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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Weekly[ FORMER 1934-<1955>]
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
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Non-profit clinic awarded grant

A local non-profit medical clinic was award-
ed a large grant Thursday which will help
expand the clinic's service to the community.
Faith Health Clinic Inc., located on Baltzell
Street in Marianna, received a check for
$75,000 from The Blue Foundation for a
Healthy Florida, a philanthropic affiliate of
Blue Cross Blue Shield.
"This check has confirmed that our mission
is wise and right!'," said Dr. Efiong Andem,
president and director of the clinic.
The clinic is non-profit, providing free med-
ical care and food to the uninsured, low
income and unemployed citizens of Jackson,
Holmes and Washington counties, .
It gets support from several area churches,
including First Assembly of God in Marianna,
First Methodist Church, St. Lukes Episcopal
Church in Marianna, Ever Increasing Word of
Faith, First Presbyterian Church of Marianna,
First Presbyterian Church of Sneads and the
Marianna Ministerial Association.
"I see the clinic as a miracle and nothing less
than a miracle," said Andem.
According to Andem, the grant is the largest

ever received since the clinic's inception in
"Before this grant, demand for our services
exceeded the clinic's operational capacity," said
Andem. "Thanks to The Blue Foundation for-a
Healthy Florida's generosity, we're now able to
increase clinic hours and expand current med-
ical services to treat an additional 1,300
patients per year." '
The funding will also benefit the clinic's
food bank service, he said, and the clinic will
now operate five days week for four hours
each day.
"We're so excited to see this grant come. I
can't tell you how'much this place has helped
us;" said Bonnie Bischert
She and her daughters, Dianna and Emma,
utilize the clinic for medical care.
Dianna Bischert, 22, was diagnosed with'
epilepsy when she was 12 years old; but neuro-
surgeons were too expensive, so the. Bischerts
sought help from the Faith Health Clinic.
"Dr. Andem helped me realize that my
epilepsy was not a curse that would ruin my
life," said Dianna Bischert. "He's the ultimate
physician and counselor. To be able to go to
See GRANT, Page 7A >,

Bonnie Bischert talks with Grace Rehberg at Faith Health Clinic Thursday. Mark Skinner /

Chipola Board looks at

construction projects
The 'Chipola College District
Board of :Trustees wrapped up the
academic year with It's last meeting
until September on Monday.E
In .addition to voting on a fewF0n
items, the board reflected on the
past year, recognizing the 2007-
2008 Chipola Brain Bo0 I Team, as
well as the success of Chipola's
Athletic Department with a presen- e
station by Dr. Dale O'Daniel.
The bodrd approved a 2008-2009
Baccalaureate Degree Budget and
Fee Schedule. Total student fee per Work on Chipola's campus is visible
credit hour is $88 for Florida rest- from a fron parking lot. Here, workers
dents and $316 for non-Florida res- work onbuilding L, which will' eventu-
idets in those programs. building
The board also review the col- ally have additional classrooms, as
lege's unexpended plant fund budg- well as renovated existing classrooms.
et or capital outlay budget. Kate McCardell Kern
Public Education Capital Outlay
(PECO) funded projects listed in the five-year plan include totals of:
$699,186 for general repair and maintenance.
$2,993,221 for general remodeling, renovation and site improvements.
$2,847,656 for remodeling and renovation of thestudent center and work-
force development facilities.
$3,759,500 for the workforce development building replacement.
$17,707,335 for the performing arts building replacement.
$175,000 for adjacent land acquisition and road development.
$375,000 for land and facilities' acquisition.'
See CHIPOLA, Page 7A 1,

County wants a closer look at line item budgets

Jackson County
Commissioners are taking a
more aggressive approach this
year as they consider the
budgets submitted by two con-
stitutional officers, Property
Appraiser Sharon Cox and
Tax Collector Sherry Brown.,
Most years, because the
budgets of those state-mandat"'
ed offices are to a large extent
controlled by the state. county

commissioners pass their
budgets as presented with lit-
tle change or question.
But in what looks to be par-
ticulary lean budget year,
commissioners are asking to
see a line-item budget instead
of the less detailed presenta-
tion they. normally receive
from those offices.
"We're getting a snapshot..
not a.breakdow n." said board
chairman Chuck Locke\ in
reference to the traditional
.abbreviated budget forms.

"It's a small little window that
we're getting; we're not get-
ting to stick our heads in and
take a look around."
The board held off action on
the two budgets when they
.met. Thursday on day two of
their 2008-09 budget delibera-
'tions, and have asked that Cox
and Brown bring them line-
items budget next week.
Cox is already scheduled to
appear at the board's upcom-
ing, session. whichh is set to
begin .at, 8:30 a.m. next

Tuesday. .
The board is taking a closer
look at another budget as well.
Commissioners want to
know more about the
Marianna Community
Redevelopment Agency.
The Main Street Marianna
downtown revitalization pro-
gram operates under the.
umbrella of this agency,
which is funded in part by ad
valorem taxes.
Back in the 1990s, with
many storefronts boarded up,

a section of downtown
Marianna was targeted for a
concerted improvement effort.
Under an agreement
reached at the time, in order to
help spur the improvement
effort, county commissioners
agreed to give up a certain
amount of the ad valorem
taxes that are generated in the
designated area.
The county still collects a
share of the tax, but it's por-
tion is based on what the value
of the designated properties

were at the time the agreement
was reached.
The agency gets any addi-
tional tax money that resulted
from a rise in the value of
improved properties in the
ensuing years.
County commissioners said
they need to know more about
where things stand more than
a decade since the agreement
went into effect.
County Administrator Ted
See BUDGETS,. Page 7A >

Neel announces for'

Jerry Neel announces his
candidacy for Jackson
County Commissioner,
District 5. Jerry lives and
has lived basically his entire
life in Jackson County
District 5 and now resides
on property purchased from
family that has been in the
Neel family for over 150
years. Jerry graduated from
Sneads High School in Jerr
1972. He has been married
to the former Susie Andrews for the
last 33 years. They have three won-
derful children, Jeremy Neel and

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wife T
Ed %ard
Heath o
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Jerris i
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and Hunter Edw
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of his family

District 5 county seat
Tasha of Sneads, Assembly of God Church in
Neel Dolwnum and Dellwood, where Jerry is a member,
d. Nekia of a deacon, serves as president of the
'ille, and Jerris Neel mens fellowship, and his-wife serves
Is and husband as the Sunday School
)f Sneads. Jeremy is Superintendent.
actor, Jeannie is a Jerry has been an employee of the
at Sneads state of Florida for the last 20 plus
itary School, and years. He is currently a Vocational
s an accountant at Training Supervisor at Sunland and
State University. has held such positions as
[so have two grand- Maintenance Supervisor and Cost
n, Madeline Wright Construction Estimator. Having held
ards, and one due in these positions, he has gained knowl-

lee Neel. He and all
attends Welcome

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Fatal wreck on Fairview

At least one person was killed and one transported to an area hospital following this single vehicle acci-
dent on Fairview Road Thursday. Details were not immediately available from the Florida Highway Patrol.
- Mark Skinner / Floridan


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Weather Outlook

rp da Partly cloudy, hot and hazy
TI day.l with only a slight chance of
afternoon thunderstorms.
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Low 720

Tomorrow Partly cloudy with
isolated afternoon
^ High 910 thunderstorms.
Low 720

f4. MSunday Partly cloudy with
isolated afternoon
High 930 thunderstorms.

Low 710

Monday Partly cloudy with
isolated afternoon
High 920 thunderstorms.

Low 71'

Tuesday Par isolated afternoon
High 920 thunderstorms.

Low 71'


MARIANNA POLICE trespassing complaint, one
The Marianna Police unauthorized use of a vehicle,
Department listed the follow- two warrant arrests, one reck-
ing incidents 'for July 16, the less driver.
latest available report: One
drunk pedestrian, one missing JACKSON COUNTY
person, one suspicious vehicle, CORRECTIONAL FACILITY
two suspicious persons, three The following persons were
disturbances, three burglary booked into the county jail dur-
alarms, one larceny complaint, ing the latest available report-
one vandalism com- ing periods:
plaint, one trespassing -- Christopher. Evans,
complaint, one juvenile ? -- 30, 3190 Townhouse_
complaint, one suicide Drive, Marianna, reck-
attempt, one dog com- CR]ME less driving, driving
plaint, one assist of a while license expired,
motorist/pedestrian, one possession of cocaine,
assist of another agency, one Wesley Heffner, 31, 4979
public service call, one worth- Camelia Drive, Marianna, pos-
less document, seven traffic session of cocaine.
stops, one disabled vehicle, one David Sweatt, 19, 2965
fireworks complaint. Sunset Drive, Marianna, utter-
ing a forged instrument.
JACKSON COUNTY Jeremiah Straight, 22, 2922
SHERIFF'S OFFICE Albert' St., Marianna, violation
The Jackson County Sheriff's of probation (no valid driver's
Office listed the following inci- license), violation of state pro-
dents for July 16, the latest bation (grand theft).
available report: Five aban- Shaneika Williams, 31,
doned vehicles, one animal 4412 Logger Lane, Marianna,
complaint, one attempted bur- /possession of marijuana with
glary, one child abuse com- intent to distribute, possession
plaint, one civil dispute, one of drug paraphernalia.
dead person (natural causes), Elizabeth Johnson, 18,
one disabled vehicle, one dis- 2965 Sunset Drive, Marianna,
turbance, one drug investiga- forgery.
tion, one harassment complaint, Gerald Lee, 19, 2965
two informational reports, one Sunset Drive, accessary to
investigation initiated, two lar- uttering a forged instrument,
ceny complaints, one violation of state probation.
obscene/harassing phone call,
one retail theft, one robbery JAIL POPULATION: 178
attempt, one stolen vehicle, one
suicide threat, two thefts of To report a crime, call
property/services, one threat, Crime Soppers at 526-5000.
two traffic accidents, eight traf- o -Treport a wildlife violation,
fic stops, one transport; one call 1-888-404-FWCC (3922).

Getting It Right!

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



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Sunrise: 5:49 AM
Sunset: 7:44 PM
Moonrise: 8:13 PM July July Aug. Aug. 8
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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 entrance.
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 Supercentet 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.,
The Jackson County Farmers'
Market is 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
preparation and readiness, and promote
a partnering effort between emergency
services arid the people they serve. Pre-
registration by 4 p.m., July 9, is required.
Call (850) 272-7383; e-mail

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 482-9631.,
The Alford Community
Organization, a non-profit organiza-
* tion,'meets the third Monday of each
month, at 6 p.m., at the Alford
Community Center,lIocated 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 Methodki
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 Jo\ 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
workshop is from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m., at
the Simbo's Family Restaurant, 2005
S. Waukesha St., Bonifay. The work-
shop is free; dinner will be provided.
To register, call Donna Meldon at 482-
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 Building.
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 Conununiti Advisory Council,
sponsored b) the Panhandle Area Health
Network, Inc., meets at 11:30 a.m.,. at
the Pizza Hut,. 2185 Post Oak Lane,
Marianna, near 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
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 per'son.s ith a desire to stop
The Scott Harrell Benefit Golf
Tournament tee off is at .1 p.m., at Indian
Spring Golf Course. The four-man
scramble costs $60' per person. -Payoffs
for first, second and third. Mulligans are
$5. Longest drive competition; closest to
the pin; door prizes. Lunch 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,
The Southeastern Community Blood
Center's mobile unit will be accepting
blood donations at Chipola .Nursing
Pavilion in Marianna, from 9 a.m. to 12
p.m. Call 526-4403.

July 25 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 entrance.
The Southeastern Community Blood
Center's mobile unit will be accepting
blood donations at the Chipley Wal-
Mart, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Call 526-


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Mailing Address: P.O. Box 520
Marianna, FL 32447-0520
Street Address: 4403 Constitution'Lane .
Marianna, FL 32447
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Destin Low 12:00 MID High 11:15 AM
Pensacola Low 10:45 PM High 11:30 AM

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Blountstown 1.57 ft. 15.0 ft.
Marianna 5.64 ft. 19.0 ft.
Caryville 2.89 ft. 12.0 ft.


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Man rents home from
fake landlord

OCALA An Ocala man
who's been paying $800 a
month in rent just learned he's
actually been paying a phony
landlord. Authorities say Carl
Kopsho was at a gas station in
January, telling his friends he
was looking for a place to live
when a stranger approached -
and offered to help. The man,
who identified himself as
Tyrone Grain, showed Kopsho
the house, and the two signed
a lease.
The sheriff's office reports
the real homeowner called
authorities Wednesday to say
he suspected someone was liv-
ing at his house, which was
supposed to be ,vacant. When
investigators confronted
Kopsho at the home, he told
them about Grain, who has not
been located. Kopsho says he
hopes to continue renting the.
home from the real owner.

Justices extend gang
violence grand jury

statewide grand jury that's
focusing on gang violence will
have an extra six months to
continue it's work.
The Florida Supreme Court
on Thursday granted the addi-
tional time through Feb. 6.
Florida's 18th statewide,
grand jury was impaneled for,
a year in August 2007 in Palm'
Beach County. Since then the,
panel has charged 65 defen-
dants and issued two. formal
reports. Statewide Prosecutor-
William Shepherd asked for
the additional time, saying the,
grand jury still has a signifi-
cant amount of work to do.

UCF WR who died
had condition
worsened by stress

University of Central Florida,
football player who died after
spring drills had a pre-existing
medical condition worsened
by physical stress, autopsy
results released Thursday
The Orange County
Medical Examiner's Office
said Ereck Plancher, 19, had a
sickle cell trait that caused
problems with his red blood
cells during physical exertion.
The examination showed
Plancher's heart began beating
abnormally, and blood flow to,
the wide receiver's muscles
and organs slowed or stopped.
Investigators found no trau-
ma to the body and no illegal
drugs or toxins.
Plancher collapsed in
March, the day before spring
practice was to begin. UCF
says he received CPR from"
trainers and was rushed to a
hospital, where he was pro-,
nounced dead.
Citing anonymous players,
the Orlando Sentinel reported
a month after Plancher's death
the player was visibly strug-'
gling during practice. The
newspaper' said the players
accused UCF coach George
O'Leary of singling out and
berating Plancher for not try-
ing hard enough.
O'Leary and the school
called the newspaper's report

Man may plead guilty
in 4 boat slaying

MIAMI One of two men'
accused in the slaying last,
year of four people aboard the
"Joe Cool" fishing charter
boat is scheduled to change
his plea to guilty later this
On Thursday, U.S. District
Judge Paul Huck scheduled a
July 28 hearing for Kirby.
Archer, who had previously
pleaded not guilty to the
September boat hijacking and.
murders. It was not clear
which charges Archer would
plead t6, and his lawyer did
not return a telephone call
seeking comment.
Prosecutors said Archer, 36,
and 20-year-old Guillermo
Zarabozo hired the charter'
boat to go to the Bahamas,
then tried to divert it to Cuba.
Zarabozo has also pleaded not
guilty but blamed Archer for
killing the captain, his wife
and two crew members.

3 confirmed dead in
Tampaplane crash

TAMPA Authorities say
three people have been killed
in a small plane crash at
Vandenburg Airport east of
Tampa. .Hillsborough Fire
Rescue spokesman Bruce
Delk said the Beechcraft
Bonanza' crashed about 100
feet off a runway after taking
off at about 3:30 p.m.
He said fire rescue person-

nel arrived to find the plane
burning and used foam to put
' it out. The wreckage was scat-
tered over a 100-yard area.
The victims, who were dead
'when rescue crews arrived,
have not been identified.

Teens charged in
stun-gun attack, rape

MIAMI A 13- and 15-
year-old were arrested after
they broke into a woman's
home, jolted her with a stun
gun and raped her while her
baby was sleeping nearby,
police said Thursday.
The teens confessed and
were charged with armed sex-
ual battery, armed burglary,
kidnapping, and armed rob-
bery, Miami Police said.
Police said the 21-year-old
woman heard a knock on her
front door on May 23, but
ignored it. She later noticed
the door was ajar and when
she turned, she was hit in the
back with a Taser. The teens
took her into one of the bed-
rooms, covered her face with a
shirt, and raped her, police
The victim begged for her
life and the life of her child
who was in a nearby bedroom.
The infant was not harmed,
according to a statement from
police. The home was also
ransacked and cash and other
items were stolen.
The Associated Press is not
naming the suspects because
of their age. The State
Attorney's Office has not yet
determined whether they will
be charged as adults. Another
suspect was involved in the
crime, but detectives have not
charged him, police said.

One-time McDonald's.
robber now
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house. Now, the Big Mac.
A Miami man who held up a
McDonald's at gunpoint ,as a
teenager is now among the fast
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jingle promoting its signature
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Tamien Bain was arrested on
Memorial Day 1994 for the
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prison for the crime, during
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Alford First Assembly of God Church
1782 Tennessee St. P. 0. Box 228
Alford, FL 32420 579-5103
Cypress Grove Assembly of God
3254 Cypress Grove Rd., Grand Ridge, FL
El Bethel Assembly.of God
2503 El Bethel Church Rd
Grand Ridge, FL 32442 593-6044
First Assemblyof God
5565 Brown St Graceville, FL 263-3351
Faith Haven Assembly of God
7135 Hwy 90, Grand Ridge 592-8205
Welcome Assembly of God
6784 Messer Road
Grand Ridge, FL 32442 592-5077

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

Lovedale Baptist Church
6595 Lovedale Rd. Bascom, FL
592-5415 209-7116

Marvin Chapel Free Will Baptist Church
2041 Hope School Dr.
Marianna, FL 32448 (850)482-5375
Midway Freewill Baptist Church
1600 Church St., 6158 Rocky Creek Rd.,
Marianna, FL 32448 592-8999
Mt. Tabor Missionary Baptist Church
3695 Popular Springs Rd.
Marianna, FL 32446 594-4161
Mount Olive Baptist
6045 Hwy. 2, Bascom FL 569-5080
New Easter Missionary Baptist Church
977 Hope Ave. Graceville, FL 263-4184

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

Salem Free Will Baptist
2555 Kynesville Rd., Cottondale 579-4194
St. Peter Missionary Baptist
7889 McKeown Mill Rd.-P.O. Bx 326
Trinity Baptist Church
3023 Penn. Ave., Marianna, FL 482-3705
Union Hill
3115 Union Hill Rd.
Marianna, FL 32446 526-5711

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Bascom United Methodist Church
4942 Basswood Road
P.O. Box 67, Bascom, FL 32423-0067
Greenwood Chapel AME
5426 Fort Rd., Greenwood, FL 32443
Greenwood United Methodist
4220 Bryan St., Greenwood, FL 32443
594-5755 569-2231
Kynesville United Methodist
Marianna, FL 32.448
2875 Kynesville Road 482-4672
First United Methodist Church
2901 Caledonia St, Marianna, FL 482-4502
Grace United Methodist
4203 W. KelsonAve., Marianna, FL 482-4753
Greenwood Chapel Methodist Episcopal Church
5426 Fort Road Greenwood FL 32443 594-1112
Sneads First United Methodist Church
8042 Church Street, Sneads, FL
P.O. Box 642, 32460 593-6481
Friendship Christian Methodist Episcopal
(CME) Church
5411 Avery Road, Campbellton, FL 32426
P. O. Box 302, 32426 263-1111
1st United Methodist Church of Cottondale
P.O. Box 458 Cottondale, FL 32431 352-4426
Salem AME Church
5729 Browntown Road
Graceville, FL 32440 263-3344

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

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

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

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

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

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

lLove and Restoration Ministries
2990 Heritage Road.
Marianna, FL 32448 526-2730
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2957 Hall St., Marianna, FL 482-8158
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July 18 Friday
Foundation Temple Apostolic Faith Church, Inc. in Cottondale
hosts the Summer Quarterly Fellowship and Annual Meeting, July
18-19. "Servant Leadership" is the theme; Senior Bishop E.T.
Mike is the guest Bishop. Fellowship at 7 p.m., Friday; and 10
a.m., 2 p.m. and 6 p.m. on Saturday. To arrange free transportation,
call 482-2946, after 6 p.m.
Lighthouse Community Church, Highway 73 South,
Marianna, will sell barbecue chicken dinners for $6 per plate (bar-
becue chicken, potato salad, baked beans, roll and cake). Proceeds
will go to the building fund. Call 482-8981 or 526-3452.
New Hope Missionary Baptist Church ini Two Egg's nightly
Revival Services are July 14-18, led by the Rev. Dwight
Grand Ridge Baptist Church hosts "Cactus Canyon" vacation
Bible school July 13-18, 5:30-8:05 p.m., for children age 3 to grade
six. Call 592-4846.
Salem Free Will Baptist Church's vacation Bible school is July
13-18. Sunday through Thursday, services are from 6:15 to 8:30
p.m.; Friday night commencement service begins at 7 p.m. The
theme is "God's Big Backyard." Classes for all ages; refreshments
served each night. Salem Church is at 2555 Kynesville Rd., just off
of Highway 231, between Cottondale and Alford. Call 579-4194.
Lovedale Baptist Church will host "Outrigger Island" Vacation
Bible School from July 13-18 from 5:30-8:30 p.m. nightly.
Registration begins Sunday, July 13, at 4:30 p.m. Call 592-5415 or
Herishaw Chapel AME Church in Cottondale will be in revival
from July 14-18. Services begin at 6:30 p.m. each night. Guest
evangelist will be the Rev. David D. Greene, who will be joined by
the St. Matthew Baptist Church choir. Call 352-3385.
July 19 Saturday
The First Baptist Church of Cottonridale will have a spaghetti
fundraiser from noon to 2:30 p.m. The money raised will go to the
church building and growth fund. Tickets can be purchased on
Tuesday and Thursday at the church fellowship hall from 2-3:30
p.m. Tickets can also be purchased at the door, and the meal is
carry-out or dine in. If you plan to carry out, call Helen Brannon at
352-4550 or Linda Dominy at 209-2269. Church youth will also be
holding a car wash and bake sale during the meal hours:
"Changed" Southern Gospel Ministries will be in service at 7
p.m., at Spring Valley Holiness Church in Ebro. Call (850) 638-
5684, or visit
The Youth Department at New Hope Missionary Baptist
Church will hold a Health Awareness Forum at 11 a.m. A question
and answer session will address a myriad of health issues.
Believers' Outreach Ministry, 3471 Highway 90 West,
Marianna, host a Youth Drug Awareness Activity Day, from 9 a.m.
to 2. p.m., for all Jackson County youth (grades K-12), with an
interactive program to help youth identify ways to cope with peer
pressure to use tobacco, alcohol and other drugs. Activities will
focus on healthy living and positive decision making. The event
and lunch are free of charge. Supported in part by the Jackson
County Drug, Alcohol and Other Drug Prevention Partnership.
Call 557-1600.
Foundation Temple Apostolic Faith Church, Inc. in Cottondale
hosts the Summer Quarterly Fellowship and Annual Meeting, July
18-19. "Servant Leadership" is the theme; Senior Bishop E.T.
Mike is the guest Bishop. Fellowship at 7 p.m., Friday; and 10
a.m., 2 p.m. and 6 p.m. on Saturday. To arrange free transportation,
call 482-2946, after 6 p.m.
July 20 Sunday
New Beginnings Worship Center will have a Celebration Day
and Revival from July 20--23 with Apostle Kevin Mihlfeld from
Strong Tower Ministries in Fredericksburg, Va. New Beginnings is
located at 1165 Highway 69 in Grand Ridge. Services start today
at 10 a.m., with special honors to Pastor Beryl and Lurvin Mihlfeld
as they celebrate their wedding anniversary, their birthdays, and the
pastor's 17th anniversary in Grand Ridge ministry. Lunch will fol-
16w the Sunday morning service. There will be no evening service
tonight. Monday-Wednesday services begin at 6:30 p.m. Call 593--
Henshaw Chapel AME will have its annual Men's Day pro-.
gram at 11 a.m. Guest speaker will be Elder Floyd Harper, pastor
of The House of Prayer, 1st Born Church in Quincy. Call 272-
Noma Baptist Church will celebrate its 106th year of service to
God in a Homecoming service, with the message preached by the
Rev. Gene Cones, who was pastor of Noma Baptist for 19 years.
Worship will be congregational singing. The theme this year,is
"Old Fashioned Homecoming Service." Attire will be old-fash-
ioned. Women wear dresses with bonnets if possible. Men wear
overalls if possible. Services begin at 10:30a.m. with a luncheon
Pleasant Ridge Baptist Church's Homecoming Sunday begins
at .11 a.m., with Brother John Smith preaching. Lunch will be 12:30 p.m., followed by afternoon singing from The
Bryans. Pleasant Ridge is located off Highway 2, on Pleasant
Ridge Road, Forks of the Creek Community. *
Damascus Free Will Baptist Church will host vacation Bible
school July 20-25, from 6 to .8:30 p.m. This year's "Amazon
Expedition" will feature a trek through time, and include activities
involving songs, crafts, games, goodies and dramas. The church is
located at 3700 Kynesville Highway (Highway 276) in Marianna,
just past the Panama City cutoff on the right. Call 482-5878.
Wanda Osborne will be in revival at Emmanuel Holiness
Church, 3502 Sandridge Church Rd., Sneads, July 20-27, at 6:30
nightly. /
The Children's Ministry Department is excited to announce its
second annual Kidz Crusade with Aaron Moore, July 20-22, at
First Assembly of God, 4186 Lafayette St., Marianna. This year's
theme is "Be Transformed!" There will be puppets, praise, worship
and teachings from God's Word. Prizes for those kids who bring
the most visitors for the three nights. Call 482-2800.
The members of the Antioch AME Church will honor their
pastor, the Rev. Steve Marshall, at 11 a.m., with a Pastor
Appreciation Program. Minister Frederick White will be the speak-
Sapp Holiness Church in Cottondale hosts a Campmeeting,
July 20-25. Services are at 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. on Sunday; and at
10 a.m. and 7 p.m., weekdays. The Rev. Benjamin Young from
Henagar, Ala., will be preaching during the evening services. Sapp
church is at the intersection of Sapp and Corbin Rd. Call 526-5216.
John Michael Bazzell, a singer/songwriter from
Jacksonville, will be in concert during the morning worship
service at the Lovedale Baptist Church, 6595 Lovedale Rd.,
Lovedale community/Two Egg. Dr. Fred Cook of the Chipola
Ministry Center will be guest speaker at morning arid evening
services. Call 592-5415 or 592-6951.
Prayer Temple Church of Prayer For All People, 3341
Plantation Circle, Marianna, celebrates its Eighth Church
Anniversary with services at 3 p.m. Pastor and evangelist Brenda
Kennedy of the First Born Holiness Church in Thomasville, Ga.,
will be the guest speaker. The theme for the service is "I have cho-
sen this place to put my name." Call 526-4572.
Bishop Shem Lewinson, founder and overseer of New Testament
Bethel Ministries of Palm Bay, will minister at the Foundation
Temple Apostolic Faith Church during the 11 a.m. worship service.
To arrange free transportation, call 482-2946, after 6 p.m.
Providence Baptist Church in Grand Ridge. host "Outrigger
Island" vacation Bible school, July 20-23, 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. Supper
will be served at 5:30 p.m. each evening. Classes for all age groups.
Call 592-5481 or 592-2451.

Victory Hill Pentecostal Holiness Church, 15947 Ashley
Shiver Rd., Altha, will host "God's Big Backyard" vacation Bible
school, July 20-25, from 6 to 8:45 p.m., for all ages. Call (850)-
July 26 Saturday
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Biker Sunday

rolls into Alford

Bikers from Alabama, Florida and
Georgia rumbled their way to Alford
Baptist Church recently, and mingled with
church members and visitors during a pan-
cake and sausage breakfast. By 9 a.m., pews
were filled and folding chairs brought in.
The program opened with gospel .music
from Ralph Lawson, on electric guitar, and
his wife, Barb, on keyboard.
Robert Happoldt led the Testimony
Service, encouraging the audience to go and
share Christ's love with strangers and fulfill
their responsibility to live in truth and serv-
ice to God. This once-infamous drug dealer,
who used to pack three guns and a fearsome
attitude, admonished the youth against the
lure of using drugs. "Satan was once my

Bikers from across the tri-state area join together for Alford Baptist Church's Biker
Sunday. Contributed photo

best friend," Happoldt.said, "but once I was
in jail and of no further use to him, Satan
abandoned me."
Thanks to the jail ministry of God-loving
men, Happoldt found Jesus and a new life
filled with purpose, hope and freedom from
fear. "Jesus is a true friend and will never,
ever abandon you," he concluded.
Curtis Jamieson closed with a sermon-
testimony. Drawing a parallel from 1
Corinthians, chapter 12, where each part of
the body has its own'unique job, he said that
every church from every denomination in
every neighborhood is there for a purpose.
He also spoke against false doctrines and
feel-good religion, and emphasized the need
to work together to reach lost souls. "There
is only one way to heaven, and that is
through Jesus Christ, not through living a
good life or being a nice person," Jamieson
Sharing a bit of his past, Jamieson said,

"My bike was my god. It got fixed before
buying food or paying bills." Add in his
alcohol abuse and $1,000-a-week cocaine
habit, and it was a miracle that his wife
stayed with him during those 40 years. The
real miracle came, however, after he accept-
ed Christ as Lord of his life and, against
medical advice, quit alcohol and drugs cold
turkey, without any withdrawals. Curtis sold
the bike he once idolized, cut his hair and
played "church." Before long, he recog-
nized that he was missing out on having a
true relationship with Jesus. That is when he
began to seriously pray and study the Bible.
God led Jamieson into the ministry. He re-
grew his hair and is doing the Lord's work
- on a bike.
For more information about Alford
Baptist Church or Heaven's Saints
Motorcycle Ministry, call Pastor Bob
Johnson, at 573-3249, or visit

Summer Quarterly Fellowship and Annual
Meeting at Foundation Temple in Cottondale

The Summer Quarterly.
Fellowship and Annual Meeting
of Foundation Temple
Apostolic Faith Churches, Inc.
will convene July 18-19, at
Foundation Temple Apostolic
Faith Church in Cottondale, The
theme for the fellowship is
"Servant Leadership." Senior
Bishop E.T. Mike will serve as
the Host Bishop.
The fellowship will open with
a 7 p.m. session on Friday, July

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Saturday, July-19.
The fellowship will conclude
with a special praise service at 6
p.m. on Saturday. Featured in
this service will be anointed
praise and worship ,music and
the praise dancing Anointed
All sessions are open to the
public. For more information, or
to arrange free transportation,
call Associate Bishop Carlton
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your doctor and just let it all out is such
a blessing."
Andem uses his spare time to work
at the clinic, having a full-time posi-
tion as a doctor at an area correctional
He applied for the grant in previous
years, but to no avail. With a stroke of
luck he found a professional grant
writing couple in Orlando who agreed
to write the grant application for free.

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A single-vehicle crash in
Washington County
Wednesday. ended fatally for
an elderly Marianna man.
.. After the accident, Alsenior
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Chipley, according to the
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according to FHP reports.
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-- Batson's pick-up truck left the
roadway, struck a mailbox,
two sign posts, a fence and a
.... large pine tree, FHP reports
stated. The highway patrol
reported that Batson was not
S. wearing a seatbelt.

John and Mary O'Connors' second
attempt to acquire the grant for the
clinic was successful.
"It was really a pleasure for me and
my wife Mary," said John O'Connor.
"We focused on telling The Blue
Foundation what he's doing at the
clinic and they were very impressed."
Kent Robbins, physician relations
specialist with The Blue Foundation,
visited the clinic prior to its selection

as a-grant recipient.
"Their dedication to serving the
underinsured and under-served of this
area, and their faith, is very impres-
sive," said Robbins.
According to Susan Wildes, assis-
tant director of The Blue Foundation,
the grant is one of 14, totaling more
than $1 million, the group has present-
ed this summer to nonprofit health
clinics and community outreach pro-


grams across Flori
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1n Bobbie Jo Turner Conroy,
i a i | 43, of Cottondale passed away
Wednesday, July 16, 2008, at
-her residence, following an
extended illness.
S Bobbie Jo was born in
Marianna, on Nov. 23, 1964.'
A 1982 graduates of
Cottondale High School, she
S received her A.A. in Business
Administration from Chipola
Junior College. Bobbie Jo
Se- worked in the medical field in
d e rs Valdosta, Ga., for 15 years,
before returning to
S.-* -- Cottondale. She was a para-
*- professional with Cottondale
S Elementary School. Bobbie
Jo was den leader with Pack
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- -* She was a member of the
First Baptist Church of
Marianna, where she served as
AWANA Cubbie Director.
brothers She was preceded in death
Panhandle by her father, John Henry
ted inFranklin Turner Sr.
ted in gShe is survived by her hus-
an band, Mike Conroy, son,
Joseph Michael Conroy,
k GENERIAL NEWS daughter, Abby Michelle
SERVICE Conroy, and mother, Vera
Glass Turner, all of
brothers from Cottondale; father-in-law and
face felony mother-in-law, Don and Anita
after Dothan Conroy of Enterprise, Ala.;
say they broke three brothers, John H. Turner
employee's vehi- Jr. (Vanita) of Cottondale,
'lub Imagination, Troy Turner (Cathy) of
ig to a statement Madison, and Stafford Turner
e Dothan Police (Tina) of Chattanooga, Tenn.;
nent. four sisters, Lula Chambliss
e investigators (Charles) of Bascom, Vera
Andrew Mae Walsingham of Hosford,
y Leavins, 39, of Sarah Frances Chambliss
le, Fla., and (James) of Pattison, Miss.,
Gerald Leavins, Patricia Breeland (Clifton) of
onifay, Fla., were Milton; two sisters-in-law,
charged with Tina Conroy (Bobby), of Palm
1 breaking into a Coast, and Karen Mills
vehicle. They (Wyatt) of Ino, Ala.; and sev-
arged with break- eral aunts, uncles, nieces,
a vehicle in the nephews,, cousins and friends.
lot at 4125 Ross Funeral services will be at
ircle just before 1 11 a.m., Saturday, July 19, at
hey are .charged the First Baptist Church of
aling undisclosed Marianna, with the Rev. David
y from the vehi- Sharp officiating. Burial will
ey were arrested follow in First Baptist Church
the morning dur- of Cottondale Cemetery, with
iffic stop. James & Sikes Funeral Home
Leavins brothers Maddox Chapel directing.
ing held in the In lieu of flowers, the fami-
i County Jail on a ly requests that memorials be
bond. made to the Bobbie Jo Turner
Conroy Memorial Fund, P.O.
Box 405, ,Cottondale, FL,
The family will receive
inued From Page 1A friends at the.James & Sikes
cda. Maddox Chapel, Friday, from
. a 6 to 8 p.m.
Fm ndoitad awards

p e saia eU. Fm e ounua ioUnLVtu t
grants during two grant cycles per year.
For more information on The Blue
Foundation for a Healthy Florida, visit
its Web site
For more information on Faith
Health Clinic, visit www.faithhealth- or call (850) 482-5533.

Chipola Continued From Page 1A
Much of this money has already been Resurfacing of the road as well as dig- "K," were approved by the board. with about $48,000 going to bringing
committed to certain projects, including going and grading of a nearby pond is on This project involves the complete utilities underground.
the new performing arts center and the hold, awaiting DEP permits. The board renovation of the existing student center The project is aimed at renovating and
construction work on buildings "L" and approved a 30-day extension on the and cafeteria, including'the closing of an adding classrooms to the existing ACE
"K" on the campus. The board was project, pending the receipt of the per- open atrium area. lab in the L building. The age of the
updated on many of the current on-cam- mits. Louy Harris, director of capital A change order was approved in the building and construction type has made
pus projects, including the following: projects; told the board that the road building "L" project, due to.unforeseen the'project somewhat challenging,
The new access road off River Forest should be complete within 60 days. electrical issues. The change will cost a according to Chipola President Dr. Gene
Road is 90 percent complete. Architectural designs for building total of $52,189 out of PECO funds, Prough.

Budgets Continued From Page 1A
Lakey said it appears the boundaries of boundaries being changed, but county going to check more deeply into this has been used. They also want to know
the designated area may have been commissioners never had an opportu- and into other matters associated with when the agreement is set to sunset and
expanded. nity to voice their concerns about that the agency. want a refresher on how much control
Before Lakey came on board, a pre- change, according to a staff member Commissioners also expressed con- they may. actually have over spending
vious county administrator attended a familiar with the situation. Board cerns about how much money has and other.matters.
Marianna city hearing about the members said Thursday that they're banked up in the account and how it

N eel Continued From Page 1A

edge in the budgetary and spending
processes of state government. He also
has 30 plus years experience in the pri-
vate section by building a business in
the construction industry from the
ground up. Jerry, along with his son
Jeremy, 'own and operate J & J Neel
Construction, Inc. Jerry is a State
Licensed Registered Building
Contractor and his son is a State
Licensed Registered Roofing

Jerry served for 13 years as a Little
League and Pony League coach in the
City of Grand Ridge from 1984 through
1997, he volunteers for the develop-
mentally disabled of Sunland as a resi-
dent sponsor, and he has been involved
in world missions by traveling to South
Africa and helping construct a church in
the village of Phelandaba and plans to
again in the future when the opportuni-

ty arises.
Jerry Neel's political platform is sim-
ple: Local government should be for the
people and by the people. If elected as
County Commissioner District 5, my
goal will be to become a voice for the
.people of Jackson County, primarily the
people of District 5. I will aggressively
pursue ways to increase the betterment
of the roads in District 5, improve and
increase recreational. opportunities for

youth as well as seniors, and to increase
fire and police protection in the rural
areas. I will work to seek industry and
employment opportunities to increase
our economic growth in a way that will
not infringe on our home and family
values. If elected, I pledge to serve in
an honest and hardworking manner in
order to make a difference in our com-
munity and in the lives of the people of
Jackson County.

Marianna Chapel
Funeral Home
3960 Lafayette St
Marianna, FL 32446
Walter Polewarczyk

Mr. Walter Polewarczyk,
age 88, of Marianna passed
away on Tuesday, July 15,
2008 at Jackson Hospital. He
was born in Clinton, Mass., to
the late Stanley and Pauline
Polewarczyk, was of the
Catholic faith and served his
country in the U.S. Army for
20 years. He was a resident of
Marianna for the past 22
years, coming to this area
from Melbourne.
Mr. Polewarczyk is survived.
by his wife Mary Ann Barnett
Polewarczyk of Marianna; one
daughter, Rose Mary Everitt
and husband, Charles, of
Bascom; three grandchildren,
William Everitt and wife,
Becky, of Bascom; Ann Marie
Shelton and husband, Bill, of
Malone, and Jennifer and hus-
band, Sgt. Major Frank
Simonetti, currently stationed
in Kansas with the U.S. Army;
seven great-grandchildren,
Emilee, Trevor, Dillion and
Everitt Shelton, Dustin and
Shawn Everitt, and Nicholas
Simonetti; two sisters,
Barbara Cameron of Rhode
Island, and Agatha Donisvitch
of Massachusetts.
No services are planned at
this time.
Marianna Chapel Funeral
Home is in charge of arrange-


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State tournament set

to begin at MERE

The Dixie Boys and Dixie Junior
Boys state tournaments begin
Saturday at the MERE complex
with 16 teams from the 13U and
14U age groups competing for a
state championship.
The games 'begin at 9 a.m.,
Saturday, with Central Sports and
West Seminole facing off on Field
One in the Junior Boys opener.
Marianna Recreation Director
Clay Wells said he expected a great
"We're extremely excited about
having the Dixie Boys tournament
in Marianna and we look forward to
having them," he said.
"We've worked hard, my staff
and a bunch of volunteers, on get-
ting the tournament together. We
look forward to hosting all of the
teams in. Marianna."
West Jackson and Okeechobee
kick off Dixie Boys action on Field
Two at 9 a.m., with Bartow v.
Vernon to follow at 12 p.m.*

"I'd like to encourage as
many people to come out
and watch as can. We'd
like to a big crowd out
here to watch these kids
-Clay Wells,
Marianna Recreation Director

The noon Junior Boys game will
be between Hiland Park and West
Volusia on Field One, with Spring
Hill and'Poinciana following at 4
p.m., also on Field One.
For Dixie Boys, Chipley and
Spring Hill face off at 4 p.m. on,
Field Two.
Okeechobee and Marianna round
out Junior Boys action for Saturday
at 4 p.m. on Field Five.
The two late games belong to the
Dixie Boys, with Paxton and
Messer Park playing on Field One

and West Volusia playing Marianna
on Field Two.
Both games start at 7 p.m.
If Marianna Junior Boys defeat
Okeechobee, they will take on the
winner of Spring Hill and Poinciana
Sunday at 7 p.m. on Field One.
If they lose, they'll fall into the
loser's bracket against the loser of
that game at 4 p.m., Sunday.
If the Marianna Dixie Boys
defeat West Volusia, they'll take on
the winner of Messer Park and
Paxton Sunday at 7 p.m.
A loss and Marianna will take on
the loser of that game at 4 p.m.,
There will be a banquet for the
players, coaches and parents
tonight at the Marianna High
School gym at 6 p.m., with open-
ing ceremonies for the tournament
at the MERE'Complex starting at 8
"I'd like to encourage as many
people to come out and watch as
can," Wells said. "We'd like to have
a big crowd out here to watch these
kids play."

Pictured above are the Marianna,Dixie Boys [top] and Dixie Junior Boys
teams, which kick off state tournament action Saturday at Optimist Park.
- Mark Skinner/Floridan

Local woman takes'in Major League game featuring Marianna native

In 2002, when Cathy Carter
was a rural carrier associate
for the Marianna post office,
she could not have imagined
where her 2008 vacation
would take her.
Part of Carter's assigned
area during her four years as a
carrier prior to moving to a
clerk's position inside the post
office, she delivered mail to
Danny and Bunnee Mathis.
As is common knowledge in
the Panhandle 'of Florida,
Danny and Bunnee are the
parents of former Marianna,
Bulldogs and current Los
Angeles Angels catcher Jeff
When. Carter made her
vacation plans to visit her old-
est son in L.A., she had a trip
to an Angels game at the top
of her list of things to do.
Carter readily admits that,
although she enjoys all sports,
her knowledge of the game of
baseball is modest.
"I know a little but by no
means am I an expert," she
Luck was on her side whefi
she purchased tickets because
the Atlanta Braves were in
town for an interleague game'
with the Angels. *
Carter attended with her
youngest son, Caleb Carter
and her oldest son,
Christopher Shaw and his girl-

Pictured above is a photo of the Los Angeles Angels' billboard featuring former Marianna an'd
current Angels catcher Jeff Mathis' image during a recent interleague game against the
Atlanta Braves in Los Angeles. Pictured right is Mathis readying for a pitch from the same
game. Contributed Photo

Nearly a month after her trip
has concluded, Carter's enthu-
siasm, and exuberance has not
faded. Right beside her cubi-
cle at the post office is her
prized "black and pink polka
dotted keepsake" book full of
pictures from her trip,
At the front of the book

appears every imaginable shot
of Mathis, from his numerous
catcher's positions to every
move of his batting stance.
Included in the collection of
photos is a shot of his bill-
board appearance as they
announce each player.
Carter says of the experi-

ence at the game, "it was as Right", Carter puts the trip to
good as I could have expected. the game above the appear-
It was a sold-out crowd and ance on the game show.
the stadium was so gorgeous "We really wanted to talk to
and the fireworks show after, Jeff, but we didn't get there in
the game was fantastic." time because that's done at
In comparing it to the other batting practice. I have my
highlight of her trip, a visit to pictures though and 'when he
the game show, "The Price is comes .home, I'm hopeful of

getting some autographed by
Carter says she was very
excited because Mathis caught
the whole game and although
they were only able to attend
the one. game, the memories of
that game would last a life-

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AAU Basketball
The Jackson County
Youth Coalition will spon-
sor an AAU boys basketball
tournament today at
Marianna Middle School
from 6-8 p.m. and Saturday
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.

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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 will meet
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
baseball complex in
Struthers, Ohio.
Teams can register for the
World -Series at
If you need more infor-
mation, contact Ken Quinn
at 330-755-5676.

Sports Briefs
Send all sports items to
editorial @jcfloridan.corn,
or fax them to 482-4478.
The mailing address for the
paper is Jackson County
Floridan P.O. Box 520
Marianna, Fla. 3244Z.

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To cherish what remains of the Earth and to
foster its renewal is our only legitimate hope
of survival. -Wendell Berry
Following the passage of the Fair Labor
Standards Act in 1938, the 40-hour work
week, traditionally divided into five eight-
hour days, became the standard. In the 70
years since the passage of ihis law, the work
week has not changed. However, during the
oil embargo of the 1970's, many firms tried a
four-day work week. In the 70s, the four-day
work week did not last as these efforts did not
sustain them once the fuel started to flow
again; but, the four-day work week is once
again getting a great deal of attention.
Leon County and many other governments,
such as the state of Utah, are adopting or con-
sidering a four-day work week in answer to
higher fuel prices. Kent State University
offered a four-day work week to 98 of its
employees, and 73 took them up on it.
Now is a good time for each business to
consider whether a weekly schedule of four,
ten-hour days will work for them. The savings
to your staff can be very high. For example, if
30 of your workers use a gallon of gas each
way they commute, the yearly savings will be
$12,000 in total or $400 per employee
(assuming $4 per gallon). If an employee lives
further out, the savings will be much higher...
Professor Hochwarter of FSU's College of
Business recently conducted a study of 800
full-time workers, mainly in the Southeast,
who use personal transportation. His study
concluded that 33% would quit their jobs if a
closer one was available.
Switching to a four-day work week carries
some significant benefits, and in my experi-
ence, employees really seem to embrace the
change once they become acclimated to it.
Staff will have 52 additional days off that they
can use to do whatever they want. With addi-
tional time off during the week to see doctors
and take carp of personal appointments,
absenteeism will decrease.
Perhaps the most obvious benefit, the' four-
day work week will bring about much needed
fuel savings along with a reduction of vehicles
on the road during peak traffic times. Firms
that have a distribution system will also save a
great deal as their vehicles will only have to
return to home base four times a week rather
than five.
In addition, many corporations have suc-
cessfully implemented a four-day work week

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during -the summer months. Doing so reduces
electricity costs and allows parents to spend
more time with their children.
While four, ten-hour work days seems
appealing, there are some definite challenges.
One of the biggest of these is the ability of
your staff to get their kids to school or daycare
before they have to be to work at 7 a.m. This
is a very difficult transition for many young
parents. In addition, in cases where schools
and daycare centers offer extended hours, par-
ents may incur additional expense as many
centers charge extra if the child is picked up
after 6 p.m.
Even parents of school-aged children may
find four, ten-hour work days a struggle. They
may not be comfortable leaving for work
before their kids are on the bus.
For many businesses, only being open four
days a week just is not feasible (e.g. restau-
rant, retail and call centers). Shifting to a four-
day work week may not work at all if your
customers demand that you are open five days
a week or if you have products that must be
made or delivered five days a week.
Staggered work weeks are a possible solu-
tion, but only in cases where employees all do
the same job. Employees still work four, ten-
hour days, but not all on the same days. For
example, one employee may work Monday
through Thursday, while another works
Tuesday through Friday.
Another problem is that. some employees
will not be able to work a four-day schedule
because of their personal lives. If you make
the four-day work week mandatory, you
might lose some of these valuable employees.
Flexibility is key. If you make the switch
optional, employees can choose which sched-
ule works best for their lifestyle.
Governments can easily afford to switch to
a four-day work week, as customers (taxpay-
ers) do not have an-alternative if government
is closed. However for businesses, it is much
more complicated. Redoing the entire opera-
tion to a four-day work week is not going to
be cheap or without problems.
* Switching to a four-day work week is a
gigantic change in the way a business oper-
ates, and this decision has got to be made very
carefully and slowly. Trying it out in a depart-
ment or two rather than the whole company
seems the prudent way to go.
Now go out and see if it is economically
feasible for you to switch to a four-day work
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Employment 200-275 Transportation 600-633
Pets 300-303 Legals 900
Farm/Garden 306-333

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020 Announcements 103 Appliances

You should fully
investigate the back
ground of any compa-
ny BEFORE paying a
fee. Proceed with
caution if you are asked
to send money or in
calling "900" numbers.
All numbers prefixed
by "900" are charged
to callers on a per-
minute or per-call ba-
sis. Some of these calls
are to numbers outside
of the United States &
expensive international
rates are charged to
your phone bill.
makes every effort to
list the charges for the
reader. Remember, if
you have any doubts,
If it sounds too good to
be true, it probably is!'
Your Better Business
Bureau is an excellent
source of information.

030 Instruction
S Classes
Guitar & Bass Lessons-
$15/30minutes. Exp.
guitarist looking for
more students. Lessons
taught in a lonl pvt en-

040 Services
HOLSTERY: Call Debbie

042 Situations
Wanted: Live in house-
keeper, free room &
board. 850-762-3144 or
850-718-7398/ 693-5442

Microwave & Toaster Oven
$45 850-482-7938-

109 Baby Furniture/
Eddie Bauer Car Seat.a
Holds 20-100Ibs, a-
/black $35 850-594-9923

124 Clothing
Auqa Blue Evening gown
Blue, sz 12 Worn once
$100 850-482-7938
Womens clothes sz 10/12 &
Boys sz 10/12. $20/box

127 Computers/
DVD+R/RW -drive ultra
speed, Toshiba Sam-
sung. $50. 850-592-
Various X-Box & X-Box 360
games $15 each 850-663-
13 3 Exercise
4 Dining room chairs,
rustic style $50 850-

; Want to sell
your automobile?
Place a
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139 Furniture/
Bench: Solid wood high-
back bench on rollers
(made by Steve Odom).
t7ii. Pq 5 ,-.'so,4
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l.-it .condaiti n, ,15, iu0
Dinette table w/leaf & 4
chairs, good condition,
$75 850-526-3365

Table: Solid wood dining
table w/ high-back
bench, 1 of a kind, $75,

142 Garage Sale

To Visit Visited

2 Fam.Sat 7-?4125
Thompson Rd off Hwy
73. Clothes'toys, h'hold
items, furn.8505571394
To Visit Visited

Barnyard Sale: JD Tractors,
Hay equip, etc. 7/31 8/2
8am-? 1178 N Hwy 79 Bo-
nifay. 850-263-0104

To Visit



ESTATE SALE: Sat 7am-4
4560 Hwy 71 N, Grnwd.
Books, tools, fishing
equip, clothes,- what-
nots, toys, furri. etc.
To Visit Visited

Large Family Yard Sale* Sat,
7am-? Everything must
go. 2679 Hwy 73.Plenty
of kids clothes.
To Visit Visited

Sat. 8-12, 5155 Woodgate
Wayl ndian Springs ) Sail
Board, Antique sewing
machine, video games,
tools, turn, clothes ,misc.
To Visit Visited

Sat 6-10, 3185 Club Dr.
.Meadowview, Off Cav-
erns Rd) Baby items,
ime h'hold items, etc
To Visit Visited

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Sat. 6-? 3915 Hwy 90 3
mi. W. of Courthouse
Proceeds benefit
Church Bldg Fund

142 Garage Sale

To Visit Visited

Sat. 7/19/08
8am-2pm, 4356
River Forest Rd.
To Visit Visited

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Sat 7-? 2688 Choctaw
Trail (Indian Spgs) Rain
or Shine. Clothes,
books, jewelry, & more
To Visit Visited

Sat. 8-? 2609 Mashburn
Rd. Furn, TV's clothes,
plants, & more.
To Visit Visited

Sat & Sun, 7-? 2244 Syfrett
Rd. Off 231 SJust N. of Al-
ford. Clothes, bedding-
fishing gear,&much more
To Visit Visited

Yard Sale: Sat. 7am-til,
6256 Mill Ave, Cypress
Tools, furniture, jewel-
ry & pickup truck.
To Visit Visited

Yard sale: Sat. 8-?
4700 Honeysuckle Ln.
Lots of misc.
To Visit Visited

Yard Sale
Saturday 8-?
2837 Hwy 71

154 Miscellaneous
Amaryllis 1 gallon pots,
$7.50/each. Many colors.

154 Miscellaneous
2007- 26hp Kohler en-
gine, 54", industrial
craftsmen lawnmower.
35hrs. $1,800. 334-796-
Vinyl Swimming Pool & Ac-
cessories 15 x 4. Cost
$300, Sell for $150


213 Care Giver

Room/Board+ Salary NO
ts, children. 850-482-5631
The Best Pets
are found
in the
Classified Ads

236 Ge6 ra1l felP
Cashier position
available. Competitive
pay, paid vacation & be-
nefit package. EOE. Sang-
aree Oil Co., 2979 Pierce
St. 850-482-5241.
Georgia-Pacific, LLC
in Hosford, FL is in
need of an experi-
enced Environmental
Site Coordinator.
include Bachelor of
Science Degree, min-I
imum of 3 years envi.
ronmentaI related
experience, working
knowledge of Mi-
crosoft Excel.
Contact Stacey Hines
@ (404) 652-2130.
FT 9, T H I n e ." ,1.
Cuom'p u ir SKill5
w/labor. Apply in per-
son at Altha Farmers
Co-op, in Marianna

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236 General Help
Full time Optical Techni-
cian r, ,I':i L','lr'l Q h.,r
,ll ,rnerl,-j ;Mll Iff.h
vatlid Eeain player W1
exc. verbal, people & PC
skills. Will train. Mail re-
sume to the Jackson
County Floridan, P.O.Box
520, ATTN: Box 558,
Marianna, FL 32447.:
My Personal Choices Inc. Is
ow hiring Heslientlal
Service workers for group
home and in the commun-
. Applicant must have HS
ilmrna and a minimum of
i'-i ,ar Experience work-
,,, ,-ih persons with disa-
rli.:. or in a childcare
.ni gs Applicant Must be
aBe to pass level 2 back

ble hours.. For information
about these positions
please contact Melody @

300 Cats
eral to choose from.

301 Dogs -
6 Australian Shepard
Border Collie pupp :"
10wks old. Good C.:,,
dogs. $50/ea. 850-5;:.
Boston Terrier Pups f.,r
sale 8wks old. $200 850
Free to good home: Fe-
male Wnt Eng. Bulldog-
/Boxer mix. Spayed,
shots, lyr old 850-482-
Free to good home: Kittens
& mama cat. (850) 482-
Lost: Child's pet, Tri-color
male Beagle, 1 yr. old,
blue stripe collar, "Bu-
ddy" sw. Marianna. Call

Snri T-u mir.a
AKC registered Shirn
Tzu puppies black and
white. Ready to go
7/29.$300. 850-482-6674


309 Farm Equipment
12ft hay mower,' New
Holland round baler-
-Tractor w/cab 90HP
1 set of KMC twin row
planters, 4 row. mount-
ed on a-paulk frame 1
KMC 4 row ripper w/
lift assist wheel &
fertilizer attach. 1,000
gal. nurse tank mount-
ed on tamdem trailer.
Gandy 4 row insecticide
applicator .w,/double
boxes, for two chemi-
cals mounted on tool
bar. Good condition.
$650. 229-758-3146
Hay Cutter/Morra 5 Disc
Cuts 6 6; feot new
, P. F"in l iil
i.s0 i -' 4 __7 _
John Deere 6210
Tractor, cab & air. 1800
hrs. w/John Deere 640
loader. Really nice.
M.7sr' y Fergiur.n 1 24
:i uar H a3, 63 ler.
$22u0, Calil ,334 7l90-

327 Produce

oeans.S11nele or
unsheired. Blountstown
Produce. (850) 674-8709
Also: U-Pick, Mayo Rd.
Grand Ridge Bobby He-
wett (850) 592-4156
Peas-Various varieties &
Okra. You- Pick or we
pick. Call 850-592-2350-
Shiver's shelled peas &
butter beans.White,
zipper, pink eyes,
peas. Green & colored
butter beans. Farm
flesh. home gr.:.wn $5.
$10. $20 0agi avajiaDie-
FMSCUCorn 1,1.3 swe.t
$4 rp. S8 qi. Squaiih 12W
bi:. lninnrnn t lumal's
$12 busreillHwv 84 E.

327 Produce
u P':ck. Peas-, Elite
Creilmates, Zippers and
Puron eHull/ acres $6
,r 55 gal bucket. Bring
o ur own bucket. Field
Corn will be ready by
the weekend. $15/per
100. 5.6 miles N of
Grand Ridge on Hwy 69
take Connor Rd to Pa-
rent & Connor Cross-
ing, house is on the left
3146 Paront Rd.
PEAS! Farm Fresh Vege-
tables! Deese Produce,
Lovewood Rd., Cotton-
Sdale, FL (850) 573-1141 or
(850) 352-2891


E,-i- od:,: Apts. Furn. 1 BR
.uioie. apts. Free laun-
dry, water, sewage &
garb. 592-4793.

Rout/Un urnished
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Your source
to selling and
2BR 2BA Apt. in town.
$450/mo.(850) 573-0598'

406 Commercial
Newly Remodeled 1650 sq.
ft. Office Space For Rent,
Clinton St. $1200/mo.

412 Condo/
2BR 1' ,BA Townhouse in
town,S595 No pets. Ask
about Move in special

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Marianna, Florida

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421 Houses for Rent 503 Boat/Motors/ 506 Cam P 509.ot 512u* /ATi 600 Automobiles 600 Automobiles 600 Automobiles 621 Parts& Access. 24 Pick-up Trucks
Furnished Irailors travel Tralers l-.,
Honda '03 VTX 1800 Chevy '91 Caprice, 4-dr. Mazda '91 MX6 auto, FOUR24"RIMS Dodge '04, 1500 Quad
SA 4 Black, Motorcycle. Gar- new paint, Burgundy in fully loaded, 167k miles, $1800 for all cab, Excellent condition
P.IiO'ELE LFE .\ age kept with approx & out. Good cond. 96K $2400, Must see! 334- (850) 209-3453 if no 60K, Auto, $11,995.00
riGH6elh C iJALE. 2000 miles. Showroom $4,200. OBO or trade. 648-3171 answer leave message Please call 334-774-
W.620) b 181 condition. Backrest / 334-793-7989. 7569or334-432-0533

loaded, wet slip avail- popup mounted on a sport class C, 28 ft. Cruiser, 1,700 m/ bales, Mercedes SL 500, sil- Vestil, new 6'X3 r
q400. 8 9 detaablch, winde ver/ash,loaded $47,500 table ramp for sale or Dodge '01 Ram 1500 La
shuses fo Re shield. $8700, 334-445- 334-685-1070 SERIOUS long term lease. $9,500. ramie SLT, x-cab, 5.2 lit-
71 e.6933. INQUIRES ONLY!H 229-869-1008. er, 130K mi. Bed liner,
1BR/1BA in Greenwood Hunter 2004 306, like new Fleetwood Scorpion '06, Fourwinds '08 Chateau HONDA '06 VTX 1300 C R .r to .... J
IBR/1BA 8n0Gr09n7590 loaded, wet slip avail- popup mounted on a sport class C, 28 ft. Cruiser, 1,700 miles, ,. ;.;" ,.ic'01GrandAM, 624 Pick-upTuick ,:,-. :.1
able, in Port St. Joe, FL trailer. Kitchen, bath, Workhorse Chassis 6.0L black & chrome, Vance a,,1, 4DR, AC, AT, C.D 1 E, ?il
3BR/1.5BA, on corner of great weekend get- ramps. $14K. Call Bla- Vortec. 5578K mi. no sl. and Hines custom ex-. AM/FM. Real Clean!
Park & Davis St. (Maria- away, Detailed pics& kely, 229-723-5958. outs. non-smoker & pet haust, $8,500 OBO 334- , . .. l 54,200.334-792-7814
nna); $775/mo + dep info upon request. $70K free. $55,000 OBO*Se- 695-9269,334-695-9265 cv '3 C e ,
850-482-2886. 850-653-8147. Lv Msg RDoUsui3-5s22- y2. Honda Rancher 2 WD w/- vertible 40th anniv. ad dl ,-urn
Grand Ridge, 3BR/2.5BA, Chaparral '84 198XL 185 electric shift. Like new edition, ruby red, .., n ., n
$1050/mo or lease w/ Evinrude with Trailer . Ford 1991 Class C, rebuilt $3000850-209-4447 tires & battery recent r 560,L tur. T, 13 *
purchase option avail. $4500.334-693-9360 )E onan, 2 A/C's, good tune up $16,500 850- ercedes '89 5601-L r, ir3
Cal 850-272-1181 1 condition.' $6000 will fi- KAWASAKI'05KLX-110 332-0065 or thuddriver gundy, tan I.t e.
W 1r i nance. 334-793-52480 $1,t00,llke new, exc. il mil bi r,
HUNC hm I rm u-- Fleetwood 2002 Discov- or(334)791-8549 nr..:,.:r,,:,,. Dode Ram ilver
$14,900! FOr h lsri "ery 39ft, 2 slides, 330 KCAWA KI1 4 Ailm-.', 'S..ode y6 2WS2 r
800-570-8898Fext. 4 Er,,, 'P,.. r 5HP diesel, very hice pipedand jetted Like KAWA AKI'05t0 Power steer, CD, A/C,
,,_ itr_. v E. $,., $85,000334-618-8457')aded_ 1 r:3- i '2 i L4 hvl'010Cw Like new.Cust Ex-
Very Nice 3/1 i. .l ". ,e. -. I: r new. $3000., 334-791- 27,0Tda C, I47;4 Chevrolet '05 1500 Crew' s.FotRa 8 -
Fridge DW,W/D hook- Chaparral 210 SSI '05, shower, 30/50amp. A real Damon Intruder00' lr Che'94Caar 27,200 Wit. AM/FM CD' aus d Cove
up, incl. lawn $795/mo Yellow, 260 hp, bimini must see at: $39,900 334- 35ft. Class A design- h a Dual Zone A/C, Cloth, *79.
850- 526-3355 top, galvanized trailer, 67-2994 er.V1027,9172s Blue, Sedan. 5-spd. r 8 E'Dual Zone A/C, Cloth
850-526-3355 custop, galvanized trailer, 687-2994 er ACV-10,27,9172 TV 6-cyl. 2 WD. Loaded, 78Korg. mi. white, well Saturn 07 Aua XR, 9800 Tow pkg, Alu Whls, Dodge '95 Ram 1500 w/
stored, only 20 hour. sidebysilaeIlg steering, CDA/C, servceecords sunroof, all options, 774-6869. V-6 1,650.334-803-0364
c utmany extras. Lik r n g %. cl m ade pr N ewa e ,v e l m i like new w white ,Ithr
many extras. Like rnew. IcemT i New runs well, newtires, $11, 990.334-596-2077 MUST SEE TO BELIEVE! Chevrolet '04, 2500 LS Dodge '97 4-wheel drive
$27,900, 334-475-383 TresTol $ T-Tops, veryclean, $21,150obo,334-5223564 Crew Cab. 21,100 one pCext cab, V-8
2 & 3 BR MH, Cottondale. Caravel '97 21 ft. Mr Great cond.$4000. miles, 6.0 ardtool box $5,695
http://www. charlos- cruiser 240 hp. i-C. owner roadm
http://www. charlos- cruiser 240 hp. 1-. 3 9 334-618- 3414. V8. Mobill oil only. All 334-393-4946.
cou Bu- great cond., garage -l power, 6 disc CD. Like
/-t Kept, matching tan- Damon Dae Break 01', Kawasaki '06 ZX-10R CHEVY '94Caprice w/LT1 new in every respect. Ford'95 F50. $2,500.
dem trailer w/ pressure Class A 15228K, 2 AC, Black, Motorcycle. 3200 posirear end Station $16,500firm. Call 334- 334-701-9515.
3BR Mobile Homes brakes LED Lg slide out, ex. cond. miles, runs well, low wagon. Auto $1800. Call 790-7018.
fo Rent/Jackson NA Fleetwoodr'00 42 500 B. Please miles, Great cond., 4-6-
Cty. low hours, NEW BABY P58271$0,346-64.
$350 & up Call 850-557- ONLY REASON BOAT IS owler Camper, calls334d585o273t 3 Cv i334ce24 r 3
,H 0 FOR SALE, $311,900 05 2BR,Greatcond, Damon '96 Daybreak Kawasaki 750 ATV, like white, burgundy int. 1
2 BR MH, CH & A, near -0 Ca11334-618-3957 $10,500, Motorhome. 31 ft. new, bumper, specialty owner, ec. condo. 130K Mercury 00 Grand Mar-
& 71 SReq. App. & Lease Call 229-308-1168. Clean, sips 6. Great package, Allo Wheels, mi. PRICE REDUCED, quis, white w/ blue in-
Req.$ 400wat de / cond. Comes w/2l Call (34) 333-2988 $3,900.334-886-3061. teior, clean inside &
./lawn care incl.No Pets KilWssi '7 Mean Streakd s lie nw
No Smoking. 526-8367. Chevrolet '92 Sprinter, 20 SecialEdition.nderlie new w/
32whniyft. self contained Motor 5 0 mies etrs ;nirnqu -n Suzuki '06 Frenza Sedan
3/2 within city limits, 98 Coachman Santara, Home. Great for camp- clude. 9500. Call nqu i, SuzukiForenzaSedan Chevrolet '25-Crew
$425/mo Sec & Ref. 35ft. 23,000 miles, ing, hunting, fishing. 1334)899-4247 t_4 -1 tO Blue,Auto.4-cyl.2 cab,4x4Fleetside,ZR5
Req. 850-482-5492 7KW generator, 2 en- $5700, 334-762-2541 793 .3:34. WD. 24,000 miles, Appearance pkg. Exc. Ford '07 F250 Diesel,
tries, ducted CH/A, Pars 90c '06. ren24/36MPG,Power onditionfuloaded Crew, Auto, 4WD.
3BR/2BA, Clean/ quiet hydraulic levelers, Airstream '93 34 ft. delsel Pars 9 c'6.Condition,fuly/oaded,
3Bpark in Mari/2A, Clean/ quiet hydraulic levelers, Airstream 93 34 ft. delsel Gr cn $1.65 Call :u .rr. brakes, Powersteering, extended warranty 14,000 mi. Chrome
park n Maanna. No White u rear queens, sleeps 64.000K mi. exc. cond. 334-726-7516 CD,A/C,AM/FM,ste- 69000milesedition. Warranty
Ms! 500 + De. 0e r 34SUNF,3d9hM m reo runs well, sunroof,69gile.,
41 (850- only 93 hours, Merw- 6, leather owner cap- d $25,00 3 07. 2-008 50CC, moAed, t. 3 miles, $9,50q oo t '2s Grunro, riginal owner, $15,000. 100k mi. PD 52K. Like
cruiser, great cond., tas chars, 34' Allegro, 1990, 37000 street Chrysler '04 Crosfire 482-8416 ve an 334-726-3136 new $34 900 Call
3BR/2BA MH in Sneads & Fishflnder/CD/VHF, meant model, great i4 N .e t eS5 00x 734804, 4 Grey, 6-sd. 6 c5cl 4850K12,000,5 334-699- 334-684- 6291
Marianna. Call Mon too many new items shape, all manuals, iles. New t- Loaded, D, leather nt. Mercury 76 Marqus 7251/334-805-3113. 33

MH when avail.s Blue ervieed nT pint In American made bike Blue.d 10K 850-272-6389 Mercury *95 Grand Marq 850-526-2484 OBO, 334-355-1272. __38---
Fri after 4pm (850) 593- to list incl. new up- service records,Fr 33618. haust/br Ea 00 S F
4452. 6holster0 $6,50 $32,000. 850-762- cond. $10,500 OBO. 334- SUZUKI 1500 '01 BLACK, ec $17K. 334 less than 45K ii Cevet Silverd
3865 565-3160/504-0223 8000K mi. Like new. -1810. miles, 1 owner, 00, r, 2WD, Power W/L, Loaded, CD/AM/FM ord '0 15, ,

85c-2-72 cru ore pe0B CC tcb ,Tio,76,Twe
OBO. P ease Call $_ __ 55_00. 334-470-0237. eios___ony_34 vLadd___M/,
MH lots avail & some (334)477-2059. 28 ft. Allegro, well main- Chrysler 06 PT C e 6917332 or 685-2269 Leather, Tow pkg, roof A/C, runs well, Great orse $12,000, 850-21

MH when' avail. Bise --. aedflte i-tAibcmlead- Yamaha B0le. Ra6 2 38 '975 3d Grn Mar- rack, 105K ,$10,8100 cond.Extras1200. 1338se
oi ntes om e e t le5 d, new I; re. fully Victory 1999 1500, 5K 37,800k miC eexc. $ cond ack, 1K $10,800 -c. E 1
MaSprings MWater kept 12.50. Call $6000 Firm 334-618- Chrysler 06 PT Crs qu, runs ood, excel- Toyota '05 amr, 4 door, Chevrolet '0099 F-350. Enclosed
Mai a a ").- -ysend6 PTC,-" ,,'',_, aent condition. $5,00.
3 334 7922 S m18 or 334- 8457282vFord
ewage/garb./ lawn 334-703-31382004 Dutchmen C37,800k mi. exc. cond Ng.. Low tan, auto, sunroof, cold LT Newtiresserice truck. $8,000.

$21/mocwnl 34 ft. House Boat, Sleeps ie W/Dmu Wok o8621or 34-797 10- h r 334a7944. Cllo1 fY 797-5130.
in.0 Yamaha 682' Zuma 3 __go/102n(e.dcd.4aScoot-4-8-96/6-0492 56 .,exc.on
..s. -. .3-- er. 6400 mi. 125mpg, new 17,300 mi, $15,900, $8000 OBO, Call (334) Volk
F 792-1079or334718-(3348Windsheld & lugaedge o r rr '9 Grand Mar- Cal ) 33798-215 Ford '04 F1s Fx4, Sup
46 uisirat rsckeelcl. cnd25g: LS, whitewexc.
-,2p850-352-4723 160S wghity, askChevrolet '04 1500, 4x4 Cab, 6-disc CD, 68K m.,
9054 ex cond. $00OB al $5800OOregular cab, 40k milonglesbed, $1 top 5,500 Cal (334) 897-Lariat
96' DW, 28X60, CH/A. OB" '-Wi.port by i I rear Yamaha '04 YFZ 450. ;3-9758,797-97 -, 39K, $11,000. Please 0582
965 DW, 28X60, CH/A. BRMany after market call 334-726-0729Ford'05F-250. miles
2BA w/study. April. 2 p Huer 21A r ,t. 334-806-291. (334)726-121 te lie sr
porches s en o dti0 334-648-2425 TRANSPO N 3 Mr '99 Sable station Toyota '07 Sequoia, Greycrlt 6 Z71 4 Ford '05 F-250. 50k

850-526-8367 Pt. Saint Joe, FL.H $18K $18,00 334-695-11r 9 oo5 pRF 150 F Honda, $3200.OBO 334-688-5156 ?: -n, .leath.:err al.l pow -T" brusknguard.$10,0k m
thn A Or, OA. C i ,;,n.ll 815402,n v 4 2 WD 42k mi. Loaded, ae Asking $10,500. Cal
$30K.850-762-9333 Cal 21995 Shasta TravelTrail m e BO .8. 05 Mustang Con- i8062 22ar. ileec. cond on o. .r . _
006 c-slom park model 1997 Four Winds Class- C, Yamaha 07'V-Star.New4500FIRM
LI- Cab unused 3 31tA/C stove, micro- Loaded, comes with Corvette'06 3LT26K varrasi, Irs sIc.-sd.
N439 rr nh11 perfect for lake wave, fridge, sofa, dl- helmet & cover. Only 1 MileGPS GlassTop6, .90. 'l 4, : 5454, amess
l t. hunting cabin or nette. $24,900. Call 334- mile! $6,500. Call any Orange$37,900/Offer Mini Cooper '06 Convert- 1.7'-5
onn t the5 00,n law suite on 791-1450. time. 334-494-3344. (814) 397-7146 Cell ib l auto, fully loaded, F-00
ther in lw suite on 791-1450. immaculate. $18,000.

M Ur oor bo ready to Yamaha 2003. YZ125, 2 Dodge '91 Stealth. Runs 334-596-2692.
RECREATION taned, 900U PdOBO ts ofstrke exo circt ppe good. pkg,500 f6 dirmsc c
s -2 1406 great co4n 850- 334-ndition.$3400 33671-4281 4-702 47904059661 ei v o 1
'2. t3, s 7a,:r:334-726-3842 R
n pavelrod. r 2 005 urowl Stream Caviler L O O K 71
ne0nlorrio.d. $B1r Pleamdl. 31'L sleeps 6, nes IYamaha 205 ator 660, Ford '5 Mustang, V r 2 10 7k mil

S-- tires, battery, etc. A ) Acra Integra '92, Black, premium edition, Fully -- Fr

SS-284 bult moor. sunroof- .er ReduMar. 10 615 L C ,.ellent conditionF
Gland Mar. Beaiful 8' BvLR 29n Viv e l condo tion .Fu J I extras, low hours, 'Dark Red 5 C e Mitsubishi '06' Eclipse Automatd Fpe
oaktrees, newly re 260 eng. fully loaer stand up. shower. 4000. 334-677-373 spd. 78000 n GT Red, 6-spd. 46550, 8-cy 4WD. 4DR, solid white fully
modeled, $130,000. w/tailer, low hours $7,500.334-237-1039 -" dash CD stacker, new tires, very clean, 66,000m oaded $15000 Ca
850-718-6019 Yamaha 200 L leath5r; Farran Mtyh 3u
200 175 CrP 03 3138 2004 rDutchmen Yamaha 2006 V-star leather warranty mfg warr, Viper alarm Toyota '94 Cac68Devillery 4 dr. Loded, stereo 334-983-1860
mrur, iP. r 334-703-33 2004 Dutchmen Clasic 1100, 3100 miles, war- $6,500 Ng, Ph$912 C Rns, rc cond. 1 'XE, auto, sunroof, cold Newutires.
3 B R H U D how m a 35ft. 2 slides. 1bc bath. '04 Pace Arrow 37 .C, ranty, $6200 OBO, 334- 955 air. 191 K mi. $3,500. Great condo. $9,400.
213/mfront & rear live wells, e eavyduttraerps Satellite. W/D hook. Work Horse C3336108 chassis 793-5621 or 334-797- 334-74-9243. Chevy 05 Colorado, exc. cond. 4500 850-594-
3yrs @ 8%8 AP.f LiSt- 6, good cond., asking Ex. cond. Like new. 19K, loaded, 3 slides, 99 43leavemessage Fod'02 Taurus SE, all m --3
is 800-570-888 ext $12,000.OBO. Call 334- $17500. 334-671-0312. tow ca, $93,000, Cl 3068 ;al Volwa 05 Torgsu- O'
F 792-1079. or 334-719 (334) 18-0717 YZ '07 250F Blue Under 5 power runs great, Gray w/sdde
Hours ex cond. $4000 Clean.$4,200. OB. Call r, ile t
905 Q Ob' H03C lass A Monoco La 334-806-2911. (334726-12 the line, sun roo, Vo Off road pgk. J .I Whit
el. hnon O HP cndin. Palmn. 2 slides.1 a 334-632- $4000 (334) 726-1215 **s, to c '- r-d; -rr tll

JAMES GR uANDTrd moior and c4rpel 2 fain ivigures Harley Davidson "''05 L9i-&tion,-steeri802ng3hai -- Loadedpower
"' bath. Loaded! Incl car hur
T le O 2003 Keystone Cougar dolley& all furnishings w m:s.o -

Sbath. Loadalacck oared, vte red, b----8u otnu cia ai d lt witm tch AE
2 Kt odoiley & all funnins48 d $ heated seats, automat- topper. 4 WD. Cra w

conitin,$5,000 OBO Oploma1 p ond^ m,||r la wll/Bill ack L mlese
S'.- 5th wheel, Series 2 76 (dishes, towels, e etc.) io/manual shift p elCab 15,,il
motn duxft I r "iv ex.-EFs. 28 ftr-in. dw / Iing$ 75K. 334-790-3480.corssi cuank o
BUILDER'OWNER 0 room slide. Great cond., 2004 2 YAMAHA a'od- Wavesidcur brakes, power

3r714 s i tee 4 s Camero 91 convertibleaFord *98 Mustang Cobra, rtiasirs c a w ing, CD, A/C, AM/FM,
motoNEW HOMES Traer. l AC sles300 m, many 78510 runners Top for F-350 Fordy A/C Pow er shades for back seats, Chevrolet 'B9la Z71 P/Uo, Manual
GREAT LOCATION leave message l s 13.000r br.I Windows & Door locks, and rear air. $ 23,800 tside Ext. cab, 3 leather
and more. $1700. and heat $s $15 9 $60. 334-347-0415 or /334-685- r, 98K mi., Vey Clean, c s warranty, Like
.3343 15 Hnte0 15 B4 t 7578) 8 8 5THI m Wheel2aanDt 04 Big owner, lik DogidgvailableW. 6233 $w. $31,0.

4 7 4 4 8 a l3 J2r o 533 7 0, G 3420 334-. T opp527 -1516 .
UNDER2 00K turn key i'0 Aboardt a 2 slides exce Hard-t, 34-77-0420m asking $9995 0 P F1334 500C l
meo outback 06 31 RS Load- m ust CHEVROETexcellent condt, or Jason'334-714-1601 Volvo 04' V70, 2.5 turbo 790-2364,334-793-100 K Tr850-527-1516.

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laments. 229-220 ed $16,900 80 334- 99, (850) 638-7920 or aa s Tahoe ow mileage, $2,000 UV.Black, 110k iles runs eat door, newe. paint, i ,i' er, loaded w/ mond plate tool box,
Trlegmi e YAMAHA'S 06 Wave ero 22 ft sleeps 4, 687-3275 or 850- 2534 ldA e, 5d1 365 mi Oldsmobile 78.Needs mi- sr3r347ai chr r. 714-4210 or 677-6007r
too ot$99,900 8507628185 h xcelnt condition and H D 4784. senewtres- $13500.9198442586. nortuneu c control FF250 XT
14,000 for both 334 08 Amete TravelTrer age so twn ca Fod Mustan GT
M arqu I O e r687-0875 2t/ It Fully self con- bue& Siver, rd rad7o, 0 whte, S sp. etaro up- P .--'v ... ..-oo .. al-
RECREATIONtaed Used once Pd lots of extras, $12,000n- grade pkg 6 dsc cd, r r a, 601 o 3 ,.' 0.l lI -
2000, 23', Aquasport, $13400 asking $lk 850- 334-6714281. cto alarin 24K in a ja' i:,. ,d. ''
n ug r1e w 5i vee offer. 334-447- s""s rt, ba6k ." 'r
tion. $15, 500 Please 05 an "
S 6 tires, battery, etcl A 3Acura Integra 692, Black d edition, Full

'4n90 '151paun79wetreras
moost 2 ee., $7996 0l yDin0 b$, C0uns ,rof loadi)d great gc0 d.,,4 04' Avalanche Z71, 2x cab -0
Greatly cans.u2.000 f-iUc ,,ed34,o6 tO3 Antique Autos .aeliant condition.
$14,00 fo oh34 8., on.nc0 -0obo. duily loaded 78K. Ford'O'FlOnuperCabg
RCE IOestaid s'. 33ts of1.1tras,. $12,00. 16discc4 i CD Player $9,500.
a ELL n.......reat. Financing AvailableWAC.
"}VBMW '04 Se13an Mdn1. 5251 I7._'7,c0i .:i-r .,
c l3 9 2b t r e .Silver, 28./75K m u AT ,Fr '0 Mu t g, Lilly ii' -,,,- '4 !. ',0
mut'le2-,7l5e50sp. G-4r0ages5d D e runcwl Misu-
Hemn2.0G10iR' te n 6c-AntDeckBARLEY' DAViDSON condo $30,560. 334-3.-Mtsbii .,
r 'd 60 rc 04 Road King. 5680 9276or334-393-5829 Ford '06 Mustan GT, VR-4 Red, 5-spd. 6c, rp
31-r W;d $black H3.0 Meeir plk AW D; 98,000; Loaded 113379;.8") Ci) i Ag'1
9grBen4ere.dDCt'r,2i Coend.1 Better than t., premm soundIl
td-s 2.05 1763 Crappie Sindernrr, t ollin new, Lot of extras loaded, si., 5e. coed. stereo leather interior. Cadillac'68Deville, Red, ,: -,: ,.., ,,
and bait well, lots of $8500.334-983-4941 C, 35' lvin de Ford '07 Focus, 22k m -4, 6 Cadillac '73 Eldorado, Re- Cna, ,
storage, fully equipped. i or334-596-4170. p- mi.. Ala-a wheels. factory wrety, all the MITSUBISHI'95MIBAGE mn on d.Pa/c, ato,
$12,500 000 850-547- n -, n~res options, like new, GREATOGASPSAVERI storaged, mint, ciiosP
3484 after 6PM 1994 Master Craft Pro s.ewei, 3Loteofext500r 000ogaragekepte96Kwiles,:aer. ruiiies b,-d:.-rri
Wle saome accessories Ieas a Hon, Cd Call John at 334-477- (50)209-3453 S4879 ,
'0HP15,000. 00. Call te1C-sI'c3 stone. 29,500 miles, 3068..Run.eery1ceaiuonebn-I- ..i500
3 70l:d leather- letfoc-a- rearinive "eslseaer. rih er.n5 P goucidin.ew35--333-6r0$1,5. el(34mi8trade. ,CallGreat Shape.r3103500, .-dour/11110 eg.Iar"
IS Quand,4 b9 Huii. 3 Seabree:e class' A 0'. ,NADA Retail $24,07,5 ask- 82K ml, 1 owner, $4000. 3i7,9.2 e4m, i3ue ii-r$--.5

s -leuoe-ard moicr ass carpel 1, 1,leres Harley Davidson."-'os 693-0892. 8024 .. i 4..ii.e.-a;
$ 12,5 nr1ier Mae asCrier 64..00 wile S2v.500 4aElectra Glide Ultra Clas- Cadillec '93 A0lante Con- Ford '85 Crown Victorian Nllr ',''t, ,, P .t.-iSH i.S. nMI RA GE-". -. a c.-. 1,4 rto
85 5 -- a 034-794I6994. 850-.57-343i sic, Bed/Black, Loaded, .ver t ible, red, beige LTD, 4-dr. V-8 auto, 92K ii, -I,,, e, ic, c-Ill. .'" ., ,e to nn e,
U 0_ 526$0__ktGreat cond. $18,000, leaer excellent. 71k i. new paint &' i -er. 1.00 py a l hs
SPOTSCAFT '70, 30ft 8 Trtn f Elrer 334-389-9889. miles 13,900 334-44- top $495. Ca33467 off. Call (334) 714-1671 hey'57 Belair 2 dr, $4500. 334-791-2609
440 chyr. engine, good w Is ]i5t HiMercury 2823 or___C05 aluminumS0whe3erls0ro d 07iFe144
$condition, $5,000 O0 OplCmhr 71pounid motr 2 3 -ewnterior Eacr
Call ___ Wi in/Black Leather4*D
Blue & silver, exc. L S.60034-74-412nn chair lift. 8150-425-5677
coed., 17.5 ft., Mariner .. 34-7 -.1--.9 ---6--Fr u i.C-
6mtr., Deluxe traler, 0..s85- 67 2,- Frivra $2' Mu -. ,, ,.,,'- -
$9,500,334-693-9287 ,.-. . c J06t& ai.Li Ha2f Cadillac '96 Fleetwoo, y26.i2ds n. 5, . .' -
Pontoon Boat '05. 20'a506,* an, Brithms, coEd.ti, 72 Ford -6Euca-le ..UlaC..s...aI .I)
Sunchaser. 50sHP, '. ade -Briohms edtCon,. 2- -Ford '8-5 C -ownV-ito, i-

334-714-5860. .sleeps 6-8, Exc.Coed tosee controls, wind shield, Camero '91' convertible Ford '98 Mustang 9obra, Great as, new tires, co40. 3342 cooar
sundowner seat. 6-s$d. Z-28 new a crate eng. convertbibe, S sp7d, Cn Carax, 56K $17,500 Ford$'6e ,40334-494-3.or

cement condtion.Four Winds 5000 '00, tras described when miles.MustSel Pota '84 Trans-am ced over, 26Kmi., exc. condo. $14,00. 334
$34,500 o t 850-547- white, Auto. 8-cyl. 2 called. 334-393-2109 $15,999. OBO Please ram air hard top con- cellent condition, new $19,000, (334) 237-1039 889-00431740-497-3152.
8 08 5t wh Harley Davidson '06 Chevrolet '93 Corvette rare car 34$6,500 334-792- parts. $6,000. Neg.. Call Chevy 95' Silverado 1500 Ford '03 anger XLT, 4 dr
2808 5thwheel cond. 28Feet, AM/FM Screaming Eagle VROD, Convertibl Red seth- 400or334-618-9101. 334-522-3756 p cd, /5C V8,16-19n o cyr m eaur XT
Montana 02' 5th Cassette Stereo, Cable Converbl Redleath- cold A/ 30 V816-19 6 cy., bk, auto., CD, al
camper, n32.5 ft. 2e TeleV Hookup, TV Antenna Red,07K m, warranty, er, 70K miles. $13,000. Pontiac '00 Grand Prix. DELIVERY TRUCK. Diesel shape, Beg Cab, $3000 pwr, chrome whls, 84K
slide, mounted sace Telehone Jack, Sky- 714-940neo.12-153ascall334 4DR GT. AT, AC (every w/ lift gate. Year: 2000. 00 BO ; 850-482-6066 or m., $8300, Call (334)
heater, new 4000 nan lightLPG & CO Leakoption). 104k mi. Mileage appr. 118,000 850-394-7156 389-3071
generator w/nside re- Detectors, Awning, Chev 03 06 CorvetteImmaculate cond. 334-794-7644, 334-797--Fr
Malibu Skier '01 Sporster mote, $25k OBO, 850- Booth Dinette, 6 Cu, Exe. condo. 35K miles $5,800. 334-677-7748 2497,334-797-1730. Chevy '07 Silverado, 3/ rria whp sa
60 325 HP, perfect 93-6946 Foot Refrigerator wth E L$27,500850-762-8399 334-803-3058.Frei htliner 92' 60 series, nicely equipped aria wiand
cond. loaded $19,000 Freezer, 6 Gallon rtn sis vry low miles. $23,900 color, i/tan leather
OBO 334-313-2367 Jyco 01 pop up camp- Electric Ignition Water HARLEY DAVIDSON '08 Chevy '05 Cavaller. Tan, Pontiac '00 Trans Am, Fuler transmission, Good OBO334-618-8172 bedmvr. 9,
er, sleeps 7, gas or Heater, 32 Gallon Fat Bob .Pearl Blue, 6- PS, PB, am/fm radio LEXUS '02 LX470, Pearl red, loaded, leather, 6 for log truck or long haul. cover.29,500
e r. s spd. Excellen C $9000.850-638-7290/850- Chevy '02 Silverado X-
Legend '04 Bass Boat, electric fridge, heat- Freshwater Tank, Toi- spd. 2000 miles, excel- w/cd player. 53,284K. White, SUV. Auto. 8 spd. Excellent Cond- 000 80-63-7290/8 Chevy 02 Slvrado X- 334-798-5725.
225 Mercury, low hours, /cooling system. awn- let, Sink & Shower, 25 lent condition, lots of $6,500.. Call 334-671- cyl. 4 WD. 85,000 mi, tion, lots of perform- 527-2229 Cab, 88K mi, good cond,
yellow, mint cond., ing.$4800334-794-7103 Gallon Wastewater extras, 2YR warranty, 4214or334-596-0214 LOADED, Great cond. ance upgrades. $9900,(334)798-2747
$13,500, (334) 790-1350 Jayco 08 Eale 5t Tank, 22 Gallon Grey $17400. Call 334-44- Chevy '07 HHR Exc $24,985,334-798-5271. $13,000. 334-447-8599 GM '06 ft box truck, die- v
Javelin 94' Bass boat wheel, 291RLTS, 3 W Tanks, cond. Crimson Red. Lexus '04 RX330 50K mi. or44 927k miles. $23,500, Call Burgandyw/ beige
377A 150 fast strike, slides, with covers, BTU Roof Air Cond- Harley-Davidson 2000 Take over payments sun-rf crystal white. Pontiac '01 Bonneville, 334-673-4852 later, 83k miles
169trailer. $4750 334-596- electric awninth $35Ka- tioner, 31,000 BTU Fur- heritage soft-tall, pearl daughter over seas. 18/24MPG $23,000. 334- white, 6-cyl., CD. 115k ,st peering wheel con-seat
1694 selling for hethre nace, Microwave Oven white, lots of chrome, 334-796-9929. 702-1010 or 334-701- mi. Very clean, goodVolvo '97 dump truckW- tros,3rd ow seating
Jason 1986 bass boat sons 334-791-4 192 Oven with 3 Burners ven extra seats. $15,00 d 6. cond. $5000 OBO. 334 64, tri-axle, 16 ft. body. w/center bucket seats
Jason 1986 bass boat 110 Q3-- 2 Oven with 3 Burners, 7 34-693-04 0 Chev '32 Original body 6501nd 00 B 34 ext. side, R swing barn disc cd changer in
Johnson motor, garage Jayco '03 camper, 34 ft. 2 Persons, Queen-size & ame, 350 enne, AT Lexs '95 L400, runs door. $21,900, 334-685- dash, power seats, rear
ccn. e &rame,1H050engne,ATLexus '95 LS400, runs 7hxpowir6s anger
kept, good condition Slide outs exc. cond. Bd & Mattress, 7,41 Harley-Davidson 2001 Trans., extras Must good, all options,'needs Pontiac '06 GTO, 6.0, 2772or334-671-7632 a ir co n t ros
$4500 OBO 334-794- like new on rented lot (Gasoline), 5 Kw LPG 883 sportster hugger, see to appreciate Seri- some work, $2500, Call 400HP 24,000 miles,- $ 1 6,8 0 0 3 3 4- 7 0 1 -
5511 or334-798-5936 with water 'front view Generator, Trailer excellent condition ow ous Inq. only. $20,000 (334) 792-4100 or 618- black in/out, one owner 5` 5"/334-685-6233
Lake ufaula $19,000 Hitch, Car dolly, Non- miles. 334-693-0540 obo.3343724122 9101 $26,000, 850-352 621 Parts Access
Fisher 2008 1754, 40HP 4 OBO334-793-0021. smokingNew: All6 334372-4122 9101850-3 S CCSS05' 3500 Quad Cab Ford '85 Tow Truck,
stroke mercury, ta- Tires, Brakes, Catalytic Harley Davidson '98 1200 Chevy '68 Camero, race Mazda 04' RX8, 62,000 3752/50-557 Dually. Cummins Turbo Custom-built 1 ton
chometer, humming- 2007 19ft. Pilgrim Lite Converters, Spark Sp6rtster 13K ml. Many car,468 engine, runs miles. Runs great. Borla Pontiac '07 G6, 4 cyl., sil- Camper shell, one yr. old. Diesel, 69k miles, CD, loaded, great cond.
bird 565, live well, bilge Travel Trailer, like new Plugs, Battery, $17,000 extras customized 6.50 1/8, beautiful car Cat-back exhaust. Take ver, 4 dpor, 14K mi., w/ Fits F-150 '99. Black, Cruise, $20,500. 850- $8,500, Call 791-8695 T
pump, $11,200 334-798- asking $10,000, Call OBO, Please Call 334- Manual, Gas Saver. $12,500. 334-687-788 over pmts. $19k owed. cruise, $13,900, (334) Like new. $600. Call 526-2290 days, eves. or334-794-2426
0010 (334) 677-3827 347-0496. $4,000. 334-984-2044 or 334-695-4499. 850-557-6199 445-6302, (334)733-0579 334-347-2717. 850-594-9931
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624 Pick-up Mks 627 p y i. 627 j.627 r 627 p't l Y 630 ans 630 as 3 90 ir '900 1ega
S.oe c ei TVehicles Vehicl es' 62 c- ' I o ne
Ford '04 XLT S.: c 1u1.ta '01 Se quoia, ,i Nissan '04 Quest. White, er than 5 days prior to the trict Board of Trustees
St g g., .ted edition, tan 58k mi. Loaded, War- meeting. e Administra- will hold a rule adoption
tool ox E ni ll her interior, sun- ranty, DVD Ent. System, tor's assistant may be con- meeting in conjunction
$15,000, Call .4~ 4 r .., 109k miles $11,000 Heated Seats, Auto tacted at 2864 Madison with the Board meeting
0751 790-2539 Side Door and Rear Street, Marianna, FL, 32448, scheduled for Tuesday,
d '7 ) r. Great cond. (850) 482-9633, or (800) September 16, 2008, be-
SuFo rd '07 .LT 2 I.PRICED TO SELL, 955-8771(TDD). ginning at 7:00 P.M.
(0)Supercab 4>5-1 ,.. Ford '03 Windstar, Lt. $14,995. 334-701-9099. College Policy 5.160 Pur-
- -- -H l MaMaroonr andTirji" .:, -ij- .. -l LX College Policy 5.160 Pur-
mi.rGoo en e o, '..3, LF14169 cIasing.
M .- 630e Green, Minivan. 49k chasing.
emi. Goosenec all ri i l ' i es, Loaded, new Readership, Noticeof Meeting
condition. E$2,x C :ii rr 1 En,' .-rorr. IT T:. LT GM Iu,.O 105T .irCre. '88 cargo van 109K tires very clean, Great Gets TOYOTA 3 Sienna Van Purpose, Effect, and
334-69392condition. $20.e4 4. I r..r r r.,r m.It dn dSLtriu r., m. exc. cond. new cond.$9,800,791-9484. RESULTS!!! Silver 86K Great condi- The Jackson County Board Summary: This new poli-
334-693-9220. ..On r .unrr r ir-e, $2,500. 334-774- Calithe tion Loaded, Very of County Commissioners cy has been established
r. rr91. Classified clean, DVD w / remote will hold a Budget Work- trough Florida Statues

$14 334-4 30- 0065 $.90-0 334-69 C,.0119 A icefMetig Amrians with Disabilities held Setember 1 2008tue
S $14,500. 0eave oyota'O 4 Runner4CLASSIFIEDS Asking $9,800 neg shop Wednesday, J Aly 23, 287.017.
S Chevrolet '99 Tahoe ee message m White, SUV. .We're Working ForYou!!, Pontiac '01 Montana, 334-677-3634 2008 at 8:30 am, in the
Ifactory warranty 35 .' 141K,0Loaded, rear alr3 4.500 L334299 Street, M arO nn, FL, 32448,

S i CAME-RA, LEATHER, 3 $5500 OB, Call (334) Silver, exc. cond.67K quality by Mark III, Ike 7pass, V6, AT, AC, Rear miles, new tires, leath- eia accoEconomimodation t I t
inch tires, with 20 inch moon roof, 33 3346187101 M. nn Street, Marianna,
rms, leather, loaded leather int. i r l f requested within four-
$6334-600 00. MUST SELL! Like FMnew. $L 8,000.. In accordance with tihe teen (14) days of this no-
72 wdSay P $ 0 ( 3 2 Act, persons needing a spe- A copy of this policy may
nGMC 075500 Doise tilt, air, 11 cial accommodation to par- be obtained by writing
ft. Western Haule Bed Dod '01 Grand Cr t 6 P tticipate in this meeting the President's Office,
ow/ r Rhin Goeneck HU- Jep I4GranPM th Jcko Cu-
w/ Rhino. Gooseneck Humrr, '07 H. 6.. .S. rad Va n A Ford '86 E-150 8 passen- ty Board of County Com- should contact the Admi- Chipola College, 3094 In-
30K 5th Wheel 20K mi., Red. 6206 n le P e ,E.1 cyl. 2 WD 120.000 ger club wagon. White, missioners will hold its reg- nistrator's assistant no lat- dian Circle, Marianna,
~no trades,~$47K, CallBla.ii d P-vr A urto B-cyl Power ular meeting at 6 PM in the er than 5 days prior to the Florida32446.
(302)545-1158 rome Brun Guar. brae i, P o ,E r l 1 b rakes, Power steering oa R meeting. The Administra
GMC '0 ed ra h CD a C A FM A/C rebut eng e, Pontac '05MontanaSV6 so Street, Marianna, F or- t's assistant may be con-
GMC 07 250 Duramax 4x4, Call1 5-4 63n r r un. aell, l r runs well 'Fair cond. Dark Blue Van. Auto. 6 d tacted at 2864 Madison
Crek a B ;nt 2r00 ,l $6. $ o Ca. 31,000,'Loaded-, Street, Marianna, FL, 32448,

oaded!ty $3,00..CallC V R 01 1eep 5-99 Wragler S ,4-, g o ^ Call 334-
334-4-Loaded 30000. C1 HV,0 4 Ci .049, 69 51Power r ak s PowerIn accordance with te (850) 482-9633, or (800)

7182500 2 791-9595. 334-687-31714 6 62 1 J contact the Admi-

Diesel 4 in lift. Alumi L loaded, l 4WDr, 90K i ei 8 n30. Call T14.
AC, 5 mAuto, AM/FMl C D W 1r3 ,s 32 e24W ,,,o rC a C o e .-.

r $5500 O 850762-9333A C 345 C

N '00a E T clean.5 $16. L10.:
9Extended Cab, -Cr1. i -Al li neS. $ e Bag
condition iA unea new ac A C Installation *ial a Cer ing e C
$8000. 334-791-:30 8 ie $500 ,Call4 (334 ) Si12


28oi, ex coo.d iiiS an iEEP d ii Gr-0219 *FiRrsBul8,RCONSTRUCTIO i. s r I ,
255miles, fully loaded, P DS C e, A/. AseM mi Wran ler 4 L e L atlth o
navigation, rear view sunroof, $6500ailblazer, 334- runs weat, w

cond., $31K 7864 %44 aec . RE-MODELING-
truck silver, b diner lode, ball wt e, Se icen e 01- Grnd Crf -g

Toal S mer s P',T Pre- $9,9es, r34 c2l RWhn .eul . *P yMo.
cd, spd manual4-y new tirebes, very clean ko
pwrpk, lots o/f extras' 3 -$5,900 8 40 5 I3 9,8 e rn,nr ,: ,. .
90P0r77-32 inrii I i'r.i. S i; i - , 9068 or 477 '.-
46K3mi $9,000; 850-594- .iJiii :'; on c On H e t I

GM22'00 Si r 334.ced .* POLEf 'ACNS Gro p L ess ur e
Et ended1, Cab. E r, rE.A dn

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2 8 k mi., excI. J. Ail iE "OIOnK V ickerye d
( d7 9 r n y $ 1-0)' 9 1 W r a n g e.4 3Ei. "k e e $ 4H m0 a l l 4 -
Ni y an b0aF4 56 LE Nin- 0400 spra de New-H4Wmesk, BRtieofYciaoetsio nes ,n IaS ICE
mies flygd load d 'nDA C A / L 5rlC..,'e., ,h bug A 'ionic.Aded igovnt-Pond Construction '
1ciga5n mcaii 4eai7 i w s sunroof I 3 .r S re s orrna. Ptidn Pick-up Available Csrmercial porr,,.
Lo ad e ,$ k 7 w n o C h e v y 201 la ze r x LT 1 1 6 K 1 ,tn_ __u',_lrL A N T I N
Toyota334-794-8295. beforeTacoma 4X4 heated seats, TV 931, 855ep '06 Wrnger .FreeEstimates P Clubs General Repairs m i lcED nON 8 rUE
10am or Ilrv. mess. 334 ALL powe new tires,v ce sand AC PS, db IlimHn282811490r *re L Raes Frene

2 kt s o AC,,0 g ,,, und34od w i ,,& 4Er*Insured 264 St"aleS- C OR*eCi0 rRd -"o "NuT0,111 i _
S648-0780.fact. w t. y $12,500 special wheels & trs OSA Es tm t
6y 970a 0 8-3 0-91 8- 3608442 lots of optioi3 e1 I O o tons. esI N edO al lO. BT ie.t SMA L*Cpo-R aiRaExriee ina.

Buick 07 RainierC 1 one 34-797-457e 6 Tiho ,50 22-36f-i2 S EO (850)482-1050 WELCOME L .WnI Service Mai S n ini AaI M
good condition bedi .Foraded 04 Explorer V e.8 34K S riler, Spore, 4un (8 :50)I 209 a8st Samrrdh Da
r & Stonol box. 3 7 w/ T. New tires. 2nd i ter Six, 4 W inew loth 2900 orenStEm: 5 8 o W t
2 61 386 7 3 owner, Exc mCo nd., t 3x,5 0 t M0
N g--'' -',',; T5 : II, LE %_ B '880Vi9-37 M astercrdG$6scov
$1900. (3M/4) 7939193 9493 All Hosekeeping 16Tande G $1,200

w16 $, 00 ca, ,,, 0Al334- C64,,, ..j Scl .S.liati0 Te em lShr /
Chevrolet 02 Tao Chevy '00 TahoeIS U 0 R LT 4x 3 344i9y 380no -Rat Available i
White Auto. $8-cy, m.Z, B uo w/te, athr. R or in son22.400) Cally 334a y0 Fe Esm a t e. i.s i e Iuigwr

8's2igt( nwh^ 9^ u aro $,950 OB 93 2 Cl ayt *Pond Digging :*a S F P tBS Vickery B"For*o.
gGIo US A$0 m,900801-RINGrSELL,.. coNHeati ON ool.iceST U ON L n Your LadCe arRngIel PAitSng
O 7Slabs sice 1977 !e. AImvF S'ng l Mariannal

a l to ay to place I Ai B ed d In Repair an SRe-roof. lStorage
Toyota '00 Tacoma Pro-C M '6T o TClimateLControardeds
runner ext. cab, brushpe s.allon *4Fte and 8Ftgr.
tiores, great shape. 121K Load. 45i.87hie L e RESIDENT.AL -Recagrit4 Clearing LadU nd Cdeang Inc. TrimmIng 24 HrAccess

urd, tool box n -w al N t' r 2 i t i W Lc w Maintenance Repair we/eta o 5 8 M te .ieCve l. -.
. 334-671-3635r n thop 3dr1x1.0Ri EeLTn ruelnat r ei , ,
R;3 runner, single cab50"i3 /4'M5 /' l !| 6-cyl.5 4 WD. 1l N C I E I 2 M t E
chrome wheels&s $18500Cal th 3 4 -099 miles, Power I PA, .
boards, K&N1air I L 7 b rakes, Power steer-ush

h u arp. $s,0 0xc cniin.i79 SELLd.. ,6"-,In,,L,,
pre136o05-90708 as Land-Rover ae Si All3 VINYL SIDING PlatteBC 0ta
T ,"- '9"9 Range Makes & Modelsrseoo'CheckF'o"
g r to b piorer Vl 8 leather, sun- loaded, 95K ic$A,900 HARDEENBOARDL A s id eIs oBfdg" -H rO ccess
- lue & tan 89k mi, Cell(334) 797-0768 -4 Affl. leathBulr.gHome
towi lg p lkg. Redce NOEW Binh!ng /oHomeInspection.I.. Iied ida r Only
$ 8 9 0 0 2 W'O29- 2 5 4-9 7 7 4 v y o l29 2 5 4 9 7 7 4P aytD o n t h -O e t
Bauer 128K ml. 3rd Iw 6c 4W fl &ch.i neAsaeslosdd A ail or A reBDC,!
TOYOTA '06 TACOMA seat, $4,300 632- 1100.00:es PFL..61111T ONi2Ai la di ngd Blonked, LeFer ed-U
boa r K r a n- brakeCaputo,sePowerver@telered-nriePdl
er icering. C to. ang, CD A NAC I Certified 850 762 9402ADDclude,..nThe
AM 'F 1. : .) rSA.f-,., $2.....0_.,, .......I
wnuel cover ,85 dual0 Bl L Tan5, lowi cagk i 8cti l g5 5 55 (Cell) ,lo r of... i,
$00'' es & warranty, $26,500, J WHITE
Calls 10ff0334-701 8303 LUMiNeM INN.LSADIN A
,31 ., II_ Land, -RoluminumRageoodearn odelsBestway
$5999A34;1:1, 2935 Screen Enclosures P l i Ul iesH eAP rta dBuildin gs.r
F 8 900, .9254-974 Pools, Porches, Patios, R

rnanCdoanNissan 04Pathfinder,&Bathroomof orH me"rui g nJackson Couny That
cond. Call33447511785. $13,750,oExcel.eCond Remodels.T Lo&d Carventnoy/Pas$ng Tailored For You!
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