Jackson County Floridan

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Jackson County Floridan
Sunday paper issued from <1979-1985> as:
Sunday Floridan
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Jackson County Floridan
Place of Publication:
Marianna, Fla
Chipola Pub. Co.
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Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
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teamwork was

key in nabbing

alleged gunman
The teenager accused of trying to
rob a woman at gunpoint Monday is
being held without bond in the
Jackson County jail following his
first court appearance via videotape
from jail Tuesday.
Bryndyn Neel, 18, is charged with
attempted armed robbery and false
imprisonment in the' case. His
address is listed as 7637 Shady
Grove Road, Grand Ridge.
He was arrested less than two
hours after a Focus Credit Union
employee called 911 to report that
she had been confronted by a man
with a gun after stepping outside the
Major John Dennis of the Jackson
County Sheriff's Office praised the
victim and dispatcher Dee Booth for
working together with calm, cool

Dee Booth answered the 911 call
from Monday's attempted armed
robbery victim. Mark Skinner /

heads to bring the incident to a non-
violent end.
According to authorities, the call
came in around 5:24 p.m.
Booth picked up on the line, but
the person on the other end would not
talk directly to her.
Rather than chalking it up to one
of the frequent mis-dials or prank
calls that come in, and hanging up,



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Dispatcher Amanda Holman works
at the Jackson County Sheriff's
Department Tuesday. Mark
Skinner / Floridan

Booth instead keyed in on the muf-
fled conversation .going on in the,
background. What she heard put her
on immediate alert.
She realized the caller was in dis-
tress and being held at gunpoint, a
fact the victim confirmed in whis-'
pered snatches of information she
See ROBBERY, Page 7A >

Divers with the Jackson County Sheriff's Department search Tuesday, near
the shoreline at Merritt's Mill Pond for additional evidence in Monday's
attempted armed robbery outside nearby Focus Credit Union. Mark
Skinner / Floridan

Marianna revises animal, code enforcement ordinances

Marianna Code Enforcement Offficer Jack Barwickphoto-
graphs a local development. Mark Skinner / Floridan

If a pet goat is on. the
Christmas list this year and,
you live within Miarijani. ,'
city limits, you might consider
scratching the goat off the list,
If you don't want to take
money out of the holiday jar,
you may also consider mow-
ing the lawn more frequently.
The Marianna City
Commission recently amend-
ed two ordinances; one that
will rein-in farm animals and
another that increases the dol-
lar amount on code violation
fines. .
The amendment to ordi-

nance number q56, according
to Marianna's planning and
zoning director Kay Dennis,
was mostly a clarification.
The ordinance reads:
"No person shall keep or
permit to run at large in the
city any animals of equine,
bovine or swine class and
includes goats, sheep, mules,
horses, hogs 'or cattle and
domesticated poultry except
for the purposes of animal
industry. Under no circum-
stances shall an animal indus-
try as defined herein be
allowed if the same creates a
nuisance as defined in Section
10-34 City of Marianna Code
or elsewhere in the City of

Marianna Code."
Anyone who committs an
infraction related to this code
may be fined $25 for the first
inraction; $50 for the second;
$100 for the .third; and up to
$500 for the fourth, according
to the ordinance.
Marianna Police
Department's animal control
officer will enforce this ordi-
nance, according to MPD
Chief Hayes Baggett. I
He said he plans to review
the ordinance .with city offi-
cials in the near future to dis-
cuss questions over the ordi-
nance, such as whether exist-
ing farm aniffials will be
grandfathered in.

Ordinance number 955 wvs
amended by commissioners to
establish fines and a process
for citations for the city fire
inspector and code enforce-
ment officer.
To cover state processing
fees,, fines were raised to a
range between $260 to, $500
per violation.
Listed violations include
unlawful accumulation, of
garbage, nuisance noise, park-
ing of tractor trailers in resi-
dential areas, soliciting within
1,000 feet of a school, failure
to obtain a sign development
order, and fire hydrant viola-

Check's in the mail

Marianna authorities warn

residents of forged check scams

Authorities are warning
Marianna residents to stay
cautious of checks in the
mail that could end up
costing victims thousands
of dollars.
According to Marianna
Police Chief Hayes
"Baggett, his department
received multiple reports
of check scams over
Monday and Tuesday.
MPD distributed a news
release Tuesday about the
scams to alert residents.
There appear to be two
different scams involving
checks, both of which
appear to come from or by
way of Canada, according
to MPD.
The best defense against
these kinds of scams is
education before someone
falls victim, local law
enforcement officials say.


The Marianna Police Department displays a
sample of a check involved in a recently report-
ed scam. Mark Skinner / Floridan

Investigations of such international scams takes time, federal and internation-
al cooperation, and a certain threshold of monetary loss must be reached
-before such probes begin. Because of those complications, prevention is by
far the best cure. In some cases, victims can find themselves held responsible
for scams they fell for.
One of the ruses involves a mailed offer to a victim to become a "mystery
customer," being paid to shop and complete written evaluations of several
well-known nation-wide businesses, according to the release.
"The offer includes a check for thousands of dollars to be spent at the var-
See CHECK'S, Page 7A >

County starts budget talks today

Jackson County Commissioners will begin their
2008-09 budget-setting discussions today, with another
session set for Thursday. This is a:tentative schedule of
topics to be covered and a list of the people who are
expected to be involved in the discussion of each item.
More budget talks are set for next week.
8:00 A.M. Budget Preparation Discussion, Ted
Lakey, Pam Pichard, Daniele Pippin
8:30 A.M. Property Appraiser, Sharon Cox
8:45 A.M. Tax Collector, Sherry Brown
9:00 AM. Supervisor of Elections, Sylvia

9:15 A.M.

Clerk of the Court, Dale Rabon

9:30 A.M. County Judge, Robyn Gable
9:45 A.M. Circuit Judge, Robyn Gable
10:00 A.M. Probation, Stacy Goodson
10:15 A.M. Jackson County Health Department,
William Long
10:30 A.M. Jackson County Sheriff's Dept., John
McDaniel, Linda Cowan
1:00 P.M. Soil Conservation, Lola Allard
1:15 P.M. Jackson County Chamber of
Commerce, Art Kimbrough
1:30 P.M. Jackson County Tourist
Development, Art Kimbrough
See BUDGET, Page 7A l

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Attempted robbery

suspect held without bail

Brain Bowl team recognized by House
Representative Marti Coley was
present at the Chipola College
Board of Trustees meeting Tuesday .
night to recognize the 2007-2008 ,
Chipola College Brain Bowl Team
with a proclamation for its "out-
standing record of academic
Several members of the team
were present to accept the honor, as
well as Brain Bowl Coaches Stan
Young and Robert Dunkle.
"They've won four tournaments.
In fact, they're actually the first Chipola College captured the school's first-ever state Brain Bowl cham-
team in Chipola's history to win pionship Saturda in 27th Annual Florida State Brain Bowl
even one tournament," said Young. Tournament. Chipola Brain Bowl team members are, from left: Mitchell
Young said the team has an over- Whitehead, coach Stan Young, Mark Hodge, Jantzen Whitehead, Trey
all record of 73 and 10. They won Paul, coach Dr. Robert Dunkle and Chuck Bryant. File photo, cour-
See BRAIN, Page 7A l tesy Chipola College

Parkinson's Support Group Meeting
The Parkinson's Support Group meets Monday, July 28th from 12 noon to 1pm Education Classroom,
ground floor, Jackson Hospital, 4250 Hospital Drive, Marianna. Lunch courtesy Jackson Hospital. The
program begins a DVD series on Parkinson's. There is no cost to attend and the support group is
m, open to anyone who has Parkinson's disease and their caregiver.
4250 Hospital Drive, Marianna, FL 32446 (80) 526-2200 K
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Weather Outlook

T Q Partly cloudy, hot and humid
TOUday with only a slight chance of
afternoon thunderstorms. :
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Low 720 storms.

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and early evening
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scattered afternoon
High 920 and early evening
showers and thunder-
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MARIANNA POLICE bery (armed), one suicide
The Marianna Police attempt, five suspicious inci-
Department listed the follow- dents, three threats, four traffic
ing incidents for July, 14, the accidents, 10 traffic stops, one
latest available report: Four transport, one trespassing corn-
traffic accidents, one reckless plaint, one escort, and ofne
driver, one suspicious inci- unsecured door discovered.
dent, six .suspicious ..
persons, one distur- Z JACKSON COUNTY
bance, one fire, one C-- _- CORRECTIONAL
burglar alarm, one civil FACILITY
dispute, two juvenile 'CRI ME The following per-
complaints, two animal sons were booked into
complaints, three the county jail during
assists of other agencies, three the latest available reporting
public service calls, six traffic periods:
stops, one report of fraud, and Thomas Chandler, 48,
two disabled vehicles. 1676 Gulf Power Road,
Sneads, aggravated stalking,
JACKSON COUNTY hold for Leon Co.
SHERIFF'S OFFICE Bryndyn Neel, 18, 7637
The Jacksoni County Shady Grove Road, Grand
Sheriff's Office listed the fol- Ridge, attempted armed rob-
lowing incidents for July 14, bery, false imprisonment.
the latest, available report: Ten
abandon vehicle reports, three JAIL POPULATION: 194
alarms, one assist of another
agency, one burglary, one child To report a crime, call
abuse complaint, two civil dis- CrimeStoppers at 526-5000.
putes, three, larceny corn- To report a wildlife viola-
plaints, one patrol request, five tion, call 1-888-404-FWCC
public service calls, one rob- (3922).

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in the newspaper is accurate and factual. When the Floridan
learns that it has made an error, it is our policy to correct the
mistake promptly. To report an error, please call the news-
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Sunrise: 5:48 AM
Sunset: 7:45 PM
Moonrise: 6:53 PM
Moonset: 4:01 AM

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July 16 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.
July 17 Thursday
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
St. Anne Thrift Shop, 4287 Second
Ave., Marianna, will have a special sale,
many items half off, July 15 and July 17.
The Southeastern Community Blood
Center's mobile unit will be taking blood
donations at the Graceville Prison, from 9
a.m. to 2 p.m. Call 526-4403.
East Jackson County Economic
Development Council meets at 12 p.m., at
the West Florida Electric Cooperative
office in Sneads. Plans for RiverFest 2008!
will be discussed. A light lunch will be
The regular meeting of the Jackson
County Library Board will be at 3
Regular meetings have been changed
from the fourth Thursday to the third
Thursday of each month.
July 18 Friday
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
The Southeastern Community Blood
Center's mobile unit will be taking blood
donations at the Wal-Mart in Chipley,
from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Call 526-4403.
July 19 Saturday
Tyndall Federal's Marianna Branch
Grand Opening Celebration is from 9
a.m. to 1 p.m., at 4926 Westside Plaza, *
next to the Wal-Mart Supercenter in
Marianna. There will be a grand prize
drawing for Atlanta Braves tickets for
four (includes $100 gift card and one-
night stay at the Westin Peachtree Plaza),

baseball game, moonwalk, Ty the Tyndall
Turtle, giveaways and refreshments.
Jackson County Chamber of Commerce
Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony is at 9 a.m.
S* The Jackson County Farmers' Market
,., open Tuesdays, Thursdays and
Saturday, from 6:30 a.m. until-all fresh
produce is sold out. This state certified
farmers' market accepts the FMNP/WIC
and Elder Affairs coupons.
*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. The free training aims
to help citizens with hurricane prepara-
tion and readiness, and promote a part-
nering effort between emergency services
and the people they serve. Pre-registra-
tion by 4 p.m., July 9, is required. Call
(850) 272-7383; e-mail
Office_Management @ emergencymanag-
July 21 Monday
The Jackson County Public Library's
Summer Reading Program continues to
make its way around "The Whole Wide
World," reading to Africa July 21-24. For
location, age and schedule details, and to
reserve a space, call the library at 482-
The Alford Community Organization.,
a non-profit organization, meets the third
Monday of each month, at 6 p.m., at the
Alford Community Center, located at the
Ball Park on Park Avenue. New members
welcome. Call 579-4482, 579-4871, 579-
4310 or 579-0199.
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 Jackson Hospital Finance
Committee's finance meeting is at 5:30
p.m., in the Community Room of the
Hudnall Building.
The Malone Joy Club meets at 6 p.m.,
for the regular covered dish. Steve
Benton, candidate for Superintendent of
Schools, will be the guest speaker.

July 22 Tuesday
Covenant Hospice's volunteer work-
shop is from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m., at the
Simbo's Family Restaurant, 2005 S.
Waukesha St., Bonifay. The workshop is
free; dinner will be provided. To register,
callDonn j leldon at 482-8520.
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.

July 23 Wednesday
The Jackson Hospital Board of
Trustees' board meeting is at 5:30 p.m.,
in the Community Room of the Hudnall
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.
July 24 Thursday
The Community Advisory Council, -
sponsored by the Panhandle Area Health
Network, Inc., meets at 11:30 a.m., at the
Pizza Hut, 2185 Post Oak Lane, Marianna,
hear I-10 and Highway 71 North. Those
interested in rural health issues facing
Calhoun, Holmes, Jackson, Liberty and
Washington counties are welcome. Lunch
is Dutch treat. Call 482-9088.
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 Scott Harrell Benefit Golf
Tournament tee off is at 1 p.m., at Indian
Spring Golf Course. The four-man scram-
ble costs $60 per person. Payoffs for first,
second and third. Mulligans are $5. Longest
drive competition; closest to the pin; door
prizes. LIunch is served at 12:30 p.m.
Office hours with Congressman Allen
Boyd's staff will be from 9:30 to 11:30
a.m., in the County Commission board
room, across the street from the County
Courthouse in Marianna; and from 1 to
2:30 p.m., in the Graceville City Hall
Commission Room, Graceville.

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


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Marianna, FL 32447-0520
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Marianna, FL 32447
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Apalachicola Low 11:15 PM High 1:30 PM
Port St. Joe Low 9:45 PM High 11:00 AM
Destin Low 11:00 PM High 10:00 AM
Pensacola Low 9:45 PM High 10:15 AM.

RIVER READINGS Reading Flood Stage
Woodruff 39.55 ft. 66.0 ft.
Blountstown 0.95 ft. 15.0 ft.
Marianna 5.96 ft. 19.0 ft.
Caryville 3.47 ft. 12.0 ft.



General LOCAL

DAR announces essay contest topics


Local students will vie for over $500 in prizes to be given
in December, to winners of the DAR American History
Essay Contest (for grades five through eight) and the
Christopher Columbus Essay Contest (for grades nine
through 12). Chipola Chapter, NSDAR sponsors both con-
While the deadline to enter is Nov. 15, research should
begin as soon as possible, as a complete bibliography of
sources is required and considered by the judges.

The topic for the DAR American History Essay is "The
Ideals of the Gettysburg Address."
The essay must consider the following: "What message
did the Gettysburg Address communicate to our war-torn
nation in 1863? How are the ideals articulated in the speech
still relevant for our country today?" The length of the essay
for fifth graders is 300 to 600 words, and students in grades
six through eight must write 600 to 1,000 words.
The topic for the Christopher Columbus Essay Contest is
"Five Perils That Challenged Christopher Columbus."
The essay must consider the following: "Discuss five per-

ils faced by Christopher Columbus' expeditions) and how
Columbus and his crews overcame them. These may be nat-
ural perils or perils brought on by the task of leading an
expedition of several ships and crew members through
uncharted waters. Which of these same perils continue to
threaten ships and how have advances in technology
changed the way sailors cope with these challenges today?"
The length of this essay may not exceed 750 words.
For additional information and complete guidelines,
please contact DAR American History Chairman Mary
Robbins at or 209-4066.

Covenant Hospice offers orientation for new adult volunteers


Covenant Hospice is seeking individuals
who are interested in making a difference in
the lives of patients and families facing end-
of-life issues and in supporting the organiza-
tion. A volunteer workshop will be held
from 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 pm. .Tuesday, July 22
at the Simbo.'s Family Restaurant, located at'
2005 South Waukesha Streetin Bonifay. The

workshop is free and open to the public.
Dinner will be provided.
Patient and Family Support Volunteer
Training will provide an overview of hospice
care, including Covenant's programs and
services and the special roles that volunteers
fill. This training prepares individuals to vol-
unteer in a variety of ways. Volunteer choic-
es include visiting and companionship for
patients, supporting family members by

offering emotional support and practical
help, assisting with fundraising events, pro-
viding administrative support in a Covenant
office, serving as an, outreach Ambassador
and much more.
No special background or experience is
required to volunteer for Covenant, just a
desire to make a difference. Time commit-
ment is flexible and based on volunteer avail-
ability. Retired and working professionals

are also needed to share their expertise and
experience with patients and families. To
register or to learn more, call Donna Meldon
at 850-482-8520.
Celebrating 25 years of keeping the prom-
ise, Covenant Hospice is a not-for-profit
organization dedicated to providing compre-
hensive, compassionate services to patients
and loved ones during times of life-limiting

Spires Behavioral
Health Care Center
opens in Marianna

Willie E. Spires, Ph.D.
announces that the Spires
Behavioral Health Care
Center, PLLC has officially
opened. The practice is locat-
ed at 4428 Lafayette St., in
According to Dr. Spires, the
center provides an array of
counseling and consulting
services treatment of
depression, post-traumatic
stress disorders (PTSD) and
other anxiety disorders, per-
sonality disorders, stress-relat-
ed disorders, substance abuse,
attention deficit hyperactivity
disorder (ADHD, ADD),
oppositional defiant disorder
and other mental health relat-
ed services.
Counseling services. at
Spires Behavioral Health Care
Center are available to'chil-
dren, adolescents and adults,
by appointment only, and most
insurance plans are accepted.
For more information, call
482-4177 or 573-1000.

Florida livestock
market report

For the week ended July 10:
At the Florida Livestock
Auctions, receipts totaled
9,012, compared to closed last
week, and 11,096 a year ago.
According to the Florida
Federal-State Livestock
Market News. Service:
Compared to last week:
Slaughter cows and bulls were
steady to 1.00 lower, feeder
steers and heifers were
unevenly steady.
Feeder Steers: M e d i u m
. and Large Frame No. 1-21
200-300 lbs. 115.00-155.00
300-400 lbs. 100.00-130.00
400-500 lbs. 88.00-112.00
Feeder Heifers: Medium &
Large Frame No. 1-2
200-300 lbs. 98:00-130.00
300-400 lbs. 86.00-108.00
400-500 lbs. 80.00-97.00
Slaughter Cows: Lean: 750-
1200 lbs.
85-90 percent 50.00-59.00
Slaughter Bulls: Yield
Grade No. 1-2
1000-2100 lbs.. 68.00-74.00

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Lions Club news


Above: Marianna 'Middle
School's band director Amy
Allen, accepts a check from
e Marianna Lions Club President
Vernon Cook, right, and Fish,
Fry Chairman, Lion Joe Roye,
left. The check was for the
MMS band's proceeds from
the annual fish fry. Left: Tammy
Dean tells Lions about ways to
lower utility bills and improve
inside air quality through solar
technology, energy efficient
shower heads and lighting,
paint color choice and more.
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S the state tournament held at
S Chipola, beating Okaloosa-
Walton College; and they
came in second place at the
national tournament in St.
Louis, where only 18 colleges
S in the nation may qualify to
"We had an exceptional
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S- Members of the winning
team include Mark Hodge of
Holmes County, Jantzen
Whitehead of Cottondale,
Chudk Bryant. of Holmes
County, Trey .Paul of Holmes
County and Mitchell
n iWhitehead of Cottondale.
"I'm no doubt looking at the
future leaders of our state and
of our country. We're all real-
s te r ly proud," said Coley
Coley read the proclamation
aloud to members of the team;
the Board of Trustees and oth-
ers present.
,Within the proclamation,
the team was "commended for
S its outstanding record of aca-
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passed along when she had the right
At one point, Booth heard the caller
tell the man with the gun that she was
trying, to get someone on the phone to
open the door with a key.
It appears she had. convinced him
that a security system had locked the
door behind her.
Booth asked the victim questions
she could answer with yes or no, to
keep the assailant from knowing what
information was being imparted..
"Does he have a gun?," Boqth asked.
"Yes," the victim replied.
The abbreviated conversation went
on in this manner for several moments.
In the meantime the other dispatcher
on duty with Booth was feeding the
information to deputies as quickly as
Booth gathered it from the victim.
As deputies raced to the scene in


ious businesses while the mystery cus-
tomer evaluates those businesses. One
of the businesses that is on.the evalua-
tion list just happens to be a well
known money wiring service. The let-
ters' instructions ask that the mystery
customer wire half of the money from
the check they receive to a location
outside the United States; along with
the provided evaluation forms you are
to have diligently completed. The
check received in the offer is of course
not a real check but rather a very real
looking forgery. Another name for
mystery customer in this,scam is 'vic-
tim,'" said the release.
The other scam takes the tone of a
lottery, consisting of a check in the

their cruisers, the wail of multiple
sirens put the gunman on the run. He
ran away toward the woods behind the
credit union, leaving his shaken but
unharmed would-be victim alone
behind the building.
Two JCSO investigators and a
Florida Highway Patrol trooper arrived
in time to see the suspect in the dis-
tance as he made his getaway. A
perimeter was established using offi-
cers from those two agencies, canine
tracking units from Apalachee
Correctional Institution and Jackson
Correctional Institution, officers from
the Marianna Police Department and
from the Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission.- The FWC
officers launched boats into nearby
Merritt's Mill Pond to look for the
man. Neel, muddy and shoeless, was
eventually fished out of a swampy

mail for the victim in the amount of
several thousand dollars, said the
The several thousand dollars is pur-
ported to be a partial payment toward a
total of nearly one hundred thousand
dollars. The mailing tells the victim
that the partial payment is to assist the
victim in paying taxes on the total win-
nings, as well as to cover processing
fees that the victim is instructed to wire
back to the. "lottery company" from
the partial payment check, explained
the news release.
The release said both scams involve
"very real looking forgeries."
"What people need to understand is
that when these forged checks are

area along its bank just east of the
Merritt's Mill Pond Bridge.
Neel was developed as a suspect
early on; officers had noticed a suspi-
cious car near the wood line behind an
abandoned motel parking lot just west
of the credit union. A quick vehicle
registration check led officers to
believe he was their man.
. Just before dark completely.blanket-
ed the landscape, officers had found a
.22-rifle believed to have been used in
the attempted hold-up.
On Tuesday, divers from JCSO were
sent out to search in Merritt's Mill
Pond for more possible evidence-in the
case. In the aftermath of the crisis,
Dennis said Booth's many years of
experience really shone through in her
handling of that desperate phone call.
"I'm very, very proud of what she
did," Dennis said, "She did a super job.

cashed or deposited it may take the
bank a few days to determine that the
check is in fact a forgery. If a person
follows the instructions and wires the
money, or spends it on something else,
the banks will hold the person who
cashed the check responsible. Most
banks are catching on and placing an
extended hold on such suspicious
checks," said the release.
"If a bank has been had, the cost is
going to be passed along to that per-
son," said Baggett.
Florida Department of Law
Enforcement provides descriptions of
a variety of scams, frauds and methods
of identity theft on its Web site at site
at .

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She's been with us many years, and
that experience* came to bear on the
situation she was faced with, and in the
decisions she had to make in those few
Booth, in turn, had words of praise
for her co-worker, someone new to the
"The girl I was working with is a
new communication officer, and she
did a good job. Amanda Holman is her
name," Booth said. "It takes teamwork
to get it done efficiently, correctly and
promptly. She was a good team player,
in getting the info disseminated
between both of us and to the deputies,
and handling all the other calls that had
to be made. That's what it takes to be
a good communications officer, work-
ing with others well, listening to your
co-worker and getting the information
out there to the people who need it."

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The release added that anyone who
feels they've become a victim of a
scam or fraud should report it immedi-
ately to the FBI's Internet Crime
Complaint Center, at and select the file
a complaint button.
"Marianna Police Department urges
anyone who may encounter a situation
that is similar to those described above-
to please be aware and on guard
against the possibility of a scam. If you
have any questions about this scam
bulletin please do not hesitate to call
the Marianna Police Department," said
the release.
The number for the Marianna Police
Department is (850) 526-3125.

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1:45P.M. Jackson
County Economic
Development, Bill Stanton
S2:00P.M. Jackson
County Health Insurance
Committee, Rodney Tyus
Michael John Milton
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ife in prison without parole
uesday for murdering two
indigent men .to collect insur-
ance policies taken out on their
lives. Los Angeles Superior
Court Judge David Wesley sen-
tenced 77-year-old Helen Golay
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tbok out insurance policies on
them and then killed them in
'murders staged to look like hit-
and-run auto accidents.
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SALEM, Ore. So long,
Cuckoo's Nest. Oregon State
Hospital, the mental institution
where the 1975 movie "One Flew
Over the Cuckoo's Nest" was
filmed, is making way for a new
complex. Most of the dilapidated,
125-year-old main building will be
torn down and replaced starting
this fall.
Although mean Nurse Ratched
was pure fiction, the Oregon State
Hospital has struggled with some
very real troubles over the years,
including overcrowding, crum-
bling floors and ceilings, outbreaks
of scabies and stomach flu, sexual
abuse of children by staff mem-
bers, and patient-on-patient
Politicians had been talking for
years about the need to replace the r c
hospital, but didn't get serious s contained
about it until a group of legislators ashes of dece
made a grim discovery, during a the Oregon St.
2004 tour: the cremated remains of shown in this
3,600 mental patients in corroding early 1 900s t
copper canisters in a storage room. unclaimed bo
The lawmakers were stunned. mental patients
"Nobody said anything to any- and the remain
body," said Oregon Senate copper canister
President Peter Courtney, who storage., I-
dubbed the chamber "the room of Wahl-Stephens
lost souls."
The remains belonged to patients who died at the
hospital from the late 1880s to the mid-1970s, when
mental illness was considered so shameful that
many patients were all but abandoned by their fam-
ilies in institutions.
"It just created such an emotional momentum"
for replacing the hospital, said Courtney, who led
the effort to build a new institution.
Although "Cuckoo's Nest" was filmed here, nei-
ther the movie nor the 1962 Ken Kesey novel on
which it was based makes any specific references to
Oregon State Hospital. Kesey drew on his experi-
ences working at a veterans hospital in Palo Alto,
Calif., and set his satirical story at an unnamed insti-
tution in Oregon.
Actor Michael Douglas, co-producer of the
movie, scouted various West Coast locations and
chose the Oregon. institution because then-
Superintendent Dean Brooks agreed to give the
moviemakers unfettered access.
"They wanted to make it on location with real
patients," said Brooks, now 91, who was given a
speaking part as a weak-willed doctor who acqui--
esces to Nurse Ratched. Brooks said 89 patients
were hired as extras.
Douglas, Jack Nicholson (who played the rebel-
lious Randle Patrick McMurphy) and Louise
Fletcher (Nurse Ratched) were regulars at the hos-



pital during shooting.
Milos Forman, the director,
lived for six weeks at the institu-
tion and had his actors study real
patients, according to a 1975
account in Rolling Stone maga-
zine. Nicholson became depressed
because of what he saw, including
electroshock being administered to
a patient.
State leaders decided in 2006 to
build a new, $300 million, 620-bed
hospital at the site of the oldest and
most dilapidated part of the com-
plex, the J Building, a yellow-
painted brick structure with brown
trim, a towering cupola, and iron
gratings on the windows.
The front section of the building,
including the cupola, will be pre-
served as a museum on the history
of mental health care.
Other parts of the building were
abandoned decades, ago and are
d now a ghostly sight. The paint ha5
the unclaimed been scoured off the bricks by the
,ed inmates at weather and the passage of time,
te Hospital are and the wings are cluttered with
hoto. From the old equipment, fallen plaster and
the 1 970s, the piles of pigeon droppings. The
ies of 3,600 third floor is so rotted it is not safe
were cremated, to walk on. The building is also
s were put in contaminated with lead paint and
and placed in asbestos. .
P Photo/Greg Construction of the new hospital
is set to begin next spring and
should be completed by the fall of
2011. It is not just a bricks-and-mortat exercise
Oregon is undertaking to improve care for the men-
tally ill. State leaders have pledged beefed-up
staffing levels, new treatment programs and better
living conditions.
Among the 590 current patients is 44-year-old
Mike Wyffels, who has been at the hospital for five
years. with bipolar disorder. Wyffels. said he wel-
comes the state's plan to give most patients their
own rooms in the new hospital. In some cases, he
said, as many as seven patients share a room.
"When you've got a.bunch of people in one. tiny
room, it's chaos. I can't even study in my room
because I don't have the privacy to do it," he said in
a conference room while other patients milled
,around outside in the hall, talking or listening to
music. In May, Portland resident Debbie Osborne
came. to the hospital to collect the canister contain-
ing the remains of her great aunt Clara Johnson,
who died of pneumonia 60 .years ago. Osborne.
plans to give the ashes a proper burial this summer.
"It's really sad that we still have a stigma" about
mental illness, Osborne said. "But it's changing; it's
a lot better."
Courtney wants the museum to include a display
of ashes not yet claimed by relatives. "You've got to
remember your past to make the future better,"' he

insurance killings

one does," said Stella Vados,
daughter of Paul Vados.
"This is tantamount to the
death penalty," said Gloria
Allred, who represented Stella
Vado and a relative of
McDavid's. "They will die in
prison. I think that's a just sen-
Defense attorneys conceded
the women were involved in
insurance fraud but denied they
had formed a murder conspira-
cy. Golay's attorney, Roger Jon
Diamond, said during the trial
that the women's idea was to
insure old, sick, homeless peo-
ple who would soon die.

Olga Rutterschmidt, 75, second from left, talks with her attorney Michael Sklar, after Helen Golay, 77,
background, was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole for killing a pair of home-
less men in a cold blooded years-long scheme for $2.8 million in life insurance money, at the Criminal
Courts building in,downtown Los Angeles on Tuesday, July 15, 2008. Rutterschmidt moments later
received the same sentence. AP Photo/Genaro Molina

Both women were convicted
of first-degree murder and con-
spiracy to murder for financial
gain in the 1999 death of Paul
Vados, 73, and the 2005 death
of Kenneth McDavid, 50.
Both men were struck by cars

in dark alleys. Police linked the
cases when a detective investi-
gating one overheard a col-
league describe a similar case.
Relatives of the victims spoke
briefly, .saying they had lost
touch with the two men and
then learned they had been mur-

"He. didn't deserve that. No

The jury that convicted the
women saw a secretly recorded
videotape of the defendants in a
lockup after their arrests.
Rutterschmidt berated Golay,
saying her actions in taking out
23 insurance policies raised a
red flag when the men died.
"It's your fault,"
Rutterschmidt told Golay. "You
can't have that many insur-
ances. ... You were greedy.
That's the problem."
The judge rejected a defense
motion for a new trial which
argued that the women's con-
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Marianna All-Stars ready for state

Pictured are the Marianna All Stars for Dixie Boys, left, and Dixie Junior Boys. For the Dixie boys, front row, from left- Brett Henry, Shawn Henry, Josh Emanual, Zac Davis and Brandon
Burch. Second row- Jae Elliot, Kaidd Golden, Clayte Rooks, Chris Godwin, Kyle Griffin and Ryan Riley. Back row- coaches Jeff Godwin & Dennis Burch. Not pictured- Ryan Hughes and
Coach Garyn Waller. For the Dixie Junior Boys, front row, from left- Adam DeWitt, Jay Phelps, Zach Johnson, Seth Singletary, J.T. Meadows and Jake Mitchell. Back Row- MacKenzie Taylor,
Shayne Blanton, Mason Melvin, Brad Middleton, Chris Johnson and Taylor Strauss. Back row- coaches Danny Melvin, Lee Branning and Jerry Strauss. -Contributed Photos

Optimist Park in Marianna will be filled with
10 teams in two age divisions of Dixie Boys
baseball, all competing for a chance at the state.
title in order to move'on to represent the State
of Florida in the Dixie Boys World Series in
The Marianna 14U Dixie Boys earned a spot
in the tournament as the host team.
Garyn Waller is the head coach and will be
assisted by Dennis Burch and Jeff Godwin.
Both Burch and Godwin have experienced a
state championship, Burch in 2004 and Godwin
in 2006.
Seven of the 12 players selected for this
year's all star team have at least one state cham-
pionship under their belt with six of them expe-
riencing two state victories.
Brandon Burch will anchor down second
base in the tournament, having six years expe-
rience in the position.
Burch was a member of both the 2004 Dixie
Minors state championship team as well as the
2006 Dixie Majors Ozone state championship.
Zac Davis was a member of both state teams
and will have time at third, shortstop and in the
outfield. Davis may also see some time on the
mound. Jae Elliot brings the experience of two
state championships to the field also.
Elliott will be on the mound and in the out-
field for the Marianna team.
Joshua' Emmanuel will be looking for his first
experience at a state championship title and will
be positioned in the outfield.

Chris Godwin will see time at third, in the
outfield and on the mound and his experience in
both state championships will ready him for
those tasks.
With one state championship, Kaidd Golden
will be working hard to land another one.
Golden will share time between first base and
the mound.
Kyle Griffin will be in the outfield and will
be-hoping to take home his first state champi-
onship title. Sean Henry and Brett Henry are
both newcomers to the Marianna Recreation
Department baseball world and will both have
outfield positions. Both Henrys are eager to
experience a state victory.
Ryan Hughes has his eyes set on a third state
championship title as he' takes the field this
. Saturday. Hughes will be in the outfield.
Ryan Riley, also a newcomer to Marianna
baseball, will have duties .between the mound
and shortstop.
This will be Riley's first bid at a state cham-
Clayte Rooks will be behind the plate, bring-
ing six years and two state championships of
experience with him.
Waller is optimistic about the team's chance
at a state title, "You know a lot of these boys
have been down the hill (Marianna High
School) everyday working at the high school
level and most of them have experienced a run
at the state championship so it looks good right:
Opening ceremonies are Friday evening with
Marianna scheduled to open play on Saturday
at 7 p.m. against West Volusia.

The Marianna 13U Dixie Junior Boys begin
their quest for a state championship and
World Series berth Saturday against
Okeechobee at Optimist Park at 4 p.m.
With a win, the Marianna All-Stars will
advance to Sunday's 7 p.m. game against, the
winner of Poinciana and Spring Hill, a loss
sending them to the loser's bracket to face the
loser of that game Sunday at 4 p:m.
The All-Stars are led by coach Lee
Branning in his first year as head coach of the
13U team.
Branning, who will be assisted by coaches
Danny Melvin and Jerry Strauss, said the
team felt confident about its chances this
"We're feeling good," the coach-said of his
.team. "We know we have to play pretty mush
error-free baseball if we want to win the tour-
nament. And we have to hit the baseball.
"But we've played a few scrimmages and
done pretty well, so we're looking forward to
Among the scrimmages the All-Stars have
played are two games against the Panhandle
Panthers' 13U squad, which won the Dizzy
Dean state championship.
The Marianna All-Stars split the two
games, winning the first and losing the sec-
"We feel pretty confident .if we can play
with the champs of another league," Branning
said, "we feel pretty good about Dixie Youth."

Branning said that pitching and defense
should be the strong suits for his team, though
perhaps experience will be the biggest key for
the All-Stars.
The team has 11 players who have state
tournament experience and three who have
played in the World Series.
"Most of these kids have played in state
tournaments multiple times," Branning said.
"So I don't think that (nervousness) will bd a
problem. I think we'll handle it pretty well."
Conquering their nerves is one thing, but
conquering a deep field of teams should be
even more challenging.
"I feel like it's going to be a pretty strong
field," Branning said. "We lost to West
Seminmoe last year and they're back in it,
Poinciana is always strong,. West Volusia is
always strong, Spriiig Hill always has a very
good team. This won't be easy by ,any
Branning said he had yet to decide who will
start Saturday's opening game, though he will
choose between ZAch Johnson and Brad
The championship round will be July 23 at
10 a.m.
Branning hopes his team is there and hold-
ing the trophy at the end.
"It would definitely be nice," he said, "but I
wouldn't be surprised at all with this group of
boys. They have all the talent to do it, it's just
a matter of putting it all together on the same

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AAU Basketball
The Jackson County
Youth Coalition will spon-
sor an AAU boys basketball
tournament July 18 at
Marianna Middle School
from 6-8 p.m. and July 19 at
Chipola College from 8
a.m. to 8 p.m.
Admission is $5 daily.
There will be six teams:
NNFC Greenwave,
Harambee Dragons,
Boundless Ballers,
Alabama Cobras, Pensacola
Tigers and Northwest
Florida Sharks.
For more information,
contact Darold Pope at 272-

Kids Golf Clinic
The Marianna Golf
Association will be con-
ducting its annual golf clin-
ic for kids July 23-25 at the
Florida Caverns Golf
Kids will have two days
of instructions, including
chipping and putting con-
tests, with a nine-hole tour-
nament the last day.
The cost is $35 per child
and this includes drinks and
snacks daily along with
prizes and trophies for win-
ners of the contests and
Kids should bring. their
own clubs and a hat For
more information and to
pre-register, call 482-4257.

Wes Person Basketball
Former Auburn and NBA
player Wes Person is con-
ducting his Sharpshooters
Basketball Camp for boys
and girls from July 24-27 at
Marianna High School.
Cost is $65.
For more information,
contact Nadine Long at

Golf Tournament
The Scott Harrell Benefit
Golf Tournament will be
held July 24 at Indian
Springs Golf Course with
tee-off at 1 p.m.
There will be a four-man
scramble and lunch will be
served at 12:30 p.m. Cost is
$60 per person.
For more information,
contact Rob Halstead at
573-6679, or Tom Barbee at

Softball Travel Team
Softball tryouts for girls
fastpitch travel teams for
ages 10, 12 and 14 take
place Aug. 2 at 9 a.m. at the
Sneads ballfield.
For more info, call 573-
6749 for Roger Averitt, or
573-6750 for Crystal

Swimming Lessons
Swimming lessons will
be offered for ages 4-and-
up. Lessons are based on a
combination of nationally-
recognized methods.
The following sessions
are scheduled: Session 4:
Aug. 4-14. Classes are
available at 9 a.m., 10 a.m.,
or 7 p.m.
Sessions are Monday
through Thursday for two
weeks of 45-minute les-
sons. Cost is $45 and pre-
registration is required,
with a $5 late registration
Infant and preschool
swimming lessons for chil-
dren 3-and-under
July 28-31 with classes
available at 10 a.m. and 7
p.m. Cost is $30.
For information, call pool
manager Rance Massengill
at 718-2473.

CABA World Series
.The 2008 CABA 18U
aluminum bat World Series
will be held July 27 through
Aug. 3 at the Cene Park
base all complex in
Strumers, Ohio.
ST s can register for the
,' Word Series at
f/ID you need more infor-
nma ion, contact Ken Quinn
t 30-755-5676.

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Employment 200-271 Transportation 600-633
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ANNOUNCEMENTS 030 Instructon 1 abFur39 urn169 Tools. 236 Genera Help 301 Dogs RALE E 436 obile H e/ 03
Guitar&Classes 19 items HWanted Sale Trailers
Guitar & Bass Lessons- BlueStroller w/Teddy China Cabinet $200 OBO Misc. Tools For sale $3- MyPersonal Choices Inc. Is FPEE F. Wrr.- Enq L3t. 96' DW, 28X60, CH/A, 4BR Ranger '91 Bass Boat,
$15/30minookte8504 $200 850 nuw 1111- Kablut! $200 OBO200 v u e & silver, ex6
W$15/30minutes. Exp. Bear pattern $10. Lke 850-418-3604 $200 850-526-4891 now iring esi ent ial r.1,. r.:, .e n ." 2BA w/study. AppI., 2 Blue & silver, exc.
Guitarist looking for Ne 8 Service workers for group r,,Mi., i..iun & .w1j. i,- porches incl. Al cond.. cond., 17.5 ft., Mariner
morestudents. Lessons New, 850-526-3426 Couch$60 OBO 850-4108 home and in the communi- $30K 850-762-9333 mtr, Deluxe trailer.
taught in a lon pvt en- Eddie Bauer Car Seat. 3604 EMPLOYMENT ty Applicant 'must have HS Frte tu o.:,,d h.rrme A. ut $9.500.334-693-9287
vronment.850-718.734 Holds 2O-100lbs, tan- Dinette table w/leaf & 4 diploma and a minimum of ogs&puppies. 650-
"i020.l o $o n0e-Is '.-2J chairs, good condition, fne yrar Experience work- 82-5472 403 Apartments for 439 Real Estate . .
$0 Ann0 aents /F n To r t. $75.850-526-3365. biit opersns with ddisa- Freeto Wgod home: Fe- Re t/Unfufihed anm~. car d.
850- 26- 365 d bi~itie s or i s a ch ild ca re W ht E eB u/lndeo; ne w. $ O 080 C
ATTENTINg :.un,:y tl S25 1Dryer$50 1 setting. Applicant Must be /Boxermi S d,2 &3BR A ARTMENTS & UITT 1 33 @ 80
FO D BlkoADERSl06ground screenings aod shots, lyr old 850-482- MOBILE HOMES FOR334-4-560.
FOUND:(F) Black, short al -4 - OBO850-418-3604 n A t brll d ay lL0mlgrourhund an d 8bo.a
hair, stand up ears, Or- Padded high chair or gro- Freezer $50 OBO 850-418- Ruir be able to work flexi- 2 (850)209-3591 3/2 1230 sqft 67 acres 6 ohn o
ange collar. Found on cery cart cover $20 3604 rurs. For information Lost: Child's pet, Tri-color 0)2093591 3/2,123avedftroad .67acreas. oho trofinr
You should fully Hwy 73. 850-526-1414 ca850-482-8290 ar ver a i these positions male Beagle, 1 yr. old, 2BR 1ABA Townhouse In on paved road,. Great motor. Depthfinder
Youshouldfuy Hwy73.850-526-1414 call850-4828290 Refrigerator $50 OBO 850- 8 ..'ur these positions male Beagle, 1 yr. old, 2BR l21%BA Townhouse in neighborhood.Between and more. $1700 OBO
investigate the back Re-Fge r$50 00. 81i5- contact Melody @ blue stripe collar, "Bu- town,$595,dep lyr GR andMar. Beautiful 4-7017140 .
groundofanycompa FOUND SM Brown/white aregiver needed. Live in- 850-573-2365 ddy" sw, Marianna, Call lease no pets.Ask about oaktrees,newlyre-
ny BEFOREpayinga dog at Beeline in Manr 124 ClotbllD Tle 5lid S" ,l 1 d,.nrg Room/Board+ Salary NO 850-209-0059 Move in special 850- modeled, $130,000. Nitro750 '04boat motor
fee. Proceed with an. Hi." a r,i,or, 0 c. smoking,drugs,alcohol,pe 482-5134 850-78-6019 &trailer. Mercury 115
caution if you are asked 557-01. Auca Blue Evening gown bench, of a kd, $5, ts children. 850-482-5631 TERMINIX PEST Shih-Tzu: Adorable male HP, Like new, $85111,000
o d y s. ;: II A..r, .1:v 850-526-3365. CONTROL ACregisterhd Shi- 2BR 2BA Apt. intown. HU D h 0 ome 334-792-0885 or
to sendmoney or in 61.e. 01 w.,,r, 850-526-3365.. CONTROL Tzu puppies black and $450/mo.(850) 573-0598 3 BR H D h 334-792-0885 or
calling "900" numbers. 040 Se ig Iu i .42 : Treadmill $50 OBO 850- CARE GIVER Immediate Openings: white. Ready to go $) 9 213r / 8% ARd 334-714-0401.
All numbers refixed i ,needed,. to administer Sales- (expe ience 7/29.$300. 850-826674 Cis 80-570-88 ext. Nitro '07 w/ een
by "900" are charged. U",,- ,i ,l ri .- I. rr,, i & m monitor health care required) Hom e In--i a 57 8 4 0 6e t N itrn 0 w /e o HPy Btiee
tocallers onaer- GOTCHA COVERED UP- 2T$1/each.850-526-0094 Twin mattress & frame needsto a disabled spector positions. CLASSIFIEDS P /Rent Fwater only times.
minuteor per-callha HOLSTERY: Call Debble C/ $25 850-482-4566 Christian female. Must $24 to $64,000 poten- We're Working For You! Proet eno
e r thesecall 850-579-4834 Womens clothes sz 10/12 tial, opportunities Newly Remodeled 1650 sq. electronics to give with
is. Some o these calls Boys sz 10/12. $20/bo. ,,ri ,,, for advancement. ft. Office Space For Rent, the boat. Seeking
aretonumbersoutside Will sit with elderly and 850-482-7938 Minllanano n.,Tn,) n. -..4. Nationalompany, FAR GARDEN Clinton St. $1200/mo. someone to take over
oftheUnitedStates& cook and clean. Have ref.- 1 sell training program, AMtAaneousDN 850-573-0960 payments. 229-220-
expensive international Call 850-326-4140 or 850- r t. r. m1d r8n.-'0)1. '7 rs a960r r ,d't .p_-a_- ..-..--.1010_
rates arech to 326-4223.127 Coptr7 S 26hp4 o re- General Help 1r' A Houses for Ret 19 'TOR Motor Guide '04
rateureh ton n Acceorles ..e. 54", industrial 236 Watdf 4 n f.n4 OThO Motor Guide '04
THIS PUBLICATION -raftsmen lawnmower. Wanted Unfurnished T,,elllwg Motor for Pon-
makeseveryeffortto Sitti ~~rp-Rd. Toshiba Sam- 3064 CONVENIENCE STORE IBR IBA ,. Green...,:,d .. loot control, $300,
list the charges for the n d sung. 0.T a 850-592- -3064 Ca r p "..:. .. m. control, 79 1 ,
reader. Remember,if Wanted: Live in house- 2927. 2'tires235-85-16 used. avilaori; I 263 Sales I_
you have any doubts, keeper, free room & Good trailertires $30 pa,. ',' 0 :Al. '; 309 1ar Eie *,"s A.. : ,. o ..1 ;; ,s ru
investigate board. 850-762-3144 or VariousX-Box&X-Box360 850-663-2227 ne'.l E' r,, ,,. ,,qIpn en r ,3.. i ur, fOR .LE B'lOWAER 1 H 'toi, 'l
If"it inv estigate! 850.718-7398/69-5442 games$q, each 850-663- ;;J/,,T d Fp c.AE33r f i'qR j
if it sounds too good to 850-718-7398/693-5442 games $15 each 850-663- area Oi 129 P J piercee Rea Estate Sales Posi- 1 set of KMC twin row 0-a2- p 4BR,35 ath. 4 0 000. o f.334i47h5-327 fer. $30
be true it probably is! 2227 Amaryllis I gallon pots, St 850-482-5241Real Estate Sales Posi- setof KMCtwin row 850-482-286. 4BR,3.5 bath. $450,000..334475-3272
be true, it probably m 7.50/each. Man. colors. 2- tion in Sunny Hills. No planters, 4 row. mount- Full info @www.inf-
Your Better BusinessS R A:i' .;ECIS ENVIR L SI prospecting. Leads come ed on a paulk frame 1 Grand Ridge, 3BR/2.5BA, #195636
Bureau is an excellent MERCHANDISE E ENVIRONMENTAL SITE to you. Must have a real KMC 4 row ripper w/ $1050/mo or lease w/
ource of informationCOORDINATOR III estate license. Sales ex- lift assistwhel& purchase option avail.
334-792-3804 chairs, S i COORDINATOR I eces .he not fertilizer attach. 1,000 Call 850-272-1181
1-800-824-5274 4 Dining room chairs miGeorgia-Pacific,,LLC es e s r gal. nursetankmount-......
rustic stye $50 850- VinylSwiming Pool&A- e- gal. nurse tank Never rent again! Buy
29rust-48 0 cessoriesl$0 5x-4.ACost in Hosford, FL is in quired. Fax resume to edontamdemtrailer. Neveryrent
W e209-6480 c Sell for 1504. Cost eed of an experi- (850)773-2834 or call 334-790-5077 HUD homes from
$300,e l' enced Environmental Brooke at (850)773-2823 $14,900 For listings JAMESGRANT
Want ttomselle .iAf f 80..-5. ?361 t eCdoEnvirtonmentalGandy 4 row insecticide 800-570-8898ext.1774 BUILDE RO R
your automobile? F it rSite Coordinator. Gandy4 row insecticide 800-570-8898ext. 1774 BUILDER/OWNER
yor 103 Applianes 139 Fn r applicator w/double 3 NEW HOMES
Place13 uF eqHouso M e17 u i Req neuirements t boxes, for two chemi- Very Nice 3/1 Stove Malibu Skier '01 Sporster
Classiiea it OlO 157 M sical includedu Bachelor of calls mounted on tool Fridge DW,W/D hook- GREAT LOCATION 60 rs. 325 HP, perfect
ClassifedAd 3 pc. Sectional Sofa $200, Sci Dere mibar. Good condition, up, inci. lawn $795/mo PRICED TO SELL cond. loaded $19,000
Science Degree inl- FREE ADULT CAT: Se- $650.229-758-3146 850-526-3355 UNDER 20K334-313-2367
Today! v 2 c. Sofa, $150, side Electronic Keyboard $40 mum of 3 ears envi- ral to fr $650.229758-3146 0-526-3355UNDER200K3343132367
$45 850482738 chair, $25, I daybed 850-526-3474 ronmentaI related 850-482-4057rltc
$100, Call 850-482-7597 5ex-526perience, working 850-482-4057 JohnDeere 6210M il a me / Legend '04 Bass Boat,
Ratu--- rtrk / -Bg experience, working h Tractor, cab & air. 1800 M m 850-5268367 225 Mercury, low hours,
021 10.Bench: Solid wood high- R auant ldge of Mi- YouNamelt... hr / JohnDeere640 6 e w i nd.,
1tback bench on rollers rcu' ft Excel. Classified Has t!!!Rent loader. Really nice. $13,500, mint(334) 790-1350cond.,
(made by Steve Odom), Eqipent ni. tacey ines 2297934222 2 & 3 BR MH, Cottndale NewReally nice. 3/2 1100 sq' Btown.
GREAT OPPORTUNITY! Blue PlaidInfantCar $70,850-526-3365. @ (Business t 404652-2130. Kittens, 6 weeks old, http://www2 charlBRM Cotto l e.3/ ate floors Javelin '94' Bass boat
Local Retail Business Seat$20LikeNew Business uipment pott trained, FREE to Massey Ferguson 124 t .cm a Tle/kamiate floors,'x 377A 150 fBas t strike,
For Sale.52 42Book case sturdy, excel- Turbochef Pizza Cook- EOE M/F good home. 850-482- Square Hay Baler, ci -4^/ P 10 trailer. $4750 334-596-
ti B 850-52lent ondon 15, Turbochef Pza Cook- 880/850-303-9727 $2200, Call (334) 790- lot$99,900 8507628185 trailer. 4750 334-596-
eration. Only Buser & Star Pizza Warmer 1265 2 & 3 Mobi Homes 1694
of it's kind in town. 850- Evenflo Highchair $35, 526-3365. erStarPizza 1265 2 & 3 MBobile Homes _5__&_obleHme_ 19
209-3544 call850-482-8290 Smokearoma BBQ FT/PT Help needed. for Rent/Jackson Ctv. Jason 1986 bass boat 110
Bunk Beds $50 OBO 850- Cooker Computer skills a plus. :301 ,i,. up Calln 850-.- RECREATION Johnson motor, garage
418-3604 8edoorwalSk-in-cooler Apply in person at Al- 327 Pr1odu 5C -kept, good condition
CMetalShelving tha Farmers Co-op, IstralianShepard i 1-. r-A i l 14500 0BO 334-794-
EARNChina Cabinet 100, R ta- 2-Royal Cash Registers Marianna 6 Australian epa 33479
ble set, $100 850-482-5998 (850) 352-3365 Border Collie puppies. & 1 S; App. & Lease
Hwks old. Good Cow Fresh Peas &Butter- Req.$400 + $300 e
FulltimepticalTechn- dogs. $50/ea. 850-579- be l t Sewer, *water/ garanter ari '82, 2mft
OMNI Home are professionals are among friendly, energetic, de- Produce. (850) 674-8709 No Smoking. 526-8367. ,00 29-94-35,
C A $ H OMNI Home Care professionals are among i ne ted, r 4238 unshld, Bount7 N/law carMe i5 1N0 Pets -- 2,000 229-924-3562
the finest, most dedicated individuals in our tailoriented, selfmot- Brndell Boxer Bulldog Also: U-Pick Grand
vatedteamplayerw/ LOST in Dogwooo Ridge Bobby Hewett Classified 503 B
S ai industry. It is this sort of dedication that has exc. verbal, people &PC Heights area. Call 850- (850)592-4156 Advertiig Tralis
asa newspaper carrier helped lead OMNI to the forefront of our skills. Willtrain. Mail re- 573-7554 REWARD FOR -= -s ing
injury and enjoy tremendsume to the Jackson RETURN. Peas-Various varieties & Yoursource 50m EL L
industry and enjoy tremendous growth in the county Floridan,OOkra. You Pick or we to selling andE L
Deliveries between 1:00 am & Panama City area.. 520, ATTN:B558, F.D: Ao HSfHUNRdge. pck.a8505922350 buying! .. .
Marianna, FL 32447. north of Grand Ridge. pick.Call850-5924350 buying!
6:00 am. Must have OccupationalTherapist EOE. Call to identify. Call Shiver's shelled peas & 3/2 within city limit, ari l .
Scedle_-Reiserdure850-272-1181 butter beansWhite, 425/mo Sec e i-
dependable transportation, Scheduler *Registered Nurse zipper, pink coesd Req.850-482-5492 334-695-2939. Hn& Re.e 306li
Loaded, wet slip avail-
We offer career advancement,flexible FT & utter bens. Farm 3 R/2 BA, CH&A.on 11th Triton 2005 1753 Crappie, able, in Port St. Joe, FL
valid car insurance & We offer career advancement, flexible & EMT/FIRE FIGHTER fresh, home grown, St. Malone. No pets or mercury 60HP, 4 strOke great weekend get-
drivers license. PT per visit schedules and an excellent Must bea high school grad or GED with 1, $20 be available soking. 569-9884 por 5 frt rear live ws, away, Detailed picse &
compensation & benefits package! 1-2 years exp. in fire protection; or any RMS.Corn ield/sweet 3343 and bait well, lots of info upon request. $70K
equivalent combination and exp. $4 pt, $8 qt, Squash $12 storage, fully equipped. 850-653-8147. Lv Msg
Come by and fill out an Qualified candidates may fax resume M specialRequirements box, canning tomato's 3BR/2BA, Clean/ quiet $12,500 OBO 850-547-
to or mato ertificaton as an emergency 12 bushell.wy 84 E. park in Marianna. No 3484 after 6PM Fisher 2008 1754, 4HP 4
a licatin at t877-471-8166,h Medical Division of the Florida Dept. of 334-522-3756. pets! $500 + Dep. 850- stroke mercury, ta-
application at the Call 866-362-5352 Professional Regulation. Certification in Fire 4718.d 0 b.11r chometer humming-
Jackson County Floridan to speak with a recruiter. Reference Fighting Standards. Certification in CPR by U-Pick Peas .. bird 565, live we, ige
440 Cn stitutIionLanejob #OOl2-O IA www.omnihha. the American Red Cross. Must have a Creamates, ,:ier.jn pump, $11,200 334-78-
4403 C titution Lane job valid FLD/L with D endorsement. Purple Hull/ JIacr. I ,pu 0p,$11,200 H334
Starting salary$23,947.00annually. per 5 gal bu i-. fi BIr.n r' P. ,r- C
Marianna, Florida SubmitJackson County BOCCemployment your own bL,:ier F.eld Mar'nn r -- Chaparral '84 198XL 185
application tothe Human Resources Dept., Corn will be r.d> r.y e r n .,r Evinrude with Trailer
0 M MN I t'"r 2864 Madison St, Marianna, FL 32448. the weekenoa i.1 p r 3 .* $4500.334-693-9360
S|MI *. - PH (850)482-9633, 100. 5.6 miles rN f-"" '- -- . Grand Ridge :,- Hw, 69 = -"- 34 ft. House Boat, Sleeps
JACKSON COUNTY Deadlinetoapply take Connor Rd to Pa- Sm 3/1 Quiet,clean. Lg. lot SPORTSCRAFT '70, 30-ft, 6, good cond., asking
Sis07-21-08. ront & Connor Cross- water/septic/lawn/pest 440 Chyr. engine, good $12,000 OBO, Call 334-
FLORIDAN he way home care shouldhe... EOE Drug-Free Workplace/EOV.Pref/ADA/AA ing, house is on the left incl. No Pets. st,last $300 condition, $5,000 OBO 792-1079 or 334-718-
EQEr e e3146 Parent Rd. sec. $600/mo, 8502091027 334-687-4634 9054

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Cadillac '93 Allante Con- Ford '05 Mustan GT, o Toyota '02 4Runner, Sl- Chevy 95' Silverado 1500,
vertible, red, beige white, 5 sp., interior up- n er, 2WD, Power W/L speed, 305 V8,16-19
l '.l- weather excellent. 71k grade pkg, 6 disc cd, (-) Leather, Tow pkg, roo MPG cold A/C great
-. .. miles $13,900 334-449- factory alarm, 24K' mi., rack 105K $10.800 shae, Re Cab $3000
Si 2823 or 334-723-3037 exc. cond., $17,900 obo, Mitub s 06' Elip a-. 102 8 $10M OBO 850-482-6066 or
*-"5EK3, *- -," r_ .... (334)794-7837 671-1735 GT, Red, 6-spd. 46550,850-39-7156
,-' ''. '*'y Cadillac '94 Fleetwood new tires, very clean, To,.0a 4 C.-T.r,. 4 .:.or
Ch 210 S ,n51 "O ". t.l.= -.\ / Bghm, silver, 150k mi., Ford '05 Mustang, V-6 mfg warr, Viper alarm, ir,. aui. j ur,.rr::i. cd Chevy '02 Silverado X-
Yow,, 2n0 ha bimir. 1. ailHU f ;" W WI-' $4200, w/ scooter chair, premium edition, Fully tints, Exc cond. 15000, ,,hnnr,. ,l pi hv Ie Cab 88K mi, good condo,
to ,galvanized, 2 trailer,60"" .. ... h i chair lift. 850-425-5677 loaded, great gas 334-333-7555. r,,. , . $15.9 a $9900,(334)798-2747
to cr.. r 'gag FLEETWOOD '05 Prowler Harley Davidson '06 Dyna days; 850-656-7212,5-8 saver. Reduced to. Call 3i4J36 9 Jul -
storedo n^y 2h i, AX6, fifth wheel 36ft 4 Four Winds 5000 '00, Wide Glide, Glacier $14,000.334-692-5577 Chevy '02 Silverado X-
man, extras. Like new slides fireplace, large white, Auto. 8-cyl. 2 WhitePearl, 6-spd. Cadillac '96 Fleetwood, $ E 1 Cab, 88K mi, good cond,
$27900 4753 sher, 300am .real WD.88300 mies,Great 5,000mi.Likenew.ew E MUSTChevrolet'05 1500 Crew, $90,(334)798-2747
must sat: $39900 334- condo. 28Feet, AM/FM Exhaust, Saddle Bags, llon .1n
Caravl 'E97 211. 687-2994 Cassette Stereo, Cable Backrest, Luggage s . 10.LSWhite 2WD Chevy 04' Tahoe Z71,
6c8l7 2u0r C4a S TV H eookp, TV Antenna R ack.. .yrs left on ext. Ca 41,. 116 To ta '07 Sequoia, Grey, 27,200 mi. CD r andy / b ige
create condo r2 ara40 ehp,.TVhoneoJack, T Sk warranty. Byrs flof -net.Bikeiis aw"hl," 2 .W.. "42k ml. Loaded, Dual Zone A/C, Cloth, leather, 83k miles,
matcnd ga.Telephone Jack, S warranty. Bike is flaw-Fmoon roof, leather, Tow pkg, Alo WhIs, steering wheel con-
opt. mtchig tnig %ot L Go& CO L less. $ 17,500. (334)494- p-. 1uei, P C, ^,^ .'r' n*' I1 KO r' 5c
oth Dsin tt .806-7578 a Ford '06 Mustg G warranty. Gr eat cond 774-6869. w/center bucket seat
de raier wL rE s BoothDinette Ai6 Cu. 0- 8 Ford '06 Mustan GTon M i siVs '06 Lancer 02 $26T, 9. Call 334-726-
Wl hours, NEW BABY lo i Foot Refrigerator with ,,ren 5bu r:. leiai inelP err 8- v9 C0 w.r 8 4818;n758 6disc cd changer in
ONLY REASON BOAT ISa kFreezer, 6 Gallon r r. das power seat re
FOR SALE, $11900 OBO, Electric ignition Water p. Door locks, BUY M ar controls,
ALE, $ 11 900i O, ia COult ?r $11750 BUY ME!
Ca 334-618-3957 eater, 32 Gallon Re.' 0 $16,80 4-701-
Call3-1-07Freshwater Tank, Tol- F 66-3400 r4. h >l4' *,cr,,ncn /aoaleWA l 8555/334-685-6233
let, Sink & Shower, 25 .-- Black. iish ,r "r asis K 9714-1601DI '900 rwo i
lg. slide out, 38', Water Tank, Heated .jp- on-. I.PP v 1-. l,
2BR,G great cond., Holding Tanks, 13,500 -,r0 i D T r 1 9 9 0 L d d a c t A3r fg D d *06Ic Ra Silv4er
S- '- ICa112-$10,500, BTU Roof Air CondiF- Screaming Eagle VROD, CHEVROLET -'O 3 30688 .. ; e,,'c
Sal2293081168, tioner 31,000 BTU Fur- Reda 7K ml, warranty, T hoe LT T Toyolta r [J,-,,3j, 0o Se eru C' A/CA
nace, Microwave Oven, $19 00 nego. Cal 334- ,TahoeLT.SUV Black, Fd '64 Thunderb rd, To amry r
Oven with 3 Burners, 7 714-5940. Auto.8-cyl. 2WD. 82K mi, 1 ownerI, $000. LE au uro. od DuI ,, Curmmlrn T ur
Persons, Queen-size 78,000, ecl Will trade. Call 334-632-ai 191 IHH K f aer E l 2k Cl.
95 Hunter 23.5 sailer o 8w/ 8 Bed & Mattress, 7,41 Harley-Davidson 2000 condition. Loaded, 8024trade. Call 334-632- -4- 4. 1 j L0 r i.0ru mw 8
m l ( e e b onn98 Coachman Santara, (Gasoline), 5 Kw LPG heritage soft-tail, pearl CD, A/C, AM/FM, rnCab Z-71 39k m Cll 0 v
......-.. .... 35ft. 23,000 miles, Generator, Trailer white, lots of chrome, stereo, newtires, Ford '85 Crown Victorian Mitsubishi '07 Eclipse GT, Volkswagen 05' Torgua- leather, cd, tint, t 526-290 days, e es.
Can e 334-806-2822. 7 en- Hitch, Car dolly, Non- extra seats. $15,000 leather int.very LTD, 4-dr. V-8 auto 92K V6, Loaded, Ithr, disk reg, Gray w/saddleinte box shield, vent 94-9931
tries, ducted CH/A smoking New: All 6 334-693-0540 clean $16,400 new paint &in htd seats, fin, avail. no 4k mils, top o v,,rs, ru ua Dodge '04, 150 Qa
hydraulic levelers, Tires, Brakes, Catalyt ic Call 334-790-5685. to. $1495 Ca1 334-687 $17900. John 334-797- the line, sn roof, Vo exccond 2 0.0, cab Excellent condition
rear queens, sleeps Converters, Spark Harley-Davidson 2001 1. 04200rJason714-1601 tionual climate air, Ca 334-207-8714. 60 Auto 119950
6, leather r power cap- Plugs. Battery. $17 000 883 sportster huggower, h.8eate seats, automat- Please call 334-774-
ta i charsbase- OBO, Please Call 334- excellent condition C et Corvette iFord '93 Mustang nv/manual shift op- 75690 or334-432-0533
mont model, great 347-0496. miles. 334-693-0540 Coupe. 71K actual mi. 1 Ford '93 Mustang Con, 4t steeringwheel
en model, g reat owner 2 tops, other ex- 'l ne .i or. control, side curtain
shape, all manuals, Harley Davidson '98 1200 tras described when 1.,'o0.85J .? air ba s, window
hour'.... service records, Damon lntruder00'. Sportster 13K mi. Many called. 334-393-2109 Frd i45 Mutarg .. shades for back seats, 0
32,000. 850-762- 35ft. Class A design- extras, customized re 5 500 8 and rear air. $ 23,800 .
86' BAYL.NER . V| er.V-10, 27,917K2 Manual, Gas Saver. Chevrolet '93 Corvette ra 2 334-701-8555/334-680-
86' BAYLINER 29ft Volvo slides, 2AC 2TV's $4,000. 334-984-2044 Convertihl, Red lea th- 7202 ... 633 4 701-8555/334-6
* fully loaded s ide friw er, 70K miles. $14,000. Ford '96 Th nderbird LX
, r. ',3et I,',0ee e ,3 r N21w Honda '03 VTX 1800 00 .Please call 334- exc. cond., loaded, Volvo 04' V70, 2.5 turbo
S13.9" ag t with approx $2,450, 3ew wc) Chevrolet '02 5 -10 Crew
$13.9'e0 08,G.': "8;.'ili9.. F.. ; -' ''r"ei. T a cirk- Black, Motorcycle. Gar- 712-1531 $2,450,334-699-5766 '1Mitsubishi '92 3000 GT wagon, 73k miles, Auto Ch e olet '2 Cr
31 ;:14 ;,?-.38 4 -.'* ,.i ,), 5. age kept with approx VR-4 Red, 5-spd. 6-cyl. w/manual shift option, Cbrl e
S 1'--I 'fqu-: 6 2000 miles. Showroom Che '03 Z06 Corvette, Ford '98 Taurus, 119,000 AWD; 98,000; Loaded dual air climate control, ppa a e pkg4F e Dodge '06 Ram, Silver
S condition. Backrest / xe.cond. miles, miles, V6, $2600, Call PB, PS A/C, AM/FM memory seats, CD/ca- anc d Auto.6cy 2WD23k,
call Backrest1/6027,500 850-762-8399 (334) 899844 Iv stre le and seats, r-.n *odti. fu ly bade A B.W D.23k,
uager acwDm/ Da Brak 01', luu9kgedack w / wibaq (334) 899-8448v.msg. stereo leather interior sseplayer gold w/tan tend array iPower steer, CD, A/C,
stainless st'" Brop 0' quick detach wunind-i Runs well, very clean, leatherremaining O1 k 69,000m=m l"e Like new.Cust Ex-
SClas. A, 15 2261. 2 AC, shield. $8700, 334-445- Chevy '05 CpavalIer.Ta, Ford '99 Taurus black Great Shape. $10,500, warranty $10,900, 334- n, It Cra
~,*' = ,. LgA ";.I,.:ut'. i 'I':'.nd 6933. dPS, PB, am/fm radio garai terira, ACa.2000 334-794-7826. $1.701-8555/334-885-6233 OrigInal owner, hausted Cover,Ra-
*5.'? i0 e -iPlease w p er. 53,284K. 33 t 33 726-3136 2Fot R 1 4
v5H We'sp..-T bD,et- .ieT .:. 315 31 Honda '05 CR85R Moto- $6,500.. Call 334-671- MITSUBISHI '95 MIRAGE 14 3.1 0093 790-4509.
wudoHl 3 42sliders, dc -rear-- .__ ...__ o-_ ._ I_ _a_
kitchen., h wdesflo Damon cross Dirt Bike exc. 214 or334-596-0214 GREAT GAS SAVER! AD 601 Atmik 'l ie :n Dodfge '95 Ram 1500 w/
. Kgoode ar.woo loors Damon '96 Daybreak cond., Ready to Race! Chevy '07 $ 0 50 00 'iChevrl 0 00 vera g ,500.
.go o condition, $14,000 Motorhome. 31 ft. First $975 takes it! Call Chevy '07 HHR Exc. (850)209-3453 L V Re cam r shell, 203K ml,
30ft. Hunter Sail Boat,687-2684,334-703-0125 Clean, sips 6. Great (334)984-2044 cond. Crimson Red Che Came. Z28 L'dd. CD M f. V-6 1,650.334-803-0364
turn key Live Aboard, cond. Comes w/ 2-wh Take over payments Nissan '03 350Z Touring A C, ru ll, Grr DODGE '99 SIT Extcab.
great weekend 20Tra 9fvel Trailerlik new, cardolly.334-792-0619 HONDA'06 VTX 1300 C daughter over seas. pack. 61K mi. new tires 6500334-632-1100K cond. Extras 1200000
asking $ ,, C Chevrolet 92 Sprinter 20 Cruiser, 1,700miles. 334-796-9929. .& brakes lec. blue ,12Truck. Blue, Auto. 8-
Pt. Saint Joe FL. $18 askng $10,000, al Chevrolet'92 Sprinter 20 black & chrome,Vance 16900 OBO 334-397-
SCa850-227 (334)677827 f self contained Motor and Hines custom ex- Chev '32 O iginal body 03816o334,95-0381. e, 4 cyl. 2 'WD300. great coni-
0 2006 custom park model Home. Great for camp- haust, $8,500 OBO 334- rame, 50 engine, AT 0381 or 334-695-0381. AiUe T. '00 Tahoe 4x4 tion. $4300. Call 334-
(2) YAMAHA'S '06 Wave L cu npar mdlod ing, huntihig, fishing 695-9269334-695-9265 Trans., extras Must Honda '05 Civic EX Spe-Nissan'05 Maxima SL, 56 mi., exc. cond. Dode '97 4
runners 4 stroke eng, months perfect for lake $' HondaRancher 2 WD w/- o toq pprneiate!S2r- cial Edltion, Fiji Pearl fully loaded... c nd .$90 BO. Call 34 t '97 4-whl drie,
-dua trailer w/covers lot...-.$5700.334-762-251 Honda Rancher 2 WD w/- ous nq only $20,000 Bue S sd 36500 m I r,er 7 a 7-2 " '-" .
excellent c condition hunting cabin or Airstream '93 34 ft. deisel electric shift Like new obo.334-372-4122 $13,500,998442586. .t.CIin ll, '.4 '1 -- a- 3i 1 .
8$14000 for both 334- mother in law suite on 64.000K mi. excc cond. $3000 850-20.-4.447 Ce v ra.. Ca ...o. race Honda0 58C.v.i c Td n a21 ._-677 4.d3 $b.,0. Ca65
$14,0007 your lot ready to $25,000 334-792-1079. ChKAWASAKevy'6KLX8 Camero, race Honda '0H5 yidc .N.n '0 A i'T3 55 F 9Fl .0
,Move. $33 ,900 OBO KAWASAKI'05 KLX-110 car,468 engine, runs Gold, 33 000 o I r h.d ,
move. $33-, 900 080 en i, Gold, 33,000 miles.iI r"ii. v- door, n & t,3r43 16
2000, 23', Aquasport, (251)654-58 34' Allegro, 1990, 37,000 $1,100,like new, exc. 6.50 1/8, beautiful car Great condo. 40-50 mpg a ,. I owner, .
w/200 Johnson Ocean miles. New tires/ex- cond (334)445-4304 $12,500. 334-687-9788 $16,500. 334-585-3891. rmp r, siicn.I'. $I4.90 515
Runner Great condi- 2005 Gulf Stream Cavilar haust/brakes. Excel or(334)791-8549. or334-695-4499 $.4.--553.n698
tion. $15, 500. Please mdllent condition. Fu leeps cond. $10,500 0BO. 334- 5.m. Jeep '05 Grand Cherokeew T ; .- .
cai 334-791-2609 l exce nt con idt. pFul 565-3160/504-0223 KAWASAKI '05 KLX300 Chevy '91 Caprice, 4-dr. Jepsn r Dhn :akZ.
4..p e-,- .e stand up shower. piped and jetted Like new paint, Burgundy in miles. MustSell wy I i arT. r, Cd,'a,: 'i 0.1e. Red.
$7.,00 334??7.103Q 28 ft. Allegro, well main- new. $3000., 334-791- & out. Good cond. 96K $15,999.0OPlease resi.rrd 5950. }54.. C nvertb.l. OO. .
itaned new tires, fully 8549. $4,200. OBO or trade. call360-460-828 14-42-1 334-1T 74924l.
oun 5 4 S Dua r,,,e Cila si: loaded, new paint, In- 334-793-7989. .....- o 1... Call .. ;2
301"M 2 ti, I .at door kept. $12 ,500.4 Call3 Nisan 93 NN4L4 T.c. C dlar c 7n Elo ..' e,., Re Ch rol
s,. lielt W hlu.l 334-792-8018 or 334- .. , f r tran, o. cn d. mint n2a3wt urg ndv A
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--. $ .06 3 ,6.060 Ir 6.tomant..
19 ft. SportsDeckBoat Auto..4..
'05,90HP Mercuryw/ 2003 Keys:1on- C.C.ugar lI *i0ries' rrs ia. i.p6 0.0 C C lla od C45I 4o Wmilsrrne
stainiesssteelprop. 5th whoa. S .t "p Kawaz ak '06 ZX-10R rLEXU 0acr2.cL.XjotPerlukT.; PD52K. Like
9passengersDept EFs. 28 hi Inrj Bla 81cv, Motorcycle. 3200 Chevy '93 Corvette con LEXUS '02 LX470, Pearl 334-64161
ed tr o, n BO to r room -slide Cir '.. nl.l o. l r c d w 0 Rea -Wite. n p s $V.85 Auto. m$ 9 Call leahe i v.e
elec.anchorboat cov- 2'$13000, ,: ?i3, 40thS av ad. cyl. 4. WD we orbo-8ll $4,20.33.72: r. 43 4 ,A 9.
r, heavy dut trailer. l $13000,3."4e m ma:, Great cond, dition, ruby red, new LOADED, Great c monn "i, T .'un,4". *0 ,,'.,, ,-r. m 01
S8, 334u983 leave message. 1997 Four Winds Class C, $7000,334-687-8624. tires & battery recent $24,985 334-798-5271. Caond 333453or3l Chev '57 elair2door, Ford '1 F0 4R
$8,5 3493-9131 ft, A/C, stove, micro- 750 ATV, lik tune up $16,500 850- 447-3237 Red,.NeWinteriorExc.r
or334-596-4170. 2002 35' DUTCHMAN wave, fridge, sofd,, di- asai 750 ATV, l 332-0065 or thuddriver Lexus' '04 LX330 50K mi. .. Cd,muse. r r itonTe o
1994 Master Craft Pro 5TH Wheel, 2BD, nette. $24,900. Call 334- new bumper, specialty sun-rf crystal white. Plymouth '68 Fury II. ms, A Car. WAS$20K se $120, rue850-21k-
Star 205, Immaculate 1.5BA, 2 slides,excel- 791-1450. packag4)33,-98 18/24MPG $23,000. 334- RWheels, -uns, R but needs work. N 1338
With soe accessories et c- 702-1010 or 334-701- Make offer. 334-447 3793190
000 Call $18000334-695-1159 Kawaski '07 Mean Streak 6501. 9152. Chevrolet 98 Z71 P/U Ford '99 F-350. Enclose
34-794.9766,r/90-9422 '. Special Edition. Under .Chevro lepontaic t9-,-.-" Fservice truck. $8,000.

334-7 94- 10m up camp Tve T P ---- C372 0e e -E Lariat, Cal7l3475 Fr
15' Quahit .Db.iHull, 1995 Shasta Travel Trail- l --- 3 id9"-4 a good, all options' needs ram air hard top c n- Dr 98K mi., VerCean, 97-1
seater f ca r s ecle. $500. CaJsW 50ll H97u5ll13 Pde 167ke^ Ti 5.80 37
Sl er, 22 ft., sleeps 4,a Vcs, '. C ru, 5 ome work,250, Call vetbe 2 sweater. Very -k 790-2364, 334-793-1005 Ford 34F3- Super
er (334) 8994247 Chevy'94 Camaro (334) 792-410 or 618 rare car $6,500 334-792- 790-2364, 334-793-1005
outboard motor and! FoBuer 61s 8 o
u92e uiu, s 29 Seda n. A5- rd. 9101 4100 or e4 334-618-9101.504
Trailer. Make an OfferS Po ars 90cc (06, green ,6- a215p d 9e 4Chev roletd Z71.4,$1.ad5 00, dCall (33) 897-
334-794-6994. 08' Amerilite Travel Traler Gmreatcond. $1,650. Call o Wr Loae Classifieds have what C rew.ilvet 0 31K ml -
21'!2 ft. Folly self con 334-726-7516. Power brakes, Power Mazda 04' RX8, 62,000 al2 CaaessifC e, S d ivre. 0582
'08Trion18t.xp tae sedfon -, steering, CD, A/C, miles Runs great.-orla you are looking for. Bose PSR, DVD, Exc
w/ ted Used oncePd 04 Pace Arrow 37 C SNF 2008 50CC moped, runswel, newtires, Cat-back exhaust. TakePontiac '00 Grand Prix.Ford68 F100 step side, d.rd05 F-250.50k mi.

Spt .7 nh m er579-221o7n 4DR GT. AT, AC (every Y agreatmsaeae oo $18C0a ll 32 Ask $10,F500. Call
/fm 715HP mer $1,40, asking $100 850- Work Horse Chassis. street legal. $800 334- T-Tops, veryclean, over inmts. $190 owed. 4DR GT. AT AC .( er groet shape, ne0 mo 331.0 9a4l1 1Ak18,5 0. Cn l
-. udem nd or / 19K, loaded, 3 slides, 99 793-5248 Great cond. $4000., 850-557-6199 option), 104k mi. 18K ac ,941-28-1128.
nfi .00' 19' Prowler. tow car, $93,000, Call 334!618 3414. pI mmacuate cd $6000 334-671-
finderstainlessste l 00' 19' Prow er, Very (334) 618-0717 SUZUKI '06 C50T' Mo-*9 stt-uo- *. Mazda. 3'91 MX6, aol. 55 I a l 3-6T d .. 3BO34-671
prop. Rady rto fi sh cl ean upgrades, n ew torcyc e. $7500. Call _. ,aze, .atl al uto. u 60 334-67.-7746. 2 s LWe
$1M8,600 -5412r tires, battery, etc. l A '3 Class A Monoc Ia 334-379-7315. CHEVY '94 Caprice y a i. Cr C e16 s. c3 08. M
S 334-e790-134. must see, $7995 850- p alr ma.'2 slides. .1,.. w/LT1 posi rear end 648-31M 71us Pt s;e .nlc300 Tr,6, s *
S,2722 845 ba th oadrl t in caer SUZUKI 1500 '01, BLACK, Station wagon. Autor 4-i r f ,. c ean ar $ n e C iler
d- i , " l' l 1'u rnshigr. 8000K mi. Like new. $1800. Call 334-696- Mercedes '05 5 500, 0 :.1,, ea

e06 334-685-1070 SER. $25,00, -80g-313 pg5 334-79-797t ________ __FdFLt
vera o avaled .i Yamnr"s. .2 IV B8I. $ 2 5500. 334-470-0237. 8019. ver/ash, loaded $47.5i67) ~u.1 47I'u C,, nTlr ..--' -s--sgurI
ta trV. s 57_1s. 33.79..3l' Victory. 1999 1590, SK CHEVY '94 Caprice$SERIU I 4e, upgrade "
sork -n- Play1 2006', 28ft -r ty 6 0. American made bike w/LT1 posi rear end INQ"IRESONLY ,11 3.000 334447. ,8599
SBumper pul toy hauler ,"512 Firm 3J34- Stfornn wan.n Ato r44759 "
sleeps 6-8. E71.Cond... Io yI/t 51 $18,. Call 334-696. fi n,01. doo 1 ilK... l eli' lr ,n.oi r, excellentconditn
S'8 i Tr. .. .. 1y4armnaes, 02' Zura ." white, 6-cyl, CD. 115k Reduced-Sacrifice Fully loaded 78K. 4DR,so whitefull
C 2311 334 t W"62675 E 04 Big Dog Ridgeback,en.54000m.(m3m)73i...-Verycle, go 8e-r $17000.Call 334-677- loaded $15,000. Cal l
4slideskinbg' "ber. 6400 mi. 125mpg. Cnewy 96 Caprice 4Bduoor. mi. clean, good Chevrolet'57 Be-Air 00 all6
Tent Tranier. seep 6. AC Har tail, 11,000 mi, Windshield & luggs *hl['e. burguny i I- cond. $5000 OBO. 334- door,neweng. &paint, O3133/7975341 334-983-1860
and ra.6u0,).C, l$19,5O334-648-2425. -rack,excel. cond. 1160Aiwner ec" :ond 129K 791-1604. 75% refurbished Many .,
334d4 T11 850-352-4723 m 4extras5Tak .ng; b ids

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3 r1994 H yh al OOu condition, very Yamaha '04 YFZ ot50. _3061 S R g 23346173s 5532 "~r .
2p inr :5i s els use 2 sdes mi4,?0 league $2,000 Many after marketO w n - 133413FSerab
I. flly74Iu` i1,0yl5,' .IA 05n (5r4 8'7g' 0 rr t' rwlrry687-3275 or ege850-625-" arts,$3200.te d334-726- Mercedes '89 6'89560SL, bur-. -- n
y n-.8 4"n i le1 2tyd 83 I647 dhs.t 35k424 g, oodyi/ ta.leather L new. rv60Ck/ C c d Ford '05 F-250 Lariat
wee 01cR, TS 334 ketmAlrtUT OLhV 34343965xtas0101K miles, both tops:, of5T4iem'intf road pg, aWhite
805-3058 new tires, gapacks, 87 m. per gallon Scooter. Yamaha 07' V-Star. New beautiful inside & out, -.W w" i .'th matchIng ARE
Prowler '04 5th Wheel, 25633,500ooN522-3564 1997,Kasea street Loaded, comes with needs nothing. $12,900. WuRefe $1 4r.2Tr35iT. 2 dB lopper. 74 WD. Crew
ft. Must see! Nice unit 9Sab96ezeCs A 95 ready, includes helmet, helmet & cover. only 1 Call 334-684-2006 5cK or fOull24'IiMcSk
-Many extras! $15,500 good condition new adult drivengarage mile!$6,500.lCall any Ol Chevyi'04C 3oleradoc lCoade,8p150,Vmowe
Call 334-714-0210. carpet & bath fixtures kep 5 30i mleas. $85. tome 330 44l42 C 2 Or coding produc-,ex- And a/c Caut brakes, power steer-
64900 mile $25,500. -2,Cr -. Yamaha 2003 YZ125,2 7 mileage. Call 334M774 Pontiac'01rGrand AM, cellent condition, new Pon/.PW/Potona ing, CD, A/C, AM/FM,
utbaIek '06 31 RQS Load 850c547-3431 Harley Davidson 00 Haed- stroke,, p circuit p 4 Crsfire. 8731 or 797-5130,. Red, 4DR, AC, AT, C.D., motoraw/ old motor for coen ru S v rds L stereo, low miles,
Sed $16,900 OBO 3 t e d.aml , ra tion Grey 6-sd. 6-c 48K. Mercedes Benz'98E-320 AM/FM. Real Clean! parts. $6,000. Neg.. Call spray liner. leather t very
'618-450I bue,. :silver, rd radio, 334-726-3842 oaded, CD, leathe o. 78Korg m white well $4200.334-792-7814 334-522-3755 $14,495.. 334-792-2938 clean, warranty, Like
Nash 2004 StrwieM l lots of extras, $12,000 m a Gr nd" $17K. 334- min avea lel Pontiac '6 GTO, 6.0, DELIVERY TRUCK. Diesel or8335701"5529 1. ,1. Ca,
124-53, 1l .e, m'ores 3334-671-4281. Yamaha 2005 Ra tor 660, 591810 -servce ecord. 400HP 24,000 miles, w/ lift gate. Year 2000 Coh3 b3o0, 1 d5 8510-527151
sive Mbndiolkieni.8M looyA 0416770Ms w Chrysler '06 PT Cruiser, b,
a srs,4 1 '000 334677-3738l C '0$ T19RU3SE5, 9 7 back in/out, one owner Mileage apprx. 118,000. iae lots of chrome Ford '00 F- 'Lariatkwith
equipmEnt. IW-nir S Ym.a 2006 37,800k mi. exc. cond, x $26,000, 850-352- 334-794-744 r 334797 l um i num wheels. brush guard. 103kmi.
Ftal trawood n coralo. '_6 nac.3_9-52483 7 ,dcmt2 2| 1100, 31,00 mileswr- -71$4500. 334-791-2609 I $7,900. Call 334-693-
discuss ntr-: oc34-6 'a v i 7 rnt-$200 8,34-2 FOD Pontac '07 G 4 cyl.. rIl- Froeiht liner 92' 60 series 5454. leavemessage
4315 Kt e bt --3 s e 3 uno r t 793-5621 or 334b1 e vetbe let r V be t ul. l- d ver n 4 door, 14K m r ,ler c, o,,dT, hvlP,,', d
Montana 200595tW '00 T3iL '.f4 8 7 8rre-s-e 79 35620 334- cruise, $13,900., 13$4, Th:,r 1..9 TJra :- 3,,r I,)n .1 Fr,1 '100. runOsa gl80o
Montana 2005 5th Wheel u od, ,,',Im', Td miI 4456302 (334)733 0,19 ')', 8061068.;29 0 $00 0 Ci 850-20
4 slides, king bed, ex- ii,-,mi-lad,-, nr," r j--' Z '07 250F BnBLo Under 5 RACE___CAR__-__Dirt_ 2614
cellent condition. osii,;-n i,.i rr,,r, l -- '1C7ifhourev fonod $4uu'. | l~it. -- 'RA CAR .. DirT.. ... i____ille---i__"..---_
$34,500 OBO 850-547- uu Ciao 331 16;' r0" 334.806-29J1. -, .. model 05 ,C C J a) burn .M 1 ,., b Itcb .1i'. -, .. -
$34,500 080n 850-47 ..:...,IO .i .r 't '1r i .k7- 3"1i & 8 ft. InClOSed 3,i. ,, 1 uT,)7 TrirA.n',O,,

hetrnw 00 nn 5,90moeino33- mlloEcolnt n, trk eo, 8439-14 el rie lk nwin 4,t-al. 6ft od. 12K m..380.Go

-gnrtri/nier-7320 od Bte hn R .1, ihlnlr'.$611 or 2,0,3465 $,0.344426 r ,-., ,1:-

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624 Pick-up ks 627 r Utility 627 Sp Uilit 630 Vans 630 Vans 630 Vans 900 Legals 900 Legals 900. Legails 900 Legale
Vehi6lns veh6lais....
uick '07 Rainier, 1 one LF14161 Street, Marianna, FL, 32448, tial interests are affected of any rights) such per-
owner, leather, BOSE, On- NOTICE OF SALE (850) 482-9633, or (800) by the District permitting son(s) may have to re-
.tr mnil, irret L - 955-8771(TDD).' decision may petition for quest an administrative
X6,1, Y ,,, ,-, The following vehicle will an administrative hear- determination (hearing
h',,, J,,3,,,mom"bbe sold at auction on Aul- NOLF14175 F ing -in accordance with under Sections 120.569
I. 'ib-r .vi st 6,gus t 6 0 NOTICEOFFINAL Sections 120.569 and and 129.57, F.S., concern-
231 Tire Auto Center, 856 AGENCACONTAKEN 120.5 FS. or may ing the subject permit.
231 Tre &Auto Center 856 BY THE NORTHWEST choose to pursue media- Petitions which are not
US Hwy. 231 S., Alford, FL FLORIDAWATER tion as an alternative filed in accordance with
-2420. the aboveprovisions are
32nMANAGEMENTcDISTRICT remedy under Sectionubjectod
Hummer '07 H3, $26,500, Dodge '01 Grand Caravon Ford '86 E-150 8 passen- Pontiac '05 Montana SV6 MANAGEMENTDISTRICT remedy under Section eo is s are
Sf ='- z Red, 8200 miles, Red/ ES, red, Van. Auto. 6- ger club wagon. White, Dark Blue, Van. Auto. 6- 1997 Ford Concord Notice is given that Florida taut 1ec s te dmis
Fo 7 I Black Leather Seats, cyl. 2 WD. 120,000 uto. 8-cyl. Power cyl. 31,000, Loaded, VIN# 1FALP6535VK162173 stor ter pemit num- 28-d R 2-40, F ri because the administer
Chrome Brush Guard miles, Loaded, Power brakes, Power steering, Power brakes, Power stormwater permit num- 28-106.401404, Florida tive hearing process is
Ford'07F-1504x4Chrome Brush Guard miles, Loaded, brakes ta, ber 157 was issued on Administrative Code. Pe- designed to formulate fi-
La catTr-Sand White Larger Tires than Stock, brakes, Power steering, A/C, rebuilt engine, steering, CD, A/C, 2005 VentoMotorcycle May 22, 2 to Sun- titns mstra e Cod. designed to formulate fi-
k Leather4x4,Call334-685-3463 CD, A/C AM/FM, ste- runs well, Fair cond AM/FM, stereo low VIN#5KMMCG2B455130244 y must agency action, the fil-
w/Black Leaher. ireo,D /runs well, leather $3,500 or obo. Call 334- miles, new tires, leath- South, LLC for construc- the requirements of ing of a petition means
Fullyloaded.Perfect Cadillac '03 Escald int. very clean, $6,200, 699-5601. er int. very clean, Like LF14167 tion of a 5,215 square Florida Administrative that the District's final
Condition.$31,500 ESV, 1 owner, 92 K m,. Call334-347-0496. new. $12,000, 850-594- Noticeof Meeting foot repair shop, vehicu- Code, Chapter 28-106 action may be different
obo.(334)48-3364 8000 mi. warrant 7758.or 850-209-0787. lar use area and a storm- and be filed with (r- from the position taken
o(View33)4Pics8ww 8-3364ak, 'GMC '98 Safarimang Van, 7758.or850-209-0787. The Jackson County Board water facility on 3 par- received by) the District by it in this notice of in-
MyWenlinecom $19,00, (334)793-919 Ford '00 Conversion, top 7pass, V6, AT AC, Rear Need aNewHome? of County Commissionerscels of land on the north Clerk located at District tent. Persons whose sub-
CHEV '04 Avalanche quality by Mark Ill, like Air, Very clean, Exc- Check out will hold a Budget Work- side of Hwy 90 just east Headquarters, '81 Water stantial interest will be
CHloaded $18,000 cAv alanchl 71 new, leather,fully load- cond.. 118K m. $3,500. the Classifieds shop Tuesday, July 22, 2008 of Panhandle Road, Mari- Management Drive, Ha- affected by an such fi-
695-2739 see 9950 334-677-7748/803-3058 at 8:30 am, in the Board anna. van, FL 32333-4712. Peti- nal decision o the Dis-
ord '97 F150 XLT S er 9 334-687-3171 Room of the Administration tons for administrative trict on the application
Cab, riton V-8, i- Chevrolet'99 S10 Blazer, ISUZU. '00 RODEO, Nissan '04 Quest. White, Building at 2864 Madison The file containing the hearing on the above ap- have the right to petition
mond plate tool box, Good A/C New trans., BRONZE Aut: c) 2 58k mi. Loaded, War- Street, Marianna, Florida, application for this per- plication(s) must be filed to become a party to the
bed liner, bed extender, w/warr.,newtires, WrD . Ladel. ranty, DVD Ent. System, I mit is available for in- within twenty-one (21)proceedIngs in accor-
Heated Seats, Auto
74-4210 or 677-6007 clean, runs great!!!!! nats irA. Cruto .:.:.nt.. -1 d ion In accordance with the section Monday days of publication of dance with the require-
$3 33)5 Door Great Americans with Disabilities through Friday (except this notice orwithin metssetforthabove
FORD 06' F250 XLT, 4WD' Chevrolet '02 Tahoe LT J l Chroi.J 4,4 PRICED TO SELL, .<: Act, persons needing a for legal holidays), 8:00 twenty-six (26) days of
Diesel, White, 68K White, Auto. 8-cyl coldAC& CD er $14,995.334-701-9099. special accommodation to a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at the the District depositing
miles. $23,000. W A to.e 8 O A 3 9 participate in this meeting Northwest Florida Water notice of this intent in
Call 334-726-4821 2WD. 91,000, Loaded, runs great, new paint, Ford '03 Windstar, Lt. TOYOTA-'03 Sienna Van should contact the Admi- Ma nt District'sthe mail for those per-
Great cond. $12,000 $500 OBO, Call (334) Green, Minivan' 49k Pontiac '01 Montana, Silver 86K Great condi- nistrator's assistant no lat- ERP Office,, 2252 Killearn sons to whom the
Ford '99 Lariat F250, S (334)726013. 70-3974 miles, Loaded, new clean, good condition tion Loaded, Very er than 5 days prior to the Center Blvd., Suite 2D, trict mails actual notice.
e4r Dutv Bi ruck . 0 Grand Cher..Lee. ir. very clean Great loaded. 7 passed ePr clean. DVD w I remote a rai n
4 4, E,[ cat,, V 1,'.1 8 .1 4 ,i = I. ';, Ajng ', , I T rr Tlilh .. see. FLn Faiiur ro fii e 3 eiii nO
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c Co.nstruction, rc m iv h -SOYSa.RUCTEIOc

Fod!8 Towi33i Truck SATSw PD 51-i SELL i34 64 0 EricBaker
3 .I 30 71 1' C 1 3' I 3 ir .rw '

.i'1 ,custombuit ~,.o r ,,0.FM,rrnr l"6.tC'i, [t l SoiEvt s I Cl r l S.RVIE .

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Forrd '04 XLT Siuper rwb. i,t.ia re n 3 2 ngn "*J fe i ias : oo Cona
ohin' ou, nO r r i :ForA Yo, rEertainncen l h All TTirra oir..
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314.5. c 334-430-* ip C Wrangl3r. Ne4pislllBigE!

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So o A/pl IoM/r i., Sales 6 SrVi Field Fence n C ff
$1o,,5pr0 m 376.257 "4 $-1 | -- 51 . 7 6- 26 7

z 7.30 ,, oL e . Vicery Seice Horse w N Self Storage
CAMh R 20 ATr 4 LANMD R 08 Di, COMMERCIAL Barbed e CoNmmEUCial aLd lima ntroll
Ford '85 Tow Truck SEATS, PD 51K, SELL 334 464a0380Eric Bakerd8F
bi loaded,34 all pwr34-6,9 whit 4,9 Li CAC 058726 RESIDENTgIAL Fence Lie Clearing Rsi detial ll i g r ri ig 4 Cr Access

ver4c Land-Rover '99 Rane (ofo Ke Pad Entry
G 7$8,500, Call 791-8695A Chevrlet00Talazer ___yyMonth- GetReions B mn Cori89I
sor334-794-26 l LT, loaded, a4WD. 90K ICONSTRUCTION I 2ndM h FR
prw kgb, bed lln bea IH HH.,gem n, c_ ree Eltate l.Pats IFire Lanes Licensed & In-ttred .

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Ford '04 XLT Supera biu. b .$ ) i3"34,t3.2.4S22 *WODo ChdldrenNPartes Too!..

tooCooing... REMODELING ox53Knspection ml

ad coo bCa I M e VINYL SIDING Cl l ur B
$15,00' 3. $3,5, Ca 03. 7 ,9 .U t"_...s. l Wd in& Surroundin Sr iige RMariannafar

GM 07 D51 rm Dese1 1 "1 "oI*HREOA
Ford ,1 ALT 5( (850) 573-1880 Vi. Mastercard. Discover
mi Gooseneck bal n IJEp 'l I)vr3ng. r. ,el. Robin n
bed. ExcelIcr i Robi n-on li
34 6n 92 rakcsi, st8,0.alLn01602Po e rP wer kLC ninln
334-69-220e 4,0z White ingCD AM/C FM, Ht tg, LLdC 5an la ae

GAT 6cyl 4WD 130k, B runs well, low miles, i a leaning Inc. Exle ell

Extended Cab. Gn.i All Porta"le Bulldingr
PS, CD A/C, AM/FM, Fair c ndtiono ,000, 6" saluesI Cllf Field Fen ce ite iS i
milesfsunroofl$6500e 334- lift, procomp Ca35's 334- Poo CGC 1510513

navigation, rear view 3rd Row on-star/ 334-393-1855 AluminumAwnings, l COMMERCIAL Barbed epais dy ting I
lK793- m0677 es 7010338.2 P n Se ce Horse i HO EWO S sSelf S

Nissan 4roteXE 500Ca334-89 Caddw2 t 4 State Crt. Sr 131ee Kitchen "Beautification WashingLLCT ne r
S on Chevy 200 Blazer40 LX, 0LAND ROVER '98 Discoe- C |Com cia d Residentialdng fSo e
99- k mi. 4dr. auto, fully ery, 81K miles, Maculate rstesnstaations 4Ft.and tupAvaila.e i Commercial C Aced
4921loaded, allpwr white, $4,995334-37-3002 Lic CAC058726 RESIDENTIAL Fence Line Clea Generalsd Repairs NI I24 Hr Access
new tiresyery clean
S$516,900 OBO.334-334-16598 Land-Rover '99 Range lliam H. Long, r. Delivery & Seup (ithin
GMC 07 5500 Diesel Askl- 9068 or 477 3325 NO Rover HSE 4.6, fully NEW *CarportsExtra Windows
payoff, tall 334-333- 11 loaded 95K mi, $8,900, 0lR d*Pay 1 Month- Get

Nsson, 7 cr ise LEt o tiSilvtr Bos CD6 su n HtAP F *O M *e r vlc e al 11C e 1yo u C o s l 4 0
ft. Western Hauler Bod ..i Cal (334f 707-0768 PCONSTRUCTION I E I02nd MonthuFREE
w/ Rhino. GCrsereci '
30K 5th .Whei1. 2vii mi, S A -M ADTOHo

no trad es, 17. CDa S ADDITIONS Homeo S
GMC'07 250 Cdi. burScT,, "COO C. *RE MD Same DayB
c tl rew-cabo 3:9 i Ibed We Service All Ser

Ford *99 Expedition, TOCOal l0 ighlnder 4 Ser v.cA l VINYL S D
334-714-0210 Eddie Bauer Rear air, cylinder, 79k Makes & Models

a3rdseat. 5.4 V-8. Lthr $12,500, lists for 16* Btter iCS ImNiLh ho.CretaOirdr | m

5C ijdy CD2 T nger nei -i 1 1 6 r
GMC 07 Duramax Diesel m i.,sun roof, Ithr. 3rd fM HARDEE BOARD Ce
334-77-9o008 or 334. ALL power, new tres,- Nissan '07 Armada HomeInspciionRONlWiPeLEt9Ni G rouunoorsOnly

ires, great shape. $5121K sUheted eat T V. Loade a, L~ruto. I(850)209-5370 WiredX-Wideoor.5X8/G Only$650
726-2767. factc. wrrnty. $12,50 Blak/ Tanr oil chang- t $2LW N6,00 kdgoPEdw
T3s 1908 warranty $26,5coo, ionerd s t O'NalsDO' G e Spray Foam Bling In Jackson Conty
91' Jimm 4x4 62 OBO. 678-350C8442 Ce 71-0 commercial, Residential, Enclosed Trailors Approved ByDCA!

mse 91Jimm c 6rCalef 334-701-8303 Refgeraion&'ceMachnes Sulation r i.
Diesel 4 in lift. Alum2-Chevy '06 Tahoe LTzer or Lacy 334-701 6020. Assurance is all youneed rti / RAvailable for Del, o SetoUp
num Wheels 12036 Ra- Loaded 40K mi. White ouN;oading FLunloadingg& loed, Leveled &

dial S uwamper sharpS, Fo Y I 3:1 2 & CO rs & FREE ESTIMATES *

AC, Fa/B e KB- o D olition prl .Bi=; Rates AvaiMwT elable res.
AC u AF 30owner, E sc. Cond. Classified HasIltMii Lic#RM14016967 Richard Caputo, WeDeliver@Ti owAl

dAlC A ,amp C w/nrnEwe nd Yum S ecguon Ru For B t U lodi
GMC '00 Sierra SLE Chevy '00 Tahoe,, LT, 4x4, CONEA TO *o li Co a e 1 lg/Boig fA 3 Dy,5(1 .
Extended Cab. Grao AllGe 1anyI T iala0n Ir4eri r ...5 8 ..-05 (C-
power Ex.ll t Enc .i it1R5h. inch .T truSah "71C ''='
condition., 138kr u., ;'9, -AIL As',ittle A
$8000. 334-791-3081 0I 3o5r,,o;i ,' J.,,,1-' L'oa .,e
GMC '06 Sierra Z71, ,,LUMI.UM INC. Home
28k mi., ext cab, miCaii,,m ,r, alI*oodham Re ,L
der wrnty. $21,5,,, a 4 sU'il.*fl1u'04 Patn uilnr, der.a ul nWooB*
334-347-7353or464-2659 t 67K-mires, 2WD, ProdtLtS 'lur50AgUtilities A Portable Buildings
Infinity '04 FX 45, 38060 Chevy '05 Tahoe $13 750,Excel Cond Screen Enclosures ligHome
mles, fully loaded, White, leather, CD, NeedsNothng, Call Pools, Porches, Patios, Cs
.navigation, rear view 3rd Row, on-star/ 334-393-1855 Aluminum Awnings, C Repairs by
camera, grayish, exc. XM, 2WD, 40,500 ontractomswer
cond., $31K, 718-6640 miles, very clean Nissan '02 Pathfinder SE Carports HOMWORKSPressure
truck silver, bedliner, ai 0053 dg Bathroom omR eos
cd, 5 spd manual, 4-cyl, C.0rlzL of Your Home."aResidential
46K mi $9,900; 850-594- seats 8, exc. condition. aInstallationsg Tck-upDCAAovedrmeoi
4921 Iv msg 14,000 actual mi., orig. Services Generalleatirs oAvailable Commercial Taiored
price- $36,000, asking General Repairs.We Offer:
Nissan '04''Titan Crew $16,600 334-333-1685 -"INSUREDiaHffngr.Delvery
Cab Black, Pick-up. Au- FAutomotive WilliamH.Long,s r
to, 8-cyl. 4 WD. 47,000, Ford '03 Eddie CBauerEinsured 21W4State Correctional Rd.o1ndows, l 00oMie)
Loaded, Like new.Ask: plorer V-8,1leather, sun-F Pl e Your NO JOB TOO SMALL 4 .. ..0Carpor5s54Extr mWindows
ing payoff, Call 334-333- roof, llue & tan. 89k m0 NO1JOB'Lr r os
$8,900,229-254-9774 Nissan '06 Pathfinder SE.
Nissan '07 Titan 5.6 LE rS ier RBose w T-6, sPainting ,ChooseFrYo
w/ king cab Leather Ford '98 Expedition Eddie ll roof, Third Rows Tow ui Ponng REPAPP R H nu-ce
Loaded,1 owner Bauer 128K mi. 3rd 26k, Exc Cond, $20,990Ad-II ni T I is oBuildiREPAIR gM740 Mile Winds
13,500K mi. $24,000 seat, $4,300.,632-1100. 251-363-0424 11P hin25 Years rn c iThin ,100/.Financino ,nWAC
334-794-8295 before Ni' lr or doTer / eciPressure WashingA Floordo Roof M stoFnanCnAt
648-0780.blaP8.1 V6,i o 3 3 1 4, USec oinFCall for estimates Big Or Small Jobs Cut-N-Edge
Toyota '97' Tac)ma 2,0,31.810,2,M L o (850)r482-4050WELCOME Lawn Service Sectio F r
good condition. bdhi -Sequt 0a 8A-A;6.5(10(O)SamenDay

id, Power braks. $15,50 3- Li~mited White,'SV.S bM Y .. . og n iO I AM
r erng,CD, A/ 687-56 003384 Auto. -cyl WDSicSlabs Sine 1977 MA Yard nup Mlri a
AM/FMstereo runs 141K.Loaded. Driveways All Phases Of Home & Ad Ior Free Estimate. e l
i g D,. C, 7 le er 6l. 2Siewalks Business Remodeling & i
n $21 Li ke I I Maintenance Repair i
8_. 850 9;6.991',4 O aI e1 FreeEstimates t III
tSno sI Cma$f i40 Years Experience S Musl I Pna.ndle Enterpr. *Metal Roofing
Licensed & Insured
(850)573-1880 Custom rm James & Son
.CI I), "*.aP rr6c. oetilace Yo Locally M ofaoctured Tree & Crane
...."W-oNRA d i *51Service
.Drywall." Home F r As Ad In his 0
it'. u b, fusibe Ta,:,,,a '01 *uJririnnr So S Build mers
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4,.,:.a9 Ta.:.yr,,, 4,4 $1 s''l,31 : %, ,, C concrete New Homes,Cemmercial, omm
1,r1 9 ,:dTo 4 :ia, tui,. T, :,,i e, )l 4o.eo,'a. Additions & Repairs AMe, s AA oiorld A M RoOfing, Q-70 1
Jl, l5i auterriar trei. hmitii editior, tan 30 Years Eperiece SHEETROCK HANGING rdable mn I'
120,k $9,000 OBO 334- GMC 00 YUKON 105K leather interior, sun- 3 Years peience HANG altOn r S tal Roing, 5476
685-7207850-258-3018 miles; loaded SLT leat- roof, 109k miles $11,000 House Slabs, FINISHING SPRAYING B ig green
er. On-Star. sunroof. 334-790-2539 Driveways, Sidewalks 30 Years Experience Your Pland Or Ourd A $1 A A Shines.
V27 SpOrt Ut0i t I I' 19I & Pole Barns Licensed & Insured
vehicles m... 63 0 Vans FREEESTIMATES Also Do Remoelng Repair an Re-r
Buick '07 Rainier, B Jeep '01 Cherokee, 4x4, i i QUALITY WORK 850-693-0968f edUfM uCl
owner, 2WD, 6 cyl., Si cold AC & CD player, Chevy '88 cargo van 109K t 850-693-0329 = I 1.
ver Leather, Power, runs great, new paint, mi. exc. cond. new **-, -0 2 D L" w
18,000 mi. $22,500 neg., $5500 OBO, Call (334) tires, $2,500. 334-774- l al*hI 'l "ll' 1e','r id t/ CDOy
Call 334-370-3921 701-3974 2791. Lic cGClI508216

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