Title: Jackson County Floridan
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Title: Jackson County Floridan
Alternate Title: Sunday Floridan
Floridan
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Jackson County Floridan
Publisher: Chipola Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Marianna, Fla
Publication Date: October 11, 2009
Copyright Date: 2009
Frequency: daily (except saturday and monday)[<1979-1995>]
weekly[ former 1934-<1955>]
daily
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Subject: Newspapers -- Marianna (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jackson County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States of America -- Florida -- Jackson -- Marianna
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
General Note: "Independent."
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028304
Volume ID: VID00135
Source Institution: University of Florida
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 Related Items
Preceded by: Times-courier (Marianna, Fla. : 1947)
Preceded by: Marianna Floridan

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STAFF REPORT
A Cottondale .
man was arrest-
ed Thursday
evemng and
charged with
possession of
chemicals used
to make Yohn
methampheta- B xt
mine. According ra on .
to a news release from the Jackson
County Drug Task Force, a traffic
stop was conducted Thursday.
A narcotics detection canine
alerted ort the vehicle, according to
the news release. The car .was
searched and three bottles of
iodine, two canisters of sodium
hydroxide-containing lye and

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Braxton, 38, of Cottondale, had
purchased the items, according to
the news release. Braxton was
charged with possession of listed
chemical used to manufacture
meth and taken to the county jail.
The Jackson County Drug Task
Force is a combined effort of the
Cottondale, Graceville and
Marianna policedepartments, the
Florida Department of Law
Enforcement and the Jackson
County Sheriffs Office.


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STAFF REPORT
A Marianna resident was
arrested Friday and charged with
possession of crack cocaine, and
several other related offenses,
According to a news release
from the Marianna Police
Department, officers observed a
man yelhng obscemties at pass-
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I..0iterer held

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STAFF REPORT
A man found at a Marianna park
after dark was detained oil an out-
standing Alabama warrant.
According to a news release
from the Marianna Pohee
Department, officers observed sev-
eral individuals at the Wynn Street
park after hours. The individuals
were contacted, and while perform:
ing checks on their names, police
discovered one had an arrest war-
( f on2counu aren
was held on a fugitive froni justice
charge and transported to the coun-
ty jail. The news release did not
state what the charge was on the
Alabama wanant.


LOud music stop .
ends in trip tojail
STAFF REPORT
A Chipley resident stopped by
police Saturday for loud music in
his car ending up spending time
in jail. According to a Marianna
Police Departmerit news release,
police stopped a vehicle driven
by Kelvin Jaquez Mack, 23, oh
Lafayette Street.
While running a check on his
license, police leaned it had been
revoked. Mack was charged with
driving while license suspended
or revoked as an habitual traffic
offender. He was taken to the
county jail to await his first
appearance in court.


, .
Robert Williams works on keeping the Marianna Wal-Mart Super Center clean Tuesday night. -
Mark Skinner / Floridan
Williams' job at Wal-Mart not
only sustains him financially, it
also led to romance, marriage and
the start of a family.
He met his wife there after she
started working iIi the produce
department. He teasingly called
her the "banana lady" when they
exchanged greetings in the morn-
ings, and eventually they began
dating.
. They man ied more than a year
ago, and have a daughter who
will celebrate her first birthday
next month. The couple owns
their home, another goal
Williams' Wal-Mart job helped .
them reach.

.Mickey Gilmore, Wal-Mart
Mana er, accepted the
Em 10 er o the Year Award
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from the State of Florida on
Oct. 1st. He is seen with
Agency for Persons with ',
Disabilities Director Jim
DeBeaugrine. I
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STAFF REPORT
a House fires Friday and
Saturday have left two Jackson
County families relying on Red
Cross assistance for temporary
shelter.
According to a news release
from the Central Panhandle chap-
ter of the Red Cross, the Saturday
morning fire struck at 2870
Flamingo Lane.
The home, owned by Patricia
Miller, was described as a total
loss. No one was injured.
On Friday afternoon, a home at
2977 Jefferson Street sustained
major damage due to a fire.
The home is owned by the
Morales family; no injuries were
reported.
This home on Jefferson Street in
Marianna suffered severe dam-
age in a fire Friday. Mark
Skinner / Floridan


BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER .
Robert Williams clocks in at
the Wal-Mart Super Center in
Marianna around 10 p.m. and
labors until 7 a.m. each work day,
buffing floors and doing other
things to keep the store clean for
customers.
He's worked there six years,
and will celebrate his 7th Wal-
Mart anniversary.next June.
For Williams, employment
opportunities might not have
been as plentiful as, for others.
He has a slight learning disabili-

"I just learn a little slower, is
all," Williams explained. "I
always think positive, I don't let
anything like_ ih:a stop me. You
can't think negative. I'm the type
that believes anybody can accom-
plish anything if they put .their
minds to it. If you have a disable
ity or not, you can always do bet-
ter. There's always someone
worse off than you are, that's how
I see it. I've been living that
motto from day one."
Wal-Mart in Marianna current-
ly employs 10 people with vari-
ous disabilities. Manager Mickey
Gilmore said he didn't even know
that number until the Agency for
Persons With Disabilities called
his store and told him it had won
an Employer of the Year award. It
was one of only eight businesses
so honored across the state.
"I was very honored and proud,
and it was a real big deal; but to
tell you the truth, I didn't know
(how many) because we don't
keep a record like that. I never
thought about it that way; we just
look at anyone that comes across,
if they can do the job," Gilmore
said
He had high praise for
Williams.
"Robert has a g'ood personality
and he's a good worker. Most of
the ttimej peeoplepjlust wantd
some people work liaider and are
more conscientious because,
when they' finally get a job, they
feel more indebted to be here on
time and on task," Gilmore said.
"I know we have a good person in
Robert and in the rest of our
workforce, including.the disabled
among them."
Gilmore went to pick up the
award in person at a ceremony
held recently at the Tallahassee
City Hid1. The store was nomi--
nated for the award by Jackson
County Association for Retarded
Persons.
JCARC, through its Personnel
of Northwest Florida division,
provides employment support for
Robert Williams and many others
m the community.
Williams' work ethic caught
the attention of the agency, and
he will be featured soon in one of
a series of articles being pub-
lished for the agency to highlight
the achievements of various dis-
abled people in the Big Bend
region- .


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Publisher Valdria Roberts
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Managing Editor- Mictutel Becker
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Circulation Manager Dena Oberski
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Telephone: (850) 526-3614
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P.O. Box Ma7adn L 32447
Street Address:
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Marianna, i'L 32446
office Hours:
Weekdays,8a.m.to5p.m
1VIiSS VOur paper?
Your should receive your news-
paper no later than 6 a.m., but if for
some reason it does not arrive call
the Floridan's customer service rep-
resen vesay d a8da.7 1 m,
on Sunday. The Jackson County
Floridan (USPS 271-840) is pub-
lished Tuesday through Friday and
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Subscription
RateS
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month; $32.83 for three months;
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for one year. All prices include appli-
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Mail subscriptions are: $46.12 for
three months; $92.24 for six
months; and $184.47 for one year.
Advertising

pu1 eh advsertiser r sliahbat.the
damages arising out of errors and
advertisements beyond the amount
paid for the space actually occupied
by that portion of the advertise-
mt eirNs e reir oduoecc chde
negligence of the publisher's
employees or otherwisee, and there

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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 t ur
ge yO.
news published
The Jackson County Floridait will
publishnewsofgeneralinterestfree
of charge. Submit your news or
Community Calendar events via e-
mail, fax, mail, or hahd delivery.
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announcements. Forms are avail-
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Photographs must be of good qual-
ity and suitable for print. Jhe
Floridan reserves the right to edit all
submissions.


Jefferson- St., Marianna. Cost: $15 per per-
son, due in advance. Reservations required;
call 526-4005. Registration closes at 5 p.m.,
twd days before class.
The Chipola Regional Workforce
Development Board Career Council meets at
10 a.m. in the community room of the
Workforce board offices, irl Marianna. An
Executive Committee meeting follows at 11
a.m. Call 800-382-5164.
The regular meeting of the Jackson
County School Board is at 4 p.m. in the board
room of the JCSB offices. No workshop this
month due to fall break. Call 482-1200.
Jackson County NAACP meets at 5:30
p.m. the third Thursday of the month, at 2880
Orange St. (behind Bryant Enterprises). Call
482-3766 or 569-1294.'
Alcoholics Anonymous meets Thursdays
for a "closed discussion," 8 to 9 p.m., at the
First United Methodist Church, 2901
Caled.onia St., Marianna. Meet in the AA
room. Attendance is limited to persons with a
desire to stop drinking.

October 16 Friday
Term C classes at Chipola College begin
with late registration 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Term C
Classes meet from Oct. 16-Dec. 16. Call 526-
2761, or visit www.chipola.edu.
Sneads High School hosts an alumni
reception for all alumni of SHS, Grand Ridge
High School and Chattahoochee High School,
9-11 4.m. irt the SHS Foyer.
Celebrate Recovery hosts adult and teen
meetings to "overcome hurts, habits and
hang-ups in a safe environment" every Friday
at Evangel Worship Center, 2645 Pebble Hill
Road. Dinner at 6 p.m. (free for first-time
guests); meeting at 7 p.m., with praise and
live worship music, testimonies and fellow-
ship. Child care available. Call 209-7856 or
573-1131.
Alcoholics Anonymous has an open meet-
ing Fridays, 8 to 9 p.m., at the First United
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Mariantia. Meet in the AA room.


October 11 Sunday
I Can Grow Inc. presents Fall Farm Days
through Oct. 31 ---- Monday-Saturday, 9 a.m.
to dusk; and Sunday, 1 p.m. to dusk at
Majestic Oak Farm, 2035 Palmview Road in
Cottondale. Daily: Apple bobbing, orchard
tours (school/church groups welcome).
Weekend: Pedal cart rides, fishing, cider mak-
ing demos, barbeque and other vendors,
horse drawn wagon rides ($10; children
under 2 free) and tractor-pulled hay rides ($7;
children under 2 free). Call 352-4879.
Blue Springs Society, Children of the
American Revolution, and the Chipola Junior
American Citizens Club meet at the Caverns
R'oad Church of Christ in .Marianna at 1:30 '
p.m. for a program featuring a film about
Orville and Wilbur Wright; and details on JAC
progritms and contests for this year. Before
the meeting, the C.A.R. Kids Helping Kids
Committee will have a mini bake sale to help
children with cancer. Call 209-4066 or e-mail
SnOOpyxii60@hotmail com.

October 12 Monday
The Sneads Elementary School Advisory
Council meets at 4 p.m. in'the school library.
Free "Quit Smoking Now" classes begin at .
5:30 p.m. arid meet on Monday evenings for
six weeks in.room 104 of the Chipola College
Health Science Building. Class facilitator is
Brigitta Nuccio of Big Bend Area Health
Education Center. Curriculum "is created by
ex-smokers for those who want to become
ex-smokers themselves." Nicotine replace-
ment therapy assistance available for partici-
pants. Call 482-6500 to register.
Alcbholics Anonymous has an open meet-
ing each Monday, from 8 to 9 p.m., at the First
United Methodist Church, 2901 Caledolla St.,
Marianna. Meet in the AA room.

October 13 Tuesday
The Williani Henry Milton Chapter,1039,
United Daughters of the Confederacy meets,
11 a.m. at Jim's Buffet and Grill in Marianna,
for a Dutch-treat lunch followed by the ritual,


and a program, "Confederate Seal." The his-
tory and heritage group welcomes females
descendants of Confederate veterans to meet
the second Tuesday of each month,
September-November and January-May. Call
663-2570 or 482-3477 for reservations.'
The Republican Club of Northwest Florida
meets every second Tuesday of the month, at
noon, at Jim's Buffet and Grill in Marianna.
Call 718-5411.
The Optimist Club of Jackson County
board meets every second Tuesday, at noon,
in the Teen Court office, Danley Building in
Marianna.
Christine Gilbert teaches free quilting, cro-
cheting or knitting classes Tuesdays at 1
p.m., at the Jackson County Senior Citizens
center, 2931 Optimist Drive, Marianna. Call
482-5028.
The Jackson Hospital Board of Trustees
Physician Recruitment Committee meets at
5:30 p.m. in the classroom.
Alcoholics Anonymous has an open meet-
ing Tuesdays, 8 to 9 p.m., at the First United
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna. Meet in the-AA room.

October 14 Wednesday
Chipola College hosts Senior Day, with
approximately 1,000 seniors from area high
schools expected. Call 718-2314, or e-mail
johnsonn@chipola.edu.
Alcoholics Anonymous has an open meet-
ing Wednesdays, noon to 1 p.m., at the First
United Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna. Meet in the AA room.

October 15 Thursday
* Registration forTerm C classes at Chipola
College is 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Term C classes
meet Oct. 16-Dec. 16. Call 526-2761., or visit
www.chipola.edu.
The Jac) Inc. offers the technical and educational
workshop,.Business Plan Development 1, 9
a.m. to noon in the Nearing Court Office
Building Upstairs Conference Room, 2840


William Blackburn, 38,
5965 Highway 2, Bascom,
DUI.
Lataya WIlliams, 26,
1406 Calana Drive,
Jackson, Miss., fugitive
from justice (Mississippt).
-April Conklin, 28, 4761
Watson St., Marianna, fail-
ure to comply with sex
offender requirements.
-Uriel. Lopez, 27, 4990
Poole Lane, Marianna, no
valid driver's license.
-Jeffery Brown, 42,
2373 Sodbval Court,
Alford, DUI.
JAIL POPULATION:
226
To report a crime, call
CrimeSteppers at 526-
5000.
To report a wildlife vio-
IFationi 3c9all2 1-888-404-
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neous escorts, two missing
persons, one
obscene/harassing phone
call, one pedestrian/hitch-
hiker complaint, seven
public service calls, two
retail theft/gas .skips, one
stolen vehicle, one suicide
threat, one suicide attempt,
six suspicious
incident/person/vehicle
complaints, four threats,
six traffic accidents, 20
traffic stops, four trans-
ports, tivo prisoner trans-
ports, one trespassing, one
violation df injunction, one
VIN verification, two war-
rant arrests, one reckless
driver and one stolen tag.
JACKSON COUNTY
CORRECTIONAL
FACILITY
The following people
were booked into the coun-
ty jail during the latest


reporting periods:
-Frank Collins, 24, 4052
Old Cottondale Road,
Marianna, violation of con-
ditionalrelease.
-Treatha Mitchell, 51,
PO Box 237, Greenwood,
violation of conditional
release.
-Earl Myers, 35, 2737
Penn Ave., Mariantia, hold
for court.
-Samuel Skeen, 63,
5196 Deer Lane,'Marianna,.
battery (domestic vio-
lence).
-Steven Hamilton, 33,
824 White Ave.,
Graceville, disorderly
intoxication.
-Noah Wilson, 30, 4910
Pope Circle, Marianna, no
valid driver's license.
-Yohn Braxton, 38, 3103
Rushing Road, Cottondale,
possession of listed chemi-
cals.


MARIANNA POLIgE JACKSON COUNTY
The Marianna Police SHERIFF'S OFFICE.
Depai-tment listed the fol- The Jackson 'County
lowing incidents for Oct. 8 Sheriffs Office listed the
and9,thelatestavailable followingincidentsfor
reports: 'One :traffic acci- Oct. 8 and 9, the latest
dent, one reckless available reports:
driver suspicious Four, alariTis, one
vehicle, seven suspi- (T1/ .6 animal complaint,
clous persons, one ? one battery, one bur-
information report, 'tillME glary, orie child
two vehicle burgla- abuse report, two
ries, two distur- civil disputes, one
dances, one fire, one criminal registration, one
prowler/peeping tom, one vandalism complaint, one
burglar alarm, one civil dis- disabled vehicle, five .dis-
pute, one trespassing com- turbances, three, drug
plaint, one misdemeanor investigations, 25 EMS
assault, one loud noise calls, one fight in progress
complaint, one dog com- call, four fingerprints
plaint, one retail taken, ohe fire, one for-
theft/shoplifting, four ,(ery/fraud report, one
agency assists, two public found property, one
service calls, one patrol harassment complaint, one
request, 23 traffic stops and information report, one
one 911 hangup. juvenile complaint, four
larcenies, two miscella-


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NOTICE OF LAND USE CHANGE

The City of Marianna Planning & Zoning Board will conduct a
ublic hearing on October 26, 2009 at 4:00 p.m., in the City.
Co3runission Chamber located at ?897 Jefferson Street, Marianna,
Florida to consider the adoption of the following Ordinance:

Ordinance 984: An Ordinance Amending Ordinance 812, which
adopted the City of Marianna Comprehensive Plan, to provide for
the adoption of a certain Small Scale Future Land Use Map .
Amendment (SSA 09-01) to the Cityof Marianna
Comprehensive Plan

For the following described property:

Jackson Countjr Chamber of Commerce: The parcel is approximately
0.5 acres in size and is located on the west side of Russ Street within
the City of Marianna. The current land use designation is Residential,
and the proposed land use designation is IVIixed Use.











If a person desires to appeal a decision made by the Planning & Zoning Board
with respect to any matter, that person will need to ensure-that a verbatim
record of the proceedings is made which record includes the testhoony 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, Marianita, Florida during regular business
hours or by calling (850) 482-2786.


Jackson County Floridan Sunday, October 11, 2009 3A


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Student members are cur-
rently taking orders for
Rada cutlery. Those inter-
ested in placing orders for
the cutlery products can call
club advisers Susie Barber
or Tami Hall at Marianna
High School, 482-9605.


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
The Marianna High
School chapter of Family,.
Career and Community
Leaders of America has
begun its annual fundrais-
ing activities.


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Kappha
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Jack
Kapphan and Mr. and Mrs.
Ronald Blaine Price, both of
Tuscaloosa, Ala., announce
the engagement of their .
daughter, Hayley Palma
KapphanofBirminghamAla.,
BokB anndoaumM fM .sha
Mrs. Edward ScottMarsh of
Marianna.
The wedding is planned for
Nov. 14 at The Birmingham
Botanical Gardens.
The bride-to-be is the
granddaughter of the late Mr.
and Mrs. Paul .Norwood
Eatman-of Tuscaloosa, and the
late Mr. and Mrs. Howard
Lprraine Kapphan of Fort
Myers. She is a 2000 graduate
of Central High School and
attended Auburn University,
where she received a degree in
communication disorders. She .
is a member of Kappa Delta




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Rogers
Mrs. Debra Murdock of
.Marianna, along with Mr.
John R. McFarlip of Seymour,
Ind., announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Candi Dawn Napier, to
George Bryant Rogers, the son
of Jim F. Rogers of Wausau,
and Mrs. Faye J. Dale of
Marianna.
Grandparents of the bride-to-
be are Mr. and Mrs. James and
Etta Napier of plountstown,
the late Anneliese Napier of
Seymour, and Sue IVIcFarlin of
Seymour.
The prospet-tive grpom is
the grandson of Mr. Jerry B.
Dale, the late Sible N. Dale of
Marianna, and the late George
W. Rogers and Mrs. Neta
Croft of Wausau.
She is, a 2001 graduate of
Grand Ridge High School. She
is a correctional officer at
Apalachee Correctional
Institution in Sneads.
He is a 1997 graduate of
Marianna High School. He is
also a correctional officer at
Apalachee Correctional
Institution in Sneads'
The wedding will take place
at' the couple's residence on
Saturday, Oct. 17, 2009, at 4
p.m. All family and friends are
invited.


IVlelvin

awa rded

Re ola M in g

Bryan
Scholarship


, Marsh
sorority and was presented at
the 2003 Tuscaloosa Holiday
Cotillion. She is employed by
Docupak as an account
executive.
The prospective groom is the
grandson of the late Mrs.
MMaa ann 151 Avi t M .
Charles Brownley Avinger of
Jacksonville, and the late Mr.
and Mrs. Edward Mulford
10arsh of Killeen, Texas. He is
a 1998 graduate of Marianna
High School and attended The
University of the
Cumberlands, where he
received a degree in business
administration. He lettered
four years on the University of
the Cumberlands football
team. He is employed by
BBVA Compass as assistant
vice president in the
investment banking division.


TA TE,
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Mr. and Mrs. Danny Tate of Arcadia, Florida, and Mr. and
Cottondale are pleased to Mrs. Jack Faircloth of


announce the upcoming '
marriage of their daughter,

i h ck, ofto MI)avid
Mis. Greg Hitchcock of
Bonita Springs, Florida, and
Mr. and Mrs. Mike Kuttz of
North Fort Myers, Florida.
Tiffany is the granddaughter
of Mr. and Mrs. David Shores,
Ms. Helen Deese and the late
Mr. Ira Deese all of
Cottondale
David : is the grandson of
Ms. Judy Hitchcock and the
late Mr. Dan Hitchcock of


Bonifay.
The couple has graduated
Chipo PC 11eged with
continue their education this
following spring at ..Troy
University. David will pursue
his degree in Geomatics, and
Tiffany.in Business.
The couple will exchange
vows on November 21st at
Cottondale First Baptist at two
o'clock in the afternoon. A
reception will follow at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Danny
Tate.


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Grier Albert Weakland IV
and Miranda Weakland
announce the birth of their
son, Grier, Albert Weakland
V, bom Sept. 18, 2009, 3:23
a.m. in Jackson Hospital.
Grandparents are Cheryl
and Chris Watson of
Greenwood, Myrna
Weakland, Otvid Clemmons,
Grier Albert Weakland E
and Pam Weakland, all of
Marianna.
. Great-grandparents are
Kenneth and Ann Robinson
of Malone, Betty Clemmons
of Marianna, Charles and
Ann Miller of Greenwood,


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Marianna celebrated her
eighth birthday on Friday,
Oct. 9, 2009.
She is the daughter of
Racquel Dunston of
Marianna. Her grandmother
is'CassandraDunstongreat-
grabdmother is Evelyn
McKinney, and great-great-
grandmother is Sally
Cooper, all qf Marianna.
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was held Saturday, Oct. 10,


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N.M., and Barbra and Emest
Watson of Dothan, Ala.
Great-great-grandmpther


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Greenwood Park. Before the
party, her mother's friend,
Tawanda Baker, took
Yasmin to Chuck E. Cheese
to celebrate and play games
with her sister.


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Sneads High School cele-
brates Homecoming Oct. 12-
16, with activities all week,
SHS Spirit Days am as fol-
lowMonday --Senior Moment
Monday (dress like an elderly
person)
Tuesday Tease It Up
'Ibesday (big and bad hair).
Wednesday Wild West
Wednesday (Western wear;
students are not allowed to
have fake weapons).
Thursd Thick as
Thieves T ursday (dress like a
pirate).
Friday Freaky Fan
Friday (wear blue and gold or
homecoming shirts).
Additionally, On
Wednesday Field of Faith ivill
be hosted by the FCA in the
SHS new gym from 6 to 9
p.m. There will be free food,
games, and guest speaker.
On Thursday, the annual
Pirate Plunge wilbbe held in
the SHS gym. Cost will be $2
for everyone-
Friday, the SHS
Homecoming Parade will be
at 2 p.m. (lineup wm begin at
1 p.m.). The SHS Pirates will
play the Vernon Yellowjackets
at 7 p.m.
Homecoming festivities
will conclude with a dance
beginning at 9 p.m. in the new
gym.
All Pirates fans are encour-
do eS
an entry in the parade or for


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Ninth grade


ACF Stakeholders working to end
the Tri-State Water War.
A natural science professor at
Chipola College, Allan Tidwell
also serves as Jackson Blue Spring
Basin Working Group's coordina-
tor. "Chad is truly genuine regard-
ing his passion about preserving
and protecting the environment,
particularly our water .resources,'
Tidwell said. "With regard to
grotmdwater and springs protec-
tron, he practices what he preaches
in every facet of his personal, busi-
ness and political.1ife."
1,ooo Frien4s' Pattison con-
curred. "With his community roots
and strong.sevise of vision, Chad
truly epitomizes the concept of
'Community Steward,'' he.said.
1,000 Friends' Community
Steward Award is presented annu-
ally to individuals, organizations,
local governments, agencies, and
public/private partnerships that
have brought about positive and
lasting change in the way their
community manages growth.
1,000 Friends of Florida is also
presenting three other awards over
the course of 2009. A statewide
nonprofit organization, 1000
Friends was founded in 1986 to
serve as Florida's growth manage-
ment watchdog. It has' been pre-
senting awards for iimovative
growth management efforts since
1990.
Fbr more information on 1000
Friends, visit www.1000friendsof-
florida.org.


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
Local farmer and conservation-
ist Chad Taylor was presented the
1,000 Friends of Florida's
Community Steward Award at the
Oct. 8 meeting of the Jackson Blue
Spring Basin Working Group.
"Chad is a remarkable Individ-
ual," noted 1000 Friends President
Charles Pattison, who will be pre-
senting the award. "He hast been a
leader on some of the most press-
ing planning and environmental
issiles facing rural Northwest
Florida."
A land manager of farm and
forestland, a conservationist and
. engaged citizen, Taylor was nomi-
nated for the award by Jim
Stevenson, the Wakulla Spring
Basin Working Group Coordinator.
Stevenson notes that Taylor has
been the catalyst for thany major
planning projects in Jackson
County, which is the largest
peanut-producing county in
Florida, alid one of the largest in
the nation. The county is also
home to more springs than any.
other county served by the
Northwest Florida Water
Management District.
Stevenson explained that
Taylor's agricultural experience
has been very valuable, particular-
ly in dealing with water quality
protection issues. "Chad has edu-
cated springs protection specialists
about farming in spring basins and
has been a liaison between agen-


Chad Taylor was presented the 1,000 Friends of Florida's Community
Steward Award at the Oct. 8 meeting of the Jackson Blue .Spring
Basin Working Group. Pictured from left, are Jim stevenson, weikulla
Sprin Basin Working Group Coordinator; Chad Taylor .and 1000
Frien s President Charles Pattison. Contributed Photo


cies and the farming community,"
he said. *
Among his accomplishments,
Taylor worked with many other
citizens and organizations to help
organize, locate funding, and
ensure the successful completion
of the Jackson County Visioning
Project, called Imagine Jackson,
This counfywide visioning project
enabled 1,000-plus county resi-
dents to draft a 20-year blueprint
for the future of the county. The
process included community-
based workshops and forums, visu-
slization techniques, a community
character map,-a widely distributed
survey, and an interactive Web site.
Taylor also has played an instru-
mental role in the formation of the
Jackson Blue Spring Basin
Working Group, helping to con-


vince the Florida Departmeht of
Environmental Protection to fund
the group and Chipola College to
administer it. He also helped
secure DEP funding for a Chipola
River Springs Ambassador and
found an excellent local citizen to
fill the position. Taylor has been a
catalyst and local advocate for the
Jackson County Sinkhole Amnesty
Program, which educates landown-
ers about sinkhole protection. An
active member of the Apalachicola
Riverkeeper,. he is a current board
member and former president of
the group. Taylor also serves on the
board of RiverWay South, is a
member of the Florida Springs
Task Force, and has joined with
other Apalachicola, Chattahoochee
and Elint (ACF) river basin citizens
to incorporate the recently formed


BY THOMAS VINCENT MURPHY


nario, we would have drug
dependents galore. .
In a strange way, the nega-
tive situations a host of our cit-
izens are involved in has given
us a common bond. A person
who enjoys gossip and talking
about the shortcomings of oth-
ers should think before they
Thomas blab about others. There is a
Vincent pretty good chance that some-
M oile, somewhere down the line,
urphy in your own family could be
the target' of the same type of gossip and nega-
tive talk you are dishing out.
One of the reasons gossip and discussing
things about others is bad is that often others
know problematic things about your family
before you do. When you think about it, with
mott of our citizens having the same problems
within our families, this couldbe a great time for
us as citizens of the greatest country in the world
(though other countries may beg to differ) to
work together to help lessen the things that are
detrimental to our country and its citizens.
We will always have alcoholics and drug
addicts; prostitution (or by whatever name it
was known in ancient times) has probably been


around since earliest history. If we exercise early
discipline with our children in our homes, and
put more emphasis on the negative effects of
alcohol, unprotected sex and drugs to our health,
it could .make a significant difference in the
atmosphere of our country.
When we take time to explain to. our 'young
folks how bad habit's and actions can lead to
early deaths, we have focused on one of the ini-
tial steps needed to begin putting a dent in some
of these major problems.
When dealing with our relatives and close
friends, it is extremely important how we
approach them with our concerns.
If you display a negative, finger-pointing,
arrogant approach toward a family member or
close friend, you need to back up and make an
adjustment in your attitude, or leave the situa-
tiori alone and fiild someone (a pastor or knowl=
edgeable expert) notas close to the problem to
give helpful advice.
Often, simply reaching out and showing that
you care can be the beginmng of a positive dif-
ference in an individual's life. We can't afford to
stand by and allow our great country to contin-
ue to flounder. The stroriger we are mentally,
physically and spiritually, the stronger we will
be as a country.


There was a time in our past.when it was easy
to pinpoint who was a drug addict, alcoholic,
con artist or prostitute, or who was a neighbor-
hood or small-town criminal.
Through word of mouth, the news would
quickly .spread throughout the neighborhood.
Boy, have things changed. Almost every family
I know these days has.a member of their imme-
diate or extended.family who is either on illegal
drugs, an alcoholic, prefers a same sex relation-
ship, or is involved in some type of criminal
activity. .
If this is not the case in our immediate fami-
lies, when we start dealing with our grandpar-
ents (many of our baby boomers are caught up
in bad habits), aunts, uncles and cousins, there is
a good chance one of our relatives has a prob-
lem. Age is not a factor when it comes to many
of the bad habits shared by'too much of our pop-
ulation. Whether you come from a poor, middle
class or rich family, you can't escape some of
the pitfalls I have mentioned.
If ever there was a time when most of the fam-
ilies in our country were in the same boat, it is
now. This is no time for finger-pointing. In fact,
if we brought .prescription drugs into the sce-


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NOTICE OF ZONING CHANGE
The Marianna Planning & Zoning Board will conduct a public hearing
on October 26, 2009 at 4:00 p.m., in the City Commission Chamber located
at 2897 Jefferson Street, Marianna, Florida to consider the adoption
of the following Ordinances:
Ordinance 985: An Ordinance Amending Ordinance 815, which adopted
the City of Marianna Land Development Regulations, Ordinance 972, which
amended the City of Marianna Land Development regulations to provide for a
land use district change to the adopted Land Use District Map (Zoriing Map)
of the City of Mariagna, Florida
For the following described property:
JACKSON COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: The parcel is
approximately 0.57 acres in size and is located on the west side of '
Russ Street within the City of Marianna. The current zoning designation
is R-2 and the proposed zoning designation is Mixed Use.

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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, Mariannq, Florida during regukir business
hours or by calling (850) 482-2786.


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Advance Auto Keith Williams state Farm
Adventure At Sea Kelson Drugs
Alday-Howell Engineiering Kindel Lanes
Alltel Kiwanis Club
Along The Way DayCare L.S. Pender Co.
Altha Farmer's Co-op Leafa MCDaniel
Altrusa International Lemon Squeeze
Angel Griffin Linda Pforte
Arrowhead Campgrounds Lisa Padgett
Auto Zone M & W Construction
Bank of Bonifay . Marianna Woman's Club
Baxter's Asphalt & Concrete, Inc. Marianna Animal Hospital
Bear Paw Marianna Appliance
Ben Saunders Marianna Auto Parts & Supply
Big Kahuna's Marianna Chapel
Blue Springs Alarianna Office Supply
Bob Pforte . Marianna Police Department
Bontrager Chiropractor Clinic Marianna.Rotary Club
BP Gas Station Mailanna Toyota
Caverns Golf Course Media Solutions
Chipola Builder's Supply -191erle Norman
Chipola college .. MHS Afro-Activettes
Chipdla Ford MHS Beta Club
City of Marianrja 1 WIS Faculty & Staff
Cobb Front End & Tire Servich foWe Gallery
Coyle Mayo 'Witional Guard -
CVS Pharmacy NeSrnith Office Ser\ices
Dale Rabon Guthrie, Clerk of Courts Paramore's Pharmacy
pavis Optometry Partenza
Decorators.Door e Pitht Community Bank
orbido'k 8' options Detail
.1; .28trip$ell Pizza Hut
Dr. JoAeph Sherrell Porter Construction
East EU 010. Ray & Charlotte Lawrence
a@tyll1 8 t Chu ft -Rene's Headquarters
Epoh6TD )tir Conditioning Roadmart
.Elaine Myers Robert Gamble
Evangel'Worship Center Ruby Tuesdays
Exclusively Yours Sharon Cox, Property Appraiser
Fast Lane Computers Sherry Brown. Tax Collector
First Baptist Church of Campbellton shipwreck Island Water Park
First Ba~ptist Church of Marianna - Shore Tan
First Capital Bank Smith & Smith Jeivelers
irst United Methodist Church of Marianna Sonny's
Fitness Center . .. Sprint
Focus Credit Uniod St. Luke Missionary Baptist
Frank A. Baker Star Nails
Fun Zone Sun & Fun
George Gay Supet Cuts
Glerida Swearingen Suzahne Sapp
Grace Chatwood Sweet Stuff Bakery
Green's Appliance Tequila Mackingbird
Gussie Mae Harringto Town of Greenwood
Hollis Body Shop Trinity Baptist Church
Hdpkins Tyndall Federal Credit Union
Hungry Howies Wal-niart
Integral Water World
Jackson Courity School Board Watson's Jewelers
Jackson County Sheriff's Office Wild Adventures
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ing cars. An officer arrest, Wade allegedly
approached the man and began making threats on'the
saw him throw a metal can- officer's life.
ister on the ground. Wade stands charged with
According to police, possession of a controlled
when asked what was in the substance, possession of
canister, the man replied. drug paraphernalia, resisting
"Nothing." Officers field arrest without violence, dis-
tested the contents and orderly intoxication and
determined it contained corruption by threat against
crack cocaine. a public servant.
As a result, they arrested He was booked into the
Marcus Breion Wade, 26. county jail to await his first
After he was placed under appearance in court.

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Home in Pell City..
The funeral service will
be at 1 p.m. on Tuesday,
Oct. 13, in the Kilgroe Fu-
neral Home Chapel. Inter-
ment will be in the Coosa
Valley Cemetery Rodger
Williams and Gene Dobbs
will officiate.
Survivors include his
wife, Marie Dills'Coshatt;
two sons, Steve Coshatt
(Meghan) and Mark Co-
shatt, (Jada) of Fort Hood,
Texas; two daughters,.Janet
LBigh Owens (Wayne) and
Ginger Lynn Bell (Richard);
two brothers, Royce Co-
shatt (Bobbie) and -Clifton
Coshatt (Jean); five grand-
children, John D. Abbott
IV, Jenipher L. MacMillin,
Candice Shaw,\ Christina
Doran and Janet Marie
Coshatt; three greatgrand-
children, Joihn D. Abbott V,
Chloe Shaw and Jarrett
Doran; several step-graixd-
children, step-greatgrand-
children, nieces and neph-
ews.
Mr. Coshatt was preced-
ed in death by his grand-
son, Heath Edward Abbott;
three brothers, Joe, Ralph,
and Clayton Goshatt; and
one sister, Louise Baswell.

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Mr. Coshatt retired United Chair in Leeds, Ala.
He was a World War II vet-
eran, serving in all of the
European campaigns, in-
cluding Normandy, north-
ern France, Central Eu-
rope, the Battle of the
Bulge and the Rhineland.
During this time, he re-
ceived the World War II
victory medal, European-
African-Middle Eastern
service medal with-oxie sil-
ver star, the Amencan serv-
ice medal, the good. con-
duct medal, the Army of
Occupation medal, the na-
tional defense medal, the
Korea United Nations me-
dal, the Korean campaign
medal with two battle stars,
the Korean war service
medal and the American
campaign medal. Mr. Co-
shatt served in the Sixth
Armored Division, which
was attached to Gen.
George S. Patton's Third
Army.
Condolences may bb of-
fered: www.kilgroefh.com.


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Jerry Wayne Chitwood,
48, of M4tianna died Satur-
day, Oct. 10, 2009, at his
residence. .
He was born in Law-
renceville, Ill., served in the
Army and had been a truck
driver for the past 25 years.
Jerry is survived by his
wife, Sherry Chitwobd, a
son Cody Chitwood and
daughter Lisa Chitwood, all
of Marianna; his father,
Thutman Chitwood of
Cisne, Ill.; brother Terry
Chitwood, of Plainfield, Ill.;
sisters Theresa Sparks and
husband Mike, of Marian-
na; and Sheri Coleman of
19ew Middletown, Idaho;
ahd one grandfort, Timo-
thy "Lilmah" Pegouskie.
The family will receive
friends from 6 to 8 p.m.
Tuesday, Oct. 13, at James
and Sikes Funeral Home
Maddox Chapel.
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Wednesday, Oct. 7, 2009.
Visitation will be held
Monday, Oct. 12, from 6 to
9 p.m. at Kilgroe Funeral


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cepted a CJ Smith pass on Cottondale's
next possession and returned it 42 inrds
for a touchdown.
On Jefferson County's next posset-
sionNealy scored oit a 43-yard TD run
to put the Tigers up 21-8 with 10:21 left
iIi the first half.
The Tigers marched 60 yards on five
plays on their next possession, getung a
30-yard pass frorn Footman to Dobson
to set up a 2-yard run by Nealy for a 28.
8 lead.
Jefferson County's speed struck again
late in the first half, when Dobson
returned a punt 68 yards for a touch-
down. However, a holding penalty
negated the score and the Tigers even-
tually had to punt.
Cottondale, kept the lead at 20 unal
halftime, but the Tigers quickly built on
their advantage in the second half.
After the Homets failed to recol er an
onside kick to start the third pened.
Nealy burst through the middle of the
Cottondale defense for a 50-yard TD
run on the Tigers' first play of the see-
ond half.
The Homets put together a 13-play
drive on their ensuing possession, but
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BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTs EDITOR
The FAMU Baby Rattlers built a 10-
point second-half lead, then hung on late
to edge by Graceville 18-16 Friday night
in Tallahassee.
The win moved FAMU to 3-2 overall
and 2-0 in district play, while .the Tigers
fell to 1-4 and 0-1 in district.
FAMU led 6-0 at the half, but the Tigers
took the lead early in the third quarter
when Leron Hoover scored on a short
touchdown run.
A Jacky Miles two-point conversion fol-
lowed for an 8-6 advantage.
However, the Baby Rattlers answered
with a touchdown on their next drive to go
up 12-8, then added another on a long TD
pass with three minutes left in the fourth
quarter.
Graceville marched down the field with
an answer of its own, scoring on a TD pass
from Miles to Darrell Olds with 38 sec-
onds to play.
The two-point conversion by Miles on
an option run cut the FAMU lead to two..
An unsportsmanlike penalty against the
Baby Rattlers allowed the Tigers to kick
off from the FAMU 45-yard line.
Graceville attempted the onside kick,
but couldn't come up with it and FAMU
ran out the clock.
It was a heartbreaking loss for the
Tigers, but Graceville coach Todd
Wertenberger said he was happy with the
way his team executed most of the game
- minus a pair of costly fumbles in
FAMU territory.
"We played pretty good. It was the best
ganie we've played all year, if we don't
turn the ball over," the coach said after the
game.
"We had a couple of fumbles that were
drive-killers. (The Baby Rattlers) were
gassed. I had no doubt we were going to
score on those drives. We just turned it
over, and you can't do it."


Graceville's Jeremy Watford runs with~ the football against the Blounts~town Tigers during a gam~e earlier this season. Graceville


a speedy Jefferson County team Oct. 23.
Despite the loss, Wertenberger said
Friday night's performance against the
Baby Rattlers marked a step forward for
his team.


"We're getting better and that's impor-
tant," the coach said. "I'm proud of how
we fought at the end. If we got the onside
kick, I really thought we were gomg to
win it."


The Tigers' schedule doesn't get any
easier.
They stay on the road for the next two
weeks,. taking on .a powerful Liberty
Bulldogs squad next before facing off with


BY DUSTIN KENT ,
Eq-n:t .J.ol.a= Fea;=0.. . --
COTTONDALE Jefferson
County's Devondrick Nealy rushed for
251 yards and four touchdowns Friday ,
night to lead the Tigers to a 53-1-1 \ic-
tory over the Cottondale Hornets.
Cottondale fell to 0-6 on the season
with the loss and 0-2 itr district play-
' Jefferson County improved to 3-3 dn
the year ahd 2-0 in district play.
The Hornets jumped out to a quick
start Friday night,. taking the opemng
possession of the game 52 yards for a ,
touchdown.
Nick Jackson's 23-yard kickoff return
set the Homets up at their own 48-yard
line.
Eight plays later, Dominique Webb
found the endzone from 13 yards out,
then converted the two-point play to put
Cottondale up 8-0 just three minutes
into the game.
' However, the Tigers answered with
an 11-play, 67-yard scoring drive of
their own. Quarterback Lenorris
Footman eventually found Marquice
9 sond% a 23thya touchdown pass
Cottondale still led 8-7 after the extra
point, but the Homets' advantage would
be short-lived, as David Crumite inter-


Cottondale's Cody Saye (3) runs up the middle of
the defense during a game Friday night against
Jefferson County in Cottondale. Jefferson CountY
wor/the game 53-14 to improve to 2-0 in district
play. Mark Skinner/Floridan


By DUSTIN KENT


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said. "We missed some practices
because of it and that made' it
hard to get ready. .
"We didn't have the chem-
istry we wanted because of not
alwa s having a full roste\, but
the kids worked hard.''
Obert said the season as a
whole produced stiote positives
than negatives.
"I feltlike they learned a lot,"
the coach said of his players. "I
hope the ones ready to gb up to
varsity will help out, and the
ones coming back will work
hard to have another good year."
Cottondale was coming off of
a lopsided loss to the powerful
MMS Bullpups, but defeated
arch rival Graceville the week
before.
A win over Chipley sends the
Hornets out on a positive note.
"We played good," Obert
said. "Everyone got a chance to
play and the kids played hard.
I'm proud of them."


The Cottondale Hornets took
to the road Thursday night: and
handed Chiple) a 38-16 loss in
their-regrilar sensed finale.
The Hornets finished the sea-
son at 3-2 with the win. .
. Prentice Webb rushed for two
touchdowns.to lead the Hornets,
while Norris Calhoun also
scored twice on the ground for
Cottondale. Tony Caruso, and
Jaueric .Gardner salso found the
endzone for the Hornets.
Cottondale led Chipley 18-0.
at halftime and was never seri-
ously threittehed. -
Hornets coach Chris Obert
said he was happy with the way
his team played, to finish .out
what was at tines a frustrating
season.
"It's been a tough year with
all of the sickness and the flu
that wefit around," the coach


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Florica. Srars EoiTOR
Pentacola Catholic got big
nights from 'star. running back
Marquis Surnler and quarterback
Shbun. White Friday night to
hand the Mariantia Bulldogs a
41-20 defeat in Pensacola.
With the win, the. Crusaders
improve to 5-1 overall and 1-0 in
district plaf. The Bulldogs fall to
3'-3 and 1-1 in district.
Whith passed for 231 yards
and four TDs, while Sumler
added :150 yards and a touch-
dov(rn on the ground.
Fidel Montgomery starred in
defeat for the Bulldogs, rushing
30 times for 192 yards and a pair
of scores.
Montgomery got the Bulldogs
on the board first with a 15-yard
TD run midway thi-ough the first
period for a 7-0 lead.
ba wevera d Dw
from White. Summer put the
Crusaders m front moments later
with a 4-yard TD run:
White toAsed two more TDs in
the second quarter to give the
-wad sa 7hamn d dwn
in the third period to make it 27-
13, but White answered with a 4 -
yard TD pass early in the fourtli
to drake it 34-13. *
Montgomery's second TD run
of' the night, from 15 yards out,
br ought .the Bulldogs to within
14 again at 34-20, but Mariannat
would get no closer,
In spite of the loss, Marianna
rushed for a whopping 332 yards
as a team, to 199 for Pensacola
Catholic.
liowever,- the Crusaders domi-
nated the passing game, with
White completing 10-of-16 pass-
es for his 231 yards, while
Montgomery was just 1-of-6
passing for 11 yards.
The Bulldogs next hit the road
Friday to take on the
Blountstown Tigers before
returning home for the following
two weeks against Chipley and
Port St. Joe.
Catholic faces Escambia
Friday before traveling to Walton
Oct. 23 for another district game.


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Recreation Football
Marianna Recreation
Department will offer
two tackle football
leagues and one boys'
flag football league, and
will offer girls the oppor-
tunity to play flag, foot-
balL Registration for
ages 6-13 will run
throu h Oct. 23 from 8
a.m. to 4 p.m. at The
Marianna Educational
and Recreational Expo
(MERE) located at 3625
Ca erns Rd. in
Marianna. The registra-
tion fee for flag football
is $30 for those who live

ex,:
those who don't. The fee
is $45 for tackle leagues

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the city. The fee must be
paid with a check or
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Special registration
will be held at the MERE
from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. on
Oct. 19 and Obt. 22. All
participants must bring a
copy oftheinbirth certifi-
cate. The age of all par-
ticipants on Nov. 1 of the
current year will be the
player's age for the
entire-season.
Anyone interested. in
coaching or officiating
youth football please
contact the Marianna
Recreation Department
at 850-482-6228 or tome
by during registration.
Pirate Plunge
The annual Sneads
Hi h' School Pirate
Plunge, a gommunity-
wide homecoming pep
rally, will be held on
Thursday at 6 p.m. in the
SHS gry e is invited to
corite out, meet the 2009
homecoming court along
with the teams from both
SHS and GRMS, see per-
formances by cheerlead-
ers and band members
and more. Admission to
this event is $2.

Men's Flag Football
Marianna Recreation
Department will offer
Men's 7-on-7 Flig
Football League.
Teams may sign up at
The Mariatina
Educational and
Recreational Expo
(MERE) located at 3625
Caverns Rd. in
Marianna. The registra-
tiozi fee of $350 is due
before the first contest.
The league will play a
10-game schedule with
play starting in
November. There will be
a managers/organization-
al meeting on Oct. 29 at
6 p.m. at the MERE
Complex. For more info,
please contact the MERB
at 850-482-6228.

Sports Items
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,
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Tuesday Night Mixed League
Team Standings
10/6/2009
W-L
1) Our Gang 18-10
2) AllState 18-10
3) Grassy Pond Mini Storage 16-12
4) Dan's Family 15-13
5) Original Gamers 14-14
6) Just Spare Us 14-14
7) Backwoods Bowlers 14-14
8) Precision 13-15
9) Sonny BB Q 13-15
10) Roll With It 11-17

High Team Game- Somly BBQ 1007
High Team Series- Sonny BBQ 2718
High Game Female- Kathy Smith 202
High Game Male- Terry Conklin 246
High Series Female-Vicki Gaffaney 537
High Series Male- Gillie Smith 624
Wednesday Night Mixed


Team Standings
10/7/2009
W-L
1) Here for the Beer 20-8
2) DBBLL Trouble 18-10
3) Hollis Body Shop 16-12
4) Kindel Lanes Shop 15-13
5) Jay's Gang 15-13
6) Redwood Bay Lumber 15-13 -
7) Mr. Bingo 14-14
8) Perfection's Car Washl4-14
9) Split.Decision 12-16
10) Vacancy 1-27

High Team Game- Jay's Gang 1202
High Team Series- Jay's Gang 3411
High Game Female- LuAnn Kindelspire
224
High Game Male- Jack Townsell 254
High Series Female- LuAnn Kindelspire
552
- High Series Male- Jay Roberts 663


Monday Night Hi Rollers
Team Standings
10/5/2009
W-L
1) Jackson BP 14-2
2) Whatever Whenever 10.5-5.5
3) Sinith's Supermarket 10.5-5.5
4) Now What 10-6
5) Mary's Childcare 8-8
6) Adam's Funeral Home 7-9
7) Wolf Pack 6-10
8) Vacancy 5-11
9) Kindel Lanes 4-12,
10) Whoops 3-13 .

High Team Game- Smith's Supermarket
1055
High Team Series- Smith's Supermarket
2801 '
High Game Female- Betty James 203
High Game Male- Jay Roberts 267
High Series Female- Betty James 528
High Series Male- Jay Roberts 661


Tuesday Morning Coffee League
Team Standings
10/6/2009
W-L
1) 1001 Uses. 25-7
2) Davis Optometry 20.5-11.5
3) Misfits 18-14
4) Champion Tile 18-14
5) Packers 17-15
6) Jim's Buffet & Grill 14-18
7) James & Sikes 14-18 ,
8) Gazebo 13-19
9) Marianna Animal Hospital 12.5-19.5
10) Family Dentistty 6.5-21.5

High Game Female- Annette Land 202
High Game Male- Lynn 242
High Series Female- Annette Land 570
High Series Male- Lynn 605
High Team G.ame- Gazebo 930
High Teant Series- Pagers 2718
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LAKE SEMINOLE -
Bass fishing is faii:
Fishing has proven diffi-
cult for some as lake level,
water temperature, and
overall clarity has been
fluctuating. '
The largemouth are in
the summer/fall transition
period.
Thus, a variety of meth-
ods may pay off.
Spinnerbaits and shal-
low crankbaits are good
choices for main-lake
grass flats and flipping the
grass mats up the creeks is
good.
Deep crankbaits like
Rat-L-Traps should start
paying off on the flats as
soon as the grass starts
dying back.
Crappie fishing has
been slow to fair along the
moderately deep ledges.
Also look for fish in stump
fields at 8 to 12 feet and
use live niinnows.
Hybrids continue to
school sporadically over
humps and sandbars on
windless days, but there is
no consistency.
Bream fishing remains
slow.
Catfish are hit-and-
miss, but a few may be
caught with worms off the
river channels.
LAKE EUFAULA -


Bass are fair to good and
. steady improvement is
reported.
Cooler temperatures
and new-water influx have
made.fish more active in
the shallows. Shallow-
water baits have been
especially effective on the
north end of the lake.
Though the shallow bite
is most consistent right
now, the ledges are still a .
good bet later in the day.
Use deep crankbaits and
Carolina-rigs there.
As is typical this time of
year, fish are in transition.
Try a variety of methods
and techniques.
Crappie fishing is fair in
the creeks, especially
early in the day. Night
fishing is a pretty good
option for anglers fishing
near bridges.
Minnows fished verti-
cally are the best bet.
A good many small
bream may be' caught on
crickets at present.
1-lybrids are slow and
catfish will bite worms on
the flats late in the after-
noon.
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ANDREWS/CHATTA-
HOOCHEE RIVER -
Catfish are good. Use live
earthworms to catch them
along bluff walls where


currents are not too strong.
Anchor or tie off and fish
straight down.
Alsq try them on points
and sandbars late in the-
afternoon. Tailwater cats
are slow to bite right now,
but the fish are larger than
those in the bluff-wall and
sandbar locations.
For bream, either drift-
fish along the banks in the
main river with crickets or
go up the creeks and fish
worms on the bottom.
A few good catches of
moderate-size shellcrack-
ers have come from the
creeks, with a few catfish
mixed in,
Bass are slow.
Some may be caught in
the creeks on worms and
shallow crankbaits, but
they are hit-and-miss at
best.
Crappies are slow as
well, though a few have
been caught below the
dams by night anglers,
(Generation schedules,
pool levels, and other such
information for area
waterways may be
obtained by calling toll-
free 1-888-771-4601.
Follow the recorded
instructions and access the
touch-tone for the
Apalachicola River
System.)


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alecks or else quite stupid.
I once read that spider's silk is perhaps
the strongest of all natural organic fibers.
A half-inch diameter rope made from the
stuff is supposed to be capable offifting
and suspending the entire population of
Two Egg, Fla., or some such thmg. How
that was arrived at or proven, I can't say,
but who am I to argue?
Granted, the tensile strength of a spider
web is mdeed amazing. I've learned from
experience that it generally takes at least
six hours and a toilet brush to remove spi-
der silk once it becomes adhered to my
person.
Fortunately, in the process of my
becoming "web--wrapped," the spiders
themselves seldom get on me and, thank-
fully, seldom sink their spidery little fangs
into me when they do:
This is much to their credit.
If the roles were reversed, I'm not sure I
would be so magnanimous. If it was my
web, and I.had spider teeth, I'd bite me.
Hard. Occasionally, however, an erran
arachmd does hop on for a ride. And what
a ride the little bugger gets. .
You see, I'm not at all afraid of spiders
when I can see them, but when they get on
me they always wind tip someplace on my
body that defies visual detection.
Anatomical locations that immediately
come to mind .are my hair, the portion of
me directly beneath the front of my shirt,
and bodily.bits and pieces concealed by
loose-fitting underwear.
Given that, particularly the latter; I am
. apt to transport myself, rapidly, far away
from the spider's natural range, not to
mention my own. Thus far, I've managed
to refrain from declaring all-out war on the
eight-legged horde I daily encounter.
Spiders, after all, are interesting, innocu-
ous creatures and I don't begrudge their
hangingg" around, as it were.
I do wish, however, tha"t lady hiker I met
the other day hadn't laughed so. loudly
after she caught a glimpse of me exiting
my Fruit of the Looms and dashing head-
long through the woods like some crazed
satyr or forest fairy.
Not that I'm opposed to amusement at
my expense, or course. I'm sure I would
have found it funny as well.
Thing is, though, I wish she'd pointed
her finger elsewhere while in the throes of
unabashed hysteria. Nekkid 57-year-olds
have feelings, too.
(Email Bob Kornegay at cletus@wind-
stream.net)


I'm wondering if any of my fellow
woods ramblers have been paying atten-
tion to what looks like an over-supply of
spiders along the tails these days.;
The eight-legged
critters are every- *, :
where, like maybe
there's a national
arachnid convention in
Georgia, Florida, and
Alabama.
I'm sure there's
some traditional
regional folklore cov-
ering this phenome-
non. Bob Kornegay
Just what does this
bumper crop of spiders ngean? Long win-
ter? Short winter? Bad luck? Good luck?
Halloween? Whatever the significance of
this spidery influx, the critters themselves
don't seem overly concerned with it.
They're just there, along every conceiv-
able pathway, going about their business
and doing what spiders do best, catching
bugs and Bob in the sticky strands of their
ever-present webs.
Some days-I swear there's a spider web
suspended between every pair of trees
south of Atlanta. :
Most of these silken orbs (many of them
quite pretty) hang roughly five to seven
feet above the ground, just the right height
to catch me or some other hapless wander-
er full m the face as we stroll along,
unaware and unsuspecting, dunng our out-
door sojourns.
Tell me, why are they all hanging at just
that elevation? Don't the industrious
weavers know by now that I stand six feet,
two inches tall and am thus bound by
physics to accidentally rip asunder their .
hard-earned feats of instinctive engineer-
ing every time I walk by?
Don't they realize that a web can easily
snare just, as many flying insects at a
height of, say, eight feet or maybe two feet
off the forest floor?
If it is, as it sometimes seems, a practi-
cal joke on the spider's part, I certainly
hope it's worth it.
I've studied spider webs. very closely
and have reached the conclusion that
there's a lot of work involved in web con-
struction. I mean, this big old mama spi-
der toils her butt off for hours only to have
some big, clumsy two-legged klutz blun-
der into her handiwork brid tear the whole
thing apart in a fraction of a second. Yep,
spiders are either very dedicated smart .


own 32-yard line to the
Jefferson County 35 on 12
plays, but Smith was
sacked on a 4th-and-11
play to give the ball back to
the Tigers. Jefferson
County took advantage
with another score eight
plays later.
A 37-yard run by Dobson
and an 18-yard rush by
Nealy set up a 4-yard TD


on a QB keeper by
Alphonso Footman with
11:51 left iti the fourth peri-
od. Trailing 40-8; the
Hornets got the highlight of
their night on the ensiting
kickoff, which Jackson
took back 75 yards for a .
score.
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scoring for the Tigers with
a 62-yard rush down the


right sideline for'his fourth
TD with 8:54 left in the
game. The Hornets are off
next week before going on
the road Oct. 23 to face
Rocky Bayou. Jefferson
County heads o to
Crawfordville next week to
take on Wakulla before
returning home Oct. 23 for
a district g4me against
Graceville.


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693-1046 Free kittens & cats 478-477-1000 $600/mo (850) 352- $500/mo + dep. wa- of clinic patients. Work collaboratively ,
850-482-4252 BAKER COUNTY GA Mobile H.:.mes 1104/209-3028 ter furn. 850-209-4516 with pdhysician(s) to facilitate patient
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Bull, in Grand Ridge, 303-9727 i=Atists @477-477-1000 Chapelwood.$775 $400 + dep. Avail. ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR to set priorities, identify and resolve
850-592-3203 Re- Marianna Branch 334-714-1086 Oct.5. 850-638- HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATORS problems effectively and efficiently.
ward! Dogs COMMUNITY 4620/638-6405 WE OFFER COMPETIVE WAGES,& Benefits package included. Please email
EDUCATOR 3BR/1.5BA rental, on BENEFITS. ALL APPLICANTS MUST resume to Tallahassee Orthopedic Clinic
merchandise Houses Unfurnished corner of Park & Da. 2/1 Located btwn GR PASS A DRUG SCREEN. WE AREAN E0E. at HR@tlhoc.com or visit our website
CKC Pure bread Reg Apply/Mail to: vis St. $650/mo + & Sneads water & APPLY IN PERSON AT 4223CAPITAL at www.tlhoc.com to complete an
Bo OT0er e0rs F' 4440 Lafayette St. dep 850- 482- 0030$ 50/mo CIRCLE NW, TALLAHASSEE, FL 32303. application of employment.
8459 Suite C 1519 Oak Drive 2886/209-1344.
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Call: 850-482-8520 Wonderful 3/2 in 3BR/1.5BA, Very nice. - '-r ,. .,
Fax: 850-482-8985 quiet area. No Located on Noland .
pets. Credit check Street in Marianna.
Great FT Benefits! req. 800/mo plus Kitchen appliances
Drug-FreeWorkplace de osit. Included.$700/mo.,
Equal Op rtunitV (33 )793-3192 first and last. Securi-
Emp yer tuscaloosagary@gmail.com tyn n1cYr lease
APPLY ONLINEl quired. No smoking.
cZ model 720 sem.- www.covenant No pets. Avail. Octo-
auto shotgun Ir. 20 hospice.or9 2 & 3 BR MH Cotton- ber 1st. Call (850)
gauge.26 b arrel. ? dale. http://www. 594-7525 between
chokes (FM.IC>. Sales charloscountryliving. 6pm-9pm. Owner is
original factory Dox. For al : 3 Tea"kpd com.850-258- Licensed Real Estate
Li x f hLee 7 3 Look f 4868/209-8847 Broker. 1 ft Freezer, chest 8X8 tiles- $10 Brown Electric Phantom 4 Little girls clothes 0- Skylight double
through this gun. 545-5732 igg orgy type, $25 OBO 850- floor tiles, 124 PCS, scooter by Electra, 24mos. $254 each dome 4'x3' fixed $50
Must transfer e rga ed les Equipment Oper III 526-4849 All for $10. never riden $375 850- 850-592-2403 850-593-9987
through a licensed FOUND: young male. Person. Exp. pref. 17 Handbook of U.S. 850-592-2507 593-9987 Microwave oven $30 Small desk $15
FFL holder. $350 brindle Boxer mix off but not necessary Education and Experience: Coins 1951 to 1979 in- Antique hand carved Electric typewriter 850-237-2467/899- CD/DVD Tower $10
email: kyiewa@ Hwy 69S, on Tobe 850-526-7578 as High school diploma or equivalent with complete series. $20. white washed oak $35, new Mr. Coffee 1091 850-866-1700
yahoo.com or call Way, Grand Ridge. for Shorty 3 or more years of experience in the 850-592-2507 chair $100 850-866- Elite $20 850-866-
334-322-;L528 850-592-1227 operation of heavy motorized equipment; 779, 1700 Mill/ drill/ Iathe ma solid wood corner
or any equivalent combination of training 18 pounds of thick chine. Like new with Entertainment ctr
CMiscell cous Free to good home, and ex erience which provides the aper backs. $12. or Baby Car Seat $25 Electronic Grand Pia attachments. $500* $250 850-237-
an r old F Australian [GR 95tat0 required knowledge, skills and abilities. rade 850-592-8769 850-482-5215 no, battery per. 850-592-2507 2467/899-1091
for Sale spayp r8 Os 2 04 Staarti dsjiarsyd $1C90753 Musetrivive 21 Guide Book of ep n ng' 85 4m2-52d s Nin1te om ii Square 48x48 solid
10x20 Metal Stora e License prior to employment. Ur ebdo k 600 0 NF, $15 and up, Ma- Elec. Typewriter- $15: new $250 850-557- dcutrh i5ght
Building wired wit Submit Jackson County employment $40.850-592-2507 rianna 850-592-2507 Royal Elec. Works 2262 850-557-1394
outlets and fluores- BlerS Met application to: Human Resources Dept., Great.850-579-4476
nt lig oiswin- 2864 MadisVin ,urviaribn a, FL 32448. 090 8e5 2 acak in id Elvis Bust $30, Elvis aKn 500a durlitzer erTrtar ins
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$2,500, asking $1,000. ;? Apartments both for $140 850- Childrs Phono raph- 1700 Phonogra h- $35
serious inquires only Unfurnished Closing date is10-19-09. 866-1700 $35 Plays 33's 45 Eureka Vacuum $10 Donnie&darie.Needs Thomas the Train.
call 334-797-9895 or 2 Lg. bags boys RPM 1970's. Works. 4' mounted baracuda Needle.70's Collecti. Battery-oper., trains,
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SITTER CERAMIC Klin Farm Equipment town, $575/mo + de Co...gists bedroom' Flatware Set, 34 pc. Playstation 2 Rock
automatic controls posit. 850-482-5134 ri et += suit w/full bed $300 Thai bronze, born Band, complete set, Toilet, complete
220 volt 17 1/2"in- bles & 1 coffee table 850-623-8464 handles, like new $75 850-594-7802 Kohler, 1.28 GPF,
side shelves & plugs Gandy 4 row insecti- 2BR/IBA, apt.,in HOspice Advantage, Inc. $125 firm 850-866- $125, 850-592-2507 used, $50 850-593-
included, also Large cide applicator town, $450/mo.850- 1700 Construction Heater, Propane vented heat- gggy
Skett Ceramic Kilri 28 w/double boxes, for 573-0598 for info. FT Hospice Marketer/sales . 35,000 BTU $69850- GE side x side refrig. er, auto, 50K BTU,
3/4" inside needs mi. two chemicals 2 shell hanging wind 592-8769 w/ice &H20 in door $75 850-352-4745 Total Body Motion
nor repair lots of bis. mounted on tool bar. Candidate will be responsible for ali sales m3 6$15/ea. 850- Convertible Boot for $450 850-237-2467 Red Brick, 175 pcs, x r r $25 850-
que, both fpr $400 Good condition. $400- related to hospice services for a specific Toyota '04-'08, never Gold/Glass makeup $10, 850-592 2507
334-695-4090 229-758-3146 or 229- territory, daily travel is required. 30' Aluminum ladder used $30 850-593- table w/mirror $20 Red Pavers.70 pcs Twin ext ell memory
400-5184 2/2 Du lex in Grand Will have at least one year o Medical $175, (2) 3' pillars 9987 850-866-1700 $10.850-592-2507 foam bed $200 850-
dp 50455092-55 10 Bach e p s e rm and 8 00475 it y 5 Gr olsbtru e lea te 5p USeS New 2d set-1.02ct
2BR/1BA: New paint 850-866-1700 and misc. Diego toys- 850-526-3426 Ring. Genuine Gems cost was $600 sell for
Fresh Shelled Peas & M rpDe nitcoe area in 3pc Entertainment $50. 850-573-2731. Heater Heat Sure 850-579-447 OBO.850-594-
Weekend Package 3B0e7aMsaAo dU refrig. W/D hkup, Paid days off&401K w/match. Center $150 850-866- Dining table w/4 w/solid oak woo Sewing Machine $45
Oct.30, 31, Nov.1 g arb/water incl. 1700 chairs $150 850-237- mantle. Brand new 850-482-8347 White beaded, off
4 tickets total* a gTsBobby 500/mo $400 dep. Comp.Salary Pkg including uncapped 4 White wicker bar 2467/899-1091 $300 850-593-9987 \ Sharp, stereo CD sys- shoulder Wedding
*** $450 *** Hewett (850) 592- 850-482-4188/482- BOHus Plan stools $65 850-866- Direct TV remotes, Ladies set of golf tem w/cabinet & 2 GB 50-28 365
Call334-798-1923 4156 7947 1700 brand new, $10/ea clubs w/cartbag & 30" speakers $125
U-Pick $6/ al Our Newspaper Mileage0.505 per milel 6x6 Paving Tile- $20 850-209-8955 Unbrella $100 850- 850-593-5606 Window A/C
bucketpeasple h5u11 p 210 pcs red, 100pcs Displa Cases, 5 482-5215 Shearling Coat, w/remote, brand
black ey cream 8' is proud to be in Full Benefit kg* beige,100pcs brown, glass wood with Laminated IIght oak genuine suede, NICE, new $60 850-693-4659
ch subd cream 40, elite & zip- . 592-2507, all for $20, glass shelves. $475. flooring 100 sq.ft. $85 Size women M, $40- Window insulated
anna.a per. Cypress Grove a partnership with 7 Speaker Surround 850-526-1967 850-593-9987 850-592-2507 : glass 35" octogon
Family Sale, Sat., Rd. Grand Ridge, 850- Yahool Hot ob Forward your resumesto Julie Wheelockat sound system $125 Dolphin Dining table Large dresser singer sewing ma. w/alum.frame
Oct. 10, 7a-11a 592-9261/718-3653 J s (Wheelock@hospiceadvantage.com 850-866-1700 4' x 6' $380 850-866- w/mirror $60 850- chine $50 850-866- $50850-593-9987
List Your Ab Lounge Ultra 1700 557-2262 1700 Yamaha pirt Bike,
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OfW Honda TRX 300 EX Triton'O2 TR21, Mer- Tioga Arrow 27ft
Bike is complete cus- cury 225 engine, new Motorhome '86, BMW 545i sedan, 4
tom with tons of ac- trol ing motor, depth white,Auto.8 cyI. -'door, loaded, V8 su-
cessories incl. Red finder. $17,000. 334- Pow.brakes &steer- ,iiS pe~r ~cnlean, 47K miles
L.E.D.'s $2,300. O.B.O. 703-0522 ing, A/C, AM/FM, wrat.$995
334-805-0816. Watkins '79 27 ft* @ls~FaI 0 d.Has Vet96Colcr 3470550 .

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SMobile Homes 1400. ATV. 4WD, good Joe Marina, 27north KEYSTONE COUGAR 850 526 2840. & sof0t tops auto,1~ tanl, exc. 82K, garage Corvette '07 Auto, t usgo eu 0 S0 8
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at appl.@3 ArrowheadLknw.1090 Jet Ski w/trailer Exc. Automobiles sell for thousandssamshleunr sasco
Campii Site. 850-482- 02 Chaparral Ski8571523 Cond. $1,800. 334- for Sale --,00 vahoo8-com
5583 askfor Casie Boat 99 hrs,4.3L V6 Camper/Travel696-5505 / 791-4885. '$,0.OO5820 EU C40 .
190HP, garage kept, T railers REDUCED Il~lIFr 9MstnCoVRusgetLok

'0 9.Crln 04 Mountaineer 5th Ege29RLS '7HP, 58hrs. in fresh than 100 brs. $2000; Fr 9 ars c e iemo
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urn85-54-tor.$8,100.334-792- 482-5187/850-272- REDUCED Montana .Yamaha'92 ot o 334726384 Pd~learlj,Ato.8;-cy Honda'03.AccordEX, ,
3438/229-869-0883 5633 or 714-5466 0760 '05 Sth Wheel, 4 Waverunner 650, low 03-2-82ParAt.8cl $6800. 08 lak eahrsn
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TOWNHOUSES Motor $700 687-3417 condition, sleeps 8. 850-547-2808 3472 1 Like New. $11,500., s ereo, runs w pwe it lc Hna0' codE
For rentFor info $9,000. OBO. 334-677- ROYAL Mountaineer Call 718-5251 Great cond. $9,000, pnt~er~wi:or, aut,84 -d.33 i
call 8-5. 8150 209- 1999 17 foot Alum 3953/701-7648 40ft, 5th Wheeler 8RnS|)01 Sti0 850-482-4848* miles. 16,500. 334-Godtied MZA0 1.
853/42-150 railr 50rH Mercury Loaded, full bath 19 ICadillac .94 596-1694mo ws n nwere
tor," `depth fin er, live ,~a 3 51.500 Great condi- FIFFt,,,,. Topj I:hn E..115... ;8 280Z 2+2, 3-9-30 6sd odd o
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at Lake Eufaula, 3br with Yamaha stroke 08 22933- 3850JS s*..:.rI 5.2500) OBO 850- mileage & condition.
/3ba $145/n., Nay- radar, color gps, auto s; coachman '97 CarSeeker 04Hn Cm.7 13I sg $150342316
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minbid 65 TC, Smoker, No Pets, 3 over payments.850- shelter, excellent Toyota .u2 Ca~rte LE od 8CvcL 74mls 1,0
14lg pump live well, Slides, Deluxe Refrg 593-5103 3 -d.0$1 0000. L51695 og 5Na.S.Cen otmls 347605
w/-9-01 icemaker, DAMWON '00 DayBreak Calr Salesr LLC 1919 4 door, 4 cylinder, $450 3-9-05Mza'9R7 o
Cu ser 23 ftl n- Kng ed Firepae b evr2 o eeg on 04 n Ol W.Mw in e5 'rb0. 6G 8
$40K~o wilsell fori r Carefre Awg draulic levelers, 2 air 1946 Sport Pilot 334-793-0095 arsales.com Dodge '85 150 RoyalMecds'4Bn
$14.00K850-09- er, ee ng* conditioners, back up Ercoupe. Surf: Chlevrolet '02 Camaro, SE, Automatic Slant E2,sot ak
IHomesforSale 1 696/482 5867 Morryde Susp.,Rear camera, refrigerator, http://www.dfn.com 2004 Lincoln 6, oiinal 70K miagcroa/ak
Entertain- ment, Ta- freezer, ice maker, /eaachapterl193/E41 Towncar, Silver. V6 engine, metalic 20OO8047ineor9Kmls
Alumacraft 06' 16 ft' l /Chis super slide $29,500 resqthtm or email Great Condition. blue, 161k miles' $2856 $17000 334-86-719
100Plesan V lley ed w/ c 50 amhaGP Leather Recliners 346740 pwood2128b~yahoo. Need to sell $5000, good cond.,-
$6.90 d0e8xO33 -7d4- Coach w/ chase. rrz com fo~r more $12,844. Call 618-4533 1334-797-2706 ,' Toc 9S50
LIT1N 1 5860 1$57,000, CHEVROLET 'O3 Hda'8LP, 346390
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16. 30hp mercury mo- 1995 Travel Trailer, s.hasnad1i Mar. exc. 7Kc da 50 miles, veryed
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Victr saln Ijff 550-352-4274_ fully self contained, Excellent ~condition, 206Vov 60 8 334-494-3555 grn,4or cd Mrcds'7Bn
Brannon Stand Rd., new b dsiecoun 20K, New tires, DVD Covet 0'Covr- 3deJ .T e CreOs~~ncr. 33.5 494?:-2 8lAnwegn, E2 6K$,0
3BR/2BA, 2614 SF' tinon $,00 334-797n- Player-Ref- /Frez tible auto, 405 HP 12- 0095 Ford 03j Murrtang GT 80.347208 WstMiCaSae
2-cr argelage1272 w/Ice maker, Water C higrwBoeconvertible-., 69pLC199WstMi
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$272,500. Call Tim jakcneto- m.Bakw/ blacit immaculate. OrI/ kept. $10.800 080I MERCURY '98 Sable
(334677-308./microwave oven- leather. $25,500. 334- 20).200 mile~s. Beilow 334 596 Was p- Vi. loaded, very good
299-3739 BooK. One Owrner. Chrivro~ler~lS 08 Malib co~nd.$81550. 718-3257
2BR/1BA, Newly Correct craft '99 slide out. $25.500 Call 632-0144 L T. Mrja)rn Wit grsy
remodeled in Grand- Pro-air nautique, nice 334-718-0460, 718- . nter~ior. 4 c vliider-r NEW LISTING
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573-598hous.$2,90 OB. Cariae Cmeo'5 Mnoc Kniht'S, es, xcl. con~d.. sunrom,. I I.000 miles. Silver $5,995 W.M.
3/ rc~os.a.334-794-9766 32ft. 3-slides, 2-A/C, Save $25K or more. -enwtrS 22.300. 517.0)00. 334-:97 0987 Car Sales LLC, 1919
3/2 Brick House, 3ac,5.5 K Generator, Dieseli 4 slides, 4300 .344404 ..S.3469
C~HA, Appl. & cC e iliG Fiher '07 1710 60 hp loaded, no smoke, no mi, many upgrades $JI1-O~ I il hvoe '3Cp OD 0 ut
fas.HW 6, rad Mercury 4 str, fully pets, Exc. Cond. $159,700. 850-866- FORD '05 500 SLE, rice, white, 70K BlttHilad 5880 www.west
Ridge.5199K. Neg.* loaded, garage kept. $38,500. 334-714-4001 12774~ Red, great cond. 41K miles, extra clean' Green, 1000 mi, maincarsales.com Mercury '06 Montego
850592200 Les tan hrs War.miles, 6-CD sound new tires, $4300. Premier. loaded.
Brick Home, lac+ until 2013.$9,875Pheo,04fm sse$150OB 3379808Laewrat 10Kme.Onovr-
West side Dothan, OBO. 334-714-1543 si ut~s,d 15m 334-695-3550 CHV 0 MAA Still new. $27,500., .er. 58950. 33.5-794-
2800sf, 3ig.BR/3BA'. FishmasaterBarssboat A_ iIIlson 6p .7.5 diesel FORD '06 F150 Su er- LS, 1 owner, non- 33-70941 -053HI. 714-0590.lC)
mud room w/shower' 17ft. 120 H/P J d e.4r. frig w/. cab 5.4 V8 loaded smoker, 109,700K mi. Ford '93 Taurus, runs Nissan '05 Altima, 2.5
shop w/garage fire w ie/atr. BlltHgln _. Mercrtiiser V'`,.'" Icemaker, W/D in 20k miles, $17.000 BMW '00 323i 102K good tires/battery. good, needs AC, S, 5 speed. 3lik mi.
placfelodts of extras inboard/outboard motion satellite dish. 772-631-5065 factory White $8495 W.M. $4,875., 334-712-02251 2200. 1-334-475-1723 like new, $12,900 850
cal ordeais.17K /vS ~rtopMnign-kotar DU CHMAN '00 lite rear & side cameras. arat Car SalesLLC 1919 Jaguar 'l2 type X3.0 482-2994
33479-602 12vo tolinmoortravrel trailer, 22ft. Home theater sys. WMSt69580 Chew '03 Cavilier Ford 95' Mustang,Co- Sport $8495 West
hummin bird queen bed, excellent Leather euro recliner, HONDA '08 Fit Sort, WM t 9-8 wree ed $700. 334- Iwrtnabig $2500 850 Main Car Sales LLC ~~ 3e4 t
Home for Sale/ depth/fish inder, 2 condition $5,600 334- desk, King bed, Silver,5sp.4 .2wwetmncr 6-7876-5 91WetMn .
Lease Option aerated live: wells, 689-930 Brake-Buddy for tow W.10KLo dsales.com Chylr0'Tuig33-1-6 58So .
aluminum drive on DUTCHMAN '06, 25' car.Garage stored. bVery cSP~i~~lean, Z Like w. tal c oneti $6,900.11 WstMan
3/2Brik hme big wheel trailer, full Good condition. Many other options. $1,5.3375.334-794-6283
prr. 085 allc~BOC-~er $580.Sleeo 37kg89 rstsouisi'Craier Chnroo Ithr b Pontiac '01 Grand Am
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HARLEY '99 Soft-Tail Kawasaki '08 Vulcan 231 Massey.Fergu- .* =e GMC'95 dump truck,
Volkswagen '06 Bee Custom, Dimond Ice/ 900 custom, 2400 so 1541 hours, 38hp V-8 Allison trans.,
je 4odle e t Orkae 2 s dse n h d, W314-7di 8,0$ 500, g0TOd3c304 81 or
ed.$16,000.334-897. $10,500,684-1211. $5900.33 -692-3337 Bushho 9044 field 334-691-987
2497 or 334-672-1655 HARLEY Davidson '01 or 795-5421 ready, s elter'kept.
Volkswagon '69 Duel Road Kin Police Mojo Motor Scooter Hyun '02 Sante Fe $10,500 OBO. 334- Chevy '04 Silverado NISsan 01'
Port 1600, eng. over- 16,500 mi es. White, 'OS, 200mi, Blue. 168K $4295 West 347-4283 or 334-447- 3500, 1 Ton, Sharpe,
haul Dec. '08. New tIe clean & shop kept. $1650 850- 258-1638 Main Car Sales LLC 2572 Duramax, 6.6L, Dually FFOMief
rod, ball joints, steer- $11,000. 334-774-3663 Suzukl '07 Kin uad 1919 West Main St. Farm Equip.7500 Tow Pkg/power trail-
NISSAN 06 Altima, Ing dampner, no ma- HARLEY Davidson '03 700 4X4, auto trans 334-699-5880 LIsslIton Peanut pick- Ing mirrors, crew 4-dr. crew
es an.oAaudtod4- 33r4 -12 00. osaedcKI g 95"sta e koe wbl405nS100Ca- r O.PS Outplck- b,0 bed.Loaded cab SUNNY SOUTH PROPERTIES
runs well, sunroof,' Volkwa on '85 Golf cooler, many extra's. 080 334-585-2398. ( er $1000.726-4661. 2007 Copper Cannon
very clean, Like new. c3on .d$900 $10,500. 334-803-5008 - EMC Forrough Flexe Keysfone 5th wheel l..0aded. OUIDA
$15,500. 334 333-4655. Volvo '06 S40-T Kf vidso 07 &L nt e 3,3f Id 112 1 arp. $6 500. MORRIS
black, sunroof, bath' Excel., 6700 miles. 714- 850 or 334-299- $30,000. Offers! Broker/Owner
er, 6 CD, good condi- Extra's! 514.300. Jeep '02 Wrangler X, 3368 334-805-4906 080 334. Each Office is
tion.60Kmi.$13.500, 334.369-8139 .. SUV.5-spd.6-cyl.4 Lilliston.6000,field
334-475-1701 . 2 WD. 44K, Great cond. ready, shelter kept Independently Owned
NISSAN '06 Altima' VOLVO 06 XC90 Trium (Daytona $11,500. $1000. 334-347-4283 673-4630 and Operated
eS an.oAaudto 8EOditmo kpe)c95b li ST port 719-930-4976* or 334-447-2572 Nissan'08 Titan LE, 4630 Hwy. 90, Marianna, FL 32446

runs well, sunroof, ufactured.20K miles. 3b9 031 588 rd rang ER Sr 1 ,900 Crew Cab, Short Bed. (850) 526-2891 (office)
5rydlea3n I. en ta for $53P7205 Yamaha '02 Ra tor W ,Kc ise 1041, 334-687- '4 Ku y YOu Can Find Us On The Web
NISSAN'OSAltima 334-671B4ele24e Harle DNavidusson '07 ggg'eful leosad with E 4-d701- Oh vb005 il 0. Con Beau thg At: www.sunnysouthproperties.coln
Special Edition. Convertible Super Pearl Yellow, 6-spd., lously clean & fast, 5153. ns one owner. Immac. clean, warranty, Our E-Mail Address: c2iSunnyso@ael.com
62,300k, all ower Sharp! $250 down 3000 mi. Loaded. Like 334-805-0816 ulate. 334-793-0095 $29,995. 334-792-0650.
nroot t rs 09 T4nt0hd8all new! Always covered YAMAHA '04 Road C v t '9a5d nver- CHEVY '66. Custom
loy wheels. sch and garage kept. Star 1700 Silverado 122K, Ready to trave V8. ps/po, swb, auto.
mantanice at dealer Yamaha '07 FZ1low includes sundowner $4,800 334-695-0019 $3,000. 334-701-5516 runs & looks good.
since i bought looks miles.2K mi.$5,500. seat w/ backrest, Needs some work.
good, and runs eat 334-632-1100 windshield, rush $2,500. 334-735-5404

2[. 3muffle9rs. 15,995. YAMAHA'06 Jeep Liberty.20DO4. V6. 5 no,
ti etalic blu Roadstar 1700cc, 850- 594-3282
t on, charcoal int Camero *72 Dragcar, s Black, Motorcycle Great Condition, VERYNICEOLDER HOME that has been renovated and is in
r WDa/calarm, 477CIbig block. 5000miles. Vance CARFAX. Below Chevy'9045455.79K NI8 0 tnE verygoodcondition BeautifulfloorsLshapedlivingroomwith
alloys, dm/fm, Cr 0- 6- Hines Exhaust Sys- Retail Call 632-0144 Van, colrd @ mileh, new p Utdnd Auto trans only 5K bunen e b large utility roomFwith half bath, a a
c isen rv rdi p 2290 days, eyes. 850- tem. 4 helmets and1 Land Rover '06 Range 75,000 mi. Excellent, SEEl $9000,334-470- mow dW r. detached garage and spacious back yard with grape vine and large
PS, PW, sun ro 594- 9931 gel cushion. One Rover Super charged $4995. 334-790-7959. 3660 10pk, Tilt crt(ise bed bearing kumqual tree. MLS236097 $54,500.
$11,000 36305 Chevy 85 Silverado Harley Davidson '08 owner, garage kept. ow rery op- Chrysler '9ti Voyager Chevy '94 2500 ser- liner, running Eds
(334)618-4741 Com letely restored Anniversary Fat Bo Like new.$9000. 334- kept, 334-685-2 97 V6, auto, seats 8, les, regular cab, AT, $25,995 080 714-1142
idriver024@hotmail.c Exce ent condition c6pper-black, 6-sp ., 618-5833. power, am/fm cass, good condtion. $2800 STERLING '05 Tri-Axle
om 350 Engine $10,000 1300 mi. Loaded. new tires, NOW 0150..334-677-3953 or Dump Truck $47,500
Nissan 'OTAltima Firm (334)389-0554 Like new. $16,600, $1975 080 850-592- 334-701-7648 619-1041, 334-687-
2.5SL, Black, 34,200 334-726-6799. 2832 Dodge '03 2500 SLT, 5835
mi., bose stereo' Harley Davidson '08 Ford '98 Windstar, 4x4, Cumnilns delsel,. .,,. .
moon roof, spoiler' Electra Glide Classic $475 down 0% inter- leather seats, crew ,t?
leather mt. very 4000 miles, l year est. Daylight Auto Fl- cab, brush grd, 155K *
$20cl5e0an a 3 72- warranty left. Yamaha'07 VStar Lexus '00 RX300 128K dancing 1-800-470- mi, $13,700.445-6027 Toyota '04 4 Dr DbI BIG PRICE REDUCTION on this oversized mobile home
0702 or 334-432-0302. $17,000. 334-618-4430 1300 Tour, fuel inject- $ 995 West Main Car 0650 9am/9pm Dodge '08 und cab, Cab Tacoma, Sil- ver, loc ed a s, half cl red a remanung acreage n
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u ,r t s, Great prol car $4,500. m5an5y r2as.0$13,50 YAMAHA '08 V V-star r 793 94 / 333-1291 $1800. 334-792- 783 Bned Tiltecruise Hard
26K miles. $17,000. 334-774-2825' Harle Davidson '95 @ gr2 95 33148 3. Dodge '98 Ram 1500 A/C, AM, FM. Like
334-693-0830 M-BI929Gazelle kit Ultra 'ClassiciElec- 5454 Xcab.$575down,0% new.515.500 Firm.
Nissan '08 sentra car runs and looks tric Glide 30 yr anni- Mercedes '05 ML350, Interest Daylight Au- 334- 445-1683
Like New! Must Selli great. $3,750.334- versary $7,500 334- Yamaha 09 1300V tan, SUV. Auto.6-cyl. to Fmancing.1-800- *
$200 down $219 er 596-1694 695-4014 top g AWD.42,000, Loaded, 470-0650 9am/9pm
month Call Ron IIis Model A 1929, 2 dr, Harley Davidson '96 334 7 6-8174 Power steering, CD, Ford '03 F150 super-
(334) 714-0028 excellent driver, has Fatboy red & white. A/C, AM/FM, stereo, RY '01 V er cab V-838K mi. Seats

Oals mL p uC 85pT6632 K eat runs well, low miles 13 hd ex- nb 1 COTTAGE STYLE HOME with cypress tongue
can y app e re new leather int. verV 55.500 334-740-9155 1.814719 and groove throughout entire house. Has hardwood

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5817 PONTIAC 67 GTO 3076. ond house that could be used for storage.
Pontiac'06Vibe Excellenicondition. NOTICE IS HEREBY MLS236098 $35,000.
520,000 090. BLUE GIVEN BY THE JACK-
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4 Ify loaded, 115K $15,000.334-791-9115 334-73 -5404 of the Administration room and home has haid some updates. Front circular
mi.,$5,500,Call(334) Wanted:1997-1998 Building located at dnveway and fenced back yard. MLS 236930
797-0768 HONDA '03 Metro- Dodge Ram P/U 4X4 FORD 77 F100 2864 Madison Street, $69400.
olitan Scooter. or Chevrolet 4X4 will 6cy., shott wheel Marianna, Florida
SatT 96dL1 uns, fight yellow, low a cash 850-849- base, runs & looks on the 15th day, of
e0 K oh @ 334-797- ARCTIC CAT'07 700 m es, exc. cond* 0 2 Nancy. good. $2,500.00. October, 2009 at 9:00
2259 after EFI, 4x4,25001bwinch; $1200. 334-774-7108, 334-735-5404 a.m.
6pm Great cond. $4500., NIssan '07 Pathfinder Trucks-Heavy Duty
Subaru 1993 right 334-714-2978. Honda '03 Shadow SE, Black, Auto. 43K Comments are en-
hand drive steering. Ace Deluxe, 750 CC Fo 4 Explorer mi. leather int, 3rd courage. Anyone
wheel, new transmit* lots of accessories,' IM7iK $C84 a LC row seat, Like new. desiring information
ion,, bim belt, 000' 1919 West Main St. $17,500.334-897-0582. 3m3sonc t the PRICE REDUCED on this older updated home.
many more new 334-699-5880 Tahoe 07' LTZ 55K mi. Code Enforcement located in town. Has lovely kitchen with smooth top
parts, low mileage. Honda 06' Reflex Ford '98 Explorer black w/ tan int fully FORD'86 F-350 1 ton Office located at stove, nice oak cabinets and countertop bar separates
Call for more details 250cc 68 MPG gar* $575 down 0% inter- loaded, nav. $29,500 flatbed dum truck, 6 4487 Lafayette kitchen from living room. Three bedrooms, 2 baths.
229-524-2451 kept 1 owner exc est. Daylight Auto FI-, 334-333-6401 95 Fo F-800 urnp c 1.4 s $3, 00 080 Street, Mariannai* laminate floors, laundry room, screened back porch
Toyota '04 Sequoha, Big Dog '04 Ridge- $2, 50 393040-717-2866 handing. 1-800-470- ; truck, low miles, au- 9-33 -8520, 334- FIhoddea cn ct b and outside metal utility building MLS 236911
loaded. Great Condi- back, Hard-tail, 0650 9am/9pm ., Itallers*%"actbts iesel, $11 00 355-1202 087 during regular '
3i n.7 87000 OBO* 11,000 m(, $13,500. HONDA '08 CBR 1000, GMC '91 Jimmy 4x4, gg894-2315 Ford .'97 Ranger Ext business hours.
334-702-9988. 334- black&silver, 6-spd. 6.2 Diesel 4 in lift. 21-24ft boattrl, $1K, Cab, runs great. .
Toyota '07 Corolla LE 648-2425 4-cyl. 1468 miles, aluminum wheels obo or trade hunt. opota 03' Tacoma I.ooks good. $3400
Loaded, Great Gas runs well, warranty 12x36 Radial emi., 256-201-1697 runner dbi cab, V- 050.334-493-7712 1JllUU UU
Mileage $500 down Harley '00 na Wide 4 Swampers PS PB, all options
$250 per month Glide, blu Iver, Like new, inclu es AC, Auto, AI M CD 22ft SeaRay, $1500 exc. cond GMC 93' Sonoma 3rd 117/175 Tr ft
Call Steve Hatcher 5200 mile $9,500, riding gear, $10,000 $4800 obo. 850-762- obo/trade for hubt must seel $14,700. dr. 37K mi. $7,200. II
(334) 791-8243 334-596-1694 OBO. 334-796-5596. 9333 eqp. 256-201-1657 334-794-3525 334-794-6283. VERY UNIQUE PROPERTY, 71 acres of which


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