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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: xx
Copyright Date: 2009
Frequency: daily (except saturday and monday)[<1979-1995>]
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Subjects / Keywords: 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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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
General Note: "Independent."
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Volume ID: VID00152
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SUNDAY


A study in humanity


French couple walk the world and meet it face to face


BY KATE McCARDELL
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
Laetitia Casareto and
William Guimaraes attended
school and learned a lot about
the world, but they knew that
they could learn more about it
by experiencing it for them-
selves.
, For a first-hand study on
humanity, Casareto, 23, and
Guimaraes, 26, set out on foot
to travel the globe. They
passed through Jackson
County last week, and are most
likely walking somewhere in
the eastern Panhandle as you
read this.
Their 14,000 mile trek from
Miami to Argentina isn't the
first trip they've made and it
won't be their last, they said.
Without any sponsorship,
the pair, who hail from France,
.are walking a minimum of 20
miles per day, between about 8
a.m. and 5 p.m.
Due to a three-month Visa,
the travelers don't stay in one
place for long, determined to
reach their destination on


schedule.
They rely on the kindness of.
strangers for sleeping quarters,
but not in very intrusive way.
"We ask them can we put
our tent in their yard for .the
Nightt" said Casareto.
"Sometimes it's yes, some-
times it's no," said Guimaraes.
,"But if it's no, it's okay. We
know sometimes people are
afraid and it's okay. We just
move on to next hbuse."
And sometimes, people
insist that the two' stay inside
their homes, or invite the cou-
ple to dinner, said Casareto.
Because they are walking,
. the two don't carry much, only
the basics. They do have one
. "comfort" item each, and for
both of them, it is an electric.
shaver.
Not every day of the trip is
fun, and sometimes the weath-
er tests their limits, they said.
"We learn that your mind
can get you' through so much
more than your body says,".
said Casareto.
Guimaraes said he's learned
from his travels that people are


very different from country to-
country, but there is one com-
monality.
"People are good. I've been
many places and only very few
people are truly bad," said
Guimaraes.
The two said they have seen
'better in Americans than they
expected.
"On French TV, Americans
are closed off, afraid, always
carrying guns around." said
Casareto. "We learn here they
are not so much. They are very
nice and hospitable."
Why are they walking?
"Because we are young,"
said Casareto. "We %\ant to see
for ourselves what the %% world is
like, how people really are."
This trip ends in Argentina
for a specific, reason, said
Guimaraes.
"After that, there is "no peo-
ple. Only ocean and
Antarctica," said Guimaraes. ,
Take a look at some of the
places the pair haie been by
x siting their Web site.
x\ \\w .turnoftheworld.com .


Laetitia Casareto and William Guimaraes passed through Jackson
County on their way to Argentina. Mark Skinner/Floridan


SES kids


rock the vote

BN DEBORAH BLICKHALTER
F '-.-. o a s l E'A

Students at Sneads Elementary, School par-
ticipated in a mock election Thursda
About 6010 youngsters s cast their ballots.
including kindergartner, according to princi-
pal Cher1 IMcDaniel.
The kindergarten and first grade set voted
%%ith a picture ballot, rather than just seeing
names. MckDaniel said.
The 5th grade Beta Club managed the elec-
tion. a, the\ did "hen the school held its first
mock election tour years ago.
McDaniel said the young poll-
%%orkers were impress'qe
"I don't kno% '"hat I enjoyed
irost. watchingg the kids vote. or
watching, those fifth graders go
through the process. They had to
'erifN the identification ot "ot-
ers. and the manN other things
that go into putting on an elec-
tion The\ learned a lot of things,
going into this that its 'er
important that the, staN neutral
as poll workerss for instance.
The, kneo theN couldn't %ear
an% campaign gear or anything.
and and thie kne, nhat to dio
% hen some of the kids %ere ask-
ing them ho% they should %ore.
Some e'en asked me. and it %as
an oppottunji. to demonstrate
the idea and importance of mk- Top photo: Sneads Elementary School second grader Kaitlyn
ing your own choices and the Puchala looks over her choices before voting in a mock election
privilege of the secret ballot, at the school Thursday.
They had little privacy shields Center photo: Sneads Elementary School :second graders Alisha
and we tried to make it as realis- Craven and Dylan Driggers cast their votes during a mock pres-
tic as possible." idential election at the school Thursday. Republican John McCain
Before the mock election, she won with 332 with Democratic Barrack Obama receiving 227.
said, the older students Gloria La Riva with the Party for Socialism and Liberation and
researched the candidates and Brian Moore with the Socialist Party USA both received on vote.
had other opportunities to lean Bot y
about the electionpp process. Bottom ph6to: The picture ballots used by 1 st'graders and kinder-


The kindergartners had been partners.
learning things in their Weekly
Reader also, McDaniel said.
And teachers also talked with students about
the fundamentals of voting rights. For instance,
the empowering aspects of voting were discussed,
along with the fact that you can'either reveal how
you vote or keep it- to yourself.
McDaniel. said she hopes the exercise will have
a long-lasting effect on the children, helping them
become consistently active voters in their adult-
hood.
"I was amazed at some of the things I heard the
kindergartners saying after they voted. They were
talking among themselves, and some of them
were telling how they voted. One of them asked
another why they voted the way they did, and this
kid said 'for economic reasons.' That blew me
away."
'The voting started around 9:30 a.m. in the
school media center and was done by about 1
p.m., she said.
The results of their election?
John McCain got 332 votes, Barack Obama got
227, and a couple of minor party candidates
scored one vote each. Gloria La Riva, of they
Party for Socialism and Liberation, Brian Moore


Photos By Mark Skinner
for the Socialist Party USA were the fortunate
two.
Jackson County Supervisor of Election Sylvia;
Stephens provided 'I voted' stickers for the stu-,
dents. McDaniel said they attached them with
pride, as they left the polling area.


See Page 7A for info on what
adult voters are contemplating
as election day nears.


Political sign complaints are

few locally, officials say


BY KATE McCARDELL
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER

Although a few Jackson
County residents have reported
vandalization or removal of polit-
ical signs from their properties.
local la\\ enforcement agencies
sa\ the\'%e received a minimal
number of complaints in this
election year.
The Jackson County Sheriff's
. Qffic.reported onlh a few com-rn
pfaiaiis regarding residents' polit-
ical signs.
Sneads Police Department.
Graceville Police Department and
Cottondale Police Department all
reported that they have not had
.any complaints filed for such' a
matter. .
Marianna Police Department
said there might have been one or
two, but no more than that. "
'The few residents who have
experienced vandalism or
removal of their signs have not
. taken it likely.
In October, Nadine Long and
her family placed three signs in
her yard.
They read "My family's free-
dom of choice was violated. Our


Obama sign was stolen.
Perpetrators put t(\o McCain
signs in its place. What's next
Jackson' County, a cross burning
in our yard?"
Just a couple weeks later, resi-
dent Tabitha Branch found that
her John McCain political sign
\\as stolen and replaced by a
Barack Obama sign.
'"M\ sign %was out there for sev-
eral weeks, then during the night
someone rerno' ed it and replaced
it with an Obama." said Branch.
"It feels like your freedom is
dwindling away when you can't
even put your choice of candi-
date's sign in your own yard with-
out someone harassing you. This
is stupid, people. Choose for
yourself, and don't tamper with
my choice," said Branch. At the
time, Branch said she planned to
replace the Obama sign with six
new McCain signs.
"We need to stand up for
McCain like others are standing
up for Obama," she commented.
Pretty soon, people will begin
removing political signs from
their own yard, with the General
Election set for this Tuesday.


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slight change of afternoon
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Street Address:
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Marianna, FL 32446
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whether such error is due to the
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submissions.


November 2 Sunday
The fourth annual Sunday Afternoon with
the Arts Artists reception at the Chipola Art
Center is from 1 to 5 p.m. Free admission;
free parking. Art exhibit plus hands-on art
opportunities, art demonstrations, live
music, refreshments and door prizes for the
entire family..
Blue Springs Society, C.A.R. will meet at
1:30 p.m.,'at Caverns Road Church of Christ
in Marianna. The program will explore the
connection between the U.S. Constitution'
and the" Native American "Great Law of
Peace." Activities for all age groups.
Contact Mary Robbins at 209-4066 or
snoopyxii60@hotmail.com. .

November 3 Monday
The Chipola College.,Chamber Chorus
invites all area singers to join with the cho-
rus in singing a portion of their Fall
Concert on Monday, Nov. 24. Rehearsals
are Monday evenings from 6:30 to 8:30
p.m., Nov. 3, 10, and 17. Call Joan
Stadsklev at 718-2301, or e-mail stad-
sklevj@chipola.edu..
The Campbellton Senior Citizens meeting
scheduled for Nov. 3 is cancelled die to
voter registration process in the Community
Center. Seniors are reminded to call Town
Hall and get on the list. for the Town of
Campbellton's annual Seniors' Thanksgiving
Luncheon, set for Nov. 15. CSC meets next
on Dec. 1, for Christmas covered dish/gift
exchange. Call 263-8145.
Alcoholics Anonymous has an open
meeting each Monday, from 8 to 9 p.m., at
the First. United Methodist Church, 2901
Caledonia ESt.,. Marlanna. Meet in the AA
room.


MARIANNA POLICE
The Marianna Police Department
listed the following incidents for
Oct, 31, the latest available report:
One traffic accident, two. reckless'
drivers, two suspicious persons,
one highway obstruction, two bur-
glaries, two larceny complaints,
one vandalism complaint, one
obscene/threatening phone call,
one illegally parked vehicle, two
juvenile complaints, one noisd
complaint, one animal complaint,
two assists of other agencies, four
public service calls, 21 traffic
stops, and one disabled vehicle.
JACKSON COUNTY SHER-
IFF'S OFFICE
The Jackson County Sheriff's
Office listed the following inci-
dents for Oct.31, the latest avail-
able report: One abandoned vehi-


The Jackson County Transportation
Disadvantaged Coordinating Board (TDCB),
meets at 10 a.m., in the-JTrans Office con-
ference room, 3988 Old Cottondale Rd.,.
Marianna. Those requiring, special accom-'
modations at the meeting due td disability
can call Vanita Anderson, (850) 674-4571 or.
e-mail arpc7@gtcom.net.
The National Multiple Sclerosis Society
2009, Walk MS event for Jackson and sur-
roundting counties is set for March 28.
Registration begins Nov. 3. For information
on forming a team, call 526-5873 or 579-'
3935, or visit www.nationalmssociety.org/fln
and click "Events" then "walk MS."
Quit Smoking :Now classes begin at 6'
p.r;i., in the Jackson Hospital Cafeteria Board
Room. The free program features curriculum
developed by ex-smokers 'for those who
want to become ex-smokers; free Nicotine
Replacement Therapy available for partici-
pants. Call Brigitta Nuccio, 718-2562 to reg-
ister.
The Chipola Regional Workforce
Development Board's Youth Development;
Council meeting is at 11 ,a.m., in the
Workforce Board Office community, room.
Call 382-5164.
AARP Chapter No. 3486's board meets at.
.1:30 p.m., in the Marianna library.,
Chainsaw Safety Training session, 5:30-
6:30 p.m., at the new Jackson County
Emergency Operations Center, 2819
Panhandle Rd., Marianna., R.S.V.P. to
Richard Caputo, .718-0082 or
caputo.richard@gmail.com.
Emerald Coast Hospice's volunteer meet-
ing is at 5:30 p.m., at the Wynn Street
Marianna office; light meal and beverage
provided. ECH provides training and sup-,


port. Call 526-3577.
The Sneads Carlisle Rose Garden Club
meets at the Log 'Cabin in Sneads, for its
annual Thanksgiving Dinner. 'Meeting starts
at 11 a.m.; luncheon at 11:30 a.m.
The Town of Grand Ridge's Planning and
Zoning meeting starts at 6,p.m., in the Grand
Ridge Town Hall. Call 592-4621.

November 4 Tuesday
.* The Jackson ,County Democratic .
Executive Committee's election night event
starts at 6 p.m., in the Ag Center on Highway
90 West in Marianna, with free food and
entertainment and big screen televisions to
monitor county, state and national election
results. The DEC also offers rides to the polls
today, election day. Call Judy Mount at 272-
1551.

November 5 Wednesday
The. Jackson County Development
Council, Inc. offers "Steps to Starting a
Small Business," a small business technical
workshop, from 1-4 p.m., in the Nearing
Court Office Building,'upstairs conference
room, 2840 Jefferson St., Marianna. Cost:
$15 per person, due in advance.
Reservations required. Call Toni or Roy at
526-4005. Registration closes at 5 p.m.,
Nov. 3. -
The Chipola Regional Workforce
Development Board's.Career Council meet-
ing is at 11 a.m., in.the Workforce Board
Office community room. Call 382-5164.
** The Florida State Conference and the
Jackson County NAACP branch will host a
town hall meeting at 6'p.m., in the County
Commission building on Madison Street,
east of the courthouse-in Marianna.


POLICE ROUNDUP


cle, two alarms, one animal corn- booked into the county jail during
plaint, two dead persons (natural the latest available reporting peri-
causes), three disturbances, one ods:
drug investigation, two fights in Clarence Holden, 37, 4711 CR
progress reported, two 162, Marianna, introduction of
forgery/fraud complaints, one controlled substance, possession of
found proper- controlled substance, driving under
ty report, mLA _- .-_- the influence.
gas leaks i, -' J.:r Crystal. Allen, 31, 4052 Old
reported, t\o --' Cottondale Road, Marianna, viola-
escorts, one,r'RI] NME tion of court order.
missing per- -- Lanell Barnes, 27, 1726 Martin
son, two pub- Luther King Ave., Clearwater, vio-
lic service calls, six suspicious inci- lation of conditional release, failure
dents, two threats, 12 traffic acci- to appear.
dents, two transports, one trespass- Jason Baker, 30, 1051 Falling
ing complaint, and one warrant Waters Road, Chipley, violation of
arrest. state-probation.
James Yelle, 23, 2933
Wildwood Circle, Marianna,
JACKSON COUNTY COR- worthless checks.
RECTIONAL FACILITY Jimmy Strickland, 27, 926
The following persons were Pelham Ave., Graceville, driving


under the influence.
Jose Diaz, 47,'4431 Highway
2, Malone, no driver's license.
Lilton Glover, 51, 5225 Old
U.S. Road, Marianna, possession
of paraphernalia, burglary of a con-
veyance, petit larceny.
Norris Wynn, .31, 2687 Seals
Lane, Cottondale, possession of
marijuana with intent to sell, pos-
session of marijuana, possession of
drug paraphernalia, aggravated
fleeing and eluding, resisting arrest
without violence.
JAIL POPULATION:207
To report a crime, call
CrimeStoppers at 526-5000.
To report a wildlife violation,
call 1-888-404-FWCC (3922).


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EDITORIAL


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Publisher: Valeria Roberts


Our Opinion



Vote


McCain

These are uncertain times for the
United States, and many Americans
place the responsibility on the.
doorstep of the White House -
deservedly so, in most cases.
In the eight years since George W.
Bush took the oath of office, the
United States has become mired in
wars in Afghanistan and Iraq without
an end game on either front. Freedoms
we have enjoyed for more than 200
years have been drastically curtailed.-
Our reputation on the world stage has
been sullied and our economy is in the
toilet.
Voters have an opportunity to speak
out for drastic change on Tuesday.
Bush, a Republican, got us into this
mess, they may believe. It'll take
someone who is not a Republican to
get us out of it, they'll say.
We urge voters to keep their gut
reactions in check. With a mark on a
ballot, they may help send us out of
-the pan and into the fire.
For all President Bush's shortcom-
ings, we must realize that one man '
alone did not get our nation into the
shape it's in today. The president's
advisors are culpable for the war, as
are members of Congress, which is far
from powerless in this situation.
Congress also shoulders a great,deal
of the blame for the economic deba-
cle. President Bush may well be
remembered as the worst president in
U.S. history, but he had a lot of com-
pany.
However, Bush's failures should not
send voters running for the first
Democrat to come down the pike.
That appears to be the case with
Sen. Barack Obarna, -who has been a
phenomenon this campaign season.
He's eloquent and charismatic. He's a
Harvard-educated lawyer who looks
good in a suit. He has drawn millions
of followers and caused countless
nonvoters to register for the first time.
But he has not proved that he has
the ability to lead.' ; ,
We concede that Sen. Obama is a
promising statesman, that much of the
invective slung his way is overstated,
misrepresented or outright false.
We're proud to see a candidate of
color rise to the precipice of the
nation's highest office. He's youthful
and vigorous, and has become an
international celebrity.
But his experience on the national
stage is limited and we still don't
know whether he has the ability to
lead.
The next four years will present sig-
nificant challenges to our nation's
leaders. Those tasks will require expe-
rience, level-headedness 'and, above all
else, strength of character forged in
the fires of strife.
The cure for America's ills can only
be found in a conservative administra-
tion. And that conservatism exists
only in the Republican team.
The Jackson County Floridan
endorses John McCain for president.


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Writer asks: Does
your candidate have
the right stuff?

Dear Editor:
In all of this rhetoric about
the election, I have to ask, does
no one know how our govern-m
ment is run and where the
power for "change" truly lies?
Our founding fathers were
very. wise in this aspect in the
checks and balances embedded
in our government.
Everyone is complaining
that they don't want another
.eight .years of the same. It is.
"ern easy to blame the .
.President for our current siaie
of affairs, however the House
of Representatives and the
Senate must take responsibili-
ty, if not more, than the
President. Also, we as individ-
ual must take responsibility in
how we vote for congressmen.
and what we tolerate as a sbci-
ety.
To find out what power the
president really has I took out
one of my children's books
entitled "Great American
Presidents" It states: The
President:
Submits proposals to
Congress for regulatory, social,
and economic reforms.
Appoints federal judges with
the Senate's approval.
Prepares treaties with for-
eign nations to be approved by
the Senate.
Can veto laws passed by '
Congress.
Acts as commander in chief
of the military to oversee mili-
tary strategy and actions.
Appoints members of the
Cabinet and many other agen-
cies and administrations with
the .Senate's approval.
Can declare martial law
(control of local governments
within the country) in times of
national crisis.
You may be voting for the
candidate that has the best tax
plan for you personally. The
President is one person that
must convince 435
Representatives and 50
Senatorstors to vote for a bill.
African Americans- You
might be voting for a fellow
African American because he
is one of your own that prom-
ises to make "change" for
America. Again, he/she is one-
person.
Our founding fathers built
many checks and balances into
our system. So with the limited
powers the President has, What
criteria should one use in
choosing for this office?
I first look at the moral fiber
and character of a person. As a
Christian I could never vote for
anyone who thinks it is OK to
kill a baby. Second, I look at
past, present, and future asso-
ciations. You certainly can't
believe everything you hear or


to vote the best i can oasea on
the criteria outlined above. It is
important to me, as it should
be to you, to want someone
who is morally grounded and
of excellent character. He/She
should be able to make good
decisions while surrounding
himself/herself with other
quality individuals that can
keep this country as close to
-that the founding fathers
intended.
Diana Edwards
Marianna

Writer says 'vote, or
don't complain',

Dear Editor:
Here we are about 4 weeks
to a historic election, with
either the first black American
or the first women VP so if
you' are a registered voter and
don't vote and it doesn't turn
,out the way you want it to,
don't complain' you had your
chance to vote and you elected
not to so.All the registered vot-
ers get out and vote.
I remember back in 1978 or
so the then Governor Ronald
Ragan pledged to get the coun-
try away from the use of for-
eign oil and strengthen our
military and he did a great job
in the white house, my ques-
tion is this? What have we
been doing in Washington for
the past 30 years on the oil sit-
uation? I heard Senator Bill
Nelson say that we need to do
the same'thing some 30 years
later! It has been lately we are
seeing the car makers and oil
companies going green!! I
remember that we had wind-
mills coming out in '75,'76 or
so and the ads were that we
could sell electric back to the
electric company's they didn't
stay around long Why? I think
the oil company's and the elec-
tric company's were going to
start to lose money and shut
that operation down,' where
would we be today if they
were still around? by the way
they are making a come back.
Now the ads are showing solar
power which has also been
around a long time or are or are we
just coming back to something
that works?
We need to drill of the coast
of Florida to explore new wells
and sources of energy, explore
opening up our own wells we
already have in the U.S. and
use the pipe line that runs to
Alaska. I feel we have the
sources right here to keep-
America going and cut down
on foreign oil and get the price
back down where it belongs.
The weather is now getting
cooler and I would like to keep
in your mind that with the gas
prices going up that there are
more motorcycles obt on the
roads and we all have to share
so I am asking everyone to


look twice: motorcycles are
evervyw here. We can get along
on the roads. It is hard to tell
the distance of a motorcycle at
a glance. just like the big rigs
on the highways if we all look
twice we all can have a good
holiday season that is coming
up.
Sincerely,
John Weigel
NMarianna

Writer praises
hospital and it's staff

Dear Editor:
I had this misfortune of
developing a renal stone this
morning. Tuesday. October 28,
2008. Fortunately; I was able
to drive myself.to Jackson
Hospital emergency depart-
ment. I would like to express
m) gratitude and commenda-.
tion to the hospital personnel
for their professionalism, com-
passion and expertise.
At the outset, I was greeted
by a young lady whom I can't
name but, it was ob\ ious to me
that she knew I was in dire
straits so. she put me on the
"fast track" to receive help. I
was then processed by a young
man where the typical history'
and vital signs tere taken, and
immediately taken to a room
for consultation and examina-
tion by Dr. Duane Hemng. Dr.
Herring was kind, thorough
and decisive in his plan of
care. After examination his pri-
mary concern was to reduce
my discomfort with the proper
- medication, followed by per-
formance of an abdominal CT.
The radiology staff could not
have been more-thoughtful! Dr.
Herring followed up with an
explanation of the diagnostic
results and gave specific
instructions upon my dis-
charge.
I am now resting comfort-
ably at home. It is nice to
know. that we have individuals
such as this that are ready to,
serve our community as the
need arises. Kudos to Jackson,
Hospital, Dr. Herring and his
fine team of professionals .

John W. Kurpa, D.C..DAB.CN.
SMarianna


Writer details objections
to Amendment 2

Dear Editor:
Vote No on Amendment 2
1. Hurting seniors:
Amendment 2 could force sen-
iors to choose between impor-
tant benefits like sharing health
care and important government
benefits.
2. Taking away benefits:
Amendment 2 could take away
existing benefits and protec-
tions from ALL unmarried
partners in Florida.
Similar amendments have
had this effect in other states.
3. It's already illegal: Florida
already has 4 sections in
statute that ban the recognition
of same-sex marriage. This
amendment is piling on.
4. Massive government
intrusion: Amendment 2 puts
the government where it does-
n't belong regulating the
personal relationships of
Floridians.
5. Lawyers waging expen-
sive legal battles: Amendment
2 could force unmarried
Floridians to hire expensive
private lawyers just to protect
their basic legal rights.
6. Dramatic Consequences:
Amendment 2 could take away
job benefits from university
employees and be used as a
defense to domestic violence
charges as in other states
that passed similar amend-
ments.

Sincerely,
Zoya Martin
Marianna


Writer says make an
informed choice

To voters seeking change:
Before we pick a candidate to
provide change, we need to
understand his role in our cur-
rent situation. We do not live
in a monocracy (government
by one); we live in a democra-
cy governmentt by the people).
Why is it that we are encour-
aged to assign blame for our


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current economic situation to
"failed Bush economic poli-
cies.
In a democracy, it's "'we the
people" who are ultimately
responsible for our govern-
ments successes and failures:
we exercise our control by
holding our elected officials
accountable for their actions.
Of our three branches of go\ -
erment. executive, legislative,
and judicial, which branch
"makes policy?" Is it not the
legislauve branch? The legisla-
five branch creates law, the;
judicial branch interprets law
and the executive branch car-
ries out or executes law,
although we recognize that the
our president can exercise his
leadership position to introb
duce bills to congress as well
as veto bills from congress.
We would be wise to focus
on the current candidates and
their track records rather than
if \\e like George Bush, and
approve of him. Which sena-
tor, Barack Obama or John
NMcCain, based on their voting
records, will encourage con-
gress to make the changes that
we need? Which senator was
part of the problem? Be careful
accepting the candidate's o\\ n
explanation of their record.
Satisfy yourself: it's your gov-
ernment.
Joel Edwards
NMarianna

Writer will support
whoever.wins

Dear Editor:
Whoever wins...
I wanted to say something
that has been on my heart for
awhile now. I wanted to write
several times but this is the,
time! I was bom here in 1939
and raised right here in
Marianna. I was here in the"
pre-,1964 years and I had sev-
eral black friends who stole
water-melons and peanuts with
"'us !white boys', whose parents
treated me like family. I cannot
say I was totally unbiased
(being raised in that era), but I
have never been racist! I real-
ize now how the black com-
munity was denied some of the
privileges I was fortunate to
enjoy. However, my brothers
and I came up pretty hard by
some standards and easy by
others. I watched poor white
and black kids grow up and
make something of them-
selves.
I tried to treat everyone the
same. I also want to say that I
have seen racism on both sides
of the color bar 'and I believe
this election has done more to
polarize the races than any-
thing has since 1964. Let's
don't let that happen! It would
be a shame is the first black
man to-run for president was
the basis (not blame), for such
a division. Most of the black
community deserves better
than that!
I want to tell my white and
black friends and brothers and
sisters that I will not partici-
pate in this division! My black
friends are still my friends and
will be until they choose dif-
ferent! I tell jokes about old
codgers and short people(
which I definitely am), differ-
ent nationalities, colors, and
overeaters (which I also am),
but I don't mind being called a
'cracker' or 'whitey', and I
think that it would weaken me
to be offended! It demonstrates
insecurity! We must not let the
fact that a black man is run-
ning for president of this great
nation divide us.
I promise to pray for
whichever one wins and trust
God! He will be my president
even though I did or did not
vote for him. We still have a
Senate and House of
Representatives in Washington.
Most of all I want to remind
everyone, Including Obama and
McCain, that the Scrip-tures
says that "..God rules in the
kingdom of MEN and appoints
over it whomsoever He wills!"
That gives me comfort. We
may elect them, but God will
divinely appoint them so that
they will be answerable to Him
more than to their supporters!
He does this because they will
be leading His people!
If you trust God, quit curs-
ing everything and pray. If you
don't trust Him, well... sorry!
Jack Hollis
Marianna
















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I n 1934 she married
Andrew J. (Jack)
McMullian and they had 68
,. years together. He passed
away in 2002. They lived in
Marianna for 60 years,
S. reared their four children
there and- became a vital
part of the community.
Mrs. McMullian played
S the piano beautifully and in
S_ earlier years was much in
S. demand to accompany
soloist, quartets, and other
o .. groups for special gather-
S ings. She was a member of
_. the First-United Methodist
S Church of Marianna where
.= 'she was very. active in the
Morning Circle of the
United Methodist Women
and a participant in many
other church activities. For
41 years she attended.
_4 __ church services at the
Dellwood Methodist
Church on Sunday-after-
noons where she played the
piano and. taught Sunday
school.
Her family was the focus
of her life, and she was
much loved as a mother,
grandmother and great-
grandmother. Of course,
she was a good cook and
the. grandchildren looked
forward to that when they
came to see her.
She is survived by three
sons, Andy McMullian and
wife, Betty, of Tallahassee,
Amos McMullian and wife,
Jackie, of Thomasville, Ga.,
and Saunders McMullian
and wife, Sara, of New
York City; one daughter,
Cherry Klappas and hus-
band, Tony, of Dellwood;
nine grandchildren, Alice
Shirey, Ryals McMullian
Jr., Britton Josey, Christy
Gumberg, Sharon
S McMullian, Rob Eaton,
Teri Sands, Maria Hicks
and Pete Klappas; and 14
great-grandchildren.
She is also survived by a
sister, Mozelle, Olive, of
Webb, Ala.; a sister-in-law,
Louise McMullian of
Tallahassee; many nieces
and nephews, as well as
great-nieces and -nephews.
Mrs. McMullian will be
greatly missed by a host of
other relatives and friends.
The family appreciates
Gail. Hall, Nadine Hagen,
Shelly Hood and all the
caregivers for their loving
care of Mrs. McMullian.
Also, the family is grateful
to Dr. Joe Gay and to
Emerald Coast Hospice for
their loving care and com-
passion.
The funeral will be
Tuesday, Nov. 4, at 2 p.m.
CST, at the Dellwood
Methodist Church with Dr.
Bob McKibben officiating.
Interment will follow at the
church cemetery with
James & Sikes Funeral
Home Maddox Chapel
directing.
Visitation will be
Monday, Nov. 3, from 6 to
8 p.m. CST, at the Ryals
Home in Dellwood. Also,
the family will receive
friends after the funeral
service Tuesday, at
Dellwood Farms.
The family requests that
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She was preceded in
death by her. parents,
Thomas and Eva Hewett;
brothers, Lowell Hewett,
Lewis Hewett, and Frank
Hewett; and sisters,
Jeanette Wolfe and Carolyn
Wierman.
Survivors include her-
loving husband.of 55 years,
Horace Skipper of Bascom,
her 'son, Ricky 'Skipper and
wife, Bonnie Bess, of
Marianna; daughters,
Sharon Peeler and husband,
Bobby, of Bascom, .and
Donna Stephens. and hus-
band, Carl, of Sneads;
brothers, Royce Hewett of
New Port Richey, Kenneth
Hewett of Harlem, Ga., and
Nick Hewett of Bacom; six
grandchildren; and 13
great-grandchildren.
Services will be Sunday,
Nov. 2, at 2 .p.m., in: the
.Circle Hill Baptist Church
with the Rev..John Holley
and Mr. Monroe Campbell
officiating. Interment will
follow in the Circle Hill
Church Cemetery.
Visitation \ ill be held one
hour prior to ser% ice.
If you % ish, contributions
may be made to Covenant
Hospice of MNarianna.
lMarianna Chapel Funeral
Home is in charge of
arrangements. .
Expressions of sympathy
may be subnutted online at
v. %\ w.mariannachapelfh.co


Marianna Chapel
Funeral Home
3960 Lafayette St.
Marianna, FL 32446
(850) 526-5059

Vivan C. Keller


Vivan C. Keller, 91, of
Marianna" passed away on
Saturday Nov. 1, 2008, at
-his home.
Memorial services will
be announced at a later
date.
Marianna Chapel Funeral
Home is in charge of
arrangements.
Expressions of sympathy
may be submitted online at
www.mariannachapelfh.co
m.

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

Russell Howard Holloway

Mr. Russell Howard
Holloway, 83, a native 'of
Jackson County and life-
long resident of Sneads,
passed. away at his home
after a sudden illness. He
had retired" as Unit 24
Supervisor after 29 years
with the Florida State
Hospital in Chattahoochee.
He was a member of the
Sneads First Assembly of
God Church in Sneads, a
loving father to his family
and friend to many.
Visitation with the family
will be at Lanier-Andler
Funeral Home in Sneads
from 4 to 6 p.m. CST,
Sunday, Nov. 2, 2008.
Funeral services will be
held at the Sneads First
Assembly of God Church in
Sneads at 10 a.m. CST,
Monday, Nov. 3, with inter-
ment following at Shady
Grove Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers, he
wished that donations be
made to the Sneads First
Assembly of God Church,
2062 River Rd., Sneads,
FL, 32460.
Mr. Holloway is survived
by his two daughters,
Phyllis Folsom of
Tallahassee, and Nancy
Andler of Sneads; three
sons, Raymond, Greg and
John Holloway, all of
Sneads; a dear frierid,
Alfred "Buddy" Mills and
family of Sneads; 13 grand-
children; and 12 great-
grandchildren.
Lanier-Andler Funeral
Home in charge of arrange-
ments.


Hugh B. Segrest Jr., 81',
of Graceville passed away
Thursday,. Oct. 30, 2008, at
the Campbellton-Graceville
Hospital. '
Graveside services, will
be at 2 p.m., Sunday, Nov.
2, at Marvin Chapel
Cemetery with Dr. Jerry
Witdsor officiating, assist-
ed by the Rev. Dan Rhodes,
James & Lipford Funeral
Home in Grace ille direct-
ing. Those wishing .may
make memorials to the First
United Methodist Church
in Graceville, P.O. Box 376
Graceville,. FL, 32440,
Covenant Hospice, 4440.
Lafayette St., Suite C,
Marianna, FL, 32446, or a
charity of your choice. .
Born Dec. 6, 1926,;"in'
Coffee Spnns,. Ala.. to the
late Hugh B. and Mildred
Harris Segrest Sr. ;.'he has.
been associated with Boy
Scouts, been a Scout
Master, WW II Vet, Mason,
Shriner, V.F.W., Elks Club,
boiled peanut boiler .aid
salesman, shoeshine boy,
newspaper deliverer via
bike, dairyman, fryer' pro-
'ducer, cream buyer, truck
driver, watermelon clipper,
packer, shipper, produce
handler, seed peddler,
somewhat of an Auburn
fan, a proud father, a proud-
er grandfather and a loving
husband. He did enjoy fish-
ing.
Pallbearers are Mike
Toole, Griff Toole,. Pat
Burdeshaw, Dan
Burdeshaw, Rusty Merritt,
Rob Martin, Chuck Martin,
Jimmy Davis, and John
Barker Turner.
Honorary pallbearers are
Methodist Men's Club,
Segrest Feed & -.Seed
Company employees past
and present.
He is survived by his
beloved wife Patty Segrest
of Graceville; two daugh-
ters, Julie .Young and hus-
band, Lyle, 6f Chipley,
Nancianne Watson and hus-
band, Timmy, of
Graceville; brother, Tony
Segrest of Dothan, Ala.;,
two sisters, Lydianne
Merritt and husband,
Harold, of Slocomb, Ala.;
Susan Cox and husband,
Johnny, of Ozark, Ala.; five
grandchildren, Allen
Corbin and wife, Mallory,.
Julianne Corbin, Alianne
Watson, Hannah Young and
Annalaura Watson; one
great-grandson,' Bo Corbin;
and special extended fami-
ly, Becky Owens and
Bessie Gainer.


Marianna Chapel
Funeral Home
3960 Lafayette St.
Marianna, FL 32446
(850) 526-5059

Annie Marian Skipper


Annie Marian Skipper,
73, of Bascom passed away
on Thursday, Oct. 30, 2008,
in the Long Term Care
Hospital at SAMC, Dothan,
Ala. She was a lifelong res-
ident of this area and was a
member of the Circle Hill
Baptist Church. Mrs.
Skipper enjoyed spending
time with her family and
flower gardening. She had
retired from Sunland. She
and her husband, Horace,
spent good times fishing in
their early years together.


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Notice of Public

Hearing to Consider an

Amendment of the

Comprehensive Plan

for the Town of Bascom

The Town of Bascom proposes to amend its
Comprehensive Plan Capital Improvements
Element. The amendment updates the Capital
Improvement Plan and Schedule of Capital
Improvements as required by Part II, Chapter
163, Florida Statutes. A public hearing to .
consider the adoption of the proposed
amendment will be held on November 13,
2008 .at 6:00 p.m. (CDST), or as soon as can
be heard in the Meeting Hall, 4969 Basswood
Road, Bascom, FL.

More information can be obtained and the
proposed land use change may be inspected at
Bascom Town Hall, 4969 Basswood Road,
Bascom, FL 32423
(telephone: 850-569-2007).

Persons wishing to comment may do so in
person at the public hearing or by writing to
the Town of Bascom, 4969 Basswood Road,
Bascom, Florida 32423.

If an individual decides to appeal any
decision made by the commission with
respect to this meeting, a verbatim transcript
may be required. If so, the individual should
make provision for a transcript to be made at
the meeting, (RE: Florida Statute 286.0105).
Pursuant to the provisions of the Americans
with Disabilities Act, any person requiring
special accommodation to participate in this
meeting is asked to advise the city at least 48
hours before the meeting by contacting Town
staff at the above address or phone number.

Ann Bryan, Mayor
Attest:George Hall, City Clerk
Publication Date: November 3, 2008


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Milton Schouest leaps from his coffin to scare passers by during the
Sneads High School Project Graduation haunted house. Mark
Skinner/ Floridan


Ashley Pavuck checks to see if a
group is brave enough to go
through the SHS Project
Graduation haunted house
again as Freddy, Justin Brown,
creeps up behind her. Mark
Skinner/Floridan


Carly Wester and Morgan McGinty get a scare in the "Little
Haunted House" at Florida Caverns State Parks Spirit of the
Caverns event Friday. Mark Skinner/ Floridan


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Above: Ayanna Jackson gives
some nev, fuzzy friends a big
hug while waiting to get on a
moonwalk Friday at Sunrise
Worship Center,
Left: Deborah Deese helps
Sydney Deese get her makeup
ready for a haunted house
being put on by the Harmony
Masonic Lodge. The event was
a fundraiser to start masonic
youth groups for boys and girls
- Mark Skinner/ Floridan


Kathleen Ferrell gi.'es Victoria Ferrell and Alyssa Ferrell some
moral support aft the Florida Caverns State Park's Spirit of the
Caverns event Friday Mark Skinner/ Floridan


Bobo is a male Labrador/Beagle mix
who is 12 weeks old.


Above: David McMillan was giving himself CPR before the start
of the Harmony Masonic Lodge's haunted house Friday.
Left: Alaya Wilson takes a rest after playing on an inflatable slide
at Sunrise Worship Center's third annual Hallelujah night Friday.
- Mark Skinner Floridan


Harry is a male cat who is ten to twelve
weeks old.


Sadie is a full blooded female beagle
who is between one and two years of
age.


Walter Rudd Jr. goes for a slam
dunk Friday at Florida Cavern's
State Park. Mark Skinner/
Fibridan

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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 10 a.m to 1 p.m.
You can also call our new Shelter Manager,
Mrs. Debbie O'Quinn at 482-4570 for more
information or visit


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Partners for Pets participates in a shelter food
program, so dog and cat food is not needed,
however, we do have a wish list.
This includes cat litter, dog biscuits and
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Merle Henderson Williams and Albert Timothy Jordan

Williams, Jordan marry


Merle 'Henderson
Williams and Albert
Timothy Jordan are
pleased to announce
their marriage on Oct.
1, 21 &, at Landmark
"Park Chapel, Dothan,
Ala., in a small, private
family ceremony.
The bride's father, the
Rev. Harvey Henderson
of Donalsonville, Ga.,
performed the service.
The bride's grandchil-
dren, Natalee and Grant
Williams, served as the
flower girl. and ring bear-
er and also signaled the
wedding's beginning at
11 a.m.. by ringing the
chapel bell 11 times..
,-They are the children of
Glen and' Alison
Williams.
Guests were treated to
a buffet luncheon, at the


Dothan Holiday Inn.
Southside where they
were "also served wed-
ding cake prepared by
the bride.''
'After a, honeymoon
'trip to Niagara Falls and
several stops through the
mountains, the couple
returned to make. their
home in Co'i\ arts. Ala.
hMrs. Jordjn has three
children, Glen and
'Alison ,. 'Williams -of
, Marianna, Sharon
Williams of Dothan,
Ala., and Vickie
Williams. of. Panama
Cit\.
Mr. Jordan has two
children, Bert Jordan and
Candace Odom, arid one'
;grandson, Patrick Odorn,
all of Panama City.


JACKSON COUNTY LIFE


Ashley Louise Tanner and Lee Joseph McKeithan

Tanner, McKeithan wed


Ashley Louise Tanner
and Lee Joseph McKeithan
were united in marriage at
the Christ United Methodist
Church on Aug. 2, 2008.
The bride is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew
Richard Tanner. She is the
granddaughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Robert V. Newsome
and the late Mr. and Mrs.
B.C. Tanner Jr.
The groom is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. W. Lynn
McKeithan of Marianna.
He is the grandson of Mr.
and Mrs. James W.
McKeithan of Fayetteville,
.N.C., and Mr. Gene A.
Morse and the late Irma
Stone Morse of Marianna..
Given in marriage by her
father, the bride chose her
sister, Allison icaroline
Tanner, as her maid '-of
honor.
Her attendants were
Amanda McKeithan Tyler,
sister of the .groom,
Amanda Hillary Baxter and,
Lauren Nicole McBride of
New Orleans, Jessica
Nicole Henderson, Laura
Urquhart Davison and


Hayleigh McSwain Barlar
of Mobile, Laureri
Elizabeth. Davis' of
Birmingham, Carey Russell
Holland' of Auburn, and her
cousin, Tanner. Marie
Hishta of Alexandria, Va.
The .groom chose his
father as best man.
Groomsmen were John'
Phillip Tyler Jr., brother-in-
law of the, groom, and
Trayis Preston Bedsole. of
Mobile, Jeremy Kyle"
Cloud, of Atlanta, Stepheh
Christopher. Henderson of
Tallahassee, Ciaie Stephen'
Hey of Birmingham.
Jonathan Ray 0li\ er. Adam
Clayton Franz, and Charles
Wesley Lockey III of
Marianna, John" Gunter
Price of Dothan,
Christopher Alan Pelt of
Pensacola, James Huntley.
Smith of Union Springs and
Chase Douglas Smith of
Little Rock, Ark.
The reception followed at
the Mobile Museum of Art.
After a honeymoon trip
to the Dominican Republic,
the couple will' reside in
Mobile.


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Earlene Benton and Larry Dexter Williams


Benton, Williams unite


, Earlene Benton and
Larry Dexter Williams
exchanged wedding
vows in a private cere-
mony on Oct. 16, 2008.
Earlene, from
Campbellton, is the
granddaughter of the late


Weather M. Daniels.
Larry,' from Detroit,.
Mich., is the son of
'-Annie Mae and the late
'Rayfield \\illiams of
Marianna.
The happy couple will
reside in Campbellton.


Perkinses welcome daughter
Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy and
Michele Perkins announce
the birth of a daughter,
Leah Marie Perkins, on
Sept. 18, 2008, 'at 813 p.m.,
at Jackson Hospital in
Marianna.
. She joins three siblings:
Jessie Perkins, 17, Carrie
Alday, 23, and Candance
Alday, 24. .
Her maternal erandmtih-
er is Barbara Chessei


Leah Marie Perkins


Hunters W welcome a daughter


. Olen and Krystal Hunter
of Sneads announce 'the
birth of a daughter, Morgan
Baley Hunter, on Sept. 15,
2008. at 2:11 p.m., at
Jackson Hospital in
Marianna. '
:, At birth, she weighed
seven pounds, 13 ounces,
and was 20 inches in length.
Maternal grandmother is'
Faye Dale.of Marianna.
Paternal grandparents are
Charles and Gail Hunter of
Sneads.
Great-grandparents are


Morgan Baley Hunter
J.B. Dale of Marianna, and
the late Sible Dale of
Marianna.


Nicole Danielle Bradley and Brandon Shawn McCardle

Bradley, McCardle marry

Nicole Danielle Bradley Marianna, were married on
and Brandon Shawn -Oct. 19, 2008, at
MqCardle, both of McCorrmick Lake.


Niyaa Martin of
Campbellton celebrated her
sixth birthday on Oct. 26,
2008.
She is the daughter of
Elzaron Martin and
Scheneka Martin of
Campbellton.
Grandparents are
Laymbnd Martin and
Theolia Martin of
Campbellton; and Paula
Bess of Campbellton, and
Tyrone Johnson of
Graceville.
A "Hannah Montana"
themed party was held on
Oct. 26, at her home.


Nigel Martin of
Campbellton celebrated his
second birthday on Nov. 6,
2008.
He .is the son of Elzaron
Martin and Scheneka
Martin of Campbellton.
Grandparents a'e
Laymond Martin and .
Theolia Martin of.
Campbellton; and Paula
Bess of Campbellton, and
Tyrone Johnson of.
Graceville.
A "Spider Man" themed
party was held on Nov. 8, at
his home.


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Good upbringing can help you grow old gracefully


By THOMAS VINCENT'MURPHY
As we go through the dif-
ferent phases of life, we
must continuously make
adjustments. How we go
from one transition to
another, is very important
to the quality of life we
each will experience.
The manner in which a
child is raised initially can
determine how smoothly
his future will'be.
When a *young child
begins school, his or her
personality, demeanor, dis-
cipline and habits will
come into play within the
classroom.
Whatever training a child
has been given in the early
years of life will affect
them on a regular basis. In
reaching middle school,
junior high, and senior high
school, many challenges
face our children.


The early and middle
years of school life are
often some of the most
influential years in life.
How you walk, how you
talk, how you dress and
your personality come into
strong focus.
Some of our young ladies
began using make-up for
the first time in order to
impress the young men.
For many of the young
men, body language and
how they communicate
vocally can .put them in a
certain category.
Some folks stray from
their initial up-bringing in
the peer pressure years
between middle school,
junior high school and high
school.
The years that follow
should bring new views of
what life is all about.. What
decisions should you make


about education, serious
dating or occupational
opportunities? -
I feel that if you are given
positive attention and love
as a child, even though you
may get side-tracked, that
early training can always
come back and give you a
boost when you need it.
After college (if you
attend college), or when
you begin making more of
your decisions without your
mother or father, "life in the
real world" kicks in.
In reality, many people
that grow up in an unfortu-
nate atmosphere are forced
into facing life and some of
its hard decisions at an
early time in life.
By the time people reach
"middle age", (in most
cases) they are expected to
be settled into a. relatively
consistent lifestyle.


The age of an individual
heading into the senior
years of life is not as easy to
determine during this day
and time as. it was in the
past.
.1I have seen grandparents
of today that are energetic,
youthful looking, busy and
excited about life.
On many occasions when
a person's age is revealed (if
they choose to reveal their
age) I am very surprised at
how many older people are
maintaining their youthful-
ness.
On the flip side; some
people do not know how to
grow old gracefully. They
insist on trying to live in the
past; by the way they act,
dress and present them-
selves.
It's great to be young at
heart and look great, but it
is important to keep life in


the proper perspective.
By looking great and
staying healthy, older citi-
zens can be great examples
for our younger citizens.
The elderly are very special
to me!
If you want to learn how
to avoid some of the pitfalls
of life, take time to talk to
the senior citizens and the
elderly.
Usually, by the time they
have reached this pinnacle
of life they have learned
many good and bad lessons;
and since they can't move
as fast or get around as
well, one of the joys of their
life might be talking to oth-
ers.
Because many of our eld-
erfy have made spiritual
adjustments in their lives,
often the advice they share
can be very important and
uplifting to others.


Murphy


Life can be exciting,
depressing, full of surpris-
es, uncertain and unpre-
dictable. Through it all I am
happy to wake up each day
and say, "Thank God for
another day"!


Sunland

Employee

of the Year

Lenora Edwards was
.announced as the 2008
Sunland Employee of the
Year prior to the 30th
Annual Sunland Fall
Festival. ,Edwards, of
Marianna, had the honor of
serving as Grand Marshal
,of the festival's parade.
Selected from a field of
12 Employees of the Month
for the period of October
2007 to September 2008,
Edwards received a mone-
tary award and a plaque.


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Members of the Marianna Garden Club present Jackson County Public Library Director Jo-Ann Rountree
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LIFESTYLE


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Piscord strikes a sour note in Harmony


Btj%1ARj KELL ;


H AZMONY It tartled
with,a .Vision of people liv-
S. ing' harmoniousl\ with
nature.
From the Eden-like
thoughts of lMartha Leniz. a
.former humane-ocieti
director, and her husband.
Jim, came the -nonprofit
S' Harmon\ Institute in 1990.
dedicated to promoting such'
a cause.
The idei was realized
% hen the\ stayed a develop-
ment cormpanx. rook 11 OI u'
,.. acres of Florida hialiar in
rural Osceola CouIn) and
chn Harmoniy., '
It was t6be difteient than
the usual:sprawt of rooftop
after rooftop', ,
The environment would
take center stage.
Conservation \would be a
priority People would d live a-
bit greener, by design. But
five years later, as develop-
ment -heads into it iJd
phase, -
mn'


tfor
n\ find iemse? _i. to
explain the environmental
concepts to ne\\comei,.
.You-'(e got pqpple
love the',ptace, ,aod
plac :
in 2
ber' -O
mer charter ol. s
hotise is for sale, but onli,
because of a medical prob-
lem that requires him to'be
closer to family, he said.
."Do I regret mIot ing'here'
S No." ''i
Some say .the.coMnunuritL>
hasn't lived ip to piotmse,
of ameruties tuch as liise
stables, top-notch schools.
community sporung e\cnt-.
access to conservation lands-
; ,and shopping and dining in
the tow. r, square. Star'.o:od
Capital Corp. nov, olr. il.
Harmon\ De\elopmncra Co
The mosit ocal .ind
or-Laiiized criuc of the de'.I c-


Qreg Glogowski, Harmony conservation director, i.s
seen at Lake Buck Park in Harmony.-AP
Photo/Orlando Sentinel, Ricardo, Ramirez Buxeda


who voices his displeasure
on the Web 'site har-
monyflcornpns.comn, an
address that's close to the
developer's harmonyfl.com.
Schiro.says there's a lack
of retail in the town square,
the schools haven't lived up
to the ,developer's early
billing, and there's a lack ot
accesss to coqser altionareas
S'ints tind then
'. (ack dli es in the tow n
" h- irksome.
'"much there
Ice crea-nm shops. coffee
shops, barbers. nail salons.
gift shops jut don't e\ist in
HarmonN Residernts mustl
ua\el at least seen miles to
the nearest 'rocerl store:
some sa3 theN ale tired of
th. treksKs': 'sic goods and
.l:WIt i t: O -..e- lopnlen
"Thifs it~ I eien a con-
\enience store out heie."
said John Pozzie. \ ho oo ns
t\1 o houses in Harmon\ but
spends most it hi- nine inr
Ke;, \\e%- ; ith his t o chil-I
dit:n .and .'.ile He v, as one
of the tirst homneo ners 'in
the toI n and had hoped hi,
children could keep their
horses there
"\\e vi.ele told no." he
said about the horses The
stable had been closed.
But dI\eloper- emuplo\-
coS sa\ a. some of '. hat's
I'u -.irL in Haniirt onr is usti
mUoCe ot the same that could
be la-und in an"\ suburban
jl, clhpient 'n H aimlloni\
tDa\es toeg diteient.


They point out that
Harmony recently becaAme
Florida's largest and only
the 10th in the state green
development, certified by
the Florida. Green Building
Coalition. That designation
is based on all homes, being
built to energy-efficiency
stand:uds and other factors.
such a< having its lakes
closed to traffic on Tuesda\ s
to provide serenit,. The
commLunit 's borders
include more than 30 acres
of gopher tortoise presere.
No building is pernutted
along lake shorehnes or the
golf course, allowing the
\ ie%\ to be accessible to all
residents, not ju't the >ones
i\ho can afford the frontage.
Street lights point do\\ n\ ard
to improve stargazing. Onli
electric motors are allowed
on lakes. \ which means no
personal \atercrafl.
Conser ation concerns
include maklne sure o\alk--
ine-trail board" alks don't t
inipede -the flov. of \atei
thiouch wetlands ;and that
e\otic species of plant,
aren't taking over the forests
or being introduced into the
\\ater. Th.t means boats
bought from the outside are
piohibnied: onl\ Harmon.-
o ned boats can be on the
lale
Greg Golgo\\ ski. lured bN
Harnmoir De\elopinient Co
ats the conlsenauion director
in September 2002. explains
that exotic nuisance \egeta-
tion sLuch a' h\diilli can
"hitchhike' on boats fron-


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lake to lake. -
Plans, are moving forward 1
for another Community
Development District -
called a CDD on about 6 j
acres within Harmony. The |
blueprints call for a 75-room
hotel, 36,000 square feet of
retail space, 17,000 square
feet of office space, and 12
. multistory units with family
living above and commer-
cial space, at the ground
level. Developers .-say 'the
new plans \\ill particularly
appeal to snowbirds who are
looking for "lock-and-go"
living.' .
"We're going to have
1 S.00 people at build-out. We
have 1.000 no%:" said Melanie
Lentz-JanneN. Jim ;Lentz's
daughter and a spokeswoman
for Harmnon) "'Ve're at 8 per-
cent.' That needs to be put in.
perspective."' ,
I Shad Tome, president of
Harmony Development Co.,
said that a key to getting
.what some critics want .
especially\ more retail --is
new. growth. Mlom-and-pop .
shops follow big-bo\. and


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homes, he said. Tome said. "It's a matter of
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Top, left: People flee in terror from the SHS Project Graduation haunted house.
Above: Claire Medley used'her lantern to light the way as, she went in search of
treats at Florida Caverns State Park Friday.
Left: Shannon Lollie takes a breather between scares Friday at the SHS Project
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Fourth grade teachers turned their wing into the Yellow Brick Road on Halloween day. Pictured are Debbie
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SPORTS


District champs


Late run

propels

Chipola to

87-69 win
BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR
A 22-6 run to close the game
lifted the Chipola Indians to an
87-69 victory Friday night in
their regular season opener
against No. 10 Mineral Area in
Poplar Bluffs, Mo.
The No. 2 Indians were
scheduled to take on Three
Rivers late Saturday night.
Chipola trailed 41-39 at
halftime, but Casey Mitchell
helped spark the Indians in the
second half with 14 of his 17
points.
Gary Flowers -led the
Indians with 21 points, while
Jeremy Jacob added 13 points
and 17 rebounds.
"(Mineral Area) is a good
team and we had some foul
trouble in the first half,"
Chipola coach Greg Heiar said
Friday night. "We played a lot
better in the second half."
Mitchell and Torye Pelham
both picked up two quick fouls
for Chipola in the first and
were forced to sit for the
majority of the half.
The Indians led by seven
early, but Mineral Area took
advantage of the Chipola foul
issues and charged ahead by
six points late in the half.
However, Chipola scored-
four quick points in the closing
seconds to draw to within two
at halftime.
Heiar said it was important
that his bench was able to help
the team stay close until
Mitchell and Pelham could
return.
"We had to put some guys in
position to have to do things
they don't normally do," Heiar
said, "but the bench did a good
job in the first half of stepping
up and keeping us in the game.
"Malcolm Armstead ard
Darius Stowers played excel-
lent all night long, Kaleb
Wright played well and Josh
Sain hit two big threes in the
See RUN, Page 2C 0>


BY SHELIA MADER
FLORIDAN CORRESPONDENT
The Marianna High School
Lady Pulldogs are the District
Champs for the 2008-2009 sea-
son after a solid three-game win
over the ChipleN Lady Tigers
Thursday night.
The Lady Bulldogs advanced
to the championship game after
Chipley defeated Holmes
County in district action Tiesday
night in Bonifay.
Game one was a 25-17 win,
with games two and three both
25-22 victories for the Lady
Bulldogs.
The win gives Marianna a 19-
7 record on the season.
Marianna was led in serving
by Randa Hickman with 16 serv-
ice points, two aces and no errors
from the line.
Sophomore Eron Milton had
13 serves with three aces while
Krista Griffin had 11 service
points and One ace.
Jannia Hinson was on the board


"These girls never
quit, no matter what.
They are talented,
determined and eager
for a run at a state
title."
-Belinda Christopher,
Marianna coach
with .10 service points, one ace
and was error-free at the line.
Taylor Smith picked up 10.
serves %\ith one ace, followed
closely by Jordan Sonaglia with
nine serves and three aces.
Sonaglia led in attacks x iih 25
spikes and eight kills, with
Randa Hickman close behind
with 20 spikes and nine kills.
Sophomore Meaghan Hinson:,
came through with 19 spikes and
five kills, followed by fellow
sophomore Ciara Ham with 12


spikes and one kills.
Krista Griffin led in assists
with 55.
Hickman led with three
blocks, followed by Sonaglia
and Janna Hinson with one block
each.
MHS coach Belinda
Chnristopher is in her second year
at the helm for the Lady
Bulldogs and was all smiles fol-
lowing the ,game.
"These girls never quit, no
matter % hat," she said. "They are
talented, determined and eager
for a run at a state title.
"District was a great start but I
can tell you, this team is not
going to be satisfied with that.
They want it all and I think they
have the determination and talent
to carry it out."
The win brings the playoffs
home to the Marianna High,
School gym Wednesday night
when Marianna will host Walton
High School out of Defuniak
Springs with the start time
scheduled for 7 p.m.


SUNDAY

Defense lifts

Lady Indians to

53-30 win over

Indian River in

season opener
BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR
An impressive defensive per-
formance lifted the Chipola Lady
Indians to a 53-30 victory over
Indian River Friday night in
Sanford in their regular season
opener.
The No. 9 Lady Indians led 27-
11 at halftime and 47-19 with five
minutes left to play.
"Defensively, we played really
well up until the last five min-
utes," Chipola coach David Lane
said, noting that his team held
Indian River scoreless for an
eight-minute stretch of the sec-
ond half until he put his reserves
in the game.
."We played really well in that
stretch defensively, pressure-wise
and boxing out and we forced
therfi into taking some bad shots."
Latoya Williams led Chipola
with 11 points, while Ashlie
Billingslea added eight.
S"We're still trying to figure out
what everybody can. do, but for
our first time out, I ,thought we.
did a pretty good job," Lane said.
"We'll take it." '
Lane said .he ikasn't too con-
cerned with only scoring 53
points, as defense is typically
ahead of the offense at this point
in the season.
"\\e' e been trying to get some
stuff in defensively first," the
coach said. "Offensively, we've
got some kids who can do some
things, but it's not always going
to look pretty.
"We're trying to get everybody
on the same page right now. Early
on, that's what you'll have, but
defensively,. I was very happy
holding them to 30 points."
Chipola came back Saturday
night in the' second game to
defeat Seminole 69-66.
Billingslea and Lenita Sanford
each scored 18 points to lead the
Lady Indians, 'who played with-
out leading scorer Williams,
whose absence from the lineup
Lane termed "a team matter."
Marnesha Hall also scored 12
points for Chipola.


Lady


Pirates


district


champs

BY SHELIA MADER
FLORIDAN CORRESPONDENT
For the second year in a
row, the Sneads Lady Pirates
volleyball team are district
champions. ,
Sneads -defeated county
and district rival Cottondale
on Tuesday night to advance
to the championship game
against Blountstown Sneads' Tiffany Guerra se
Cottondale. night in night's district championship
The Lady Pirates picked Cottondale. The Lady Pira
up the win in four games. games. Mark Skinner/Fl
After winning game one
25-23 and game two 25-10, ed 13 perfect passes in serve
the Lady Pirates fell 25-18 in receive with seven digs
game three, but Sneads while Samantha Culpepper
rebounded in game four to had three kills, two digs and
take the victory 25-20. one assist.
Meagan Smith was on the Ashley Smith had four
board with 16 kills and five digs, eight perfect passes in
ace serves, followed by serve receives with Kara
Mattie Collins with eight Alford adding two kills, two
kills and five ace serves, ace serves and seven service
Allison McDaniel had-points.
three kills and five aces Following the game,
serves, with Tiffany Guerra Sneads coach Sheila Roberts
leading the team in assists praised her team's effort in
with 33 and adding two kills. coming back to take the vic-
Bridgett Dawson complet- tory.


ts the ball during Thursday
ip win over Blountstown in
tes won the match in four
oridan
"After losing their
momentum in the first game,
the girls were able to regain
their composure," she said.
"We will take it one game at
a time and ride the playoffs
as far as we can."
As district champions, the
Lady Pirates will return to
their home court to host the
quarter-regionals on
Tuesday evening.
Sneads will face
Pensacola Christian
Academy at 7 p.m., at the
Sneads High School gym.


Fourth-quarter rally lifts Hornets

to 20-18 victory over Maclay


BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR
COTTONDALE -
The Cottondale Hornets
rallied for two touch-
downs in the fourth quar-
ter to pull out a 20-18 win
over the Maclay
Marauders Friday night.
It's the third win in a
row for the Hornets, who
improved to 4-4 on the
season.
Trailing 12-6 in the
fourth quarter, Cottondale
got a 3-yard touchdown
run by Jesse Freeman to
tie the game with 7:30 to
play.
The Hornets then
forced Maclay to punt on
the Marauders' ensuing
possession, then scored
on their next play on a 45-
yard pass from Freeman
to James Johns.
Dominique Webb, who
rushed for 147 yards on
the night, ran for the 2-
point conversion to make
it 20-12.
But Maclay returned
the ensuing kickoff all the
way to the Cottondale 18-
yard line, setting up a 10-
yard touchdown pass on
4th-and-2 from Taylor
Scott to Taylor Miller
with 3:35 to play.
However, a reverse to
Miller on the 2-point con-
version was stopped by
Cottondale's Evan Davis
to preserve the lead for


Cottondale quarterback Jesse Freeman stretches the
ball over the goal line during the Hornets' 20-18
win over Maclay Friday night in Cottondale. -
Mark Skinner/Floridan


the Hornets.
The Hornets got the
ball back at their own 20
with 3:27 on the clock.
Jacob Herring rushed
for 15 yards on the first
play of the drive, then
Webb put the game away
.three plays later by con-
verting a 3rd-and-5 with a
9-yard run that allowed
Cottondale to run out the
clock.
Herring rushed for 95
yards on 11 carries in the
game.
Freeman completed 8-
of-17 passes for 134


yards and two touch-
downs.
Scott. completed 8-of-
19 passes for 203 yards
and two touchdowns with
two interceptions for the
Marauders.
A 76-yard pass hookup
between Scott and Seth
Roberts got Maclay on
the board first with 9:46
on the first quarter clock.
The Hornets tied the
game at 6-6 after
Freeman found Nick
Jackson for a 35-yard
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writes about life on the cutting
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Members of the Marianna Lady Bulldogs district championship-winning volleyball team hold their
trophy after defeating Chipley Thursday night in Bonifay. Contributed Photo

The Marianna Lady Bulldogs take district

title with three-game victory over Chipley


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Bulldogs .hammer


Northview 42-6


BY SHELIA MADER
FLORIDAN CORRESPONDENT
The Marianna Bulldogs
improved to 7-1 Friday night
with a 42-6 .thrashing of the
Northview Chiefs in their final
home game of the season.
Marianna set the tone early
with a 10-yard touchdown run
by senior running back Bradley
Battles to make it 7-0 with 9:33.
left in the first quarter.
Less than three minutes later,
it was Fidel Montgomery who
ran 27 yards to the end zone to
make it 14-0 Bulldogs.
With 9:24 to go in the second
quarter, it was again Battles
who went 18 yards for the third
touchdown of the night.
The extra point by Troy
Clemmons gave the Bulldogs a
21-0 lead.
With 3:16 left in the first half,
senior quarterback Dustin
Larkin remained perfect in
touchdown, passes with a 27-
yarder to Clemmons.
The Bulldogs scored their
final touchdown of the first half


with less than a minute on the
clock on 5-yard run by Battles
to make it 35-0 at the half.
Marianna kicked off to start
the second half, but a bobbled
ball gave the Bulldogs the ball
at the Chiefs 46-yard line.
Within minutes, Montgomery
found the endzone on a 24 yard
touchdown run.
With the kick good and a 42-
0 lead, the mercy rule was in
effect and the clock ran non-
stop.
MHS coach Rob Armstrong
took advantage of the lead to,
give his starters a rest and his
bench some time on the field.
With less than thirty seconds
remaining in the game, the
Chiefs scored their only touch-
down of the game to make it a
42-6 game.
On the night, the Bulldogs out
rushed the Chiefs 306 to 61,
with the Bulldogs accumulating
333 total yards to Northview's
130 yards.
Battles led the Bulldogs with
169 rushing yards on 23 carries
and three touchdowns, followed


SPORTS


Marianna's Bradley Battles fights for yardage during the
Bulldogs' 42-6 win over Northview Friday night in Marianria.
- Mark Skinner/Floridan


by Montgomery with 67 yards
on five carries and two touch-
downs. Quan Boykin racked up
71 yards on seven carries.
Larkin. 'was 1-for-1 passing
with a touchdown!


The Bulldogs will take their
game on the road next Friday to
district rival Walton at 7 p.m.
A win guarantees the
Bulldogs a place in the postsea-
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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.

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-
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address for the paper is
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P.O. Box 520 Marianna,
Fla. 32447.


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Continued From Page 1C


score with 3:11 left in the first half.
Cottondale almost added another
score right before the half in spectac-
ular fashion, though a penalty negated
it. Herring intercepted a pass by Scott
in the closing seconds of the half in
Hornets territory and returned it
inside the Maclay 10-yard line before
being grabbed by a Marauders player.
But before going down, Herring
lateraled the ball back to a teammate
who ran into the endzone with no
time on the clock.
Unfortunately for the Hornets, a
block in the back penalty negated the
return and they had to settle for a 6-6
tie at the half.
Neither team scored in the third, but
the Marauders wasted little time mak-
ing something happen in the fourth,
getting a 40-yard completion from


Scott to Miller on the first play of the
period, then a 22-yard completion to
Roberts to take the ball to the
Cottondale 1-yard line.
Aaron McEachin scored on the next
play to make it 12-6 Maclay with
10:11 to play.
On the Hornets' ensuing offensive
possession, Webb took.the handoff on
the first play and ran 73 yards for
what appeared to be a touchdown,
though he was ruled down at the 1-
,yard line.
A false start penalty almost ruined
the opportunity for Cottondale before
Freeman's score on 3rd-and-goal tied
the game.
The Hornets next host Graceville
Nov. 7 in a game that will determine
the runner-up spot in District 1-1B,
the winner getting a playoff berth.


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first half."
Mineral Area made a run to
cut it to a 65-63 Chipola lead
with six minutes to play, but the
Indians pulled away from there,
notching its first win of the year
in impressive fashion.
Heiar said that his team's
depth and conditioning eventu-
ally wore Mineral Area down.
"That's kind of where the
way we practice and the way
we do things kind of took
over," the coach said of the
final six-minute stretch. "We're
a little better-conditioned than
them and we kept pounding
them and pounding them and
they finally broke at the six-
minute mark.
"Every team has a breaking


point and theirs was with six
minutes to go."
Heiar said that idea was a
point of emphasis in the
postgame locker room, that if
the Indians are persistent in
their effort and intensity for 40
minutes, their opponents will
eventually relent.
"I tried to explain to the team
after the game that we're not
going to go up 15 in the first
five minutes against good
teams," the coach said.
"It takes time and discipline
and just playing Chipola bas-
ketball. Sooner or later (the
opponent) is going to break, but
we have to do things right pos-
session after possession to get
to that point."


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Tigers one


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after 46-0


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BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR
The Graceville Tigers are one win
away from a playoff berth after
defeating Aucilla Christian 46-0
Friday night in Monticello.
Graceville (6-2, 2-1 in District 1-
1B play) can earn the runner-up spot
in the district and the playoff berth
that goes along with it by beating the
Cottondale Hornets next week in
Cottondale.
The Tigers had very little difficulty
in dispatching of Aucilla, jumping out
to a 30-0 lead in the first quarter.
Antrell Wright led Graceville. with
126 yards rushing and two touch-
downs.
The Tigers rushed for 440,yards
and six touchdowns as a team.
Justin Miles, who picked up 'an
interception on defense, got the
Tigers on the board first with a 15-
yard run early in the first quarter.
Wright scored the first of his two
touchdowns after an Aucilla fumble,
reaching the endzone from 25 yards
out to make it a 14-0 game.
On the Tigers' next possession,
Wright scored from 60 yards out,
with Miles converting the 2-point
play for a 22-0 advantage with 6:53
on the first quarter clock.
After another fumble recovery,
Dialo Martin put the Tigers. in the
endzone again on a 25-yard run, the
2-point conversion by Jainmie
Simmons making it 30-0.
Miles added another tofichdown
before the half on a 33-.yard run to
make it 38-0.
Garrett Steverson scored on a 1-
yard run for the Tigers' final score.
"I thought we played really well
offensively," Graceville coach Todd
Wertenberger said. "Aucilla is strug-
gling right now, but I thought we did
a good job blocking and had some.
nice runs. We were able to get some
people experience and get some of
the younger kids playing time. All in
all, it was a good night."
Leron Hoover rushed for 65 yards
on the night for Graceville, with
Miles adding 55, Cameron Dozier 50,
Martin 42, Allante Oliver-Barnes 53
and John Young 42.


Pirates win


Pictured is Sneads coach Don Dowling, right, with
his team during a game earlier this season.
Dowling's Pirates defeated the Liberty County
Bulldogs 18-12 Friday night in Sneads, scoring 18
unanswered points in the second half. The Pirates
are now 3-5 on the season and host Freeport next
week at 7 p.m. Floridan File Photo






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Floridan's Kindel Lanes weekly bowling report


10/27/08
Monday Night Hi Rollers

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


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20-12
20-12
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15-17
15-17
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High Team Game: Adam's Funeral
Home 1007
High Team Series: Adam's Funeral
Home 2861
High Game Female: Kathy Freeland 214
High Game Male: Jason Kindelspire 299
High Series Female: Kathy Freeland 548
High Series Male: Jason Kindelspire771

10/28/2008
Tuesday Morning Coffee League
W-L
1) Batfriends 31-13
2) James and Sykes 29.5 -14.5
3) Family Dentistry 25.5-18.5


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


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20.5-23.5
20-24
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High Team Game: James & Sikes 915
High Team Series: James ,& Sikes 2710Q
High Game Female: Paula Kindelspire
199
High Game Male: John Kindelspire 255
High Series Female: Paula Kindelspire
& Pat Ouzts 523
High Series Male : John Kindelspire 625

10/28/2008
Tuesday Night Mixed League
W-L
1)Allstate 28-12
2)Precision 24-16
3)Ralph Shelton Realty 24-16 ;
4) SCBC 22-18
5) Our Gang 21-19
6) Backwoods Bowlers 18.5-21.5
7) Sonny's BBQ 13.5-26.5


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High Team Game: Backwoods Bowlers
988
High Team Series AllState 2767
High Game Female: Shirley Watts 197
High Game Male: Christian Clayton 264
High Series Female: Shirley Watts 548
High Series Male: Christian Clayton 715
10//29/2008
WEDNESDAY NIGHT MIXED
W-L
1) Seminole Lodge 27-13
2)Meghan & Her Guys 25.5-14.5
3) Mr. Bingo 25-15
4) Marianna Toyota 24.5-15.5
5) Redwood Bay/Hinson House 24-16
6) DBBLL Trouble 22.5-17.5
7)Wal-Mart 22-18
8) Mercer Law Offices 20-20'
9) Hollis Body Shop 18-22
10) Barely Bowlers 17-23
11) Nailport Express 9.5-30.5
12) Vac 5-35
* High Team Game: Seminole Lodgel272


High Team Series: Seminole Lodge3452
High Game Female: Misty Hess 226
High Game Male: Jason Kindelspire 267
High Series Female: Misty Hess 565
High Series Male:Jason Kindelspire 757
10/30/2008
Chipola League
W-L
1)Marianna Truss 29-11
2) Al's Team 23-17
3) Marianna Office 19.5-20.5
4) Smith's Supermarket 16.5-23.5
5)Redwood Bay Lumberl5-25
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High Team Series: Marianna Office
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.LAKE SEMINOLE Fair numbers of largemouths
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 reasonably
well. Stay in the stumps or along the grassfines 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 numbers
of pan-size cats.
Bream are slow to fair in spots, while hybrids contin-
ue to school sporadically.
LAKE EUFAULA Bass fishing is slow. Small fish
continue to show up in grassy areas early and late.
MNedium-running crankbaits and black Texas-rig worms
are good. as are occasional topwater offerings. Better
fish ma3 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 reported 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 struc-
ture at 8 to 15 feet. Minnows and jigs may both work.
Areas beneath bridges are also recommended locations.
Hybrids, bream, and catfish are slow at present.
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Water conditions are pretty good right now and fishing is
fairly good in some locations up and down the river.
Bass fishing is fair.
Largemouths may be caught along ledges in 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 fishing has slowed considerably 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 catfishing is
fair on frozen shad, worms, or prepared baits.
Crappies will bite actively when concentrations of fish
can be located. However, they are scattered.
Bream fishing up the creeks has slowed a great deal.
(Generation schedules, pool levels, and other such
information for area waterways may be obtained by call-
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instructions and access the touch-tone for the
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GENERAL ELECTION NOVEMBER 4 2008



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


This SAMPLE BALLOT May Be Taken To The Polls For
Reference For the November 4th, General Election
Please study this ballot before going to vote.This is only a sample of the
total ballot for Jackson County. Your precinct number and district
numbers are designated on your voter information card.
Please vote in the General Election November 4th, 2008.

EARLY VOTING Schedule for the 2008 General Election *
October 20 November I, 2008
8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday thru Saturday
EarlyVoting will be located at the Supervisor of Elections office:
2851 Jefferson Street, Marianna, FL 32448

4 UPDATE OF VOTER'S SIGNATURE
F.S. 98.077
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Jackson County Elections Office.
HOW: Use a Florida Voter Registration Application Form, completing all required
information, signing or making your "mark" on the signature line.
WHEN: At any point there is a significant change in your signature or identifying
"mark."
WHERE: Florida Voter Registration Application Forms are available at public assistance
offices, libraries, city halls, Dept. of Motor Vehicles and at the Supervisor of
Elections office.
Florida law requires that a voter present current and valid picture and signature
identification when voting in person. Any voter appearing to vote without
identification will be allowed to vote a Provisional Ballot.
The following forms of photo identification are acceptable by law:
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CONTACTTHE JACKSON COUNTY
ELECTIONS OFFICE AT:
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* Phone: (850) 482-9652
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aididgates and issues.
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piee and its himn or oplfwiion.
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operation of the voting equipment in his
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greatt precinct workers with courtesy.
Respect the priiac) of other voters.
Report any problems or violations of
iehction lais to the supearvsor of
elections.
Ask questions. if needed.
Make sure that his or her completed
ballot is correct before leaving the
polling station.
TE TO VOTER: Foilure to perform any
these responsibilities does not prohibit a
other from otling.

This sample ballot was pre-
pared in accordance with
Section 101.20 Florida
Statues, and furnished by the
office of Sylvia D. Stephens,
Supervisor of Elections,
Jackson County.
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JACKSON COUNTY PRECINCT NUMBERS AND POLLING LOCATIONS


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


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


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


27. MARIANNA MASONIC LODGE
3024 JEFFERSON ST, MARIANNA, FL 32446
28. SALEM/NEW HOME COMMUNITY CENTER
440 TRI COUNTY RD, GRACEVILLE, FL 32440
30. LOVE AND RESTORATION MINISTRIES
2990 HERITAGE RD, MARIANNA, FL 32448
31. CITIZEN'S LODGE
4574 LODGE DR, MARIANNA, FL 32446


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Chuck Lockey DEM

Voters in precincts ~I AIl 12A, and
23 are eligible to vote on the following race.


STATEATTORNEY COUNTY COMMISSIONER
14TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT DISTRICT
(Vote for One) (Vote for One)

Steve Meadows PEP Ben Howard Odom PEP
Glenn He:s DEN rline[h Stepher, DENI


Vorer'. in precmcir l. .'IOA. II 12A 11. 14
15A, 15, 23.'27A B,28,and 31 are
elible to vocte on tie follwmng rare
S= Pi ld ,rerinc inr Hlnu; D. nr SI

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STATE REPRESENTATIVE
DISTRICT 5
(Vote for One)

Brad Drake REP
onF, P Johnniy IMx' DEN
McDiniel III


SHERIFF
lVote for Oriel


*Jim Peacock
Lou Roberts


William Nelson NPA
Zannie F Williams NPA

SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS
f'"re flor rinl*


Siree P Benrio:n


Lee Hiller


To vote for a Write-in candidate fill in the oval and write in the candidate's
name on the line provided. Only write-in votes cast for candidates
who have qualified with the Division of Elections will be counted


,. NONPARTISAN

JUSTICE OFTHE SUPREME COURT
Shill justice Chirle,. T WIl; of the Supreme
C::urt be retained in cifce'
YES
NO

DISTRICT COURT OF APPEAL
Shall judge RobertT Benton of the First
Dir:ricr Court ,cfAppual be rejird in ,od in:e,
lES
rJO

DISTRICT COURT OF APPEAL
Shall Judge .Marguerif H Davi, oft te First
District Court of Appeal be retained in office?
YES
NO

DISTRICT COURT OF APPEAL
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DISTRICT COURT OF APPEAL
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DISTRICT COURT OF APPEAL

Shall judge Clay Roberts of the First District
Court ,,iAppfel be reamed in :f,.-e!
YES
NO

DISTRICT COURT OF APPEAL

Shall judge William A.Van Nortwick jr. of the
First District Court of Appeal be retained in
office?
YES
NO


PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL
AMENDMENTS
N0.1
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT
ARTICLE I, SECTION 2
Declaration of Rights

Frop.isri in inrrindmrirnt r. h 'I .rae
Ccni;nrunc.,n tr deleti pr:'.rovi n.i hlul':iri';
tie Legisl,ure to i egjulate r prehibil [ie
ownership, inheritance, disposition, and
possession of real property by aliens
ineligible for citizenship.
if,


NO,2
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT
ARTICLE I, NEW SECTION
Florida Marriage Protection Amendment

This amendment protects marriiae is the legal
u r,.n ,t .: i re rinn ii'd one 'c.sri, ci l
hi tlril d n ,,t i,' dir proj '. ,j : that ,.:. trfi
] Ii 11:1, 1 I,, .L r i;,[= ijeie ii ,j 1.1 r i 1, ,rr ; e'
,iJt u ll.rl e ]Ju.i!elr diJere ,:, ll be vili ,I:
re,.:c :e.l The rile ci hriin.:il ,Tipl.:: rn:
,imenjnr,r ,il h, jr or .i; nd ln l .:..:i
b we:l. i r ,ehi ,.- ir n.lt . p ji,= ut ri n:c ,
be dere, n',,ri.el, t-uti, ",e pe,:reJ I,:, be r nu,,,


'.PROPOSED CONSTITUTONALAMENDMENTS


N0.3
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT
ARTICLE VII, SECTIONS 3 AND 4
ARTICLE XI, NEW SECTION
Changes and Improvements Not
Affecting the Assessed Value of
Residential Real Property

Authorizes the Legislature, by general law, to
prohibit consideration of changes or improve-
ments to residential real property which increase
resistance to wind damage and installation of
renewable energy source devices as factors in
assessing the property's value for ad valorem
13 rion purposes. Effective upon adoption,
rpeils the existing renewable energy source
Jec'e en emprionr n, longesi in effect.

YES
rNO


NO.4
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT
ARTICLE VII, SECTIONS 3 AND 4
ARTICLE XII, SECTION 28
Property Tax Exemption of Perpetually
Conserved Land; Classification and
Assessment of Land Used for
Conservation

PR.quires Legislarulie tc. p'vide property u.
Crin.e:ron lIr real property encumbered by
perpetual conservation easements or other
.perpetual conservation protections, defined by
general law. Requires Legislature to provide for
classification and assessment of land used for
conservation purposes, and not perpetually
encumbered solely on the basin of character
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,.. riii:,n on'. ilmrn .ii,:,ni: "nd ,i .:r.r le

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NO.6
CONSTITUTIONALAMENDMENT
ARTICLE VII, SECTION 4
ARTICLE XII, NEW SECTION
Assessment of Working Waterfront
Property Based Upon Current Use

Provides for assessment based upon use of
land used predominantly for commercial
fishing purposes; land used for vessel launches
'ni. ..ater bih.ir are niai hle ,id ,i i:.e. [.
the public; marinas and drystacks that are open
to the public; and water-dependent marine
manufacturing facilities, commercial ,h:ilin.
facilities, and marine vessel construction and
repair facilities and their support activities,
subject to conditions, limitations, and
i.;.nb:,rble jefrlriyi, petpe'.pij by 'ennrl l.r.


NO.8
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT
ARTICLE VII, SECTION 9
Local Option Community College Funding

Propco,,,ig an i"mendmenrt [:. the 're
Constir[uij .:.r ti .:o ]Uii [l ti i e Le:nl, liour,;
author e: co:uniri [.., l I .: 11 :[r :r, Ale;
u, to 'upplmnerr ,:,:m nrr:,,rr ,:.:,!lo lturiin
requirnin, v.:er ipprio.' Ic rlie u p -i
viding that approved taxes will sunset after 5
years and may be reauthorized by the voters.
YES
NO


For more information on these
amendments, including the full text
and financial impact statement
please visit the following websites:
Division of Elections
http //election dos state flius

Office of Economic
and Demographic Research
http /edr state 1 us


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lamy Carr has been a part of the Kahal-Miller
Chevrolet-Buick-Cadillac and Nissan Family for 6
months. She is our Deal Clerk. She has been married
to James Carr for 23 years and has two wonderful
boys, Jame & Justin. Justin 19 years old, is currently
a student at Florida State University. Jame, 22 years
old, just recently married and lives in Austin, Texas
and will be attending Nursing School there. Her hob-
bies are reading, shopping and talking on the phone.
We are proud to have Tammy in the Rahal-Miller
Family.


DEDICATION


LOYALTY


RESPECT


HONESTY


INTEGRITY


Gary Demaree
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Gary Demaree has been part of the Rahal-Miller.Chevrolet-
Buick-Cadillac and Nissan Family for 2 years. Gary is one
of our Body Shop Technicians and does a great job. Gary
has been married to Debbie for 5 years. His hobbies are
dragracing and fishing. We are proud to have Gary,in the
Rahal-Miller Family.


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06 DODGE RAM REG CAB #9004265 ................... ..$10,100
05 CHEVY MALIBU #9224oo1 ........................ .$10,515
05 CHEVY TRAILBLAZER #9104649 ...................$10,891
06 PONTIAC G-6#9oo4423 .........................$11,100
04 BUICK PARK AVENUE #910419 .................. ..$11,150
05 NISSAN XTERRA XE #9o04s7 ........... ........ .$11,450
05 CHEVY TRAILBLAZER LS #8232001 ................. ..$11,550
04 NISSAN XTERRA #N9004647 . . . . . .. .. . . . .$11,663
06 CHEVY TRAILBLAZER #9004622 .............. .... $12,850
05 CHEVY SILVERADO Crew Cab. LS #9004485 . ......... $12,950
08 Chevy Uplander LS #9004629 .................. .'$13,250
05 Ford Mustang #9se850soo . . . . . . . . . . . .$13,268
08 SUZUKI #900430 ............................. $13,550
04 CADILLAC DEVILLE #9104603 ................... ..$13,645
06 GRAND CHEROKEE #9004407 .................... .$13,800
04 LINCOLN TOWN CAR #900448 ................... .$14,430
06 DODGE DAKOTA CLUB CAB, #9004590 .................. .$14,500
05 SUBURA OUTBACK #N9004433 ..................... $14,650
07 DODGE GRAND CARAVAN SXT #9004643 ............. .$14,821
08 NISSAN SENTRA #N9004637 ...................... $15,078


05 HONDA PILOT EXL #9o00444 ..................... .$15,400
05 JEEP WRANGLER SPORT #8729001 ................ .$15,450
08 CHEVY IMPALA #900oo4638 ...................... .$15,768
06 NISSAN ALTIMA #No4ol ....................... $16,361
05 NISSAN 350Z COUPE #N9104612 ... ............. ...$16,488
06 PONTIAC SOLSTICE #9oo4439 .................... .$17,250
05 GMC DENALI YUKON XL #910500osool ..................$17,550
07 BUICK LACROSSE CXL #9004645 ....... .......... $18,071
06 BUICK LUCERNE CXL #937401 ................... .$18,530
08 FUSION #9004642 ........................ . ... $18,601
07 TOYOTA FJ CRUISER #9004556 ................... .$18,750
07 FJ CRUISER #N475001 . . .. . . . . . .... .. . .$19,455
05 CHEVY AVALANCHE LT #9004607 .................. $19,600
05 NISSAN MAXIMA#9o04653 ......................$19,963
06 TOYOTA TUNDRA LIMITED 4x4 #9004521 ............. $21,050
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06 DODGE CHARGE R/T #9004636 .................... $21,481
08 NISSAN MAXIMA SL #9004526 .................... $21,850
06 CHRYSLER 300C SRT #90oo445 ...................$22,300
06 FORD F-250 XLT CREW Diesel, 4X4 #woo43 ......... .$23,400
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Complete Liquidation Of
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November 8th, 10:00 A.M.
171 North Range Street
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MAZAK VQC-20/40 B Control w/4th Axis, 34
Tool Holders FUROTECH Elite 730 SL-Y, 5 Axis
CNC Lathe W/Sub Spindle & Chip Conveyor,
IEMCA Bar Feed 48" VIP 70CNC, 5 Tool Heads
EXSYS B60 Colic Holder Main Spindle, EXSYS
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i ~FARM B HOUSES/RENT] BOATS/MOTORSR
MEDICAL EQUPMENT BUNFURNISHED RE E TRAILERS |
Mi / R Ford 7700 Blue Power 3BR/1BA, Very nice. 4/2 brick house, on 10 .
PT Medical Recep- Special $14.000., Dogde Located on Davis Street ac. with pond in Alford, .
tionist in Marianna I 1500 4-door pick-up. in Marianna. Kitchen $149,900 2/2 house in '
Fax resume to $12,900. gray, exc cond. appliances included. Alford, $79,900. Owner/ 1 "._ .
850-862-0900 334-701-1836, $700/mo. Deposit re- agent. 954-667-5339. ---
quir'ed. NO PETS! Year 4B2Aol $000!
I Gandy 4 row insecticide lease. Call (850) 594-$30.20A.only $3,000.
applicator w/double 7525 between 6pm- Foreclosure! For listing
,/,. ., boxes, for two chemi- 9pm. Leave message. call 800-720-1316 x2311 SEA RAY '87 265 Sedan
,._.e /'/l ff cals mounted on tool Bridge, 454, 800 hours,
'., bar. Good condition. 3 BR 2 BA House fenced tri-axel trailer Great
,. .$500. 229-758-3146. yard, in Marianna $650 cond. $10,000. 334-790-
,, b :." -a month and $650 de- 7371
,L nl.l I John Deere5103,44HP, posit 850-352-2947or 7371.
.' .' rake & box blade, 140 850-573-3426 r -
'.. ., ,- ,... hrs. $9800 850-209-4266 -
Lil.jty "". ....- 4bed/2ba, bankforeclo- '' _
sure! Only $199 month!
I-(5% dwn, 30yrs@ r "5
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FREE ADULT CATS John Deere EzTrak 445 e a b 6 8898ate bx177st s4tem,
30 wr derc- nF7L1 5-2 -
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5574 7767218OW OPN IBR MHPatillyfrn, fv-8Larevcn InMa r assauodlt 19119,
UPcToaes$1moISTING 4BR, 3.5 bath. $429,000. mtr w/1120 hrs. equip.
-"I Marianna-1/1 House- Full info @www. inf- w/ hydraulic wake
FREE ADULT ATS; Quite Area-Huge Yard- otube.net #195636 plate, ballast system,
Several to choose from, John'Deere EzTrak,445 Pets OK-$350 month welbad tower,C-
850-482-40570 Turn Lawn Mowerk 23 850-890-2070 Sneads Home. 3200 SF, waketboar all
h-- p, 54 in. cut, 60 hrs., 3/2 with car garage i D/sound sytem
[showv room clean, ac. of land, $1419,900, $26,000 OBO, 334-432-
DOGS $3850,334-726-4780 Very nice 2.BR 850-593-9130 0890
l house on Hwy 90 Marquis'77 w/1990 re-
Al ---------- SS\ HAY E wapp.la EIETA built 90 HPmotor,
All New Happy Jack I AY I rneq. Sewer/wa- trolling motor & fish
Kennel Dip I1: kills, ,teh/lawn maint. L OTS finder. $3,000 obo. 334-
fleas, ticks & MANGE ic. $00/imo, L TS 4ndr.-3,0072 34
mites without steroids. Oat'straw bales for dec- $250 dep. No pets Vacant Lot For Sale:
-' Providesmosquito pro- oration or bedding.. Non-smoking Edison Ave., Alford, FL 1
r-ection. ALTHA FARM- $3/ea 850-762-8216 526-8367 acre vacant lot, Lot#7, MsS. u.
wwR ap iCOO 'r-46 HL] $14,000 or make offer. L l~ I
h~pv co -^ ^ == (850)402-8015 Realtors '*^ ^ *
1 www.happyjacKinc.com PRODUCE- MOBILE Welcome : rsi
Free to good home:'Wecm
Jack Russell Terrier, 1 HOME/RENT Vacant Lot For Sale: a
'yrs old spayed.850- ')ACKSON FARMS Grand Quiviera Cr., Al- "
557-7767. NOWODPBN. IBIR MH'Partially furn, ford, FL, 1:acre vacant
"" ,-U Pick Tomatoes 30morse fr ltLt#4,$,00r Mako '97 Model 191-,191,
Frea o oo7hme Brngyour'own uk5 $. 0 ah.8071- make offer. (850) 402- 150 HP Mercury live
ole choo8at4 lyr 5da 92- 579 7330 8015 Realtors Welcome wellBilge pump, $9,000
old. 850-557-7141 Iv .. ....-. ..... ........ OBO;Wriltra_7e1 Ca


msg You Name It.. Vacant Lot For Sale: 334-718-1550
GetPrn sp- Classified Has It !!! Holly.Springs Ave., Al-a Mo '77 centeon-
Great Pyrenees pp ford, FL,.1 acre vacant
pies, CKC Registered;., -u, 2/2, 3 miles'from Mar. lot, Lot #14, $1400g or sole, 20ft, 200HP evin-
$100. 334-655-0642. ,,.. very clear, family of 2, make offer. (850) 402- rude, excellent shape,
"--"-- ,'n l .r, carport, no pets 8015 Realtors Welcome $5500obo, 334-585-6689
Teacup/toy Ghihua- PoeFV $500/mo 1stlast se- Laten'03 Camper Trail-
huas.,tinyapplehead ,l,[ -..n-,.r curity.Ref.req.850- e r w/slide 30 ft. Fully
dolls/must see to ap-r 0 r ,.', 209-8947,",,- ', self contained. $6900
pri~ciate. Vet ckd 850- .,.. ,ob OBO, 334-687-4503'
674-3532 or 545-5732 2 & 3 BR MH, Cotton- '
dale. http://wwwchar- |, J,-,,., avin 16 foot boat, 90
ISCELLAMTOUSI Ioscountryliving.com. .. in s, HP Johnson. $350ni-
MISCELLANEOUS 850-258-4868/209-8847 o(-)[r hIleS 797-0309 nson.$3500334-
PE rs
'_ ,,,2&3BR MHW/D,, Javelin'94' Bass boat
Freeto goodhome: n APA-r wEN:is FOR o :CH/A waterlawn- ? R.I-..1.. 377A 150 fast strike,
newborn hamsters, iarb.incl. 1st/last/s- X'j- trailer. $4750 334-596-
ready 10/31 850-573- 7 RF[ /FR[i:Dj ,,:. Call 850-573-0625 "- 1694 _
0826 i .; ipr: Furr. 1 3/ 2 C H/A $450-$500 You Name It...
1pl, l. p -: r,--j per m month, C'dale..No C classified Has It!!!
SIrv,.,i* .-'.) f pet8.850-638-1171' B AT/MOTORSJason1986 bass boat
-'Z . -,, :- "* "-- 3/2DW,Malone,FL, 110 Johnson motor,
ScJL IFIEI: 3/2, SW. $400. and up TRALERS !garage kept, good con-
!, ..,,, .A w.:r, ,,in .:r security neg., 850-569- ition PRICE REDUCED
Eq l i P eI'1 n t :u" 9884 or 850-557-3343 Tritoo 2005 1753 Crap- $3900 OBO 334-794 5511
L .,n,.. I /2WM --0!o pie, mercury 60HP, 4 /334-798-5936
,anim rnAdRE RI 3/2 SWMH $500/mo stroke front & rear live
R rUNr u Gan R didge0-592- ells, rnd bait well, lots\
,,r/UN uhIKE 3'772/573-0014 of storage, fully "*

:T- 3bd2bd tble dde, g e quiped. $2,5063 'd
3( :(850)209-.3591 r $50 pe u er w/115 HP Mercnury, "
FAP 850-579-5549 Optimax. 71 pound Mo- f ....
f t ',FT COMMERCIAL 3BR1312BA.DWMH, on torguide, 480 GPS/fish
SEQUIPMENT :,,,:D.aDOW 2863 RussFRd.$850/mo. 850-f inder, stainless stee
I ;h~, r,, St.-1 yar 52-295 .prop. Ready to fish Hunter 2004 306,1like
n y 526-29--$18,600.334-774-5412 or new loaded, wet slip
r, IF. n ,l,:,,,, t.:,, 5 S.. r e, 3BR DW MH South of 334-790-1346. available, n Port St.
.7l 41i Co'ilt-t-'l'ond' ;.l-,. ,,n, paT,-,d 1Joe, FL great weekend
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1 r., r, i t 5 twin diesel engine, & info upon request.
s"Oc.,rS.:..T, at P0 850)52-1104/209-3028 master bedroom, full $70K850-653-8147, Lv
Jr I ,::14 .T, P.)- R ~ hnh rn
]?fthmnwpr .I r .I.T .-. -- ]bath & kitchen,.bay Msg
.,u.1..- 'I..1 H I Emonths rent point slip free:$155,000
12mo. ease: 850-258-9917 ... j






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Cser Ct i,' r2044 ~.1 F.u-H,:,unnNOp. O Pontoon Boat, w/trai- ';47 78, .7 S.0
ju" .^ ij?., 1'i .. -rur,, __ ler,'06 trolling motor, . -
i.,dor dT : 15 -----------CwithEextras $8,000 334- ., H
1,0n0r I. COMMERCIALD TOCL775-7548 ,_,crs.r:w/r',V ,..)np
-r,,.PROPERTY/RENT REAL ESTATE S tratos '96 Bass Boat, marianer motor 91
,i,-,r,,i.,i n1..,ti-p. i _1 t+CLA E1/F115hp Johnson Fast model. 45 pt trolling
buhh:o.n,:,,,,.' '-..,ft :. I Wirr,,:.et .rt : 2/1.5w/8office, util. rm, Start. Shed kept, exc. motor. Green, runs well,
bld,1, CI,,r rr3r i4 .'u ,T,., s reee frn k cond., $5500,334-585- very clean, Great cond..
9-r "I ,. .1ir,'1. 1 5 -5r,. PM. .2191 ,i w $3.800. OBO. 850-573-
- FL. i5.0n '.,r 56-30 porch, enclosed --622?.
:,.',,Tt,,-,."n-.d fo D.. 1.",ana, FL (850)-526-3330 concrete basement,
i:K,:,4 *L,,,-|,-,|,:,,-,,-, B business Office Space $59KOBO850-526-8264 1 L [ Gambler'98 19 foot
.*.:,r:j 2Tc, 2,.iJ 1000 SIF, KitchienetTte SI Forec-l s t "-*-, g bass boat 150 HP mari-
44 .I ; -23,' ,: til. Bathroo $850/0o. ' ner, gambler trailer, -
M.s1.t l o util. incl. 52 :-3668 U NSe lR2istings like new. $8200334-
pa:.H I,.urr,,. r,,h :,3:,4r8,:,.A,-,i.0,.1,:n 800-570-8898 ext. 53661.,2 " 7 -45
,: , .P'r,,a .;.edW. r h,:,',l,.,n,,:,- hJ,', 3BR HUD home! $213
3'.1, ",',,, ,'" '7 '" mo!4% down30yrs@ -" -.- \ B
r,,', 'u",", "! r,,:,' ;".i 8% APR Listings. Call SPORTC RAnT.70 30 -. lf -'.
]? ~T.800-570-9898 ext. F478 PRSAT,730
1'j0 ext.F478 ft, 440 Chyr. engine,
t , ,' _, *-good condition, $5,000
IF| FARMS/ 3 NEW HOMES OBO 334-687-4634
.,,- a UNDER 175k NEAR---
r,, L,,Jt T: 1 C HIGH SCHOOL, G3 Eagle 170 '08 90 HP
.M,',, r. :r,,T,.,-,.: FSBO: 6 AC Flynt Subd .SUNLAND,AND -" - Yamahadmed appr Ln hrs .
'" ........ .- MathisDr. NearMerri- FEDERAL PRISON. .Lo "" v n i k dt new.6mool
___"" ^.tts.Mii Pond. $45K 904- EASY TO QUALIFY Looks new. $13,500 obo
99341620 FOR NO DOWN .,-334-793-7782, 796-5056.
Case Cotton Picker 2044.' PAYMENT&NO
$17,500., Ford Tw-15 HousEs/RENT! CASH NEEDED
Tractor exc. cond. I SeaRay 90'220 DA24' EL
$15,000. w/mower. UNFURNISHED TO CLOSE& crusier w/Trailer. Low
334-701-1836. ; MOVE IN. hrs, 2 much 2 list GPS/- S ELL
3/1.5, Marianna, 1st + CALL JAMES Fish Finder. Exe cond.
Ford.'00 Tractor, 5 ft: dep. 1 yr lease. No GRANT asking 15K 334 347-2279 G3'03 1756 Cener
'usho, 6 f. bx sokin/pes,.Applreq 85-526836 ORConsole. Came, 50hp
buladeog$10t0,bCall sm,34- 850 g/pets' Appl.re .. 850-516-836R Mastercraft'88 17ft, 75 Yamaha.Trolling Mo
-e0700 2850526"46 H Mercurylive-well, tor. D finder.
791-000 ': : 'rd.1 .1.1. depth fish finder, foot Duck Blind, great
Ford 2000 Tractor, gas, 1'!..i.: 1- -i",:, ., PRICED TO SELL control, trolling motor, condition. $4,999.
new paint, m any new C .: i. 1. T,,', ':.. V.w as $4000 now $3000. 33 4-685-4218
parts, 334-299-3102 ,:,,.,,_.,, UNDER 200K 334-805-0119


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SBOATS/MOTORS I BOATS/MOTORS I CAMPERS/
H TRAILERS H TRAILERS TRAVELL TRAILERS
Fisher 2008 1754,40HP 2004 90 hp Mercury
4 stroke mercury, ta- Out board $3750. firm .
chometer, humming- also 9.9 HP Evinrude
bird 565, live well, bilge $650.334-774-3165 or
pump, $11,200 334-798- 334-791-7208 ] A
0010 -- 200117' Glastron - --
Chaparral'84 198XL 185 SX170,90 HP Johnson,
Evinrude with trailer Aluminum trailer, great
$3500. 334-693-9360 shape, $7500, Call 334- Fleetwood '00
S677-4912gI Prowler Camper,
'.-" ,,, -- Ig. slide out, 38', 2BR,
_E .'. Great cond., $10,500,
Call 229-308-1168.
.-...... .. s- '" Carri-Lite'98;,Travel
Trailer 30ft, Great con-
Chaparral 210 SSI '05, dtion. $4000. Firm. 850-
Yellow, 260 hp, bimini 593-4482.
top, galvanized trailer,
stored only 20hours, Boat, 50 hp Yamatha, 98 Coachman Santa-
many extras. Like nw depth finder, garage ra, 35ft. 23,000 miles,
$25,900, 334-475-38g3 kept. Great cond. $6500 7KW generator, 2 en-
OBO, 334-805-0818 tries, ducted CH/A,
Bosto n Whaler'73, re-' hydraulic levelers,
stored, 13 foot sport 16 ft., 1974 Glastron w/ rear queens, sleeps
with 2000 40 H P Mercul- 1998 70 HP Tohatsu, 6, leather power cap-
ry motor. $4,900OBO. runs great, $3000, Call tains chairs, base-
34-71424 334-714-4882 ment model, great
*'*'''14 "1- ----- ~ shape, all manuals,
4-1E CAMPERS/ service s records,
1 t $32,.850-762-
1PCW /- n TRAVEL TRAILED S386
Sprinter 1999 5th wheel


2 MOTORCYCLES/
ATVs
2005 CRF 150 F Honda,


goood condition, very
,* Iow mileage, $2,000
.,,E 687-3275 or 850-625-
-- 3965

RIVERSIDE'05 ADVEN- E L I
TURE travel trailer. 33 S LE *
ft. Large slide-out. Cubcadet'07 Utility
Sleeps 9. Great condi- vehicle. 20hp Cat
tion. $16K. M ust see. Dieelhnine. 2 h Cat o
td 801b6.34~u~st-s Diesel Engine. Camo,
Call Bob 334-445-6400. great condi-
PRICE REDUCED tion. $8,500.
Lexington '06 29ft,3 334-685-4218.
slides, full body paint
11K miles, like new. GSM new 200 GY, or-
$55,000 firm. More info ange enduro(on & off)
334-703-2500 road, wife won't et me
keep it. $1500,140
Monoco Knight '06, miles. 334-794-8861
Save $25K or more.
Diesel, 4 slides, 4300 mi, Harley '06 1200 Sports-
many upgrades ter, white, dyna fender,
$159,700.850-866-2774 Screaming Eagle pipes.
Exc. condo. 6100 mI.,
*.,-'. -ig $8,490 obo, 334-726-
,0y 7815 v
=il !. ^ -, Harley '07 Fat Boy, vivid
black, less than 400
miles, $16,000 OBO,
334-791-0891


27ft, with slide out i -. HOLIDAY RAMBLER '96 Haley-Davison '00
room, fully loaded with Endeavor W/B 37',1 DinaWide Glide, blue &
new hitch. $9500 334- '-7. slide, 230 Cummins Die- diamond ice, lots of ex-
805-3058 V I sel Pusher, new eng. tra, lo miles. $9500.
Sandpiper'06, 5th L-a- w/3000 miles, diesel 4-5855396
wheel, 3 slides, Retail enwasher/dryer Harey Davidsion'
BAYLINER'05 185BR, in $29K. Wholesale $25K. 9:0,000 334-687-6164"' Heritage softtail twin
boardL white / blue, Au- selling for $21K. 850- H olidynRlam b ... hlr,02, cam, blue & silver, rd
board, whoteblurs 86-248 or850-896-, diel p er 02,sld radio lots of extras
to. 6-cyl.200 hours, 86468 or 850-896- 95 Westport by Fleet- diesel pusher, 2 slides, 334-671-4281
Loaded, MP3, AM/FM, 3774 ------ wood, 34'2 slides, rear outside ent. center, 1,0.3,- .-
runs well, very clean, Prowler'98 5th Wheel. kitchen, hardwood loads of. extras, no
Great cond. $13,900, 31 ft. living & dining floors, good condition, smoke, no pets, 38K
334.709-4298. slide, full bath. Queen, $14,000 687-2684, 334- mi., Must Sell! $68,500
B b. w/traier bed. end kitchen/oak 703-0125 OBO, (850) 638-7920 or
Bassboht w/trailer, cabinets xr cond. 850-596-8475Fr d0Ct ... .. '
1984 Astroglass Pro $10,500.34-791-178i3 200719ft. Pilgrim'Lite "
Craft. 150HP Merc. .5 -9Travel Trailerlike new, Fourwinds'08 Chateau
trolling motor. $2500.. Prowler 34 ft, 2 slides, asking $10,000,'Call Spo Cls L,2
850-482-7597 bumperpool, sitting on (334) 677-3827 rkhorse Chas! 6L.0
lot in Eufaula with boat Vortec. 5578K mi.no sl.
Aluminum 15ft, fishing shed. Call for details. 2006 custom park mod- outs. non-smoker and Harley Davidson'06
boat, 25HP motor, tral- $15,000FIRM. 334-798- el LogCabin,used 3 pet free. $55,000 obo Screaming Eagle VROD,
er, trolling motor, fish 0095or334-685-7742 months perfect for lake .Serious inquiries only2 Red, 7K ml warranty,
locator. $3000 334-671- 0 lot, hunting cabin or Reduced!334-522-3652. $18000. Call 334-714-
2998 Outback '06 31 RQS mother in aw suite on 5940
SLoaded $16,900 OBO your lot, ready to move. Damon.Intruder 00'
." ". 334-618-4501. $33,900. OBO (251)654- 35ft.Class A design- Harley Davidson '06
h 205thWheel- 5586 er. V-10, 27,917K 2 Sportster Custom. Red,
Nash 2004 5th wheel M- 0, 2|es2'A 7,800 miles. Great con-
-a. 24-53, 1 slide, impres- 2005 Gulf Stream Cavi- slides, 2 AC, 2 TV's, edition. $9,500 obo.334-
:" #"i # s ie onniionanu lar Pmdl31' sleps ,ie by sid6 frig w/ d ition. $9,500 b' 334- '
^: '~,i~. sive condition and ar PkmdI, 311L, sleeps ice maker. Ne7irs 9"-377. ____
equipment, W-07 Silver- 6, excellent condition. aker N re -8377
travel package, let's $6,000. 334-237-1039 334-696-4746. W E
Aggressor'88 Fish/Ski, discuss price. 334-D70- 're E L
w/90 Mariner.Great 4315Dam 99 Day HARLEYDAVIDSON'08
cond. $3800.334-678- Montana 2005 5th lide, w queen Fat Bob Pearl Blue, 6-.
6990. Wheel, 4 slides, king 29 esoeCua esl otie spd. 2000 miles, excel-
bed, excellent condi 20C13 Keystone Cougar bd, sefcnained lent condition. lots of
xc5th wheel, Series 276 enerator, Like new. co ion 1o
tion.[$34,500 080 850-M.000.229-723-6612ie extras, 2YR warranty,
5 tion.$347 ,580 O8 50- EFs. 28 ft. w / living $14,500 0BO, Cal 334-
tW 060^ ^ ^ ~ ~$2, 000.229-723-6612 |W Oc?3-
i547-2808--3.- room slide. Great cond., $441- 69625 "
Classifieds... $13000,334-702-8267,
S See what it's all leave a message.
tabt -r 1995 Shasta Travel Damon'97 Daybreak,
Montana 02'5th wheel Tr ailer, 22 ft, sleeps 4, one-owner,34 ft, 22K t-i,


m Idounted uspaedheatrb 2921 eshaewht od.Cmies, C wning, K Hl 34-8-928
gif?^?^^...W camper, 32.5 ft. 2 slides, $5500, Call (334) 794- miles, AC, awning, S E .L
"95 Hunter 23.5 sailer mntew 4000pach- queen bed, Onan 5 Harley Davidson
w/ trailer, '035h Hon- genew0tornan r 08'Amerilite Travel generator. $14,900. '08 Road King.
w rai, '3h H gee ator w/inside re- 334-792-7436. 1P
da,l2much2ist,$P0k mote, $25k 01O, 850- Trailer 211A ft. Fully self Crimson Red2 ,
Call 3348062822. 593-6946 contained, Used once. Damon '96 Daybreak 6-spd. 675 miles,
.OBO Ca. 334-806-2822. 593--94-Pd $13,400, asking $19k Motorhome. 31 ft.. excellent condi-
HMacol'06 5th wheel 850-579-22-17 Clean, sips 6. Great tion. warranty,
w~,-,. ;dookt uer, anby Classifieds have what. cond. Comes w/ 2-whi
nun.^ niker ca be~ car doly.33-72-61
st.,, at 2469 El Bethel you are looking for. Ealoly 3-9201
Chu,.:r, Rd. GR;$19K Concord Coachman'05 HD'02 Fat Boy. Motor-
> S -13-6058 v __ Motor Home. 23' long cycle. Custom, 8500 mi.,
2700mi, Take over pay- exc. condition. Loaded,
". ..A. e -in:,ne Hornet'03, 27 -WL ments.850-593-5103 $12,000 OBO. Call 334-
rno .,noke/pets, very 255-3165.
861cBAY,,>,i 29f. Vo c lean, as a super slide, '06 Travel Trailer $10K 28 ft. Allegro, well --- --
86' BAYLINER 29ft. Vol- bel wholesale $7900 OBO 813-446- 7862 or maintained, new tires, H-D '02 Ultra Classic,
vo 260 eng. fully loaded 561-758-7484(Altha,FL) 813-506-0912 fully loaded, new paint, Blue & Grey, Motbrcy-
'w/trailer, low hours -indoor kept. $12,500. cle. 15100, Loaded, low
,$12,500 OBO 687-8169, Jayco "08" Eagle 5th Call 334-792-8018 or miles, very clean, Like
334-703-3138 wheel, 291RLTS, 3 MOTOR 334-792-8827" new. $15,000,334-701-
-- ~ ~~~~slides, with covers, a H M S ; --,' 358
34 ft. House Boat, electric awning $35K, HFomEs H 2 0Sots
Sleeps 6, good cond.,. selling for health rea- 03 1 HD01200Sportster,
asking $12,000 BO, r sons 334-791-4192 100th Anniv Ed, w/
Call 33,4-792-1079 or 0_ shield, bags, Tandem
334-718-9054 Jayco'03 camper, 34 ft. eat w/backrest, 7500
2 slide outs. Exc. cond. miles. Exc.'cond. $5500,
-. Like new on rented lot -o- 334-449-0015..
0[[l=tFra. with water front view ' f -*j;... f^ l a S --- -
S Lake Eufaula $19,0002 1997 Four Winds Class HD'06 Heritage Softtail
2 OBO 334-793-0021. C, 31ft, A/C, stove, mi- Classic. White, 5-spd.,
sportfishing Yacht Gulfstream '03 26'Fifth, crowave, fridge, sofa, 1 m e ln o n-
Designed by orld Wheel w/slide out, Winnebeg99 Brave C a 40dtin $16,500.Call334-
renowned designer Great cond. $12,000, 6 ide,35klmi.rmAcoa 334-791-1450.
Tom Fexas. 334-726-2186. wheels, new tires, gen., You Name It"
Dual Mercedesturbo Forest River Surveyor jacks, $33,500 obo, 522- H 7. .r. Classified Has It
diesel engines. '06 30ft. Travel Trailer, 3564 HD__-... .."- - :-^ -. HD'07 Heritage Softtail
166 Total Hrs on self-contained, sleepsor '' i Classic, exc. cond., 3 yr.
Yacht and engines 8, excellent cond., warranty; $14,500,
$16,995,334-792-5151 or war S 334-684-0498 ,
Raymarine E120, 334-648-1828- Honda'03 VTX 1800
Autopilot, Hi def Fleetwood Prowler '04 Black, Motorcycle. Gar-
Fleetood rowlr'04age kept with approx
Radar, VHF Custom 5th wheel, 25 ft, bunk- % age k'ct with appShowroxom
Fighting Chair, house, I owner, no 4 Arrow 37 C,
Custom long Range pets/smoker, like new, .Work Horse Chassis. condition. Backrest /
Tank, 60 Gallon Bait 'gas/elec H20 heater, '-*,.- ** 19K, loaded, 3 slides, 99 luggage rack w / bag,
Tank outriggers, $15,200 850-557-1731 tow car, $iral93,000, Call quick detach wind-
tournament rigged FEW D5 ISI '0 TrailLite (334) 618-0717 shield. $8700, 334-445-
FLEETWOOD'05 Prowl- 26ft fully loaded low 6933.
Compare at 1.4 er AX6, fifth wheel, 36ft,. mileage like'new! In- motorcyclesES/':6'
million. Sacrifice 4 slides, flace, large clue's navigation i sys- Honda'05 Foreman 500,
$950,000 will trade shower, 30/50amp. A tern. Priced at $62,500 ATVs red, warn wench 2.5 ton
for equivalent ocean real must st:$39,900 OBO 334-616-6508 to luggage rack, mirrors,
/ waterfront proper- 334-687-2994 see! '03 V-STAR 1100, 12K thumb bar. like new,
ties or trade down DcE* miles, lots.of chrome, 2 need to see. $4,195 334-
for pleasure boat. Coachman'99 Royale, REDUCED helmets, $4,500 229- 684-2080.
36ft with 2 large slide '03 Class A Monoco La 334-7489
view Yacht at outs, queen bed, sleeps Palma. 2 slides. 1/i Honda'06 Rancher 350,
http://www.sportfis 4,2 AC units, TV. On a bath. Loaded! Incl. car '04 Big Dog Ridgeback,. 4 wheel drive, excellent
hingyacht.us/" rental lot on Seminole, dolley & all furnishings Hard-tail, 11,000 mi, condition. Auto. $3500.
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RED, 5000 miles, war-
ranty, Great cond.
garage kept, $6,200,
334-774-6779.





Honda'06 250 Rebel,
Motorcycle. Like new.
$2.800, 334-498-3918.
Honda'07 750 CC. 4 yr.
maintenance & 5 yr.
warranty included. Ask-
ing Payoff! 850-573-
2692
Honda '07 750 CC. 4 yr.
maintenance & 5 yr.
warranty included. Ask-
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2692
Honda GL1800 '05 Gold-
wing. Blackcherry,
26,200mi, $15,000. plus
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trailer 7,000mi. $4,000.
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Kawasaki '00 ZX12,
green, lots of extras,
extended swing arm,
loaded, like new. $6500
OBO 334-790-0028
KAWASAKI '03 Vulcan
1500 Classic. Never laid
down, 19,000 miles, ex-
cellent condition. Load-
ed, $7,500. 334-702-7775
if no answer, leave
message.
Kawasaki '05 Mule, 2
wheel drive, $5300 850-
209-4266


Black, CD.Runs well. Re-
built motor, sunroof. .- ..
Great cond. 2,000 obo. ',.- ..
Brand new 26" rims,
chrome w/black 3,800 '
334-671-1607.
Audi'03 A6 power .
everything, new tires, Ford '06 Mustang, Red,
excellent condition, Auto. 6-cyl. 35,500 mi,
64,500 mi., $16,700 BO. very clean, Great cond.
334-983-4446 $12,100, 334-798-5753.


miles, Great cond., BMW '04 330CI, conv.,
$7000,334-687-8624. black, w/black int.,
nav., system, call'for--, ,-2
Kawasaki -'81 more info. $28500 OBO '
K2750LTD-H2.Needs 229-308 -1493
work, good parts bike.:
1-3671 mi., $700 obo Bonneville '05 GXP, -
cash. 334-393-1735 North Star V8 engine, -
Metalic grey,50K miles
Kawaski 07Mean $18,500 850-209-1087 Fri '.f. u:hn3 CTr
Streak Special Edition. Prem., silver/bIck,
Under 500 miles. Extras Buick '98 LeSabre, good custom paint, leath-
included, $8,000. Call cond. $1900 850-557- er. $31,900. Call 334-
334-899-4247 0145 618-2441.
P o la ri s '0 0 4 -W h e e le r - -- .,,I l .f S i--
4 wheel dri4-Wheeler, Ford '64 Thunderbird,
334-794-2398 82K mi, 1 owner, $4000.
Ranger'06 70 EFI Will trade. Call 334-632-
Camo, excellent condi- 8024
tion. $8200 OBO. 334- L
798-2181 Ford '64 Thunder-
98 211 bird, 82K mi,l 1own-
Road Star '01 1600, Cadillac '04 CTS in mint er, $4000. Will trade.
dressed out, 12K miles, condition with transfer- 334-632-8024
$5900. 334-790-4360 able warranty $14,500.
Sportster'06883 Low. 334-740-9155 Ford '92 Crown Vic, U
Motorcycle. Black, 490 Cadillac'06 DTS GM, tow, body good, 4 parts
mi, excellent condition. fully loaded, 31,500 mi. $250 OBO 850-272-8105
Loaded, 6200 080. Call Immaculate condition. Ford 95' MustangCo-
334-255-3165 or 334- $24,500. 850-592-2773 n vertable $2500850-
255-2920. CADILLAC '06 DTS. Se- 726-0256
SUNF 2008 50CC, dan. Metallic Blue,. You Name t...
moped, street legal. 46000,reat condition. Classified HasIt!!!
$800 334-793-5248 Loaded, warranty, -----
$19,500. 850-867-4884. GM '75 El Dorado, fully
Suzski '06 Boulevard restored, $10,000.229-
S50,750 mi. Like new, Cadillac '93 Allante 334-8719
crash bar & windshield Convertible, red, beige
$5,500. 334-618-2542. leather excellent. 71k Honda "03 Accord,
miles $13,900 334-449- coupe, sunroof, leather
Triumph 73 chopper, 2823 or.334-723-3037 seats, 75K miles. 14,000
custom built in Mami Cadillac96Fleetwood, 850-685-5542 (Troy)
nice bike, lots of Cadillac '06 Fleetwood,
chrome, runs good Broutgham Edition, 22" ,.i Be
$3,500. 334-984-2044 rims, exc. cond., 78K-
mi., asking $6400 OBO, ,
Call (334) 379-5118
I' ""*'' Chevy '00 Impala (fo- -
rmer police). V6 ps, .
pb, pw, p seat, tilt, cold '
air, oke new tires, new
spare clean runs great Honda'03 Civic Coupe
$2750. 334-538-1747. Automatic, One Owner
$7800.120k miles. West
VERUCCI '05 50CC, 4 Chevy '03 Z06 Corvette, Main Car Sales W.M. St.
stroke, 120 MPG plus 45 Excellent cond. 35K mi, Dothan. 334-699-5880
MPH, Sportster replica $27,500. 850-762-8399 Henda '3 Civic Ex
"$1,200 334-355-1339 bhe-Honda 03 Civic EX
for 6 PM CHEVY '06 Malibu, 4DR, Coupe, red, 5-speed,
low miles, loaded 75k. miles, $8,800. OBO
YAMAHA'02 Banshee $10,000 334-687-4571 334-677-3694 or
$2,500 OBO 334-355- 334-7_14_-4029._____
0491 Chevy '32 Original body 334-714-402
& frame, 350 engine, AT Honda'07 Civic Coupe
Yamaha '06 RI 3,500K Trans., extras! Must see Touch screen GPS navi-
mi. Garage kept with to appreciate! Serious nation system, DVD
upgrades. $8,000. OBO Inq. only. $20,000 obo. player, 26K mi., black,
334-239-0055 334-372-4122 $16,000 786-223-2278.


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Maxda 6, ,"08, New, Mercedes'93 Benz.
I,800miles, 4dr, gray, Great gas mileage
ps/pw. $19,000. obo 300E, 2.8 liter engine.
850-547-2808 Power windows/locks
& seats, cruise control,
Mazda '01 Millennia, sun roof, AM/FM/CD
V6, loaded, 94K miles, player, leather inter interior.
$6200 OBO, 334-693- Adult driven. Beautiful
3510 car inside*& out. $3,500
Mazda84' RX8, 62,000 Cash Firm. SERIOUS
miles. Runs great. Borla INQUIRESONLY call
Cat-back exhaust. Take 334-790-4892r
over pmts. $19k owed. Classifieds have what
850-557-6199 you are looking for.
S 4:Ui- Mercury '76 Marquis,
-- - less than 45K original
v* -miles, 1 owner, $3500,
seriousinq. only, 334-
691-7332 or 685-2269


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Yamaha 02'Zuma Chevy '90 Corvette Con- Lexus '02 LS430 black.
Scooter. 6400 mi. vertible, blackok cond., fully loaded, tan leather
125mpg, Windshield & low mi., $6.900 obo. Call P b int& very good cond. ga-
luggage rackexcel. 334-793-6997 rage kept, tinted win-
cond. $1600.850-352- 0 dows. 89K mi. $15,200
4723 334-718- 3518
Yamaha 08' Grizzly 4x4 wha ,' -_ Classified
esi, 215 miles, 24 hours Avrtn g.
asking payoff of $6,500. Chevy'94 Camaro, HYUNDAI '06 Sonata Advertisings
334 237 3068 50 Blue, Sedan. 5- d. GLS, Beige, Sedan. Cant Be Beat!
334-237 i-30686-cyl. 2 WD. Loaded, Auto. 4-cyl. 2 WD. Lexus '95 LS400, runs
Yamaha '09 Zuma 125 Power brakes, Power 53000, Power brakes, & good, all options, needs
scooter, Brand New steering, CD, A/C, runs steering, CD, A/C, some work, $2500, 334-
only 10 miles!! 90mpg, well, new tires, T-Tops, AM/FM, stereo, sun 792-4100 or 618-9101
64 mph $2900. very clean, Great cond. roof, warranty, Great
334-701-4243. 4000., 334-618- 3414. cond. $10,995,793-5596. Lexus '99 30RX, 20-26
MPG, champagne, sun-
Yamaha "93 Virgo, 750, Chevy'94 Caprice Jeep '01 Grand Chero- roof. $10,900 OBO. 119k
hard tail,cust.,good w/LT posi rear end kee, Mint condition, miles, beautiful car, ex-
cond.$2,100. 984-2044 Station wagon. Auto New tires, cold air, tremely clean, tremely clean, runs ex-
Claifieds have what $1,800. 334-696- 8019. $5,000. 334-685-3832 cellent. 334-794-8861
ClAssifieds have what ---------------- -
you are looking for. Chrysler'01 Sebring, Kawasaki-'07 Brate _S
-A T O convertible, 56K miles, Kawasaki'07 Brute '
Yamaha YZ125, 2 excellent condition. Force 650 4X4. Black,
stroke, pro circuit pipe $7,200 850-685-5542 28 hours. Excellent con- .
great condition. 334- (Troy) edition. $5000.2334-488-
726-3842 g4621.
________ ~Chrysler'05 Pacifica
Touring Model, 43K mi.,, p, 1.
r i seats 6. white, 1 owner, .i- Leaus 8S 300 '01 Sadan
.y c, ? ^exc. cond., new front-. SuprCk
"- ,3.tL. tires, $13K 334-222-2166 ,," mines. West Main Car
YrL. Dodge'95 Neon $1000 i Sales W. Main. Street
c e SOrie O.B.O. Call Mike 850- Dothan. 334-699-5880
1",,i1F,,I c 890-6265 i'l Lincoln'95 Town car
'. v Cr II Kia'04 Optima LX, Gold, Champagne color,
All -- iu Ford'03 Mustang GT 44K miles, working AC, Maroon Int. good tires,
6Vfe '.^ fe Convertible, yellow, CD player. $8,000. 850- cold air, $2,000. 334-
S 30,600 mi., clean, exc 326-0638 794-0385.
cond., $12,995,334-

SAFORD '05 Mustang Con-
AUTOMOBILES: vertible, leather, V-6,
loaded, 18K miles,
$16,000 334-355-0881
$500 Police Impounds -
For listings Ford '05 Mustang, V-6
800-570-8736 x2802 premium edition, Fully
Loaded, great gas saver.




'86 Corvette Red Only e in Co s
103k with Red/Black
Ithr, AT Entirely newIt Ford b06 Mustang GT,
AC/ PW&L Garage Kept ght blanhback/eather
$7400 or060 596-0157 int., premium sound,
loaded, 5 sp., exc. cond.
L > K 20,700 mi, REDUCED
$17,685,23 MPG, hwy,
L O O K reg gas. call 334-588
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MG'76 Midget com-
pletely restored, show
quality, like new,
$10,500. firm. 334-794-
7936.
Nissan '03 350Z Touring
pack. 61K mi. new tires
& brakes elec. blue
$15,900 OBO 334-397-
0381 or 334-695-0381.


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Pontaic'84 Trans-Am
ram air, hard top con-
vertible, 2 seater. Very
rare car $6,500 334-792-
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Pontiac '01 Bonneville,
white, 6-cyl., CD. 115k
Mitsubishi '00 Mirage. m. Very clean, good
Sedan. Green, Auto. Mitsubishi '06 Lancer 02 791-1604. 334-
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tints, Exc cond. 15000, on gas mileage!
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Nissan '05 Maxima SL, -,
fully loaded, leather int. tiac '06 GT 6.
bose sound system & 400HP 24,000 miles,
garage kept. exc. i- black in/out, one owner
cond., I owner, $26,000, 850-352-
$17,3000 Pay off. Call 375$26,000,850-3557-6666
(334) 714-1671 3752/850-557-6666
Nissan'06 Maxima SE 2+2 2nd owner, all Pontiac '07 G6, 4 cyl.,
Exc. cond. white, war- orig, exc. cond. good silver, 4 door, 14K mi.,
rrenty, 29K mi, $17,500 miles, Bright redw/ w/cruise, $13,900,
OBO 334-714-6616 d. grey LX int. Loded (334)445-6302
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Ford'05 F10. Pick- (334)796-8174 10
AC,Auto,AM/FM.CD stone,
$5500 obo. 850-762-9333
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CDBPlayer $9,500. ____
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CGall John 334-797-0420 SELL IT
or Jason 334-714-1601 ,. FIND IT
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:bLT ., iui.:. ,j,:i | r ; r-.1 ,i 4 doorAll Power,Tinted
,I:y'i. .'VC, :'2;. 1 ,,1: ".iu:. ..' 1 Windows,20" Chrom
m*l, lu. di1,a i- r.,-.. 1 .1.. -0i 61"i ...l ,i Rims, CD, $16,800 or
'll..'?i L.'L,..- ,. ''.I _080. Call 334-596-0157'
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'11 ,T, [,ri ,,,,-, ,, .3-J' chrome rims, still under
F -.r.3 '_ L" ',1 ,! "riw :' i l- j T'i ',' T .
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nI l',,1 i, i ,,l ", Iru, ".,I ,-, ,. r. pack. 33,000K ml Exc-
i,, ,.-r b5-,j -- .i i 1 ,1 -i.,, r r 'l : ., .1 hape, 4-dr, loaded,
, ,- :' i; h:1.- ,,',;""'. ,: [,c.r i ,1 : .1 ,, ,:r'"i leather, bedlinerw/
14 Ili,', r. .; .11*'i --n ." '" : fdld-a-cover,20'
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:.,I :' ,.,rui ui .....i ,, ,: r .- i. warranty. $17,000 334-
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8295. before 10am or v. VEHICLES
M ., ,, mess. 334-648-0780. : VEHICLES
M',U l Nissan '06 Titan SE 73K Buick '07 Rainier, By
burgundy, king cab; 4 owner, 2WD,.6 cyl., Sil-
donr. C.Mv pi- varLeatherPower,
,i I .. ..,I 20,000 mi. $20,000 neg.,
%,',..:i ,i : -., Call 334-370-3921
TOYOTA -'01 Tacoma Buick '07 Rainier, 1 one
Double Cab, AT, V-6,4 owner, leather, BOSE,
WD. 10,700mi $12,000. On-Star, 18k miles, gar-
334-596-8986/794-2956. ret/gray, $21,000 neg,'
factory warranty. 334-
S r 685-1261 or 334-677-
Ford '85 Tow Truck, 3281
custom-built 1 ton. r.-' -' .' '. CHEV '04 Avalanche Z71
loaded. Great con di- Floaded $18,000 call 334-
tion. $8,500, 334-791- t.'- '.695-2739
8695 or 334 794-2426 Chevrolet'99S10 Blaz-
Ford '04 XLT Super Cab, er, Good AC New trans.
towing pkg., bed liner' with warr., New tires,
tool box ,53K miles, Toyota'00 Tacoma Pre- clean. Runs great!f!!!
$n5 0Ono0 C,11 ? 7'4. runner ext. cab, brush REDUCED!!! $3,200.334-
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Ext. Cab. Must be refin-
anced loan balance
$12,000. 86k mi., exc.
cond. Call 334-475-1785.





Toyota '05 Tacoma.X-
Runner, Red, 36K miles,
Loaded, Great cond.
$16,800 OBO. 334-347-
4999.
T,., .,'.l i '; 7 |ill'l [.. :t lJ>.1

tow pkg. Only 127K mi.,
great condition. $6198.
334-984-0339.



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Cnevy'U5 Tanoe,
White, leather, CD,
3rd Row, on-star/.. -
XM, 2WD,40,560
miles, very clean,
$18,500, Call 334-899-
7099.
Chevy '03 Trailblazer
LT, seats 8, exc. condi-
tion. 14,000 actual mi.,
orig. price. $36,000, ask-
ing $14,800. 334-333-
1685


Honda'06 Accord EX-L,
Charcoal Bronze, load-
ed, GPS,34K miles $18K
OBO 850-445-5767
Honda '06 Element, 20k
miles, $19,400. OBO
334-793-5621
Jeep '01 Cherokee, 4x4,
cold AC & CD player,
runs great, new paint,
$5500 OBO, Call (334).
701-3974 1


Jeep 01' Grand Chero-
kee Laredo, cream col-
or bug shield, side vis-
ors, roof rack, clean in-
side & out. 97k riles
runs great. $6500. 850-
547-5292
Jeep '03 Wranger, very
nice! 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


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a.5J t .p uSh button
shift), Green, 2wd,Low
Chevy '01 Blazer, White GMC '00 YUKON 105K miles, VERY clean, Like
AT 6-cyl4WD, 130k, PB milbs; loaded SLT leath- new. (It does have
PS, CD, A/C, AM/FM, er, On-Star, sunroof, black rims) $3500,850-
sunroof, $5,800. Call DVD Player, warranty, 592-6580
334- 793-0677. $9,000 334-695-0119 .
Classifieds have what leave ---ge.
you are looking for. ____





GMC'01 Yukon SLT, $24,900, Red, 10,500
Leather, Third row, miles, Red/Black
Tow Package, Good Leather Seats, Chrome
Chevy '01 Tahoe LT, tires, $10,200.714-9510. Brush Guard, Larger
128k mi., sun roof, Ithr. Tires than Stock, 4x4,
3rd seat, heated seats, n Mt ( Call 334-685-3463 ,
TV, ALL power, new I r1 \
tires, fact. wrrnty. M U ST ,
$9,800 0BO.678-350- GMC'01 Yukon SLT
8442. white, Ithr, 1 owner, ga-
Chevy '00 Tahoe, LT, raged, 92K mi. $10,900.
4x4, black w/tan leath- Great Cond!!!334692-
er. 145K,,winch & brush 4124 or 334-797-7603. .
vqurd $8900 06B 793- -"
l",,., ",:'. ,, ,,:., ,.<,. .\ Jeep '00 Cherokee Sport
.. t 4-D 2WD 131k miles
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S' ., i Sales..1862 West Main
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B VEHICLES
'Jeep'91 Wrangler, 4 cyl. PC '( "
good shape, new top, orders
Rhino bed line sprayed Appoin.n nts
inside, $6500, Call (334) u- lIo ngs
726-0219 -FORECISRFS






Jeep '97 Wrangler.
New red paint job
SUV. 5-spd. 4-cyl. 4 WD. LF1INV16TATION TO BID
00,000 mi., power INVITATION TO BID
brakes, power steering,' MARIANNA HOUSING
CD, A/C, AM/FM, runs AUTHORITY
well. Great cond. $6200, 2912 ALBERT STREET
334-693-2099. MARIANNA, FLORIDA
Jeep'08 Wrangler Sa- 32448
hara 4x4, 7,900 mi, hard
top & soft top,towing will receive bids for
pkg., black, khaki int,, furnishing all labor, ma-
$23,500,334-685-0653 trials, equipment, and
services required for
Land-Rover '99 Range the:
Rover HSE 4.6, fully
loaded, 95K mi., $7,200 RENOVATION OF
OBO Call (334) 797-0768 DEVELOPMENTS
1-1 FL29P031-1, CAPITAL
FUND PROGRAM (CFP)
_*-AR.Z&AIN, FL29P031501-07 & 08
Mercury '99 MT, Dk. Sealed bids shall be
Blue w / grey leather, received until 11:00 am
sunroof, 89K. Loaded. Legally Prevailing Time,
Great cond. $5900,334- on 4 December 2008 at
687-4494. the offices of the Own-
~- -,., er. At that time all bids
ly opened and read
aloud. Proposals sub-
mitted by mail should
be addressed to the
Owner at the address
p set out above and plain-


Nissan '07 Armada,
Black/tan, oil changes
& warranty, $26,500,
Call Jeff 334-701-8303 or
Lacy 334-701-6020.
NISSAN ARMADA'05
fully loaded even navi-
gation 85k miles. Need
payoff $18,000
(334)695-4965. %
Nissan '02 Pathfinder
SE. Loaded w/options f
Excellent cond. $12,000.
334-447-0053t
Nissan '04 Xterra, 64K
mi., 4x4, AT, $9,800
080, 334-983-4446
Nissan '06' Xterra S,
black, V6, auto 33k
miles $16,500 334-300-
8102 leave message.
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0oyota '00 4 Runner
j.TD, Hunter green, tan .
weather loaded, excel-
lent condition $8500
(OBO 850-445-5767 t
t"'' .


ly marked as indicated
in the instructions to
Bidders. All proposals
submitted by mail will
be collected at the
above mentioned
mailing address at
10:00 am Legally Pre-
vailing Time, on the day
mentioned above and
taken to the offices of
the Owner. There they
will be opened.
Information on this
project may be ob-
tained from the Archi-
tect's web site at
www.brr-architect-
s.com The work for the
above referenced proj-
ect consists of, but is
not limited to, the work
herein described as
follows:
At Eighty (80) dwelling
units in Forty (40) build-
ings on Three (3) sites:
1. Remove and replace
all existing roof shin-
gles, felt; ridge vents,
drip, and deteriorated
plywood roof decking
at thirty-six (36) dwell-
ing units at eighteen
(18) buildings, as well
as one (1) Administra-
tive Office Building and
one (1) Maintenance
Building, all oh one site.


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SeringJackson & surrounding counties since 1974
For photo tour of listings visit our website at:
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2215 b1- bric home 3 bDerooms wit ottice & 3
baths Flooring includes: pergowood, ceramic tile &
carpet Updated kitchen & much morel *#08-1256
a 5113
McPherson,
Allord


acres 3BR/2B 3 outbuildinos *#i07-1982


3124
Fourth St..
Marianna

I_ hi- ;1ii r.,'* r..:.Ti y i i i,: eln,,T, a -.
baths Master bedroom on main floor Kitchen w/center
island Formal living & dining room #08-1203
5287 CliIi
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.. 2. Replace all roof shin
es ,felt, ridge vents,
and relas ed ccessriet ts 2700SFupdated home .3 bedrooms & 3.5 Oaths-Above ground
at reatd a cs bidns rde- pool *'Other features include: ceramic tile, brick fireplaces formal liv-
at all buildings de- nowithbay do#08-1213 '
F-4: scribed above. Deterio-ingdowithbaywindow#08-1213
rated plywood roof 12806
IToyota'84,4-Runner decking replacement CottonwoodRd,
ISR5 Silver. Excellent ll be quf by Al-and Unit Price.
condition. 67K miles wance an nit Price.
Electric, leather, Spoil- f so l-,
er, $17,000 obo. 334- Proposed forms of id-
79ding Documents,
* 791-9595. '" inclu in Drnt, kitchenappliances,bats,electrical&more fencedbackyard
+' fSpecificatne s, are tor withPecantrees #6550
Architect: 801 Allison
Drive. Chipley
Bradfield, Richards
Rhodes & Associates. e
Architects, Inc
1040 Crown Pointe .,,, ",,.. 1
Toyota'01 4 Runner SR- Parkway; Suite 550 .. ,,,, ,, ,, ...,. ... ,, .
5 2-WD $8700.112k Atlanta, Georgia 30338
miles. West Main Car Phone (678) 990-5656 IR A IT I
Sales W. Main. Street Fax: (678) 990-5858' L
Dothan. 334-699-5880 and the Owner._ jIII_ __ _
Thar Best Petsfound Copies of the docu- ,
are found ments may be obtained 1887 Fairview
in the by prime contractors, Rd., Marianna
Classified Ads subcontractors, or
materials suppIers,
Mi fdiS from the Architect. Sets l a
of documents may be .t,,: e.nIr ,,...,6.16.acres
ST P Nobtained for a. NON- with(2)fishpondslargebarn/pavilion*#08-1816
REFUNDABLE CHARGE
Toyota 07 Sequoia, of $25.00 per set. r,.-.
Gray,-2 WD.42k mi. document charge stbie *1i .30Hoe73 .
Loaded, moon roof, be submitted n r,. a in
leather,DVDentmt form of a Compa,Marna
system, warranty. Check, Certified Che I G
Greatcond.$25,000. Cashierls Check f -- =
334-726-4818;797-5083. Money Order made
Toyota'01 Sequoia, p a y a b I e t o t h e 7.74 acres 2 bedrooms & 2 bath MH 2 fish ponds
limitededition, tan Arc hitect. Checks shall on property Pole barn w/electricity, #07-2204
leather interior, sun- be drawn on a financial
roof, 109k miles $9,000 institution insured by 2960 Chase Way,
334-794-6130 the Federal Deposit
Insurance Corporation Marianna
R (FDIC). No documents
will be issued by the Ar-
chitect until the docu-
'ment charge has been tstindackeo.CerfedEnenegyStarHome.2743sq. L
-- received and no partial *Addionualcreageavaiable-4bedrooms&b3baths*CentlVacuum
sets will be issued. Re- System*TanklessiGasWaeheuteG Counteropsis*#08-6296
$6995 West Main Car matea supplier. Also *fence back yard *Owner financing availableument 742
shall be accompanied 1461162 Dgood,'11
,- by a -street address,482 g M Or
telephone number and 'A raiann
shall identify the
purchuser as a prime
Chry Townp&mCountry c nt contract o r
'01 LXI Loaded, 79k mil subcontractor, or 1350 +/ sq~ 3 bedrooms & 1.5 baths1.20 +/- acrelot
$6995 West Main Car material supplier. Also fencebackyard.Ownerfinanciegavailuble#08-742
Sales.1862 West Main provide the current E-
StDothant334-699-5880 mail address where bI l
addenda may be
forwarded. II :4

equipment contracts Am., Grand
exceeding. $25,000 a bid
guarantee equal to not
less than 5% of the bid
amount, and nomnleing =


Dodge '01 Grand Cara-
von ES, red, Van. Auto.
6-cyl. 2 WD. 112,K mi.
miles, Loaded, Power
brakes, Power steering,
CD, A/C, AM/FM, ste-
reo, runs well, leather
int. very clean, $5,200.
Call 334-347-0496.
Dodge '99 Caravan, V6,
jazzy 1113 power chair
& a Harmar power
ramp inside. $5000, call
Ella Eliot 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


with the requirements Upgraded 2BR/1BA home
of Clause 9 of 'form Great starter or rental property' Priced to sell!
H U D 5 3 6 9 #08-1650
"Instructions to Bidder.
for Contracts P..I.: "' 709 Blue Jay
and Indian Housing F .:, L a..-Wi Ave.,
grams" as modified b Mariann,
the Supplementary ,Maana
structions to Bidde.r:
(both of which ar,:
contained in trin .,t, Jr.:i ,,, : ~,-' ii r:.1. :q0n l. I-eb ra
Project Manual), shall & outbuilding* Master suite w/walk in closet
be submitted with Family room w/gas log fireplace MLS#08-1580
each bid. Bid Bonds
must be executed on
the form included in -dl
the Project Manual),
shall be submitted with
each bid. Bid Bonids
must be executed on -
the form included in the 2167 sq.ft.* 3 bedrooms 2 baths '2 car garage Homea
Project Manual. The over looks Indian Springs golf course *#07-1620
successful bidder will
be required to furnitr 4671
and pay for satisfacto' MeadowvyieRd
assurance of contra 'PM
completion in acco. Marian
dance with Clause .,
of the above referencEJ
fo r m H U D 5 3 6 9 a : .. r o .. t ..t . n e .rc .
modified. Family room w/firelace 2 car iarage& outbuilding *Termite bond 08-885


Attention is called to
the fact that not less
than the minimum sala-
ries and wages as set
forth in the General
Conditions of the
Co n t ract for
Construction Public


and Indian Housing
(form HUD-5370),
SSuppl e m e ntary
Ford '01 Windstar Sel. General Conditions, and
Van. Green, Auto. 6-cyl. S e c t i o n W a g e
2 WD. 98,500, great con- Determination (all
edition. Loaded, $5,700. contained within the
334-671-9879. Project Manual), must
be paid on this Project.
Ford'07 E150 Cargo All contractors shall
van. Contractor ready p rov i d e Eq u a I
warranty, key less O p p o r t u n i t y
entry, $15,000 080O 334 Employment,
796-8174.
-.. ., No bids may be
.. withdrawn for a period
S'" of sixty (60) idays
S subsequent to the
opening of bids
hout the consent of
the Owner,
S. Mini- The Owner reserves the
KIA-'02 Sedona. Mini- right to reject any or all
van. 136,000, great con- bids and to waive any
edition. Loaded, new informalities in the
tires, sunroof, leather bidding
int. $4999. 334-477-3051.
NISSAN -'95 Quest. MARIANNA HOUSING
Red, Auto. 159,376, AUTHORITY
$3,900.334-347-8470. Bo n n i e, H o r n e,
Executive Director
Pontiac '2001 Montana, Date: 31 October 2008
all power, rear A/C, 7
passenger, good condi-
tion. $4500. 334-299-
3378 or 334-618-7101


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6237 +/- sq.ft. EXECUTIVE home in Spring Chase
* 3 BR/3 full baths & (2) /2 baths 3 car garage 3 central
unit w/3 zones Home theater room #08-1362
51Sl4Presidents
C, .rcle,


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

.i .~ i ... i *. 3BR/2B garage wcfnsulated
door Crown molding, base board, vaulted ceilings, hard wood &
tile flooring Baths w/cultured marble eoinertops 08-1103
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farm has a great 3 bedroom 3 :iiLr,. r,,:i home
with 2896.under roof. The horse barn has 10 stalls
all with automatic horse waterer's 2X6 pressure
treated stall construction, double roll up doors -w-
baked on metal exterior. 24X36 feed/tack barn,
concrete floors, tack-up area, concrete wash rack,
round pen, lighted arena, cross fenced pastures,
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(850) 526.2891 (office)
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on 5.64 acres with,a,small pond. Living room with 28 ft ceil-
ing with wall of windows, 25 ft stone fireplace, dining room
overlooks deck, new cabinets in kitchen andiisland with extra
sink, new stone tile in foyer, recessed ceiling lights, sliding
glass door in master bedroom opens to deck and bath has ele-
vated deep garden tub. Must see the numerous extra features.
MLS 08-1423 $229,000. NOW REDUCED TO ONLY
$189,000!!!!!


Cause & Associates Realty

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


Lee M. Gausen. mDana Glass, R.eIr
Cd: 8SO-S73-1760 Million 11011Dollr Prodlu-r
Emad: ushomilt 21t6 yahoo.coM Cel: 80209 8870
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2730 CARRIAGE DR, MARIANNA, FL CARRIAGE OAKS
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4094 MCCALL LANE, MARIANNA, FL Beautiful new home in desirable

rolled edge counters, 20' sxbxos ref. smooth top range, landscaped yard,
2 decks, realtor owned MLS# 07-1439 S209,900




2360 FRANKLIN LOOP, MARIANNA, FL Beautful 04 3/2 home locat-
ed on one acre in quiet area. Great floorplin, look brand new, Only a few
hundred feet from paved Lawrence Rd. MLS# 08-1406 S79,800




i'i w HWv n flrF NHa ma rL PrfT.-' --m -:3 r-rr .-t- 1t

Panhandle Rd and is across Hwy 90 from Oak Sation Shopping Center,
Office building contains over 2,000 sq ft. with city water and sewer. MLS#f
07-1814




2393 HIGHWAY 2, CAMPBELLTON, FL Nice 1804 sq. ft., 2 bedrooms, 2
bath home has new roof, new paint, hardwood floors. Home and 1 acre
for S99K Additional 4.25 acres that are zoned commercial can be pur-
chased for $28K. MLt# 08-854


1 ir: Y' LL FI,- ,, .I~ ,, -1:
3I..d h 1...... .l h, ,
1230 UNDERWOOD RD. GRA.EVILLE Fa-i,, n .. 1 ..
buy u-i, a t1-l-'l y dally aITl. Updai ed double ]u1 1 ,. .... .. H, i, . ... .
milking parlor with two milk tanks (1500 gal total). OLDER HOME WITH SOME UPDATES localedin thecountryon I,. ,,. . ..
Brand-new (348x40) free stall barn for 199 cow t I -h I, -r'" Pr 1,"- Fr--- 24 blueberry bushed, grape :'., ,i .,,5 i-
capacity with feed alley. New. 96x50 Storage barn. I r..' 2.... 1I .1. .', 1 l. Great investment property.
Up to date equip plan. The brick home is a 4 bed- MLS 08-1395 $57,000.
room 91. bnvh home vfith gre3tmrgie roome The
,7. ,ar i, ur M, MLSR 8-1268 S525,000


3 R1 O e. AR r 4ya..L.
with a roll up door on the end for song your collector car or motorcy
cles.Hurryonly S275K
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576. FORr RD, GREENWOOD OAK PARK """
MOBILE HOME PARK. Tired of low interest on -.,. ,-
your money? Great investment/income producing
property. Excellent rental history.Includes 7 owned, .
mobile homes, three rented spaces and room for -,
two additional mobile homes. MLS 08-329
$250,000. ... ... ..



LOVELY OVERSIZED MOBILE HO MEon 5 acres Half of acreage Ls I a
cleared andisperfect for gardening. Home as3 bedroom ,2baths,versized
ca-iri kitchen, washer/dryer, stove with micro-wve and officesitting mom GRAY OAKWAY, MARIANNA, FL eautiful newcpnstruction 3/2 home
next to master bedroom. Metal storage building, peem tinces, fruit trea s and
gra pevine.MLS 08o-l96 $135,000.
I)EERWOOD DRIVE, MALONE. Bring the o
Familyll 3/2 brick home on acress with room SUNNY SOUTH PROPERTIES
to grow, 2004 sq.ft. h/c & 3262 sq. ft. under
roof. This great home features a large screened N SOUTH PROPERTIES
in back porch (17x12) for relaxing and (17x15)
bonus family room. The cheerful country
kitchen-w-center island and large pantry opens
into the formal dining room with a bay window. uEDJ Hwy73N.Marianna,FL Primepieceof propertywithatotalof 468
The huge living room has a cozy wood burning acres Located only 3 mies north of Marianna & only 15 miles from the
fireplace. Great for entertaining, there is a Jarge M CCOY siteofthenewproposedCountryCrossings,withapprox.1/2milehigh-
in ground pool & BBQ area. A workshop/hobby wayona property would be any developers dream onsdeng
barn (20x40) is included and could be convert- Realtor goingtoneedsomewheretolve. CALLFORDETAILSIMLS#08-852
ed to a nice horse barn or apartment. $185,000o
4, Cell: 573-6198

40n 6 HM 90. Mariann FL 32446


vv m y. v'i r HILL vl a a H' M l ,, ,. -, ,,
(850) 526-2891 (office) ".. ...'::, ....
Each Office Is Independently Owned and Operated a whole for a major price reductn. Check them out Call 850-209-8870
You Can Find Us On The Web for details today. MLS 08-856 thru 08-865
At: www.sunnysouthproperties.com
E-Mail Address: emccoy02@yahoo.com

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HOME LOCATED ON PAVED ROAD within city limits with good accessE
to Interstate, AClandStaterHospilu. lThwe bdmioim, nice suoomun withriot
tub. washer and dryer, chain link fencing and lots of storage space. 2466 OILMORE RD, COTTONDALE, FL
Landsca.ped will naive plant and grape vines. MLS 08.988 $134,900, 2/2 Home on 6 acres Fronts Dilmore Rd and -110 OWNER
FINANCING! MLS# 08-1627 $49,900





'3/2 Home ocatedminO CLH's 16x17 covered porch *Current survey
ERY NICE DOUBLE. WIDE i'oble r l ,ni i wn h 3 ,tero and has een i cn appraised a S99K OWNER MOTIVATED *MLS 08-1626 $74,900
plilcl renld'lekd. new bi i pa rdi. side-1 -sid, rel'ngracor, soic. fresh palt ,.
inside, new roof. new punp hou asked puNl shed and new hner lor the in-und


7591 HWY 90, GRAND RIDGE, FL
S 1.07 acre lot Corner of Hwy 90 & Morgan Loop'High & dry, 396'on
SHwy 90 OWNER FINANCING' MLS# 08-1628 S39,000


CO'UNTRY L IN; sAT IT'S BF'ST. Baitlul two srI honm e with bedrooms.
2 balhs ncaulid on 2 acres Orlae all niuslrn ilsridn lill double oinic 1 utoi1 lab-
ini e and prpo lanimaicnoors. aulted ceiling in focr. si oileirepiace. gadnn
lub ith jts, large laundry r roni. pantri and unachni duti ble carlnpo wiq uoiln,
rmil MI-S 07-260 $189.900.


I'RICEREDUCED onhis double de mobile ho'mlocaledon5 acres no
far from Ocheesee Lmdmn. Chaaciooclhee Riicr and Ochlieeee P'ni
Honm iitlh 3 ehdroomin. 2 baths, iin and dining rin, nie Luchn kilieand


Front and back d1cks. REDUCED!!! NILS 06-205t 2 $113,400.
812 HIGHWAY 71, MARIANNA, FL Quaint home
in the country on a beautiful 1.34 acres. Don't let
the age fool you, this home has been updated
new central h/c, new roof, nice kitchen, new
plumbing, freshly painted and wonderful front
screened in porch. This place has a large
shop/barn, 1860 sq ft of covered areas with a
24X11 enclosed workshop with electrical and
water.' The property is exceptionally nice.
$89,900 BRICK HOME \\T'ri 3 Ili)ROOMS. ne inCnor andl eenor door..
t, l mr l ,f ,l i n II 3 ld lxr&a/ i d mmq mot-
iode OlT-n oi ,tiiN\ IS 08-1675 $75,901.


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TBD CANTERBURY OR, MARIANNA, FL
* Lot 3 & 6 are available for $14K each Close to town just off Hwy 71S
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TBD WOODBERRY RD, MARIANNA, FL
* Lot 9 in Hill-Dale Estates Localed just off Pebble Hill Rd
*OWNER FINANCING MLS# 08-1630 S6,000




2891 LAWRENCEVILLE RD, COTTONDALE, FL
* 2.3 acres Located on corner of Lawrencevile & Moore Rd Could
be spit for 2 home sies- MLS# 08-185 S41,000





2,992 SF under roo 32 with 3 car garage In-ground pool.fenced
5119,000


a beautiful country setting. 26 plus acres of 2022 LINCOLN AVE,.GRAND RIDGE, FL
rolling grassy fields. with Heritage oaks dotting 1537 SFunderroof cuehome in city its largeyard
the countryside. Great views and terrific building barnworkshopRelocang MUSTSELL BRINGOFFERS
sites. Very Nice New homes in this area. Deed 'SPCtIO S FOI'R : FF BEDR0OO1 M d td i ii miiliobe cahon llrl l I_ __,ll I ,889K
restricted to 1800 sq./ft. h/c Owner/agent. i tcin'm iiii=ii r i :i i' ,I, ,
O w ner financing available w ith 10% dow n. n ii o an h ,' | 5 1
$205,000. Tilts t/ N Ib SPRICEi RDt CEI)!!! i11 iSo07-2188ai14v9o. WT YR4E AEE.


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6D FLORIDAN CLASSIFIED


Tim & Patsy
Sapp
Broker Owner/Realtor

Call Us For All Your
Real Estate Needs


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(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 leet
fronagc withb heautiflul akc view 3/2 DW large Tim & Patsy Sapp Ora Mock, GRI
screened front porch w/large side porch. Dock w/boat Broker/Owner Broker Associate
house. Separate storage building w/enclosed uiliy
room & boat storage. Boat ram p. A great buy @ (850) 209-3595 (850) 526-9516
$349,000! MLS# 08-1585




45 ACRES OF GOOD CROP LAND currently in
peanuts. l'lease view photos. North Jackson County
Farm conicme with deeded 40ft. easement. Priced to sell
quick @ $125,000! Bring all OTfers! NILS# 08-1603

Lisa Rees Bridgett Watterson

(850) 573-1127 (850) 693-0487
4257 Lafayette Street,
NICE 3/1:5 BRICK HOME IN THE COUN- Marianna, FL
TFRY. Nice big yard with detached carport and
barn in the back yard. Beautiful property. Great (850) 526-5260-office
house fuor first time buyer. Living room.& kitchen www.floridashowcaserealty.com
open floor plan. Screened front porch. Extra room
could be used as bedroom, den, office, etc. One
acre. ONLY $99,900!. MLS# 08-9601






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- Excellent Location Great visibilityand hiighway frontage comes
trick. On a deed restricted lot. Separate living room, ,with this commercial building Approx. 1000 SF Needs coin
den s/i c B g al o plete renovation (roof,. electrical update, etc.). In Downtown
separate den w/fireplace. Bring ll offers! Seller Cottondald #08-912 $20,000. Call Tim or Patsy;
this property! ALL THIS FOR ONLY $79,9010!
MLS# 08-1335





GREAT LOCATION. 2 acres on Highway 90. Great
for homesite, business, car sales, etc. High visibility. 3
miles west of Marianna. A GREAT BUY @ $50,000. Investment Opportunity! Lopg term rental history with
MLS#08-1749 his commercial oice building. Located across street from
Sl the FDOT. Convenient to everything! Price to sell @
$79,900. #08-43 Call Tim or Patsy.




*,, ,- TB o -- . .- B-- I 2002.
IMMACULATE 4/2 Doublewide on I acre, paved
street Completely updated. All new appliances, all new.,
carpet, all new tile. New paint. New front deck, new -
skirting. Alllike new..5 minutes front lown: RecentFHA TOP OF THE HILL VIEW conmres with this 17.79 acre,
approval. $79,900! MLS# 08-554 horse farm. 3/2 brick home. Vaulted ceilings in LR with
wood braun down the center. fuit in 2002. Large back
deck with awesome vieiv of gorgeous valley below. Ina
private setting. Spring fed creek on property, lust south
of Chipley. FL. All this for only $274M900. #08-1356
Call Tim or Patsy.,



LIKE NEW COZY 2/1 on paved street in Alford. Sits
on a nice lot si o a. i. ... "ne ,,. C e, i, ,
siding. Newt...







BARGAIN! Come see this like new 3/t3 OW. Meintl
roof. New vinyl siding Split BR design. La urge frot t-
be given at closing. M etal roof, insulated ins. Allnd

ing or relaxing! 6 miles tram Wal MarL Possible -
hOwner Finance. All for $89,000! MLS MLS# 08 #08--1657365




r~t t i 2608 Mashbbrn Road M -.
f, ,d *v '-1 u t l b,. Sh/2 om.unde ,o. l nsru o. F lc. n a h lo i Su..

BARGAINI Come senyl sided eith city ater Buyer can peIck up to this like new 3/3 DW. Metal





roof. New vHome inyl Marianna 32 2 Split B cR design. large ors interior paint #7-2347 Call Lisafront
& bak deck. All on I acre with beautiful mingres ound
po ith new liner and nce.,R pg ady for entertain- &
ingradedor reaing6 miles from W al -Mar Possible

Owner Finance. All f $ 89,900! MLS#08-1657



3/2Unit Lo 33 Sunny Hills. FL 0.57 acre lot in Suhe\offcnny
New Home in Marianna! 3/2 w/2 c garage om- ors intHills.29 #0-1007 Call Lisa or Brdgett

SCpeted inHO'7 sit on beautul cs ior rer lose t. Comes w/lop. T
oflie ne/ ho appliances, upgraded carpet & ve t2otinylg.,
senti-baement waped lectricituy.rer p inyl sidreeed-ing & stucco. .
Dimensional shingles, blnsrgy Efficient. So much









Attcird 2 rat corputh tire oaustie hbgomiti cunpltmenr the.
more!. o Bring ae tll or onerly $113,9000 MLS #07-23164
.Unit II,. Lot 33, Sunny Hills. FL 0.27 acre lot In Sunny
Hills. 297#08-1006. Call Lisa or Bridgett.






EAUT IUL ROLLING ACREAGE jut mit .nute.. oat of
SECLUDEDan. Prison res iden feGrand Ridge ace, loset ohighway &
like ne. 4/3 home comes AiPlPfireplace, wo0d laminate flowing., A "-









Beauiful ky graded road fm sa water pool w reeene erty, small di.
pondme. 0Lot pasture & s. All for onled $28395,000. MLS #08-174824

IACRFSNRCOTTONDL OttnI Unit 6, Lot 16, Sunny Hills. FL- 0,2.57 acre lot in Sunny




1,& O b.,. 1d n'- G roat J ills. #08-1008. Call Lisa or Brldgett.
Front 0920onboth.Splitsploperryl3vayv
cdu,, .deelopmen, or good firm
potnnlal. $599.250. ,MLS#08-1621



LYNN HAVENI Old Building of little value ott the 3 lots,
..~ aZoned low density residential with permission for Minor
./D, and a survey you can split property into 2 lots, for 2
SECLUDEDSACRES wnith very nice largedoublewidejusi homes. Corner lot. large shade trees in a nice neighbor-
nriunes foom Mariannia. 3BR/2 tull baths lirge utility room. hood at Lynn I aven. #08-1059 $125,000 Call Ora Mock.
La Vaks, R b ig 2 olhero ou e-(1 s b ..





TEN ACIRiS!-nmmaculate D.W, ras split BR design, Master
bath W/garden tub, shower & 2 sinks. All BR5 rave walk-In
closets. Large kitchen W/pantry Security system. Wood

rooi 2 hah ioile bor tn 3 4 acre. Nice Ytrc. targe Vaulted ceings Back hail of property is ccored. dOwter
Shdc trees. H "& dry lot. hisidc & Our hmitacuiai tc Ready To Movet t#08-1035 $99,900. Call Gra Mock.
Marianna






gIn Waslirngton County. Sunny IIhlls, Fl Nice
Suhdritsion North of Panatta City anid the beaches. In
tlea of new Bay County Airport Restrictions. A-2964
QUIET cO rNTRY [,I'IN(! h l VI s ii oI 26 bIi ll ll ,lres


...... In lho,, . ':calle tI n- &d .......te...d Unu cha, bc. n .
p "dtd rll- iiirtpllclehi, fr oak". 2 p nd Com t-oI o -
Ihc. IronI r o a nd ; oJt ] eI h, $' S 199.5n:! Ml.S0I8-1315 _


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HIickory Nut Drive. Marianna, FIl Nice lot has all
NE i AI RiA ci 2Is N i i i ] R amenities of CLI l. camp sites, cabins, hose back
l Cc 1 hl .chii, .'^u r .in l tl .hc la l iioi n i riding, swim m ing, boating and etc. Restrictions -
Ih &rlr ih cfs e ,alKe.ian NO MOBll.E IIOMES A2963 MLSi08-1099
o.l35s i9, $15,500


K. GMAC
CONNOR lEsta



Gina C. Stuart
Broker/Owner CRS







(850) 482-4494

1.800-866-4497
(850) 209-7150 Eve.
E-mail: info @ kbconnor.com
website: www.kbconnor.com
4389 Lafayette Street
P.O. Box 357
Marianna, Florida 32447
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8 ACRES all under fence with beauti-
ful home with "mother-in-law" quar-
ters. Plenty of room to have a horse;
fenced. Corner of Ara'Lane and St.
Correction Road. $279,900


TEN ACRESI-lmmaculateD.W. has split BR design.
11, 1.:, -,.-h, ,,,1 --.. .i,,c .1... .., 2 il 11 n r_ have
,,iM h .... ,. ii i-, .-.. ,, I. h' ,,, i stem .
'.:,-. i I-...-... rt. iook-up. Storage bldg. Storm win-
drint. .liJ,.r .,,ii.. Back half of property is wooded.
"Owner Ready To lnovel" #08-1035 $99,900.







BRING OFFERS
,rjli H ,* -r t _.: .1,.i .l ..j. :.o 1.111h. ..u,. .... II,. '
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 lice
neighborhood in Lynn Haven. #08-1059 $125,000










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

I "" l_ -T GRAND RIDGE
s l -- 15 acres on Hwy. 695 (Porter
Ave,) In city limits.
i 1 j Adjoining property to South
-is in county and zoned
.. mixed-use. Electric fence
SI' where calle 'used to graze.
Old hontsite has septic'and
S, acity water. City sewer lines
I '- will be installed in future.
Some pine and oak trees
SI--- ~- ~#2972 08-1270 $140,000














In Washinglon County, Snnny Iills, Fl. 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.
Welweatlher area on SE side, possible pond site. MlI
ok. #07-1692 $32,500.













I lickory Nut Drive,. Ma1rnnna, 1 Nice lut t ias ll anenities
or CI.II, camp sites. cabins, horse back riding, swimmining.
boating and etc. Restrictions NO MOBlI.FI HOMES. A2963
MLS#08-1099 $15,500


OAKWOOD DRIVE in t,eau.o ul rIJrir. l'r i [l
Very pacj'ouu. in J ti-dri,.,m,iT ljrge liaiig
room with vaulted ceilings and.skylights, den,
pool. Call us today!! $259,900


2933 GREEN ST- HISTORIC, true victorian'
home has been authentically restored. Features
of this home include 3 marble fireplaces, 13' ,,
ceilings, heart pine floors & Mohawk laminated'
woodflooring, crown molding throughout, origi-
nal bead-board wainscoting in DR, custom
drapes & plantation shutters. $29,900









4326 DEERING STREET Spaciousness abounds,
in this 3 bedroom home near old Marianna High
School.,This home has charactersl" A "must
see" for only $104,900


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

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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 puetal roof.
#08-399 $144,900 CALL LISA


4218t WOODIhERRY IKOAD, MARIANNA
3/2 Home built in 2007. Has vaulted living room
ceiling. Kitchen has beautiful oak stain on cabi-
nets. Has front and back perch and sits on 1.14
arce. Open floor plan with neutral paint choices
and flooring. #08-400 $136,900 CALL I.ISA


3343 OLD US ROAD, MARIANNA
Beautiful stately home on 12 acres with Big
oaks and 7+ acre lake. Property can accomo-
date horses. Stable was converted to a game
room. 4 bedroom 2.5 bathroom, with 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
ALISA


23408 TsLORn R), CCarIONDAI.., FL 32431
Nice 3/1.5 Brick Home in the country. Nice
big yard with detached carport and barn in the
back yard. Beautiful property. Great house for
a first time buyer. Living room and kitchen
open floor plan. Screened front porch. Extra
room could be used as bedroom, den, office,
etc. #08-960 CALL LISA


434Z MAYWUUU DU z- story DriCK nome witn
5 bedrooms, 31h baths situated on 3-acre cor-
ner lot near Chipola College. Home totally
undated Gnrnanin nnI I O L$3 5 nfl0 ,0


5454 10th STREET, MALONE Pristeen home in immaculate'
condition. Over 1800 square feet of living area, ponderosa"
pine paneling in den and Master Bedroom. 100' x 190' lot
with large oak trees. $119,900








4715 SHEFFIELD DRIVE Country Club Hills
Unit II. Pristine home in A-1 condition. Great
neighborhood near new Marianna High
School. $169,900








2679 CHOCTAW TRAIL Indian Springs. POOL!
Spacious brick home on wooded, acre lot. Very well
built and energy efficient! Call us! $289,900








COMPASS LAKE 394 LAKEPOINT DRIVE This home is
situated on PRIME location of thu lake!! It is an I
absolute "must see!' Ask for Gina. $495,000 T


4939 ANDERSON RD Greenwood. Located just'
north of Greenwood off Hwy. 71. Nice brick
home, acre lot, barn, lots of fruit trees.
$134,900









4507 PUTNAM ST Take a look you'll be
pleasantly surprised!! Home in great condition
plus large corner lot, shop and a large wooden
deck. $169,900


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