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Jackson County Floridan

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Title:
Jackson County Floridan
Sunday paper issued from <1979-1985> as:
Sunday Floridan
Portion of title:
Floridan
Creator:
Jackson County Floridan
Place of Publication:
Marianna, Fla
Publisher:
Chipola Pub. Co.
Publication Date:
Copyright Date:
2009
Frequency:
Daily (except Saturday and Monday)[<1979-1995>]
Weekly[ FORMER 1934-<1955>]
daily
normalized irregular
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English

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Newspapers -- Marianna (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jackson County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States of America -- Florida -- Jackson -- Marianna

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Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
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"Independent."

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FLORIDAN STAFF REPORT
A Marianna boy suffered minor
injuries after riding his bike into
the path of a vehicle Thursday,
according to authorities.
At about 6 p.m., the 12-year-old
boy was traveling east on Pearl
Street down a steep hill and could
not stop due to his speed and
defective brakes, said a report
from the Marianna Police.
-Department.
Randall Hatcher of Marianna
was traveling south on McPherson
Street and attempted to stop to
avoid the boy on the bicycle, but
the bicycle pulled into the path of
Hatcher's Ford, according to
MPD:
The report said the right front of
Hatcher's vehicle struck the left
side of the bicycle, causing the
boy to be ejected onto the pave-
ment.
The boy was transported to
Jackson Hospital, where he was
treated for minor injuries and was
then released.


Still a


Chipola looks

at 2008-2009

fiscal year
BY KATE McCARDELL KERN
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
Its 2007-2008 fiscal year ended about a week
ago, and now Chipola College officials are looking
at the year ahead.
The Chipola College Board of Trustees recently
approved the state college's 2008-2009 operating
budget,. which includes a possible dip in the
school's "rainy-day funds."'
Those three words aren't necessarily a cause for
alarm, according to Chipola Vice President of
Finance Steve Young.
Young said Chipola College's finances are in no
dire situation for a number of reasons, including
projected and existing state appropriations, as well
as a few adaptations.
Rain-day funds don't mean
stormy weather
The "rainy-day" account YQung referred to at
the Chipola College Board of Trustees' recent pre-
view of the 2008-2009 fiscal year are actually bet-
ter-known as the school's reserves or fund balance


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to


grow


Students discuss the story "The Things They Carried," by Tim O'Brien during an English 1102 class
at Chipola College. - Mark Skinner / Floridan


- the amount of state appropriations carried over
from past fiscal years.
According to data provided by Chipola College,
the school began the 2007-2008 fiscal year with a


fund balance of approximately $1,874*716.
Now, the school starts the 2008-2009 fiscal year
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There were over 250 participants in

22nd annual Freedom Springs Triathlon
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BY KATE McCARDELL KERN
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
The action at Blue Spring
Recreational Facility Friday
was enough tq inspire even
the laziest spectator to go for
a jog.
Over 250 adults and about
75 kids "participated ,in the
22nd annual Freedom Springs
Triathlon that took place
bright and early on
Independence Day.
Adults endured a �A mile
swim, 10 miles of bicycling,
and ran a distance of a little
over three miles.
Kids swam 100 yards,
biked over three miles and
ran a mile.
Most of the participants
were from out of Jackson
County, but locals included
Joseph Alday, Jessica Puig
and Jeremy Chance.
"This is the fourth time I've
done this one," said Alday,
who tore his Achilles tendon
after his last triathlon and
didn't think he'd do another.
"I'm mostly a runner, so


the .swim was brutal. The
hydrilla was in the way. But it
went well. It's a good way to
stay in shape," said Alday.
For Puig, the triathlon was
a new experience.
"I've always wanted to do
this but never had the chance
or time. I saw this was hap-
pening right here in town so I
thought it'd be a lot of fun,"
said Puig.
Puig said she's made a few
mental notes for next year,
including the placement of
her ponytail, which made


wearing a helmet slightly dif-
ficult. She also hopes to shave
10 minutes off her time'in her
next triathlon.
"The training for this actu-
ally seemed a lot harder than
the actual triathlon. I guess I
just had, that adrenaline
going, I was pumped," said
Puig.
The adult event consisted
of 12 age divisions, ranging
from 13 years old to 65 years
and older. Participants could
compete individually or in
relay, which could be all


male, all female, or mixed.
Several specialty categories
were also included: First.
timer; physically challenged;
masters,which is age 40 to
49; grand masters, which is
age 50 to 59; great grand
masters, which is age 60 and
up; fat tire, .which indicates
the use of a mountain bike
rather than a racing bike;
clydesdale, which is for men
weighing at at 200 pounds, or
more; and petite plus, which
is for women weighing in at
140 pounds or more. *
Awards were distributed to
the top three men and women
overall; top three in each age
division; and the first place in
each specialty category and
relay category.
Kids awards were given to
the top three boys and girls
overall; and the top three in
each of thee following age
divisions: 8 and under, 9 to
10, and 11 to 12.
The overall, roster for this
year's event can be found on
page 2C of today's edition of
the Jackson County Floridan.


Swimmers head to shore as they finish the aquatic portion of
the Freedom Springs Triathlon. - Mark Skinner / Floridan
See page 2C for the full results of
the Freedom Springs Tiathlon.
Those interested in partici- www.trifind.net and click on
pating next year may visit "Florida."


Santa Claus comes to town early
BY DEBORAH BUCKHA LTER
F FLORIDAN STAFF WRITFr.


"Santa Claus" came to town early
this year, spending his off-season 4th'
of July holiday at Arrowhead
Campsites in Mariana.
Tallahassee resident Burton
Snyder is known across the region
for portraying 01' St. Nick aboard his
decorated golf cart in parades and
charity events. He had it stoned in
his RV Thursday when he pulled the
big rig into the local park. The can is
currently unadored and the reindeer
that "pull" it stayed back home in
Leon County, but it's good for get-
ting the Snyders around the park for
the weekend. ,
By the time the holiday is in full
swing, he and wife Martha \ ill be
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Burton "Santa Claus" Snyder and friend Deborah Deese talk outside
Snyder's travel trailer Thursday. - Mark Skinner / Floridan


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QUOTES FROM THE CROWD:
* Little girl to womar: "That's my sweaty daddy over
there," with pride.
* Triathlete to \\ife: "I'd probably drink toilet water
right rnow I'm so thirsty."
* Tinathlete to group: "Look what I found in my swim
suitn referring to long piece of hydnila.
* Tnathlete to spectator: "I'll feel great once I catch my
breath."
* Triathlon volunteer to other volunteer: "Just watching
them makes me so proud."


Fireworks Extravaganza


Fireworks were filling the sky above River Landing Park in
Chattahoochee during its July 4th Fireworks Extravaganza Friday.
- Mark Skinner / Floridan


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Weather Outlook


WAKE-UP CALL


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Tuesday

High - 920

Low - 74�.


Get read for another
hot da\! Scattered.
afternoon storms are
possible.


Wednesday It will be'a cloudy
day with scattered
S High - 92� storms.
Low - 730



Thursday There's a slight
S chance of scattered.
" High - 91c afternoon storms

Low - 740


ULTRA VIOLET INDEX
0-2 Low, 3-5 Moderate, 6-7 High, 8-10 Very High, 11+ Extreme

0 1 2 3


THE SUN AND MOON
Sunrise: 5:47 AM
Sunset: 7:48 PM
Moonrise: 9:35 AM
Moonset: 10:36 PM


July July July July
3 10 18 26


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POLICE ROUNDUP


MARIANNA POLICE gram:
The Marianna Police ' -
Department listed the following Lake,
incidents for July 4, the latest Madi
available report: One
suspicious incident, one :, - . -i
information, five distur- ---- . -
bance, one burglarN 'R'IME
alarm, one vandalism / ' .I
criminal mischief, three "
fight in progress, one
dog complaint, one public serv- meth
ice, one warrant served, 16 traf- of hy
fic stop, 11 fireworks.
10th
JACKSON COUNTY justice
SHERIFF'S OFFICE -I
The Jackson County Sheriff's Osca
Office listed the following inci- vated
dents for July 4, the latest avail- lence
able report: Two abandoned - J
vehicle, two alarm, one animal Oak
complaint, one civil dispute, from.
two criminal registration, one -"
disabled vehicle, two distur- Ivy
bance, one drunk pedestrian, intox
one forgery / fraud, one high- - i
way / road obstruction, .one lar- 2147
ceny, one shooting in area, one aggri
suspicious incident / person / ly we
vehicle, one traffic accident, 29 -
traffic stop and one 911 hang-. Oak
up. batte:

� JACKSON COUNTY Box
CORRECTIONAL FACILITY peace
The following persons were lence
booked into the county jail dur- -I
ing the latest reposing periods: KelsI
- Justin Eisndf, 19, 3086 (dom
Pilgrim Rest Church Rd.,
Marianna, driving while license JA
suspended or revoked (with
knowledge), DUI. To
- Lester Forrest, 21, 1114 Crim
Wynn Dr., Chipley, possession To
of marijuana less than 20. call ]


S.
Chris Hines, 49, 87
wood Garden Ln.,
son, Wis., fugitive from
justice (Wisconsin).
- Christy Hendrix,
30, 7155 Shady Grove
Rd., Grand Ridge, child
abuse (two counts), pos-
session of drug para-
phernalia, possession of
amphetamine, possession
drocodone.
Glenn Rivera, 38, 5563
St., Malone, fugitive from
;e (Illinois).
Coy, Daniels, 53, 5441
r Rd., Greenwood, aggra-
1 battery. (domestic vio-
).
ermaine Bellamy, 21, 4227
St., Marianna, fugitive
justice (Houston County).
Ventice Mathis, 24, 1609
Ln., Sneads, disorderly
ication.
Gary Edward Powell, 48,
Legion Rd., Sneads,
avated battery with a dead-
eapon.
Travis Holden, 33, 4291
St., Marianna, aggravated
ry on a pregnant person,
Judith Wester, 47, Rt.. 1
1609, Sneads, breach of
e, resisting without vio-

Troy Holmes, 39, 4387 A
on Ave., Marianna, battery
pestic violence).

IL POPULATION: -205

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


COMMUNITY CALENDAR


July 6 - Sunday
* The Annual Miles Reunion starts at 10
a.m., in the Graceville Civic Center. Please
bring a covered dish. Call 579-1070.

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 482-
9631.
* 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 meeting
begins at 7 p.m., in the city hall. Call 263-
6636.
* The Northeast Jackson County
Optimist Club welcomes David Amette, an
officer with the Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission, who will dis-
cuss boating safety and some FWC pro-
grams, 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 pro-
grafns - jobs for seniors over 55 and pre-
scription assistance for seniors - 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 continues the
following Tuesdays in July, in the
Education Classroom, ground floor,
Jackson Hospital,. 4250 Hospital Dr.,
Marianna. Bring a favorite pillow for relax-
ation. 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 and Grill in
Marianna. Call 718-5411. Today's guest
speaker: Christian Coalition of Florida
Executive Director Dennis Baxley, a for-
mer member of the Florida House of
Representatives from the Ocala area.
Seating is limited.


* 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 adoption
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
entrance.
* 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 training
aims to help citizens with hurricane prepa-
ration and readiness, and promote a part-
nering 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@emer-
gencymanager.org.

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 Jackson County Citizen Corps'
Damage Assessment Training - a course
that provides a basic format for conducting
preliminary damage assessments - is, from
8 a.m. to 12 p.m., at Jackson County
Emergency Operations Center, 4447
Marion St., Marianna. Call Renee Scurlock
718-0008.


July 11 - Friday
* The first annual All Pollocks Family
Reunion is July 11-13, in Marianna. For
forms, fees, locations, etc., call 557-
8229, 592-4222 or 569-2152.
* On Saturday, July 26, the National
MS Society will present "The Future of
MS Research," from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.,
at Jackson Hospital. The deadline to reg-
ister is July 11. Register by calling the
MS Society at 1-800-344-4867 or James
Poston at 526-5873.
* 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.
* Better Breathers - helping meet the
challenges of chronic lung disease -
meets from 2 to 3 p.m., Hudnall Medical
Building Community Room; 4230
Hospital Dr., Marianna. Guest speaker is
Misty Wilson, CRT, presenting
"Hurricane Preparedness for the COPD
Patient!' No cost to attend; light refresh-
ments served. Call 718-2849.

July 12 - Saturday
* An estate auction to benefit the
Chipola Historical Trust will be at 2929
Madison Street in Marianna. Preview
begins at 8 a.m., with auction to start at 9
a.m. Items for auction include furniture,
rugs, lamps and knick-knacks. Ten per-
cent buyer's premium added to sale
price. To donate items of value, call 482-
5276.
* Marianna Area Youth Football Coach
Rob Armstrong and staff will host a foot-
ball clinic from 9, a.m. to 12 p.m., for reg-
istered participants with MAYFA. Those
not registered can sign.up from 8 to 9
a.m. This clinic is free with registration.
Call 209-5778.
* Jackson Citizen Corps CERT
. Council and Jackson County Emergency
Management Agency's free Basic CERT
training will be offered July 12 and July
19, from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. each day,
at the Jackson County Emergency
Operations Center. Pre-registration by 5
p.m., July 9, is required. Call 526-9678;
e-mail OfficeManagement@emergen-
cyinanager.org.


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


READER'S GUIDE To THE JACKSON COUNTY- FLORIDAN


How To CONTACT Us:
Telephone: (850) 526-3614 Fax: (850) 482-4478
E-mail: editorial@jcfloridan.com
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 520
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Street Address: 4403 Constitution Lane
Marianna, FL 32447
Office Hours: Weekdays, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
CIRCULATION
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per no later than 6 a.m. If you do not receive your newspa-
per, call the Floridan circulation department between 7 a.m.
and 5 p.m. weekdays, and 7 a.m. and 11a.m. Sunday.
Subscription Rates: Home delivery: one month $9.95; three
months, $29.85; six months $59.70; one year, $119.40. All
prices include applicable, state and local taxes. Mail sub-
scriptions are payable in advance. By mail, three months,
$38.70, six months, $77.40, one year, $154.80.


ADVERTISING
The advertiser agrees that the publisher shall not be liable for
damages arising out of errors and advertisements beyond the
amount paid for the space actually occupied by that portion of
the 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.
LETTERS POLICY
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.


HOW TO GET YOUR NEWS PUBLISHED
The Jackson County Floridan will publish news of general inter-
est free of charge. Submit your news or Community Calendar
events via e-mail, editorial@jcfloridan.com; fax, (850) 482-
4478; mail, Editorial Department, P.O. Box 520, Marianna, 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.
PUBLICATION DAYS
The Jackson County Floridan (USPS 271-840) is published
Tuesday through Friday and Sunday mornings. periodical
postage paid at Marianna, Fla.
POSTMASTER
Send address changes to Jackson County Floridan, P.O. Box
520 Marianna, FL 32447


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,IT"Omorrow It will be a hot day.
T om orr Watch for scattered,
High - 91o afternoon storms.

Low - 730


Panama City Low - 10:50 PM High - 12:45 PM
Apalachicola Low - 1:00 PM High - 8:25 AM
Port St. Joe Low - 11:10 PM High - 1:20 PM
Destin Low - 1:20 AM High - 1:15 PM
Pensacola Low - 12:00 AM High - 1:45 PM

RIVER READINGS Reading Flood Stage
Woodruff .39.4 ft. 66.0 ft.
Blountstown. 0.8 ft. 15.0ft.
� Marianna 5.94 ft. 19.0 ft.
' Caryville, . 2.0 ft. 12.0 ft.


Getting it Right!

The Jackson County Floridan strives to make sure content
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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www.JCFLORIDAN.com STATE


New law requires ATV training for kid drivers


BY ANTHONY ANAMELECHI
THE NEWS-PRESS

FORT MYERS - Bill Hagn
camped out with his son in
Okeechobee one recent night so 10-
year-old Billy would be on time for
class the next morning.
Billy attended an all-terrain vehi-
cle safety course at L-Cross Extreme
Events in order to ride his ATV and
dirt bike legally in Florida.
Under a new law, ATV and dirt
bike riders ages 6 through 16 must
have certification proving they com-
pleted an off-highway vehicle safety
course to ride on public land.
Too many deaths and injuries
"have given a black eye to ATV and
off-highway vehicles," said John
Waldron, Forest Recreation
Administration coordinator for the
Division of Forestry.
In 2006, the U.S. Consumer
Product Safety Commission reported


555 died while ATV riding. Children
younger than 16 made up 111 of
those deaths.
The Florida Department of
Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles
reported in 2006 that 771 crashes
were related to ATVs. More than 680
involved injuries, while 23 were
fatal.
Waldron said the original Florida
law created in 2002 was to find areas
for off-highway vehicle riders.
But the number of minors' fatali-
ties prompted the safety revision,
which passed last year and gives
young riders a year to complete the.
training course.
Waldron said children between the
ages of 6 and 16 must have their cer-
tificates when riding on public land.
Those without their certificates will
be charged for a noncriminal infrac-
tion and may be fined up to $100, or
have their privilege revoked.
The law does not pertain to private


property. According to the Lee
County Sheriff's Office, ATV driving
is prohibited in the county except on
private property.
Hagn has mixed feelings about the
new law.
He said there are children who
need the training because of their
unsafe driving habits, but the provi-
sion is unfair for parents, like him,
who make sure their children ride
safely.
"It's an extra burden," he said.
Paul Carrington is one of 123
instructors from the ATV Safety
Institute conducting classes in
Florida. The ATV Safety institute is a
division of the Specialty Vehicle
Institute of America, which is based
in Irvine, Calif., and focuses on safe-
ty, education and awareness.
"I make sure everyone knows their
four-wheelers," Carrington said.
Carrington, has been training stu-
dents since 2003. He said the courses


usually last about four hours.
The ATV institute trains riders on
three primary components. First,
they're taught about pre-riding
inspection as well as starting, stop-
ping and swerving in emergencies.
Second, they learn about protec-
tion: helmets, eye gear, long shirts
and pants, gloves and over-the-ankle
boots.
Third, they're taught about envi-
ronmental responsibility: how to
cross streams and share nature trails.
"I have never had a kid have a
problem," Carrington said. "I've had
adults, but I've never had a kid. They
listen better."
Missy Licourt drove her two
daughters Nichole, 10, and Erika, 13,
from Naples for the safety training
course in Okeechobee on'Saturday.
She said her daughters have been
riding ATVs since they were 4. She
likes the law because it promotes
safety.


"I don't think the four-wheelers are
unsafe, but the riders are," she said.
The four children in the class par-
ticipated in an Observer Course
where they watched adult riders per-
form safety and riding maneuvers.
Carrington's riders showed them
proper posture, leaning and the
placement of hands and feet in differ-
ent riding scenarios.
"I thought it was helpful," Billy
said.
He said he learned about applying
all three brakes when riding and also
the importance of wearing his safety
gear.
The children didn't have the prop-
er ATV for their age, so they had to
observe the course, Carrington said.
"I know they would have a lot
more fun if they were riding, but
they're still learning," Carrington
said.


Man discovers fossils of manatee-like creature


THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

RUSKIN - After several decades spent dig-
ging in a phosphate pit, Frank Garcia finally
emerged with a treasure that will go down in
history.
The paleontologist. learned Friday that his
discovery of a small manatee-like creature is an
official species. It.took decades and about 70
fossil pieces for Garcia to put together the long-
extinct Nanosiren garciae. The fossils will now
be displayed at Smithsonian Institution and the
Florida Museum of Natural -History in


Gainesville.
Garcia found some of the animal's bones in
deep pits dug by a phosphate mining company
in the 1960s. He continued searching the area,
gathering bone fragments from pits in Polk and
Hardee counties, sending them to the
Smithsonian Institution.
Daryl Domning, a professor of anatomy at
Howard University, helped piece together -the
6-foot animal, which he said probably lived
about 5-million years ago in the Caribbean.
It most likely became extinct when north and
south America were connected, he said. The


Isthmus of Panama cut off the Caribbean from
the Indian Ocean and southwest Pacific Ocean,
the only place dugongs are found today.
"We knew it wasn't like anything else, but
there wasn't anything more we could say about
it until we got more complete material, like a
skull," he said. "It took a long time for that to
be found."
, The fossils were small, yet its bone structure
and teeth showed it was full-grown. And at
only 6 feet' long, it didn't compare to the other
sea cows, which were double its size, Domning
said.


But don't confuse this Caribbean sea cow
with the beloved Florida manatee. The
Nanosiren garciae had a dolphin-like tail rather
than a paddle, and tusks about an inch long,
Domning said.
Gradually, Domning, Garcia and other ama-
teur paleontologists pulled together enough
evidence.to convince the scientific community.
"I spent so many hours, dug so many holes
and walked so many miles of phosphate
mines," said Garcia of Ruskin. "This means a
lot to me."


Companies begin quest for oil, gas off Florida


BY MELISSA NELSON . i, ir w.
ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITER .^-",-... . . . ... f.:


In this file photo, the Discoverer Deep Seas drillship sits
coast of Louisiana as Chevron drills for oil in the Gulf
Photo/Alex Brandon


issues. People are more open to (off-
shore drilling) now," said Tom
Moskitis, spokesman for the
American Gas Association, a trade
group.
At the same time, oil companies,
driven by the record energy price, are '
more willing to risk $100 million or
more to begin exploring new regions.
The Interior Department estimates
there could be 18 billion barrels of oil
and 77 trillion cubic feet of natural
gas beneath the 574 million acres of
federal coastal waters that are now
off-limits.
Drilling activity off the Florida
Panhandle has started and sputtered
for decades. Some companies had
leases to drill off the Panhandle
before the .1981 moratorium. They
were grandfathered in when the
moratorium passed because they
were already actively exploring in
their lease areas. They continued
their activity off and on into the early


PENSACOLA - Oil companies
once viewed drilling in the deep
waters off Florida as cost prohibitive.
Politicians feared even the slightest
sign of support would be career sui-
cide.
No more. Record crude oil prices,
are fueling support for oil and natural
gas exploration off the nation's
shores. In Florida, movement was
underway even before President
Bush called on Congress last month
to lift a federal moratorium that's
barred new offshore drilling since
1981.
The early activity here stems from
a 2006 Congressional compromise
that allows drilling on 8.3 million
acres more than 125 miles off the
Panhandle - an area that had been
covered by the moratorium, which
was enacted out of environmental
concerns. In exchange, the state got a
no-drilling buffer along the rest of its
beaches.
Florida may turn out to be a prel-
ude for other coastal states. If oil or
natural gas deposits are found in the
newly opened region, experts say it
could further the push to explore
other once-protected areas every-
where. It also could be a rallying
point for critics, who say the new
exploration isn't a license to expand
exploration.
With gas topping $4 a gallon,
recent polls show Americans,
Floridians included, more supportive
of drilling in protected areas. Some
politicians - including Gov. Charlie
Crist - have switched sides.
"We think the public is way out
ahead of the politicians on these


on station off the
of Mexico. -AP


1990s.
In March, four companies -
Australia-based' BHP Billiton
Petroleum Deepwater Inc., Houston-
based Anadarko E&P Co., Shell
Offshore Inc. and Italian oil and nat-
ural gas company Eni SpA - pur-
chased leases on 36 Gulf of Mexico
tracts under the 2006 compromise.
Jeb Bachmann, an analyst with
New Orleans energy consultant
Howard Wiel, said the four under-
stand the shifting political and finan-
cial realities.
"It gives you an indication that
some of these companies, believe
there is some light at the end of the
tunnel," Bachmann said. "There is
higher pricing and a belief that high-
er prices are going to ultimately drive
some changes."
Anadarko bought seven of the
recently opened, tracts south of.
Pensacola because of their proximity
to its Independence Hub, a major nat-


ural gas field off Alabama that sup-
plies 1.5 to 2 percent of the natural
gas consumed in the U.S. every day,
said Stuart Strive, the company's vice
president of exploration for the east-
ern Gulf. The newly leased tracts are
between 50 and 75 miles east of the
Independence Hub.
But finding and producing natural
gas in the new site will be expensive.
Three-dimensional mapping of the
ocean floor, which must happen
before any drilling, could take up to
two years, Strive said. If a promising
site is found, engineers must drill up
to three miles below the ocean sur*
face to extract the oil or natural gas.
And it will take. years before the
company begins producing anything
at the. site - and there is no guaran-
tee of success. A company can have
as much as $4 billion invested and a
wait of up to five years before seeing
any return on the investment, Strive
said.
"We typically will have $100 to
$200 million invested in a project
before we know if it is an economic
venture or not," he said. "Then, if you
know you have made an economic
discovery, you spend a billion dollars
or more on a facility."
The 1981 moratorium - enacted
out of environmental concerns in
response to a massive oil spill off the
Santa Barbara coast a decade earlier
- has prevented the Interior
Department from spending money on
offshore oil or gas leases in virtually
all coastal waters outside the western
- Gulf of Mexico and in some areas off
Alaska.
But politicians who once support-
ed the ban are changing their minds.
U.S. Sen. John McCain supports
lifting the ban and allowing states to


decide whether to approve drilling of
their shores. Crist, Florida's
Republican governor and a possible
vice presidential candidate, reversed
his long-standing opposition.to lift-
ing the ban last month.
The ban won't be lifted without a
fight.
U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson, who has led
opposition to offshore drilling among
the state's Congressional delegation,
criticized the governor for reversing
his position, accusing Crist and
McCain of putting oil company prof-
its before protecting the state's $65
billion annual tourism industry.
"Oil companies and their allies are
using the shockingly high price of oil
and gasoline, which largely is the
result not of a supply problem but
speculative fever, to scare the public
into thinking coastal drilling offers a
real solution to our dependency on
oil," he said in an e-mailed statement.
The 2006 Senate compromise
opening up the Panhandle tracts
made sense and should be honored
by the oil companies, said Dan
McLaughlin, Nelson's spokesman.
Instead, the. companies and
Congressional Republicans are push-
ing to open more acreage, he said.
Nelson helped broker the compro-
mise.
"It was a compromise allowing
them to go where they wanted to go,
where there were some proven
reserves, while also keeping them at
a distance to save the economy, the
environment and protect our military
training areas," McLaughlin said.
"That compromise closed the door
and kept the moratorium in place.
Now you see the governor doing an
about face, but we are confident we
are going to fight it back again."


Spitzer call girl drops Girls Gone Wild lawsuit


THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

MIAMI - The call girl
involved in a scandal that
brought down New York's for-
mer governor has dropped a
lawsuit claiming "Girls Gone
Wild" founder Joe Francis
exploited her image and name
on the Internet.
Ashley Dupre voluntarily
dismissed the $10 million fed-
eral lawsuit, according to
court documents filed
Thursday. She said she was
only 17 when she signed a
binding contract giving per-
mission to appear in the "Girls
Gone Wild" video.
Telephone calls and e-mails
to Dupre's lawyer and publi-
cist were not immediately
returned Friday,
Francis said in a statement
issued late Friday night that
"the truth invariably comes
out, as I knew it would in this
case. I am happy to, once
again, be completely vindicat-
ed."
In her lawsuit, Dupre said




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she was on spring break in
Miami Beach in 2003 when
she was approached by "Girls
Gone Wild" producers, given
alcoholic drinks and then
signed a release agreeing to
appear. The series depicts
women in provocative poses
or topless, often in such party
locations as Mardi Gras or
spring break beach towns.
Francis has said Dupre was
on the "Girls Gone Wild" bus
for a week and made seven
full-length Videos.
Shortly after the lawsuit was
filed, Francis released a video
where Dupre appears covered
by a terry cloth towel and
gives her naine as Amber
Arpaio. An unseen questioner
asks if she is 18 and if the


footage can be used on "Girls
Gone Wild." She says yes to
both questions.
The video also displays a
New Jersey driver's license
with the Amber Arpaio name
and a birth date that would
have made her appear to be in
her 20s.
Dupre rocketed to fame in
March when she surfaced as a
high-priced call girl in the
Emperors Club VIP prostitu-
tion ring that involved then-
New York Gov.. Eliot Spitzer,
who resigned soon after the
scandal broke. Dupre, going
by the name "Kristen," met
"Client 9" - later identified
as Spitzer - at least once at a
swanky Washington hotel,
according to court documents.


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After the Spitzer scandal,
Francis made a public $1 mil-
lion offer for Dupre to appear
in one of his videos and go on
a promotional tour. But he
rescinded the. offer after real-
izing he already had footage
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Dear Editor:

The Family Council of the
Chipola Retirement Center and
Nursing Pavilion would like to
thank the following local mer-'
chants. Your generous donations
of door prizes helped to make
our recent yard sale a huge suc-
cess: Auto Zone, Bobbie's
Waffle Iron, Captain D's,
Chipola River Book & Tea,
Cornerstone Restaurant, CVS,
Del Pedigo, Dino's Pizza &
Subs, Hair Expressions, Kindel
Lanes, Service Auto Parts,
Sonic, The Oaks Restaurant, The
Sweet Stuff Bakery, Waco Drugs
& Gifts, Wilma Hughes; and to
Christown for doing our clean-
up for us. We extend our thanks


to all the staff members and
council members who worked so .
hard to make our sale a' success
and also to all the shoppers who
came out to buy from us.

Florida Family Council
Marianna

Reader objects to
water bottling project
Dear Editor:
What about our water?
Some people must think we
have too much! Georgia has
trouble keeping enough to go
around!
We are all in charge of protect-
ing our water, 'one of our natural
commodities.
Ask yourself this question:
Why do you think our Jackson
County Commissioners, with all
T


their combined wisdom, voted to
sell our water to a water bottling
plant.
I'm sure most of it will be
shipped out of Jackson County!
How do you feel about the sale
of this asset?
Tell your county commission-
ers your feelings!

Linda G. Morse
Marianna

Committee made Class
of '68 reunion a success
Dead Editor:

The Jackson County Training
School's Class of 1968 would
like to take a moment to express
our appreciation and gratitude to
the committee for the time and
thoughtfulness they all put into


our class reunion. We found joy
and happiness in every activity
that really blessed us. So when
we say thank you all, for all you
have done, realize this genuinely
comes from the heart.
Committee members
wereHoward Robinson, Cathrine
White-Johnson, Verlene Brooks
Sylvester, Marylon Beaver-
Johnson, Carolyn Thorton
Killings, Ola Jean Smith-
Coleman, Damon Slyvester,
James Killings, Mary Scott-
Flowers, Benjamin Dickens,
Leotha Speight, Barbra Ann
Bell, Melvis J. Pender, Robert
Craig White, Vivian White-
Holland, John Richard Holland,
and Grady Snell Jr.

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with a projected fund balance of
$1,674,716. (That's $200,000 less than
the year before.)
Add that fund balance to a projected
revenue of $12,805,679. and the school
has a total estimate of $14,480,395 in
available funds for this fiscal year.
Projected total expenses for this year
are $13,175,000, which makes Chipola's
projected fund balance at.the end of the
year about $1,305,395.
While that's an estimated $369,321 less
to start off with in the 2009-2010 year,
Young said the school is taking steps to
ensure there's no more of.a decrease.

Biggest costs: personnel,
energy

Chipola College employs over 1175
people.
"Our operating budget is 78 percent
personnel," said Young.
The biggest savings for the school this
year, said Young, will be the absorption of
five positions.
With five approximate 30-year employ-
ees recently retiring, the college will
close out the positions, saving about
$300,000 worth of salaries and benefits.
Young said the slight decrease in staff
shouldn't effect the level of service, pro-
vided to students.


will celebrate together.
Friend Deborah Deese had arrived
Thursday, too, and had recommended the
park for the gathering.
She and Snyder went to high school
together in Tallahassee 30 years ago, but
lost touch for decades. Two years ago,
they happened to recognize each other at
a bike rally 250 miles away in north
Georgia. Ever since .then, the Snyders,
Deborah and husband Mickey have
camped together many times.
They decided to stick fairly close to
home this weekend, in part because of
high gas prices.
This weekend, they plan to tube down
Spring Creek into the Chipola River, and
get in a few games of 'holey board,' a


"They won't even notice the differ-
ence," said Young.
Lay-offs, he said, are not in the picture.
"I don't feel like we're even close to
that," said Young.
Other efforts to save are related to con-
serving energy.
"Just like everyone else, we've got a
significant increase in our electricity rates
to deal with," said Young..
Off-season classes and night classes
will be located in one or two buildings,
rather than spread across 10 buildings.
"That way, you know, air-conditioning
won't be on full blast in ten buildings, just
two; which should give us some relief,"
said Young.
Holding four-day work weeks in the
summer, something the college has been
doing for years, should also help keep
energy costs lower, said Young.
Aside from efforts to save money dur-
ing a rise in energy costs, it is the effect of
the rise in energy cost on citizens that
may actually increase the school's rev-
enue.
"Most people wouldn't think it, but
community colleges can actually do well
in a recession because people start realiz-
ing they'll need to get a degree to find a
decent job; and community colleges are
an affordable way to do that," said Young.
Count the state's most recent allowance


challenge somewhat like horseshoes, but
requiring more precise aim. To win
points, players have to toss large washers
into holes of various sizes which are
drilled into a board placed some distance
away.
With travelers seen all over town
Thursday towing RVs, personal water-
craft and other recreational equipment,
Marianna seemed a popular destination
for many other revelers this the weekend
as well. ;
Arrowhead was filling up quickly, and
soon another member of the Snyder party
arrived.
Bill Pagel's black and silver travel trail-
er is actually a modified motorcycle trail-
er. It can still carry his bike, but he's also'


Continued From Page 1A


of a six percent increase in community
college tuition, as well as state scholar-
ships and grants, and there's more possi-
ble revenue for Chipola.

Still money to build

"I know some people see we're work-
ing on a tighter budget and wonder why
we're building this huge performing arts
center. What they don't know is that's
part of a whole different budget," said
Young.
The school's Public Education Capital
Outlay Fund pays for things like the
future performing arts center and general
remodeling of structures and utilities.
At the beginning of this fiscal year, the
school's PECO money was at an estimat-
ed total of $28 million. Most of those
funds, said Young, are already committed
to projects.
"That's why you see all these projects
going on campus," said Young.
On- the same note, the school is still
able to build on its baccalaureate pro-
gram, due to a separate budget that comes
from state 'grants.
"In fact, we just filled elementary edu-
cation and special education," said
Young. "At the same time we're trying to
conserve, we've still got the ability to
grow."


Continued From Page 1A


outfitted it with living quarters and a full
bar. The bar is complete with a dart board
that Pagel jazzed up with a circular frame
he made from an old Harley Davidson
motorcycle tire.
Outside the trailei, he had assembled
and erected his portable sink to give him-
self and the rest of the group a more
sophisticated set up for their outdoor
cooking and clean-up chores.
In addition to tubing with the rest of the
group, Pagel also plans to do some fishing
this weekend in Merritt's Mill Pond. He'll
be using a collapsible fishing pole small
enough to fit in his motorcycle saddle
bags. He said he's heard stories about the
big fish that can be caught in the pond and
was anxious to give it a try.


Geany "Gean" Rollin
Curlee passed away Sunday,
June 8, 2008, at his home in
Smithfield, Va.
Gean was preceded in.death
by his wife, Grace Bowles
Curlee; and by his parents. Ne
Azur Curlee and Hester Miller
Curlee of Sneads.
Gean is survived by his
daughter, Ruth Curlee of
Richmond, Va.; and his grand-
son, Lars Peterson and his
wife, Meg Chamberlain, of
Asheville, N.C.
Gean was a U.S. Navy vet-
eran of World War II and
Korea. He retired from the
military as a Chief Petty
Officer, after 20 years of serv-
ice. After retirement, Gean
was a member of the Tiger
Team and continued to .work
with the nuclear Titan sub-
marines. Gean was a retired
ordained minister of the
United Church of Christ.

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

Hubert Cope

Hubert Cope, 87, passed
from this life Friday, July 4,
2008, at Flowers Hospital. He
was born in Chipley, on April
23, 1921, to Fredrick and
Mary (Giles) Cope.
Mr. Cope. was self-
employed as a fanner and was
a member and deacon of the
Holmes Creek Baptist Church.
He was also Gideon and a life-
long resident of Chipley.
Mr. Cope is survived by his
wife, Sybil Cope of Chipley;
two daughters, Gail Hartzog
and husband, Ronnie, of
Marianna, and Gardis Watts
and husband, Ben, of
DeFuniak Springs; one sister,
Eulene Pippin of Panama
City; four grandchildren,
Heather Watts Hall of
DeFuniak Springs, Ben Watts
Jr. of. Orlando, Christie
Hartzog Thomas of Lake City,
and Allison Hartzog of
Pensacola; and two great-
grandchildren, Adam and Will
Hall.


' The funeral: service will be
at 3 pm.. Sunday, July 6, at
Brown Funeral.,. Home
Brickyard Road Chapel. wth
the Rev. Tim Siteele officiat-
ing. Burial '%%ill follow in
Glenwood Cemeter>. with
Brown Funeral Home direct-
ing.
Visitation was held from 6
to 8 p.m., Saturday, July 5, at
.the chapel.

James & Sikes Funeral .
Home - Maddox Chapel
4278 Lafayette St.
Marianna, FL 32446
850-482-2332
Swww.jamesandsikesfuneral-
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Richard Wilson Hagin Sr.

Richard Wilson "Rick"
Hagin Sr., 58, of Sneads died
Thursday, July 3, 2008; at
Tallahassee Memorial
Hospital.
A native of Tampa, Mr.
Hagin had resided in Sneads
for the past 13 years and was
employed at McDaniel's IGA.
He attended the Circle Hill
Baptist Church, loved to fish,
was an FSU fan and a devoted
grandfather.
He was preceded in death
by his parents, William H. and
Marion F. Wilson Hagin; and
one brother, Randy Hagin.
Survivors include his wife,
Carol Hagin of Sneads; one
son, Richard Hagin and wife,
Phyllis, of Marianna; four
daughters, Carol Taylor and
husband, Clyde, and Jannie
Edenfield and children, James
and Tyler, all of Sneads,
Christina Stephens and hus-
band, Jason, of Grand Ridge,
and Gwen Johnson; two broth-
ers, Perry Mason Hagin and
wife, Nadine, of Sneads, and
Kevin Michael Hagin and
wife, Pam, of Wimauma; one
sister, Della Thomas and hus-
band, Bill, of Lecanto; and 15
grandchildren.
Funeral services will be
conducted at 3 p.m., Monday,
July 7, at the Circle Hill
Baptist Church, with the Rev.
John Holley officiating.
Interment will follow in the
church cemetery. James and
Sikes Funeral Home - Maddox
Chapel will direct.
The family will receive
friends from 2 to 3 p.m.,
Monday, at the Circle Hill
Baptist Church.


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If you are interested in adopting any of these
pets, or any of the other wonderful cats and dogs
at the shelter, stop by 4011 Maintenance Dr., in
Marianna or call 482-4570, or visit our updated
site www.partnersforpets.petfinder.com
Partners for Pets welcomes volunteers. If you
have extra time, are 14 and over, and would enjoy


playing with cats, walking dogs and taking care of
the pets, please call us. Our shelter hours are
Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 3 "p.m. and
Saturday 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
We also have Dog Obedience Training classes
which are offered at the shelter on Saturdays from
8 to 9 .m., at $5 an hour. These classes begin with


basic obedience training, with more advanced
classes available. The training is being done by a
state-certified trainer of dogs and is an AKC Good
Citizen Evaluator. Proceeds from these classes go
directly to the Partners for Pets shelter. The train-
er can be reached at 693-0908 or 482-4570 for
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Jason Thomas and Brenda Jones


Jones and Thomas to wed


Billy and Vera Jones of
Sneads proudly announce the
marriage of their daughter,
Brenda Jones of Grand Ridge,
to Jason Thomas of
Crawfordville. Brenda and her
two young sons, Trevor.Jones


and Blake Thomas, will unite
with Jason and his two .sons,
Hayden and Jackson Thomas,
on July 6, at their home in
Crawfordville. Family will be
attending.


Syble and Thomas Earl Lawrence

Lawrences celebrate 50


Thomas Earl and Syble
Lawrence of Dellwood cele-
brated their 50th wedding
anniversary on June 28,
2008. Syble is the former
Syble Matthews of
Dellwood: Thomas and
Syble both retired from
Florida State Hospital in
January 2000.
The occasion was enjoyed,
with their two children and
their families: Kevin and


Shelia Lawrence and their
daughter, Shelby, of Grand
Ridge, and Kegera
Matthews-Lawrence and
son, Si Charles, of'
Dellwood. Everyone
enjoyed a seafood meal in
Georgia and returned to the'
Lawrences' for cake and cof-
fee.
Thomas and Syble were
married in Bainbridge, Ga.,
on June 28, 1958.


Sam Murphy Seigle


Seigles welcome a son


'Sam Murphy Seigle was
born on June 17, 2008, at 7:02
p.m., at Flowers Hospital in
Dothan, Ala. At birth, he
weighed nine pounds, 13
ounces and was 20 �V inches
long.
Proud mother is Samantha
Seigle of Malone.


Maternal grandmother is
Donna Doelman, and proud
Aunt is Murphy Doelman,
both of Malone.
Great-grandparents are Sam
and .Joncye Murphy of
Greenwood and great-uncle is
Michael Murphy, also of
Greenwood.


Amelia Elaine and Sienna Jae Mayo


Mayo twins turned 1


Amelia Elaine and Sienna
Jae Mayo, twin sisters from
Nashville, Tenn., turned 1 on
June 18. They celebrated their
first birthday. with a Pooh
party in Orlando. '
Parents are Rusty and Penny
Mayo of Nashville, Tenn.
Paternal grandparents are


Ricky and Donna Dunaway of
Bascom; Debra Porter Cricco
and Jeff Cricco of Orlando;
and Larry and Faye Mayo of
Orlando.
Maternal grandparents are
Rex and Shirley Kuykendall
of Mosheim, Tenn.


Alec Edward Basford

Basford is 1 year old today


Alec Edward Basford 'of.
Marianna celebrates his first
birthday today, July 6.
" He is the son of Chuck and
Kristina Basford of Marianna.


Grandparents are Lester and
Myrtle Basford of Marianna;
Greg and Kim Bailey, and
Ricky Witt of Lake City.


Devin Blaine Therrien


Therriens welcome a boy


Daniel and Robyn Therrien
are' proud to announce the
birth of their ,son,: Devin
Blaine Therrien on May 13,
2008, at 3:05 a.m., at Flowers
Hospital in Dothan, Ala. At
birth; Devin' weighed six
pounds, 14 ounces and was
191/2 inches in length.
Maternal grandparents are
Janet O'Pry and Ronnie Davis
of Marianna; and James and
Karen O'Pry of West Virginia.,
Paternal grandparents are


Maria and Don Johnson of
.Marianna; and Bill and Mikki
: Therrien of North Carolina.
Maternal great-grandpar-
ents are the'late Mary Mears
Kimbrel of Blountstown and
the late Everett Mears of
Altha; and the Late Hazel and
William O'Pry of Marianna.. .
Paternal great-grandparents
are Grace Lincoln and the late
Bart Lincoln of Marianna; and
the late Cutter and Evelyn
Therrien of Marianna'


Connor McDaniel


McDaniel celebrates 5


Connor McDaniel celebrat-
ed his fifth 'birthday on
Saturday, June 14, at the home
of Jonathan and Molly
McDaniel of Cypress. The
theme was a Hawaiian luau,
and the guests enjoyed limbo,
swimming, pizza and
Hawaiian music.
Approximately 35 friends and


family attended,
Connor's parents are
Jonathan and Molly McDaniel
of Cypress.
Maternal grandmother is
.Lois Dougherty of
Chattahoochee.
Paternal grandparents' are
Ralph and Judy McDaniel of
Sneads.


Payton Autrey Melvin


Melvin to celebrate 7th


Payton Autrey Melvin turns
7 on July 16. His parents are
Kevin and Patricia Melvin of
Steel City. His sister is Kodie
Michelle Melvin, 9.
Grandparents are Willie and
Jackie Melvin of Steel City;
Pat and Bill Jones of


Cottondale; and Pete and
Charly Macks of Fountain.
A party will be July 12,
from 2 to 4 p.m., at 2260
Syfrett Rd. For more informa-
tion, please call patricia at
573-0784.


There are, good habits and there are bad habits


Most of us have habits or
idiosyncrasies that are part of
our lives.
The word "habit" is defined
in Webster's New- World
Dictionary as a "thing that a
person has done so often with-
out thinking about it that it
becomes hard to stop".
The definition of "idiosyn-
crasies" is; "an unusual or
peculiar way of acting or
being that a certain person or
group has".
There are good and bad
habits, and good and bad idio-
syncrasies.
Of course each individual's
definition of what is good or
bad for them will often vary
according their opinion.
Some habits and idiosyn-
crasies begin very early in life,


and often follow us through-
out our lives.
This (following us through-
out life) is great if the habits
and idiosyncrasies we carry
are of a positive nature.
One of the best habits we
can teach our children is to
start and end their day with a
prayer of thanks; no matter
how things have been going in
their life.
The saying "the family that
prays together, stays togeth-
er", should be taken literally. It
is also a good habit to offer a
short "blessing before our
meals"; no matter how big or
small the meal.
Eating as many meals
together as a family is an awe-
some habit to develop. Our
children learn many of their


habits and
idiosypn-
crasies sim-
ply by obser-
vation.
In some
cases there
are habits that
take place
when people
are babies, Thomas
such as suck- Vincent
ing their
thumb or lip 'Murphy
(which seem
to be cute when they're
babies), that are hard to stop
when they start going to
school, or began being around
others in public.
Those types of habits can
become embarrassing.
Responsible parents will try to


discourage the bad habits of
their children as early as pos-
sible.,
Teaching our children good
habits should be easy, if we
practice good habits our-
selves.
If they observe you saying
"good morning", "excuse me",
or "thank you" regularly dur-
ing your daily routine, it will
definitely affect them in a pos-
itive way.
Most of the children of
today are greatly influenced
by their parents, or those who
raise them.
I feel that any habit or idio-
syncrasy that is detrimental to
your health or your life should
be given serious attention. If
you curse in every other sen-
tence that you speak, you can


count on your youngsters
inheriting that same way of
speaking.
If you are involved with ille-
gal drugs that cause you to act
strangely around the children
who are in the process of
developing their characters,
those children may develop
some of your idiosyncrasies.
An adult that drinks or
smokes heavily around the
younger members of the fami-
ly are possibly encouraging
them to follow that same path.
I surely understand that
everyone is not born into an
ideal family situation or pleas-
ant atmosphere, but if you are
willing, you can get rid of
some of those unhealthy
habits that have been with you
for years.


You are not alone! If you
have a habit of eating too
much, smoking or drinking
too much, are hooked on
chocolate, drive too fast, curse
too much, or complain too
much, you can change your
ways!
With this in mind, changing
your direction in life can not
only be good for you, but can
be encouraging and motiva-
tional to others around you.
Try it (make a change), you
might like it! Don't stay stuck
in a rut! Be an example to our
young people! Don't procrasti-
nate any longer!
If none of these words can
influence you to change those
bad habits, I know one word
that can make a major differ-
ence: PRAYER!


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anniversaries above 75. Anniversaries in this category may
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photo and a present-day picture.
Anniversaries that do not meet the requirements for free
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Also, a charge of $20 will be added for each additional 150
words.
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change of command ceremony
for the 5th Brigade, 1st
Armored Division (5/1 AD),
Army Evaluation Task Force
(AETF). Speights had been in
charge of this evolving unit of
approximately 100 soldiers
since Feb. 1, 2006.


Lt. Col. Elmer Speights, Jr. and his wife, the former Norricia
Livingston from Temple, Texas, take a photo break during a
change of command ceremony at Fort Bliss, Texas. Speig ts
relinquished command of the battalion he had built from the
ground up in February 2006. - Contributed photo


Taking a photo break in front of the AIRHeart helicopter ar
(front row) Kyle Morgan, Mack Williams, Hunter Hutton, ai
Jahn Sanchez; and (back row) Flight Nurse EMT-P Jol
Alumbaugh, Will Sanchez, Keary Nichols, Sean Everi
Tanner Andress, Austin Livingston, Ash Lanier, Flig
Paramedic Doug Moody and Austin Westbrook.
Contributed photo


Cub Scouts on the

summertime mov
SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
Cub Scout Pack 170 recently toured AIRHeart facilities ai
the AIRHeart air ambulance aircraft located at the Marianna a
port. A presentation was given by Doug Moody, flight pai
medic, detailing air ambulance duties, landing precautions ai
aircraft specifications. Scouts learned that within seconds
being dispatched, a flight crew flies into action to air lift se.
ously ill or critically injured patients from crisis situations to
medical care facility.
After the presentation, Moody and John Alumbaugh, flig
nurse, gave the boys a hands-on tour of the AIRHeart helicopter
Each boy asked questions and was allowed to enter and sit in t
pilot's seat of the aircraft. After the hands-on-tour, each boy w
presented with prestigious AIRHeart wings, and Sean Ever
was awarded an AIRHeart tee-shirt for correctly answering
flight crew question.
For more information about Scouting, contact Mary Ai
Hutton at 209-2818, cokehut@digitalexp.com.


The unit's mission is to test
and evaluate prototype equip-
ment being produced as part
of the Future Combat Systems
(FCS), the largest moderniza-
tion program the Army has
undertaken in four decades.
As the unit's first commander,
Speights was charged with
building the battalion,,/which
entailed receiving the soldiers
and equipment and setting up
operations. During his tenure,
Speights and his soldiers trav-
elled to the various locations
in Michigan, California and
New Mexico where the FCS
equipment and computer soft-
ware are being developed by
civilian contractors.
"Our battalion worked
closely with people in indus-
try. That's a big deal for this
whole program in that we have
soldier input directly to indus-
try to help with the design of
the vehicles," he explained.
"It has been a roller coaster
ride, but it has been on the cut-
ting edge," he said.
Speights' unit also assisted
in developing software for a
computer network which will
tie in the soldiers and equip-
ment systems. In a few months
about 40 percent of the unit
will travel to Fort Knox, Ky.,
where they are scheduled to
help validate the makeup of


Free CERT training
to promote hurricane
season readiness
SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
The Hurricane Season is
here, and to assist the commu-
nity in preparation and readi-
ness, the Jackson Citizen
Corps CERT Council, in
cooperation with the Jackson
County Emergency
Management Agency, will be
offering free Basic CERT
training July 12 and July 19, at
the Jackson County
Emergency Operations Center.
This Department of
Homeland Security training
promotes a partnering effort
between emergency services
re: and the people they serve. The
nd goal is to train members of
hn neighborhoods, community
organizations and workplaces
itt, in basic skills; assisting fami-
ht lies and neighborhoods with'
preparation, response and
recovery from disasters in a
neighbor-helping-neighbor
spirit.
/ Once training is completed,
CERT members may opt to be
integrated into the Emergency
S Manager's Response capabili-
ty for their area.
The CERT Basic Training
Course is scheduled for the
nd following dates and times:
ir- * Saturday, July 12 - 8:30
a- a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
nd * Saturday, July 19.- 8:30
of a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
ri- The training will be at the
a Jackson County Emergency
Operations Building and is
*ht free of charge.
.r. Pre-registration is required,
he and the deadline to register is
;as 5 p.m., Wednesday, July 9.
itt For more information, call
a Sharon or Katie Jo Robinson
at 526-9678, or e-mail
nn Office_Management@emer-
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Lt. Col. Elmer Speights, Jr. (third from left) turns over the colors of the battalion he command-
ed for 15 months to the brigade commander in a ceremony held at Fort Bliss, Texas, on July
1. Speights was the first commander of the unit which tests and evaluates equipment and com-
puter software as part of the Future Combat Systems program. - Contributed photo


the units who will receive the
high-tech FCS equipment. "I
feel a little sad about changing
command now, because I will
miss the pinnacle event in the
fall," Speights admitted.
Speights has served about
25 years in the Army and has
had three assignments over-
seas, including tours in
Germany and Korea and a
combat tour in Iraq in 2003.
He commanded companies at
Fort Hood, Texas, and Fort
Polk, La., earlier in his career.
His decorations include a
Bronze Star Medal and
Combat Action Badge, among
others.
In a few weeks, he will
assume command of 1st
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the 1st Brigade, 1st Armored
Division as his next assign-
ment, which is also located at
Fort Bliss.
After receiving his diploma
from Marianna High School in
1979, Speights attended
Chipola Junior College and
the University of West Florida,
where he earned a Bachelor of
Science degree in Broadcast
Communication. Following
college graduation, he enlisted
in the Army for five years
before earning a commission
in the Armor branch through
Officer Candidate School in
1988. He holds a master's
degree in Public
Administration from the
University of Auburn.
Speights considers


Marianna his hometown, and
his parents still reside here. He
is married to the former
Norricia Livingston from
Temple, Texas. They have one
daughter, Schealiesa, who
lives in Maryland.
The FCS program is a joint
networked system that
includes the individual soldier,
14 individual systems and the
network. It employs commu-
nications equipment and tech-
nologies to link soldiers with
both manned and unmanned
ground and air platforms and
sensors. Soldiers linked to
these platforms and sensors
have access to data that can
provide a more accurate pic-
ture of what's going.on around
them.


Gardening Friends of the

Big Bend to meet July 15


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
Gardening Friends of the
Big Bend will meet at the
North Florida Research and
Education Center near Quincy
at 6:30 p.m., Tuesday, July 15..
After the business meeting
Dr. Gary Knox will discuss the
beginning of one of his newest
research projects on disease
resistance and maintenance


needs of 12 varieties of roses.
The group's purpose is to ,
promote gardening and gar-
dening research by supporting
and assisting the faculty and
staff of NFREC, an arm of the
University of Florida's
Institute for Food and
Agricultural Sciences. For
more information, contact Jill
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June Horton displays the Block of the Month she
recently won from the Jackson County Quilters Guild.
The guild's June business meeting was at the home of
guild member Lanell Skalitzky. Members were given
a tour of the new log cabin where Skalitzky has quilts
displayed throughout her home. After the business
portion of the meeting and refreshments, the group
moved to a separate building where Skalitzky quilts.
The monthly program was a discussion and demon-
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Cottondale Elementary

announces honor roll.


Cottondale Elementary
School has announced the
Fourth Nine Weeks Honor Roll.
All A's
First grade - Savannah
Acord, Dalvin Barnes,
Tynisiara Barnes, Sierra Bush,
McKenzie Gay, Nahin Hayat,.
J.D. Heafner, Deana Holland,
Corbin Jackson, Aaron
Jackson, Jeb Perkins, Jacob
Powell, Morgan Ricca',
Blayton See, Cody Shores,
Jaron Simon, Caroline Sweet,
Kayla Turner, Emily Tyler and
C.J. Young.
Second grade - A-.J.
Carter, Skylar Dominguez,
Summer Hayes, Colby
Roland, Andrea Sampson,
Grayson Sasser, J.T. White
and Gracie Zick.
Third grade - Michael
Black, Kaitlin Bray, Priscilla
Finch, Melissa Hazell, Jordan
Wheeler and Hannah White.
Fourth grade - Jenna
Cartwright, Jesse Deese,
Brendon Hales, Daniel Lewis,
Nicole Nelson, Matthew.
Rehberg, Roy Sampson,
McKaylah See and Zoee
Warren.
Fifth grade - Cameron
Braxtor, Kaitlyn Gramling,
SueEllen Mosier, Andrue
Peters and Carly Wester.
A's and B's
First grade - Cody
Adkins, Lilly Ball, Emily
Barnes, Isabell Barnes,
Shianna Benefield, Jaquan
Bryant, Bryan Castro, Michael
Cheaney, Cyanna Clements,
MacKenzie Clemmons, Tyler
Cutchins, Mark DeBolt,
Dayron Garrett, Thalmus
Gray, Gable Hanson,
Merce'Des Jackson, Jaylen
James, Mason Jones, Nathan
Kelley, La'Trina Knapp, Kalyn
Loberger, Makayla Morris,
Tamia Nettles, Brandon
Palmer, Ty'Tianna Peace, Tia
Rivera, Trenton Shumaker,
Courtney Stephens and Danny
Williford.


Second grade - John
Acord, Chris Brown, Dustin
Brown, Ashley Colwell, Abby
Conroy, Ryan Davis, Logan
Deese, Austin Duvall, Bailey
Eiler, Stephon Gaines, Zoie
Gainey, Jantzen Gates, Cody
Grant, Tiyana Gray, McKayla
Hudson, Daya Jackson, Justin
Jackson, Bailey Johnson,
Gawon McQueen, Summer
O'Bryan, Radashia Peace,
Tyler Sallas, Mercedes Smith
and Leigh-Ann Springer.
Third grade - Richard
Adderson, Bryaran Barton,
P.J. Berkley, Jakayla Brown,
Anthony Clayton, Stephen
Gay, Brandon Gramling,
Temiah Hartsfield, Bradley
Ingram, Austin Kelly, Jason
Loberger, Kelsey Miller,
Dennis O'Donnell, Arielle
Rhodes, Tyra Roulhac, Haley
Scurlock, Brittney Shores,
Steven Sterrett, Katie Taylor
and Brad Vickery.
Fourth grade - Deena-
Lee Andrews, MacKenzie
Broxton, Caitlyn Byers,
Kelsey Corbin, Hunter Davis,
. Billie Dominguez, Tiffany
Franklin, Desarae Grissett,
Colby Hargrove, Tyler
Hartsfield, Ethan Houston,
Dustin Jones, Baylen
McClenny, Joshua Mims,
Katrina Simon, Janaysha
Smith, Austin Stephens, Alex
Tharp and Ryan Williams.
Fifth grade - Ray-Anne
Baxley, Madison Broxton,
Joseph Conroy, Alisia Davis,
Colton Hall, Breanna Harrell,
William Hinson, Sage Hutto,
Maggie Judy, Alex Lamb,
Kayla Lathan, Deantre' Lee,
Destiny Lovett, Curtis
Manney, Madison McDaniel,
Cameron McKinney, Connor
Melvin, Mindy Miller,
Destinee Nettles, Shivam
Patel, Darlene Quiala, Taylor
Sheffield, Wesley Spooner,
Tyler Stephens, Jeffrey
Strickland, Monica Tharp,'
Kista Thorsby, C.J. Toole,
Sabrina Trino, Chance Vargo
and Jade Whitehead.


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Magnolias' features local.cast


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
The Spanish Trail Playhouse
(STP) is in full rehearsals for
the popular comedy/drama,
"Steel Magnolias," . which
opens a three-day run in the
Chipley High School
Auditorium on Sept. 5.
STP President Kevin Russell
recently cast local actresses in
the following roles: Kelly
Davis as Truvy Jones, Brenna
Kneiss as Annelle Dupuy-
Desoto, Danuta Jacob as
Clairee Belcher, Courtney
Corbin as Shelby Eatenton-
Latcherie, Kari Rines as
M'Lynn Eatenton, and Trish
Payne as Ouiser Boudreaux.
The crew includes: Stage


Manager Connie Kowitz,
Lighting Designer Garrett
Brolund, and stagehands, Keith
Watford, Caleb Howell, Ben
Grande and Aven Pitts.
"Steel Magnolias" is set in
Truvy's beauty salon in
Chinquapin, La., where all the
ladies who are anybody come
to have their hair done. Helped
by her eager new assistant,
Annelle, the outspoken, wise-
cracking Truvy dispenses
shampoos and free advice to
Clairee, Ouiser, M'Lynn, and
M'Lynn's daughter, Shelby.
Tickets go on sale to Spanish
Trail Playhouse members on
Monday, Aug. 4., and to the
general public on Monday,
Aug. 11.


Jackson County native wins

Florida Folk Heritage Award


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
Secretary of
State Kurt S.
Browning pre-
sented the
2008 Florida
Folk Heritage
Awards at the
Florida
H e r i t a g e Johnson
Month Awards
Presentation and Reception
earlier this year in Tallahassee.
Among the recipients was
Joseph Johnson of
Cottondale/Tallahassee.
As the chairman of Sunday
Morning Band (SMB), Lodge
No. 363 for the past 15 years,
Johnson oversees the preserva-
tion of a mutual aid society
with an unsurpassed legacy in
Florida. SMB started in 1868"
in Columbia County's Bethel
Church and grew into a
statewide mutual aid society
that, assisted members and
ensured decent, respectful
burials. Johnson "was born
into the band" in 1947 in
Jackson County, since his
mother was a presiding officer.
A retired supervisor of the
Tallahassee Memorial Hospital
Radiology Department,
Johnson has long resided in


Tallahassee, but says that
Cottondale remains his true
home. He frequently returns
for lodge and church events.
Annually, on the second
Sunday in September, the
band "marches in," forming a
procession from their lodge to
the anniversary program site
in Cottondale. Johnson leads
the signature spiritual,
"Sunday Morning Band" upon
entering the churchyard.
In 1965, Johnson also formed
the Gospel Jubilees, a traditional
African American gospel quar-
tet. Johnson heads the quartet.
"The work of these talented
individuals illustrates the
extraordinary depth and diver-
sity of Florida's traditional
cultural heritage. They are rec-
ognized for their remarkable
artistic achievements, as well
as their role as teachers and
preservers of Florida's folk
cultural resources," said
Secretary Browning.
The Florida Department of
State annually presents Florida
Folk Heritage Awards to citi-
zens whose lifelong devotion
to folklife has enriched the
state's cultural legacy.
Source: Florida Secretary
of State Kurt S. Browning
press release.


The upcoming Spanish Trail Playhouse production of "Steel
Magnolias" will feature local actresses. Tickets go on sale to
STP members on Monday, Aug. 4., and to the general public
on Monday, Aug. 11. - Contributed photo


For information about the
Spanish Trail Playhouse or
how to become involved, call


Kevin Russell at (850) 260-
9279, or e-mail spanish-
trailplayhouse@gmail.com.


Grace and Olivia Wester of Grand Ridge show the results of
their recent haircut. These ponytails wil be donated to Locks
of Love, a charitable organization providing hair to, children
suffering from medical hair loss. For more information about
Locks ofLove or the proper steps to take when making a hair
donation, visit www.locksoflove.org. - Contributed photo


Marianna Duplicate Bridge Club results


The Marianna Duplicate Club
plays bridge on Monday after-
noons in the St. Luke's Episcopal'
Church Parish Hall.
For 'the week of June 30, the
winners were as follows:
First place - Douglas Parker
of Marianna, and Kurt Opferman
of Dellwood.
Second place - Amy L.


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Football clinic is next
Saturday in Marianna
Marianna Area Youth
Football,Coach Rob Armstrong,
and staff will be hosting a football
clinic on Saturday July 12, 2008
from 9-12 for registered partici-
pates with MAYFA. For anyone
not registered, you can sign-up that
day from 8-9. This clinic is free
with registration. For more infor-
mation, call Brandt at 209-5778.

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 comer of
Guyton and Kelson in Marianna.
Physicals will begin at 5 p.m. Cost
for each physical is $3. If you have
any questions, please contact the
athletic department 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), locat-
ed at 3625 Caverns Road in
Marianna. The registration fee is
$480 for a 14-game schedule, and
includes the team's ASA registra-
tion. 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).
MHS golf team to host
fundraising golf
tourney at Caverns
The Marianna High School golf
team will have an 18-hole three-man
scramble tournament at the Cavems
Golf Course on July 17, with a shotgun
start at 8 a.m. The team is seeking
sponsors and golf teams to compete in
the event. Money raised from sponsor-
ships and entry fees will go to help the
MHS golf team.
Team registration is $200, and
includes two Mulligans per player; and
a lunch after play. Gold sponsorship is
$500, and includes entry for a team of
three and the display of a banner
emblazoned with the sponsoring busi-
nesses' logo. A hole sponsorship is
$100 and will include a sign on display
for the sponsoring business during the
tournament. Registration deadline is
July 10. Anyone interested in spon-
soring the event or registering a team
should call Christal Harris at 573-
0651, Johnny Harris at 573-0652, or
John Ellerbee at 557-1571.
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SPanhandle 14U Panthers going to 'the show'


Defending World Series champs will try for


BY SHELIA MADE
FLORIDAN CORRESPONDENT
The Panhandle Panthers
Baseball 14 team will return
to the World Series this year
as the Florida State Runners
Up after falling in the cham-
pionship game 5-3 to
Northwest St. Petersburg.
The Panthers battled back
from the losers bracket after
suffering an opening day 14-
4 loss to the same Northwest
team on Saturday in Gulf
Breeze.
On Sunday the Panther
offense came alive as they
handed Navarre a 15-3 loss.
With rain canceling
Monday's games, the
Panthers took the field at
noon on Tuesday against
Tom Brown of Tallahassee.
The Panthers took a 10-6
victory to stay alive in state
play.
Delays postponed the
scheduled 8 p.m. start until
9:30, but the Panthers had
enough offense left in them
to defeat Gospel Project 6-5.
The Panthers were loaded
with pitching including fast-
ball hurler John Locke, Zay
Atwater, 2007 World Series
MVP Dustin O'Hearn, 2007
All Tournament Player
Southpaw Michael Mader
and 2007 All-Tournament
Player Patrick McClain.
John Locke got the nod in
the championship game,
going three innings before


giving way to the southpaw
who completed the game.
Locke gave up four runs,
only one earned on three
scattered hits. One unearned
run was allowed in relief on
two errors and one walk.
Offensively for the
Panthers, Greg Lee had a
two run homerun in the
fourth inning.
Locke and Lee both
reached in the sixth innings
on errors with Locke scoring
the final run of the game.
In game one, Dustin
O'Hearn took the loss for
Panhandle, giving up four
runs before giving way to
McClain in the first inning.
McClain went two innings
before Atwater came on for
two and a third innings.
Locke completed the inning
with Blake Edenfield clos-
ing out the final inning of
the game.
Offensively in game one,.
Locke was 2-for-2 with two
runs scored, followed by
Mader who was 1-for-2 with
a run scored. Greg Lee was
issued a walk and scored on
Mader's single.
O'Hearn and Lee com-
bined for the win on Sunday
against Navarre.
Offensively, Atwater and
Lee both sent bombs over
the centerfield fence. Locke
was 3-for-3 McClain was 2-
for-3.
On Tuesday O'Hearn got
the starting nod for


second consecutive title


Panhandle before giving
way to Locke.
O'Hearn went three
innings, giving up five ruans
on six hits, three errors and
one walk. In relief, Locke
gave up one run on one hit,
two errors and two walks.
At the plate, it was Locke,
Mader, Seth Craven and Lee
who were 2-for-3.
Atwater picked up the win
for Panhandle against
Gospel Project, going five
innings before giving way to
McClain and O'Hearn to
close out the game.
Atwater gave up one run
on one hit and three walks
with three errors committed
behind him.
McClain and O'Hearn
both gave up two runs each.
Lee had a two run shot in the
seventh inning with the
other four runs coming off
walks and errors.
The Panhandle team will
depart for Somthaven,
Mississippi on July 24 to
defend their 2007 World
Series 13U championship
title.



Michael Mader strokes an
RBI single in Saturday's
Panhandle Panthers game
against Northwest St.
Petersburg. - Contributed
Photo


Finalists Federer. Nadal Marianna All-Stars win


know each other well
BY HOWARD FENDRICH
AP TENNIS WRITER

WIMBLEDON, England - After
moving within a victory of his sixth
consecutive Wimbledon title, Roger
Federer found time to catch only a few
games of Rafael Nadal's semifinal.
Federer does have a DVD of Nadal's
match, but he wasn't exactly rushing to
use it for scouting purposes before
they meet for the Wimbledon champi-
onship Sunday.
"I know plenty already," Federer
said. "I'll watch more if I think I have
to, but at the moment, I think I know
everything that I need to."
He certainly should. After all,
Sunday's encounter will be the sixth
Grand Slam title match between the
No. 1-ranked Federer and No. 2 Nadal,
more than for any other pair of men in Spain's Rafael Nadal reacts after
the 40-year Open era. winning his semifinal match against
"I think it's quite incredible, Germany's Rainer Schuettler on the
myself," Federer said, "that we've Centre Court at Wimbledon,
played each other so many times on so Friday. - AP Photo/An ja
many big occasions." iinha
While he isn't exactly sure where Niedrnghaus
their rivalry stands in'tennis annals,
when discussing it Saturday, Federer did toss around names such as Borg,
Connors, McEnroe, Lendl, Becker, Edberg, Agassi and Sampras.
"I don't know how it will be looked at in many years' time, because at the
moment, you are right in it, and you try to win the matches that come along
against your main rival. It's hard," Federer said. "I know it's something spe-
cial what we're going through at the moment."
They met in the past three French Open finals, with Nadal winning each
time.
And now they will meet in their third consecutive Wimbledon final, with
Federer holding a 2-0 edge, part of his record-tying streak of five titles in a
row at the All England Club.
Some significant milestones are at stake Sunday.
Federer, who tied Bjorn Borg's modern mark of five Wimbledon titles last
year, is trying to become the first man since the 1880s to win six consecutive
Wimbledon championships. When Willie Renshaw collected six successive
titles from 1881-86, though, he had to play only one match during each of his
defenses because the reigning champion was given a bye to the final then.
Nadal, for his part, is aiming to become the first man since Borg in 1980 to
win the French Open and Wimbledon in the same season.
"Both Federer and Nadal are hungry. Nadal for the last two years has lost
in the final and I know he wants to win this one very badly. Roger wants to
win it six in a row, but he is not satisfied. He wants to win more Wimbledons,
more grand slams," Borg said. "They push each other, each time they play ...
to the limits."
Nadal leads the head-to-head series 11-6, though away from clay, Federer
leads 5-2. It will be the 14th Federer-Nadal matchup in a tournament final,
putting the pair fourth in Open era history, behind only Ivan Lendl vs. John
McEnroe (20); Andre Agassi vs. Pete Sampras (16); Boris Becker vs. Stefan
Edberg (16); and Jimmy Connors vs. McEnroe (15).
Given that Federer is only 26 years old, and Nadal 22, they could be adding
to their total for some time.
See FINALISTS, Page 3C lo


as Ozone tourny begins


By SHELIA MADER
FLORIDAN CORRESPONDENT

The Marianna Ozone All-Stars
took the first game of the state tour-
nament in the final inning of play.
The 10-9 victory over Poinciana
came in the bottom of the sixth
inning when Tyler Colson hit as hot
up the middle to score two runs and
claim the victory for Marianna.
Marianna fell behind early with
Poinciana scoring seven first inning
runs including a grand slam off start-
ing pitcher Trent Nobles. Reid Long
came on in relief in the first inning to
get the final two outs of the inning.
Marianna countered with three runs
in their half of the inning. Tyler
Colson singled and moved to third on
a single by Jonathan Sikes. Harrell
picked up an RBI on a single with
Long singling home two runs.
Both teams were three up and three
down in the second inning.
In the top of the third inning,
Marianna sent Sikes to the mound
who retired the side in order.
Poinciana matched that feat facing
the minimum in the bottom of the


third inning.
Sikes struck out one and induced
groundouts to two batters in the third
to keep Poinciana off the bases.
Marianna plated two runs in the
fourth inning to make it a 7-5 game.
Sikes singled for Marianna and stole
his way home for the first run of the
inning. Long drew a walk and scored
when Ryan Hewett took advantage of
an error to reach first safely.
Harrell came on in the fifth inning,
allowed two runs to score to make it
a 9-5 game. Marianna countered
with two runs in their half of the
frame. Nobles reached on a bunt and
scored when Sikes reached on an
error. Harrell singled home the final
run of the inning.
Harrell retired the side in the sixth
inning for Poinciana. In the bottom
of the. sixth, Hewett walked and
moved to second on a bunt by Kody
Bryan. Nobles singled home Hewett
before Tyler Colson sent a shot up
the middle to score the final two runs
of the game.
Marianna's next opponent is not
yet known but they play Monday at 8
p.m.


* -IBsau


Bob Kornegay says he'd best
stick to traditional
outdoor sports


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Marianna native in final trials for

U.S. Olympic triple-jump team
Event will be televised this evening
A 2002 Marianna High School
graduate has qualified for a chance
to be on the U.S. Olympic triple-
jump team in this year's summer
games.
Marianna native Brandon
Roulhac qualified Friday evening to
compete in tonight's televised final
trials that will determine who
makes the team.
The completion will be held in
Eugene, Oregon and is part of
NBC's Olympic coverage, which
will air from 6-8 p.m. central time.
Roulhac's mother, Marianna resi-
dent Yvonne Homrne, said Saturday
that she will be glued to the TV
starting at 6 p.m. sharp this evening.
Roulhac attended Albany State D I
University, earning his degree on a .
basketball and track scholarship, his Brandon Roulhac
mother said.


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Some things I just ain't gonna write about


BY BOB KORNEGAY


I was fighting to stay awake
during a writers' conference
seminar when the speaker
brought me back to conscious-
ness quicker than a steaming
cup of old Della Boudreaux's
chicory-laced, Cajun coffee.
"To earn the respect of
,today's diverse audience, we,
as outdoor communicators
must experience and cover
more frequently those non-
consumptive outdoor activities
we too-often neglect," he
declared.
In other words, "we all write
or talk too much about hunting
and fishing and not enough
about stuff that does not
involve catching and shooting.
Okay. The guy's probably
right, especially where,I'm
concerned. But, hey, I'm not
totally one-dimensional. I've
written about hiking, bird
watching, canoeing, and even
how to tell a monarch butterfly
from its viceroy lookalike.
But, where do I go from
there? What do I say and who
will read it? How many readers
do I have who participate in all
those "other" outdoor pursuits
that don't require a hook or a
bullet? And, given the chance,
would I advise them to take
part?
Take hang gliding, for
instance? I've done it and, if


you're a fool, so can
you. What else can I
say?
Hang gliding is a
cut-and-dried testi-
mony on behalf of
"not guilty by reason
of mental disease or
defect." If a caught-
in-the-act mass mur-
derer testifies in
open court that he is
also a hang-gliding
enthusiast, he should
be immediately .N
declared insane and
his jury dismissed. Bob Ko
' It did not take long
for a man born and raised in the
flat coastal plain region of
Southeast Alabama to realize
he has no business leaping off a
mountainside and trusting his
fate to a few straps attached to
a flimsy cloth wing. It took a
two-hour counseling session
with Dr. Jack Daniel to get me
over it. I actually should have
"consulted" the good doctor
before I jumped.
No, I'll not write about hang
gliding.
Likewise with whitewater
rafting. 'Been there and done
that, too.
Section IV of Georgia's and
South Carolina's Chattooga
River will kill you, plain and
simple. Those raging-water
scenes in "Deliverance" are not
movie magic, friends. They're


ornegay


the real thing. I per-
sonally did not
drown or bash my
brains out on a rock
for one reason: My
"pucker" factor
allowed me to clamp
down tightly and
hold the outer fabric
of that rubber raft in
a death grip. In fact,
the outfitter charged
me extra for the
irreparable crease
that remains in his
boat to this very day.
Uh-uh. You'll not


read about whitewa-
ter rafting here.
You can also forget bungee
jumping. I once overestimated
the height of a deer stand while
at the same time underestimat-
ing the length of my safety
line. The result was a 12-foot
plunge to earth at the end of a
14-foot nylon strap. Do the
math and then picture someone
of my mental ilk leaping from a
gorge-spanning bridge or rocky
crag.
Rock climbing, maybe?
Nope, don't think so. My son
and I recently scaled a high
rock wall* ascending from the
bank of a trout stream to the
trail above. I was just as young
as Kyle at the bottom, but a
great deal older upon reaching
the top. Still, the climb went
pretty well until about 30 feet
T


up, whereupon my "brilliant"
offspring cautioned me about
avoiding handholds that looked
like they might house resting
copperheads. Fine time for a
snake-safety lecture!
Even the "non-adrenaline"
pursuits can be hazardous
when I'm a participant. Once,
on a wildlife-observation hike,
I reached into a hollow tree to
extract a young flying squirrel.
I thought my hand would
emerge holding a cute, big-
eyed nature-baby. Instead, it
came out with a demonic, wild-
eyed vampire gnawing on the
index finger., I lost a nail, a pint
of blood, and gained a healthy
new respect for flying squir-
rels.
Put simply, I seldom write
about non-consumptive out-
door activities because I fear
them. With my track record, I
would seriously injure myself
just typing a story on, say,
mountain biking, let alone
doing it. I think I'll stick with
what I know best; at least until
I'm too old to bait a hook or
pull a trigger.
Besides, it's like Cletus
Monroe says, "You're uppity
enough writing' about Yankee
fish we don't know nothing'
about. We sure don't need you
tellin' us about how you swam
with them seals in California!"
Actually, Clete, they were
sea lions. But I get your point.


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Weekly fishing report

LAKE SEMINOLE - Bass ly, directly in the brush.
fishing is good for some anglers Bream are quite active and
using topwater baits early in the will readily take crickets, espe-
moming and late in the after- cially near creek drop-offs With
noon. Buzzbaits can be espe- structure present. Fish size is
*cially effective over submerged small overall, but numbers are
vegetation. Largemouths may good.
also be taken on Texas-rig Catfish will bite late in the
worms near wood structure. day on flats as they move into
Fish slowly and deliberately, shallower water to feed.
especially during the middle of Hybrids are inconsistent at
the day:. present.
A few crappies are being LAKE ANDREWS/CHAT-
taken in specific spots, but the TAHOOCHEE RIVER - The
crappie fishing is sporadic over- river is clear and the level
all. Anglers who know how to should remain stable over the
target the crappies this time of next week or so. Area creeks
year can still catch them. There flowing into the river are quite
is, however, little consistency. low.
Bream may continue to bite With the river stable, look for
in the shallow, sandy-bottom bass to bite topwater lures early
areas. Bream are also good tar- in the morning and possibly late
gets for fly fishermen early and in the afternoon. During the
late in the day in shallow water. middle of the day, largemouths
Catfish have been biting well may be taken near channel
early in the morning over hard breaks in spots where the chan-
bottoms. Live worms and pre- nel curves closest to the shore-
pared baits are good. line. Spoons and jig-and-pig
Hybrids have slowed some, combos may take a few of these
but a few schools may surface fish. Also .fish crankbaits near
late in the afternoon. .the mouth of any creek where
LAKE EUFAULA . - clear water is present.
Largemouths are most active Bream should be active, but
right now in deeper water near few will be caught using shal-
the river channel. Fish channel low-water methods. For the best
structure with big Carolina-rig results, drift-fish downstream
worms, deep-running from the dam, vertically drop-
crankbaits, and slow-rolled ping live worms or crickets on a
spinnerbaits. Bass may also be 'moderately heavy rig. The
caught early and late in the day bream will usually hold rather
on points. For these areas, use deep in a temperature comfort
Texas-rig worms and zone. Depth will be generally
crankbaits. Small Carolina-rigs consistent up and down the
may also be used to catch small- river.
er bass in deep water with wood Catfishing is fair overall and
structure. Early and late in the is best downstream from the
day are the best fishing times dam along bluff walls and near
overall, but channel bass may be sandbars.
caught at virtually all hours. , (Generation schedules, pool
Crappies are locked into their levels, and other such informa-
summertime pattern. Fishing for tion for area waterways may be
them can be fair to good on obtained by calling toll-free 1-
moderately deep flats just off 888-771-4601. Follow the
the river channel. Look for flats recorded instructions and access
areas with transient brush piles the touch-tone for the
and fish jigging spoons vertical- Apalachicola River System.)


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Montreal to another in Ohio,
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cer. Nadal once asked
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And there clearly is mutual
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Both speak in glowing
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takes between points.'
Said Federer about Nadal:
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more tough."
Said Nadal about Federer:
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all the time, very easy.
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In the 2006 Wimbledon
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close to breaking through,
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1-1 and 2-2 - but failing to
convert any.
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ting closer to Federer on
grass, the gap seems to be
widening on clay. In last
month's .French .Open final,
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games while handing Federer
his worst loss in a Grand Slam
match.
"Beating me or beating
Rafa .in a Grand Slam final,
you can really say the guy
deserved to win," Federer
said. "Beating your main rival
is always a big thrill."


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:._7f.l.. iS .i.. sll 6in 6., 50 272 3604 ..Business Equin 2.267,2 rcfl4- / - the CIlasitied " n.mahae .Garagell 0 Lk0 Call 5 Yel n. 260 np. bimir,r
AT ' TETo H "ALl tirn n .h B orIss pm Graceland Manor Apart- __ ___ __ B_ a,.lin 94 Bas- Uu . gvn l 66 BALINER 29ti Vo.uc
SGames and I control- , Th ochef Pizza Coo- A I/ments Rental tAssis- -37A 150 last SEik, BuR-.c[:,i C- errarage 260 euIg. lully lou
Ser$130 (850)2725558.ro- er& StarPizza Warmerook FARM/GARDEN tance on 1,2, &3 BR, HC Ouachita 15 ft. outboard trailer. $4750 334-596- stored, only 20hou w/tra er, low hours
S--- mokearoma BB Non-HC Apts. 850- 65 HP Johnson, trolling 1694 many extras. ike new. $13,900 OBO 687-8169,
XBOX HALO Edition with k 26 .444J.TDD I t;11 motor. Depth finder $27,900,334-475-3883. 33,9703-3138
You should fully 8 Games and 1 control- Coorwalkin-ooler S sI Broun St .Gr and more. $2700. OBO Jason 1986 bass boat 110
investigate the back ler $100 (850)272-5558. * d S alk.in-cooler vI e. FL 334-701-1408. Johnson motor, garage Classified
grounoof any compa- - * MetalShen i ruEu r.. . *&taier ME-C kept. good condition Advertising..
ny BEFOREpayinga . . . . .2 , *,ai lCa h0 C 1 E"Iir - u 1 Nitro750 '04bo:ai,,,:r 440 i i 4 o337 Can't Be Beat!
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caution i you areasked ." , . HP, Lik ne,, oBoatSleeps
tosend moneyorin r 3 . * t-'1-�4l. -,:., ..., 6 good cond., asking
calling "900" numbers., 3092.�Z ' . 1.C . - .-1079i FORSALEBSOW ER -- $12,00 0 C 334-718-
Allnumbers prefixed ' i -Baseball 1 set of KMC twin row 2 &3BR APARTMENTS & New4303's'ft . Nitr 07 q0HP. Bees 4.a 7 9054 3 7
by "900"are charged a k AdidasBaseball planters, 4 row. mount- MOBILE HOMES FOR 4BR,3.5 bath. $450,000. � water oni' 3 times
to callers on a per- Cleats ( Metl)35 call edbnapaulkframel RENT $525-$650/MO Fullinfo@www.inf- Over $1K t rthn of , - : t (2) YAMAHA'S '06 Wave
minuteorper-callba- (850)272-5558 or KMC 4 rowripperw/ (850)209-3591 otube.net#195636 electronics tc g we 1, r, runners 4 stroke eng,
sis. Some of these calls (80)5927284. lift assist wheel & the boat. ng .t Hui e lr v dual trailer w/covers,
areto numbers outside fertilizer attach. 1,000 2BR 1/ABA Townhouse in INDIAN SPRINGS $205K. someone to take o.-,er trailer '03 i" " no onda, excellent condition
ofare UnitedStates& gal nursetankmount- town, $595 damage dep. Nearly new 3/2 open payments. 229 22ri , - - ~mru.:r,2 lis. ilu8 010, $14,000 for both 334-
of the United Sternatesional CL H Versa Cli EMPLOYMENT edontamdemtrailer lyr lease no pets 850 floor plan on 1.6 ac.- 1910.Huner 2004 6. e ne Call 334806822 687-0875
expensiveinternational CL108s are charged to H Versa Climber t 334-790-5077 482-5134 w/fishing pond in back- a. .- , Seit *ip a.aI,
ratesarecharged to Exercise Machir yard. www.shooaffor- Marquis '77 w/1990 rebuilt able, in Port St. Joe, FL
yourphone bill. per $550 call (6F0a.92 farm Pro i)4 2J20 Bush. ' - * . da com850209045 90 HP motor trollin mo- great weekend get-
THIS PUBLICATION 7284 or (850)272-5558 ng. o. blade i 400 0 tbr & fish inder. 3,000 away, Detailed pics & EARN EXTRA
makes every effort to Gazelle Edge by Tr, ne. 334 347 1498 obo.334-475-3272 info upon request. $70K
listthechargesforthe great cond. $100 e%204- . GanOy 4r ro ,nSe,:rmo ,1.i? Remuaeled 16c0 q. Classifieds... 850-653-8147. LvMsg
reader. Remember, if 1315 . - . .applicator double . Office Space For Rent, See what it'sall Fisher 2008 1754, 40HP 4
you have any doubts, E boxes, for two chemi- Clinton St. $1200/mo. -about! stroke mercury, ta-
investigate! Gazelle Edge: By Tony cals mounted, on tool 850-573-0960 - . . - . - T chometer, humming-
Ifitsounds too goodto Little, Great condition 6 *.4 ,- '_it. bar. Good condition. BUILDER/OWNER bird 565, live well, bilge
be true, it probably is! months old. $50. 850- Driver trainees needed.. $650.229-758-3146 3 NEW HOMES pump, $11,200 334-798- aS newspaper carrier
Your Better Business 9-1315 . No CDL? No Problem! John Deem 6210 Want to sell GREAT LOCATION , 0010
Bureau Is an excellent Earn up to $900/wk. J Dr e 6210 your automobile? GREAT LOCATION
source of information. Home weekends Tractor, cab & air. 1800 PRICED TO SELL Chaparral '04 198XL 185
noanonr Ehv 0 i eEvPnrude wth TraLer a Deliveries between 1:00 am &
1-800-824-5274 endorsed CDL Training. o2e.793-4nie.Classified Ad $4000._334-693-9360
Couch, loveseat, chair, 1-866-280-5309. 9-793-4222 Today Caravel '97 21 ft., Mer- 6:00 am. Must have.
S e b $1 . Place ourad Masse Feuson 1Bal24 850-526-8367 Malibu Skier '01 Sporster cruiser 240 hp, -, dependable transportation,
Dinin. g TleGorgeous www.dothStaiecom 012@�5_ ' d cond. loaded $19,000 Kept matching tan val car insurance &
GRnn OOmTable, Gorgeous, 1BO5334-313-2367 . -1dem trailer w/ pressure
GREAT If 4 454'in ihb 06 bk LED lighting, drvers license.
Local Retail Businessoli pine w / highback Local drivers: Full or part Vicon' Tedder, 12ft mow-b,
For Sale. Tarn Key Op bench $75. 850-526- time.DClean CDL only er, & ftal ev cad. d ien Very Nice 3/1 Stove Legend '04 Pass Boat low hours, NEW BABY
Feration Only Business 3365. (850)263-0313 . Hollaho round baler.R. Fride DW,W/D hook- 3BR/1.5BA BEACH house 225 Mercury, low hours, ONLY REASON' BOAT IS
erait's kind in town. 85-Diningtable, ry ii ite 25 ft gooseneck up, mcl. lawn $825/mo near Mexico Beach on yellow, mint cond., FOR SALE, $11,900 080, Come andfillout a
of it'skind in town. 850- Diing table, solid cherry, 23 .r 66274 850-526-3355 Hwy 98. $550/wk. (850) $13,500, (334) 790-1350 Call 334-618-3957 Come yand filloutan
209-3544 wood base, Ig. rec 482-2539application at the
125.850-557-1394 - CARE STAFF FOR'ADULTS WITH Jackson County Floridan
Papasan chair, and stool, ENVIRONMENTALSITE RECREATION DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES 4403 Constitution Lane
col(from Pier 1) snatural COORDINATOR III 4x5rolls of hay, 2 & 3 RMI ttondle. LeonAdvocacyandResource Centerhas awful Mariannl- Florida
(flor cushions $50. m P t VIVO,. charios: timein-home supports position available intthe
I 0 8 42 56, 3eorgia-Pacific, LLC.. 85058-1008 un8r .vn t u Marianna area. Staff work 3 days on/3 days off,
urjd u..; d b-. n Hoforgd, FL . s in 0and are required to-sleepiat the house atnight
1a r-. cn ,ma,-e b, need of an experi- Coastal Burmuda Hay, Private furnishedbedroomsareprovided ene
I S.1 ". - LOdorn. 7(, 8 6', enced Environmental $4/bale Custom Baling. 3 2 C H A 1 r, . ]atfed risd rabes p osreq ye .O COUNTY
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b,, jrmT. * o .unO, include Bachelor of Advertising 638-11 - I Youcanfaxyourworkhistoryto(850)422-0824. or E
Er " - i 0r,850.2m.-6.]33 or Science Degree, min- YOfrsorC 3/2 within city limits, , call (850)422-0355. NEEDS AT ONCE.
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long t e ll lneroeo~t Esc ebu1 St. Malone. No pets or /White. 2-cy00 160 H( r f0 the fo lowing area in .
Oscar Rd Named Contat Stac Hines smoking. 5699884 o 557- Fair cond $3800 OBO Assstant Head Mechanic Jackson County:
BOunyRea rd ITo Visit Visited ,.".'.04i,662 :'0 3343 334-695-2939 Muts hav. h,gh .-cnool diploma 01 GLD. Including rn o T
100 N es 1 OEM/F Fresh Peas Btter scom-.6066 Victoria Triton20051753 Cr or uplementd by urse ork m n automot
rl-Rd 3/L brick $650 mercury 60HP, 4 SIroue metnanes, end 30o 5 yrS c-o. as0 an Automote
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LOSTSat 8-5Mother. 2622 C hoctaw Assistant (OPS- Must obby Hewett Grand $12500 0 80-547 Starting salary $31,497.00/yr. Must have a valid
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-...r,-,-t "-, . i steer operator, operate . Tomatoes & Peppers. - -80 48'."' w kinma System, books, magazines anr d $at0e
, , feed equipment, etc.). Bring your own bucket!7 materials available to e blic. Must have pe month after gas
SApplications can be days/wk.592-5579 working knowledge of the library's filing system
Want Live in house- * N I Research & Education utler beans. wta.g sry w be /h is isat U
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Small 22 Revolver, good for ADULT CATe 34522-375. American Red Cross EVOC va lid FL drivers i Come by and fill out an
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503 506o/ 506 _C f ; 509T i V 60052; bei s, 600 m s 6 1t 600 S nAr iej 6 624' Pick4up 6ucks 62
I - u 1. i* Damon '96 Daybreak Kawasaki 750 ATV, like Chevy 2005 Cavalier. Tan, Chevy '99' Camero Z28
Motorhome. 31 ft. new, bumper, specialty PS, PB, am/fm radio w/ t tops 90k mile .
Clean, sips 6. Great package, Allo Wheels, w/cd player. 53,284K. $65,.,03 34.32.1100 2 * -
cond. Comes w/ 2-whl Call (334) 333-2988 $6,500.. Call 334-671-
car dolly. 334-792-0619 Kawaski '07 Mean Streak 4214 or 334-596-0214 4 " . li
Chevrolet '92 Sprinter, 20 Special Edition. Under Chevy '32 Original body U603 l
ft. self contained Motor 500 miles, extras in- & frame, 350 engine, AT L
Honte. Great for camp- cluded, $9500, Call Trans., extras! Must 19 i; CADaLLIC Ela..rad,d
ing, hunting, fishing. (334)899-4247 see to appreciate! Seri- Restured, rmint condr-
30ft. Hunter Sail Boat, '95 Westport by Fleet- $6700,334-762-2541 ous Inq. only. $20,000 Honda '05 Civic EX Spe- Mitsubishi '92 3000 GT tion, garage kept, 96K Chevrolet '98 Z71 P/U
turn key Live Aboard, wood, 34' 2 slides, rear Ninija 2004 250EX 1o obo.334-372-4122 clal Edition, Fiji Pearl VR-4 , Red, 5-spd. 6-cyl. miles $9,000 229-334- Fleetside - Ext. cab, 3 *to,
great weekend get kitchen, hardwood floors, 34' Allegro, 1990, 37,000 miles334-828-1701 Blue, 5 spd. 36500 mi., AWD; 98,000; Loaded 8719 Dr 98K mi., Very Clean, Crew, Auto, 4WD
away. Many upgrades, good condition, $14,000 miles. New tires/ex- Polaris 90cc '06 reen heavy '89 Caprice Classic $13,500,9198442586. PB. PS, A/C. AM/FM askin $9995 OBO. 334- mi Chrome
Pt. Saint Joe, FL., $18K 687-2684,334-703-0125 haust/brakes. Excel Grelaris 90cc '06, ~ l Brougham. Very clean, ,iie,, l.-ai-ithir nr.r-* 790 .i364.33 9 95 0 334 14000 m a Chromra .y
OBOCal850-227-4034 cond. $10,500 OBO. 334- G-c"-16 rides great MUST SELL! �'L R un' well. very clean. 1001' mi" PD 52K Like
2006 custom park model 565-3160/504-0223 $1,800. Call: 850-557- fl1 - Crvai Sna. l . Ch 06 Z71 4. 34900 Call
2000, 23', Aquasport, Log Cabin,used 3 SUNF 2008 50CC, moped, 6345 L 334-94.. Cr. r. l1 . 34.6846291
w/200 Johnson Ocean months perfect for lake 28 ft. Allegro, well main- street legal. $800 334. Bos. PSRo OvD, �
Runner, Great condi- lot, hunting cabin or tained, new tires, fully street ega. $800 334 -cond R n, F.4 . Supr
tion $15500 Pease mother in law suite on loaded, new paint, in- 79325248 00. Ca 334 29 C__. CD. mi
ca1334-791-2609 your lotready to door kept. $12,500. CallSUZUKI 1500 '01, BLACK. 3331 00. 89
mSove.l$33,900. 00 o 334-792-8018 or 334-800 nm . Lk k c" Ci. $ i 0 91 87
k251)654 5586 792-8827 $5500. 334-470-0237. Ca. ." 05
SGulf Spneam Caar Victory 1099 1500, SK Chevy'94 Camaro. CO3 erhl 334 s . C -l . Asking Sl0.500. Ca
pl di.G o L.ltepar 6, American made b,he Blue. .dan , 7 spa . .4.-924 94 .266. 112
6p- *in e,,:l e .n fic..nd r full $6000 Firm 334-6 18- 6 cyl r WO L, ed. .
_.__. __ 791 145.47steerino CD A/C JEEP Wrangler '00, yel- Mi3su-slh, Ecoese ' .
,0,) 134 .27.0 o3g, Yamaha 02' Zuma Scoot- run swelnewtires low, 5-spd. 6-cyl. 4 WD. GT.V6.Load .Inr.6di
2,.1 Du5nmren Clas.,sc er. 6400 mi. 125mpg TTops very clean, 45,000 miles, Power ,:. nirr heats.0. . avaI. .
3Irt. 2 lides. 1.. bath. Windshield & luggage Greatcond.$400. brakes, Power steer- $1900..John 334.1.97-
19ft. Sports Deck Boat Satellite. W/D hookup. rack,excel. cond $160. 6 334-618-3414. 1Aing, CD, A/C, AM/FM, 0 420orl uon -4-16-01 Ch-e, 04' Aalhr, .e ZI.
'05,90HPMercuryw/ Exc. cond. Like new. 850-352-4723 runs well, low miles, E ,'elleni ,:ont,,Ior.
stainless steel prop. $17,500.334-671-0312. 1997 Four Winds Class C, Fair condition 10,000, 6" ,isan 02 Pairlnde.r SE F.uII , d1E-1' ;86
passengers, Depth 31 ft, A/C, stove, micro- Yamaha '04 YFZ 450. Chevy '96 Caprice 4-door, lift procomp 35's 334- Loaded w . ophol.ns E. . ;.0, Call 034.67.
finder trolling motor, wave, fridge, sofa, di- Many after market white, burgundy int. 1 701-0338. clnr. $12,000 334.447 Cevrolet '57 Bel-Ar, 4 133,797531
elec.anchor, boat cov nette. $24,900. Call 334. parts. $3200. 334-726- owner, exc. cond. 129K 0053 Chevrolet 57 BeAIr 4 Ford '02 F-150 74k miles.
er,heavydutytrailer. 791-1450. 5424. mi. $4,750. 334-886- door, new eng. & paint, ~i . excellent t conaltc.n.
$8,500. 334-983 4941 2003 Keystone Cougar Yama '07 V Slr 650CC. 306 ilull lar a, ..5 a . cot n, r.sd T 4DR, solid while . fully
or15 Quahita Dbl Hull, 3 5TheelW Series 276. 494-3344 Colorado 05', 6 pBY
I0r. g ,,r, $18.500 OBO8 trying i1 514.1f,). Cal34l91-1860
1994 Master Craft Pro50 HP EFs 28 ft w / livingdes, excelmh 2003 YZ2. 2 46500Kmi.Lode, n Crewcab, 36K, exc..i ,14-6 ,4,3-5
Star 205, Immaculate, roomslide. Great cond.it ,* '4-Cro r"o 6 1 cCLA, i LSSIFIEDS
With some accessories leave a a 334-702-8267. Yam. 0 Vah .0" pes v Nhsanr" na ie ,






de,480GPS/fish 2921 Palma. 2 sldes. 1V, Rims, Al Car. WAS $20K Chevy '95' ext cab, 4X4 Loaded wDo'wer
ro.Readtofish 8Amelite Travel Trailer dolley & all furnishings 1100, 3100 miles, war- b ne.a. , . alum num wheels Ing, CD, C, AM/FM,
334-794-9766 /790-9422 d e.Pnd s 0 3 - e' S6.500 Call n) 18,000. 347 970 00. 3347912609r er
-- 7 $1324002, asking $10k 850---.. l3 5 fime.3 ..3.77.0 cl494-3344L , | clean, warranty, Like
15' Quahita Dbl Hull, 3 5TH Wheel, 2BD, - , . .Lexus '00 LS-400 Bla 'OsmtI , rle 20:0 rr.ie. hevy Colorado 0








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sweater, Johnson 50 HP. 1.BA, 2 slides, excel- a 200 Y ZI2. 2A 46500sm. Loade n lo r -l00 r rea. Crewcab, 36Ko exc (,ttr
outboard motor andon 272-2845 $19,5004 Pace Arrow 37 C, , roOrange $37,900 /ffr suool, dntiac f00Grand. a/c, auto,





$t o rk1 m o4 t800.o eOr u Plea e-t dual.t C eratrailer covers, Ife (814) 397-7146 C ell You Name It... 4DR GT. AT, AC every5 a
Trailer. Make4-598-2675 an Offer. $18,000334-695-1159 Work Horse Chassis 130 for both Grey, 6-sd.6-c K. 334-714-1142.ClassiiedHast!!! option). 104k mi. . Ford 79' F100, runs goodat
tow car,ondition93,000, Cavery 229-759-9974dsmobile'78.Needs . Che spray in liner cat.. ith m$1200 atc OBO g ARE
'08Triton 18ft. Explorer 1995 Shasta Travel Trail- (334)618-0717 Yamaha 2005 Raptor 660 Great cond. $17K. 334- minortune up andclean Re or. $14,495.. 334-7922938 topper 4 WD. Crew
w/llHPMercury er 22 ft.,850625sleeps 4, extras, low hours 96-1810. m inter334-803-3058. or 334-701-5129 r,
Optimax. 71 pound motor $5500, Call (334) 794- '03 Class A Monoco La $4000.334-677-3738.I 1 CndmRstRsell. CrWa Cger v ' c 4 Loaded, power
guide, 4800GPS/fish 2921 Palma. 2 slides. 1A/1're. - l .ddt- Rims, Al. Car. WAS $20K Chey 95' ext cab, Loa
Sbath I 1997, Kasead street. c Yamaha 2006 V-star . - Excellent NOW $17di334-793-1902 loaded lots of chrome, brakes, power steer





Prowler *04 5th Whl 2 ready, includes helmet, Mazda 04 RX8, 62,000 tion, lots of perform- ord '68 F100 step side, CabTruck.Lodedwith
ftnder, Mustainseeess steel ' Amerilite Travel Trailer driven, garage dolley & all furnishings 1100, 3100 Runs great. Bora miles, e upgradewar- great shape, new motor extrasluminum wheels in$18,000.850-594-g, C, A/CAM/FM
prop. Readytofish 21/ ft. Fully self con- (dishes, towels, etc.) ranty, $6200 OB, 334- Pun br, n. 334- Dodge'7OChallen ger $4500. A 334-791-2609 stereo, low miles,
$18,600334-774-5421-.oor tai4ed, Used once. Pd r 3444 Coupe $4400. excellent leatherr int. very
334-790-1346. $13,400, asking $10k 850- $75K. 334-790-3480 793 5621o r 334 797 9152. .,nd. 77.000 w-,. ci:r I clean, warranty, Like
...a 5;1S L 77 2 .16L a ar Pornt ac 64a Trs c '1 le, l. r no. .1ne. $31,500. Call
$06 B O W 19 Prowlesi verry 512 .. '" " LEXUS '02 LX470, Pearl ram air hard top con- barl.3,:y,. 8dr, w8nu. 850-627-1516.
:618 l4e1 ,, upm r da w, e l new . r.. . . 55 351 5W white, SUV. A uto. 8- vertib le, 2 sweater. Very o ai e7,'na, lt.,r e.e
-. ".ot so51 a s cyl. 40 WD. 85,000 mi, rare car $6,500 334792- . r Ford '00 F-1a50aratit
Work -n- Pla2006' res, battery, etc. A '04 Big Dog Ridgeback, Corvette 3LT26K LOADE, Great cond. 4100or334-618-9101. brush guard. 103kmi.
S a must see, $7995 850- Hard-tail, 11,000 mi, 2004 2 YAMAHA Wave Miles, GPS, GlassTop, $24,985,334-798-5271. $9,000.Ca334-693
Bumper pu, mel toy hauler, 272-2845m d ,Po $249'. $,0Cl3 9
sleeps 6-8 a Exc.Cond., $19,500,334-648-2425. Runners, 4 stroke eng., Orange $37,900 / Offer Pontiac '00 Grand Prix. : . 5454, leave message.
$ leeps 6-,t Ec.Co n d. , Hdual- trailer covers, life (814) 397-7146 Cell You Name it... 4DR GT. AT, AC every5 4 esa. . s I m t
$14,800. . Pease12005 CRF 150 F Honda, Jackets $13,000 for both Classified Has Itl, option). 104k mi. . - le . Ford 79' F1O0, runs good
ca11334-598-2675 good condition, very 229-759-99747 eImmaculate cond . for log tru 95 orji r aL. $1200 OBO call 850-209-
Sprinter 1999 5th wheel aow mileage, $2,000 Lexus '95 LS400, runs $5,800. 334-677- 7748, 124K.T . - D4en c .r, 2614
27ft, with slide out 687-3275 or 850-625- sgoome wrd , $2600L 1989, Call1ogne.sY38325.ex-t Jmr.r.t.. or









w 325 lt ora e 3a sn tgood, all options, needs 334- D d803- . 13058. . ,d., ,l
room, fully loaded siih 3965 T AnSPORTAtIONd some work, $2500, Call -4 '0034 ransiAe, 04.40(314$1,133431.84,or
roto, fl la0d3e - h 3 sTRANSPORTATION . (334) 792-4100 or 618- Pontiac 4'00 Trans Am, - e 494.3555 - .
8new hitch. $950) 4. 87 mi. per gallon Scooter. 9101 red loaded leather, 6 "".'
80-3058 Ui i 1997, Kasea, street A spd. Excelrent Condi- 5r,7,2O$ , S,0 v), 1 Fya Pe
eProwler u'04 th 2 0 m v'ready, clues helmet,F . Mada 'R8E20 to ord '68 F1stoep side, Cab Track. Loaded with
1277r.s@weca.net ad driven, garagemiles. Runs great. Borla a n c e u pg rde sHarley David great shape new motor extras $1800. 850-94-
























er, sleeps 7 as or smoke, no pets, 38K Red, 7K mi, dwarrany, dae .. 'f ext. side, R swing barn Burgandyw/ beige ord 97 F150 XLT Suer
elMany extrasic fridge, heat- mi. Must Sell! $68,500 $19,500 nego. $865.all 3 i 96 F oo FORD TAURUS Cat-back exhaust. Take $13,000. 334-447-859 18K mi. black, MSTA 3282

























Ma*t awn 0 ,8 638-7920 or 7 1459 30outgesm d n 23 ex7t cond$. 22 O 334-671-7r c - dl e t
Callco334-714-0210 ra 11 at3414-094 Core amero'93 convertible over pts. $19k owed. or447-8598. $6,000. 33467erado s re
electric awnin $35K, 334-693-0540 Z-28 new crateeng. rad , n aniv addition 850-557-6199 3772. ChevyCamper shell, one yr. od. $ 1 6,8 0 0 3 3 47 0 1 - Diesel, White, 68K
selling for heath rea- rley D irinn 0.33r632-rednewtires & Potiac '01 Bonneville s 99, Blac 8555/334-685-6233 miles. $23,000. Truck. Loaded with






























Slide outs exc.d condo. 334- C miles.i334-693-0540 806-7578 35' liv clean msme & c a n 0 5 FOUR24"RIMS 39K, $11,000. Please crew cab, 81K . Retir-
Outba6ck90631. R - 35L'od W i nebego a 99Brave 35- iaq,-eort . ral twoi ,. 00c", b l berf recent tune up Mazda 1991 MX6, auto, white, 6-cyl., CD 115k extras $18,000. 850-594- Ford '01 F15OSuperCab































6h I .te1on w dvi l Harley Davidson '94 Ul- Caprice .91 Chevy 4- i d Klikmie Looksw (em.er$15,900' (85)12d09012f no cal 334-726-0729 . cy r
Le $16,900 $00 34 C Wing r, , t s lot rd 16.500 850-332-0065 ora flly loaded 167k miles ml. Very clean, good 628 Lariat, loaded, leather
-451 w M 35k' mi les, Alcoa wheels 34--4lots of etras, $12,000 O OLn udrver0I ao.com $ 12400 Must see 334- sond.e $5000 OBO. 334- ynew 6X30 pro- C y 334-774-2940S,,ra CD Player $9500.
















Nash 2004 5th wheel M- new tires, gen., acks, 334-671-4281. 648GT, 3-3171. Grand Mar - 1604. F ancin utaia rul
24-53, 1 slide, impres- $33,500 obo, 522-3564 Corvette Convertible 93' 49' Refer, trailer, 2 side cab, 2 wheel drive, bed 0 AvailableWAC.
sive condition and Seabreeze Class A 95', L O U Red leather, 70K miles. Mercedes 2005 St 500 Pontiac '06 GTO, 6.0, doors, roll up back cover. Towing pack. Call John334-797-0420
Extras customized light $14000.blue, blackO . Please silver/ash 1 oaded 400HP 24,000 miles, door, ck start, used 71k mi $6900 334-701-miles, CD, 4x4exorJason334-714-1601
equipment W-07 Sil- good condition Mnu, Acura Integra Saver int., premium sound, $47500ew ins3346851070 black n/out, one owner for cooling produce, ex- 3453 Fo850- tired 98' F, V8, Automat-
















tal travel package, let's 64900 A n H3 mile. $25,500bu0.I33 9 t motor, sunroof- C sp,2 ,0 m 8k mies, $9,500. 850- lhevy '04 Silverado LS, ec o 334-
discuss price. 334-70 4 e Corvette Co pe 1987.sONLY 3752/850-557-6666 motor w/ old motor Ext. cab. Clean, loaded. ./door/mirror. reg. cab,
















Fleetwood Scorpion '06, Electric Igniton Waer Call(334)596-1694 .B Retirin an reasna- p moon roof leather 60K, Auto, $11,995.00 pwual miles. chrome whs, K
4315popup mounted n a eater 32 ble offer accepted, we cond. $4500 FIRM 334- DVD r i. Please ca ll 334-774- exc.miond. $45800, Call (330-594-


















-- r Tank, Heated (334)984-2044 cleand new 26, r ord '. 7 Focus, 22k mi., miles, 1 owner, $3500, Tyoa 00 Crla CE', colorw/tanleather
Montana 2005 ih Wheel. Tacrme 05 Shadw 7blck 334-714800 factory r nty, all the serious only 334- . 5.when l 8Kmi.fullyloaded,
4 slides, kinq be BTUe r oi. 334A 71 4 160 tcsled. e 34 -393-21092 7 90' For1 F33 o,'( u 2 ,8'4 F. Chevy '02 Silverado L..S.
4c.ellent cnkinl.n e 3 Fsio 2on $58 O eg 5. L 2it . t $plcab, 2504HD 73K
$34,500 OBO 6 e5054r. Harley Davidson '06 Dlr, BMW es 04 sae r aoete 25 Dsur7 ' l ,nZo nl , A/C lo , ut 6l 260Z h;tth , .adeNL



















2808FLEETWOOD W eGlid05 Prowle Hitch adoll N rome, Vance r We are .selling theai Mercury Grand Marquis Tow pkg, Alu Whis, Power steer, CD, A/C, Ford 04 XLT Super Cab,
WnitePearl, 6-$80 . 6.p Garaged. e'C. rI- , r ed gSo 14- '1. 7-683. 1 ,( I m. SBll850v94 cp.l tl
BUYITshower 30/50 A real Converters .000rk 695-9269mi. Like new Ne c. 4 80 4g Low mils Call 4s.Foot Rail $18k 334- $15,000, all (334) 794-
seeLat$ E,naust, Saddle 3g. 9276 c.r 34 3935829 Taurus, black, 3347189617/6710492 790-4509.r 0751
FN729T , Please Call 334- ackrest, Luggage Cadillac 03 DTS Factory Ford 02 Mustang, Mercedesr 5605L6 Convert- 1989 4 BUY Mea Dodge xt.95 Ram 1500 w/ Ford 7 XLTror... 2
t -VISION '06 Trail-Lite 26ft Rack. 2yrs left on ext. Navigation, DVD, night Dark-Red, Coupe. 5- burgundy tan leather:Pontiac'200iGrand AM, Mileage apprx. ;1,200' ex. twir- caps,or.. ovd
Montana 02' thwheel fullyloaded ow mileage warranty. Bike is flaw vision with heads up spd 78000mble, auto, fully loaded K 300 er shell 203K mi. Supercab 4x4 Diesel.







































c4 3Fo5rwind fs .8Ch2teau 20 miles. Showroom 8-cyl(4WD Ford '2002' Taurus SE, all immaculate. $18,000. Red, - AC AT .D V-6.,,.000334-803-0364 Maroon and grey. 6,000
ider, like new! Include's condition. Backrest / 66000 XM, Onstar, dash CD sticker beautfuns45962692.de & out AM/FM. Rea Clen 2497,334-797-1730. ool bmi. Goosox, b ma.eneck ball in



















id m mounted space nation system. Priced at 4784.ak w / a, L idwetd seo. leant2hr00. 0BO.------- TheB leatPdts- Feight ! n"0' 0ies $, 5 0 b-ed Ex60.e





















h aea outsnon-smok0r & pet i d. $8700. 334.445. ean cp:o i-4so10 Fordo2005 Mustang V-6 inW0 3thu1 66n9. 3699220.
lea *h 10. rHonda Rancher 2 WD w/n o e . e o us Mitsubishi .06 0 Eclipse Classified Ads $o2n90r v GCMMass'97 5^"^o Bd.C bin
generator w/ns652deelectric shiftre- to. Like new Chtoroofmemor/heated $6500 NegPh Call33468406r. Reducedto spd 4655060 series, ing, any reasonable of-
mote, $25k , Ford 1991 Class C, rebuilt 850300085096-8209-4447 Re $14,000.334692-55 09,8 . 4 , Dodge 97 4-wheel drive, te
Prow593-6946LexingerCamper, onan00 2ft A/C, od KAWASAK05KLX110 Domiles, excellent out on t Ford 64 Thundebird tints, Exc con320 SLPB Low model '05 CJ Rayburn for log truck or long haulT ext cab, V-8x ond 334.Tr-and Whte2126
sdtidn, $14,750 OBO, mileage. Call 334-774- & 28' ft. inclosed bawl- $9000. 850-638-7290/850- Bed cover, 26K mi., w/BlackLeather.





















g.sldeout38, conslides, full body paint P$,00,lk e new, exc. Quality Motors 334 82K mi, 1 owner $4000 334-333-7555. ls more. Great A/C Crew Cab Z-71 39k guard tool box. $5,695. lae e
Lake Semiatole, shaded 11K miles,nance.3347935248 cond (334)4454304 like new. ill ra. allr. many extras. 334 527-2229. miles, leather, d, 334-393-4946.MC 06 Canyon, 5 cyl., 17K
RV spaces, water & $62,900 more info 334- 7102 OR3)4.797.2) Mce e' - 355-0298. Condition.$31,500
sewer $10,500ncuded, $150 703-250 or(334)791-8549.78org. mi. white, well sel, tool btransmissionxspeed, 305 V8, co mi. loaded like new
monthly, $100 deposited 8 69 Hler 0 Cadillac '94 Flee Ford .maintairned,nhaveall 27k miles. $23,500, Call A/C great shape, Reg ViewPicsl7www.
month Bghm.iler service records. 334-673-4852 Cab, $3700, 850-482- My-We inco






















98 Coasidehmentn Santara. D cnttder 00h D i uairty2 Motors. 334- 13r3.oo9 Hre ated seat$11.990 4596 autem207; l- 66 o80
Jayco 2001 pop up camp- loads of extras, no Screaming Eagle RO. Ford 95' Mu850656stan72Co2. i w/manua shift Chevy 04' Tahoe Z71,
er, sleeps 7, gas or smoke, no pets, 38K Red, 7K "mi, warranty, . - - triaxle 16 ftc body Burgandyw/ beige 1Ford '97 F XLT S er













































rear queens, sleeps TireTwin ake daughter over seasB Ford '98 Taurus, 119,000 Windows&Doorlocks, shades for Fback seats, e
electric fridge, heat- -mi., Must Sell! $68,500 $19,500 nego. 'all 3134 Cadillac "96 FIeefWiOc, FORD '02 TAURUS SES. door. $21,900, 334-685- leather, 83k miles, Cab, Triton V-8,
/cooling system, awn- OBO, (850) 638-7920 or 714-5940. Broutgham Edition, 22" excellent condition. 2772 or334-671-7632 steering wheel con- mond plate tool box,
ing.$4800334-794-7103 850-596-475 Harley-Davdson 2000 rims exc334-796-9929. mi 78K fully loaded V6, $26 000, Catros, 3rd row seating bed lier, bed extender,
Jayco "08'" Eagle 5th heritage soft-tail, pearl asking $6400 000, OBO334"688"5156uSaturn '07 Aura XR, 9,800inw/center bucket seats, exc. cond., $6900, 334-
tains chairs, base- 3 white,' lots of chrome, (33(334)3795118 mi., li899-8448ke new Financinwhte, 33thr, 4-70-8555/334-68 6dsc cd charger in07 5500 Diesel, Alli-
slides, with coverseat extra seats. $15,000 Camero '08' Malertibu LTZ, Caohn334-797-0420 6233 -- Ford Custom-built son, cruise, tilt ar, 11






















ec rianiwhite, 5 sp.,Interor Damon Dae Break 01 up MUST SEE , Kawasaki 06 ZX10R , acptro oason334-714-1601 Volvo 04 V70, 2.5turbo Chevrolet . S-10 Crew d. on tow truckload- Weste D
38cti awningos334-693-0540 Z-28 new crate reng. orade pkg, 6 disc c a$21,1500E0o,334-522-3564 Camper, shell, one yr. ol.c $6,800334-701- Diesel, White, 68K













































Sw$42,500. 3. Please5miles, Great condo , ' c $15000w dual air climate control, Condition, loaded, or 334-794-2426 (302)545-1158
selling for health rea- , 6 1cr rFits F-150'99 Black 8555/334-685-6233 miles. $23,000. OBO.























Ssons334-791-4192 Harley-Davidson 200 1 $ 6,900.334-68 Camero, race Jeep'05 Grand Cherokee. (850)m, 24209-3453 K mi.,memory seats, CD/ca- extended warranty
o 3 3 2 883 sportster hugger Camper Top for F-350 Ford, exc. cond., $17,900 obo, Mercury '00 Grand Mar- Toyota '05 Cainry, 4 door Like new. $600. Call Call 334-726-4821
2007 19ft. Pilgrim Lite or (334)794-837671-1735 quis white w/ blue in- tan, auto., sunroof, cd 334-347-2717. Ford Chevy 2004. Enclosed GMC 07 21500500 Dur4x4amax.
Travel Trailer, like new Astream '93 34 ft. deisel Kawasaki 2006 KFX70 0 1/8, beautiful car miles.MustSell!or, clean inside& changer, all pwr. like FOUR 24" RIMS 39K, $15,000. Please $8,000. Crewcab, 8 ft. bed.tr-
likeng $10,900, all 64.000K mi. exc . $3,300334-714-0756 $12,500. 334-687-9788 $15,999.OBO out, 85K mi. Looks& newaranty $17300 m 334- 334-726-3136 Call 334-774-8731 o$15900r Loaded! $30,000. Call
with water front view Harley Davidson '94 U- Caprice 91 Chevy 4-dr dries$1200 IRM 482-2636. 701-855w/ Ca 5/334389-37 (85 93002093. 797-5130. a pted, We334-714-0210.are
Lake Eufaula $19,000 Four Winds 5000 '00, tra-Classic lot of extras new paint, Burgundye n Michelin tires. $6,300. Toyota '07' Corolla CE, answer leave message Chevy 1994 Z-71 Silvers- selling them sll!
OBO334-793-0021. white, Auto. 8-cyl. 2 .& chrome. Must see., & out. Good cond 96K334-714-4Serious inqresonlyr Toyotl s t Crola nys do, 174k 7iles, $4000 Quality Motors. 334-
WD. 88,300 miles, Great $9,500.334-798-4346. $4,200. OBO or trace S334-714i4510i or 334- reasonab le offerac Vestil, new 6'X30' pro- 080 334-7742940 664-2126
condo. 28Feet, AM/FM Harley Davidson '98 1200 4-93-989.793-3334.ted, We are sei table ramp for sale o
CassettepStereo,rCableFd themsill ty Mo0 long term lease. $9,500. Ford '99 Lariat 'F250, Su
TV Hookup, TV Antenna extras, customized light blue black neither cur 3 GS, 1 owner, like tors.334-684-2126 229-869-1008, Dually. Cummins Turbo per Duty, Big Truck
Tkc-t1Diesel, 69k miles, CD, 4x4, ext. cab, V-10, 38"
Telephone Jack, Sky- Manual, Gas Saver. int. premium sound, new inside/out, only 'Cruise, $20,500. 850- tires, 8" lift, 105k ml,
eight, LPG & CO Leak ,$4300.334-984-2044 loaded, 5 p.,20,700 ml' 28k miles, $9,500. 850- MIT T. .I 6526-2290 days, eves. exc. cond. $14,900. 334-
Foot Refrigerator with.Glide Custom Chrome 19Sl t T a' eu Gy Dodge '04, 1500 Quad Ford '03 Ranger XLT 4 dr

Freezer, 6 Gallon & Paint, sharp, $90313. Ford '06' Taurus SE V6. tion owaon, leather all 2 WD. 42k ml. Loaded, ca6,EAu to,$1950 pwhbl sat C K
Scorpion '06, Eectric Ignition Water Call (334)$596-1694 Retirin, any reasOna- Power,d ow miles, exc. moo roof, leathe.1r,.Please al3377 m. ,$8300,34)
popup mounted on a Heater, 32 Gallon ble offer accepted, we coed.a$4500 FIRM 334' OV ,ntit.re call 334-774- mi., $8300, Call (334)
trailer. Kitchen, bath, Freshwater Tank, To- Honda '05 CR85R Moto Chevrolet '80 Corvette', are selling them all 797-4828 warrnly Gr cndI 389-3071
ramps $14K. Call Bla- let, Sink & Shower, 25 cross Dirt Bike, exc. Maroon, Auto. 2 WD. Don't wait! Quality Mo-$290arrny 3r-126. Fdrd__07_150__________
kely229-723958.IGallon Wastewater cond.,Ready to Race! Power brakesMercury Marquis
Tank, 22 Gallon Grey First $1100 takes it! Calll 0 Larriat 4X4 white sand
clean, Great every Ford '07 Focus, 22k mi., miles, 1 owner, $3500, Tueoia 200;7 Cor,,lla CE. color, w/tan leather
Holding Tanks, 13,500 '00,GCal , factorywrty, all the serious inq. only, 334- .iler. 25.(,00 rle. 8K mi. fully loaded,
BTURoof Air Cond1 B HONDA'Fu-S o Like new. Less 36080orl33 47143609 tions,like new, 691-7332or 68c-2269 Dealer S12.966) 334.726. bed cover. $29,500
mp ng $12,800 334-798-5725.
'- nacehanr1,avOvintall Ed,000 Call Jo - at 334-477-Mercury '99 Grand Mar- 950 O _.___.
.Oenwic3rowavesOven, CallEdinEufaulaat3068 334 quis LS, white, exc. "IFord '91 XLT, Runs. Body
vPersons, Queen-size 334-695-8789 , .[ cond, 25 mpg hwy, ask- Chevrolet '05 1500 Crew good, Needs head gas-
esFord '07' Fusion SE, 26 ing $5800 OBO, Call LS White. 5.3L, 2WD. ket. $1100 obo. 334-693-
B(aie), 5 Kess, 7,41 HONDA '06 VTX 1300 C miles. Retiring, any rea- 334-793-9758, 797-9755 27,200 mi., AM/FM CD, Dodge '06 Ram Silver
(Gasoline), T Kw LPG Cruiserk &1,7h0 miles, sonabie offer accepted Dual Zone A/C, Cloth, Auto.6cyl.2V .23k, N f
FLEETWOOD Prowler Hitch,Car dolly, No com We are selling them all! Mercury Grand Marquis Tow pkg, Alu WhIs, Power steer, CD, A/C, Ford '04 XLT Super Cab,
QualitylMotors.s334- 1995, runs good excel- $14,950 obo, Call 334- Like new.Cust Ex- towing pkg., bed liner,
AX6 fifth wheel, 36ft, 41 smoking New: All 6 haust, $8,500 080 334- 684-2126 Neg.4.Cals.Foot Rai $18k 334- $15,000, Cal (334) 794-

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(334) 677-3827 $25,000 334-792-1079. or 334-695-4499 call 360-460-8208 $1200 FIRM 482-2636. 701-8555/334-685-6233 334-693-0093. 797-5130. 334-704-0210.


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624'�~ I627 SPor 1tUity 627J Sp tty 900 Legas GAC
I.)OP-Tr :-_ Ve ,"i' u) R '"'" GM AC
GMC '07 Duramav Diesel lee '99 Wrangler Sport, 4 LF14133
25,)00 mr $3a.i.00 I i...-, Six, 4 WD, new cloth pll t
726-276. 1.t FM/CD. $5,500. Call
GMC334-691 ',, 4.1 6' 31.105l 464-0380 TownofETN TEford
Diesel 4 'ir, Iin Alurri. L1.,l-Rover '99 Range The electionfortheTown Gina C. Stuart
num Whee-i 12,i, Rai FR ,.er HSE 4.6, fully of Alford will be held Au-
dial Swajripers Pi PB. il.ded, 95K mi., $9,900, gust 12,2008. The seats Broker/Owner CRS
AC, Auto, AM,FM CD ,. (334)797-0768 due forelection are Council-
$5500 000850762-9333 Chey '01 Tahoe LT, 116k
m sun$5500 r08085076oof, Ithr. 3rd Lexus '04 LX330 mini SUV person Ward I and Council
GMC '00 Sierra SLE seat, heated seats, TV, 50K mi. sun-rf crystal erson Ward II. ua fyng
Extended Cab. Gray. All ALL power, new tires, white. 18/24MPG on July 21,r2008 and end on
power Exc:ellent fact wrrnty. $12,500 $24,995. 334-702-1010 oJaly2g,2008and ndon
condition. 138k mi. OBO. 678-350-8442. or334-701-6501. AQuaitigpat pm
$8000.334-791-3081. ickupataAlefrdTown
SCh00 Tahoe, LT, 44, (850) 482-4494
GMC '06 Sierra Z71, loaded, C black w/tan leather. rall, 0768Georgia St0 3A
28k mi., ext cab, still an- 145K winch & brush o
der wmty. $21,500. Call guard. $9,950 OBO 793- of 8a.m.to4:30 p.m. ( 5 4-4
334-347-7353 or 464-2659 9130 or205-907-0861 Further information con- 1 4497
Infinity '04 FX 45, 38,000 . cerning qualifying fees, Vw t ^
miles, fully loaded, terms of office, etc. is 5 -71 Ee
camagati oh, ear vralbalnsown (850) 209-7150 Eve.
navigan, rear view available by calling Town
camera, grayish, exc. 'Wi - Hall at 850-579-4684. E-mail: info kbconnor.com
cond., $31K, 718-6640 - E-mail: info@ kbconnor.com
C= 'vy 05 Tahoe, Nissan"'07 Armada, LF14136 website: www.kbconnor.com
Nissan 04' Frontier XE Whte leather, CD, Black/ Tan, oilchang- INVITATION TO BID website:www.kbconnor.com
truck silver, bedliner, 3rd Row, on-star/ es & warranty $26,500,
cd, 5 spd manual, 4-cyl XM 2WD 40500 Call Jeff 334 701-8303 The Washington County 4389 Lafayette Street
pwr pkg lots of extras, miles, very clean, orLac^y334-701-6020.
K Al[ 9Tan erv:es for the Marianna, Florida 32447
Nlssan 04 Ti"an Cre2w Wamin0r, ctr, County Mariann , F ida 732447
Cab. B0la:k. Pcup Au. CnE.y d . Tribizr LT. SC1 0 1' iriPCInrm o(WCSP)
to.. 8-cyl 4 WO0 4i7.r0uu. eAS 1 8 ',n,:0,n h .(atl- t Irthe A.. Doz-
Loaded. Like n ew Ask l4,0u0 act al mi. i, O f Sh~ Campus in
ing pasot . Call 334-333. n .. 3 3-684 ing- .". Mar;3nn. ) FL Specifica-
0797 3 $16.60L,33313-1665tons may be picked up
Nissan '07 Titn z6 LE Crvy O6 LiOlanr1der LT. t h WCSP at Dozier
w/ king cab Leather v6, DVD. Retiring, any 5482-9181), 4111


6480780. Fordr 0 iate asE Nisa 066p Xtuerra33 FL Bids will e condition. Over.1800 square feet of living area, ponderosa
Nissan '05 Titan, white plorer, V-8,aeather, sun- black, V6auto 33k accepted no later M an

Crwcab SE 4X4 of roof, blue & tan 89k m l eamiles $1600 334-300 10 pm local time on pine paneling in den and Master Bedroom. 100'x 190' lot
road package, all pwr towing okg. Reduced 8102 leave message uo 2 008ffice, 652 withlare oaktrees. $1200
oaded , chrome 2 many $ 0.229254-9774 Se1uoia04 , 3 76,500 SchrdSOl Chd , O Lf fi , 6
extras to list $22,m000i les leather sunroof, Td reet Chipey F home i
080 850-532-4208 0idvd, third row. $21 000. Bi s will be opened at
Dna.334-828-1303 3 that time and will be
Toyota '8 Pickuap Rtruck, awar 4 added at tihe August
187K mi., 26 mpg ow Toyota 2003 Highlander 4 Board meeting. Mc ihleai,5e t or
1600,334-347-2772 1 cylinder, 79k miles bring bids ina sealed en- Ill
b$ 12 500 lists for 1o6 velopoe ed "eoaled
Toyota '97' Tacoma 200k 334- 70 1575 tBid fopr Custodial Se rv-
miles, AC, CD, 5 speed, ices Bid #07 09" to the
good condition, bedi- . Washington County Dis-
S too616 Eddie Bauer. Rear air, Third Street Chipley, Fi COMPASS LAKE - 394 LAKEPOINT DRIVEThis home is
-i.3rd seat. 5.4 V-8. Lthr.The Scool Board re situated on PRIME location of te lake! t is an
Toyta 01 acoma P Exc. cond. CD changer, serves the ri ght to ac- a n atetioo te etis
$5995.334-794-2935. Toyota RAV4 Sport cet or reject any or all absolute "must soe!" AskforGina. $495,00
. . with XMRadio '07, hids.
Ford '98 Expedition Eddie Silver SUV. Loaded. LF14139 N f
, Bower 128K m2 , . 3rd Auto.i 4-cyl. 2 WD. Noe ti ce of
seat, $4,300. 632-1100. 18K,Iow miles, sun- Proposed Ordinance a e
Ford '98 Expedition, 4.6 roof, very clean, war-
S eng., 1 family, never rntye, Like new. Tho e Town of Green-
been wrecked, $6200 $21,500. (lists for wood p roposes tomad
Toyota '00 -Tacoma Pre- 0 . Must see to up- 22,400), Call 334-585- an ordinance reao
runner ext. cab, bru-h pr .,:,le. ,'4, ~ .005a 2604 or 334 4152116 a,;mal control. A' public
guard, tool box, new al hearing :on ne proposed
tires, great shape. 121e ,:.r ,a - ,ali..'r.-, o.1'e rord finance will e meld on
T t nr01s TVoma Pre .TeS c-be h e dhea n the home has been authentcally reston red. Features


snutbed cover, dual shr r.:.nm $I1. 3r34 ' . AN ,ORDINANCE OF THE final bead-board wainscoting in DR, custom
haunt, CD, super sharp erae. 15 33 TOWN0 OF ,REENWOOD, drapes & plantation shutters. $299,900
Classieds have har Siver ec co rnd K ANIMAL CONTPOL SET-
lsfsnmri Electr c Leather. TING FINES AND FEES
youarelo Singl e Spoilesr, w errant Lo RELATED O VIOLA-
$18,5000BO.7919595. TIONS REPEALING [N- .
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630 0 'ainie PROVIDING FOR SEVERA-
BILITI' AND PROVIDING
Ford 98 Eplr T. ANEFFCT very clean, DATE
Fully ,:,ale,1 Rear a.r. anda 68 :arg,:, an 109l A EFE TV D
CD hanger. 2, Ro- m . xc. coid. new. More information n e
Sereh $3e0 0 334 tires, $2,500. 334-774 obtained and the pro- RUSS LAKE - HOLMES COUNTY - It's like
T a -' m i9 4-2935o. 2791. posed or finance may be being on vacation every day! Beautiful
o ' EToyota'0 re tTacoma -toc, inspected at Greaenwood
R5 Ext Cb. Mustb Ford '05 Explorer XLT, - Town Hall, 4207 Bryan home, beautiful lake, great

. 1so, r akats, 4ex4.c 2 2 K Whte TowePatac- r . 3ir7St ,e Green wood F work shop/barn, and it's on 4 acres!! See
coad.Call334-475-1785. age. exc cond. $13,900. 6216). thisone! $359,000
Toyota '99 Tacoma 4X4 , 4- .. Persons within to cor-... F .
1b 50 jl terrl an0T e3. son at republic hearing s& .el-"
68520 -25-30l Dodge '1 Grand Caravon Tow Of Greenwood, P.g
, ES, red , Van. Auto. 6- 0. Drawer 9, Greenwood, -
cyl. 2 WO. 120,000 FL 32443. at the ,B H
miles, Loaded, Power
. brakes, Power steering, Phone 850-594-1216 E-
Buick 07 Rainier 8y CD, A/C, AM/FM, ste- M ail townhallitowno- �
owner, 2WD, 6 cyl, 20 GMC YO S0 redr runs well, lather � n Renwoodorg Fax 850-
ver Leather P, o r miles; oa dedSLT lea int , r very clean, $6,200, 3914 ra - 3069 6 STREET - 4 bedroom home with
18,000 mi. $22,500 neg., r,0 n-Star, sunroof, Call 334-347-0496. . split level design near Jackson Hospital
call334-370-3921 DVlV Pl . war/ty, if an aindividual dcde and Chipola College. Large family room
Ca 1334-370-3921 PRIOR ORlayer arrntv,-
Fully :,,, 3;4 lRIe ,, apeal any decision
Buick 2007 Rainier, 1 one le. rru a, .... o. made by the council with fireplace, formal LR and formal DR.
owner, leather, BOSE, On-- wir respect to this 1.2 acre corner lot. $196,500
/gray, $21,000 neg, fac- , ranscrit may be re-b
itory warranty. 334-685- ttquired. If so, the indi-
1260 or 334-677-3281 2 7-,. ' visual should make pro-
CvlGreen, Minivan. 49k de made at the meeting,
SExtCa.Mstbe Fo-' 0 5 -Exp loe- Fordw 4715 Windsll, DRItE -ountn flub Hils trans ot

miles, Loaded, new (Re: Florida Statute
tires, very clean, Great 286.0105). Pursuant to
S 334 . cond. $9,800, 791-9484. the provisions of the
Hummer '07 H3 $26500, Americans with Disabili-
R1,10o ailerr~ e d m d n ties Act, any person re-

d- l L athes, Rd qFd 20 Cone arskilo qrg specl .a.com.- BANNER RD, MALONE- 3 bedroom doublewide with lots
Chrome Brush Guard, like new, leather,fully odain to participate of amenities. Pole barn, double carport w/shop,
Larger Tires than Stock, loaded,must see $9950 this meeting is asKed covered patio, screened porch... Only $88,900 Can
Cadillac '03 Escalade 4x4. Cal334-685-3463 O 334-687-3171 t 8ise the fo the be bought with additional acreage.
ESV, 1 owner, 92 K ma.. m er8 o, r b contr ting bon acre

$19,000, (334)793-9193 '-. addr.se or phone num-
CHEV '04 Avalanche Z71 . .
loaded $18,000 call 33.c CSaril Sard-r2,,Mac3r.
Chevrolet '99 Blazer LS. 4 '-uCfanne M. NeSmith,
dr, V6, great mpg, 1;8 ".-. Town Clerk e

wr AM/FM/ CD/XM BRONZE, Auto. 6-cyl 2 ger club wagon. White, 25,2008 May 18 HOLE GOLF COURSE ADJOINS - I'is
35w00firm334-701-0911 WD. 77,000, Loaded, Auto. 8-cyl. Power LF14144 home at the 8th hold. 3 bedrooms, brick
Chevrolet'99SBlazer, tres, Great cond., brakes, Power steering, Notice of Meeting and in super condition. Dogwood Acres,
Bick t'9107R ai er, $6500, 334-774C405. A/C, rebuilt engine,
Good A/C New trans., runs well, Fair cond. O d .rx Bna 900
Sw/war.,new tires, You Name It... $3,500 or obo. Call 334. AM, the Jcksod y rHt nit
cl3en, runs great J 'l1 Classified Has 1t114 699-5601. Board of County C.,,mm r,.
$3900.(334)596-5032 Jeep '01 Cherokee, 4x4, GMC 1998 Safari Van, sinnters will hold s reiearC
Chevrolet '2Tahoe LT cold AC & CD player, 7pas, V6, AT AC Rear meeting at 2864 fla i.r.o,
Great cond. $12,000 701-3974 334-677-7748/83-3058 In accordance' rr, inc
Jeep '01 Cherokee, 4x4, GMC '93 Conversion Van, Act, persons needr, t o ,2 r5
Stold, A & CDplayelow minor cingaco dtcrba,

runs great, new paint, wk,$2Knobo,702-9270 tiate a is , e
$5500 080, Call (334) 00,702-9270-ticedinothind-
701-3974 6Nissan '04 Qust White, should contact tip Ap,- 7811 GAIL DRIVE or L1. Senun,) eii A won
Frk m Ldse, Wa nistrator's assistant no at derful cabin with massive screen porch. Enjoy
nmido e, Loaded; En er than 5 e days prior to the
extrat'clean, $18,50 Heated Seats,. Auto tor assistant may he con-
33-72065 scd.$Side Door and Roar tacted at 2864 Madison
H3Door. Great coed50 Street, Mrianna, FL, 32448,
4x4, leather. 1 owner Laredo, cream color, bug $14,995. 334-701-9099. 955-877 (TrOD).
85k mi. Sunroof, 3rd shield,sidevisors,roof Pontiac '01 Montana,.. ---- ........... L
seat. Exc. cond. rk, dlean inside & aut. caear. good condition JI ai P al
Larnr. 97kmiresrunSgrea: ick-,ades. 7 pa-tsenOtris asked
$14,500.334-360-0774. $6500.850-547-5292 icir a,r $4.5o,0 14.1299.
35dinactirEs warranty lent G randC,. ~. ..:h',ec 4715 SHEFFIELD DRIVE - Country Club Hills Unit
glee, factory w losouy
ainch rs, hewtr, load- 43341-3974 .n II. Pristine home in A-1 condition. Great neigh-
led $000 OBO. MUST J e ep 0 '5 Rau bico r,.. borhood near new Marianna High School.
46K mi., new BFGo:,- $169,900 ,
dr3ch All Terrain tirec. "t '

Jeep '91 Wrangler, 4 cS nIu eM Nsih
Rhino be line sprayed Drii B Bue. Vn. u 6n
inside, $6500, Call (33O F ii.rd8 0.e. I ca
CE ROLTc07TO Jeep '06 Wrangler, 4.01 AM FMr . ACr. , .
CHEVROLET '07 TAHE 6spd, AC, PS, soundbar, mde�rs n ew 4. a -
DVD'S, NAV., BACK UP lots of options. 5k miles now. $13,5 0 05034-A hea . 2679 CHOCTAW TRAIl - Indian Springs. POOL!
c LEATHER, 3 $17,500 229-376-2670 7758or50-209-0787 tl cUs brkh de c
FOR $36,900 FIRM, Call well built and energy efficient! Call us! $289,900
O..(334)-6-01I


Chevrolet '02 Trailblazer
LT loaded, 4WD, 90K
miles, blue, great cond.,
$9.900. (334) 312-4822
or (334) 372-2415






Chevy Blazer 01. Wh,lc
AT 6-cyl 4WD. 130k. PB
PS CD A C AM FM,
sunroof. $6500. 334.
793-0677
Chevy 200 Biazer 44 U0.
99k mi.. 4ldr.. amu,., fully
loaded all pwr, .hie.
new lires. very clean
$5.900 OBO 334 S.9-
90689or 4717 3325
Chevy '05" �auiino L.S.
V6. Reiring. any rea
sonaBle orHtr a'::ened.
Don't icse .ut :n -in,-'
qualtiy M.lluriv ]314.
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Chevy '06 Tarie LT .
Loaded 40K mi Wnite
w* Tn New hire. 2nd
owner. ECc COnd .
$24.000. 334-699 'rO03


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4113 LeIsure
Lakes Drive,
Chlpley

* 2128 sq. ft. mobile home * 4 bedrooms & 2 baths * Lakefront on
Lake Denise * Office/Bonus room off master suite- #07-2312
2915
Appalachee
Trail,
Marlanna

* Waterfront home on Merritt Mill Pond * 2BR/2B w/office OR
3BR/2BA * 1806t sq. ft. home *Additional Waterfront lot available
* Spiral staircase to sitting & viewing area * #08-527
- . McPherson
Dr., Alford

*1568 sq. ft. home * 3 bedrooms & 2 baths * 2� acres
- 249� front feet on the lake - Dock & 3 outbuildings- #07-1982
'W2472 KIwl Trail, Marianna

S*2087�feet Mfalsdoik r
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* 4BR/3B brick home * BIGlivin roOm & bedrooms
* Lots of closets for storage * 2 storage buildings
2980 Chase Way,
Marianna

* 1st in Jackson Co. Certified Energy Star Home 2743 sq. ft
*Additional acreage available - 4 bedrooms & 3 baths * Central Vacuum
System *TanklessGasWaterheater'GraniteCounterlops*-#08-629
.1.. 1 7 4862 0agnoaod Dr.
Marianna

*1350+/- sqft. -3 bedrooms & 1.5 baths * 1.20 +/- acre lot
* fence back yard * Owner financing available * #08-742



3060 Hunter Fish
Camp Road

* 2697� sq. ft. - 4 bedrooms & 3 baths
* NEW: Carpet, Paint, kitchen appliances, light fixtures & more!
. Kitchen with breakfast bar' Master with loft area - #08-627
2834 MIltonla
Ave., Marlanna


* 1384 sq.ft. updated home * 2 car carport * 2 outbuild-
ings & 12' x 30' bldg on slab - used as outside kitchen �
Sprinkler system - on separate meter * #08-1083
Welcome ChIn alhd.,


*4 bedrooms & 2 baths * Seller will pay ALL of Buyer's closing costs
10� acres HIGH & DRY and mostly cleared * Home warranty * #07-1783

Meadowilew Rd


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Family room w/lireplace *2 car garage & outbuilding * Termite bond -* 08885




Church St.,
Marianna
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q 4 n,.:? :,1 1 . 4 ,B 0r.:5 r:i � . . ii ,r, * ,gir.iunij
macelite pool * Stocked cypress pond * #08-1131
3368 Bevia
Rd., Marianna


* Remodeled w/dbL pane windows, roof, hardwood & tile flooring &
appliances * New gunite inground pool w/salt water system & child
sae fenceFormalliv & dinin room -#08-1105
2683
Choctaw Trail,
Marianna

S2247 q.Lhome NEW ngrond sat po 3 rooms & 3 baths
-2 ca attached & 2 cardeachedgarage w/office * Kichen w/ew graie ke
untertops & custom CabimsFamilyroom wirepce -#08-510
3623 Greenfield


- 2126 sqft. new construction home * 3BR/2B - garage w/insulated
door * Crown molding, base board, vaulted ceilings, hard wood &
' tile flooring - Baths w/cultured marble countrtops - #08-1103
I... .U MIIID l:=. ' 1:.I- ' I .


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


www.floridashowcaserealty.com
oramock@embarqmail.com
4257 Lafayette Street, Marlanna, Fl
(850) 526-5260-offlice
(850) 526-5264-fax
Website: buynorthwestflorida.com


PROPERTY
is a horse lovers dream. 3/2 3000sQoft. home
with wrap - around porch invites you to sit &
rest. IBR bunk house is a perfect guest house.
4 stall horse barn w/tack room, 2 stall horse
barn, bahia pasture, stocked pond, on 16 acres
and fenced for animals. #08-940 $379,900







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







Noilh )a3 . Spaciousi, bd 3 h home L gaiagi. &
screened porch. Large formal living room and dining
room. All BRs have walk-in closets. Large master
bedroom has separate entrance, could be mother-n-
law suite. Landscaped I acre lot. #08-541. $175,000







Brick 1700 SF 3/2 home on 4.99 ac in the coun-
try. Fenced for animals, Chain link fencing
around the house. Wet weather pond & 1,456
SF old barn on property. Handicap master bath.
08-596 $140,000








MARIANNA Near Downtown. New updates in
this home within past 6 months. 3rd BR being
dsed as utility room. C/A&H, insulated win-
dows and FP w/ electric logs. Old garage/stor-
age bldg. #08-598 $69,000







Beautiful 3+ acre lot has oak trees and cleared for build-
ing. Frontage on a pond in SW corner of lot. Lot located
in vicinity of Silver Lake. All the amenities of Compass
Lake Hills - horseback-riding, swimming, boating, fish-
ing. rental of cottages, campsites & lodge on McCormick
Lake, etc. 07-3070 ONLY $37,000 MAKE OFFERF






NEW LISTINo
TEN ACRES!-Immaculate D.W. has split BR design.
Master bath W/garden tub, shower & 2 sinks. All
BRS have walk-in closets. Large kitchen W/pantry.
Security system. Wood burning FP. RV. hook-up.
Storage bldg. Storm windows. Vaulted ceilings.
Back half of property is wooded. #08-1035 $125,000






MARIANNA - 5 Acres. County maintained road on North side
of property aid a private road on East side. Wet weather area
on SE side, possible pond site. MH ok. #07-1692 $39,900.







HANDY MAN SPECIAL BEING SOLD "AS IS". Great
location South of Bonifay, beautiful property. Well and
septic on property, do not know condition. House has
den that could be used as second bedroom. New bath-
room fixtures and some building supplies are in the
house. #08-945 $59,000-


* COTTONDALE - 40 Acres has mature
timber & homesite on back 20 acres. Front
20 acres is wet. Excellent hunting.
#06-1863 $200,000.
* Lots in Compass Lake in the Hills
Subdivision beginning at $15,000
* Sunny Hill is a restricted subdivision
North of Panama City and the beaches. In
area of new Bay County Airport. A-2964
*08-1101 $18,000
* Cerro Gordo Estate, Westville. Enjoy fish-
ing & relaxing near Choctawhatchee River.
Lot has water & septic. #07-2162 $10,000.


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Tim & Patsy
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(850) 209-3595
tsapp@earthlink.com
Call Us For All Your Real Estate Needs
4257 W. Lafayette
Marianna, Florida 32446
(850)526-5260-Office
(850)526-5264-Fax


WATEK FRONT UN M. UKRMICK LAKE!
Peaceful & serene with gorgeous views and nat-
ural beauty of this picturesque lake is so desir-
able. Electricity, well, and mostly cleaned and
cleared. Highway frontage. UNBELIEVABLE
PRICE AT ONLY $99,000!MLS #: 08-1093


L oridil
526J260


AFFORDABLE New Home in Marianna! This'3/2 w/2 car
garage completed in '07 sits on beautiful corner lot.
Comes w/top of the line appliances, upgraded carpet &
vinyl, upgraded fixtures, office space, So much- more!
REDUCEDI Now $149,9001 MLS #: 07-2316
* . .-& F0


PRESTIGIOUS EXECUTIVE HOME now avail-
able in North Oaks Subdivision. This 4/3.5 shows well
from the foyer going into the sunken living room.
Breakfast area & large kitchen w/plenty of cabinets..
Separate DR. New tile, new carpet thru out home. All
new paint. Detailed crown moulding throughout home.
Upstairs bed & bath w/large entertainment area/multi-
purpose room/office. Lrg back patio. A Must See!
$399,000 MLS #08-975


80-ACRE MINI FARM with 2 years new 3200 sq.ft.
bedroom 2.5 Baths, Designer Finishes, Gourmet
Kitchen with SS Appliances, Study, llxll.3 Master
Closet. 2 Car Garage. Under Roof sq. ft., 4,472.
Rocking Chair Front Porch with view of majestic drive,
Screened Porch with Deck Overlooking cleared 20
Acre with stocked fishpond and 20 X 30 Metal barn
with I bdrm apartment. $1,299,000 MLS #: 08-502


Completely updated. All new appliances, all new carpet,
all new tile. New paint. New front deck, new skirting. All
like new. 5 minutes from town. Recent FHA approval.
$89.o 90I (LS #: 08-554


soutn or Lnipley. Inis z story southern living nome is
inviting from the large front porch to the staiiway lead-
ing upstairs. 4/4 & a formal living &dining room with
separate family room is open and flows well. Large
master bed & bath. Comes with 3 car garage. This
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LITTLE DOVE RANCH on 13.6 acres just 40 minutes from PC
Beach. Horse ready. Big grandaddy oaks. Approx. 6 acres of
pasture. Updated farm house and bunk house, fenced &
cross fenced. 1/4 acre blackberry orchard w/ irrigation. Large
shop, barn, greenhouse. Beautiful! $274,500 MLS # 08-365


LIKE NEW 3/2 home on Highway 90. New metal roof,
new vinyl siding, Hardwood floors, gorgeous yard, heat
pump, pecan trees, fig trees, 3 outside buildings,
partially fenced. Possibly great business location. All
this for $139,5001 MLS #: 08-851


NICE HOME located on paved street in Chipley. Great
for first time home buyer, retirees, or rental property. This
3/1 house comes with beautiful hardwood floors, well
maintained beautiful yard. 3 car carport. Detatched work-
shon In nniel neiohhnnrhnd orbo.I l$9 MIS R NH -#0 O


BELOW RECENT APPRAISAL Nice 14x70 2 bedroom 2
bath mobile hom on 3/4 acre. Nice Yard. Large Shade
trees. High & dry lot. Inside & Out Immaculate! Large
back covered patio. Apprx 6 miles out of Marianna. All
this for $52,5001 MLS #: 08-807





WELL ESTABLISHED BUSINESS!
Owner retiring, great 'Mom & Pop' business. Turn key subi-
ness for sale. Comes wtih everything including all inventory
& food in freezers. Excellent location!,Priced to sell at ONLY
$38,500! Does NOT include real estate. Low monthly lease.






WAIERFRONTI 6.4 ACRES. .u lil .,r,. water' Beauiil
private Springfed Lake in Jackson Countyl Deed
Restricted! Well & Septic tank, Power. Ready for you to
build your new home! Come swim & fish or just enjoy
the view! All for $199,0001 MLS #: 08-292


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SMOKEY ROAD - 8.79 acres priced at or
acre. Would make great homesite onl
Campbellton and Gracevllle. Mostly clear
MrILtna.L-t tlA C4.4n5l;l


or nwy II frontage. uCy water, sewer. & natural gas availaDe.
Excellent location approximately 1 mile North of 1-10, 0.7 mile
North of Wal-Mart. & 0.63 mile North of the new tractor sup-
ply location. Set back requirements are as follows: 30' from
front, 10' from sides. & 20' from back. MLS#08-411





3422 GREY OAK WAY - Brand new construction in
Greenfield subdivision. Come see this 3Bd/ZBa beauty 9 ft.
ceilings throughout, 2 car garage, and additional attic stor-
age. Staggered custom cabinets and stainless steel appli-
ances in kitchen. Beautiful ceramic tile. hardwood floors. &
7.25' crown. 1655 sq. ft. heated & cooled with patio and
covered porch. MLS#08-286 $220,000


z271 muIR LANI -Lovely DR/it i DA MHouse on me 9n
Fairway of Dogwood Lakes. Loft bedroom upstairs, nice
large family room with lots of windows; new flooring. Walk
to the Clubhouse for a round of golf. Enjoy the surround-
ings In the large sunroom. MLS#07-566 $135,000.


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4325 B Lafayette Street * Marianna, FL

RENTALS
MARIANNA
* 2BR/2BA town house. Garbage pick-up, pest control
and lawn maint Include with rent. Monthly rent and
security deposit is $575.00, six month lease, no pets
or smoking.

* 2BR/1BA home, all electric, $375. Monthly
and security deposit, six month lease.

* 4BRI/1.SBA home, fenced backyard, fire pit, all
electric, hardwood floors, $950 monthly rent
and security deposit, six month lease.
COMPASS LAKE
* Weekly Vacation Rental Available. 5BR/4BA, pri-
vate beach, dock, gazebo, grill, boat lift. Come
and enjoy the beautiful sunsets on Compass Lake.
$2000 weekly rate.


GRACEVILLE
* 2BR/1BA, all electric, completely remodeled
with hardwood floors, $675 monthly rent and
security deposit, six month lease, no pets or
smoking.

ALFORD
* 2BR/2BA, all electric, large yard, 1100 SF,
$500 monthly rent and security deposit, six
month lease, no pets or smoking.

* 3BR/2BA home with a nice yard and storage
shed. Neat and clean. $750 monthly rent and
security deposit.


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ianna
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315141TH ST, MARIANNA
This Lovely Brick home built in 2006 has 3 bedrooms, 2 baths and
split bedroom plan. Master bedroom has walk-in-closet. $165,000

m 1-10, Wal-Mart,
. Would make for


3108 DAY LP, MARIANNA
2 baths, family room with fireplace, on 1.9 acres. $89,500

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138o UE.E.N WILIHAMS nu. - or1oD -silueU UIL.ck nUIIme.
Formal LR & DR w/ separate family room. Large Master BR
w/ spa tub & separate shower & his & a her walk-in closet.
Custom kitchen cabinets, ceramic tile & hardwood floors.
large rooms, fireplace, 2 car garage, deck, workshop & 2
barns all conveniently located near 1-10 and sits on 10
acres fenced.'Reduced & Negotiable,Bring ALL Offers'.
MLS#07-735 $300,000.
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2914 CHASE WAY, MARIANNA
This Custom Built 3/2 Home in boasts large great room w/vaulted
ceilings, elegant master bath, Jacuzzi tub, bonus room. $325,000


5821HWY 71,MALUE I
Remodeled brick home with 3 BR/1.5 BA between Dothan, AI &
Malone, FL Home has a fireplace and a beautiful large in ground pool.
I., NNACM


Like seclusion, this beautiful 4 BR/2BA Palm Harbor DW features
walk-in closets, FR, LR, stainless appliances, fireplace. $149,000





3154 CLEARMONT RDB, MARIANNA
Beautiful country place, one acre, near Marianna. Home has
been completely updated, new metal roof, central heat and air,
new counter top and side bar. $79,900





2778 FIRE DEPT ROAD, GORDAN, AL
A very comfortable DW w/3BR/2BA, large screened porch, fruit
trees and 9 pecans trees on this lovely 2.92 acre lot. $65,000


1932 HOULLEY TIMBER RD, COTTONDALE
2 warehouses w/ 3675 & 11075 Sq Ft w/loading dock for semis,
concrete tarmac, 20 acres, 20x55 paint shop, 16x20 glass bead
room, 24 Ft ceilings. $249,000


6975 PARRAMORE RD, SPEADS
3 miles from Lake Seminole Boat Landing, 10 acres w/330' road
frontage, 3 acres of large beautiful oak trees. Owner financing.
$78,800





GAMMONS ROAD, GORDAN, AL
Here is 40 acres in AL at the FL Line north of Malone, acreage
has some trees & wet weather pond. Additional land available,
$184,000


ous Home In Live Oak Subdivision Located Just Minutes from
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s Nicely Landscaped with a Fenced in Back Yard &'has Oak &
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4369 ANGELA DR - Beautiful, well built 3BR/2BA home priced
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Estates. Home features open floor plan, large unfinished base-
ment, back deck, and shaded yard. MLS#08-806 $179,9o0.


Lovingly renovated 3 Bed room 2 Bath home in a fantastic country
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carpet or vinyl flooring throughout. You'll enjoy the fountains and
iron works in your yard as well. $164,900






Enjoy country living at its finest in this completely refurbished
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plumbing and eletrlcal.qOlLS#07-2544. 50,000.





SPRING CHASE LANE - Beautiful waterfront lot in Spring
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S receniy upaateo convenience store in toe near or Malone.
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