Title: Jackson County Floridan
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 Material Information
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 26, 2008
Copyright Date: 2009
Frequency: daily (except saturday and monday)[<1979-1995>]
weekly[ former 1934-<1955>]
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Marianna (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jackson County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States of America -- Florida -- Jackson -- Marianna
 Notes
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: VID00096
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: ltuf - ACA5476
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 Related Items
Preceded by: Times-courier (Marianna, Fla. : 1947)
Preceded by: Marianna Floridan

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4 Sections, 32 Pages
Volume 85 Number 210


Fugitive

nabbed
FLORIDAN STAFF REPORT
The Marianna Police
Department apprehended a
fugitive at Marianna Garden
Apartments on Thursday.
Robert Lee Williams was
taken into custody and trans-
ported tdo the Jackson county
Correctional Facility to await
extradition from Calhoun
County, according to MPD.
Williams had active warrants
from Calhoun County for vio-
lation of probation, said MPD.
Officer found Williams in
room 106 of Marianna Garden
Apartments.


Armed

robbery

suspects

at large
FLORIDAN STAFF REPOuRT
*The Jackson' County
Sheriff's Office is seeking tmo
suspects in an armed robbery
that occurred Friday night.
An individual at a residence
on property of clover Leaf Gin.
at 4455 Highway 162, called
authorities ,at 8 p.m. to report
the robbery, according to
JCSO.
The victim reported that a
white male armed with a hand
gun entered the victim's resi-
dence and "demanded money.
while .a second white male.
stood 'at or in the doorway '
armed with some sort of long
gun., according to JCSO.
The suspects took an undis-
closed amount of money from
the victim and fled the scene,
according to JCSO,
The .sheriff's department
describe one suspect as a white
male, about six' feet tall, w ith
glasses, wearing a black jacket
with a hood and blue jeans.
The -other, suspect was
described as a white male. with
possibly a bandanna covering
his face.
An investigation of the rob-
bery is ongoing, and those with
information may call the
Jackson County Sheriff's
Office at 850-482-9664 or
CrimeStoppers at 850-526-
5000.


Reward'
offered in four-
wheeler theft
FLORIDAN STAFF REPORT
The Washington County
Sheriff's Office is offering a
reward of up to, $1,000 for
'information in the theft of a
four-wheeler.
The orange 2003 Honda
Rancher 4-Wheeler was stolen
from a residence on Orange
Hill Road in Chipley on
Thursday, Oct. 23.
According to WCSO, wit-
nesses saw tw6 white males in
their 30's with medium to
dark hair.
The two men were appar-
ently seen loading the four-
wheeler into a small gray or
tan pick-up truck, said
WCSO.
The sheriff's department
said the four-wheeler was val-
ued at about $5,000.
Anyone. with information
regarding this crime may call
CrimeStoppers at 850-638-
TIPS (8477).
A reward of up to $1,000
may be offered to anyone who
provides information leading
to the capture and conviction
of the individuals involved.
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From the left are Coreatha Walker holding Caylee Gilbert, Christopher Gilbert and Caleb
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SUNDAY


One year later,

victim's family

recalls Gilbert
murder

BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
Jackson County man Fred Gilbert begged
for the lives of his three children and their
mother before he died at the the hands of
thieves.
And perhaps his plea made a difference a
year after Coreatha Walker lost her long-time
sweetheart, she anid their children are alive
and doing pretty well.
It could have been different. They could
have met the same fate as Gilbert.
At one point, she and the kids were locked
in the trunk of a car, af the mercy of the men
See MURDER, Page 7A


Can you .help


John Anderson, a volunteer at the Chipola Family Ministries Food Pantry,boxes up food. The 2008 Floridan Food Drive Begins Monday
Oct. 22. Nonperishable food items may be dropped off at the.Floridan Office in downtown Marianna: Mark Skinner / Floridan


The 2008 Floridan Food Drive starts tomorrow
BY KATE McCARDELL the last couple months, due to a director of the nonprofit organi- over the lat 'ear.
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER significant lack of food dona- nation based in Marianna. '"We distributed over 88,001


lions.
When you're in thebusiness, of "Two and a half months ago we
helping people, it can be extra had to cut back on the number of'
difficult to have to turn people people we serve. We cut down
away in their time of need. from seeing about 30 people a
Chipola Family Ministries Inc. day to about 20 because of the
has-had to do this many times in lack' of food," said Fred Cook,'


As CFM faces a decrease in
donations, it has seen a,very large
increase in clients over the. last
year.
Cook said CFM has gained 363
:news clients this year, and has
recorded serving 8,379 families


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pounds ,of food in the last ten
months," saiO Cook.
The Jackson County Floridan
is on a mission to refuel Chipola
Family Ministries' food bank
See FOOD, Page 7A,>


State park gets spooky?
BY KATE McCARDELL but also World War I Veterans or skilled"
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER laborers, gathered under government auspices',
T . d F d C and payed to perform civil engineering proj-
This Friday 'and Saturday. Florida Caverns 'ects., ... '. ..
State Park will host "ghosts"' from 'the The event is sponsored by the' Friends of
Cavern's past, as well as families seeking a the Florida Caverns. A $4 donation will be
safe alternative to traditional trick-or-treating. accepted for parking.
The Spirit of the Caverns Festival begins at ; Interpretive cave tour tickets will be sold on
6 p.m. on both nights. afirst-come, first-serned basis, at $8 per adult
. Hayrides, children's games, interpretive and $5 per child. Children under the age of 3
displays and cave tours will be available for may attend for free.
all park visitors to enjoy. For more information about Spirit of the
The interpretive cave tour will feature some Caverns, or Florida Caverns State Park, call
dearly departed friends of the Caverns, 850-482-1228.
including workers from the Civilian
Conservation Corps, which completed the
construction of the park's 'visitors center in
1942. .Cave tours will be part of the Spirit of the
The CCC was formed by act of Congress in Caverns event Friday and Saturday. -
1933. It was a group of men, mostly youths :: : Mark Skinner / Floridan


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High 730 ing the day and
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I Tuesday It will be another
sunny, cool day.
| High 690
Low 400


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Circulation Manager Dena
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Contact Us.
Telephone: (850) 526-3614
FAX: (850) 482-4478
E-mail: editorial@jcfloridan.com
S Mailing Address: ..
P.O. Box 520, Marianna, FL 32447
Street Address:
4403 Constitution Lane
Marianna, FL 32446
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a.m. Sunday.The Jackson County
Floridan (USPS 271-840) is pub-
lished Tuesday through Friday and
Sunday mornings. Periodical
postage paid at Marianna, Fla.
Subscription
Rates
Home delivery: $11.23 per
month; $32.83 for three months;
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for.one year. All prices include appli-
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publisher shall not be liable for
damages arising out of errors and
advertisements beyond the amount
paid for the space actually occupied
by that portion of the advertise-
ments in which the error occurred,
whether such error is due to the
negligence of the publisher's
employees or otherwise, and .there
shall be not liability for non-inser-
tion of any advertisement beyond
the amount paid for such advertise-
ment. This newspaper will not
knowingly accept or publish illegal
material of any kind. Advertising
which expresses preference based
on legally protected personal char-
acteristics is 'not acceptable.
How to get your
,news published
The Jackson County Floridan will
publish hews of general interest free
of charge.. Submit your news or
Community Calendar events .via e-
mail, fax, mail, or hand delivery.
Fees may apply for wedding,
engagement, anniversary and birth
announcements. Forms are avail-
able at the Floridan offices.
Photographs must be of good qual-
ity and suitable for print. The
Floridan reserves the right to edit all
submissions.


October 26 --Sunday. "
The Jackson County Pageant Committee hosts.
a crowning ceremony for the new Miss Jackson
County, Austin Beauchamp. Reigning Miss Jackson
County, Alicia Hatcher, who is the new Miss National
Peanut Festival, will perform the crowning ceremo-
ny. The event will take place at The Russ House,
4318 Lafayette St., Marianna, at 3 p.m. Call Statey
Larkin at 482-5275.
October 27 Monday
An exhibition of works by local artists featuring
Jackson County images runs Oct. 20-30, at the
Russ House in Marianna. Viewing hours: 8:30 a.m.
to 5 p.m., Monday-through Friday. No charge to'
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 County' Chamber of
Commerce, 482-8060, for more information.
'* Participating artists can drop off art at Chipola
Arts Center from 9 to 11 a.m., and 4 to 6 p.m., for
the fourth annual Sunday Afternoon with the Arts.
Call NancyZurenda, 526-5977.
Alcoholics Anonymous has 'an open meeting
each Monday, from 8 to 9 p.m., at the First.United
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna.
Meet in the AA room. :
Chipola' College will,:hold a 16-hour.Firearms
Familiarization course Oct. 27-30, at the Reddoch
Firing Range on the Blue Springs HighWay. Pre-reg-
istration and payment of the $60 fee is due prior to
the first class meeting. Call Doris Williams at 718-
2394 or e-mail williamsd@chipola.edu.
The Riverside Elementary School Advisory
Council meets at 6 p.m., in the conference room, to
discuss goals for the upcoming year and "A
Recognition Money."

'October 28 Tuesday
Pilates for Pink classes are at 8 a.m., 4 p.m., and
5:30 p.m., at Integras Wellness Center in Marianna.
Bring a $10 donation to The Breast Cancer Research
Foundation; checks and: online donations


(www.bcrfcure.org, print receipt) accepted. Non-
. members welcome. Free t-shirt to those signing up
early. Call 482-6221. .
Covenant Hospice hosts a volunteer workshop'
from I to 3 p.m., at the Marianna Covenant Hospice
branch, 4440 Lafayette St., Suite C. Free and open
to those interested in volunteering. Food, drinks
provided. To register/learn more, call Donna
Meldon, 482-8520.
Alcoholics Anonymous has an open meeting
each Tuesday, from 8 to 9 p.m., at the First United
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna.
Meet in the AA room.
Christine Gilbert teaches free quilting, crochet-
inbg or knitting classes Tuesdays at 1 p.m., at the
Jackson .County Senior Citizens center, 2931
Optimist Dr., Marianna. Call 482-5028.
'-, The St.: Anne Thrift Shop, 4287 Second Ave.,
Marianna, will have a sale--50 percent off all
clothes purchases--Oct. 28 and Oct. 30, 9a.m. to.
1 p.m. Call 482-3734.

October 29 -,Wednesday
*Jackson County ARC, 2973 Pennsylvania Ave;,
Marianna, hosts a Haunted House and Hay Ride
Oct. 29-30, from 6 to 9 p.m. Cost is $5 each, $8
for two. Free treat bag for the children.. Call 526-
7333.
Sneads High School Project Graduation's
Haunted House is Oct. 29-31, at the Log Cabin in
Sneads. Doors open at 6 p.m. and will close when
the last victim has been escorted in. Admission is
$3 per person. Baked goods and "Witches Brew"
will be available on Friday night.
Pharmacy Day "Brown Bag Your Meds" -
from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., in the community room of
the Hudnall building, Jackson Hospital. Bring pre-
scriptions, over-the-counter drugs or herbal sup-
plements and discuss possible food or drug inter-
actions with hospital pharmacists.
. Alcoholics Anonymous has an open meeting
each Wednesday, noon to 1 p.m., at the First
U, united Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna. Meet in the AA room.


October 30 Thursday
Customer Appreciation Lunch with Sherry A.
Brown, Tax Collector and Staff is at the Jackson
County Farmers' Market pavilion on Jackson Street in
Marianna. Free lunch served from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Jackson County Chamber of Commerce and
Artists Guild of North West Florida host Art Auction &
Wine Tasting at the Russ House, 4318 Lafayette St.,
Marianna. Silent auction and reception 5 to 6:15 p.m.;
live auction at 6:15 p.m. Available tickets limited to
80 -- Cost is $30 per person, $50 per couple. Original
art by local artists, featuring prominent Jackson
County images auctioned' to raise money for the
Historic Russ House Endowment. Auction pieces on
exhibit at the Russ House for the two weeks preced-
ing the Oct. 30 event. Call 482-8060.
.* Sneads High School Project Graduation's
Haunted House is Oct. 29-31, at the Log Cabin in
Sneads. Doors open at 6 p.m. and will close when the
last victim has been escorted in. Admission is $3 per
person. Baked goods and "Witches Brew" will be
available on Friday night.
Jackson County ARC, 2973 Pennsylvania Ave.,
Marianna, hosts a Haunted House and Hay Ride Oct.
29-30, from 6 to 9 p.m. Cost is $5 each, $8 for two.
Free treat bag for the children. Call 526-7333.
Lakisha Griffin of' Big Bend AHEC Tallahassee
hosts free diabetes classes covering 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
Methodist Church, 2901. Caledonia St., Marianna.
Meet in the AA room. Attendance is limited to per-
sons with a desire to stop drinking.
The Jackson Hospital Foundation, Inc.'s annual
meeting is at noon, in the Hudnall Building
Community Room. Lunch provided. Respond to
718-2601.
The St. Anne Thrift Shop, 4287 Second Ave.,
Marianna, will have a sale-50 percent off all
clothes purchases-Oct. 28 and Oct. .30, 9 a.m: to
1 p.m. Call 482-3734.


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


POLICE ROUNDUP


* MARIANNA POLICE
The Marianna Police Department
listed the following incidents for Oct.
24, the latest available report: One
*traffic accident, one reckless driver,
one suspicious incident, one informa-
tion, two disturbance, one power lines
down, one larceny, one juvenile
report/complaint, three assisting
another agency, three public service,
four warrant served and two 911
hang-up.
JACKSON COUNTY
SHERIFF'S OFFICE
The Jackson County Sheriff's
Office listed the following incidents
for Oct. 24, the latest available report:
One abandoned vehicle, three alarm,
one aggravated assault, one burglary,
one child abuse, three criminal mis-
chief/vandalism, one domestic vio-
lence, one funeral escort, one harass-
ment, five information report, seven


investigation, three larceny, one loud
noise/music complaint, one
obscene/harassing phone call, one
patrol request, one public service, one
retail theft/gas skip, one armed rob-
bery, one theft of prop- .
erty/services. one z
threat, one traffic acci- j''j 2 -
dent, five traffic stop. ,-'-- .
one trespassing, oneCRNME
warrant arrest/prisoner -
in custody and two 911 hang-up.
JACKSON COUNTY
CORRECTIONAL FACILITY
The following persons were booked
into the county jail during the latest
reporting periods:
Jerith McKinnie, 18, 4906
Highway 273, Campbellton, disruption
of a school function.
Robert Williams, 27, 3130
Highway 90, Marianna, hold for
Calhoun County.


Harold Richards, 42, 4631 Fa
Way, Crestview, failure to deliver le
equipment.
-Kevin Hall, 47, 2963 Salem Ch
Rd., Sneads, battery (domestic
lence).
Angela Commander, 37, 3
Carters Mill Rd., Marianna, grand t
Marcus Rhodes, 30, 5819 IN
Landing Rd., Bascom, serving w
ends.
Naneita Millwood, 33, 4429 F
Hills Dr., Apt. D, Marianna, hold
court.
Steven Weller, 2815 JR
Cottondale, battery (domestic
lence).
JAIL POPULATION: 203
To report a crime,
CrimeStoppers at 526-5000.
To report a wildlife violation,
1-888-404-FWCC (3922).


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sure content in the news-
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heft. tual. When the Floridan
qeals learns that it has made an
'eek- .error, it is our policy to
correct the mistake
j for promptly. To report an
error, please call the
Dr., newsroom at 526-3614
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NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN BY THE CITY OF.MARIANNA
PLANNING & ZONING BOARD OF ITS INTENT TO
CONDUCT A PUBLIC MEETING TO REVIEW THE
FOLLOWING APPLICATIONS AND OTHER BUSINESS:

- Marela Center Proposed 10,000 square foot office building to
be located immediately south of Jim's Buffet off Lafayette Street
within the City of Marianna.

- Chipola College Multi-Use Conference Center Proposed 1800
square foot student multi-use facility to be located on Indian
Circle within the City. of Marianna.

- Harris Subdivision Proposed preliminary plat for a four lot
subdivision to be located at the southwest corner of the 6th
Avenue/5th Street intersection.

- Other Business

The public meeting will be held in the City Commission Chambers
of Marianna City Hall located at 2897 Jefferson Street, Marianna,
Florida on Monday the 27th of October 2008 at 4:00 p.m.

Comments are encouraged. Anyone desiring information may contact
the City of Marianna Municipal Development Department at
*2897 Jefferson Street, Marianna, Florida or contact by phone at
(850) 482-2786 during regular business hours.


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McCain supporter will you send back to America?
w inh in How will you protect innocent
ii: ::school children? Your deci-
l Dear Editor, sions nill positively or nega-
ar o ively affect the progress of this
At this time (e iave two of city and, school system for
A .iv o many years to come:.Don'tyou
our brightest Senators running care about what will happen to
fr the nredn' care about whaWill to


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Generally speaking, we are a
religious community. Our
Savior said, "It's by their fruit
you shall know them." ,
The record indicates we
should vote for Senator
McCain. .
Claude M. Reese
Greenwood

It's not about Greg
Hopward, city
commissioner says
Dear Editor,
'I .have observed, with great
disturbance within me, the past
events that have occurred in
our fair city. As I attended the
last school board sheeting, held
last Thursday on Oct. 16, along.
with several' other concerned
citizens, my first thought, as I
saw the overflow crowd stand-
ing in the hallway and outside
on the lawn of the school board
building, was that this meeting
should have been held at the
Agriculture. Building on
Pennsylvania Avenue, in order
to accommodate the many peo-
ple.
As 1 listened to the support-
ers speak for the school chil-
dren of Jackson County and the
supporter speak. for Greg
Howard, I have come to this
conclusion: "It's not about poor
old Greg Howard, It's about the
children."
In my opinion, whahlhas hap-
pen is that Greg has'planted the
thought or idea in the minds of
like-minded people-intended
or not intended-that if you
don't like a certain student or a
certain race of people, black,
white, Hispanic, or other, here
is what you do negatively to
those people and get away with
it. ,
More important than that is
that these same negative
thoughts or ideas have been
planted in the"minds of inno-
cent children. These same chil-
dren are our leaders of tomor-
row. This must not be and can
not be tolerated.
To the local leaders of this
city and this county,*this thing
should never have gotten this
far. We local leaders should
have come together-and can
still come together-with the
parents and school board mem-
bers and solve this matter
locally. I do believe that the
people of this county and city
understand what I am talking
about.
My next point is this: How
will this event affect our city?
A bad message has been sent
out over this nation about the
City of Marianna, Florida.
What type of leaders do we
have? Greg Howard has not
been put on notice here, but he
has put you, Superintendent
Danny Sims and the School
Board of Jackson County, "the
protector of school children,"
on center stage. What message


our city and our school system?
Other productive people'con-
sidering moving here to live
will be greatly influenced by
your action .'-The Jackson
County Chamber of
Commerce, Tourist
Development Council, and the'
Jackson County Development.
Council's ability to recruit
business and industry will be
affected by your actions. Think
of the children, and think of.the
city. It's in your hands.
Finally, I would like to thank
Pastor Riley. Henderson of the
St: Luke Missionary Baptist
Church for tactfully placing
everything into proper focus.
Thanks to the parents for stand-
ing up for the children. And
thanks to school board mem-
bers Charlotte, Gardner and"
Kenny Griffin for their vote, to
support the school children of
Jackson County and their right
to a proper education.
Roger Clay
Marianna City
Commissioner, .District 1

Man laments poor -
showing at ,
mainstream
conservative movie
Dear Editor,
Because the 'election now
seems all but a foregone con-'
clusion, I sought a little therapy
in the form of "An American
Carol" last night. It's conserva-
tive; it's comedic, and it's
Hollywood's long-overdue
attempt to court right-leaning
Americans.
. Unfortunately,. the theater
was only a quarter full. And as
I sat there watching the open-
ing credits, I couldn't help but
shake my head at the thought
that finally-yes, !finally!-a
mainstream conservative film
hits theaters and few attend.
So long have We
Republicans been upbraiding
Hollywood for its liberal bias,
but it seems it's more a case of
economics, pure and simple. I
mean, it doesn't make much'
sense to produce conservative
movies if those for whom
they're made fail to show up.
And it's a shame they don't,
because in the midst'of a presi-
dential campaign gone wrong,
it was indeed therapeutic to
have a laugh or two at Michael
Moore's expense.
Wallace Franks
Marianna

Writer wonders about
Dozier investigation
Dear Editor, after reading the
article in the Wednesday paper
it really saddened me and has
me wondering if there has or
ever will be a criminal investi-
gation into the alleged torture
these men say happened to
them? I feel certain that today
T


this does not happen at Dozier, and how many of the politi-
in knowing some of the cians would be in office with-
employees there this type of out the support of the parents
behavior would not happen. If of these kids. What would hap-
these, allegations are found to pen to their business or their
true then these people responsi- political career if we ignored
ble for this need to be brought them?
to justice. These kids are our future,
and we need to get behind them
Sincerely, and help them when they ask.
JeffGnann ,. Who knows what would hap-.
Marianna pen to these kids without these
.i projects and organizations such
Writer disappointed as' 4-H or FFA? How many
in level of support for kids' lives have been changed,
kids at fair enhanced or saved by projects.
such as these?
There are so many negative
Dear Editor, and bad influences in our world
Today that our kids can become
,' The Jackson County Fair involved in. So I ask that we
Youth Swine Show and Sale support them in their 4-H and
were held' Oct.- 7, at the FFA projects to keep these pos-
Agriculture .Center on- itive influences in their lives.
Highway 90 West, Marianna. If in the future you are inter-
In the show, a total of 46 kids ested in sponsoring a child's
exhibited 55 pigs. Twenty were project, or donating to the show
offered for sale to the public,, rather than to an individual,
the owner retained some while you. can contact the Jackson
others were being held for County Extension Office,
other shows. swine show projects.
I would like to thank those
businesses, elected officials Sincerely,
and individuals supported our Steve Tyus
youth and contributed to their Sneads
projects.
However, I was very disap- Writer concerned
pointed in the lack of participa-
tion and support our children about drilling in the
received from our community, Gulf Of Mexico
businesses and political figures
as a whole.. Dear Editor:
These youths invest into buy-
ing their: animals and feed As a lifetime Floridian and
throughout the course of the U.S. Coast Guard Master
.project and provide care of the Captain (Retired), I am ulti-
animals, which invests time, mately concerned that
commitment and dedication as increased oil drilling in the
you would in your business. Gulf of Mexico adjacent to
These projects instill many val- Florida's beautiful beaches
ues in these kids lives such'as equals more oil spills,' even.,
learning responsibility, initia- though safety in drilling proce-
tive to do the best they can, dures has increased in recent
dedication to be successful, years.
learning some of the important Oil spills.are not talked about
features of owning and running when "big oil" has so...many
a business, learning skills of people convinced that the cost
working and communicating of oil will be decreased if they
with others, and the list goes open more oil wells in the Gulf
on. of Mexico. The facts I have
To the majority, if not all, of read tell me "the costs of open-
the kids involved each and :ing up new areas for drilling
every year, this is not just a fun along the Gulf vastly outweigh,
social thing to do. This project the benefits." And, the price of
provides many of them with gasoline will be virtually unaf-
money, which they dedicate to fected, but future spills, wet-
further their' education, and lands destruction, and
substantial numbers have increased pollution are guaran-
begun their own business, teed," according to publica-
If we as a community allow tions written by the Gulf
these kids to fail and loose Restoration Network, with
money in their projects by fail- offices near Tampa.
ing tq support them, they will My hope is that people in
stop their involvement in pro- Florida will continue to thwart
grams that I believe are very efforts to open new areas for oil
important to them due to the drilling along the Gulf coast.
values they can obtain from Think about it, the oil supply
participating in these 4-H and off our coastline is peanuts
FFA projects. compared to the world demand
During the sale of the for oil. Our benefit at the gas
exhibitors' pigs, the names of pump pales in comparison to
each kid's sponsors were pub- the costs of drilling, decreased
licly announced and given a tourism in the case of a spill,
thank-you. Again, I want to and the loss of the natural
thank them also. I heard the beauty of Florida's beaches.
same names repeatedly called To me this means more
out as sponsors for more than marine hazards in the Gulf of
one kid. The list was not long Mexico, more pipelines to
in comparison to the number of shore, oil barges and storage
businesses or politicians we facilities in Florida, refineries
have in our county. These busi- might come here too, and pol-
nesses depend on the citizens lution'that is a. public health
to make their businesses suc- threat to people and wildlife.
cessful. I wonder how long Deborah Mitchell
their businesses would survive Deborah Mitchell
Marianna


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ADOPTION

The Marianna City Commission will
conduct 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 circula-
tion elements in accordance with Chapter
163, Florida Statutes; Providing a sever-
ability clause and for repealer; and
Providing for in 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 evidence upon
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adoption of the following Ordinances:


Ordinance 965: An Ordinance Amending
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Interested parties are encouraged to attend the meeting.
Copies of the request may be viewed in the City of
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who had invaded their home on
Oct. .15, 2007.. From that dark
place, they heard the fatal shot as
it was fired into the back of
Gilbert's head. ,
Recently, Walker recalled the
few moments that changed her
life forever. It started when the
family heard a noise outside.
"He (Gilbert) went outside to
see who It was .He didn't come
back in, I was sitting in the floor
with the baby (one-year-old at the
time) when a boy came in the
house with a gun and said, 'I'll
kill'your little girl. He got me up
off the floor and he was saying
'where's the money, where's the
money?' He grabbed me by my
hair, and pulled me around while
he ransacked the house looking
for money. Then he took me and
my baby outside on the porch
where they' had my fiance.
Another boy had my fiance's
shirt pulled up over his face. The
boy who took me outside made
me lie down on the porch. They
were hitting myifiance in the head
with the guit. One of them went
back in the house and got my two


little boys and laid us all out on
the ground. He had the gun to the
back of my (older) son's neck and
then turned him over and put it in
his face. My son grabbed the gun,
and the little one was screaming
and running (at that point). My
fiance was saying 'please don't
hurt them, please don't hurt
them.' They went back in the
house and then came back out and
asked where my keys were. They
unlocked my trunk and told me
and the kids to get in."
And then, Walker learned an
amazing thing, a thing that gave
.her one wild hope.
"My oldest boy whispered to
me that he had my cell phone he '
had gotten my cell phone from off
the floor. From the trunk, I was
calling .911 and trying to be real
-quiet. I could hear a commotion,
they were hollering, and they
drug him (Gilbert) back up to the
house. I heard (one of them), say
'are you ready to die?,', and I
guess that's when they shot him
in the back of. the hedd. I could
hear them running around, wiping
the trunk."


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Walker said that, in her terror, are picking up the pieces and
she did not at first remember that keeping Gilbert's memory alive.
her trunk had an emergency latch, Gilbert and Walker graduated,
but that it dawned on her after she. from 'Graceville High School in
heard the men leave, while she 1997 and 1995, respectively.
was still on her furtive call with They'd been together ever since.
911. Soon after an officer arrived Walker gaid she and Gilbert had
at the scene, she popped the trunk just talked about getting married
open and saw her fiance lying at long last. It was one of the last
dead.., serious' conversations they would
"I guess it was just the Lord have. .' I ." m ..
that made me forget about the "That weekend, we had talked
latch. We .probably would have about, it and he'd ol01d all my
been dead if I'd opened it," she friends that he was going to marry
said. me. He was so good to me and the
Authorities say they're closing kids. I really believe I will never
in on two suspects in the case, as find anyone else; he 'was my soul-
yet unnamed, and that the individ- mate. We go out to the grave and
uals may soon be facing a grand talk about' him. The kids know
jury. he's not coming back, but they
I Walker hopes that someone out will always know that their daddy
there knows something that could was a good person and that he
help investigators firm up their loved them yery much. My oldest
case and put the killer and his was seven at the time. He goes to
companion behind bars. counseling now. He was always a
, "I want people to come forward straight A student, before, and
and talk," she said. "I know some- there was a change in him after-
one out there knows .what hap- -ward. He gets upset, crying, and
opened, and I just want them to let there was an attitude problem for
the sheriff's.office know." a while. He's much better now,
She said she and her children and we're just trying to rebuild


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our lives."
Gilbert farmed peanuts and cot-
ton, and the family, loved their
lives out in the country. Walker
moved away for a time, but said
she knew she had to go back even
though it was a difficult return. -,
"It was hard at first," Walker,'
said in an interview near the one-
year-anniversary of her loss. "I
couldn't go back there until June
of this year. I was scared. I would-
n't talk to people. I was. out,-of
work for four or five. months.
After a,,while, I just started going
to' church, talking .to friends.
People were there to helplme, and
I knew I hadto stay strong for my
*kids. I started opening. up, and
that was new for'me. I'm riot the
same person now that I -used to
be."
Walker said she believes there's '
someone out there who can bring"
her even more peace of mind by
giving authorities the information
they .need to bolster the case'
against her loved one's killer.
Anyone with information can
call the Jackson County Sheriff's
Office at 482-9624. -


Continued From Page 1A


services. Starting Monday, Oct.
27, the Floridan, located in
downtown Marianna, will, stand.
as a drop-off location for non-per-
ishable food items on behalf of
Chipola Family Ministries.
The 2008 Floridan Food Drive
will last until the end of this.year.
Cook said the' food bank is in
need of smaller, family-sized por-
tions of non-perishable items


such as a one-poufidbag of rice,
or a regular size can of vegeta-,
bles. '
"And peanut butter and jelly are
always a safe bet," said Cook.
"Spaghetti noodles and sauce,
small bags of dried peas, grits,
things like that." .
CFM provides food and cloth-
ing to eligible clients who live in
Jackson County. .


Eligibility for services is based vouchers may be used' at the CFM
on the difference in money location at 3004 Highway 71
between the family's income and north, where' there is a food
the family's expenses. To deter- pantry and thrift store.
mine eligibility, CFM requires Additionally, a counseling
photo identification 'and proof of service is available to clients.
residency and conducts an inter- The organization sees clients
view with the applicant. on a first-come, first-served basis
Those who qualify receive food on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and
vouchers and possibly clothing Thursdays from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.,
vouchers every 30 days. Those at the location on Hwy: 71;


- The organization also raises
money through its thrift store,
with proceeds going toward the
food pantry.
Thrift store hours are Tuesdays
through Fridays, from 9 a.m. to 4
p.m., and on Saturdays from 9
a.m. toq 12 p.m.
Those with questions about the
2008 Floridan Food Drive may
call 526-3614.


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4278 Lafayette St.
Marianna, FL 32446
850-482-2332
www.jamesandsikesfu-
neralhome.com

Helen C. Burnam

Helen C. Burnam, 66, of
Marianna died Thursday,
Oct. 23, 2008, at her resi-
dence.
Mrs. Burnam was a life-
long resident of this area
and lived most of her life in
Jackson County where she
was a homemaker.
Survivors include her
husbafid of 50 years, Jack
H. Burnam; two daughters,
Jill Melvin and husband,
Chris, of Dothan, Ala., and
Amanda Hamilton and
husband, Jason, of
Marianna; four grandchil-
dren, Brittany and Nicholas
Melvin, and Aaron and
Sam Kight Hamilton; three
sisters, Geneva. McDonald
of' Hampton, Ga., Betty
Jean Simmons and Hazel
Fountain, both of Douglas,
Ga; and two brothers,
Orville Carver rand Odis
Carver, both of Douglas,
Ga.
Funeral services will be
at 2 p.m., Sunday, Oct. 26,
at Maddox Chapel, with
the Revs. Eva Howell and
Shelton Kindig officiating.
Burial will follow in
Pinecrest Memorial
Gardens, with James &
Sikes Funeral Home -'
Maddox Chapel directing.
The family received
friends from 6 to 8 p.m.,
Saturday, Oct. 25, at James
& Sikes Maddox Chapel.
Flowers will be accept-
ed, or memorials may be
made to Covenant Hospice,
4440 Lafayette St., Ste. C,
Marianna, FL, 32446. A
qnerial thanks to
Community Home Health.


James & Sikes Funeral
Home Maddox Chapel
4278 Lafayette St.
Marianna, FL 32446
850-482-2332.
www.jamesandsikesfu-
neralhome.com

Louise J. Rogers

Louise J. Rogers, 88, of
Malone died Thursday,
Oct. 23, 2008, at her home.
She was reunited with her
husband of almost 60
years, Robert Alleni
"Skinny."
She was born in Gordan,
Ala., Sept. 12,, 1920, the
oldest of five children. Mrs.
Rogers graduated from
Malone High School and
married her. husband on
Dec. 24, 1939.
She worked at Malone
School as the lunchroom
director, at Sunland
Training Center, retiring
twice. She was the caregiv-
er for her husband in later
years.
She was a faithful mem-
ber of the Malone United
Methodist Church and a
valued member of the
Malone community.
Survivors include. her
son, Jimmy M. Rogers and
friend, Donna Caldwell, of
Ozark, Robert M. (Mickey)
Rogers and wife, Jackie, of
Gainesville; four grand-
children, Dr. Tami Rogers,
Kathy Cochran, Robert M.
(Robbie) Rogers Jr., and
Rosalie Rogers; one great-
grandchild, Joshua T.
Cochran. She is also sur-
vived by her brothers,
Green Jordan, Jr., J.W.
Jordan; and sister, Patricia
Mathis.
She was preceded in
death by her brother, Lester
Jordan.
Funeral services were at
2 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 25,
at the Malone United
Methodist Church, with the


Revs. Raymond Owens,
and Tommy Whiddon offi-.
ciating. Burial- followed in
Pinecrest Memorial
Gardens, with James &
Sikes Funeral Home -
Maddox Chapel directing.
The family received
friends from .6 to 8 p.m.,
Friday, at Malone United
Methodist Church.'

Faith Chapel
Funeral Home
100 Beverly Parkway ,
Pensacola, FL 32505
850-432-6146'

Lynda Bragan Tate

Lynda Bragan Tate, 59 of
Pensacola, passed away
Wednesday, Oct. 22, 2008.
Lynda was a
member of
the Smyrna

Church.
Lynda was
preceded in
dbath by her
father, George Henry
Bragan; and her mother,
Onie Mae "Faye" Carr.
She is survived by .her
son, Steve Tate (Donna);
her daughter, Charity April
Tate-Grice; three grand-
children, Taylor and Tyler
Tate and Michael Shane
Grice; her.siblings, Wanda
Syfrett (Gene), Tony
Bragan (Kris), James Carr
(Tammy). and Nicki
Jackson; niece, Jessie
Williams; and nephews,
Jameson Carr, Jonathan
Jackson and Justin Carr.
The funeral service will
be at 2 p.m., Sunday, Oct.
26, at Faith Chapel Funeral
Home.
Faith Chapel Funeral
Home, 100 Beverly
Parkway, Pensacola is in
charge of arrangements.
The family received
friends at the funeral home
on Saturday, Oct. 25, from


5 to 7 p.m.'
There will be a private
burial service for the fami-
ly later, at New Salem
.Freewill Baptist Church on'
Kynesville Highway' in
Marianna.

Brown
Funeral Home
1068 Main Street
Chipley, Florida 32428
(850) 638-4010

Exa Mae Nalls Shawley

Exa Mae Nalls Shawley,
70, of Bonifay passed from
this life on Friday, Oct. 10,
2008, at the Doctors
Memorial Hospital, in
Bonifay. Mrs. Shawley was
of the Holiness faith.
She. was preceded in
death by her father, Curtis
Spence; a husband, Chic
Nalls; a daughter, Billie
Nalls; and a brother, Doyle
Lee Spence.
Survivors include her
mother, Estelle Stillwer of
Wausau; one son, Edtie
and wife, Libby Nalls,
Chipley; three daughters,
Brenda Bennett, Bonifay,
Rosie and husband, C.' W.
Williams, Bonifay, and
Pollie and husband,
Hoddley Peoples, Bonifay;
one brother, Curtis and
Luyern Spence, Chipley;
three sisters, Lois Smith,
Wausau, Yvonne and hus-
band, Mike, of Mississippi,
and Marvelle and husband,
Roland Tiller, Wausau;
grandchildren, Talena,
Jermy, Todd, 'Heather,
Ashley, Zach, Troy,
Brandon and Tad; and
great-grandchildren, Kalin
and Dessa Williams.
The funeral service was
at 3 p.m., Sunday, Oct. 12,
at Brown Funeral Home,
Brickyard Road Chapel,
Chipley, with the Rev.
James Barwick officiating.
uiulfient followed in the


Glenwood Cemetery with
Brown Funeral Home
directing.,
The family received
friends from 6 to 8 p.m.,.
Saturday, Oct. 11, at the,
Brown .Funeral Home,
Brickyard Road, Chipley.

Brown
Funeral Home
1068 Main Street
Chipley, Florida 32428
(850) 638-40j0

Mattie L. Gilbert

Mattie L. Gilbert, 85, of
Chipley, passed from this
life on Tuesday, Oct. 7,
2008, in Chipley. Mrs.
Gilbert was born on March
13, 1923, in Arkansas, to
Charlie and Ethel
(Dawberry) Rodgers. She
was of the Baptist faith.
She. was preceded in
death by her husband,
Virgil Gilbert.,
Survivors include her
son, Kenneth Gilbert,
Chipley;. three' daughters,
Maggie Davis and hus-
band, Dearl, Chipley, Dot
Register, Chipley, and
Vicky Rodgers, Marianna;
eight grandchildren; and 11
great-grandchildren.
Graveside services were'
at 2 p.m., Thursday, Oct. 9,
at the Pinecrest Cemetery,
Marianna,. with the Rev.
Gary Wiggins officiating.
Interment followed in the
Pinecrest Cemetery with
Brown Funeral Home
directing.

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



Mrs. Eulalia Goodwin,
78, passed away Saturday,
Oct. 25, 2008, at her home.


She .was a native of Early
County,
Ga., and had resided in
Sneads most of her life.
She retired after 35 years
with the Florida State
Hospital in Chattahoochee.
Visitation with the fami-
ly will be Monday, Oct. 27,
from 6 to 8 p:m. CDT, at
Lanier-Andler Funeral
Home in Sneads.
Funeral services will
take place Tuesday, Oct.
-28, at 2 p.m. CDT, at
Lanier-Andler Funeral
Home Chapel in Sneads.
Interment will follow at
Waldorf Cemetery.
Mrs. Goodwin is sur-
vived by her sister, Edna
Reagan from Columbus,
Ga.; her son, Harry E.
Goodwin and special
friend, Joyce Barbaree and
her daughter; three grand--
sons, Thomas J., Goodwin,
William E. Goodwin and
wife, Lisa, and Johnathan :
S. Goodwin and wife,'
Stacey Goodwin; five:
great-grandchildren, Nikki
Fears, Meagan Wambell,
William Allen Goodwin,'
Daymon J. Merritt and 2
Layla Goodwin; a sister-in-
law, Verna Cook of
Marianna; and several
nieces and nephews. She
'was oared for by Jim and
Lonita Boutwell.
Mrs. Eulalia Goodwin
was preceded in death by
her husband, William
Howard Goodwin; and her
daughter,. Lovida Ann
Goodwin.
Lanier-Andler Funeral
Home is in charge of
arrangements.


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Sights, sounds


and crowns


T'e Graceville Pee Wee footballers showed their support for the Rainy weather didn't dampen the enthusiasm of the kids waiting for the start of the Graceville High
GHS Tigers Friday. Mark Skinner/ Floridan School HomecomingParadeFriday. Mark Skinner/Floridan


Caroline Odom works on mak-
ing some more bubbles, during
the CHS Homecoming Parade
Friday. Mark Skinner/
Floridan


Heather Green holds Eli Green
as Britt Green gives his little ears
some protection from the sirens
on the emergency vehicles tak-
ing part in the GHS
Homecoming Parade. Mark
Skinner/ Floridan


FFA Advisor Kelli Johnston watches as cowboy clowns Zack
Monroe and Cody Drew branch out into mime during the
The Sunland Swingers perform at the Fall Festival Saturday. Cottondale High School Homecoming Parade Friday. Mark
Mark Skinner/ Floridan Skinner/ Floridan


A happy Jessica Baxley is crowned Graceville High School
Homecoming Queen at halftime Friday. Mark Skinner/ Olivia Mosier is this years Cottondale High School Homecoming
Floridan Queen. Mark Skinner/ Floridan


Monkey is a female. Australian 7P1'*: f- % 'A=
Chunky i's a two to three month old Shepherd mix who is two to three Oscar is a male rat terrier. Trick is a two to three month old male
female Australian Shepherd mix. months old. Rottweiler mix.


Partners for Pets on Parade


If you are interested in adopting any of
these pets from Partners for Pets, please
come by 4011 Maintenance Dr., in
Marianna.
The shelter hours are Monday through
Friday 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. and Saturday


10a.m. to 1 p.m.
You can also call the shelter at 482-
4570 for more information or visit
www.partnersforpets.petfinder.com
Thanks to all of the sponsors, local
businesses that donated items, volun-


teers, participants and media that helped
make Pet-toberfest a success.
We wish to express our appreciation for
your continued support during these
tough economic times for our fundrais-
ing event.


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Bryson Patrick Hamilton


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Marsha Rodgers and Mary Ann Gibbs of the First Presbyterian Church in Marianna show some of the 27 boxes
filled with donated stuffed animals and toys that will be mailed to Iraq. Contributed photo


Hamilton_ turns 1 Community support makes project a success


Bryson Patrick Hamilton
of Greenwood celebrated
his first birthday on Sept.
28, 2008, with a Florida
Gators tailgate theme party.
The party was held at Paw
Paw's home field, in
Greenwood.
Guests wore Florida
Gator attire and enjoyed a
take in the.shape of a gator,
cupcakes with footballs,
corn d9gs,, chips and dip.
Bryson enjoyed' his own
mini-football cake as. guests
sang Happy Birthday.
Bryson opened his- many
gifts, and. his favorite


seemed to be the mini-four-
wheeler from his parents.
On Oct. 2, his actual
birthday, he enjoyed a birth-
day supper at the home of
his Lee-Lee in Malone,
where. he. received a
dashoupd that he named
Rocco. .
He is the son of Cody and
Megan Hathilton of
Greenwood.
Grandparents are Keith
Dixson o Greenwood; Lisa
Dixson of, Malone, Ron
Hamilton of Lake City, and
'Pam HmiltQn of
Greenwood.


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN

Pastor Huw Christopher
and The First Presbyterian
Church in Marianna extend
gratitude to the Marianna
community for the support
received for their recent

Raffle raises
money for
local veterans

American Legion Auxiliary
Marianna Unit 100's
Veterans Affairs Chairman
Ruth. Davis, left, and
Membership Chairman
Doris Sullivan, right, watch
Deputy Sheriff Mark Justiss
draw the winning ticket for
the for a $100 Walmart
gift card. The Auxiliary
took donations for ac
chance on the-card during
the Jackson County Fair, to.
raise money for veterans
in the local nursing homes.
- Contributed photo


project.
The1 church collected
stuffed animals and small
toys for distribution to Iraqi
children and parents
through Camp Bucca in
Iraq, where congregation
member Tony Golden is


serving as Chaplain's
SAssistant with his U.S.
Army Reserve Unit.
With community support,
27 boxes of stuffed animals
and toys were prepared for
mailing and the cost of
mailing covered by mem-


bers of the church.
Appreciation is also
extended to the staff at the
Marianna Post Office for
assistance with the large
mailing.
/


.n1* $ 4K... I "*I*
U'W.'


Judah Bradley Bell

Bell turns 2 years old
Judah Bradley Bell, son ..Cars".themed party at the
of Carissa and Mark Bell,, home of his grandparents,
celebrated his second birth- Tim and Patsy- Sapp of
day on June 19, 2008. Marianna the weekend fol-
Several family members lowing his birthday.
joined him as he enjoyed a- .


SES student wins


district fire prevention

poster contest

Sneads Elementary School's Haley Stone poses with
Division of Forestry representatives, Aaron Kincaid and
Rodger Avriett. Haley was chosen as her' school's win-
ner and the Jackson County district-wide winner in the
Fire Prevention Safety Poster Contest. Contributed
photo


Tough times? Keep a song .in your heart.


.BY THOMAS VINCENT MURPHIV

Over the years "music"
has been very near and'dear
to my heart. No matter what
the circumstance, "music",
has been there to relax, con-
sole, lift and encourage me.
When Marvin .Gaye's
.recording "What's Going
On": was one of the top
songs in the country years
ago, I would have never
thought it would be so rela-
tive to my feelings today.
There is so much confu-
sion and uncertainty in the
world today that I simply
would like to know; "what's
going on"? '
It's not a surprise that
greed and corruption have
been a way of life in our
country for- a long, long
time. In many circum-
stances the rich prey on the
less fortunate to become
richer. Are there some
undercurrent events taking
place out of the view of the
average citizen that has led
to the economic situation
that has taken place in our
country and other parts of


the world?
Are there secret organiza-
tions maneuvering in pri-
yate places with designs of
controlling' the economic
status of the world?
Maybe our country is just
going through a serious
downswing that is in the
slow process of being cor-
rected!
Many Christians have
pointed to the book of
Revelation in the Bible
where there are many
events that seem to be rela-
tive to situations that are
taking place in our world
today. Trying to determine
the exact times of history
we are living in relative to
Bible prophesy has been.
debatable in different eras
throughout history.
There may be some
doubt about the time issue,
but from what I have per-
sonally observed, when it
comes to the Bible, there
has never been a more
accurate book.
While music has been a
source of consolation and
energy to me, I have found


some forms of music to be
distracting.
This.is not a time in our:
history.- to be .distracted.
Some people drown all
their fears and problems by
listening to loud,.or profan-
ity laced n'egative'music.
I was very concerned
recently when I learned
how many people have no
idea what's going on in our
country today; they have no
idea of the seriousness of
the dilemma we are facing.
Thank God for churches
where inspired men and
women can express to their
congregations the serious-
ness of situations going on
in our country and the
world today.
We need our churches to
stand tall! Life is full of
twists and turns; some for'
the better and some for the
worst. I feel good about the
future!
Of course, much of my
enthusiasm is based on a
spiritual outlook as well as
a hope for our country.
At times I have to go
back to the music vault and


Murphy

pull out songs like; "Don't
Worry, Be Happy", by
Bobby McFerrin; "You've
Got a Friend", by James
Taylor, -or "I Will Survive",
by Gloria Gaynor.
I hope that our young
people will be given songs
by today's artists that will
rival the songs of encour-
agement I enjoyed in my
developing years. There is a
good chance they (encour-
aging songs) will be need-
ed. As 'we pray for the
future of our country, I
encourage you to do as I do;
keep a great song with pos-
itive lyrics in your heart.


Cianna Carys Bell

Bells welcome a daughter


Carissa and Mark Bell
were blessed with a baby
girl ori Sept. 16, 2008.
Cianna Carys Bell is the
granddaughter of Tim and
Patsy Sapp of Marianna and
Ed. and Maxine Bell of
Bonifay.
She is the great-grand-
daughter of the late C.B.
Sapp, Jr. of Cottondale, and


Faithe and Paul Harris of
Marianna, and the. Rev.
Rudolph and Dorothy Sims
of Marianna.
Cianna was born at 10:56
a.m., at Southeast Alabama
Medical Center, weighing
seven pounds, three ounces,
and measuring 20 inches in
length.


Jackson County Life Policy

Birthdays photographs with copy are free for children 12 years old and under and adults 90 years old and above.
There are no exceptions.
All other birthdays, including those signifying special birthdays such as 40th or 50th must run as paid advertise-
m ents. 'f '.
Weddings $35 for the first 250 words. $20 for an additioAal 150 words. One photo is allowed per wedding.
Engagements $35 for the first 250 words. $20 for an additional 150 words. One photo is allowed per engage-
ment.
.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 remarriage photo and a present-day picture. Anniversaries that do not meet
the requirements for free placement cost $35 for the first 250 words and may include one photo. A'second photo will
cost an additional $20. Also, a charge of $20 will be added for each additional 150 words.
Deadline for Sunday is Wednesday at noon. Send submissions to editorial @jcfloridan.com, or mail them to P.O. Box
520, Marianna, FL, 32447. The Jackson County Floridan reserves the right to edit all advertising and news content sub-
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Chipola Chapter, NSDAR raises funds to help veterans


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
The Constitution Week
activities of Chipola
Chapter, NSDAR raised
$1,000 for the Haley
House, bringing the total
:


raised by the Florida
Society DAR to $74,000.
The Haley House is a
facility providing free lodg-
ing for families of veterans
and active military who are


being treated at the
Polytrauma Center of the
James A. Haley Veterans
Hospital in Tampa.
Constitution Week is cel-
ebrated each year from


Sept. 1.7-23, in accordance
with Public Law No. 915
signed by President Dwight
D. Eisenhower in 1956.
It was initiated by the
Daughters of the American


Revolution, a patriotic
organization that encour-
ages education and historic
preservation in communi-
ties across America.
A live auction was held
following the
DAR/SAR/C.A.R.
Constitution Day luncheon
owed its success to the help
of many Jackson County
businesses.
The funds raised at the
auction and at the Chipola


Chapter boutique at the
state conference in Orlando
have been combined to
present to State Regent Sue
C. Bratton for her project to
help the Haley House.
This project of the
Florida State Society
Daughters of the American
Revolution has raised more
than $68,000 for the Haley
House.


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Glenda Bowden and Dorcas Jackson (I to r) raised
money for the Haley House at the Chipola Chapter bou-
tique during Constitution Week at the state DAR fall
conference in Orlando. Contributed photo



Winning with

fire prevention


Auctioneer_ Brenda Shiver,
a member of Chipola
Chapter, NSDAR, touts the
virtues of an item as she
"works the crowd" at the
auction following the
Constitution Day
Luncheon. Contributed
photo





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Shep Myrick, left, and Calvin Allen, right, pose
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Amanda Adam's second grade class. -
Contributed photo


NOTICE OF ZONING 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 Ordinances: /

Ordinance 967: An Ordinance Amending Ordinance
815, which adopted the City of Marianna Land
Development Regulations, Ordinance 965, which
amended the City of Marianna Land Development
regulations to provide for a land use district change to
the adopted Land Use District Map (Zoning Map) of
the City of Marianna, Florida

For the following described property:

MARIANNA PERFORMING ARTS PARK: The
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the northeast corner of the Madison Street/Lafayette
Street intersection within the City of Marianna. The
current zoning designation is Commercial and the
proposed zoning designation is Recreation.









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need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is
made which record includes the testimony and evidence
upon which the appeal is to be based.

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2897 Jefferson Street, Marianna, Florida during regular
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JACKSON COUNTY ROAD AND
BRIDGE DEPARTMENT
Lately we have all felt the
sting, of higher living
expenses. With these
increases comes an increase
in needs within our com-
munity.
With that in mind, the
Jackson County Road and
Bridge Department will be
hosting their 3rd Annual
Chili Dinner Fundraiser for
United Way Friday, Nov. 7,
beginning at 11a.m. at the
Road and Bridge
Department.


$1,750
Ed
"Hookin' Bull" Jowers
(Agriculture Complex)


"The neat thing about
this event is that all of the
proceeds will go directly to
United Way and will be
designated for use here in
Jackson County," said Al
Green, Road and Bridge
Superintendent.
Since you can't beat a
great bowl of chili on these
cooler days, or the chance
to help your neighbor, the
Road Department invites
you to join them.
For a $5 donation you
will receive 16 oz of chili,
crackers, and cake and
there is a bonus:
Eight volunteers have
agreed to take a pie in the
face.
Cumulatively, for every
$350 collected, another vol-
unteer takes a pie in the
face.
This will take place
around 1;30 p.m. For your
convenience jars will be
placed at the Jackson
County administrative
office in Marianna and at
the Road Department for
you to drop off donations.
Donation forms will be
available.
In 2006, the Road
Department collected over
$2,700 with District 5


$350
Randy "The Ragin'
Cajun" Edenfield
(Road and Bridge)
Supervisor Terry Booze
kissing a pig. In 2007, just
over $3,000 was collected
with '. Jackson County
Administrator Ted Lakey
kissing a goat.
"The previous two years
were so much fun, though I
did feel a little bad for the
unsuspecting critters.
Seriously though, the show
of support to our communi-
ty was heartwarming.
We are hoping to have an
even better turn -out this
year. You just love to see
everyone coming together
for such a good cause," said
one Road Department


$700
Al "The Excavator"
Green
(Road and Bridge)
employee.
. The deadline for purchas-
ing tickets is Friday, Oct.
31. Final donations in the
jars need to be made by
Thursday, Nov. 6 so enough
pies can be prepared.
If you are interested in-
purchasing a chili dinner
contact Libby Dilmore or
Carrie Williams at 482-
9629.
Or stop by the Road
Department located on
Owens Street in Marianna.






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Chuck "The Crusher"
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Tony "Smokey"'
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(Administration)


Where the funding goes:


76% : Agencies.

11%: Fund raising
,.

8% : United Way programs & services

5% : Management and general


$2,800
Art "The Overseer".
Kimbrough
(Chamber of Commerce)

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AdId _I D.I 6 002.


Tax Year 2008


Members of the Board
Honorable Edward E Crutch field Board of Coui ntComn iisioners. Distnct No. 2
Honorable Jereimy Branch Board of County Commissioners. DisuictNo. 4
Honorable Kenny Griff in School Board, District No 2
Citizen Member Joey .oudrii t Business owner within the school district
Citizen Member Jan Poller Homestead property owner
The Value Adjustment Board (VAB) meets each yead to hear petitions and make decisions relating to property tax
assessments, exemptions, classifications, and ta,. deferral-.

Summary of Year's Actions

Number of Parcels Reduction
Type of Property Exe Assessments' Both in County Shift in
Withdrawn or Taxable Taxes
Granted Requested Reduced Requested Resolved Value
Residential 0 0 0 .5 0 .00 .00
Commercial 0 0 0 7 3 .00 .00
industrial and miscellaneous 0 0 0 0 0 .00 00
Agricultural or classified use 0 0 0 0 0 .00 .00
Business machine and
equipment 0 0 0 0 0 .00 .00
Vacant lots and acreage 0 0 0 0 0 .00 .00
TOTALS 0 0 12 3 .00 .00
'Include transfer of assessment difference (portability) requests.

If you have a question about these actions, contact the chair or the clerk of the Value Adjustment Board.
Chair's name Phone
Jeremy Branch 850-482-9633
Clerk's name Phone *
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HEALTH


Jackson County Floridan Sunday, October 26, 2008 5B


Is it in your genes?


BY MARY SHEDDEN
MEDIA GENERAL NEWS SERVICE
When a loved one battles
breast cancer, the inevitable
question is: "What about
me?"
Breast cancer affects one
out of every eight women;
it is second only to lung
cancer in the number of
American women it kills
each year.
The cancer often is diag-
nosed with screening mam-
mograms or MRIs. But a
growing number of women,
and some men, are taking
prevention a step farther.
They're opting for genetic
testing to determine the
likelihood that they will get
cancer, and, depending on
those results, many choose
to preserve their long-term
health through options that
include preventative
chemotherapy and mastec-
tomies.
Finding the mutation of
genes called BRCA1 and
BRCA2 is not the same as
getting a cancer diagnosis,
says Rebecca Sutphen,
director of genetic counsel-
ing and testing at H. Lee
Moffitt Cancer Center in
Tampa, Fla. A person with
the mutation faces a 35 per-
cent to 87 percent risk of
developing breast or ovari-
an cancer in her lifetime.
Learning of that risk
leads to myriad questions,
says Sue Friedman, founder
of Facing Our Risk of
Cancer Empowered
. (FORCE), the nation's only
support group for the high-
risk hereditary breast and
ovarian cancer community.
Friedman knows. She
was just 33 when she was
diagnosed with breast can-
cer and underwent a unilat-
eral mastectomy. Months
after that procedure, she
learned certain groups have
a genetic predisposition for
early onset cancers. She
met the criteria for two:
There is a history of breast
and ovarian cancer on her
father's side of the family
and she is of Ashkenazi


Jewish heritage.
The discovery felt like
being diagnosed with can-
cer a second time, the
Tampa resident says. "Now
I had to make decisions all
over again." One of those
decisions was to undergo a
second mastectomy.
Awareness of the BRCA
gene test has grown steadi-
ly since the mid-1990s.
Sutphen says that is partly
due to the advocacy efforts
of breast cancer survivors
who want to keep their sis-
ters and daughters from the
ordeal of cancer.
r"They want to make it
different for other women
and their loved ones," she
says.
Myriad Genetics Inc., the
nation's lone pharmaceuti-
cal lab with the ability to
identify the BRCA gene,
reports that the number of
tests increased to 70,000 in
2006 from 20,000 in 2005.
A company spokesman told
USA Today recently that
requests for the $3,000
exam, which is covered by
insurance in some cases,
continue to grow.
, The genetic test most
recently grabbed headlines
when actress Christina
Applegate, 36, reacted to
her breast cancer diagnosis
and resulting genetic test-
ing by undergoing a double
mastectomy. Friedman
warns that Applegate's
decision, or that of any per-
son with tlie BRCA gene,
may not be what's best for
others.
In fact, not all women
should undergo the testing;
Key questions should first
be discussed with a genetic
counselor who can look at
your family health history
and determine if it shows a
heredity cancer profile, she
said.
"You need to have genet-
ic counseling before test-
ing, and after," Friedman
says. "I cannot tell you how
important that is."
Sarasota resident Susan
Beausang chose to be tested
for the BRCA gene only
after five women in her


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aunt, her mother and two
sisters were diagnosed
with breast cancer. She and
another sister decided to
have prophylactic mastec-
tomies and to have their
ovaries removed.
"While my grandmother
and aunt may not have had
a choice in the course of
their treatment, I felt
empowered by this news to
take a bold but necessary
step and have healthy breast
tissue removed," she says.
Friedman says FORCE
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who wants to better under-
stand what. hereditary can-
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Among them:
Do you have a family
history of cancers? Key
candidates for testing
include those with two. or
more family members with
ovarian cancer and/or
breast cancer, especially if
the breast cancer was diag-
nosed at or before age 50.
Any ovarian cancers or
male breast cancer in the
family are also red flags.
Are you of Ashkenazi
Jewish heritage? While 1 in
500 Americans are geneti-
cally predisposed to breast
and ovarian cancer, that
number drops to 1 in 40 for


Ashkenazi Jews. Friedman
says 90 percent of
American Jews are
Ashkenazi.
Have you talked to a
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SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
The Sunshine State
Scholars program recog-
nizes excellent performance
by Florida's current ninth
grade students on the Math
and Science portions of the
2008 FCAT test (taken in
eighth grade).
Students performed at
Level 5 on the Math portion
of the FCAT and either
Level 4 or Level 5 on the
Science portion of the
FCAT.
These students can now
compete as seniors to
become the District repre-
sentative, then compete at
the Regional and State level
as Sunshine Scholars in
Math and Science.
Students were recognized


Prom fund

raiser begins

for MHS

Juniors

SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
The Marianna High
School Junior Class recent-
ly began fundraising efforts
for the Junior-Senior Prom.
Students are now selling
boxes of Satsumas, a very
sweet, low-acid, seedless
and easy to peel variety of'
mandarin orange. The fruit
is grown locally by
Cherokee Satsuma Co-op.
The Satsuma boxes range
in weight from. 17 to 20
pounds and sell for $20
each. Make checks payable
to MHS Junior Class.
Orders are due by Nov.
10,. and the fruit ,will be
delivered to MHS on Nov.
24, just in time for
Thanksgiving and
Christmas holidays.
To place an order, contact
a member of the MHS
Junior Class. Prizes will .be
awarded to the student arid
TAP group with the most
sales.
For more information,
contact Tammy Bragg at
482-9605, ext. 268.


at the Oct. 16 meeting of
the Jackson County School
Board.
Not in attendance, but
recognized were:
Annemarie Nichols and
Nicole Willis, Graceville
High School; Colton Day,
Gavin Hall, Dalton Hendrix
and Clayton Rooks,
Marianna High School; and
Ashley Carr, Brandon
Comerford and Mitchlell
Hines, Sneads High School..

Right: Ashlee Laramore,
lef, receives her Sunshine
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Superintendent Danny
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It'stime to vote. Shortly, we'll elect our State Attomey, but we also have the opportunity, to
vote for our values. The 2004 race for the State Attorney's c n an
history. I didn't like it. Neither did you.
i promised to run a clean campai. I've kept that promise. My respect for you, for your

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BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPoRTs Ec.i_','
GRACEVILLE -
Emotions were high, tern
pers flared and th(
Graceville Tigers wer
ready to play from the
opening kickoff.
However, when the dus
cleared, the FAMU Baby
Rattlers were yet agaii
poised to win the Distric
1-1B title.
FAMU defeated
Graceville 22-12 Friday
night to improve to 5-3
overall and, more impor
tantly, 3-0 in league play.
With the win, the Baby
Rattlers, who are now 8-(
since joining District 1
need only to beat winles:
John Paul' next week to
complete a perfect district
season and another league
championship.
The Tigers were game
though, answering the firs
two FAMU scores of the
game and trailing just 14
12 at halftime.
But an 18-yard touch
down run by Dante' Payne
midway through the third
quarter and the ensuing 2
point conversion by Payne
gave the Baby Rattlers al
the cushion they would
need.
Payne gained 192 yards
on 20 carries and scored
twice to lead FAMU


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the way our kids
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d healthy."
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0 also went over 100 yards,
' gaining 104 on just 11 car-
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touchdown.
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e brought the Tigers to with-
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the closing seconds of the
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1 FAMU 34-yard line.
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Treyshaun White brought
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d the Tigers fumbled -an
, option play on the first


Graceville quarterback Justin Miles gets swarmed under by a group of FAMU
defenders during Friday night's district game in Graceville. FAMU won the game
22-12. Mark Skinner/Floridan


snap of the second period
to turn the ball back over
to the Baby Rattlers.
Tigers coach Todd
Wertenberger said the
missed opportunity
could've been the differ-
ence in the ball game.
"I felt like we were in
the game longer than that,
but if we'd stuck that one
:in, I think we would've
controlled the game," he
said. "That was a big turn-
ing point. You can't turn
the ball over against


them."
You


also can't have a


letdown defensively, as
the Tigers did just briefly
on the first possession of
the game.
. FAMU took its first pos-
session at its own 33-yard
-line and was stuffed on the
first two snaps to set up a
3rd-and-7 play.
However, Payne took a
hand-off on the next play
and raced 64 yards for the
game's opening touch-
down.
"If you give them a
crease, they're just so
fast," Wertenberger said.
However, Graceville


answered by covering 64
yards as well, though on
10 plays,.and getting a 6-
yard touchdown run by
Antrell Wright to tie the
game at 6-6.
After a 5-yard touch-
down run by Harrison put
the Baby Rattlers up 14-6,
the Tigers went right back
down the field again.
Justin Miles took the
first play 54 yards to set
up Hoover's short TD run.
Miles rushed for 75
yards on 13 carries in the.
See TIGERS, Page 4C *


.Bulldogs stun
District victory

un 'defeated


Seminoles
BY SHELIA MADER
FLORIDAN CORRESPONDENT .
The Marianna High School Bulldogs football
team took on Goliath Friday night in the form of the
Florida High Seminoles and it was David who came
through with a 26-19 upset victory before a rain
drenched crowd at Bulldog Field.
SStar running back Bradley Battles led the way for
the Bulldogs with 280 yards and four touchdowns
on 30 carries.
Marianna drew first blood on its opening drive
when Battles ran for a 5-yard TD to give Marianna
a 6-0 lead with 7:24 left in the'first quarter.
Florida High answered with a matching 5-yard
..t.o C l H t run by Brandon Jenkins that tied the game with 2:40
Pitured is a trio of Cottondale Hornets defensive players left in the first period.
wrapping up an Aucilla Christian Warriors player during MHS freshman Emmanuel "Poochie" Batson
Friday night's District 1-1B game in Cottondale. The Hornets blocked the point-after attempt to keep the game
won the ame 44-0 to move to 2-1 in district play and 3-4 tied at 6-6.
overall. The Hornets now have a bye week before hosting the It was Battles on the next drive who scurried 62
Graceville Tigers Nov. 7 in a game that could determine the yards on a 3rd-and-7 play to put the Bulldogs up 12-
runner-up spot in league play and the second playoff berth 6, a score which held through halftime.
from the district. Mark Skinner/Floridan Florida High picked up its only lead of the game
on the first series of the second half with a 4-yard
run by Jeremy Brown.

Roberts sees great potential in young Lady Pirates


Marianna's Troy Clemmons gets set to kick the ball
off during a game against Pensacola Catholic
Oct. 10 in Marianna. Floridan File Photo
The point after attempt was good and the
Seminoles led 13-12 early in the third quarter.
Marianna's:answer came as quick as the South
Florida Bulls-bound running back Battles, who
went the 75-yard distance from scrimmage to make
it an 18-13 game.
Battles scored the 2-poinit conversion to make it
20-13 with 4:52 left in the third.
The Seminoles countered with a 26-yard TD run
by Kelvin Farmer, but it was again Batson who
blocked the extra point to allow Marianna to retain
See BULLDOGS, Page 2C


BY DUSTIN KENT potential. I just hope
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR they'll be dedicated and
committed to our offsea-
The Sneads junior varsi- son training program to
ty volleyball team just con- continue to get better. I'm
cluded its season with a sure they'll be really good
sterling record of 15-1. again next year."
The Lady Pirates' only According to Roberts, a
loss was to a talented big step towards reaching
Florida High team in three that ultimate potential will
games. be participating, in the
Sneads coach Sheila Florida Team Camp at the
Roberts said that the suc- University of Florida next
cess of her young squad, July.
which consists of nine The three-day camp, to
freshmen regulars and which Roberts said she
three sophomore part- annually takes her varsity
timers, makes her very squad but has never taken
optimistic about the future a JV club, gives young vol-
of her program. leyball players from mid-
"They're full of poten- dle school to varsity the
tial, that's for sure," the chance to compete against
coach said of the JV. 'They the best competition from
also did very well when around the state.
they played in middle "I usually just take the
school for Grand Ridge, so varsity, but I have so many
these girls have a lot of (JV players) who show


Check out Bob Kornegay's
latest column on page 4C
where Bob writes that there's
more to it than shooting for a
I -.. first-time hunter


Roberts said the- experi-
"They're full of ence the JV players will
have in Gainesville should
potential, that 'sfor reap major benefits down
sure. I just hope the road.
y l "It will be huge," the
they'll be dedicated coach said. "With the var-
and committed...to sity having had' a lot of
success the last few years,
continue to get I attribute most of that to
er." the offseason training,
better. which includes the team
camp. They work real hard
-Sheila Roberts, in the summer training
Sneads coach and I just think that makes
the difference. It definitely
such great potential that I makes the difference for
want to take them there," (the varsity)."
Roberts said. Roberts said that having
so many talented players
'They'll get to play real on the junior varsity is a
good competition and face luxury she isn't used to
some bigger teams like having.
Niceville and other teams "
in our region like Maclay. "This is the first year
It's a great way to start the I've had so many on the
season." See SHS, Page 2C >


Pictured are members of the Sneads Lady Pirates junior
varsity volleyball team. Front row, from left: Yonna Bell,
Rebecca Aaron, Hannah York, Mary Bontrager, Shannon
McCaffrey and coach Sheila Roberts. Back row: Jordan
Jackson, Alyssa Edwards, Kayla Rabon, Emily Jones and
Christen Howell. The Lady Pirates finished the season with
a record of 15-1. Mark Skinner/Floridan


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Wewa 27-13
BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR
The Sneads Pirates fell to 2-
5 on the season and 1-4 in
District 1-1A play with a 27-13
road loss to Wewahitchka
Friday night, falling out of
playoff contention:
The Gators jumped on the
Pirates early, returning the
opening kickoff to the Sneads
6-yard line to set up a touch-
down to make it 6-0.
Sneads trailed 14-0 before
Mark Lawson broke through
with a 70-yard touchdown run,
but the Pirates still found
themsevles trailing 21-6 at
halftime:. ,
Josh Rogers made it 21-13
when he picked up a Wewa
fumble and .returned it 65
yards for a score. -
However, the Pirates'
attempt at an onsides kick
failed afd, the Gators quickly
added another touchdown to
regain a two-score advantage.
It was a frustrating loss for
the Pirates, who were coming
off of their most-impressive
performance of the season, a
19-14 win over Vernon.
"It was a disappointing
loss," Sneads coach Don
Dowling said. "We played
decent at times and we had
folks who stood up like Jamar
White, who made a great block
on that long run by Mark.
"We didn't make the plays
when we had to and missed
some tackles that we normally
make. It was just one of those
nights where everything you
touched went wrong..


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ALTRUSA GOLF
TOURNAMENT
RESCHEDULED
The 16th Annual
Altrusa Golf Tournament
at the Indian Springs
Golf Course has been
rescheduled for Oct. 30.
Registration is at 12
p.m., with a shotgun
start at 1 p.m.
There will be a four-
person scramble, a modi-
fied handicap and 18
holes. The cost is $65 per
person (includes greens
fee, golf cart, lunch).
There wil be prizes for
hole-in-one, top three
teams, closest to the pin,
longest drive and more.
Call Jay James (526-
3197/209-3068) Kathy
Milton (482-7788/209-
8013) or Indian Springs
Golf Course Pro Shop
(482-8787).
Proceeds fund Altrusa
community projects.

CHEER FEST
RESCHEDULED
The Chipola College
Cheer Fest set for Oct. 26
has been rescheduled to
Feb. 8, 2009.
Entry forms are avail-
able at www.chipola.edu
- under "Athletics,"
"Cheerleaders" and
"Cheer Fest."
Interested coaches should
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.
Sign-up will end
Monday. The registration
fee of $350, team infor-
mation and team rosters
are due Monday. 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 registration meet-
ing is Oct. 20 at 4 p.m. at
Kindel Lanes on Hwy 90.
Bowling begins Oct. 27.
For more information,
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,
Fla. 32447.


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a 20-19 edge.
Minutes later, it was
again Battles who took it 43
yards, making it a 26-19
game following the failed
conversion attempt.
Troy Clemmons thwarted
a Seminole drive when he
:picked up a, Farmer fumble
;and ran it back 75 yards for
;what appeared to, be a
;touchdown.
: However, the ruling on
:the field had Clemmons
:down at the Florida High
:25-yard line.
With the Bulldogs driv-
ing, a fumble inside the 10-
:yard line gave the ball back
:to the Seminoles.
With less than three min-
:utes to go in the game, the
-final blow to the Seminoles
:came on a fumble recov-
.ered by Tommy Stephens to
:seal the victory for the
:Bulldogs.
Total Bulldog yardage on
:the night was 375 yards, all
:on the ground.
RJ Bowers had one carry
:for 68 yards with Fidel
-Montgomery picking up 62.
:yards on seven carries.
Following the game,
'MHS coach Rob Armstrong


couldn't have been happier.
"Great effort," he said.
"What a great high school
football game. We played
hard and did the things we
had to do to stay in the
game. We didn't turn it
over and didn't give up any
big plays defensively.
. "We did the things we
had td.do to keep us in the
game late."
About his senior running
back, Armstrong said: "He
had a great football game. I
think he had 20 carries at
halftime and ended up with
30 for the game, so we did a
good job of mixing it up in
the second half, but when
we needed him, he came
through for us."
Armstrong also had rave
reviews for his defensive
team.
"Our entire defense prob-
ably- played as good as
they've played since I've
.been here," the coach said.
"They just did a good job
up and down the field."
The 6-1 Bulldogs. will
take the field for the final
home game Friday night
when they take on
Northview at 7 p.m.


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JV. In the past, freshmen
have had to play on the
varsity because of num-
bers, but we're finally get-
ting the program to the
kind of numbers to where
you don't have to play so
many young players,"
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es) come in waves and this
particular year we just
have some athletic fresh-
men girls. It's just have a
big crop of athletes.
"I don't know how long
it will continue, but I hope
it does because it makes
my program much better."


Among the Lady Pirates
JV players are Kayla
Rabon, who led the team in,
ace serves.
The team's two setters
were Shannon McCaffrey
and Rebecca Aaron,. with
Emily Jones, Alyssa
Edwards, Mary Bontrager,


Sierra Hewett and Yonna
Bell making up the out-
sider hitters.
In the middle was Jordan
Jackson and Christen
Howell, while the defen-
sive specialists were
Hannah York and Miranda
Coulliette.


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Floridan's Kindel Lanes weekly bowling report


10/20/08
Monday Night Hi Rollers
Team Standings
1) Jackson's BP Service
2) Now What
3) Chuck's Ducks
4) Mary's Child Care
5) Cottondale PD
6) Adam's Funeral Home
7) The Paddock Club
8) Kindel Lanes
High Team Game: Now What
High Team Series: Now What
High Game Female: Amie Kain
High Game Male: Don Still
High Series Female: Amie Kain
High Series Male: Don Still
10/21/2008
Tuesday Morning Coffee League
Team Standings
W7TL


W-L
19-9
18-10
18-10
17-11
14-14
12-16
9-19
5-23
948
2736
191
237
517
630


W-I
1) Batfriends 27--13
2) James and Sykes 25.5-13.5
3) Pacers 20.5-19.5


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


21.5-18.5
20-20
19-21
18-22
16.5-23.5
16-24
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High Team Game: Champion Tile 901
High Team Series: Family Dentistr 2651
High Game Female: Heather Hagan 203
High Game Male: John Kindelspire 209
High Series Female: LuAnn Kindelspire
503
High Series Male: John Kindelspire 592
10/21/2008
Tuesday Night Mixed League
Team Standings


1)Allstate
2)Precision
3)Ralph Shelton Realty
4) SCBC
5) Our Gang
6) Backwoods Bowlers
7) Sonny's BBQ


W-L
24-12
24-12
24-12
18-18
18-18
15.5-20.5
12.5-23.5


8) Foursome


12-24


High Team Game: AllState 944
High Team Series: AllState 2780
High Game Female: Vicki Gaffaney 210
High Game Male: Justin Arnold 224
High Series Female: Shirley Watts 537
High Series Male: Justin Arnold 657
10//22/2008
WEDNESDAY NIGHT MIXED
Team Standings
W-L
1) Meghan & Her Guy 25.5-10.5
2)Seminole Lodge 24-12
3) Marianna Toyota 22.5-13.5'
4) Redwood Bay/Hinson House 22-14
5) Mr. Bingo 21-15
6) DBBLL Trouble 19.5-16.5
7)Wal-Mart 19-17
8) Hollis Body Shop 17-19
9) Barely Bowlers 16-20
10) Mercer Law Office 16-20
11) Nailport Express 8.5-27.5
12) Vac 5-31
High Team Game:Redwood Bay/Hinson


House B & B- 1164
High Team Series:Redwood Bay/Hinson
House B& B 3338
High Game Female: Kelly Davis 203
High Game Male: Jay Roberts 258
High Series Female: Kelly Davis 551
High Series Male: Lynn Padgett 672
10/23/2008
Chipola League
Team Standings
W-L
1)Marianna Truss 27-9
2) Al's Team 19-17
3) Marianna Office 16.5-19.5
4) Redwood Bay 15-21
5)Smith's Supermarket 14.5-22
6) Bryant BP Gas Station 14-21.5
High Team Game: Marianna Truss &
Bryant BP Gas Staion 1166
High Team Series: Marianna Truss 3327
High Series Female: Mary Jones 520
High Series Male: Jason Kindelspire687
High Game Female: Mary Jones 203
High Game Male: Jack Townsell 257


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NOTICE OF ZONING 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 Ordinances:


Ordinance 972: An Ordinance Amending
Ordinance 815, which adopted the City of Marianna
Land Development Regulations, Ordinance 969,
which amended the City of Marianna Land
Development regulations to provide for a land use
district change to the adopted Land Use District
Map (Zoning Map) of the City of Marianna, Florida


For the following described property:


ETHER BOWERS: The parcels are approximately
0.41 acres in size and located on the east side of
Gilmore Street within the City of Marianna. The
properties were recently annexed into the City and
currently hold no zoning designation. The proposed
zoning designation is R-3.


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 evidence
upon which the appeal is to be based.

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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Th ere's more to




it than shooting


The kid was nervous and
rather surprised about: it.
He never expected the ten-
sion that now coursed
through him.
He had arisen this morn-
ing well before daybreak,
thrilled to be going hunting
with Dad, far too excited to
sleep as late as usual.
Yet,
t h e was, never really
creeping
appree-
hension
Sa shoulder.
there this day, on other,
and fore
good rea-
son. 6
The boy happily
b o y Bob Kornegay
excited
as he was, never really
expected to find himself in
his present position and
situation, the butt of a .22-
caliber rifle snug against
his shoulder.
Before this day, on other
often-remembered hunts,
Dad always did the shoot-
cherished Brog.wning.
The boynine-yehappily
watched and looked for-
ward to taking gamethim-
self at some future time.
But the future was now,
and that fact had suddenly
dawned on the youngster.
His left hand gripped the
rifle's forearm, sweaty fin-
gers applying trvise-like
pressure time waso the hand-
rubbed walnut of the old,
ch trished Browning.erslowly
The nine-year-old eyes
squinted, aligning the
croshairsitical eye of theticu-
lously zeroed scope with
his target's vital "kill
zone.".
For steadiness, the blue-
steel barrel rested across a
low-hanging tree limb.
The time was at hand.
Caupright down, deep breath.
Squeeze; don't jerk. Just
like in practice. .
The trigger finger slowly
tightened. Dad watched
attentively, with the anx-
ious, critical eye of the
teacher.
The gray squirrel sat
upright on its haunches on


a brarich of a big red oak,
noisily cutting acorns with
sharp, ever-growing inci-
sors.
Unaware of the hunters'
presence, his earlier chat-
tering and dangerous non-
chalance had given' him
away.
He was an easy target.
The range was inside 20
yards. A simple matter for
a rested, scoped rifle.
Waiting for his son to
pull the trigger on this, his
first live game animal, the
father couldn't help flash-
ing back to countless back-
yard shooting sessions.
There were, of course,
all the standard safety lec-
tures on proper firearm
handling, the soda-can
plinking with the. Daisy
Red Ryder, and finally the
actual shooting-range
practice with the heirloom
Browning.
From the first, the boy
seemed something of a
natural, taking to shooting
with enthusiasm and innate
skill.
When he first started,
Dad remembered, his little
arms were so short he had
to grip the stock beneath
his armpit.
Long hours of practice
made the basic fundamen-
tals all but automatic.
Instinctively, the boy knew
everything was right.
He was aware the shot
was an easy one, far less
difficult than the accus-
tomed snuff can at 30
paces.
Still, his young mind
told him somehow this one
was special. This was a rite
of passage, from backyard
can-shooter to taker of
game.,
But there was something
else as well, a voice deep
in his subconscious, barely
discernible but quite clear.
That voice said quietly, but
firmly, "No!"
The man watched intent-
ly as his son gazed through
the telescopic sight. He
breathed easier. It seemed
the kid had at. last regained
his self control.


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for the tell-tale. sharp
crack, the report 4f a .22
rifle propelling its copper-
coated lead missile' toward
a locked-in target. :
"Shoot!" said the man to
himself, but silently at his
son.
As if in response to this.
unspoken, unheard com-
mand, the youth increased
the pressure on the trigger.
Simultaneously that silent
voice of dissuasion again
made itself known.
"Wrong!" it warned.
The boy sighed audibly,
relaxed, and slowly low-
ered the gun.
The squirrel, at last
motivated into frenzied
action, scampered noisily
and hurriedly away
through the branches.
Obvious disappointment
registered on the boy's
face.
The- man's bewildered
expression asked a silent,
"Why?"
"Somethin' in the way,
Daddy. I was scared I
might not shoot clean. You
said always make sure of
your target and I wasn't.
Sure, I mean."
The man took the rifle,
shouldered it himself, and
aimed it toward the now-
empty tree branch.
Sure enough, there it
was, plainly visible
through the scope, a jutting
twig that could, at least
conceivably, have turned a
bullet from .its intended
path.
"Im sorry," the boy
said.
"For what, man?" the
man proudly replied, grin-
ning and hugging his son
tightly.
The pair moved away
and walked toward another
copse of hardwoods in the
distance. Teacher and stu-
dent; father and son.
Buddies.
Rite of passage com-
plete.
(Email Bob Kornegay at
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LAKE SEMINOLE -
Fair numbers of large-
mouths are being taken
early and late in the day.
Topwater baits in shallow
water can produce some
good, if sporadic, action.
.Texas-rig worms may pay
off as well.
Jig-and-pig combinations
and Carolina-rig worms are
prime baits in deeper water
along the river and creek
ledges. Preferred jig colors
are black and dark blue.
Fish between 6 and 12 feet.
Crappies are biting rea-
sonably well. Stay in the
stumps or along the
grasslines and fish about 12
feet deep. Both minnows
and jigs can work. Catfish
are active in spots all across
the lake. Look for them
deep (12 to 15 feet) over
hard bottoms. Large wig-
glers and prepared stink
baits can produce fair num-
bers of pan-size cats.Breamr
are slow to fair in spots,
while hybrids school spo-
radically.
LAKE I EUFAULA -
Bass fishing is slow. Small
fish continue to show up in
grassy areas early and late.
Medium-running
crankbaits and black Texas-


Tigers
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game.
"I was real proud of way
the offense moved the ball
and the kids kept fighting,"
Wertenberger said. "Now
we've got to win the next
two to go face them again in
the playoffs."
If the Tigers do finish
second in the district and
make the playoffs, they
would have to win a first-
round game to get another
shot at the Baby Rattlers in
Tallahassee.
"I feel like they can be
beat," Wertenberger said of
the Baby Rattlers, "which is
saying a lot when they're
pretty much an all-star team
and we're playing with kids
from our community.'
"I think it's great the way
our kids played and stayed
right with them. I think we
would have a chance to get
them in the playoffs if we
stay healthy."
Graceville next travels to
Monticello Oct. 31 to. face
Aucilla Christian


rig worms are good, as are
occasional topwater offer-
ings.
Better fish may hit
crankbaits in 12 feet of
water in spots. Some bass
may be taken near the
mouths of creeks on Rat-L-
Traps and some are biting
around timber and brush
piles. Fish slowly for these
fish and use smaller-size
Texas-rig worms.
Crappie fishing is report-
ed as fair to good. Areas
where water is slightly
stained or where stained
water is meeting an area of
clearer water are good spots
to check out. Some good
fish are being taken from
brushy structure at 8 to 15
feet. Minnows and jigs may
both work. Areas beneath
bridges are also recom-
mended locations.
Hybrids, bream, and cat-
fish are slow at present.
L A K E
ANDREWS/CHATTA-
HOOCHEE RIVER -
Water conditions are pretty
good right now md fishing
is fairly good in some loca-
tions up and down the river.
Bass fishing is fair.
Largemouths may be
caught along ledges jn spots


where the current is not too
great. Fish jig-and-pig com-
binations and be patient.
Bass fishing up the creeks
is fair also, but sporadic at
times. Use worms and
crank baits there. The fish-
ing has slowed consider-
ably near sandbars and
bankside structure.
Catfishing is fair to good
up and downriver, particu-
larly during warmer periods
of the day.
For the larger cats, go
downstream from
Columbia and fish along
the bluff walls and near
river bends. Tailwater cat-
fishing 'is fair on frozen
shad, worms, or prepared
baits. Crappies will bite
actively when concentra-
tions of fish can be located.
However, they are scat-
tered. Bream fishing up the
creeks has slowed a great
deal.
(Generation schedules,
pool levels, and other such
infoNmation for area water-
ways may be obtained by
calling toll-free 1-888-771-
4601. Follow the recorded
instructions and access the
touch-tone for the
Apalachicola River
System.)


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S|BABY ITEMS/ l FURNITURE/ L, OUS
FURNITURE HOUSEHOLD MIuCELLAEOUs
h* ourau .. Potty chair $15. 850- Plasticp orchtablew/4. F
bu s 209-4725 chairs put umbrella In
O" of \Pnitie5 table)$30 850-866-1700
Sr S Very sturdy twin stroll- te)$30 850866700REE
er. Holds upto age 5. Small oval ndian ru CLASSFIED
t 'lt$45 850-526-3426 4'x17" $80 850-866- ADS:
! BSr^T'rg Walker winnie the pooh 1700 I .. -DS
Like new $25 850-209- Stuffed & Mounted Bar- UNDER $200
4725 racudda 3'V' long $65 MERCHANDISE ONLY
850-866-1700
---- CLOTHING Twinsizebed,$50-$75. LET US HELP
ANNOUNCEMENT 85-209-6142 YOU CLEAN
Gold Prom Dress, sz 4, U| OUT THAT
AT I worn once $20000 n GUNs DA
850-482-3747 L_ OFGARAGE,.
READERS SHED, OR
B 22 Long Rifle Shell, 6 -
You should fully C -OMPUTERS/ shot, great cond. $100 SPARE ROOM
investigate the back ACCESSORIES 850-593-6558 CALL, FAX,
ground of any company
BEFORE g a flee. Brother Fax/Copier/Sc- 25 Auto., new cond. EMAIL OR GO
Proceed withcaution if anner/Message Center chrome w/whitn handle
You are asked to send $125 850-866-1700 $100 Firm 850-5936558 ONLINE
moneyorincalling Two old computer mon- It'S S PH: 50-526-31i4 o
All numbers prefixed by itors, CPU units, and .S H 850-52-3 ,
"900" are uearged to keyboards Great for easyas 8 FA 85-4 .478
callers d.o.. ,10 g 53.rJ18 FAX: 860-482-4478
callers on a per-minute 1-2-3 P.O. BOX 520
or er-callbasis.Some FURNITURE/ M(iAi* 3L140
ofthese calls are to U 1. Call I l 32
numbersoutside ofthe HOUSEHOD floridan.com
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sive international rates 2 Dolphin living room .
are charged to yor mps$110850-866- 3. GET RESULTS _
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makes every effort to 2 matching 5x7 rugs 3x9x40 Telco Rifle 6.
list the charges for the teal/tan with roses $45 Scope $1250B0850- R ,.ai.w
reader. Remember, if each 850-866-1700 597-3719 after 8pm RE T "'
ydu have an doubts I-9"9 f" R' (u ll. r
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investigate! Iit souns 2Mrmaidndtabes ol. Ger ae. el ted
too goodto be true, it 1 m c ta- 'r,. ciS. r2wor, on.
probably is. YourBetter: bl $175 50-866-1700 ,re r. I ar
Business Bureau is an S aiunerumrtn cr::urh $17 iu 569 1. t Ml4tBlI.I
excellent source of limnum. crhn S17565U56921.
334-792-3804 MISCELLA O r
1-800-824-5274 Bench w/ arms,Solid, MISCELLANEOU
high-back oak
s OU D 52" long, 2" thick, 2 camping cots. $10 for
LOST/FOUND $60. 850-526-3365. both 850-526-3426 DRIVERS
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LOST: Yellow/white ri, .: n tr. '..:.,a .., -. .:. larl .o ,t r. ,
neut. malecat,Main St. rjr,. .,: iI-11 tan w/glasstop $149 Driver trainees
& 90 in Cypress RE- 8508661700 850-592-8769. needed. No CDL? No
WARD: 850-557-2224 Chromecraft Butcher 2pc Ndvy Blue formal. Problem! Earn up to
block dinette set w/4 dress, s 18 WP,$35 $900/wk. Home
chairs. $100 850-482- 850-593-5702 weekends with TMC.
3,6i ..r Iw ';,'j. Company endorsed
e-,:J 11 ,:,r ci50 2 i -32 -55 gallon fish tank' CDL Training.
/ 7rT',s .;i bi rack.vi w/stand & pump, good 1-866-280-5309.
l .e tjE CTRQ NSni.e... 6 cond. $250 850-209r0105
Glara e Sales ,Ltf.. 5 ],i U.keGear Inversion Ta-
aucl.-.ns bi $,.B,:,a a r af GENERAL
kw'ElR DinngqI Ible% ngn C ha rli : 6h e650, :.
Ln'Lr l a l.:k blni:r,. .,)L .,. HELP WANTED
31 n 54i 6 3. 40' 5 .Oln r Ii, u & ,'le :
$.1s 96 1 2 ,:, 2 FL Dept. of
RiHiiiu iIu End Tables 2 LeBrun Agriculture
Brothers solid cherry Plant. Pothos Climbing & C S Peanut
drop leaf, $175, Plant. 5' tall x 6' bottom Inspection posi-
O[ ANTIQUES/ 850-526-3365. cir. Needs winter home. tons. Apply
COLLECTBLES Home made wod $20.482-4320 .5312 Cliff St.
COLLEC porch end table /shelf Tires, set of 4, 225 17" (850)263-2355
Elvis Plate "Heart Break $15 850-866-1700 Michelin 60R17 $150 EEO/AA
Hotel" $50 Firm 850- 850-592,2053 EOI
866-1700 Oil paintings, several
866-1700 w/beach scenes $50-
s- $100qc 85.0 8. 1700
SAPPLIANCES C'Or.nrail ,c..aa, Ru.1
S141: *,) 64, ,' a66 I0A
Frig .j1r.e tWtj.htr P- i'e,:e O- T' e ,it l"-,,I Ii r
Dryer $5uL,--L'0 ; itbie '0 .<29 ,t
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AS A
NEWSPAPER CARRIER
Deliveries between
1:00 am & 6:00 am.
Must have dependable
transportation, valid car
insurance & drivers license.
Come by and fill out an
application at the
Jackson County Floridan
4403 Constitution Lane
Marianna, Florida


GENERAL
HELP WANTED


FOOD SERVICE
WORKER
Must have a high
school diploma or
GED with 1-2 years
of institutional
experience In pre-
paring food for
large numbers of
people. Salary:
$17,236.00/yr.
Submit Jackson
County employ-
ment application
to: Human
Resources Dept.
2864 Madison St,
SMariannaL.
32448.
Deadline to ply
is 11 1008.
Drug Free Work-
place EOE V.Pre-
f ADA AA

Sofas ,
Ottomans.'
Loveseats
Dinette sets
Sell it in
the Classifieds!
Tne wa.:lenriut
C'rpar3iAon is
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t'in: 1r4o, FrTPT
Custom Protection'
Officers for the .
Interstate Rest.
Areas. Applicants
Must Be Law En-
f:.'rcmi-ni. r Cerrini d
C,...rr e i.o'S lni. c r.
m illjm, ( m..liu .r
Criminal Justice
Degree. Pay$10.20/
Hr. Class D & G
License is a plus.
Call 800-527-5941.
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full lime Tech.
M,ist1 pisess or
gamzational,
multitasking &
customer service
skills. Will train
Mail resume to:
P.O. Box 6054
Marianna, FL
32447


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I MISCELLA 'EOUS FARM APArTME FO \ APARTMENTS FOR

The Wireless Free to good home: Case Cotton Picker 2044 2 & 3BR APARTMENTS 2BR/1BA apartment in
The Wireless newborn hamsters, $17,500., Ford Tw-15 & MOBILE HOMES FOR town; $450/month +
Company", your ready 10/31 850-573- Tractor exc. cond. RENT $525-$650/MO Dep. No Pets! (850) 573-
local Alltel 0826 $15,000. w/ mower.. (850)209-3591 0598.
authorized wireless _ 334-701-1836.
agent, is seeking I347 186Y NmI
dedicated & friendly I Ford 2000 Tractor, gas, You Name It... Classifleds have what
sales persons. r I re manynew Classified Has It!!! you are looking for.
Must have strong paore. 314 299.-3102 ___________ _________
communication noSI S
skills, learn quickly & [ POatr Firo ra 00 BuePower Nursing JOB FAIR
enjoy working with Equ ip ent Spsoiail$14000.,Dogde
technology. E-mail I r &anu rnalB 10 4-.IrOur ck-up. Who: Parthenon Healthcare
your resume to 12.900. ray. exc cond. of Blountstown
sterling.wirelessco@ I G n
comcast.net: Gan r. insecticide hat Registered NurseLicensed
_____________________ -applicator w/double Practical Nurse Job Fair
boxes, for two chemi-
calsemounted on tool When:Tuesday, October 28,2008:
Sbar. Good condition. 10:00 a.m.i 12:00 p.m.;.
NIES FARM $500.229-758-3146 2:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m.
EQUIPMENT John Deere 5103, 44HP, Where: 17884 N.E. Crozier Street,
Un.. E-QUIPMENT- ; rrake & box blade, 140 Blountstown, FL 32424 (850) 674-5464
irXLim a Ob10IF 94 HP 900doo hrs. $9800 850-209-4266
sh 80M 0 gOd How:.Please come and meet with us, par-
e p r eout p ersi6 ticrpate in araffle to win grand prize,
p L580 0 u eFand earn more about why Parthenon
re0 314.714 L2 'r Hea thcare of Blountstown is a great
thy33mower14141.place to work!
S12ft hay mower, John Deere'85 G
Reduced to $10,900, 3000 hrs, 80% Under- EOE
850-866-2774 carg. Screen & Safe Minimal Lift Environment
Sweeps, $23,500, Drug Free Workplace
CATS 1set of KMC twin row 334-685-4218
planters, 4 row. mount -'
ed on a paulk frame I T, -. 1 ,. e sP es.'
FREEADULTCATS: KMC 4arow ripperw/ The Best Pets
Several to choose from. lift assist wheel and are found
850-482-4057 fertilizer attach. 1,000 in the JACKSON COUNTY
Freeto goodhome, kit- gal. nurse tank motint-Ads S N N
tens, Litter traineo good 850home- kit ed on tamdem trailer. ClassifiedAdsFLORIDAN
Stens, Ltter traded 850 334-790-5077 FLORIDAN
594-9905 John Deere EzTrak, 445
2000 29hp Agracar 0 Turn Lawn Mower, 23
FREE TO GOOD HOME: Tractor, 4WD, Koyker hp 54 in. cut, 60 hrs., NEEDS AT ONCE:
Part Burmese kittens, 160 Front End Loader, show room clean, .
wormed, shots, litter trailer, asking $8500, $3850,334-726-4780 a newspaper carrier
trnd, 850-592-2689 Ivs 334-588-0323, 477-3152 newspaper carrier
masg. 2002 J De 9 for the following area in
Free to good home: Cotton Picker 4 Row.PRODUCE Jackson County:
Sweet 3mos old M 1520 engine hours. 1040
kitten Itr trained 850 fan hours. Shed kept. JACKSON FARMS CAMPBELLTON
482-2994. .Excellent Condition, NOW OPEN. :
334-403-0569 U Pick Tomatoes Earn up to
S 2 i PBring your own bucket!
DOGS 2 Lilliston Peanut 7 days/wk 592-5579.6 0 0
AN Hpi also 4 "Long" drying __ __ __"
All New p Jack wagons. 334-774-1247. o"
Kennel Dip 3:kills, w 34-774-1247 pemonth after gas
fleas, ticks & MANGE 4425 J.D. Combine Both p. mJ '
mites without steroids. Heads, 7 Peerless dry- H BE YOUR OWN BOSS!
Provides mosquito pro- ers, KMC four row shak-
tection. ALTHA FARM- er & Bahia seed exc. po Pro0nIT-
ERS COOP (482-2416) ge rm334-26-5907oro.s Early morninghours. Must have
www.happyjackinc.com -334-355-283 dependable transportation,
CKC Jack Russell's [ f^^CONY~ minimum liability insurance &
Born 9/25/08 Parents f valid driver's license.
on premises $150850- vai d lcne
569-5447 r' Bobca 39 04'1 f. Come by and fill out an
Frre- Hu,.ong Houras'. hrs, Loaded. Too 'application atthe
8wks old 850-569-5447 Many Attachments application at the
8wks old 850-569-5447 to list $3,00 n APARTME S FOR I Jackson County Floridan,
Free togoosned home:2 334-685-4218 RENT/ FURISHED 4403 Constitution Lane,
Neut. dogs, need acres
to run, good watch- Marianna, FL or call
dogs. 850- 592-4793. Fbrd '00 Tractor, 5 ft. Edgewood Apts. Furn. 1 (80) 526-3614
ogs. 850 5924793. bushhog & 6 ft. box BR duplex apts. Free W(850) 526-3614
Great Pyrenees puppies blade, $5100, Call 334- laundry, water, sewage and ask for JOE
$125 334-655-0642 791-0700 & garb. 592-4793.


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2D FLORIDAN CLASSIFIED


APARTMENTS FOR | BOATS/MOTORS
RENT/UNFURNISHEoD Ja. ) TRAILERS
Affordable HUD homes! orcOcCsIU Gambler 9819 foot
5 BR from $278/mo! cat pcrs bass boat, 150 HP mari-
Must see (4% dwn, 30- MOt.Ofr O1 e ner, gambler trailer,
yrsFa)8%apr)For Listing &liaVcl cil' rs like new. $8200. 334-
Call 800-570-8898 x 1774 E UIPMENT 792-2458
Now taking applica- H l
Lions 1,2,3 BR, also 1 BR _lM_ _
handicap. Pet friendly,
call for details. 850-593- E
5137. Equal Housing Op- -
portunity BOATS/MOTORS
PR COMMERCIATRENT TRAILERS G3 Eale 170 '08 90 HP
SPROPERTY/RENT Yamahamtrappr10hrs
Triton 2005 1753 Crap- Loaded. Like new. Gal-
6,500 sq ft Warehouse pie, mercury 60HP, 4 vanized trr. 6 me old,
for rent $850/mo stroke front & rear live Looks new $13 5006 oo ,
Pierce Street, Marian- wells, and bait well, lots 334-73-772, 796,5056.
na, FL. (850) 526-3330 'of storage, fully
equipped. $12,500 OBO
Business Office Space 850-547-3484 after 6PM '
1000 SF, Kitchenette,--- /ks
Bathroom, $850/mo. Triton '08,18 ft. Explor- E L L
util. incl. 526-3668 er w/115 HP Mercury
Optimal. 71 pound mo- G3 '03 1756 Cener
Store guide, 480 GPS/fish Console. Camo, 50hp
DUPLEX/RENT finder, stainless steel Yamaha.Trolling Mo
prop. Ready to fish tor. Depth finder
$18,600. 334-774-5412 or Duck B ind, great
2/1 Duplex $525/mo 334-790-1346. condition. $4,999.
Near Marianna Joyce 18
Riley Real Estate 850- Tiara'00 3500 Open, 334-685-4218.
209-7825 twin diesel engine,
master bedroom, full You Name It...
FARMS/ bath & kitchen, bay Classified Has It!!!
point slip free. $155,000
AcREAGE 850-258-9917 Fisher 2008 1754, 40HP
4 stroke mercury, ta-
FSBO: 6 AC. Flynt Subd. SWEETWATER '94, 20ft. chometer, humming- .
Mathis Dr. Near Merri- Pontoon Boat, w/trai- bird 565, live well, bilge
tts Mill Pond. $45K 904- ler, '06 trolling motor, pump, $11,200 334-798-
993-1620 with extras $8,000 334- 0010
S775-7548 Chaparral '84198XL 185
HOUSES/RENT Stratos '96 Bass Boat, Evinrude with trailer
SUNFURNISHED 115hp Johnson Fast $3500. 334-693-9360
S UNURNIS Start. Shed kept, exc.
3/1.5, Marianna, 1st + cond,, $5500, 334-585-
dep. 1 yr lease. No 2191
smoking/pets. Appl.req. -
850-762-3252.1v msg II '
3BR/1BA, Very nice.
Located on Davis Street Chaparral 210 SSI '05,
in Marianna. Kitchen t Yellow, 260 hp, bimini
appliances included. '.-. top, galvanized trailer,
$700/mo. Deposit re- custom cover, garage
quired. NO PETS! Year stored, only 20 ours,
lease. Call (850) 594- -'-. many extras. Like new.
7525 between 6pm- SPORTSCRAFT '70, 30- $25,900, 334-475-3883.
9pm. Leave message. ft, 440 Chyr. engine, Boston Whaler '73, re-
3BR/28A COTTONDALE good condition, $5,000 stored, 13 foot sport
35 ac. Lrg shed/deck OBO 334 687-4634 with 2000 40 HP Mercu-
CH&A $750/mo (850) ry motor. $4,900 OBO.
527-6060 334-714-2419
3BR/2BA Foreclosed 4. _, 1 W1/
home! Only $33,900! -
Must Sell! For listings
800-570-8898 ext. 5366 6 --
4bed/2ba, bank foreclo- .
sure! Only $199 me! SeaRay 90' 220 DA 24' '
(5% dwn, 30yrs@ crusier w/Trailer. Low
8%apr) For Listing Call hbs, 2 much 2 list GPS/-
800 570-898 x 1774 Fish Finder. Exe cond.
asking 15K 334 347-2279 .. -.
BTING AYLINER '05185BR, in-
LISTING! board, white / blue, Au-
Marianna-1/1 House- to. 6-cyl. 200 hours,
Quite Area-Huge Yard- -.- Loaded, MP3, AM/FM,
Quite Ares nta-Huge Yard- -- runs well, very clean,
Pets OK-$350 month
850-890-2070 -"- Great cond. $13,900,
--- -?--*--T" 334-709-4298.
NEED TO PLACE AN AD? .. -"' _- --
It's simple, call one of SEA RAY '87 265 Sedan Bassboat w/trailer,
our friendly Classified Bridge, 454,800 hours, 1984 Astroglass Pro
representatives and tri-axel trailer, Great Craft. 1o50HP Merc.
they will be glad cond. $10,000.334-790- trolling motor. $2500
to assist you. 7371. 850-482-7597,
Aluminum 15ft, fishing
Very nice 2 BR boat, 25HP motor, trail-
house on Hwy 90 er, trolling motor, fish
uE,appl.&leanse ",.-- o 9, locator. $30p0 334-671-
req. Sewer/wa.- .a 2t 998
Mh P i rd m-.4 H ,. 99
incl. $600/o. ,,
$250 dep. No pets : of c
Non-smoking Moomba '06 Outback V, "'
ctyRfre85 mtr w/w120 hrs. equip.
,OB -L- w/hydraulic wake
S MOBILE .plate, ballast system,
HOME/RENT wake board tower,C- -
D0/sound system ect., Hunter 235 saer
1BR MH Partially furn, $26,000 BO, 334-432 w/trailer 23.5 sailerHon-
$300/mo or sell for 0890 /3 da, 2much2list, $10k
$1700 cash. 850-718- Mastercraft'88o17ft, 75 OBO, Call 334-806-2822.
7330 HP Mercury, live-well,
2/2, 3 miles from Mar. depth fish inder, foot
very clean, family of 2, control, trolling motor.
carport, no pets was $4000 now $3000.
$500/mso 1 ast last, se- 334-805-0119
curity. Ref. req. 850- Marquis '77 wn/l990 re-
209-8947 built 90 HP motor,
2 & 3 BR MH, Cotton- trolling motor & fish n
dale, http://www. char- finder. $3,000 obo. 334- 2 110
loscountryliving.com. 475-3272 86' BAYLINER 29ft. Vol-
850-258-4868/209-8847 vo 260 eng., fully loaded
2 & 3 BR MH. Water- w/trailer,loW hours
/Garb/Sewage Inc. NO- $12,500 080 687-8169,
PETS! (850) 592-8129. .334-703-3138
2 & 3BR Mobile Homes --. 34 ft. House Boat,
fnr Rent in nttonndat ."-- Sleeps 6, good cond., .


$350 & up Call 850-557-
5057
3/2 C H/A $450-$500
per month, C'dale. No
pets. 850-638-1171
3/2 Cottondale water,
bugspray, garb, sewage
$550/ mo. + $550 sec.
No Pets. 850-352-4869.
- 3/2 DW, Malone, FL,
3/2, SW. $400. and up.
security neg., 850-569-
9884 or 850-557-3343
3/2 DWMH 73N, Marian-
na, single/couple $550
+sec.ep. nosmoking/
pets. Joe 850-482-8859/
482-4193
3/2 SWMH $5007mo
Grand Ridge 850-592-
3772/573-0014
3BR 2BA DW MH, on
Russ Rd. $850/mo. 850-
526-2975
FREEmonths rent
w/12mo, lease:
Mobile Homes &
lots avail. Blue
Springs MH Park,
Marianna. Water/s-
ewage/garb./lawn
incl. 850-482-4060
LG 3BR/1BA, Clean/
_..:.i.t- U in. :_, ,_ . .


asking $12,000 OBO, .
S' Call 334-792-1079 or
Mako '97 Model 191-19', 334-718-9054
150 HP Mercury live
well, Bilge puimp, $9,000 23' SeaRay Proj. Boat,
OBO. Will trade. Call 260hp. 350 Eng. Boat Tr.
* 334-718-1550 $1500 obo. 256-201-1657
Mako '77 center con-
sole, 20ft, 200HP evih-
rude, excellent shape, ri
* $6000obo, 334-585-6689 20g3 i Fo.r
Laten '03 Camper Trail- Sportfishing Yacht
er w/ slide. 30 ft. Fully Designed by world
self contained. $6900 renowned designer
SOBO, 334-687-4503 Tom Fexas.
Javin 16 foot'boat, 90 Dual Mercedes turbo
HP Johnson. $3500334- diesel engines.
797-0309 166 Total Hrs on.
Yacht.and engines
.. Raymarine E120,
\ Autopilot, Hi def .
lo Radar, VHF Custom
S'-'" Fighting Chair,
S- Custom long Range
"_ Tank, 60 Gallon Bait
Tank outriggers,
tournament rigged
Hunter 2004 306, like
new loaded, wet slip Compare at 1.4
available, in Port St. million. Sacrifice
Joe, FL great weekend $950,000 will trade
getaway, Detailed pics for equivalent ocean
& info upon request. / waterfront proper-
$70K 850-653-8147. Lv ties or trade down
Msg for pleasure boat.
-.-... .....- view Yacht at
quiet pre in Mriuk-i/ ..... .. .nsw wsoc


quiet park in Marianna,
No pets! $475 + Dep. "
850-718-6641 .- -
MOBILE *" .' "
HOME/SALE
Glassstream '84 Hy-
2 & 3 BR MH W/D, draBass 15V, w/ 80 hp
CH/A, waterlawn- marianer motor 91
garb.incl. 1st/last/s- model. 45 pt trolling
ec. Call 850-573-0625 motor. Green, runs well,
very clean, Great cond.
1 i $3800. OBO. 850-573-
REAL ESTATE 6222.
3BR HUD home! $213
mo! 4% down 30 yrs @
8% APR Listings. Call |
800-570-8898 ext. F478
3 NEW HOMES
UNDER 175k NEAR
HIGH SCHOOL, Complete Li(
SUNLAND, AND
FEDERAL PRISON. NAHTOD TO(
EASY TO QUALIFY November 8t
FOR NO DOWN Novem o
PAYMENT& NO 171 NorthR
CASH NEEDED Dothc
TO CLOSE & Dt
MOVE IN. "One Of Dothc
CALL JAMES O I
GRANT Oldest In
850-526-8367 OR Machining
850-526-2346 REAL
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REDUCED HD '03 1200 Sportster,
'03 Class A Monoco La 100th Anniv Ed, w/
Palma. 2 slides. 1V shield, bags, Tandem
bath. Loaded! Incl. car seat w/ backrest, 7500
dolley & all furnishings miles. Exc. cond. $5500,
(dishes, towels, etc.) 334-449-0015.
$75K. 334-790-3480. HD '06 Heritage Softtail
Monoco Knight '06, Classic. White, 5-spd.,
Save $25K or more. 1700 mi., excellent con-
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many upgrades 406-1999.
$159,700.850-866-2774 Honda '03 VTX 1800
S Black, Motorcycle. Gar-
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E 2000 miles. Showroom
.. condition. Backrest/
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R quick detach wind-
shield. $8700, 334-445-
6933.
HOLIDAY RAMBLER '96 HONDA '04 Rancher ES,
Endeavor,W/B 37',1 low miles, Great cond.
slide, 230 Cummins Die- $3500.334-692-4120.
sel Pusher, new eng. $3500.3346924120.
w/3000 miles, diesel Honda'05 Foreman 500,
e n., washer/dryer red, warn wench 2.5 ton
40,000 334-687-6164 luggage rack, mirrors,
thumb bar. like new,
Holiday Rambler '02, need to see..$4,195334-
diesel pusher, 2 slides, ed84-2080 e$4,195
outside ent. center,
loads of extras, no m s s
smoke, no pets, 38K q ---M
mi., Must Sell! $68,500
OBO, (850) 638-7920 or


Fourwinds '08 Chateau
Sport Class C, 28 ft.
Workhorse Chassis 6.0L
Vortec. 5578K mi. no sl.
outs. non-smoker ond
pet free.$55,000 obo
"Serious inquiries only'
Reduced!334-522-3652.
Fleetwood 2002 Discov-
ery 39ft, 2 slides, 330
HP diesel, very nice
$85,000 334-618-8457
Dode '78 Class "A" Ex-
ecutive motorhome,
onan generator, exc.
condition $4500 will fi-
nance. 334-793-5248
Damon Intruder 00'
35 ft. Class A design-
er. V-10, 27,917K 2
slides, 2 AC, 2 TV's,
side by side frig w/
ice maker. New tires,
Towing pkg. $39,500.
334-696-4746.

Damon '99 Daybreak,
34ft, 15,471k miles, AC,
1 slide, awning, queen
bed, self contained
generator, Like new.
25,000. 229-723-6612



Damon '97 Daybreak,
one-owner, 34 ft, 22K
miles, AC, awning,
queen bed, Onan 5K
generator. $14,900.
334-792-7436.
Damon '96 Daybreak
Motorhome. 31 ft.
Clean, sips 6. Great
cond. Comes w/ 2-whl
car dolly. 334-792-0619
Concord Coachman '05
Motor Home. 23' long
2700mi; Take over pay-
ments.850-593-5103
Airstream '93, 34' diesel
64K mi. Excellent cond.
$25,000. 334-792-1079.
28 ft.'Allegro, well
maintained, new tires,
fully loaded, new paint,
indoor kept. $12,500.
Call 334-792.-8018 or
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1997 Four Winds Class
C, 31 ft, A/C, stove, mi-
crowave, fridge, sofa,
dinette. $24,900. Call
334-791-1450.


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Work Horse Chassis.
19K, loaded, 3 slides, 99
tow car, $93,000, Call
(334) 618-0717"
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'03 V-STAR 1100, 12K
miles, lots of chrome, 2
helmets, $4,500 229-
334-7489
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Hard-tail, 11,000 mi,
asking payoff, 334-648-
2425.
2005 CRF 150 F Honda,
good condition, very
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687-3275 or 850-625-
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Cubcadet'07 Utility*
Vehicle. 20hp Cat
Diesel Engine. Camo,
Auto. great condi-
tion. $8,500.
334-685-4218.
Harley '06 1.200 Sports-
ter, white, dyna fender,
Screaming Eagle pipes.
Exc. cond. 6100 mi.,
$8,490 obo, 334-726-
7815
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black, less than 400
miles, $16,000 OBO,
334-791-0891
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Heritage softtail twin
cam, blue & silver, rd
radio, lots of extras,
$12,000. 334-671-4281.







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


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HARLEY DAVIDSON'08
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spd. 2000 miles, excel-
lent condition, lots of
extras, 2YR warranty,
$14,500 OBO. Call 334-
441-6962.




Harley Davidson
'08 Road King.
Crimson Red,
6-spd. 675 miles,
excellent condi-
tion. warranty,
334-618-9828.

HD '02 Fat Boy. Motor-
cycle. Custom, 8500 mi.,
exc. condition. Loaded,
$12,000 OBO, Call 334-
255-3165.
H-D '02 Ultra Classic,
Blue & Grey, Motorcy-
cle. 15100, Loaded, low
miles, very clean, Like
new. $15,000, 334-701-
3258..
HD '07 Heritage Softtail
Classic, exc. cond., 3 yr.
warranty, $14,500,
334-684-0498


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Yamaha 02' Zuma
Scooter. 6400 mi.
125mpg, Windshjeld &
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cond. $1600. 850-352-

Yamaha'06 R1 3,500K
mi. Garage kept with Firrf 'n P.lu 13r, C'-,
upgrades. $8,000.080 BO Preom., silver/ blck Mitsubishi'06Lancer 2
334-239-0055 custom paint, loath- Rally A/C Poiwer
Yamaha 08' Grizzly,4x4 er.$31 900. Call 334- Windos &Door locks,
esi, 215 miles, 24 hours, 618-2441. CD Player, $ 11,750.
asking payoff of $6,500. Financing Available-
334-237-3068 Ford '64 Thunderbird, WAC.
Yamaha '09 Zijma 125 82K mi, 1 owner, $4000. Call John 334-797-0420
scooter, Brand New Will trade. Call 334-632- or Jason 334-714-1601
only 10 miles! 90 mpg, 8024 Nissan'06 Maxima SE
64 mph $2900. Exc. cond. white, war-
334-701-4243. Ford '64 Thunder- rrenty, 29K mi, $17,500
bird, 82K mi, I1own- I OBO 334-714-6616
e__r, $4000. Will trade. 3-
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K 15k miles, extended
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runs great, seats new condition $17,900
a cert~ .ri 7,power locks & win- 334-750-4698
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Motorcycle. Like new. Ithr, AT Entirely new Main Car Sales W.M. St. rare car $6,500 334-792- w/5X8 trailer ext.
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$ 4H -6 4or CoT upe, red ,5s d ,5 MipetO,-
334-67 1-5790 j 334-677-3694 or cond. $5000 OBO. 334- pack., exc. cond. 78K
Honda '06 Rancher350, 334-74-4029. 791-1604. mi. $6,750.850-638-
4 wheel drive,-excellent Acura '92 Integra, 5p 9771.
condition. Auto. $4000. Black, CD.Runs well. Re- Honda '07 Civic Coupe Pontiac '06 GTO, 6.0,
334-726-2775 or 585- built motor, sunroof. Touch screen GPS navi- 400HP 24,000 miles, FREIGHTLINER '01,
334-726-2775 or 585- Great cond. 2,000 obo. nation system, DVD black in/out, one owner FDL120. Semi truck,
SBrand new 26" rims, player, 26K mi., black, $26,000, 850-352- 810,000 mi. good cond.
HONDA'06VTX1300C chrome w/black 3,800 $16,000786-223-2278. 3752/850-557-6666 $19K OBO,850-352-4808
Cruiser. ch,700 miles, 334-671-1607 HONDA -'94 Accord 4- Pontiac'07 G6, 4 cyl., Freightliner '04 M2.28K
and Hines custom x- Audi'03 A6 power cyl. 190,000 miles, silver, 4 door, 14K mi., GVWR, 26ft box w/6 ft
haust, $8,500 334 everything, new tires, $3500. 334-797-6746. w/ cruise,$13,900, attic, CAT engine 159K
excellent condition, (334) 445-6302, miles. Excellent Condi-
695-9269, 334-695-9265 64,500 mi., $16,700 OBO. (334)733-0579 tion. $24,000.798-1221
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maintenance & 5 yr. BMW04330CIconv rides, Fuller trsmis-
arranty included. Ask- lac'0330C, cony., .. r
in d layof!! 8 5.0-573- black w/black int., K,1 o9.ls mp sionG o nd yr
in ayfl850-573- mnavy, system, call for or long haul. $9000. 850-
2692 more info. $28500 OBO 638-7290/850-527-2229.
Honda'07750 CC. 4 yr. 229-308-1493 ?GOOSENECK TRAILER
maintenance & 5 yr. n ill HYUNAI '06 sonata 30' flat bed, dual axle
warranty included. Ask- Bonnevillet '05 GXP, GLS, Beige, Sedan.
ing Payof! 85-573- North Sa V8 engine, Auto. 4-cyl. 2 WD. PONTIAC '07 G6 GT, 14,000 b capacity like
Metali8-573greyK miles 53000, Power brakes& Black, Con. Auto. 6-cyl. new, $4,000 334-695-
i $18,500850-209-1087 steering, CD, A/C, 15,400, Loaded, leather. 0434
Hondg la d Buick'98 LeSabre, goodG AM/FM, stereo, sun- Like new. $22,500 W t .
26,200mi, $15,000. plus cond. $1900 850-557- roof, warranty Great 334-886-2399. o. 64, tri-axle, 16' body.
6CDmatching bushtech 0145 condr. $10,995, 793559 ext. side, R swing barn
trailer 7,000mi. $4,000. nrifinit '00, G20,Bose door. $19,500. OBO 334-
334-693-9287 B BW Stereo, loaded, 59k mi 65-2772; 334671-7632
_V--' X 2 $4500. 334-793-9765 -4DK -s-2 8 R r S .
'ila A Jeep '01 Grand Chero- 0. PARTS &'5
4 2 o 3 r kee, Mint condition. n ACCESSORIES
s- Ml 2 Ci New tires, cold air,' 0. m a r hau.
d .....v.. $55,000.334-85-3832 PONTIAC '69 GTO Judgee like $5000850-
Cadillac04 CTS inmint Kawasaki'07 Bute Race Car, New Tires, 526-3911/573-9437
condition with transfer- Force 6504X4. Black, 334- 3322, in 229-321-2092 22" RIMS
Kawasaki'00ZX12, able warranty $14,500. 28 hours. Excellent con- 00
green, lots of extras, 334-740-9155 edition. $5000. 334-488- $1300 OBO
green, 4621. .. (850) 209-6616,
extended swing arm, Cadillac '06 DTS GM,
loaded, like new. $6500 fully loaded, 31,500 mi. Kia '01 Rio, 90k miles, E Camper shell, one yr.
OBO 334-790-0028 Immaculate condition, new tires, new timing .A old. Fits F-150 '99,
KAWASAKI -'03 Vulcan $24,500. 850-592-2773 belt, new axles, new Black, Like new. $600.
truck struts. $3,40 o00bo. Call 334-347-2717.
1500 Classic. Never laid CADILLAC '06 DTS. Se- 210-685-3380 T Toyota '904 Runner,4x4
down, 19,000 miles, ex- 'dan. Metallic Blue,
cellent condition. Load- 46000, great condition. Pontiac '71 Grand Prix no motor,frame & run.
ed, $7,500.334-702-7775 Loaded, warranty, 400/400, solid no canp- gear.$300 8507187642
if no answer, leave $19,500. 850-867-4884. er runs & drives $3,500 Vestil new 6'X30'pro-
message. Cadilla T A Sa e 0t OBO Trade considered table ramp for sale or
Cadillac '06 STS. Auton0. tn 334-687-0805, 695-6568 sterlAseG $500
32,549 mi., excellent e l8 0 it long term lease. $9,500.-86
condition. Loaded, Race Car Dirt late mod- 229-869-1008.
$700, 3 87CD,no s on roof,A -/C r .... elt'05 CJRayburn & 28'
"~ leatherinterior K pm n inclosed hawler. Many PICK-UP
DVD/NAV, XM, $24,725. 44K miles, working AC, TR2UCWKS
334-797-2320. CD player. 5$8,000.850-
Cadillac'93 Allante 326-0638 Chevrolet'05 Duramax
Kawasaki'04 MNi 1034o8rtiblbe, red, beige Ldiesel, HD 2500 4X4 LT
ULexus'02 LS430 black, l Crew Cab.Silver, Auto.
blue, low miles, Like weather excellent. 71k fully loaded, tan leather ele 4 e, re.
new. 2700, obo, 334 mies $13,900334449- int. very good cond. ga- 8-cyc e. 4 wheel drive
983-6264. 2823 or 334-723-3037 rage kept, tinted win- 52.000miles, great cn -
Kawasaki '05 Mule, 2 Cadillac '96 Fleetwood, i 894 15,900 t l 114 hitch and spray e n bed-
wheel drive, $5300850- Broutgham Edition, 2" 334-718-3518 liner. $25,500. 334-798-
209-4266 rims, exc cond 78K Lexus 07 ES-350, earl Saturn '07 Aura XR, -4841.
mi., asking $6460 BO, with tan interior, load- 9,800 Tti., like new, Chevrolet '051500 LS, 1
"-- Call (334) 379-5118 ed, 15K miles. $31,000 white, Ithr, sunroof, all owner Crew Cab, 67,500
Chevy '03 Z06 Corvette, 334-685-1070 options, MUST SEE TO mi., two tone paint, all
C onv Excellent cond. 35K mi, -- BELIEVE $21,150 obo, power, $14,500,
$- 5 27,500. 850-762-8399 t 334-522-3564 Call 334-792-2724
CHEVY '06 Malibu, 4DR, .. Chevrolet '92 Silverado,
low miles, loaded NEED 350, at, ps, pw, pbl, new
$10,000 334-687-4571 tires, bedliner, 188,000
KAWASAKI -'06 Vulcan Chevy '32 Original body TO PLACE mi38-, 270w. $32450701
500. Motorcycle. Red, 6- & frame, 350 engine, AT ARAD?
spd. 5710 miles, excel- Trans., extras! Must see Lexus ES 300'01 Sadan, Chevrolet'02 Silverado,
lent condition. Loaded, to appreciate! Serious Super Clean $9995.110k It's simple, Silver, Pick-up. Auto,
$4200. 334-493-2413. Inq. only. $20,000 obo. miles. West Main Car call one of our 8-cyl., 2 WD, M155500,
334-372-4122 Sales W. Main. Street Classified Power brakes, Power
.. Dothan. 334-6995880 lasse steering, A/C, AM/FM,
DChevy '90 Corvette Con- 334-699-5880 representatives runs well, Good condi-
vrtible, blackokcond., Lincoln '95 Town car and they will be tion $9,200.. 334-673-
low m., $6,900 obo. Call Champagne color, glad to assist you. 8365
334-793-6997 Maroon Int. good tires,
,,.270m E cold air, $2,000. 334- cnrlsChevrodet 73810-Wheel-
S794-0385. er with grainbody. 334-
Maxda6, ,"08, New, '"- -
l,800miles, 4dr, gray, -
Kawasaki'06 ZX-10R, Chevy '94 Camaro, ps/pw. $19,000. obo
Black, Motorcycle. 3200 Blue, Sedan.5 850-547-28085
miles, runs well, loIw 6-cyl. 2 WD. Loaded, 8-5- 20 .
miles, Greatcond., Power brakes, Power Mazda 04' RX8, 62,000 -
$7000, 334-687-8624. steering, CD, A/C, runs miles. Runs great. Borla Toota '00 Camry
well, new tires, T-Tops, Cat-back exhaust. Take So ara Convertible C.-I --.
Kawasaki '81 very clean, Great cond. over pints. $19k owed. $8995.128k miles. West 1.". 3-i'-. -
K2750LTD-H2.Needs $4000., 334-618- 3414. 850-557-6199 Main Car Sales W. M.St. .,. .'.... ,..
work,good parts bike. Dothan 334-699-5880 -
13671 mi., $700 obo- Chevrolet '98 Z71 P/U
cash. 334-393-1735 w/LT1 posi rear end Fleetside Ext. cab, 3
Station wagon. Auto oF r, 98K mi., Very Clean,
Kawaski'07.Mean. $1,800. 334-696- 8019. Or,9asking $8500 OBK.eCa-n
Streak Special Edition. Chrysler Sebrin, 790-2364, 334-793-1005
Under 500 miles. Extras Chrysler '01 Sebrinl,
included, $8,000. Call n con dtio, n 5 e ."- Chevrolet 04 Z71, Reg
334-899-4247exellent condition. Cab. Pick-up. Gun Metal
33-9-42-4$7,200850-685-5542. MAZDA3 '06 44k miles, .. .' -- "' Grey, Auto. 8-cyl. 4 WD.
Polaris '00 4-Wheeler, (Troy)- 5spd manual 30+ mpg Toyota'02 Camry LE 52000, great condition.
4 wheeldrive, Chrysler'05 Pacifica city, 40+ hwy, new tires Very Clean, 114k miles Power rakes, Power
334-794-2398 Touring Model, 43K mi., & many extras. 13,500 $8995.00 West Main Car steering, CD, A/C; .
|seats 0 white, 1 owner, oh 517-749-4417. 'Sales 1862 W.M. St. AM/FM, stereo, $14,000.
exc. cond., new front Mercedes'06 CLS500, D-than. 334-699-5880 334-488-4621.
tires, $13K 334-222-2166 white, loaded w/ cus- Toyota '05 Camry, 4 .--
tom rims, 32K mi. door, tan, auto., sun- '"
Ford'03 Mustang GT $55,000334-685- roof, cd changer, all ,...,
Convertible, yellow, 2584/334-794-6191. seri- pwr., like new, 17,300
30,600 mi., clean, exc ous inquiries only!! mi, $15,900, Call (334)
cond., $12,995,334- 389-3071
S 248-6198,248-294 You Name It...
POLARIS'04 Classified Has It!!! Toyota '08 Corolla, 4 dr, n
SPORTSMAN ATV 4 auto, 3100 mi., $14,500
wheeler. Green,4 FORD '05 Mustang Con- Mercedes'93 Benz. firm. Call 334-347-7302 Chevy'02 Avalanche
WD. 328 miles, vertible, leather, V-6, Great gas mileage or 334-406-2945. 4X4,16k miles, pewter
excellent condition, loaded, 18K miles, 300E, 2.8 liter engine. graychrome neft bars,
runs well, very clean, $16,000334-355-0881 Power windows/locks Toyota'98 Sienna, and brush guard, 20'
runs well, very clean, & seats, cruise control, Green, Auth. 171k. Runs wheels, black leather
5297500 Ford'05 Mustang, V-6 sun roof, AM/FM/CO greatly $4,000 obo. 719- interior, loaded. $13,500
334 347-96860. premium edition, Fully player, leather interior. 930-8524. 334-702-8439 or 334-
-loaded, great gas saver. Adult driven. Beautiful V -- 0 791-2609b
Ranger '06 700 EFI Asking payoff $13,000 car inside & out $4,500 Volkswagen 04Jetta -
Camo, excellent condi- 334-692-5577 Cash Firm. SERIOUS Station wagon GL, AT, Chevy '96 Cheyene, sgl
tion. $8200 OBO 334- INQUIRES ONLY call AC, Exc. cond., 27-30 cab, 4.3 6cyl vortec eng.
798-2181 334-790-4892 mpg, $9,500 OBO,334- very good cond. $3700
-933-791482 983-4446 cash. 850-482-8416
Road Star'01 1600, "'. Mercedes"98 Benz E320- -
d re sse d out, 12Km miles, 79 Korig hite Volksw agen 05' Torgua- Chevy '03 S1O, 4 cylin-
$5900. 334-790-4360 -welmaintained, have irg, Gray w/saddle rnte der, 28 MPG, low miles,
all service records, or, 40k miles, top of excellent shape. $7200
Sportster'06883 Low. $ 10,500. 334-596-2077 the line, sun roof, V8 OBO. 334-585-6689
Motorcycle. Black, 490 Ford'06 Mustang GT, optiondual climate air,
mi., excellent condition, light blue, black leather Mercury '76 Marquis, heated seats, automat- Chevy '05 Silverado
Loaded, 6200 OBO. Call int., premium sound, less than 45K original ic w/manual shift op- Crew Cab Truck. Load-
334-255-3165 or 334- loaded, 5 sp., exc. cond. miles, 1 owner, $3500, tion, steering wheel ed with extras $18,000.
255-2920. 20,700 mi, REDUCED serious inq. only, 334- controls, side curtain 850-594-3282
SUNF200850CC $17,685,23 MPG, hwy, 691-7332 or 685-2269 air bagswindow Chevy '00 Silverado 6.0
Sm F ste l reg gas.call 334-588 MERCURY-'95Cougar shades for back seats, Eng. Ext., cab w/long
moped, street legal. MERCUR Y 'S5a. ougar and rear air. $ 23,800 bed, CD Full towing
$800334-793-5248 XR-7. Sedan, needs mi- 334-701-8555/334-685- pack $7000334-477
Suski '0 Boulvard nor wk. $900. 479-8290. 6233 pack2271. $,000 334-477-
S50,750 ml. Like new, (-'<* s-', .-. ,'. .. Volvo 04'V70,.2.5 turbo Chevy 96 Silverado
crash bar & windshield ..' 'al.'iu wagon, 73k miles, Auto LWB STO Cab, Good
$5,500. 334-618-2542. w/manual shift option, Cond, Loaded 153K mi.
Triumph '73 chopper, .3 k. mem... cy t n/. $3990. OBO 334-671-


custom built in Miami ,
nice bike, lots of -
chrome, runs good Ford '06 Mustang, Red,
$3,500. 334-984-2044 Auto. 6-cy. 35,500 mi,
-- very clean, Great cond.
$12,100, 334-798-5753.





VERUCCI '05 50CC, 4
stroke, 120 MPG plus 45
MPH, Sportster replica
$1,200 334-355- 1339 be-
for 6 PM
Victory 1999 1500, 5K Ford '08 F350 Lariat
American made bike Crew Cab SRW 4WD
$6000 Firm 334-618- Pick-up. Blue over
8457 beige, Auto. 6.4L Turbo
Diesel. 7,800 miles. Per-
YAMAHA '02 Banshee fect condition. Loaded,
$2,500 OBO 334-355- warranty, $44,000 obo
0491 Call 334-447-8304.


MG '76 Midget com-
pletely restored, show
quality, like new,
$10,500. firm. 334-794-
7936.



Mitsubishi '06' Eclipse
GT, Red, 6,spd. 46550,
new tires, very clean,
mfg warr, Viper alarm,
tints, Exc cond. 15000,
334-333-7555.
Nissan '05 Maxima SL,
fully loaded, leather int.
bose sound system &
garage kept. exc.
cond., 1 owner, $17,300
pay off. Call (334) 714-
1671


........ ea.. Lu. a- 4216.
ssett player, gold w/tan
leather,remainig loo100k
warranty $10,900, 334-
701-8555/334-65-6233


AUTOS I
CHEVY '07 SILVERADO
Z 71, 4 door, 4 WD, LIZ
9 Loaded, 55K Miles,
Asking payoff $25,000
334-687-4973
Chevy 04' Tahoe Z71,
Burgandyw/ beige
Cadillac '68 Deville, leather, 83k miles,
Red, Convertible. $8500, steering wheel con-
334-774-9243. trols, 3rd row seating
w/center bucket seats,
Cadillac '73 Eldorado, 6disc cd changer in
Restored, mint condi- dash, power seats, rear
tion, garage kept, 96K air controls,
miles, $9,000, 229-334- $16,.800334-701-
8719 8555/334-685-6233


Q PICK-UP
TRUCKS
Chevy '02 Z71 Extend-
ed Cab, 80K mi., new
tires, new brakes, great
condition, $13,000 Re-
tail NADA value,
$14.450, 334-797-2459






Dodge '99 Extended
Cab Pick-Up, 117K miles
Runs & Drives Great,
5.2 liter. Cold A/C
3,200 850-557-6866
Dodge 05' 3500 Quad
b'. l Cu mmins


- PICK-UP PICK-UP SPORT UTILITY
H TRUCKS TRUCKS VEHICLES


Ford '85 Tow Truck,
custom-built I ton.
loaded. Great condi-
tion. $8,500, 334-791-
8695 or 334-794-2426
Need a New Hnme?


Toyota '05 Tacoma X-
Runner, Red, 36K miles, GMC '00 YUKON 105K
Loaded, Great condo. miles; loaded SLT loath-"
$16,800 OBO. 334-347- er, On-Star, sunroof,
_4999, DVD Player, warranty,
"wa M .aa $9,000 334-695-0119
leave message


Turbo Diesel, 69k miles, Checkout Toyota '04 Tundra 47k
CD, Cruise, $20,500. the Classifieds 4 door All PowerTinted
850-526-2290 days, Windows ,20" Chrom GMC'01 Yukon SLT,
eves. 850-594-9931. Rims, CD, $16,800 or Leather, Third row,
Dodge 95' Ram P/U, f OBO. Call 334-596-0157 Tow Package, Good
Dodge 5 Ram P/U, Htires, $10,200.714-9510.
2500 HD, good cond., X SPORT UTILITY $10200 7149510
$2,800. 080 677-2805 U VE LE

A 3Buick '07 Rainier, By
l owner, 2WD, 6cyl., Sil- GMC'01 Yukon SIT
ae v ver Leather, Power, white, Ithr, 1 owner, ga-
?--, r5500 ,e i-eu l 20,000 mi. $20,000 neg., raged, 92K mi. $10,900.
Ai ruie. h. 1 Call 334-370-3921 Great Cond!!!334-692
ar, I I n .rn Buick '07 Rainier one 4124 or 334-797-7603.
Hauler Bed w/Rhino. Buick 07 Rainier, I one
DODGE'06 Ram Silver, Gooseneck 30K 5th owner. lte sgBOSE,
Auto Ocyl 2WD 25k CD Wheel, 30K mi., no re/gray, $21,008 0 nog,
A/C Like new $16,799 trades, $45K, Call factory warranty. 334-
334-790-4509. (302) 545-1158 685-1261 or 334-677-

SGMC '07 Duramax die-
sel 25,000 miles $38,500 CHEV '04 Avalanche Z71
334-677-9008; 334-726- loaded $18,000 call 334- Honda '06 Accord EX-L,
2767. 695-2739 Charcoal Bronze, load-.
ed, GPS,34K miles $18K
GMC'91 Jimmy 4x4, 6.2 Chevrolet'99 S10 Blaz- 850-445-5767$18K
Diesel 4 in lift. alumi- er, Good AC New trans.
num wheels 12x36 Radi- w ith warr., New tires,
DODGE '06 Ram Silver, al Swampers PS, PB, clean. Runs great!!!!!
Auto 6cyl 2WD 25k CD AC, Auto, AM/FM CD REDUCED!! $3,200.334-
A/C Likenew $16,799 $5500 obo. 850-762-9333 596-5032
GMC '02 Sierra Ext. Cab,
with tool box, 80K mi.,
great shape, $9500, Call
3'34-797-5249 Honda'01 CRV EX Great
. -33-77-24- Condition! 113k miles
GMC '07 SIERRA $7995. West Main Car
SLE. Pick-up. SIL- Sales. 1862W. Main. St
VER, Auto. 8-cyl. 2 Dothan. 334-699-5880
WD. 23000, excel-
lent condition. Chevrolet'01 Tahoe LT.
Dodge'06 Ram, Silver, AM/FM/cd stereo, 4x4, leather.1 owner
Auto. 6 cyl. 2WD. 23k, low miles, very x 85k mi. Sunroof, 3rd
Power steer, CD, A/C, clean, warranty, seat. Exc. cond. $11500.
Like new. Cust exhaust PAYOFF. Need min- 334- 36-0774
bed cover, rails, foot ivan instead Call,
rail $18k 334-790-4509. 334-,685-2190.

,- i^ GMC'06 Sierra Z71, (5-spd push button
loaded, 28k mi., ext.cab, shift), Green, 2wd, Low
still under warranty. miles, VERY clean, Like
D 3 $21,500. 334-347-7353 or new. (It does have
TrucExt.Ca 464-2659 black rims) $3500,850-
AutoDiesel 4 WD. 592-6580
150,000 miles, fair Infinity '04 FX 45, 38,000 -
condition. Power miles, fully loaded, Chevy '01 Blazer, White You Name It...
brakes, Power navigation, rear view AT6-cyl4WD, 130k, PB Classified Has It
steeringCD, A/C, camera,camera, grayish, exc. Ps CD A/C, AM/FM,
AM/FM, stereo, cond., $31K, 718-6640 sunroof $5,800. Call
tiues, $7,500. Nissan 06' Frontier/Ni- 334- 793-0677.
334-685-4218. smo,. V, Automatic, 4 Chevy 00 Blazer 4x4 LX, l
wheel drive, all power, white, 4 door, auto,
tow package..35,300k Dully
Ford '02F-150,4D,125K miles. $16,700.334-685 fullyloaded, CD 100K
mi, AT, PS, Tilt, Cruise, 7207 or 850-260-9424 miles runs great, very
PW/D. Good Condition. nice, almost new condi-
$5,000. 850-209-2000 Nissan 04' Frontier XE tion. $5000. 334-598-
Ford,'01 F1504DRpLT truck silver, bedliner, 9068 or 334-477-3325 1Hummer '07 H3,
V on, 76K T cd, 5 spd manual, 4-cyl, Chevy'93 K Bla $24,900 Red, 10,500
V8 Triton, 76K, Tow pwr pkg, lots of extras $Che4 093K1500B aRed 0
pkg. True workhorse! 46K mi $9,900; 850-594: er 4X4,156K miLoaded miles, Red Black
$12,000. 850-215-1338 4921 v msg w/every option avail.1 Leather Seats, Chrome
Sooner. Excel.Cond. Brush Guard, Larger
Ford '02 F250 Ext. cab Nissan '07 Titan 5.6 LE $3,200 850-557-6866 Tires than Stock, 4x4,
4WD, 7.3 Diesel, Mint with king cab. I owner. Call 334-685-3463
Condition black, all Leather. Loaded, 13,500 "' .......
leather, lots of extras, miles. $24,000.334-794- i fT,
$16K OBO 334-685-3832 8295. before 10am or Iv.
Classifieds have what mess. 334-648-0780.
you are looking for. Nissan '06 Titan SE 73K
Ford 04 F150 Fx4, Super burgundy, king cab,4
Super c CD, 68K mi door, tow package,
Cab, 6-disc CD, 68K mi., loaded. $11,000. work
$15,500, Call (334) 897- 598-3874 cell 726-9500 Jeep '00 Cherokee Sport
0582 Chevy '01 Tahoe LT, 4-D 2WD 131k miles
Ford '02 FI5 Lariat, En- TOYOTA '01 Tacoma 128k mi., sun roof, Ithr. $4500 West Main Car
Foard0 1a x n Double Cab, AT, V-6,4 3rd seat, heated seats, Sales. 1862 West Main
tra Cab, tool box, new WD. 108,700mi $12,000. TV, ALL power, new St Dothan. 334-699-5880
factory trans. l8K ml., 334-596-8986/794-2956. tires, fact. wrrnty. -
runs gret. $8500 B-9 --$9,800 OBO. 678-350- Jeep '01"Cherokee, 4x4,
Call (334) 596-9966 -- -- ---- ----442 cold AC & CD player, -
Frd- 'nn F-15 La riat7.:.:. -. -.. '1"' -. runs great, new paint,


with brush guard. 103k
mi. $7,900. Call 334-693-
5454, leave message.






Ford '03 F-150 Lariat,
4x4, Leather, Supernew,
4 doors, off road pack-
age, Loaded! $15,600.
Call 334-797-7178.




Ford '05 F150. Pick-
up. stone, Auto.
8-cyl. 2 WD. 15,500,
excellent condi-
tion. Loaded,
$14,000. Call 334-
793-4930.








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

I owBY
IOwner.


Chevy '00 Tahoe, LT, $5500 OBO, Call (334)
4x4, black w/tan leath- 701-3974
er. 145K, winch & brush
guard. $8,900 OBO 793- Jeep '05 Grand Chero-
9130 or 205-907-0861 kee, automatic, A/C,.
________ CO. extra vflean


Toyota '00 Tacoma Pre- .
runner ext. cab, brush W n m t
guard, tool box, new all ----
tires, great shape. 121K
mi. 334-671-3635. Chevy '05 Tahoe,
White, leather, CD,
*V4i- .3rd Row, on-star/
XM, 2WD, 40,500
-.m T i miles, very clean,
$18,500, Call 334-899-
1.7099. .
Chevy '03 Trailblazer
LT, seats 8, exc. condi-
Toyota '06 Tacoma tion. 14,000 actual mi.,
silver, auto. 6 cyl. 4 WD. orig. price. $36,000, ask-
29,000, Loaded, power ing $14,800. 334-333-
brakes, power steering, 1685
CD, AC, AM/FM, stereo,
runs well, low miles, Eddie Bauer '04 Expedi-
.very clear warranty, tion, blue. Captain
Like new. $23,900.Call chairs, 107K mi. $10,500
334-475-3600. OBO 334-673-0823.
Ford '03 Excursion Ed-
die Bauer. 2WD. Excel-
lent condition. Fully
loaded. Must sell.
S$9.800.850-956-4748.
Ford '07 Explorer Eddie
Bauer, V6, 3rd row seat,
asking $20,975 obo, Call
34-797-4576
Toyota '02 Tacoma'SR5,
Ext. Cab. Must be refin- GMC'02 Sierra LTS, bur-
anced loan balance gundy,loaded, 327 Vo-
$12,000.86k mi., exc. tex, ext cab,100lK
cond. Call 334-475-1785. $12,500.OBO or take
over payments (334)
Toyota'99 Tacoma 4X4 372-4822
single cab 4 cyl. auto,
31/1050 all terrian tires. Honda '06 Element, 20k
120k, $9,000 OBO. 334- miles, $19,400. OBO
685-7207; 850-258-3018 334-793-5621


$18,500. 334-792-0645.
Jeep 01' Grand Chero-
kee Laredo, cream col-
or, bug shield, side vis-
ors, roof rack, clean in-
side & out. 97k miles
runs great. $6500.850-
547-5292
Jeep '05 Rubicon,
$18,500, V6, auto., AC,
46K mi., new BFGoo-
drich All Terrain tires,
(334)699-8668, 803-5910
Jeep '03 Wranger, very
hice! khaki, soft top,
AC, AT, over-drive, tilt,
4.0 4WD, tow pkg. run-
ning boards, CD, full
doors, new tires & bat-
tery, 39,400 mi. $13,800
obo. Paul 850-482-7490
Jeep '91 Wrangler, 4 cyl.
good shape, new top,
Rhino bed line sprayed
inside, $6500, Call (334)
726-0219






Jeep '97 Wrangler.
New red paint job
SUV. 5-spd. 4-cyl. 4 WD.
100,000 mi., power
brakes, pbwer steering,
CD, A/C, AM/FM, runs
well. Great cond. $6200,
334-693-2099.


Ford '05 F-150 Super- -- n i uOl o
cab XLT. Silver, auto
8 cyl. 2WD, 22700k
mi, loaded, like new,
$15,900. LineX bed-
liner, custom bed
cover, Non smoker.
334-222-0737
Ford '03 F250 Super- R EE i LDnKIE
crew V-10 gas Triton -
motor, Centennial Ford
addition, Black, FX4
wh. dr. Lariat. 145K mi.
well maintained
$15,000. 229-308-0259.
Ford '97 F150 XLT Super .
Cab, Triton V-8, dia-
mond plate tool box,
exc. cond., $6900, 334- r Chrvsier Joeep Mitsubishi
714-4210 or 677-6007
Ford '92 Ranger XLT,6 a Used Car Supercenter
ng, s. $2750. 33nul4-798- Service Center Parts & Accessories

Ford'04 XLT Super Cab, C Y S L E
towing pkg., bed liner, *||irl "
tool box, 53K miles,
15,000, Call(334)794- 850-785-4372 888-403-8998
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NOTICE OF
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JEEP '90 YJ HT 5-spd
6 cyl4WD3" Lift/ NOTICE is hereby given
Lockers$14,000. that pursuant to a writ
Invest Sale $7,999 of execution issued in
334-673-0088. the County Court of
I IJackson County, Flori-
Land-Rover'99 Range da, on the 14th day of
Rover HSE 4.6, fully August 2008 in the
loaded, 95K mi., $7,200 cause wherein First
OBO Call (334) 797-0768 Union National Bank of
Florida was plaintiff
.,and Jack R. Skakel is
** R l the defendant, being
Case Number 90-
06474CO50.
Mercury'99 MT. Dk. I, John P. McDaniel As
Blue w/greyleather, Sheriff of Jackson
sunroof, 89K. Loaded. County, Florida have
Great cond. $5900, 334 levied upon all the
687-4494. right, title, and interest
of the defendant, Jack
j, '-2,,"--.'/-u- R. Skakel in and t0 the
,' ? following to-wit:
L~ ot 12 Block AC, Cor-
o -" i reacted Plat of Compass
Lake Hills Unit TWO, ac-
cording to the Plat
thereof, as recorded in
Plat Book A-4, pages
Nissan'07 Armada, 111A through 115A, in-
Black/tan, oil changes clusive of the Public Re-
& warranty, $26,500, cords of Jackson Coun-
Call Jeff 334-701-8303 or ty Florida. Parcel # R
Lacy 334-701-6020. 02-2N-11-0083-10AC-
NISSAN ARMADA'05


SPORT UTILITY
VEHICLES
Jeep '08 Wrangler Sa-
hara 4x4, 7,900 mi, hard
top & soft top, towing
pkg., black, khaki int.,'
$23,500, 334-685-0653



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Cindy Willis Steve Hurst
Broker/Owner Realtor
850-573-1543
"Building Success One
Client at a Time"
P.O. Box 190, Greenwood, FL 32443
Office: 850-594-7806
Fax: 850-594-7805 Cell: 850-209-1283
Email Cindy@SunriseNorthwest.com
www.sunrisenorthwest.com


fully loaded even onavi- another 27th dayof Crcle
gatton 85k miles. Need October, 2008, 'at the
payoff $18,000 Jackson County Sher-
(334)695-4965. iff's Office, 4012 La-
Nissan'02 Pathfinder fayette Street, Marian-
SE. Loaded w/optieons na, Florida, County of 2215 SF brick home w3 2 u T ......, h.a 10
Excellent cond. $12,000. Jackson, State of Flori- baths Flooring includes: ergowood, ceramic tile &
334-447-0053 da, at the hour of 9:30 carpet* Updated kitchen & much more! #08-1256
a.m., or soon thereaf-
Nissan '04 Xterra, 64K ter, I will offer for sale r5113ct
mi.,4x4,AT,$9,800 all the said defendant, M3796 GALILLEE RD, GRACVILLE. Picturesque
OBO,334-983-4446 Jack R. Skakel's right, McPherson, Horse farm on 31 secluded acres. This Turn-key
title, and interest in the Alford farm has a great 3 bedroom 3 bath brick home
Nissan'06' Xterra S, said property, at public with 2896 under roof. The horse barn has 10 stalls
black, V6, auto 33k outcry and will sell the all with automatic horse waterer's 2X6 pressure
miles $16,580 334-300- same, subject to prior qc tvei ,,r ,,t c i ,gi3 t al tomato equic pla. Thoe watrc hoeris X 4 press
miles $16,500 334-300- same, subject to prior t ns wup aa r ..3 L- ri hs. treated stall construction, double roll up doors -w-
8102 leave message.- .iens, encumbrances, acres 38R/2B 3outbuildinlsl#07-1982 baked on metal exterior. 24X36 feed/tack. barn,
tand judt ments, if any, :T .' concrete floors, tack-up area, concrete wash rack,
t bidders for CASH, the round pen, lighted arena, cross fenced pastures,
5 .proceesdsto rbe applied I D and a pond. Will divide. MLS #08-892 $445,000
S as far as may be to the 3124
payment of costs and
the satisfaction of the Fourth St.,
above-described execu- Marianna
Toyota '004 Runner tion.
LTD, Hunter green, tan In Accordance with the
leather, loaded, excel- American with disabili- LARGE 2 story home 2751 +/- sq ft. *3 bedrooms & 2.5
lent condition $8500 ties act, persons with baths Master bedroom on main floor Kitchen w/center
080850-445-5767 disabilities needing island Formal living & dining room* #08-1203

ta ia ae rticipate in this 5287 Cliff 1230 UNDERWOOD RD, GRACEVILLE. Fantastic
Spro.ceeding should con- Street, Buy oh a turn-key dairy farm. Updated double 10
Atac the A.D.A. coordi- Gracev lle milking parlor with two milk tanks (1500 gal total).
o. afar telephone Brand new (348x40) free stall barn for 199 cow
*< rumoer 850-482-9624 m a capacity with feed alley. New 96x50 Storage barn.
E I 103 not later than Up to date equip plan. The brick home is a 4 bed-
Sit.tn (7) days prior to polwoSFuatuedhome'3edams0thl'Ocnielc round room 2/T bath home with great large rooms. The
rhe proceiieding s. If o inolOther eaturmcude:ceramictwle, bmw t ri eplandforma1213 house is tastefully landscaped with a wonderful
rearing impaired, ingroomwitaidoW1 -0-1213J variety of fruit trees. MLS#08-1268 $525,000.
Toyota'04, 4-Runner (TDI) 1-800-955-8770, 12806
SR5 Silver. Excellent via the Florida Relay Cottonwood Rd.,
condition. 67K miles. Service. Cott0owoiod, A.
Electric, leather, Spoil-
er, $17,000 obo. 334- DATED: October 1, 2008 '




BY: Linda J. Cowan Dnrie. Ch pley 576+ FORT RD, GREENWOOD OAK PARK
LF14310 MOBILE' HOME PARK. Tired of low interest on
y l your money? Grest investmentpncome producing
Toyota '014 Runner SR- SECTION 000101[ s, .,. property. Excellent rental history.Includes 7 owned
52.. moave o 'a 'O' mobile homes, three rented spaces and room for
52-WD $8700.112k ADVERTISEMENT. ,,.,.....n.,..,.....,,,'...., .,,.,,l. i two additional mobile homes. MLS 08-329
miles. West Main Car FOR BIDS $250,000.
Sales W. Main StreetayO R ALL an ON
Dothan. 334-699-5880 PROJECT NAME: St.
Paul-Campbellton Area
M URecreational Complex 1l 5

Toyota'07 Sequoia,irview
Gray,2 WD. 42k mi. Sealed bids, submitted Rd., Marianna
Loaded, moon roof, in triplicate,.will be re-
Jeather, DVD entmt ceived by the Town of wp o v o o
system, warranty. Campbe/Iton, Florida,
Great cond. $25,000. (Owner), until 2:00 *1733SFUPDATEDhome*3Bedrooms&2Baths*6.16acres DEERWOOD DRIVE, MALONE. Bring the
334-726-4818;797-5083. p.m., I o c a I i m e, with (2) fish ponds *large barn/pavilion #08-1816 Family 3/2 brick home on 5 acres with room
November 10, 2008 at to grow, 2004 sq.ft. h/c & 3262 sq.,ft. under
Toyota'01 Sequoia, the office of: roof. This great home features a large screened
limited edition, tan Town of Camobellton 3310 Hwy 1I2. in back porch (17x12) for relaxing and (17x15)
leather interior, sun- 5283 Hwy. 231 Marianna bonus family room. The cheerful country
roof, 109k miles $9,000 Campbellton, F132426 kitchen-w-center Island and large pantry opens
334-794-6130 -into the formal dining room with a bay window.
= The huge living room has a cozy wood burning
ANS for the construction of *7.74 acres-2 bedrooms & 2 bath MH *2 fish ponds fireplace. Great for entertaining, there is a large
Project: on property* Pole barn w/electricity #07-2204 in ground pool & BBQ area. A workshop/hobby
barn (20x40) is included and could be convert-
.'f. w Construction of a rest- 2960 Chase Way, ed to a nice horse barn or apartment. $185,000
ro._,,_,- 'rom-concession facili-Maranna
A ,softball field and multi-
,strails. Project
ncldes ite clearing-
/grubbing/grading. *lstinJacksg Co. Ceredlergy SlarHomehm2743sq.ft
*,Addional acreageuavailable-4bedrooms & 3 bahsCentralVacurp
Chry Town & Country Beginning Wednesday, System .TanklessGasWalftesealer.Graniute ,uneops*#0-629
'01LXI, Loaded,79kmi. October 29th, plans,
$6995 West Main Car specifications, and con- 4862 Dogwood Of
Sales.1862 West Main tract documents will be Marianna L
StDothan. 334-699-5880 open to public inspec-
tion at the office listed
Want to sell above or may be ob-
Wanttlabvedoma806 HOOD AVE. Fantastic deal! 3 bedroom 2 bath
your automobile? tained from: *1350 /- sq.ft. 3 bedrooms & 1.5 baths*1.20 +/- acre lot home on 2.5 acres in Compass Lake In the Hills
Place a David H. Melvin Con- *fencebackyardOwnerfinancingavailable*#08-742 that features open vaulted ceilings in the living
Classic Ad outing Engineers roo with an enormous rock fireplace.This home
Today! 4428 Lafayette Street, has an open floor plan and nice large bedrooms.
Today P.O. Box 840 Enjoy relaxing on the large(760 sq ft)screened-in
Marianna, Florida 1Swrap-around porch that overlooks the pond on the
32447 1nI property. Wildlife galore! CLH amenities!
1(850) 482-3045 $189,500
upon payment of $50Rge
per set which amount
constitutes the cost of
reproduction and han-
dling. This payment Upgraded 2BR/1BA home
will not be refunded. Great starter or rental property- Priced to sell!
#08-1650
Dodge'01 Grand Cara- The Owner reserves70.,
von ES, red, Van.Auto. the right to waive any 709 Blue Jay
6-cl. 2 WD. 112.Kmi. informalities or to re- "'Ave.,


miles, Loaded, Power
brakes, Power steering,
CD, A/C, AM/FM, ste-
reo, runs well, leather
int. very clean, $5,200.
Call 334-347-0496.
Dodge '99 Caravan, V6,
jazzy 1113 power chair
& a Harmar power
ramp inside. $5000, call
Ella Elliot H: 334-793-
7475, C: 334-797-5693






Ford '01 Windstar LX,
3.8L, V6, auto OD trans,
7 pass., dual sliding
doors, PW/D/L, Cruise,
black w/gray cloth in-
ter. 140K miles, well
maint, $3,950.00 850-
557-2875


Ford '01 Windstar Sel.
Van. Green, Auto. 6-cyl.
2 WD. 98,500, great con-
dition. Loaded, $5,700.
334-671-9879.
Ford '07 E150 Cargo
van. Contractor ready
warranty, key less
entry, $15,500 OBO 334-
796-8174.
GMC '02 Savana work
van. w/Bins & Ladder
rack. $7,500. OBO 334-
793-6305
GMC '98 Safari Van,
7pass, V6, AT, AC, Rear.
Air, Very clean, Exe-
cond.. 118K mi. $3,500.
334-677-7748/803-3058
KIA -'02 Sedona. Mini-
van. 136,000, great con-
dition. Loaded, new
tires, sunroof, leather
int. $5250. 334-477-3051.
PLYMOUTH -'98 Grand
Voyager Expresso.
142,000 mi,
good cond.,
$2,750. 850-547-3391.


ject any or all bids.Maranna
Each Bidder must de-
posit with his/her bid,
focuriandsubject to the 3 bedrooms & 2 baths* 1745 sq.ft.* Pole barn

conditions provided in & outbuilding Master suite w/walk in closet *
the Information for Bid- Family room w/gas log fireplace* MLS#08-1580
obtaining bonds must WA
appear as acceptable Woodge
according to the Dew y, Mil
. apartment of Treasury
Circular 570.

N o bid m ay b e w ith- :i ,'r .3 ,tr,:,,.,, *[. r ,t , ), ,s,..- N .o
drawn for a period of over looks Indian Springs golf course *'#07-1620
ninety days after the41
scheduled closing timeI
for receipt of bids. Meddaale. RiI.,
IN PARTICULAR, BID- Matna
DERS SHOULD NOTE ''
THE REQUIRED AT-
T A C H M E N T S A N D C E R i ' t n l i., i.. t -tr,, i ,,-,in- r hI..n. ,h. i ., ,
TIFICATIONS TO- BE family toomw/lKeplace 2 cargarage &0outbuildinglTeirmittebond#08-'8l 5
EXECUTED AND SUB-
MITTED WITH THE I i I
FORM OF BID PROPOS- I I
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ouo5u ruR DuRD uREENW .u r o n4.ii
wonderful country home on 4.32
acres.Exceptionally nice 4/2 roomy double wide
with many extras. Starting with the kitchengreat
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 for autos. $128,000


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 area. Price reflects new
carpet/flooring, new paint and stove. $141,000.
II[:iam C l


3004 Chase 812 HIGHWAY 71, MARIANNA, FL Quaint home
Way. in the country on a beautiful 1,34 acres. Don't let
Marianna the age fool you, this home has been updated
new central h/c, new roof, nice kitchen, new
5 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) V2 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
S. ,water. The property is exceptionally nice.
Circle. .


floors ADove ground pool Nice cabinets in kitchen
#08-1279
3623 Greenfield
Rd., Marianna


S. I .. .1 ,,,, h ,.. rh, n 3BR/2B garage'w/insulated
door Crown molding, base board, vaulted ceilings, hard wood &
lile flooring Baths w/collured marble countertops #08-1103
|I'??VA Jilij hii ;{H:M :l t j ] 1:/i.g k ,i.'.i] '


I.I. [kL Ktr.I..PLCE run RUUM Nl: "UP/itII InI
a beautiful country setting. 26 plus acres of
rolling grassy fields, with Heritage oaks dotting
the countryside. Great views and terrific building
sites. Very Nice New homes in this area. Deed
restricted to 1800 sq./ft. h/c Owner/agent.
Owner financing available with 10% down.
$205,000.


Tims& Patsy

Broker Owner/Realtor

Call Us For All Your
Real Estate Needs


(850) 209-3595
tsapp@earthlink.com
4257 W. Lafayette
Marianna, Florida 32446
(850)526-5260-Office
(850)526-5264-Fax
www.floridashowcaserealty.com






WATERFRONT! ON COMPASS LAKE. 225 ftet
Iromtage 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 lainp. A i'clat buy @'
$349,000! MLS# 08-1585





45 ACRES OF GOOD CROP LAND currently in
peanuts. Please view photos. North Jackson County
I'arn coni with deeded 40 ft. eiasemeient. Priced to sell
quick @ $125,000! Bring all OfferIs! MLS# 08-1603


NICE 3/1.5 BRICK HOME IN THE COUN-
TRY. Nice big yard with detached carport and
harn in the back-yard. Beautiful property. Great
house tor first limtte buyer. Living room & kitchen
open floor plan. Screened front porch. Extra roomrn
could be used as bedroom, den, office, etc. One
acre, ONLY $99,900! MLS# 08-960






UNPACK & MOVE IN! Very clean 3/2 DW on
nice lot on Ashleigh Avenue. Grand Ridge. New
carpet, new vinyl. Big front & back deck. All elec-
tric. On a deed restricted lot. Separate living room.
separate den w/fireplace. Bring all offers! Seller
wvill give a 3 day cruise for 2 upon the purchase of
this properly! ALL THIS FOR ONLY $79,900!
MLS# 08-1335


IMMACULATE 4/2 Doublewide on I acre. paved
'tree. Completely updated. All new appliances, all new
carpet. all new lile. New paint. New front deck. new
skirting. All like new. 5 minutes from town. Recent FHA
approval. $79,900! MLS# 08-554








IIKE NEW COZY 2/1 on paved siree in Alford. Sits
on a nice lol with large pecan irees. All new hardy board
siding. New lianitate Allowance for new appliances w ill
be given at closing. Metal roof. insulated windows. All
this ror only $87,500! MLS# 08-1365






BARGAIN! Come see this like new 3/3 DW. Metal
I i" TT. .. i ;: ;.. 1:rit design. Large front
Sr I ..I II .. I ,. h beautiful inground
pool with new liner and fence. Ready for entertain-
ing or relaxing! 6 miles from W8,d-Mart. Possible
Owner Finance. All for,$89,900! MILS# 08-1657


SECLUDED HOME on 3.8 acres in Grand Ridge area close to 1-10. This
like nor 4/3 home comes with fireplace. ood laitnate flooring.
Beautiful kidney shaped gunnite/iall waiter pool w/scrcened-mi enclosure.
Attached 2 car carlpo.r 241h6 nice outside building compliments the
home. Lo olf tres. All for onl) $289.110). ,IlS #08-1748






BEAUTIFUL ROLLING ACREAGE just ininules out of
Marianna. Prcstigions new wooden I etncc. tol of highway &
county graded road frontage. Creek in property. small deep
pond. 50/50 pastune & wooded. $395,000. MI.S# 08-1724

150ACRESNEAR(COTTONDALEon.l ,
10 & ObCer Road. Count Graded Road i
Fronaigeon both.1Splitispropcrly3 wa,.
E\cellenl d\telidpnient or good lart n
sitential. $599,250. IMES#08-1621
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SIECI.lUDEDSARES whill very nice lane doublewide just
ininutes floil Maitiaminll, 3BR/2 fill baths. laige utility arooim.
spearate living I oi l/den. Master bcdlootn wh ilirplaci-
I large oaks. RV building. 2 other ilsidte loiagie buildings.
All on a paed lrct 1or o) t$115,900! MIS#0 1-1314







IBEIOW REIENTI' APPRAISAl.! Nice 1407ff 2 bed-
roomi 2 bath irobile ioit on 3/4 acre. NiceI Yard. Large
Shadle trees. High & d'y lal. Inside & Oiu Inmmaculatc!
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Tim & Patsy Sapp
Broker/Owner
(850) 209-3595


Ora Mock, GRI
Broker Associate
(850) 526-9516


Lisa Rees Bridgett Watterson
Realtor Realtor
(850) 573-1127 (850) 693-0487

4257 Lafayette Street,
Marianna, FL
(850) 526-5260-office
www.floridashowcaserealty.com


Excellent Locationt Great visibility and highway frontage comes
with this commercial building Approx. 1000 SF. Needs com-
plete renovation (roof. electrical update. etc.) In Downtown
Contondalctie #08-912 $20.000. Call TIm or Paltsy.


Investment Opportunty! Long term rental history with
this commercial office building. Located across street from
the FDOT. Convenient to everything Price to sell @
$79,900. #08-43 Call Tim or Patsy,

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2608 Mashburn Road. Marianna New construction.
3/2 home under construction. Plans are in the office.
Vinyl sided with city water. Buyer can pick up to 3 col-
ors Interior paint -#07-2347 "Call Usa.







Unit 6. Lot 33. Sunny Hills. FL 0.57 acre lot in Sunny
Hills. 2957 #08-1007 Call Lisa or Bridgett

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Unit II. Lot 16. Sunny Hills. FL 0.27 acre lot in Sunny
Hills. #08-I006. Call Lisa or Bridget.







Unit 6. Lot 26, Sunny Hills, FL 0 57 acre lot in Sunny
Hills. #08-1008. Call Usa or Bridgeti.


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






TEN ACRES-Imnmaculate 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
burning FP RV hook-up Storage bldg Storm indoimvs.
Vaulted ceilings. Back half of property is wooded "Ovner
Ready To Movei" #08-1035 $99,900. Call Ora Mock.


In Wahlngton Couny'. Suntny fills. Fl. Nice
Suibdivison North Il P'anana Citv and the beaches. In
area of new BtHa0 Countv Airporl. Restrictions, A-2964
08-11(11 $15.500





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Ilickorv' Nut Drive. Marianna. FI Nice lot has all
amenities of CLII. camp sites, cabins, norse back
riding, swimming. boating and etc. Restrictions -
NO MOBILE IIOMLS A2963 MLS#08-1099
$15,500


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

P f 3 GRAND RIDGE
15 S acres on H. 69S (Porter
Ave.) In cily limits.
SAdjoining property to South
is in county and zoned
5-e rmixed-use. Electric fence
S' where cattle used to graze.
Old homesite has'septic and
city water. Cily sewer lines
will be installed in future.
Some pine and oak trees.
#2972 08-1270 $140,000










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In Washington County, Sunny Hills, FI. Nice Subdivision
North of, Panama City and the beaches. In area of new Bay
.County Airport. Restrictions. A-2964 08-1101 $15,500


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


Hickory Nul Drive. Marianna. Fl. Nice lot has all amenities
of CLFI, camp sites, cabins. horse back riding, swimming.
, boating and etc Restrictions NO MOBILE HOMES, A2963
MLS#08-1099 $15,500


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 CA1,L LISA.


418I WOODBERRY KOAD, IVIARIANNA
3/2 Home built in 2007. Has vaulted living room
ceiling. Kitchen has beautiful oak stain on cabi-
nets. 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


3343 Ol l0 LiS R.' .N), Il tit as.'
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 cov-
ered 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 CALL.
LISA


4715 SHEFFIELD DRIVE Country Club Hills
Unit II. Pristine home in A-1 condition. Great
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built and energy efficient! Call us! $289,900


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absolute "must see!" Ask for Gina. $495,000


939 ANDERSON RD Greenwood. Located just
north of Greenwood off Hwy. 71. Nice brick
home, acre lot, barn: lots of fruit trees.
$134,900


407 PUTNAM S 18ake a IOOK- you'll Ibe
pleasantly surprised!! Home in great condition
plus large corner lot, shop and a large wooden
2308T vi.oR Rn, COYrroNnDAt,,FL32431 I deck. $169,900
Nice 3/1.5 Brick Home in the country. Nice
big yard with detached carport and barn in the
back yard. Beautiful properly. Great house for
a first time buyer. Living room and kitchen
open floor plan. Screened front porchl. Extra
room could be used as bedroom, den. office, 1 I
etc. #08-960 CALL LISA


PRIVATE AND SECLUDED landscaped 3.64 acres surounds his 3 bed.
room, 2 bath home with stone Fireplace and cathedral ceiling in living room.
screened back porch for relaxrs in the cool evenings and enjoy nature
Located in Falling Waters Park. Golf Course area. MLS 08-811
$189,900.


LOVELY OVERSIZED MOBILE HOME on 5 acres nalf of acreage is
cleared and is perfect for gardening. Home has 3 bedmoms 2 baiths. oversized
eat-in kitchen. washer/dryer. sto\e with micro-wale and office/sittlling room
neIl to master bedroom. Metal storage building, pecan trees. fil trees and
grape Mnes.MLS08-1196 $135,000.


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acres. Located only 3 miles north of Marianna & only 15 miles from the
site of the new proposed Country Crossings, with approx. 1/2 mile high-
way frontage.This property would be any developers dream considering
the new Country Cmosings will employee over 4000 people that are
going to need somewhere to live. CALL FOR DETAILS MLS #08-852





TRACT 1 PITTMAN HILL RD, MARIANNA, FL This property offers
several beautiful homes site on it & is appromx 1 mile from Compass Lake
in the Hills. There are a total of tracts that are being offered that adjoin
this property It is being offered in 20 acre tracts & is being offered as
a whole for a major pce reduction.Checkh them Out. Call 850-209-8870
for details today MLS# 08-856 thru 08-865





Very nice 3/2 located on approx 1.35 acres One car carport and a shed out
bach Pool liner was replaced within the past 2 years as well as a new motor
in the pool pump, new air conditioner 1 /Iyears ago and new floonng through-
out the home Appiances are all new with flat op stove, side by side refrg-
erator and new dishwasher approx. 2 year ago Owner is motivated, bring
atl offers MLSTO8-1378 S;47,500

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sub. washer and dryer. chain link fencing and lots of smorage space. 2466 DILMORE RD, COTTONDALE, FL
Landscaped with native plants and grape vines ,tLS 08-988 $134,900. 2/2 Home on 6 acres Fronts Dilmore R








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1.07 acre lot* Corner of Hwy 90 & Morga
Hwy 90 OWNER FINANCING' MLS# 0


COUNTlRY LIVING AT IT'S BEST. Bleaifil Itno si ii home sill] 3 bedrini,
h2 bls lkatedil 2 acOs. Hiiei alln irlern irisidnswiilthdobihlieiilsr.iisIl csh-

omn. MLS07.2t50 1m.900.


Home with 3 bedrooms, 2 baihs. misngi and dining rooms nice kuchen and
tmnm ami hk dc.ks, REDUCE0!!! MLS 06-2052 $113.400.


BRILCK IOME Ill ni 3 BEDROOMS. ncu minor ind cmnerin do.r,
ne" c. irch. ,filibg tans. iounlletiop in kitchen, lh lj \snl. Kith rink and coin-
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an Loop High & dry, 396' on
8-1628 S39,000


TBD CANTERBURY DR, MARIANNA, FL
* Lot 3 & 6 are available for S14K each Close to town lust off Hwy 715
*Great lots for land/home package MLS 08-1629 S14,000




TBOWOODBERRY RD. MARIANNA, FL
* Lot 9 in Hill-Dale Estales Located lusl off Pebble Hill Rd
* OWNER FINANCING' MLSI 08.1630 16,000


2891 LAWRENCEVILLE RD, COITONDALE, FL
* 2 3 acres *Located on corner of Lawrencevile & Moore Rd* Could
be spil for 2 home sCes- MLS# 08-185 S41,000




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.n back yard Screened in back porch OWNER FINANCINGI
* 8119,000


Sh537 SF under sool t 3/1 cute home in city limits large yard,
barn rkshopRelocating MUST SELL BRING OFFERS
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