Jackson County Floridan

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Jackson County Floridan
Sunday paper issued from <1979-1985> as:
Sunday Floridan
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Jackson County Floridan
Place of Publication:
Marianna, Fla
Chipola Pub. Co.
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
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Graceville DJJ center to close

The Graceville Vocational Youth Center
will be closing its doors this June, with the
Florida Department of Juvenile Justice cit-
ing poor performance as the reason for its
The center is a moderate risk detention
center for boys 16 to 18 years of age and
is operated by Twin Oaks Juvenile
Development Inc., in conjunction with
According to DJJ official Samadhi
Jones, the contract between DJJ and the
facility's service provider, Twin Oaks, is
up on June 30. Jones said the department
"has elected not to renew, based on a num-
ber of considerations, including continued
poor performance related to mental health
and substance abuse services."
The program, which opened in
September 2001, employs 41. program
staff members, mostly from the Graceville
area, and can serve up to 36 boys for a
duration of six to nine months.
DJJ officials say despite the program's
overall effectiveness, it is merely consid-
ered "acceptable," with nothing about the
program rated above standard. In fact, for
the second consecutive year, the program
has failed to meet the minimum standards

The Department of Juvenile Justice is closing the Graceville Vocational Youth Center
due to unfavorable performance reviews. Mark Skinner / Floridan

for mental health and substance abuse
In both 2008 and 2009, the program was
placed under conditional status and told to
improve performance in certain needed

The 2008 Quality Assurance Report,
conducted by the department's Bureau of
Quality Assurance personnel, indicates 10
key areas needing "immediate attention."
. Those areas were escapes; coordination
of services; mental health evaluations;

substance abuse assessments; planning -
and delivery of services; suicide precau-
tions; medication administration; pharma-
ceutical storage, security and access;
authority for evaluation and treatment;
staffing and youth.supervision.
The 2008 report outlines all the pro-
gram's services and their successes, along
with the failures. The following are just a
few of the instances or issues listed in the
report, which were viewed as unfavorable
by quality assurance personnel:
Two escapes from the facility in. an
eight month period as a "result of improp-
er supervision practices."
A youth referred for mental health
services was not assessed for three months
after referral. The wait was due to the
youth's lack of Medicaid eligibility.
"However, program policy states "any
youth referred for mental health services
who are not Medicaid eligible will be pro-
vided with services from FTS (Family
Trauma Services, a state contractor), who
will in turn bill the program for the servic-
Youth were receiving services without
any assessment or evaluation since their
admission to the program.
Facility functions took precedence

MHS gets national certification


program allows

students to earn

college credits.
After three years of hard work
and dedication, Vicki Garrett, an
instructor at Marianna High
School, has secured national cer-
tification for a vocational engi-
neering program. which offers
students up to 15 college credit
The program Project Lead
The Way, or PLTW has been
offered at Marianna High since
the 2007-08 school year. But it
has only just received the certifi-
cation needed to offer students
college credit.
With Garrett, the new acade-
my's instructor, leading the way,
students at Marianna High )Vill
now have the opportunity to
apply what they are learning in
math and science class to real-life
engineering and technology proj-
PLTW is a national organiza-
tion that provides science, tech-
nology, engineering, and math
education, or STEM, for middle
and high schools. The curriculum
is collaboratively developed by
PLTW teachers, university
instructors, and engineering and
biomedical professionals, along
with school' administrators.
With the education buzz word
being STEM, Project Lead The
Way is assisting in the district's
attempts to strengthen teaching in
these areas.
The primary purposes of the
certification program are to rec-
ognize schools that have demon-
strated a commitment to national
standards for the engineering
program, and also to provide an
opportunity for students to earn
college credit.
The college credit, however, is
generally only accepted at
PLTW-affiliated institutions.
There are currently more than 35
affiliate colleges and universities.
"We've seen how the PLTW
program draws more students to
engineering and technology
courses, and gets them thinking
about college and their career,"
said Mary Sue Neves, principal
of Marianna High. "We are
extremely proud to be PLTW cer-
tified, and have the opportunity to
offer our students'college credit."
Neves and a team of teachers,
staff, students and members of
the community completed a self-
assessment of -the engineering
program which lead to a site visit
by PLTW certification special-
ists. The specialists' visit resulted

Steve Varnum, left, and Dylan Reed work on assembling parts of a marble sorter during Vicki Garrett's
engineering class at Marianna High School. Mark Skinner / Floridan

in the certification.
"Marianna High School has
demonstrated its commitment to
the quality standards of PLTW's
Pathway to Engineering program,
and the real winners are the stu-
dents," said John Lock, president
and CEO of PLTW.
Neves said in a phone inter-
view Friday that Garrett was the
real driver of this effort. Garrett
worked for three years to get the
program off the ground and
nationally certified.
She also completed an inten-
sive two-week professional

development course in order to
teach the courses.
The four-year program has a
different focus each year. The
first year is an introduction to
engineering design. The second
year focuses on principles of
engineering. The third year
focuses on digital electronics and
civil engineering, and the final
year on engineering design and
Garrett says there are few
requirements for entrance into
the program. However, students
must score at least a three or bet-

ter on the FCAT math and have at
least taken Algebra I.
"The beauty of this program is
that our students get to experi-
ence how a formula they learned
in math class applies to a real
project," Garret said.
Garrett explained that in the
engineering academy, there are
few lectures. The focus in on
hands-on learning.
"With less lectures and more
doing, it's this kind of experience
that engages students in fields
they might have otherwise never
considered," Garret said.





resident Ben
Thomas, 45,
was arrested
Friday and
charged with
burglary of an Ben
occupied struc- Thomas
ture and battery,
shortly after being released
from Jackson Hospital for
treatment to a gunshot-wound.
Marianna police responded
See VICTIM, Page 9A >



Fourteenth Circuit Court
Judge Richard Albritton
announced Friday' he will be
retiring "due to personal med-
ical problems."
Judge Albritton's judicial
. assignment is Bay County, but
he has from time to time
worked on .cases heard in
Jackson County.
In a letter to Gov. Charlie
Crist, Albritton stated his res-
ignation will be effective. as of
March 31.
See JUDGE, Page 9A >

Police seek

suspect in

sexual assault
The Marianna Police
Department was dispatched to
a sexual battery call in area of
3023 Bumpnose Road around
3:45 a.m. Saturday.
See SEXUAL, Page 9A >

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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 32447
Street Address:
4403 Constitution Lane
Marianna, FL 32446
Office Hours:
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on legally protected personal char-
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How to get your
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Community Calendar events via e-
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engagement, anniversary and birth
announcements. Forms are avail-
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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 21 Sunday
The Southeastern Community Blood
Center mobile unit will be at the Chipola
College Safety Expo, 8:30 a.m.-1 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.
The St. Anne's Catholic Church Ladies
Guild Bake Sale is March 20-21, Saturday, 8
a.m. to noon; and Sunday, after 9 a.m. mass.
A Coke Party for Grand Ridge Pageant
registration (Miss, Junior Miss and Little
Miss) is 2-4 p.m. in the Grand Ridge
Community Center.
The Jackson County Youth (NAACP)
Council meets at NAACP Headluarters, 2880-
B 'Orange St. in Marianna, 3:30 p.m. New offi-
cers for 2010-2011 will be elected. E-mail or call 592-2901.
Classical guitarist Andrew Stroud, accom-
panied by Dr. Josh Martin on piano, will pres-
ent Concierto del Sur by Manuel Ponce, with
selections by Handel, Tarrega, Rodrigo and
others, as part of the St. Luke's Episcopal
Church Fine Arts Series, 4 p.m. at 4362
Lafayette St. in Marianna.-Concert guests are
invited to meet the artists at a reception in
McKinnon Hall, following the concert.
Donations accepted for the fine arts series.

March 22 Monday
The Parkinson's Support Group meets at
noon in the ground floor classroom of
Jackson Hospital, 4250 Hospital Drive,
Marianna. Those diagnosed with Parkinson's
and their caregivers are' invited to attend.
Lunch provided. No cost.
The One-Stop Center Employability
Workshop, "Knowing & Evaluating Your
Employability Skills," is 3:15-4:15 p.m. each
Monday in March. No cost. Contact the One-
Stop Center, 718-0326, to enroll.
The Jackson Hospital Board of Trustees
will hold its monthly finance committee meet-
ing at 5:30 p.m. in the Community Room of
the Hudnall Building.
AA open meeting Mondays, 8-9 p.m. at
the First United Methodist Church, 2901

The Marianna Police
Department listed the fol-
lowing incidents for March
18 and,19, the latest avail-
able reports: three acci-
dents without injury, two
reckless drivers, one suspi-
cious person, two special
details, three highway
obstructions, one physical
disturbance, one burglary,
one threatening call, two
follow-up investigations,
one animal complaint, two
verbal disturbances, one
drug offense, one burglar
alarm, one shooting in, the
area call, 11 traffic stops,
two larceny complaints,
one trespassing, one fraud,
three assists of another
agency and six public serv-
ice calls,

The Jackson County

Sheriff's ....
Office listed .- '-r-:
the following -
incidents for
March 18,C.'.RIME
the latest
available report: one drunk
driver, one accident with
injury, one missing juve-
nile, two abandoned vehi-
cles, one suspicious vehi-
cle, two suspicious inci-
dents, two suspicious per-
sons, one burglary report,
one physical disturbance,
one prowler, 20 medical
calls, two traffic accidents,
one burglar alarm, one fire
alarm, eight traffic stops,
one larceny complaiint,
three criminal mischief
complaints, one shooting,
one civil dispute, one tres-
passing, one suicide
attempt, three animal com-
plaints, one assist of a
motorist, two assists of
another agency, one child

Caledonia St., Marianna, in the AA room.

March 23 Tuesday
Christine Gilbert teaches free quilting,
crocheting or knitting classes Tuesdays, 1
p.m. at the Jackson County Senior Citizens
center, 2931 Optimist Drive, Marianna. Call
The Jackson County Chamber of
Commerce will have a ribbon cutting for
North Florida Cancer Care, 3031 Carter's Mill
Road, at 2 p.m. The public is invited for the
ribbon cutting and following open house. Call
526-2104 or 482-8060.
Jackson County Quilters Guild Sit-n-Sew
is 6-8 p.m. in the First United Methodist
Church Youth Hall, Clinton Street, behind the
Marianna Post Office. Call 272-7068.
The Town of Grand Ridge Planning and
Zoning Committee meets at 6 p.m. in the
Grand Ridge Town Hall. Call 592-4621.
Alcoholics Anonymous open meeting -
Tuesdays, 8-9 p.m. at the First United
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna, in the AA room.

March 24 Wednesday
Eldercare Services will be giving .out
USDA and Brown Bag food, from 8 a.m. until
all food is distributed, at 4297 Liddon St. in
Marianna; and USDA food will also be given
out at Malone City Hall, beginning at 8 a.m.
Call 482-3220.
Jackson County Habitat for Humanity.
Warehouse is open 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
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.
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

abuse report, three public
service calls and four trans-

The. following people
were booked into the coun-
ty jail during the latest
reporting periods:
Audrey Sterrett, 19,
1731 Sterrett Drive,
Alford, violation of county
Jeff Butler, 29, 1918
Ada Road, Alford, posses-
sion of methamphetamine,
possession of drug para-
Ozell Robinson, 37,
441 Branch Valley Drive,
Dallas, Ga., non-child sup-
Albert Lane, 48, 5213
12th St., Malone, non-child
Robert Davis III, 35,

p.m. Wednesday through early April. Other
times available by appointment. For faster
refunds, bring a personal check (with routing
information). Call 718-2368.
The One-Stop 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.
Alcoholics Anonymous open meeting -
Wednesdays, 12-1 p.m. at the First United
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia. St.,
Marianna, in the AA room.
The Jackson Hospital Board of Trustees'
monthly board meeting is at 5:30 p.m. in the
Community Room of the Hudnall Building.
Today is the entry deadline for the 2010
Jackson County Pageants, which are set for
Saturday, .April 17, at 1 and 7 p.m. in the
Marianna High School Auditorium. Call 482-
5275 or 718-7095.

March 25 Thursday
The 2010 North Florida Research and
Education Center (NFREC) Beef Cattle/Forage
Field Day is at the University of Florida's
NFREC Beef Unit. Registration begins at 8
a.m.; the program runs 9 a.m. to 3 pm.
Lunch, refreshments provided. Presentations,
demonstrations and field tours of ongoing
research will be included. The NFREC Beef
Unit is 1.4 miles west of Greenwood, on US
Highway 162. Registration fee: $10. Call 850-
394-9124, 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 ro6m 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 appoint-
ment, call 693-0873.
AA closed discussion 8-9 p.m. at First
United Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna, in the AA room. Attendance limited
to persons with a desire to stop drinking.

4330 Pearl St., Marianna,
non-child support.
Eric Gazoombi, 26,
2363 Silver Lake Road,
Tallahassee, violation of
state probation.
Terry Knight, 51, 2059
Morgan Loop, Sneads,
hold for Gulf County.
Anthony Bialokur, 38,
198 Hubbard St., Apt. 3A,
Mount Clemens, Mich.,
reckless driving, resisting
with violence.
Jerry Cook, 42, 4765
Country Lake Drive,
Marianna, felony D.U.I.,
driving while license sus-
pended or revoked (habitu-
al), possession of drug
Jerry Husted, 39, 114
Hunt Street, Pontiac, Miss.,
hold for Walton County.
John Cartwright, 36,
4629 Orchard Road,
Graceville, attempt to man-
ufacture metha.mpheta-

mine, possession. of drug
Christina Cartwright,
31, 4629 Orchard Road,
Graceville. three counts of
child abuse .
Jonathan Curry. 20,
1370 Truette Circle,
Bonifay, violation of state
Lekendrick Costillo,
30, 232 Lincoln Drive,
Chattahoochee, carrying a
concealed weapon, hold
for Gadsden County.
Spencer Frascona, 35,
2141 Trent Ave., Grand
Ridge, D.U.I., driving
while license suspended


To report a crime, call
CrimeStoppers at 526-
5000. To report a wildlife
violation, call 1-888-404-
FWCC (3922).


Community Calendar


Mathis is one
Riley Mathis of '
Campbellton celebrated his
first birthday on Jan. 9,
2010. He is the son of
Allen and Tammy Mathis
of Campbellton. His older
brother is Ryan Mathis, 10. *' "."
Grandparents are -
Timothy and Briana Jones
of Campbellton; the late
Pauline Jones; Kenneth and
Mary Mathis of Dothan, .'
Ala.; and Betty Mathis of
Malone. A construction-
themed party was held Jan.
16, at his Papa's shop, with -.
many friends and family
members in attendance. Riley Mathis


turns 10
tvS- .'"
Ryan Mathis of m ,
Campbellton celebrated his
10th birthday on Feb. 24,
2010. He is the son of Allen
and Tammy Mathis of
Campbellton. His younger -
brother is Riley Mathis, 1.
Grandparents are Timothy
and Briana Jones of
Campbellton; the late Pauline
Jones; Kenneth and Mary
Mathis of Dothan, Ala.; and
Betty Mathis of Malone. Ryan Mathis



from nursing


Jenelle Alaina Wilkinson
graduated Feb. 25, from the
Practical Nursing Program
at Washington-Holmes
Technical Center in
Chipley. Jenelle is the
daughter of Jean Wilkinson
of Marianna and Alwyn
Wilkinson of Bermuda.
She is the granddaughter of
the late Willie and Annie B.

MAwi fi)rid e) I



Tonya Sue Killingsworth
and Michael Shane Williams,
together with their families,
are happy to announce their
engagement and forthcoming
Tonya is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Donald
Killingsworth of Slocomb,
Ala. Shane is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Jerry Williams of
The bride-to-be is the
granddaughter of Grace
Killingsworth and the late
Ernest Killingsworth of
Slocomb, and the late Dan
Owens and the late Evelyn
Owens, both of Graceville.
Tonya is a 2005 graduate of
Slocomb High School and a
2009 graduate of Troy

in accounting. She is currently
attending Troy University to
pursue an M.B.A. with a

concentration in accounting.
Tonya is presently employed
with Flowers Hospital in
DQthan, Ala., as a financial
application specialist.
The future bridegroom is
the grandson of Syble Roberts
and the late Frank Williams,
both of Graceville, and Ira and
Janet Weatherly of Dothan,
and the late Rufus Odom of
Shane is a 1997 graduate of
Graceville High School. He is
presently employed with the
Florida Department of
Corrections in Malone, as a
correctional officer.
The wedding is planned for
Saturday, April 17, 2010, at 5
p.m. at Pleasant Hill Baptist
Church in Slocomb, with
reception to follow in the
fellowship hall. Family and
friends are invited to attend.

Rabions have a son

Ryan and Shanna Rabion
of Tallahassee announce
the birth of their son, Jacob
Ryan, born Dec. 11,'2009,
in Tallahassee Memorial
Hospital. At birth, he
weighed 9.4 ounces and
measured 21% inches in

length. Jacob joins two sis-
ters, Kylie and Zoie.
Grandparents are Jerry
and Alice Rabion of
Sneads; Lamar and Becky
Turner of Marianna; and
Charlie and Mary Goen of

Editor's note: This corrects Mio errors contained in submitted
information which originally ran March 7

Partners for Pets

, Book Talkk


Changing Light
By Nora Gallagher
Reviewed by Barbara Grant

This is a novel about the lives of people connected
to the making of the atomic bomb. You will recall that
during World War II, a group of scientists were secret-
ly gathered at Los Alamos, N.M. to work on making
a weapon to end all wars. The project was top secret.
The men and women lived in the middle of the desert
in a walled-off community made up of the scientists
and their families.
The name most associated with this project is
Robert Oppenheimer. The work was called the
Manhattan Project. The world knew. nothing of this
until President Harry Truman ordered the new bomb
to be dropped on two cities in Japan.
This fictional book tells of the life on one of the sci-
entists, Dr. Kavan, who after an accidental exposure to
radiation, decides to escape the camp. He is found
unconscious in a ditch by a woman, an artist, who
lives near Santa Fe, N.M. Can he'escape the camp?
What United States secret agencies are sent to find the
man to keep him from talking?
It's also the story of Eleanor, a woman who left
New York City to come to the desert to paint, leaving
her husband, who also acted as her agent to show and
sell her paintings. Eleanor is the woman who finds the
escaped Dr. Kavan. A famous American woman artist,
Georgia O'Keefe, also left New; York to paint near
Santa Fe, and her husband, too, was her agent.
Eleanor reminded me of Ms. O'Keefe. The library
will have books and paintings of Ms. O'Keefe.
The book, written as the personal story of these sci-
entists, tells of the mental stress of the men and
women as they work on something with such terrible
potential. Now that they were so close to having this
bomb, could they stop the invention process? What
about the Germans, who were also working on the
same idea? Would they have a bomb first?
If this book interests you, you may want to read
more about Robert Oppenheimer. In conjunction with
this, non-fiction books have been written questioning
the need for President Truman to order the A-bomb to
be dropped. Written history reports that the bombs
needed to be dropped to stop the war. Recently, histo-
rians are questioning the real reason for dropping the
bomb. Did American just want to show that they had
this power and warn the world? Some current theories
are that the U.S. was thinking ahead, not just of cur-
rent enemies'Japan and Germany, but of the growing
threat of the Communist world. A good documentary
film on this subject is "Why We Fight." You may get
it from Netflix, the local video stores or the library.

Barbara Grant is a Jackson County Public Library

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White, Lofton

Shirley White of
Tallahassee would like to
announce the engagement of
her daughter, Sydney Marie
White, to Nicholas Lofton, the
son of Nathaniel Lofton and
the late Virginia Lofton of
Augusta, Ga.
Grandparents of the bride-to-
be are the late Matthew James
White Sr. and Clotee White of
Marianna. Her great-
grandmother is the late Hillon
Chambers Dudley.
The prospective groom is
the grandson of the late Julia
and Talton Lofton.
Sydney Marie is a 1994
graduate of Marianna High
School. Sydney received a
Bachelor of Science in
criminology from Florida
State University and a Master
of Science degree in

management with an emphasis
in justice administration from
St. Thomas University in
Miami. She is currently
employed with Maryland
.Department of Juvenile
Nicholas is a graduate of T.W.
Josey High School in Augusta.
/'He attended Augusta State
University in Augusta, as a
physical therapy major,
Nicholas' also served in the
Army during Desert Storm.
Nicholas is currently
employed with Bridgestone in
South Carolina.
The couple will reside in the
Augusta area.
The wedding will take place
on Aug. 28, 2010, at the
Bethel Missionary Baptist
Church in Tallahassee.

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Share your unforgettable

It's time again for Unforgettable,
the Jackson County Floridan's annual
special edition honoring the' people,
places and things that Jackson
Countians hold dear, from the treas-
ured past.
The content for this full-color, 16-
page edition is entirely reader-driven,
and is one of the paper's favorite pub-
Because of you who contribute,
readers get a chance to.see what real-
ly matters to us all. It's a glimpse into
the heart and soul of Jackson County.
The section has room for every
imaginable kind of memory. Let your
stories and pictures be part of the
beautiful patchwork.'
It could be a picture of old down-
town Marianna, Cottondale, Malone,
Grand Ridge, Sneads, Graceville,
Two Egg, or somewhere else in our
You might have an old tub toy that
survived your childhood, tattered but
still beloved. You might have your
mother's wedding gown, or the flow-
ers she pressed into a book long ago.
You might have your father's favorite
pipe or bow tie.
Perhaps it was your child's old
rocking fiorse that still warms your
heart, or an old baby bib or rattle.
Maybe it's some refrigerator art you
treasure in its faded glory. It could be
your first-born's baby spoon.
Maybe it's an old kitchen gadget or
an apron that your mother used to'
prepare those good home-cooked

meals. Perhaps it was a scarf she
Maybe you kept some old greeting
cards from an adored auntie or great-
You might have a picture of your
grandpa pushing a plow as he toils in
the heat of a summer day. Maybe you
even still have the plow. Maybe it's
your dad's old military picture, or
maybe it's yours.
You might have a picture of your
dad opening up that first dazzling
Christmas tie you ever gave him.
Maybe it was your toddler's first
Easter egg hunt, which you captured
on film or slide.
Take a little time and dig through
your treasure troves for something to
share, and tell us why it means some-
thing to you. If you need help with
the words, we will be honored to
assist you. If you need a picture
taken, we'll come to you or you can

Winning involves more than being No. 1
By THOMAS VINCENT Will there ever be true feel- Maybe I'll get some satis-,
MURPHY ings of satisfaction? faction next year.
While watching the This has become a world-
The world is full of com- Academy Awards recently, where local, national and
petition, greed and the I watched the intense looks international competition
desire for power. Who on some of the nominees has become an important
stands at the top, or whose faces as they waited to see part of life for millions of
No. 1 in a variety of ways, whose name would be, people. The pressures of
is often the main topic of called as the winner of an this world will always be
discussion. Oscar. present, if a person allows
There is a continuous Who would win and be them to.
push to be in the position to considered to be at the top I.often wonder if most of
rule above others in one of their profession? They us are looking for satisfac-
way or another. all realized that an Oscar tion from the wrong things
Will there ever be true could make a major differ- in life. Should we spend so
feelings of satisfaction on ence in their future ,and much time brooding when
this earth? Sometime I how they .would be per- the team you're rooting for
wonder. ceived by' the public and loses, or if we aren't able to
My favorite athletes in their peers. get that top job we, were
most of the sports I enjoy As the winners walked hoping for. een though i'e
are usually those who are ;from the stage with their have been blessed "1ith a
most intense and deter. Oscar in hand, my immedi- great job?
mined to win. ate thoughts were "What As each of us strves to
I have noticed on man\ will they' do for an encore?" reach certain goals in lite.
occasions that after some Perhaps I should be think- v.e must understand that
of them have won a cham- ing how great it is when eern one can't be No' 1. In
pionship, which is consid- someone reaches the pinna- fact, in oinc instances, the
ered the ultimate achieve- cle of their profession. pressure of beinm No. 1
ment, they often comment I must admit, the ways off tiay inotbe as great as you
that they are looking tor- the world have give'mrie a think.
ward to another champi- frame of mind at times that It-might be time for some
onship. has me caught up: in the folks to focus more on
Even though it takes hype. especially "%hen it "thankfulness" and "satis-
tremendous discipline and comes to sports Wh\ can't faction."
sacrifice to become a just enjo\ the Super Bo%% I Advertisers take advan-
champion, the hunger to eien though my hometown tage of our weaknesses by
compete and repeat again boys, the Pittsburgh 'constantly showing us a
seems to stir within them. Steelers aren't playing? better product., whether it's

a better car, or a bigger and
better burger. It seems that
in order for them to
become even richer, they
:can't allom us to become
There may not be such a
thing as total satisfaction,
but in my view there are a
few ways to come as close
as possible.
Living according to your
means, without pressure
and a lot of debt, being
comfortable within your
own skin, surrounding
yourself with quality peo-
ple, and having a strong
spiritual connection are
good assets when looking
for satisfaction in a crazy,
unpredictable world.

bring it in for our photographer to
All you have to do is pick up the
phone and call Deborah at 526-3614.
We have a little more than eight
weeks to gather the material together.
That's not much time, so the sooner
you get your items to us, the better.
We're setting a tentative deadline of
May 28, but the more time we have to
work with the objects and stories, the
better job we can do in presenting
them. Please start sending them as
soon as possible.
There are many ways to get your
items to us.
You can sent any material to us via
e-mail to
(write 'Unforgettable' in the subject
If you'd rather, you can send your
ready contributions to us via tradi-
tional mail at Jackson County
Florida, Attn: Unforgettable, P.O.
Box 520, Marianna, FL 32447.
Please try to include a picture of
yourself in the material, or allow us to
take one.
If you'd like, you can bring every-
thing to the office, located at 4403
Constitution Lane in Marianna. It
would be a good idea to call'ahead,
though, to make an appointment, or
to be sure the people who need to be,
here for you are on the premises.,
Call us if you need help putting
together your story, need a photo-
graph taken, or have a question. Ask
for Deborah at 526-3614.

Public invited
to Blue Springs
Basin meeting

The public is invited to
attend a meeting of the
Jackson Blue Spring Basin
Working Group March 25 in
the Continuing Education
Building Conference Room
at Chipola College.
Presentations begin at 9
a.m. and will run until 1:30
p.m. Chipola science pro-
fessor Allan Tidwell,
Working Group project
coordinator, will direct the
Chuck Hatcher, director
of Jackson County Parks
and Recycling, will give an
update on Blue Springs Park
projects and master plan.
Russell Williams, Jackson
County Springs
Ambassador, will give an
update of the Sinkhole
Clean-up Project.
Edd Sorenson will give an
update on cave system
The documentary,
"Gimme Green: America's
Obsession with Lawns,"
will be presented.
Tom Daniels, retired edu-
cator and Millpond resident,
will discuss fishing in the
Tom Daniels, and John'
and Becky Trott will discuss
the history of the Millpond.
Darrell Smith will discuss
the Suwannee River
David Wright, moderator-
IFAS, will lead a panel dis-
cussion with farmers Craig
Bishop, Larry Ford, Jeff
Pittman, regarding farming
in the Blue Springs Basin.
Attendees are invited to
take a basin field trip to the
A.W. Hatcher Farm.
Old Timer's Day at Blue
Springs is set for May 8.
For information, contact
Allan Tidwell at 718-2761,
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Years," the second
book in the series by Dale Cox.
Natalee Milton, Blue Springs Society Children of
the American Revolution librarian, and her cousin
Anna Beth Milton recently presented the book to Rev.
Norman Bray on behalf of Cox, who inscribed the
. copy, "for my friends at St. Luke's Episcopal Church,
and for all you have done to preserve a special part of
our local history."
Five members of the Blue Springs Society are
descendants of former Gov. John Milton, about whom
a chapter of the book is devoted. Copies of "The
History of Jackson County, Florida: The Civil War
Years" are available at Chipola River Book and Tea in
downtown Marianna.
For information about Blue Springs Society,
N-.S.C.A.R., the nation's oldest patriotic organization
for young people, please contact Senior President
Mary Robbins at or 209-
4066. Dale Cox writes about the Civil War in Florida

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The Smiling Pig organizers

offer pre-registration for run

Works by 13 local and regional artists, including
Nancy Zurenda's paintings of llamas and her exhibit of
llama wool and products made from it, are now on dis-
play at the Jackson County Public Librarys Marianna
branch, as -part of The Artists Guild of Northwest
Florida Inc.'s spring Art in Public Places exhibit. -
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Spring art exhibit

opens at library

A new crop of mixed media
collages, paintings, photo-
graphs and drawings were
unveiled March 15, at the
Jackson County Public
Library's Marianna branch.
The launch marked the start of
The Artists Guild of
Northwest Florida's Spring
Art in Public Places exhibit.
Works by '13 local and
regional artists are now on
display, adding variety and
interest to many comers of the
library. The children's reading
area features two paintings by
Chipley artist Karen L.
Roland, who recreated scenes
from Lewis Carroll's "Alice's
Adventures in Wonderland,"
adding her own special charm
and whimsical touch to the
story's characters.
The beauty of spring.flow-
ers is captured by several
artists. Carol Yoder's "Wicker
Chair with Hat".is a peaceful
scene reminiscent of a garden
setting, and Michele Tabor
Kimbrough's watercolor,
"Gina's Flowers" announces
the arrival of spring blossoms
in Marianna.
"Private Dock" by
Raymond Walden speaks of
calm-water days on area
lakes, while Berit Jackson's
oil painting features a sailing,
ship on the high seas
Photographic images min
black and white and color of
exotic places challenge view-
ers to see beyond the library
walls. According to the Guild,
some of the pieces challenge
the viewer to think "out of the

box," such as Starr
Shumaker's "It Is For You,"
Debi Pelc Menacof's mixed
media collages, "Dawn" and
"Dusk," or Suzanne Payne's
black-and-white photograph,
"Time and Space."
The main room display-
case features Marianna artist
Nancy Zurenda's educational
exhibit, with items created
from alpaca and llama wool.
Texture, color and informa-
tion abound in the display,
complementing Zurenda's oil
painting and drawings of
some of her favorite creatures:
Artists participating in the
spring Art in Public. Places
, exhibit are members of The
Artists Guild of Northwest
Florida Inc.: Pat Crisp,
Suzanne Payne, Helene
Wyckoff, Karen Roland, Starr,
Shumaker, Carol Yoder,
Raymond Walden, Debra Pelc
Menacof, Lois Jones, Nancy
Zurenda, Michele Tabor
Kimbrough, Berit Jackson
and Lesli Longbottom.
Committee members
responsible for exhibit instal-
lation are Judy Brooten, Starr
Shumaker, Sam Camley,
Nancy Zurenda and Tina Van
Fleet. Art In Public Places is
an ongoing program of The
Artists Guild of Northwest
Florida Inc. For information
regarding programs and edu-
cational opportunities, contact
Michele Tabor Kimbrough,
president, at 557-0655 or
-write The Artists Guild of
Northwest Florida Inc., P. 0.
Box 1605, Marianna, FL

The second annual "fun run" will fea-
ture more awards, more participants and
more fun, according to the event's organ-
izers. The Smiling Pig 5K Run/Walk,
which totals just over three miles, is open
to all ages and athletic levels. It will take
place at 8 a.m. Saturday, April 17.
This year, committee leaders are urg-
ing participants to register early, in order
to keep the registration lines and the pre-
run jitters to a minimum. "I think it
makes it a lot easier on the participant if
all'they have to do is show up for the run,
instead of getting there early and worry-
ing about registration and lines," Margo
Lambe, walk/run committee chair said.
Pre-registration packet pick-up will be
Friday night, between 5:30 and 7:30 p.m.

Participants are encouraged to pick up all
their materials the night before the run,
and be ready to go Saturday, morning,,
Anyone who registers before April 14
will pay $15. Those who register on
April 1-1 or later will pa3 $20.
"Last year's race was e.ry successfulF
Lambe said. "The 'fun run' is targeted
for everyone all ages, all athletic abil-
ity it's mostly just a lot of fun."
Trophies will be awarded to the top
three male and female participants' in.
each age group. Additionally, 200 T-
shirts will be given out on a first-come,
first-served basis for those who pre-reg-
ister for the race. Lambe said she expects
more than 200 participants this year, and
hopes the number will keep growing.
Leashed pets are also welcome to
attend and participate, Lambe said.
There will be two courses one for.

walkers and one for runners. The courses
are available for participants to view
online by searching "Smiling Pig 5K
walk/run" on Facebook.
. There will also be a one-mile "Kid
Fun Run" to immediately follow the 5K.
Parents are allowed to participate if their
child dishess but for the most part, this
one's for the kids. The fun run was so
successful last year, event coordinators
art hoping the race will continue to draw
:,crowds to the Marianna Arts and BBQ
Festival again this year.
"I'm really excited, I think people will
be happier with this year's set up. It
should be great," Lambe said.
Any 'questions regarding the walk/run
can be directed to walk/run@marian-, or call Margo Lambe
at 850-482-7721. For more information,

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Dear editor,
I am writing in support of
the current health care bill. It
is not perfect and it is not
what is needed, but it is the
humane thing to do.
To deny our fellow citizens
health care is immoral at best.
This community prides itself
in its religious base. It is time
to forget the politics and do
what is right. It can be fixed
This is the first opportunity
in 60 years to even adjust or
restrain the insurance industry.
It will not come again in our

lifetime if we let it fail.
Starting over is not an option.
Can you or your family
afford an increase in costs of
30 percent or more on a yearly
basis? Mine cannot. The cur-
rent system is broken. We are
the only industrialized country
that does not provide care for
its people. We rank right next
to Cuba when it comes to
If you are truly concerned
with the well-being of your
fellow citizens, you will help
pass this bill. It is the
Christian thing to do. It may
cost you a few dollars, but that
should not be your top priori-
ty. It wasn't a concern when
you where asked for more

money for a bigger church.
Three questions for you:
Did you feed the poor? Did,
you cloth them? Did you care
for them ? You will be
answering these questions
later, and not to me.
Do the right thing the
morally right thing. Pass this
bill and fix it later.
Matt Evans
Not enough parking
Dear editor,
Parking is going to become
a huge issue downtown. I
already have difficulty park-

ing in front of businesses
behind the courthouse. The
local restaurants are going to
find their parking spaces
being used by people who
have business at the court-
Employees at the tag office
will have to walk for blocks,
just to view a new vehicle
before issuing a tag. There
will be more issues I haven't
brought up, and some I'm
sure I haven't thought of yet.
Let's utilize some of these
empty buildings, so our beau-
tiful town doesn't continue to
look like a ghost town.
Loraine Walker


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Senate bill would eliminate teacher tenure


Florida educators are on
edge this legislative session,
as a controversial Senate
bill which will reform how
teachers are paid, and will
determine teacher perform-
ance based on student
achievement, works its way
through the state legislature.
If the education reform
bill, SB 6, is passed, it
would require all teachers
'be retained, certified and
compensated based on stu-
dent achievement, meas-
ured mostly by standardized
test scores. No longer
would districts be allowed
to compensate teachers
based on their experience or
degree level. The bill even
states that any district that
does compensate in this

manner will be monetarily
Catherine Stone, Jackson
County Education
Association president,
explained at the Jackson
County School Board meet-
ing Tuesday that if this bill
were to pass, the state may
see teachers leave in droves.
"Honestly, what will
encourage our educators to
forward themselves and get
their master's degree with
their own money, if we
don't compensate them for
that?" Stone asked. "Every
other career field compen-
sates their professionals for
higher education and more
experience, now we can't?"
School board members
said they plan to watch the
bill's progress through com-
mittee over the coming

"This bill will make some
big changes in our system,
and we need to keep our eye
on it," Frank Waller, middle
and secondary schools
director said at Tuesday's
The bill, sponsored by
Sen. John Thrasher, R-St.
Augustine, is said to be a
move toward more uniform
statewide standards.
Supporters of the bill say it
is intended to develop
teaching standards that will
enhance students' educa-
tion, and reward high per-
formance teachers regard-
less of experience or educa-
Stone says while it may
reward some, it will also
drive out all the good, expe-
rienced and highly educated
teachers the district and the
state have.

Educators have e:
their concern that t
to statewide standard
away much of the a
from local school
and districts.
"All districts are d
in many ways, start
student populations
said. "So how co
form standards run
state work better?'
local districts more
what is needed
Another issue is
sible overhaul of
tenure. The bill p
that starting in July
newly hired teacher
lic and charter
would be on probe
contracts for the f
and on annual c
after that. The sixt
contract would be

he move
rds takes

ring with
s," Stone
uld uni-
n by the
aware of
in their
the nos-

only if teachers met stricter
guidelines for evaluations
and certifications.
"The state seems to
think they can't fire bad
teachers, which is not
true," Stone said.
"It takes a year or two
to observe and document
the poor performance, and
with good cause an educa-
tor can be terminated. So
for them to go this far to
try to eliminate tenure and
punish our good teachers

baffles me."
Despite all the opposi-
tion. there are a few new
standards some educators
A move to end-of-course
exams for all subjects is one
provision of SB 6 that is not
causing too much uproar.
This topic has been up for
discussion' among legisla-
tors for some time; the end-
of-course exams would
eventually replace the

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over group therapy. Both sick call and
medication distribution are both
scheduled at the same time as group
therapy and the group is interrupted
Of the seven files reviewed, none
contained any referrals for a suicide
risk assessment.. However, following
a reevaluation, one youth was identi-
fied and placed on precautionary
observations, or PO. That assessment
was not reviewed or signed by the
program director until 15 days later,
'and there was also no evidence of any
supportive counseling until 15 days
after being placed on PO.
There were several incidents of
missing medication, and one incident
involved an entire bottle of pills being
No protocol or practice was found
to detect or respond to missing med-

One instance where a youth did
not receive his medication as ordered.
The 2009 report indicated a num-
ber of identical issues. Although the
overall assessment was also "accept-
able" and even saw improvement in
some areas, the services involving
mental healthand substance abuse
were still received unfavorable
DJJ officials say the sub-par review
of services in certain areas provided
by Twin Oaks is the reason for not
renewing the contract. However, the
facility's sister program, DOVE'
Vocational, a moderate risk residen-
tial program for girls, just opened its
new DOVE Intensive Mental Health
program this January. Twin Oaks is
the service provider for all three facil-
About 16 other DJJ facilities
scored lower overall than Graceville,

Continued From Page 1A

including, Dozier School for Boys,
which failed its overall performance
review for 2009. Graceville
Vocational may also, be feeling the
effects of statewide budget cuts, esti-
mated at about $10.6 million for the
juvenile justice department.
DJJ officials told the Floridan last
month that state officials were plan-
ning to make up for the budget short-
fall through the possible closure of
some facilities. However, the facili-
ties being examined for possible clo-
sure were said to be in Hillsborough,
Monroe and Osceola counties.
The future of the Graceville cen-
ter's employees is still not con-,
firmed, but Jones says some employ-
ees may be offered positions at other
facilities. The boys at the center will
also be relocated to other state facili-
ties. Graceville Vocational is set to
close its doors June 29.

Victim Continued From Page 1A

to a call Friday that someone had been Officers called EMS, and Thomas to burglarize 4193 Myles St. in
shot in the area of Old' Cottondale was transported to Jackson Hospital's Marianna. Following his release from
Road. When officers arrived, Thomas emergency room for treatment. / hospital, Thomas was arrested and
was located in front of 4169 Old During the investigation, officers booked into the Jackson County
Cottondale Road with a gunshot determined that Thomas was shot in Correctional Facility to await his first
wound to his foot. the foot while he allegedly attempted appearance in court.

Judge Continued From Page 1A

According to Sterling Ivey of the judge. Once the governor accepts the. than three, and no more than six, to the
ExecutiveOffice of the Governor, there resignation, a letter will be sent to a governor. The governor will then have
is a maximum of 120 days from the Judicial Nominating Commission. The 60 days from the date he receives the
day the governor receives the resigna- JNC will then have 60 days to review list to make an appointment from that
tion letter to the appointment of a new candidates and recommend no fewer pool of candidates, Ivey said.

Sexual Continued From Page 1A

According to a press release from
the Marianna police, the victim told
officers that as she walked north
bound on Bumpnose Road talking on
her cell phone, she was approached
by a young black male with a short
afro. driving a silver/grey four-door
The make and the model of the
vehicle are not known.
The release stated that the man
approached the victim, asking her to
get in the car.
She refused, saying she did not

accept rides from strangers.
According to the victim's state-
ment, the man drove away, saying he
would be back.
The release states the man returned
a few moments later and stopped the
vehicle, got out, and slapped the vic-
tim across the face.
The man then threw the victim into
the vehicle and began to try and pull
her clothing off, ripping her shirt in
the process.
The victim managed to escape and
phoned a friend, who lived a short

distance away on North Street.
The friend then called Marianna
police, and stayed with the victim
until they arrived.
According to the release, this inci-
dent is still under investigation.
Police are asking members of the
public with information regarding
this incident, or may have seen a
young black male driving a grey or
silver four-door automobile in the
area, to call the Marianna Police
Department at 526-3125. or
CrimcStoppers at 850-526-5000.

Marianna Chapel Funeral
3960 Lafayette St.
Marianna, FL 32446

Jordan Jr.

Green Jordan Jr.; 82, of
Malone passed away Fri-
day, March 19, 2010.
He was born in Gordon,
Ala., to the late Green Jor-
dan Sr. and Katie Mae
McDaniel. Jordan. He lived
most 6f his life in Malone,.
where he graduated from
Malone High School, was
active in community affairs
and was a member of the
First 'United Methodist
Church of Malone, serving
on the administrative
board for manyyears.
Mr. Jordan served in the
Army and graduated from
Chipola Junior College. In
1953, he purchased- a local
meat market, and in 1973,
organized Jordan's IGA,
which he operated for 50
years. He was mayor of
Malone for 12 years, served,
'as the volunteer fire chief
and was instrumental in
acquiring the first fire truck
for the city.
Mr. Jordan was a mem-
ber of Malone Lions Club,
acting as president for
three terms, and he was on
the PeoplesSouth Bank
board of directors. He en-
joyed spending time at the
lake, golfing, fishing and
being with his grandchil-
He was preceded in
death by his parents; his
brother, Lester Jordan; and
his sister, Louise Rogers.
Survivors include his lov-
ing wife of 57 years, Flor-
ence M. Jordan of Malone;
sons, Dr. Randy Jordan and
wife Michelle, of Dothan,
Ala., and Scott Jordan and
wife Kathryn, of Marianna;
daughter Rebecca Mitchell
and husband Dean, of Pan-
ama City; brother J. W. Jor-
dan and wife Bobbie, of
Malone; sister Patricia
Mathis and husband Ro-
land, of Malone; grandchil-
dren Allison Mitchell Cald-
well and husband Matt,
Alicia Mitchell Boutwell
and husband Matt, Jordan
Mitchell, Hamilton Jordan,
Hannah Brook Jordan,
Harrison Jordan, Hampton
Jordan, Bailey Daugherty,
Keeley Daugherty and
Nicky Barlow; and great-
grandchildren Cody and
Emma Caldwell.
Services for Mr. Jordan
will be Monday, March 22,
at 2 p.m. in the First United
Methodist Church of Ma-

lone with the Rev. Ray-
mond Owens officiating.
Interment will follow in
Pinecrest Memorial Gar-
Visitation will be Sunday,
March 21, from 6 to 8 p.m.
in the First United Method-
ist Church of Malone.
Flowers will be accepted,
or contributions may be
made to First United Meth-
odist Church of Malone, P.
0. Box 727, Malone, FL
-32445, or the charity of
your choice. \
Marianna Chapel Funer-
al Home is in charge of
arrangements. Expres-
sions of sympathy may be
submitted online at

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Marianna, FL 32446


Hilton "Mr. Mac"
McAllister, 83, of Marianna
died Friday, March 19,
Funeral arrangements
will be announced later by
James & Sikes Funeral
Home Maddox Chapel.

James & Sikes Funeral
Home Maddox Chapel
4278 Lafayette St.
Marianna, FL 32446

Gary Bowman

.Gary Bowman Smith, 77,
of Marianna passed away
Monday, March 15, 2010,
in Marianna.
Gary was born Feb. 7,
1933, to Larry Bowman An-
drews and Allie Jane Ellison
Smith in Thomasville, Ga.
He was a member of the
Methodist church and
lived a happy life.
Survivors include devot-
ed niece, Iris Keen and
husband Buddy, of Enter-
prise, Ala.; devoted nephew
O.D. Hunter, Jr. and wife
Diane, of Live Oak and a
host of other family mem-
bers who cared dearly for
The service of remem-
brance is 10 a.m. Wednes-
day, March 24, at Sunland
Chapel. Memorialization
will be by cremation with
James & Sikes Funeral
Home Maddox Chapel di-



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Terrif ic 10

.La'Tilya Baker- Sneads

Cameron Dozier- Graceville

Sharhae Williams- Marianna

TJ Smith- Malone

Mychea Williams- Graceville

Kendall Leeks- Marianna Jessica McClendon- Graceville

Player of the year: Marcus Humose- Cottondale Player of the year: Jakia Grimsley, Cottondale

Pictured are members of the Floridan's Terrific 10 All-
County basketball team. Cottondale's Marcus Humose
was chosen as the Boys Player of the Year, while Travis
Blanton was named Coach of the Year. On the girls'
side, Cottondale's Jakia Grimsley was named Player of
the Year, with Graceville's Jon Habali named Coach of
the Year. The team, is comprised of Humose, Grimsley,
TJ Smith of Malone, Mychea Williams of Graceville,
Kendall Leeks of Marianna, Jessica McClendon of
Graceville, Kruize Pinkins of Marianna, La'Tilya Baker
of Sneads, Cameron Dozier of Graceville, and Sharhae
Williams of Marianna. Honorable mention included Tre
Long of Marianna, Vanessa Olds of Malone, Tre
Jackson of Marianna, Shay Wright of Cottondale, Josh
Rogers of Sneads, Shamiqua Davies of Marianna,
Jamar White of Sneads, Autumn Speigner of Malone,
LaDarius McElroy of Malone, Christina Wynn of
Marianna, RJ Bowers of Marianna, Darien Pollock of
Cottondale, Wynterra Pittman of Graceville, Kevin Potts
of Graceville, Shan Gillette of Sneads, Dominique
Webb of Cottondale, Kiki Paul of Cottondale, Treshae
Patterson of Marianna, Terrance Green of Sneads,
Byron Laster of Graceville, Jeff Davis of Sneads, Marcus
Leonard of Malone, Ty Baker of Malone, Fidel
Montgomery of Marianna, and Nene Gilbert of
Marianna. Mark Skinner/Floridan

The Jackson County Floridan
presents the "Terrific 10" All-
County basketball team, honor-
ing the best boys and girls bas-
ketball players from Jackson
County during the 2009-2010
high school basketball season.
The Floridan staff selected five
boys and five girls for the team
based on their performance dur-
ing the 2009-2010 season.
Marcus Humose, point
guard- Cottondale
The senior guard lit up score-
boards all year, averaging 22
points per game to go along with
five assists and five rebounds.
Humose helped the Hornets
finish first in the regular season
district standings, and had a sig-
nature 32-point performance in
an overtime win over the
Marianna Bulldogs, scoring 25
after halftime.
Jakia Grimsley, point guard-
The slick-handling Grimsley

ran .the show for the Lady
Hornets all season, dishing out
5.5 assists per game, while also
adding 17 points per night.
The junior saved her best for
last, scoring 23 points in a semi-
final win over South Walton in
the district tournament, then
delivering a district title with a
buzzer-beating shot against
Kruize Pinkins, center-
The Bulldogs' big man was the
anchor for the best team in
Jackson County this season,
scoring 16 points and grabbing
nine rebounds per night.
MHS was a balanced team, but
it was Pinkins who was the cata-
lyst for the Bulldogs' 26-win sea-
'La'Tilya Baker, guard-
The speedy Lady Pirates soph-
omore had a breakout season in
2009-2010, helping to lead the
Sneads girls to a much-improved

Baker's 20 points per game led
her team and all of Jackson
Cameron Dozier, point
guard- Graceville
The Graceville sophomore was
virtually unstoppable for much of
the season, putting up a whop-
ping 1,610 points on the year.
Dozier's 24 point per game
average was a county best, and'
he added six rebounds, five
assists, and four steals per game
as well, leading the Tigers to the
district championship.
Mychea Williams, shooting
guard- Graceville
,The sweet-shooting junior led
the Lady Tigers in scoring at 12.8
points per game, and added 2.6
assists and 1.8 steals per night.
TJ Smith, guard- Malone
Smith earns his third straight
All-County honor, as he again
led the Tigers in scoring at 17.6
points per game, shooting 52 per-
cent from the field and 47 per-

cent from the 3-point line.
Smith also added three assists
and three steals per game to help
lead the Tigers to a 21-win sea-
Sharhae Williams,
forward/center- Marianna
The senior post player led the
Lady Bulldogs with 12.2 points
per game, while also adding six
rebounds, two blocks, and two
assists per night.
Kendall Leeks, forward-
The 6-foot, 3-inch junior
proved to be a great compliment
to Pinkins in the post, putting up
14 points and eight rebounds per.
game, while also shooting 75
percent from the free throw line.
Jessica McClendon, center-
The junior post was the leader
of a talented Graceville front
court, averaging a double-double
with 10.7 points and 10.3
rebounds per night.
Boys Coach of the Year

Travis Blanton- Marianna
Girls Coach of the Year
Jon Habali- Graceville
Honorable Mention
Tre Long of Marianna,
Vanessa Olds of Malone, Tre
Jackson of Marianna, Shay
Wright of Cottondale, Josh
Rogers of Sneads, Shamiqua
Davies of Marianna, Jamar
White of Sneads, Autumn
Speigner of Malone, LaDarius
McElroy of Malone, Christina
Wynn of Marianna, RJ Bowers
of Marianna, Darien Pollock of
Cottondale, Wynterra Pittman of
Graceville, Kevin Potts of
Graceville, Shan Gillette of
Sneads, Dominique Webb of
Cottondale, Kiki Paul of
Cottondale, Treshae Patterson of
Marianna, Terrance Green of
Sneads, Byron Laster of
Graceville, Jeff Davis of Sneads,
Marcus Leonard of Malone, Ty
Baker of Malone, Fidel
Montgomery of Marianna, and
Nene Gilbert of Marianna.

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Malone's Jeffrey Pittman delivers a pitch during a game
against-the Aucilla Christian Warriors on Friday night
in Malone. The Warriors won the game 3-2. Mark

Warriors sneak by Tigers 3-2

Aucilla Christian Warriors
got a spectacular pitching
performance from Marcus
Roberts and held off a late
charge by Malone to take a
3-2 win over the Tigers on
Friday night.
Roberts pitched a com-
plete game for the
Warriors and was domi-
nant for much of the night,
striking out 13 batters and
allowing just four hits.
The Warriors' left-han-
der also survived five
walks and a valiant come-
back bid by the Tigers late.
Trailing 3-0 going into
the bottom of the fifth
inning, Malone got a walk
by Hunter Dillard, who
moved to second base on a
ground ball and then
scored on an RBI single by
Jeffrey Pittman. ,
A sacrifice bunt by Will
Dunaway moved Pittman
to second, and Blake
Henson delivered a two-
out RBI single up the mid-
dle to cut the Aucilla lead
to 3-2.
Derek Orsh.ll had a

"You have to take
advantage of your
because a pitcher
like that isn't going
to give you
-Max Harkrider,
Malone coach

chance to keep, the rally
going, but Roberts struck
him out to end the threat.
The Tigers got a runner
in scoring position with
one out in the bottom of the
sixth after a single by
Robert Orshall, who
advanced to second on an
errai)t throw.
But Roberts struck out
Sean Henry swinging, and
Dillard looking, to end the
inning. Malone's Austin
Lockhart reached on a
Warriors error to start the
bottom of the seventh, then
rihoved to second base on a
ground ball by Pittman.
Roberts then struck out

Dunaway swinging for the
second out, bringing
Henson back to the plate
with the tying run in scor-,
.ing position. A wild pitch
allowed Lockhart to move.
to third, but Roberts kept
him there by getting
Henson to swing at strike
three to end the game.
Malone coach Max
Harkrider credited Roberts,
for a splendid pitching per-
formance. But the coach
said his team didn't capital-
ize on the opportunities it
"He's good," the coach
said of Roberts. "He's a
good pitcher, but we had
chances. The back-to-back
strikeouts in the sixth and
seventh really hurt us. You
have to take advantage of
your opportunities because
a pitcher like that is not
going to give you any-
Pittman -started on the,
mound for the Tigers and
pitched well, going the full
seven innings and allowing
eight hits and three walks,
while striking out five."
Trent Roberts put Aucilla
on the board in the first

inning with an RBI single
to score Josh Wood.
The' Warriors got two
more in the. fifth inning on
a steal of home by Wood,
and an RBI single by Kent
With the loss, the Tigers
dropped to 6-4 overall and
3-2 in district play.
Malone was coming off
of an 8-7 road victory over
FAMU on Thursday night
in Tallahassee.


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Chipola drops second straight to Gulf Coast


The Chipola Indians
baseball team dropped its
fourth straight Panbandle_
Conference game Saturday
at Chipola Field, falling to.
Gulf Coast 8-6. ,4
The Indians were coming
off of losses of 7-1 and 5-4
to Tallahassee earlier this
week, and a 13-5. defeat at
the hands of' the
Commodores on Friday in
Panama City.
With Saturd-ay's loss,
Chipola falls to 3-5 in
league play, four games
back in the loss column to
the first-place
Commodores (4-1).
Cam Greathouse started
on the mound for Gulf
Coast on Saturday and got
the win, going seven
innings and allowing three
earned runs on four hits,
seven walks, and nine
Nick Allbritton picked
up the save for the
Commodores, going two
innings and allowing three
earned runs on two hits,
two walks, and a strikeout.
Rodney Quintero started
for Chipola and took the
loss, giving up four earned
runs on four hits, four
walks, and four strikeouts

in 4 1/3 innings.
The Commodores got a
monster offensive day from
Tyler Reimer, who con-
nected on a three-run home
run in the third inning and a
two-RBI double in the
Bryce Lane was also 2-
for-4 with a solo home run
in the fifth, three runs
scored, and two RBI for
Gulf Coast. -
For Chipola, Aaron
Etchison was 2-for-5 with a
home run and two RBI, and
Blake Newalu was 2-for-3
with two runs.
Chipola got on the board
,first with an RBI ground
out by Joey Rapp to score
Newalu in the firstinning.
But Gulf Coast answered
in the third inning, taking
advantage of a pair of
walks by Quintero to set up
Reimer's three-run shot on'
a 3-2 pitch over the right
field wall.
Etchison's solo homer in
the bottom of the seventh
and RBI double in the eight
brought the Indians to
within a run at 4-3.
But the Commodores
quickly responded in 'the
top of the ninth off of
Chipola reliever Duncan
Lane's. RBI single put
Gulf Coast up two, setting

up Reimer's two-run dou-
ble to make it 7-3.
Another RBI double by
Nick Ratajczak capped a
four-run inning for the
Chipola tried to rally in
the bottom of the ninth,
loading the bases with only
one out.
rAfter Allbritton fanned
SLeVon Washington for the
second out, he beaned Eric
Sauls to bring -Michael
Revell to the plate to make
it 8-4.
Jonathan Gilbert then
delivered a two-RBI single
to score Newalu and Rapp
to trim the margin to. two
Etchison had a chance to
hit another big shot with
runners on the corners, but
Allbritton got him to fly
out to center field to end
the game.
In Friday's game, the
Commodores used a seven-
run seventh inning, with
three runs added in the
eighth, to rally from a 5-3
deficit to win in eight
Chipola got off to a nice
start with a two-run home
run by Sauls in the second
inning. Washington added
a solo shot in the fourth,
and Gilbert a two-run job

in the sixth.
But in the seventh, the
Commodores started to
take control, loading the
bases -and chasing Chipola
starter Austin Wright in the
Facing Midkiff on in
relief, Mike Love delivered
an RBI single for the first
Gulf Coast' run of the
After a wild pitch
allowed Lane to score to tie
the game, Whitt Dorsey put
the Commodores in front
for good with a two-RBI
double to right field for a 7-
5 lead.
Ratajczak then delivered
the dagger shot with a
three-run home run to left
field to make it 10-5.
In the bottom of the
eighth, Dorsey came up big
again with a two-RBI sin-
gle to make it 12-5 Gulf
A bases-loaded single by
Cameron Graves off of
Johnny Cristi ended the
game on the eight-run rule.
Andrew Morris .started
on the mound for Gulf
Coast and allowed 'five
earned runs on six hits, five
walks, and five strikeouts.
Chipola will conclude its
series with Gulf Coast on
Monday at 5 p.m. in
Panama City.

Dean's walk-off lifts Marianna past Catholic


Mallory Dean hit a solo
home run in the bottom of
the seventh inning to give
the Marianna Lady
Bulldogs softball team a
4-3 win over Pensacola
Catholic on Friday night
in Marianna.
The win moved the
Lady Bulldogs to 13-2 on
the season, including 9-1
in district play.
Hali Stout started in the
circle for Marianna and
struck out 12 batters,
walking just one, and giv-
ing up eight hits.
Marianna got on the
board first in the bottom of
the second inning, with

Stout getting a single,
stealing to third, and scor-
ing on an RBI single by
Maya Boykin.
Pensacola Catholic
answered with two runs in.
the top of the third to go
ahead, but the Lady
Bulldogs tied the game up
in the bottom of the fourth.
Stout again led off with
a single, stole second, and
eventually came home on
a wild pitch to make it a 2-
2 game.
In the bottom of the
fifth, it Jennifer
Cramer leading off with a
double, with Dean moving
her to third with a single.
Whitney Lipford then
gave the Lady Bulldogs
the lead with an RBI sacri-

fice fly to score 'Cramer. Cott(
But the Lady Crusaders 6 p.r
rallied back in the top -of -
the seventh with a double I
and a triple to tie the game
and stay alive..
In the bottom of the sev-
enth, Cramer was retired
for the first out of the
inning, bringing the fresh-
man Dean to the plate with
the bases clear.
After looking at a ball,
Dean took .the next pitch
over the left field fence to
end the game.Dean fin-
ished the day 2-for-3, with
Cramer going 2-for-4, and
Stout 2-for-3 with two
runs scored. Boykin and
Brandi Middleton also had
two hits each.
MHS next plays at

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There's just no escaping baitcasters

My first bumbling attempt to use a bait-
casting reel came in 1959. I was seven
years old. Those familiar with both bait-
casters and seven-year-olds may already
see where this is headed.
I recall two specific results of that inau-
gural cast.
One, the plug tied to
the line traveled a grand
total of perhaps five
feet before being
stopped short by a
hopelessly snarled
Two, I was yelled atI
loudly by my grandfa-
ther, the owner of the
reel with which I was bob Kornegay
not supposed to be
playing and the unfortunate soul to whom
fell the responsibility of picking, pulling,
untangling, and vociferously cussing the
"bird's nest" from the spool of old-fash-
ioned braided-fiber fishing line.
It was, in short, a traumatic experience.
I became terrified of baitcasting reels, not
to mention the possibility that Daddy
Buck might never take me fishing again.
Baitcasters were, I henceforth believed,
little more than menacing, stainless-steel
robots whose sole purpose was devouring
fishing line, getting little boys into deep
trouble, and motivating grownups to swear
voluminously-while foaming rabidly at the
Looking back, I might never have
learned to cast at all had not spincast reels
become immensely popular soon after my
first baitcasting try.
Spincasting proved disgustingly easy.

My old hand-me-down Zebco 33 stood me
in good stead throughout my angling
It was foolproof; an aluminum-encased,
stationary-spool reel with push-button
operation and few, if any, backlash prob-
lems. I was also happy when, in high
school, I graduated to spinfishing.
Those under-slung, exposed-spool spin-
ning reels were space-age cool and, with a
minimum of practice, no problem to cast.
Likewise, backlashes were no issue.
Then along came the bass fishing boom
of the late 1960s and early 70s. Suddenly,
baitcasting reels, much to my chagrin,
were back in vogue.
Real men were now using them to drag
big largemouths from big reservoirs. They
were newly rediscovered, burly fishing
tools for tough, burly fishermen. With
them, one could set a hook with a deep,
testosterone-laced grunt.
Wimpy little spincast and spinning reels
deserved little more than the occasional
"ooh." To borrow from the era's pop cul-
ture, baitcasters were Led Zeppelin.
Spincast and spinning reels were Michael
Jackson and Elton John.
There was no choice. I had to learn bait-
casting. After all, I was beyond the point-
when the male voice changes and I now
had hair on my chest (Well, one or two lit-
tle ones.)
I had an image to uphold. Besides,
Cletus Monroe had recently learned to use
a baitcaster and was gleefully holding that
fact over my head. For me, it was a matter
of survival.
"Aw, don't be so scared, Hoss," said
Clete. "These things ain't like what they

used to be. They're plumb easy now.
Nowhere near as aggravatin' as that old
thing your granddaddy had."
I thumbed through my outdoor catalogs.
They agreed: "6 to 1 gear ratio, quick-
change spool, ball-bearing levelwind,
magnetic anti-backlash feature."
Whoa! What was that last thing? Anti-
backlash? Yessiree! Gimme the best one
you got! (Are y'all familiar with that old
saying about how fishing tackle is made to
catch fishermen, not fish?)
With rapt anticipation, I waited three
weeks, When my new, modern, "no-has-
sle'" baitcasting reel arrived, I excitedly
removed it from the box, filled it with line,
and affixed it to my equally new casting
rod. In the backyard, I tied on a practice
plug, pressed the reel's release button,
reared back, and made my first cast.
D6ji vu. The plug traveled a grand total
of perhaps five feet before being stopped
short by a hopelessly snarled backlash.

The profane vocalizations I heard, though,
were not my grandfather's.
They were now my own. I also heard
Clete's raucous laughter. Had my casting
rod not been new, I'd have happily stuck
it...Well, you get the picture.
No. friends, the ending here is not what
you might think. I didn't give up baitcast-
ing then and there for the second time. I
Eventually, I actually became pretty
adept at it. Sure, I still backlash from time
to time, though I now refer to the occa-
sional mishap as "professional override."
After all, I'm a famous outdoor writer and
must keep up appearances.
Through it all, however, I gotta admit I
still have a soft spot in my heart for spin-
casting and spinning and the trouble-free
angling they offer. True, they might not
come up to Led Zeppelin, but old M.J. and
Elton made some right good music back in
the 60s and 70s, too.

Weekly fishing report

for local lakes, rivers

Bass have slowed a bit, but
fish are still being caught
near spawning grounds and
from the staging areas.
Sandbars in Spring
Creek and Fish Pond Drain
are especially good spots.
Crankbaits are still the
norm in the migration
ditches near sandy-bottom
As usual, use the a fish locator,
then, if necessary, switch to
the Carolina-rig or a lightly
weighted Texas-rig lizard.
Spawning activity con-
finues to increase. When
bedding bass are found,
tube baits fished on spin-
ning gear are a good
Crappies are still good
and becoming more and
more shallow with the
warming water.
Small tube baits on light
line are producing some
nice catches.
Hybrids are slow at pres-
ent with catfish becoming
more consistent.
Bream are slow.
Bass are fair.
The fish, for the most
part, remain at shallow-to-
medium depths with fish
on the main-lake ledges
and up the creeks becoming
less and less suspended and
tending to hold more tight-
ly to cover.
That said, there is some
indication that the large-
mouths are more willing
now to "chase" a bait, mak-
ing the .tighter-holding fish
a bit more forgiving of less-.
than-accurate casts.
Spoons are doing quite
well on the ledges at pres-
ent and targeting ledge
areas is probably the best
bet right now.
White bass and stripers
are active below the dam
and catfish in the tailwaters
are said to be excellent.
Crappies are beginning
to do well in the creeks.
Fish deep drop-offs with
Trolling with jigs is also
starting to pay off.
Bream are slow.
tailwaters are producing
the best action right now.
Water conditions are
much improved, though
still not "peak" for this time
of year.

to the

There is fair white bass,
hybrid, and striped- bass
Use soft-bodied jigs or
small, live crayfish for the
best results.
Catfish are very good.
Boating anglers in the tail-
waters and bank fishermen
have taken some good
catches of pretty sizable
fish over the past week.
Channels cats, blue cats,
and flatheads are becoming
more and more consistent.
Shad or cut bait is the bait
of choice right now.
Bream fishing is till slow
overall, but should be pick-

ing up soon.
A few crappies are being
caught, primarily by
anglers on the "lake" side,
above the dam. Minnows
are the bait of choice.
There are few positive
bass reports from the dam
and points north.
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Kindel Lanes weekly bowling report

Monday Night Hi Rollers
Team Standings
1) Jackson BP 76-32
2) Smith's Supermarket 61-47
3) Now What 60-48
4) Whatever Whenever 57 .5-50.5
5) Adam's Funeral Home57-51
6) Mary's Child Care 55-53
7) Wolf Pack 44-64
8) Kindel Lanes, 43-65
9) Whoops 36.5-71.5
High Team Game- Whatever whenever
High Team Series- Whatever Whenever
High Game Female-AshleeBooth 212
HiIh Game Male- Don Still 247
High Series Feimale- Ashlee Booth 622
High Series Male-Don Still: 648
**Christine Smith: All Spare Game**'

Tuesday Morning Coffee League
Team Standings
1) Misfits 76.5-43.5
2) Davis Optometry 76-44
3) Champion Tile 64.5-55.5
4) Pacers 63.5-56.5
5) Family Dentistry 63-57
6) 1001 Uses 61-59
7) Gazebo 51.5-68.5
8) James & Sikes 51.5-68.5
9) Jim's Buffett & Grill 53-67
10)Marianna Animal Hospital 41.5-78.5
High Game Female- Cheryl Gaffaney
High Game Male- Dan Harris 254
High Series Female- Cheryl Gaffaney
High Series Male- Coy Hess 595
High Team Game- 1001 Uses 991

High Team Series- Pacers
Tuesday Night Mixed League
Team Standings
1) Dan's Family 71-45
2) Our Gang 68-48
3) Precision 64-52
4) Backwoods Bowlers 63-53
5) Allstate -7.5-58.5
6) Grassy Pond Mini Storage 55-6
7) Original Garners 54.5-61.5
8) Sonny's BBQ 53-63
9) Roll With It 52-64
10) Just Spare Us 48-68
High Team Game- Roll With It
High Team Series- Backwoods Bo
High .Game Female- Shirley Watts
High Game Male- Gillie Smith
High Series Female- Shirley Watts

2760 High Series Male- Gillie Smith 682
Wednesday Night Mixed
Team Standings
1) Here for the Beer 79-37
2) DBBLL Trouble 69-47
3) Jay's Gang 68-48
4) Kindel Pro Shop 65.5-50.5
5) Hollis Body Shop 62-54
51 6) Mr. Bingo 58.5-57.5
7) Split Decision 56.5-59.5
8) Perfection's Car Wash 55-61
9) Redwood Bay Lumber 54.5-61.5
High Team Game- Jay's Gang 1198
988 High Team Series-DBBLL Trouble
)wlers 3360
High Game Female- LuAnn 235
s 219 High Game Male- Zack Davis 258
255 High Series Female- LuAnn 618
s 613 High Series Male- Jack Townsell 667

After a blazing 8-0 start
to the season, the Marianna
High School Bulldogs have
dropped three of their last
four games to fall to 9-3.
The three losses were all
district games, with the
Bulldogs being outscored
33-3 and held to just nine
The latest defeat came
Friday night with a 12-2
road loss to Arnold.
Marianna had their ace,
Alex Bigale on the mound.
Bigale went three com-
plete innings but was
plagued by errors behind
him, giving up six runs,
with only. three of those
being earned.
In the bottom of the first,
Bigale erased a lead off
single when the runner was
picked off trying to steal
With two outs, the
Marlins could not execute a
run following two consecu-
tive walks as the lead run-
ner was out trying to take
But the Marlins plated
three runs in the bottom of
the second inning all
With one out in the top of
the third, Clayte Rooks
reached on an error but was
doubled up when Austin
Branch flied to right field.
Arnold scored three runs
on three hits and an error in

drops thirc
the bottom of the inning to
go up 6-0.
Michael Mader came on
in relief in the fourth
The lead-off batter
reached on an error, which
was followed by a ground
out back to the mound and
a fly out to left field.
An intentional walk to
the cleanup batter put run-
ners on the comers, but a
fly out to right ended the
inning with no damage.
The Bulldogs plated two
runs in the top of the fifth
Following a ground out,
Dustin O'Heam singled
and moved to second on a-
single by Bradly'
Rooks took advantage of
an error to load the bases
for Branch's RBI single.
Colby Johnson followed
with a single, but a base-
running error and a- strike-
out ended the inning with
two runners left stranded.
Three runs crossed the
plate for Arnold in the bot-
tom of the fifth.
Two singles, a walk, and
a hit batter was topped off
by a double before Mader
retired the last batter on
strikes to get out of the
inning trailing 9-2.
The Bulldog bats
remained dormant in the
top of the sixth with two
strikeouts and a fly out to
With one out in the bot-

1 game in its last four, fall to Arnold 1

tom of the inning, Mader
gave up a home run to left
field, with a single follow-

Jaren Bannerman was
brought on in relief, and a
hit batter was followed by a
ground out to shortstop.

A shot to right field
scored two more to end the
game on the mercy rule.
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Lady Pirates take wins

over GHS, Bozeman

The Sneads-Lady Pirates
picked up a pair of victories
to end the week, beating
Graceville 17-6 on
Thursday on the road, then"
coming back home Friday
to top Bozeman 11-2.
With the consecutive dis-
trict wins, the Lady Pirates
improved to 11-3 overall
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In Thursday's game,
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The Lady Pirates led just
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"We hit the ball much
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Aleisha Edenfield started
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way out of a bases-loaded,
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Edenfield struck out two
Graceville batters in a row
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runs crossing.,
She found herself in the
same position again in the
fourth, but this time
Johnson brought in Karissa
Childs to clean up the mess.
Childs'used the same for-
mula that Edenfield did in
the third, striking out two in
a iow and inducing a pop
out to end the inning.
In Friday's game, Childs
started and went the whole
way, al o%% ing just four hits
and no walks, with five
In the first inning, Childs
got some run support from
her fellow pitcher, as
Edenfield hit a two-run
home run to key a four-run
first inning.
"We hit the ball pretty
good against Bozeman as
well," Johnson said. "It was
nice to see that after we
struggled so much against
Chipley earlier in the


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ADVERTISE IN gI bTDiamon r Bahia i :.7 residentialforent Austin Tyler & Assoc Compass Lk in Hills Fisher 07' 1600 Alu-
SC THE aI i Cluter Nelac, ^ c.-erminal or rent 50-526-3355 ders smin. pond, mem- Mercury 4 stroke,
E L I inh ggld cr.4n. d t 47 .:r "Property Mgmt is bers can rent RV low hours, loaded,
Sav asrg0 Ii___________ -1 our ONLYBusiness" sites, boats, cabins, like new, $7,900. 334-
ir.m .e.e. Play tennis, ride 714-5860
Facilities Maintenance Instructor a i,.r Free Pets Policy :er 334 '5 342 I co d FL horses, fish, or relax
334.790.V,7'.pe dsre 3 lov-" Beautiful & swim in the pool Javelin '99 19' Rene-
Will teach construction trades to tour pet deseres 3 lo- Apartment- 2/1 stylish & $12,500 OBO 850-832- gade F/S bimini
young adults. Five years related trades C cemetery Lots in. ca home. An ad employment Unfurr, d renovated, Quiet & 2333 DONT WAIT! top,cover,exc cond,
experience as well as excellent 5 i ,5KTDarod lfir a free pa may drao n d "iua friendly neighbor- garage kept 175hp
communcation skills re needeA 2 Plots in Garden of u n om iid n .. hood. Big yard 68$750 *Jackson County, FL* $9500 334-726-5909
background in training or teaching is Valor $lk/ea & 3 golds_ i but carn e S, e I i n qie t334-300-3688 757/ac @$7006a
preferred. HS diploma or equivalent spaces in Mosuleum b raresech or breeding pr- area. i n,0 m 0 High & Dry, KEYWEST 17' 6" like
referred. Must be able to satisfy an $k/ea PinMosuleum Ce re-ad. a n e Please cren re. ,i a.,lable Apr.I I. Nearly New 2 BR Mature Timber new, suzuki mtr 115
required. Must be able to satisfy an $k/ea Pine Crest ue dg cs rully when 850 3 5 Home Hwy 90 E Ready to Thin, hp 4 stroke, gps trol-
extensive background screening & have Memorial Garden. _,t or .,ner r,. jIananimala $600/mo, $250 dep Near Hwy 231 ling mtr, cd/fm/am.
a valid drivers' license. Please e-mail 850-482-8196 lain .r ett ang l t FREE 1i month rent 850-526-8367 Call owner $16,000. 334-347-1887 or fax to 02-2668948. bands on each CareSeeker on 2BR 1%BA in nice 850-509-8817 or 334-449-0162
Visit for more details. side. Pd $2,600. Dogsneighborhood. Mobile Homes Nicely wooded 1.25
EOE/AA/M/F/D/V new at Kays asking neral 850-482-5134 for Rent acre lots in Malone, .
$1,500. firm. no CKC Chocolate lab Mobile homes al- -,
appraisal puppies, males $250 WELCOME HOME 2/1 near Sunland lowed with restric-
OPERATIONS AUDITOR/ACCOUNTANT i serious inq. only females $200. 334- Currently taking WILLOWBEND $450/mo $500 dep.1 tions. 850-569-5211 -
m erchan se I 334-790-4892 72p-570I Rodney applica ons for W ,., : .' .
Farm Credit of NW Florida is seeking anS 4 904892 726-5708 Rodney pp n APARTMENTS yr lease 850-693-0570
candidate for the Loan Operations CADT2APARTMENTS
Department in Marianna. 850-526-3991 850-593-5137 Have 2 & 3 BR MH C'dale. recratio Sailboat 7e ,.Cacalin,'
Response ilities include: high risk and CKC Reg. Jack Rus- 850526&2BR Apts Rent $500 & up H20/ ,. rma de-
participation accounting, internal file Miscellaneous sell Puppies io. old starting at $481 sewer/garb. incl. ai c.di. ver, lowers
audits, exception reporting and other for Sale Vetchecked $250. Food Services Equal Housing http://www. -l: th ,-. 2.,. Roller
moderately complex accounting and f 334-792-6994. Director for Blue Opportunity charlo.c.ur,tr,I;i;r,. ur.r. bmr,, head,
operational functions. Must have strongS springs Baptist iDDn7ll ,:,,\ nr,,l.I.r,r nGood
attention to detail and ability to work BF Goodrich Tires Conference 4 6 .:a ,nd. Da,. @I Snug
with minimal supervision. Ideal BF L M raIK cnNEWe is Tire I G d', Tr l R 1, r, ;N-6.334-
candidate will have accounting and/or LIKE NEW BMeefits3 rs 2 3BR H'.i rl. yrsBR .IB000.
bank audit experience backed by Size 305/65 R17 Managerial/ r .
businessaccounting or similar on ncealuminum E i Cookng exp. req. 2/1 Duplex CH/A (850)209-8595. ATVs -
dus s un n mi rear i 8ck up applica- Carpet, $500 + dep. 2BR/IBA in Alford,
education. Related experience w ith real Air ~ondit oners off w h /4l ton8Lug. i Chpe ylyo s- Frp lex, $500 rA4 d
estate law firm or title company will be off 3/4 ton Chevy tons 8- 4288 B 2nd Ave. Ap- $350 + dep 850- 579- -
considered. Salary is commensurate with 2008 Kubota BX24 $1,000.00674 2650 Lakeshor Dr applications in mailbox 4622/209-1664/573-
experience. To apply, forward letter of Compact Tractor, (334) 798-0674 lifers 850-526-3676 By door. 850-526- 1851 66... ...tie
interest and resume to: Loader, backhoe, 3538/209-0480 -- --uiru Diesel, 4x4, Asking .- I 2or3BRMHin *
M..$4600, don't miss out, Place your ndpndent Grnwd $425-$435
contact your ndeend houses Unfurnishedwater/sewer/garb Seacraft, '89 20ft; ad in our \Contractors lawncare incl. 850- Center Console, boat,
S441 \ needed to deliver Z 1 duple., n Grand 69-1015 mot225HP Johnson Mtr,
REPORTER I Sals nd ,,l the Montgomery Rid .- 40 m., +$400 /2 MH all elec. Dual Axle Tr. w/
Au Advertiser early dep 850-592-5571 ater/sewer/garb/ *08 ArcticCat UTV brakes,wh., runs
The Army Flier is currently Farm^^^^ Equipment . {Fru;t.,, vegetables. 1 a.m. in ELBA area. lawncare incl.$550
The Army Flier is currently Farm Equipment Fr allFrank 2 I off.e ir, Grnd +dep 850-5924625 prowler 700 EFI, 4X4, wll, very clean,
l i f a l3Aucio. SatM rh 334-391-2688. Ridge. uetepr, ,n5 -59 2-warn winch, other Great cond. $6,850.
2;' 2.010. Barn. Iim. E. Sawyers Pdep'. $62, m. or rn Country Living: 2BR extras, only 70 mi. 334-696-5505.
looking for a full time Aucio. S n ay s Produce 1 r4-91-2688. i d 12So
Reporterof ren Ir. Freh Y name toooun 8 dCI. 724I4 IBA MH in C'dale, $9500 334-379-8733 Seado RXP '05,Jet
Reporter F R. You name i... 400 850-352-2090 4 Wheeler 06 Yamaha Ski, 60 hrs, very
CrnRnrnCunsrrspt. and grow your Fr P We CLASSIFIED r, MobileHomes Raptor 700-w/Xtras clean, life jacket &
Tn,,Arm%.,fhtr rirn i ng ior .t.' 7..Eof m1MobileHomes0 Low hours. Very cover incl. $5500 850-
ThtArI... r -l..rurr nt,m lnr L.c.:. Au,:,r4 J41s191iN3ss !L I i- i has it.1 n* $i0 dep 850569 in Parks good cond. (334) 791- 527-4455
a full-t.m: rep.:.r r.:, trite il. and 850-594520 USine s 8____ 81914000 OBOTerry73 Bass Boat
Prr-. i -ou in.soper t.-. i, a.r. r It ri.iini r.. -: 4x4 0Polar0s Mossy 14', 17 HP motor,
: .:-,lie. ;r, i. urr al.m or .1 2/2 $390, 3/2 $490 Oak camo edition, trailer $500 691-8066
r,- i,.- 1 5.r-. prefeirr-.,l Cottondale, Lg lots Very powerful ATV.
850-249-4888 Automatic. w thumb Wellcraft 88' 23 ft
Rent to Own 2 & 3BR select 2wd or 4wd. Center counsel, 225
Rent : ic. reat condo $2900.00 Johnson outboard.
MH's. 5Lo 334-798-2857 $4500. in electronics.
Apply at 9 t r2entc d 290.00 _Grrda c
Fordetills8505597: -Sale $7,000. 334-235-
S3432/850-814-6515 Dirt bike Kawasaki 2995
Or mail your resume to: KX80, tuned, really
Louise Thomas. HR Generalist, real estate fast $1300. 334-389- amp ravel
Media General Mid-South Market Group, reside alforsalBoats Trl ers
P.O. Box 1968, Dothan, AL 36302 tallr. B14' New Enclosed
Ii 15 amp Anlique uprIgr pi. Craftsman Tc,:olbo, HP All ,n One POLITICAL 2008 Fisher 1754, for $2200 or trade
Firestorm tabel saw no w/bench $200 w/tools included Copier/printer/scann COMMENTARY- 40hp mercury, d4 for an RV/ Travel
w/legs $75 850-593- 850-593-5580 $250 OBO 850-879- er. like new, $125 BOOKS $3 EA; stroke mtr guide' Trailer/5th wheel/
6305/272-7744UA TECH AUAR- 4365 OBO 850-879-4365 (850)592-2507 trolling mtr, Hum- '99-'04 with slide and
2 office chairs, blue & IUM FILTER 30-60 Desk with chair $25 MALIBU Factory Rims Q HEADBOARD& bilge pump, live well, 4pa-y 7erence73850
mahogany $10/ea GAL $10 850-593-5580 w/hub caps, 2001,15 DRESSER NEW Homesfor Sale 334-798-0010.5577332
_J 850-209-0425 (850)592-2507 Dining set- Solid inch, $50 All CREAM W/WOOD 22ft SeaRay, 2005 Gulfstream 5th
3 DR HAND PAINTED Ashley Bed & Chest- wood dining table (850)482-2636 $250 (850)592-2507 14 2/1w/new $ No Motor! Wheel, 4 slideouts,
CHEST $100 (850)209- Q bed frame&Chest. with six chairs. $350 Mens baseball cleats RIDING MOWER- carpet, $15,900. 256-365-0328 $25,000
Northwest Florida Community Hospital 2207 Indian Springs. $500 (850)482-4937 sz 82 & 9, $20/ea Murray Widebody, 14X703/2 $18,900 850-482-8256
Is seeking : (850)209-7780 DISNEY 850-526-0086 12.5hp, 40" cut $350. 850-763-7780 2Bayliner 95PR &
Skllong-term care experience, familiared Nursing Unit Director. RN with Straight back chairs BABY WALKER- LIKE COLLECTIBLE- MOTORCYCLE- 1999 DW 3/2 looks good
Floridalong-term requirements; $50; (850)592-2507 NEW $25 DUMBO IN BOX; $30 COVER- CYCLE SAC Russian 7.62 x 54 w/Freplace $27,900 Mercruicer engine .
management experience preferred 5 gallon ShopVac $15 (850)592-3380 (850)592-2507 $25 (850)592-2507 sling, baynette, 20 New 16X80 3/2 $5,500. 334-685-2222 -
MedSurg/SCU Nurse Manager. RN with 850-593-6305/272- Bag boy hand golf FOLDING LAWN MOTORCYCLE 850-263-2701 $35,900850-763-7780 Bayliner Trophy 97
acute care, Med/Surg and ICU 7744 cart with small CHAIR- BLUE $5 RADIO- WORKS 20 ft. cuddy cabin '0,.6-0
experience; management experience wheels $28 850-482- (850)592-2507 GREAT, $125 Self-propelled Crafts- 3/2 Brick Home 175hp Evenrude ,. ,n 1 5h .h
preferred. 7bottledsriMkona Vifeor 8700 FREE appliances if (850)592-2507 man w/bag ex cond, 1892 SF New Rof Ocean Pro very good COPPERCANYON BY
Lab Manager. Requires Florida Supervisor 7.850-209-2036. BASKET MAKING you coe pick up. New Brown queen- 26X30 Storage bldg $5900.3345961694 bright& sc. 1g.lvg.
License, Bach'elor's degree and at least 3 8mREED- 4 LG ROLLS 850-526-2414 size comforter with SMALL STAINLESS X-Lg Lot Dothan,
License, Bachelor's degree and at least 3 8mm Spanish Mauser $20 (850)592-2507 matching sheet set. STEEL REFRIG AL 3- 7@956Dotaravelle -0721'" area, built in cabi-
years experience preferred, w/60 rounds of am- 20 (8 92 25 Futon, blonde wood S AL 334-796-9566 Caravelle 07 TV & built in
mo $145850-263- BED FRAME- ADJUST- arms $100850-593- $125 (850)482-5027 (BRAND NEW) $75 Bowrider. 45 hours, neTV & built in
S2701 ABLE $25 6305/272-7744 New lighted ceiling (850)209-2207 3/2 in Chipley with Mercruiser 350 MPI r/adio n nd
SApplications available online at st new Craftsoden pan- Sport craft treadmill, Several Uprades. @ 260 hp. Bimini top. w/surroun d sound, or at the Information Desk. Almost new Crafts- (850)592-2507 Girlsageant dress, els $25OBO 850-482- overy goo d1 $74,900 Guf Coast Snap in carpet nd g. d/rm, king bed
Fax to 850-638-0622 Attention Human man push mower BIRD-PARROT HOW z 2 $25 0 7888 850-209-0425 Realty 850-265-4426 covers. A ton of ac- w. storage, dbl. cls -
Resources or email to dblount@nfch org w/rear bag mulcherr TO- BOOKS $5&UP 0086 cessories included-- ets, built in chest
Human Resources phone 850-415-8106. $175 850-482-8700 (850)592-2507 Girls shoes $30, Boys Nice beige 3 piece Tanning Bed Bulbs, HomeforSale/ Call for all of the ex- drawers, priv. bath,
NFCH is an equal opportunity employer Aluminum Shed Bow-mathews mis- shoes $15, both size 2 livingroom set. In- (over800 hrs left) Leaseption tras. Excellentcondi- w/stool, shower &
doors(2), 47 1/2"W sion X3, fully loaded 850-526-0086 cludes, couch and $8/ea or $250 f Lpt ion $27,000.00 sink dinettes, super
x72"H with jambs with arrows and loveseat w/built in 34 850-209-5294 (334)300-1122. nice 29,500. 334-805-
$70ea (850)482-2636 broadheads, includes GOLDWING- Heel-Toe recliners, and a Recently Foreclosed,4906 or 3347920010
hard case. $400 Shifter $75, starter separate recliner. Troy brush cutter / Slecial Financing CROWNLINE '07, 210
JA C K S O N A forsale: (850)573-0598 $50; (850)592-2507 Non-smoke home. trimmer $75850- Available,AnyCredit, Bowrider /wake 29ft. Fleetwood 1997,
$15/doz. Discount for $5080_)57sloti-0599 593-6305/272-77e44 Any Income board tower. 350mag fully self contained,
bulk sales. Call Paul BROWN GOLDWING SEAT- new bed, slide out &
S 850-482-4285 MICROSUEDE- MOTORCYCLE $150 Old oak ironing Truck Tire- 235 70R16 3BD,2BTH, 1200SqFt, 300hp, like new, anop a
SAntique fringed sat- (850)592-2507 b lug rim $30 (850)482- Phoenix Rd., Bascom, Fisher '01 Hawk 18 1272
in scarf palace, tea HANDPAINTED (850)579-4146 2636 $39,900 Visit foot, Class 2, with
rose, $30,850-592- Cedar logs, already CUPBOARD- FREE 115 Mercury out- 5th Wheel, '06 36 ft.
3261 cut to 9', $300850- STANDING $75 PATIO TABLE W/4 UTILITY Trailer- m/838, Drive by then board motor with Montego Bay, 4
F R IDAntique marble top 526-2414 (850)592-2507 CHAIRS (MAUVE) Homemade,4x8,$100 call (866) 249-0680. trailer, 2 fish finders, slides & Dodge Ram
Antique marbhogany end Ctop ITMA TREE HOOVER TICK $125 (850)209-2207 FIRM(850)482-2636 trolling motor, ac- '07 3500 Diesel
FLO R ID A N and mahogany end CHRISTMAS TREE HOOVER STICK M cessdrBemini dually. Tow package
table $75 850-209- STAND- LARGE $5 VACUUM- ENCORE $5 PHONE CABINET- VITAMIN-DRUGS- I MJ r cess ladder, Bemini, dually. Towpackage
0425 (850)592-2507 (850)592-2507 SOLID OAK LIKE NEW BOOKS $5 EA AM/FM radio, on & Reese Hitch
LOOKING FOR MATURE, Antique oak curved Chrome bug deflec- Hot Tub- Hot Spring 15052x-07$20 (850)592-2507 very well k e pt inder 334-655-1100.
DEPENDABLE NEWSPAPER glass china/curio tor for '04 -'06 Ford Indoor/Outdoor Spa Water heater, Rheem shelter. $14,000. 334-
cabnet mint condi- or Mercury SUV, new seats five $500 Pine computer cabi- 65 gal, almost new, 685-7319
CARRIERS tion. $350 $90. 850-209-5294 (850)209-2898 net w/plenty of stor- $150 850-272-3943 Stratos '99 273 bs
(850)573-0599 Echo chain sa.w,14" HP PHOTOSMART age $75 850-209-0425 XBOX 360 w/4 Intimidator, 17ftbass | "
Decorative Urn $5 bar, $95 850-593- #8200-PRINTER $45 PLAYPEN- LIKE NEW games, 1 controller p[ R ) [ r $Johnson 150HP, ,
850-209-0425 6305/272-7744 (850)592-2507 $40 (850)592-3380 $150 850-210-9533 -' $6500.334-596-1694
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w/jeep, $60k without $ 0ack05 SP Loaded
ieep, both in great $Car'0l WestMain
cond. selling due to 1919West Main St.
ealth 8n5352-281d 1919 West Main St.
.... health. 850-352281 334-699-5880
Fleetwd. Bdr 07' 3- .
ild, loaded CH/A _7' 1 .
lbp, wk. horse, 8.1 -
S gas, 5,900 mi. $100k
0BO 334-898-1201
Gulfstream '07
Kingsport, 30 X8, like BMW '1 43(1.:1, 4
new, 0 miles, kept Blue Extra Nice
inder shelter, 2 $11,500 West Main
slides, king bed, Car Sales LLC
sleeps 4, CH&A, di, 919 West Main St.
Saette 18 ft awing, full 334-699-5880
b ath, 2 301b LP tanks
$15,500. 850-209-8944 BMW'04 3301, black
w/tan leather, auto-
m ri,., i urkr l *:i, ,i,,d

3 BMW `' s,'II ri,I
'.I..i t:. .) V .\ -i l- ,

Monaco '0)3 Dynasty, ',Ir, :, .", "' OB_:I
42FT, 3 slides, excel- 334-703-3784
lent condition, garag- CADILLAC '06 DTS
ed, no pets, no smok- Exc. cond., leather
,' ", ,, ng, a must to see. seats, 4dr, beige int.
334-805-3335 fully loaded. $12,900.
Monoco Knight'06, 334-701-1836
N Save $25K or more. Cadillac'94
Diesel, 4 slides, 4300 Fleetwood Broug-
..,. mi, many upgrades ham. Top cond., fully
$159,700. 850-866- restored $4,795. OBO
2774 334- 693-3980
Phaeton, 07' 40ft. 4 Caprice '87 Classic
slide-outs, 15K mi. 71K orig. mi., A/C &
350 CAT diesel, heat wks. Good cond.
Allison 6sp. 7.5 diesel Very Clean. $2,500
"gen. 4 dr. frig w/ OBO 850-557-4946
m icemaker, W/D in
motion satellite dish, Chevrolet '93 Cap-
rear & side cameras, rice, white, 70K
Z Home theater sys. miles, extra clean,
Leather euro recliner new tires, $4300.
desk, King bed, '334-792-8018
Brake-Buddy for tow Chevy '03 Caviller
car. Garage stored. wrecked $350. Good
Many other options, drive train, NOT
$160,000. DRIVABLE 334-677-
334-797-3617. 7748
Point Five Damon Chevy '05 Monte Car-
Daybreak '05 32' lo Gust. paint Char.
M otorhome 15,507Mi. Gray Many Cust. opt.
Has 12' slide-out,tow Fr End Damage $4800
ockg, 5.5 KW Gen. OBO 334-475-6267
Fully loaded xtra or 475-0084
Jean asking $45K
-s-a '----. 134-687-3171 Chevy '71 El Camino,
"'- 350 Engine, $7500
Scenic Cruiser 37 ft. 850- 594-3282
by Gulf Stream 99'
immaculate cond. CHEVY '86 Celebrity
-aded w/ options 86k, clean, good cond
must see!! Dothan $1500. 334-793-2142
58,500 334-803-3397 Chevy 94' Suberban
TIOGA '04 Motor runs good good tires
Home 24ft w/slideout $2800. 334-718-9617
293 miles 4KW Onan Chevy '97 Corvette,
Gen., very clean red, with removable
135,000 334-687-9663 glass top, extra clean
Aro 27f .110K miles. $12,000.
Tioga Arrow 27ft 334-798-1828
SMotorhome '86,
Swhite,Auto.8 cyl. CHRYSLER '08 300
Pow. brakes & steer- Signature Series, va-
... , ..... rig, A/C, AM/FM, nilla, navigation, like
runs well, low miles, new, asking pay-off
o Fair cond. Has leak $16,700. 334-470-8454
_4 .4.-'. 550 526 2840.

Wanted -

Corvette '81
.-T, Automatic 350
S.. ., (Silver) sell as is
S$6000. OBO
.... 334-774-1915
Conq u' ; e". Iatsun '78 280Z 2+2,
Conquest ,-i. >i11 original owner, 5
I sleeps 8, ot o ex- speed, fuel injected,
., ,.,, ras, 11K mi. take 180k miles, some
". '..'' ... 'ver payments 334- rust runs but needs
"'"" "': .98-4462 Warranty work. $2500 OBO 850-
579- 2136 Iv msg
transportation0 Ford '04 Crown Victo-
.... a.. ... ria LX, loaded, 55K
.. ... miles, drives like a
dream. $8700 321-
5Q 231 6363.

CarSeeker i !.

,.,,,,,,,, Ford T BI .rJ, ",,..,,
M UST " 3904bb, slide steer-
.M S u, ing, 69K miles, $6,995
** J -' ij obo. 334-671-5051 or
.t.'U h03 American Star 36' 334-797-5051
.s>.fl'1 .th Wheel; 2 slides/2
i edrms, large water, Ford '75 LTD 460 en-
i. wer & gas tanks, gine, needs work.
0 uad batteries. $400.850-482-4057
S,20000 O .00 Ford '93 Taurus, runs
5 , 50)579-5183 nood, needs AC,

: '' _$2200. 1-334-475-1723

Ford '98 Escort
A l,,r, automatic,

S es, $2995.
i -0-7959
0 Y3' aFod 9 Crown Victo-
2006 Bad Boy Buggy, ria, oadec,77K miles,
ll electric, in Great runs like new. $6200
, onition Finishein FIRM. 334-774-9050
I 'altree Hardwoods.
ill windshield, 2 gun Honda '05 Civic,
tcks, winch, front Great . r, $300
1,isket, roof basket, clown, ... Call
ind battery charger. Steve Hatcher 334-
S334)585-9488 791-8243.


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Automobiles AuAutomobile sutomobiles Automobiles Automobiles Motor Motorcycles Motorcycles Trailers-Tractors Trucks-Heavy Dut
forSale forSale for Sale for Sale J for Sale
S S f 2003 YZ125, bought lr Red a ;saki 09' FORD TW 15 Tractor BUY M E!
-... .... -. Plymouth 'Voyager, VW '07 Rabbit, new in 2005, $2000; S' -lN Li, New 250R w/cab, 140hp, exc..
S O 1 -K N AC, CD, cruisecon- manual,34K,alloy 2007YZ250, great .. .: 13,500. mi. cond. $12,100. obo
LO. trol, new motor. wheelslike shape and well main- ?4;-692-3211 2 cultivator sold sep. FORD '081F250
FORD-BrandNew $2000 334-405-3130 new,$11,800. aed. $4000. BuyL ...- -s 334-701-1836 DIESELDVD 95,000
2010 Mustang GT 2 334-983-8399 both for $5000. United 1.1.tor Scooter Gandy 4 row insecti- matic transmission,
dPONTIAC 195 3347263842 United Motor Scooter Gandy 4 row insect n matic transmission,
ets nt2 50 SnfivisI, 1 Tmp L4e d r3 Big D 8 Honda 01 Reflex '08. 80mpg, 1000 mi.'s cide applicator Like New condition,
ext bkn,2WD,850 nniti I I a Tempest 4 door Classics & Antiques Big D 06'md# Scooter maroon $3000. mfw 445-6302 w/double boxes, for BLUE exterior, TAN
miles $28,500 Silver Loaded $5,395 Mazda 5, 07' Grand with 326 engine, Mastiff 14,500K mi. two chemicals interior, 4WD, ABS,
(334)479-8028 'West Main Car Sales turning, exc cond re Runs great Good black, 117 cubic inch stroke, 249cc00 70 Yamaha-01 RoadStar mounted on tool bar. a/c, alloys, am/fm,
LLC 1919 West Main mining warr. 48K condition. $3000., 1974 Chevrolet engine, 6-sp. Baker i n253 sh$2 Midnight Ed 1600, Good condition. $400. CD, cruise, driver
S 334-699-5880 mi. black $11,500 3347975285 Camaro LT350 V8 trans. V&H, D&G cover,3000+ miles. 229-758-3146 or 229- airbag, leather int.,
," In ---ni' 334-445-3652 or 256- 4sp, factory ac, re- :r.:.. ar i,,. -- Black $5,100. OBO 400-5184 passenger airba, PL
Infinity '97 J30 452-8026 Scion 06' TC Must storation project Bck34 5-9111 PB P0 s r
lt i -02 ""3 miles. Sell 60,900 Mi $8400 80% complete. NADA ure', ,,. arr -655 11 PS, PW, sun roof
S334-687-7956 Meredes '00 E320 3 g 692-9915$12,000., needs home L TY w kg$000
IEEP ..,6 334 -687 -7956Wrangler, 334 -4Wagone s$6500 O O BO 35 asking, $59 ,500 334- I -" -3- -INCO M E( 206 6
JEEP 'EEP6 Wrangler, 334-220-2654 r-.4.3 OP STAINLESS Ford 2001FN50,
Ford 1, -.,-hTr,,49K miles, 2 lectors r-lJ i, I .1: .ISTEAL, DINLE R Ford 2001 F150,
289 auto ac oor, auto,4 wheel Mercedes '00 E320 STEAL, DINER Harley Davidsonuad
console car, comes drive. $13,000. 334- Wagon $6500 r c-r ,r H STYLE edition, black, quads
with somenwp 685-0846334-2-2654 a- ge, E. COCOCONCESSION cab, fully loaded,
with some new parts. 685-0846 334-220-2654 a,-,e, e tonl, I'R $10,500. 334-797-7190
Tii'r Mercedes 97' SLS0t Honda -Yamaha ',,c vrr TRAILER
sThitireertleg a.1295- Mercedes99 S l r4 47 1 4 na 5 r-'n r Rsr INCLUDES FORD 2005 Lariat$
3 r *~** ~ Hi. 14' 'c'an' s"a 'T" TOYOTA 6 334-2774after252P.M1 3347 VTX1300R/S Beu l lame r-d cc:0. GRIDDLE. HOT & F350 Dually, 4X4,
,,,,, ', ,,,, lerr,,-,r '.:r.l. un der war- Beautiful project or ful Candy Black Cher- COLD TRAYSks,
Scr 4 .93'-.', iuo 6Km.war-DRY lodtleor
,"."!' ''"" r.:-t,, t.great gas mile- parts car 1958 Mep HARLEY Davidson '01 ry, over $2000 in ac- cod BOILING TRAYS, sunroof. 139K md, r iles
Mercury. loaded $12,500 curyTurnpike Cruis-, Road King Police, cessories. 8k miles, & incl. sissy bar,le TRIPLE SINK $18,995. 334-791-6514
Cgre6 0,n'c r. O 334-775-3028 er 4 door, black, 16,500 miles. White, asking $5700 chger, $6,200. 334- $9,000.9 Ford 2009 King Ranch
W$300.i rr, m-, Power back clean & shop kept. Honda '06 CTX 1300 333-5854 or email 334-389-2816 Ford 2009 King Ranch
SLexus U ESi.:ii:i L mil-. L.e i er. windshield Gigantic $11,000. 334-774-3663 Cruiser Like New SDS F-250 6.4 L V8
..i .-. ._ a- Diesel. turbo 5 sp.
... I.mijmM,:, del ?, l:ae *,.all 5, J .-i. Push HARLEY DAVIDSON 4200 Mi. $6600 OBO Lilliston 6000, field auto trans. Forest
r. L' 'd 7.,'"'0 A.r.--r Q4 1.- bur,,,-, rrinr, Will '02Fatboywithlots 334-806-1322 BUY M E! ready, shelter kept. Green ext. Camel
Cr. -, trS, -'Lc 243. H,1 e d,,s, a Pof Chrome, Black, Honda 06' Rebel Solid $1000. 334-3474283 Leather int. Loaded
Ford Mustang 1966 334-699-5880r Nissan'Atr, .rneed a $10,250 352-303-2713 white winshield & YAMAHA '06 or 334-447-2572 w/options. Family
302 V8 with automat- -. 6,-,p0 is n m,. :' ur au g:.d-.,:,rkad Harley Davidson '03 sadle bags 2600 m. Roadster 1700cc Massey Ferguson 240 death forces sale.
ic trans. looks, runs & Lincoln 01' Excutive 1 r,e..REDI.CED rru Ca rt796- Electra Glide, pearl $3000. OBO 334-886 Black, Motorcycle. hrs. like new 3,100 m. Asking $45K
drives good asking Series 103K mi. $10.90, 8.)0 43Z 2cc. 74 ., N.yrh ind white, 100th anniver- 3326334-714-1110 Black, Motorcyles Vance OBO 34-794 334-687-3171
$8500. 334-355-24000 w/reg. serve power T t 9 Camrv eeend o inl pips., sary edition, 16K HONDA '06 Shadow, Hines Exhaust Sys Va/es"
windows & seats Nissan u'06 Aluima, Toyota '09 Camry miles, lots o chrome Cand A oHleines Exhaust Sys -
Honda '04 Accord EX, w. lumbar leath sunroof, power doors Commuter car. miles lots of c garaome Candy Apple REW, 2.8 tem.4 helmets and1
V6, loaded, $200 int. new tires adult & window AM/FM, 21,000'miles. Sill un- Motorcycles kept. $11,000. 334- $5,300229-334-8520, gel cushion. One
down. $249/mo. Call driven exc. cond. CD 59K miles. der warranty $16,900. 792-1344 229-296-8171 owner, garage kept. 1978 Ce, tep V.',-,.
P ,:-' II- E ;714 1.1'2"' t, h .rni $12. ,0u. :i8i4..9 1'.'l 334-726-2972, .7921344 229-296-8171 owner, garage kept. 1978 Ch." -t- p-\1 .
-~' .9 12 TOYOTA 210 sive Harley D.-,do,,",') Honda'07 Shadow Like new. $8000. does not run. $500.
Honda' ,C, ,: 34790 92 Ys b sand / n-ML FLHTCI Ele.:ialiide rd/blkflames$4000. 334-618-5833. NEC 334.347.619 FORD 89
P.'" L cC 1.)"-.F R '8 FIO OT,'..w726-1434/677-5489r,
r r Lncoln M extended warranty: l m .6-1434/677-5489 YAMAHA '08 V-star Chevy 03' Astro van 4x4 Auto, $5,300 229-
.",,.,, L.:,.:d. ,, ,,r, .r belge in --. gps, solar/moon roof 13.60. 3347 14.9377 HONDA'98 Valkyrie 250, Burgundy, Ltpack. 61Kactual 334-8520, 229-296-
m *... er,, r. ather held etc. 334-899-4545 Tr.urer all original, Low miles! Like new!' m. rear air, very nice 8171
N__DA __ V, ,T olkswagen '06 Bee 06 H Dn Widelow miles, runs gret A 556 after 6 Ford'95 LTL9000
Exelencndito. A $2-;..,17yLsl53 I llfr tie, auto, diesel, 42K Glide F DWG bl,c -.. ,_ it.. asing$50B 3 --55 Mn Septic Truck, 5000
Excellent condition, $17900850-814-0155 Nissan '07 Pathfinder miles, 40MPG, load- Le n cu 334-693-5454Yamaha '09 1300V Chrysler '95 Voyager, gon capacity with
35MPG, 18600 miles, E, Black, Auto. 56K ed. $16,000. 334-897- E.r0, mi. i .5.i0. 404 HONDA '99750 Ace, Startouring bike, V6, auto, seats 8, new moro pump. 334-
5-spd transmission, Mazda 03' Tribute i thrin 2497 or 334-672-1655 -.. in Loaded, Black, 9K mi, 2500 miles. $8,500. power, am/f cass. 693-5718
$9500 (334)522-3803 exc. cond. 106K mi.r m. lh VW e06 Passat, load- ru :r" .: ,, $3,000 334-703-7724 334-796-8174 new tires, NOW Frieht Liner 06
y,$7,000. 334-692-9915 row seat, Like new. VW '06 Passat, load- $1975 OBO 850-592- Frieght Liner 06' exc.
Hyundai '96 Elantra $16,000. 334-897-0582 ed, blue/black, GPS, Hawley Daid3oun 02' HARLI I',I 2832cond. asking for pay
Fair Cond. Needs Mercedes 98'SLK230, sattalite radio, new Heritage Softail '08 1200 Sportster S,, ri.r l.1,,ped. off, 334-618-9383 334-
Trans. work with leather, Hd. top, Con- Nissan '08 Sentra, tires, like new inside Springer like new, to Custom, 108 miles, 692-3115 Contract w/
DVD Ster. syst. $850 vert. Supercharged, 4 4DR., like new! $200 & out. 119K, moving many ext. to list warranty, Like new. .. 05, 0mg. Great Wide if qualify
OBO 334-475-6267 or cyl. Cd, 89K mi. down, $229/mo. Call overseas. $12,000. 4,600 mi. $10,500. $8,700 334-702-4778. 49c.- H-e. Du:,' Ly. Mitsubishi 06 Raider
334-475-0084 $9,500. 334-898-1201 Ron Ellis 714-0028. 334-347-0414 334-235-2995 LI.4e re., r r,,* -z. Duro Cr.os. Crew
H a rley D a v id so n '08 M1. u: e .z S ,I2,')1) D O - . C a t. V L o .d e l. 32K
Low Rider, less than Kawasaki '"3 Vulca,-, &5u.42'-.-;39CV'I 6 14,500. 334.71-0646
tJ \ and 1 lerts on \ O r 3Kmi. black, warran- Drifter, garage kept, Yamaa14,uma-o 50.S W-r------
G et new s an d alerts o n yo ur ty, perfect cond.- 13K, runs great extraYamaha'05 Zuma For 95'Wintar
many xtras. $13,500 seat & saddle bags, 50cc, 5000 miles, ev- Van selling for parts
s a *i .- -ceII 850-526-2790 very clean, new pipes erything on it works, only $500. 334-691- L
m o b ile device. taf,. HARLEY DAVIDSON & many extra's $4000 nice scooter. $900 2987334-701-5516 Navistar '98 Eagle,
mobile device... S__ CO__Ct0U 02-.?SO$
iE e te d 2003, 1200 000.o334-750-6237oOBOD334-621-0059 with 525E Cummings
2003, 1200 Sportster engine, new tires, all
100th anniv. edition. Kawasaki '07 Vulcan Utility Vehicles equipment included,
Lots of chrome. 1600 Mean Streak Sp. ort Utility Vehic excellent running
$7,500. 334-701-3974 Ed. 1100 Mi $6500 condition. $10,500.
Harley Davidson '87 OBO 334-441-7909 Chevy'04 Tahoe, PLYMOUTH '96 Grand 334-803-5072 or 334-
FXR uerglide, Cus- Kawasaki '08 Vulcan LS, Beige, 83000 Voyager, 4 new tires, 899-6594
tom paint,lots of 900 Classic LT, 6100 milesPW, PL, towing package, new

chrome, $9500 850- miles, windshield, Radio/CD, tinted power steering Legal Ads R
260-1666 leather saddlebags; wdws, running bds, pump, very clean,
"fir brds & more $14,000. 850-718- low mileage, $3,250
I.-.0,. 334.-69'. 7040, 569-5774. OBO 334-687-9845 or Meetings-Eventsl
3337 5421 GREAT CONDITION 334-355-1118
AlerWanted LF14896
Harley prt-ter 06' Corvair I.:.r par RESOLUTION2010-09
Orange 1200R, Vance 1965 Ie, 1 haul off.
& Hines Short Shots, 3 '1, 67 u. -30You are hereby not!-
braided lines, 8,900 Kawasaki 09'Z\14 Chevy ', Thoe. fled that the City

ter & Black, lowered, flow air filter, low White 850-579-4694 2008 F-250 Ford the following Resolu
garage kept.1k mi, miles. $9,700. L E d. tionat 6:00 P.M. local
CMust see. $ 10-32-44 334-79-1852.J3,176111' $36,00) time in its meeting to
C'dale 8o -352-4342 7uoicooter T ul oa be held on the 6th
Honda 04' Goldwing '05, 200mi, Blue 69 291 da of April 2010
*Cel- gGL1800 Trike cha m- $1650 850- 258-1638 .bd i said meeting to be
lo rom mi.exc.pio n side car, Motorcyclerared, 8K erChevrolet 'O6 500 held in the Commis-
mi.exc.ond. Motorcycletrailer,3 v~rado WT. e.- sion Meeting Room
$21,000 334-790-1467 bike 5X8 $450. Neg. Chevy '09 HHR LTI ter-ded cab. Good at Marianna City 334-984-2044 silver, leather heated cond., $9,500. OBO Hall, 2898 Green
seats, all pwr, at, cd 334-798-3352 Street, Marianna,
w mp3.17"HIol.h CHE 87d 10 Florida. Interested
'3 t .- I'*_ l .. R d1 /bHkV s trpe s 1 parties may appear
g .Aly... ..... Sle....,,,. i.9. Red w/blk stripes. at the meeting and
$-'4 1i? 1-43;J'7c*4S; 5 'il0n 1"1'.713.0558, be heard with re-
spect to the pro-
. Chevy T:,r posed resolution, the
"'":. e" Sas InIrad ,2ti3-.r.. ai Resolution being de-
.. ISpo$(er. 1418 m rn scribed as follows:
381 334 .,2-4394 A RESOLUTION OF

...... "a .t! "Ford '06 Expedition THE CITY (OMMIS-

GMC ,3 J mnir Chevy '91C r Tor PEARL STREET LO-IANNA,
-.11 "'.S META .-$riIS L, C 2Dup0k 00 .iI. i APORTION OF
mm -v 1-14. 1,0081 -C 35M THE2 UNIMPROVED
.i 'hurs:9-Noo.GMC 'Mr,) Jimni Chevy 'cil creiroee PEARL STREET LO-
rEi_ a .:nd .420i0 *pickup. 1h ,te ATED WEST OF JEF-
.-0 ,)055 ,.S26*2491 $150050-3524 24 FERSON STREET AND
.-" .r T -n CHEVY '96 S-10, EAST OF GREEN
Hummer '06 H3, 41k P/UP, sell for parts STREET IN THE CITY
miles, moon roof. Cc 8 39$750.334-687-0411 OF MARIANNA, FLOR-
Pairtina Sirs,.:,.. fr-idaljr Storage1usical S-rist.rage Dord-eat aI D '02 Dakota THE CITY OF MA-
Q 7In.mlrurnr, tSeP- 1r Ni arianna 08'_.2.195O06.79-E9695,Cleancond. Fully FILE IN THE-OFFICE
..iHEWETT'S. eepr ,0Wr ler. auto. 334-693-3980 OF THE CLERK OF
Now0 -UINO Painring Psure -l .ieB ld Self Stloragetr lI, n Dodge'08 Quad cab, COURT, JACKSON
C71 271% ,B-ilenl-rr.hanrd 5.7 Hemi, loaded. 'COUNTY FLORIDA
*Copper AC Brass& CleaningI. Se-rvic | SBlld g Iepeill Cli (,',ma l Serrics CD. $15,90 0. 3347968174. AND THE JACKSON
IAlumi, num T Car," FREE G.1fit ... M Ce o1' ..34. 6' ,r r u...COUNTY PROPERTY
li.rad.r P..r, Aluminum Scrap I UNS Recordin H A A r a9.9, .' APPRAISER'S TAX
I hr Raiators GUNS I Pa SSE ENTMAP.
RKt,, 11oe h'..'' -'' 14E Gilli .-
Dump Irc.k Di1 Bart ries i-c oo Cr, n- r-r i 1 l & WHEREAS, the City
0* Bilidsinr Rn' I B*UY-V a business -n a llinlRI Rommk:i.-.- of the
r.1 B d,,/FL [ '1-1-,1, 0Nick IeaU Y WP-il srir', rll,.3r,r,. l Citv o Marianna,
Ni -d. *.BscU.m ~...,,iee LmFlorida, has hereto-
nl..InL n .. Bascom. FL OLD GUNS! Ir-, '_.o e am is ,for.: deermrr,;ned that
[ '. Rrn, (85, ) 1 .(850)-. (8502) 569-2215 "-r270r1. ~n E ic t, 36' .1, h S ,:n of Pearl
R.Iiinln ,,i P, (85U 4J2'159 (850)J263-2701 I I , Jeep 1: rn ler um 4"riarrl hul Srret. -:t of Jeffer-
Grading gTralC, I 4.0L 6cyl 5sp 4WD hunter green, son Street and east
GSitePrepdig H eKhakiLwcir.anSoft-Tp, AC Custom fi beglass of Green Street as
Site Prep Home Improvement i aid/Housekeeping a cod/mp/ 3lly hood, 22" hood shown on the City of
SLevng Flooring Saes & grll grd. Exc. Cond. grill & bumpers presently needed for
Top Soil Fill Dirt Installation Geneownr-3 rdcar. Snap on tread through traffic and
Gravel Repai andFor General LOW MILES 37,300 Alum. tool box, 6" there does not ap-
Land ClearingImRepairs andHouse0 $17,999. OBO lift kit, 6" glass pear to be of any fu-
SLand Clearing Improvements House GIFT CERTIFICATES 334-803-6882 packs, alum. racing ture need for through
FSince 1960 REE Estimates or Office AVAILABLE JEEP 1987 Wrangler rims Lots of extras! traffic;
P nSince 1960 Insured 4 aIcs 'RepairS &E B, ,atcIts/ REDUCED $4800 080 WHEREAsn the City
Always A Sale... Decks/Porches (850) 593-458 Remodellng PROFESSIONAL tires, hard top. 792- City of Marianna,
Tile General Reuairs (850) 693-1360 Call Debra 'Energy Efficiency THOROUGH 8018/792-8827. $6500. Florida, *has consid-
Natural Stone Referencs Available Don't waste 526-2336 M/C, sis, Disao er rtcepted References do n ew Mirao miles, manual, new abandon a portion of
YoGrout________ Adhesies 850-482-7377 Use Mine! Free Mill in". #S0B6102- Insured Available ot.o Pewter leather tires. 934400 BO. Pearl StreetMa ain the

Sales & Installation 850-209-9395 Estimates Call Randy 850 LB9638 $13,900. 0 334- Ford '02 FI50 XLT, Florida; and.
C h Put over 30yrs. 693-0566 673-0823 red, 4WD, Triton WHEREAS, said aban-
Experience to Home Improvement NISSAN '06 Pathfind- V8/5.4L eng, 104,168 donment affects no
work for YOU! Home Improvement Computer er LE, 270hp, bose mi Super Crew Cab, public interests nor
Contractors Afterl ours,& Wee'kend '1e Bar -ARIANNA Se ..viceRepir HOME REPAIRS remote keyless entry $13,500. 334-894-1212 to be in the best in
Appointments A'ailable Kits ME TALY 'BY 334-793-1544 Ford 03' V-8 cerned parties that
*i S 'HOMEWORKS Nissan '09 Rogue, 20k Supercrew 30,200 mi. the right of interest
S/'*Vis1*]iscoVER Locally Owned ROO1KING/.INC, F ESTIMATES e nology "Beautification miles, loaded white k new Must4Seer in the public therein
Mon-Fri 9-4:30 m anna rtnu of Your Home" or 334-393-6479 and renounced.
Thurs: 9-Noon nigur g *Metal Roong Ri0 IIall.: Hardware Repair Carpentry/Painting oyOTA 056 Four FORD '07 F250 Super A cony of the pro

RrConcrete. rlIewans IsAl ates General Repairs excellent condo. 6 t p ic C
CeraicFlioors -:- Home & Office Willian IH. Long, I, $18,700. 334-796-3130 8606 334-695-0688 Municipal Develop
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