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Jackson County Floridan
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Sunday Floridan
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Jackson County Floridan
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Marianna, Fla
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County takes action on package store, landfill and more

,A new liquor store is on tap for Jackson
County, with the development approved
Tuesday by the Jackson County.
Commissioners in a 4-1 vote, with board
member Milton Pittman casting the lone
opposing vote.
The development order will allow the pack-
age store to be built adjacent to Darbee's"
Kwik Stop in Cypress.
The building will include 2,000 sq.ft, with
another 7,715 sq. ft. devoted to parking.
In another development decision, commis-
sioners approved the submission of a compre-
hensive plan amendment for consideration by
the Department of Community Affairs.
If subsequently approved by DCA, the
amendment would allow Waste Management
of Leon County to change the land use on
285 acres of land it bought adjacent to its
Springhill Landfill near Campbellton. The
land is in five.parcels, with the locations sep-
arated by State Road 273.

Jackson County Commissioners approved 4-1 the, construction of a new liquor store in
Cypress. - Mark Skinner / Floridan

Although, according to the landfill manag-
er, there are not immediate plans to expand
the landfill or other WM operations in the.

area, the change of use from Ag 2 to.
Industrial status would set the stage for
expansion or other industrial uses in the

In other action related to development,
Jackson County Commissioners went against
the recommendations of both the planning
staff and the planning commission Tuesday
by approving a sign variance that will allow a
business to put a 3.6 sq. ft. sign in the Oak
Station Shopping Plaza, That's a larger sign
than allowed by'code in the area.
The planning commission itself had depart-
ed from staff recommendations in recom-
mending that the business, Hibbett Sports, be
allowed to go above code somewhat, to three
feet, but only to that level. Jackson County
Commissioners took it a few inches further..
That action came after board chairman
Chuck Lockey wondered aloud why the vari-
ance should be denied. "If three feet, why not
.3.6 feet?," he asked.
; Despite being told that the company had
expressed a willingness to keep the sign to 3
feet in keeping with the planning board's
compromise, county commissioners voted to

See LIQUOR, Page 7A >

Program. could help

some vets find jobs

Some area veterans will
soon have help finding
employment under the wing
of Life Management Center
of Northwest Florida.
The center was recently
awarded a 60t)I.i)0 -grant,
from The Able Trust to
develop a program that will
promote employment oppor-
tunities for veterans who
have mental health diagnoses
or substance abuse problems.
"It's hard enough for peo-
, ple to find employment now
if they don't have any mental
health problems. The people
we work with have addition-
al problems that can really

interfere with finding . and
maintaining employment,"
said Deborah. Mobley,
administrator for Life
Management Center' of
Northwest Florida.
She said the program
would d help eligible veterans
in Calhoun, Jackson, Holmes
and Y sli in -ton Counties;,
which is the four-county area
that the center serves.
She said the need for the
program is high: Of about
12,000 veterans in the four-
county area, 11 percent are
in need of of service related
to a mental health or sub-
stance abuse condition.
"We're moving along with
the program. We've got the
grant so now wearing gear-

ing up for it," said Mobley.
Part'of the funding will
pay for a full-time support.
employment counselor to.
direct the" program, said
Mobley. The money will also
help develop a network
between the program, area
employment centers such'as
the One Stop Career Center,-
satellite Veterans
Administration offices arid
Veterans Service officers.
The program would teach
veterans how to manage their
mental health symptoms and
guide them through the job
search process; including
assistance in filling out
.applications, creating a
resume, and learning inter-
view techniques.

."With some veterans, irri-
tability, depression, anger or
a more severe or persistent
mental health issue can come
into play, which can make it
hard for a veteran to main-
tain job stability," said
She said the program is
h.we designed to help veter-.
ans keep their jobs once they'
are hired. .
; With the grant covering the
expense of the program, par-
ticipating veterans won't be
charged anything for the
service, said Mobley.
Those interested in learn-
ing more about the program
may call Tammy McGlamory
at (850) 482-7441 or Debbie
Sutton at (850) 547-5114.

Deborah Mobley* and Janet Lupher work at the Life
Management Center of Northwest Florida in Bonifay Friday.
- Mark Skinner / Floridan

Two skate parks planned

A skate park is among the improvements planned for Adam
Tucker Wilson Park is Sneads. - Mark Skinner / Floridan

Several community parks-
received state funding for
improvements and new additions
As state funds roll in, Jackson County will have two new
places to go skateboarding, in addition to other improvements
slated for area parks.
Nine Jackson County towns and Blue Springs Park received

over $1.8 million to develop or enhance community parks. The
money comes as a, Flonda Recreation Development Assistance
Program grant.,
The Town of Sneads received $271,222 to be spent on Adam
Tucker Wilson Park in two phases, according to the Florida Park
Service of Department of Environmental Protection.
. At least $97,000 of that will go toward a skate park within the
facility, said Sneads City Manager Ed Kilpatrick.
"We're pretty excited about it. There's not really any in this
area. I think one of the closer skate.parks is in Tallahassee," said
Kilpatnck. "1 think what's interesting is how this got started. We
had a large group of young men and women who came before
See PARKS, Page 7A >

Caputo named county's Red
Cross volunteer of the year
There were .18 single-family
house fires in Jackson County
between July 1, 2007 and June of
this year. Diane Caputo and her
husband Richard were the first
volunteers to respond to about 95
percent of them, according to the
Central Panhandle Chapter of the
American Red Cross.
Diane Caputo was recognized
as Jackson County Red Cross
Volunteer of the year last week.
"The work they do is incalcula-
ble. If we didn't have the Caputos
to help coordinate with other vol-
unteers in Jackson County, it
would make our life at the Red Diane Caputo, left, was recognized as
Ctoss much more difficult," said Jackson County Red Cross Volunteer
Ken McVay, director of emer- of the year last week. - Contributed

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Weather Outlook

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Today scattered, afternoon thun-,
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Low - 730

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day with a slight
' High - 930 chance of a scattered
Low - 73'

Tuesday Partlv clouds for
most of the day. An
High - 930 afternoon shower or
storm is possible.
1 "1 Low - 740 These storms should
be widely scattered.

Wednesday The heat continues.
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SThe Marianna Police
Department listed the follow-
ing incidents for July 25, the
latest available report:
One drunk pedestrian, --J'7
one missing person, one g --
reckless driver, one sus-
picious person, one bur- 'CR1
glary of a vehicle, three *
disturbances, one alarm,
one larceny complaint, two van-
dalism complaints, one suicide
attempt, three public service
calls', two worthless checks, and
12 traffic stops.
The' Jackson County
Sheriff's Office listed the fol-
lowing incidents for July 25,
the latest available report: Two
abandoned vehicles, one alarm,
one animal complaint, one
assist of another agency, seven
civil disputes, one dead person
(hospice), two disabled vehi-
cles, two disturbances, one
found property report, one
escort, one road obstruction,
two juvenile complaints, one
larceny complaint, two noise
complaints, one public service
call, one report of shooting in
the area, three suspicious inci-
dents, one traffic accident, five

traffic stops, one transport, one
violation of injunction, two
warrant arrests, and one 911


M E The following per-
sons were booked into
the county jail during
the latest available reporting
- William Miles, 42, 2754
Barber Road, Cottondale, fail-
ure to appear.
- Dennis Leathem, 57, 3159
Seminole Lane, Marianna, sen-
- Robert Davis, 33, 4330
Pearl St., Marianna, resisting
arrest with violence, disorderly
conduct, battery on a law
enforcement officer.
- Jacob Springer, 32, 4304
Long Shore Drive, Land of
Lakes, hold for Pinellas Co.
- Keith Harvey, 25, 10
Mohawk Ave., Savannah, Ga.,
reckless driving.
To report a crime, call
CrimeStoppers at 526-5000.
To report a wildlife violation,
call 1-888-404-FWCC (3922)..

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Street Address: 4403 Constitution Lane
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$46.12, six months, $92.24, one year, $184.47.


July 27 - Sunday
* The Northwest Florida Quarter
Horse Association Fall Circuit is July
25-27, at the Jackson County Ag
Center in Marianna.

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 loca-
tion, age and schedule details, and-to
reserve a space, call the library at
* Alcoholics Anonymous has an
open meeting each Monday, from 8 to
9 p.m., at the First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia. St.,
Marianna. Use rear church entrance.
* 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, hur-
ricane 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 provided; no cost to
attend. The program kicks off a DVD
series on Parkinson's. Open to anyone
who has Parkinson's disease and their

July 29 - Tuesday
* The Town of Grand Ridge will
hold a public workshop regarding the
Volunteer Fire Department, at 6:30
p.m., in the Grand Ridge Town Hall.
Call 592-4621.
* Alcoholics Anonymous has an
open meeting each Tuesday, from 8 to
9 p.m., at the First United Methodist

Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna. Use rear church entrance.
* The Southeastern Community
Blood Center's mobile unit will be
accepting blood donations at ACI
West,. Sneads, from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.
EDT. Call 526-4403.

July 30 - Wednesday
* Alcoholics Anonymous has an
open meeting each Wednesday, noon
to 1 p.m., at the First United
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia
St., Marianna. Use rear church
* The Southeastern Community
Blood Center's mobile unit will be
accepting blood donations at ACI
East, Sneads, from 12 to 5 p.m. EDT.
Call 526-4403.

July 31 - Thursday
* The Chipola Regional Workforce
Development Board's
Outreach/Economic Development
Committee meets at 11:30 a.m., at the
board office in Marianna. Call 382-
* Alcoholics Anonymous meets,
each Thursday for a "closed discus-
sion," 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 drink-
* The Southeastern Community
Blood Center's mobile unit will be
accepting blood donations at
Campbellton-Graceville Hospital,
Graceville, from 12 to 5 p.m. Call

August 1 - Friday
* The Southeastern Community
Blood Center's mobile unit will by
accepting blood donations at Mr.
Bingo in Marianna, from 11 a.m. to 4
p.m. Call 526-4403.

August 2 - Saturday
* Back to School Fundraiser and
Yard Sale, 7' a.m. to noon, at the
M&M Softball Field, McChapel com-
munity, Old U.S. Road (between Fort
Road and Highway 2) - small and
-plus size clothes, AVON, home decor,
cakewalk, etc. Jackson County Youth
Council will be selling raffle tickets
for a $25 Wal-Mart gift card and
drawing the winner at noon. Raffle
funds help cover JCYC travel expens-
* The Spanish Mission of
Marianna, Chipola Baptist
Association and Florida Baptist
Convention host a community event
from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., in the parking
lot of the old Wal-Mart/Sallie Mae
building, Highway 90 and 71, in
Marianna. There will be prizes, face
painting, bounce house, free food,
music, drama and more. Call Rogney
Paz at 693-0672.
* Cottondale Pee Wee Football and
Cheerleading will have sign-ups
from 9 to 11 a.m., at CHS football
stadium (in trailer). On this day
only, a discount registration fee of
$25 will apply to the first 10 who
sign up in each age division for
football and cheerleading. Call Tony
at 573-1040.
* Marianna Area Youth Football
and Cheerleading will have sign-ups
from 9 to*11 a.m., at Farm Bureau
Insurance. On this day only, a dis-
count registration fee of $25 will
apply to the first 10 who sign up in
each age division for football and
cheerleading. Call Brandt at 209-
* The Jackson County Farmers'
Market is open Tuesdays, Thursdays
and Saturdays, from 6:30 a.m. until
all fresh produce is sold out. This
state certified farmers' market
accepts the FMNP/WIC and Elder
Affairs coupons.

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


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

The Jackson County Floridan will publish news of general inter-
est free of charge. Submit your news or Community Calendar
events via e-mail,; fax, (850) 482-
4478; mail, Editorial Department, P.O. Box 520, Marianna, FL
32446; or hand delivery, 4403 Constitution Lane, Marianna.
Fees may apply for wedding, engagement, anniversary and
birth announcements. Forms are available at the Floridan
offices. Photographs must be of good quality and suitable for
print. The Floridan reserves the right to edit all submissions.
The Jackson County Floridan (USPS 271-840) is published
Tuesday through Friday and Sunday mornings. Periodical
postage paid at Marianna, Fla.
Send address changes to Jackson County Floridan, P.O. Box
520 Marianna, FL 32447

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Guest Opinion

Is McCain '08


Dole '76?
WASHINGTON - It's an election between old The Republican presidential candidate is a
former war hero and seasoned senator who would be
the oldest president in history when he starts his first
term. His opponent is a much younger, charismatic
The Republican's age and health are campaign
issues, as is his temper. Falling behind in the polls, he
attacks the news media for its biased coverage of the
So whose idea was it to rerun the 1996 Bob Dole
presidential campaign in 2008? I heard rumblings of
John McCain-as-Bob Dole a few weeks ago while in
Maine on vacation. A staunch Republican - who'll
vote for McCain without enthusiasm - nevertheless
said he's worried about November. It feels like Bob
Dole all over again, he said, shaking his head. And
that was before the latest series of McCain gaffes.
Comedian Jay Leno said Wednesday night, "I
don't want to... say McCain is running a lackluster
campaign, but his Secret Service codename is 'Bob
Dole."' The way it looks today, McCain could be
headed for the same outcome as Dole in 1996, who
lost to incumbent Bill Clinton 49 percent to 41 per-
- cent. Several polls show Obama with a comfortable
. lead nationally over McCain.
But it's way too early to crown Ob.ama the victor,
as some political observers seem eager to do.
Anything could still happen in the 100 days until vot-
ers go to the polls. McCain could shake the percep-
v tion that he's faltering. After all, he has already
proved himself a political Lazarus once in this cam-
paign. He had been given up for politically dead last
summer and came back stronger.
3 And yet, comparisons with Dole are striking. Dole
v was 73.on Election Day 1996 when he lost to incum-
, bent Bill Clinton, 50. McCain will be 72 in
- November, and Obama 47.
Like Dole, McCain.has faced age and health
issues. Both ran for president as cancer survivors.
- McCain so far has avoided the kind of embarrassing
moment Dole had when he fell off a stage during a
campaign event, raising questions about his agility
and ability.
But the constant coverage of McCain's misstate-
ments has led to questions about whether he's show-
ing his age. His staff insists that anyone who's
onstage with reporters all day is bound to misspeak,
so what's the big deal? Even Mother Nature failed to
cooperate. Hurricane Dolly kept McCain from what
was to be a high-profile trip to an offshore drilling
How bad is it for John McCain? The man who
once was called the media's darling now pursues the
classic loser strategy of bashing the news media.
McCain basked in media love in 2000 when he was
the "maverick" running against George W. Bush in
the Republican primaries.
SNow McCain whines that the news media is in
love with Obama. McCain put up a Web video with
sound bites of silly media types blathering about how
impressed they are with Obama. It's sickening to
watch the sycophants, but it also makes McCain,
seem jealous of their attention.
Dole, in the final weeks of the '96 campaign, com-
. plained bitterly that The New York Times would run
only "anti-Dole" stories and didn't pay enough atten-
tion to fundraising scandals surrounding Clinton.
Nothing says loser louder than complaining about
the media: Surely, someone could have learned that
since the first George Bush, running against Clinton
in 1992, put out "Annoy the ihedia. Vote Bush"
bumper stickers. '
McCain did get a boost when The New York
Times failed to run his op-ed, because it provided
fodder to McCain's argument that he has been
wronged. The same newspaper broke the story about
McCain's close friendship with a woman lobbyist.
McCain should not be surprised that Obama
reaped lots of good coverage on his trip to Europe. It
was McCain after all who goaded Obama to visit
"i- aq, even putting a counter on the McCain Web site
to show long it had been since Obama's first visit.
. McCain evidently isn't much of a chess player.
. Anybody could have anticipated that Obama's next
move would be to extend the trip to so that he could
- walk on the world stage.
- Obama goes on a world tour and gets compared to
C JFK. Poor McCain may be this year's Bob Dole.

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grant the larger variance any-
In comments after the vote,
Lockey made reference to the
difficulties that the business
community at large is going
through in these tough eco-
nomic times.
In other news regarding
development, Jackson
County Commissioners
approved the final plat for the
Enclave at Spring Creek, a
major private subdivision.
The subdivision is to be
located on Turner Loop off
Highway 90 east of

Caputo Continued From Page 1A

agency service for the chapter. "House fires hap-
pen 24 hours a day, and she almost always there
to help. Being in Jackson County and being
familiar with the area, her response time is pret-
ty quick."
The Caputos declined to comment on the
honor, saying it was best for volunteers not to
boast as' individuals, so as not to detract from
the hard work put forth by the entire team of
In a news release, the Central Panhandle
Chapter of the American Red Cross expressed
its pride in having her on the team:
"For years, Caputo has donated her time and
efforts into. spreading the word of the Red

Cross and its mission. In the last two years, she
has been an active member of our Disaster
Action Team (DAT). Being a DAT member
means being ready to respond to local disasters
in a moment's notice. Caputo has responded to
numerous disasters in Jackson County, many in
the middle of the night. Her selflessness and
desire to help- others is shown ih her actions,
and the Red Cross is proud to have her as a vol-
unteer." '
The Central Panhandle Chapter of the
American Red Cross serves Bay, Calhoun,
Gulf, Jackson, Holmes and Washington

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the town council with their parents
and asked if it was possible to get
something like this here."
Kilpatrick said the town staff began
researching the concept, and learned it
was possible to bring a skate park to'
"We been in contact with several
vendors to look at what type of ele-
ments would be used in the skate
park," said Kilpatrick. "We did some
preliminary work and took a look at
some other skate parks. One thing we
like about a skat e park is that its a
facility that won't require a lot of
maintenance, and therefore not
require a lot of operating expense.
That's an important developmental
element for a recreational area."
He also check on whether the town
would be subject to increased liability
in providing a skate park.
'There is a Florida Statute that
addresses that in, in laymen's terms,

skate boarding is considered an activ-
ity of inherent risk and since it's des-
ignated by the state as that type of
activity it essentially absolves and
agency of liability," said Kilpatrick.
He said the skate park could consist
of a variety of elements, including
pipes, ramps, and even a skateablee"
picnic table made of recycled high-
density plastic. .
While all the details have not yet
been ironed out, Kilpatrick said some
type of registration, would be imple-
mented for skate park users. .
"And there will be some rules.
Probably we'll say that anyone under
16 would need adult supervision and
those older than that could come on
their own," said Kilpatrick.
People can expect to see the skate
park'up and running around the spring
of 2010, he said.
The town is currently working on
Phase V projects funded by FRDAP

money, said Kilpatrick, which
includes a ball field, additional picnic
areas, improved parking lot and an
exercise trail for Adam Tucker Wilson
-The skate park will be constructed
in Phase VI, which will also include
the renovation of the park's rest rooms
and concession stand.
Half -of the money, $135,611, will
be used on Phase VII, which will pur-
chase a new multipurpose field and
rest room for the park.
The Town of Malone is also plan-
ning to use some of it's FRDAP.
money for a new skate boarding park.
Malone received a total of $271,222
for two phases of development at
Johnny Williams Memoial Park. Half
of the money will be spent on Phase
IV, which consists of building a new
playground, exercise trail and parking.
The other half will go to Phase V,
for the skate park, a new exercise trail

and parking.
Jacob City will build a new play-
ground, picnic facilities and a rest
room in its Phase IIIn FRDAP project
at Jacob City Park.
A total allowance of $271,222 will
be used for Phase HI, as well as Phase
IV, which will develop a new exercise
trail, volleyball court and parking for
the park.
The City of Marianna received
$135,611 for, its Performance Arts
Park, to be located located off
Madison and Lafayette Streets; and
$135,611 for the Phase .HI project at
the MERE.
SMoney for the Performance Arts
Park will buy horseshoe pits, a shuf-
fleboard, multi-use bicycle trail, pic-
nic pavilion and security lighting.
The MERE Phase III project con-
sists of a new bike trail, football/soc-
cer field, picnic pavilion, rest room,
and renovations on an existing base-.

ball field and rest room.
The Town of Greenwood . also
received money for two projects.
In its Greenwood, Park Phase II
project, $135,611 will be used or a
new playground and basketball court
Another $135,611 will go to
Greenwood Park Phase 111, which will
also go toward a new playground, bat-'
ting cage and dugout benches.
The City of Graceville received
$135,611 for Mill Creek Park, where
the money will go toward a new play-
ground, bike trail, rest room and park-
Phase HI at Donald Smith Park iin
Alford will be funded with $135,611
for a new football field.
Jackson County also received
$135,611, to be spent on Blue Springs
Park for a new fishing pier/canoe
launch, picnic pavilions, a nature trail
and parking.


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3960 Lafayette St
Marianna, FL 32446
Clarence Elton Register

Clarence Elton Register,
husband of Jewellene Holley
Register, went to be with his
Lord on Friday, July 25, 2008.
Born on Sept. 26, 1926, he
lived -most of his life in
Cottondale, where he worked
with other family members at
Register Meat Company.
After serving his country in
the United States Navy during
World War II, Mr. Register
returned home and became
active in the community. He
held the office of Mayor of the
City of Cottondale for several
years and served as a deacon
at the First Baptist Church of
Cottondale for an extended
period of time.
He loved his family and will
be greatly missed by them.
Hunting and fishing were. his
favorite hobbies.
Mr. Register was preceded
in death by his parents,
Sparksman Ezekiel and Julia
Cain Register;'. two sisters,
Lucille Jackson and Ellen
Bottoms; four brothers,
'Sparksman Ezekiel Register
Jr., Harry Register, Burgess
Register and Charles L.
Survivors include his wife
of 59 years, Jewellene Holley
Register of Cottondale. He
also leaves behind a daughter,
Judith Register Williams and
her husband, Roger, of
Marianna; two sons, Barney
Register and his wife, Sandra,
of California and Terry

Register of Utah. Other sur-
vivors include a brother, John
Perry Register and wife, Betty,
of Pensacola; and a host of
grandchildren and great-
Visitation for Mr. Register
will be held on Saturday, July
26, from 4 to 6 p.m., in the
Marianna Chapel Funeral
The funeral service' will be
held on Sunday, July 27, at 2
p.m., at the First Baptist
Church of. Cottondale, with
Dr. W. Wiley Richards and the
Rev. Jack Brock officiating.
Interment will follow in the
.First Baptist Church Cemetery
in Cottondale.
Marianna Chapel Funeral
Home is in charge of arrange-
Expressions of sympathy
may be submitted online at

James & Sikes Funeral
Home - Maddox Chapel
4278 Lafayette St.
Marianna, FL 32446
www.j amesandsikesfuneral-

Katelin N. Conrad

Katelin N. Conrad, 5, died
Thursday, July 24, 2008, in
She is the daughter of
Steven Conrad and Deidre
Cox Conrad. Other survivors
include her paternal grandpar-
ents, Steve and Marsha
Conrad of Cypress; maternal
grandparents, Raymond Cox
Sr. and Frances Lansing; step
mother, Christina Conrad; one
step sister, Jasmine Yard of
Cypress; aunt, Stacey Fuder;
special great-aunts, Martha Jo

Rogers and Margaret-
LaWarre; three first cousins,
Brittany and Brandon Fuder,
and Tyler Jones; and many
other great-aunts, uncle's,
cousins and friends.
The funeral service will be
at 2 p.m., Monday, July 28, at
Maddox Chapel, -with the
Revs. Alan Nichols and
Wallace Godwin officiating.
Burial will follow in Cypress
Cemetery with James & Sikes
Funeral Home - Maddox
Chapel directing.
The family will receive
friends from.6 to 8 p.m.,
'Sunday, 'at James & Sikes
Maddox Chapel.

James & Sikes Funeral
Home - Maddox Chapel
4278 Lafayette St.
Marianna, FL 32446
Richard Dennis Bennett

Richard Dennis "R. D."
Bennett, 85, of Greenwood
died Thursday, July 24, 2008,
in Marianna.
R.D. was born May 23,
1923, in Dellwood. He gradu-
ated from Greenwood High
School and attended the
University of Florida in 1942,
before volunteering for the
United States Army. He
served in the U.S. Army
Infantry from 1943 to 1946
and received a battlefield
appointment as Company
Commander of the 36th
Division for bravery and lead-
ership in combat in the
European theater, as well as a
-Bronze Star and Purple Heart.
He owned and operated a
general merchandise store

from 1946 to 1966 and started
a successful cattle and farming
operation. R.D. was active in
many agricultural and com-
munity organizations, serving
as president of the Florida
Cattleman's Association,
charter member and first pres-
ident of the Jackson County
Cattleman's, Association,
board member of the Jackson
County Farm Bureau,. presi-
dent of the Florida Foundation
Seed Producers and president
of the National Limousin
Breeders Association. He was
agricultural. adviser to 'former
Gov. Lawton Chiles and for-
mer Commissioners of
Agriculture Doyle Conner,
Bob Crawford' and current
Commissioner . Charles
Brornson. He was named
Cattleman of the Year and
Outstanding Agriculturalist of
the Year in 1994.:
R.D. was a loyal Gator and
was named an honorary mem-
ber of the University Block
and Bridle Club. He loved
Chipola 'College and wag
awarded Life Membership in
the Chipola College
Appreciation Club for support
and service to the college. He
particularly enjoyed attending
and supporting the basketball
and baseball programs. R.D.
was a member of the
Greenwood Baptist Church
and loved the outdoors, espe-
cially hunting and his beloved
bird dogs.
He is survived by his wife
Jacqueline Potter Bennett of
Greenwood; son, Richard
Dennis A Bennett Jr. of
Greenwood; daughter, Scarlett
Bennett Clements and hus-
band, Steve, of Ormond
Beach; grandsons, Richard
Dennis "Ben" Bennett III,

Anthony John Bennett and
Drew Elliot Bennett. He is
also survived by brother,
Hiram Bennett and wife,
Nettie Jo, of Sneads, and sev-
eral nieces and nephews. He is
preceded in death by parents,
Luther Elijah and Polly
Mooneyham Bennett.
The funeral service will be
at 2 p.m., Sunday, July 27, at
Maddox Chapel, with the Rev.
Ronnie Wright officiating.
Burial will be in Greenwood
Baptist Cemetery with full
military rites given by Sneads
American Legion Post 241.
James & Sikes Funeral Home
- Maddox Chapel will direct.
The family will receive
friends Sunday, at 1 p.m., one
hour prior to service, time at
James & Sikes Maddox
In lieu of flowers, the fami-
ly requests donations be made
to either the Chipola College
Foundation (3094 Indian
Circle, Marianna) or the
Greenwood Baptist Church
(P.O. Box 249, Greenwood).
The family would like to thank
the staff at Emerald Coast
Hospice, Courtyard and
Jackson Hospital, and espe-
cially, Dr. Joe Gay, foi their
support and aid.

Funeral Home
8261 Highway 90
Sneads, FL 32460
(850) 593-9900

Linda Francis
Herndon Holloway

Linda Francis Herndon
Holloway passed away peace-
fully, in her home, and into the
arms of her Lord on July 26,
2008. She was surrounded by

her family in Sneads.
Visitation will begin at 5'
p.m., Sunday, July 27, at
Lanier-Andler Funeral Home.
in Sneads.
The funeral service will be
Monday, July 28, at 11 a.m., at'
Sneads Assembly of God
Church in Sneads, with inter-
ment following at Shady
Grove Cemetery, Grandc
Linda was born on Oct. 19,
1944, in Panama City, to Mary-
Francis Turner and James
Robert Newman. She was a
lifelong resident of Sneads,
and graduated from Sneads
High School. She served as
,the Town of Sneads City Clerk
for 33 years. She .was a mem-
ber of the Sneads Assembly of
God Church. She adored her
grandchildren and was always
proud to be called "Nanny."
She is survived by her hus-
band, Raymond Holloway of
Sneads; two sons, Bobby
Hemdon and wife, Paula, of'
Ocala, and Billy Herndon and
wife Janice of Odessa; one-:
daughter, Shay Chapman and
husband, Kevin, of'
Tallahassee; grandchildren,
Caleb Herndon, Blake
Hemdon, Misty Keough and ^
husband, Ted, Melenie Roe;.
Jessica Roe, Mary Beth
Shields and Carson Chapman;
great-grandchild, Landon -
Keough; and two brothers, -
James Robert Newman of:
Ypsilanti, Mich., and Bill'-
Turner of Sneads.
Flowers are being accepted,
or contributions can be made
to Covenant Hospice, 4349
Lafayette St., Marianna, FL,
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Notice is hereby given to all property owners,
taxpayers and citizens of the City of Marianna,
Florida that the Marianna City Commission
vill'meet in public session at 6:00 p.m. on
Tuesday, August 5, 2008 in the Commission
Chambers at City Hall with adoption of the
following proposal to be considered:

:1. Whether the Commission should adopt the
following ordinances entitled:


2. Such other matters as may come'before the

The ordinance is on file and may be obtainel
-or inspected from the office of the City Clerk
in City Hall located at 2898 Green Street,
Marianna, Florida during regular business
hours. All persons owning land, having an
interest in the above proposed ordinance, or
being otherwise affected are invited to attend
and be heard.

'Kim Gainer
City Clerk

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Local students prove
that they can follow
the dress code
and still look good.
Left: Jade Williams goes for comfort, style
and dress code compliance in a loose-fitting
T-shirt (free of any offensive, alcohol or drug-
related slogans), shorts that sit at his waist
and shoes that are made for walking .

Right: Desteni Barnes has others green with
envy as she steps off to school with appropri-
ate style. Note that Barnes is wearing a shirt
underneath her green buttoned polo.
According to most school dress codes, stu-
dents must wear a shirt tucked into their
pants. A jacket or button/zip-up blouse is
allowed to be worn on top. Her pants are rip-
free, which goes well with the "no holes" rule
most dress codes require in the pants depart-

By most dress code standards,
these are a big. fat NO:
* Loungewear: Leave the jammies at,
* Hats b hnd.nin.,,. or head gear.
* Hooded tops
* Clothing that conveys offensive, alcohol,
tobacco or drug-related concepts.
* Underwear should be worn, but not dis-
pla\ed. Keep thoi�e pants up and [hose skirts
and dreses at knee-length.
* Tight Or too- loose clothing: Make sure
there's room to breathe and make sure things
won't fall off or down.
* Wallet chains or dog collars.

Don't allow worry to hold you back

Some years ago, I had a very vivid
I was driving down a rural highway
and it was dark. There were no street
lights and' the woods were vast on
either side.
I'm not sure why, but I was abso-
lutley terrified that a deer would run
out in front of my car and cause me
to crash.
The thought consumed me. My

hands were cramped tightly on the
steering wheel. My eyes weren't
focused on the road ahead, but on the
sides of the road, on alert for any
My heart jumped with every
falling leaf.
' Suddenly, something came out of
the dark and was coming right
toward me fast.
I gasped, shut my eyes, slammed

my brakes and spun my wheel; hop-
ing to avoid the deer.
\ My car pounded into trees, spun
and slammed to a halt.
I opened my eyes and saw that my
leg was badly broken. I was bleeding
everywhere. The car, I could tell, was
crumpled around me.
I looked up and saw the wind-
shield, intact, with a big, white moth
plastered on the outside.

There never was a deer.
I crashed for a moth. It was the
wuorr ing that killed me.
,As an opportunist, my worst night-
miare is not death. My worst night-
mare is not making the most of the
life I've been given.
So often we cause trouble by bor-
rowing trouble. Don't let worry
throw you off course, or even worse -
hold you back.

Ben is a 3-month-old
Skinner / Floridan

male mix. - Mark

Lacey is a 4 to 6-week-old female border
collie mix. - Mark Skinner / Floridan

Misty is a 3-month-old female mix. - Mark
Skinner / Floridan

Ron is a 3-month-old male mix. - 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 www.partnersfor-
Dog Obedience Training classes are
being offered at the Partners for Pets

shelter on Saturday mornings, from 8 to
9 a.m.
The class trainer begins with basic
obedience training, with more advanced
classes available. He is a state certified
trainer of dogs and is an AKC Good
Citizen Evaluator. The $5-an-hour fee

goes directly to the shelter. The trainer
can be reached at 693-0908 or 482-4570
for more information.
Partners for Pets welcomes volun-
teers. If you have extra time this sum-
mer, are 14 and over, and would enjoy
socializing and helping care for the

pets, please call us. Our shelter hours
are Monday through Friday 10 a.m. to
3 p.m. and Saturday 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Donations of cat litter, trash bags,
paper towels or bleach will be grateful-
ly accepted

J.C. Life


Kate McCardell

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2B " Sunday, July 27, 2008 * Jackson County Floridan

Recognizing potential

It has been said that
"everyone has some type of
At an early age, the family
and those closest to a child
are able to see, up close and
personal, the strongest
attributes of a child.
Those responsible for a
child should also realize the
shortcomings of a child, and
what guidance will be need-
ed to help with that child's
Unless you are a child
genius, most talents are dis-
covered as an individual
grows older.
For every one of us, soon-
er or later the word "poten-
tial" will come into play (in a
serious way). "Potential" can
be for the good or the bad.
Webster's New World
Dictionary defines "potential
as; that can be, but is not yet;
possible (a potential leader;
a potential source of trou-
As a youngster grows
mentally and physically, the
word "potential" will
become more emphasized.
Some of our teachers will
try to encourage students by
doing their best to help stu-
dents increase their knowl-
edge. Teachers are invalu-
able when it comes to help-,
ing our youth grow toward
their goals. Other educators
will tell some of their bright-
est students that they have
the potential to become doc-
tors, lawyers, engineers or
politicians, and to reach
other high paying occupa-
Many young athletes with
talent, size, speed, or a
strong mentality are told by
their coaches or mentors that
they have the ability or
potential to become very
"Potential" is a powerful
sounding word, but it is also
a word that means absolute-
ly nothing without a few
other words.
One of these extremely
important words is "action"!
There have been many times
throughout history that a tal-
ented person that seems des-
tined for success fails to
reach his or her expected
goal. When I think about
"expected goals", the imme-
diate question that comes to

my mind
is, "whose
tions are
we talking
abo u. t
T h e
exp.ecta- '
tions of
family Thomas
members, Vincent
friends Murphy
and peers
can put
tremendous pressure on a
person trying to reach their
goals. This can cause stress-
ful situations, resentment,
depression and isolation;
which could affect a person's
mental and physical health.
Negative feelings of doubt
can creep into the scenario.
I feel that in order for
someone to reach a high
level of their "potential",
other' ingredients must be
added to the mix. We must
help our children by adding
encouragement, showing
interest, giving support, and
giving honest answers that
will help lead them in the
proper direction.
If you aren't capable of
giving the proper answers to
some of the questions asked
by children and young peo-
ple, look up information on
the Internet, or find someone
who can give the correct
answers (being sure of infor-
mation is crucial).
Education plays a major
role in helping to prepare an
individual who is trying to
reach his or her greatest
I personally'believe that
having a strong belief in God
first, and then believing in
your ability, is unparallel in
No one can determine
what life has in store, for
them, but each of 'is can
determine what goals we
would like to reach.
Desire, determination and
making positive choices will
help give you the best oppor-
tunity to be successful in this
In the final analysis, what
you decide to do with your
life will lead you. on the path
to failure or success. I hope
your "potential" leads to
much success!


Kasen Herndon

Herndon turned 2 years old

Kasen Andrew Herndon,.
son of Dana and DeAna
Herndon, celebrated his sec-
ond birthday, May 8, 2008,
with an Elmo-themed party at
his home in St. Augustine.
The backyard was decorated
with Elmo balloons, Elmo
pifiatas and an assortment of
Elmo party items.
Everyone sang "Happy
Birthday" as the candles were
lit on the Elmo Birthday cake.
Kasen sang along, and with
the help from .his big brother
Quen, blew out his candles.
Guests were served barbe-
cue ribs, baked beans, salad
and chips, along with birthday
cake and ice cream. Kasen's

guests were given gift bags
filled with goodies as they
After dinner, Kasen opened
his gifts and went sliding on
his new water slide with his
Kasen is the grandson of
James and DeDe McMillian of
Grand Ridge; Buddy and
Debbie Shiver of Eastpoint;
and Dale and Donna Jo
Herndon of St. George Island.
He is the great-grandson of
Helen Hicks of Eastpoint.
Out-of-town guests includ-
ed James and DeDe
McMillian of Grand Ridge,
.and Shade and Dana
McMillian of Tallahassee.

Gage Burnett

Burnett celebrates 1st year

Gage Allen Burnett cele-
brated his first birthday with.
family and friends on Sunday,
July 13, 2008, from 2 to 5 p.m.
The birthday boy and guests
had hamburgers, hot dogs,

club sandwiches, cake and ice
The children that attended
got to play in a swimming
pool and on the slippy slide.
Gage turned 1 on July 14.

Avery and Johnny Conrad of
Cypress, and James Avery of
Marianna; and Brenda Miller
of Dothan, Ala.
A Hannah Montana-themed
swimming party was held at 2
p.m., July 26, at her home.

Parker William Melton

Melton celebrates 2 years

Parker William Melton
turned 2 years old on July'6,
Parker is the son of Will and
Julie Melton, and has one sis-
ter, Payton Brooke Melton, 7.
Parker celebrated his birth-
day Sunday, July 6, at his
home, with a "Backyardigans"
birthday party.
After snacks and his

"Backyardigans" birthday
cake were served, Parker
opened his gifts with the help
of his big sister, Payton.
Approximately 40 family
members and friends attended.
Grandparents are Frank and
Joyce Bylsma, Christene and
Jcrre Nettles, Robert Purvis
and Kirby Melton.

Mr. and Mrs. William H.
Watson of Chipley are proud
to announce the upcoming
marriage of their daughter,
Allison Marie, to Mark S.
Bubriski, son of Mr. and Mrs.
John P. Bubriski of West
Stockbridge, Mass.
Allison is a 1999 graduate
of Chipley High School. She
received a bachelor's degree in
Communication Disorders
from Florida State University
and , a master's degree in
Speech-Language Pathology
from the University of South
Alabama. She is currently
employed at. Blountstown
Health and : Rehabilitation

Keeleigh Spooner of
Marianna celebrated her
fourth birthday on July 23,
She is the daughter, of
LeighAnn Spooner and Jimmy
Spooner of Marianna.
Grandparents are Patricia

Jackson County Life policy

* 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.
Al] other btrthdays. including those signifying special
birthdays such as 40th or 50th , must run as paid ad ertise-
* Weddings - $35 for the first 250 words. $20 for an
additional 150 %\ords. One photo is allowed per wedding.
* Engagements - $35 for the tirst 250 words. $20 for
an additional 150 words. One photo is allowed per engage-
* Anniversaries -- Free for the 50th, 75th and any
anni eraries 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 RO.
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.

Mark is a 1998 graduate of
.The Hotchkiss School. He
received his undergraduate
degree from Dartmouth
College and his master's
degree from Harvard
University. He is employed as
the Florida Communications
Director for U.S. Senator
Barack Obama's presidential
The couple will exchange
vows November 29, 2008 at
2:00 pm at Grace Assembly of
God in Chipley. A reception
will immediately follow the
All family and friends are
cordially invited to attend.

The itch that won't quit


I itch.
As I write this, I am trying
mightily to keep from remov-
ing my fingers from the key-
board and raking them across
the ugly, raised red patch on
my shin. Or the one ringing
my wrist. Or the one spread
across my forearm. Or the one
slightly north of my pinkie
toe. Or the one shaped like a
chain of Caribbean islands
two inches from my belly but-
When I moved from the
country to the city, I thought
the poison ivy threat level had
dropped from red to yellow on
the Department of Homeland
Security's Evil Plant Advisory
System and my horrible expe-
riences were all behind me. I
was wrong, and I've got the
blistered skin to prove it.
Stupid yard work.
I had been putting it off for
a while.
"This weekend, I'm going to
get out there and take care of
that mess by the front door," I
told my wife.
That was sometime around
May. Of last year. Frankly, I
was just tired. I spent 14
springs and summers unsuc-
cessfully beating back the bri-
ars and weeds from the sag-
ging front porch of our
"charming fixer-upper with
breath-taking views and
recently installed indoor
At the new old house, I did-
n't particularly want to mow,
trim or mulch with any regu-
larity and would gladly accept
the Crappiest Yard of The
Year Award at the annual
neighborhood block party.
Eventually though, the mess
by the front door began to
overwhelm the house. Vines
snaked up the chimney and I
dreamed one night they went
over the top, slithered out the
fireplace and choked me to
death while I danced with a
polar bear wearing Abe
Lincoln's hat. It was a pretty
disturbing dream.
"This weekend, I'm going to
get out there and take care of
that mess by the front door," I
told my wife for roughly the
73rd time. To her shock, I did
just that. She dived right in
there with nie, cutting and

pulling. We discovered a lost
Boy Scout troop, the set of a
new Tarzan movie and that
front window we'd forgotten
about. Actually, just the win-
"It's a good start," I. said
after we'd piled the trimmings
by the curb. "In a couple, of
years, I'll hit all those other'
trouble spots."
At that point, I was unaware
of the trouble spots festering
on me.
I awoke the next day to
minor itching.
"Was there any poison ivy in
that mess?" I asked my wife.'
"I don't know."
"Did .you do the rhyme
warnings before we started?"
"What are the rhyme warn-
"You know, leaves of three,
let it be?"
"Berries white, run with
"I didn't do any rhyme
"Hairy vine, no friend of
"Nope. Didn't do it."
"So, I spend an. entire 20
minutes of my Saturday after-
noon doing back-breaking
labor and you, painfully aware
of how unobservant I am in
,most circumstances, fail to do
even the most rudimentary of
rhyme warnings. Well, I've got
some new ones for you. I'm
starting to itch, and it's a son
of a *%$! I'm turning all red,
just shoot me in the head."
I woke up the next morning
- on the couch, after my unfor-
tunate outburst, which I apolo-
getically blamed on urushiol
intoxication - to a full-blown
Co-workers' and family
members alternately recoiled
in horror at my oozing sores,
offered personal horror stories
("My aunt breathed it in while
they. were burning it and then
she swelled up like frog and
burst into flames.") and
offered a variety of folk reme-
Alcohol (the rubbing, not
the drinking, kind). Baking
soda. Bleach. Buttermilk.
Oatmeal. Saltwater. Urine.
Some I tried and some I did-
n't. Know what worked?
Nothing. I am now removing
my fingers from the keyboard.
I itch.

Mark S. Bubriski and Allison Marie Watson

Watson, Bubriski engaged

Keeleigh Spooner

Spooner is 4 years old



Jackson County Floridan * Sunday, July 27, 2008 - 3B

'Women Empowering Women'


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Altrusa Club of Marianna President Kathy Sloan, left, speaker Glenda Swearingen, center,
and Gina Stuart. Swearingen recently spoke to Altrusa of Marianna on "Women Empowering
Women." She was introduced by Altrusa member Gina Stuart. - Contributed photo

RiverFest around the corner

The Community Safety
Coalition and the Town of
Sneads with the East Jackson
County Development Council
and Tourist Development
Council are pleased to report
RiverFest - All for Fun and
Fun for All is moving forward
as scheduled.
. The RiverFest on Aug. 30,
will be preceded, by the
RiverFest Beauty Pageant on
Friday, Aug. 29, 6 p.m., in
Sneads High School. Saturday
festivities begin with the
RiverFest Parade at 10 a.m., in
downtown Sneads.,
Line-up is 9 a.m., on Third
Street. Entries are no charge,
first come, first serve, so those
wanting to participate in the
parade are encouraged to get
their requests in early.
RiverFest will take place at
Sneads Park on Lake
Seminole and will feature
food, arts and crafts, entertain-
ment, canoe races and more.
Transportation from Adam
Tucker Park to Sneads Park
will be provided the day of the

event. "
Doors open at 11 a.m., and
the entry fee is $2 per person
over age 6.
Vendor registrations are
available from any Committee
member. Costs for booths vary
according to the type of ven-
dor and electricity is available
for a nominal fee. To register a
food vendor, please contact
Helen Grice at 593-6204;
commercial vendors are asked
to contact Chris Hawthorne at
599-4289; arts and .crafts or
general vending companies
may contact Greg Lewis at
593-5600; contact Karen
Fader at 526-2861 to register
as a non-profit.
Registrations for the parade,
vending, sponsorship, to pur-
chase an advertisement for the
RiverFest Beauty Pageant, or
contestant 'application for the
pageant can also be obtained
by e-mailing businessinforma- or
Competitions at RiverFest
will include an antique car
show, horseshoe toss, canoe
races, and "Crispy Critter-5

Alarm BBQ Cook Off' with
the fire departments. Anyone
wishing to participate in any
of the competitions is encour-
aged to contact Ed Kilpatrick
at 593-6636.-Antique car show
registration is $15 .per car for
the event; no charge for parade
Entertainment - on two
stages from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
-- will include Rebel
Syndicate, Big & Loud,
Changed and more.
Anyone interested in partic-
ipating in the RiverFest Parade
is encouraged to contact Helen
Grice, 593-6204.
For information on the
beauty pageant, call Karen
Fader at 526-2861.
The RiverFest Committee is
looking for sponsors and vol-
unteers to assist in the coordi-
nation and activities of the
event. Any agency, or individ-
ual. wanting to assist in this
community-wide event is
asked to call the Community
Safety Coalition office at 526-
2861. All proceeds ,will be
used for safety education pro-
grams in our area.

.SHS schedules are available this week

Sneads High School ninth
and 10th grade student sched-
ules will be ready to be viewed
by students and parents in the
guidance office Monday, July

28, from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.;
Tuesday, from 8 a.m. to 12
p.m.; Wednesday, from 9 a.m.
to 6 p.m.; and Thursday, from
9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
This is the time to make any

necessary changes to the
schedules and to get a tenta-
tive copy of the schedule.
Those with questions are
asked to call Ms. Alexander at
482-9004, ext. 242.

Chipola College to offer paramedic program

Florida livestock market report

This information is col-
lected by the Florida
Department of Agriculture
and Consumer Services,
Division of Marketing &
Development, Bureau of
Development &
Information in cooperation
with U.S. Department of
Agriculture, AMS,
Livestock, Meat, Grain, &
Seed Division, Livestock &
Grain Market News.
For the week ended July
17, 2008:
At the Florida Livestock
Auctions, receipts totaled

8,568, compared to 9,012
last week, and 7,936 a year
According to the Florida
Federal-State Livestock
Market News Service:
Compared to last week:
Slaughter cows and bulls
were steady to 1.00 lower,
feeder steers and heifers
were steady to 1.00 higher.
Feeder steers:
Medium, large frame no.
200-300 lbs. 120.00-
300-400 lbs. 103.00-


lbs. 90.00-

Feeder heifers:
Medium, large frame no.
200-300 lbs. 95.00-
300-400 lbs. 85.00-
400-500 lbs. 80.00-98.00
Slaughter cows:
Lean: 750-1200 lbs. 85-
90 percent 50.00-58.00
Slaughter bulls:
Yield grade no. 1-2 1000
2100 lbs. 66.00-74.00

I.. I wish to thank all the citizens of Jackson County
| ' ,* foir /the honor of serving as your Supervisor of
Elections for the past twenty years. Thank you for
P , 'ZZ '' fthe confidence .ou have shown to me and my staff
biy returning me to the Supervisor of Elections
office unopposed for another four years.
I am vnery proud that Jackson County's elections
have continued to run smoothly due to the
, dedication and hard work of well-trained staff and
p - poll workers. My office staff and I will continue to
serve you with integrity, hard work, efficiency, professionalism and
friendliness. It is a great honor to be elected by the people and a
7 privilege to serve the citizens of Jackson County. I am deeply grateful to.
be able to continue to serve you. .
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Chipola College will offer a
paramedic training program
this Fall.
Application deadline is
Aug. 15. Classes begin Aug.
Applicants must possess a
current EMT Basic Certificate
and have successfully com-
pleted EMS 11.59C,
Emergency Medical
Technician. Course descrip-
tions are available at
Due to the unique responsi-
bilities involved in the deliv-
ery of health care services,

students seeking admission
must meet certain selection
and admission criteria.
Applicants with the best qual-
ifications will be selected for
this limited access program.
The program also has special
attendance . requirements,
grading policies, dress codes
and fees.
Licensure to practice is
dependent upon passing a
state licensing or certification
examination. Acceptance may
be denied based on back-
ground check.
For information, call Keith
'Maddox, 718-2403.

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* Incraated instructional staff by 85
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. Reduce administrative person.
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* Increase in-iai 5 years
. Fr all students
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* Decreasing ad-volorum 6 out of last 7 years ,
* $9,765,272 amount of dollars for fatflitieso
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* Averaged $368,590 per year over the prV
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* Supplemental federally funded after school
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over the last 4 years
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Fans serve dual purposes

Mll\i GN NI . \. Ni s
Are you a fan of ceiling
fans? If you live south of the
Mason-Dixon Line, you
should be. Long before air
conditioning, fans provided
welcome relief on hot and
humid summer nights. But
fans are our friends in more
ways these days. They help
cut soaring utility bills -' as
much as 40 percent in the
summer months. Interesting

fact: The most powerful ceil-
ing fan doesn't use any more
energy than a 100-watt light
The savings can be substan-
tial. It costs an average of 43
cents an hour to run central air
conditioning and 16 cents an
hour to run a room air condi-
tioner. A fan costs about a
penny an hour to operate. And
they're no longer just for mov-
ing a bunch of hot air. They
can add decor to a home,
office or workplace - or out-

Tips for shopping:

Picking out a ceiling fan from the array of choices requn cs
some homework. The July issue of Consumer Reports mag-
azine suggests the following:
,Know the installation requirements The fan should be in
the centeriof the room, at least 7 feet abote the floor - 8 to 9
feet for optimum airflow. Blade utps should eneieiallI be no
closer than 24 inches from the %all and drapes Be certain
that the electric box in the ceiling supports the fan's weight.
*Size matters. Choose a 42- to 44-inch model for a 144- to
225-square-foot joom.:. A 52-inch fan works s best in looms
that ae 225 to 4(-) square feet Opt for the laigei fan if you're
on the borderline, but run it on a slower, quieter speed.
*Li-.hung atleccs u:ilst bills. Energy Star-qualilied models
can use onl compact Illuorescent bulbs Other models use
,the special. halogen or standard bulbs - \luch can double
or triple energy\ use Increase the efficiency of standard ceil-
ing ltns b\ replacing incandescent bulbs ilth CFLs
designed speciticallv fo ceiling fans.
*Airflo\% and blade shape make a difference. Look at the
cubic feet per minute numbers on the box to get an idea of
ho"\ %ecll the ceiling fan Inoaes air A higher number means
more air ino\ement. Be wanr of fans %ith large blades that
hate ridges. bumps 01 other surface texture: hose often
make more noise than fans with smooth blades
..*Don't eat the wobble. It can be fixed. Most fans come
with balancing kits. which h include a combination of weights
to attach to the blades to make up for the slight differences
in blade\\ ciht.

doors on the veranda, porch,
even poolside. They can be
arty, ornate, high-tech or fan-
Add versatility to the fan's
list of pluses. In colder
months, run it in reverse and
voila! It spreads the heat that
has risen and accumulated at
the ceiling. Using a fan can
reduce heating bills by up to
.10 percent, industry experts
,say. Most customers looking
for a fan want more than a fan,
says Mark Williams, manager
of Dan's Fan City in
Carrollwood, Fla. They're
-looking for an education. He
likens himself to a physician;
he asks a lot of questions, and
then prescribes.
"First they want to know
how to save on bills, then they
want to know what fan will
make the room cooler," he
says. "When we start rolling
out the options, some cus-
tomers get that deer-in-the-
headlights look: We can over-
whelm you."
His company is known for
its big-motor fans with a lot of
pitch - or angle - in the blade.
Williams compares it to row-
ing a canoe.
"If you just slice the water
with the paddle, you don't go
so far or so fast," he says. "But
when you dig deeper, you get
more motion. That's why the
motor and angle of the fan
blades are so important."
Customers who don't do
their homework may end up
with a fan that's all looks and
little action, he says.
"Might as well just liang up

a picture of a fan. Ask yourself
this: Are you going for looks
or performance?"
Most new home construc-
tion includes wiring for fans in
the living room and bedrooms,
Williams says. Gaining popu-
larity: Bathrooms.
"Women love it," he says.
"No more steamy mirrors."
The St. Louis-based
Emerson Ceiling Fans, sold
only, in showrooms, has been
manufacturing fans since
1895. Its claim to fame in
motors is the K55XL patented
model, which marketing man-
ager Zeynep McLeane says is
25 percent more efficient and
produces 20 percent more
torque than comparable
motors. It comes with a life-
time warranty - something to
consider when you make the
investment, McLeane says.
And from the you-get-what-
you-pay-for department," she
warns against looking only at
price when buying a ceiling
fan. "Pay a little extra now,
and you know you will get
reliability, quality and quiet."

Movie criticism gets dumbed down


Getting "two thumbs up"
from Siskel and Ebert used to
mean something. Before the
state of the newspaper indus-
try, thoughtful movie criticism
was valued: An insightful, cre-
ative critic was respected and,
could even win a Pulitzer and
get a TV show. Movie buffs'
valued the opinions of scribes
such as Pauline Kael of The
New Yorker and Richard
Schickel of Time magazine.
During the 1980s and '90s,
Roger Ebert, the arrogant,
intensely opinionated Chicago
Sun-Times movie critic, and
Gene Siskel, his easygoing,
insightful rival at the Chicago
Tribune, were arguably the
most-well known movie crit-
ics in the country.
They were friendly rivals
with giant egos. They were
fun to watch. And I got to see,
them up close when all three
of us were locked in a screen-
ing room at Disney MGM
Studios (now Disney
Hollywood) in Orlando. I'll
explain later in this column.
Today, we don't even know
the blurbologists whose "fun-
niest movie of the year!"
quotes appear in ads for
bombs such as "Get Smart."
Thoughtful movie criticism
can be found on the Internet,
but you have to dig through a
lot of half-baked fan gibberish
to find it. But the weekly
movie review TV series start-
ed by Siskel and Ebert 33
years ago doesn't even make a
blip on the Nielsen Media
Research radar. The biggest
surprise about the pending
overhaul of "At the Movies" is
that it still exists.
In recent years, WTVT,
Channel 13, buried- the show,
bumping it around the sched-
ule during predawn hours of
Saturday and Sundays. It is
scheduled at 5:30 a.m.
The series started in 1975
on a Chicago PBS station.
After it went national as
"Sneak Previews," it aired on
Thursday .nights on WEDU,
Channel 3, and had a large fol-
lowing here. The title changed
to "At the Movies With Siskel
and Ebert" when the Walt
Disney Co. put it into syndica-
tion in the 1980s. Siskel and
Ebert were stars. They hosted
a couple of prime time Oscar
specials on which they pre-
viewed their favorite nomi-
One of the specials was
taped at Disney's Orlando
theme park, and I was invited
over to interview them. Siskel
delighted in teasing Ebert. He
liked to get him flustered and
riled up. Wasn't hard to do.
After our interview, the three
of us watched a 15-minute
preview tape of the special in a
screening room. A Disney
intern started the film and left.
The door locked behind him.
The kid apparently forgot
about us or underestimated the
running time because he did-
n't come back for an hour.

Siskel noticed the locked door
right away but didn't say any-
thing. After the film ended, he
winked at me and said,
"Watch this," nodding at
Ebert, who began pacing and
then pounding the door.
Ebert wanted out, badly. He
began calling the intern, the
studio and- the entire Disney
organization a lot of things
that I can't print here. Siskel.
just laughed. That's my mem-
ory of the guys who made
"thumbs up" and "thumbs
down" their trademark. I was
saddened by Siskel's death
from a brain tumor in 1999.
And I never warmed to his
replacement, Richard Roeper.'
This week Roeper and Ebert

both left the show, which is
going in a new, hipper direc-
tion. In recent years, Ebert
hasn't been on even though
the current title is "At the
Movies With Ebert & Roeper."
A battle with cancer left him
unable to speak.
I say the overhaul is over-
due. New hosts Ben Lyons and
Ben Mankiewicz will bring
fresh views. Lyons, 26, the son
of film critic Jeffrey Lyons,
has worked as a reporter and
critic for MTV, E! and
"Access . Hollywood."
Mankiewicz, 41, is the grand-
son of Herman Mankiewicz,
who won an Oscar for co-writ-
ing "Citizen Kane" with
Orson Welles.

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public hearing on Tuesday, August 5, 2008 at 6:00
p.m., in the City Commission Chambers located
at 2897 Jefferson Street, Marianna, Florida to
consider the adoption of the following Ordinance
to the Florida Department of Community Affairs:

Ordinance 954: An Ordinance Amending
Ordinance 812, which adopted
the City of Marianna
Comprehensive Plan, to provide
forthe consideration of
transmittal of a certain Large
Scale Amendment (LSA 08-01)
to the City of Marianna
Comprehensive Plan to 'revise
and update the. existing capital
improvements element in,
accordance with Chapter 163,
Florida Statutes; Providing a
severability clause and for
repealer; and Providing for an
effective date.

Interested parties are encouraged to attend the
meeting. More information can be obtained and
the proposed changes may be inspected at the
City of Marianna Municipal Development
Department located in City Hall, 2897
Jefferson Street, Marianna, Florida (telephone
850-482-2786). Persons wishing to comment may
do so in person at the public hearing or in writing
to the City of Marianna Municipal Development

If a person desires to appeal a decision made by
the City Commission with respect to any matter,
that person will need to ensure that a verbatim
record of the proceedings is made which record
includes the testimony and evidence upon which
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Before surgeon alters your face, get in his


Oh, Priscilla.
Say it isn't so.
If stars like you - with all
your money and connections -
can't get injections, implants
or a little age-defying surgery
without risking disastrous
results, what's to become of
the rest of us?
Should we put our dreams
of surgical lifting and shifting
to rest forevermore?
From Botox to boob jobs,
cosmetic surgery procedures
have increased 59 percent
since 2000, according to sta-
tistics from the American
Society of Plastic Surgeons.
Everybody, it seems, wants to
buy a little youth or self-
esteem. And as the number of
people electing to have plastic
surgery continues to rise, it
appears the number of revi-
sion surgeries also is increas-
Although no agency tracks
stats on revision or corrective
surgeries performed in the
United States, surgeons say
they're seeing more patients
who want a do-over.
"I'm seeing a growing num-
ber of patients come to me to
fix work they've had done
somewhere else, especially
recently," says board-certified
Tampa plastic surgeon Joshua
A. Halpern. He estimates that
at least 12 percent of his prac-
tice is revision surgery.
There is money to be made
in the beauty business, and
demand is high. More and
more, facilities are relying on
non-surgeons to perform cos-
metic procedures, Halpern
says. In some cases, physi-
cians who are not trained in
that area are allowed to per-
form procedures that take
years of rigorous training to
perfect. "It's not just locally,
it's a national phenomenon,"
he says.
When patients go in for a
consult, they aren't necessarily

Cosmetic surgeon Dr. Joshua A. Halpern with the assistance of Dinorah Pastrano work on the
face of a female patient. The doctor was smoothing and removing fatty tissue and creating a
younger smoother face. - VICTOR JUNCO/ Media General News Service

being seen by a doctor and
many times not by a nurse, he
says. "These, are hired guns
and salespeople who sell the
patient on the surgery. Most of
them, aren't plastic surgeons
and they don't have a lot of
experience. These types of
places are cropping up all over
the country."
In March, Nora Massaro,
48, of Temple Terrace, was
forced to undergo revision sur-.

gery on her breasts when her
implants ruptured.. Halpern
cleaned out the scar tissue and
replaced the implants.
Massaro says she was sur-
prised to learn the original
doctor placed her implants
above the muscle, not below,
as she was told.
The doctor she .chose in
Bethesda, Md., offered a great
deal: $5,000 to enlarge both
breasts. "It was a money issue

and it was-a very good price,"
Massaro says. "'I was really
trying to save money." But the
results were poor from the
"They were really hard,
extremely hard, like concrete,"
says Massaro, an office coor-
dinator. "And they were very
painful. It took six months
before I could lift anything
without pain. If I hugged
someone, 'they knew I had

After her revision surgery,
"it was like night and day," she
says. "From the minute I got
home, I felt like a million dol-
lars. I didn't even need pain
medication. I looked for the
surgeon that was the cheapest.
Money should never be the
issue in choosing a doctor,
because you're going to get
what you pay for."
Bart Rademaker, owner of
Rejuva Medi Spa in
Westchase, urges patients to
do their homework on the pro-
cedure they want and the
physician who will perform it.
"Usually, the majority of
plastic surgeons are well-
trained," says Rademaker, a
board-certified plastic . sur-
geon. "But it's always a good
idea for the patient to be pre-
pared to ask a lot of questions
and discuss their expectations.
If a doctor doesn't answer
them, you should walk out."
Having said that, he .con-
cedes, some patients' expecta-
tions can be unattainable.
"You have to do the right
thing for the patient," he says.
"If it's not appropriate surgery
for them or their expectations
are too high, I won't do it.
We're artists for the face and
body. You have to have an
innate ability .to know the
body, what looks good and
what doesn't. The patient
trusts you to give them the
best results possible."
The same applies for mini-
mally invasive procedures,
says Susan H. Weinkle, a
Bradenton-based dermatolo-
gist. Even treatments like
Botox, lasers and peels can be
dangerous in - unqualified
"There are people injecting
things and performing proce-
dures which they shouldn't.
be," Weinkle says. "If some-
one is offering specials, you
need to ask yourself, are they
doing a lot of this or are they
just trying to generate busi-
ness? If you're shopping for
price, you need to make sure
you're also shopping for quali-

Many patients who receive
the popular wrinkle fighter
Botox, the cosmetic .form of
botulinum toxin, aren't aware
it can cause cold sores to flare
up in patients with a history of
cold sores. If it's injected
improperly, it also can cause
skin necrosis, where the cells
of the skin begin to die. And
injected too superficially, it
can cause a tyndell effect,
which causes a bluish discol-
oration of the skin.
"There are so many things
that can go wrong if the work
isn't performed by someone
who is experienced and quali-
fied," Weinkle says. "The suc-
cess is about 10 percent prod-
uct and 90 percent technique.
Do your homework."
Don J. Perez, owner of
Body Science Aging
Intervention and Management
in Tampa, agrees with that
"Doctors need to recognize
where their expertise lies,"
Perez says. "You have to stay
close to what you can do in
your specialty and not go
beyond that. I know how far I
can take them, and I won't go
beyond that scope. In the end,
it's really up to you to look out
for the patient's health."
Reputable physicians
encourage patients who want
to become better educated
about cosmetic surgery, Perez
says. It's perfectly OK to ask a
physician how many times he
has performed a certain proce-
dure, if he has pictures of pre-
vious patients, or if he has per-
formed the procedure on a
family member, his staff or
Patricia Ostman, who has
undergone a successful
tummy tuck, liposuction,
facelift and lip enhancement -
all, as a patient of Halpern -
can't stress that enough.
"Cosmetic surgery isn't
something to take lightly,"
says Ostman, 49, of Valrico.
"Ask a lot of questions and
find .a reputable doctor. It's
your body and you're the one
that has to look in the mirror
and live with the results."

4-H'er sprouts success


Area teachers

.continue professional

development during

summer break

Teachers from Malone, Grand Ridge and
Sneads listen to a presentation on literacy
centers, during recent professional develop-
S ment training at Malone School. Dr. C.C.
Bates, an education and literacy consultant
. from Oxford, Ga., was the guest speaker.
She was brought in by Malone School's
,-Reading First Coach Wanda Tidwell, to lead
the professional development training at the
A."school. Twenty-eight teachers (K-fourth
grade) participated. - Mark
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The Panhandle Panthers' 13U and
14U squads were a perfect 3-0
Saturday in their first day of the
Dizzy Dean World Series tournament
in South Haven, Miss.
The 14U Panthers played first with
an 8 a.m. start and got quite a wake-
up call from Limestone, Ala., which
jumped out to a 9-0 lead in the top of
the first inning.
Panhandle clawed its 'way back
into the game slowly, getting a run in
the bottom of the first, two in the sec-
ond, one in the third, two in the
fourth and one in the fifth to trim the
deficit to two runs at 9-7 after five
In the sixth, the Panthers blew the
game open, recording six runs to
seize control of the game.
Patrick McClain and John Locke
both singled and stole home to tie the
game before the Panthers loaded the
bases for Michael Mader,' who
unloaded them with a three-run triple
to give Panhandle a 12-9 lead.
Panthers coach Wayne Edenfield
said his team didn't seem ready to
play at the start of the game, but set-
tled down in time to right the ship.
"(Limestone)probably earned four
(of the nine first-inning runs) and we
gave the rest to them on errors," he
said. "We made some defensive
adjustments and that solved that
problem. Then Michael Mader
stepped up with a big hit that'got us

Former Auburn and NBA star Wes Person teaches basketball skills to local youngsters Friday at Marianna
High School. - Mark Skinner/Floridan

Person Camp comes to close

Former Auburn and NBA star
Wes Person will conclude his three-
day basketball camp for local kids
today at Marianna High School.
The camp, which ran Thursday
and Friday and included intensive
instruction on the fundamentals of
basketball, will end today with a
league tournament followed by sev-
eral contests for the campers and
final awards, including Camper of
the Week.
The Person Camp was organized
by Nadine Long and hosted by
MHS coach Travis Blanton at the
Bulldogs' gym.
Blanton, who had several of his
own players attending the camp,
said that it has been quite a fruitful
experience for he and the players.
"I'm glad the kids are getting a
chance to learn from (Person)," the
coach said. "He's serious. He's a
good teacher who doesn't let them
get away with anything. I guess you
don't. play 10 years in the NBA
without being a perfectionist."
Person, who played for seven
teams during his NBA career and

"If I could just give one
kid a chance to experience
what I got to experience
'in the NBA, that would
be great."
-Wes Person,
Former NBA player
averaged 19 points per game in his
four-year career at Auburn, said that
he has been happy with how :the
camp has gone thus far.
"I can't complain. It's been a
great turnout," he said. "It started a
little slow, but once the kids got
used to it, they started working.
There have been no discipline prob-
lems and the kids want to' work,
which is the most important thing."
Person, who is going into his first
year as an assistant women's coach
at Enterprise-Ozark Community
College, said the main focus of the
camp was to emphasize the offen-
sive and defensive fundamentals of
the game, which is something
Person said isn't stressed enough to

young players.
"Fundamentals are what separate
some kids from being great,"
Person said. "They have the ability
to be great, but not the knowledge
and skill to go with it. I hope. that's
something these kids can take with
them into the upcoming season."
Blanton said that the players
weren't the only ones watching and
learning during the camp, that he
also learned a few things himself.
"I definitely picked up several
things," the. coach said. "You
always want to learn. If you take
just one thing from this that you can
use in the future, then it's well
worth it."
Person has been conducting youth
basketball campsfor eight years.
"I do it strictly to give back to the
community," he said. "If I could just
give one kid a chance to experience
what I got to experience in, the
NBA, that would be great.
"I had someone there for, me to
give me the foundation to learn the
game, so I hope I can give them that
same foundation. I would get my
joy from seeing a kid I got my
hands on getting a chance to play in
the NBA one day."

Panthers perfect in

World Series debut

"You have to be happy
with two wins. You can't
be unhappy about that. I
don't know why we
started slow. Maybe we
had first-game jitters."
-Wayne Edenfield,
Panhandle Panthers 14U coach

over the hump."
Edenfield said his team didn't get
rattled by the early deficit, but knew
it was time to buckle down and play
great baseball.
"There was really no, panic, but
you're always concerned when
you're down nine runs," the coach
said. "But we hadn't even batted yet,
so we knew we could come back. We
just made some adjustments, broke
our way back in there and took over."
It wasn't until the sixth inning that
the comeback was complete, so the
Panthers desperately needed their
pitching to stall the Limestone attack
and that's just what McClain and
Locke did, as the two relievers com-
bined for four innings of scoreless
ball to end the game.
"We had some real good pitching
there," Edenfield said. "We didn't
get them all back at once, but that
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Shootout champions

Pictured are the New Northwest Florida Co-op Greenwave, which won
the Jackson County Youth Coalition Summer Shootout July 19 at
Chipola College by beating the Pensacola Tigers 58-57 on a buzzer-
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only be $25 for the first 10
-. that sign up in each age
division for football and
This discount is only
good on this day. For more
information, call Tony at

Marianna Area Youth
Football and
Cheerleading signups
Marianna Area Youth
Football and Cheerleading
will have signu's Aug. 2
* from 9-11 a.m. at Farm
Bureau Insurance.
Registration fees will
only be $25 for the first 10
that sign up in each age
division for football and
This discount is only
good on this day. For more
information, call Brandt 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
. Averitt.

John Hudson Memorial
Golf Tournament
The 2nd Annual Coach
* John "Hud" Hudson
Memorial Scholarship Golf
Tournament will be held
Aug: 16-17. at Florida
Caverns Golf Course.
For more 'information,
contact Hunter Nolen at
850-573-6474, or Rob
Armstrong at 850-482-

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
IJuly 28-31 with classes
available at 10 a.m. and 7
p.m. Cost is $30.
For information, call pool
manager' Rance Massengill
at 718-2473.

CABA World Series
The 2008 CABA 18U
.;aluminum bat World Series
will be held July 27 through
Aug. 3 at the Cene Park
baseball complex in
Struthers, Ohio.
Teams can register for the
'World Series at
If you need more infor-
*mation, contact Ken Quinn
*at 330-755-5676.

Sports Briefs
SSend all sports items to
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Fishing relaxing? Not on your life!

"This certainly is relaxing, isn't it?"
my laid-back, hopelessly naive fishing
partner said. "There's just something
about going fishing that calms me down
and soothes my soul."
Yeah, boy, I think as I clumsily and
fruitlessly attempt to
pick the mother of all
backlashes from my
baitcasting reel. By the
time I get the snarled
"birds' nest" untan-
gled, it will be too dark
to fish and I'll be
cussing like a sailor,
forgetting or ignoring
everything I learned
last Sunday. I'll subse- Bob Kornegay
quently be forced to
fall upon my knees and get forgiven all
over again.
Listen, friends. Go right ahead and tell
me all about how wonderful the sport of
fishing is. Tell me how much you truly
love being outdoors and on the water with
boon companions. Tell me there's
absolutely nothing else in the world you'd
rather be doing. Tell me all that and I'll
wholeheartedly agree.
But, please, think very hard before
telling me fishing is relaxing. It isn't.
How, for example, can one relax when
the 10-pound largemouth to which he is
casting is hidden in the tangled, sub-
merged root system of a cypress tree
directly beneath a hornets' nest the size of
.New Jersey? My lure has -somehow

missed it thus far, but I know in my heart
what's coming if that bass doesn't strike
Is it relaxing to serenely paddle a canoe
down a pristine, Deep South blackwater
creek? Maybe, until you spot the first of a
dozen alligators large enough to swallow
your boat and ask for seconds without as
much as a burp. Or, perhaps until you
reach the Class VI rapids that were not
marked on the map. Or until you run
headlong into .that sudden summer-after-
noon lightning storm. Do the terms
"pucker factor" and "blind terror" ring a
I, for one, find it very difficult to relax
during a wilderness trout fishing expedi-
tion after I've arrived at the trail-marker
handkerchief I've tied to a limb to keep
from getting lost. The problem? Well,
I've already passed the dadgum thing six
times, night is steadily approaching, and
I've been coming across fresh bear sign
all day long.
Then there's that relaxing foray into a
South Georgia creek swamp seeking to
fish out a bed of fat, tasty redbreasts.
Relaxing, that is, until that big old fat
water moccasin decides to slither up onto
the log with me to take a sunbath.
And, please, don't tell me it's probably
just a harmless brown water snake, either.
One of those crawled across my feet a few
minutes ago. They're really quite easy to
tell apart.
Okay, now I'm going to relax and finish
cleaning the last two of a dozen pan-size

channel catfish I'm planning on battering
and frying up for dinner tonight. Sure I
am. I'm already two pints of A-positive
shy of full and just one more fin puncture
is bound to bleed me drier than King Tut's
mummy (or daddy, for that matter).
I'm supposed to relax, sit back, and
enjoy an exhilarating ride in my friend's
brand new bass boat?
Let's see, it weighs about" as much as a
feather pillow, has a 900-horsepower out-
board clamped to the stem, and there are
three hot young things in bikinis lying on
the bank just dying to be impressed.
"Why don't we just fire her up and see
what this baby'll do," he says.
Want to really and truly relax? Okay,
run 15 miles from the launch ramp to a
pretty, secluded backwater slough, where
you are told there reside magical bass of
mammoth, mythic proportions.
Then, when the conservation officer
arrives on the scene, try to remain cool,
calm, and collected as you stammeringly
explain that, yes, you are indeed who you
say you are and, yes, you really did leave
your fishing license and boat registration
in the glove compartment and, no, you
had no idea this little creek arm was
restricted private property belonging to
your ex wife's daddy who didn't \really'
like you all that much when you were
married to his daughter.
Relaxing? Not on your life!
But, oh, don't it just beat the pure fool
out of working?

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Bass fishing is good for
some anglers using topwater
baits early in the morning
and late in the afternoon.
SBuzzbaits can be'especially
effective over submerged
Largemouths may also be
taken on Texas-rig worms
near wood structure.
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ately, especially during the
middle of the day.
A few crappies are being
taken in specific spots, but
the crappie fishing is spo-
radic overall.
Anglers who know how to
target the crappies this time
of year can still catch them.
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Bream may continue to
bite in the shallow, sandy-
bottom areas.
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gets for fly fishermen early
and late in the day in shallow
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.
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
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early and late in the day on
points. For these areas, use
Texas-rig worms and
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
channel 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 chan-

nel. Look for flats areas with
transient brush piles and fish
jigging spoons vertically,
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 shallower water to feed.
Hybrids are inconsistent at
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-
During the middle of the
day, largemouths may be
taken near channel breaks in
spots where the channel
curves closest to the shore-
line. 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.
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but few will be caught using
shallow-water methods.
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fish downstream from the
dam, vertically dropping live
worms or crickets on a mod-
erately heavy rig. The bream
will usually hold rather deep
in a temperature comfort
zone. Depth will be general-
ly consistent up and down
the river.
Catfishing is fair overall
and is best downstream from
the dam along bluff walls
and near sandbars.
(Generation schedules,
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information for area- water-
ways may be obtained by
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4601. Follow the recorded
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-: was our mentality. We said
'let's just get one or two here
and one or two there.' Thank
God we got at least one every
inning and then- had the big
inning in the sixth."
The 14U Panthers had a
much easier time of it in the
second' game against
Ascension, La., winning 12-2.
Mader made his impact on
the mound in this game, pitch-
ing a complete game and strik-
ing out 12, while walking just
one and surrendering only two
"Michael pitched an
extremely good game,"
Edenfield said. "As a team, we
played a lot better and contin-
ued with our adjustments and
movements on defense, which
seemed to fix the problem.
"We hit the ball extremely
well and it really wasn't close
from the start."
Panhandle got five runs in
the first inning, getting a two-
run single by McClain and
RBI singles by Locke, Jalen
Perkins and Jaron Reynolds.
Dustin O'Hearn and
McClain came up with run-
scoring hits in the second to
make it 7-0 and the Panthers
extended the lead to eight runs
in the third on an RBI single
by Mader to score Perkins.
A two-run double by Locke
in the sixth inning to score
McClain- and Zae Atwater
made it 11-0 before a pair of
runs in the bottom of the
inning by Ascension forced
the game into seven innings
and avoided the mercy rule.
Reynolds finished the scor-
ing for the Panthers in the sev-
enth by doubling, stealing
third and coming home on a
sacrifice fly by Mader.
Edenfield said he was happy
that his team was still unde-
feated, but wasn't certain why

it got off to such a slow start.
"You have to be happy with
two wins. You can't be unhap-
py about that," he said. "I
don't know why we started
slow. Maybe we had first
game jitters, I don't know.
We've been here before, but
they're still young, so I guess
it still gets to you."

The 13U Panthers had a
drama-less first day, coasting
to a 20-2 win over the
Acworth Warriors, Ga.
The Panthers scored seven
runs in the first inning, three in
the second, four in the third
and six in the fifth.
Austin Branch, Alex Gay
and Blake Voyles each had
four hits on the day for
Devin Hayes went 3-for-4
and Taylor .Wood went 2-for-

The 13U Panthers play
again at 4 p.m. today, though
the opponent was still to 'be

The 14U Panthers know
their next opponent.
In fact, they know them
very, very .well.
Panhandle will take on the
same Northwest St. Petersburg
team today at 1:30 p.m. that
defeated them for the state
"We've got our work cut out
for us," Edenfield said of
today's matchup. "(St. Pete)
has their ace ready, so we have
to go out there and put the bat
on the ball and play errorless
ball to win because they're a
solid baseball team."
Edenfield said Locke would
get the start on the mound.

"They'll come with their
best," the coach said, "so we'll
come with ours."

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2897 Jefferson Street, Marianna, Florida
on Monday the 28th of July 2008
at 4:00 p.m.

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Danny Barfield
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Chevrolet family
for over 11� years.
He started his-
career with the Marianna Police Department in 1976. He
served 6 years in the Marianna Unit Florida National
Guard. After being a sales representative for Panhandle
Tractor, Inc. he joined the Rahal-Miller team. Danny is
married to Debbie Barfield, a RN at TMH in the neona-
tal intensive care unit for the past 9 years. They have
five children and five grandchildren. The proud grand-
parents are pictured here with recently born triplets. He
enjoys gardening and fishing. They have attended church
at Evangel Worship Center for the past nine years.


r . Paul Hatcher, has been a part of
the Rahal-Miller Chevrolet
family for the past 2 years.
He has been in auto sales in
Marianna for 8 years.
Paul retired as a Paramedic
Fire Fighter in 2001 after 18
years with Jackson Co. Fire
Paul has served as finance manager and salesman with
the Rahal-Miller Chevrolet Family.
Paul is married to Eve Hatcher, who is a career RN.
They will celebrate 25 years of marriage, this fall.
Paul enjoys fishing ,,hunting and is active at church.
where both serve as worship leaders.
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LS, Power Pkg., Bedliner, Sk #9004485 Laredo, 4X4, Power Pkg.,Stk #9004407 Convertible, Low Miles, Stk #9004439 4X4, Leather, Sunroof, Sk #N9004569 Sunroof, Navagation, Sk #N9004562 Super Clan, Warrantyk #N9004526

$23,968 $24,968 $33,468 $23,968 $24,968 $24,968
Navagation, 3rd Row, Stk #9004532 Diesel 4X4, Crew Cab, Stk #9104514 Navagation, Leather, Stk #9004458 4X4 Leather, Sunroof, Stk #N9004464 Automatic, Sporty, Stk #N9396001 4X4, L Stk #9004521

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Quality Shoe, Boot and Saddle Repair Repair
4408 Lafayette Street * Downtown Marianna
.. ' (850) 482-4227

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A Full Service Medical And Surgical
Ophthalmology Practice In Marianna
Also Specializing In
Diseases & Cancer
Of The Skin
(850) 526-EYES (3937)
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Guitar & Bass Lessons
$15 30 minutes. E, '
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more students. 'Lessons
taught in a loni pvt en-


FOUND: Chain Saw in
Indian Springs. Call
FOUND: Young female
dog near Golson Elem.
Dependable lady seeks
sm. Ivg qtrs. Possible
caregiver situation. In
country/pets. Jean 850-
Wanted: Live in house-
keeper, free room &
board. 850-762-3144 or

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Garage sales
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Black Suede Air Heelies
Size 3. Good condition
$30. 850-593-2269


Various X-Box & X-Box
360 games $15 each
Exercise Bike: Health-
Rider, with chart $25.
Original cost $299.
Gazelle Edge. by Tony
Little Great Condition.
Gazelle Edge, By Tony.
Little, Great Condition.
$50. 850-209-1315
Weslo exercise cycle
machine w/timer $50
Bed Wooden Drawer
with mattresses $80
call 850-592-2583

Chair - Comfortable
E-,;,a L'l,:,r. C-.nd Cond
Y3"rcall 'n8) 592 2:3E
85u 272 034
Cri3 : tderi able
w/4 nign ODack chairs
$30 850-526-3426
Computer Desk with
Chair Good Cond. $110
call 850-592-2683 or
.850-272-0394., '
C.mpuler ,'s;l' .'.ilh
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ree n" / Yel"ow3 /B4

End Table 2 tier w/
beveled glass top,
excellent condition,
$12. 850-526-3365.
Great Wood Console 21
inch TV $150 call 850-
592-2683 850-272-0394.
La-Z-Boy Sleeper
Sofa and Loveseat
Green / Yellow/Blue
/Burgandy Plaid-
$500 850-209-8452

Leather Recliner Chair
green $50. Call 850-592-
2683 or 850-272-0394.
Rattan Off White Over-
sized Coffee Table & 2
End Tables, Glass Tops,
$159 850-592-8769
Recliner/Rocker, cloth,
burgundy.Exc. cond.
$80. 850-526-3365
Sofa set with 3 glass
top tables $200 Good
cond. Call 850-592-2683
Bobcat 753 Skid Steer
Loader, 46HP Kubota
Diesel. 2413 hours,
$9,500; Bearcat Model
72928 9" Chipper, 28HP
Kubota Diesel Eng., 80
hours, $12,000. 334-894-

H M3scBLI~sou HELP WANTED, 01 Dos
4 Used tires w/spare, All New Happy Jack
General Ameritrac. HBI is seeking a FT Kennel Dip II: kills,
P245-70R-17, $150 Firm - instructor to teach fleas, & MANGE mites
850-663-2227 plumbing at our-WTE without steroids. Pro-
. Center in Marianna, vides mosquito protec-
5 ft Sofa $100 FL. Five years tion. ALTHA FARMERS
Wheelchair $60 related trades . COOP (482-2416)
850-482-8347 experience as well
as excellent
ATTENTION! Scrap pea- communications Boston Terrier Pups for
nuts for sale, 35 pound skills are needed. sale 8wks old. $200 850-
bags, $2.00 each. Call A background in 209-4961
850-573-6594. training or teaching F to
Sis preferred. Free to good home:
Ball Python w/Ig aqua- E-mail resume to Adult dogs & puppies.
rium & lights $200 850- jobs@hbi,org , 850-482-5472
526-3426 (or fax 202-266-8948) She-poo pups no aler-
Visit gies, no shed,,gorgeous
Birdcage, 20 x 20", for more info. silky coat, guaranteed
Black w/matching EOE/AA/M/F/D/V health. $325. 850-573-k coat, guaranteed
stand $45 850-526-3426 heah. $3 850-573-
Videos: Lot of 30 Kid The Best Pets
videos, Barney; Wig- are found
gles; Sesame Street. All in the.
or $25.850-593-2269 classified Ads
CTsssified Ads'.oIas
TOOLS . Eqi i~t
Misc. Tools' For sale $3- mmeoiate Opnn
$200 850-526-4891 'm for La 2,rer.. ' .
Roper Dryer $50, Air e 850-482-4040 9am
Compressor $150 850- 850-4824040
526-891 Retail Salesperson -
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e 'er cpea Biur EQUIPMENT
R[ES TrAitLIT " f1a.Ti Aimospnere l2r na moer 11.400.
fu mllre %reta t nurance Pkg New Holland round bal-
Help fu 1n ed Sc vaca-on Trm er, $10,800 Tractor
Sppali-time I Ap ,lviot ,JC friar, w/cab90HP $25,500
itr_.TR, I P.O B 52i.0 850-866-2774
SI [Di MEDR'J. Marianna, FL 32447
SC/O Blind Box 581 set of KMC twin row
planters, 4 row. mount-
ed on a paulk frame 1
MANAGEMENT KMC 4 row ripper/
lift assist wheel and
fertilizer attach. 1,000
SCAREGrVER Management ed on tamdem trailer.
I needed at Sub- 334-790-5077 . , .
CARE GIVER way restaurant Gnd 4 row insecticide
Needed to administer Please call applicatorw/double
& monitor health care 850-638-9808 for i boxes, fcator two chemi-
needs to a disabled more details. calsfmountedontool
Christian female. Must bar. Good condition.
be responsible, comrn- $500.229-758-3146
passionate, positive & CATS ! Cutt-r/Morra5
non-smoking.. .50- 482- Hay Cutter/Morra 5
8443 Disc Cuts 6.69 feet,
S8 week old kittens, free new blades,MF2250,
to good home. call 850- $2800. 850-482-5747
] DRIVERS 573-3270
R R *-573-3270 - KMC'94 Peanut
, FREE ADULT CATS: Combine Field Ready
rt chase from. $10,500, 334-403-
Driver Trainees 850-482-4057 0251, 334-735-3309
needed. No CDL? No e__IU |
Problem Earn up to Kittens, 9 weeks old,
$900/wk Home potty trained, FREE to Rhino 07 FM60A finish-
weekends with good home. 850-482- ing mower, 4 yr. warr.
I ' TMC. 5880/850-303-9727 $800. 334-347-1498.

Company endorsed
CDL Training.
1-866-280-5309. |

Behavior Program
Specialist wanted
in Marianna. PT,
30hrs/wk, 1 yr expe-
rience w/behavior
modification & lear-
ing disabled children
required. Call Jim
during business
hours. M-F, 9-4.
Cashier position
available. Competitive
pay, paid vacation &
benefit package. EOE.
Sangaree Oil Co., 2979
Pierce St. .850-482-5241.

KenndhlKeni) GRIFFIN

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Near Putnam/Caledonia.

Signature HealthCARE
of North Florida
is seeking'PRN positions for:
CNAs- LPNso RNs all shifts
LPNs 11p-7a
* Wages for CNAs up to $10 per hour
* Wages for LPNs up to $18.00 per hour
* Wages for RNs up to $25.00 per hour
1083 Sanders Avenue
Graceville, Florida 32440.
Or contact Staci Forehand
I@) 850-263-4447 1

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Okra For Sale Call . eircr 1/1 duplel, new con-
850-592-2350 , aca3ton structi. oni., ener., efif
Propel'. denicrt. Blue 5ormns.
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. p i IEN-rt lease, 850-482-7735
Place your ad ( leave message
in our ____________ 2 & 3BR APARTMENTS
Sales and Service& LE HOMESEFOR
and grow ARENT $525-$650/MO
your business!" '^(850)209-3591-
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buner beans Whie. - ,. representatives and
per. pink eye-, peas Edgeo.ud ArIs Furn. i they will be glad
Green . colored butter BR dupl.e apts. Free to assist you.
beans Farm IreAn, laundry water. t-e-a'
home grown. $5, $10, I &-garb 5924/.I. COMMERCIAL
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Friday, August 1, 2008
4:00pm - 6:00pm

Gaston's Hideaway,
233 Harrison Avenue * Panama City, FL

Dinner will be provided
SFor opportunities in
Bay, Gulf, Franklin, and Calhoun
,counties, call (850) 763-7337.

For opportunities in 3ackson, Holmes,
and Washington counties, call
(850) 482-2469.

Please apply online at if unable to attend.

Home Health Services

Recruiting now for full-time, part-time,
and PRN clinicians to serve patients in
our Marianna and Panama City
service areas.

'Sign-on bonus available for select positions j

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2BR 1/BA Townhouse 2/1 $550, 2/1 w/ca-
in town,$595 No pets. report $625, Near Mari-
Ask about Move in anna Joyce Riley Real
special 850-482-5134 Estate 850-209-7825

HS graduate & some exp. driving a vehicle .
with manual transmission, pulling and back-
ing trailers. Two-years exp. inbuilding
trades, landscaping recreation or mainte-
nance work. Salary $20,591.00/yr.
Possession of a valid Class B CDL issued by
the State of FL (within 60 days of employ-
ment). Must be able to work a flexible
schedule to accommodate seasonal hours at
the Blue Springs Recreational Park (Requires
weekend supervision of seasonal employ-
ees). Must be able to obtain and maintain a
certification from the Florida Department of
Corrections to work state Inmates within
one year of employment. Submit Jackson
County employment application to the Hu-
man Resources Dent. 2864 Madison St..
Mirrianna. FL. 3244h 8;'.48.l-9633
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:: Deliveries between
1:00 am & 6:00 am.
, Must have dependable
transportation, valid car
insurance & drivers license.
Come by and fill out an
application at the
Jackson County Floridan
4403 Constitution Lane
Marianna, Florida


a newspaper carrier
for the following area in
Jackson County:
Earn up to

peF month after gas
Early morning hours. Must have
dependable transportation,
minimum liability insurance &
valid driver's license.
Come by and fill out an
application at the
Jackson County Floridan,
4403 Constitution Lane,
Marianna, FL or call
(850) 526-3614
and ask for JOE

CHIPOLA COLLEGE is now accepting applica-
tions for the following positions.
Director of Health Sciences
Nursing Instructor (full-time and part-time
positions available)
Director of Health Sciences:'. Doctorate degree
in Nursing or related rield and Florida
licensure as a Registered Nurse required.
Teaching and administrative experience in
a college or clinical setting preferred.
Valid state driver's license required.
Nursing Instructor:.Master's Degree with at
least f graduate semester hours in Nursing
or Master's Degree with a major in Nursing
and Florida licensure as a Registered Nurse
Director of Health Sciences: Responsible for
the administration or the Health Sciencts
Department which includes instructional and
accreditation accountability for affiliated
curriculum and programs which includes:
Bachelor DegreeNursing; Associate Degree
Nursing; Practical Nursing; Occupational
Therapy Assistant; Emergency Medical
Technician; Paramedic; and, Patient
Care Assistant.
Nursig Instructor: Provide suitable instruc-
-too claSSeSand individual students in
multiple areas of nursing knowledge, proce-
dures and techniques in the Registered
Nursing and Practical Nursing Programs.
The instructor's role will include classroom
and/or clinical supervision. Duties associat-
ed with college instruction and the institu-
tional mission of the College will also be part
of the instructor's role.
Interested applicants should submit a letter of
application addressing each position compe-
tency and philosophical requirement (avai-
lable from Human Resources), a completed
Chipola College employment application
(available from Human Resources); resume;
references with current addresses and tele-
phone numbers and copies of college tran-
scripts to CHIPOLA COLLEGE, Human Re-
sources, 3094 Indian Circle, Marianna, FL

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FOR SALE BY OWNER 3/2 within city limits,
27.73 Ac. in S. Jackson $425/mo Sec & Ref.
County. Wooded with Req. 850-482-5492
County Road Frontage
Call 850-272-5193 3BR/2BA MH in Sneads
$4,300 per acre & Marianna. Call
Mon - Fri after 4pm
HOUSES/RENT (850)593-4452.
S FURNISHED MH lots avail & some
MH when avail. Blue
FOR RENT-2BR/1BA I Springs MH Park,
REMODELED,SAFE Maranna. Water/s-
NEIGHBORH,C'DALE ewage/garb./awn
1850-209-1818.' incl. 850-482-4060
B --U --/- -TiSmall clean park!
HOUSES/RENT 3BR/2BA MH. 6 mi. E. of
1 UNFURNISHED i .(850) 592-8129.
1BR/1BA in Greenwood OB
$400/mo. 850-209-8759 MOBILE
3/1 Home for rent HOME/SALE
close to college. 850- _ x u, ,
526-2978 . 16x80, '94 2/2,
good cond, appl. to
Country 2BR/1BA + be moved. $14,500.
Family room Module 850-482-3168
Marianna, like new,
fenced ,off Hwy 0W 96' DW, 28X60, CH/A,
' Near town. No pets. 4BR 2BA w/study. Apple ,
$500/mo 850-559-1661 2porches incl. A1 cond.
. $30K 850-762-9333
Grand Ridge,
3BR/2.5BA, $1050/mo
or lease w/ purchase REAL ESTATE
option avail. Call 850- R
Greenwood - 3BR/2BA
$725/mo., $725 dep.,
refs. rqrd., 850-526-7718 3/2, 1230 SF .67 acres
q on paved road,. Great
� neighborhood. Between
GR and Mar. Beautiful
oak trees. Newly re-
Marianna- 3/2 Beaul- mode0-718-6019
ful, Center of Town 850-718-6019
Close to everything 3BR HUD home! $213
$800 mo. 850-890-2070 mo! 4% down 30 yrs @
Never rent again! Buy 8% APR Listings. Call
HUDNever rent aromain! Buy 800-570-8898 ext. F478
HUD homes, rom
$14,900! For listings
800-570-8898 ext. 1774
Newly Renovated: 3/1
Incl. stove, ref. DW, WD
$795/mo 850- 526-3355 - 2
Sneads, Lake Seminole
Rd. 3/2 modular w/ca -' -'' "--m -
rport, lake view, ceram- I I
ic tile, ceiling fans, W/D
hookups, H&A, $650 mo.
$700. dep. RV spaces
$150 mo. Little Dothan FOR SALE BY OWNER
Rd. 2/1 cabin, $450. mo. New 4303 sq ft
$500. dep. 850-593-5714 4BR, 3.5 bath. $429,000. Full info @ www.inf-
S MOBILE #195636

2 & 3 BR MH, cotton-
dale. http-//www. char-

2 & 3BR Mobile Homes 3 NEW HOMES
for Rent/Jackson Cty. GREAT LOCATION
$350 & up Call 850-557-
2 BR MH, CH & A, near UNDER 200K
1-10 & 71 S; App. &
Lease Req;$400 + $300
dep. Sewer/ water/
Pets No Smoking. 526-
8367. New 3/2 1100 sq'
3/2 Cottondale water, Btown. Tile/laminate
garb, bug spray. $570. floors, apple pkg. On
mo. (lease)+ $570 sec. 90'x 210' lo1. $99,900
No Pets. 850-352-4869. 8507628185


New 1976 sq ft. Home,
Cathedral ceilings, car-
frport ,on 10 ac. across
rom Lake Seminole,
Reduced to $189,900.
Also, other land only
parcels & acreage avail.
FSBO 850-526-3014/718-



Yamaha G 800R '04,
Red/White. 2-cyl. 160
hrs. Fair cond. $3,800
OBO. 334-695-2939.
Triton 2005 1753 Crap-
pie, mercury 60HP, 4
stroke front & rear live
wells, and bait well, lots
of storage, fully
equipped. $12,500 OBO
850-547-3484 after 6PM
Triton '08, 18 ft. Explor-
er w/115 HP Mercury
Optimax. 71 pound mo-
tor guide, 480 GPS/fish
finder, stainless steel
prop. Ready to fish
18,600. 334-774-5412 or
Sun Slider Peddle Boat,
adj. 5 seat lounger with
$475, used only 3 times.

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ft, 440 Chyr. engine,
good condition, $5,000
OBO 334-687-4634
Ranger '91Bass Boat,
Blue & silver, exc.
cond., 17.5 ft., Mariner
mtr., Deluxe trailer,
$9,500, 334-693-9287
Pontoon Boat "05. 20'
Sunchaser. 50 HP
Yamaha. Garaged. Like
new. $11,500 OBO. Call
Nitro'07 w/90HP. Been
in water only 3 times.
Over $1K worth of
electronics to 9ive with
the boat. Seeking
someone to take over
* payments. 229-220-
Marquis '77 w/1990 re-
built 90 HP motor,
trolling motor & fish
finder. $3,000 obo. 334-

with the Classifieds

with the Classifieds.

Legend '04 Bass Boat, 2006 custom park mod-
225 Mercury, low hours, el Log Cabin,used 3
yellow, mint cond., months perfect for lake
$13,500, (334) 790-1350 . \ lot, hunting cabin or
,. mother in law suite on
Javelin '94' Bass boat your lot, ready to move.
377A 150 fast strike, $33,900. OBO (251)654-
trailer. $4750 334-596- . l - 5586
* 2005 Gulf Stream Cavi-
Jason 1986 bass boat 30ft. Hunter Sail Boat, lar Pkmdl, 31'L, sleeps
110 Johnson motor, turn key Live Aboard, 6, excellent condition.
garage kept, good con- great weekend get Full stand up shower.
edition $4500 OBO 334- away. Many upgrades. $7,500. 334-237-1039
794 5511/334-798-5936 Pt. Saint Joe, FL., $18K -
080, Call 850-227-4034 2004 Dutchmen Classic
- '.35ft. 2 slides. 1A bath.
Need a New Home? Satellite. W/D hookup.
' .. . " \Check out Exc. cond. Like new.
" " . .a the Classifieds $17,500.334-671-0312.
(2) YAMAHA'S '06 Wave *
Runners 4 stroke eng,
dual trailer w/covers,
excellent condition
$14 000 for both 334- 2003 Keystone Cougar
Hunter 2004 306, like 687-0875 5th wheel, Series 276
new loaded, wet slip EFs. 28 ft. w / living
available, in Port St. 2004 14' Cobra, boat, room slide. Great cond.,
Joe, FL great weekend motor & trailer $1,800 $13000, 334-702-8267,
etaway, Detailed pics excellent condition leave a message.
info upon request. Must See! 334-687- 1995 Shasta Travel
$70K850-653-8147. Lv 3823 Trailer, 22 ft., sleeps 4,
g $55060, Call (334) 794-
Classifieds have what 2000, 23', Aquasport, 2
youlared lookive for w/2O0 Johnson Ocean 2921
you are looking for. Runner, Great condi- 08' Amerilite Travel
Fisher 2008 1754, 40HP tion. $15, 500. Please Trailer 21 V ft. Fully self
4 stroke mercury, ta- call 334-791-2609 contained, Used once.
chometer, humming- Pd $13,400, asking $10k
bird 565, live well, bilge ' $850-579-2217
pump, $11,200 334-798-
0010, MOTOR I
Chaparral '84 198XL . ' HOMES
185 Evinrude with trail-
er $4500. 334-693-9360 *- -

'j 19 ft. Sports Deck Boat r
'05,90 HP Mercury w/
.w_ stainless steel prop.
" passengers, Depth -
*. finder, trolling motor,
Chaparral 210 SSI '05, electric anchor, boat - .
Yellow 260 hp bimini cover, heavy duty trail- 'Winnebego '99 Brave
top galvanized trailer, er. $8,500. 334-983-4941 35-C, 35',living rm,
custom cover garage' or 334-596-4170. slide, 35k ml., Alcoa
s 1994 Master wheels, new tires, gen.,
many extras. Like new.20hours, 1994 Master Craft Pro jacks, $33,500 obo, 522-
many extras. Like new. Star 205, immaculate,
$27,900, 334-475-3883. with someaccessories 3564
Caravel '97 21 ft., Mer- $15,000. OBO. 334-794- Seabreeze Class A 95',
cruiser 240 hp, 1-0, 9766 /790-9422 good condition, new
great cond. arage 15' Quahita Dbl Hull, 3 carpet & bath fixtures
Ket, matching tandem s hnson 64,900 mile. $25,500.
trailer w/ pressure outboard motor a. d 85
brakes, LED lighting, trailer. Make an Offer.
low hours, NEW BABY 334-794-6994. e . S
ONLY REASON BOAT IS 334-794-6994
FOR SALE, $11,900 OBO ,'
Call 334-618-3957 CAMPERS/ T
Work -n- Play 2006',
f .-' 28ft, Bumper pull toy a
hauler, ler, sleeps 6-8, Exc-
Cond., $14,800. OBO. R-VISION '06 Trail-Lite
- Please call 334-598-2675 26ft fully loaded low
mileage like newl In-
SSprinter 1999 5th wheel dclude's navigation sys-
27ft, with slide out tem. Priced at $62,500
room, fully loaded with OBO 334-616-6508 to
Bayliner '93 19ft. new hitch. $9500 334- see!
Cabin. White/Blue, 805-3058
Only 93 hours, Mer- . Monoco Knight '06,
cruiser, great cond., Prowler '04 5th Wheel, Save $25K or more.
Fishfinder/CD/VHF, 25 ft. Must see! Nice Diesel, 4 slides, 4300 mi,
.too many new items . unit. Many extras many upgrades
to list including new $15,500. Call 334-714- $159,700. 850-866-2774
upholstery, $6,500 0210. Leng ' n,3
OBO. 334-477-2059. , Lexingtod n '06 29ft,3
i uauiutironne o

Alumacraft '00 Flats, 18'
90 HP Johnson, trolling
motor, depth finder,
live well, bimini top,
marine radio. $6,000.
229-723-5969 or 229-

'95 Hunter 23.5 sailer
w/trailer,'03 5hp Hon-
da, 2much2 list, $10k
080, Call 334-806-2822.

86' BAYLINER 29ft. Vol-
vo 260 eng., fully loaded
w/trailer, low hours
$13,900 OBO 687-8169,
34 ft. House Boat,
Sleeps 6, good cond.,
asking $12,000 OBO,
Call 334-792-1079 or .
334-718-9054 .


[Premier Equestrian Property offered in 5 Parcels]


Luxury home, equestrian facilities & I06� acres

selling absolute to the highest bidder * 313*

total acres * Beautiful rolling pastures * 150

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Loaded $16,900 UU UU
Nash 2004 5th wheel M-.
24-53, 1 slide, impres-
sive condition and
equipment, W-07 Silver-
ado available for total
travel package, let's
discuss price. 334-701-
Montana 2005 5th
Wheel, 4 slides, king.
bed, excellent condi-
tion. $34,500 OBO 850-
Montana 02' 5th wheel
camper, 32.5 ft. 2 slides,
mounted space heater,
new 4000 Onan
generator w/inside re-
mote, $25k OBO, 850-
Jayco 2001 pop up
camper, steeps 7, gas
or electric fridge, heat-
/cooling system, awn-
ing. $4800 334-794-7103
Jayco "08" Eagle 5th
wheel, 291RLTS, 3
slides, with covers,
electric awning $35K,
selling for health rea-
sons 334-791-4192
Jayco '03 camper, 34 ft.
2 slide outs. Exc. cond.
Like new on rented lot
with water front view
Lake Eufaula $19,000
OBO 334-793-0021.

Fleetwood Scorpion '06,
popup mounted on a
trailer. Kitchen, bath,
ramps. $14K. Call Blake-
ly, 229-723-5958.
FLEETWOOD '05 Prowl-
er AX6, fifth wheel, 36ft,
4 slides, flace, large
shower, 30/50amp. A
real must st: $39,900

Fleetwood '00
Prowler Camper,
Ig. slide out, 38', 2BR,
Great cond., $10,500,
Call 229-308-1168.

98 Coachman Santa-
ra, 35ft. 23,000 miles,
7KW generator, 2 en-
tries, ducted CH/A,
hydraulic levelers,
rear queens, sleeps
6, leather power cap-
tains chairs, base-
ment model, great
shape, all manuals,
service records,
$32,000. 850-762-


MUSTc .,CC !

Coachman '000 Catalina
Lite 249QB 25FT camper
In great shape.$6000
OBO. 334-445-3652.
Leave message
34' Allegro, 1990, 37,000
miles. New tires/ex-
haust/brakes. Excel
cond. $10,500 OBO. 334-
28 ft. Allegro, well
maintained, new tires,
fully loaded, new paint,
indoor kept. $12,500.
Call 334-792-8018 or

1997 Four Winds Class
C, 31 ft, A/C, stove, mi-
crowave, fridge, sofa,
dinette. $24,900. Call

. . ^

'04 Pace Arrow 37 C,
Work Horse Chassis.
19K, loaded, 3 slides, 99
tow car, $93,000, Call
(334) 618-0717
'03 Class A Monoco La
Palma. 2'slides. 1A
bath. Loaded! Incl. cal
dolley & all furnishings
(dishes, towels, etc.)
$75K. 334-790-3480.
'04 Big Dog Ridgeback,
Hard-tail, 11,000 mi,
$19,500, 334-648-2425.
2005 CRF 150 F Honda,
good condition, very
low mileage, $2,000
687-3275 or 850-625-
4-Wheeler '05 330 Mag-
num Polaris. $3,500 exc,
cond. 334-677-8302
Harley Davdison '07
1200 sportster Great
gas saver, exc. cond.,
lack cherry, extras.
$9,500 OBO 796-5629
Harley Davidson '00
Heritna ne softtail twin n

11K miles, like new. 'agoue.
$59,900 more info334- cam, bue& silver, rd
703-2500 radio, lots of extras,
$12,000. 334-671-4281.
Holiday Rambler '02,
diesel pusher, 2 slides. Harley Davidson'02
outside ent. center, Heritage Springer.
loads of extras, no Stage 2 Kit, 95 cubic
smoke, no pets 38K inches. 2 sets of wheels
mi, Must Sell! $68,500 & pipes. $11,000, 334-
OBO, (850) 638-7920 or 774-2036 or 237-0677

g .MUST`!

Four Winds 5000 '00,
white, Auto. 8-cyl. 2 HARLEY DAVIDSON -
WD. 88,300 miles, Great '04 Road King. 5680
cond. 28Feet, AM/FM miles, Excellent
Cassette Stereo, Cable Cond. Better than
TV Hookup, TV Antenna new, Lot of extras
Telephone Jack, Sky- $14,100 obo.Call 334-
light, LPG & CO Leak 333-6108.
Detectors, Awning,
Booth Dinette, 6 Cu.
Foot Refrigerator with
Freezer, 6 Gallon
Electric Ignition Water
Heater, 32 Gallon Fresh-
water Tank, Toi-let,
Sink & Shower, 25 Gal-
lon Wastewater Tank,
22 Gallon Grey Water
Tank, Heated Holding
Tanks, 13,500 BTU Roof Harley Davidson '05
Air Condi-tioner, 31,000 Electra Glide Ultra Clas-
BTU Fur-nace, Micro- sic, Red/Black, Loaded,
wave Oven, Oven with 3 Great cond. $18,000,
Burners, 7 Persons, 334-389-9889.
Queen-size Bed & Mat-
tress, 7,41 (Gasoline), 5 .
Kw LPG Generator, Z
Trailer Hitch, Car dolly, H. _
Non- smoking New: All S . -
6 Tires, Brakes, Cataly-
tic Converters, Spark . 4 '"- e
Plugs, Battery, $17,000 '-
OBO, Please Cal 334-
.. .Harley Davidson'06
Dyna Super Glide
motorcycle Pearl Red,
chrome, fwd. controls,
w nd shield, sundown
seat. 6- spd. 4900 mi.
$10,500, 334-798-5104.
S i o . .:

Fourwinds"08 Chateau C *"
Sport Class C, 28 ft. ,
Workhorse Chassis 6.0L
Vortec. 5578K mi. no si.
outs. non-smoker and
pet free. $55,000 obo
"Serious inquiries only-
Reduced!334-522-3652. a'06
Harley Davidson 06
Ford 1991 Class C, re- Dyna Wide Glide, Gla-
built onan, 2 A/C's, cier White Pearl, 6-spd.
good condition. $6000 5,000 mi. Like new. New
will finance. 334-793- exhaust, saddle bags,
5248 backrest, luggage rack.
2 yrs left on ext. war-
Fleetwood 2002 Discov- ranty. Bike is flawless.
ery 39ft, 2 slides, 330 $17,500. 334-494-4784.
HP diesel, very nice
$85,000 334-618-8457

Damon Intruder 00' '.
35 ft. Class A design- - -
Ier. V-10,27,917K 2 " "
slides, 2 AC, 2 TV's,
side by side frig w/
ice maker. New tires,
Towing pkg. $39,500. i
334-696.-4746. Harley Davidson '06
Screaming Eagle VROD,
Damon Dae Break 01', Red, 7K mi, warranty,
Class A, 15.228K, 2 AC, $19,500 nego. Call 334-
Lg slide out, ex. cond. . 714-5940.
$42,500. OBO. Please-
call 334-585-2731 W k -- -

Kawasaki '06 ZX-10R,
Black, Motorcycle. 3200
miles, runs well, low
miles, Great cond.,
$7000, 334-687-8624.
Kawasaki 750 ATV, like
new, bumper, specialty
package, Allo Wheels,
Call (334) 333-2988
Kawaski '07 Mean
Streak Special Edition.
Under 500 miles, extras
included, $9500, Call
(334) 899-4247 .
Polaris 90cc '06, green,
Great cond. $1,650. Call
Sportster '06 883 Low.
Motorcycle. Black, 490
mi., excellent condition.
Loaded, 6200 OBO. Call
334-255-3165 or 334-
SUNF.2008 50CC,
moped, street legal.
$800 334-793-5248

- -

SUZUKI '02 Katana 750,
6800 miles, excellent
condition $3,800 OBO
334-355-0949, 695-4292
Suzuki '07 GSX-R600,
1141 mi., like new, ask-
ing $7700 OBO, 334-677-
3694 or 334-714-0389
Suzuki '08 GZ250 wind-
shield 5 yr. ext. warr.
$3,800. 334-791-0701.
Suzuki1500 '01, Black,
.8,000 mi. Like new.
Victory 1999 1500, 5K
American made bike
$6000 Firm 334-618-
Yamaha 02' Zuma
Scooter. 6400 mi.
125mpg, Windshield &
luggage rack,excel.
cond. $1600. 850-352-
Yamaha 07' V-Star.
New Loaded, comes.
with helmet & cover.
Only 1 mile! $6,500. Call
any time. 334-494-3344.
Yamaha 2003 YZ125, 2
stroke, pro circuit pipe
great condition. $3400.
Yamaha 2005 Raptor
660, extras, low hours,
$4000. 334-677-3738
Yamaha 2006 V-star
1100, 3100 miles, war-
ranty, $6200 OBO, 334-
793-5621 or 334-797-
1463 leave message
2004 2 YAMAHA Wave
Runners, 4 stroke eng.,
dual trailer covers, life
jackets $10,000 for both

Accessor ies


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Harley Davidson '08
Road King. Crimson
Red, 6-spd. 675 miles,
excellent condition.
warranty, $19,500. Call
Harley-Davidson 2001
883 sportster hugger,
excellent condition low
miles. 334-693-0540
HD '02 Fat Boy. Motor-
cycle. Custom, 8500 mi.,
exc. condition. Loaded,
$12,000 OBO. Call 334-
HD '06 Heritage Softtail
Classic. White, 5-spd.,
1700 mi., excellent con-
dition. $16,500. Call 334-
Honda '03 VTX 1800
Black, Motorcycle. Gar-
age kept with approx
2000 miles. Showroom
condition. Backrest/
luggage rack w / bag,
quick detach wind-
shield. $8700, 334-445-
HONDA '06 VTX 1300 C
Cruiser, 1,700 miles, �
black & chrome, Vance
and Hines custom ex-
haust, $8,500 OBO 334-
695-9269, 334-695-9265
Honda Rancher 2 WD
w/electric shift. Like
new $3000 850-209-4447
Kawasaki '01 ZX-9R,
black w/ red rims, new
tires, chain & sprockets
22k miles. $4500 334-
Kawasaki '05 KLX-110
$1,100, like new, excel-
lent cond. 334-445-4304
or 334-791-8549.
Kawasaki '05 KLX300
piped & jetted Like
new. $3,000. 334-791-

Lexus '04 RX330 50K mi.
. sun-rf crystal white.
18/24 MPG, $23,000.
Chevy '93 Corvette con- 334-702-1010 or 334-
vertible 40th Anniv. Edi- 701-6501.
tion, ruby red, new tires
and battery recent tune Lexus '95 LS400, runs
up $16,500, 850-332- good, all options, needs
0065 or thuddriver some work, $2500, Call (334) 792-4100 or 618-
-_ Lexus '98 ES300, Like
New. $7,900 OBO nego-
tiable, 334-798-6784
Chevy '94 Camaro, Mazda'04' RX8, 62,000
Blue, Sedan. 5- spd. miles. Runs great. Borla
6-cyl. 2 WD. Loaded, Cat-back exhaust. Take
Power brakes, Power over pmts. $19k owed.
steering, CD, A/C, 850-557-6199
runs well, new tires,
T-Tops, very clean, Mazda '91 MX6, auto,
Great cond. $4000. fully loaded, 167k miles,
334-618- 3414. $2400, Must see! 334-
Chevy '94 Caprice clas- Mercedes '05 SL 500,
sic. Station wagon. LTl silver/ash, loaded
motor $1800, Call 334- $47,500 334-685-1070
CHEVY '94 Caprice ONLY!!
w/LT1 posi rear end
Station wagon. Auto - -
$1800. Call 334-696-
Chevy '96 Caprice 4-dr,
white, burgundy int. 1
owner, exc. cond. 130K

AUTOMOBILES $3,900. 334-886-3061.
I Chevy '99' Camero Z28
LK w/t-tops. 90k miles
LOOK $5500 334-632-1100
Acura'92 Integra, 5spd,
Black, CD.Runs well. Re-
built motor, sunroof. _ . _
Great cond. 2,000 obo. .
Brand new 26" rims,
chrome w/black 3,800
334-671-16PD7. � ."'. :"': *. .

Damon'96 Daybreak E LL BMW'04 Sedan Md#
Motorhome. 31 ft. 525i Silver, 28,775K mi., Chrysler '04 Crossfire.
Clean, sips 6. Great HARLEY DAVIDSON '08 AT/6sp. Garaged, exc. Grey, 6-spd. 6-cyl. 48K.
cond. Comes w/.2-whl FatBob Pearl Blue, 6- cond. $30,500. 334-803- Loaded, CD, leather int.
Westport by Fleet- car dolly. 334-792-0619 spd. 2000 miles, excel- 9276 or 334-393-5829 Great cond. $17K. 334-
wood, 34' 2 slides, rear lent condition, lots of 596-1810.
kitchen, hardwood Chevrolet'92 Sprinter, extras, 2YR warranty, BMW '87' 3251 con--
floors, good condition, 20 ft. self contained Mo- $15,800 OBO. Call 334- vertible $1400 OBO. Chrysler'06 PT Cruiser,
$14,000 687-2684, 334- tor Home. Great for . 441- 6962. Runs well 334-794- 37,800k mi. exc. cond.
703-0125 camping, hunting, fish- 5635 Blue. $10K 850-272-6389
-----------ing. $5700, 334-762-2541 Harley-Davidson 2000-
2007 19ft. Pilgrim Lite heritage soft-tail, pearl Buick '01 Park Avenue, Ford '02 Taurus SE, all
Travel Trailer, like new, .Airstream '93, 34' diesel white, lots of chrome, white, loaded, exc. power, runs great.
asking $10,000, Call 64K mi. Excellent cond. extra seats. $15,000 cond. 64K mi. $8,900. Clean.$4,200. OBO. Call
(334) 677-3827 $25,000. 334-792-1079. 334-693-0540 334-794-7493. (334) 726-1215 ,

Mercedes '89 560SL,
burgundy, tan leather,
101K miles, both tops,
beautiful inside & out,
needs nothing. $12,900.
Call 334-684-2006
Mercedes '96 320 SL.
Low mileage. Call 334-
774-8731 or 797-5130.
Mercedes '98 Benz E320
78K original mi. white,
well maintained, have
all service records.
$11,990. 334-596-2077
Mercury 03' Grand Mar-
quis GS, 1 owner, like
new nside/out, only
28k miles, $9,500. 850-
Mercury '76 Marquis,
less than 45K original
miles, 1 owner $3500,
serious inq. only, 334-
691-7332 or 685-2269


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Buick '96 Lasabre ll
limited 4-dr. 103k mi.
$3,200.334-726-4730 or

Corvette 06 3LT26K
Miles, GPS, Glass Top,
Orange$37,900/ Offer
(814) 397 -7146 Cell
Cadillac '05 STS V6
Sandstone, 29,500 Ford '02 Mustang,
miles, leather int., very Dark Red, Coupe. 5-
clean, NADA Retail spd. 78000mi, in-
$24,07,5 asking $19,750. dash CD stacker,
Call 334-693-0892. leather, warranty,
Cadillac '93 Allante 912-996-8109.
Convertible, red, beige Ot
leather excellent. 71k
miles $13,900 334-449- FORD '05 Mustang Con-
2823 or 334-723-3037 vertible, leather, V-6,
loaded, 18K miles,
Cadillac '94 Fleetwood $16,000 334-355-0881
Bghm, silver, 150k mi.,
$4200, w/ scooter chair, Ford '05 Mustang, V-6
chair lift. 850-425-5677 premium edition, Fully
days; 850-656-7212,5-8 loaded,great gas saver.
Cadillac '95 Fleetwood, du334-692-5 14000
85K, exc cond avg.21 334-692-5577
mpg $5500 850-482-

Cadillac '96 Fleetwood, r4
Broutgham Edition, 22"
rims, exc. cond., 78K
mi., asking $6400 OBO, Ford '06 Musta
Call (334) 379-5118 -_ Ford'06 Mustang GT,
Camero '91' convertible light blue, black leather
Z-28 new crate eng. int., premium sound,
$6,000. 334-632-1100. loaded, 5 sp., exc. cond.
20,700 mi, $18,400, Call
Camper Top for F-350 334-588-3400
Ford, $650. 334-347-
0415 or 334-806-7578 Ford '07 Focus, 22k mi.,
D factory wrnty, all the
CLASSIFIEDS options, like new,
We're Working For 34mpg. Asking $12,800.
You!! Call John at 334-477-
Ford '64 Thunderbird,
, 82K mi 1 owner, $4000.
-" Will trade. Call 334-632-
Ford '85 Crown Victoria
LTD, 4-dr. V-8 auto, 92K
S mi. new paint &
$1,495. 334-687-1363.
Chevrolet'03 Tahoe FORD '95 F150. $2500.
LT. SUV. Black, Auto. Call 334-701-9515.
8-cyl. 2 WD. 78,000,
excellent condition.-
Loaded, GD, AC, Ford 95' Mustang,Co-
AM/FM, stereo, new nvertable $2500 850-
tires, leather int. 726-0256
very clean, $16,400.
Cal 334-790-5685._

Chevrolet '04 Malibu
Classic, white, good
cond. w/ new tires, Ford '96 Thunderbird,
$5,500, If interested call White V6 $2400 334-
334-790-4484 793-9020 or 334-794-
Chevrolet'87 Corvette
Coupe. 71K actual mi. 1 Ford '98 Mustang Co-
owner, 2 tops, other ex- bra, convertible, 5 spd,
tras described when $8500 334-632-1100
called. 334-393-2109 Ford '98 Taurus, 119,000
Chevrolet'93 Corvette miles, V6, A/C, nice,
Convertibi, Red leath- $2,300, (334) 899-8448
er, 70K miles. $13,000.
OBO. Please call 334- Ford '99 Taurus, black,
712-1531 gray interior, AC. $2800
S334-406-3334 (Dothan)
Chevy '03 Z06 Corvette,
Excellent cond. 35K mi,
$27,500. 850-762-8399
Chevy '05 Cavalier. Tan,
PS, PB, am/fm radio
w/cd player. 53,284K.
$6,500.. Call 334-671-
4214 or 334-596-0214
Chevy '07 HHR. Crimson
red. Excellent condi- Honda '05 Civic EX Spe-
tion. Take over pay- cial Edition, Fiji Pearl
ments, daughter over Blue, 5 spd. 36500 mi.,
Sseas. 334-796-9929. $13,500, 919 844 2586.
Chevy 1990 Corvette, Honda'97 CRV. Auto.
convertible, good con- 4 WD. great condition.
edition. $7500 FIRM. $5600. Call 334-355-0992
334-793 -6997 Jeep '01 Grand Chero-
Chevy'32 Original body kee, Mint Cond. new
& frame, 350 engine, AT tires, cold air,$5000.
Trans., extras! Must see 334-685-3832
to appreciate! Serious
Inq. only. $20,000 obo. Jeep '05 Grand Chero-
334-372-4122 kee. 58,000 miles. All
Hwy miles. Must Sell
Chevy '68 Camero, race $15,999. OBO Please
car,468 engine, runs call 360-460-8208
6.50 1/8, beautiful car
$12,500. 334-687-9788 or
334-695-4499 .
Chevy '91 Caprice, 4-dr. -. '
new paint, Burgundy in .
& out. Good cond. 96K '
$4,200. OBO or trade.

I LEXUS *02 LX470, Pearl
r. y t f White, SUV. Auto. 8- cyl.
I 4 WD. 85,000 mi, LOAD-
ED, Great cond. $24,985,

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Nissan'08 Altima 2.5 S,
15k miles, extended l,
. - warranty, 1 owner, like M UST P.,
new condition. $17,900
I '" X 334-750-4698 Toyota '07 Sequoia,
�. Ni - .-- Gray, 2 WD. 42k mi.
S ." ..-' Nissan '74 Datsun 260Z, Loaded, moon roof,
Neat, will start, needs leather, DVD entmt
restored. $950, 334-714- system, warranty.
4241. Great cond. $26,900.
Mercury '00 Grand Mar- 334-726-4818;797-5083.
quis. White with blue Oldsmobile '00 Intrigue,
interior, clean inside & 110k miles, runs great, Volkswagen 05' Torgua-
out, 85K miles. Looks & must sacrifice. $4300 reg, Gray w/saddle inte
drives like new. Miche- 334-648-3161 rior, 40k miles, top of
lin tires. $6,30 0. Serious the line, sun roof, V8
inquires only. 334 74- Oldsmobile '78. Needs optiondual climate air,
4510 or 334-793-3334 minor tune up and- heated seats, automat-
clean up. Cal 334-347- ic w/manual shift op-
Mercury '95 Grand Mar- 5384 or 334-447-3237 tion, steering wheel
quis, runs good, excel- controls, side curtain
lent condition. $5,000. Plymouth '68 Fury II. air bagswindow
Neg. Low mle. i Call Runs, but needs work. shades for back seas,
334-718-9617/671-0492 Make offer. 334-447- and rear air. $23,800
9152. 334-701-8555/334-685-
Mercury '99 Grand Mar- 6233
quis LS, white, exc. Pontaic '84 Trans-Am 6233
cond., 25 mpg hwy, ask- ram air, hard top con- Volvo 04' V70, 2.5 turbo
ing $5800 OBO, Call 334- vertible, 2 seater. Very wagon, 73k miles, Auto
793-9758, 797-9755 rare car $6,500 334-792- w/manual shift option,
- 4100 or 334-618-9101. dual air climate control,
Mini Cooper '06 Con- memory seats, CD/ca-
vertible. auto, fully Pontiac '00 Grand Prix. ssett player, old w/tan
loaded, immaculate. 4DR GT. AT, AC (every leathdr,remaining look
$18,000. 334-596-2692. option). warranty $10,900, 334mi.
$5,800 334677-7748, 701-8555/334-685-6233
R 334-803-3058. - ANTIQ
Pontiac '01 Bonneville, IQU E
Mitsubishi '06' Eclipse white, 6-cyl.,.CD. 115k n AUTOS
GT, Red, 6-spd. 46550, mi. Very clean, good
new tires, very clean, cond. $5000 OBO. 334- , rr
mfg warr, Viper alarm, 791-1604. - - ,
tints, Exc cond. 15000, . " '
334-333-7555. .....
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C- adillac '68 Deville,
Red, Convertible. $8500,
- . ". 334-774-9243.

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Mitsubishi '06 Lancer 02
Rally A/C Power
Windows & Door locks,
CD Player, $11,750.
Financing Available-
Call John 334-797-0420
or Jason 334-714-1601

Mitsubishi '07 Eclipse
GT, V6, Loaded, Ithr.
6disk cd, htd seats, fin.
avail. $17900. John 334-
797-0420 or Jason 714-

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Pontiac '01 Grand AM,
Red, 4DR, AC, AT, C.D.,
AM/FM. Real Clean!
$4,200. 334-792-7814
Pontiac '06 GTO, 6.0,
400HP 24,000 miles,
black in/out, one owner
$26,000, 850-352-
Pontiac '07 G6, 4 cyl.,
silver, 4 door, 14K mi.,
w/cruise, $13,900,
(334) 445-6302,
Pontiac '73 Grandville
runs good,$1400.334-
Race Car Dirt late mod-
el '05 CJ Rayburn & 28'
inclosed hawler. Many
extras. 334-355-0298.
Saab '019.3 convertible
67k mi. $9,950. 334-726-
4730 or 334-792-4555.

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Mitsubishi '92 3000 GT ..f
VR-4, Red, 5-spd. 6-cyl.
AWD; 98,000; Loaded
PB, PS, A/C, AM/FM .Saturn '07 Aura XR,
stereo leather interior. 9,800 mi., like new,
Runs well, very clean, white, Ithr, sunroof, all
Great Shape. $10,500, options, MUST SEE TO
334-794-7826. ' BELIEVE! $21,150 obo;
Mitsubishi '95 Eclipse 334-522-3564
GSX turbo, 4-cyl. auto. '
leather int. new tires, ,L H
real fast. 70K mi.
$4,000. 334-984-2044.
Mitsubishi '95 Mirage. -- ----
Great gas saver! $1,500 .
obo. 850-209-3453 '
4cyl, needs work, ' .- .
$1200 850/482-2636 " .'
Nissan '03 350Z Touring
pack. 61K mi. new tires
& brakes elec. blue
$16,900 OBO 334-397- Suzuki '06 Forenza Se-
0381 or 334-695-0381. dan Blue, Auto. 4-cyl. 2
Nissan '05 Maxima SL, WD. 24,000 miles,
fully loaded, exc..cond., 24/36 MPG, Power
1 owner, $17,800 pay brakes, Power steering,
off. Call (334) 714-1671 CD, A/C, AM/FM, ste-
reo, runs well, sunroof,
S r - very clean, Great cond.
$12,000, 334-699-
, - ' i ,7251/334-805-3113.
" - *' '- Toyota '02 4Runner, Sil-
Q -, j ver, 2WD, Power W/L,
SLeather, Tow pkg, roof
rack, 105K, $10,800
Nissan '05 Maxima SL. Toyota '05 Camry, 4
White. Fully loaded, door, tan, auto., sun-
Leather, Exc. cond. roof, cd changer, all
Great gas, new tires, pwr., like new, 17,300
Cln Carfax, 56K $17,500 mi, $15,900, Call,(334)
334-797-8164 389-3071

Cadillac '73 Eldorado,
Restored, mint condi-
tn aapkt qFK

Freightliner 92' 60 se-
ries, Fuller transmis-
sion, Good for log truck
or long haul. $9000. 850-
GMC '06 18ft box truck,
diesel, auto transmis-
sion 27k miles, $23,500,
Call 334-673-4852
Volvo '97 dump truck
W-64; tri-axle, 16' body.
ext. side, R swing barn
door. $21,900. Call 334-
685-2772; 334-671-7632

Camper shell, one yr.
old. Fits F-150'99,
Black, Like new. $600.
Call 334-347-2717.
Classifieds have what
you are looking for.
FOUR 24" RIMS, $1,800
for all. 850-209-3453 if
'no answer leave mes-
Vestil, new 6'X30' pro-
table ramp for sale or
long term lease. $9,500.

Chevrolet '04, 2500 LS
Crew Cab. 21,100 one
owner road miles, 6.0
V8. Mobill oil only. All'
power, 6 disc CD. Like
new in every respect.
$16,500 firm. Call 334-
Chevrolet '05 1500 LS, 1
owner Crew Cab, 66,500
mi., two tone paint, all
power, $15,300,
Call 334-792-2724



Chevrolet 06 Z71
4X4, Crew, Silver -
34K mi., Bose, PSR,
DVDvery clean war-
ranty, $19,500 Call
334-299-3331. Dodge '06 Ram, Silver,
Auto. 6 cyl. 2WD. 23k,
Power steer, CD, A/C,
Like new. Cust exhaust
bed cover, rails, foot

Chevy 04' Avalanche
Z71, Excellent condi-
tion., Fully loaded. 78K.
$17,000. Call 334-677-

Chevy '05 Colorado,
Crewcab, 36K, exc..
cond. a/c, auto,
PS/PW/PDL, tonneau
cover, running boards,
spray in liner. New tires
$14,495.. 334-792-2938
or 334-701-5129
Chevy '05 Silverado
Crew Cab Truck. Load-
ed with extras $18,000.
Chevy '04 Silverado LS,
Ext. cab. Clean, loaded.
Asking $9,000. Call 334-

mil sa $9,000, 229-334 -CHEVY '00 Silverado LS
miles, $900, 229-334- ext. cab P/Up, 119K
8719 miles $7,500 695-0193
Chevy '02 Silverado LS.
S'y extended cab, 2500HD
0 .' 73K mi. leather, loaded
SI .' w/following additions,
camper 5th wheel tow
attach, wiring harness,
Select. brake controller,
... rne..r,:,iet i . ' " ext. tow mirrors., bed
.r -.. C,-b. 4, F r rail & caps, tailgate pro-
Chevy57 Belair 2 door, de ZR5 Exc. sector, runningboards,
Red, mewuitselriorx Condition, fullyioaded, $15,500 b34-301-0669.
Condo, must sell Crager extended warranty $15,500 334-301-0669.
Rims, Al. Car. Was $20K 69,000 miles. Chevy '07 Silverado LT
NOW $17k334-793-1902 Original owner, $15,000. Crew Cab, exc. cond.,
Ford '66 Mustang 334-7,26-3136 Bed cover, 26K mi.,
$4800 excellent cond, 334-693-0093. $19,000, (334) 237-1039
100;000 mi, ext: red, Chevrolet '03 Silverado Chevy '99 Silverado LT
int: white, 8cyl, 2dr, LS, black, 1 owner, 1500oext cab, chrome
automatic.patstone28@ Sportside Body, 80K. tow 84K $9,750.794-7129 or 206-426- mi., well maintained, -
2644- $12,500, (334) 493-2481 Chevy'95 Silverado
Cerl'0Sl d 1500, 5-spd, 305 V8,16-
Chevrolet '00 Silverado 19 mpg, cold A/C great
1500,5.3L V8, Red, . shape, Reg Cab, $3000
Loaded, CD/AM/FM, OBO. 850-482-6066 or
A/C, runs well, Great 850-394-7156
cond. Extras 12000.00
-- ' OBO, 334-355-1272. Chevy '07 Silverado, 3'/.
ton, nicely equipped
Chevrolet '00 Tahoe, very low miles. $23,900
4x4 LT, loaded, Ithr, On- OBO 334-618-8172
Star, 156K mi., exc.
Ford '68 F100 step side, cond. $8000 OBO, Call 'Chevy 04' Tahoe Z71,
great shape, new motor (334) 798-2115 Burgandyw/ beige
18K mi. black, MSTA leather, 83k miles,
$6,000 obo. 334-671- Chevrolet '041500, 4x4, steering wheel con-
3772. regular cab, long bed, trols 3rd row seating
39K, $11,000. Please call w/center bucket seats,
.* . .'-SwM'.-- 334-726-0729 disc cd changer in
- dash, power seats, rear
Sair controls,
SDodge 05' 3500 Quad
SCab Dually. Cummins
Turbo Diesel, 69k miles,
Reduced-Sacrifice ...SCD, Cruise, $20,500.
Chevrolet '57 Bel-Air, 4 850-526-229 days,
door, new erng. & paint; eves. 850-594-9931
extras Taking bids Chevrolet '97 Z71. Dodge '04, 1500 Quad
starting at $12,000. Call Burgundy, automatic " cab, Excellent condition
(334) 793-5534 8 cyl .4WD, 66,000 mi 60K, Auto, $11,995.00
Loaded, stereo. New Please call 334-774-7569
H- ---- T --- tires. Great cond. or 334-432-0533
HEA TRUCKS/ $9,400. 334-695-0361. Dodge '01 Ram 1500 La
TRAILE RS . ramie SLT, x-cab, 5.2 lit-
er, 130K mi. Bed liner,
49' Refer, trailer, 2 side almost new tires, cus-
doors, roll up back . tom exhaust, AIWA,
door, quick start, used - .' � sound system, $5,200.
for cooling produce, ex- 334-898-2537.
cellent condition, new "- "" -- 23� "
motor w/ old motor for '' Ford '01 F150 4DR XLT
parts. $6,000. Neg.. Call ' i-' "'" ' ' V8 Triton, 76K, Tow
334-522-3756 t . pkg. True workhorse!
$12, 000. 850-215-1338
4X6 Utility Trailer; 1 yr. Chevrolet'98,Z71 P/U
old. exc. cond. $300. Fleetside - Ext. cab, 3 Ford '99 F-350. Enclosed
334-798-3247. , Dr, 98K mi., Very Clean, service truck. $8,000.
asking $9995 OBO. 334- Call 334-774-8731 or
DELIVERY TRUCK. Die- 790-2364, 334-793-1005 '797-5130.
sel,w/ lift gate. Year:
2000. Mileage apprx. Chevy '95' ext cab, 4X4 Fordl'05 F150, FX4, ex-
118,000. 334-794-7644, loaded, lots of chrome, tended cab, silver, 39k
334-797-2497, 334-797- aluminum wheels, miles, all power.
1730. $4500. 334-791-2609 $19,500. 334-726-0435

rail $18k 334-790-4509.

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Ford '07 F250 Diesel,
Crew, Auto, 4WD.
14,000 mi. Chrome
edition. Warranty
100k mi. PD 52K. Like
new. $34,900. Call

Ford '04 F150 Fx4, Super
Cab, 6-disc CD, 68K mi.,
$15,500, Call (334) 897-
Ford '05 F-250. 50k
miles. Asking $10,500.
Call 941-268-1128.'

Ford '02 F-150 74k
miles, excellent condi-
tion, 4DR, solid white,
.full loaded $15,000.

Ford '05 F-250 Lariat
Off road pgk. White
with matching ARE
topper. 4 WD. Crew
Cab, 15,000, miles.
Loaded, power
brakes, power
steering, CD, A/C,
AM/FM, stereo, low
miles, leather int.
very clean, warran-
ty, Like new.$31,500.
Call 850-527-1516.

Ford '00 F-150 Lariat
with brush guard. 103k
mi. $7,900. Call 334-693-
5454, leave message.
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Ford?03 F-150 Lariat,
4x4, Leather, Supernew,
4 doors, off road pack-
age, Loaded! $15,600.
Call 334-797-7178.
Ford 79' F100, runs
good $1200 OBO call

Ford 01 F334-7150 Supe Cab
Lariat, loaded, leather
CD Player $9,500.
Financing Available-
Call John 334-797-0420
or Jason 334-714-1601
FORD '55 F-100. Truck.
yellow, Auto. 8-cyl. 2
WD. 6000 miles on mo-
tor, fair condition. Pow-
er brakes, Power steer-
ing, runs well, low
miles, very clean,
$8000.00 or best offer.
restoration in progress,
60% complete. my loss
is your gain.Call 334-
Ford 98' F150, V8, Auto-
matic, cruise, power
wind./door/mirror. reg.
cab, exc. cond. $4500


Ford '07 F-150 4x4
Lariat. Tri-Sand
White w/Black
Leather. Fully load-
ed. Perfect Condi-
tion. $31,500 obo.
(334) 488-3364 View
Pics @ www. My-

Ford '03 F150XL
Black, 5-spd manual
Xmsn, 4.2L V6,21
mpg hwy., 2 WD,
47,000 miles, power
brakes, power
steering, cruise,
stereo, new ARE
topper, towing pkg.
Great'cond. $8,925
OBO, 334-692 3375.

Ford '97 F150 XLT Super
Cab, Triton V-8, dia-
mond plate tool box,
bed liner, bed extender,
exc. cond., $6900, 334-
714-4210 or 677-6007
Ford '95 F150 XLT, 302
V8, auto. trans., short
wheel base, $2800, Call
D- 334-405-9106, N- 334-
FORD 06' F250 XLT,
4WD, Diesel, White, 68K
miles. $23,000. OBO.
Call 334-726-4821
Ford '03 F-150 XL V6, 5
spd., 35 k mi., tinted
windows, bug shield,
window shields, run-
ning boards, splash
guards, bed liner and
dash mat. $9,0000. 334-
477-3858 or 598-0516
Ford '99 Lariat F250, Su-
per Duty, Big Truck
4x4, ext. cab, V-10, 38"
tires, 8" lift, 105k mi,
exc. cond. $14,900. 334-
Ford '03 Ranger XLT, 4
dr,6cyl., blkauto., CD,
all pwr, chrome whis,
84K mi., $8300, Call
(334) 389-3071
Ford '07 150 Supercrew
Larriat 4X4. White sand
color w/tan leather 8K
miles. Fully loaded. Bed
cover. $29,500 334-798-




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Toyota '02 Tacoma SR5,
-. ,,.Ext. Cab. Must be refin-
il,* ..r, -:rJ - , * Ii anced - loan balance
air, 11 ft. Western $12,000. 86k mi., exc.
Hauler Bed w/0Rhino. cond. Call 334-475-1785.
Gooseneck 30K 5th
Wheel, 30K mi., no Toyota '99 Tacoma 4X4
trades, $45K, Call single cab 4 cyl. auto,
(302) 545-1158 31/1050 all terrian tires.
120k, $9,000 OBO. 334-
You Name It... 685-7207; 850-258-3018
Classified Has It! W SPORT UTILITY
GMC'07 Duramax die-
sel 25,000 miles $38,500 VEHICL
334-677-9008; 334-726-
27677-9008; 334-726- Buick '07 Rainier, By
owner, 2WD, 6 cyl., Sil-
GMC '91 Jimmy 4x4, 6.2 ver Leather, Power,
Diesel 4 in lift. alumi- 18,000 mi. $22,500 neg.,
num wheels 12x36 Radi- Call 334-370-3921
al Swampers PS, PB,
AC, Auto, AM/FM CD
$5500 obo. 850-762-9333 BY
GMC '00 Sierra SLE Ow n .er
Extended Cab. Gray. All
power! Excellent ...
condition. 138k mi. - ",
$8000. 334-791-3081.
GMC '06 Sierra Z71,
loaded, 28k mi., ext cab,
still under warranty.
$21,500. 334-347-7353 or Buick '04 Rainier
464-2659 CXL. SUV. Gold,
Auto. 6-cyl. 2 WD.
GMC '96 Sonoma.Pic- 50800. Excellent
kup. White, 5-spd. 4-cyl. condition. Loaded,
2WD. Power brakes, Power brakes,
Power steering, CD, Power steering, CD,
AM/FM, runs well, new A/C, AM/FM, .
tires, $2,500.00. Call stereo, runs well,
334-701-4867. low miles, new tires,
sunroof, leather inte-
Infinity '04 FX 45, 38,000 rior. Very clean, war-
miles, fully loaded, rahty, $13,000. Call
navigation, rear view 334-393-0811.
camera, grayish, exc.
cond., $31K, 718-6640 Buick '07 Rainier, 1 one
Nissan 04' Frontier XE owner, leather, BOSE,
truck silver, bedliner, On-Star, 18k miles, gar-
cd, 5 spd manual, 4-cyl, ret/gray, $21,000 neg,
pwr pkg, lots of extras, factory warranty. 334-
46K mi $9,900; 850-594- 685-1261 or 334-677-
4921 Iv msg 3281
Nissan '04 Titan Crew
Cab, Black, Pick-up. Au-
to., 8-cyl. 4 WD. 47,000,
Loaded, Like new. Ask-
ing payoff, Call 334-333- -

NISSAN '05 Titan. 4 "'it-
cyl.4 WD.6-disc in- Cadillac '03 Escalade
dash changer. 31k ESV, 1 owner, 92 K mi.,
Miles, excellentcon- 8,000 mi. warranty re-
dition. $24000 / obo. maining, asking
Call 229-942-5532. $19,000, (334) 793-9193
CHEV '04 Avalanche Z71
Nissan '07 Titan 5.6 LE loaded $18,000 call 334-
with king cab. 1 owner. 695-2739
Leather. Loaded, 13,500
miles. $24,000. 334-794- Chevrolet '99 S10 Blaz-
8295. before 10am or Iv. -er, Good AC New trans.
mess. 334-648-0780. w ith warr., New tires,
clean. Runs great!!!!!
Toyota '97' Tacoma REDUCED!!! $3,200. 334-
200k miles, AC, CD,,5 596-5032 -
speed, good condition,
bedliner & tool box 334- Chevrolet'02 Tahoe LT
797-6186 White, Auto. 8-cyl.
2WD. 91,000, Loaded,
. " Great cond. $12,000
O.B.O. (334) 726-0193.

Toyota '00 Tacoma Pre-
Ford'85 Tow Truck, runner ext. cab, brush
custom-built 1 ton, guard, tool box, new all
loaded. Great condi- tires, great shape. 121K
tion. $8,500, 334-791- ml, 334-671-3635.
Toyota '01 Tacoma Pre-
Ford'04 LT Super Cab, Runner, single cab, 20"
towing pkg., bed liner ' chrome whels & side
tool box, 53K miles, boards, K&N air clean-
$15,000, Call (334) 794- er, 4 cyl., 2wd, auto,
0751 snugbed cover, dual ex-
haust, CD, super sharp.
Classifieds... 334-464-1999
See what it's all , . -
about! 5S
Ford '07 XLT 250
.Supercab 4x4 Diesel. ' --7
Maroon and grey. 6,000 ,
mi. Gooseneck ball in "
bed. Excellent "
condition. $28,000. Call *
Ford '06 XLT 150, tow Toyota '06 Tacoma
package, 17k miles, silver, auto. 6 cyl. 4 WD.
burgundy, loaded. 29,000, Loaded;,power
$17,000. 334-691-5336 brakes, power steering,
CD, AC, AM/FM, stereo,
GMC '07 2500 Duramax. runs well, low miles,
Crew-cab, 8 ft. bed. very clean, warranty,
Loaded! $30,000. Call Like new. $23,900.Call
334-714-0210. 334-475-3600.

Chevrolet '01 Tahoe LT.
4x4, leather. 1 owner.
85k mi. Sunroof, 3rd
seat. Exc. cond.
$14,500. 334-360-0774.
Chevrolet '99 Tahoe
Z71, black, new 350 en-
gine, factory warranty
35 inch tires, with 20
inch rims, leather, load-
ed $6000 OBO. MUST
SELL! 334-430-3652.

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Z71, 4WD, 13,000 Ml.!, 2
FOR $36,900 FIRM, Call

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Chevrolet'02 Trailblaz-
er LT, loaded, 4WD, 90K
miles, blue, great cond.,
$9,900, (334) 372-4822
or (334) 372-2415

Chevy '01 Blazer, White;
AT 6-cyl 4WD, 130k, PB
sunroof, $6,500. Call
334- 793-0677.
Chevy 200 Blazer 4x4
LX, 99k mi., 4dr., auto,
fully loaded, all pwr,
white, new tires, very
clean. $5,900 OBO. 334-
598-9068 or 477-3325
Can't Be Beat!

Chevy '01 Tahoe LT,
116k mi., sun roof, Ithr.
3rd seat, heated seats,
TV, ALL power, new
tires, fact. wrrnty.
$12,500 OBO. 678-350-
Chevy '06 Tahoe LT,
Loaded, 40K mi. White
w/tan. New tires. 2nd
owner, Excellent cond.,
$24,000, 334-899-5903
Chevy '00 Tahoe, LT,
4x4, black w/tan leath-
er. 145K, winch & brush
guard. $8,900 OBO 793-
9130 or 205-907-0861

Chevy '05 Tahoe,
White, leather, CD,
3rd Row, on-star/
XM, 2WD, 40,500.
miles, very clean,
$18,500, Call 334-899-
7099. .

Chevy '03 Trailblazer
LT, seats 8, exc. condi-
tion. 14,000 actual mi.,
orig. price- $36,000,
asking $15,900 334-333-
Ford '03 Eddie Bauer Ex-
plorer, V-8,leather, sun-
roof, blue & tan. 89k mi,
towing pkg. Reduced
$8,900, 229-254-9774
'Ford '98 Expedition Ed-
die Bauer 128K mi. 3rd
seat, $4,300. 632-1100..

Ford '99 Expedition,
.Eddie Bauer. Rear air,
3rd seat. 5.4 V-8. Lthr.
Exc. cond. CD changer.
Ford '98 Expedition, 4.6
eng., 1 family, never
been wrecked,$6200
OBO, Must see to ap-
preciate. (334) 687-0058

Ford '03 Expedition XLT,
white, Ithr interior, 3rd
row seat, 74K mi., Clean
Car Fax/Title, Price be- ,
low book value. $9,500.
OBO, Call 334-380-4103
Ford '07 Explorer Eddie
Bauer, V6, 3rd row seat,
asking $20,975 obo, Call
Ford '04 Explorer V-8
34K mi. New tires, tow
hitch, Grey with black
bottom. Interior grey.
Many extras. $15,500.

ford '98 Explorer XLT.
Fully loaded. Rear air,
CD changer. V6. Excel-
lent shape. $3995. Call

GMC '00 YUKON 105K
miles; loaded SLT leath-
er, On-Star, sunroof,
DVD Player, warranty,
$9,000 334-695-0119
leave message

GMC '01 Yukon SLT,
Leather, Third row,
Tow Package, Good
tires, $10,200. 714-9510:

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Hummer '07 H3,
$26,100, Red, 9200
miles, Red/ Black
Leather Seats, Chrome
Brush Guard, Larger
Tires than Stock, 4x4,
Call 334-685-3463

.BRONZE, Auto. 6-cyl., 2
WD. 77,000, Loaded,
new tires, Great cond.,
$6500, 334-774-5405.
Jeep '01 Cherokee, 4x4,
cold AC & CD player,
runs great, new paint,
$5500 OBO, Call (334)
Jeep '01 Cherokee, 4x4,
cold AC & CD player,
runs great, new paint,
$5500 OBO, Call (334)
Jeep '05 Grand Chero-
kee, automatic, A/C,
CD, extra clean,
$18,500. 334-792-0645.
Jeep '94 Grand Chero-
kee, Automatic, AC, CD,
$2,500, 334-712-1531
Jeep 01' Grand Chero-
kee Laredo, cream col-
or, bug shield, side vis-
ors, roof rack, clean in-
side & out. 97k miles
runs great. $6500. 850-
Jeep '00 Grand Chero-
kee, looks good, runs
excellent, new tires.
$5500 OBO 334-701-


Jeep '05 Rubicon, Ford '00 Conversion,
$18,500, V6, auto., AC, top quality by Mark III,
46K mi., new BFGoo- like new, leather,fully
drich All Terrain tires, loadedmust see $9950
(334)699-8668, 803-5910 OBO 334-687-3171
Jeep '91 Wrangler, 4 cyl.
good shape, new top, Want to sell
Rhino bed line sprayed your automobile?
inside, $6500, Call (334)
726-0219 Place a
-~ Classified Ad
Jeep '06 Wrangler, 4.0L Today!.
6spd, AC,PS,soundbar,
special wheels & tires,
lots of options. 5k miles -
$17,500 229-376-2670

Ford '03 Windstar, Lt.
f# . -l Green, Minivan. 49k
miles, Loaded, new
_ tires, very clean, Great
S cond. $9,800, 791-9484.

Jeep '00 Wrangler, yel-
low, 5-spd. 6-cyl. 4 WD.
45,000 miles, Power

brakes, Power steer-
ing, CD, A/C, AM/FM,
runs well, low miles,
Fair condition 10,000, 6"
lift, procomp 35's 334-
Land Rover '00 Discov-
ery IISE-7, AWD, 75,000
mi., loaded, Blue Book
$9,675 Sacrifice asking
$6,995 OBO,
Call 334-347-4563
Land-Rover '99 Range
Rover HSE 4.6, fully
loaded, 95K mi., $8,900,
Call (334) 797-0768

Nissan '07 Armada,
Black/tan, oil changes
& warranty, $26,500,
Call Jeff 334-701-8303 or
Lacy 334-701-6020.

Ford '86 E-150 8 pas-
senger club wagon.
White, Auto. 8-cyl.
Power brakes, Power
steering, A/C, rebuilt
engine, runs well, Fair
cond. $3,500 or obo.
Call 334-699-5601.
GMC '98 Safari Van,
pass, V6, AT, AC, Rear
Air, Very clean, Exe-
cond&. 118K mi. $3,500.
Mazda '04 MPV LX,
front & rear air, privacy
glass, one owner, 69k
miles, $8600 334:693-
Nissan '04 Quest.
White, 58k mi. Loaded,
Warranty, DVD Ent. Sys-
tem, Heated Seats,
Auto Side Door and
Rear Door. Great cond.
$14,995. 334-701-9099.

Pontiac '05 Montana
5V6 Dark Blue, Van.
Nissan '04 Pathfinder, Auto. 6-cyl. 31,000,
67K miles, 2WD, Loaded, Power brakes,
$13,750, Excel. Cond., Power steering, CD,
Needs Nothing, Call A/C, AM/FM, stereo low
334-393-1855 miles, new tires, leather
int. very clean, Like
Nissan '02 Phthfinder new. $12,000, 850-594-
SE. Loaded w/options 7758 or 850-209-0787.
Excellent cond. $12,000.
Nissan '06' Xterra S,
black, V6, auto 33k
miles $16,500 334-300-
8102 leave message. -
Saturn '07 Vue HYBRID,
19k miles, white, beige .
leather, loaded, $22,500
OBO 334-723-3037 or TOYOTA-'03 Sienna Van
334-449-2832 Silver 86K Great condi-
Lull IUCU.ariC pm

Sequoia 04", 76,500
miles, leather, sunroof,
dvd, third row. $21,000.
OBO. 334-828-1303
Toyota'03 Highlander 4
cylinder, 79k miles,
$12,500, lists for 16k

Toyota '07 RAV4
Sport with XMRadio,
Silver, SUV. Loaded.
Auto. 4-cyl. 2 WO.
18K,low miles, sun-
roof, very clean,
warranty, Like new.
$21,500. (lists for
22,400), Call 334-585-
2604 or 334-435-2116.

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Toyota '00 4 Runner
Limited White, SUV.
Auto. 6-cyl. 2 WD.
141K, Loaded,
mdon roof,
leather r int.
Like new.'$8,000.

Toyota '04, 4-Runner
SR5 Silver. Excellent
condition. 67K miles.
Electric, leather, Spoil-
er, warranty $18,500
obo. 334-791-9595.
Toyota'01 Sequoia,
limited edition, tan
leather interior, sun-
roof, 109k miles $11,000


Chevy '88 Cargo Van
109K mi. Exc. cond. new
tires, $2,500. 334-774-

Dodge '01 Grand Cara-"
von ES, red, Van. Auto.
6-cyl. 2 WD. 120,000
miles, Loaded, Power
brakes, Power steering,
CD, A/C, AM/FM, ste-
reo, runs well, leather
int. very clean, $6,200,
Call 334-347-0496.

nUil LUoaUeU, Vry
clean, DVD w / remote
Asking $9,800 / neg


Notice is hereby given
to all property owners,
taxpayers and citizens
of the City of Marianna,
Florida that the Marian-
na City Commission has
determined violations
of the Marianne City
Code exist on the fol-
lowing property, which
constitute a nuisance:
1.Property located at
4466 Jackson Street,
further identified by
Tax I.D. # 03-4N-10-
0346-0000-1473 and un-
der the- ownership of
the Karl Granberry.
Violations include the
excess accumulation of
untended growth of
plant life; an unfit/u-
nsafe dwelling or struc-
ture; and conditions
which-are detrimental
to the property of oth-
ers and could cause
diminution of property
values (Marianna City
Code, Sec.22-28 (a) and
(b)). The City of Mari-
anna has determined
the costs of restoration
to be more than 50% of
the structures' replace-
ment value or repairs to
bring the structure into
compliance. Therefore,
the owners of said
property are hereby in-
structed to obtain a
demolition permit, and
remove the structures
,and clean up the prop-
erty within 30 days of
this notice.
Failure to comply will
result in the City of
Marianna vacating, de-
molishing, and remov-
ing or otherwise abat-
ing the nuisance in ac-
cordance with this or-
der and Marianna City
Code, Sec.22-28. The
expense of such per-
formance by the City of
Marianna will be
charged against the
real property described
above and the asses-
sment, when made, will
constitute a lien upon
the property by the City
of Mariannae.
Any person wishing to
appeal the decision of
the City Manager may
do so in accordance
with Marianna City
Code, Sec. 22-38, 22-39
and 22-40. For more in-
formation call the City
of Marianna Municipal
Development Depart-
ment at (850) 482-2786
between the hours of
8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.
Monday through Friday.
Jim Dean
City Manager

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* 2BR/1BA Duplex, x-large great room,
off street parking, all electric, lawn main-
tenance included in rent. $600.00 mo.
rent & security deposit. No pets.

* 4BR/1.SBA Brick home near college,
fenced-in backyard with BBQ, sink & fire
pit. $900.00 mo. rent &8 security deposit.

* 3BR/2BA, Great location, all electric,
very neat & cleaner. $850.00 mo. rent &
security deposit.

* Large Country Home - 4/2, 2 car garage
w/attached apt.. Neat & Clean. $1200.00
MO. Rent and Security Deposit. No pets.
Lawn Maintenance provided.
* 2/1 SW MH in Country. Neat & Clean,
Lawn Maintenance provided. $450.00 MO.
Rentand Security Deposit. NO Pets.

* Weekly Vacation Rental Available.
5BR/4BA, private beach, dock, gazebo,
grill, boat lift. Come and enjoy the beauti-
ful sunsets on Compass Lake. $2000 week-
ly rate.
* 2BR/2BA home in t9wn, all electric, with
workshop, back deck. $650.00 mo. rent &
security deposit. No pets.
* 3BR/2BA, very large home, all electric,
carport, lawn maint. provided. Hardwood
floors. $750.00 mo. rent & security
deposit. No pets, six month lease.
* 3BR/2BA Beautiful country home, sun
room & porch, great yard, carport, garage.
No pets or No smoking. $1200.00 security
deposit & monthly rent, six month lease.

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town location, large yard, $650.00 month-
ly rent and security deposit. No pets.

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located on Hw4 90 in Cottondale. Large yard partially
fenced with circular drive. Back patio with brick bbq
pit. This house has a lot of potential...5+ acres also
available (zoned commercial)for $15.000/ acre.
MLS#08-738 $175,000.

6946 FLORIDA ST. - Perfect home for 1st time home buy-
ers or would make an excellent investment income proper-
ty., TWo BR/1BA completely updated with new sheetrock.
flooring, cabinets and more. Metal roof with new vinyl siding
and new front porch. This home is located directly across the
school on the corner. MLS#08-1015 $94.500.

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ting on 5 Acres of Beautiful Grounds w/ Inground
Pool.Shed., & Walking Trails. Home features spacious living
areas, dining room, Florida room overlooking the pool.
3BR/2BA. Downstairs living area & covered porch are.
House in immaculate condition with heavy insulation, lots
of storage & workshop. MLS#07-2178 $274,900.
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LOVEDALE ROAD - 27 Beautiful aces that would
be perfect for homesite. Cleared and co uld be
farmed. Fenced on a paved road. Must see to appre-

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onicK nome in an established subdivision. Home
features 3BR/2.5 BA plus a bonus room. 2-Car car-
port. updated kitchen, new metal roof. storage
building. $212,000.


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SLake Denise * Office/Bonus room off mailer suite- #07-2312

* i' , ' . 1 * .1 r,,.in,,:, ,,. * ; ,.,3 ,i : I* i car carport *
-family room w/fireplnce * formal dining room * #08-1172
5095 Old
Hickory Circle,

3776 +/- sq.ft. * 3 bedrooms & 3.5 baths * Huge
kitchen, skylites.& glass across back of home *
WATERFRONT on Merrits Millpond * Dock, boat-
house & electric lift * #08-1177
2472 Kiwi Trail, Marianna

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baths * Master bedroom on main floor - Kitchen w/center
island - Formal living & dining room - #08-1203

floors * Granite countertops & stainless steel appliances* 1.60
acres * Adjoining 1.80 acres & barn available * #08-1156

w/lots of wildlife on prop * 3BR/2B w/new hardwood & carpetflooring *
Kitchen & dining area share double sided gas log fireplace* -#08-1161
Oak Trace,

on main floor- Inground pool w/outside shower & v bath * Formal giving
& dinrno room* Lare kitchen w/center sand - #08-1264
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. .. . 2119 Aaron Ave..
Grand Ridge

* ,h.,', : 4. r.,,l . ' , . ii, -. . ..i . r...i * Form al dining
room * Garden tub in master suite 18 x 9 front porch *#07-1418


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

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

over looks Indian Springs golf course * #07-1620

Meadowilcw Rd

Family room w/hreplace - 2 car garage & outbuilding Termite bond - 408-885
M I uDn1 *3 77-O Mn

Church St.,

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

Remodeled w/dbl pane windows, roof, hardwood & tile flooring &
appliances * New gunite inground pool w/salt water system & child
safety fence Formal living & dining room * #08-1105
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floors * Above ground pool - Nice cabinets in kitchen
* #08-127
. 3623 Greenfield
Rd., Marianna

� .I 1. l,, . ...i. m r I, ,I -I. *3BR/2B - garage w/insulated
door - Crown molding, base board, vaulted ceilings, hard wood &
etil flooring - Baths w/coltured marble couontertoos * #08-1103


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4257 W. Lafayette, Marianna, Florida 32446
(850) 526-5260-office (850) 526-5264-fax
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20202 J11rsn> i SW Av. BI.OUNTSTOWN
5BR/3.5BA honie on 2 ac in Blountstown.
inground pool & covered patio withi privacy
fence. Open kitchen with island, family room
and separate living room. This is a must see.
a#r7-2515$ 3 2,0 0nn nI

16514 PiE:AR SSiT., B.OulNTSrroWN
RENOVATION. #07-2092 $55,000


115 acres! Farm land, planted pines &
pond! #07-2805 $460,000

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Affordable New Home in Marianna! This
3/2 w/ 2 car garage completed in '07 sits on
beautiful corner lot. Comes w/ top of the line
appliances, upgraded carpet & vinyl, upgrad-
ed fixtures, office space, Irg back deck w/
storage space beneath. Lrg semi-basement w/
electricity. Vinyl siding &'stucco.
Dimensional shingles. Energy Efficient. So
much more! #07-2316 $149,900

DREAM HOME #08-206 $10,000

FOR CHILDREN. #08-1292 $130,000

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3/1.5 BRICK HOME #08-960 $99,900

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Great Location, open floor plan and split bed-
rooms. This 4/2 has new carpet, tile, light fix-
tures, ceiling fans, with-freshly painted interior
and exterior. 'Kitchen has Shenandoah cabinets
with hard surface counter tops. New windows
and doors interior and exterior. French doors
leading to new 10x12 deck and 8x13 workshop.
Also has new metal roof. #08-399 $144,900

3/2 Home built in 2007. Has vaulted liv-
ing room ceiling. Kitchen has beautiful
oak stain on cabinets. Has front and back
porch and sits on 1.14 arce. Open floor
plan with neutral paint choices and floor-
ing. #08-400 $136,900

Beautiful stately home on 12 acres with Big oaks
and 7+ acre lake. Property can accommodate horses.
Stable was converted to a,.game room. 4 bedroom
- 2.5 bathroom., with covered front porch over-
looking the lake. Back brick patio overlooking the
pool. Separate building set up as a workoul/litness
room. The homes also has a pool house. Must see
- too much to list #08-549 $499,900.

Nice 3 bedroom/2 birth home with hard-
wood floors throughout. Bath bathiroonms
are tiled. Fenced 'in yard in downtown

Nice 3 bedroom / 2 batl home on conier lot in
Greenwood. Home built ini 2000. This home is
price to sale. MUST SEE. #08-1094 $76,900.

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S Ora Mock, GRI
Broker Associate
(850) 526-9516
4257Lafayette Street, Marianna, FL
(850) 526-5260-office
(850) 526-5264-fax

BE-AU I IhUL Ir acle rhore
jarm mtIh 1680 5s. i 2 2
stucco/stone home with an unfinished, 1340 sq.
ft. master bedroom addition, making a total of
3000 sQ.ft. under roof. One bedroom / I bath
bunk house. 4 Stall horse barn with tack room.
2 Stall horse barn, stocked fish pond, fenced &
cross fenced,.RV pole barn and more. NOW
REDUCED ONLY $249.900 #08-940

f I HINGli F UIF!'Lb _
LYNN HAVENI Old Building of little value on the 3
lots. Zoned,low density residential with permission for
Minor S/D, and a survey, you can split property into 2
lots, for 2 homes. Comer lot, large shade trees in a nice
neighborhood in Lvnn Haven. #08-1059 $125.000

North Oaks - Spacious brick 3/2 home w/garage &
screened porch. Large formal living room and dining
room. All BRs have walk-in closets. Large master
bedroom has separate entrance, could be mother-n-
law suite. Landscaped I acre lot. #08-541. $175,000
S, .

Brick l/UU bI- 3/ home on 4.yy ac in the coun-
try. Fenced for animals. Chain link fencing
around the house. Wet weather pond & 1,456
SF old barn on property. Handicap master bath.
08-596 $140,000

Needs TLC. New wood laminate flooring, fire-
place and central unit. Interior needs painting,
some baseboards replaced, some floor covering
replaced and kitchen updated. Owner will do

Beautiful 3+ acre lot has oak trees and cleared for build-
ing. Frontage on a pond in SW corner of lot. Lot located
in vacinity of Silver Lake. All the amenities of Compass
Lake Hills - horseback riding, swimming, boating, fish-
ing. rental of cottages, campsites & lodge on McCormick
Lake, etc. 07-3070 ONLY $20,000 MAKE OFFER!

TEN ACRESI-Immaculate D.W. has split BR design.
Master bath W/garde4 tub, shower & 2 sinks. All
BRS have walk-in closets. Large kitchen W/pantry.
Security system. Wood burning FP. RV hook-up.
Storage bldg. Storm windows. Vaulted ceilings.
Back half of property is wooded. #08-1035 $110,000

MARIANNA - 5 Acres. County maintained road on North side
of property and a private road on East side. Wet weather area
on SE side. possible nond site. MH ok. #07-1692 $39.900.

location South of Bonifay, beautiful property. Well and
septic on property, do not know condition. House has
den that could be used as second bedroom. New bath-
room fixtures and some building supplies are in the
house, OWNER ANXIOUS. #08-945 $49,000

* COTTONDALE - 40 Acres has mature timber
& homesite on back 20 acres. Front 20 acres is
wet. Excellent hunting. #06-1863 $200,000.
* Lots in Compass Lake in the Hills Subdivision
beginning at $15,000
* Sunny Hill is a restricted subdivision North of
Panama City and the beaches. In area of new
Bay County Airport. A-2964 #08-1101 $18,000
* Cerro Gordo Estate, Westville. Enjoy fishing &
relaxing near Choctawhatchee River. Lot has
water & septic. #07-2162 $10,000.
* Grand Ridge- 15 Acres on Hwy. 69
South. Septic tank and city water. #A-2972

Tim & Patsy
Broker Owner/Realtor

(850) 209-3595
Call Us For 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

AFFORDABLE New Home in Marianna! This 3/2 w/2 car
garage completed in '07 sits on beautiful corner lot.
Comes w/ top of the line appliances, upgraded carpet &
vinyl, upgraded fixtures, office space. So much more!
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 drea/multi-
purpose room/office. Lrg back patio. A Must See!
i399.000 MIS #08-975

VERY NICE 2/1 home located in Alford. Sits on
comer lot. Very spacious with living room & den.
Large screened in back porch with plenty of shade.
Large 3 car shop/garage & another office/building.
All on paved street & close to shopping. 45 min-
utes to Panama City. $96,500 MLS #: 08-1247

CUSTOM BRICK HOME on 10'beautiful acres
fenced, paved driveway, wrap around porches, large
open Living Room with very high ceilings, large
stoned Fireplace, loft balcony, tiled, hardwood, car-
pet floors, sunroom. Perfect Small Horse Farm.
Vemon area 35 minutes to beaches and minutes
from New Airport. $449,000 MLS#: 08-1175

20 Acres (MOL)of excellent mostly open land.
Three highway entrances into the property.
Large existing building on property. Recent
survey. Great for mini storage, professional
offices, or retail! Very convinent to Chipley.
$695,000 MLS #: 07-2433
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LT~ILE DOVE RANCH on 13.6 a~crsjust 45 mnuxtc
fiomdr-CeacfiHcnwndy. Big-ktlyoaks.App
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NICE HOME located on paved street in Chipley. Great
for first time home buyer, retirees, or rental property. This
3/1 house comes with beautiful hardwood floors, well
maintained beautiful yard. 3 car carport. Detatched work-

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

WATERFRONTI 6.4 ACRES. 300 feet on water! Beautifl
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 $199,000! MLS #: 08-292



Gina C. Stuart
Broker/Owner CRS

(850) 482-4494

(850) 209-7150 Eve.

website: www.kbco
4389 Lafayette
P.O. Box 3
Marianna, Flpric

5454 10th STREET, Malone. Pristeen
condition. Over 1800 square feet of li
pine paneling in den and Master Bedr
with large oak trees. $12

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home has been authentically re
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wood flooring, crown molding
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being on vacation every d
home, beautiful lak
workshop/barn, and it's on
this one! $359,

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split near Jac
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2679 CHOCTAW TRAIL - Indian
Spacious brick home on wooden
vell built and energy efficient! C

4939 ANDERSON RD, Greeniw..
north of Greenwood off Hwy.
'home, acre lot, barn, lots

in The Oaks Subdivision.
with 3 bedrooms, 2 baths
tern, and more. $179,000

Gause & Associates Realty
Highway 71 South

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e Street
ia 32447

Hwy 73 N. Marianna, FL 32446
This prime piece of property with a total of 368 acres is being
offered with owner financing. Land is located only 3 miles north
of Mananpa and only 15 miles from the site of the new pro-
posed Country Crossings, with approx. 1/2 mile highway
frontage. This property would be any developers dream consid-
ering the new'Country Crossings will employee over 4000 peo-
pie that are going to need somewhere to live. OWNER
home in immaculate -
ving area, ponderosa"
room.100' x 190' lot

DRIVEThis home is'
he lake!! It is an
mina. $495,000 Gray Oak Way, Marianna, FL 32446
Beautiful new construction 3/2 home built in Greenfield
Subdivision. Home is sitting on one of the largest corner lots
(one acre). Home is complete and ready to move in. It is just
waiting on you! Upgraded everything cabinets, counter tops,
appliances, flooring, way too many upgrades to mention.
Home is a must see, call today and make your appointment.
Asking price on this executive home is only $274,900 and own-
ers are motivated so come and bring on the offers! Litt #08-184

, true victorian
stored. Features
e fireplaces, 13'

rs. $299,900
S4560 Hwy. 71, Greenwood
BBeautiful 3/2 home on over one acre, with 3777 sq,ft, under
roof, top of the line skyline with upgraded insulation, win-
dows, marble window sills, gas fireplace, stereo system
with surround sound that will stay with home, large kitchen
that has 32 cabinets, 20x28 workshop with a/c, 40x36 pole
barn with concrete flooring, 20x16 shed, 4 car carport
attached to home w/ceiling fans. 10x20 screened porch.
Home is a must see! MLS#08-1106

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Traci 1 Pittman Hill Rd., Marianna, FL 32448
This property is TRACT 1 and has several beautiful
lom home with homes site on it and is located approx 1 mile from
ckson Hospital Compass Lake in the Hills. There are a total of 9 tracts
e family room that are being offered that adjoin this property. It is being
and formal DR. offered in 20+/- acre tracts and is being offered as a
whole for a major price reduction. Check them out.
$196,500 OWNER FINANCING AVAILABLE. Call 850-209-8870
for details today. MLS# 08-856 thru 08-865

doublethide.with lots
Icarportf w/shop, 3898 Peanut Rd., Cottondale, FL 32431
LISTED ON MLS#08-240. List #08-240

1,DJOINS - thc .,
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ogwood Acres,
900 2393 Highway 2, Campbellton, FL.32426-7241

Historical home
old MHS near
verside School.
beautiful detail
Sis." .4552 Hwy 71, Greenwood, FL 32443
Beautiful 3/2 1984 sq ft. home with office, in need of minor
updating is located on Hwy 71. Chain link fenced yard around
the house. Home is listed for $125K with an additional 11+/-
acres that can be purchased,for $25K.The additional acreage
has a 2 acre stocked pond with its on pump. List #07-2888

ry Club Hills Unit [I.
Great neighbor-
School. $169,900
2983 Hall St., Marianna, FL 32448
Spacious 4 bedrooms, 2 bath home. Enjoy grilling out on the
back patio or sitting outside on the screened in porch. The
yard is beautifully landscaped with palm trees, azalea and
camellia bushes., Owner states that acreage is over 2 acres
per survey and home square footage is close to 2800+/-.
Priced to move at $105K List #06-3338

Springs. POOL! ]
d, acre lot. Very ,
:all us! $289,900

.. 3898 Peanut road, Cottondale, FL 32431
-r Lo,... just. 28 acres located behind home at 3898 Peanut Road, listed-at
fidLCC~it jlust Ul only $80K. Portion of property has been cleared and still has
71. Nice brick some irrigation hoses intact Wooded area has a couple ot
of fruit trees. small ponds on it. There is a legal ingress and egress ease-
ment from the highway to this property. Home and two acres
can be purchased for $75K. List #08-241

4494 Water Oak Drive, Mirlanna
Spacious home Beautiful- 3/2 stucco home is located in the only adult
Attractive brick connunity in Jackson County Home is in just like new
condition with a two car garage, alarm system, stain-
, sprinkler syS- less steel appliances, surround sound system with
speakers mounted in he wall and ceiling, recessed
pi , I_ lighting in kitchen, upgrade ceiling fans, screened in
Back porch, 10x10 shed, home is a must see. $20
monthly home owners dues. MLS#80-1048


Gause &,Associates Realty

Highway 71 South
AmL: 850-482-7990

Beautiful new home in desirable neighborhood. Close to town,
shopping and schools. Built to stringent 13Q m.p.h b. 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 re r., smooth top range, land-
scaped yard, 2 decks, Realtor owned. MLS# 07-1439 0214,800

Lovingly renovated 3BR/2BA home in a fantastic country
location on the edge of Marianna.The kitchen is immaculate
w new apple & custom cabinets. Living/Dining area has beau-
tifully restored hardwood floors, stained-glass effects & lots
of light. Home also features a sun room and a den/library
You'll love this home - its better than new! $164,900
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Very new, well maintained, 3BR/28A MH on 3.45 acres in a
secluded country location 6 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 S109,000

IUUl IIU nitlhe Qu u Ulay awaita. Iiii1 oSbFVu b ne orne Sit O n
fertile acres w/i a short distance of Panama City or Marianna.
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Move-In Readyl 3 bedroom brick home completely updated &
remodeled both inside & out. The kitchen is spectacular with
new cabinets, crown molding, countertops & stainless apple -
you'll love to entertain in this kitchen. Also, remodel includes
Snew flooring, high end fixtures & ceiling fans throughout
home. See photo tour or, better yet, call for an appt & see first-
hand how charminn this home is nt.-1R4 S1f nn00

Home features all the ammenities. 5BR/5.5BA. Gorgeous Mstr Suite w
FP, designer closet & patio overlooking pool. Plantation blinds, treyed
ceilings, nice Ble floors throughout home. Lower level features over-
sized entertainment room w wet bar, triple french doors that open to
pool & lanai & private guest quarters. Impressive! #08-1160 $449,900

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modern tastes. Home features 3BR/2BA. new wood flooring, 12
It 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
College. #08-964 S179,000

ing distance to Marianna. Home features a spacious kitchen
that's open to your living area complete w FP. With over 1900
square feet of living space, you'll have plenty of room for the
whole family at an affordable price #08-1056 $59,000
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