Title: Jackson County Floridan
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Title: Jackson County Floridan
Alternate Title: Sunday Floridan
Floridan
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Jackson County Floridan
Publisher: Chipola Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Marianna, Fla
Publication Date: October 19, 2008
Copyright Date: 2009
Frequency: daily (except saturday and monday)[<1979-1995>]
weekly[ former 1934-<1955>]
daily
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Subject: Newspapers -- Marianna (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jackson County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States of America -- Florida -- Jackson -- Marianna
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
General Note: "Independent."
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028304
Volume ID: VID00091
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: ltuf - ACA5476
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Preceded by: Times-courier (Marianna, Fla. : 1947)
Preceded by: Marianna Floridan

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Shooting continued after man's death
BY KATE McCARDELL
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
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in the shooting that left Sneads
resident Thadius
Garrett dead,
but are still
search for the
murder suspect.
Meanwhile,
an investigation
is under way on
an apparent
drive-by shoot- Thadius
ing at the sus- Garrett
pect's residence,
which allegedly occurred in the
hours after Garrett was pro-
nounced dead..
Adam Bolds, 23, of Sneads, is
wanted on an open count of mur-
der, according to the Jackson
County Sheriff's Office.
Bolds allegedly shot Garrett
Thursday evening at his home on
Blue Springs Road, according to
the sheriff's department.
A JCSO report said officers
found Garrett lying under a car-
port suffering from several gun-
shot wounds. He was pronounced
dead at Jackson Hospital at 6:06
p.m.
"Witnesses at the scene stated
that three white males later iden-
tified as Adam Shay Bolds,
James Donavon Cook III and
James Eugene Hardy, arrived at
the scene in a white SUV style
vehicle. The driver, Adam Bolds,
allegedly exited the vehicle ;and


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Robert Bolds points out damage caused by a bullet. Mark Skinner / Floridan


became involved in brief alterca-
tion with Garrett. During the
altercation Bolds allegedly pro-
duced a handgun and fired sever-
al shots at Garrett. The three sus-


pects then fled eastbound on Blue
Springs Road toward Dellwood,"
read a JCSO report..
Hardy was taken into custody
later when he was found walking


down Cloud Road, according to
JCSO, and Cook was later taken
-into custody in Calhoun County.
Cook and Hardy were both
charged with principle to murder


James D. James
Cook III Eugene Hardy
in the first degree, according to
JCSO;.
The sheriff's department also
See SHOOTING, Page 7A >


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FLORIDAN STAFF REPORT ;'
.The Marianna" Police
Department arrested a fugitive at
Marianna Garden Apartments
Friday.
Markus Lamar Lasane bad
been on the run
since July 2008,
according to
MPD, with
active felony
warrants for
violation of
state probation.
Marianna
Officer Kirk Markus Lamar
Wat ford Lasane
received a tip on,
Lasane's whereabouts earlier that
day, and he advised Sgt. Russell
McNeal and Officer Tyler
Scarborough of the information,
according to a news release from
MPD.
After a short period of time, a
tenant at Marianna Garden
Apartments allowed the officers
to search the apartment, said the
news release.
Sgt. McNeal found Lasane hid-
ing in a Rubbermaid container
under several articles of clothing,
according to MPD.
Lasane was taken into custody
and transported to Jackson
County Correctional Facility for
holding.
"The Marianna Police
Department would like to thank
all of the citizens that gave infor-
mation that led to the capture of
Lasane," the news release said.


Fish fry first of fund


raisers for fire department
BY KATE McCARDELL
FL...I.DNSTAFF WRITER


The Sneads Volunteer Fire Department is
stepping upto' raise funds for much-needed
new equipment, and Sneads City Manager
Ed Kilpatrick is hoping the community will
step up to help them out.
The VFD has scheduled the first of a
series of fund raisers, with a goal of raising
about $23,000 to purchase several pieces of
new equipment.
"The money would help finance the pur-
chase of new bunker gear, extrication
equipment, radios ,and pagers," said
Kilpatrick.
A fish fry fund raiser is set for Oct. 25,
from 3 to 7 p.m., at Adam Tucker Wilson
Park.
In addition to food and fun, the VFD will
also hold a raffle in conjunction with the
event.
Kilpatrick said the top prize is a shot'
gun. Raffle participants will also have a
chance to win a $75, food package and
other prizes.
He said people should also be on the
look out for an upcoming boot drive to be
held by the VFD, with the exact date yet to
be announced.
"That's where they walk around with
their bunker boot and you can put money in
it," said Kilpatrick.
' Other fund raising events will be
announced as plans are confirmed, said
Kilpatrick.
The VFD currently has 16 active volun-
teers, with Buddy Jeter and Russel
McAlpin leading the group as chief and
assistant chief.
To recognize the VFD, the Town of
Sneads has put forth a proclamation desig-
nating next week as Sneads Volunteer Fire
Department Week.
"Besides all of the fires and accidents


Alex McAlpin loads some of the Sneads Volunteer Fire Departments extraction equip-
ment onto a truck Friday. Mark Skinner / Floridan
they respond to, they're also there in hurri- keeping roads cleared, directing traffic.
canes and in other types of emergency sit- Everybody should show their appreciation
nations. They're out in the community for these volunteers," said Kilpatrick.
lending support to fire rescue and police,


Car shop chaos leaves four
vehicles, building, man damaged
FLORIDAN STAFF REPORT
Florida Highway Patrol reported a car shop calamity at Vannoys
Tire Center in Escambia County on Saturday.
The incident left four vehicles, a tire machine and the tire store'
heavily damaged, and cause one man to be injured, according to high-
way patrol. '
According to narrative from an FHP report:
The driver of vehicle A, a mechanic, was in the process of trou-
bleshooting an equipment defect when the accelerator stuck. Vehicle
B entered the garage area an immediately collided with the lift Vehicle
See CHAOS, Page 7A >


Carters Mill Road sidewalk

project set to start next week


BY KATE McCARDELL
FLORIDAN STAFF REPORT
Starting next week, a sidewalk
project near Golson Elementary
School will begin.
According to Marianna
.Municipal Development
Director Kay Dennis, sidewalks
will be installed on Carters Mill


Road from Kelson Avenue to
Union Hill Road.
iThe project, said Dennis, will
continue through the first of next
year.
"The sidewalk will be
between Kelson and 2nd Street
on the west side of the road, and
from Second Street to Union
Hill on the east side," explained


Dennis.
Dennis said money for the
project comes from Community
Traffic Safety Team funds,
through the Florida Department
of Transportation. She said the
total funding is $
David H. Melvin Inc. is engi-
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October 19 -Sunday
Southeastern Community Blood Center's
mobile unit will be accepting blood donations at
St Joseph The Worker from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Call 526-4403.

October 20 Monday
Jackson County Health Department Flu
Shot Clinic is Oct. 20-21, at the main facility,
corner of Fourth Street and Fifth Avenue,
Marianna. Flu shots are $35; pneumonia shots
are $45.Call 526-2412 for an appointment.
Cash, check, Visa, Mastercard or Medicare Part
B (bring card) accepted.
An exhibition of works by local artists fea-
turing Jackson County images runs Oct. 20-30,
Sat the Russ House in Marianna. Viewing hours:
S8:30 a.i. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. No
charge tb view. The exhibition pieces will be
sold at the Oct. 30 Art Auction and Wine Tasting
event, beginning at 5 p.m. Proceeds benefit the
Russ House Endowment fund. Call the Jackson
SCounty Chamber of Commerce, 482-8060, for
more information.
The Jackson Hospital Finance Committee's
finance meeting starts at 6:30 p.m., in the
Community Room of the Hudnall Building.
The Alford Community Organization, a-non-
profit organization, meets the third Monday of
each month, at 6 p.m., at the Alford Community
Center, located at the Ball Park on Park Avenue.
New members welcome. Call 579-4482, 579-
4871,579-4310 or 579-0199.
Alcoholics Anonymous has an open meet-
ing each Monday, from 8 to 9 p.m., at the First
SUnited Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.;
Marianna. Use rear church entrance.
The monthly general membership meeting
of. the Theophilus West, M.D., Camp 1346,
Sons of Confederate Veterans will be held at 7
p.m., at the Harmony Masonic Lodge, 3024 N.


Jefferson St., Marianna.
Jackson County AARP Chapter 3486 meets
at noon, in the student center of the United
Methodist Church of Marianna and will cele-
brate the 50th anniversary of AARP. AARP
State Director Nancy Stanton will speak.
Covered dish lunch; please .bring a dessert,
vegetable or beverage to complement fried
chicken.
Jackson County Development Council,.
Inc.'s monthly board of directors meeting starts
at 5 p.m., in the conference room of the Nearing
Court Office Building, 2840 Jefferson St.,
Marianna.
The Chipola Historical Trust meets on the
:third Monday of each month, at 6 p.m., at the
Da'is-West House, 4448 Putnam St.,
Marianna.'

October 21 Tuesday
Jackson County Health Department Flu
Shot Clinic is Oct. 20-21, at the main facility,
corner of Fourth Street and Fifth Avenue,
Marianna..Flu shots are $35; pneumonia shots
are $45.Call'526-2412 for an appointment.
Cash, check, Visa, Mastercard or Medicare Part
B (bring card) accepted.
Alcoholics Anonymous has an open meet-
ing each Tuesday, from 8 to.9 p.m., at the First
United Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna. Use rear church entrance.
Chipola Regional Arts Association's preview
of the upcoming Sunday Afternoon with the
Arts exhibit presented by local artists, Dawn
Prietz, Robbie Crowther and Nancy Zurenda,
will be part of the CRAA monthly Dutch-treat
luncheon at Jim's Buffet and Grill in Marianna.
Buffetluncheon is 11:30 a.m. to 12 p.m.; brief
business meeting and program follow.
Jackson County Women for Obama 2008
meets at the Chipola Rainbow Office behind


. Bryant's Enterprises on Orange Street in
Marianna, at 6 p.m. Qall 573-0152.

October 22 Wednesday
The Jackson Hospital Board of Trustees
meets at 5:30 p.m., in the Community Room of
the Hudnall Building.
Alcoholics Anonymous has an open meet-
ing each Wednesday, noon to 1 p.m., at the
First United Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia.
St., Marianna. Use rear church entrance.

October 23 Thursday
Lakisha Griffin of Big Bend AHEC
Tallahassee hosts free diabetes classes cover-
ing both prevention and control, Oct.,16, 23 and
30, at 10 a.m., in the Jackson County Senior
Citizens center, 2931 Optimist Dr., Marianna.
Alcoholics Anonymous meets each
Thursday for a "closed'discussion," 8 to 9 p.m.,
at the First United Methodjst Church, 2901
Caledonia St., Marianna. Ose rear church
entrance. Attendance is'limited to persons with
a desire to stop drinking.
Southeastern Community Blood Center's
mobile unit will be accepting blood donations at
Blountstown High School from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Call 526-4403.
Office Hours with Congressman Allen
Boyd's (D-North Florida) staff are from 9:30 to
11:30 a.m., in the Jackson County Commission
board room, across the street from the Jackson
County Courthouse in Marianna; and from 1 to
2:30 p.m., in the Graceville City Hall
Commission Room in Graceville.
* Tickets go on sale today for the Chipola
College, production of the dramatic comedy,
"Bus Stop," set in a howling snowstorm with a
busload of weary travelers holed up at a road-
side diner. It opens a four-day run Nov. 6. Call
718-2220.


E-mail Community Calendar items to editorial@jcfloridan.com, fax to 482-4478, mail to P.O. Bpx 520, Marianna, FL 32447, or bring to 4403 Constitution Lane. Include contact phone number.


MARIANNA POLICE"
The Marianna Police Department list-
ed the following incidents for Oct. 17,


POLICE ROUNDUP
up, one power lines down, one special
detail and one stolen tag.


the latest available report: Not available. JACKSON COUNTY CORREC-
TIONAL FACILITY
JACKSON COUNTY The following persons were booked
SHERIFF'S OFFICE into the county jail. during the latest
The Jackson County Sheriff's Office reporting periods:
listed the following incidents for Oct. Eric Boyd, 33, 5460 MLK Rd.,
17, the latest available report: One Bristol, uttering forgery, hold for
alarm, one child abuse, one civil Gadsden County.
dispute, three criminal mis- --- James Hardy, 43, 4296
chief/vandalism, one distur- -' = Thunder Rd., Sneads, principal
bance, one forgery/fraud, one ~, in the first degree to homicide.
garbage/litter complaint, two R- LKAE James Cook, 22, 4296
information report, three larceny, 18. _ML Thunder Rd., Sneads, principal
one loud noise/music complaint, in the first degree to homicide.
one mentally ill person, one patrol Nickolas Tindel, 23, 4860 Davis
request, one prowler/peeping tom, two Dr., Marianna, violation of court order.
public service, two shooting in area, Don Smith, 45, 1511 163rd Ave.,
seven suspicious incident/person/vehi- Apt. 49, San Leandro, CA, possession
cle, three threat, two traffic accident, six of drug paraphernalia, loitering and
traffic stop, three transport, one tres- prowling.
passing, one violation of injunction, two Marcus Lasane, 19, 3239 Oblong
warrant arrest/prisoner in custody, one Circle, Marianna, violation of state
reckless driver/vehicle, one 911 hang- probation.


John Perkins, 28, 4552 Dunaway
Rd., Bascom, aggravated assault with a
deadly weapon.
Justin Glenn, 25, 4372 Kelly Ave.,
Marianna, violation of state probation.
Tara Hocking, 25, 3737 Domestic
Ave., Suite 3, Naples, driving while
license suspended or revoked with
knowledge.
Anthony Holden, 20, 2920
Harrison St., Marianna, hold for court,
hold for DOC.
Antron Edwards, 29 16838 NW
38th Ct., Miami, aggravated battery
with deadly weapon.
Brandon Palmer, 31, 2914 Wynn
St., Marianna, driving while license
suspended/revoked, violation of state
probation.
JAIL POPULATION: 211
To report a crime, call
CrimeStoppers at 526-5000.
To report a wildlife violation, call 1-
888-404-FWCC (3922).


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It Right!

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Floridan strives to
make sure content in
the newspaper is accu-
rate and factual. When
the Floridan learns
that it has. made an
error, it is our policy to
correct the mistake
promptly. To report an
error, please call the
newsroom at .526-
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Writer says country is
almost unrecognizable

Dear editor,

Frankly, I am fed up with using the
term "liberal," which in my view has lim-
ited negative connotations. Oh, excuse
me, did I go negative? Doctor, I need to
need to know what the problem is, but
please keep it positive. I just can't take
anything "negative." Well then, patient,
your left knee looks pretty good and the
hair on the sides of your head is rather
full. Let me know if you should like
some information on that large growth on
your right kidney.
It is very disturbing to me that many, if
not most, citizens will follow the fluff of
moving lips without truly listening to
what the speaker is saying. Barak Obama
is a master at saying absolutely nothing,.
beautifully.
In the final presidential debate he kept
referring to cuts in spending, but the only
time he got specific was in Head Start
and Public Education when he brought up
more spending (excuse me I thought we
were talking about the reduction of
spending):
Giving parents a choice with vouchers
was so taboo to him he resorted to stating
faulty data (I would not want to call him
a liar. Actually, I would, but he is guilty
of so much lying that I want save them
for the meaningful ones.)
His idea to solve the Public school
debacle was to spend more money and
"school reform." Well, we already know
how much money we have already wast-
ed on government propaganda machines
known as federally funded Public School.
But guess what? William Ayres, the
washed up terrorist (whose wife is sus-
pected of killing one police officer and
severely wounding another in a 1970 San
Francisco bombing constructed by her) is
known in:Chicago as a "School: ,
Reformer." : .
Since his Radical Left Wing Terrorist
days, he has devoted his life to reforming
and teaching how to indoctrinate our
youth about living in a "one-world" mind
set, where America basically sucks: It is
actually much worse thantit sounds,, but
others have written books on the subject.
You don't need me to do that.
Barak Obama is a repressive socialist.
He probably wont be in office long
enough to destroy us, but if the .
Democrats get a super majority we are in
trouble. 'Every Constitutional right you
cherish will be at stake..
'The Americaii hating left wing social-'
ists took our courts by subterfuge. Now
they are going after the grand prize: Your -
Granddad does not recognize this country
now. We will not recognize it soon.

Don Calton '
Marianna, FL

Writer offers her view of
Christian values in politics -

Dear Editor,

I am not a college educated person, but
I am a Christian. I do not judge a person
concerning their religious beliefs because
our country was founded on the Bible, so
people could worship the way they
believed to be right.
I would not tell anyone how to vote,
but I think we have failed our fore fathers
in many ways be not seeking God's will
before we vote. I am sure many
Christians have voted in ways they have
regretted, but human nature is failure.
Think about it When you vote for a
person that upholds the "Rights for Gay
Marriage" and "Abortion," are clearly
going against God's commandments.
"Marriage is between one man and one
woman." Abortion is murder, "shedding
of innocent blood," which is an abomina-
tion to God.
You decide which candidate you the
people need for a leader that will be a
leader for the people that are not the
"Rich and Fabulous" that can benefit
from his actions.
Haven't we had enough of the rich get
richer and the poor get poorer? I think so.
.Please vote your choice, but pray for
the right choice.

Thank you,

Rebecca Maloy
Marianna, FL

Writer declares there's a
crisis in America

Dear Editor:

There is plenty of blame to go around
for the mortgage meltdown this country is
witnessing. It's not just the CEO's of the
affected companies like AIG, Merrill


price per barrel between September 23rd
and October 10th.
The lifting of the ban; however, could
be in jeopardy next year with a new con-
gress and president,. This would be a big
mistake economically. First, the price of
oil would increase and raise the price all
of us pay at the pumps every, day..
Second, reinstituting the ban on offshore
drilling would preclude the United States
from significantly increasing domestic oil
production, and that is critical. If we
increase domestic oil produc-tion to a
level that replaces half the oil we present-
ly import, our economy would benefit by
$150 billion annu-ally, a win-win situa-
tion.
Our country's energy'policy should be
directed at developing alternative sources
of energy, i.e. wind, solar, natural gas,
nuclear, ethanol, bio-mass, etc. Drilling
for oil now will take a few years to show
up at the pumps, but.in the long term per-
spective, it buys us time to get the alter-
native sources of energy in place and
online.
This country faces an even bigger prob-
lem. Half of our (tax return filing) popu-
lation reported adjusted gross income less
than $32,000 for 2006. The Internal
Revenue Service statistics show that
135,719,000 returns were filed for 2006
and 67,860,000 of these returns reported \
less than $32,000 in income. Statistics
that are missing from this report is the *
number of Americans that do not even
file a return, but on the other hand, many
students working part-time who file
income tax returns have been included in
this count. The statistics go on to show
that' only 3%'of all personal income taxes
are paid by the bottom half of our (filing)
popula-tion.
The real story in this set of statistics is
that it has become evident that half, or
more, of America's population either-does
not have sufficient education and/or skills
to secure better paying jobs, or has
become' destined to live with government
entitlements. Looking back, the Bureau
of Labor Statistics reported 4.6% unem-
ploy-ment rate in both 2006 & 2007,
which is considered low unemployment.
I think it is a forgone conclusion that
half pf our society, for the most part, is
without health insurance and.requires a
vast majority of the social services in this
Country. If you were to assume that
somehow we could fund health insurance
for everyone inthis country I question
whether our health care industry is
equipped to provide quality personal care
on such a larger scale. Without tort
reform there would be a feeding frenzy
by lawyers.
Long-term improvement to the
American economy must include elevat-
ing the income of this section of our soci-
ety. This cannot be accomplished by giv-
ing away tax incentives and other gim-
micks. Rather than focus-ing on redistri-
bution and sharing of wealth through /
entitlement and taxes, we should focus
our efforts on providing the education,
training and incentives to raise the
income and standard of living of those
less fortu-nate so that more of our citi-.
zens are equipped to make a good living
and provide for their families without
relying upon governments entitlements.
We have all been taught if you give a
man a fish you feed him for a day, if you
teach a man to fish you feed him for a
lifetime.
We need to identify and target the less
fortunate and provide job training and/or
education to match industry jobs avail-
able in their areas. Campbell Soup
Company recently aflnounced that it
would contribute $10 million over the
next five years to Camden's (New Jersey)
neighborhood revitalization ef-forts, job
training initiatives and projects to benefit
youth,, such as after-school and summer
pro-grams. This is a good example of a
company investing back into its local
community. This type program will be
much more successful than government-
backed initiatives. We need tax policy to
provide incentives that are based on.
measured deliverables
If we continue the current path, the
entitlements society mindset will contin-
ue to expand and bankrupt this country.

J. Philip Tyler
Marianna, Florida i


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beyond govern-ment officials charged
with overseeing our financial system, arid
there were plenty of opportunities over
the last several years for our congression-
al representatives, Democrats and
Republicans, to have done something
about the ness this has turned into.
Don't overlook the fact that the sub-prime
mortgage program was birthed under the
Clintonr administration. Couple that with
mortgage brokers who lined their pockets
with mortgage fees oi mortgage applica-
tions where they knowingly failed to doc-
ument income tax returns, failed to verify
income, and recommended debt levels
well in excess of applicants' ability to
repay. All this... in the interest of .
increasing their own fees. Lastly, we
look at the applicants who took on iore
debt than they could ever hope to pay
back. That's enough on blame.
The economic storm that is ravaging
our country's financial system has been
brewing for three decades. The mortgage
meltdown we have witnessed is merely
the defining event in a series of failed fis-
cal policies. The mortgage meltdown is
not the cause of our problem. It is simply
the effect. Before we discuss the cause of
the economic crisis, let's understand why
the free-falling real estate values and'
mortgage melt-down is not the. cause of
our problem.
When yo. examine the real
estate/mortgage meltdown, no money
leaves this country. It just changes hands.
Let's look at a couple of examples.
During the days of spiraling real estate
-values we saw Americans buying homes
at a rapid pace at prices that continued to
escalate beyond our expectations. The
Sub-Prime Mortgage program made it all
too easy for individuals to get approval
for mortgages in excess of their ability to
repay. It also became routine practice for
families to refinance their homes, open
new or expand existing home equity lines
and/or second mortgages. The loan-pro-
ceeds, in many cases were used to pay off
credit cards, or some other fornmof debt.
For those unfortunate cases where fore-
closure occurred, no money left America,
it just changed hands.
Consider individuals flipping real
estate trying to turn a quick profit, partic-
ularly with condominiums along the
'beaches herein the Panhandle of Florida.
For 'those that got stuck with the proper-
ties when the market turned south, and
were ultimately foreclosed on, again no
money left the country. It just changed
hands.
The decline of real estate values and
mortgage meltdown is the result, or
effect, brought on by the real issue, and
that is the transfer of wealth out of
America. Over the last three decades our
country has experienced a huge transfer
of wealth into primarily oil-rich coun-
tries, which for the most-part, love to hate
us, but that's another story. I base my
position on our country's trade deficits
which began in the 1970's following the
197-3 oil embargo. Our trade deficits
total $6.4 trillion over the last thirty
years. The last ten years alone account
for $4.87 trillion in deficits. I see two
major components contributing to the
expansion of our trade deficits NAFTA
& importing foreignoil.
It is estimated by some that as many as
1 million jobs in America have been dis-
placed to Canada and Mexico since the
agreement was signed in 1993 during the
Clinton administration. If you were to
place a $50,000 (salary & benefits) value
on each of the 1 million jobs lost to
NAFTA, the annual loss of income to our
coun-try's population is $50 billion.
The other contributor to the trade
deficit is our importation of foreign oil.
During the last four years we have
imported an average of 3.75 billion bar-
rels of oil each year. If we use a value of
$80 per barrel, our cost to import foreign
oil is $300 billion each year. Fortunately,
the Democrats who control the House of
Represen-tatives, announced on
September 24th they would allow the ban
on off-shore drilling to expire on October
1st. The price of oil has fallen sharply in
the time-frame shared by both the eco-
nomic crisis and since September 24th
when Congressional Democrats agreed to
allow the US government's 26-year-old
ban on oil drilling along the coastlines to
expire on October 1st. I believe the latter
played a major role in the $30 drop in


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The Marianna City Commission will conduct a public hear-
ing on November 4, 2008 at 6:00 p.m., in the City
Commission Chamber located at 2897 Jefferson Street,
Marianna, Florida to consider the adoption of the following
Ordinance:


Ordinance 971: An Ordinance Amending Ordinance 812,
which adopted the City of Marianna Comprehensive Plan,
to provide for the adoption of a certain Small Scale Future
Land Use Map Amendment (SSA 08-06) to the City of
Marianna Comprehensive Plan


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Street/Rosewood Road intersection within the City of
Marianna. The current land use designation is Jackson
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Copies of the request may be viewed in the City. of
Marianna Municipal Development Department located at
2897 Jefferson Street, Marianna, Florida during regular
business hours or by calling (850) 482-2786.


PUBLIC HEARING

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You are hereby notified that the City Commission of the City of Marianna will
meet and consider the adoption of the following resolutions at 5:00 P.M. local time
in its meeting to be held on the 30th day of October 2008 in the Commission
Meeting R6om at Marianna City Hall, 2898 Green Street, Marianna, Florida. The
Resolution being described as follows:

RESOLUTION NO. 2008-22

A Resolution of the City of Marianna imposing a lien, in favor of the City, on real
Property owned by the Albert D. Hayes and Dudley Hayes, for the costs of abate-
Sment of a nuisance!

RESOLUTION NO. 2008-23

.A Resolution of the City of Marianna imposing a lien, in favor of the City, on real
property owned by the Michael C. Byers and William G. Miles, for the costs of
abatement of a nuisance.

RESOLUTION NO. 2008-24

SA Resolution of the City of Marianna imposing a lien, in favor of the City, on real
, property owned by the Nathaniel Pollock, Sr. and Rosa Pollock, for the costs of
Abatement of a nuisance.

RESOLUTION NO. 2008-25

A Resolution of the City of Marianna imposing a lien, in favor of the City, on real
property-owned by the Heirs of Larry E. Teems, for the costs of abatement of a
nuisance.

A copy of the proposed Resolutions may be inspected by the public at the City
SMunicipal Development Office in Marianna City Hall.

CITY OF MARIANNA

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2 was on. This impact caused hit a wall and door guide of the In addition to all four vehicles he ran from the building in an
Vehicle B to rotate before it fell off building, causing extensive dam- being damaged, the lifts were also attempt to escape being run over,
the lift and landed on its right side. age. damaged due to the rotation that according to highway patrol.
Vehicle A continued through the Vehicle C rotated and collided occurred during the incident, Highway patrol reported that all
garage, colliding with a tire with Vehicle D, which was also on according to highway patrol. properties damaged, assessed at
machine and the left side of Vehicle a lift. After this, Vehicle C fell nose None of the vehicles were occu- about $40,000,' will be covered by
C. The impact with the tire first, with its rear still stuck on the pied, but the owner of Vehicle D Vannoy's Tire Center liability cov-
machine caused the tire machine to lift. reported sustaining an injury when erage.


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confirmed Saturday that officers
responded to what appears to be a
drive-by shooting at Bolds' home,
*as well as at his father's home,
early Friday morning.
"It was between 2:30 a.m and 3
a.m. and I was on the phone with
Adam. He was gonna turn himself
in. He was saying 'Daddy, I'm
Coming back.' He said 'Daddy, I'm
right here near you.' And that's
when I heard 'Bang,bang,bang.'
And I yelled into the phone
iiey ie shooting at you, son.
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Run.' And that's the last thing I
said to him," said Robert Bolds.
"Then my wife yelled, 'Oh no, I
know what that is, get down.' And
that's when the bullets started hit-
ting my house," said Bolds.
Robert Bolds said no one was
injured in the shooting. At least two
bullets struck his house, and anoth-
er hit a tree in front of his house.
Several bullets pierced Adam
Bolds' trailer just down the street.
Robert Bolds said that his daugh-
ter-ir. '., ... grandchildren were


not home at the time.
According to Adam Bold's fami-
ly, the feud was over tire rims that
they say were stolen from Adam.
Robert Bolds said Saturday that
he had not heard from his son since
Thursday's shootings.
Authorities said the killing may
have been related to an earlier
report of trouble.
Earlier on Thursday, investiga-
tors used tracking dogs and a heli-
copter to search for a large, red-
haired man ='r__ and dressed in
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camouflage who was reportedly
upset and claiming that some of his
tire rims had been stolen.
The search went cold, however,
with investigators speculating that
the man had a vehicle waiting for
him on the back side of Lawrence
Road. The shooting was reported a
few hours later in the same neigh-
borhood.
Anyone having information on
Bolds location is asked to contact
the Jackson County Sheriff's
Office at (850),482-9648.


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Evelyn Perkins; a son,

Evelyn Perkins, 77, ofh
Bascom died Saturday, Oct.Ellen Bass
18, 2008, at the Courtyard:
in Mar anna.
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ident of Jackson County,.
Mrs. Perkins was a members
of'the Mt. Olive Baptist
Church, a homemaker and
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wife, Gloria, of Marianna3
death by hera husband,
Thomas G. Perkins; a son,,
Robert Wayne Perkins; her;
parents, Thomas L. and'
Creamer' Culverhousei.
Atwell; one brother, Tom:
Atwell; and three sisters,:

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20, at Maddox Chapel, with
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low at the Lovedale Baptist
Cife, Ellen Resch, of
Sneads; her daughter,
Vice Maloney and hus-e
brother, James Atwell and
wife, Gloria, of Marianna;
four sisters, Maie Harper,'
Linda Griffin and husband,
Gus, all of Port St. Joe, and
Helen Hall and Betty Cross,
both of Bascom; seven
grandchildren; and seven
great-grandchildren.
The funeral service will
be at 11 a.m., Monday, Oct.
20, ar Maddox Chapel, with'
the Rev. Eric Durham offi-
ciating. Interment will fol-
low at the Lovedale Baptist
Cemetery, with James &
Sikes Funeral Home.
The family will receive
friends from 4 to 6 p.m.,
Sunday, Oct. 19, at Maddox
Chapel.


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The Marianna City Commission will con-;
duct a public hearing on November 4, 2008
at 6:00 p.m., in the City Commission
Chambers located at 2897 Jefferson Street,
Marianna, Florida to consider the
Transmittal and adoption of the following
Ordinance to the Florida Department of
Community Affairs:

Ordinance 970: An Ordinance Amending
Ordinance 812, which adopted the City of
Marianna Comprehensive Plan, to provide
for the consideration of transmittal and
adoption of a certain Large Scale
Amendment (LSA 08-02) to the City of
Marianna Comprehensive Plan to revise and
update the existing capital improvements and
traffic circulation elements in accordance
with Chapter 163, Florida Statutes; Providing'
,a severability clause and for repealer; and
Providing for an effective date.

Interested parties are encouraged to attend
the meeting. More information can be
obtained and the proposed changes may be
inspected at the City of Marianna Municipal
Development Department located in City
Hall, 2897 Jefferson Street, Marianna,
Florida (telephone 850-482-2786). Persons
wishing to comment may do so in person at
the public hearing or in writing to the City of
Marianna Municipal Development
Department.

If a person desires to appeal a decision made
by the City Commission with respect to any
matter, that person will need to ensure that a
verbatim record of the proceedings is made
which record includes the testimony and
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Graceville


Harvest Fest


Above: Betty Chance of Headland, Ala. sings along with Shane
Owens as she gets ready to take a cell phone picture with his at the
Graceville Harvest Day Festival Saturday. Below: Eight year old
Jennifer Frost watches the Graceville Harvest Day car show from
the roof of a 1964 Chevy side step pickup. Mark Skinner/
Floridan


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sport of fly'ball at Pet-toberfest. Mark Skinner/ Floridan


Pretending to be a hot dog may have been making Honey hungry
at Pet-toberfest. Mark Skinner/ Floridan


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If you are interested in adopting any of
these pets from Partners for Pets, come by
4011 Maintenance Dr., in Marianna. The
shelter hours are Monday through Friday 10
a.m. 3 p.m.and Saturday 10:00 1:00. You
can also call the shelter at 482-4570 for
more information or visit www.partnersfor-


pets.petfinder.com Thanks to all of the spon-
sors, local businesses that donated items,
volunteers, participants and media that
helped make Pet-toberfest a success. We
wish to express our appreciation for your
continued support during these tough eoo-
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Ashley Marie Casey and Eric Dean Branch


Tooles welcome a son


Mr. and Mrs. Sean and
Brittani Toole of Marianna
announce the birth of a son,
Skyler Brice Toole, on Oct.
11, 2008, at 3:18 p.m., at
Jackson Hospital in
Marianna.
At birth, he weighed
seven pounds, three ounces,
and was 20 inches in length.
He is the couple's first
child.
Maternal grandparents
are William and Lisa
Nelson of Sneads, and
Shane and Nicholette York
of Marianna.
Paternal grandparents are
Jeff Toole of Marianna, and
Kathy Toole of Cottondale.
Great-grandparents are
Leonard and .Suzanne
Crawford of Sneads and
Broadalbin, N.Y., and Betty
Toole of Marianna, and the


Casey, Branch engaged Scott turns 5


Ashley Marie Casey
and Eric Dean Branch
are pleased to announce
their engagement 'and
wedding. The bride-elect
is the daughter of Ronnie
and Cindy Casey, of the
Rocky Creek communi-
ty. She is the grand-
daughter of Gladys and
the .late Early Casey of
Marianna; and Nolan
Guidroz and the late
Dianne of Louisiana.
The prospective
groom is the son of
Harold and Judy Branch
of Shady Grove. He is
,the grandson of Lamar
and the late Avie Dell
Branch of Shady Grove;
and the late Ross and


Luzelle Hicks of Sneads.
Ashley is a 2003 grad-
uate of Marianna High
School and is currently
employed at Kelson
Drugs.
Eric is a 1999 graduate
of Grand Rfdge High
School and is presently
the owner. of Branch
Trucking.
The wedding is sched-
uled for Saturday, Nov.
15, 2008, at 3 p.m., at the
Sneads First United
Methodist .Church. A
reception will follow at 5
p.m., in the W.T. Neal
Civic Center in
Blountstown. All friends
and family are invited to
attend.


'Georgia Rai Scott of
Sneads, celebrated her fifth
birthday with a pizza party
at Pappy Tom's in Sneads,
on July 7, 2008. Her actual
birthday was July 4, .
She is the daughter of
Chad .and Anna Scott of
Sneads.
Georgia's grandparents'
are Bobby and Jan Cook of
Grand Ridge, and Carlton
Scott and Patsy Flores,
both of Sneads.
Her great-grandparents
are Ray and Mildred
Folsom of Grand Ridge,
and John William'Cook of
Sneads. Also joining
Georgia in her birthday cel-
ebration was her new baby
sister, Carrington, as well
as many other relatives and
friends.


Skyler Brice Toole


late John Toole, Dean and
Cathy McCoury of
Marianna, Andy and Cathy
York of Charleston, S.C.,
and Dewayne and Christine
Charles of Compass Lake.


Florence Jordan Bellamy,


Bellamy celebrates 95th


A "Celebration of Life"
was held on Sunday, Sept.
21, 2008, in Cottondale,
honoring Mrs. Florence
Jordan Bellamy, the oldest
member of the Henshaw
Chapel African Methodist
Episcopal Church. There
she celebrated her 95th
birthday.
The event was sponsored
by the 'Henshaw Chapel
church family and conduct-
ed during the 11 a.m. serv-
ice,, under the leadership of
the Rev. Tony O. Hannah.
Six family members, rep-
resenting six generations,
paid special tribute to her
as .a mother, grandmother,


great-grandmother, great-
great-grandmother and
great-great-great-grand-
mother.
She also received recog-
nition as "Mother of the
Church" and as a dedicated
missionary of the church.
Refreshments were
served in the church fel-
lowship hall, where she
was greeted by family and
friends.
Mrs. Bellamy, better
known as "Big Mama" to
her grandchildren, said that
she owes her longevity to
God, because she never
,could have made it this far
withoAt him.


. Georgia Rai Scott


Willis turns 5 years old


Jaden. Maryssa Willis
recently celebrated her fifth
birthday beginning with a
cupcake party for her and
her classmates in Mrs.
Bradley and Mrs.
Cockerham's pre-K class at
Grand Ridge school.
Jaden and her family
then spent and week cele-
brating at Walt Disney
world in Orlando.
The highlight of the trip
was on her actual birthday,
Sept. 25, when Jaden was
invited to the Bibbidi
.Bobbidi Boutique' where
she was magically trans-
formed into a real princess
by fairy godmothers in
training.


She was then sent off to
eat, take pictures and talk
with the princess:
Ciriderella,' Belle, Ariel,
Jasmine and Aurora.
After returning home,
Jaden had a Disney
Princess party at her home
for her immediate family
members and enjoyed her
fairytale castle cake, hot
dogs and chili.
Jaden is the daughter of
John and Catrina Willis.
She has a younger brother,
Eli, and her grandparents
are Kenneth Dykes, Mary
L. Dykes and Nancy
Marks. ,Her great-grand-
mother is Jacqueline Perry.


Coba B. Williams


WilliamS celebrates 94th


Jaden Maryssa Willis


Mr. Coba B. William's,
born Oct. 20, 1914, in West
Virginia, will celebrate his
birthday today, at home
with a few friends and fam-
ily.
His grandchildren are
Stacey Fishei of Chipley,
David .Ker of Jefferson,
Ohio, and Cheryl Kern of
Gulfport, Miss.
Great-grandchildren are


Christopher Kern of
Gulfport, Miss., Beth
Barnes of Marianna,
Vanessa Kern of Chipley,
Bryan Whitfield of
Marianna, Alex Kern and
Jillian Kern, both of
Jefferson, Ohio, and
Michael Fisher and
Matthew Fisher, both of
Chipley.


Fall season is a reminder to be thankful


BY THOMAS VINCENT MURPHY hockey,- volleyball, tennis,
basketball and other sport:
We're in the month of events during the same sea-
October 2008, but it seems son, the autumn time of the
that not long ago we were year is hard to beat.
beginning the year January If you've ever been to. a
1st 2008. Where has the football game of any level
year gone? (middle school, high
Autumn is my, favorite school, college or profes-
time of the year! However, sional) you know howigreat
living in the great state of it feels to-watch a football
Florida I enjoy all the sea- game in the. cool autumn
sons. air.
My love for autumn has a Another reason that I
lot more to do with what's love this time of the year is
going on than just the the anticipation of one of
weather. I am sure that our greatest Holidays,
many, of you (especially "Thanksgiving".
men) that are sports enthu- Lately, I feel that the
siast know just what I Thanksgiving Holiday has
mean. not been observed with the
After all, when you can excitement and enthusiasm
enjoy watching baseball that was apparent in the'
(the fall playoffs, and past. Perhaps one reason is
World Series), football,


the overlapping affect of
the Christmas Holiday sea-
son..
This year I think that
much more attention and
emphasis will be directed
toward Thanksgiving,
before focusing our atten-
tion totally on the
Christmas Holiday.
One reason Christmas
may not be as effective this
year (as far as the buying
and selling of products) is
that many people are strug-
gling to make ends meet.
I have been told that
Macy's Department Stores
start advertising for
Christmas during the early
"fall" season.
With the economic crisis
in our country these days,
we each must count our


blessings and be thankful
for what we have; and pray
with sincerity- about our
future.
Speaking of
Thanksgiving, giving
thanks should be an every-
day occurrence!
In fact, we all should
consider starting to pray for
our country "now"; make it
a part of our daily routines!
Since, Christmas is being
observed earlier and earlier
each year, .why not let
Thanksgiving overlap the
Christmas season.
The fall season is also a
great time for family activi-
ties. The milder weather
makes things much more
comfortable for walking,
bicycle riding, and in this
part of the country a family


trip to the beach (do it now
before the price of gas goes
back up).
We 'must find ways to
relieve the ever present ten-
sions we've been exposed to
lately.
Economic pressures, the
war in Iraq, and the disas-
ters caused by' serious
weather conditions
throughout the world, has
brought an alarming
amount of coricern to the
world's population.
There 'are some things
that are simply "out of the
control of the average citi-
zen".
With this fact in mind, we
must learn to treasure those
closest to us, and enjoy life
as much as .possible
(according to your means).


Murphy


During this great time of
the year, enjoythe exciting
variety of sports; take
advantage of the beautiful
weather; and look forward
to spending the upcoming
.Holidays With your family
and close friends.


Jackson County Life Policy

Birthdays photographs with copy are free for children 12 years old and under and adults 90 years old and above. There are no excep-
ions.
SAll other birthdays, including those signifying special birthdays such as 40th or 50th must run as paid advertisements.
*' Weddings $35 for the first 250 words. $20 for an additional 150 words. One photo is allowed per wedding.
Engagements $35 for the first 250 words. $20 for an additional 150 words. One photo is allowed per engagement.
Anniversaries Free for the 50th, 75th and any anniversaries above 75. Anniversaries in this category may include up to two photos
an early years of marriage photo and a present-day picture. Anniversaries that do not meet the requirements for free placement cost $35
for the first 250 words and may include one photo. A second photo will cost an additional $20. Also. a charge of $20 will be added for each
additional 150 words.
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Grand Ridge student wins big with photo


Above: A black and white version of the prize-winning photo of Chipolq River by Whitney Thomas.

Left: Whitney Thomas
holds herphotgraph and NOTICE OF LAND USE
awards. Contributed
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Crimson Hattettes hit Mexico Beach


This group of Red Hat Ladies from Marianna have. returned home after vacationing
at Mexico Beach. Frankie Holland and Sissy Toole picked their guitars and sang,
while the others joined in. The ladies had a dress-up pajama party, played games,
shopped and dined around the area, and picked up shells on the beach.
Participating were, from left: Karen Morris, Lucia Preston, Willa Gordon, Dianna
Chambliss (front row); Hoovie Miller, Mozelle Newsome, Eva Brown and Glenda .
-* Bowden (back row). Not pictured: Frankie Holland and Sissy Toole. Contributed
photo


Sunland Fall Festival set for Oct. 25


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
S The 30th Annual Sunland
SFall Festival will be held
Saturday, Oct. 25. The fes-
tival will. be held at the
Environmental Park, at
Sunland Marianna.. The
activities will begin with
the parade at 9 a.m., and the
day will 'conclude around 3
p.m.
Sunland Center reports


that the Fall Festival contin-.
ues to be one of the facili-
.ty's most rewarding and
prosperous events.
The residents and
employees look forward to
this event each year and
joining together with their
family and friends, former
residents, volunteers and
the general public for a day
of fun, shopping, food and
entertainment, according to


a Sunland Center press
release.
For general information
concerning the Fall
Festival, or to reserve
booths for crafts or food
concessions, contact Dawn
Glover at 482-9373; for
entertainment, call Ruthie
Moore or Russell Register
at 482-9371; ahd for parade
information, .. Karen
Henrickson at 482-9386.


The Marianna City Commission will conduct a public
hearing on November 4, 2008 at 6:00 p.m., in the City
Commission Chamber located at 2897 Jefferson Street,
Marianna, Florida to consider the adoption of the
following Ordinance:

Ordinance 964: An Ordinance Amending Ordinance 812,
which adopted the City of Marianna Comprehensive Plan, to
provide for the adoption of a certain Small Scale Future Land
Use Map Amendment (SSA 08-03) to the City of Marianna
Comprehensive Plan

For the following described property:

Roseanne M. Peeler: The parcel is approximately 15 acres in
size and is located on the east side of Jefferson Street within
the City of Marianna. The current land use designation is
Jackson County Conservation, and the proposed land use
designation is City of Marianna Conservation Special
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Interested parties are encouraged to attend the meeting. Copies
of the request may be viewed in the City of Marianna'
Municipal Development Department located at 2897 Jefferson
Street, Marianna, Florida during regular business hours or by
calling (850) 482-2786.


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Tips to'make your monster bash a scream


BY ED BUMGARDNER, TIM
CLODFELTER AND LAURA
GIOVANELLI
MEDIA GENERAL NEWS SERVICE
Halloween is two weeks
away, but some ambitious
souls are already getting
ready to party hearty. After
all, the spooktacular holi-
day falls on a Friday this
year, and most people won't
need to go to work the next
mourning ... er, morning.
We scoured arcane tomes
and picked the brrrrainssss
of some Halloween-loving
lunatics. Here are some tips
we've dug up for throwing a
Halloween skindig ... er,
shindig.
Set the mood with deco-
rations.
You can buy cheap cob-
web material in. the
Halloween section of party
stores ($1 to $3 a bag) and
hang it stretched across a
porch or doorway that
won't get much use. Stretch
it as thin as you can for the
most realistic effect; if it's
clumpy, it'll just look: like
cotton. Add cheap plastic
spiders from the dollar
store.
Lighting is. important.
You can buy colored bulbs
($3-6), or go all-out with
lighting gels; tape them'
over clamp-on fixtures.
Audio & Light Inc. in
Greensboro sells gels for
$7.50 a sheet, enough to
cover four lights. Don't mix
too many coldrs, and avoid
the mix of red and green,
lest your guests think it's
Christmas already. Red and
blue work well.
One easy but effective
decoration is to have the
Invisible Man as a guest.
He can be made with things
found around the house.
Glue or sew a pair of sun-
glasses onto a hat. Use clear
fishing line to suspend the
hat and glasses above a
chair or porch swing. Stuff,
a pair of gloves and set
them on the armrests. You
can wrap one of the gloves
around a beaker to make it
look as if he has just drunk
his invisibility formula.
If you feel ambitious,
old clothes and last year's
Halloween costume can be
..used to create figures to
lurk around the corners of
your porch or peer out the
windows at trick-or-
treaters. You can stuff the
figures with cloth and prop
them up, or if you feel par-
ticularly ambitious, buy
chicken-wire fencing mate-
rial to bend into shape to
create limbs under the
clothing. Flesh out the tor-


sos and limbs by stuffing
them with plastic shopping
bags.
Decorate the yard with
tombstones. They -can be
cut out of wood or
Styrofoam and painted
gray. Decorate them with
names and amusing phras-
es. If it won't freak out your
guests too much, you could
even have their names on
tombstones along the walk-
way leading up to your
house. There are also pre-
made Styrofoam tomb-
,stones to be found at some
stores for $6-20, depending
on how elaborate.they are.
Check out www.hal-
loweenforum:com, a gath-
ering 'place for spooky-
minded folks to share tips,
crafts, and costume ideas.
CDs are available with all
sorts of Halloween sound
effects -- gun shots,
screams creaking doors,
howling wolves, etc. -- that
you can play in the back-
ground. Depending0on your
personality, guests may
actually be fooled -- bonus!
You can play spooky music
(anything with a pipe
organ) or, for the dry-ice-
and-dance-of-the undead
part of the evening, spin
big-beat tunes by such hor-
ror-friendly acts as Rob
Zombie, Lordi, Oingo
Boingo, Alice Cooper, The
Cramps, The Misfits, The
Groovie Ghoulies and any-
thing by a Norwegian
death-metal band (they
don't kid around).
Here are a few sugges-
tions to help you on your
playlist way:
"I Was A Teenage
Zombie," The Fleshtones;
"Frankenstein," The Edgar
Winter Group; "I Walked
With A Zombie," Roky
Erikson; "Eyeball In My
Martini,"' The Camps;
"Everyday Is. Halloween,"
Ministry; "Book IV," Anton
LaVey; "Scary Monsters,"
David Bowie; "The Torture
Never Stops," Frank Zappa;
"Black Sabbath," Black
Sabbath; "It's. Halloween,"
,The Shaggs; "Bela Lugosi's
Dead," Bauhaus; "Dead
Babies," Alice Cooper;
"Danse Macabre," Celtic
Frost; "Boris The Spider,"
The Who; "Horror
Hayride," Webb Wilder;
"The 'Boogie Monster,"
Gnarls Barkley; "Haunted
House," Roy Buchanan;
"Dragula," Rob Zombie;
and "This is Halloween,"
Marilyn Manson.
Even the undead like, to
nosh, though they may
accidentally leave some of
their teeth in the cheese


ball. To set a fine-
Halloween spread, twist
your thinking and dial up
the weirdness.
Two words: dry ice. For
a strikingly sinister punch
bowl, chop dry ice into
small, ice-cube size pieces
and drop a few pieces into
your libation. The punch
will not only smoke -- it
will gurgle and bubble. You
will have to add more dry
ice as your party goes on,
but a little dry ice goes a
long way, so add it sparing-
ly.
It's safe to drink the
punch (dry ice is frozen car-
bon dioxide), but be very
careful not to swallow dry
ice or touch it with your
bare hands -- use gloves to
handle it. It's also a good
idea to remove the ice once
it gets smaller to avoid
pouring it into someone's
cup, according to Dr. John
Spangler, a professor of
family medicine at Wake
Forest' University's School
of Medicine.
Also make sure that any


room in which you are
using dry ice is well venti-
lated.
Up the evil ante with
positively Satanic deviled
eggs -- place a slice of olive
or roasted red pepper in the
middle to make deviled egg
eyes.
Center your entire party
on the mysterious and
murky city of New Orleans,
With crawfish to eat, and.
such traditional cocktails as
Hurricanes and Sazeracs.
For something scary yet
substantial, serve squid-ink
,pasta with a red sauce, blue
corn chips .and salsa,
orange-colored cheddar
cheese melted on squares of
pumpernickel bread for
snacks. .
Make brain cupcakes'--
color white icing with equal
parts red and black food
coloring, then ice cupcakes
using a pastry bag and large
round frosting tip.
Ice with three, layers of
squiggly lines, first on one
half of the cupcake, then
the other, mimicking a


brain's two hemispheres.
You'll need a lot of icing for
these cupcakes, as much as
double as what you would
typically use.
Make creepy finger
cookies:
Finger Cookies
Adapted from The Secret
Life of Food by Clare
Crespo
1 stick unsalted 1 butter,
softened
1 cup powdered sugar
1 egg
1 teaspoon vanilla or'
almond extract
2 34 cups all purpose
flour
1 teaspoon baking pow-
der
1 teaspoon salt
/2 cup sliced almonds
For icing
% cup powdered sugar
1 teaspoon water
In a 'large mixing bowl,
beat the butter until smooth
and creamy. Add the sugar,
egg, almond or vanilla
extract and mix well. Add
the flour, baking 'powder
and salt and beat until com-


pletely mixed. Cover the
dough and refrigerate for 1
hour. Preheat the oven to
325 degrees. Using your
hands, roll a heaping table-
spoon of dough into a fin-
ger shape for each cookie.
If the dough gets sticky and
hard to work with, put it
back in the refrigerator.
Place the fingers on an
ungreased cookie sheet
about 3 inches apart. Use a
toothpick to make knuckle
marks on the cookies, and
flatten the front of each fin-
ger slightly to create a nail.
Put the cookies in the
refrigerator for 20 minutes
or so, until they harden.
Bake 20-25 minutes,
until slightly golden.
Remove from oven and let
cool. Meanwhile, prepare
the icing. Mix the pow-
dered sugar and water
together until the consisten-
cy is similar to a paste.
Attach almond slice "fin-
gerndils" to the tips of the
fingers with icing (it acts
like a glue) Let dry for
about 30 minutes.


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student poll worker train-
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Supervisor of Elections
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Nov. 4 General Election.
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BY ANNE GLOVER
ST. PETERSBURG TIMES
This isn't a political dia-
tribe. It's just our way of
saying be original if you
decide your dog needs to
sport a Halloween costume.
Sure, you can buy a pre-
made outfit at Target (we
loved the purple monkey
and K9 officer costumes
there). And in fact, at least
7 percent of dog owners in
a 2007 survey said they had
bought a Halloween cos-
tume for their dogs, accord-
ing to a pet retailer trade
group. But you don't want
to be one of the pack, do'
you? Here are ideas to help
you be top dog at any pet
costume contest you enter.

Doggie Bowser,
M.D.
Go retro this year with a
nod to the '80s TV series
that introduced us to Neil
Patrick Harris. Get a play
doctor's kit, then create a
doggie scrub suit with baby
or toddler T-shirts that
allow you to stencil or
hand-letter the name of
your hospital and doctor on
the chest and back.
Suggested name: General
Horsepital.

Amy Winehound
Create a nasty mop of'


hair with .a piece of steel
wool (or something similar-
ly ludicrous), throw in a
'60s-inspired scarf to create
the chanteuse's throwback
look, then add in a chain
with a shot glass dangling
from it and you've got your-
self a doozy of a boozie.
Pup Hogan. Let's face it,
brother, this costume is
going to be wayyy out of
style next year, so milk it
now. Get yourself a tiny tie-
dyed bandanna, add a
heavy metal rock band or
Ed Hardy T-shirt look and
garnish with a gnarly mus-
tache made out of yellow
yam Bonus points if you,
can figure out a way to have
a constantly present
entourage and camera crew
for the reality series that
never ends.

Tiger Woofs
The world's top golfer is
easy to emulate. Think red
and black and intimidating
for the ensemble. Then cre-
ate a doggie wallet that fea-
tures a Nike swoosh on the
outside- and contains an
American Express card, a
set of Buick keys and a
Gatorade paycheck. Extra
credit for a splint on any
leg.


Mattie and Chance came prepared for sunny weather Saturday as Betty Holden cruised them around Pet-tober-
fest in a stroller. Mark Skinner/ Floridan


Michael Yelps
Everyone's favorite
Olympic swimmer should
really be reserved for the
swimming breeds like
Labs, golden (ha!) retriev-
ers and the occasional water
spaniel. Create some faux
gold medals, add some
Doggies and finish it off
with a rubber cap that you
create from a large black
balloon (don't forget the ear
T


slits).

Golden! \Sarah
Talin'.
Let's face it, her pit bull
comment begged for a
Pavlovian response of a
costume. But why not turn
the tables and make your
Boo Bear look like her
instead of, well, you know
that phrase. Visit any craft
store to buy doll supplies,


then channel Tina Fey, and (Uh, change!)
voila!


Bararf Obama
The fairness dog-trine
requires that we give you a
Democratic response. This
one's easy, though. Just get
a plain toddler T-shirt and
print out one of those
Obama logos that looks like
a sun of some sort. Add the
words: Dogs for chains!


Going the easy
route?
Okay, we get that you
don't have time, so here are
the top pet costumes of
2008: 1. Pumpkin 2. Devil
3. Witch 4. Princess 5. Hot
dog 5. Superman 6. Bee-7.
Bow ties/fancy collars, etc.)
8. Ghost 9. Black cat 10.
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Sneads 19,




Vernon 14


Lawson helps Pirates break three-

game losing skid with big night


BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR
SNEADS Mark Lawson
rushed for 179 yards and two
touchdowns to lead the Sneads
Pirates to a 19-14 win over
Vernon Friday night.*
The win snaps a three-game
losing streak for the Pirates, who
move to 2-4 on the season.
Lawson scored on TD runs of
17 and 15 yards and also picked
off two passes on defense.
It was a game that Pirates coach
Don Dowling said his team,
which will still need help to get
back into the District 1-1A race,
had to have.
"We needed this win," the
coach said after the game. "If a
program ever, needed a win, we
needed this one. It's a great win
for the program."
It almost got away from the
Pirates, who led 19-0 at halftime
before Vernon added a touch-
down in the third and another in
the fourth to make it a one-pos-


BY DUSTIN KENT
SFLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR
A monster rushing
night- by-Bradley Battles
propelled the Marianna
Bulldogs to a crushing
defeat of the Chipley
Tigers Friday night.
Battles rushed for 301
yards and five touch-
downs on 30 carries to
pace the Bulldogs in the
48-7 victory.
MHS led.20-7 at half-
time before blowing the'
game wide open in. the
third quarter. :
The last three carries of
the night for Battles went
for touchdowns of 65, 71
and 52 yards.
"We wanted to make
sure we handed it to
(Battles) 30 times,"
Marianna coach Rob
Armstrong said after thd
game.
"We thought there were
some things they were
doing that we could take
advantage of with Battles
running inside. Early in
the game, they were tack-
ling him for 6-7 yard


"We needed this one. If
a program ever needed
a win, we needed this
one. .
-Don Dowling,
Sneads coach
session game.
The Yellowjackets, who were
sparked in the second half by
John Johnson's relief appearance
at quarterback, drove down to the
Sneadsl 3-yard line with just over
three minutes to play with a
chance to take the lead.
However, a big block-in-the-
back penalty pushed the
Yellowjackets back outside the
Sneads 30,-eventually resulting in
a 4th-and-30 play from the Pirates
33-yard line that failed, turning
the ball back over to SHS with
2:36 to play. *' "
Vernon got the ball back one


game, which the Bulldogs
"I think after what led 42-7 after three quar-


happened to us last
week, I'm pretty-
proud of how we
bounced back...it's
like I tod the kids
after the game,
they've worked too
hard and have got
too much about
them not to come
out and play better
than we did last
week."
-Rob Armstrong,
Marianna coach

gains, but maybe we wore
them down a little bit as
the game went on and he
was able to bust those
long ones."
Marianna rushed for
370 yards as a team in the


ters.
MHS also got a 5-yard
rushing touchdowns from
Chris Bowers and a 40-
yard touchdown pass
from Dustin Larkin to RJ
Bowers.
The Bulldogs were
coming off of a disap-
pointing. 37-12 district
loss to Pensacola Catholic
last week, a game they
had circled on the sched-
ule all year long.
If there was a question
about htw the Bulldogs
would respond a week
after the loss, they
answered emphatically
against the Tigers.
"I think after what hap-
pened to us last week, I'm
pretty proud of how we
bounced back,"
Armstrong said of his
team. We didn't play as
good as we can play, but
I'm proud of the effort.
"That's a good way to
bounce back and it's like I
told the kids after the
game, I felt like they
would (respond positive-


Marianna's Fidel Montgomery [right] carries the ball
against Pensacola Catholic in a game Oct. 10 in
Marianna. The Bulldogs got 301 rushing yards and
five touchdowns from Bradley Battles Friday night to
post a 48-7 win over the Chipley Tigers in Chipley.
- Floridan File Photo


.ly). "They've worked too
hard and have got too
much about them to not
come out and play better


than we did last week."
The Bulldogs next host
Florida High Oct. 24 at 7
p.m.


Snedds running back Mark Lawson [right] tries to elude a Vernon defender during Friday night's 19-
14 victory over the Yellowjackets in Sneads, -Mark Skinner/Floridan


more time from its own 25 with
38.2 seconds to play, but couldn't
get the ball past midfield before
Dylan Lee was intercepted by
Lawson-to end the game.
"I guess we like to give the
people their money's worth,"
Dowling joked after the game.


"With a team like Vernon, you
know they're never out of it with
the kind of athletes they have.
They came back, but we hung in
there and kept battling.".
Vernon gave the Pirates plenty
of chances to blow the game
open, turning the ball over five


times and surrendering the ball to
Sneads in Yellowjackets territory
four times, with the Pirates able
to convert on those chances just
twice.
An interception by Billy
See SNEADS, Page 2C >



Tigers win

fourth in a

row, 56-6
BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR
The Graceville TTigers
picked up their fifth win of the
season and fourth straight
Friday night in dominating
fashion, routing Rocky Bayou
Christian 56-6 in Niceville.
'Treyshaun White rushed for
three touchdowns to lead the
Tigers offense, which piled up
546 rushing yards on the night.
Tigers quarterback Justin
Miles led the defense from his
free safety position with three
interceptions on three succes-
sive possessions in the first
half to set up three touch-
downs.
Chris Works rushed for a
career-high 156 yards and two
touchdowns for the Tigers,
who led 14-0 after one quarter
and 44-0 at halftime.
The Tigers didn't punt in the
entire game.
"After we got rolling, they
couldn't stop .us"'' Graceville
coach Todd Wertenberger said.
See TIGERS, Page 4C >


Nelson, Watkins score first

ever goals at Optimist Park


BY SHELIA MADE
PLORIDAN CORRESPONDENT


The Marianna Recreation
Department's soccer season, is
just past the midway point at
Optimist Park, but no game has
had more impact than the game
Oct. 9 between the Storm and the
Crew in the Midget League.
The Storm shut out the Crew 5-
0, but the score wasn't indicative
of the magnitude of the game for
one special young boy. Nine-year
old Christian Nelson, son of
Whitney and Crissy Nelson, has
played soccer for five years.
This is nothing out of the norm
for your average youngster, but
for Christian, it is more of a chal-
lenge. Christian suffers from mul-
tiple dystrophy.
He has played the game with
all his heart and has tripped often
in his quest to control the ball and
find the back of the net for a goal.


On Thursday night, all of his
hard work and dedication paid off
when he scored a goal.
Christian walked off. the field
with a gleam in his eye usually
reserved for children at Christmas
or birthdays, but for him, this was
a far greater present.
Christian has ant older brother,
Austin, who plays: for the
Warriors in the Junior League and
a younger sister, Michelle, who is
just getting started in the Pee Wee
League for the Knights.
As if one great feat were not
enough, Dillon Watkins, also a 5-
year soccer player trying to mas-
ter the sport as his dad did playing
semi pro soccer, scored the first
goal of his career.
Dillon is coached by his dad,
John Watkins and has competed
with his experienced soccer-play-
ing older brother, Josh.
Dillon picked up his first goal
on Thursday night also.


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Christian Nelson, 9, controls the ball during
a soccer game Oct. 9 between the Storm
and the Crew at Optimist Park. Mark
Skinner/Floridan


Check out Bob Kornegay's
latest column on page 4C,
where Bob writes about a
unique encounter with a
tall, lanky North Georgia
mountain man


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MERE Football
Marianna Recreation
Department will offer
two tackle football
leagues and one boys'
flag football league this
year and will offer girls
the opportunity to play
flag football.
Registration for youth
ages 6-13 will be Oct. 6-
21 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
at the MERE, located at
3625, Caverns Rd. in
Marianna. For more
information, contact the
Marianna Recreation
Department at 482-6228.

Pirates Go Pink
Sneads High School will
observe Breast Cancer
Awareness month with a
"Pirates Go Pink for a.
Cure" night at the varsity
football game against
Vernon' on Friday at
Citizens Field in Sneads.
Kickoff'is at 7pm.
All fans wearing pink
will receive a reduced
gate admission: Pink bal-
loons will be available
for purchase in memory
of or in honor of some-
one touched by breast
cancer and will be
released at halftime.
A pink cake raffle will
also be held at the game.
All proceeds will go to
the American Cancer
Society for breast cancer
research. This event cul-
minates a week of breast
cancer awareness activi-
ties sponsored by the
SHS Beta Club and varsi-
ty cheerleaders. For more
information contact
Karen Hall or Rhianna
Dowling at 482-9004;

Chipola Cheer Fest
Deadline for fees and
forms for the Chipola
College Cheer Fest and
Critique Day is Friday.
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
5 and up. Contact
DeFelix at 850-718-2322
or e-mail:
defelixg@chipola.edu .

Tri-State Basketball
The Tri-State
Basketball Association
sponsored, by Amandala
United Temples is look-
ing for competitive teams
to join our adult men bas-
ketball league.Team
applications can be
picked up at the Floridan,
or call 850-272-5000.
:Application deadline is
Nov. 1.

Men's Flag Football
Marianna Recreation
Department will offer
Men's 7-on-7 Flag
Football League. Teams
can sign up at the MERE,
located at 3625 Caverns
Rd. in Marianna. For
more info, call 482-6228:

Girls Bowling
Kindel Lane and Girl
Scouts invite girls from
grades 4-8 to be a part of
four girls bowling teams
that will play every other
Monday from 3:45 p.m.
to 6:30 p.m. The registra-
tion meeting is Oct. 20 at
4 p.m. at.Kindel Lanes on
Hwy 90. Bowling begins
Oct. 27. For more infor-
mation, call Chris Owens
at 850-544-1476.

Sports Briefs
Send all sports items to
editorial@jcfloridan.co
m, or fax them to 482-
4478. The mailing
address for the paper is
Jackson County Floridan
P.O. Box 520 Marianna,
SFla. 32447.


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Knight late in the third quarter gave the Pirates
the ball at the Vernon 5-yard line with 3:11 left
in the third quarter and a 19-8 lead.
However, the Pirates weren't able to capital-
ize, ending up back at the 15-yard line before a
botched field goal attempt ended the drive.
"We couldn't stick it in," Dowling said. "We
need to do a better job in those situations."
Sneads did'take advantage of Vernon's first
miscue of the game, a muffed punt by Tavis
Greene that gave the Pirates the ball at the
Vernon 14 midway through the first quarter.
Two plays later, Lawson found the end zone
from 17 yards out to give Sneads a 6-0 lead.
The Pirates took advantage of.another Vernon
miscue in the second period when the


Yellowjackets punter dropped the snap and was
taken down at the Vernon 30-yard line.
Three plays later, Lawson ran in for a 15-yard
score to make it 12-0 with 6:15 left in the half.
Sneads added another touchdown right before
the half when Anthony Dawkins made a spec-
tacular catch among a host of Vernon defenders
on a 22-yard touchdown pass from John Locke
with 7.4 seconds left in the half.
It was the first career touchdown pass for
Locke, a freshman, who started his first game at
quarterback for the Pirates.
"The kids really rallied around John,"
Dowling said. "Hedidn't make many mistakes
and he managed the game very well."
While Locke was solid, the night belonged to


Lawson.
. "We knew before the game that we were
going to get on his back," Dowling said of his
junior running back. "The offensive line did a
good job and Mark was able to get loose. He
just had a great game. Those were hard yards he
was getting."
The Yellowjackets got on the board with their
first drive of the third quarter, getting a 10-yard
touchdown run from JJ Roche with 8:47 on the
clock. Johnson scored from 1 yard out on a
sneak with 6:06 left in the game to make it a 19-
14 game.
The Pirates next travel to Wewahitchka Oct.
24 to face the Gators in another District 1-1A
game.


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Floridan's Kindel Lanes weekly bowling report


10/13/08
Monday Night Hi Rbllers
Team Standings

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


W-L
18-6
16-8
14-10
14-10
12-12
11-13
8-16
3-21


High Team Game:Adam's Funeral Home
932
High Team Series: Mary's Child Care
2717
High Game Female: Amie Kain 200
High Game Male: Jeff Kindelspire 214
High Series Female: Amie Kain 537
High Series Male: Jeff Kindelspire 605

10/14/2008
Tuesday Morning Coffee League
Team Standings .
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1) Bat Friends
2) James and Sykes


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23-13
22.5-13.5


3) Family Dentistry
4) 1001 Uses
5) Hopkins
6) Pacers
7) Davis Optometry
8) Gazebo
9) Champion Tile
10) Vacancy


19.5-16.5
18-18
18-18
17.5-18.5
16.5-19.5
16-20
14-22
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High Team Game: Hopkins 943
High Team Series: Hopkins 2664
High Game Female: LuAnn Kindelspire
213
High Game Male: Jeff Kindelspire 212
High Series Female: LuAnn Kindelspire
552
High Series Male: Jeff Kindelspire 557

10/14/2008
Tuesday Night Mixed League
Team Standings
W-L
1) Precision 24-8
2)Allstate 20-12
3)Ralph Shelton Realty 20-12
4) SCBC 18-14
5) Backwoods Bowlers 15.5-16.5
6) Our Gang 14-18


7) Foursome 1i-21
8) Sonny's BBQ 9.5-22.5
High Team Game: Ralph Shelton Realty
964
High Team Series Ralph Shelton Realty
2706
High Game Female: Shirley Watts 210
High Game Male: Harm Watts 276
High Series Female: Dale Reynolds 558
High Series Male: Harm Watts 684

10/15/2008
WEDNESDAY NIGHT MIXED
Team Standings
W-L
1) Meghan & Her Guys 19.5-8.5
2)Marianna Toyota 19-9
3) Seminole Lodge 17-11
4) Redwood Bay/Hinson Housel7-11
5) Mr. Bingo 17-11
6)Wal-Mart 16-12
7)DBBLLTrouble 13.5-14.5
8) Hollis Body Shop 13-15
9) Mercer Law Office 13-15
10) Barely Bowlers 12-16
11) Nailport Express 6-22
12) Vac 5-23


High Team Game: Nailport Express 1223
High Team Series: Marianna Toyota &
Nailport Express 3337
High Game Female: Carmen Breivogel
201
High Game Male: Jay Roberts 260
High Series Female: Barb Gilbertson533
High Series Male: Jay Roberts 684

10/16/2008
Chipola League
Team Standings
W-L
1)Marianna Truss 23-9
2) Al's Team 17-15
3) Redwood Bay 17-15
4) Marianna Office 14.5-17.5
5)Smith's Supermarket 13.5-18.5
6) Bryant BP Gas Stationll-21

High Team Game: Al's Team 1178
High Team Series: Al's Team 3422
High Series Female:LuAnn Kindelspire
524
High Series Male: Al Pumphrey 728
High Game Female: LuAnn Kindelspire
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High Game Male: Al Pumphrey 278


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with Lester Earl

I met Lester Earl on Sppilcane Creek; he talked. The resulting interview was pret-
just north of Helen, Ga. He was a tall, ty interesting. Here's a sample.
lanky North Georgia mountain man. I BK: "Where do you live?" LE: "Over t'
knew this before he told me. Our compara- other side a' the mountain." (He never said
tive differences gave him away. which of the hundred surrounding peaks he
I wore a felt fedora. Lester Earl sported meant.)
a greasy black baseball cap with a once-red BK: "What do you do for a living?" LE:
Dale Earnhardt "3" on the front. I wore an "Cut farwood and work on cars."
Orvis fishing vest. Lester Earl carried his BK: "Fish up around Helen much?" LE:
tackle in one pocket of his ragged jeans. I "Hell, naw. Too many folks lak you up
carried an insulated creel. Lester Earl toted thar."
fish in a cloth bag with a sewed-on shoul- BK: "Nice knife. Where'd you get it?"
der strap. I wore waders with felt-bottom LE: "Won it in a rooster fight." (Oh, my
stream boots. Lester Earl God!)
wore blown-out sneak- .i BK: "Married?" LE: "Yeah. Old lady's
ers. in the pen fer curtin' her mama." (I eyed
My rod and reel the knife. Lester Earl nodded.)
combo was expensive BK: "Children?' LE: "Somewheres."'-
and well-ma(ched. BK: "Folks live around here?" LE:
Lester Earl's w as old,. "Over t' other side a' the mountain."
with a lot of scavenged At one point, Lester Earl explained,
replacement compo- Without a prompt from me, how he came
nent,! I,was looking for by',his name. His parents, he said, were.
trout: Lester Earl was Bob Kornegay huge fans of Flatt and Scruggs. Owned
catching them. ., ,. 1 : I "ever record they made."
. It was obvious. I was a. visiting flat- "When they heard they (Lester Flatt and.
larider. He was, wel, a tall, lanky North Earl Scruggs) broe', up the band.", he
Georgia mountain man. offered, "Daddy tock drunk and shot up
"How you?" said Lester Earl when we three beer joints and Mama squalled fer
met. The highland nasal twang was anoth- two weeks. i's borned 'bout six months
er dead giveaway thatI was in the presence later. Daddy always figgered I might grow
of a "local." up to play the banker er at least be able to
"Never better," I answered, noticing that sang 'Backin' to Birmingham.' I can't do
one of the nian's upper incisors was twice neither one, though."
as long is the other and that there was a Now, friends, you know me. You know
third tooth behind the normal one. I knew I'd never Cdondone unethical outdoor
many toothless. backwoodsmen, but here behavior, or fail to understand the serious-
was my first with surplus dentition. Go fig- ness of such despicable acts as cockfight-
ure.-.;. :* -; . ing, "mama cutting's or the like. I gotta tell
'"Caugit air'n?" Leste. Earl asked: you, though, that half hour with Lester Earl
"Two,' I replied. "You?" on Spoilcane was dadgum entertaining. It's
"Nineteen," he said, "but they's little even in a weird way sort of refreshing to
'uns." Georgia's daily trout limit is eight. ; know there are still a few characters like
."Laist night l's up to the brook trout him, and his roaming around in the
refuse (refi'ge) and caught 26 on red- Southern Appalachians. '11 likely never
worms," hecontinued. "They's little, too, see him agamn, but can't help thinking of
but shore do eat good." Trout-stream fish- him with a certain fondness. ,On the other
ing at night is illegal; as is live bait in pro- hand, I sincerely hope the boy's arrested
tected brook trout waters. !soon by the biggest, baddest game warden
I prudently decided not to chide Lester in White County, Ga.
Earl over his blatant disregard of regula- I', lf and when that happens, Mr. Officer,
tions. There was a long knife on his belt you keep a close eye on that knife. you
and tell-tale scars on his face and neck. hear?
Better, I thought, to sit and watch him (Email.Bob Kornegay at cletus@w ind-
clean his ill-gotten catch and listen while stream.net)


Tigers
S' continued From Page IC


"They did a good job of the half, with Miles' 2-
defending the option, but point conversion making it
we were able to run our 36-0.
powet(formation) and our Jonath Miller scored
power game pretty much from 20 yards out in the
overwhelmed them. final minute of the first half
'"They'll be a good foot- and Works added a 15-yard
ball team, but half of their score early in the third to
roster were freshmen and make it 50-0.
sophomores. We're mostly Backup quarterback
juniors and seniors and that Garrett Steverson ran.in for
was the difference in the a 5-yard score eaily-in the
game." fourth for the final points of
White got the Tigers on the night.
the board first with a 27- Wright rushed for 99
yard run late in the first yards on seven carries.for
quarter, then converted the 'the Tigers, while John
2-point play for an 8-0 lead. Young rushed for 87 yards
Affer Graceville recov- on 14 carries and Hoover
ered a squibbed kick, White rushed for 66 yards on
took off for a 40-yard score seven carries.
to make it 14-0 Tigers with Wertenberger said that
2:02 left in the first period. his team's patented hurry-
White scored again from up attack really caught
11 yards out early in the Rocky Bayou'off guard.
second quarter and a 12- 'They started out pretty
yard touchdown run by tough, but they were not
Antrell Wright put the ready for us to go no-hud-'
Tigers up 28-0 with 7:13 die," the coach said. "We
left in the first half. ., snapped the ball once when
;Works ran for a 17-yard they were just breaking out
touchdown with 3:45 left in of the huddle."




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Floridan's weekly fishing


report for local lakes, rivers

LAKE SEMINOLE Bass fishing is are the best bet.A good many small bream
fair. The best action is found up the rivers may be caught on crickets at present.
right now. On the Chattahoochee arm, fish Hybrids are slow and catfish will bite
shoreline structure with Texas-rig worms, worms on the flats late in the afternoon. *
jigs, and crankbaits. Fish the Flint arm LAKE ANDREWS/CHATTA-
upstream from Lunker Lodge with topwa- HOOCHEE RIVER Catfish are good.
ter baits and worms. Shoal bass are biting UsJI;ve, earthworms to catch them along
well farther up the Flint. .. 'bluff walls where currents are not too
Crappie fishing has been fair along the strong. Anchor or tie off and fish straight
moderately deep ledges. Also look for fish' down. Also try them on points and sand-
in stump fields at 8 to 12 feet and us',ive bars late in the afternoon. Tailwater cats
minnows.Hybrids continue to school'spp,. .are slow to bite right now, but the fish are
radically over humps and sandbars on ;larger than those in the bluff-wall and
windless days. Bream fishing iq slowv bin;' .sandbar locations.
improving. Catfish are hit-and-miorloa. :'n For bream, either drift-fish along the
few may be caught with worms '6fft thk' hanks in the main river with crickets or go
river channels. -; 'p. the creeks and fish worms on the bot-
LAKE EUFAULA Bass are fair td. itbi. A few good catches of moderate-size
good. Look to creek structure early in i'0 sh&elcrackers have come from the creeks,
day, working the visible co\er near the with'a few catfish mixed in.
banks with buzzbaits, jerkbaits, and other Bass are slow. Some may be caught in
lopwater offerings.'. '" the, creeks on worms and shallow
Fish may also be dooaled along creek crankbaits, but they are hit-and-miss at
ledges where worms and deep-running best.
crankbaits may pay off. On the main lake, Crappies are slow as well, though a few
fish Carolina-rigs, crankbaits, and slow- have been caught below the dams by night
rolled spinnerbaits,,9\er the deep ledges. anglers.
Try worms and ca s around points (Generation schedules, pool levels, and
and sandbars., . other such information for area waterways
Crappie fishing i'fi- in the creeks, may be obtained by calling toll-free 1-
especially l yjipt thbl. Night fishing is 888-771-4601. Follow the recorded
a pretty oodd:'bpth.ri.'; anglers fishing instructions and access the touch-tone for
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NOTICE OF LAND USE CHANGE


The Marianna City Commission will conduct a public
hearing on November 4, 2008 at 6:00 p.m., in the City
Commission Chamber located at 2897 Jefferson Street,
Marianna, Florida to consider the adoption of the
following Ordinance:


Ordinance 966: An Ordinance Amending Ordinance
812, which adopted the City of Marianna Comprehensive
Plan, to provide for the adoption of a certain Small Scale
Future Land Use Map Amendment (SSA 08-04) to the
City of Marianna Comprehensive Plan


For the following described property:


Marianna Performing Arts Park: The parcel is
approximately 4.5 acres in size and is located at the
northeast corer of the Lafayette Street/Madison Street
intersection within the City of Marianna. The current land
use designation is Commercial, and the proposed land use
designation is Recreation.









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Interested parties are encouraged to attend the meeting.
Copies of the request may be viewed in the City of
Marianna Municipal Development Department located at
2897 Jefferson Street, Marianna, Florida during regular
business hours or by calling (850) 482-2786.


Notice of Planning Commission

Meeting to Consider an Amendment
of the Comprehensive Plan, Capital
Improvement Element, for the
Town of Bascom

The Town of Bascom proposes to amend its Comprehensive Plan Capital Improvements
Element to comply with requirements of Part II, Chapter 163, Florida Statutes. This
amendment is the annual update to the Capital Improvement Plan and Schedule of,
Capital Improvements within the Town of Bascom, Comprehensive Plan, Capital
Improvements Element. The Planning Commission will consider the proposed amend-
ment on October 23, 2008, at 6:00 p.m. (CDST) at Town Hall, 4969 Basswood Road,
Bascom, Florida.
More information can be obtained and the proposed change may be inspected at
Bascom Town Hall, 4969 Basswood Road, Bascom, FL 32423 (telephone: 850-569-
2007).
Persons wishing to comment may do so in person at the public hearing or by writing to
the Town of Bascom, 4969 Basswood Road, Bascom, Florida 32423.
If an individual decides to appeal any decision made by the commission with respect to
this meeting, a verbatim.transcript may be required. If so, the individual should make
provision for a transcript to be made at the meeting, (RE: Florida Statute 286.0105).
Pursuant to the provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act, any person requiring
special accommodation to participate in this meeting is asked to advise the city at least
'48 hours before the meeting by contacting Town staff at the above address or phone
number.
Ann Bryan, Mayor
Attest: George Hall, City Clerk
Publication Date: October 19, 2008


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Jackson County Floridan Sunday, October 19, 2008 7c


OFFICIAL SAMPLE BALLOT


GENERAL ELECTION NOVEMBER 4 2008



Sylvia D. Stephens, Supervisor of Elections Jackson County, Florida

This SAMPLE BALLOT May Be Taken To The Polls For Voter's illof 'Rights Voter 'Responsibiilities
Reference For the November 4th, General Election Each. state should:
Please study this allot before going to vote.This is only a sample of the herself with
total ballot for Jackson County. Your precinct number and district i ist e.
numbers are designated on your voter information card. inwiththefce of
Please vote in the General Election November 4th, 2008.

EARLYVOTING Schedule for the 2008 General Election operations to the ,
October 20 November 1, 2008 station.
amiliarize' or here
8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday thru Saturday operatio 0
Early Voting will be located at the Supervisor of Elections office: or her
285 I Jefferson Street, Marianna, FL 32448 6. Tre ers w esy.
tity 7. R vacy of other rs.
blems of
S UPDATE OF VOTER'S SIGNATURE 8 s or thl ns of
F.S. 98.077 to use
WHAT: Voter's signature is considerably different than the one on file with the pon request, oral questions, if
Jackson County Elections Office. ons in voting from ke sure that pleted
HOW: Use a Florida Voter Registration Application Form, completing all required 8.of cfree from coois
information, signing or making your "mark" on the signature line. 8. Vntieree from coe p
WHEN: At any point there is a significant change in your signature or identifying o. raNOTE ure to pe
"mark" t Isin o does not
WHERE: Florida Voter Registration Application Forms are available at public assistance that will allow fromvoting.
offices, libraries, city halls, Dept of MotorVehicles and at the Supervisor of' Surtely cast, :. s .101.031(2)
Elections office.
This sample ballot was pre-
Florida law requires that a voter present current and valid picture and signature T pared in accordance with
identification when voting in person. Any voter appearing to vote without Section 101.20 Florida
identification will be allowed to vote a Provisional Ballot.
The following forms of photo identification are acceptable by law: :es d u shed y the
Valid Florida driver's license Florida ID card U.S. passport office o Sylvia Stephens,
Debit/credit card Military ID Student ID .*Retirement center ID .. Supervisor of Elections,
Neighborhood Association ID Publid Assistance ID Jacksofi County.


JACKSON COUNTY PRECINCT NUMBERS AND POLLING LOCATIONS


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MALONE CITY HALL
5182 9TH AVE, MALONE, FL 32445
CAMPBELLTON COMMUNITY CENTER
2336 HWY 2, CAMPBELLTON, FL 32426
SALEM FREEWILL BAPTIST CHURCH
2555 KYNESVILLE RD, MARIANNA. FL 32448
COMPASS LAKE INTHE HILLS VFD
3085 NORTEK BLVDALFORD, FL 32420
COUNTY COMMISSIONER'S ADMIN. BLDG.
2864 MADISON ST, MARIANNA, FL 32448
EASTSIDE BAPTIST CHURCH
4785'HWY 90, MARIANNA, FL 32448
SHADY GROVE METHODIST CHURCH
7305 BIRCHWOOD RD, GRAND RIDGE, FL 32442


s Sample allot is for informational purposes only.
IT IS NOT FOR VOTING.
however, you may take it to the polls for reference.


ESIDENTANDVICE PRESIDENT
(Vote for One)

JohnMcCain REP
Sarah Palin

Barack Obama DEM
Joe Biden

Gloria La Riv PSL
SEugene Puryear

Chuck Baldwin CPF
Darrell Castle

GeneAmondson PRO
LeroyPletten

BobBarr LB~i



Alden link

James Harris SWP
Alyson Kennedy


Ralph Nader
Matt Goalez

Brian Moore
Stewart Alexander


Charlesjqy BTP
John Wane Smith


Written.


9. GRAND RIDGE COMMUNITY CENTER
6910 HALL ST, GRAND RIDGE, FL 32442
10. WELCOME ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH
S 6794 MESSER RD, GRAND RIDGE, FL 32442
I I. BASCOM CITY HALL
4969 BASSWOOD RD, BASCOM, FL 32423
12. THE FITNESS CENTER OF MARIANNA
4966 HWY 90, MARIANNA, FL 32446
13. GREENWOOD TOWN HALL
4207 BRYAN ST, GREENWOOD, FL 32443
14. GRACEVILLE CIVIC CENTER
5224 BROWN ST. GRACEVILLE, FL 32440
15. COTTONDALE COMMUNITY CENTER
2666 FRONT ST. COTTONDALE, FL 32431


REPRESENTATIVE IN


DISTRICT 2
(Vote for One)
Mark Mullign
Allen Boyd

Wrtein


STATEATTORN
14TH JUDICIAL CIR
(Vote for One)
Steve Meadows
Glenn Hess

Voters in precincts 1,2*IOA, I
*ISA*5B,23, .17B, 281


Brad Drake


ECO Jim Peacock
Lou Roberts
SPF William Nelson
Zannie F. Williams


SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHO
(Vote for One)

SteveL Benton
Lee Miller


16. SNEADS CITY HALL
2028 THIRD AVE, SNEADS, FL 32460
17. COMPASS LAKE COMMUNITY CENTER
427 LAKEPOINT RD,ALFORD, FL 32420
19. :CYPRESS PARK .
6248 HWY, 90, CYPRESS, FL 32432
20. ROUND LAKE BAPTIST CHURCH
1174. SHORES RD,ALFORD, FL 32420
21. ALFORD COMMUNITY CENTER
2562 PARK AVE,ALFORD, FL 32420
23. LOVEDALE BAPTIST CHURCH
6595 LOVEDALE RD, BASCOM, FL 32423
25. ALLIANCE MASONIC HALL
5602 ALLIANCE RD, MARIANNA, FL 32448


" 27. 4ARIANNA MASONIC LODGE.
3024 JEFFERSON ST, MARIANNA, FL 32446
28. SALEM/NEW HOME COMMUNITY CENTER
440 TRI COUNTY RD, GRACEVILLE, FL 32440
30. LOVEAND RESTORATION MINISTRIES
2990 HERITAGERD, MARIANNA,.F 32448
31. CITIZEN'S LODGE
4574 LODGE DR, MARIANNA, FL 32446


POLLS ARE OPEN FROM 7:00 A.M. TO 7:00 P.M.: NEED AN ABSENTEE BALLOT:
For additional election Information visit our web site PLEAS CALL THE EECTION OFICE AT
.-'at: .
www.lacksoncountysoe.org 8s0-482-962 '-
*********** TO MAKE YOUR REQUEST.

Voters in precincts*6Ak.27,*27B,30,and 31 DISTRICT COURT OF,APPEAL.
areeligibletoDoteorithefolowingrace.
CONGRESS (=Pazrtdofhn c Counrm oDiornD 3) Shalludge Clay Robertsof the First DistrictNO.3 NO.6
COUNTY COMMISSIONER Court of Appeal be retained in office CONSTITUTIONALAMENDMENT CONSTITUTIONALAMENDMENT
DISTRICT YES AkTICLEVIISECTIONSIAND ARTICLEVII, SECTION 4
REP (otefor One) NO ARTICLE XII,NEW SECTION' ARTICLE XII, NEW SECTION
DEM Seabron Chad Fears REP DISTRICT COURTOFAPPEAL Changes and Imprvements Not Asissment ofWorking Waterfont
ChSckRloyC CDM PAffectingtheeAsssedValue of PropertyBased UponCurrentUse
ChuckLockey0 DEM :"
'V ShallJudgeWilliamA VanNortwickJr.ofthe Residential Real Property of, :f
Voters in preincts 1,9,10,10A II, 11,12Aand First District Court ofAppeal beretained in PrAO ide, d i based upon useof
rffz law to land usd -predo iany forcommerrial
23 are eligible to vote on the following race. office i land sed redoinant for commercial
Sprohficonsideration chansr g r v fishing purpose; 6d used forvessel launches
EY COUNTY COMMISSIONER YES mentstoresidentialal prpertywhichincese intowatersthatarenvigableandaccessibleto
RCUIT DISTRICTS NO resistance to wind damage and installation of thepublicmarinasand drystcksthat are open
(Vote for One) renewable ener soce deices a atorsin to the publicand water-dependent marine

taxation purposes Eetive upon adoption, facilities, and marine vessel cnstruion and
DEM Kenneth Stephens DEM repeals the existing renewable en source repair facilities and their support activities,
dece exemptionno longer in effect subject to conditions, limitations, and
I,*12A 13,14, NO. I YS reasonable definitions spied by gene allaw.
8,and 31 are O TITUTIONALA ENT
ARTICLE I, SEC
ShaIJce ChaiesT.Wells of the Supremee


YE Proposing an amendm~to th S 1 1'' .
d.. :. Bdg Constitution to delete rio ) E
the Legislature to regulate o .8
t L st regulate orpobiit e ARTICLE VII, SECTIONS 3AND 4* CONSTITUTION AMENDMENT
DISTRICT COURT OFAPPEAL ownership, inheritance, disposition, and S CON
REP possession of real property by aliens ARTICLE XII, SECTION 28 ARTICLEVII, SECTION 9
Shall Judge Robert. Benton of the First ineligible for citizenship, Property Tax Exemption of Perpetuay Local Option Communty Collee Fuding




DIS ICT COURT OF APPEAL equi egi ture to p ea prope tax ta suppi t community college funding
all Marguppealerit e H. Da ins of the F perpetual conservation eaements or other hiding that approved taxes will sunset after 5
REP Disit Court of Appealbe retained in ofe? CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT perpe conservation pot o, dned by i y nand m be reaho d byte te
DEM YES ARTICLE I, NEW SECTION general law Requires Legisture to pvidefor
NPA NO Florida Marriage ProtectionAmendment classification and assessment of knd used for
conservation purposes, and not perpetually
NPA DISTRICT COURT OF APPEAL This amendment protects marriage as the legal encumbered, solely on the basis of character
OLS Shall judge Joseph Lewis r.ofthe First District union of ony one man and one woman as or use. Subjects assessment benefit to
all b erei fhusdei and wife and provides that no thher conditions, limitations, and reasonable
Cour of Appeal be retained i o ? lel union that is treated as marriage or the definitions established by general law.Applies
EYES substantial equ ivent thereof shall be alid or to property taxes beginning in 2010.
NO recognized. The direct financial impact this YES
DEM amendment will have on state and local
.N DISTRICT COURT OF APPEAL government revenues and expenditures cannot NO
Shall J Judge icky L Polston of the First be determined, but is expected to be minor.
Disti Court of Appeal be retained in office! YES

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Karen
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has been
a part of
the Rahal-
Miller
Chevrolet-
Buick-
Cadillac
and
Nissan for
13 years. She is our Customer Service Representive, how-
ever she could be classified as a "Task Master" because
stie has the task of making sure all our customers are
completely satisfied. She does a great job of doing that!!!
She has been married to Preston for 37 years and they
have three wonderful children. Karen's hobbies are fish-
ing, traveling, being off on Friday's and spending time
with her family. They have attended Damascus Freewill
Baptist Church for the last five years and love their
church family. We are proud to have Karen in the Rahal-
ier Fam ily.. A .l


www.JCFLORIDAN.com


Mindy King


Mindy King has been a part bf the Rahal-Miller Chevrolet-
Buick-Cadillac and Nissan family for one year. She is the
receptionist here at the dealership. Mindy has been married
to Wallace King for 6 years. She enjoys fishing, nascar rac-
ing, the beach and spending time with her husband, four
children and three grandchildren. Mindy asked that we keep
our military in your prayers as her oldest son is in
Afghanistan. We are proud to have Mindy in our Rahal-
Miller Family.

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03 CADILLAC DEVILLE #8916002 .......................$8,625
03 DODGE RAM SLT CREW SO. Comfort Cony. #90055001 ....... !...$8,750
00 MAZDA MIATA #N9004435 ......................$8,925
04 MERCURY MOUNTAINEER AWD #o45s8 ........... .$9,500
06 DODGE RAM REG CAB #9004265 ................... .$10,100
06 CHEVY COBALT COUPE 55saool ................. .$10,250
05 CHEVY MALIBU #224001 ..................... .$10,515
06 PONTIAC G-6 #9004423 ........ ............... .$11,100
05 NISSAN XTERRA XE #9004587 ................ .$11,450
04 NISSAN XTERRA #N9004647 ................... .$11,663
06 FORD 500 SE #914551 ........ ... ..... .. .$11,875
06 CHEVY TRAILBLAZER W9004622 ................ ..$12,850
05 CHEVY SILVERADO Crew Cab. LS #9004485 ......... .$12,950
05 FORD MUSTANG #9585001 . . . . . .... ... . $13,268
07 MAZDA 3 Mo004628 ........................."$13,400
07 MAZDA 3 #9004628 . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$.13,400
08 SUZUKI 4x4 #9004630 ... .. ............ 1355
04 CADILLAC DEVILLE #9104603 .............. :: : .$13,645
06 GRAND CHEROKEE #904407 .................... 13,800
04 FORD F-250 LARIAT Diesel. Ext. Cab #nS94494 ........$14,000
06 CHEVY AVALANCHE LS #9004572 .................. .$14,150
04 LINCOLN TOWN CAR #9004648 ...................$14,430
05 BUICK LESABRE LOW MILES, #9403001 ................ .$14,479
05 SUBURA OUTBACK #N9004433 ................... .$14,650
07 DODGE GRAND CARAVAN SXT #9004643. ............ .$14,821
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05 HONDA PILOT EXL #004464 ....................$15,400
05 JEEP WRANGLER SPORT#8729001 ................$15,450
08 CHEVY IMPALA iwo To Choose From ......... .........$15,768
06 NISSAN ALTIMA #No0400 ................ ..$16,361
05 NISSAN 350Z COUPE #N9104612 ..... ........... .$16,488
06 PONTIAC SOLSTICE #oo944 ................... .$17,250
05 GMC DENALI YUKONXL #eosool .................$17,550
07 BUICK LACROSSE CXL #900464 ................. $18,071
04 TOYOTA SEQUOIA 4X4 LIMITED #94569 ........... $18,400
06 BUICK LUCERNE CXL #9374001 ................ .$18,530
08 FUSION #900442 . . . .. .................$18,601
07 TOYOTA FJ CRUISER #os4556 ................. .$18,750
07 CADILLAC DTS #99045 ........................$30,000
06 TOYOTA TUNDRA LIMITED 4x4 #900421 .............$21,050
06 GMC YUKON DENALI o44o ...................$20,800
06 DODGE CHARGE R/T #94636 ....................$21,481
08 NISSAN MAXIMA SL #9004526 ................... .$21,850
06 CHRYSLER 300C SRT #9044 ..................$22,300
06 FORD F-250 XLT CREW Diesel, 4X4 #9004543 ..........$23,400
07 CHEVY AVALANCHE LTZ #9004524 .......... ........ $24,700
07 CHEVY TAHOE LTZ #9004465 ................. ...$28,400
08 CADILLAC CTS #9So4S5 . . . . . . . $30,200
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IWalker winne the oh is proud $9,800., call 334-894. GARAGE,
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ground of any company once, A-:ine style w/ Yahoo! EMAIL OR GO
BEFORE p ing a Ftee, beaded straps & bust, 25' Magnavox Console ONLINE I
Proceed t cation f decorative buttons Hot Jobs TV $50 850-593-5702O N DR
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money or in calling $200. Med-len th veil 2pc Navy Blue formal n 1-isr
00" numbers. w/same beading:$25. List Your ress, s 18 WP,$35 PH: 850-526-3614 or
All numbers prefixed by 85-593-02 800-779-2557
"900" are charged to Call 850-272-4700 Recruitment 8505 -5 FAX: 850-482-4478
callers on a per-minute .. Ad Toda' 55 gallon fsh tank PO. BOX 520 D R IV E
or per-call basis. ome St mobie th ooh9 t- a Lw/stand & pump, good MARIANNA, FL 32447 CDL Dr. IV r Wantedl
of thesecalls reto bile 2 Freezer chest type. cond. $250 850-209-0105 classifedsc COME JOIN OUR TEAM
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are charged to your oiniett e0 -hams T skirt Like l ll for a freight delivery
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reader. Remember, if ler & carseat $85 850- Set oa OunkDeds, per- w ,'hams. & ik.rt. Lie First Act Guitar Freight delivery route
yop have any doubts, 209-4725 fect cond. $100 850-482. new $50. obo w/ am togo with with multiple stops/
investigate If it sounds 3308 Iv msg. stand $75 (850) 482- freight handling. Home
too good tobetrue,it Winniethepoohswing Box of large letters & 5472 every day & weekends
probably iYour Better $40. 850-209-4725 Solid oak entertainment numbers for outside off. Night work- Mon.
Business Bureau is an center $150. 850-569-. sign $40 850-526-3426 thr Fri.. We offer a full
Bsigne$ 40r8ano0-526-3426 Piaobplays well & l /tsr in
excellent sourceof 2596askforkendrickaor. . pan ^ benefitspkincluding
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exceet su of wo chine w/wood cabinet 569-5608/557-681 medical, dental, vision,
334-792-3804 .5- --"$100 850-526-2163 & Life Insurance.
1-800-824-5274 2 Formal dresses like GUNS p Painting / Drawing UprightPiano For more Info.call
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Estabshed Auto- s 850580482 219 01Extension Ladder $50 Must have a high school diploma or GED,
Established Auto- 450052784165b
motives 2RepairyBus, HI TH 850-579-4650 including or supplemented course work
motive Repair Busi- COtePeERt IE.2 17" in secretarial sciences, and 3-5 yrs exp. In
iness, 2 Bays, OMPUTRre. ; o 4.225 17" secretarial or administrative work, Including
tools.$13K plus ACCESSORIES SQUIP EST M cnelnn60R $iI50 significant commuter and budget experience;
ols.13K plus ... ... 850 59220 3 or any equivaiCnt combination of training
$ ll 850-482-00/mon T. a cmpuer mon- 99 i 0e asr in r Wneelnaron5 and exp. which provides the required knowl-
L 8619/482-4674 iors. Puunit ana Cnrlne 850.592 8?69 85c 482.834; edge, skills and abilities. Starting salary 1
86keybuoail Creat lur $22,269.00/yr. Must have a valid FL drivers
parts $30. OBO 593-6418 license prior to employment.
LOST/ OUND SIGNATURE HEALTHCARE Submit Jackson County employment applica-
LOST/F lg T OF NORTH FLORIDA Madison St., Marianna, FL 32448. PH 482-9633.
LOST: Yellow/white 1083 Sanders Avenue Deadline to apply is 11-03-2008.
neut. male cat,Main St. Playstation 2 w/1 ion- Graceville, FL. 32440 Drug-Free Workplace/EOE/V.Pref/ADA/AA
& 90 in Cypress RE- troller & 2 games, $100 850-263-4447 ,
WARD: 850-557-2224 850-447-4488
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C$60. 850-526-3365. Jackson County:
Chromecraft Butcher
block dinette set w/4 FITI CAMPBELLTON
3641 or 850-272-3234 EIRE FIGHT Earn up to
] FrR.Nm.oTU Desk w/ book rack,Vi- Must be a high school grad or GED
Baby bath tub for ntage, solid oak with,1-2 years experience in fire protection;
$15. 850-209-4725 right arm student or any equivalent combination of training
by piano $2 850-209- 85,850-526-3365., and experience, pe month after gas
4725 Dinette table w / two Special Requirements: BE YOUR OWN BOSS!
chairs, sturdy and Certification as an EMT by the Emergency
Car seat, Graco pink well-constructed, Medical Division of the Florida Dept. of
battery operated baby $65,850-526-3365. Professional Regulation. Certification in Fire Early morning hours. Must have
swing, $50. Infant Car
Seat. $25. 850 482- 8346 Dining table w / high Fighting Standards. EVOC, Certification in dependabletranportation,
backench, 60"L X CPR by the American Red Cross. Must have dependable transportation,
Potty chair $15. 850- 33", all wood, valid FL drivers license. Starting salary minimum liability insurance &
209-4725 $60,850-526-3365. $23,947.00 annually. valid driver's license.
Submit Jackson County employment ap-by and fill out an
plication to the Human Resources Dept., Come by and fill out an
2864 Madison St, Marianna, FL 32448 application at the
PH (850) 482-9633 Jackson County Floridan,
AT www.iacksoncountyhr.org 4403 Constitution Lane,
Marianna, FL or call
Surpl trucks, vehicles & Deadline to apply is: 10/27/2008. (850) 526-3614
Equipment Drug-Free Workplace/EOE/V.Pref/ADA/AA and ask for JOE


BY ORDER OF BAY
COUNTY, FL COMMISSION
(Also units from several area cities)
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 25
9:00 A.M. CST
Sale site: Majette Tower Rd.
off US 231 & John Pitts Rd
ITEMS INCLUDE:
*1999 Cat D5C dozer
*1997 Cat D6M dozer
"Galion & Deere graders
*Several loaders & backhoes
"(4) 1999 International tandem dumps
"(2) 2002 Chevy 3500 utilities
(18) 1991-1999 Ford & Chevy pickups
*23' Proline boat
"Vermeer trencher
*John Deere & MF tractors
"1992 GMC garbage truck
'1991 Vaccon truck
*(8) 1984-1995 dumps
*several cars and vans
'mowers and misc.
PREVIEW: 9AM-4PM
Friday, October 24
TERMS: "All Items sell "AS IS"
"10o. Buyer Premium
"cash, cashier checks or credit cards OK.
Other checks with bank letter or guarantee only
FIRST COAST AUCTION AB150
www.firstcoastauction.com
P.O. Box 7878
Jacksonville, FL 32238
800-519-6402


I DRIVERS j NfA IL*EDICA,

Driver traInees FL Dept. of Busyoptometry
needed, No CDL? No Agriculture office seeking
Problems Earn up to & CS OPS Peanut full time Tech,
$900/wk. Home Inspection pos- Must possess or-
weekends with TMC tons, Apply ganzational,
Company endorsed 5312 Cliff St. mutitasking &
CDL Trainin Graceville, FL customer service
1-866-28-653. (850)263-2355, skills. Will train
EEO/AA Mall resume to:
PO. Box 6054
Want to sell You Name It.. Maranna FL
your automobile? Classified Has Itl 3244
Place a The Wackenhut Clasilfeds have what
Classified Corporations you are looking for.
Accepting applca-
tlonsforI/11 '
SCustom Protection Place your ad
GIIENERAL Officer for the in our
u eJtI Wsn Interstate Rest Sales and Service ,
HELP. WATED Areas. Applicants Directory
Must Be Law En. and grow
Billing Specialst forcement, Certified your buslnesslll
Searching or quallfl- Corrections Oficer,
ed Billing Specialist Military Police or
In Marianna. Criminal Justice
Accounting Degree Degree. Pay 10.20/ S
required. Hr.lass&G 8Storage Shed Sale: ALL
n Mon-Fr. Email License Is a plus.,: 10x306, Slix 10x14,j Chev. B
resume to: amanda Call 800-527-5941.', diesels auto.trans, Terms
iprdothan.,com EOE/M/F/D/V draft or certified check. N
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9am. c 23.Allisal esfin.


LPNs RNs (F-T)
7am-7pm or 7pm-7am
*Great Pay and Benefits
*Shift Differentials
SHealth, Vision, & Dental
Please apply at:
Parthenon HealthcareofBlountstown '
17884 NE Crozier Street Blountstown, FL
(850) 674-5464 (850) 674-9384-fax
Email: btreten@gtcom.net
Drug Free Workplace
Safe Minimal Lifting Environment
EOE


S Executive Secretary .
Must have a high school diploma or GED. in-
cluding or supplemented by course work in
secretarial sciences, and 3-5 yrs exp. in sec-
retarial or administrative work, including
significant computer and budget experience; *
or any equivalent combination of training,
and exp. which provides the required knowl-
edge, skills and abilities. Starting salary
S$22,269.00/yr. Must have a valid FL drivers I-
cense prior to employment.
Submit Jackson County employment applica-
tion to the Human Resources Dept., 2864
Madison St. Marianna, FL 32448. PH 482-9633.
Deadline to apply is'11-03-2008. '
Drug-Free Workplace/EOE/V.Pref/ADA/AA

Substance Abuse
Counselor
We are looking for a counselor
who wants to make a difference
in the lives of our clients.
Counselor duties include
Providing substance abuse
treatment including
psychosocial evaluation,
treatment planning, individual
and group counseling. CARE is
one of Florida's leading
substance abuse agencies, and
we have been providing services
to our community for over 30
years and we have an opening at
our Jackson County Office.
Potential counselors must have
strong counseling skills, and the
ability to communicate and
document substance abuse
treatment modalities. Bachelors
degree required; Masters degree
preferred. Salary range $26,893-
$34,406 DO.E + FULL BENEFITS
PACKAGE. Send resume and
cover letter to CARE,.
Attn: Delbert Horton,
4000 E. 3rd St.,
Panama City, FL 32404
EEO/DFWP/Drug Screening


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Chlpola Nuaming
Palvillon and -
RetremtnentCnter
Is seeking qualified
Indlvidualsfor the
following positions
RN/LPN, M-F,7-3
shift and C.NA,'s
all shifts,
Please apply in
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4294 3rd Avenue,
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CONTENTS. TWO
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of Sale: Cash, bank
10 PERSONAL Checks
eq. Sale starts at
l. Contents must be
'4ml. W. on 90 of
raoe. 850-352-4605


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

CHIPOLA COLLEGE Is now accepting applica-
tions for NURSING INSTRUCTOR. Full-time
and part-time positions available.
MINIMUM QUALICATIONS:
Clinical Instructor: Bachelor's Degree
n Nursing and valid state Nursing
License required.
Classroom Instructor Master's Degree with
at east S graduate semester hours in
Nursing or Master's Degree with a major
in Nursing required. Valid state Nursing
License required.
ALL DEGREES AND COLLEGE COURSEWORK
MUST BE FROM A REGIONALLY ACCREDITED
COLLEGE AND/OR UNIVERSITY.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Provide suitable classroom and/or clinical
instruction and supervision in multiple
areas of nursing knowledge, procedures
and techniques in the Registered Nursing
and Practical Nursing Programs. Duties
associated with college instruction and
the institutional mission of the College
will also be part of the instructor's role.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: OPEN UNTIL FILLED
Interested applicants should submit a letter
of application, a completed Chipola College
employment application (available from
Human Resources); resume; references with
current addresses and telephone numbers,
copies of college transcripts and current
Nursing License to CHIPOLA COLLEGE,
Human Resources, 3094 Indian Circle,
Marianna, FL 32446
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SMI FARM A MOBILE BoAs/MOTORS BOATS/MOTORS CAMPER MOTOR
MEDICAL EQUIPMENT OME E TRAILERS TRAILER TRAVEL RA HOME
3/2 Cottondale water, Marquis '77 w/1990 re-
INTERIM bugspray, garb, sewage built 90 HP motor,
HEALTHCARE $550/ mo.+ $550 sec. trolling motor & fish
has an immediate No Pets. 850-352-4869. finder. $3,000 obo. 334-
opening for a CNA in John 475-3272 .,.*,


apply! All appli- 3BR 2BA DW MH, on 86' BAYLINER 29ft. Vol- '95 Westport by Fleet- '04 Pace Arrow 37 C,
cants must have 1 Russ Rd. $850/mo. 850- vo 260 eng., fully loaded wood, 34' 2 slides, rear Work Horse Chassis.
ear experience 526-2975 w/trailer, low hours kitchen, hardwood 19K, loaded, 3 slides, 99
$1r2,500 ew 687-8169, floors, good condition, tow car, $93,000, Call
u. .^ FREE months rent Mako'97 Model 191-19', 334-703-3138 $14,000687-2684, 334- (334)618-0717
S o ue se w/12mo. lease: 150 HP Mercury live 200117' Glastron 850-573-
Ave. Marianna, to 9"_n



P A ES p .r Mobile Homes & well, Bilge pump, $9,000 SX170, 90 HP Johnson, 2006 custom park mod- MOTORCYCLES/
no e apply! All appl tsavail. Blue Will trade. Call Aluminum trailer, great el Lo rt by FleCabin,used 3 Pace ATVow 37 C
cants must h T TS Springs MH Park, 334-718-1550" shapeng., f$7 Call 34yo monto s 3 perfect for lake
h ries $ Mar9anna. Water/s- 677-4912 loo, huntingood condition, tow ca 3000 Ca
Company", your ewage/garb./lawn Mako '77 center Con- 4ot e in h t on I Is of hd 2
agent, is seeking LG 3BR/1BA, Clean/ $6000bo, 33480586717
dedicated & friendly quiet park in Marianna. Laten 'O3 Cam er Trail- 1983 Goldwing, com-
ust s ng APARMNS OR 0e 715+ Dep e ide. 30 f. Fuy live 2p0017' teG restorat ln
skills, learn quickly & ilET/e OBOi, 334-687-4503 2006 custom park mod- MOTORCYCLES/

enjoy working with MOBILE | "2003KestoneCougar *firm 334.447-3407
t ihunrolom E m- /p Javin 16 foot boatO, 9i 1998 16ft. Express Bass 5t e Serie 276 2005CR FHonda,
sterling.wirelessco@ laundry, water, sewage 3/15 D MH W/D, kept Great cond. 6500 130, 334-702-8267nd, 687-3275r 0
comcast.net & garb. 592-4793. r CH/A water lawn- Javelin '94' Bass oa ODB 0 5-8 leaveamessage. o3965
garb.incl. st/last/s- 377A 150 fast strike, '
SAPRTMC NTB OR c.Ca11 is80-32-2 9 trailer. 4750 334596- 16 ft.,974 tron w/ 1995 Shasta Travel Arctic cat '06 ATV, 4X4
2&.R /U nl EA -1694 runs oreotat, $3000 Call Traler,22 fts ees 4, automatic, $5500. 334-
Sing H P ark, 334-718-1550 shape, $7500, Call. erf5500, Call for(334) 794- 701-4599lake
ss 2 & 3BR APARTMENTS I.II REAL ESTATE 1o0Johnson motor, 2921
rf-- C-F-K & MOBILEHOMES FOR I\ ___'_ garage kept, good con-' Di |O-?._-/ -- 08'Amerilite Travel
iN SiI.H 5 RENT $525-650/ O HD h edition $4500 Od 334- rPRS m l ft Fi Self "
locusaln Trair cI.482- 3 3 NEW4 S e, t e n- i nH MOTOR m ies ots of ch o,
n-- (850)209-3591 mo- 4d n 3- 0 yrs@1 794 5511/334.-798-5936- .n [ T6AR0 contained, Used once. hemts450 2-
ise nL 2BR/1.BA apartment in 8%UNR List175k N R Ca Pd 3,900. 05 HOMES 1 tio
-ge I, u town; $450/mo nth+ HIH Spninter '995th wheel 850-579-2217 Cubcade 7 -68
S d$475 + Dep. Nor w/ slide. 30 ft. Fully ilat t\i rm esftoraton 2001,
communication& self contained. $ hitch 9500 334- 6a9 ing ieha Cmovd.
town; a/month + HIGH SCHOO "334-687-4503 Very good cond. $1500






technologDep. No PetS! (850) 573- JSUNLAND, AND wh5 a3 '1,5 slid esas 26 25 tail,

CATS 0598. FEDERAL PRISON. $29K. Wholesale $25K. I .- -- ., Harley '061200 Sports- "
2y r BR Apartment for rent EASY TO QUALIFY selling for $21K. 850- EFs ter, white, dynafender,
in Greenwood, t 50/moer, Hunter 2004 306, lik depth fi 866-2468 or 850-896- room slide. Great cond., Screaming Eagle pipes.
91 1 3/1.5,n ew loaded, wet slip WD- ktGacd$0 $0 ,37 86 6335r02
FREE ADULT CATS: 850-326-1772 PAYMENT &NO ale 16 f,74 Gason / 19 S Tr rc ca. 6100 44
Several to choose from. / aUiiru ;7.1n.0t16941970-HP.Tohat, il$,au o 334-
Sruns groat, $3000, Call.











8 7 o fr Affordable HUD homes! CASH NEEDED kepP g d rower98 5th Wheel. 81490 obo, 334
5 BR from $278/mo1 TO CLOSE & getaway, Detailed pics 31 ft. living & dining.
FREE TO GOOD HOME: Must see (4% dwn, 30- MOVE IN. & info upon request. slide, full bath. Queen,S tai Harleyo'07 Fat Boy, vivid
2 Black/white kittens, yrs@8%apr)For Listing CALL JAMES $70K 850-653-8147. Lv bed. end kitchen/oak Winnebego'99 Brave black, less than 400
2mos old. 850-526-2958 Call 800-570-8898 x 1774 GRANT Msg8 cabinets, exc cond. 35-C, 35',living rm, miles, $16,000 OBO,
E TO G No taking applica 85526-8367 OR $10500.334-791-1783 slide 35k mi., Alcoa 334-791-0891
Pt Bur e kitn tons 1,2,3 BR, also 1 BR 850-526-2346 Prowler 34ft 2 s s, 335 o HarleyDavidson00
wormed shots er handicap. Pet friendly, bumper sitting on j 3 Heritage softtail twi00
rnd. 8 592 9 s call for details. 850-593- PRICED TO SELL lot in Eu with boat cam, bue & silver, rd
md. 2 p5137. Equal Housing Op- TO FK shed. Call for details. radio, lots of.extras,
Fesg. to g : portunity, UNE K $15,000 FIRM.334-798-. $12,000.334-671-4281.
kitten Itr trainedeenwood, 450/mo. FOR NO DOWN2600 866-2468 or 850-896 Screaming Eagle pipes.RS




Free to good home n ovlaoo n Port St $8,490 oo05, 34-7r 680-
S482-2994. 850 PO HD homes! CASH NEEDED Joe rass 5 weekend oe 5h Whl.
-- 850-272-4466/482-5679 marianermotor91 334-618-4501.71 .. ,-5- -. ".
Kitten, 2mos old, FREE Business Office Space model. 45 pt trolling Nash 2004 5th wheen l M- ley'07 Fat B,
mto good home. (850 ) 1-526-2958 Ca000 SF, Kitchenette1774 GRANT Msgcabinets, xc. comotor5-C, 35', livinruns wellrm, miles, $16,000


We're WorkingFor E N ta01 i n I l 6225 ado available for total mileaelikenewln-
FR You!! GoDUP LEX iRE NT- 80b637 OR $1e0,510 um47178 s ide 35k ti.Hcoym
YoPart Burmese kittens n travel packager 34 ft, 2 slet'son Harley Davidson '06
wormed, sho er.ts, litemD ,l handicap.r. 4315 poosiOing On 334-616-6508t0 Red, 7K m, warranty,w
DOGS 2/1Duplex $525/mo I $E0K00 FI t M.ontana20055th see! $18,000. Call 334-714-4
SweetNear Mam ld M Canna Joyce RCIA 4/2 Brick home w/ 5940.
CKC Jack Russell's id 85 R forL Estate 850e- bed, excellent cnd '- .bHarley Davidson '06
Born 9/25/08 Parents B -n tion. $34,500 OBO 850- Sportster Custom. Red,
on premises $150 850 547-2808 as 7,800miles. Great co n-
on premises $150850- FAR / ^58, NCA 4 j.i "uj '.1 M edition. $9500 obo,!334-
t569-5447 good home (h K2e. 0 d. Montana 024 5th wheel CM
Free: Hunting Hounds, ACREAGE 4u i.n. a l camper, 32.5 ft. 2 slides, -'
Free to good home:2 Maths Dr. Near Morrt- VACATI, r w generator w/inside re- RIVERSIDE05 ADVEN- S E L
Neut dogs, need acres ttsill Pond.45K904- G3Eale 170 0890 HP mote, $25k On 850- TURE travel trailer. 33
to run, good watch- 993-1620 REN3TALS Yamaha mtr appr 10hrs 593-6946 ft. Large slide-out. HARLEY DAVIDSON '08
dogs. 850- 592-4793. Loaded. Like new. Gal- Sleeps 9. Great condi- Fat Bob Pearl Blue, 6-
HPure bd b k m e OUSES/RENT vanized trl~. 6 mo old, Maco'06 5th wheel tion.16K. Mut see spd. 2000 miles, excel
Sbred bac ae "Dead Lakes" Wewa, Looks new. 13,500 obo w/slideout, used lyr by Call Bob 334-445-6400. lent condition, lots of
Cocker Spaniel 8mos UR D waterfront 334-793-7782, 796-5056. non-smoker, can beextras, 2YR warranty,
old w/papers $350 850- boat ramp/dock seen at 2469 El Bethel REDUCED* $14,500 OBO. Call 334-
352-4500 3/1.5, Marianna 1st + Wkly/mon. rates Church Rd. GR. 19K '03 Class A Monoco La 441- 6962.
ondep. yr lease. Noe 850-639-6760 850-593-6058 FPalma. 20 slides. t cn-
5 7/a o'8') la,.40'3i :,11 I DSn $950 1 Os
569-5447s cude 483R. r 334-03141S49.000.r Montanai02' 5th wheel $ f. MoretInf 3f w5 nt $00..








Free: Hunting Houndft, no soke/pets,very (dishes, campertowels etc) Motorft. 2 slidescycle.GRN/BLK.96-8377.
N3et, /dos ne a 1 $600/mo. st/last- G3031756 Cener dean, has a super slide, 75.334790-380. Exc. condition, always
', v $C0o Eonsole. Camo, 50hp below wholesale r 0 garaged. Over $1,600 in
N5e-4500 315s, M, cane Yamaharolling. 5Mo 56r1-758-7484(Altha,FL) PRICE REDUCED extra's: forward con-
___ B_ BA_ Ver_ nicedp tor1 l Depth finder 506970Lexington'06 29ft,3 trols, alarm, alarm pag-


CIkrS p/'nquirede. NO PETS! Year Fisher 2008 1754, 40HP sons 334-791-4192 Monoco Knight '06, r
5l75aR M5 be71E 6pY- amahoet n, hu momingi- Jayco 603 camper, 34 ft. Pi e REDUCEDi 43 e omi, all I
35- 4500 3/1 A, V r i e, / t + mWkt o D th f r8 nd Jcos 08"r Eu agle91 5t3 Le00ngton '0 G K toCs, arma lar pvonag

e 9p d. Leavise messages.t bm 5 3 e get 2slidesf sbolide outs. Exc r ma saddle s desa p-
( r',iET smokii apiances g incled. slides, with covers, $55d000 firm. More lets HI ftinwarranty. $9,000. -
Y A- Foa e 3/1 $780/mo. Dpsi/st ro- f,334 685i4216 electric awning $35oK 334t703.2500 334-475-3158 .


F M 3BR/BA CO ONDALE pump, $11,200 334-798- Like new on rented lot $ exta's5r662774 -SE L L
38UIPME NT 15 aC Lrg shed/deck/A CBoTTs/TOOo R 0010 with water front view 00850-866-2774 dson
SEQUIPMENT 35 ac|. Lrg shMed/o I
d mi a pul f08eEag TAtR siChaparral '84 198XL 185 OBO 334-793-0021. msn Re
12ft hay mowrper O 527-6060 vs e tI L ERS Ev0u r 3 T 6inrude with trailers -- el T ,LI A o. t
Reduced to $10 900 r 3469 93 Gulfstream03 26 h K 6-spd. 675 miles,
850 866 2774You Name I Triton 2005 1753 Crap- Wheelw/slide out, excellent condi-
SClassified Has It!!! pie, mercury 60HP, 4 Great cond. $12,000, tion. warranty,
I set of KMC twin row 3R/2A Foreclosd stroke front & rear live r~ 334-726-2186. e 334-618-9828.
ed00Ano nr Dep5 osit re. sebi ng34o648-182 re- w
planters, 4 row mount- home Only $133,,900! wells, and bait well, lots
ed on paulk frame orlistins of storage, fully y r Forest River Surveyorft Di ,430m
KMC 4 row ripper w/ a equpead $12,0 OO '. 06 30ft. Travel Trailer, HOLIDAY RAMBLER '96 HD'02 Fat Boy. Motbr-
lift assist wheel and 8-0-8898 ext. 5366 e850-547-3484 after 6PM self-contained, sleeps EndeavorW/B 37',1 cycle. Custom, 8500 mi.,
Sferotilizer attach. 1,000 Grand Ridge: 2/1 8, excellent cond, slide, 230 Cummins Die- exc. condition. Loaded,
gal. nurse tank mount- $550/mo. lst/last$250 Triton'0,18 ft. Explor- Chaparral 210 SS '05, $16,995,334-792-5151 or sel Pusher new eng. $12,000BO. Call 334-
ed on tamdem trailer. Dep.. 850-592-5571 erw/115 HP Mercury yellow, 260 hp, bimini 334-48-1828 w/3000 miles, diesel 255-3165. -
334-790-5077 Optimax. 71 pound mo- top, galvanized trailer, gen., washer/dryer
-: -- '*-- ^ "f f ^U tor guide, 480 GPS/fish custom cover, garage Fleetwood Prowler'04 $40,000334-687-6164 HD'031200 Sportster,
200029hp Agracar 4 owm finder, stainless steel stored, only 20 hours, 5th wheel, 25 ft, bunk- 100th Anniv Ed, w/
Tractor, 4WD, Koyker LISTING I prop. Ready to fish many extras. Like new, house, 1 owner, no Holiday Rambler'02, shield, bags, Tandem
160 Front End Loader, N 3 o ,r00 334-774-5412 or $25,900, 334-475-3883. pets/smoker, like new, diesel pusher slides, seat backrest, 7500on
raier, askn ood floors, G/, stove, point slip free. 000 gas/lec Ho 2 heater, outside 00 center, miles. Ex. condll 5500
celent Conition58 rfria3ge ratour, $ o 80-28-917 B ton Whaer'73, re- 15,200 850-557-1731 loads of extras, no 334-449-0015.
-Pets OK-350 month Tiara'0 3500 Open, stored, 13 foot sport smoke no pets, 38K
2002 John Deere 9970 850-890-2070 twin diesel engine, with 200040 HP Merc- FLEETWOO 05 Prowl- m Must Sell! 68500 HD '0 Heritage Softtail
Cotton Picker 4 Row. -master bedroom, full ry motor. $4900 080.; r AX6; fifth wheel, 36ft, OB, (850) 638-7920 or Classic. White, 5-spd.,
1520 engine hours. 1040 Nice 3/1 on 1 ac, hard- bath & kitchen, bay 334-714-2419 /4 slides, flace, large 850-596-8475 1700 mi., excellent con-
fan hours.Shed kept. wood floors, 0/A, stove, point sip1 free. $155,000 ----$shower, 30/505amp. A -----dition. $16,500. Call 334-
Excellent Condition, refrigerator, $695/mo 850-258-9917 - ^-* real must st: $39,900 Fourwinds '08 Chateau 406-1999.
Classified have what -Workhorse Chassis 6.OL HD '07 Heritage Softail
20 ft. Triaxle flat bed Nice, 3R 2 BA on 3 ac., you are looking for. Vortec. 5578K mi. no sl. Classic, exc. cond., 3 yr.
trailer brake/lights. wCompass Lake in Hills outs, non-smoker and warranty, $14,500,
1500.O1080MF 94 HP $1200/mo+$1200 dep SWEETWATER '94, 20ft. et free. $55,000 obo 334-684-0498
good shape $6,500. Ya- 850-209-5323 Pontoon Boat, wn/trai- Serious inquiries only"
maha,'99 kaw asaki 4 Sle2 /i n r,'06 trolling motor, e R ced F334-522-3 Honda '03 VTX 1800
nhaeelr, nice 5a 1 0 4- Marian with extras $8,000 334- 1 Bck, Re 34 2365 Motorcycle. Gar-
wh Hay Rake on caddy ver eastC/A, 775-7548 p ta si Fleetwood 2002 Discov- age kept with approx
$800. 334-714-7412. stove, refrigerator, 4 -.
$800.334-714-7412. $575/mo 850 5263355 Strts '9 Bass Boat 1 ery 39ft, 2 slides, 330 2000 miles. Showroom
S575/mo 850- 526:3355 Stratos'96 B ass Boat, .... HP diesel, very nice condition. Backrest/
2 Lilliston Peanut 115hp Johnson Fast BAYLINER '05 185BR, in- Fleetwood 'OO $85,000 334-618-8457 luggage rackw / bag,
Combines 1580 & 1500, erynice Shed kept ex00 board, white / blue, Au- owler Camper, quick detach wind-
also 4 "Long" drying y 2 cd., 5500, 334-585- to. 6-cyl. 200 hours, Ig. slide out, 38', 20 R, Dodge '78 Class "A" Ex- shield. 58700,334-445-
Clot4t"LongPickeryinhouse o bHwyo90 2191 Gr fe l, od. 10 130, (6cutw7e motorhome, Cs i
wagons. 334-774-1247. appl.& lease 21Loaded, MP3, AM/FM, Grea cnd.l ,500, ecutve motorhome, 6933.
4425 JO.D Combine Both, req. Sewer/wa- runs well, very clean, Call 229-308-1168. Onan generator, exc.
lea t Pon n r r ter !lawn maint Great cond8 $13,900, condition $4500 will fi- HONDA '04 Rancher ES,
rsKMC furrow shak- iL /m334-79-4298. Dutchman Classic '93 ace 334-793-5248
er & Bahia seed exc. ; 250 dep. No pets -| ? -- 30ft 5th wh., 5675 Ibs, $3500.334-692-4120.
germ 334-266-5907 or Non-smoking 36..- great cond. $9K will sell Damon Intruder 00' Honda'05 Foreman 500,
334-355-2883 526-8367 truck, 850-592-5866 35 ft. Class A design- red, warn wench 2.5 ton
5,,0r.1^ F9Hl A T rer. VaO, 27,917nd2 luggagerrack, mirrors,
outs, queen bed, sleeps ice maker. New tires. 684-2080.
Bob cap 3,00P ft, 440 Chyr. engine, rental lot on Seminole, 334-696-4746. Honda'06 CRF23O.
hrs, Loaded. Too 1BR MH Partially furn, good condition, $5,000 Aquasport 2000, 23', can stay or move. $2200. 334-618-3234 or
Many Attachments $300/mo or sell for OBO 334-687-4634 w/200 Johnson Ocean $13,500.334-678-7551 334-671-5790
0to list, 30,000 nego. 1700 cash. 850-718- 50Runner, Great condi- Damon '99 Daybreak,
334-685-4218,000 nego 17330 cash.85-718- Sea Doos'98 pair, on tion $13,00. Please Aerolight '99 self con- 34ft, 15,471k miles, AC, HONDA '06 VTX 1300 C
trailer, $5000. 334-794- 334-791-2609 tainted, sportsman spe- 1 slide, awning, queen Cruiser, 1,700 miles,
2/1, in Cottondale, 0748. cal, good cond. $4000. bed, self contained black & chrome, Vance
ase Cotton Picker 2044 small CH/A, Water incl. ont Aluminum 15ft, fishing 334-648-1949. generator, Like new. and Hines custom ex-
1700., For T-15 $300/mo. call 850-573- t me Fhe 18 boat, 25HP motor, tral- Aerolht '99 self con $25,000. 229-723-6612 haust, $8,500 OBO 334-
Tractor exc. cond. 19240 e esr, troleing motor, fish '. a 2 g AeroClagst 99 seEx-9-con-2 -ied. 5
$15,000. w/ mower. 1940 ft., 4 stroke 60 Mercury. ear I tainted, sportsman spe- Concord Coachman '05 695-9269, 334-695-9265
334-701-1836. 2/2, 5 miles from Mar. Bottom paint, GPS, pd. oca tr $ 6 cial, good cond. $4,000. Motor Home. 23' long
Ford '00 Tractor, 5 ft of 5 ac. family of 2, ar- 334-794-3063 ments.850-593-5103 Nursing J
bushog p 500/ 98 Coachman Santa- Airstream'93, 34' diesel Who: Parthen,
blad, 5100, Call 334- stlast, security. Ref. ra, 35ft. 23,000 miles, 64K mi. Ecelent cond. of Blou
s791-0700 req. 850-209-8947 7KW generator, 2 en- $25O as334 -792-1079. o
Ford.2000 Tractor, gas, 2 &3 BR MH, Cotton- J tries, ducted CH/A, 1 What:Reistered
ne paint, any new dale http char- y draulic levelers 28 ft. Allegro, well Practical Nu
parts, 334-299-3102 Ioscuntryliving.cm. rear queens, sleeps maintained, new tires, en ,
Ford 7700 Blue Power 850-258-4868/209-8847 ea rpoe cap- fl laded, new t Wen: Tuesday,
8. .tains chairs, base- indoor kept. $12,500. 10:00 a.m. -

ment modelNO M nd s 2 n- p a s g Ca4 792-98018 or 10:00 m.-
Special $14.000., Dogde 2 & 3 BR MH. Water- Moomba '6 Outback V, '95 Hunter 23.5 sailor met model, grant Call 334-792-818 or 2:00 p.m.2-
1500 4-door pick-up. /G rb/Sewage Inc. NO V-8 Indmar assault 325a, w/ ra ler,'03 hp Hon- service reordns, 3-792-8827-
$334012,900-1836. gray, ex cond PETS! (850) 592-8129. mtr w/ 120 hrs. equip, da, 2much2 list, 10k $32,000. 850-76- Where: 17884 N.E
2 & 3R Mobile Homes w/ hydraulic wake Call 334-806-2822. 3865 Bount wn, FL 32
Gandy 4 row insecticide for Rent in Cottondale. plate, ballast system, --- 4 C u s T
applicator w/double $350 & up Call 850-557- wake board tower,C- 34ft. House Boat, How: Please come an
boxes, for two chemi- 5057 D/sound system ect., Sleeps 6, good cond., 2007 19ft. Pilgrim Lite ticipate in a raffle t
cals mounted on tool $26,000 OBO, 334-432- asking $12,000 OBO, Travel Trailer, like new, and learn more ab
bar. Good condition. 2BR 2BA All elec., CH/A 0890 Call 334-792-1079 or asking $10,000, Call Healthcare of Blo1
$500.229-758-3146 W/D, 1 ac. Cottondale, 334-718-9054 (334) 677-3827 place
No pets, $400+ dep. Mastercraft '88 17ft, 75
John Deere EzTrak, 445 Ref. Req. 850-352-2810 HP Mercury, live-well, 2004 90 hp Mercury 2005 Gulf Stream Cavi- 1997 Four Winds Class EO
0 Turn Lawn Mower, 23 depth fish finder, foot Out board $3750. firm lar Pkmdl, 31'L, sleeps C, 31 ft, A/C, stove, mi- Safe Minimal Li
hp, 54 in. cut, 60 hrs., 3/2 C H/A $450-$500 control, trolling motor, also 9.9 HP Evinrude 6, excellent condition, crowave, fridge, sofa, Drug Free
show room clean, per month, C'dale. No was $4000 now $3000. $650. 334-774-3165 or Full stand up shower, dinette. $24,900. Call
$3850,334-726-4780 pets. 850-638-1171 334-805-0119 334-791-7208 $6,000. 334-237-1039 334-791-1450.


HONDA '05 VTX 1300,


MOTORCYCLES/
ATVs AUTOMOBILES
Victory 19991500, 5K Cadillac '96 Fleetwood,
American made bike Broutgham Edition, 22"
$6000 Firm 334-618- rims, exc. cond., 78K
8457 mi., asking $6400 OBO,
YAMAHA '02 Banshee Call (334) 379-5118
$2,500 080 334-355- CHEVY'06 Malibu, 4DR,
0491 low miles, loaded
Yamaha 02' Zuma $10,000 334-687-4571
Yamaha 02 Zuma


RED, 5000 miles, war- Scooter. 6400 mi. Chevy '32 Original body
ranty, Great cond. 125mpg, Windshield & & frame, 350 engine, AT
garage kept, $6,200, luggage rack,excel. Trans., extras! Must see
334-774-6779. cond. $1600. 850-352- to appreciate! Serious
4723 Inq. only. $20,000 obo.
T' Yamaha'06 RI 3,500K 334-372-4122
.*. mi. Garage kept with Chevy '90 Corvette Con-
upgrades. $8,000. OBO vertible, black,ok cond.,
334-239-0055 low mi., $6,900 obo. Call
Yamaha 08' Grizzly 4x4 334-793-6997
esi, 215 miles, 24 hours, Chevy '91Camero con-
Honda'06 250 Rebel, asking payoff of $6,500. vertible Z-28 new crate
Motorcycle. Like new. 334-237-3068 eng. $6K. 334-632-1100
$2.800. 334-498-3918. Yamaha'09 Zuma 125
Honda'07 750 CC.4 yr. scooter, Brand New .
maintenance & 5 yr. only 10 miles!! 90 mpg,
warranty included. Ask- 64 mph $2900.
ing Payoff! 850-573- 334-701-4243. Chevy '94 Camaro,
2692 Blue, Sedan 5- spd.
---_ J 6-cyj. 2 WD. Loaded,
Honda'07 750 CC.4yr. Power brakes. Power
maintenance & 5 yr. ./'e.V^ steering, CD, A/C, runs
warranty included. Ask-, well, new tires, T-Tops,
ing Payoff! 850-573- w" very clean, Great cond.
2692 pr -ie $4000., 334-618- 3414.
Honda GL1800'05 Gold- &-In rancf Chevy'94 Caprice
wing. Blackcherry, l N w/LT1posi rear end
26,200mi, $05,000. plus S e, Station wagon. Auto
matching bushtech $1,800. 334-696- 8019.
trailer 7,000mi. $4,000.
334-693-9287 Chevy '99 Camero Z28
w/ t-tops. 90k miles,
$6200, 334-632-1100
Chrysler '01 Sebring,
AUTOMOBILES convertible, 56K miles,
!"U excellent condition,
$7,200 850-685-5542
(Troy)
Kawasaki'00 ZX12, i Chrysler'05 Pacifica
green, lots of extras, -i' Touring Model, 43K mi.,
extended swing arm, seats 6. white, 1 owner,
loaded; like new. $6500 I exc. cond., new front
OBO 334-790-0028 .. ,, .: tires, $13K 334-222-2166
KAWASAKI '03 Vulcan '86 Corvette Red Only Ford '01 Escort,. low
1500 Classic. Never laid 103k with Red/Black miles, excellent condi-
down, 19,000 miles, ex- Ithr, AT Entirely new tion 334-655-7913.
cellent condition. Load- AC/ PW&L Garage Kept
ed, $7,500. 334-702-7775 $7400 or 080. 596-0157 Ford '03 Mustang GT
if no answer, leave Convertible, yellow,
message. L K 30,600 mi., clean, exc
"- 248-6198,284-2984
Sr Acura'92 ntegra, 5spd,
f Black, CD.Runs well. Re- FORD '05 Mustang Con-
built motor, sunroof. vertible, leather, V-6,
Greatcond. 2,000 obo. loaded, 18K miles,
Brand new 26" rims, $16,000 334-355-0881
chrome w/black 3,800
Kawasaki'04 Ninja, 334-671-1607.; Ford '05 Mustang, V-6
blue, low miles, Lik Au premium edition, Fully
ue, ow m es, Like Audi '03 A6 power loadedgreat gas saver.
new. 2700, obo, 334- everything, new tires, Reu to 1350 34
983-6264. Reduce to $13,500 334-
983-6264. excellent condition, 692-5577
S64,500 mi., $16,700 OBO.
334-983-4446 .
8MW '04 330Cl, conv.,
black, w/black int, '
nay., system, call for
more info. $2850008BO
S 229-308-1493
: '. BMW'04 Sedan.Md# Ford '06 Mustang GT,
Kawasaki'06ZX-10R, 525i Silver, 28,775K mi., light blue, blackeather
Blawsaki '06 Z-Motorcycle. 32, AT/ 6sp. Garaged, exc. int., premium sound,
Black, Motorcycle. 3200 cond. $30,500.334-803- loaded, 5 sp., exc. cond.
miles, runs well, low. 9276 or 334-393-5829 20,700 mi, REDUCED
miles, Great cond., 96or 3 9-5 $17,685,23 MPG, hwy .
$7000, 334-687-8624. Bonneville'05 GXP, reg gas. call 334-588
Kawasaki -'81 North Star V8engine, 3400
K2750LTD-H2.Needs Metalic grey,50K miles
work, good parts bike. $18,500.850-209-1087
13671mi., $700 obo-
cash. 334-393-1735 9
Kawaski'07 Mean .
-Streak Special Edition. 4 ' .
Under 500 miles. Extras -
included, $8,000. Call -:
334-899-4247 000 --. . 'Ford '06 Mustang, Red,
334-899-4247 .... Auto. 6-cyl. 35,500 mi,
Polaris'00 4-Wheeler, Cadillac'04 CTS in mnint very clean, Great cond.
4 wheel drive, condition with transfer- $12,100, 334-798-5153.
334-794-2398 able warranty $14,500.
Polaris '07 Outlaw 334-740-9155 Ford '07 Focus, 22k'mi.,
factory wrnty, all the
500cc, great cond. 15 Cadillac '06 DTS GM, options, like new,
minus hrs. $3,500. Call fully loaded, 31,500 mi. 34mpg. Asking $12,800.
334-389-7073 Immaculate condition. Call John at 334-477-
Ranger '06 700 EF $24,500. 850-592-2773 3068' -
Camo, excellent condi- Cadillac'06 STS. Auto.
tion. $8200 OBO. 334- 32,549 mi., excellent
798-2181 condition. Loaded,
CD, moon roof,
Road Star '011600, leatherinterior. S
dressed out, 12K miles, DVD/NAV, XM, $24,725.
$5900. 334-790-4360 334-797-2320.
Cadillac'93 Ailante
Convertible, red, beige
leather excellent. 71k
miles $13,900 334-449-
2823 or 334-723-3037 Ford '08 F350 Lariat
CADILLAC '93 SEVILLE Crew Cab SRW 4WD
217K miles $1500 (850) Pick-up. Blue over
209-4883 (850)263-2998 beige, Auto. 6.4L Turbo
Diesel. 7,800 miles. Per-
C Chevy '03 Z06 Corvette, fect condition. Loaded,
Excellent cond. 35K mi, warranty, $44,000 obo
Sportsman 4X4 ATP $27,500.850-762-8399 Call 334-447-8304.
Green, 4 wheel .
excellent condition. REDUCED TO $77,900
runs well, low 3 /2 Custom built DWMH w/ covered
miles, $3500.00 patio & screened porch on beautiful
OBO. 334 347-9686. 23 AC near Malone. Pole barn, dbl
carport with storage bldg. NO
Sportster '06 883 Low. REALTORS PLEASE 850-569-2555 (Iv
Motorcycle. Black, 490 msg)
mi., excellent condition.
Loaded, 6200 OBO. Call
334-255-3165 or 334-
255-2920.
SUNF 2008 50CC,
moped, street legal.
$800 334-793-5248
Suzski '06 Bouleverd
800, 750 ml, like new
$5,800.334-618-2542. Complete Liquidation Of
Suzuki 96'GSXR-Katona
750, clutchcable, NAHTOD TOOL & DIE, INC
$2000. obo 334-794-8136 2 % ... BL A A a


Triumph '73 chopper,
custom built in MImi
nice bike, lots of
chrome, runs good
$3,500. 334-984-2044





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FOrflHr'8 u.:tfl ~ I MG 76 Midget com-
'Pr;m il.ar bl,: pletely restored, shdw
custom paint, leath- quality, like new,
er. $31,900. Call 334- $10,500. firm. 334-794-
618-2441. 7936.


Ford '64 Thunderbird,
82K mi, 1 owner, $4000.
Will trade. Call 334-632-
8024
Ford '64 Thunder-
bird,82K mi, 1 own-
er, $4000. Will trade.
334-632024 *
Ford 95' Mustang,Co-
nvertable $2500 850-
726-0256


Mitsubishi '06' Eclipse
GT, Red, 6-spd. 46550,
new tires, very clean,
mfg warr, Viper alarm,
tints, Exc cond. 15000,
334-333-7555.






Mitsubishi '06 Lancer 02
Rally A/C Power
W o/indnw c 9. nnf Ilocks


.p.-_ _= ios w IOCS,
Ford '96 Thunderbird, CD Player, $11,750.
White V6 $2400 334- Financing Available-
793-9020 or 334-794- WAC.
93-9020 or 334-794- Call John 334-797-0420
6234 or Jason 334-714-1601
Ford '98 Mustang Co-
bra, convertible, 5 spd,
$8,500. 334-632-1100
Geo '00 Metro. white,
$3500.00. excellent con-
Sdition. 334-709-4708.
Geo '93 Metro, 3 cly.2 2
dr hatchback, new tires .
$1500 850-547-5292 Mitsubishi '07 Eclipse
GM'75 El Dorado, fully GT, V6, Loaded, Ithr,
restored, $10,000.229- 6disk cd, htd seats, fin.
334-8719 avail. $17900. John 334-
797-0420 or Jason 714-
Honda'"03 Accord, 1601
coupe, sunroof, leather
seats,.75K miles. 14,000 Nissan '05 Maxima SL,
850-685-5542 (Troy) fully loaded, leather int.
bose sound system &
,, -,. ...garage kept. exc.
cond., 1 owner, $17,300
S--. pay off. Call (334) 714-
1671
S" Nissan'06 Maxima SE
- Exc. cond. white, war-
*rrenty, 29K mi, $17,500
Honda'03 Civic Coupe OBO 334-714-6616
Automatic, One Owner
$7800.120k miles. West Nissan '08 Altima 2.5 S,
Main Car Sales W.M. St. 15k miles, extended
Dothan. 334-699-5880 warranty, 1 owner, like
new condition. $17,900
Honda'03 Civic EX 334 750 4j98
Coupe, red, 5-speed,
75k.miles, $8,800. 0BO ," '6 "M",ma.
334-677-3694 or S'.0iU
334-714-4029. 334 794 4996





Honda '06 Civic EX, sil 'r4 n'88 307i '7
er, 2 dr, auto, 44Kmi. 2+2 2nd owner, all
S38 mpg, all power. Ask o, exc cond. good
ing pay-off $15,000. mies, right redw/
334-618-3025 d. rey LX int Loded
wall opts. Has orig.
Honda'07 Civic Coupe MSRP, Lit. & manu-
Touch screen GPS navi- als. $6,000 OBO. 334-
gation system, DVD 671-4188 or 334-596-
player, 26K mi., black, 8292.
$16,000 786-223-2278.
Honda '94 Accord. Pontaic '84Trans-Am
190K, great condition, ram air, hard top con-
$3500. 334-797-6746. vertible, 2seater. Very
.rare car $6,500 334-792-
Infiniti '00, G20, Bose 4100 or 334-618-9101.
Stereo, loaded, 159k mi
$4500.334-793-9765 Pontiac'01 Bonneville,
white, 6-cyl., CD. 115k
Jeep '01 Grand Chero- mi. Very clean, good
kee, Mint condition. cond. $5000 080.334-
lew tires, cold air, 791-1604.
$5,000. 334-685-3832 Pontiac'06 GTO, 6.0,
SKawasaki'07 Brute' 400HP 24,000 miles,
Force 650 4X4. Black, black in/out, one owner
28 hours. Excellent con- $26,000,850-352-
dition. $5000. 334-488- 3752/850-557-6666
4621.* Pontiac'07 G6, 4 cyl.,
Kia '01 Rio, 90k miles, silver, 4 door, 14K mi.,
new tires, new timing w/ cruise, $13,900,
belt, new axles, new (334) 445-6302,
truck struts. $3,400 obo. (334)733-0579
210-685-3380




--PONTIAC'07 G6 GT,
Kia'04 Optima LX, Gold, Black, Con. Auto. 6-cyl.
44K miles, working AC, 15,400, Loaded, leather.
CD player. $8,000.850- Like new. $2,500,
326-0638 334-886-2399.
Lexus'02 LS430 black,....
fully loaded, tan leather
int. very good cond. ga- .
rage kept, tinted win- -.
dows. 89K mi. $15,900 I I..
334-718-3518
Lexus '07 ES-350, pearl ,' *;
with tan interior, load- PONTIAC '69 GTO Judge
ed, 15K miles. $31,000 Race Car, New Tires,
334-685-1070 New Paint $14,000 229-
Lexus'95 LS400,runs 334-3322, 229-321-2092
good, all options, needs "
some work, $2500, Call
(334) 792-4100 or 618-., a .
' 9101


Lexus ES 300'01Sadan,
Super.Clean $9995. 110k
miles.-West Main Car
Sales W. Main. Street
Dothan, 334-699-5880
Lincoln '95 Town car
Champagne color,
Maroon Int. good tires,
cold air, $2,000. 334-
794-0385.,
Mazda 04'RX8, 62,000
miles. Runs great. Borla
Cat-back exhaust. Take
* over pmts. $19k owed.
850-557-6199
Mercedes'06 CLS500,
white, loaded w/ cus-
'tom rims, 32K mi.'
$55,000 334-685-
2584/334-794-6191. seri-
ous inquiries only I!
Mercedes '93 Benz.
Great gas mileage
300E, 2.8 liter engine.
Power windows/ocks
& seats, cruise control,
sun roof, AM/FM/CD .
player, leather interior.
Adult driven. Beautiful
car inside & but $4,500
Cash Firm. SERIOUS -
INQUIRES ONLY call
334-790-4892
Mercedes'98 Benz E320
79K original mi. white,
well maintained, have
all service records.
$10,500. 334-596-2077
Mercury '76 Marquis,
less than 45K original
miles, 1 owner, $3500,
serious inq. only, 334-
691-7332 or 685-2269


Pontiac '71 rand Prix
400/4000, solid no canc- '
er runs & drives $3,500
OBO Trade considered
334-687-0805, 695-6568


Pontiac'95 Trans-Am
LT1. $4000. OBO.
334-797-9716.
Race Car Dirt late mod-'
el.'05 CJ Rayburn & 28'
inclosed hawler. Many
extras. 334-355-0298.






Saturn '07 Aura XR,
9,800 mi., like new,
white, Ithr, sunroof, all
options, MUST SEE TO
BELIEVE! $21,150 obo,
334-522-3564





Toyota'00 Camry
Solara Convertible
$8995,128k miles. West
Main Car Sales W. M.St
Dothan. 334-699-5880
Toyota'08 Camry LE,
black, 13,500 miles, like
new, $18,500, 334-718-
3155


B.PICK-UP PICK-UP Q| PICK-UP Q.- PICK-UP
AUTOMOBILES RCKS TRUCKS B TRUCKS TRUCKS
Chevrolet '05 1500 LS, 1 'Chevrolet 04 Z71, Reg Chevy '0 Silverado 6.0 Dodge 05' 3500 Quad
owner Crew Cab, 67,500 Cab. Pick-up. Gun Metal Eng. Ext., cab w/long Cab Dually. Cummins
mi., two tone paint, all Grey, Auto. 8-cyl.4 WD. bed, CD, Full towing Turbo Diesel, 69k miles,
power, $14,500, 52000, great condition, pack $7,000 334-477- CD, Cruise, $20,500.
4 Call 334-792-2724 Power brakesPowr r power 2271. 850-526-2290 days,
steering, CD, A/C, eves. 850-594-9931
Chevrolet '92 Silverado, AM/FM, stereo, $14,000. Chevy'07 Silverado LT
350, at, ps, pw, pbl, new 334-488-4621. Crew Cab, erc, cond.,
Toyota'02 Camry LE tires, bedliner, 1 0Bed cover, 26K mi.,
m L tires, bedliner, 188,000 19,000, (334) 237-1039
Very Clean, 114k miles mi., one owner.347-4121 $19,000, (334) 237-1039
$8995.00 West Main Car. /389-2270. $3250 080 Chevy'02 Silverado
Sales 1862 W.M. St. / 1500, LT, ExCab, Pew-
Dothan. 334-699-5880 Chevrolet '02 Silverado, ter, Z71(4WD), Auto, 8-
Toyotd'S05 Camry, 4 Silver, Pick-up. Auto, cyl, Leather, TBox, "
door, tan, auto., sun- 8-cyl., 2 WD, MI 55500, 119,500, great condi-
rooft cd changer, all Power brakes, Power tion, $10K 334-794-4809.
pwr., like new, 17,300 steering, A/C, AM/FM,
mi, $15,900, Call (334) runs well, Good condi- Chevy'02 Avalanche Chevy '96 Silverado Dodge '06 Ram, Silver,
389-071 tion $9,200.. 334-673- 4X4, 16k miles, pewter LWB STD Cab, Good Auto. 6 cyl, 2WD. 23k,
8365 gray, chrome neft bars, Cond, Loaded 153K mi. Power steer, CD, A/C,
and brush guard, 20' $3990. OBO 334-67.1- Like new. Cust exhaust
MUST l Chevrolet'73 10-Wheel wheels, black leather. 4216. bed cover, rails, foot
er with grain body. 334- interior, loaded. $13,500 rail $18k 334-790-4509.
334-702-8439 or 334- Chevy 04'Tahoe Z71,
Toyota '07 Sequoia, 794-2398 791-2609 Burgandyw/ beige
Gray, 2 WD. 42k mi. leather, 83k miles,
Loaded, moon roof, Chevy '96 Cheyene, sgl steering wheelcon- -
trois, 3rdrow seating
system, warranty. w/center bucket seats,
Great cond. 25,000 r don 700 6disc cd changer in Dod
Great condo. $25,000. cash. 850-482-8416cy vrtcnogwcet
334-726-4818;797-5083. 85 dash, power seats,rear Truck Ext.Cab
air controls, Auto.Diesel 4 WD.
Toyota'08 Corolla, 4 dr, Chevy '03 10,4 cylin $16,800334-701- 150,000 miles, fair
auto, 3100 mi., $14,500 der, 28 MPG, low miles, 8555/334-685-6233 condition. Power
firm. Call 334-347-7302 excellent shape. $7200 brakes, Power
or 334-406-2945. 080. 334-585-6689 Chevy '02 Z71 Extend- steering, CD, A/C,
Chevrolet'98 Z71 P/U ed Cab, 80K mi., new AM/FM, stereo,
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Green, Auto. 171k. Runs Dr, 98K mi., Very Clean, Crew Cab Truck. Load- condition, $13,000 Re- tires, $7,500.
great!! $4,000 obo. 719- asking $8500 OBO. 334- ed with extras $18,000. tail NADA value, 334-685-4218.
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AC, Exc. cond., 27-30
mpg, $9,500 OBO, 334-
983-4446
Volkswagen 05"Torgua-
reg, Gray w/saddle mote
nor, 40k miles, top of'-
the line, sun roof, V8 -
optiondual climate air,
heated seats, automat-
ic w/manual shift op-
tion, steering wheel
controls side curtain
air bags,window
shades for back seats,
and rear air. $ 23,800
334-701-8555/334-685-
6233
Volvo 04' V70, 2.5 turbo '
wagon, 73k miles, Auto
w/manual shift option,
dual air climate control,
memory seats, CD/ca-
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leather,remaining 100k
warranty $10,900, 334-
701-8555/334-685-6233
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Re Convertible. $8500,
334-774-9243.
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Restored, mint condi-
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miles, $9,000,229-334-
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pack., exc. cond. 78K
mi. $6,750.850-638-
9771.
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810,000 mi. good cond.
$19K OBO, 850-352-4808
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GVWR, 26ft box w/6 ft
attic, CAT engine 159K
miles. Excellent Condi-
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old. FitsF-150'99, ,
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cycle. 2 WD. 91450, CD, extra clean,
great condition. Power $18,500. 334-792-0645.
S5 8 brakes, Power steering,
CD A/C, AM/FM, runs Jeep 01' Grand Chero-
well, leather interior kee Laredo, cream col-
very clean, $8100.334. or, bug side vis-
803-0248. ors, roof rack, clean in-
side & out. 97k miles
547-5292
runs great. $6500. 850-
Jeep '05 Rubicon,
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Ford '85 Tow Truck, drich All Terrain tires,
custom-built 1 ton. (334)699-8668,803-5910
loaded. Great condi-
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4x4, leather. 1 owrer. AC, AT, over-drive, tilt,
85k m. Sunroof, 3rd 4.0 4WD, towpkg run-
cok mi. Sunroof, 3rd ning boards, CD, full
seat. Exc. cond. $11,500. ors, nw tir l bt
~ 334-360-0774. doors, new tires & bat-
33-360-04 tery, 39,400 mi. $13,800
obo. Paul 850-482-7490
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Wheel, 30K mi., no PS, CD, A/C, AM/FM,
trades, $45K, Call sunroof, $5,800. Call
(302) 545-1158 334- 793-0677.
GMC '91Jimmy4x4.6.2 Chevy '00 Blazer 4x4 LX, Jeep '97 Wrangler.
GMC91 Jimmy4x46.2 white, 4 door, auto, New red paint ob
Diesel 4 in lift. alumi- fully loaded, CD, 100K SUV. 5-spd. 4-cyl. 4 WD.
sum wheels 1206 Radi- miles runs great, very 100,000 mi., power .
al Swampers PS, PB, nice, almost new condi- brakes, power steering,
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GMC'02 Sierra Ext. Cab, 334-693-2099.
great shape, $9500, Call Jeep '08 Wrangler Sa-
334-797-529 haraU 4x, 7,900 mi, hard
347-5249 E top & soft top, towing
GMC '0 SIERRA $23,500, 334-685-0653
SLE. Pick-up. SIL-
VER, Auto. 8-cyl. 2
WD. 23000, excel- "
lent condition. Chevy 01 Tahoe LT,
AM/FM/cd stereo, 128k mi., sun roof, lthr. L '
low miles, very 3rd seat, heated seats, ,- ,
clean, warranty, TV, ALL power, new
PAYOFF. Need min- tires, fact. wrrnty.
ivan instead Call $9,800 090.678-350-
334-685-2190. 8442.


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loaded, 28k rpl.,ext cab,
still under warranty.
$21500. 334-347-7353 or
464-2659 *
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 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-'
0797.

door. Black, Auto. 8-
cyl 4 WD.6-disc in-
Idash changer. 31k
miles, excellent con-
dition. $24000 /obo.I
Call 229-942-5532.
Nissan '07 Titan 5.6 LE
with king cab. 1 owner.
,Leather. Loaded, 13,500
miles. $24,000. 334-794-
8295. before 10am or 1v.
mess. 334-648-0780.
Nissan '06 Titan SE 73K
burgundy, king cab,4
door, tow package,
loaded. $11,000. work
598-3874, cell 726-9500
Toyota '904 Runner,
4x4 Parts only, $300
OBO 850-718-7642


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guard, tool box, new all
tire, great shape. 121K
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silver, auto. 6 cyl. 4 WD.
29,000, Loaded, power
brakes, power steering,
CD, AC, AM/FM, stereo,
runs well, low miles,
very clean, warranty,
Like new. $23,900.Call
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Toyota '02 Tacoma SRs5,
Ext. Cab. Must be refin-
anced loan balance
$12,000. 86k mi., exc.
cond. Call 334-475-1785.


Iuyuma u' acuma A-
Runner, Red, 36K miles,
Loaded, Great cond.
$16,800 OB0.334-34.-
4999.
Toyota.'99 Tacoma 4X4
single cab 4 cyl. auto,
31/1050 all terrian tires.
120k, $9,000 080. 334-
685-7207; 850-258-3018
TOYOTA -'97 T-100 pick
up, Xtra cab. 6-cyl.
127,000 mi, great condi-
tion, new-Michelins,
Tonneau cover. $6198.
334-984-0339.




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Toyota'04 Tundra 47k
4 door All Power,Tinted
Windows ,20" Chrom
Rims, CD $16,800 or
OBO. Call 334-596-0157
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Buick'07 Rainier, By
owner, 2WD, 6 cyl., Sil-
ver Leather, Power,
20,000 mi. $20,000 neg.,
all 334-370-3921,
Buick '07 Rainier, I one
owner, leather, BOSE,
On-Star, 18k miles, gar-
ret/gray, $21,000 neg,
factory warranty. 334-
685-1261 or 334-677-
3281
CHEV '04 Avalanche Z71
loaded $18,000 call 334-
695-2739
Chevrolet '99 S10 Blaz-
er, Good AC New trans.
w Ith warr., New tires,
clean. Runs greatl!!!l
REDUCED!!! $3,200.334-
596-5032
Chevy '00 Tahoe, LT,
4x4, black w/tan leath-
er. 145K, winch & brush
guard. $8,900 OBO 793-
130 or 205-907-0861


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Ford '01 Windstar LX,.
3.8L, V6, auto OD trans,
7 pass., dual sliding
doors, PW/D/L, ruise,
black w/gray cloth in-
ter. 140K miles, well
maint, $3,950.00 850-
557-2875
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334-671-9879.
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.loW, -sp. 6-cyl4wrU. GMC'98 Safari Van,
So, 45,000 miles, Power
Chevy *05 Tahoe, bakes, Powereer- 7pass, V6, AT, AC, Rear -
White, leather, CD, braks, Powr st Air, Very clean, Exe-ar
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701-0338.
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Chevy '03 Trailblazer. AP FTfNr ..
LT, seats 8, ekc. condi-. M UPLTCAriONS
tion. 14000 actuaml. M US rders, 2933 GREEN ST. HISTORIC, true victorian
orig. price. $36,000, ask- 'l e Appointm, nts home has been authentically restored. Features
ing $14,800.334-333-p of this home include 3-marble fireplaces, 13'
1685 r.LC,,L Sn ceilings, heart pine floors & Mohawk laminated
Eddie Bauer'04 Expedi- ., wood flooring, crown molding throughout, orig-
tion, blue. Captain inal bead-board wainscoting in OR, custom
chairs, 107K mi. $10,500( drapes & plantation shutters. $299,900
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die Bauer. 2WD. Excel- EEP '90 YJHi T 5-sd

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Land-Rover49 Range SHERIFF'S SALE
Rover HSE 4.6, fully
loaded,95K mi.,$8,900, NOTICE' is hereby given RUSS LAKE HOLMES COUNTY- It's like
Call (334)I79-0768 that pursuant to a writ
Ca (3 )79- 6 of execution f Issued in being on vacation every day! Beautiful
S the County .Court of home, beautiful lake, great
FORD'97 Expedition Jackson,.Co unty, Fle ori- a S
fully loaded, candy da, on the 14th day of worshop/barn, and it's on 4 acres!! See
greenexcellentcondi- Mercury '99 MT.Dk. .August 2008 in the this one! $359,000
tion $5,5009334-355- Blue w/ grey leather, cause wherein First
0454,334-616-7269 sunroof,89K.Loaded. Union National Bank of .
Great cond. $5900, 334- Florida was plaintiff
Ford 07Explorer Eddie 687-4494. and Jack R. Skakel .is
Bauer, V6, 3rdrowseat, the defendant, being I .
asking $20,975 obo, Call Case Number 90-
34-797-4576 06474COSO.
I, John P. McDaniel As
GMC'02ierrdLTS bur- Sheriff of Jackson
gutndyloaded,b327Vo Countyr, Florida have
tex,.extcab,100K levied on all the
$12,500.OB0 ortake right,U title, and interest 3069 61"STREET- 4 bedroom home with
overpayments (334) of the defendant, Jack
372-4822 R. Skakel in and to the split level design near Jackson Hospital
Nissan'07Armada, following to-wit: and Chipola College: Large family room
Black/tan, oil changes, Lot 2 Block AC, Cor- with fireplace, formal LR and formal DR.
Call Jeff 3347018303 or reted Plat of compass 1.2 acre corner lot. $196,500
Lacy 334-701-6020. Lake Hills Unit TWO, ac-
cording to the Plat
NISSAN ARMADA '0 thereof, as recorded in .
fuly loadedeven navi Plat .Book A-4, pages-
gaton 85k miles. Need 111A through liSA, in-
payoff$18,000 ... elusive of the Public Re-
GMC'O0YUKON 105K (334)695-4965. cords of Jackson Coun-
mles; loaded SLT leath- ty Florida Parcel # R
er, Op-Star, sunroof, Nissan '02 Pathfinder 02-2N-11-0083-IOAC-
DVD Player, warranty, SE. Loaded w/options 0120
$9,000 334-695-0119 Excellent cond. $12,000.
leave message 334-447-0053 and on the 27th day 'of 4342 MAYW 90D DR 2 story brick home with 5
Classifiedshave what Nissan'04 Xterra, 64K October, 2008, at the bedrooms, 3 2 baths situated on 3-acre corner
you are lookingfor. ml., 4x4,AT,$99,800 J ackson County Sher-
OBO, 334-9834446 iff's Office, 4012 La- lot near .Chipola College. Home totally updated.
Nissa, Re ltrSfayette street, 'Marian- Gorgeous POOL! $354,000
T Nissan"06' XterraS, no, Florida, County of

8102 leavem'essage. a-m., or soon thereaf-
ter, I will offer for sale
:-, .all the said defendant,
0Jack R. Skakel's right,
GMC '01 Yukon SLT, title, and interest in the
Leather, ThirdSrow, said property, at pub lic
Tow Package, Good outcry and will sell the
tires, $10,200. 714-9510. same, subject to prior
liens, encumbrances, 545410thSTREET, Malone. Pristen homeinimmaculate
Toyota'00 4 Runner' to the hgh est bidder' or condition. Over 1800 square feet of living area, ponderosa
SLTDHunter green, tan bidders for CASH, the pine paneling in den and Master Bedroom. 100' x190 lot
a 1 leather loaded, excel- proceeds to be applied wth large oaktrees. $129,900.
H knd 6Aco ldent condition $8ye500 as h as may be to the ith e oktr.$190
white, lthr, I owner, ga- OBO 850-445-5767. payment of costs and
raged, 92K7mi.$10,900, the satisfaction ofthe
Great Condl334-692-ed
4124 or 334-797-7603.)' tion. ve 's
In Accordance with the -
American with disabili-
ties act, persons with
disabilities needing
ut.~c special accommodation '
Sto participate in tis 4715 SHEFFIELD DRIVE Country Club Hills Un .
Toyota '0 4,4Runner roceedi ng should con-
Honda'06 Accord EX-L, R Silver. Excellent act the AD.A. coordi-' Pristine home in A-1 condition. Great neighbor-
Charcoal Bronze, load- condition. 67Kmiles n a t'o r t e I e ph o n e hood near new Marianna High School. $169,900
ed,GPS,34Kmiles$18K Electric, leather, Spoil- number 850-482-9624
OBO 850-445-5767 er,$17,000 obo. 334- ext. 103' not later than
791-9595. seven (7) days prior to e.di" t' ~ --C.AL,
the proceedings. Ifet nros-
hearing impaired,
(TOO) 1-800-955-8770,
via the Florida Relay
Service.
DATED: October 1,2008
Honda'01 CRV EX Great n J oHN P. MCDANIEL
Condition! 113kmiles Toyota'O14RunnerSR- Sheriff of. Jackson 2679CHOCTAWTRAIL Indian Springs. POOL!
$7995. West Main Car 5 2-WD $8700.112k County, Florida
Sales. 1862 W. Main. St. miles. West Main Car Spapious brick home on wooded, acre lot. Very
Dothan. 334-699-5850 Sales W. Main. Street /s/Linda J. Cowan Nell built and energy efficient! Call us! $289,900
Honda '06 Element, 20k Dothan. 334-699-5880 BY: Linda J. Cowan
miles, $19,400. OBO Toyota'01 Sequoia, LF14296 .
334-793-5621 limited edition, tan
roof, 109k miles $9,000 Public Sale at Charlie 4
H3347-79t4-30Brown Mini-Storage
$ 0 0(A self-storage facili-
VeS ty) located behind
4648 Hwy 90, on Tues-
'day, Ocotber 21, 2008
at 4:00 P.M. Doors COMPASS LAKE 394 LAKEPOINT DRIVEThis home is
Honda'05 Rancher ES. '/ e open at 3:30 p.m. on situated onPRIMElocation ofthelake!lIt isan-
(5-spdpushbutton the personal goods of
shift), reen 2wd Low the following les- asolute'mustsee!' AskforGina. $495,000
miles, R VERY clean, Like see's:
new. (It does have '.. Clay Alday,&-Bever-
black rims) $3500, 850- 1. Clay Alday & ever-
592-6580
'Chry Town & Country l 2. Teresa Godwin
e a '01 LXI, Loaded 79k ml 3 p Andrew Kirby
S$6995 West Main Car 5 a 4 Kyle Kirby
Saes.1862 West Main Robyn McQueen
SaSt Doth4n. 334.699-580 6. ame a334-699-5
LF14307
Ia INVITATION TO BID 4939 ANDERSON RD, Greenwood.. Located just
NOTICE is hereby given north.of Greenwood Qff Hwy. 71. Nice brick
Hummer '07 H3, that the Town of Ma- home, acre lot, barn, lots of fruit trees.
$24,900, Rled, 10,00 lone is accepting sealed
miles, Red/ Black bids to sale a 2000 Ford$134,900
Leather Seats, Chrome police car.
Brush Guard, LargerT T f n-R
Tires than Stock, 4x4, Dodge '01 Grand Cara- The Town of Malone re-
Call 334-685-3463 von ES, red, Van. Auto. serves the right to ac-
6-cyl. 2 WD. 112,K mi. cept or reject any an-
miles, Loaded, Power d/or all of the bids. To
brakes, Power steering, receive further infor-
CD, A/C, AM/FM, ste- nation in regards to
reo, runs well, leather the vehicle, please con-
int. very clean, $5,200. tact John Cross at Ma-
Call 334-347-0496. lone Town Hall, (8501
569-2308, between the 4507 PUTNAM ST Take a look you'll be
Dodge '99 Caravan V6 hours of 7:00 a.m. and
Jeep '00 Cherokee Sport jazzy 1113 power chair 3:00 p.m. and we are pleasantly surprised!! Home ingreat con-
4-D2WD131kmiles &aHarmar power closed for lunch from d-shop and a
$4500 West Main Car ramp inside. $5000, call 12:00 noon to 1:00 p.m. rge corner lot,
Sales. 1862 West Main Ella Elliot H: 334-793- Monday through Friday. large wooden deck. $169,900
St Dothan. 334-699-5880 7475, C: 334-797-5693 Bids must be ceived
Jeep '01 Cherokee, 4x', Ford '07 E150 Cargo no later than 3:00 p.m.
cold AC.& CD player, 4 van. Contractor ready on Tuesday, November
runs great, new paint, warranty, key less 11, 2008.
$5 na l nnn r5 I .C a r nte,, nt$ aa5rOws3--rT. I.


701-3974


796-8174. TOWN OF MALONE
796-8174. TOWN OF MALONE


4746 HWY 90, MARIANNA, FL Perfect commercial property located at
one of the busiest red lights in Jackson Co. with over 24.500 car/traffic
counts daily, per FL D.OT. Land has 328' on Hwy 90 and 457'on Panhandle
Rd. and is across Hwy 90 from Oak Station Shopping Center Office build
ing contains over 2,0000sq. ft.with city water and sewer. MLS#7-1814"




2393 HIGHWAY 2, CAMPBELLTON, FL Nice 1804 sq ft.. 2 bedrooms, 2
bath home has new roof, new paint, hardwood floors:Home and 1 acre
for $99K: Additional 4.25 acres that are zoned commercial can be' pur-
chased [or S28K. MLS 08-854
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.J M ; E NUT ,'.,a u u m0Nn tf eL .' E i'' iil -r....i -
listed at only S62K. Portion of property cleared and still has some irriga-
tion hoses intact. Wooded area has a couple of small ponds, There is a
legal ingress and egress easement from the highway to this property


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3898 PEANUT ROAD, COTTONpALE, FL 2 bedrooms. 2 bath home


a/c. 40x36 pole barn with concrete flooring, 20x16 shed, 4 car
attached carport w/ceiin fans. 10x20screened porch. Home is a
musl see!MLS#08-1106 164,000




GRAY OAK WAY. MARIANNA, FL Beatful new construction 3/2home


2466 DILMORE RD, COTTONDALE, FL
* 212 Home on 6 acres Fronts Dilmore Rd and 1.10* OWNER -
FINANCING! MLS# 08-167 S54,900 .




2361 SANDOVAL ST, ALFORD, FL
* 3/2 Horle located in CLH's 16x17 covered porch Current survey.
appraised at $99K OWNER MOTIVATED* MLS# 08-1626 574,900




7591 HWY 90,GRANQ RIDGE, FL
* 1.07 acre lot Corner of Hwy 90 & Morgan Loop High & dry 396' on
Hwy o90OWNER FINANCING! 'MLS# 08-1628 $39,000




TBD CANTERBURY DR, MARIANNA, FL
* Lot 3 6 are available tor $14K each Close to town just off Hwy 71
* Great lots for landohome package MLS# 08-1629 514,000




TBDWOODBERRY RD, MARIANNA, FL
* Lot 9 in Hill-Dale Estates Located just off Pebble Hill Rd.
* OWNER FINANCING MLS# 08-1630 6,000




2891 LAWRENCEVILLE RD, COTTONDALE, FL
* 23 acres Located on corner of Lawrenceville & Moore Rd. Could
be split for 2 home sites' MLS# 08-185 S41,000


. 2,992 SF under roof 3/2 with 3 car garage In-ground pool, fenced
in back yard Screened in back porch OWNER FINANCING!
- $124,000




2022 LINCOLN AVE, GRAND RIDGE, FL
* 1,537 SF under roof 3/1 cute home in city limits large yard,
barr orkshop Relocating.. MUST SELL..BRING OFFERS

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LOCATION!


LOCATION!


LOCATION!

4257 LAFAYETTE STREET
S(HIGHWAY 90)!
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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WATERFRONT!
ON COMPASS
LAKE
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 @
$349,000!


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Sapp
Broker Owner/Realtor


(850) 209-3595
tsapp@earthlink.com
Call Us For All Your Real Estate Needs
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Marianna, Florida 32446
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WATERFRONT! ON COMPASS LAKE. 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 @ $349,000! MLS# 08-1585


45 ACRts UI uuO u lu C r LANDU current-
ly in peanuts. Please view photos. North
Jackson County Farm come with deeded 40 ft.
easement. Priced to sell quick @ $125,000!
Bring all Offers! MLS# 08-1603
MWs^ aBw


NICE 3/15 BRICK HOME IN THE COUN-
TRY. Nice big yard with detached carport and
barn in the back yard. Beautiful property. Great
house for first time buyer. 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 back porch with plenty of shade.
Large 3 car shop/garage & another office/building.
All on paved street & close to shopping. 45 min-
utes to Panama City. $96300 MIS #: 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.
ALL FOR ONLY $298,900 MLS# 08-1513


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4113 Leisure
Lakes Drive,


S2128 sq. ft. mobile home 4 bedrooms & 2 baths Lakefront on
Lake Denise Office/Bonus room off master suile- #07-2312
3060 Hunter
Fish Camp
Rd.


io,li,.,t` In h ii.TInl.,l ,, ,m:-] i
5095 Old
Hickory Clircle.
Marlanna

3776 +/- sq.ft. 3 bedrooms & 3.5 baths Huge
kitchen, skylites & glass across back of home
WATERFRONT on Merrits Millpond Dock, boat-
house- #08-1177

Mc person,
Alford


acres 3BR/28 3 outbuildings #07-1982


3124
Fourth St.,
Marianna

LArjH E ? il:,r n r,.mo .I 4,irL ? drJ r ..T. &
baths Master bedroom on main floor Kitchen w/center
island Formal living & dining room* #08-1203
5800
SR-77,
Graceville

It.6 0 n r,,,Tr : M: N pt .. .,'',, J. i' h I
floors Granite countertops & stainless steel appliances -1.60
acres Adjoining 1.80 acres & bar available #08-1156
1167
CR-177A,
Bonifay

1728 sq.ft. home on 3.24 acres Flowing creek & large hardwoods
w/lots of wildlife on prop 38R/2B w/new hardwood & carpet flooring
Kitchen & dining area share double sided gas log fireplace #08-1161

Oak Trace,
Marianna

r,, ,3,,'.,T, .. .. r,.,ll I.,Tr,' '. ri.!l r r., .i..', r,.,r., ..T, . ,jI
on main floor Inground pool w/outside shower & 5 bath Formal living
& dining room Lare kitchen w/center island* #081264




2119 Aaron Ave.,
Grand Ridge

S3 bedrooms & 2 baths 9' ceilings* Deluxe kitchen Formal dining
room Garden tub in master suite *18' x 9' front porch *#07-1418


INCOME PRODUCING PROPERTY FOR e 71 51 7
SALE! Edgewood II, an established apartment Woodgale
complex near Marianna, consisting of 16 fur- Way.lMaiama
nished units, laundry room for tenants, 2 wells, lP Qf W
and lots of Highway 90 frontage.is currently 2618 sq. 3 or bedrooms family room, formal &
available for purchase. Also, included in the florida room heated inground pool -1.04 ac Located
purchase is a 1.88 acre commercial corer lot across from Indian Springs Golf #08-727
across from Dar-Bee's convenience store. 2960 Chase Wa
$695,000 MLS# 08-799: Maianay,


1sltin Jacs Co. Certified EnergySt r Home-2743 sq. f
*Addi onalaceageavaiable-4 bedrooms& 3 ats-CentralVacuum
System TanklessGas Wateeer-he GraniteCounertops #08629
486 Dogwood Dr.
50-ACRE MINI FARM w/2 years new 3200 Marlanna
sq.ft. bedroom 2.5 Baths, Designer Finishes, I
Gourmet Kitchen w/SS Appliances, Study,
11x11.3 MasterCloet,2 Car Garage. Under .1350+/- s.ft.-3 bedrooms& 1.5 baths*120+/- acre lot
Roof SF 4,472. Rocking Chair Front Porch Owner financing available 08-742
w/view of majestic drive, Screened Porch with -fncebckyard er inacg valley #0-742
Deck Overlooking cleared 20 Acre w/stocked tAY; IJ 1: iti1
sisetpoiu -ii1 7xju voriesteasl h wino1 tout -- -i -


fishpond and 20x30 Metal barn w-/ bd-rm
apartment. $899,000 MLS# 08-502
OFF~eL~


UNPACKI & M110 IN! \cr) clkn 2 DD%
on nice lot on Ashleigh Avenue, Grand Ridge.
New carpet, new vinyl. Big front & back deck.
All electric. On a deed restricted lot. Separate
living 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
ONLY $79,900! MLS# 08-1335


709 Blue Jay
Ave.,
Marlanna

* :t Oueai:..m, i t, tD3ir 1 .- q n 'POle rrrn
& outbuilding Master suite,w/walk in closet *
Family room w/gas log fireplace MLS#08-1580
/. I


SiayMlli'aitrm

2167 sq.ft. 3 bedrooms 2 baths 2 car garage Home
WATERFRONT ON SURPRISE LAKE! 6 4 over looks Indian Springs golf course #07-1620
acres. 300 feet on water! Beautiful pr'ie l 4871
Springfed Lake in Jackson County' D'eed I Me3donileiRd
Restcted! Well & Septic tank Power Re iJ\Mrinn
for you to build your new home! Come a- i m rl in
fish or just enioy the view or Bring AC rer'
All for $199,000! MLS# 08-292
." I .,.^^ ^ ^ ^iI I* ll l lrllln.>l > .1 II ll.r lll..I lj llllll.. l
Family room wfirepaace 2 car garage & outbuilding Termite bnd -I08-885




2057 Gay
NEAT & ATTRACTIVE this 2/1.5 sits on a nice Ave.,
..q on ....a. ...., .o,.,-.. ...-.-.-.. i -h r- Sneads


aidUy loU UIt a pavedus trIlei Ill n-attaollUUUllc.
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

LAND &

ACREAGE
S5 Acres on Hwy 2-- Malone area.
07-2767 $39,995
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 lonMcCormick
Lake, power, well $99,000


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Broker/Owner Realtor Realtor
850-573-1543 850-209-2157
"Building Success One
Client at a Time"
P.O. Box 190, Greenwood, FL 32443
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39O u..LLLC.=R nu, MUn VL.IL.t. riLuesqueI
Horse farm on 31 secluded acres. This Turn-key
farm has a great 3 bedroom 3 bath brick home with
2896 under roof. The horse barn has 10 stalls all
with automatic horse waterer's 2X6 pressure treat-
ed stall construction, double roll up doors -w-
baked on metal exterior. 24X36 feed/tack barn,
concrete floors, tack-up area, concrete wash rack,
round den. lighted arena: cross fenced pastures.


milking parlor with two milk tanks (1500 gal total).
Brand new (348x40) free stall barn for 199 cow
capacity with feed alley. New 96x50 Storage barn.
Up to date equip plan. The brick home is a 4 bed-
room 2%/ bath home with great large rooms. The
house is tastefully landscaped, ith a wonderful
variety of fruit trees. MLS#08-1268 $525.000.


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UZUZ2 JUNIPER SW AV., B1LOUNTSTOWN
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.
#07.2515i t32 .0n CALL BRID(ETT


BUNK HOUSE

BEAUTIFUL 16 acre horse farm with
1680 sQ. ft.,, 2/2 stucco /stone home
with an unfinished, 1340 sQ. ft. master
bedroom addition, making a total of
3000 sq.ft. under roof. One bedroom
/ I bath bunk house. 4 Stall horse barn
with tack room. 2 Stall horse barn,
stocked fish pond, fenced & cross.
fenced, RV pole barn and more.'
4479 .900 0nr.q94n


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


576+ FORT RD, GREENWOOD OAK PARK
MOBILE HOME PARK. Tired of low interest on your
money? Great investmentlincome producing prop-
erty. Excellent rental history.lncludes 7 owned
mobile homes, three rented spaces and room for BRING OFFERS
two additional mobile homes. MLS 08-329
$250,000. LYNN HAVENI Old Building.of little value on the 3
i lots. Zoned low density residential with permission for
Minor S/D; and a survey, you can split property into 2
lots. for 2 homes. Comer lot, large shade trees in a nice
neighborhood in Lynn Haven. #08-1059 $125,000


- FEATURED HOME -
DEERWOOD DRIVE, MALONE
Bring the Family!! 3/2 brick home on 5
acres with room to grow, 2004 sq.ft. h/c &
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-
w-center island and large pantry opens into
the formal dining room with a bay window.
The huge living room has a cozy wood
burning fireplace. Great for entertaining,
there is a large in ground pool & BBQ area.
A workshop/hobby barn (20x40) is includ-
ed and could be converted to a nice horse
barn or apartment. $185,000







5050 FORD RD, GREENWOOD, FL What a
wonderful country home on 4.32
acres.Exceptionally nice 4/2 roomy double wide
with many extras. Starting with the kitchen,great
center island, high quality oak cabinets, built in
oven and gas counter top range.There is a large
living room, den with a cozy fireplace, & huge
master suite. The mini farm (with pasture) has a
24X24 shed, a 24x24 work shop and a 18x42
covered area fnr altno stlf nfl


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4874 HIGHWAY 71, GREENWOOD. Great home in
the country with huge live oak trees in the yard.
Nice 3/2 Brick home in beautiful setting. Nice rear
year bar-b-cuing Brea. Price reflects new
carpet/flooring, new paint and stove. $141,000
. A riI.


.. 3004 Chase 812 HIGHWAY 71, MARIANNA, FL Quaint home
Way, in the country on a beautiful 1.34 acres. Don't let
Marlanna the age fool you, this home has been updated
I' new central h/c, new roof, nice kitchen, new
plumbing, freshly painted and wonderful front
6237 +/- sq.ft. EXECUTIVE home in Spring Chase screened in porch. This "place has a large
*3 BR/3 full baths & (2) h baths 3 car garage 3 central shop/barn, 1860 sq ft of covered areas with a
unit w/3 zones Home theater room #08-1362 24X11 enclosed workshop with electrical and
5114Prsidents water. The property Is exceptionally nice.
Cle, $99,900


Si l r .. ,i r...,r, * ,;t,,.', ,, t .il .. I .,J,.,,,,,,
floors Above ground pool Nice cabinets in kitchen
#08-1279
3623 Greenfield
Rd.,Marianna THE PERFECT PLACE FOR YOUR NEW HOME in
a beautiful country setting. 26 plus acres of
rolling grassy fields, with Hertitage oaks dotting
S2126 sqt.l. new construction home 3BR/2B garage insulated the countryside. Great views and terrific building
door Crown molding, base board, vaulted ceilings, hard wood sites. Very Nice New homes in this area. Deed
tle flooring Baths /cultured marble countertops* #08-1103 restricted to 1800 sq./ft. h/c Owner/agent. Owner
financing available with 10% down. $205,000.


Spacious family home W/split bedroom desigm.
Needs TLC. New wood laminate flooring, fire-
place and central unit. Interior needs painting.
some baseboards replaced, some floor covering
replaced and kitchen updated. Owner will do


Beautiful 3+ acre lot has oak trees and cleared for build-
ing. Frontage on a pond in SW comer of lot. Lot located
in vicinity of Silver Lake. All the amenities of Compass
Lake Hills horseback riding, swimming, boating, fish-
ing, rental of cottages, campsites & lodge on McCormick
Lake, etc. 07-3070 ONLY $20,000 MAKE OFFERI






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







MARIANNA 5 Acres. Count maintained road on North side
of property and a private road on East side. Wet weather area
on SE side. possible pond site. MH ok. #07-1692 $32500.


HANDY MAN SPECIAL BEING SOLD "AS IS". Great
location South of Bonifay, beautiful property. Well and
septic on property, do not know condition. House has
den that could be used as second bedroom. New bath-
room fixtures and some building supplies are in the
house, OWNER ANXIOUS. #08-945 $49,000


* Lots in Compass Lake in the Hills Subdivision
beginning at $15,000
* Sunny Hill is a restricted subdivision North of
Panama City and the beaches. In area of new
Bay County Airport. A-2964 #08-1101 $18,000
* Cerro Gordo Estate. Westville. Enjoy fishing &
relaxing near Choctawhatchee River. Lot has
water & septic. #07-2162 $10.000.
* Grand Ridge- 15 Acres on Hwy. 69
South. Septic tank and city water. #A-2972
$140,000


Affordable New Home in Marianna! This
3/2 w/ 2 car garage completed in '07 sits on
beautiful comer lot. Comes w/ top of the line
appliances, upgraded carpet & vinyl, upgrad-
ed fixtures, office space, Irg back deck w/
storage space beneath. Lrg semi-basement w/
electricity. Vinyl siding & stucco.
Dimensional shingles. Energy Efficient. So
much more! #07-2316 $149,900 CALL
BRIDGETT







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


CANE ST., ALFORD, FL
Comes withall the amenities of compass Lake
in the Hills Subdivision, including Tennis
,Court, Swimming P6ol, Horse Stable, Boat
Rentals, and more. #08-224
CALL BRIDGETT


Great Location, open floor plan and split
bedrooms. This 4/2 has new carpet, tile, light
fixtures, ceiling fans, with freshly painted
interior and exterior. Kitchen has Shenandoah
cabinets with hard surface counter tops. New
windows and doors interior and exterior.
French doors leading to new 10x12 deck and
8x13 workshop. Also has new metal roof.
#08-399 $144,900 CALL LISA


4218 WOODBERRY KOAD, MARIANNA
3/2 Home built in,2007. Has vaulted living
room ceiling. Kitchen has beautiful oak
stain ons cabinets. Has front and back porch
and sits on 1.14 arce. Open floor plan with
neutral paint choices and flooring. #08-400
$136,900 CALL LISA
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3343 OLD US ROAD, MARIANNA
Beautiful stately home on 12 acres with Big
oaks and 7+ acre lake. Property can accomo-
date horses. Stable was converted to a game
room. 4 bedroom 2.5 bathroom, with covered
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
list #08-549 $499,900 CAI,I, LISA






.%'I, I|,. DI-IIl II \1\1 i
on approximately V2 acre. Fenced yard for animals.
Albut 9 miles east of Marianna in Minton
Subdivision. Living room & diinng room all one
room. Great place torfirst limne buyers. Guest bath
has sky light. The home has a split floor plan.
#08-503 $67,900 ( CA LL .ISA
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Nice 3/1.5 Brick Home in the country. Nice big
yard with detached carpet and barn in the back
yard. Beautiful property. Great house for a first time
buyer. Living room o:d kitchen open floor plan.
Screned frontil orch. Extra mrom could be used as
bedroom, dfen. office, etc. #0-960 CALL. LISA


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