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Title: Jackson County Floridan
Alternate Title: Sunday Floridan
Floridan
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Jackson County Floridan
Publisher: Chipola Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Marianna, Fla
Publication Date: June 2008
Copyright Date: 2009
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Subject: Newspapers -- Marianna (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jackson County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States of America -- Florida -- Jackson -- Marianna
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
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Preceded by: Times-courier (Marianna, Fla. : 1947)
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A MEDIA GENERAL NEWSPAPER


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Above, timer Trish Brannon lays
down the law to the candidates run-
rting for Jackson County Sheriff dur-
Ing a forum sponsored by PANDAAP
Thursday. Left, Jackson County Sheriff
candidates answered a series of six
questions d(sring a candidates forum
sponsored by PANDAAP Thursday.
- Mark Skinner / Floridan
Chuck Anderson said he'd like to do
more parent-education sessions so
they would be more likely to recog-
nize the signs of drug or alcohol
abuse in their children. Public service
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FLORIDAN STAFF REPORT
Marianna Police Chief Hayes liaggett has a message for whoever took a
city utility vehicle for a 'joy ride' on city land Thursday night: "You are look-
ing at grand theft, a third degree felony, criminal mischief and trespassing."
A Friday press release from Baggettreports.unknown suspects broke open
the equipment barn at the MERE recreational facility and drove off with a
city-owned Gator utility vehicle. According to the report, the Gator was
found on city property in a wooded area north of the recreation complex. The
vehicle was returned and assessed for damage, though the report doesn't
indicate whether damage was detected.
"It appears that the suspects took the vehicle for a joy ride all over the city
property to the north," read the report.
Baggett also included a reminder to all recreational vehicle drivers: "The
City of Marianna can not allow free un-restricted access to it's wooded or fal-
low properties due to civil liability. Any person found in violation of these
restrictions will be prosecuted."
Those with information about Thursday night's incident may call
CrimeStoppers at 526-5000. Calls remain anonymous, and those who pro-
vide tips that lead to an arrest may bit rewarded with a cash payment of up
to $1,000 dollars.


"That s an inescapable conclusion," said R. Eugene
Turner, Louisiana State University professor in the
department of oceanography.
And flooding in the Midwest will likely make things
worse or at least cause the Dead Zone to be larger in
August than normal, Turner said.
Scientists with Louisiana State University and
Louisiana Universities Marine Consortium will verify
their estimate of the Dead Zone's size in July.
This Dead Zone forms when nutrient laden water from
the Mississippi River flows into the Gulf and acts as
potent fertilizer, sparking an explosion of algae growth.
Dead algae and waste from livmg algae trickle to the bot-
tom.
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BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
The 1(1 men who what to be the
next sheriff of Jackson Co.unty were
quizzed Thursday about how the\
would deal with substances abuse
among young people of the c mu-
nity.
The forum held at Chipola Col ge
was put on by the Panhandle Drug
and Alcohol Abuse Prevention
Coalition. The candidates were given
an advance copy of the five questions
they were to answer, and drew num-
bers to determine the order in which
they would answer each.
The candidates are Chuck
Anderson, John Dennis, Sonny
Fortunate, Aldrich D. Johnson,
William Nelson, Jim Peacock, Lou
Roberts, Robbie Wester, Darryl
Williams and Zannie Williams.
When asked what behaviors they
would expect their staff members to
model for today's youth, most of the
candidates said they'd expect their
deputies and other employees to
behave as professionals both on and
off duty so that they could be role
models as they play their private
roles in society as well as while one
the job. .
If the violate rules of conduct,
most candidates said, their staff
members would be subject to certain


.disciplinary actions based on the type agencies who already deal with the to a helping agency on first
of infraction and jts severity. problem. encounter. He also said he'd like to
When asked what they would do to Aldrich Johnson said he'd hold institute a junior deputy program as a
educate the public on the subject of public service campaigns and recruit peer-to-peer educational tool.
alcohol, tobacco and other drug volunteers. Darryl Williams said he'd like to
abuse, candidates had a variety of Jim Peacock said he'd train his initiate new school programs like stu-
ideas, in addition to working with deputies to refer drug-using youths dent seminars on high-risk behaviors.


BYKATEMCCARDELL
PLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
A local package-shipping store is
using its resources to send care pack-
ages to soldiers over seas.
The UPS Store in downtown
Alarianna will ship at least one pack-
age a week, and more if possible,
through October to a soldier, who.
will share the contents with his troop,
according to store owner Judy
Williams.
Williams and her husband Roger ,
opened the store this spring and soon
after, store manager Michelle Maloni
brainstormed the project, said
Williams.
The packages will be shipped to
soldiers with local ties, whether they
lived in Jackson County or they have
relatives who live here, said
Williams.
The first package will be shipped
this Monday, to 1st Lt. Joshua
Connor, nephew of Jackson County
resident Gina Stewart.
Williams said The UPS Store wis
absorb the cost of shipping, and is
currently accepting donations to fill
the boxes.
So far, the Florida Peanut
Producers Association and several
local dental offices have donated
goods to the new project.
Donations may be dropped off at
the store, which is located on
Constitution Lane, any time between
8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through
Friday, and between 9 a.m. and noon
on Saturday.
Anyone with questions may call
the store at 526-4877e
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Judy williams shows some of the items they will be
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items, such as crackers, lip balm, gal- ing cards, Bible
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BY: NEIL JOHNSON
Media General News Service .
Scientists expect the expanse of lifeless water iti the
Gulf of Mexico called the Dead Zone to be the largest
since measurements began in 1990 and.that it Will cover.
an area the size of Massachusetts.
If the prediction is true, the Dead Zone an area off
the Louisiana and Texas coasts that is devoid of oxygen,
and where sea life either escapes or suffocates -- would
cover 9,869 to 10,271 square miles. That would make it
17 percetit to 21 percent larger than one in 2002, the
largest ever measured.
The increase of possibly 1,700 square miles over the
2007 Dead Zone partly can be attributed to rnore acreage
devoted to corn production. .


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The Jackson County Farmers'
Market is open Tuesdays, Thursdays
and Saturdays, from 6:30 a.m: tuItil all
fresh produce is sold out. This state cer-
tified farmers' market accepts the
FMNP/WICandEldprAffairscoupons.
New Golden Key's Community
Flea Market starts \at 7 a.m., at the
Golden Key Pavilion, 4080 Gillette
Lane. To reserve a fr6e table, call 272-
8044.
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June 23 Monday
The Guardian ad Litem Programs
of Chipley and Marianna are seeking
strong, stable adults to serve as
Volunteer Advocates for abused and
neglected children. Training is free, vol-
unteer hours minimal. Volimteer
Advocate training in Marianna starts
today. Calf 747-5180.
The Parkinson's Support Group
meets from 12 to 1 p.m., in the
Education Classroom, ground floor,
Jackson Hospital., Lunch provided; no
cost to attend. Open to anyone who has
Parkinson's disease and their caregiver.
Chipola College Summer II classes
begin. Also, Late Registration for
Summer Session II is from 8 a.m. to 6
p.m. Call 718-2211.
. The Southeastem Community
Illood Center's mobile; unit will be
accepting blood donations from 9 a.m.
to 2 p.m., at Chipola Physical Therapy.
Call 526-4403

June 24 -'llnesday
Chipola College Late Registration
for Summer Session H is from 8 a.m. to
noon. Call 718-22.11. -
The Southeastern Community
Blood Center's mobile unit will be
accepting blood donations from JO a.m.
to 12 p.m., at the Departnient of
Revenue in Maiianna; and from 1 p.m.
to 3 p.m., at Jackson Clin Malone. Call
526-4403.


June 15 Sunday
Fathers .will be admitted free to
Landmark Park today, when accompa-
nied by their children (ages 15 and
younger), in honor of Fathers' Day. The
park is open from noon to 6 p.m.
Regular admission is $4 for adults, $3
for children ages 4-15 and free for
members and children 3 and under. The
park is on U.S. Highway 431 North in
Dothan, Ala. Call (334) 794- 3452.

June 16 Monday .
The Jackson Hospital Finance
Committee's finance meeting is at 6:30
- p.m., in the Community Room of the
Hudnall Building.
The Alford Community
Organization, a non-profit organization,
meets the third Monday of each month,
at 6 p.m., at the Alford Community
Center, located at the Ball Park on Park
Avenue. New members welcome.' Call
579-4482, 579-4871, 579-4310 or 579-
0199.
The Guardian ad Litem Programs
of ,Chipley and Marianna are seeking
strong, stable adults to serve as
Volunteer Advocates for abused and
neglected children. The training is free,
and the volunteer hours aie minimal.
Volunteer Advocate training in Chipley
starts today, and in Marianna on June
23. Call 747-5180.
The Malone Joy Club, Northeast
Jackson County Optirhist Club and
Commissioner Milton Pittman will host
a fish fry at 6 p.m., for candidates for
Jackson County Sheriff and their fami-
lies. -
Jackson County AARP Chapter
3486 meets at noon, in the United
Methodist Church Student Center.
Guest speaker: Representative Marti
Coley. Bring a dessert,< vegetable or
beverage to complement the fried
chicken that will be served.
Jackson County Development
Council, Inc.'s monthly.board of direc-


tors meeting is at 5 p.m., in the upstairs
conference.room of the Nearing Court
Office Building, 2840 Jefferson St.,
Marianna.
The Southeastern Community
Blood Center's mobileimit will be
accepting blood donations from 9 a.m.
to 12 p.m., at Hopkins in Marianna; and
from 1 to 3:30 p.m., at the Marianna
Post Office. Call 526-4403.

June 17 -'llnesday
The March of Dimes ''March for
Babies" team captain kick-off luncheon
is 11:30 a.m.-1 p:m., at Jim's Buffet in
Marianna. Reservations should be
made l4y contacting Michelle Hewitt at
mhewitt@marchofdimes.com or 422-
3152.
The Jackson County School
Board's regular meeting is at 4 p.m., in
the JCSB office. Call 482-1200.
*. The Southeastern Community.
Blood Center's mobile unit will be
accepting blood donations from 9,a.m.
to 3 p.m., at Lowes in Marianna. Call
526-4403.
,
June 18 Wednesday
The Jackson Hospital Board of
Trustees' board meeting is at 5:30 p.m.,
in the Community Roont of the Hudnall
Building.
New. Golden Key Senior Citizen
Day is the third Wednesday of each
month, at 4080 Gillette Lane,
Marianna. Food, games and prizes from
11 a.m. to 1 p.m. .
The Southeastern Community
Blood Center's mobile unit will be
accepting blood donations from 7:30
a.m. to 1:30 p.m., at FCI in Marianna.
Call 526-4403.
.
June 19- Thursday
The Southeastern Commuility
Blood Center's mobile unit will be
accepting blood donations from 10 a.m.
to 3 p.m., at Sunland in Marianna. Call


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June 20 Friday -
The Marianna Elks Lodge No. 1516
hosts a charity golf tournament at
Indian Springs Golf Course.
Registration beginslat 10:30 a.nt.; tee
off at 11:30 a.m. The three-man scram-
ble costs,$60 per player. Prizes will be
awarded with the major prize being a
Dodge Quad Cab pickup. Call Tom
Santson at 526-4875. .
1 The former Lillie, Blanks'
Elementary School Reunion Banquet
starts at 6 p.m., in the Sneads
Community House / Log.Cabin, Old
Spanish Trail, Sneads. All former facul-
ty, staff, students and other interested
persons are asked to attend. Call (850)
593-6245.
..* Registration d*,adline is 5 p.m.,
today, for Little Zion Community
Association, Inc.'s Second Annual
Bike-A-Thon, which is set for June 28.
Register at The Haircut Pad, or call
482-8081 or 592-2368. .
The Panhandle Area Drug and
Alcohol Abuse Prevention Coalition's
Dutch treat luitch meeting is at 11:30
a.m., in Gazebo Restaurant in
.Marianna. Those interested in sub-
stance abuse prevention in Calhoun,
Holmes, Jackson, Liberty and
Washington counties are welcome:
.The Southeastern Community
Blood Center, 2503 Commercial Park
Dr., Marianna, hosts its Double Impact
Drive from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., at the cen-
ter. Call 526-4403.

June 21 Saturday .
The Jackson County Health
Department's Closing the Gap program
and St. Joseph Lodge No. 99 sponsor
the 2008 Men's Health Summit: "A
Call for Life Changing Action," from 8
a.m. to 3:30 p.m., at the Marianna High
School complex. Call 594-6181, 594-
6111 or 209-8637.


: June 25 Wednesday
The Southeastem Community
Blood Center's mobile unit will be>
accepting blood donations from 6 a.m.
to 12 p.m., at WestPoint in Chipley. Call
526-4403.

June 26 Thursday
Covenant Hospice Patient and
Family Support Training is 8 a.m. to 4
p.m., in the upstairs volunteer room,
4440 Lafayette St., Suite C, Marianna.
Topics covered: Covenant Hospice
Volunteer Orientation, Clinical Care
and Comfort, Psycho-social/Spiritual
Care, Grief and Bereavement,
Communication Skills and Volunteer
Documentation. No' cost to attend;
lunch vyill be provided. Register with
Donna Meldon at 482-8520.
The Panhandle Area Health
Network, Inc.'s Community Advisory
Council meets at 11:30 a.m., at the
Pizza Hut near the I-10 exit on .
Highway 71 in Marianna. Those inter-
ested in rural health issues in Calhoun,
Holmes, Jackson, Liberty and
Washington counties are welcome.
Lunch is Dutch treat. Call 482-9088.
Jackson County Development
Council, Inc.'s Business Plan
Development II workshop is from 9
a.m. to 11:59 a.m., at the Nearing Court
Office Building, Upstairs Conference
Room, 2840 Jefferson St., Marianna.
This workshop will provide one-on-one
interaction on your business plan that
you began developing in the preceding
workshop. Cost is $15 per person, to be
paid in advance. Reservations required;
registration closes at 5 p.m., two days
before each class meets. Call Toni or
Roy at 526-4005.
The Southeastem Community
Blood Center's mobile unit will be
accepting blood donations from 12 to 5
p.m., at WestPoint in Chipley. Call 526-
4403.


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other women could be waiting in
the wings to make a presidential
bid.
After all, Barack Obama was
unknown until he spoke at the
Democratic National Convention
in 2004. Who could have pre-
dicted his meteoric rise?
The good news on race is that
we've come a long way in less
than 20 years.
In 1990, Douglas Wilder of
Virgima was inaugurated the
nation's first black governor,
Virginians at the time whispered
that Wilder was able to be elect-
ed because he was unmarried.
The idea was that the
Commonwealth was ready for a
black governor but not for a
black first lady.
It's certainly unacceptable
today even to whisper such a
thing although I do know eld-
erly Solitherners who say they
aren't ready to see the Obama
daughters playing in the White
House.
Overt appeals to racism are
over the top in today's cam-
paigns, but appeals to patriotism
are OK. Republicans have been
hammering at Michelle Obama's
remark in February that, "For the
first time in my adult lifetime, I
am really proud of my country."
None other than first lady
Laura Bush defended Michelle


BY MARSHA MERCER
MEDIA GENEIML NEws SERVICE
WASHINGTON "Who are
you?
And how can you write such
crap?"
So began an e-mail fired off to
me at 7:37 a.m. Thursday.
A Hillary Clinton fan outside
Detroit had read my colupinsay-
ing a so-called Obama-Clinton
"dream ticket" sas anything but.
"You must be a black lady I
can tell by your yvriting about
Hillary," she went on, except that
she spelled it writingng"
It's impossible to take a racist
seriously who can't even spell
writing. But I digress.
: Race is the rising river that
runs through this presidential
campaign from Bill Clinton's
comments on the South Carolina
primary to rumors of Michelle
Obama's supposed use of the
word "whitey" in a video
nobody has ever seen.
With gender now largely out .
of the picture with Hillary
Clinton's departure, race could
loom even larger in the cam-
paign and not just in the
South.
Another reader from Macomb
County, Mich., who described
herself as a conservative
Republican, wrote me, accusing


Michelle Obama of "playing the
race card" by speaking in
Ebonics which my correspon-
dent spelled "Eubonics" to a.
group of African Americans in
Michigan. After reporting in
dialect a line from Michelle .
.Obama's speech, the writer said:
"You bet it is about race when
every African American is vot-
ting for Obama solely for his
color. That is the unvarnished
truth. If Caucasian voters solely
voted for someone because they
were white imagine the huge
uproar."
I could find no news reports of
such a speech, by the way. And,
it's preposterous to think that -
every black person is voting race
any more than that every white
woman was voting gender.
Yes, I'm sure some blacks will
vote for Obama because he's
black and some whites will vote
for John McCain because he's
white. It's a free country.
Many women who backed
Clinton especially older, ,
white women saw her candi-
dacy as their last chance to vote
for a woman president in their
lifetimes. One of Clinton's
problems was that younger
women were more confident
they'll have another chance, and
that took the urgency away from
a Clinton vote. .
Clinton may run again in four


Obama this week.
"I think she probably meant,
'I'm more proud,' you know, is
what she really meant. You have
to be really careful in what you
say. I mean, I know that, and
that's one of the things you
learn," Laura Bush told Jonathan
Karl of ABC News in an inter- .
view.
Asked if it was a legitimate
issue, Mrs. Bush said, "Every
issue ends up being legitimate to
a campaign . People are going
to talk about it anyway."
She's right. I've gotten several
long e-mails purporting to tell
the "truth" about Obama being a
Muslim and many other "facts.''
Past campaigns have ignored
such attacks at their peril, as
John Kerry's slow response to
the Swift Boaters demonstrated.
The Obama campaign, mind-
ful that even unsubstantiated
rumors take on a life of their
own on the Internet and talk
shows, just launched fightthes-
mears.com. It examines each
"smear" and presents the "truth."
That won't stop the attacks,
but it may help defuse the anger
I see in my e-mail.
Marsha Mercer is
Washington bureau chief of
Media General News Service.
www.mgwashington.com


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that the Mariamia City Commission will meet in.public session at 6:00 p.m. on Wednesday, July 9, 2008
in the Commission Chambers at City Hall with the following proposals to be considered for adoption:
L Whether the Commission should adopt the following ordinances entitled:
ORDINANCE #957 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF MARIANNA, FLORIDA ENACTED
PURSUANT TO THE PROVISIONS OF FLORIDA STATUTES, SECTION 171.044 PROVIDING
FOR THE ANNEXATION INTO THE CORPORATE LIMITS OF THE CITY OF MARIANNA
CERTAIN REAL PROPERTY OWNED BY ETHER PETERSON BOWERS WHICH CONSISTS
OF PROPERTY CONTIGUOUS TO THE EXISTING CORPORATE LIMITS OF THE CITY OF
' MARIANNA; PROVIDING FOR PUBLICATION OF THE ORDINANCE IN A NEWSPAPER OF
GENERAL CIRCULATION WITHIN THE CITY; PROVIDING FOR THE FILING OF A
CERTIFIED COPY OF THE ORDINANCE AS ADOPTED WITH THE CLERK OF THE
CIRCUIT COURT AND WITH THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA;
AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
" The parcel totaling approximately 0.41 acres is located on the east side of Gilmore Street in
unincorporated Jackson County.
ORDINANCE #958 -- AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF MARIANNA, FLORIDA ENACTED
PURSUANT TO THE PROVISIONS OF FLORIDA STATUTES, SECTION 171.044 PROVIDING
FOR THE ANNEXATION INTO THE CORPORATE LIMITS OF THE CITY OF MARIANNA
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Tamara Yates and husband
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Shockley and wife Pam; 8
great-grandchildren, Andy,
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WRS HOSpitalized in critical condition at
Tallahassee memorial Hospital. .
Michael Robinson, 18, of Grand
Ridge, the driver of the vehicle in
which she was riding, was listed in
serious condition.
The driver of the other vehicle, Jake
Snelgrove, 20, of Marianna, was also


seriously injured. ..
According to highway patr61, the
vehicle Snelgrove was driving was
eastbound on SR 10 and "for an
unknown reason" crossed over into the
westbound lanes of traffic.
The front of Snelgrove's vehicle col-
lided with the front of the vehicle


Robinson was driving, and rotate
clockwise and came to final rest on i
side.
Snelgrove was wearing a seatbe]
while Robinson and Rahming we]
not, according to highway patrol.
Charges are pending blood te
results, according to highway patrol.


FLORIDAN STAFF REPORT
Three young Marianna residents
were injured in a head-on collision on
State Road 10 near State Road 73
Saturday afternoon, according to
Florida Highway Patrol.
Kayla Rahming, 17, of Marianna


BY ENOCHA VAN LIEROP
MEDIA GENERAL NEws SERVICE

Bayou George A fish-
ing trip ends in tragedy as a
young boy is hit and killed by
. a train.


According to Panama City
Police, Russell Rudd, 15, and
his father Kevin Rudd, of
Youngstown, were fishing
from the train trestle at the
Bayou George bridge next to
Highway 231.


. Police say the two heard
the train coming and tried to
run back to land. '
The father made it off safe-
ly, but the train was unable to
slow down in time and hit the
boy. He was knocked off the


train trestle and into the search.
water. Authorities found the boy's
The Florida Fish and body in the bayou shortly
Wildlife Conservation before 8 p.m.
Commission and the Bay Authorities say the Rudds
County Sheriff's Office dive were preparing for a Father's
team was called in to help Day fish fry.


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a whole lot cheaper than interven-
tion," he said. He said he'd also like to
start more programs for kids, giving
as an example a youth rodeo he
helped establish.
Darryl Wilhams said he thought
law enforcement should be consis-
tently present at popular gathering
places for young people, becoming a
familiar sight as both a deterrent to
drug activity and as a source to turn to
for help.
Aldrich Johnson said law enforce-
ment should work with "grassroots"
resources like churches to attach the
drug and alcohol abuse problem.
When asked how.they would deal
with those involved in underage
drinking, most candidates said they
would use a "common sense"
approach with young offenders and
offer them treatment alternatives.
Most advocated zero tolerance for any
adult who would be involved m pro-
viding alcohol to them.
When asked when they would
expect to implement their visions and
pohcxes if they were to win the office,
most candidates said some efforts
would begin immediately, while a
period of evaluation would be needed
for major changes.


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announcements -on radio duritig high-
risk periods- like.holidays might also
be useful, he said. .
Lou Roberts said he'd like to 'make
fuller use of School Resource Officers
by setting up additional school-based
programs related to drug and alcohol
abuse prevention.
Wilham Nelson said he'd like to
give children more educational pro-
.grams about the side effects of drug
and alcohol use so that they never
start down the path.."If you.take away
the demand, you decrease the supply,"
he said.
Robbie Wester said he'd make bet- '
ter use of seized drug money by put-
ting more of it into drug eradication
training and prevention programs
with children.
Sonny Fortunato said he'd like to
institute the anti-drug DARE program
at area schools and would make sure
retail store owners realized that the
sheriffs office would have a no-toler-
ance view of the sale of alcohol to
minors. Arrests, he said, would make
the point and send a message to oth-
ers. Parents, he said, also heed be bet-
ter informed about the dangers of
leaving prescription drugs within
reach of curious teenagers.


John Dennis said more community
patrolhng and contact is one answer
to the problem. He said law enforce-
ment should have a higher presence at
municipal and county meetings, and
Imtiate tpwn meetings if a widespread
educational need arises. -
Zannie Wilhams said children and
their parents, need more programs to
educate them about the ill.effects of
drug and alcohol abuse, and that law
enforcement should see to it that store
owners check the identification of
would-be alcohol buyers to make sure
they're of age. '
Candidates .were also asked what
they would to to reduce high-risk
behaviors among young people.
Chuck Anderson said he'd like to
set up a team data-base where agen-
cies could compare notes and more
quickly identify young people who
were showing consistent signs of sub-
stance abuse.
Robbie Wester said he'd like to hold
mini-camps for young people so that
they could interact in a positive envi-
ronment with law enforcement and
establish a bond of .trust that could
help them reach out if they were hav-
ing problems.
Zannie Wilhams said he'd like to


have public meetings so that he could
get input from parents and other
adults about how to address the drug
abuse issue.
William Nelson said he'd like to
strengthen educational programs for
children and set up more activities for
them in the community. He also said
the law should make it clear to parents
that they bear some responsibility for
their children's behavior.
John Dennis said he'd like to reach
out more to comttiunities for help in
educating children about the dangers
of substance abuse. He, too, thought
law enforcement needed to do or
assist other agencies in setting up
more activities for kids.
- Lou Roberts said he thought law
enforcement should be doing more to
reinforce good behavior in children<
and encourage them to step up as peer
role models. More dialogue with par-
ents is also necessary, he said.
Jim Peacock said it's important that
law enforcement to act on some level
at the first sign of trouble ma young
person. He also said he'd like to see
an in-house drug treatment center in
the county.
Sonny Fortunato said he though
prevention was the key. "Prevention is


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The decaying algae extract nearly all
available oxygen in the water, a coridi-
tion called hypoxia.
The nutrients maiinly come from fer-
tilizers carried in runoff from the vast
farming areas of the Midwest that
drain into the Mississippi.
This year, the team of scientists says
the nutrient level will be 37 percent
higher than in 2007. That would be the
largest injection of nutrients 'into the
Gulf since measurements began in
1970.
The increase in corn crops for
ethanol production is one reason for
the spike in nutrients, the report states.


Corn requires more fertilizer per acre
than crops such as soy beans and more
of the fertilizer ends up in the rivers.
In 2007, scientists predicted the
increase in acreage devoted to corn
would cause the Dead Zone to expand.
Turner said 40 percent of the fertiliz-
er applied in the river's watershed goes
to com, and com production increased
.by 20 percent this year.
The Mississippi drains 41 percent of
the land area in the contiguous 48
states.
Farmers in the Midwest had already
applied fertilizer to much of the
acreage flooded and those nutrients


will wind up in the Mississippi, Tumer
said.
Fish and shrimp usually are mobile
enough to swim out of a dead zone.
Animals that live on the bottom such
as starfish, crabs and worms can't
escape, and they die.
Decomposing algae uses more oxy-
gen than can be replenished at the sur-
face. ,
The same condition exists in other
.places, but the Gulf's Dead Zone is the
second largest in the world, the
National Oceanic and Atmospheric
Administration said. -
The largest is in the Black Sea.


The Dead Zone normally stretches
over the continental shelf parallel to
the coast of Louisiana. This year, sci-
entists say, it could expand to the Texas
coast. It usually extends from shore to
water about 180 feet deep, or about 75
miles from shore.
The Dead Zone begins forming in
the spring and generally peaks about
July and lasts into the fall.
Hurricanes could disrupt the process
by mixing the water and pushing oxy-
gen toward the bottom where dissolved
oxygen levels are at their lowest.
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Dear Greg:
We are writing you this letter to
tell you how special a dad you are.
We are so grateful for you and our
relationship. We feel so lucky you're
in our lives.
We will never forget the countless -
sacrifices you have made for our
family.
Love always,
Pamela and kids
To Greg Knox from wife and chil-
dren.

ses


Happy Father's Day to a great dad,
who is always willing to help any
-
body. Thank you for always being a
dad. We love you very much, and
hope this day is all you want it to be.
P.S. Your mom says "I'm very,
very proud of my son; Happy
Father's Day."

Love,
Jay, Nonica, Nikki and Lonni
.To Willie Williams Jr from his chil-
dren dad his mother. Bobbia
U'dliams.
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A Poem for My Pa'Pa
We drive the tractors
and we play outside,
You spend time with me,
Eveh when I know you're tired.

Today I Thank God,
For All the things that you do,
But I especially thank Him
For giving me the Best
Grandfather -
That's You.

Happy Father's Day
Love,
Kyan ,
To Charles Holden from grandson
Kyan Gibson


Taurus Williams

Happy Father's Day! ; ;
You are our hero and best friend.
We love you very much, and are
wishing that you get better soon.
Even though you were in an accident
o It lb d ryou legurb
chair, and continue to do so as you
heal.
P.S. Your mom says "I'm very,
very proud of my son; Happy
Father's Day."

Love, Your Children,
Rye-Rye, Jos, Bubba, Tara and
Nay-Nay
To Taurus Williams from his chil-
dren and his mother Bobbie
Williams..


Earl Pate and daughter Karen Meeks.


My Dad: Our provider, farmer, car-
penter and all- around teacher of life.
In my early years, I grew up on a
farm. My Dad taught me all about
raising vegetables and taking care of
the farm animals and how to survive
. with this knowledge.
Eventually he had to quit farming
and became a carpenter. With this
knowledge, he built my highchair (I
still have it), he built our fancy mail-
box post. We then began construction


on our new home on the weekends
when I was around eight years old;
teaching me as we built. As the years
rolled on he taught me how to shoot
and respect the "22" rifle he had (still
in the family). He taught me how to
fish, ride my bike and later how to
drive our '53 Ford (Standard
Transmission).
He instilled in us the love and trust
so deserving of him.. By his actions
he lived what he believed and said.


He was a faithful Christian and
taught us moral and spiritual stan-
dards and the consequences of dis-
obedience. A more kind and gentle
man I never knew until I met my
husband. Although my Dad is gone
from this Earth he will always be
within my heart.
In memory of Earl Pate, from
daughter Karen Meeks.


. Dear Daddy,
So seldom in life do we find or
take the time to express our innate
feelings or outwardly disclose oral
expression reflecting the real us. I am
hoping that sharing a few moments
with you will be acceptable.
I find that as life progresses, it
becomes apparent that we see more
clearly the depth of reality. It also
emphasizes golden memories ofrem-
inisce, awakening the events of time
past. These past experiences of our
lives are priceless, for these are
placed properly in the annals of our
thoughts and are ours for keeps.
Daddy, often I ponder the yester-
days and the years of past and in the
mists of all that transpired, I see that
greatness of you. As you have so
often relayed how life was in the
twenties, your expression became a
perfect piece of art for my listening.
The old, the good and challenges of
the past reflects images of our recol-
lections and in the realm of our lifes-
pan better moments somehow always
overshadowed disappointments that
might have been,
Since replacing the younger age
status of recent years, insight has
become more evident and practicali-
ty seems clearer. Since knowledge-
able moments of my tender years,
you, Daddy, have been that symbolic
cornerstone of strength and purity. I
often think of the hardships of
Hoover's administration, and what
must have been a frightening ordeal
for you and mama as the two of you
planned the strategy of family sur-
vival.
Along with us kids growing up and
the limitations of financial bargain-
ing powers, we hit the strides of life,
faced the odds whether up or down,
and we were molded fit for accept-


ance into future life.
Daddy, my heart often overflows
with great affection and devotion for
you as I weigh the sacrifices and
alternatives that you so bravely
faced. In our recall and expression of
the past, certain moments made ever-
lasting imprints that will never let go
out of my mind.
. A heavy toll was, as is now, so
imminent with the pace ofrus agrari-
ans' lifestyle. Drought caused heart-
break and evolved from epidemics of
swine cholera. Boll weevils stole our
cotton. Regardless of the trials of
unforcertainties, our family was
close knit for respect was a warranty
of our love one to the other.
While with their Dads, most little
boys tend to stockpile emotional
memories.
The thrill of those enchanted
moments with you will live with me
forever, though thought upon as an
adult to be trivial at the time. -
Many reasons have waxed and
waned in our lifetime. Once we
enjoyed the thrill of moonlight rays
on fields of unharvested corn and
saw the reflection of white cotton
patches. The chill of late fall brought
the feeling of early winter. We heard
the bay of hounds in the back woods'
In the late afternoon we watched
shrewd rabbits outmaneuver young
hound pups. The settings of many
thrills of years past are only memo-
ries.
With each winter exercising its dis-
tress drove us indoors as we waited
for the family wood stove and
Mama's combined efforts to formu-
late those sweet cured hams and
brown gravy. With tiny feet dangling
from table benches, we confided the
events of the school day, or showed
excitement about a young calf born


the night'before. We told those table-
side who in school had measles,
whooping cough or even the itch.
As the thaw of winter approached,
land breaking became foremost,
while scootering new ground our
shins becaine stop absorbers from
roots that were torn loose from the
ground by our horsepower. This was
the best training Jab for breaking
young mule fillies and colts. Red-
breasted robins flooded the area.
Days for burning log piles on cleared
land were somehow special. By late
winter, husky high stepping teams
crossed fields of broken land in view
of stakes across the forty.
. The waning of winter was always
evidenced by the formation of geese
returning to their northern home-
lands. In the silence of late after-
noons echoed the mate calls of bob-
white.
Daddy through you love and admi-
ration for nature, I learned so much,
for as I grew up, I was stepping in
your footsteps. In the fullness of
early moonlight you taught me to
identify the "chip-down-the-white-
oak" mate song of whippoorwills.
Together we stalked the Grey fox that
stole our turkeys. .
You explained the heavenly bodies
and how the seven stars would
always direct a lost person to reach
his destination. Your memory
seemed endless with fascinating bib-
lical stories.
We hunted together, fished togeth-
er, worked together and went to
church as a family. Not only for
myself, but for those about us, your
standards of Christian principles
have set an infallible rule. In family
planning you and Mama fulfilled our
personal needs and taught us our
bedtime prayers.


Preservation of nature seemed to
be one of your pet.interests in life. I
wish these principles could be
cemented in everyone's thinking! Our
world was so clean and pure when
we first found it,
Daddy, each early spring our farm
was like tender growth of youth.
Everything was in the beginning.
Breaking land in January caused
growing leg pains. .
Farm chores were a never-ending
necessary assignment and the water
pump needed frequent lubrication.
The rhythmically knocking of
Guiana distributors echoing in late
afternoon was definite indication of
springtime at work. Planting, plow-
ing, hoeing and bush-cutting came
yvith each early summer.
Back breaking peanut.and cotton
harvest finalized a payback ofindebt-
edness of the year. Beyond that, new
shoes, clothes, and maybe a bag of
oysters for special occasions.
Daddy, the birthday parties,
Sunday school picnics, fishing and
hunting trips... I will never forget.
The photos you and Mama made
make it possible to know what we
looked like as kids.
.Enchanted nighttime stories as told
by you, when I cuddled on your
strong legs, are kept in memory of
the Giver. Graduation from this'came
too soon as growth and time replaced
my haven with Morris and then Nell,
-and I became a beholder.
Daddy, no man's lifetime has seen
more evidence of history than you.
W.W.I, W.W.II, Korean War, Civil
Rights movement, Vietnam War,
Granada, and then Desert Storm. You
have shared the greatest industrial
revolution ever...from hard-tail mules
and job-downs, to great combines
and well into a computer generation.


Greater than sharing all these doc-
umented events of time and change,
you have and hold the ingredients
that neither time nor wear can
change... love for family, community
and friends everywhere.
In the events of each decade,. indi-
vidual lives are always variable. To
endure sadness we must look up and
beyond to find peace of mind. This
was so true when we lost Mama.
Through her own goodness and
determination I express my gratitude.
Daddy, regardless of age, the thrills
of life will always be with us. Your
excitement and enjoyment of nature
seems to coincide with my very own.
In your conservative attitude, you
help to preserve nature's gift to those
that follow us. You leave your paths
easier for the next to follow. Though
small be our own world, you have
made yours a better place for now
and hereafter. Change with time is so
constant. I always believed that when
we get lost in one thing we must find
ourselves in another. You have done
this so well. I often feel so elated and
happy that you and Clarkie (Mom)
became such good friends that devel-
oped into a healthy marriage.
Mom set the stage for your life to
be comfortable and happy. The beau-
ty of her love for you surpasses
description. Betty and I love her
dearly for the great person she is,
and, for being so good to you. Pop,
you and Mom deserve the very best
of everything!
Thank you again for honored
memories... and I love you.
Shared in memory of Winston E
Dirty, written to him by son Gene
Brantley Ditty in June of 1988.


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2B Sunday, June 15, 2008 Jackson County Floridan


Samuel Jung Cox


www.JCFLORIDAN.com


Willa Christine Wester,
daughter of Will and Patty
Wester of Grand Ridge, cele-
brated her fourth birthday on
March 29, 2008, with a "Sea
Life" birthday party at her
home. The party house was
decorated with dolphin bal-
loons, a birthday banner and a
fish aquarium.
The children enjoyed play-
ing in a moonwalk and on the
jungle gym.
The birthday girl and guests
were served a seafood lunch-
con of fish sticks, pasta salad,
Goldfish Crackers, chips and
dip. The birthday cake was
topped with a dolphin and
whale made of icing. Sodas
were served from an antique
Coca-Cola machme.
Will's .actual birthday,


Dewey is &
Levin Kaide'Dewey turns 3
today, June 15, 2008. His
proud parents are Ashley and
Laura Dewey of Mananna.
Levin's maternal grandpa"
ents are Ronnie and Becky
Peacock of Mananna. His
paternal grandparents are Jean
Dewey of Sheads and Roscoe
and Becky Dewey of Illinois.
Levin celebrated his big day
with a pirate pool party, with
hamburgers, hot dogs, cake
and Ice cream. He was sur~
praised with a treasure chest
full of toys.


Willa Christine Wester


April 1, was spent -at Sea
World in Orlando, with her
parents and her four big sisters
- Madison, Amelia Anne,
Grace and Olivia.


The McMillions


Mr. and Mrs. Bruner


as a Corporal in the United
States Marine Corps. Josh
is taking classes at Corry
Station in Pensacola.
. Kelly is the 2005 gradu
ate of Florida State
University with a degree in
Criminology and is cur
gently working as a
Probation Officer in Bay
County.
The newlyweds plan on
residing at Camp Pendleton
Marine Corps Base in
Oceanside, Calif., next
summer, after Josh returns
from his second tour of
duty overseas.
A reception hosted by
- their parents will be held in
- their honor at the Altha
Community Center on July
12, at 5 p.m. All fanuly and
friends are invited to attend
and honor Mr. and Mrs.
Joshua Bruner.


Mike and Phyllis Lord of
Altha, and William Bruner
of Marianna, and Jennifer
Jeffrey of Milton are proud
to announce the manage
of their children, Joshua
and Kelly.
Josh and Kelly were unit-
ed in marriage in a private
ceremony on June 7, 2008,
at the Altha United
Methodist Church in Altha.
Maternal grandparents
are Edna Lord of Altha,,
and the late Emmett Lord
of Marianna; Vivian Cole
of Altha, and the late
Charles "Tobe" Branton.
Paternal grandparents are
Dolly Davis of Rocky
Creek, and the late Ben
Bruner of Donalsonville,
Ga., Janice Hansford of
Marianna, and Emmanuel
Hires of Blountstown.
Josh is currently serving


The family of John and
Sharon McMillion
announce the couple's
upcoming 25th wedding
anniversary. They are the
Royal children, adopted
into God's Royal Family.
Bishop John and
Exhorter Sharon
McMillion were married
on July 2, 1983, in
Marianna.
The couple has one child,
John "Scooter" McMillion
Jr.
John, a-disabled instruc-
tor, is homebound due to an
auto accident. He holds a
BA degree from the
University of West Florida
and a master's from MSU.
Sharon holds a B.S.
.degree from Alabama State
and will graduate with a
master's degree from
Trinity in August. She is
takmg a Biblical course
from McEwen, Tenn.
Bishop McMillion pas-


tors a mission near his
home. The two take care of
their ill son and reside off
of Highway 73 North,
Their 25th anniversary
celebration will convene
Saturday, July 5, at 4:45
p.m., in the Second West
Baptist Association build-
ing, 4110 Penn Ave.,
Marianna.
The reception will follow
at the H.H. Wynn
Fellowship Hall. The
theme is the "Royal
Castle."
The highlight of the 1983
marriage service were
cards and people from all
over.
The highlight of.this 25th
anniversary is the seam-
stress who sewed 23 dress-
es, including the honoree's.
The seamstress is 100
years, nine months old.
Everyone is invited. The
Rev. Wilham Harvey is the
officiant.


Levin Kaide Dewey


Jeff and Yunhui Cox of
Fredericksburg, Va., announce
the birth of a son, Samuel Jung
Cox
He was born May 10, 2008.
At birth, he weighed six
pounds, nine- ounces and was
19V2 inches long.
Paternal grandparents are
Howell and Ann Cox of
Sneads.
Maternal grandparents are
Jung Hak Kuk and Young Suk
Yoon of Iksan, South Korea.
. Samuel joins a sister,
Anastasia,7.


It's a boy for
Arnsdorff,

Cloud
Rhonda Arnsdorff and
Robbie Cloud of Sneads
announce the birth of a son,
William Briar Cloud, on June
fick2s000n8 Ioa pi a01 n3Mpartnat
At, birth, he weighed six
pounds, six ounces, and was
20V2 inches in length.
H b h R.J
Cloudjoms a rot er, .
Maternal grandparents are
Hank and Sheila Arnsdorff of
Guyton, Ga.
Paternal grandparents are
Robert Cloud and Sandra
Williams of Sneads.


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Rabon Leiahna Stidam

Stidam is 1

Rabon Leiahna Stidam cele-
brated her first birthday on
. June 12, 2008.
Her parents are Ryan
Stidam and Meredith
McKiriney-
Grandparents are Larry and
Regina McDonald; and Phillip
and Lynn Stidam.


Thomas Vincent
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ever you endeavor to do.
On-air personalities (such as
radio disc jockeys and televi-
sion hosts), winters and news-
paper columnist are very
important in obtalmng music
and entertainment exposure. It
will take cooperation,
unselfishness and willingness
from quite a few people.1
That old nemesis, 'jeal-
'w dwab chat
ing, discouraging and negative
people to endure.
No individual or group can
create a successful milsic
organization in this area with-
out strong support from our
citizens from all walks of life.
The poor love music; and
the nch love music. In fact'
most of us love music (can't
speak for everyone).
One important plus that we
already have in Northwest
Florida, along with our neigh-
bors m Alabama and Georgia,
are some recording studios
that are equipped to compete
with recording studios any-
where in the country.
In other words, you don't
have to go to Atlanta, New
York, or Los Angeles to make
hit records.
My goal is to be a commit-
ted advocate for bnngmg a
variety of quality positive
music to the world, from this
area, that will be effective
throughout our country and
the world.
Sounds like a big job does-
n't it? I love the challenge!
Much help is needed, but I
honestly feel that if quality
music filled with love, hope,
reality and encouragement is
presented in a professional,
well engineered, well pro-
duced and solidly recorded
way, there is a great chance for
success.
What are we waiting for?
Thomas Vincent Murphy
is a Jackson County resident
who writes about life and
entertainment-


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for children 12 years old
and under and adults 90
years old and above. There
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All other birthday s
.
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for an additional 150
words. One photo is
allowed per wedding.
Engagements 535
for the first 250 words.
$20 for an additional 150
words. One photo is
allowed per engagement.
Anniversaries Free
for the 50th, 75th and any
anniversaries above 75.
Anniversaries in this cate-
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two photos an early
years of marriage photo
and a present-day picture.
Anniversaries that do not
meet the requirements for
free placement cost $35
for the first 250 words and
may melude one photo. A
second photo will cost an
additional $20. Also, a
charge of $20 will be
added for each additional
I50 words.
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at home
I don't know anyone that
doesn't say they enjoy music.
If they don't like Country, they
like Rhythm & Blues,
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the other music types.
There are some who have a
dislike for certain kinds of
music, but everyone that I
know appreciates some type
of music.
If yoti truly believe in God,
you should be as thankful as I
am that he created the awe-
some sounds of music. Of
course, just as we mortals
have messed up so many other
things, some musical artists
destroy the beauty of inusic.
For me, music has become

:my g d a
spent thinking of various
aspects of music; from writ-
ing, arranging, producing and
recording, to seeing music on
videos and being performed
before a live audience.
I am sure there are others
that share this same deep love
for music. Lately my concen-
tration has been on how much
talent, we have in Northwest
Florida and the areas of our
neighbors in Alabama and
Georgia.
It's time to show the rest of
the world how blessed and tal-
ented we are in this part of the
country.
If music is successful in one
part of the country, the possi-
bility of it reaching other parts
of the country increases great-
ly.
So why not begin working
toward making quality music
that can be successful in the
world, from this part of the
world?
There has been excellent
music that has come out of our
area from time to time that has
spread to other areas, and
those responsible for their suc-
cess should be commended.
If we can start accomplish-
ing this on a consistent basis it
could be a plus for this area.
It will take hard work from
serious people to make this
part of the country a major
player in the field of music
and entertainment, but it can
definitely be done.
What else would it take to
make this a recognized area
for music?
Without my peers in radio,
television, newspapers, maga-
zines and other forms of the
media, it is impossible to
make a major impact in what-


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Above: Tiny Miss Jackson County, Lannah Roberts; Baby Miss
Jackson County, Laura Grace Roberts; Teen Miss. Jackson
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Chapter, Inc. of the Edward Tick
Waters College National a dona
Alumni Association, Inc. will time f
host a yard sale June 28. activity
The sale willbe held from 7 M &
a.m. to noon. A drawing for McCh
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Chipola retirees honored
Chipola College honored
four of its retirees-Mary Lu
Andreu, Harrell Glisson,
Louise Neel and Freddie
Foran-at the recent end-of
year limcheon.
Presentation roasts were the
order of the day. Director of
Social and Behavioral
Sciences, Dr. Willie Spires
highlighted the career of Chipo
Social Science Professor al en
f r iu AndWe or yDee Glisso
Bud Riviere highlighted the Louise
careers of: Harrell Glisson, -
Director of Public Service, for
20 years of service; Freddie
Foran, Professor of Weldmg,
for 30 years of service and
Louise Neel, Senior Office
Assistant in Continuing
Education, for 25 years of
service.
Chipola president Dr. Gene
Rough presented resolutions
citing each retiree's accom-
plishments, and presented
Chipola Gold Cards which
provide lifetime admission to
college events.
Andreu, Glisson and Neel
also were awarded, lifetime
memberships in the Florida
Association of Community
Colleges (FACC).


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Baseball player was among several athletes who
have hawked Viagra in recent years.
Viagra Gold: The popularity of Viagra's iconic
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BY MARY SHEDDEN
MEDIA GENERAL NEWs SERVICE
It's a punch line, an icon, the
star -of TV commercials that
once evoked embarrassed
chuckles. Viagra the little
blue pill celebrating its 10th
birthday continues to pack a
potent punch, and not only in
the bedroom. It and other erec-
tile dysfunction drugs have
become ingrained in pop cul-
ture and, as a result, may be
changing how a nation of men
thinks and acts on issues of
health.
"They've done a real service
to men's health," says Scott
Williams, a spokesman for the
Men's Health Network advo-
cacy group of Viagra and its
two younger competitors,
Levitra and Cialis.
Interest in these medications
serves as a portal to other
men's health issues, such as
high cholesterol, high blood
pressure, diabetes and cardio-
vascular disease because it
gets men talking to their doc-
tor, Williams says. About 70
percent of the time, erectile
dysfunction, or ED, "is the
outward sign that there's
something else going on
inside."
Doctors at the Mayo Clinic


agree. The clinic last month
published a paper suggesting a
connection between ED and
heart disease. "Seeing your
doctor for erectile dysfunction
may have a silver lining," they
say.
Such links make sense if
you look at the roots of the
now famous diamond-shaped
pill. Researchers for Pfizer
pharmaceuticals were testing
compounds to treat high blood
pressure an.d cardiovascular
chest pain when they discov-
ered their volunteers devel-
oped an unintended side
effect: erections. The reason:
the drug enhanced the effects
of nitric oxide, a chemical that
relaxes smooth muscles in the
penis and allows for increased
blood flow.
Pfizer shifted gears and
asked the Food and Drug
Administration to consider the
drug for the medical treatment
of erectile dysfunction a con-
dition affecting 15 million to
30 million American men,
says the National Institutes of
Health.
Its approval as a prescripp
tion drug m 1998 created an
immediate blockbuster.
Within the first year, an esti-
mated 2.6 million mentions of
the drug were made during


physician office visits, the
National Ambulatory Medical
Care Survey showed.
Since then, 35 million men
have popped a Viagra. It's
unclear how many men are
getting prescriptions for ED
drugs from a physician, versus
buying pills from one of the
plethora of Internet sites that
advertise them. Either way,
they're being bought and used.
In 2007, combined sales of
Viagra, Levitra and Cialis
totaled more than $3 billion.
Viagra also is now approved
for treating pulmonary hyper-
tension.
'
Salvatore Giorgianni, direc<
tor of external relations when
Pfizer introduced Viagra, says
the drug triggered a sexual
revolution much like the one
ignited by women's contracep-.
tive pills decades earlier.
Pfizer's team knew there
would be an immediate impact
on pop culture and, sure
enough, Jay Leno kicked it off
with it joke on "The Tonight
Show."
Still, the product's image
evolved from a playboy potion
to an "enabling technology,"
he says. That's reinforced by
the evolution of the product's
marketing: advertisements are
more likely to address sexual
satisfaction in addition to
erectile dysfunction.
"The same generation inter-
ested m birth control pills and
women's reproduchve rights is
the same generation involved
in another huge sea change in
sexual health," says
Giorgianni, now an assistant
professor at the school of
pharmacy at Belmont
University in Nashville.
That generation's interest in
sexual freedom forced the
medical community to vali-
date the drugs as a legitimate
treatment option.
The men taking Viagra,
Cialis and Levitra presumably
are mostly older. As many as
14 percent of sexually active
older men may be using sexu-
al enhancement drugs, says a
2007 New England Journal of
Medicine report on a large-
scale study of sex among older
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But the FDA, ,researchers
and other government agen-
cies have been aware for years
of the drugs' popularity among
sexually healthy younger men
and illicit drug users. These
studies point to the potential
dangers involved in mixing
medications or abusing them.
The FDA also urges men who
take nitrate-based drugs or
alpha-blockers for prostate
enlargement or high blood
pressure to avoid taking
Viagra and the like.
There also are potential neg-
ative side effects on the rela-
tional side. Author Cyndi
Targosz conducted a survey
for her upcoming book
"Dating .the Younger Man,"
and found women complained


if a sexually healthy partner
was using a drug like Viagra
for "recreational" .purposes.
The women said it made the
experience less natural,
regardless of whether the part-
ner was a younger or older
man,
"My major issue is that that
it's misused by men who think
more is better. More is not bet-
ter," Targosz says. "They are
domg a disservice to them-
selves and their women. The
men are not aware that the
pleasure for a woman is not
Just about this hard thing."
Targosz blames.the pharma-
ceutical companies that relent-
lessly promote ED drugs.
"I believe it's put a lot of
pressure on men the way


women feel pressure to get
implants for their breasts," she
says.
There's bound to be nega-
tives with the introduction of a
new drug, especially one AssoA
ciated with sex, Giorgianni
says. He wasn't surprised that
Viagra showed up on the
Internet sites.
"When you're selling sex,
bad things can happen," he
says. "We tried to stay focused
on the medical condition as
much as possible and away
from the sensationalism."

Mary Shedden is a staff
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The bag is sleek ant) smart and made
from soft brown leather that feels as soft
as butter. The straps are long, wide and so
comfy. And it hangs coquettishly frbm
my brother's. shoulder. That's right, my
brother.
Whether he's wearing a guayabera or a
sport coat, Julio is usually carrying a
REALLY nice manbag.
You'll never see any unsightly bulges in
Julio's pockets from keys, a BlackBerry
or a wallet. They're in the bag.
He has been toting one since our moth-
er bought him a black wrist-bag as a gift
when he was 17. And in case you're won-
dering, he has never'been berated because
of his bag. '
"It just proves a point that I've known
all my life, that women are much smarter
than men," says my brother, who is mas-
culine but not menacing. ''Look how long
they've been carrying bags."
Guys, before you frown on anyone car-
Tying a manbag, remember that only a
.man confident in his, ah, manhood can
get away with one.
"As men take more interest in their
appearance, the nded for a bag to comple-
ment their style and carry all the stuff they
need is becoming more evident," says
Doreen Hing, 41, a designer and founder
of Plank, a company that specializes in


trendy bags and yoga accessories. "They
man bags are more for functionality. They
aren't recognized as a fashion statement
for men as they are for women. Not yet."
European men have been carrying bags
around at least since the '50s. Here,
though, it has been a tricky thing to pull
off. Jerry. Seinfeld tried it (on TV, any-
way) when he decided he really liked tot-
ing a "European carry-all." And when
Joey Tribbiani (Matt LeBlanc) fell in love
.with, a unisex handbag on "Friends," not
only was he mocked by his buddies, but
also his devotion to the bag cost him an
audition when he refused to put it down.
Joey, Joey, Joey. The world just wasn't
ready for a heterosexual man and his bag.
A few years on, it seems to be. .
Now ladies, before you go rummaging
in your closet, let's be clear: We're not
talking about a purse for RuPaul, more
like a "murse" for the Rock. These are
bags that are stylish but very manly and
very functional.
Major design hotises, including Marc
Jacobs, Valentino, Balenciaga and Prada,
offer a wide range of bags with man,
appeal.
Male celebs seem to be spurring the
manbag movement. David Beckham is
regularly seen with a Louis Vuitton clutch
tucked under his arm; actors Matthew
McConaughey arid Jude Law also carry
bags around town.
At a mall outing recently, I spotted at


least a half-dozen men carrying bags that
didn't belong to the "I'm holding my
woman's purse while she shops" club.
Hing says the perfect bag for a man has
masculine detailing and should be roomy
enough to carry all the necessary male
accouterment keys, wallet, cell phone,
planner, a little black book, etc.
Guys will opt for colors such as black,
navy and brown, Hing says, though you
can find manbags in brightei- colors like
green and yellow.
"It takes men longer to be more com-
fortable with color," she says. "They're
slowly accepting it's OK to have a bit of
color in their fashion."
. One of my favorites this season is the
"Jamie" by Storksak, which doubles as a
diaper bag (that's right, I said diaper bag).
It's crafted of "pebbled" leather and
comes in black and brown. The bag has
lots of compartments, and it's big enough
to fit a laptop. It retails for $210 at
www.storksak.com and at a Pea in the
Pod in Tampa.
. Unlike women's bags, there isn't really
an "it" bag for men. But who knows,
maybe someday men will wait in line to
get their hands on that "must-have" man-
bag.
Man, Joey sure would be proud.
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These classes begin with basic obedience training, with more shelter.
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The Pirates put up the first
buckets of the second half, a
three point shot to increase
the lead to 13 but the Tigers
countered with a three of
their own; The two teams
continued to trade buckets
with Graceville narrowing
the lead to 42-35 with five
minutes to go in the game.
Sneads picked up a basket
but Graceville added three.
With less than a minute on
the clock, Graceville nailed
a three-pointer to make it a
two-pomt game.
Sneads drew a foul but
couldn't execute with nine
seconds on the clock.
The final game of the
night pitted Graceville
against Chipley. Graceville
played three games at
Chipola earlier in the day
before moving their game to
MHS for an additional two
games. The fifth game took
its toll on the Tigers as
Chipley handed them a 61-
37 lead.
Games continue Tuesday
night Marianna High School
with Marianna taking on
Chipley at 4 p.m., followed
by Chipley and Bomfay at 5.
At 6, Marianna will face
off against county rival
Sneaks with Sneads and
Bonifay rounding oxit the
night at 7.


BY SHELIA iVIAt)ER
PLORIDAN CORRESPONDENT
Summer basketball con-
tinues to heat up this ar as
four teams took to the hard.
woods at the Marianna High
School gym Thursday bright.
In game one, the experi.
relied Port St. Joe Sharks
dealt the Sneads Pirates 64-
39 loss in the first game of
the afternoon.
Chipley returned the favor
to Sneads in game two,
handing the Sharks a 50-41
loss. At the half, it was
Chipley 36-27 over the
Sharks. 4
The lead vvent to 11 before
St. Joeanswered with con-
secutitre buckets and nar-
rowed the deficit to seven:
Chipley countered with a 6-0
run to nitake it a 46-37 game.
Both teams continued to bat-
t1e before the final buzzer
sounded to give Chipley the
victory.
In the third game of the
evening, it was Sneads over
Graceville 51-47.
It took Sneads less than a
minute to put up the first
points of the game but the
lead was short lived as
Graceville answered to make
/ it a 2-2 game with just. a '
minute off the clock. Sneads
answered with nine straight
points before Graceville
picked up its next basket to


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BY SHELIA MADER
FooRIDAN CORRESPONDENT
The Grand Ridge AAAAll
took the field last night for the
game of district play in Blounts
With two teams dropping o
competition, the Indians
Havana for their first game;
The Indians trailed early
much as nine runs before bou
back from a 16-9 deficit to ma
16-14 final for game one. .
The Indians team has only o
year old senior player, G
Moody with four nine year old
ers. The other seven players e
to play up to the next level, w
their last. year of AA (7-8 ye
coach-pitch) league play. .
The roster consists of John
Campbell, Kade Chatwood,


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drew Harris and Chuck Jackson with
Angie Hewett as team manager.
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ke it a squad Saturday mght after Malone
fell to Blountsown in the final game
ne 10- of the evening.
arrest A loss will eliminate either Grand
play- Ridge or Malone from further play
elected while a win allows that team to con-
aiving tinue towards a district champi-
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athan available at press time.
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"Here it is, old buddy," Cletus
Monroe said. "This is that hot new
stinkbait everybody's talking' about."
"Stinkbait?" I replied. "What are
you.....aagh!"
We were catfishing on the
Chattahoochee River near Neal's
Landing, a few miles from the
Alabama/Florida border. Clete had,
without'warriing, opened the bait con-
tainer directly beneath my nostrils.
Since the glory days of Catfish Charlie
(remember that one?), I'd assumed I
knew everything about stinkbaits.
However, I'd never smelled anything
like this.
"Kinda smells like Uncle Luther's
outhouse used to, don't it?" My ne'er-
do-well compatriot chuckled. "Yoix
reckon he might have let this company
in on that secret formula before he
died? Heck, I might be in for a little
cut of the profits, bein' blood kin and
all. Know a good lawyer who might
look into that?" .
"Foot," I said as my eyes dried and
the retching subsided, "if you even
think about opening that stuff in my
face again, you'll be taking that up
with your Uncle Luther personally,
and I'll be the one needing the lawyer.
I ought to just kill you now as a public
service."
"Yeah? Well, you won't talk like
that oi1ce these cats go to bitin'," he
said. "Tell you what, you go ahead and
bait up. I'll give you first crack at
'em."
"You're out of your mind if you


offering held no attraction.
Cletus, as usual, rubbed it in like
coarse sandpaper on an unfinished
chair leg.
"Whooee!" he gleefully exclaimed
as his rod bent double for the
umpteenth time. "You wanna play this
one, dude? My arm's plumb tuckered
out."
Actually (again painful to confess),
I was indeed lusting mightily for even
a pinch of the jar's contents. But let
him know that? I'd die first..Hence, I
forlornly watched as Clete blustered
and, like clockwork, loaded the boat
with virtually every species of catfish
native to the Gulf Coast watershed.
Occasionally, my monotony was
relieved by a worm's rotting off my
hook, allowing me to reel in and re-
bait.
After awhile, though, Clete dozed
off. He, does that, you know; falls
asleep when no one will listen to him.
Gets tired of listening to himself, I
suppose. Anyhow, he eventually shut
up, set down his rod, and nodded off.
Taking due advantage, I sneaked to
his end of the boat and unashamedly
pilfered the stinkbait. Though I had to
hold my breath while employing it, I
really enjoyed the results,
Then it occurred to me: Why not a
little revenge for all the ribbing? Heck,
I deserved it; and Lord knows Clete
did.
Easing forward, I rifled my snooz-
ing companion's sack lunch and
uncovered two sardine-and-onion


sandwiches. Unwrapping them, I
opened them up and liberally swabbed
the inside with a generous dollop of
stinkbait "condiment." I then replaced
the wrapping and slipped back astern.
Now, much as I'd like to claim cred-
it, this revengeful stratagem did not
originate in the creative recesses of my
own conniving brain. The original
idea was my cousin Darryl's, who I
once witnessed pouring fox-urine
cover scent into my Uncle Link's cof-
fee cup. Credit where credit's due,
after all.
True to form, Clete woke up hungry.
With malicious anticipation, I watched
him tear into sandwich number-one.
Heartily devouring it, he reached for
the second and consumed it with equal
fervor. Finished, he belched loudly,
polished off a third RC Cola, and
resumed fishing.
"You know," he said, "Sweet Thang
outdid herself makin' them sandwich-
es. Wonder where she got the idea to
put that fine potted meat in there with
the liver cheese?"
"Probably from Uncle Luther's out-
house," I disappointedly muttered.
I should've known, I guess. Even
stinkbait can't much alter the com-
bined flavors of sardines and onion.
Or the cast-iron taste buds of a cer-
tain fishing buddy I know.

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think I'm putting my fingers in that," I
retorted. "I'm using worms."
"Suit yourself, Hoss. We'll just see
which bait old Mr. Whiskers likes
. best, won't we?"
"Difficult as it is, I.must admit my
old partner had a point where this lat-
est "innovation's" effectiveness was
concerned. Mere moments following
his initial cast, he hooked and landed a
fat, three-pound channel catfish, only
the first of a seemingly endless pro.
session of channels, blues and bull-
heads that were obviously mesmerized
and made ravenous by the noxious
goo. By comparison, my live-bait


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fishing can be very good ri
now. Basically, look for
fish to maintain the ovel
pattern they are in at pres
for the rest of the summer 2
into early fall.
Main-lake ledges, hum
and points are the big-prod
ing locations. Deep-let
baits like slow-rolled spinr
baits and the old stant
Carolina-rig worm are we
ing well. -
Deep crankbaits may a
pay off, especially al(
ledges near someof the co
mouths. Good-sized spot
bass may also be taken in 1
ious places on smaller st
plastic baits.
Crappies are fair at tin
especially on the flats diret
off the river channels.
These fish should really 1
well in a few more wer


lish g oon nd
Hybrids will school earl;
the day in spots, though m
of the fish are small. Use R
L-Traps and spoons.
Bream and catfish are sl


River is slow for
bass; topwater bes
bet at certain times
of the day

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mouths can be taken iiI sp
Bass anglers should prima
rely on top water fishing e
arid late in the day.
Buzzbaits, Tinf Torpeds
and Rattlin' Rogues can do
trick on early and late-
bass willing to come ilp
take a surfisce bait. .
The best method other t
topwater is to fish deep at
channel ledges where they
nearest the banks.
Spoons and jig-and
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combos work well for
summertime pattern.
Bream fishing can pay
for anglers who enjoy &
fishmg along the banks
bluffwalls.
Fish crickets to tempt
bluegills and redbreasts
earthworms for the occasic
shellcracker.
.Fish are somewhat on
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the tailgaters and along b
walls. Good numbers of I
size cats are reported.

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Bass striking well-
Top water fishing
good early and late
LAKESEMINOLE-Bass
are good. Topwater fishing is
working well for quite a few
anglers early and late in the
day. Deep-water fishing in the
creeks has also been surpris-
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Grassline fish may also be
taken on worms and lizards.
Topwater offerings include
buzzbaits, floating worms,
spinnerbaits, and jerkbaits.
Also try paddletail worms in
the grass.
Hybrids are fair in spots.
Use live bait for now and
expect schooling to increase
as the weather gets hotter and
hotter.
Crappies have been fair
recently at moderate depths on
both minnows and jigs.
'Catfish are fair and can be
very good at times.
Prepared commercial baits
are the best bet right now.
Look for the fish deep along
the river channels.
Bream fishing is. fair to
good. Bluegills are the most
active species at present.


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2000 Cutest Kid Calendar Contest!
1. To enter ou may complete the entry fornt below and mail it with a
recent photo of your baby along with your $10-entry fee to the Cutest
Kids Contest, C/O Jackson County Floridan, PO. Bpx 520, Marianna,
FL 32447. You may illso drop it off at our office at 4403 Constitution
Lane, or visit us online at www.jcfloridan.com to senq a digital photo,
complete ad electronic entry form and make your payment.
2. Entries will be accepted through June 17, 2008, 5:00 p.m.
3. To begIn the contest, each kid's photo will appear in a special sec-
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4. Beginning June 29, 2008 voting will be available at www.jcflori-
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Vote for your*favorite baby for.250 per vote. Totals will be posted
online weekly.
5. Winners will be determined by the.total number of votes. There will
be one overall winner whole photo will be published on the front
cover of the calendar and in a special pullout insert in the calendar.
Twelve additional top winners will be placed, one each, on the 12
months of the 2009 calendar. Remaining top vote recipients with at
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6. Kids must be born on or after January 1, 2005.
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8, Hard copy photos must be at least 2 inches wide. Digital photos
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9. Include a self-addressed stamped envelope if you would like your
picture retu ned.
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age.
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Mercury 03 Grand Mar- s Jeep '05 Grand Cherokee, TOYOTA '04 Sequoia. MARIANNA, FLORIDA

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M t8ry 1 n9 ISeaa or II "I Neehd w dme? $316,500.334-61 2058.
power. ow miles, et r; L Jeep 01' Grand Cherokee
d48284500 FIRM 31-1 Cadillac'68DevilleRed, CI. C..I.,r ,a., Os ? Toyota '00 Tacoma Pre- Chevy '01 Tahoe LT, 116k Laredo.creamcolorbug Chevy '88 cargo van 109K
Convertible.$8500, (re :at, ).ir., ra.:1.:.rr LL, runner ext. cab, brush mi., sun roof, Ithr. 3rd shieldsidevisorsroof mi. exc. cond. new
Mercury 76 Marquis, 334-774-9243. warranty. exc.. cond. guard, tool box, new all seat, heated seats, TV, rackcleaninside&out- tires, $2,500. 334-774-
less than 45K original a/c, auto, PS/PW/PDL, Ford'07F-1504x4 tires, great shape. 121K ALL power, new tires, 97kmilesrunsgreat. 2791.
miles, I owner, $3500, ) tonneau cover, running Lariat.Tri-Sand White mi.334-671-3635. fact. wrrnty. $12,500 $6500.850-547-5292 Ford '00 Windstar LX, all
serious inq. only, 334- boardssrayinliner* w/BlackLeather. Toyota '01 Tacoma Pre- 080.678-350-8442. Jeep '00 Grand Cherokee. electric, gold w/ beige
691-73320r685-2269 $14,99 .. 334-792-2938 Fullyloaded.Perfect Runner, single cab, 20" Chevy '03 Trailblazer LT, looks good, runs excel- interior, very good
Mercury Grand Marquis or334-701-5129 Condition.531,500 chrome wheels & side seats 8, exc. condition. lent, new tires. $5500 cond., $4995, Call (334)
1995, runs good, excel- Chevy05'Silveradocrew obo.(334)488-3364 boards, K&N air clean- 14,000 actual miles. 080334-701-3974 889-1700
lent condition. $5,000- CabTruck.Loadedwith ViewPics@www. er, 4 cyl., 2wd, auto, $17,800 orig.drice' Ford'01Windst
3 18Lo m7 0 92Call ras $18,000. 850-594. My-WebOnline.com edC s eclu e $3,600, 334-333-16 Je 9 '064qLibmei e a Loaded 98K mi., naerw Lee M. Gause, owner nroker fed E. Johnstonal
334-464-1999 Dodge 01 Durango, Bur- tires, nice condition. tiresGreen/gold (:cil:850'71-17(>0 Cell:8502090812
,lt Chevrolet '57 Bel-Air, 4 Chevy05'SilveradoCrew gundy, SUV. Auto. 8-cyI. $8550 or best offer. Call $5,900Call: FIII.in:udioIntUlluminahooann Fmail:dawye.edi'il@yahoo.com
door, new eng. & paint, CabTruck.Loadedwith Ford '97 F150 XLT S er Toyota '02 Tacoma Pre 2 WD. 118000,Loaded, 334-488-1821. 334-671-9879
man extras, 80% re- extras $18,000.850-594- Cab, Triton V-8, a. Runner Std. cab. 2.7L 4 runs wellvery clean' Jeep '0 5 Rubscon *

) 53 C y '99 Silverado ext. med1inepratbeedt itenbdoe .9e c d 12 6Ko 4-a4t94c $6000 OBO' 50mi., neaut 6 ...
cab, 2 wheel drive, bed exc. cond., $6900, 334- Ford '03 Eddie Bauer Ex- drich AII Terrain Irr..s. c.- .. .
.: cover. 71k mi. $7250. 714-42100r677-6007 Toyota '99 Tacoma 4X4 plorer, V-8,leather, sun- (334)699-8668,803-5910 4:.*
334-701-3453. FO D 061' F2 XLeT, 46Wg 1 1 50c 4rr t inblue tanRe8d c Jeep '91 Wrangler, 4 cyI.
Mitsubishi'06Lancer02 * Chevy '04 Silverado LS, ese , 080. 120,k $9,000 OBO 334- $8,900,229-254-9774 good shape, new topd Ford '03 Windstar, Lt.
RallyA/CPower Ext. cab. Clean, loaded. mies. $25, ..8572/Ji850-258-3018 Rhine bed line Windows&Doorlocks, Asking $9,750. Call 334- Call334-726-2632 .ns CD Player, S 11.750. 794-8068 Ford '99 Lariat F250, Su- Sport iltilit tires, very clean, or, seaumul new nomen cessaum ne.,noomooo. cose to rown.
Fi in on 3 a 19abl0eWCAC. Chevy '07 Silverado LT 4r Dxu ,ab V-10,m3 VSillCIOS 1 cond. $9,800, 791-9484. shopping, and schools.Buill to stringent 130 m.p.h. wind code, with
or ason 334-714-1601 Crew Cab, exc. cond.' tires, 8" lift, 105k mi 9 7/12 roof pitch, CraneBoard siding, 9 foot ceilings, good sense
Chev '57 Belair 2 door, Bed cover, 26K mi.' exc. cond. $14,900. 334. Buack '91 Raineer. By P 4_ Ford 2000 Conversion, insulation, thermopane windows, heat pump, solid wood cabinets,
Re New interior Exc. $19,000, (334) 237-1039 889-0043/740-497-3152. .wner. 2WD. 6 cul Sd t.okp quality arrk III, rolled edge counters, 20 sxbxs refr., smooth top range, landscaped
and, 3 to Sr C Bevy a04bTahoeb 71e Ford '76 Pick U Truck .000L esh PO7tgF. Ioade St see $ yard, 2 decks, reallor owned MLS# 07-1439 $215,900
v. NOW$18k334-793-1902 leurter, 83k miles, Step Side, need resort- Call334-370-3921 Ford '99 Expedition, 080 33 -sa? 3171

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w/center bucket seats, Ford'07150Supercrew Star, f8k miles, garret. Exc. cond. CD changer. le 0 06 wrangIrr Golden ...
6disc cd changer in Larriat4X4whitesand /gray, $21,000 neg, fac. $5995.334-794-2935. Eaale. Black. b-spd 6 a
Mitsubishi '92 3000 GT dash, powernseats resar c80Kow/u ndeaadt r or3 ty3.d34-685- Ford '98 Expedition. Eddid o.:$/.$w ran
VR-4 Red, 5-spd. 6-cyl. $ 16, 8 0 0 3 3 4 7 0 1 bed cover.$29,500 Bower 128K mi. 3r .. .500 33 74.
AWD: 98,000; Loaded e- 8555/334-685-6233 334-798-5725. seat,54,300. 632-1100- 211s. 3her b PM

eel r Ford '68 F100 step side, C lar 6, \son Fordo 1dLTds Rhu Bo )1g.,981 Ex )itio 4 ,pa ( n 4t, r E so 8 pas n
G 4 pe. $10,500, 5eKat shap a M I 334-1 007029 PI ease 1. N II ofte PM93- OBq M t see to ap- optecioal owti iss Sk ee ur ub wagon. pW er Lovingly renovated 3 Bed room 2 Bath home in a fantastic country
4 nit* preciate. (334) 687-0058 $17,500 229-376-2670 brakes, Power steering, location on the edge of Marianna. The kitchen is immaculate with
.. $6,000. OBQ 334-671- Dodge 05 3500 Quad cab Ford '04 XLT Super Cab, .4' A/C, rebuilt engine, new appliances and custom maple cabinets. Living Room/Dining
3772- Dual Cumm ns Turbo towin pkg., bed ther, Ford '99 dE x8p rer Ed Jeep '97 Wrangler. New runs well, Fair cond. Room area has restored hardwood floors and lots of light. New tile,
r. iesd6 0, 8 $ ,0000xCall533K34)m Cadillac '03 Escalade u0 33E4-796-5311. gan209A9C. $6,750. 334' ,95 0 r obo. Call 334- caorrpetioranylfloori throughout ullenjoythefountainsandiron

*** 6 I 529 90931days, eyes. 0751 ESV, 1 owner, 92 K mi., Ford '07 Explorer Eddie Je 99 Wrangler Sport, 4 -

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60 Auto, $11,995.00 mi. Goosene ball in chevrolet '99 S10 Blazer, Ford '02 Explorer 334-464-0380
Mitsubishi Eclipse 07' Please call 334-774 bed Ex excellent Good A/CNewtrans., LoadedV6,NewTires g?
GTV6,Loadedlthr,6disk 5690r334-432-0533 condition. $28,000. Call w/warr.,newtires, MUSTSEEExcellent* Jeepd,'04 r gler Sport,
ed, htd seats, fin. avail. REDUCED!! Chev '68 sm 334-693-9220. clean, runs great!!!!! Cond $5695 nd.3 ,14 000 T34-
$17900.,John 334-797- ChevelleSS 3 6/4 $3900.(334)596-5032 (334)7g3.1928 4,-.e-e .
0420 or Jason 714-1601 peeed. Real 3d8CCoar GM '06 Canyd I k ne Chevrolet 'O2Tahoe LT Ford '04 Explorer V-8 34K 0131. 00 OVER DIS
Ni s ed02 Pat i derEScE $16, OV0 430515d400 @CI 34 4g 15,975 Wh e,91, Lo m .ch, G eytir sbltae LANODVERY SE-7,4X4 G CT- ta le I49936 Mar.]ya.,,c.*c.e..ss..a ars..:ecr.anar....:n.r........,3r.E.:.rr..,>] F.:rp., a
Cond. $12,000 334-447- Great cond. $12,000 bottom. Int. Grey many LOADED, BLUE BOOK 88,000 miles. Forest ha'+E*.Isler...cr.-ve......t-upere.:s..t....,l.:...lyr..auser..isse
0053 0.B.0.(334)726-0193- extras. $15,500. 334- $9,675 SACRIFICE ASK- Greer1 & Tan. Running sure you bring your boat to enjoy the River and Lake Seminole on
Nissan '05 Maxima SL, a 687-5684 G-4 2795. 347-4563 OR Boa Veqo seanbEvs theweekends. MLS#08-599S39,500

1 7010.co0NB 49' Refer, trallern2 side D afteo.6 yl D LRnd-RovH7E7496,R n MI rail Lif on '-
doors, roll up back Power steer, CD, A/C, Ioaded, 95K'mi., $9,900, 83
Nissan '93 NX 2000, mo. door, uIck start, used Like new.Cust Ex- Call(334)797-0768 GMG 1998 Salari Van,
tor & transmission for Cooing produce, ex- haust.Bed, coverRai- L- 7 ass. VE. AT. AC. Rear
$1000,334-446-0138 excellent conditIon, new is.Foot Rail $18k 334. Lexus '04 LX330 min SUV AD I .

me n n 522 6 gtorC D ge4 Ram 1500 xcab G oC 0 tit r, Chevrolet '01 Tahoe LT. Frudl 18adE lo rar i 3su 1 r 08 n, -
up.rC3 3447-3427 384 84' International 51700, OB Cna]r 3547Kj59 500 w/ Rhino. Gooseneck 4x4, leather. 1 owner. CD hanger. V6. Excel- 334-701-6501. N.ssan '94 Quest Wh.Is.
28,000 QVWR truck 30K Sth Wheel, 20K me. 85k me. Sunroof, 3rd lent shape. $3995. 334. 581< mi. Leaded. War-
PIRymoutbhut n8edFsurwo flatbed $HV656 H Fo0 ObCoancSoo SatS135 n3o02) -T58$47K, Ca $1e4a5 .334x3b-(17 .nd. 794-2935. tsruobisShiort9 Mon- rHanty. VDREm Sy1mo ii I, .34.r..:..r. ...Ir..r. r..: ..a..:.....t.].:.er..t.:.e.Tr.tal.ar.ca


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option). 104k mi. 90 Ford F350 truck 460 as inch rims, leather, load. Pontiac '01 Montana, character Locationcreatescommercialpotentialaswell.
Immacul at e cond engine, 104k, 5th wh el 4 GMC '07 Duramax Diesel ed $6000 080. MUST CLASSlFIEDS clean, good condition MLS# 08-533 $193,900
$5,800. 334-677-7748, hitch. All sales "as is" ba- 'g060707K90 or 3835304 SELL! 334-430-3652. We'reWorking For You!! Ioadea. 7 Dassenger
334-803-3058. 6/512 Id 5d0-5p9 726-2767. 80ar.r33 6 71 4-299- .
Pontiac '01 Bonneville' 6001 GMC'94'Sierra5.7LExt *
m e le n g 3 9 VWRrdw/Fjbed 2 ,050 tCrab 4- 4-730003 needs d'II
791-1604. Hi-Ranger SF-48PBI lift. GMC '00 Sierra SLE '
Pontiac '04 Grand Prix All sales "as is" basis Extended Cab. Gray. All ,
ka3ile n erberxteridr ea2/0 leCdallbi85005p9e4n F rdonC 10 d5 nwd tr!on. E1x3c8ek lemNd icakin n7 o Irmhaada.
V6.great condition' 6001 ed great cond. $8000.334-791-3081. CHEVROLET '07 TAHOE 2000GMCYUKON105K es & warranty, $26.5130.
MSMO call (334)692- Anderson trailer/car. $8,500, call 791-8695 GMC '06 Sierra Z71, loaded, Z71, 4WD, 13,000 MI.!, 2 miles;ioadedSLTleath- Call Jeff 334-701-8303 Yourhomeinthecountryawaits.Justminutesfromtownbutw/othe
9915 /eg men t/ ut il i ty or 334-794-2426 28k mi., ext cab, still un- DVD'S, NAV., BACK UP er, On-Star, sunroof, or Lacy 334-701-6020. Pontiac '06 Montana SV6 crowds, noise & traffic. New 3 bed 2 bth brick hm has many custom
Pontiac '06 GTO, 6.0, 16X7udpwith 5ft stowa- der wrnty. $21,500. Call CAME-RAP LEATHEREL3 DV9DO Oay3%-6 5 Nissan '06 Murano. Ex- Ka w51d50 ,0 features infl Zodiac Marble Cntr tops, top-of-the-line stainless appi
400HP 24,000 miles, w ye ramps, diamond 334-347-73530r464-2659 SMTb6,900 5F M, Call leave message excellent condition. Gla- 334-899-7520or & Maple Cbntsuin ktch; Hampton Bay Ceiling Fans; fluted door
black in/out, one owner pl floor & tool boY Inr.nity '04 FX 45, 38,000 334-684-6291 cier Pear I. Ask ing 334-701-8113. casings; sensor Ightg; fmch doors open to b/y; pedestal sinks; pint
$26,000, 850-352- Let's discuss price .*34 ... miles, fully loaded, $24,500. Contact 334- shutters;fireplace;metalroof;12x24shedwelec.COMESEE!
3752/850-557-6666 701-4315 d -.. 7 navigation, rear view Chevrolet '02 Trailblazer 347-2377 for more de- MLS#08-469 $169,500
DELIVERY TRUCK. Daesel camera, grayish, exc. LT loaded, 4WD, 90K tails .
w/ lift gate. Year: 2000. Cond.,531K,718-6640 miles, blue, reat cond.,
4 94-7a6p4p4rx.33 79 Jeen '99 Cherokee Limited. '( b37 2415372-4822
. 2497, 334-797-1730. I k 4 Lgr I th6 r cd: You Name it... - -
Freightliner 92' 60 series. For rerior. Pwr drs/win/mir & ClassifiedHasit!!!
ad Fuller transmission, Good Crew, Auto, 4WD seats AMirgifess/CD Hummer "OF H3 $26.500. -.
for log truck or long haul. 14,000 mi. Chrome 7.11 cruise IMs. m.New Red, 8200 mdes. Red' Pontiac Montana SV6 05
0 850-638-7290/850- dikfio W5a2rKran .3 6 lean 535(liJ 850 A Black. Leatner Seals, Dark Blue, Van. Auto 6-
$ all in.&* Chrome Brush Guard. cyl. 31,000, Leaded.
PoRt 04000 G ndAAMC.D., GM '06aut an nci s 4 @-63 ,900. C Nit Ive on run rE al'ir ha34 too. Ni6s7sKanm eas 2 Der$132, O fgerr brakCs P Cr, verynewwellmaintained,38R/2BAMI-lon3.45acresinaseclue-
AM/FM. Real Clean! 27k miles. $23,500, Call cd. 5 srsd manual. 4 cyI. Excel cond Needs Noth- AM/FM, stereo low edcountrylocation6milesoutsideMarianna.Propertyisspectac-
$4,200.334-792-7814 334-673-4852 Ford '99 F-350. Enclosed per pkg. 1015 of extras. ing 334-393-1855 miles, new tires, leath- ular w Ig Oaks) providing shade for your hm & a Ig deck that over-
service truck. $8.000 .test mi 59.900. 594-4921 er int. very clean, Like looks your own pyI woods.0pen flr plan, center island & picture
Tmi'06 Crus d.37,B8100k Tr i r: t le"D $2T,00R00 Ca[I513334-774-8731 or 19msg Chevy Blazer'01, White ., 7 Nib% '066, Xtuetrora33l 5w.or8154d}2 -0788570-594- window in kitchen, walk-in closets in ea BR, lovely master bath,
$11111/* :431 2 2-6359 33-1-623-0.112 You Name II.. AT 6-cyl 4WD, 130k, PB a ; miles $16,500 334-300- plantation blinds, extra insulation, security ights on each corner.
Classilled Has it**! PS, CD, A/C, AM/FM, 1 8102 leave message. .. . .... . Come see MLS# 08-821 $109,000
RACE CAR Dirl lale Volvo 97 dumD Iruck W- sunroof, $6500, 334-
m..4.1 05 CI Rayburn 64. Ir.ade. 16 It body Nissan '04 Than Crew 793-0677. r, Sequoia 04 76,500
& & n enclosed nad- e 1. 5.de. R swing barn Cab. Black. Pick up. Au- miles, leather, sunroof,
er man, surras. 334- door $24.900. 334 685- Io., 8-cyl. 4 WD. 47.000. Chevy 200 Blazer 4x4 LX, r dvd, third row. $21,000. a
3.5 6 21720r334471-7632 Loaded, L.Le new Ask- 99k mi., 4dr., auto, fully ISUZU 'OO RODEO, OBO.334-828-1303 7}
.ng Daych. Call 334-333- load d. all Dwr. white. BRONZE. Auto. 6-cyL. 2


Musiang 83 Convertible it IExtWDabAut. nea negd b ea Onevy 06 Tance LT Jeep 01 Cherokee. 4v4. Newlyconstructedmodularhomebuiltto150m.p.h.windcodesin
,ar parts. $400. 334-886- Cold Air Nice Truck I 3.500K m. 524.000 Loaded aidE mi. While Old AC & CD Diver. brand new Carriage Oaks Subdivision. Complete with heat pump,
8 8 193.000 Tai 4995.00 334- 334 194-8295 belor e a Tn New sees 2nd runs great new pa.nI. good sense insulation, thermopane windows, sheetrock walls, 2 X
308-9010 10am or Iv. mess. 334- oan or E c C on a 55500 080, Call a 334 J 10 floor joist, 2 X 6 exterior walls, stove, refrigerator, dishwasher, 12
1111. new 6'X30' pro' 648 0780 52-1.1/=0. 334-839-5903 701-3974 X 20 parking pad with cement walkways. Underground utilities with
Saturn '07 Aura XR, 9,800 etm leaosre.s 50 FoC1b, 64-d CD, 8KSu r Toyota '97' Tacoma 200k Che '00 Tahoe, LT, 4x4, Jee '01 Cherokee, 4x4, Toyota '04 4-Runner. SRS wa rC sedo 1 shopping, and schools. Realtor owned.
mi., like new, white, Ithr, 229-869-1008. $16,000, Call (334) 897- miles, AC, CD, 5 speed, blk w/tan leather. copld AC & CD player, Silver, exc. cond.67K
sunroof, all options, 0582 good condition, bedlin- 145K, winch & brush runs great, new paint, mi. Electric. Leather,
MUST SEE TO BELIEVE! er & tool box 334-797- guard. $9,950. 334-793- $5500 080, Call (334) Spoiler, warranty ,
$21,150 obo, 334-522-3564 Fo On5 I F- 5 I 6186 9130 or 205-907-0861 701-3974 $18,500 080.791-9595. with the Classifieds
Toyota '05 Camry, 4 door 941-268 1128.



1554,7 Country living yet close to town. When you turn onto 100 Acre Dr. an
Oak canopied st will lead you home.This 2/2 hm is well maintained
and kept neat as a pin. Decks on frnt & back of hm allow you to enjoy
1 : the 2.44 acres of country surrounding you. Call me to take a look I
dont think youil be disappointed MLS# 07-2745 $67,000



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2128 sq.It mobile home *4 bedrooms & 2 baths Lakefront on
Lake Denise Office/Bonus room off master suite* #07-2312

,. Appalachee
EXECUTIVE ESTATE located on 62 beautiful acres Trall,
south of Chipley. This 2 story southern living home is Mariatula
inviting from the large front porch to the stariway lead-
ing upstairs. 4/4 & a formal living &dining room with
separate family room is open and flows well. Large Wateriront home on Merritt Mill Pond *2BR/2B w/ office OR
master bed & bath. Comes with 3 car garage. This 3BR/28A*1806tsq.ft.home*AdditionalWaterfronnotavailable
home is impressive! $849,000. MLS #: 08-318 Spiral staircase to sitting & viewing area #08-527
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INCOME PRODUCING property! Edgewood III, an 2472 K arIanna
established apartment complex consisting of 8 fur- *202B7ttrontfeetonClipolaRier
wished units, is available for purchase. Edgewood I *Niceboatitislingdock
and II are also available. Buy one or all three *2sepicianks-110rvisilingcamper*Homerentifiemodeled!*NEWindwood
Edaewood III ONLY $335,000 MLS #: 08-800 000ndleriorpilltAfrian ranie &muchmore!*408707


pamt ana carpet inrougnout, nome is reauy to move- an unal*n al. I-110IUnits, true victorian
into. Property is located not far from town. home has been authentically restored. Features
MLS 08-791 $124,900 of this home include 3 marble fireplaces, 1-3
ceilings, heart pme floors & Mohawk laminated
wood flooring, crown molding throughout, orig-
inal bead-board wainscoting in DR, custom
drapes & plantation shutters. $299,000


1. .
LOOKING FOR QUIET LIVING? This lovely
doublewide mobile home with large rooms, plenty of
closet space, side-by-side GE refrigerator with freezer
on bottom. Maytag dishwasher, 3 bedrooms and front
deck. Large shed with 6 foot door, a 4 ft. door and
a cSh c7anort.dl hi on 2 acres,







PRICE REDUCTION with 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, nine -
fool ceilings tubecrow molding, hardwood laminaqcl gSO Td T e h e th

town, close to a park and in a nice neighborhood. MLs and Chipola College. Large family room
07-2541 $131,000 with fireplace; formal LR and formal DR.
1.2 acre corner lot. $196,500


W Hwy, 71
s. I-. Greenwood
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AFFORDABLE New Home in Marianna! This 3/2 " '-.r, us.,r .... A houseperacre
w/ 2 car garage completed in '07 sits on beautiful cor- Fronts paved road Detailed package upon request*#08-420
ner lot. Comes w/ top of the line appliances, upgrad- 5195
ed carpet & vinyl, upgraded fixtures, office space. So Smokey Rd.,
much more! REDUCED! Now $149,900! Gracoville
MLS #: 07-2316
1 I rs :q ri r.... > .....1, ., s. ra.....1,.,g *s us .* e. .. 500
front feet on newly paved State Rd.*14' cleared ceiling height
a a *,Truck high loading dock #08-418
Hwy 71 & 1-10,
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g Marianna
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n- IMMACULATE 4/2 Doubletiride on 1 acre, paved i I as s, n .11..3 inar., F.....ra.).a*Co.
0 street. Completely updated. All new appliances, all SEWER & WATER*Co waterdetention*Deed restrictionlipply*#07-3081
- new carpet, all new tile. New paint. New front deck,
' new skirting..All like new. 5 minutes from town. 2730US231,
Recent FHA approval. $89,900 MLS #: 08-554 Cottondale


Brick 1700 SF 3/2 home on 4.99 n the coun-
try. Fenced for animals. Chain link fencing
around the house. Wet weather pond & 1.456
SF old barn on property. I-landicap master bath.
08-596 $150,000
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REDUCED FOR QUICK SALE
MARIANNA Near Downtown. New u dates in
this home within past 6 months. 3rd BR being
used as utility room. C/A&ll, insulated win-
dows and FP w/ electric logs. Old garage/stor-
age bldg. #08-598 $69,000






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07-3070 Beautiful 3+ acre lot has oak trees and cleared
for building. Frontage on a pond in SW corner of lot.
Lot located in vacinity of Silver Lake. All the amenities
of Compass Lake Hills horseback riding, swimming
boating, fishing, rental of cottages, campsites & lodgi
on McCormick Lake, etc. #2899.0NLY $37,000





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BONIFAY-Built in 2007., this 3/2 home features
split BR design. Wood burning FP in LR. Maple
kitchen cabinets, GE appliances, stacked W&D,
laminate* & ceramic tile floors. Lots of upgrades.
#08-472 $185,000





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07-1692 Marianna 5 Acres. Coung maintained coad on
North side of proper y and a private road on East side. Wet
weather area on SE side. possible pond site. MH ok. $39,900.




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07-1472 10 acres e. Approx. 14 yrs. old pines.
$75,000. Will sell 5 acres $40,000.


* COTTONDALE 4p Acres has
mature timber & homesite on back 20
acres. Front 20 acres is wet. Excellent
hunting. #06-1863 $200,000.
LOtS in Compass Lake in
the Highlands Subdivision
beginning at $15,000
1.45 Acres wooded lot in area CLl-1
Lodge. All amenities.CLHI #07-523

C3e r G0ordo Estate, Westville. Enjoy
liShing & relaxing near
Choctawhatchee River. Lot has water
& Septic. #07-2162 $10,000.


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BARGAIN! BARGAIN! BARGAIN! Come see this like
new 3/3 DW. Metal roof. New vinyl siding. Split BR 2119 Aaron Ave..
design. Large front & back deck. All on I acre with Grand RIdge
beautiful inground pool with new liner and fence.
Ready for entertaining or relaxing! 6 miles from Wal-
Mart. All for $99,900! MLS #: 07-3046 roo n se x 9 fm wh

Kynesviille Hwy..



bedroom plari* Formal dining & family room w/ cathedral ceiling
*$3000 toward Buyers closing cost #08-151
2960ChaseWay,
LIKE NEW 3/2 home on Highway 90. New metal Maria888
roof, new vinyl siding, Hardwood floors, gorgeous


I EAUTIFUL 2006 Triplewide 4 bedrooms 4 baths.
All stainless steel appliances, built in office space.
Rock faced fireplace. 2 nice back decks. Separate
living room/family room. 36x36 horse barn with 2
1 rx nlbor 4s al0s0 tack room. Asll this ne6 acres
Chiploy or Marianna. MLS #: 08-610
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*1stin JacksonCo.Certiful Energy Slar Home*2743sq ft
*Additionalacreageavaiklik!*4bedrooms&3baths*CentralVacuum
System *TanklessGasWaterheater*GranileCountertops*#08429
_ 4862 Dogan d Dr.

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*1350 +/- sq.ft.* 3 bedrooms & 1.5 baths 1 20 +/- acre lot
.fence back yard Owner financing availab e* #08 742



3060 Hunter Fish
Camp Road


NE Carpe an kitchen a li hi ur s & more!
Kitchen with breakfast bar* Master with loft area* #08-627
6665 Bradley Rd.,


4,,,. ,,,,, 3, , ,, ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, -,,-, ,,,, ,a,
YOUR HORSES*3 or 4 bedrooms & 3 baths *50 pecan trees
Howell Termite Bond #07-2879
68111
WelcolleChilicilRd.,


*4 bedrooms & 2 baths* Seller will pay ALL of Buyers closing costs
101acres HIGH & DRY and mostly cleared Home warranty #07-1783
4671
Mealloales Rd ,
Mariana


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4715
. Sheffield Dr ,
Marianna

676 SQ ft home bedroomss & 2 baths* LARGE outbuilding/shop
*0akcabinetsinkitchen*2cargarage *#07-3034

521GrMarcusdDr.

1107 +/ sq ft 3 bedrooms & 2 baths Fenced back yard ,
*Vinylsiding*#07-2501
2683



*2247sqitheme*NEWingroundsalpooi*3dbedrooms&3baths
*2cranached&2cardebchedgaragew/oice*Menwkvgranleike
I mundops&cudomCands*Famlyroomw&rephn*#08510



*23+/-acresadjacentto7952ac.AppalacheeWildPark
1 5 miles to Lake Seminole lots of wildlife 08-842


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A bREAoGE INeryTpTat eUNTR h lwhbof@ atej
in the area. Home with 3 bedrooms, like new side-by- of amenities. Pole barn, double car ort w/shop,
side refrigerator/freezer, stove, .washer/dryer and new covered patio, screened porch. .. On y $88,900 Can
front porch. All on approximately 1.56 acres be bou ht with additional acrea e.
MLSOS-233 $55,000

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537415fH STREET MALONE 2-story older home
has been totally restored. 12' ceilings in most rooms.
BIG PRICE REDUCTION!! Very nice doublewide Upstairs site is pellect for kids or guests. Deep lot
mobile home with 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, extra nice with detached storage and sheds. $225,900
kitchen, corner fireplace in den, covered front porch
and a one car carport. Great country location.
MLS 08-201 $38,500




,- 7811 GAIL DRIVE on Lake Seminole!! A won-
derful cabin with massive screen porch. Enjoy
08ttire and the lake! $110,000
GREAT RENTAL INVESTMENT PROPERTY!!
Ce er IMrgewith 2 bedroomswi ca i eladlolvater
kitchen cabinets, newer counter tops and ceiling fans
throughout. MLS 07-2728 $65,000


2671 Obert Rd, Cottondale Affordable home
newly remodeled on 2.5 acres with small fish
1 pOnd, It's a "Must See!"
ONLY $63,900,


WELL MAINTAINED HOME AND YARD located
in picturesque setting, just minutes from Marianna and
Doo eanuAL. G1att laaceotromtart if u're a first time
MLS 08-410 $75,000

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well built and energy efficient! Call us! $289,900





CLEAN HOME located in quiet subdivision close to
Interstate 10 add town of Grand Ridge. Mobile home
dr ( ,snoTf cetrso i 1 s, r OLD COTTONDALE RD. 3 bedroom brick home
n (biad tr ar o withdt chee 0 e build- On 2+acres just East of Penn Ave. Lot begins at
enrOC r of Ed infield Street. $155 ooo


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NESTLED on private and secluded landscaped 3.64
acres in Falling Waters Park/GolfCourse area. Home
features stone fireplace in living room with cathedral
ceiling, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, front porch, screened
back porch and two car garage. MLS 08-811 $189,900


LOIS Of UpgraGCS in MIS COZy 5BK 00010. 1110
kitchen cabinets & stainless steel appliance
Near Riverside School & downtown Mariann
Good investment first time buyer
retiree. #R2930. $






an
North Oaks Spacious brick 3/2 home w/garage
screened orch. Large formal living room and dinin
room. AI BRs have walk-in closets. Large mast
bedroom has separate entrance, could be mother-
Iaw suite. Landscaped I acre lot. #08-541. $175,00

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yard, heat pump, pecan trees, fig trees,3 outside bu~ild-


WATERFRONT! 6.4 ACRES. 300 feet on water!
Beautilist private Springfed Lake- in Jackson County!
Deed Restricted! Well & Septic tank, Power. Ready for
you to build your new home! Come swim & fish or just
eniov the view! All for $199.000! MLS #: 08-292


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BELOW RECENT APPRAISAL! Nice 14x70 2
bedroom12 bath mobil om on 3/4 ac nsi e Y

Immaculate! Large back covered pationApprx 6
miles out of Marianna. All this for $52,500! MLS #:
08-807


LOCATION! 99 Acres right on Highway 231. High
visibility & High traffic count yeal- round. County
sewer & City water available. Excellent development
with city of Cottondale. Possible city annexation.
$1,584,000. MLS #: 06-3289






EXCELLENT LOCATION! Great Visibility and
ni away wantage comes was this commerce'
inglitiooo se was com, are eno***"'
Cottendale! $20,000 MLS #08-912


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