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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: August 2008
Copyright Date: 2009
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Marianna (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jackson County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States of America -- Florida -- Jackson -- Marianna
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
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Preceded by: Times-courier (Marianna, Fla. : 1947)
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memorable event


BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
Toymakers, artists, musicians and
clowns drew upon their considerable
talents to make the Riverfest in
Sneads a memorable event for adults
and children alike on Saturday.
Following a downtown parade at
10 a.m., festival-goers headed to
Sneads Park and were greeted by a
colorful array of vendors, and music
filled the air.
Klown Kapers co-founder Mimi
Shaw was one who stood out in the
crowd.
Starting with, her mop of purple
and orange hair, from head to toe her
get-up was a riot of color.
Her eye shadow didn't just cover
the lids Shaw painted it on every
inch of flesh above her eyes in verti-
cal streaks of orange, green, yellow
and' white. She batted her jumbo
powder-blue eyelashes at the fasci-
nated children who came to her
booth to have their faces painted with
butterflies or other things.
As she leaned her colorful face in
to work on the little customers, her
bright red nose leading the way, a


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in crash
FLORIDAN STAFF REPORT
Three local people were seri-
ously injured in a traffic crash
Friday, according to Florida
Highway Patrol reports.
Bascom resident Harmon
Perkins, 40, was listed as having
received critical injuries in the
5:30 p.m. crash. .
Malone resident William
Creamer, 54, arid 46-year-old'
Marianna resident Cynthia Smith
were both listed has having
received serious injuries.
All three were initially taken to
Jackson Hospital for treatment,
and Perkins was later transferred
to Tallahassee Memorial Hospital.
According to FHP reports,
Perkins was southbound at a high
rate of speed on County Road 167
(Old U.S. Road) when he lost con-
trol of the pickup truck he was
driving and traveled into the path
of a northbound truck driven by
Creamer. Smith was a passenger
in the Creamer vehicle.
The right side of the Perkins
vehicle struck the front of the
See CRASH, Page 7A >


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giant polka-dotted tie swung away
from her dazzling deep-purple party
dress.
Talking with a visitor as she paint-
ed a butterfly mask on the face of a
little girl, Shaw said this was her first
trip to Sneads from company head-
quarters in Tallahassee; during foot-
ball season, the Klown Kapers crew
spends many Fridays at the.
Downtown Getdown event which
precedes home games at FSU, and
Saturday are spent at other events
her business, is hired to work.
Shaw said she was impressed with
Sneads Park. Gesturing toward L ji
Seminole, which borders the park
dotted.with massive trees, she was
enthused about being there. "It's a
beautiful venue, a gem," Shaw said.
"I think this event could draw thou-
sands of people if it was publicized
more in Tallahassee. It's just an out-
standing place."
In addition to having their faces
painted by Shaw and co-founder
Kathryn McCoy,-kids could get bal-
loons twisted into all kinds of shapes,.
or have a temporary tattoo airbrushed
on their arms at their booth. .
And there were plenty of other


activities around the park, as well.
There were two giant inflatables -
a jump room and a slide, for instance.
Abandoned socks and shoes lay scat-
tered on the ground around it all day
long as kids went back again and
again to play.
A small train, powered by a tractor,
ran constant trips around the perime-
ter of the park for anyone who want-
ed a round-trip look at the grounds.
A sandlot volleyball court drew
players throughoutthe day, and kids
kept the swingsets hot all day.
Some grown-ups tried to best each
other in spirited games of horse-
shoes, while others beat a path to
vendor's row to check out the arts
and crafts there.
Among the many booth-tenders
was a woodworker who offered her
folk-art carvings, and another wood-
worker with intricate scroll-saw art.
A jewelry maker who turns spoons
and broke china into pins and
bracelets was also in the line-up. A
vendor who makes wind chimes out
of kiln-melted bottles was also there.
A toymaker offered wooden guns -


See RIVERFEST, Page 7A >


Mimi Shaw paints Lauren Stone's face Saturday at RiverFest in Sneads. -
Mark Skinner / Floridan.


Memories of Shangri-la

BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
Herbert Williams worked on
the crew that cobbled together
S a:little piece of paradise for the
student pilots at Graham Air
Base, and still remembers
those days clearly as he
A approaches his 80th birthday.
Hired by contractor
: ": ,,BovHerbert
.. Ambrose Bo' Wiggins, Williams
Williams helped set up the
buildings at Shangri-la.
: The former Graham recreation complex is locat-
ed a couple of hundred yards away from the devel-
oped portion of the Blue Springs Recreational
Area. It sits on a bluff overlooking the small, pris-
tine spring for which it was named.
Although the buildings now stand empty and are
in a state of disrepair, county officials say they are
in remarkably good shape. Jackson County has just
received a roughly $135,000 grant to restore and
enhance the property, which it rents from the state.
Williams said he's glad to know there's a plan to
put the building he worked so hard on back in use
again.
"We dug the foundation areas out by hand, with
shovels and finished the cement with hand tools
like trowels."
"We worked several weeks on it, and it was one
of the first metal buildings I helped put up. It came
in on a flatbed truck-in hundreds of pieces. It had
posts and beams to bolt together, with studs on 16-


Chuck Hatcher talks about the past and future ofthe old Shangri-la building. -- Mark Skinner /
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Dustin Holmes and Josh Alday, both of Sneads, take aim during a
archery tournament for hunters Saturday held. by McCoy's Archery
Pro Shop. Approximately 50 archers competed in the event. David
Johnson took first place in the event with Jake Edenfield taking sec-
ond and Matt Vinson placing third. Mark Skinner / Floridan


See SHANGRI-LA, Page 7A >


Yellow submersible can scan for bombs
BY STEVEN GIRARDI
MEDIA GENERAL NEWS SERVICE
ST. PETERSBURG The guest
of honor was an 8-foot-long yellow
metal device that looks like a torpe-
do.
Public officials including U.S.
Rep. C.W. Bill Young, St. Petersburg
Mayor Rick Baker, city council
members and Pinellas County com-
missioners came to sing its praises
and congratulate the people who
operate it.
"It's imperative that Tampa Bay be
secure," Young, an Indian Rocks
Beach Republican, said during a
Thursday news conference. "This is
exciting. This will be the test bed for
the nation."
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Vehicle was at the center of a recent
experiment using remote underwater
equipment to find and identify bombs
planted near bridge pilings, including People look at Battlespace preparation autonomous undersea vehicle on
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S1 Thunderstorms to develop in
TUday. the afternoon. Winds from
the east up to 1_5 MPH.-
Jessica Foster / WMBB
High 90'
Low 74



Tomorrow Happy Labor Day!
Watch for thunder-
High 89 storms and gusty
winds. Continue to
Low 720 monitor the progress
of Gustav.

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Thursday day. There's a very
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isolated shower or
Low 72 storm.


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POLICE ROUNDUP
MARIANNA POLICE 19 traffic stops, two trans-
The Marianna Police ports, three trespassing corn-
Department listed the fol- plaints, six warrant arrests,
lowing incidents for Aug. 29, one reckless driver, one
the latest-available lost/stolen tag, and
report; One traffic --- one violation of
accident, one aban- 5 j1-- c- injunction.
doned vehicle, one r- C
suspicious *vehicle, IC ME JACKSON COUNTY
one suspicious inci- CORRECTIONAL
dent, one suspicious FACILITY
person, seven disturbances, The following persons
,one burglar alarm, two larcd: were booked into the county
Vny complaints, three juvenile jail during the latest available
'complaints, four animal reporting periods:
complaints, one assist of James Morris, 34, 4013
*another agency, four public Old Cottondale Road,
ser\ ice calls, one threat, 12 Marianna, battery (domestic
traffic stops, one miscella- violence).
;neous report, and one dis- Antonio Brown, 29,
able vehicle. 14566 NW Richard Hardy
e Drive, Bristol, violation of.
JACKSON COUNTY S ""injunction. battery ('donesttic
HERIFF'S OFFICE violence), burglary.
The: Jackson County Frankie Lewis, 50, 1947
Sheriff's Office listed the fol- Lifetime Lane, Sneads, sen-
lowing incidents for Aug. 29, tenced to 60 days.
the latest available report: Amy Allen, 25, 750 St.
Two abandoned vehicles, Johns Road (Lot 12),
five alarms, two assaults, one Bonifay, ,driving while
assist of another agency, four license suspended/revoked
burglaries, one civil dispute, (knowingly).
one CrimeStoppers com- Durwood Dudley, 35,
plaint, one dead person, three 1767 Tobe Way, Grand
disturbances, two drunk Ridge, battery (domestic vio-.
pedestrians, one flim/flam lence).
incident, one forgery, one
road obstruction, one infor- JAIL POPULATION:207
national report, three larce-
ny complaints, one escort, To report a crime, call
one pedestrian complaint, CrimeStoppers-at 526-5000.
four public service calls, one To report a wildlife viola-
suspicious incident, one tion, call 1-888-404-FWCC
threat, two traffic accidents, (3922).


Getting It Right!

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


_ COMMUNITY CALENDAR


August 31 Sunday
S* Blue Springs Society, C.A.R. will
host the Eastern Panhandle Packet
Workshop of the Florida State Society
Children of the American Revolution
at Caverns Road Church of Christ in
Marianna, beginning with a pizza
lunch at 12:30 p.m. The workshop will
be led by State President Valerie
Bagenski and State Sr. President Billie
Bropk. For reservations, 'e-mail
sno pyxii60@hotmail.com or call
209 4066.

S ptember 1 Monday
Jackson County Public School
Superintendent Danny Sims
announced that all schools will observe,
LabOr Day Holiday on Monday, Sept.
1. Schools will dismiss on regular
schedule, Friday, Aug. 29, and resume
on regular schedule, Tuesday, Sept. 2.

September 2 Tuesday
AARP Chapter No. 3486's board
meets at 1:30 p.m., in the Marianna
branch of the Jackson County Public
Library.
Southeastern Community Blood
Center's mobile unit will be accepting
blood donations at Bonifay Middle
School from 7:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Call 526-4403.
Christine Gilbert teaches free quilt-
ing, crocheting or knitting classes
Tuesday at 1 p.m., at the Jackson
County Senior Citizens center, 2931
Optimist Dr., Marianna. Call 482-
5028. .

September 3 Wednesday
The Grand Ridge Recreation
Advisory Board meets at 10 a.m., in the
Grand Ridge Town Hall council room.

September 4 Thursday
The Town of Grand Ridge will hold
three public hearings at the Grand


Ridge Town Hall. The first is at 5:30
p.m., to discuss the expansion and ren-
ovation of Johnson Recreational
Complex; the second is at 5:45 p.m., to
discuss the expansion and renovation
of the Town Park; and the third is at 6
p,m., to discuss proposed ordinances
#2008-06 (FY 2008-2009 Budget) and
#2008-07 (Establishing Water Rates).
The regular monthly council meeting
will follow. Call 592-4621.
Ted Walt Marianna Veterans of
Foreign Wars Post No. 12046 and
Ladies Auxiliary meet at 6 p.m., at
2932 Madison St. (corner of Madison
and Putnam streets), for a covered
dish/business meeting. Call 482-8140.
Grieving Parents Support Group
meets the first Thursday of each
month, at 7 p.m.,. in the Eastside
Baptist Church Fellowship Hall.
Anyone experiencing grief due to the
loss of a child, regardless of the age of
the child, is welcome. Refreshments
provided. Call 526-561,8 or 573-0535.
The 2008-2009 Jackson County
Adult Education School Advisory
Council's first meeting starts at 2 p.m.,
at the Jackson County Adult Annex,
.4294 Liddon St., Marianna. ,
Marianna High School' Advisory
Council meet in the Media Center at 5
p.m. All faculty, students, parents and
interested community members are
invited to attend. Contact Vicki Garrett
at MHS .
Southeastern Community Blood
Center's mobile unit will be accepting
blood donations at Hopkins Pontiac
from 9 to 11 a.m.; and at Mowery
Elevator from 12 to 4 p.m. Call 526-
4403."

September 5 Friday
First Friday Power Breakfast is 7 -
9 a.m., at, the Jackson County
Agriculture Conference Center, 2741
Pennsylvania Ave., Marianna.


Breakfast and networking starts at 7
a.m.; program begins at 7:45 a.m. This
will be the Second Annual
Government Appreciation Breakfast.
Florida Ch4mber of Commerce
President and CEO Mark Wilson will
be the featured speaker.

September 6 Saturday
Graceville author Tracey Kitts will
be signing copies of her new paranor-
mal romance, "Red," from 10 a.m. to 2
p.m., at Chipola River Book & Tea,
4402 Lafayette St., Marianna.
The 2008 Football Kiddie Clinic
for Marianna High School will be at
the MHS gym, from 8 to 11 a.m. The
clinic is open to girls age 3 years to 5th
grade. Cost is $25. Call Christi Shelfer
at 482-9605, ext. 307.

September 8 Monday
Southeastern Community Blood
Center's mobile unit will be accepting
blood donations at the Chipley Wal-Mart
from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Call 526-4403.

September 9 Tuesday
The William Henry Milton Chapter
1039, United tDaughters of the
Confederacy, meets at the Gazebo
Restaurant in Marianna, at 11:30 a.m.;
ritual begins at noon. T.G. Harkrider
will present "Disease During the War
Between the States" at the Dutch-treat
luncheon. The history and heritage
group welcomes female descendants of
Confederate veterans. The UDC meets
the second Tuesday of each month,
September through November, and
January through May. Call 663-2570
for reservations.
The Republican Club of Northwest
Florida meets every second Tuesday of
the month, at noon, at Jim's Buffet and
Grill in Marianna. Today's speaker:
Representative Marti Coley. Call 718-
5411.


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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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.


ADVERTISING
The advertiser agrees that the publisher shall not be liable for
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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Change/Amendment and Text Amendment to the Comprehensive Plan.
Pursuant to Florida Statutes, the Washington County Planning Commission (the designated
Local Planning Agency) will conduct a Review Public Hearing at the County Commissioners
Meeting Room, 1331 South Boulevard, Chipley, Florida, on Tuesday, September 9, 2008, at
5:00 p.m., or as soon thereafter as the issue may be heard to consider the transmittal of
Washington County Amendment 2008-2A relating to the land use change Florida Landings
Mixed Use and to consider the transmittal of Washington County Amendment 2008-2B relat-
ing to the text amendment to the Comprehensive Plan for Florida Landings Mixed Use. All
interested members of the public are encouraged to attend.
Also pursuant to Florida Statutes, the Washington County Board of County Commissioners
will conduct a Review Public Hearing at the Commissioners Meeting Room, 1331 South
Boulevard, Chipley, Florida, on Thursday, September 25, 2008, at 5:00 p.m., or as soon there-
after as the issue may be heard to consider the transmittal of Washington County Amendment
2008-2A relating to the land use change Florida Landings Mixed Use and to consider the trans-
mittal of Washington County Amendment 2008-2B relating to the text amendment to the
Comprehensive Plan for Florida Landings Mixed Use. All interested members of the public
are encouraged to attend. Public hearings may be continued from time to time as may be nec-
essary.
Information concerning the proposed land use change and text amendment is available for
review at the Washington County Board of County Commissioners Office at 1331 South
Boulevard, Chipley, Florida or online at www.washingtonfl.com and click on Planning.




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LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF PARCELS AFFECTED BY PROPOSED AMENDMENT
PARCEL B Proposed Change from Agriculture/Silviculture to Florida Landings Mixed Use.
Petition for Land Use Change Submitted by Florida Landings, LLC, Petitioner/Property
Owner.
The purpose of this Land Use Change/Comprehensive Plan Amendment is to allow for the
development of a Planned Unit Development.
The parcel is described as follows:
All of Section 9, Township 2 North, Range 12 West; and all of Section 16,-Township 2 North,
Range 12 West; and all of Section 17, Township 2 North, Range 12 West, Washington County,
Florida. %
Contains 1,883 acres moreore or less
The text amendment will be accomplished by adoption of an Ordinance(s) as set f*rth by title
as follows:
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE GOALS, OBJECTIVES, AND POLICIES OFTHE
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN FOR WASHINGTON COUNTY AND THE MUNICIPALI-
TIES OF CARYVILLE, EBRO, VERNON, AND WAUSAU; PROVIDING FOR ESTAB-
LISHMENT OF A NEW LAND USE CATEGORY "FLORIDA LANDINGS MIXED
USE"; TO PROVIDE FOR THE INTENSITY AND DENSITY STANDARDS FOR THE
NEW LAND USE CATEGORY; TO PROVIDE FOR THE ALLOWABLE USES WITH-
IN THE NEW LAND USE CATEGORY; AND TO PROVIDE FOR SPECIAL PROVI-
SIONS APPLICABLE TO THE NEW LAND USE CATEGORY.
Pursuant to the provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act, any person requiring special accommodations
to participate in these meetings is asked to advise the County at 850-638-6200 at least 48 hours before the
meeting. "If any person decides to appeal any decision made by the board, agency, or commission, with respect
to any matter considered at such meeting or hearing, he or she will need a record of the proceedings, and that
for such purpose, he or she may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which record
includes the testimony and evidence upon which.the appeal is based FS 286.0105
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THE PROVIDENCE JOURNAL

Mitt Romney a vigorous and tested
politician with a national name would
have been the "safe choice" as John McCain's
running mate. But McCain, who has cultivat-
ed a reputation as a maverick, threw everyone
a curveball yesterday by naming the little-
known 44-year-old governor of Alaska, and -
mother of five, Sarah Palin.
The choice is an attempt to inject youth,
pizzaz and "historic change" into the cam-
paign, and to lure women voters dissatisfied
with the Democrats' rejection of Hillary
Clinton. (Palin would be the first woman vice
president, if elected.) The big question, of
course, is whether Palin, who has served only
two years as a chief executive, and before that
was mayor of Wasilla (population 9,000), is
anywhere near ready for the national stage -
and to step into the top job should something
happen to the 72-year-old Mr. McCain.
Some raised the specter of Sen. Dan
Quayle, the young senator who was thrust
into the national spotlight in 1988, threatening
to sink George Bush's campaign.
The Obama campaign will home in on her
lack of Washington experience, which con-
trasts sharply with that of Democratic vice
presidential nominee Joseph Biden, a senator
for nearly 36 years. "Today, John McCain put
the former mayor of a town of 9,000 with
zero foreign policy experience a heartbeat
away from the presidency," said Obama cam-
paign spokeswoman Adrianne Marsh.
Her presence on the ticket will surely force
McCain to blunt his criticisms about Obama's
being unprepared for the White House.
Palin comported herself well in her intro-
ductions to the national public, and went right
on the attack with strong criticisms of
Obama's proposals.
And she has beaten some big-league com-
petition before. To become Alaska's first
woman governor, she defeated an incumbent
Republican, Frank Murkowski, who had
served for 22 years in the Senate; then handi-
ly defeated a popular Democrat, Tony
Knowles, who had served two terms as gover-
nor.
. She got high marks for calling for stronger
ethics in government and distancing herself
from popular (now indicted) Sen. Ted
Stevens. She questioned the famous "Bridge
to Nowhere" and asked the state delegation to
be more selective in seeking earmarks. And
she took on the oil industry, pushing through
a tax increase that helped swell her state's
treasury.
Calling herself a "hockey mom," she is
attractive and fashionable, and recently
appeared in Vogue magazine. She is socially
conservative, and opposes abortion rights.
(That casts into doubt the idea that she'll help
take a lot of votes from Hillary Clinton back-
ers.
Time will tell whether Palin, herself a for-
mer journalist, can withstand searing media
scrutiny, and hold her own in the veep
debates. Still, in this unusual election year -
in which neither presidential nominee has
executive experience in government, and the
Democratic nominee was a state legislator
less than four years ago she could conceiv-
ably hold her own. In yet another way, this
has been an astonishing year in presidential
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Russia is acting up again, thanks to Putin


THE PROVIDENCE JOURNAL
In most northern U.S. states,
*gas companies are not allowed to
shut off their, customers' service
in the dead of winter. But if you
are Ukraine, and your gas compa-
ny is Russia, you have no such
protection. (Georgians will testify
to just how tough the Russians
can be.)
On New Year's Day 2006, then-
Russian President .(and now Prime
Minister) Vladimir Putin cut off
the flow of gas into Ukraine dur-
ing the coldest winter in that part
of Europe in, 25 years.
In 2004, Mr. Putin had made a
gas deal favorable to Ukraine with
Prime Minister Viktor
Yanukovych, his candidate for
president of Ukraine. When the
famous Orange Revolution elected
Viktor Yushchenko instead, the
annoyed Mr. Putin reneged on the
deal and ruthlessly cut off the gas.


The embargo lasted three days.
Germany and other Western"
European countries were affected
and complained loudly. Mr. '
Yushchenko was under heavy
political pressure to work out a
new deal. A company,
RosUkrEnergo AG, was hastily
established and granted a monop-
oly to import gas into.Ukraine.
Analysts, including former Prime
Minister Yulia Tymoshepko,
called the company Russian
front ahd the deal a'sellout to
Russia.'tBut the gas returned, ,
though at higher prices.
Ms. Tymoshenko became prime
minister again late last dar,"after
a close parliamentary election
increased the representation of her
party, the Tymoshenko Bloc. One
of her first imperatives was to
renegotiate the hasty gas agree-
ment of 2006.
Lo and behold, in his final days
as the official Russian president,


Mr. Putin got worked up about an Dimitri Medvedev, the new
unpaid $1.5 billion gas bill from Russian president, would take a
2007, and threatened to cut off gas broader and therefore more con-
on Feb. 14 if it weren't paid. ciliatory view of Russia's interests
(Ukraine recognized $1.1 billion.) in the energy sector. But evidence
Again, a hasty deal was reached. has proven that Vladimir Putin,
Ukraine would begin paying the while technically now the prime
debt. Russia would cut, back a minister and reporting to Mr.
plan to quadruple the price. Two Medvedev, is effectively the dicta-
new companies would replace tor of Russia. Mr. Medvedev
RosUkrEnergo AG as importer repQrts to him.
and distributor in Ukraine. Mr. Putin's invasion of Georgia
Gazprom, the Russian energy and frequent manipulation of the
monopoly, would own 50 percent gas issue sends a message to both
of both companies., Europe and Ukraine that
Ukraine has plenty of coal but Ukraine's joining NATO, about
very few known gas reserves and which Ukraine has again
gets 71 percent of its supply from expressed enthusiasm, would have
Rugsia. Blackmail was 'always.' consequences for all three -
easy for a KGB man like Vladimir Europe, Ukraine, and NATO.
Putin, who obviously has never r Russia's beha\ ior in the last sever-
accepted the independence of the al years is good. evidence that
14 non-Russian Soviet republics, NATO, membership may be the
as we have seen most dramatically', only.assurance of Ukraine's
recently with Russia's invasion of national independence.
Georgia. People had hoped that


Later conventions make for a strange election season


BY MARSHA MERCER
MEDIA GENERAL NEWS SERVICE
Happy Labor Day! As many
Americans enjoy a last weekend at
the beach, the Republican National
Convention opens Monday,in St.
Paul, Minn., and the GOP begins
making the case for John McCain
for president.
It sounds like terrible timing,
but a Labor Day convention start
is not necessarily bad for McCain.
Republicans know that most peo-
ple won't be watching the conven-
tion tonight anyway, and they're
using the evening get two obliga-
tory guests out of the way.
The party faithful will watch
speeches by President Bush and
Vice President Cheney, who likely
will reward them with partisan red
meat. In his last hurrah at a GOP
convention as president, Bush will
focus on why McCain's the right


person to be president and why
Democrat Barack Obama isn't.
Cheney always relishes the attack-
dog role. Bush will not reprise his
own eight-year tenure in the White
House, said press secretary Dana
Perino. That's surely a relief to
convention organizers.
Bush won't even stay overnight,
leaving. McCain and Co. three
more days to distance themselves
from the current administration.
This Labor Day is a political
anomaly. The unofficial last week-
end of summer traditionally kicks
off the fall election campaign. The
national political conventions usu-
ally are over iniAugust, and
Americans return from their three-
day weekend ready to start paying
attention to the presidential race.
Most years, political observers
say, the presidential candidate
ahead in the polls at Labor Day
carries the lead on Election Day.


That was true with George W.
Bush four years ago, as with Bill
Clinton in 1992 and 1996.
All bets are off this year,
though. The Olympics and other
factors pushed the conventions
later than ever. A convention tradi-
tionally gives the party's presiden-
tial nominee a temporary bounce
in .the polls, so Labor Day polls
this year are even less indicative
than usual. By announcing his run-
ning mate and scheduling the
Republican convention days after
the Democrats' confab, McCain
hopes to change the subject to his
qualifications and plans not just
for this week but into the fall.
When the GOP convention ends
Thursday, the election will be only
two months away.
McCain goes to St. Paul also
benefiting from the gentle treat-
ment he received in Denver.
Speakers at the Democratic con-


vention hardly laid a glove on him.
The worst they said was that
McCain was wrong on the issues.
Nobody expects Republicans to
return the favor. If past GOP con-
ventions are a guide, each night
will 'feature plenty of Obama bash-
ing.
John McCain knows the value
of a good punch. In his debut
speech on the national stage at the
1988 convention, McCain said of
the Democratic presidential nomi-
nee: "Michael Dukakis seems .to
believe that the Trident is a chew-
ing gum, that the B-1 is a Vitamin
pill, and that the Midgetman is
anyone shorter than he is."
In his acceptance speech that
year, the first George Bush uttered
the famous line, "Read my lips: no
new taxes."
On Election Day, it wasn't even
close. Bush beat poor, short
Dukakis 53 percent to 47 percent.


Michelle Obama: Family-values feminist or phony?


BY KATHRYN JEAN LOPEz
Michelle Obama did an odd
thing during her speech on the
opening night of the Democratic
National Convention in Denver:
She turned back the clock on femi-
nism.
While praising Hillary Clinton
for creating 18 million cracks in
the glass ceiling, the wife of the
Democratic presidential nominee
heralded herself as what sounded
like a traditional stay-at-home
mother. (In fact, she works outside
the home and gets paid well.) But
in that speech, she displayed all
the femirrurune virtues and showed
off her softer'side It was genius
- even if it was all just to win.
Previously 'she was known,
especially to Sean Hannity's audi-
ence, for announcing that she is
proud of her country for the first
time in her life because her hus-
band is running for president.
But on Monday night, in com-
plete support of her husband's
campaign, she praised the roles of
mother, daughter and sister. In
emotional terms, she lauded her
husband's commitment to being a
devoted father to their daughters.
She emphasized the importance of


fathers, noting how the absence of
a father had affected her husband.
SFor just one moment in time,
the Democratic Party's candidate
for first lady put the unnatural -
but much too often touted val-
ues of the left in suspended anima-
tion. Instead of disparaging tradi-
tional family values, she praised"
them to the limit, for as much time
as the party would let 'her.
Let's be clear: It's not a song
she always sings. Speaking to a
group from the Democratic
National Committee's Gay and
Lesbian Leadership Council, Mrs.
Obama said, "... we must fight, for
the world as it should be. A world
where we work together to reverse
discriminatory laws." One of those .
"discriminatory laws" was The
Defense of Marriage Act.
Somehow, this did not make it into.
her primetime TV address.
A video introducing her before
her speech starred her mother,
gushing with pride for her daugh-
ter. Her brother who coaches
football, not usually on the list of
approved feminist sports talked
protectively of his kid sister. Mrs.
Obama challenged the packed
Pepsi Center audience to keep
their eyes dry as she remembered


her late father and the values he
had taught her and her brother.
It's a fascinating contradiction
that liberal feminists live. Earlier
that opening day, at an
"Unconventional Women" event
sponsored by a coalition of femi-
nists' groups, members of
Congress talked about the differ-
ences between men and women.
Men, for instance, simply can't
bring to the legislative table the
same concerns that women do.
They, apparently, are biologically
incapable of realizing that men
and women have different health
needs. And so, congresswomen
will, in the same breath,' praise
their own efforts on gender-parity
healthcare reform (because there
are real differences between men
and women) and also complain
about the lack of equal pay and the
failure to ratify the Equal Rights
Amendment; a relic left by-the -
trash heap of history somewhere
around leisure suits and disco.
Some women have commented
that perhaps Michelle Obama was
being "post-feminist." Following
this Ivy League-law-school-edu-
cated career woman and loving
mother's lead, women can once
again be feminists while embrac-


ing the traditional roles of women.
I wouldn't go that far.
Like her husband, who has been
known to talk about the impor-
tance of fatherhood, Michelle
doesn't go far enough. I presume
that's because even if she wanted
to, she couldn't: The party would-
n't let her. It's the reason, I
assume, that Barack Obama can't
bring himself to do a full-on Bill
Cosby and challenge men and
specifically black men, because he
can to be responsible fathers.
He could talk passionately, open-
ing up about what it was like to
grow up without one.
The Obamas know what works
- good, solid, traditional families
with a riom and a dad. They are
also in the rare position of actually
being able to say that. But they
won't.
While some women whine that
they won't see one of their own
become president next year, they
should really be challenging the
Obamas to tell the honest truth
about family values.
Kathryn Lopez is the editor of
National Review Online
(www.nationalreview.com). She
can be contacted at
klopez @ nationalrevievw.com.


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one of which shot smiley-face ping tage model more than 100 year old. dered their area in the park, the group hamburgers, hotdogs and more on eter 'stage.' On the lawn under a
pong balls. The same vendor had And when festival-goers got tired had set up a campfire to show how the grill, at several booths. Sweet tea -huge oak tree, dulcimer players sat in
wooden swords and other playthings of wandering the booths, they could soldiers in the field might have sur- was also in large supply. a circle of chairs and played
that drew children like magnets. stroll down to visit the water-side vived a cold night and cooked them- No matter where they went, those 'unplugged,' their simple instruments
There was also a saddle-seller on camp set up by Civil War re-enactors selves something to eat. who attended the festival were treat-, adding an almost lonesome beauty to
hand who offered cowboy toys for They were dressed in period attire Festival-goers also had a wide ed to music. There were two formal the sound of Saturday in the park.
children along with saddles for their and carried the weaponry of the day. variety of foods to choose from on stages featuring country, gospel, rock
parents' horses. One was a black vin- In front of the canvas tents that bor- Saturday, with ribs, chicken, catfish, and roll and more, and another, qui-


Shangri-la Continued From Page 1A
inch centers, and we had a metal roof Safety measures, Hatcher said, will when it was all finished, and it would
to put on. It came with everything but be taken to ensure that no one acci- be a very nice place to develop a
the labor to put it up," he said. dentally falls off the cliff and plunges pak. I'm glad to see it. I went out
The floor of the main building was into the icy water far below. The with Chuck Hatcher the other day
made of concrete and marble chips of overlook, he said, will have a deck and it looked pretty much like it had
different colors. He explained how where people can sit and look into' grown back up as a jungle."
the vivid terrazzo effect was achieved the water and enjoy the woods sur- Since that visit, Hatcher and a crew
after the main concrete slab was rounding the buildings of Shangri-la. of helpers have cleared the area
poured. The county G plans to eventually immediately around the buildings
"The 'stones had been mixed open the entire 160-acres for low- and continue to work on the property.
together and workers came in with a impact recreational opportunities, but The work done by Williams,
grinder to chip them up. Then they will depend, in large measure on Wiggins, Reese and others back in
took an inch of this mixture, put it grants to do and pay for the work the 1950s drew praise from the wife
over the top of the slap and swept it over time. of another man who worked at
off. That's where you get the color." c Much of the design work is yet to Shangri-la after it was built.
Williams helped construct the be done, Hatcher said, but the end "I had a chance to visit Shangrila
patio outside that building, as well. goal is to place another gem in the between 1953 and 1958," Agnes
"We poured it in four-foot sec- county's treasure trove of natural Helms wrote in a letter to the
tions, and made a checkerboard out wonders. Floridan. "'My late husba id, Rufus
of it by using water to expose the Bo Wiggins's son, Walter Wiggins, Calvin Helms, was employed at
rock on one, and leaving the next one said he's happy to see the county tak- Graham Aviation in maintenance as a
smooth and so on," he said. "We ing that step. groundskeeper II, and he and his
thought it looked real nice." "I remember my father talking crew'went there many times to work.
Williams also helped section off many times about some of the things One Sunday evening ...he carried me
the bedrooms and the bathroom of he\ did, out there. 'Mr Graham and our three children down to see
the main building. depended on him alot. They collabo- Shangri-la. I found it to be a very
"I was working there from the rated on some of the design elements. interesting place, since I assumed it
beginning to the end, so I guess I had Mr. Graham would bring drawings of was onc a very thick wooded area."
a part in most of it. Back then, it was some of the things he'd seen in his, Helms,- now 88, remembers fondly
jut another job, but I'Ve wondered travels, and they'd work it out. The the experience she had as a young
many time since what would become 'angular building out there had a tiki- mother of three.
of "it. I'm glad they'll be using it tower, a sort of Polynesian,. South "I found it very fascinaung and
again." 'Pacific theme, and my father liked beautiful," she saidin a phone inter-
, Williams said he didn't really think being able to work that out. He was view.
about the potential historic signifi- real proud of certain things, like a lit- Hatcher said he hopes the county's
chance of the structures at the time; he tle arched walk-over bridge that he plan will give the families of today
was just happy to have the job and to made based on Mr.' Graham's and tomorrow a chance to build their
be working for a decent boss in R descriptions and their rough designs. own memories of the place.
Wiggins. Mr..Grahamin had planned to get some
"Back then, you got what they paid 'engineers involved, but by the time
you and were glad to get it. I don't hedid all that, my dad had it built and
think there was any government Mark Skinner / Floridan Mr. Graham told him it was within
(wage) regulation at the time, but I two inches of being exactly like,'whatCrash
think I was making about $1.75 an bill, and everything else to come out Recreation Director Chuck Hatcher the engineers came up with." Continued From Page 1A
hour. I worked in $3 overalls, 97-cent of the pay, so lots of mornings I car- said the county hopes to one day Local historian Claude Reese also
shirts and high-top shoes. My wife, rifled crickets and a cane pole there at restore not only the dock, but the had a direct connection to the prepa-, Creamer vehicle. Both trucks started
Sarah, fixed my lunch mostly ham daylight and fished 'till work time walkway that existed there in ration of Shangri-la. spinning after impact, according to
sandwiches and we.would take 30 and 'till night after work. I brought a Shangri-la's glory days. "I came in, 1953 as a flight instruc- FHP.
minutes to eat. There wasn't time to cooler and put the fish on ice until I The grant now in hand will be used tor for Graham Aviation, and I The Perkins vehicle came to rest
go out and get something. We'd start cpuld get them home. There was lots to reroof the main building and get helped work on it," Reese said. "We on the northbound shoulder of the
at 7 a.m. and finish up at 3:30 p.m."' of bream in there; this was probably the structure in good enough shape to cleared the land by hand, chopped road, and the Creamer vehicle came
Although those hours were strictly the only point in my life when I ever rent. bushes, so the building could be put to rest astride the northbound lane
hard work for Williams, he found a caught any fish out of the Mill Pond." Nature trails will. be designed to up. Mr. Graham and his employees edge, according to reports.
way to mix in a little pleasure into the- Williams fished from a dock that curve around some of the small caves were very clever people; they) could Charges are pending completion of
business of making a living, had already been built on the that exist on the property, although take nothing and make some of the the investigation, according to FHP.
"We were buying a $4,500 house at Shangri-la property. signs will likely be erected prohibit- most interesting things' out of it. The FHP report also indicated that, in
the time, and had groceries, a light Jackson County Parks and ing visitors from entering them. There were lots of parties out there Perkins' case, alcohol was a factor.


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The vehicle found all the mines,
"not to mention a few lobsters and
road tires," said Steve Smith of the
Naval Surface Warfare Center in
Pensacola.
It also picked up serial numbers on
the bombs and even fingerprints,
which were matched to a member of
the experiment team.
Capt. Tim Close, commander of


the St. Petersburg Coast Guard sta-
tion, called it impressive.
The underwater vehicle scanned
the bottom of Tampa Bay and deliv-
ered photographs, including 3-D
images.
"We know what's down there
now," Close said.
The information will help the
Coast Guard and Navy identify new


or potentially threatening devices in
the Bay and keep ports, bridges and
waterways safe.
The electric exploration device can
be controlled remotely, said Celeste
Hansel of the Naval Surface Warfare
Center. It can run up to 15 hours and
dive to 600 feet, traveling at a little
less than 6 mph, she said.
When its mission is complete, it


returns to a pickup point, and infor-
mation it has collected is down-
loaded.
The Homeland Security experi-
ment was coordinated by SRI, a
Silicon Valley-based company that
opened offices in St. Petersburg to
research topics such as port security
and energy.
Young said the technology will


. help secure ports nationwide, and
MacDill Air Force Base, from terror-
ist attacks.
"So much commerce goes through
the Gulf of. Mexico and ports on the
west coast of Florida," he said. "It's
imperative that Tampa Bay be
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Edgar Columbus "Ed"
Cearley III went to be with his
Lord and Savior on Aug. 22,
2008, in. Marianna.
Born Aug. 3, 1947, in
Houston, Texas, Ed graduated'
in 1965 from Waltrip High
School. He attended
Southwestern University,
where he was a Phi Delta
Theta, and in 1969, he gradu-
ated from the University of
Texas.
Ed's career was in radio
sales, marketing and manage-
ment. He spent many happy
years at KILT FM/AM in
Houston, Texas, before mov-
ing to Longview, Texas, where
he was general manager of
KYKX.
At the time of his death, he
was president and general.
manager of a group of stations
that included WJAQ in
Marianna.
Ed was passionate about his
Texas Longhorns and,attended
National Football
Championships of 1969, 1970
and 2005. But even the
Longhorns took second place'
to the love he felt for family


and friends. His children, par-
ents, brother and large circle
of friends always knew they
could count on him for love,
support and laughter. Ed was a
York Rite Mason.
He was preceded in death
by his brother, Steve Cearley.
He is survived by his par-
ents, Dot arld Buster Cearley
of Longview, Texas; daughter,
Ginger Cearley, and .son and
daughter-in-law, Chris and
Elizabeth Cearley,. all of
Houstoh. He was looking for-
ward to the birth of his grand-
son in January. ,
A memorial service will be
at the First United Methodist
Church of Marianna,
Thursday, Sept. 4, at 10 a.m.,
with Dr. Bob McKibben offi-
ciating.
Memorials may be sent to
the American' Heart
Association.
James & Sikes Funeral
Home Maddox Chapel will
direct.

James & Sikes Funeral
Home Maddox Chapel
4278 Lafayette St.
Mariannia, FL 32446
850-482-2332
www.jamesandsikesfuneral-
home.com

Prudence M. Dickson

Mrs. Prudence McKinnon
Dickson, 87, formerly of 7084
Shady Grove Rd., Grand


Ridge, and more recently of
2045 Third Ave., Apt. 103,
Sneads, departed this life on
Aug. 28, 2008.
She was born Oct. 21, 1920,
in Shady Grove, a daughter of
the late Raleigh Duncan
McKinnon and his second
wife, Hattie Yon McKinnon.
She had been in declining
health for a number of years
and welcomed the opportunity
to be with her long-departed
family and friends.
On March 9, 1939, she mar-
ried William Bernice Dickson,
who passed in July 1973. Also
preceding her were her par-
ents; her half-brother, Wade
McKinnon, and his wife,
Myrtle; half-sister, Evelyn,
and her husband, Albert
Lewis; sister, Lillie, and her
husband, Carey Goodloe; and
brother, John D., and his wife,
Jewel.
She is survived by a son,
Billy, and his wife, Harriet, of
Tallahassee; two grandchil-
dren,.Beth Allen and her hus-'
band, Ronnie, of Grand Ridge,
and David Dickson and his
wife, Jennifer, of Middleburg,
and seven great-grandchil-
dren, Zack and Heidi Folks,
Tyler and Christian Dickson,
Cameron, Caitlin and Connor
Allen.
The family received friends
from 6 to 8 p.m., Saturday,
Aug. 30, at James & Sikes
Funeral Home Maddox
Chapel in Marianna.


The funeral service will be
at 4 p.m., Sunday, Aug. 31, at
the Shady Grove. United-
Methodist Church, with the
Rev. Ryan Martin, the Rev.
Mary Vance and the Rev.
Charles Riddles officiating.
Interment will follow in Shady
Grove Cemetery.
Billy; Harriet, Beth, and
David would like to extend a
special, heartfelt thank-you to
the staff of .Jackson County
Hospital, Dr. Rick Bruner and
Dr. Mark Akerson for their
caring support and assistance
during the time that they were
needed.
All family, friends, and
neighbors are invited to attend
and share in the glory of her
long and good life. Memorial
contributions may be made to
Covenant Hospice of
Marianna.

Marianna Chapel
Funeral Home
3960 Lafayette St
Marianna, FL 32446
526-5059
www.mariannachapelfh.com
Willie Jo Toomer

Willie Jo Toomer, 93, of
Fountain, passed away Friday,
Aug. 29, 2008, at her resi-
dence. She was a native of
Georgia and had moved to this
area in 2001.
Mrs. Toomer was a member
of the Fountain First Baptist


Church and formerly a mem-
ber 8f the Griffith Memorial
Baptist Church in
Stockbridge, Ga. She was a
devoted mother and wife and
loved her church where she
had enjoyed being a member
of the choir. She was an
accomplished cook and loved
to sew.
The local service for Mrs.
Toomer was Saturday, Aug.
30, in the Marianna Chapel
Funeral Home, at 6 p.m.
A funeral service will also
be held Tuesday, Sept. 2, at 11
a.m., in the Horis A. Ward
Funeral Home, Fairview
Chapel in Stockbridge, Ga.,
with Pastor Terry Rice offici-
ating; visitation will be one
hour prior. Interment will fol-
low in the Fairview Memorial
Gardens.
Expressions of sympathy
may be submitted online at
www.mariannachapelfh.com.

Lanier-Andler
Funeral Home
8261 Highway 90
Sneads, FL 32460
(850) 593-9900

Lloyd 0. Johnson

Mr. Lloyd 0. Johnson, 88, a
native and lifelong resident of
Sneads, passed away
Saturday, Aug. 30, 2008, at his
home, after a lengthy illness.
He had retired as a charge aide
with the Florida State Hospital


in Chattahoochee. He was a
U.S. Army Veteran serving
during World War II.
He loved fishing and repair-
ing outboard motors and other
. small engines.
Visitation with the family
will be Sunday, Aug. 31, from
5 to 7 p.m. CDT, at the Lanier-
Andler Funeral Home Chapel
in Sneads.
Services will be Monday,
Sept. 1, at 10 a.m. CDT, at the
Sneads Assembly of God
Church, with interment fol-
lowing at Shady Grove
Cemetery.
Lloyd is survived by his
daughter, Rita Kirkland and
husband, Joel; two sons,
Charles Terry Johnson and
Larry H. Johnson and his wife,
Brenda, all of Sneads; a sister,
Lula Mae Crane of Sneads; six
grandchildren, Terry Scott
Kirkland and wife, Tammy,
John Kerry "Tater" Kirkland,
Katherine Hope Leigh and
husband, Donnie, Randall
. Paul Johnson and wife,
Melissa, Tara Diane Beloat
and husband, Justin, and
Joshua Terry Johnson; and
nine great-grandchildren.
He was preceded in death
by his wife, Allie Mae
Johnson; and a son, Roy Burl
Johnson.
Lanier-Andler Funeral
Home is in charge of arrange-
ments.


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Student's speech earns standing ovation


BY SHELIA MADER
FLORIDAN CORRESPONDENT
Sporting events have a special
meaning for 17-year old Robert
Mason Neel for a number of reasons.
Mason attends Hope School but
those who know him know he expe-
riences life to the fullest every day. It
was for that reason Grand Ridge
Assistant Principal Phyllis Daniels
invited Neel to by the keynote speak-
er at the school's athletic banquet
honoring the Indian athletes. Mason
is diagnosed with cerebral palsy and
attends Hope School where he is part
of the Special Olympics team there.
Daniels said the decision was easy,
"I get to see Mason most mornings
when his bus comes by our school.
He is constantly upbeat and a tremen-


dous source of encouragement to me.
He is part of the Special Olympics at
Hope School and has kept me updat-
ed about their accomplishments.
When he does good he is excited, but
he is equally excited and complimen-
tary when his fellow students are suc-
cessful. Mason is naturally energized
and motivational. Thought he is con-
fined to a wheelchair, his outlook on
life is uplifting. He seemed to be an
individual that could relate to our
athletes and help them focused on
their abilities."
Cindy Blackmon has had the
opportunity to work in the classroom
with Neel. She speaks highly of his
outlook on life, "He's very outgoing,
very friendly, loves getting out in the
community and never meets a
stranger." About his disability,


Blackmon says with Neel it's as
though it's not there, "He is so eager
to learn and he doesn't feel he has a
disability, he thinks he can do any-
thing."
Daniels agreed, saying,
"Everything about Mason is out-
standing, he is loving, compassion-
ate, and inspirational, just an
absolute joy to know."
In his speech at the Indians ban-
quet, Neel challenged the athletes to
give all they had to everything they
did. He told them how much he'd like
to just be able to "walk" onto the
football field and admonished them
to not take their talent for granted but
to really be thankful for their ability.
After his remarks, there were very
few dry eyes and Neel received a
standing ovation.


Snapshots from Riverfest 2008


Top left Jesse Roberts plays with Rebel Syndicate during RiverFest Saturday Top *
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Tricia Williams hold Macey the dog as Wyatt Wiggins tries to deal with a slobber problem
Saturday during the RiverFest Parade. Bottom left, members of the Gulf State Guards marched and fired
off an occasional volley of shots as the marched in the RiverFest Parade. Bottom center, Billy,Pigott makes a
toss while playing horse shoes. Bottom right, Steven Sisley towered above the festivities during the parade. -
Photos By Mark Skinner / Floridan


Alex is a four month old black and white cat. Roses is a four to five month old mal
- Mark Skinner / Floridan tabby. Mark Skinner / Floridan



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calf the shelter at 482-4570 for more informa-
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in helping the pets. We are always in I
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e gray Spike is a five month old male orange tabby.
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so have upcoming shelter events, and you'll be able to
tch. attend and vote at the annual Partners for Pets
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Salena Ann Grace and Jason Patrick Flowers

Grace and Flowers

engaged to wed


Mr. and Mrs. Jay Grace
of Marianna announce the
engagement of their daugh-
ter, Salena Ann Grace, to
Jason Patrick Flowers, son
of Mr.. and Mrs. Perry
Flowers of Wewahitchka.
An October wedding is
planned.


Miss Grace is a mathe-
matics teacher employed
with Jackson County
School Board. Mr. Flowers
is an environmental manag-
er employed with Franklin
County Health
Department.


Staley-Roberts

wedding is Saturday


Mrs. Linda Biggers of
Navarre and Mr., Driscoll '
Staley of Victoria, Texas are
pleased to announce the
engagement and forthcoming
marriage of their daughter,
Sarah Staley to Brent.Roberts,
son of Lou and Kathy Roberts,
of Marianna.
The bride-elect is the grand-
daughter of Virginia White
and the late Edmund'Gale of
Sour Lake, Texas. She is a'
2005. graduate of Navarre
High School and is presently
attending the University of
West Florida, majoring in
sports medicine.j '
The,prospective bridegroom
is the grandson of Bonnie
Peacock and the late Jake


Peacock of Cottondale, and
Louis Roberts and the late
Mildred Roberts of Marianna.
Brent is a 2002 graduate of
Marianna High School. He is
presently attending the
University of West Florida and
plans to graduate in the spring
of 2009, with a B.S. degree in
criminal .justice. He is
employed with Select Motor
Cars in Pensacola.
The couple will exchange
vows Saturday, Sept. 6, at 5
p.m., at the Citizens Lodge,
located at 4559 Lodge Dr., in
Marianna. A reception will
immediately follow the cere-
mony at the Lodge. All family
and friends are cordially invit-
ed to attend.


Jennifer Lynn Moreno and Eric Alan Heffner

Moreno and

Heffner to marry


Clarke Joyner and Sherry
Joyner of Blountstown
announce the engagement
of their daughter, Jennifer
Lynn Moreno, to Eric Alan
Heffner. He is the son of
the late Melvin C. Heffner
and Brenda L. Heffner of
Marianna.
Grandparents of the
bride-elect are the late
Charles 0. Skaggs and
Ruth Ann Skaggs of
Chattahoochee; and the late
R.E. "Goot" Joyner and
Lillie Joyner of
Chattahoochee.
The prospective groom is
the grandson of the late Mr.
and Mrs. Charles W.


Lockey Jr.; and the late Mr.
and Mrs. Melvin P. Heffner
of Marianna.
She is a 1997 graduate of
Altha High School and
received a degree in cos-
metology from Chipola
Junior- College. She is
employed with A Wild
Hair in Marianna.
He is employed with
Genesis Paint and Wall
Covering in Marianna.
The wedding will take
place Sept. 26, with a pri-
vate ceremony at 7 p.m.
There will be a reception
Sept. 27, at 7 p.m., at the
home of Bruce and Nola
McMullian.


Lewis i
Savannah Grace Lewis of
Marianna celebrated her third
birthday on June 23, 2008. She
is the daughter of Dr. Jeremy
and Shelaina Lewis of
Marianna.
Grandparents are Shane and
Sheila Mercer of Dellwood,
and Dr. Rodney and Delilah
Lewis of Grand Ridge.
Maternal great-grandparents
are Marvin and Ethel Pilcher
of Grand Ridge, and Rubin
and Frieda Mercer of
Dellwood. Paternal great-
grandparents are the Late J.D.
and Bernice Robbirds, and
Darthy and the Late R.H.
Lewis, all of Grand Ridge:
A party with a "Strawberry
Shortcake" theme was held on
June 21, at the home of Rubin
and Frieda Mercer. Guests
enjoyed hamburgers, hot dogs,
and birthday cake. Savannah's
special guests included


Hanson

celebrates

eighth
Gable Hanson celebrated
his eighth birthday on Aug. 8,
2008. He is the son of Kim
Hanson of Round Lake, and
Jay Hanson.
Grandparents are Eddie and
Lela Mayo of Round Lake and
the late Hurbert and Elizabeth
Hanson of Marianna.
Great-grandparents are the
late Walter and Elizabeth
Stephens of Round Lake; and
Junior and the late Eva Mayo
of Round Lake.
He celebrated his birthday
at the home of his aunt, Judy
Williams, on Aug. 9, with a


girl

Mr. and Mrs. L
Dionna Rambo and
Marquias Walker of
Sneads announce the
birth of a daughter,
Kamiah La'Chelle Walker,
on July 31, 2008, at 9:03
a..m,, at Jackson Hospital in
Marianna.
At birth, she weighed six
pounds, six ounces, and
was 19V2 inches in length.
Maternal grandparents


Murph's
THOMAS VINCENT MURPHY

The great minds of the
world have made many dis-
coveries, and created products
and inventions we couldn't
imagine years ago.
There is constant research
being done to find new ways
and medicines to help us live
better lives. The Olympic
Games brought together peo-
ple from the corners of the
world to compete against each ,1
other in various sport activi-
ties. There were people of
many colors, languages and
nationalities. Murpi
I began to wonder, "What be aro
would be the one thing that all respect
these people have in com- one I
mon?, and, is there some- respect
thing that the billions of peo- quality,
ple in this world have in com- From,
mon"? sonal
An honest, strong answer with E
popped into 'my head: "Yes, strong
we all are born, we live, and leader.
we die!" Und
I know that statement enjoyed
seems too direct for some, ing a
people, but the sooner we face that ha
reality, the better. Of course I was
for many of us who believe in Penns:
God, there is hope for an even of mn
greater future after this life. D.C.,
Losing a family member or was b
friend to the ultimate enemy state c
of life (death) has brought the My
sting of sadness to many in has
this world. Steele
This past week I experi- of gro
enced once again the impact Penns)
that death can bring. When cated
my wife called me on my cell Longh
phone to inform me of. the We
death of Ed Cearley, the pres- ways,
ident and general manager of true
radio stations WJAQ FM remind
(100.9), WTOT FM (101.7), it is tc
and WTOT AM (980), I was bers
very saddened. His warm per- respect
sonality and caring style made ate th
him easy and comfortable to friend:


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three George

.,m turns 10


Savannah Grace Lewis

Summer and Celina Stanley;
Jonah, Becca, Noah and
Joshua Mercer; Brianna and
Brayden Rinck; Hunter
Edwards; Aiden and Ashbi
Alexander; and Samantha
Swearingen.


Gable Hanson


Hawaiian theme. Fifty of his
closest family and friends
attended.


Kamiah La'Chelle Walker

are Sharon and Joshua
Spear of Bascom.
-Paternal grandparents are
Angela and Terrell James
of Columbus, Ga.
Great-grandparents are
Sallie Williams of Bascom;
and Betty Brown and
Homer Bush of Marianna.


Kaitlyn Nichole George '
turned 10 years old. She is the
daughter of Jamie and Anjie
George of Altha. .
Maternal grandparents are [
the late George and Ann
Waldroff of Altha. Paternal
grandparents are Billy and
Joyce Sproul of Sneads; and
Randy and Marsha George of ,
Navarre Beach. *
She is the niece of Kevin i
and Julie Stinnett of Altha,
and the little sister of Colby Kaitlyn Nichole George
Godwin of Marianna and
Shelby Godwin of with a "Hannah Montana"
Blountstown. party, with friends and family
She celebrated her birthday at Blue Springs in Marianna.


Wallace turns four


Jamarion Tyreik Wallace
of Greenwood celebrated
his fourth birthday Aug.
23, 2008.
He is the son of
Adrienne Fisher and
George Wallace.
Grandparents are Patsy
Macklin and John Macklin
of Marianna; and Lillie
Wallace of Marianna.
A "Kung Fu Panda"
party was held Aug. 23, at
2 p.m., at his home. His
older brother, Destiny
Dubose, and a host of fam-
ily and friends will be in
attendance.


Jamarion Tyreik Wallace


Kinsley Paige Sellers


Sellerses welcome


a daughter


Pretty in pink and-oh so
sweet! From the top. of her
head to her tiny cute feet! We,
Shawn and Melanie Sellers,
are pleased to announce the
arrival of our precious angel,
Kinsley Paige Sellers, born on
Aug. 5, 2008, at 4:52 a.m., at
Jackson Hospital. She
weighed six pounds, five and a*
half ounces, and measured 19
inches long.


Maternal grandparents are
Dan and Marilyn Clemons of
Altha; and Mr. and Mrs.
Donnie Edenfield of Altha.
Paternal grandparents are
Phyllis and Paul Sellers of
Marianna.
Kinsley was welcomed
home by family and friends
and big sister, Anna and
Bama.


und. He always showed
:t for others, and every-
knew seemed to highly
:t him. He was a man of
y and good character.
observation and the per-
conversations I enjoyed
Ed, I found him to be a
g, but understanding
.
der his leadership, I have
ed producing and host-
positive radio program
is reached many people.
raised in Pittsburgh,
ylvania, but spent most
y life in Washington
our nation's capitol; Ed
orn and raised in the
of Texas.
favorite football team
been the 'Pittsburgh
rs since my early years
owing up in Pittsburgh,
ylvania; Ed was a dedi-
fan of the Texas
horns sports teams.
were different in many
but I considered him a
friend. Ed's death
ds me of how important
o treat our family mem-
and friends in a
table way and appreci-
eir companionship and
ship.


Perhaps by putting things in
the proper perspective we will
learn to treasure each minute,
hour, day and year that we are
blessed to live.
Another lesson we should
learn is not to waste time on
frivolous, petty, unimportant
situations that make life
unpleasant.
There is nothing wrong
with having money, success
and the opportunity to live a
good life, but how you treat
others will determine how you
are remembered when your
life is over.
When anyone I know dies,
my thoughts usually are about
their character. If you are an
attractive individual and you
feel your body will remain the
same as you age, don't bet on


it!
If you are a young man who
is feeling strong and invinci-
ble, wait until you reach your
middle age years!
One of the reasons charac-
ter is so important is that even
though your looks and body
may change, your character
can remain the same. Whether
you are rich or poor; whether
you are black, white, yellow
or red; or whether you are
from the United States or
another part of the world;
Death is an equalizer!
Ed Cearley was a business
man and a leader with whom I
talked about many subjects;
from radio business, to health.
to prayer. He was my friend,
and a man of good, strong
character.


JACKSON COUNTY LIFE


positive reflections


Jackson County

Life policy
Birthdays Photographs with copy are free for chil-
dren 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 advertise-
ments.
Weddings $35 for the first 250 words. $20 for an
additional 150 words. One photo is allowed per wedding.
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 marriage photo
and a present-day picture.
Anniversaries that do not meet the requirements for free
placement cost $35 for the first 250 words and may include
one photo. A second photo will cost an additional $20. Also,
a charge of $20 will be added for each additional 150 words.
Deadline for Sunday is Wednesday at noon. Send sub-
missions to editorial@jcfloridan.com, or mail them to P.O.
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Jackson County Floridan Sunday, August 31, 2008 3B


MHS senior makes trip to D.C.


Participates in the

Presidential Classroom
SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN

Marianna High School senior Erika Lang was privileged to
participate in the Presidential Classroom July 13-19, in
Washington, D.C.
While there, Lang took a course on Intelligence & National
Security, where she explored the federal government at work,
and experienced how policy-making works within the demo-
cratic process. She joined 160 other high school juniors and sen-
iors from 36 different states and other countries, including
Puerto Rico, Germany and Brazil. The group spent the week at
the Georgetown University Conference Center in the heart of
Georgetown University.
All students that participated in the Presidential Classroom
program were split up in caucuses to participate in a hands-on
"National Security Crisis" with their peers. They also went
through many seminars and crossfire's, debating constitutional
rights and current government issues.
Lang was also able to observe the American political process
on Capitol Hill, and visit various intelligence organizations and
many of historical sites.
Among the many intelligence agencies she visited were the
Central Intelligence Agency, National Security Agency,
National Geospatial Intelligence Agency, Defense Threat
Reduction Agency and the National Reconnaissance Office.


bored. She says the trip was a very educational and exciting, and
allowed her to make many friends, with whom she is still in
touch.
"A lot of things have changed due to this trip, perhaps my
intended college major. I was once very interested in architec-
ture, but now I am leaning towards political science or national
intelligence," said Lang.


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Congressman Allen Boyd and Erika Lang


While on Capital Hill, Lang had private appointments with
Senator Mel Martinez and Senator Bill Nelson, and
Congressman Allen Boyd.
The MHS senior says her favorite part of the trip was visiting
Arlington National Cemetery, where she was able to see the
President John F. Kennedy Gravesite and the Tomb of the
Unknowns (a.k.a. the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier).
Lang says that even with the hectic schedule, wearing
required business attire in 95-degree weather and walking wher'-
ever the bus could not drive, there was not a minute she was


Gulf Coast residents urged to


include animals in disaster plans


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN

As Gustav makes its way to the Gulf of
Mexico, The Humane Society of the
United States (HSUS) is urging residents
who may be in the path of the storm to
gather supplies and review their animal
evacuation plans.
"As Gulf Coast residents mark the third
anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, they
are once again under the threat of a poten-
tially very serious hurricane," said
Scotland Haisley, senior director of
Emergency Services for HSUS. "I urge
residents to prepare now for the possibili-
ty of evacuation orders by preparing a pet
disaster kit and making plans to evacuate
with your animals. If it's not safe for you,
it's not safe for your pet."
Louisiana authorities are developing
plans to open evacuation shelters to house
pets should the forecast warrant. HSUS
urges residents to check the Web sites for


the Louisiana Department of Agriculture
and Forestry (www.ldaf.state.la.us) and
the Louisiana State Animal Response
Team (www.lsart.org) for updated infor-
mation. Availability at these shelters will
be limited and residents are strongly
urged to be self-sufficient in caring for
their families, including their animals.
HSUS is also monitoring the path of
Gustav. Its animal rescue team includes
personnel and equipment that can be
deployed if the impact of the storm sur-
passes the capability of local animal
agencies and resources.
The failure to plan for your pets' safety
can lead to tragedy. During Hurricane
Katrina residents were forced to abandon
dogs, cats and other animals by the tens
of thousands, according to a HSUS press
release. Fortunately, simple steps can
ensure that pets will not be left in a dan-
gerous, situation.
A pet disaster kit should include:


Book signing with Graceville

author set for September 6


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
Graceville author Tracey H.
Kitts will be have a book sign-
ing Saturday, Sept. 6, at
Chipola River Book & Tea,
4402 Lafayette St., Marianna,
from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.


Kitts will be on hand to sign
copies of her novel, "Red."
The paranormal romance
novel is the first book in the
Lilith Mercury: Werewolf
Hunter series.
According to Kitts, "Reader
response to this series has


been tremendous. 1 am glad so
many people are enjoying
Lilith's story. It takes place
right here in the South and a
lot of people like that."

On the net:
www. traceyhkitts. corn


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pets.
Up-to-date identification, including
an additional tag with the phone number
of someone out of the area in the event the
pet becomes lost.
Medications, medical records and a
first aid kit stored in a waterproof con-
tainer.
Sturdy leashes, harnesses and carriers
to transport pets safely as well as blankets
or towels for bedding and warmth.
Carriers should be large enough to com-
fortably house your pet for several hours
or even days.
For more information about disaster
preparedness, visit
humanesociety.org/disaster.


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President of Florida Chamber of Commerce to speak

at 'Local Government Appreciation Breakfast'


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
Friday, Sept. 5, from 7 to 9
a.m., the Jackson County
Chamber of Commerce'
Government Affairs
Committee will present the
Second Annual Local
Government Appreciation
Breakfast, at Jackson County
Agriculture Conference
Center, 2741 Pennsylvania
Ave., Marianna.
Breakfast and networking
start at 7 a.m., and the pro-
gram begins at 7:45 a.m.
The appreciation breakfast
is held each September in
conjunction with the


Chamber's First Friday
Power Breakfast and
Speakers Series.
Jackson County has 85
elected positions-town
councils from the 11 munici-
palities across Jackson
County, county commission-
ers, school board members,
judicial officials, constitu-
tional officers and state legis-
lators representing the coun-
ty. This annual event affords
community members the
opportunity to meet those
involved in their elected,
local government.
The featured speaker will
be Mark Wilson, president


and chief executive officer of
the Florida Chamber of
Commerce.
A native of Illinois, Wilson
received his B.A. in Business
from the University of
Georgia and has earned the
national designation of
Certified Chamber Executive
(CCE). Prior to joining'the
Florida Chamber of
Commerce in 1998, Wilson
served as vice president of the
Chicagoland Chamber and
served two years with the
U.S. Chamber of Commerce.
Mark Wilson is a member
of the American Chamber of
Commerce Executives, the


Florida Association of
Chamber Professionals, and
currently serves on the board
of the Association of State
Chamber Professionals.
Wilson also serves on the
boards of Enterprise Florida,
Florida TaxWatch, the Florida
Chamber of
Commerce/Florida Chamber
Foundation and the Florida
Council on Economic
Education, as well as serving
as a member of the Florida
Council of 100.
Wilson resides in
Tallahassee with his wife, two
sons and daughter.


McMillion receives master's


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
Sharon McMillion
received a master's in
elementary education P
on Aug. 16. In addi- -
tion to the master's
courses, McMillion
took some extra P
courses in special
education, to help her
better care for her dis- Sh
abled son. Mc
She received her
A.A. from Mary Holmes
Junior College in 1980, her
B.S. from Alabama State
University in 1982.


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Currently enrolled religious
studies classes in
McEwen, Tenn., and
paralegal studies at
Blackstone in
Allentown, Pa., she
holds an honorary
doctorate from World
Wide Ministries .in
Fresno, Calif.
I McMillion is the
ron wife of Bishop John
Ilion McMillion, and the
mother of John
"Scooter" McMillion Jr.
Bishop and Exhorter
McMillion pastor the Prayer
Temple Church locally.


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SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN

During the week of July 31 through Aug. 1, the New
Hope Missionary Baptist Church hosted "God's Big
Backyard" vacation Bible school.
The kids and adults in attendance .were challenged to
serve their families, friend, neighbors, communities and
Jesus, and discovered how much fun that service can be.
Each day began with a large music group and an intro-
duction to a Bible story and "Life Focus." Afterward, they
moved on to other activities which included "Backyard
Food &, Fun," where they had time to move around, have
fun and fill up; "Backyard Music," where they had fun
learning new service and lesson oriented songs;
"Clothesline Creations," where they had fun creating serv-
ice and lesson oriented crafts; "Backyard Bible Club,"
with Bible storytelling and lessons on how to apply the
story by completing "It's Your Serve" service challenges;
and "Community Comer," where they had an opportunity
to meet community servants who motivated and encour-
aged them to get involved in community service projects.
Community servant volunteers participating in "God's
Big'Backyard" vacation Bible school at New Hope
included Patricia Williams, R.N. and entrepreneur; Shawn
McCardie, paramedic firefighter, and Candance Gehron,
EMT firefighter from Jackson County Fire and Rescue;
Karen Edwards, social service director from the Jackson
County Health Department; and Shirl Williams, director
of student services from Jackson County School Board.


The community service project for Vacation Bible School was to provide
school supplies for the children in the New Hope Church Community. A
special thanks to all of our sponsors, patrons & other donations. The
Church was able to give each student in attendance, school supplies. Our
Sponsors-Platinum: Marianna Toyota, B & J Embroideries, Williams
Dozier Service, the Leslie Family, the Forrest Family & the Dickens
Family. Sponsors: Rahal Chevrolet Buick Cadillac, Baker, Mercer & Young
Law Firm, Pizza Hut-Downtown, Pizza Hut-Interstate, Sylvia Stephens-
Supervisor or Elections Patrons: Winn Dixie, Dominoes Pizza, Sun Trust
Bank & Johnny Williams of Citi Finance Co., Basford's Piano & Christian
Supply Donations: Cypress Cove Assembly of God Church, St. Luke
Missionary Baptist Church & New Liberty Hill Missionary Baptist Church.
Last but not least a special thanks to the New Hope Missionary Baptist
Church Family and our Pastor, Rev. Luther Farmer, to God be the Glory
for all He has done!



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DMC Commissioner Brown steps down after 30 years


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
Sis. Queen Bowers Brown stepped
down as Commissioner of the
Debutante-Master Commission
(DMC) at the close of the Christian
Debutante-Master Dedication
Ceremony on Sunday, Aug. 24, in
Pensacola. Her early experiences
with DMC were in the '70s, while her
daughter, Harriet Patricia Brown,
served as a Speech Pathologist in
Chicago, Ill.
Harriet met Mrs. Crawford who
initiated the idea of the .Christian
Debutante Master Dedication
Commission in the late '60s. She
became interested in the goals of the
DMC Commission and supported
Mrs. Crawford by volunteering her
time and typing materials for her first
DMC Directory. Harriet's mother,


Mrs. Brown met Mrs. Crawford at
the DMC's "Queen of May" event
one Mother's Day while visiting her
daughter in Chicago, Ill. The DMC
activity impressed her and by con-
stant request, she decided to become
a DMC supporter. Her first involve-
ment was becoming a "Queen of
May Contestant." When the contest
ended, she was successful in being
crowned "DMC Queen of May for
the A. M. E. Church." The finance
raised was used for the support of the
Christian Debutante-Master
Commission of the A.M.E. Church,.
In 1993, Bishop Frank C.
Cummings decided to reactivate the
DMC Commission, in the 11th
Episcopal District, and appointed
Mrs. Queen Bowers Brown of
Marianna as the Episcopal DMC
Commissioner.


Under his leadership and the sup-
port of presiding elders, pastors,
commissioners and laity, the DMC
was organized throughout the 1 Ith
Episcopal District including the
Bahamas.
A dedication ceremony was held
each year, at the site of the Christian
Education Congress on the Sunday
evening prior to the opening session.
The Christian Dedication Ceremony
is not a social event, but a religious
and spiritual celebration. During the
ceremony, young men and young
ladies publicly dedicated their lives
to greater and more effective, contin-
ued Christian service now and in the
years ahead. From this effort on the
Episcopal District Level, during the
years of 1993 2000, more than
$100,000 was contributed to Edward
Waters College. Over 400 young men


and young ladies-participated in the
ceremony.
In the fall of 2000, the DMC was
moved to the Conference Level. Mrs.
Brown and her daughter completed
eight years of dedicated service.
Bishop Adams honored Mrs. Brown
with the title, "DMC Commissioner
Emertis" for the llth Episcopal
District.
Since 2000, she has continued her
services as a Marianna District DMC
Commissioner.
Mrs. Brown says she will always
cherish the memories of the DMC
activities and the friendships gained
during her 30 years of service.
"It was a blessed opportunity to
serve. As the younger leaders take
the leadership, always remember,
just call, if you ever need a helping
hand," said Brown.


Sis. Queen Bowers Brown


Barfield is Chipola employees awarded for service


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN


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Employee

of the Year
SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
Pat Barfield has been named
Chipola College's Career
Employee of
the Year for
2008.
Barfield has
worked at the
college since
1988, starting
as Switchboard
Operator. She
currently serves Pat
as a Staff Barfield
Assistant in the
college's Institutional
Development and Planning
Office.
Barfield's supervisor Gail
Hartzog says, "I nominated Pat
for this year's award because of
the outstanding results of our
Title III project and the SACS
Reaffirmation Review. Now that
we know of the results of both
of these crucial projects, I feel
confident in saying that no
career employee.,did more for
Chipola during the last year. Pat
has become one of Chipola's
most valuable employees
because of her capacity- and
willingness to work for the good
of all. She lakes pride in her
work and seeks always to pres-
ent the college at its best. While
there are many deserving people
at Chipola, no one is more
deserving than Pat Barfield this
year."
Pat has served Chipola in sev-
eral capacities, including prepa-
ration of successful grant proj-
ects and accreditation docu-
ments, hosting visiting commit-
tees, serving as ah officer in sev-
eral campus organizations,
including a term as president of
Chipola's chapter of Florida
Association of Community
Colleges. She is a member of
Chipola's Career Employees
Association and serves as secre-
tary to the Chipola Governance
Council.
Barfield has four children,
four step-children, 10 grand-
children, eight step-grandchil-
dren, and four.step-great-grand-
children.
The family is active in Rocky
Creek Baptist Church, where
she has served as Church Clerk
for several years.
The Employee of the Year
recognizes the exceptional work
of Chipola's career service
employees: Candidates are
nominated by fellow employees
for exhibiting courtesy, motiva-
tion and professionalism.
Annual winners receive a
$1,000 bonus, reserved parking
for a year, a one-year member-
ship in FACC, and a $100 gift
certificate from the college
Book Store.


Employees of Chipola College were recognized for
years of service during the first staff meeting of the
school year on Aug. 15.
Employees were awarded certificates in five-year
increments.


Five years -- Karen Lipford, Bobbie Peace, Irma Cruz-White,
David Lane, Santine Cuccio, Rebecca Davis, Chastity Duke,
Greg Heiar, Stacey Gainer, Kristie S. Mosley and Wendy L.
Pippen. Not pictured are: Tony Baker, Dianne Green and
Donna E. Porter-Lankist.


10.years -- From left: Dennis Kosciw, Dr., Gina McAllister and
Royce Reagan. Not pictured: Tammy Neal.


15 years -- Vikki Milton and Lee Shook. Not pictured: Rose
Parramore, Lee B. Shook and Dr. Gene Prough.

The Family of Eugene Land

Would like to express our sincere
"Thanks" to all our dear friends and
neighbors and church families who truly
comforted our hearts with prayers and
kind deeds of love during this time of our
loss. May God richly bless you all.
Also, Thank you Covanant Hospice, for
the care & love you showed to our loved
one & us during his illness & after his
death. God Bless.


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Preparing for a Fall/Winter vegetable garden


CHARLES L. BRASHER
EXTENSION AGENT III -
FAMU/VEGETABLES


There seems to be a
renewed interest in vegetable
gardening, and fall is a great
time for growing vegetables,
especially our greens and
leafy ones.
Whether as a first-timer, or Cha
a veteran, you will need to Br
prepare your garden spot in
the same way.
First, make a plan to plant what
you and your family like to prepare
and eat. Write down the names of the
vegetables and allocate space for
each, by what they grow in-rows or
beds.
If preparing raised beds for the first
time, or in a new garden spot, take a
soil sample and send it to a reputable
lab. University labs such as the
University of Florida, Auburn, *or
Georgia, have the expertise and inter-
nal quality controls to give recom-
mendations on garden and other
crops and lawns.
Pull your samples soon and be able
to apply any needed lime or fertiliz-
ers in a timely manner. Lime usually
takes two to three months to dissolve
and become available to the plants.


arles L.
asher


Be sure to rotate root
crops such as carrots and
potatoes to new areas every
third year to avoid nema-
tode and fruit quality prob-
lems.
Practice field sanita-
tion-remove all summer-
grown plants first. Clear a
strip around the garden at
least six feet wide so that
thrips, whiteflies, aphids
will not have instant or


immediate access to your
fresh, green vegetables. Weed control
in strips will help cut down on host
plants for these insects.
Use resistant varieties of the cool
season crops when they are available.
Check with your Extension Agent for
a list of disease resistant hybrids that
are offered to the homeowner.
Mosaic viruses and spotted wilt
viruses have no chemical cures
presently.
Some beans, snow peas, and
English peas are resistant to certain
diseases, but will need to be moni-
tored for fungi after leaves form. Use
fungicide treated seed to help ensure
a good stand.
Some yellow squash crooknecks
and straightnecks, such as Prelude
and Mtlti-Pik, are resistant to mosa-


ic viruses, but will still need insecti-
cides to control the rindworms,
cucumber beetles, and others that
may attack the stalks and young
fruits.
Another crop that can be planted in
the fall is Irish potatoes. Seed pota-
toes may have to be special-ordered
through your garden or farm supply
store. Use fungicide treated seed
pieces to avoid germination and early
disease problems.
Plant a small amount in a short row
or two and prepare to cover the
plants, if early frosts or freezes occur.
Potatoes can be harvested within
85-100 days of planting, even earlier
for "new" crop spuds.
Insects are still considered to be a
problem on potatoes, so monitor for
potato weevils and others such as flea
beetles and tuberworms. Rotate to
areas in the garden that have not had
potatoes or sweet potatoes in three
years or more.
For further information, contact
your Master Gardener Desk or the
local Extension Office. The Jackson
County Office is located at 2741
Pennsylvania Ave., Marianna. The
phone number is 482-9620; e-mail is
jacksonmg@ifas.ufl.edu.


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Graceville races past Sneads

42-14 in preseason classic


BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR i

GRACEVILLE The Graceville
Tigers scored 30 points in the second
quarter and coasted to a 42-14 win
over Sneads Friday night in a presea-
son classic.
It was a dominant performance by
the Tigers, who rolled up 431 rushing
yards and held the Pirates to just 128
yards total for the game, which ended
with a running clock in the fourth
quarter.
Still, GHS coach Todd
Wertenberger was restrained in his
* praise for his team after the game.
"We, did okay," the coach said.
"I'm proud of the effort, but we have
a long way to go to beat Liberty
County (Sept. 5). We'll have to exe-
cute better to beat them."
It would seem difficult for the
Tigers to execute better than they did
Friday night, particularly in the sec-
ond quarter when they scored four
touchdowns on four possessions.
Antrell Wright capped the first
scoring drive for Graceville with a,
12-yard run on the first play of the
second period .
Treyshaun White's 2-point conver-
sion run made it 8-0.
The Tigers took over at the Sneads
44-yard line on their next possession
after a Pirates fumble, then marched


BY SHELIA MADER
FLORIDA CORRESPONDENT
The Marianna Bulldogs
suffered a 24-14 loss in the
Pre-Season Classic Friday
night at the hands of the East
Gadsden Jaguars at Corey
Field in Quincy.
The Bulldogs struck first
blood when Junior Tre Long
took the opening kick off 90
yards for a touchdown for a
7-0 lead
The Jags answered on their
next drive with a 37-yard
touchdown pass and the
game was tied 7-7.
The Bulldogs' next drive
was halted on a fumble that
was recovered by East
Gadsden, though Marianna
escaped any damage when
once again Long came
through with an interception
at the 6-yard line.
Long returned the ball to
the 20-yard line where the
Bulldog offense came out
with senior Dustin Larkin
under center.


"I thought we were in
better shape. We got tired
early, then Graceville got
on a roll and we started
moving like we were in
quicksand."
-Don DowmIg.
Sneads coach

to another score seven plays later otn
a 2-yard run by White.
The 2-point play came on a pass
from Justin Miles to DarrellOlds for
a 16-0 lead with 7:38 on the clock.
I A 78-yard kickoff return for a
touchdown by Mark Lawson
appeared to get Sneads back into the
game, but the Tigers' stormed right
back down the field on their next
possession to quell that notion.
Graceville dro e 68 yards on five
plays, with Wright scoring on a 43-
yard run off of an' option pitch from.
.Miles:.,
Jamie Simmons converted the 2-
point pla. to make it 24-7 'With 5:23
left in the half.
Florian Litim got the ball.back for
Graceville with one of his two inter-
ceptions of the night, picking off


On 3rd-and-5, Larkin
completed a pass to Bradley
Battles for a first down.
Battles then scurried for 17
yards to the 42-yard line of
the Jags. On 3rd-and-i, it
was R. J. Bowers who picked
up the first down.
The Bulldogs failed to
capitalize on their next set of
downs and turned the ball
over on downs.
The Bulldogs started their
next drive at the East
Gadsden 48-yard line.
Junior Fidel Montgomery
came on as quarterback for
this series but the Bulldogs
were unable to put together a
drive, forcing a punt.
East Gadsden was in the
end zone on its next play on
a 76-yard pass completion.
It was East Gadsden 14-7
over the Bulldogs early in
the second quarter.
Marianna punted on their
next possession and with
4:20 left to play in the first
half, East Gadsden put up
another six points on a 20-


Graceville's Justin Miles rolls out of the pocket away from a pair of Sneads .defenders during Friday night's pre-
season classic against Sneads in Graceville. GHS won 42-14. -Mark Skinner/Floridan


Taylor Edge at the Tigers' 15-yard
line with 3:37 on the clock.
A 45-yard pass from Miles to Olds
moved the ball into Sneads. territory.
and Wright capped it off again with
an 18-yard touchdown run with 54
seconds left in the half.
After the onslaught was done,
Graceville had outgained Sneads 296
to 34 in the first half.
Sneads coach Don Dowling said
that his team simple) was not as well-


conditioned as the Tigers.
"I thought %\e were in better
shape," he said. "We got tired early,
then Graceville got on a roll and we
.started :moving like %e were in
quicksand."
Wertenberger agreed. noting his
offensive line's dominance in the
second period. ,
"They got tired before %%e did and
our kids just sort of mashed them in
the second quarter."


Wright led the Tigers with 156
yards rushing on 10 carries and three
touchdowns, all in the first half.
"Antrell did a good. job and ran
hard," Wertenberger said of his run-
ning back. "He hasn't run it like that
in practice, so it was exciting to
watch him run."
However, it was not a one-man
band for the Tigers, with fullback
See CLASSIC, Page 4C >


GRMS ties,

Graceville wins

in jamboree
BY SHELIA MADER
FLORIDAN CORRESPONDENT

The Grand Ridge Middle
School Indians walked off the
field at Vernon following their
two quarters of play undefeated
Thursday night.
They did not post a win either.
The 8-8 tie was not what the
outcome GRMS coach Ait Porep
had planned for his team.
"Any time you come away with
a tie, as a coach, that's just not
what you want," he said.
Both teams were held scoreless
in the first quarter of play, but it
was a set of broken tackles that
allowed the Vernon Yellow
Jackets to put the first points on
the board.
"We just couldn't wrap him up
and 50 yards later, he was in the
end zone," Porep said.
The Indians tied the game with
2:35 left in the final quarter of
play on a 32-yard run by Delontre
See JAMBOREE, Page 4C >


yard run.
The Jaguars added a field
goal to take a 24-7 lead into
the locker room at the half.
With time running out in
the final quarter,
Montgomery picked up the
final scored of the game on a
20-yard run.
On the night, the Bulldogs
had 274 total yards on the
night with 223 of those on
the ground.
Rushing for the Bulldogs
was R. J.. Bowers with 50
yards, followed by Coco
Borders with 44.
Montgomery had 36 yards
with a touchdown and
Lockhart was on the board
with. 22 yards rushing.
Following the game, MHS
coach Rob Armstrong said:
"I'm glad to get the scrim-
mage and go against some-
body else. We got everybody
on film and we can watch
that and get ready for next
week. We played everybody
about half the game and it's
about has hot as it's been so


Marianna Bulldogs player go through a drill during a
practice this summer. MHS lost to East Gadsden 2.4-10
Friday night in their preseason debut. Floridan File
Photo


now we've got to get ready
to play a whole game."
The Bulldogs open the


regular season at home
Friday night against
Blountstown at 7 p.m.


Hornets fall to Freeport in 37-32 shootout


BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR
COTTONDALE It wasn't the
start that Cottondale coach Mike
Melvin hoped for, but it was the start
he expected.
After his team. missed two prac-
tices due to inclement weather the
week leading up to Thursday night's
37-32, preseason classic loss to
Freeport, Melvin said he thought his
team's debut might not be a thing of
beauty.
"That was exactly what I expect-
ed," the coach said. "We have a lot of
work to do, but the mistakes we
made are fixable."
One thing the Hornets will need to
fix before their Sept. 5 regular season
opener against Sneads is special
'teams.
The Hornets allowed two long
kickoff returns by the Bulldogs deep
into Cottondale territory to set up a
pair of touchdowns.
They also watched Freeport fake


"Special teams was the
turning point in the
game. They got way too
much off of bad special
teams. When you miss
practice, that's one of the
things that suffers and it
showed."
-Mike Melvin,
Cottondale coach

two extra-point attempts to convert
two-point conversions.
"Special teams was the turning
point in the game," Melvin said.
"They got way too much off of bad
special teams. When you miss prac-
tice, that's one of the things that suf-
fers and it showed."
Freeport's Nathan Hendrickson


returned the opening kickoff of the
game to the Cottondale 14-yard line,
which led to a 16-yard touchdown
,pass by Cole Weeks to Paul Holmes
on 4th-and-16- i
Hornets quarterback 'Jesse
Freeman had a pass intercepted by
Eric Ogles on their first possession of
the game and returned 54 yards to the
Cottondale 23.
Five plays later, Hendrickson
scored from four yards out on a 4th-
and-goal play.
After the Bulldogs faked the extra
point and converted a 2-point play,
they led 15-0 with 1:07 on the first
quarter clock.
The Hornets answered with a 74-
yard touchdown pass by 'Jacob
Herring, who took the ball on a
sweep play before pulling up to pass,
to Terry Benbow to make it 15-8.
Cottondale took the lead after
Freeman found Benbow for a beauti-
ful 29-yard fade pass for a touch-
down, followed by Noreese
Williams' 2-point conversion for a


Cottondale quarterback Jesse Freeman scrambles for yards during
SThursday night's 37-32 preseason loss to Freeport in Cottondale. Mark
Skinner/Floridan


16-15 lead with 5:44 left in the first
half.
However, poor special teams again
came back to bite the Hornets, as


Hendrickson again came up with a
big kickoff return, this time taking it "
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Soccer Coaches and
Officials
The Marianna Recreation
* Department is seeking peo-
ple interested in coaching
soccer or officiating soccer
for the upcoming 2008. sea-
son.
Training for coaches and
officials will be provided by
the Recreation Department.
If interested, please call
482-6228.
Football Kiddie Clinic
The 2008 annual football
kiddie clinic for Marianna
High School will be held
Sep. 6 at the MHS gym,
from 8-11."
The clinic is open to all
girls age threes to the fifth
grade. Cost is $25. For
more information, call
Christi Shelfer at 482-9605,
ext. 307.
Cheerleader Kiddie
Clinic
The Sneads High School
cheerleaders will host a kid-
die cheer clinic on Sept. 13.
Registration begins at
7:45 a.m. central time and
the clinic will run from 8-
11:30 am.
Girls aged four 'through
fifth- grade are invited to
attend. The cost for the clin-
ic is $25 and includes a
snack and a t-shirt.
All' participants will be
invited to cheer with the
cheerleaders during the first
half of the SHS vs. Franklin
Co. varsity football game
on Sept. 19. .'.
For more information call
482-9004 ext. 249.
Chipola Softball Golf
Tourney
The Chipola College
Lady Indians softball team
will host a golf tournament,
Sept. 19 at Indian Springs
Golf Club in Marianna.
The format is Two-Man
Team, Select-A-Shot, with
a 1 p.m. shotgun start. Cost
is $150 per team with prizes
for the winners.
Hole sponsorships are
available for $50.
For information,' call
Belinda Hendrix at (850)
573-6302 or email: hen-
drixb@chipola.edu
Chipola Leadership
Banquet
NCAA coach of the year
Bill Self of the University
of Kansas and Greg
Marshall of Wichita State
will speak at the, Chipola
Leadership Banquet at
Chipola College Oct. 4 at 7
p.m.
The leadership banquet is
free and open to the public.
Business leaders" and high
school athletic departments
are also invited to attend
and bring their staff and
employees.-
The Chipola, Indians and
Northwest Florida, former-
ly Okaloosa-Walton, will
each play two scrimmage
games beginning at 10 a.m.
earlier that day. Other teams
include Talladega College,
Alabama Southern, and
Northwest Shoals.
For more information
regarding the Oct. 4 event,
call Joc Calloway at 850-
718-2451 or Greg Heiar at
850-573-6839.


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BY SHELIA MADER
FLORIDAN CORRESPONDENT
Four Marianna Lady Bulldogs
enjoyed a summer of competi-
tive softball playing travel ball
for the Rage.
The Rage participated in the
USSSA World-Series held in'
Panama City during July.
Krista Griffin, Janna Hinson,
Tuesday Middlebrooks and
Taylor Smith were part of a
World Series team, an experi-
ence they won't soon forget.
Out of 35 teams competing for
the World Title,' the. Rage took
8th place.
The tournament gave three of
the girls a chance to ready them-
selves for their senior year as
Lady Bulldogs.
Middlebrooks has relocated to
Baker High School.
Having been a part of three
district championships before
their junior season when .they
won only one game.
Griffin says, "I was so excited
to see our highlights of the game
on television. The game against
P. C. Lightning was a big game
for us and I was glad that every-
one heard about our win,"
Griffin was equally excited


"Playing for the Rage
this summer was a
wonderful experience
for me. It was totally
wicked watching myself
running across the
television screen during
our game against Lady
Lightning."
-Taylor Smith,
Marianna softball player

about the playing time with the
Rage.
.'Playing with the Panama City
Rage was fun and beneficial to
us," she said.
"Coach Ronnie and coach
Tommy -did a wonderful job
coaching us this summer. Even
though we had to drive to
Panama every week for practice
it was worth it. Playing with this
team gave us a chance to regroup
and get ready for our senior
year."
Hinson's best memory was the


victory over the Lightning.
"Beating Lady Lightning was
an awesome victory because we
had played them in previous
tournaments and had never beat-
en them," she said. "We. were
mentally prepared going into the
World Series knowing how good
of a team they were and we were
'mentally prepared for it."
Smith says the experience as a
whole was great.
"Playing for the Rage this
summer was a wonderful experi-
ence for me," she said.
"It was totally wicked watch-
ing myself running. across the
television screen during our
game against Lady Lightning.
The World Series win was 'most
likely the highlight of our sum-
mer season. The memories of our
weekly trips are unforgettable,
especially our high pitched
singing to Michael Bolton."
The television exposure
appeared to be a positive at the
plate with Griffin coming up
with a stand up two RBI double,
Hinson an RBI single and Smith
drawing a walk in her only at
bat.
All three girls will return to
the field in the spring for the
Lady Bulldogs.


Former Marianna Bulldogs baseball player enjoying his pursuit of Major League dream


BY SHELIA MADER to make the choice to pursue his dream of one
FLORIDAN CORRESPONDENT day playing in the major leagues.
His first assignment 'sent him to the
In 2004,' Stephen. Chapman had a choice to Milwaukee "A" team in Charleston, West
make. Virginia. It was there where he broke the fran-
He verbally committed to Auburn University chise record for most home runs in a season.
after four years as a starter on the Bulldogs The record had been 20 homes runs prior to
baseball team. He had other offers but the last seasodn when Chapman blasted 24 runs out
Tiger offer seemed to be his choice. Then came of the park for the West Virginia Power.
the major league draft in June. Chapman is remembered from his. high
Chapman was chosen by the Milwaukee school days for denting a bus over thd right
Brewers organization in he sixth round. field fence at Bulldog Field his senior year.
Chapman said although he thought about Along with the 24. homeruns, Chapman,
both sides of the coin, he didn't take him long drove in 89 runs. His performance last year


earned him the a. prestigious award from
Baseball America.
Chapman was named as Baseball America's
Position Player of the Year for the entire
Brewers system.
This year Chapman moved into. the Brewers
High A Club, the Brevard County Manatees.
Prior to this season, Chapman had played right
field for the West Virginia Power.
During the offseason last year, he played in a
winter league in Hawaii.
He was moved to first base and when he
returned to the Brewers this season was asked
to remain in that position. Although it's been a


frustrating year this season with injuries,
Chapman said he has no regrets.
"It's been hard this year," he said. "I have
been injured a quite a bit. I had a pulled ham-
string and' was out for awhile and now I'm out
with a pulled oblique. That will keep me side-
lined for about two more weeks and I've
already been out four weeks.
"But it's great playing baseball and I love it.
The Brewers have been awesome and the expe-
rience is unforgettable."
Chapman is the son of Charles and Elaine
Chapman of Fort Worth, Texas, formerly of
Marianna.


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Davis says college

choice an easy one
BY SHELIA MADE
FLORIDAN CORRESPONDENT
After four years as a varsity starter for the
Marianna Bulldogs soccer team, Joseph Davis
has moved on to the next level of play.
Davis has joined the Southeastern
University Fire for the 2008-09 season. Davis
'said the choice came easy for him.
"It's a Christian university and I attended
open tryouts in the spring," he said. "The*
doors opened and I got to know the coach a lit-
tle bit and it was just the right choice for me.',
Davis said initially the coach told him he
could train with the team but would have to
wait until spring to try out for the team.
It was shortly after training started the coach
approached Davis and told him he would be
on the team but would be redshirted for his
freshman year. Davis' athleticism and knowl-
edge of soccer took little time to change the
coach's mind. He was activated and will part
of the Fire's team this year. Southeastern is the
two-time defending South Region Champions
in the NCCAA Division II. Davis said most of
the teams the Fire play are NAIA colleges.
The Fire were scheduled to open up play
Saturday against Union University and will
face Huntington College Sunday afternoon.
Loyal to the Bulldogs, Davis said: "I have
almost a month off at Christmas and I'll be
home "to watch the Bulldogs soccer teams."
Davis played under MHS coach Rex. Suggs.
He is the son of Dr. Jeff and Donna Davis and
has a sister, Sianna, a senior starter for the
Lady Bulldogs soccer team.


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Floridan's Kindel Lanes weekly bowling report


08/26/2007
Tuesday Morning Coffee League
Team Standings
W-L
1) Misfits 7-1
2)1001.Uses 6-2
3)Champion Tile 5-3
4) BatFriends 4-4
5)James & Sikes 4-4
6)Davis Optometry 5-3
7) Pacers 3-5
8)Family Dentistry 3-5
9) Gazebo 3-5
10) Hopkins 2-6
High Team Game: The Misfits
High Team Series: The Misfits
High Game Female: Hellen Stanley
High Game Male: John Davis
High Series Female: Hellen Stanley
High Series Male: John Davis


Image

My dear friends and sometime fishing
partners Benny and .George were once
seen backing a boat down a ramp into the
Chattahoochee River without first
unhooking' the tie-downs from boat to
trailer.
Naturally, when the
trailer and its still-
secured cargo entered
the water, the prover-
bial comedy of errors
ensued.
The hapless pair of.
"outdoorsmen," in clas-
sic three stooges-
minus-one fashion, just
barely kept boat, trail- Bob Kornegay
er, and pickup truck
from washing away in
the relentless current.
"I believe you boys forgot to unhook
them straps," said an old man watching
from the bank.
"Nah," quick-thinking Benny
answered, "we do this now -and.then just
to check the tension on 'em. Gas it,
George, and get us back up that ramp. "
Even when they do- (albeit rarely)
make it onto the water without mishap,
George and Benny, are prone to angling
glitches. George, for example, can back-
lash a simple fishing pole as badly as
most of us can snarl a baitcasting reel.
In fact, he spends a great deal of his
fishing time unraveling monofilament,
hooks, and bobbers from the end of his
trusty Breambuster.
At such times, he gets a serious, per-
plexed look .on his face and asks aloud,
"Now how did that happen?"
Uncannily, never once has Benny or


08/26/2008
Tuesday Night Mixed League
Team Standings
1) Precision
2) Vacancy
3) Backwoods Bowlers
4) Team 8
5) Team 1
6) S C B C
7) Our Gang
8) Hollywood
9) Foursome
10) Smith's


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High Team Game: Team 8
High Team Series: Team 1
High Game Female: Trudy Pope
High Game Male: Joe Anderson
High Series Female: Cheryl Gaffaney
High Series Male: Joe Anderson


is ever

George been laughed at or ridiculed. On
the contrary, they are looked upon with
respect by all who'observe each bum-
bling fiasco.
Why? Because they know the impor-
tance of the image an outdoorsman must
always strive to project.
They are ultimately skilled at hiding
their frequent ineptitude beneath an
expert-outdoorsman facade.
To preserve that image, they simply
disguise all in-the-field screw-ups with
such statements as, "I meant to do that"
or "Something besides me caused all this
to happen."
Benny and George are my heroes. I
want to be them when I grow up.
Then there is my friend and fellow
outdoor scribe John. John is a true out-
doors expert and mentor who fishes well,
hunts with great skill, and in general per-
forms all sporting feats as if he were
born to them. John, by rights, should be
my hero, but isn't.
You see, John knows absolutely fioth-
ing about image. Worse, he is also' a
paragon of honesty. He doesn't believe
in facades and insists that all he does-,
rightly or wrongly, stand on its own
merit.
Utterly disgusting.
Once, John caught a trophy rainbow
trout from an especially difficult stretch
of mountain creek..
As he modestly accepted the kudos of
admirers, he foolishly admitted (without
even being asked) to tipping his dry -fly
with a tiny ball of white bread to entice
the otherwise unwilling fish.
Snobbish fly-fishing purists were
appalled and John was the brunt of their


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2) Team 10 3-1
3) Team 11 3-1
4) Team 3 2-2
5) Meghan & Her Guys 2-2
6) Nailport Express 2-2
7) Team 6 2-2
8) DBBLL Trouble 2-2
9) Team 8 2-2
10) Hollis Body Shop 1-3
11) Team 9 1-3
12) Team 12 1-3
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High Team Series: Team 10 3220
High Game Female: Kelly Davis 216


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righteous wrath for weeks afterward.
More recently, he found a just-dead
12-pound largemouth bass and right off
the bat told the whole world the truth,
disavowing the fact that he'd technically
"caught" the fish.
Worse (and I saw this with my own
eyes), John once ate a shore lunch of
Mandarin oranges and sugar wafer cook-
ies, much to the revulsion of fellow
anglers who were consuming the tradi-
tional (image-enhancing) Vyeenees and
soda crackers.
His lame excuse? "But I like them!"
The boy just doesn't understand that
image is everything. Image-conscious
anglers never, but never, admit cheating
atfly-fishing, hesitate to lie about their
exploits, and ought to have the good
sense to eat such things as Mandarin
oranges and sugar wafers behind closed
doors.
For instance, put Benny or George in
the same scenario and that bass would
now be mounted on the wall of one of
their dens, complete with an embossed
brass plate stating time, date, and place
of "capture."
Yep, much as I admire and appreciate
Brother John, I'm very put off by his'
what-you-see-is-what-you-get attitude.
Give me the Benhys and Georges of the
world. They learned long ago that it's a
whole lot easier to "baffle 'em with B.S."
, rather than "dazzle 'em with brilliance."
By the way, George, old buddy, I'm
officially dedicating this indignant rant
wholly to you. Maybe now you'll think
twice before complaining again that I
never write anything flattering about you
or yours.


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Continued From Page 1C
Leron Hoover rushing for 89 yards on 13 carries, Miles rushing because no matter how bad we feel about this one, we're still 0-
for 89 yards and two touchdowns, while throwing for 57 yards, 0. But we've got to improve on defense."
and White rushing for 45 yards and a touchdown. The Tiger offense picked up right where'it left off at the start
"Leron Hoover also did a nice job running it. He was like a of the third quarter, taking the opening drive 67 yards on 12
tank out there," Wertenberger said. "Justin Miles, I think he plays, ending with a 4-yard touchdown run by Miles on an
made one error all night. He did a great job managing the game. option keeper to make it 36-7.
"He's making a lot of calls at the line of scrimmage now, so Later in the period, the Tigers drove 94 yards on just four
he makes me look like a genius because now I don't make bad plays, getting runs of 14 and 17 yards from Hoover before Miles
calls." took off for 61 yards before being dragged down at the Sneads
For the Pirates and Dowling, it's back to the drawing board 2. Miles kept it on the option again on the next play to put
before their:Sept. 5 regular season opener against the Cottondale Graceville up 42-7 with 2:02 on the third quarter clock.
Hornets in Cottondale. Lawson was the lone bright spot for the Pirates, rushing for 99
"I'm taking this (loss) because I didn't have us prepared," the yards and a touchdown, while accumulating 128 yards and a
coach said. "But I told the kids we have to stick together touchdown on two kick returns.


Jamboree
Continued From Page 1C

Keys. shut-out Wewa in Jamboree action pleased with his defense.
It was Keys who rushed for the two- Thursday night in Vernon. "They played well, we shut them out
point conversion to tie the game 8-8. Playing only two quarters, it took the and that's always a good sign," he said.
Following the game, Porep acknowl- young Tigers only a short time to put the "Kevin Edwards, our defensive end had a
edged that his team needed to improve, first points of the game on the board. good night. Malik Franklin plays middle
"We've got some work to do," he said. Running back Diala Martin scored the linebacker for us and he had a good night
"The defense did their job early but first of his three touchdowns on a 6-yard defensively."
you've got to make tackles." run to make it 6-0 Graceville. Having finished last season at 1-4,
The Indians will have little time to Martin added touchdown runs of 20 Miller is'hopeful Thursday night's show-
regroup as they open their regular season and 4 yards. ing is a positive his team can take into the
on the road at Bonifay Tuesday night. Converting on extra points plays was regular season.
Kickoff is scheduled for 6 p.m. with a Lamar Sorey, who rushed for two of four "The guys played hard and were very
fifth quarter activity scheduled for 5:30 conversions on the night. excited over the win," he said.
p.m. Quarterback Jackie Miles had a two- Graceville will open their regular sea-
yard touchdown run. son on Thursday at home against Port St.
The Graceville Middle School Tigers Graceville coach Travis Miller was Joe at 6 p.m.



Shootout
Continued From Page 1C


to the Cottondale 20-yard
line.
Weeks found Cody Binder
for a 20-yard touchdown pass
on the next play, then the
Bulldogs converted another
two-point play with some
trickery, lining up in the
swinging gate formation
before tossing the ball to an
upback for the conversion.
Freeport took the 23-16'
lead into the half, then pushed
the advantage to 30-16 with
10:08 left in the fourth on a
43-yard touchdown toss from
Weeks to Hendrickson.
The Hornets answered,
though, with a 30-yard touch-
down run by Dominique
Webb on 4th-and-1, then got
another Williams two-point
conversion to make it 30-24
with 8:29 to play.
Cottondale had one last
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chance to take the lead late in
the fourth, but the Bulldogs
converted a 3rd-and-16 with
another 43-yard touchdown
connection from Weeks to
Hendrickson to make it 37-24
with 1:33 to play.
Freeman led the Hornets
back down the field one last
time for a score, converting a
4th-and-7 with a 37-yard
completion to James Johns,
then tossing a 15-yard 'score
to Drew Bellamy with 6.3
seconds left.
"The kids played 4ll the
way to the end," Melvin said.
Freeman struggled early
with two interceptions, but
bounced back for a pretty
solid debut, tossing two
touchdowns and throwing for
166 yards.
"He'll get better from week
to week," Melvin said of his


quarterback,
"There were some things
he missed out there tonight,
then he came back to mne after
the play and said, 'yeah, I see
that,' which is how it's going
to be early on until he gets
more experience. He just has
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for 103 yards and two touch-
downs, as well as a pass
breakup and forced fumble on
defense.
Webb rushed for 75 yards
on 13 carries. Johns had two
catches for 75 yards.
The Hornets next play host
to Jackson County rival
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on the flats.
The best spots are areas
where submerged hydrilla.
lies in 3 to 5 feet of water a
short distance from a deep-
water drop-off.
When the sun is high,
move to the creeks and fish
deeper hydrilla beds in 15 to
20 feet of water.
Texas-rig worms pulled
through the grass are work-
ing well.'
Hybrids are good early
and late on the flats. Use
topwater plugs or crankbaits
when they surface.
Crappies are slow. Look
for them on channel ledges
*at 10 to 15 feet and fish min-
nows.
Bream are very good on
shallow-water sandbars.
Catfish are slow, but some
channel cats have been taken
on stinkbaits along the river
channels.
LAKE EUFAULA -
Bass are fair.
Smaller fish can be caught
early in the day on buzzbaits
and other topwater offerings.
Look for grassy areas on the
main lake for the best top-
water bite.
The best bass fishing
remains on the river channel
ledges.
Look for water 10 to 15
feet deep and 'fish- large,
deep-running crankbaits for
the best results. Jigs and
Texas-rig worms may also
pay dividends.
Hybrids are good and


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the ledges. There is a lot of
surface activity from multi-
ple fish schools. Catch these
fish with a shad-imitating
crankbait.
Crappies are fair. Ledges
in 15 to 20 feet of water have
been giving up some pretty
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bers.
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few hefty shell crackers
'have been taken.. Use red
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Though it is too hot for
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reported by night fishermen,
primarily anglers fishing the
banks near the tailwaters of
both dams.
Good numbers of pan-size
fish are reported.
Larger individual cats
may be caught while
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Work the banks and slow-
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Bream are fair on crickets
and worms. Drop-fish deep
water along steep banks for
the best results. Bluegills
will make up most of the
catch.
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instructions and access the
touch-tone for the
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SLANDSCAPING serving cart, 3 shelves, FREE: 2 small mixed PRODUCE uires onl 0K position will possess the
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-- $75,850-526-3365., breed female puppies, inur following
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850-526-3365.
850-526-336Lawn Mower, self pro-
Urfbrella holder: Cut- pelled, 22" cut, 6/2 HP,
glass umbrella holder, mulcher bag, excel-
or large vase. 20" tall, cond. $50 850-482-3145
heavy. $75.850-482-4480
heavy. $75.850-482-4480 Tires, set of 4, 225 17"
SMichelin 60R17 $150
H APPLIANCES 850-592-2053
Cooktop with grill GE MUSICAL
brand like new, $200
850-482-2356 or 850-
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Sw/books & music stand
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3 NEW HOMES
UNDER 175k NEAR
HIGH SCHOOL,
SUNLAND, AND
FEDERAL PRISON.
EASY TO QUALIFY
FOR NO DOWN
PAYMENT & NO
CASH NEEDED TO
CLOSE & MOVE
IN. CALL JAMES
GRANT 850-526-
8367 OR 850-526-
2346
PRICED TO SELL
UNDER 200K

850-526-8367


FSBO New 4303 sqft
4BR, 3.5 bath. $429,000.
Full info @ www.inf-
otube.net #195636


-iELL
Yamaha G 800R '04,
Red/White. 2-cyl. 160
hrs. Fair cond. $3,800
OBO. 334-695-2939.
Triton 2005 1753 Crap-
pie, mercury 60HP, 4
stroke front & rear live
wells, and bait well, lots
of storage, fully
equipped.$12,500 OBO
850-547-3484 after 6PM
Triton '08, 18 ft. Explor-
er w/115 HP Mercury
Optimax. 71 pound mo-
tor guide, 480 GPS/fish
finder, stainless steel
rop. Ready to fish
18,600. 334-774-5412 or
334-790-1346.
Tiara'00 3500 Open,
twin diesel engine,
master bedroom, full
bath & kitchen, bay


BOATS/MOTOR IICAMPSit / CAMPERS/
TRAILERS TRAVEL TR ]TRAVL TRAVELER
Forest River Surveyor
'06 30ft. Travel Traler,
,r ~ self-contained, sleeps
8, excellent cond.,
$17,995, 334-792-5151 or
334-648-1828


Chaparral 210 SSI '05,
Yellow, 260 hp bimini
top, galvanized trailer,
custom cover, garage
stored, only 20hours,
many extras. Like new.
$27,00, 334-475-3883.
Caravel '97 21 ft., Mer-
cruiser 240 hp, 1-0,
great cond.. garage
Kept, matching tandem
trailer w/ pressure
brakes, LED lighting,
low hours, NEW BABY
ONLY REASON BOAT IS
FOR SALE, $11,900 OBO,
Call 334-618-3957
BassTracker '08 pan-
fish, stick steer, 50 HP
mercury, like new.
$10,800 334-794-4429


Aquasport 2000, 23',
w/200 Johnson Ocean
Runner, Great condi-
tion. $13,000. Please
334-791-2609
Aluminum 15ft, fishing
boat, 25HP motor, trail-
er, trolling motor, fish
locator. $3000 334-671-
2998
Alumacraft '00 Flats, 18'
90 HP Johnson trolling
motor, depth finder,
live well, bimini top,
marine radio. $6,000.
229-723-5969 or 229-
308-2595


Mt nUlter 23.5 ailer
w/ trailer, '03 hp Hon-
da, 2much2 list, $10k
OBO, Call 334-806-2822.


86' BAYLINER 29ft. Vol-
vo 260 eng., fully loaded
w/trailer, low hours
$13,900 OBO 687-8169,
334-703-3138
34 ft. House Bbat,
Sleeps 6, good cond.,
asking $12,000 OBO,
Call 334-792-1079 or
334-718-9054


point slip free. $155,000 -
850-258-9917
SWEETWATER'94,20ft. --
Pontoon Boat, w/trai- .
ler, '06 trolling motor,
with extras $8,000 334-
775-7548

J 30ft. Hunter Sail Boat,
--r. turn key Live Aboard,
great weekend get
t away. Many upgrades.
Pt. Saint Joe, FL.,$18K
OBO, Call 850-227-4034
-."l-- iam~ff ~2004 90 hp Mercury
SPORTSCRAFT'70, 30- Out board $3750. firm
ft, 440 Chyr. engine, also 9.9 HP Evinrude
good condition, $5,000 $650. 334-774-3165 or
OBO 334-687-4634 334-791-7208
SILVERQUEEN '70 2001 17' Glastron
Houseboat in good SX170, 90 HP Johnson,
shape $6,500 FIRM Aluminum trailer, great
334-695-3548shape, $7500, Call 334-
677-4912

199870 HP Tohatsu,
runs great, $3000, Call
334-714-4882
CAMPERS/
TRAVEL TRAILER.
SEADOO '94 EXPLORER -
JET-BOAT 13ft. Excel- Sprinter 1999 5th wheel
lent Condition. 72hp, 27ft, with slide out
depth finder, Custom room, fully loaded with
Galv Trailer, Cover and new hitch. $9500 334-
other extras. $3700 805-3058
OBO. Call 334-794-6793
Lv. Msg. Prowler '98 5th Wheel.
31 ft. living & dining
Mastercraft '97 slide, full bath. Queen,
Prostar190, Exc. Cond, bed. end kitchen/oak
Tower, Bimini, Speak- cabinets, exc. cond.
ers, 675hrs.Must See, $10,500. 334-791-1783
16750 OBO 334-791-0636
Prowler 34 ft, 2 slides,
Marquis '77 w/1990 re- bumperpool sitting on
built 90 HP motor, lot in Eufaula with boat
trolling motor &fish shed. Call for details.
finder. $3,000 obo. 334- $15,000 FIRM. 334-798-
475-3272 0095 or 334-685-7742
Prowler '04 5th Wheel,
25 ft. Must see! Nice
unit. Many extras!
$15,500. Call 334-714-
0210.
Outback '06 31 RQS
Loaded $16,900 OBO
Mako '97 Model 191-19', 334-618-4501.
150 HP Mercury live
well, Bilge pump, $9,000 Nash 2004 5th wheel M-
OBO. Will trade. Call 24-53, 1 slide, impres-
334-718-1550 sive condition and
equipment, W-07 Silver-
Mako '77 center con- ado available for total
sole, 20ft, 200HP evin- travel package, let's
rude, excellent shape, discuss price. 334-701-
$6000obo, 334-585-6689 4315
Javin 16 foot boat, 90 Montana 2005 5th -
HP Johnson. $3500 334- Wheel, 4 slides, king
797-0309 bed, excellent condi-
tion. $34,500 OBO 850-
Javelin '94' Bass boat 547-2808
377A 150 fast strike,
trailer. $4750 334-596- Montana 02' 5th wheel
1694 camper, 32.5 ft. 2 slides,
Js 19bab-oat mounted space heater,
Jason 1986 bass boat new 4000 Onan
110 Johnson motor, generator w/inside re-
garage kept, good con- mote, $25k OBO, 850-
dition $4500 OBO 334- 593-6946
794 5511 /334-798-5936-Ma s d e0u5t hw he e
Maco '06 5th wheel
non-smoker, can be
seen at 2469 El Bethel
Church Rd. GR..$19K
850-593-6058
-- Jayco2001 pop up
camper, sleeps 7, gas
E M or electric fridge, eat-
/cooling system. awn-
Hunter2004 306 like ing. $4800 334-794-7103
available, in Port St Jayco "08" Eagle 5th
Joe, FL great weekend wheel, 291RLTS, 3
getaway, Detailed pics slides, with covers,
& info upon request, electric awning $35K,
$70K 850-653-8147. Lv selling for health rea-
Msqg sons 334-791-4192
Fisher 2008 1754, 40HP Jayco '03 camper, 34 ft.
4 stroke mercury, ta- 2 slide outs. Exc. cond.
chometer, humminq- Like new on rented lot
bird 565, live well, bilge with water front view
pump, $11,200 334-798- Lake Eufaula $19,000
0010 OBO 334-793-0021.
Chaparral '84 198XL 185 Camper Top for F-350
Evinrude with trailer Ford, $650. 334-347-
$4000. 334-693-9360 0415 or 334-806-7578


Fleetwood Scorpion '06,
popup mounted on a
trailer. Kitchen, bath,
ramps. $14K. Call Blake-
ly, 229-723-5958.
Fleetwood Prowler '04
5th wheel, 25 ft, bunk-
house, 1 owner, no
pets/smoker, like new,
gas/elec H20 heater,
15.200 850-557-1731
Need a New Home?
Checkout
the Classifieds
FLEETWOOD '05 Prowl-
er AX6, fifth wheel, 36ft,
4 slides, flace, large
shower, 30/50amp. A
real must st: $39,900
334-687-2994





Fleetwood 00
Prowler Camper,
Ig. slide out, 38', 2BR,
Great cond. $10,500
Call 229-308-1168.

98 Coachman Santa-
ra, 35ft. 23,000 miles,
7KW generator, 2 en-
tries, ducted CH/A,
hydraulic levelers,
rear queens, sleeps
6, leather power cap-
tains chairs, base-
ment model, great
shape, all manuals,
service records,
$32,000.850-762-
3865


at 702-6060 or (800)


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'95 Westport by Fleet- Winnebego '99 Brave
wood, 34' 2 slides, rear 35-C, 35',living rm,
kitchen, hardwood slide, 35k mi., Alcoa
floors, good condition, wheels, new tires, gen.,
$14,000 687-2684, 334- jacks, $33,500 obo, 522-
703-0125 3564
2007 19ft. Pilgrim Lite CLASSIFIEDS
Travel Trailer, like new, We're Working For
asking $10,000, Call You!!
(334) 677-3827 Seabreeze Class A 95',
Ca i good condition, new
Classified carpet & bath fixtures
Can 64,050 mile. $25,500.
Sell It! 850547-3431
Call today
2006 custom park mod-
el Log Cabin,used 3
months perfect for lake
lot hunting cabin or
mother in raw suite on
your lot, ready to move.
$33,900. OBO (251)654- .
5586 R-VISION '06 Trail-Lite
2005 Gulf Stream Cavi-, 26ft fully loaded low
2005 Gulf Stream Cavi- mileage like new! In-
lar Pkmdl, 31'L, sleeps clude's navigation sys-
6, excellent condition, tem. Priced at $62,500
Full stand up shower. OBO 334-616-6508 to
$7,500. 334-237-1039 seea
2004 Dutchmen Classic ,,, ,, ,
35ft. 2 slides. 11 bath. .:a" '
Satellite. W/D hookup.
Exc. cond. Like new. U ur
$17,500. 334-671-0312.


RIVERSIDE'05 ADVEN-
2003 Keystone Cougar TURE travel trailer. 33
5th wheel, Series 276 ft. Large slide-out.
EFs. 28 ft. w / living Sleeps 9. Great condi-
room slide. Great cond., tlon. $16K. Must see.
$1300, 334-702-8267, Call Bob 334-445-6400.
leaveamessage- Monoco Knight '06,
1995 Shasta Travel Save $25K or more.
Trailer, 22 ft., sleeps 4, Diesel, 4 slides, 4300 mi,
$5500, Call (334) 794- many upgrades
2921 $159,700. 850-866-2774
08' Amerilite Travel Lexington '06 29ft,3
Trailer 21'/1 ft. Fully self slides, full body paint
contained, Used once. 11K miles, like new.
Pd $13,400, asking $10k $57,900 more info 334-
850-579-2217 703-2500 ,


MOTOR
HOMES
Holiday Rambler '02,
diesel pusher, 2 slides,
outside ent. center,
loads of extras, no
smoke, no pets, 38K
mi., Must Sell! $68,500
OBO, (850) 638-7920 or
850-596-8475_
Classifieds have what
you are looking for.
Fourwinds '08 Chateau
Sport Class C, 28 ft.
Workhorse Chassis 6.0L
Vortec. 5578K mi. no sl.
outs. non-smoker and
pet free. $55,000 obo
*Serious inquiries only*
Reduced!334-522-3652.
Ford 1991 Class C, re-
built onan, 2 A/C's,
good condition. $6000
will finance. 334-793-
5248
Fleetwood 2002 Discov-
ery 39ft, 2 slides, 330
HP diesel, very nice
$85,000 334-618-8457
Damon Dae Break 01',
Class A, 15.228K, 2 AC,
Lg slide out, ex. cond. -
$42,500. OBO. Please
call 334-585-2731
Damon '96 Daybreak
Motorhome. 31 ft.
Clean, sips 6. Great
cond. Comes w/ 2-whl
car dolly. 334-792-0619
Concord Coachman '05
Motor Home. 23' long
2700mi, Take over pay-
ments.850-593-5103
Chateau '04 4 Winds,
35 ft. Class Ct 26K ml.,
generator, microwave,
t.v, stove, fridge, full
bathroom, $39,900, 334-
687-1737
Airstream '93, 34' diesel
64K mi. Excellent cond.
$25,000.334-792-1079.
.34' Allegro, 1990, 37,000
miles. New tiles/ex-
haust/brakes. Excel
cond. $10,500 OBO. 334-
565-3160/504-0223
28 ft. Allegro, well
maintained, new tires,
fully loaded, new paint,
indoor kept. $12,500.
Call 334-792-8018 or
334-792-8827


TRAWICK RANCH
[Premier Equestrian Property offered in 5 Parcels]

CHIPLEY, FLORIDA


Luxury home, equestrian facilities & io6 acres
selling absolute to the highest bidder 313*
total acres Beautiful rolling pastures I5o
x 300* ft. arena Minutes to I-Io & the new
Panama City Beach Airport

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MOTORCYCLES/
ATVs
Kawasaki '01 Vulcan
1600cc, hardbags.
d/accs.exc. cond.
$6,900. 334-797-7020.
KAWASAKI '03 Vulcan
1500 Classic. Never laid
down, 19,000 miles, ex-
cellent condition. Load-
ed, $7,500. 334-702-7775
if no answer, leave
message.


5. Jn. j334-790-3480. ---- -- -.-'
Kawasaki '06 ZX-10R,
MOTORCCLES/ Black, Motorcycle. 3200
ATVs miles, runs well, low
miles, Great cond.,
'04 Big Dog Ridgeback, $7000, 334-687-8624.
Hard-tail, 11,000 mi, Kawasaki 750 ATV, like
$19,500, 334-648-2425. new, bumper, specialty
2005 CRF 150 F Honda, package, Allo Wheels,
good condition, very Call (334) 333-2988
ow mileage, $2,000 Kawaski '07 Mean
687-3275 or 850-625- Streak Special Edition.
3965 Under 500 miles, extras
Harley '061200 Sports- included, $9500, Call
ter, white, dyna fender, (334) 899-4247
Screaming Eagle pipes. Polaris 0cc '06, green
Exc. cond. 6100 mi., Great cond. $1,650. Call
$8,490 obo, 334-726- 334-726-7516.
7815
Sportster '06 883 Low.
Harley Davidson '00 Motorcycle. Black, 490
Heritage softtail twin mi., excellent condition.
cam, blue & silver, rd Loaded, 6200 OBO. Call
radio, lots of extras, 334-255-3165 or 334-
$12,000.334-671-4281. 255-2920.
SUNF200850CC,
moped, street legal.
$800 334-793-5248
M UST P Suzuki '07 GSX-R600,
1141 mi., like new, ask-
ing $7400 OBO, 334-677-
3694 or 334-714-0389
Suzuki '08 GZ250 wind-
51i0045 r5. 055. wOII-


HARLEY DAVIDSON -
'04 Road King. 5680
miles, Excellent
Cond.Better than
new, Lot of extras
$14;100 obo.Call 334-
333-6108.





Harley Davidson '05
Custom 1200, lots of ex-
tras, low miles. $7,200.
334-714-1294.





Harley Davidson '05
Electra Glide Ultra Clas-
sic, Red/Black, Loaded,
Great cond. $18,000,
334-389-9889.


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Harley Davidson '06
Dyna Super Glide
motocycle, Pearl Red,
chrome, fwd. controls,
wind shield, sundowner
seat. 6-spd. 4900 mi.
$10,500, 334-798-5104.


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Harley Davidson '06
Dyna Wide Glide, Gla-
cier White Pearl, 6-spd.
5,000 mi. Like new. New
exhaust, saddle bags,
backrest, luggage rack.
2 yrs left on ext. war-
ranty. Bike is flawless.
$17,500. 334-494-4784.


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'04 Pace Arrow 37 C,
Work Horse Chassis.
19K, loaded, 3 slides. 99
tow car, $93,000, Call
(334) 618-0717
'03 Class A Monoco La
Palma. 2 slides. 1/,
bath. Loaded! Inc. car
dolley & all furnishings
(dishes, towels, etc.)


$3,800. 334-791-0701. -- "
Suzuki 1500 '01 Black,
8,000 mi. Like new.
$5,500.334-470-0237.
Triumph '73 chopper, t.
custom built in Miami
nice bike, lots of Chrysler 04 Crossfire
chrome, runs good Cru. 6 d sopd 6 : l wor.
$3,500. 334-984-2044 L.oded. CD. leather nt


air. In houde financing
avail. Call Dannie 334-
702-8668
Ford '01 Crown Vic.
VERUCCI '05 50CC, 4 P71 Police Interceptor.
stroke, 120 MPG plus 45 Needs some work.
MPH, Sportster replica $950 FIRM. 334-538-
$1,200 334-355-1339 be- 1747.
for 6 PM
Victory 19991500, 5K Ford'02 Mustang,
American made bike Dark Red, Coupe. 5-
$6000 Firm 334-618- spd. 78000mi, In-
8457 V-dash CD stacker,
YAMAHA h t Banshee leather, warranty,
$2,500 OBO 334-355- $6,500 Neg., Ph:
ti0491 3912-996-8109.
Yamaha 02' Zuma
Scooter. 6400 mi. FORD '05 Mustang Con-
125mpg, Windshieldt & vertible, leather, V-6,
luggagerackexcel. loaded, 18K miles,
cond. $1600. 850-352- $16,000 334-355-0881
4723 Ford '05 Mustang, V-6
Yamaha '56 R 3,500K premium edition, Fully
mi. Garage kept with loaded,great gas saver.
grades. $8,000. OBO Reduedto $13,750.
34-239-0055 334-692-5577
Yamaha 07' V-Star.07 T us
New Loaded, comes
with helmet & cover.
Only 1 mile! $6,500. Call
any time. 334-494-3344.
Yamaha 2003 YZ125, 2
stroke, pro circuit pipe Ford '06 Mustang GT,
great condition. $3400 light blue, blackleather
334-726-3842 int., premium sound,
loaded, 5 sp,exc.cond.
Yamaha 2005 Raptor 20,700 mi, REDUCED
660, extras, low hours, $17,685, 23 MPG, hwy,
$4000. 334.677-3738 reg gas. call 334-588
Yamaha 2006 V-star 3400
1100, 3100 miles, war- Ford '07 Focus, 22k mi.,
ranty, $6200 OBO, 334- factory wrnty, all the
793-5621 or 334-797- options, like new,
1463 leave message. 34mpg. Asking $12,800.
Call John at 334-477-
3068
.4 f ~ Ford '07 Taurus SEL.
"iA"',Ciri Loaded, factory warr.
30K. mi. $10,200. 334-
arL', 684-9770.
AccessoriesS
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Screaming Eagle VROD,
Red, 7K mi, warranty,
$19,500 nego. Call 334-
_____LOOK,
714-5940.
Harley Davidson '06 Acura '92 Integra, 5spd,
Sportster Custom. Red, Blk, CD.Runs well. Re-
7,800 miles. Great con- built motor, sunroof.
edition. $9,500 obo. 334- Great cond. 2,000 obo.
796-8377. Brand new 26" rims,
chrome w/black 3,800
l btk 334-671-1607.
S E LL BMW '04 330C, conv.,
AREY AIDSON '8 black, w/black nt.,
HARLEYDAVIDSON'8 nav., system, call for
Fat Bob Pearl Blue, 6- more info. $28500 OBO
spd. 2000 miles, excel- 229-308-1493
lent condition, lots of
extras, 2YR warranty, BMW '04 Sedan Md#
$14,500 OBO. Call 334- 525i Silver, 28,775K mi.,
441- 6962. AT/ 6sp. Garaged, exc.
cond. $30,500. 334-803-
Harley Davidson '08 9276 or 334-393-5829
Road King. Crimson
Red, 6-spd. 675 miles, Buick '01 Park Avenue,
excellent condition, white, loaded, exc.
warranty, $19,500. Call cond. 64K mi. $7,995.
334-618-9828. 334-794-7493..
Buick '96 Lasabre
limited 4-dr. 103k mi.
$3,200. 334-726-4730 or
HI ^i J 334-792-4555.
Har Cadillac '06 DTS GM,
'08 Road King. fully loaded, 31,500 mi.
Crimson Red,' Immaculate condition.
6-spd. 675 miles, $24,500. 850-592-2773
excellent condi-
tion. warranty, Cadillac '93 Allante
334-618-9828. Convertible, red, beige
[E ] leather excellent. 71k
miles $13,900 334-449-
Harley-Davidson 2000 2823 or 334-723-3037
heritage soft-tail, pearl
white, lots of chrome, Cadillac '94 Fleetwood
extra seats. $15,000 Bghm, silver, 150k mi.,
334-693-0540 $4200 w/ scooter chair,
chair lift. 850-425-5677
Harley-Davidson 2001 days; 850-656-7212, 5-8
883 sportster hugr,
excelnondite ow Cadillac'96 Fleetwood,
miles. 334-693-0540. Broutgham Edition, 22"
m rims, exc. cond., 78K
HD'02 Fat Boy. Motor- mi., asking $6400 OBO,
cycle. Custom, 8500 mi., Call (334) 379-5118
exc. condition. Loaded,
$12,000 OBO. Call 334-
255-3165.
HD '05 Softail Standard. .
Only has 900 mi. Has
been kept in house.
$11,000. Not even a
scratch. 334-714-5239
HD '06 Heritage Softai Chevrolet '03 Tahoe
Classic. White, 5-spd., LT. SUV. Black, Auto.
1700 mi., excellent con- 8-cyl. 2 WD. 78,000,
edition. 16,500. Call 334 excellent condition.
406-1999. Loaded, CD, AC,
Honda'03 VTX 1800 AM/FM, stereo, new
Black, Motorcycle. Gar- ties, leather $16400t.
age kept with approx e clean, $16,400.
2000 miles. Showroom 334-790-5685.
condition. Backrest /
luggage rack w / bag, Chevrolet'87 Corvette
quick detach wind- Coupe. 71K actual mi. 1
shield. $8700, 334-445- owner, 2 tops, other ex-
6933. tras described When
;n called. 334-393-2109
Honda'06 0RFEk


$2200. 334-618-3234 or
334-671-5790
HONDA '06 VTX 1300 C
Cruiser, 1,700 miles,
black & chrome, Vance
and Hines custom ex-
haust, $8,500 OBO 334-
695-9269, 334-695-9265 Chevrolet'87 Monte
Honda'07750CC.4 rlo Very good cond.

Honda '07 750 CC. 4 yr. I00s. 334-701-72ca 334
maintenance & 5 yr. 4-701-
warranty included. Ask- Chevrolet '93 Corvette
Ing Payoff! 850-573- Convertibl, Red leath-
2692 er, 70K miles. $13,000.
Honda'07 750 CC. 4 yr. BO. Please call 334-
maintenance & 5 yr.
warranty included. Ask- Chevy '03 Z06 Corvette,
ing Payoff! 850-573- Excellent cond. 35K mi,
2692 $27,500.850-762-8399
Honda'81 Goldwing, CHEVY '06 Malllu, 4DR,
r 37k miles, runs good. low miles loadend
$2000. 334-671-2998 $10,000 334-687-471


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






Prem, silver bick,
custom paint, leath-
er. $31,900. Call 334-
618-2441.
Ford '64 Thunderbird,
82K mi, 1 owner, $4000.
Will trade. Call 334-632-
8024
I Ford '64 Thunder- I
bird, 82K mi, 1 own-
er, $4000. Will trade.
334-632-8024
Ford '85 Crown Victoria
LTD, 4-dr. V-8 auto, 92K
ml. new paint & vin.top.
$1,495.334-687-1363.
Ford 95' MustangCo-
nvertable $2500 850-
726-0256





Ford '96 Thunderbird,
White V6 $2400 334-
793-9020 or 334-794-
6234
GM'75 El Dorado, fully
restored, $10,000. 229-
334-8719
Honda "03 Accord,
coupe, sunroof, leather
seats, 75K miles. 14,000
850-685-5542 (Troy)
Honda'03 Civic EX
Coupe, red, 5-speed,
75k. miles, $9,800. OBO
334-677-3694 or
334-714-4029.


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Honda '05 Civic EX Spe-
cial Edition, Fiji Pearl
Blue, 5 spd. 36500 mi.,
$13,500, 919 844 2586.
Honda '07 Civic Coupe
Touch screen GPS navi-
gation system, DVD
player, 26K mi., black,
$16,000 786-223-2278.
Jeep '01 Grand Chero-
kee, Mint condition.
New tires, cold air,
$5,000.334-685-3832
Kia'01 Rio, 90k miles,
new tires, new timing
belt, now axles, new
truck struts. $3,400 obo.
210-685-3380
Lexus '07 ES-350, pearl
with tan interior, load-
ed, 15K miles. $32,500
334-685-1070


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Chevy '05 Cavalier. Tan,
PS, PB, am/fm radio
w/cd player. 53,284K.
$6,500.. Call 334-671-
4214 or 334-596-0214
Chevy '32 Original body
& frame, 350 engine, AT
Trans., extras! Must see
to appreciate! Serious
Ing. only. $20,000 obo.
334-372-4122
Chevy '68 Camero, race
car,468 engine, runs
6.50 1/8, beautiful car
$12,500. 334-687-9788 or
334-695-4499
Chevy '90 Corvette,
Convertible. Good con-
dition. Great car. $7,500
OBO.334-793-6997
Chevy'91 Caprice,4-dr.
new paint, Burgundy in
& out. Good cond. 96K
$4,200. OBO or trade.
334-793-7989.






Chevy '93 Corvette con-
vertible 40th Anniv. Edi-
tion, ruby red, new tires
and battery recent tune
up $16,500. 850-332-
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loaded, new compres-
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Mitsubishi'06 Lancer 02 Nissan '05 Maxima SL.
Rally A/C Power White. Fully loaded. Oldsmobile'00 Intrigue, Pontiac '01 Grand AM,
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WAC. 334-797-8164 -
Call John 334-797-0420 Plymouth'68 Fury II.
or Jason 334-714-1601 Classified Runs, but needs work. Pontiac '07 G6, 4 cyl.
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Classifieds... Can't Be Beati 9152. w/ cruise, $13,900,
See shat it's all (334) 445-6302,
about! Pontaic '84 Trans-Am (334)733-0579
ram air, hard top con-
Nissan '03 350Z Touring vertible, 2 sweater. Very
pack. 61K mi. new tires O W N RU rare car $6,500 334-792-
& brakes elec. blue 4100 or 334-618-9101. -
$16,900 OBO 334-397- --
0381 or 334-695-0381. Pontiac '01 Bonneville,
white, 6-cyl., CD. 115k
Nissan '05 Maxima SL, mi. Very clean, good
fully loaded, leather int. cond. $5000 080. 334-
bose sound system & 791-1604. Pontiac 71 Grand Prix
garage kept. exc. -- 0 1Ptc7Gn r
cond., 1 owner, $17,300 Pontiac '06 GTO, 6.0, 400/400, solid no canc-
pay off. Call (334) 714- 400HP 24,000 miles, er runs & drives $3,500
1671 Nissan '05 Maxima with black in/out, one owner OBO Trade considered
less than 23k miles. Ga- $26,000,850-352- 334-687-0805, 695-6568
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15k miles, extended lent condition. Power Race Car Dirt late mod-
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4730 or 334-792-4555.
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miles. Like new. $11,900
obo. Call Bill 334-790-
0725







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24/36 MPG, Power
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CD, A/C, AM/FM, ste- Chevrolet'97 Z71.
reo, runs well, sunroof, Burgundy, automatic
very clean, Great cond. 8 cyl. 4WD, 66,000 mi
$12,000, 334-699- Loaded, stereo. New
7251/334-805-3113. tires.Great condition.
$7,500. 334-695-0361.

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fully loaded, sunroof,
Asking payoff $15k. Call Chevrolet '98 Z71 P/U
334-685-3215. Fleetside Ext. cab, 3
Dr98K mi., Very Clean,
Toyota '05 Camry, 4 asking $9995 OBO. 334-
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roof, cd changer, all
pwr., like new, 17,300
mi, $15,900, Call (334)
389-3071


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Gray, 2 WD. 42k mi. Chevy'02 Avalanche
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leather, DVD entmt gray, chrome neft bars.
system, warranty. and brush guard, 20'
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334-726-4818;797-5083. interior, loaded. $13,500
334-702-8439 or 334-
Toyota '08 Prius, white, 791-2609
24,000 miles, power
package, very nice,
45mpgr $27,900 obo.
Call Bill 334-790-0725
Toyota '98 Sienna.
Green, Auto. 171k. Runs
great!! $4,000 obo. 719-
930-8524.
Volkswagen 05' Torgua-
reg. Gray w/saddle ante Chevy 04' Avalanche
rior, 40k miles, top of Z71 Excellent condi-
the line, sun roof, V8 tion Fully loaded. 78K.
option,dual climate air. ti17o., Call e334-677-
heated seatsautomat- 3133/797-534 7
ic w/manual shift op- 7-
tion, steering wheel Chevy '96 Cheyene, sgl
controls, side curtain cab, 4.3 6cyl vortec eng.
air bagswindow very good cond. $3700
shades for back seats, cash. 850-482-8416
and rear air. $ 23,800
334-701-8555/334-685- i u


wagon, 73k miles, Auto
w/manual shift option,
dual air climate control,
memory seats, CD/ca-
ssett player, gold w/tan
leather,remaining 100k
warranty $10,900, 334- Chevy'05 Colorado,
701-8555/334-685-6233 Crewcab, 41K, exc..
cond. a/c, auto,
LI ANTIQUE PS/PW/PDL, tonneau
AUTOS spray in liner. New tires
$13,495. 334-792-2938 or .
. 334-701-5129_9
-. Chevy '80 C30-1 ton.
Truck. 4-spd. 6-cyl.
$1,700. 334-798-4841.


Cadillac'68 Deville,
Red, Convertible. $8500, CHEVY '04 2500HD Sil-
334-774-9243. verado crew cab LS.
Pick-up. white, Auto. 8-
Cadillac'73 Eldorado, cyl. WD. 42,000, great
Restored, mint condi- condition. Power
tion, garage kept, 96K brakes, Power steering,
miles, $9,000, 229-334- CD, A/C, AM/FM, ste-
8719 reo, low miles, very
clean, warr. bal 100,000
miles pay off of only
$14,500. 334-886-2068.





Chevy '57 Belair 2 door,
Red, New interior Exc..
Cond, must sell. Crager Chevy '51 pick-up, 5
Rims. Al. Car. Was $20K window, run, partially
NOW $17k 334-793-1902 reStored. $55. firm.
334-794-7936.
-'. Chevy '03 S10,4 cylin-
S der, 28 MPG, low miles,
2' .'. excellent shape. $7200
OBO. 334-585-6689
--'. Chevy '05 Silverado
Crew Cab Truck. Load-
Sed with extras $18,000.
850-594-3282
Ford '68 F100 step side, Silvrado S.
REDUCED, MUST SELL, Chevy'2 e DS.
runs great 18K ml. extended cab, 2500HD
black, MSTA $5,500 73K mi. leather, loaded
obo. 334-671-3772, w/following additions,
camper 5th wheel tow
-attach, wiring harness,
HEAv'Y TRUCKB/ elec. brakecontroller,
TRAILERS ext. tow mirrors., bed
I rail & caps, tailgate pro-
49' Refer, trailer, 2 side tector, running oards,
doors, roll up back too box, bed mat,
door, quick start, used $15,500 334-301-0669.
for cooling produce, ex- Chevy '07 Sllverado LT
cellent condition, new Crew Cab, exc. cond.,
motor w/ old motor for Bed cover, 26K mi.,
parts. 6,000. Neg.. Call $19,000, (334) 237-1039
334-522-3756
Cub Cadet zero turn Chevy'96 Silverado F
mower 50' new blade LWB STD Cab, Good C
w/5X8 trailer ext. Cond, Loaded 153K mi.
warr. 1 yr. old. $3990. OBO 334-671-
$2600.760-409-6204 4216. e


I PICK-UP
TRUCKS


I PICK-UP
S TRUCKS


SSPORT UTILITY
VEHICLES .


PICK-UP
TRUCKS
Chevrolet'06 2500 HD
Diesel, crew cab with
long bed. Pick-up.
Black, Auto. 8-cyl.
4 WD. 40,000, great con-
dition. Loaded, custom
rims/ oversized tires,
lift kit, touch screen
DVD, $28K 334-648-0880
Chevrolet '00 Silverado
1500, 5.3L V8, Red,
Loaded, CD/AM/FM,
A/C, runs well, Great
cond. Extras 12000.00
OBO, 334-355-1272.


MUST fI
Chevrolet '01 Silvera-
do, 84,500 miles. Excel-
lent condition, super
clean. Must see! Asking
$9,500. 850-592-9230
Chevrolet '04 1500, 4x4,
regular cab, long bed,
39K, $11,000. Please call
334-726-0729
S--1


Leatlrh. rully ludu-
ed. Perfect Condi-
tion. $31,500 obo.
(334) 488-3364 View
Pics @ www. My-
WebOnline.com


Ford '03 F150XL
Black, 5-spd manual
Xmsn, 4.2L V6, 21
mpg hwy., 2 WD,
47,000 miles, power
brakes, power
steering, cruise,
CD, A/C, AM/FM,
stereo, new ARE
topper, towing pkg.
Great cond. $8,925
OBO, 334-692 3375.

ord '97 F150 XLT Super
:ab, Triton V-8, dia-
nond plate tool box,
bed liner, bed extender,
exc. cond., $6900, 334-


DELIVERY TRUCK. Die- Chevy '01 S-10, 5sp.4 714-4210 or677-6007
sel w/ lift gate. Year: cyl., cold air. In house You Name It...
2000. Mileage apprx. financing avail. Call Classified Has It!!!
118,000. 334-794-7644, Dannhe at 334-702-8668
334-797-2497, 334797- FORD 06' F250 XLT,
17. 334797 Chevy 04' Tahoe Z71, 4WD, Diesel, White, 68K
0Burgandyw/beige miles. $21,000. OBO.
Freightliner'04 M2. 28K leader, 83k miles, Call 334-726-4821
GVWR, 26ft box w/ 6 ft steering wheel con-
attic, CAT engine 159K trols, 3rd row seating Ford '00 F150 XLT,
miles. Excellent Condi- w/center bucket seats, white/tan 240K miles,
tion. $24,000. 798-1221 6disc cd changer in new engine, new tires,
Sdash, power seats, rear x-cab, 4 door; great
Freightliner 92' 60 se- air controls, shape $3500 334-726-
ries, Fuller transmis- $16,800334-701- 9500 or 334-692-4420
sion, Good for log truck 8555/334-685-6233
or long haul. $9000. 850- Ford '99 Lariat E250, Su-
638-7290/850-527-2229. Chevy '80 Truck, White, per Duty, Big Truck
auto, short bed, new 4x4, ext. cab, V-10, 38"
GMC '06 18 ft box truck, tune-up, runs/ drives tires, 8" lift, 105k mi,
diesel, auto transmis- good $1500 850-415- exc. cond. $14,900. 334-
sion 30k miles. $22,000, 0251 Iv msg. Marianna 889-0043/740-497-3152.
Call 334-673-4852
Dodge 05' 3500 Quad Ford'92 Ranger XLT, 6
Volvo '97 dump truck Cab Dually. Cummins cyl, 5 sp manual, good
W-64, tri-axle, 16' body. Turbo Diesel, 69k miles, on gas. $2750.334-798-
ext. side, R swing barn CD, Cruise, $20,500. 5650
door. $21,900. Call 334- 850-526-2290 days,
685-2772; 334-671-7632 eves. 850-594-9931 Ford'07 150 Supercrew
Larrlat 4X4. White sand
PARTS &' Dodge'99 Ram, 1600 color w/tan leather 8K
S & i Extended cab, needs miles. Fully loaded. Bed
SACCESSORIES transmission, runs cover. $29,500 334-798-
'Igood. $2000. 334-797- 5725.
'06 model 24' Car haul- 0309
er, like new, $5000 850-
526-3911/573-9437
(4) 6X8/5X Infinity MUST
Kappa Series 682.9cf
car speakers. $150. 334-
618-6107
Camper shell, one yr.
old. Fits F-150 '99,
Black, Like new. $600.
Call 334-347-2717. Dodge '06 Ram, Sliver,
Auto. 6 cyl. 2WD. 23k,
Vestil, new 6'X30' pro- Power steer, CD, A/C,
table ramp for sale or Like new. Cust exhaust
o erm ee. 9,50. bed cover, rails, foot Ford '85 Tow Truck,
229-869-1008. rail $18k 334-790-4509. custom-built 1 ton.
PICK-UP loFord'02F-150,4D, 5K loaded. Great condi-
PICK-UP Ford 02 F-15, 4, 125K tion. $8,500, 334-791-
TRUCK mi, AT PS, T Cise, 8695 or 334-794-2426
TR I"PW/D. Good Condition.
$5,000. 850-209-2000
Chevrolet '05 1500 LS, 1 F.092000 Ford '04 XLT Super Cab,
owner Crew Cab, 66,500 Ford '01 F150 4DR XLT towing pkg., bed liner,
mi., two tone paint, all V8 Triton, 76K, Tow tool box, 53K miles,
power, $15,300, pkg. True workhorse! $15,000, Call (334) 794-
Call 334-792-2724 $12,000.850-215-1338 0751


Toyota'00 Tacoma Pre-
runner ext. cab, brush
guard, tool box, new all
tires, great shape. 121K
mi. 334-671-3635.






Toyota '06 Tacoma
silver, auto. 6 cyl. 4 WD.
29,000, Loaded, power
brakes, power steering,
CD, AC, AM/FM, stereo,
runs well, low miles,
very clean, warranty
Like new. $23,900.Call
334-475-3600.







Toyota '02 Tacoma SR5,
Ext. Cab. Must be refin-
anced loan balance
$12,000. 86k mi., exc.
cond. Call 334-475-1785.
Toyota '99 Tacoma 4X4
single cab 4 cyl. auto,
31/1050 all terrian tires.
120k, $9,000 OBO. 334-
685-7207; 850-258-3018

- SPORT UTILITY
VEHICLES
Buick '07 Rainier, By
owner, 2WD, 6 cyl., Sil-
ver Leather, Power,
20,000 ml. $20,000 neg.,
Call 334-370-3921

BY
Owner





Buick '04 Rainier
CXL. SUV. Gold,
Auto. 6-cyl. 2 WD.
50800. Excellent
condition. Loaded,
Power brakes,
Power steering, CD,
A/C.,AM/FM,
stereo, runs well,
low miles, new tires,
sunroof, leather inte-
rior. Very clean, war-
ranty, $12,000. Call
334-393-0811.

CHEV '04 Avalanche Z71
loaded $18,000 call 334-
695-2739


SPORT UTILITY SPORT UTILITY
VEHICLES I VEHICLES
Nissan '02 Pathfinder
SE. Loaded w/options
Excellent cond. $12,000.
334-447-0053
Nissan '06' Xterra S,
black, V6, auto 33k
miles $16,500 334-300-
GMC '01 Yukon SLT, 8102 leave message.
Leather, Third row, Sequoia 04", 76,500
Tow Package, Good miles, leather, sunroof,
tires, $10,200. 714-9510. dvd, third row. $21,000.
OBO. 334-828-1303
ST Toyota'03 Highlander4
cylinder, 79k miles,
GMC '01 Yukon SLT $11,500, lists for 16k
white, Ithr, 1 owner, ga- 334-797-1575
raged,92K. mi. $10,900.
Great Cond!!!334-692-
4124 or 334-797-7603.


Ford '06 XLT 150 tow Buick '07 Rainier, 1 one
package, 17k miles, owner, leather, BOSE,
fi burgundy, loaded. On-Star, 18k miles, gar-
$17,000.334-691-5336 ret/gray, $21,000 neg,
Factory warranty. 334-
685-1261 or 334-677-
3281
. 'i B. .: 'Chevrolet'99 S10 Blaz-
'r er Good ACNew trans.
i I w ith warr., New tires,
Ford '07 F250 Diesel, clean. Runs great!!!!!
Crew, Auto, 4WD. REDUCED!! $3,200. 334-
14,000 mi. Chrome 596-5032
edition. Warranty Chevrolet '02 Tahoe LT
100k mi. PD2K. Like I .lC 07 5500 Die l. White Auto. 8-cyl.
new. $34,900. Call All.or... cruise. 1.1, 2WD. 91,000, Loaded,
334-684-6291. air, 11 ft. Western Great cond. $12,000
Hauler Bed w/.Rhino. O.B.O. (334) 726-0193.
Ford '99 F-350. Enclosed Gooseneck 30K 5th --
service truck. $8,000. Wheel, 30K mi., no
Call 334-774-8731 or trades, $45K, Call
797-5130. (302) 545-1158 ,
Ford '02 F250 Ext. cab GMC '07 2500 Duramax.
4WD 7.3 Diesel, Mint Crew-cab 8 ft. bed.
Condition black, all Loaded! $30,000. Call
leather, lots of extras. 334-714-0210.
$16K OBO 334-685-3832
GMC '07 Duramax die-
Ford '05 F150, FX4, ex- sel25,000 miles $38,500 Chevrolet '01 Tahoe LT.
tended cab, silver, 39k 334-677-9008; 334-726- 4x4, leather. 1 owner.
miles, all power. 2767. 85k mi. Sunroof, 3rd
$18,500. 334-726-0435 seat. Exc. cond.
GMC '91 Jimmy 4x4, 6.2 $14,500. 334-360-0774.
Ford'04 F150 Fx4, Super Diesel 4 in lift. alumi-
Cab, 6-disc CD, 68K mi., num wheels 12x36 Radi-
$15,500, Call (334) 897- al Swampers PS, PB,
0582AC, Auto, AM/FM CD
Ford '04 F150FX4 Su- $5500 obo. 850-762-9333
per Crew. Pick-up. Sil- GMC '02 Sierra Ext. Cab,
ver, Auto. 8-cyl. 4WD. with tool box, 80K mi.,
100100 miles, $15,500. great shape, $9500, Call
334-7984841. 334-797-5249
Ford '05 F-250. 50k GMC '00 Sierra SLE CHEVROLET'07 TAHOE
miles. Asking $10,500. Extended Cab. Gray. All Z71, 4WD, 13,000 Ml., 2
Call 941-268-1128. power! Excellent DVD'S, NAV., BACK UP
condition. 138k mi. CAME-RA,LEATHER, 3
$8000. 334-791-3081. SEATS, PD51K, SELL
FOR $36,900 FIRM, Call
334-684-6291
GMC '07 SIERRA
SLE. Pick-up. SIL- Chevrolet '02 Trailblaz-
VER, Auto. 8cyl2 er LT, loaded, 4WD, 90K
WD. 23000 excel- miles, blue, great cond.,
lent condition. $9,900, (334) 372-4822
AM/FM/cd stereo, or (334) 372-2415
Ford '02 F-150 74k low miles very Chev 200 Blazer 4x4
miles, excellent condi- clean warranty LX, 99k mi., 4dr., auto,
tion, 4DR, solid white, PAYOFF. Need mmn- fully loaded, all pwr,
fully loaded $15,000. ivan instead Call white, new tires very
Ca1 334-983-1860 334-685-2190. clean. $5,900 OB0. 334-
Ford '02 F150 Lariat, Ex- 598-9068 or 477-3325
tra Cab, tool box, new GMC '06 Sierra Z71,
factory trans. 108K mi., loaded, 28k mi., ext cab,
runs great. $8500 OBO, still under warranty.
Call (334) 596-9966 $21,500. 334-347-7353 or
464-2659
Hardship Sale: Dodge
BY '08 red TRX sport addi-
Oe tion 4.7 engine, w/
O w ner towing package asking
Ford '05 F-250 Lariat Pay off. 850-284-3656. Chevy'01 Tahoe LT,
Off road pgk. White Infinity '04 FX 45,38,000 116kmi., sun roof thr
with matching ARE miles, fully loaded, 3rd seat, heated seats,
topper. 4 WD. Crew navigation, rear view TV ALL power new
Cab, 15,000, miles. camera, grayish, exc. ties, fact. wrrnty.
Loaded, power cond., $31K, 718-6640 $12,500 080. 678-350-
brakes, power 844
steering, CD, A/C, Mazda'90, extra clean, Chevy '06Tahoe LT
AM/FM, stereo, low extra cab, A/C, power Loaded, 40K mi. White
miles, leather int. all. $3200.334-790-9290 w/tan. Newtires. 2nd
very clean, warran- Nissan 06' Frontier /NI- owner, Excellent cond.,
ty, Like new.$31,500. Nissan 06' Frontier/Hi-
Call 850-527-1516. smo, V6, Automatic, 4 $24,000, 334-899-5903
wheel drive, allpower, Chevy '00 Tahoe, LT,
tow package. 35,300k 4x4, black w/tan leath-
.- .. M miles. $16,700. 334-685- er 145K, winch & brush
7207 or 850-260-9424 guard $8,900 OBO 793-
-. 9130 or 205-907-0861



Ford '03 F-150 Lariat,
4x4, Leather, Supernew, s ..-, Chevy '05 Tahoe,
4 doors, off road pack- White, leather, CD,
age, Loaded! $15,600. Nissan'07 Frontier. 3rd Row, on-star/
Call 334-797-7178. Pick-up. Like new. Si- XM 2WD 40500
ver, Auto. 6-cyl. 2:WD. mll, very clean,
3,800 mi. Loadd,es,veryclean,
$17,000. 334-693-4987. $18,500 Call 334-899-
7099.
Nissan 04' Frontier XE
truck silver, bedliner, Chevy '03 Trailblazer
cd, 5 spd manual, 4-cyl, LT, seats 8, exc. condi-
Ford '05 F150. Pick- pwr pkg, lots of extras, tion. 14 000 actual ml;,
up. stone, Auto. 46K m $9,900; 850-594- orig. price- $36,000,
8-cyl. 2 WD. 15,500, 4921 Iv msg asking $15,200. 334-333-
excellent condi- 1685
tion. Loaded Nissan '04 Titan Crew 1685
$14,600.Call 334- Cab, Black, Pick-up. Au- Ford'03 Eddie Bauer Ex-
793-4930. to., 8-cyl. 4 WD. 47,000, plorer, V-8,leather, sun-
Loaded, Like new. Ask- roof, blue & tan. 89k mi,
ing payoff, Call 334-333- towing pkg. Reduced
0797. $8,900,229-254-9774
1- '.., u- Ford '03 Excursion Ed-
NISSAN '05 Titan.4 die Bauer.2WD. Excel-
door. Black, Auto. 8- lent condition. Fully
05 cyl. 4 WD.6-disc in- loaded. Must sell.
dash changer. 31k $9,800.850-956-4748.
miles, excellent con-
S edition. $24000/ obo. Ford'03 Expedition, Ed-
Call 229-942-5532. die Bauer, rear air, 3rd
Ford '01 F150 Super Cab seat leather approx.
Lariat, loaded,leather Nissan '07 Titan 5.6 LE $8600 OB, 850-547
CD Player $9,500. with king cab. 1 owner. 2808.
Financing Available- Leather. Loaded, 13,500
WAC. miles. $24;000. 334-794-
Call John 334-797-0420 8295. before 10am or Iv.
or Jason 334-714-1601 mess. 334-648-0780.
Nissan '06 Titan SE 73K A
burgundy, king cab, 4
i* door tow package,
loaded. $11,000. work
598-3874, cell 726-9500
NSN'90 90. blk, 5-spd. Ford '99 Expedition,
w/ parts truck, $1,000. Eddie Bauer. Rear air,
334-774-8884. 3rd seat. 5.4 V-8. Lthr.
Exc. cond. CD changer.
Toyota '97' Tacoma $5995. 334-794-2935.
200k miles, AC, CD, 5
speed, good condition, Ford'07 Explorer Eddie
Ford '07 F-150 4x4 bedliner & tool box 334- Bauer, V6, 3rd row seat
Lariat. Tri-Sand 797-6186 asking $20,975 obo, Call
White w/Black 34-797-4576
,I ltir Fdv nl. ll luaP' l ;3u-V "M- _..u-I


Toyota '07 RAV4
Sport with XMRadio,
Sliver, SUV. Loaded.
Auto. 4-cyl.2 WD.
18K,low miles, sun-
roof, very clean,
warranty, Like new.
$21,500. (lists for
22,400), Call 334-585-
2604 or 334-435-2116.


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I


Toyota '004 Runner L"F1
LTD, Hunter green, tan Notice of
leather, loaded, excel- Proposed Ordinance
lent condition' $8500
OBO 850-445-5767 The Town of Green-
wood proposes to
Toyota'01Sequoia, adopt an ordinance re-
limited edition, tan garding land develop-
leather interior, sun- ment regulations. A
roof, 109k miles $9,000 public hearing on the
334-794-6130 proposed ordinance
will be held on Tuesday,
September 9, 2008, at
VANS 6:30p.m. or as soon as
I can be heard in the
Town Hall, 4207 Bryan
Chevrolet '93 Astro. Street, Greenwood, FL.
Auto. AC, $1,400.334- The ordinance is enti-
677-1969. tied:
r h.-,^,,,, ro X... n


Cellvy oo 'Carigo vnil
109K mi. Exc. cond. new
tires, $2,500. 334-774-
2791.

pip- .





Dodge '01 Grand Cara-
von ES, red, Van. Auto.
6-cyl. 2 WD. 112,K mi.
miles, Loaded, Power
brakes, Power steering,
CD, A/C, AM/FM, ste-
reo, runs well, leather
int. very clean, $5,200.
Call 334-347-0496.
Dodge '02 Caravan.
Blue, 140K miles, 4 cyl.
Cold AC 30mpg, $3200
OBO 850-485-7396
Dodge '93 Grand Cara-
van, good tires, new
brakes, 23mpg, V6, new
cold A/C $2,500 606-
776-1762


AN ORDINANCE OF THE
TOWN OF GREEN-
WOOD, FLORIDA, CON-
SOLIDATING, RATIFY-
ING AND RE-ENACTING
LAND DEVELOPMENT
REGULATIONS FOR THE
TOWN WHICH CON-
TROL LAND DEVELOP-
MENT AND LAND USE,
PROVIDING FOR SEVE-
RABILITY, AND PROVID-
ING AN EFFECTIVE
DATE.
More information can
be obtained and the
proposed ordinance
may be inspected at
Greenwood Town Hall,
4207 Bryan Street,
Greenwood, FL (tel-
ephone: 850-594-1216).
Persons wishing to
comment may do so in
person at the public
earning or by writing to
the Town of Green-
wood, P. 0.' Diawer 9,
Greenwood, FL 32443.
Phone 850-594-1216
E-Mail:
townhall itownofgreen
wood.org Fax 850-594-
3914
If an individual decides


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insulation, thermopane windows, heal 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


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lots of options.5kmiles ..'' t appeal any decision riii:E 1:1- E';-"- oEL;Hi : TH '-iTH -I.E HA
$17,500 229376-2670 made by the council iEi' R'O F rJEv Mo.'IT H ip-,'C'.IL' FLC'HO .
$- with respect to this HiOME -ftiJ i'.t I:E rY.: |: i.IIT|,|AL ~-
Ford'01WindstarSel. meeting, a verbatim ACRES THAT ARE ZONED COMMERCIAL CAN BE
Van. Green, Auto. 6-cyl. transcript may be re- PURCHASED FOR $28K. OWNER IS MOTIVATE[
2 WD. 98,500, great con- quired. If so, the indi- MAKE YOUR OFFER TODAY! List #08-854 $164,000
edition. Loaded, $5,700. vidual should make pro-
334-671-9879. vision for a transcript
to be made at the meet-
GMC'98 Safari Van, ing, (Re: Florida Stat-
,7pass, V6, AT, AC, Rear ute 286.0105). Pursuant
Jeep'98 Wrangler. Air, Very clean, Exe- to the provisions of the
Sport. Black 5-spd. 6 cond.. 118K mi. $3,500. Americans with. Disa-
cyl. 4 WD. 49k miles, 334-677-7748/803-3058 abilities Act, any person r
great condition. Power requiring special ac-
steering, A/C, AM/FM, commodation to par- 3898 Peanut Road, Cottondale, FL 32431
runs well, low miles, ticipate in this meeting 28 acres located behind home at 3898 Peanut Road, list-
very clean, 9,000. L O e is asked to advise the ed at only $62K. Portion of property has been cleared and
334-577-4991. Nissan'04 Quest. Town at least 8 hours til rrg oses intact.Wooded area has a
Warranty, DVD Entk conetaci Town staf couple of small ponds on it.There is a legal ingress and
$ i 5 System, Heated Seats, at the above address or egress easement from the highway to this property. Home
S E LL Auto Side Door and phone number, and two acres can be purchased for $69K. List #08-241
S Rear Door. Great cond.
SPRICED TO SELL, Charles Sanders, Mayor
$13,699.334-70.-9099. Attest:
Suzanne M. NeSmith,
Pontiac '02 Montana 7 CMC
passenger, all power, Town Clerk
front & rear AC, leather,- LF14256
64K mi. $9,100. 334-889- LF14
..t., ,,-._ .a.. 4566. Mustse----- INVITATION TO BID 3898 Pe3nul Rd.. Collondale. FL 32431
Jeep'00 Wrangler, yel- CITYOFMARIANNA L' EORO."P' :.:&iT HCr.lE L,:',:ATE. Or,.r Trw,
w, 5-spd. 6-cyl. 4 WD.i ACRES HAS A NEW ROOR NEW INSULATION AND
45,000 miles; Power -6cy. 4 W.- to all interested n SIDING, NEW 50 GAL. WATER HEATER, CENTRAL
brak,0 es, Power steer- sons or Ers that sear- HEAT/AIR APPROX. SIX YEARS OLD. HUGE SHED
ing, CD, A/C, AM/FM, ed bids will be ac- WITH ELEC& WATER, PRICEDTO SALE AT $62K.AN
runs well, low miles, ,. cepted by the Marianna ADDITIONAL 28 ACRES CAN BE PURCHASED FOR
Fair condition 10,000, 6" .' ity Clerk at the Mari- THE LOW PRICE OF $69K LISTED ON MLS#08-240.
lift, procomp 35's 334- TOYOTA-'03 Sienna V anna City Hall located
701-0338. TOYOTA-'03 Sienna Van
71-0338. Silver 86K Great condi- at 2898 Green Street,
tion Loaded, Very clean Marianna, Florida 32446
DVDw/remote Asking until 2:00 P.M. on Mon-
T $9,800/ neg 334-677- day September 15,
3634 2008, for the following
MUSTitem:

LE ALS BID NUMBER: PW 08-01
LEGALS I BID TITLE: Davis Field 4560 Hwy. 71, Greenwood
--' I Diesel Powered Beautiful 3/2 home on over one acre, with 3777 sq,ft,
LF14236TICE OF enerar under roof, top of the line skyline with upgraded insulation,
SHERIFF'S SALE Bids will be opened and windows, marble window sills, gas fireplace, stereo sys-
recorded at the City of tem with surround sound that will stay with home, large
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIV- Marianna Board of City kitchen that has 32 cabinets, 20x28 workshop with a/c,
JEEP'90 YJ HT 5-spd EN that pursuant to a Commissions Meeting 40x36 pole barn with concrete flooring, 20x16 shed, 4 car
6 cyl4WD3" Lift Final Forfeiture Order Room at 2:00 P.M. on carport attached to home w/ceiling fans. 10x20 screened
Lockers $14,000. issued in the Circuit September 15,2008. porch. Home is a must see! MLS#08-1106 $164,000
Invest Sale $7,999 Court of Jackson Coun-
334-673-0088. ty, Florida, to the Jack- Specifications may be
son County Sheriffs Of- obtained from the City .
Classifieds have what fice on the 14th day of Clerk at Marianna City
you're lookingfor. July, 2008 where Jack- Hall between the hours -- --- -----
you ason County Sheriff's Of- of 8:00 A.M. and 4:30
Land-Rover'99 Range fice was plaintiff and P.M. Monday through
Rover HSE 4.6, fully Edward Gross is defen- Friday.
loaded, 95K mi. $8,900, dant, being Case Num- IMPRTANT
Call (334) 797-0768 ber 07-761CA. IMPORTANT .


Ford '00 Explorer
Sport, needs engine
work, no reasonable of-
fer refused. 850-557-
2636
Ford '04 Explorer V-8
34K mi. New tires, tow
hitch, Grey with black
bottom. Interior grey.
Many extras. $15,500.
334-687-5684
Ford '94 Explorer. V-6.
Needs work. $650.
334-714-0822


Ford '98 Explorer XLT.
Fully loaded. Rear air,
CD changer. V6. Excel-
lent shape. $3995. Call
334-794-2935.


Nissan '07 Armada,
Black/tan, oil changes
& warranty, $26,500,
Call Jeff 334-701-8303 or
Lacy 334-701-6020.


GMC'00 YUKON 105K
miles; loaded SLT leath-
er, On-Star, sunroof, .
DVD Player, warranty,
$9,000 334-695-0119
leave message
Honda'04 Pilot FX, Nissan '04 Pathfinder,
loaded,42,750 miles, 67K miles, 2WD,
very good condition. $13,750, Excel. Cond.,
$19,877 obo. Call Bill Needs Nothing, Call
334-790-0725 334-393-1855


uray u 3 way, ridlanna, IL 244Jb
Beautiful new construction 3/2 home built in Greenfield
Subdivision. Home is sitting on one of the largest corner
lots (one acre). Home is complete and ready to move in.
It is just waiting on you! Upgraded everything cabinets,
counter tops, appliances, flooring, way too many
upgrades to mention. Home is a must see, call today and
make your appointment. Asking price on this executive
home is only $274.900 and owners are motivated so


This prime piece of property with a total of 468 acres is
being offered with 100% owner financing. Land is located
"only 3 miles north of Marianna and only 15 miles from the
site of the new proposed Country Crossings, with approx.
1/2 mile highway frontage. This property would be any
developers dream considering the new Country Crossings
will employee over 4000 people that are going to need
somewhere to live. OWNER FINANCING AVAILABLE
CALL FOR DETAILS! List #08-852


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Hummer'07 H3, -
$25,900, Red, 9,500
miles, Red/ Black
Leather Seats, Chrome
Brush Guard, Larger
Tires than Stock, 4x4,
Call 334-685-3463






i ., .
ISUZU'00 RODEO,
BRONZE, Auto. 6-cyl., 2
WD. 77,000, Loaded,
new tires, Great cond.,
$6500, 334-774-5405.
Jeep '01 Cherokee, 4x4,
cold AC & CD player,
runs great, new paint,
$5500 OBO, Call (334)
701-3974
Jeep '01 Cherokee, 4x4,
cold AC & CD player,
runs great, new paint,
$5500 OBO, Call (334)
701-3974
Jeep '86 CJ7, hard top,
bikini top, new seats,
new half doors, rebuilt
eng., 106K mi., $5500
firm. 334-735-3036
Jeep '05 Grand Chero-
kee, automatic, A/C,
CD, extra clean,
$18,500. 334-792-0645.
Jeep '94 Grand Chero-
kee, Automatic, AC, CD,
$2,500, 334-712-1531
Jeep 01' Grand Chero-
kee Laredo, cream col-
or, bug shield, side vis-
ors, roof rack, clean in-
side & out. 97k miles
runs great. $6500. 850-
547-5292
Jeep '05 Rubicon,
$18,500, V6, auto., AC,
46K mi., new BFGoo-
drich All Terrain tires,
(334)699-8668, 803-5910
Jeep '91 Wrangler, 4 cyl.
good shape, new top,
Rhino bed line sprayed
inside, $6500, Call (334)
726-0219
Jeep '06 Wrangler, 4.0L
6spd AC, PSsoundbar,
cn ei al whiolc & firec


The Jackson County Quotations SHALL be
Sheriff's Office will put submitted in a sealed
the following property envelope marked:
toauction: SEALED QUOTE and
19 acres, MOL Located' Identified by the NAME
on Peanut Road, Cot- OF THE FIRM, NAME OF
tondale, Florida (Short THE QUOTE, along with
Legal Description) the DATE AND TIME OF
THAT PORTION OF N '/ OPENING.
OF SE%' OF NE%, LYING
W/LY OF COUNTY A list of bidders and
ROAD #169. PARCEL award notice will be
04-N-120000-0- publicly announced at
#04-N-1-0000000-0040- he next regular meet-
ing of the City of Mari-
on the 4th day of Sep- anna City Commission-
tember, 2008 at the ers following the bid
Jackson County Sher- acceptance date if pos-
acsonffice Conferenc- sible. Bid award will be
iffs Office Conference bes bid -
Room, 4012 Lafayette made to the best bid-
Room, 4012 Lafayette der, but the right is re-
Street, Marianna, Flori- served to rigect is re-
da 32446 in Jackson all bidtoreect any or
County, Florida, at the BOARDOF CITY
hour of 9:00 am. or as COMMISSIONERS
soon thereafter, the C
auction will commence. ADVERTISE IN
The property will be THFECLASSIFIDS
sold at public outcry


LEGALS Gause & Associates Realty

and will sell the same,
subject to the lien, en- Highway 71 South
cumbrances, and MARIANNA, FLORIDA
judgments, if any, to MARIANNA, FLORIDA
the highest and best 850-482-7990
bidder or bidders for L l .
be applied first to the WWW.gauserealtyinc.com
lien.
VIEWING OF PROPER-
TY: Contact Investiga-
tor Rory Jackson at 850-
482-9624 to view the
property on September
2, 2008 from 1pm until
3pm.
In accordance with the
the American with disa-
bilities act, persons
with disabilities need-
ing special accommo-
dation to participate in
this proceeding should Le IM. Cause. i,v, Dana Glass. Ri.itor



ceedings, If hearing Im-
conta tt the A.D.A. coor- C11:OSO-573 .1760 Nllllo LI) Malr n~dll u

paire, (T2) 1- 800-
dinator955-9770, via the n Florida d d
ber 850-482-9624 ext.
103 not later than (7)
days prior to the pro-
ceedings. If hearing im-
paired, (TDD) 14800-
955-9770, via the Florida
Relay Service.
DATED August 18, 2008
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Sheriff of Jackson codes in brand new Carriage Oaks Subdivision
County, Florida Complete with heat pump, good sense insulation, ther-
mopane windows, sheetrock walls, 2 X 10 floor joist, 2 X
By: /s/ Linda Cowan 6 exterior walls, stove, refrigerator, dishwasher, 12 X 2C
LINDA COWAN parkingpad with cement walkways. Underground utilities
I with water .Clnoe to toln ehOnnOnn andl ochnnl


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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


U AICR;E all unOer rence wirn Deaull-
ful home with "mother-in-law" quar-
ters. Plenty of room to have a horse;
fenced. Corner of Ara Lane and St.
Correction Road. $279,900
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OAKWOOD DRIVE in beautiful North Oaks
S/D. Very spacious with 4 bedrooms, large
living room with vaulted ceilings and sky-
lights, den, pool. Call us today!! $259,900







2933 GREEN ST. HISTORIC, true victorian
home has been authentically restored. Features
of this home include 3 marble fireplaces, 13'
ceilings, heart pine floors & Mohawk laminated
wood flooring, crown molding thorughout, orig-
inal bead-board wainscoting in DR, custom
draniesn nlantatinn hshttp.rt. 2Q9900


RUSS LAKE HOLMES COUNTY It's like
being on.vacation every day! Beautiful
home, beautiful lake, great
workshop/barn, and it's on 4 acres!! See
this one! $359,000







3069 6t STREET 4 bedroom home ."'.,
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
on -Raw"%


545410th STREET, Malone. Pristeen home in immaculate-
condition. Over 1800 square feet of living area, ponderosa
pine paneling in den and Master Bedroom. 100' x190' lot
with large oak trees. $129,900.


(850) 209-3595
tsapp@earthlink.com
Call Us For All Your Real Estate Needs
4257 W. Lafayette
Marianna, Florida 32446
(850)526-5260-Office
(850)526-5264-Fax
www.floridashowcaserealty.com


TOPOFTHE HILL VIEW comes with this 17.79
acre horse farm. 3/2 brick home. Vaulted ceilings in
living room w/wood beam down the center. Built in
2002. Large back deck w/awesome view of.gor-
geous valley below. In a private setting. Spring fed
creek on property. Just south of Chipley, FL. ALL
THIS FOR ONLY $274,900. MLS# 08-1356


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!
REDUCEDI 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!
fon nann mre M 900 nT-e


VERY NICE 2/1 home located in Alford. Sits on
comer lot. Very spacious with living room & den.
Large screened in back porch with plenty of shade.
Large 3 car shop/garage & another office/building.
All on paved street & close to shopping. 45 min-
utes to Panama City. $96,500 MLS #: 08-1247


CUSTOM BRICK HOME on 10 beautiful acres
fenced, paved driveway, wrap around porches, large
open Living Room with very high ceilings, large
stoned Fireplace, loft balcony, tiled,'hardwood, car-
pet floors, sunroom. Perfect Small Horse Farm.
Vemon area 35 minutes to beaches and minutes
from New Airport. $449,000 IVMLS#: 08-1175







QUIET COUNTRY LIVING! This 3/1 sits on
26 beautiful acres ready for horses or cattle.
Fenced & cross fenced. House has been updat-
ed. Beautiful, 'pnreplaceable large oaks. 2
ponds. Come sit on the front porch and enjoy
the shade! $199,500 MLS# 08-1315






IMMACULATE 4/2 Doublewide on 1 acre,
paved street. 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


1715 SHEFFIELD DRIVE Country Club Hills Unl II. .I,, i... ,..-
Pristine home in A-1 condition. Great neighbor- n nice lot on Ahleih Av Gra Ridge.
on nice lot on Ashleigh Avenue, Grand Ridge.
hood near new Marianna High School. $169,900 New carpet, new vinyl. Big front & back deck.
All electric. On a deed restricted lot. Separate
living room, separate den w/fireplace. Bring all
offers! Seller will give a 3 day cruise for 2 upon
the purchase of this oropertv! ALL THIS FOR


COMPASS LAKE 394 LAKEPOINT DRIVE his home is
situated on PRIME location of the lakell It is an
absolute "must seel' Ask for Gina. $495,000
-


iru MRlltHSunl treenwooo. Locatea jUSt
north of Greenwood off Hwy. 71. Nice brick
home,' acre lot, barn, lots of fruit trees.
$134,900


343U NORTH OAKS DRIVE, Spacious home
in The Oaks Subdivision. Attractive brick
with 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, sprinkler sys-
tem, and more. $179,000


LIKE NEW COZY 2/1 on paved street in
Alford. Sits on a nice lot with large pecan trees.
All new hardy board siding. New laminate.
Allowance for new appliances will be given at
closing. Metal roof, insulaed windows. ALL
THIS FOR ONLY $92,500! MLS# 08-1365


NET ATIIAKAC IIrI VE us 2/1.3 sits on a mnce
shady lot on a paved street in Chattachoochee.
Comes with beautiful hardwood, tile floors, fire-
place, separate dining room. this house is neat &
clean and shows extremely well. Call for an
appointment today! $89.000 MLS# 08-1358


vLLgLenXaiAnsiUaa U E nvaasE:
Owner rising great Mom & Polp' biness TrAn key subiness
for sale. Comes wtih everything including all inventory & food in
fieezs Excellentlocation! Priced tosel at ONLY $3800! Does
NOT include eal este. Low monthly lease. MLS#:0-1233


SECLUDED 5 acres with very nice large dou-
blewidejust minutes from Marianna. 3BR/2 full
baths, large utility room, separate living
room/den. Master bedroom with fireplace.
Large oaks. RV building. 2 other outside storage
buildings. ALL ON A PAVED STREET FOR
ONLY $115,900! MLS# 08-1314


(850) 693-0487
bwatterson@realtyagent.com
4257 W. Lafayette, Marianna, Florda 32446
(850) 526-5260-office (850) 526-5264-fax
To Visit Our Listings Go
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5BR/3.SBA home on 2 ac in Blountstown.
inground pool & covered patio with privacy
fence. Open kitchen with island, family room
and separate living room. This is a must see.
MfW7-91 S3l 2 5f.000 CAr


(850) 573-1127
Irees_flrealty@yahoo.com
4257 W. Lafayette, Marianna, Florida 32446
(850) 526-5260-office (850) 526-5264-fax
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106 FAIRVIEW RD. MARIANNA, Nice
Triplewide on 5 acre on Hwy 167. Fireplace
in den, large kitchen with island, master bed-
room has a sitting room that could be nursery,
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Great Location, open floor plan and split bed-
rooms. This 4/2 has new carpet, tile, light fix-
tures, ceiling fans, with freshly painted interior
and exterior. Kitchen has Shenandoah cabinets
with hard surface counter tops. New windows
and doors interior and exterior. French doors
leading to new 10x12 deck and 8x13 workshop.
Also has new netal mof. #08-399 $144.900


3/2 Home built in 2007. Has vaulted liv-
ing room ceiling. Kitchen has beautiful
oak stain on cabinets. Has front and back
porch and sits on 1.14 arce. Open floor
plan with neutral paint choices and floor-
ing. #08-400 $136,900






3343 OLD US ROAD, MARIANNA
Beautiful stately home on 12 acres with Big oaks
and 7+ acre lake. Property can accommodate horses.
Stable was converted to a game room. 4 bedroom
2.5 bathroom, with covered front porch over-
looking the lake. Back brick patio overlooking the
pool. Separate building set up as a workout/fitness
room. The homes also has a pool house. Must.see
too much to list #08-549 $499,900.


on approximately acre. Fenced yard for animals.
About 9 miles east of Marianna in Minton Subdivision.
Living room & dining room all one room. Great place
for first time buyers. Guest bath has sky light The
home has a split floor plan. #08-503 $67,900.





2308 TAYLOR RD, Cotlonldae, FL 32431
Nice 3/1 5 Brick Home in the c luntry) Nice bg yard
with iclchIcd caxnpn iud hnrn ill tlil bbck r -d.
BHAUTtIUtl PRPRrTY. C (1-AT MAHOUSUIt F(tR A
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16514 PEAR S ST., BLOUNTSTOWN ml' |"
GREAT FIRST HOME OR RENTAL.
HOME DOES NEED SOME
RENOVATION. #07-2092 $55,000 BEAUTIFUL 16 a cre horse
farm with 1680 sq. ft., 2/2
stucco/stone home with an unfinished. 1340 sQ
ft. master bedroom addition, making a total of
3000 so.ft. under roof. One bedroom / I bath
t;. -. lbunk house. 4 Stall horse barn with tack room.
'''' L 2 Stall horse barn, stocked fish pond, fenced.&
NOMA ROAD, BONIFAY cross fenced, RV pole barn and more. NOW
115 acres! Farm land, planted pines & REDUCED ONLY $249,900 #08-940
nn,!1 #rtn_72n man annn


2698 MINERAL RD. MARIANNA
Affordable New Home in Mariaima! 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, upgrad-
ed fixtures, office space, Irg back deck w/
storage space beneath. Lrg semi-basement w/
electricity. Vinyl siding & stucco.
Dimensional shingles. Energy Efficient. So
much more! #07-2316 $149,900







SEMINOLE AVE., ALFORD, FL
GREAT PLACE TO BUILD YOUR
DREAM HOME #08-206 $10,000


LYNN HAVENI Old Building of little value on the 3
lots. Zoned low density residential with permission for
Minor S/D, and a survey, you can split property into 2
lots, for 2 homes. Corner lot, large shade trees in a nice
neighborhood in Lynn Haven. #08-1059 $125,000


BRING OFFERS
North Oaks Spacious brick 3/2 home w/garage &
screened porch. All BRs have walk-in closets. Large
master bedroom has separate entrance. Landscaped I
acre lot. #08-541. $175,000


Spacious family home W/split bedroom desigm.
Needs TLC. New wood laminate flooring, fire-
place and central unit. Interior needs painting,
some baseboards replaced, some floor covering
replaced and kitchen updated. Owner will do
repairs, subject to offer. MLS#: 08-1214 $82,000


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
Lake, etc. 07-3070 ONLY $20,000 MAKE OFFERI


TEN ACRESl-lmmaculate D.W. has spilt BR
design: Master bath W/garden tub. shower & 2
sinks. All BRS have walk-in closets. Large
kitchen W/pantry. Security system. Wood burn-
ing FP. RV hook-up. Storage bldg. Storm win-
dows. Vaulted ceilings. Back half of property is
wooded. "Owner Ready To Movel" #08-1035
$99,900.

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MARIANNA 5 Acres. Count maintained road on North side
of property and a private road on East side. Wet weather area
on SE side, possible pond site. MH ok. #07-1692 $32,500.


IANUY MAN SPtLIAL BlINJ SULU AS IS Ureat
location South of Bonlfay. beautiful property. Well and
septic on property, do not know condition. House has
den that could be used as second bedroom. New bath-
room fixtures and some building supplies are In the
house. OWNER ANXIOUS. #08-945 $49,000


* COTTONDALE 40 Acres has mature timber
& homesite on back 20 acres. Front 20 acres is
wet. Excellent hunting. #06-1863 $200,000.
* Lots in Compass Lake in the Hills Subdivision
beginning at $15,000
* Suhny Hill is a restricted subdivision North of
Panama City and the beaches. In area of new
Bay County Airport. A-2964 #08-1101 $18,000
* Cerro Gordo Estate, Westville. Enjoy fishing &
relaxing near Choctawhatchee River. Lot has
water & septic. #07-2162 $10,000.
* Grand Ridge- 15 Acres on Hwy. 69
South. Septic tank and city water. #A-2972
$140.000


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2886 +/- sq.ft. home w/9' ceilings Hardwood ceramcie
floors Granite countertops & stainless steel appliances 1.60
acres Adjoining 1.80 acres & barn available #08-1156
1167
CR-177A,
Bonllay

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lots of wildlife n prop 3BR/2B w/new hardwood & carpet flooring
Kitchen & dining area share double sided gas log fireplace #08-1161
4532 Red
Oak Trace,
Marianna

on main floor Ingrouni pool w/outside shower & i bath Formal giving
& dining room Large kitchen w/center island #08-1264


. 2618 sq.ft. 3 or 4 bedrooms family room, formals &
florida room heated inground pool *1.04 ac Located
across from Indian Springs Golf #08-727
2960 Chase Way,
Marianna


1st in Jackson Co. Certified Energy Startlome*2743 sq. f
Additinal acreage available 4 bedrooms & 3 baths Central Vacuum
System -Taidkess Gas Waerheater* Granite Countertops #08629
4862 Dogwood Dr.
Marlanna


*1350 +/- sq.ft. 3 bedrooms & 1.5 baths *1.20 +/- acre lot
fence back yard Owner financing available #08-742


S-, uuoU &,zaa ,, C a t 4 sq "t O -.rle. an
& outbuilding Master suite w/walk in closet *
Family room w/gas log fireplace MLS#6628
-i245



*2167 sq.ft.* 3 bedrooms 2 baths 2 car garage Home
over looks Indian Springs golf course #07-1620
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6237 +/- sq.ft. EXECUTIVE home in Spring Chase
* 3 BR/3 full baths & (2) l baths 3 car garage 3 central
unit w/3 zones Home theater room #08-1362
5114 Pesdtsel



*1936 sq.ft. home 3 bedrooms & 2 baths Hardwood
floors Above ground pool Nice cabinets in kitchen

3623 Greenfield
Rd., Marianna

S212 sqft. new construction home 3BR/2B garage.w/insulated
door -Crown molding, base board, vaulted ceilings, hard wood &
tile flooring Baths w/cultured marble countertops #08-11039
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18926 MERCHANT AVE., BL.OUNTSTOWN -
NICE HOME ON DEAD END STREET
IN QUIET NEIGHBORHOOD. GOOD Brick 1700 SF 3/2 home on 4.99 ac in the coun-
FOR CHILDREN. #08-1292 $130,000 in
# 2 $ 0 ty. Fenced for animals. Chain link fencing
around the house. Wet weather pond & 1.456
SF old barn on property. Handicap master bath.
08-596 $140,000
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