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Title: Jackson County Floridan
Alternate Title: Sunday Floridan
Floridan
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Jackson County Floridan
Publisher: Chipola Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Marianna, Fla
Publication Date: September 21, 2008
Copyright Date: 2009
Frequency: daily (except saturday and monday)[<1979-1995>]
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Subject: Newspapers -- Marianna (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jackson County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Jackson -- Marianna
Coordinates: 30.776389 x -85.238056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
General Note: "Independent."
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Volume ID: VID00074
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Preceded by: Times-courier (Marianna, Fla. : 1947)
Preceded by: Marianna Floridan

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BY KATE McCARDELL
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
A Texas man died while diving at
Blue Springs Recreational Area near
Marianna on Friday, said authorities.
Members of the Jackson County
Sheriff's Office dive team and two
other certified cave divers recovered
the body of Richard Mork from an
underwater cave Friday afternoon,
according to a news release from
JCSO.
Mork and his friend Dan Weyant,
both. from Texas, both entered the
water at Blue Spring at 12:30 p.m.
and descended about 2,000 feet
through the cave known as Jackson
Blue into an area of the cave known
as Rabbit Hole, according to JCSO.
"Weyant stated that it was at this
point he noticed Mork become some-
what erratic in movement. Weyant
swam over to Mork to see what was
wrong. Weyant then discovered that
Mork's respirator was out of his
mouth, and he was unresponsive.
Weyant then used a secondary respi-
rator in an attempt to force oxygen
into Mork's lungs but was unsuccess-
ful in his resuscitation efforts," said
the JCSO report.
The 14th Circuit Medical
Examiner's office in Bay County
assisted at the scene and a post-
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Members of the Jackson county Sheriff's Department work to recover the
body of a. man, who died while cave diving at Blue Spring Recreation
Area. Mark Skinner / Floridan


Local man hears calling in sound of
BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER o"


A few days ago, Jonny Lipford packed a feu
of his flutes and headed out Friday to pla
another festival far from his home in
Greenwood.
It's a familiar weekend routine for the 1I-
year-old self-taught musician, but there's some-
thing .special about this trip to Albuquerque.
N.M.
Lipford is in the running for two music
awards, and the winners in one of the competi-
tions will be announced it this festival.
The NEMA (Native-E Music Award i nomi-
nees all. submitted their pieces on-line in
response to an open invitation from an organi-
zation.which supports Native American music.
Although he has no Native American roots,
Lipford says he feels a great affinity for the cul-
ture and music, and he entered the: piece he
wrote and performed in a category reser\ ed for
non-Native American competitors, the "'Spirit
of the People" division.
He's also up for a NAMMY award i Which
rhymes with Grammy and is considered an
equivalent music award in Native American
.cultures).
He submitted "Chosen Path" for the upcom-
ing NEMA award,. which is a selection from
his upcoming CD release and is of the many
pieces he's written since he first fell under the
spell of the wooden flute.
It all started with a Saturday morning cartoon
on TV.
"I was 13 years old and I saw a cartoon char-
acter playing a brown flute," he recalled. "It
had a different sound (than the traditional silver
metal flute). It had an earthiness to it, and I was
immediately drawn to that sound. I got on-line.


Greenwood musician Jonny Lipford is up for
Skinner / Floridan


and ty ped in wooden n flute.' and it opened up a
"\hole world of music to me. I ran across a lot
of Native American sites, and it was on from
there."
Lipford ,.id he started campaigning for an
instrument to call his o% n.
S' begged my mom to buy me a wooden flute
for Christmas that year, and she was reluctant at
first. I think she' figured it was just another
phase, that' I'd probably play it once and put it
on a shelf.like kids will do. But on-Christmas


NEMA and a NAMMY awards. Mark


morning, after all the presents had been opened
and I was feeling pretty disappointed that there
.was no flute, my parents went to their bedroom
and came out with this little box."
Inside, of course, was a flute. It was made of
bamboo, and Lipford was overjoyed. He played,
six or eight months exclusively on that one, but
before long he started saving his $25-a-week
allowance to by another. And another. And
another. By the time, 2006 rolled around, he'd
accumulated about 30.


wooden flute
Then, a fire swept that collection into ashes.
The loss, while devastating, gave rise to some-
thing positme. .
"After the fire de'tro ,ed everything, my
friends in music started a scidpbook for me and
,it was themed on the idea of Phoenix rising
from the ashes. It was a'great comfort to me, it
lifted me up, and when it came time to put out
my first CD (at age 17), I named it
"Transitions: Out of the Flames and into the
Wind."
By the time he gets back from New Mexico,
with or % without a NEMA in hand, his second
CD holdd be almost ready for release,
It's: called "Crossroads:The Beginning of a
Brand New Day" and is due on on Oct. 1.
Lipford said that, while he'd like to win the
NEMA and a, NAMMY, that's not the most
important thing on his mind when it comes to
his music.
For him, the, alliances and friendships he's
made are of far more value.
"I've met and shared the stage with some
very special people," he said. ,Mary
Youngblood, who's won both a Grammy and a
Nammy, has been a musical mentor in his life
since he was 15 years old.
"She was the first person Ishared a stage
with," he said, "and the first flute CD I ever lis-
tened to was hers. When I was 15, I started cor-
responding with her when I had. a chronic ear
infection that kept me in and out of the hospital
for about eight months. She .encouraged me,
and then invitedeme to 'come to a festival in Fort
Walton Beach. She invited me up on stage,, and
I was scared to death but I went up and we har-
monized and it was an experience I'll never for-
get. I'd never played in front of anyone at all,
See FLUTE, Page 7A >


Emerging from ashes

Florida Caverns
hopes to restore -
its native beauty
by way of
prescribed burns
BY KATE McCARDELL
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
Much of Florida Caverns State
Park is not what it once was: A
savannah, of sorts, dappled by large
trees and softened by a blanket of
flowing grasses patched with' the
bold flare of wildflowers, according
to park rangers and forestry experts.
"Early settlers described being
able to drive their wagons through Jeff Adams ask a question during a community awareness meeting
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BY KATE MCCARDELL
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
An inmate was stabbed multiple Michael Latimore
times Friday morning at Jackson
Correctional Institution in Malone,
according to the Florida Department of Corrections.
According to FDOC spokesperson Gretl Plessinger, inmate Michael
Latimore was taken into custody after allegedly stabbing' another
inmate multiple times in.the Head and chest.
The injured inmate, who was not identified, was taken to Tallahassee
Memorial Hospital and his condition was not known, said Plessinger.
The facility was on lockdown during the isolated incident, which
occurred at 7:20 a.m. Friday, said Plessinger.
Jackson Correctional Institution returned, to its normal operating sta-
tus b'y about 9-30 a m Friday, said Plessinger.
According to the Florida Dbparimnint of Corrections, Latimore, 34, is
in JCI ser' ing a life sentence.
He was convicted of attempted homicide/manslaughter/culpable neg-
ligence, grand theft of an automobile, possession of an illegal weapon
and robber\ v% ith a gun/deadly weapon, from an incident that happened
in September of 2000 in St. Johns County. Latimore has been incarcer-
ated since December 2001.


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September 21 Sunday
The Marianna branch of the Jackson
County Public Library will be closed to
patrons until 9 a.m., Monday, Sept. 22,
while carpet is.installed.
The Annual Neel Reunion, for descen-
dants of Daniel Boone Neel, George
Washington La'fette Neel, and J.M. "Jim"
Neel, will be in the Dellwood Community
Club House, with a fish fry lunch at 12:30
p.m. Attendees are asked to bring the drink
of their, choice, salad and side dishes.
Disposable plates, cups:and utensils will be
provided. Bring historical information and
photographs to share..Call 593-6086.
September 22 Monda3
Jackson CounrN Habitai for Humanity's
next orientation meeting for. potential
homeowners starts at 6 p.m. One orientation'
meeting must be attended in order to
receive an application Meet in the First
United Methodist Church Youth Center,
2901 Caledonia St.. Marnanna. Call 482-
2187, . .
The Marianna branch of the Jackson
County Public Library will be closed to
patrons until 9 a.m., Monday, Sept. 22,
while carpet is installed.
The Jackson Hospital Finance
Committee's finance meeting, starts at 5:30
p.m., in the Community Room of the
Hudnall Building.
Alcoholics Anonymous has an open
meeting each Monday, from 8 to 9 p.m., at
the First United Methodist Church, 2901
Caledonia St., Marianna. Use rear church
entrance.
The Jackson County Health
Department Tobacco Prevention 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 who wish to be ex-smokers. No cost
to attend. To register, call 526-2412, ext.
188 or 209-2024, or e-mail fodinahender-
son@doh.state.fl.us.
The Jackson County Transportation
Disadvantaged Coordinating Board
(TDCB) convenes for a public meeting at
10 a.m., in the JTrans office conference


room, 3988 Old Cottondale Rd., Marianna.
For information or if you require special
accommodations at the meeting because oi
a disability or phN sical impairment, contact
Vanita Anderson at the Apalachee Regional
Planning Council at 1,850) 674-4571 or b\
e-mail at arpc7@gtco'm.net.
Chipola College's Artist Series begins
with "Viennj to Brdadway" presented by
the Jackson\ ile Lync Opera Compam. at 7
p.m., in the Chipola Theater. Highlights of
operetta, grand opera, and classic
Broadway fav6ntes will be performed by a
quartet of soloists. Tickets-$12 for adults
and $8 for ages 18 and under-are available
in the Chipola Business Office. Call 718-
2220, or contact Joan Stadskle\ at 718-
2301.
The Mlaiainai Garden Club invites gar-
deners to attend one of the various. Circle
meetings to begin the 2008-2009 year:
Azalea and Camellia Ctrcles. 10 a.m., Sept.
24: and Dahlia, 6 p.m., Sept 22, Trinity
Baptist Church. Call 482.-188 or 482-4-5
for details.
The Town of Greenwood's Planning
Commission meets at 5-30 p m in the town
hall, 4207 Bryan St.. Green% cod. Call 594-
1216.
September 23 Tuesday
The Childbirth Education Class series
begins Tuesday, 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. The
Jackson County Department of Health staff
teaches participants the FOCEP curriculum.
Husbands and other supporters are invited.
Bring a favorite pillow for relaxation.
Materials and snacks provided. No cost to
attend. Call Healthy Start-at 526-2412, ext.
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
entrance.
The Marianna branch of the Jackson
County Public Library presents Story Time
every Tuesday, at 9:30 a.m. 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
263-3659.
The Town of Greenwood will hold a
special council meeting Tuesday, Sept. 23,
at 5:30 p.m., in the Town Hall, 4207 Bryan
St., Greenwood, to adopt the millage and
budget for the FY2008/2009.
The Cottondale High School Advisory
Council meets at 6 p.m., in the conference
room.
The T6wn of Greenwood will hold a
special council meeting at 5:30 p.m., in the
town hall, 4207 Bryan St., Greenwood, to
adopt the millage and budget for the
FY2008/2009. Call 594-1216.
The Southeastern Community Blood
Center mobile unit will be accepting blood
donations at Chipola College in Marianna,
from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Call 526-4403.
September 24 Wednesday
Elder Care Services will be giving out
USDA and Brown Bag food at 4297
Liddon Street. It will also be given out in
Malone. Call 482-3220.
Alcoholics Anonymous has an open
meeting each Wednesday, noon to 1 p.m.,
at the First United Methodist Church,,2901
Caledonia 'St., Marianna. Use rear church
entrance.
The Jackson Hospital Board of
Trustees meet at 5:30 p.m., in the
Community Room of the Hudnall
Building.
The Marianna Garden Club invites gar-
deners to attend one of the various Circle
meetings to begin the 2008-2009 year:
Azalea and Camellia Circles, 10 a.m., Sept.
24; and Dahlia, 6 p.m., Sept. 22, Trinity
Baptist Church. Call 482-2188 or 482-
4295 for details.
Covenant Hospice's volunteer work-
shop is 1 to 3 p.m., at the Marianna
Covenant, Hospice branch office, 4440 W.
Lafayette St., Marianna. No c9st; food and
drinks provided. To register, or to learn
more, call bonna Meldon, 482-8520.
Early Learning Coalition of Northwest
Florida's Program Committee meets at 9
a.m., and the Personnel and Policy
Committee meets at 10 a.m., at the One
Stop Career Center, 4636 Highway 90,
Marianna. Call 747-5400, ext.., 100.


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


MARIANNA POLICE
The,. Marianna Police
Department listed the follow-
ing incidents for Sept.'
19. the. latest available
-report: One hit and run,
one reckless driver, V '_-
:one suspicious vehicle, r'fr]
itwo suspicious person, C H
two disturbance,, one
larceny, one civil dis-
pute, one fight in progress,
two assisting another agency,
eone public sern ice and 25 traf-
;lc stop.
.. JACKSON COUNTY
SHERIFF'S OFFICE
The Jackson County
.Sheriffs Office listed the fol-
lowing incidents for Sept' 19,
ghe latest available report:
'wo abandoned vehicle two
'animal complaint. one assault,
one burglary, one child abuse,
one dead person, two distur-
banice, two funeral escort, one
information, report, three lar-
ceny, one .loud noise/music
complaint, one missing per-
son, one- patrol request, three
public service, one retail
theft/gas, skip, one shooting in
area, five suspicious inci-
dent/person/vehicle,, three
threat, three traffic accident,
four traffic stop, one transport,
one violation of injunction,
one VIN, verification, three
warrant arrest/prisoner in cus-
tody, one reckless driver/vehi-
cle and one special detail.
JACKSON COUNTY
CORRECTIONAL FACILITY
The following persons were
booked into the county jail
during the latest reporting
periods:
Gary Ouellette, 50, 5221
Forest Dr., Graceville, non-
payment of child support.
Mitchell Nobles, 29, 4328
Seventh Ave., Apt. A,
Marianna, violation of court
order.
Charles Faison. 29. 4597


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Highway 162, Marianna, driv-
ing while license suspended
or revoked, possession of con-
trolled substance.
;-. Enrique Bosque,
E1-1 23, 2834 Watson St.,
--J^ Marianna, no valid
ME- driver license, no vehi-
viE cle registration.
James Mel\ in. 37,
20 Ha) field Lane,
Alford, felony battery.
James Gardner, 41, 7131
Campfield St., Jacksonville,
driving while license suspend-
ed iknot ingly).
Thomas Bullock, 33.
6211 Sage Dr.. Jacksoniville.
order of attachment child
support).
.:- Amos Rogers, 43, P.O.
Box 423, Sneads, order of.
attachment (child support).
.-, Anthony Robbins, 39,
4265 Kinible Rd.,.
Greenwood, aggravated
.assault on a law enforcement
officer with a deadly weapon
(five counts), resisting arrest
with violence, fugitive from
justice (Ga.), order of 'attach-
ment (child support).
Kevin Chambliss, 33,
4764 Barrton Rd., Bascom,
violation of conditional
release, failure to register as a
sex offender.
Anthony O'Bryan, 30,
P.O. Box 458, Altha, driving
under the influence.,
JAIL POPULATION: 209
To report a crime, call
CrimeStoppers at 526-5000.
To report a wildlife viola-
tion, call 1-888-404-FWCC
(3922).



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per no later than 6 a.m. If you do not receive your newspa-
per, call the Floridan circulation department between 7 a.m.
and 5 p.m. weekdays, and 7 a.m. and 11a.m. Sunday.
Subscription Rates: Home delivery: one month $11.23; three
months, $32.83; six months $62.05; one year, $123.45. All
prices include applicable state and local taxes. Mail sub-
scriptions are payable in advance. By mail, three months,
$46.12, six months, $92.24, one year, $184.47.


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


HOW TO GET YOUR NEWS PUBLISHED,
The Jackson County Floridan will publish news of general inter-
est free of charge. Submit your news or Community Calendar
events via e-mail, editorial@jcfloridan.com; fax, (850) 482-
4478; mail, Editorial Department, P.O. Box 520, Marianna, FL
32446; or hand delivery, 4403 Constitution Lane, Marianna.
Fees may apply for wedding, engagement, anniversary and
birth announcements. Forms are available at the Floridan
offices. Photographs must be of good quality and suitable for
print. The Floridan'reserves the right to edit all submissions.
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Tuesday through Friday and Sunday mornings. Periodical
postage paid at Marianna,. Fla.
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mortem examination will be
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mine the exact cause of death.
This is. the second time a
cave diver has died in Jackson
County this year.
In June, Joel Mitchell
Tubbs, 41, of Oakmans, Ala.,
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not even my family. I'd wait 'til ever- one ships with a shell jewelry maker who n't meant to be.
was gone before I'd even practice. My .designs certain pieces-based on his logo, Meanwhile, he's enjoying the present,
mother was there, and she just bawled. It and with a flute maker who collaborated content to work a part-timejob at Bryan's
was an awesome thing for me." with him to design a Jonny Lipford signa- Country Store for a boss who understands
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over the country, most of them paid a possible full-time career in music. If it Lipford has since amassed a new one. In
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this area," said Mark Ludlow,a biologist
with the DEP Florida Park Service
District I. "If you look at it now, you'd see
it's so thick that riding anything through it
isn't possible."
Decades of development, invasions by,
non-native plant species and a lack of
much-needed wild fires has turned the
park into dense jumble of invasive plants.
A thick layer of dead leaves, on the forest
floor smothers the park's most unique
and beautiful natural features.
Led by Caverns Park Manager Jason
Mauer, a team of park service officials are
setting off on a mission to bring the park,
back to it's natural glory.
In order to recreate natural plant condi-
tions, a combination of prescribed burn-
ing and control of exotic plants must be
implemented, said Ludlow.
"Here in Marianna, you guys have a
very unique ecosystem," explained Tova
Spector, a DEP biologist. "There are
species of plants- found only here. in
Jackson County. What we'd like to do is
restore the upland pine (forests) in the
park. What's also unique here is that
Jackson County has richer soil. Where
most of Florida has sand, you have clay.
With richer soil you can have a richer mix
of trees and plants."
Spector said regular prescribed bums
will allow the area's "true colors" to come
back.
"There are so many seeds out there


under all those leaves,. and that shade,
lying dormant and just waiting for some
sunlight to bring them out," :said Mark
-Hebb, a volunteer with Friends of the
Florida Caverns and former Division of
Forestry employee. .
In the days of Florida's early settle-
ment, lightning and other elements
caused frequent wild fires that helped its
natural ecosystem thrive. But develop-
ment eventually made wild fires less fre-
quent, said Ludlow.
Hebb, 61, recalled coming to the park
when he was five years old.
"It was a different place back then, For
every acre you could see 40 or 50 trees
and tall grass. I can remember being able
to see far into these woods. We used 'to
pick plumbs and blackberries here. I
know this will be a slow process, but it
will bring amazing results," said Hebb.
, Indeed, the process of bringing the park
back to its splendor of years gone by will
take several years more to achieve.
Mauer said the park will start the first
few years by thinning out the growth near
the forest floor.
By doing so, prescribed fires would be
more successful in burning away the
"duff layer", or layer of debris and dead
leaves that smother the native plants and
prevent seeds from growing, said Mauer.
Animals will most likely benefit from
the future prescribed fires, said Spector.
She said Fldrida is a land that, histori-


caIll. thrives from wildfires. Animals, she
said, have evolved well with the fires and
are rarely harmed by therfi.
Most native plants also. fare well in the
fires, she said, and so do their seeds.
"The soil is actually a good insulator of
heat," said Spector, so the seeds are pro-
tected in the soil from damage. Once the
fire burns debris away, the seeds get the
light they need to grow."
I There will be much to consider as the
park makes efforts in prescribed burning.
According to Jeff Johnson of the
Marianna office of the Division of
Forestry, weather, wind direction, smoke
management and other elements will be
thoroughly calculated prior to the start of
a fire.
Additionally, park officials will be in
close communication with its residential
neighbors.
"We want to be good neighbors so
we're happy to work with anyone who
has any question about this," said Mauer.
Mauer said he and other park officials
would be glad to meet with the communi-
ty again, as they did,on Saturday, to dis-
cuss restoration plans.
""We really encourage people to call
us, talk to us, ask questions," said Mauer.
Those wishing to do so may call the
ranger station, at 482-1228.
Anyone interested in volunteering with
the park may also call that number.


Charles McClellan
Funeral Home
15 South Jackson St.
Quincy, FL 32351,
850-627-7677
Rev. Hubert L. Edwards
The Rev. Hubert L.
"Shorty" Edwards, 86, passed
Friday, Sept. 19, 2008, at his
home. He was born in the
Polar Branch area of Liberty
County, March 22, 1922.
He was a painting contrac-
tor and retired Assembly of
God minister, having served as
pastor of the Old Assembly of
God (now Bethel) on two dif-
ferent occasions, the Quincy
Assembly of God on two 'dif-
ferent occasions, El Bethel
Assembly of God in Jackson
County, Rock Bluff Assembly
of God and Glad Tidings
Assembly of God (now
Harvest Chapel) in Oak
Grove. He also served as. the
presbyter of Sectioh 10, West
Florida District of Assembly
of God, for 17 years.
Visitation will be Monday,
Sept. 22, at the Bethel
Assembly of God Church,
from 10 a.m. EDT, until serv-
ice time at 11 a.m. EDT.
Interment will be at the Bethel
Cemetery in Greensboro.
He is survived by his wife of
67 years, Oleta Shepard
Edwards of Bristol; sons,
Frank Edwards (Gail) of
Quincy, and Kenny Edwards
(Alice). of Bristol;" sister-in-
law, the Rev. Pearl Shepard
Edw ards of Greensboro; six
grandchildren; six great-
grandchildren; and numerous
nieces and nephews.
Memorials may be made to
Covenant Hospice, 4440
Lafayette St., Marianna, FL,
32446.
Charles McClellan Funeral
Home, (850) 627-7677, of
Quincy is in charge -of
arrangements.
James & Sikes Funeral
Home Maddox Chapel
4278 Lafayette St.
Marianna, FL 32446
850-482-2332
www.jamesandsikesfuneral-
home.com
Charles Howell Hatcher

Charles Howell "C.H."
Hatcher, 78, of Grand Ridge
entered into eternal rest
Thursday, Sept. 18, 2008, after
a brief illness.
The funeral service will be
at 2 p.m., Sunday, Sept. 21, at
the El-Bethel Assembly of
God Church. Interment will
follow at Cypress Grove
Cemetery, with James & Sikes
Funeral Home Maddox
Chapel directing.
James & Sikes Funeral
Home Maddox Chapel
4278 Lafayette St.
Marianna, FL 32446
850-482-2332
www.jamesandsikesfuneral-
home.com
Daniel Elmo Guy

Daniel Elmo Guy, 81, of
Marianna, died Saturday,
Sept. 20, 2008, at Marianna
Health and Rehab Center.
Danny was born Jan. 17,
1927, to the Rev. Daniel


Norton Guy. and Grady
Shelley Guy, in Bascom.
He worked on the family
farm until he enlisted in the
Navy. He was medically dis-
charged in 1945. He worked
at McCaskill Motor Company
as a mechanic until December
1952, when he came a fireman
for the Marianna Fire
Department. He climbed to
the rank of assistant chief
before retiring in 1975.
Danny thoroughly enjoyed
being -a fireman. Anytime he
could help someone, he was
ready. At a fire he always put
his crew's safety ahead of sav-
ing a building, unless someone
was in the building. He
believed that if it wasn't safe
for him, then it wasn't safe for
the other firemen either.
He was a member ofthe
Jaycees during the late 1950s,
the Marianna Elks Club No.
1516, the Grade Ufiited
Methodist Church, and later
the First United Methodist
Church.
He was preceded in death
by his. parents; brother, Joel
Antee Guy, who died while
serving in the Mariana Islands
of the South Pacific for the
Navy in 1942; and two sisters,
Edna Wiggins and Ruth
Goldberger.
He is survived by his wife of
60 years, Zade Streetman
Guy; a nephew/son, James F.
Streetman and wife, Sandra,
of Marianna; a niece/daughter,
Laura Streetman Johnson and
husband, Myron, of Headland,
Ala.; a special nephew,
George Adams and wife,
Martha, of Enterprise, Ala.;
two brothers, Dempsey Guy
,and "Herman .P. Guy Sr. of
Marianna; three brothers-in-
law, David Goldberger, Kent
Wiggins and Bubba Streetman
and wife, Helen, all of
Marianna; and .one. sister-in-
law, Toollie Harkins and hus-
band, Jimmy, of Marianna.
He is also survived by six
grandchildren, Shanna Gainer
and husband, Ken, of Chipley,
Mandy Rogers of Chipley,
Michael Parris and wife,
Betsy, of Headland, Ala.,
Terry Clarke and wife, Diana,
of Pennsylvania, Kylie
Johnson Morgan and husband,
Braxton; of Headland, Ala.,
and Kassidy Streetman of
Panama City; and five great-
grandchildren, Chelsea Hill,
Jaymn Rogers, Ella Parris,
Kory Morgan and Shade
Barfield; and numerous nieces
and nephews.
The funeral service will be
at 11 a.m., Monday, Sept. 22,
at Maddox Chapel, with the
Rev. Dr. Bob McKibben and
the Rev. Jill Berquist-Wallace
officiating, Burial will follow
at Pinecrest Memorial
Gardens, with Jhmes & Sikes
Funeral Home Maddox
Chapel directing.
The family will receive
friends from 10 to 11 a.m.,
Monday, prior to the funeral
service at Maddox Chapel.
Marianna Fire and Rescue
will serve as pIallbearers.
Flowers will be accepted, or
contributions may be made to
the First United Methodist
Church Discretionary Fund
for the Needy, to Covenant
Hospice, or to your favorite
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Max Harkrider devours his hot dog
during September Fest. Mark
Skinner/ Floridan


Jordan Belser and Tiffany Newsome help Kara Jumper register to vote Friday during a Rock the Vote Rally sponsored by the Chipola College Chapter
of Phi Theta Kappa Mark Skinner/ Floridan


Wildlife rehabilitator Dianna Sue
Bryant talks- about Gypsy, a great
horned owl, during the second
annual September Fest at Signature
HealthCare at the Courtyard. -
Mark Skinner/ Floridan


CJemeteen Harvey and Briana Harvey visit with, Frances Bates during the second annu-
al September Fest at Signature HealthCare at the Courtyard.- Mark Skinner/ Floridan


Members of the Graceville High School team gets down to the song
"Macarena" after finishing up at the March of Dimes Walk for Babies
Saturday. Mark Skinner/ Floridan


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27 inch tall micro miniature horse,
was letting his hair down while eat-
ing supper. He belongs to Michael
Downum and is ten years old.
Left: Two hundred people took part
in this year's March of Dimes Walk
for Babies event and it raised over
$30,000. Mark Skinner/
Floridan


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2B Sunday, September 21, 2008 Jackson County Floridan


JACKSON COUNTY LIFE www.JCFLORIDAN.com


Mr. Harry T. and Mrs.
Mamie M. Vann are hon-
ored to announce the mar-
riage of their daughter,
Sharena L. Vann, to George
D. Rivers.Jr.
. The bride-elect is the
paternal granddaughter of
Mrs. Mary L. Vann and the
late Grover C. Vann Sr. of
Greenwood. She is the
maternal granddaughter of
the late Mr. Frank and Mrs.
Rose B. McLeroy.
The bride-elect is
employed with an agency
for persons with disabili-
ties.


Peacock
celebrates 91st

Bonnie Peacock recently
celebrated her 91st birthday, at
her home in Cottondale. Her
actual birthday is July 1,
Celebrating with her were
her children, grandchildren'
and great-grandchildren.
Mrs. Peacock's children are
Edwin Peacock and Sadie
Dixon of Tallahassee, and
Bobbie Harris, Shirley
Barwick and Kathy Roberts of
Marianna.
Everyone enjoyed the day
with the honoree, and enjoyed
the beautiful birthday cake
baked by Donna Mayhall.



Weeks


turns 2,
Sarah Lynne Weeks turned
2 on Sept. 12, 2008. She is the
daughter of Melissa and
Danny Weeks.
Maternal grandparents are
Theresa and Don Johnson of
Sneads. Great-grandparents
are Luvirn and the Rev. Beryl.
Mihlfeld. '
Paternal grandparents are
Pam Weeks, and Carl and
Carla Weeks, and great-graud-
parents are Shirley and Lloyd
Williams, all of Sneads.
Sarah is joined by two sis-
ters, Haylee and Kayla. She
celebrated with a "My Little
Pony" party at Wynn Street
Park in Marianna, with friends
and family.


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN

United Way of Northwest
Florida will kick off its annual
Cofnmunity Campaign on
Wednesday, Sept. 24, at 11:30
a.m., at the Jackson County
Chamber of Commerce.
The Community Campaign
is a drive to raise funds to sup-
port the 21 United Way affili-
ated non-profit agencies in
Jackson County. Community
leaders and volunteers will
meet to announce the 2008
*Campaign goal. and discuss
strategies.
The Community Campaign
Chairman for 2008 is Dr. Gene
Prough, Chipola College
President. The Immediate
Past-Chairman and 2008 Vice-
chairman is Art Kimbrough,
President and CEO of the
Jackson County Chamber of


The prospective groom is
the son of Mr. George and
Mrs. Sallie M. Rivers.
He is' the paternal grand-
son of the late Mr. L.S. and
Mrs. Leola B. Rivers, and,
the maternal grandson of
Mrs. Lue Mortilla and the
late Mr. Cleveland
Williams.of Marianna.
The prospective groom is
employed with Dozier
phase I.
The couple will wed on
Saturday, Oct. 25, 2008, at
5 p.m., in the Second West
Baptist Association build-
ing in Marianna.


Bonnie Peacock


Sarah Lynne Weeks


Commerce.
To ensure a successful cam-
paign, United Way of
Northwest Florida is seeking
local people to volunteer a few
hours each week during the
campaign season which runs
through Friday, Nov. 14.
United Way of Northwest
Florida is a local agency that
raises money for organizations
the local community.. These
organizations offer help to
newborns, senior citizens and
everyone in between that live
in Jackson County. Unless a
donor requests otherwise, the
. money raised in Jackson
County stays in the county for
the benefit of all involved.
For further information,
please call Tommy McDonald,
Jr. at 832-2919 or Bryan
Craven 718-2264.


Stay up to date on Jackson County Life by
subscribing to the Floridan. Call 526-3614.


Max and Carol Rischar at their wedding.

Rischars to celebrate 50


Max. and Carole Rischar
were married on Oct. 4, 1958,
in Little Rock, Ark., at the
Little Rock Air Force .Base
chapel.
The couple has three chil-
dren, seven grandchildren and
one great-grandchild. ,
The Rischars' son, Timothy,
lives with his wife, Theresa,
and two, daughters, Alexis and
Samantha, in Marianna.
The couple's daughter,


Kimberly C. Rischar, has a
daughter, Jessica C, Jansen,
husband, Bill,' one son,
Joshua T. Walton, and a grand-
son, Will Jansen. They live in
Illinois and Missouri.
Their son, Mark, and his
wife', Melinda, have three
daughters, .Christi Rischar,
Katie Rischar and Marissa
Boyer. They live in Maryland,
Wisconsin and Pennsylvania.


The Rischars, present.


Cockerhams celebrate

first anniversary


, Mr. and Mrs. .Tony
Cockerham will soon cele-
brate their one-year
anniversary. The couple
was married on Sept. 25,
2007. Together they have a
1-year-old daughter named
Sienna.
Princess is the daughter
of Clinnie Brinson and
Shirley Jackson. Tony is.
the son of Dwight and


Daisy Cockerham.
They have been a couple
for three years say that
even now it feels like the
day they first met.
The Cockerhams 'look
'forward to many more
years of enjoying each
other's love and friendship,
and say, "God has blessed
our marriage, and He is the
reason we have each other."


Amber Denese Powell and Jeremy Don Jenkins


Powell, Jenkins to wed


Gloria Powell and the
late David Powell of
Conway, S.C. announce the
engagement of their daugh-
ter, Amber Denese Powell,
to Jeremy Don Jenkins. He
is the son of Donnie
Jenkins of Bonifay; and
Cindy and John Mitchell of
Marianna.
Grandparents of the
bride-elect are Robert and
Myrtle Black of Conway,
S.C.; and Marthalee Powell
and the late J.C. Powell of
Conway, S.C.
The prospective groom is
the. grandson of the late
Harold and the late Ruby
Murphy of Graceville; and
Tom and Vonzie Jenkins of
Bonifay.


Granberry

and Dixon

welcome

a son
Mr. Derek Granberry and
Ms. Michelle Dixon .of
Marianna. announce the birth
of a son, O'Shawn Derek
'Granberry, on May 27, 2008,
at Jackson Hospital, in
* Marianna.
At birth, he weighed six
pounds, four ounces, and was
20 inches in length.
He joins a sister, Tacara
Granberry, and two brothers,
Derek Granberry Jr. and
Deon'trey Granberry.
Maternal grandparents are
Joyce Dixon and Willie
Harrison Sr. of Crestview, and
Wanda Goldsmith of
Marianna.



Roberts

turns 1

Blake Ryan Roberts of
Grand Ridge celebrated his
first birthday on Aug. 29,
2008. He is the son of Ryan.
and Jennifer Roberts of Grand
Ridge.
A cookout and pool party
was held on Aug. 30, at the
home of Grandpa Roberts in
Grand Ridge. The theme of
the party was a little prince.
After singing Happy
Birthday, Blake dug into his
crown cake that his mom
made. He then opened his
many gifts from his friends
and family.' Afterward, the
kids had fun trying to bieak
the'crown. pinata. Blake really
had a blast.
Maternal grandparents are
Greg and Rhonda Brown of
Fountain; and James and Julie


She is a 1997 graduate of
Conway High School,.
received a B.S. degree in
nursing from the University
of South Carolina, and is
currently pursuing a mas-
ter's degree in nursing edu-
cation. She is employed
with Jackson Hospital in
. Marianna.
He is a 1992 graduate of
Marianna High School and
received a B.S. degree in
criminology from Florida
State University. He is
employed with the Federal
Bureau of Prisons in
Marianna.
The wedding will take
place on Nov. 15, 2008, at
5:30 p.m., at Whitfield
Chapel in Savannah, Ga.


O'Shawn Derek Granberry

Paternal grandmother is
Jenett McNealy of Marianna.
Paternal step-grandfather is'
Nathaniel Mullins of
Marianna.
Great-grandparents are
Emma and Sam Grandberry,
both of Orlando.


Blake Ryan Roberts

Condrey of Cottondale.
Paternal grandparents are
Richard and the late Holley
Roberts anfd Ellen Roberts of
Grand Ridge.
Maternal great-grandpar-
ents are Richard and Rochelle
Wagner of Marianna; and the
late Buster Condrey and
Dorise Condrey of
Cottondale.


Jackson County Life policy:

Birthdays photographs with copy are free for children 12 years old and under and adults 90 years old and above. There
are no exceptions.
All other birthdays, including those signifying special birthdays such as 40th or 50th, must run as paid advertisements.
Weddings $35 for the.first 250 words. $20 for an additional 150 words. One photo is allowed per wedding.
Engagements $35 for the first 250 words. $20 for an additional 150 words. One photo is allowed per engagement.
Anniversaries Free for the 50th, 75th and any anniversaries above 75. Anniversaries in this category may include up
to two photos an early years of marriage photo and a present-day picture.
Anniversaries that do not meet the requirements for free placement cost $35 for the first 250 words and may include one
photo. A second photo will cost an additional $20. Also, a charge of $20 will be added for each additional 150 words.The
Jackson County Floridan reserves the right to edit all advertising and news content submitted for publication. Deadline for
Sunday is Wednesday at noon. Send submissions to editonal@jcfloridan.com or 'mail them to P.O. Box 520, Marianna, FL,
32447.


George D. Rivers Jr. and Sharena L. Vann


Vann, Rivers to wed


United Way to kick off

Jackson County campaign






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Bake-off brings in cash for



community outreach projects


SPECIAL TO TH1 FLORIDAN
The Baptist College of
Florida (BCF) in Graceville
gym was filled Sept. 9 with
sweet treats and students look-
ing for a good dessert to take
back to the dorm for a late
night snack. Baptist Collegiate
Ministries (BCM) Director,
Brianne Eure, organized a


First place winner Megan
Powel holds up her winning
cake at the BCM bake-off. -
Contributed photo


bake-off and auction to raise
money for several community
outreach opportunities that
-will be offered during the
semester. "I really wanted the
students to have a chance to
use their baking talents while
helping BCM raise money
towards our future Monthly
Community Outreach
Projects. It was a great oppor-
tunity for the student body to
come together and have a little
fun, use their hidden baking
talents, and exercise their taste
buds to sample all the deli-
cious goodies. Why not have
fun while making funds?" said
Eure.
After students sampled each
of the desserts, they had the
opportunity to vote on the one
they thought tasted the best.
Faculty and staff judges were
also invited to grade the good-
ies on taste, originality, and
presentation. 0
nee everyone had a chance
to vote, identical desserts were


auctioned off to the highest
bidder.
First place went to Megan
Powell who made a chocolate
caramel cheesecake that
brought in $65 for BCM's
community outreach projects.
H6r prize included a $25
gift certificate to Piggly
Wiggly and "The Best Baker
Trophy."
Other winners included sec-
ond place Kevin Stone with
his Pineapple Coconut Cake,
and third place winner
Brittany Huston who baked
Chocolate Chip Peanut Butter
Whip Sandwiches.
The big winner of the
evening was BCM and the
Graceville community. The
students raised a total of
$258.68 to go towards out-
reach projects including a free
car wash and yard work done
throughout the Graceville
Neighborhoods'.
To learn more about BCM
and planned.outreach projects,


BCM Director Brianne Eure
holds up the money received
from the BCM bake-off which
will be used for community
outreach projects. -
Contributed photo


simply contact Brianne Eure,
BCM Director, at (800) 328-
2660, ext. 409.


Jackson County Floridan Sunday, September 21, 2008 3B



Master gardeners' daffodil
program, bulb sale set for Oct. 4


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
The Jackson County
Master Gardeners are hav-
ing their Second Annual
Daffodil Program and Bulb
Sale on Saturday, Oct. 4,
from 10 a.m. to noon, at the
Jackson County-
Agricultural Complex,
2741 Pennsylvania Ave.,
Marianna.
The $10 cost includes
lunch, hand-outs and door


prizes.
Local expert Linda Van
Beck will cover: An
overview of the history of
Daffodils in Florida, The
Botany of a Bulb, and
Which ones really grow
here and how to plant and
care for them.
Please call 482-9620 to
pre-register by Oct. 2, for a
lunch count.


Chipola Artist Series opens

with 'Vienna to Broadway'


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
The Chipola College Artist
Series opens Monday, Sept.
22, with "Vienna to
Broadway" presented by the
Jacksonville Lyric Opera
Company.
"Vienna to Broadway"
includes highlights of
operetta, grand opera, and
classic Broadway favorites
performed by a quartet of gift-
ed soloists and their superb
accompanist.
Titles include The Merry
Widow, Die Fledermiaus, La
Boheme, La Traviata, The
Student Prince, Show Boat
and Carousel. The show fea-
tures musical staging reflect-
ing the historical period of.
each piece, supported by
seamless transitions from
number i to number. Stylish
costumes and colorful scenic
projections will add to the
audience's enjoyment of this
musical presentation. Vienna
to Broadway. is produced in
association with Opera.
Management Corporation,
New York City.
Three more exciting .per-
formances will are scheduled
as part of the series.
"An. Appalachian
Christmas," presented by the
Atlanta Pops Orchestra is set
for Dec. 8. "An Appalachian
Christmas" creates the feeling
of a small community at
Christmas time with a diverse
program including holiday
favorites ranging from "The
12 Days of Christmas," to
"Deck the Halls," and music
from the Appalachian region
using'flute, harp, dulcimer as
performed by Gefitle Rain and
Scott Douglas..
"The Music at the
Crossroads", presented by
Celtic Crossroads will have
audiences enjoying St.
Patrick's Day a bit early on
Jan. 26. Celtic Crossroads is
critically-acclaimed as one of
the best live music concerts to
come from Ireland in over 20
years. This magical display of
music incorporates seven
world-class musicians, play-
ing an array of both traditional
and non-traditional instru-
ments on stage, creating an


'Vienna to Broadway'
Series on Sept. 22. -


unforgettable musical experi-
ence.
Christine Yoshikawa, classi-
cal pianist, will perform.
March 24. The Canadian.
pianist has enjoyed a fiulti-
faceted international career
performing as soloist with
orchestras, recitalist, chamber
musician, and teaching mas-.
terclasses throughout North
Anmerica, Europe, and Asia.
Critics have praised her' as. an
artist of "impeccable artistry
and virtuosity" for her inter-
pretationr of traditional and
contemporary repertoire. She
is on the Roster of Recording
Artists for Eroica Classical
Recordings and serves on fac-
ulty at Chipola College.
The Chipola Artist Series is
funded through Chipola's
Performing Arts Fund, with.
grants from .the National
Endowment forthe Arts, the
Southern Arts Federation, the
Florida Division of Cultural
Affairs, the Chipola Regional'
Arts Association and corpo-
rate donors.
Season tickets-$40 for all
four events-are available.
Individual event tickets-$12
for adults and $8 for ages 18
and under-will be available


Sept. 22


will open the Chipola College Artists
Contributed photo


prior to .each performance at
the Chipola Business Office.
For performance informa-
tion,,contact Joan Stadsklev at
850-718-2301 or stad-
sklevj @chipola.edu.


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'In God we trust'


BY THOMAS VINCENT MURPHY
There is a higher level of
concern for the well being of
our country these days than I
have ever witnessed.
The many major negative
situations that have taken
place this year has given us a
rude awakening of how uncer-
tain life can be.
Many of the citizens who
have worked so hard to pur-
chase homes have lost them
because of the financial strain
partly caused by inflation. The
price of gasoline is "crazy"!
Life in our great country
(we're still the greatest country
in the world) seems to be more
unpredictable than ever.
The presidential candidates
are promising to turn things
around, if they are elected.
They (the candidates) have
bashed each other on' a regular
basis, and tried to discredit
one another with commercials
and in their speeches.
The media has called the
candidates everything from
unqualified and misleading, to.
just plain liars.
But I must give our capdi-
dates credit for being bold,
daring.and confident. You see,
you must have those qualities
(be bold, daring and confi-
dent),' or a huge ego, to lead
the most powerful country, in
the world, and take over the
tremendous responsibility of
leading us out of the mess we
are in.
Economic problems along
with the disasters that have
taken place in our country, has
many of our citizens strug-
gling for survival.
"Survival" is no longer just
a television show; for many it
has become, real life!
Devastation is taking place
throughout the world: hurri-
canes, tornadoes, earthquakes
and other calamities (diseases
and starvation).
Other countries have dealt
with devastation throughout
their history; while we,,
despite having catastrophes of
our own, have used our 'tech-
nology to save rMany lives by
giving advanced warnings to
our citizens when trouble is on
the horizon.
In certain respects,. we are
beginning to live- in perilous
times. So called experts are
giving us predictions pro and
con about .the future of our
economy and the safety of our
country. .
People are putting tleir trust
and belief in psychics -and
their predictions.
During this period of history
I've -decided to bring one of
the statements our great coun-


Murphy


try was based on to the fore-
front of my reasoning; "In
God We Trust"!
With this in mind, much qf
the madness. that is taking
place' these days has not had as
much of an impact on me. as it
has on some others.
In fact, anyone who profess-
es to believe in God, no matter
what denomination you are
part of, should start practicing
that belief. I always feel there
.is "hope for the future of our
country", and if we can
remember what our country is
based on, we will continue to
be blessed.
Otherwise, this is only the
beginning of tough days
ahead. The reason so many of
our citizens are shocked at the
economic problems we are'
facing today is because the
large, rich financial organiza-
tions of our country and the
world are controlling the
financial aspects that affect
our lives.
The average citizen only
deals with his or her personal
income which seems to be
shrinking more .and more,
because of the increasing price
of living; which many feel has
been caused by the greed of.
the wealthy.
Where do we go from here
(to avoid confusion, please
don't ask the presidential can-
didates)?
To me,' that question
depends highly on your indi-
oidual perception of hife. If
you really\ behese in God, as
many of us say we do, you
will put your faith and trust in
'Him.
SIf you believe in and read
"The Word", some .of the
things happening these days
won't be such a big surprise.
As for me, ."actions speak
louder than words", so I am
definitely going to go old
school (when our country was
born and continue to follow
Sthe statement that's right on
.the money; "In God We
Trust".


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The Progressive 12 assist Chipola students


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
Chipola College students
Charles Clayton, Ashley
Staley and Pilya Chaney are
this year's recipients of the
Progressive 12 Club book
scholarship grant.
Each year the club assists
two. qualified students that
plan to attend Chipola with
"the purchase of books for
one semester.
* The civic and social organ-
ization is comprised of 1'
members dedicated to mak-
ing life better for selected
Jackson County citizens.
According to President
Shepherd Myrick, the club's
goal is to assist deserving
students in bettering their
educational careers and
becoming productive adults
in the community.
In addition to purchasing
books for college students,
the club sponsors an Easter
egg hunt for smaller chil-
dren, a July 4th picnic and a


From left, Progressive 12 Vice President Tommie Speights, Pilya Chaney, Charles Clayton
and President Shepherd Myrick. Not pictured: Ashley Staley. Contributed photo


Thanksgiving social for citi- club 'also assist church
zens of the community. The groups and citizens in need.


Than


,ou for


our, support.


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Partners for Pets on parade


If you are interested in endar for Saturday, October
adopting any of these pets 18, 2008, because it is time for
from Partners for Pets, please Pet-toberfest again. It will be
come by; 4011 Maintenance held from 9:00 a.m. 2 p.m. at
Dr., in Marianna. The shelter the Citizens Lodge on Caverns
hours are Monday through Rd., in Marianna, FL There
Friday 10:00 ,- 3:00 and will be many .fun activities,
Saturday 10:00 1:00. You including the popular kids and
can also call the shelter at 482- pets dress up for Pet Parade,
4570 for more information or along with face painting, pet
v i. s i .t pictures with Santa, owner/pet
www.partnersforpets.petfind- lookalike contest and much
er.com more. Dogs and cats from the
Make sure to mark your cal- shelter will be available for


adoption.
There will be a large silent
auction, along with antique
appraisals by Justin Peters of
Wiregrass Auction Depot for a
small fee. All proceeds from
this event benefit the Partners
for Pets Inc., Phil Rotolo
Memorial Animal Shelter.
Please call 850-693-0605
for more information or to
volunteer. It will be a great
day to spend with your family
and pets.


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But she was not afraid to go
For though the path she did not know,
She took Death's Hand without a fea;
"" AFor He who safely brought her here
SHad told her He would lead the way
Into Eternity's Bright Day...
And so she did not go alone
Into the "Valley That's Unknown" -
She gently took Death By The Hand
And journeyed to "The Promised Land" .
And there, with step so light and gay,
She polishes the sun by day
And lights the stars that shine at night
And keeps the moonbeams silvery bright, .
For Mothers really never die,
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NCAAF ..........20
National ......... 5C
International ...6-7C
Fishing ........... 4C
Bowling ..........3C


Davis


eads


Pirates past



Franklin Co.


BY DUSTIN KENT
.FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR
The Sneads Pirates
notched their first win of
the season Friday night
against Franklin County at
home, thanks in large part
to the multi-dimensional
talents of senior Jeff
Davis.
Davis rushed for 125
yards and a touchdown on
offense, returned a kickoff
80 yards for a touchdown
for the special teams and
anchored the defense with
three interceptions to lead
the Pirates to a 40-19 win.
Sneads is now 1-1 on
the season and 1-0 in
District 1-1A play,
rebounding from an sea-
son-opening loss to
Cottondale.
"It was our first home
game and that was good.
We had a good crowd,"
Sneads coach Don
Dowling said. "I was
telling someone (Friday


"Jeff Davis was
the hero of the
game, no doubt.
He had a great
night, an
exceptional night,
the kind you
dream about."
-Don Dowling,
Sneads coach
night) that the first (win)
is the hardest one to get
and it was.
"But everybody '.pretty
much got to play and we
had a big crowd and a lot
of excitement." '
Sneads jumped out to a
26-7 halftime lead thanks
to four total touchdowns
by Lawson and Davis.
Lawson scored the first
two touchdowns for the


Sneads quarterback Taylor Edge drops back to throw
in a game earlier this season. The Pirates won their
first game Friday night 40-19 over Franklin County in
Sneads. Floridan File Phofo


Pirates on runs of 1 and 30
yards.
Davis then scored on a
4-yard touchdown run and
answered Franklin
County's first touchdown
right before the half by
returning the ensuing
kickoff for a touchdown.


, The Seahawks scored
on their opening drive of
the second half to make it
26-13, but the Pirates
answered with a 2-yard
touchdown run by
Lawson.
See SNEADS, Page 3C >r


Lady Bulldogs takes two


of three from Chipley
BY SHELIA MADE 1
FLORIDAN CORRESPONDENT '


The Marianna High
School- Lady Bulldogs
volleyball team took
two of three matches
from : the .visiting
Chipley Lady .Tigers
Thursday night at .the
new Marianna High
,School gym.'
The freshman team
fell in two sets but the
junior varsity .avenged
their' loss with two
straight wins over the
Chipley JV team.
: Game one \\as an
overtime thriller with
the Lady Dogs hanging
on to, win 27-25, fol-
lowed by a 25-20 game
two victory.
In game one, the.
Lady Dogs trailed 21-
15 When Caycee Griffin
went to the line to har-
row the deficit in half.
It was Megan
Gardner whose serve
tied the game at 24 -to
force it to overtime.
Chipley took over to
make it 25-24 Chipley
before Alex Sanchez
sealed the win from the
line at 27-25.
Game two proved to


Marianna's Ciara Ham strikes the ball during a
game Thursday in Marianna. Mark
Skinner/Floridan


be a much easier game
for the young Lady
Bulldogs.
After trailing 5-2,
Marianna came back to


lead 7-5 and never
trailed from that point
forward.
See MHS, Page 3C >


Blacked out


Miles helps lead Tigers to 54-18

massacre of Holmes County


.. BY DUSTIN KENT
FL'-i i, N ,i,-T-: E .i T.-.r
GRACEVILLE career night
by -Justin Miles and a dominating
team rushing performance paced the
Graceville Tigers to a 54-18 \\ in o% er
Holmes County Friday night.
The Tigers rushed for a whopping
- 498 yards as a team, with 184 of
those yards coming from Miles.
The senior Tigers quarterback also
scored four touchdowns on runs of
34, 27, 5 and 67 yards.
Graceville moved to 2-1 on the
season.
"It was good game for us. We did
pretty much what we wanted to do,"
Tigers coach Todd Wertenberger said
after the game. "Our offensive line
really did the job all night."
They certainly did, opening up
gaping holes all night not only for
.Miles but also for running backs
Antrell Wright and Treyshaun White,
as well as fullback Leron Hoover.
Wright rushed for 135 yards and
touchdown on 11 carries, while
White carried it 13 times for 92 yards
and a touchdown.
Hoover scored two times on eight
carries and 63 yards, but found him-


self being more of a decoy Friday
night than he was the previous week
against NMariianna when he rushed 30
times for 149 yards .
"i Holmes County' %as planning to
stop Hooer. so \ve planned to tos it
outside and make them pay for it,"
Wertenberger said. "When they were
thinking inside, we were going out-
side and vice versa.
"When we're clicking, it makes it
'hard for a defense to choose who to
key on."
The Tigers wasted little time get-
ting the offense going, taking their
first possession 80 yards on just four
plays, with a 46-yard run by Wright
setting up Miles' first score from 34
yards out.
A 76-yard kickoff return by Jomar
Concepcion put the Blue Devils in
prime position to answer at the
Graceville 11-yard line, but the Tiger
defense stood firm, stopping
Concepcion on fourth down from the
2-yard line.
Graceville then proceeded to
march 98 yards on 12 plays for
another touchdown, this time on a 1-
* yard Hoover run to make it 14-0 with
See TIGERS, Page 2C >


Graceville's Treyshaun White [7] runs the football after getting it from
Justin Miles during Friday night's 54-18 win over Holmes County in
Graceville. -Mark Skinner/Floridan


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GRMS girls

split pair

with Vernon
BY SHELIA MADER
FLORIDAN CORRESPONDENT
In Middle School girls basket-
ball action, the Grand Ridge Lady
Indians; traveled to Vernon
Thursday and came away with one
win and one loss.
The seventh-grade team defeat-
ed the Vernon Yellow Jackets 30-
12 while the eighth-grade team
fell 25-20. In game one, neither
team could produce any offense in
the first quarter, with missed lay-
ups and jump shots, and ended the
quarter with a 2-1 score.
The second quarter provided.
more offense with the Lady
Indians leading 10-5 at the half.
Grand Ridge took the court after
the half and picked up nine points
while holding Vernon to six to
make it, a 19-11 game with only
one quarter left to play.
The Lady Indians offense
proved too much for the Lady
Yellow Jackets in the-final quarter.
Leading Grand Ridge in scoring
was Aliyah Williams with 15
points, followed by Tina Jefferies
with six points,
Chastity McGriff, Brandi
See GRMS, Page 4C >


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2c Sunday, September 21, 2008 Jackson County Floridan


SPORTS


portt MHS golf team


Soccer Coaches and
Officials
The Marianna Recreation
Department is seeking peo-
ple interested in coaching
soccer or officiating soccer
for the upcoming 2008 sea-
son.
Training for coaches and
officials will be provided by
the Recreation Department.
If interested, please call
482-6228.
Chipola Leadership
Banquet
NCAA coach of the year
Bill Self of the University
of Kansas and Greg
Marshall of Wichita State
will speak at the Chipola
Leadership- Banquet at
Chipola College Oct. 4 at 7
:-p.m.
The leadership banquet is
free and open to the public.
Business leaders and high
school athletic departments
are also invited to attend
and bring their staff and
employees.
For more information
regarding the Oct. 4 event,
call Joc Calloway at 850-
718-2451 or Greg Heiar at
850-573-6839.'
Pitcher/Catcher
Showcase
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.
Turkey Shoot Cancer
Benefit
On Oct. 11, there will be
a turkey shoot to benefit the
Breast Cancer Society from
10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at
Specialty Arms in Grand
Ridge. Call Jeff or Cathy at
592-4009.
Chipola Cheer Fest
Deadline for fees and
forms for 'the Chipola
College Cheer Fest .and
Critique Day is Oct. 17.
The event for area all-star
and recreation cheer squads
is Oct. 26 at 2 p.m. in the
Milton H. Johnson Health
Center. The public is invit-
ed. Admission is $5 for ages
5 and up. Contact DeFelix
at 850-718-2322 or e-mail:'
defelixg@chipola.edu,
Sports Briefs
Send all -sports items to
editorial@jcfloridan. corn,
or fax them to 482-4478.
The mailing address for the
'paper is Jackson County
"Floridan P.O. Box. 520
Marianna, Fla. 32447.


takes first place



in home match

BY SHELIA MADER The win comes following a
FLORIDAN CORRESP)NDENT Tuesday second-place finish
at Chipley.
The Marianna High School Holmes County took that
golf team took first place in a match with a 171, while
home match on Thursday Marianna was second with a
defeating Port St. Joe and 176.
Wewa. Chipley came in third with a
The Bulldogs shot a 183 183 while Bethlehem was on
with St. Joe coming in second the board with a 240.
on a score of 190. Sammy Gadd led the Dogs
Wewa was a distant third at with a 42, followed by
227. Cameron Oliver with 43.
Marianna was led by Tyler Harrison Fuqua shot a 45,
"Jabo" Harris who .shot a 43, narrowly leading Tyler Harris
followed by Harrison Fuqua with a 46. Ethan Ellerbee was
with a 46. on the board with a 55 while
Tying for third with a 47 Alton Stone shot a 62.
was Sammy Gadd and Alton The Bulldogs will continue
Stone. .Ethar Ellerbee and play next week when they
Cameron Oliver both shot 49 travel to Sunny' Hills or
. on the afternoon. Tuesday.


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1:31 left in the first period.
Holmes County fumbled on the first play of
its next possession, giving the ball back to
Graceville at the Blue Devils' 41-yard line.
Three plays later, Miles was in the endzone
again after a 27-yard run to make it 20-0 with
16.3 seconds remaining in the first quarter.
The Blue Devils finally got on the board
with 6:58 left in the first half, converting a
10-play, 49-yard drive with a 5-yard run by
C.J. Lee to make it 20-6.
However, the Tigers squashed any notion of
a rally with touchdowns runs of 5 and 4 yards
by Miles and White to push the lead to four
touchdowns at 34-6.
Wright scored from 24 yards out on the
Tigers' first possession of the second half and
a 67-yard touchdown- run by Miles put


Graceville up 46-12 with 7:26 left in ,the
third.
At game's end, Miles, Wright, White and
Hoover had combined to run the ball 43 times
for 474 yArds.
However, Wertenberger was quick to credit
the offensive line, as well as the balance of
the Graceville option attack.
"It was just a really good effort by the line,"
the coach said. "Justin had a big night, but if
you look at our other games, it was Antrell
who had the big night in the first game, then
Treyshaun in the second game, then Hoover
against Marianna and now Justin tonight.
"If you take one of them away, someone
else will step up."
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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

Notice is hereby given to all property owners, taxpayers and citizens of the City of Marianna,
Florida that the Marianna City Commission will meet in public session at 6:00 p.m. on
Tuesday, October 7, 2008 in the Commission Chambers at City Hall with the following pro-
posals to be considered:

1. Whether the Commission should adopt the following ordinances entitled:

ORDINANCE #959 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF MARIANNA, FLORIDA
AMENDING ARTICLE 5 OF THE LAND DEVELOPMENT CODE, AS AMENDED BY
ORDINANCE NO. 863, WHICH WAS ADOPTED FEBRUARY 2, 1999; AMENDED BY
ORDINANCE NO 893, WHICH WAS ADOPTED ON APRIL 2, 2002; AND FURTHER
AMENDED BY ORDINANCE NO. 899, WHICH WAS ADOPTED ON SEPTEMBER 3,
2002; DEALING WITH SIGN REGULATIONS; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY AND
PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

2. Such other matters as may come before the Commission.

The ordinance is on file and may be obtained or inspected from the office of the City Clerk in
City Hall located at 2898 Green Street, Marianna, Florida during regular business hours. All
persons owning land, having an interest in the above proposed ordinance, or being otherwise
affected are invited to attend and be heard.

Kay Dennis
Municipal Development Director


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Floridan's Kindel Lanes weekly bowling report


09/15/08
Monday Night Hi Rollers
Team Standings

1) Mary's Child Care
2) Chuck's Ducks
3) Adams Funeral Home
4) Cottondale PD
5) Jackson's BP
6) Now What
7)The Paddock Club
8) Kindel Lanes


W-L
7-1
6-2
5-3
5-3
5-3
4-4
2-6
1-7


High Team Game: Chuck's Ducks
High Team Series: Mary's Child Care
High Game Female: Cathy Strong
High Game Male: Jeff Kindelspire
High Series Female: Thelma Beloat
High Series Male: Jeff Kindelspire


7) The Pacers
8) Champion Tile
9) Davis Optometry
10) Gazebo


9.5-10.5
9-11
7-13
4-16


High Team Game: Family Dentistry 901
High Team Series:Family Dentistry 2601
High Game Female: LuAnn Kindelspire 199
High Game Male: Jeff Kindelspire 216
High Series Female: LuAnn Kindelspire
548
High Series Male: Jeff Kindelspire 639


950
2740
206
226
519
597


09/16/2008
Tuesday Morning Coffee League
Team Standings
W-L
1) Family Dentistry 13.5-6.5
2) Bat Friends 13-7
3) James & Sikes 12-8
4) 1001 Uses 11-9
5) The Misfits 11-9
6) Hopkins 10-10


09/16/2008
Tuesday Night Mixed League
Team Standings

1) AllState
2)SCBC
3) Ralph Shelton Realty
4) Backwoods Bowlers
5) Our Gang,
6) Precision
7). Foursome
8) Sonny's BBQ


W-L
10-6
10-6
10- 6
9.5-6.5
9-7
9-7
6-10
4.5-11.5


High Team Game: SCBC
High Team Series: SCBC
High Game Female: Dale Reynolds
High Game Male: Tim Gaffaney


1006
2699
214
231


Sneads
Continued From Page 1C
Sneads put the game away Pirates defense with four whole thing started off."
for good late in the third when sacks, while Billy Knight Sneads had a scary moment
Josh Rogers picked off a added 14 tackles, Jamar White in the ,game when Dustin
swing pass and returned it 20 had 11 and John Locke had 10 Blake took a hard hit and had
yards for a touchdown to stops. to be taken off the field and
make it 40-13 after three quar- "That's pretty much normal later to a hospital.
ters.Lawson, who was still for Kinard," Dowling said of However, Dowling said that
gimpy after suffering a high- the senior defensive lineman. Blake was released Saturday.
ankle sprain, against "Once he gets started, his and was okay.
Cottondale, finished with 100 motor is always running. Next up for Sneads is a
yards and three touchdowns. "Everybody contributed to powerful West Gadsden team
But it was Davis, who also the win and everyone was that blew'out Blountstown 37-
had a 73-yard punt in the tired and beaen up when the 10 and were barely edged out
game, who owned this night. game was over." 5-3 by 4A Crestview Friday.
"Jeff Davis was the hero of Dowling said it didn't end Dowling said he knows his
the game, no doubt," Dowling as pretty as he'd hoped, but he team will have to play its best
said. "He had a great night, an was happy with the effort. against the Panthers.
exceptional night, the kind "We got kind of. sloppy "The big test is coming up
you dream about. Good things there at the end with penalties, next week," the coach said.
seemed to happen when Jeff but the defense played well "West Gadsden is a big rivalry
got his hands on the ball." most of the night," Dowling anyway. It's going to be a
Michael Kinard led the, said. "They really got the war."


MHS
Continued From Page 1C


High Series Female: Dale Reynolds
High Series Male: Justin Arnold

09/17/2008
WEDNESDAY NIGHT MIXED
Team Standings


W-L
1) Mr.Bingo 12-4
2)Wal-Mart 11-5,
3) Hollis Body Shop 10-6
4) Redwood Bay/Hinson House B&B
10-6
5) Meghan & Her Guys 10-6
6) Marianna Toyota 10-6
7) DBBLL Trouble 8-8
8) Seminole Lodge 6-10
9) Wade Mercer Attorney at Law 6-10
.10) Vac 5-11
11) Barely Bowlers 5-11
12) Nailport Express 3-13

High Team Game: Redwood Bay/Hinson
House B&B 1187


534 High Team Series: Marianna Toyota
621 High Game Female: Kelly Davis
High Game Male: Jason Kindelspire
High Series Female: Kelly Davis
High Series Male: Jack Townsell


09/18/2008
Chipola League
Team Standings

1)Marianna Truss
2) Marianna Office Supply
3) Redwood Bay Lumber
4) Al's Team
5) Bryant's BP
6) Smith's Supermarket


3411
236
259
595
695


W-L
10-6
10-6
* 8-8
8-8
7-9
5-11


*High Team Game: Al's Team 1245
High Team Series: Al's Team 3412
High Series Female: LuAnn Kindelspire 564
High Series Male: Jay Roberts 690
High Game Female: LuAnn Kindelspire 225
High Game Male: Al Pumphrey 257


Tiffany Lawrence led MHS
in service points with 10 and
two aces, followed by Gardner
with eight serves and zero
mistakes.
Gardner also recorded' four
spikes. Alex Sanchez was on
the board with six service
points and three aces, while
Bailey Harkins had six service
points and 15 assists.
Allison Hutton had six serv-
ice points, five spikes and two
kills with Kara Roberts
recording four hits and one
kill.
Caycee Griffin led the team
in assists with 16.

In varsity action, the Lady
Bulldogs picked up two quick
wins in games one and two,
25-20 and 25-8 before giving
game three away 25-21.
The Lady Bulldogs rallied
back to take game four 25-15.
Jordan Sonagolia jump-
started the Lady Dogs, giving
them a 7-4 lead before giving
way to Janna Hinson who
made it a 12-8 game.
It was again Hinson with the
game at 19 17 who brought it
to a 24-19 g-tme,
With Chi; ley at the line
they scored ,ne point before
Marianna took the vi tory at
25-20.
Game two was all Marianna
with the Lady Bulldogs jump-
ing out to a 10-3 lead early
and never looking back.
MHS moved to 22-6 behind
the lead of Hinson before
picking up the win at 25-8.
In game three, Marianna led
9-5 before Chipley battled
back to make it a 14-12 game.
Although the Lady Tigers
suffered another blow to their
team when one of their starters
had to be taken off the court
with a possible broken foot,
they rallied to take the win at
25-21.
Marianna bounced back in
the fourth and final game of
the match to win 25-15.
.Leading the Lady Bulldogs
in service points was Janna
Hinson with 15 and six aces.
Hinson added 16 spikes and
four kills.
Taylor Smith had nine serv-
ice points and two aces, while
Krista Griffin had six service
points and 78 assists.
Randa Hickman was on the
board with seven service
points, two aces, three blocks,
four spikes and three kills, fol-
lowed by Sonagolia added
eight service points, one ace,
22 spikes and six kills.
Ciara Ham recorded 14
spikes and eight kills while
Meghan Hinson had eight
spikes on the evening.
The Lady Bulldogs were
scheduled for tournament play
at Gulf Coast on Saturday
before returning home on


Monday for freshman and jun-


ior varsity action.


NOTICE OF BUDGET HEARING

THE TOWN OF SNEADS HAS

TENTATIVELY Y ADOPTED

BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR

2008-2009. A PUBLIC HEARING TO

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BUDGET SUMMARY


TOWN OF SNEADS FISCAL YEAR 2008-2009


CASH BALANCES BROUGHT FORWARD


'ESTIMATED REVENUES:


TAXES:
Ad Valorem Taxes
Franchise Fees
Utility Service Taxes
Licenses and Permits


Millage
.5168


Intergovernmental Revnue
Charges for Services
Fines & Forfeitures
Miscellaneous Revenues

TOTAL REVENUES


TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES
AND BALANCES

EXPENDITURES/EXPENSES:

General Governmental Services
Public Safety
Physical Environment
Transportation
Human Services
Culture and Recreation
Debt SServices


Total Expenditures/Expenses


Total Appropriated Expenditures $765,680 $126,450 $1,104,285 $847,711 $2,844,126
THE TENTATIVE, ADOPTED, AND/OR FINAL BUDGETS ARE ON FILE IN THE OFFICE OF THE ABOVE MENTIONED TAXING
AUTHORITY AS A PUBLIC RECORD.


PUBLIC HEARING

ADOPTED RESOLUTION


You are hereby notified that the City Commission of the City of Marianna will meet and con-
sider the adoption of Resolution 2008-14 at 6:00 P.M. local time in its meeting to be held on
the 7th day of October 2008 in the Commission Meeting Room at Marianna City Hall, 2898
Green Street, Marianna, Florida. The Resolution being described as follows:

RESOLUTION NO. 2008-14

A RESOLUTION AMENDING AND ESTABLISHING
FEES TO BE CHARGED BY THE CITY FOR
VARIOUS DEVELOPMENT RELATED REVIEW
ACTIVITIES WITHIN THE CITY.


A copy of the proposed Resolution may be inspected by the public at the City Municipal
Development Office in Marianna, City Hall.

CITY OF MARIANNA


By: Kay Dennis
Municipal Development Director


GENERAL
FUND
$71,200


SPECIAL
REV. FUNDS
$ 15,000


ENTERPRISE
FUNDS,
.$ 6,285


OTHER
FUNDS


TOTAL

$ 92,485


111,450


$16,600
83,000
97,800
4,500
429,870


3,830
58,8.80

$765,680


$765,680


$125,135
490,145
7,050
102,950
5,350
35,050


$765,680


1,098,000



$1,104,285


$1,104,285


$126,450


$126,450


$16,600
83,000
97,800
4,500
1,389,031
1,098,000
3,830
58,880

$2,844,126.


$2,844,126


$125,135
490,145.
1,428,795
229,400
5,350
365,261
200,040

$2,844,126


847,711




$847,711


$847,711


517,500


330,211


$847,711


904,245


126,450


$126,450


200,040

$1,104,285






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Floridan


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weekly fishing report for local lakes, rivers


LAKE SEMINOLE Bass
will bite actively near the
banks, especially early in the
morning.
Fish topwater lures just after
daybreak for good results.
Along banks and slightly off-
shore, seek submerged tree-
tops and fish soft jerkbaits.
This may tempt large-
mouths after the sun has been
up a few hours.
Grass fishermen can still
take a few fish if they limit
their fishing to the grass that is
still green.
Fish the pockets in the grass
with lightly weighted Texas-
rig worms.
Bream fishing is fair on
worms and crickets fished
near the bottom in all the tra-
ditional panfish haunts.
Crappies are slow. Look to
the ledges along the main river
channels for minimal action.
Hybrids are slow at present.


Catfishing is very good.
Fish. just off the bottom at
depths of around 12 feet.
LAKE EUFAULA Bass
are rather slow overall, but
some anglers report minor
success.
Those catching fish seem to
be doing so on the -deep creek
ledges and certain ledges
along the main river channel.
Patient fishermen can do
reasonably well using
Carolina-rig worms in these
locations.
Crankbaits and slow-rolled
spinnerbaits are not paying off
as they should right now.
Bream are quite active and
will readily take crickets and
worms, particularly along
steeper banks with rip-rap or
natural rock cover in the area.
On the negative side, the
bluegills and occasional shell
crackers are quite small over-
all.


Crappies are slow. Catch a
few, perhaps, along some of
the deeper creek channels.
Hybrids may school late in
the afternoon.
LAKE ANDREWS/CHAT-
TAHOOCHEE RIVER If
the creeks aren't too muddy,
venture upstream and tempt
the bass with small, lightly
weighted Texas-rig worm in
pumpkinseed, motor oil, or
similar pattern.
. Fish around visible cover
very slowly. Also try jerkbaits
and shallow crankbaits for
possible success.
Bottom-fishing with earth-
worms in these same creeks
can produce some fair mixed-
bag bream and catfish catches.
Most of the bream are feisty,
hand-size shell crackers that
are quite enjoyable to catch.
The drift-fishing for bream in
the main river has slowed
down.


n a (wretched) fog


Ah, the unbridled joy of
Nature in all her regal splen-
dor. I dearly and absolutely
love it: Appalachian Mountain
rain, Atlantic Ocean breezes,
prairie winter chill.
All of
these are
pleasant,
invigorat-
andg, aup close.
beautifully
atmospheric
phenomena
I treasure
and am
quite proud
to know Bob Kornegay
personally
and up close.
Then there's fog. Wet, clam-
my, wretched, slovenly,
accused fog.
Yuck!
Okay, okay. I'll freely admit
fog can also be pleasing and
pretty on *occasion. It's nice
hugging far off mountain
ridges early inifthe moitself aing.
But's lovely in the treetops on
the far lakeshore duringose,
humid fall evening.o
Likewise, it. is hauntingly
beautiful as it settles wraith-
like and eerily over accursight-
time coastal salt marsh. In
these instances, of course, I
am viewing from Point A the
fog that manifests itself attribuat
Point B.
Bule those are farawayeruptfog
scenarios. It's nose-to-nose,
schoolyard-bully, in-your-face
fog I hate. I reiterate:
wretched, slovenly, accursedhigh
Fog that invades my person-
al space has no aesthetic or
otherwise positive attributes.
When fog, and I simultaneous-
ly appear in the same place
(Point A/B, if you will), trou-
ble always erupts.
You see, that kind of fog is
.what I drive through in my
.truck 'at dangerously high


rate of speed while attempting
to reach a chosen hunting or
fishing destination in the dark
before sunrise. It seems I
almost never oversleep. on
clear pre-dawn mornings, but
can invariably count on it
when it's foggy.
This lurking oh-my-gosh-
I'm-late fog always contains
grotesque, ghostly creatures
all bent on suddenly reaching
out and grabbing me as I
speed forth on my appointed
rounds.
These "fog critters" include
(but are not limited to) white-
tailed deer, fellow motorists
who have yet to discover what
headlights are for, and curves
in the road that weren't there
the morning before when the
moon was bright and the sky
clear.
Such fog denizens are every
bit as fearsome; as the mon-
sters in that Stephen king
story, "The Mist." Al they lack
is tentacles, slime, and the
innate ability to suck out one's
internal organs. ,
Fog is also the dreaded, all-,
concealing curtain that hides
all the, stumps in a favorite
lake or river slough until my
boat is "lucky" enough to find
one.
Have you ever noticed how.
it's never foggy in the channel
of a major reservoir or stream,
where stumps are nonexistent?
Even a wisp of fog on, say,
Lake Seminole can drive one
td madness. For instance, that
flock of coots 50 yards ahead
there in the mist are of little
concern as they rest lazily on
the water's surface..
Then, 30 yards later, you
notice the "coots" aren't
swimming and are making no
attempt to fly away.
They're not apt to budge.
when you hit them, either.
You, however, fly frenziedly


GRMS
Continued From Page 1C

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At the end of the first period of play, it was a 5-5 tie, but the
Lady Indians put up six second-quarter points to take an 11-9'
lead into the locker room at the half. Vernon's defense took the
court following the break and stymied the Lady Indians'
offense, allowing no points while posting nine on their side of
the court. Grand Ridge battled back in the final quarter with
nine points but fell short of a win.
Cambridge Chason led the Lady Indians in scoring with
eight points, followed closely by Logan Neel with seven.
Marissa Peterson was on the board with three and Brandi
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over the bow of the boat as it
comes in contact with the
stump you could have sworn
was a mudhen.
Fog is extremely adept at
concealing the whereabouts of
yellow jackets' nests along the
trails leading to my deer
stands.
For the life of me, I'll never
figure out how the irritable
critters can see me'so plainly
when I can't see. six inches in
front of my nose.
My pickup has a nasty habit
of hiding in dense fog as well.
Many's the night it has sat
perversely snickering in some
foggy creek bottom as I
walked around in circles until
three in the morning.
When I finally stumble
across it, I'm likely to disturb
the rattlesnake that's sleeping
off the fog while coiled beside
the front tire.
Finally, there's the fog that
sets in at my campsite about
two hours prior to sunrise; just
about the time Cletus Monroe
arises in reaction to a blad-
der's-worth of night-before
coffee; exactly where I decid-
ed to unfurl my own sleeping
bag, into which I am
inescapably zipped.
You know, the brilliant
American poet Carl Sandburg
can go ahead and lovingly
immortalize fog all he pleases.
Me, I'll pass, thank you.
As far as I'm concerned,
there's a lot to be said for
lightning and hail in compari-
son.
(Email Bob Kornegay at
cletus@windstream.net)


Tailwater catfish have been
fair and the bluff-wall catfish-
ing is good at times, but spot-
ty. Wigglers are the preferred
catfish offering at present.


Crappies are slow.
(Generation schedules, pool
levels, and other such infor-
mation for area waterways
may be .obtained by calling


toll-free 1-888-771-4601.
Follow the recorded instruc-
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tone for the Apalachicola
River System.)


Town of Alford-Fiscal Year 2008-2009

THE PROPOSED OPERATING BUDGET EXPENDITURES OF THE TOWN OF ALFORD ARE 3.75
PERCENT MORE THAN LAST YEAR'S TOTAL OPERATING. EXPENDITURES.


General Fund

ESTIMATED REVENUES:


Taxes:
Ad Valorem Taxes
State Revenue Sharing
Utility Franchise Fee
Intergovernmental Revenue
Fines & Forfeitures
Miscellaneous Revenue
Licenses and Permits
Utility Tax
Interest
Gasoline Tax
Sales Tax
Telecommunications Tax
Local Government Discretionary Tax
Mobile Home Tax
Alcoholic Beverage Tax
FL DOT Maitenance Agreements
Water & Garbage Revenue
FRDAP Grants
Community Development Block Grant


1.5000


GENERAL CAPITAL ENTERPRISE
FUND PROJECTS FUND


Millage Per $1000
1.5000 9,952
34,123
27,000
-15,261
41,400
16,180
760
23,000
3,500
33,765
22,646
3,322
37,893
400
100
12,673

514,543
531,152


TOTAL SOURCES 1,327,670 0 99,500 1,427,170
Reserves 19,582 3,268 22,860
TOTAL REVENUES & RESERVES
BALANCES $1,347,252 $0 $102,768 $1,450,020

EXPENDITURES
Administration 139,424 139,424
Street 85,549 85,549
Fire 10,000 10,000
Recreation 13,526 13,526
Police 53,058 53,058
Water 58,070 58,070
Garbage 44,698 44,698
FRDAP Grants 514,543 514,543
Community Development Block Grants 531,152 531,152
-TOTAL EXPENDITURES $1,347,252 $0 $102,768 1,450,020

Reserves 0O
TOTAL ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES
AND RESERVES $1,347,252 $0 $102,768 $1,450,020


THE TENTATIVE, ADOPTED, AND / OR FINAL BUDGETS ARE ON FILE IN THE OFFICE OF THE ABOVE MENTIONED TAXING AUTHORITY
AS A PUBLIC RECORD
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NOTICE,- OF PROPOSED TAX INCREASE





The TOWN OF ALFORD has tentatively adopted measure to increase its property tax

levy,




Last year's property tax levy:


A, nt ally proposed tax levy,,,............., .............,...................... 10,242


B, Lesstax reductionsduetoVaueAdjustment Board


and other assessment changes .... ,,,,,,........,,,,,,,,$ 363


C, Actual propertQ taxlellvy ,,,.................. ......... .......... .........$ 9879





This year's proposed tax levy,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,$ 1 416




All coneed clizens are ited to attend a public hearng on thetax increase to be


held0on:


September 23, 2008


5:01 p,m,


at .


Alford Town Hall, 1768 Georgia St, Alford, FL




A FINAL DECISION on the proposed tax increase and the budget will be made at his

hearing, ,


TOTAL ALL
FUNDS


9,952
34,123
27,000
15,261
41,400
16,180
760
23,000
3,500
33,765
22,646
3,322
37,893
400
100
12,673
99,500
614,543
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ESTIMATED REVENUES:
TAXES: Millag Per$1
Ad ValoremTaxes .045
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Water Protection and Susainaby Trust Fund
Pemnftg ad Licenaing
Federal Grants
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Benefits
ConcualServces
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Services
Comiodites
Caotal Outlay
Grants and Aids
Reserves
Interund Transfers
Total Apppated Expendtures,
Transfers and Reserves


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Fud SWM Lands Acquisition M agement


30,474,303


4,765,799
1,044,926


2,045,513 352,328


2,184,106 408,563
22,457,973
1,215,52 8,550,000


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8,08632 796,251


4,674,796
25,000 1,146,766
161,896


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12,820,078
22,457,973
9,76552
721,100
4,674,796
10,475,597 22391,666
161,896
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1,567,382
817,201

1,148,631
509,500
390,050
7,735,000
25,902,425
1,053,285


889,511
160,815
6,400,086


65,927
15,174
1,310,000


61,195 7,975
.33,135 1,575
* 43,100 5,062,500
1,558,000 24,870,473
2,M,513
1,097,819 82,912


617,749
138,969
3,388,250


603,051
109,661
4,551,905


2,094,483
385,567
999,262


472,750 31,693 257,425
1,319,300 19,720 118,400
1,925,500 29,100 121,000
99,000 1,000,000
304,033
775,369 744,579 2,588248


183,036
34,695
2,780,048


74,783
447,027
7,336,347


6,901,858
515,655


793,424
281,660


7,178,898
2,412,263
20,46,753

2,054,452
2,448,657
14,907,597
35,,473
35,997,253
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Escambia Liberty

Franklin Okaloosa

Gadsden Santa Rosa

Gulf Wakulla


Holmes Walton

Jackson Washington





A public hearing to make a FINAL DECISION on the budget

AND TAXES will be held on Thursday, September 25, 2008,

5:05 p.m., CDT, at Jackson County Commission Chambers,

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The Town of Greenwood has tentatively a(
a budget for 2008/2009 fiscal year.

A public hearing to make a FINAL DECIS
the budget AND TAXES will be held on:

September 23, 2008
5:30PM
At
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4207 Bryan Street
Greenwood, FL 32443


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GENERAL GOVERNMENT TOTAL:

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THE TENTATIVE ADOPTED AND/OR FINAL BUDGETS ARE ON FILE IN THE OF
ABOVE MENTIONED TAXING AUTHORITY AS A PUBLIC RECORD.


BUDGET SUMMARY
TOWN OF GREENWOOD FISCAL YEAR 2008-2009
THE PROPOSED OPERATING BUDGET EXPENDITURES OF THE TOWN OF GRE
4.04% LESS THAN LAST YEARS TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURE


CASH BALANCE BROUGHT FORWARD
ESTIMATED REVENUES:
AD VALOREM TAXES MILLAGE PER $1,000
1,000


GENERAL
FUND )
/ $72,146.80


STATE REVENUES
FRANCHISE FEES
GASOLINE TAX
MOBILE HOME & BEVERAGE TAX
SALES TAX
DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION(ROAD)
DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION(TRAFFIC SIGNAL)
DEPARTMENT OF,TRANSPORTATION(STREET LIGHTS)
NINTH CENT
INFRASTRUCTURE,
INTEREST & MISC. .
RECREATION
TOTAL REVENUES AND OTHER FINANCING SOURCES

TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES AND BALANCES

EXPENDITURES/EXPENSES
ADVERTISING
COMMUNICATION
UTILITIES
INSURANCE
EDUCATION, DUES, MEETINGS
PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
TAXES
SALARIES
MAINTENANCE & OPERATING EXP.
FUEL
PENSION
CAPITAL OUTLAY
ANIMAL CONTROL

TOTAL EXPENDITURES/EXPENSES
RESERVES
TOTAL APPROPRIATED EXPENDITURES
AND RESERVES


UTILITIES DEPARTMENT OPERATING BUDGET
2008-2009
TOWN OF GREENWOOD
GREENWOOD, FLORIDA


$25,000.00
$ 5,000.00
$ 5,013.82
$30,000.00
, $ 2,604:00

$302.934.22
$ 20,384.82

$323,319.04


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CASH BALANCE BROUGHT FORWARD

ESTIMATED REVENUES:
WATER & GARBAGE SALES
SERVICE FEES
MISCELLANEOUS & INTEREST

TOTAL REVENUES AND OTHER
FINANCING SOURCES
TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES AND BALANCES

EXPENDITURES/EXPENSES
SALARIES
TAXES
SAMPLES
CLASS "C" OPERATOR
UTILITIES & COMMUNICATION
SUPPLIES & REPAIRS
FUEL
EDUCATION, DUES, MEETINGS
GARBAGE SERVICE
PENSION
INSURANCE
PROFESSIONAL
CAPITAL OUTLAY
STORAGE TANK MAINTENANCE

TOTAL EXPENDITURES AND EXPENSES
RESERVES
TOTAL


$100,000.00
$ 1,500.00
$ 1,000.00


$102,500.00
$132,345.51


$34,221.60
$ 5,133.24
$ 2,000.00
$ 5,400.00
$ 6,550.00
$17,200.00
$2,800.00
$ 700.00
$30,000.00
$ 1,367.10
$ 7,757.76
$ 4,000.00
$ 6,000.00
$ 6,000.00

$129,129.70
$ 3,215.81
$132,345.51

$132,345.51
$323,319.04

$455,664.55


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$12,182.00
$31,861.44
$50,000.00
$25,225.00
$1,000.00
$35,620.00
$18,518.80
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$ 6,449.00
$ 4,000.00
$59,462.00
$ 2,000.00
$ 3,000.00
$251,172.24

$323,319.04


$ 2,000.00
$ 4,600.00
$28,000.00
$34,100.00
$ 5,000.00
$33,000.00
$16,500.00
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Ronnie
started his
career in
sales in
1988. He


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Chevrolet,
Buick and
Cadillac is
proud to have
Joe Faircloth
as part of the
Rahal-Miller
family.
Joe has
worked at
Rahal-Miller
for eight years
and has
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~i Ronnie has one daughter (pictured with him) Danielle Renea. She has worked with Rahal-Miller in the body shop /
Coley. Danielle is a FSR1 loan Officer at Suntrust Bank for three years.
in Chattahoochee. Joe enjoys horse back riding, hunting, fishing and selling i \
Ronnie enjoys drag racing, mud bogging, fishing, hunt- cars.
ing and selling cars. We are proud to have Joe and Renea in the Rahal-Miller
We are proud to have Ronnie in the Rahal-Miller family.. family.

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COMPUTERS/ 1
FIE i ACCESSORIES HO S
.o Computer Desk $35 for Wheelchair $55 Free to good home, 6 A o, ,GE 2
buire . both 850-482-3145 850-482-8347 wk old kittens, 850-557- r var-ation
Op [or[ n1i tle: White picketfence, 20ft 7831 r iehomeS,
2 I | ELECTRONICS long w/linch spacing, Free to good home, kit- ,PART- F.NTs
or M 's-' Imust be assembled $50 tens, Litter trained 850- .corNos
I, _"_ _3 850-482-8700 594-9905 M, L
sive, remote, use w/tPoge / ood Desk $100 Kittens:2 Orange Males
laptop/etc. $45. 850- 850-482-8347 Free to good home.
592-2927. e 6mos old-Ltr bx trnd.
592 27 850-482-8001.
Games, 5 Playstation 1 SPORTING APARTIrENlrTS rOR
ANNOLrNCEMENTs games Madden, NCAA,
Mech warrior, more. GOODS DOGS RENT/FURNiSHED
,11 111___i111-0]_ Boots, 2 air of Size 12 Furnished 1 or 2 BR, Apt
SFURNTURE/ Huntng oots Exce- Chihuahua puppies 1 F, or MH cable, electric,No
You should.fully lent condition. $15.00 3 M, Prices vary 850- water Incd on Apt .No
Yous houldHfull H OUSEHOLD 850-592-2927 593-6965 Iv msg pets .850-557-4757 .
investigate the back 3pc Beach house Furn. Fish Cooker N10qt Pro- Jack Russell pups, CKC l APARTMENTS FOR
ground of any company 2 end table & coffee ta- fsh ... r.N. w i b, 'reg. tri-colored, shots, ri s "
BEFORE paying a fe. ble, rattan w/glass top $25.00.850-592-2927. wormed Clean environ- EI RENT/ UNFmOSHED
Proceed with caution if $149 850-592-8769. ment. Parents on site.
you are asked to send $225.334-886-2524 1BR/1BA APT., water,
money or in calling 6 blue/white tweed $-25 / 3 AarbaPe & sewer incl.
"900" numbers, cushions, New, $5 each W ____________ _____$400/mo. No pets! 850-
All numbers prefixed by 850-569-2770 .R-."- 52e.392 Or 5926115
"900" are charged to AniuDs APHRtcETS pl L 5 3 -----
callers on a per-minute Manr00ti iful'-me 2 &3BR APARTMENTS
or per-call basis. Some M gony, 200 0 Hlelp wa-nted O S MOBILE-HOMES FOR
of these calls are to 850-257-6774 -lpa.r-t-me .f T Me RENT,$525-$650 MO
numbers outside of the Antique Dresser Drawer 3 / tz ...,.. Equi l6e50_20893.
United States & expen- w/mirror$150 OBO080 .. RB p -- .ailmr . RA .ment r.
sive international rates 859-257-6774 T .LOp-LnN tn' o mo n t,.h
are chargedto your. o850-257-6774 yuo ,town: $.50 menth +
are charged to your -------- 'B .ri Dep No Pets! (850)573
phone bill. Barstools, dark wood, E059 M8L',ENT- N o (850)573
THIS PUBLICATION 24 inches. $50 each, 0598I,, ..
makes every effort to 850-569-2770 C' E... .. n -- I
reader. Remember, if Chest of Drawers $200 DRIERS PROPERTT/RENTf
you have any doubts, 850-b592-2053u I .- --,-|. .. ..
investigate! If it sounds Chromecraft Butcher L0. A.0RM Business Office Space
too gooo e true block dinette set w/4 Driver trainees EQUIPMENT 1000 SF, Kitchenette
pur Bette chairs, $10 850-482- Ineeded No CDL? No Bathroom, $850/mo,
Business Bureau is an 3641or 850-2723234 Probem Earn uo 12ft hay mower uti. incl. 526-3668
information Dining table, solid cher- $900/wk.Hom. Reduced to $0 ARM /
334-792-3804 ry wood base, Ig rec- weekends with TMC. Trac tor w/cab 90 HP FA s/
1-800-824-5274 tngle glass top, ve Company endorsed Reuced to$19900 AC GE
niceo$100,, 850-557-139 CDL Training. 850-866-2774*^c.EAo-
Dresser$200 1-866-280-5309 1 set of KMC twin row FOR SALE BY OWNER
De 850 er9$ i ....2050 3. planters, 4 row. mount- 27.73 Ac. in S. Jackson-
K -a5=9z-2u5 Owner Operators ed on a paulk frame I County. Wooded with
Concealed Permit Class Dresser, king size head- Flatbed, Step Deck, KMC 4 row ripper w/ County Road Frontage
Saturday, October 18, board & rails, $50 850- Heavy Haul. Use our lift assist wheel and Call 850-272-5193
2008 @9:00am Limited 593-5702 trailer yours. As much fertilizer attach. 1,000 $3,950 per acre
Class Size Call Now For hg payn -ent gal. nurse tankmount-8
Details And To Reserve Entertainment Center, as you can handle! ed on tamdem trailer. HOUSES/RENT
Your Spot Price Per Mahogany, very good Pacer Transport, Inc. 334-790-5077 U1n F(J....1S.."
Person $100.00 850-447- cond.$50,850-693- (888)865-9509 UNFURNISHED
1104 or 850-592-3216 0521/526-5559 Min. 1 yr. OTR Flatbed 2002 John Deere 9970
- req. 100% Owner Cotton Picker 4 Row. 1BR House for rent.
Sectional cou,:hrec Operator Driven 1520 engine hours. 1040 $700/mo $700 dep.
USINESS in. r bea a 2 end tbis t fan hours. Shed kept. (850)209-3591
OPPORTUNITIES r ale 5 O0 GEN.ERAL' Excellent Conditioh, 'You Name It...
A V ONLn t O I S. 1 8 6 0 3 1 3 3 4 4 0 3 0 5 6 9 C a sfYo u N a m e It
a AVON White wicker dressing HELP WANTED Lillison Classified as It!!!
Call today & start earn table w/chair $30 850- First Assembly' of God Combines-1580 & 1500 2/1inMarianna, no
4 8057066/8008 om 482-8700 uin Marianna looking for also 4 "Long" drying pets/smoking $500/mo
3 6 -Hnursery worker for wagons.334-774-1247. + dep. Stacey Borges
__ H HEAVY Wed. nites 5-8pm. Ap- Realtor 850-573-1990
EQUPM N. plicant must be 18 or 4425.J.D. Combine Both
SoEQUIPMENT older. Pa is 10/hr Heads, 9004 P-Nu/1,337 Noland St.
2004 ASV RC 100 Rub- : BaCg/ round Check req. Combine 6-Peerless p. CH/A new, remodeled
l-.e..i..e. Ste F ..... r M-F8-4 dryers, KMC four row
ar agbles~ eS with FEC MUIcher and c g4 shaker 334-266-5907 or 3BR/2BA Foreclosed
L~ara fc; id b les Forrestry Package, 1000 -*^'" ^ 334-355-2883 ... ......
.au uns hours, $48,000; I FLDept. of 3343552883 home! Only $33,900!
IT r 'N' 2005 Bearcat 9' Wood Agriculture Ford '00 Tractor, gas, nst0ela98 exta st
6-7 .- % ,T. Chipper with Hyd. Feed, & CS OPS Peanut new paint, many new 800-570-8898 ext. 5366
,J_____ _,_._,_ exc. cond, less than 100.- Inspection posi- parts, 334-299-3102
S hours, $10,800; tons. Apply ------Very nice 2 BR
2002 Komatsu WB140 5312 Cliff St. hous on Hw2 B90
Extendahoe, 4x4, 4-in-1 Graceville, FL Place your ad E, appI. & lease
_________ Loader, air cond., 1483. (850)2632355 in our req. Sewer/wa-
hours, must see to ap- EEO/AA Sales and Service te lawn main.
I APPLIANCE preciate 00, Directory Incl. $600/mo. I
Bobcat 753 Skid Steer Immediate Openings and grow $250 dep. No pets
46HP Perkins Diesel, for Laborers & your businessMwi Non-smoking
Deep Freezer, like new, $9,800. Call 334-894- Operators. Drug Testing y 6 526-8367
paperwork & key, $200 2315 is Required. Call M-F _.. .
OBO 850-257-6774 9-3 850-579-2020 Gandy 4 row insecticide
Upright Freezer, works MISCELLAIEOUS I POSTAL JOBS applicator w/double M MOBILE
good, $65 850-592-2588 $17.89-$28.27/hr, now boxes, for two chemi- HOME/RENT
".-hiring. For applica- cals mounted on tool H OMEr1 RENT
BABY ITEMS/ 25' Magnavox Console tion freeGovern- bar oocondition 2 2. ml-. from Man-
S FUR TURE V $50 850-593-5702 ment job info, Ame- $500.229-758-3146 -ryclean. .i
5gl lon1fish t rican Assoc, of La-,of 2.2 porch" n) pet
gallon fishtankbor: 1-913-59a o-8226 Hay Cutter/Morra 5 of2 2porchei5.nope.-
Beddin anielle tod- w/stand & pump, good 24hrsemp Disc Cuts 669 feet, S m- 1 ,Ist, e
dier bedding plaids & cond. $250 850-209-0105 se.. new blades, MF2250, ';u"rRp eq -
bumble bees. $75 850- Custom made Curtains, $2800. 850-482-5747 2u9 894,
209-3366 82x84 pink blue,wood' CATS Hustler/Roanoke, 5000 2 & 3 BRMH, Cotton-
Bouncy Seat, vibrating, cornice 84" cascades, _Greogory Express, two dale tp://www.char-
infant to toddler, great swags $150 8505692770 FREE ADULT CATS: row peanut picker, n g 7..
condition. $15 obo, 850- FEErALtochAS: o n 850-258-4868/209-8847pc
482-8290eat osfm 850-482-4057 334-899-7012 .2BR/1BA MH in Alford;
482-8290,850-482-4057] $375, us deposit,
Car seats, tw c ar se63ats R EE FREE: Small female 850-5 9-4622 or 573-
5767 CLASSIFIED tabby kitten 850-352- PRODUCE 2498/573-1851
High chair good cond. AD E D 473 T-2BR/2BA MH Water,'
25 850-557-8 n ADS: FREE TO GOOD HOME: 1 FRESH GREEN PEANUTS garb& sewer incl. CH/A
UNDER $200 Cat 1 kitten. 850-482- Call 850-352-2199 500/mo. No Pets! 850-
High Chair, padded, in 4252 or 850-352-4423 526-8392/592-6115
ex-eiien C1cono,,- 4:


excellent condo $25, .,
call 850-482-8290 LET US HELP
Infant bath tub, like YOU CLEAN'
new $10 850-557-8077 OUTTHAT
Infant car seat w/base GARAGE,
$30 850-557-8077 SHED, OR
Infant toys, nice,clean SPARE ROOM
Jeep baby stroller, like CALL, AX,
new, $45 850-569-2770 EMAIL OR GO;.
Slide, children's Kana- ONLINE,
roo Climber with slide.
Like new. $50.00
S20n 650.00 PH: 850-526-3614 or
850-209-3366 800779255
Stroller, Jeep brand FAX: 850-482-4478
good condition $50.00 P.O. BOX 520
850-263-5767 MARIANNA, FL 32447
Swing, baby swing by classifieds@jc
Graco,battery operated, floidan.com
good condition. $15 -
850-482-7507 Metal office cabinet,
S100'long, $50
UI |850-482-8347
SBIKES/TOYS Mobile home skirting
I-- for 16x80 trailers, good
Turtles, 30 Teenage Mu- cond. $100 850-547-
tant Ninja Turtles and 5292
accessories.$25.00.850- Old set of pool table
592-2927- balls $20 850-526-3426
R C OPainting: Extra large
C LOTHING pastel (blue and pink)
Floral oil painting. $20
Coat, ladies black leath- obo. 850-482-8290-,
er, dressy, size 10, real Red metal shelf unit
nice $75 850-482-3145 38x52 $25 850-526-
Jeans, 8pr. young men's 3426
jeans, 30-32-34-36 10 Tires, set of 4, 225 17"
shirts, $20.00. Michelin 60R17 $150
850-592-2927. 850-592-2053

MEMBER SERVICES OFFICE CLERK
2 contract positions with benefits,
1 in our Graceville office and 1 in our
Bonifay office. Good clerical and comput-
er skills necessary. Send resume to .
West Florida Electric Cooperative,
ATTN: Personnel Department,
P.O. Box 127 Graceville, FL 32440
DRUG FREE WORKPLACE & EQUAL
OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER.


01 HOME/RENT
2BR MH FOR RENT in
Cypress; $320/mo. No
pets/ smoking.Ref. Req.
(850)685-2353g
NEED TO PLACE AN AD?
It's simple, call one of
our friendly Classified
representatives and
they will be glad
to assist you.
3/2 CH&A. Malone. No
pets or smoking.Sec.8
ok, 850-569-9884/557-
3343
3/2 Cottondale water,
garb, bug spray. $550/
mo. (lease)+ $550 sec.
No Pets. 850-352-4869.
3/2 DWMH $600/mo,
3/2 SWMH $500/mo
both in Grand Ridge
850-592-3772
3/2 MH near Marianna
on 2ac. fenced yard
$500/mo. $500 dep. 850-
526-4320
3BR/2BA Located in
Sneads $350/mo
850-573-0308.
3BR/2BA MH in Sneads
& Marianna. Call
Mon Fri after 4pm
(850) 593-4452. .
Cottondale; 3/2, '99 MH
for rent/ lease option,
$750/ mo. 1st security,
Call (850) 526-6016
MH lots avail & some
MH when avail. Blue
I Spr ngs MH Park
Marianna. Water/s-
ewage/garb./ lawn
incl.850-482-4060

REAL ESTATE
3BR HUD home! $213
mo! 4% down 30 yrs @
8% APR Listings. Call
800-570-8898 ext F478
3 NEW HOMES
UNDER 175k NEAR
HIGH SCHOOL,
SUNLAND, AND
FEDERAL PRISON.
EASY TO QUALIFY
FOR NO DOWN
PAYMENT & NO
CASH NEEDED TO
CLOSE & MOVE
IN. CALL JAMES
GRANT 850-526-
8367 OR 850-526-
2346
PRICED TO SELL
UNDER 200K

850-526-8367
"Dead Lakes" Wewa,
2/1, waterfront, boat
ramp/dock. Wkly/mon.
rates. 850-639-6760


FSBO New 4303 sqft
4BR, 3.5 bath. $429,000.
Full info @ www.inf-
otube.net #195636
S ROOMS
FOR RENT
4381 Clinton St. pretty
room, pvt bath, kit.
priv., all utilities/cable
incl. $350 NOW. 727-
433-RENT. Others avail.


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Administrative Support II
Must have a high school diploma or GED
with 2 yrs. exp. in secretarial, general office
work or banking experience. Must have good
communication skills, able to deal well with
the public (receptionist County Utilities
billing), be proficien: In the use of
Personal Computer, MSWord and Excel.
Starting salary $17,236.00/yr.
Submit Jackson County employment
application to: Human Resources Dept.,
2864 Madison St., Marianna, FL 32448.
PH (850) 482-9633
Deadline to apply Is 09/30/08.
Drug-Free Workplace/EOE/V.Pref/ADA/AA


Florida Therapy Services Fast-paced med-
ical office in Marianna has immediate opening
for a detail-oriented FT Medical Records.
Clerk. Prev. office exp. a plus. Must be de-
pendable, organized, and able to multi-task,
Computer savvy and pleasant
attitude a MUST. Send resume to: -
resume@flatherapy.com or fax to:
850-769-6003.


Washington Rehabilitation & Nursing
Center is currently accepting applications:
MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR
FULL-TIME CNA
3pm-llpm & llpm-7am Shifts
*Sign On Bonius for CNAs*
PLEASE APPLY IN PERSON AT:
'879Usery Road, Chipley, Florida 32428 to
complete an application and speak with
a representative for further information.
WRNC is an Equal Opportunity Employer
and Drug Free Workplace


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CA$H
ASA
NEWSPAPER CARRIER
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




Ufae Manageiment Center
Component Director II
Provides component oversight as well
as mental health assessments and
some individual, family, & group
counseling in our Jackson & Holmes
Outpatient offices.
Master's Degree in a psychology, social
work or human service related
discipline; at least 2 years experience in
behavioral health care; and licensed in
a mental health discipline pursuant to
Florida Statutes 490 or 491.
Experience in counseling is required.

Job details, benefits & application
information is available on-line:
www.lifemanagementcenter.org or
apply in writing to 525 E. 15th Street,
Panama City, FL 32405.Pre-employment
Drug & Background Screening required.
EOE/Drug Free Workplace


Marianna Orthopedic Clinic
has an immediate opening for a full-time front
office receptionist. Duties include greeting
patients, verifying and entering patient demo-
graphics and insurance information and col-
lecting co-pays and outstanding balances for
services rendered. Applicant must have ex-
cellent organizational and communication
skills, including exceptional customer skills.
Basic knowledge of Insurance plans and prior
medical office experience helpful. Benefits
package included. Please e-mail resume to
Tallahassee Orthopedic Clinic at
bonnie.solomon@tlhoc.com or visit
our website at www.tlhoc.com
to complete an application of employment.






ALABAMA
Community Newspapers I

Job Opportunity *
Job Open Date: Immediately
Job Title: Graphic Artist
The DOTHAN 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 advertisements for the
DOTHAN EAGLE, Enterprise Ledger,
Eufaula Tribune, Jackson County
Floridan, Dothan Progress, and
various special sections.
We Offer You:
* Equal opportunity employment
* A creali e,'challenging en'.ironment
* A competitive salary
* .401 K
* Medical, Dental, Vision, Vacation, etc.
We Require:
* Excellent communication skills
* A self-motivated'individual
* Strong decision-making skills
* 50 WPM accurate typing skills
* Proficiency in QuarkXPress and
Adobe InDesign (you MUST know
these programs)
* Working knowledge of Adobe Photoshop
and Adobe Illustrator (you MUST know
these programs)
* Ability to troubleshoot computer -
applications including design,
visual elements and typography

Newspaper experience, or its
equivalent, is preferred,
but not necessary.
This is not an entry-level
position.
Hours:
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
By mail: P.O. Box 1125
Dothan, Alabama 36302


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BOATS/MOTORS
. TRAILERS
parral '84 198XL 185
rude with trailer
0. 334-693-9360


Chaparral 210 SS '05,
Yellow, 260 hp, bimini
BOATS/MOTORS top, galvanized trailer,
TRAILERS custom cover, garage
stored, only 20 hours,
Triton 2005 1753 Crap- many extras. Like new.
pie, mercury 60HP, 4 $25,900, 334-475-3883.
stroke front & rear live BassTracker '08 pan-
wells, and bait well, lots fish, stick steer, 50 HP
of storage, fully mercury, like new.
equipped. $12,500 OBO $10,800 334-794-4429
850-547-3484 after 6PM
Triton '08, 18 ft. Explor-,
er w/115 HP Mercury -,i-
Optimax. 71 pound mo- -, ; ;S -
tor guide, 480 GPS/fish
finr tainless steel -


S CAMPERS/
TRAVEL TRAILERS
Jayco '03 camper, 34 ft.
2 slide outs. Exc. cond.
Like new on rented lot
with water front view
Lake Eufaula $19,000
OBO 334-793-0021.
Gulfstream '03 26' Fifth
Wheel w/ slide out,
Great cond. $12,000,
334-726-2186.
Forest River Surveyor
'06 30ft. Travel Trailer,
self-contained, sleeps
8, excellent cond.,
$16,995, 334-792-5151 or
334-648-1828


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SpoFleetwood Scorpion '06,
$18,600. 334-774-5412 or _"trailer.o both,
334-790-1346. Aquasport 2000, 23', ramps. $14K. Call Blake-
Tiara '00 3500 Open, w/200 Johnson Ocean ly, 229-723-5958.
twin diesel engine, Runner, Great condi-
master bedroom, full tion. $13,000. Please Fleetwood Prowler '04
bath & kitchen, bay 334-791-2609 5th wheel, 25 ft, bunk-
point slip free. $155,000 Aluminum 15ft, fishing h house, 1 ow new,
850-258-9917 boat, 25HP motor, trail- gas/elec H20 heater,
SWEETWATER '94 20ft er, trolling motor, fish $15,200 850-557-1731
Pontoon Boat, w/trai- locator. $3000 334-671-
ler, '06 trolling motor, 2998 FLEETWOOD '05 Prowl-I
with extras $8,000 334- Alumacraft '00 Flats, 18 er AX, fifth whceel, 36ft,
775-7548 90 HP Johnson, trolling shower, 30/50amp. A
motor, depth finder, real must st: $39,900
I I live well, bimini top, 334-687-2994
S i marine radio. $6,000. o
229-723-5969 or 229- "
... 308-2595n

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SPORTSCRAFT'70,30- w'o; '.".- -" ..
ft, 440 Chyr. engine, .r- ~~ .--. Fleetwood '00
good condition, $5,000 i'. Prowler Camper,
OBO 334-687-4634. -- 1i4.' t '-:..*._ Ig. slide out, 38', 2BR,
SILVERQUEEN'70 Great cond., $10,500,
Houseboat in good '95 Hunter 23.5 sailer Call 229-308-1168,
shape $6,500 FIRM w/ trailer; '03 5hp Hon- I
334-695-3548 da 2much2 list, 10k22 Coachman'99 Royale,
OBO, Call 334-806-2822. 36ft with 2 large slide
i outs, queen bed, sleeps
S .9 4,2 AC units, TV. On a
rental lot on Seminole,
S ,can stay or move.
.-. $13,500. 334-678-7551

98 Codchman Santa-
SEADO'94 EXPLORER ra, 35ft. 23,000 miles,
JET-BOAT 13ft. Excel- 7KW generator, 2 en-
lent Condition. 72hp, 86' BAYLINER 29ft. Vol- tiesa ducted CH/A'
depth finder, Custom vo 260 eng., fully loaded hydaulc eve ers
Galv Trailer, Cover and w/trailer, ow hours rear queens, sleeps
other extras. $3700 $13,900 OBO 687-8169, 6, leather power cap-
080. Call 334-794-6793 334-703-3138airs, ase
Lv. Msg.. ment model, great
Lv. Msg. 34 ft. House Boat, shape, all manuals,
Ranger '89 bass boat Sleeps 6, good cond., service records,
370-V w/ 94 Mercury asking $12,000 OBO, $32,000. 850-762-
150hp. Trolling motor Call 334-792-1079 or 3865
and depth finders, 334-718-9054
$5250. 334-714-5813 ,
Quachita'80 Boat with .
40 hp motor. 334-794- ,
2398 .. .
Pontoon Boat, 2007, -
used 5 times. Fisher 18 it --
ft., 4 stroke 60 Mercury. -- -:--
Bottom paint, GPS, pd.
$18,500, sell $12,500. '95 Westport b Fleet-
334-794-3063 30ft. Hunter Sail Boat, wood, 34' 2 slides, rear
Nitro '92 180F hp turn key Live Aboard, kitchen, hardwood
Nitro'92 180FS 150hp, great weekend get floo rseoo o
garage kept $6,900. away. Many upgrades. $40 334
OBO. 334333-5178. Pt. Saint Joe, FL., $18K $14000 687-2684, 334-
OBO, Call 850-227-4034 703-0125
2004 90 hp Mercury 2007 19ft. Pilgrim Lite
bad$70im Travel Trailer, like new,
Out board $3750. firm a2n eal
also 9.9 HP Evinrude (334) 677-3827
'-: $650. 334-774-3165 or (334)6773827
334-791-7208 2006 custom parlk mod-
2001 17' Glastron elLog Cabin,used 3
months perfect for lake
Moomba '06 Outback V, SX170, 90 HP Johnson, lot hunting cabin or
V-8 Indmar assault 325, Aluminum trailer, great mother in
mtr w/ 320 hr eq shape, $7500, Call 334- mother in law suite on
mtr w/120 hrs. equip. 6 ,7500Ca 334 your lot, ready to move.
w/ hydraulic wake 677-4912$33,900. OBO (251)654-
plate, ballast system, 16 ft., 1974 Glastron w/ 5586
wake board tower,C- 1998 70 HP Tohatsu, 2005 Gulf Stream Cavi-
D/sound system ect., runs great, $3000, Call lar Pkmd], 31, sleeps
$26,000 OBO, 334-432- 334-714-4882 lar Pkmdl, 3cL, sleeps
0890 6, excellent condition.
'01 Boston Whaler Full stand up shower.
Marquis '77 w/1990 re- Dauntas, 22ft, 200 HO $6,000. 334-237-1039
built 90 HP motor, mercury motor, full
trolling motor & fish electronics, $22,000 2004 Dutchmen Classic
finder. $3,000 obo. 334- 850-890-0097 35ft. 2 slides. bath.
475-3272 Satellite. W/D hookup.
Exc. cond. Like new.
CAMPERS/ $17,500:334-671-0312.
..-S .TRAVEL TRA EaRS -
SSprinter 1999 5th wheel ." P .
27ft, with slide out
room, fully loaded with 2003 Keystone Cougar
new hitch. $9500 334- 5th wheel, Series 276
805-3058 EFs. 28 ft. w / living
Mako '97 Model 191-19', room slide. Great cond.,
150 HP Mercury live Sandpiper '06, 5th $13000, 334-702-8267,
well, Bilge pump, $9,000 wheel, 3 slides, Retail leave a message.
OBO. Wil trade. Call $29K. Wholesale $25K.
334-718-1550 selling for $21K. 850- 1995 Shasta Travel
866-2468 or 850-896- Trailer, 22 ft., sleeps 4,
Mako '77 center con- 3774 $5500, Call (334) 794-
sole, 20ft, 200HP evin- 2921
rude, excellent shape, ROYALS International -
$6000obo, 334-585-6689 5TH Wheel trailer 40' 08' Amerilite Travel
w/slide out. 26' awning, Trailer 21/ ft. Fully self
Laten '03 Camper Trail- many extra $6,500 205- contained, Used once.
er w/ slide. 30 ft. Fully 988-3283 Pd $13,400, asking $10k
self contained. $6900 owl--- 850-579-2217
OBO, 334-687-4503 Prowler'98 5th Wheel. --
S31ft. living & dining lI MOTOR '
Javin 16 foot boat, 90 slide, full bath. Queen, '
HP Johnson. $3500 334- bed. end kitchen/oak M HOMES
797-0309 cabinets, exc. cond.
Javelin '94' Bass boat $10,500.334-791-1783
377A 150 fast strike, Prowler 34 ft, 2 slides, -..
trailer. $4750 334-596- bumper pool, sitting on
1694 lot in Eufaula with boat W
shed. Call for details. '
Jason 1986 bass boat $15,000 FIRM. 334-798- .
110 Johnson motor, 0095 or 334-685-7742
garage kept, good con-
dition $4500 OBO 334- Outback '0631 RQS
794 5511 /334-798-5936 Loaded $16,900 OBO Winnebego '99 Brave
334-618-4501. 35-C, 35', living rm,
Nash 2004 5th wheel M- slide, 35k mi., Alcoa
.\ 24-53, 1 slide, wheels, new tires, gen.,
sive condition imandres- jacks, $33,500 obo, 522-
Sequipment, W-07 Silver-
'' ado available for total Seabreeze Class A 95',
,, travel package, let's good condition, new
:.1 A discuss price. 334-701- carpet & bath fixtures
4315 64,900 mile. $25,500.
Hunter 2004 306, like Montana 2005 5th 850-547-34313
new loaded, wet slip Wheel, 4 slides, king
available, in Port St. bed, excellent condi- -1-
Joe, FL great weekend tion. $34,500 OBO 850- [ -
getaway, Detailed pics 547-2808
& info upon request Montana02'th wheel '
$70K 850-653-8147. Lv M a 5th where
Msg camper, 32.5 ft. 2 slides, ,
mounted space heater, -
*: new 4000 Onan.
generator w/inside 0e-
Smote, $25k 30B, 850- R-VISION '06 Trail-Lite
S. 593-6946 26ft fully loaded low
.- ",*---.,: -' "'Maco'06 5th w>n heeln ,, mileage like new! In-
v S^ z Maco cl06 5th heel ude's navigation sys-
,' w/slideout, used lyr by tem Priced at $62,500
non-smoker, can be 6BO6'-334-616-6508 to
seen at 2469 El Bethel see
dGlassstream '84 Hy Church Rd. GR. $19K
draBass 15 V, w/ 80 hp 850-593-6058 "
marianer motor 91 805 -65
model. 45 pt trolling Keystone Hornet'03, 27 . "
motor. Green, runs well, -ft, no smoke/pets, very .Q-- =
very clean, Great cond. clean, has a super slide, .
$3800. OBO. 850-573- below wholesale $8500 -
6222. 850-674-1305
Gambler'98 19 foot Jayco 2001 pop up
bass boat, 150 HP mari- camper, sleeps 7, gas RIVERSIDE '05 ADVEN-
ner, gambler trailer, or electric fridge, heat- TURE travel trailer. 33
like new. $8200. 334- /cooling system. awn- ft. Large slide-out.
792-2458 ing. $4800 334-794-7103 Sleeps 9. Great condi-
-tion. $16K. Must see.
Fisher 2008 1754, 40HP Jayco "08" Eagle 5th Call Bob 334-445-6400.
4 stroke mercury, ta- wheel, 291RLTS, 3
chometer, humming- slides, with covers, Fleetwood 2002 Discov-
bird 565, live well,.bilge electric awning $35K, ery 39ft, 2 slides, 330
pump, $11,200 334-798- selling for health rea- HP diesel, very nice
0010 sons 334-791-4192 $85,000 334-618-8457


HONDA '05 VTX 1300,
RED, 5000 miles, war-
rarity, Great cond.
garage kept, $6,200,
334-774-6779.



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Honda '06 250 Rebel,
Motorcycle. Like new.
$2.800, 334-498-3918.
Honda '06 CRF230.
$2200.-334-618-3234 or
334-671-5790
HONDA '06 VTX 1300 C
Cruiser, 1,700 miles,
black & chrome, Vance
-and Hines custom ex-
haust, $8,500 OBO 334-
695-9269, 334-695-9265
Honda '07 750 CC. 4 yr.
maintenance & 5 yr.
warranty included. Ask-
ing Payoff! 850-573-
2692
Honda'07 750 CC. 4 yr.
maintenance & 5 yr.
warranty included. Ask-
ing Payoff! 850-573-
2692


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Kawasaki of'00 ZX12,
green, lots of extras,
extended swing arm,
loaded, like new. $6500,
OBO 334-790-0028
KAWASAKI -'03 Vulcan
1500 Classic. Never laid
down, 19,000 miles, ex-
cellent condition. Load-
ed, $7,500. 334-702-7775
if no answer, leave
message.







Kawasaki '04 Ninia,
blue, low miles, Like
new. 2700, obo, 334-
983-6264.








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 (a34) 333-2988
Kawasaki '81
K2750LTD-H2.Needs
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 '00 4-Wheeler,
4 wheel drive,
334-794-2398
Polaris '07 Outlaw
500cc, great cand. 15
minus hrs. $3,500. Call
334-389-7073
Polaris 90cc '06, green,
Great cond. $1,650, Call
334-726-7516.
Sportster '06 883 Low.
Motorcycle. Black, 490
mi., excellent condition.
Loaded, 6200 OBO. Call
334-255-3165 or 334-
255-2920.


MOTORCYCLES/ AUTOMOBILES
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AUTOMOBILEsi

$500 Cars from $500!
Police Impounds for
sale! For listings
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'86 Corvette Red Only
103k with Red/Black
Ithr, AT Entirely new
AC/ PW&L Garage Kept
$7400 or OBO. 596-0157


LOOK
Acura'92 Integra, 5spd,
Black, CD.Runs well. Re-
built motor, sunroof.:
Great cond. 2,000 obo.
Brand new 26" rims,
Chrome w/black 3,800
334-671-1607.
BMW '04 330C], cony.,
black, w/black int.,
nav., system, call for
more info. $28500 OBO
229-308-1493
BMW '04 Sedan Md#
525i Silver, 28,775K mi.,
AT/ 6sp. Garaged, exc.
cond. $30,500. 334-803-
9276 or 334-393-5829
Bonneville '05 GXP,
North Star V8 engine,
Metalic grey,50K miles
$18,500 850-209-1087
Buick '01 Park Avenue,
white, loaded, exc.
cond. 64K mi. $7,995.
334-794-7493.







Buick '89 Park Ave.
Classic Beauty!! Tan,
runs well, very clean,
$1500. See at Eagle
Ridge Apts. 1181 Mur-
ray Rd. Bldg R parking
lot Dothan, Al then call
334-792-8659.
Buick '95 Skylark, for
sale for junk, $200 850-
592-2588
Cadillac '06'DTS GM,
fully loaded, 31,500 mi.
Immaculate condition.
$24,500. 850-592-2773
Cadillac '93 Aliante
Convertible, red, beige
leather excellent. 71k
miles $13,900 334-449-
2823 or 334-723-3037
Cadillac '96 Fleetwood,
Broutghasm Edition, 22"
rims, exc. cond., 78K
mi., asking $6400 OBO,
Call (334) 379-5118







Chevrolet '03 Tahoe
LT. SUV. Black, Auto.
8-cyl. 2 WD.78000,
excellent condition.
Loaded, CD, AC,
AM/FM, stereo, new
tires, leather int.
very clean, $16,400.
Call 334-790-5685.

Chevrolet '07 Corvette.
Convertible. White,
Auto. 8-cyl. 2 WD.
15,700, excellent condi-
tion, Loaded, $43,900. -
Call 334-714-1400.
Chevrolet '87 Corvette
Coupe. 71K actual mi. 1
owner, 2 tops, other ex-
tras described when
called. 334-393-2109


B MOTOR n MOTORCYCLES/,
HOMES ATVs,
Monoco Knight '06, 5
Save $25K or more.
Diesel, 4 slides, 4300 mi, E L
many upgrades
$159,700.850-866-2774 HARLEY DAVlDSON '08
Fat Bob Pearl Blue, 6-
Lexington '06 29ft,3 spd. 2000 miles, excel-
slides, full body paint lent condition. lots of
11K miles, like new. extras, 2YR warranty,
$57,900 more info 334- $14,500 OBO. Call 334-
703-2500 441- 6962.
Holiday Rambler '02, Harley Davidson '08
diesel pusher, 2 slides, Road King. Crimson
outside ent. center, Red, 6-spd. 675 miles,
loads of extras, no excellent condition.
smoke,-no pets, 38K warranty, $19,500. Call
mi., Must Sell! $68,500 334-618-9828.
OBO, (850) 638-7920 or
850-596-8475
Fourwinds '08 Chateau
Sport Class C, 28 ft. .M164
Workhorse Chassis 6.0L S ELL
Vortec. 5578K mi. no sl. Harley Davidson
outs. non-smoker and '08 Road King.
pet free. $55,000 obo Crimson Red,
*Serious inquiries only* 6-spd. 675 miles,
Reduced!334-522-3652. excellent condi-
tion. warranty,
Damon Intruder 00'. 334-618-9828.
35 ft. Class A design-
er. V-10, 27,917K2
slides, 2 AC, 2 TV's, HD '02 Fat Boy. Motor-
side by side frig w/ cycle. Custom, 8500 mi.,
ice maker. New tires, exc. condition. Loaded,
Towing pkg. $39,500. $12,000 OBO. Call 334-
334-696-4746. 255-3165.

Concord Coachman '05 HD'03 1200 Sportster,
Motor Home. 23' long 100th Anniv Ed, w/
M shield, bags, Tandem
2700mi, Take over pay- seat w/backrest, 7500
ments.850-593-5103 miles. Exc. cond. $5500,
Airstream'93, 34' diesel 334-449-0015.
64K mi. Excellent cond. HD '05 Softail Standard.
$25,000, 334-792-1079. Only has 900 mi. Has
28 ft. Allegro, well been kept in house.
maintained, new tires, $11,000. Not even a
fully loaded, new paint, scratch. 334-714-5239
indoor kept. $12,500. HD'06 Heritage Softtail
Call 334-792-8018 ore om
334-792-8827 Classic. White, 5-spd.,
334-792-88271700 m, excellent con-
Wi_ im 406-1999.
ay ,'-"\>. =t, j- 5 edition. $16,500. Can 334-
Honda'03 VTX 1800
ene d Black, Motorcycle. Gar-
age kept with approx
r 4 2000 miles. Showroom
L condition. Backrest/
luggage rack w / bag,
1997 Four Winds Class quck detach wind-
C, 31 ft, A/C, stove, mi- shield. $8700, 334-445-
crowave, fridge, sofa, 6933.
dinette. $24,900. Call
334-791-1450. HONDA' 04 Rancher ES,
lobw miles. Great cond.
$3500. 334-692-4120.
"R": -."-- '..;- Honda'05 Foreman 500,
. "-B .'.' ~ red, warn wench 2.5 ton
i-r, q4. Luggage rack, mirrors,
thumb bar. like new,
e. need to see. $4,500 334-
684-2080.

'04 Pace Arrow 37 C, U(: : ?..
Work Horse Chassis.
19K, loaded, 3 slides, 99 'opI- "-
tow car, $93,000, Call .I,, ,
(334) 618-0717 5.- ,: ; -


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SUNF200850CC, '
moped, street legal.
$800 334-793-5248
Suzuki '07 GSX-R600,
1141 mi., like new,. sk-
ing $7400 OBO, 334 677-
3694 or 334-714-03- '
Suzuki'08 GZ250 wind-
shield 5 yr. ext. warr.
$3,800. 334-791-0701.
Suzuki '97 VZ800 Ma-
rauder, very low miles,
$3000. Sharp Bike. 334-
899-3356
Triumph '73 chopper,
custom built in Miami
nice bike, lots of
chrome, runs good
$3,500. 334-984-2044







VERUCCI '05 50CC, 4
stroke, 120 MPG plus 45
MPH, Sportster replica
$1,200 334-355-1339 be-
for 6 PM
Victory 1999 1500,5K
American made bike
$6000 Firm 334-618-
8457
YAMAHA '02 Banshee
$2,500 OBO 334-355-
0491
Yamaha 02' Zuma
Scooter. 6400 mi.
125mpg, Windshield &
luggage rack,excel.
cond. $1600. 850-352-
4723
Yamaha '06 R1 3,500K
mi. Garage kept with
upgrades. $8,000. OBO
334-239-0055
Yamaha 07' V-Star.
New Loaded, comes
with helmet & cover.
Only 1 mile! $6,500. Call
any time. 334-494-3344.
Yamaha 2003 YZ125, 2
stroke, pro circuit pipe
great condition. $3400
334-726-3842
Yamaha 2005 Raptor
660, extras, low hours;
$4000. 334-677-3738





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CHEVROLET '05 Cor-
vette. Convertible. Sil-
ver, Auto. 8-cyl. 26,000,
excellent condition.
Loaded, very clean,
40,900. 334 430 2667.
Email sunshine137@
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Chevy '03 Z06 Corvette,
Excellent cond. 35K mi,
$27,500. 850-762-8399
Chevy '05 1500 custom
paint and rims4.8 liter
99K mi. $6,900 334-618-
6123.
CHEVY '06 Malibu, 4DR,
low miles, loaded
$1Q,000 334-687-4571
Chevy '32 Original body
& frame, 350 engine, AT
Trans., extras! Must see
to appreciate! Serious
Inq. only. $20,000 obo.
334-372-4122
Chevy '90 Corvette Con-
vertible, black,ok cond.,
low mi., $6,900 obo. Call
334-793-6997
Chevy '91 Caprice, 4-dr.
new paint, Burgundy in
& out. Good cond. 96K
$4,200. OBO or trade.
334-793-7989.



Chevy '94 Camaro,
Blue, Sedan. 5- spd.
6-cyl. 2 WD. Loaded, .
Power brakes, Power .
steering, CD, A/C, runs
well, new tires, T-Tops,
very clean, Great cond.
.$4000., 334-618- 3414.
Chevy '94 Caprice
w/LT1 posi rear end
Station wagon. Auto
$1,800. 334-696- 8019.
Chrysler '01 Sebring,
convertible, 56K miles,
excellent condition.
$7,200 850-685-5542
(Troy)








Chrysler '04 Crossfire.
Grey, 6-spd. 6-cyl. 48K.
Loaded, CD, leather int.
Great cond. $17K. 334-
596-1810.
Chrysler '05 Pacifica
Touring Model, 43K mi.,
seats 6. white, 1 owner,
exc. cond., new front
tires, $13K 334-222-2166
Dodge '99 4X4 77K mi. 4
dr. great cond. $5,900.
334-614-6123.

Ford '02 Mustang,
Dark Red,Coupe. 5-
spd. 78000mi, In-
dash CD stacker,
leather, warranty,
$6,500 Neg., Ph:
912-996-8109.

FORD '05 Mustang Con-
vertible, leather, V-6,
loaded, 18K miles,
$16,000 334-355-0881

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Ford '06 Mustang GT,
light blue, blackleather
int., premium.sound,
loaded, 5 sp., exc. cond.
20,700 mi, REDUCED
$17,685, 23 MPG, hwy,
reg gas. call 334-588
3400


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Ford '06 Mustang, Red,
Auto, 6-cyl. 35,500 mi,
very clean, Great cond.
$12,100,334-798-5753.
Ford '07 Focus, 22k mi.,
factory wrnty, all the
options, like new,
34mpg. Asking $12,800.
Call John at 334-477-
3068
Ford '07 Taurus SEL.
Loaded, factory warr.
30K. mi. $10,200. 334-
684-9770.









Ford '08 F350 Lariat
Crew Cab SRW 4WD
Pick-up. Blue over
beige Auto. 64L Turbo
Diesel. 7,800 miles. Per-
fect condition. Loaded,
warranty, $44,000 obo
Call 334-447-8304.






Fred '08 .Mu' rng CT

custom paint, leath-
er. $31,900. Call 334-
618-2441.

Ford '64 Thunderbird,
82K mi, 1 owner, $4000.
Will trade. Call 334-632-
8024

Ford 864T hunder-
bird, 82K mi, 1 own-
er, $4000. Will trade.
334-632-8024
Ford '85 Crown Victoria
LTD, 4-dr. V-8 auto, 92K
mi. new paint & vin.top.
$1,495. 334-687-1363.
Ford 95' Mustang,Co-
nvertable $2500 850-
726-0256
GAS SAVER
Dodge '97 Neon 5
speed, A/C. 107k miles,
like new, must see!
$2200. 334-648-3171


Mitsubishi '06' Eclipse Silver, Auto, 32k miles,
GT, Red, 6-spd. 46550, fully loaded, sunroof,
new tires, very clean Asking payoff $15k. Call
mfg warr Viper alarm, 334-685-3215.
tints, Exc cond. 15000,
334-333-7555. Toyota '05 Camry, 4
door, tan, auto., sun-
zIEK roof, cd changer, all
--. -". pwr., like new, 17,300
mi $15,900, Call (334)
Up 389-3071
.i;- i Toyota'98 Sienna.
Green, Auto. 171k. Runs
S great!! $4,000 obo. 719-
930-8524.
Mitsubishi '06 Lancer 02 Volkswagen 05' Torgua-
Rally A/C Power reg, Gray w/saddle inte
Windows & Door locks, rior, 40k miles, top of
CD Player, $ 11,750. the line, sun roof, V8
Financing Available- option,dual climate air,
WAC. heated seats, automat-
Call John 334-797-0420 ic w/manual shift op-
or Jason 334-714-1601 tion, steering wheel .
controls, side curtain
S hades for back seats,







6dis cdteasfin. "ateprr b rndno
-4 and rear air. $ 23,800
1601 334-701-8555/334-685-
6233
K W7 r. NN Volvo 04' V70, 2.5 turbo
wagon, 73k miles, Auto
w/manual shift option,
Mitsubishi07 Eclipse dal air climate control






Mitsubishi '95 Eclipse Aur sa s, D-
GT, Vh, Loaded, Ithr, memory seats, CD/ca-
diak cd, htd seats fin sse player, d w/tan
avail. $17900. John 3 334. lather,remaining 100k
797-0420 or Jason 714- waranty.$10,900, 334-
0381 334-695-0381. Cadilla701-8555/334-685-6233
Classiiedshavewhat Aonvertible. $8500,
you are looking for.
Mitsubishi '95 Eclipse AUTOS
GSX turbo05 Maxima SL, 4-cy334-774-auto.9243
leather int. new tires,nt- -
real fast. 70K mi. 4
$3,000. 334-984-2044.
Nissan '03 35 Touring Cadillac '73 Eldorado,
pack. 61K mi. new tires "
& brakes elec. blue
$16,900 owner, $17,BO334-397-00 tion, garage kept, 96K
0381 or 334-695-0381. Cadillac '68 Deville,
1671Red, Convertible. $8500,
Nissan '05 Maxima SL, 334-774-9243.
fully loaded, leather int.
bose sound system & Cadillac '73 Eldorado
garage kept. exc. Restored, mint condi-
cond., 1 owner, $17,300 tion, garage kept, 96K
pay off. Call (334) 714- miles, $9,000, 229-334-
1671 8719


* AUTOMOBILES







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








Honda '05 Civic EX Spe-
cial Edition, Fiji Pearl
Blue, 5 spd. 36500 mi.,
$13,500, 919 844 2586.
Honda '07 Civic Coupe
Touch screen GPS navi-
gation system, DVD
player, 26K mi., black,
$16,000 786-223-2278.
Jeep '01 Grand Chero-
kee, Mint condition.
New tires, cold air,
$5,000. 334-685-3832
Kawasaki '07 Brute
Force 650 4X4. Black,
28 hours. Excellent con-
dition. $5000. 334-488-
4621.
Kia '01 Rio, 90k miles,
new tires, new timing
belt, new axles, new
truck struts. $3,400 obo.
210-685-3380







Kia '04 Optima LX, Gold,
44K miles, working AC,
CD player. $8,000.850-
326-0638.
Lexus '02 LS430 black, .
fully loaded, tan leather
int. very good cond. ga-
rage kept, tinted win-
dows. 89K mi. $16,800
334-718-3518
Lexus '07 ES-350, pearl
with tan interior, load-
ed, 15K miles. $31,000
334-685-1070 .-
Lexus '95 LS400, runs
good, all options, needs
some work, $2500, Call
(334) 792-4100 or 618-
9101
Lexus '98 ES300, Like
New. $4,995 OBO, 334-
798-6784
Lincoln '95 Towncar,
garage kept, 72k miles,
19 MPG. $4000 334-792-
5049
Lincoln '97 Towncar,
Signature Series, good
condition, new tires, 22
mpg, 116k miles, $4000
OBO. 334-793-3170
Mazda 04' RX8, 62,000
miles. Runs great. Borla
Cat-back exhaust, Take
over pmts. $19k owed.
850-557-6199
Mercedes '98 Benz E320
79K original mi. white,
well maintained, have
all service records.
$10,500. 334-596-2077
Mercury '76 Marquis,
less than 45K original
miles, 1 owner, $3500,
serious inq. only, 334-
691-7332 or 685-2269






MG '76 Midget com-
pletely restored. show
quality, like new,
$10,500. firm. 334-794-
7936.
Mini Cooper '06 Con-
vertible, auto, fully
loaded, immaculate.
$18,000. 334-596-2692.

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Nissan '05 Maxima SL.
White. Fully loaded.
Leather, Exc. cond.
Great gas, new tires,
CIn Carfax, 56K $17,500
334-797-8164
Nissan '06 Maxima SE
Exc. cond. white, war-
rrenty, 29K mi, $17,500
OBO 334-714-6616
Nissan '08 Altima 2.5 S,
15k miles, extended
warranty, 1 owner like
new condition. $17,900
334-750-4698
Oldsmobile '00 Intrigue,
110k miles, runs great.


'03 Class A Monoco La
Palma. 2 slides. 1n
bath. Loaded! Incl.,car
dolley & all furnishings
(dishes, towels, etc.)
$75K. 334-790-3480.
MOTORCYCLES/
H ATVs
'03 V-STAR 1100, 12K
miles, lots of chrome, 2
helmets, $4,500 229-
334-7489__9
2001 Road Star 1600,
dressed out, 12K miles,,
$6500, 334-790-4360
2005 CRF 150 F Honda,
ood condition, very
ow mileage, $2,000
687-3275 or 850-625-
3965
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.IT
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IN THE CLASSIFIED






Carter Shadow '05 Go
Cart w/ Roll Barlblue,
like new.$600 ,
OBO. 334-726-5713.
Harley '06 1200 Sports-
ter, white, dyna fender,
Screaming Eagle pipes.
Exc. cond. 6100 mi.,
$8,490 obo, 334-726-'
7815 .
Harley Davidson '00-
Heritage softtail twin
cam, blue & silver, rd
.$12,000. 334-671-4281.



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







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






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








Harley Davidson '06
Screaming Eagle VROD,
Red, 7K mi, warranty,
$18,000. Call 334-714-
5940. -
Harley Davidson '06
Sportster Custom. Red,
7,800 miles. Great con-
dition. $9,500 obo. 334-
796-8377.


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AUTos








Chevy '57 Belair 2 door,
Red, New interior Exc;
Cond, must sell. Crager
Rims, Al. Car. Was $20K
NOW $16k 334-793-1902
Ford '67 Bronco,
Automatic. $3,500.
850-263-3271



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must sacrifice. $4300 Ford '68 F100 step side,
334-648-3161 REDUCED, MUST SELL,
runs great 18K mi.
Plymouth '68 Fury II. black, MSTA $5,500
Runs, but needs work. obo. 334-671-3772.
Make offer. 334-447-
9152. "
Plymouth '85 Reliant, 4 .. -
cyl. automatic, good i.
mpg. Very dependable
work car, $1250. 334- 4... 2 4. ,
616-0639, 334-695-6202 S t,-
Pontaic '84 Trans-Am W Il .
ram air, hard top con-
vertible, 2 heater. Very Reduced-Sacrifice
rare car $6,500 334-792- Chevrolet '57 Bel-Air, 4
4100 or 334-618-9101. door, new eng. & paint,
Pontiac '01 Bonneville, 75% refur bished.Many
white, 6-cy, CD. 115k starting at $12,000. Call
mi. Very clean, good (334) 793-5534
cond. $5000 OBO. 334- _____---
.791-1604. HEAVY TRUCKS/
'' TRAIN LE RS
I"? s "-^g1* 49' Refer, trailer, 2 side
$ Zi6i' doors, roll up back
S door quick start, used
'. .. .. .' ,. for cooling produce, ex-
i4,. ((. .a cellent condition, new
motor w/ old motor for
parts. $6,000. Neg.. Call
334-522-3756
Pontiac '01 Grand AM, Cub Cadet zero turn
Red, 4DR,' AC, AT, C.D., mower 50' new blade
AM/FM. Real Clean! w/ 5X8 trailer ext.
$4,200.334-792-7814 warr. 1 yr. old.
Pontiac '04 Aztez 6 cyl, $2600.760-409-6204
4 door 96K mi. $5,800. FREIGHTLINER '01,
334-618-6123. FDL120. Semi truck,
Pontiac '06 GTO, 6.0, 810,000 mi. good cond.
400HP 24,000 miles, $19K OBO, 850-352-4808
black in/out, one owner Freightliner '04 M2.28K
$26,000, 850-352- GVWR, 26ft box w/ 6 ft
3752/850-557-6666 attic, CAT engine 159K
miles. Excellent Condi-
Pontiac 'do07 G, 4 cyl., tion. $24,000. 798-1221
w/ cruise, $13,900, Freightliner 92' 60 se-
(334) 445-6302, ries, Fuller transmis-
(334)733-0579 sion, Good for log truck
.., _... or long haul. $9000. 850-
^ %' .;tr. ''- 638-7290/850-527-2229.
'. " Gooseneck Trailer, 20ft
S flatbed, dual axel, 14K
a l capacity, less than
500 miles, $5,500 firm
850-890-0097 .
PONTIAC '07 G6 GT, Volvo '97 dump truck
Black, Conv. Auto. 6-cyl. W-64, tri-axle, 16' body.
15,400, Loaded, leather, ext. side, R swing barn
Like new. $22,500, door. $21,900. Call 334-
334-886-2399. 685-2772; 334-671-7632
P PARTS &
'--..-' t- \ ACCESSORIES
; B B '06 model 24' Car haul-
er, like new, $5000 850-

Camper shell, one yr.
Pontiac '71 Grand Prix old. Fits F-150 '99,
400/400, solid no canc- Black, Like new. $600.
er runs & drives $3,500 Call 334-347-2717.
OBO Trade considered
334-687-0805, 695-6568 Vestil, new 6'X30' pro-
table ramp for sale or
Pontiac '95 Trans Am. long term lease. $9,500.
purple, 8-cyl. 141,000, 229-869-1008.
$4000. Call 334-797-
9716. PICK-UP
Race Car Dirt late mod- U m'CKS
el '05 CJ Rayburn & 28' RUCKS
inclosed hawler. Many Chevrolet '05 1500 LS, 1
extras. 334-355-0298. owner Crew Cab, 66,500
-. -- .... mi., two tone paint, all
Call 334-792-2724
Chevrolet'00 Silverado
1500, 5.3L V8, Red,
Loaded, CD/AM/FM,
S A/C, runs well, Great
cod. Extras 12000.00
OBO, 334-355-1272.
Saturn '07 Aura XR,
9,800 mi., like new, Chevrolet '73 10-Wheel-
white Itr sunroof, all er with grain body. 334-
options, MUST SEE TO 794-2398
BELIEVE! $21,150 obo, Chevrolet '04 1500, 4x4,
334-522-3564" 'regular cab, long bed,
..- :.-- 39K, $11,000. Please call
fa k,' -'. n': 334-726-0729


Chevrolet '98 Z71 P/U
Fleetside Ext. cab, 3
Dr, 98K mi., Very Clean,
asking $9995 OBO. 334-
790-2364, 334-793-1005
Chevrolet 04 Z71, Reg
Cab. Pick-up. Gun Metal
Grey, Auto. 8-cyl. 4 WD.
52000, great condition.
Power brakes, Power
steering, CD, A/C,
AM/FM, stereo, $14,000.
334-488-4621.






Chevy' 02 Avalanche
4X4,16k miles, pewter
gray, chrome neft bars,
and brush guard, 20'
wheels, black leather
interior, loaded. $13,500
334-702-8439 or 334-
791-2609








Chevy 04' Avalanche
Z71, Excellent condi-
tion., Fully loaded. 78K.
$17,000. Call 334-677-
3133/797-5341
Chevy '96 Cheyene, sgl
cab, 4.3 6cyl vortec eng.
very good cond. $3700
cash. 850-482-8416
Chevy '94 runs great,
minor repairs needed.
$2500. 850-592-2927
Chevy '03 S10, 4 cylin-
der, 28 MPG, low miles,
excellent shape. $7200
OBO. 334-585-6689






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Bridgett
Watterson
Realtor


(850) 693-0487
bwatterson@realtyagent.com
4257 W. Lafayette, Marianna, Florida 32446
(850) 526-5260-office (850) 526-5264-fax
To Visit Our Listings Go
To www.floridashowcaserealtv.com


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NoMA ROAD, BONIFAV
115 acres! Farm land, planted pines &
pond! #07-2805 $460,000-



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Lisa Rees
Realtor
"Your local Realtor. Call me,
I'm'in the neighborhood!"


106 FAIRVIEw RD. MARIANNA, Nice
Triplewide on 5 acre on Hwy 167, Fireplace
in den, large kitchen with island, master bed-
room has a sitting room that could be nursery,
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Great Location, open floor plan and split bed-
rooms. This 4/2 has new carpet, tile, light fix-
tures, ceiling fans, with freshly painted interior
and exterior. Kitchen has Shenandoah cabinets
with hard surface counter tops. New windows
and doors interior and exterior French doors
leading to new 10xt2 deck and 8x13 workshop.
Also has new metal roof. #08-399 $144,900


3/2 Home built in 2007. Has vaulted liv-
ing room ceiling. Kitchen has beautiful
oak stain oh cabinets. Has front and back
porch and sits on 1.14 arce. Open floor
plan with neutral paint choices and floor-
inge. #08-40 $ t136.900


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


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





2308 TAYLOR RD, Cottondale, FL 32431
Nice 3/1.5 Irick Home in ll ihe c.tIry. Nice big yird
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Lee M. Gause. Un kr,
Cc,:.850-57311G60
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Beautiful 04 312 nome located on one acre in quiet area, min-
utes from Walmart/I-10 shopping and downtown Marianna.
Great 'floor plan, look brand new. Only a few hundred feet
from paved Lawrence Rd. MLS# 08-1406 $84,000


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28 acres located behind home at 3898 Peanut Road, list-
ed at only $62K. Portion of property has been cleared and
still has some irrigation hoses intact. Wooded area has a
couple of small ponds on it. There is a legal ingress and
enress easement from the highwav to this orooerlv. Home


4560 Hwy. 71, Greenwood
Beautiful 3/2 home on'over one acre, with 3777 sq,ft,
under roof, top of the line skyline with upgraded insulation,
windows, marble window sills, gas i ,,'p...:,.. stereo sys-
tem with surround sound that will i o.5,r. 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 seel MLS#08-1106 $164,000






Gliay Oak Way, MaiianraI FL 32446
Beautiful new construction /2 home built in Greenfield
Subdivision. Home is sitting on one of the largest corner
lots (one acre) Home is complete and ready to move in.
It is just waiting on you! Upgraded everything cabinets,
counter tops, appliances, flooring, way too many
upgrades to .mention. Home is a must see, call today and
make your appointment. Asking, price on this executive
home is only $274,900 and owners are motivated so


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





Tradc I P.rtman Hill Rad Mnrarr.r,, FL 32418
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 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. Check them out.
OWNER FINANCING AVAILABLE. Call 850-209-8870
for details today. MLS# 08-856 thru 08-865








and a shed out back Pool liner 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 dishwasher approx. 2 year ago.
Owner is motivated, bring all offers. MLS#08-1378
$147,500


Gause & Associates Realty

Highway 71 South
MARIANNA, FLORIDA
MAL 850-482-7990 ,
www.gauserealtyinc.com





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that has so many extras you hase to see them Just to mention a few. new
appliances. blinds. window treatments. pressure treated deck. intercom
system and more. PRICE REDUCTION!!! MLS 07-2188 $112,900






PRICE REDUCTION on this 3 bedroom home with easy access to.
interstate. ACI and Stlae lspital Nice sinniomi with ol luba. washer and
dIrver. lots l sMorl'e, Cirape 0ines. nalie plants and chain ilk lencine.
MLS 118-988 $129,0001


KR GMAC
CONNOR .-...
REALESTATE il ,t'

Gina C. Stuart
Broker/Owner CRS






(850) 482-4494

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

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MORRIS
-. Broker/Owner




4630 Hwy. 90, Marianna, FL 32446
(850) 526-2891 (office)
Each Office Is Independently Owned and Operated
You Can Find Us On The Web
At: www.sunnysouthproperties.com
Our E-Mail Address: c21Sunnyso@aol.com







EXCEPTIONALLY NICE HOME OF 5.64 ACRES. Some recent
updates, massive stone fireplace, beautiful designed kitchen with eat-in
area, 20 foot ceiling in the great room and loft that is perfect for your
office. Two storage buildings and Much More! MLS 08-1423 $225,000.







UPDATED.OLDER HOME in the country onlarge shaded lot with two out
buildings, grape arbors. blueberry bushes, fruil trees and still room for garden-
ing. Great investment property. MLS 08-1395 $59,900







HOME IN THE COUNTRY on nice shaded ace. Carpet and laminate looms,
covered porch, storage building and room underneath house for parking, more stor-
age or enclosing for more rooms PRICElREDUCED!!! MIS 0-127 $9,900






TWO HOUSES FOR THE PRICE!!! Main house with 4 bedrooms,
hardwood floors, fireplace but some renovations needed. Guest house is
waiting to have renovations finished. All on 1.77 acres. PRICE
REDUCED!!! MLS 08-1021 $133,000






UNFINISHED HOUSE ON 5 ACRES in'the country waiting obr'that
person who wanos to finish and renovate. Secluded and private but in a
convenient location. MLS 08-913 $45,900






LOVELY BRICK HOME Just o6unside Graceville on 23.63 acres. Home
with large rooms, breakfast nook in kitchen formal living/dining rooms.
den with fireplace and a two car garage. Home needs some updates and
garage needs doors.MUSTSEE!!!! MLS08-1424 $149,900


SUNNY SOUTH PROPERTIES




MCCOY
Realtor

Cell: 573-6198

4630 Hwy. 90, Marianna, FL 32446
(850) 526-2891 (office)
Each Office Is Independently Owned and Operated
You Can Find Us On The Web
At: www.sunnysouthproperties.com
E-Mail Address: emccoy02@yahoo.com







WELLMAINTAINEDHOME on5.23.Longddrivewayleadstothis beau-
tiful secluded home site. Abundant with wildlife, private nature trails and prop-
cty completely fenced. PRICE REDUCED MLS08-1139 $121,900

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SPLASHINGLY DIFFERENT! Refresh yourself in this completely
remodeled mobile home with in ground pool, new liner. pump house, pool
shted and nice decking. Home has fresh paint, new refrigerator, stove and
n6w roof. PRICE REDUCED. MLS 07-2106 $89,900






VERY NICE TWO STORY HOME on 2 acres. with 3 bedrooms, cus-
tom cabinets find double oven in kitchen, stone fireplace, laundry room.
attached double carpori with utility room and plenty of storage space.
PRICEREDUCTION! MLS 07-2650 $189,900






COUNTRY LIVING AT ITS BEST in this doubleswide mobile home
on 2.13'acres. New plantation blinds. window trealmenis and all decora-
silns stay. Large diinin room, breakfast room. built in storage and much
more. PRICE REDUCED. MLS 07-2187 $81,900






OVERCROWDED? Spacious 4 bedroom doublewide mobile home


Ruaa LAKE nuLMIEa UUNII T It IIKe
being on vacation every day! Beautiful
home, beautiful lake, great
workshop/barn, and it's on 4 acres"! See
this one! $359,000







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


4 1u11tt IlREELCI,M IVidlUoni. rllbFi l IsUIII JII nIII dUllt
condition. Over 1800 square feet of living area, ponderosa
pine paneling in den and Master Bedroom. 100' x 190' lot
with large oak trees. $129.,900.


411S ml r.liu u nl.. ouUnaLU iluumiiiiouniiti h
Pristine home in A-1 condition. Great neighbor-
hood near new Marianna High School. $169,900


IMPASS LAKE 394 LAKEPUINT UDIVE Is n ome is
situated on PRIME location of the lake!! It is an
absolute "must see!" Ask for Gina. $495,000
I .,- 77 =-


a39 RnUNDERUON DU6, rie-iiWoiio Lu'..uiri ju't
north of Greenwood off Hwy. 71. Nice brick
home, acre lot,.barn, lots of fruit trees.
$134,900


u nunlln unnlO unIVEc, oipajduua iiule
in The Oaks Subdivision. Attractive brick
with 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, sprinkler sys-
tem, and more. $179,000

"Srvceyodsev.

!L People YOU trust.


Tim & Patsy
Sapp
Broker Owner/Realtor


(850) 209-3595'
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Call Us For All Your Real Estate Needs
4257 W. Lafayette
Marianna, Florida 32446
(850)526-5260-Office
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TOPOFTHE HILL VIEW comes with this 17.79
acre horse farm. 3/2 brick home. Vaulted ceilings in
living room w/wood beam down the center. Built in
2002. Large back deck w/awesome view of gor-
geous valley below. In. a private setting. Spring fed
creek on property. Just'south ofChipley, FL. ALL
THIS FOR ONLY $274,900. MLS# 08-1356






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


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






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






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






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






IMMACULATE 4/2 Doublewide on 1I acre,
.paved street. Completely updated. All new
appliances, all new carpet, all new tile. New
paint. New front deck, new skirting. All like
new. 5 minutes from town. Recent FHA
approval. $89,900 MLS#F 08-554






LNP\CIV & MO\EC IN '..,, ..1...2 : .
on nice lot on Ashleigh Avenue, Grand Ridge.
New carpet, new vinyl. Big front & back deck.
All electric. On a deed restricted lot. Separate
living coom, separate den w/fireplace. Bring all
offers! Seller will give a 3 day cruise for 2 upon
the purchase of this nronertv! ALL THIS FOR


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


[NE AT & ATM lL IVE 1t[is 2/l.5 sits os n a Iil.e
shady lot on a paved street in Chattachoochee.
Comes with beautiful hardwood, tile floors, fire-
place, separate dining room. this iouse is neat &
clean and shows extremely well. Call for an
appoint'...-...s13S8I,, 89.000 -L OR.1358






WELL, ESTABLISHED BUSINESS!
(Owner ictiing. gna.it 'Mumr & Popm bsi 'ess. TuIn keC snm.ss
for sdc. Csotn s wtilih cleC yhing incluKlinti all in' Cito, &i li x.l in
live/Tm';. Excellent location!' Pic d to sll alt ONIX $S.50)! D)is
N(I inclt&lc ivd .le. U)w monthly lwe.. MLS#;8()-1233


SECLUDED 5 acres with very nice large dou-
blewide just minutes from Marianna. 3BR/2 full
baths, large utility room. separate living
roomn/den. Master bedroom, with fireplace.
Large oaks. RV building. 2 other outside storage
buildings. ALL ON A PAVED STREET' FOR
ONLY $115.900! NILS# 08-1314


8 ACRES all under fence with beauti-
ful home with "mother-in-law' quar-
ters. Plenty of room to have a horse;
fenced. Corner of Ara Lane and St.
Correction Road. $279,900


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








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2925 West
Manor,
Marianna

S1865 sq.ft. -3 bedrooms 2 baths *2 car carport

5095 Old
Hickory Circle,
Marianna

3776 +/- sq.ft. 3 bedrooms & 3 5 :ir:3s Hugi
kitchen, skylites & glass across back of home
WATERFRONT.on Merrits Millpond Dock, boat-
house #08-1177
5113
McPherson,
Alford

I1 ,615 :q % jAIt(I OitJt ,,,',L.31 Hri r ,, 1_' .



3124
Fourth St,
Marianna

baths Master bedroom on main floor Kitchen w/center
island Formal living & dining room #08-1203

SR-77,
flculle


on main floor Inground pool w/outside shower.& Vi bath Formal living
& dinin room* Lare kitchen w/center island* #08-1264
FOIR"L *"P H ISON


across from Indian Springs Golf #08-727
2960 Chase Way,
Marianna


1st in Jadckson Co. Cered Energy Star Home 2743 sq.t.
SAdditional acreage available 4 bedrooms & 3 bats Cental.Vacuum
System -Tan less Gas Waterheater- Granie Countertps#8-629
I J .~" .~ 1.4862Dog woodD r.
Marlanna


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- ueuruioo s a & oains i (40o sq, t.* 0 'te oarn
& outbuilding Master suite w/walk in closet*
Family rqom w/gas log fireplace MLS#6628
5245



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Meadowview Rd.,


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Famiy room w/fireplace 2 car garage & outbuiding Termite bde 108-885


* 3 BR/3 full baths & (2) '2 baths 3 car garage 3 central
unit w/3 zones Home theater room '#08-1362
S. 5114 Presidents
MMCircle,
Marianna

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#08 127
r3823 Greenfield
Rd., Marianna

S: .. o ..v,, 3BR/28 gara e w/Insulated
door Crown molding, base board, vaulted ceilings, hard wood &
tile flooring Baths wlculued marble countertops #08-11039


4e Broker Associate
(850) 526-9516



www.floridashowcaserealty.com
oramock@embarqmail.com
4257 Lafayette Street, Marianna, FL
(850) 526-5260-office
(850) 526-5264-fax
Website: buynorthwestflorida.com


BEAUTIFUL 16 acre horse e
farm with 1680 sq ft., 2/2
stucco/stone home with an unfinished, 1340 sq.
ft. master bedroom addition, making a total of
3000 sQ.ft. under roof. One bedroom / 1 bath
bunk house. 4 Stall horse barn with tack room.
2 Stall horse barn, stocked fish pond. fenced &
cross fenced, RV pole barn and more. NOW
REDUCED ONLY $249.900 #08-940


LYNN HAVENI Old Building of little value on the 3
lits. Zoned low density residential with permission for
Minor S/D, ind'a survey, you can split property into 2
lots. for 2 homes. Corner lot, large shade trees in a nice
neihbhnrhnnd In Ivnn I-ven. #08-1059 125.000


BRING OFFERS -
North Oaks Spacious brick 3/2 home w/garage &
screened porch. All BRs have walk-in closets. Large
master bedroom has separate entrance. Landscaped I
acre lot. #08-541. $15,000 ,


Brick 1700 SF 3/2 home on 4.99 ac in the coun-
try. Fenced for animals. Chain link fencing
around the house. Wet weather pond & 1,456
SF old barn on property. Handicap master bath.
08-596 $140,000

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Needs TLC. New wood laminate flooring, .ire-
place and central unit. Interior needs painting,
some baseboards replaced, some floor covering
replaced and kitchen updated .Owner will do


Beautiful 3+ acre lot has oak trees and cleared for build-
ing. Fi.:ntac .:' F. pon.j -' MWV corner of lot. Lot located
in vacinity of Silver .!.ti the i s mtn, exir of.Compass
Lake Hills horseback r;in ,di itmiTiin boating, fish-
Ir, ircnli oM0ciii e> Ca'.implte i le.dr.Je 'sn M Cormi-i
Lale rie i1.']0''i ONLY $20.000 MAKE OFFER]


TEN ACRESI-lmm.iculte D \V has split BR
design Master bath l\, garden tub. shower &'2
sinks .11 BRS ha3e allk-in closets. Large
kitchen W/pantry. Securl.tysystem. Wood burn-
ing FP.. RVhook-up. Storige bldg. Storm win-
.dows. Vaulted ceilings. Back half of property is
wooded 'Oincr Readi To MoNel #08-1035
$99,900.


tAl'ARINlA A:rr' CoUlf iTi3ainijh'i-Jt r.:,id '.: Jc.nh ,d.:
of property and a private road on East side. Wet weather area
on SE side, possible pond site. MH ok. #07-1692 $32,500.


MANlpY MAN itLIAL BUtiNlj ULU AS IS. Lreat
location South of Bonlfay. beautiful property. Well and
septic on property, do not kndw condition, House has
den that could be used as second bedroom. New bath-
room fixtures and some building .supplies are in the
house. OWNER ANXIOUS. #08-945 $49,000


* COTTONDALE 40 Acres has mature timber
& homesite on, back 20 acres. Front 20 acres Is
wet. Excellent hunting. #06-1863 $200,000.
* Lots in Compass Lake in the Hills Subdivision
beginning at $15,000
* Sunny Hill is a restricted subdivision North of
Panama City and the beaches. In area 6f new
Bay County Airport. A-2964 #08-1101 $18,000
* Cerro Gordo Estate, Westville. Enjoy fishing &
relaxing near Choctawhatchee River. Lot has
water & septic. #07-2162 $10,000.
* Grand Ridge- 15 Acres on Hwy. 69
South. Septic tank and city water. #A-2972
$140,000


'1i1: :i~r~d'F#6 '1"' very cean, warranty, 5iQ-fO-05L1
Xmpgnhw4.2V6,2 WD Like new $23,900.Call
47,000 miles, power 334-475-3600.
brakes, power 'f i, l '
steering, cruise, -' ' "
CD, A/C, AM/FM ,. .
stereo, new ARE ... ,
topper, towing pkg. .,- '
Great cond. $8, 25 ."
OBO, 334-692 3375. iV '-'. -.
Hummer '07 H3,
FORD 06' F250 XLT, $25,900, Red, 9,500
4WD, Diesel, White 68K Toyota '02 Tacoma SR5, miles, Red/Black
miles. $21,000. 080. Ext Cab. Must be refin- Leather Seats, Chrome
Call 334-726-4821 .anced loan balance Brush Guard, Larger
Ford '99 Lariat F250, Su- $12,000. 86k mi., exc. Tires than Stock4x4,
per Duty, Big Truck cond. Call 334-475-1785. Call 334-685-3463'
4x4, ext. cab, V-10, 38" Toyota '99 Tacoma 4X4
tires, 8" lift, 105k mi, single cab 4 cyl. auto,
exc. cond. $14,900.334 31/1050 all terrian tires.
889-0043/740-497-3152. 120k, $9,000 OBO. 334-
Ford '92 Rariger XLT,6 685-7207; 850-258-3018
cyl, 5 sp manual, good '. ~,,-
on5gas. $2750. 334-798- '- .'" -
5650______O_- .
Ford '07 150 SUpercrew ISUZU '00 RODEO,
Larridt 4X4. White sand I BRONZE Auto.6-cyl., 2
color w/tan leather 8K WD. 77,000, Loaded,
miles. Fully loaded. Bed new tires, Great cond.,
cover. $29,500 334-798- 334-7745405
5725. Toyota'04 Tundra 47k $6500, 3 47745405.
I 4 door All Power,Tinted Jeep '01 Cherokee, 4x4,K
Windows ,20" Chrom cold AC & CD player,
US a i Rims, CD, $16,800 or runs great, new paint
S1 OBO. Call 334-596-0157 $S500 OBO, Ca ll 334)
S SPORTUTILI 701-3974
VEHICLES eep '01 Cherokee, 4x4,
VEHICLES cold AC & CD player,
.runs great, new paint,
Buick '07 Rainier, By $5500 OBO, Call (334)
owner, 2WD, 6 cyl., Sil- 701-3974
ver Leather, Power,
20,000 mi. $20,000 neg., Jeep '86 CJ7, hard top,
Call 334-370-3921 bikini top, new seats.
new half doors, rebuilt
Buick '07 Rainier, 1 one eng., 106K mi, ,$5500
Ford '85 Tow Truck owner, leather, BOSE, firm. 334-735-3036
custom-built 1 ton. On-Star, 18k miles, gar-
loaded. Great condi- ret/gray, $21,000 neg, Jeep '05 Grand Chero-
tion. $8,500, 334-791- factory warranty. 334- kee, automatic,. A/C,
8695 or 334-794-2426 685-1261 .or 334-677- CD, extra clean. -
___ r__4_________3281 $18,500. 334-792-0645.


Toyota '04,4-Runner
SR5 Silver. Excellent
condition. 67K miles.
Electric, leather, Spoil-
er, $17,000 obo. 334-
791-9595.
Toyota '01 Sequoia,
limited edition, tan
leather interior, sun-
roof, 109k miles $9,000
334-,794-6130

S VANS

Chevy '88 Cargo Van
109K mi. Exc. cond. new
tires, $2,500. 334-774-
2791.







Dodge '01 Grand Cara-
von ES, red, Van. Auto.
6-cyl. 2 WD. 112,K mi.
miles, Loaded, Power
Brakes, Power steering,
CD, A/C, AM/FM, ste-
reo, runs well, leather
int. very clean, $5,200.
Call 334-347-0496.
Dodge '02 Caravan.
Blue, 140K miles, 4 cyl.
Cold AC 30mpg, $3200
OBO 850-485-73963_ .
Dodge '93 Grand Cara-
van, good tires, new
brakes, 23mpg, V6, new
cold A/C $1200 OBO
606-776-1762


niel, as Shbneriff of JaCK-
son County, Florida in 49/1989/GMC/Jimmy/
accordance with Flori- 1GKCS18Z6J8540816 ,
da Statues 705 and
more specifically, 49A/1992/Plymouth
705.103 and 705.105 Van/
F.-., have determined 2P4GH2535NR507927
that the property de-
scribed herein, has de- 50/Ford/Aerostar
cleared said property as Van/NOVIN #
being lost, abandoned, \
or unclaimed an andas 52/1993/Nissan
such, subject to sale as /Maxima/ .
provided for in the JNE1EJ01F8PT410966
above named statues
as follows: 53/1991/Pontiac/6000/
1G2AF54T5M6200013
No./Year/Make
/Model/Vin Number 54/1984/Oldsmobile
4 door/
T-1/1983/Yamaha/ 1G3AR69AXEM483165
Motorcycle/
JYASK5003DA101803 55/2003/Dodge/Neon/
1B3ES26C33D196589
T-2/1998/Yamaha/
Motorcycle/ ,56/1992/Chevrolet
JYA3HHEOXWA106094 Lumina/
2G1WN14T8N9233653
2/1989/Chevrolet/
Cavalier/ 57/1997/PontiacFire-
1G1JC5117KJ119069 bird/
2G2FS22K4V2211288
2A/1988/Mazda/ 323/
JM1BF2223J0201684 58/1998/Lincoln/Na-
vigator/
2 B / 19 8 6 / Linco I n/ 5MLRU27L8WLJ14934
T6wncar/
1LNBP96F7GY629299 59/19 8 5 Ford/LTD/
2C/1FABP3/936FG102735
2C/1989/Chevrolet/
Corsica/ 6 1/1992/Cadillac/
1G1LT54W6KE241656 Seville/
1G6KS53B4NU805841
2D/1996/Ford
Crown Victoria/ 62/1986/Ford/Mu-
2FALP71W5TX160584 stang/
1FABP28A3GF298683
2F/1989/Mercury/
G ran d M.a r q u i s 62A/1996/Buick/4 door/
2MEBM75F2KX702360 u 2G4WB52M9T1452213
3/ 1989/Mercury/ 63/1977/Cadillac/
Marquis Coupe De Ville/
2MEBM74F7KX650001 6D47S7ES19350


4/1988/Nissan/ 2 door/


63A/1988/Chevrolet


TRUCKS TRUCKS VEHICLES VEHICLES.
Chevy '05 Silverado Ford '04 XLT Super Cab, CHEV '04 Avalanche Z71 Jeep '94 Grand Chero- 1N4PB2254JC812202
Crew Cab Truck. Load- towing pkg., bed liner, loaded $18,000 call 334- kee, Automatic, AC, CD,
ed with extras $18,000. tool box, 53K miles, 695-2739 $2,500, 334-712-1531 / 1 9 8 5 / P on t i a c/
850-594-3282 $15,000, Call (334) 794- Parisienn/
C-hey4- ------- 6.Cl3)0751 Chevrolet '99 S10 Blaz- Jeep 01' Grand Chero- 1G2BT69HOFX229018
Chevy '00 Silverado 6.0 er, Good AC New trans. kee Laredo, cream col- G
Eng. Ext., cab w/ long Ford '06 XLT 150 tow w ith warr., New tires, or, bug shield, side vis- 6 / 1 9 9 1 / Nissana/
bed CD, Full towing package, 17k miles, clean. Runs great!!!!! ors, roof rack, clean in- M a x i m a
pack. $7,000 334-477- burgundy, loaded. REDUCED!!! $3,200. 334- side & out. 97k miles Dodge'94 High Top JN1HJ01P5MT586066
2271. $17,000. 334-691-5336 596-5032 runs great. $6500.850- Conversion Van'94 High Top, JNHJ318,P5MT586066
Chevy '07 Silverado LT Chevrolet '02 Tahoe LT 545292112K mi., all power, 7/1987/Chevrolet / 4
Crew Cab, exc. cond., White, Auto. 8-cyl. Jeep '05 Rubicon, electric queen bed 3 door/
Bed cover, 26K mi., >, 2WD. 91,000, Loaded, $18,500, V6, auto., AC, airs, tilt & cruise, t.v., 1G1BN51H9HX172731
$19,000, (334) 237-1039 .. Great cond. $12,000 46K mi., new BFGoo- vcr, game station,- 7A/193/Lincoln/
Chevy '96 Silverad O.B.O. (334) 726-0193. drich All Terrain tires, $3150 OBO. 334-522- 7 A1
LWev STD Cab, Good i (334)699-8668, 803-5910 4419, 813-469-1592 Towncar/F7DY 336
Cond, Loaded 153K m. Jeep '03 Wranger, very Dodge'99 Caravan, V6,
$3990. OBO334-671- nice! khaki, soft top, jazzy 1113 power chair 7D/1996/Dodge3/Ram
4216. 4 AC, AT, over-drive, tilt, & a Harmar power 3B7HC13Y9TG134619
Yo -ae------- i 4.0 4WD, tow pkg. run- ramp inside. $5000, call
Classified Ht.as.. t *ii, A., ; ;.:u ning boards, CD, full Elliot H: 334-793- 7E/1985/Ford/Pickup
ar11sClassified Has It!!! ., .rnu,.. doors, new tires & bat- 7475, C: 334-797-5693 1FTEF15H8FNA10800
Chevy 04'Tahob Z71, Hauler Bed w/ Rhino. tery, 39,400 mi. $13,800
Chevy 04' TahoeiZ71, rHauer Bed w/tno obo. Paul 850-482-7490 /1 9 8 8 / Lincol n/
Burgandyi/beige Gooseneck 30K 5th obo. Paul 850-462-7490 Lincon /
leaer 83k miles, Wheel, 30K mi., no Chevrolet '01 Tahoe LT. Jeep '91 Wrangler, 4 cy. 1LNBM81F6JY819382
steering wheel co trades, $45K, Call 4x4, leather. 1 owner, good shape, new top,
trolsrdce'ntbucketw seating (302) 545-1158 85kmi. Sunroof, 3rd Rhino bed line sprayed -.- 10/1987/Buick/ Park
disc cd changerats, n seat. Exc. cond. inside, $6500, Call (334) Avenue/
dash, power seats, rear GMC '07 Duramax die- $14,500. 334-360-0774. 726-0219 1G4CW5131H1458570
air controls, sel125,000 miles $38,500
$16,800334-701- 334-677-9008; 334-726- Jeep'06 Wrangler, 4.0L Ford '01 Windstar Sel. 11/1987/Toyota/
8555/334-685-6233 2767. 6spd, AC, PS, soundbar, Van. Green, Auto. 6-cyl. Corolla "
S. special wheels & tires, 2 WD. 98,500, great con- 1NXAE8GH41627
Chevy '94 Truck, 4whd Classifieds have what lots of options.5k miles edition. Loaded $5,700.
Custom Sound System you are looking for. ... $17,500 229-376-2670 334-671-9879. 12/1985/Ford/Pickup
$2500.850 592-2927 GMC'91 Jimmy 4x4,6.2 .-,, ...- --* 1FTBR10S7FUC14443
Dodge 05' 3500 Quad Diesel 4 in lift. alumi- : rd 13/1998/Oldsmobile
Cab Dually. Cummins num wheels 12x36 Radi- ; Econoline, redhyd
Turbo Diesel, 69k miles, al Swampers PS, PB, wheelchair lift, A c h i e v. a
CD, Cruise, $2,500 AC, Auto, AM/FM CD CHEVROLET '07 TAHOE ..-. auto ACB, PS CD, 1G3NL52MOWM324576
850-526-2290.,ays, $5500 obo. 850-762-9333 Z71, 4WD, 13,000 ML, !2 14AM/FM, 9 87,81e vromi,
eves. 850-594-9931DOVD'S, NAV., BACK UP -.t, --,' ," 4 Gr cond. $10,500. 14/1992/Chevrolet
eves. 850-594-9931 GMC '02 Sierra Ext. Cab, CAME-RA, LEATHER 3 334-618-3332. Caprice/
Dodge '01 Ram, 4DR, with tool box, 80K mi.; SEATS, PD 51K, SELL Jeep'97 Wrangler.' 1G1BL53E6NR126394
149k miesV-8.$350 great shape, $9500, Call FOR $36,900 FIRM, Call New red paint job GMC '98 Safari Van, 15/1992/Ford/ Temp
334-632-1100 334-797-5249 334-684-6291 SUV. 5-spd. 4-cyl. 4 WD. 7pass, V6, AT, AC, Rear 2FAPP36U4NB166023
GMC '00 Sierra SLE Chevrolet'02 TraIlblaz- 100,000 mi., power Air, Very clean, Exe-
Extended Cab Gray. All erLT, loaded,4WD 90K power steering, cod.. 118K m. $3500 16/1988/Dodge/ Van
power! Excellent m ies, boM geat coed., 2FM uns 334-677-7748/803-3058 2B4HB11YOJK103164
condition. 138k mi. well. Great cond. $6200,
0 139-713381. $ 34) 37254822 334-693-2099. 16A1993/Ford/
$8000.r334-791-3081 o (334).372-2415p16A/1993/Ford/

S ~ GMC '*07 SIERRA I' '" 1FMDU34X4PUC22232
SLE. Pick-up. SIL-- '
VER, Auto. 8-cyl. 2-17A/i992/Dodge
.Dodge' 06 Ram, Silver, WD. 23000, excel-. C7kFHP26Y7NS629096
Auto. 6 cyl. 2WD, 23k, lent condition. 1' ,, B7FH26Y7NS629096
Power steer, CD, A/C AM/FM/cdstereo, "- TOYOTA-'03 Sienna Van 18/1996/Chevrolet
tLike new. Cust exhaust low miles, very Silver 86K Great condi- A s t r o V a n
bed cover, rails, foot clean, warranty, tion Loaded, Very clean, 1NBM1WOTB148OV4
rail $18k 334-790-4509. PAYOFF. Need min- DVD w / remote Asking GNBM19WOTB48054
ivan instead Call Chevy '01 Blazer, White $9,800/ neg 334-677 19/1979/Ford
Dodge '00 Ram 1500 334-685-2190. AT 6-cyl 4WD, 130k, PB p- W .- .. 3634 CroWn Victoria/
Auto. 8-cyl. 2 WD. sunroof, $5,800. Call Jeep '00 Wrangler, yel 9A63F30512
72,500, excellent condi- GMC '06 Sierra Z71, 334- 793-0677. low, 5-spd.6-cyl. 4 WD.. / 0/14/ik/Ral
tion. Loaded, CD, A/C, oaded, 28k mi., ext cab, ev 0 4x 45,000 miles, Power 2 455L145883al
AM/FM, stereo, runs still under warranty. Ce Blazer 4x4 brakes, Powersteer- u -riNs2G4WB55L7R145813
well, very clean, $21,00..334-347-7353 or white 4 door, auto, ing, CD, A/C, AM/FM, -jpC, TION 21/1987/Buick/4 door
$7500,f 334-714-8596 464-2659 fully loaded CD, lOOK runs welt, low miles,. Ir-der ,. 1G4CW5134H1404793
Stephen. Infinity '04 FX 45,38,000 mies uns great, very Fair condition 10,000,6" A ppoi n e G4CW534H404793
miles, fully loaded, tion. $5000. 334-598- lift, procom 35's 334- r .rilg 2 2 / 1 9 8 6 / Fo r d /
navigation, rear view 9068 or 334-477-3325 701-0338 -.FO i. Crown Victoria
camera, grayish, exc.- 2FABP43F4GX211070
cond., $31K, 718-6640 Chevy '00 Tahoe, LT, L, erfF'_f' (-_ 2
issan06' Frontier /N 4x4, black.w/tan leath- 23/1987/Dodge/ Van
>" Nissan 06 Frontier/Ni-' -er. 145K, winch & brush J 2B6JB33W3HK202300 '
t.3 - smo, V6, Automatic, 4 guard. $8,900 OBO 793- -U Z i, f 2633 03
wheel drive, all power, $0n OBO 793-
tow package. 35,300k 9130 or 205-907-0861 26/1996/Chevrolet/
miles. $16,700. 334-685- EGALS lGILD55MITY16194-
7207 or 850-260-9424 LD55M1TY161904
Ford '07 FAuto, Diesel LF4275 27/1988/Mazda/MX-6
14,000 mi. Chrome *f .- ANOTICE OF 1YVGD31AXJ5117840
edition.Warranty .Chevy 05 Tahoe, ERF SALE 28/1995/Chevrolet
100k mi. PD 52K. Like -' 7.~ White, leather, CD, Jackson Coty Camaro
new. $34900. Call 3rd Row, on-star/ JEEP 90 YJ HT 5-spd Sheriff's Office 2G1FP22S9S2177043
334-684-6291. CaI XM, 2WD, 40,500 6 cyl 4WD 3" Lift / 4012 Lafayette Street ,
i__ -,,'__ i_ &,a s W miles, very clean, Lockers $14,000. Marianna, Florida 32446 29/1995/Ford/
Ford '02 F-150, 4D, 125K Nissan'07 Frontier. $18,500, Call 334-899 Invest Sale $7,999. otice is F-150i Pickup
miAT, PS, Tilt, Pick-up. Like new. Sil- 7099. 334673-0088. Notice is hereby given 1FTEX1S5Y7SKA24745
Fusr t that the undersigned,,
PW/D. Good Condition. ver, Auto. 6-cyl. 2 W. as Sheriff of Jackson 30/1995/Ford/Contour
$5,000. 850-209-2000 3,800 mi. Loaded, Chevy '00 Tahoe Z-71, Kia '01 Sportage 4 cylin- aCount
$16,500. 334-693-4987. leather, 4X4, $4500. der, 90k miles. 2.4, 4 DR. County, 'Florida, in ac- IFALP65365K242948
Ford '01 1504DR Nissan 04Lo Frontier XE o miles334-632-1160 $3900. 334-632-1100 cordance with the pro-
V8Trton, 76KTow Nissan 04' Frontier XE visions of Florida Stat- 30A/198S/Kennedy
pkg. True workhorse!' truck silver, bedliner, Chevy'03 Trailblazer Land-Rover '99 Range ues 274.04 and 274.06, K raft / 1 4 B o at
12,000. 850-215-1338 cd,5 spd manual, 4-cyl, LT, seats 8, exc. condi- Rover HSE 4.6, fully declares the below mo- KNCBB112M83J
pwr pkg, lots of extras, tion. 14,000 actual mi., loaded, 95K mi., $8,900, tor vehicles to be sur-
Ford '02 F250 Ext. cab 46K mi $9,900; 850-594- orig. price. $36,000, ask- Call (334) 797-0768 p. lus property of the 3 1 / 1 9 87/P o n tiac
4WD 7.3 Diesel, Mint 4921 IV msg ing $14,800. 334-333- Jackson County Sher- Sunbird
Condition black, all 1685 -i off's Office, 4012 La- 1G2JD11K8H,7532649
leather, lots of extras. Nissan '04 Titan Crew fayette .Street, Marian- I
$16K OBO 334-685-3832 Cab, Black, Pick-up. Au- Ford'03 Eddie Bauer Ex- -..- r- -- na, Florida 32446, at/or 33/1987/Chevrolet/
to., 8-cyl. 4 WD. 47,000, plorer, V-8,leather, sun- aboutMercury '99 MT. k. 9:00 am. on the -10
Ford '05 F150, FX4, ex- Loaded, Like new. Ask- roof, blue & tan. 89k mi, ercury'99 MT. k. 27th day of September, 1GCCS14RXH8112811
tended cab, silver, 39k ing payoff, Call 334-333- towing pkg. Reduced B w / grey leather, 2008 the following de-
miles, all power. 0797. $8,900, 229-254-9774 sunroof, 89K. Loaded. scribed forfeited and 34 / 1996 / Mercury
$18,500. 334-726-0435 Great cond. $5900, 334- personal tangible prop- Mystique/
Ford '04 F150 Fx4, Super NISSAN '05 Titan. 4 Ford '06 Escape Hbrid. 687-4494. erty, to wit: 3MELM6537TM613160
Cab, 6-disc CD, 68K mi., door. Black, Auto. 8- Auto. uy /s lver, '
$15,500, Call(334) 897- cyl. 4WD.6-disc in- Auto.4-cyl.2WD. .. c, ; i 1983 Buick 4dr Vin# 3i5/1989/Pbontiac//
58500, call (334)87 dash changer. 31k 47,000k mi., great con- ': 1G4AP69Y3DH486754 Grand Am/
0582il mes,'excellnt con- edition. Power brakes, .... 1992 Ford 4dr Vin# 1G2NE54U8KC690765
Ford '05 -2. 50 ition. $24000 / ob Power steering, CD, ...*. \! s 1FAPP14J3NW123353
miles. Asking $10,500. Call229-942-5532. A/C, AM/FM, stereo, '. 1999 GMC Truck '/Aton 37/1985/Buick/Riviera/
Call 941-268-1128. 3 runs well, low miles, Vin# 2GTEC 1 9 V 1G4EZ57Y2FE454164
new tires, leather int. XX1563816
Ford '98 F150 Lariat, Nissan '07 Titan 5.6 LE warranty, $20,000.334- 1993 Isuzu Rodeo Vin# 37 A/1990 / Ply mouth
ext. cab, 58k mi., loaded with king cab. 1 owner. 803-1810. 4S2CG58V8P4333172 Acclaim/
$8000. 334-791-9577 Leather.,Loaded, 13,500 Nissan '07 Armada, Three chest t pe 1P3XA4631LF870071
miles. $24,000. 334-794- Ford '03 Excursion Ed- Black/tan, il changes freeers: Seria #
Ford '02 F150 LariatEx- 82Black/tan, oil changes freezers: Serial #
ord02 F150Lariat,Ex- 8295.before10am orIv. dieBauer.2WD.Excel- & warranty, $26,500, WB43412556, SL110685, 39/1992/FordTaurus
,tra Cab, tool box, new mess. 334-648-0780. lentcondition. Fully Call Jeff 334-701-8303 or WB43412555 IFACP57U4NA102701
factory trans. 108K mi., loaded. Must sell.
runs great. $8500'OBO, Nissan'06 Titan SE73K $9,800. 850-956-4748. acy 334-701-6020. 197 Dodge Fuel 39A/1995/OldsmTruck
Call (334) 596-9966 burgundy, king cab, 4 Ford 07 Exorer Edie NISSAN ARMADA'05 V 58793 tlass Supreme
Fdrd '00 F-150 Lariat door, tow pac ork er V6xpr w sea fullyloaded even navi- The undersigned, Sher- 1G3WH52M4SD338612
loaded. $11,000. work aer, V, 3rd row seat on 85k miles. Need iff of Jackson County,
withbrush guard. 103k 598-3874, cell726-9500 asking $20,975 obo, Call gato $8500 Flormase iseres ohs 40A/1990Caditlac
mi. $7,900. Call 334-693- 34-797-576 payoff $18,000 Florida, reserves the 40A/1990/Cadilac
5454, leave message .. ....(334)6954965.iht to reject any and Seville
S *- .- i .,' 'Nissan 02 Pathfinder alt bids-and to remove 1G6CD5338L4240384
,----.' '.' SE.'Lbadedi/options any item(s) from the
S -Excellent cond. $12,000. sale without prior no- 41/*1984/ GMC/Van
.--. 334-447-0053 twice. Vehicles are sold 2GDEG25H4E4505606
Nissan '06' Xterra S, or guarantee as to me- 42/1995/Ford/Taurus/
black, V6, auto 33k chanical condition. Ve- 1FALP52UXSA113088
TOYOTA '01 Pre Runner, miles $16,500 334-300- hicdes may be inspect-
maculate, 41K actual 8102 leave message. ed as to condition one 43/1977/Ford/Pickup
Ford '03 F-150 Lariat, miles, V-6, ext. cab, GMC '00 YUKON 105K Need hour prior to sale. Buy F10BLY22618
4x4, Leather, Supernew, loaded, $12,900 334- miles; oadedSLTlath- C N eed a New Home? er s must- pay for and,
4 doors, off roadpack- 687-6863, 334-695-2161 ohr, -Sau snr hec td remove vehicles by 3 43A/1990/Cadillac/4
age Loaded! $15,600. On-St unroof, the Classifieds pm October 1st, 2008. door/
Call 334-797-7178. Toyota'98 Tacoma, ext. VD Player, warranty, Hihlan Must have Bill of Sale G6CD5332L4305245
cab. Auto. 6-cyl. 4 $9,000 334-695-0119 Toyota '03 Highlander 4 to pick up vehicless.
WD, 220k, CD, A/C, runs leave message cylinder, 79k miles, In accordance with the 44/1994/Buick/4 door/
well, Great cond. $6700, -. ,.._- $11,500, ists for 16k the American wih disa- 3G4AG55M6RS614951
334-618-2960. ... 334-797-1575 hi/iteis act, p persons
-n1nnrr0 Toyota' 97 Ta coma ~~ with disabilities need- 4 4 A./19 8 4 / L Incoln
Ty t coa :- ing special accommo- Towncar
'n '' 200k thisproceedinSg tsshsoch.uld
Ford '05 F150. Pick- eed g oodA onCd i .. nation to 'participate in 1LNBP63F1EY300417
8-cyl. 2WD. 15,500, 797-6186d ".b34 contact the A.D.A. coor- 4,5/1985/Chevrolet
excellent conidi- Toyota'07 RAV4 dinator telephone num- Scottsdale/
Io Loaded GMC'01YukonSLT, Sport with XMRadio, ber 850-482-9624 ext. 1G8EC16L4FF198960
$14,000 .Call 334- :u Lahr Thr row, Sivr, SUVh Loaded 103 not later than (7)
S al334- weather, Third row, silver, SUV. Loaded. day prior to the pro- 46/1983/Chevrolet
tires, $10,200.714-9510. o18K,Iow miles, sun- paired, (TDD) 1-800- IG1AC69P9DJ178030
eroof, veryclean, w. 955-9770, via the FloridaPA/
IITTO4-PUI warranty, Lke now. Relay Service. 46A/1984/Mazda
M UILIST H -" $21,500. (lists for Pickup/
S- 22,400), Call 334-585- DATED this 3rd day of JM2UC1215EO909200
Toy.o.ta.Tco in-." GMC'01 Yukon SLT 2604 or 334-435-2116. September, 2008
l.r , Toyota'00 Tacoma Pre- white, Ithr, 1 owner, ga- September, 208 46B/1990/01dsmobile
runner ext. cab, brush raged, 92K mi. $10,900. John P. McDaniel, Van/
Guard, tool box, new all Great Cond!!!334-692- ._ Sheriff of Jackson 1GHCU06D3LT323290
S, tires, reatshae.121K 4124 or 334-797-7603. .- Count Floridarolet
Ford.'01 F150 S Uper Cab ".- - By:/s/LindaCowan VanlGCEG25H3B710-
Lariat, loaded, weather LINDA COWAN 2186
Financing Available- NOTICE O N"n3X yRAMg23/
WAC. "" *.' Toyota'004 Runner NSOI E OF 3X69RAM162364
Call John 334-797-0420 T-ta SR I RS unSerA.- A LE
or Jason 334-714-1801 __ leather, loaded, excel- Vehicle Sale Blazer/
.. Honda'06 Accord EX-L, lent condition $8500 Jackson County 1G8EK18CXFF129514
S Toyota'06 Tacoma Charcoal Bronze, load- 080 850445-5767 Sheriff's Office .
S silver auto. 6 cyl.4 WD. ed, GPS34K miles $18K .- 4012 Lafayette Street 48/1996/Nissan200SX/
L 29 000, Loaded, power OBO 850-445-5767 mie$ K ",".- Marianna, Florida32446 1N4AB42D8TC501569
Ford'03F150XL CD AC AMFM stereo Honda 06 Element 20k -N -- eu NOTICE IS HEREBY GIV- 48A/1989/Honda/Civic/
nl= ...... I runs w~ell, low miles, mlles,$19,400. OBO ., s -. EN That L.Johhn P. McDa- 1HGED3541K1012633







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1G1AW51R1J6111144 7 0 A / 19 9 5 / Ford/
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64/1994/Nissan/Alt- 2FALP74W5SX117261
ima/
1N4BU31D5RC126257 7 0 B/1 996/Ford/Ex-
plorer/
65/2001/Ford/Ranger/ 1FMDU32X9TUA30222
1FTYR14U71PA05782
73/1988/Honda
66/1991/Pontiac /Accord/
Grand Am/ JHMCA5388JC068473
1G2NE54U4MC593498


67/1991/Chevrolet
/Van/
2GBEG25K3M4106947

68/1984/Lincoln
Towncar/
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69/Ford/Pickup/
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70/1988,/Dodge/Ram
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PROPOSED
CONSTITUTIONAL
AMENDMENTS
TO BE VOTED ON
NOVEMBER 4,
2008
NOTICE OF
ELECTION
I, Kurt S. Browning,
Secretary of State of
the State of Florida, do
hereby give notice that
an election will be held
in each county in
Florida, on November
4, 2008, for the ratifica-
tion or rejection of pro-
posed amendments to
the Constitution of the
State of Florida.
No. 1
CONSTITUTIONAL
AMENDMENT
ARTICLE I, SECTION 2
(Legislative)
Ballot Title:
DECLARATION OF
RIGHTS
Ballot Summary:
Proposing an amend-
ment to the State
Constitution to delete
provisions authorizing
he Legislature to reg-
ulate or prohibit the
ownership, inheri-
tance, disposition, and
possession of real
property by aliens inel-
igible for citizenship.
Full Text:
ARTICLE I
DECLARATION OF
RIGHTS
SECTION 2. Basic
rights.--AII natural per-
sons, female and male
alike, are equal before
the law and have
inalienable rights,
among which are the
right to enjoy and
defend life and liberty,
to pursue happiness,
to be rewarded for
industry, and to
acquire, possess and
protect property
:oxi:-opt that tho o.:nor
c.hip inhoritn"" di- ,



cby -law. No person
shall be deprived of
any right because of
race, religion, national
origin, or physical dis-
ability.
No.2
CONSTITUTIONAL
AMENDMENT
ARTICLE I,
NEW SECTION
(Initiative Petition)
Ballot Title:
FLORIDA MARRIAGE
PROTECTION AMEND-
MENT
Ballot Summary: .
This amendment pro-
tects marriage as the
legal union of only one
man and one woman
as husband and wife
and provides that no
other legal union that
is treated as marriage
or the substantial
equivalent thereof
shall be valid or recog-
nized.
Financial Impact
Statement:
The direct financial
impact this amend-
ment will have on
state and local govern-
ment revenues and
expenditures cannot
be determined, but is
expected to be minor.
Full Text:
ARTICLE 1,
NEW SECTION
DECLARATION OF
RIGHTS
Inasmuch as marriage
is the legal union of
only one man and one
woman as husband
and wife, no other
legal union that is
treated as marriage or
the substantial equiva-
lent thereof shall be
valid or recognized.
No. 3
CONSTITUTIONAL
AMENDMENT
ARTICLE VII,
SECTIONS 3 AND 4
ARTICLE XII,
NEW SECTION
(Taxation and Budget
Reform Commission)
Ballot Title:
CHANGES AND -
IMPROVEMENTS NOT
AFFECTING THE
ASSESSED VALUE OF
RESIDENTIAL REAL
PROPERTY
Ballot Summary:
Authorizes the
Legislature, by general
law, to prohibit consid-
eration of changes or
improvements to resi-
dential real property
which increase resist-
ance to wind damage
and installation of
renewable' energy
source devices as fac-
tors in assessing the
property's value for ad
valorem taxation pur-
poses. Effective upon
adoption, repeals the
existing renewable
energy source device
exemption no longer in
effect.
Full Text:
-ARTICLE VII
FINANCE AND
TAXATION
SECTION 3. Taxes;
exemptions.
(a) All property
owned by a municipal-
ity and used exclusive-
ly by it for municipal or
public purposes shall
be exempt from taxa-
tion. A municipality,
owning property out-
side the municipality,
may be required by
general law to make
payment to the taxing
unit in which the prop-
erty is located. Such
portions of property as
are used predominant-
ly for educational, lit-
erary, scientific, reli-
gious or charitable
purposes may be
exempted by general
law from taxation.
(b) There shall be
exempt from taxation,
cumulatively, to every
head of a family resid-
ing in this state,
household goods and
personal effects to the
value fixed by general
law, not less than one
thousand dollars, and
to every widow or wid-
ower or person who is
blind or totally and
permanently disabled,
property to the value
fixed by general law
not less than five hun-


dred dollars.
(c) Any county or
municipality may, for
the purpose of its
respective tax levy and
subject to the provi-
sions of this subsec-
tion and general law,
grant community and
economic develop-
ment ad valorem tax
exemptions to new


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businesses and expan-
sions of existing busi-
nesses, as defined by
general law. Such an
exemption may be
granted only by. ordi-
nance of the county or
municipality, and only
after the electors of
the county or munici-
pality voting on such
question in a referen-
dum authorize the
county or municipality
to adopt such ordi-
nances. An exemption
so granted shall apply
to improvements to
real property made by
or for the use of a new
business and improve-
ments to real property
related to the expan-
sion of an existing
business and shall also
apply to tangible per-
sonal property of such
new business and tan-
gible personal proper-
ty related to the
expansion of an exist-
ing business. The
amount or limits of the
amount of such
exemption shall be
specified by general
law. The period of time
for which such exemp-
tion may be granted to
a new business or
expansion of an exist-
ing business shall be
determined by general
law. The authority to
grant such exemption
shall expire ten years
from the date of
approval by the elec-
tors of the county or
municipality, and may
be renewable by refer-
endum as provided by
general law.

(d) yr gono;" laR
tiono tp-'ficd thorAin.
thcrs msG hoorarntod




Rorptiton d a t.R





a(l n-r Any county
or municipality may,
for the purpose of its
respective tax levy and
subject f tho the provi-
sions of this subsecm
tion and general law
grant historic preser-
vation ad valorem tax
exemptions to owners
of historic properties.
This exemption may
be granted only by
ordinance of the coun-
ty or municipality. The
amount or limits of the
amount of this exemp-
tion and the require-
ments for eligible
properties must be
specified by general
law. The period of time
for which this exemp-
tion may be granted to
a property owner shall
be determined by gen-
eral law.
(e)f By general
law and subject to
conditions specified
therein, twenty-five
thousand dollars of
the assessed value of
property subject to
tangible personal
property tax shall be
exempt from ad val-
orem taxation.
SECTION 4.
Taxation; assess-
ments. By generallaw
regulations shall be
prescribed which shall
secure a just valuation
of all property for ad
valorem taxation, pro-
vided:
(a) Agricultural
land, land producing
high water recharge to
Florida's aquifers, or
land used exclusively
.for noncommercial
recreational purposes
may be classified by
general law and
assessed solely on the
basis of character or
use.
(b) Pursuant to
general law tangible
personal property held
for sale as stock in
trade and livestock
may be valued for tax-
ation at a specified
percentage of its
value, may be classi-
fied for tax purposes,
or may be exempted,
from taxation.
(c) All persons
entitled to a home-
stead exemption
under Section 6 of this
Article shall have their
homestead assessed
at just value as of
January 1 of the year
following the effective
date of this amend-
ment. This assessment
shall change only as
provided in this sub-
Assessments
subject to this subsec-
tion io shall be
changed annually on
January 1st of each
year; but those
changes in assess-
ments shall not exceed
the lower of the follow-
ing:
a. Three percent
(3%) of the assess-
ment for the prior
year.
b. The percent
change in the
Consumer Price Index
for all urban con-
sumers, U.S. City
Average, all items
1967=100, or succes-
sor reports for the pre-
* ceding calendar year
as initially reported by
the United States
Department of Labor,
Bureau of Labor
Statistics.
(2) No assessment
shall exceed just
value.
(3) After any
change of ownership,
as provided by general
law, homestead prop-
erty shall be assessed
at just value as of
January 1 of the fol-
.lowing year, unless the
provisions of para-
graph (8) apply.
Thereafter, the home-
stead shall be
assessed as provided
in this subsection


(4) New home-
stead property shall be
assessed at just value
as of January 1st of the
year following the
establishment of the
homestead, unless the
provisions of para-
graph (8) apply. That
assessment shall only
change as provided in
this subsection 1 fe


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.80/1999/Dodge / days prior to the ro an
Avenger/ ceedings. If hearing im-
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955-9770, via the Florida y o u-i r it t
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September 2008 at/or DATED this 3rd day of
fer for sale, and sell, as
is, at public auction to John P. McDaniel,
the highest responsible Sheriff of Jackson
bidder, for cash, at the County, Florida 8 AS C
Jackson County Sher-
iff's Office, 4012 La- By: /s/ Linda Cowan
fayette Street, Marian- LINDA COWAN
na, Florida 32446. -5
In accordance with the A-I-DTIC I
the American with disa- .. r
abilities act, persons IIV.
with disabilities need-
l io special accommo-
dation to participate in
this proceeding should ..
contact the A.D.A. coor- "
dinator telephone num- *


(5) Changes, addi-
tions, reductions, or
improvements to
homestead property
shall be assessed as
provided for by gener-
al law; provided, how-
ever, after the adjust-
ment for any change,
addition, reduction, or
improvement, the
property shall be
assessed as provided
in this subsection
(6) In the event of a
termination of home-
stead status, the prop-
erty shall be assessed
as providedby general
lav.
(7) The provisions
of this amendment are
severable. If any of the
provisions of this
amendment shall be
held unconstitutional
by any court of compe-
tent jurisdiction, the
decision of such court
shall not affect or
impair any remaining
provisions of this
amendment.
(8)a. A person who
,establishes a new
homestead as of
January 1, 2009, or
January 1 of any sub-
sequent year and wh6
has received a home-
stead exemption pur-
suarit to Section 6 of
this Article as of
January 1 of either of
the two years immedi-
ately preceding the
establishment of the
new homestead is
entitled to have the
new homestead
assessed at less than
just value. If this revi-
sion is approved in
January of 2008, a per-
son who establishes a
new homestead as of
January 1, 2008, is enti-
tled to have the new
homestead assessed
at less than just value
only if that person
received a homestead
exemption on January
1, 2007. The assessed
value of the newly
established home-
stead shall be deter-
mined as follows:
1. If the just value
of the new homestead
is greater than or
equal to the just value
of the prior homestead
as of January 1 of the
year in which the prior
homestead was aban-
doned, the assessed
value of the new
homestead shall be
the just value of the
new homestead minus
an amount equal to
the lesser of $500,000
or the difference
between the just value
and the assessed
value of the prior.
homestead as of
January I of the year in
which the prior home-
stead was abandoned.
Thereafter, the home-
stead shall be
assessed as provided
in this subsection
2. If the just value
of the new homestead
is less than the just
value of the prior
homestead as of
January I of the year in
which the prior home-
stead was abandoned,
the assessed value of
the new homestead
shall be equal to the
iust value* of the new
homestead divided by
the just .value of the
prior homestead and
multiplied by the
assessed value of the
prior homestead.
However, if the differ-
ence between the just
value of the new
homestead and the
assessed value of the
new homestead calcu-
lated pursuant to this
sub-subparagraph is
greater than $500,000,
the assessed value of
the new homestead
shall be increased so
that the difference
between the just value
and the assessed
value equals $500,000.
Thereafter, the home-
stead shall be
assessed as provided
in this subsection
b. By general law
and subject to condi-
tions specified therein,
the Legislature shall
* provide for application
of this paragraph to
property owned by
more than one person.
(d) The legislature
may, by general law,
for assessment pur-
poses and subject to
the provisions of this
subsection, allow
counties and munici-
palities to authorize by
ordinance that historic
property may be
assessed solely on the
basis of character or
use. Such character or
use assessment shall
apply only to the juris-
diction adopting the
ordinance. The
requirements for eligi-
ble properties must be
specified by general
law.
(e) A county may,
in the manner pre-
scribed by general law,
provide for a reduction
in the assessed value
of homestead property
to the extent of any
increase in the
assessed value of that
property which results
from the construction
or reconstruction of
the property for the'
purpose of providing
living quarters for one
or more natural or
adoptive grandparents
or parents of the
owner of the property
or of the owner's
spouse if at least one
of the grandparents or
parents for whom the
living quarters are pro-
vided is 62 years of
age or older. Such a
reduction may not
exceed the lesser of
the following:
(1) The increase in
assessed value result-
ing from construction
or reconstruction of
the property.
(2) Twenty percent
of the total assessed
value of the property
as improved.
(f) For all levies
other than school dis-
trict levies, assess-
ments of residential
real property, as
defined by general
law, which contains
nine units or fewer and
which is not subject to
the assessment limita-
tions set forth in sub-
sections (a) through


*(c) shall change only
as provided in this
subsection.
(1) Assessments
subject to this subsec-
tion shall be changed
annually on the date of
assessment provided
by law; but those
,changes in assess-
ments shall not exceed
ten percent (10%) of
the assessment for the
prior year.
(2) No assessment
shall exceed just
value.
(3) After a change
of ownership or con-
trol, as defined by gen-
eral law, including any
change of ownership
of a legal entity that
owns the property,
such property shall be
assessed at just value
as of the next assess-
ment date. Thereafter,
such property shall be
assessed as provided
in this subsection.
(4) Changes, addi-
tions, reductions, or
improvements to such
property shall be
assessed as provided
for by general law;
however, after the
adjustment for any
change, addition,
reduction, or improve-
ment, the property
shall be assessed as
provided in this sub-
section.
(g) For all levies
other than school dis-
trict levies, assess-
ments of real property
that is not subject to
the assessment limita-
tions set forth in sub-
sections .(a) through
(c) and (f) shall
change only as provid-
ed in this subsection.
(1) Assessments
subject to this subsec-
tion shall be changed
annually on the date of
assessment provided
by law; but those,
changes in assess-
ments shall not exceed
ten percent (10%) of
the assessment for the
prior year.
(2) No assessment
shall exceed just
value.
(3) The legislature
must provide that such
property shall be
assessed at just value
as of the next assess-
ment date after a qual-
ifying improvement, as
defined by general
law, is made to such
property. Thereafter,
such property shall be
assessed as provided-
in this subsection..
(4) The legislature
may provide that such
property shall be
assessed at just value
as of.the next assess-
ment date after a
change of ownership
or control, as defined
by general law, includ-
ing any change of
ownership of the legal
entity that owns the
property. Thereafter,
such property shall be
assessed as provided
in this subsection.
(5) Changes, addi-
tions, reductions, or
improvements to such
property shall be
assessed as provided
for by general law;
however, after -the
adjustment for any
change, addition,
reduction, or improve-
ment, the property
shall be assessed as
provided in this sub-
section. '
h The leislature
by general law and
subject to conditions
specified therein, may
prohibit the considera-
tion of the following in
the determination of
the assessed value of
real property used for
residential purposes:
(1) Any change or
improvement madefor
the purpose of improv-
ing the orooerty's
resistance to wind
damage.
(2) The installation
of a renewable energy
source device.
ARTICLE XII,
SCHEDULE
Limitation on the
assessed value of real
property used for resi-
dential purposes.
(a) The repeal of
the renewable energy
source oronertv tax
exemption in Section 3
of Article VII shall take
effect upon approval
bv the voters.'
(b) The amend-
ment to Section 4 of
Article VII authorizing
the legislature to pro-
hibit an increase in the
assessed value of real
property used for resi-
dential purposes as
the result of improving
the oroDerty's resist-
ance to wind damage
or installing a renew-
able energy source
device shall take effect
January 1. 2009.
No. 4
CONSTITUTIONAL
AMENDMENT
ARTICLE VII,
SECTIONS 3 AND 4
ARTICLE XII,
SECTION 28
(Taxation and Budget
Reform Commission)
Ballot Title:
PROPERTY TAX
EXEMPTION OF PER-
PETUALLY CONSERVED
LAND; CLASSIFICA-
TION AND ASSESS-
MENT OF LAND USED
FOR CONSERVATION
Ballot Summary:
Requires Legislature to
provide a property tax
exemption for real
property encumbered
by perpetual conser-
vation easements or
other perpetual con-
servation protections,
defined by general
law. Requires
Legislature to provide
for classification and
assessment of land
used for conservation
purposes, and not per-
petually encumbered,
solely on the basis of
character or use.
Subjects assessment
benefit to conditions,
limitations, and rea-
sonable definitions
established Lhy general
law. Applies to proper-
ty taxes beginning in
2010.
Full Text
ARTICLE VII
FINANCE AND
TAXATION
SECTION 3. Taxes;
exemptions.--
(a) All property
owned by a municipal-
ity and used exclusive-
ly by it for municipal or
public purposes shall


be exempt from taxa-
tion. A municipality,
owning property out-
side the municipality,
may be required by
general law to make
payment to the taxing
unit in which the prop-
erty is located. Such
portions of property as
are used predominant-
ly for educational, lit-
erary, scientific, rell-
gious or charitable
purposes may be
exempted by general
law from taxation.
(b) There shall be
exempt from taxation,
cumulatively, to every
head of a family resid-
ihg in this state,
household goods and
personal effects to the
value fixed, by general
law, not less than one
thousand dollars, and
to every widow or wid-
ower or person who is
blind or totally and
permanently disabled,
property to the value
fixed by general law
not less than five hun-
dred dollars.
(c) Any county or
municipality may, for
the purpose of its
respective tax levy and
subject to the provi-
sions of this subsec-
tion and general law,
grant community and
economic develop-
ment ad valorem tax
exemptions to new
businesses and expan-
sions of existing busi-
nesses, as defined by
general law. Such an
exemption may be
granted only by ordi-
nance of the county or
municipality, and only
after the electors of
the county or munici-
pality voting on such
question in a referen-
dum authorize the
county or municipality
to adopt such ordi-
nances. An exemption
so granted shall apply
to improvements to
real property made by
or for the use of a new
business and improve-
ments to real property
related to the expan-
sion of an existing
business and shall also
apply to tangible per-
sonal property of such
new business and tan-
gible personal proper-
ty related to the
expansion of an exist-
ing business. The
Amount or limits of the
amount of such
exemption shall be
specified by general
law. The period of time
for which such exemp-
tion may be granted to
a new business or
expansion of an exist-
ing business shall be
determined by general
law. The authority to
grant such exemption
shall expire ten years
from the date of
approval by the elec-
tors of the county or
municipality, and may
be renewable by refer-
endum as provided by
general law.
(d) By general law
and subject to condi-
tions specified therein,
there may be granted
an ad valorem tax
exemption to a renew-
able erpergy source
device and to real
property on which
such device is
installed and operat-
ed, to the value fixed
by general law not to
exceed the original
cost of the device, and
for the period of time
fixed by general law
not to exceed ten
Years.
(e) Any county or
municipality may, for
the purpose of its
respective tax levy and
subject to the provi-
sions of this subsec-
tion and general law,
grant historic. preser-
vation ad valorem tax
exemptions to owners
of historic properties.
This exemption may
be granted only by
ordinance of the coun-
ty or municipality. The
amount or limits of the
amount of this exremp-
tion and the require-
ments for eligible
properties must be
specified by general
law. The period of time
for which this exemp-
tion may be granted to
a property owner shall
be determined by gen-
eral law.
(f) By general law
and subject to condi-
tions specified therein,
twenty-five thousand
dollars of the assessed
value of property sub-
ject to tangible per-
sonal property tax
shall be exempt from
ad valorem taxation.
(g) There shall be
granted an ad valorem
tax exemption for real
property dedicated in
oerpetuity for conser-
vation purposes,
including real property
encumbered by per-
petual conservation
easements or bv other
perpetual conserva-
tiore protections, as
defined by general
law.
SECTION 4.
Taxation; assess-
ments.-By general law
regulations shall be
prescribed which shall
secure a just valuation
of all property for ad
valorem taxation, pro-
vided:
(a) Agricultural
land, land producing
high water .recharge to
Florida's aquifers, or
land used exclusively
for noncommercial
recreational purposes
may be classified by
general law and
assessed solely on the
basis of character or
use.
(b) As provided by
general law and sub-
iect to conditions, limi-
tations, and reason-
able definitions sPeci-
fled therein, land used
for conservation our-
Doses shall be classi-
fied by general law
and assessed solely on
the basis of character
( Pursuant to
general law tangible
personal property held
for sale as stock in
trade and livestock
mby be valued for tax-
ation at a specified
percentage of its
value, may be classi-
fied for tax purposes,
or may be exempted
from taxation.
( -i ,-) A ll p e rso ns


entitled to a home-
stead exemption
under Section 6 of this
Article shall have their
homestead assessed
at just value as of
January 1 of the year
following the effective
date of this amend-
ment. This assessment
shall change only as
provided herein.
(1) Assessments
subject to this provi-
sion shall be changed
annually on January
1st of each year; but
those changes in
assessments shall not
exceed the lower of
the following:
a. Three percent
(3%) of the assess-
ment for the prior
year.
b. The percent
change in the
Consumer Price Index
for all urban con-
sumers, U.S. City
Average, all items
1967=100, or succes-
sor reports for the pre-
ceding calendar year
as initially reported by
the United States
Department of Labor,
Bureau of Labor
Statistics.
(2) No assessment
shall 'exceed just
value.
(3) After any
change of ownership
as provided by general
law, homestead prop-
erty shall be assessed
at just value as of
January 1 of the fol-
lowing year,.unless the
provisions of para-
graph (8) apply.
Thereafter, the home-
stead, shall be
assessed as provided
herein.
(4) New home-
stead property shall be
assessed at just value
as of January 1st of the
year following the
establishment of the
homestead, unless the
provisions of para-
graph (8) apply. That
assessment shall only
change as provided
herein.
(5) Changes, addi-
tions, reductions, or
improvements to
homestead property
shall be assessed as
provided for bY gener-
al law; provided, how-
ever, after the adjust-
ment for any change,
addition, reduction, or
improvement, the
property shall be
assessed as provided
herein.
(6) In the event of a
termination of home-
stead status, the prop-
erty shall be assessed
as provided by general
law.
(7') The provisions
of this amendment are
severable. If any of the
provisions of this
amendment shall be
held unconstitutional
by any court of compe-
tent jurisdiction, the
decision of such court
shall not affect or
impair any remaining
provisions of this
amendment. '
(8)a. A person who
establishes a new
homestead as of
January 1, 2009, or
January 1 of any sub-
sequent year and who
has received a home-
stead exemption pur-
suant to Section 6 of
this Article as of
January 1 of either of
the two years immedi-
ately preceding the
establishment of the
new homestead is
entitled to have the
new homestead
assessed at less than
just value. If this revi-
sion is approved in
January of 2008, a per-
son who establishes a
new homestead as of
January 1,2008, is enti-
tled to have the new
homestead assessed
at less than just value
only if that person
received a homestead
exemption on January
1, 2007. The assessed
value of the newly
established home-
stead shall be deter-
mined as follows:
1. If the just value
of the new homestead
is greater than or
equal to the just value
of the prior homestead
as of January 1 of the
year in which the prior
homestead was aban-
doned, the assessed
value- of the new
homestead shall be
the just value of the
new homestead minus
an amount equal to
the lesser of $500,000'
or the difference
between the just value
and the assessed
value of the prior
homestead as of
January 1 of the year In
which the prior home-
stead was abandoned.
Thereafter, the home-
stead shall be
assessed as provided
herein.
2. If the just value
of the new homestead
is less than the just
value of the prior
homestead as of
January l of the year in
which the prior home-
stead was abandoned,
the assessed value of
the new homestead
shall be equal to the
just value of the new
.homestead divided by
the just value of the
prior homestead and
multiplied by the
assessed value of the
prior homestead.
However, if the differ-
ence between the just
value of the new
homestead and the
assessed value of the
new homestead calcu-
lated pursuant to this
sub-subparagraph is
greater than $500,000,
the assessed value of
the new homestead
shall be increased so
that the difference
between the just value
and the assessed
value equals $500,000.
Thereafter, the home-
stead shall be
assessed as provided
herein.
b. By general law
and subject to condi-
tions specified therein,
the Legislature shall
provide for application
of this paragraph to
property owned by
more than one person.
(e)el) The legisla-
ture may, by general
law, for assessment
purposes and subject
to the provisions of
this subsection, allow

T


counties and munici-
palities to authorize by
ordinance that historic
property may be
assessed solely on the
basis of character or
use. Such character or
use assessment shall
apply only to the juris-
diction adopting the
ordinance. The
requirements for eligi-
ble properties must be
specified by general
law.
If)e) A county
may, in the manner
prescribed by general
law, provide for a
reduction in the
'assessed value of
homestead property to
the extent of any
increase in the
assessed value of that
property which results
from the construction
or reconstruction of
the property for the
purpose of providing
living quarters for one
or more natural or
adoptive grandparents
or parents of .the
owner of the property
or of the owner's
spouse if at least one
of the grandparents or
parents for whom the
living quarters are pro-
vided is 62 years of
age or older. Such a
reduction may not
exceed the lesser of
the following:
(1) The increase in
assessed value result-
ing from construction
or reconstruction of
the property.
(2) Twenty percent
of the total assessed
value of the property
as improved.
L(W For all levies
other than school dis-
trict levies, assess-
ments of residential
real property, as
defined by general
law, which contains
nine units or fewer and
which is not subjectto
the assessment limita-
tions set forth in sub-
sections (a) through
(d)(c) shall change
only as provided in this
subsection.
(1) Assessments
'subject to this subsec-
tion -shall be changed
annually on the date of
assessment provided
by law; but those
changes in assess-
ments shall not exceed
ten percent (10%) of
the assessment for the
prior year.
(2) No assessment
shall exceed, just
value.
(3) After a change
of ownership or con-
trol, as defined by gen-
eral law, including any
change of ownership
of a legal entity that
owns the property,
such property shall be
assessed at just value
as of the next assess-
ment date. Thereafter,
such property shall be
assessed .as provided
in this subsection.
(4) Changes, addi-
tions, reductions, or
improvements to such
property shall be
assessed .as provided
for by general law;
however, after the
adjustment for any
change, addition,
reduction, or improve-
ment, the property
shall be assessed as
provided .in this sub-
section.
(h)i4) For all levies
other than school dis-
trict levies, assess-
ments of real property
that is not subject to
the assessment limita-
tions set forth in sub-
sections (a) through
(d)(e-) and (g f- shall
change only as provid-
ed in this subsection.
(1) Assessments
subject to this subsec-
tion shall be changed
annually on the date of
assessment provided
by law; but those
changes in assess-
ments shall not exceed.
ten percent (10%) of
the assessment for the
prior year.
(2) No assessment
shall exceed just
value.
(3) The legislature
must provide that such
property shall be
assessed at just value
as of the next assess-
ment date after a qual-
ifying improvement, as
defined by general
law, is made to such
property. Thereafter,
such property shall be
assessed as provided
in this subsection. *
(4) The legislature
may provide that such
property shall be
assessed at just value
as of the next assess-
ment date after a
change of ownership
or control, as defined
by general law, includ-
ing any change of
ownership of the legal
entity that owns the
property. Thereafter,
such property shall be
assessed as provided
in this subsection.
(5) Changes, addi-
tions, reductions, or,
improvements to such
property shall be
assessed as provided
fbr by general law;*
however, after the
adjustment for any
change, addition,
reduction, or improve-
ment, the property
shall be assessed as
provided in this sub-
section.
ARTICLE XII,
SCHEDULE
SECTION 28. T ProNerA


assessment of
used for conservation
purposes. The amend-

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CONSTITUTIONAL
AMENDMENT


ARTICLE VII,
SECTION 4
ARTICLE XII,
NEW SECTION
(Taxation and Budget
Reform Commission)
Ballot Title:
ASSESSMENT OF '
WORKING WATER-
FRONT PROPERTY
BASED UPON CUR-
RENT USE
Ballot Summary:
Provides for assess-
ment based upon use
of land used predomi-
nantly for commercial
fishing purposes; land
used for vessel launch-
es into waters that are
navigable and accessi-
ble to the public; mari-
nas and drystacks that
are open to the public;
and water-dependent
marine manufacturing.
facilities commercial
fishing facilities, and
marine vessel con-
struction and repair
facilities and their sup-
port activities, subject
to conditions, limita-
tions, and reasonable
definitions specified
by general law.
Full Text:
ARTICLE VII
FINANCE AND
TAXATION
SECTION 4.
Taxation; assess-
ments.--By general law
regulations shall be
prescribed which shall
secure a just valuation
of all property for ad
valorem taxation, pro-
vided:.
(a) Agricultural
land, land producing
high water recharge to
Florida's aquifers, or
land used exclusively
for noncommercial
recreational purposes
may be classified by
general law and,
assessed solely on the
basis of character or
use.
(b) Pursuant to
general law tangible
personal property held
for sale as stock in
trade and livestock
may be valued for tax-
ation at a specified
percentage of its
value, may be classi-
fied for tax purposes,
or may be exempted
from taxation.
(c) All persons
entitled to a home-
stead exemption
under Section 6 ofthis
Article shall have their
, homestead assessed
at just value as of'
January 1 of the year
following the effective
date of this amend-
ment. This assessment
shall change only as
provided herein.
(1) Assessments
subject to this provi-
sion shall be changed
annually on January
1st of each year; but
those changes in
assessments shall not
exceed the lower of
the following:
a. Three percent
(3%) of the assess-
ment for. the prior
year.
b. The percent"
change In the
Consumer Price Index
for all urban con-
sumers, U.S. City
Average, all items
1967=100, or succes-
sor reports for the pre-
ceding calendar year
as initially reported by
the United "States
Department of Labor,
Bureau of Labor
Statistics.
(2) No assessment
shall exceed just
value.
(3) After any
change of ownership,
as provided by general
law, homestead prop-
erty shall be assessed
at just value as of
January 1 of the fol-
lowing year, unless the
provisions of para-
graph (8) apply.
Thereafter, the home-
stead. shall be
assessed as provided
herein.
(4) New home-
stead property shall be
assessed at just value
as of January 1st of the
year following the
establishment of the
homestead, unless the
provisions of para-
graph (8) apply. That
assessment shall only
change as provided
herein.
(5) Changes, addi-
tions, reductions, or
improvements to
homestead property
shall be assessed, as
provided for by gener-
al Jaw; provided, how-
ever, after the adjust-
ment for any change,
addition, reduction, or
Improvement, the
property shall be
assessed as provided
herein.
(6) In the event of a
termination of home-
stead status, the prop-
erty shall be assessed
as provided by general
law.
(7) The provisions
of this amendment are
severable. If any of the
provisions of this
amendment shall be
held unconstitutional
by any court of compe-
tent jurisdiction, the
decision of such court
shall not affect or
impair any remaining
provisions of this
amendment. '
(8)a. A person who
establishes a new
homestead as of
January 1, 2009, or
January 1 of any sub-
sequent year and who
has received a home-
stead exemption pur-
suant to Section 6 of
this Article as of
January 1 of either of
the two years immedi-
ately preceding the
establishment of the
new homestead is
entitled to have the
new homestead
assessed at less than
just value. If this revi-
sion is approved in
January of 2008, a per-
son who establishes a
new homestead as of
January 1,2008 is enti-
tled to have the new
homestead assessed
at less than just value
only if that person
received a homestead
exemption on January
1, 2007. The assessed
value of the newly
established home-
stead shall be deter-
mined as follows:
1. If the just value
of the new homestead
is greater than or
equal to the just value
of the prior homestead


as of January 1 of the
year in which the prior
homestead was aban-
doned, the assessed
value of the new
homestead shall be
the just value of the
new homestead minus
an amount equal to
the lesser of $500,000
or the difference
between the just value
and the assessed
value of the prior
homestead as of
January 1 of the year in
which the prior home-
stead was abandoned.
Thereafter, the home-
stead shall be
assessed as provided
herein.
2. If the just value
of the new homestead
is less than the jyst
value of the prior
homestead as of
January 1, of the year in
which the prior home-
stead was abandoned,
the assessed value of
the new homestead
shall be equal to the
just value of the new
homestead divided by
the just value of the
prior homestead and
multiplied by the
assessed value of the
prior homestead.
However, if the differ-.
ence between the just
value of the new
homestead and the
assessed value of the
new homestead calcu-
lated pursuant to this
sub-subparagraph is
greater than $500,000,
the assessed value of
the new homestead
shall be increased so
that the difference
between the just value
and the assessed
value equals $500,000.
Thereafter, the home-
stead shall be
assessed as provided
herein.
b. By general law
and subject to condi-
tions specified therein,
the Legislature shall
provide for application
of this paragraph to
property owned by
more than one person.
(d) The legislature
may, by general law,
for assessment pur-
poses and subject to
the provisions of this
subsection, allow
counties and" munici-
palities to authorize by
ordinance that historic
property may be
assessed solely on the
basis of character or
use. Such character or
use assessment shall
apply only to the juris-
diction adopting the
ordinance. The
requirements for eligi-
ble properties must be
specified- by general
law.
(e) A county may,
in the manner pre-
scribed by general law,
provide for a reduction
in the assessed value
of homestead property
to the extent of any
increase in the
assessed value of that
property which results
from the construction
or reconstruction of
the property for the
purpose of providing
living quarters for one
or more natural or
adoptive grandparents
or parents of the
owner of the property
or of the owner's
spouse if at least one
of the grandparents or
parents for whom the
living quarters are pro-
vided is 62 years of
age or older. Such a
reduction may not
exceed the lesser of
the following:
(1) The increase in
assessed value result-
ing from construction
or reconstruction of
the property.
(2) Twenty percent
of the total assessed
value of the property
as improved.
(f) For all levies
other than school dis-
trict levies, assess-
ments of residential
real property, as
defined by general
law, which contains.
nine units or fewer and
which is not subject to
the assessment limita-
tions set forth in sub-
sections (a) through
(c) shall change only
as provided in this
subsection.
(1) Assessments
subject to this subsec-
tion shall be changed
annually on the date of
assessment provided
by law; but those
changes in assess-
ments shall not exceed
ten percent (10%) of
the assessment for the
prior year.
(2) No assessment
shall exceed just
value. .
(3) After a change
of ownership or con-
trol, as defined by gen-
eral law, including any
change of ownership
of a legal entity that
owns the property,
such property shall be
assessed at just value
as of the next assess-
ment date. Thereafter,
such property shall be
assessed as provided
in this subsection.
(4) Changes, addi-
tions, reductions, or
improvements to such
property shall be
assessed as provided
for by general law;
however, after the
adjustment for any
change, addition,
reduction, or improve-
ment, the property
shall be assessed as
provided in this sub-
section.
(g) For all levies
other than school dis-
trict levies, assess-
ments of real property
that is not subject to
the assessment limita-
tions set forth in sub-
sections (a) through
(c) and (f) shall
change only as provid-
ed In this subsection.
(1) Assessments
subject to this subsec-
tion shall be changed
annually on the date of
assessment provided
by law; but those
changes in assess-
ments shall not exceed
(10%) of the assess-
ment for the prior
year.
(2) No assessment
shall exceed just
value.
S(3) The legislature
must provide that such
property shall be
assessed at just value
as of the next assess-
ment date after a qual-


I


ifying improvement, as
defined by general
law, is made to such
property. Thereafter,
such property shall be
assessed as provided
in this subsection.
(4) The legislature
may provide that such
property shall be
assessed at just value
as of the next assess-
ment date after a
change of ownership
or control, as defined
by general law, includ-
ing. any change of
ownership of the legal
entity that owns the
*property. Thereafter,
such property shall be
assessed as provided
in this subsection.
(5) Changes, addi-
tions, reductions, or
improvements to such
property shall be
assessed as provided
for by general law;
however, after the
adjustment for any
change, addition,
reduction, or improve-
ment, the property
shall be assessed as
provided in this sub-
section.
meant of the following
working waterfront
properties shall be
based upon the cur-
rent use of the prooer-
ty:
a. Land used pre-
domipantlyv for com-
mercial fishing our-
ose. .
b. Land that is
accessible to the pub-
lc and used for vessel
launches into waters
that are naviaable.
c. Marinas and
drvstacks that are
open to the public.
d. Water-depend-
ent marine manufac-
turin facilities. com-
mercial fishing facili-
ties. and marine vessel
construction and
repair facilities and
their support activi-
ttie .
(2 The assessment
benefit Provided by
this subsection is sub-
iect to conditions and
limitations and rea-
sonable definitions as
specified by the legis-
lature by general law.
ARTICLE XII,
SCHEDULE
Assessment of work-
ing waterfront nrooer-
tv.-The amendmentto
Section 4 of Article VI1
providing for the
assessment of working
waterfront property
based on current use.
and this section, shall
take effect uon
approval v the elec-
tors and shall first
apply to assessments
for tax years beainnina
January 1. 2010.
,No.8
CONSTITUTIONAL
AMENDMENT
ARTICLE.VII,
SECTION 9
(Taxation and Budget
Reform Commission)
Ballot Title:
LOCAL OPTION COM-
MUNITY COLLEGE
FUNDING.
Ballot Summary:
Proposing an amend-
ment to the State
Constitution to require
that the Legislature
authorize counties to
levy a local option
sales tax to supple-
ment community col-
lege funding; requiring
voter approval to levy
the tax; providing that
approved taxes will
sunset after 5 years
and may be reautho-
rized by the voters.
Full Text:
ARTICLE VII
FINANCE AND -
TAXATION
SECTION 9. Local
taxes.--
(a) Counties, school
districts, and munici-
palities shall, and spe-
cial districts may, be
authorized by law to
levy ad valorem taxes
,and may be authorized
by general law to levy
other taxes, for their
respective purposes,
except ad valoren
taxes on intangible
personal property and
taxes prohibited by
this constitution.
(b) Ad valorem taxes,
exclusive of taxes
levied for the payment
of bonds and taxes
levied for periods not
longer than two years
when authorized by
vote of the electors
who are the owners of
freeholds therein pot
wholly except from
taxation, shall not be
levied in excess of the
following millages
upon the assessed
value of real estate
andtangible personal
property: for all county
purposes, ten mills; for
all municipal purpos-
es ten mills; for all
school purposes, ten
mills; for water man-
agement purposes for
the northwest portion
of the state lying west
of the line between
ranges two and three
east, 0.05 mill' for
water management
purposes for the
remaining portions fo
the state, 1.0 mill; and
for all other special
districts a millage
authorized by law
approved by vote of
the electors who are
owners of freeholds
therein not wholly
exempt from taxation.
A county furnishing
municipal services
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