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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: July 13, 2008
Copyright Date: 2009
Frequency: daily (except saturday and monday)[<1979-1995>]
weekly[ former 1934-<1955>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Marianna (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jackson County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States of America -- Florida -- Jackson -- Marianna
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
General Note: "Independent."
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028304
Volume ID: VID00039
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: ltuf - ACA5476
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Preceded by: Times-courier (Marianna, Fla. : 1947)
Preceded by: Marianna Floridan

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A MEDIA GENERAL NEWSPAPER


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BY KATE McCARDELL KERN
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
For the individual student, taking a
grade from a C to an A isn't usually
a simple task.
Multiply that student by a -more
than a couple hundred and the task of
getting an entire high school's grade
from a C to an A may seem daunting.
It was impossible, Sneads High
School Principal Lawrence Pender
was told by some, but % ith a lot of
work, that goal was achieved. ,
Now, the state will send the school
recognition money,; a portion of it to
go toward faculty and staff bonuses
and the rest for the school to use to
purchase additional things for the
FCAT, said Pender.
"But the recognition for me'came
when this little girl came up to me
and said 'Mr. Pender, we're an A
school.' And her face just beamed,"
he said.
He said teachers and staff were
equally proud, sonie coming to the
school laughing, yelling or crying,
with joy.
"When Danny Sims 'told me we
made an A, I was driving a had to
pull over because I was in tears," said
Pender.
"It took everybody," said Pender.
"The faculty, the staff, the students
the parents, even the lady, making,


BY PEGGY USERY
AUSSERY@DOTHANEAGLE.COM
APALACHICOLA The Venezellos is not
used for fishing anymore. It sits along a downtown
street, pulled out of the water long ago. Old, rust-
ed and generally beat up, it would be an eyesore
anywhere else.
Not in Apalachicola. Instead, it's one of the most
photographed sights in the fishing hamlet.
Combine the charm of funky art boutiques, his-
toric inns and antique stores with the rough cal-
louses on an oysterman's palms and you've got
Apalachicola. The Florida town has evolved into a
bustling tourist spot while never losing the identi-
ty that makes it home to 3,000 people.
"It'p different; it's authentic; it's historic," said
Anita Grove, executive director of the
Apalachicola Bay Chamber of Commerce. She
came to the town 11 years ago.
About a one-and-a-half hour drive from
Marianna, the commercial fishing industry is still
the backbone of the town's economy. But the cost
of diesel fuel, the saturation of cheaper foreign
seafood and a three-state water war has put a lot of
pressure on the fishermen whose boats line the
marinas on the Apalachicola Bay.
' The chamber's focus in the future will be to push
Apalachicola's seafood for its quality and taste -
a value-driven product that stands out among its
competitors. They're building a brand.


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Chamber's incubator could help new business


BY KATE McCARDELL KERN
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
With' grants from USDA Rural Development,
the Jackson County Chamber of Commerce will
give budding businesses a helping hand by way of
an incubator building.
"We've got a grant for capital expenses to con-
vert an existing residential house into a commer-
cial office," said Chamber President and CEO Art
Kimbrough. "It will help an emerging business by
providing an affordable office setting, which will
give that business a chance to grow."
A white house next to the Russ House on Russ
Street will be the site for the. business incubator,
said Kimbrough.
With the $120,000 grant, the house will be fitted
with technological infrastructure. Bedrooms will
be converted into offices and the kitchen will be
turned into a staff break room, said Kimbrough.
The project, he said, is currently in its planning
phase.
Once the building is ready to be occupied, it
would be rented out at a below market price to help
get the selected business started, with rates set to
slowly increase, as the business grows and eventu-
ally moves to another location, sai4dKimbrough.
The location would be ideal for a non-retail,
non-industrial, office type emerging business, 'he
said.
Criteria for candidates will be announced fur-


This home next to the Russ House will be converted into a business incubator for emerging local busi-
nesses,. Mark Skinner./ Floridan


their in the project, but Kimbrough did specify that
the incubator project would focus, on busines-es-
earning less than $1 million per year.'
He said the business should also show potential


to grow and create new jobs for the community.
"We'll provide ample notice when it's time to
See INCUBATOR, Page 7A >


Sheriff's

officers,

staff going

on new

schedules
By DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
The high cost of fuel has led to
some significant schedule changes
at the Jackson County Sheriff's
Office which will become effec-
tive tomorrow.
Deputies are going from eight-
hour five-day shifts. to longer
shifts and fewer days per week in
an effort to save the cost of daily
travel from headquarters in
Marianna to their assigned spots
in one of the state's geographical-
ly largest county.
With many of his 27 road
deputies assigned to places like
Graceville, Sneads, Alford and
other areas far from Marianna,
McDaniel said he hopes the sav-
ings will be significant.
And there are other changes in
store, as well.
He's putting his duty officers
back on the road patrolling near
headquarters, rather than station-
Sing them in the building to wait

See NEWj Page 7A >


Railroad

work to close

section of

Pennsylvania

Avenue in

Marianna
SFLORIDA DEPARTMENT
OF TRANSPORTATION
Beginning Monday, July 14,
and continuing for approximately
four days, a section of State Road
276 (SR 276) Petmsylvania
Avenue will be closed to through
traffic.
The Florida Department of
Transportation (FDOT) in con-
junction with the CSX Rail Road
plans to replace the existing track
and crossing with a new state-of-
the-art concrete crossing and new
crossing gates. To complete this
work, Pennsylvania Avenue will
be closed to through traffic at the
rail road crossing.
A detour route using US 90 (SR
10), SR 73 south and South Street
has been established for through
vehicles. The suggested route for
commercial vehicles is Interstate
10 (1-10), US 231, US 90 and SR
71 south. This work will improve
safety at the crossing for vehicular
and pedestrian traffic.
Motorists are reminded to use
caution while traveling through
the construction zone. Speeding
violations double in construction
zones when workers are present.
Lane closure on US 90
between Marianna and
Grand Ridge next week
FDOT
Daytime lane closures will
occur on US 90 in Jackson County
Monday, July 14,- through
Thursday, July 17, from 6 a.m.
until 6 p.m.
Traffic will be restricted in one
direction while workers from
Anderson Columbia pave the
roadway between Grand Ridge
and Indian Springs Road.
Motorists are reminded to use
caution while traveling through
the area and obey the posted speed
limits.
Speeding violations double
when workers are present.


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Sneads High School went from a C to an A school after this school year's FCAT scores. Floridan File Photo


sandwiches in the cafeteria: We all
did what we had to do, and it worked.
It was a humongous group effort."
What they had to do in the 2007-


2008 school year, said Pender, was
make the FCAT a team effort.
He said his faculty and staff were
major contributors to the success.


"Oh, we utilized every trick in the
book. We learned something new
See SNEADS, Page 7A >


Sailboats line a street during a boat show in Apalachicola. Mark Skinner / Floridan


"We have an unspoiled bay," Grove said. ...
Every decision that has come before Franklin
County in the last 60 years has been with the bay
in mind." I


Dating back to the early 1800s. Apalachicola's
economy wasn't always rooted in the bay. Cotton
See APALACHICOLA, Page 7A >


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Sneads High makes the grade

Principal shares the school's formula for successful FCAT scores


Apalachicola mixes rugged fishing village

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2A7 Sunday, July 13, 2008 Jackson County Floridan


Weather Outlook

Tlod y It will be a warm day with a
TodUU y cince of afternoon, thun-
derstorms developing. -
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High 920
7 Low 740


i Tomorrow Afternoon thunder-
storms are possible.
SA: High 900
r .Low.-.72o


i Tuesday I will be a partly
y cloudy, hot day.
High 940 There are minimal
rain chances in the
Low 72 afternoon..


Wednesday Partly cloudy and
hot. A slight chance
-. Hiegh- 930 of an afternoon
Hg -93 shower or storm.
Low 730


Thursday It will be another
S' partly cloudy day
High 910 with slight, afternoon
rain chances. .
Low 720


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POLICE ROUNDUP
MARIANNA POLICE one trespassing, one unse-
The Marianna Police cured building / door / win-
Department listed the follow- dow, two VIN verification and
ing incidents for July three warrant arrest /
11,.the latest available prisoner in custody.
report: One traffic -.l :
accident, one aban- -Z T- JACKSON COUNTY
done vehicle, one ,RI ME CORRECTIONAL
reckless driver, three -- FACILITY.
suspicious persons, The following per-
one mentally ill person, one sons were booked into the
burglary of residence, one county jail during the latest
burglary of vehicle, four dis- reporting periods:
turbance, one brush fire, five Anthony Neel, 35, 1825
burglary alarm, four larceny, Ham Pond Rd., Sneads,
one vandalism /.criminal mis- breach of .peace, resisting
chief, one loud noise / distur- arrest without violence.
bance, two assisting another Robert Drummond, 31,
agency, four. public service, 2324 Dilmore Rd.,
one patrol request, one ogen Cottondale, sentenced to 180
door / window, seven traffic days.
stop and one disabled vehicle. Wayne Files, 47, 4848
Plymouth St., Jacksonville,
JACKSON COUNTY hold for Duval County. .
SHERIFF'S OFFICE Feliciano Aruizu, 22,,
The Jackson County 1969 Church St., Cypress, no
sheriff's Office listed the fol- valid driver license.
lowing incidents for July 11, Jennifer Porter, 25, 4455
the latestt available report: Decatur St.; Marianna, driving
Three, abandoned vehicle, while license
three alarm, one animal com- suspended/revoked (two
plaint, two assist another counts).
agency, one child abuse, two Angela Commander, 37,
civil dispute, one 3070 Carters Mill Rd.,
CrimeStoppers, one distur- Marianna, possession of drug
bance, one drunk pedestrian, paraphernalia.
one found property, two
harassment, one information JAIL POPULATION: 198
report, two. juvenile report,
two larceny, one shooting in To report a crime, call
area, one stolen vehicle, two CrimeStoppers at 526-5000.
suspicious incident / person / To report a wildlife viola-
vehicle, one traffic, accident, tion, call 1-888-404-FWCC
.15 traffic stop, one transport, (3922).


SGetting It Right!

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


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COMMUNITY CALENDAR


July 14 Monday
S The Cottondale City
Commission's regular monthly meet-
ing i? at 6 p.m., in the commission
room. Call'352-4361.
.The Jackson County Public.
LibrarN's Summer Reading Program
continues to make its way around
"The Whole Wide World," reading to
Antarctica July 14-17. For location,'
age and schedule. details, and to
reserve a space. call the library at 482-
9631. .
Chipola College Early
-Registration for Fall classes for cur-
rendh enrolled students is July 14-15,
8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Call 718-2211.
Alcoholics Anonymous has an
open meeting each Monday, from 8 to
9 p.m., at the First United Methodist
Church, .2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna, Use rear church entrance.
The Southeastern Community,
Blood Center's mobile unit will be
taking blood donations at Superior
. Bank in Blountstown, from 10 a.m. to
12- p.m.; and at Ogelsby Plants in
Altha, from 1 to 4 p.m. Call 526-4403.
The Jackson County Democratic
Committee meets at 6 p.m., in the
Jackson County Board of
Commissioners offices. Call 482-
5943 or 482-4220.

July 15 Tuesday
Chipola College Early'
Registration for Pall classes for cur-
rently enrolled students is July 14-15,
8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Call 718-2211.
Emerald Coast Hospice's
Bereavement Luncheon begins at 11
a.m., at 4374 Lafayette St., Marianna.
"Meet-n-Eat" with the hospice staff,
and with others who have had recent
significant loss. Reservations
required; call 526-3'577.
Alcoholics Anonymous has an,
open meeting each Tuesday, from 8 to


9 p.m., at the First United Methodist.
Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna. Use rear. church entrance.
St. Anne Thrift Shop', 4287*'
Second Ave.;,. Marianna, Will have a'
special sale, many items half off, July.
15 and'July 17.
The Southea-stern mCommunity
Blood Center's mobile unit will be.
taking blood donations at' West
Florida Electric in Bonifay,-. 7 to 9
a.m.; and at Bonifay Nursing Home,,
from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Call, 526-4403.
Life Management Center offers
free foster care/adoption training to
interested individuals and couples, at
6 p.m., at 4403 Jackson St., Marianna.
Call 482-7441, ext. 8408.
The Jackson County School
Board's regular meeting is at 4 p.m.,
in the board room of the JCSB offices.
Call 482-1200.

July 16- Wednesday
Alcoholics Anonymous has an.
open meeting each Wednesday, noon
to 1 p.m., at the First United
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia
St., Marianna. Use. rear church
entrance.

July 17 Thursday
Alcoholics Anonymous meets
each Thursday for a "closed discus-
sion," 8 to 9 p.m., at the First United
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia
St., Marianna. Use rear church
entrance. Attendance is limited to per-
sons with a desire to stop drinking..
St. Anne Thrift Shop, 4287
Second Ave., Marianna, will have a
special sale, many items half off, July
15 and July 17.
The Southeastern Community'
Blood Center's mobile unit. will be
taking blood donations at the
Graceville Prison, from 9 a.m. to 2
p.m. Call 526-4403.


July 18 Friday
Alcoholics Anonymous has an
open meeting each Friday, 8 to 9
p.m., at the First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna. Use rear church entrance.
The Southeastern Community
Blood- Center's mobile unit will be
taking blood donations at the Wal-
Mart in Chipley, from 10 a.m. to 3
p.m. Call 526-4403.

July 19 Saturday
Tyndall Federal's Marianna Branch
Grand Opening Celebration is from 9
a.m. to 1 p.m., at 4926 Westside Plaza,
next to the Wal-Mart Supercenter in
Marianna. There will be a grand prize
drawing for Atlanta Braves tickets for
four (includes $100 gift card and one-
night stay at the Westin Peachtree
Plaza), baseball game, moonwalk, Ty
the Tyndall Turtle, giveaways and
refreshments. Jackson County
Chamber of Commerce Ribbon-
Cutting Ceremony is at 9 a.m.
The Jackson County Farmers'
Market is open Tuesdays, Thursdays
and Saturdays, from 6:30 a.m. until all
fresh produce is sold out. This state
certified farmers' market accepts the
FMNP/WIC and Elder Affairs
coupons.
Jackson Citizen Corps CERT
Council and Jackson County Emergency
Management Agency's free Basic CERT
training will be offered July 12 and July
19, from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. each day,
at the Jackson County Emergency
Operations Center. The free training
aims to help citizens with hurricane
preparation and readiness, and promote
a partnering effort between emergency
services and the people they serve. Pre-
registration by 4 p.m., July 9, is required.
Call (850) 272-7383; e-mail
OfficeManagement @ emergencyman-
ager.org.


The submission deadline for this calendar is two days before publication. Submit to: Community Calendar, Jackson County Floridan, P 0.
Box 520, Marianna, FL 32447, e-mail editorial@jcfloridan.com, fax (850) 482-4478 or bring items to 4403 Constitution Lane in Marianna.


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E-mail: editorial@jcfloridan.com
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 520
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Street Address: 4403 Constitution Lane
Marianna, FL 32447
Office Hours: Weekdays, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
CIRCULATION
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per no later than 6 a.m. If you do not receive your newspa-
per, call the Floridan circulation department between 7 a.m.
and 5 p.m. weekdays, and 7 a.m. and 11a.m. Sunday.
Subscription Rates: Home delivery: one month $11.23; three
months, $32.83;.six months $62.05; one year, $123.45. All
prices include applicable state and local taxes. Mail sub-
scriptions are payable in advance. By mail, three months,
$46.12, six months, $92.24, one year, $184.47.


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damages arising out of errors and advertisements beyond the
amount paid for the space actually occupied by that portion of
the advertisements in which the error occurred, whether such
error is due to the negligence of the publisher's employees or
otherwise, and there shall be not liability for non-insertion of
any advertisement beyond the amount paid for such advertise-
ment. This newspaper will not knowingly accept or publish
illegal material of any kind. Advertising which expresses
preference based on legally protected personal characteris-
tics is not acceptable.
LETTERS POLICY
The Jackson County Floridan welcomes the opinions of our
readers on any public issue. All letters must bear the
writer's signature and be printed or typed with name, full
address and telephone number for verification purposes.
Only the writer's name and city will be published. The
Floridan reserves the right to edit or not publish any letter.


HOW TO GET YOUR NEWS PUBLISHED
The Jackson County Floridan will publish news of general inter-
est free of charge. Submit your news or Community Calendar
events via e-mail, editorial@jcfloridan.com;' fax, (850) 482-
4478; mail, Editorial Department, P.O. Box 520, Marianna, FL
32446; or hand delivery, 4403 Constitution Lane, Marianna.
Fees may apply for wedding,. engagement, anniversary and
birth announcements. Forms are available at the Floridan
offices. Photographs must be of good quality and suitable for
print. The Floridan reserves the right to edit all submissions.
PUBLICATION DAYS
The Jackson County Floridan (USPS 271-840) is published
Tuesday through Friday and Sunday mornings. Periodical
postage paid at Marianna, Fla.


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Apalachicola Low 8:45 PM .High 11:05 AM
Port St. Joe Low 6:20 PM High 7:05 AM
Destin Low 8:30 PM High 7:00 AM
.Pensacola Low -7:10 PM High 7:30 AM
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everyday by talking to other principals, to work with what we needed for test- this. I asked them to step up to the to him on the day of the:.test. We
who were helpful in sharing advice, ing," said Pender. plate and they hit a home run. They offered a cash reward to get them back
Our teachers took a lot away from in- Coaches and agriculture teachers were a little stressed at first, but they so that he'd have a better chance at
service programs and shared them also did their part, he said. got used to the idea and knew that getting good scores. Every student at
with everybody. We asked questions "All of the staff was so important in everyone supported them," said that school:is important. Most kids are
everywhere we went," said Pender. this, from the custodian to the lunch- Pender. used to the higher level students get-
"Our assistant principal -Faye room lady, because they took care of Pender said the school used a large ting all the awards. We went and told
Parker, our secretary Paula the daily functions of school so well variety,of tactics to encourage kids to, those kids that every child. at the
McClamma. I was visiting classes so thatithe rest ofus could take care of do their best at the test. school who made any sort df gain
everyday, so Paula would be up at, the what needed to be done for testing," "I asked the kids what their favorite would get the same award as other stu-
office practically running the show for said Pender. Even the school resource food was and told them to make sure dents. So, I'm going to have to raise a
us," said Pender. officer, said Pender, helped make the that someone cooked them that meal lot of money this fall to make sure
Short a math teacher, the staff A happen. after they took the test as a reward for that they get it, but it's definitely worth
arranged for other math teachers to "Jason Lipford, the students just .working hard," said Pender. it" said Pender.
sub in that math class for at least one respond to him well and he helped me He said every student got a bottle of He said the school also encouraged
period each day. maintain order so that the classes were Smart Water on each day of the test. students to take the ACT prior to tak-
"We needed to make sure the kids places the kids could come and learn "It's just water that's got elec- ing the FCAT.
got the teaching they needed," said without distraction," said Pender. trolytes in it, but if the thought of that "The kids can use that test to-gradu-
Pender. He said the county school district Smart Water-had positive effect on at ate with if they fail the FCAT and
SHS scored the secofid-highest in office was always just a phone .call least some students, that was a plus for we've found that once a kid takes the
science on the FCAT. away for help. us. Also, we'd give the kids candy, ACT, they get over that FCAT anxiety.
"The science teachers obviously did "I appreciate Danny Sims for giving quotes of the day; anything to uplift Every child at the school graduated
an excellent job," said Pender. "Also me the opportunity to be a part of this them, ease any stress and get them in this year with either FCAT scores or
our interim reading teacher Connie team here at Sneads. Larry Moore was the right mindset," said Pender. ACT scores. We had no certificates of
Brisolara was a huge help. She went always just a phone call away," said Guidance counselors and parents completion," said Pender.
into classrooms with me everyday and Pender. were also key, said Pender. "Everybody has heard the phrase
gave teachers the support they needed. He said the community was equally He said it was important to get the 'Teach to the test,' and some don't
Our reading coach Holly Fears was supportive. conditions as stress-free as possible agree with that. But, look: To be a
phenomenal. Kathleen Polluck was Two churches, he said, lent their fel- for students. lawyer, you have to pass the Bar; to be
super." lowship halls as places for students to "As far as the school's concerned, if a driver, you have to, pass a driver's
He said he also appreciated the hard retake the test. kids are having a bad day, from test and so on. Florida Department of
work put forth by 9th and 10th grade "Anything we asked of from any- divorce to the death of a family pet, we Education says this is what kids need
English teachers Rihanna Dowling body, they gave it. It was true sup- have to help so that their mind can be to know to make it to the next grade.
and Karen Hall. port," said Pender. present in class. For instant, we had a People don't need to be afraid of the
"Our librarian even redid the library "Most importantly, the students did boy lose two rings that were important FCAT," said Pender.


Apalachicola Continued From Page 1A


trade gave way to lumber, which in
turn gave way to natural bay sponges
and seafood. The community became
known for its oysters, shrimp, crabs
and fish.
But as far as tourists, Apalachicola
was an after-thought for visitors to
nearby St. George Island. Many of its
historic buildings were shuttered and
unoccupied. But renovations of his-
toric buildings began in the 1980s and
picked up momentum over the years.
The most noticeable might be The
Gibson Inn, a Victorian-style bed and
breakfast built in 1907 in the heart of
town under the shadow of the long
bridge that spans the bay on U.S. 98.
Bill Spohrer came to Apalachicola
as an outsider more than 25 years ago,
buying the historic Coombs House and
other properties. Spohrer and his wife,
interior designer Lynn Wilson, traveled
back and forth from their primary
home in Miami. They began renovat-
ing. .
"Not a single old home had been
renovated," Spohrer said. "Nobody
was enthusiastic about restoration"
When paper giant St. Joe Company
started to develop its timber land in
northwest Florida, locals became sus-
picious and anti-development. The
attitude softened as they realized that


to keep their community, they had to
take control of what became of their
town.
Many of the shops and restaurants in
Apalachicola are locally-owned, and
some whole neighborhoods have resis-
ted the urge to sell their properties to
outsiders looking to invest, according
to Grove with the chamber. But there,
are those who have not been able to
turn ,away .from the high-dollar they
can get for a historic home, even
though they knqw they'll never get it
back, Grove said.
It's the downside of being discov-
ered by the outside world. .
Spohrer and his wife moved to
Apalachicola full-time a year ago, and
Spohrer is now president, of the
Apalachicola Area Historical Society.
They run the Coombs House Inn. He's
become an old hand at giving tours to
reporters and writers seeking a story
about the town.
"I think the town has changed in a
nice way," Spohrer said. "We've got
trees everywhere and buildings have
been renovated."
And there's a lot of history in
Apalachicola.
At least 200 homes and buildings
were built in the 19th Century and
another 100 built between 1900 and


1910. Historic houses have been.trans-
formed into inns, museurns and, of
course, homes. Even the police station
is in a historic building.
Several museums depict the furnish-
-ings and lifestyle of an age gone by -
the Raney House Museum, the
Apalachicola Maritime Museum, the
Orman House. Then there's the John
Gorrie Museum State Park. A physi-
cian, Gorrie tended to patients with
yellow fever and developed a machine
that produced ice in order to keep his
patients' rooms cool. While he' died
before he could market his invention,
he set the stage for modern refrigera-
tion and air conditioning. The museum
is dedicated to Gorrie, who served as
mayor, postmaster and city treasurer
during his residence.
A pedestrian-friendly historic com-
mercial district is thriving with seafood
restaurants, shops, antique stores and
art galleries. Even the old Sponge
Exchange is selling natural
Apalachicola sponges again.
Worn by nature,. even the fishing
vessels at the marinas look historic.
Apalachicola has been written up in
magazines and was named one of the
,2008 Dozen Distinctive Destinations
by the National Trust for Historic
Preservation. I


But there's more than history. A new
Vietnam veterans' monument will be
unveiled later this month. The
Apalachicola Nature Center displays
;fish found in local waters and features
a walking trail through an estuary.
Sailing tours, river tours, fishing char-
ters are also available. Canoes and
kayaks can be rented. Beaches are just
a short drive away on the barrier
islands that protect Apalachicola.
Then there's food. There are several
restaurants in the center of town -
Apalachicola Seafood Grill, Boss
Oyster, The Owl Cafe and Tamara's
Cafe Floridita. By Spohrer's account,
one would have to search hard for a
local restaurant that isn't good.
Apalachicola is a self-entertaining
place; visitors have to seek out its
treasures. Apalachicola is not for
everybody nor does it want to be.
Grove recognizes them as soon as they
walk in her door at the chamber. They
have the same body language. Hands.
on their hips, they want to know what
there is to do in this town: They might
as well go to Panama City.
"They don't get it," she said.

-Peggy Ussery is a reporter for the
Dothan Eagle.


Incubator
Continued From Page 1A
select a business," said
Kimbrough.
Ample parking is also -on
the way for the project. '
USDA Rural Development
also awarded the Chamber a
$162,576 grant to create a 22
to" 25-space parking lot
between the incubator build-
ing and the Russ House.
"The parking lot really adds
to the package, for the Russ
House, the incubator and also,
for other business in the area
of that intersection. You've got
McDaniel Associates, as well
as- two buildings currently for
sale that owners intend to
make an office type environ-
ment. So the extra parking
will benefit many people,"
said Kimbrough.


New
Continued From Page 1A
for walk-in complaints or
other unscheduled visits from
the public. Instead, those
wishing to file. a non-emer-
gency case report will have to
call the communications cen-
ter at 482-9648 to set up a
time to meet the officer.
Dispatchers, at the same
number, will continue to
answer all calls and the
department will be operating
24-7, he emphasized.
However, most of the office
staff will be off on Fridays so
the department can save
money on power bills. The
building's air-conditioning
will be either turned off in
unoccupied areas or set to
power-saving levels- when
staff is not on duty, McDaniel
said.
Beginning Monday, July 14,
the office hours for, the
Sheriff's Office will be
7:30am until 5:30pm Monday-
Thursday each week.
The administrative office
and investigations will be
closed on Fridays and week-
ends. The investigations divi-
sion will have an on-call offi-
cer each week after hours and
the days the office is closed.
McDaniel said the depart-
ment is $35,000 in the hole on
budgeted fuel costs and has
been forced to shift .money
from other places to keep
deputies on the road.
"It's showing a danger sig-
nal if we don't do something
immediately," he said in talk-
ing of the schedule changes.
He said his officers will also
encourage officers to try to
handle some low-level non-
emergency matters on the
phone rather than automatical-
ly making a courtesy call at
the home of the caller if the
issue can be handled just as
easily with some phone com-
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SUNDAY


-Top, left: Visitors to the late Millicent Coulliette Flemming home are reflected in a mirror before the estate sale
Saturday.
Top, right: People wait for the Chipola Historical Trust's estate'sale to begin Saturday..
Left: Jimmy Jenkins looks over a painting before the estate sale Saturday.
Below: Jan Arthur looks for bids during the Chipola Historical Trusts estate sale fundraiser Saturday.
Photos by Mark Skinner/ Floridan.


Malone FFA is


Special to the Floridan
Malone FFA is planning for its
national convention, and recently
took on a labor-intensive and unusu-
al project to raise money for the trip.
In recent state competition,
Malone FFA's horse judging team
won its way to a spot in the FFA's
national competition in that event.
The team needs almost $5,000 to
travel to Indianapolis, Indiana and
seek a national award.
At the first of July, the team had its
very first "Jam Day." On July 1, sev-
eral members met at the home of
advisor Kim Barber to make straw-
berry jam for sale.


The plan started back in April
when the team was overwhelmed
with strawberries from a traditional
annual sale of the fruit. They put the
leftover berries in the freezer for use
at a later date, and the jam project
was soon in th e planning stages.
In attendance at the "jam" session
were Harrel Anderson, Candy
Lipford, Joey Godwin, Katelyn
Cross, Angela Cross, Niki Ferguson,
Shawna Ferguson, Sara Newsom,
Cailyn Haight, Lawson Mozley,
Daniel Jackson, and Liz Jackson.
This team spent 12 hours making a
little over 260 pints of strawberry
jam.
After figuring costs and adding


lammin'

labels, a couple of team members
took the jam and set up shop in front
of the Greenwood Supermarket to
raise money.
In three days time, they'd raised
over $900 to help with the $2,000
that will needed by August for
deposits on the rooms and other
expenses for National
Convention/Competition. The team
has almost sold out of its initial 260-
jar inventory.
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Cole Reagan Landon Lay


Reagan is 2. years old Lay celebrates 3 years


Jenna Skipper


Skipper celebrates 1st


Jenna Layne Skipper turned
1 on June 29, 2008. She is the
daughter of Jamie and Jennifer
Skipper.
She celebrated her first
birthday with a pool party
with family and friends, at the
home of her grandparents in


Quincy.
Cake and ice cream were
served.
Grandparents are Rainey
and Judith Parramore of
Quincy; and Robert and
Sharon Skipper of Marianna.


Cole Reagan of Grand
Ridge celebrated his second
birthday on April 26, 2008.
He is the son of Kit and
Sarah Reagan of Grand Ridge.
Grandparents are Stan and
Becky Brooks of Grand Ridge;


Royce and Jackie Reagan of
Marianna; and June Corbitt of
Marianna.
A "Thomas the Train" party
was held April 26, at Papa and
Jay-Jay's house.


William "Landon" Lay of
Cypress celebrated his third
birthday on July 7, 2008.
He is the son of Candace
Alday and William Lay of
Cypress. ,
Grandparents are Michele
Perkins of Bascom; David
Alday of Cypress; and Sandra
Williams and Robert Cloud of
Sneads.


Landon celebrated with a
party on July 5, from 11 a.m.
to 1 p.m., at Wynn Street Park
in Marianna. The theme was
"Cars."
Guest were served mini-
subs, chips, cake and soda.
Landon also enjoyed cup-
cakes on his birthday, with
his daycare class at Kiddie
Campus in Marianna.


Emma Reagan


D.J. Perry


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Emma Reagan of Grand
Ridge celebrated her fourth
birthday on March 22, 2008.
She is the daughter of Kit
Reagan and Sarah Reagan of,
Grand Ridge.
Grandparents are Stan and
Becky Brooks of Grand


Ridge; Royce and Jackie
Reagan of Marianna; and June
Corbitt of Marianna.
A "Wizard of Oz" party,
complete with a yellow brick
road entrance, was held at the
Brooks' home on March 22.


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10 on. July 6, 2008, and cele-
brated with a party on
Saturday, July 5. Family and
friends shared pizza, hot
wings and cake.
D.J. is the son of Carrie
Mann of Graceville; and
Darren Perry of Greenwood.


Hood and Darieon Perry of
Graceville.
His grandparents are
Georgia Perry of Greenwood;
Lewis Perry Sr., of St.
Augustine; Cheryl Browning
of Graceville; and Sebron
Baxter of Chipley.


The positives of possessing a pet


Having a pet has become
more popular than ever lately.
Whether they are young or
old, people seem to be enjoy-
ing their pets. If you were born
and raised in one of our big
cities, you know owning a pet
is not always possible. The
crowded conditions and heavy
traffic can cause serious con-
ditions for pets'.
When my family moved to
the suburbs of my hometown,
I had my first (and only)
opportunity as a child to expe-
rience having a pet. It turned
into a strange situation! Our
dogs name was "Happy", but
he was the extreme opposite of
his name.
His pleasure seemed 'to
come at the expense of
whomever he" could bite, or at


least scare. Our extended fam-
ily would even call before
coming to visit to inquire
about the location of "Happy"
around our home. Feeding
him was quite an adventure for
me and my brothers.
After leaving home, my pets
have consisted of fish in a
tarnk.
Since moving to this part of
the country, I have met people
that own pets of all sizes and
varieties. I have learned not to
be surprised when people have
pets such as; horses, cows,
snakes, alligators, ferrets,
monkeys, rats, hogs or pheas-
ants, as well as. dogs and cats.
I have noticed that many
folks who live in the rural or
city areas of our country show
a lot of love toward their pets.,


One of my biggest concerns is
that some people treat their
pets better than they treat their
own family members or
friends. In some cases pets
live better lives than many
human beings, and are consid-
ered to be a vital part of many
families.

Pets have been very impor-
tant in giving some of our cit-
izens a sense of comfort, and a
feeling: of being safe. The loy-
alty that is oftei received from
a pet is not always easy to find
from our own families and
friends. The saying "a dog is a
man's best friend", has been a
true statement in many
instances.
With the price of living
becoming higher each year,


everyone may not be able to
take care of a pet in the proper
manner. If you are unable to
do so, it's a good idea to give
or sell that pet to someone
who knows how to take prop-
er care of animals.
When we were able to pur-
chase property in this part of
the country, we were told that
the first thing we needed when
we moved on the land was a
truck. Since living in this area
for a while, we realize that
when we're on our land we
will need a few pets that are
properly trained: What for?
First of all, being that I was
raised in a big city with a lim-
ited amount of animals
around, we will definitely
need pets to help protect us
from the many animals (some


I had not seen before moving
to this part of the country) that
come with the territory.
When 1 read a book that
showed the variety of snakes
in this area, it was a rude
awakening. J have learned that
if you remember to be aware
of your surroundings, and
respect those surroundings by
making adjustments, things
will work out fine. The beauty
of this area makes it well
worth those adjustments.
Since the events of 911 we
have been living in an era
where the pressures and fears
of life seem to be growing. If
you are not careful these .days,
depression can be your best
friend. Perhaps a good way to
get a boost in life is to get a pet
to hang out with. If you are


Thomas Vincent
Murphy

interested in obtaining a pet,
there are some qtialified, pro-
fessional organizations (such
as "Partners for Pets") that can
help you in the process.
For many of our citizens the
companionship of a pet is one
of the great pleasures of life.


German shepherd leads woman to independence


BY CARLA LEE
MEDIA GENERAL NEWS.SERVICE

There was a time not so
long ago that Charlotte Legare
would have been at home,
feeling lonely and disconnect-
ed from the outside world, but
all that changed when Tobias
entered her life.
After losing most of her
vision to optic nerve drusen,
the 41-year-old Dothan resi-
dent spent the three years feel-
ing depressed and helpless.
But she eventually realized
that in order to really live, she
needed to change her attitude,
not her'vision.
"I was tired of being sad all
the time and focusing on what
I couldn't do I didn't want
to live like that," she said. "I
had to really do some soul
searching. I still have days
when I feel frustrated, but
Tobias has made a huge, huge,
difference. It's hard to not be
positive when he's around."
Tobias is her leader dog, a
2-and-a-half-year-old German
shepherd who is specially
trained to help the blind navi-
gate the challenges of living in
a visual world.
Most people simply regard


all dogs that aid the blind as
dog guides, which Legare says
is the generic term. Tobias,
however, is known as a leader
dog because he was trained at
a special school, Leader Dogs
for the Blind, in Rochester,
Mich.
Today, Legare is happily
chatting with others at local
restaurants, taking the bus and
generally feeling more confi-
dent thanks to Tobias. Almost
six years ago, Legare lived in
Panama City, Fla., and was
working as an optometry tech-
nician when her boss noticed
that she frequently tripped
over things in the office and
tested her vision.
"He did a field test on me
and completely freaked out,"
she said. "I had no idea my
vision was so bad. I thought
everybody saw that way, but I
was already legally blind."
She was referred to special-
ists and eventually ended up at
the University of Alabama at
Birmingham, where doctors
confirmed her original diagno-
sis. Because the disease
blocks optical signals to the
brain, she will have decreasing
tunnel vision the rest of her
life.


"It was a difficult, very long
adjustment that never really
ends," she said. Although she
could no longer drive, she
became determined to get
back her independence on
some level. She went through
orientation and mobility train-
ing at the Alabama Institute
for the Deaf and Blind.
Tests' she faced using only
her cane included browsing
through stores, using the bus
and crossing busy. U.S. 231,
which can be pretty intimidat-
ing even to a person with nor-
mal vision.
When her instructor first
mentioned a guide dog as a
possibility, Legare was skepti-
cal and unsure. She already
had two dogs at home and was
unsure how another would
mesh into her life much less
become a partner in which she
would trust with her life.
Leader Dogs for the Blind is
a nonprofit organization
founded by the Lions Club in
1939 to help those who can't
see reach their full potential,
according to its Web site, lead-
erdog.org. People from across
the world spend almost four
weeks at the Michigan facility
to be matched with the dog


that best fits their personality
and lifestyle. Many of the
dogs are Gennan shepherds
like Tobias, but Labradors and
other mixes are often used as
well.
The cost of the dog, training
and usually expense of travel
are normally paid through the
Lions Club and donations
from other organizations. The
local chapter of the Lions
Club helped Legare with the
.travel expense of flying
Legare from Dothan to
Atlanta, where her expenses
were then handled through the
Leader Dog school, she said.
"The cost of raising a
Leader Dog from breeding
through the training is about
$38,000, so we are talking
about a lot of expense,"
Legare said.
When she arrived at the
school, she trained with
instructors for three days
before meeting her chosen
dog, Tobias. In the initial
meeting, the pair is complete-
ly isolated in a room for three
hours to bond.
In every case, there is a spe-
cial moment when you bond
and you know it's going to
work, according to Legare.


That moment came for her and
Tobias one day during training
even though they were initial-
ly nervous and didn't know
what to expect of each other.
"Everything just clicked and
I started thinking maybe we
could be a team," she said.
Since then, teamwork has
become an overall theme of
their relationship, she said.
"We have to trust each other
with our lives in order for this
to work," she said. "I give him
commands which he follows if
he decides it's safe."
Her teammate became her
guardian recently when
Legare was traveling in the
downtown area. She was
attempting to go around a
parked car to get in on the pas-
senger side when Tobias
quickly blocked her path.
I "A quiet, new hybrid was
coming down the street and I
didn't even hear it, but before
I knew what was going on, I
was stumbling on something
like a brick wall," she said.
"He had put his body across
my path to keep me from
going out into the street. The
driver squealed brakes. She
was upset, I was upset, but the
dog just kept going like noth-


ing had happened."
.But Legare knew better -
Tobias had saved her life that
day, and it's something she
won't soon forget.
When Legare goes out in
public now she is more than
happy for people to approach
her to ask questions about the
dog, the program or how she
functions which her visual
impairment. But when Tobias
is wearing his harness, he
knows to b'e ever watchful and
vigilant in spite of any distrac-
tions that may. come his way.
"The big thing I would like
people to understand is that
giving him attention or even
talking to him can be detri-
mental," she said. "He is still a
dog and as a dog, he loves pet-
ting and attention, but it takes
his focus off his job and
that can put both of us in dan-
ger."
All in all, Tobias does more
for Legare than just keeping
her safe.
"He's become a great friend
and given me more confidence
in myself and my own abilities
than I ever had before," she
said. "He has definitely broad-
ened my world."


Jackson County Life policy

Birthdays photographs with copy are free for
children 12 years old and under and adults 90 years old
and above. There are no exceptions.
All other birthdays, including those signifying special
birthdays such as 40th or 50th must run as paid adver-
tisements.
Weddings $35 for the first 250 w ords. $20 for an
additional 150 words. One photo is allowed per wed-
Sding:.
Engagements $35 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 category
may include up to two photos an early years of mar-
riage photo and a present-day picture.
Anniversaries that do riot meet the requirements for
free placement cost $35 for the first 250 words and may
include one photo. A second photo .will cost an addi-
tional $20. Also, a charge of $20 will be added for each
additional 150 words.
Deadline for Sunday is Wednesday at noon. Send
submissions to editorial@jcfloridan.com, or-mail them
to P.O. Box 520, Marianna, FL, 32447. The Jackson
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court and will advocate on behalf of abused and neglected children. From left to right:
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Hemingway descendant also

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Down by the lazy river


On Tuesday, June 24, staff members of
Signature HealthCARE at the Courtyard took a
group of residents on an adventure that they
won't soon forget a canoe ride down the
Chipola River.
The group, with the guidance of Bear Paw's
Ricky and Anna Mcalpin, made their way


down the river, stopping half way to enjoy a
snack, returning at 1 p.m., for lunch.
The oldest of the group, Mrs. Eva Amick,
who will be 100 on Aug. 2'4, said she had the
best time. She told the guys, as they helped
her out of the canoe, "I'll be back for my
birthday."


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River. Contributed photo


Jackson County Floridan Sunday, July 13, 2008 3B


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
Dr. Mark Ebel, professor of
Spanish at Chipola College,
attended the 13th International
Hemingway Society
Conference in Kansas City,
Mo., in June.
The society holds biennial
meetings to discuss the litera-
ture of Ernest Hemingway.
Composed mainly of college
and university professors,
independent scholars and
Hemingway aficionados, and
representing the United States
and at least eight foreign
countries, the group gathers, in
places where Hemingway
lived and wrote.
Following his graduation
from high school in Oak Park,
Ill., Hemingway began his
writing career as a reporter for
the Kansas City Star, where he
worked until joining the
ambulance corps at the Italian
Front during World War I.
Ebel became interested in
Hemingway through the influ-
ence of his Ph.D. dissertation
advisor, Dr. Ernest Rehder,
who persuaded Ebel to pre-
pare a paper on Hemingway
and present it at a 2004 con-
ference in Key West. Ebel pre-
sented his paper,
"Hemingway's Philosophy of
Fishing," and served on a


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Dr. Mark Ebel, right, with John Hemingway, great-grandson
of Ernest Hemingway, at the 13th International Hemingway
Society Conference. Contributed photo


panel on "Hemingway and the
Sporting Life," which dis-
cussed Hemingway's writings
on hunting, fishing and bull-
fighting.
Ebel was so impressed with
the quality of papers given and
the writers, professors and
scholars in attendance that he
has continued to write and do
research on Hemingway.
In 2006, Dr. Ebel traveled to
Malaga. and Ronda in Spain
for the Society's conference,
then participated in a post-
conference tour to the
Running of the Bulls Festival
in Pamplona, an event made


popular by Hemingway in his
novel, "The Sun Also Rises."
Upon his return, Ebel gave a
pair of presentations on
"Answering Hemingway',s
Call to Adventure," to the
Chipola faculty and again to
the community at large.
Members of the
Hemingway family regularly
attend the Society's meetings.
Ebel had a chance to meet
John Hemingway, great-
grandson of Ernest
Hemingway. He lives in
Montreal and has recently
written a book on his family
called "Strange Tribe."


WHTC announces
changes to
corrections program
SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
Washington-Holmes
Technical Center's Criminal
Justice Program announces
changes in the Basic Recruit
Corrections day and night
academies. Students will no
longer be required to pay for
the entire course up front. The
program is now designed to
allow students to pay for the
course by semester.
Public Safety Director Greg
Hutching felt that the change
was necessary in order to
allow the program to afford
more students the opportunity
to enter into the criminal jus-
tice field. "With the rising cost
of living expenses, we believe
this is the sensible thing to
do," Hutching stated. Whereas
in the past students .would
have to pay $1,400-$1,500
dollars up front, they can now
pay roughly half up front and
the remainder about three
months into the program.
Hutching also advised that
the recruits will no longer
have to attend class five days a
week. Whether you are in the
fulltime day class or evening
class, the students will meet
Monday through Thursday.
"By giving the students an
extra day off, they will have
more time to spend with fami-
ly or work, while they are
preparing for their new
career," said Hutchihg. "We've
made these changes in an
* effort to be more accommo-
dating to our students," he
added.
Both the fulltime day and
evening classes art set to
begin Aug. 18, with registra-
tion/orientation beginning on
Aug 11.
There are funding resources
available. Call Greg Hutching
or Scott Curry at 638-1180 to
sign up or to get more details.


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Stretch yourself with laughter Yoga


BY GREG WILLIAMS
MEDIA GENERAL NEWS SERVICE
TAMPA The Zaimaj fami-
ly watched from their beach
chairs as a loose circle of 20-
plus strangers broke into loud
laughter just a few yards away.
It was a pleasant Sunday
evening on Indian Rocks
Beach, with the promise of a
picture-perfect sunset. From
the sound of the animated
group's belly laughs, though,
you could tell they were
focused on something other
than the horizon.
Deti Zaimaj, 48, who
moved to Largo from Albania
seven years ago, was confused
but curious and unboth-
ered.
"I saw those people; they
look very happy," he said.
"Which is the reason?"
Yes, he had been tempted to
join in, Zaimaj admitted. The
rest of his family felt no such
temptation. They shook their
heads and waved away the
very thought while contin-
uing to glance at the bobbing
and weaving of'the intermit-
tently boisterous strangers.
Most passersby appeared
similarly puzzled.
One beachgoer, pausing
near another who had been
watching from a safe distance,
was overheard to ask, "Have
you figured out what they're
doing?"
"I don't know," the observer
replied. "Must be a corporate
thing."
A Funny Feeling
Patricia Darcy of Largo
organized the unusually cheer-
ful assemblage but not as
some sort of corporate ice-
breaker. Darcy, "64 years
young and full of spunk," is
leading an effort to advance
the presence of Laughter Yoga
'in the Tampa Bay area.
Laughter Yoga? I noticed an
uneasy skepticism creeping
across my friend Bill's face as
the point of our trip to the
beach became clear.,
Bill had agreed to accompa-
ny me to Darcy's open-air ses-
sion without prior knowl-
edge of what to expect but
I could sense a growing fight-
or-flee response in his posture.
To be fair, the concept of
Laughter Yoga does sound
like the premise for a not-
especially-promising comedy
sketch. Even the most intuitive
observer might have some
trouble deciphering the rau-
cous goings-on.
Why would so many seem-
ingly normal adults behave in
such an unusual manner?
One minute, they would be
clapping and stretching as part
of a synchronized laughter
chant.
The next, they were prowl-
ing and crouching and roaring
like lions, face-to-face and just
inches apart.
The interactive laughter and
role-playing, combined with
an array of simple movements,
results in an experience that's
seriously healthy. As inhibi-
tions melt away, .participants
bring a relaxed sense of group
commitment to follow-up
breathing and stretching activ-
ities. Banish the embarrass-
ment factor, and enjoy the
physical benefits of laughter,
exercise and a positive atti-
tude.
Body Of Evidence
Started in 1995 in Mumbai,
India, by Dr. Madan Kataria,
the Laughter Yoga movement
has its roots in an article
Kataria wrote for his monthly
health magazine.
Kataria, a family physician,
was impressed by the body of
scientific research describing
the medicinal benefits of
laughter. He was particularly
intrigued by studies conducted
by Dr. Lee S. Berk of Loma
Linda University and by the
book "Anatomy of an Illness"
by American journalist
Norman Cousins.
In his 1979 book, Cousins
wrote about combating the
effects of a degenerative
spinal disease, in part, by
developing his own "laughter
cure" which included view-
ing episodes of the TV series
"Candid Camera" and old
Marx Brothers films.
"I made the joyous discov-
ery that 10 minutes of genuine


belly laughter had an anesthet-
ic effect and would give me at
least two hours of pain-free
sleep," Cousins wrote.
Kataria's first attempt to
form a "laughter club" was
based on the telling of jokes
and humorous anecdotes.
Within weeks, the quality of
the jokes began to degenerate,
and Kataria knew that a differ-


ent approach was needed.
Revisiting the laughter
research, he fouhd that the
human mind makes no distinc-
tion between genuine and fake
laughter, producing the same
beneficial health results in
either case.
This realization led Kataria
to introduce the concept of
laughing for no reason.
Blending this new approach
with breathing and stretching
exercises suggested by his
wife, Madhuri, a yoga teacher,
Kataria launched Laughter
Yoga. In 13 years, it has grown
to worldwide proportions,
with more than 5,000 clubs in
dozens of countries.
A 'Joy Cocktail'
"There is absolute magic to
playfulness," says Darcy, who
leads a monthly Laughter
Yoga session at Indian Rocks
Beach free of charge .-
and additional sessions at the
Bardmoor branch of the Largo
YMCA..
"Motion creates emotion,"
she says, explaining a raised-
arm "Rock'" stance that crops
up throughout her sessions.
"Postures used in Laughter
Yoga register in the body to
counteract the stress
response," Darcy says.
The result is the release of
"a joy cocktail of neuropep-
tides" the chemical mes-
sengers that control mood and
energy levels and pain and
pleasure receptors and that
regulate our immune system.
"It is a body-mind therapy,"
she says. "Put the body into a
positive state, and the body
then brings the mind along
with it. You literally feel high
on life."
Darcy's 90-year-old mother
and her twin son and daughter,
TJ and Darcie Tvrdy, took part
in the recent: Laughter Yoga
session at Indian Rocks
Beach. Participants meet at
that location at 7 p.m. the first
Sunday of every month.
"It's a wonderful stress
relief, and it feels great," says
Tvrdy, 37, a Tampa nurse.
The Oprah Connection
Darcy was inspired to inves-


Angelo Falconeri of Largo, attends a laughter Yoga session on Indian Rocks Beach. Once a month a group of individuals
gather at the beach where they laugh to feel good and exercise their core muscles. Victor Junco/.Media General News
Service "


tigate Laughter Yoga as a form
of therapy for TJ,. who suf-
fered a traumatic brain injury
as a child.
"I was entirely too serious,"
Darcy says of her role as care-
giver and advocate for TJ. "I
knew there had to be some-
thing everyone could do to
maintain focus ... to be uplift-
ed and positive."
After catching a. TV seg-
ment about Laughter Yoga on
Oprah Winfrey's "happiness
show" in May 2007, Darcy e-
mailed three teachers in
Georgia. There were no certi-
fied leaders in Florida.
One of the teachers agreed
to come to Florida from'
Atlanta, and Darcy was among
nine people to earn certifica-
tion. She then traveled to
Miami Beach in September to
study with Kataria.- and has


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since provided certification
training for two more ,local
leaders, from Tampa and'
Clearwater. ,
"My life has never been the
same, and neither has TJ's,"
Darcy says.
TJ, who volunteers at the
Bardmoor YMCA as a social
facilitator ("a greeter," says
Mom), is a frequent attendee
- and inspirational leader -
at Laughter Yoga sessions. He'
does the program seated,
which helps to emphasize the
low-impact, geared-to-all-
ages nature of the program.
With TJ in mind, Darcy


plans to launch the first grant-
driven Laff-MASTERS laugh-
ter club this fall, as an out-
reach to the disabled commu-
nity: Mainstreamed Adult
Singles Together Enjoying
Recreation and Socialization.
"My passion is community
inclusion," she says.
Getting Away From It All
Luckily, it turned out that
my friend Bill, who had
accompanied me to Darcy's
session at Indian Rocks
Beach, was surprised to find
the experience enjoyable.


"I was thinking, 'It's not my
bag,"' laughed Bill Strickland,
46, of Tampa. However, after
close to an hour of group
chanting, clapping, stretching,
facial contortions and "laugh-
ing for no reason," Strickland
came to view Laughter Yoga
as a refreshing escape from
the stresses and negativity of
daily life.
"I could be doing worse
than being on the beach laugh-
ing."
Reporter Greg Williams can
be reached at gwilliams@tam-
patrib.com or (813) 259-7906.


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Q: When -was golf's first U.S.
Open Championship? Where was
it held? Who won? G.T.M.,
Bear Creek, Pa.
A: On Oct. 4, 1895, the U.S.
Golf Association conducted the
inaugural U.S. Open
Championship on the nine-hole
course at Newport Golf and
Country Club in Rhode Island.
Ten professionals and one ama-.
teur started in the 367hole compe-
tition four trips around the
course in one day. Twenty-one-
year-old Horace Rawlins, an
English professional, took the
crown. Prize money totaled $335,
of which Rawlins captured $150
for his first-place finish. Today,
the ,purse totals more than $7.5
million, and the winner takes
home more than $1.35 million.
Q: I was bom in Wales; while
still a teen in the 1960s, my fami-
ly moved to the Far East. I now
live in the United States and don't
plan to move again. While in
Wales, I recall a high-energy
' singer named Tommy Scoptt, who


was the front man for a group
named The Senators. Do you
know what happened to Scott? I
think I know the answer to this,
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(1940-) took the stage name
Tommy Scott in 1963; he and the
band became a well-known act in
South Wales. After a few lucky
breaks and a new manager, Scott
embarked on a career that would
make him world-famous. He also
took a new name: Tom Jones.
Q: I saw a mini-biography of
actress Jane Fonda. It claims her
name is actually Lady Jayne
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Ariz.
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name. Her mother's distant ances-
tor is Lady Jane Seymour, the
third wife of English King Henry
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and Frances Ford Seymour,
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Apart from editing many publica-
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Panhandle Seminole Club annual kick-off


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN

The Panhandle Seminole
Club will hold its Annual
Kickoff Meeting and Awards
Dinner at the First United
Methodist's Wesley Center in
Marianna on Lafayette Street,
on Thursday, Aug. 14 at 6:30
p.m.
The guest speaker will be
Eric Luallen. Eric, a former
Seminole lineman who played
from 1986-89, is a play-by-
play commentator for
Seminole baseball, as well as a
host of the football pre-game
show on Clear Channel Radio.
He will share his insight,


knowledge and update us on
FSU football for this fall.
The club will also introduce
four local students who will be
attending FSU this fall.
Each student will be award-
ed a $1,000 scholarship com-
ing from monies that were
raised through several fund-
raisers supported by our local
community.
These scholarships bring
the most recent five-year total
to $20,000 in support of FSU
students.
The meeting is open to all
friends of FSU with BBQ and
all the trimmings provided by
the club to all current mem-


bers.
The cost will be $5 per per-
son for non-members.
For those interested in
becoming a member, dues are
$15 per year, single or family
membership, with proceeds
supporting our scholarship
program.
Complete the on-line form
at the website www.panhan-
dleseminoles.com/content.ht
ml or print it out and mail it
along with a check to
Panhandle Seminole Club,
P.O. Box 645, Marianna, FL
32447.
Or bring it to the meeting on
August 14.


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BY JANIS D. FROELICH
MEDIA GENERAL NEWS SERVICE

While shopping for a home
almost 15 years ago, long
before houses were "staged"
to sell, I negotiated my way
through many a living room
piled high with old magazines
and wall-to-wall knickknacks.
I swore I would never live
like that.
Our new town house is far
from new anymore, and one
look at the room downstairs
would've told you so. I threw
anything and everything into
that room.
The list includes the sane:
hundreds of books, music cas-
settes, 78 speed record
albums.
And the insane: baby teeth,
chopsticks, size 8 clothes and
an acid memo from an ex-edi-
tor about shaping up or ship-
ping out.
Had I become horrors!
- a packrat? I looked up the
definition and it's not pretty.
It's a busy-tailed rodent with
well-developed cheeks and a
penchant for hoarding food
and miscellaneous items.
It was enough to make me
want to clean up. That room
could become a beautiful
retreat a place I could read,
write and watch TV, all in
view of the courtyard swim-
ming pool.
My granddaughters would
like it, too. We could move
their toy box from our living
room (which, to be honest,
was starting to look a little too
much like the room down-
stairs). ,
I knew this wasn't some-
thing I should attempt alone,
so I called Heather Lambie,
who had just started a new
business, Finding White
Space.
I beseeched her to help me
secede from the rodent family.
She not only agreed, but since
I was one of her first clients,
she also charged me only half-
price about $30 an hour.
First, she visited and sur-
veyed the problem. She didn't
blink. I took that.as a good
sign.
Then she rolled up her
sleeves and I went off to work.
When I got home that night, I
witnessed the power of organ-
ization.
Piles and piles of stuff were
sorted and labeled. Heather
was polite. Her signs read:
"You may consider this for the
trash bin."
She put all my scattered
photographs in boxes with
instructions to purchase
organizers or albums. She
hinted I should maybe toss the
big green and white striped
sofa.
And she found someone
who would actually buy my
green tables and entertainment
center.
She got all that done in just
four hours.
The rest was up to me.
Boxes and boxes of clothes


Janis Froelich's living room reflected a whole lot of living
before she hired a professional organizer. Media General
News Service


and shoes went to Goodwill
and The Spring donation cen-
ters. Some of the knickknacks
went to a neighborhood
garage sale.
It hurt to purge. I had an
unopened boxed set of Frank
Sinatra videos.
I gave it to the garage sale,
but even seeing the look of joy
on the man's face who bought
it didn't completely ease the
pain.
There were some things
even a pro such as Heather
couldn't pry from my grip: my
chopstick collection and my
daughter's frog collection.
There's no earthly reason I
gather chopsticks I don't
even know how to use them.
Britta started collecting tiny
frogs because her grade-
school classmates called her
Froggy, a jab at her full lips.
Now, Britta has Angelina
Jolie and I have the frogs,
which I think represents some
kind of divine justice.
With most of the clutter
cleared out, we went to work
fixing up the room. My hus-
band knew a tile guy who tore
out the filthy blue carpet and
installed pale beige tile, which
flows from the room to the
patio outside.
We got a deal $1,000 -
because another customer had
ordered the tile, then canceled
the job.
A new air conditioner,
installed, cost about $1,800.
The hole in the wall left from
the old unit was nicely filled
with glass block by the tile,
guy.
The mustard-colored walls
were next. I wanted to paint
them Valspar's Iceberg Blue to
match the pool hues outdoors.
Thank goodness we brought
home a paint sample.
We painted part of the wall
and Iceberg Blue revealed, its
electrifying side. We went
with Valspar's Air Kiss,
instead. Soft and light.
So now I had a blue room
with beige tile. I went around
the condo" and gathered up a
wicker chair and ottoman
from an upstairs bedroom, an
end table from the living
room, throw pillows from
upstairs and a pink vase.
I really didn't want to spend
a lot on new stuff, but I did
splurge on an entertainment
center ($377, discounted).
I'm from the Midwest, and
the bookcase units with glass
doors remind me of my roots.
There's room for a small TV
set and lots of videotapes and
DVDs and books, of
course.
Buying a sofa was a chal-


lenge. The one I wanted meas-
ured more than 9 feet long -
too big for a 15-by-15-foot
room. I finally found a 7-foot-
er that made me equally happy
for $678.
I was going for what I call
birthday cake ddcor, chocolate
with pink, blue and cream.
Fun.
My husband who mut-
tered, "Everyone has different
taste," when he saw the enter-
tainment center -- said he
wanted birthday. cake only on
his birthday. He preferred
pecan wicker furniture with
splashy flowered pillows.
When he didn't get that, he
started pulling away from the
project.
I hope he hasn't left it for
good. He needs to install a
ceiling fan.
Almost a year later,
Heather, who recently
changed the name of her com-
pany to Your Home Editor,
came back for a final go-
round.,
My room still looked like a
storage area. But Heather's
business had taken off. This
time, she charged me the full
$65 an hour.
She has this thing about sep-
arating my 100-plus cook-
books from my other reading.
Her original'note read: "These
are all your noncooking
books. I'd love to see you get
rid of one-half of them (or at
least one-third)."
Well, that maybe will hap-
pen. But my books, which
included collections of clip-
pings from all the newspapers
where I've worked, are pre-
cious.
And someday, I'm sure I'll
read that thick bio of Abraham
Lincoln.
Heather put all the cook-
books in my pie cupboard. She
fixed broken shelf in my dis-
countd new bookcase and
arranged (by color!) the book
jackets. ,
Upstairs, she found a few
more decor items to "repur-
pose." This gives stuff a new
job, she said, arranging some
woodcarvings from our
Jamaican honeymoon down-
stairs.
What was still lacking
downstairs, she decided, were
family photographs. I was sur-
prised. Isn't that, dare I say it,
clutter?
Nope, she said. Not when
it's just a few and those few
are arranged with care.
The room is done. It's like I
have a new addition to the
condo!
Sorry, kids, there's no place
for your toy box.


Bucky is a 12-week-old beagle mix. Mark
Skinner/ Floridan


Lonnie is a 2-year-old male Pomeranian
who has not been fixed. Mark Skinner/
Floridan


Mister is a 6-month-old male Australian
Shepherd mix. Mark Skinner/ Floridan


Rinny is a 3-month-old male terrier mix who
is very playful. Mark Skinner/ Floridan


Partners for


Pets on parade.


To adopt one of these pets, stop by the
Partners for Pets shelter at 4011
Maintenance Dr., in Marianna or call 482-
4570, or visit
www.partnersforpets.petfinder.com
Partners for Pets welcomes volunteers.


If you have extra time this summer, are a.m. to 2 p.m.
14 and over, and would enjoy playing with The Dog Obedience Training classes
cats, walking dogs and taking care of the normally scheduled for Saturday mornings
pets, please call us. will not be held this Saturday, July 19.
Our shelter hours are Monday through However, if you have any questions
Friday, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. and Saturday 10 regarding the training, please call Sonny


Fortunato at 693-0908 or 482-4570.
Fortunato is an AKC Good Citizen
Evaluator, state certified trainer of dogs
and the $5 an hour fee for this class goes
directly to the shelter.


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BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR
The 2nd Annual Jackson
County Youth Coalition
Summer Shootout will be
held July 18-19 at Marianna
Middle School and Chipola
College.
The AAU 16U boys bas-
ketball event will feature
six teams, three of which -
Boundless Ballers,
Harambee Dragons and
NNFC Greenwave are
under the direction of the
Jackson County Youth
Coalition.
The other teams in com-
petition are Alabama
Cobras, Pensacola Tigers
and Northwest Florida
Sharks.
Coalition Director Darold
Pope said he expected a
great tournament.
"We're really 'excited
about the field we've got,"
he said. "The competition
will be very competitive
and all six teams have a
good chance of coming out
on top with .the champi-
onship."
The Cobras won last
year's Shootout., with the
Ballers and Dragons com-
ing in second .and third
place.


Packers


The three Coalition teams
will face each other Friday
night at MMS, with each
team playing each of the
other three teams Saturday
at Chipola in the round-
robin tournament.
Pope said he felt confi-
dent in each of the three
Coalition teams' ability to
win the tournament, though
all would have their work
cut out for them.
"I think the three teams
each have an excellent
opportunity, to make the
'finals, but it's going to be a
big challenge because we
have to play a lot of games
to get there," he said.
"Whoever gets there will
have to earn it and have to
play well to survive and
advance."
Pope said he wanted to
bring the tournament to
Jackson County to give
local fans the chance to see
AAU -basketball .involving
local players and other tal-
ented player from surround-
ing areas.
"I think that one of the
things that I wanted to
accomplish with AAU was
to get. the community
exposed to AAU and find
out what it's about, just to
see the caliber of players


Local AAU 14U basketball teams compete in a tourna-
ment Saturday at Marianna High School. The. Jackson
County Youth Coalition will sponsor a 16U AAU tourna-
ment July 18-19 at Marianna Middle School and
Chipola College. -Mark Skinner/Floridan


playing AAU," he said. "I
want. the community to
come out and support the
kids and the program.
They'll get a chance to see
some kids that they might
see playing in college in
three or four years.
"It's really exciting bas-
ketball and .provides an
opportunity for kids to get
valuable experience and
exposure to college coach-
es."
Pope also said that AAU
basketball gives young
players a chance to improve
their games and their high


school teams in the offsea-
son.
"It really gives a kid a
chance to evaluate his skill
level," he said. "It also
helps high, school pro-
grams, so when kids go
back and play with their'
high school -teams, maybe
they have a sharper insight
into the game, so they come
back and have more of an
impact on whatever their
team goals are."
Friday's games go from
6-8 p.m., while Saturday's
games start at 8 a.m. and go
to 8 p.m.


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Marianna native


Roulhac falls just


short of Olympic bid


BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR
Marianna native 'Brandon
Roulhac came up just short in his
. bid to qualify for the 2008 U.S.
Olympic team recently.
The 2002
Marianna
High School'
graduate
finished
fifth in the
Triple Jump
July 6 in
Eugene,
Ore.
Only, the
fitop three Brandon Roulhac
qualified for
the U.S. Triple Jump team for the
Beijing Olympics.
Roulhac, 24, actually went into
the final round of jumps in third
place, but training partner Rafeeq
Curry jumped an inch further on
his last jump and Aarik Wilson
set a stadium record in his final
jump of 57 feet and 2 inches,
'knocking Roulhac back to fifth.
It was a tough way to end the
triak. though Roulhac said he
knew he would have to sweat it
out to the very end.
'"It was close, but I knew the
jumpers that were out there and
that they were greatjumpers, so I
knew it wasn't over," Roulhac,
said. "I was just crossing my fin-
gers and hoping that they would-
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felt that he did all he could to give
himself a chance to qualify for
the team. ,.
"I'm disappointed I didn't
make the team," he said, "but
overall, I'm still happy with my
performance because I showed up
and (jumped a personal best).
"I said before I came that I was
just going to perform to the'best
of my abilities and leave it up to
God. I showed up and left every-
thing I had out there. I just didn't
make it."
Roulhac's best jump of 56 feet,
3 inches put him in third place in
the final round of jumps.
That jump topped Roulhac's
previous best of 55 feet, 7 inches
that he set in May of this year.
With the Olympics out of
reach, there isn't much 'left for
Roulhac in the 2008 Track and
Field season, though he said he
hoped to find a couple more
meets to participate in by the end
of the month or later before the
season ends.
Whenever Roulhac's season is
over, he said he will take a month
off and resume training in prepa-
ration for the 2009 season, with
the indoor season beginning in
January and the outdoor season, in
April.
The next big event, that
'Roulhac has set his sights on is
the 2009 World Championships
in Berlin, Germany next August.
Roulhac said that with the rate
of improvement he, has shown
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AAU Basketball
Tournament
The Jackson County
Youth Coalition will spon-
sor an AAU boys basketball
tournament July 18 at
Marianna Middle School
from 6-8 p.m. and July 19 at
Chipola College from 8
a.m. to 8 p.m.
Admission is $5 daily.
There will be six teams:
NNFC Greenwave,
Harambee Dragons,
Boundless Bailers,
Alabama Cobras, Pensacola
Tigers and Northwest
Florida Sharks.
For more information,
contact Darold Pope at 272-
5000.

Kids Golf Clinic
The Marianna; Golf
Association' will bIe con-
ducting its annual golf clin-
ic for kids July 23-25 at the
Florida Caverns Golf
Course.
Kids will have two days
of instructions, including
chipping ahd putting con-
tests, with a nine-hole tour-
nament the last day.
The cost is $35 per child
and this includes drinks and
'snacks daily along with
prizes and trophies for win-
ners of the contests and
tournament.
Kids should bring their
own clubs and a hat. For
more information and to
pre-register, call 482-4257.

Wes Person Basketball
SCamp
' *Former Auburn and NBA
player Wes Person is con-
ducting his Sharpshooters
Basketball Camp for boys
and girls from July 24-27. at
MIarianna High School.
Cost is $65.
For more information,
contact Nadine Long at
850-209-3951.

Golf Tournament
The Scott HarrellBenefit
Golf Tournament will be
held July 24 at Indian
Springs Golf Course with
tee-off at 1 p.m.
There will be a four-man
scramble and lunch will be
served at 12:30 p.m. Cost is
$60 per person. I
^ For more information,
contact Rob Halstead at
573-6679, or Tom Barbee at
573-3141.

Swimming Lessons
Swimming lessons will
be offered for ages 4-and-
up. Lessons are based on a
combination of nationally-
recognized methods.
The following sessions
are scheduled: Session 4:
Aug. 4-14. Classes are
available at 9 a.m., 10 a.m.,
or 7 p.m.
Sessions are Monday
through Thursday, for two
weeks of 45-minute les-
sons.. Cost is $45 and pre-
registration is required,
with a $5 late registration
fee.
Infant and preschool
swimming lessons for chil-
dren 3-and-under will meet
July 28-31 with classes
available at 10 a.m. and 7
p.m. Cost is $30.
For information, call pool
manager Rance Massengill
at 718-2473.

CGABA World Series
The 2008 CABA 18U
Aluminum bat World Series
will be held July 27 through
Aug. 3 at the Cene Park
baseball complex in
Struthers, Ohio.
Teams can register for the
World Series at
www.cababaseball.com
If you need more infor-
anation, contact Ken Quinn
at 330-755-5676.


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No traveling music after sundown


By nature of their jobs, most
outdoor writers must travel from
time to time. I'm no exception.
Unlike some, I don't often com-
plain about it. I like "the road,"
especially those trips that carry
me down those "blue highways"
about which William Least Heat
Moon so eloquently wrote in his
book of the same name. Interstate
there and
interstate
back, not so
much. Then, I
complain.
There are
things I do
while on the
road that have
b.e co me
habits, good
and bad. Bob Kornegay
I stop often
and talk to the folks, the real peo-
ple. If I don't tell their stories,
who will? I pull over and' take
photographs of things I find pret-
ty or amusing, like a sign off U.S.
27 in Northwest Georgia that
read, "Bubba's Barbecue'. and
Bait." I drop in on fellow writers
when I pass through their home-
towns.
On the road I also eat poorly,
abuse my innards with way too
much strong coffee, and tend to


keep driving far past the hour at
which I should be snoozing snug-
ly in a sleeping bag or motel bed.
When I drive the backroads into
the wee hours I sing (poorly),
recite poetry (Poe, Lanier, and
Kipling mostly; thank you, Sally
Hall), and spend a lot of time lis-
tening to my own words, which
never seem as brilliant on paper
or to someone's ear as they do
inside my head.
Long ago on the road I listened
to the radio. Now I seldom do. At
least not while driving through
big cities or after sundown. In
big-town traffic, audio distrac-
tions can get you killed. After
dark, given the proper mood and
setting, they can depress or terror-
ize.
Once, about 1 a.m. on
Gillionville Road near Albany,
Ga., back,before all the houses
magically appeared, the "oldies"
station that had kept me company
since midnight suddenly. went
dead.
Never one to channel surf, even
at home on the sofa, I opted to
wait for the music (everything
from "doo-wop" to 1960s .rock
and roll) to return to the airwaves
and my listening ears.
For maybe 5 minutes of com-
plete silence, broken only by the


numbing hum of the engine, I
concentrated solely on negotiat-
ing the low-lying ribbon of pave-
ment in the moonless pitch dark.
Watching for deer and other
wildlife road-crossers, I let the
radio, and the switch's "on" posi-
tion completely slip my mind.
With perfect (or perhaps horri-
ble) timing, just as I motored past
a swamp filled with night mist
and skeletal tree remains, James
Brown announced that radio sta-
tion "Blast From The Past" was
back on the air.
"Yeeow!" screamed James. "I
feel good!"
"Yeeow!" I echoed, coming
within inches of steering my pick-
up directly into the mire and its
copious population of alligators
and cottonmouths.
That one, I eventually got over.
Then, two years later, during a he-
who-does-not-remember-the-
past-is-condemned-to-repeat-it
moment, the scenario replayed
itself as I :drove slowly along a
night-darkened, ground fog-
shrouded dirt road winding
through Southwest Louisiana
bayou country.
This time, after an even longer
dead-air interval, .it was Charlie
Rich (the Silver Fox) who came
mightily close to sending me to


crawfish heaven. Granted,
Charlie's a lot more subtle than
the Godfather of Soul, but given
the time of day and surroundings,
every bit as startling. All it took
was that classic Charlie Rich
scotch-and-Marlboros voice and
the first word of "The Most
Beautiful Girl in the World."
"Hey!" growled Charlie.
My front wheels hit the bayou
in perfect harmony with the open-
ing-piano riff and "Did you hap-
pen to see the....."
Thank heaven for good brakes
and a truckload of drunk Cajuns
who thought my plight was
uproariously funny, but nonethe-
less extracted my Toyota from the
mud and kindly helped me on my
way.
That's the last time music filled
my darkened pickup cab. Now I
occupy myself with my own
singing (that's not music, believe
me) and poetry.
Ah, yes. The poetry. Lately, Poe
is my poet of choice, at least until
a rattle or. backfire startles a flock
of roosting crows right in the mid-
dle of "Once upon a midnight
dreary."
Then, quoth Bob.....
Nevermore!
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LAKE SEMINOLE Bass are fair and
may be caught along the grass, lines in Spring
Creek. Use dark-colored floating worms and
topwater stickbaits like floating Rapalas and
Bang-O-Lures. Any crankbait that imitates
shad or bream is good in the creeks. Jig-and-
pig combos and Carolina-rig craws may take
some largemouths from the river ledges,
where stump lines are the best spots. Also fish
deep-running crankbaits near secondary
points.
Crappie fishing is slow. Early and late in the
day, fish live minnows at depths of 5 to 15
feet.
Hybrids are good late in the afternoon on
crankbaits and spoons fished over humps and
off-the-channel sandbars.
Bream fishing is fair and catfish are fairly
active deep over hard bottoms.
LAKE EUFAULA Bass fishing is fair to
good. Use Texas-rig worms in dark color pat-
terns on main-lake points and in the creeks.
Up the creeks, wood structure near grass beds
is a good bet. Spinnerbaits may work in these
areas early and late in the day. A few anglers
have taken some early-morning fish from the
creeks with white buzz baits. Late in the day is
the best overall time to fish.
Crappies are fair on the deeper creek ledges
and can be caught on jigging spoons from the
transient brush found just off the main river
channel. Fish live minnows in the creeks
directly over the deepest part of'the channel.
Night fishing is a good option.
Hybrids are biting fairly well late in the
afternoons and at night on the ,southern end.
Bream are active, but the fish remain small.
Catfish are good, especially at night.
LAKE ANDREWS/CHATTAHOOCHEE
RIVER Look for bass to take topwater
baits near wood structure and over shallow
sandbars early and late in the day. Just at day-
break, try a white buzz bait with a chartreuse
trailer in similar locations. The creeks are still
not producing many bass, but main-river
ledges can give up some good individual fish.
Try jig-and-pig combos with a lot of char-
treuse in the color pattern.
Hybrid fishing is poor upriver, but some
nice fish have been taken far downstream near
Lake Seminole. Spoons are the best bait
choice.
Bream fishing is fair. Drift-fish crickets or
worms along high banks and bluff walls.
Bluegills are the most active bream species.
Crappies are slow and catfish are fair up and
down the river. The best catfishing is in the
tailwaters at present.
(Generation schedules, pool levels, and
other such information for area waterways
may be obtained by calling toll-free 1-888-
771-4601. Follow the recorded instructions
and access the touch-tone for the Apalachicola
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recently, he expects to perform very well at the World
Championships and ultimately earn a place on the 2012 U.S.
Olympic team.
"If training keeps going the way it has been and I can stay
healthy, I really believe that within the next four years, I can be
close to the world record to possibly setting it," he said.
The Aworld record of 60 feet was set in 1995 by Jonathan
Edwards.
While he said it was disappointing to come so close to quali-
fying for the Olympics and not, Roulhac said the busy track and
field schedule would prevent the pain .from lingering until 2012.
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JACKSON COUNTY
FLORIDAN
NEEDS AT ONCE:
a newspaper carrier
for the following area in
Jackson County:

MALONE
Earn up to

$700
per month after gas
BE YOUR OWN BOSS!
Early morning hours. Must have
dependable transportation,
minimum liability insurance &
valid driver's license.
Come by and fill out an
application at the
Jackson County Floridan,
4403 Constitution Lane,
Marianna, FL or call
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2D FLORIDAN CLASSIFIED

R301 Dogs 433 MobluHoo/, 503 oat ors/ 506 Travmpeifs 509 Motor Homes 512 Motorcycles/ATVs 512 Motorcycles/ATVs 600 Automobiles 600 Automobiles 600 Automobiles
FOUND: DACHSHUND 2 BR MH CH & A, near 1-10 Javelin '94' Bass boat Montana 02' 5th wheel Yamaha 2006 V-star RACE CAR Dirt late
north of Grand Ridge. & 71 S; App. & Lease 377A 150 fast strike, camper, 32.5 ft. 2 1 31100 3100 miles, war- Ford '02 Mustang, model '05 CJ Rayburn
Call to identify. Call Req.$400 + $300 dep. trailer. $4750 334-596- slides, mounted space MUTTC ranty, $6200 00OBO, 334 Dark Red, Coupe. 5- & 28 ft. enclosed hawl-
850-272-1181 Sewer/ water/ garb- 1694 heater, new 4000 Onan 793-5621 or 334-797- spd. 78000mi, In- er. many extras. 334-
/lawn care incl.No Pets ed a New Home generator w/inside re- 1463leavemessage dash CD stacker, 355-0298.
FREE F White Eng. Lab No smoking.526-8367. NeedaNewHome? mote, $25k 0BO, 850- -..'r.' aw ....nl,
Mix, shots, fixed, needs Checkout 593-6946 k ,i,*50.i .o .. % rra m 912
room to run.'850-693-0736 3/ 2 C H/A $450/mo, 1/ 1 the Classifieds 59369515 ate46 r .Sports/
-Free to sod home: Adult C H/A $325/mo. Both in Lake Seminole, shaded iIn ____B 5____
Freetogoodhome:Adult C'dale. Ref.& credit Jason 1986 bass boat 110 RV spaces, water & EquilplmeInt
dogs&puppies. 850- checked.No pets. 850- Johnson motor, garage sewer included, $150 R-VISION '06 Trail-Li t 1 2. 104 :- ,ar,-i MH w,,. F,'"d ', T.iur,. L. all
482-5472 638-1171 kept, good condition month, $100 deposit, 6 fully loaded low T".h.).,, R urrn. :I' :: i :' C:.o er, rur, ,r.:"9l. Mercury '00 Grand war .
3/2 within c y li $4500 334-794- month lease. 850-593- like new! Include': r.i, du;1 t r : .:...:; :r t, i len$1 0 OBJ Call quis, white w/ blue n.
male Wht Eng. Bulldog- $425/m Sc & Ref. 5511r334-798-5936 1277, r.s@wfeca.net nation system 334Pr-1 ,,, ir 4* 1terior, lean insi
/Boxer mis1 Spayed, 2001 pop up camp- $ 762,500 0:003341. .R H 20I 1."" M" I^EjM WS out 85K mi. Lookil
shots, yrold 850-482-r. sleeps 7, gas or ns,,M. : Mihlin tires $6 300 Saturn '07 Aura XR, 9,800
8287 H.. -,:tric fridge, heat- Holiday Rambler '02,: .1. Crd .er tir, TRNPOR ION Serous nques only. mi., like new, white, Ithr,
Lo :.rIi,.(.,- ,o ling system. awn- sel pusher, 2 i1-. ,,.,. L :. I r 334 7 4510 o r 334 sunroof, all oE options,
Lost: C hild's pet, T ri -co lor .. Ch., 4,,, ,:, : F. A. L .R N S P O R I \ -)I SIfe rio u s in q u ire s o n ly .
m ale B eag le, I yr. old, 48 0 0 334 7 9 4 7 1 0 3 o utsid94-7 103 o u ts itd e e nic-. $21,150 h l, 334 -35 6
Ls C p, ,,. o', ., - o nt. .nl 14.1( ') ib,, -* .-714-4510 or 334- MUST SEE TO BELIEVE!
b gle, 1 yr. le, p c-rlli- loads of extra: r,. 3.1 21 b 3 25793-3334.4
blue stripe cllar, "B- 08n Eagle 5th smoke, no pet.. Mercury '95 Grand Mar-
S6 i' ,', ir 2.:.., 1.- FO triDc awnin $3 ,5 FORD '02 TAURUS SES. Neg.. Low miles. Call
MH lots avail & some ale, in Port St. Joe, FL '" A mol a v I 5.0n.a Mercury '99 Grand Mar-
gMHwhen ava. Blue great weekend get- Jayco '03 camper, 34 t1 6 0 AutobleS us '6 ui) Mcury '99 Grand Mar
y P 39uH aiU CsAkr 2quis LS, white, usc.
Springs MH Park away, Detailed pics & slide outs exc. c,-, 11 cend., 25 mpg hwy, ask-
--- Marianna. Water/s- nfo upon request. $70K like new on rented i.:i ,T7 l $5800 OBO, Cask.K
aAM/AR wage/garb./lawn 850-653-8147. Lv Msg with water front ,i-.v. In g $-- 334-793-9758,797-9755 C
FARM/GARDEN In. 850.-482-4060 J Fisher 20081754, 40HP 4 Lake Eufaula $19,000 3 Harley Davidson 05 Mercury '99 Sable station
Ssstroke mercury, ta- OBO 334-793-0021. Electra Glide Ultra Clas- Acura Integra '92, Black, wagon leather all pow
Stm 31 ii., L. ii u:hrnt,. a -rhum 1,r ,', sic, Red/Black, Loaded, 5-spd. CD, runs well, re-
., ,i .,, : I c.- rd .r '.65 i. ,.ii bI ,; t*: Great cond: $18,000, built motor, sunroof- $ l4500 FRM 334c.-797-
i i .ro..F: lFu.linr ill ;'.' 3 F Winds 5000 00 334-389-9889. Great cond. 2,000 o.b.o, $4500 FIRM 334-797828
i.: 'I'm., iS ; ', .ul,. Four Winds 5000 8c00 .Brand new 26" rims,. 4828Suzuki'06ForenzaSedan
011110 e, Au/. -cy. rrme w/ black 3,800 r Blue, Auto. 4-c l. 2
Crr1 09 Far Equipment 436 od. 88,300 ms Great 33.4-671-1607. Ford '03 Expedition XLT WD.24,000 miles,
309 Farm Equipment 436 Mobiule m '.......~ ,orr, Tr',i r Mcond. 28Feet, AM/FM d 5 white, Ithr interior,3rd Power brakes, Power
-, ,.Sale TCassette Stereo, Cable BMW '04 Sedan Md# 525i row seat, 74K m. KBB steering,CD,A/C,
TV Hookup TV Antenna Silver, 28,775K mi., AT/ $13,500, asking $11,500 Mitsubishi '06' Eclipse AM/FM, stereo, runs
1 set of KMC twin row W. .1 ri A.' :4" Telephone Jack, Sky- 6sp. Garaged, exc. OBO, Call 334-380-4103 GT, Red, 6-spd. 46550, well, sunroof, very
planters,4row mount- 28A aJ', AS 'I. 3 lis -- .1.,,,r:..1 :r A ',, l light, LPG & CO Leak cond. $30,500. 334-803- new tires, very clean, clean, Greatcon
edonapaulkframel r pr:. ,r,. i1. ,I :, . ..op ,un r, Detectors, Awning, 9276 or 334-393-5829 FORD '05 Mustang Con- mfg warr, Viper alarm, $12,000,334-699-
KMC4rowri perw/ f., .-r . '- l. e,'n t i e Booth D nette 6 Cuh is vrtibl, leather, V6, tints, Exc5cond. 15000, 7251/334-805-3113.
tassisthee l Foot Refrigerator with Cadillac '93 Allante Con- loaded, 18K miles, 334-333-7555.
fertlizerft assist i eel & 22)7,'.. Freezer, 6 Gallon Harley Davidson '06 Dyna vertible, red, beige $16,000 334-355-0881 Toyota '02 4Runner, Sil-
a rfertl atach 10 4 e... ... Electric Ignition Water Super Glide. motocycle, weather excellent. 71k W
ga. nurse tank unt- i e n ,rrilu 2li 51, Heater, 32 Gallon Pearl Red, chrome, fwd miles $13,900 334-449- Ford '05 Mustang GT, Leather, To pkg, roof
d on tamdem trailer. I ellw, 260 hp,, mn Freshwater' Tank, Tol- controls, wind shield, 2823 or 334-723-3037 white, 5 sp., interior up- ^ rack, 1o5K $10,800
334-790-5077 3 B R H U D home! top, galvanized trailer, let, Sink & Shower, 25 sundowner seat. 6-spd. ade pkg, 6 disc cd, 850-526-2484
Gandy 4 row insecticide $213/mo! 4%down custom cover garage Gallon Wastewater 4900 mi. $10,500, C ilver, 150k m., factory alarm, 24K m .
applicator w/double 30yrs @ 8% AP.R List- stored, only 20 hours, j Tank, 22 Gallon Grey 798-5104. Bghm, silver 150kmi ex cond $17,900_obo, Toyota '05 Camry, 4 door,
boxes, for two chemi- nS 800-570-8898 ext. many extras. Like new. Water Tank, Heated $4200, w/ scooter chair 334)794-7837 671-1735 tan, auto., sunroof, cd
.2 Gouod oniti BTU Roof Air Condi-T Fdays;850-656-7212,5- Ford '05 Mustang V-6 new,172300 mi$15,900
bar, Goodcondition.iBTUo310B FrC Cia F d rium edition, Fully Cal(3i4) 389-3071
$650.229-758-3146 raor "2- 1 a r i, tioner, 31,000 BTU Fur-owav Oven,-ae96 22"etwod saver, great gas 'Mitsubishi'O6Lancer02
Ucace,.microwaveeOven, saver Reducedto Rally A/C PowerS
Tr sactor, cab & ai. 180 emmi. sk $6400 MUST 1S0
Tractor, cab&air.1800 Kept, matching tan AXs, fifth wheel, 36ft 4 Psons, Queen-sz rmi, as c d.,80K $14,000.334-6925W cidws&Dorlcks,
hrs. w/John Deere 640 dem trailer w/ pressure slides, fireplace, large Bed & Mattress, 7,41 ,'.,- ,3] 7.,-18 7. , .- inacD ngayelr b WA5 .
loader. Really nice. brakes, LED lighting, shower, 30/50amp. A real (Gasoline), 5 Kw LPG .. Call John 334-797-0420 Toyota '07 Sequoia, Grey
229-793-4222 low hours, NEW BABY must see at: $39,900 334- Generator, Trailer ,,:, i,r F,,,, 'al John334797-0420 2 WD. 42k mi. Loaded,
ONLY REASON BOAT IS 687-2994 Hitch, Car dolly, Non- Harley Davidson '06 :,,na ".. or Jason334-714-1601 moon roof, leather,
ri. H.a B a 34R AL6E,8 $11,900 OBO, smoking New: All 6 Wide Glide, Gla.: .r l||| DVD nim ;yirmd,
Suir H.8 ,Br. Cdi ,5al 334-618-3957 -2 i / Tires, Brakes, Catalytic WhitePearl, 6- p. 1 warranty rea cod.
z200. ,ii i034,'9,i. 3 1 Converters, Spark 5.000 ml. Like new. New $26,900. Call 334726.
12_ _" .- "":._ "' ._ _Plugs, Battery, $17,000 -.r, au: .. r 5 3,id .r '".2 Mui rr 'iGT 4818;797.50 3
Vicon Tedder, 12ft mow- FOR SALE BY OWNER -OBO, Please Call 334- B e :, r :. L uJ . I r ue. ,c;,: ah h:a r,-r
er, & rake w/cadd. New New4303sqft 'W'.''- ... 347-0496. r ;,, 2.,r r r i rpe l,,, rem.ur ",.uni1.


327 Produce 95 Hunter 23.5 sailer w/ g.slideout,8 30', Prowler Cm CHEVROLETi -03 opto nsli k n wt .tlo'-. Lir Iti ir. n ad.
OaHolland round baler.Ro- 4BR, 3 b h 0 5hp Honda, 2BR, Great coed., Call$R E --r. .r i : ,. B, r4p ,, $ 10t, 0. J. :, 7
ITsrite 25 ft gooseneck Full info @ www.inf- ahoe1LT. k 34 A 2,0 .. A

trailer 850-866-2774 otube.net #195636 C h a lk 0 T c h 334-477- u42uJasn 914-1603

be ans helped or Acre with 2280 SF 4/3 Call 3348062822. Call 229-308-1168. F 221 t eu ; E XLE auto sunrf, cold
unshelled. Blou n W d. I r laFourwnds '08 Chateau condition.Loaded, Ford 64 Thunderbird, ,ir 191 K miL $3,500
Produce. (8501) oiw4 lr Iai-.i. " I sport class C, 2 ft. CD, A/C,AM/FM, 82K m, 1 owner, $4000. 334-794-3944
Also: U-Pick Cnr fr. ,,r 1 r .rr, .,j _ _ _ Workhorse Chassis 6.0L I t. -l n stereo, new tires, wil Irr Call 33..M32
Ridge Bobby H.e.-ii i n H Vortec. 5578K mi. no sL. Harley Davidson '06 leather let, very :'.2.' Clasi.liid
(850)s592-4156 lideou, 2"er & pet Screamng38 Eagle VOD, Ca 916,40. 85 3 g. Asking $12800Ar v$..ij -34.
trailer, '035hp Honda, 2BR, Great condo f 0 ,7K ,war Tahoe LT. SLV. Black, rr.C -




JACNKSON FARMS .hl n iso o .' n ,s uailr. 0 inquiries only. 3347- 1 .9 0onero. oCall 334- n It 4 dr. a i^ B U Y M E '-
aNOWOPEN its&Bte- Lke, 26 M v is,. -I Mt A. 52-3652.0A714-5940.Chevrolet'87 Corvette p 3068 Toyota 94 Camry 4 dr.



beans.Sheed or Acre with 2280 SF, Ca 334-806-2822. Casl ry e excellent condition called.334-393-21229-308-1168. 78,000, excellent vertae $2500 98,000; L aded FairCondition Askingold
Shivers.ll s 5 G-E O.I 2raer, fl nt c re- $85 000 '334-618-8457 miles.334-693-0540 PB, PS, A/C, AM/FM $1950000
.+6. p ert lassC. 2B. CACMF 82K mi, I owner, $4000. 334-794-


buver' sb eas.Re A T i e l h m m Chevrolet '93 Corvette 2- stereo leather interior 3348033757
Ridge Bobbye hie,, PRI $3908 Vortec. 55789 mi. no sta, Harley Davidson '98 1200 Cnvertib Red leath- Ford '6 ThunderbirdLX Runs well, very clean
(850)e592-4156r, pk asC4.,0arv records, Damonintr outs. non-smoker & pet Screaming Eagle VROD, 7cales16,400. $14,00 0. ex c, lode, Gra hae:1,50VlCan'05e orgu





tero-^ ns.F UNDER200K 34 ft. House Boat, Sleeps $32,000. 850-762- 3fa s 1d 2 o extras, customized e 000 PIa se call 34 $20,33046d-5 a G 4 233$104500- 79 w4-7add826.
fresh home rown 5 6 od., asking 3 free. $57,000 OBO seri- Red, 7K manual Gas Saver.ranty,712-1531 ,


JACK10, $20 bSON ala 850-526-8367 W12000 al 334 ousinquiries only. 334- $19,500nealiero. CanFord '98 Taurs 1, RA linen V
5235FRMS.Corn field/sweet |d,, TVs $40 39 Chevrolet '870 Cairat miles, V6, $2600, Call T optindual climate air,
$4 p Pic r-,ut1.,2eY.Coupe.71Kactualmi. JAMES1GRAHonda'03VT 1800topsam/f trad o p (3)13699-5M48su. wag.6$150000et





b Pox,$8tanoni nNewg 3/2 1100 sq' Btown. h- -, '... Black, Motorcycle. Gar- iw/cd playeyDr. 53,284K.(4) 899-84481 v. msg. ( 0 heated seath automat-
ushk .y 84 E Tile/ i 0 atey 3 2000 miles. Showroom 4214or34-596-0214 gray interiord 95' AC. $2800 MUSTANG 93 CONVERT- t teeng he
34-522-3756. -i p Eko.t O99900 8507628185 6 If 6 lheP condition.. Backrest / 334-406-3334 (Dothan) BoLE, needs some work, controls, side curtain

Ridge o Hwy ? 69 tk R A -- ~0 1 'r. .. U.rd-' shield. $8700 33-445 Take over payments Nissan '03 350Z Touring and rear air. $ 23,800
dda/wtr ov9. 3EATONr 2 e seatains chars, base-tS pack. 61K m. new tires 334-701-8555/334-685-
ConnoShiver's shelled to Paront &P t l $4zwsu0. m80. Please 6t B & raks Ale. bl $1950OBO.




is on the left 3146 Pa- TLOCATION sl esreatr$,0-7-a cross Dirt Bike excChevy 32 Original body 0381or 334695-0381 interior. 334-803-37, 2.5 turbo
ront Rd. $6 per 5 gal. 30ft Hunter Sail Boat hen hardwood floors, Damon 96 Daybreak ond.,oadd.,edGreat Read to Rce & frame, 350 engine, AT Shape..$10,500, Volkswagon, 73k miles Auto
bucket. Bring your own turn key Live Aboard: good 33-032 Motorhome. 31 ft. First $975 takes it! Call Trans., extras! Must Nissan '05 Maxima SL, w/manual shift option,
bucket. Other varieties great weekend et 6872684334-703-0125 Cleansps 6. Great (334)4-2044 see to appreciate! Sri- 334-699-5766 334-79fully loaded, ex. coned., dual air climate control
will be ready in a week. ood condaskilrimg 3865 er.. Comes w/ 2-whl, GasSaver. ous 712-1531q. only. $20,000 rior, 40k miles, top of1 owner, $18,500. mmor seats, CD/a-
freshh m e gro $5tS/,O$0S/s nt. Joe, FLa s1 K 2Tre9l Ttrail k e r, cardolly.334-792-0619 likes i ds obo. 3342372-4122 Honda 05 Civic EX Spe- Call(334)714-1671 hREpayer, s gold wo
A STA el SBO Call 850-227-4034 as ,000, Call Chvridnter, 20 See t Chevy '68 Cavaliero, Editio, P Nissan '08 AltimaE 2.5 S, wara 0,9R 334
abutlu, I borO,3alsmilesapd', $600i4, 1kCmileslthextended i7nesunro/f48r









Home. Great for camp- HONDA '0 VTX 100 PSC 6.50 1/8P, beautiful car 009198442586 warranty, 1 500OBOner, likheated seatsautomat-
Frunnerso4nstrokeaeg,0l 6 t mor C ark model legs hunting, fishing. Cruiser, 1,700 miles, $12,500. 334-687-9788 Honda '05 Civit Hybrid new condition. $17,900
dualtraler uscoverstLo g Conthsp ede f k e $6700,a334-762-2541 black & chrome, Vance or334-695-4499 Gold, 33,000 miles. 334-750-4698
ecle codin mtsp1100 sq' Btown.erfec t for. ,, aclBlack, Motorcycle. Gar- w/cd pGmyer. 53,284K. r(a50)209-3453mic










ox, canng to amaha G 80R 04 Red- $14,000 fr both 334- lot, hunting cabin or Airstream '93 34 ft. deisel aust 500 3 Chevy '91 Caprice, 4-dr. bl mpg Nissa n '74 tsun 26kZ,
/White 2-cyt 160 Hrs 687-075 mother in law suite On 64.000K mi. exc. cond. 695-9269 334-695-9265 new .paint, Burgundy in $16 5 3891.- Nat. will tart. needs
S$12 bushelLwy 00 20 3644, 200HondaRan0 miles. Showroom 4214 or 334- 96-0214 gra y interior, AC. $2800 MUSTANG 93 CONVERT-

2 &3BR APARTMENTS & front & rear lie welscontrols, call334-791-2609 Pkmdsidecurt 31'L, sleeps 6 cond $10,500 ain0. 334- KAWASAKI 05KLXa110 inall360-460-8208 3
MOBILE HOMES FOR and bai8507628185condition.t well, lots of Bakexcellent conditionBackrest Full 565-3160/504-223 $,100like new exc. (Dotan) -
RENT $525-$45e/MO ora. fully euied 28 ft. Allegro, well a-cod (334)445 4304 6 Irm.^ -iS. ru
n I r ,- 4 2 slids a hug dooakept. 1 Ce rack w / band Chevy '07 HHR Exc. $1200Fi tCrmd C ve482-2636ri bs $,
Ci,5 '. wi.,A i'-i'i .A, Satellite. W/D hookup. 334-792-8018 or 334- new. $3000da 334w791- cod. shfIr rnba-r ke. 334-774-9243.
2 A..n ro *,r. vertible 40th teem. ad- ,,'' r^ii---bt. M it.d.-.m. nrage kept, 96K miles,
U-Pick White Elite Peas- alBot1,5 7 Corve d.:l E


















Sditiuon, r.uby8 red, 0 i.rnoOtdi n, r t te d vr en LEX US '02 LX470, A Pearl fortune up and c4d lea n p. 9,000,229-334-8719
[la n Daid etaci.w c tune up $16C 500 d 8a0- cyl. 4 W D. 85,000 s
4.6 miles N of Grand c, '- l-a'Takel.. oveir 20 Kytm5ZT3-06 r thuddriver LOADEDGreatcOnI I-









Ridge rin rHw69 rae7iiRrTI ,r. rsh, 2e. w l 34 5 @aoi.com- $204,985 334-798-527o1. peil.Ih1 rl d.- Fr-0, 4-
Newly Remodeled 1650 sq. 440 wood, 34' e 2 sliesngine, good rear8 Lexus '95 LS400, rs .r 4-1 '2.5turbo
_ft. Office Space For Rent, ont $5,000 000 $8,500.334-983-4941 $13000, 3 ia Bo__tgdc good, all options, ael -.aI.
Clinton Sket. Bring y$1200/mo 334-687-4634own or 334-596-4170 leaveTrans., extras! message 1997 our Winds Class C Kawaaki 06 ZX-10R s wor05 Ma2500xima SL, w/manua shift option,
b850-573-0960 Ranger '91 Bass Boat, 1994 Master Craft Pr -- 1 31 ft, A/C, stove, micro- Black, Motorcycle. 3200 s9101 rtr eri tI.. -n- .
Blue 8 silver. v r t 2002 35' DUTCHMAN wave, fridge, s6fa, di- miles, runs well, low iy.tii., 2 c naicr dvry -
. M y .iarn.r Star 25, Immaula 5TH Wheel, 2BD, nette. $24,900. Call 334 miles, Great cond., Clhevy'94 Camaro, Mazda 04' RX8, 62,00 rare car $6,500 334-792- che'7 Belairts, Cdoor/
418 FaS/Areage Wtso ceoes 1.5BA 2 slides, excl- dolly. 3791-1450 619 Classifie $7000,334-687-8624. bo. 334-3Sedan. 5-s4122d. miles. Runs great. Bo 4100 or 334-618-9101 ssett playNew interim gold w/tan
579-"182 h 141 Oti t /79 94 $18000 3346915 s bmespec ialntyd steering, CD,0i0, 850-55 07-61t99a 4 .5S77ke334473 t0k
5* OBOICallI.nt e n 850-227-40348 HP asking $10,000, Call Chevrolet '92 printer, 2050 Chevy '68 Camero, race a wacraes nd must $1N,900sandlo a 3S,

m E STf Afrd, FL. TE 50- Yamaha. Garaged. (4)677-3827 ft. self contained Motor ft s car,468 Call (334) 333-2988 T-Tos5 spd. 36500 15k mes, extended uto mmculate ond. 33
dual trailer w/covers 1 Log Cainused 3 $6700,334-762-2541 black & chrome, Vance or 334-6195- 4499 $ Ms se 334-0-8










4t4 Ho .Ret P,ir,, 0 i o-ar, tm ex- I GreatIcond. 00 0-50M, extras in- 648-3171Pontiac '00 Trans 74Am, Datsun 26,
Yamaha G 80R '04, Red- $14,000 for both 334- lot, hunting cain08 Ailite Travel Tra irstream 'r334 ft. deiselhaust, $9500, Call CHEVY 500 OBO 334- Cevy '91 Caprice d.5red, loaded, leather, 6
$00/m. 850209759 /White. 2-c1 160 Hrs. 67-08 s s king $7w mWrk Hr seisuite.ne64.K mi. ex. $1,650. C el $0.Cal5 334-696- iIRE -NLY!81t aBe u pl sa, a ee -
your lot, ready to $25,000334-792-1079. & out. Good condo. 96K Jeep '05 Grand Cherokee. re4 6 F s























mo850-762-3252. 334-792-0885 or tires. battery. etc A '03 Class A Monoco La se legal. $800 334- ,rs.':'... ...:.r. Aui s, . white, 6-cyl., CD. 115k 18K miBlackMSTA71
Fair- .-.nd-.r.79-240$2000,i234, 1 m. ermove. len,,00 go $600 80 347-























3BR/1.5A, n corner of 34714-0401. Pama 2 slides. Honda Rancher2 WD /- $4,200. OBO or trade. 58,000. miles. Hwy 3772
Park & Davis St. (Maria- Nitro '07 w/ 9HP. Been T rai- bath Loaded! Incl. car SUZUKI '06 C50T. Mo 334-793-7989. ms.MustSell! '
na); $775/mo + dep in water only 3 times. Great condi- dolley & all furnishings torcycle. $7500. Call9 acr$15,999.: .OBO-Pleaser ,n 791'-16 .-












850-42-2886. Over $1K worth of Work-n-Pla$15 2006', 28ft, (dishes, towels, etc) 334-379-7315. Please 2005 Gulf Stream Cavil a ..
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855794622 or 573- sailboat, trailer motor $34,500 OBO 850-547- condition. $6000 will fi- extra seats. $15,000 extras, low hours, Orange $37,900Offer immaculate. $185,000. Dealer $12,900 334-726- 334-794-744, 334-797-
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612 Heavy Tks/ 624 Pick.up Trucks 624 Piic Trucks 24. Pikup Tracks 624 Pick-up Trucks 624 Pick-up Trucks 627 S rtUilty 627 Sor tilty:627 S ility 627 ls
Frelottliner 92' 60 series Chevy 95 ext cab, 4X4 GMC '00 Sierra SLE Toyota '97' Tacoma 200k Buick '07 Rainier, By Chevrolet '02 Tahoe LT
Fuler transmission, Good loaded, lots of chrome, Extended Cab. Gray. All miles, AC, CD, 5 speed, owner, 2WD, 6 cyl, Sil- White, Auto. 8-cyl. "'
for log truck or long haul. aluminum wheels. BY power! Excellent good condition, bedlin- ~ I ver Leather, Power, 2WD. 91,000, Loaded,
$9000. 850-638-7290/850- $4500.334-791-2609 condition. 138k mi. er & tool box 334-797- 18,000 m. $22,500 neg., Great cond. $12,000
527-2229. $8000. 334-791-3081. 6186:7 t Call 334-370-3921 O.B.O. (334) 726-0193.
GMC 06 8ft box truck, die Ford '05 F-250 Lariat GMC '06 Sierra Z71, loaded, You Name It... Buick '07 Rainier, 1 one
sal, a xle Itr uesm isi Oft road pgk. White 28k mi., ext cab, still un- Classified Has It!!!iii 4 owner, leather, BOSE, On-
27ksel auto transmission with matching ARE der wrnty. $21,500. Call Star, 18k miles, garret-
27k miles. 523-500, Call topper. 4 WD. Crew 334-347-7353or464-2659 CLASSIFIEDS /gray, $21,000 neg, fac-
334-673-4852-_____ .r ,Cab, 15,000, miles. We're Working For You' TOYOTA '06 TACOMA tory warranty. 334-685- CHEVROLET 07 TAHOE Chevy 01 Tahoe LT, 116k
Volvo '97 dump truck v Loaded, power Infinity '04 FX 45, 38,600 .. .. SILVER, Truck. Auto. 6- 1261 or 334-677-3281 Z71, 4WD, 13,000 MI.!, 2 mi., sun roof, Ithr. 3rd
64, tri-axe, 16 ft. bon, brakes, power steer- miles, fully loaded, cyl 4 WD. 29000, Load- DVD'S, NAV., BACK UP seat, heated seats, TV,
ext. side, R swing ba-. ing, CD, A/C, AM/FM, navigation, rear view ....- ed, Power brakes, Pow- CAME-RA, LEATHER, 3 ALL power, new tires,
door. $21,900, 334-685- - stereo, low miles, camera, grayish, exc. er steering, CD, A/C, SEATS, PD 51K, SELL fact. wrrnty. $12,500
2772 or 334-671-7632 Chevy '98 S-10 ext.cab. leather int. very cond., $31K, 718-6640 AM/FM, stereo, runs FOR $36,900 FIRM, Call. OBO.678-350-8442.
124K. mi.4.3eng. Good clean warranty, Like well, low miles, very *' Chevrolet '01 Tahoe LT. 334-684-6291
cond. 3dr. coolair new. $31,500. Cal Nissan 04' Frontier XE clean, warranty, Like 4xleather. I ow646291Chevy 00 Tahoe, LT, 4x4,
S.334-494-278 50"527- truck silver, liner, clean, warranty, Like '
621 Parts & Access $4403448505271516d5 sd manual, 4-cyl, ew. $23,900, 334-475- 1, mi Sunroof. 3rd black w/tan leather.
ar A.pwr pkg, of extras, 3600. a. 145K, winch & brush
Camper shell, one yr. old. Chevy 05'SilveradoCrew 46K mi $9,900; 850-594- Toyota 00 Tacoma Pre- g $9950 OBO 793-0861
Fits F-1O '99, Black, CabTrack. Loaded with 4921vmsg Toyota '00 Tacoma Pr-Cr.r,91302059070861
Fits F-150 '99, Black, CabTruck.Loaded-594with I 49211runer ext. cab, brush Classifieds have what Cadillac '03 Escalade ,: : V r
Like new. $600. Call extras$18,000.850-594- BUYIT guard, tool box, new all you are looking for. ESV, 1 owner, 92 K mi., 1 rrr, ]
334-347-2717.32__82. :',". SELLIT tires, great shape. 121K 8.000 mi. warranty re- ,n'. i ,,r, %3 r',rj ,r, i 3,,5
FO U R 2 4" R IM S C hevy 05'Silverado C rew S E L IT r c.'. I ;T 0 I, 3 JI 1 K ,8 00, i0- .' a s k i n g i r -
$1800 for all Cab Truck. Loaded with ' ~ 7., T..m : '" 34793-9193 h y 05 Tahoe,
(850)209-3453ifno extras $18,900. 850-594-, ,Jr , I Pr, a.."" $ U M L Chevy '05 Tahoe,
answe(850)r 209-3453r eave message as$18,000.850-594- 2 ,, unr.. r :r. 1 CHEV 4 A,.alnche Z71 334-430-3652. Chevy Blazer'01, White White, leather, CD,
answer leave message 3_,:, I .. ,] I V ;."i" .r,.- e. I- ir-.. b.i i)A call 334- Ch AT 6-cyl 4WD, 130k, PB 3rd Row., on-star/
Vestil, new 6'X30' pro- Chevy '01 Silverado, Ext Ford '01F150 Super Cab n.:.o. L.I.'. n.:,-, 6A b,.3., P.ri ".r ,:1:n 695.27 r Jla K PS, CD, A/C, AM/FM, XM, 2WD, 40,500
table ramp for sale or cab LS. Exc. cond. Lariat, loaded, leather r ,,-, .p;:,n C.im a .l i ,:-r i4 .: ,1 2 )., J ru.,,. 69, LT loaded, 4WD, 90i sunroof, $6500, 334- miles, ver clean,
etramp for sale s or cab LS Ec cs 0 t I$: ..yr a Needa a .Home? mies, blue, greatcond.,lean
long term lease. ,5,. s n -,.",,; ,J.W,, r-- JA, ;,:" r, yrs. Cim eut $9 00 334 724822 793-0677. $18 500 Cal 334899
2 2 9-8 6 9-10 0 8 .aC ,,: i. ., L ,9,0 (.' ,'4 ).7 22r2' L 1 I i i s ie d s o r7 09 9
iE. t-i i ., i. *i:. i .. .14 / king cab Leather Chevy 200 Blazer 4x4 LX,
Astkng$ )~.i 334- L o a d e d, 1 ow n e r Toyota '99 Tacoma 4X4 Toyota -'02 Tacoma Chevrolet'99 S10 Blazer, Chevy '06 Tahoe LT 99k mi., 4dr., auto, fully Chevy '03 Trailblazer LT,
624 Pick-up Trucks 794-8068 Ford 98' F150, V8, Automat- 13,500K mi. $24,000 single cab 4 cyl. auto, SR5, Ext. Cab.Mustbe Good A/C New trans., Loaded 40K mi. White loaded, all pwr, white, seats 8, exc. condition.
ic, cruise, power wind- 334-794-8295. before 31/1050 allterrian tires, refinanced- loan balance w/warr., new tires, w/ Tn. New tires. 2nd new tires, very clean. 14,000 actual mi., orig.
Chevy '02 Silverado L.S. /door/mirror. reg. cab, 10am or v. mess. 334- 120,k $9,000 OBO 334- $12,000.86kmi.,exc. clean, runsgreat!!!!! owner, Exc. Cond., $5,900 OBO. 334-598- price- $36,000, asking
AP ext. cab, 2500HD 73K exc. cond. $4500 850-594- 648-0780. 685-7207 850-258-3018 cond. Call 334-475-1785. $3900. (334) 596-5032 $24,000, 334-899-5903 9068 or 477-3325 $16,600 334-333-1685
mi. leather, loaded w/ 7655.
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Chevrolet '05 1500 Crew, .'
LS, White. 5.3L, 2WD. t, r i.,
27,200 mi., AM/FM CD, S I ..n ',.4,2' LI'
Dual Zone A/C, Cloth, J
Tow pkg, Alu Whis, Ir,,., Ia r 5 ,r w|r
$14,950 obo, Call 334- Lh ; I r
774-6869. -u' ., / ,1r. '--:
Chevrolet '04, 2500 LS',r i 'ri '
Crew Cab. 21,100 one .'- Ir. C'... ,: 1,4 i.. I,'.4
owner road miles, 6.0 C '', a. .-...
V&. Mobill oil only. All ', ., 'v ;156I- .r
power, 6 disc CD. Like ... ..
new in every respect. ,,., ',,_ '__,I__.r._,_.:,___
$16,500 firm. Call 334- ,:-t. t. ,, p oo. :.. i..
790-7018.` 'o, 0' ,:. D t, ;'.-e :' n m w
,08:,.. ,,0 ,,, .AC/Heating Construction Entertainment Hom e Land ntwnSprigging
BUY, ME lo 11 a .improvement Clearing Service i gn
BUY ME] Iea tier, 8k miles,
ering whee oFord- 3F150XL Vickery TINDALL Heard
.. r i :. : Black, 5-spd Manua Cn traction, LLCBa CONSTRUCTION SPRIG6 ING
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47,000 Miles, Power m i -Ita i n Crsi-ti *Sciandvet SERVICE
S r. , ,. 0 Po N w Homes Starting -Social Eventse rementSi 0Land Clearing i
exendd :,'4. w'ra steer ng, Cruise, PAt 60/Sq.Ft. Wedding Receptions H e Pond Construction 850-209-2809

Chevrolet 06 LT Crew Cofin W- / stand CD Rec- Package Great coend IF.ll.YorEnertai m.et *Reasonable Rates Free Estimae. IBP
Su/multi-disc changeriOver $8,925/0,0

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vio r, brus You NameuIt..6 Ford '97 F150 XLT Sup errt Cl ub
exc oed. $21,500.00 Cl assified Has It! Cab, Triton V- 8,i an- (850) 573-1880 n U Visa D Masterca rdU Disc ver 2941616.
Call 33207-8714. mod plate tool box,
Ca114-2- 74 Dodge '00 Dakot3a SLT be d lercodbedli extrender, Robinso Een ng Pw er -
Chev72* Z719,ieeW 714-4210 or 677-6007 Clay ONealS\ I o asig & Buildings
Dodge 05' 3500 Quad Cab FORD 06' F250 XLT, 4WD, Heating&C00ingL. LClad 'Neals Ba6 w -K S
Dually. Cummins Turbo Diesel, White, 60K ''Land#leaCing Inc. Eloriorila o
Cruise, t$20,500. 850- Cal334-7236-4821 -o *'Sls *FieldFence 7. Cutting -rMarianna,
850-594-9931 Ford '979 Lariat F250, Su- g 0 B*Horse Wile C tgi Sora
gulard, xouNskOMRringCnI.imat Controlled

4 Auto, $11,995.00. exc. cond. $14,900. 334-9 Lic# CAC058726 RDETIA
extended warranty 4 Ford '601 Ranger P/U, S o nn- *Pay 1 Month- Get
69,000 miles. ..0'3 ayper Cab, V6 AT, loadedONSRUCIhi


A/C, runs well, Great i.,- $8300, Ca33 l (334) We Se-72-Tice All
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COBper1DutyBAiuto.6gT.2WD.2k, For rckrew -r CHARDEE BOARD Chainlink hre eO,,,O,, ndang
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Ford '91 XLT, Runs. Body
Ford '07 F250 Diesel, good, Needs head gas-
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100k mi. PD 52K. Like Ford '04 XLT Super Cab,
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SFord'01 F-150 4DR XLT V8 0751 -
Chevrolet '98 Z71 P/U Triton, 76K, Tow pack- F o r d '07 XLT 250
Fleetside Ext. cab, 3 age True workhorse! Supercab 4x4 Diesel.
Dr, 98K mi., Very Clean $12,000, 850-215-1338 Maroon and grey. 6,000
asking $9995 OBO. 3j4- mi.Gooseneck ball in
790-23649334-793-100534 Ford '01 F-150 4DR XLT mie d xGoosne ball in
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Bose, PSR, DVD, Exc 1338 GMC '06 Canyon, 5 cyl., 17K
cond. warranty, mi. loaded, like new,
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3331. service truck. $8,000 r O b nCal1334-797-4576
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115,500, Call (334) 897- t ;. -
F' ..rd'05 F-250. 50k miles.
-:king $10,500. Call
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Excellent condition., son, cruise, tilt, air, 11
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$17,000. Call 334-677- w/ Rhino. G.ooseneck
3133/797-5341 30K 5th Wheel, 20K mi.,
no trades, $47K, Call
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& S~~l .^ C' rew-cab, 8 ft. bed.
Ford '02 F-150 74k miles, Loaded! $30,000. Call
excellent condition, 334-714-0210.
4DR, solid white ,fll GMC0 Dum D
loaded $15,000. GMC '07 Duramax Diesel
334-983-1860 25,000K mi. $38,500
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Crewcab, 36K, exc.. brush guard. 103k mi.
cond. a/c, auto, $7,900. Cal 334-693- GMC 91' Jimmy 4x4, 6.2
PS/PW/PDL, tonneau 5454, leave message. Diesel 4 in lift. Alumi-
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roof, blue & tan. 89k mi 46K mi., new BFGoo- loaded, 7 passenger
towing pkg. Reduced drich All Terrain tires, rear air $4,500. 334-299-
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'ALLY RU, nrlcLEY
Like seclusion. Try living in tuckhorn Creek area on this 4.44
acres, short distance to Bay county line. This is a lovely piece of
property. $26,500


HWY 2, 80NIFAY, FL
Here is 18 acres of beautiful open land w/ some trees. This
would make a great home site. Located in the north Holmes
county bordering AL. $114.000


to move Located in quiet neignoornooo close to known in lara
Estates. Home features open floor plan, large unfinished base-
ment. back deck. and shaded yard. MLS#08-806 $179,900.





138 GENE WILLIAMS RD. BR/3BA 4-sided brick home.
Formal LR & Dh w/ separate family room. Large Master BR
w/ spa tub & separate shower & his & a her walk-in closet.
Custom kitchen cabinets, ceramic tile & hardwood floors,
large rooms, fireplace. 2 car garage, deck. workshop & 2
barns all conveniently located near 1-10 and sits on 10
acres fenced.'Reduced &.Negotiable,Bring ALL Offers'.
MLS#07-735 $300,000.


Spacious Home in Live Oak Subdivision Located Just Minutes from
Downtown Blountstown. FL. Property Features a Paved Drive. Large
Shed w/ Covered Fish Cleaning Station & Large Covered Area for a
Boat, Lawnmower etc. Home sits on 3.46 Acres w/ Pond Frontage
and is Nicely Landscaped with a Fenced in Back Yard & has Oak &
Pecan Trees Surrounding the Property. MLS#08-542 $209.000.





5918 HANSFORD RD Very nice 3/2 on 1+ acres Enjoy the
countryand beconvenientto 1-10.Completely updated. Custom
cabinets and ceramic tile in kitchen & baths. Nice open deck on
back of home. Detached 2 car garage and nice work shop.


Locateo less man 4s minutes from ranama unCy ana only 0
miles southwest of Marianna. Includes 3 miles of equestrian
trails, large nature park 30+ acres, scenic walking trails, and
2nd magnitude spring fed creek. MLS#07-2739


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SPRING CHASE LANE Beautiful waterfront lot in Spring
Chase subdivision with 83.46 ft of Merritt's Mill Pond
frontage. MLS#08-889 $99,000.
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- I 5416 10TH ST. MALONE Investment Opportuni.ty
WARNOCK R, FOUNTAINI Recently updated convenience store in the heart of Malone.
Kn uRDn, RluUNTBIN Fl. Turn-key operation already up and running
Nice level lot of 2.5 acres in secluded area, near Panama City MLS#08-772
Located near U.S. 231, which takes you into Panama City or I ,
pointsnorth. $26,500 .9,,,, .


Gause & Associates Realty
Highway 71 South
MARtANNA, FLORIDA
jLM 850-482-7990 1
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Beautiful new home in desirable neighborhood. Close to town,
shopping and schools. Built to stringent 130 m.p.h.wind code, with
7/12 roof pitch, CraneBoard siding, 9 foot ceilings, good sense
insulation, thermopane windows, heat pump, solid wood cabinets,
rolled edge counters, 20' sxbxs refr., smooth top range, land-
scaped yard, 2 decks, Realtor owned. MLS# 07-1439 $214,800


Enjoy country living at its finest in this completely refurbished
3BR/2BA mobile w your very own Cypress Pond in the back yard.
Prop features open/split floor plan w Ig kich & living complete w fire-
place. Mstr BA has sky light & huge walk-in closet. Prop is gorgeous
- see hnotos or better vet, in person. MLS # 08-1049 $ 93.300


Very new, well maintained, 3BR/2BA MH on 3.45 acres in a
secluded country location 6 miles outside Marianna. Property is
spectacular w Ig Oaks providing shade for your hm & a Ig deck
that overlooks your own pvt woods. Open fir plan, center island
& picture window in kitchen, walk-in closets in ea BR, lovely mas-
ter bath, plantation blinds, extra insulation, security Ights on each
corner. Come see MLS# 08-821 S109,000


liewly consblruULc U IUUUIdli IUIII u iUlt to U U [ll.p.h.I WIlnU GUUto
in brand new Carriage Oaks Subdivision. Complete with heat
pump, good sense insulation, therinopane windows, sheetrock
walls, 2 X 10 floor joist, 2 X 6 exterior walls, stove, refrigerator,
dishwasher, 12 'X 20 parking pad with cement walkways.
Underground utilities with city water. Close to town, shopping,
and schools. Realtor owned. MLS# 07-1047 $117,000.






Spectacular Older Home that has been renovated to please
modern tastes. Home features 3BR/2BA, new wood flooring, 12
ft ceilings, 3 fireplaces, gorgeous molding, 3 porches, and a
bright, airy kitchen.You truly must see this home in person; you'll
fall in love. Property includes a 1300sqft apt/studio/mother-in-law
suite. Located in a lovely section of town close to Chipola
College. #08-964 $179,000


Home features all the ammenities. 5BR5.5BA. Gorgeous Mstr Suite w
.FR designer closet & patio overlooking pool Plantation blinds, treyed
ceilings, niceile floors throughout home. Lower level features over-
sized entertainment room w wet bar, triple french doors that open to
pool & lanai & private guest quarters. Impressive! #08-1160 $449,900


a 1/2 acre lot down Neals Landing Rd and within easy commut-
ing distance to Manranna. Home features a spacious kitchen
that's open to your living area complete w FR With over 1900
* square feet of living space, you'll have plenty of room for the
whole family at an affordable price. #08-1056 $59,000












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4325 B Lafayette St.
482-7788 800-852-5755
Sneads
7965 Hwy. 90
593-0088 209-4936
Chipley
846 Fifth St.
S638-2777 866-638-2777
Greenhead
Kathy Milton 5471 Hwy. 71 Chipley
Broker I Owner 850-773.7100 866-730-7100
www.chipola.com
Serving Customers In Alabama & Florida
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WA1IE KFKUIN 1 UN IVUILUKIVlIUK LAIK,!
Peaceful & serene with gorgeous views and nat-
ural beauty of this picturesque lake is so desir-
able. Electricity, well, and ghostly cleaned and
cleared. Highway frontage. UNBELIEVABLE
PRICE AT ONLY $99,000!MLS #: 08-1093


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Marianna
4325 B Lafayette St.
482-7788
800-852-5755
Sneads
7965 Hwy. 90
209-4936
Chipley
846 Fifth St.
638-2777
866-638-2777
Greenhead
Kathy Milton 5471 Hwy. 71 Chipley
Broker / Owner 850-773-7100
866-730-7100
www.chipola.com
Serving Customers In Alabama & Florida
Voted #1 real estate office in our area
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SMOKEYV ROAD 6 ") i.:.e: i::. r --. :- '':"':. i:.-
acre. Would make great homesite only minutes from
Campbellton and Graceville. Mostly cleared.
M#i.1047 $4.0 00. nnn


AFFORDABLE New Home in Marianna! This 3/2 w/ 2 car
garage completed in '07 sits on beautiful corner lot.
Comes w/ top of the line appliances, upgraded carpet &
vinyl, upgraded fixtures, office space. So much more!
REDUCED! Now $149,9001 MLS #: 07-2316


PRESTIGIOUS EXECUTIVE HOME now avail-
able in North Oaks Subdivision. This 4/3.5 shows well
from the foyer going into the sunken living room.
Breakfast area & large kitchen w/plenty of cabinets.
Separate DR. New tile, new carpet thru out home. All
new paint. Detailed crown moulding throughout home.
Upstairs bed & bath w/large entertainment area/multi-
purpose room/office. Lrg back patio. A Must See!
$399,000 MLS #08-975


80-ACRE MINI FARM with 2 years new 3200 sq.ft.
bedroom 2.5 Baths, 'Designer Finishes, Gourmet
Kitchen with SS Appliances, Study, llxll.3 Master
Closet, 2 Car Garage. Under Roof sq. ft., 4,472.
Rocking Chair Front Porch with view of majestic drive,
Screened Porch with Deck Overlooking cleared 20
Acre with stocked fishpond and 20 X 30 Metal barn
with 1 bdrn apartment. $1,299,000 MLS #: 08-502





IMMAUULAIE I l .i i,,Jni.',i ,,t i 1 Zr: pi.. r':r.el
Completely updated. All new appliances, all new carpet,
all new tile. New paint. New front deck, new skirting. All
like new. 5 minutes from town. Recent FHA approval.
$89,900 MLS #: 08-554
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EXECUTIVEI ENWIAE located on 62 beautiful acres
south of Chipley. This 2 story southern living home is
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
master bed & bath. Comes with 3 car garage. This
home- ir.g S94,.,- Ao n9 n -00 c MI #:o 0 io


ULTTIE DOVE RANCH on 13.6 acres just 40 minutes from PC
Beach. Horse ready. Big grandaddy oaks. Approx. 6 acres of
pasture. Updated farm house and bunk house, fenced &
cross fenced. 1/4 acre blackberry orchard w/ irrigation. Large
shop, bam, greenhouse. Beautiful! $274,500 MIS #f 08-365


LIKE NEW 3/2 home on Highway 90. New metal roof,
new vinyl siding, Hardwood floors, gorgeous yard, heat
pump, pecan trees, fig trees, 3 outside buildings,
partially fenced. Possibly great business location. All
this for $139,5001 MLS #: 08-851


NICE HOME located on paved street in Chipley. Great
for first time home buyer, retirees, or rental property. This
3/1 house comes with beautiful hardwood floors, well
maintained beautiful yard. 3 car carport Detatched work-
shop. In uliet neighborhood. $89.900 MLS #: 08.89


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BELOW RECENT APPRAISAL Nice 14x70 2 bedroom 2
bath mobile hom on 3/4 acre. Nice Yard. Large Shade
trees. High & dry lot. Inside & Out Immaculate! Large
back covered patio. Apprx 6 miles out of Marianna. All
this for $52,5001 MLS #: 08-807


WELL ESTABLISHED BUSINESS!
Owner retiring, great 'Mom & Pop' business. Turn key subi-
ness for sale. Comes wtih everything including all inventory
& food in freezcrs. Excellent location! Priced to sell at ONLY
$38,500! Does NOT include real estate. Low monthly lease.


lAn U Hill0'.4.I '.- n ..ltb. ojuu t Uon vwate u u 1tmUt
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 enjoy
the view! All for $199,000! MLS #: 08-292


North of Wal-Mart. & 0.63 mile North of the new tractor sup-
ply location. Set back requirements are as follows: 30' from
front. 1' from sides. & 20' from back MLS#08-411
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a UKEY UA K WAY urand new constructon in
Greenfleld subdivision. Come see this 3Bd/2Ba beauty 9 ft.
ceilings throughout, 2 car garage, and additional attic stor-
age. Staggered custom cabinets and stainless steel appli-
ances in kitchen. Beautiful ceramic tile. hardwood floors. &
7.25' crown. 1655 sq. ft. heated & cooled with patio and
covered porch: MLS#08-286 $220,000
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Ia1 Moi I LAnEi -Lovely coru R OA nouse on t e w9n
Fairway of Dogwood Lakes. Loft bedroom upstairs, nice
large family room with lots of windows, new flooring. Walk
to the Clubhouse for a round of golf. Enjoy the surround-
ings in the large sunroom. MLS#07-566 $135,000.


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4325 B Lafayette Street Marianna, FL

RENTALS

MARIANNA
* 2BR/2BA town house. Garbage pick-up, pest control
and lawn maint. Include with rent. Monthly rent and
security deposit is $575.00, six month lease, no pets
or smoking.

* 2BR/1BA home, all electric, $375. Monthly
and security deposit, six month lease.

* 4BR/1.5BA home, fenced backyard, fire pit, all
electric, hardwood floors, $950 monthly rent
and security deposit, six month lease.
COMPASS LAKE
* Weekly Vacation Rental Available. 5BR/4BA, pri-
vate beach, dock, gazebo, grill, boat lift. Come
and enjoy the beautiful sunsets on Compass Lake.
$2000 weekly rate.


GRACEVILLE
* 2BR/1BA, all electric, completely remodeled
with hardwood floors, $675 monthly rent and
security deposit, six month lease, no pets or
smoking.

ALFORD
* 2BR/2BA, all electric, large yard, 1100 SF,
$500 monthly rent and security deposit, six
month lease, no pets or smoking.

* 3BR/2BA home with a nice yard and storage
shed. Neat and clean. $750 monthly rent and
security deposit.


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REAL ESTATE Real Estate

Gina C. Stuart
Broker/Owner CRS





(850) 482-4494
1-800-866-4497
(850) 209-7150 Eve.
E-mail: info @ kbconnor.com
website: www.kbconnor.com
4389 Lafayette Street
P.O. Box 357
Marianna, Florida 32447


5454 10th STREET, Malone. Pristeen home in immaculate
condition. Over 1800 square feet of living area, ponderosa
pine paneling in den and Master Bedroom. 100' x 190' lot
with large oak trees. $129,900.






COMPASS LAKE 394 LAKEPOINT DRIVEThis home is
situated on PRIME location of the lake!! It is an
absolute "must see!" Ask for Gina. $495,000


2933 GREEN ST. HISTORIC, true victorian
home has been authentically restored. Features
of this home include 3 marble fireplaces, 13'
ceilings, heart pine floors & Mohawk laminated
wood flooring, crown molding thorughout, orig-
inal bead-board wainscoting in DR, custom
dranes & plantation shutters. $299.900


nuoo LAIKE nuLilco 5UUnI I IL b tllsO
being on vacation every day! Beautiful
home, beautiful lake, great
workshop/barn, and it's on 4 acres!! See
this one! $359,000


3069 6V" STREET -4 eaOr-ori ornm e tniri
split level design near Jackson Hospital
and Chipola College. Large family room
with fireplace, formal LR and formal DR.
1.2 acre corner lot. $196,500


18 HOLE GOLF COURSE ADJOINS this
home at the 8th hold. 3 bedrooms, brick
and in super condition. Dogwood Acres,
S Bonif 159900


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






2679 CHOCTAW TRAIL Indian Springs. POOL!
Spacious brick home on wooded, acre lot. Very
well built and energy efficient! Call us! $289,900


4390 HAUcrnoU U, ijun..,J .it' Jn:,[
north of Greenwood off Hwy. 71. Nice brick
home, acre lot, barn, lots of fruit trees.
$139,900









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Chipley

2128 sq. ft. mobile home 4 bedrooms & 2 baths Lakefront on
Lake Denise Office/Bonus room off master suite- #07-2312
2915
Appalachee
Trail,
Marlanna

Waterfront home on Merritt Mill Pond *2BR/2B w/office OR UNIQUE
3BR/2BA 1806 sq. ft. home Addilional Waterfront lot available PROPERTY
Spiral staircase to sitting & viewing area #08-527
513 is a horse lovers dream. 3/2 3000sq.ft. home
McPherson with wrap around porch invites you to sit &
Dr., Alford rest. IBR bunk house is a perfect guest house.
4 stall horse barn w/tack room, 2 stall horse
S1568 sq. ft. home 3 bedrooms & 2 baths* 2 acres barn, bahia pasture, stocked pond, on 16'acres
*249 front feet on the lake Dock & 3 outbuildings* #07-1982 and fenced for animals. #08-940 $379,900
2472 Kiwi Trail, Marianna

*20 87atront aeeto n er
*Nicmaffislingde
*2sepict-1forvis mmper Homemandrem NEW har w
f*e& 4BRf3B b 0rickhorfmeB ng rooma & m edroom rw^Ire'.8-707


i-. Hwy. 71 LYNN HAVEN! Old Building of little value on the 3
S Greenwood lots. Zoned low density residential with permission for
JMinor SD, and a survey. you can split property into 2
6 .lots, for 2 homes. Corner lot, large shade' trees in a nice
..... ...r ...: ar.. A.I house per acre neighborhood in Lynn Haven. #08-1059 $125,000
Fronts paved road Detailed package upon request #08-420
Smokey Rd.,


front feet on newly paved State Rd. d 14' cleared ceilnng height
ITruck high loading dock #08-418

-Mriw n 71 North Oaks Spacious brick 3/2 home w/garagp, &
screenedporch. Large formal living room and dining
s &room. All' Bls have walk-in closets. Large master
1. ,, ,,,,m, ,,,n e ,.,, e ,u,,,,,3,,,,, ,,co bedroom has separate entrance, could be mother-n-
SEWER &WATER Co. waterdetentionDeedrestrictionapply#07-3081 law suite. Landscaped I acre lot. #08-541. $175,000

Cottondale


sewer runs down Hwy 231* Co. water down Barber Rd. on S.side of
property* Home & 3288 +/ acres #08 566

N 8 T Brick 1700 SF 3/2 home on 4.99 ac in the coun-
4 .1, sgtry. Fenced for animals. Chain link fencing
around the house. Wet weather pond & 1,456
2119 Aaron Ave.. SF old barn on property. Handicap master bath
Grand Ridge 08-596 $140,000
Z REDUCED FOR QUICK SALE
room Garden tub in master suite 18 x 9 front porch #07-1418
S5332 Ceiley
Street, Graceville

48R9/3B brick home BIG living room & bedrooms
Lots of closets for storage 2 storage buildings MARIANNA Near Downtown. New updates in
*Ai08-1092 this home within past 6 months. 3rd BR being
2960Chase Way, used as utility room. C/A&H. insulated win-
Marianna dows and FP w/Ielectric logs. Old garage/stor-
i, age bldg. #08-598 $69,000
*1stin JacksonCo. CertifiedEnergySlar Home *2743sq .it
*Additional acreage available 4 bedrooms & 3 baths Central Vacuum
System Tankless Gas Waterheater Granite Countrhatops #08-629
-- 4862 Dogwood Dr.
Marianna

*1350 +/ sq.ft. 3 bedrooms & 1.5 baths 1.20 +/- acre lot
S fence back yard Owner financing available* #08-742 Beautiful 3+ acre lot has oak trees and cleared for build-
ing. 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. fish-
ing, rental of cottages, campsites & lodge on McCormick
3060 Hunter Fish Lake, etc. 07-3070 ONLY $37,000 MAKE OFFERI
Camp Road

*2697 sq. ft 4 bedrooms & 3 baths
SNEW: Carpet, Paint, kitchen appliances, light fixtures & more!
Kitchen with breakfast bar Master with loft area #08-627

Ave., Marianna NEW
TEN ACRESI-Immaculate D.W. has split BR design
'1384 sq.ft. updated home 2 car carport* 2 outbuild- Master bath W/garden tub, shower & 2 sinks. All
lngs & 12' x 30' bldg on slab used as outside kitchen BRS have walk-in closets. Large kitchen W/pantry.
Sprinkler system on separate meter #08-1083 Security system. Wood burning FP. RV hook-up.
Wm u/ Storage bldg' Storm windows. Vaulted ceilings.
Welcom hmhd,, Back half of property is wooded..#08-1035 $125,000






.eI' MARIANNA 5 Acres. County maintained mad on North side
.. i,, ,.,,..,,,,,,.,,s, ,, ,, i ,,, ,,i,,,,,,,, of property and a private road on East side. Wet weather area
Family room wllireplace 2 car garage & oulbuilding* Termite bond #08-885 on SE stde. possible pond site. MH ok. #07-1692 $39300.



1441


* 4563 sqft. 4BR/4.5B brick home 18 +/- acres Inground HANDY MAN SPECIAL BEING SOLD "AS IS". Great
macelite pool Stocked cypress pond #08-1131 location South of Bonifay. beautiful property Well and

Rd., Marianna den that could be csed as second bedroom. New bath-


room fixtures and some building supplies are in the
V I house. #08-945 $59,000
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Remodeled w/dbl pane windows, roof, hardwood & tile flooring & [ -
appliances New gunite inground pool w/salt water system & child
safety tence' Formallivin & dining room-#08-1105 COTTONDALE 40 Acres has mature
Choctaw Trail., timber & homesite on back 20 acres. Front
Marianna 20 acres is wet. Excellent hunting.
#06-1863 $200,000.
2247tsq.lthowme NEW groundsaltpool-3bednooms&3haths Lots in Compass Lake in the Hills
*2carattaced&2cardeedgaragevdolfKictmhenvwtegrarer e Subdivision beginning at $15,000
countertops&cstomCabnets-Familyrmwoms e .*#(-510 Sunny Hill is a restricted subdivision
S 3623 Greenfield North of Panama City and the beaches. In-
i Rd., Marianna area of new Bay County Airport. A-2964
6 1 #08-1101 $18,000
*2126 sq It new construction home 3BR/2B garage w/insulated Cerro Gordo Estate, Westville. Enjoy fish-
tile flooring sBalhs w/culturo d marble counlerdops d #08-1103 ing & relaxing near Choctawhatchee River.
llll._u l=nItJ0_ =ln:_InJIhLn Lot has water & septic. #07-2162 $10,000.






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