Title: Jackson County Floridan
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028304/00065
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Title: Jackson County Floridan
Alternate Title: Sunday Floridan
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Jackson County Floridan
Publisher: Chipola Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Marianna, Fla
Publication Date: September 7, 2008
Copyright Date: 2009
Frequency: daily (except saturday and monday)[<1979-1995>]
weekly[ former 1934-<1955>]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Marianna (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jackson County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Jackson -- Marianna
Coordinates: 30.776389 x -85.238056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
General Note: "Independent."
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028304
Volume ID: VID00065
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: ltuf - ACA5476
oclc - 33284558
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Preceded by: Times-courier (Marianna, Fla. : 1947)
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Florida: It.s time to move on

Introduced as a man who waits patiently at
the shoreline for the best wave, Mark Wilson
spoke on Florida's economic changing of tides
at the Jackson County Chamber of Commerce
First Friday Power Breakfast this week.
As Florida Chamber of Commerce President
and CEO, Wilson told a large'crowd Friday that
the Florida as they know it is over.
. Now is the time to plan ahead for a different
type of Florida, said Wilson, a Florida not
about cheap living and beaches, but a state that
could be known as the source of -talent and
ingenuity in the global economy.
Wilson said he is often asked whenFlorida's
economy will go back to the way it used -to be.-
"The answer is never," said Wilson. "We led
the country in job growth for ten years ... Now
we lead the country in job loss ... We've been
growing, and growing, and growing and grow-
ing and all of a sudden it's over."
Many people moved to Florida over the last
few decades, drawn by the lure of the scenery
and low cost of living., said \Vilson. Florida is
now ranked number 26 in the county\ for its
high cost cost of living.,

Mark Wilson, President and CEO of the
Florida Chamber of Commerce, addressed
the First Friday Power Breakfast. Mark
Skinner / Floridan .
Why is the state in this mess? Two reasons,
said Wilson.
"One, the rest of the world. wanted to live
here ... And second: Our elected officials and.

our business community failed to look at the
next wave. They failed to plan for economic
changes," said Wilson.
."We knew in the late nineties and at the turn
of the century that we were going through a
.world-wide change ... now I can have an
accountant in India ... This building could have
been designed by someone in China ... things
here can be done anywhere on the globe," said
But there is good reason for Floridians to
stay positive, said Wilson.
"If Florida was a stock ... I'd cash in every-
thing I own to buy it," said Wilson.
Florida has so many. things going right that
some serious planning for -the future could
mean big success for the state, said Wilson.
He compared the state's challenges to'cross-
ing a long bridge: "Do you turn around and go
back or do you go to the other end?" .
. "The challenge is how quickly we're going to
get to the other side," said Wilson. ,
Talent required
Wilson said a key element to a community 's
success, and that of the state's. is the type of
jobs that will exist 20 or 30 years from no\\.

"All jobs are important, but the type of jobs
to look at are jobs that are paying more than the
ones in the community now," said Wilson
. The .business community and local govern-
ment should work together to set a policy, said
Wilson, to bring in higher paying jobs.
"Someone is going to cure cancer, someone
is going to develop the answer to alternative
energy," said Wilson. "Will they be here in
In 20 years from now, required job skills will
be very different than they are today, said
"I think in terms of 2030 and 2020," said
Wilson. "My third grader will be entering the
workforce in 2020."
Wilson said the Florida Chamber of
Commerce believes that Florida will soon be
the third-largest populated state in the country.
He said Florida's workforce will need one
million more university:degrees than the state is
currently, on pace to produce.
Something needs to be done to create, keep
and lure talent to Florida's communities, he
"You can offer every incentive in the world to
See FLORIDA, Page 5A >

Locals take the stage

in 'Steel Magnolias'
A matinee performance of Steel Nlagriolias might be
just the ticket for a l:iz.i Sunday afternoon. especially
considering that three Jackson CountY "omnen are in the
cast of the show..
It will also will be an historic occasion; it's the maiden
performance for the revived Spanish Trail Playhouse,
which was last active in the 1960's.
Headquartered in Chipley, the theater groip is being
put back together by recent Chipola grad and Chipley
native Kevin Russell.
According to the threc Jackon County castmembers,
Danuta Jacob, Kelly Davis and Courtney Corbin, Russell
has put his heart and soul into the project.
Likewise, Jacob, Davis and Corbin are giving their all
to the show
Friday and Saturday performances at the new Chipley
High School on Brickyard road were pretty much sold out
by Thursday afternoon, but tickets to the 2 p.m. show (at
$10 each) were still available.
Steel Magnolias is, set in a Louisiana parish and
revolves around the lives of six women whose strength
and grace give the play, and a subsequent hit movie, its
name.-The entire play takes place in the beauty shop run
by 'Truvy," portrayed in. the hit movie by Dolly Parton.,
Marianna resident Kelly Davis takes that role. Davis is a
relative newcomer to*Marianna and this is her first time
on stage. She said she feels a real connection to thi play,
since it is set in her home.state. She moved here after
Hurricane Katrina and is a teacher. After a two-year stint
at Cottondale teaching language arts and coaching soft-
See MAGNOLIAS, Page 5A .

Book signing marks local author's success

Local author Tracey Kitts \was at
Chipola River Book and Tea Saturday
to sign the first book of the Lihth
Mercury: \\'eremolf Hunter series.
"Red" begins the series,. Which is a
paranormal romance about a modern-
day werewolf huntress at work in
North Florida.
The book was well-recieved by read-
ers and critics since it was first intro-
duced as an "e-book" on the Internet.
Now, the book is available in print: as
well as the second and thud book in the
series, which are available for order
online. New Concepts Publishing has
shown faith in Kitt's creative ability,
having entered into contract for seven
of her books so far.
As a working mother and wife, how
does Kitts find the time for so much
"In about an hour I can write ten
pages," said Kitts. "With this told in
first person, I can really just let my own
opinions out, even the really bad ones I
shouldn't have."
Kitts said the main :character is an
extension of her own personality.
"So I can really get into her head ....
and she gets into mine," said Kitts with
a laugh.
She said her favorite book that she's
written has yet to be released.

Maxine Hardin looks over the book just signed by Graceville author Tracey
Kitts Saturday at Chipola River Book and Tea. Mark Skinner / Floridan

"Eden" is not related to the Lilith
Mercury senes, but is equally paranor-
mal. in style She cited. oneof her
favorite scenes from the book as one in
which a vampire-battling priest blesses
rain, melting down the vampires that
surround him.
"I actually thought of that while I
was mincing garlic for dinner," she said
as she chuckled.
In her books, Kitts throws in a wide
mix of characters, from strong women
and sensible inen to a few bad men that
become the readers' guilty pleasure.

In "Red," readers till find a new
explanation of how werewolves come
"Lilith is a werewolf hunter whose
love life is nearly as dangerous as her
job. She's torn between the man who
saved her humanity and the'one who
makes her want to embrace the beast.
She can't help being drawn to him,"
said Kitts in a previous interview "ith
the Floridan.
. To read more about the. author and
her books, visit

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Hurricane Ike track map. Courtesy of NOAA

Keeping ..an eye on Ike
Once again. emergency officials are asking resident, to be wary of a
storm on the horizon- but for sood reason, according to officials.
Hurricane Ike's projected path places it right in the Gulf of Mexico
,by Thursday aftemoon, according to the National Hurricane Center.
As of Saturday. evening, Ike Was measured as a category four hurri-
cane, and is expected to be a a category three on Thursday, -according
to NHC. Jackson County Emergency Managment Director Rodney
Andreasen said he hopes residents will keep up efforts to prepare for
storms such as Ike. .

Pregame consult

Sneads High School Head Football Coach Don Dowling consults
with Tucker Dowling before the start of Friday's game against
Cottondale. Mark Skinner / Floridan

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The Marianna Police
Department listed the follow-
ing incidents for Sept.
5, the latest available -
report: One suspicious
person, two distur- -'
bance, one fire alarm. 'CR
one |u.enile -
report/complaint, three
dog complaint, one assisting
another agency, two public
service, one patrol request,
one threats/harassment, two
warrant serVed, 16 traffic stop,
one theft, two miscellaneous,
one 911 hang-up and one pur-
The Jackson County
Sheriff's Office listed the fol-
lowing incidents for Sept. 5,
the latest available report:
Five abandoned.vehicle, three
alarm, one animal complaint,
two burglary, one child abuse,
one civil dispute, two dead
person, four disturbance, two
forgery/fraud, three informa-
tion report, one juvenile
report, two larceny, one patrol
request, one public service,
one shooting in area, one
stolen vehicle, three suspi-
cious incident/person/vehicle,
two threat, three traffic acci-
dent, 16 traffic stop, one trans-
port and one trespassing.
The following persons were
booked into the county jail
during the latest reporting
Richard Mayo, 30, 27655
NE Jesse Stone Rd., Altha,
violation of state probation.
.- Daniel Caroll, 28, 4641
Cliff Rd., Graceville, order of
Pale Perez, 21, 2668
Church St., Cottondale, inter-

ference with child custody,
sexual battery with a minor
under 16, trespassing.
-Gregory Jackson,
33, 3099 Bay Burry
l.L,-= Rd., Cottondale, disor-
derly conduct.
ME Brandy Jackson,
-- 28, 3099 Bay Burry
Rd., Cottondale, disor-
derly conduct.
S- David Allen, 56, 961
Everrett Rd., Graceville,
Worthless checks (two
counts), hold for Washington
County, hold for Holmes
Kimberly, Mundy, *43,
2949 Jefferson St., Marianna,
hold for Franklin County.
Kenneth Groethe, 48,
10275 County Rd. 120,
Sanderson, possession of mar-
ijuana more than 20 grams,
possession of drug parapher-
Elizabeth Barwick, .20,
6907 Park St., Grand Ridge,
violation of state probation.
Angela Sanchez, 26, 2933
Hollister jVd., Marianna, vio-
lation of state probation.
Chena Peterson, 18, 35,13
Sylvania Plantation Rd.,
Greenwood, battery on a law
enforcement officer, battery
(two count's). '
Jerry Sylvester, 50, 4301
Forehand Rd., DUI.
To report a crime, call
CrimeStoppers at 526-5000.
To report a wildlife viola-
tion, call 1-888-404-FWCC


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--1-l43
Alcoholics Anonymous has an open
meeting each Monday, from 8 to 9 p.m., at
the First Unifed Methodist Church, 2901.
Caledonia St., Marianna. Use rear church
Campbellton Senior Citizens meet at 6.
p.m., in the community center. Bring a dish
to share. Candidates for political office who
were unable to come to the last meeting are
invited to attend this meeting. Call 263-
The Cortondale Cir Conmmussion's reg-
ular meeting starts at 6 p.m, in the commis-
sion room. Call 352-2033
Jacob Cirt Councl's first budget hear-
ming starts at 6 p.m. The regular meeting'
starts at 6:30 p.m. Call 263-6636.
The Jackson Counit Health Department
Tobacco Pre'enuon and Control Program
offers Quit Smoking Now Classes that will
meet weekly, on Sept. 8, 15, 22 and 29, and
Oct. 6 and 13, at 5:30 p.m., in the JCHD
conference room. Curriculum developed by
ex-smokers for those \ho vwish to be e\-
smokers. No cost. To register, call 526-2412,
ext. 188 or.209-2024, or e-mail fodina_hen-
The Sneads Carlisle Rose Garden Club
meeting at the Sneads Log Cabin begins at
11 a.m.; lunch is at 11:30 a.m. The program
will be about memories and each member is
asked to bring one or two articles for the
"Memory Table."
September 9- Tuesday
The William Henry Milton Chapter
1039, United Daughters 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.
F* The Republican Club of Northwest
Florida meets every second Tuesday of the

month, at noofi, at Jim's Buffet and Grill in
Marianna. Today's' speaker: Representative
Marti Coley. Call 718-5411.
Southeastern' Community Blood
Center's mobile unit will accept blood dona-
!Itions'at the Marianna Lowes, 10 a.m. to 3
p.m. Call 526-4403.
-* Christine Gilbert teaches free quilting,
crocheting or knitting classes Tuesdays at 1
p.m., at the Jackson County Senior Citizens
center, 2931 Optimist Dr., Marianna. Call
The Childbirth Education Class series
begins Sept. 9, and continues each Tuesday
through Sept. 30, from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m., in
the Education Classroom, ground floor,,
Jackson Hospital: Husbands and other sup-
porters are in' ited Bring a favorite pillow'
for rela\atlon. Nlaienals and snacks provid-.
ed. No cost to attend. Call Healthy Start at
526-2412. e\t. 285.
Alcoholics Anonymous has an open
meeting each Tuesday, from 8 to 9 p.m., at
the First United Methodist Church, 2901
Caledonia St., Marianna. Use rear church
'. The Marianna branch of the Jackson
County Public Library presents Story Time
every Tuesday, at 9:30 a.rn. and at 11 a.m.
(pre-school ages); and at 3:15 p.m. (school-
age children). There will be stories, poems,
songs and arts and crafts. Call 482-9631 or
The Town of Greenwood will hold its
regular council meeting Tuesday, Sept. 9, at
6:30 p.m., in the Town Hall located at 4207
Bryan St.
Chipola College Theatre will hold open
auditions for "Bus Stop,"' Sept. 9-10, at 6
p.m. "Bus Stop" runs Nov. 6-9. Call Charles
Sirmon, director of Theatre, at 718-2227.
Malone School's Open House for par-
ents is at 6 p.m. Parents, meet in auditorium.
before visiting classrooms.,School Advisory
Council members will be elected,.
September 10 -Wednesday
Alcoholics Anonymous has an open
meeting Wednesdays, 12 to 1 p.m., at First
United Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia
St., Marianna, rear church entrance. .
Southeastern Community Blood
Center's mobile unit will be accepting blood
donations at Radio Shack from 10 a.m. to 3

p.m. Call 526-4403.
September 11-- Thursday
Covenant Hospice's monthly grief sup-
port group in Marianna is on the second
Thursday of every month, from 9 to 11 a.m.,
at 4440 Lafayette St. (old Danley building
across from the courthouse). The support
group is free, but registration is required.
Light refreshments served. To register, call
January' McKeithan at 482-8520 or (888)
Southeastern Community Blood
Center's mobile unit will be accepting blood
donations at the Marianna Wal-Mart from
10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Call 526-4403.
Alcoholics Anonymous meets each
Thursday for a "closed discussion," 8 to 9
p.m., at the First United Methodist Church,
2901 Caledonia St., Marianna. Use rear
church entrance. Attendance is limited to
persons with a desire to stop drinking.
The Graceville branch of Jackson
County Public Library presents Story Time
every Thursday, at 10 a.m. (pre-school ages),
and at 3:15 p.m. (school-age children). There
will be stories, poems, songs and arts and
crafts. Call 482-9631 or 263-3659.
The Jackson County School Board's
special board meeting starts at 3 p.m., and
the board workshop starts at 4 p.m., in the
JCSB office. Call 482-1200.
The Town of Greenwood will hold a
special council meeting Thursday, Sept. 11,
at 5:30 p.m., in the Town Hall, 4207 Bryan
St., to tentatively adopt the millage and
budget for the FY2008/2009.
Jackson County Senior Citizens, 2931
Optimist Dr., Marianna, will host a presen-
tation on hearing education at 10:30 a.m.
Lunch will be served at 11:30 a.m. For reser-
vations, call 482-5028.
American Cancer Society's Relay for
Life of Central Jackson 2009 fiesta kickoff
starts at 5:30 p.m., at Covenant Hospice,
4440 Lafayette St., Marianna. Frito salad
and queso dip will be served.
The premier of "Living Waters: Aquatic
Preserves of Florida," a multi-media experi-
ence of film and photographs, is from 6 to 9
p.m., in the Chipola College Arts Center.
Free event; refreshments; discussions and
demonstrations by the artists. Call 718-2301
or e-mail stadsklevj @chipola.edu.

. 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.


Telephone: (850) 526-3614 Fax: (850) 482-4478
E-mail: editorial@jcfloridan.com
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 520
Marianna, FL 32447-0520
Street Address: 4403 Constitution Lane.
Marianna, FL 32447
Office Hours: Weekdays, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Missed Delivery: Subscribers should receive their newspa-
per no later than 6 a.m. If you do not receive your newspa-
per, call the.Floridan circulation department between 7 a.m.
and 5 p.m. weekdays, and 7 a.m. and 11a.m. Sunday.
Subscription Rates: Home delivery: one month $11.23; three
months, $32.83; six months $62.05; one year, $123.45. All
prices include applicable state and local taxes. Mail sub-
scriptions are payable in advance. By mail, three months,
$46.12, six months, $92.24, one year, $184.47.

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.
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.

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.
The Jackson County Floridan (USPS 271-840) is published
Tuesday through Friday and Sunday mornings. Periodical
postage paid at Marianna, Fla.
Send address changes to Jackson County Floridan, P.O. Box
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lure a company to your community, but according to David Denslow at the facts and come t
what that company's going to want to University of Florida," said Wilson "We about it, said Wi
know most is whether the talent will be damn sure better plan better and grow
there," said Wilson. smarter than we did when the last 10 mil- Build a dasi
lion people came in".
Five more imperatives and He said too many businesses are focus- \Vhen a comic
one common agenda ing one their own 'agendas, when they together, they s.
ought to be banning together to present a the state of the
Government and business leaders common and clear agenda to government for the future,'sa
should consider' several 'other elements officials. Wilson cited the. book Good to He referred to
that would make their Florida community Great, authored by JimrCollins. dashboard, which]
a success, said Wilson: Inmiovation, infra- The book begins with the statement that oof the vehicle
structure, business climate, governance good is the enemy'of great, said Wilson. mileage and the'
and quality of life. While good communities might pre-. Wilson said.
"By the. year 2030, we'll have 10 mil- tend certain issues don't exist, great com- should be created
lion more people living in Florida, munities confront their issues, look at the nity.


ball, she's now an educator at Dozier
School for Boys.
A single mother of two sons, Davis said
juggling work, home and theater has been
challenging but rewarding. "I've been
getting off work, going home long
enough to say hi and bye, and on to
rehearsal. It has been a massive
onslaught, but it's been a .great experi-
ence," she said. "It's definitely character-
building. You learn about your shortcom-
ings and your abilities. Being on stage'
and remembering lines and where to be -
and when to be there it's definitely
Fellow Marianna resident Danuta Jacob
took on the role of "Clairee," played in
the movie by Olympia Dukakkis. Jacob
said she's only seen the movie once. "I
watched it once and only once because I
didn't want to be overly influenced by
Olympia Dukakkis, I wanted it to be my
own interpretation of the character,"
Jacob said.
She said she appreciates Clairee for her
dry sense of humor.
"She's kind of out-of-the-corner-of-
her-mouth funny, and it's been a lot of fun
for me. I don't feel like I have a great
sense of humor, so it's great to have these
lines to say since I can't think of them
Unlike Davis, Jacob has had consider-

able experience in local theater, having
appeared in several Chipola productions
through the past few years.
The third in the trio of Marianna resi-
dents in the play, Courtney Corbin, has.
been in some Chipola productions and is
minoring in theater there, but this is her
first lead role and her first time in com-
munity theater. She plays 'Shelby,' the
character played by Julia Roberts in the
. Corbin said she finds .this particular
role yery suited to her. The character's
upbeat, bubbly outlook on life mirrors her
own, she said, and there are other similar-
"I can relate so much to my character.
Her relationship with her mother is a lot
like mine with my mother, and in a lot of
other ways, I feel like I know who she is."
Originally from Graceville, Corbin said
her mom and dad, Gwen and Ron Corbin,
plan to be at all three performances this
Corbin, 19, said she's excited to be
working in community theater.
"Working with some experienced com-
munity theater people has been so valu-
able," she said. "I've learned so much
from them, I wouldn't trade it. And real-
ly, you become a'family."
Jacob and Davis both made .that obser-
vation, and all three said the relationships

they're foiged ar
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James & Sikes Funeral, a grandson, Ton. Cochran.
Horame Maddox-Chapel Survivors include three
4278 Lafayette St.' sons, Terrill Green and wife,
Marianna, FL 32446 Gaye, of Wisconsin, Donald
850-482-2332 Green and wife, JoAnn, of
www.jamesandsikesfuneral- Eight Mile, Ala., and Clayton
home.com Green and wife, Latesha, of
DeFuniak Springs; two daugh-
Ryals Baxter ters, Louise Cochran and hus-
S. band, Jerry, of Semmes, Ala.,
S Rals Baxter. 7'...f of and Peggy Hughes and hus-
Cottondale died Thursday. band. Bobb\, oft Mananna: 16
Sept. 4, 200g, at 'Jackson grandchildren: 25 great-grand-
Hospital in Marianna, ,. children; and t\\o great-greai-
Continued From Page 1A Mr. Baxter was a longtime, grandchildren ',
meeting resident of Jackson County, The service will be. at 3
together to do something where he worked as a switch-. p.m.,, Sunday, Sept. 7, at the
lson. board operator at Sunland., First United Methodist Church
b He was preceded in death in Marianna,, x\\ih Dr. Bob
board by one daughter, Kathy Bolton McKibben, the Revs. Bob
Scott: Calvert and Clay Green offici-
nunity is ready to work Survivors include his \ife, eating. Burial will. follow in
should regularly onimtor Carl6y'n; two sons, Phillip Pinecrest Memorial ,QGrdens
comihunity as they plan. Warren'of HleadlandiAla., and ,.with James & Sikes Funeral
id Wilson. Howard Bolton of Home Maddox ,Chapel
the gages on a vehicle's Tallahassee; two daughters, directing.
h show how various areas ,Lyrin. Robinson of Atlanta, The family -will receive
are doing, from' gas .to Ga, and Kimberly Johnson of .friends one hour prior to the
state'of the engine. Gretna, La.; three brothers,., service, from 2 to 3, p.m.,
a similar dashboardr" Edward, Raymond, and Ross Sunday, at the church.
d in each Florida commu- Baxter; 11 grandchildren; and
six great-grandchildren.
The services will be at 10 James &Sikes.Funeral
a.m., Monday, Sept.,, 8, at the R Home Maddox Chapel
Continued From Page A First Free Will Baptist Church. 4278 LafayetteSt.
in Malone, with the Rev. Jack- Marianna, FL. 32446
e among niost re a riding "Howellofficiating. Burialwill 850-482-2332
el Magnolias experience, follow in Collins Chapel,-,ww.amesansikesunera1-
men each brought some- Baptist Cemetery, with James home.com ,,
nd unique, to the stage & Sikes Funeral Homie '- M Edna sc ndt
ing skills. Maddox Chapel directing. Mary EdnaSchmidt .
, .Corbin's late maternal The family will receive .
earl Miles) adored the friends from 6 to 8 p.:m., Mary Edna Schmidt,'73, of
t as' Corbin's character Sunday, Sept. 7, at James & Chipley died Thursday, 'Sept.
permission of her grand- Sikes Funeral Home Maddox 4, 2008, in Washington Rehab
Mil-s,, Corbin went Chapel. and Nursing Center.

through, her .grandmother's closet and
chose some of her pink wardrobe pieces
for the show, and he'll.be in the audience
to see it this weekend. She'll also be
wearing one of her grandmother's rings,
using the heirloom which was passed on
to her as the engagement ring her charac-
ter receives early in the play.
Davis will have a purple scarf on stage,
one her mother gave her before she
passed away.
Jacob will be wearing a dragonfly pin
that her mother gave her, and although her
mom lives too far away to make it to the
show, Jacob plans to let her know her jew-
elry made an appearance and had a shin-
ing moment in the script as well.
The three women say they've made
friendships they hope will last a lifetime,
and highly recommend the Spanish Trail
Playhouse as a stellar experience in com-
munity theater.

Janies & Sikes Funeral
Home Maddox Chapel
4278 Lafayette St.
Marianna, FL 32446
Jessie B. Green

Jessie B. Green, 93, of
Marianna died Friday, Sept. 5,
2008, at her residence.
Mrs. Green was, a longtime
resident of Jackson County,
where she was a homemaker
and a member of the First
United Methodist Church in
She was preceded in death
by her husband, the Rev. A.B.
Green; son, Benny Green; and

A native, of Mobile, Ala.,
Mrs. Schmidt had resided in
Jackson County for many
years and was "a retired sales
agent/broker in in surance'and
securities. She- 'attended
Evangel Worship Center.
She was prededed-in death
by her parents', James Oscar
and Mary Lane McCoy.
Survivors include three
daughters, Regina Schmidt of
Cottondale, Vicky Schmidt of
Texas, and Sybil King of
Homestead; three grandchil-
dren, Catheryn King, Danielle
Yates and Mary Rose
*:The memorial service will
be at 2 p.m., Sunday, Sept. 7,
at Evangel Worship Center in
Marianna, with the Rev.
Lavon Pettis officiating.


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ice cream!

Above: Patrick and William Carrel enjoy
their ice cream during a back to school social
Saturday at the Jackson County Public
Library sponsored by the Friends of the
Library. During the event kids enjoyed ice
cream with a multitude of toppings as well as
a visit by the Marianna Fire Department and
a game of twister. Right: Zachery Perry takes
a big bite of his ice Saturday during the ice
cream social. ,

- Photos by Mark Skinner/ Floridan

Above: McKenna Morrison eats ice cream
with her dad, Josh Morrison at the back to
school social Saturday at the Jackson County
Public Library. The event was sponsored by
the Friends of the Library.

A good day

Reading: Sarah Pulliam gets some read-
ing in as she played on the swings at Blue
Springs Recreation Area with Stephen
Pulliam Monday.
Giving: Amy Askew, branch manager for
Gentiva Home Health carries out bags con-
taining some of the 306 pounds of food and
.supplies collected from area' health care
providers during its fourth annual food drive
for Stop Over House, an organization which.
provides temporary housing for abused and
neglected children.
Photos by Mark Skinner/.Floridan


Foxy is a one year old female retriever mix. Love is female calico who is over a year old. Mata. Hari is a six month old chocolate lab.. Robin is a five month old female tabby. ,,
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Partners for Pets on parade
If yoi are interested in adopting any of these in helping the pets. We are always in need of terly newsletter of shelter news, such as recent i4.
pets from Partners for Pets, please come by volunteers. Interaction with the pets can be adoptions and improvements that are being ,
4011 Maintenance Dr., in Marianna. The shel- everything from sedentary activities like sitting made, We'll also be able to contact you about .
ter hours are Monday through Friday 10:00 and petting cats to walking dogs.. We also have upcoming shelter events, and you'll be able to
3:00 and Saturday 10:00,- 1:00. You can also dogs that would love to run and play catch, attend and vote at the annual Partners for Pets
call the shelter at 482-4570 for more informa- Another great way to help support the pets is Members meeting held each year. Our mailing
tion or visit www.partnersforpets.petfinder.com by becoming a member of Partners for Pets. address is 4415-C Constitution Lane #184,
There are several ways you can be involved Your $25 annual fee provides you with a quar- Marianna, FL 32448. _______

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Dove Delores Poley and Cole Alan Thompson

Poley, Thompson to wed

Ernie and Hellon Poley
Sr. of Clarksville are proud
to announce the forthcom-
ing marriage of their
daughter, Dove Delores
Poley, to Cole Alan
Thompson, son of Michael
and Susan Thompson of
Punta Gorda.
The ceremony will be
Saturday, Sept. 20, 2008, at,
11:30 a.m., at the Eastside

Baptist Church, 4785
Highway 90, in Marianna.
Invitations are not being
sent locally, but all family
and friends are invited as
Dove and Cole join their
lives as one.
. A reception will follow
the ceremony at the
American Legion, 3627
Highway 90, in Marianna.

Carlecia Cooper turns 12

Carlecia Donetta Cooper of
Marianna celebrated her 12th
)birthday on Sept. 4, 2008. She
"is the daughter of, Felicia
'Graham of Marianna; and
Carlos Cooper.
She celebrated her special
event with a party at her home.
Carlecia and her guests
played games and shared a
"Hannah Montana" birthday
Maternal grandparents are
Annie L. Graham and James
Rhynes of Marianna.
Paternal grandparents are
James Cooper of Daytona; and
the late Carolyn Johnsont of
Great-grandmother is Lillie.
B. Shock of Popular Springs.
Carlecia is the sister of

Thomas turns
Makayla Thomas of
Greenwood celebrated her
eighth birthday on-Sept. 1,
She 'is the daughter of
Michael Thomas of
Greenwood; and Kimberly
Burns of Dellwood.
Grandparents are Lloyd and
Brenda Franklin of Grand
Ridge; and Shirley Powell of'
Grand Ridge.
She holds- a very dear place
in the heart ofher aunt, Amie.
A pool party wvas held
,Saturday, Sept. 6, at 4 p.m., at
.her Greenwood home. She and
:guests shared hamburgers, hot
,dogs, ice cream and cake.

Carlecia Cooper

Johnathan Shock, 152, and
Car'Daisha Cooper, 5, of

s 8 years old

Makayla Thomas


Harrell turns 5 years old

On July 21, 2008, Brayden
Ryan Harrell of Cypress,
turned 5 years qld. He was
treated to lunch at Burger King
and enjoyed "Playland." That
evening, he was honored by
his family with a spaghetti
supper and an oceah-themed
birthday cake.
On July 19, a party was held
at Kindel Lanes- in Marianna,
where Brayden and approxi-
mately 40 friends and family
members bowled, played
arcade games and took a trip
through the niaze. Pizza, chips
and dip, ice cream and a
"Power Ranger" birthday cake
were served.
Brayden is the son of
Derrick and Melissa Harrell of
Cypress. Maternal grandpar-
ents are Donnie and Martha Jo

Brayden Harrell
Rogers of Cypress. Paternal
grandparents are Tanya Owens
of Grand Ridge; and Glen
Harrell of Grand Ridge.'

Car'Daisha Cooper is 5

Car'Daisha Sha'Khyia
Cooper of Marianna celebrat-
ed her fifth birthday on Sept.
2, 2008. She is the daughter of
Felicia Graham of Marianna;
and Carlos Cooper.
She celebrated her special
event at Mother Love Child
Care, where she attends day-
After lunch with guests,
everyone played games and
shared cup cakes and punch.
Maternal grandparents are
Annie L. Graham and James
Rhynes of Marianna.
Paternal grandparents are
James Cooper of Daytona; and
the late Carolyn Johnson of
Car'Daisha is the sister of
Johnathan Shock, 15V2, and
Calecia Cooper, 12, of

Car'Daisha Cooper

Marianna.-She enjoys spend-
ing time with her "MeMa,"'
Sheherah Clark of Enterprise,

Paulks celebrate 60

All friends and family of
Curtis and Ethel (Fears)
Paulk are invited to a recep-
tion -celebrating Mi. and
Mrs. Paulk's 60th wedding
anniversary on Sunday,
Sept. 14, from 2 to 4 p.m., at
the Campbellton
Community Center.
The' son of Mr. and Mrs.
Joel T. (Dora Lee Garner)
Paulk, Curtis learned to love
farming as he and his fami-
ly worked hard to survive
the years following the
Great Depression. While
attending Campbellton
High School, Curtis met
"the new girl at school,"
Ethel Fears, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. R. B. (Docia
Ready) Fears. It was love at
first sight, and they, have
been virtually inseparable
ever since.
Following their marriage
on Sept. 5, 1948, Curtis and
Ethel established their own
family farm near Curtis's
parents, northeast of

They were blessed with
.five children: Geraldine,
Frank, Jeff, Marilyn and
SGrady, and were named the
1970 Progressive Farm
Family of Jackson County.
As the children grew up
and started their own
homes, Curtis and -Ethel :
became the proud grandpar- *
ents of seven grandchildren
and six great-grandchildren.
Mr. and Mrs. Paulk attrib-
ute their longevity as. a cou-
ple to their deep love for
each other and their unwa-
vering faith in God.
They have made many
special l friends during their
life together and look for-
ward to greeting all who can
attend their anniversary
The couple requests no
gifts; they just want to
spend the afternoon remi-
niscing about old times and
celebrating the many bless-.
ings they have experienced
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Murph's positive reflections

Children have never had
better opportunities to prepare'
themselves to become suc-
cessful as they do today.
With the new teaching tech-
niques and materials that are
available these days, and the
'tremendous amount of 'infor-
mation accessible on, the
Internet, we all have a chance
to increase our knowledge.
The beginning of the school
year brings on new challenges
for students and more respon-
sibilities for parents, and
guardians (especially for our
younger students). "
It is also an opportunity for
a fresh start- in others ways.
The way that our children are
treated before they 'reach
school each day is very impor-
Some type of breakfast is
better than no breakfast. It has
been documented that a child
who has breakfast each morn-
ing is much more alert, atten-
tive and relaxed, than a child
that doesn't.
Everyone doesn't have the
means it takes to have break-
fast everyday, but even a light
breakfast as often as possible
can give your child a boost. It
may take a sacrifice to do so
(give your child breakfast
when possible), but it is well
worth it.
The beginning of the school
year may be a good time for
adults to make changes
regarding their child. Some
students are quick learners,
but for others the learning
process is a struggle.
There are niany adults that
'have no idea what kind of stu-

dent their child is, because
they have not taken time to
find out.-
There are students that have
the. ability to make A's and
B's, but.don't have the desire
to do so. How many times
have you seen an individual
waste his or her life on petty
things which seem "cool" at
the time, that come back in
later years to haunt them?
They look back at those wast-
ed years with regret.
There is nothing wrong with
being "cool", but why not be
"studious", "smart" and
"cool"? When our young peo-
,ple go back to our schools to
increase their education, they
are also returning to public
surroundings and peer pres-
Knowledge has increased in
more ways than one; for the
good and for the bad.
While we have some of the
most knowledgeable people in
history during this time, we
also have some of the most
scheming, devious. criminals
in history.
The path our young people
take could depend on how you
as an adult assist them.
Our encouragement and
support is crucial to the suc-
cess of many of our young
If your child is not excited
about school, and doesn't
seem to be giving a good
effort, he or she could use
some encouragement from
Showing anyone that you
truly believe in them can give
that person a feeling of assur-
ance and boost their spirits.
When a parent or guardian

Murphy *
complains about giving some
of the needed assistance our
young people mUst have to
.move forward (such as drop-,
ping them off and .picking
them up, and sometime wait-
ing on them), it can cause
them to have a feeling of
resentment and discourage-
I feel that it would be a great
idea to show your children
how much you care; by meet-
ing the leader of your child's
school, so that leader will
know who you are; by making'
a visit to the school to find out
who will be teaching your
child; and to make a point of
consistently checking on your
child's status in school.
There is a good chance that
if you as a parent or guardian
show how much you care,
your child will accomplish
more, and have much more
desire to reach his or her goals
in life.
By taking time to encourage
others, you can make an
important difference in the
way those you encourage look
it this life.

Jackson County Life


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-

Weddings $35 for the first 250 woids.. $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 engage-

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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Club hosts

local bike

rodeo for


Left: The Northeast Jackson
County Optimist Club recent-
ly teamed with the Jackson.
County Community Traffic
Safety Team to hold a bike
safety rodeo at Johnny
Williams- Park in Malone.
Participants included
Ashlypn Hall, Alexis Wilson,
Clinton Hlall, .Kamrie
Cqlloway, Kayla Williams,
Baylie Calloway, Brittany
Jones, Danielle Stoops, and
Emilie Calloway. .-
Contributed photo

Jackson County Floridan Sunday, September 7, 2008 3B

The Northeast Jackson County Optimist Club recently teamed with the Jackson County
Community Traffic Safety Team to hold a bike safety rodeo at Johnny Williams Park in
Malone. Shown fitting complimentary, safety helmets received by all participants are, left to
right, Emilie Calloway, Alexis Wilson, Mary Carol. Murdock'- NEJC Optimist Club board
member, Kayla Williams, and Karen Fader NEJC Optimist Club board member and exec-
utive director of the Jackson County Traffic Safety Team. Contributed photo

Bush, Crist and Florida mayors

proclaim Constitution Week

President George W. Bush,
Governor Charlie Crist and
mayors from across Florida
have issued proclamations
making. Sept. 17-23

Constitution Week.
Chipola Chapter,
reports that it has
2008 Constitution
proclamations from
lowing panhandle

the fol-.

Marianna Mayor James B.
Wise, Alford Mayor George
Gay, Grand Ridge Mayor

James Barwick,
Chattahoochee Mayor James
Atkins, Blountstown Mayor
Winston Deason, Altha Mayor
Wes Johnson, Greenwood
Mayor Charles Saunders,
Malone Mayor Gene Wright,
Graceville Mayor Charles
Holman, Campbellton Mayor
Aggie Curry, Cottondale
Mayor James Elmore, and
President of Sneads City
Council Greg Lewis.
The tradition of celebrating
the Constitution was started
in1890 by the Daughters of

the American Revolution
(DAR) In 1955, DAR peti-
tioned Congress to set aside
Sept. 17723 annually, to be
dedicated for the observance
of Constitution Week. The
resolution was, later adopted
by the U.S. Congress and
signed into Public Law, No.
915 on Aug. 2, 1956, by'
President Dwight D.
, Constitution Week has been
observed by Chipola Chapter,
NSDAR since the chapter,was
founded in October-1958. This

year, the group will be joined
by the William Dunaway
Chapter, SAR and Blue
Springs Society, C.A.R. for
the annual Constitution Day
luncheon on Saturday, Sept.
13, at MacKinnon Hall of.the
St. Luke's Episcopal Church
in Marianna.
Noted historian Dale Cox
will be available at 11 a.m. to
sign copies of his book,
"History of Jacksoni County,
Florida: Volume One." The
meeting will begin at 11:30
Mildred Barfield, pastor of
the Assembly of God Church
of Alford, will speak on "Not
Without Sacrifice."
Visitors are welcome at the
Dutch treat event and must
contact snoopyxii60@hot-
mail.com or Regent Dorcas
Jackson 579-2103,' for reser-

Following .the Constitution Week lunch-
eon, a live auction to benefit the Haley House
will be held at MacKihnon Hall of the St.
Luke's Episcopal Church, at 1 p.m. on Sept.
The public is invited to attend the benefit,
which will help provide free lodging for the
families of veterans and active military who
are patients at the James A. Haley Veterans
Hospital Polytrauma Rehabilitation Center
in Tampa.
The center is one of only four such centers
in the country and receives the most severe
cases. The Florida State Society of the
Daughters of the American Revolution has

chosen helping the Haley House as a state
In the past year FSSDAR has raised more
than $65,000 to help our "Wounded
Reservations are not necessary to attend
the auction, which is a separate event from
the DAR/SAR/C.A.R. luncheon meeting that
precedes it.
Many auction items have been donated,
including a stained glass window and a 35-
year-old Norfolk pine tree. To make a dona-
tion for the Haley House auction, please con-
tact DAR Regent Dorcas Jackson .at 679-

Above, left: Governor Charlie Crist signs a Constitution Week proclamation commemo-
rating the 221st anniversary of the drafting of the Constitution of the United States of
America. Above, right: Dorcas Jackson, regent of Chipola Chapter NSDAR, and Markie
Parrish, president of Blue Springs Society, C.A.R. watch as.Mayor James B.Wise signs a
Constitution Week proclamation for the city of Marianna. Contributed photos


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Green, Pastor of First Baptist
Church of Brandon, to preach in
chapel Sept. 8-10 beginning at
10 am.
Having twenty-nine years of
pastoral ministry experience,
Green has served in several
churches throughout the south-
east United States.
Since becoming senior pastor
of First Baptist Church of
Brandon, the church has grown
from 2700 to 5500 members
and was selected one of the top
100 churches in baptisms for the
Southern Baptist Convention in
Green holds a Bachelor of
Arts in' Religion from Samford
University, as well as a Master
of Divinity and Doctor of
Theology from New Orleans
Baptist Theological Seminary.
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Baptist Convention. Green and
his wife, Karen Ann, have three
sons, John, Philip, and Mathew.
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4B Sunday, September 7, 2008 Jackson County Floridan


Pack 170 kicks off new season of Scouting by 'Building Muscle'

Cub Scouts in Pack 170 of
Marianna kicked off a new
season of Scouting with their
first meeting of the school
year at the First Presbyterian
The unit of study was
"Building Muscles," with
Scouts learning and participat-
ing in a variety of exercises
and cooperative games.
Bear Scout Calen Sims
spoke to the Scouts about
ways to get in good physical
shape, how to keep from being
dehydrated, and the impor-
tance of proper nutrition and
rest for your body.
.Special guest for the meet-

Special guest Allison Hutton
demonstrates stretching exer-
cises. Contributed photo

ing was Marianna High
School softball player Allison
Hutton, who showed the
Scouts stretching and several
other low-impact exercises to
warm up their muscles.
Bear Scout leader Mary
Ann Hutton instructed the
Scouts on a number of differ-
ent individual and team activi-
ties,, including the foot push,
one-legged hand wrestle, seat-
ed back-to-back push, pull
over, hand wrestle and many
The group also had a crab
relay, 30-yard dash, kangaroo
relay,, gorilla relay, baseball
throw, and the standing long
Following the meeting, Cuh
Scouts sang "Happy Birthday"
to leader Mary Ann Hutton
and shared birthday cake and a
time of fellowship.
To learn more about
Scouting, e-mail
cokehut@digitalexp.com, or
call 209-2818.

,Bear Scout Calen Sims. talks
with scouts about getting and
staying physically fit.
Contributed photo

Bear Scout Hunter Hutton leads the other Scouts in singing
"Happy Birthday" to Bear Scout leader, Mary Ann Hutton.' -
Contributed photo

Bear Scout Austin Livingston
Contributed photo

completes his sit-ups. -

'Risks and Risk Management' topics of

Master Tree Farmer 2008 mini series

Risks exist with every
endeavor we face in life and
this is certainly true with for-
est management. This three-
session short-course, hosted
by Clemson University and
broadcast via satellite across
the South, will concentrate on

the risks associated with forest
management and allow
landowners and natural
resource professionals to con-
sider how they can manage
forests and forestland to plan
for and minimize problems
they may face.
. Forest management experts

will present the latest informa-
tion on risk management top-
ics. They will also be available
via 1-800 phone lines and the
Internet to answer questions
that landowners and natural
resource professionals have
about these issues.
In Florida, this program is a

Corn Pulling Workshop at Landmark Park

Learn how important corn
was to the .Wiregrass farmer at
the turn of the century and
participate 'in. the "corn
pulling" on Saturday, Sept. 13,
at 10 a.m., at Landmark Park
in Dothan, Ala.
Participants will help gather
the ears and learn how corn
was grown and used.
Landmark Park staff will
lead activities including husk-
ing, shelling and fashioning
tools and toys from by-prod-
This workshop will be pre-
sented at the Waddell House
on the Wiregrass Farmstead.
This workshop is free with
paid gate admission. Park
admission is $4 for adults, $3
for children and free for mem-
bers and children 3 and under.
Due to limited space, registra-
tion is required.
Landmark Park, home of
the Alabama Agricultural
Museum, is a 100-acre histor-


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ical and natural science park
located on U.S. Highway \ 431
North in Dothan, Ala.

For more information or to
reserve a spot, contact the park
at (334) 794-3452.


Monday, October 6, 2008
is the deadline if you need to register to vote
for the
November 4, 2008, General Election.
Your application must be received by the Supervisor of Elections office at
2851 Jefferson Street in Marianna or be postmarked by October 61".
In the General Election, you may vote for any candidate or issue on the ballot,
regardless of party affiliation. Please keep the election office advised of any address change
before election day.
For more election information visit our web site
at www.iacksoncountysoe.org or call 482-9652

Sylvia D. Stephens, Jackson County Supervisor of Elections

collaborative effort by UF-
IFAS Extension and Florida
Division of Forestry.
Questions can be directed to
Benjamin Koubek, (352) 846-
2374, flboy275@ufl.edu, or to
Chris Demers,
cdemers@ufl.edu, (352) 846-

Above: Marianna, High School softball player Allison Hutton
poses with Bear Scouts following her presentation. Austin
Livingston, Tanner Andress, Noah McArthur, Calen Sims,
Allison Hutton, Hunter Hutton, Ryan Mathis, and Nick Walker
are shown. Contributed photo

If a loved one has been injured or developedan illness
as a result of neglect or abuse in a nursing home, call
for a free consultation. This may include bed sores,
falls, malnutrition, dehydration, and other problems.
Appointments Can Be Scheduled In Marianna

Samuel W. Bearman
Attorney at Law
Law Office of

Samuel W. Be arman L.C.
Toll Free: 1-800-760-6065
820 N. 12th Avenue
S' Pensacola, Florida
The hiring of a lawyer is ah important decision that should not be
based soley upon, advertisement. Before You Decide To Retain An
Attorney, Ask Us To Send You Free Information About Our
Qualifications and Experience.

Crox ns or "caps" have been used in
dentistry in some form for hundreds of
a rs. In general, crowns are recom-
ended for teeth that are so badly bro-
ken down by caries, wear, or trauma or
: some combination of the three that other
restorative methods (such as fillings) are
not appropriate. When certain strategic
portions of the tooth are gone or already
replaced by "filling'" or restorative mate-
i. al the tooth becomes too weak to be
statistically likely to withstand biting and
. che ing forces. Unlike "fillings" which
S,. rest within the confines of the tooth, a
\ '. \ w n fits over tooth like a thimble over
Sthe finger. The importance of the crown
Si thlat it fits over and around the tooth
far and reinforces it like a ring reinforces
and contains the staves of a barrel. In
short, it makes the tooth less likely to break while replacing the missing tooth
structure. This has important implications for both the form and function of
the newly restored tooth. It is strong enough to with stand biting forces, and
when constructed or porcelain by a skilled technician, can look exactly like
the teeth around it.
Originally, most crowns were constructed of gold, which is a very strong
material, but not the most cosmetically pleasing. In the 1960's a method of
fusing porcelain to gold was perfected and most crowns for the last 45 to 50
years have been constructed of porcelain fused to a gold coping or core.
Technicians have now developed a way to make cores out of zirconium,
which act like metal as far as strength, but does not have the metallic color.
and can in fact be shaded to different tooth colors. These core now even are
strong enough for bridge work. With such beautiful materials to work with, it
is a wonderful time to be a dentist.
The one downside to performing this type of dentistry is that in some cir-
cumstances, some healthy tooth structure must be sacrificed in order to create
the shape of the preparation so the resulting crown is beautiful, strong, and
long-lasting. Only you, in consultation with your dentist, can decide if a
crown is appropriate for any given dental problem you might have.

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Hornets win wild thriller

over Pirates 32-24


series that has become known
for close, gut-wrenching fin-
ishes, Friday night's
Cottondale/Sneads finish may
stand alone.
The Hornets scored 16
points in the final 6:19 of the
game and overcame three
safeties to beat the Pirates 32-
Cottondale's Nick Jackson
ran for a 69-yard touchdown,
followed by a 2-point conver-
sion by Noreese Williams to
tie it 24-24, then caught a 21-
yard touchdown pass on 4th-
and-10 with 8.1 seconds left to
take the lead for good.
After Dominique Webb's 2-
point conversion made it 32-
24, Sneads' Mark Lawson
took the. ensuing kickoff back
58 yards before being tackled
at the Cottondale 21-yard line
as the clock ran out.
It was a wild affair, even for
this series, with a pair of con-
troversial calls on the Hornets'

"I've seen some crazy
things the last few
years, but I think
that's the first time
we've been on the
winning side in one
of these weird.
-Mike Melvin,
Cottondale coach

game-winning possession pre-
ceding the go-ahead score.
. "That was a big victory,"
Cottondale coach Mike
Melvin said. "What an excit-
ing game. It's like that every
year with Srieads."
In last season's matchup in
Sneads, the Hornets nearly
overcame a 30-6 deficit before
e enLua]ll losing 37-30.
This time, it was the
Hornets completing the rally
and the Pirates who had to

Sneads quarterback Taylor. Edge is pursued by Cottondale defender Cody Saye during Friday night's .game in Cottondale. The
Hornets won the game 32-24. Mark Skinner/Floridan

leave disappointed,
"Cottondale played a great
game," Sneads coach Don
Dowling said. 'They didn't.
get their heads down. That
was just a hell of a game.-
There's ho other way to put it.
Both teams are shot." ,
On the Hornets' game-win-
ning drive, two crucial calls to
keep the drive going went
Cottondale's way, while draw-
* /

ing loud protests from the
Pirates' sideline.
The first came on a 4th-and-
5 play from the Sneads 36
when CHS quarterback Jesse,
Freeman was in the process of:
being brought down for a sack
by Pirates defensive lineman
Michael Kinard when he
shoveled the ball backwards to
Jacob Herring, who ran the
ball 10 yards for a. first down

'to keep the drive alive.
Three plays later, Jackson
took a hand-off on 3rd-and-10
and was spun around by a
Sneads defender for no gain
before tr ing to lateral the ball
back and having it picked off
by a Pirates player, but the
officials blew the play dead,
saying that Jacksbn's forward
progress had been stopped.
."(Freeman) wasn't down,"

Melvin said of the. first con-
tested call. "The:(second play)..
was just an inadvertent whis-
tle. That's all \ou can say."
Dowling said 'he thought
Freeman went down, but said
that officials' calls are just a
part of the game.
"That's not our call to
make," the coach said. "Those
See THRILLER, Page 4C >

The Graceville Tigers made
easy work of the Liberty
County Bulldogs Friday night
in Graceville, winning 36-16
thanks to a dominant rushing
The Tigers outscored
Liberty County 22-8 after
halftimeand' rushed for 353
yards as a team, getting stellar
rushing nights from fullback
Leron Hoover and tailback
Treyshaun .White, each of
whom carried 14 times for
124 yards and two touch-
Tigers coach Todd
Wertenberger said the 'win
wasn't nearly as easy as the
final score might indicate.,
"Liberty County has a real
good defense and they pound-'
.ed us. in the first half," the
coach said. "They. were hit-
ting us hard and doing a good
job pursuing.. We were trying-
to make too many big plays,,
but in the second half we set-
tled down" and got after
White got the Tigers on the
board first, capitalizing on a
Liberty County turnover to
score on a 22-yard touchdown
run with 7:03 left in the first
The Bulldogs answered
with a touchdown and 2-point
conversion on their next drive
to take an 8-6 lead, but the
GHS running attack started to
impose its will in the second
period with an 11-play drive
that ended with a 2-yard
touchdown run by Hoover.
Justin Miles' 2-point con-
version made it 14-8
Graceville with 3:40. left in
the half.
Another short touchdown
run by Hoover, this one from
3 yards out, and a 2-point
conversion from Hoover put
the Tigers up 22-8 midway
through the third period.
The Tigers started to make
it a rout late in the period after
an interception by Wright,
which set up a 53-yard touch-

Marianna quarterback Dustin Larkin turns to hand the ball off to running back Quan Boykin
-during Friday night's 34-7 win over Blountstown in Marianna. Mark Skinner/Floridan

MHS cruises in opener


The Marianna High School Bulldogs
opened their seasofi with a solid 34-7 win over
the Blountstown Tigers before a packed crowd
at Bulldog Stadium Friday night.
The Bulldogs won the toss and elected to
defer to the second half.
The Tigers were unable to pick up a first
down in their first possession and punted the
ball to the MHS 22-yard line.
Marianna took over and Blountstown
returned the favor by forcing the Bulldogs to
punt after three plays.
The Bulldogs' J. D. Tyler and Michael
Holloway then sacked the Blountstown quar-
terback, causing a fumble that was picked up
by Marianna's Troy Clemmons.
The Bulldogs moved down the field quick-
ly, capping off the drive on a 6-yard touch-
down run. Bradley Battles. Clemmons nailed
the extra point to make it 7-0 midway through
the first quarter.
The Marianna defense, led by Holloway,
kept the Tigers off balance and again forced
them to punt on their next possession.
Marianna took over on its own 32-yard line.
However, penalties cost the Bulldogs on the
series and forced a Clemmons punt. At the end
of the first quarter, the Bulldogs led 7-0.
Early in the second quarter, the Bulldogs
forced the Tigers to punt and gained good field

position at the MHS 39.
Battles had back-to-back runs to pick up the
first down at the 40 of Blountstown.
On a third-down play, Tre Long scurried 36
yards into the endzone for the second score of
the night.
Clemmons was right on the mark with the
extra point to make it a 14-0 game.
The Bulldogs were on offense when they
took the field after the halftime break, though
MHS was unable to capitalize and punted the
ball td the 21-yard line of Blountstown.
The Tigers picked up their only score of the
*game on a lst-and-goal at the 2-yard line.
The kick was good and the lead was nar-
rowed to 14-7 early in the third quarter.
Marianna answered,on their next possession
when Fidel Montgomery became the third
Bulldog to find the efidzone on a 12-yard run.
Clemmons remained perfect 'on the night
and the Bulldogs' lead was back at 14 with a
21-7 score.
With less than four minutes to play in the
'game, Battles had a 44-yard touchdown run to
make it 27-7.
Marianna's special teams did their job by
forcing a fumble on the ensuing kickoff with
Holloway, Dalton Bennett and Clemmons
leading the way. ns
Quan Boykin recorded the Bulldogs final
touchdown of the night on a 21-yard run for
the final score.
See MHS, Page 3C >

Tigers roll past Liberty County

Graceville quarterback Justin Miles throws a pass against
Floridan File Photo :

down run by Miles, the 2-
point conversion making it.
White capped off the
Tigers' scoring with a 35-yard
touchdown run late in the
"In the second half, I think
we wore them down,"
Wertenberger said. "We went
hurry-up and got them tired,
then we were able to do what
we wanted to with them."
In the Tigers' preseason
win over Sneads, it was
Antrell Wright who. was the
star rusher for Graceville,
running the ball for 156 yards'
and three touchdowns.
Friday night, it was Hoover
.and White who carried the
For the last three seasons, it
was J.J. Laster who dominat-
ed the rushing stats for the
Now it appears that
Graceville has a bundle of
rushing threats that defenses
must focus on stopping.
"We're just happy with the
balance we have,"
Wertenberger said. "We've
got four kids in the backfield

who can all carry the ball, so
the defense can't key on any-
one. They have to play all
phases of the running game,
which makes it nice.
'We also feel like we can
throw the, ball if we need to,
but as long as we're running
the ball like this, we won't
throw it much. Right now, we
* don't need to throw it."
Miles completed' three
passes for 33 yards and
rushed six times for 62 yards.
But it was the bruising
inside running of Hoover and
the outside running of White
that made the difference for
"Hoover was running over
folks out there and looked
good," Wertenberger said.
"When the fullback is getting
4 yards per carry, the defense
has to respect him, which
opens up everything else.
Trey had a lot of good carries
from the tailback position."
Graceville next travels to
Marianna Sept. 12 to face the
The Tigers have lost the last
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Soccer Coaches and
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 provid-
ed by the Recreation
If interested, please call

Cheerleader Kiddie
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
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 spon-
sorships are available for
For information, call
Belinda Hendrix at (850)
573-6302 or email: hen-

Chipola Leadership
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
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
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

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The 12U Lady Lightning
Softball Travel Team, an
established fastpitch organi-
zation with teams in the
12U, 14U, 16U and 18U, is
looking for a few players to
fill their Fall 2008 and
Spring 2009 Roster.
Girls' birthdays must fall
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For more information;
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Northwest Florida State
baseball coach L.C. Smith
will conduct a
pitcher/catcher showcase
Oct. 11 at 9 a.m. The cost is
$75 per player.
,For more information,
call 729-6048.

Sports Briefs
Send all sports items to
editorial @jcfloridan. corn,
or fax them to 482-4478.
The mailing address for the
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Floridan P.O. Box 520
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2008 Bulldogs football team. ,The booster club feeds the players before every game and provides
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two games to Marianna 43-22 and 34-0 "It's a big game," the coach said. "They "We lost two starters last year in that
and the Bulldogs defeated Blountstown beat the fool out of Blountstown, so if we game, so we don't want that to happen
34-7 Friday night, so Wertenberger is can hold our own against them and get again. I hope we can make a good show-
aware of the challenge next week's game out of there without injuries, we'll feel ing."
will present. like it's a successful night. Kickoff is set for 7 p.m.

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Offensively, the Bulldogs
picked up 350 rushing yards
on 50 carries.
Battles led the team with
178 yards on 24 carries, fol-
lowed by Tre Long with nine
carries for 93 yards.
Boykin was on the board
with 69 yards on nine carries.
Montgomery had two carries
for 11 yards.
The Bulldogs attempted
only one pass on the night.
Following the game,
Marianna coach Rob
Armstrong said he was very
happy with how his team
opened the season..
"Our defense played great,
Played hard all night," the

coach said. "On the one drive
they had, we came back and.
answered and that's always
good. I'm proud of the way we
came back after their score."
About Holloway's perform-
ance, Armstrong said: "He" did
good, he played hard all night
for us, just a great job."
The Bulldogs will have to
ready themselves for an -inter-
county rival next Friday night
when they play host to the
Graceville Tigers.
Kickoff is scheduled for 7
In junior varsity action
Thursday night, the Bulldogs
were not so fortunate, falling

7-0 to the Chipley Tigers.
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came on the opening play
when Chipley returned the
kickoff for 65 yards.

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Tuesday Morning Coffee League
Team Standings
1) Misfits 10-2
2) James & Sikes 7-5
3) Family Dentistry 7-5
4) BatFriends 7-5
5) 1001 Uses 6-6
6) Champion Tile 6-6
7) Pacers 6-6
8) Davis Optometry 4-8
9) Gazebo 4-8
10) Hopkins 3-9

High Team Game: James & Sikes 953
High Team Series: James & Sikes 2704
High Game Female: Pat Ouzts 199
High Game Male: Jeff Kindelspire 207
High Series-Female: LuAnn Kindelspire 526
High Series Male: Jeff Kindelspire 566

Tuesday Night Mixed League
Team Standings

1) Team 1
2) Team 8
4) Sonny's BBQ
5) Backwoods Bowlers
6) Foursome
7) Precision-
8) Our Gang


High Team Game: SCBC
High Team Series: SCBC
High Game Female: Susan Harrison
High Game Male; Christian Clayton
High Series Female: Shirley Watts
High Series Male: Christian Clayton


Team Standings
1) Mr.Bingo 7-1
2) Team 10 7-1
3) Team 11 7-1
4) Meghan & Her Guys 6-2
5) Hollis Body Shop 5-3
6) Team 3 5-3
7) Nail Port Express 2-6
8) Team 6 2-6
9) DBBLL Trouble 2-6
10) Team 8 2-6
11) Teaa 12 2-6
12) Team 9 1-7

High Team Game: Team 10 1244
High Team Series: Team 10 3580
High Game Female: LuAnn Kindelspire 203

High Game Male: Jeff Kindelspire 257
High Series Female: LuAtmn Kindelspire 534
High Series Male: Jeff Kindelspire 663

Chipola League
Team Standings

1) Marianna Office Supply
2)Al's Team
3) Bryants BP Gas
4) Team 6
5) Team 3
6) Team 1


High Team Game: Al's Team 1206
High Team Series: Al's Team 3438
High Series Female: LuAnn Kindelspire 564
High Series Male: Jay Roberts 720
High Game Female: Thelma Beloat 228
High Game Male: Jason Townsell 278

Fifty-five and climbing. Bad idea!

"It's almost a mile back to
the truck," my 23-year-old
fishing partner said. "All wad-
ing upstream, too. If we go
this way instead, we can,
access the road and walking'll
be a lot easi-

T h e
young man,
with nod of
head and I
cast of eye,
indicated a
craggy rock
wall about
50 feet high,.
just a few Bob Kornegay
de g r e e-s
from vertical. A quick glance
revealed way too few hand-
holds and footholds for my
"You wanna climb that?" I
"I'm gonna climb that," he
replied. "You not up to it, old
"Old man, am I?" I retorted.
"Lead on, mountain goat." ,
With .that, young Mr.'
Testosterone and I break down
our trout rods, clip them to our
vests, and begin the arduous
I am but a' mere ten feet
above the stream bed when I
reach a sudden conclusion:
Obviously, I got really, really
stupid upon reaching 55 years
of age. I
How fortunate, I thought, to
have at least retained my good
looks and considerable charm.
Five feet further upward we
reach the point of no return.
Too steep now to climb back
Now it is keep going pr fall.
I am breathing like a wounded
water buffalo.
"What was that?" asks my
fresh-as-a-daisy" companion.
"Sounded like a .22 rifle."
"My knee," I groan.
"No, that second one."

"My shoulder," I reply.
"Don't grab that rock,"' he
cautions; "It's loose."
"Oh, this one?" I query,
indicating the one that has
come off in my hand, causing
me to swing outward like a
chandelier, legs kicking wild-
ly, like a tickled baby.
My scream is stifled by the
roaring water below, not to
mention my acute inability to
There! A hole in the wall.
Whew! Got it.
"Careful where you put
your hands," comes the voice
from above.
"These holes are good
places for copperheads."
I weigh my options:
snakebite or fractured skull
and broken back? I hold on,
expecting fang penetration at
any moment.
With. a herculean effort I
resume climbing. Halfway
there. Can't give up now.
Wait a second.: My waders
are buzzing. Cell phone? Now,
who could be calling me?
"Did you see that yellow
jackets' nest in that little
crevice?" Tarzan asked.
Funny, but that particular
crevice and those particular
insects don't bother me at all.
It is the lone hornet perilously
negotiating a "crevice" inside
my britches that commands
my attention.
I stop and freeze, praying
the hymenopteran villain finds
its way out without. undue
Good! There he goes, flying
away. Oh, thank you. Thank
. Proceeding. A handhold
here. A foothold there. Sand
and pebbles loosened by my
buddy's feet pepper my head
and shoulders as he climbs
above me .with spider-like
Forty feet up.

Just a handful more to go.
Just 7 or 8 more good pulls
and pushes.
I've aged a year with every
foot gained, making me now a
less-than-chipper 95.
A goodly gust of wind. My
Stetson fedora takes leave of
my sweating cranium and sails
away down the gorge. My
lucky hat! Wait. That's a
crock. Good riddance!
Forty-five feet. I can almost
reach the shoulder of the road.
Feet, fingers, please don't fail
me now.
Above me, voices.. That's
either God and Saint Peter dis-
cussing whether or not to keep
me or my young friend has
found somebody with whom
to converse.
It's the latter.
He's talking to an old man
who's watched our "moun-
taineering" feat from the road
above. I recognize the nasal
twang of the mountains and
whistling, slightly slurred.
vocal inflection, of the tooth-
My cramping fingers reach
the road edge. The old timer
and my companion bend
down, each grabbing an arm,
and haul me up and over. I sit
down, exhausted.
The old man spits a stream
of Day's Work juice into the
roadside flora, shakes his bald
head, and says, "Ya'll are
Sfools." Then he points a bony
finger at me and adds, "Most
'specially you." Young Mr.
Testosterone just grins broad-.
-"Wanna go back down and.
look for your hat?" asks the
Lucky him.
I dropped my knife, too.
And it's still almost a mile
back to the truck.
Wise old man, that one.

Floridan's weekly fishing

report for local lakes, rivers

Bass are fair.
For about an hour after
daylight, it is possible to
catch some pretty good
fish by throwing topwater
'baits 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
working well.
Hybrids are good early
and late on the flats. Use
topwater plugs or
crankbaits when they sur-
Crappies are slow. Look
for .them on channel
ledges at 10 to 15 feet and,
fish minnows.
Bream are very good on
shallow-water sandbars.
Catfish are slow, but
some channel cats have
been taken on stinkbaits
along the river channels.
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
topwater bite.
The best bass fishing
remains on the river chan-
nel 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 divi-
Hybrids are good and
schooling early and late
over the ledges.
There is a lot of surface
activity from multiple fish
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 good fish
in moderate numbers.
Bream are good. Even a
few .hefty shell crackers
have been taken. Use red
L' A K E-
Catfish have been good on
the river of late.
Though it is too hot for
many anglers to brave the
daytime temperatures,
several good catfish catch-

es are reported by night
fishermen, primarily
anglers fishing the banks
near the tailwaters of both
Good numbers of pan-
size fish are reported.
Larger, individual' cats
may be caught while
anchored downstream
from the tailwaters.
Use shad, cut bait,
worms, or frozen shrimp.
Bass are slow. The best
largemouth bite comes on
topwater baits very early
in the morning.
Work the banks and
slow-water areas with
something -very noisy,
such as a Torpedo or
Devils Horse.
Bream are fair on crick-
ets and worms.
Drop-fish deep water
along steep banks for the
best results. Bluegillp will
make up most of the catch.
(Generation schedules,
pool levels, and other such
information for' area.
waterways may be
obtained by calling toll-
free .1-888-771-4601.
Follow the recorded
instructions and access the
touch-tone for the
Apalachicola River

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are just the breaks of the
Jackson was the star of the
night for the Hornets, catching
touchdown passes of 21 'and
26 yards to' go along with, his
69-yard scoring run.
His first" touchdown grab
came late in the first half on a
deep out pattern on the right
sideline on a 3rd-and-10 play,'
Dominique Webb's 2-point
conversion tying the game 8-8
.with 4:07 left in the half.
But Sneads answered right
back on the next possession,
getting a 42-yard touchdown
run by Jeff Davis, who led the
Pirates with 143 rushing
yards, with 1:26 on the clock.
The Pirates carried a 14-8
lead into the half, but
Cottondale regained the lead
on its opening possession of
the second half.
The Hornets marched 62
yards on five plays, a 20-yard
pass by Freeman to Herring
setting up a 1-yard touchdown
run by Williams.
Freeman completed to
Herring for the 2-point con-
version, making it 16-14 with
10:32 on the third' quarter
That's when the game start-
ed getting bizarre, as the
Pirates tied and then took the
lead on a pair of safeties to go
up 18-16 early in the fourth.
Cottondale surrendered its
first safety of the game when
Herring was tackled in the
endzone on the first CHS pos-
session of the game.
The second safety came on
a punt attempt from the
Hornets' 11-yard line whefi
the snap sailed over Herring's
head through the endzone.
Cottondale took over for its
first possession of the fourth
quarter at its own 3 and was
forced into another safety
when Freeman was sacked by
Billy Knight with 11:12 left in
the game.
.V4elvin credited tl* Pirates'

defensive front and punter
Taylor Edge for keeping the
Hornets in the shadow of their
own endzone for much of the
STheir defense gave us' fits
up front," the coach said.
"They kept us pinned back all
night. Edge's punting was a
huge factor in the game.",
However, if it was a battle
of power versus speed, it was-
speed that won out by just a.
hair in the end.
"I was worried about them
because of the kind of athletes.
they have," Dowling said of
the Hornets. "They have kids
who can make plays, guys
who can run. We were cramp-
ing up a lot out there and
(Cottondale's) speed turned on
Perhaps an even bigger
problem for the Pirates was
ball security. '
Sneads had two crucial fum-
bles in the fourth quarter, the
first coming from Lawson,
who gave a gutsy, 124-yard
rushing performance despite
suffering a high ankle sprain
early in the game, on a 3rd-
and-goal play from the
Cottondale 5-yard line with
9:28 left in the game.
The last fumble came with
the Pirates trying to ,run the
clock out deep in Hornets ter-
ritory when Edge and Davis
had a miscommunication on
the hand-off exchange and
Cottondale recovered at its
own 29 -with 3:03 remaining,
setting up the go-ahead touch-
down drive.'
It wasn't how Melvin drew
it up, but the coach said that he
was just happy to finally get
the best of the Hornets'
Jackson County rival for the
first time in four years.
"I've seen some crazy
things the last few years, but I
think this is the first time
we've been on the winning
side in one of these weird
games,"--the _coach-said. "It's

not a district game for either
of us, but it's always a good
game and I'm glad we finally
got them. But the people.who
come to see Sneads and
Cottondale always get their
money's worth."
Freeman gave the Hornets a
much better performance
Friday night than in his debut
as the Cottondale signal-caller
Aug. 28 against Freeport in a
preseason classic, a game in
which Freeman threw two
Against Sneads, the senior
left-hander was much better,
completing 14-of-30 passes
for 181 yards and two touch-
downs without an intercep-
The Hornets next play host
to Liberty County Sept. 12 at 7
p.m., while Sneads will look
for its first win next week
against district foe Franklin
County in Sneads with kickoff
set for 7 p.m.








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Seab Summers Jeffrey Resister

Seab Summers
has been a vital
part of the
Nissan team for
over four years.
with nine years
of automotive
sales experi-
ence and thirt'-
eight years of
direct sales
Seab has the
experience to
be able to give
excellent cus-
tomer service
and the knowledge to answer any of your questions. He
has strong family ties to Jackson, Leon and Liberty coun-
ties, Seab is familiar with the automotive needs of the
area. Seab has three children and six grandchildren. In
his spare time, Seab enjoys: hunting, fishing and watching
baseball. WWe are proud to have Seab Summers in the
Rahal-Miller Nissan Family.

Register has
been a part of
the Rahal-
Cadillac and
Nissan family
as a automo-
j. ,. live salesman
., for seven
years., He
was born and
raised in
Jeffrey is mar-
ried to Shalon Register Shalon is a local insurance agent
with TW Insurance Company. They have two children,
Amber who is fifteen years old and Brooke who is twelve
years old. Jeffrey enjoys spending time with his family,
hunting, fishing, camping and raising Great Dane dogs. We
a re proud to have Jeffrey as a part of the Rahal-Miller
Chevrolet Buick Cadillac and Nissan team.




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S Ius nes .' collecubles,
Op ortunmies Garage sales
vestrents . aucrons


Dirn.r.g nIrle. 5u1.d cner
r, wood t'ase. I re'.:
tangle gls. r i p. very
nice. $130 850-55? I394J
Dresser $200
650 592-2053
- Entertainment Center,
Mahogany, very good
cond.$75, 850-693-
0521/526-5559 .

SAliOUNCEMENTS H ANTIQUES Living room suite- 3
U COLLECTIBLES ece$200 or best of
.Gglasses w4 ank0 's Tables: 2 matching1 all
"A Rose is a Rose", $75, wood end les wtlh i
50-526-3365. drawers, $58.00. 850- "
You should fully 526-3365.
investigate the back h Tl soidchrr
ground of any company APPLIANCES endtables with draw-
BEFORE paying a tee. e
Proceed with caution if $175.00
you are asked to send A/C, 6000 BTU $90 482- 850-526-3365.
money or in calling 3383 '-
"900" numbers. E
All numbers prefixed by Cooktop.with grill GE MISCELLANEOUS'
"900" are charged to brand like new, $209
callers on a per-minute 850-482-2356 or 850-new John
or per-call basis. Some 272-5149 Almos ne John
of thesecallsare-t Deere Riding lawn trac-
numthese ouls are to Drier, 120 watt Ken- tor. Only 7hrs on motor,
United States & expen-, more .$40 482-3383 22HPr48" cut, MOVING,
sive international rates Frezer, Frigidare, up- 850-557-26T SELL, pay off.
are charged to your right, Works great. $75
phone bill. 850-482-3145 Dog House Custom
makes every effort to GE Washer and Dryer $20. 850-482-4320
list the charges for the 2006 Models Like New -
reader. Remember, if Super Capacity Perfect Footlocker, military
you have any doubts, Conditionl You Pick style, Vietnam era. $20
investigate! If it sounds up,$425 for the pair, 850-482-5555
too good to be true, it NEG. 850-579-4028, ask
probably is! Your Better for Zack. Huskless Oats
Business Bureau is an $4. bushel / bulk
excellent source of Stove: Frigidaire white, 850-258-1605
information. $100. bo.850-482822f4. Lawn Mower, self pro-
1-80-824-5274 BA T M / peNed 22"cut 6' HP,
-- 4 muehBABY ITEMS/ mulcher bag, excel,
Trapped by Alcohol? m FURNITURE cond. $50 850-482-3145
For Medical treatment Painting: Extra large
of Alcohol usage and Breathable Baby Crib Painte ue d pk)
abuse call 850-638-4555 Bumper, Blue Gingham falostel oi(blue and pink) $25
for a once a month (to prevent SIDS) $20 obo.850-482-8290
treatment obo. 850-482-8290 oo. 850 482 8
Ba dTires set of 4r 22517"
B BUSINESS Hi Chair Pa ed ,in ee- Miche in 60R17 $150
Scetientcoraidiion 335 850-592-2053
OPPORTUNITIES, oo o850 482-8290
AVON Vibrating Bouncy Seat
Call today & start earn- in great condition. $20 MUSICAL
in $500.-$1000. per mo. obo 850-482-6290 11
334-806-5766/898-9660 b Cleveland King Cornet
w/books & music stand
f HUNTING/ BIKES/TOYS $125.850-592-8769.

IAvALO Bike. 44 OBO. W 0 ,
Vacuum Ceaner $20 e e
hB i0.2(09.0.'98 REST-uk
Hunting :lob members Mountain Bike. $50. i ull-time
wanted CrambErs 850 462 5555- Help wanted
Cnty AL-1000+AC, se- pr. pri-ntme
cure RV site 7067732926 N C DRI U RS
LANDSCAPING Coit. lape bIlak leath bl.
dr.-dr ssy. Silze 10. real
Ground covers, peren- nice $i5 i50-482-314,5
niels, & shrubs. Most 1
gallon $3.50,3 gallon N COMPDTJoERS/ DRIVERS
$7.50 850-482-3308 v CO PUTERS/ DRIVERS
Classified Compuier Dec.k & Chair Driver trainees
Advertising $75 ior both 850-482- needed. aO CDL? No
SAdvertising 3145 Problem! Earn up to
Your source Computer desk, wood, weekends withMC.
to selling and like new, $20 850-693- Company endorsed
buying! 0521/526-5559 CDL Training.
48" cut 23 hp Kohler
Hdrostat 148 hrs $1100 HOUSEHOLD GENERAL
(850) 263-3255 HELP WANTED
(850) 263-3255 Bench, Solid oak high- HELP WANTED
back, very sturdy.Great
LOST/ FOUND condition, $60, 850-526-
3365. FL Dept. of
C 3365. Agriculture
Chevy duly pickup:cor- 2 units, good cond. Inspection posi-
ner of Thomasville Ln & $100 obo. 850-482-3393 ons. Apply
MashburnRd. 850-482- Butcher block kitchen / Graceville, FL
2282 serving cart, 3 shelves, (850)263-2355
Found: Huskie cross, $75,850-526-3365. EEO/AA
white/silver, med.sz, @
intersect, of Hwy 273 & chest of Drawers PTCaregiverforQuad-
Lovewood Rd. 850-592- $200 850-592-2053 riplegic male Wkday
8379or850-592- 2929 Chromecraft Butcher am Dependrbdi.rV
LOST: 6mos old White block dinette set w/4 noodtrarp a MUST
Bulldog mix, named chairs, $100 850-482- 8a0.482.355?.
Partner, in Rocky Creek 3641 or 850-272-3234
area. 850-482-4285 Dining tible. 42" round.
LOST: Camera. Kodak 6 chat;r. rno leil. all
Easy Share, D.giiai. wood. il11.850-526- -
850-482-2282 3365
LOST: White Lab. no Dining table. all -ood
collar, off Hwy 90 be- whigh.-back bench. I
hind Moose Lodge. RE cr a kind. $70.850 526-
WARD, 850-239 1423 3365

(32.638 72 month pilu benefit-s)
The 14tl Judl.i31 Circuit sEecis a full-lime Digi-
tal Courtn Reporter I-o cover court procedures
using recording sstem-: ana prc.auce tran-
scripts Irom ine recordings The reporter re.
cords arnd monitors proceedings and main-
tains oa ,hert, of recoraingi Sm.m travel
to other cour.ries within the circuit anr.da o.'r
time ma/ be require'. Tri.i poiItion works
under the ,upervi;on ofi the Manager. Court
Reporting Service. Applicants must De 3aie
to oroanile and prr..rtize aorP. to mei
deadline-s. ana errerci'e di.cret.on in dealing
with confidential ana rensitive informali:.n.
Minimum reouirerneriL inc.lu.le graduation
from a lanrdard hoigr scnool anr rtwo. years
of secretarial ana'-r clerical evprennce
Success'full completed c.lud.t i beyond r.gri
school may substitute ic.r ire required ewpe-
rience at 30 .ermest ,r hours per ,ear. Krnirl-
edge .) English grammar. punctuation, ana
spelling i ,sipoier verd-. me andil-ty to us,
and understand applii:ale ,oun rec-,rdig
systems Abiliy to type 55 correct WPM. u.e
worc pr.-'clssing. -preadshei arid -mail
applihcat-on.. transcription experience
SutmI a Slate iof Florida Application.
Resume and ver;rcaliorn o required
educai.rn to.
Court Administration
Post Office Box 1089
Panama City, Florida 32402
Application must be postmarked by
September 16,2008
(Applications can be downloaded from
www.judl4.flcourts.org under "Employment
Opportunities" or obtained from the local
Workforce Center Tihe Florida slate Co.urtu
System ri anr EEO Employer

Ag Asst -. 40 hrs/wk F/T Jack Russell Pups, CKC
position w/ benefits. HS registered. Tri-colored;
diploma, valid FL driver shots/wormed/clean
license & 2 yrs exp req. environment. Parents
Assist all farm projects. on site/good natured.
with beef cattle and ag- Perfect family pet. .
ronomics. Ability to op- $225. 334-886-2524
erate farm tractors &
implements spraying, LOST male Basset
irrigation & harvesting Hound wearing & Har-
equip, hay production, ley Davidson collar lost
and cattle handling: on Kelson Ave. If found
Ability to supervise la- call: 850-482-5394
bor in conducting Ag -
Reseach experiments. UKC Reg. Rat Terrier'
Ability to obtain a pub-, Pupsh sots, wormed
lic pesticide applica- Ctailsooc-ked. $730 650-
tors license. Computer 84 2094847

requisition no. 0800523.
$17.89-$28.27/hr, now po
hiring. For applica- E lann
tion free Govern- Equip ent
ment job info, Ame- anrnpls
rican Assoc. of La- n-[ei'
bor: 1-913-599-8226, '-. 1- rLT..ZR.
24hrs. amp. serve.

i.erchandiser in
dour area to mer- FARM
chandise magazines -
and books in local EQUIPMENT
retail accounts. Must 11
be able to lift -45-65 12t hay nrr-.oer.
Ibs.' repetitively. Reduced t$10,900,
Clean driving record Tractor w/cab90 HP
and drug free is a Reduced to $19,900
must. Approx. 7- 850-866-2774
l0hrs weekly. Call
334-792-5279 lor
more information Agricultural 0
I- Must have a high
Ql equivalent, valid FL di
3 MEDICAL management and mi
MEDICAL desired. Position re
Competency in ger
.o--- nance and repair
A electrical, painting a
skills. Experience
preventive mainter
equipment, including
Recruiting now for other groundskei
the following posi- machinery is desire(
-tions in our Marian- with cattle horses a
na, FL service area: animals is preferred
SRN Director of supervise State Inmi
Operations f of employment. Mus
Physical Therapist to hand
/LPTA Salary: $1
Therapi,'COTA SubmitJac
Speech Language employment
PathologIst 264Human Res
2864 Madison St, I
*Si'gon on bonus PH (850)
avafiable for select w.acksor
positions! Deadline to a
To apply or view a
listing of full-time,
positionavailable, PR Habilitative Servic
S please visit is seekingdapplicants
www.amedisys.com sil
Questions ontactt
(866, 64E 0407. Full time profession
EOE M F FD 'v assessment and int
ices to families in c
CATS the four-coun
S CATS Calhoun, Washingtc
I ties). Qualificatior
FREE ADULT CATS of bachelor's degr
Several to choose from. field; preference
850-482-4057 with at least t
FREE: Small female -expi
Stabby kitten 850-352- HOUSE
4 .- -.- Seeking entmusi
Free to good home, kit- dependableindivi
tens, Litter trained 850- children in reside
594-9905 have high school dil
I- record; 2 yrs. exp. v
D [nfl r or adolescents
DoGs position working
1. 5pm Friday requirer
FREE Female Black Lab, that period- pri
8 mo. old; Male Bulldog prov
Mix, red, both very
sweet, 850-272-6313 Position descripl
FREE: M Black Lab 1v/, available at Habili
M Collie/Shep mix Putnam St. Maria
6mos, F Collie mix Habilatative Servi(
(mother) 3yrs 850- Big Bend Commun
594-7981 Department of C
Lao n-imi pup.-es 850-


. lii. ..li..om.... an

' 1 set of KMC twin row,
planters, 4 row. moUnt-
ed on a pauilk frame 1
KMC 4 row ripper w/
lift assist wheel and
fertilizer attach. 1,000
gal. nurse tank mount-
ed on tamdem trailer.
Call the
2 Lilisilon Peanut
C.-mb.nes 1580 i. 1500.
aliO 4 "-Long daryin
wag-ons 33J4.74-1247.
4425 J.D. Combne Bolh
Heaas. 9004 P-Nut
Comb ne E6Peerlis,. P
Nut Wagons 334-266-
5907 or 334-356-2863
Candy 4 row rinseticiloe
apoicaior W double
boxes, tor twc-chtmi
cnls mounl-d or n oo
bar. Good crindlton
$500. 229-758-3146
Hay Cutter/Morra S
Disc Cuts 6.69 feet,
new blades. MF2250.
V800. 850-482 5747


Call 850-352-2199
or 850-352-4423

enter Assistant
school diploma or
rivers lcense.iProperty
maintenance background
quires experience and
neraf building mainte-
including plumbing,
and general carpentry
o in the operation and
nance of mechanical
tractors, mowers and
eping equipment and
d. Experience working
rid other livestock and
I. Must be certified to
rates within six months
st be bondable in order
nle funds. "
kson County
application to:
sources Dept.
Vlarianna, FL 32448.
pply: 09/22/08.

ies of North Florida
sfor the following po-
ai position to provide
ensive in-home serv-
crises. Position covers
ty area (Jackson,
ion, and Holmes Coun-
is include a minimum
tee in human services
given to candidates
two years related
aSt c, caring, and
iduals to work with
ential setting. Must
ploma & good driving
working with children
preferred. One FT
5pm Wednesday to
es sleep over during
vate sleep quarters
tative Services 4440
nna, Sponsored by
:es or North Florida,
lity Based Care, and
Children & Families.

ii,,.r v ci Service Technician
Currently Seeking Candidate: with Strong
Trouble Shoo-rng Skills.
Ability Io Dagn..'.e Equipment Malluncionrs,
ana Evcellernt Customer Service Skills
Full time. E cellent Benefits Package and
Compelit.ve Startsng Pay
Apply direct 322 S. Alice Street, Dothan
AL 36301 Monday Friday 8:00 AM 5:00
PM Buffalo Rock is an, Equal Opportunity/
Affirmative Action Employer

Community Newspapers

Job Opportunity
Job Open Date: Immediately
Job Title: Graphic Artist
The DO>THAN EAGLE and its
affiliates are looking to hire a
Creative Services Graphic Artist. If
you are a team player, flexible and
'can work in a. fast-paced deadline.
oriented' atmosphere.. then this is
the place for you! Main responsi-
bilities are building accurate and
creative adsertisemnenti for the
.DOTHAN E CLE. En i pi tist Ledger
Eufaula Tribune, Jackson County
" Floridan, Dothan Progress, and
various special sections.
We Offer Youi
Equal opportunity employment
A creaitei/challenging environment
*A conipetliie salary -
*4i) K
Medical, Denital, Vision, Vacation, etc.
We Require:
E-ceUlent Comrmrurucation skills
A seU'-modated indvidual .
Saone decision-niakJric klll-.
50 WPM accurate typing skills
Proficiency\ in Ouai-kXPre; and
Adobe InDegien I\ou MUST kno%\
these programs i
Working knows ledge -if Adobc Phot:,riorp
and Adobe Illustrator (you MUST know
these programs)
Abthit to -touble-shooi computer .
apphcanons including design.
\isual elenients arnid typograph i,

Newspaper experience, or its
equivalent, is preferred,
but not necessary.
This is not an entry-level

40 hours per week
(flexible schedule available)
Send Resume To: Kelly Bexley
Creative Services Manager
By email: kbexley@alsmg.com
By fax: (334) 794-1708
B3 mail: PO B,\ 1125
Dothan. Aabania 36302

:e|' S UJa i ...


Alpha/Prevention Program
Full-time opportunities to provide
substance abuse prevention
services to children and
adolescents Jacksbn and Bay .
Counties. Must be able to work
with and communicate effectively
with children and adolescents, be
well organized and a team player.
BA in a Social Science or -
Education. Experience working
with children preferred. Some
travel. Salary range $26,893-
$29,265 D.O.E. + Full Benefits
Package. Send resume to: CARE,
4000 E. 3rd Street, Panama City, FL
Attn: Delbert Horton
EEO/DFWP/Drug and
Background screening



Deliveries between
1:00 am & 6:00 am.
Must have dependable
transportation, valid car
insurance & drivers license.
Come by and fill out an
application at the
Jackson County Floridan
4403 Constitution Lane
Marianna, Florida


Advertising Representative
The Jackson County Floridan is
accepting applications for a full
time Sales Representative.
This position is responsible for
handling the advertising needs
of existing and new businesses.
Qualified applicants for this
position will possess the
Previous sales experience
A customer focused sales
Excellent communication
and organizational skills
A friendly outgoing personality
Strong initiative and reliability
Ability to be a team player.
We offer:
Advancement opportunities
Health, Life, & Dental Insurance
Send resume to or apply
in person at:

Jackson County Floridan
Advertising Director
P.O. Box 520
4403 Constitution Lane
Marianna, Flor& l4 7







RE r r/FAum iSHEDo GRANT 850-526-
EdgewoodApts.Furn. 8367 OR 850-526-
BR duplex apts; Free 2346-
laundry, water, sewage
& garb. 592-4793. PRICED TO SELL
o UNDER 200K
------- 850-526-8367
1BR/1BA APT., water,
garbage & sewer incl.
400/mo. No pets! 850-
526-8392 Or 592-6115
RENT $525-$650/MO

2BR/1BA apartment in
town; $450/month + i- I"
Dep. No Pets! (850) 573- .. ..
2BR 1/BA Townhouse r
in town,$575 No pets. FSBO New 4303 sq ft
850-482-5134 4BR, 3.5. bath. $429,000.
Full info @ www.inf-
Affordable HUD homes! otube.net #195636
5 BR from $278/mo!
Must see (4% dwn, 30-
yrs@8%apr)For Listing ,/
Call 800-570-8898 x 1774 ,ar.
Lg 2/1 Duplex, frnt prch / 9At'hr RCLE.,
W/D hkup, carport, 2 m ,m, I-
to Courthouse, Private Motor 'l1o
$650/mo 850-352-2103 -r'al ir-i -r
6,500 sq ft Warehouse
for rent $ 850/mo .
Pierce Street, Marian-
na, FL. (850) 526-3330 BOA rS/MOTORns
Commercial store front- TRAILERS
age property & New ______T._-
office space for rent.
Marianna. 3053454004. '
Office Space Avail- LL
able 1000 S F, Yamaha G 800R '04,
$865/mo. Avail Qct. Red/White. 2-cyl. 160
1st. (850) 784-9787 hrs. Fair cond. $3,800
Prime Commercial OBO. 334-695-2939.
store front property for Triton 2005 1753 Crap-
rent. Downtown pie, mercury 60HP, 4
Marianna (Hwy 90). stroke front & rear live
305-345-4004. wells, and bait well, lots
-[ of storage, fully
FARMS/ equipped. $12,500 OBO
ACREAGE 850-547-3484 after 6PM
Triton '08, 18 ft. Explor-
9.73 acres on Wesley Rd er w/115 HP Mercury
in Kynesville, planted in Optimax. 71 pound mo-
6 yr old pines. Serious tor guide, 480 GPS/fish
inquires only! $50K finder, stainless steel
850-209-7864 ask for prop. Ready to fish
Jimes, if no answer, $18,600. 334-774-5412 or
leave message. 334-790-1346. ,
FOR SALE BY OWNER Tiara '00 3500 Open,
27.73 Ac. in S. Jackson twin diesel engine
County. Wooded with master bedroom, full
County Road Frontage bath & kitchen, bay
Call 850-272-5193 point slip free. $155,000
$3,950 per acre 850-258-9917
HOUSES RENT oon Bat, w/trai-
UNFURNISHED ler, '06 trolling motor,
with extras $8,000 334-
2BR/1BA, good location, 775-7548
quiet neighborhood,
clean, sgor couples. I
No pets (850)482-4172 ---.- | '
3/1, 3037 Noland St. ,' !
CH/A new. remodeled A -
$600/mo $600 Dep. A' zu r.
3BR 1 '/BA in .-
Cottondale. SPORTSCRAFT'70, 30-
850- 272-2471. ft. 440 Chvr. engine.

good condition $5,000
3BR 1BA, near College, OBO 334-687-4634
$550/mo, 1st, last, $300 SILVERQUEEN'70
dep. No Pts/Smoking, Houseboat in good
850-482-5166 after 4pm shape $6,500 FIRM
3BR /2BA Foreclosed 334-695-3548.
home! Only $33,900! .
Must Sell! For listings -
800-570-8898 ext. 5366" '.'

Very nice 2 BR
house on Hwy 90
E, appl. & lease
req. Sewer/ wa-
ter/ lawn main. SEADOO '94 EXPLORER
ind. $600/mo. JET-BOAT ,13ft Excel
$250 dep. No pets lent Condition. 72hp,
Non-smoking depth finder, Custom
526-8367 Galv Trailer, Cover and
OBO. Call 334-794-6793
Lv. Msg.
Sofas Pontoon Boat, 2007,'
used 5 times. Fisher 18
Ottomans ft., 4 stroke 60 Mercury.
Bottom paint, GPS, pd.
$18,500, sell $13,000..
Loveseats 334-794-3063
Nittd'92 180FS 150hp,
Dinette sets garage kept, $6,900.
334-333-5178. -

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USih'L ,
,RU I Nu 'll ,jn.,
P oe IL hR Ti,
vi'Rn 11r

'95 Hunter 23.5 sailer
w/ trailer, '03 5hp Hon-
da, 2muCh2 list, $10k
OBO, Call 334-806-2822.

86' BAYLINER 29ft. V61o
vo 260 eng., fully loaded
w/ttailer, low hours
$13,900 OBO 687-8169,
40hp Mercury Outboard
Mtr, $700; 150hp John-
son, $600; 35hp Enven-
rUde, $200 334-585-2059
34 ft. House Boat,
Sleeps 6, good cond.,
asking $12,000 OBO,
Call 334-792-1079 or

30f. Hunter Sail Boat,
turn key Live Aboard,
great weekend get
away. Many upgrades..
Pt. Saint Joe, FL, $18K
OBO, Call 850-227-4034
2004 90 hp Mercury
Out board $3750. firm
also 9.9 HP Evinrude
$650. 334-774-3165 or

Sell it in Marquis '77 w/1990 re- tr
the Classifieds! built 90 HP motor, 2001 ston
---- -- trolling motor & fish SX170,90 NP Johnson,
MOBILE finder. $3,000 obo. 334- Aluminum trailer, great
475-3272 0. shape, $7500, Call 334-
HOME/RENT 677-4912
,16 ft., 1974 Glastron w/
2/2, 5 miles from Marl 1998 70 HP Tohatsu,
anna, very clean, family runs great, $3000, Call
sf 20 porchesno pet- 334-714-4882
s.$500/mo 1st last, se- 347 -4
curity. Ref. req. 850- W 15 ft. Qouchta Bass
209-8947 Boat, 48 hp Johnson
motor, 2 depth finders,
2 & 3 BR MH, Cottonhar- Mak '97 Model 191-19', anchor mates, interior
dale. http://www. char- 150 HP Mercury live light, loaded, $3850,
loscountryliving.com. well, Bilge pump, $9,000 334-585-2059
S p 000 334-585-2059
850-258-4868/209-8847 OBO. Wi I trade. Call
2BR/1BA furn, clean 334-718-1550 14 ff Richline boat,/15
Couples only. No pets. Mako '77 center con- h Evinr$u00 mo-t &
LoblolyDr.(85)482- sole, 20ft, 200HP evin- 3273er, 5
4172 rude, excellent shape, -
2BR/1BA MH in Alford; $6000obo, 334-585-6689 CAMPERS/ I
$375 plus deposit Javin 16 foot boat 90 T TRAILERS!
850-579-4622 or 573- HP Johnson. $3500 334- TRAVE TRAERS
2498/573-1851 797-0309 Sprinter 1999 5th wheel
2BR/2BA MH ,Water, Javelin '94' Bass boat 27ft, with slide out
garb& sewer incl. CH/A 377A 150 fast strike, room, fully loaded with
$500/mo. No Pets! 850- trailer. $4750 334-596- new hitch. $9500 334-
526-8392/592-6115 1694 805-3058
2BR/2BA. On the water. Jason 1986 bass boat Sandpiper '06, 5th
$550/mo + dep. NO 110 Johnson motor, wheel, 3 slides, Retail
PETS! 850-482-5274. garage kept, good con- $29K. Wholesale $25K.
3/2 tt l wat edition $4500 OBO 334- selling for $21K. 850-
3/2rbCottondale water 794 5511/334-798-5936' 866-2468 or 850-896-
garb bug spray. $570. 3774
mo. (lease)+ $550 sec. 7
No Pets. 850-352-4869. Prowler '98 5th Wheel.
CLEAN 2BR/2BA, spa- A \ 31 ft. living & dining
cious yard;, water & s -"" lide'full. bath. Queen,
sewer $525 plus deposit 'bed end kitchen/oak
850-209-4516 -'' *- f cabinets, exc. cond.
850-209-4516$_ $10,500. 334-791-1783

MH lots avail & some Prowler 34 ft, 2 slides,
MH when avail. Blue bumper pool, sitting on
Springs MH Park, Hunter 2004 306, like lot in Eufaula with boat
Marianna. Water/s- new loaded, wet slip shed. Call for details.
ewage/garb./lawn available, in Port St. $15,000 FIRM. 334-798-
incl. 850-482-4060 Joe, FL great weekend 0095 or 334-685-7742
getaway, Detailed pics
& info upon request. Prowler '04 5th Wheel,
$70K 850-653-8147. Lv 25 ft. Must see! Nice
REAL ESTATE Msg unit. Many extras!
Ford' $15,500. Call 334-714-
Ford '89 Ranger 370-V 0210.
3BR HUD home! $213 w/94 Mercury 150hp.
mo! 4% down 30 yrs @ Trolling motor and Outback '06 31 RQS
8% APR Listings. Call depth finders, $5250. Loaded $16,900 OBO
800-570-8898 ext. F478 334-714-5813 334-618-4501.

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-

'95 Westport by Fleet-
wood, 34' 2 slides, rear
kitchen, hardwood
floors, good condition,
$14,000 687-2684, 334-
2007 19ft. Pilgrim Lite
Travel Trailer, like new,
asking $10,000, Call
(334) 677-3827
2006 custom park mod-
el Log Cabin,used 3
months perfect for lake
lot, hunting cabin or
another in law suite on
your lot, ready to move.
$33,900. OBO (251)654-
2005 Gulf Stream Cavi-
lar Pkmdl;31'L, sleeps
S6, excellent condition.
Full stand up shower.
2004 Dutchmen Classic
35ft. 2 slides. 1l2 bath.
Satellite. W/D hookup.
Exc. cond. Like new.
$17,500. 334-671-0312.

.2003 Keystone Cougar
5th wheel, Series'276
EFs. 28 ft. w / living
room slide. Great cond.,
$13000, 334-702-8267,
leave a message.
1995 Shasta Travel
Trailer, 22 ft., sleeps 4,
$5500, Call (334) 794-
08' Amerilite Travel
Trailer 21'/2 ft. Fully self
contained, Used once.
Pd $13,400. asking $10k

Winnebego '99 Brave
35-C, 35', living rm,
slide, 35k mi., Alcoa ,
wheels, new tires, gen.,
jacks, $33,500 obo, 522-
Seabreeze Class A 95',
good condition, new
carpet & bath fixtures
64,900 mile. $25,500.

Nash 2004 5th wheel M-
24-53,1 slide, impres-
sive condition and
ado available for total
travel package, let's

Glassstream '84 Hy- Montana 2005 5th
draBass 15 V, w/ 80 hp Wheel, 4 slides, king R-VISION '06 Trail-Lite
marianer motor 91 bed, excellent condi- 26ft fully loaded low
model. Green,45 pt tro llng tion. $34,500 OBO 850- mileage like new! In-
motor Green, runs well, 547-2808 dclude's navigation sys-
very clean, Great cond. m ri at 6 25t,5
$3800. 80. 850-573- Montana 02' 5th wheel OBO 334-616-6508 to
6222. camper, 32.5 ft. 2 slides, see!
isher2008 1754, 4H mounted space heater,
Fisher 20081754,40HP new 4000 Onan
4 stroke mercury, ta- generator w/inside re-
chometer. humming- mote, $25k OBO,850- l .
bird 565, live well, bilge 593-6946 -".- 1 -
pump, $11,200 334-798-
0010 Maco '06 5th wheel
w/slideout, used lyr by
Chaparral '84 198XL 185 non-smoker, can be
Evinrude with trailer seen at 2469 El Bethel RIVERSIDE '05 ADVEN-
$4000.334-693-9360 Church Rd. GR.ve$19KE r re.
Chuvn dtUrch dR travel trailer. 33
o ,850-593-6058 lft; Large slide-out.
s iKeystone Hornet '03,27 Sleeps 9. Great condi-
S M w"ft, no smoke/pets, very tion.$16K. Must see.
C - 2 ., r clean, has a super slide, Call Bob 334-445-6400.
below wholesale $8500 Monoco Knight '06,
850-674-1305 Save $25K or more.
Chaparral 210 SSI'q5, Jayco 2001 pop up Diesel, 4 slides, 4300 mi,
Yellow, 260 hp, bimini camper, sleeps 7, gas many upgrades
top, galvanized trailer, or electric fridge, heat- $159,700. 850-866-2774
custom cover, garage /cooling system. awn-
stored, only 20thours, ing. $4800 334-794-7103 Lexington 06 29ft,3
many extras. Like new. sli. slides, full body paint
$27,900, 334-475-3883. Jayco "08"- Eagle 5th 11K miles, like new.
wheel, 291RLTS, 3 $57,900 more info 334-
Caravel'97 21 ft., Mer- slides, with covers, 703-2500
- cruiser 240 hp, 1-0, electric awning $35K,
I great cond., garage selling for health rea- Holiday Rambler'02,
Kept, matching tandem sons 334-791-4192 diesel pusher, 2 slides,
trailer w/pressure outside ent. center,
brakes, LED lighting, Jayco '03 camper, 34 ft. loads of extras, no
low hours, NEW BABY 2 slide outs. Exc. cond. smoke, no pets, 38K
ONLY REASON BOAT IS Like new on rented lot mi., Must Sell! $68,500
FOR SALE, $11,900 OBO, with water front view OBO, (850) 638-7920 or
Call 334-618-3957 Lake Eufaula $19,000 850-596-8475
----- *- ~ ----- ~ 080 334-793-0021. __--------
BassTracker '08 pan- I O34- Fourwinds '08 Chateau
fish, stick steer, 50 HP Forest River Surveyor Sport Class C, 28 ft.
mercury, like new. '06 30ft. Travel Trailer, Workhorse Chassis 6.0L
$10, 800 334-794-4429 self-contained, sleeps Vortec. 5578K mi. no sl.
8, excellent cond., outs. non-smoker and
$17,995, 334-792-5151 or. pet free, $55,000 obo
334-648-1828 "Serious inquiries only
e Reduced 334-522-3652.
a. H3 no--' Eleetwood 2002 Discov-
HP diesel,'very/nice

-e p '. 06,9.,4 slides, 330 AC 0
S 0 $85,000 334-618-8457
Aquasport 2000, 23',
w/200 Johnson Ocean Damon Intruder 00'
Runner, Great condi- Damon5Intruderign-
tion. $13,000Aua lease -* 35 ft. Class A design-
ton. 13,600 ee'er. V-10, 27,917K2
9334791-2609 Fleetwood Scorpion '06, slides, 2 AC, 2 TV's,.
Aluminum 15ft, fishing popup mounted on a side by side frig w/
boat, 25HP motor, trail- trailer. Kitchen, beth, I ice maker. New tires,

er, trolling motor, fish ramps. $14K. Call Blake- Towing pkg. $39500.
locater. $3000 334-671- ly, 229-7235958. 334-696-4746.
2998 You Name It.;.0

Alumacraft'00 Flats, 18' Classified Haster Damon Da Break 01',
Clas A, 15.228K, 2 AC,
90 HP Johnson, trolling Fleetwood Prowler'04 Lg slide out, ex. cond.
motor, depth finder, 5th wheel, 25 ft, bunk- $42,500. OBO. Please
live well, bimini top, house, 1 owner, no call 334-585-2731
marine radio. $6,000. pets/smoker, like new,
229-723-5969 or 229- gas/elec H20 heater, Damon '96 Daybreak
308-2595 $15,200 850-557-1731 Motorhome. 31 ft.
Clean, sIps 6. Great
FLEETWOOD '05"Prowl-, cond. Comes w/ 2-whi
er AX6, fifth wheel, 36ft, car dolly. 334-792-0619
4 slides, face, large
shower, 30/50amp. A Concord Coachman '05
.."- .real must st: $39,900 Motor Home. 23' long
t =- =-. -, 334-687-2994 2700mi, Take over pay-
A .. -"-~ ments.850-593-5103


Harley Davidson
'08 Road King.
Crimson Red,
6-sd. 675 mles.p

Airstream '93 34' diesel excellent c d-
64K mi. Excellent cond. tion.warra ty
$25,000. 334-792-1079. 334-618-9828.
34' Allegro, 1990, 37,000
miles. New tires/ex- ;HD '02 Fat Boy. Motor-
haust/brakes. Excel cycle. Custom, 8500 mi.,
cond. $10,500 OBO. 334- exc. condition. Loaded,
565-3160/504-0223 $12,000 OBO. Call 334-
28 ft. Allegro, well
maintained, new tires, HD '05 Softail Standard.
fully loaded, new paint, Only has 900 mi. Has
indoor kept. $12,500. been kept in house.
Call 334-792-8018 or $11,000. Not even a
334-792-8827 scratch. 334-714-5239
HD'06 Heritage Softtail
.N Classic. White 5-spd.,
S''- : 1700 mi., excellent con-
Sdition. $16,500. Call 334-
S Honda '03 VTX 1800
Black, Motorcycle. Gar-
age kept with approx
2000 miles. Showroom
'04 Pace Arrow 37 C, condition. Backrest /
Work Horse Chassis. luggage rack w / bag,
19K, loaded, 3 slides, 99 quick detach wind-
tow car, $93,000, Call shield. $8700, 334-445-
(334) 618-0717 6933.
'03 Class A Monoco La Honda '06 CRF230.
Palma. 2 slides. I'/l $2200. 334-618-3234 or
bath. Loaded! Incl. car 334-671-5790
dolley & all furnishings HONDA'06 VTX 1300 C
(dishes, towels, etc.) HONDA 06 VTX 1300 C
$75K. 334-790-3480. Cruiser, 1,700 miles,
black & chrome, Vance
SMOTOCYCLES/ and Hines custom ex-
XOTIORCYCLES haust, $8,500 080 334-
I ATVs 695-9269, 334-695-9265
04 Big Dog Ridgeback, maintenance & 5
Hard-til, 11,000 mII, warranty included. Ask-
$19,500, 334-648-2425 ng Payoff! 850-573-
2005 CRF 150 F Honda, 2692
good condition, very' Honda '07 750 CC. 4 yr.
ow mileage, $2,000 maenance yr
maintenance & 5yr.
687-3275 or 850-625- warranty included. Ask-
3965 ing Payoff! 850-573-
Honda'81 Goldwing,
.37kmiles, runs good.
$2000. 334-671-2998

Carter Shadow '05 Go
Cart w / Roll Bar,blue,
like new. $600
OBO. 334-726-5713.

Harley '06 1200 Sports-
ter, white, dyna fender,
Screaming Eagle pipes.
Exc. cond. 6100 mi.,
$8,490 obb, 334-726-
Harley Davidson '00
Heritage softtail twin
cam, blue & silver, rd
radio, lots of extras,
$12,000. 334-671-4281.


'0J R.:.ad Kng 5680
mitra, El.o"elers,2.
Cor,. B:n.-r man
n. L,[ e1 *LIras
$14,100 obo.Call 334-

Harley Davidson'05
Custom 1200, lots of ex-
tras, low miles. $7,200.
334-714-1294. .
Harley Davidson '06
Sportster Custom. Red,
7,800 miles. Great con-
dition. $9,500 obo. 334-

Kawasaki '00 ZX12,
green, lots of extras,
extended swing arm,
loaded, like new. $6500
OBO 334-790-0028
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

Kawasaki '04 Ninja,
blue, low miles, Like
new. 2700, obo, 334-

Kawasaki '06 ZX-10R,
Black, Motorcycle. 3200
miles, runs well, low
miles, Great cond.,
.$7000, 334-687-8624.
Kawasaki 750 ATV, like
new, bumper, specialty
package, Allo Wheels,
Call (334) 333-2988


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

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

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.

Harley Davidson '06
Screaming Eagle VROD,
Red, 7K mi, warranty,
$18,000. Call 334-714-714-

Fat Bob Pearl Blue, 6-
spd. 2000 miles, excel-
lent condition, lots of
extras, 2YR warranty,
$14,500 OBO. Call'334-
Harley Davidson '08
Road King. Crimson
Red, 6-spd. 675 miles,
excellent condition.
warranty, $19,500. Call

Kawasaki '81
work, good parts bike.
13671 mi., $700 obo -
cash. 334-393-1735
Kawaski '07 Mean
Streak Special Edition.
Under 500 miles, extras
included, $9500, Call -
(334) 899-4247
Polaris 90cc '06 green
Great cond. $1,650 Call
Sportster '06 883 Low.
Motorcycle. Black, 490
mi., excellent condition.
Loaded, 6200 OBO. Call
334-255-3165 or 334-
SUNF 2008 50CC,
moped, street legal.
$800 334-793-5248

Suzuki '05 Boulevard
C50 Limited, Red, Mo-
torcycle. 1,305 miles,
Great cond., lots of ex-
tras, $6000 OBO, 619-
Suzuki '07 GSX-R600,
1141 mi., like new, ask-
ing $7400 OBO, 334-677-
3694 or 334-714-0389
Suzuki '08 GZ250 wind-
shield 5 yr. ext. warr.
$3,800. 334-791.0701.
Suzulri 1500 '01, Black,
8,000 mi. Like new.
Suzuki'97 VZ800 Ma-.
rauder, very low miles,
$3000. Sharp Bike. 334-
Triumph '73 chopper,
custom built in Miami
nice bike, lots of
chrome, runs good


-389- 'WW'^t~~ Mitsubishi '06'Eclipse
GT Red, 6-spd. 46550,
new tires, very clean,
mfg warr, Viper alarm,
tints, Exc cond. 15000,

Ford '08 F350 Lariat
Crew Cab SRW 4WD -1
Pick-up. Blue ov6erae.
eige Auto. 6.4L Tu, ht seats, finrbo
Diesel. 7800 miles. Per-hn 334
fect condition. Loaded,
warranty $44000 797-0420 or Jason 714obo
Call 334-447-8304. L
Ford '64 Thunderbird, Mitsubishi '06 Lancer 02
82K mi l owner, $4000 Rally A/C Power
Will trade. Call 334-632- Windows & Door locks,
CD Player, $11,750.

6234 leather int. new tires,
Financing Available-
Ford64 Thunder- Call John 334-797-0420
birspeed, 82K mi, 1 own-les, or Jason 334-714-1601
r,$2200. 334-648-3171Will trade.

Ford '85 Crown Victoria
LTD, 4-dr. V-8 auto, 92K
mi. new paint & vin.top.
$1,495. 334-687-1363. 334-397-

MitsubishGM75i '07 E334-695-038lipse
GT, V6, Loaded, lIthr,
ondisk cd, htd seats fin.
sea, 75K miles. 14,000 avail. $17900. John 334-
850-685-5579-0420 pay off. CJason 714-
Ford '96 Thunderbird, 1601
White V6 $2400 334- Mitsubishi '95 Eclipse
793-9020 or 334-794- GSX turbo, 4-cyl. auto.
6234 leather int. new tires,
GAS SAVER $3,000. 334-984-2044.
speed, A/C; 107k miles, Nissan '03 350Z Touring
like new, must see! pack. 61K mi. new tires
$2200.334-648-3171 & brakes elec. blue
$16,900 OBO 334-397-
GM '75 El Dorado, fully 0381 or 334-695-0381.
restored, $10,000. 229-
334-8719 Nissan '05 Maxima SL,
fully loaded, leather int.
Honda "03 Accord, bose sound system &
coupe, sunroof, leather garage kept. exc.
seats, 75K miles. 14,000 condo Iowner, $17,300
850-685-5542 (Troy) pay off. Call (334) 714-
Honda '03 Civic EX 1671

SJo' a r 7 ua. Coupe, red, 5-speed,
SChevy.91 Caprice, 4-dr. 75k. miles, $9,800. OBO
new paint, Burgundy in 334-677-3694 or
& out. Good cond. 96K 334-714-4029.,
VERUCCI '05 50CC 4 . -.".
stroke, 120 MPG plus 45
MPH, Sportster replica
$1,200 334-355-1339 be-
for 6 PM L'sj.
Victory 1999 1500, 5K
American made bike
$6000 Firm 334-618- Honda '05 Pivic EX Spe-
8457 -Fm 8 cial Edition, Fiji Pearl
YAAH -'2Base Chevy '93 Corvette con- Blue, 5 spd. 36500 mi.,
YAMAHA02 Banshee vertible 40th Anniv. Edi- $13,500, 919.844 2586.
$2,500 OBO 334-355- tion, ruby red, new tires Honda '07 Civic Coupe
0491 and battery recent tune Touch screen GPS navi-
Yamaha 02' Zuma up $16,500, 850-332- gation system, DVD
Scooter. 6400 mi. 0065 or thuddriver player, 26K mi., black,
125mpg, Windshield & 01@aol.com $16,000 786-223-2278.
luggage rack,excel. -_-_. 9 Acod
cond. $1600. 850-352- '-a^ - HONDA'94 Accord, .
4723 $1600. 2 7 Runs-needs work $850 ,
43- Call 334-687-0029 (after
?-- ~ -. Chevy '94 Camaro, 5PM)
S Blue, Sedan.5- spd. Jeep '01 Grand Chero-
6-cyl. 2 WD. Loaed, Jeep 01 Gracond Chero
P j.' .,.^ Power brakes, Power New tires, cold air,
S-steering, CD, A/C, runs $5000. 334-685-32
well, new tires, T-Tops,
very clean, Great cond. Kawasaki '07 Brute
Yamaha 06 1700 Road- $4000., 334-618- 3414. Force 650 4X4. Black,
Yamaha 061700 Road- 28 hours. Excellent con-
star Silverado, Pearl Chevy'94 Caprice edition. $5000. 334-488-
white loaded, like new. w/LT1 posi rear end on. 4621 -4
9500 miles. $8000.OBO. Station wagon. Auto -42
334-790-0028. $1,800. 334-696- 8019. Kia'01 Rio, 90k miles,
Chrysler '01 SebI new tires, new timing
Yamaha '06 R1 3,500K Chrysler 01 Sebring, belt new axles, new
mi. Garage kept with convertible, 56Kmiles, truck struts'$3,400 obo.
upgrades. $8,000. OBO excellent condition. 210-685-3380
334-239-0055 $7,200850-685-5542
Yamaha'06 TTR50 dirt (Troy) FIN D
bike, blue, electric start FAST
$650. 334-798-2337 i _. N THE CLASSIFIEDS
Yamaha 07' V-Star.
New Loaded, comes
with helmet & cover.
Only 1 mile! $6,500. Call .
anytime. 334-494-3344.
Yamaha 2003 YZ125, 2 "-' ...4 "'` -
stroke, pro circuit pipe Cnry.: lr 04 Cros fire
great condition. $3400 Grey, 6spa. 6-cyl. 48K.
334-726-3842 Loaded, CD, leather int. Kia '04 Optima LX, Gold,
Yamaha 2005 Raptor Great cond. $17K. 334- 44K miles, working AC,
660, extras, low hours, 596-1810. CD player. $8,000. 850-
$4000.334-677-3738 326-1594
^Ford '02 Mustang, Lexus '02 LS430 black,
Dark Red. Coupe. 5- fully'loaded, tan leather
ts o *pd i000mri, In- int. very good cond.-ga-
Sasn CD lacker, rage kept. Great ride.
...TIQUIFS learner, warranty, 89K mi. $17,499 OBO.
IN, |56.510 Neg Ph: 334-718-3518
Accessortes 91299-8109. Lexus '07 ES-350, pearl
insurancee with tan interior, load-
IN cN FORD t'0 Mustang Con- ed,'5K miles. $32,500
A -- r..E rti.,, ie. leather, V-6, 334-685-1070
JS oEe; load ~d. 16K miles, Lexus95 LS400,runs
$16,000 334- -0881 good, all'options, needs
Fore '05 Mustarg. v 6 some work, $2500, Call
premium ed lion. Fully (334) 792-4100 or 618-
loded. great g s saver. 9101
A 1 Rducd to %I3,i k Lexus '98 E3, Like
AUTOMOBILES 334692-5577 xus 8$5,500 0,8 nego -
S- tiable, 334-798-6784
$500 Cars from $500! L 9
Police Impodods for -Lincoln'95Towncar,
sale! For listings l -sd-u*' garagekept, 72k miles,
800-570-8736 x 2802 sl 19 MPG. $4000 334-792-
L O K 7Mazda 04' RX8, 62,000
Ford '06 Mustang GT, miles. Runs great. Borla
wLO light blue, black weather Cat-back exhaust. Take
Acura '92 ntegra 5spd int., premium sound, over pmts. $19k owed.
Black, CD Runs well Re- loaded, 5 sp., ec. cond. 850-557-6199
built motor, sunroof. 20,700 mi, REDUCED
Great condo 2 000 obo $17,685, 23 MPG, hwy, Mercedes '96 320 SL.
Brand new 26" rims, reg gas. call 334-588 Low mileage. Call 334-
chrome w/black 3,800 3400 774-8731 or 797-5130.
334-671-1607. Ford '07 Focus, 22k mi., Mercedes '98 Benz E320
BMW '04 330C con., factory wrnty, all the 79K original m. white,
black, w/black int., options, like new, well maintained, have
nay., system, call for 34mpg. Asking $12,800. all service records:.
more info. $28500 OBO Call John at 334-477- $10,500.,334-596-2077
229-308-1493 3068, ... Mercury '76 Marquis,
BMW '04 Sedan Md# Ford '07 Taurus SEL. less than 45K original
525i Silver, 28,775K mi., Loaded, factory warr. miles, 1 owner, $3500,.
AT/6sp. Garaged, exc. 30K. mi. $10,200.334- serious Inq. only, 334-
cond. $30,500; 334-803- 684-9770. 691-7332 or 685-2269
9276 or 334-393-5829 -
BMW '87' 3251 convert-
ible $1200 080. Runs
well 334-794-5635 .-
Buick '01 Park Avenue,
white, loaded, exc.
cond. 64K mi. $7,995.
334-794-7493.| Ford Mi lousari 'r MG '76 Midget com-
Buick '96 Lasabre Prem, 'siver oilr. pletely restored, show
limited 4-dr. 103k mi. custom paint, leath- quality, like new,
$3,200. 334-726-4730 or er, $31,900. Call 334- $10,500. firm. 334-794-
334-792-4555. 618-2441. 7936.
Cadillac '06 DTS GM, Mini Cooper '06 Con-
fully loaded 31,500 mi. Ford 95' Mustang,Co- vertible, auto, fully
Immaculate condition. onvertable $2500 850- loaded immaculate.
$24,500. 850-592-2773. 726-02568 $18,000. 334-596-2692.
Cadillac '93 Allante
Convertible, red, beige
leather excellent. 71k
miles $13,900 334-449- Spring Gate Manor Apart
2823 or 334-723-3037 4380 Kent Drive
Cadillac'94 Fleetwood Marianna, FL
Bghm, silver, 150k mi.,
$4200 w/ scooter chair, (850) 482-4589
chair lift.'850-425-5677 Reserved for the Elder
days; 850-656-7212, 5-8 Handicapped,. and Disabled.
Cadillac '96 Fleetwood,
Broutgham Edition, 2J" NOw available 1 bedroom
rims, exc. cond., 78K "This institution is an Equal 0
m., asking $6400 080, Provider and Employ!
Call (334) 379-5118 Prvdrad_ _

3C3 7 . $
Nissan '05 Maxima SL.
White. Fully loaded.
Leather, Exc. cond.
Great gas, new tires,
CIn'Carfax, 56K $17,500

Nissan '05 Maxima with
less than 23k miles. Ga-
rage kept and in excel-
lent condition. Power
everything, moon roof,
loaded with leather.
$20,500. 334-333-2770.
Nissan '08 Altima 2.5 S,
15k miles, extended
warranty, 1 owner, like
new condition. $17,900
Nissan '74 Datsun 260Z,
Neat,-will start, needs
restored. $950,334-714-
Nissan '97 Maxima GXE,
loaded, new compres-
sor on A/C. 209K miles,
pets 30 miles per gal-
lon. $3000.334-618-4250
Oldsmobile '00 Intrigue,
110k miles, runs great,
must sacrifice. $4300
Plymouth '68 Fury II.
Runs, but needs work.
Make offer. 334-447-
9152. ,
Pontaic '84 Trans-Am
ram air, hard top con-
vertible, 2 sweater. Very
rare car $6,500 334-792-
4100 or 334-618-9101.
Pontiac '01 Bonneville,
white, 6-cyl., CD. 115k
mi. Very clean, good
cond. $5000 OBO. 334-

Pontiac '01 Grand AM,
Red, 4DR, AC, AT, C.D.,
AM/FM. Real Clean!
$4,200. 334-792-7814
Pontiac '06 GTO, 6.0,
400HP 24,000 miles,
black in/out, one owner
Pontiac '07 G6,4 cyl.,
silver, 4 door, 14K mi.,
w/ cruise, $13,900,
(334) 445-6302,

Pontiac '71 Grand Prix
400/400, solid no canc-
er runs & drives $3,500
OBO Trade considered
334-687-0805, 695-6568
Race Car Dirt late mod-
el '05 CJ Rayburn & 28'
inclosed hawler. Many
extras. 334-355-0298."
Saab '01/9.3 convertible
67k mi. $9,950. 334-726-
4730 or 334-792-4555.
Toyota '98 Sienna.
Green, Auto. 171k. Runs
great!! $4,000 obo. 719-

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Chevrolet'03 Tahoe
LT. SUV. Black, Auto.
8-cyl. 2 WD. 78,000,
excellent condition.
*Loaded, CD, AC,
AM/FM, stereo, new
tires, leather int.
very clean, $16,400.
Cal 334-790-5685.

Chevrolet '87 Corvette
Coupe. 71K actual mi. 1
owner, 2 tops, other ex-
tras described when
called. 334-393-2109
Chevrolet '93 Corvette
ConvertibI, Red leath-
er, 70K miles. $13,000.
OBO. Please call 334-
Chevy '03 Z06 Corvette,
Excellent cond. 35K mi,
$27,500. 850-762-8399
Chevy '05 Cavalier. Tan,
PSB,PB, am/fm radio
w/cd player. 53,284K.
$6,500.. Call 334-671-
4214 or 334-596-0214
CHEVY '06 Malibu, 4DR,
low miles, loaded
$10,000 334-687-4571
Chevy '32 Original body
& frame, 350 engine, AT
Trans., extras! Must see
to appreciate! Serious
Inq. only. $20,000 obo.
Chevy '75 Corvette.
Convertible. Red, Auto.
8-cyl. 2 WD. great con-
dition, Power brakes,
Power steering, A/C,
AM/FM, runs well, new
tires, leather int. very
clean, 15,000.00. 334-
Chevy '90 Corvette,.
Convertible. Good con-
. edition. Great car. $7,500
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Saturn '07 Aura XR,
9,800 mi., like new,
white, Ithr, sunroof, all
options, MUST SEE TO
BELIEVE! $21,150 obo,
334-522-3564 ,


Suzuki '06 Forenza Se-
dan Blue, Auto. 4-cyl. 2
WD. 24,000 miles,
24/36 MPG, Power
brakes, Power steering,
CD, A/C, AM/FM, ste-
reo, runs well, sunroof,
very clean, Great cond.
$12,000, 334-699-

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Tiburon '05 GT
Silver, Auto, 32k miles,
fully loaded, sunroof,
Asking payoff $15k. Call
Toyota '05 Camry, 4
door, tan, auto., sun-
roof, cd changer, all
pwr., like new, 17,300
mi, $15,900, Call (334)

Toyota '07 Sequoia,
Gray, 2 WD. 42k mi.
Loaded, moon roof,
leather, DVD entmt
system, warranty.
Great cond. $26,900.
Volkswagen 05' Torgua-
reg, Gray w/saddle iote
rior, 40k miles, top of
the line, sun roof, V8
optiondual climate air,
heated seats, automat-
ic w/manual shift op-
tion, steering wheel
controls, side curtain
air bags,window
shades for back seats,
and rear air. $ 23,800
Volvo 04' V70, 2.5 turbo
Wagon, 73k miles, Auto
w/manual shift option,
dual air climate control,
memory seats, CD/ca-
ssett player, gold w/tan
leather.remaining 100k
waranty.$10,900, 334-

Cadillac '68 Deville,
Red, Convertible. $8500,
Cadillac '73 Eldorado,
Restored, mint condi-
tion, garage kept, 96K
miles, $9,000, 229-334-


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 L
rims/ oversized tires,
lift kit, touch screen '
DVD, $28K 334-648-0880
Chevrolet '00 Silverado
1500, 5.3L V8, Red, Ford '07 F250 Diesel,
Loaded, CD/AM/FM, Crew, Auto, 4WD
A/C, runs well, Great 14000 mi. Chrome
cond. Extras 1200000 edition. Warranty
OBO, 334-355-1272. 100k mi. PD 52K. Like
Chevrolet '04 1500, 4x4, new. $34,900. Call
regular cab, long bed, 334-684-6291.
39K, $11,000. Please call
334-726-0729 Ford '02 F250 Ext. cab
4WD, 7.3 Diesel, Mint
Condition black, all
S.ull S Esi leather, lots of extras.
$16K 080 334-685-3832
.Ford '05 F150, FX4, ex-
tended cab, silver, 39k
miles all power
$18,500. 334-726-0435
Ford '04 F150 Fx4, Super
Cab 6-disc CD 68K mi.,
Chevrolet'97 Z71. $15,500, Call (334) 897-
Burgundy, automatic-0582
8 cyl. 4WD, 66,000 mi Ford '04 F150 FX4 Su-.
Loaded, stereo. New per Crew. Pick-up. Sil-
tires.Great condition. Ver, Auto. 8-cyl. 4 WD.
$7,500. 334-695-0361. 100,100 miles, $15,500.

Ford '05 F-250. 50k
miles. Asking $10,500.
*ti iCall 941-268-1128.

Chevrolet '98 Z71 P/U
Fleetside Ext. cab, 3
Dr, 98K mi., Very Clean,
asking $9995 OBO. 334-
790-2364, 334-793-1005 Ford '02 F-150 74k
t04 Z71, miles, excellent condi-
Chevrolet 04 Z71, Reg tion 4DR solid white,
Cab. Pick-up.Gun Metal fully loaced$15000.
Grey Auto.8-cyl.4.WD. Calf/334-983-1860,
52000, great condition. 34-983-1860
Power brakes, Power Ford '02 F150 Lariat, Ex-
steering, CD, A/C, tra Cab, tool box, new
AM/FM, stereo, $14,000. factory trans. 108K mi.,
334-488-4621. runs,great. $8500 OB0,
S Call (334) 596-9966

Chevy' 02 Avalanche
4X4, 16k miles, pewter Ford '03 F-150 Lariat,
gray, chrome neft bars, 4x4, Leather, Supernew,
andbrush guard 20' 4 doors, off road pack-
wheels, black leather age, Loaded! $15,600.
interior, loaded. $13,500 Call 334-797-7178.
1A 4T7,,] OAn0 334A

791-2609 -

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Chevy 04' Avalanche
Z71, Excellent condi-
tion., Fully loaded. 78K.
$17,000.-Call 334-677-
Chevy '96 Cheyene, sgl
cab, 4.3 6cyl vortec eng.
very good cond. $3700
cash. 850-482-8416
./2,-. .

Chevy '05 Colorado,
Crewcab, 41K, exc..
cond. a/c, auto,
PS/PW/PDL, tonneau
cover, running boards,
spray in liner. New tires
$13,495. 334-792-2938 or

CHEVY '04 2500HD Sil-
verado crew cab LS.
Pick-up. white, Auto. 8-
cyL 2 WD. 42,000, great
,uiiiiieui.n ruwer

C iiiodIIon. Power
Brakes, Power steering,
Chevy '57 Belair 2 door, CD, A/C, AM/FM, ste-
Red, New interior Exc. reo, low miles, very
Cond, must sell. Crager clean, warr. bal 100,000
Rims, Al. Car. Was $20K miles pay off of only
NOW $17k 334-793-1902 $14,500.334-886-2068.


Chevy '51 pick-up, 5
Ford '68 F100 step side, window, run, partially
REDUCED, MUST SELL, restored. $5500. firm.
runs great 18K mi. 334-794-7936.
black, MSTA $5,500 Chevy '03 S10,4 cylin-
obo. 334-671-3772. der, 28 MPG, low miles,
excellent shape. $7200
"-5% OBO. 334-585-6689
Chevy1'97 Silverado,
'black, nice. $6300. 334-
./, -,. 886-3895.
g 2 Chevy '05 Silverado
"- Crew Cab Truck. Load-
ed with extras $18,000.
Reduced-Sacrifice 85-594-3282
Chevrolet '57 Bel-Air, 4 Chevy '00 Silverado 6.0
door, new eng. & paint, Eng. Ext., cab w/ long
75% refurbished. Many bed, CD, Full towing
extras Taking bids pack. $7,000 334-477-'
starting at $12,000. Call 2271.
(334) 793-5534Chevy'02 Silverado LS.
--extended cab, 2500HD
HEAVY TRUCKS/ 73K mi. leather, loaded
TRAILERS w/following additions,
camper 5th wheel tow
49' Refer, trailer. 2 side attach, wiring harness,
doors, rol up back elec. brake controller,
door, quick start, used ext. tow mirrors., bed
for cooling produce, ax- rail& caps, tailgate pro-
cellent condition, new sector, running(boards,
motor w/old motor for tool box, bed mat
parts. $6,000. Neg.. Call $15,500 334-301-0669.
334-522-3756 Chevy '07 Silverado LT
Cub Cadet zero' turn Crew Cab, exc. cond.,
obw d nzero blude Bed cover, 26K mi.,
w/5X8 trailer ext. $ 3
warr. I yr. old. Chevy '96 Silverado '
$2600.760-409-6204 LWB STD Cab, Good
S Cond, Loaded 153K mi.
DELIVERY TRUCK. Die- $3990. OBO 334-671-
sel w/lift gate. Year: 4216.
2000. Mileage apprx.
118,000. 334-794-7644, 'Chevy 04' Tahoe Z71,
334-797-2497, 334-797- Burgandyw/ beige
1730. leather, 83k miles,
steering wheel coon
FREIGHTINER '01, trols, 3rd row seating
FDL120. Semi truck, w/center bucket seats,
810,000 mi. good cond. 6disc cd changer in
$19K OBO, 850-352-4808 dash, power seats, rear
Freightliner '04 M2. 28K $16,800334-701-
GVWR, 26ft box w/6 ft 8555/334-685-6233
attic, CAT engine 159K
miles. Excellent Condi- Chevy '80 Truck, White,
tion. $24,000.798-1221 auto, short bed, new
tune-up, runs/drives
Freightliner 92' 60 se- good $1500 850-415-
ries, Fuller transmis- 0251 Iv msg. Marianna
sion, Good for log truck
or long haul. $9000. 850- Dodge 05' 3500 Quad
638-7290/850-527-2229. Cab Dually. Cummins
--urbo Diesel, 69k miles,
GMC '06 18 ft box truck, CD, Cruise, $20,500.
diesel, auto transmis- 850-526-2290 days,
sion 30k miles. $22,000, .eves. 850-594-9931
Call 334-673-4852-
Dodge 95' Ram P/U
Volvo '97 dump truck 2500 HD, good cond.,
W-64, tri-axle, 16' body. $2,800. OBO 677-2805
ext. side, R swing barn--
door. $21,900. Call 334- t'
685-2772; 334-671-7632 .

'06 model 24' Car haul-
er, like new, $5000 850-
526-3911/573-9437 Dodge '06 Ram. Silver.

Camper shell, one yr.
old. Fits F-150 '99,
Black Like new. $600.
Call 334-347-2717.
Vestit, new 6'X30' pro-
table ramp for sale or
long term lease. $9,500.

Chevrolet '05 1500 LS, 1
owner Crew Cab, 66,500
mi., two tone paint, all
power, $15,300,

Auto. 6 cyl. 2WD. 23k,
Power steer, CD, A/C,
Like new. Cust exhaust
bed cover, rails, foot
rail $18k 334-790-4509.
Ford '02 F-150, 4D, 125K
mi, AT, PS, Tilt, Cruise,
PW/D. Good Condition.
$5,000. 850-209-2000
Ford '01 F150 4DR XLT
V8 Triton, 76K, Tow
pkg. True workhorse!
$12,000. 850-215-1338
Ford '99 F-350. Enclosed
service truck. $8,000.
Call 334-774-8731 or

Ford '05 F150. Pick-
up. stone, Auto.
8-cyl. 2 WD. 15,500,
excellent condi-
tion. Loaded,
$14,000. Call 334-

Ford,'01 F150 Super Cab
Lariat, loaded, leather
CD Player$9,500.
Financing Available-
Call John 334-797-0420
or Jason 334-714-1601

Ford '03 F150XL
Black, 5-spd manual.
Xmsn, 4.2L V6, 21
mpg hwy., 2 WD,
47,000 miles, power
brakes, power
steering, cruise,
stereo, new ARE
topper, towing pkg.
Great cond: $8,925
00, 334-692 3375.

Ford '97 F150 XLT Super
.Cab, Triton V-8, dia-
mond plate tool box,
bed liner bed extender,
exc. cord., $6900, 334-
714-4210 or 677-6007
FORD 06' F250 XLT,
4WD, Diesel, White, 68K
miles. $21,000. OBO.
Call 334-726-4821
Ford '00 F150 XLT,
white/tan 240K miles,
new engine, new tires,
x-cab, 4 door, great
shape $3500.334-726-
9500 or 334-692-4420
Ford '99 Lariat F250, Su-
per Duty, Big Truck
4x4,.ext. cab, V-10, 38"
tires, 8" lift, 105k mi,
exc. cond. $14,900. 334-
Ford '92 Ranger XLT, 6
cyl, 5 so manual, good
on gas. $2750. 334-798-
5650 -
Ford '07 150 Supercrew'
Larriat 4X4. White sand
color w/tan leather 8K
miles. Fully loaded. Bed
cover. $29,500 334-798-

custom-built 1 ton. '
loaded.Great condi-
tion. $8,500,334-791-
8695 or 334-794-2426

Ford '04 XLT Super Cab,
towing pkg., bed liner,
tool box, 53K.miles,
$15,000, Call (334) 794-
Ford '06 XLT 150 tow
package, 17k miles,
burgundy, loaded.
$11,000. 334-691-5336
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IGrC '07 25:I0 D;A.-I
alilh :n, ,:ru :c ., hll
air, 11 ft. Western
Hauler Bed w/ Rhino.
Gooseneck 30K 5th
Wheel, 30K mi., no
trades, $45K, Call

GMC '07 2500 Duramax.
Crew-cab, 8 ft. bed.
Loaded! $30,000. Call
GMC '07 Duramax die-
sel 25,000 miles $38,500
334-677-9008; 334-726-
GMC'91 Jimmy 4x4,6.2
Diesel 4 in lift. alumi-
num wheels 12x36 Radi-
al Swampers PS, PB,
AC, Auto,'AM/FM CD
$5500 obo. 850-762-9333
GMC '02 Sierra Ext. Cab,
with tool box, 80K mi.,
great shape, $9500, Call
GMC '00 Sierra SLE
Extended Cab. Gray. All
power! Excellent
condition. 138k mi.
$8000. 334-791-3081.


SLE. Pick-up. SIL-
VER, Auto. 8-cyl. 2
lent condition.
AM/FM/cd stereo,
low miles, very
clean, warranty,
PAYOFF. Need min-
ivan instead Call
334 685-2190.

GMC '06 Sierra Z71,
loaded, 28k mi., ext cab,
still under warranty.
$21,500. 334-347-7353 or
Infinity '04 FX 45, 38,000
miles, fully loaded,
navigation, rear view
camera, grayish, exc.
cond., $31K, 718-6640
Nissan 06' Frontier /Ni-
smo, V6, Automatic, 4
wheel drive, all power,
tow package. 35,300k
miles. $16,700. 334-685-
7207 or 850-260-9424

Nissan '07 Frontier.-
Pick-up. Like new. Sil-
ver, Auto. 6-cyl. 2 WD.
3,800 mi. Loaded,
$16,500. 334-693-4987.
Nissan 04' Frontier XE
truck silver, bedliner,
cd, 5 spd manual, 4-cyl,
pwr pkg, lots of extras,
46K mi $9,900; 850-594-
4921 1v msg

Pontiac'02 Montana 7
BYM UST passenger, all power,
MUST front & rear AC, leather,
w ner 64K mi. $9,100. 334-889-
GMC 01 Yukon SLT 4566. Must see!!!
.... white, Ithr, 1 owner, ga-
raged, 92K mi. $10900. Classifieds have what
Great Cond!!!334-692- you are looking for.

Nissan '07 Armada, M ake
Buick 04 Rainier Black/tan, oil changes
Buick4 Rainier & warranty. $26,500. YOur

CXL. SUV. Gold,.
Auto. 6-cyl. 2 WD.
50800. Excellent

condition Lo'aded,
Power brakes,
Power steering, CD,
stereo, runs well,
low miles, new tires,
sunroof, leather inte-
rior. Very clean, war-
ranty, $12,000. Call

Chevrolet '01 Tahoe LT.
4x4, leather. 1 owner.
85k mi. Sunroof, 3rd
seat. EXc. cond.

Classifieds have what CHEVROLET '07 TAHOE
you are looking fdr. Z71, 4WD, 13,000 MIJ, 2
Nissan '04 Titan Crew CAME-RA, LEATHER, 3
Cab, Black, Pick-up. Au- SEATS, PD 51K, SELL
to., 8-cyl. 4 WD. 47,000, FOR $36,900 FIRM, Call
Loaded, Like new. Ask- 334-684-6291
ing payoff, Call 334-333- -
0797. Chevrolet '02 Trailblaz-
er LT, loaded, 4WD, 90K
ISAN05 i miles, blue, great cond.,
door. Black, Auto. 8- or (334) 372-2415
cyl. 4 WD.6-disc in-
dash changer. 31k
miles, excellent con-
Call 229-942-5532.

Nissan '07 Titan 5.6 LE
with king cab. 1 owner.
Leather. Loaded, 13,500 S
-miles. $24,000. 334-794-
8295. before 10am or lyv. ,:n,,, .t lar, wnrt.
mess. 334-648-0780. AT 6-cyl 4WD, 130k, PB
Nissan '06 Titan SE 73K PS, CD, A/C, AM/FM,
burgundy, king cab, 4 sunroof, $5,800. Call
door, tow package, 334- 793-0677.
loaded. $11,000. work Chevy 200 Blazer 4x4
598-3874, cell 726-9500 LX, 99k mi., 4dr., auto,
Toyota'97'Tacoma fully loaded, all pwr,
200k miles, AC, CD, 5 white, new tires, very
speed, good condition, clean. $5,900 OBO. 334-
bedliner & tool box 334- 598-9068 or 477-3325
Toyota'98 Tacoma,
Pick-up. Auto. 6-cyl. 4
WD. 220k, CD,-A/C, runs
well, Great cond. $6700,

Chevy '01 Tahoe LT,
116k mi., sun roof, Ithr.
3rd seat, heated seats,
TV, ALL power, new
tires, fact. wrrnty.
$12,500 OBO. 678-350-
Chevy '06 Tahoe LT
Loaded, 40K mi. White
w/tan. New tires. 2nd.
owner, Excellent cond.,
$24,000, 334-899-5903
Chevy '00 Tahoe, LT,
4x4, black w/tan leath-
er. 145K, winch & brush
guard. $8,900 OBO 793-'
9130 or 205-907-0861

Toyota '06 Tacoma
silver, auto. 6 cyl. 4 WD.
29,000, Loaded, power
brakes, power steering, Chevy '05 Tahoe,
CD, AC, AM/FM, stereo,
runs well, low miles, White, leather, CD,
very clean, warranty, 3rd Row;' on-star/
Like new. $23,900.Call XM 2WD 40,500
334-475-3600. miles, very clean,
$18,500 Call 334-899-

Chevy '03 Trailblazer
.'-'- - LT, seats 8, exc. condi-
tion. 14,000 actual. mi.,
orig. price- $36,000,
asking $15,200. 334-333-
Ford '03 Eddie Bauer Ex-
Toyota '02 Tacoma SR5, plover, V-8,leather, sun-
Ext. Cab. Must be refin- roof, blue & tan. 89k mi,
anced loan balance towing pkg. Reduced
$12,000. 86k mi., exc $8,900, 229-254-9774
cond. Call 334-475-1785. $89 2 -54-
nToyta 'C9 Ta45ma 4X., Ford '03 Excursion Ed
single cab 4 cyl. auto die Bauer.2WD. Excel
31/1050 all terrian tires. lent condition. Fully
120k, $9,000 OBO. 334- loaded. Must sell.
685-7207; 850-258-3018 $9,800. 850-956-4748.
O [ iT Ford '07 Explorer Eddie
SSPORT UTILITY Bauer, V6, 3rd row seat
V ICE asking $20,975 obo, Call
VEHICLES 34-797-4576"
Buick '07 Rainier, By
owner, gWD, 6 cyl., Sil-
ver Leather, Power,
20,000 mi. $20,000 neg.,
Call 334-370-3921
Buick '07 Rainier, 1 one
owner, leather, BOSE,
On-Star, 18k miles, gar-
ret/gray, $21,000 neg,
factory warranty. 334- GMC '00 YUKON 105K
685-1261 or 334-677- miles; loaded SLT leath-
3281 er, On-Star, sunroof,
DVD Player, warranty,
CHEV'04 Avalanche Z71 $9,000 334-695-0119
loaded $18,000 call 334- leave message
Chevrolet '99 S10 Blaz- Tri.K,. '
er, Good AC New trans. .A
with warr., New tires, "
clean. Runs great!!! .. S '""'"
REDUCED!!! 3,200.334-
Chevrolet '02 Tahoe LT
White, Auto.'8-cyl. GMC '01 Yukon SLT,
2WD. 91,000, Loaded, Leather, Third row,
Great cond. $12,000 Tow Package, Good
, O.B.O. (334) 726-0193. tires, $10,200..714-9510.


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Jeep '00 Wrangler, yel-
low, 5-spd. 6-cyl. 4 WD.
45,000 miles, Power
brakes, Power steer-
ing, A/C, AM/FM,
runs well, low miles,
Fair.condtion 10,000, 6"
lift, procomp 35's 334-
701-0338. .


JEEP'90 YJ HT 5-spd
6 cyl 4WD 3" Lift/
Lockers $14,000.
Invest Sale $7,999

Land-Rover '99 Range
Rover HSE 4.6, fully
loaded, 95K mi., $8,900,
Call,(334) 797-0768
Nissan '02 Pathfinder
SE. Loaded w/options
Excellent cpnd. $12,000.
Nissan '06' Xterra S,
black, V6, auto 33k
miles $16,500 334-300-
8102 leave message.

Call Jeff 334-701-8303 or
Lacy 334-701-6020. Point!

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

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)
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,
Jeep '94 Grand Chero-

kc Lir dl ,: '. ,::.
,.r Dug il, -,,1'j. ,u.
,:r'. r.:.i ra.:. Ca C I
',d d' & oui 7 m ilen
rur. or $V. I:iI 8561
,4r 5 a92
Jeep i5 Rubcon,
$18,500, V6, auto., AC,
46K m., new BFGoo-
drich All Terrain tires,
(334)699-8668, 803-5910
Jeep '03 Wranger, very
nice! khaki, soft top,
AC, AT, over-drive, tilt,
4.0 4WD, tow pkg. run-
ning boards, CD, full. "
doors, new tires & bat-
tery. 39.400 mi. $13,800
-to) IP'jil ';.104 -7490
J,.- p '91I r r.ei- r, 4 cyl.
O.'.:'d -_ru.,3 n yw top,
RP ru) C'-n in,e -orayed
in' ia 5.,:0 ,: il (334)
r6-u02 Ic -
Jip '06 Wrangler, 4.0L
6spd, AC, PS, soundbar,
special'wheels & tires,
lots of options. 5k miles
$17,500 229-376-2670

Jeep '98 Wrangler
Sport. Black, 5-spd. 6-
cyl. 4 WD. 49k.miles,
great condition. Power
steering, A/C, AM/FM,
runs well, low miles,
very clean, 9,000.
Jeep '06 Wrangler X.
Convertible, silver, auto
6-cylinder.4 WD.18,000
miles, excellent condi-
tion. Loaded, $15,900.
334-714-0401. .

Advertising is the
best way to make
points with prime
prospects who are
ready, willing and
able to buy.
Let us show you
the most effective
way to advertise in
the newspaper that
reaches the right
people, right where
they live.

TOYOTA-'03 Sienna Van
Silver 86K Great condi-
tion Loaded, Very clean,
DVD w / remote Asking
$9,800 / neg 334-677-

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Toyota '00 4 Runner
LTD, Hunter green, tan L L GALS
leather, loaded, excel- I
lent condition $8500
OBO 850-445-5767 LF14256
NOTICE is hereby given
to all interested per-
sons or firms that seal-
aed bids will be ac-
Scepted by the Marianna
City Clerk at the Mari-
" anna City Hall located
Toyota'04,4-Runner at 2898 Green Street,
SR5 Silver. Excellent Marianna, Florida 32446
condition. 67K miles. until 2:00 P.M. on Mon-
Electric, leather, Spoil- day September 15,
er, $17,000 obo. 334- 2008, for the following
791-9595. item:,
Toyota '01 Sequoia,
limited edition, tan BID NUMBER: PW 08-01
leather interior, sun-. BID TITLE: Davis Field
roof, 109k miles $9,000 Diesel P q were
334,794-6130 Generator
Bid, 'ill be operni jar.j
VANS r:rrdr"-j at the Cir, :
fM1.nar,.nna Board of Ci,
Commissions 1r.- r,_ng
Chevy '88 Cargo Van Room at 2:00 P M .:n
109K mi. Exc. cond. new September 15, 2004
tires, $2,500. 334-774: .
2791. Specifications rr,;.a, 0b
obtained from their C1,
:, ,Clerk at Mariarr,.na Cr
VJI Hall between the .,:,,J';
S of 8:00 A.M. an, Jw,
P.M. Monday r.rougn

-.- '".' Quotations SHALL be
Dodge'01Grand Cara- submitted in a sealed
von ES, red, Van. Auto. envelope marked:
6-cyl. 2 WD.112,K mi.
miles, Loaded, Power SEALED QUOTE and
brakes, Power steering, Identified by the NAME
reo, runs well, leather THE QUOTE, along with
int. very clean, $5,200. the DATE AND TIME OF
Call 334-347-0496. OPENING.
Dodge '02 Caravan. A list of bidders and
Blue, 140K miles, 4 cyl. award notice will be
Cold AC 30mpg, $3200 publicly announced at
OBO 850-485-7396 the next regular meet-
You Name It.. ing of. the;. City of Mari-
Classified HIt anna City Commission-
Classified His._lt!!! ers following the bid
Dodg "93 Grand Cara .acceptance date. if pos-
van. goodri r-is. rne sible. Bid award will be
triRi. 23rrg.a, V6. neA made to the best .bid-
.oi, A C 12'uu0 OBO der, but the right is re-
i60,i.7,1.IF.J served to reject any or
all bids.

Dodge '94 High Top
Conversion Van, 318,
112K mi., all power.
electric queen bed, 3
airs, tilt & cruise, t.v.,
vcr, game station,
$3150 OBO. 334-522-

Ford '01 Windstar Selt.
Van. Green, Auto. 6-cyl.
2 WD. 98,500, great cn-
dition. Loaded, $5,700.
GMC'98 Safari Van,
7pass, V6, AT, AC, Rear
Air, Very clean, Exe-
cond.. 118K mi. $3,500.'

Nissan '04 Quest.
White, 58k mi. Loaded,
Warranty, DVD Ent.
System, Heated Seats,
Auto Side Door and
Rear Door. Great cond.
$13,699. 334'-701-9099.

The purpose of this
meeting is to discuss
the Florida 'Recreation
Development Assi-
stance Program
(FRDAP) grant to be
used for proposed im-
rovements to the
Blue Slprings Refreation
Area, specifically the
area known as Shangri-
La. The public meet-
ing will be held at Citi-
zen'.s Lodge, 4574
Lodge 'Dr., off Caverns
Rd. Marianna, Florida
on September 11, 2008
at 7:00.
Comments are encour-
aged. Anyone desiring
information may con-
tact the Parks and
Recreation Department
during the business
hours of 8:00 a.m. to
4:00 'p.m. Monday
through" Friday at 718-

Gause & Associates Realty

Highway 71 South
MLS 850-482-7990 0.

Lee M. Gause, imk
cl: a -so573 1760o
Iuj:nld: .,j 3 2.116 b0ty"dot

jana Gl5iass, .iiaor
Mill t u l)Il,ir'mn utcr
Ce:h 850 209-8870
hbu'gL.,wa Ind)nun

Beautiful new home in desirable neighborhood: Close to'town;
shopping and schools. Built to stringent 130 m.p.h. wind code, with
7/12 roof pitch, CraneBoard siding, 9 foot ceilings, gpod sense
insulation, thermopane windows, heat pump, solid wood cabinets,
rolled edge counters, 20' sxbxs refr.; smooth top range, land-
scaned vard. 2 decks. Realtor owned. MLS# 07-1439 $214.800

Beautrui l'4 3/2 nome located on one acre in quiet area, min-
utes from Walmart/1-10 shopping anc'downtown Marianna.
Great floor plan, look brand new. Only a few hundred feet
from paved Lawrence Rd. MLS#08-1406 '$84,000

TI' H -1',T1 ",,, ',,'., 1I 0 '1' I 1, .1 1 w .u... rl riK

Rd, and is across Hwy 90 from Oak Station Shopping Center.
Office building contains over 2,000 sq. ft. with city water and
... ,' ,' w, i; a ii;:.:,- d, FL a1l..! MLSa 07-1814

2393 Highs~ls 2. Campbtelion. FL 32-126-7241
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MAKE YOUR OFFER TODAY List #08-854 $164,000

38 8 Peanu. Ro, Colond e aFL 323-1
28 acres'located behind home at 3898 Peanut Road, list-
ed at only $62K. Portion of property has been cleared and
till h3? r.ome irrir3lti.n ho.T- irt3act Wooded area has a
.*:.ul: .1 ,iT, i i j:..:. .:.' I Tr r,e .3 a legal ingress and
. ..' :'; ,- i :.-T i] h,1.i. i ri r. n. iv i.:. it..: :,rp.:,rT, H ,MiT.,-

3898 Peanut Rd., Cottondale, FL 32431

Beautiful 3/2 home on over one acre, with 3777 sq,ft,
underiroof,ltop of the line skyline with upgraded insulation,
windows, marble window sills, gas fireplace, stereo sys-
tem with surround sound that will stay with home, large
kitchen that has 32 cabinets, 20x28 workshop with a/c,
40x36 pole barn with concrete flooring, 20x16 shed, 4 car
carport attached to home w/ceiling fans. 10x20 screened
porch. Home is a must see! MLS#08-1106 $164,000

Gray Oak Way, Mar.anna FL 324 6
Beautiful new construction 3/2 home built in Greenfield
Subdivision. Home is sitting on one of the largest corner
lots (one acre). Home is completeand 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

Hwy 73 N. Mananna, I-L 32446
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
CALL FOR DETAILS! List #08-852

Traci 1 Pinman Hill Rd lMacanna FL 324418
This property is TRACT 1 and has several beautiful
homes site on it and is located approx 1 mile from
Compass 'Lake in the Hills. There are a total of 9 tracts
that are being offered that adjoin this property It is being
offered in 20+/- acre tracts and is being offered as a
whole for a major price reduction. Cbeck them out.
for details today MLS# 08-856 thru 08-865

and a shed out back. Pool li ner was replaced within the past
2 years as well as a new motor in the pool pump, new air
conditioner 1 1/2 years ago and new flooring throughout the
home. Appliances are all new with flat top stove, side by
side refrigerator and new dishwashwasher approx. 2 year ago.
Owner is motivated, bring all offers. MLS#08-1378

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(850) 526-3614 or (800) 779-2557

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


Nissan '04 Pathfinder,
67K miles, 2WD,
$13,750, Excel. Cond.,
Needs Nothing, Call
Sequoia 04", 76,500
miles, leather, sunroof,
dvd, third row. $21,000.
OBO. 334-828-1303
Toyota '03 Highlander 4
cylinder,.79k miles,
$11,500, lists for 16k

Toyota 107 RAV4
Sportwith XMRadio,
Silver, 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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Lake Denise Office/Bonus room off master suite* #07-2312
S -.. 2925 West

S,1865 sq.ft. 3 bedrooms 2 baths 2 car carport *
family room iw/fireplace formal dining room #08-1172
5095 Oldd
Hickory Circle,

3776 +/- sq.ft. *3 bedrooms &. '. r-r uQ
Kitchen, skylites & glass across back of home
WATERFRONT on Merrits Millpond Dock, boat-
h.,:u --'0-1177

Fourth St.,

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"15W' ., ,,T,.. '1 ',h',, *H I:
floors Granite countertops & stainless steel appliance,- *1.60
acres Adjoining 1.80 acres & barn available #084156 '

4532 Red
Oak Trace,

on main, 1ii.tsidelond w w/sti oe rwi 1 *i sitsrmdlinin
& dinin isom Laro kiiitcn w/ctnter Island #08-1264

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2950 Chase Way.

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4862 DogwoodD r.

*1350 + /-sthft. 3 bedroom. i i '. ,' .

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S. l709 Blue Jay

:*i r ,,r'mt, & ; C3ir, 17J, to, ri Piol barn,
.:.ult tu ,aii, r, 13.ler :utl .* .... n ,r, ilosel *
Family room W/gas log fireplace MLS#6628
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5131 Lake
Bluff Circle,

'5114 Presidents

1 :1 '1 ri.,,,.i . ,, T,".:.i t ltj,. ri H s, 3..,,',: 3
floors* Above ground pool Nice cabinets in kitchen
3623 Greenfield
Rd., Marianna

..i ,, ,,,,- r,, ,, 3BR/2B garage w/lnsulated
door. Crown molding, base board, vaulted ceilings, hard wood &
tile Hlooting Baths w/cultured marble counlrtops #08-11039
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4257 Lafayette Street, Marlanna, FL
(850) 526-5260-office
(850) 526-5264-fax
Website: buynorthwestflorida.com

BEAUTIFUL 16 >: hor.c b -B ^
lIrn stilh 1680 :;. I it 2 '
stucco /stohe home with an unfinished, 1340 sQ.
,ft. master bedroom addition; making a total of
'00,I sQft. ;under roof. One bedroom / I bath
bunk-houre,', 4 Stall horne barn with tack room
2 Sull horse barn. -..Ll.cd fI'h pond lenced &
cro:s lenced R\' pole barn -,nj mroire NOW
REDUCED ONLY $249.900 t#OS-940

L'INN H tENi Old. ui Pulldr. .:.' hill ilue Cn ilt, 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
ne,hboho,.,,1 i tlsnr, Hr. er, #(fi'.iT $125.000

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

Spaiousu lUaminy nuimeC vv/spiti UCUUlUUii UCsaigil.
Needs'TLC. New wood laminate flooring. fire-
plce.r and central unit Interior needs pjaminn;
some baseboard- replaced soume l1oi co.efHo
replaced and klchen updated Orner t.ill do
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t.-.Duidl cu i + t ,: lo'i Ia, tal tt~r:ar~d Iaej ~d io buildl

.:,r '.3 e, I I A91II h.- +mri-ilc s of (Compass
Lii.fl 4-1 tt,11 a.)rC j. i i :t ,id i~-,,,TT,, ri E h.aiji10, ,. ish-

1.. 'V i ONLY $20.000 NlAKE OFFE-RI

TEN -ACRESI-Immaculate D.W. has split BR
design 1Master bathW/garden tub, shower & 2
sinks All BIRS have walk-In closets: Large
kL.ihtn W/pantry. Security system. Wood burn-
ing Fi' RV hook-up. Storage bldg. Storm win-
dows. Vaulted ceilings. Back halfoFproperty ls
wooded. "Owner Ready To Move!" #08-1035

MARIANNA -5 Acres. County 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.

nHAur ivv, MAcuN-SIAL BCIiuG aULLD /0 S 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. E.c:llenl hunting #06-1863 $200,000.
* Lots in Compass Lake In, the Hills Subdivision'
beginning at $15,000
* Sunny 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


(850) 693-0487
4257 W. Lafayette, Marianna, Florida 32446
(850) 526-5260-office (850) 526-5264-fax
To Visit Our Listings Go
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5BR/3.5BA 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 mist see.
#07-2515 '$325.000.00-

16514P EIARI 0 T1., J IB t rllN sIt,,4 l s
RENOVATION. #07-2092 *55?.010

m R ir. ., L)( i
1 1. F1 07 2 5 p.. 1.
oc,. ,,.o' Rl)7-28t5, $460.0o0

NJ-,. Mr I .,.., K .NI ,
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, upgrad-
ed fixtures, office space, lrg back deck w/
storage space beneath. Lrg semi-basement w/
electricity. Vinyl sidinyl siding & stucco.
-Dimensional shingles. Energy Efficient. So
much morel #07-2316 $149,900

DREAM HOME #08-206 $10,000


Lisa Rees

"Your locRa Realtor. Call me,

I'm in the neighborhood!"

(850) 573-1127`
lrees flrealty@yalhoo.oim
4257 W. Lafayette, Marianna, Florida 32446
(850) 526-5260-office (850) 526-5264-fax
To Visit Our Listings Go R
To www.floridashowcaserealty.cqm

S.5454 10th STREET, Malone. Pristeen home in immaculate
IMMACULATE -4/2 Doublewide on l acre, condition. -Over 1800 square feet of living area; ponderosa
10t) F%1i Ii' rl111 'Nice paved, street. Completely updated. All new
fripia.id ',. '", ee u.pI-' FIl nw pine paneling in den atd Master Bedroom. 100' x 190'eot
indenh large kitein w" ad' at te d. appliances, all new carpet, all new tile. Newi M. 1 o
rm den, lhasrge kitchen with .isand, ouldbe nurser bd-paint. New front deck, new .skirting. All like with large oak trees. $129,900.
office has cta I1.1. ft ..i, in,-rstateo nd family new. 5 minutes from town. Recent FHA
.' 1 I-i0 ' L qn-1419 approval.,$89,900 MLS# 08-554

.' .-.-'-: .-" 4715 SHEFFIELD DRIVE runin, l urub Hill i.lrnn II.
c.r_ i Location. ra',a [ r r .!,,' ...' "'.. 1 'NI.'AC-K A MO\ 1 JN ... ,:h:. ', -E DW Pristine home in A-1 condition. Great neighbor-
r,i...r, i 2 .: h:. u ri e i 1. r,.. on nice lot on Ashleigh Avenue, Grand Ridge.
tures, ceiling fans, with freshly painted interior I New carpet, new.vinyl. Big front & back deck. hood near new Marianna High School. $169,900
and exterior. Kitchen has Shenandoah cabinets All electric. On a deed restricted lot. Separate
with hard surface counter tops. New window lvng00 atate den w/fireplac. Bring all .... ..
and doors interior and exterior. French doors
leading to new 10x2 deck and 8x13 workshop. offers! Seller will give a3 day cruise for2 upon
Also has new metal roof. #08-399 $144.900 the purchase of.this property! ALL THIS FOR -- .-
ONLY $79,900! MLS# 08-1335'

2679 CHOCTAW TRAIL Indian Springs. POOL!
I Spacious brick home on wooded, acre lot. Very
4218 ga oooU, Ras Roon.s M lsniN,. I '" i well built and energy efficient! Call us! $289,900
3/2 Home built in 2007. Has vaulted liv- LIKE NEW COZY 2/1 on paved st'et in
ing room ceiling. Kitchen has beautiful Alford. Sits on a nice lot with large pecan trees.
oak stain orn, cabinets. Has front and back All new hardy board siding. New laminate.
porch and sits on 1 14 arce. Open floor Allowance for new appliances will be given at

e 3343 a US ROAD, MARIANnLA shady lot on a paved street in Chatiachoochee. .. -.

pl2.5 bathroom al, with covered front porch over- clean and sow extremely well. Call for an

oNgthc k. Bckbickptovrokig situated on PRIME location of the lake!1! It is an8

4939 ANDERSON R, G"must see!WAskford Ginaled just.$495,000
NEAT & ATTRACIE this 2/1.5 sits on a nicenorth of Greenwood off Hwy. 71. Nice brick
3343 O US ROAiANhome, shady lot on a paved street in Chattachoochee.acre lot, barn, lots of fruit trees.

and 7+ acre lake. Property can accommodate horses. oo fire

Stable was converted to it m al oe room. 4 edroo place, separate ding this house is neat &
- 2.5 bathroom, with covered front porch over- clean and shows extremely well. Call for an
looking the lake. Back brick patio overlooking the jiS ()1"' ,i1n bd 1$89 11 0eo.j, SH 09-1358

foom. Th ie hobuyers Gue also has a pool house. Msky ight. see
too much as a sptoo list an. #08-54903 $67499,900.
34939 ANDERSON RD, RIVeervo, Sd Lcoaedlust

northh of Greenwood off Hwy. 71. Nictive brick

[br. SECLUDomeDsais wi er ithin lg very inice laig he, an mre.$179,a00
About 9 miles east of Marianna in into Subdivision.te om .3

L 3430 NORTH OAKS DRIVE, Spacious home

Nice 3/1.5 Brick Home in thecoup inh0y baths, large utility r .oo, separate living you deaeave.
vith a rpof"n aind b-ai in tha hack yd roonit/dr. Master bedroont with fireplace.
FIRST TIME B-ILYER. LIVING ROOtM AND Large oaks. RV building. 2 other outside storage
USED ASB EDROOM, DEN. OFFICE ECT.iW68-966 ONLYY $11 ,9)00. MLS# 08-131

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Gina C. Stuart
Tim & Patsy Broker/Owner CRS

Broker Owner/Realtor

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acrehorse farm. 3/2brick home. Vaultedceilings in 8 ACRES all under lerce -v.ith b.e3uli-
living room w/wood beam down the center. Built in ful home with "mother-in-law" quar-
2002. Large back deck w/awesome view of gor ters. Plenty of room to have a horse;
geous valley below. In a private setting. Spring fed fnced. Corner of Ara Lane and St.
creek on property. Just south of Chipley, FL. ALL ence. o er o Ara Lane and t.
THIS FOR ONLY $274,900. MLS# 08-1356 Correction Road. $279,900


AFFORDABLE New Home in Marianna! This 3/2 w/ 2 car i
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able in North Oaks Subdivision. This 4/3.5 shows well 2933 GREEN ST. HISTORIC; true victorian
from the foyer going into the sunken living room. home has been authentically restored. Features
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Separate DR. New tile. new carpet thru out home. All ceilings, heart pine floors & Mohawk laminated
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VERY NICE 2/1 home located in Alford. Sits on RUSS LAKE HOLMES COUNTY It's like
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utes to Panama City. $96,500 MLS #: 08-1247 this one! $359,000

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CUSTOM BRICK HOME on 10 beautiful acres
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stoned Fireplace, loft balcony, tiled, hardwood, car- and Chipola College. Large family room
pet floors, sunroom. Perfect Small Horse Farm. with fireplace, formal LR and formal DR.
Vernon area 35 minutes to beaches and minutes 1.2 acre corner lota $196,500l
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QUIET COUNTRY LIVING! This 3/1 sits on BANNER RD, MALONE- 3 bedroom doublewidewith lots
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