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Community, nation reacts
Racial slur, teacher suspension
gets much local, national attention
BY KATE McCARDELL
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITIIR
Since it was first reported in
the Jackson County Floridan
Thursday, the racial slur incident
and subsequent suspension of
Marianna Middle School teacher
Greg Howard has been heavily
discussed among residents and
media sources all over the nation.
"I have noth- -
ing to say except
that it is a most
Many are Betty
speaking out Duffee
against the inci-
dent, as well as the measures
made by the school board since it
On Monday, the seventh-grade
social studies teacher at
Marianna Middle School was ini-
tially placed on suspension after
he told students that the letters in
the word "change" included an N
that stood for a racial expletive
by writing it on a board in more
than one of his class periods.
A few days later, Howard was
placed on a 10-day suspension
without pay. Additionally,
Howard will be required to take
ing, write a let-
ter of apology to
the students that
stripped of his
Greg ing responsibili-
After his sus-
pension, Howard will be trans-
ferred to the school district's
adult education program, pend-
ing any action that could be taken
by the Florida Department of
"He doesn't need to be teach-
ing anymore," said Veverly
Bailey of Marianna. "It's not a
fair choice they
many minds did
he' impact for a
he did what he
did? White or
black or what-
ever color the
s t u d e n t s Danny
involved were Sims
all young and
impressionable. That's no joke ...
For (Jackson County School
Superintendent Danny) Sims to
say it was directed at a political
party, please: Are any of those
middle schoolers old enough to
vote'? Besides, did he watch the
Democratic convention. If he
had, he would have seen a rain-
bow of people, not just blacks.
This isn't a political issue. This is
about racism and a-reckless edu-
In addition to a lot of local
focus on the incident, it was also
discussed on multiple national
news outlets, such as CNN, Fox
News and MSNBC.
MSNBC's Keith Olbermann
named Howard on his daily
"World's Worst" list Wednesday.
Bailey said that she's disap-
pointed Jackson County is get-
ting national attention in a nega-
"So many of our teachers here
are compassionate and conscien-
tious and try so hard to do what is
right. This man should not repre-
sent them as a school district. Or
us as a city," said Bailey.
School board member Chris
he's going to
wait for more
details on the
lie passes judge-
he has not been
fully informed Chris
on details sur- Johnson
incident. He said that, as far as
he's aware, none of the school
Is the punishment for Greg Howard:
B. Too harsh ,
C. Not harsh enough,, .
D. He should be fired?
Weigh in on the poU at www.jcfloridan.com.
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board members were involved in
the decision on the actions that
were taken against Howard.
"Based on what I've read in the
paper, I was extremely disap-
pointed in his judgement. I'd like
to talk to him and find out what
he. meant by it or whether that's
what he .really said. But based on
what I've seen in the paper, I
would have a hard time not firing
him. Then again, it almost sounds
like he was misinterpreted. A
gentleman I know said to me that
he saw on national news a kid
from the school said that the stu-
dents knew he was just joking. I
just need to have some more
information," said Johnson.
"The man needs to be fired. In
this situation, the diversity train-
ing is the joke, because he's
already revealed to those kids
what's in his heart and there's no
training that's going to change
that," said Allison Mitchell, of
Many residents say they'll be"
attending the October meeting of
the Jackson County School
"My children are grown, but I
See REACTS, Page'7A >
BY KATE McCARDELL
FIORIDAN STAnF WRITER
The Fifth Annual Breast
Cancer Awareness Symposium
will host a record number of
attendees this year, increasing the
number of area residents educat-
ed on the second leading cause of
cancer death in women, accord-
ing to event planners.
"The symposium is completely
free to attend and anyone who
might want to come should regis-
ter soon because space is filling
up fast," said Symposium coordi-
nator and breast cancer survivor Lanet James speaks at a past
Lanet James. Cancer Awareness
James said everyone should Breast Cancer Awtreness
See CANCER, Page 7A >'
Come one, come all
The Jackson County Fair and Livestock Show will be kicking off
Monday and will run through Oct. 11. Myers International
Midways will be returning to provide games and over 20 rides.
The midway will open at 4 p.m. The entrance fee is $10 and
included unlimited rides. Mark Skinner / Floridan
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October 5 Sunday
The Jackson County Christmas Fund. com-
mittee will take referrals for holiday assistance
Oct. 1-15, by phone at 209-8700. Those who call
will receive an application that is due back by Oct.
25. To make a donation, mail checks to Jackson
County Christmas Fund, P.O. Box 99, Marianna,
Life Chain Marianna, part of Life Chain 2008,
an international hour of prayer for the unborn at
risk of abortion, will form along U.S. 90, in front
of the courthouse. To volunteer, call Cap Pooser
at 482-7674 or 209-4974.
All entries (arts, crafts, photos, etc.) for the,
Jackson County Fair (Oct. 6-11) are to be turned
in today only, from 2 to 4 p.m., at the Legion
building at the Fairgrounds.
October 6 Monday
The Jackson County Fair and Livestock Show
is Oct. 6-11. Myers International Midways return
with over 20 rides. The Sunburst International,
Beauty Pageant will be Oct. 6, at 6 p.m. For
price/entry form information, call the fair office at
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 firstname.lastname@example.org. '
AARP Chapter No. 3486's board meets at
1:30 p.m., in the Marianna library.
The Sneads Carlisle Rose Garden Club meets
at the home of John and Bonnie Walden, 6308
Butler Rd., Dellwood community, at 11 a.m. The
meeting will start with a luncheon at 11:30 a.m.
A meat dish will be prepared, members are asked
to bring a covered dish.
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 monthly Sneads Athletic Club meeting
will be at the Riverside Restaurant in Sneads,
from 7 to 8 p.m.
The Sneads Elementary School Advisory
.Council meets at 4 p.m., in the school library.
Campbellton Senior Citizens' monthly meet-
ing is at 6 p.m., at. the Community Center..,
Program, includes highlights of two new,, busi-
nesses in the area: The Quilt Shop, and, East
Coast Ethonal. Officers will be elected. Bring a
dish to share for the evening meal. Call 263-
October 7 Tuesday
A public meeting of the Jackson Blue Spring
Basin Working Group convenes in the Continuing
Education Building Conference Room at .hipola
College. Presentations run from 9 a.m. to 1:15
*The Chipola College Science Club will host an
Aquatic Preserves seminar in conjunction with
the Living Waters Exhibit on display in the college
Arts Center, Tuesday, Oct. 7, at 6 p.m. Speaker:
Kim Wren, Aquatic Preserve manager with the
Florida Department of Environmental Protection.
Call 526-2761, ext. 3252.
*, The Jackson County Fair and Livestock Show
is Oct. 6-11. Myers International Midways return
with over 20 rides. For price information, call the
fair office at 482-3744. The Eureka 4-H Club
hosts :Alex's Lemonade Stands to raise
funds/awareness for childhood cancer research
Oct. 7 near the Swine Sale, and Oct. 9, during the
Jackson County Fair.
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.
October 8 Wednesday
The Jackson'County Fair and Livestock Show
is Oct. 6-11. Myers International Midways return
with over 20 rides. For price information, call the
fair office at 482-3744.
The, Jackson County Christmas Fund com-
mittee .will take referrals for holiday assistance
Oct. 1-15, by phone at 209-8700. Those who call
will receive an application that is due back by Oct.
25. To make adconation, mail checks to Jackson
County Christmas Fund, P.O. Box 99, Marianna,
The F.M. Golson Elementary School Advisory
Council meets at 5:30 p.m., in the curriculum
office. Call 482-9607.
The Marianna Middle School Advisory
Council meets at 3:30 p.m., in the media center.
The 2Q08-2009 School Improvement Plan will be
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.
October 9 Thursday
WMBB's Jerry Brown will be at the Jackson
County Senior Citizens, '2931 Optimist Dr.,
Marianna, at 10 a.m., to discuss the Feb. 17,
2009 national switch to digital television. Coffee
and snacks will be served.
The Jackson County Fair and Livestock Show
is Oct. 6-11. Myers International Midways return
with over 20 rides. For price information, call the
fair office at 482-3744.- The Eureka 4-H Club
hosts Alex's Lemonade Stands to raise
funds/awareness for childhood cancer research
Oct. 9 near the Steer Show, during the Jackson
Life Management Center offers free training
to individuals and couples about foster care and
adoption, at 6 p.m., at Big Bend Community
Based at 1352 South Blvd., Chipley. Call (866)
Covenant Hospice's monthly grief support
group in Marianna meets at Covenant Hospice,
4440 Lafayette St. (old Danley building across
from courthouse), from 9 to 11 a.m., on the sec-
ond Thursday of every month. The group is free
but registration is required. Light refreshments
will be served. Call January McKeithan at 482-
8520 pr (888) 817-2191.
Alcoholics .Anonymous meets each Thursday
fora "closed discussion," 8 to 9 p.m., at the First
United Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna. Use rear church entrance. Attendance is
limited to persons with a desire to stop drinking.
The Town of Grand Ridge's regular monthly
council meeting is at 6 p.m., in the Town Hall
E-mail Community Calendar items to email@example.com, fax to 482-4478, mail to P.O..Box 520, Marianna, FL 32447, or bring to 4403 Constitution Lane. Include contact phone number.
The Marianna Police
Department listed the follow-
ing incidents for Oct. 3, the
latest available report: One
drunk driver, three traffic acci-
dent, one sickness/subject
down, one mentally ill person,
five disturbance, one vandal-
ism/criminal mischief, one
trespassing, one juvenile
report/complaint, one loud
noise/disturbance, two retail
theft/shoplifting, two assisting
another agency, two public
service, one patrol request,
five traffic stop and one Baker
The Jackson County
Sheriff's Office listed the fol-
lowing incidents for. Oct. 3, the
latest available report: One ani-
mal complaint, two assist
four civil dis- -E.f' -=
pute, one crim-
inal mischief, '--. -
one dead per-t'RJM E
son, one dis-
three disturbance, one funeral
escort, one highway/road
obstruction, one juvenile report,
one missing person, one public
service, five suspicious inci-
dent/person/vehicle, two traffic
accident, 12 traffic stop, four
reckless driver/vehicle, one
injunction report and one
The following persons were
booked into the county jail
during the latest reporting
Matthew Scott, 23, 7
Waukeena 'Cemetery Rd.,
Monticello, violation of con-
Shakima Collins, 21,
2930 Albert St., Apt. A,
Marianna, violation of condi-
Sherry Holland, 28, 3070
Carters Mill Rd., Marianna,
Kathryn Boyd, 20, 2933
Wildwood Circle, Marianna,
Marcus Rhodes, 30, 5918
Neals Landing Rd., Bascom,
JAIL POPULATION: 197
To report a crime, call
CrimeStoppers at 526-5000.
To report a wildlife violation,
call 1-888-404-FWCC (3922).
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Election day is Nov. 4, but
Monday, Oct. 6 may be more
important. That's the date by.
which you must register in
order to vote in the general
In this fast-paced world
where we demand everything
on the spot, and conduct busi-
ness instantly online, isn't it
odd that we have to plan a
,month in advance if we want
to vote? One-stop registration
and voting on election day
would be ideal, but that would
put a real strain on election
Here's a solution. If you're
not yet registered, visit your
supervisor of elections office
on Monday, Oct. 6. You'll
have to wait a couple of days
for your registration to be .
processed. By that time, you'll
be ready for early voting
which runs Oct. 20 through
Nov. 1 even on Saturdays.
If you vote early, you can
spend Nov. 4 taking someone
to the polls, waving a sign for
your favorite candidate and
missing those long lines.
STOP sign issue on
streets worry motorist
I have safety issues concern-
ing the removal of the STOP
sign at the comer of Liddon
and Guyton. Even though
Marianna High School has
moved, there is still a tremen-
dous amount of school traffic
coming from Liddon Street
onto Guyton including school
buses. Working is this area, I
have seen numerous near acci-
It is a blind comer due to
hedges on private property.
This makes it impossible to
see vehicles or students in the
roadway when turning. Due
to the parking lot in front of
Adult Education, exiting from
the Adult Ed. driveway is also
blinded. Without the STOP
sign to impede traffic, several
near accidents have occurred
since the change.
I watched this morning, and
between 7:30 and 8:00 A.M.
saw three such incidents., I .
think that the Marianna.offi-
cials should observe the traffic
there and hopefully they will
realize what those of us who
travel this intersection know.
It has become very dangerous
since the removal of the STOP
We 'need to act now'
Sometimes I wonder about
the wisdom of men. For the
few oil holders, it makes sense
to hold America hostage while
enriching and lining their own
already wealthy pockets. For
the rest of us Americans? Not
so. The oil barons would love
for all of us to fight over the
last drop of oil at $ 250 per
gallon though most of us
would have been long out of
this fight already.
We simply need to act now.
'What better project to work
on than Green jobs? Even
politically it ticks off many
areas. Employment? Tick.
Economy? Tick. Environment?
Tick. Lower energy household
costs? Tick. Not as many
politicians in the oil/gas indus-
tries? Tick. National security
and less reasons to go to war?
Look, simply put, we can do
this now while gas prices are
at $4 per gallon or we can wait
10, 15, 20 years to begin when
gas has reached $15-20 per
gallon which at that point
might be to late. Think our
economy could start to replace
oil before WW IILbreaks out
to insure American's have
Americans, we can not wait
any longer without threatening
the security, welfare and safety
of our own children. Not our
descendants of grandchildren
100 years down the road
whom we will never know, I'm
talking about your own living
children as of today. Every
single child in our elementary,
middle and high schools could
be our Oil Wars soldier babies
of the coming years, and mark
my words, they ARE coming
unless we act now.
Today's children need you to
help save their lives. Green
jobs will help to ensure that.
McCain talks the talk,
isn't walking the walk.
John McCain ended last
week's presidential debate
talking about the faith he has
in the veterans community.
The senator should understand
that faith does not go both
ways. In a study conducted by
the non-partisan Center for
Responsive Politics, our troops
in Iraq and Afghanistan gave
to the Obama campaign by a
John McCain has one of the
worst records on veterans.'
issues in the Senate. Disabled
"American Veterans, one of the
nation's foremost veterans
service organizations, gives
him only a 20 percent rating-
this compared to Barack
Obama's 80 percent rating.
John McCain worked against
the new GI Bill, not for it, and
failed to even vote when the
time came. And John McCain
has done nothing to improve
the Veterans Administration
and access to healthcare.
It's another classic case of
talking the talk, but failing to
walk the walk. The
Republican Party should
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security issue in the last eight
years, it also does not own the
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for one very good reason:
"Awareness. Men and women
both have breasts, and can both
have breast cancer. Breast cancer is
not a respecter of gender. It is not a
respecter of race nor age ... When
you're in a crisis .of detecting a
lump and should it be unfortunate
that it is malignant, you want to
know what options you have avail-
able," said James.
Those options will be discussed
by experts at the symposium,
which will start at 5:30 and take
place at the Jackson County
Agriculture Conference Center on
Pennsylvania Ave., Marianna.
James, a breast cancer survivor
herself and vocal member of the
community in cancer awareness,
will lead the event.
This year's Symposium guest
speakers are Dr. Helen Krontiras,
University of Alabama
Birmingham, who is at the fore-
front of Breast Cancer Research
and Treatment; Dr. Larry Harper,
Tallahassee Plastic Surgery Clinic,
American Board of Plastic and
Reconstructive Surgery; and
Shannon Powell, Director of
Radiology, Jackson Hospital.
"Dr. Harper will basically speak
on the recreation of the breast,
whether it's with an implantation
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Mur.ry Edward Lassiter
Murry Edward Lassiter,
70, of Tallahassee passed
away Oct. 4, 2008, at Big
S -" Bend Hospice House in
The- graveside service
will be at 2 p.m., Tuesday,
cts Oct. 7, at Collins Mill
Cemetery in Graceville,
ued From Page'lA with the Rev. Chester
Padgett officiating, James
he need to go and & Lipford Funeral Home in
thing about this," Graceville directing.
is Crawford. The family will receive
meeting is set' for friends at the funeral home
t 4 p.m. inside the Monday, from 5 to 7 p.m.
County School Murry was born in
ice on Jefferson Geneva County, Ala., on
Marianna. Dec. 14, 1937, to the late
ts to reach Danny Grady Glenn and Carrie B.
Greg Howard on Baxley Lassiter.
.d Saturday were A 1956 graduate of
ssful. Graceville High School,
Murry retired as a TSGT
from the United States Air
ued From Page 1A Force, following 20 years of
service. He also retired as a
Breast Foundation courier with Brinks, Inc.
Stokes, M.D., of He was preceded in death
.ncer Care. by his parents; brother,
t isn't limited to Gary Lassiter; and a sister,
mes, because not Peggy Adams.
sceptible to breast He is survived by his
omen in their lives wife, Carol Lassiter of
ort. Tallahassee; son, Phillip
stration, for plan- Lassiter of Bradenton; two
is requested by daughters, Sue Lassiter of
athryn Jordan, Bradenton, and Tonya
ucator at Jackson Revell of Crawfordville;
18-2661 or Karen two sisters, Gayle Williams
on Assistant at of Dothan, Ala., and Connie
Continuing McCrary of Marianna; two
(CEUs) are avail- grandchildren, Heather and
professionals. Josh; and one great-grand-
or whether it's using one's own
body tissue," said James.
James said Avon Breast cancer
Foundation representative Lucille
Latham will present Beads of Life.
"They're symbolic of the differ-
ent sizes and different stages of
lumps. And she'll go over the dif-
ferent treatments available when
each type is found. This informa-
tion is foremost in early detection,
which is the best kind of detec-
tion," said James.
Jackson Hospital, for the fifth
year, is a major sponsor of the
event. Other sponsors include the
Jackson County Health
Department, American Cancer
Society, Avon E
and Steven H.
North Florida Ca
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A MEDIA GENERAL NEWSPAPER
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Jacob City Day,
Parade, and a
March of Dimes
Walk had lots of
people on the
Check out page
Two-year-old Ta'quavis Gray
6B for more naps on the shoulder of his
S ffather, Antonio Gray during
pictures. Jacob City Day Saturday. -
Mark Skinner/ Floridan
Big steps- for little feet Approximately 180 children from the Golson Annex, the Family Service
Centers Teenage Parenting Program and the Early Headstart Program were walking to raise money
for the March of Dimes Friday. Mark Skinner/ Floridan
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photo, during the MHS homecoming parade. -'Mark Skinner/
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cat. Siamese cat. old kitten. Siamese cat.
Partners for Pets on parade
It you are interested in adopting any of these pets
from Partners for Pets, please come by 4011
Maintenance Dr., in Marianna.
The shelter hours are Monday through Friday
10:00 3:00 and Saturday 10:00 1:00. You can
also call the shelter at 482-4570 for more informa-
tion or visit www.partnersforpets.petfinder.com
Make sure to mark your calendar for Saturday,
October 18, 2008, because it is time for Pet-tober-
fest, again. It will be held from 9:00 a.m. 2 p.m. at
the Citizens Lodge on Caverns Rd., in Marianna, FL
There will be many fun activities, including the pop-
ular kids and pets dress up for Pet Parade, along
with face painting by Klown Kapers of Tallahassee,
pet pictures with Santa, owner/pet look-alike contest
and much more.
Dogs and cats from the shelter will be available
for adoption, as well as micro-chipping.
There will be a large silent auction, demonstra-
tions by local animal and health organizations, food
booths, other local vendors and entertainment.
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
It will be a great day to spend together with your
family and pets.
2B Sunday, October 5, 2008 Jackson County Floridan
JACKSON COUNTY LIFE
Sarah Ann Surgnier and John Franklin Brooks
Surgnier, Brooks engaged
Dr. Steve Surgnier
announces the engage-
ment of his daughter,'
Sarah Ann Surgnier of.
Birmingham,. Ala., to
Mr. John Franklin
Brooks, also of
Birmingham, Ala., son
of Mr. and Mrs. Keith
and Carol Brooks of
Albemarle, N.C. Ms.
Surgnier's mother is
Sally Surgnier of Destin.
Ms. Surgnier attended
Marianna High School
and Suffield Academy in
Suffield, Conn., She is
1999 graduate of
Houston Academy in
Dothan, Ala. She'is a
2003 'graduate of the
University of Alabama
at Birmingham, where
she received a Bachelor
of Science degree in
She was an active
member of 'the Alpha
Gamma Delta sorority
and was inducted into
the Alpha Lambda Delta
and the National Society-.
of Collegiate Scholars
Honor Societies..She is a
nurse. in "the Continuing
Care Nursery at' the'
University of 'Alabama
The bride-elect is the
granddaughter of Paul
and Myrtle Surgnier of
Saunders of Tryon,
N.C., and Ed and
Barbara Quigley of
The future groom is a
1996 graduate of
Albemarle High School
in Albemarle, N.C., and
a 2000 graduate of North
University, with a
Bachelor of Science
degree in wildlife biolo-
gy. He is employed as a
project manager with
, He is the grandson of
the late Mr. and Mrs.
James and Betty.
Dougherty, and the late
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin'
and Ruth Brooks.
The- weddip g ,is
planned for Saturday,
Oct. 18, 2008, 'at
Southern Grace, in
plans are not finalized,
and the couple will
reside in Birmingham,
Ala,, after the wedding.
McCoy, Braxton to wed
Mr. and Mrs. J.W.
McCoy of Chattahoochee
request the honor of your
presence at the marriage of
their daughter, Christina
Lee McCoy, to Ronald
Clay Braxton, son of' Mr.
and Mrs. Ronnie Braxton
of Winter Haven.
The ceremony will be
Saturday, Nov. 1, 2008, at 1
p.m., at the W.T. Neal Civic
Center in Blountstown.
Murphy Jane Mitchell
Mitchells welcome a daughter
Michael John and
Maredith Mitchell proudly
announce the birth of their
beautiful daughter, Murphy
Jane Mitchell. Murphy was
born on Aug. 4, 2008, at
2:20 p.m., at Flowers
Hospital in Dothan, Ala.
She weighed seven pounds.
and one ounce, and was 19
1/2 inches long.
The proud grandparents
are Chuck and Janie Nolen;
and John and Cindy
parents are Mr. and Mrs.
James L. Nolen; and Mrs.
Edith Benton and the late
Mr. Jake Benton from Opp,
Ala.; the late Mr. Harold
and Ruby Murphy, former-
ly of Marianna;' and the late
Mr., Horace and Mrs. Velma
Mitchell, formerly of
Baxters welcome a son
Kaden Trace Baxter was HB
born July 10, 2008, to
Kevin and Andrea Baxter
of Midland City, Ala. He
weighed eight pounds, 11
ounces, and was 20 3\4
He is the grandson of ,
Larry and Rachel Baxter of
Malone; and Colon and
Becky Leatherwood of
Ozark, Ala. Great-grand-.
parents are the late Winson
and Ida Baxter of Malone;
the 'late Forrest and Mabel
Leatherwood of Ozark,
Ala.; and Mrs. Grace
Roberts of Ozark, Ala.
Kaden Trace Baxter
Perkinses welcome daughter
Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy and
Michele Perkins announce,
the birth of a' daughter,
Leah Marie Perkins,"' on
Sept. 18, '2008, at 8:13
p.m., at Jackson Hospital in
. She joins ,three siblings:
Jessie Perkins, 17, Carrid
Alday,'23, and Candance
Alday, 24., .'
, Her maternal grandmoth-
er is Barbara Chesser.
Melvins welcome a son
Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan
and Brittany Melvin of
Alford announce the birth
of a son,. Mason Dewayne
Melvin- on Sept. 18, 2008,
at 5:07 p.m., at Bay
Medical in Panama City.
At birth, he weighed six
pounds, seven ounces, and
was 19 3 inches in length.'
He joins two sisters:
Briadlna, 3, and Jordyn. 2.
are Bill and Sue Shouppe.
Paternal grandparents are
John and Lolita Melvin.
Melba Shouppe of
Cottondale; and Elbert and
Carol Woods of Alford.
'Don't take your life for granted'
BY THOMAS VINCENT MURPHY
As citizens of the United
States of America, we are
among the most fortunate
people in the world.
Those of us who are able
to. live a relatively normal
lifestyle go about our daily
routines without using
Last week-end I took my
family out to the "Golden
Coral" restaurant for an
evening meal. One of the
reasons the "Golden Coral"
is so popular (as are many
with the same type of
menu) is that you can eat
all you want for one price.
After our appetites had
been satisfied, I noticed the
large amount of food we
and others had sampled,
but not finished, being left
on the table.
What a waste of food
that others who are less for-
tunate (in our country and
the world) would have real-
Then I thought about the
variety of fast foods (which
are part of the reason for
our country's weight prob-
lem) we love to splurge on.
Many of us have easy
access to movies, sports
and other types of enter-
tainment in our homes by
way of radio, television and
There are some in our
population who are living
the "American Dream", but
many of our other citizens,
in this great country, are
living in poverty.
Our country is. now;
involved in'a serious finan-
The events of recent days
is a reminder to me of how
certain situations bring us
as a nation closer together,
no matter what your status
"Ripley's Believe It. or
Not" is getting a load of
facts to put into its pro-
. grams, because what's been
happening lately in our
country is definitely hard to
The most important fact
that I have learned from the
serious events that are tak-
ing place in our country
today is, "don't take life for
granted". We all must learn
how to deal with adversity!
The interesting thing
about the financial crisis.
we are facing, is that some
of those that are successful
financially, may feel more
pain in some instances than
those of bur population that
have been finding it hard to
make it for most of his or
No one that I am familiar
with enjoys being poor, or
in a continuous financial
In a strange way, people
that have been living in
stressful situations for
extensive periods of their
lives are well versed on
adversity, and may ,be
much stronger in dealing
with a financial crisis than
those who fall' from "big-
money" financial positi6ns.-
Losing a hQme or income
can change an individual's
life in a devastating way. In
some cases, the higher the
lifestyle you have.been liv-
ing, if troubles occur, the
harder the fall;,
Some of our poorest citi-
zens have been down' so
long, there's not much
room to go lower; and
they've learned to adjust to
the hard knocks in their
It made me realize that
there are vast differences in
living situations in our own
country. With all' the finan-
cial woes our country is
experiencing, .I' feel that
most of our wealthiest resi-
dents will make out fine.
A lot; of people don't
realize that many of our
wealthiest people have con-
nections that are World- .
wide; in fact many have
homes in other parts of the
I wonder if Bill Gates,
Oprah Winfrey and Warren
Buffet are concerned about
losing the billions of dol-
lars they are worth; or if
they have solid assets in
other parts of our world.
It has been documented
that Oprah has a school for
girls worth millions of dol-
lars in South Africa.
It would seem reasonable
to invest in world ventures
with so much wealth; I
hope some of the wealthy
will consider helping some
of our own poverty stricken
people (I am sure in some
instances they have).
I have a feeling that no
matter how. rough things
could become for most of
us, the wealthy citizens of
the world' would have an
alternative plan to sustain
The average American
could be the ones that suf-
fer the most. Those of us
that have been taught to
"respect others .no matter
who they may be" should
be thankful for those words
With the twists and turns
of this life, some of our
most successful and knowl-
edgeable citizens could end
up learning lessons of sur-
vival from those with life
long experiences of facing
Mason Dewayne Melvin
Eddie and. Gladys -Johnson at their wedding.
Johnsons celebrate 65th
On Oct. 3, 1943, Eddie
and Gladys Johnson
were married in a small
army chapel in Wirifield,
Kan., where he was sta-
tioned at that time during
WW II. On Oct. 3, 2008,
they celebrated their 65th
anniversary, along with
their children and grand-
children. Having spent
most of their lives
together in Texas, the
couple moved to the
Marianna area about 10
The, Johnson's have
three children-their son,
James Eddie Johnson
and wife, Joyce, ". of
daughter, Sharon Lipford
and husband, Virgil, of
Marianna; and daughter,
Pat Guidry of Newark,
Del. They also have five
grandchildren and five
Eddie and Gladys Johnson, present.
Ivey celebrates 90th
Mr. J.C. Ivey of
Graceville celebrated his
90th birthday with a cook-
out at the Florida Caverns-'
State Park in Marianna,. on
Saturday, Sept. 27, 2008.
His, actual birthday was
Friends attending to help
him celebrate were Tom,
Lisa, Lyan, Garrison and
Fannie Hutchison, Ricky
and Cheryl Robison, Marc,
Melissa. and Landon
Garcia, Margie Tatum, and
Francis and, Mary Nell
. Two employees of the
park stopped by to visit and
wish him a happy birthday:
Kelly Banta .and Billy
The Florida Caverns
State Park was built in the
late 1930s by the Civilian
Conservation Corp. Mr.
Ivey served in the CCC
from 1935 to 1938.
Jackson County Life Policy
Birthdays-- photographs with cops 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 ot 50th, must run as
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 pier 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 plioto will
cost an additional $20. Also, a charge of $20 will
be added for each additional 150 words.
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BCF celebrates 65th birthday
SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
During the week of Sept.
22-26 The Baptist College
of Florida family paused to
Seasons of Service," and
recharged for the years
ahead. The week was filled
with activities that ranged
from birthday cake after
chapel services to. a gala
,birthday dinner attended by
members of the larger
Florida Baptist family.
Faculty, staff and stu-
'dents gathered around the
Daniel Gazebo on
"September 22 as BCF
.President Thomas A.'
Kinchen sliced the first
piece of traditional birth- Above, Dr. Thomas A. Kinch
;day cake. The time of fun College of Florida exchange gi
"and food served to remind Director .of the African-Ameri
those gathered of the. gen- Florida Baptist Convention. Atr
rations .of faithful President of The Baptist Colleg
.Christian leaders who have 'Ruth Ann Kinchen, celebrate B
gonee before them in the life the cake. Two cakes were cor
.of the school. and seal. The other cake was a
Established September 7, ter of BCF, the R. G. Lee Chape
1943, the first BCF class
was actually held at the reaffirming accreditation
First Baptist Church in the Commission also
Lakeland, FL. The institu- approved establishment of
tion moved to the tri-state new degree programs
area of northwest Florida in including: English, History
1953. During the life of the and Social Studies, English
school there have been sev- for Secondary Education,
*.ral name changes indicat- HIstory and Social Studies
-ing the breadth of its aca- for Secondary Education,
demic programs: Florida Christian Studies, Ministry.
Baptist' Institute (FBI), Studies, and Leadership
_Baptist Bible Institute of and Christian Education
Florida (BBIF), Baptist which includes a new
,Bible Institute (BBI),. major.in Business. .
'Florida Baptist Theological On Sept. 25 staff' leader-
,College (FBTC), and The ship of the Florida Baptist
Baptist College of Florida Convention, members of
(BCF). -. the State Board of
:Guided by a visionary Missions, BCF trustees,
-President. a strong Board faculty and staff as well as
of Trustees, and unwaver- spouses, filled the
ing convention leadership Assembly Center for 'a
support, the academic pro- birthday banquet. Prior to
grams at BCF prepare men the banquet ,guests were
and women 'for areas '.of provided with guided tours,
-ministry, service and voca-' .'of: the campus and were .
:fbn with every degree pro- able to visit displays and.
-gram. containing a strong exhibits .presented. around
Bible foundation. .the Assembly Center illus-
Throughout the week the rating the 65 year history
.College celebrated the con- of the college.
tributions of those who had Thomas A. Kinchen,
'served faithfully since BCF President for nineteen
1943. The outstanding years, welcomed guests
opportunities of the present with an introductory bless-
were highlighted as the ing before the evening
,school celebrated its reaf-' meal. As those in atten-
,firmatioh of accreditation dance were finishing their
.,by the Commission on meal, the BCF College
,,Colleges of the Southern Choir and Male Chorale,
Association of Colleges -who served the tables, per-
and Schools. In addition to formed a sequence of wort-
hen,. President of The Baptist
meetings with Dr. Maxie Miller,
can Ministry Division of the
right, Dr. Thomas A. Kinchen,
ge of Florida, and First Lady,
CF's 65th Birthday by cutting
mmemorative of the BCF logo
a replica of the,heart and cen-
ship and praise music,
including BCF favorites
"The Presence of the Lord
is Here" and "All Rise."
Following the musical
worship, John. Sullivan,
Treasurer of the Florida
Baptist Convention,. 'gave
the convention greeting
and encouraged everyone"
present to always be con-
foriming into the image of
Jesus. He quoted
Philippians 2:1-11 and
commended. BCF' for its
firm stance on teaching the
truth of Jesus. Christ to the
Larry Taylor, Chairman
of the Board of Trustees at
BCF, approached the podi-
um after Sullivani to present
the trustee greeting -and
share his love for" the
school. Taylor expressed
his passionfor BCF with a,
story about his pastor who
was a graduate of the
school. He recounted the
influence of the school on
the man and the man on the
world through long years
as a pastor. With tears in
.his eyes, Taylor told the
crowd that the man in- the
story was his father.- '
Kinchen concluded the
evening's celebration high-
lighting the history of BCF
and the challenges and
rewards he's experienced in
his years of service as
President. "I've never been
more challenged and more
blessed than I have been
here," stated Kinchen. He
further stated, "This life of
this school has neverbeen a
.matter of convenience,
rather it has been a life of
necessity. If we ate to reach
this state-and this world'it
is necessary that a vibrant
school educate and train
those who will literally
change their world."
After his remarks,
Kinchen presented -" the
BCF birthday cake, a repli-
ca of the R.G. Lee Chapel,
and two round cakes deco-
rated with the BCF logo
and seal. The evening was
complete as everyone stood
and sang the BCF hymn
"Tell Me ,the -Story of
Jesus," after which BCF
Senior Vice-President, R.
C. Hammack, dismissed
the gathering with a prayer
For more information on
The Baptist College of
Florida "or upcoming
events, please contact the
Admissions Office at (800)
328-2660, ext. 460.
student achieves a
perfect FCAT score
SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
Ever wondered what it
would be like to make a per-
fect score on a standardized
test? Just ask Brendon
Hales, fifth grade student at
School, as he made a perfect
score on, the Fourth Grade
FCAT Math last spring.
Recently Brendon was invit-
ed to attend a meeting at the
Jackson County. School
Board Office where he
received an award for his Brendon Hales
perfect score in math. When
asked about his accomplish-
ment, Brendon said that he was surprised that he made
such a high score even though he loves math and it is his
favorite subject. With words to the wise for all test takers,
Brendon said, "I studied hard, did my best, took my time,
and checked over my answers." Brendon's fourth grade
teacher, Susan Burgan, described Brendon as a hard work-
er. She said, "At times Brendon would ask if he could
work on another math skill that we had not covered. I
would let him work on the skill and when he finished he
would have the problems right. I'm not at all surprised
that he did so well on the FCAT because he is extremely
smart when it comes to math. I am extremely proud of
Brendon." Brendon is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Hales
arid the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. James Heisner, all of
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Alex's Lemonade Stand
Foundation to visit
Jackson County Fair
SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
The Eureka 4-H Club will host their very first Alex's Lemonade Stands on
Tuesday, October 7 and again on Thursday October 9, during the Jackson County
Fair. The lemonade stand will be set up at the Agriculture Center, near the Swine
Sale on Tuesday, and the Steer Show on Thursday. The Eureka 4:-H Club is a home
school science club, recently organized in Jackson County. The club is .hosting
Alex's Lemonade Stand as a community service project to raise funds and aware-
ness for childhood cancer research.
Alex's. Lemonade Stand Foundation (ALSF) emerged, from the front yard lemon-
ade stand of cancer patient Alexandra "Alex" Scott (1996-2004). At the age of 4,
Alex announced that she wanted to hold a lemonade stand to raise money to help
find a cure for all children with cancer. Since Alex 'held that first stand, the
Foundation bearing her name has evolved into a national fundraising movement,
complete with thousands of volunteers across the country carrying on her legacy of
hope. To date, Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation, a registered 501(c)3 charity, has
raised more than $20 million towards fulfilling Alex's dream of finding a cure, fund-
ing over 80 research projects nationally.
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Jackson County Christmas
Fund now taking referrals
for holiday assistance
'FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER'
The Jackson County Christmas Fund committee will be taking referrals for holiday
assistance by phone Oct. 1-15 only. Those in need of assistance can call 209-8700 dur-
ing that period.
Once you call, you will be sent an application, and that must be filled out and returned
to the Christmas Fund committee by Oct. 25.
Community members and organizations wishing to donate money to the cause can
send checks to the Jackson County Christmas Fund, P.O. Box 99, Marianna, FL, 32447.
In most cases,, qualifying families will be given coupons to buy their own toys, food
In some cases, however, sponsors are obtained for those who do not meet the eligibil-
ity criteria for coupons, and the sponsoring organizations will buy the items to be picked'
up by the families served.
The Jackson County Christmas Fund, a non-profit organization, was established in
1981 in an effort to coordinate'all Christmas assistance activities and avoid duplication
The committee asks all churches and other organizations who plan to help others this
holiday season to join forces with the organization.
The fundraising goal this year is $15,000.
In addition to giving the majority of families coupons to buy their own supplies and
obtaining sponsors for others, the organization also assists foster children and senior cit-
izens during the season:'
Marianna Lions Club First
Vice President Joe Roye,
left, receives the Lion of
Year award presented by
Marianna Lions Club
President Vernon Cook.
The 60th class'reunion of Marianna High School was Sept. 6, at Jim's Buffet'
and Grill in Marianna. From left, are: Annette Grant Kmetz, Frankie Stone
Parrish, Daisy McAlpin Peacock, Myra Wimberly.Lancaster, Bud Peacock,.
Betty Crawford Moore, John Padgett, Jimmie Sue Williams Sims, Gene Pelt,
Ethel Garnant Pelt, Jeanette Pumphrey Wilsdorf, Leland James, Muriel
Thompson Spink, Paul Dickson, Ursula Street Wallace, Robert Clark, Ethel
Fears Paulk. Present, but not pictured: Zaqueline Sellers Wimberly and
.Sammy Oswald. Contributed photo
MPD officer rounds up a pack of curious Scouts
David Arnette of the
Florida Fish and Wildlife,
presents a program to
Marianna Lions Club. They
employee .1,900 people,
cover 54,000 land miles,
6,000 water miles and
2,300 miles of shore line.
They collect $80.5 million
in hunting licenses and $3
billion in fishing licenses.
- Contributed photo ..
Mt. Tabor Missionary
Baptist' Church recently
held its Second Annual
Spelling Bee in September,
and saw more participation
in each age group.
Participating were: (ages 6-
8) Kameron Butler, Elijah
Miah Peterson, Moses
Granberry, and Tristun
* Dozier; (ages 9-13) Rache'
'Granberry Kimberly Scott
and Danielle Baker, (ages
14-17) Alanna Clayton,
Timothy' Long, Anthony
Edwards, Peter Edwards,
and Tosha Scott. The win-,
ner for (ages 6-8) Kameron
Butler, (age 9 e43) Rache'
Granberry and (age 14-17)
Timothy Long. Announcers
were Mr. and Mrs. Travis
SEphriam. Judges were Dea.
David Cobb, Sis. Mary
Gammons and Sis.
Catherine Edmond. There
were door prizes and
refreshments were served.
-- Contributed photo
spelling bee growing
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Marianna. Pack 170 Bear Scouts, from left, Michael Howard, Austin Livingston,
Hunter Hutton, Nick Walker, Calen Sims, Morgan Johnson, and Noah McArthur are
shown with Marianna Police Department Officer Wayne Beasley. Scouts continued
their study of law enforcement with a guided tour of the police station led by Officer
Beasley. They learned about procedures following an arrest, record keeping, finger-
printing, and the 911 call-in process. Officer Beasley fingerprinted each Scout and
gave them a close-up view of an official car, including a demonstration of the siren
and lights. For information about Scouting, call 209-2818, or e-mail cokehut@dig-
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The Connection Between Oral
Health & Your General Health
.. '. You may have read in recent months
about the evidence that our medical science
researchers are uncovering. The evidence is
becoming clearer and clearer that active
oral disease has a basic connection to
effects seen in general health, One of the
areas the researchers have been able to
." establish clear connection is chronic gum
disease and its linkage to cardio-vascular.
""i, disease. This connection should be a great
.. concern for. all adults who are reading this
article.. The concern is because 80% or,.
.. more of the general adult public have some
S 'level of active low grade gum inflammation
in the bodies. This pervasive chronic low
grade inflammation creates a response from
our bodies immune system. When we have
a low grade inflammation anywhere in our
bodies our liver is stimulated to release a certain reactive protein (c-reactive).
The action of this C reactive protein is to act upon plaques on the walls of
our arteries. The build up of plaque in our arteries is a life style life long
occurrence, which helps to lead'to ultimate cardio-vascular accidents. Most
common cardio-vascular accidents are stroke and heart attacks. This protein
reaction with the arterial plaque is to cause loosen or busting of the plaque,
which creates floaters embolii) in the blood stream. If the floaters are large
enough to lodge in one of the small arteries of our brain it is called a stroke
and if it lodges in one of the arteries of the heart it is called a heart attack.
It is always important to look at cause and effect when. we want to take.
action to, create a different effect or outcome. If we did not have the low
grade chronic inflammation in our guns our liver would not be stimulated to
release the C-reactive protein and the protein would not be creating floaters
in our blood stream. The above information can become too entailed, yet the
moral of the story is that. every adult should take action to be certain that they
are not in the 80% of persons who have an ongoing low grade gum inflam-
mation. If we create a healthy oral condition we lessen the chances of these
unique cardio vascular accident connections from occurring.
Consult with your dental professional for an evaluation of you current den-
tal health condition. Allow your dental team to develop a custom game plan
for your dental wellness.
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Past Sound of the Pride members, from as far back as 1975, turned up Friday to take part in a Marianna High School band reunion and to play with the current band
dirng the pregame show. Mark Skinner/ Floridan
The Marianna High School Colorguard perform.during the school's
parade Friday. Mark Skinner/ Floridan Staff
Marianna Homecoming Queen Sianna Davis is crowned by Principal Randy Ward
Friday night as Adam Bigale looks on. Mark Skinner/ Floridan
Spitit the Bulldog, Marianna High School's mascot, works the crowd during the
homecoming parade Friday Mark Skinner/Floridan
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the Marianna Area Youth
Football Association per-
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MHS cruises to 40-6 win
over winless Blue Devils
BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR
The Marianna Bulldogs improved to 6,4-0'
on the season Frida\ night n ith an easy 40-6,
win over Holmes County. ;
It was former MHS assistant coach Carlan
Martin's first game backin Marianna as head
coach of the Blue Devils, but it wvas Martin's
former team that made sure that his current
team stayed winless in 2008.
Bradley Battle's returned the opening kick-
off. 87 yards for a touchdown and, the
Bulldogs never looked back.
Marianna got touchdown runs by Fidel
Montgomery, Quan Boykin, Tre Long and
RJ Bowers and got a blocked punt for a
touchdown by freshman Poochie Batson to
make easy workof the 0-5 Blue De\ ils...
"We wantedto play a full game and we
came.closer to that tonight than in our ol u
games," Marianna coach Rob Armstr oig,
said after the game. -
Battles also rushed for96 yards on 15 c i-
ries for the Bulldogs, who rushed for 25
yards as a team.
Jomar Concepcion was the lone bright
spot for the Blue Devils, rushing for 67 Nards
Marianna's RJ Bowers [right] carries the football during' a game Friday night against
Holmes County in Marianna. Mark Skinner/Floridan
and throwing for 66 yards and a touchdown.
After Battles' kick return to start the
game, the Bulldogs forced Holmes County
to punt, then took the ball and went nine,
plays;and 77 yards, including a 56-yard run
by Boykin, capped by a 2-yard touchdown
run by Bowers.
On Marianna's ne\t possession,
NMontgmnier) took a toss sweep 62 yards,for
a touchdown n down the left sideline to make'
it 19-0 at the end of the first quarter. '
The Bulldogs' next dri\e was nine plays,
and 74 yards, with a 32-ard run by Battles
setting up: a 3-\ard touchdown run b%
Bo kin to make it 26-0. which it remained
Marianna wasted little time dotting the
scoreboard again in the third period, with
Batson rushing in to block a rugby punt'
attempt by the Blue Devils punter, then pick-.
ing the ball up near the Holmes County 25-
yard line and returning it for a touchdown.
The extra-point made it 33-0 with 9:36 left
in the third.
The Bulldogs final score came on an 11-
,yard touchdown run by Long midway;
through the third.
A running clock 'in the fourth quarter
brought"the game to a quick and merciful
end. ,Boykin rushed for 65 yards on three:,
carries, thile Montgomery carried three
times for 65 yaids.
The Bulldogs next host district 'rival
Pensacola Catholic. Oct. 10 at 7 p.m.
d iSappointing loss
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B. QUSTIN.,KENT .. ..
FLOr iDN SNr ED, I:,r 'V"'Weve got to work on
The Sfeads Pirates suffered a
demoralizing loss to the Ja\
Royals Frjiay night. dropping
their seco.id straight district
game 30-6 in Jay.
Sneads fell to 1-2 in Distrct 1 -
1A play with the loss. The.'-
Pirates are 1-3 overall
It was a bitterly disappointing
loss for the Pirates, who were
hoping to get back on track after
a 24-0 home loss to West
The Pirates trailed 12-6 late in
the third quarter before' the
Royals completed a short bubble'
screen that went for a 40-yard
touchdown to make it-an 18-6
A series of .unsportsmanlike.
penalties by the Pirates in the
fourth quarter 'allowed the'
Royals to lack on another touch-
down to run a" ay with the game.
keeping our composure
when things go bad."
Sneads coach Don Do%\ling
said his team fought hard,
though it didn't do a good job 'of
dealing with adversity.
"The wheels fell off," the
coach said. "We lost our compo-t
sure and got some unsportsman-
like calls..I'm embarrassed about
those penalties. It's just anger
lashing out. We didn't keep our
composure, .- didn't keep mine
and I told'them after the game
that's my fault.'
"We've got to work on keep-
ing our composure when "things
Sneads trailed 12-0 at halftime
Sneads quarterback Taylor Edge [left] tries to escape from a West
Gadsden defender during a game Sept. 26 in Sneads. The
Pirates lost 30-6 to Jay Friday night to fall to 1-2 in District 1-1A'
play. Floridan File Photo
before a 70-yard touchdown run
by Mark Lawson brought the
Pirates to within 'a touchdown at
The teams exchanged punts
'after that and it remained a one-
possession game until the big'
pass play by Jay.
See LOSS, Page 4C >
BY DUSTIN KENT
FI. -r11,,N S ,-iTl < Ec'ITOR
The Cottondale Hornets
dropped their fourth straight
game Friday night in South
Walion. losing 34-6 to the
The Hornets are now 1-4 on
South Walton took advantage
of two fumbles on Cottondale's'
first two possessions to jump out
to a 13-0 lead.
The Hornets added a score late
in the second quarter to make it
.13-6 at halftime..
..Hlowever, the Hornets couldn't
keep the Seaha%%ks offense in
.check in the third quarter. as they
ticked on' two more touchdowns
to' take a.27-6 lead into the fourth
"In the second half, we just
made too many mistakes and kept
'shooting ourselves in f6ot,"
Cottondale coach Mike Melvin
said alter the came. "That's the
one thing I felt we couldn't do
/and we did it."
Cody Cosper topped the 100-
yard mark rushing to lead the
Hornets, but' unfortunately for
Cottondale, it was miscues that
dominated the night for CHS.
"We had too many penalties,
.See CHS, Page 4C0
BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR
Cottondale improved to 2-2
Thursday, night % with a 42-18 win
.over Roulhac in :middle school
Prentipe Webb rushed for two
touchdowns to lead the Hornets,
who led 34-12 at halftirie.
"It was just a good win,"
Cottondale coach Chris Obert
said after the game. "Everybody
got in .on the action, which is
always,good. Most of the starters
didn't play an\ in the second half,
so we let some .of the younger
guys get an opportunity to play."
Webb scored both of his touch-
do' ns in the first half, sand-
wiched in between a Sheldon
Vann touchdown to put the
Hornets up 22-6. '
Joe Nathan Brow" n added a
long. touchdown run to make it
A touchdown n by Chase
Pitiman made it 34-12 and the
Hornets' lone score in the second
half came on a touchdown pass
from Jake Kemoshak to Dakota
The Hornets next play at Port
St. Joe Tuesday 'at 6 p.m. in the
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Department will offer
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Registration for youth
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21 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
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p.m. at Specialty Arms in
Call Jeff or Cathy at
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There will be a pitcher
and catcher high school
showcase at Northwest
Florida State. College,
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a.m. to 1 p.m., with regis-
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The showcase is for
high school juniors and
seniors and. will be held
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For more information,
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Deadline for fees and
forms for the Chipola
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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 invited.
Admission is $5 for ages
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Contact DeFelix at
850-718-2322 or e-mail:
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Department will offer
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Football League. Teams
can sign up at the MERE,
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6) The Paddock Club
7) Cottondale PD
8) Kindel Lanes
High Team Game: Now What
High Team Series: Now What
High Game Female: Amie Kain
High Game Male: Don Still
High Series Female: Amie Kain
High Series Male: Don Still
Tuesday Morning Coffee League
1) James & Sikes 20-8
2) Bat Friends 17-11
3) Family Dentistry 15.5-12.5
4) Misfits 15-13
5) 1001 Uses
6) The Pacers
* 7) Hopkin's
8) Davis Optometry
9) Champion Tile
High Team Game: Gazebo 1020
High Team Series: Gazebo 2810
High Game Female: Paulh Kindelspire
High Game Male: Norman Wheeler 268
High Series Female: Paula Kindelspire
High Series Male: Norman Wheeler 652
Tuesday Night Mixed League
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4) Ralph Shelton Realty 14-10
5) Backwoods Bowlers 13.5-10.5
6) Our Gang 10-14
7) Foursome 8-16
8) Sonny's BBQ
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.High Team Series: SCBC- 2690
High Game Female: Dale Reynolds 201
High Game Male: Tim Gaffaney '2637
High Series Female:Shirley Watts .'522
High Series Male:Christian Clayton 69r
WEDNESDAY NIGHT MIXED
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2)Marianna Toyota 17-7
3) Meghan & Her Guys 16.5-7.5
4) Redwood Bay/Hinson House 15-9
5) Wal-Mart 14-10
6)Seminole Lodge 13-11
7) DBBL Troublet 11.5-12.5
8) Hollis Body Shop 11-13
9) Mercer Law Office 11-13
10) Barely Bowlers 9-15
11) Vac 5-19.
12) Nailport Express 4-20
High Team Game: Meghan & Her Guys
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High Game Female: Kelly Davis 259
High Game Male: Jay Roberts 255.
High Series Female: Kelly Davis 604
High Series Male: Jay Roberts 725
2) Al's Team
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4) Smith's Supermarket
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Some missed deadlines are worth it
It was a pretty morning. Lake
Seminole lay glassy smooth in the
coves and sloughs, unruffled by the
gentle breeze barely wrinkling the
surface of the main lake.
It was dark, but the herons, coots,
gallinules, and other daybirds were
already beginning to stir. The bellow
of an old bull gator drifted across the
water and found my ear. "Old Sem"
was waking, arising as she always
does, just ahead of
the sun. r
Ah, yes. A pretty
No. time to pon-
der, and muse,
though. After' all;
this was the begin-
ning of just anoth -
er day. Here.I was
trying. 'to finish
two ,:' magazine.- Bob Kornegay,
assignments in one o an 1 e.
morning and.completion of both by,
deadline was barely possible. I was
harried; huffibd; and completely out
of kilter. Again. just another day in
the life of a procrastinating outdoor
writer. . ,.1
Troy Barfield, my guide' and story,
source, suggested going fishing and
photo-shooting early.. We' could,
return to the marina and do the inter-
views afterward. I agreed and the
two of us boarded his boat, roaring
away across the,dake at first light. -
Luck,.,foq a change, was with me.
Troy quickly boated a largemouth in-
the 5-pound' class 'and [Ihurriedly
clicked off some editor-acceptable
fish-and-angler" 'shots. Moments
-. -, ,
later, we switched locations and "speckled perch." Then I reached for
promptly landed a dozen or more the bass, which was still alive and
slab crappies for "stringer" shots in well. I held the largemouth up'
the second article. Will wonders briefly, then eased it into the water
never cease? I was actually going to and let it go. The old lady's mouth
come in "under the wire" this time. gaped in toothless incredulity.
Our fishing success meant it was I looked at her'and she stared back
still reasonably early- in the day at me, frowning. "Mister," she
when we rode Troy's big Ranger exclaimed, "you is one crazy white
back to Wingate's. The crappies in man!"
the li'vewell were dying and, their After mooring the boat, I decided
usefulness as models behind them, I to put off my scheduled interview a
began looking around for someone bit longer. I walked down the bank to
who might appreciate a few fresh, where the old woman sat watching a
meaty panfish. lMy full attention was red-and-white bobber dance lazily
drawn to but one bankside angler. on the water's surface.
.,The-little old granny woman sit- "Ma'am," I said, interrupting her.
ting on an overturned 5-gallon buck- reverie.
et near the boat ramp was hard to "Oh, it's'you," she said. "Wantin'
miss. She was wearing an old-fash- your fish back. I reckon.".
ioned, ankle-length cotton dress. "No." I smiled. "I was just won-
On-'her head sat a sunbonnet, in during if you hate a.few minutes to "
that style you never see nowadays: tell this white man,'Why' he's so
Her face was a verentable road map of .crazy."
wrinkles and wiry, white haiir spilled, She had the better part of the rest
from beneath the bonnet's brim. She. of the day. Like all old folks, she
was a tiny thing. Had she not been asserted her right to say. whatever
black, she could have easily~passel she darn ell pleased., We good-
for my late great-grandmothedr.'- ." "'naturedly talked and aged. and
Could I pass this up?.N6 Way. I ', shared more than a few laughs in the
bade Troy ease the boat closer. ', ;.rocess.. I, for one, enjoyed it'
"Morniin',, la'am," I saluted. immensely. .
."Care for a"few fish I don't have Remember those deadlines.I men-
time to cleanT"' tioned? I was late, much to the cha-
"Lawd yes!"' she replied. The grin of a certain magazine editor.,
strength of her voice belied her But that's okay. How could I ever
diminutive stature. expect him to understand that one
Extracting the crailps from the talkative old granny woman in a'
livewell, I tossed th .one by one sunbonnet will always be worth
onto the bank.'She gierly retrieved more than anything I could ever
them and threaded each onto her n e about crappies and largemouth
stringer, exclaiming over the pretty bass? .
.' .' '. .' Continued From Page IC
pas .la .
pass play by ay. '
"That was the'bona-fide
nail in the: coffin right
there," Dowling said of the
40-yard' score. "'It hurt." *
The Pirates were unable
to sustain any more offen-
sive drives to try to make
up the, deficit, struggling
for the second straight
week to generate consis-
tent offense. '
"We'd have a good play,
then a bad one, then a good
one, then a bad one...we
couldn't string many good
. plays together," Dowling
said. "That's usually how
you have a good drive and
we couldn't do that."
Lawson was the biggest
bright spot for Sneads,
rushing for 137 yards and
touchdown on 15 carries.
Jamar White had nine
tackles for the defense and
Sherrick Williams had
eight stops and three tack-
les for loss.
"(Jay) did what we
thought .they would do,
which is line up and run
the ball between the tack-
les," Dowling said. "They)
hit us with that big one and
it snowballed on us. We
just weren't able to finish."
* After 'the game,
Dowling said he took
responsibility for the loss.
."I told (the players) after
the game to just put it on
me," the coach said. "I
obviously didn't have
'them ready to play. I told
them I'd take it and we'll
go on from there.".
Where the Pirates go
from here is anybody's'
guess. They'll have to go
on the road Oct. 10 to play
district foe Port St. Joe,
which beat Jay 27-0 two
Sneads still has district
County and Freeport, and
with two district losses
already, the Pirates do not
control their own destiny.
"Now we've got to have
a bunch of help," Dowling
Floridan weekly fishing repoiht
LAKE SEMINOLE -
Bass can be very good in
the grass at times'. Seek out
open pockets in the thicker
grass beds. Pockets and
*openings away from the
edges .are best for larger
fish, bit prettygood num-
bers of smaller bass may be
taken from grass beds
showing a good steep
"wall" or edge.
Try loud buzzbaits and
frog or mouse-type lures
early in the day. Go with
Texas-rig worms and
lizards ine the same spots as
the day progresses..
Crappies are fair on the
deeper ledges. Drop-fish.
live minnows and fish early
and late in the day. Bream
have been biting well, even
as the recent heavy-feeding
activity tails off.' Fish
sandy-bottom areas with
crickets for bluegills and
worms for shellcrackers.
Catfish are fair when
sought over hard bottoms
in deep water. Use live or
prepared baits. Hybrids
may take a spoon fished
over humps and sandbars
late in the afternoon..
LAKE EUFAULA' -
Largemouths are fair on the
deep ledges, which is typi-
cal for this, time of year.
Despite the daytime heat-
ing, the fish will'often bite
off and on all day long.
Use deep crankbaits, big
and Carolina-rig soft plas-
tics. Ledges in 15to 25
feet of, water with drastic
drop-offs ar proving to be"'
the best spots.or the best
results; stay with the river
ledges in the main lake.
A few crappies may be
caught on the. deeper flats
off the river ledges using
jigging spoons. Crappies
may also be taken at night.
Hybrids are fair, late in the
day and at night, particular-
ly on the 5,uthem end of
the. lake. Cast Rat-L-Traps
and similar crank baits to
schooling fish,. Bream are .
quiteactive, but the fish are
generally small. Catfish are
fair. during the day and
good at night.
L A K E
HOOCHEE RIVER -
Fishing on the river is gen-
erally slow. Catfish can be
caught in the tailwaters
using prepared baits, frozen
shad, or live earthworms.
Most individual fish are
.said to be "pan-size" at
best. Catfishing from the
banks at night is a good
option. Bass fishing might
be worth-a try early and late
in the day. Some topwater
action is reported up and
down the' river. The best
largemouth action has been
in spots from the Georgia
Highway 62 bridge north a
few miles past Odom
Creek. You may also wish
to throw a worm or deep
crankbait near the mouths
of creeks when the topwa-
ter bite wanes. Bream are
biting fairly well for' a few
anglers' drifting along steep
bluff walls and drop-fish-
`ing crickets.' Mixed
stringers of redbreasts and
bluegills have been taken in
this fashion. A few shell-"
crackers may come to hand,
as well if offered large wig-
glers or redworms.
IN rr TIME
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I CAN HELP
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turnovers...every time we would get something going,
we'd have a fumble," Melvin said. "We had a couple of
kids who stepped up and some'who needed to and didn't.
We just have to go to work Monday and get ready for
some more district games. We're ready to get off the road,
get to the house and take our chances."
The Hornets have played three straight'road games and
now get the chance Oct. 10 to play before the home crowd
'when they take on District 1-1B foe John Paul II, which is
0-3 on the season and last lost to Graceville 52-14.
"It's gut check time for us," Melvin said. "Some of
these guys have to figure out that football's a contact sport
and you have to hit and get hit to play the game."
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bunmess . new $10 850-557-8077 cushions for DR chairs ber Track Skid Steer w/frame $75 OBO 850- Ful time Optical to good home. (850) planters, 4 row. mount- Up, Ion '
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'i nstinmenis Infant toys, nice,clean -Forrestry Package, 1000 -- Looking for friendly,KMC 4 row ripper w/ hmes
$30 850-569-2770 Antique Dish Hutch, hours, $48,000; Tires, set of 4, 225 17" energetic detail on- lift assist wheel and .. .. HENTe
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&14Jew, $45y'850-56e9-27 850-257-6774 Chipper with Hyd. Feed, 850-592-2053 ed team player w/ gal. nurse tank mount-
new, $45 850-569-27 exc. condo, less than 100 TprexcNverwBt P si l eedlon tamdem trailer.
SLg. car seat excellent Antique Dresser Drawer hours, $10,800; Convertible Windsopil tn. Peknese Pus 334-790-5077
cond.$4 85057-8077 w/mirror $150 0BO 2002 Komatsu WB140 o n Mail resume to the PekapoV'sCwks, shots -
$4 -- 7 850-257-6774 Extendahoe, 4x4, 4-in-1 and Velour Dash Topper Jacksdn County $250 & $300 334-803- It's as
Miscarriage sale All hroecraft Butcher Loader, air cond., 1483 $100,850-579-4945 Floridan, P.O.Box 0643 t aS
ANNitems / rice: Unisex block dinette set w/4 hours, must see to ap- Wheelchair $55 Mariann0, FL 32447. Ao5, S lN A reE R FOR
Boppy pillow (It green chairs, $100 850-482- preciate, $44,000; 850-482-8347 E Found: Small white dog
3641 or 850.272-3234 Bobcat 753 Skid Steer EOE. on Hwy 90E 850-482- 123
ea-pod babies 46HP Perkins Diesel, Wood Desk $100 4745,or 850-508-2221 Edgewood Apts Furn 1
Electronic dual breast Dark wood shelf unit, $9,800. Call 334-894- 850-482-8347 1. Call BR duplex apts. Free
A ] Psump w/ acces.5 un- 54x4$25850-482-4676 2315 HELP WANTED Free to good home: Bul- laundry duplex ats Free
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investigate the back bottle warmer. All for Sofas RMSCELLANEOUS MUSICAL Pay Based on .3. GET RESULTS cYou Name It..!
ground of any company Experiance Free to good homeclassified Has It
BEFORE paying a fee. $120: 850-272-0110 850-638-3611 Aerdale/shitzu mix
Proceed with caution if -- Ottomans 2pc Baby blue formal Antique Upright'Piano puppy, house broken 2 Lilliston Peanut
you are asked to send Wedding dress: Worn dress, sz 18 WP,$35 $100 850-209-9009 850-526-8016 Combines 1580 & 1500, Agricuural C
"900" numbers. beaded straps & bust, Loveseats Electri wagons3774-124. MUSthavea
All numbers prefixed-by decorative buttons 55 gallon fish tank W/Amp & Acce. $200. COTrONDALE -Mu orveq
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"900" are charged to down the back. sz 10. w/stand & pump, good New Condition, -seeking to hire a 4425 Combine Bot diploma or eq
calls o ute $200. Med-length vei cond. $250 85009-0105 Daniel 850-394-7479 MAINTENANCE Heads9004 P-Nut FL drivers license
or per-call basis. Some w/same beading: $25. Spinette Piano, $200 TECHNICIAN I Cockatiels, Lovebirds & Combine 6-Peerless P* agement and m
of hee ca r to Call 850-272-0110 Sell it n Custom made Curtains, 20 TECHNParakeets: HAND FED Nut Wagons 7 Peerless gunddesired
S numbers outside of the the Classifieds! 82x84 pink blue,wood 850592-2588 Job qualifications prices vary Call 850- dryers, KMC four row
United States & expen- cornice 84" cascades, and application 569-2859 shaker 334-266-5907 or experience an
sivee international rates CwOTb kG w rac'k swags $80 8505692770may bepicked up myeik_ __ 334-355-2883 general buildil
sivare charged to youres CLOTH a 0 atthe City Hall, a par
phone bill. student right arm', Franklin Chef Vertisse- fo Ford '00 Tractor, 5 ft. and repair in
THIS PUBLICATION 2 Formaldresses like $95. 850 5.6-3365 rie, exc.,cond. $20 850- 7, : M0nday- friday .ushnog 6ft. bo electrical, pain
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makes every effort to new 1 Champagne col- Mattress and box 482-8925 F ull -te 69,ront Stree '" WOblade.5100. Call 334- carpentry skill
list the charges for the or 1 light blue,14-16, springs, queen size, Helpi wanted Cottndale. Ft. 7 the operation
reou have anemeb $150/ea 850-526-4174 $100, 850-352-4046 pRme s E i Ford 2000 Tractor, gas, maintenance
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toos to be & 34/36 $30/box Recliner, blue leather FREED- returned by ,unmas new paint many newin
S it & x like new, $85 850-557- pmon parts, 334 29 3102 mowersand
probably is! Your Better 850-557-5252 2901. CLASSIFIED d. 3October 102008 Gandy4ownectcde n I
Business Bureau is of press Pants, slacks & A .. ADS: boe t EOE/AhA ee ir applcator w/double
excellent source of jeans, W omens Size 12, Q 4 AR AG E i 3 bo xs for two chem i- ery is desired m
information. $1 a pair, 850-693-0809 AUNDERR $200 ,B cals mounted on tool ,ing with catt
334-792-3804 -L ES MERCHANDISE ONLY ] bar. Good condition. I I o th cattl
1-800-824-5274 Ladies dresses/clothes SALE MERCHANDIS ONLbarGood condton other livestock
S10/12 $30/box 850 .RIVERS preferred. Music
557-5252 ToVisit Visited LET US HELP John Deere EzTrak, 445 supervise State
,4 ,, [ COMPUTERS/ [ 1 0 YOU CLEAN verrainees Doctors Office: E Turn LawnMower,23 six months of
.COMPUTE.,CEn.OR.S . OUTTHAT needed, No CDL? No Back & Front Of-, 12ft hay mower, show room clean, Must be bonda
l ci-bla g ACCESSORES GARAGE, Problem!Earnupto f ce: Computer Reduced to $10,900, $3850,334726-4780 handlefun
aco ec0b.es. Computer E s/$900/wk.Home &. ..Optical ExPe 850-866-2774$18,07
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autnoR tnnonrer15 Plus sizes-furture SPAREROOM Company endorsed 850-526-3937 2002JohnDeere9970 ODUC EC
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APPLIANCES ..55 your 12 gauge break ac- '800-779-2557 FL Dept. of 850-482-4057 Substance Abuse Mechanic, dies
Trea5r,,I.. e tion shotgun. $100850- FAX: 850-4824478 Agriculture
mer,ileagec. 692194. P.O. BOX 520 & CS OPS Peanut Free togood home:Counselor must;oranyeq
Cooktop with grill. GE folds up, portable, $150 MARIANNA, FL 32447 Inspection posi- kitten, F, grey w/blue tion of training
down-draft, $200, 850-483145 HEALTH/ classifieds@jc tons. Aply eyes. 850-526-8016 We are looking for a counselor provides the req
850-482-2356 or850- Typwriter, Smith oro- EQUIPMENT floridancom 5312 Cliff Free to good home who wants to make a difference skills and ability
272-5149 vna Electric, $25, 334- -- FSweet gray tabby kit in the lives of OUrClientS. valid FL class B
Refrigerator w/ice 693-0809 Life Gear inversion Ta- Lg above ground swim- EEO/AA ten (M) r duties include Endor(850)263-2355sement d
make, Whirlpool, great ble $99 OBO ask for wng pool, needs lier EEO/AA ten (M) It trained Counselor duties include Endorsement di
wgrea co EXERCISE Cr8 -87609. $200 8505937 850482-2994. prog Su us Or to mply2m2e6i
Wood Entertainment pQUPE 9-1-1 ADDRESS TECHNICIAN psychosocial evaluation,.
$75850-5s7r-2 01 Powerhouse Fitness EARN EXTRA Must have a high school diploma treatment planning, individual
system w/200 bsof 0-209- or G.E.D. supplemented by course and group counseling. CARE is Must be a high!
9009ehts$12585209" A work in Geography Information one of Florida's leading or its equivalei
SAUCTIONS System Management or a closely substance abuse agencies, and years of exp. in
ab l, uction.comI F I related field. Must be able to we have been providing services heavy motor;
abalauction.com-FIREWOOD demonstrate experience in the to our community for over 30 or any equivale
l oun WA Free Fl You pick AS A use of computers including years and-we have an opening at of training an
po onW -line bidding Free Firewood. You pick WinXP, VISTA, CAD/GIS and ata our Jackson County office. which provide
now! Live Auction Oct. "Up.850-482-449 1 'NEWSPAPER CAIRRIER base software Must have a valid Potential counselors must have knowledge, skill
base sotrive.'seinc Must havenavalidbs.shave aknwueuhveanil
16 sP-Lo-ol s Fl/Deliveries between FL driver's license prior to strong counseling skills, and the Must have
BABY ITEM / HOUSEHOLD employment. Starting salary abilityto communicate and CDL prior to
rIT I] hhouse1:00 am & 6:00 am. $18,074.00/yr. document substance abuse Starting Salar
FURNITURE, 3c Beicn nouse rurn. Must have dependable treatment modalities. Bachelors
Baby bassinet, used bl erattan w/gla& top transportation, valid car Submit Jackson County degree required; Masters degree Submit Jack
but in great shape: $40 $149 850-592-8769. insurance & drivers license, employment application to: preferred. Salary range-$26,627 employment
850-272-0110 5 Piece Dbl bedroom Human Resources Dept., $33,075 D.O.E. + FULL BENEFITS Human Reso
Cradle Set, used, white -set w/boxspring & ma- Come by and fill out an 2864 Madison St. Marianna, FL PACKAGE. Send resume and www.jackson
eyelet, $15, 334-693- tress, $125850-482- application at the 32448 PH: (850482-9633 cover letter to CARE, 2864 Madison S
0809 4676 Jackson County Floridan www.iacksoncontn hr.orAttn:0 elbertHorton, 32448 PH (8
TERMINIX PEST CONTROL 4403 onstitution Lane Drug-Free Worlace/EOE/ Panama City, FL 32404 DRUG FREE
Immediate openings: Sales/Home inspector Marianna, Florida V.Pref/ADA/AA EEO/DFWP/Drug Screening EOE/VET/PI
positions (experience required) $24.to.$64,000
potential. Quincy area preferred. Administra-
tor. Customer service, phone & computer
skills required. Medical, 401K and other
benefits. Call 850-482-7451
REDUCED TO $77,900
3 /2 Custom built DWMH w/ covered
patio & screened porch on beautiful
2.3 AC near Malone. Pole barn, dbl
carport with storage bldg. NO
REALTORS PLEASE 850-569-2555 (Iv
NEEDS AT ONCE:
a newspaper carrier
for the following area in
Earn up to
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BE YOUR OWN BOSS!
Early morning hours. Must have
minimum liability insurance &
valid driver's license.
Come by and fill out an
'application at the
Jackson County Floridan,
4403 Constitution Lane,
Marianna, FL or call
and ask for JOE
Furni.hed I or 2 BR. APt
Or MH. cable., eilclrc.
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2 &3BR APARTMENTS &
MOBILE HOMES FOR
2BR/1.5BA Apt in town,
$595/mo $300 damage
dep. No pets. (850) 482-
2BR/1BA apartment in
town; $450/moth +
Dep. No Pets! (850) 573-
d competency in
ting and general
s. Experience in
ent and machin-
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and animals is
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it, including or
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el experience a
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ies. Must have a
CDL with Hazmat
rivers license pri-
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nt and have 3+
the operation of
s the required
lls and abilities.
a valid class B
t, Marianna, FL
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2BR Apartment for rent M RCCLE.S Fisher 2008 1754, 40HP Montana 02' 5th wheel I -. Monoco Knight '06,
in Greenwood, 450/mo. r i 4 stroke mercury, ta- camper, 32.5 ft. 2 slides, Save $25K or more.
850-326-1772 __ OtO O chometer humming- mounted space heater, Diesel, 4 slides, 4300 mi,
ftlraver Lr-hele ,L bird 565, live well, bilge new 4000 Onan many upgrades
Affordable HUD homes! QUrPMNT pump, $11,200 334-798- generator w/inside re- $159,700. 850-866-2774 -
5 BR from $278/mo! 'srorS 0010mote, $25k 080, 850- *
Must see (4% dwn, 30-, 593-6946 Holiday Rambler'02,
yrs@8%apr)For Listing Chaparral '84 198XL 185 593-6946diesel pusher, 2 slides,
Call 800-570-8898 x 1774 Evinrude with trailer Maco '06 5th wheel outside ent. center,
0 $3500. 334-693-9360 w/slideout, used lyr by loads of extras, no
S OMM non-smoker, can be '95 Westport by Fleet- smoke, no pets, 38K
13 M~JR T ~ _seen at 2469 El Bethel wood, 34'2 slides, rear mi., Must Sell! $68,500
SOPRT/RE BOATS/MOTORS ---- Church Rd. GR. $19K kitchen, hardwood OBO, (850) 638-7920 or HARLEY DAVIDSON -
I' .- 850-593-6058 floors, good condition, 850-596-8475 '04 Road King. 5680
Business Office Space TrAin $14,000 687-2684, 334- miles, Excellent
1000 SF, Kitchenette, Keystone Hornet'03, 27 703-0125 Fourwinds'08 Chateau mnle etterthan
Bathroom, $850/mo. Triton 2005 1753 Crap- ft, no smoke/pets, very Sport Class C, 28 ft. C n etra
util. incl. 526-3668 pie, mercury 60HP, 4 Chaparral 210 SSI '05 clean, has a super slide, 2007 19ft. Pilgrim Lite Workhorse Chassis 6.0L new, Lot of extras
stroke front & rear live Yellow260hp, bimini below wholesale $7900 Travel Trailer, like new, Vortec. 5578K mi. no $14,100 oboCal 334-
HOUsES/RENT wells, and bait well, lots top, galvanized trailer, 561-758-7484(Altha,FL) asking $10,000, Call outs non-smoker and 333-6108.
of storage, fully custom cover, garage Jayco 2001 pop up (334) 677-3827 pet free. $55,000 obo
UNFURNISHED quipped. $12,500 OBO stored only o camper, sleeps as 2006custom parkmod- Reduced334 -522-3652
1 850-547-3484 after 6PM many extras. Like new. or electric fridge, heat- el LogCabinused 3
pets/smoking $500/mo Triton '8, 18 ft. Explor- $25,900,334-47-3883 /cooling system. awn- months perfect for lake Fleetwood 2002 Discov-
+ dep. Stacey Borges er w/115 HP Mercury Boston Whaler '73, re- ing. $4800 334-794-7103 lot, hunting cabin or ery 39ft, 2 slides, 330
Realtor 850-573-1990 Optimax. 71 pound mo- stored, 13 foot sport Jayco "08" Eagle 5th mother in raw suite on HP diesel, very nice
tor guide, 480 GPS/fish with 2000 40 HP Mercu- wheel, 291RLTS, 3 your lot, ready to move. $85,000 334-618-8457
3/1 $600/mo. st/last- finder, stainless steel ry motor. $4,900 OBO. slides, With covers, $33,900. O80 (251)654-
/$250 Dep. 850-592- prop. Ready to fish 334-714-2419 electric awnin $35K, 5586 Damon Intruder 0' Harley Davidson '05
55713 34-7-46 Gulf Straor Cavi- 35 ft. Class A design- Electra Glide Ultra Clas-
____ 1,80 3-745 12f a0 fr.IrV-1av0, i- 27,917K 2 sic, Red/Black, Loaded,
3BR/2.SBA house for 334-790-1346.A sons 334-791-4192 lar Pkmdl, 31'L, sleeps slides, 2 AC, 2 TV's, Great condw $18,000,
rent in Graceville area. Tiara 00350 Open, aco03 camper 34ft 6, excellent condition. de sdefriw/ 8000
References req.334- twin diesel engine, 2 o s cmper, Full stand up shower. side beside frig / 3343899889
445-2441. mat kitchen ba u Like new on rented lot $6,000.334-237-1039 Towing pkg. $39,500.
3BR/2BA Foreclosed point slip free. $155,000 with water front view .i 334-696-4746. .
home! Only $33,900! 850-258-9917 Lake Eufaula $19,000
Must Sell! For listings OBO 334-793-0021. Damon '99 Daybreak, .-'
800-570-8898 ext. 5366 SWEETWATER '94, 20ft. Gulfstream '03 26' Fifth 34ft, 15,471k miles, AC,
Grand Ridge: 2/1 Pontoon Boat, w/trai- 20 Wheel w/ slide out, I3t w te CSr76 1 slide awning queen.
Dep 850 -592-5571 03 BAYLINER'05185BR, in- 334-726-2186. room slide Great cond
/Dep. 850-592-5071 x775- $8 0 4 board, white / blue, Au- $ mle.Gret70 n2, 00 229-723-6612
Nice 3/1 on 1 ac, hard- to. 6-cyl. 200 hours, Forest River Surveyor $13000, 334-702-8267,arley Davidson'0
wood floors, C/A, stove, Loaded, MP3, AM/FM, 0630ft. Travel Trailer, leave a message. Concord Coachman'05 Harley Davidson'06
Motor H omeM, 236 long Screaming Eagle VROD,
refrigerator, $695/mo runs well, very clean, sef-contained, sleeps .1995 Shasta Travel 2700mi Take over23' long Red, 7K m, warranty,
850- 26-3355 -7." Great cond. $13,900, 8, excellent cond., Trailer, 22 ft., sleeps 4, ments.850-593-510ay- $18,000. Call 334-714-
Secluded 2/1 in Marian- 334-709-4298. 16995, 334792-5151 or $5500, Call (334) 794- m5s 1 5940.
na, very pleasant, C/A, BassTracker '08 pan- 64K mi. Excel2921 r lent cond. Harley Davidson '06
stove, refrigerator fish, stick steer, 50 HP 334-721079 Sportter Custom, Red,
$579/mo 850- 52863355 mercu lke newe Tavel $25,000.334-792-1079.._
$57$/mo 850-1526-3355 mercury, likenew. 1 Trailer 211A ft. Fully self 7,800 miles. Great con-
$10,800334-794-4429_ contained, Used once. 28 ft. Allegro, well edition. $9,500 obo. 334-
Very nice 2 BR SPORTSCRAFT'70, 30- Pd $13,400, asking $10k maintained, new tires, 796-8377.
hou on Hw 90 ft, 440 Chyr. engine, 850-579-2217. fully loaded, new paint,
E, appL & lease good condition, $5,000 indoor kept. $12,500..
Sew/ 080 334-687-4634 Call 334-792-8018 or
r. a- MOTOR 334-792-8827 ELL
h. 6/m.. SILVER UEEN'70 HOMES 3HARLEY DAVIDSON '08
S20d .N esahFeto crin 06,Fa Bob PalBle6
spd. 2000 miles excel-
S lent condition, lots of
extras, 2YR warranty,
$14,500 00. Call 334-
Harley Davidson '08
7 Four Winds Class Road King. Crimson
1 ft, A/C, stove, mi- Red, 6-spd. 675 miles,
wave, fridge, sofa,, excellent condition.
ette. $24,900. Call warranty, $19,500. Call
[ ATVs [ ATVs UMO
Honda '05 Foreman 500, Kawaski '07 Mean
red, warn wench 2.5 ton Streak Special Edition. .ljM]
luggage rack, mirrors, Under 500 miles. Extras -
thumb bar. like new, included, $8,000. Call -
need to see. $4,195 334- 334-899-4247
684-2080. Polaris'00 4-Wheeler,
4 wheel drive, ',;' ..
334-794-2398 '86 Corvette Red Only
POLARIS '05 Hawkeye, 103k with Red/Black
GREEN/BLK, Auto.4 Ithr, AT Entirely new
WD.$3000.334-762-2707 AC/ PW&L Garage Kept
Polars ----ut---$7400 or OBO.596-0157
y Polaris'07 Outlaw
500cc, great cond. 15 Classified
HONDA '05 VTX 1300, minus hrs. $3,500. Call Advertising...
RED, 5000 miles, war- 334-389-7073 Can't Be Beat!
ranty, Great cond.
garage kept, $6,200, Polaris 90cc '06, green, L O O K
334-774-6779. Great cond. $1,650. Call | I
-: ( Road Star'01 1600, Acura '92 Integra, 5spd,
dressed out, 12K miles, Black, CD.Runs well. Re-
; ... $6500,or trade for ski built motor, sunroof.
boat. 334-790-4360 Great cond. 2,000 obo.
Brand new 26" rims,
Sportster '06 883 Low. chrome w/black 3,800
Motorcycle. Black, 490 334-671-1607.
mi., excellent condition.
Honda '06 250 Rebel, Loaded, 6200 0BO. Call BMW '04 330CI, conv.,
Motorcycle. Like new. 334-255-3165 or 334- black, w/black int.,
$2,800,334-498-3918. 255-2920. nav., system, call for
more info. $28500 OBO
Honda'06 Rebel 250 SUNF 2008 50CC,. 229-308-1493
good cond. $1500. moped, street legal.
334-803-5665. $800 334-793-5248 BMW '04 Sedan Md#
525i Silver, 28,775K mi.,
Suiski '06 Bouleverd AT/ 6sp. Garaged, exc.
Honda '06 Rebel, 800, 750 mi. like new cond. $30,500. 334-803-
white, Motorcycle. $5,800. 334-618-2542. 9276 or 334-393-5829
560p dow-ciles, very SUZUKI 05 Boulevard Bonneville '05 GXP,
clean, Like new. $4500 North Star V8 engine,
$2400, 334-677 334-805-4760. Metalic grey;50K miles
1137 or 334-701-1086. Triumph '73 chopper, $18,500 850-209-1087
custom built in Miami
HONDA '06 VTX 1300 C nice bike, lots of .
Cruiser, 1,700 miles, chrome, runs good
black & chrome, Vance $3,500. 334-984-2044
and Hines custom ex- ., ,
haust, $8,500 OBO 334- ,
Honda'07 750 CC: 4 yr. Cadillac '04 CTS in mint
maintenance & 5 yr, condition with transfer-
warranty included. Ask- able warranty $16,500.
ing Payoff! 850-573-40
2692 "9 334-740"91551
VERUCCI '05 50CC, 4 Cadillac '06 DTS GM,
Honda '07 750 CC. 4 yr. stroke, 120 MPG plus 45 fully loaded, 31,500 mi.
maintenance & 5 yr. MPH, Sportster replica Immaculate condition.
warranty included. Ask- $1,200 34-355-1339 be- $24,500850-592-2773
ing Payoff! 850-573- for 6 PM$ ,2450 85-592-2773
2692 Victor Cadillac'93 Allante
Victory 1999 1500, 5K Convertible, red, beige
Honda'80 Hawk 400 American made bike leather excellent. 71k
Motorcycle $800 850- $6000 Firm 334-618- miles $13,900 334-449-
209-9009 8457 2823 or 334-723-3037
.-. ,.- .' You Name It.. Cadillac '96 Fleetwood,
Classified Has It!!! Broutgham Edition, 22"
rims, exc. cond., 78K
YAMAHA'02 Banshee mi., asking $6400 OBO,
$2,500 0BO 334-355- Call (334) 379-5118
Scnntr An m I mi -
SS SELL green, lots of extras,
L extended swing arm,
S Harley Davidson loaded, like new. $6500
S'08 Road King OBO 334-790-0028
6-spd. 675 miles, KAWASAKI -'03 Vulcan
Pace Arrow 37 C, excellent condi- 1500 Classic. Never laid
rk Horse Chassis. ion. warranty, down, 19,000 miles, ex-
, loaded, 3 slides, 99 334-618-9828. cellent condition. Load-
car, $93,000, Call ed, $7,500. 334-702-7775
4) 618-0717 if no answer, leave
HD '02 Fat Boy. Motor- message.
MOTORCYCLES/ cycle. Custom, 8500 mi., .
ATVs exc. condition. Loaded, .
$12,000 OB0. Call 334-
V-STAR 1100, 12K 255-3165.
es, lots of chrome, 2 HD'03 1200 Sportster,
mets, $4,500 229- 100th Anniv Ed, w/ s
-7489 shield, bags, Tandem
Classifieds.. seat w/backrest, 7500
See what it's all miles. Exc. cond. $5500, Kawasaki '04 Ninja,
about! "334-449-0015. blue, low miles, Like
aout new. 2700, obo, 334-
5 CRP 150 F Honda, HD '06 Heritage'Softtail 983-6264.
d condition, very Classic. White, 5-spd.,
mileage, $2,000 1700 mi., excellent con- .
3275 or 850-625- edition. $16,500. Call 334-
ley'061200 Sports- Honda'03 VTX 1800
white, dyna fender, Black, Motorcycle. Gar-
eaming Eagle pipes. age kept with approx
* cond. 6100 mi. 2000 miles. Showroom
90 obo, 334-726- condition. Backrest/ '-, -
1, luggage rack w / bag,
quick detach wind- Kawasaki '06 ZX-10R,
ley '07 Fat Boy, vivid shield. $8700,334-445- Black, Motorcycle. 3200
ck, less than 400 6933. miles, runs well, low
es, $17,500 OBO, miles, Great cond.,
791-0891 HONDA'04 Rancher ES, $7000, 334-687-8624.
low miles. Great cond.
ley Davidson '00 $3500.334-692-4120. Kawasaki '81
itage softtail twin K2750LTD-H2.Needs
m, blue & silver, rd Honda '06 CRF230. work, good parts bike.
o, lots of extras, $2200. 334-618-3234 or 13671 mi., $700 obo -
000. 334-671-4281. 334-671-5790 cash. 334-393-1735
125mpg, Windshield &
cond. $1600. 850-352-
Yamaha '06 RI 3,500K
mi. Garage kept with
upgrades. $8,000, OBO Chevrolet '03 Tahoe
334-239-0055 LT. SUV. Black Auto.
8-cyl. 2 WD. 78,000,
Yamaha 2003 YZ125,2 excellent condition.
stroke, pro circuit pipe Loaded, CD, AC,
great condition. $3400 AM/FM, stereo, new
334-726-3842 tires, leather int.
Yamaha 2005 Raptor very clean, $16,400.
660, extras, low hours, Call 334-790-5685.
$4000.334-677-3 __ Chevy '03 Z06 Corvette,
Excellent cond. 35K mi,
SChevy '04 Cavalier low
" .*Av.S IQ miles, great corid.
pz *r s r $7,000 850-762-3370
u c snuraie CHEVY '06 Maiibu, 4DR,
Ln U r-apce glow miles, Joaded
r-- IIPTRII' I $10,000 334-687-4571
t, ~Chevy '32 Original body
& frame, 350 engine, AT
rans., extras! Must see
to appreciate! Serious
Inq. only. $20,000 obo.
AUTOMOBILES CHErv 84 Step Side.
$500 Cars from $500!
Police Impounds for Chevy '90 Corvette Con-
sale! For listings vertible, black,ok cond.,
800-570-8736 x 2802 low mi., $6,900 obo. Call
Audi'03 A6 power I 334-793-6997
everything, new tires, Chevy '94 Caprice
excellent condition, w/LT1 posi rear end
64,500 mi., $16,700 OB0. Station wagon. Auto
334-983-4446 $1,800. 334-696- 8019.
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526-8367 Aquasport 2000, 23', Kitchen, bath,
Ranger'89 bass boat w/200 Johnson Ocean ramps. $14K. Call Blake- ; 0
370-V w/ 94 Mercury Runner, Great condi- ly, 229-723-5958.
S, MOBLEI 150hp Trollin motor tion. $13,000. Please Fleetwood Prowler '04 "- 4
OM /RET depth finders, 334-791-2609 5th wheel, 25 ft, bunk-
$5250.334Aluminum fishing house, 1 owner, no 199
iBR MH Partially furn, Pontoon Boat, 2007, boat, 25HP motor, trai- pets/smoker, like new, .- C, 3
$300/mo or sell for used 5 times. Fisher 18 er, trolling motor, fish gas/elec H20 heater, Winnebego a '99 Brave cro
$1700 cash. 850-718- ft., 4 stroke 60 Mercury. locator. $3000 334-671- $15,200 850-557-1731 35-C, 35',iving rm, dini
7330 Bottom paint, PS, pd. 2998 FLEETWOOD '05 Prowl- slide, 35k mi., Alcoa 34
S$18,500, sell $12,500. '00lat 18' er AX6, fifth wheel, 36ft, wheels, new tires, gen.,
2/1 mobile home. $300 334-794-3063 Alumacraft'00 Flats, 18' 4 slides, face, large jacks
mo., Marianna, Hwy 71 90 HP Johnson, trolling s e f a a, $33,500 obo, 522-
& 1-10.850-526-3827 Pontoon 20 ft. w/75hp motor, depth finder, s sr, 30/s mp. A 3564
BRM o ttonn- ~motor, new trailer, exc.. live well, bimini top, 34672
2 & 3 BR MH, Cotton- cond. $5,500. 334-678- marine radio. $6,000. 334-687-2994
dale. http://www. char- 2349. 229-723-5969 or 229-
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2 & 3 BR MH. Water- ,R-VISION'. .Trail-Li tow
/Garb/Sewage Inc. NO ... R-VISION 86 Trail-Lite (33i
PETS! (850) 592-8129. Fleetwood '00 26ft fully loaded low
Moomba'06 Outback V, Prowler Camper, mileage like new! In- 1
2 & 3BR Mobile Homes V-8 Indmar assault 325, Ig. slide out, 38', 2BR, clude's navigation sys-
for Rent in Cottondale. mtr w/120 hrs. equip. Great cond., $10,500, tern. Priced at $62,500
$350 & up Call 850-557- w/ hydraulic wake '95 Hunter 23.5 sailer Call 229-308-1168. O80 334-616-6508 to U
5057 /plate, ballast system, w/trailer, '03 hp Hon see'03
-wake board towerC- da,2much2 list, $10k mile
2BR/IBA, Furn., clean D/sondtem ect., OBO, Call 334-806-2822. 00.Coleman '82 Ppu...
deep well, wooded area $26,000 0BO, 334-432- '89 BASS BOAT7ft fi- 7095 334
Private drive. No pets. 0890 89 berglass w/88HP John- 7095 334
850-482-4172 berglass w/88HP John- a
2BR/BA MH in Aford; Mastercraft'88 17ft, 75 son motor, runs great! CLASSIFIEDS ,
2BR/1BA MH in Alford; ercury live-welli w/trailer $2,100 OBO We're Working For '
$350 plus deposit, depth fish finder, foot 334-695-2194 .You!!
850-579-4622 or 573 control trolling motor. -Coachman'99 Royale, 2005
2498/57-_1851 $4000. 334-805-0119 36ft with 2 large slide RIVERSIDE '05 ADVEN- po
2BR2BAAlIelec.,CH/Ao outs, queen bed, sleeps TURE travel trailer. 33 Iow
2BR 1BA All ceoonale., CH/A Marquis '77 w/1990 re- 4,2 AC units, TV. On a ft Large slide-out. 687-
NW e 4c de built 90 HP motor, rental lot on Seminole, Sleeps9. Great condi- 396
N pets, $400+ dep. tr can stay or move. tion. $16K. Must see. Hart
ef H F5- 2 10 i finder. $3,000 obo. 334- 13,500. 334-678-7551 Call Bob 334-445-6400. t
2BR MH FOR RENT in 475-3272-'..; M ..- ter,
Cypress; $320/mo. No 98 Coachman Santa- REDUCED* Scri
pets/ smoking.Ref. Req. ra, 35Sft. 23,000 miles, '03 Class A Monoco La u ,
(850)685-2353 86' BAYLINER 29ft. Vol- 7KW generator, 2 en- Palma. 2 slides. 1 781!
3/ 2 C H/A$450-$500 vo 260 eng., fully loaded tries, ducted CH/A, bath. Loaded! Incl. car
per month, C'dale. No w/trailer, low hours hydraulic levelers, dolley & all furnishings Harl
pets 850-638-1171 $12,500 OBO 687-8169, rear queens, sleeps (dishes, towels, etc.) black
pets. 6381171 334-703-3138 6, leather power cap- $75K. 334-790-3480. mile
3/2 Cottondale water, 34 ft. House Boat, tains chairs, base- 334-
garb, bug spray. $550/ Mako'97 Model 91-19', Sleeps 6, god cnd. meant model, great PRICE REDUCED
ma. (lease)+ $550 sec. 150 HP Mercury live asking $12,000 OBO, shape, all manuals Lexington '06 29,t,3 Har.
No Pets. 850-352-4869. well, Bile pump, $9,000 Call 334-792-1079 or service records, slides, full body paint Heri
e3BR/2BA MH in Sneads Bilpump, trade 9,000.Call 334-718-9054 $32,000. 850-762- 11K miles, like new. cam
3BR/2BA MHinSneads O WiI trade.Call 334-718-9054 3865 .$55,000 firm. More info radi
& Marianna. Call 334-718-1550 2004 90 hp Mercu 334-703-2500 $12,
Mon Fri after 4p Mako 77 center con- Out board $3750. firm
(850) 593-4452. sole, 20ft, 200HP evin- also 9.9 HP Evinrude
Cottondale, 3/2, '99 MH rude, excellent shape, $650. 334-774-3165 or -
on 1 acre, near ball $6000obo, 334-585-6689 334-791-7208
ark $650/mo. 850- Laten '03 Camper Trail- 2001 17 Glastron
79849 -- er w/slide. 30 ft. Fully SX170,90 HP Johnson,
LG 3BR/2BA, Clean/ self contained. $6900 Aluminum trailer, great I T K
quiet parkinMarianna. OBO, 334-687-4503 shape, $7500, Call 334- .
N pets! $525 + Dep. Javin 16 foot boat, 90 677-4912 '
850-718-6641,. HP Johnson. $3500 334- o: 'b t
7.97-0309 334- Yahoo! HotJobs
MH lots avail & some
MH when avai Blue Javelin '94' Bass boat S t b ong yo1u
Springs MH Park, 377A 150Ofast strike, trce
"SLMy vaia~ue i ot forces to bring you
Marianna. Water/s- trailer. $4750 334-596-
ewage/garb,/ lawn 1694 .
incl. 850-482-460 Javelin '00 Renegade .
20ft, n 225 Johnson, 821b 1998 16 ft. Express Bass ..-
I OEBLE thrust trolling motor Boat 50 hp Yamaha; ..... .
.1 H SEALE 5 ,m ga rag
HOME/SALE 1334-596-1694 kept. Great cond. $7000 .., .*
SREAL ESTATE 334-714-4882 1 'C, I05-0818
3/1.5, W/D CH/A Jason1986 bass boat Bot.-
waterlawn garbincl. 110 Johnson motor, Classifieds have what full
lst/last/sec Call 850- gaage kept good con you are looking for. ,
352-2897. ion $4500 0 334- 16ft, 1974 Glastron w/ .^ "
794 5511 /334-798-5936 199870g HP Tohatsu, 1
SUNIAN runs great, $ 300, Call
DERAL ES N. 334-714-82
'01 Boston Whaler A
3 NEW HOMES mercury motor, full
UNDER17S k NEAR i t DE ti p electronics, $22,00o
EASY TO QUALIFY new loaded, wetslip
FOR NO DOWN valuable, in Pot S prower9 5th wheel
PAYMENT & NO Joe FL glassstreat weekend 2ft irfull w ath. Queen,
CASH NEEDED etwaymar taner motor 91 cabinets, exc onded with
TOm 6 oel. n 5 pot trauetll new hitch. $9500 334-
CALL JAMES Msg 8
e G Sandpiper"06, 5th
GRANT wheel, 3 slides, Retail
850526er367'OR 9819 $29K. Wholesale $25K.
6-3650 mar selingf0095 r 334$21K-6850-
e0- 5" $ 3- 866-2468 or 850-896-
PRICED TO SELL f3377461 41
UNDER 200K Prowler '98200 5th Wheel, M
-_ 31 ft. living & dining
Glassstream '84 Hy- slide, full bath. Queen,
draBass 15 V, w/ 80 hp bed. end kitchen/oak
mariners motor 91 cabinets, exc. cond.
model. 45 pt trolling $0,500. 334-791-1783
botrmp c motor. Green, runs well, Prowler 34,d li
very clean, Great cond. er3ft, 2 slides,
$3800. OBO.850-573- bumperpool, sitting on
6222. lot in Eufaula with boat
shed. Call for details.
Gambler'98 19 foot $15,000 FIRM. 334-798-
bass boat, 150 HP marl- 0895 or 334-685-7742
ner, gambler trailer,
like new. $8200. 334- Outback '631 RQS
792-2458 Loaded $16,900 0OBO0
FSBO New 4303 sqft 334-618-45801.
4BR, 3.5 bath. $429,000.
Full info @ www.inf- Nash 2004 5th wheel M-
otube.net #195636L. 24-53, 1 slide, impres-
sive condition and -l d
VACATION ,a o available for total ,
-,NA travel package, let's
CTIO; di. scussprice.n334-701-seSilver-
2/1,watef Yamaha mtr appr 10hrs Montana 2005 5th
boat ramp/dock. Loaded, Like new. Gal- Wheel, 4 slides, king9
Wly/mon. rates vanized trlr. 6 mo old, bed, excellent condi-
'850-63 -7 I Looks new. $14,900 obo tion. $34,500 OBO 850-
334-793-7782, 796-5056. 547-2808
SI Vv97 cump truck,
5. V 64. l ,. a-Ie, 16'bbody.
-T. ., ai R wing barn ..
di:.r.1 S4 1). 00OB0 334- I
T 685 272. JJ34-671-7632
Ford'96 Thunderbird, Pontiac '01 Grand AM, r i. -- I76T h ,
White V6 $2400 334- Red, 4DR AC, AT, C.D., PARTS
793-9020 or 334-794- AM/FM. Real Clean! ACCESISORIES
6234 $3,500. 334-792-7814 "
Geo '93 Metro, 3 cly 2 Pontiac '06 GTO, 6.0 '06 model 24' Car haul-
dr hatchback, new tires 400HP 24,000 miles,' er, like new, $5000 850-
$1500 850-547-5292 black in/out, one owner 526-3911/573-9437 'AutoInmotve
GM 75 El Dorado, fully $26,000,850-352- Camper shell, one yr.
restored, $10,000. 229- 3752/850-557-6666 old. Fits F-150 '99,
334-8719 Pontiac '07 G6,4 cyl. Black, Like new. $600.
Honda "03 Accord, silver, 4 door, 14K mi., Call 334-347-2717. |
coupe, sunroof, leather w/ cruise, $13,900, Fiberglass Topper Cov-
seats, 75K miles. 14,000 (334) 445-6302, er for truck bed (Green)
850-685-5542 (Troy) (334)733-0579 $200 850-209-9009
Hoda'03 CivicEX Need a New Home?
SCoupe, red, 5-speed, 7,f. -,. Check out / ice
751k, miles, $8,800. 0BO the Classifieds e
334-714-4029. Vestil, new 6'X30' pro-
table ramp for sale or SWft
2 longterm lease. $9,500.
~ Black, Conv. Auto.6-cyl. Yamaha'01-05 FZl
15,400, Loaded, leather. Stock Carbon Fiber Pipe2 5
Like new. $22,500,' $200 334-618-6107.b F r
334-886-2399. PICK-UP --.
Honda '06CivicEx, si- FIND TRUCKS
er, 2 dr., auto, 44K mi. IT 1
38 mpg, all power. Ask- FAST
pay-off$15,000. IN THE CLASSIFIEDS Chevrolet'051500 LS, BRYAN'S
33, Y618-3025 owner Crew Cab, 66', 500
mi., two tone paint, all KITCHEN & BATH
1lo0hda'07 Civic Coupe power, $15,300, -MOBILE DISPLAY-
Tduch screen GPS navi- Call 334-792-2724 Fine Kitchen Cabinetry
nation system, DVD Chevrolet'02 Silverado, by WELLBORN FOREST
player, 26K mi., black, Silver, Pick-up. Auto, w/5yayty
$16,000 786-223-2278. 8-cyl., 2 WD, Ml 55500, Modular Homes
Jeep '01 Grand Chero- Power brakes, Power *Nev Consiruction
kee, Mint condition. PONTIAC '69 GTO Judge steering, A/C, AM/FM, *Renovations
New tires i, cold air R TIACCar69 N eT s u runs well Good condi-" Formica and Solid
$5,000.334-685-3832 New Paint $14,000 229- 8365 Surface Countops
Kawasaki'07 Brute 334-3322, 229-321-2092 Ron Bryan-Greenwood
rce 650 4X4. Black; Chevrolet '73 10-Wheel-
hours. Excellent con- er with grain body. 334-
ditlon. $5000. 334-488- a ,' 794-2398
4621.., Chevrolet '04 1500, 4x4,
Kia '01 Rio, 90k miles;, Z",r regular cab, long bed, .
newtires, new timing 39K,$11,000. Please call '" t
belt, new axles, new ti g334-726-0729 Ccete n
truck struts. $3,400 obo.
210-685-3380 Pontiac '71 Grand Prix
400/400, solid no canc- -';- ONCRETE
BUY IT er runs & drives $3,500 .- r T
.. SELL IT OBO Trade consideredONNE TION
FIND IT 334-687-0805, 695-6568
SPONTIAC -'97 Gran Am. ) Slabs
__ -____ Great condition. $2200.
334-796-7148. Driveways .
Race Car Dirt late mod- Chevrolet '98 Z71 P/U Sidewalks
el '05 CJ Rayburn & 28' Fleetside Ext. cab, 3 .
inclosed hawler. Many Dr 98K mi., Very Clean,
extras. 334-355-0298. asking $8500 OBO. 334- '
Kia '04 Optima LX, Gold, 790-2364, 334-793-1005 d 9'A u CAtgffiin
44K miles, working AC, Chevrolet 04 Z71, Reg Licensed & Insured
CD player. $8,000. 850- -Cab. Pick-up. Gun Metal ( 880
326-0638 Grey, Auto. 8-cyl.4WD. (850) 573-1880
Lexus '02 LS430 black, 52000, great condition.
fully loaded, tan leather Power brakes, Power
int. very good cond. ga- sterig DeA.Jonest ,
rage kept, tinted win-- F stereo, $14,000.
dows. 89K mi. $16,800t w'i 334-488-4621. C Oncrete
334-718-3518 Saturn '07 Aura XR, ,.cret
exus '07 ES-350, pearl 9,800 mi., like new 30 Years Experience
With tan interior, Psad- ar white, Ithr, sunroof, all
ell, 15K miles $31I000" options'MUST SEE TO House Slabs,
15K miles. $31,000 BELIVE $21,150obd, Driveways, Sidewalks
Lexus '9515400, runs 34525 & Pole Barns
good, all options, needs
some work, $2500, Call Chevy' 02 Avalanche
(334) 792-4100or 618- 4X4,16k miles, pewter
9101 gray, chrome neft bars,
Lincoln '95 Town car andbrush guard, 20'
Champagne color, Ma- heelsblackleather
or Ma- interior, loaded. $13,500
cold air, $2,500. 334- Tiburon '05 GT 334-702-439 or 3AMPTON
794-0385. Silver, Abito, 32k miles, 7912609
Mazda 04 RX8, 62,000 fully loaded, sunroof, Chevy '96 Cheyene, sgl CONCRETE
Mazda04'RX8,62,000 Asking payoff 15k. Call cab, 4. 6cyl vortec eng.
miles. Runx Bora 334-685-3215. s cy vc 70g
Cat-back great. 334-685-321. vrygood cond. $3700 FINISHING, INC,
over pmts. $19k owed. Toyota '0S Camry, 4 cash. 850-482-8416
850-557-6199 door, tan, auto., sun- Chevy '03 S10,4 cylin- Conlmer&ulResidenfiat
S' Benz320 roof, cd changer, all der, 28 MPG, low miles, .n uj ndaiiunti
Mercedes'98BenzE320 pwr. like new, 17,300 excellent shape. $7200 Dv d k
79K original mi. white m, $15,900, Call (334) BO. 334-585-6689 .
we maintained, have 389-3071 Chevy'05ISlveraoISu &,e .
all service records. ------------Chevy'05 Silverado Suiriinii;
$10,500. 334-596-2077 Toyota '07 Yaris S.4 Crew Cab Truck. Load-
door Auto. 46k, 40MPG ed with extras $18,000.
Mercury'76 Marquis, $12,250. 334-692-3679. 850-594-3282
less than 45K original
miles, I owner, $3500, Toyota '08 Corolla, 4 dr, Chevy '00 Silverado 6.0
serious inq. only, 334- auto, 3100 mi., $14,500 Eng. Ext., cab w/ long
691-7332 or 685-2269 firm. Call 334-347-7302 bed, CD, Full towing
Nissan '03 350Z Touring or 334-406-2945. pack. $7,000 334-477-
pack. 61K mi. new tires Toyota '98 Sienna. 2271.
& brakes elec. blue Green, Auto. 171k. Runs Chevy '99 Silverado ext.
616,900 O80 334-397- great!! $4,000 obo. 719- cab. loaded, chrome pk.
81 or 334-695-0381. 930-8524. $9,750. 334-794-7129 I
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Ford '02 F-150, 4D, 125K "' q Ford '07 150 Supercrew
mi, AT, PS, Tilt, Cruise, .J co' ,, Larriat 4X4. White sand
PW/D. Good Condition. color w/tan leather 8K
$5,000. 850-209-2000 ar.. ,I miles. Fully loaded. Bed M l
cover $29,500 334-798-
Classifieds have what 5725.g
you are looking for.
Ford '01 F150 4DR XLT
V8 Triton, 76K, Tow Ford '03 F-150 Lariat, .. .S
pg. True workhorsel 4x4 Leather ernew Ford 01 F150 Super Cab MU
$12,000. 850-215-1338 4 doors, offroadpack- GLarat loaded, leather T G *'0 5,,)0 cl.
age, Loaded! $15,600. CD Plaer $9 500 ,aelt Ahli.-n cru,;, I.I
Ford '78 F150 302 en- Call 334-797-7178. Fhancino Avai air, l ft. Western
gerunsgood,$900 WAC. Hauler Bed w/Rhino.
850-209-9009 Call John 334-797-0420 Gooseneck 30K 5th
Ford '02 F250 Ext. cab or Jason 334-714-1601 Wheel, 30K mi., no
4WD, 7.3 Diesel, Mint m (_ trades, $45K, Call
Condition black, all (302) 545-1158
leather, lots of extras. ta u GC'7Daxdi
$16K 080 334-685-3832 Ford 05 F50. Pick-MC 07Duramaxdie-
Ford '05 F5, FX4, ax- up. stone, Auto. Fc sal 25,000 miles $38,500
tended cab, silver, 39k 8-cyl. 2 W. 15,500, For 85 w tuck, 334779008;334726
miles, all power, excellent condi- Ford '03 F150XL custom-built 1 ton. 2767.
$1,500. 334-726-0435 tion. Loaded, Black, 5-spd manual loaded. Great condi-
$14,000. Call 334- Xmsn, 4.2L V6, 21 tion. $8,500;S 334-791- GMC '91 Jimmy 4x4, 6.2
Ford '04 F150 Fx4, Super 793-4930. mpg hwy., 2 WD, 8695 or 334-794-2426 num wheels 12x36 Radi-
Cab, 6-disc CD, 68K mi., 47,000 miles, power al Swampers PS, PB,
$15,500, Call (334) 897- brakes, power You Name It... AC, Auto, AM/FM CD
0582 Ford '97 F150 XLT Super ering, cruise, Classified Has It!!! $5500 obo. 850-762-9333
Fond --'02-F-----Lariat-Es Cab, Triton V-8, dia- 1 D, A/C, AM/FM,
Ford '02 F150 LariatEx- Cand rilate tool box, stereo, new ARE Ford '04 XLT Super Cab, GMC'02 Sierra Ext. Cab,
tra Cab, tool box, new topper, towing pkg. towing pkg., bed liner, with tool box, 80K mi.,
factory trans. 108K mi., bedliner, bed extender, Greatcond. $8,925 tool box, 53K miles, great shape, $9500, Call
runs great. $8500 OBO, exc cond., $6900,334- 00 BO, 334-692 3375. $15,000, Call (334) 794- 334-797-5249
Call (334) 596-9966 714-4210 or 677-6007 -- 0751_. GMC -'06 Sierra Z71,
---------- ---------,---------GMC '06 Sierra Z71,
Ford '00 F-150 Lariat Ford '03 Ranger, red, 4 Ford '92 Ranger XLT, 6 Ford '06 XLT 150 tow loaded, 28k mi., ext cab,
with brush guard. 103k cyl., auto., AC, excellent cyl, 5 sp manual, good package, 17k miles, still under warranty.
mi. $7,900. Call 334-693- condition. $5500, Call on gas. $2750. 334-798- burgundy, loaded. $21,500. 334-347-7353 or
5454, leave message. 10am-4p, 334-671-1693 5650 $17,000. 334-691-5336 464-2659
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-- Volkswagen '04 Jetta Chevy '07 Silverado LT Chevy 04' Tahoe Z71,
9 r ,S- Station wagon GL, AT, Crew Cab, exc. cond., Burgandyw/ beige
AC, Exc. cond., 27-30 Bed cover, 26K mi., leather, 83k miles,
C mpg, $9,500 OBO, 334- $19,000, (334) 237-1039 steering wheel con-
Chevy '94 Camaro, 983-4446 trols, 3rd row seating
Blue, Sedan. 5- sVd. Chevy '96 Silverado w/center bucket seats,
6-cyl. 2 WD. Loaed, Volkswagen 05'Torgua LWB STD Cab, Good 6disc cd changer in
Power brakes, Power reg, Gray w/saddle inte Cond, Loaded 153K mi. dash, power seats, rear
steering, CD, A/C, runs MG '76 Midget com- rior, 40k miles, top of $3990.080 334-671- air controls,
well, new tires, T-Topspletey restored, show the line sun roof, V8 4216. $16,800334-701-
very clean, Great cond. quality, like new, optiondual climate air, 8555/334-685-6233
$4000, 334-618- 3414. heated seats, automat- CLASSIFIEDS
$0. 3 34 $10 500. firm. 334-794- ic w/manual shift op- We're Working For Chevy '02 Z71 Extend-
Chrysler '01 Sebring, 7936. tion, steering wheel You"! ed Cab, 80K mi., new
convertible, 56K miles, controls, side curtain tires, new brakes, great
excellent condition. (% ni air bags,window Chevy '02 Silverado, condition, $13,000 Re-
$7,200 850-685-5542 [ II shades for back seats, Sharp Truck! Reg cab, tail NADA value,
(Troy) and rear air. $23,800 tinted windows, nice $14,450, 334-797-2459
hrysler 05 Pacifica Mitsubishi '06' Eclipse 334-701-8555/334-685- ster system, new Dodge 05'3500 Quad
gTourn Mode 43K mi GT, Red, 6-spd. 46550, 6233 Flowmaster dual ex- Dodge 05' 3500 Quad
s eats 6. white, 4 own mi., new tires, very clean, haust system, new tool Cab Dually. Cummins
seats 6. white, 1 owner, pr r .Volvo 04'V70,2.5 turbo Tu Motot^m^t rurbo Diesel, 59k miles,
exc. cond., new front mfg warr, Viper alarm, Volvo 04' V70, 2.5 turbo box, Moto Metal rims Turbo Diesel, 69k miles,
re 34222 tints, Exc cond.15000, wagon, 73k miles, Auto programmer, factory CD, Cruise, $20,500.
tires, $13K 334-222-2166 334-333-7555 w/manual shift option, rims & Michelin tires 850-526-2290 days,
FORD '05 Mustang Con- dual air climate control, included. 96,350k miles, eves. 850-594-9931
vertible, leather, V-6, memory seats, CD/ca- $12,0000BO334-671- $
loaded, .18K miles,, ssettplayer, oldw/tan 9620
S$16,000 334-355-0 leather,remaining 100k. F6-
$16,0003343550881 waranty$10,900, 334-
Ford '05 Mustang, V-6 ..;.- 701-8555/334-685-6233 -
premium edition, Fully -0
eoadd great gas saver. ANTIQUE
Reduced to $13,500 334- AUTF
SMitsubishi'06 Lancer 02 '0 .. .. S
"' s sRally A/C Power 2 ._ Dodge'06 Ram, Silver,
Windows & Door locks, CHEVY'01 Silverado Auto. 6 cyl. 2WD. 23k,
CD Player, $ 11,750. Z71 Ext Cab. Metallic Power steer, CD, A/C,.
Financing Available- Grey, Auto. 8-cyl. 4 WD, Like new. Cust exhaust
WAC. XM, 114000 mis, A/C, bed cover, rails, foot
Call John 334-797-0420 '- $9500. 931-241-1861. rail $18k 334-790.4509.
Ford '06 Mustang GT, or Jason 334-714-1601
light blue, black weather
int, premium sound, .iCadillac '68 Deville,
loaded, 5 sp., exc. cond. Red, Convertible. $8500,
20,700 mi, REDUCED. 3347749243.
$17,685, 23 MPG, hwy, Cadillac '73 Eldorado,
reg gas. call 334-588 Restored, mint condi-
3400 tion, garage kept, 96K
Mitsubishi '07 Eclipse "
GT, V6, Loaded, Ithr, ..
6disk cd, htd seats, fin. ,
avail. $17900. John 334- .
.. 797-0420 or Jason 714-
Ford '06 Mustang, Red, 1601
Auto. 6-cyl. 35,500 mi, Nissan '05 Maxima SL,
very clean, Great cond. fully loaded, leather int.
$12,100, 334-798-5753. bose sound system &
garage kept. exc. Ford '68 F100 step side,
Ford '07 Focus, 22k mi., cond., 1 owner, $17,300 REDUCED, MUST SELL,
factory wrnty, all the pay off. Call (334) 714- runs great 18K mi.
options, like new, 1671 black, MSTA $5,500
34mpg. Asking $12,800. obo. 334-671-3772.
Call John at 334-477- Nissan '06 Maxima SE -
3068 Exc. cond. white, war- AWF W C /Heating Construction
3068 ------ rrenty,29K mi, 417,500 A(VHeaiing Constructon
L y- 080 334-714-6616 -,_k
ONissan'08 Aleima 2.5 S, .i W m "
*n hvM't'1 warranty, owner, lik CO MERCIAL
new condition. $7,90012,000. Call NTIA
Pick-up.Blueover 334-750-4698 (334)793-5534
Reduced-Sacrifice .Ji 1510513.
Chevrolet '57Be-Air, 4 CGC 1510513
beige Auto. 6.4L Turbo -
Diesel. 7,800 miles. Per- N;.,sr.OO6ZV -" REAVY TRnCKS/ I e. 5coC5B3 | N|EW
fect condition. Loaded, 2+2 2nd owner, all
warranty, $44,000 obo orig, xc. cond. good A ERS CONSTRUCTION
Call 334-447-8304. miles, Bright re dw/ rub Cadet .ro t, n
d. grey L 1st Loded Cub Cadet zeronturn L d
ina lopts. Has orig mower 50 n blade s ADDITIONS.
MSRPCe LiSWt 4Wm s titw/ 5X 0 trailer ext. ,I
Pick-p 1e oe $ 0.70) *9-REMODELING"
6292.1ored '99 350 V-0' a super- Pl ce o I VINYL SIDING
duf e.o van. tow
-n N, aaro .-.92 i..s pac ., exc.cond.78K ,R
nesT .ng03., mi.$6,750.850-638- HARDEEBOARD
custom paint, Jeath- Pontaic'84 Trans-Am FREIGHTLINER *01, M |i I* POLE BARINS
er. $31,900 Call 334 ram air, hard top con- FDL120. Semi truck, A I i
6182441. vertible, 2 sweater. Very 810,000 good cond.
rare car $6,500 334-792- $19K OBO, 850-352-4808
or'64 Thunderbird, 4100 or334-618-9101. Freightliner,' d04 M2. 28K. 3' T
82K mi, I owner, $4000. Pontiac '01 Bonneville, GVWR, 26ft box w/66 ft hA A s AM 10
Will trade. Call 334-632- white, 6-cyl., CD. 5k attic, CAT engine 159K totiil i
8024 mi. Very ean, good miles. Excellent Condi- V V
Ford '64 Thunder- $5000 080.334- tion. $24,000. 798-1221 James Eugene
er, $4000. Willtrade. Pontiac'01 GrandAm ries, Fullertransmis-6s L i l SilcoxlLC
334-632-8024 GT.Green. $2,600.205- sion, Good for log truck CONSTRUCTION
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Ford 95'Mustang,Co- picos.h638-7290/.850-527-2229. Residential Framing
nvertable $2500 850- Gooseneck Trailer, 20f
726-0256 Cl flatbed, dual axel,D14K L& Remodeling
capacity, less thandW
Wi5 tre Clu-32rm whtu 6liWork
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1 TRUCKS VEHICLES
Chevy '00 Blazer 4x4 LX,
GMC '07 SIERRA white, 4 door, auto,
SLE. Pick-up. SIL- fully loaded, CD, 100K .
VER, Auto. 8-cyl. 2 miles runs great, very
W D. 23000, excel- .ne al' i.' .".. ,, ,':...A .
lent condition. l .r.: it ,:, W iJ -,'w
AM/FM/cd stereo, ,. ,.' ]1 -. I eni,
low miles, very
PAYOFF. Need min-
ivan instead Call
GMC '02 Sonomo. Auto.
6-cyl. 00WD. 66300 mi,
$8500. 334-406-7095. .. .
Chevy '01 Tahoe LT,
128k mi., sun roof, Ithr.
3rd seat, heated seats,
TV, ALL power, new ,
tires, fact. wrrnty.
$9,800 OBO. 678-350-
Chevy '00 Tahoe, LT,
4x4, black w/tan leath-
er. 145K, winch & brush
guard. $8,900 OBO 793-
9130 or 205-907-0861
Chevy '05 Tahoe,
White, leather, CD,
3rd Row, on-star/
XM, 2WD, 40,500
miles, very clean,
$18,500, Call 334-899-
Chevy '03 Trailblazer
LT, seats 8, exc. condi-
tion. 14,000 actual mi.,
orig price. $36,000, ask-
Eddie Bauer'04 Expedi-
tion, blue. Captain
chairs, 107K mi. $10,500
Ford '03 Excursion Ed-
Black/tan, oil changes
& warranty, $26,500,
Call Jeff 334-701-8303 or
L ca 334-701 -c02.
Infinity '04 FX 45,38,000
miles, fully loaded,
navigation, rear view
camera, grayish, exc.
cond., $31K, 718-6640
Nissan 06' Frontier /Ni-
smo, V6, Automatic, 4
wheel drive, all power, .
tow package. 35,300k
miles. $16,700. 334-685-
7207 or 850-260-9424
Nissan '07 Frontier.
Pick-up. Like new. Sil-
ver, Auto. 6-cyl. 2 WD.
3,800 mi. Loaded,;
Nissan 04'Frontier XE
truck silver, bedliner,
cd, 5 spd manual, 4-cyl,
pwr pkg, lots of extras. -
46K mi $9,900; 850-594-
4921 Iv msg
Nissan '04 Titan Crew
Cab, Black, Pick-up. Au-
to., 8-cyl. 4 WD. 47,000,
Loaded, Like new. Ask-
ing payoff, Call 334-333-
NISSAN '05 Titan. 4
door. Black, Auto. 8-
cy 4 WD.6-disc in-
dash changer. 31k
miles, excellent con-
dition. $24000 / obo.
Nissan '08 Titan LE,
Crew Cab,.Short Bed.
Pick-up. Red, Auto,;8cyl.
4WD. 9900 mi. Excellent
Power brakes, Power
steering, CD, A/C;
AM/FM, stereo, rebuilt
engine, runs well, low
miles, new tires, moon
roof, leather int. very
$33000. 334-792-0650 -
Nissan '07Titan 5.6 LE
with king cab. 1 owner,
Leather. Loaded, 13,500
miles. $24,000. 334-794-
8295. before 10am or Iv.
Nissan '06 Titan SE.73K
burgundy, king cab, 4
door, tow package,
loaded. $11,000. work
598-3874, cell 726-9500
5sp., Man., $600 AS IS.
8 TOYOTA'01Pre Runner,
maculate, 41K actual
miles, V-6, ext. cab,
loaded, $12,900 334-
200k miles, AC, CD,5
speed, good condition,
bedliner & tool box 334-,
Toyota '00 Tacoma Pre-
runner ext. cab, brush r
guard, tool box new a1 i Hond'06AccordEX-L,
tires, great sha 121K t
mi. 334-671-3635: ed, GPS34K miles $18K
0 OBO 850-445-5767
-. Honda'06 Element, 20k
L.-..'. miles, $19,400. OBO
Toyota'06 Tacoma ,.- -'
silver, auto. 6 cyl. 4 WD. ..
29,000, Loaded, power -
brakes, power steering,
CD, AC, AM/FM, stereo,
runs well, low miles,.
very clean, warranty, Hummer'07 H3,
Like new. $23,900.Call $25,900, Red, 9,500
334-475-3600. miles, Red/Black
Leather Seats, Chrome
-.. it;'. Brush Guard, Larger
'-5'i. 1.: Tires than Stock, 4x4,
Jeep '01 Cherskee, 4x4,
cold AC & CD player,
S .. runs great, new paint,
$5500 OBO, Call (334)
Toyota'02 Tacoma SR5, Jeep '01 Cherokee, 4x4,
Ext. Cab. Must be refin- cold AC &'CD player,
. anced loan balance runs great, new paint,
$12,000.86k mi., exc.. $5500 080, Call (334)
cond. Call 334-475-1785. 701-3974
- Classifieds... Jeep '86 CJ7, hard top,
See what it's all bikini top, new seats,
about! new half doors, rebuilt
eng., 106K mi., $5500
Toyota'99 Tacoma 4X4 firm. 334-735-3036
single cab 4 cyl. auto,
31/1050 all terrian tires. Jeep '05 Grand Chero-'
120k, $9,000 OBO. 334- kee, automatic, A/C,
685-7207; 850-258-3018 CD, extra clean,i
a la i In Accordance with the
H I ,: American with disabili-
i '. ig ties act, persons' with
Dodge1 GrandCara-, disabilities needing
von ES, red, Van. Auto. special accommodation
6-cyl. 2 WD. 112,K mi. to participate in this
miles, Loaded, Power proceeding should con-
brakes, Power steering, tact the A.D.A.. coordi-
CD, A/C, AM/FM, ste-' nator telephone
reo, runs well, leather number 850-482-9624
- int. very clean, $5,200. ext. 103 not later than
Call 334-347-0496. seven (7) days prior to
Sthe proceedings. If
Dodge'95 Caravan, 6 hearing impaired,
Scyl, great motor, auto, (TDD) 1-800-955-8770,
SgoodA/C 850-693-0737 via the Florida Relay
DODGE 99' Caravan, Service.
Gold, V6, Cold Air, PS, DA
PB, Pw & Locks, Cruise, DATED: October1,2008
Tilt, Stereo CD w/cass. JOHN P. MCDANIEL
1 Owner! Very clean,. JOSheriff of JacksonN P MCDANIEL
$2450. 334-538-1747. Sheriff of Jackson
Dodge '99 Caravan, V6,
jazzy 1113 power chair /s/Linda J. Cowan
& a Harmar power BY: Linda J. Cowan
ramp inside. $5000, call LF14295
Ella Elliot H: 334-793-
7475, C:334-797-5693 NOTICE IS HEPEBY
GIVEN THST PLIRi.uANT
j S TO THE SELF T5ORAuE
S" FACILITY aCT, SECnION
83.801-83 8,9 THE. PER
SONAL PROPEPTY CON
SISTING OF PERSONAL
HOLD GO1aDS, AUtO
MOTIVE',iTEMS.. a. PiSC
Ford '01 Windstar LX, ITEMS OF.
,3.8L, V6, auto OD trans,
7 pass., dual sliding HAROLD BATEiMaN
doors, PW/D/L, Cruise, UNIT F38,
black w/gray cloth in- BLAKE T Mf.OORE. SR
ter. 140K miles, well UNIT C55
maint, $3,950.00 850- RICKIE HARE
557-2875 UNIT F04
ROBIN B. SWETT
ROGER A WILSON
-. J '94~randChero- ".. UNITCC23
S- 8 '' Jeep '94 G rand Chero- Se. SHARONDA RAMSEY
viw- --~ kee, Automatic, AC,.C, Ford01WindstarSel. UNITC20
S $2.500, 334-712-1531 Van. Green, Auto. 6-cyl DEBRAANKRUM
S2 WD. 98,500,great con- UNITCC14
r Jeep 01' Grand Chero- edition. Loaded, $5,700.
kee Laredo, cream col- 334-671-9879. WILL BE SOLD OR
or, bug shield, side vis- OTHERWISE DISPOSED
ors, roof rack, clean in- OTHERWISE10:DISPOSED
S Toyota'04 Tundra 47k side & out. 97k miles FORD 02 Van OF AT 10:00 AM
4 dorAIIPowerTinted runs great. $6500. Ecoli rd, hyd OCTOBER 23, 2008 TO
Windows,20" Chrom 547-5292 wheelchair lift, SATISFY LIENS FOR
Rims, CD, $16,800 or auto, AC, PB, PS, CD, PAST DUE REN T,
OBO. Call 334-596-0157 Jeep '05 Rubicon, AM/FM, 87,818 mi, COSTS, AND FEES.
18,500, V6, auto., AC, Gr cond.$10,500. DISPOSITION WILL
SPORT UTILITY 46K mi., new BFGoo- 334-618-3332. TAKE PLACE AT PACK-
drich All Terrain tires, RAT STORAGE OF MARI-
VEHICLES (334)699-8668,803-5910 Ford '07 E Cargo NNA, 4667 HWY 90
Buick '07 Rainier, By Jeep '03 Wranger, very van. Contrator ready ,
owner, 2WD, 6 cyl., Sil- nice! khaki, soft top, warrenty, key less LF14296
ver Leather, Power, AC, AT, over-drive, tilt, entry, $16,000 080 334- PUBLIC SALE
20,000 mi. $20,000 neg., 4.0 4WD, tow pkg. run- 796-8174. PUBLIC SALE
Call 334-370-3921 o new tires CD,& at- GMC'98 Safari Van, Public Sale at Charlie
Buick'07 Rainier, tery39,400mi.13,00 7pass, V6, AT, AC, Rear Brown Mini-Storage
owner, leathrBOSE, 2 Air, Very clean, Exe- (A self-storage faci8i-
On-Star, S miles, ob Paul850-482-7490 cond.. 118K mi. $3,500. ty) locate behind
ret/gry, $21,000 n, Jeep '91 Wrangler, 4 cyl. 334-677-7748/803-3058 4648 Hwy 90, on Tues-
factory warranty,. 334- good shape, new top, day, Ocotber 21, 2008
685-1261or334-677- Rhino bed line sprayed at 4:00 P.M. Doors
3281 inside, $6500, Call (334) ,, open at 3:30 p.m. on
CHEV1'0Ava 726-0219 .- a the personal goods of
CHEV'04 Avalanche Z71 2-_-21 the following les-
loaded $18,000 call 334- Jeep '06 Wrangler, 4.0L see's:
695-2739 6spd, AC, PS, soundbar, '.,.ar
special wheels & tires, .. 1. Clay Alday & Bever-
Chevrolet'99S10Blaz- lots of options. 5kmiles '' ly Holmes
er, Good AC New trans, $17,500 229-376-2670 TOYOTA-'03 Sienna Van 2. Teresa Godwin
with warr., New tires, Silver 86K Great condi- 3. Andrew Kirby
clean. Runs great!!!!! 'h "--,,. '''-4;.. tion Loaded, Very clean, 4. Kyle Kirby
REDUCED!!! $3,200. 334- ,, DVD w / remote Asking 5. Robyn McQueen
596-5032 i $9,800 / neg 334-677- 6. Amanda Reagan
CHEVROLET-'02 Subur- 3634 7. William Tyus
cyl. 2WD.91450, great i 1'0
brakes, Power steering, Jeep '97Wrangler. -\
S 'Ce A/C,AM/FM, runs New red paint job arruO^r .om, "
S well, leather int. very SUV. 5-spd. 4-cyl. 4 WD. ier eIpa '
clean, $8100. 334-803- 100,000 mi., power A npp ntments
0248. brakes, power steering, ri i g.
Chevrolet '02 Trailblaz- CD, A/C, AM/FM, runs
er LT, loaded, 4WD, 90K well. Great ond. $6200, a e oRc StF s. .
miles, blue, great cond., 334-693-2099. BIS CLASSIFIEDS...
$9,900, (334) 372-4822 Land-Rover '99 Range 24 HOURS A DAY
or (334) 372-2415 Rover HSE 4.6, fully
loaded, 95K mi., $8,900, 7 DAYS A WEEK
Call (334) 797-0768 52 WEEKS A YEAR
a .- LEGA JUST A CLICK AWAY.
S'- LF14292 e
Mercury '99 MT. Dk. NOTICE OF Visit u at:
Blue w / grey leather, PUgmItR NG Ww.icfloridan.com
S evy 01 Blazer, White Great cond, $5900, 334- Notice is hereby given 1,
AT 6-cyl 4WD, 130k, PB 8 7-4494. to all residents, proper-
PS, CD, A/C.AM/FM, Nissan 04 Xterra, 64K ty owners, tax payers, .
siroof, $5,800. Call mi., 4x4, AT, $9,800 and citizens of the -
3 J-793-0677. OBO, 334-983-4446 Town of Bascom, Flori-.
da, that the Town Com-
Tim & Patsy
i SPORT UTILITY
Mission of Bascom,
'fl *. Florida, will meet in
E LL public session at 7:30
p.m. on October 9, 2008
S'. in the Town Hall, with
the following proposals
to be considered:
1. The adoption or re-
jection of h proposed
AN ORDINANCE ADOPT-
RING A BUDGET OF THE
I OEM ,SS!?siM TOWN OF BASCOM,
jrer 'i)i rangir iel. FLORIDA, FOR THE FIS-
5IP. 5.1 6aC. 4 AO CAL YEAR OF 2009 (0-
4,'"' -i,,e P,,,r CTOBER 1, 2008
rain, Po Awer uteer THROUGH SEPTEMBER
ing, CD, A/C, AM/FM 30. 200 AND APPRO-
runs well, low miles, PRIATING THE -SAME
Fair condition 10,000,6" A N D RC O T H E R
lift, procomp 35's334- RESOURCES TO THE
701-0338MENTS AND FUNDS OF
THE TOWN OF BASCOM
TO BE USED FOR VARI-
MiUT e; OUS MUNICIPAL PUR-
'POSES FOR SAID TOWN,
2. Such other matters
as may come before
All citizens, residents,
and electors of the
Town of Bascom and
other interested per-
so ns otherwise
JEEP'90YJHT5-spd affected are invited to
6 cyl4WD3" ift/ attend and be heard.
Lockers $14,000. Any interested mem-
Invest Sale7,999 ber of the public may-
334-673-0088. inspect a copy of the
proposed Ordinance -at
the Office of the Town
'n Clerk during regular
..OTOWN OF BASCOM,
BY:/Is/ George Hall.
GEUKU HA1 LL
"', Town Clerk
Nissan '07 Armada, LF14294
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.4257 LAFAYETTE STREET
2000+ SF of office space. Great
location for physician's office, .
dental clinic or attorney's office.
Zoned Mixed Use. Large con-
crete parking area-- front &
back. Could be divided into
multiple offices. Call Today!
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4257 W. Lafayette
Marianna, Florida 32446
WATERFRONT! ON COMPASS LAKE. 225
feet frontage with beautiful lake view! 3/2 DW
large screened froit porch w/large side porch.
Dock w/boat house. Separate :storage building
w/enclosed utility room & boat storage. Boat
ramp. A great buy @ $349,000! MLS# 08-1585
45 ACRES OF GOOD CROP LAND current-
ly in peanuts. Please view photos: North
Jackson County Farm cone with deeded 40 ft.
easement. Priced to sell quick @ $125,000!
Bring all Offers! MLS# 08-1603
NICE 3/1.5 BRICK HOME IN THE COUN-
TRY. Nice. big yard with detached .carport and
barn in the back yard. Beautiful property. Great
house for first timeneuyer. Living room & kitchen
open floor plan. Screened front porch. Extra
room could be used as bedroom, den, office, etc.
One acre. ONLY $99,900! MLS# 08-960
VERY NICE 2/1 home located in Alford. Sits on
comer lot. Very spacious with living room & den.
Large screened in blck porch with plenty of shade.
Large 3 car shop/garage & another office/building.
All on paved street & close to shopping. 45 min-
ptes to Panama City. $96,500 MLS #: 08-1247
PRIVATE 55 ACRE FARM. Bring your cattle
or horses. 40 acres of pasture. 3 acre spring fed
pond. Property has Catawba tree-- great for
fishing. Nice 3/1.5 home with new garage.
Beautiful large oaks, fig, pecan, lemon trees.
As T. arONL n v$ t9 on.0n MTLS oa 08451
INCOME PRODUCING PRUPERI Y FUK
SALE! Edgewood II, an established apartm.'nr
complex near Marianna, consisting of 16 fur.
nished units, laundry room for tenants, 2 wells
and lots of Highway 90 frontage is currently
available for purchase. Also, included in tme
purchase is a 1,88 acre commercial comer lot
across from Dar-Bee's convenience store.
$695,000 MLS# 08-799 .
50-ACRE MINI FARM w/2 years new 3200
sq.ft.-3bedr6om,2.5 Baths, Designer Finishes,
Gourmet Kitchen w/SS Appliances, Study,
11xll.3 Master Closet, 2 Car Garage. Under
Roof SF 4,472. Rocking Chair Front Porch
w/view of majestic drive, Screened Porch with
Deck Overlooking cleared 20 Acre w/stocked
fishpond and 20X30 Metal barn w/1 bdrm
apartment. $899,000 MLS# 08-502
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UNPACK & MOVE IN! Very clean 3/2 DW #08-1660
on nice lot on Ashleigh Avenue, Grand Ridge. 709 Blue Jay
New carpet, new vinyl. Big front & back deck. Ave.,
All electric. On a deed restricted lot. Separate Marlanna
living room, separate den w/fireplace. Bring all
offers! Seller will give a 3 day cruise for 2 upon
the purchase of this property! ALL THIS FOR' 3 bedrooms & 2 baths 1745 sq.ft.* Pole barn
ONLY $79,900! MLS# 08-1335 & outbuilding Master suite w/Walk in closet *
Family room w/gas log fireplace MLS#08-1580
225 feet frontage with beautiful
lake view! 3/2 DW large
screened front porch w/large
side porch. Dock w/boat house.
Separate storage building
w/enclosed Utility room & boat
storage. Boat ramp.
A great buy @
WATERFRONT ON SURPRISE LAKE! 6.4
acres. 300 feet on water! Beautiful private
Springfed Lake in Jackson County! Deed
Restrcted! Well & Septic tank, Power Ready
for you to build your new home! Come swim
fish or just enjoy the view or Bring A Camper!
All for $199,000! MLS# 08-292
NEAT & ATTRACTIVE this 2/1.5 sits on a nice
shady lot on a paved street in Chattachoochee.
Comes with beautiful hardwood, tile floors, fire-
place, separate dining room. this house is neat &
clean and shows extremely well. Call for an
appointment today! $89,000 MLS# 08-1358
5 Acres on Hwy 2-- Malone area.
1 Lot on McCormick Lake.
Waterfront (pretty). $74,900
20 Acres on Hwy 90 East of Grand
Ridge. 1/2 Commercial & 1/2
Residential. 08-1442 $215,000
150 Acres near Cottondale on 1-10 &
Obert Road. $599,250
Nice waterfront lot on McCormick
Lake, power well $99,000
* 2167 sq.t. 3 bedrooms 2 baths 2 car garage Home
over looks Indian Springs golf course #07-1620
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* 1624 sq.ft. vinyl sided home 3BR/2BA* Updated through-
out! Kitchen w/copper back splash, laminate wood flooring,
,r *if my. .-. t I jii ,,' i 1 ,m," R.JJ. -T # 1V A 16J7
6237 +/- sq.ft. EXECUTIVE home in Spring Chase .
* 3 BR/3 full baths & (2) 1h baths 3 car garage 3 central
unit w/3 zones Home theater room #08-1362
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floors Above ground pool Nice cabinets in kitchen
. new cons 3R2 garage winslated
door Crown molding, base board, vaulted ceilings, hard wood &
tile looking, Baths w/cultlured marble countertops 08-1103
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4257 W. Lafayette
Marianna, Florida 32446
CALL TIM SAPP
sie Bauer.w, mu.Excel- Lay1 J-*-, -. NOTICE is hereby given I
ent condition. Fully NISSAN ARMADA'05 that pursuant t, a r, v
loaded, Must sell. fully loaded even navi- of execution Issued in
$9,800.850-956-4748. gation 85kmiles. Need the County Court -I
payoff $18,000 Jackson Count,. F1.Br,
.q'i"^ (334)695-4965., da, on the 14th day i o
.-f t August 2008 ,r- tre
Nissan'02Pathfinder cause whereir, Fr.rst
SE. Loaded w/options Union National tanl. .oi
Excellentcond.$12,000. Florida was .taint i
334-447-0053 and Jack R. Sl;tel .s
Nissan'06'XterraS, I the defendant. 3 'ng
FORD '97 Expedition black, V6, auto 33k Case Number -
fully loaded, candy- miles $16,500 334-300- 05474COSO.
reen,excellentcondi- 8102 leave message. I, h ffP. McDanik As
tion $5,500 334-355-
0454, 334-616-7269 --. .. County, Florida have
0454,334-616-7269 levied upon all the
Ford '07 Explorer Eddie at, '' right, title, and interest
Bauer, V6, 3rd row seat,. of the defendant, Jack
asking $20,975 obo, Call R. Skakel in and to the
34-797-4576 following to-wit: I
Lot 12 Block AC, Cor-
S Toyota '00 4 Runner reacted Plat of Compass
LTDHunter green, tan Lake Hills Unit TWO, ac-
Leater, loaded, excel- cording to the Plat -
i lent condition $8500 thereof, as recorded in
00- OBO850-445-5767 Plat Book A'-4, pages
---- 111A through lISA, in-
-E" elusive of the Public Re-
cords of Jackson Coun-
GMC'00.YUKON 105K ty Florida. Parcel # R
miles; loadedSLTleath- 02-2N-l1-0 83-10AC-
er, On-Star, sunroof; ... 0120
DVD Player, warranty, and an h',- 27th day of
$9,000 334-695-0119- and October 200, 7th day of
leave message October, 2008, at tr
leave message Jackson County Sher-
S . iff's Office, 4012 'La-
T.,Iri'04. auer.nl- fayette Street, Marian-
Ski- S. 5e .er E.iiieller na, Florida., County ol
condition. 67K miles. Jackson, State of. Flori-
^ Electric, later, Spoil- da,. at the hour of 9:.30
S er, $17,000 obo. 334- a.m., or" soon thereaf-
791-9595. ter, i will offer for sale
Toyota'01Sequoia, all the said defendant,
Leather, Third row, leather interior, sun- said property at inub ic
Tow Package, Good roof, 109k miles $9,000 outcry and wII the
tires, $10,200.714-9510. 334-794-6130 a n wilject to 'prth
SS Aliens, encumbrances,
S and judgments, if any,
M US .01 to the highest bidder or
GMC'01 Yukon SLT : proceeds to be applied
white, Ithr, I owner, ga- -'. as far as may be to the
raged, 92K mi. $10,900. '-''" payment of costs and h
Great Cond!!!334-692- t the satisfaction of the -
4124 or 3347977603. ,. above-described execu-
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S20202 JUNIPER SW Av., BLOUNTSTOwN
l*' 5BR/3.5BA home on 2 ac in Blountstown.
inground pool & covered patio with privacy
fence. Open kitchen with island, family room
'and separate living room. This is a must see.
#07-2515 $325,000 CALL BRIDGETT
1093 RoCK CIRCLE, COTTONDALE, FL
Private 55 acre farming. 40 acres being pastured. 3 acre
spring-fed pond. Property has a Catawba tree. Great for
fishing and produces flowers with fragrance. Zestiful
3/1.5 home with garage, beautiful old oaks, fig, 5-pecan
BUNK HOUSE and meyer leson trees. #08-1513 CALLBRIDGETT
BEAUTIFUL 16 acre horse farm with
1680 sc .ft., 2/2 stucco /stone home
with an unfinished, 1340 sq. ft.. master J l
bedroom addition, making a total of ...... . .
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Gina C. Stuart
(850) 209-7150 Eve.
4389 Lafayette Street
P.O. Box 357
Marianna, Florida 32447
Gause & Associates Realty
Highway 71 South
wwa| 850-482-7990 o
ILe NM. Gatise, trirr "Da na Glss. Rthor
CaI: 850 S7 1176s0 Mt/ll t11 n/fr Ibrdu",
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8 ACRES all under lence 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
3798 GALILLEE RD, GRACIEVILLE.Picturesque /I bath bunk house. 4 Stall horse barn NOMA ROAD, BONIFAY
Horse farm on 31 secluded acres. This Turn-key with tack room. 2 Stall horse barn, 115 acres! Farm land, planted pines & pond!
farm has a great 3 bedroom 3 bath brick home with #07-2805 $460,000 CALL BRIDGETT'
2896 underroof. The horse barn has10 stalls all stocked fish pond, fenced & cross i
with automatic horse waterer's 2X6 pressure treat- fenced, RV pol barn and more.
ed stall construction, double roll up doors -w-
baked on metal exterior. 24X36 feed/tack bar, $479,900 #08-940
concrete floors, tack-up area, concrete wash rack,
ond a ond. W/ll divide LMS #08-892 445.0 2933 GREEN ST. HISTORIC, true victorian
~IMLS #08- $45.00 cr home has been authentically restored. Features
of this home include 3 marble fireplaces, 13'
2698 MINERAL RD., MARIANNA ceilings, heart pine floors & Mohawk laminated
Affordable New Home in Marianna! This wood flooring, crown molding throughout, orig-
A3/2 w/ 2 car garage plowed in M 07 sits on inal bead-board wainscoting in DR, custom
beautiful corner lot. Comes w/ top of the linee plantation shutters. $299,900
BRING OFFERS appliances, upgraded carpet & vinyl, upgrad-
ed fixtures, office space, Irg back deck ,w/
1230 UNDERWOD RD. RACEILLE storage space beneath. Lrg semi-basement w/
Buy on aaturn-key dairy farm. Updated double 10 shigetric t Eitngy Es t So.
milking parlor with twa milk tanks (1500 gal total). Dome i ingo n tccient. o
Brand new (348x40) free stall barn for 199 cow much more! #07-2316 $149,900 CALL
capacity with feed alley. New 96x50 Storage barn. BRIDGETT
Up to date equip plan. The brick home is a 4 bed- I i
room 2/t bath home with great large rooms. The
house is tastefully landscaped with a wonderful RUSS LAKE HOLMES COUNTY It's like
variety of fruit trees. MLS#08-1268 $525,000. being on vacation r da $Ittif
North Oaks Spacious brick, 3/2 home w/garage & n home, beauti ful lake, gry eatiu
screened porch. All BRs 'have walk- closets. home, beautiful lake, gieat
master bedroom ha separated entrance. Landscape u workshop/barn, and it's on 4 acres!! See
acre lot. #08-541. $175,000 .",, this one!. $359,000
SEMINOLF. AVEr., ALFORD, F.-
GREAT PLAdE TO BUILD YOUR
DREAM HOME #08-206 $10,000
576+ FORT RD, GREENWOOD 0OAK PARK
MOBILE HOME PARK. Tired of low interest on your "- "i
ioney? Great investment/income producing prop-
erty. Excellent rental history.Includes 7 owned
mobile homes, three rented spaces and room for H o BRING OFFERSeI b edIi oN th- STREET bedroom home ih
$25,0 0. LYNN HAVEN! Ol d Building of little value on the 3 r split level design near Jackson Hospital
flots. Zoned low density reside tial with permission for ila formal LR an d formal DR.
Minor S/D, and a survey you can split property into 2 CAN ST., ALFORD, FL 2 ith freplacre c orer lot. $196,500
lots, for 2 homes. Comr loti. large shade trees in a nice Comes with all the am enidiesof compass Lake
neighborhood in Lyf s Haven. 08059 '$125n000 i & cn he Hills Subdivision, including Tennis
b neighborhood a in Lynn SHavren. n0809 '$12!, Court. Swimming Pool, Horse Stable, Boat
Rentals, and more. #08-224 *
4342 MAYW00O DR 2 story brick home with 5
bedrooms, 3v 2 baths situated on 3-acre corner
lot near Chipola College. Home totally updated.
Spacious family home W/split bedroom desigm. lo6 FAIRVIEw RD. MARIANNA' Gorgeous POOL! $354,000
Needs TLC. New wood laminate flooring, fire- Nice Triplewide on 5 acre on Hwy 167.
FEATURED H 0 M E place and central unit. Interior needs painting, Fireplace in den, large kitchen with island,
DEERWOOD DRIVE, MALONE some baseboards replaced, some floor covering master bedroom has a sitting room that could
Bring the Family!!3/2, brick home on 5 a be nursery, office, ect. 13 miles from interstate
Bring the Family!! 3/2 brick home on 5 replaced and kitchen updated. Owner will do and family doller -distribution warehouse.
acres with room to grow, 2004 sq.ft. h/c & repairs, subect to offer, MLS #: 08-1214 $82,000 MLS#08-1419 CALL LISA
3262 sq. ft. under roof. This great home
features a large screened in back porch
(17x12) for relaxing and (17x15) bonus
family room. The cheerful country kitchen- 545410th STREET, Malone. Pripteen home In immaculate
w-center island and large pantry opens into condition. Over 1800 square feet of living area, ponderosa
the formal dining room with a bay window. pine paneling in den and Master Bedroom. 100' x190' 1lot
The huge living room has a cozy wooQd with large oaktrees. $129,900.
burning fireplace. Great for entertaining,
there is a large in ground pool & BBQ area. Beautiful 3+ acrd lot has oak trees and cleared for build- Great Location, open floor plan and split
A workshop/hobby barn (20x40) is includ-e a bedrooms. This 4/2 has new carpet, tile, light
ed and could be converted to a nice horse ing. Frontage on a pond in SW comer of lot. Lot located fixtures, ceiling fans, with freshly painted
barn or apartment. $185,000 in vacinity of Silver Lake. All the amenities of Compass interior and exterior. Kitchen has Shenandoah
Lake Hills horseback riding, swimming, boating, fish- cabinets with hard surface counter tops. New
it i & lod windows and doors interior and exterior.
ing, rental cottages, campsites &dge on McCormick French doors leading to new IOx12 deck and
Lake, etc. 07-3070 ONLY $20,000 MAKE OFFERI 8x13 workshop. Also has new metal roof.
#08-399 $144,900 CALL LISA 4715 SHEFFIELD DRIVE Country Club Hills Unit I1;
Pristine home in A-1 condition. Great neighbor-
e- hood near new Marianna High School. $169,900
5050 FORD RD, GREENWOOD, FL What a 1A
wonderful country home on 4.32 ,
acres.Exceptionally nice 4/2 foomy double wide TEN ACRESI-Immaculate D.W. has split BR-
with many extras. Starting with the kitchengreat design. 'Master bath W/gardentub, shower & 2
center island, high quality oak cabinets, built in sinks All BRS have walk-in closets. Large 4218 WOODBERRY ROAD, MARIANNA
oven and gas counter top range.There is a large Wood bum- 3/2 Home built in 2007. Has vaulted living
living room, den with a cozy fireplace, & huge rokitchenW/pantySecurysystemr om ceiling. Kitchen has beautiful oak -
master suite. The mini farm (with pasture) has a ing FP. RV hook-up. Storage bldg. Storm win- stain on cabinets. Has front and back porch
24X24 shed, a 24x24 work shop and a 18x42 dows. Vaulted ceilings. Back half of property IS and sits on 1.14 arce. Open floor plan with 2679 CHOCTAW TRAIL Indian Springs. POOL!
covered area for autos. $128,000 wooded. "Owner Ready To Movel" #08-1035 neutral paint choices and flooring. #08-400 Spacious brick home on wooded, acre lot. Very
$99,900. $136,900 CALL LISA ell built and energy efficient! Call us! $289,900
4874 HIGHWAY 71, GREENWOOD. Great home in 3343 OiLD US ROAD, MARIANNA
the country with huge live oak trees In the yard. MARIANNA-5Acres. Countymaintailned road on North side Beautiful stately home on 12 acres with Big COMPASS LAKE 394 LAKEPOINT DRIVEThis home is
Nice 3/2 Brick home In beautiful setting. Nice rear of property and a private road on East side. Wet weather area oaks and 7+- acre lake, Property carn accomo- situated n PRIME location of the lake!! It is an
year bar-b-cuing area. Price reflects new oo SE side, possible pond site. MH oL. #07-1692 $32,5(0. date horses. Stable was converted to a game situatedonPRIMEocationofthelake!! Itsan
carpet/flooring, new paint and stove. $141,000., room. 4 bedroom 2.5 bathroom, with covered absolute 'must see!' Ask for Gina. $495,000
front porch overlooking 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
812 HIGHWAY 71, MARIANNA, FL ultnl r..rfe 4939 ANDERSON RD, Gree. .0 J
in the country on a beautiful 1.34 acres. Don't let HANDY MAN SPECIAL BEING SOLD "AS IS". Great
the age fool you, this home has been updated location South of Bonifay, beautiful property. Well and north of Greenwood off Hwy. 71. Nice brick
new central h/c, 'new roof, nice kitchen, new septic on property, do not know condition. House has home, acre lot, barn, lots of fruit trees.
plumbing, freshly painted and wonderful front den that could be used as second bedroogi New bath-ou-s ..h.a. s,. D.-.,, %., $134,00
screened in po, rch. This placed has a large room fixtures and some building supplies are in the on approximately V2 acre. Fenced yard for animals.
24X11 enclosed workshop with electrical and house, OWNERANXIOULS. #08-945 $49,000 About 9 miroles cast of Marianna in Minion
Subdivision. Living room & dining room all one
water. The property is exceptionally nice. nir place o frt in buys. G
has sky light. The home has a spFif tlrorr plan.
Lots in Compass Lake in the Hills Subdivision '-3 $ o A s
beginning at $15,000
Sunny Hill is a restricted subdivision North of
Panama City and the beaches. In area of new 4507 PUTNAM ST Take a look you'll be
Bay County Airport. A-2964 #08-1101 $18,000 pleasantly surprised!! Home in great con-
Cerro Gordo Estate, Westville. Enjoy fishing & edition plus large corner lot, shop and a
THE PERFECT PLACE FOR YOUR NEW HOME in relaxing near Choctawhatchee River. Lot has large wooden deck. $169,900
a beautiful country setting. 26 plus acres of relaing2308TuM 1rontRD,CoriN AIxr, FL32431
rolling grassy fields, with Hertitage oaks dotting water & septic. #07-2162 $10,000. Nice 3/1.5 Brick Home in the country. Nice big
the countryside. Great views and terrific building Grand Ridge- 15Acres on Hy. #69 yard with detached carport id barn irs ne back e ic yo de rv
sites, Very Nice New homes In this area. DeedR0 yard.0Beautifid property.nGreat houseforalirtst ime
restricted to 1800 sq./ft. h/c Owner/agent. Owner South. Septic tank and city water. #A-2972 buyer. Living onln rmed kitchen open lk/er phc.
financing available with 10% down. $205,000. $140,000 Screened timnntnporch. E4Xm UI-l -)scouldeyout.ustl s
bedroom, den. office, etc. #(M-904) ( "I,I,kI,ISA
V b -(, 54 M ANNA FL :.I--.. ,:,..T..7.. -.-.-.r, .
one of the busiest red lights in Jackson Co. with over 24,500 carAraffic
counts daily,per FL D.O.T. Land has 328'on Hwy 9 and 45T on Panhandle
Rd, and is across Hwy 90 from Oak Station Shopping Center. Officebuiild-
ing containsover 2,000 sq. ft.with city water andsewer. MLS 07-1814
2393 HIGHWAY 2, CAMPBELLTON, FL Nice 1804 sq. ft., 2 bedrooms, 2
bath home has new roof, new paint, hardwood floors. Home and L acre
for S99K. Additional 4.25 acres that aoe zoned commercial can beIpur-
chased for S28K. MLSM 08-854
3898 PEANUT ROAD, COTTONDALE, FL 28 ac located behind home,
listed at only S62K. Portion of property cleared and still has some iriga-
bon hoses intact. Wooded area has a couple of small ponds. There is a
legal ingress and egress easement from the highway to this property.
Home and 2 ac. can be purchased for S69K. MLS #08-241
3898 PEANUT ROAD, COTTONDALE, FL 2 bedrooms, 2 bath home
located on 2 ac has new roof, new insulationand siding, new 50 gal. water
heater, central WA approx 6 years old. Huge shed with elec & water.
Pnced to sell at S62K. An additional 28 acres can be purchased for the
low pnce of S69K. MLS #08-240.
4560 Hwy. 71, Greenwood Beautiful 3/2 home on over 1 ac..with
3,777 SF, under roof, top of the line skyline with upgraded insulation,
windows, marble window sills, gas fireplace; stereo system with sur-
round sound, large kitchen that has 32 cabinets, 20x28 workshop with
a/c, 40x36 pole barn with concrete flooring, 20x16 shed; 4 car
attached carport w/ceiling fans. 10x20 screened porch. Home s a
must see, MLS#08-1106 S164,000
GRAY OAK WAY, MARIANNA, FL Beautiful new construction 3/2 home
buill in Greenfietd Subdivision. Home is sffitng on one of the largest-cor-
ner lots (1 ac). Home is complete & ready to move in. Upgraded every-
thing. Call today & make your appointment. Asking price on this executive
fir. i: ri, s /I f : t-a'rW 1 rrrrhn--t a t h rt-
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site of the new proposed Country Crossings, wit approx. 1/2 mile ngn-
way 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. CALL FOR DETAILS' MLS #08-852
TRACT 1 PITTMAN HILL RD, MARIANNA, FL This property offers sev-
eral beautnul homes site on it & is approx 1 mile from Compass Lake in
the Hills, There are a total of 9 tracts that are being offered that adjoin this
property It Is being offered in 20 acre tracts & is being offered as a whole
or a majorprice reduction. Check them out. Call 850-209-8870 for details
today. MLS 0-856 thru 0-865
Very nice 3/2 located on approx 1.35 acres. One car carport and a shed Out'
back. Poo liner was replaced within the pagt 2 years as wll as a new motor
in the 'poou pump, new air conditioner 1 /2 years ago and new flooring
throughout the home. Appliances are all new wth flat top stove, side by side
refrigerator and new dishwasher approx, 2 yearS ago Owner is motivated,
bring all offers. MLS8-1378 147,500
2466 DILMORE RD, COTTONDALE, FL
* 2/2 Home on 6 acres Fronts Dilmore Rd and 1-10 OWNER
FINANCING MLS# 08-1627 $54,900
2361 SANDOVAL SiALFORD EL
* 3/2 Home located in CLH's 16x17 covered porch Current survey,
appraised at S99K OWNER MOTIVATED *MLSI 08-1626 $74,900
7591 HWY 90, GRAND RIDGE, FL
- 1.07 acre lot Corner of Hwy 90 & Morgan Loop High & dry, 396'on
Hwy 90 OWNER FINANCING- MLS# 08-1628 $39,000
TBD CANTERBURY DR, MARIANNA, FL
SLot 3 & 6 are available or S14K each Close to town just off Hwy 71S
* Great lots for landihome package MLSO 08-1629 /14,000
TBD WOODBERRY RD, MARIANNA, FL
SLot 9 in Hill-DaleEstates Located just off Pebble Hill Rd.
* OWNER FINANCING! MLSI 08-163 0 $6.000
2891 LAWRENCEVILLE RD, COTTONDALE, FL
- 2 3 acres Located on corner of Lawrencefville & Moore Rd Could
be spit tfor 2 home stes MLS 08-185 541,000
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* 2.992 SF under roof 312 wilh 3 car garage in-ground pool, fenced
in back yard Screened in back porch OWNER FINANCING'
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Broker/Owner Realtor Realtor
"Building Success One
Client at a Time"
P.O. Box 190, Greenwood, FL 32443
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