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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Weekly[ FORMER 1934-<1955>]
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
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State may cut all library funding

Madison Willis plays with one of the dancing leprechauns made during the craft section of the after
school Storytime atthe Jackson County public Library Tuesday. - Mark Skinner / Floridan

The Florida Library
Association warns that appropri-
ations committees in the Florida
House and Senate have "adopted
positions eliminating all funding
for Florida's State Aid' to Public
Libraries program."
However, according to Rep.
Marti Coley, R-Marianna, that's
not entirely true anymore.
As ,of Tuesday, the House
Transportation and Economic
Development Committee slipped
in a roughly $500,000 "place-
holder amount" to keep' funding
alive, at least for now.
Coley said the add-on will help
keep library funding on the table
at conference- level, where the
House and Senate iron out com-
promises as they merge their
budget proposals.
Rep. Coley acknowledges that
$500,000 is a far cry from last
year's appropriation, but says the
figure could go up or down in the
compromise stage.,
Last year, legislators funded
library aid at $21.2 million.
Coley said she's prepared to
fight for library funding, but
she'll be doing so on a difficult
With a mandate to balance the
budget in the face of revenue
reductions, the state must be
committed to live' within its
Last year's library funding was
also at risk, and was saved at a
reduced level, in the last hour
using tag and fee increases.'

Coley said that didn't sit :well
with constituents, and she doesn't
see that as a viable funding
source this year.
Money could be found in other
pockets, however, although she
wasn't prepared to hazard a guess
as to where it might come from.
"I know how important state
aid is to the rural counties,"
Coley said. "We have to work
with what we've got, but I'm
hopeful that we'll be able to
reach a compromise. We've got a
very challenging road ahead of us
because the revenue shortfall is
very real.
"The approach we've taken is
looking at the budget, line by
line, to determine what is essen-
tial to the core missions in each
segment of the budget. It's the
responsible way to fund the
needs, and hopefully we can find
a way to make it happen."
The Jackson County library
system depends on state, aid to
fund a little less than one third of
its budget, according to interim
Library Director Alan Barber.
He fears a reduction in services
will be inevitable if the county
doesn't get an amount compara-
ble to last year's state appropria-
tion, or if the county doesn't pick
up the slack.
Last year, the county library
system got $171,966 in state aid,
a hefty chunk of its total budget
of $582,072, Barber said.
"If the library loses that fund-
ing, either library services will be
sharply reduced or the county.
See LIBRARY, Page 7A.>



Amarion Amhaad
Williams Williams



for other

Five years ago today, Lavon
Baker lost his daughter
Danielle Baker, as well as his
three young grandsons,
Ahmaad, who was nearly
three, Amarion, 1, and Aaron,
three weeks old.
They were
found dead at
Apartments in
Marianna on
Wesley Baker had
Williams been shot to
Williams death. The
boys were suffocated with the
duct tape used to bind them.
Wesley Williams, Baker's
former boyfriend and father of
the two oldest boys, was con-
victed last year of the murders
and is serving a life term in
His trial lawyer, Assistant
Public Defender Walter Smith,
has filed a notice of appeal in
the case. The 1st District Court
of Appeals in Tallahassee has
See SUSPECTS, Page 7A >

More fundraisers for student with cancer

rMarianna's popular lunch, stop, Zaxby's,
was packed Tuesday with customers, wishing
to provide Brandi Purvis - a local college
student suffering from a rare form of cancer
- a portion of the proceeds from their
favorite Zaxby's meal.
Donna Chandler of Chipola College organ-
ized a fundraiser in cooperation with local
restaurants for Purvis, after reading Purvis'
story in an Floridani article published Jan. 10.
"After seeing the article about Brandi, all I
thought was, there's got to be something I can
do," Chandler said. "I knew I wanted to help
this girl in any way I could. So I started doing
my research."
Chandler said she did not know Purvis per-
sonally, nor had she ever heard her story prior
to reading about her. She just a saw a need for
an extra hand, so she did her best to lend one.
From open to close Tuesday, Zaxby's col-
lected receipts from willing customers and
put them in a jar. Purvis is to receive 10 per-
cent of the total profits from all receipts col-
Chandler began organizing this fundraiser
with Zaxby's Manager Claire Demersseman
last month, and set Tuepday as the big day.
"Claire was so helpful and so willing to
join in this effort, I really appreciate every-
thing she's done and I hope the fundraiser is
successful," Chandler said.
The effort seemed to be a big success,
Demersseman reported Tuesday. The lunch
rush in particular brought a huge crowd, she
"Both jars are already full and it's only
12:30," Demersseman said. "I'm going to
See CANCER, Page 7A >

Brenna Kneiss adds her receipt to the donation jar at Zaxby's Tuesday during a fundrais-
er for Brandi Purvis. - Mark Skinner / Floridan

Chipola RC Aviators flyover the weekend
The Chipola RC Aviators will
host its annual "Warbirds Over
The Panhandle" fly-in this week-
The Friday and Saturday event
cranks up at 9 a.m. each day and
closes around 4:30 p.m.
Organizers advise it will be a
family-friendly event with free
admission, and concessions for
sale throughout the day. They
suggest observers bring lawn
chairs and settle in for a day of
The large scale planes, with a
minimum wingspan of 80 inches, r, i k A . 'A
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See FLYOVER, Page 7A >

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R/C Aviators fly in. - MarokPSkinner./ Floridan

Trial date set

in case of


Chipley baby
The mother and babysitter of
a baby reported missing on
Halloween last year in Chipley
are tentatively set for trial in
May. i ,
Susan Elizabeth Baker and
Crystina Lynn Mercer were
charged Nov. 5, 2009, in con-
nection with the disappearance
See BABY, Page 7A >

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4204 Lafayette St. * Marianna, FL.
(850) 4823-05 Service Manager Body Shop Manager Parts Manager


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Publisher - Valeria Roberts
Managing Editor - Michael Becker
Circulation Manager - Dena Oberski

Contact Us
Telephone: (850) 526-3614
FAX: (850) 482-4478
Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 520, Marianna, FL 3244.7
Street Address:
4403 Constitution Lane
Marianna, FL 32446
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Floridan (USPS 271-840) is pub-
lished Tuesday through Friday and .
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postage paidaf Mariannia, Fla.
Home .delivery: $11.23 per
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damages arising out of errors and
advertisements beyond the amount
paid for the space actually occupied
by that- portion of,.the' advertise-
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-
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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-
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Getting it

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

March 17 - Wednesday
* Jackson County Habitat for Humanity
Warehouse is open Wednesdays, 9 a.m. to 3
I * 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 conference 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 appointment, call 693-
* 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
Tefunds, bring a personal check (with routing
information). Call 718:2368.
* The One-StopJ: Center Employability
Workshop, "Budgeting," is 10-11 a.m. each
Wednesday in March. No cost for individuals,
interested in updating or:acquiring additional
skills. Contact the One-Stop Center, 718-0326,
to enroll. . .
* Jackson County Adult Education School
- Advisory Council meets at 1 p.m. in the Gazebo
'-Restaurant'in downtown Marianna., - ,
* Jackson County .School District Pre-K
Registration is March 1-19 (8:30-11 a.m.
Monday-Friday; and 12-2 p.m. Wednesday
afternoon). at the Early Childhood Programs
Office, 2950 Cherokee St. in Marianna, in front.
of Riverside Elementary School. For documen-
tation requirements, call 482-1266, ext. 224.
*' Alcoholics Anonymous open meeting -
Wednesdays, 12-1 p.m. at the First United
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna, in the AA room.

March 18 - Thursday'
* Sneads Elementary School Strawberry Sale
is today. Strawberries, fresh from Plant City,
are $1,4 a flat., Orders must be pre-paid. Cash
only, no checks. Call 482-9003.
* Jackson County School District Pre-K
Registration is March 15-19 (8:30-11 a.m.
Monday-Friday; and 12-2 p.m. Wednesday
afternoon) at the Early Childhood Programs
Office, 2950 Cherokee St. in Marianna, in front
of Riverside Elementary School. For documen-

station requirements, call 482-1266, ext. 224. "
* St. -Anne Thrift Shop, 3009 Fifth St.- in
Marianna, is having a $2 Bag Sale (clothing
.only), March 9, 11, .16 'and 18, Tuesday and,
Thursday, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Call 482-3734.
* The Chipola Regional ' Workforce
Development, Board convenes an Executive
Committee meeting, at which all persons are
invited to participate, 11 the CRWDB
Community Room, 4636 Highway 90,
Marianna. Call 718-0456, ext. 101.
* Jackson Hospital Board of Trustees has a
Building and Grounds Committee meeting at
noon in the hospital'boardroom.
* 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 conference room of the
Jackson County Agricultural office,' 2741-
Pennsylvania Ave. in Marianna, 4:30-7:30 p.m.
Services continue Thursday evenings through
April 15. For an appointment, call 693-0873.
i. * Jackson County SWAT meets at 3:30 p.m.
in the Marianna High School Media Center,
3546 Caverns Road. Members and local'youth
interested in membership are asked to. attend.
A Tobacco Free Partnership of Jackson County
meeting follows at 4:30 p.m. All local partner-
ship members or those interested in becoming
a partner are asked to attend. For more, call
Adrian Abner at the Jackson County Health
' Department, 526-2412, ext. 188.
* The Breast Cancer Support Group meets at
5 p.m. in the ground floor classroom of
Jackson -Hospital, 4250 Hospital Drive,
Marianna. Open to anyone who has or had
breast cancer or breast health issues. No cost.
Call 718-2661.
* Jackson County NAACP meets at 5:30 p.m.
the third Thursday of the month, at 2880
Orange St. (behind Bryant Enterprises). Call
482-3766 or 569-1294.
* Ard American Cancer Society Relay for Life
Committee Sign-up Meeting starts at 6 p.m. in
the Circle Grill, Graceville. Call 814-44,1-5095
or 209-3359.
* East Jackson County Relay-for-Life meets
at the West Florida Electric office in Sneads at
6 p.m.
* Chipola Artist Series presents violinist
Sarah Geller, 7:30 p.m. in the college theater.
Call 718-2301; e-mail
* The BCF College Singers and combination

band present."'Guys and Glams," a concert fea-'
turing popular music from guy groups and girl
groups from the '50s and '60s, March 18-19 .at
7, p.m. in The -Baptist College .of Florida
Assembly Center. A limited number of tickets,
$10 each; are available in the BCF Business
office. Call 800-328-2660, .ext. 427.
* AA closed- discussion - 8-9 p.m. at First
United Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna, in AA room.'Attendance limited to
persons with a desire to stop drinking.

March 19 - Friday
* Habilitative Services of North Florida's yard
sale begins 7 a.m. at 2902 Madison St.,
Marianna, featuring office/home furnishings,
clothes, -books, children's items and
sewing/craft items. Call 482-5391.
* Project Graduation strawberries will be
delivered today. Extra flats, $15 each, available
at St. Luke's Episcopal Church in Marianna. Call
* Jackson County School District Pre-K
Registration is March 15-19 (8:30-11 a.m.
Monday-Friday; and 12-2 p.m. Wednesday
afternoon) at the Early Childhood Programs
Office, 2950:Cherokee St. in Marianna, in front
of Riverside Elementary School. For documen-
tation requirements, call 482-1266, ext. 224.
* The One-Stop Center Employabi!ity
Workshops; "Employ Florida" (10-11 a.m.) and
"Resume Skills," (3:15-4:15 p.m.) are offered
each Friday in March. No cost for individuals
interested in updating or acquiring additional
skills. Contact the One-Stop Center, 718-0326,
to enroll.
* 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
6 p.m.; meeting at 7 p.m. Child care available.
Call 209-7856, 573-1131.
* The BCF College Singers and combination
band present "Guys and Glams," a concert fea-
turing popular music from guy groups and girl
groups froni the '50s and '60s, March 18-19 at
7 p.m. in The Baptist College of.Florida
Assembly Center. A limited number of tickets,
$10 each, are available in the BCF Business
office. Call 800-328-2660, ext. 427.,
* AA open meeting - 8-9 p.m. at First United.
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna, in the AA room.

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The Marianna Police
Department listed the fol-
lowing incidents for March
15, the latest available
report: three
accidents - ' -. -
without '" -
injury, one
suspicious sC l ME
vehicle, one *
suspicious person, one
funeral escort, one high-
way obstruction, one phys-
ical disturbance, one verbal
disturbance, one brush fire,
one burglar alarm, one
panic alarm, seven traffic
stops, one larceny com-
plaint, one criminal mis-
chief complaint, one tres-
passing complaint, one
noise disturbance, one ani-

mal complaint, one assist
of Another agency, one
property damage report,
four public service calls
and one harassment com-
plaint. .

The Jackson County
Sheriff's Office listed the
following incidents for
March 15, the latest avail-
able report: one dead per-
son, one missing juvenile,
one stolen vehicle, two sus-
picious vehicles, one suspi-
cious incident, two suspi-
cious persons, one funeral
escort, one mental illness,
two burglaries of a vehicle,
one physical disturbance,
one verbal disturbance, one

prowler, 16 medical calls,
one burglar alarm, one
shooting in the area, 10
traffic, stops, two criminal
mischief complaints, four
papers served, one civil
dispute, one littering com-
plaint, one animal com-
plaint, one fraud, one assist
of a motorist, one child
abuse, four public service
calls and one transport.

The following people
were booked into the coun-
ty jail during the latest
reporting periods:
- George Robinson, 20,
291 Sokouski Road,
Panama City, aggravated

assault with a deadly
- London Nix, 33, 4437
Basswood Road,
Greenwood, driving while
license suspended or
- Munford Gonzalez, 49,
115710 East Walerside
Circle, Weston, driving
while license suspended or
- Antonio Green, 32,
3541 Snelling Lane,
Marianna, D.U.I.
- Judy McClellan, 38,
6933 Illinois St., Grand
Ridge,. violation of court
- Demitius Blount, 20.
2153 Morris Road,
Cottondale, violation of
conditional release.

- Norris Wynn, 32, P.O.
Box 197, Cottondale, hold
for court.
- Larry Jeter. 31, 2674
Choctaw Trail, Marianna,
driving while license sus-
pended or revoked (habitu-
- Evan Hernandez, 24,
S13521 Thorpe St.,
Fountain, improper exhibi-
tion of a firearm.
- James Cuenin, 74,
6167 Pluto Trail,
Marianna, forgery.
To report a crime, call
CrimeStoppers at 526-
To report a wildlife vio-
lation, call 1-888-404-
FWCC (3922).

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RIVER READINGS Reading Flood Stage
Woodruff 39.14 ft. 66.0 ft.
Blountstown .056 ft. 15.0 ft.
Marianna 4.68 ft. 19.0 ft.
Caryville .97 ft. 12.0 ft.

Community Calendar


'Spring Farm Day' at Dothan's Landmark Park

Landmark *Park will offer visi-
tors a glimpse into what rural life
was like a century ago during the
27th annual Spring Farm Day on
Saturday, March 20, from 10 a.m.
to 4 p.m. Spring Farm Day is pre-
sented by CenturyLink..
The day's activities will
include demonstrations of old-
fashioned skills and crafts, like
plowing with mules and horses,
shearing sheep, blacksmithing,
and more. Volunteers dressed in
1890s attire will invite visitors to
the historic dwellings to observe
the household pursuits of times
They will quilt, sew by hand
and with a treadle-powered
sewing machine, cook on a wood
stove and on the open hearth,
wash clothes and make soap,
demonstrate home crafts and
games, and relate their own
memories of farm life. Other
activities include music', a quilt
display and children's activities.

A crowd favorite will be the
24th annual Old-Time Fiddlers'
Convention, sponsored by
Perry's Music. Contestants will
compete in four age categories,
and acoustical musicians can
gather in the Fiddlers' Corner for
jam sessions during the day.
The fourth annual Alabama
State Horse and Mule Plowing
Contest, sponsored by SunSouth
and Southern States, will serve as
Alabama's official plowing com-
petition. Plowers will be judged
in a variety of areas, including
depth of furrow, straightness of
furrow and cleanliness of side-
Other sponsors for Spring
Farm Day include The Radio
People, Houston County Farmers
Federation and ServisFirst Bank.
The event is co-hosted by
Alabama Cooperative Extension
The park's Martin Drug Store
and Shelley General Store will be

open for business, providing visi-
tors with treats from the operat-
ing soda fountain or old-fash-
ioned items typical of a country
store. Concessions will be avail-
able during the day.
Admission is $8 for adults, $6
for senior citizens, $4 for chil-
dren, and free for children ages 3
and under. Park members are
admitted free.
Landmark Park, home of the
Alabama Agricultural Museum,
is a 132-acre historical and natu-
ral science park located on U.S.
Highway 431 North in Dothan,
Ala. For more information, con-
tact the park at 334-794-3452.

Baby chicks and other farm
animals will be at Landmark
Park's Spring Farm Day on
March 20.
Jonathan Wozny gets to meet
a recently hatched baby chick.
- Contributed photo

FSU scholarship opportunities

.Seminole Boosters
The Panhandle Seminole Club of
Jackson County has awarded more
than $24,000 in scholarships over the
last six years to students from this area.
This year, the club will award up to
four $1,000 scholarships to students
who have been accepted to any Florida
State University campus, and who will
be enrolled as full-time students. for the
fall semester of 2010. Applicants must
be a. U.S. citizen and have graduated
from a Jackson County High School.
Criteria used to screen applicants will
include academics, extracurricular and
work activities, a written essay and let-
ters of recommendation from non-fam-
ily members. Interested students
should mail a letter of interest to
Scholarship Committee, Panhandle
Seminole Club, P.O. Box 645,
Marianna, FL 32447, or call 482-5526.

Awards for criminology,
criminal justice
Two 'donors, the Baker and Glass
families, have endowed two scholar-
ships in the FSU School of
Criminology and Criminal Justice.
Preference is given to students from
Jackson County and the scholarship
amounts vary, but are usually around
$1,000 each year.
Additional information and an appli-
cation may be obtained from the
School of Criminology Web site,
www; Click on
"Academic Programs," then
"Fellowships, Assistanceships &
Scholarships," or call 850-644-7365.
Legacy scholarships
The Florida State University
Alumni Association Legacy
Scholarship program was established
in 2009 to encourage the children of
the university's alumni to attend their

parents' alma mater and carry on the
legacy of Florida State within their
family. Awards are made to entering
freshman. Legacy scholarships are
funded by the Alumni Association
and the contributions of its members.
Awards offered are two $1,000
awards for in-state students, and two
$2,000 awards for out-of-state stu-
Awards are limited to incoming
freshman and the student must have at
least one parent, grandparent, sibling
or stepparent. who is a graduate -
undergraduate, graduate, Ph.D. or
J.D. - of Florida State University
and a current dues-paying member of
the Alumni Association (if not cur-
rently a member, they can join online
To'be considered for the scholar-
ship award, applicants must submit an
online application to fsualum@alum- by March 31.

Quilters' Guild
March Block
of the Month

The Jackson County
Quilters' Guild meets
every Tuesday evening,
5:30 to 8 p.m. in the First
United Methodist
Church Youth Hall on
Clinton Street in
Marianna, for its weekly
"Sit-n-Sew." -Quilters
.come to these sessions to
receive assistance with
current program assign-
ments, work on guild
projects or just to, grab a
snack and enjoy the com-
The guild's regular
business meeting is the
fourth Tuesday of each
month, where the
emphasis is on sharing
and having fun.

Members show off com-
pleted projects, 'share
their current Block of the
Month, enter to win one
of several door' prizes
and have an opportunity
to participate in a Round
Robin, Challenge Quilt
and Quilt Bingo.
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on guild membership, or
the pattern for the current
Block of the Month, con-
tact Linda Edwards at
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Karen Spears Zacharias,
author of "Will Jesus Buy
Me a Double-Wide?
('Cause I Need More
Room for My Plasma TV),"
visited the campus of
Chipola College, March 1,
for a book signing. The
author led a discussion on
"God and money." She is
pictured, right, with
Chipola student Alicia
Killings. Zacharias'
Chipola appearance coin-
cided with the release of
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Patrick's Da
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Year of Celebration'

The Boy Scouts of America have
created a strong foundation of
leadership, service and community
for millions of youth worldwide.
This foundation has greatly
strengthened over the last 100
years and will be demonstrated
during a year of celebration called
"A Year of Celebration, A Century
of Making a Difference."
Scouts are encouraged to earn
ribbons that will be placed on their
2010 100th Anniversary
Commemorative Patch in recogni-
tion of making a difference in their
The ribbons represent the five
core values of Scouting:
Leadership, character, community
service, achievement and the out-
Once a Scout has completed the
national requirements, the ribbons
are awarded in honor of their dedi-
cation to Scouting, its core values
and their commitment to make a
difference in their-communities.
The Scouts of Pack 170 have
earned their Community Service
ribbons by their hard work in the
They participated in the local
food drive, planted 100 trees for a
beautification project, removed
trash from a local boat ramp area
and discussed community leaders
and leadership.
This is an honor for these
Scouts. This is a one-time program
only to occur during 2010, for the
100 anniversary celebration.

Bear Scouts
Gio, left,
and Jahn
wear their
Ribbons. -

Wolf Scouts
include, left
to right,
Long, and


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These Community Service
Ribbons were awarded to the
Cub Scouts of Pack 170 in
Marianna. The ribbons pre.
attached to the 100th anniver-
sary. celebration patch. Pack
170 Scouts earned this very spe-
cial honor because of their hard
work and service to the commu-
nity. - Contributed photo

Webelos pose
for a picture
after being
awarded the
Ribbons for
their hard
work and
service to
their commu-
nity. Shown
are, left to
right, Hunter
Hutton, Nick
Walker, Calen
Sims, Chase
Elkins, and

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Feelings associated
with caring for an
individual with
Alzheimer's can be
Covenant Hospice
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Alzheimer's support
group for caregivers at
its Marianna branch
office, located at 4440
Lafayette St. in the old
Danley ' Building
across from the court-
The support group
meets from 1 to 2 p.m.
on the first Thursday
of every month, giving
participants a chance
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education for family
and loved ones that
have been affected by
someone with
Alzheimer's disease.
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be on Thursday, April
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required, and light
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Cub Scouts in Pack 170
met for their weekly den
meetings on March 12, at the
Presbyterian. Church in
Marianna. Webelos, Bears
and Wolves were involved in
a variety of different projects.
Planned activities made
learning fun and helped
Scouts work toward complet-
ing requirements for badges
and belt loops. Webelos con-
tinued their engineering study
unit, constructing working
catapults. Using a plastic pen-
cil basket, two pencils, two
rubber bands, a toothpick and
a plastic spoon, each Scout
constructed a marshmallow-
throwing catapult. Scouts
learned that catapults were
once war machines used to
throw huge rocks over castle
walls. Today, there is a type
of catapult used to launch
planes from aircraft carriers.
Bear Scouts worked on mak-
ing battery-powered AM/FM
radios. Scouts read and fol-
lowed the step-by-step

Webelos with their working catapults include, left to right, Liam McDonald, Nick
Walker, Chase Elkins, Calen Sims, and Hunter Hutton. - Contributed photo

instructions in their kits to
complete the project.
Meanwhile, the youngest
group, Wolf Scouts, worked
hard to provide nourishment
for the hungry group. Wolf
Scouts Josh Savalty, Sean
Gaffaney and Isaiah Long
prepared and served hot dogs
and chips for everyone. For
'info about Scouting, e-mail, or
call Mary Ann Hutton at 209-

Wolf Scouts Joshua
Savalty, Sean Gaffaney,
and Isaiah Long prepare
and serve hot dogs, a
group favorite. -
Contributed photo

Jahn Sanchez and Gio
display the radio kits they
used in constructing their
radios. - Contributed


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St. Patrick's Day - a day which is com-
monly celebrated with green attire, plenty
of beer and depictions of shamrocks and
mischievous leprechauns - is actually an
Irish religious feast day celebrated on the
anniversary of St. Patrick's death.
According to a St. Patrick's Day archive
provided by the History Channel, St.
Patrick was the patron saint of Ireland, and
is one of Christianity's most widely known
Many of the stories traditionally associ-
ated with St. Patrick, including the account
of his banishing all the snakes from
Ireland, lre false, according to historians.
These legends are believed to be products
of hundreds of years of exaggerated story-
The following is an account of the histo-
ry behind St. Patrick's Day and how it
came to be what it is today. The informa-
tion was collected from the History
Channel's St. Patrick's Day archive and
confirmed from various encyclopedia
entries on Ireland and Catholicism.
Near the end of the Fourth century, St.
Patrick was born in Britain to wealthy par-
ents. At the age of 16, he was taken pris-
oner by a group of Irish raiders who
attacked his familyfs estate. He remained a
shepherd slave in Ireland for six years.
Patrick did, however, escape. According
to his writings, a voice - which he
believed to be God's'- spoke to him in a
dream, telling him to flee Ireland.
Patrick crossed nearly 200 miles from
County Mayo, where it is believed he was
held, to the Irish coast. When. Patrick
made it to Britain, he reported in his writ-.
ings that he experienced a second revela-
tion - an angel told him to return to


Jackson County Floridan * Wednesday, March 17, 2010 " 7A

holy day to holiday

Rose Howell of Chipola Book and Tea,
speaks of her Irish ancestry and tradi-
tions from her childhood.- Mark
Skinner / Floridan
Ireland as a missionary.
It is reported that Patrick then began
religious training, a course of study that
lasted more than 15 years. After his ordi-
nation as a priest, he was sent to Ireland,
with a dual mission - to minister to
Christians already living in Ireland and to
begin to convert the Irish - what St.
Patrick became famous for.
St. Patrick built schools and monasteries
along the coast of Ireland, and also super-
imposed the sun, a powerful Irish symbol,
onto the Christian cross to create what is
now called a Celtic cross. It is believed by
historians he did this so the symbol would
seem more natural to the Irish people.
Some of the myths associated with St.
Patrick - driving, the' snakes out of
Ireland and using a shamrock to illustrate
the Trinity - may or may not be true,

according to historians.
The History Channel reports St. Patrick
did not actually drive any snakes out of
Ireland. There never were any snakes in
Ireland to begin with. This story was prob-
ably a metaphor for the eradication of
paganism from Ireland and the triumph of
Within. 200 years of Patrick's arrival,
Ireland was completely Christian, with
most practices of paganism wiped out.
St. Patrick's Day is celebrated every
March 17, and has been observed by the
'Irish as a religious holiday for more than a
thousand years.
On St. Patrick's Day, which also falls
during the Christian season of Lent, Irish
families would traditionally attend church
in the morning and celebrate in the after-
noon. During Lent, - the Feast' of St.
Patrick was traditionally the only time the
people were allowed to "cheat" by eating
meat and drinking-beer. The day was con-
sidered a day of pardon and the people
were allowed to have a pint or two in cel-
This custom proved to be a hit; it even"
made it across the Atlantic.
This almost universal excuse to drink,
However, was not always so. Up until the
1970s, Ireland still pushed for the focus of
this holiday to be' strictly religious. Irish
laws even mandated that pubs be closed on
that day.
But beginning in 1995, the-Irish govern-
ment began a national campaign to use St.
Patrick's Day as an opportunity 'to drive
tourism. Today, the St. Patrick's Festival in
Dublin is one of the biggest celebrations in
Ireland and had close to a million partici-
pants last year.
Although Ireland did eventually begin to
benefit from their own holiday, the United
States was actually, the .first to begin thq

celebration as it is known today.
The first St. Patrick's Day parade took
place in the United States on March 17,
1762. Today, more than 100 St. Patrick's
Day parades are held across the United
States, with New York City and Boston
being home to two of the world's largest.
Another tradition which picked up in the
United States was the "feast" or meal asso-
ciated with the Feast of St: Patrick. Irish-
American families gathered on this day for
the. traditional meal of corned beef and
cabbage. Though cabbage is a traditional
Irish food, corned beef only began to be
associated with St. Patrick's Day at the
turn of the century.
Irish immigrants living on New York
City's lower East Side substituted corned
beef for their traditional dish of Irish
bacon to save money.
Rose Howell of Chipola Book and Tea,
who is also of Irish ancestry, says this is
the tradition she remembers most from her
childhood. It is also a tradition she still
practices today.
"I can remember having it every year
when I was growing up, the trick to mak-
ing it as good as possible, is getting the
perfect amount of pepper in there," Howell
Howell's maiden name, McGee, origi-
nated in County Donegal in northern
Ireland. Her great-grandfather was the first
of the McGees to cross the Atlantic.
Howell, being born into an Irish
Catholic household, said St. Patrick's Day
was always a big day for her family. She
remembers that every March 17, her moth-
er would dress her in green frdm head-to-
toe and even go as far as to, dye her hair
green, just for fun.
"I had a cool mom growing up. She was
a little strict, but on St. Patrick's Day she
let us be goofy," Howell said.


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James .E.

James E. Hamilton, 65, of
Marianna died Tuesday,
March 16, 2010, at his resi-
Arrangements will be an-
nounced later by James &'
Sikes Funeral Home Mad-
dox Chapel.
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Thomas Allen'

Thomas Allen Mathis, 89,
of Dellwood died Monday,
March 15, 2010, at Flowers
Hospital in Dothan, Ala.
Mr. Mathis was a long-
time member of the Wel-
come Assembly of God
Church in Dellwood.
He was preceded in
death by his parents, John
A. Mathis and Anna H.
Mathis; first wife, Erma G.
Mathis; second wife, Daisy
Mathis; his son, Thomas A.
Mathis Jr.; sisters, Ceil
Stoutamire, P. Eleanor
McDonald and Maybell
Hollingsworth; and two
brothers, John A. Mathis Jr.
and Cliston Mathis.
He is survived by his
wife, Jeannette Mathis;
daughter Betty Lahtinen;
one brother, Hoyle L. "Bus-
ter" Mathis and wife Myra,
of Sopchoppy; one sister-
in-law, Betty Jo Mathis of
Wiley, Ga.; a multitude of'
nieces and nephews; and
special dear fields. Tho-,
mas and Dianne Green;,'
and Norma and Roy Evers.
He was "Big Papa" to
granddaughters . Angel
Vonada, Anna Yawn, Joy
Kaphegian, Mindy
Brannock and Maria
Wasilko; grandson Larry
Bly Jr. of Orlando; and
great-granddaughter Sa-
mantha Yawn.
The funeral service will
be at lla.m. Wednesday, at
the Welcome Assembly of
God Church, with Dr. Tho-
mas Batts and Charles
Jackson officiating. Burial
will follow in Mathis Me-
morial Gardens near
Dellwood, with James &
Sikes Funeral Home Mad-
dox Chapel directing.
The family will receive
friends from 6 to 8 p.m.
Tuesday, March 16, at the
Welcome Assembly of God
Church. Those wishing
may make memorial con-
tributions to the Welcome
Assembly of God Church
Building Fund, 6784 Mess-
er Road, Grand Ridge, FL

Meanwhile, Lavon Baker waits
for full justice. He does not believe
Williams acted alone, and law
enforcement tends to agree..
Jackson County Sheriff Lou
Roberts, who led the murder inves-
tigation as Marianna police chief at
the time, said evidence at. trial
"strongly suggests there may have
been more ,than one person respon-
Baker hopes today's tragic
anniversary will compel someone
who knows more about the case to
speak up and lead authorities to
any other parties who were
"I just want people to know and
think about this, that there's one
.murderer still 4t large," Baker said.
"I would appreciate anyone pass-
ing along anything they might have
heard or know. Our family would

like to see this other person
brought to justice.
"I believe the state attorney's
office and law enforcement did a*
terrific job in getting Mr. Williams
convicted and behind bars where
he belongs, but we know there's
someone else still out there"
Roberts said the law enforce-
ment community is "glad to have
the case behind us and to give the
family some closure," but wel-
comes any new information that
could help them track down any-
one else who may have been
"Something like this not only
takes a toll on the family, it's trau-
matic for the entire community
anytime you're dealing with the
death of children," Roberts' said.
"The public, the law enforcement
officers who dealt with it, every-
one. I'm glad we could get it

Continued From Page 1A

resolved as far as Mr. Williams is
concerned, and we hope that some-
one in .the community that has
information on the others responsi-
ble will come forward, because
-that needs to be addressed."
Baker said Danielle Baker's only
surviving child, a daughter, is now
seven years old and, is doing well
in her home with other relatives.
She was two when her mother
and brothers were killed. She was
found unharmed inside the apart-
ment where their bodies were
Baker said she has not yet been
told how her family members died,
9nly, that they're, "in heaven,"
Baker said. He imagines it will be
a long time before she's old
enough to hear the whole story. In
the meantime, he said, he's keep-
ing close tabs on his granddaugh-

"She's doing great, advancing
well in school," Baker said. "She
reads really well, above level."
Although she doesn't live with
him,. Baker said 'his relationship
with her will continue throughout
his life.
For the past four years, Baker
had held a public ceremony at the
family graveyard where Danielle
and her sons are buried.
The. ritual was meant to draw
attention to the, 'case as law
enforcement continued working
toWard an arrest. Now that the man
Baker believes is ultimately
responsible for the deaths is behind
bars, Baker said he felt the time
had come to turn the ceremony into
a private affair.
But he holds out hope that some-
one out there knows something
that could lead police to whoever
else may have been involved.

Library Continued From Page 1A
will have to make up the shortfall," he said. * "It's tough to know what we would cut and "positive outcry" on behalf of library funding.
But Barber is confident that county commis- what we'would try to save," he said. - "We're encouraged by the House commit-
sioners will get involved at the state level, and The entire Panhandle stands to lose, he said, tee's action (putting $500,00 in the budget),
that their input would have an impact. if substantial state funding is not reinstated. because it looks to me like someone was, trying
In fact, county commission Chairman Jeremy "If that's gone, not only would it affect us, it to do a good thing, to make it so libraries could
Branch confirmed Tuesday he is making a trip would seriously impact our neighbors, like be considered as the prqcess moves farther
to the state capital this week to advocate for the Washington, Holmes and Calhoun. They're in a along," Parker said.
library funding issue. co-op with us, and they would be hurt even "We've talked to legislators who are trying to
Barber said he believes commissioners will worse," Barber said. find a way to make this happen. Some of.them
get "engaged in this issue because the elimina- Holmes County Library Director Susan are working as hard as they can to do the right
tion of state aid to public libraries will have Harris confirmed that would be trade, at least for thing, so we're trying to give them encourage-
such a severe impact on our county and other her. Half of the Hohnes County's library budg- ment to do that."
rural counties. When Florida legislators hear et comes from the state, she said. . He suggested that people contact the gover-
from other elected officials., it gets their atten- If that money were gone, jobs would have to nor's office and thpir legislative delegation. For
tion." be cut, she predicted. Harris is the only full- Jackson County, that's Coley, fellow House
Without some change in the budget proposal time employee, with eight part-timers on staff member Brad Drake, and Sen. Al Lawson.
as it stands now, Barber said services like the- now. She said she could have to slash that part He also suggested contacting Larry Gretul,
summer reading program, for children, book time staff down to one or two. speaker of the House, Jeff Atwater, Senate pres-
purchases and adult literacy programs could be Charlie Parker, legislative committee chair- ident, and legislators who have leadership posi-
seriously hurt, and staff cut backs would have to man for the Florida Library Association, said tions in the Transportation and Economic
be considered. the organization is asking the. public to mount a . Development committees.

Cancer Continued From Page 1A
need to go empty them and start will be announced in the Floridan's dental hygiene clinic to benefit the hours. There was also a table set up
again." community calendar, as the dates' Brandi Purvis Cancer Fund last for donations at the Main Street
Demersseman said the total and details become available. Saturday. The clinic, Smiles for .Marianna St. Patrick's 'Day
donated to Purvis won't be calculat- The Brandi Purvis Cancer Fund Brandi, raised $1,160 to put towards Celebration Saturday, which
ed for another week or so, after - started by. Robin Mount,, a close Purvis' medical bills and other asso- brought in another $70.
being verified through all the corpo- friend of Purvis - has seen a lot of ciated costs. The booth provided information
rate channels. Chandler plans on set- activity since January, with commu- Dr. Robert Payne, four hygienists about Purvis' rare form of cancer,
, ting up something similar with other nity members starting fundraisers and four assistants took part in the gastrointestinal stromal tumors or
� restaurants around town over the and donating all they could. benefit and were able to treat GIST, and flyers for Tuesday's
next month. All official fundraisers Payne and Payne Dentistry held a approximately 30 patients in four fundraiser at Zaxby's.

Flyover Continued From Page 1A
are coming from points all over Florida, as well in the mix. In addition, to the AT6, O'Daniel air, along with a DR1, a German World War I
as a few from southern Alabama and Georgia. will be flying a P51 World War II craft. That fighter. Many other models will be flying and
CRCA member Dale O'Daniel will be flying one, he said, "turned the tide in World War II" on display, as well.
a craft that is special to this region. He'll have for the allied troops. The Chipola RC Airpark is located in the
a scale-model AT6, a World War II trainer used It could climb and turn better, and fly higher, Marianna Industrial Park near the airport. Signs
at the old air base north of Marianna . faster and longer than what was already in the will be posted to help visitors find the park,
Most of the planes are from World War I and fleet. It provided protection for bombers, he O'Daniel said.
World War II days, O'Daniel said, although said. For more information, visit the club's Web
there is a Canadian Cessna 182 from the 1980s A WACO training bi-plane will also be in the site at

Baby Continued From Page 1A

of seven-month-old Shannon Lea
Dedrick. The baby's disappearance
sparked a multi-agency search in
the Chipley area.
Mercer reported the baby miss-
ing from the bedroom .of their
mobile home in Chipley. Shannon
was missing four days before being
found inside a cedar chest at the
home of Baker, the infant's baby
Police believe Mercer - the
baby's mother - agreed to hand
over Shannon to Baker on the night

of Oct. 30, and that the two then
conspired to concoct a story about
the baby's disappearance.
Mercer called 911 on Halloween
morning and reported her baby
"Yes, my little girl ... I woke up
this morning and my six-month-old
daughter is .. ugh .. my seven-
month-old daughter is missing. My
front door, it looks like it's been
jimmied open today," Mercer said
while speaking to the 911 dispatch-

The preliminary investigation led
officers to be suspicious of Mercer
and Baker almost immediately.
"Upon my arrival Ms. Mercer
was sitting on a rock outside the
residence smoking a cigarette. She
was not in an emotional state and
simply stated to me she could not
find her baby," officer John
Douglas Standland wrote in his ini-
tial incident report after driving to
the scene of the disappearance on
Saturday, Oct. 31, on Brown Street
in Chipley.

Baker and Mercer were charged
with several felonies and misde-
meanors, including interfering with
child custody, false report of a
crime, false report of a missing
child and contributing to the delin-
quency of a child.
Mercer was also charged with
child desertion. Baker also was
charged with neglect of a child with
aggravating circumstances.
A pre-trial hearing is set for both
defendants May 3 in Washington
County, with the trial set for May 4.

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Eagles even series

Chipola, TCC play-

rubber match today

at Chipola Field
The Tallahassee Eagles got a dominant
pitching performance from Kyle Fitzpatrick
Monday to take a 7-1 home victory over
Chipola, to even their series at a game each.
The teams, both now at 3-2 in Panhandle
Conference play, conclude their series today
at Chipola Field at 5 p.m.
Fitzpatrick went all nine innings for the
Eagles on Monday, limiting Chipola to just
three hits, while walking one ahd striking out
The Indians got their only run in the top of
the sixth inning when Andy Fermin had an
RBI single to score Josh Allen.'
Fermin had two of the three Chipola hits,
with Blake Newalu adding the other.
Indians coach Jeff Johnson said it was a
disappointing effort from his team offensive-
ly, but he credited the Eagles starter for a ter-
rific performance.
"Fitzpatrick threw well," the coach said. "I
don't want to take anything away from him,
but we didn't seem to .fight as hard as we
needed to fight. That has been an issue for a
while. We don't do it consistently."
It's the second time-the Indians have been
held to three hits in conference play.
Pensacola limited them to three in a 6-0
shutout in the league-opener.
* But Chipola responded in its next three
games with 26 runs on 38 hits.
Johnson said his .team's mentality at the
plate needed to be more consistent..
"Our approach is not very good, and'we're
not doing a very good job of having a plan
for what needs to get done," the coach said.
"We're also facing some pretty good pitch-
ing too.
"But the biggest thing is our concentration
level and focus, which we're lacking.
See,'SERIES, Page 2B -

Chipola's Joey Rapp makes a throw from third to first base during a game earlier this
season at Chipola Field. The Indians were defeated by the Tallahassee Eagles 7-1 on
Monday in Tallahassee to even the series, which concludes today at 5 p.m. in Marianna.
The Indians dropped to 3-2 in Panhandle Conference play with the loss, with TCC also
moving to 3-2 in league play. - Floridan File Pho Q

Bulldogs rebound with win over Coosa Valley


The ' Marianna Bulldogs
rebounded Monday night from a
6-0 loss against Bay on Saiturdac
with a 9-2 win over; Coosa
Valley High School at Chipola
"Marianna coach Andy Shelton
started junior Zack Smith on the
mound, with Coosa Valley,
coach Bobby Hughes countering
with senior southpaw Phillip
Neel. Eighth-grader Hayden
Hearst came on in relief of Neel
in the fifth inning before giving
way to senior Bud Bliss in the
sixth to close out the game.
The first 2 1/2 innings of play
were scoreless, with the Rebels
picking up the first run of the
game in the bottom of the third.
I With two outs, Will Bullen
and John Bullen drew back-to-
back walks, with Will Bullen
eventually scoring on a walk.
Marianna plated two runs in
the fourth inning. Colby
Johnson and Austin Branch led
off with walks and advanced a
base on a passed ball. Both,
scored when Clayte Rooks
reached on an error at second.
Rooks took third on a wild
pitch, and following a fly out by
Smith, scored on a sacrifice fly
to right field by Jaren

Alex Bigale drew a walk, but a
groundout to third by' Bradly
Middleton ended the inning.
Coosa Valley again missed
opportunities in the bottom of
the inning.,
With one out, Rick Ellison
doubled to left field. A walk to
Gage Homes was followed by
:Preston Parker taking one for the
team to load the bases. A heads
up play by Johnson at short dou-
bled up Bliss to end the inning
with the score 3-1 Bulldogs.
JVIarianna tacked on five runs
in the fifth inning. Dusfin,
O'Hearn got things going with a
double and took third on the
throw. Brandon Burch took one
for the team, and Johnson's
triple scored two for a 5-1
Marianna advantage.
Another run scored when
Branch reached on an error.
Rooks then joined the triple
parade to pick up an RBI. Smith
was hit by a pitch, with
Bannerman drawing a walk to
load the bases. A passed ball
scored Rooks., with Bigale draw-
ing a walk to load the bases.
Chris Godwin went down
swinging to end the inning.
A 'one-out single by Will
Bullen was the only offense for
Coosa Valley in the bottom of
the fifth. In the sixth inning,.
Burch led off with a walk, fol-
lowed by a fly out to second by

Marianna's Colby Johnson, right, slides into third base under the
tag of a Coosa Valley player during a game Monday night at
Chipola Field. The Bulldogs won the game 9-2. - Mark

Johnson. A double by Branch
scored Burch, with a dropped fly
ball in right field scoring Branch
and landing Rooks at third.
A flyout by Smith in right field
and a groundout by Bannerman
ended the inning.

Bannerman took the mound in
relief in the sixth inning:
Justin Floyd reached on an
error with one out, but
Bannerman sat the next two bat-
ters down swinging to get out of
the inning.

Chipley girls take 4-1 victory over Lady Pirates in rematch

Sneads pitcher Aleisha Edenfield gets ready to deliver a
pitch during a game earlier this season in Sneads. The Lady
Pirates traveled to Chipley on Monday night and lost to the
Lady Tigers 4-1 to fall to 8-3 on the season. - Floridan File


The Sneads Lady Pirates failed to
take a season sweep of Chipley
Monday night, dropping the
rematch to the Lady Tigers 4-1 in
Sneads won the first matchup
with Chipley 5-4 in the season
opener on Feb. 15 in Sneads.
In the rematch, the Lady Pirates
were simply unable to generate
enough offense against Chipley
starter Chelsea Carter, who pitched
a complete game for the victory.
"We .played well enough to win,
we just didn't hit good enough to
win," Sneads coach Kelvin Johnson
said. "We left a lot of girls o6nbase."
To be exact, the Lady Pirates left
11 runners stranded, including six
in the final two innings.
In both the sixth and seventh
innings, Sneads loaded the bases
with one out, only to fail to get a
run across in either situation.
"We just missed our opportuni-
ties," Johnson said. "We can't

"We can't blame anybody
but ourselves. Each girl
had a chance to drive in a
run at some point and
\ -Kelvin Johnson,
Sneads coach

blame it on anybody but ourselves.
Each girl had a chance to drive in a
run at some point and didn't. We
just didn't get it done with the
In the top of the sixth, Kayla
Kelly had a lead-off single for
Sneads. Kayla Rabon added a
bloop single to put two on with no
After Jolie Johnson was hit by a
Carter pitch with one out, the bases
were loaded for Bridgett Dawson.
But Carter struck out Dawson
and Londyn Chason to end the

In the seventh, a pair of walks to
Karissa Childs and Ashlen Wilson
gave the Lady Pirates two on with
no outs.
After a fly out by Aleisha
Edenfield, Kelly reached on a
Chipley error to load the bases
But Carter again worked out of
the jam, inducing a pop out by
Rabon, and a fly out by DeAnne
Berry to end the game.
"The whole game we thought we
were about to score some runs," the
Sneads coach said. "(Carter) was
not overpowering, but she did
enough to win.
"In the seventh, we had the girls
we wanted up, the ones we want at
bat with the game on the line. It just
didn't happen."
Chipley, however, took advan-
tage of nearly every opportunity,
plating four of its six baserunners
on the night.
Edenfield started in the circle for
Sneads and pitched well, giving up
three earned runs on three hits, and
two walks.


. Blountstown



Lady Indians

get split with

Middle Georgia

The Chipola Lady Indians split
a pair of road games with Middle
Georgia on Monday, winning the
first game 9-1 and losing the sec-
ond 4-3 in eight innings.
. Chipola, which opens its
Panhandle Conference season
today at 4 p.m. with a home dou-
bleheader against .Gulf Coast, is
now 28-9 on the season..
Thp Lady Indians dominated
the first game, out-hitting Middle
Georgia 11-3. Chipola got on the
board first in the second inning,
on an RBI single by Andrea
Sullivan to score Trish Bliss.
An inside-thle-park home run
by Michelle Hewett led off the
third inning to give the Lady
Indians a 3-0 lead. An RBI single
by Ariell van Hook and an RBI
double by Nikki Roddy gave
Chipola a three-run inning and a
five-run advantage.
Chipola added five runs in the
final 'three innings for insurance,
but Lady Indians 'starter Emma
Stevenson already had more than
she needed.
The freshman pitcher went all
seven innings and allowed just
one run on three hits, two walks,
and. seven strikeouts. 0
Hewett led the team with two
RBI, with Dana Cauthen,
Hannah Lovestrand, and Roddy
all collecting two hits each.
In the second game, Middle
Georgia rallied from a three-run
deficit to tie the game in the sixth
and win it in the eighth.
Chipola got a three-run home
run by van Hook in the first to go
up 3-0. But Middle Georgia tied
the game in the sixth with an RBI
single by Jorie Walker, and
Mallory Davis drove in Avery
Purser for the game'-winning run
off of Chipola reliever Liz

Liberty, Calhoun

off to fast starts

in Big Bend
The defending champions of
the Big Bend Baseball League of
Florida, the Liberty Diamond
Dawgs, and the Calhoun
Horsemen took the lead in the
Eastern division with wins in the
first weekend of play in Chipley.
Liberty defeated the
Chattahoochee Redbirds 22-12,
and Calhoun County beat the
Gulf County Drive 8-5.
Both teams are now 1-0 in
league play, with Redbirds and
the Drive now 0-1.
The Destin Dawgs defeated the
Jackson County Jays 7-1 over the
weekend, with the Washington
County Bruins topping the Bay
County Brewers 6-5. to take the
lead in the Western division.
The Jays and Brewers each fell
to 0-1 in the league standings.
The next round of games in the
Big Bend League will take place
on Sunday, with Calhoun County
taking on Chattahoochee, and
Liberty facing Gulf County.
Also in action will be the
Destin Dawgs, who will play the
Bay County Brewers, with the
Bruins of Washington County
playing the Jackson County Jays.

2B - Wednesday, March 17, 2010 * Jackson County Floridan

, High School Baseball
Thursday- Sneads at
Cottondale, 4 p.m., and 6
p.m.; Malone at FAMU,
5 p.m.; Graceville at
Bozeman, 4 p.m., and 6
Friday- South Walton
at Sneads, 4 p.m., and 6
p.m.; Aucilla Christian at
Malone, 5 p.m.;
Marianna at Arnold, 4
p.m., and 6 p.m.;
Cottondale at Altha, 4
p.m., and 6 p.m.;
Graceville at
Blountstown, 4 p.m., and
6 p.m.

High School Softball
Thursday- Sneads at
Graceville, 4 p.m., and 6
p.m.; Cottondale at
South Walton, 4 p.m.,
and 6 p.m.; Marianna at
Liberty County, 4:30
p.m., and 6:30 p.m.;
Malone at FAMU, 4 p.m.
Friday- Bozeman at
Sneads, 4 p.m., and 6
p.m.; Pensacola Catholic
at Marianna, 4 p.m., and
6 p.m.; Aucilla Christian
at Malone, 5 p.m.
Saturday- Graceville at

Chipola Baseball
The Chipola Indians
conclude their series
with TCC today at 5 p.m.
at Chipola Field.
The Indians finish the
week with a pair of
games against Gulf
Coast, the first on Friday
at 2 p.m. in Panama City,
then Saturday at home at
1 p.m.

Chipola Softball
The Lady Indians
begin Panhandle.
Conference play today at'
home with games against
Gulf Coast at 4 p.m., and
6 p.m.
Chipola finishes the
week with a Saturday
road doubleheader
against Pensacola.

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

Sneads Cheerleading
Tryouts for the Sneads
High School cheerlead-
ing squad for the 2010-'
2011 school year will be
run through Friday at
Sneads High School in
the old gym beginning at
3 p.m. each day.
All SHS students for
the 2010-2011 school,
year are encouraged to
try out. For more infor-
mation, please contact
Rhianna Dowling at 482-
9004 ext. 249.

, Old-Timer's Game
The Grand Ridge FFA
will sponsor the annual
Grand Ridge School Old
Timers Basketball Game
on April 9 at 6 p.m. in the
Grand Ridge School old
Former Grand Ridge
graduates, basketball
players and cheerleaders
are invited to attend and
participate. Players and
cheerleaders who partici-
pate will receive a com-
plimentary t-shirt while
supplies last. Call early
to register.
Admission will be $2.
All proceeds will be used
to assist FFA members as
they participate in chap-
ter activities including
attending state conven-
tion. For more informa-
tion, contact Glenn
Alexander at 482-9835
x263 or glenn.alexan-

Youth Wrestling
Team Dynamic Youth
Wrestling Club (ages 5-
18) practice is 6 p.m.
Tuesday and Thirsday

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.

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


Lady Hornets fall

Blountstown 10-7


The Cottondale Lady
Hornets fell to
Blountstown 10-7 on
Monday night. in
Cottondale was coming
off of its first wins of the
season on Saturday, with
the Lady Hornets sweeping
a doubleheader with Altha.
But the Lady Hornets
were unable to make it
three in a row Monday. The
Lady Tigers jumped out to
an early lead and held off a
late Cottondale rally.
The Lady Tigers scored
four runs in the first inning
to take a 4-2 lead, then
pushed their' advantage to
7-2 with three more runs in
the fourth.
Cottondale responded

with three runs in the top of
the fifth inning, getting it
started with an RBI single
by Chelsea Caudill to score
Valerie D'Ambrosio.
Haley Boggs and
Samantha Brainerd each
scored on passed balls to
cut the deficit to 7-5.
Leading 8-6,
Blountstown got two more
runs in the bottom of the
sixth, taking advantage of a
pair of Cottondale errors.
The Lady Hornets tried
to rally in the top of the
seventh, getting a walk
from D'Ambrosio, who
stole second base, reached
third on a fielder's choice,
then stole home to make it
10-7. But Cottondale got
no closer, falling to 2-11 on
the season, including 0-9 in
district play.
Kelsie Obert started in


the circle for Cottondale
and pitched five innings,
allowing three earned runs
on seven hits, three walks
and a strikeout.
Mary Auger pitched the
sixth inning, and allowed
three unearned runs with
one strikeout.
Cottondale scored twice
in the first inning, on RBI
singles by Jennifer Hewett
and Aulettia Russ.
Hewett led the Lady
Hornets offensively, going
2-for-4 with two doubles
and three RBI.
Brainerd also had three
hits and two stolen bases,
with D'Ambrosio going 2-
for-4 with two stolen bases.
The Lady Hornets were
scheduled to host Bozeman
Tuesday night before trav-
eling to South Walton on'

Continued From Page 1B

Hopefully,, we can figure
this out because we've got
a chance to win another
series here." .
TCC scored a pair of
runs in the first inning, on
an RBI double by Trey
Blackman and an RBI sin-
gle by Thomas Troelstrup.
A solo home run by
Brennan May in the third .
inning made it 3-0, and the
Eagles scored another run
in the frame after a pair of
Chipola errors.
'A two-run home run in
the sixth inning by Marcus
Grimaldi off of Chipola
reliever Johnny Cristi made .
it 6-0 TCC. .
Cristi pitched 2 1/3
innings in relief of Indians
starter Jake Eliopoulis, who
allowed three earned runs
on six hits in three innings.
"We didn't pitch awful,"
Johnson said. "We're still
having problems throwing
offspeed pitches in the cor-

rect counts, but we kicked a
ball or two that' could've
gotten us out of some
innings. We gave them a
couple of extra outs and
they took advantage of it."
But he said it was his
team's approach at the plate
that needed to improve in'
today's series finale.

. "We've got to make
some adjustments and quit
being hardheaded to do the
things we need to do to be
successful," Johnson said.
"We. have to understand
*what we're doing offen-
sively execution-wise, and
give yourself up for the

Cottondale's Mary Auger backhands a throw at first
base during a game earlier this season in Cottondale.
The Lady Hornets were defeated by Blountstown 10-7
on Monday night in Blountstown. - Floridan File Photo

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MSta Office/home furn, 2&3isBRMH C'dale. 2701, Gold Microfiber Sofa living room set. In- Speakers $150 850-
clothes books $500channel upH20/ 4x4 Polaris Mossy n an a added 14' New Enclosed414& Loveseat, good udes, couch and 272-4053/579-4829
with ,o 13.14793 7965 Cargo Trailer will tell
bands on each Ridoge., erv nvce. $600 for $2200 or trade 10" 15 amp Bag boy hand golf Echo chain saw, 14" HP PHOTOSMART- Queen sofabed, ex-
side. Pd. $2,600. msewer/garb incl.ert Seado RP '05. Jet camo editifor an RV/Trave Firestorm abel saw cart with small br, $95 850-593- Printer#8200 PH- cel.cond. $200 850-
new at Kitems asking & more http: 8//www. Ve9972464 ry powerful ATV . .er Traier/thwhe/ w/legs $75 850-593- wheels$28 850-482- 6305/272-779 reclinTO ers,$50 592-3261
$1,500. firm. no charloscountryliving. Automatic w thumb . th6305/272-7744 8700 (850)592-2507
appraisal 3 1 Br,, home. 8m l ect 2wd or 4wd. 04 with slide Almost new Crafts nd FOLDING LAWN Rocker Recliner,
serious inq. only E ofl ione. $571, rric. c.ver rIncI. $5500 850- pay difference. 850- 2 adult 10 speed bi- BASKET MAKING CHAIR- BLUE $5 HP PRINTER/FAX - emerald-green $75
334-790-4892 + $500 dep. 50-5-527-4455 482-5631/557-7332 cycles, both have b- REED- 4 LG ROLLS (850)592-2507 #500; $20 850-272-4053/579-
3470e5942D0 e - ti t _by seat on back, $20 (850)592-2507 0ODIGodi L120 (850)59w/ ter-2507 4829c
4/1 Brick house, 4029 BED FRAME- ADJUST- CHAIR- blue $5 Living room 559 2- chair $30 Rssian 7.62 x 54
Miscellaneous Charles Dr. Garb. f2 antique satin scarf ABLE $25 A(850)592-2507 850-526-241n sling, bayonette, 20
forSale incl. $600 850-482- BE YOUR OWN BOSS valaces, tea rose (850)592-2507 8 lN5 9 eel-Toe 8M5-5 4 i ge tay$ o nt h-20

Yo84t05 5-a05 d frrn JCP, $30/e BAM to 6 AM d50 r OUsV FREw 50 n 9 D e ns b e ats 4053/ amino. $
Sa Grnwd 5-435 20 Fisher 1754, 0425 $90. 850-209-5294 GOLDWINGck up. szHeel toe d& 9ree, $20/ea 850-263-2701BOOKS $5 EA
BF drmicTirsAustin Tyler & Assoc 5 1 BOXES Sd u 850-526-2414 850-526-00863 Severl-Formal
LIKE NEW! Quality homes for oT FDA 2 office chairs, blue & (850)592-2507 W s -$50.Va-r
Irent 850- 526-3355 mahogany $10/ea Fridgiaire 40" Elec. MOTORCYCLE Gowns $25a
Size 305/65 R 17 Property Mgmt is a on 209-0425 Bow- mathews2mis- Range, good cond. COVER- CYCLE SAC ous sizes. Please call
on gnicemalwuminu "oper M f l i 8sion X3, fully loaded $100. 850-579-4909 $25 (850)592-2507 Angie @ 209-2036
off 3/4 ton Chevy Nearly New 2 BR D Straight back chairs broadheads, includes Futon, blode wood MOTORCYCLE SMALL BROILER;
$1,000.00 Home- Hwy 90 E 263$50: (850)592-2507 hard case. $400 arms $100 850-593- RADIO- WORKS MICRO- works fine $5

154eemS8sga$ e Bd lner 95' Capr- Com1e by and fill out an AM gAF $1ss r l 50)592-2507 Womans 50s bicycle
(34) 798-0674 $600/moH all elec. 2 290 HP 8 Arctic Cat& n ath 60GAL(855922507 850-526-24146305/272-77HOOVER STICK Green metaic/AT, $125 (850)592-2507
850-526-8367 Prowler 700 EFI, 4X4, LOOKING FOR MATURE, 5gallor ShopVac$15 8)7850-0592-250705272-850209
nt. Facilities Mite warn winch, other . 850-593-6305/272-' BROWN Gas Grill- used once E Sport craft treadmill,
Parents on site. Ws. , MafiEPENDABLE NEWSPAPER 7744 MICROSUEDE- $100 (850)209-2207 aNe w/wode pn-ceiling
SWill teach ons tr action trades to bedframe&Chest. COLLECTIBLE- HP PHOTOSMART XMAS TREE STAND-00
young adults. Five years related trades (850) 526-3614 Indian Springs.$500 DLOUNGE CHAIRBOX NICE G$30ant dress, els $25of China, 850-482 piec 850es LARGE $10
for Rentce as CARRIERS 7 bottles Mona Vie $150; (850)592-2507 sz(850)592-25 850-526-2414 (850)592-2507
health drink. $75 for
To Visit Visited,4 Wheeler 06 Yamaha all 7. 850:209-2036. Brown Turkey Fig 0086 New Singer Sewing BOOKS- 1ST Editions
1 uncland Raptor 700- w/Xtras mm Spanish M Plants, 1 gal. $10, 3 Girls shoes $30, Boys machine, never used $10 & UP
$500 preferredep. HS ond. (334) 7960 rounds of am- ga.$15 850-592-8769 shoes $15, both size $200 850-482-2724 850)592-2507
FRI 7- 2902 Madison 81914000OBO m$160 850-263- Cedarogs, already 850-526-086be Nice beige 3 piece Stereo Systm &
t: Office/home furn, 2 & 3 BR M iverC'ale. 2701 cut to 9', $300 850 Gold Microfiber Sofa living room set. In- Speakers $150 850-
clothes, books, $500 & up H20/ 4x4 Polaris Mossy Earn an average Adjustable cargo bar 526-2414 & Loveseat, good clues couch and 272-4053/579-4829
childs items, sewing/ sewer/garb. nc. Oak came edition. offor pickup truck $15, CHARLIE BROWN- cond. $350 850-272- loveseat w/buILtIn
craft items & more http://www. Very powerful ATV. U850-592-8769COLLECTIBLES $5 & 4053/5794829 recliners, and a Tanning Bed Bulbs,
charloscountryliving. Automatic w thumb raterecliner. (over 800 hrs left)
SUP (850)592-2507 Goldwing Cover CY- Non-smoke home. $8/ea or $250 for all

Bahia seed for sale 802- se 2w or * * n * S_
4868/209-884 Great cond. $2900.00 man push mower Childs carriage run- CLE SAK $25,OIL FI $500(850)573-0599 34 850-209-5294
3 oBR MH's ing for34-798-2857w/rar bag &mucfu timber about trike w/bicycle TERS

e7804mploy Twheeloe$2 u e8(o Syndicated Content i O Et T
,rna & Sneads Dirt bike storiesaki er month $175 8504828700 wheels $20 850-482- (850)592-2507w/lightedcuriocabi trimmer$75850
2features9-8595. KX8, tuned, really rAmyrilla for sale: 8700 Godwing GL1200 - net $250 850-272- 593-6305/272-7744
2BR11BA in fast $1300. 334-389- $15/doz. Discount for CHRISTMAS TREE SEAT-like New 150, 4053/579-4829
$B'B n d Alford,- 2816 bulk sales. Call Paul STAND- LARGE $5 RADIO WORKS 125. Unique Cofee & end
Free Pets Policy 4622/209-1664/573- BE YOUR OWN BOSS 850-482-4285 (850)592-2507(850)592-2507 OMEGA JUICER- table, palm/elephan
1851Boats Antique marble top Chrome rcial Ne ws Providers$504053/579-4829
Your pet deserves a ov-eeke 2 or 3BR MH in AM to 6 AM and mahogany end tr for '04-'06 Ford Shifter $75 starter (850)592-2507
ing, coring home. An ad RMHin 28istable $75 850-209- or Mercury SUV, new $50; (850)592-2507rcDRUGS
fori anfree petmayindrawi water/ sewer/garb 40hp mercury, 4 0425 $90. 850-209-5294 GOLDWING- Heel toe emerald green $125 BoOKS $5 EA
response from individuals lawncare incl. 850- stroke, mtr guide, Antique oak curved CIGAR BOXES- old shifter used,75 start- 850-272-4053/579- (850)592-2507
research or breeding P 569-1015 trolling mtr, Hum- Must have depenable glass china/curio ALL (7), $10 er used 50 4829 Water heater, Rheem
poses.$0ea0/cho&reedingire-liewl&mingbird 565, TAC, cabinet mint condi- (850)592-2507 (850)592-2507 Pine computer cabW- 65 gal, almost new,
spondentsa crefully when 2/2 SW $375,/o & bilge pump, live well, transportation, minimum liability tion. $350Compaq Desktop GOLDWING SEAT- net clen tor- 6$150g850-272-3943
giving antanimallaway.. Malone, CH/A, not _n_334-798-0010_ _ (850)573-0599 Comuter & Monitor MOTORCYCLE $150 aget$7V 85w-209t-of 42 W $150 802-34
petsv850-569-2031 -M22ffCSeaRay, insurance & valid driver's license. Antique uprig $150850-272- (850)92-2507 White wicker couch,
es - 0httpia- 1505 POLITICAL 2 chairs, coffee & end
3/2 in C'dale, no pets, $300 00. No Motor! no w/bench 2 053/579-4829HANDPAINTED COMMENTARY- table. $150;
D s CH/A $425 850-258. 256-365-0328850-593-5580 Dale Earnhardt JR. CUPBOARD- FREE BOOKS $3 EA; 850-209-2207.
1594 Iv message Ba.liner 95' Capri Come by and fill out an AQUA-TECH AQUARl- Jacket, original sign- STANDING $75 (850)592-2507
UM - FILTER $10 30- ed, kids sz 8-12 $90 (850)592-2507 Prom Dress Teal Womans 50'SrbiCyclebas
/Mreg.luWatsr/sewer/&arb/ looks good application at the 60 GAL(850)592-2507 850-526-2414 HOOVER STICK Greenmet c/ ket & carriage rack
Pups, Tri-colored& lawncareincl.$550 MercruicerengineJack, AQUATECHAQUAR- Decorative Urn $5 VACUUM-ENCORE$5 tafetta Size $. $200. $50850-482-8700
Pu.c o +oer-592-4625 $5,500. 334-685-2222 Jc o CountyFIUM - FILTER 30-60 850-209-0425 (850)592-2507 850-209-2036
black & white. +dP.850-5- GAL $10 Desk with chair $25 HOOVER STICK QHEADBOARD& XBOX 360 w/4
Excellent quality. GALt$10QDeskEAwthDchiRrD$25

[ General | Or mail your resume to: *
City of Marianna is eLouise Thomas, HR Generalist, -
I hiring for a Patrol Media General Mid-South Market Group, - --
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0326 for details.I P.O. Box 1968, Dothan, AL 36302



Jackson County Floridan * Wednesday, March, 17, 2010- 7 B . . . .

(Motor Homes/RVs Automobiles Automobiles Motorcycles Motorcycles | Sport Utility Vehicles| Trailers-Tractors Trucks-HeavyDuty Trucks-Heavy Dutyj (" M No* s
Tioga Arrow 27ft or e S a HARLEY DAVIDSON Bushhog 9044, field Chevrolet '061500 BUY M E! services not availa-
Motorhome '86, Chevy '05 Monte Car- _ '02 Fatboy with lots ready, shelter kept. Silverado WT, ex- ble in all areas, re-
whiteAuto.8 cyl. lo Cust. paint Char. of Chrome, Black, $10,500 Od. 334- tended cab. Good
Pow. brakes & steer- Gray Many Custa. opt. $10,250 352-303-2713 347-4283 or 334-447- cond., $9,500. 0 FORD '08 F 250 strictions apply. For
ngA/,A/Pow. brakes & steer- Gray Many Cust. opt. $480 . 1 .25 35-0321 " " 2572 334-798-3352 DIESEL,DVD 95,000 information about all
ing, A/C, AM/FM, Fr End Damage $4800 Harley Davidson '02 - miles, 4 door, auto-. of our product offer-
runs well, low miles, OBO 334-475-6267 Heritage Classic, lots FORD TW 15 Tractor CHEVROLET - '08 matic transmission, wings, please visit
Fair cond. Has leak or 475-0084 of chrome, 16K miles, Kawasaki 09' ZX14 Chevy '05 Tahoe w/cab, 140hp,exc. 2500 Duramax LTZ Like New condition,
850 a526e 2840. Chevy 1969 Camaro Mazda 5, 07 Grand 000 0. 334 Monster energy edi- 49,100 mi, later, cond. $12,100. obo LoadedZ71or36K BLUE exterior,TAN You have the right to
touring, exc cond e - tion. pipes, power334-701-1836 automanua trans- a/c, alloys, am/f file a complaint with
RVs/Campers black t. manual nng warr48K HareyDavimander, high very ni ce. $18,995- -
Wanted 4-speed $9000. mi. black $11,500 Electra Glide, pearl flow air filter, low White 850-579-4694 Gandy 4 row insecti- mission, Like New CD, cruise, driver your local franchise
Wanted 256-278-4276 334-445-3652 or 256- white; 100th anniver- miles. $9,700. condition, black exte- airbag, leather i Lt authority within 90 3 452-8026 sary edition, 16K 334-790-1852. w/double boxes, for ri, blackinterior, passenger airbag, PL days of receiving no-
miles, lots of chrome Mojo Motor Scooter two chemicals 4WD, $37,000 PS, PW, sun roof, twice of changes.
Che mino, Mercedes,0 E320 m f chroe Mjo r ooter mounted on tool bar. (334)726-1209 tow pkg. $28,000 Please refer to your
- Che '71 El Camino , Merces 00 E320 & extras, garage '05, 200mi, Blue, Good condition. $400. Chevy '06 Silverado (229)942-0667 Comcast bill for the
.50 - 3 594 3282 Wagon $6500 kept. $11,000. 334- $1650 850- 258-1638 Good condition.$400. chevy *06 Silverado address and tele-
S850- 594-3282 334-220-2654 kt$,792-1344 $ - 229-758-3146 or 229- 1500 Pickup, reg. cab, Ford 2001 F150, phone number of
S - CHEVY '86 Celebrity Mercedes 97' SL500 00-5184 2 WD, long wheel Harley Davidson your local franchise
86k, clean, good cond d. top conv. 54K mi. H dso ' h HR I base, 34,500 mi. 850- edition, black, quad authority or call
$1500. 334-793-2142 leather int. Wine col- FLHTCl Electra glide Ch e r T 482-7369 cab, fully oaded, Comcast at (850)
Conquest 05 29ft. Chevy 94' Suberban or 334-693-3980 ,c e seats all pwr, at, cd OPPORTUNITY $10,500.334-797-7190 482-5371.
sleeps 8, lots of ex- runs good good tires Mercedes 98'SLK230, 513.8 0. 341..-.-9377 w/mp3, 17" H polish- STAINLESS FORD 2005 Lariat
trash payments 311K mistake $2800. 334-718-9617 leathFr Hd top. Con. ed alum. whls. 19K, STAINLESS F350 Dually, 4X4F1481
798-4462 Warranty Chev '97 Corvette, .,el Sup.r,-r.3rge.. 4- Triumph (Daytona $14,500. 334-793- STE DINER loaded, trailer brks, Public Auction/Sale
red, with removable i C.. 9 i Type) 955 /ST Sport 4189/334-790-4857 CON STYLE sunroof. 139K south i S
kl. . \glass top, extra clean $9,5.0 34.898-1201 TBike, carbon exh., nw TRAILER F $18,995.334-791-6514 Storage 2765 Jeffer-
spoation 110K miles. $12,000. Mrcury V ger. tires, brakes, 334 Che '99 Tahao, TRAILER Storage 2765 effer-
334-798-1828 rer aSiiM rc r,. 693-9390 or 701-5588 limited edition, all INCLUDES1FORD '77 F100 son St., Marianna, FL
power, 141K miles. GRIDDLE, HOT & CHE 91, 1 6cy.F short wheel 32446.. Sale date is
$301" 96ae runs & looks March,1 lD 20,S, HOT FaBdup2010, at
CHRYSLER '08 300U $lI n,$199 mo D United Motor Scooter $5300 OBO 334-618- COLD TRAYS, F B DmTu cs e A l at
Signature Series, va- Low miles, Leather, HARLEY DAVIDSON '08.80mpg, 1000 mi.'s 7381/334-702-4394 BOILINGTRAYS $550 229-33- odbase, s2,500.00.&ooks 9:00AM CS 2010, at
niew, navigation, like Cuse '081200 Sportster $3000. mfw445-6302 Ford '06 Expedition $9,000, OBO Chevy '91 Cherokee , All the units contain
new, askg pay-off 8243 - Custom, 108 miles, Yamaha-01 RoadStar Black 36K Rear Air 334-389-2816 pickup, lift gate - personal property
$16,700. 334-470-8454 8243. warranty, Like new. Midnight Ed 1600, 3rd Row Seat, Leath- $1500 850-352-4724 within. Units will not
CarSeekerNissan '05 Altima, 2.5 $8,700, 334-702-4778. cover.3000+ miles. er $22K Neg. Like Lilniston 6000, ield akota be open for viewing
like new,REDUCED Harley Davidson '08 655-9111 New 3347180087 ready, shelter kept. - Leather Int. Quad cabuntil start of sale:
4-Wheel Drive 10,900 850-482-2994 Low Rider. less than GMC 00 immy. 1000. 334-347-4283 Clean cond. Fully
issan '06 Altima, - . .I rr. , great cond . $4200 r 447-2572 auto. 334-693-3980 #13 Chancellor John-
Sissan r' Altima, .. .rTI o:,rd. a OBO 81-.526 2491 Massey Ferguson 240 FORD '89 F150,4wh, son
sunroof, power doors .ran ra $13.5i 0 ask for Tom 400 hrs. like new 4x4 Auto, $5,300 229- #14 Denetris Bella-
M USCorvette '81 " o M/FM, 0 .526 90 5 $9.800. B00 334-794- 334-8520, 229-296- my
03 American Star 36' Automatic 350 $12000. 334-91-3081 HARLEY DAVIDSON ... Hummer 06 H3. 41 k 3226 8171 #17 Mary A. Dudley
5th Wheel;2 slides/2 (Silver) sell as is 20ui. 12r:0 '.. . * h m leas.h r er of le o Liner 006 exc. 22 an
Bdrms, large water, $6000. O d 1 liih nnir.v e.dLon. Yamaha O V . rdoblueat exher ior. sat cond. asing for pay 23 0Kit Mnwn
sewer & gas tanks, 3 4 774.19 5 Lots of chrome. anniv. edition in $22,495 OBO.798-9695 off, 334-18-9383 334- Unknown
quad batteries. $7,500. 334-701-3974 flame red, excel. 1978 Che$22,495 Step Van ge a 1500 692-3115 Contractw/#3 Unknown
$20,000 080. D.,t un l7 23uZ 22. Harley Davidson '87 cond., 6K mi., 1198 cc Jee '04 Wrangler, does not run,$500. Ext-cab360 Ma - Great Wide if qualify #32 Unknown
(850)579-5183 or . FXR Superlide,us & incl. sssy bar, trail rated, less than NEG. 334-347-0619 num 4 barrel holy Mitsubishi '06 Raider LF14883
E, tudi .-dd. FX Pert ots o guard. cover & trickle 27K miles, hard & hunter reen, Duro Cross, Crew
180i. mil s, omre .0. .1. tom paint, lots of50 chger, $6,200. 334- soft tops, AM/FM CD, Chevy 03' Astro van Custom fi erglass Cab, V8, Loaded, 32K THE FOLLOWING VE-
I rust, runs but needs Nissan '07 Pathfinder 26chrome, $9500 850- 333-5854 oremail AC, tilt, and cruise. Lt pack. 61K actual hood, 22" hood $14,500. 334-791-0646 HICLE WILL BE SOLD
S.. work. $?500 OBO 850- SE. Black. Auto. 56K 260-1666 334-693-9009 mi. rear air, very nice scoop, stainless AT PUBLIC AUCTION
347-550 after 6pm snap ontreadAT 2087 Ventge Ln.
Foid Cr.o vie row .. Like ne. BUY E! 37 ep Snapontread l Sneas. FL 32460 on
riM L' I.:. ded. 55K $16.000. 334-897-0.52 Chrysler95 Voyager, Aum.tool box,6" Navitar'98Ege, Aprl 15.2010 pm.
ml'. ,r Nissan. '1"6Altima A MAHA 'OFtr,, seats 8. ' lift kit, 6" glass Navistar 98 EagleC M
21.. aUNiE ARRANT,.t Roasar 170,C am cs. ung ine newt r, a 1998 Dodge Dakota
LiKE 6EW'$200dcN N . Blac$.M crcv..le n 5ew tIre1.oNOW rimsLots of extras! equipment included, VIN#1B7FL22POWS6
SFord 05' Mstan V- 269 per mo. Call Rr.n Harley Spor-:ert "t 5'000 rrile. Varnce $51975OB080592 REDUCED$48000B0 excellent running 90448
2I-B in, m i. $9.900. Elh 334.714-0028 Orange 1200R, Vance Hines Exhaust Sys Jeep 04 ' Wranoiler 2832 . 0.
2006 Bad Br: Buggy. "34 97 82 N747r & Hines Short Shots, tem.E4helmtS yandi 4.0L 6cyl 5spd-4W D 334 .8035072 or 334.
a e r Nissan '08 Sentra, braided lines, 8,900 Khaki cIr. Soft-Tp, AC336899-6594
alCondition. Finished inr 4DR., like new! $200 mi $7,995. 794-1037 ge cushion.One am/fm/cd/mp3, alloy Ford '00 Ranger. 1OIK Sonoma '03 GMC LF14865
Reatree Hardwoods. down, $229/mo. Call owner, garage kept. whls, Mopar bmpr& mles, manual n Eteded Ca 43V6
Full windshield, 2 gun Ron Ellis 714-0028. Honda 04' Goldwing Like new. $8000. gril grd. Exc. Cond. tres. $4400 00. Engine Automaic NOTICE OF MEETING
racks, winch, front Nissan '89 Stanza 93K GL1800 Trike cha- 334-618-5833. wnr334-6930685 Pwer brakes
basket, roof basket, miles, A/C, power pion side car, red, 8K 334- 618-5833. 1 ownr - 3 rd car. 3346P05ngneAuomrati
basket, roof basket, miles, A/C ower LOW MILES - 37,300 Ford '02 F150 XLT. windows. Clean The Tourist Develop-
and battery charger. windows & ocks, mi. exc. cond. YAMAHA '08 V-star .$17,999. O80 Ford 95' Windstar red, 4WD, Triton $5.800. Call 192 0603. ment Council meet-
(334)585-9488. Ford 65 T-Bird, auto, cruisecontrol. S e.r2 0 -o.c16 25 334-803-6882 Van selling for parts V8/5.4L e3ng, 104,168 1 . -ing scheduled for
390 4bbl, slide steer- 334-648-5817 $1400V. Low mles! Li e newa only $500l334-691- mi. Super Crew Cab, __ Lea__ds Wednesday,. March
g, 69K miles, $6,995 Pontiac '0 G, CT - Aking $2,695, JEEP a 2987 334-701-55at6 , ood tires, tool box, 17, 2010, at 10:00 a.m.
obo. 334-671-50510or MuST SELL! $20 ew engine/trans/3,500.334-894-1212 in the Jackson Coun-
334-797-5051 down $249 per ,T,nr,cn o sM tires, hard top. 792- or 334-494-2823 1 LeaNotieldty Administration
Ford '93 Taurus, runs, Call Ron Ellis - 8018/792-8827. $6500. FORD '07 F250 Super son Street, Marianna,
2200. 1-334-4751723 PONTIAC 1965 49cc Heavy Duty, loaded, new tires, PLYMOU '96 Grand XLT, 2WD, 18K miles, LF14893 scheduled to Wed-
empes 4 door Like new, low miles, color pewter, leather Voyager, 4 new tires Tan, $32,000 334-688- nesday,March 24, at
with 326 engine. Must see, $1200 OBO int.72,55K mi. towing package, new 8606, 334-695-0688 NOTICE: 10:00 a.m. in the
2008 5th wheel, Key Runs great! Good Honda - 05 850-482-7739 $13,900. OBO 334- power steering FORD'07 F-350, 5.9 L This ad shall serve as ministration Building
stone LaredoRL29 condition. 3000. R/S Beauti Yamaha 05 Zuma 673-0823 pump, very clean, DSL Crew Cab 50K a notification of 2864 Madison Street,
lYamaha '05 Zuma ow mileage,'$3,250 miles, $29,500 334- channel changes on, Marianna, Florida.
ka l-797-58 Candy Black Cher 50cc, 5000 miles, ev- NISSAN '06 Pathfind- OBO 334-687-9845 or 695-7769 695-7770 or around, April 21,
like0318. $24,500 slbode. Ford '98 Escort - Scon 06'TC Must ry, over $2000 in ac- erything on it works, er LE, 270hp, bose 334-355-1118 2010. for Comcast
4 door, automatic, s 0,900 Mi.$8400 cessories. 8k miles, nice scooter. $900 audio w/6 disc CD 0Cable's 'Marianna
ne,.000 me2s95 OBO 32mpg 692-9915 asking $5700 080 334-621-0059 remote keyless entry W ted: channel lineup (Jack- Want t
MIL- EAGE ' . Honda '06 CTX 1300 3Sport9UtilityV4 I Automobiles - -3 son oCounty, CAltha, y
Ford " rGREAT GAS MILEAGE Cruiser Like New port UtilityVehicle 3.4-793-15Calhoun County, i
FULLY LOADEDL 4200 Mi.$6600 OBO Nissan '09 Rogue, 20k Corir for parts Alford, Greenwood,
- , PAYMENT!500 334-806-1322 Chevy '03 Tahoe miles, loaded, white. 1965-69 will haul off. i 0 ai r Cottondale, Sneads aut0 0 ?
. FIRM..p34.;74.q05,') down $250 per month Honda 06' RebelISolid 3rd Seat, good cond., $17,000 34 034-4-678-6990 -6' " GrndR de, anm
-5." Call 334-791-8243 Ask white winshield & $11,000, OBO 334 68S4960 -7a maicGrand Ridge,an
L O O K forSteve Hatcher sade bags 2600 mi. 3921 or 334-795 8411 TOYOTA 06 Four Excellent $9800. Jackson County).
l^ $3000. ogo 334-886- Chevy'04'Tahee, RunnerS5, 2wd, Trucks-Heavy Duty Exellent, $980.
DODG T16Ram O OK $3000. 080 334-886- Chevy '04'Tahoe, 5 Runner.SR ...2wd.334-790-7959 a Hallmark will be
D2500 Laramie 5.9 FORD- N3326334-714-1110 Sexcellent cond. F-250 Ford Ford 2009 King Ranch added to channel 46 P

Heated Seats, low extblk int,2WD,850 miles, LE NEW auto trans Forest WJGW currently
miles, Asking $4800, miles $28,500 $5,300 229- 334-8520 $14,000. 850-718- Trailers-Tractors Truck s fu loaded Green ext. Camel on channel 46 as a a e '
contact (334)479-8028 229-296-8171 GREAT CONDITION 1999 254 AG-MASTER Leatr Int. Loa d e will relocate tor
bus7tmam,.r, rn.,m: TOYOTA '08 Varis 3D 1999 254 AG-MASTER _ la' L tint. Lam i mice, w icaterv-
(941'm \ ' m I Q inr i 1t0K MI. under ,ar. HONDA 9O Vaik>rie GMC '99 Yukon SLE, Tractor, 4 wd with. CHEVY '87 delux 10 death forces sale. channel 6 and remain 0dy
.1.',e" rant. great ga. T mile- Tourer all original. all power, 81K miles. two implements. Red w/blk stripes. 3,100 mi; Asking $45K a Limited Basic serv-
FORD . . F lS.. ge loaded l2,00i C . ,T,,i'. run.r gre.3[ $5500 899-3703 $2000. 334-522-6709 $2000. 334-714-9558 334-687-3171 Ice.
GreE. 5 spa. :..:i OBO 334 775 3028 asking $6.i500 O0B
2341K ml .-L. 70s .:.1O 334.693-5454
trans. run, .. - Kawasaki '07 Vulcan
$695 O0 daIva sq Ford Mustang 1965 1600 Mean Streak Sp.
(3341,7,.7501 269 auto. ac & EL. 1100 Mi $6.500
ono0rconsoear.. come. 334-4417909 Fasteasy, pressure
AutEngine a, wr, sm w pais Kawasaki 08 Vuan 24 hours a day, 7 days a week!
Parti ric project car. nas miles, windshield
original motnr Re-Get live previews of your classified ads, receive price quotes
Original 1965, Mu; asking $3950. du9 oddet, o $5U. d3.34
tang car parts for 33435-2400 Toyommuter09 Camry. 692-3337 or 79652 1?, and make scure online payments.
Oar I r s ur 33 ^ 35 -0 -lm ura narand make secure online payments.
sale. 334-393-9669 21.000 miles. S.Ili un- Red Kawa sak. 09'
dler warranty $16.900. Ninja Like NeW.O250R .
Automobiles Misc. 334.126 291 2 w* jacket 3.500. mi. -w wc-l rin .
MERCEDES '97 E320 Prius. brand new. w Leave Messill._r
117K actual miles:, evened warranty: v
Silver/Beige excel- Ford Mustang 1966 gps. solar 'moor rooft7 .1
lent condition $7,000 302 V8 with automat- etc. 334.899-4545 - -
334-687-3189 ic trans. looks, runs & Volkswagen '06 Bee
. drives good asking tle. auto. diesel. 42K
Automobiles $8500. 334-355-2400 mie.. 40MPG. load-
forSale Honda '04 Accord EX, ed.S16.000. 334897.
V6, loaded, $200 2497 or 334.672-1655
down, $249/mo. Call VW '06 Passat. load-
2000 Pontiac Ron Ellis 714-0028. ed. blue black GPS.
Transam, Honda '05 Civic sattalite radio, new
WS 6 Great ags saver, $300 tires. lixe new ir, si6e
performance down, $299/mo. Call & out 119K. moving
package; 82k, Steve Hatcher 334- ,iv8a. .. $12.000.
very nice, $9,500. 791-8243. 334.341-0414
334-347-6023 HYUNDAI '08 Accent VW 07 Rabbit.
Excellent condition, manual.34K.allo'i
2003 Toyota Camnry 35 MPG, 18600 miles, wheel .uke
XLE V-6, 75Kmiles. All 5-spl transmission, rew.$ 11.800.
power, sunroof, $9500 (334)522-3803 334-963.8399
AM/FM cass.6 CD
Disc Changer, Red. Hyundai 96Elantra & Antiques
Asking $10,000. Call FairCond. Needs a Excavation SelfStorage SelfStorage m Mid/HousekeepinnO d E "O aing Musical
334-796-1513 or 334- Trans. work with . C S&i n i g Instru melnt Repair
693-2099 ask for DVD Ster. syst. $850 1974 Chevrelet
Chase. OBO 334-475-6267 or Camaro LT 350 V8 HEWET"
_ .334-475-0084 4sp, factory ac, re- S S^1Iran '' For rten ra.. lus-W/B--

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Acura 0S TS. B 96 Infiniti 'I 130 120K * .Dmp Tuck o*Pay I lIn h-pes |, Call Debra Mod Udfrom rny home
Black 5 SPD Loaded Silver Loaded $5,395 * Bulldozer 2nid ._h_1/ FREE J_ Years ____inBes__ 52 -2_-_R tV ,n M nno_
$11,200 West Main West Mlain Car Sales --a n 2n tN/ IeE0arntrB23 6 50U3 in M r Hena
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Exc. condleather w lleathereather Like new. customs. Appointments Available KAVAILABLE
seats, 4dr, beige t . int. new tires adult 6600 mi. $14,750. 404- FR ESTIMATES QUALITY SERVICE,
fully loaded. $12,900. driven exc cond 578-1482 eff@ VISA *DISCOVER Locally Owned I I FREE ESTIMA L rs Additions QUALITYPRICE
334-701-1836 $6,900. cash firm MaSP LNO JOBS TOO SMALL Re dinQUALITY PRICEI
Cadillac'94 334-790-4892 2003 YZ125, bought Mon-Fri 9-4:0 M n &/C HEAlTSEICE w Energodellnc
Fleetwood Broug- new in 2005, $2000; Thurs: 9-Noon n * aF a Energy EfficlenERGY ILI
ham. Top cond., fully Lincoln '07 MKZ, 2007 YZF250, great E N *emelR M , .cu Diuotr ,,0..i. ENERTt BI
restored $4,795. OBO Light tan w/beige in- shape and well main- I * Cocra oerimea van820
334- 693-3980 terior, leather heated tainted. $4000. Buy T i 1 In , n Room 8 Bati Adiions M,, i. oriBL1 .n.ur IT BWln1H1118TI
seats, ABS, side both for $5000. om* ceaic os Call Randy ir- B
Caprice '87 Classic airbags, 37k mi, NA- 334-726-3842 Youro. a, no 693-0566 ran snDcSk Fi POIE JCr
71K orig. ml., A/C & DA $21,175 sell for Boodm06 m#2900 Borden St.
heat wks. Good cond. $17,900 850-814-0155 Big D 06' md# 2900 Borden St.
Very Clean. $2,500If15 m p nhAuto & Cycle 850 8 J 24594 C omputer
OBO 850-557-4946 Lincoln Town Car'91 black, 117 cubic inch oliy
V8 motor, mint cond., engine, 6-sp. Baker AC&DuctCleaning Services _ Buildzng Sec-,ce& Repair
Chevrolet '93 Cap- burgundy, 39,390. trans. V&H, D&G 1lasifie Re air
rice, white, 70K New tirds, nice int., chrome spear air in- .pf Need a VEHICLE? _(
miles, extra clean, needs back shocks, take X gaurd warr. BAD CREDIT? o V N
new tires, $4300. $2000. 334-897-5482. Lots of extras bike lo- . o | Buy Here, Pay Here iC , .ll today to place
334-792-8018 Mazda 03' Tribute catedin Troy Al. **I Can Finance** Advertising... land Clerlegl g In. 7S"l ,your item in the
Chevrolet 94' Camaro exc. cond. 106K m. 16,800 334-850-7077 CommerciaA$500 DOW Hardware Repair classified
T-tops, needs restor- $7,000. 334-692-9915 FZ Suzuki 50 79' col- & Residential Bad Credit, Repos,C%05Software
Nissan '07 Altima stroke scooter, or- lllim Bankruptcy...Okay.installation
Chevy '04 Cavalier 2.5SL, Black, 34,200 e eexc corrrrBanrty on WEFFERCOMPE .Affordable Rates
4DR, AC, Low miles, mi., bose stereo, street legal. $1295. AarNofOkay.o0r sel g ,A ffo bes) 779-2557
GREAT GAS MILEAGE, moon roof, spoiler, 334-774-2521 334-774- i Y0Tai rCALL TODAYAND J A a4U O Vis=a Bcts. e 'I0i
NICE CAR, LOW leather int. very 2773 after 5P.M . : IUisits.J RIDE TODAY 28 I.. SS B
PAYMENTS! $300 clean, Like new. 277 3 E RIDE TOA OE 2822 B. Hwy. 7
down $199 per mo. $15,000. obo, Honda'07 Shadow (;4,0(5I3H27 Ask for Steve and bu y 2iY I BS a
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for Steve Hatcher 334-432-0302. 726-1434/677-5489 8- 90

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APRIL 24, 2010


7:00 am ~ 1:00 pm
Houston County Farm Center
spaces are only... Ii

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;25 O welcome
-/ (l . $ outside 10x20
S for more information call 334.702.6099
Dotha n Eagle Attn: NIE Yard Sale * P.O. Box 1968, Dothan, AL 36302
OR DROP OFF AT: 227 North Oates Street, Dothan, AL
me: Address:

City: State: -Zip: Phone:____
What type of items for sale:_
_ Number of inside spaces nedded('30 each) _ Number of outside spaces needed('25 each)
_ Number of tables needed('10 each) My payment of ____ is enclosed
Please charge my credit card NOT TO BE SOLD BY VENDOR: firearms,
live animals, provocative materials,
Card number: exp. tobacco/drug paraphernalia, food or drink, or
any other goods that the Events Management
signature deems inappropriate for sale on the day of the
event. Spaces subject o limitation.

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change your life!

Do you have a dental bridge or dentures? Come discover what's
new in dentistry - and learn about more affordable choices..With
the latest advances in dental implant procedures, a life-changing
smile could be easier than ever for you!
When: 6:00pm, Tuesday, April 6TH
Where: 103 Medical Dr. (next to Flowers Hospital)
Presented by: Dr. John Miller & Dr. Daniel Pittman
Please Call Kathy Wimberly at 334-793-7232 to RSVP
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