Jackson County Floridan

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Jackson County Floridan
Sunday paper issued from <1979-1985> as:
Sunday Floridan
Portion of title:
Jackson County Floridan
Place of Publication:
Marianna, Fla
Chipola Pub. Co.
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Daily (except Saturday and Monday)[<1979-1995>]
Weekly[ FORMER 1934-<1955>]
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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
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Multi-million-dollar makeover of old plaza might make Marianna Commons

The old Rivergate Plaza that once
housed Woolworth's might be getting
an extreme makeover. ,
A full set of architectural plans for
"Marianna Commons" are now com-
plete, the project is currently out to
bid, and permitting should come in
the next two weeks, according to
project coordinator Byron Ward, who
is also one of the project's investors.
"We're focusing on a rejuvenation
and redevelopment of the existing
shopping center," said Ward.
Marianna Commons won't be a
place to shop, said Ward. He said it
will likely be a plaza of offices that
deal in related fields.
"This is not your typical shopping
center. It's not going to be concen-
trated on 'retail. We have narrowed it
down to three different approaches.
We'll try to make it a center of like
businesses. About 80 percent of it
will be an office-type setting.. We
don't want a hodge podge of busi-
nesses," said Ward.
The approximate $3-million-
makeover will afford an architectural
design one might see at Pier Park in
Panama City, said Ward.
"If you go up there now and see it,
it's lots of concrete and a big bland
parking area. Marianna Commons
will have stucco, lots of vegetation in
the parking lot; a modem-type, eco-

"This is not your typical
center. It's
not going to
be concen-
trated on
retail .. We

Plaza in Marianna."
Byron Ward.
Investor/Project Coordinator

friendly place with lots of green
space," described Ward.
The parking lot alone will get an
extensive amount of work, at a pro-
jected cost ranging from $600,000 to
$1 million, said Ward.
"The entire project, new roof, new
facade, will be in excess of $3 mil-
lion," said Ward.
Investors in the project include real
estate investment trust The Grace
See R'IVERGATE, Page 7A >

Marianna Commons won't be a place to shop, according to Byron Ward. He said it will likely be a plaza of
offices that deal in related fields. This is a rendering of the proposed improvement. Mark Skinner / Floridan

Old call center site may lure new call center


The same real estate investment trust that is putting
dollars do\w n for the Marianna Commons project has
also invested in the purchase of the old Sallie Mae
facility hb Chipola Rter LLC

Project investor B'ron Ward said it's too early too
say exactly what business will move in. but he and
other investors hope to use the building's existing
infrastructure as a call center.
"Our goal is to trI to market it as a call center. In the
See CALL, Page 7A >

2 more horses fallto EEE in Jackson County


Four confirmed cases of Eastern Equine Encephalitis have occurred in Jackson County since the
beginning of this year, with two of those cases reported Thursday. Mark Skinner / Floridan

Data provided by the Florida Department of
Agriculture and Consumer Services says 45
cases of Eastern Equine Encephalitis in horses
have,been confirmed so far this year.
Four of those cases occurred in Jackson
County, with two of those reported just
Thursday afternoon, according to T.G.
Harkrider Jr., environmental supervisor at the
Jackson County Health Department.
Harkrider said that, of the two Jackson
County cases reported Thursday, one occurred
in Grand Ridge near McLane Road and the
other by Chason Road near Marianna.
The horse off McLane. Road is so far the
only surviving horse of the four to be reported
this year in the county.
"The season is beginning to peak. I just
found out that we do now meet criteria for a
mosquito born illnesses advisory with the num-
ber of cases we've had," said Harkrider.
In a recent news release, FACS
Commissioner Charles .Bronson urged horse
owners to "get their animals vaccinated as the
number of EEE cases are on the rise."
"As of June 30, there are four times as many
cases as there were during the same time peri-
od-in the two previous years. There have been
45 confirmed cases covering 21 counties as far
south as Palm Beach County. In the first six
months of 2007, there were 11 cases and the
same number in 2006," the news release said.
,-. Confirmed cases of EEE in horses have also
' been reported in neighboring counties.
According to FACS data, four cases occurred

in Holmes County and five cases were reported
out of Washington County.
Bronson, said that, with a rainy season ahead,
the amount of mosquitoes is likely to be higher
that in that last to years, which consisted of
"EEE is a viral disease that affects the central
nervous system and is transmitted to horses by
infected mosquitoes. Signs of the virus include
fever, listlessness, stumbling, circling, coma
and ustially death. The disease is fatal in hors-
es in 90 percent of the cases. The first case of
West Nile Virus has also been detected in a
horse in Madison County," said the news
Bronson said that most EEE cases can be
prevented through vaccination.
He said EEE can also be contracted by peo-
ple and is often deadly.
The news release offered steps to prevention
the transmittal of EEE to humans:
Limit time: outside during dusk and dawn
when mosquitoes are most active.
Wear light colored,, long-sleeved shirts and
pants to cover skin and reduce, the chance of
being bitten when outside between dusk and
dawn. ,
Eliminate standing water in yards, such as
in birdbaths, kiddie pools, old tires and other
receptacles, as stagnant water is an excellent'
breeding ground for mosquitoes.
Use insect repellent that contains DEET,
which is an effective repellent.
.* Keep window screens in good repair.
Clean out rain gutters and keep them
unclogged to avoid pockets of standing water.

Vintage travel trailer is

home away from home

It's an eye-catching outfit, the little
.travel trailer that Candy and Chris
Nowling own.
That's not because it's a flashy unit
with all the latest gizmos, but
because it draws the mind back to
simpler times.
Outside, the paint is fading on the
compact, rounded trailer, making it
clear that the unit is weather-worn
and aged to vintage status.
But the Nowlings, of DeFuniak
Springs, are restoring their 1972
'Argosy 22', known as "the painted
See TRAVEL, Page 7A

The Nowling family is spending the fourth in their renovated 1972 Argosy
22 Airstream at Arrowhead Campsites. Mark Skinner / Floridan

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Pedestrian hit

One person was injured,following a collision between a motor vehi-
cle and a bicycle at the intersection of Pearl and McPherson streets
in Marianna Thursday evening.-Details were not immediately avail-
able. Mark Skinner / Floridan

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Weather Outlook

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Tomorrow Partly cloudy with
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The Marianna Police
Department listed the fol-
lowing incidents for July 2,
the latest available report:
Two traffic accidents, two
suspicious vehicles, one sus-
picious incident, one burgla-
ry of a residence, five distur-
bances, three burglar alarms,
one larceny complaint, one
vandalism complaint, one
vandalism complaint,
one civil dispute, one Al
trespassing com-
plaint, two -
phone calls, one juve-
nile complaint, one
assist of another agency, one/
property damage report,
seven public service. calls,
one threat, one home securi-
ty check, one warrant
served, four traffic stops,
one fireworks complaint, one
-theft, and one 911 hang-up.

The Jackson County
Sheriff's Office listed the'fol-
lowing incidents for July 2,
the latest available report:
Four abandoned vehicles, one
animal, complaint, one assault,
one assist of another agency,
four civil disputes, one crimi-
nal mischief complaint, one
disturbance, one drunk pedes-
trian, one fight in progress
reported, one forgery/fraud
complaint, one noise com-
plaint, three patrol requests,
four public service calls, one

retail theft, one suicide
attempt, six suspicious inci-
dents, one traffic accident, 13
traffic stops, two transports,
one' trespassing complaint,
two warrant arrests, and one
reckless driver.

The following persons were
booked into the county jail
during the latest avail-
able reporting periods:
- Gracie Massey,
43, 3435 Caverns
ME Road, Marianna, viola-
tion of state probation
(driving while license
Jared Davis, 18, 14144
U.S. 90 West, Sanderson,
felony battery.
Tyler Davidson, 22, 7130
Butler Road, Grand Ridge,
violation of state probation.
Vera Johnson, 37, 2537
Dawson Ave., Birmingham,
Ala., fugitive from justice
.- Floyd Hill, 40, 270 SE
Brett Place, Lake City, burgla-
ry of a structure, petit theft-
two counts.
-- Alicia Register, 35, 2943
London Road, Cottondale,
violation of court order.


To report a crime, call
CrimeStoppers at 526-5000.
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July 4 Friday
The Cypress Creek Community
Church'and Orange Hill Volunteer Fire
Department present a July 4th
Celebration and Fireworks Show begin-
ning at 6 p.m., with the fireworks at
approximately 8:30 p.m. Bring a lawn
chair and enjoy entertainment by the
Cypress Creek Band and Singers at 6, 7
and 8 p.m. The church is 2.5 miles west
of Alford, just off Highway 276, at,
1772 Macedonia Rd.
Jackson County Training School
and Gilmore Academy host their school
reunion July 3-6. Parade is today, at 4
p.m., with 'line-up at Orange and Oak
street,. followed by a Block Festival
from 5 to 8 p.m. Vendors welcome. Call
482-7497 or 526-4714..
Alcoholics Anonymous has an open
meeting each Friday, 8 to 9 p.m., at the
First United Methodist Church, 2901
Caledonia St., Marianna. Use rear
church entrance.

July 5 -. Saturday
The Annual Cox Family Reunion
starts at' 10 a.m., in the Circle. Hill
Baptist Church, 7170 Circle Hill Road.
Bring food and drink; paper goods,
serving spoon and ice will be fur-
The Jackson County Farmers'
Market is open Tuesdays, Thursdays
and Saturdays, from 6:30 a.m. until all
fresh produce is sold out. This state cer-
tified farmers' market accepts the
FMNP/WIC and Elder Affairs coupons.
Alcoholics Anonymous has an open
meeting each Saturday, 7 to 8 p.m., at
the Round Lake Baptist Church
Parsonage (house beside church),
Route 231, south of Alford.

July 6 Sunday
The Annual Miles Reunion starts at
10 a.m., in the Graceville Civic Center.
Please bring a covered dish. Call 579-

'July 7 Monday
The Jackson County Public
Library's Summer Reading Program
continues to make its way around
"The Whole Wide World," reading
to Europe July 7-10. For location,
age and schedule details, and to
reserve a space, call the library at
Alcoholics ,Anonymous has an
open meeting each Monday, from 8 to
9 p.m., at the First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna. Use rear church entrance.
The City of Jacob's regular meet-
ing begins. at 7 p.m., in the city hall.
Call 263-6636.
The Northeast Jackson County
Optirmist Club welcomes David
Arnette, an officer with the Florida
Fish and Wildlife Conservation
Commission, who will discuss boating
safety and some FWC programs, at the
Malone City Cafe, at 6:30 p.m. Supper
is Dutch treat.
Campbellton Senior Citizens meet
at 6 p.m., at the Community Center.
Two programs jobs for seniors over
55 and prescription assistance for sen-
iors will be presented. Seniors in
the area are invited; bring a favorite
dish to share. Call 263-8145.

July 8 Tuesday
The Childbirth Education Class
series begins Tuesday, July 8, and con-
tinues the following Tuesdays in July,
in the Education Classroom, ground
floor, Jackson Hospital, 4250 Hospital
Dr., Marianna. Bring a favorite pillow
for relaxation. Materials and snacks
provided; no cost to attend. Call 526-
2412, ext. 285.
The Republican Club of Northwest
Florida meets every second Tuesday of
the month, at noon, at Jim's Buffet in
Marianna. Call 718-5411;
Alcoholics Anonymous has an
open meeting each Tuesday, from 8 to

9 p.m., at the First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna. Use rear church entrance.
Learn about foster care and adop-
tion today at Life Management Center,
4403 Jackson St., Marianna. Call
Christine Bascetta at 1-866-769-9481
or 522-4485, ext. 8404.
The Sneads Town Council will
meet in regular session at 6 p.m., in the
Sneads Town Hall.

July 9 Wednesday
Alcoholics Anonymous has an
open meeting each Wednesday, noon
to 1 p.m., at the First United
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia
St., Marianna. :Use rear church
Today is the registration deadline
for Jackson Citizen Corps CERT
Council and Jackson County
Emergency Management Agency's
free Basic CERT training,' to be
offered July 12 and July 19. The train-
ing aims to help citizens with hurri-
cane preparation and readiness, and
promote a partnering effort between
emergency services and 'the people
they serve. Pre-registration by 5 p.m.,
July 9, is required. Call 526-9678; e-
mail Office_Management@emergen-
July 10 Thursday
The Chipola Regional Workforce
Development Board's Outreach /
Economic Development Committee
meets at 5:15 p.m., in the community
room of the Marianna One-Stop. The
board's- general meeting follows at 6
p.m. Call 382-5164.
Alcoholics Anonymous meets each
Thursday for a "closed discussion," 8
to 9 p.m., at the First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna. Use rear church entrance.
Attendance is limited to persons with a
desire to stop drinking.

The submission deadline for this calendar is two days before publication. Submit to: Community Calendar Jackson County Floridan, P. 0.
Box 520, Marianna, FL 32447, e-mail, fax (850) 482-4478 or bring items to 4403 Constitution Lane in Marianna.


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damages arising out of errors and advertisements beyond the
amount paid for the space actually occupied by that portion of
the advertisements in which the error occurred, whether such
error is due to the negligence of the publisher's employees or
otherwise, and there shall be not liability for non-insertion of
any advertisement beyond the amount paid for such advertise-
ment. This newspaper will not knowingly accept or publish
illegal material of any kind. Advertising which expresses
preference based on legally protected personal characteris-
tics is not acceptable.
The Jackson County Floridan welcomes the opinions of our
readers on any public issue. All letters must bear the
writer's signature and be printed or typed with name, full
address and telephone number for verification purposes.
Only the writer's name and city will be published. The
Floridan reserves the right to edit or not publish any letter.

The Jackson County Floridan will publish news of general inter-
est free of charge. Submit your news or Community Calendar
events via e-mail,; fax, (850) 482-
4478; mail, Editorial Department, P.O. Box 520, Mariahna, FL
32446; or hand delivery, 4403 Constitution Lane, Marianna.
Fees may apply for wedding, engagement, anniversary and
birth announcements. Forms are available at the Floridan
offices. Photographs must be of good quality and suitable for
print. The Floridan reserves the right to edit all submissions.
The Jackson County Floridan (USPS 271-840) is published
Tuesday through Friday and Sunday mornings. Periodical
postage paid at Marianna, Fla.
Send address changes to Jackson County Floridan, P.O. Box
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SALES MANAGER...........................VALERIA ROBERTS

Panama City Low 11:00 PM High 11:45 AM
Apalachicola Low 12:15 AM High 4:45 PM
Port St. Joe Low 12:00 MID High 1:00 PM
Destin Low 12:15 AM High 12:00 NOON
Pensacola Low 11:45 PM High -12:30 PM

RIVER READINGS Reading Flood Stage
Woodruff 39.40 ft. 66.0 ft.
Blountstown, .83 ft. 15.0 ft.
Marianna 6.13 ft. 19.0 ft.
Caryville 5.09 ft. 12.0 ft.


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in the newspaper is accurate and factual. When the Floridan
learns that it has made an error, it is our policy to correct the
mistake promptly. To report an error, please call the news-
room at 526-3614 Monday-Friday.

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Wildlife officials
search for monkey
around subdivision
officials are trying to track down
a monkey recently spotted run-
ning around a Clay County sub-.
division. Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conservation
Commission investigators
believe the monkey is a Japanese
macaque, based on photos
recently provided to the agency.
FWC is borrowing a trap from
the Jacksonville Humane'
Society and plans to place it in a
wooded area away from the
homes. David Lee, a commis-
sion investigator, says people
should not attempt to Catch the
animal themselves because
macaques have sharp teeth and
are prone to bite. Officials don't
know where the animal came
from, and no permit has been
issued to anyone in the area to
keep a captive macaque.

Boat captain convicted
in fatal smuggling
federal jury found a Bahamian
fishing boat captain guilty of
second-degree murder in the
drowning of three illegal immi-
grants he was trying to smuggle
into the United States. Rickey
Thompson was convicted
Wednesday on a total of 30
counts, which included import-
ing drugs and smuggling
humans mostly, from
Jamaica and Haiti on two
separate trips in a speed boat.
Thompson faces a maximum
of life in prison and $37 million
in fines. His sentencing has not
been scheduled. Authorities
caught Thompson and his first
mate, Leon Brice Johnson,
shortly after a December 2006
trip. Johnson pleaded guilty to
several charges earlier this year
and faces a maximum life sen-
tence at a July 11 hearing.

UF fraternity gets
suspension for hazing
University of Florida fraternity
has received a four-year suspen-,
sion for hazing violations. The Pi
Kappa Phi chapter at UF -was
accused of forcingnew members
to drink large amounts of alcohol
and to perform physical chal-
lenges that resulted in injuries.

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Your Guide To Local

Houses Of Worship

For expanded church information, go to

and click on Faith & Values

Alford First Assembly of God Church
1782 Tennessee St. P. 0. Box 228
Alford, FL 32420 579-5103
Cypress Grove Assembly of God
3254 Cypress Grove Rd., Grand Ridge, FL
El Bethel Assembly of God
2503 El Bethel Church Rd
Grand Ridge, FL 32442 593-6044
First Assemblyof God
5565 Brown St Graceville, FL 263-3351
Faith Haven Assembly of God
7135 Hwy 90, Grand Ridge 592-8205
Welcome Assembly of God
6784 Messer Road
Grand Ridge, FL 32442 592-5077

Alford Baptist Church
1764 Carolina Street P. 0. Box 6,
Alford, FL 32420 579 2192
Bethlehem Baptist Church
2300 Bethlehem Road
Kynesvllle, FL 526-3367
Circle Hill Baptist Church
7170 Circle Hill Rd., Sneads, FL 592-2327
Damacus Freewill Baptist.
3700 Kynesville Rd. -
Marianna, FL 32448 482-5878
Dellwood Baptist Church
5512 Blue Springs Rd, .
Greenwood, FL 592-6954
Faith Baptist Church
2494 Hwy. 71 South
Marianna, FL 482-2869
First Baptist Church Southern Baptist
987 8th Ave. P.O. Box 565
Graceville FL 32440 263-3323
First Baptist Church
3172 Main St., Cottondale, FL 32431
First Baptist Marianna
2897 Green St., Marianna FL 32446 526-4200
First Baptist Church
8010 Pope St. Sneads, FL 32460
P.O. Bx 246 (850)593-6999
Crossroads Baptist Church
Southern Baptist 3276 Main St.
P.O. Box 386, Cottondale Fl. 32431 352-2636
Eastside Baptist Church
4785 Highway 90, Marianna, FL 526-2004
Ebenezer Missionary Baptist Church
3360 Gardenview Road, Cottondale, FL
First Baptist Church
8010 Pope St., Sneads P.O. Box 246
First Baptist Church
5366 Ninth St. P.O. Bx 98
Malone, Fl 32445 850-569-2426
First Freewill Baptist Church
Tenth St. (Hwy. 71 N)
P.O. Box 385, Malone FL 32445
Friendship Baptist Church of Malone
5507 Friendship Church Rd.
Malone, FL 32445 (850)569-2379
Grand Ridge Baptist Church
2093 Porter Ave.
P.O. Box 380, Grand Ridge, FL 32442 592-4846
Greater Buckhorn Baptist
4691 Hwy 162 Greenwood, FL 594-5761

Lovedale Baptist Church
6595 Lovedale Rd. Bascom, FL
592-5415 209-7116
Marvin Chapel Free Will Baptist Church
2041 Hope School Dr.
Marianna, FL 32448 (850)482-5375
Midway Freewill Baptist Church
1600 Church St., 6158 Rocky Creek Rd.,
Marianna, FL 32448 592-8999
Mt. Tabor Missionary Baptist Church
3695 Popular Springs Rd.
Marianna, FL 32446 594-4161
Mount Olive Baptist
6045 Hwy. 2, Bascom FL 32423
New Easter Missionary Baptist Church
977 Hope Ave.
Graceville, FL 32440 263-4184

New Galilee Missionary Baptist Church
2155 Highway 73 South P.O. Box 234
Marianna, FL 32447 482-5499
New Hoskie Missionary Baptist Church
4252 Allen St. P.O. Box 53
Greenwood, FL 32443
New Hope Freewill Baptist
Sweet Pond Rd., Dellwood, FL 592-1234
New Hope Missionary Baptist
3996 Wintergreen Rd.
Greenwood, FL 592-8802
New Mount Olive Missionary Baptist 2870
Barnes St. P.O. Box 312
Marianna, FL 32447 482-7595
New Salem Baptist Church
3478 Kynesville Rd.
Marianna, FL 32448 482-7126
Pleasant Hill Baptist Church
6687 Brushy Pond Road
Grand Ridge, FL 32442 592-5696
Pilgrim Rest Baptist Church
.3924 Woodrest Road
Cottondale, FL 32431 832-0317
Pine Ridge Baptist Church
3064 Pine Ridge Church Rd.,Alford, FL 32420
Pleasant Ridge Baptist Church
5481 Pleasant Ridge Rd, Marianna, FL 32446
s Providence Baptist Church
6940 Providence Church Rd.
Grand Ridge, FL 32442 592-5481
Rocky Creek Baptist Church
5458 Rocky Creek Rd.
Marianna, FL 32448 850-526-7508
St. Peter Missionary Baptist
7889 McKeown Mill Rd.-P.O. Bx 326
Trinity Baptist Church
3023 Penn.Ave., Marianna, FL 32446
Union Hill
3115 Union Hill Rd.
Marianna, FL 32446 526-5711

St. Anne Catholic Church
3009 5th Street
P.O. Box 1547, Marianna, FL 32446 482-3734

Caverns Rd. Church of Christ
4448 River Rd., Marianna 482-2605

,Grand Ridge Church of God
2232 Porter Ave., Grand Ridge, FL 32442
592-5301 592-2814

St. Luke's Episcopal Church
4362 Lafayette St. Marianna, FL 32446

Christian Center Church
4791 Sheffield Drive P.O. Bx 450
Marianna, FL 526-4476 526-4475
Resurrection Life Christian Fellowship
3001 Highway 71 North, Marianna, FL. 526-2617
New Beginnings Worship Center
1165 Highway 69, Grand Ridge, FL 32442 592-5791
New Beginning Outreach Ministries, Inc.
2254 Magnolia Dr., Cottondale, FL 32431
New Vision Outreach Church
2958 Milton Ave., Marianna, FL 32446

Emmanuel Holiness Church
3502 Sandridge Church Road
Sneads, FL 32460 593-5167
God's Little Country Holiness Church
1221 Dipper Road, Marianna, FL 32448
482-4696 482-2885
Shady Grove Pentecostal Holiness
7541 Shady Grove Rd., Grand Ridge, FL
Sneads Community Church
1948 Desoto Ave. P. 0. Box 1349
Sneads, FL 32460. 593-5650

Ascension Lutheran Church
3975 W. Hwy 90
Marianna, FL 32446 482-4691

Bascom United Methodist Church
4942 Basswood Road
P.O. Box 67, Bascom,'FL 32423-0067
Greenwood Chapel AME.
5426 Fort Rd., Greenwood, FL 32443
Greenwood United Methodist
4220 Bryan St., Greenwood, FL 32443
594-5755 569-2231
Kynesville United Methodist
Marianna, FL 32448
2875 Kynesville Road 482-4672
First United Methodist Church
2901 Caledonia St., Marianna, FL 482-4502
Grace United Methodist
4203 W. KelsonAve., Marianna, FL 482-4753
Greenwood Chapel Methodist Episcopal Church
5426 Fort Road Greenwood FL 32443, 594-1112
Sneads First United Methodist Church
8042 Church Street, Sneads, FL
P.O. Box 642,32460 593-6481
Friendship Christian Methodist Episcopal
(CME) Church
5411 Avery Road, Campbellton, FL 32426
P. 0. Box 302, 32426 263-1111
1st United Methodist Church of Cottondale
P.O. Box 458 Cottondale, FL 32431 352-4426
Salem AME Church
5729 Browntown Road
Graceville, FL 32440 263-3344

Apostolic Life Church
4070 Old Cottondale Road
Marianna, FL 32448pastorbiggs 482-8720

Christian Covenant Life Center
2011 FinleyAvenue, Grand Ridge, FL 32448
Sneads Pentecostal Holiness Church
2036 Gloster Ave., Sneads, FL 32460
593-4487 593-6949
SPrayer Temple
Church Of Prayer For All People
3341 Plantation Circle
Marianna, FL 32446 482-3343
First Presbyterian Church

Presbyterian Church (USA)
2898 Jefferson Street
Marianna, FL 32446-3404 or first- 526-2430

Salem Wesleyan Church
2764 Salem Church Rd., Sneads, FL

Church of Jesus Christ of Marianna
2620 Old Airbase Road
Marianna, FL. 32446 482-2995

Emmanuel SDA Church
4531 Basswood Road
Greenwood, FL 32443-0436 594-3200
Marianna SDA Church
4878 US Hwy 90, Marianna, FL 32446

Love and Restoration Ministries
2990 Heritage Road
Marianna, FL 32448 526-2730
Sunrise Worship Cen,ter
2957 Hall St., Marianna, FL 482-8158
Belivers Outreach Ministry
3471 Hwy 90 W., Marianna, FL 32446

Mt. Carmel Community Church
3394 Gardenview Road
Marianna, Florida 32446

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July 6 Sunday
International concert pianist and vocalist Randy Estelle
engages audiences with music styles from neo-classical to con-
temporary praise, a unique blend of humor and spiritual insights.
He will present a patriotic concert at 10:30 a.m., at First
Assembly of God, 4186 Lafayette St., Marianna. Call 482-2800.
Salem Free Will Baptist Church will observe their annual
Homecoming. Covenant Quartet will provide the special singing
at 10:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. The church is at 2555 Kynesville
Rd., just off of Highway 231, between Cottondale and Alford.
Call 579-4194.
Rocky, Creek Baptist Church, 5458 Rocky Creek Rd.,
Marianna, is hosting dinner on the grounds after the Sunday
church service, approximately noon. Bring a covered-dish. Call
482-2549 or 762-3333.
Randy Estelle will perform a patriotic concert at Marianna
First Assembly of God, located at 4186 Lafayette Street. He is
an international concert pianist and vocalist. The Estelles found-
ed Courtyard Media Ministries and have written over 150 songs,
including four full production musicals. Humor-filled, dynam-
ic, power-packed, anointed and uplifting are all words used to
describe this concert experience.
The Sacrament of the Lord's Supper will be celebrated as
part of the 11 a.m. worship service at First Presbyterian Church,
located at the comer of Jefferson and Clinton Streets in
Marianna. The service will be based on Matthew 11:25-30.
Prayerand Quiet Reflection Time is 5 p.m. in the parlor, with a
program entitled, "Yahweh Shalom," led by Jennifer Castree
Collins, the cousin of pastor Huw Christopher. This program has
been re-scheduled from Sunday, June 29. Call 526-2430 or visit
Mt. Tabor Missionary Baptist Church announces its upcom-
ing revival July 6-11. There will be an introductory revival serv-
ice held on Sunday, July 6, at 6 p.m. with Rev. Dwight
Cockerham, Sr. delivering the message. Revival services will be
held July 7-11. Prayer meeting will begin at 6 p.m. and the min-
ister will bring the message at 7 p.m. nightly. The Rev. James
Youmas of Greater Friendship Missionary Baptist Church in
Panama City is the guest minister.
July 8 Tuesday
Circle Hill Baptist Church's "Cactus Canyon" vacation Bible
school is July 8-11. Registration is Tuesday, at 5:30 p.m. Classes
will be from 6 to 8 p.m. each day, with a meal served at 6 p.m.
each day. Children age 3 and up are welcome for hay rides, Bible
study, crafts and westem-themed fun. Call 592-2412 or 592-
3222. The church is at 7170 Circle Hill Rd., Sneads, near the
Paramore community.
Revival.will be held from July 8-11 at Haven of Rest Church
of Restoration Incorporated Worship Center. It is located at 2261
Haven'of Rest Road in Cottondale. Services will begin at 7 p.m.
Mt. Tabor Missionary Baptist Church announces its upcom-
ing revival July 6-11. There will be an introductory revival serv-
ice held on Sunday, July 6, at 6 p.m. with Rev. Dwight
Cockerham, Sr. delivering the message. Revival services will be
held July 7-11. 'Prayer meeting will begin at 6 p.m. and the min-
ister will bring the message at ,7 p.m. nightly. The Rev. James
Youmas of Greater Friendship Missionary Baptist Church in
Panama City is the guest minister.

July 9 Wednesday
New Hope Missionary Baptist Church in Two Egg hosts its
2008 Pre-Prayer Services July 9-11, at 6 p.m. Then nightly
Revival Services, July 14-18, will be.led by the,Rev. Dwight
July 11 Friday
New Hope Missionary Baptist Church in Two Egg hosts its
2008 Pre-Prayer Services July 9-11, at 6 p.m. Then nightly
Revival Services, July 14-18, will be led by the Rev. Dwight
Mt. Tabor Missionary Baptist Church announces its upcom-
ing revival July 6-11. There will be an introductory revival serv-
ice held on Sunday, July 6, at 6 p.m. with Rev. Dwight
Cockerham, Sr. delivering the message. Revival services will be
held July 7-11. Pfaybr meeting will begin at 6 p.m. and the min-
ister will bring the message at 7 p.m. nightly. The Rev. James
Youmas of Greater Friendship Missionary Baptist Church in
Panama City is the guest minister.
Revival will be held from July 8-11 at Haven of Rest Church"
of Restoration Incorporated Worship Center. It is located at 2261
Haven of Rest Road in Cottondale. .Services will begin at 7 p.m.

July 12 Saturday '
Pre-register for Grand Ridge Baptist Church's "Cactus
Canyon" vacation Bible school at 6 p.m. The VBS will be July
13-18, 5:30-8:05 p.m., for children age 3 to grade six. Call 592-
,. St. Paul A.M.E. Church, Campbellton, celebrates the team
work of Pastor, the Rev. Sandra Jones and her husband, Minister
Douglas Jones, July 12-13. On Saturday, July 12, prayer break-
fast starts at 7 a.m. On Sunday morning, July 13, church school
is, at 9:30 a.m., morning worship at 11 a.m., with the youth
.department, and afternoon service at 3 p.m., with the Rev. James
Bighem and the Mt. Calvary Holiness Church of Christ family,

July 13 Sunday
Directresses Acenia Dickens, Theresa Forest and Barbara
Leslie announce 2008 vacation Bible school at New Hope
Missionary Baptist Church in Two lEgg. This year's theme is
"God's Big Back Yard." School will be in session July 28
through Aug. 1, 6-9 p.m. Registration ends July 13.
Grand Ridge Baptist Church hosts "Cactus Canyon" vaca-
tion Bible school July 13-18, 5:30-8:05 p.m., for children age 3
to grade six. Call 592-4846.
The Missionary Society of Salem. African Methodist
Episcopal Church will celebrate its annual Missionary Day on
Sunday, July 13, at 3 p.m. Speaker will be Sister Sandra Bryant
of the St. John African Methodist Episcopal Church in Quincy.
The St. John choir, Second Chance, will perform at the service.
Missionaries from all denominations are encouraged to attend
and wear their signature white apparel. Call 263-3344,
Noma Baptist Church will host "Faith Riders," a ministry of
motorcycle evangelists who will participate in the 11 a.m. morn-
ing service,
Lovedale Baptist Church will host "Outrigger Island"
Vacation Bible School from July 13-18 from 5:30-8:30 p.m.
nightly. Registration begins Sunday, July 13, at 4:30 p.m. Call
592-5415 or 209-7116.
Damascus Freewill Baptist Church will celebrate homecom-
ing today, with the Rev. Gene G'ilbert bringing, the message.
Sonny and Linda Morris will be ministering through their music.
Services start at 11 and will end with lunch at noon. The church
is located at 3700 Kynesville Road. Call 482-5878.
St. Paul A.M.E. Church, Campbellton, celebrates the team
work of Pastor, the Rev. Sandra Jones and her husband, Minister

Douglas Jones, July 12-13. OW Saturday, July 12, prayer break-
fast starts at 7 a.m. On Sunday morning, July 13, church school
is at 9:30 a.m., morning worship at 11 a.m., with the youth
department, and afternoon service at 3 p.m., with the Rev. James
Bighem and the Mt. Calvary Holiness Church of Christ family,

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Upcoming conferences set at BCF


Designed to prepare and
encourage students during their
studies, The Baptist College of
Florida (BCF) in Graceville
will hold three inspirational
conferences during the fall
semester. Select individuals
have been invited,to lead the
annual Prayer Conference,
Powell Lecture Series and
Evangelism Conference.
Wayne Barber, senior pastor
at the Hoffmantown Church in

Albuquerque, N.M., along with
friend and prayer warrior, Rick
Shepherd, director of Prayer
and Spiritual Awakening
Development in the Evangelism

Division for the Florida Baptist
Convention, will be returning to
BCF Sept. 15-17, to lead the
Prayer Conference.
Preaching during the Powell

Lectures, scheduled for Sept.
22-24, will be William Cook,
professor of New Testament
Interpretation at The Southern
Baptist Theological Seminary
in Louisville, Ky. Cook was
previously a member of the
faculty at BCF.
Evangelist and past presi-
dent of the Alabama Baptist
Pastors' Conference, Don
Graham, will be preaching
during the Evangelism
Conference scheduled for
Nov. 17-18.

-Pattons to lead revival in Cottondale


Bishop Freddie Patton will
be ministering nightly at a
July 8-11 revival at the Haven
of Rest Church of Restoration
Incorporated Worship Center.
He is the founder and pastor
of Christ Open Door
Community Church Inc.,
which is, located in Orlando.
The minster of music will be
the First Lady of Christ Open
Door Community Church,
Maria Patton. The Pattons are
formerly of Jackson County.
Bishop Patton was born in
Marianna on June 25, 1952.
He accepted Jesus Christ as
his personal savior in October

1981 while
Forest Hill .
Church of. the
Nazarene in
He began
Church under
the pastorate
of Dr.
Lawrence C.
Callahan. Bishop Freddie
While there, Lady Maria Pat
he was called,
into the ministry and moved
to Baldwin, where he united
with St. Paul Baptist Church

Missouri youth group

ministers at Church.

of Jesus Christ

Nineteen youth from Missouri, ranging in age from 15
to 19, caravanned through Arkansas, Louisiana,
Mississippi, Alabama and Florida on an 18-day trip,
stopping at the Church of Jesus Christ, 2620 Old
Airbase Rd., Marianna, on June 27 and 28. That Friday
night, the group presented a service of music, scripture
and personal testimonies of how God has directed them
in their decisions in life. Contributed photo


under the
pastorate. of
the Rev.
Henry Baker.'
In 1982, he
moved back
home and
United with
his home
church and

their union,
atton and First they have six
n children and
11 grandchil-
dren. Briefly, the Pattons lived
in Marianna, serving under
Dr. L.L. Brooks, pastor of

Bethel Star Missionary
Baptist Church. Patton served
briefly in New Hope
Missionary Baptist Church
and was an associate minister
at True Vine Baptist Church
under the leadership of Dr.
L.W. Wilson.
Since 1982, Patton has
served as pastor in the Baptist,
Pentecostal and AME denom-
inations. As an evangelist, he
has traveled throughout
Florida and Georgia, conduct-
ing more than 250 revivals
and crusades. He is described
as "a gifted preacher and
teacher, anointed by the Spirit
of God to bring in the lost at
any cost."



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Virginia students defied



Seventeen black students who
endured isolation and their
classmates' scorn to integrate
Norfolk's public schools will
be honored Sunday for ending
Virginia's stubborn defiance
of court-ordered desegrega-
The Norfolk 17 will be rec-
ognized during a service at
historic First Baptist Church, a
downtown sanctuary that held
classes in its basement 49
years ago when six white pub-
lic schools closed rather than
educate the 17.
Twelve of the surviving 14
students will attend on
Sunday, and representatives.
for three of the dead will be
Andrew Heidelberg, 64, has
written about his experience
and recognizes the pioneering
role he and the other 16 stu-
dents played half a century
ago in ending Virginia's
"Massive Resistance" to
school desegregation.
"I can't help believe that we
played a big part in breaking
down the walls, of the chang-
ing of history in America,"
Heidelberg said. "All the

country should take notice of
Massive Resistance was



Names of the Norfolk 17,
students who were edu-
cated at First Baptist
Church during Virginia's
"Massive Resistance" to
school desegregation
before they help end
school segregation,
Lavera Forbes Brown,
Delores Johnson Brown
Louis Cousins
Alvarez Gonsouland
Andrew Heidelberg
Geraldine Talley Hobby
Edward Jordan
Oliva Driver Lindsay
Johnnie Rouse
Patricia Turner
Carol Wellington
Patricia Godbolt White
Betty Jean Reed Kea
Lolita Portis Page
James Turner Jr.
Claudia Wellington
Reginald Young

'Massive Resistance'


Florida Supreme court nixes Indian casino pact


Florida Supreme Court on
Thursday overturned an agree-
ment Gov. Charlie Crist
signed with the Seminole
Tribe to expand gambling at
its casinos, saying the gover-
nor had no right to allow
games that are illegal else-
where in the state.
The November deal allowed
the tribe to install Las Vegas-
style slot machines and games
such as blackjack and baccarat
at their seven casinos, includ-
ing the Hard Rock Casinos in
Hollywood and Tampa. But
Crist overstepped his authori-
ty, the court ruled.
"The governor does not
have authority to legalize in
some parts of the state, or for
some persons, conduct that is
otherwise illegal throughout
the state," the opinion said.
The opinion doesn't take
issue with the slot machines,
which are' also legal at
Broward and Miami-Dade
County jai-alai frontons and
*horse and dog tracks, but
rather with the table card
"What is legal in Florida is
legal on tribal lands, and what
is illegal in Florida is illegal

This file photo shows Florida
Governor Charlie Crist and
Carole Rome as they arrive
for the Bloomberg After
party in Washington. The
governor is engaged to
Rome after he popped the
question to her Thursday, at
his St. Petersburg, Fla. apart-
ment. AP Photo/Jose Luis

Florida Gov.
Crist engaged
Charlie Crist is engaged to a
woman fie met last September
during a trip to New York,
The 51-yeai-old governor
popped the question to Carole
Rome on Thursday morning at
his St. Petersburg apartment.
Crist says she said yes without
Crist says the couple may
plan a fall wedding, most like-
ly a small ceremony in St.
Petersburg followed by a larg-
er reception at the governor's,
mansion. While Rome has two
daughters from a previous
marriage, 9 and 11, Crist said
he hopes he and Rome can
have a.child of their own.
Crist's first marriage ended
nearly'30 years ago.

there. Absent a compact, any
gambling prohibited in the
state is. prohibited on tribal
land," the opinion said.
But the tribe contends that it
is operating under a federally
approved compact which
gives it authority for the
games. The tribe has installed
Vegas-style slots in six of its
seven casinos and began
blackjack games at its
Hollywood casino on June 22.
"The tribe is studying the
decision and plans no immedi-
ate change in any of the games
that are offered," said
spokesman Gary Bitner. "We
want people to know that if
they come to any of the casi-
nos in the state this weekend
for the holiday, that they can
The agreement gave the
tribe exclusive rights to the
card games. In exchange, the
tribe gave Florida $50 million
when Crist, a Republican,
signed the compact. The state
was to receive another $175
million over the next two
years, $150 million for the
third year of the agreement
and at least $100 million a
year for the remainder of the
25-year deal.
, House Speaker Marco
Rubio challenged Crist's
authority to sign the agree-

ment and.asked the Supreme
Court for an opinion. Senate
President Ken Pruitt, later
joined the challenge.
Crist's office didn't immedi-
ately return a call, and an e-
mail seeking comment. Rubio
and Pruitt, both Republicans,
praised the decision.
"The court's decision is a
victory for our constitutional
system of checks and bal-
ances," Rubio said. "I look
forward to an open and delib-
erative process that results in a
new compact that doesn't
unnecessarily expand gam-
bling in our state."
Pruitt said, "For the Senate,
this case was about protecting
the important concept of sepa-
ration of powers. We are
pleased with the Supreme
Court's decision upholding the
Legislature's sole authority to
make law."
Both local and out-of-town
gamblers expressed disap-
pointment with the ruling.
"Think about it, what's a
casino without blackjack,"
said Michael LaBella, 37, who
was visiting the casino
Thursday on business from El
Paso, Texas. "I hate to say this,
but compared to Vegas and
Atlantic City, Florida has a
long way to go."
Robert Dennis, 56, a black-

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jack lover from Miami, said
the court's decision doesn't
make sense.
"What is the big deal of get-
ting rid' of these games,"
Dennis said. "With the econo-
my how it is, having more
games would only help."
Associated Press writer
Damian Grass in Hollywood
contributed to this report.


chosen," Sweeney said.
Heidelberg has his own the-
The 17 were all academical-
ly sound, he said, and many
had light-colored skin all
but four by his count.
At school, the 17 were met
by angry mobs and insults.
At Norview Senior High
School, Heidelberg encoun-
tered "the worst 2 1/2 years of
my life" as his white class-
mates hurled racial slurs as he
walked the halls.
"I remember walking home
from school and saying,
'Why'd you make me black,
why'd' you make me black?' "
The experience brightened
in his senior year, when he
was selected as a running back
on the football team and
scored seven touchdowns.
Geraldine Talley Hobby,

who plans on attending the
Sunday recognition with
Heidelberg, remembers her
two years at Northside Junior
High as "very hostile, very
traumatic." Fearful of physical
attacks, her brother and father
took turns taking her to school
and picking her up.
To make amends for that
Jim Crow period, Virginia
established Brown v. Board of
Education Scholarships for
people whose education was
disrupted or ended. The city of
Norfolk plans to conduct
events marking the 50th
anniversary of the end of
Massive Resistance next year.
On the Web:
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Supreme Court decision that
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Endorsed at the highest levels
of state government and pro-
moted by U.S. Sen. Harry F.
Byrd, Virginia cut funds to
any school that dared to inte-
Schools were closed and
private academies were creat-
ed to educate white students
who could afford the tuition.
The policy primarily affected
schools in Charlottesville,
Norfolk and Prince Edward
County, which continued its
own homegrown version of
school segregation until 1964.
In Norfolk, three all-white
high schools and three junior
high schools closed between
September 1958 and February
1959 rather than accept black
students, said James Sweeney,
an associate professor of his-
tory at Old Dominion
University in Norfolk. Nearly
9,000 students were affected.
At First Baptist Church, the
17, found loving, attentive and
demanding teachers. They
were taught in the basement of
the church after the six
Norfolk schools closed rather
than accept them.
"It was like, going to the best

private school in the world,"
Heidelberg, a retired banker,
said of the church education.
In January 1959, state and
federal courts declared that the
school closings were unconsti-
The Norfolk schools
reopened in Feb. 2, 1959, and
the 17 went on to attend the
white schools, ending the
state-sponsored era of
Massive Resistance.
Heidelberg was a 13-year-
old student attending an all-
black public school when his
parents and civil rights
activists sat him down to dis-
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In all, 151 black students
were selected for an initial
pool to break the color barrier.
The field was narrowed to the
17 by a panel of white offi-
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Celebrating his American independence


DOTHAN, Ala. During the Vietnam War,
Hoang Nguyen's father served for his family's
chance to live in a country filled with opportu-
nity.'Now, Nguyen speaks of his own freedom
fight using a manual and a test.
The 21-year-old Wallace Community
College student received his American citizen-
ship after passing a U.S. Citizenship and
Immigration Services naturalization exam in
He's now able to apply for federal aid if he
transfers to Auburn University this fall. He can
look forward to voting in the upcoming presi-
dential election, and he can possibly get a fed-'
eral job.
Still, Nguyen said his family faces challenges
similar to other immigrants despite living in
America for more than a decade. He said his*
parents, who worked factory jobs to help
Nguyen succeed, have yet to complete the citi-
zenship exam. '
He has two other sisters who have passed.the
test and one sister who has not. His youngest
sister is a natural-born American citizen.
"The only thing that worried my parents was
whether I could have the same opportunities as
everyone else ... It also worried them that in
case of a war we could be kicked out, so having
citizenship and being an American is an oppor-
tunity of freedom," he said before delivering a
speech at Wallace on Wednesday. ,
"It's an opportunity to own what you want,
have an opportunity to be who you want to be,
with some restrictions of course. I just hope
everybody can get to enjoy the opportunity like
I have."
Nguyen said he moved to America when he
was 5 through a program called the "American
soldiers," initiated for Vietnamese people like
his father who helped America during the war.
While he said most immigrants in the pro-

gram are shipped to Atlanta or California, he
said family in Alabama welcomed the Nguyens
into their home.
Nguyen said he could not apply for citizen-
ship until he received his green card, which
turned into a three-year process.
The citizenship test was not difficult in itself,
he said.
"But everything was so strict. Even if you
knew everything you were still nervous. Out of
100 plus questions they only ask you 10. One I
had to know because I live in Alabama was
who the two senators in the state were, which is
Senator Jeff Sessions and Richard Shelby,"'
Nguyen' said.
"Some people failed (the test), not because
they didn't know but maybe because the accent
of the people giving the test they spoke
English but I guess they were immigrants who
had got their citizenship too it was hard to
understand what they were saying," he said.
Nguyen is finishing up his last semester at
Wallace this summer with hopes of attending
Auburn for a computer engineering degree this
fall. He tutors at Wallace and serves as SGA
Mandy Wise, director of student activities at
the college, said Nguyen has transitioned from
a reserved, quiet student to one who is willing
to step up whenever necessary.
"He's a hard worker and goes after every-
thing he does 120 percent at a time. He runs
meetings and organizes the students and is still
taking five classes this summer," Wisesaid.
"His story is that (July 4) is a day to celebrate
independence. That it's not about politics that
make this country, it's the people that make this-
Nguyen said his family would likely observe
today through fellowshipping with each other.
"We celebrate the fourth of July but not to the
extreme because my mom doesn't know how to
cook American food that much," he said, smil-

Rivergate Continued From Page 1A
Fund, with Marianna 101,000 square feet, with a improving, arid making more
Commercial LLC. listed as the net 99,@00 of that being eco-friendly with zero new
purchaser. Given, the location rentable square footage. impact on our environment,"
of the plaza, Ward said he and The "purely private" ven- said Ward.
others on the project will be ture will not be funded by any "We feel that not only is the
working with both the City of government money, said opportunity there to make. a
Marianna and Jackson County Ward. profit, but meet a growing
for a development order and "This area was attractive need for up-to-date space for
code adherence. because'of the available build- rent or sale to meet new busi-
Once a permit is in hand, ings that could be fully reno- ness demands. Our plans are
demolition will begin, said vated at a lower cost than, to update the entire shopping
Ward .. building a new structure. We center with the latest electri-
"There'll be an extensive pride ourselves on our "green" cal, communication, air quali-
amount of cleah-up. We're growth. We are taking an old ty, and most economical appli-
talking about a 40-year-old run-down shopping center that ances available today, thus
shopping center that's had has already had an impact on making this space a more
very little done to it over the out surroundings, both aes- attractive space for your aver-
years," said Ward. thetic and age business competing in a
The plaza would boast environmentally....rebuilding, more expensive economy."

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past, when Sallie Mae owned
it and then vacated it, they
would not take offers to lease
the property or subdivide it,"
explained Ward.
But smaller call center com-
panies have come to Jackson
County looking to do just that,
said Ward.
"Our plan is to stabilize the

building and offer smaller
spaces to some call centers
that may be interested. We've
already got a workforce
trained here from Sykes call
, center and Sallie Mae,. and
there's about $4 million in
'call-center' infrastructure. So
we have this space, we're will-
ing to subdivide it and a busi-

ness can come lease a lot,
which is a lot cheaper than
building it. We're trying to
attract another business that
will employ 200 to 500 peo-
ple. We're committed to that
and we're going to try to keep
that possibility open for as
long as we can financially,"
said Ward.


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Airstream" model.
They've put aside their tools
for the weekend, though, to camp
in the trailer this 4th of July
weekend. They pulled into the
Arrowhead campsite in Marianna
Thursday with their trailer
packed full of holiday supplies.
To be so small, it holds a lot; a
wading pool, a kid's picnic table,
and lots of water- toys for their
two-year-old son, 'Mason were
stowed inside. A big standing
hammock they just bought, a
large rainbow-colored umbrella,
and cook-out supplies were also
stashed away.
The Nowling's daughter, 12-
year-old Savannah, and her
friend, Haley Jernigan, swung
happily on the hammock after it
had been unpacked and set up
beside the trailer.
Three months ago, the
Nowlings would practically have
had to drag their daughter to such
an outing in the Argosy 22. .
That's because, until a few
months ago, her dad had been
content to leave the trailer pretty
much as it looked when he
bought it from a friend five years
ago. It still had its 1970's 8-track
tape player and a 12-volt radio
for entertainment.
He'd been using it all that time
mostly to take solo trips to car
races. He even called it is
'Talledega wagon," to reflect that
favorite use.
It still had all its original mate-
rial inside; avocado green shag
carpet, avocado green fridge and
stove, and avocado green cush-
ions. The air-conditioner, origi-
nal, worked only sporadically.

"It was gross," Savannah said
Thursday. "The carpet was pukey
green. And it had bugs."
A few months ago," with a
major change his life-view,
Nowling in turn decided to go
through with what his wife had
wanted to do all along; make a
change in the look of the trailer.
"Its the difference between
unsaved and saved," he said in
comparing the renovated trailer
and its old state to what he says
has been a major overhaul in his
life since he became a born-again

He found that he was no longer
satisfied to leave the trailer in a
condition more suited to the
casual lifestyle of a carefree
bachelor. Instead, he's fixing it
up to be very family-friendly.
He and his wife, working side
by side, have put in a new, non-
green countertop. They've put in
a new air-conditioner, and
they've recovered the cushions
with tan leather-like material.
They put in gopd subflooring to
replace some rotting, water-dam-

Above left, Chris Nowling of Defuniak Springs falks about the history of his 1972 Argosy trail-
er. Center, Savannah Nowling, Chris Nowling and Candy Nowling in the threshold of their
newly-renovated travel trailer. At far right, Mason Nowling plays in a wading pool Thursday.
- Mark Skinner / Floridan

aged material and topped it off
with a surface of laminate wood.
They'll soon add a new stove. It's
black rather than green, and the
all-electric updated model will
replace the trailer's already-dis-
carded old gas stove.
Their next big project is the
For now, its fixtures are stored
in the space, and the tumble of
hardware fills the currently
unusable bathroom. For the
moment, they're using camp-

ground restrooms or sharing with
friends who sometimes camp
along with them in 'their own
travel trailers.
Eventually, the Nowlings will
finish off the renovation with a
new exterior paint job. To pre-
serve its.vintage appearance, they
are keeping the original win-
Savannah is thrilled with the
changes, and is no longer afraid
to sleep in the trailer for fear of
the creepy-crawlies she imagined

hiding in every corner.
This is the Nowling's second
trip in the trailer since the reno-
vation process began, and she
was proud to bring a friend along
this time around.
The family has already spent
more on the renovation than
Chris paid for the trailer. But
Nowlings say their money has
been well-spent.
The trailer has become more
than a get-by shelter; now it's a
family fun'house.

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Football clinic set for next
Saturday in Marianna
Marianna Area Youth
FootballCoach Rob Armstrong, and
staff will be hosting a football clinic
on Saturday July 12, 2008 from 9-12
for registered participates with
MAYFA. For anyone not registered,
you can sign-up that day from 8-9.
This clinic is free with registration.
For more information, call Brandt at
MHS offering football,
basketball physical
Marianna High School will offer
football and basketball physical on
Tuesday, July 08, 2008 at Dr. John
Spence's office. Dr. Spence's office
is located at the corner of Guyton and
Kelson in Marianna. Physicals will
begin at 5 p.m. Cost foi each physi-
cal is $3. If you have any questions,
please contact the athletic depart-
ment at MHS.
Men's softball registration
deadline is extended
The Marianna Recreation
Department has extended the regis-
tration period for the Men's Softball
League until Monday, July 8. Teams
can'. sign up at the Marianna
Educational and Recreational Expo
(MERE), located at 3625 Caverns
Road in Marianna. The registration
fee is $480 for a 14-game schedule,
and includes the team's ASA regis-
tration. Fees are due at the time of
registration. There will be a man-
agers' meeting on Monday, July 8, at
6 p.m. at MERE. All games will be
played on Monday nights and each
team will play two games per night.
The season runs from July 14-Aug.
25. For more information, call 482-6228.
Glowball play is back at
Indian Springs Golf Club
Glowball golf tournament will be
held on Thursday, July 10, beginning
at 5:30 p.m. with nine holes played
daylight and nine after dark. Pick
your partner for the two-person 18-
hole scramble. The cost is $45 per
player, for $38 for members. Call or
fax to sign up at 482-8787 or 482-
8770 (fax).

Ripkin camp set at Chipola


The Chipola College baseball field
will be filled with future major
league hopefuls Wednesday, July 9
when Rahal-Miller Chevrolet hosts a
Cal Ripken Baseball Camp. The
camp will run from 9 to .12 on
Wednesday and is open to all inter-
ested youth in the area.
Cal Ripken Camps are known
nationally for their, hands-on skills
training provided to youth from ages
5 to 18. Camps are held throughout
the United States and offer varying
degrees of camps from week-long to
half day camps.
The camp offered at Chipola is just
one part of a nationwide program
sponsored by Chevrolet this year to
promote youth baseball. There will
be approximately 15 instructors on
the premises to work with youth on
fundamentals, fielding, hitting and
Local spokesperson Scott Jordan
says the camp will be very condensed
but feels it will be beneficial to future
balers, "This camp, of course, is
three hours long but it will give the
kids an opportunity to see and hear
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proper fundamentals and the basics
of the game. We at Rahal Miller are
very proud to be a part of this pro-
Following the camp, People's First

held in Jackson County

Bank will provided lunch for the
Pre-registration will begin at 8 a.m.
at Chipola.

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With gasoline approaching $5 a gallon, each business owner
must be aware of how this high-priced resource is affecting both the
firm and the staff. So many low-end workers were forced to move
away from city centers in pursuit of more affordable land, and now
they cannot afford the cost of transportation to work. This is espe-
cially true of part-time workers, who will have a difficult time jus-
tifying going to work with these high fuel costs.
One answer to this dilemma is telecommuting. An employee
who telecommutes works from home rather than going into the
office. Not telecommuting a way to help with the energy cri-
sis, it also reduces traffic on our roadways, improves work-life bal-
ance and increases worker productivity.
Clearly there are many benefits bf telecommuting, but there are
also some pitfalls. For instance, telecommuting is just not viable for
all jobs: some workers, such as bank tellers, just cannot work from
home. However, a financial analyst for a bank who looks at finan-
cial statements all day would be an ideal candidate for telecom-
Jobs that are suitable for telecommuting require very little face
to face interaction and minimal management. However, with tech-
nology, live conferences can be,had wherever staff members are
Another pitfall is the security necessary to allow a staff member
to retrieve information from home. Transmitting information wire-
lessly outside of the business is a very risky thing, even with
encryption software. TJ Max had over 40 million credit card trans-
actions stolen this way. A security policy must be established to
ensure safety of all company data.
Once a security policy is put into place, a training session must
be given, and all telecommuters must attend. An especially impor-
tant piece of information that should be covered at this session is
who to contact about problems communicating with the office or
other technology related questions.
A critical piece of operating a successful telecommuting pro-
gram is ensuring that performance measures are in place. You must
be able to evaluate if this new process is working for your compa-
ny, as well as if it is benefiting the employee. Having specific meas-
ures in place ensures that the employee clearly understands the
expectations of this new work environment. Additionally, having
each employee come to the office once a week for a meeting update
is so important to insure that they continue to feel as they are part
of the company.
Some additional problem areas to watch for are not being able to
get hold of an employee, reduced work product and not accessing
the company's computer enough. Every manager that has imple-
mented telecommuting with their staff just knows when a worker is
not performing. If a worker cannot -hack this type of job assign-
ment, they clearly need to be brought back into the office.
I think it is paramount that each business looks into the viability
of allowing workers to telecommute. Once you have identified
positions that are feasible for telecommuting, you must develop an
implementation plan. When launching a telecommuting program,
start small. A slow deployment of telecommuting workers one
or two initially will allow you to see if this type of work envi-
ronment will be functional for your company. Once you know that
telecommuting is working well for these employees, you can grad-
ually expand the program to include more of your staff.

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caution if you are asked
to send money or in
calling "900" numbers.
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Gazelle Edge by Tony Little,
great cond. $100 850-209-
Gazelle Edge: By Tony
Little, Great condition 6
months old. $50. 850-

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your automobile?
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Kenmore Refrigerator 43
$100 OBO 850-482-3747 r
Microwave & Toaster Oven
$45 850-482-7938 Couch, loseat, chair, 2
lamps & 2 end tables &
New Dryer, Frigidaire coffee table $175 OBO.
$150 850-526-5978 850-482-2039
Window A/C units, 12, Dining Table, Gorgeous,
000 & 16,000 BTU $150 soli pine w / highback
for both 15,000 like new bench, $75. 850-526-
$200 OBO 850-482-3747 3365.1
Dining table solid cherry
wood bas Ig rectan-
Sle glass top, very nice,
125.50- 94
Mountain Bike, $50, Call a chair, ad too
(850)482-5555rom Pier 1) natural
color cushions $50.
Sturdy, solid wood high-
Sbackbench (made by
Auqa Blue Evening gown Steve Odom), $70. 850-
Bue, sz 12 Worn once 526-3365.
$100 850-482-7938
White, recliner with ba m
Brds Maid Dress, Classy boo arms, good condi-
Red Floor Length Worn tlon 850-263-6733 or
Once $60 850-319-8762 850-482-1236
Boys sz 10/12. $20/box 12

Local Retail Business
For Sale. Turn Key Op-1
ration. Only Business
of it's kind in town. 850-
209-3544 Various X-Box games $15
each 850-663-2227 .
_FOR YOU__ Motorola V3. pink razor
cellphone, new pink, in-
r e arger- $60.
PSP With everything
I- ~$120, Game $25, PSP
alone $110 used once ,
still In box.850-272-3604
XBOX HALO Edition with
8 Games and 1 control-
ler $130 (850)272-5558.

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Baker's Yard Sale: 5300
Willis Rd, b/t Hwy 71 &
165, Greenwood, FL ,Fr
& Sat 80 Ford 100
To Visit Visited

Estate Sale: uly 5th, 10a-
m-Noon 4620 Hwy 90 E.
Across from Elks Lodge

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To Visit Visited

Sat 7/5 8am-? Corner of
Dogwood Dr. & Azalea
s.Carpet remnants,
bab boy clothes, TV, &
muc more.

July 5th & 6th
Festival bldg.
Hwy231 S. Dothan,AL
ver 250 Tables *
Call (334) 279-9895
Small 22 Revolver good for
concealed carrying, Made
in Germany. $130 850-

Beautiful, earring / neck-
lace set Silver /re-
dstone / pearl Pic Aval.
$75. 850-319-8762

2007- 26hp Kohier en-
gine, 54", industrial
craftsmen lawnmower.
35hrs. $1,800. 334-796-
You Name It..
Classified Has it!!!
4 13" 4 lug chrome rims
w/mounted tires $40
Amaryllis 1 gallon pots,
$7.50/each. Many colors.
Bike Rack, trunk mount-
ed, $25, Call (850) 482-
Ford '86 Mustang GT
front clip w/ headlight
assembly and wiring
$125 OBO 850-209-5423
Twin sz Kenko Pad, Nikken
Magnetic Massage Tech.
(Foldable Pad) $95OBO


Guitar- Peavy American
Bass White w/ Peavy
hardshell conture case
$200 OBO 850-209-5423


ausmIesS uqupmen 1 set of KMC twin row
For Sale: planters 4 row. mount-
. Turbochef PizzaCook- ed ona paulk frame 1
er &Star PizzaWarmer KMC 4 row ripper w/
o Smokearoma BBQ lift assist wheel&
Cooker fertilizer attach. 1,000
* 8 door walk-in-cooler gal. nurse tank mount-
* Metal Shelving tr ed on tamdem trailer.
S2- Royal Cash Registers 334-790-5077
(850) 352-3365
Farm Pro '04 2420 Bush-
hog, box blade. $3000.
SGandy 4 row insecticide
Black Adidas Baseball applicator w/double
Cleats (Metal)$35 call boxes for two chemi-
(850)272-5558 or cas mounted on tool
(850)592-7284. bar. Good condition.
John Deere 6210
EMPLOYMENT Tractor, cab & air. 1800
hrs. w/John Deere 640
loader. Really nice.
Massey Ferguson 124
L i Square Hay Baler,
$2200, Call (334) 790-

227MQf V.'cor. Tedd-r. 12ft mow
". er. & rake w. cadd New
Local drivers: Full or art Holland roue nd baler.Ro-
time. Clean CDL only srite 25 -ft gooseneck
(850) 263-0313 trailer 850-866-2774

4x5 rolls of hay,
FREE ADULT CATS: Sev- $30/perroll.
eral to choose from. 850-758-1008
Place your ad
Kittens, 6 weeks, old, online
potty trained, FREE to www
good home. 850-482-
5880/850-303-9727 Coastal Burmuda Hay,
$4/bale Custom Baling.
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Free to hood home Male 7;
Doberman Pincher. Gen- .'-'-'
tIe & good w/children. Fresh Peas & Butter:-
850-557-7141 beans.Shelled or
unshelled. Blountstown
LOST: gray male Chihua- Produce. (850) 674-8709
hua South of Marianna Bobby Hewett Grand
on HWY 71. REWARD. Ridge (50) 5924156
272-2669 Ridge (850) 592-4156

Tomatoes & Peppers.
Bring your own bucket! 7
days/wk. 592-5579.
Shiver's shelled peas &
butter beans.White,
zipper, pink eyes.
,peas. Green & colored
butter beans. Farm
fresh,home grown. $5,
10, $20 bags available
RMS.Corn field/sweet
$4 pt, $8 qt, Squash $12
box, canning tomato's
$12 bushell.Hwy 84 E.
U-Pick White Elite Peas-
5.6 miles N of Grand
Ridge on Hwy 69 take
Connor Rd to Paront &
Connor Crossing, house
is on the left 3146 Pa-
ront Rd. $6 per 5 gal.
bucket. Bring your own
bucket. Other varieties
will be-ready in a week.


Graceland Manor Apart-
ments Rental Assis-
tance on 1,2, 83 BR, HC
&. Non-HC Apts. 850-
263-4464, TDD/TTY 711.
5445 Brown St .Grac-
eville, FL
Equal Housing

Your source
to selling and

2 & 3 BR MH Cottondale.
htt p:/www. charlos-, HiU-
3/2 C H/A $450/mo, 1/ 1
C H/A $325/mo. Both in
C'dale. Ref.& credit
checked.No pets. 850-
3 BR/2 BA, CH&A.on 11th
St. Malone. No pets or
smoking. 569-9884 or 557-
3343 ,.,I
Bascom- 6066 Victoria
Rd. 3/1, brick. $650
dep, $650 mo. Avail.
June 13, 334-794-6822
MH lots avail & some
MH when avaiL Blue
Springs MH Park,
Marianna. Water/s-
ewage/garb./ lawn
Incl. 850-482-4060


2 &3BR APARTMENTS & 3/2 DW By Owner 1800
MOBILE HOMES FOR sq ft. 3 city lots, paved
RENT $525-$650/MO road, pato, orches,
2BR 1/.BA Townhouse in 96' DW, 28X60, CH/A, 4BR
town, $595- damage dep. 2BA w/study. Appl., 2
lyr lease no pets 850- porches incl. Al cond.
482-5134 $30K 850-762-9333



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RealEstate 503 oats/ tor/ 506 a509 Motor Home 515 WaterSports/ 600 Automobiles 600 Automobiles 600 Automobiles 612' 624
Trailers Travl trailers Eqipment
3 BR HUD home Caravel '97 21 ft., Mer- 2004 2 YAMAHA Wave Datsun '74 Nissan 260Z 90'Ford F350 truck 460 g
$213/mo! 4% down cruiser 240 hp, 1-0, 98 Coachman Santara, Runners, 4 stroke eng., Neat, will start needs engine, 104k, 5th wheel
30yrs @) 8% AP.R List- great cond., garage 35ft 23,000 miles, dual trailer covers, life restored. $950 714- hitch. All sales basis ba-
ings 800-570-8898 ext. Kept, matching tan- 7KW generator, 2 en- jackets 13,000 for both 4241. sis via Sealed Bd open
F4 8 dem trailer w/ pressure tries, ducted CH/A, for229-759-9974 424112/08. 850-594-
brakes, LED lighting, hydraulic levelers, Dodge '91' Stealth runs 6001
low hours, NEW BABY rear queens, sleeps good 334-702-4790 Or
ONLY REASON BOAT IS 6, leather power cap- 333-0984 $1500.00 DELIVERYTRUCK: Diesel
FOR SALE, $11,900 OBO, tains chairs, base- TRANSPORTATION w/ lift gate. Year: 2000.
C-e ,all334-618-3957 ment model, great r ., i. Mileage apprx. 118,000.
SC shape, all manuals, 196 .ur Wino' Cass C i 'r 2 "Mutpl .-. M 334-794-7644, 334-797- Chevy '98 S-10 ext. cab
.; service records, 31 n. A C. i m,:r.. 0 .u r.ur, L ,ntic2001GrandAM 2497,334-797-1730. 124K.mi.4.3eng.Good
0 -Io$tia000085r-n23865 nMn r".i, C 1 rj
r. $32,000. 850-762- w.. r el.r u .e., ~r e t1 blui n. Id, 4DR, AC, AT, C.D. rhcond.e3 r.coolair
'3865 nni 4.O Ca 2, rrn ter, i I e AM/FM. Real Clean F ler transmission,Good $4,400.334-494-2784555
A 0. .' s i 334-792-7814ro trnsuck or long haul 334-494-3555.
: i "*04 Pace Arro, 37, C, ,l r. 5 0 .1 N. li,. P-i 12 le
S- I 1 t 0iI 60. .... err l tr $9000. 7 850-638-7290/850- Chevy '99 Silverado ext.
w ].-r,..i i 600Ksa tohn e s S 1 uz wui'e, ex. sunroof,27-2229. cab, 2 wheel drive, bed
FOR SALEBYOWNER ,(,."r .. 34.14.4'1 ,i:,r 3 GMC '06 18ft box truck, die- cover. Towing pack.
| s 1 93 34 71k mi. $6900 334-796-
New4303sqft L O O K ;sel, auto transmission 3453.
4BR, 3.5 bath. $450,000. '95 Hunter 23.5 sailer w/ Merur MaruS 27k mis 500, al
Full info@www.inf- trailer, '03 Shp Honda, NL OeKgtS than h ,rl. 334-673-4852 Chevy '04 Silverado-LS,
otube:net#195636 2much2 list, $10k OBO,gr 2.B .le. rr. 1. Volvo '97 dump truck W- Ext cab. Clean, loaded.
nrt nw 5Pn '95 Westport by Fleet- '04 Pace Arrow 37 C, Dullt mtr, unr: Saturn '07 Aura K 9,00 side, swing barn
fI ifl *, : wood, 34' 2 slides, rear Work Horse Chassis. Great cond 2, Mercury99GrandMar mi likeewwhitethr door. $21,900, 334-6- Chevy '02 Slverado L.S.
W I.; or .O StIIell kitchen, hardwood floors, 19K;loaded 3 slides, 99 Brand new 26 e, rms,
r ,.or.r., o.: kitchen, hardwood floors, 19K4,000 loaded 3 slides, 99 Brand new 26 rmsblack 300 FORD '02 TAURUS SES quis LS, white, exc. sunroof, all r 2772or334-6717632 ext. cab, 2500HD 73K
yUrN ,E..', o}r,,.l, l;r. good condition, $14,000 tow car, 93,000, Call come w/ black 3,800 7en coniton c, m w k T ELoe, V e m leather, loaded w/3
i- -- $1687-268004,334-703-0125 33468- 334-671-1607. excellent condition, ond. 25 mpg hwy ask- MUST SEE TO aELsi.e' *m i. s following additions,
dat 5 :.:,ni p.k m (334)618-0717 fully loaded V-6 $5,000 ng $5800 OO, Call $21,.150 oo,334 522-5 621 & camper 5th wh. tow eadt
2006 custom park model '03 Class A Monoco La BMW '04 Sedan Md# 525i OBf334-688-5156 334-793975,7977 Toyota '07 corolla CE chrn hrne
hL pretfinrused 31 Palma. 2 slides. 1v/ Silver, 28,7751( mi., AT/
SLon ,ct l bath. Loaded! Incl. car 6s Gara ged, exc. Ford '05 Mustan GT, Mercury Grand Marquis 26K mIles Retiring any C ers lec. brake controller
45 incatio Re03l wt' 1995, runs good, exce reasonable offer ac Ca old.extow rro 6sp Garaged exr
t, hunting cabin or doly & all furnishings cond. $30,500. 334-803- white 5 sp. interior upc oi e y l s t ia rs elg
JAEgradeNTko,'6Bdisc) cdRlent1conditiones$5s000eceptgrddWeparessailingdiFits5F-ndOti99ae$Black.railt&dcupsrtaselnite
3 E t' lw s uGe c W (dishes, towels, etc.) 9276or334-393-5829 Like $0. C pro runnn s
J6M N Beg. lully loaiE ed 790?ajiajmotherin.law3suiteon1(dishes,9towels,,tc4)682761r3lt, ready to$ factory ararm, 24K ml' Neg. Low miles Call them all' Quality Mo-Like new- $600 CallQrltector,
SOWNER 26 atr., luly leded y 33 0 75K Cadllac '03 DTS Factory exc condo $17,900 obo 334-718 617/671-0492 tots334-4-2126 334-347-2717.- ool box, bed mat,
SBLDEOWNR w/traer, low hurs (251)654-5860 Navigation, DVD night (334)794-7837 671-1735 Mn FOu 24" RIMS 16,50 33301-0
3 NEW HOMES $13,900 OBO 687-8169 mo, 5 Mln Caope *0 C r- MUS s
GREAT LOCATION 334.703.3138 2004 Dutchmen ass 512 vision wth heads up b, auto fully loaded $1800 for al Chevy '07 Silverado LT
Cls ly ., exMi consor, 7 w! immaculate. $18,000. P (.0) 20 3453 Ifo Cr w Cab, exc. condo,
PRICED TO S 35ft. 2 slides. 1/ bath. parking sensors, OO n. '- 334-596-2692. answer leavemesage Bd cov, 2K
PRICED T ER LL00K Sartellite. W/D hookup. ,04 Big Rog.Ridgeback, roof, memory/h3l.96-692.Toyota1'07 SequoiaGreye
UNDER200K t Exc. cond. Like new. H ard-tail, 11,000 mi, seats, oaded, 7r 0 2 WD. 42k m. Loaded Ves, new 6'X30' pro- $19,000, (334)237-1039
S $17,500.334-671-0312, $19,500, 334-648-2425 C miles, excellent F.nd, moon roof, leather, table ramp for sale or Chevy 95' Silverado 1500
850-526-83 ti67 1. 2005 CRF 150 F Hon $14 750 OBO. $ [5 0- DVD entmt system, long term leased $9,500. Speed, 305 V8, cold
S- 2005 CRF 150 F Honda, Pleae Call 334-792- warranty Great cond. 229-869-1008. AC ret shape, R
good condition, very 7102R 334-797-2320 Ford '06 Mus GT, M b $26,900. Call 334-726,- Cab. $3700. 850482-
454 Vacat'on Rentals 2003 Keystonler. Cougar0 Cadillac '04 Fee Foo d loaded, STaur.20,708 inf06wusarn,bVack, Miipserar Tyo 2007 C orlla4 C, !eO)80-4e4se711
ow mileage, $2,000 light blue, black leather GT, Red, 6-spd. 48550, 4818;797-5083. 6066-850394156
Seystne 687-3275 or 850-625- mt premium sound, new tires, very clean
454 Vacation.t. I 2s S s 6tonerug 3965 Cadillac '94 Fleetwood loaded, 5sp., 20,700 mi, mfg warr, Viper alarm Toyota 2007 Corolla CE, 624Pic 04' Tanoe nI.
30rt Hunter Sail Boat, F 28 ft / IB silver, 150k mi., REDUCED 18,890, Call tints, Exc cond. 15000, silver, 25,000 miles. B' 'ur ay -ige
3BR/1.5BA BEACH house turn key Li ve Aboard room sid Great cond., y s s 334-588-34T-,rustsub00 *9i 34 0Dealer $12,900 334-726- se urig wyhee. o
and 87 mi. per gallon Scooter. Auto.5 2/ |eaooe 83k 6wles
room slide. Great cood., 1997, Kasea, street 90 ste rrowhean
482-2539 Pt. Saint Joe, FL., $18 300 334 i702-8267, edy, r 00 Wny T t w/center bucket seats,i
Hwy 00. $550/ink. (050) awayMainy^ up$1aasK leavemamssage. adult driven, garage Retiring, any nessona- T oa r Co win/center bucket seats,
42-253 kept, 530 miles. $865. Cadillac '96 Fleetwood, ble offer accepted, we 109,558 mi, 4-cyl auto, 60isc cd changer in
SCa 4 2002 35' DUTCHMAN Cal Bill at 334-714-0934 Broutgham Edition, 22" are selling them all PB, PS, CD, sun-roof d, pw seats, rear
(2 YAMAHA'S '06 Wave TH Wheel 2BD, rims, exc. cond,, 78K Don't wait! Quality M- plus more. Great A/C. das r cotr

t $14,000c for both 334 in $18, 34-695-1159 lots of extras, $12,000 Camero '91' convertible factory wrnty all the Volkswagen 05' Torgua- C 00 500
,005 1995 Shas.a T avel Trail- 334-671-4281. Z-28 new crate eng, options, lile new, rg, Gray w/saddle inte Chevy 2r 1g d,
687-0875 Trail' till^ rI^ w, 40 miles, top regular cabl lng bed,
1 80, 2 ta. l $6,900,334-632-1100. 34mpg. Asking $12,800. Mitsubishi'06Lancer02 rior, 40k miles, top o 9K $110. Please
2000 23 Aquaspo e 22 ft sle 4Ca n at 334-477- RallyA/CPower the line, sun roof, VI 39, $11,000. Please
w/200 Johnson ocea $5500, Call, (334) 794- Camper Top for F-350 Ford, 3068 Windows & Door locks optionEduel climate air Chevrolet '05 1500 Crew, call 334-726-0729
tn08'806-7578 Ford '07' Fusion SE, 26K FinancingAallbleWAC.. ic w/manual shift op- 27,200 mi., AM/FM CD,
SrPtained, Used once. Pd new paint, Burgundy in We are sellingthe ll air bags, do $14,950 o, Cll 334 Dodge 05' 3500 Quad ab
-. t5r o$13,400, asking $10k 850- & out. Good cond. 96K Quality Motors. 334- shades for back seats, 774- Dually Cummns Turbo
S E 79-52217 $4,200. 00 or trade. 684-2126 and rear air. $ 23,800 Diesel, 69k miles, CD,
00 10' Prowler. V Harley Davidson.'064 Dynae 334-79379 Ford 1000 T bc k 63 Cruise, $200 850-
M I rIrC.0 b19toeer.Ha v n3 4 7 3 7 89Ford 1 t999 Taurus, black,526-22940 days eves.
clean, upgradttes, new Wide Glide, G.lier gray Interior, AC. $2800 /3 BUY ME
F r,,,, s,:i-r060r ur. mutiresbattery, 8etc. A WhitePearl, 6 spd 334406-3];4'D.irin, Volwv 04' V70, 2.5 turbo 050-594-9931
--- ,r,, r ,: f, 0l.v I- odmu s t s e e $ 7 9 9 5 8 5 0 5 0 0 0 m i Li k e n eR e G. S0 E w. g ,, Be1. A* "k , D o g "0 1 ,u
) A3 s .. S000 ml ike 2 8 Ford '20021 Ta1uru5 IE, cII -iZ 1^wagon. 4 m.Ar '4 -7EII" c 3 1Dodge 04, 1500 Quad
S l722 e e45 e e, t.piE ntExhaust, Sad dle Ford '200 Taurus SE, 11n i.
Backrest, Luggageo e r gr eatItu
NId.alieHomte? BRack. 2yrs eft o Lugn ae Pwe n ,clr.are control. 60K. Auto. $11.995.00
Check out 19ft. Sports Deck Boat Rack' 2yrs left n e v aan 200. 00. Or m ,3a7 CDE ca- Please call 334-774-
the Classifieds '05,90 HP Mercuryw/ 9 ho 8 warranty. Bike s IIaw v(334)7261215 Mitsubishi '92 3000 GT ser lavr.r gold ,ran 75690r334-4320533
Triton 2005 1753 Crappie, stainlesssteel pro less. $17,500.334494 Ford 2005 MustangFV-6 VR-4,Red, 05-spd6-cyl. I er.rrran lk Dodge 2001 Ram 1 e

storage, fully equipped. .t3, y Aku3 -2l .Great Sh pe $10.S00., 6Ai. 0 4a s Cero 206
S$12,500 OBO 850-547- .r 33 -59-41 - well, low miles, very Ford '64 Thunderbird, 334-794-7826. Crew Cn Z-1
3348after687-1923M ,,r condition, clen Great c HONDA82K mi, 1 owner, $4000. c: d. i le31ner, cd.
44fr 4 Matet CraftPro0 $ Callt334-714- Will de.oCa 2- MITSUBISHI'95 MIRAGE Chevy '99' Camero Z28 tt toolbox, b~d

5,000.0BO. Call Winnebego '99 Brave 35- Chevrolet '88 Silverado. Ford '85 Crown Victorian (850) 209-3453 cnd. $21.500.00.-Call
S 34-794-9766/790-9422 C, 35', living rm, slide, Harley Da vidson-'06 m. Auto39-4631,500 LTD, 4-dr. V-w auto, 92K 603 A42 81
-e h 15' f Quahita O.Hull 35k mi., Alcoa wheels, Screaming. 7 m .Eag ri TVROD t op $1695 334-.687- r o '0 B er
., ai r. Jonn5 nS 50-) HP 3set.500i re,6o e d. Barrt. l s R522 364 7d.87 . arrant.v.
'' ro .'-jit-o ,ard I n m oor and .$19.500 neo Call 334 bo6a 1973 CADALL Eloolan.:, Auto.6cy .2WD.23k.
M -' 7 1. .. Trad er M-l ain Oner. SCabre:e C ta A 95". 714 5940 F r 95" Muslang Reslore. m t c nd,. Power s C A .
0 go ro al ot 2 BO F e 9d ln-w e Lied n e extras ''s 'ratl $ i- 334i--80.3-0ara8S L ewoE. 9 6 5 ** iker nwc-t u e E. -
SPORTSCRAFT '70, 30-ft,on n Harl .-Davidn 0 rrbl $ 80 io,. grlg DIu. ". ku .Beed Cov r.,Ra
440pel es IGalon has re5 at rllaqe o t,3i4- 43 04. ne, Crl 126-.02 15 : p rlai.;. 0 0 *" ?2Q-'334- hab .Bed CD ,RKm .
440 Chyr. engine, good n6OTra eir. 186 tt, Eplorrr n1 50 P L.6- tr 71' rn. Is.Foot Rail S16k 334-
condition, $5,000 OBO 0115 HP Mircury a 31 ile. i cnr me. Ford 6 Tn r79 509.
334-687-4634 OTrr.. ;ip.,undrr.otor e tra S t $15.O0u 111 e;, n ,ar ,'. g' r rtt e-l- --. -- Doge 06 5.
1d .4601 i PSi sn 334 E 930540 27 r $2.201o o,5766 I'tioub.hirt pI 1i : W. C 5 Dodget 06, c Ram 1500,

4o n d l o a $39,0 00 14 8 0i 0 8 0" E a le a s e g5th o ( G s te me 5 i ed at x t ras c u s te lne d a e5-p'. $ 2 6 0:. C ar 06 0 6 049 1 c u F9 ee ex za b b It c a p i
IOBO c6 '-hr2eel, 291 n 300, aFlr M vslsor, 200a FOrd '98 TaUru. 11,00 Pis ,0 i. ead;n S any reasona-
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13 m34 Tides 774 cande er ts- $i4n,0 0o.3 4 -84-2 4lit sowal ofter daowesn Hower -i Ci i bECuallc nnoada, oex oliwor acners 334
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225C Bot ou o., ietaconyiti cHsit Burgundsyk33r Ga6 9 S4 6%rie p ,1 t2i gc, C7 4- wAee l d ive,

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Ou chd Ma y x rsMs t $ ,0 H ,, adow 7r C ev, 7 HH, e,1, ,:$9'ael m iil 00 r (34)R4 ChevOrigial owner,$6 ,t00on6 to k4-wheel l
Travel TID,' uslt isen New tae; 7 Cadillac" DesIleRedw $10 ext cab, V-8 brush
.500 3341496 Gee ,.r, finder SE Cadillac'68Deville0, 334-726-3136 guard tool box. $5,695.
VsW-,nre, s,- P$a ,6V eh ti .,.,s Tr,,iI r ti85I,3 -
HSeadoo $ ,5 Gto l 3td m ter 009t (i850 o 38tdade o0 Cmateage Hrles, Geat on de.,s Cond6 Caprim0d1, 3-028 mLoaded w/ options Exc. 1334-774-9 43. 334-393-4946. C3n

334d-70mo5r85-5574 BOfla 84190 0 00 class C,28ft.$7334-6587-8624. wheburgn dy int. 1 s. *o2LX40Pearl ,- 334 3. Cl 3o334-794-2260______
130hp, seat, 115hrs Bumper pu l toy hauler, nnully loaded low mie-ge Heley Davidson '98 1120 3 M 1 9e Lon $ 334-447
Dbl. Trailer, Good Cond.. sleeps 6-8, EXc.Cond likeewInclude's n-Sportste13KYml. $12,000
334-791-0636 $3200 $14,800. e 500ase tion system.BO Priced at extras, customized Cney '0' impala. 661 e 00053-... $ 0 3.
O lkcalw3374-598-2675 62,500 ORO 334-616-6508 Manual; Re Gas Slei. $irl. Reirig. any trea Nissan '05 Mx im S.
Tent Trailer AC and heat to seA '$4,300. 334-94-2044 sonable offer accepted, Honda '05 Civic EX Spd- fully loaded, exc. C.,. i,
Ranger '0 9iBass Boat, sleeps 6 $600 334-421- LexingtOe 2006 29ft3 HarleY Davidson '99r Don't lose u. cial Edition, Fiji Pearl 1 owner, $1 ,500.
Blue & silver, e e$6 34-421- L exiego oo Heyv Dvido n 9 Wide Q Mo 3 Blue 5

c on 1 7 i. Mar i er Q it 1525 slides, full bod paint Gide, Custom Chro rme Qit-y M tor 3 Be spd.W 36500 m., Ce ll (334) 714-16712 t r7
cond., 17. ft., Mariner 11K miles, like new. & Paint, sharp, $9000, $13,500, 919 844256. Nissan '05 Max SE, -
mtr., Deluxe trailer, SPrinter 1990 5th wheel $62,900 more Info 334- Cali(334)596-1694 Chevy '07' Cobalt LS, 4 Honda '05 Civic Hybrid con., loade.d w/ .oar.
$9,500,r o 346-2 2g7ft, o Aith slide wOuth c703-2500b cylinder, 27K miles. Re- Gold e 33,000 miles. 51,000 mi., white, ct, nel r 00 271 P,
hPontoon Boat '05. 20' room, f ul l w Honda05 CR8R Moto- tiring, any reasonable Gre s. 4oa.3e veet Z71 P/U
Sonmon c o ae ov50H new hitch. $9500 334- Holiday Rambler '02, die- cross Dirt Bike, exc. offer accepted Don't $ C,500., 334-5 m/ 00 Grn Cr et85-30r,4 3/w91.
Yamaha. Garaged. Like0805-3058 sel pusher, 2 slides, cond, Ready to Race lose out on this!Nissan '3 NX 2000o in er, 98K m., Very Clean,
Pmar 7 r olerged.toriWhseroel&toe 3t ontise N8 3ansmiXo, m 14o-mandr 8 -Taking bids 790-2364 334-793-1005
334714s60. ft. loads of extras, no (334)94-2044 684-2126 58,000 miles. All Hwy $1000,334-446-0138 starting at $14500 Call Ford Cutom-built '85
o334-475-5872 Hea2Mustsee! Nice unit. smoke no pets, 38K O 7 R iles. $10 Must Sell!9
Many extras! $15,500. mi., Must Sell $68,500 HONDA '05 Shadow 750CChevyr'07mils. MIlvet '06 Z71 K u. tong tow truck load-
65hP J o stroli Call334-714-0210. OBO, (850) 638-7920 or (Aero). Like ew. Lss cond. Crimson Red .a 8 110k mil runs great. Crew. Silver. 31K M., cod.
anHoe.$70 0 200 adr$16,900n 0 0 334 RoCldiEles 0 a ta -r p raini s mu.nt 1acitr, 43lBose, 8 PSR. DvD, Exc $8,500, Call 791-8695
motor. Depth finder Outback '06 31 RQS' Load- 850-596-0475 than 1600 miles. $5,a000 -a aat.Ia 34A 34at 1cA w ny, or334874-242
0331327 e 21T334-695-0709a3gettrTr7 er6-9929 a$21.Cae
Itgend ,,r'.12700. Boat edcri awni $Be34- s A 6 95-n78A/'$,0'8 0-.-. $21.5 .334-71 -20 9 -
334-701-1408. 610-4501.SEn a0t.s4" 3331.
OLD TOWN Fiberglass Nash 2004 5th wheel A 34 --4 ClUassifiedHasMltM l Cn.,0 08' Moclbc 2 i02pco a,1i i" U o 5"e. lc'o
Canoe like new $375 24-53, 1 slide, impre.owe mx' -s. HOND '0 VTXrng.100 Cany reao-:, b)r kL ueI tll1Ai4,1--ehf.l
334-687-1923 sive condition ar, r cs HONDA '06 VTX 1300 C2 'lfer ac-:epted. 10ok LEXU -' '2L470 P _ea .r3s14;_.$3;_0 N Cl 349816-
S o fequio ment, W-07 Cruiser 1,700 miles, warr.anly Qualitv Mo $' Prn,6r 0 ...
Nitro 750a '04 boat motor veraoack & chrome, Vance l ark $34-684.2126 -. '- l l Rn':I1'6hn b 3iut '0e,2,:4.r r.o j' .
Saie Mnar 115s tal travel package, lae- land Hines custom kex-ChIACamaWro.'el Mal: I-ET.-or
34r.discuss price. 334-701-735rewa hesl aust, $8,500 00 334- C-evy ; '.-,it'-,,,E
nn334-714-040oorb1. Fr 1 ru4315695-9269,334-695-9265 car.A 46 'en-.i tensr .nF. ) 1i52 vt
334-714-0401.8E .Si) 18. ra50 1 ut,iui a. -Ar ,s,.n i. ,u Pul r.
knpa,5dFour W inds 5000 '00, H onda 2003n VTX 1800 $12. $0u. 3S4 .-6 8. r art.2 AI..tu_",' 4 Tr ns 3. Isv' B.
Nitro '07 w/ 90HP. Been M 25 5h bW eel white, Auto. 8-cyl-. 2 Black, Motorc ycle. Gar- or334-695-440990 raarr ,ratop crng u$1; e')Ite
in water only 3 times. WD 88,300 miles, Great age kept with appro JEEP Wrangler '00, yel- vertible, 2 seater. VeryChe 04' Avalanc ZI. Crew Auto D.
Over $1K worth of od concih 28Feet, AM/FM 2000 miles. Showroon Chevy 2005 Cavalier. Tan, low, 5-spd. 6-cyl. 4 WD. rare car $6,500 334-702- D 7OChaileng an Excellentv 0 ncyna11. Cre,0 A 4WD.Cho
electronics to give with $34200 OBO 850-547- Cassette Stereo, Cable condition. Backrest / PS, PB, am/fm radio 45,000 miles, Power 4100or334-618-9101 Coupe $4400. excellent Fully loaded. 78K. edition. Warranty
the boat. Seeking 280 TV Hookup, TV Antenna lug age rack w / b ag, w/cd player. 53,284K. brakes, Power steer- -cond,77000mi clear $17,000. Call 334-677- 100k m. PD 52K. Like
? c kn o $ 6 5O O .. C a ll 3 3 4 -6 718P o n ti a c 00CG r a ndhP ri x 03Pit9 7e3 4 -n w.G$ 3 4 ,9 0 0 C
payments. 229-220- camper, 32.S ft. 2 light, LPG & CO Leak shield. $8700, 334-445 4214or334-596-0214 runs well, doi miles: 4DB GT. AT AC (every. brak,8cyl,2dr manu-e.l$346-2
1910. slides, mounted space Detectors, Awning, 6933. Fair condition 10,000, 6" option). 104k mi. al. esmeraldaflore- 33a.684.6291.
heater, new 4000 Onan Booth Dinette, 6 Cu. Chevy'32 Original body lift, procomp 35's 334- $5,800. 334-677-7748n 914-274-2497
Marquis '77 ot/oO, rebuilt generatorr w/insidere- Foot Refrigerator with Honda Rancher 2 WD w/- & frame, 350 engine, AT 701-0338. Ford '99 F30. Enclosed
900tor tris ind 300 mote, $25k OBO, 850- Freezer, 6 Gallon electric 'shift. Like new Trans., extras! Must 334-803-3058.''. service truck. $8.000.
tor & fish finder. 93-, 9Electric Ignition Water $3000850-209.4447 see to appreciated Seri- n Call 334-774.8731 or
Le m d Heater,. 32 Gallon us Iro ,''rie. $20.,',0 t97-5i30.
Lake Seminole, shaded Freshwater Tank, Toi- KAWASAKVOSKL'.110 ,:,dJo 334.32-41,22rei, loadedleather.6'0"
- ,~ sewer included, $150 Gallon Wastewater Cond t 334',445-A-354 Cnevy 92"Caurier. D. .-- tirn,. lots of per.'r, -b SC.
month, $100 deposit, 6 Tank, 22 Gallon Grey -ro. i ni -80549 1ew mr9i'm. PWm L. a C ane' upgnod .. $15,500, Call 1334) 897-
month lease. 850-593- Water Tank, Heated KAWASAKI '05 KLXo00 $12100"0-22-29;2 13.000. 334-448-598..7 Chevy Colorado 05', 0582e-
1277, Holding Tanks, 13,500 roped eno leiten t'e co-i.-n-c, auto, Fo.rd-'0C F-230. S6xk miles.
BTU Roof Air Condi- nA--. i 9_oL..3on- 7)1 .I ----. Peta.: '01 Bonnesille, .d/ c aton Ford '05 500. 0mll

000' $47,500 334-685-1070
side by side frig win $5500. 334-470-0237. new5SERIOUS INQUIRES 2,0 106. .1. nerw r-- icemaker. New Victory 1999 1500. 5K ONLY"
W-3a:. %.,Id wet ..I;p a""4a 0Tires, Towingpack- American made bike
able, in Port St Joe, FL FLEETWOOD 05 Prowler TagesS k o6000 Firm 334-61-
great weekend get- AX6, fifth wheel, 36ft, 4 334-696 -446. 8457
away, Detailed pics & slides, fireplace large __
info uon request. $70K shower, 30/50amp. A real Dmon De Break 01, Yamana 02 Zuma Scoot
850-653-8147. LvMsg must see at: $39,900 334- Damon Dae Break 01, 2 AC er 6400 m 125mog.
Fisher 2008 1754, 40HP 4 687-2994 Lgslideout,15228excond.AC Windshield luggage Corvene'06. 3LT26K
stroke mercury, ta- $42,500. 0OB O., Please r3ck.4 cOd 1600 M es G S.9
chometer, humming- call 334-585-2731 0045397-11OageS -790.f'-
bird 565, live well,' bilge DDayrea Yamana '04 YFZ 40. 814) 397-146 C
S Damon '96 Daybreak Many after market Merceoes" 5F0SL 989.
p010ump,0 Motorhome. 31 ft. a rarts.a$3200.334-6- ugundy, tar cathier.
Clean, sips 6. Great 424 1011K miles. born tops.
Chaparral '84 198XL 185 cond. Comes w/ 2-whl beautiful inside & cat,
Evinrude with Trailer cai dolly. 334-792-0619 YVarraha 07 VStar 650CC. needsrnilng S12.900
44000.e334-693-9361 4500mle s. 60mp9. Call 334.&M-2006
$4000.334-693-9360 Chevrolet '92 Sprinter, 20 A5 mpg,500. Ca4334 .270
Fleetwood'00. ft. self contained Motor 0.-47 Mercede '96 320 SL Low
ProwlerCamper Home. Great for camp- Yamaha 07' V.Slar New m'learne Canl .314 774..
g.sideout,38', i h hunting, fishing. adeLo de come wrIn ,i 8711 7 51
2BR,Greatcond., $6700,334-762-2541 tellmet & Only '93'
2B -yrIacomdile 6.50U C1, Corete 93 c. ,r, erriE3e Mer .Ben:8E E320

low,'o-a t d,'t', 1 140,ul0u allonl c-zi
---0 Airstream '93 34 ft. deisel nn.
Call229-308-1168. 4.000K mi. exc. cond.. ll

stored, only 20 hours, Travel Trailer, like new, cond. $10,500 080. 334- 'raras 2,0. Rsu,-' 660 .1 leatrsr. 0n mnN ,' ...': .4 .,:ur. :.1: ,
many extras. Like new. asking $10,900, Call 565-3160/504-0223; .' .'..' ,.urm $1rr.00 ,B, P :. : 62 nri.l: 95,- 2:' a.,
$27,900, 334-475-3883. (334) 677-3827 2''it All ro,-wl7 :m7 c2lI-l 3a 12 1 1 i i 4
28 ft. Allegro, well main-
34 ft. House Boat, Sleeps 2005 Gulf Streari Cavilar tained new tires, fully ,mn 2,,. 'r I..artC-- le oue 198, Mr:,ur, u:'I ble .v l CiranSd.-t- r
6, good cond., asking Pkmdl, 31'L, sleeps 6, loaded, new paint, in- 1100' 31(r) ,T,1.a: ..6 r 0 a-:'Jal mires I t,.-r, n..-. U ,, .tn..n 11
$12,000 000, Call 334- excellent condition. Full door kept. $12,500. Call r ,, a $62v0I0& 0 1r S .11 r. 2 ( ,:'p.'. 1 o's r s. ,,- ..,.r. i.. ,in'.. ,
792-1079 or 334-718- stand up shower. 334-792-8018 or 334- -B, 95621 lr 3, ,9'. hv? .'s ::r .-.d r .r.., ,:.r,5, E .' r :.i ,
9054 $7,500.334-237-1039 792-8827 14 . 1 ail 3 r r) .-; dii-
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624 Pick-up Trucks 624 Pick-up Trucks 627 S rt ty 630 Vans 630 Vans 900 Legals 900 Legals 900 Legals 900 Legals 900 Legals
a ...,' GMC '93 Conversion Van, LF14136 ceot or reject any or all gallons per day from Flori- affected persons. A
BY 1-1 . low mi, clean, minor bids. dan Aquifer System for copy of the staff LoisBocrie-Davis-
BY wk, $2K obo, 702-9270 INVITATION TO BID LF14140 Agricultural Irrigation use reports) must be Personal Property
S ,110110grby existing facility, requested in order to DorisHardin-
SNissan '04 Quest. White The Washington County NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE General withdrawal remain advised of Personal Property
Ford '05 F-250 Lar 58k mi. Loaded, War- District School Board is Notice is hereby given, the locations) in Jackson further proceedings and Mid South Respiratory-
Off road pgk. Wri ranty, DVD Ent. System, accepting Bids for Cus- following vehicle will be County: TOSN, R08W, Sec. any public hearing date. Personal Property
with matching ARE r fi 9 E ..r, LT Ford '3 Windstar, Heated Seats, Auto todian Services for the soldfortowing&storage 13. Substantially affected SarahE. Norris-
topper. 4 WD. r.- u, a Green, 'Minivan. 49k Side Door and Rear Washington County pursuant to F.S. #713.78. persons are entitled to PersonalProperty
Cab, 15,000, miles. Toyota '02Tacoma CD changer. V6. Excel- miles, Loaded, new Door. Great cond. School Program (WCSP) Sale is to be held at Perfec- Interested persons may request an administra- ValerieOgden-
Loaded, power SRS, Ext. Cab. Mustbe lent shape. $3995. 334- tires, very clean, Great PRICED TO SEL L located at thi A.G. Doz- tion's Detail & Wash 2963 object to or comment upon tive hearing regarding Personal Property
brakes, power steer- refnanced- loan balance 794-2935. cond.$9,800,791-9484. $14,995.334-701-9099. ler School Campus in Milton Ave Marianna, FL the applications or submit the proposed agencyThe same ill be held at
ing, CD, A/C, AM/FM, $12,000.6kmi.,exc. Marianna, FL.' Specifica- 32426at8:00A.M.Monday a written request for a action by submitting ahe s Will be held at
stereo, low miles, cond.Call334-475-1785 Erat X ,L CLASSIFIEDS Pontiac .01 Montana, onsma t p ozic pJuly21h,2008 ceopyr eta ff written request ccord- e4t La t St.
leather int. very 4X4, White, Leather at the WCS1m at Dozier report(s) ontaining Ing to the provision o ariann a fayk S t.
clean, warranty, Like Toyota '99 Tacoma 4X4 22,970K mi. Tow Pack- We're WorkingForYou ocean good condition (850-482-9181), 4111 2 he mpa in# anc aon 28-601201 Florida nn Ja
new. $31,500. C3a3 :,i4 .t0 3:. 4u2:, 2 ..W .5.:..n 4n r South Street, Marianna, 2GWF55EXY9346979 reading applica Administrative Code. FL at 4:00 pm CST on Juy
'a a $50 3 ouh aStrte' Mr222008.
850-527-1516. J l r.. In C )34 .'75151 or334 a187101. Co the WriashinS 1F441 tion(s) by writing to the Notices of Proposed
802711 ,:',111r,,,1, l -''1-,11 t Tr .' Division of Resource Agency Action will be &
Ford 79' F100, runs g:...:.. ,t. ,': I Board Office (850-638- NOTICE OF APPLICATION Regulation of the North- mailed only to persons C&Tnterprisesof
$1200 00B call 850-20. 6222) at 652 Third Street, FOR WATER USE PERMIT west Florida Water who have filed suc Marianna,L.LC.
2614. S porUtty ,r-, *Chi.e FIL. Bids will be r Management District, requests.s
Classified vehicles ,, 1:00. m local tim e n

18,000 m34-0-2,500 neg 2000GMCYUKON105K Auto. 8-cyl. Power that time and will be the orthwest Florida OmOCbe .received by 5 Notice is given pursuant to CsIssorED ,
Call 334-370-321 2000 GMC YUKON 105K ......e
miles; loaded SLT leath- brakes, Power steering, awarded at the Auust Water Managemen cock p.m. on July 23 the Self Storage Facility 24 HOUS A DAY
Buick 2007 Rainier, 1 one er, On-Star, sunroof, A/C, rebuilt engine, Pontiac 05 Montana SV6 Board meeting. Mair or District Managemen 2008. Act, Florida Statutes Chap- 7 DAYS a I EEK
owner, leather, BOSE, On- DVDPlayer, warranty, runs well, Fair cond. Dak Blue toed ring bids in a sealeden- ter 83, Part IV, that C & T 52 WEEKS EAR
Star, !8k miles, garret- $9,000334-695-0119 $3,500 or obo. Call 334 cyl. 31,000, Loaded, bring bids in a sealed en-fhp"t Enterprisesoof Marianna,
Star, 18k miles, garret- $9,000334-695-0119 -5601 or ob. Ca Power rakes Powe velope marked "Sealed Application number 06965 No further public notice Enter rises of Marianna, a CLICK AWAY
/gray, $21,000 neg, fac- leavemessage 699-5601. steering, CD, A/C Bid for Custodial Serv- fied06/23/2008. will be provided regard- LLC, Owner of Security Plus
tory warranty. 334-685- GMC 1998 Safari Van, AM/FM, stereo low ces, Bid. #07-09" to the Baxter's Asphalt & Con- ing this (these) applica- Mini- Storage, A self stor- V.. us at
1261 or 334-677-3281 7.. a V ^'r r'AT . i, mil. ti.,s leath- Washington County. Dis- create, Inc.. d.b.a. Sod, Inc., tion(s). Publication of age facility, will sell by a cor.dan coa .

Ford'01 F150 Super Cab

Ford 98' F150, V8, Automat-. d- '
ic, cruise, power wind-
./door/mirror. reg. cab, Hnr i $6.1.
exc. cond. $4500 850:594- Rer. 'i2u rrij.. Red
7655. Cadillac '03 Escalade Bl',.: Levrr,'-r Sei.
ESV, 1 owner, 92 K mi., Chr..,r r anBr, ur,..
8,000 mi. warranty re- La.r'r Tir i r.- Sl'r ,
S manning, asking 4.4. C. ii 4 i-'s
$19.000. (3345 793-9193

L Ti-S h A/C Ntra., -. . -'
a Y1 CHEV '0 As'i.inxr,- I ,- .
I, ded :a.1Jn i ll'0, :4 "
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road mrun ., 5, a
pwm. AM.'M i ->M, M
$3500 firm 334-701-u911
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Ford '07 F-150 4x4 Chevrolet 99S10 Blazer, OhOZE. Au,, i1
Lariat. Tri-Sand White Good A/C Newtrans., w ; .000. L'.-'aled.
w/Black Leather. w/warr., new tires, ne, ,r. Gra-..I c-,ad,
Fully loaded. Perfect clean, runs great!!! $6500, 334-774-5405.
Condition. $31,500 $3900. (334) 596-5032
obo. (334) 488-3364 01 Cherokee, 4x4,
ViewPics@www. Chevrolet '02Tahoe LT Jeep '01 Cherokee, 4x4, White, Auto. 8-cyl. runs great, new paint,
2WD 91,000, Loade $5500 OBO, Call (334)
Great cond. $12,000 701-3974
S 8O.B.O. (334) 726-0193.

l 3-726-48 C t S L Jeep '01 Cherokee, 4x
Cab TritonaV-K 8. s t d riack, cean i n s p3&int
irnocip b) "~r6 l [ .0 0, C. Cali3311 4,
150od 56-300. 114

r $14500b334. 600mi. 34
f14-4210 or 67-pt007 eep 'e r Crn r,-w ,-
aulr',msf '1, AC, O.0.

F3R 0se F?S0thm 4WDa! Chevrolet 19 Thoe e,
ODeol. gr,, r,. 68K 334-92--.
,T1leS, IIS $2 3,0,)0.00BO

Cal 334-726-482 Chevrolet '0b Tahoe L Jeep 01' Grand Cherokee
684-26 44, later. 1 owner, Laredo, cream color,bug

Ford' uritBi 0,ru- Schur sti hethoa2d0 100334 .17t5s $5500
iFord ''e F150 XT,44, 85k mi. L Sunroof,0 3rd shield, side visors, roof
crew cab, 81K Retir, s e'a t, Exe .cond. rack,'clean inside & out,

iexc any reasonable of- 34-360-04 miy., new BFGro
fer accepted:, We are -
selling, them all! Chevrolet 1999 Tahoe 6500.850-547-5292

Quality Motors. 334- Z71, black, new 350 n-eep '00 Grand erokee,
684-2126 gine, factory warranty looks good, runs excel-

F 35 inc tires, with 20 lent, new tires. $5500
Ford'inch rims, leather, load- O 334-701-3974
per Duty, Big Truck ed $6000 OBO. MUST
4x4 ext. ab, V-10, 38" SELL 334-430-3652. Jeep '05 Rubicon,
needs, 8"lift, 105k m,oto SEATS, PD 51K, SELL $18,500, V229-376-, auto, AC
exc. cond, $14,900. 334-" 46K mi., new BFGoo-
Ford 1990' Pick Up A.. (334)699-8668,803-5910
$1000.00. 334-432-1183 90 FIRM Jeep '91 Wrangler, 4 cyl.

od ed d Chvrole0 abl good shae 0new top
S $150 obo. 334-6- L lRhino, bed4line sprayed

Ford '07 150 Super Crew ,inside, 3 2415372$4822500,. CalRod (334)ovHeSE46
Larriat 4X4 white sand Blazer1, Whte
bed cover. $29,500, Cabin 71,4WD, 13,000 MI.!,'2 pd AC, PS soundbar
334-98-5725. Retir- DVD'S, NA$6500, BACK UP specialwheels & tires

3 9334-684-2126 1d J., dr., 'to9
needs restoring motor SEATSPDSE 5 LL $17,500229-376-2670_
is good, $700. 792-6263 FOR .$36,900 FIRM, Call Jeep '99 Wrangler Sport, 4

Ford '091 XLT, Runs. Bodyl., 17K new tireter Si, 4 WD, new clot
good Needs head gas- Chevrolet '02 Trailblazer top, 31xn10.50RLT, air,
et. $1100 obo. 334-693- LT, loaded, 4WD, 90K AM/FM/CD. $5,500. Call

3141 N calls after 9PM miles, blue, gr et condo 33- 4-0303
r'$9,900, (334) 372-48
Ford '04 XLT Super Cab, or(334) 372-2415 Land-Rover. '99 Rangeu
owing pkg bed liner, Rover HSE 4.6, fully
.ool box 53K mniii.. o loadFd, 9N mN $9Nq'o

S$15,00, Call (3-4, 794 Call C a' n -134179;In
0751 _LuI'________'i04 L>310 mi i SLIV
Ford '07 XL2500 Duramax. s at 6, arfo 33r
M aroon and gre ,,r ty 1 i 2 .9s 3341170'1(10-
condition. $28,000 Cali --. "
334-693-9220. Chevy Blazer '01, White
GMC 07 Duramax AT 6-cyl 4WD, 130k, PBLT
GMC '00 Sierra97 00, Ca SEin PS CD A/C, AM/FM, L d
Chassy, Flat Bed. Retir- sunroof, $6500, 334- .
iGM, any reasonable of- 793-0677.
fer accepted, 'Don't
wa28k mi, Qucabty Motors. Chevy 200 Blazer 4x4 LX,
334-684-2126 99k mi. 4dr. auto, fully
loaded, all pwr, white,
GMC '06 Canyon, 5 cyl, d7K new tires, very clean. Nissan '07 Armada,
mi., loaded, like new, $5,900 IOBO 334-598-
crew cab, Asking $15,975 90688or 477-3325 Black/' Tan, oil chang-
OBO, Cll 334-797-4576 es & warranty$26,50 334-7971575
s, fuChevy '05' Equinox LS, Call Jeff 334-701-8303
navigation V6 Retiring, any rea-r, or Lacy 334-701-6020.

GMC '07 Sf0')c ..,'ei. li, gray exc. 3rd Row, on-star/
ft W'e'rnHl Heruler Bea 1ilan Pall r i u1)04
cond.,$31K, G.718-64 2WD, 4 Krr0 2D $1

d ,5 nosGpdmanual, 4c with X MR adio e07
[(- -lni he, e. 20K m C:el C N v1eed 2 th
r-C. trades. 147,1 Ci..C311 ng 3.14. 1o 5
4'21i5- 158 Chevy '1i T1 rTa ILT I.LT .
S '07 2500 Du 14000 actmi sun ro mi, orig. r oof, very clean, war-33k
Crew-Cab, Black, Pick-upramax. Au $16,6003satheatedseats34-33TV3-1685 le21500. (lis33s for
Loaded $30,00. C ALL power new r 8102 33eave message
Loaded 0. Call 3 fact. wrrnty. $12 500
334-714-0210. OBO. 678-350-8442. Seuoa 04 76500
GMCssan '07 Duramax Diesel Chevynd l06 Tahoe LT r leathersunroof

Chey kg cab Leather Motor-. )H w 216 third w.20
25,000K mi. $38,500 Loaded 40K mi Wht th row$21000
334-677-9008 or 334- w/ Tn. New tires. 2nd OBO.334-828- 1303

N6-2767. ow5 Titane wh E8 t d,l d
726-2767. owner', .Ec. Cond., Suzuki '02 Grand Vitara
GMC '00 Sierra SLE $24,000,334-899-5903 XL limited edition. Pow-
Extended Cab, Gray, All Che '$8,900 Tahoe,222549774 mLT 4. Electr indowsc. Leather
oweras Exce lent black W/tan ather2. erlocksisunroof C i ,
condi tion 138k m. 14K wnch & brush or, child pr
$8000. 334-791-3081. 145KD $,950 08b 793 l

gu334 -E i eard, nc Reark 5 62 0 3
GMC '06 Sierra Z71, loaded 913or 205-907-0861 .5620 .
28k mi., ext cab, still un- r Toyota 2003 Highlander 4
der wrnty. $21,500. Call cylinder, 79k miles,
334-347-7353 or 464-2659 i*-*-" '-.-" $12,500, lists for 16k
5 dCD3t anger 334-797-1575
Infinity '04 FX 45, 38,000&-

camera, grayish exc. 3rd Row on star/
cond., 31K, 718-664 $20,975 obo, Call reo, runs well, leather

S Ta milesvery76 lean, t very clean, $6,200,
Nissan 04' Frontier XE $185004 ExpCalorer 33-899- Toyota RAV4 Sport
truck silver, bedliner 7099, with XRadio '07,
cd, 5 spd manual, 4-cyl, S-ilver, Vad ed.'07
pwrm pkg,0 lots0of5extr Chevy '03 Trailblazer LT, Auto. 4-cyl. 2 WD.
4921 vImsg seats 8, exc. condition. 18K,Iow miles, sun-
14boards, KN air clean- 000 actualmi. New ti orig. roof, very clean, war-
Nissan '04 Titan Crew p rice, $36 000, asking ranty, Like new.
Cab, Black Pick-up. Au $16600334 333 1 $21,500. (lists for
to., 8-cyl, 4 W. 47000 22,400), Call 334-SB5-
Loaded, Like ew' Ask-Chevy 06 Upln der LT, 2604or334-435-2116.
Ing payoff, Call 334-333_ V6, DVD. Retiring, any
0797D reasonable offer ac-
Nissan '07 Titan '5.6 LE ana lose 'ur, ua0l5 y
w/ king cab Leather MclorW 314 66.2126
Loaded,1 owner
13,500K mi. $24,000 B'iT
334-794-8295. before SELL IT
lOam or IV. mess. 314- FiN-, iT
648-0780. FFrO '03 Ead... BauJ.r E,
Nissan' '05 Titan, white plir.r, V .6,1va rner, 'ru,
Crewcab SE 4X4 off roof, blue & tan. 89k mi, Toyota '04 4-Runner. SR5
road package all pwr towing pkg. Reduced Silver, exc. cond.67K
loaded, chrome '2 many $8,900,.229-254-9774 mi. Electric. Leather,
eYtras to list $22.000 Sooiler. warranOv
OBO 850.532.4208 _$18,500_OBO.__ 91.9l9l
Toy-.,ta '85 Prhup irucn,,AA L-

334-464-1909 667-5684 000 334-667-3171 --

Air, Very clean, Exc- er int. ery clean, Like trict School Board, 652 Post Office Box 938, Mari- this notice constitutes' auction to the highest bid-
cond.. 118K mi. $3,500. new. $13,000, 850-594- Third Street Chipley, FL. anna, FL32447. constructive notice of der the contents of the
334-677-7748/803-3058 7758'or850-209-0787. The School Board re- Requesting a maximum this permit application spaces noted to the follow-
serves the right to ac- withdrawal of 1,368,000 to all substantially inglessee:

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Jackson Square
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4914 Malloy Ave
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4329 Lafayette St.

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2185 Post Oak Lane

The Oaks
4727 Hwy 90

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Dar-Bee's Quick Stop
Dollar Tree
Food-Liner IGA
Habana Express South
Habana Express North
Jala Food Mart
Mobile Food Mart
Priceline Mart
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6909 Hwy. 90, Grand Ridge
6189 Hvwy. 90, Cypress
4879 Marianna Plaza, Marianna
3067 Main St., Cottondale
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