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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: March 23, 2010
Copyright Date: 2010
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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)-
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TUESDAY


Driver charged in weekend wreck


STAFF REPORT
Two people received incapacitating
injuries when a truck flipped over on
Interstate 10 near Marianna last Saturday.
The driver was subsequently charged with
two traffic offenses.
Pensacola resident Melissa V. Lachney,
44, is charged with reckless driving and
driving without a valid license, according
to a Florida Highway Patrol report on the


accident. Lachney was westbound on the
inside lane near the Family Dollar distri-
bution center interchange around 4:15
p.m. when she traveled into the grass
median next to a guard rail, according to
the highway patrol.
She steered too hard back towards the
right, according to the report, and lost con-.
trol of the Dodge she was driving.
The truck came back across both west-
bound lanes and onto the north shoulder of


the road, sliding sideways. The truck then
rolled twice'before coming to rest north
shoulder, right-side up on all four tires.
Both passengers in the bed of the truck
were ejected and suffered non-serious
injuries.
. The passengers were listed as 18-year-
old Richard A. Laposta and 16-year-old
Kristen Orr, both of Pensacola. Lachney
was also listed as having non-serious
injuries.


Two other 'passengers Rhonda
Denmark, 36, and Ernest D. Olliver, 44,
who owned the truck --'both suffered seri-
ous injuries..Both are from Pensacola.
The injured were taken by ambulance to
Jackson Hospital for treatment.
According to the Florida Highway
Patrol report, Lachney ."admitted to using
cocaine a few days ago, but did not appear
to be impaired at the time of this investi-
gation."


Coley

obtains

money for

school,

gets raise




Rep. Marti Coley
had received a pay
raise Chipola
College after get- Marti
ting $11 million in Coley
state money to
build a performing arts center at
the school.
See COLEY, Page 4A O


Fire destroys'
home in Malone
STAFF REPORT
A double-wide trailer west of
Malone was destroyed by fire
Saturday night.
According to Jackson County
Fire Rescue Chief Ton)i \ciler,
the trailer at 4496 Mount Zion
Church Road was "very difficult
to extinguish" because it had
multiple roofs as a result of .at
least 'one add-on to the structure.
The fire is believed to have
started in the kitchen. The occu-
pant and owner, Joe Baxter, was
cooking when the grease "got
away from him,". Wesley said.
Damage to the stricture itself
was estimated at $30,000, and
damage to the trailer's contents
was estimated at $25,000. Some
of those losses included tools in a
storage add-on,' Wesley said.
Jackson County Fire Rescue
was joined in the. 7 p.m. firefight
by Malone and Campbellton vol-
unteer firefighters.


Haiti effort collects 15,000 buckets


BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
The Chipola Baptist
Association has helped collect
more than 15,000 "buckets of
hope" for relief efforts in Haiti.
The five-gallon, lidded plastic
buckets with handles are filled
with food staples, enough to feed
a family of eight for a week.
Members of, local churches went
out and bought some of the buck-
ets at various stores, at $2 to $5
each, spent between $27'and $35
on food, and paid $10 to havd the
buckets shipped.
Some of the items they bought
were rice, beans, flour, sugar,
spaghetti, cooking oil and peanut
butter. There is a specific food list
which can be seen on a support-
in'g Web site, www.namb.net.
After the Haitian families
unload the buckets, they can use
the containers for a myriad of
purposes, CBA Director of
Missions Rev. Coba Beasley said.
"(The buckets) keep their food,
See HAITI, Page 4A >


The Chipola Baptist Associqtion warehouse is busy as people get thousands of buckets filled with relief
supplies ready to send to Hati. Mark Skinner / Floridan


The


bucket list
Recommended items for relico buckets
destined for Haniti:
Two five-pound bags of long -grAin
enriched rice
One 48-ounce plastic bottle of cooking
oil
T\o mo-pound bags of dry black or red
beans
One five-pound bag of all-purpos flour
One 20-ounce c[lindei- sle conit:iner
of granulated white sugar
T\o one-pound boxes of spaghetti noo-
dies
One 40-ounce plastic jar of smooth
peanut butter
One two-gallon plastic Ziplock .toUrag
bag 'used to wrap the bottle of cooking oili
Visit \v. \m\.namb.net for step-b-step
packing instructions
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New store to boost Alford's tax base


By DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER'
A new Dollar General store
should open in Alford around
mid-May, according to the man
who is. developing it for the chain
under a lease agreement.
Steve Hufstetler said the 9,100
square foot building, should be
qpen by or around May 15.
Alford Mayor George Gay said
the construction crew, may begin
pouring the foundation this week.
Gay and Hufstetler said the
store should generate eight or
nine jobs.
Gay said the benefits to Alford
and surrounding area go far
beyond the creation of jobs, how-
ever. It will have an impact on the
town's ad valorem tax base, he
said. The town currently gathers
in about $9,600 a year in ad val-
orem taxes.
Gay didn't venture a guess as
to the amount of tax the new store
would contribute, but said he
expected it to shore the tax base
up significantly. It and the new
high-end motel, La Maison de
Lucy, are two new businesses that
didn't ask for tax-relief incen-
tives to locate in Alford, and the
community is grateful for that, he
said.


Juan Rivera and Ben Clayton work on getting the site of a future
Dollar General store ready for construction in Alford Monday. -
Mark Skinner / Floridan


Gay said the discount mer-
chandise store and the high-end
motel help in their own ways,
despite being at opposite ends of
the economic spectrum.


The motel brings people into
town to shop, buy gasoline and
eat at Alford's two small restau-
See STORE, Page 4A >


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Out on a limb


A bird eagerly eyes a berry while perched on a tree in
Sneads Wednesday. Mark Skinner / Floridan


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Tomorrow
Sunny and warm.


High 780
Low 530


Friday
Early showers then fair.


Thursday
A few clouds. Possible
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Low 510

Saturday
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Telephone: (850) 526-3614
FAX: (850) 482-4478
E-mail: editorial@jcfloridan.com
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P.O. Box 520, Marianna, FL 32447
Street Address:
4403 Constitution Lane
Marianna, FL 32446
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Community Calendar


March 23 Tuesday
Renee Napier hosts a Drunk Driving sem-
inar, 9 a.m. at Marianna High School, for
Jackson County senior students. Everyone is.
welcome.
Christine Gilbert teaches free quilting,
crocheting or knitting classes Tuesdays, 1
p.m. at the Jackson County Senior Citizens
center, 2931 Optimist Drive, Marianna. Call
482-5028.
The Jackson County Chamber of
Commerce will have a ribbon cutting for
North Florida Cancer Care, 3031 Carter's Mill
Road, at 2 p.m. The public is invited for the-
ribbon cutting and following open house.
Call 526-2104 or 482-8060.
Jackson County Quitters Guild Sit-n-Sew
is .every Tuesday evening, 6-8 p.m. in the
First United Methodist Church Youth Hall,
Clinton Street, behind the Marianna Post
Office. Call 272-7068.
The Town of Grand Ridge Planning and
Zoning Committee meets at 6 p.m. in the,
Grand Ridge Town Hall. Call 592-4621.
Alcoholics Anonymous open meeting -
Tuesdays, 8-9 p.m. at the First United
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna, in the AA room.

March 24 Wednesday
Eldercare Services will be giving out
USDA and Brown Bag food, from 8 a.m. until
all food is distributed, Mt 4297 Liddon St. in
Marianna; and USDA food will also be given
out at Malone City Hall, beginning at 8 a.m.
Call 482-3220.
Jackson County Habitat for Humanity
Warehouse is open Wednesdays, 9 a.m. to 3
p.m.
AARP Tax-Aide, Marianna, offers free tax
return preparation and e-filing services for
low- and middle-income persons, with
emphasis on persons over 60, in the confer-
ence room of the Jackson "County
Agricultural office, 2741 Pennsylvania Ave.
in Marianna, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Services con-
tinue Wednesday mornings through April 14.
For an appointment, call 693-0873.
Chipola College business instructor Lee
Shook and student volunteers provide free
tax preparation, and electronic filing sim-
ple, individual returns only from 10 a.m.
to 2 p.m. Wednesday through early April.
Other times available by appointment. For
faster refunds, bring a personal check (with
routing information). Call 718-2368.
The One-Stop Center Employability
Workshop, "Budgeting," is 10-11 a.m. each.
Wednesday in March. No cost for individuals
interested in updating or acquiring addition-
al skills. Contact the One-Stop Center, 718-'
0326, to enroll.
Alcoholics Anonymous open meeting -
Wednesdays, 12-1 p.m. at the First United


Methodist. Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna, in the AA room.
The Jackson Hospital Board of Trustees
will hold its. monthly board meeting at 5:30
p.m. in the Community Room of the Hudnall
Building.
Today is the entry deadline for the 2010
Jackson County Pageants, which are set for
Saturday, April 1,7, at, 1 and 7 p.m. in the
Marianna High School Auditorium. Call 482-
5275 or 7.18-7095.

March 25 Thursday
The 2010 North Florida Research and
Education Center (NFREC) Beef
Cattle/Forage Field Day is at the University of
Florida's NFREC Be'ef Unit. Registration
begins at 8 a.m.; the program runs 9 a.m. to
3 pm. Lunch, refreshments provided.
Presentations,' 'demonstrations and' field
tours of ongoing research will be included.
The NFREC Beef Unit is 1.4 miles west of
Greenwood, on US Highway 162.
,Registration fee: $10. Call 850-394-9124, or
.visit http://nfrec.ifas.ufl.edu.
AARP Tax-Aide, Marianna, offers free tax
return preparation and e-filing services for
low- and middle-income persons, with
emphasis on persons over 60, in the confer-
ence room of the Jackson County
Agricultural office, 2741 Pennsylvania Ave.
'in Marianna, 4:30-7:30 p.m. Services contin-
ue Thursday evenings through April 15. For
an appointment, call 693-0873.
Alcoholics Anonymous closed discus-
sion Thursdays, 8-9 p.m. at the First
United Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia
St., Marianna, in the AA room. Attendance
limited to persons with a desire to .stop
drinking.

March 26 Friday
The One-Stop Center Employability
Workshops, "Employ Florida" (10-11 a.m.)
and "Resume Skills," (3:15-4:15 p.m.) are
offered each Friday in March. No cost for
individuals interested in updating or acquir-
ing additional skills. Contact the One-Stop
Center, 718-0326, to enroll.
Car Seat Safety Check, 1-3 p.m. in the
McDaniel Grocery parking lot, 8166 Highway
90 in Sneads. Lessons on car seat installa-
tion, discounted car seats for those who
qualify, and notification of car seat recalls
available. Call 526-2412, ext. 203.
Celebrate Recovery hosts adult and teen
meetings to "overcome hurts, habits and
hang-ups in a safe environment" Fridays at
Evangel Worship Center, 2645 Pebble Hill
Road. Dinner at 6 p.m. (free for first-time
guests); meeting at 7 p.m. Child care.avail-
able. Call 209-7856, 573-1131.
Alcoholics Anonymous open meeting -
Fridays, 8-9 p.m. at the First United


Methodist Church, 2901
Marianna, in the AA room.


Caledonia St.,


March 27 Saturday
The East Jackson County Relay for Life
Flea Market starts 7 a.m. at McDaniel's
Grocery in Sneads. Cancer survivor registra-
tion, as.well as luminarias and bows (both
$5 each) will be available. Call 592-2307 or
593-6960.
First Baptist Church of Marianna spon-
sors a Community Easter Egg Hunt at
Citizens Park on Caverns Road, 9-11 a.m. for
ages 2-4, 5-7 and 8-12. There will be free
fun, games and entertainment for the whole
family.
Nelson Singer Memorial AmVets Post
231, by the Sons of AmVets Post 231, host a
series of Turkey Shoot fundraisers at 1 p.m.
on the second and fourth.Saturdays of the
month, through April. Cost: $2 a shot.
Proceeds benefit the building fund. Call 722-
0291.
Alcoholics Anonymous open meeting -
Saturdays, 4:30-5:30 p.m. at the First United
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna, in the AA room.

March 29 Monday
The One-Stop .Center Employability
Workshop, "Knowing & Evaluating Your
Employability Skills," is 3:15-4:15 p.m. each
Monday in March. No cost for individuals
interested in updating or acquiring.addition-
.al skills. Contact the One-Stop Center, 718-
0326, to enroll. *
Today is the entry deadline for the Annual
Lady Elks Springtime Beauty Pageant, which
is set for Saturday, April 10, at 6 p.m. in the
Malone High School Auditorium, featuring
entertainment by Neysa Wilkins, emcee.
Pageant proceeds go to Florida Elks chil-
dren's programs and local humanitarian
causes. Call 569-2227 or 209-1714.
Alcoholics Anonymous open meeting -
Mondays, 8-9 p.m. at the First United
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna, in the AA room.

March 30 Tuesday
Christine Gilbert teaches free quilting,
crocheting or knitting classes Tuesdays, 1
p.m. at the Jackson County Senior Citizens
center, 2931 Optimist Drive, Marianna. Call
482-5028.
Jackson County Quilters Guild Sit-n-Sew
is every Tuesday evening, 6-8 p.m. in the
.First United Methodist Church Youth Hall,
Clinton Street, behind the Marianna Post
Office. Call 272-7068.
Alcoholics Anonymous open meeting -
Tuesdays, 8-9 p.m. at the First United
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna,-in the AA room.


POLICE UNDUP

POLICE ROUNDUP


MARIANNA POLICE
The Marianna Police
Department listed the fol-
lowing incidents for March
21, the latest available
report: one burglary, three
burglar alarms, four traffic
stops, one trespass com-
plaint, one juvenile com-
plaint, one animal com-
plaint and three public
service calls.

JACKSON COUNTY
SHERIFF'S OFFICE
The Jackson County
Sheriff's Office reporting
the following incidents for
March 21, the latest avail-
able report: one accident,
one dead person (natural


causes), one -,-.
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death, two _"---~-
reckless driv- ? : M
ers, two sus- -__RIM
picious vehi-
cles, one suspicious inci-
dent, two physical distur-
bances, one verbal distur-
bance, seven burglar
alarms, one panic alarm, 37
traffic stops, one larceny
complaint, one criminal
mischief complaint, two
civil disputes, two noise
disturbances, one animal
complaint, four assists of
motorists/pedestrians, two
public service calls, one
transport, one patrol
request and one
T


threat/harassment com-
plaint.

JACKSON COUNTY
CORRECTIONAL
FACILITY
The following people
were booked into the coun-
ty jail during the latest
reporting periods:
Ben Thomas, 44, 2187
Delaware St., Cottondale,
burglary of an occupied
dwelling with battery.
Jessica Clark, 26, 5010
Johnson Lane, Marianna,
violation of conditional
release.
Theodore Robinson,
52, 10295 Reddrick Road,
Marianna, failure to appear


(petit theft, trespass after
warning).
Sophia Donaldson, 26,
4294 Fieldstone Court,
Marianna, battery on a law,
enforcement officer, child
abuse, obstruction/resisting
arrest without violence.
Kendrick Barkley, 26,
4294 Fieldstone Court,
Marianna, child abuse,
resisting arrest without vio-
lence.
Aaron Aydelotte, 30,
2761 Jefferson St.,
Marianna, driving while
license suspended/revoked
(hAbitual).
Erin Murry, 28, 300E.
Washington St.,
Chattahoochee. three


counts of worthless checks.
Brandon Harris, 21,
2495 6th Ave., Alford, vio-
lation of state probation.
Joy Wheatcraft, 49,
1209 Carrawat St.,
Tallahassee, failure to
appear (battery), battery
(domestic violence).
Clayton Howard, 22,
2942 Hunter Fish Camp
Road, Marianna, cultiva-
tion of marijuana.

JAIL POPULATION: 217

To report a crime, call
CrimeStoppers at 526-
5000. To report a wildlife
violation, call 1-888-404-
FWCC (3922).


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Paint-n-Pork approaches


Marianna Arts Festival and BBQ


Cook-Off set for April 15-17
SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN


Festival planners have
wounded up a variety of
sponsors, vendors and
entertainment for the
Seventh Annual Marianna
Arts Festival and BBQ
Cook-Off scheduled for
April 15, 16 and 17 at
Citizen's Lodge in
Marianna.
The festival will be big-
ger and better than ever this
year, with J.T. Curtis and
the Silver Eagle band per-
forming Friday night, a 5K
Run Saturday morning and
a fireworks show Saturday
night.
Festival activities begin
Thursday, April 15, with the
Paint-N-Pork Preview
Dinner. The ticketed event
is sponsored by Jackson
Hospital and the Marianna
Arts Festival Inc. The menu
will feature the barbecue of
award-winning Memphis in
May-sanctioned teams. The
ABS (All But Stressed)
Band will play favorites
from the '60s, '70s and
'80s. Dinner will be served
from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. with
entertainment continuing
until 9 p.m.
Professional barbecue
teams will create the entire
meal, which will feature
Boston butts prepared with
the teams' special recipes.
Tickets for the preview din-
ner are $20 each. They are
available from festival com-
mittee members, and at the
following locations: Florida
Land Title and Trust
Company, Marianna Fire
Department, Main Street
Marianna, A Wild Hair,
Tommy's Auto Glass, Pelt
Eye Clinic, Smith & Smith
Jewelry and the Jackson
County Floridan.
The festival opens to the
public Friday, April 16, at
noon with entertainment
throughout the day, includ-
ing a big-time country
music show featuring J.T.
Curtis and the Silver Eagle
Band. A Fender guitar will
be given away to one lucky
fan during the concert.
Daily admission is $3 per
person. Friday and Saturday
will include something for
everyone: art vendors, food
vendors, entertainment and
children's activities. Items
for sale by the many ven-
dors include woodwork,
jewelry, pottery, paintings,
candles, hats, purses,
wreaths and wind chimes.
Vendors interested in rent-
ing a space may contact
Charlotte Brunner at 557-
1841. Vendor information


Entertainment chair Cindy Smith, left, and festival chair-
man Jonathon Fuqua look over the schedule of events
for the Seventh Annual Marianna Arts Festival and BBQ
Cook-Off scheduled for April 15-17. Festival planners
have rounded up a variety of sponsors, vendors and
entertainment for the event at Citizen's Lodge in
Marianna. For more details, visit www.mariannaarts-
festival.com. Contributed photo


and application .forms are
available at www.marian-
naartsfestival.com. -
The festival continues
Saturday, April 17, 10 a.m.
to 8 p.m. The Second
Annual Smiling Pig 5K
Walk/Run, 'sponsored by
pediatric dentist Dr. Ben
Saunders, starts at 8 a.m.
Entry fee is $15 before
April 16, and $20 the day of
the race. Registration begins
at 7:30 a.m. Find entry
forms at www.marian-
naartsfestival.com, call
Margo Lamb at 482-7721 or
.e-mail walkrun@marian-
naartsfestival.com.
For barbecue connois-
seurs, a fee of $3 will let
residents be the judge in the
People's Choice Award.
Your taste buds will deter-
mine the winner of some of
the finest barbecue in the
South, as you get to judge
the professional barbecue
teams.
More than a dozen pro-
fessional barbecue teams
are expected to enter several
festival competitions' which
are preliminaries to the
Memphis in May national
barbecue competition, held
in Memphis, Tenn. For
more information regarding
the barbecue contests, con-
tact Richard Kunde at 209-
2959 or richardkunde@hot-
mail.com.
The newest addition to
this year's contest is the
Ultimate Hamburger
Challenge. Open to all
backyard grillers, contest-
ants get five pounds of ham-
burger meat to cook up their
best burgers, using charcoal,
gas or wood. Each team
provides their own buns and


fixings. Entry- fee is $25,
with a $100 prize for the
best burger. For informa-
tion, contact Byron Bennett
at bennettb@cityofmarian-
na.com.
There will be tents, tables
and chairs set up along with
picnic tables under pavil-
ions, with music and enter-
tainment throughout the fes-
tival.
Children's activities com-
mittee members Tamara
Hudson and Kristin Roberts
have planned a variety of
fun children's activities,
including pony rides, train
rides, a bounce house, giant
slide and face-painting.
Artists of all ages are
invited to enter the art con-
tests. There are two divi-
sions: Students (pre-K
through 12th grade) and
Adults.
Entry fee is $3 per item
for students, and'$5 per item
for adults, with a limit of
two entries per artist.
Categories include drawing,
mixed media, painting, pho-
. tography, quilting, sculp-
ture, texture, woodwork and
miscellaneous.
Cash prizes and ribbons
will be awarded in each cat-
egory. For art information,
contact Lisa Pelt at 526-
3214, or download a contest
entry form at www.marian-
naartsfestival.com.
Deadline for entries is April
10.
Entertainment coordina-
tor Cindy Smith has sched-
uled constant and varied
entertainment throughout
the two-day event, includ-
itig local school groups,
dance groups and music of
all types. ,


J.T. Curtis and the Silver
Eagle Band headline Friday
night at the Seventh Annual
Marianna Arts Festival and
BBQ Cook-Off, which runs
April 15-17 at Citizen's
Lodge in Marianna. -
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On Friday, the Cottondale
Elementary School Choir,
Marianna High Jazz Band,
Graceville Middle and High
School Show Choir,
Expression of Faith,'
Elizabeth and James Mathis
and M-Pact Performance
will light up the stage from
noon to 5 p.m. Opening cer-
emonies including the
"lighting of the pig," begin
at 5:30 p.m. Country
favorite Emerald County
'Line will warm up the
crowd for J.T. Curtis and the
Silver Eagle Band
(www.jtcurtis.com).
On Saturday, Riverside
Beaver Choir and The
Dance Factory will put on a
show in the morning. At 10
a.m., Smiling Pig. race
awards will be handed out.
Later, Royce Reagan,
"Southern Impact,
Swiftwater, Twenty on Red,
Henshaw Young Adult
Choir and Keely Raquel
will take the stage. At 5:45
p.m. Saturday, the awards
for barbecue will be handed
out, and will be followed by
a. performance from Dry
Creek Bluegrass band. The
festival will climax with a
professional fireworks
show, sponsored by
Marianna. Toyota, at
approximately 8 p.m.
Saturday night.
More than $15,000 in
cash and prizes will be
awarded during the festival.
Entry fee into the festival is
$3 per person. The festival
is sponsored by the Jackson
County Tourist
Development Council.
Proceeds from the event go
to the Marianna Art
Museum.
More information is
available at www.marian-
naartsfestival.com, or by
sending an e-mail to
info @ mariannaartsfesti-
val.com.


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College. Each year, Chipola College asks the realtors
to volunteer their time to 4rork alongside college staff
as they serve the teams and fans in the concession
stand. According to CABR, those who volunteer
enjoy the time so much, they are always eager to sign
up for the next year.
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Brunner named chief



surgeon for new hospital

STAFF REPORT I A N.. : ] and performed his residen- Brunner noted that hi


A long-serving Jackson
County physician and for-
mer Marianna city com-
missioner is taking over as
chief surgeon at Sacred
Heart's new hospital in Port
St. Joe.
According to a press
release from Sacred Heart,
Dr. Richard Brunner will
begin performing his sur-
geries at Sacred Heart
Hospital on the Gulf begin-
ning June 1. .
Brtunner, .nurs.e practi-
tioner Wendy Corbin and
associate Di. -Val-Dee
Sheffield will continue to
see patients at his Marianna
office, according to the
release.
Brunner is a board-certi-
fied surgeon who has prac-
ticed in Marianna for more
than 20 years, according to
the release.
"We are very pleased to
have a surgeon of Dr.
B runner's experience and,


Dr. Richard Brunner
surgical expertise joining
our medical staff at Sacred
Heart Hospital on the
Gulf." -said hospital
President Roger Hall. "It
was very important to us
that we pros ide the ser' ic-
es of a surgeon %ith his
training and record of suc-
cess. It %was a bonus to
recruit a %well-known sur-
geon who is 'ery familiar
with the area."
Brunner obtained hiss
medical degree from the
Uniersity of Tennessee
Center for Health Sciences


cy training in surgery at the
University of Florida
Health Sciences Center in
Jacksonville.
He has practiced in.
Marianna since 1989 and is
an assistant professor of
surgery for the rural track
of Florida State University
Medical School.
Brunnei has lived in
Marianna since he was in
the third grade. His father,
Dr. William Brunner, is a
retired surgeon who prac-
ticed in Marianna for more
than 40 years.
"It as a 'er\ difficult
decision to" move my sur-
gery practice out of my
hometown." Brunner said
in the news release. "But I
am honored that Sacred
Heart has selected me to
join such a prestigious
organization, and I'm look-
ing forward to the opportu-
nity to start the surgery
ser ice at a beautiful new
hospital."


fiance, Lisa Sowell, is from
Port St. Joe, and he has a
home in Mexico Beach.
The new 25-bed, $38
million hospital opened on
March 15.
Brunner will be a part of
Sacred Hart Medical
Group, a network of more
than 1.00 primary care
physicians and specialists
at offices in Northwest
Florida and south
Alabama. ,.
Jackson"" Hospital
spokesperson Rosie Smith
said .that .with Brunner
leaving. Dr.-' Teresa
Goodpaster will ..join Dr.
Chai Arunakul at Chipola
Surgical Associates in
Marianna April 1. -
"We wish much success
to Dr. Rick Brunner when
he joins 'Sacred Heart on
June 1 and thank him for
his tenure.in our communi-
ty and .Agical .sqr ice to
our ,- hospital."
Smith-said.


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dry, they wash clothes 'out of them,
haul water with them, put clothes in
,-it, or line four up, put a board on top
and sleep on them," Beasley said.
"This wasn't my idea, but this was a
great idea. The buckets are very use-
ful to them, even' after, the food is
out." .
Of the 15,000 buckets, about 800
came from members of 42 churches
in Jackson County which belong to
the CBA.
The others came from churches as


far away as Pensacola to the west and
Tallahassee to the north. CBA and all
of the other churches are part of the
Florida Baptist Convention, and the
Southern Baptist Convention.
Beasley said that at church services
for the past 45 days, participating
churches received buckets their mem-
bers bought and filled, then started
.moving them to the' warehouse in
Marianna last Monday. Volunteer
truckers hauled the buckets here,
Beasley said. .


There's still time for the..public to
get in on the relief effort. Those wish-
ing to participate can do so through
April 2. Call Beasle\ at 573-1465 for
more information. or visit
www.namb.net for more specifics.
The 10.000 square foot warehouse is
filling up fast, Beasley said, but
truckers -are moving the containers
out to make room for more. From'
Marianna. the buckets are going to
Jacksonville, where they will be put
on a boat bound for Haiti.


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rants. The Dollar General will be of
benefit to visitors, and to the residents
of both Alford and the Compass Lake
area south of town.
"Compass Lake and Alford are both
communities that have, for the majori-
ty, older residents," Gay said. "These
are people who don't need or want to
drive very f5r to pick up some basic
household items. Right now, that's the
choice they face. We're really excited
about (Dollar General) coming here,


because it gives them another choice,
to shop for it right here."
Gay believes the new store will spur
more economic growth as well. The
store will be located in a highly visible
area, at the comer of Park Avenue and
U.S. Highway 231.
As Hufstetler gets.the building ready
for Alford, he's got another part of
Jackson County gn his mind, as well.
A few years ago, Hufstetler built a
4,500 square foot strip-mall in Sneads.


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With the recent departure of his only
tenant. The Landing Bar and Grill, it
now stands empty. But Hufstetler said
he's been talking with 'a couple of
restaurateurs and a\ walk-in clinic
provider who might be interested in the
space.'
He said he doesn't anticipate renting
the space. as a bar again, with the last
tenant drawing persistent opposition
from the neighborhood directly behind
it.


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The News Herald of
Panama City reported
Sunday that the
Republican from Marianna
saw her pay go up from
$45,000 to $60,000 three
years ago. She ,told, the
newspaper she was hired
as a regular employee in ,an
administrative position at
Chipola College after
working on a contractual
basis.'


Coleysaid it's her job as
a lawmaker to advocate for
the college because it's in
her district.
Former Rep. Ray
Sansom resigned as, House
speaker last year after r it
was disclosed that he
obtained, .millions for
Northwest' Florida State
College, which then gave
the Destin Reppblican a
$110,000-a-year job.


OBITUARIES


Peavy Funeral Home
20367 NW Evans Ave.
Blountstown, FL-32424
850-674-2266

Betty Clark

Mrs. Betty Clark, 80, of
the Alliance community
passed away Thursday,
March 18, 2010, in Wylie,
Texas.
Mrs. Clark was born Dec.
22, 1929,' in Smackover,
Ark. and had lived in the
Alliance community for
more than 30 years. She
was a homemaker and
member of the Baptist
church.
Survivors' include one
son, Perry Clark and his
wife DiAnna, of Wylie; two
grandchildren, Taressa
Bazdanes ,and. Amber
Hillyard; and three great-
grandchildren, Jakob
Bazdanes,' Joshua
Bazdanmes and James Key.
The graveside funeral
service will be Thursday,
March 25, 2 p.m. at Mt.
Olive Cemetery in Altha.
Interment will follow.
The family will receive
friends Wednesday, March
24, from 6 to 8 p.m. at
Peavy Funeral Home.
All arrangements are un-
der the direction of Marlon
Peavy at Peavy Funeral
Home in Blountstown.


K.L. Brown
Memory Chapel
620 Golden Springs Road
Anniston, AL 36207
256-231-2334

James Lee
Heptinstall

Funeral services for Mr.
James Lee Heptinstall, 58,
of Marianna, formerly of
Anniston, Ala., will be at 2
'p.m. on Wednesday, March
24, at K.L. Brown Memory
Chapel in Golden Springs,
Ala. Interment will follow
at Highland Cemetery. The
family will receive friends
one hour prior to the serv-
ice at the funeral home.
Mr. Heptinstall' died
March 21, 2010.
Mr. Heptinstall was a na-
tive of Anniston and a long-'
time member of the First
Baptist Church of
Anniston, before moving to
Marianna.
He is preceded in death
by his parents, Felton 0.
and Jewell H. Heptinstall.
Mr. Heptinstall is sur-
vived by his sister, Betty H.
Rowe, of Jacksonville, Ala.;
his brother, Edward 0.
Heptinstall and his wife
Geraldine, of Hanceville,
Ala.; a niece, Anne Dean
Moore of Columbia, Tenn.;
and three nephews, Ed-
ward 0. Heptinstall Jr., of


Cullman, Ala., Michael F.
Heptinstall of. Lynn Haven,'
and William K. Dean Jr., of
Jacksonville, Ala. :
Pallbearers will be family
and friends. '. '
Online condolences may
be made to the family at
www.klbrownmemorychap
el.com.
In lieu of flowers, the fam-
ily requests that memorial
contributions be made to
the Respite Ministry Fund
of the First Baptist Church
of Anniston at McClellan,
851 Morton Road,
Anniston, AL 36205.
K.L. Brown Memory'
Chapel, 620 Golden
Springs Road, Anniston, AL,
36207, 256-231-2334.
James & Sikes Funerai
Home Maddox Chapel
4278 Lafayette St.
Marianna, FL 32446
482-2332
www.jamesandsikes
funeralhomes.com

Hilton
McAllister

Hilton "Mr. Mac"
McAllister, 83, of Marianna
died Friday, March 19,
2010.
He was a father, grandfa-
ther and great-grandfather
who loved each and every
one of us in a different way,
never judging, but always


ready to listen and offer
sound advice. He was al-
ways ready to lend a help-
'ing hand, be it to family,
neighbor or stranger. He
was a believer that hard
work, honesty, unselfish-
ness and 'common sense
are the main ingredients.
for success in life.
Survivors include his
wife, Lillie Mae McAllister;'
sons Tommy McAllister
and Wife Joanne, Ronnie
McAllister and wife Becky;
daughter Debra Kerr and
.husband Dennis, all of Ma-
rianna; one sister, Nana
Lou. Mills, of Telogia;
grandchildren Jeffery, Ja-
mie. Joshua and Patty
McAllister., Chrissy
Delameter, Michelle
Gandy, Diane Bellamy,
Jennifer Mercer and Renee
Rando; and great-
grandchildren Chantel,
Ashley, Zack, Cody,
Kinsley, Tyler, Lauren,
Brianna, Savannah, Lacey,
Brittany, Bobby and Justin.
The funeral service will
be at 2 p.m. Friday, March
26, at James & Sikes Mad-
dox Chapel, with burial to
follow in Vickery Cemetery,
James & Sikes Funeral
Home Maddox Chapel di-
recting.
The family will receive
friends Thursday, March
25, 6 to 8 p.m. at James &
Sikes Maddox Chapel..


, Marianna Chapel
Funeral Home
3960 Lafayette St.
Marianna, Florida 32446
526-5059


Jacqueline E.
Williams

Jacqueline "Jackie" E. Wil-
liams, 42, of Grand Ridge,
passed away suddenly at
her residence on Saturday,
March 20, 2010.
She had lived in Jackson
County for the last 13
years, moving here from
Tallahassee. Jackie, a truck
driver for the past 15 years,
was a member of the Bap-
tist church and' enjoyed
scuba,diving and reading.
She was a loving wife, sister
and friend who never met a
stranger. Her nieces and
nephews thought of her as
a second mother. Much of
her time was spent with
her family and her beloved


. dogs: Star, Moon and Luke.
Survivors include her lov-
ing husband of 20 years,
Donald "Mark" Williams of
Grand Ridge; her parents,
John and Wilma Russell, of
Whigham, Ga.; sisters Terri
Russell, of Waco, Texas,
Mary Lindley, of Chipley,
and Anna Louderback and
husband Gordon, of
Chipley; and a host of nie-
ces and nephews.
The service for Mrs. Wil-
liams will be Wednesday,
March 24, at 10 a.m. in Ma-
rianna Chapel Funeral
Home, with the Revs.
James Sharkey and Glen
Whiddon officiating. Inter-
ment will follow in Shady
GroVe Cemetery.
A time of visitation will
beTuesday, March 23,'5 to
7 p.m. in Marianna Chapel
Funeral Home.
Marianna' Chapel Funer-
al Home is in charge of ar-
rangements.
Expressions of sympathy
may be submitted online at
www.mariannachapelfh.co
m.


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County considers resolution on flavored cigars


BY MARC McAFEE
WMBB NEWS 12
The Jackson County Health
Department is doing its part to push the
county in a smoke-free direction: Adrian
Abner is a tobacco prevention specialist
at the department. He said a county reso-
lution supporting the ban of flavored
tobacco is the first step, because under-
aged smokers are drawn to the flavors.


"As young people see adults smoking,
that effectively makes smoking the
norm," Abner said. "We want to make
(smoking) abnormal for our society here
in Jackson County." A resolution is not in
itself a ban on anything; it's not an ordi-
nance. But County Administrator Ted
Lakey said they often come up at com-
mission meetings. "(They) express an
opinion," Lakey said. "It is a formal
expression of opinion by a governmental


body." Resolutions are used to express
support, recognize achievements and
award individuals. Abner was also clear
that the .vote would not yet affect the sale
of the flavored smokes. "A resolution is
not a policy," Abner said. "It's just sup-
port from our local county commission-
ers saying this is an issue that we stand in
support of protecting thehdealth and
well-being of youth in Jackson County."
The vote will take place tonight at 6 p.m.


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The Marianna High School
Bulldogs junior varsity team is
going into their scheduled game
Monday night at Wewahitchka
having won -its two most recent
A contests.
The Bulldogs manhandled Leon
U I| High School Thursday night at
Bulldog Field, winning 14-3.
Friday night, the Bulldogs took
their game on the road, handing
the Arnold Marlins a 13-5 loss.
In' Friday's game, Jae Elliott
started for the Bulldogs JIV and
picked ,up the win by going four
innings, before giving way to Seth
Singletary to close out the final
two innings of play. Elliott
allowed two unearned runs on two
hits, two errors and one walk.
Singletary gave up three unearned
* .....** runs on one hit, one walk and
three errors committed behind
him.
Kaidd Golden and Chris
Godwin had the hot bats, with
both picking up two hits each. On
the board with one hit each were
Heath Roberts, J. T. Meadows,
Zac Davis, Mason Melvin and,
Austin Lombardo.
In Thursday's game against
Leon, Adam DeWitt picked up the
win, going four complete before
giving way to Shayne Blanton in
the final .inning. DeWitt gave up
three runs on eight scattered hits,
while issuing no walks. Blanton
gave up no runs on two hits, and
struck out the final three batters to
escape with no runs in the final
inning.
The Bulldog offense took
advantage of errors and walks to
plate 14 runs one just seven hits.
Three hits came off the bat of
Kaidd Golden, while Chris
Johnson picked up two hits. On
the board with one hit each were
SB Taylor Strauss and Mason Melvin.
Results- of Monday night's
game against the Wewa Gators
were not available at press time.


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Bullpups hope for perfect season


BY SHELIA MADER
FLORIDAN CORRESPONDENT
The Marianna Middle School Bullpups
baseball team is on the verge of an undefeat-
ed season .and their second consecutive con-
ference championship.
After a 12-0 regular season, the Bullpups
head into conference play as the top seed. The
conference, tournament was scheduled to
begin Monday night at Optimist Park, with
five teams taking the field. Marianna was
scheduled to play an 8 p.m. game Monday.
They will face the winner of the 6 p.m. game
between Graceville and Freeport.
The championship game will feature -the
winner of the 8 p.m. game, and the winner of
the 4 p.m. game between Grand Ridge and
Vernon.
Marianna Coach Hunter Nolen, in his inau-
gural season, was optimistic about his team's
chances to advance to the championship
game.
"We have been solid all year, and on paper
with our stats, we should win the whole thing.
But we will have to show up and play. When
you're on top, everyone wants to be the one to
make you fall," Nolen said. "But I've had
some great assistant coaches this year. Dustin
(Miller) and Troy (Clemmons) have done a
fantastic job with the boys, they bring a lot of
knowledge to the game."
Nolen has an offensive machine this year,
with his team's batting average at .456.
Reid Long is boasting a .700 batting aver-


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age, followed, closely by Jonathan Sikes at
.639. The bats have been explosive all season
for the Bullpups, with a whopping 141 runs
scored, while pitching and defense have
allowed just 22 runs.
Nolen says this year has been a total team


effort with every player contributing.
"When one bat was down, another player
would step up. It's been that way all year and
you can't ask for better than that," he said.


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Nolen expressed his
thanks to all who con-
tributed to their winning
season this year, starting
with the school's principal.
"Dr. (Gayle), Westbrook
has been fantastic about
working with us on getting
to and from games and
practices, the whole staff at
MMS has been behind us
and we have had a great
group of parent support,"
Nolen said. "Every game, I
'think we have had more
fans than our opponents,
and that's saying a lot for
away games. It's my first
year and I wasn't really sure
what to expect, but I could
have never anticipated this
kind of season."
The championship game
will be 5 p.m. Tuesday.


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merAuction. Sat e Mar Manageral/ r lease 85069305 tennis ride (334)300ft. Seado Rcuddy cabn 05nets, TV & built in liv- Auto air, 6 cyl, $75k Brake-Budd for ow
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uions M-F 8-4 @ sewer i http// www.roselandco.co cond. w/ trailer w Ig. Bd/rm, king bedovedbc
S2650 Lakeshore Dril 1, lawncare iloscountry m/838Drive by then $5 900 th $6500.334-55961694 Asking $74,300b. clos ehicle, GMC 03 gas, 5,900 mi. $100k Motorhome 15507Mi

FREE V mo nth rent Country Living: 2BR Call owner traetsbultnciler, 2 fish finders, 14', 17 HP motor, 850-718-5461 Gustream chest Dutchmen 40 t. KGen.
reaKT Diamond on 2BR estate 2&31BA BRMH inM Cdale, 850-509-8817 trolling to motorac &trailer, 95 si nk dnettes super 2Sldeouts Loaded 22kmi.nosmk, 7kwe Flly loaded tra




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Auctions334-790-4892 WILLOWBEND o, ns. 850-569-5211 included 4' Ne w., runs 29 ft. Fleetwood 1997, cam. Ro2 d 2 b ath, 2 301b LP tanks by Gulf Stream 99
APARTMENTS 1st month free ar Traiwell very wilclean full 32ft. slides KEY2-A/C, Bdrms, large water, $15,500.850-209-8944 rear & side cameras,
850-593-5137 Have 2/2 $30 3/2 $490 579 bers canrenr 071600 Al f or 2200 or trade 5.5 K Generator, sewer & gas tanks, ow/brake system, Home theater ions
Farm3 1.5 KT Diamond 1&2BR Apts. Rent ottondaleLg b ca s. Excellent condi- Greatco $6850 new bed, slide out & opper Canyon 5th '05 Jeep Wrangler Leather euro recner,













used as wedding Ten aI r1M; L.:.r er.-r r,.:2 2 -166, 45J. 3_ 48-561/557-7332 Cherokee Trailer,06 '08,28 ft 5th wheel ing, A/C, AM/FM, TIOGA *04 Motor
Auset o r dinner ring chr d851atennis, ride tion. $27,000.00 346965505 canopy, great condi- wheel, 2 slides, sur Unlimited, 41k mil, desk King bed,
27 2010sett8am 1 ing is 3 or 3 LR MH in horses, fish, or relax (334)300-1122. Seado RXPry 05 Jet tionr 16' new. $8,700.334-797- rounma sound extras, cleiv- Auto air, 6 cyl, $75k Brake-Buddy for tow
of Greenwood, FL. on _2or inw42-35 &swim in the pool CROSki, 60 hrs, very 1272 ing area $27,500, w/jeep, $60k without car. Garage stored.
with 1/4 kt channel nI tet Grnwda,$425-$435.e n 2 50 8 CROWNLINE- 07,de F10 clean, life jacket & 5th Wheel, '06 36 ft 334-618-6572. jeep, both in great Many other options.
2333AWAITwtrscover mci. $5500 8S0- Mocond. selling due to $160,000.
bandsoneach t ats 8ONT top.cov .c conr $500.334-678-0151inc Montego Bay, 4 Layton Travel Trailer health. 850-352-2810 334-687-966
Consignme nts wel- Unfurnished lawnca re incl. 850- board tower350masale-44slides & Dde Ram '0832 ft. w/2 slides, 334-797-367.
come. John Stanley 69ee1015le 0Jackson County, FL 00hp, like new, 11D5 Ram















33AU044-9-A4891 A- A 073500DiKLow hours. Very ling mtr, cd/Lm/am. r
50-594-5200 2/1 D uplex, CH/A, et 3/2 MH all lec good cond.757/ac @$150/(334) 791ac $28,000. 334-47-1887454 Stratos '99 2733500 Diesel King bed. LIKE NEW, Fleetwd. Bdr 07' 3-
Miscellaneous, Intimidator, 17ft bass dually. Tow package garage kept,$21,000. sld, loaded CH/A
area$600/mo $650 Watr/sewr/arb/ 4x4 Polaris Mossy Ranger '01 Hawk 18 Johnson 15016HP, & Reese Htch Also available tow fbp, wk. horse, 8 Point Five Damon
dep available April 1, lawncarenc550 Mature Ti 2wd ber foot, Class 2 with $65 00. 334-596-1694 Ask100k Daybreak '05
$18506930570 +dep 850594625 Ready99 DW 3/2 fas t $1300 334-389- Sale $7,000.rcury334-235- 2207whe 55 00els $28 850-482- (850)592-2507 (850)592-2507 CREAM W/WOOD
Near Hwy 231 334)798-0674 2/1 w/office inboard motor with Terry '73 Bass Boat 850569 2215 applianCell# IBU Factory Rims 50 (850)592-2507
FREE % month rent Country Living: 2BR Call owner trailer, 2 fish finders, 14', 17 HP motor,5GIfstream '07 pckg, 5.5 KW Gen.
KTDiamond Ridge, veryA in nice, $600 $35BAMHinC'dae, 850-763-7780509-8817 trolling motor, ac- trailerght back cha500irs BASKET MAKING you come pick up. Kingw/hub capsort, 2001ke,15 Russllyan de7.62 x 54ra
Cluter Necklace / neighborhood. or rent $400850-352-2090Faciliie Maintena Itructor $50; (850)592-2507 REED-4 LG ROLLS 850-526-2414 inhew, $50 miAll slings, kept clean asking $45K20
18 inch gold chain. $575 + dep .Nicely wooded 1.25 c 1i1 Iao ss, laddrBini, J MTavelunder shelter, 2 334-687-3171
Pd. $1,400. new at 850-482-513464 3/2Mobile Homeitsoa oer t$20 (850)592-2507 (850)4822636 rounds ammo. $king130bed,
Cash / Firm WELCOME HOME in Parks lowed with restric- very well kept in der EDUCED 03 Arneri t sleeps 4 CH&A, di Se- Cr ft
S0 th. 850-569- f e 685-7319 14 Ne Eskiclllsd are neederriae Came ',)5 WhA Adjustabeel, 2 slle cargo 2 bath, 2301b LP tanks by Gulf Stream 99'




















3- 9 WL D AL 334-796-9566 background in training or teaching is for pickup truck $15 BIRD-PARROT HOW 3wn-faand MOTORCYCLE $275,850-579-4815
AP ARTMENTS 1s t mo nth freeCaro Trailer will sell 32ft. 3or equivalentlides, 2-A/C,. Bdrms large water, $15,500. COVER850-209-8944 Immaculate cond.
850-593-5137 Have 2/2 $390, 3/2 $490 require Mu fisher 07' 1600 Alu- for 220 or trade 5.5 K Generator, sewer& gas tanks, oaded w/(850)592-2507 options
3Free1.5 KT Diamond 1&2R Apts. Rent Cottondale, Lg lots pensive background screenminum Bass Boat 40 for anRV/Travel loaded, no smoke, no $17,000 Tioga Arrow 27ft must see Dothan
gold szde s lo our ONLY Business" Realty 850265. r. -6'. '99-'04 with slide and $36,500 334-714-4001 Sablr e w/Paamno I RKSeAuto.8 cyl. s
be re-sized. can be Coonu, Rent to Own: Visit ww2hi. o m details. A um n Sh p de (850)209-2207 (850)592-2507 .Pow brakes steer-
used as wedding eTD ~at I it L: r ,ri 482-5631/557-73322 Ch erokee Trailei'06 ft, t e rig, A/C, AM/FM, TIOGA '04 Motor
set or dinner ring. ,friendly neighbor- 28' L, MICROSUEE $50; (850)59225078, Like camper,3 slides, runs well, low miles, Home 24ftw/sideout
Main setting is carefully3kt. W. LBg yard $750 0 14 REPORTlavelinR Ar,- TerryCaper 6' new. $14,500. 334- many extras, clean, Faircond. Has leak 7293 miles 4KW Onan
with 1/4 kt channel c rE-1. 4I i?3r.l- .I t_ -.ad. F $ S,,mir,, sleeps 6. A/C. 347-1887 or 334-449- sacrifice @ $29k 850- damage..$5000. Gen., very clean
bands on each r,,nimalams. 334-300-3688 il ,'r I. cr,. 500. 334-678-0151 0162 593-5675 8505262840. $35,000334-687-9663
side. Pd. $2,600. ,rluded. jrl-,rnqI.1 7chparag,- r I I ip
new at Kays asking AbulkrseieoaeCTV:MTYJ$N$Ocgec3(3502 -26.1;u9
$1,500. firm. nof KEYWEST 17' 6: hke
serious inq. only Duplex/Triplex 4 Wheeler 06 Yamaha new, suzuki mtr 115
334-790-4892 Low hours. Very ling mtr, Cedar logs, already (850)5922507 living rcd/m/am. set. In-
2/1 Duplex CH/A, good cond. (334) 791- $16,000. 334-347-1887
Miscellaneous Carpet $560 + dep 8191 4000 OBO or 334-449-0162
forSale lications in mailbox s Anted 2-co4x4 Polaris Mossy Ranger 1998, 16'
byClean envdoor 85052onment Oak camoful el-timeon. Cherokee stick steet mnt cond- tor for adder lug rim $30 (850)482-
3538/209-0480 HomesforSale Very powerfuI ATV. ing w/40hp Mercury
LIKE NEW! Houses Unfurnished T Y 14X60/1 w/newe select 2wd or $5,500.,46 334-793-6945










S ize 30/6 R17 G at cond. $2900.00We adeg in jou n or a --COu uprrh pia7-Cam an T ool bx bvin- oA loid ee T. AEW/4-.e ade 5f 3e1i00
Size 305/65 R17 carpet, $15,900. 334-798-2857 Wellcraft 88' 23 ft.

$1,000.00 dep 850-592-5571 1999 DW 3/2 fast $1300. 334-389- Sale $7,000. 334-235- 2207 wheels $28 850-482- (850)592-2507 (850)592-2507 CREAM W/WOOD
Z/1 w/office in Grand New 16X80 3/2 4 DUNCAN PHYFE- FREE appliances if MALIBU Factory Rims



















Shih T7u puppies F LO wIDLA eN AQUA TECH A2UAR- 436586 HOOVER STICK $125 (850)209-2207 ( turnabout
Ridge, very nice, $600 $35,900A850-763-7780 Straight back chairs BASKET MAKING you come pick up. w$/hub caps, 2001,15 Russian 7.62 x 54
dep. $625/mo. or rent Facilities Maintenance Instructor $50:;(850)592-2507 REED- 4 LG ROLLS 850-526-2414 inch, $50 All sling, bayonette, 20
pets&.Reanmals to own 850-997-2464 32 Brick Home $20 (850)592-2507SOLID OAK LIKE NEW mouse $75 850-272-
ce 3/1 Brick home, 8i 1892 SF New Roof Will teach construction trades to 7 bottles Mona Vie Fridgidaire 40" Elec. (850)422636
of Malone, $575/mo Single Carport young adults. Five years related trades health drink. $75 for BED FRAME- ADJUST Range, good cond. Mens baseball cleats









l 7DEPENDABLEea.850-209-2036. ABLE $25 $100. 850-579-4909 sz 8 Ez & 9, $20/a Sef-propelled Crafts-
+ $500 dep. 850-569- 26X30,Storage bldg experience as well as excellent 50- 0 (850)592-43 250))9 3 ( 25
940m X-Lg Lot Dothan, communication skills are needed. A Adjustable cargo bar Furniture- -olid 850-526-0086 man w/bag, ex cond,
AL 334-796-9566 background in traiinng or teaching is for pickup truck $15 BIRD-PARROTlike new, $125 BOOKS $3 EA; 6$275, almost ne0-579-4815w,
Austin Tyler & Assoc preferred. HS diploma or equivalent 80-92-879 TO- BOOKS $&UP Loveseat $500 COVER- CYCLE SAC
Quality homes for 3/2 in Chipley with required. Must be able to satisfy an Almost new Crafts- (850)592-2507 (850)209-2207 $25(85024W 31"H 9 $15
Free P ets Policy rent 850- 526-3355 several Uprades extensive background screening & have A
ProduceProperty Mgmt is $74,900 Gu Coast a valid drivers' license. Please e-mail man push mower Bow- mathews Furniture- Solid oak MOTORCYCLE 850-272-8967
Your pet deserves a lo our ONLY Business" Realty 80-26-4426 resume and cover letter to w/rear bag mulcherr ion X3, fully loadendte ORKS













ing, caring home. An jobs@hbi.org orfax to 202266-8948. $175 850-482-8700 with arrows and Round table ./4 RADIO-
for a free pet may draw Cottondal de pen, FLdable S y n broadheads, includes chairs $500 GREAT, $125 SMALL STAINLESS
response from individuals portation, minimum liaisitwww.hbi.orbilforitoe details. Aluminum Shed hard case. $400 (850)209-2207 (850)92-207 STEEL REFRIG
sonlselromindivuals Bstiul &EO!AAMFi V doors(2), 471/2"W (BRAND NEW) $75
who willisellyour animal for 2/1 stylish &Ex72"H with jambs (850)573-0598 GOLDWING- Heel-Toe New Brown queen- (850)209-2207
research or bree inpur- renovated, Quiet &valid$70a (850)482-2636 BROWN Shifter $75, starter size comforter with
poses. Please screen re- friendly neighborMICROSUEDE- $50; (850)592-2507 matching sheet set. Solid Oak End, Cof-
Discountf LOUNGE CHAIR NICE $125 (850)482-5027 fee, & Sofa tables
spondeantsnicarefullyawhoa ood iga rd$75303RA la sale:o unlOPu$150; (850)592-2507 GOLDWING SEAT- (4)/Ent Center $500
ig ia3 0 sales.CallPaul $MOTORCYCLE $150 Nice beige 3 piece (850)209-2207
Nearly New 2 BR 850-482-4285 Cedar logs, already (850)592-2507 living room set. In-
SH Come Hw 90 E The Army Flier is currentanly clues, couch and
Advertisin... application atAntique fringed sat- cut to 9', $300850- Tanning Bed Bulbs,
860 7250 5 ep2 looking for a full time in scarf valance, tea 526-2414 HANDPAINTED loveseat w/built in (over 800 hrs left)
--CUPBOARD- FREE recliners, and a $8/es or $250 for 811
rose ,330 850-592- CHRISTMAS TREE STANDING $75 separate recliner. 34 850-209-5294
CKC rag. Jack Russell Reporter 3261 STAND- LARGE $5 (850)592-2507 Non-smoke home.
black & white. F u s m N a Antique oak curved (850)592-2507 H $500 (850)5730599 Truck Tire- 235 70R16
Clean environment. JA KNThe Army Flier, is currently looking for glass china/curio Chrome bug deflect point & doll making Old oak ironing mounted on steel 5
Plear ents ronsit Wa full-time reporter to write stories and cabinet mint condi- tor for '04 '06 Ford books $3/ea 850- board,chair, ladder lug rim $30 (850)482-
Parents on site. W/S. C O U N T Y features for the weekly newspaper. tion. $350 or Mercury SUV, new 272-8967 combo $45. 2636
$250.P334-886-2524.frevious newspaper experience and (850)573-0599 $90. 850-209-5294 850)579-4146
C O U N TYEa college degree in journalism or a Antique upright pia- Craftsman Toolbox available, $300 PATIO TABLE W/4 HoIemade,4x8,$100
I1 related field are preferred. no w/bench $200 w/tools included
OL OCRIDA N 850-593-5580 $250 08 850-879- (850)526-8027 CHAIRS (MAUVE) FIRM(850)482-2636
Shih Tzu puppies FLO R IDAQUA TECH AQUAR- HOOVER STICK Very old turnabout
CKC Shih-Tzu pup- Apply at www.mediageneral.com IUM- FILTER 30-60 Desk with chair.$25 VACUUM- ENCORE $5 PHONE CABINET- cookie jar boy/girl
pies.Ready 3/26/10. GAL $10 ey5d-593 -5580 (850)592-2507 SOLID OAK LIKE NEW mouse $75 8 0-272-
hallhaven( grace LOOKING FORMOrmailyourresumeto: (850)592-2507 Dining set- Solid Hot Tub- Hot Spring (850)592-2507
sangt MATURE, Ashley Bed & Chest- wood dining table Indoor/Outdoor Spa


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SWanted forSale forSale_ G % Ford 2001 F ing projects.
m'0, 2ium, Blue ci r,'l .ltpi'..r Harley Davidson
I$15S -I w' P1,o ir,38 ijbI, bl'..-. h.r edition, black, quad BID OPENING: April 2,
two rinC.cab, fully loaded,


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98-4462Warranty 334-774-1915 row seat, Like new. HD'97, Fatboy, Pew United Motor Scooter 4189/334-790-4857 STEAL, DINER g t id 24s will be opened
334 4244 FORD 2005 Laria$16,000. 334-897-0582 ter & Blackowered, '08. 80mpt and recorded DUR-
transportation nal Nissan '08 Sentra d 3000. mfw 445-6302 e di ll CONCESSION CHEVY '96 -10, Tonft loaded, trailer brks, MEETING OF THE
Conquest05l2intCorvette 81 Orang.-$0T LPVar.ir- erit.Node Secfsilver. leather heated a Flat Bed Dump TruckNT



edfuneted. l C'dale 850-352-4342 Yamaha-01 RoadStar power, 141K miles. TRAILER P/UPsellfor parts w/options. Family General Conditions
180sleeps 8 s of exsome & Hines Short Shots, w/jackeMidnight 3,5Ed 1600, $5300 OBO 334-618- atINCLUDES $750334-687-0411 death forces sal be obtained
rust. runs t needs Ron Ellis 714-0028eather t., 3rd mcover,3000+miles. 7381334-702-4394 DL D uad cab 3OPPORTUNITY Ford 200mi Asking$45Kh SNE located at
Wrrantr3 3 o rowseatL $20i0 334-405-3130 knew. 3rd Row Seat, Leath334-793- $9,000. made by contSTAINLESS Chevy '91 Cherokee SDS F-250 6.4 L V8 2864 MADISON
334-774-1915HD'97,Fatbyer57$22K Neg. Like 334-389-2816STE DINERDiesel, turbo 5 Stan Hascher, Pur-


dream. 8700321 Temp -897es4 82 tedoor Honda 01 Reflex GMC '00 Jimmy Lilliston 6000, field $1505035272864 Ma4 auto Florida treet
4-Wheel Drive 231-6363. with 326 engine, Scooter maroon, great cond., $4200v ready, shelter kept. Marianna, Florida or


S icondit 2051030002, mp/mp$2000. a ask for Tom or 334-447-2572 FORD '89 F150, 4wh, 0005, or Fax 850-482-
Uasp ioriginalnowner, Y Iissa u HummerSentra 06 H3, 41k Massy Ferguson 240 g1 Greexto.1 Camt6229- 9682el
1 R ,nss H o n d a 0 4 G o ld wnag f la m e r e d e x c e l, m ile s m o o n ro o f 4 0 0 h r s ik e n e wS $ 7 5 0 3 6 M a g 3-- 8o 2p-om-a y-b eM o bta n
03 American Sar 36' on 06 00 G 00Trike cha- cohd.,6K mi., 73119 8 cc 1/334-702-4394 GRIathr sats satDDLE, Hite $9,800. OBO 334-794- num 4 barrel hotly 8 MPORTAN
5th Wheel; 2 sIdes/2 Sel 0 90i.$8 pion side car. red. 8K & incl. .issy bar. radio. blue e-teribr. 3226 hunter green, Ford '95 LTL 9000 SUBMISSION DEAD-
Brms. oarge water. 200 OB 32mpg6I m. e-:. ,:ond. guardck$5,100.r & ckle C22.495 OBO.798-9695 Custom fiberglass Se tic Truck, 5000 LINE: DATE: April 2
sewer gdstans. Tird. auto 2100033 -790146 cher. 6.200. 334 vn hood, 22" hood galloncapacity with 2010 No later than

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ord 15 LTD 460 er B lack 36K Rear Air TRIPLE SINK $15,900 6" glass 3 93833- Invelope marked:
Ford '04 Crown Victo- trol, new motoork. AAHA 06 C 3rd Row Seat, Leath- $9,000. OBO van packs, alum. racing
Milas, drives like a6$2000-334-405-3130er25gLk338 6adetbywcontacting










400. 650.482 4057 TOYOTA '08 Yar i 3D riadmr 1700. Jeep Wpack.KTacuT rims Lots of extras! Great Wide if qualify SEALED BID and iden-
ord 3 Tauru. runs ga ile- Bla. Motoryl. L l 5Sar, verBOe REDStUCED S4800 Mitsbishi aider HascherM, PuAM
na age.e.loaded2.00 5000 miles. VnPeTAHondace 0 Reflex''0 J L ftn 60 l AND NUMBER OF THE
Hondo 05 tem.e ehelmersandl grl M n atose0a, D u Truck $3,000 $14500.334-791-0646 THE DATE AND TIMEet









2006 BdBo buggy. cesor. il. L. 34 803-6582 2832 Ford 00 Ranger, 101 Navistar'98 Eagle, the bid packet may
ll ele Great Ford98 sort asking 00 3 1 cnd., $4200 re33. ady, shelter kept. manual new with 525E Cummings be acquired through
itrn.t Good 4stooom cc, 1300 YAMAHA'V-tr 4.:. 2491 $100033434742. 3 voic-06men include, rchasing 807WEB site8

uellr Hdshield 2ur= c.00 m-e -',,,r Crul.4er Liee 250. Burgund,. new engine trans evaiellr.,-,t running Www.jacksoncountyf
3ac ,2 wind2h fre0n n 29-958 4 200 Mi. 56600 0 Ya LOW mil! Lie nea askre r Tom or 334-4. 7472 Ford '02 F150 XLT. ,:2572FOR 9F1.500. I.US. Click on the,
a- bmr 3348061322n 2. 7. rd Tn.:. 33480 r 334- Purchasing Depart-
and battery charger. Ford 99 Crown Vito dmmuercar. Hnda 06' Rebel Solid edition i4-6-454 NissHummer 04' Murano 1k Massey Ferguson 240 '5.4L e g. 10468 59 9 ent site the Click
(334)585-9488 ria, oaded,77Kmies, 2100miles. Still un- white windshield& Yamaha 6K m091300V loaded newtires, mi., Super Crew Cat, Sonoma '3 GMC on "Current Bids and
runs like new.$6200 der warranty $16,900. sadle bags 2600 mi. Star touring bike, color pewter, leather 26hunterre Ford '95 LTL 9000 SUBMISS. RFPs to obtain a
20.000 FIRMng. 334-774-9050 3347262972 $3000. OBO 334886 2500miles. $8,500. int.72,55Kmi. n 1.500 .212 E AumaC copy.
50795183 L O O K 4 r 10silver 3326334-714-1110 334-796-8174 $13900BO 334- or334-494-2823ll & bumpers 693-5718

SFORD-Brnd extended warranty: Candy Apple Red, 2.8 Scooters/Mopeds ISSAN '06 Pathfind- Supercrew 30,200 mi. $7,800. Call 792-0603. be announced at this
S20 NNEG33434 gps, solar/moon roof miles, LIE NEW, er LE, 270hp, bose like new, Must See! meeting of the Jack-
dr.5 d trn.blkT etc. 334-899-4545 $5,300229-334-8520, Scooter, 90mpg, audio w/6 disc CD $14,000 334-494-0460 f LegalAds ] son Cbunty Board of
t,lkt,2D.80 Volkswaen '06 Bee 229-296-8171 49cc Heav Duty remote keyess entry i or 334-393-6479 -3115Contra County Commissiont w/-
Fords '93,5 Honurut.arunsow Lak. Moew ryc,.les. $ ,000 nd LMOUTH 00ECED9$48006B Mitsubishi '06 Raider OF THE FIRM, NAME

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20085thwheeKey- 3 44802 mile 40MPGml ead- red/blk flames 400. e 33oy34,56agfter, 4 new tires Dur o Cross, Crew AND NUMBER OF THE
stone Laredo RL29. -r yK p.- ed $16.000. 334.897- 726 1434/677-5489 850-482-7739 Nissan '09 Rogue, 20k towing package, new XLT, 2WD, 18K miles, is rsret o t
call Mike (334)791 3347- -Yamaha05 Zuma miles, lo2KBIDaded, white power steering Tan, $32,000 334-688- LF14892 an or ids
0318.$24,500 obow VW *06 Pasat. load O .50cc,5000 miles, ev- $17,000 334-790-6700 umpiver en, 8606, 334-695-0688 TTN TO BID A
like new, Islide ed.blueblc. GPS. lw es, runs great TOYOTA 06 For OBO 334-687-9845 or. auto. FORD07 F-350,5.9 L Du By: Jeremp Truck. 3,000Branch
FORD -'9 F150 Jsartahlte radio, new asi,,g $6,500 OBO i gel cuor. One I Runner SR5,2wd, 334-355-1118 DSL Crew Cab 50K NOTICE is hereby Board of County
Green, speed, cyl, s. like new d 334 693-5454 334621059 59,700 miles, white, 37.30 tires.miles, $29,500 334- given to all interest Commissioners
234Kmiles, 70Kon & ut. 119K. mo.ng excellentcond. 999. BWanted: 060695-7769695-7770 ed persons or firms BOARD CHAIRMAN
trans, engine runs Ford Mustang 1965 oveeas. $1200. HONDA '99 750 Ace, [Sport Utility Vehicles $18,700. 334-796-3130 ob t hait sealed bids will
OK body damage, 289 auto, ac & 334-347-0414-3e Loaded, Black, 9K mi, Automobes be accepted at the Dale Rabon
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210auangMar Tc 8 gps,solar/moonDA roof miles, LIKE NEW, ergLson ,2os like new, Must Seeud a om F10 m250 22 RES UL TShe Jack
condo. $2000850-5 etc45 $5,30 Ford 0 229ut-3ng 1966 34-8520,$12.000.05 need home B .5Scooter,90ne audio w/6 disc CD $14,000 334-49404 Chevrolet 1500 DESELDVD 95,000y Board of
2969 302 V8 with automat- asking $9,500.334- 229-296-8171 49cc Heavy Duty, remote d & verd WT miles 4 door auto- DESCRIPTION: The
ic trans. looks, runs & 693-5454 Kawasaki "07 Vulcan Chevy 05 Tahoe, clr. red i. ,rank -ended cab. Good matic transmission, Jackson County
Auto Engines/ drives good asking tleautodiesel,42K1600 Mean streak Sp. 49,00 mi, leather, turned.$19,0too 00.any PLYMcond., $9,500 OBO GranLike New condition Board of County award will
2008 rtee $8500. 334-355-2400 mies, 40MPG Ed.1100 Mi $6500 new tires, power, new parts to list. 3 334793352 BLUE exterior TAN Commissioners is

V6, Honda $04 Accord EX, Vulcan White 850-579-4694 $3500. OBO CHEVY '87 delux 10 alint /f 4 vendors to respond
V96, loaded $200 Kawasaki *08 Vulcan ,334621-0059 Red w/blk stripes. a/,rys aem to these Requests for The
stone Laredo RL29.U6 $0. 3 4 901434/677-548 89 Nissan '09 Rogue, 20k towing package, new XLT, 2WD, 18K miles, b de b the right


















call r parts for Ron El(334)791-s 714-028. r 467 miles windshield tYamra '05 Zuma miles,n FORD TW 15 Tractor er$2000. 334-714-9558ing airbag, leather int., ds fu i s reserved to reject
sale. 334-393-9669 Beautful act or lather saddlebags 27K miles, hard & w/cab, 140hp, exc. Dodge '02 Dakota passenger airbag, PL, (4) Backhoes. Ven-
I ie Honda'05 Civic, psl S flrebrds,&more soft tops, AM/FM CD, cond. $12,100 obo Leater I-687-9845nt. Quad cab PS, PW, sun roof, rL By: Jeremy Branch
e, s Great s saver, $300 r rnk uiPs- $5700.334n692- AC, tilt, and cruise. 2 cultivator sold sep. Cleancond. Fully tow pkg. $28,000 I) Vr TA TIuOrN ClaOSSifeds
se Hae t hemy3 er 4 doorblack, 3337/796-5421 334-693-9009 334-701-1836 auto. 334-693-3980 (229942-06670 334- Backhoes refurbish
Limosine, '96, Linc. 791-8243. PoweWr b . -d k --ack bdwi
$5,000; 334- 790-8283 Honda '06 Civic, Gray 4 d engine. Puh 6-3130th


MERCEDES '97 E320, 73,500 mi., Good gas need .5 ,ew par. Fast easy no pressure
117K actual miles, mileage & condition. 2000 cash or need '
334-687-3189 YUNDA '08K, body damage, Accent ra334 3470414 Loaded, Black, 9K m, be accepted at the Dale Raon










$695 msg consolecar ccomins ges h Rr, er Get livTahe poereviews of your classifieT ads, receive price quotes
(334)6forS77-7501ae with$9500(334)522-3803 [lo a new.parts. .10 L S . and make secure online payments.
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tires, 27" digital tv OBO 334-475-6267 or 33J-5969690- ty Admns-
pontoon boat, 70 iso origiarl motor nevs.$1 1 .800 ks' -,-Rad":' CD. iir~to-, Tractor, 4 wd with Maiian Puilding, 2864 Recaydersi
mercury, good conn- asirg $3950. 334-963.:8399 -.:,3d.. running 1 0 two Cmplaments yut Ford '07 Ranger Cradl *luStreet, Ma-
























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. Infini 130 120K 58-2 lef9044 field 30,000 miles, LATER THAN 2:00pm
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o 693-2099askfor s t les Laoc. Coi. 334-790- 959 for the following
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c $ 85 42.000 miles, taroed. D40,00. Bu
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soft rop. 49K miles, 2 Big Dog 06' r9, Cd
Auto Engines/ drives o asking 160wheel 14.500 Mean Streak Sp. 49,100 i, leather, turned, too any.ion Board of County Ca
Parisc $8500. 334-355-2400 Ed. 1100 Mi $6500 new tires, power, new parts to list. 3 334-7, 9852L B LUke exter New ciorT Commissioners is



























Acura'T 9K drive. ,000.334- lk. 334-441-7909 very: nice. $18,99 manuals included
Black 5 SPD Loaded 685-0846 egIe. 6 Bker 850-579-4694 $3500. CHEVY87delux10o, Aene













$11,20V6, loaded, $200Kawasa0 West Main tr 8 Vulcan3346210059 Red w/bkstripes.. /C aos.,dH IG v to re s or

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tang car parts or Ron Lexu 00 2s ESs00 co $ 9g le Cleaning, Inc Copper Brass
S Beautiful proj ct or leather saddlebags, 27K miles, h ard & w/cabe Controlled e '02 Dakota passenger airba PL Al (4) Backhoes en-Cans
,, a ved $ 329 C cu e 9 AC, tilt, and cruise. 2 cultivator sold sep. Clean condo. Fully tow f 000 (Classifieds
Steve Hatcher 334- crC 4 door, black, 3337/796-5421 334-693-9009 334-701-1836 auto. 334-693-3980 (229 9r42-0667















Limosine, '96, Linc. 7ue Extra Nice 191-8243.9 West Main St. 7 Power back Tile
Super-stretch ,9Oindshield.Gigantice















$5,000; 334- 790-8283 Honda C06 Civic, HARLEY Davidson '01 Natural Stone *P Month- Get from my home
334-69MERCEDES '9 7 E320 73,50 Series 0 3K mi. 16,500 miles. White, Grout Nick Hewett Hwy. 90
117K actual iles, mileage & condition. $2)er casn sorh e Sales & Installation OLD GUNS! f n asom, (Aro m Jon Co.
Smilver/Beige i excel- $9,900. 334-243-4166 '02 Fatboy with lots Experience to gmall.com
lentgcondition $7,000m. drraooo win.r. Kawasaki09'ZeBla24,hwor uor YOU!aLawnerviassawce
















od334-687-3189 HYUNDAI Accent HarleyDavidson e 2' AfterHours& Weekend lyou
Exwhite, excellent con- ellent conit'07 onMKZ, Heritage Softail Appointments Available ForGeneral HOME REPARS sell

















edition $6,000 OBO Light tan w/beige in- Springer like new, to ad in our BY
Autoseatsles 3MPG, 18600 miles, 0vekno 500. / lyis
HyundCADILLAC '06 DTS airbags, 37k mi, NA- 334-235-2995 Mon-Fri 9-4:30 or O ce "Beautification
Sn1990 F leetwood Jam- Fair ond. Needs 13 u RE AL
boree334-701-1836 Mazda 3'Tr ibute whans. work w ithe, 100th anniver- (Kawasa50) 59i '916458 1000THOOUGH

















Cadillac'94 $7,000d.41 3342-95 mi ts ofc0hrome (850)193-References f /l o # i General Repairs .
tires 27" digital tvo., 334-475-6267or 334- your9time. Free SHELBY and row your 9s-red
rebuilt trans. new ac 334 475 0084


















71K Needs workg. $6mi., A/C &classic ,000 mi. 00 ,
Lhea wks. G5mo c.All black, loaded, m Blai.
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00ry0 ,a,.$,50-46 Mazda 5, 07'Grand $13,800. 334-714-9377 Home Improvemen Home Improvement Service& Repair Home Improvement]
OBO 850-557-4946 touring, exc cond re-- AC& Heating
Chevrolet '93 Cap- mamining warr. 48K Contractors Ba MARIANNA C Cmp r rF Home
rice, white, 70K mi. black $11,500Pole Barn MARIANNAo
miles, extra clean, 334-445-3652 or 256-"M AFE S A S GT RF TSRed
nwtires $434004532 256-8026 Kits METAL FRE E ESTIMATES GIFT CERTIFICATES T l oumrj Reasnd
334-792-8018 Mercedes'0 E32 ROOFING, INC. o JOBS 0TOO SMALL AVAILABLE FREEtEstimates
Chevy '03 Cavilier Wagon $6500 Locally Owned OI P.lnln Repairs & Additions -- Hardware F-r-,, I insured
wrecked $350. Good 334-220-2654 HARLEY DAVIDSON nh ing Softwar- Painting/Carpentry
drive train, NOT Mercedes 97' SLS00 '08 1200 Sportster UM i Rooi/, Sheet R ock IRemdelng nstallatic PaDia PCrchesn
DRIVABLE 334-677- Hd.top conv 54K mi Custom, 108 miles,' CSriI il Cnco Driveways Energy Efficiency + Affordable Rates General Repairs
7748 leather int. Wine col- warranty, Like new. pUle Inl \ fl l R oo rs sa Disco eptd Hoe & Offce Reerences Availeabl
C 0 o r r 6 84 3 2 .l / a t o C a ia n l t i v eoo s M /, V is a Di s tc ve r A c c e p t ed - H o m e & O f fi c e R e l e c es A v a i l a b l e
Chevy '05 Monte Car- or 334-693-3980 $8,400,334-702-4778. Porches & Dcks #RR282811670 Visits. Call Donnie
lo Cust. paint Cha r.E ngir I Walk-In Showes MIest Inv. 4 iB61026 InsuredCBw 703
Gray Many Cust. opt. Mercedes 98'SLK230, Harley Davidson '08 ,,. 1 You Loca 2822CB.aHwy.l71
Fr End Damage $4800 leather, Hd. top, Con- Low Rider, less than ClRd850-573-1880 630 6 R y850-482-7377
00n3-7- 7 vert. Supercharged, 43K mi. black, warran- 0- -1 0 69-0566 ) 36 88 80-209-9395
OBO 334-475- 62008 674 cyl. Cd, 89K mi. ty, perfect cond. ii bl. Auto & Cycle Auto & Cycle
Chevy '71 El Camino, $9,500.334-898-1201 many xtras $13,500 AC&DuctCleaning Services Services Bulldozing Readership Handyman Services
350 Engine, $7500 Mercury '01 Villager, 850-526-2790-TR
850- 594-3282 7 great familyvan, HARLEY DAVIDSON Need a VE HICLE?
$300 down, $199/mo. 2003, 1200 Sportster L I BAD CREDIT? lay oiNeai's Gets QUALITY SERVICE,
CHEVY '86 Celebrity Low miles, Leather, 100th anniv. edition. Try our1 TEYE Buy Here, Pay Here
86k, clean, good cond loaded Call Steve Lots of chrome. **I Can Finance** and leaning, Inc. QUALIIY PRICEI
$1500. 334-793-2142 Hatcher 334-791- $7,500. 334-701-3974 m aa Commercial' AS LOWAS ALTHA, FL R ES UL TS !i SPECIAL
Chevy '97 Corvette, 8243 Harley Davidson '87 i& Residential Bad0 edD s /CO & 8HET SERVICE 0- 940" LOWER
red, with removable Nissan '05 Altima, 2.5 FXR Superglide, Cus- e- i Raolwwalltei(ontRHnil Slow Credit, Past Cel 850-832-505ENERGY BILL
glass top, extra clean S, 5 speed, 32k ml. tom paint, lots ofaBankruptcy...Okay.wCal
110K miles. $12,000. like new,REDUCED chrome, $9500 850- milllfolalKslilWarr B ankruptcy. on.OFFER MEHll lEOkayi
334-798-1828 $10,900 850-482-2994 260-1666 _AcNo Icfaio v every vehicle sold | a aLE AW I,
CHRYSLER '08 300 Nissan '06 Altima, Harley Davidson '96 I'D CALL TODAYAAND O The FE ESTIMATES FOB P-OJECTS
Signature Series, va- sunroof, power doors Fatboy, red & white, 2RIDETODAY 900 Borden St. SRcSNn I
nilla, navigation, like & window AM/FM, 13K miles, great 5 0()iwA|(tlI0 Ask for Steve ( ) 0aordeS. i rSEXPERnCE.
new, asking pay-off CD 59K miles. shape, $8,500. 3341 3(9 50)4 334-405-3297 (850J4824594 C assifieds d s
$16,700. 334-470-8454 $12,000. 334-791-3081- 334-899-1212 U25.wy7Ni .. .. 50pL73-9009






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