Title: Jackson County Floridan
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028304/00007
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Title: Jackson County Floridan
Alternate Title: Sunday Floridan
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Jackson County Floridan
Publisher: Chipola Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Marianna Fla
Publication Date: February 8, 2009
Frequency: daily (except saturday and monday)[<1979-1995>]
weekly[ former 1934-<1955>]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Marianna (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jackson County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Jackson -- Marianna
Coordinates: 30.776389 x -85.238056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
General Note: "Independent."
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028304
Volume ID: VID00007
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: ltuf - ACA5476
oclc - 33284558
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Lawmakers address issues

Rep. Brad Drake answers a question from the audience during the 2009 Legislative
Forum at the Jackson County Chamber of Commerce's First Friday Power Breakfast.
- Mark Skinner / Floridan

The Jackson County Chamber of
Commerce 2009 Legislative Delegation
meeting lasted well past 10:30 a.m. Friday.
Approximately 200 people attended the
event, which is held annually by the cham-
Health care, insurance and taxes were a
big part of the discussion, which featured
Dist. ,7 Rep. Marti Coley, Dist. 5 Rep.
Brad Drake and Sen. Al Lawson.
State Farm's decision to pull out of the
Florida market was discussed several
times during the question and answer ses-
sion. The company announced the move
after state officials rejected the company's
proposed rate increases.
State Farm agent Keith Williams first
broached the issue, expressing concern for
agents as well as clients in light of the
company's decision to no longer renew its
homeowners insurance policies.
"If we have a major hurricane any time
soon, we're in real trouble," Williams said.
Sen. Lawson, who noted he has cover-
age through State Farm, said the current
situation with State Farm in Florida is "not
over 'til it's over."
The senator said he believed insurance
executives when they said under oath that
they needed additional rate increases to
recover from past hurricanes, and that he
and other legislators are going to "take
another good look at it."
"For the last two days, my phone has not
stopped and that's the key issue. We've
been hearing from constituents who have
State Farm Insurance and I've heard both
sides," Rep. Coley added. "I've heard one
side I got a letter, actually from
someone who said, you know, 'State Farm
been raising my rates and I can't afford it
anymore.' .But the majority of them said

'Let me decide what I want to spend. Let
the free market work." And I am more on
that side of the issue."
She said in Jackson County alone, the
rates were set to increase by 25 to 35 per-
Coley said the rate increase requested by
State Farm and rejected by the state,
reached a statewide average of 67 percent.
Coley said a compromise might be suc-
cessful, if State Farm would be willing to
present more information ahd reduce its
proposed rate increase.
Lawson argued that the rate increase
was high because insurance companies
were not allowed to make any rate increas-
es over a period of several years.
A few questions posed to the legislators
covered the federal stimulus package, in
relation to job creation and infrastructure
One audience member suggested com-
munities choose the projects toward which
their taxes would go, and questioned
whether putting "federal dollars into dirt"
would work.
Drake spoke in support of the idea, sim-
ilar to a consumption tax, calling it a "pay
as you go" system that could work.
Lawson warned this type of system
would put rural areas that can't afford to
pay in danger of not having what they
need at the time it is needed.
He offered the example of Jackson
County's urgent need for a $10 million
health department. Lawson said if the
county held a referendum for a half-cent
tax, instead of seeking the funding from
government, it would have .taken the coun-
ty more than 10 years; if at all, to collect
the amount needed.
Lawson said the employment of hun-
dreds through a taxifunded infrastructure

See ISSUES, Page 5A >



recipient of

new award
The first-ever Leadership
Jackson County Excellence in
Leadership Award was given to
David H. Melvin at the Jackson
County Chamber of Commerce
First Friday Breakfast.
Melvin told the crowd he felt
honored for the recognition, and
enjoyed being a part of the com-
As its class project, the 2008
Leadership Jackson County Class
decided to create the annual
award, to be presented at the First

See MELVIN, Page 5A >

Advocate touts benefits of land purchase
~ Before the end of March, the
1," .. ~ state should have possession 6f
another 338-acre parcel of land
" "'. along the Chipola River just
." ',north of Marianna.
"- _.:That prediction comes from
'Bill Cleckley, director of the
... Northwest Florida Water
Z" ~Management District's Divison
-.-of Land Management and
Cleckley announced the acqui-
sition effort earlier this week.
He said the state and the owner
of the land, International Paper,
have already signed a contract
"and that theclosing is in process.
The state is paying just under
$297,000 for the property, which
s -. includes a small spring, a large
.- ..tract of the flood plain, and 1.5
A fisherman makes his wav down these Chirola River Saturdav near Christoff Ferrv Landinan The state miles of river frontage.

is working to purchase the land across the river from the boat landing. Mark Skinner / Floridan

Cold snap

After a long, cold night, a thick coat of ice drags a tree limb
to the ground on Amelia Avenue in Marianna Thursday. -
Mark Skinner / Floridan

Roses are pass
To some, a more thoughtful Valentine's Day gift
could mean trading in the traditional red rose for a
wet nose.
Partners for -Pets is hosting an Adopt A
Sweetheart event this Valentine's Day at the non-
profit, no-kill shelter's location in Marianna.
The event takes place from 10 a.m. to 2p.m., at
5011 Maintenance Drive, is located off
Pennsylvania Avenue.
Instead of wilting flowers or guilt-inducing
chocolate, shelter supporters are hoping people will
consider giving their Valentine a gift that gets bet-
ter with time the companionship of a cat or dog.
"On Adopt A Sweetheart Day we're having an
open house. We'll have refreshments and a door
prize," shelter manager Debbie O'Quinn said.
O'Quinn, an animal lover who's been managing
the shelter for about four months, said she prefers
shelter animals.
"I personally think that a mutt makes a better pet
than a pedigree animal. They're not as high-strung,
and they really want and need love," O'Quinn said.
Among the many other dogs available, there's
Casper, a'well-behaved 1-year-old Australian cattle
dog mix with a charming feature of two different-
colored eyes.
The shelter typically holds about 25 dogs and 30
cats, ranging in age from puppies and kittens to
older companions.
O'Quinn said about 20 to 30 animals are adopted
See DOG, Page 5A >

See LAND, Page 5A >

- try a dog

Tyler Turnmire helps to fix the up the Partners for.
Pets Animal Shelter. The shelter is urging resid nts
to consider adopting a pet this Valentine's Day,
instead of buying the usual flowers or chocolate.
- Mark Skinner / Floridan

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Contact Us
Telephone: (850) 526-3614
FAX: (850) 482-4478
E-mail: editorial@jcfloridan.c6m
Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 520, Mlarianna. FL 32447
Street Address:
4403 Constitutioni Lane
Marianna, FL 32446
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damages arising out of errors and
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paid forthe space actually occupied
by that portion of the advertise-
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whether such error is due to the
negligence of the publisher's
employees or otherwise, and there
shall be not liability for non-inser-
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the amount paid for such advertise-
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knowingly accept or publish illegal
material of any kind. Advertising
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February 8 Sunday
Blue Springs Society Children of the American
Revolution meets at 1:30 p.m. at Caverns Road
Church of Christ, a block north of the intersection of
Jefferson and Kelson in Marianna. The group will
make Valentine's cars for veterans, with prizes
given for the best in each age group. Contact 209-
4066 or snoopyxii60@hotmail.com.
The Chipola Cheerleaders will host the annual
Cheerleading Extravaganza at 2 p.m. at the Milton H:
Johnson Health Center. Squads from the tri-state
area will compete at the middle school, .junior varsi-
ty and varsity levels. Squads from JAGS .and MEGA
cheer gyms are scheduled to perform exhibition rou-
tines. FAMU Cheerleaders featuring former Chipola
cheerleader, Devin Baker, now a FAMU captain, Will
also perform. General admission is $5 for school age
and up. Call 718-2322 or e-mail
defelixg@chipola.edu. .

February 9 Monday
The Jackson County Transportation
Disadvantaged Coordinating Board convenes for a
meeting at 10 a.m. in the JTrans Office conference
room, located at'3988 Old C ottondale, Road in
Marianna. The public will have the opportunity to
address the board during a public hearing time. If
you require special accommodations at the meeting
because of a disability orphysical impairment, con-
tact Vanita Anderson at the Apalachee Regional
.Planning Council at (850) 674-4571 or by e-mail at
Southeastern Community Blood Center Mobile
Unit will be taking blood donations from 10 a.m. to
2 p.m. at the Bonifay IGA. Call 526-4403.
The Cottondale City Commission convenes for
its monthly meeting at 6 p.m. in the commission

The Jackson County Democratic Executive
Committee convenes for a public meeting at 6 p.m'.
in the Jackson County Board of Commissioners
offices in Marianna. Call 482-5943 or 482-4220..
Alcoholics Anonymous' has an open '"meeting
each Monday, from 8 to 9 p.m., at the First United
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St., .Marianna.
Meet in the AA room .
February'10 Tuesday
Southeastern Community Blood Center Mobile
Unit will be taking.blood donations from 7:30 a.m. to.
1 p.m. at DOT in Chipley. Call 526-4403.
William Henry Milton Chapter 1039 of the United
Daughters of the Confederacy meets at 11. a.m. at
'Jim's'Buffet and Grill in Marianna. The Dutch treat
luncheon will be followed by the ritual and program,'
."Pheobe Pember." The history and heritage group
welcomes female descendants of Confederate veter-
ans, Call 663-2570 for reservations.
The Republican Club of Northwest Florida meets
,every second Tuesday of the month, at 'noon, at
Jim's Buffet and Grill in Marianna. Guest speaker and.
local geology expert, Frank Shelfer, Ph.D, will dis-
ccuss issues such as fossil fuel, global warming and
alternative energy sources. Lunch is Dutch treat. Call
Christine Gilbert teaches free quilting, crocheting
or knitting classes Tuesdays at .1 p.m., at, the
Jackson County Senior Citizens center, 2931
Optimist Dr., Marianna. Call 482-5028.
The Riverside Elementary School Advisory
Council convenes for a public meeting at 4 p.m. in
the media center.
Smith-Kelly Post No. 100 American Legion of
Marianna will have a public ceremony to dispose of
unserviceable U.S. flags at 5 p.m., at the Post home
on Route 90, next to the National Guard Armory at

the fairgrounds. Anyone with a faded, torn, or tat-
tered flag may drop it off at the Marianna Wal-Mart
or at the Post home.
The'Sneads Town Council will meet in regular
session at 6 p.m in the Sneads Town Hall.
.* Alcoholics Anonymous has an open meeting
each Tuesday, from 8 to 9 p.m., at the First United
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna;
Meet in the AA room.
February 11 Wednesday
Southeastern Community Blood fCenter Mobile
Unfit.will be taking blood donations from 8 a.m. to 4
p.m. EST at Florida State Hospital. Call 526-4403.-
Chipola College retirees (faculty and staff) meet
at 11:30 a.m. for lunch at the Gazebo Coffee Shoppe
& Deliinh Marianna.'. ,
Alcoholics Anonymous has an open meeting
each Wednesday, noon to 1 p.m., 3l Ihe First United
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna.
Meet in the AA room.

February 12- Thursday
Southeastern Community Blood Center Mobile
Unit will be taking blood donations from 8 a.m. to 2
p.m. at Graceville High School. Call 526-4403.
The Jackson County School Board convenes for
its regular board work session at 4 p.m. The board
meeting is Feb. 17.
The Chipola Regional Workforce Development
Board Inc. general board meeting is at 6 p.m. in the
Workforce board offices in Marianna. Call 800-382-
Alcoholics Anonymous meets each Thursday for
a "closed discussion," 8 to 9 p.m., at the First United
Methodist Church, '2901 "'aledonia St., Marianna.
Meet in the AA room. Attendance is limited to per-
sons with a desire to stop drinking.

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The Marianna Police
Department listed the fol-
lowing incidents for Feb. 5
and 6, the latest available
reports: Five traffic acci-
dents,one suspi-
cious person, two
suspicious inci- -:.
dents, two distur- -
bance calls, one bur- R '
glar alarm: call, one
larceny report, one
trespassing report, two loud
noise/disturbance com-
plaints, three animal com-
plaints, one dog complaint,
one retail theft/shoplifting,
two agency assists, five
public service calls, three
warrants served, 27 traffic

The Jackson County
Sheriff's Office listed the
following incidents for
Feb. 5 and 6, the latest
available, reports: Five
abandoned vehicles,one

alarm, two animal com-
plaints, five agency assists,
five burglary reports, four
civil disputes, four criminal
registrations, three crimi-
nal mischief/vandalism
reports, one dead
--.-- person, six distur-
-_ ; bahce calls, one
_L_- drug investigation,
IME one drunk pedestri-
an report, two for-
gery/fraud reports,
one information report,
three larceny reports, one
loud noise/music com-
plaints, two missing person
reports, one patrol request,
four public service calls,
five suspicious incident/per-
son/vehicle reports, one
threat report, two traffic
accidents, 34 traffic stops,
two transports, three tres-
passing reports, 15 warrant
arrests/prisoners in cus-
tody, one reckless driver
report, one lost/stolen tag


The .following persons
were booked into the coun-
ty jail during the latest
reporting period:
Richard Grissei, '30,'
2969 Sandpath Road,
Bonifay, violation of state
probation, hold for Holmes
Kenneth Bellar, 33,
2118 Miller Lane, Chipley,
worthless checks.
Derrick Simmons, 31,'
3625 FCI Road, Marianna,
fugitive from justice.
Robin Morgan, 48,
6385 Blue Arrow Drive,
Marianna, second degree
arson, burning to defraud
Eric Sutton, 44, 6011
Blue Springs Road,
Greenwood, second degree
arson, burning to defraud
I Eric Trosclair, 19,
5837 Formessa Lane,
Marianna, violation of con-
ditional release.

Larry Ward, 52, 5750
Florida Pond Lane,
Malone, violation of state
Marilyn Martin, 27,
2929 Harley Drive,
Marianna, violation of state
Mary Meeks, 48, 257
Gosha Road, Gordon, Ala.,
violation of state probation.
Derwin Worley, 40,
3624 Highway 73 South,
Marianna, sentenced to 60
Antwan Sims, 31,
3096 Penn Ave., Marianna,
hold for Walton County.
Tajuana Gibson, 36,
2850 Bertram St., Marianna,

violation of state probation.
Dontavious Walker,
18, 1575 Rising Loop,
Sneads, violation of condi-
tional release.
Trisha Brooks, 27,
7026 Beach Drive, Panama
City, violation of county
probation, hold for
Department of Corrections.


To report a crime, call
CrimeStoppers at 526-
To report a wildlife viola-
tion, call 1-888- 404-
FWGC (3922).

Getting it Right!

The Jackson County Floridan strives to make sure
content in the newspaper is accurate and factual. When
the Floridan learns that it has made an error, it is our
policy to correct the mistake promptly.
To report an error, please call the newsroom at 526-
3614 Monday-Friday.


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Publisher: Valeria Roberts

Managing Editor: Michael Becker

Guest Opinion


made the

right move

Last month was not a good one for
embattled politicians. On Jan. 25,
Salvatore DiMasi, speaker of the
Massachusetts House, announced his
resignation in the wake of federal and
state investigations into his relation-
ship with a lobbyist.
On Jan. 29, Illinois Gov. Rod
Blagojevich, facing federal corruption
charges, was impeached.
And on Jan. 30, Ray Sansom, the
subject of both criminal and Ethics
Commission investigations, stepped
down from his leadership post.
That's good news. With the Florida
Legislature facing a $3.5 billion
deficit, House members could no
longer afford the distraction of
Sansom waging a legal and political
battle for his survival.,
Frankly, it was past time for Sansom
to go. Like DiMasi and Blagojevich,
the Destin Republican staunchly
maintains he is innocent of any
wrongdoing. And he -will have the
opportunity to demonstrate that in the
proper arena: the criminal-justice sys-
It is to their discredit that House
Republicans waited so long to nudge
Sansom out of his leadership position.
He remained at his post during a cru-
cial special session, even as his legal
difficulties became the stuff of daily
news reports. Finally, on Thursday,
J.C. Planas, R-Miami,, mustered the
courage to be the first to say it aloud
"Ray needs to step down."
Planas also said there's "nothing in
the House rules that allow a speaker to
have a temporary inability. There's
nothing about a recusal either."
Sansom is being investigated because
he took a $110,000-a-year job with
Northwest Florida State College -
after delivering millions of dollars min
extraordinary construction appropria-
tions to that small Panhandle school.
The college trustees who hired him
are also under scrutiny for possibly
violating, the state's Sunshine Law.
And it turns out that a $6 million air-
port emergency training and response
facility that, Sansom got funding for
looks remarkably like an aircraft
hanger that a developer with ties to
Sansom wanted to have built for pri-
vate-jet operations.
"I expect positive outcomes, and I
am confident 'that, when' the facts are
known, my honesty and integrity will
be confirmed," Sansom said upon
relinquishing the speaker's post.
Good luck to him on that. But in the
meantime, it's the integrity of the
Florida House of Representatives that
must take priority.

Reprinted with permission from The
(Lakeland) Ledger.

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Florida left State
Farm with no choice

Dear editor,
I hope you will consider
printing this letter in your
paper about State Farm's
decision to pull out of the
Florida market.
"What about the cus-
tomers? How can' State Farm
abandon people who have
faithfully paid their premi-
ums for so many years?"
There are alternatives.
State Farm Florida could
keep collecting premiums
and pretend nothing was
wrong. State Farm Florida
would go bankrupt and leave
customers with empty prom-
ises in the event of a claim.
However, State Farm Florida
takes seriously its promise to
be there when you have a
claim and to pay everything
owed. Insolvency is not an
option State Farm Florida
will consider.
There were other alterna-
tives. State Farm Florida
could ask for a rate increase
in the parts of the state
where it is needed. This has
been done and has been
State Farm Florida could
appeal the rejection in every
possible legal venue. This
has been done and the com-

pany is running out of time.
State Farm Florida could
appeal, publicly, to the insur-
ance commissioner for the
opportunity to price their
products how they must in
order to remain solvent. This
would let the customer chose
to accept the price or chose
another insurance company.
This has been attempted, and
has been rejected by the
insurance commissioner.
State Farm Florida could
ask for a personal audience
with the governor to ask for
the same thing. They have
and the governor has refused.
The governor has even made
public his preference that
State Farm leave the state of
Florida altogether. He has his
own reasons for this, all of
them political.
Well, the next question
might be, "Why is State
Farm Florida the only com-
pany making this claim
about inadequate premi-
ums?" We are not the only
"Why is the amount you
collect now not enough?"
One reason has to do with
the amount of additional
claim guarantees (called
reinsurance) State Farm
Florida purchases each year.
They purchase enough to
handle a Katrina or Andrew
if it happens again.

"State Farm intends to
honor every contract. An
insurance 'company should be
prepared for the worst. If they
make promises, they should
be prepared keep them. If
they cannot reasonably expect
to keep them, they should not
make any more promises.
"What about all those
years when State Farm
Florida collected premiums
and there were no big
storms?" It has been spent on
storms, reinsurance, regular
claims and operating expens-
es. It has not gone to fat
salaries 6r to Wall Street. All
State Farm subsidiaries are
ultimately owned by the pol-
icyholders of State Farm
Mutual Automobile
Insurance Company.
"Doesn't the parent com-
pany have a lot of money?"
Yes, it does. But State Farm
Florida has to stand on its
own in the same way a
branch location in any busi-
ness should operate at a prof-
it or close its doors.
If you, a Jackson County
resident, do not like paying
higher premiums for some-
one who lives on the Gulf of
Mexico, then you really
should riot ask a person liv-
ing in Iowa to subsidize
Florida's problems, either.
That is what you are doing if
you ask the rest of the coun-


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try to take its premium dol-
lars to bail you out of our
hurricane situation.
If you don't like it, you
should be able to see why
they wouldn't like it, either.
"What can I do about it?"
Call the governor and tell
him to let the customers
decide whom they want as an.
insurance company. Tell him
he does not have to decide
for us, we are capable of
deciding for ourselves. Call
your legislators and tell them
the same'thing.
Every day we make similar
decisions. We decide between
different brands of automo-
biles. We decide between one
grocery store and another. We
do not tell car makers or gro-
cery stores how much to
charge, or just how much we
are willing to pay. Insurance,
in this' case, need not be dif-
Let State Farm run its own
business and let the public
make up its own mind about
the price.
By the way, that is what
Louisiana has done in its
insurance market. They have
a healthy marketplace that'
has recovered nicely from
Hurricane Katrina.
Keith Williams
State Farm agent

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IIII project is necessary dur-
ing this tough economic
period. Another audience
member wondered what
entity would serve as a
watch dog to ensure that
contracts in road and
bridge infrastructure were
awarded fairly and equi-
Coley said citizens can
expect "the same process
for contracts as usual."
On another issue, the
Dist. 7 representative dis-
cussed the difficulty rural
school districts such as
Jackson County face
when meeting state class
size requirements.
School districts are
S requiredd to keep instruc-
SMional classes at a ratio of
"When the class size
amendment passed years
ago, it sounded good,"

Coley said. But, she said,
in rural areas, it's extreme-
ly difficult to fund.
Coley said she hopes
the legislature will try to
create more flexibility by
incorporating a district
average or school aver-,
age. She also noted a con-
versation now taking
place about easing the
penalties imposed on dis-
tricts that don't comply.
with the class size
"But it's in our consti-
tution," Coley said more
than once. "We don't have
a lot we can do about this.
It's in our constitution.
The citizens of Florida
said, 'We want this.'"
One thing that has been
done that might ease the
financial squeeze from
class size rules, Coley
said, is allowing school
districts to use a portion

of their capitol outlay
funds toward operating
Throughout the event,
Lawson emphasized his
desire to see state employ-
ees received a pay raise.
He exhibited frustration
over funding going
toward pilot programs
that don't create jobs,
instead of that money
going directly to Florida's
Lawson said he plans to
make that his top priority
in the March legislative
session, promising to
make a pay raise for state
employees his first
Audience member
Wallace Haber urged the
panel. of legislators to
speak on the taxation of
Haber said Florida has
the fourth-lowest cigarette

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tax in the' nation, and,
attributed high Medicare
costs to lung disease.
Lawson spoke in favor
of the tax.
"I'm very much for the
tax ... the federal govern-
ment increased the tax by
62 cents, and that will
effect how we increase the
cigarette tax," Lawson
He said the tax could be
used to help the state fund
The tax, Lawson said,
could "curtail many
young people from smok-
One veteran in the audi-
ence expressed his con-
cern over what he said is a
lack of efficient health
care'for veterans."
Drake said Congress
should to be more fiscally
responsible so that there
is enough money avail-

able for health care for
Toward the end of the
question and answer ses-
sion, an audience member
suggested that a plaque be
removed from the White
House building at Arthur
G. Dozier School for
Boys. The plague notes
the abuse that took place
at the school in the 1940s
and 1950s.
Lawson said he would
continue to talk to Gov.
Charlie Crist's office
about it.
Lawson said that prior
to recent media coverage,
he'd never heard of abuse
or killings at the school.
He said coverage of the
allegations of abuse
would spur more calls to
privatize the juvenile jus-
tice system, something he
would not prefer to hap-

M elvin Continued From Page 1A
Friday Power Breakfast the community and "Our award recipient focus on serving them people in our community,
each February. improved the quality of knows that leadership is rather than bringing time and again they
"The recipient of the life for the people in not just sitting behind a attention to themselves," stepped up to the plate
Jackson County Jackson County within the desk directing actions. Streetman said. and reached beyond their
Excellence in Leadership past year," chamber chair- They know, that leading' "For our award recipi- business to make -a dif-
Award should be an indi- man Jamie Streetman told by example means get- ent, compassion is as ference in our communi- .
viduial whose ideas, vision the crowd. During ting down in the trenches much about whom. they ty." -. ., t
and hard work, through Friday's presentation, and, joining those with are as what they jdo. Melvin owns and oper-
leadership roles in their Melvin was described as a whom they' work. And Whether it's addressing ates David H. Melvin
profession or with civic true, role model "whose just as significant, their .the needs of employees, -Engineering, which
activities, achieved signif- example is worthy of emu- approach to. hands-on the needs of their own employs 40 professionals '
icant, tangible benefits tp lation by others." work with others is t6": tariil\. or the needs- of in Jackson County. David. H. Melvin

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A local resident and employee of the
management district will play a big part in
the process of managing the property once
the deal is done.
John Valenta, who lives in 'Marianna,.
has managed a nearby 7,638 acre parcel of
state-owned land since the mid-1990s. He
will also oversee the new parcel, which is
directly across.the river from the district's
existing Upper Chipola River Water'
Management Area.
One of his first jobs will be to evaluate.'
,the new.property-and see what needs to be
done in terms of restoring the natural sys-
For instance, if he finds non-native and
inappropriate plant life that need, to be
taken out and replaced with natives, he
will report that, and a decision will be
made about whether to proceed.
Cleckley said there are no immediate

plans to create public access points to the
land. But he also pointed out that there is
one easy route already in place. ,.
At. the Christoff Ferry Landing off
Bump Nose Road on the west end of
Marianna[, visitors can stand at the boat
ramp and view a section' of the parcel. It's
an easy.,paddle across the narrow river to
reach the other side.
The state has already 'announced that
the land will be open to hunting and fish-
ing-, but has niot established internal
boundaries'.delineating the areas where
these acti'-ities will be allowed. ,
Those kinds of decisions, Clecklev'said,
would be premature at this point. But the
overall goal is well established to o
protect the natural system and ensure
proper water quantity and quality.
Protection of resources is the main rea-
. son for the land acquisition. The Chipola

,Ri\er is fed b\ 63 identified springs, all
but, four of them inside the boundaries of
Jackson Count\.
The parcel is about a mile north of the
Florida Caverns State Park, one of
Jackson County's most valuable natural
, A major tributary of the Apalachicola
River and Bay system, the Chipola River
basin stretches from Holmes County in
Alabama to the Dead Lakes area in central
Gulf County.
The river itself begins where-Marshall
and Cowarts creeks merge, about nine
miles above Marianna.
Chad Taylor, a local and often vocal
activist in the quest to protect the area's
natural resources, said he was excited to
hear that the land deal has gotten this far.
"The opportunity to protect a spring
like that is& rare," he said "There aren't

man) that are publicly owned, and now it
can be both protected and used," he said.
"It represents a tremendous recreational
opportunity, and I would say it's far more
valuable in that way than it would be if it
stayed on the tax rolls."
.Taylor brought that up, he said, because
"land acquisition has been a bit of a con-
troversial thing, because it costs the gov-
ernment money and it takes land off the
tax rolls, but I say that's a false argument.
It's going to bring more people here to
spend' their money in the local economy.
It's an eco-tourism opportunity, and at the
same time it's groundwater protection
around the spring."
Similar examples already exist in the
county, he said. "I think you can look at
the Citizens Lodge property as a prime
example of how this type of arrangement
can benefit the county in many ways."

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each month, but some of the most
lovable pets are often .overlooked
because of their age. Gator,-for
example is a fluffy 4-year-old
chow who almost looks like he's
smiling. He might warm the heart
of someone's valentine this month.

"Any dog that's been there over
five months, we waive adoption
fees and all we require is the spay
and neuter deposit. It's the same
with some of the older cats that
have been here over five or six
months," O'Quinn said.

Those who cannot adopt a pet
can still enhance the' lives of the
shelter animals in other ways,
O'Quinn said.
"Any donations are appreciat-
ed. We rely on grants and dona-
tions and the low adoption fees

we get. We always welcome vol-
unteers to come help out. If they
don't want to work, they can
come play with the animals and
give them attentions. They're all
starved for affection. They're all
really gentle. We don't have any

violent dogs," O'Quinn said.
She said donations can come in
the form of kitty litter, bleach,
paper towels or other cleaning sup-
plies, dog treats or cash.
"We welcome any help,"
O'Quinn said.


Marianna Chapel
Funeral Home
3960 Lafayette St
Marianna, FL 32446

Charles W. Davis

Charles W. Davis, 87,
died Friday, Feb. 6, 2009, in
Marianna, after living for
many years with
disease. He
was born
March 21,
A descen-
dent of original
settlers of Marianfia,
Charles lived his entire life
in Marianna, except during
his four years serving in the
Marine Corps during World
War II, and while earning
his B.Sc. from Florida State
Charles was preceded in
death, by his parents, Walter
and Pearl Davis; two broth-
ers, James Folsom Davis
and Frederick Floyd Davis;
and two sisters, Elizabeth
Davis, and Evelyn Davis
He is survived by his
wife of 60 years, Ruth
Ervin Davis; and his four
children, Charles "Chuck"
Davis Jr. and wife Lisa of
Marianna, Linda Rowland
and husband Larry of Fort
Collins, Colo., Richard
Davis and wife Cathy of
Tallahassee, and Mary
Pettis and husband Rick of
Mr. Davis is also sur-
vived by 11 grandchildren:
Bobby Davis and. wife
Brandi, Steve Davis and
wife Amanda, Jason Davis
and wife Nicole, Krissi
Davis, Amber Rowland,
Russell Rowland, Sara
Davis, Andy Davis, Lisa
Davis, Michael Pettis and
Stephanie Pettis; as well as
seven great-grandchildren:
Zac Davis, Sarea Davis,
C.J. Davis, Sean Mandigo,
Isaac Branca, Devin

Cheshire and Emma
Cheshire. Also surviving is
his brother, Walter R. Davis
Jr. of Lakeland; and sister,
Pearl Davis Peacock of
The family will receive
friends from 6 to 7:30 p.m..
Monday, Feb. 9; at
Marianna Chapel Funeral
Services for Mr. Davis
will be at 10 a.m. Tuesday,
Feb. 10,. at the Marianna
First: United Methodist
Church, with Dr. Bob
McKibben and the Rev.
Bob Calvert presiding. A
private burial service for
family only will be held
afterwards at Riverside,
Memorial flowers may
be sent to Marianna Chapel
Funeral Home, or donations
in Charles' memory may be
sent to the Activities
Department of Marianna
Health and Rehab Center,'
4295 Fifth Ave., Marianna,
FL, 32446.
Marianna Chapel Funeral
Home is in charge of
Expressions of sympathy
may be submitted online at

Marianna Chapel
Funeral Home
3960 Lafayette St
Marianna, FL 32446

Myrtice JoAnn Moats

Myrtice JoAnn Moats,
55, of Marianna passed
away Friday, Feb. 6, 2009,
in Jackson Hospital.
Services for Mrs. Moats
will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday,
Feb. 10, in the Marianna
Chapel Funeral Home, with
interment to follow in
Cedar Grove Cemetery.
The family will receive
friends from 6 to 8 p.m.
Monday Feb. 9, in the
funeral home.
Marianna Chapel Funeral

Home is in. charge of
Expressions of sympathy
may. be submitted online at

Marianna Chapel
Funeral Home
3960 Lafayette St
Marianna, FL 32446
Mary Lorene Watson

Mary Lorene Watson, 77,
of Alford passed away
Friday, Feb. '"6, 2009, in
Southeast Alabama
Medical Center. She was a
lifelong resident of this area
and a member of the Salem
Freewill Baptist Church.
She was preceded in
death by her parents, James
.Langley and Martha Brock
Hallman; 'daughter, Valter
Watson;. and son, James
Edward Watson.
Survivors' include her
husband of 61 years, Jean
Leroy Watson; two sons,
Jean Havard Watson and
wife Patricia and John
Wesley Watson and wife
Brenda, all of Alford; and
her sister, Linnie Dilmore
of Cottondale; four grand-
children, Valerie Lewis,
Sharon Curry, James
Chafin II and Cindy Jordon;
10 great-grandchildren; and
two great-great-grandchil-
Services for Mrs. Watson,
will be at 10 a.m. Monday,
Feb. 9, in the Salem
Freewill Baptist Church,
with the Rev. Donnie
Hussey officiating.
Interment will follow in the
church cemetery.
The family will receive
friends from 6 to 8 p.m.
Sunday, Feb. 8, in the
Marianna Chapel Funeral
Marianna Chapel Funeral
Home is in charge of
Expressions of sympathy

may be submitted online at

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

Emily Jean Hill

Emily Jean Hill passed'
*away at her residence,
Thursday, Feb. 5, 2009. She,
was born to Felix, and
Maggie Ingram

1930. 'She
was a mem-
ber of the
She and the
late J.C. "Buck" Hill were
the founders of Hill's
Group Home, since .1974.
She loved cooking for fam-
ily and taking care of peo-
ple with disabilities.
She is preceded in death
by her father and mother;
late husband, J.C. "Buck"
Hill; brother, Osie Ingram;
sons-in-law, Joseph Marion
Floyd Jr. and Bill Barber;
and her in-laws, Charlie
and Flora Hill.
She is survived by her
husband, Donald E. Hill;
one son, Charles A. Hill
and wife Linda of
Tallahassee; two daughters,
Gwen Floyd-Folsom and
husband Kenny, and
Shirlene Barrentine and
husband' Marshall, all of
Marianna; two stepdaugh-
ters, Sharon Barber and
Sheila Hill of Cottondale;
and three sisters, Georgia
Fussell and late husband Ed
of Mt. Dora, Violet Cupp
and husband Danny of
Tallahassee, and
Magdalene Sarvis and hus-
band David of Lake Wells.
She leaves the love of her
life, her grandchildren,
Joey Floyd (Teresa), Tracy

Barrentine (Stephanie),
Chip Caruthers, Jamie
Barrentine (Tammy),
Jeremy Floyd (Holly),
Adam Hill (Teri), Melissa
Sweeney (Greg) and Dink
Barber (Carla); and her
great-grandchildren, Brett
Floyd, Chase Duckworth,
Casey Dauphin, Grayson
Barrentine, Landon
Caruthers, Tori, Brooke and
Colin Barrentine, Emily
and Kimber Floyd, Darbey
and Dustyn Sweeney,
Michael Mayo and
Madelyn Barber; one foster
child, Anthony Hill; and
five special young men she
raised as her own.
Viewing will be from 5 to
7 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 8, at
James and Sikes Funeral
Home-Maddox Chapel.
The funeral will be at 1
p.m. Monday, Feb. 9, at
James and Sikes Funeral
Home, 'with the Rev.
William Walker and Walker
McCoy officiating.
Interment will follow in
Pinecrest Memorial
Gardens. James and Sikes
Funeral Home-Maddox
Chapel is in charge of serv-

Pittman Funeral
Homes Co.
203 S. Commerce St.
Geneva, AL 36340

Nuna B. Cotton Thompson

Mrs. Nuna B. Cotton
Thompson of Geneva, Ala.
went home to be with her
Lord on Friday, Feb. 6,
2009, at Flowers Hospital.
She was 89.
A celebration of her life
will be at 2 p.m. Sunday,
Feb. 8, at the Maple Avenue
Baptist Church with the
Rev. David Amerson and
Royce Reagan officiating.
Burial will follow in the
Sunset Memorial Gardens,
with Pittman Funeral Home
of Geneva directing.
The family received

friends from 6 to 8 p.m.
Saturday, Feb. 7, at the
funeral home.
Mrs. Thompson was born
in Geneva on Sept. 8, 1919,
and lived there for most of
her life. She and her hus-
band, Frank, owned a busi-
ness in Brewton, Ala., but
loved the family farm on
the Belwood Highway,
where, until their retire-
ment, they spent most of
their time in the farming
Mrs. Thompson also
owned Nuna's Nylon Nook,
where she taught many peo-
ple how to sew.
She loved people and
never met a stranger. She
also loved flowers, piano
music, fishing, crocheting
and sewing for her friends
-and family.
She leaves to cherish her
loving memories, six chil-
dren, Waunette (Don) Puhl
of Geneva, Ramona (Gary)
Ferguson of Pasadena,
Calif., Jackie (Royce)
Reagan of Marianna, Linda
(Wells) Draughon of
Geneva, Dr. Sonny
.Thompson of Geneva, and
Wayne Thompson of
Geneva; a sister, Gayle
Williams of Niceville; a
brother, Kermit Cotton of
Daleville, Ala.; 11 grand-
children; 12 great-grand-
children; and many nieces
and nephews.

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

Franklin Judd, 57, of
Marianna died Friday, Feb.
6, 2009, at Jackson
Arrangements will be
announced later by James
and Sikes Funeral Home-
Maddox Chapel.

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A great gallery of horrible weather,
created by students of Jackson County

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Last week the Jackson County Floridan
invited area children to get out their
crayons, markers, paints or other art sup-
plies and create some "dangerous weath-
er" artwork.
Some subject areas students chose from.
were: Fire, tornado, hurricane, flood,

Jordan Dominguez, 1st grade, Cottondale
Elementary School

lightning, freezing temperatures, and giar1
. wave (tsunami).
A large number of entries were submit-
ted prior to the Feb. 6 deadline. The art
will be featured in the Lifestyle section of
the Floridan as space permits over the next
several, weeks.

Cody Froan, 1st grade, Cottondale
Elementary School

Hunter Martin, 1st grade,'Cottondale
Elementary School

Briana Davis, 1st grade, Cottondale
Elementary School

Nicky (last name omitted), 1st-grade,
Cottondale Elementary School

Zechariah C. Brown, 1st grade, Cottondale
Elementary School

Damaris Gabriel-Paola, 5th grade,
Riverside Elementary School

Jocelyn N. Hickman, 1st grade, Cottondale
Elementary School

To look at more weather art by local students.
check out the Dangerous Weather Art Gallery later this week at
\% \vw.jcfloridan.com.

Xavier Davis, 1st grade, Cottondale
Elementary School

Austin Grissett, 1st grade, Cottondale
Elementary School

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Partners for Pets on Parade

If you are interested in adopting any of these pets
or would like more information, you may stop by
the Partners for Pets shelter at 4011 Maintenance
Dr., in Marianna. The shelter hours are Monday
through Friday, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., and Saturday, 10
a.m. to 1 p.m..
You may also call 482-4570 or visit www.part-
nersforpets.petfinder.com Partners for Pets would

like to invite everyone to its open house on Saturday,
Feb. 14, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.. This will be a great
time to come see the shelter's improvements, meet
the staff, have some refreshments and see some real-
ly great pets.
We will be having a "Sweetheart Sale" to help
some our older cats find new homes. You might just
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Kyndel Tyus and Charles "Philip" Wynn

Tyus, Wynn announce

their March wedding

Mr. and Mrs. Rodney
A. Tyus announce the
engagement of their
daughter, Kyndel Erin
Tyus,- to Charles
"Philip" Wynn, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Charles M.
The bride-to-be is the
granddaughter of Mr.
and Mrs. George W.
Tyus of Greenwood; and
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph E.
Stanley of Grand Ridge.
The bride-to-be, a
2003 homeschool gradu-
ate, is currently
employed at the
Information Station as
the office manager.
The groom-to-be is
the grandson of Mrs.
Joanne Wynn and the

late Mr. Milton G. Wynn
Sr. of Marianna; and
Mrs. Jean Hovanec and
the late Mr. Robert E.
Hovanec of Ft.
The groom-to-be, a
1999 graduate of
Dayspring Christian
Academy, graduated
with honors from Troy
State University in 2003
with a B.Sc. degree in
computer information
systems networking. He
is also a licensed
Microsoft systems engi-
neer and the owner and
operator of International
Information Station.
The couple will wed
on March 14, 2009, at 2
p.m., at Evangel Worship
Center in Marianna.

Lenora James and Marvin A. Henderson

Henderson, James

are to wed in July

Smith, Lashley

to be married

John F. and Joyce D.
Smith of Malone will give
their daughter, Heather
Denise Smith, to James
Chadwick Lashley in mar-
riage Feb. 14, 2009, at 5
p.m., at the Log Cabin in
Sneads. Family and friends
are welcome.
The bride's grandparents
are Mildred K. Smith of
Cottonwood, Ala., and the
late Alexander Bill Smith;
and Thomas G. and
Amanda Hall of Port St.

Joe and Eastpoint, and the
late Gracie Hall.
James C. Lashley, also
known as Chad, graduated
from Sneads High School.
He is the son of James R.
and Gay Lashley of
Quincy; and Sheila J. and
Mark Hodges of Grand
His grandparents are
Ronald and Juanita Lashley
of Sneads; C.W. and Clara
Nutt of Marianna; and the
late Gene Darby of Sneads.

Marvin A. Henderson
and Lenora James are
engaged. Marvin pro-
posed to Lenora on Dec.
25, 2008, in the presence
of family and friends.
He is the son of
Marvin and Irene
Henderson of
Cottondale, and she is
the daughter of Robert
James II (Angela
James) of Chipley and
Beverly Washington
(Eddie Washington)

of Cottondale.
Marvin is a juvenile
counselor at the Jackson
Juvenile Offender
Correctional Center.
Lenora has a Bachelor
of Science degree in
chemistry and is
presently an educator at
Chipley High School.
The ceremony will
take place July 25,
2009, at New Beginning
Outreach Ministries in
Jacob City.

Katherine Dunn

Dunn is 4 years old

Kaiden Henry Chehardy

Barnes, Chehardy

welcome a son

Isabelle Grace Wester

Wester turns 11

Katherine Faith' Dunn
of Grand Ridge celebrat-
ed her fourth birthday
Jan. 25, 2009.
She is the daughter of
Ricky Dunn and Ashley
Dunn of Grand Ridge.
Grandparents are the
late Katherine Beltran of
Grand Ridge; and Jodi
and Johnny Moats of
Grand Ridge.
A party was held at 1

p.m. Jan. 25, at her
grandmother's house in
Grand Ridge.
For her fourth birth-
day, Katherine celebrat-
ed her birthday like a
rock star. "Hannah
Montana" was the theme
of the party. All her fam-
ily and friends enjoyed a
pink and purple
"Hannah Montana"

Lori Barnes and Sean
Chehardy of Sneads
announce the birth of a son,,
Kaiden Henry Chehardy,
on Dec. 16, 2008, at 3:19
p.m. at Gulf Coast in
Panama City.
At birth, he weighed 7
pounds, 6 ounces. and was
211V2 inches in length.
He joins a brother, Trai
Danzey, 19 months, and
was welcomed home by
numerous aunts and uncles.

Maternal grandparents
are Tim and Tasha Barnes
of Kynesville; and Melissa
Barnes and Ricky Smith of
Kentucky. Paternal grand-
parents are Fonda
Chehardy of Wewahitchka.
Great-grandparents are
Voncile and the late Azell
Barnes of Kynesville;
Christine and Ronnie
Owens of Sneads; and Judy
and Henry Dama of Port
St. Joe.

Isabelle Grace Wester,
daughter of Will and Patty
Wester of Grand Ridge,
celebrated her llth birth-
day at Panama City Beach
in December, with a slum-
ber party.
The girls giggled the
night away as they watched
-movies before sleeping in

their sleeping bags.
The next day they
enjoyed playing shuffle-
board, putt-putt golf and
the playground at Venture
Out, before having lunch
and birthday cake.
"The Littlest Pet Shop"
was the theme of Grace's
party. ,

Jackson County

Life Policy

Birthdays photographs with cop) are free for
children 12 years old and under and adults 90 years old
and above. T-here are no exceptions
All other birthdays, including those signifying special
bithdays such as 40th or 50th, must run as paid adver-
Weddings $35 for the first 250 words. $20 for an
addiuonal 150 words One photo is allowed per wed-
Engagements $35 for the tirst 250 sords. $20
foi an additional 150 words. One photo is allowed per
Anniversaries Fiee for the 50th. 75th and an\
anni\ersaries above 75. Anni\ersaries in this category
nmjy include up to two photo' an earls \eax] of mar-
naje photo and a present-daN picture. Annruersanes;
that do not meet the requnements to free placement
cosi 5$35 for the tir-t 250 word. and ima include one
phou. A second photo will cost an additional $20 Also.
a charge of $20 v. ill be added for each additional 150I
% ords.
Dce.dline tor Sunda\ is Wedncsdas at noon. Send
submissions to editonal@'Icloldan com. or mail them
to P.O. Box 5211, MNananni, FL, 32447. The Jackson
County Floridan re.crve- the right to edii all advertising
and news content ubmintted for publication.
Stay up to date on Jackson Count- Life by subscrib-
ing to the Jackson County Flondan. Call 526-3614.

More resistance, less acceptance


For years our country
has been -looked at as a
strong blueprint for lesser
nations of the world. Even
our enemies were
impressed with. our
resources, prosperity and
We are still considered
by most of the world as the
greatest country, but some-
where along the way we
seem to have lost some of
our luster.
Our new president has
come into office with his
mind set on making
changes, but despite what
some may think, he is not a
miracle worker. There are
quite a few unanswered
questions that surround us.
What happened to the
economy? What is the real
reason our men and
women are losing their
lives in Iraq? Is there some
unknown entity responsi-
ble for the negative situa-
tions affecting our coun-
Although we can blame
those in powerful positions
for many of our problems,
I feel there are a host of
problems that have been
caused by actions or lack
of participation from citi-
zens of our country.
The lack of moral

responsibility has caused
us as a country to suffer! I
know that sounds like a
strong statement since it's
not coming from a preach-
er, but facts are facts. In
my opinion we have
become a country of more
acceptance and less resist-
Some years back, it was
easy to blame some of the
moral decline of our coun-
try on certain groups or
actions. The lyrics and
strong instrumentation that
rap and hip hop music ini-
tiated caused a big stir
from many of our citizens.
Now there seems to be
more acceptance and less
resistance to rap and hip
hop than in the past. For
me, some of the renditions
of rap and hip hop music
done by men or women of
good conscience is a part
of the music variety I
enjoy, but I will never
appreciate the vulgarity
and negativity that comes
from some of today's rap
and hip hop, country music
and blue singers; or any
other form of negative
Television, music and
entertainment, radio and
the movie industries are
presenting programs,
music, stage events and
films that involve more
acts of violence and sexu-

ality than ever before.
There is a strong demand
from the general public for
presentations with vio-
lence and sexual content,
and it is bringing wealth to
the writers, producers,
arrangers, distributors and
anyone else involved.
There is no way they could
be so successful without
you and I having more
acceptance and less resist-
Let's face it; for a coun-
try based on a strong belief
in God, we have slipped
quite a bit. I never thought
I would have a problem
figuring out if a person

appearing to be a man is
really a man, or if an indi-
vidual looking like a
woman is really a woman.
In too many cases men are
acting like women, and
women are acting like
The expertise in surgery
has allowed a anan or
woman to change his or
her look and body. What's
going on? Have we
become a country of more
acceptance and less resist-
I can still remember the
times I would do some-
thing my parents weren't
pleased with, and I was
told "If you don't stand for
something, you'll fall for
anything." I didn't know
where that quote originat-
ed, but it definitely worked
on me.
I feel this is a time in our
history that we each should
try to stop accepting every-
thing thrown our way. It's
time for the bleeding to
Are we willing to contin-
ue to let moral decay infil-
trate our way of living?
There are all types of so-
called experts who can
give us advice about how
to live a more wholesome
life, but in many of life's
situations, stagnation and
complacency can lead to
continuous deterioration.



Chipola homecoming winners

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Courtney Corbin was crowned Chipola's 2009 Homecoming Queen and Kris
Sampson was crowned 2009 Mr. Chipola during the Homecoming game on Jan.
31. Members of the 2009 Homecoming Court are, from left: Erica Manning, Terron
Pope, Quintin Beechum, Madison Wester, 2009 Mr. Chipola Kris Sampson, 2009
Queen Courtney Corbin, 2008 queen Ashley Duce, 2008 Mr. Chipola Keith
Watford, Emily Harrison, Josh Johnson; Alicia Hatcher and Mikey Smith.
Homecoming Talent Show winners are: First Keith Watford and Kris Sampson;
second Marshall Hilton, Dan Gochenaur, Ronald Shores and Cam Hitchcock;
third Courtney Corbin and Mindy Shamblin; Best Solo Emily Redmond; Best
Dance Group BSU. Dance Team; Best Singing Group Marcus Mallett and
Daniel Martin. Homecoming Building Decoration winners are: First Black Student
Union; second Future Educators Club; and third Phi Beta Lambda. -
Contributed photo

honored for years of service

Sunland Service Award recipients, from left, front row, Cynthia Williams, 20 years;
Patricia Grainger, 25 years; Sharon Dudley, 20 years; back row, Ernestine McKay,
30 years; Stephanie Russ, 20 years; James Miller 35 years; (not pictured) John
Payne, 20 years; and Joyce McKinnie, 20 years were honored at Sunland Center's
quarterly Service Awards Luncheon on Jan. 28, at the Gazebo Restaurant in
Marianna. Employees with 20, 25, 30 or 35 years of continuous service with the
state were presented with an engraved plaque, lapel pin, certificate, and a letter of
appreciation from Sunland Superintendent Dr. Tracy Clemmons. Contkibuted

Hospice looking
for helping hands
Residents looking for .a
chance to make good on the
New Year's resolution to
help others and be a service
to the community, are being
invited by Emerald Coast
Hospice to become a volun-
-Emerald Coast Hospice is
in need of volunteers in the
Jackson, Calhoun,
Washington and Holmes
County areas. Becoming a
hospice volunteer is similar
to helping a neighbor in
need and the only qualifica-
tion required is a desire to
help someone.
Volunteers don't need
any special medical skills or
a college degree.
.Residents can even
choose what type of volun-
teer they want to be trained
as: patient care, bereave-
ment support, administra-
tion, crafts and many more.
Sign up for hospice volun-
teer training, which will be
held at the local office in
A training date has been
set for Feb. 17, at 5:30 p.m.,
at 4374 Lafayette Street. A
light snack and drinks will
be provided.
For more information,
please contact Earl
Mathews at Emerald Coast
Hospice in Marianna, 526-
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68 inducted to MHS Beta

The Marianna High
School Beta Club held
its Induction Ceremony,
Thursday, January 29 at
the Marianna High
School Auditorium.
There were 68 inductees
in this year's ceremony,
making the total mem-
bership at MHS 249
members strong.
The theme of the
evening was centered
around the National
Beta Club Motto, "Let
us lead by serving oth-
ers." Academic
achievement, moral
character, leadership
and service to others are
the "keys" to success for
Beta members. Each
member must maintain
a 3.25 GPA to remain in
Beta and must meet the
requirements of moral
character and minimum
service hours.
Glenna Davis is the
Beta -sponsor at MHS.
In her fourth year as
sponsor, Davis and her
organization have been
the recipient of many
state and national
In 2008, Lindy
Thompson placed first
in talent in the state and
qualified for Nationals,
along with Kaitlyn
Miller who placed first
in spelling. The Quiz
Bowl- team of Dallin
Kelson, Chelsey
McCrary, Chase Taylor,

Valentine's raffle
drawing is Feb. 12
The Ladies Auxiliary of
VFW. Post No. 12046 of
Marianna .is having a
Valentine's Day Gift Basket
Raffle. The basket includes
a bottle of champagne, two
champagne flutes, gourmet
chocolates, red roses, heart-
shaped candles and $100 to
spend as you wish. Tickets
are $1 each and you do not
need to be present. to win.
The raffle drawing is Feb.
12. For more information,
call 526-1880.

Justin Carr and Michael
Ingram placed second in
the state and qualified for
Chase Taylor walked
away with three individ-
ual state awards in 2008,
first place in painting,
second place in
enhanced computer pho-
tography, second in
sketching and second in
on-site sketching with
the second place on-site
sketching qualifying
him for Nationals.
Dallin Kelson placed
second in Math with
Justin Carr placing third
in Social Studies, both
earning a spot in
Nationally, Chase
Taylor placed fourth in
on-site sketching in
In 2007, MHS Beta
was well-represented at
the National level with
fifth place on-site
sketching going to
Chase Taylor, sixth
place special talent
going to Millie,
Emilyanne and
Elizabeth Mathis, and
tenth place creative writ-
ing going to Leigh
Inductees on
Thursday were Shelby
Allen, Shonte Austin,
Allie Bailey, Cody
Barfield and Jeffery
Daunta Bell, Bria
Bellamy, Rachel
Berbert, Shayne Blayton
and Jacoria Borders.

Kayley Bryan,
Brandon Burch, Rachel
Callahah, Robert
Carpenter, Cody
Chitwood, Elizabeth
Grace Clark, Kendall
Cummings, Seirra
Cutchin, Zac Davis and
Colten Day.
Ciara Dixson, Jae
Elliott, Kristi Folds,
Necayia Gadsum, Robert
Gause, Keyaria Gibson,
Chris. Godwin, Kaidd
Golden, Stephen Greene,
Kyle Griffin and Ayyssa
Caitlyn Griswold,
Gavin Hall,, Dalton
Hendrix, Ozzieanna
Holden, Hakeem
Holmes, Robyn
Honeycutt, Kathryn
Huffman, Ryan Hughes,
Kasey Ivey and Lindsey
Michael King, Levi
Kirkland, Kati Lane,
Ashlee Laramore,
Jordanne Love, Michael
Mader, Courtney
Massengill, James
Mayes and Trevor
Nathan McGowan,
Courtney McKeen,
Whitney Merritt,
Mallory Mock, Julianne
Nguyen, Deseree Perry
and Sharon Price.
Daniel Rhee, Alexa
Sanchez, Gavin
Shouppe, Branham
Skipper, Alisa Smith and
Joy Wallace.
Alexandria Watson,
Amber Weeks, Ashley
Wilson, Brandi Wright
and Vanessa Wynn.

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Q:.I know the Pony Express
mail service operated for only
a few months. What were the
dates? How long was the
route? How long did it take to
complete the route? B.L.,
Columbus, Ohio
A: The Pony Express oper-
ated for more than just a few
months, but not much more. It
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ated until October 1861. There
were approximately 190 sta-
tions placed at intervals of
about 10 miles along the
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Q: I know Roy Rogers'
horse, Trigger is stuffed and on
display at his museum. I think
Dale Evans' horse was named
Buttermilk. Was he also
stuffed? V.L., Santa Rosa,
A: When Buttermilk died in
1972, he, too, was mounted
and put on display at the Roy
Rogers-Dale Evans Museum

in Victorville, Calif. The muse-
um later relocated to Branson,
Mo. Trigger resides in the
museum, too.
Q: My wife and I have been
married for nearly 20 years.
On our honeymoon, we drove
from our home in St. Louis,
Mo., to New York City. On the
return trip, we drove through
the coal region of northern
Pennsylvania. There.were sev-
eral businesses named Molly
Maguires. Who is or was
Molly Maguire? C.M.J.,
Kewanee, il.
A: Irish immigrants, en
route to the coalfields of
Pennsylvania, formed the
Molly Maguires after the
American Civil War. Many
books have been written about
the "Mollies," and some
authors make them out to be
folk heroes, claiming they
were resisting the exploitative
conditions in which miners
were forced to work and live.
Other authors see the
"Mollies" as a bunch of mur-'
derous thugs.
Q: My grandfather was born
in England. During World War
II, he served in the British sub-
marine service. In his papers,
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A: Your grandfather served
aboard the HMS Unbending
(P37). Launched in May 1941,
the sub served most 'of the war
years in the Mediterranean,
where it sank several Italian
merchant ships. The
Unbending was sold for scrap
in 1949.
Q: In early summer, our
family will be heading to Nova
Scotia, where we will be tour-
ing the province. Part of our
journey will take us to Cape
Breton Island. I have two ques-
tions: How did Cape Breton
get its name? What do you call
a person who lives on the
island? W.L., Cape May,
A: It is believed Breton
refers to the French word for.
Brittany, a large peninsula in
northwestern France. Folks
living on the island are called
Cape Bretoners.

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Bulldogs get
season sweep
of Marianna





GHS looks

for big year

The Graceville Lady Tigers
return all but one of their players
from a 10-13 team in 2008 and
have dreams of greater success
this season.
GHS coach Josh Graham takes
over at the helm of the Lady
Tigers this season and said he felt
optimistic about his team's talent
and togetherness.
"We're looking forward to a
good season," the coach said.
"We're promoting a team philos-
ophy. We're pushing that aspect.
The ones that put in the time,
show teamwork and put in the
effort to get better, they'll get the
most playing time.
"What we're really focusing on
is rebuilding the team aspect. It's
about the entire softball program.
We're here to build each other up
and support each other."
The Lady Tigers, who had no
seniors in 2008, will have five
this season..
Graceville returns almost all of
its key players from last season,
including pitchers Liza Johnson
and Meagan Sanders, as well as
senior utility players Kayla
Walker and Jessica Baxley, sen-
ior outfielder Stacey Sadler and
shortstop Shaquel Johnson, who
Graham called "one of. the best
I've seen."

"The goal is to get past
the second round, but
we'd love to go all the
way to the final four."
--Josh Graham,
Graceville coach
Graham also praised Liza
Johnson and Sanders as "the
heart of our defense."
Liza Johnson got a wealth of
experience last season after
Sanders went down with an
injury. The experience proved
beneficial, according to Graham.
"We had to really rely on Liza
more last. year than expected
(after Sanders' injury)," the
coach said. "She pulled through
for us and became a better pitch-
er. She put in a lot of time in, the
summer with travel ball and got
her speed up and placement up.
We're looking forward to what
she can do."
Graham said he's also excited
about having Sanders back.
"Meghan .is a power pitcher
and her accuracy has gotten
much better," the coach said.
"We're really looking forward to
seeing her place a lot of balls this
year inside and out and make bat-
ters chase it.".
Andi Pierce, who played junior

Graceville shortstop Shaquel Johnson fields a ball during a recent Lady Tigers practice in Graceville.
The Lady Tigers open their season tonight in Marianna against MHS. Mark Skinner/Floridan

varsity last year, will step into the
starting catcher position for the
Lady Tigers.
Graham said he felt very confi-
dent about his team's pitching

and defense, though the offense
will be a work in progress.
"Out of our lineup, there's not
a lot of power bats," the coach
said. "We're really focused on

making good contact, advancing
the runners and making smart
offensive decisions on: the
See GHS, Page 3C >

Lady Tigers, ake district crown

The -Graceville Lady' Tigers
: capped off a brilliant regular sea-
son with a district championship
Saturday night at home.
The Lady Tigers, who stormed
through the regular season with a
21-2 record, will head into the
playoffs with 23 victories after a
57-52 triumph over Bethlehem in
the district championship.
Graceville blew past Bonifay
65-41 on. Thursday to get to
Saturday night's title game.
Bethlehem was more than
ready to play, but the Lady
Tigers, as they've proven all year,'
were simply too much.
Ashley Hogans led the way
with 20 points for Graceville,
with Mychea Williams adding 18
and Alyssa Hogans 11.
"It was a lot closer than I was
hoping," Graceville coach Jon
Habali said after the game. "It
was a back and forth game the
whole way. It seemed like they
had an answer for us every time
and we had an answer for them."

Graceville's Ashley Hogans puts up a shot in between a pair of
Bethlehem defenders during Saturday night's district championship
game in Graceville. The Lady Tigers won the game. -7 Mark

MHS girls win district championship
The Marianna Lady Bulldogs
took home a district champi-
onship Saturday night in front .o
of their home crowd, beating
Chipley 58-26. :
Niesha Butler led the Lady .
Bulldogs with 15 points.
Marianna will host its first- "
round playoff game Thursday
against the winner of Pensacola
Catholic and Walton.
The Lady Bulldogs led the
game 14-5 after one period and
32-18 at halftime.
Marianna used a stifling
defensive performance in the
third quarter to shut out the
Lady Tigers and take a 49-18
lead into the final period. Marianna's Janae Godwin, left, drives in for
MHS advanced to the title a layup during Friday night's district semifi-
game with a 59-37 thrashing of nal game in Marianna. Mark
Bonifay Friday night. Skinner/Floridan

CHS wins district

Cottondale's Jakia Grimsley puts up a shot during Saturday
night's district championship game in Cottondale. The Lady
Hornets beat Blountstown 51-25. Mark Skinner/Floridan .

See TITLE, Page 3C >

Lady Pirates' season ended by Blountstown

Sneads Lady Pirates saw
their season come to an end
Friday in the district tourna-
ment, as they fell to
Blountstown 39-34.
Sneads got 15 points from
La'Tilya Baker in a losing
The Lady Tigers were led
by 10 points from Shaniqua
Wilford, with Selena
Williams providing a back-
breaking 3-pointer late in
the fourth quarter.
Sneads led 20-18 at half-
time, after starting the game
by scoring the first seven
points. The Lady Pirates led
24-20 late in the third quar-
ter before a 6-2 spurt by
See SHS, Page 4C 1>

Sneads' La'Tilya Baker looks to make a move towards the
basket during Friday's district semifinal game against
Blountstown in Cottondale. SHS lost 39-34. Baker scored
15 points. Mark Skinner/Floridan

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Marianna Recreation
Department would like
to remind everyone that
registration for youth
ages 5 to- 15 will be Feb.
9-27 from 8 a.m. to 4
p.m. at the MERE locat-
ed at 3625 Caverns Rd.
in Marianna. The regis-
tration fee for T-Ball and
machine pitch will be
$30 for residents and $45
for those outside city
limits. For Dixie Youth
and "0" Zone, fees will
be $35 for residents and
$52.50 for others. For
Dixie Boys, the fees will
be $40 and $60. Softball
fees for all leagues will
be $35 for residents and
$52.50 for others. The
fee must be paid with
check or money order.
No cash will be accepted.
No one will be allowed
to register after Feb. 27.
Registration forms may
also be dropped off at
City Hall. All partici-
pants must bring a copy
of birth certificate.
For more information,
contact 482-6228.
Big Bend Adult
Baseball League
Efforts continue in the
development of the Big
Bend semi-pro Baseball
League in the .Big Bend
area of North Florida.
The proposed league
consists of two divisions
(eastern and western)
covering six counties.
Teams are being devel-
oped along county loca-
tions. The next league-
wide meeting is sched-
uled for Feb. 14 at 10
a.m. Eastern Standard
Time at the Apalachee
Restaurant in' Bristol on
Highway 20 West.
For further informa-
tion, contact Harold
Bailey at 229-662-2066
or 850-524-2151.

Ten-Star All-Star
Basketball Camp
Applications are now
j being evaluated for the
Ten-Star All-Star
Summer Basketball
Camp. The camp is by
invitation only for boys
and girls aged 10-19.
Past participants
include Michael Jordan,
Tim Duncan, Vince
Carter, Jerry Stackhouse,
Grant Hill and Antawn
Jamison. Players from 50
states and 11 foreign
countries attended the
2008 camp. College bas-
ketball scholarships are
possible for players
selected to .the All-
American Team.
There is also a summer
camp available for boys
and girls aged 9-18 of all
skill levels. For a free
brochure on these camps,
please call 704-373-0873
anytime, or visit

Marianna Chess
Marianna Optimist
Chess Club is open to
ages 6-and-up and meets
Friday nights at 6 p.m., at
First Methodist Youth

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Bulldogs get season sweep of CHS


The Marianna Bulldogs
and the Cottondale Hornets
concluded their regular
season Thursday night in
Cottondale, with the
Bulldogs taking a 59-50
victory to sweep the series.
Marianna won the first
game Nov. 20, in
Marianna, on a Tre Long 3-
pointer at the buzzer.
The Bulldogs didn't need
any late theatrics to win
CJ Blount scored 21
points and Kruize Pinkins
added 18 to lead the
Bulldogs to their 17th win
of the season, with only
seven losses.
Marianna led 25-17 at
halftime and 35-25 after
the third period.
The Hornets scored as
many points in the fourth
quarter as they scored in
the previous three, but they
weren't able to get close
enough to get over the
"I think our inside game
really was the difference in
the game," Bulldogs coach
Travis Blanton said.
"Krtize and CJ played.well
and Tre Long hit a couple
big threes in the second'
half. We also got a lot of
help off the bench from
Justin Hodge and Tommy
The Hornets were led by
Jacob Herring's 17 points,
with Drew Bellamy adding
11 and Marcus Humose 10.
Cottondale finished the
regular season at 15-10.
"We played hard, we just
seemed a little uptight
early," Hornets coach Chris
Obert said. "We got down a
little bit, but we played

"We just didn't get
a lot of shots to fall.
But give them
credit, they're a
good defensive
team. Travis does a
good job with
-Chris Obert,
Cottondale coach

pretty good the rest of the
The Hornets got as close
as three points in the fourth
quarter, but they could
never hit the big shot to get
"We just didn't get a lot
of shots to fall," Obert said.
"We had shots rimming in
and out. But give them
credit, they're a good
defensive team. ; Travis
does a good job with them.
"It was somewhat of an
ugly game because both
teams are sound on
defense. Buckets just
weren't easy to come by,
but they got more of them
early and we could just
never get back in there."
Marianna next plays the
winner of Bonifay and
Chipley Saturday night in
the district championship
in Chipley.
,'The Tigers are the likely
opponent for the Bulldogs,
and Blanton said
Cottondale provided an
excellent test before a
potential game against
"It was good competition
for us because (the
Hornets) play a lot like

Cottondale's Marcus Humose, right, dribbles along the baseline while Marianna's
Justin Hodge defends during Thursday night's game in Cottondale. The Bulldogs won
the game 59-50. Mark Skinner/Floridan

Chipley," the Bulldogs
coach said.
The Hornets weren't
helped by a 14-of-27 per-
formance from the free
throw line.
Blanton, however, said.
he was impressed with
CHS' overall effort.
"I thought they shot it
pretty good and had a pret-
ty good game," the coach

said. "They kept pressuring
us the whole ballgame and
didn't give us many easy
looks inside. I think their
best basketball is ahead of
Blanton hopes that's the
case for his team as well..
After a difficult schedule
that included the likes of
Bainbridge, West Gadsden,
Enterprise, Rutherford and

Port St. Joe, the Bulldogs
should be fully prepared
for the postseason.
"We played some good
folks this year, so I hope it
will pay off in the next cou-
ple weeks," Blanton said.
The Hornets play Sneads
Friday in the semifinals of
the district tournament in
Sneads, with a playoff
berth on the line.

Hot Tigers roll

past Northside

The Malone Tigers capped
off their regular season with a
67-36 blowout of Northside
Methodist Friday night at
home. Michael Peak led the
way for the Tigers with 16
points, with TJ Smith adding 14
and Chase Leeks 12.
The Tigers knocked down 12
triples in the game, and used a
20-6 explosion in the third peri-
od to take a 50-25 lead.
"We shot it real good, played
pretty good defense and got
some rebounds," Malone coach-
Steven Welch said. "We only
won by six at their place, so we
played pretty good.
"We played as a team. I'm
proud of the defensive effort."
The Tigers are 14-8 on the
season, and have won eight of
their last 10 games heading into
next weekend's district tourna-
ment in Malone.
As the top seed, the Tigers
play Poplar Springs Friday
nigh. They will face the winner
of Graceville and Bethlehem in
Saturday night's title game.
Welch said that he was proud
of his team's season.
"We talked last night about
how one of our goals this year
was to have a better regular sea-
son than last year, when we
were below .500 with basically
this same group," the coach
"I think that shows a sign of
maturity. We're playing better
against just as tough if not
tougher competition this year.
That's a sign we've improved.
We're peaking at the right time
and we've got a little head of
steam going into playoffs."


Malone and Bethlehem played a memorable game
Thursday night in the district semifinals at Malone.
Unfortunately for the Lady Tigers, it's a memory
they'd like to soon forget.I
The Lady Wildcats ended Bethlehem's season with
a 38-37 victory. The game-winning point came on a
free throw after a late technical foul on Malone's
Latosha Hall.
With the game tied in the closing seconds, Hall
stole the ball and drove down to the other .end of the
court, but couldn't convert.
Hall thought she was fouled and slammed the ball
down after the play in frustration.
After the technical was called, Bethlehem made 1-
of-2 free throws for the lead.
Malone got the ball back with one more chance to
win, but Vanessa Olds' shot was off the mark with
two seconds to play. Bethlehem hung on to win.
"You hate that a game was decided by a technical.
It's tough," Malone coach Andy Ward said. "I
thought she was fouled, but she shouldn't have
slammed the ball, of course. It's just one of those
"We had a good look at the end, it was just a little
bit hard."
Ward said it was especially tough for the senior
Hall, who has been a standout for the Lady Tigers all
"You hate for it to end that way and you hate for it
to happen to a senior," the coach said. "But it's just
one of those things where there's nothing you can do
about it now."
It was a sour end to a great comeback by the Lady
Tigers, who erased an 11-point deficit with two min-
utes to play.
Malone scored 19 points in the first three periods,
and scored 18 just in the fourth to give itself a chance
to win.
"They definitely didn't quit," Ward said of his
girls. "The girls played that way the whole year. We
weren't always consistent, but we always found a
way to put something together and make it close."
Malone finishes the season with a record of 9-12.
Olds led the Lady Tigers with 17 points, with
Breanna Laster adding eight and Hall seven..

A Malone player puts up a shot over a Bethlehem
defender during Thursday night's district tourna-
ment semifinal game in Graceville. The Lady Tigers
lost the game 38-37 and end their season with a
9-12 record. Mark Skinner/Floridan'

A pair of free throws by Olds tied the game at 37-
"Give (Bethlehem's) girls credit, they stepped up
and knocked one down to decide the game," Ward
said. "We played them three times and won by three,
lost by three and lost by one, so the teams were pret-
ty evenly matched."

Marianna Recreation Department tips off its 2009 youth basketball season


The Marianna Recreation
Department tipped off its basket-
ball season Jan. 31 with 12 teams
representing three age groups in
All games are played at the
Marianna Middle School gym
and the Old Marianna High
School gym.
In the youngest age group, ages
five to seven, there are four
Lana Barber is the head coach
for the Hawks and has nine play-
ers under her direction. Christian
Cosson, Cameron Williams,
Jaden Smith, Ashley Woodall,
Isaiah Long, Charles Keys,
Cullen Keys, Ryquicse Robinson
and Jason Rudd will be working
hard for Coach Barber to put
points on the board and a check
in the win column.
The Sonics are under the lead-
ership of Roosevelt Peterson with
assistance from Amanda Pettis.

Under their direction will be
James Clikas, Treyson Mulder,
Jaitavis Grooms, Jacquorian
Williams, Will McDaniel, Larry
Williams, Jorraine Wesley,
Thomas Bragg, Ashtyn Jeter,
John Mitchell, and Bradenton
All 11 members of the Sonics
will focus hard to make their
layups and free-throws.
Cedric Toombs will be at the
helms for the Jazz.
Garrett Roper, Ty Roper, Gage
Basford, Charles E. Davis,
Deveni Pena, Dantee Clopton,
Keenam Harvey, Gabriel
Newsome, and Sevin Jones will
be putting their talents to the test
to pick up as many wins as they
The Warriors make up the final
group in the younger division and
they are coached by Jerome
. Playing under Wilson's leader-
ship will be Amir Purnell,
Malachi McNealy, Joshua
Wilson, Kcondre Smith, Alalyah

Taylor, Jamoiya Graham,
Mykeem Giner, and Damon
All the Warriors have practiced
hard to tone their skills for a win-
ning season.
In the next division, ages eight
to ten there are also four teams
competing for the top spot.
The Magic are under the lead-
ership of Coach Marcus Kelly.
Playing their hardest for Coach
Kelly will be Fredd Pruett, Jr.,
Anthony Brown, Marquis Kelly,
Shemeriah Spears, Bowen Rudd,
Jabari Kirkland, AnTon Williams
and Ta'Coria Holden.
Coach Ramon Jackson will
head up the Sixers.
Under Jackson's direction will
be Ahsley Bunting, Jayshawn
Jackson, Max Olds, Calen Sims,
James Pridgen, Jaeden Harley,
Jonathan Lombardo, Javarious
Daniels, and Demotrae Decress.
Wayne Smith will lead the
Celtics this season in hopes of
duplicating the 2008 NBA
Celtics. Playing under Smiths

direction will be Mikayla Cook,
* Madison Basford, Joshua Corbin,
Tristen Mulder, Tanner Mulder,
Brandon Smith and Matthew
And last but certainly not least
in this division are the Nets who
are coached by Timothy Walker.
Karemon Butler, Aaron
Williams, Joshua Walker,
Jeremiah Walker, Armon Butler,
Max Harrell, James Reiff and
Bryce Martin have worked hard
at practice to make it a winning
season for the Nets.
In the senior league, there are
four teams competing to make it
to the number one spot. Veteran
Coach Jeremiah Blount heads up
the Nuggets.
Under Blount's direction will
be Chaquisha Spears, Anfernee
Massaline, Jaquen Weston,
Shaquarious Baker, Justin
Weston, Antonio Massaline and
Jerrodd Blount.
The Lakers will be coached by
Earl Robinson this year. Playing
under Robinson will be Shamari

Pittman, Jonathan Franklin,
Chancellor Lockett, Raekwon
Gammons, Alonze Bailey,
Demontry Edwards, Darian
Dukes, Terren Baker, and Davon
Charles Davis will be at the
helms for the Blazers this year
and will look to Tray Clemmons,
David Smith, Jermel Williams,
Trey Weeks, Moatovious
Roulhac, O'Shay Wynn, Brian
Bowers, Justin Barnes, Calvin
Peterson, and Gary Davis to
make it a winning season.
Coach Jerhome Wilson will
coach the Heat this season.
Playing under his leadership will
be Jameel Wilson, Jamaal
Wilson, Sha Asia Williams,
DeMarcus Stanley, Timothy
Walker, Kayla Thomas, Anthony
Long, Sam Rodenback and Brian
Marianna Recreation
Department provided the names
for this article. Every effort has
been made to assure the accuracy
of the information.

Late technical foul sends Lady

Tigers to season-ending loss



Jackson County Floridan Sunday, February' 8, 2009 -" 3c

Indians win three at Classic GHs falls
to Chipley


The Chipola Indians
picked up woe big wins
Friday on the first day of
the Rahal-Miller JUCO
National Classic in
Marianna and a third
Chipola defeated top-
ranked Walters State 13-5
in the first game, then beat
No. 4 San Jacinto 3-2 in
eight innings in the second.
The teams were only
scheduled to play seven
JB Johnson pitched four
scoreless innings of relief
in the first game to get the
win, with Jordan Lucas
pitching three innings of
relief for the victory
against San Jacinto. Joey
Rapp's one-hit RBI single
against San Jacinto in 'the
bottom of the eighth inning
won the game. Chipola
trailed 3-0 in the first game
and 2-0 in the second, with
the rallies being a point of
pride for Indians coach Jeff
Johnson after the games.
"We came from behind
in both games, which is
always good to see," the
coach said. "We showed
some heart and character to
come from behind. To get
wins against those two
quality clubs, it's pretty
good." "
Chipola beat College of
Southern 'Nevada 3-2 on
Saturday to improve to 5-2
on the season.
Marc Bourgeois also had
a. homerun in the second

"We didn't pitch as
well, but our guys
did enough to keep
us in there and give
us a chance to win
and we were able to
do that both times."
-Jeff Johnson,
Chipola coach

"We didn't pitch the best,
in the world," the Chipola
coach said. "We could've
done a better job in mound.
"But when we got
behind, we didn't panic.
We kept fighting and bat-
tling and found a way to
win instead of a way to.
lose. We didn't pitch as
well, but our guys did
enough to keep us in there
and give us a chance to win
and we were able to do that
both times."
The Indians lost two of
three the previous weekend
to St.. Petersburg by lop-
sided margins of 8-1 and
10-0, with Chipola bounc-
ing back for a 14-1 in the
third game. The Chipola
coach said that his team
had trouble adjusting to the
speed of live pitching last
weekend due to very little
intrasquad action before
the season. The Indians'
hitters certainly appeared
caught up to speed on
"Yeah, I think we're'get-

Chipola's Blake Newalu tries to turn a double play during action Friday at the
Rahal-Miller JUCO National Classic at: Chiipola Field. The Indians defeated
Walters State and San Jacinto Friday and then beat College of Southern Nevada
Saturday. Mark Skinrier/Floridan

ting a feel for live pitching the first game, we got. it,
and getting our timing going and they made a coti-
down," Johnson said. "In ple mistakes to let us have

a few, but for the most part
I'm pretty pleased with us

Wright and Forward combine for

51 in Lady Hornets' 72-45 rout


COTTONDALE The Cottondale Lady
Hornets made easy work of Bozeman
Friday night in the semifinals of the district
CHS got 30 points from Shay Wright and
21 from 'Shaunte Forward to take an easy
72-45- win. Cottoridale advances to
Saturday riight's title game against
Cottondale improved its record to 17-6
with the win. \
Bozeman kept it close early, tying the
game at 8-8 late in the first period, before
buckets by Shanae Dickens and Wright

made it 12-8 Cottondale at the end of the
period. Kiki Paul added a 3-pointer to start
the second, quarter, which was followed by
a block and layup by Wright, another two
:from Paul after another Bozeman turnover,
,and a basket by Forward to make it 21-8,
Lady Hornets.
A putback by Wright and a layup by'
Jakia Grimsley completed a 17-2 Lady
Hornets run to make it 25-10 with 5:57 left
in the first half.
.CHS led 38-22 at halftime-and extended
the lead to 24 in the third quarter thanks to
three 3-pointers and 12 points from
Forward. The Lady Hornets led by as much
as 32 points in the fourth quarter.
Paul added 10 points for CHS.

Cottondale's, Kiki Paul, right, is defended by a
Bozeman player. Mark Skin.ner/Floridan

Grand Ridge softball girls open regular season Tuesday

The Graceville Tigers
lost their regular season
debut in Chipley Friday
night to the rival Tigers 52-
48. Cameron Dozier scored
25' points to lead
Graceville, which finished
the regular season with a
record of 12-11. Chipley
was led by Leon Broxton's
22 points.
Graceville trailed 30-22
at halftime, but rallied in
the third to cut the lead to
four at 40-36. GHS got to
within a point with two
minutes left, but free
throws by ,Chipley down
the stretch iced the game.
Graceville coach Mike
Carter said his team just
got off to too slow of a
"We stunk it up in the
first half," the coach said.
"We worked the ball
around pretty good, but we
couldn't score in the paint.
.We would get in there close
and miss. The basket
seemed like it had a lid on
it and (Chipley was) really
hot in the first half.
"We came back in the
second half, made a few
adjustments and managed
to crawl back into it, but
their free throw shooters
wdre too good."
CJ Dozier added 11
points for Graceville, which
next plax s Friday in the dis-
trict semitinais against
Bethlehem in Malone.
*Chipley plays Bonifay
Friday in Chipley, with a
win advancing the Tigers to
the district championship
game Saturday night
against Marianna.

Continued From Page 1C
GHS jumped out to a 13-
0 lead early but led just 43-
35 at halftime.
Graceville surrendered
17 points in the fourth peri-
od, but it wasn't enough to
stop tlie Lady Tigers from
accomplishing their goal.
"I'm proud of the girls,"
Habali said "They worked
hard all year long. They set
their goal to be district
champions after being run-
ner-up last year. That was
their goal to start the season
and they got it. I'm proud of
way they played all year
and came together."


The Grand Ridge Middle
School Lady Indians soft-
ball team will open their
regular season Tuesday on
the road at Bonifay Middle
The Lady Indians will
again have two teams this
season, an "A" team and a
"B" team.
The Lady Indians' "A"
team will be the more
experienced team and play
at the varsity level, while
the "B" team will play as a
junior varsity.
Grand Ridge coach Tony
Gurganus said he h'as high

expectations for both of
this year's squads.
"We are going to be all'
right if our pitching holds
and Ifeel like it will," the
coach said. "We will be
competitive this season."
The "A" team will rely
on four pitchers this year
Megan Childs, Brandy.
Strickland, Alayna Weiss
and Brooke Williams.
All four bring a wealthof
experience to the circle.
, Alex Maphis and
-Mallory McDaniel will
share time behind the plate.
Childs and Strickland will
alternate at third base,
while Brook Williams and
Strickland will switch out

Weiss and Jenna Sneads
will share time at second
base, while Cambridge
Chason will anchor Tirst
The outfield should be
solid with Jenna Poole in
left field, Georgia Pevy in
center field and Shelbi
Lawrence and Sneads shar-
ing time in right field.
The teams will play a 14-'
game regular season -with
eight of the games coming
against fellow. Tri-County
Middle School Conference,
members Graceville,'
Rouhlac, Vernon, and
The Tri-County

'Conference Tournament,
will be in Chipley March
24 and 26. ,
The "B" team consists.of
14 players this year -
Shelbi Byler, Morgan
Gainer, Micah Williams,
Jamie. Stewart, Christy
Cain, Brandi Walden,
Christin Suber, Caitlin
-Bohannon, Cara Pyke,
Kyrstin Hand, Amy Hand,
Tina Greene, Harley Hosey
and Dana Harris. All will
be working for starting
positions and. trying to
make the season a winning
orie for the Lady Indians.
First pitch is slated for 4
p.m. in Bonifay on
Tuesday. .-

Lady Bulldogs take easy 59-37 win in district semifinals


The Marianna High,
School Lady Bulldogs rode
a seven-game win streak
into Friday night's district
contest against Bonifay.
They left their home
court with an eight-game
streak. It was a sound 59-
37 victory' to advance the
Lady Bulldogs to the dis-
trict championship game

Saturday night on their
home court. The game was
never ,in doubt Friday
night, as the Lady Bulldogs
crushed the Lady- Blue
Devils in the first quarter,
holding them to just one,
point, while they put up 18.
Marianna coach Chucky
Brown took full advantage
of the lead and pulled his
starters in the second quar-
, ter. The bench posted nine
points and allowed 10 but

took a comfortable 27-11
lead into the locker room at
.the half.
Brown'put his starters in.
momentarily' in the third
quarter but soon pulled
leading scorer Janae
God~ in and shortly fol-
lowed with the remaining
starters. Godwin garnished
11 first-quarter points and
added two early in the third
before being given the rest
of the night off.

Continued From Page 1C

"It's not about swinging
for the fence. It's about
making a good play to
advance the runners and
being smart baserunners
once we get there."
Graham said practice had
been difficult, with several
of his key players still play-
ing basketball or cheering.
"Being a smaller school,
it's just something you
have to deal with," the
coach said. "We're short
like five or six. players.
'We're really having to get
others to step up and fill
those roles."
Graham said his team

could use being short-
handed' early on as a long-
term positive.
"We're focusing on
building quality backups
because they'll get the
majority of the playing
time early on," he. said. "If
a starter gets hurt later in
the season and you've got
backups with' no game
experience, then you've
got a problem."
The Lady Tigers will
open their regular season
Monday in 'Marianna
against the Lady Bulldogs
at 6 p.m.
Graceville finished run-
ner-up in district last sea-

son to district champion
Bethlehem, which elimi-
nated the Lady Tigers in
the second round of the 1A
playoffs, 5-1.
Graham said that his
team is focused on surpass-
ing last season's success.
"The goal is to get past
the second round, but we
'would love to go all the
way to the final four," the
coach said. "That would be
a first for Graceville. But
realistically, what we're
focusing on is taking it one
game at a time, not looking
too far ahead, going game
by game and making
progress each game."

S, The Lady Bulldogs
outscored the Lady Blue'
Devils 17-6. in the third
quarter before ending the
game at 59-37.
After Godwin, Niesha
Butler was' on the board
with nine points with less
than 15 minutes of court

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April 14, 2009.
The purpose of the election is to elect three members of the City Council.
The seats to be filled are Groups III, IV and V, and are for two- year terms
Anyone wishing to run in the Election must be a qualified voter and live in
the City limits of Sneads.
Those wishing to qualify must-pay a qualifying fee equal to 5%
of the annual expense account of the office and must file the
necessary qualifying papers.

Qualifying will begin Monday, February 23, 2009 at 7:00 a.m.
and end on Friday, February 27, 2009 at 12:00 noon. Those
wishing to qualify may do so at the Sneads City Hall from
7:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

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Kindel Lanes weekly bowling report

Monday Night Hi Rollers
Team Standings
1) Now What 65.5-22.5
2) Jackson BP Service Station 57-31
3) Mary's Child Care 55.5-32.5
4)The Paddock Club 41-46
5) Cottondale PD 37-51
6) All in the Family 34-54
7) Adam's Funeral Home33-55
8) Kindel Lanes 28-60

High Team Game-The Paddock Club
High Team Series- The Paddock Club
High Game Female- Betty James 194
High Game Male- Christian Clayton233
High Series Female- Christine Smith
High Series Male-Christian Clayton 632.

Tuesday Morning Coffee League
Team Standings

1) Hopkins


2) Family Dentistry 53.5-42.5
3) 1001 Uses 52-43
4) James & Sikes 51.5-44.5
5) Champion Tile 50-46
6) Pacers 48.5-47.5
7) Marianna Animal Hospital 47-49
8) Gazebo 45.5-49.5
9) Davis Optometry 45-50.5
10) Vacancy 6-82

High Team Game- Champion Tile 980
High Team Series- Champion Tile 2809
High Game Female- Heather Hagan 225
High Game Male- Jeff Kindelspire 279
High Series Female- LuAnn Kindelspire
High Series Male- Jeff Kindelspire 700

Tuesday Night Mixed League
1) All State 63-33
2) Ralph Shelton Realty 55-41,
3) Our Gang 51-45
4) Backwoods Bowlers 48.5-47.5
5) Precision 47-49
6) SCBC 45-51
7) Sonny's BBQ 42.5-53.5

8) Foursome


High Team Game- All State 983
High Team Series- Ralph Shelton Realty
High Game Female- Shirley Watts 202
High Game Male-Christian Clayton 258
High Series Female- Shirley Watts 532
High Series Male- Jason Townsell 653

Wednesday Night Mixed
Team Standings
1) Meghan & Her Guy 58.5-29.5
2) Marianna Toyota 55.5-32.5
3) Seminole Lodge 55-33
4) Redwood Bay/Hinson House
5) Mercer Law Office 49-39
6) Hollis Body Shop 45-43
7) Mr. Bingo 40-48
8) DBLL Trouble 39-49
9) Barley Bowlers 39-49
10) Wal-Mart 38-50
11) Nailport Express 36.5-51.5
12) Perfections Detail- n- Wash 21-67

High Team Game-Seminole Lodge 1198
High Team Series- Nailport Express
High Game Female- Kelly Davis 249
High Game Male-Jason Carter 258
High Series Female-Kelly Davis 688
High Series Male- Jason Carter 655

Chipola League/Second Half
Team Standings

1) Marianna Office Supply
2) Bryant's B P Gas Station
3) Smith's Supermarket
4) Al's Team
5) Redwood Bay
6) Marianna Truss

High Team Game- Bryant's B]
Station 1220
High Team Series- Bryant's B]
Station 3487
High Game Female- Mary Jones
High Game Male- Jack Townsell.
High Series Female- Mary Jones
High Series Male- Franco Harris


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My advice? It comes with a price

Sooner or later, an out-
doorsman grows tired of
wet and clammy legs and
feet and decides to invest in
a pair of waders.
was the
case a few
years back
with a .
young and
rather flip-
pant friend
of mine.
Bob," he
s aid Bob Kornegay
"what kind
of waders should I buy?"
"No kind," I replied. "At
least not until I've told you
a story." .
"Oh, no. I have to listen
to. one of your stories
before I get. a straight
Why do I always get a
speech the length of a
Congressional filibuster
every time I ask you some-
thing?" ,
"Wisdom, son. It's price-

less. Pay attention."
"Do I have to?"
"Yep. There'll be a test
"Okay, but only because
I've been taught to be
-patient with the old and
I ignored that, consider-
ing it my duty to .patiently
provide wise counsel to the
young and ignorant.
"Well," I began, "I got
my first pair of waders
when I was nine. Found
them in, a! garbage, can.
Good sturdy waders. too.,
No leaks, no dry rot. 1 car-
ried them down to the old
beaver pond that very after-
noon to try them out.
"Now, I knew they were
going to be a trifle large,
being adult waders and all,
but I didn't know just. how
large until I put them on.
Turned out they:must have
been made, for an NFL
offensive lineman. I
stepped into them and .it
was like being swallowed
by a hot air balloon. My

entire. body would've fit
into one leg and it took
about a 'dozen roll-downs
to get the chest section
under my armpits.
was prepared, though.
A fellow doesn't get to be a
legendary- outdoorsman
without being ready for
every contingency. Once I
got them into position, I
just cinched an old belt
around my rib cage to hold
them up. Tightened it really
tight, you know. Looked a
little funny, granted, but so
what? I was ready for some
high-and-dry -comfortable
S"Or so I thought. I hadn't
counted on that massive
,volume of air trapped
inside. When I stepped into
the pond I was, to say the
least, a wee bit buoyant.
"Still, all went well until
'the water came up past my
waist. That was when the
boot section of my 'new'
waders lost their hold on
the bottom and overcame-
the force of gravity and my

meager weight. Since the
legs were 'inflated', I
immediately flipped upside
down and started bobbing
across the pond like a loose
gill-net float. During the
bobbing process, my head
bounced along the bottom,
striking submerged stumps,
rocks, and the occasional
broken Red Dagger wine
"I saw some interesting
sights I might never have
seen otherwise, though. I
mean, how many folks
have ever seen a 10-pound
bass with a look of sheer
terror on its face? Or
French-kissed a snapping
turtle while standing on
their heads? Trouble was,
there wasn't a lot of obser-
vation time. Air-breathing
mammals aren't meant to
float around upside down
in a beaver pond for very
long, you know.
"However, being an
intelligent young lad, I did
have sense enough to undo
the belt from around my

Floridan weekly fishing report.

torso. When I did, I fell
right out of those waders
and imbedded my .head
about eight inches deep in
bottom silt. By the time I
made it to shallow water
and righted' myself, I'd
consumed nearly three
pounds of nmud and subsur-
face vegetation. And then,
just about the time...."'.-
"Whoa," said my youth-
ful acquaintance. "Can you
maybe spare me the rest
and just please, for God's
sake, tell me what kind of
waders you think I peed?"
"Oh yeah, I'm sorry,
buddy. Didn't mean to run
on., Waders? Sure. Best
waders-in the world are an
old pair of U.S. Keds."

"Huh? What the heck are
"Ypu mean I never told
you about U.S. Keds? Why,
son, when I was no more
than five or six I found this
old pair of ....."
'"That's okay, Bob," he
kindly but hurriedly inter-
rupted, patting my hand
and giving my shoulder an
affectionate, sympathetic
squeeze. "Just forget I ever
Such a nice little fella.
Too bad he was so pressed
for time.
(Email Bob Kornegay at

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The recent cold snap will
likely cause enough tem-
perature fluctuation and
change of conditions to
alter the bass pattern for a
time. Early pre-spawn stag-
ing activity should slow as
the fish return to deeper"
water near the channels.
For now, fish deep with
Carolina-rigs for the. best
results and prepare to go
back to the "ditches" with
crankbaits, .spinnerbaits,
and drop-shot rigs when a
warm-up comes.
Crappies, which, were
already deep, will continue
to suspend and' hold on
structure in deeper water
for a time. Stick with last
week's pattern of fishing
jigs at 20 feet or deeper and
expect a typical February
crappie "turn-on" as tem-
peratures climb again. '
Hybrids, bream, and cat-
fish remain slow.
bass, fishing jigging spoons
on the deeper ledges will
remain the norm and be
quite slow until the water
warms again. '
Typically, in February,
spoon fishing sh6ws a
inarked improvement
immediately following a
cold-weather period, as
does fishing Carolina rigs
around deep structure.
Fish spoons on humps
and ledges in 15 to 20 feet
of water.
Staging for the spawn
has undergone a brief set-
back, but pay close atten-
tion to the sloughs and
backwaters when a warm-
up comes.
When it' does, tie on a
jerkbait, swimbait, or spin-
nerbait for the best results.
The hybrids, are still on
the deeper ledges, but for

now are suspended and
slow to bite. Crappies
remain deep and have
slowed down. For now,
continue fishing minnows
and tipped jigs around deep
structure. Shallow up as the
water warms.
Bream and catfish
remain very slow for now.
largemouths will be con-
gregating on the main river
ledges during. the cold
weather, where it is possi-
ble to catch one occasional-
ly on jigging spoons and
jig-and-pig combos.
Fishing will be slow, as
.the bass will not be very
active over the next few
days. On a positive note,
the few fish taken right now
are likely to be quality indi-
Return tot the creek
mouths with crankbaits and
Texas-rigs when the water
Catfish will be slow in
the cold water, but now is
the time to look forward to
a warm-up and expect the
larger channel cats, blues,
and flatheads to become
more active in the tailwa-
ters soon. Crappies are still
slow and will remain so for
awhile. As on the reser-
voirs, they are due to
become more active with
warmer weather.
Hybrids and bream con-
tinue on the slow side.
(Generation schedules,
pool levels, and other such
information for area water-
ways may be .obtained by
calling toll-free 1-888-771-
4601. Follow the recorded
instructions and access the
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Blountstown tied the game
up at 26-26 at the end of
three. Baker briefly gave
Sneads the lead again with
a basket on the first posses-,
sion of the fourth, but the
Lady Tigers answered right
back with a basket to tie.
Blountstown scored the
next five points to go up

33-28 with 5:35 to play.
The Lady Pirates answered
with a 3-point play by
Courtney Merritt to make it
33-31 with 3:06 to play.
However, Blountstown
answered right back with
Williams' 3-pointer to
make it 36-31 with 2:49 to

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oncet$60 7 oak flooring, side.co 225 Evenrude, trolling
ANNOUNCEMENTS ration Booksfor$20 Marianna0- 3 follow Maringposiit b 5es, rampsincl(n. 2BR/iBA APTwater, 1BR ParkModeMH, motor & trailer
850-52-8769.callersPair of Obrien after ver ben usedAlwas gab/sewe hanc. Pet nde85035$7,700.50-482-736. a225 HP EFI Mercury.
BEAUTIFUL King size skis, almost new, $150 ADMISSIONS sheltered in barn, Used. 593 50, C393 W/D, Storage,
Code books, co526-0060 plete bedspread Autumn 850-57-7350 very little. $7200 s No pets! 850526-8392 Porch, Furn, Bascomr. TB
set of 2004 FI code colors, $50 592-2507 850-569-2262 eves. 209- $300/mo 850569-5628
y 195.00850-526-5252 BUG LIGHT $15. Marl- TOOL If interested,Edgewo Apts. 1 BR 2/1 CH/A, water-
You should fuanna 592-2507 please apply in 200hp Agracar duplex apts.Free cab- 4 Building /sew. on own lot In
investgate the backpersonat: Tractor, 4WD Koyker le/aundry/water/gar Delwood, $400, $350
ground of any company -LECTRONICS r ID unit, GE, Black & Decker 18" persna 160 Front End Loader, b/sewage 592-4793. dep, 850-592-4625 Waterfronthome on
BEFORE paing a ee.drugs runs on 3 AAA cells, Hedge Trimmer $20 42943r Ave. 850-554-9asking $4500,334-588-suiCompass Lake 107 ft.
Proceed w% caution if $103850-482-7933 850-482-2039 Marianna, FL 0323,477-3152 FIND 2/1 MH near Alford, water frontage. 2/2 SEA RAY '87 255 Sedan

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you are asked to send Galvanized wire, 1/2" Coleman 2 burner 4425 J.D. Combine Both FAST No pets. No Smoking. 1051 sf. Screen porch, Bridge, 454, 800 hours,
money or n calling aviary netting 200' IN THE CLASSIFIEDS $375/mo + sec. (850) deck/wrap-a-round, tri-ael trailer, Great
"900" numbers, roll $10, 50'rol$30. camping stove, r o- Heads, 7 Peerless dry- 579-8882 Iv msg. atlo frontt&back, cond. $10,000 334-790-

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callerson er-minute Old 54" Prjection Fiberglass cloth rolanl ,. 4 552 BR handicap. Pet use For rent 5. 850-482-7365. a225 HP EFI Mercury.

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orper-callbasisSome televisionmayormay 751bs. 10 oz.50"wide -Ae .wa3te20 Ada94s'012-horse, tails.850-593-5137. 393/209-4516 vi]-
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ap one &i l. HUGErAMBER BOTTLE Career Center ON rse70e Good tieresgrt 52507.curiy. Re. req. Oth- pasos Lake $23K 000B 110 Johnson motor,
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Friedaie ACunit$30 $350 (850)8263-3255 pnr 1000 SF, APr ivat. eill kit-- UNDale.
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Business Bureau is an Track Walk Fit non- ,1 "872'roll $110bLive-inCaregnvertolod .30e r/R rDs
excellent sourceof motorized $75 OB Re1.5 fulatio n size Po e- r : d a au Nearly New rentn Cttnale. dentists & nosta grey, fair cond. $2000.
information. 850-593-6090 592Ta2le: Crrywood, so- alar. waton frame 1 KMC 4 row rip80-9- Home-Hwy 90 mE I rate Wll se orbid 334-7758439
334-792-3804'drug.. making. 8). 2339 1am-pm Ga rw ecde avail. 850-554-9934 suit. Plans available. Glasstream '86,120
1-800-824-5274 lid slFURNITURE/ ate top, wlvanized ss ,shesowre. com2 482-5161 plc, BR duplex in GR on 80o P.O. BOX 520 Mercury. I board, 32447
S2 ores overhead pool M/F and fertilizer. ,m,- paved road near Bn- 2B I oan classifeds@n Aord: flo046 dan.co-2124
BAYFRT MIHOUSEHOLD orS light. $1.7250 U MOVE $1,800.334-790-5077 850-592-3772/573-0014 es. 25. t se. $35%,0 + deposyr 850526Very go8367onion.

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12 Bed Bath 2n egntg candlers, Galvd ized wire, /2"xa e. electric. MI or bld.

AfflOat.dCucton hand held $10,1-hi- x 36"x 100'g galvanized in D il L d -
LOST. MrCna OEO,*urrun ,und 1 WANTED nnD, ip:k ils. I Jhn eer 3SC. crnorL porch y3rd 2 MH FOR RENT in Cy- $500 dwn-75mofor
around Blue Spgs & $ 3100850-482-3797 $138 or $2,35 ft. Me .r.i. t fleas, t.ks &MANGE mlas to curtt 5,,:u press $ 0 50s. t5 2 1
Mroll5$12.na 50nol$0592-2507 P recepo- l Fds. Provides mos- airwd, 4- buck-9234Req(80652
Galva anizedle-anwiirelocating to TX. et, joysticksexclean RM3eq. (850e685-2353
25en4hr Galvanizedwire,/v"n quitoprotecti L-n m439000.334-792-3749-TI 4 hned"ass30tine, er
rl120.Swate/septic[,0'roll$30 eedOutgoing, (482-2416) www.ha- John Deere 5303,.44HP,
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"fl "i (7)$200.850-526-5252 Grass catcher for 46" player, organized, .hrs.$9800850-209-4266 757 ac re'a,-' $3,500..'ac u Osk. 8tri).-great
Professional. PaidT ME, oon-in $.9)9.
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r, C]eCjbfies Extra Large.Heavy tor. Used less than d w PoulanProLawnMow- Near Compass Lake
Garage sates Duty Chain Link Dog a season. $150850 Call 850-638-4708 Nerw26eHPx48"Hydro. Nice Timber, Creeks REAL ESTATE
Run. Must Sell $400 263-2701 T-F, 8-5 or Toy Malti/poo, 6 mos Nn wit e. 334025 Great Hunting, iBRIBA
.Faxresume to old, (F) shots, house- NWillCtrade. 334-702-9566 2BR1CAHouse in GR
msga/850-638-7358 rokengoodw/ks, "Call Kane 850-50,9881; $30K (850) 573 0598.
has storage, on casters, O$5003850-445-6471 3.'2 in Compass Lake,
pecan finish, $80 O0O Horse Trailer: 1999 GEERAL.,2story.1800 HO2 st-ry .
I850-482-8114 "Cato Classic goose- ,. I. f..'..U .pJsmz ac lot, screened in pBxrsMot esoChaparra12105"hen
mu Ful SiseneckELhorsNalumpooicarport $206K ]Rh
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COLLECTI]BLES Good C,:,nd. r.85,i272- with tack room, TV, City of Marianna is X,6T rcn 3BR/2BA
in-cro ave"rermgera accoptng dppicle.w bath appliances & Foreclosed W ii, n 1-27 IootcuRom cover. qartge
5558. 4 microwave, refrigera- accepting dppliC4-)t Tractor:Comp tili- Partially furnished 10 home Only $23,750! SHP ins at Pom 'I. stored.only 2 ou
87 John wayne items 5 tor, electric jack, re- tionsfora police E q-0t tytractor. 1988 white minutes from Marian- Must Sell F0 listings.. JioaMarna, r; ,many r-iL -be new.
Doll, bear, 21 pic- Home office desk and' tractable awning, Officer. Full details latrlmais F821 diesel. 12 fwd/4 na $600/mo with $500 800-570-8898sxt. 5366 dock. $10,500.334-897- $25,900, 334-416-3863;
tures, 18 sculptures, credenza$199. $10,900,334-685-1627 are available at FLED.-GWIA.N,, rev.,hi/Io rang6, diff deposit 12 mo lease 2167 or33a4-733-0020 Car Trailer '06, 24'
21 plates & much.a850-526-5252HMarianna One Stop I- PE tIL ZrX loCat1e.575ghours, agreement 718-6019 I 496Beli, illeCt, Javin 16 foot boat, 90 Enclosedlwithwinch
5932431 2 $ M rig A nn BT592 ad $3,500.334-886H2163' OUSI /REziT | 4/2, large yard, HP Johnson $3000334- $5000. Just Like New
more $1000 0 0 850- 5028" high X52" round,a $-3 34 -8 .Alford, FL797 "0309 334-588-6640
APPLI.ANCES Remington Model 7400 Meyers3/4 hp.shal- I$/hrso8-557-0893 w F A3RM Stm. 4 Fre-closure! nit gac age ,
ic Stock Rifle w/ 12.New $125Mar- I p-ers I I $9n'8%AP'- ".Listing hookups,agje, LASyrAD
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Frigidaire AC unit$30 $350 (850) 263-3255 lo 85 0 0 r,, ,.i,.t. i. r. yearlease, willcon- UNDER $200
850-394-7479 PALMS indoor tropi- r1rWAX'AGEMEN1 W J5, t..-.- ,: 900.
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Washer and Dryer,,T TO 6'$5 to $10 Marl- B Y... "a 1 $1$4,00. de-.
works great $100 pair EQUIPMENT anna 92-2507 Mngmt 14 ft. KMC Field O mpr72,mba,$4n0adeeH
806Managemen Cultivator 3-57 Massey Idn Sp 3 r r,/,oL, Sneds, Lake SemI- .USHELP YOU CLEAN OUT
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eAUCTIONS e5,. dual mtrs, cover black trim $175 Mar- NSHOE DEPT.,.4894.$1200 772-215-59W er, $150. mol $100. SPARE ROOM, CALL, VAX,
A41TJ O is t,:rage lilt. $2500 anna 592-2507 Malloy Plaza, I1set of KMC twin row IAd&M% a o. Iep.850-111-1277, EMAIL OR GO ONLINE
060 i65',569-2777/ RMarianna, or planters $3,700., 4 row. I.r.sNwfecanNet
0(.850)5693-278 Regulation size Pool e-mail resume: mounted on a paulk oeH9At/Urnws0lNearcly New 2 OR oPH: 850-526-3614 or 800-779-2557
(850) 693-0848 Ta le: Cherrywood, so- pwalton frame I KMC 4 row rip- L Home- Hwy 90eat locatIon, FAX: 850-482-4478
REALESTATE lid slate top w/accas- @shoeshow corn per w/ lift assist wheel 1BR Apt., fresh paint & 600/o $250 $170Kncl clsg cost, clasO, fleds52 cfloRIANNcom
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Aluminum 15ft, fishing 98 Coachman San-
boat, 25HP motor, trail- 98 CoachmanSan
er, trolling motor, fish tara, 35ft. 23,000
locator. $3000 334-671- miles, 7KW
2998 generator, 2 en- 2
tries, ducted CH/A,
'99 Cobra Bass Boat, hydraulic levelers,
40hp Johnson motor, rear queens, sleeps
new Minkota 401b 6, leather power '04 Pace Arrow 37 C,
thrust. $5500 captains chairs, Work Horse Chassis.
850-352-4274 basement model, 19K, loaded, 3 slides,
great shape, all 99 tow car, $93,000,
manuals, service 334-618-0717 r
records, $32,000.
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'95 Hunter 23.5 sailer
w/ trailer, '03 5hp Hon-
da, 2much2 list, $10k
OBO, Call 334-806-2822.

'95 Westport by Fleet-
wood, 34' 2 slides, rear
kitchen, hardwood
floors, good condition,
$11,500 687-2684, 334-

86' BAYLINER 29ft. Vol-
vo 260 eng., Gen., Heat-
/Air, w/trailer, low
hours $12,500 OBO 687-
8169, 334-703-3138
34 ft. House Boat,
Sleeps 6, good cond.,
asking $12,000 OBO,
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200553f F3orza
Sportfishing Yacht
Designed by world
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Dual Mercedes turbo
diesel engines. '
,166 Total Hrs on
Yacht and engines
Raymarine E120,
Autopilot, Hi def
Radar, VHF Custom
Fighting Chair,
Custom long Range
Tank, 60 Gallon Bait
Tank outriggers,
tournament rigged
Compare at 1.4
million. Sacrifice
$950,000 will trade
for equivalent ocean
/ waterfront proper-
ties or trade down
for pleasure boat.
view Yacht at
2004 90 hp Mercury
Out board $3750. firm
also 9.9 HP Evinrude
$650. 334-774-3165 or

5th Wheel Newmar
'04 Kountry Star
Loaded, very clean.
Like new. $42,500,
2006 custom park mod-
el Log Cabinused 3
months perfect for lake
lot, hunting cabin or
mother in law suite on
your lot, ready to move.
$33,900. OBO (251)654-

2003 Keystone Cougar
5th wheel, Series 276
EFs. 28 ft. w/ living
room slide. Great cond.,
$13000, 334-702-8267,
leave a message.
1995 Shasta Travel
Trailer, 22 ff., sleeps 4,
$5500, 334-794-2921
08' Amerilite Travel
Trailer 21/! ft. Fully self
contained, Used once.
Pd $13,400, asking $10k
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wing. Blackcherry, Camo, excellent condi- 1100. $8000. 080 low Buy Trucks / SUV's North Star V8 engine,
26,200mi, $15,000. plus tion. $8200 OBO. 334- miles. 334-790-2021 For listings Metalic grey,50K
matching bushtech 798-2181 800-570-8736 x 4700 miles $18,500 850-
trailer 7,000mi. $4,000. Need a New Home?
334-693-9287 000 Road Star '01 1600, Check out Audi '03 A6 power 209-1087
dressed out, 12K miles, the Classifieds everything, new tires, Buick '00 Regal LS, 4
KAWASAKI -'03 Vulcan $5900. 334-790-4360 excellent condition, B c sRealL,
1500 Classic. Never laid Yamaha '07 Wave 64,500 mi., $16,700 0o8. dr. w/console, auto,
down, 19,000 miles, ex- Suzuki '06 Boulevard Runner GP1300R, 2 334-983-4446 cruise, tilt, pwr seat,
cellent condition. Load- 800cc, 750 mi. Like seater, 1297cc, tilt & etc. Orig owner, 102k
ed, $7,500. 334-702-7775 new, crash bar & trim, easy loader -mi". $4,990 obo. 334-
if no answer, leave windshield $5,000. trailer, like new, 26 347-337308-8021
message. 334-618-2542. hrs., $10K new- sell Buick'93 Park Avenue
Kawasaki '05 Mule, 2 O for $5900, 229-861-f 1 owner, loaded, be-
wheel drive, $5300 850- 2899 or 334-685-2798 low average miles, al-
209-4266 L Yamaha 08' Grizzly 4x4 ways garaged. $2,500.
S- Suzuki'07Blvd.earl i, 215miles, 24hours, 334-494-1833 ,
arl eSuzuki'07 Blvdsearl as;_ 215 miles, nn 0MW'on ne ,

white,800ccLLike asking payoff of$6,50uu. Om u.3. .
| white,8cc. 334-237-3068 Sedan. 5-spd. 6-cyl.
SWindshield, AWD. 51,500, Great
bags, pass-backrest, Yamaha'08 V-Star All cond. $15,000, 610-
KAWASAKI'06 MULE luggage rack, engine extras less then 2000 710-9987.
3010 4x4. Red, excel' guard. $5400. mi. $10,000 334-693- B '45. S .
M 3010 4x4.Red, excel- 334-475-3551 0059 BMW '04 545i. Sedan.
lent condition. Top 334-475-3551 0059. Titanium Silver, Auto.
and Windshield Suzuki'08 Hayabusa, Yamaha'09 Zuna 125 8-cyl. 2iWD. 63,800
'09 PANTHER 110CC $6,900. 334-726-2168 1500 mi., like new, scooter, Brand New miles, excellent con-
ATV 4 stroke- disc $10,000.334-714-9654 only10miles!! 90mpg, edition. Loaded,
brakes throttle limiter .- 64mph$2900. 3 7 -
remote control start/ 334-701-4243. .$28,800.334-671-8391.
the crate. 866-399-1138 Yamaha YZ125,2 5,2__
RI 8bA 3n- n stroke, pro circuit pipe
0 great c ondition.334-
2005 BIG DOG 'r 726-3842
330 Rear Tire,
New Carburetor, S
Pegs, Grips Kawasaki '06 ZX-10R, Swivelwheel 07
SMirrors. Black Motorcycle. 3200 Motorcycle ATV or BMW '06 3251 silver,
BIKE IS STILL NEW! miles, runs well, low Golfcart Traler. premium package,
2800 Miles. $16,000. miles, Great cond., Load ng Ra mp .ir- r 34K miles, 1 owner.
Call: 334-796-1251 $7000,334-687-8624. s, winch anCC $20,900. 334-714-3932
wheel lock. exi e I :n"
Kawasaki -'81 www.cruiserlifts.com, r .kior BMW 545105', Black,
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work, good parts bike. Excellent Condition. 25
13671 mi., $700 obo 334-714-2406. mi. per gallon. $32,500.
cash. 334-393-1735 334-797-0768
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winch, tow bar, brush ri good cond. adlut 125mpg, Windshield 1 p ._,f'^"
guards, front & rear dden$5500. 334-983- & luggage rac k,excel. ,. -

WD, wench, gunrack, Under 500 miles. Extras Yamaha '05 FZl, bIk,
$6500 FIRM. 334-498- included, $8,000. Call With extras, $4500
3032 334-899-4247 obh. 334-618-6107 2005 Dodge Neon, BMW '90 525i 4DR
3032 334-899-4247 4 door, 4 cylinder, au- Loaded, 94K Greenwith
Mojo Motor Scooter'05, Yamaha'05 R6 Raven. tomatic, economical, Warranty $4,595 West
S .200mi, Blue, $1650 850- 6657 miles, $5400; 56K miles, clean, Main Car Sales, 1862 W.
258-1638 517-204-1542.. $5700. 334-790-7959 Main St. 334-699-5880.

Cubcadet '07 Utility
Vehicle. 20hp Cat
Diesel Engine. Camo,
Auto. great condi-
tion. $8,500.
Dirt Bike, like new --
Harley '03 Fatboy, sil-
ver/black, extras ++,
$13,500 00B, 334-347-
Harley '06 1200 Sports-C l -
ter, white, dyna fender,
Screaming Eagle pipes.
Excellent condition.
6100 mi., $8,490 obo,t


Cadillac '96 Fleetwood,
Broutgham Edition, 22"
rims, exc. cond., 78K
mi., asking $6400 OBO,
Call (334) 379-5118
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$700.!! RUNS GOOD!
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Chevrolet '03 Tahoe
,LT. SUV. Black, Auto.
8-cyl. 2 WD. 78,000,
excellent onnditinn

Chevy '94 Camaro,
Blue, Sedan. 5-spd.
6-cyl. 2 WD. Loaded,
Power brakes, Power
steering, CD, A/C, runs
well, new tires, T-Tops,
very clean, Great cond.
$4000., 334-618- 3414.
Corvett '00 C5 exc.
cond. low mil. new
top, new wheels &
tires, magnetic red in
color. $19,500. 334-
793-4228 after 6pm or
7.01-5605 before 5pm.

Cadillac'00 Deville Loaded, CD, AC, CORVETTE '85, $6,500
Pearl, Auto. 8-cyl. AM/FM, stereo, new OBO 229-334-8520, 334-
94000, Power steer- tires, leather int. 355-1202
ing, CD, A/C, AM/FM, very clean, $16,400.
stereo, runs well, Cal 334-790-5685. Dodge'07 Charger, 4
Great cond. $10,000, door, black, $15,900.
850-482-4848. 334-232-1290
You Name t... Ford '03 Mustang GT
Classified Has It!!! B Convertible, yellow,
-C iN f 30,600 mi., clean, exc
cond. $12,995,334-
^.. t I j 248-6198,248-2984
Chevrolet'03 Tahoe Ford '05 Mustang, V-6
LT. SUV. Black, Auto remium edition, Fdily
8-cyl. 2WV. 780, ito. loadd, great gas saver.
8-cyl. 2 WD. 78,000, Asking payoff $12,000.
Cadillac '04CTS in ex- excellent condition. 334-692-5577
cellent condition Loaded, CD, AC,
$16,500. 334-740-9155 AM/FM, stereo, new
tires, leather int.
Cadillac'06 DTS GM, very clean $16,400. 1'""* -.
fully loaded 31,500 Call 334-790-5685. *
ml. Immaculate con- i l -.
dition. $24,500.850- Chevrolet '99 Lumina
592-2773 2nd owner, excel. te e
cond., CD, pw locks &- Ford'06 Mustang GT,
$3,200. obo, 677-3953 int. premium sound,
Zloaded,5 sp.,exc. cond.
Chevy '03 Z06 Corvette, 23Kmi, Reduced $15,900
Excellent cond. 35K mi, Bank financing avail-
$27,500. 850-762-8399 able! Call 334-588 3400
CHEVY'06 Malibu I
CADILLAC '96 DeVille, LTZ, White, Auto. 39K Ford '64 Thunder-
Automatic, air, excel- mi. Loaded, moon r, $4000. Will trade. I
lent condition $2,995 roof, 30mpg Exc cond 334-632-8114.
334-695-1339 $13K OBO, 714-9756.

2003 Hunter 356 Q11 m i 1
Excellent condition HOMES
Loaded w/ features,
Sleeps 7, Sacrifice at e'
$104,900, 850-596-7710
'06 Fisher 1710 crappy
pro boat. 60 HP 4-stroke
Mercury. Professionally .. .- HARLEY DAVIDSON
rigged. $10,200. 334- '04 Road King
692-3378 or 797-8008. Custom, Black, 1753,
S. Like new. $16,000
TRAVEL TRAILERS *b / .i 3 71
1 1-ie :l"'I ). |T|. ( i'i:u 334-379-8163.
Weekend Warrior Toy. wheels, new tires, gen.,
Hauler '08 SS2500 1/2 acks, $33,500 obo, 522- Harley Davidson '05 Su-
ton towable, like new, 3564 perglide, customized.
$28,500 080. 334-797- w/lots of chrome, mint
1177 cond. 7500. mi. sacrifice
Sprinter 1999 5th $14,900.334-648-0348.
wheel 27ft, with slide
out room, fully loaded
with new hitch. $8090 '
Sportsman '08 5th
Wheel, 32 ft., loaded. R-VISION '06 Trail-Lite
$27,500 OBO,334-618- 26ft fully loaded low a-..'........
7808. mileage like new! In- Harley Davidson 06
Outback '0631 RQS cude's navigation sys- Screaming Eagle VROD,
Loaded $16,900 OBO tea. Reduced to Red, 7K mi, warranty,
334-618-4501. $52,500 B00 334-616- $18,000. Call 334-714-
6508 to see! 5940.
Montana 2005 5th
Wheel,4 slides, king REDUCED *
bed, excellent condi- 03 Class A Monoco La
tion. $34,500 OBO 850- Palma. 2 slides. 1/
547-2808 bath. Loaded! Incl. car
dolley & all furnishings S
Montana 02' 5th wheel (dishes, towels, etc.)
camper, 32.5 ft. 2 slides, $75K. 334-790-3480. Harley Davidson
mounted space heater, '08 Road King.
new 4000 Onan PRICE REDUCED Crimson Red,
generator w/inside re- Lexington '06 29ft,3 6-spd. 675 miles,
mote, $25k OBO, 850- slides, full body paint excellent condi-
593-6946 11K miles, like new. ion. warranty,
$55,000 firm. More info 334-618-9828. &
Maco'06 5th wheel 334-703-2500 -
w/slideout, used lyr
by non-smoker, can Monoco Knight '06, k le2! 5t"
be seen at 2469 El Be- Save $25K or more.
thel Church Rd. GR. Diesel, 4 slides, 4300 mi,
$19K 850-593-6058 many upgrades
$19K 850-593-60c 8 $159,700.8950-866-2774 B.
Jayco '08 Eagle 5th F
wheel, 291 RLTS, war-
ranty, also Dodge '07
2500 diesel. 314-79F- HARLEY DAVIDSON
4192 '95 Dyna Custom,
Jayco'03camper,34ft. Black/ Purple Flames
ayc2 Slide 03 camper, 34 ft. Motorcycle. 5-spd. 2-
2 Slide ots n rxcnt. oed. cyl. 31000, very clean,
with water froke new o rented lot Gulf stream class C, 98'. Like new. $10,500,
Lake Eufaula $19,000 21'Triton, 71K mi.,gene- 334-618-4527. Must
OB000 334-793-0021. ratr, 2 airs new tires, see to appreciate.
2 new batteries & hitch
Hard Top for a Jeep '04 $11,500 obo. 334-522- H-D '02 Ultra Classic,
Wrangler, Black, 4419/813-469-1592 Blue & Grey, Motorcy-
very lean, Like new cle. 15100, Loaded, low
$1,200., 334-798-0626.. Forwinds 08 Chateau miles, very clean, Like
sport class C, 28 ft. new. $13,000 334-701-
Gulfstream '03 26' Fifth Workhorse Chassis 6.0L 3258.
Wheel w/ slide out, Vortec. 5578K mi. no sl.
Great cond. Reduced outs. non-smoker & pet HD'06 Heritage Softtail
$10,000,334-726-2186. free. Reduced $51,000 Classic. White, 5-spd.,
00B serious inquiries 1700 mi., excellent con-
Fleetwood '06 Utah only. 334-522-3652. edition. $16,500. Call 334-
Pop Up Camper. Mint 406-1999.
condition, 2-King sz, Damon Intruder 00'. HD '0 Heritage Softai
beds, sofa bed and ta- 35 ft. Class A design- HlD eritage Softtail
ble bed, AC & Refrig- er. V-10, 27,917K 2 Classic, ec. cond., 3 yr
orator, small galley, side, slides 2 AC, 2 TV's, warranty, $13,500.
cassette commode, side by side frig w/ 334-684-0498
$5000. 334-702-9975 ice maker. New tires, HD '07 Nightster. Viv-
Towing pkg. $39,500. id Black, $8500 OBO.
FLEETWOOD.'05 Prowl- 334-696-4746.W-
er AX6, fifth wheel, 36ft, 334-796-9507.
4 slidesfireplace, large
shower, 30/50amp. A Damon'96 Daybreak
real must see at: Motorhome. 31 ft. HD 2000 FXDX,
$36,900 334-687-2994 Clean, sips 6. Great Dyna Super Glide
$36,900334-687-2994 cond. Comes w/2-whl Sport 6354 mi.
car dolly. 334-792-0619 $7985. black all
Concor Comn'5 ~original exc. cond.
.-fl ,, Concord Coachman '05 334-333-6202
Motor Home. 23'long
2700mi, Take over pay-
Sback tire. $600. OBO
28 ft. Allegro, well 334-983-8338
maintained, new tires,
fully loaded, new paint, HONDA '06 Rancher
Prowler Camper, indoor kept. $12,500. 350 Es, green, 4-spd. 2
Ig. slide out, 38', 2BR, Call 334-792-8018 or cyl. 2 WD. 350 miles,
Great cond., $10,500, 334-792-8827 Like new. 4000., 334-
Call 229-308-1168. .- 791-0646
DUTCHMAN'07,33 ft. '. Honda'07 Rincon, 680
Travel Trailer, with i l 4X4,230 miles, 2 inch
Super Slide, sleeps 8, m -' f -- lift, 28 inch ITP tires,
used twice, $16,900 ~% i e 12 inch ITP rims, warn
334-688-8606 bumper, 4 year war-
OT S & ranty. $5750 OBO.
31'FLEETWOOD.'97 1997 Four Winds Class 334-685-2004
fully self contained, c, 31 ft, A/C, stove, mi-
queen bed, slideout crowave, fridge, sofa, Hyosung '07 GV650.
& canopy, great cond. dinette. $18,500. Call $4,000. 080o. 334-790-
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Ford '06 Mustang, Red,
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very clean, Great cond.
$12,100, 334-798-5753.
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GMC'06 Yukon
Denali, white, "
SUV. Auto. 8-cyl.
AWD. approx.
36,000, Loaded,
Power brakes,
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or after 5:30 pm,

Honda '01 Accord XL
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CD Player. WON'T LAST.
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Honda "03 Accord,
coupe, sunroof, leather
seats, 75K miles. 14,000
850-685-5542 (Troy)

Honda '03 Civic Coupe
Automatic, One Owner
$7800.120k miles. West
Main Car Sales W.M. St.
Dothan. 334-699-5880 -
Honda-'03 CRV LX 4
cyl Red $9000 69K
miles 850-482-5434
Honda '07 Civic Coupe
Touch screen GPS navi-
gation system, DVD
player, 26K mi., black,
$14,000 786-223-2278.

HONDA '07 Civic Si,
Blue, 6-spd. 24,000,
Loaded, moon roof,
Additional Transfer-
able warranty, Like
new. $17,000, 334-775-
Honda '97 Accord SE
auto/2dr/great cond.
$3,800. 334-790-2224

Hyundai '04 Accent. 4
door, automatic. 67K
miles, 38 MPG. $5200.

HYUNDAI '06 Sonata
GLS, Beige, Sedan.
Auto. 4-cyl. 2 WD.
Ri000N. Power hrakes. ,

.steering,CD, A/C,
AM/FM, stereo, sun-
roof, warranty, Great
cond. $10,995,793.5596.
Hyundai '07, Sonata V-
6, less then 20K miles
immaculate condition
$19,995. 334-677-5408
S Hyundia '06 Sonata LX
leather, sunroof, V-6,
new tires, power dr.
locks &'steering, CC
heated seats, 6-disc.cd,
55,000K under warr.
$12,900 334-445-1057

Nissan '03 350Z Touring
pack. 61K mi. new tires
& brakes elec. blue
$14,900 B0 334-391-
0381 or 334-695-0381.
NISSAN '05 Maxima,
Burgandy Red, 37K,
Loaded, sunroof, Like
new. Sharp. $15,500,
Nissan '06 Maxima SE
Exc. cond. white, war-
ranty, 29K ml, $15,400
OBO 334-714-6616
NISSAN '07 350Z Tour-
ing Roadster Convert-
ible. Pearl exterior,
auto, leather. Like New
with 7200 miles.
$28,500. 334-695-3866.
Nissan '07 Maxima SL,
excellent cond., white,
warranted, 17K miles,
$21,000. OBO. 334-477-

f; :. ,-'88 300 "',
,I. . a n,. r, all
orig, exc. cond. 92K
miles, Bright red w/
d. grey LX int. Load-
ed w/all opts. Has
*orig. MSRP, Lit. &
manuals. $5,000
OBO. 334-671-4188 or
334-596-8292. .

Nissan '93 Maxima
All Power, White,
Runs Perfect $3500.00
Call 334-596-2552

NISSAN '96 Altima,
Automatic, air, excel-
lent condition $2,995

P g. .

lass Supreme, Auto-
matic, air, perfect '
condition, one owner
$2,995 334-695-1339
Pontiac '06 GTO, 6.0,
400HP.24,000 miles,
black in/out..one

Volks Wagon '03 Jetta
GLS 1.8T, 30mpg, bik
w/blk leather, sport
wheels. 67K, 5 speed
$9,500. 334-714-5433
Volvo 04' V70, 2.5 turbo
wagon, 73k miles, Auto
w/manual shift option,
dual air climate control,
memory seats, CD/ca-
ssett player, gold w/tan
leatherremaining 100k
warranty $10,900, 334-

4cyl, Tube Frame, nev
er raced, black, $2700
OBO, 334-726-3204
ANYTIME for info



Cadillac'68 Deville,
Red, Convertible. $8500, .- -. **-. i
334-774-9243. Chevy' 00 S10, white
Chevrolet '71 Camaro. L/S Ext., cab 4-3 en-
S gine 111,000 mi, pwr
8-cyl. 4500. 334-618- brakes, pwr steering,
2799. pwr wdw, A/C $5995
OBO 334-714-1142
.. .' ..u Chevy 04'Tahoe Z71,
letter, 83k miles,
steering wheel con-
trols, 3rd row seating
w/center bucket seats,
6disc cd changer in
dash, power seats, rear.
Ford '68 F100 step side, air controls,
REDUCED, MUST SELL, $16,800334-701-
runs great 18K mi. 8555/334-685-6233
black, MSTA $5,500
obo. 334-671-3772. Chevy '88 l/a ton, pick
up, brown, V8, runs &
looks good. 63k miles.
,.. .. S $3800.334-803-2819
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-.' Dodge 95' Ram P/U,
2500 HD, good cond.,
a $2,800.OBO 677-2805
.I ';. Dodge 07 Ram 1500
MUST SEE" PRICE quad cab, red, 4dr,
REDUCEDU ford F8 CD, remote door lock
100 Shortwheel tow pkg., under 36K
Base, 95% re- $22,000. 334-899-3792
stored- newly re-
built 6 cyl. 240 en- .,-
mi.) with 3-speed
manual trans. in fir,
new paint & body
work, new tires &
rims, too much
newer stuff to list! DODGE'06 Ram Silver,
Looks & runs great. Auto 6cyl 2WD 25k CD
ONLY $5,500 NOW. A/C Like new $16,799
Serious inq. only! 334-790-4509.

owner $26,000, 850- 334-791-6011
352-3752/850-557- Thomas
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Pontiac '07 G6, 4 cyl., Si tIw Dodde
silverr, 14K m., ., o Truc, Ext.Cab
I o.aOr. a- Auto.Diesel 4 WD.
OM.4J, 1' ) 150,000 miles, fair
0pi34j 3 0' 7 c ''I. condition. Power
S brakes, Power
AM/FM, stereo,
runs well, new
Reduced-Sacrifice tires, $7,500.
Chevrolet '57 Bel-Air, 4 334-685-4218.
door, new eng. & paint,
75% refurbished. Many Ford '01 F150 4DR XLT
PONTIAC '07 G GT, extras Taking bids V8 Triton, 76K, Tow
,PONTIAC uo76-GT, starting at $12,000. pkg. True workhorse!
Black, Cony..Auto.6-cy. 334-793-5534 -215-1338
S15,400, Loaded, leather. $12,000.850-215-1338
SLike new. $19,000, 334- I HEAVY TrRUCKS/ Ford '02 F250 Ext. cab
886-2399. TRAILERS 4WD, 7.3 Diesel, Mint
I ssgifm ---I-" A TiCondition black, all
41&leather, lots of extras.
2 H 1. Il. .lI :, $16K OBO 334-685-3832
S4 -- '"o" Oal: 002 Si n Ford '04 F150 Fx4, Super
S.J1 uI Cab, 6-disc CD, 68K mi.,
$15,500, Call (334) 897-
: ,l' c r, vi rn Tr,.lr:.. 0582
Cuod c dlConidOn, $'000..
PONTIAC `69 GTO Judge & Up. 334-393-3559 or -- . -
Race Car, 7.0 Heads up. 334-393-7904 .; ."
Class NCE,Back BrHalf Chevy'0383K4WD ,
$11,000 229-321-2092 2500 HD Gas $9500 ..
850-209-0815. OBO

Pontiac '71 Grand Prix
Project Car, needs mo-
tor/tranny $2,500 OBO 0
334-687-0805, 695-6568


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143K Excellent With .
Warranty, $6,295. West
Main Car Sales, 1862 W. --' -- -
Main St. 334-699-5880. Saturn '07 Aura XR,
3 9,800 mi like new,
Jeep '03 Wrangler, white, Irir, sunroof, all
red, full drive, 57K options, MUST SEE TO
miles, 6 inch sky jack- BELIEVE! $21,150 obo,
er lift, with 31 inch 334-522-3564
tires. $12,500. 334 Saturn .94 SL2. Low
750-4698 miles. ONE OWNER.
$2500. 334-709-4708.

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Kla '03 Rio Cinco
Wagon, automatic. Suzuki '04 Forenza,
73,600 miles. 38 mng+
$3995. 334-790-799 4 cylinder, automatic,
4 door, loaded,
30+MPG, 34K miles,

Lexus ES 300 '01 Sadan
Super Clean $9995.110k '.R ,
miles. West Main Car ,4e l-
4' Sales W. Main. Street
Dothan. 334-69945880 Toyota '00 Camry
Solara Convertible
Lincoln '99 Towncar, $8995.128k miles.'West
pwr moonroof, leath- Main Car Sales W. M.St.
er, AM/FM/6-cd, pwr Dothan. 334-699-5880
seats, 114K mi. I
Mazda '02 Millennia, V6
loaded, leather, and- 't W .
sunroof. $6500 OBO.
Mercedes'06 C-230, '" : "" **
white, loaded, leather Toyota '02 Camry LE,
sunroof. 63k miles Very Clean, 114k miles,
$16,200 080 334-798- $8995.00 West Main Car'
3352 Sales 1862 W.M. St.
Dothan. 334-699-5880
Mercedes '06 CLS500,
white, loaded w/ cus- Toyota '03 Corolla, sil-
tom rims, 32K mi. ver, exc. cond. $7,000.
$55,000 334-685- Call 334-303-7396 or
S2584/334-794-6191. seri- 477-6433
ous inquiries only!!
Mercedes '07 E350,
white and tan, loaded
with nav, seen by ap-
pointment only. Call
380SL, Blue, Convert- Toyota '09 Camry SE,
Ible. Auto. 8-cyl. 95K, white, 8k miles, per-
Loaded, Great condo. fect condition, 21,500,
$10,000,334-803-1024. 334-714-3755
Mercury '04 Grand Toyota "93 Corolla
Marquis LS Limited cold a/c, good cond.
Ed., burgundy, Ithr, $975. 334-984-2044
11,500 orig. mi, $11K
obo 334-792-3008 Toyota '95 Corolla.
Low mi., one owner,
Monte Carlo SS Limited $2800mi 334-494-1833.
Edition. Over 30 mpg $ .-4 -8
hwy. Black on black. Volkswagen 05' Torgua-
loaded, every feature, reg, Gray w/saddle inte
92K hwy mi., $10,500, rior, 40k miles, top of
334-347-3549 the line, sun roof, V8
option dual climate air,
NISSAN '00 Maxima, heated seats, automat-
green, Sedan. Auto. ic w/manual shift op-
120.K mi. Loaded, tion, steering wheel
Great cond. $5000. controls, side curtain
OBO, 334-701-4702. air bags,window
shades for back seats,
Nissan '04 Altima, PW and rear air. $ 23,800
PL & PS, 99K mi, good. 334-701-8555/334-685-
cond, $8900.798-2747 6233

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duty ext. van. tow
pack., exc. cond..78K
mi. $6,750.850-638-
FDL120. Semi truck,
810,000 ml. good
cond. $19K OBO, 850-

GMC '02,1 Ton Box
Truck, 68k mi., 1 owner,
auto/air, $9,500, good
cond. 334-347-3441

Ford '08 F250 Lariat.
Crew Cab, 6.4LD, Auto.
8-cyl. 2 WD. 27000,
Loaded, Like new.
$32,900. 334-718-1595.

Ford '08 F350 Lariat
Crew Cab SRW 4WD
Pick-up. Blue over
beige, Auto. 6.4L Turbo
Diesel..7,800 miles. Per-
fect condition. Loaded,
* warranty, $44,000 obo
Call 334-447-8304,
roro ci rurs -cf P-

.w Ford '02 F150 Lariat, Ex-
tra Cab, tool box, new
factory trans. 108K mi., T
runs great. $8500 00B, i
l 334-596-9966 aE
GMC'0414ft w/6ft ... $
Tommy Gate '04, Auto. "it 6,iWf c
4-cyl. 34,100, Power
steering, AM/FM, Great 111 B __ T
cond. $15,999 obo, 850- R.l -'
482-7390. C
We're Working For
Youll Ford '05 f250 Lariat, A
power stroke, crew cab,
Isuzu'99 NTR Diesel' 4X4, new allterrian 18'
20 ft. Box Truck. Wlde tires 34K mi. 2 see 334-
lift gate, AC, AM/FM, 798-3936. $28,000 OBO
exc. tires all around, Ford '03 F250 Super-
new front brakes, crew V-10 gas Triton
150K mi. Must sell motor, Centennial Ford
due to business cut addition, Black, FX4
back! $9000. 334-793- wh. dr. Lariat. 145K mi. T
3170 or 334-435-0298 well maintained R
$15,000.229-308-0259. Lm
Volvo '97 dump truck 5,000.22-308-0259. L$
W-64, tri-axle, 16' body. Ford '06 F-150 XLT, 4!
ext. side, R swing barn super cab, candy
door. $19,500. OBO 334- apple red with match-
685-2772; 334-671-7632 ing Tonneau cover,
U PARTS 84K miles. $9200. OBO
PARTS & 334-379-9166 or 334-
20"Rims$4000B 0 Ford '07 F-250 XLT Su-
850-482-3797 per Cab, diesel, bur- T
gundy& gray, goose- 4d
22"Rims for sale $800- neck ball, exc. cond., W
$1000 850-693-4035 12K mi., $26,000, R
334-693-9220 R
Camper shell, one yr. 334-693-9220
old. Fits F-150 '99, Ford '97 F150 XLT Super
Black, Like new. $600. Cab, Triton V-8, dia-
Call 334-347-2717. mond plate tool box,
bed liner, bed extender,
Motor & trans. for Nis- exc. cond., $6900, 334-
san '93 NX 2000, twin 714-4210 or 677-6007
cam, $800 obo. 446-0138 Ford '01 Lariat F-250
'/e ton flat bed dump Diesel, Extended cab
body, power take off 90K miles $15,000.
hydraulic, good condi- Leather interior; 334-
tion. $1800 334-794- 677-6309 or 797-7074
Ford '01 Ranger Ex-
PICK-UP tend Cab, Captain
TRUCKS seat, Automatic
T UK Itransmission, AC,
Chevrolet '07 Colo- $4800 will neg. 850-
rado, V6, Maroon 209-9497
Ext. cab, 4 door & bed
cover. 17,500 mi. Liked :--' -
new. $15,500. 334-347 "
-6396 or 334-806-5167 r
Chevrolet '05C1500 LS, 1
owner Crew Cab, 67,500
mi., two tone paint, all
power, $14,500, FORD '98 Ranger $3,500
Call 334-792-2724 OBO, 4cyl. 5sp, A/C 229-
Chevrolet '97 Pickup, 334-8520, 334-355-1202
6 cyl. witha/c.Runs :-
good. $3500; Call i *
Richard @ 334-701-9667 .
Chevrolet '83 Silvera iA
ton. with toolbox. Good
condition. All power &
A/C. $5,450. 334-794-
Ford '01 Ranger XL
Chevrolet '04 1500, 4x4, Super Cab 3.0 V/6 104K
regular cab, long bed, Warranty $6,995 West-
39K, $9,000. Please call Main Car Sales, 1862 W.
334-726-0729 Main St. 334-699-5880.

Ford '95 Ranger XLT Truck Sale! Ford '05
ext. cab, low mileage, F150 Extended Cab,
$2500, 850-569-2262 dk stone, $12,900. ..
eves. 209-8479 days 334-596-1883 or 334- '
., *Truck Sale! Ford '00
._ F150 Extended Cab,
.-.. silver, $6,900.
334-596-1883 or 334- Hummer '07 H3,
791-1057 $23,900, Red, 13,000

or'99Rang XLT Truck Sale! Ford '04 Leather Seats, Chrome
Super Cab 4.0 V/6 91K 150 u 1 Brush Guard, Larger
warranty $6,495 West- $13,900. 334-596-1883 Tires than Stock, 4x4,
Main Car Sales, 1862 W. or 334-791-1057 Call 334-685 Z463
Main St. 334-699-5880. TRUCK SALE! Ford '05 Jeep '79 CJ7, 304 V8, 5
F150 Supercrew, sil- sp. transmission, new
ver, $15,900. 334-596- tires, worn winch. Many
USTT I ] 1883 or 334-791-1057 Extras! $8,000 negotia-
Mua lt i *ble. 334-726-0435
SP T UTILITYI Jeep 01' Grand Chero-
VEHICLES kee Laredo, cream

Chevrolet 04 Z71, Reg
Cab. Pick-up. Gun Metal
Grey, Auto. 8-cyl. 4 WD.
5200, great condition.
Power brakes, Power
steering, CD, A/C, ,
AM/FM, stereo, $14,000.
Chevy '00 Silverado 6.0
Eng. Ext., cab w/ long
bed, CD, Full towing
pack. $7,000 334-477-

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Chevy '97S 1500,
130K miles, 4.3 V6,
Runs & looks good.
$3800 850-557-1798
CHEVY 99 S-10 LS,
5sp, 4cyl, a/c, AM/
FM, fac mags, ex
tires, cloth int., rep.
clutch & batt, topper,
tir hookup. $3500
(850) 569-2777/693-

oyota '02 Tacoma SR5,
xt. Cab. Must be refin-
nced loan balance
12,000. 86k mi., exc.
ond. Call 334-475-1785.
oyota '00 Tacoma
R5, TRD Extended
ab. Red, Auto. 6-cyl.
19,000 miles, Load-
d, $9,000. Must sell
ASAP. 334-718-6569.

oyota '05 Tacoma X-
unner, Red, 36K miles,
oaded, Great cond.
16,000. OBO. 334-347-

oyota '04 Tundra 47k
door All Power,Tinted
windows ,20" Chrom
ims, CD,.$13,800or
0B. Call 334-596-2552


Gause & Associates Realty

Highway 71 South
&jf 850-482-7990

Chevy '95, Cargo-Van.
Automatic, 6cyl.,107K,
$2,800. 334-691-4769
You Name It...
Classified Has It!!!

color, bug shield, '
CHEV '04 Avalanche Z71 side visors, roof rack, CHRYSLER '03 Town &
loaded $14,000 call 334- clean inside & out. Country Van, low
.695-2739 97k miles runs great, miles, price below
Chevrolet '99 S10 Blaz- $6500. 850-547-5292 wholesale $4,995'334-
er, Good AC New trans. 695-1339
w ith warr., New tires, Jeep 08 Wrangler Sa-
clean. Runs great!!!!!' hara 4x4, 8,500 mi, hard Dodge 00' Ram B3500,
REDUCED!!! 3,200. 334- top &bsofttop, towing 12 pass., LWB, $2995
596-5032 pkg., black, khaki int., 850-693-0736

Dodge '01 Grand Cara-
Chevrolet '01 Tahoe'LT. von ES, red, Van. Auto.
4X4, leather. 1 owner. 6-cyl. 2 WD. 112,K mi.
85k mi. Sunroof, 3rd miles, Loaded, Power
seat. Exc. cond. $11,500. brakes, Power steering,
334-360-0774. JEEP 90 YJ HT 5-spd CD, A/C, AM/FM, ste-
6 cyl 4WD 3" Lift / reo, runs well, leather
Lockers $14,000. int. very clean, $5,200.
Invest Sale $7,999 Call 334-347-0496.
334-673-0088., Dodge '02 Ram 1500
Land-Rover '99 Range Van. 3.9 V6 Cargo,
Rover HSE 4.6 fully 80K mi, cold AC, lad-
loaded, 95K mi., $7,200 der rack, ps, radio.
.OBO Call (334)797-0768 Must Sell!$6500 080,
.Call Craig 334-347-
Chevy '01 Blazer, White 5547 or 727-798-3640
AT 6-cyl 4WD, 130k, PB Dodge '93 Ram Handi-
PS, CD, A/C, AM/FM, Dodge-'93 Ramd Van, low mi
sunroof, $4,995 Call Mercury '99 MT. Dk. loaed, very good m.,
334- 793-0677. Blue w / grey leather, cond., auto w/over
Chevy '99 Suburban, sunroof, 89K. Loaded. condo auto Waver
Chevy99 Suburban $5900334- drive, ext. top for
white, new remanufac- Greatcond.walk inside, new car-
tured engine July'08, 687-4494. pet, TV, heavy duty
guaranteedd 100,000 air compressor,
mi. or 3 yrs., transmis- $11,000 invested, ask-
siln rebuilt Aug.'07, ex- g $9,000 obo. Call
tra good cond. Clean Buck $ 334-347-2648
tape & CD player- Buck @ 334-34772648
150,000 mi. $8,500. 334- Dodge '99 Caravan, V6,
797-0430/334-691-2649 jazzy 1113 power chair
Chevy '02 Tahoe LS & a Harmar power
royal blue, less than Nissan '07 Pathfinder ramp inside. $5000, call
67K orig mi, lot of ex- SE, Black, Auto. 43K Ella Elliot H: 334-793-
tras, 2 ownes.$11,400 mi. leather int., 3rd 7475, C: 334797-5693
obo, 334-797-7990 row seat, Like new. Ford '00 Econoline cus-
19,500.334-897-0582. tom van, good condi-
tion. All power, CC,
Nissan'02 Pathfinder front & back A.C.
SSE. Loaded w/options $10,800.334-794-5418
Excellent cond. $12,000.
CHEEW' fa e 334-447-0053 Ford '07 E150 Cargo
LT, Black, 4 WD, van. Contractor ready
183 K miles, new warranty, key less
trans, great condi- l entry,$12,900.0BO 334-
tion, $ 4995.00 Call 796-8174.
334.718.2605 |-
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Ford '85 Tow Truck,
custom-built 1 ton.
loaded. Great condi-
tion. $8,500, 334-791-
8695 or 334-794-2426

Ford '8915.0 with tool
rack and tool box. Good
condition, A/C. $1,545
Ford '04 XLT Super Cab,
towing pkg., bed liner,
tool box 53K miles,
$15,000, Call (334) 794-
GMC '93 Gas, 1 / ton
flatbed dump. Good
condition, A/C, power
steering. $15,900. 334-
GMC '91 Jimmy 4x4, 6.2
Diesel 4 in lift. alumi-
num wheels 12x36 Radi-
al Swampers PS, PB,
AC, Auto, AM/FM CD
$5500 obo. 850-762-9333
GMC'99 Sierra Z71,
Black, nerf bar, tool-
box, bed rails. 150K,
good condition.
7,900. 334-671-4108
GMC '93 Top Kick Dump
Truck, 14 ft. steel bed, 3
.ft. sides, auto., exc.
cond., $4500, OBO 334-
Honda -07 Ridgeline,
red, loaded, 12,000
mi., $26,500. Call 33,4-
735-3177 or 735-3125
Infinity '04 FX 45,38,000
miles, fully loaded,
navigation, rear view
camera, grayish, exc.
cond., $31K, 718-6640

Ford '98 F-150 XLT,
V8, white & taupe,
98K hwy mi. All serv-
ice records, diamond
plate box, rails, liner,
$6,700. 334-797-4070

Nissan '06 Frontier
Nismo 4X4 pw.
windows & door
locks. ext. cab v-6
auto, tow pack.
42,000K mi. $16,500
OBO 334-685-7207.
Nissan '04 Frontier SE,
silver tone, 55k miles,
Loaded, asking 13,000
obo, 334-803-1055.
Nissan '07 Titan 5.6 LE
with king cab. 1 owner.
Leather. Loaded, 13,500
miles. $24,000. 334-794-
8295. before 10am or Iv.
mess. 334-648-0780.
Toyota '92, ext. cab. 4
cyl, 5 speed, $1695 850-
569-2262 eves. 209-8479

Toyota '06 Tacoma,
Auto. 4 WD. TRD & Tow-
ing Pkg. Tool Box, 40k
ml, Like new. $22,000,

Toyota'06 Tacoma
silver, auto. 6 cyl. 4 WD.
29,000, Loaded, power
brakes, power steering,
CD, AC; AM/FM, stereo,
runs well, low miles,
very clean, warranty,
Like.new. $23,900.Call

2937 GREEN STREET, MARIANNA, FL 5/3 2750 sq ft home
located in historic section. Commercial potential. This is a
absolutely beautiful home with lots of updating already done.
M..h,, 1 .:... :e- MLS 0o-533

Loaded, Great cond. 2022 LINCOLN AVE, GRAND RIDGE, FL
$6995, 334-792-2956. 1,537 SF under roof 3/1 cute home in city limits large yard,
Pontiac '01 Montana, all barn/workshop* Relocating.,.MUST SELL.BRING OFFERS
power, rear A/C, 7 pas- *MLS# 210717 *S89K
senger, good condition.
$4500. 334-299-3378 or

2193 RIVER ROAD, SNEADS, FL Brick 3/2 home on :50acres, ready for
you to move right in. Home has been totally renovated over the last 7
years. MLS# 08-1591 3145,000

PONTIAC '04 Montana
Van, light gold, tan in-
terior, extra clean
$3,995 334-695-1339 2361 SANDOVALST,ALFORO,FL
3/2 Home located in CLHs 1607 covered porch- Current survey,
appraised a S99K OWNER MOTIVATED MLS# 08-1626 $64,900

r nrderm
tion 3/2 home nestled in the middle of 10.42 acres. Located
close to Lake Seminole and comes complete with lots of
wildlife.MLS# 216481 $199,000


Very nice 312 located on approx 1.35 acres One car carport and a shed out
Publback. Poo liner was replaced within the past 2 years as well as a new motor
Public NoUce in the pool pump, new air conditioner 1 / years ago and new flooring through-
out the home. Appliances am all new with flat lop stove, side by side relng-
Notice is given pursu- ealor andnewdhwasher appmx. 2yearS ago Owner is motivated, bring
ant to the Self Stor- a ers. MLs#0o-1378S7,5100e
age Act, Florida Stat-
utes, Chapter 83.806
that Marianna Self
Storage will sell by
auction to the highest
bidder the contents of 4560 Hwy. 71, Greenwood Beautiful 312 home on over 1 ac, with
spaces noted to the 3,777 SF, under-roof, top of the lineskyline with upgraded insulation,
following leases: windows, marble window sills, gas fireplace, stereo system with sur-
round sound, large kitchen that has 32 cabinets, 20x28 workshop with
a/c, 40x36 pole barn with concrete flooring. 20x16 shed, 4 car
Unit 121 -' Charese attached carport w/ceiling fans. 10x20 screened porch. Home is a
Smith personal prop- must see!MLo08-I106 5144,999.
ertj 130 Charese
Smith personal prop-
The same will be held
at Marianna Self Stor'-t
age Facility located at 3439 DISH BAY ROAD, BONIFAY, FL Totally refurbished
4610 Hwy 90, Marian- 1900 sq ft 3/2 mobile home on five acres. Comes with your
na FL, Jackson Coun- own cypress pond in the backyard. MLS# 08-1753 $79,900
ty, at 11:00 a.m. on
February 11,;2009
LF14400 ;

The Housing Authori-
ty of the City'of Mari-
anna,, Florida, will
hold a Public Hearing
to receive comments
concerning the Annu-
al Plan, and upcoming
events for the Hous-
ing Authority. The
Meeting will be held
in the Conference
Room at Harrison
Park, 2912 Albert
Street, Marianna, FL
at 12:00 Noon on
Wednesday, March
25, 2009

IT TAKES TWO to Find the Right One
Yahoot HotJobs and the Jackson County Floridan have joined
forces to bring you qualified candidates from Marianna and beyond.


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4746 HWY 90, MARIANNA, FL Perfect conmercal property located at
one of the busiest red rights in Jackson Co with over 24,500 car/tralfic
counts dai per FL DO.T Land has 328' on Hwy 90 and 45T on
PanhandioRd, and is across Hwy 90 from Oak Station Shopping Center.
Office building contains over 2,000 sq, ft. with city water and sewer. MLS9

* HWY 73N Great location, 15 miles from Country Crossings. Call for
details 214532
* PITTMAN HILL ROAD 200 acres, or will divide into 9 tracks.
Located 1 mile from Compass Lake. Call for details,
*WOODBERRY RD, LOT 9 in Hill Dale Estates. $3,000 #225287
*7591 HWY 90 1.07 acre in Grand Ridge. 19,900 #233347-SOLD
*2891 LAWRENCEVILLE RD, COTTONDALE 2 3 acres S41,000
-TBD CABTERBURY DR., MARIANNA Lot 3 & 6, close to town
S14,000 each #224469

Nissan '00 Pathfind-
ers SE good cond.,
$6000. 334-798-9718
Nissan '04 Xterra, 64K
mi., 4x4, AT, $9,800
OBO. 334-983-4446

Chevy '01 Tahoe LT, Nissan '06' Xterra S,
128k mi., sun roof, Ithr. black, V6, auto 33k
3rd seat, heated seats, miles $16,500 334-300-
TV, ALL power, new 8102 leave message.
tires, $8,900 OBO. 678-
Chevy '00 Tahoe, LT, | n.
4x4, black w/tan leath-
er. 145K, winch & brush
guard.,$7,950. OBO 334-
Chevy '01 Tahoe Pew-
ter Metallic, 2 WD, Toyota '05 4-Runner
leather, new motor & Black, SUV. Auto. 6-cyl.
transmission loaded, 2 WD. 80,400 miles,
$7000, 334-798-5753. Loaded, Great cond.
Classifieds have what $,000, 80-79-4017.
you are looking for. IL .

Chevy '05 Tahoe,
White, leather, CD, Toyota '03 4-Runner
3rd Row, on-star/ SR5 low mil. warr, Ith,
XM, 2WD, 40500 exc. cond. $13,500.
miles, very ocean, 334-798-9718, 334-
$18,500, Call 334-899- 793-6420 after 5:00

Chevy '03 Trailblazer (Q m rsr
LT, seats 8, exc. condi- OW N ER
tion. 16,000 actual mi.,
orig. Price. $36,000, ask- Toyota '07 4-Runner
ing $14,209. 334-333- SR5. SUV. Red, Auto.
1685 6-cyl. 2 WD. 60,000
miles, great condi-
a.-4 SU ., tion. $18,000. 334-693-

Dodge '01 Dakota -
Sport, automatic, V-6,
39,800 miles, like new
$5995. 334-790-7959 Toyota '014 Runner SR-
5 2-WD $8700.112k
Eddie Bauer '04 Expedi- miles. West Main Car
tion; blue. Captain Sales W. Main. Street
chairs 107K m. $10,500 Dothan. 334-699-5880
OBO 334-673-0823.
Ford '98 Expedition Toota '07 Sequoia
$5000.obo. Goodcond limited 18k miles,
610-3960 for details navigation, dual dvd
618-3960 for details ideo leather, p earl
Ford '07 Explorer Eddie ,white. Serious inquir-
Bauer, V6, 3rd row seat, l ies only. 334-797-9522
asking $20,975 obo, Call
34-797-4576 Toyota 07' Sequoia,
White, 24K miles,
Ford '05 Explorer, 3rd Gray leather interior,
row seat, CD, anti Seats 8 & Blue Tooth.
theft system, luggage $27,900. 334-692-3824
rack, towing package,
excellent condition, l
93k miles. $7,900 334- VANS
393-9315 / 763-0117

Great X-Mas Present
Jee p '95 Wrangler wh.
w/tan soft &/bikin
top, heat, a/c 150k mi. 5
speed, 4-cyl. 5,000. OBO
334-618-1526 CHEVY '00 Express
Custom Van, leather,
Honda'06 Element, 20k newtires, TV, VCR,
miles, $15,800. OBO excellent condition
334-726-8572 $3,995 334-695-1339
Honda 08'"Pilot EXL,
fully loaded w/sunroof, Chevy '95 Hi-top con-
7K mi. 24mo. warranty version. Loaded, 122K
remaining. Like new. mi. $3,800. OBO 334-
$26,900. 334-714-7251 793-5248.




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mo Realty


4325 B Lafayette St.
7965 Hwy. 90
B O 593-0088
i i 209-4936
846 Fifth St.
Kathy Milton 5471 Hwy. 71 Chipley
Broker I Owner 850-773-7100
Serving Customers In Alabama & Florida
Voted #1 real estate office in our area
(Based on Readers Choice Award).

REALESTATE RealEstate Tim & Patsy

ni. C Stuart Bkerok ner/Realtor

Broker/Owner CRS

m (850) 209-3595
4257 W. Lafayette
(850) 482-4494 Marianna, Florida 32446
|0 "482-4494 (850)526-5260-Office

1-80.0-866-4497 (850)526-5264-Fax
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4389 Lafayette Street
P.O. Box 357
Marianna, Florida 32447

2502 FIRST AVENUE, ALFORD, FL Immaculate 3 bedroom.2
Bath Double Wide like new on 2 city lots n Aford. Split bedroom
design spacious master bedroom with walk-no closet, v ney iace
front & back covered porches, lots of shade. The yard is beauti-
fully landscaped and has some fruit trees. Metal roof Is about 3 4507 PUTNAM ST Take a look you'll be
years old. There is a 3 room storage shed and 10x20 workshop pleasantly surprised!! Home in great condition
with power and shelving, attached 2 car carport with doors and
cement gor. Backyard Is fenced for dogs. Home is a corner lot. plus large corner lot, shop and a large wooden
Adorable house is a must seel MLS#233697 $69,900. deck. $169,900

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1886 HWY 2, WESTVILLE, FL This attractive spacious
brick country home, near Lake Victor, has 3 bedroom. 2.5
bathrooms, Florida room. sunken living room. large family
with electric logs in fireplace, kitchen'and dining room combo
with appliances, office. Iarge utility room, and attached 2 car
garage. Home is on a corner lot. 3 beautiful acres with large
pecan trees, flowers, large barn, near public boat ramp and

5411 10IH 5IREE! MULONh FL r,.. ,., ,
frontage. Home has new appliances, windows and more.
MLS#234110 $82,500s s

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location is close to Blue Springs Recreation Park. This unique
home has too much to list and must be seen Make an appoint-
ment for viewing today MLS#Z23591 '$225,000.

4909 ZINNA DRIVE, MARIANNA, FL 4 bedroom 1 1/2 bath
brick on one acre in Dogwood Heights on a quiet dead end
street: Home is convenient to the schools and recreational
park. Home also has recent updates (roof, driveway. new
paint, deck and ceramic tile). Termite Bond! MOVE IN READYI!
MLS#234284 $159,000.

24983 IRA FOWLER ROAD, ALTHA, FL New in 2006. Move in
Ready. Super nice home in Altha & Just 15 min from
Walmart.Large open split floor plan. with ceramic tile, carpet &
custom cabinets. Very nice-kitchen with granite counter tops,
cherry cabinets & stainless appliances.Spaclous rooms & wired for
sound. Master has double vanity. Jacuzzi tub. walk-in closet. New
large pole barn & nice deck out back. Priced below appralsall

71-LuA r.S.M.INLruER On, il] f rL z,-., ,-- ...-
Seminole Retreat. New Custom Caviler built in 2007. New
Dock. New well, New concrete Driveway and Cedar Out
Building. This has a split floor plan that has an open kitchen,
living and Dining. Ifyou want to be on the lake this the place
to be. Too much to list must see. M],S#233752 $165,000

Bedroom/ 2.5 Bath in Inqlan Springs. 2065 sq. ft. brick
home on 6 acres This wedded lot provides lots of privacy.
Being Sold "As Is". home will need work & updates. A great
opportunity for the right buyer. By Appointment Only.
MLS# $160,000.

4392 LEE ROAD, MARIANNA, FL Completely updated 3Bd/
1Ba home on a half acre lot very close to town. Home features
durable laminate wood flooring in main living areas. Fenced-in
backyard, and screened in back porch, Kitchen has eat-in
bar/island, new cabinets, and countertops. New ceramic noor-
ing and new separate vanity update the spacious bathroom.
Must see...would be great starter home only a few minutes

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ERA Chipola Realty
850-482-7788 office
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4939 ANDERSON RD Greenwood. Located lust
north of Greenwood off Hwy. 71. Nice brick
home, acre lot, barn, lots of fruit trees.

4326 DEERING STREET Spaciousness abounds
in this 3 bedroom home near old Marianna High
School. This home has charactersl" A "rtiust
see" for only $104,900

2933 GREEN ST- HISTORIC, true victorian
home has been authentically restored. Features
of this home include,3 marble fireplaces, 13'
ceilings, heart pine floors & Mohawk laminated
woodflooring, crown molding throughout, origi-
nal bead-board wainscoting in DR, custom
drapes & plantation shutters. $299,900

WATERFRONT! 410! on Dry Creek. 2% acres MOL,
3 bedroom home over 100 years old! GREAT BUY!!

4256 SIXTH AVENUE -Over 5 acres in City
Limits of Marianna. 3 bedroom brick home'on .
beautifully landscaped lot: It is so spacious!f
Call me today! $294,900

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4342 MAY OOD DR 2 story brick home with 5 bed-
rooms, 3 ,2 baths situated on 3-acre corner lot near
Chipola Colltege. Home totally updated. Gorgeous
POOL! REDUCED to $324,90Q
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8 ACRES all under fence with beauti-
ful home with "mother-in-law" quar-
ters. Plenty of room to have a horse;
fenced. Corner of Ara Lane and St.
Correction Road. $279,900

4715 SHEFFIELD DRIVE Country Club Hills
Unit II. Pristine home in A-1 condition. Great
neighborhood near nOw Marianna High
School. $169,900

O4 VWUUUOO VIEW UnIVE cilli ,ttcesl b, ila
adult community. Beautiful, spacious brick home in
immaculate condition. By appointment only.

3069 6" STREET 4 bedroom. home with split
level design near Jackson Hospital and Chipola
College. Large family room with fireplace, formal
LR and formal DR. 1.2 acre corner lot. $196,500

OAKWOOD DRIVE .i. t.. iulilitl (Jirin i, : I
Very spacious with 4 bedrooms, large living
room with vaulted ceilings and skylights, den,
pool. Call us today!! $259,900

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walk-In closets. Large kitchen W/pantry Security system.
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VERY ATTRACTIVE HOME located dows. Vaulted ceilings. Back halt of property is wooded,
on a paved canopy street. On a corner "Owner Ready To Movel" #214793 $99,900.
closets. All new paint inside & out. 2
year new metal roof. A detached storage
building. A great buy @ only $69,900.
SShow anytime. #233647

Cozy home has a newer metal roof. No heat or
air is installed. Owner used elec heater for
A.-'heat. Furniture could go with house at full
L.ENW ....1 pD rice offer. Good home for rental, winter
LIKE NEW 2001 3/2 DOUBLEWIDE ome, or first time buyer. #234134 $21,500
on 1.1 acres on a city street in Grand
Ridge. All now carpet, tile, decks. Looks
new, nice oaks. Great buy at only
$69,900! MLS# 234122

7 ""REDUCED!!!!
LYNN HAVEN! Old Building of little value on the 3 lots.
.- ?PZoned low density residential with permission for Mintor
.- ,-- Fi S/D, and a survey, you can split property into 2 lots, for 2
LIKE NEW COZY 2/1 ON PAVED STREET homes. Corner lot, large shade trees In a nice neighbor-
IN ALFORD. Sits on a nice lot with large pecan hood in Lynn Haven #214717 $100.000
trees. All new hardy board siding. New lami-ni
nate. Allowance for new appliances will be
given at closing. Metal roof, insulated windows.
All this for only $87,500 MLS# 211512

Compass Lake in the Hills. 3+ acre lot has oak trees
and cleared for building. Frontage on wet weather
211ui 441R,'2R1 M_'EOBIl.E iHtlE ,,L .I 1 pond. All the amenities of CLH #227108 $20,00
Acres. Quiet private setting in Cottondale.
Zoned Ag 2. Highway frontage & county road GRAND---- p RIDGE
frontage. $275,000 MLS#219685 "-" res on H0 y 69S (Porter Ave.) ,
.'- limits. Adjoining property
I .. is in county and zoned mixea
S Electric fence where cattle us-..
1t....ze Old homesite has septic a..
s water. City sewer lines will
i"led in future. Some pine and ol
,-ni p, -i"* tW #2972 #227001 $140,000
Brick Hotme in the country. Nice big yard with
detatiched carport tand hinto itole totack yard A
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buyer. Living roon and kitchen opean iloor Plan.

5-ACRE MIN FAR with 2 years Hickory Nut Drive. Marianna. FI Nice lot has all amenities ofCLH.
new 3200 sq.ft. 3bedrRoom 2.5 Baths, camp sites. cabins. horse back riding. swimming. boating and etc.
Designer Finishes, Gournet Kitchen Restrictions- NO MOBILE HOMES. A2963 MLS#227138 $15,500

e 3 central

n kitchen

with SS Appliances, Study, 11xl.3
Master" Closet, 2 Car Garage. Under
Roof sq. ft., 4,472. Rocking Chair Front
Porch with view of majestic drive,
Screened Porch with Deck Overlooking
cleared 20 Acre with stocked fishpond
and 20 X 30 Metal barn with 1 bdrm
anartmeni $899.000 M.LS# 214141

acres. 300 feet on water! Beautifl private Springfedl
Lake in Jackson County! Deed Restricted! Well &
Septic tank. Power. Ready for you to build your new
home! Come swim & fish or just enjoy the view or
Bring A Camper! All fork$199,900! MLS# 226301

OBERT ROAD. County Graded Road Frontage on
both. Splits property 3 ways. Excellent development or
good farm potential. $599,250. MLS# 226304

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(850) 693-0487

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4257 W. Lafayette, unit w/3 zones Home theater room #21
Marianna, Florida 32446 1
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Atlached 2 car carponrt. 24x36 nice outide building coilplIilents he l Marlanna
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'a, .Drive, Chipley

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acre lake. Property cant aeomiodate horses. Stable was con- ..t hom wtahe4cbieos &3g beta .. beacon s' LArge kc&en
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PRIVATE 55 ACRE FARM. 40 acres being pas- overlooking the pool. Separate building set up as a work-
lured. 3 acre spring iedF pond. Property has a Catawba ousee too to list. #2454 $399900 llThe homes also a po ouse.us
tree, great ifor fishig.t 3/1.5 homeno ith garage.01 1

trees. $298,900. MLS# 233095 a 5.7 +/-acres on Belaire Dr. Greenwood for $29,900. Can
we-, be divided 2.85 acres for $18,900. each. #233754
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subdivision $48,900. #233759
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NIC AND, HOfront feet on Hwy. 231. HIGH traffic count & close to New
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4470 Dolphin

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* Fenced backyard Converted garage bonus room #233925


Updated 2BR/1B home
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118187 Falrview

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over looks Indian Springs golf course #214616
4069 River


*2362 sq.ft. home on 1.21 +/- acres* Pond on property*
Renovated 4.bedroom & 2 bath home Nice kitchen with
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