Jackson County Floridan

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Jackson County Floridan
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Jackson County Floridan
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Marianna, Fla
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Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
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County rejects,

city's request

for more funding

With tight budgets ahead, both
Jackson County, administration and
the City of Marianna are looking
closely at the money they spend, as
well as opportunities for more fund-
The Board of County
Commissioners and Marianna City
Commission are currently negotiat-
ing its interlocal agreement for fire
and emergency medical services
On Thursday, the BOCC rejected
the city's request for the county to
pay a $40,000 increase in the con-
The interlocal agreement consists
of the county contracting the city to
provide fire and EMS services up to
five miles outside of the city limits.
Areas covered under the agreement
include .Indian Springs and Country
Club Hills.
The current contract is stated to
expire on Oct. 1..
"The agreement has been for
$10,000, for a number of years. Last
year, they requested $20,000 and we
agreed. Now they're requesting
$60,000, and I guess it's just too
much," said Ted Lakey, county
City manager Jim Dean said that,
as of Friday, the city hadn't received

An interlocal fire coverage agreement between the county and the City of
Marianna is up for discussion. The interlocal contract, which expires
October 1, consist of the Marianna Fire 'Department providing fire pro-
tection and EMS services to areas five miles outside of the city's limits,
including Indian Springs. Mark Skinner / Floridan

official word of the rejected proposal, what services were provided and we
and he could not comment on behalf basically asked the county, in consid-
of the city commissioners. / ering that amount of service, for
Dean said the negotiations are typ- additional funds' above and beyond
'ical at this time of year, when most what we have asked in the past," said
municipalities are in the budgeting Dean.
*process. Dean said that the $60,000 would-
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County computer systems may be in line for overdue upgrades


Jackson County's information technology
guru is preparing to bring the local govern-
ment's computer and communication systems
up to speed with massive upgrades.
The needs are fairly extensive, as he
explained to Jackson County Commissioners at
one of two budget workshops held last week.
For instance, employees need to be able to
share files. .
. Currently, they're not able to share them out-
side their own department, and sometimes not
even within their department.
As an example, employees who are working
on a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet that requires
each department to enter data have a:frustrating
problem; they can't put the spreadsheet .in a
shared location so all can work on it.
The solution is to establish the infrastructure
that will allow them to share. A new server
would allow them to set up the domain they
need to share the files.
The county also needs a locally-hosted e-

mail system, ideally in its administration build-
'ing. ,
Currently, the e-mail is hosted in California
This is problematic because of the distances e-
mails have to travel from the local PCs to
California and back. The files can get dropped
gping across so many networks and, if they do,
they're gone forever, as if the network deleted
them before they reached the server.
Some divisions, like the building and com-
munity development departments, who deal
with large maps and other specialized items
need their own special software for the permit-
ting and planning process.
Currently, their software is inadequate for
their needs, Peterson said. There are problems
accessing the data with the existing system,
causing extra work inputting and updating
All 135 computers need to be on a central-
ized network so that Peterson can control,
repair and manage them remotely, from one
location, rather than trudging from building to
building, as he does nowi
He also needs new tools to do his work; right

now, about all he has to work with is a screk -
driver,.or borrowed tools from the maintenance
Many county servers don't have commercial
battery back-ups whidh provide a continuous
power supply, thereby preventing data loss that
can result from a power outage. That will need
to be remedied.
The county's servers need new operating sys-
tems so that the servers can be managed in a
way that saves space and money.
The county employees need to get on the
same kinds of commercial-grade. PCs, with
hardware that can not only handle the software
currently used, but can also handle upgrades
that Peterson plans to implement. Some of the
county's current machines are personal-grade
PCs, plucked off the shelves of department
Operating systems on employee terminals
are aging, as well, and not always upgraded in
a timely fashion, so that they don't work well
with updated software.
See UPGRADES, Page 7A 0>

Jackson County Information Technology
Manager Travis Peterson works on a comput-
er Friday. Mark Skinner / Floridan



A truck reported stolen more
than a week ago from the
Campbellton area has been found
near Marianna.
'According to a pres release
from the Jackson County Sheriff's
Office, the white 1989 Chevrolet
S-10 truck was stolen from the
residence of Campbellton man
Marcus Eugene Roberson on July
On Friday, July 18, JCS.O
deputy Sgt. Quinton Hollis ran a
check on a suspicious vehicle
found abandoned on Colonial
Road just outside Marianna and
discovered that it was the one
reported stolen from Roberson.
An investigation into the case is

Wheeler Shouppe 'takes his

place among the angels'

The community mourns the loss of
a beloved young man today, as Jeffrey
"Wheeler" Shouppe, 13, of
Kynesville is laid to rest.
Shouppe "passed away peacefully"
at his home on Friday, according -to
his obituary. He had been battling
leukemia for several years.
He is the only child to Jeff and
Sondra Shouppe.
Funeral services are scheduled for
2 p.m. today, at Eastside Baptist
Shouppe was known by many in
Jackson County for his big smile and
mature outlook.
"... Wheeler lived every moment of
his life to the fullest. He loved being
outdoors, whether it be soaring
through the sky in a plane, splashing
around the Chipola River, or playing
with his uncle Bud's "toys," he was

happiest outside.
His "best friend"
and great source of
comfort was his
dog, Dolly," reads,
part of his obituary.
The Shouppes
discovered their
son had T-Cell
J. "Wheeler" ALL Leukemia in
Shouppe 2003, when he was
8 years old.
"I had pain in my chest and I got
scared, so about noon I said I had to
go to the hospital or to the emergency
room," he told the Jackson County
Floridan in a 2005 interview.
Shouppe was quickly transferred
from Jackson Hospital to
Tallahassee, then to Shands
Children' Hospital in Gainesville,
where doctors found a large tumor in
his lung.
A student at Dayspring Christian

Academy and member of Eastside
Baptist Church, Shouppe would often
accompany his nurses on. their
rounds, visiting other patients at
Shands. When someone else. in
between treatments looked lonely,
he'd reach out to play with them,
according to his father in a pre\ Ious
Funeral services will be held
Sunday,'July 20, at 2 p.m., at Eastside.
Baptist Church with the Reverend
James Lamb and Dr. Steve Canada
Private graveside services will be
held immediately following the serv-
"Wheeler's life was one of courage;
he inspired all that knew him. He
fought the hard fight, never giving up
or giving in. He now takes his place
among the angels," according to his
For the full obituary, see page A7.


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SCV resets headstone.

of Confederate soldier
The local Sons of Confederate Veterans chapter has found at last the
old Robinson Family Cemetery, where some Confederate veterans are
After months of search-
ing in the wrong location,

Cemetery, it contains the
graves, of Walter Jacob
Robinson and John
This week, they went to
Widgeon's grave, a calvary
company soldier who
served in the Civil War,
and put his displaced head-
stone right.
According to Ashley
Pollette, historian, for the
Theophilus West M.D.
Camp #1346 chapter, Ashley Pollette and Robert Daffin make
Widgeon's granitehead-some final adjustments to thenewly
from its plae b tree roots. restored headstone of a Confederate vet-
On Monday, members of eran. Mark Skinner / Floridan' .:
the chapter re-set it a cou-
ple of inches away to get it off the root sy stem, and are prepared ito
move it again if it is displaced again. They're, also trNing to find the.
o% ner of the cemetery to see if the individual rnma be willing to cut
down the cedar tree to do away with the problem altogether.
According to chapter records, WiNdgeon %as Isisted as a pri\ ate in the
Mairianna Dragooris infantry company in March 1862, and died of dis-
ease later that year.
Pollette said Monday's task x as part of a larger mission
"The main function is to find the confederate gra'e sites and mark
them or repair them if they're already marked with stones but need
work," Pollette said of the organization's Graves and Tombs
Restoration Committee. .ea...r and.1e.:
In 2007, the group worked in Riverside Cemetery to repair and set
more than 10 headstones in Riverside Cemeteiy, and conunue their
work as'they learn of more unmarked soldiers gr.Yes or those which
need care.
To learn more about the project, the organization ox to communicate
...ih the membrslg..u n '.'it tg,. cQu1e.; 'wre .



A bird stops to survey the land-
scape around Highway 90
Thursday. Mark Skinner /



2A" Sunday, July 20, 2008 Jackson County Floridan

Weather Outlook

l1 Wl .1I' K It will be hot as high pres-
TodayU sure remains. A 'ver slight
chance of a shoiner. -
Jessica Foster / WMBB

S High 970

c:l Low 73'

-Tolmorrow It will be another hot
morr day! Conditions will
High 970 remain dry on
0 Monday.
Low 74

Tuesday e will see a few
clouds on Tuesday.
High 930 An aftemoon shower
High 9 is possible.
Low 72'

SWednesday It will be a cloudy
-V day with chance of
High 92P0 showers and thunder-
High 92 storms. The best
Low 720 chance for rain will
be in the afternoon.

Thursday Cloudy conditions
S h 9 will continue. An
High 910 afternoon storm is
S^1 possible.
Low 710


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9:20 PM
7:59 AM

July July
18 25

The Marianna Police
Department listed the follow-
ing incidents for July
18, the latest available
report: One traffic .
accident, one reckless 'L-
driver, one suspicious CRI
vehicle, one suspicious 4 -
person, one mentally
ill person, one burglary, five
disturbances, two larceny
complaints, one trespassing
complaint, one noise com-
plaint, two animal complaints,
one assist -of another agency,
five public service calls, one
* patrol request, and seven traf-
fic stops.

The Jackson / County
Sheriff's Office listed the fol-
lowing incidents for July 18,
the latest available report;
Two abandoned vehicles,
three alarms, three animal
'complaints, two 'assists' of
other agencies, 'two child
abuse complaints, three civil
disputes, .one dead person,
four disturbances, 'one drug
investigation, initiated, one
road obstruction, one larceny
complaint, two noise com-
plaints. one escort, threepub-
lic service calls, one report of
shooting in the area, six suspi-
cious incidents, two threats,
two traffic accidents, 13 traffic
stops, one trespassing com-
plaint, four unsecured build-
ings discovered, two viola-

tions of injunction, one war-
rant served, three reckless
drivers, and one 911 hang-up.

I ME The following per-
sons were booked into
the county jail during
the latest available reporting
Justin Brittin, 21" 13
Cherry Laurel Court (Apt.
203), Winter Springs, viola-
tion of state probation (driving.
while license
Kenneth Baker, 37, 4983
Moore Pond Road,
Tallahassee, hold for Keeton.
Christopher Grinder, 25,
4115 Wood St., Panama City,
possession of meth.
James Demetriades, 19,
3233 First St., Cottondale,
child abuse, failure to appear
(retail theft).
Jason Smallwood, 29,
P.O. Box 998, Pascagula,
Miss., fugitive from justice.
Phillip Guynup, 21, 1082
Sanders: Lane, Graceville,
possession of marijuana less
than 20 grams, grand theft,
burglary of a structure.


To report a crime, call
CrimeStoppers at 526-5000.
To report a wildlife viola-
tion, call 1-888-404-FWCC


July 21 Monday
The Jackson County Public Library's
'Summer Reading Program continues to
make its way around "The Whole Wide
World," reading to Africa July 21-24. For
location, age and schedule details, and to
reserve a space, call the library at 482-
The Alford Community Organization,
a non-profit organization, meets the third
4 Monday of each month, at 6 p.m., at the
Alford Community Center, located at the
Ball Park on Park Avenue, New members
welcome. Call 579-4482, 579-4871, 579-
4310 or 579-0199.
Alcoholics Anonymous has an open
meeting each Monday, from 8 to 9 p.m., at
the First United Methodist Church, 2901
Caledonia St., Marianna. Use rear church
The Jackson Hospital Finance
Committee's finance meeting is at 5:30
p.m., in the Community Room of the-
Hudnall Building .
The Malone Joy Club meets at 6 p.m.,
for the regular covered dish. Steve Benton,
candidate for Superintendent of Schools,
will be the guest speaker.

July 22 Thesday
Covenant Hospice's volunteer work-
shop is from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m., at the
Simbo's Family Restaurant, 2005 S.
Waukesha St., Bonifay. The workshop is
free; dinner will be provided. To register,
call Donna Meldon at 482-8520.
Alcoholics Anonymous has an open
meeting each Tuesday, from 8 to 9 p.m., at
the First United Methodist Church, 2901.
Caledonia St., Marianna. Use rear church

July 23 Wednesday
Elder.Care Services will be giving out
USDA and the Brown Bag at 4297 Liddon
St. Malone will also give out USDA. Call
Merita Stanley at 482-3220.
The Jackson Hospital Board of
Trustees' board meeting is at 5:30 p.m., in
the Community Room of the Hudnall
Alcoholics Anonymous has an open
meeting each Wednesday, noon to 1 p.m.,
at the First United Methodist Church, 2901

Caledonia St., Marianna. Use rear church
* entrance.

July 24 Thursday
The Community Advisory Council,
sponsored by the Panhandle Area Health
Network, Inc., meets at 11:30 a.m., at the
Pizza Hut, 2185 Post Oak Lane, Marianna,
near 1-10 and Highway 71 North. Those
interested in rural health issues facing
Calhoun, Holmes, Jackson, Liberty and
Washington counties are welcome. Lunch
is Dutch treat. Call 482-9088.
Alcoholics Anonymous meets each
Thursday for a "closed discussion," 8 to 9
p.m., at the First United Methodist Church,
2901 Caledonia St., Marianna. Use rear
church entrance. Attendance is limited to
persons with a desire to stop drinking.
The Scott Harrell Benefit Golf
Tournament tee off is at 1 p.m., at Indian
Spring Golf Course. The four-man scram-
ble costs $60 per person. Payoffs for first,
second and third. Mulligans are $5.
Longest drive competition; closest to the
pin; door prizes. Lunch is served at 12:30
Office hours with Congressman Allen.
Boyd's staff will be from 9:30 to 11:30
a.m., in the County Commission board-
room, across the street from the County
Courthouse in Marianna; and from 1 to
2:30 p.m., in the Graceville City Hall
Commission Room,.Graceville.
The 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
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 526-4403.

July 26 Saturday
St. Joseph Lodge No. 99, E&A.M.,
P.H.A. presents the Sixth Annual Free Car

Wash for Seniors (65 and older), from 8
a.m. to 12 p.m., at Advance Auto Parts,
4720 Highway 90 East, Marianna.
The National MS Society presents
"The Future of MS Research," from 10
a.m. to 12 p.m., at Jackson Hospital,
ground floor classroom. Register by July
11 by calling the MS Society at 1-800-344-
4867 or James Poston at 526-5873. Box
lunch provided.
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.
18th Annual Andrew and Rebecca
Cobb Worley Reunion starts at 9 a.m., in
the Bonifay Ag Center on Highway 90.
Bring a well-filled food basket and family
photos; stay for the entertainment. Call
D.B. Worley at 547-9282 or Teresa Bush at
263-4744 (day) or 263-3072 (night).

July 28 Monday
The Jackson County Public Library's
Summer Reading Program continues to
make its way around "The Whole Wide
World," reading to South America July 28-
31. For location, age and schedule details,
. and to reserve a space, call the library at
Alcoholics Anonymous has an open
meeting each Monday, from 8 to 9 p.m., at
the First United Methodist'Church, 2901
Caledonia St., Marianna. Use rear church
On Aug. 12, the Jackson County
Building Department and the Tri-County
Builders Association will present Simpson
Strong Tie (seven CEU hours) from 7 a.m.
to 5 p.m., at Citizens Lodge, 4574 Lodge
Dr., Marianna. Structural connectors, hurri-
cane straps and more will be on the agenda.
No fee. Limited seating. R.S.V.P. by July
28; call 482-9901.
The Parkinson's Support Group meets
-from 12 to 1 p.m., in the Education
Classroom, ground floor, Jackson Hospital,
4250 Hospital Dr., Marianna. Lunch pro-
vided; no cost to attend. The program kicks
off a DVD series on Parkinson's. Open to
anyone who has Parkinson's disease and
their caregiver.


Telephone: (850) 526-3614 Fax: (850) 482-4478
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 520
Marianna, FL 32447-0520
Street Address: 4403 Constitution Lane
Marianna, FL 32447
Office Hours: Weekdays,.8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
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months, $32.83; six months $62.05; one year, $123.45. All
prices include applicable state and local taxes. Mail sub-
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$46.12, six months, $92.24, one year, $184.47.

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

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Tuesday through Friday and Sunday mornings. Periodical
postage paid at Marianna, Fla.
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in the newspaper is accurate and factual. When the Floridan
learns that it- has made an error, it is our policy to correct the
mistake promptly. To report an error, please call the news-
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Burglar fatally shot
by St..Pete resident
Police say a St. Petersburg res-
ident surprised a burglar in his
house then fatally shot the
intruder with his own gun.
The resident walked in the
back door of the house Friday
afternoon and was confronted
by the masked and armed bur-
glar. The two struggled and the
burglar dropped his gun. The
resident picked it up and killed
the intruder. Police have not yet
identified either person.
Boy dies after being
left in hot car
Authorities say a 4-year-old
whose mother left him in a hot
car in West Palm Beach has
died. The Palm Beach County
Sheriff's Office says the 29-
year-old mother may not have
known the boy was in the car.
She dropped off children at a
relative's house before going
to a nail salon Saturday.
It's not yet know how long
the boy was left in the car.
Someone made a 911 call
later in the day to report the
boy was not breathing. He was
taken to Palms West Hospital,
where he was pronounced
dead. The victim's name is not
yet known.
'Man arrested for
smoking pot in ice
cream truck
Authorities say they busted a
Hernando County man for
smoking pot inside an ice
cream truck.
Gregory Westberry of
Spring was arrested Thursday
with marijuana possession and
possession of drug parapher-
nalia. There no longer is
record of him at the Hernando
County Jail, where he was
taken after his arrest. And
there is no number listed for a
Gregory Westberry in Spring
Hill. The 34-year-old's arrest

report says his speech was
slurred and his pupils were
.dilated when deputies found
him. Westberry later admitted
to smoking pot and drinking
several beers in the truck.
Inside deputies found less than
a gram of marijuana in a clear
plastic bag and a smoking pipe
in his pockets.
Three to serve time
for killing goose
men will spend a year behind
bars for killing a goose in
South Florida while a 17-year-
old will serve his time under
house arrest. Twenty-year-old
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old Anthony Kamey and a 17-
year-old were sentenced
Friday. The judge required
that they earn high school
diplomas during their time,
perform community service
working with animals and
undergo psychiatric evalua-
tions. The goose, Lily, was
killed in December.
Authorities say the three
defendants chased the goose
around a Lake Worth yard and
took turns swinging an alu-
minum bat at her.
Noose delivered to
commissioner's office
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Authorities aren't releasing.
details about the anonymous
package, but police are inves-
tigating it as a threat. The rope
was delivered to Daisy
Lynum's City Hall office
Friday. The package had no
return address. Lynum didt not
immediately return a phone
message left at her office or an
e-mail. She tells the Orlando

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ty." She received a complaint
from a resident, about a 1930s
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ri't cover the expenses of the entire department, but that it would
mitigate those incurred in the interlocal agreement.
He said the reason for the increase in needed funds is evident
in most people's personal budgets.
"The cost of electricity is almost doubled and the cost of fuel
is, significantly more than last year, as well as other costs," said
In a letter presented to the county, the city listed services
included in the agreement. The following statement is part of
that letter:
"'In addition tp fire and EMS provided by the City of
Marianna, the fire department provides two full-time staffed fire
departments and certified emergency medical technicians; free
air refills of SCBA breathing systems to all county volunteer fire
departments as well as Jackson County Fire Rescue. The City of
Marianna also provides a 55-foot aerial apparatus to any rescue
or fire station by request of the county. The City of Marianna
Fire Rescue also provides vehicle extrication along Interstate
"Count3 residents are enjoying the 'benefits that 'are made
available to them by the interlocal agreement and we're trying to
transfer some of the expense that the city has back to the coun-
ty," said Dean.
Dean could not say whether there was a chance of the agree-
ment being dropped once it expires.
"Hopefully, before that happened, we would sit down and dis-
cuss all the issues and what their concerns are," said Lakey.

Upgrades ,CContinued From Page 1A
Peterson said that while some of the work can be done over
time, in order to get started, he will need funds for two or three
major components.
"I need to establish the infrastructure, which includes the
servers needed to control the network and the e-mail system,"
Peterson said. "We can do some other things over time, but this
would get us started. We 11 be trying to do a little bit at a time,
moving people to the same versions of things, having the things
they need on their computers, and trying to standardize systems
that everybody would be familiar with.
And, Peterson said, there are many county ,employees whose
considerable computer skills are going to waste because they
don t have the equipment they need to carry out all the things
they re capable of doing. The upgrade will let the 'county take
better advantage of their human resources.
Commissioners, made no initial decisions on his proposals,
which had been budgeted out over several departments. They
asked him to present his ideas again for review as a single budg-
et item.
Peterson comes to this task with some years of training in the
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He served seven years in the Air Force as an aircraft electri-
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tems. After his stint in the military, he obtained a bachelor s
degree from Troy State University in the field of computer infor-
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Jeffrey Cade "Wheeler" Shouppe
Jeffrey Cade '"Wheeler"
Shouppe, 13, passed away
peacefully, at his home, on
Friday, July 18, 2008, sur-
rounded by the love of his
A student at Dayspring
Christian Academy and mem-
ber of Eastside Baptist
Church, Wheeler lived every
moment of his life to the
fullest. He loved being out-
doors. Whether it be soaring
through the sky in a plane,
splashing around the Chipola
River, or playing with his
uncle Bud's "toys," Wheeler
was happiest outside. His
"best friend" and great source
of comfort was his dog, Dolly.
He is preceded in death by
his paternal grandfather, Louie
Wheeler is survived by his
parents, Jeff and- Sondra
Shouppe, whom he loved
more than anything on Earth.
He is also survived by his
maternal grandparents, Larry
and Carolyn Baggett; and
paternal grandmother, Melba
Shouppe. Aunts include:
Paige Vanderwerf and hus-
band, Marty; Sarah Maddox
and husband, Shannon; Jackie
Burlison and husband, Gerald;
Cathy Williams and husband,
Richard; and Wanda Bass and
husband, Lamar. Uncles
include: Adam "Bud" Baggett
and wife, Jana; Eddie
Shouppe and wife, Debbie;
and Bill Shouppe and wife,
Sue. Wheeler is also survived
by 23 cousins, each of which
were special to him.
Visitation services were
held Saturday, July 19, at
James and Sikes Funeral
Home Maddox Chapel.
The funeral service will be
at 2 p.m., Sunday, July 20, at
Eastside Baptist Church, with
the Rev. James Lamb and Dr.
Steve Canada officiating. A
private graveside service will
immediately follow the funer-
al service.
The family requests that
memorials be made to
Covenant Hospice 4440
Lafayette St., Suite C,
Marianna, FL, 32446, or
Gideons International, P.O.
Box 293, Marianna, FL,
Wheeler's life was one of
courage; he inspired all that
knew him. He fought the hard
fight, never giving up or giv-
ing in. He now takes his place
among the angels.


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Horse riding is therapy for stroke victim

With a sling on one arm, Carol
Lynn Whitman carefully walks up
the steps and approaches Blaze.
Her son, Dustin, holds the horse's
reins while husband Mike Whitman
and Southern Cross Ranch trainer
Chuck Jones help her balance. Blaze,
a blond quarter horse, stands between
two sets of mobile home steps as
Whitman gets situated in the saddle.
Four or five steps are all that stood
between the horse and rider. A short,
distance, but such a long way for
Carol Lynn, who grabs the reins and
gives Blaze the command to go.
More than two years have passed
since:Carol Lynn suffered a mnassi'e
stroke on Jan. 16, 2006. She under-
went surgery at Southeast Alabama

Medical Center to stop the bleeding
in her brain.
"I prepared myself for my wife to
die," Mike Whitman said.
Instead, the stroke left her right
side paralyzed. She spent two-and-a-
half months in hospitals and rehabil-
itation centers from Dothan, Ala. to
Birmingham, Ala. When she finally
went home, doctors gave little hope
for a meaningful recovery.
Carol Lynn relied on a wheelchair
to get around of a walker. She spent
most of her time in the den of the
Whitman's Ozark home, staring out
of a set of sliding glass doors into the
family's back yard..
"She got to the point where all she
\\ anted to do was sit in a recliner,"
Mike said. "She was backsliding ... I
done a whole lot of praying on how
to get her out of this."
Having grown, up riding horses,

Mike decided to give his wife some-
thing to look at from the family's den
in hopes of spurring her recovery. He
built an enclosure, and a friend
loaned him a quarter horse. Carol
Lynn began watching the horse.
Within three, weeks, she got out of
the recliner, balanced on her walker
and crossed the yard with a back
pocket full of carrots.
Carol Lynn had never been on a
horse in her life.
Mike kept his friend's horse for six
months, and Carol Lynn spent her
days feeding it carrots. Mike decided
to buy a quarter horse and later a
Tennessee walking horse. The family
began to go to rodeos. Then, Mike
decided it was time to get Carol Lynn
on a horse.
He sought a safe place for her to
ride where trained people could help
her. At first he looked into hippother-

apy, a practice where a licensed ther-
apist uses a horse as a tool in therapy.
But the only place around -
Sumlar Therapy Services in Ozark -
only serves children.
At the time, Mike couldn't find a
therapeutic riding center in the area.
Kristin Sumlar, a physical therapist
and executive director of Sumlar
Therapy Services, referred the
Whitmans to Southern Cross Ranch
near Headland.
Southern Cross Ranch is not an
accredited center for therapeutic rid-
ing, although trainer and co-owner
Chuck Jones said the ranch is look-
ing into getting accreditation.
There's no hippotherapy done
there, and there are no therapists on
staff. But it gave Carol Lynn that safe
place Mike wanted. She's been com-
ing once a week for the last year to

She still has trouble with her right
side and wears the sling to keep her
right arm from hanging. It still takes
her time to verbalize her thoughts.
But she's riding.
"I've seen big improvements,"
Carol Lynn said. "At first, I couldn't
sit up. Now I can."
She's all over the house now,
according to Mike, and she has no
fear when she gets in a saddle.
Mike's a nervous wreck.
"I just ride and ride until I get tired
of riding," Carol Lynn said. "I like
having the horse because, well, hors-
es are pretty animals. It helps me
with balance, and it strengthens my
She doesn't think about the initial
prognosis from doctors .who thought
she would never regain her mobility.
"I proved them wrong," she said.

Eric Ford plays his guitar. Mark Skinner/ Floridan

Making music in Marianna

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Eric Ford, of Miami, was making music in
Marianna's downtown gazebo Frida\.
Ford, who's been traveling the state on a bicycle, is
in, town visiting his mother. Barbara Ford of
"I'Tm visiting my mom partly because she's one of

the few who appreciatesmy cooking," said Ford.
He said he began his bicycle journey in the Florida
"Being on this trip has opened my brain up in a way
it doesn't get opened when I'm always around peo-
ple," said Ford. ,
Ford said he likes Marianna, but wishes there was a
place in'town where people could gather to play and
enjoy live'music.

A fresh way to

look at a dead plant

Earlier this year I got a few baskets
of lantana plants to hang on my front
They were doing well for a while,
but one of the plants soon dried up
and turned brown.
I'm not the greatest gardener in the
neighborhood, but growing up my
mom gifted me with some gardening
skills and still I couldn't figure out
how I let the plant die.
I waited about a week to see if the,
plant would make a come-back, but it
didn't, and I decided it was time to
remove the unattractive dead plant
from the view of those passing on the
I climbed onto the wall of the
porch to reach the basket-full of dead
plant, and, being "vertically chal-
lenged,"-could just barely reach the
top edge of the basket.
As I strained on the tips of my toes
and ungracefully stretched to place
my hand onto the planter, a small
bird pecked my hand and flew away.
Startled, I lost my balance and
teetered a, few seconds over the
hedges below.
Once I got my balance back. 'my
brain began to work again and I
thought "Could that bird be %hat
killed my lantana1'"
I inched further down the %all and
propped one foot on the arm of the
porch sw ing.
With the technique of a drunken
gymnast, I raised, myself up on my
toes and peered over the edge of the
flower basket, grasping the chain of
the porch swing in case I lost my
footing., ,
In the basket, there was a big hole,
dug right into the roots of the plant.
Down at the bottom, three featherless
baby birds looked back at me. I think
all four of us ;cre surprised to see
each other.
I jerked back, fearing that m\
human touch would keep the mother
bird from coining back to tend. to her
I fell.
The mother bird began to "chirp
,fiercely, crouched and ready for bat-

Kate McCardell Kern

That's Life

tie on a nearby power line.
While it's wise to listen to one's
own mother. it's often equally wise to
listen' to another's mother; so I
obeyed the mother bird .and left the
Now. there on my front porch, the
dead plant still hangs.
People driving by might see it and
think I don't have pride in where I
live. or that I don't care much. for
nature, or that I have a terribly un-
green thumb.
Ohly those who can see inside the
dead plant know my true intention:
To allow three baby birds to grow
It's, fairly common for people to
see an "ugly dead plant" and think it
something negative. I catch myself
doing that sometimes.
What we all should remind our-
selves is that there might be some-
thing positive inside perhaps,
even, a new beginning.

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has extra claws. Robin is a 3 to 4-month-old female. who was born at the shelter.

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Whiskey is a 4 to 5-month-old male.
Photos by Mark Skinner/ Floridan

Partners for Pets on parade

If you'd like to adopt one of these pets, stop by the
shelter at 4011 Maintenance Dr., in Marianna, or call
482-4570 or visit
At this time we have some vacancies, so please call
the Partners for Pets shelter to see if we would be able
to accept a pet.
The Dog Obedience Training classes will resume
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the sessions begins with basic obedience training,
with more advanced classes available. He is a state
certified trainer of dogs and is an AKC Good Citizen
E..iltor. The $5-per-hour fee goes directly to the
shelter. For more details, call 693-0908 or 482-4570.
Partners for Pets welcomes volunteers. If you have

extra time this summer. are 14 and over, and would
enjoy ocL iali/in0- and helping care for the pets, please
call us. Our shelter hours are Monday through Frida\
10 a.m. to 3 p.m. and Saturday 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

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Service: 'Work done for others'

The other day my mind and
stomach got together and con-
vinced me that I needed an
expensive, quality meal at one
of my favorite restaurants. I
was convinced to throw all
caution to the wind and not
worry about the crazy prices
for gas, or the increase in food
So, I gathered my family
together and headed up the
road anticipating a.great meal.
After we arrived at the restau-
rant and sat down, we were
glumly greeted by an unhappy
looking waiter; who when he
spoke, talked as though he was
mad at the world. At that point
it didn't matter much, because
we just wanted our food as
soon as possible.
Then it was all down hill!
After finally bringing our
food, the waiter pulled a
"Houdini" and disappeared.
We always try to leave an
appropriate tip for the waiter
or waitress after our meals, but
the service was so bad we had
second thoughts.
After making a few excuses
for the waiter's lousy .service
(maybe he was just having a
bad day; or maybe he was hav-
ing family problems), we
reluctantly decided to leave a
tip anyway.
It's not always easy to
respect someone that hasn't
shown respect to you.
Webster's New World
Dictionary defines the word
"service" as; "work done or
duty performed for others".
What is happening to quali-
ty service?
Many of the businesses that
we frequent each day have
employees in highly visible
positions that have not been
trained how to use proper eti-
They (some employees)
seem to have no clue how to
be courteous and respectful to
their customers, while other
employees just don't seem to
What happened to "the cus-
tomer comes first"? A selfish
employee is one who will
probably not be concerned
about your satisfaction.
Thank God for the compa-
nies and businesses that still
takes time to carefully hire
quality people that give us
quality service, and train their
employees to leave their prob-

Thomas Vincent

lems at home while they give
quality service to customers.
When you deal with the
general public (some people
have very serious problems),
you are dealing with people
from all walks of life.
People who give service
should try to be consistent in a
positive way. In the past when
I heard that a family member
or friend was going into "the
service", it was a serious
thing, because everyone knew
that "the service" meant a
branch of The United States
It might seem extreme to go
from service at a restaurant to
service for our country, but
any type of service should
include dedication.
That is one reason we
should all be proud of the
many men and women that
give us the ultimate service of
protecting our country; some
have given their lives.
Maybe employers, after
checking an applicant's quali-
fications, should consider giv-
ing applicants a personality
Bad moods and good serv-
ice don't go together well. If
the men and women of our
military can put their lives on-
the line to serve our country,
any of us, while in our work
environments, should try our
best to show professionalism
and respect to those whom we
give service.
My parents taught me that if
you treat others with the prop-
er respect, you will feel very
good about yourself, no matter
how others may act. It works
for me!

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The Bulzers at their wedding.

Bulzers to celebrate 50th

Johnny and Jernearl
"Jerry" Bulzer were mar-
ried on Aug. 2, 1958.
Their children and
grandchildren extend an
invitation to all family and
friends to join them in cele-
brating the couple's golden

The anniversary celebra-
tion is from 4 to 6 p.m.,
Saturday, July 26, at. the
Rocky Creek Baptist
Church, 5458 Rocky Creek
Rd., Marianna. For direc-
tions, call 482-6075.
No gifts, please.

Kendrick James Emmanuel Pope

Ansley Stephens

Ansley Stephens turns 2

Ansley Jade Stephens,
daughter of Chad and Nikki
Stephens, celebrated her sec-
ond birthday May 10, 2008,
with a John Deere-themed
party at the pavilion on the
grounds of Pine Trace Park in
The pavilion was decorated
with an assortment of John
Deere gear. A homemade,
pink John Deere cake and
Ansley's own John Deere trac-
tor tire cake, along with a cake
featuring a freshly plowed
field by a John Deere tractor,
was placed on a picnic table
covered with a John Deere
table cloth.
Another picnic table, cov-
ered with pink John Deere
fabric, held a photo of Ansley
dressed in John Deere over-
alls, holding a pink John
Deere1 tractor. Gifts and party
favors were also placed on this
table: The fabric that covered
.this table was used to make a
dress for Ansley.

Everyone sang "Happy
Birthday," as the candles were
lit on Ansley's John Deere
tractor tire cake. Ansley
watched the flickering, pink
and green flames, as she wait-
ed eagerly for her Daddy to
blow them out.
Guests were served grilled
hamburgers and hot dogs,
baked beans, potato salad, a
variety of chips, dips, and
drinks, and birthday cake.
After dinner, Ansley opened
her gifts with help from her
Mama and Daddy. She was so
excited when she spotted her
new baby doll. Ansley. loves
taking care of her dolls.
Ansley is the granddaughter
of Carl and Donna Stephens,
John Furman and the late
Patricia Marie Parks. She is
the great-granddaughter of
J.W. "Shorty" and Ida Belle
Stephens, Horace and Ann
Skipper, Mary Ellen Smith
and the late Gerold Smith.

Julianna and Nicholas Bellamy

Bellamy twins are 2

Pope celebrates 5th

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Kendrick James Emmanuel
Pope of Marianna celebrated
his fifth birthday on July 9,
He is the son of Christine
Pope of Marianna.
Grandparents are the late
James Pope Sr. and the late
Lillie Dale Pope of Marianna.
A party was held on July 9,
at Motherly Love Child

The party

Center in

theme was
and he cele-

brated with his Mom and sis-
ters, Erika Hunter and Jasmine
Pope, as well as his class-
mates, teacher, Mrs. Nicole
Bowles, and aunti Sheler
Swilley, owner.

Julianna and Nicholas
Bellamy of Greenwood cele-
brated their second birthdays
on July 8, 2008.
The twins are the 'children
of Amie Calvert of
Grandparents are Brenda
and Lloyd Franklin of Grand

Ridge; and Dean and Penny
Bellamy of Cottondale.
A party was' held on July 12,
at 4 p.m., in Marianna's Wynn
Street Park.
The twins and their guests
shared hot dogs, hamburgers
and cake.

Jackson County Life


Birthdays photographs with copy are free for chil-
dren 12 years old and under and adults 90 years old and
above. There are no exceptions.
All other birthdays. "including those signifying special
birthdays such as 40th or 50th must run as paid advertise-
Weddings $35 for the first 250 words. $20 for an
additional 150 \words. One photo is allowed per wedding.
Engagements $35 for the first 250 words. $20 for
an additional 150 words. One photo is allowed per engage-
Anniversaries Free for the 50th. 75th and any
anniversaries above 75. Anniversaries in this category may
include up to two photos .an early years of marriage
photo and a present-day picture. Anniversaries that do not
meet the requirements for free placement cost $35 for the
first 250 words and may include one photo A second.
photo will cost an additional $20. Also, a charge of $20
will, be added for each additional 150 words.
Deadline for Sunday is Wednesday at noon. Send sub-
missions to, or mail them to P.O.
Box 520, Marianna, FL, 32447. The Jackson County
Floridan reserves the right to edit all advertising and news
content submitted for publication. Stay up to date on
Jackson County Life by subscribing to the Jackson County
Floridan. Call 526-3614.

Cady McNeal

McNeal celebrates 4th

Cady "Cady-Bug" McNeal
celebrated her fourth birthday
on June 3, 2008.
The theme of her party was
"Dora" and "Strawberry
Shortcake." She was surround-
ed by family members, her
"dirty-baby," and her big
brother Cody.

Cady is the daughter of
Russell and Denise McNeal of
Her Nanna, Deborah
Mitchell, took her on a special
shopping day in Dothah, Ala.,
where she picked out "anoth-
er" babydoll.

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Whitney Thomas, center, a student at Grand
Ridge Middle School, receives a. Lifesaver
Citation from Woodmen of the World Lodge
65. Whitney was presented the award in
recognition of her saving the life of Amanda
Rabon on April 10, when she employed the
Heimlich maneuver to dislodge a piece of hard
candy from Rabon's throat. Also shown, are:
Rhonda Thomas, Whitney's mother, Amanda
Rabon, Woodmen of the World Field
Representative JoAnn Truette and Laverne
Powell, lodge secretary. Contributed photo

Central Jackson County Relay for Life

Thanks to all the teams that
came out for Relay for Life on
April 25 and 26, Central
Jackson County Relay for Life
was able to raise $46,000 .to
fight cancer. The team from
Family Dollar, who came in to
relay in February, was named
Rookie Team of the Year.

The top five fundraising
teams for 2008 were: Family
Dollar, $8,396.40; Wal-Mart,
$6,792.00; Golson
Elementary, $5,853.91;
Jackson Hospital, $4, 358.16;
and Marianna High School, $
Early Bird Sign-up for next
,year's relay starts at 6 p.m. on

Aug. 5, at Covenant Hospice
on Highway 90. Bring $100 to
register your team.
A kickoff event for the 2009
relay will be on Sept. 2, at 6
p.m., at Covenant Hospice on
Highway 90. The next Central
Jackson Relay for Life is set
for April 24-25;,2009, at
Citizens Lodge in Marianna.

SACS reaffirms BCF accreditation

In a July 11, 2008 letter to
The Baptist College of Florida
in Graceville, Fl., from the
Commission on Colleges of
the Southern Association of
Colleges and Schools (SACS)
stated in part, "The following
action regarding your institu-
tion was taken at the June
2008 meeting of the
Commission oh Colleges: The
Commission on Colleges reaf-
firmed accreditation. No addi-
tional report was requested."
According to Dr. Tom
Kinchen, BCF President,

"This is tremendous news!
During the last three years fac-
Ulty, staff, trustees, students
and 'administration have
worked collectively to portray
a true picture of the College
for those who were reviewing
us. I want to thank each indi-
vidual who worked so hard to.
bring us to this great juncture.
This truly has been a team
effort. While we are responsi-
ble ultimately to our Lord for
our stewardship at the
College, we have several other
bodies to which we answer. I
am always delighted when
they affirm our BCF family in

such a positive way."
The action taken by the
Commission on Colleges will
enable BCF to move forward
with several new programs as
well as with new delivery sys-
tems. The future for 'the
College is certainly bright as it
pursues its trademark state-
ment of "Changing the World
through the Unchanging
The next general reaffirma-
tion of The Baptist College of
Florida by the Commission
will be in 2018.

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FEMA awards Calhoun FD nearly $240,000 in grants

On July 18, the Federal
Emergency Management
Agency (FEMA) awarded
$237,500 from the Assistance
to Firefighters Grants (AFG)
program to a Calhoun County
fire department.
Nationally, the fiscal year
(FY) 2008 AFG awards will
provide approximately $500
million to fire Adepartments
and nonaffiliated emergency
medical service organizations
throughout the country.
"Emergency response starts
at the local level," said FEMA
Regional Administrator Phil
May. "By investing federal
funds into this Florida's com-
munity, we can help lay a solid
foundation for a national

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ural or man-made disaster."
This week's round of
national fire grants amounts to
almost $15 million dollars and
includes a grant provided to
the followirfg fire department
in Calhoun County for FY
2008 Assistance to
Firefighters Grants: Westside
Volunteer Fire Department,
Vehicle Acquisition,
Blountstown, $237,500.
The U.S. Department of
Homeland Security's AFG
program grants enable local
fire departments and emer-

agency medical services organ-
izations to fund or receive
training, conduct first-respon-
der health and safety pro-
grams, and buy equipment and
response vehicles.
The program is adminis-
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FEMA components: The
National Preparedness
Directorate and the U.S. Fire
Administration. "
.The full list of FY 2007
AFG recipients and other
information is posted on the
AFG website,

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approximately $1imillion/year
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$9,765,272 amount of dollars for faSilities
upgrades including h/a in next 4 years
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remain in place for the 20089summer session)
Supplemental federally funded after school
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JOY Club installs new officers Clark is new chair of

Chipola board of trustees


The Chipola College
District Board of Trustees
recently elected Gary Clark of
Chipley to serve as chair of the
board for the 2008-09 year.
Clark is vice president of
'..Member Services for West
"Florida Electric Cooperative.
.. He succeeds outgoing chair
Gina Stuart, a realtor from
~ ''""Marianna.
Jeff Crawford Jr., of
Marianna, a retired farmer, Gary Clark
..was elected vice chair of the
board. Brenda Taylor and Bob Jones
S Nine trustees-appointed of Holmes County, Danny
f K -by the Florida Governor-rep- Ryals of Calhoun County and
resent Chipola's five-county Mark Plummer of Liberty
district on the board. They County.
V..?,I ., include: The board meets on the
John Padgett, Gina Stuart third Tuesday of each month
.. i ~ and Jeff Crawford of Jackson at 7 p.m. in the college Public
'li 'County, Gary Clark and Jan Service Building to set policy
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The Marianna First Baptist Church JOY Club (Just Older Youth) installed its new officers for the coming year beginning July
1. The installing officer was Charles Pinkerton, Bridge Pastor, of Marianna First Baptist Church. The new officers are: Frederick
Peters, President; Ruth Craven Bass, Vice-President; Jean Wiggins, Secretary; Rosie Grainger, Newsletter Editor; Bill andFaye
Wimberly and Bill and Gloria Peacock, Travel Chairmen; Ralph Harrison, Program Chairman; Edna Grey Elrod and Barbara
Jones, Greeters Chairmen; Myrtice Bradley, Hostess Chairman; and Betty Crawford, Birthday Table Chairman. The JOY Club
meets on the second Monday of each month, at noon, in the Family Life Center of the First Baptist Church. Contributed photo

Chipola College president Dr. Gene Prough presents a gift to
Gina Stuart, past chair of the Chipola District Board of
Trustees. Courtesy Chipola College

Courtney Dempsey, 33, and Gary Courtney.Jr., 37

Wedding wishes coming true


TAMPA It might have
appeared that Courtney
Dempsey 'was at work
Tuesday, .but she was really
somewhere else once she. got'
word she and her fiance had
won a $100,000 dream wed-
"We're just in 'shock,"
Dempsey said. "It's phenome-
nal.' We're just over the
Dempsey, 33, and Gary
Courtney, 37, finished first
among 4,000 couples who
vied for the prize in an online
contest sponsored by Us
Weekly magazine.
Voting ended two weeks
ago, but the magazine kept the
results under wraps until
Dempsey, the future
Courtney Courtney, is director
of sales at Stumps Supper
Club in Tampa's Channelside
and associated businesses,
while her husband-to-be
works for Cigna.
Dempsey got to this point
by being victorious in a differ-
ent way.
She was diagnosed with
Stage 4 melanoma four years
ago. Doctors gave her a year
to live.
She also fought thyroid can-
cer, had a double mastectomy
with reconstruction and is
being treated for a lung condi-
tion. I
The tedious treatments for
melanoma left her with a
mountain of medical bills and
she's still on medication, but
the cancer appears to be in
The couple began dating a
year after the treatment start-

The prize will be a lavish
wedding staged by Us
Magazine and, some
time in September.
A location has not been
selected and between now and
then, the contest sponsors will
work with Dempsey to iron
out details. The wedding will
be designed by top names in
the business.
Among the photographers
being considered is the one
who photographed the .Tom
Cruise-Katie Holmes wed-
Dempsey will also write a
blog about the wedding plan-
ning, for the Us Weekly Web
The wedding will be limited
to 150 guests.
"We wanted to maintain the
integrity of the wedding and
keep it to immediate family
and close friends," she said.
She comes from a large fami-
At this point in the plan-
ning, they have only two
requirements: french fries and
The french fries are because
Courtney takes part in Iron
Man competitions and he
craves the greasy treat after-
ward, Dempsey said.
Word of the contest victory
came a day before Courtney
leaves for an Iron Man compe-
As for the sweets: "I've
loved cupcakes since I was lit-
tle," she said. "They're just
Dempsey thanked those
who %oted for her and
"We're just humbled and
grateful," she said.



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Marianna All-Stars take

11-1 win in opener of

Dixie Junior Boys state

tournament at MERE
J.T. Meadows picked up four hits and four RBI
to lead the Marianna All-Stars to an impressive 11-
1 win over Okeechobee in six innings Saturday on
the first day of r Boyixie Junior Boys state tourna-
Marianna will play tonight at 7 p.m. against
Poinciana on Field One.
The Marianna All-Stars dominated the.action at
the.plate, on the mound and in the field from the
opening pitch, collecting 12 hits to just four for
Okeechobee and making several sparkling defen-
sive plays in the infield and outfield.
Brad Middleton pitched a complete game for
Marianna, giving up just one earned run and strik-
ing out three, consistently forcing Okeechobee to
put the ball in play and allowing his defense to do
the rest.
But it was Meadows who was the offensive star
for Marianna Saturday, consistently crushing the
ball to left and centerfield.
After Middleton helped himself out with an RBI
single off of Okeechobee starter Jack Radebaugh
for the first run of the game, Meadows came up to
bat with runners on second and third and smoked a

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Marianna's Seth Singletary hits a pitch during Saturday's 11-1 win over Okeechobee in the first
game of the Dixie Junior Boys state tournament at Optimist Park. -Mark Skinner/Floridan

two-run double to deep centerfield to make it 3-0.,
Meadows came up again in the second inning
with a runner in scoring position at second base
and hammered an Alex Estremera pitch down the
leftfield line to score Adam DeWitt to make it 6-0

Youth League Champs

Pictured are the Amandala Blockcats, winners of the AAU 14U West End Community
Association 2008 League Championship, holding their trophies after winning the title July
12. Contributed Photo

Meadows came around to score the seventh
Marianna run of the game moments later when
Mason Melvin reached on an infield single and an
Okeechobee error brought Meadows to the plate.
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Series debut
The Panhandle Panthers 12U
squad won big in their World
Series opener Saturday night in
Moody, Ala., beating Senatobia,
Miss. 12-2 in four innings.
Panhandle had been experienc-
ing struggles recently at the plate,
but Saturday was a completely
different story.
The Panthers collected 10 hits
for their 12 runs, including a lead-
off home run by Grant McDonald
in the first inning.
"We got our bats out of the
closet, that's for sure," Panthers
coach Allen Childs said after the
game. "We came out very aggres-
sive at the plate. The home run by
McDonald set the tone and we
just jumped on them."
The Panthers scored two runs
in the first inning and five in the
second to storm out of the gates
strong. Hunter Jordan drove in
three runs on he night arid Josh
Taylor knocked home two.
McDonald, Dillon Bennett,
Hunter Johnson, Trent Moats and
Miles Edwards also had an RBI.
"Everyone contributed at the
plate, moving runners over, hit-
ting with runners in scoring posi-
tion," Childs said. "We just hit the
ball very well. That's what we
have to do to continue to
Dillon Bennett started on the
mound for Panhandle and pitched
two scoreless innings, striking out
five. McDonald and Payton
Dixon combined to close the
The win sets up a rematch
today with ',Northwest St.
Petersburg, the team that narrow-
ly defeated the Panthers in the
state title game.
It's a game that Childs said he
hoped would happen later in the
tournament, rather than sooner.
"'I didn't want 'to play them in
first two days, but I don't feel like
they wanted to play us so early
*.either," Childs said. "Neither one
of us is looking forward to it.
Whoever is in the winners' brack-
et definitely will have an easier
road to go."

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

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

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

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

Swimming Lessons
Swimming lessons will
be offered for ages 4-and-
up. Lessons are based on a
combination of nationally-
recognized methods. '
The following sessions
are scheduled: Session 4:
Aug. 4-14. Classes are
available at 9 a.m., 10 a.m.,
or 7 p.m.
Sessions are Monday,
through Thursday for two
weeks of 45-minute les-
sons. Cost is $45 and pre-
registration is required,'
with a $5 late registration
Infant and preschool
swimming lessons for chil-
dren 3-and-under 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
f 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
or fax them to 482-4478.
The mailing address for the
paper is Jackson County
Floridan P.O. Box 520
Marianna, Fla. 32447.

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P.Picking the right battlefield is important

The Virginia Creeper is reddening a little.
Sign of an early fall, maybe? Surely not.
It's only mid July. Maybe I'll call old Jack
Wingate. He knows and interprets natural
anomalies. He's right much of the time, too.
It's already warm and humid this morn-
ing, despite the overcast
and the thin. fog stub- i.
bornly persisting
against the steadily
climbing mercury. I
don't "do". heat and
humidity well, as a rule,
but I think I should stay
here awhile. It's one of
those places; a wild
L place, a place that is at
once church, half-empty Bob Kornegay
- bottle, and therapist's
f' couch.
Strange, it isn't one of those other, simi-
lar, familiar places I've come to consider
"my own." Actually, I've never been here
before. I have permission from the owner,
but I'm not certain about the property lines.
Heck, I might even be trespassing.
c, There's flowing water here, a feature
always conducive to thought and medita-
tion. It isn't the clear, babbling mountain
Water of pastoral poets and high-country
granola eaters. It is the tea-colored, slow-
moving water of the Southern coastal plain.
It creeps like molasses between tree-lined
banks and smells like black earth; heady,
rich, and just a little intoxicating. It is life
itself to bluegills, turtles, water snakes, and

the occasional belligerent cottonmouth.
Here, in this swamp, are deer tracks, otter
slides, and what remains of a bullfrog car-
cass; a leftover from a raccoon's evening
meal, no doubt. Life must be easy for
'coons just now. This one ate the back legs
and left the rest. There's a 'possum out here
somewhere who'll appreciate that later.
This old white oak against which I'm
leaning makes a fair backrest. The ground
beneath its gnarled branches is a little
damp, as is the seat of my pants and what it
covers. Better here, though, than the drier
leaf litter favored by brown recluse spiders
and deer ticks. And chiggers. Lord, I hate
chiggers. I'll just. sit here and do penance
for forgetting my waterproof cushion.
The fog's burning away now. Almost
gone. Last night's condensed dew has
begun dripping from the leaves above me.
Now and then a drop falls onto a notebook
page. I just write around it. Maybe I'll
show these notes to someone later who'll
think a gifted, sensitive writer was over-
come by emotion and cried onto his paper.
On second thought, maybe not. It's more
likely folks'll think the fool was just too
stupid or lazy to get up and move.
Outdoor hacks don't cry, anyhow. Only
poets do that.
It's getting warmer. No, scratch that. It's
hot. And the hornets are on the move. A big
old baldface just lit on the toe of my shoe. I
have a thing about hornets. I've been trying
to work on that, so I'm just sitting here
being very still and quiet. I think I look

quite cool and nonchalant. He'd better fly
away soon, though. I really, really need to
jump up, dance about, and flail my arms
right now.
Good. He's gone.
I'd better go, too. I'm sweating and I'm
thirsty. My water (along with the forgotten
cushion) is in the truck, which lies some-
where, let's see, in that direction right there.
Besides, some scavenging critter is proba-
bly right now lurking in the wax myrtle
thicket over there eyeing that frog carcass
and waiting for me to leave.-Better leave
him to it before the fire ants get at it.
Mmm. Good water. Not cold, but wet.
Pretty fair morning, too. I wasn't feeling all
that chipper when I got here.
That's the thing about wild places. No
matter where they are, hundreds of miles
distant or a short drive from my front door,
they always seem, to somehow chase away
the blues, at least for a little while. Better, a
"session" there doesn't leave one hung
over, $100 per hour poorer, and there's no
necktie required.
It's a far-from-perfect placebo, of course,
but I highly recommend it. I mean, even if
that old blue-funk, down-in-the-dumps
feeling does start gaining on you again; you
can always go back to your wild places and
fight the good fight.
After all, picking your battles is impor-
tant, but sometimes it's where the battle is.
fought that counts.
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LAKE SEMINOLE Bass fishing is good for
some anglers using topwater baits early in the morning
and late in the afternoon. Buzzbaits can be especially
.effective over submerged vegetation. Largemouths
may also bd taken on Texas-rig worms near wood struc-
ture. Fish slowly, and deliberately, especially during the
middle of the day.
A few crappies are being taken in specific spots, but
the crappie fishing is sporadic overall. Anglers who
know how to target the crappies this time of year can
still catch them. There is, however, little consistency.
Bream may continue to bite in the shallow, sandy-
bottom areas.. Bream are also good targets for fly fish-
ermen early and late in the day in shallow water.
Catfish have been biting well early in the morning
over, hard bottoms. Live worms and prepared baits are
good. Hybrids have slowed some, but 'a few schools
may surface late in the afternoon.
LAKE EUFAULA -- Largemouths are most active
right now in deeper water near the river channel. Fish
channel structure with big Carolina-rig worms, deep-
running crankbaits, and slow-rolled spinnerbaits. Bass
may also be. caught early and late in the day on points.
For these, areas, use Texas-rig worms and crankbaits.
Small Carolina-rigs may also be used to catch smaller
bass in deep water with wood structure. Early and late
in the day are the best fishing times overall, but chan-
nel bass may be caught at virtually all hours.
Crappies are locked into their summertime pattern.
Fishing for them can be fair to good on moderately
deep flats just off the river channel. Look for flats areas
with transient brush piles and fish jigging spoons verti-
cally, directly in the brush.
'Bream 'are quite active and will readily take crickets,
especially near creek drop-offs with structure present.
Fish size is small overall, but numbers are good.Catfish
will bite late in the day on flats as they move into shal-
lower water to feed. Hybrids are inconsistent at present.
The river is clear and the level should remain stable
over the next week or so. Area creeks flowing into the
river are quite low.
With the river stable, look for bass to bite topwater
lures early in the morning and possibly late in the after-
noon. During the middle.of the day, largemouths may
be taken near channel breaks in spots where the chan-
nel curves closest to the shoreline. Spoons and jig-and-
pig combos may take a few of. these fish. Also fish
crankbaits near the mouth of any creek where clear
water is present. Bream should-be active, but few will
be caught using shallow-water methods. For the best
results, drift-fish downstream from the dam, vertically
dropping live worms or crickets on a moderately heavy
rig. The bream will usually hold rather deep in a tem-
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from the dam along bluff walls and near sandbars.
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Okeechobee got its lone run in the bot-
tom of the second when Jacob Domer led
off with a -single and was brought home on
a squeeze bunt by Billy Childers.
Middleton prevented any further damage
,by inducing two easy groundouts to first
base, to end the inning.
i With runners on" the corners in the fourth
inning for Marianna, Meadows again came
. to bat and hit a hard line drive right up the
middle to bring DeWitt to the plate again
for an 8-1 Marianna advantage.'
Melvin then scored Middleton on an
Infield single to make it 9-1.
Marianna extended to a 10-run lead in
the top of the sixth inning when Meadows
hit a one-out single to centerfield, then
came around to score on a fielder's choice.

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game another inning with a run in the bot-
tom of the sixth, but couldn't capitalize on
-a lead-off double by Estremera.
A sacrifice fly by Domer got Estremera
to third, but Middleton induced a flyout by
David Coleman and a" groundout by
Childers to end the game.

Poinciana earned its way into the win-
ners' bracket by rallying from an early
deficit to beat Spring Hill 9-5.

In Dixie Boys action, the Marianna All-
Stars lost to West Volusia 6-0, while
Vernon topped Bartow 14-0 and Chipley
fell to Spring Hill 6-2.

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Nissan. Billy has won numerous
awards from Chevrolet, Buick,
Cadillac and Nissan. Billy is married to Teresa Baxley and they
have two wonderful children and two grandchildren with anoth-
er grandchild on the way. Billy enjoys the outdoors when he is
not busy with his true passion, selling cars. We are proud to
have "Dollar Bill" in the Rahal-Miller-Nissan family.

BUICK' 850.482.3051
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REA I. A background in 850-866-2774 q4 pt, $8 qt, Squash $12 850-482-5134 2 BR M CH & A, near 1-10
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ttrh i bx a tmato'sa 3BR/1.58A, on corner of & 71 S; App. '& Lease
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fa e4o- 5-Olt nna); $775/m0 + dep ewer/ water/ garb-g - .
investigate the back ed on a paulk frame 1 850-482-2886. /$awn care incl.No Pets '
groundofanycompa- 2007- 26hp Kohler en- (or 202-266-8948) KMC4rowripperw/ U-Pick Peas- Elite 2- ./lawn care in Pet
ny BEFOREpaying a gine 54", industrial liftassistwheel& Crearnarie. ZipEl r.nd 21 $550, 2/1 w/carport Grand Ridge, 3BR/2.5BA, No moking.526-8367.
fee. Proceed with craften wnmower formrefo. fertilizerattach.1,000 Pure Hull., 4acre. 6 625, Near Mariann $1050/mo or lease w/ 3/2 within city limits, he way home ca should be ..
caution if you are asked 35hrs. $1 800. 334-796- EOE/AA/M/F/D/V gal. nurse tank mount- per 5 gal bucket Bring ioyce Riley Real Estate purchase option avail $425'mo Sec & Ref EOE
to send money or in 3064 edontamdemtrailer. your O, rn bucket. Felid 850 2i 7825 (C31ll5 i 21;2-lil Req 850 462 5492
calling "900" numbers. Amaryllis 1 gallon pots My Personal Choices Inc. Is 334.790-5077 Corn be ready y.. .
Allnumbetsprefixed $750Oeah MManycolorsie nw hnirn 1 8esdential Readership. the weerlend $5-er .r
by "900" arecharged i , ;SCi t.-, 'er*,ce workers for group .Gets 100 5 6 miles N oi
to callers on-aper- ,r:,yi nr.P.d A.: and in the communi- RESULTSIII Grand Ridge on Hwy 69
m..ldtm iH C :Cln, red Tri-City Electrical Contractors Inc
nto caller -as on a pere- vAryI' g. : i, applicant must have HS Calithe 'larke Cr.nur Rd o Pa.
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sis. Some otthesecalls i. are to numbers outside 850-592-3261 ing with persons ir, ,,.. Forklift 4000 lbs. with 3146pParontRd. One of Floridas Leading Electrical Contractor!
of the United States& bdii.i ; or in a .:r,,i.jlocar forks and carpet pole, .l . e
expensiveinterhational onri. Applicant Must be propane. $2000. 334- LL "Best Place to Work in Central Florida", 2005-2007
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433 Mobile e/ '503 oat506 Trav rs 509 Motor Homes 509 Motor Homes 509 Motor Homes 512 Motorcycles/ATVs 512 Motorcycles/As 512 Motorcycles/ATVs 512 Motorcycles/ATVs
3BR/2BA, Clean/ quiet Chaparral '84 198XL 185 Fleetwood 2002 Discov- 34' Allegro, 1990, 37,000 '" Harley-Davidson 2001
park in Marianna. No Evinrude with Trailer ry 39ft, 2 slides, 330 miles. New tires/ex- 883 sportster hugger,
pets! $500 + Dep. 850- $4500.334-693-9360 HP diesel, very nice haust/brakes. Excel .T excellent condition low
71-6641 ,$85,000 334-618-0457 cond. $10,500 OBO. 334- MUST I' .w
3B2BA Need aNewHome You Name It.
Maria,-,, ,i ,1 .,,, P" L 8- Checkout 28 ft. Allegro, well main- | -" Classified Has It!
Fri an, p, thelassifieds tained, new tires, fully .. avidson '98 1200
4452. loaded, new paint, in- Harley Davidson 98 1200
D___--- *_ Damon intruder 00' door kept. $12,500. Call .' s-.Sportster 13K mi. Many
M ol ,, L,..T:,T '05 Prowler aft Andesi- 334-792-8018 or 334- '04 Pace Arrow 3 H.,, Davidson '06 Dyna Harley Davidson '06 extras customized
MH when aad. u. 2:r,2h- biS l e ,, r.lair. wheel, 36ft, 4 e3t.V-CIs K2 792-8827_ Work Horse Cderi I r:"er Glide motorcycle, Screaming Eagle VROD, Manual, Gas saver.
MHSprn Blue elow, 260 hp, bimnislides replace large 2 19K, loaded, 3 sid-:. 9- Pearl Red, chrome, fwd. Red, 7K ml, warranty, $4,000.334-984-2044
rina.Water/s- top, galvanized trailer, shower, 30/50amp. A real .idebysidef2s The Best Pets tow car, $93,00. Cal .rols, wind shield, $1,500 nego. Call 334- HD '02 Fat Boy. Motor-
ewage/garb./ awn custom cover, garage must see at: $39,900 334- cemaker. New are found 334) 618-0717 04 Road King. 5680 4900wne smi. $10,500,3seat6-spd. 714-5940 cycle. Custom, 8500 mi.,
incl. 850-482-4060 stored, only 20 hours, 687-2994 Tires, Towing pack- in the miles, Excellent 798-5104.exc. condition. Loaded,
27many extras. Li334-475ke 883new. age. $39500. Classified Ads 512 Motorccls/ATs ond. Better than $12,000 OBO. Call 334-
$27.900.334-475-3883. 334-696-4746. 512 Motryle/ATV new, Lot of extras Classifieds have what $1,L 255-3165. C 3-
436 Mobile Home/ .,, Mr. i r- $14,100 obo.Call 334- you are looking for. HD '06 Heritage Softtail
l cru..r -'.1i ri *i . Damon Dae Bra ,.1 i .D .- '04 Big Dog Ridgeback, 333-6108- HARLEY DAVIDSON '08 Classic. White, 5-spd.,
Salreat con., garage Class A, 15.226 2 AC 'Hard-tari, 11,000 mi, Fat Bob Pearl Blue, 6- 1700 mi., excellent con-
96' DW, 28X60, CH/A, 4BR Kept, matching tan- a Lg slideout,ex..:,:.n, $19,500,334-648-2425. Classifieds... spd. 2000 miles, excel- edition. $16,500. Call 334-
2BA w/study. Appl., 2 dem trailer w/ pressure $42,500. OBO Pia. See what it's all lent condition. lots of 406-1999.
porches incl. Al cond. brakes, LED lighting, call334-585-2731 FIND about! extras, 2YR warranty,
$30K850-762-9333 low hours, NEW BABY IT $17,400. Call 334-441- Honda '03 VTX 1800
ONLY REASON BOAT IS Damon '96 IS Dal-, FAST 6962. Black, Motorcycle. Gar-
FOR SALE. SI190 1)060.e?,:::,-,r, ..rn-e 31 if INTHECLASS FIED5 age kept with approx
439 Ralitstate 1. 1 Pt .ivr;L ,. w.,e, 'Zr-. ie_,-,.._...-______._HARLEY DAVIDSON 2000 miles. Showroom
,439 Real Estate i n i iat : I r .,ur .1nds Class C, Road King. Crimson Red, condition. Backrest /
R. Grc,-,d. ,ar a 921 n AC tove, micro F F na. - Davidson '06 Dyn 6spd. 675 miles, exce- lug-gae rack w bag,
$.10.'!,0 ,*.>. lrh;,ae, sofa, di- a .:,d n ,r. il Davidson '06 Dyna quIC detach w n -
CMlTi2 3,1,8 eII C hr. 2 ,.r.r,n,,r. 2') r.r 9.'4i ,0. Call 334- t.:- 0 0 Cia, i... 2,, )".V -d wde Glide, Glacier lent condition warranty 33
,Pi.o.H n , U,, r ; nl.1-'., 87l 32 5 ,'r 8 -625. w r ePear 6-spd $19,500. Call 334-618- 9shi $8700, 34
HMUT. I.s.. r ,l ie.rra 3' avson '8me- Ha25- i. Like ,new. New 9828. 6933.
3.2.123u.,:q i i f 7 a.rvc in ru r , ,,-I.: 'r". :1 r s-4 A Monoco La E,'haust, Saddle Bags, HONDA '06 VTX 1300 C
,nr, payO r,,d.. real $5'0- .22541 P. 3, 2 slides. 11'/ Harley Davidson '00 Heri- Harley Davidson '05 Backrest, Luggage Harley-Davidson 2000 Cruiser, 1,700 miles,
ne,gr.Dorn..:.d tsrween .ah L,:-ai.d! Incl. car tage softtail twin cam, Electra Glide Ultra Clas- Rack. 2yrs left ori ext. heritage soft-tail, pearl black & chrome, Vance
GR.PndMar Bri)-auuri 98 roacrm-,i lar.i1ri Air.'.ir.T, *' i 3J n d.'-.i d'- ll-, .-. ail furnishings blue& silver, rd radio, sic, Red/Black, Loaded, warranty. Bike is flaw- white, lots of chrome, and Hines custom ex-
,:, ireei n.w ly re- .',m' n siT 23i.',( m -il,:. 1 00 m1 .c ,-,:,n ,3,:r-h i.,wels, etc.) lots of extras, $12,000 Great cond. $18,000, less. $17,500. (334)494- extra seats. $15,000 haust, $8,500 OBO 334-
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New84303sqft to, marine' 2 radio d.h 4' ls 'i,,deZ rea5r 4.,,t_& A
4BR, 3.5 bath. $429,000. $6000. 22 I3-9696or acr'in. ,n 0,:,.l
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3 NEW HOMES (251)654-5586 Construction, LLC Eric Baker CONSTRUCTION SPRIGGING
GREAT LOCATION '95 Hunter 23.5 sailer w/ 2005 Gulf Stream Cavilar C lLteH ssHe n SERVICE
PRICED TO SELL trailer, '03 Shp Honda, Pkmdl 31'L sleeps 6 w Staing
UNDER 200K 2much2 list, $10k OBO, excellent condition. Full At5s60/Sq*tAtWedding Receptions HdPond Construction 0- 0PAI
Cal1334-806-2822. stand up shower. iD/SqyFtReuions, .RoadsmBuKlt TIFe8N 8 ,29-8,-" N
,$7,52004 Dutchmen13 ClassicoSyse Free Estimates ,Parties -Clubs -Fire Lanes Licensed & Insured
35ft. 2 slides. 1.4 bath. L -EN i i-' L "fd R... 1 *WeocnourenP oJme ,Reasonable Rates L' EstiASre
SatelliSatellite. W/D hookup. L LI7 -, >. Y ForAl!,Your Entertainment H-t ree Estimates
,rur Laont ,)srmi n $17,500. 334-671-0312. I, LInd&I R Surrounding Area. CLL RAY HEAD
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3014/718-2119 260 eng. Tully losaea 5th wheel, Series 276
w/trailer, low hours .EFs 28 ft. w / living
New 3/2 1100 sq' Btown. $13,900 OBO 687-8169, room slide. Great cond.,
Tile/laminate floors, 334-703-3138 $13000, 334-702-8267,
apple pkg. On 90'x 210' -
lot $99,900 8507628185 34 ft. House Boat, Sleeps leave a message.
6, good cond., asking CLASSIFIEDS
$12,000 OBO, Call 334' We're Working For You!!
792-1079 or 334-718-
RECREATION 9054 or 1995 Shasta Travel Trail-
I -1 -----a-et, 22 ft.; sleeps 4,
_, $5500, Call (334) 794-
S 08' Amerilite Travel Trailer
---" trained, Used once. Pd
/ r/ $13,400, asking $10k 850-
Trailers 0 219' Prowler. Very
30ft. Hunter Sail Boat, clean, upgrades, new
Turn key Live Aboard, tires, battery, etc. A
S E LL great weekend get must see, $7995 850-
Saway. Many upgrades. 272-2845
Yamaha G 800R '04, Red- Pt. Saint Joe, FL, $18K -2
/White. 2-cyl. 160 Hrs. OBO, Call 850-227-4034
Fair cond. $3800 OBO.-509 Motor Homes
334-695-2939. (2) YAMAHA'S '06 Wave M r m
runners 4. stroke..eng,
Triton 2005 1753 Crappie, (ual iral-r a r.
mercury 60HP, 4 stroke e ,;Eiilln cc.n,[. 1,
front & rear live wells, $14.0 t.:-r ,oti i 334
and bait well, lots of 8;i-LIvP I
storage, fully equipped.-- .
$12,500 OBO 850-547- 2;00. ?.;'. . t4Ou ri.
3484after6PM v ;,', hjr.nrr Ocran-.. "ri .. .
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Triton '08, 18 ft. Explorer ,on 1.. 500 P1lea-:.' '
O/pS HP Mercury cal1334-791-2609 Winnebgo '99 Brave 35
Optimax. 71 pound ro- Winnebego '99 Brave 35-
tor guide, 480 GPS/fish C, 35', living rm, slide,
fnder, sia;nl-- h i -, 5ieei 35k mi., Alcoa wheels,
Oron. R-ady ti, .r, new tires, gen., jacks,
$i18un 35 1 774.412 t ..^ $33,500 obo, 522-3564
334.70.!]J6u I -,-,i e .....4 Seabreeze Class A 95',
-sgood condition, new
I carpet & bath fixtures
64,900 mile. $25,500.
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SPORTSCRAFT '70, 30-ft, er, heavy duty trailer. -
440 Chyr. engine, good $8,500.334-983-4941 -, -
condition, $5,000 OBO or 334-596-4170.
S 91s s Beoxa 1994 Master Craft Pro R-VISION '06 Trail-Lite 26ft
Ranger '91 Bass Boat Star 205, Immaculate, flyloadtd lp2
Blue & silver, exc. With some accessories fully loaded low mileage
cond., 17.5 ft., Mariner $15,000. OBO. Call like new! Include's neav
mtr., Deluxe trailer, 334-794-9766/790-9422 gi system. Priced at
$9,500,334-693-9287 $62,500 OBO 334-616-6508
15' Quahita Dbl Hull, 3 to see!a
Pontoon Boat '05. 20' seater, Johnson 50 HP Monoco Knight '06, Save
Sunchaser. 50 HP outboard motor and re Deisel
Yamaha. Garaged. Like Trailer. Make an Offer. 25K 4300 more man
new. $11,500 OBO. Call 334-794-6994. slides, 4300 m, many
'334-714-5860. -upgrades $159,700.
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Ouachita 15 ft. outboard 506 mpur/ Leingon 2006 27
65 HP Johnson, trolling 6 Travel Trailers to.l ,gl O2d, 2-4t
motor. Depth finder l "" 3 1 ,
and more. $1700. OBO Work -n- Play 2006', 28nt, IIn, m,0 re info. 3 n.-
334-701-1408. Bumper pull toy hauler, $59900 mo
Nitro750 '04 boat motor sleeps 6-8ExcCond. ee nfo
& trailer. Mercury 115 ca4800 0BO. Please Holiday Rambler 02 die-
HP, ike new, 000 call 334-598-2675 sel pusher, 2 sides,
334-792-0885 or Sprinter 1999 5th wheel outside of ent. center,
334-714-0401. 27ft, with slide out smoke, no pets, 38K
Ntro '07 w/ 90HP. Been room fully loaded with mi Must Sell! $68,500
n water w 3 e new hitch. $9500 334- 66, (850) 638-7920 or
Over $1K worth of 850-596-8475
electronics to give with Prowler '04 5th Wheel, 25
the boat. Seeking ft. Must see! Nice unit.
someone to take over Many extras! $15,500. .
payments. 229-220- Call 334-714-0210. 'r [ U
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MOTOR1910. M'- Outback '06 31 RQS Load- _
MOTOR: Motor Guide '04 ed $16,900 OBO 334- "'
Trolling Motor for Pon- 618-4501. 'L.
toon Boat, 541b Thrust -
w/ foot control, $300, Nash 2004 5th wheel M-
Call (334) 798-2115 24-53, 1 slide,impres-
sive condition and
Marquis '77 w/1990 rebuilt equipment, W-07 Sil- Four Winds 5000 '00,
90 HP motor, trolling mo- verado available for to- white, Auto. 8-cy. 2
tor & fish finder. $3,000 tal travel package, let's WD. 88,300 miles, Great
obo. 334-475-3272 discuss price. 334-701- cond.e28Feet, AM/FM
4315 Cassette Stereo, Cable
TV Hookup, TV Antenna
S. Montana 2005 5th Wheel, Telephone Jack, Sky-
4 slides, king bed, ex- light, LPG & CO Leak
cellent condition. Detectors, Awning,
$34,500 OBO 850-547- Booth Dinette, 6 Cu.
2808 Foot Refrigerator with
Freezer, 6 Gallon
Montana 02' 5th wheel Electric Ignition Water
camper, 32.5 ft. 2 Heater, 32 Gallon
slides, mounted space Freshwater Tank, Toi-
Malibu Skier '01 Sporster heater, new 4000 Onan let Sink & Shower, 25
60 hrs. 325 HP, perfect generator w/inside re- Gallon Wastewater
cond. loaded $19,000 mote, $25k OBO, 850- Tank, 22 Gallon Grey
OBO 334-313-2367 593-6946 Water Tank, Heated
Legend '04 Bass Boat, Jayco 2001 pop up camp- H holding an ks, 13,50
225 Mercury, low hours, er, sleeps 7, gas orBTU Rf Ar Cond-
yellow, mint cond., electric fridge, heat- tioner, 31,000 BTU Fur-
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Javelin '94' Bass boat i'ng.$80 334-794-7103 Persons, Queen-size
377A 150 fast strike, Jayco "08" Eagle 5th Bed & Mattress, 7,41
trailer. $4750 334-596- wheel, 291RLTS, 3 (Gasoline), 5 Kw LPG
1694 slides, with covers, Generator, Trailer
Jason 1986 bass boat 110 electric awning $35K Hitch, Car dolly, Non-
Jason 1986 bass boat 110 selling for health rea- smoking New: All 6
Johnson motor, garage sons 334-791-4192 Tires, Brakes, Catalytic
kept, good condition Converters, Spark
$4500 OBO 334-794- Jayco '03 camper, 34 ft. 2 Plugs, Battery, $17,000
5511 or 334-798-5936 Slide outs exc. cond. OBO, Please Call 334-
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, away, Detailed pics & Fleetwood Scorpion '06, Vortec. 5578K mi. no sl.
info upon request. $70K popup mounted on a outs. non-smoker & pet
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Fisher 2008 1754, 40HP 4 kely, 229-723-5958. REDUCED.334-522-3652.
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bird 565 live well, bilge Travel Trailer, like new onan 2 A/C's, good
pump, $111200 334-798- asking $10,000, Call condition. $6000 will f-
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Honda Rancher 2 W D w/- i C .1
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$300050-209-44447 "ru, II' ,, ,B A
Kaw asaki '01 ZX-9R, . _- 1 2 r' a 'J
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KAWASAKI'05KLX-110 Chevy '93 Corvette con-Mercedes '89 560L, bur- 355-0298. Ora Mock, GRI
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Kawasaki '06 ZX-M0R runst el, new tires, ou iqur (850)on2yol
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0u0 ed,1 CHl3E 3906 Ca ruicew1 Mercury 00' Grand Mar- l e 4-bu2 o
(steeit 7CDA / quis white blue ink- bWor mw t o d o
Kawasaki '706ATVike -os runs Mwel St tir te L O (850or 5e-a inside &
new bumper specialty wag on Auto $1 00. Cal out 85K mi Looks &
package, Ai Wheels, 334-696-8019. drives like new w/

$-70003- 67s C8a6rc2er, ocne tire s $rcury'0 Grand Mar- Mainr Tw d o P RE Y ou nsplo i to
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Kawaseki '07 Mean Streak white burguy le t. i n c 5000 334- 0 or
Special Edition. Under owner, e. u coed. 1C33480 K Ce. Somi. H
500 miles, extras i- 4mi.e 7b PRICE REDUCED, 1, Co- SSuzuki '06 Forenza Sedan
clouded, $9500, Call $3,900.334-886-3061. Mercury 03' Grand Mar- Blue, Auto. 4-cyl.2

Polaris 90cc '06, green, new inside/out, only 24/36 MPG, Power

334-726-7516. .,, 2 a CD, A/C, AM/FM, este-r
Yam reo runs well sunroof

Sportster '06 883 L .Ford '05 Mustan very c n tGreat cond
Motorcycle. Black, *,- h,4.'.ri ,n1ll $12,000,334-699-
ml., excellent condition r,-M I .u.,is 7251/334-805-3113.
334-255-3165 or 3i-0. OnJ1298.c1,' mi3..22645 Toyota '02 4Runner, eSil-N E
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SUNF 2008 5CC, moped Grey, -pd 6-cyl. 48K. quis rus ood excel- rack, 15K $1,800
street legal. $800 334- Loaded, .CD, leather int. lent condition. $5,000. 850-526-2484 is a horse lovers dream. 3/2 3000sq.ft homeI

S793-5248 Great cop $17. 334- Neg.. Low mi, es. Call -
3 596-1810. 334-718-9617/671-0492 Toyota '05 Cary 4 door with wrap around porch invitesyou to sit &
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g $7700 334677 37800k m. exc. cond. qus LS, white, exc. new 17,30 mi, $15,900, 4 stall horse barn w/tack room, 2 stall horse
3694 or 334-714-0389 Blue.$10K 850-272-6389 cond. 25 mpg hwy, ask- Call (334) 389-3071bt

si5 '1389 Fig $5800 00 sBO, Call barn, bahia pasture, stocked pond, on 16 acres

C0sadzK 1500 0 BLA. 334 7939758 79*7-755 and fenced for animals. #08-940 $379 ,00
$5500e 334-470-0237. v wagon leather all pow-
Victory 1999 e500, 5K. p er, e miles, exc. cond. Toyota '07 Sequoia, Grey,
American made bikeO t$4500 FIRM 334797 2 WD. 42k m. Loaded,

$6000 Firm 334-618- 4828 moon roof, leather,
8457 MinCoper0 n DVD entmt system,
Mi eCooperue06 Convert- warranty. Great cond.
Yamaha 02' Zuma Scoot- ible, auto ful ly loaded, $26,900. Call 334-726-
er. 6400 mi.. 125mpg, Corvette'06 3LT26K immaculate. $18,000. 4818;797-5083.
Windshield & Iungage Miles, GPS, Glass Top 334- 96- 2692.
rack,excel. cond. 1600 Orange $37,900 /Offe r e-
850-352-4723 (814) 397-7146 Cell
Yamaha '04 YFZ 450. 'OWNER
Many after market Ford '02 Mustang, l i LYNN HAVEN! Old Building of little value on the 3
M etD Red, Coupe.S Mi subi M AG6' Eclipd n $3200. 334-726 spd 78000mi,n- GT Red 6- spd. 46550 l', lots. Zoned low densityresidential with permission for
2dash4 Co stacker, new tires, very clean MinorS/D. and a suriveyyou can split property into 2
Yamaha 07' V-Star. New leather, warranty, mfg warr, Viper alarm, lots. for2homes. Cornerlot large shade trees ea nice
Loaded, comes with $6,500 Neg., Ph: 912- tints, Exe cond. 15000,(
helmet & cover. Only i 996-8109. 334-333-7555. Toyota '94 Camry 4 dr. neighborhoodin Lynn Haven. #08-1059 $125,000
mile! $6,500. Call any XLE. auto, sunroof, cold
time. 334-494-3344. Ford '02 Taurus SE, all air. 191 K mi;8$3,500.
Yamaha 2003 YZ12, 25 power, runs great. 334-794-3944.
stroke, pro i.circuit pipe lean.$4,200. OBO. Call kw
334-726-3842 15 Cl ceooreg, Gray w/saddle inte
34-72c-382 A: r. or, 40k miles, top of
Yamaha 2005 PptoAr 660. the lie, sun roof, V8
ex'ra'. i.:.,% r.,,r ,option dual climate air,
$401- 134 ,n.7;l;%ie ? n heated s ,aks automat-i
Mitsubishi '06 Lancer 02 ic w/manual shift'op-
Yam.,r,a 2,)",. v*I. rf,"Rally A/C Power tion, steering, wheel
110.. 31L, m.i: ..3. Windows & Doorlocks, controls, side curtain North Oaks Spacious brick 3/2 home w/garage &
ran[0, $6200 O6C3. 33 CDPlayer$11,750. air bags,window
793-5621 or 3347 79; FinancingAvalableWAC. shades for back seats, screened porch. Large formal living room and dining
1463 leave message Call John 334-797-0420 and rear air. $ 23,800 room. AllBRs have walk-in closets. Large master
4lav ee FORD '02 TAURUS SES, orJ ason 334-714-1601 334-701-8555/334-685- bedroom has separate entrance, could be mother-n-
623 1k 4, V 1 6 5 7 law4suite. Landscaped I acre lot. #08-541. $175,000
E q u ip m en t 0 60.3A um V ol 04v 0 .1 2 c Turbo-,
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Runners, 4 stroke eng., vertible, leather, V-6, dual3;r .:lmate c.:,nLroi,
dual trailer covers, life loaded, 18K miles, mem,:. :r,. CD ca.
jackets $13,000 for both $16,000 334-355-0881 "srl playEr. ,ail NTan
229-759-9974 Ford '05 Mustang GT, ie5 rer.r m4Inn,) 100k
white, 5 sp., interior up- .. -.-,: i.'i~isi, ii$vial. 334.
TRANSPO TATION trade pkg, 6 disc cd, Mitsubishi '07 Eclipse GT,
TRANSPORTATION factory alarm, 24K mi., V6, Loaded, Ithr, disk
exc. cond., $17,900 obo, $c0e htd seats, fin.7avail. 03 Atu Autos
Ford '05 Mustdng. V-6 0420 or Jason 714-1601 Brick 1700 SF 3/2 home on 4.99 ac in the coun-
Tr m.r.. W airI rFenced for animals. Chain link fencing
i- around the house. Wet weather pond & 1,456
600 Atomobiles 8F old barn on property. Handicap master bath.

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Acura wtr 2l, in- ord 06,MBtacVR-4 Red, 5-spd. 6-Cyl. 334-774-9243.
5-spd. CD, runs w re- Ford '06 Musta AW 98000; Loaded
built motor, sunroof- light blue, black leather PB PS A/C, AM/FM Cadillac '73 Eldorado, Re-
Great cond. 2,000 o.b.o, int., premium sound, stereo leather interior, stored, mint condition,
Brand new 26" rims, loaded, 5 sp., exc. cond. Rues well, very clean, garage kept, 96K miles,
crome w/ black 3,800 20,700 mi, $18,400, Call Great Shape. $10,500, $9,000,8229-334-8719
334-671-1607. 334-588-3400 334-794-782b.
BMW '04 Sedan Md# 525i Ford '07 Focus, 22k mi., MITSUBISHI '95 MIRAGE Cino.
6sp. Garaged, exc options, like new, $1500OBO Truck. apYL r2WD, thisa
cond. $30,500. 334-803- 34pmpg. Asking $12,800. (850)209-3453to. 6-c 2 WD.
9276or334-393-5829 Call John at 334-477- exempt, great con- used as utility room; C/A&H, insulated win-
3068 Nissan '03 350Z Touring dit io n. Power dows and FP electric logs. Old garage/stor-
Ford '64 Thunderbird, & brakes elec. blue steering, AM/FM, age bldg. #08-5986$69,000
82K mi, 1 owner, $4000. $16,900 OBO 334-397- runs well, very
Will trade. Call 334-632- 0381 or 334-695-0381, clean, $3500.
8024_Please Call 334-
Nissan '05 Maxima SL, 588-2987.U
Ford '85 Crown Victorian fully loaded, exc. cond., ,L.
LTD, 4-dr. V-8 auto, 92K 1 owner, $17,800. pay ILL.
mi new TlJint vie ,iff C)II (334)-41JA71.3
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CADILLAC '05 SrS Vs31iIAil_ _ _I _ _
stone, 29,500 I',i:. & .- ".'o'4'" .
leather int., very ,l -. r, For. r. '5 uSila ,,Ia .C. -
NADA Retail $24,07,5, $75.0 i',5. ____-
leg $19,750. Call. ,ill 1c .l V B6aurhll c acre lot has oak trees and cleared for build
693-0892. 2 rr 1 V: 1- --a-1,'-',, ia ee on a pond in SW corner of lot. Lot located
Cadillac '93 Allante ".n,l0.,. 1l mw, m . :" ri Oi, f Silver Lake. All the amenities of Compass
vertible, red, 12.4 13- 6 ". ..i-, ...filer.ak.,A l;tea enrie o,.,:,r
leather excellent, :.For o ,0 P1. ,.yr,,,r E.-: 1. 1 HI. horseback riding, swimming, boating, fish-

Cadlla '9 4-F23- twood $9500 334-632-1100 Leather, Exc. cond. NOW $17k 334-793-1902 Lake, etc. 07-3070 ONLY $37,000 MAKE OFFERI
Cadillac '94 Fleetwood Ford '98 Taurus, 119,000 Great gas, new tires,
Bghm, silver, 150k mi, les, V, $2600 Call CIn Carfax, 56K $17,580 0,..

days; 850-656-7212, 5-8 Ford '99 Taurus, black, Nissan '05 Sentra, 1.8S .-& ., ..i; .
Cadillac '96 Fleetwood, gray interior, AC. $2806 SpeckEd. bi, 5sp., spoil- I lill-
Broutgham Edition, 22" 334-406-3334 (Dothan) er,$8795,334-792-0946 ; ,--1161
rims, exc. cond., 78K Nissan '08 Altima 2.5 S,
mi., asking $6400 OBO, El KH15k miles, extended
Call (334) 379-5118_______ warranty, 1 owner, like
Call ( new condition, $17,90 Ford '68 F100 step sde.
Camper Top for F-350 Ford, -.-;.e N E L 145IIN G
$650 334-347-0415 or 4- 3 great shape, new mrn. ,, 1%n a 0 l l h i Jr
806-7578 Nissan '74 Datsun 260Z,. 18K mi. back, MSTA TEN CR[ linim ul I h3: pli1 I .,
Neat, will start, needs $6,000. OBO 334-671- Master. bath W/garden tub, shower & 2 sinks. All
restored. $950, Call 334- 3772. BRS have walk-in closets. Large kitchen W/pantry.
S,..- 714-4241. Security system. Wood burning FP. RV hook-up.
a ,: p-Oldsmobile '00 Intrigue, GMrC 85 Cabalero Storage bldg. Storm windows Vaulted ceilings.
Bin ,:. r c- IC'..r s. 110k miles, runs great, Truck. black, Auto.
B~u~ i .,'i- TI. m tT, sacrifice. 430 6-c 2 w Back half of property is wooded. #08-1035 $125,000
must sacrifice.$4300
334-648-3161 exempt, great con..
iii Oldsmobile'78.Needs mi ditioe P owe
Calr. Be B' nr upanclean up. steering, AM/FM
Call334-347-5384 or 334- runs well very
CHEVROLET-'03 Honda '05 Civic Hybrid 447-3237 clean, $4000. Call
TahoeLT.SUV. Black, Gold, 33,000 miles. Plymouth '68 Fury II 334-588-2987
Auto. 8-cyl. 2 WD. Great cond. 40-50 mpg Runs, but needs work.
78,000, excellent $16,500.334-585-3891. ff 4447-
Make offer. 334-447 P
CD, A/C, AM/FM, Jeep '05 Grand Cherokee. 9152. r -5intained oad on North side
stereo, new tires, 58,000 miles. All Hwy You Name It... Acres. Co maintained road o North side
leather int. very miles. Must Sell! Classified Has It!!! :. p fP and a private road on East side. Wet weather area
clean, $16,400. $15,999. OBO Please i-^- iiIr,-1692 $39,500.
Call 334-790-58S. calla360 460-8208 Pontaic '84 Tran.- ,arr. 61TC u ve :,dc possible pond site. MH ok. #07-1692 $39,900.
ram air hard topc o:.r.
Chevrolet '87 Corvette .I vertible, 2 heater er
owner, i2 l.3. ,.r r .. 01 6 Reduced-sacrifice
tras dE: .r-. .,-r., Pin ,..i Grr-ad. Pri. Chevrolet '57 el-Air 4
called. 3.i14'a:ii'9 .... 40 eT anAT. AC door,new eng. & paint,
Chevrole -ria C d .. ... n 1n.~ mcrei la4- w, 75% refurbished.Many
Converti' MOi& Ni r..Ah. IT,, ,.I ,,4 extras Taking bids
er, 70K ,,- .i.:: ,,,8 .i l q .. a 'i.a :14.' S starting at $12, 000. Cll
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72-1531 White, SUV. Auto. 8- Pontiac '00 Trans Am,
yee or 4 WD. 8,oo mi red loaded1 leather, 6 Heavy. ft cks/ HANDY MAN SPECIAL BEING SOLD "AS IS". Great
Exel. cond. 35K miles, 4ED, .en on als location South of Bonifay, beautiful property. Well and
$27,500 850-762-8399 $24985, 334-798-5271. tion, lots of perform-
SanLexus '4 R3 a ace up gr ades. 49' Refer, trailer, 2 side septic property, do not know condition. Househas
CavalierTan, us '04 RX330 50K $13,000. 334-447-8599 doors, roll up back den that could be used as second bedroom. Newbath-
Chevys, PB, am/fm radio sun-rf1MPGcrystal$23,000.e33 or447-8598. door, qUick start, used room fixtures and some building supplies are in the
$6,500.. Call 334-671 -101 or 334-701- Pontiac '01 Bonnevlle, c nt. condon, new house #0845 $5,000
Cevy *68 Bonnevillecellent. Sun, n
4214 or 334-596-0214 6501 white, 6-cyl. CD. 115k motor w/ old motor for
1 0. Ex334-6-8 us '95 mL400, i Very clean, good parts. $6,000. Neg.. Call
ChevyLeus'95 LS400 runs cond. $5000 OO, 334- 334-522-3756
coed. Crimson Red. good, all options, needs 791-1604.
Take over payments 334) 792-4100 1-DELIVERY TRUCK Diesel COTTONDALE 40 Acres has mature
334-796-9929. M 91le.( 1r9 1 or6 .00..-a' timber & homesite on back 20 acres. Front
e iina o da 04' RX 8, 62,000 3 34-7-76-34, 3. -71 20 acres Is wet. Excellent hunting.
e, '3250 original body miles. Runs great. Borla 249. $1,-4-7- J3)
rame 350 en e. AT Cat-back exhaust Take .r3 $ 0.
Trans., extras. Must over pmts. $19k owed. '',.,-.rir.r, "' #6 3$0 0
see to appreciate! Ser- 850-557-6199 .g..,..r ,,rr.r., ... ,,0,Lots in Compass Lake in the Hills
ous Inq. only. $20,000 iSu ii r.,. ,, ,:,,',.g n i,,g at $ 5
obo. 334-372-4122 Mazda '91 MX6 auto, $9000 850638-7296/850- Subdivision beginning at $15,000
Chevy '68 Camero, race fully loaded, 1671k miles, 527-2229. Sunny Hill is a restricted subdivision
car,468 engine, runs 648-3171Mus see! 334 Pontiac'01Grand AM, GMC '06 18ft box truck, die- North of Panama City and the beaches. In
6.50 1/8, beautiful car Red, 4DR, AC, AT, C.D sel, auto transmission
$12,500. 334-687-9788 Mercedes '05 SL 500, sil- AM/FM. Real Clean 27k miles. $23,500, Call area of new Bay County Airport. A-2964
or334-695-4499 ver/ash, loaded $47,500 $4,200.334-792-7814 334-673-4852 #08-1101 $18,000
S334-685-1070 SERIOUS-#0 101$ 0 0
Chevy '91 Caprice, 4-dr. INQUIRES ONLY!! Pontiac '06 GTO, 6.0, Volvo '97 dump truck W- Cerro Gordo Estate, Westville. Enjoy fish-
new paint, Burgundy in 400HP 24,000 miles, 64, tri-axle, 16 ft. body.
& out. Good cond. 96K Mercedes '96 320 SL. Low black in/out, one owner ext. side, R swing barn Ing & relaxing near Choctawhatchee River.
$4,200. OBO or trade, mileage. Call 334-774- $26,000, 850-352- door. $21,900, 334-685-
334-793-7989. 8731 or 797-5130. 3752/850-557-6666 2772 or 334-671-7632 Lot has water & septic. #07-2162 $10,000.


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JIM ROBERTS REALTY (850) 482-4494
ServingJackson & surrounding counties since 1974
For photo tour of listings visit our website at: 1-800-866-4497
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of the Prudential Real Estate Affiliates, Inc. 4 P.. Box 357

i Marianna, Florida 32447

Lakes Drive,

S2128 sq. It. mobile home 4 bedrooms & 2 baths Lakefront on
Lake Denise Office/Bonus room off master suite- #07-2312
2915 5454 10th STREET, Malone. Pristeen home in immaculate
Appala hee condition. Over 1800 square feet of living area, ponderosa
Marianna pine paneling in den and Master Bedroom. 100' x 190' lot
I=I with large oak trees. $129,900.
Waterfront home on Merritt Mill Pond *2BR/2B w/office OR
30R/2BA *18060 sq. ft. home Additional Waterfront lot available
Spiral staircase to silting & viewing area #08-527
S Dr., Alford

*1568 sq. ft. home 3 bedrooms & 2 baths 2t acres COMPASS LAKE 394 LAKEPOINT DRIVEThis home is
249tfront feet on the lake' Dock & 3 outbuildings* #07-1982 situated oh PRIME location of the lake!! It is an
2472 KIwi Trail, Marianna absolute "must see!" Ask for Gina. $495,000

*2sepiclanks-1 lforvisitngcmper'Homerecena ymirnodeled!i*NEW:hardwood
r trop Aria gran co s & |muidrmore!#403-707

Hwy. 71
Si-. Greenwood 2933 GREEN ST. HISTORIC, true victorian
home has been authentically restored. Features
-.f. .f I # of this home include 3 marble fireplaces, 13'
ceilings, heart pine floors & Mohawk laminated
ir ,. .,,,,r[, .,,'.,", "i reouse per acre wood flooring, crown molding thorughout, orig-
Fronts paved road Detailed package upon request* #08-420 final bead-board wainscoting in DR, custom
S 5195 drapes & plantation shutters. $299,900
Smokey Rd.,

SII1 24 e I,,, ,,-,,' ,- .,,h,,',, r +/- acres 500
..i -i ,,, ,-. i,..- j .1 -I ,,d ceiling height
Truck high loading dock *#08-418
Hwy 71 &'I-10,
'i '' e^ being on vacation every day! Beautiful
i ., : ;.'-. i .u -.,i ,, '.h.ll,.' ,... i.. ,al:.. a 0,,jco. hom e, beautiful lake, great
SEWER&'WATER- Co. water detention Deedrestriction apply *#07-3081 workshop/barn, and it's on 4 acres!! See
L7U 21 this one! $359,000
2730 US 231,

Property located '1 mile N. of 1-10 Prime commercial location % Cit _
sewer runs down Hwy 231 Co. water down Barber Rd. on S. side of
property' Home & 32.88 +/- acres #08-566 .
.A i I S IO
L G V3069 56T" STREET 4 bedroom home with
split level design near Jackson Hospital
-l119Aaron Ave.. and Chipola College. Large family room
1'' Gr9arnd RAe. with fireplace, formal LR and formal DR.
Grand Ridge 1 .2 acre corner lot. 196.50fl0


1stin Jackson Co.Certified Energy Slar Home*'2743 sq.ft
*Aditional acreage available 4 bedrooms & 3 baths Central Vacuum
System -TanklessGas Waterheater.GraniteCountertops-#08-629
- 4862DogwoodDr.

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

3060 Hunter Fish
Camp Road

NEW: Carpet, Paint, kitchen appliances, light fixtures & more!
Kitchen with breakfast bar Master with loft area #08-627
2834 Miltonia
Ave., Marlanna

Welcim Crcl Rd.,

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

I r d ,a II n, ,,-l,,,,T,," 'I ,,,I,,,,,,TI . I, 1 I, .1 ,,,,-,, II ,, ,,, ,,,,,,
Family rom fireplace 2 car garage & outbuilding Termite bond #08-885

mw 1441
Church St.,

* 4563 sq.ft. 4BR/4.5B brick home 18 +/- acres Inground
macelite pool Stocked cypress pond #08-1131
3368 Bevia
Rd., Marianna

'. II rlll, Iiiiiiii,, iii i.Al I fi dlI
Remodeled w/dbl pane windows, roof. hardwood & tile flooring &
appliances New gunile inground pool w/salt water system & child
safet lence Formalii & ditm #08-1015
Choctaw Trall,

22 47sq I homeNE mund sp*3badrooms&3Wie
*2 cai alached & 2 car detached gaage w/offie Kichn wew granite Ike
counteilops & cusomCan l -sFamlyroom wfwpl * #08-510
S3623 Greenfield

S .... ... .1 ,, r ... 30R/2B garage w/insilaled
floor Crown molding, base board, valteil ceilings, raid wood &
tile Ilooring Baths w/cultured marble counlortops #08-1103

doublewide with lots
e carport w/shop,
Only $88,900 Can

home at the 8th hold. 3 bedrooms, brick
and in super condition. Dogwood Acres,
Bonifa,' $159900

4715 SHEFFIELD DRIVE Country Club Hills Unit
II. Pristine home in A-1 condition. Great neigh-
borhood near new Marianna High School.

2679 CHOCTAW TRAIL Indian Springs. POOL!
Spacious brick home on wooded, acre lot. Very
well built and energy efficient! Call us! $289,900

U33 unurfioun nu, ieeinwuuu. LULciteu ju:
north of Greenwood off Hwy. 71. Nice brick
home, acre lot; barn, lots of fruit trees.

After ousNmbrs

GinaStuat, C S ... 20-715




621 Parts&Access. 624 Plck-upTrucks 624 PickpTrucks 624 Pick-up Tucks' 627' utility p ility 6 SoU 627 Sp y 630 Vans 900 Legal
7Vehicles ehi cles oVgCleS VehliCles

Camper shell, one yr. old. Dodge 05' 3500 QuadCa Toyota '01 Tacoma Pre- Ford '07 Explorer Eddie Jeep'91 Wrangler, 4 cyl. Nissan04 Quest. White, cause diminution of
Fits F- '99 Black, Dually Cummins Turbo Runner,single cab, 20Bauer, V6,3rd row seat, good shape new top, 58k mi. Loaded, War- property values (Maria-
Like new. $600 Cal Diesel, 69k miles, CD, chrome wheels & side asking $20,975 obo, Call Rhin bed line sprayed ranty, DVD Ent. System, nna City Code, Sec.22-28
334-347-2717. Cruise, $20,500. 850- boards, K&N air clean- 34-797-4576 inside, $6500, Cal 334) Heated Seats, Auto (a) and (b)). The City of
526-2290 days, eves. or, 4 cyl., 2wd, auto,726029 ,Side Door and Rear Mariann hase
$18004RS 80-94-9931 hust, CD, super sharp. Excellent condition, Toyota '07 RAV4 port Door. Great cond. termined the costsof
fr03 ht CD ,o se shar R Exce llent condition, wt8 XMRadio, Siver, PRICED TO SELL, restoration to be more
(850)2009-3453ifno Dodge '01 Ram 1500 La- 334-464-1999 $5,695.334-793-1928. Wantto sell SUV. Loaded. Auto. $14,995.334-701-9099. than 50% of the struc-
answer leave message ramie SLT, x-cab, 5.2 lit- Ford '04 Explorer V-8 34K your automobile? 4-cyl. 2 WD. 18K,Iow tures' replacement value
Vestil new 6'X30'. pro- almost new tires, c- HEVROLET'07 TAHOE mi. New tires, tow miles, sunroof, very or repairs to bringthe
'ms new tires, cus an structure intor
table ramp for sale orto m exhaust, AIWA Z71, 4WD, 13,000 MI., 2 hitch, Grey w/ black lalean, warranty, Like
e.DVDS, NAV., BACKUP bottom. Int. Grey many Classified Ad new. $21,500. (lists dance. Therefore,the
869long term lease. $9,5 898 7.0. sond system, $5,200. CAME-RALEATHER extras. $15,500. 334- Today for 22,400), Call 334-owners of said property
229-Ford '8ToT69-1008r ck,334-898-2537. SEATS, PD 51K, SELL 687-5684 585,2604 or 334-435- are hereby instructed to
624 uSEATS, PD 51K, SELL 687-5684 FOP $3 FIRM Call Jeep '06 Wrar 4O 2116.obtainob a i demolition per-
SFor 8 Truc FOR 369 FIRM Cnall Jeep '06 Wrangler, 4.0L 11 mit, and remove the
Elcouaded -e at cn. ., 6spd, AC, PS, soundbar, structures and clean
624. Pickup Trucks a t c o special wheels & tires, c
S500 Call 791-8695 lots of options. 5k miles the property within 30
S334794-2426 TOOTA $17,lots of options. 5k miles Pontiac '05 Montana SV6 days of this notice.
S T'c$ 2Dark Blue, Van. Auto. 6-
Ford '07 XLT 250 cyl. 4 WD.290CLdJeep '99 Wrangler Sport, 4 ER cyl. 31,000, Loaded, Failure to comply will re-
Supercab 4x4 Diesel. ed, Power brake-,. P- Liter Six. 4 WD, new cloth Power brakes, Power suit in the City of Marian-
Maroon and grey. 6,000 er steering, CO. a C. F.r,d h El.pi..rer LT -I.-" .; i i ') '. Il LI -. ru. r na vacating, demolish-
Dodge '06 Ram, S r mi. Gooseneck ball in AM/FM, stereo runs u' ,,, .rr .. it 'JiM' .' ".1 ",' i ng and removing or
Dodge '06 Ram Si lve, bed E xc e I I e n t well, low mile;. *er CD h, v- ..,.I . ,, ,, ".- -- .. ,T,,=. -, t erwise abating the
Auto.6cyl.2WD.23k, condition. $28,000. Call clean, warranlty. .. -- n- nr i 1 n. -,. L.h nuisance in accordance
Power stee, CD A/C, 334- 693-9220. new. $23,900, 3 7 k PB -4,.2935 n , '. with this order and Ma -
C 0^ Like new: Cust k1 Ex with this order an o d Marl.

ChC686. gu o ard toolbox. 15.695 8k 9:168r4;7-i' GM d 3 34-S E LLo 28.956eexpense9954.ut
owner road miles, 60 p Iind t S. CD. C. F. 'warranty, --- p.- p performance by te City
-f- 790j-r4509 bu uri dr ^I,:,^ $ ,y~ 3.46 Runner '--- ':of Marianna will be
Chevrolet '05 1500 Cr, iesel, Al'9i- R 0ot 4 Runner i~.'' charged against the real
..LSL White. 5.3L, 2WD. tDodge o95 Ram 1500 w/ -L iToyota e '0 4 ,RunnV. property described

27,200 m., F ord '07 FCD0 caIerhell, 30K Sth Whee203K ml,:r 20K mi-., hCatevy seatsITV14 Call(334)797-0768 mi. Electric. Leather, The Jackson Cout Board
nevyCrew, Auto, 4WD. no trades, $47K, Cal A Aut GMC YukonSpoiler, warranty of countD. sioners JimDean
Dual Zone A/Cm CClothhrome (302)545-1158V61,50.334 4 m.t. 4 lr. ut,:rw iui 141K, Loaded,959. l tyM manager wi

-weldrv1 ePDW.alraGMC *07 2500 Duramax. B ker,27WD' ice:, S wOBOn m83508442 Toll k d 5rs, ,. u Jul 4 LFl4194
Tow kg, Alus Whls, Dodge '97 4 l drive, bundy lad doaed e Wr. r moon roof, constitute a lien upon the
4 334-714-0210. Call 334-370-3921 .0 Lkenew.,000 a The Mariann. Marianna. City Co

Suloa ed, Ford 01 F-150 4DR XLT C 07 Damax Diesel Buick 07 Rainier, 1 one $2e000i334-899-5903 Cnt.: i Tn
774-6869. guardtoolbox.$0$5.1 " ike ne. $,000. by the of
extended warranty V8 Triton, 76K, Tow 25 K 8or4i7- $38,5325 00 owner, leather, BOSE, On1 - 850-956-9954.
Chevrolet 'r $15,000 orse! $ 8 726-767 / 1,00 f- b k w n leather. I TOYOTA-'03 Sienna Van Any person wishingto
Cre.Cb.2110 oner sunrooff. ruPr W 1 I Silver 86K Great condi- appeal the decision of
ownerew 6ab 2 0on-, t ,,[,.. ,.r, L, l v the City Manager may do
own334-72road miles 6. 13 tor waranedty. 334-685- 1K w h & Pl, warranty, is n 07 Arma d -. .. social accommodation to in accordance with
V8.334- Mobil693- oil only. All .99 3 Enclosed GMC m 4 1261334-677-3281 t950B 793- acn h ed at 9de

Chevrolet 600 i lverado ,0 num Wheels 12x36 Ra- Hummer 07 H3, $26500, call Jeff 33401-8303 nistrator's assistant no lat-, to consider the adoptiond2-C
eIn every e rMarian City Code, See
$16,500, 5.3L V8, Red, Call 334-774-8731 or campers PS, PB Red8200 mies Red/ orLacy 334-701-6020 ,,erthantothe of the fo22-39 and 22-40.esolu-
Loaded- CD/AM/FM, 797-5130. AM/FM CD Black Leather Seats, meeting. The Administra- tmrinformation call
GMC718 5500, ieselA 'iII 1nerr380 l..I, ',. Leg31rmn E9s0 ,-,,,rDl development De-
A/ rns' iwell 0 Gea io 4 150 Fx4 KSu-r $5500 0 850762-9333 2- - 3 6 u . s d io at (850) 482-
S C ( son8 cuise, tilt air, 11. S Minn, F, 32448, #2008-11 anoniween the ho
ft Western Hauber Bed Chevy '01 Tahoe LT, 116k Lad ,:.LFI 4 830 or (800) east half of City owned
Chevron 0Rover SE 4.6, Tahoe, 4 fu ota '04 4Runner. SR5 Notice of MeetingD. aond maintainehr d .m.
leFord '07 F250. 5 miese w c condition. 13 k mi. ,i su thr 3rd S t loaded, 95K mi., $0, liver, exc cond.67K- Stret located aproxi

Fr798-2115GMC *6 Sierra Z71, loaded, 30ESV, 1 owner, 92 mi., v 334 rkes, Power steering, NOTICEWeOFELECTION afayette Street intersec-6
r s Ca11(334)797-0768 mi Eleetric. Leather, The Jackson County Board JimDean
14,0,00 mi Chrome (302)i, 545 c 1158 still un 8,000 mi. wa t r- ,, , CD, .AC, A M, stey tofCounty Commissioners n e
C 5 12 500 ther alThird row, 18,500 OO. 791-9595. will hold a Budget Work- City Manager
edition. Warranty Bu4ck$007 (3y OBO.3678-350-8442.KTowlPackage,DGoodctires,2 r widsll hold ay ,udtlyrk i ty4,Mar
y100ak mi. PD 52K. Like GMC '07 2500 Duramax. owner, 2WD, 6 cyl., Sil- 00 10,2006 533-42 FTa. Calgtirs Thu 714-9510.rsday July 24, LF14194
'2 e new. $34,900. Call Crew-cab, 8 ft. bed. ver Leather Power, Chevy '06 Tahoe LT "$10,200. Ca714-9510. .0,- ,i;. 830 w, in th
Chevrolet 0 Lcond. ed!$301K, 718-6640. Call 18,000 mi $22500 neg., Loaded 40K mit White optis 630 Vansee $ 0 B J om of the Admi- NOTICE OF ROAD CLOSURE
o3Cab, 4x4 Fleet side, ZR e5334- 714-0210. Call4334-370-739215 w/ Tn. New tires. 2nd riirl334-1 Building at 2864
Ford '01Appearance pkg. Exc. owner, c Cod 1,r.. Street, Marianna, The Marianna City Com-
C o d t o ,f l a e x c ll n t c orc kbo o f b E x t n d.,89 k m is s io n w illt e reco n du c
Condition fullyloaded Ford '01 F- 4DR XLT GMC 07 Dramax Diesel Buick '07 Rainier, 1 one $24,000,334-899-5903 A da th h mission will conduct a
Sd8d1 000. C wr g o8e tr ,8mle s, gTarret- C y $ 00T ,, 22 4 x74, a9 l

extended warranty Tio.6 w 250 mK Wh $38, owner, leatherBOSE On- ndance.withl the puli eaidng onT
33 63136 138torywrranty.33469,O0wmiles pacage,2Tue6r-267. /gray, $21,000 neg, fac- black w/tan leather.Act' persons needing a 6:00 p.m.; in the City
Original owner. $15.00. horse$t2.000, 850-215- 726-2767. /gr y c $1,0 000negefax- blackkw/t4
e334-693-0093. Ford '99 F-350. Enclosed GMC 91' Jimmyl 4x4, 6,2 1 334-77-319 g086
g O w9130 oer205-907-0861 "dck should contact the Admi-u 0 eeti i eredd a et e feon
Red, Call 334-774-8731 or dial wmpers PS, PB, Hummer'07 H326,500, Call Jeff 334-701-8303 nistrator's assistant no lat-to consider the adoption
Loaded,- CD/AM/FM,t .,82 mies, led or Lacy 3314-701-6020. er than 5 days prior to the of the following Resolu-
LoadedC runswel, Greato. 50A. A, Auto, A M CD Black Leather Seats, meeting. The Administra- tion: .
Cn aswell, tFord '04 F50 Fx4 Super $550000850762-9333 ..- -Chi'r,:me 6run ,ur.l. tor's assistant may be con-
NdEsa 12. wth matcn ARE Nissan '07 Titan 56 LE automaticA/C, roof tacted at 2864 Madison Proposed Resolution
080 ,334-35 $15,500, Ca ll (3 34)897- MC 00 Sierra SLE 4itin, xtr 3 18,50 26k, E C , Street, MariannFL, 32448 #2008-11 abandoning the
C 0 15,0002 m Loaded, r o ,ner EddieBauer. Rear air 339 21-33-850) 482-9633, or (800) east half of City owned
Chevroe p x e lentaoe4 Chev '05 Tahoe,
e lt T Ford '05 F-250. m iles. condition Chevrolet Whie, leather, CD, D9337- I 01 Grand Caravon 955-8771(TDD). and maintained Lee
Leather int.. very 4x4, leat. 1 o rd 8 Epediton st3a/ I red, Van. m:Auto. 6- F14172 Street located ap
d.83 g941-26 071128.7 Cadillac '03 Ecalade IXM 2WD 40 500 c 2 WD 120,000 mtely. 700 fe noh of
S5454~)r ~Z7a .e*,n .VaadT ZqkdlcESV t1 o scnahe 9 a. m71, miles, rte Loaded, Power the Bumpnose Rod/L-

590B.334 Sa blact lnew3r5r aegine5 n $650850-547-5 OBO. 334828-1303 I Aur es, Power steering, NOTICE O ELECTION afayet.te Street R
798-216431 0k cuSb, still un- '8000 ml warranty re- $18,500, Cal 334-899- -- -. ----.- brakes, Power steering,$2 8i lo ,0 ,1 r, Iras leaNOTICE OF ELECTIrON fay t St A e
Chevrolet *'064 171 4X4 inch tires, with 20 inch ep '00 Gran '0 nder A/C, AM/FM, ste- tion on the west side of
cablongEbd334-347- 15 or 464-2659e$19,00 (3IiNissan '04 Pathfinder, reruns well, leather TheCityofJacobCity Bumpose Roadwithin
regular ln g e334-347-7353or464-2659 $19,000 M S 793-99367K mies. $ , lists 2WD, int. very clean, $6,200, Florida shall hold an the City of Marianna,
call 334-72,8 -0729 9- ---Infinity '04 FX 45, 3 CHEVrl '04 A albla Z71 Chevy '03 Trailblazer LT, $'13,750, Excel. Condi Ca11334-347-0496. ei Van, t nust 26, Florida,
4 guar, tool b, new all mile8,, b ea n a aex/. condition. Needs Nothing, Ca ir Very clean Exc tioonAug st

cr, gra sh e. Good A/C New rns, new tires, Great cond., Loaded w / options Exc. ed,must see $9950 OBO July1 4, 2008 at B:00a.m mi. $3,500. e
Smi. 334-671-3635. or (334) 372-2415 Call 33or 4-380-4103 (i334)699-8668,803-54910 334-790-2539 334-677-7748/803-3058 n o other on ith pe n
Ford '02 F-150 74k miles, Nissan 04" Frontier XE w/warr,newtires, 334-687-3171 and et d on July 25, 2008 i athv person atimneed
excellent condition, truck 'silver, bedliner, clean,runsgreat!!!!! order, V-8,leather, sun- JeecanCherokeeq4x4, _0053uat 4:30 p.m. Candidates uato ensurethatpatverbatim
4DR, solid white full cd, 5 spd manual,'4-cyl, $3900.(334) 596-5032 roof, blue & tan 89k mil d Je 0 Cherokee r,4,Need a New Home? ng office record of the proceed-

Cr- sy Iri Av Zrl. SELL IT f
towITng pkg. Reduced cod'A ato Find the Right O neod
loaded $15,000. Call pwr pkg, lots of Yaho o! Ho tJobs and the Jackson County Floridan have joined

FNi F.osuper.b forces to bring you qualified candidates from Marianna and beyond.
334-983-1860 46K mi $9,900; t0-54- $5500 OO, Cal (334) ida. e willbe c ildes t
4921v 2WD.'91,000, Loaded, t701-3974 p mJacobmCityiHal which the appeal is to be
Chevrolet '97 Z71. ]BY Nissan '04 Titan Crew Great condo. $12,000 Jeew '01Cherokee, 044, Aa
Llye' TI S re1 based
Burgundy.B Cab, Black, Pick-up. Au- O.B.O. (334) 726-0193. cold AC & CDO ploriaWilson
Automatic to., 8-cyl 4 WD.- 47,000, runs great, new paint.. --. i Clr Interested parties are d n-.t

Loaded, stereo. Off road p0k. White _0797. J 01 rnCre Nissan '06 Pathfinder SE, Ford '03 Windstar, Lt. request may be viewed
aNewdtereo. rwith matching ARE a 077 Ta 5.Jeep '05 Grand Cherokee, Silver, Bose CD-6, sun- Green Minvan. 4k PIBUICNOTICE in the City of Marianne
SGreatcond. $9,400. .Nissan '07 Titan 5.6 LE Gen Mn vn 4
Great. nd. $j,4 aIu. ....- roofThirdRow TowmilesLoaded, new Municipal Development
Ca11334-695-0361. Cab, 15,000, miles. w/ king cab Leather Ford '99 Expedition, extra clean, $18,500. 26k, Exc Cond, $20,990 tires very clean, Great Notice is hereby given to Departmentlocatedat
Loaded, power LOad a d,1 ownr Eddie Bauer. Rear sir, 334-7920645n. $9,800, 791-9484. all property owners, taxzt- 2897 Jefferson Street,d
brakes, power steer- 13,500K m 1. $24,000 3rd seat. 5.4 V-8. Lthr.le of ruarin esso uris
334-794-8295. before Exc. cond. CD changer. Jeep '94 Grand Cherokee, Nissan 06' Xterra S _ _tpe a Mariann e d
log, CD. A/C, AM/FM, umC h-r tI -the City of Marianne. regularbusinesshours
21. stere, low lca orAmess.334- V6. a t. .331,_Florida toat the Marianne or by calling (850) 482-
stereo, low miles, 10am or.Iv. mess. 334- Chevrolet '01 Tahoe LT. $5995.334-794-2935. A2500. Call .) D12 r.&b' i. V. 114 130 CiC Mms io ad-7
e0I 4A leather. I Owner. Ford rr,,,x el.t., 4.6.1531 City Commission has de- 2786.
(ien, warrantyLie9 Toyota '97' Tacoma 200k 85k-mil. Sunroof, 3rd g 1. family, saer J. ',1 Grsan ,rr,. rO r '0 Vu, HB x'oh .r rel' .,.,,.I
new. $31,500. Cal miles, AC, CD, 5 speed, seat. Exc. cond.ben wrecked, .4$62000-4 m.1,17.All 34 1i -xis ,r, rwr- o
85027-1516. good condition, bedlin- $14,500. 334-360-0774.I 01:1, Must see to a.p- -98-1.9 iii. ,,,-. 52, proprl, r,,,:n ,r-'h
Fod 00FISLratwih er & tool box 334-797- Place yourad preciate. (334) 687-0058 00 34.' c. 0 tta,','-:.
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Call Us ForT All Your Real Estate Needs
4257 W. Lafayette
Marianna, Florida 32446

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

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AFFORDABLE New Home in Mariannal This 3/2 w/ 2 car
garage completed in '07 sits on beautiful corner lot.
Comes w/top of the line appliances, upgraded carpet &
vinyl, upgraded fixtures, office space. So much more!
REDUCED! Now $149,900! MLS #: 07-2316
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able in North Oaks Subdivision. This 4/3.5 shows well
from the foyer going into the sunken living room.
Breakfast area & large kitchen w/plenty of cabinets.
Separate DR. New tile, new carpet thru out home. All
new paint. Detailed crown moulding throughout home.
Upstairs bed & bath w/large entertainment.area/multi-
purpose room/office. Lrg back patio. A Must See!
$399,000 MLS #08-975

80-ACRE MINI FARM with 2 years new 3200 sq.ft.
bedroom 2.5 Baths, Designer Finishes, Gourmet
Kitchen with SS Appliances, Study, l1xl1.3 Master
Closet, 2 Car Garage. Under Roof sq. ft., 4,472.
Rocking Chair Front Porch with view of majestic drive,
Screened Porch with Deck Overlooking cleared 20
Acre with stocked fishpond and 20 X 30 Metal barn
with I bdrm apartment. $1,299,000 MLS #: 08-502

Completely updated. All new appliances, all new carpet,
all new tile. New paint. New front deck, new skirting. All
like new. 5 minutes from town. Recent FHA approval.
8,9.000 MIS #: 08-554

south or tniptey. onis 2 story southern livmg home i
inviting from the large front porch to the stariway lead-
ing upstairs. 4/4 & a formal living &dining room with
separate family room is open and flows well. Large
master bed & bath. Comes with 3 car garage Thi
home is impressive! $849,000 MLS #: 08-318

LITTLE DOVE RANCH on 13.6 acres just 40 minutes from PC
Beach. Horse ready. Big grandaddy oaks. Approx. 6 acres of
pasture. Updated farm house and bunk house, fenced, &.
cross fenced. 1/4 acre blackberry orchard w/ irrigation. Large
shop, bam, greenhouse. Beautiful! $274,500 MI.S #:. 08-365

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

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NICE HOME located on paved street in Chipley. Groat
for first time home buyer, retirees, or rental property. This
3/1 house comes with beautiful hardwood floors, well
maintained beautiful yard. 3 car carport. Detatched work-
ohtnn In oiet n-iohhonrhoon$8 004 Mo .#: 440. 8.8O

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

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

w' n r nlr*El' U T 6 rt4nC e RE lS I Im1t ..11 -* r, .iv.| il[
private Springfed Lake in Jackson County! Deed
Restricted! Well & Septic tank, Power. Ready for you to
build your new home Come swim & fish or just enjoy
the view! All for $199,0001 MLS #: 08-292

2751 MUIR LANE -Lovely ZBW1.5 BA tHouse on the s9th
Fairway of Dogwood Lakes. Loft bedroom upstairs, nice
large family room with lots of windows, new flooring. Walk
to the Clubhouse for a round of golf. Enjoy the surround-
ings in the large sunroom. MLS#07-566 $135,000.


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S2BR/2BA town house. Garbage pick-up, pest control
and lawn main Include with rent. Monthly rent and
security deposit is $575.00, six month lease, no pets
or smoking.

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

S4BR/1 .5BA home, fenced backyard, fire pit, all
electric, hardwood floors, $950 monthly rent
and security deposit, six month lease.
* Weekly Vacation Rental Available. 5BR/4BA, pri-
vate beach, dock, gazebo, grill, boat lift. Come
and enjoy the beautiful sunsets on Compass Lake.
$2000 weekly rate.

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

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

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

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Gause & Associates Realty
Highway 71 South
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4325 B Lafayette St.
7965 Hwy. 90
846 Fifth St.
Kathy Milton 5471 Hwy. 71 Chipley
ker / Owner 850-773-7100
Broke I8866-730-7100
Serving Customers In Alabama & Florida
Voted #1 real estate office in our area
(Based on Readers Choice Award).

SMOKEY ROAD 8.79 acres priced at only $5,000+/- per
acre. Would make great homesite only minutes from
Campbellton and Graceville'. Mostly cleared.
MlS#An8fn7 $ 45.000

Lovingly renovated 3 Bed room 2 Bath home in a fantastic country
location on the edge of Marianna. The kitchen is immaculate with
new appliances and custom maple cabinets. Living Room/Dining
Room area has restored hardwood floors and lots of light. New tile,
carpet or vinyl flooring throughout. You'll enjoy the fountains and
iron works in your yard as well. $164,900

Enjoy country living at its finest in this completely refurbished
3BR/2BA mobile w your very own Cypress Pond in the back yard.
Prop features open/split floor plan w Ig ktch & living complete w fire-
place. Mstr BA has sky light & huge walk-in closet. Prop is gorgeous
- see photos or. better vet. in person. MLS # 08-1049 $ 93.300

Very new, well maintained, 3BR/2BA MH on 3.45 acres in a
secluded country locatioRn6 miles outside Marianna. Property is
spectacular w Ig Oaks providing shade for your hm & a Ig deck
that overlooks your own pvt woods. Open fir plan, center island
& picture window in kitchen, walk-in closets in ea BR, lovely mas-
ter bath, plantation blinds, extra insulation, security Ights on each
corner. Come see MLS# 08-821 $109,000


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Spectacular Older Home that has been renovated to please
modern tastes. Home features 3BR/2BA, new wood flooring, 12
ft ceilings, 3 fireplaces, gorgeous molding, 3 porches and a
bright, airy kitchen.You truly must see this home in person; you'll
fall in love. Property includes a 1300sqft apt/studio/mother-in-law
suite. Located in a lovely section of town close to Chipola

FR designer closet & patio ovedrlooking pool. Plantation blinds, treyed
ceilings, nice tile floors throughout home. Lower level features over-
sized entertainment room w wet bar, triple french doors that open to
ool & lanai & oDrivale uest quarters. Imoressive'l #08-1160 $449,900

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whole family at an affordable prices #08-105 $59,000






Beautiful new home in desirable neighborhood. Close to town,
shopping and schools. Built to stringent 130 m.p.h. wind code, with
7/12 roof pitch, CraneBoard siding, 9 foot ceilings, good sense
insulation, thermopane windows, heat pump, solid wood cabinets,
rolled edge counters, 20' sxbxs refrt, smooth top range, land
escaped yard, 2 decks, Realtor owned. MLS# 07-1439 $214,800t

:ouhtl 1otlveted seller-lgriced to move dc .Dualn as acres, short distance to Bay county line. This is a lovely piece of
off of 231 & Church St. Bulldino i sod conditon: plenty of
parking. S ton Heating/AC unf. 2 1atlrooms commercial property. $26,500
plubig and "I.trlcaI.VL #07-2S44. 150,060.

SPRING CHASE LANE Beautiful waterfront lot in Spring HWY 2, BONIFAY, FL
Chase subdivision with 83.46 ft of Merritt's Mill Pond Here is 18 acres of beautiful open land w/some trees. This
frontage. MLS#08-889 $99,000. would make a great home site. Located in the north Holmes
county bordering AL. $114,000

5416 IOTH ST MALONE I ._. i-..
S ,,' ...... I .r I... WARNOCKRD, FOUNTAIN
MLSO8 77Z Nice level 0 lot of 25 acres in secluded area, near Panama City
Located near U.S 231, which takes you into Panama City or
pointss north, $26,500

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4325 B Lafayette St.
482-778 800 852-5755
7965 Hwy. 90
593-0088 209-4936 .
846 Fifth St. The Golden Rule Team
638-2777 866-638- 2777
Kathy Milton 5471 Hwy. 71 Chipley
Broker / Owner a850-773-7100 e866-73 0-7100 E RA tS
Serving Customers In Alabama & Florida REAL ESTATE
Voted #1 real estate office in our area
(Based on Readers Choice Award). ERA Chipola Realty


Sewrlh Ftorida &@ A1abama
4369 ANGELA DR Beautiful. well built 3BR/2BA home priced
to move! Located in quiet neighborhood close to town in Tara (Ae,,/ qw/ r 2 / ,fea,, ,, /,, e
Estates. Homw features open floor plan. large unfinished base- / t/e//v so .
ment, back deck. and shaded yard. MLS#08-806 $179,900.


138 GENE WILLIAMS RD. BR/3BA 4-sided brick home. 3151 4TH ST, MARIANNA
Formal LR & OR w/ separate family room. Large Master BR This Lovely Brick home built in 2006 has 3 bedrooms, 2 baths and
w/ spa tub & separate shower & his & a her walk-in closet, split bedroom plan. Master bedroom has walk-in-closet. $165,000
Custom kitchen cabinets, ceramic tile & hardwood floors.
large rooms, fireplace. 2 car garage, deck. workshop & 2
barns all conveniently located near 1-10 and sits on 10
acres fenced.'Reduced & NegotiableBring ALL Offers'.
MLS#07-735 $300,000.

This Beautiful 2005 Double Wide Caverlier Home has 3 bedrooms,
2 baths, family room with fireplace, on 1.9 acres. $89,500
18496 LIVE OAK LANE, BLOUNTSTOWN Well Maintained
Spacious Home in Live Oak Subdivision Located Just Minutes from
Downtown Blountstown, FL. Property Features a Paved Drive, Large
Shed w/ Covered Fish Cleaning Station & Large Covered Area for a
Boat, Lawnmower etc. Home sits on 3.46 Acres w/ Pond Frontage
and is Nicely Landscaped with a Fenced in Back Yard & has Oak &6
F., ,, ,,.. ,,,'..,,',, ,,, rr,. :. .-r, MLSn08 542 .
'_ -This Custom Built 3/2 Home in boasts large great room w/vaulted
ceilings, elegant(master bath, Jacuzzi tub, bonus room. $325,000

5918 HANSFORD RD Very nice 3/2 on 1+ acres! Enjoy the
country and be convenient toI-10.Completely updated.Custom
cabinets and ceramic tile in kitchen & baths. Nice open deck on
back of home. Detached 2 car garage and nice work shop.
MLS#08-934 $145,0G0.
5821HWY 71, MALONE
Remodeled brick home with 3 BR/1.5 BA between Dothan, AJ &
Malone, FL Home has a fireplace and a beautiful large in ground pool.

HWY 167 MILL POND SPRINGS Beautiful gated subdivision
with 100+ lots. Common areas accessing Mill Pond Spring.
Located less than 45 minutes from Panama City and only 6
miles southwest of Marianna. Includes 3 miles of equestrian
trails, large nature park 30+ acres. scenic walking trails. and
2nd magnitude spring fed creek MLS#07-2739 3308 EASY STREET, CHIPLEY
Like seclusion, this beautiful 4 BR/2BA Palm Harbor DW features
.walk-in closets, FR, LR, stainless appliances, fireplace. $149,000

POBIl1ES. Latedain a prmedeveopmentareaw/hw% yfrontage.oseto
new MaiannaHighSc igh. High icmount&pavedpang lot Waterreten- 3154 CLEARMONT RD, MARIANNA
tow pond an prqpedy. 3.264 sq. It hestiedkeod. l~ eas prib Avalabae
Adjonbpg lot nppUr.12'x240induded. M LS#I 919 $399,000. Beautiful Country place, one acre, near Marianna. Home has
been completely updated, new metal roof, central heat and air,
Siv ,.ri, ,jIt j, b~r S79 900

4328 DEERING ST. $129,900 'AS IS' with Home
Warrantylli940s brick Nantucket Style 4 bedroom. 2 bath, two
story cottage with lots of character. Many updates include: new 2778 FIRE DEPT ROAD, GORDAN, AL
central AC system, refrigerator, stove, flooring in kitchen, living A very comfortable DW w/3BR/2BA, large screened porch, fruit
room, hallway and downstairs bedrooms. Dining room has onigi-
nal'hardwood floor. Firmly priced for a quick sale. MLS#08-996 trees and 9 pecans trees on this lovely 2.92 acre lot. $65,000
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S CAK 0 th eve rem anin sl on 1932 HOLLEY TIMBER RD, COTTONDALE
beautiful Cr Lake. This lake has clear waters and a
sandy shore ine. Enjoy fishing, water skiing,jetsking, orJust 2 warehouses w/3675 & 11075 Sg FtwAoading dock for semis,
relin in ther sunshine. D fon't Wait to ow our 4very ol8 concrete tarmac, 20 acres, 20x55 paint shop, 16x20 glass bead
lake re roat. Adjoining lot also fur sale. Liste for $214 .0
each; you wont find abetter dealt MLS#0840 $214,000. room, 24 Ft ceilings. $249,000

5128 PRESIDENTS CR B, i,,r i6.,'- :p .., ,pi- CIRCLE HILL ROAD, SNEADS
',,,, .'' ,,-,,,-, c.,' , r ,, Located in NE Jackson County minutes from Lake Seminole and
I' ,.n c, i i: a 6000 acres state owned wildlife management area. $72,000
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3 miles from Lake Seminole Boat Landing, 10 acres w/330 road
447O -JN mESL Hrro Het rotlIS HOOA IsE ownuvn frontage, 3 acres of large beautiful oak trees. Owner financing.
or a: o man~ i$78800
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Here is 40 acrqs in AL at the FL Line north of Malone, acreage
4659 THE OAKS DR -- 0. Sr,, .I.i r.. ,t..a ,r. ,r e has some trees & wet weather pond. Additional land available.
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s lovely home site on 0 t hat has some res and open
4634 HW~Y 90 Prime location oe Hwy 90 In Marianna. land. Near bat seclude Alabama's Country Crossings.
14009oe. ft. meel apartment area in rear that could be con-
verted 0 ostorane. Would be groat for retail or office buiilrd- $60,000
log. MLS#08-364 $325,000.

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