantra 1974 Chevrolet Debris Removal Sales & Installation Free SHELBY contact info to LD GUNS!
m oCamaro LT 350 V8 Retention Pnd a Put over 30ycs. Estimates 850-2996838 Jomesmcgrath2@ (850) 2-2701
system $10,5000 0 Trans. work with 4sp, factory ac, re-n
334-695-3550 r VD Ster. syst. $850 storation project, Grading Experience to I gmqil com
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$4,800 OBO 229- 334-P', i 4 Top Soil Fill Dirt Afer Hours WIlkend
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matic, sunroof, good $17,900 850-814-0155 and ake secure online payments.
gas mileage. 80k m. Lincoln Town Car '91 c. r
$13,900 334-685-6233 V8 motor, mint cond.,
Honda '03 Accord EX, burgundy, 39,390.
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Number of inside spaces needed('30 each) Number of outside spaces needed('25 each)
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Please charge my credit card NOT TO BE SOLD BY VENDOR: firearms,
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