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Jackson County Floridan
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Jackson County Floridan
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Marianna, Fla
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penalty rejected

A Jackson County jury on
Friday recommended life in
prison for Harry James Davis,
rejecting the death penalty
sought by prosecutor Mark
Sims. Davis was found guilty
on Thursday of first degree
murder in the beating and stab-
bing death of Marianna resi-
dent Peggy Allen Williams.
The penalty
phase of the'
trial began
around 1 p.m.,
Friday. The
jury deliberat-
ed about 30
before reach-
ing a decision. Peggy Allen
Davis will Williams
be formally
sentenced in about a month.
While Circuit Judge. Bill
Wright has the final say on the
penalty, the jury's recommen-
dation carries heavy weight. It,
appears Wright agreed with the
12 jurors.. In fact, as he dis-
missed the panel Friday,
Wright said that his sentence
would, "Of course be life in
prison without the possibility
of parole."
Davis was convicted of
killing Peggy Allen Williams
-in her Azalea Trailer Park
home, in August 2007. She
suffered blunt trauma to her
head arid body as well as mul-
tiple stab wounds, and authori-
ties initially said that the blunt
trauma appeared to be the
cause of death. However, the
last witness sworn in at trial
Thursday cleared that up.
Chief Medical Examiner Dr.
Michael Hunter of the 14th
Judicial Circuit, said the stab
wound to Williams' carotid
artery was likely the ultimate




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Harry James

Freida Snowden testifies
Skinner / Floridarr

cause of death.
Hunter testified briefly about
several graphic photographs
that showed stab wounds on
Williams' body, including one
that opened some of the tissue
of her ear.;
Earlier in the three-day trial,
jurors saw evidence that sug-
gested Williams also had been
beaten with several, objects,
.including a microwave oven, a
frying pan and a container sim-
ilar to a paint can, which still
had contents inside. All three
of those objects were dented,"
Sims pointed out to the jury as

about her role in the life of Harry James Davis Friday. Mark

he built, a portrait of Davis as a
violent killer.
Toward the goal of obtaining
a first degree murder convic-
tion, rather than a lesser
charge, Sims drew testimony
from Hunter in the trial phase
that suggested Williams likely
suffered before she died, rather
than- losidig consciousness
early on in the attack.
There was little reaction in
the courtroom when the trial
verdict was announced
Thursday, but se\ eral iiLjribers
See DEATH, Page 7A >

See also:.

The killing

- Page 3A

The investigators
Page 3A
The verdicts'
-Page 7A.
The next phase
Page 7A

The trial of Harry
James Da\i iss one of
just a few cases in
Jackson County in
which the state has
sought the death
penalty. This story
takes a close look at
the convicted mur-
derer and the case as
it unfolded last week.

The Family Dynamic
Harrm James Davis' natural mother
was in and out of mental institution,
throughout his childhood.
His father died of AIDS-related
complicatoris when Davis was 13, and
Harrm found the bodN
His mother testified \ia videotapee ,
that the loss and experience devastated
her son, even though his father was not
the perfect farnil- m n. She said her
spouse spent most of his income on
prostitutes. and was not always the
most reliable alternative caretaker for
the children dunng.her many hospital-
izations. Although Harr) had mixed
emotions about his father, he loaed
See TRAGIC, Page 3A b

Sonic open

after brief

shut down
The Sonic drive-in restaurant
on Lafayette Street in Marianna
was shut, down temporarily
Thursday for violations cited by
the Florida Department of
Business and Professional
The dining establishment was
re-opened Friday, after correcting
the violations, according to
DBPR press secretary Alexis
Nine violations .were cited,
ranging in/topic from roaches to
the accumulation of grease on the
floor, according to a DBPR
inspection report.
The inspection wasperformed
on Wednesday, said Antonacci.
The following is narrative from
the inspection report:
Critical. Observed improper
use of bowl/plastic food contain-
er or other container with no han-
dle used to dispense ready-to-eat
Critical. Observed bate hand
contact of banana' by employees
and establishment has no
approved Alternative Operating
Procedure in effect.
Critical. Observed employee
switch from working with phone
to ready-to-eat banana without
washing hands.
Critical. Hot water not pro-
vided/shut off at employee hand
wash sink in front of establish-
Critical. Observed 3 dead
roaches on premises by 3 com-
partment sink.
Critical. Observed roach
activity as evidenced by 25 live'
roaches found around and in
banana box on top of safe by sun-
dae make table. Observed 1 live
*roach by handsink in rear of
See SONIC, Page 7A '

Hit and

run near

Authorities are seeking infor-
mation from the public. on a hit
and run that occurred in
Washington County Thursday.
According. to the victim, he
was riding along Highway 77
north of ,Chipley at about 8:20
p.m. when someone screamed
obscenities at him and hit him
with their vehicle's car door, the
Washington County Sheriff's
Office reported.
The victim, a 44-year-old white
male, was transferred to Air
See HIT, Page 7.A

Pilot not

injured in

plane crash

A New Jersey man walked
away from a plane crash in
Washington County uninjured
Thursday, according to the
Washington County Sheriff's
At 6:30 p.m., the sheriff's
office received a word of a crash
on Orange Hill Road just north of
Quail Hollow.
"The experimental Velocity
Pusher airplane, piloted by Gaia
Luca Noia, 36-year-old male of
Rockaway, N.J., was flying from
Dallas, Texas to Kissimmee for

See CRASH, Page 7A >

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Donald Allman and Les Lonsdale look for an opening while practicing at a meeting of the
Flintmarsh chapter of the Society of Creative Anachronism that was being hosted by Old Town,
Square open air market in Cottondale Saturday. The group was having a combination meeting/
yard sale to raise money for the group's activities. Mark Skinner /Floridan

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Z2A Sunday, October 12, 2008 Jackson County Floridan

Weather Outlook

It will be a cloudy day with
Today a slight chance of isolat-
ed showers. Jessica
Foster / WAMBB
High 820
Low 68

Tomorrow There's a very slight
chance of isolated
High 850 showers.
Low.- 64o

Tuesday "will be a party
S cloudy day and a
High 870 warm afteroon.
Low 630

Wednesday It will be another
warm, partly cloudy
High 87 day.
Low 620

Thursday The warm empera-
tures continue. It
High 880 will be another pan-
High & lv cloudy day.
Low 630



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Contact Us
Telephone: (850) 526-3614
FAX: (850) 482-4478
Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 520, Marianna, FL 32447
Street.Addressi .- ,
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Marianna, FL 32446
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Community Calendar

October 12 Sunday
The Jackson County Christmas Fund com-
mittee will take referrals for holiday assis-
tance Oct: 1-15, by phone at 209-8700. Those
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McCain Jr. will be on view.
River Forest Road will be closed to
through traffic, Oct.'13-23, for construction of
drainage culverts. Detours marked.

wno call will receive ani applicatioiUi at is ue
back by Oct. 25. To make a donation, mail October 14 -Tuesday
checks to Jackson County Christmas Fund, The Republican Club of Northwest Florida
P.O. Box 99, Marianna, FL, 32447. meets every second Tuesday of the month, at
nooh, at Jim's Buffet and Grill in Marianna.
October 13 Monday Call 718-5411.
The Jackson County Health Department Alcoholics Anonymous has an open meet-
Tobacco Prevention and Control Program ing each Tuesday, from 8 to 9 p.m., at the
offers Quit Smoking Now Classes that will First United Methodist Church, 2901
meet weekly, on Sept. 8, 15, 22 and 29, and Caledonia St., Marianna. Use rear .church
Oct. 6 and 13, at 5:30 p.m., in the JCHD con- e trance.
ference room. Curriculum developed by ex- The William Henry Milton Chapter 1039,
smokers for those who wish to be ex-smok- United Daughters of the Confederacy, will
ers. No cost to attend. To register, call 52A- ,meet at the Gazebo Restaurant in Marianna, at
2412, ext. 188 or 209-2024, or e-mail fodi- 11:30 a.m.; ritual begins at noon. Treasurer
na Ellen Wright will present, "Confederate
.* Alcoholics Anonymous has an open meet- Reminiscences and Letters," at the Dutch-
2 ing each Monday, from'8 to 9 p.m., at the First treat luncheon. The history and heritage
United Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,. group welcomes female descendants of
Marianna. Use rear church entrance. Confederate veterans. The UDC meets.the
Emerald Coast Hospice hosts a volunteer second Tuesday of each month, September-
meeting at 5:30 p.m., at the Wynn Street November, and January-May. Call 663-2570
Marianna office. A light meal and beverage for reservations.
will be provided. Chaplain Gino Mayo will Emerald Coast Hospice hosts a
present Grieving during the Holidays.""Bereavement Luncheon at 11. a.m., at 4374
Volunteers needed in Jackson, Calhoun, Lafayette St., Marianna. "Meet-n-Eat", with
Holmes and Washington counties Call "526- others who have had recent significant loss
3577 to find out how to become a volunteer, and with hospice staff. Volunteer Coordinator
Cottondale City Commission meets at 6 Matt Mathews will present "You Can Be a
p.m.,' in the commission room. Call 352-: -Volunteer." Reservations needed; ,call 526-
,4361. 3577.
The Jacob City Council meets at 7 p.m. Southeastern Community Blood Center's
.,Call 263-6636... 'mobile unit will be accepting blood donations
To observe the U.S. Navy's birthday,,at Calhoun Cl, Blountstown, from 10 to 4,p.m.
-McCain/Palin Victory' Headquarters invites Call 526-4403.
veterans for coffee and cold drinks between The Sneads High School Project
11 a.m. and 2 p.m. Memorabilia honoring Graduation 2009 group's monthly meeting is
Senator McCain's grandfather, Admiral John at 6 p.m., in,the Sneads High School Library.
S. McCain and his father Admiral, John S. Parents of SHS seniors are invited.

October 15 Wednesday /
The Jackson County Christmas Fund
committee will take referrals for holiday
assistance Oct. 1-15, by phone at 209-8700.
Those who call will receive an application
that is due back by Oct. 25. To make a dona-
tion, mail checks to Jackson County
-Christmas Fund, P.O. Box 99, Marianna, FL,
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 Bioreadiness Training for the
Community Lunich and Learn is 12-1 p.m., in
the Hudnall Building Community Room,
Jackson. Hospital, 4230 Medical Dr.,
Marianna. This program, specifically for
members of the community, is provided by
Jackson Hospital and the University of South
Florida Center for Biological Defense. Pre-
registration is required; call Karen Talley at
718-2842 or Jill Miller at 718-2601. A $5
donation to the Jackson- Hospital Foundation
is being requested to offset the cost of the
meal.' ..
Southeastern Community Blood Center's
mobile unit will be accepting blood donations
at Jackson Hospital from 7:30 a.m. to 3:30
p.m. Call 526-4403.'
The University of South Florida Center for
Biological Defense presents "Bioreadiness
Training for the Community," a Jackson
Hospital Foundation Lunch & Learn Event,
12-1 p.m., at Jackson Hospital, Hudnall
building, community room. A brief descrip-
tion of the different biological agents is pro-
vided, including delivery_,nd response sys-
tems. Pre-registration required; call Karen
Talley at 718-2842 or Jill Miller at 718-2601.
A $5 donation to the Jackson Hospital
Foundation requested to offset the meal cost.

The Marianna Police Department
listed the following incidents for'
Oct. 10, the latest available report:
One traffic accident, one suspicious
incident, two disturbances, one
vandalism complaint, one trespass-
ing complaint, one fight in progress
reported, one noise complaint, two
animal complaints, three assists of
other agencies, three public service
calls, eight traffic stops, one lost
cell phone reported, and one dis-
abled vehicle.
The -Jackson County Sheriff's
Office listed the following inci-
dents for Oct.10, the latest avail-
able report: Three abandoned vehi-


cles, one alarm, two assists of other
agencies, 'wo burglaries, one child
abuse complaint, two civil disputes,
one criminal mischief complaint,
one disabled vehicle, three distur-
bances, one drunk pedestrian, two
fights in' progress reported, one
flim-flam incident, one forgery
complaint," one road obstruc- ,
tion, four larceny complaints. g
two noise complaints, one men-'t.l
tally ill person, one missing
person, one public service call, one
report of shooting in the area, one
suicide attempt, four suspicious
incidents, two traffic accidents, six
traffic stops, two transports, one
unsecured building reported, one
unauthorized use of a vehicle, one
warrant arrest, two reckless drivers,
and one 911 hang-up.

The following persons were
booked into the county jail during
the latest available reporting periods:
Teresa Polidoro, 37, 4539
Barton Road, Greenwood, disorder-
ly intoxication.
.- Andrew Hosteler, 42, 343
Waterfall Drive, Springhill,
SFugitive from justice.
Marcus Rhodes, 30, 5918
Neals Landing Road, Bascom, serv-
ing weekends.
Michael Sylvester, 42, 430
Woodberry Road, Marianna, worth-
less checks-12 counts.
Megan Baxter, 26, 1858 Tobe
Lane, Marianna, resisting arrest
without violence, reckless driving,
leaving the scene with property dam-

David Roberts, 24, 5013 Spruce
Lane, Marianna, violation of injunc-
Fawantina Cockerham, 24, 2848
Leland Road,. Marianna, solicitation
of a crime.
Robert Marcil, 40, 15226 Culton
Lake Road, Wimuama, driving
while license suspended/revoked.
Steve Vann, 34, 2440 White
Pond Church Road, Alford, driving
while license suspended/revoked,
fleeing or attempting to elude, viola-
tion of state probation.
To report a crime, call
CrimeStoppers at 526-5000.
To report a wildlife violation,
call 1-888-404-FWCC (3922).

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Jackson County Floridan Sunday, October 12, 2008 3A


him, she'said.
Harry had other prob-
lems, too. He struggled in
school and was identified
as a slow learner. He went
to special education class-
es, and his IQ was eventu-
ally tested at just above
mental retardation.
The family lived in a
housing project in a rough
neighborhood. Fearing that
he'd gotten involved in
gangs in their hometown of
Chattanooga, Tenn.,
Harry's mother let him
move to Florida and live
with relatives in Pensacola
when he was 16. ,
It was there that his life
seemed to stabilize.
His cousin introduced
him to her church family
and he thrived in the envi-
ronment. He couldn't read
or write very well, but he
learned to play the bass
guitar and had other musi-
cal talents. His pastor testi-
fied at trial that he was
proud of the gains Harry
had made, and of his devo-
tion to the church.
That commitment was
related to something else
positive which had hap-
pened when he started
going there: In the church,
he found a family that
embraced him as their own.
Allison Snowden Fuller
testified -that he bore a
striking resemblance to her
beloved brother, who had
died two years before she
ever laid eyes "on Harry.
She took to him' immedi-
ately and found him to be a
gentle, loving. person who
would "give you the shirt
of his back," much like her
And there was another
similarity that kindled the
mothering instincts in
Freida Snowden, Allison's
Like Harry, the son she
had 'lost two years earlier
had also been "slow to cer-
tain things," as Allison put
it when she testified Friday
in the penalty phase of
Harry's trial.
Seeing in Harry the
physical resemblance and
same mental limitations
suffered by her son,
Allison's mother tucked
him snugly under her wing
and brought him into her
home to live.
He wasdoing well there
for a.time. He got a job
through an agency that spe-
cializes in placing disabled
He cleaned up in the
kitchen on a Pensacola
Navy base, routinely work-
ing 12-hour shifts. For a
time, he also worked for a
health food store in the
Adrian Miller, also of
Pensacola, thought of
Harry as a brother, and said
he freely used his time and
money to help and please
others. On one occasion,
he'd given Miller most of
the cash from his paycheck.
He often bought ice cream
for the children in the
neighborhood. He also
helped clean yards, and 83-
year-old David Watson
made the trip from
Pensacola to testify to that
on Friday. Watson said
Harry mowed his lawn
often and cooked for him
Harry made other
attempts to lead the life of a
productive member of soci-
ety, with yarying degrees of
He got a checking
account so that he could
obtain a debit card, but
never ordered any checks.

He dealt in cash, Snowden
said, because he couldn't
write checks or manage an
Snowden spoke of
Harry's life at home, saying
he did all he could to con-
tribute to daily family life.
He couldn't use a washing
machine, but he could Vac-
uum the floor, and he did
that and other chores he
could manage.
When he was 18, he mar-
ried a 44-year-old woman
who was also involved in
the church. That marriage
ended about a year later,
when he simply boarded a
bus one day to visit his nat-
ural mother in
Chattanooga. He essential-
ly abandoned the marriage
at that point.
His Pensacola extended
family said he was a
changed man when he
returned from his abrupt
trip to Tennessee.
Gone was his commit-
ment to the church and to
the woman he'd married.
But he stuck close to the
Snowdens and was rehired
at the Navy base when he
got back to town.
Along the way he
obtained a driver's license,
but usually rode the bus or
walked to where he needed
to go, unless Snowden or
someone else drove him
there in her van. But two
weeks before the murders,
Snowden had started teach-
ing him the route to his-
workplace and started let-
ting him drive to the comer
store on occasion. He had a
very bad sense of direction
and often got lost, so she
was taking things slow with
the driving lessons.
Snowden used her life-
time of experience to help
Harry along the way in
many other aspects of his
life as well,
She testified that she;
often comforted and reas-
sured Harry when he got
* confused. Sometimes he
thought he heard voices.
Sometimes he thought
things were happening that
were not;' Sometimes he
talked to himself. He'd go
to her for a reality check
after imagining encounters
with beings that no one else
could see.
He was prescribed a psy-
chotropic drug in 2003, but
the prescription was never
filled, according to testimo-
ny in court.
Confused and frustrated
by. his mental limitations
and his imaginings,
Snowden said, Harry
would sometimes grab his
head and shake it or hit it.

He called himself dumb,
and stupid. Snowden was
almost always there to
calm things down.
But when he borrowed
her van without permission
in early August 2007 and
headed for parts unknown,
she was in Chicago thou-
sands of miles away.
No one really knows
why Harry wound up in
Marianna, but the general
opinion is that he simply
got lost. When he ran out of
gas near the Azalea Trailer
Park in Marianna, he got
out and tried to flag down
at least one motorist.
Eventually, he walked to
the home of Peggy Allen

The killing

What happened next was
one of the most brutal mur-
ders on record in Jackson
Prosecutor Mark Sims
showed jurors the evidence
of that crime and made his
case: Harry Davis beat
Williams with a frying pan,
a heavy container of liquid,
and a microwave oven,
hard and often enough to
dent 'all the objects. He
stabbed her with a steak
knife seven or eight times.
The blade broke off, and its
tip bent when it hit a bone
in Williams' body. He left
bloody shoe prints all over
the house. Blood-spattered
walls left further evidence
of his murderous rampage.
Williams' brother dis-
covered her body lying in a
blood-soaked bed on the
afternoon of Aug. 4, and
her car was missing..
Four days later, investi-
gators would have Davis in
Case agent Derrick
Wester said it was an
excellent job by prosecutor
Mark Sims that led to .a
conviction as charged, and
top-notch police work that
led to the quick arrest of
the suspect he put on trial.
Wester laid out the key
developments of his inves-,
tigative team's search for a

The investigators
Wester and fellow inves-
tigators worked through the
night of Aug. 4 .and well
into Aug. 5 without ceasing
in their effort to find out
who killed Williams.
Ironically, their first big
break came when investi-
gator Jason McAlpin final-
ly left to get some sleep on
Aug. 5.
Shortly after he passed

by Williams' home, he
noticed a white van parked
by the side of U.S.
Highway 90.
He ran, the tag and the
ownership was traced back
to Snowden.
When investigators
called her home to inquire
about what the van was
doing there, Snowden's
husband told them their
"godson," Harry Davis, had
taken it without permission
and that was the last they'd
seen of him or the van.
Authorities processing
the van found a tag hanging
from the rear-view mirror
which bore Davis' identifi-
McAlpin and fellow
investigator Scott Edwards
made a bee-line, for the
Snowden home in
Pensacola. They contacted
Escambia County authori-
ties for help, and before
long they called with the
second big break in the
case: Williams' maroon
Buick Regal had been
found just around the cor-
ner -from where Davis
Edwards and- McAlpin
probed Davis' life' until
they found a friend who
would provide their next
break in the case and a vital
piece of evidence.
The friend told Edwards
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that folksy is in, I don't mind
admitting that the first line of
Joe Biden's latest e-mail
reminded me of my grand- .
"The McCain campaign is
on the ropes," Biden wrote
"Don't count your chickens
before they hatch," my grand-
mother used to say.
Since Aesop wrote fables,
people have known that it's
dangerous to assume they'll
have something before it's in
their hands. That's especially
true for presidential campaigns
with three weeks to go until
Election Day.
And yet, it's hard to fault
Barack Obama and running
mate Biden for a burst of con-
fidence this close to the finish
line. John McCain's campaign
*legs do look shaky.
- Many pundits are rushing to
declare the presidential elec-
tion over. Some are even talk-
ing about an Obama landslide.
That's because polls show
Obama with a widening lead
over John McCain nationally
and Obama gaining ground in
key states.'Other polls show
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than McCain to fix the devas-
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turnabout. "It is always theo-
retically possible that the final
presidential debate or another
intervening 'big event' domes-
tically or in foreign affairs
could give McCain an electoral
shot in the arm, so that he can
make up some or all of the lost
ground," he wrote in his
"Crystal Ball" newsletter.
"Yet," Sabato concluded,
"time is growing short for
major upheavals."
But if the 2000 election
taught us anything, it's that it's
not over until the Supreme
Court says it's over.
Besides, this isn't the first
time McCain had been
declared dead. One year before
he accepted the Republican
presidential nomination, he
.was written off.
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pollsters know the voters'
minds, especially this year. i
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Waiting for people to vote and
have their votes counted before
anointing the winner?
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sis, pollsters say. Plus,
Obama's storied cool
demeanor is serving him well,
while McCain can't get his
economic footing.
At the second debate,
McCain tried to put himself on
the side of ordinary Americans
by saying he would have the
federal government buy bad
home mortgages to help people
stay in their homes.
The McCain campaign ini-
tially indicated that the govern-
ment would buy the mortgages
at a discount, which would
save the taxpayers money. The
next day, though, the campaign
said that was a mistake, and
that the government would
actually pay the existing face
value of the loans. This is a
huge boon for the banking
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bailout bills.
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mortgages. He put up a cam-
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the same" on the economy.
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presidential campaigns gone
by, McCain's chief strategy

seems to be to try to scare peo-
ple off Obama.
"Who is the real Senator
Obama?" McCain asks at ral-
lies. He and Sarah Palin have
tied Obama to Vietnam Era-
radical William Ayers and
other unsavory characters.
They impugn Obama's honesty
as well as his policies.
The problem with the per-
sonal attacks, Michelle Obama
told Jon Stewart on "The Daily
Show," is that Obama has been
on the cartpaign trail for 20
months. He survived a bitter
primary campaign in which his
competitors threw out many of
the same questions, and he
won anyway.
Besides, does McCain really
want to remind voters about
his friendship with political
donor Charles Keating Jr? That
led to McCain's being one of
the senators. implicated in the
Keating Five scandal during
the collapseof the savings and
loan industry.
So, yes, Biden shouldn't
count his chickens before they
hatch. An'd McCain should
remember something else my
grandmother said, "People in
glass houses shouldn't throw
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of Williams' family hugged and cried penalty phase brought in expert wit-' having committed this crime.
as they walked down the hall to the nesses. Jurors also learned that Davis'
elevators and left the second floor of They testified that intelligence tests mother had a history of mental ill-
the courthouse. showed Davis had an 'intelligence ness, and an expert testified, that
About the guilty verdict, Williams' level slightly above mental retarda- genetics can play a role in mental ill-
son, Daniel Minton, said, "It eases tion. The experts also said Davis was ness.
the pain a little...nothing can bring mentally ill and one said he'd been Several people familiar with the
her back, but it does help." prescribed anti-psychotic medica- local court system said Thursday that
Minton declined to comment about tions in 2003 that he did not take. they could not recall a death sentence
the verdict in the penalty phase. Smith also called several people who being handed down in Jackson
Defense attorney Walter Smith had knew Davis and described the person County since the mid-to-late 1980s.
rested without presenting any testi- they knew as a gentle, humble, and
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had shown up at his house on Aug. 5.
He took a shower, washed some
clothes and settled in for a nap on the
couch. He slept for most of the day.
When he departed, he left behind a
pair of white shoes. McAlpin and
Edwards took those, and also found a
package of paperwork in the yard
outside the man's home. Among the
paperwork they seized was a receipt'
from a mechanic bearing Williams'
name. Crime lab technicians would
later find a single fingerprint from
Davis on the back of that document,
and it is believed that he had taken it
out of Williams' car.
On the shoes, crime lab technicians
found blood from both Williams and
On the pedals of Williams' car,
they found her blood.
Davis was located and arrested at
the home of his elderly friend, David
Watson, on Aug. 8.

The verdicts

With the state planning to seek the
death penalty if Davis were convicted
of first degree murder as charged, a
12-person jury was convened to hear
the case. The trial began Tuesday.
After deliberating two hours, they
returned a unanimous verdict on
Thursday: Davis was found guilty as
charged. That set up the penalty
phase of the case, which commenced
on Friday. Jurors assembled at 1 p.m.
to hear evidence and ultimately cast
an advisory verdict that the judge can


either follow or reject.
Defense attorney Walter Smith
brought mental health experts, and so
did the state, to shore up their argue-
ments for the appropriate sentence.
While the experts' opinions dif-
fered to some extent about Davis'
mental state at specific times, all
agreed that his intelligence, level was
determined to be just above mental
retardation and that he does suffer
from serious mental illness.
Jurors were asked to weigh those
mitigating factors against the aggra-
vating facts of the murder and decide
which was the appropriate sentence:
Life in prison without the possibility
of parole, or death.
At the crux of the matter were the
legal definitions of mitigating and
Aggravating, jurors were informed,
did not refer to the brutality of the
crime but rather to the intent of the
killer: Was the killing especially
heinous, atrocious or cruel in that he
designed his actions for the purpose
of inflicting a high degree of pain?
Smith argued that his client's men-
tal illness and limited mental abilities
in concert made him incapable of
such design, that instead he was act-
ing under the influence of his illness.,
Likewise, Smith argued, the other
aggravating elements under the law
were not proven in the case: There
was no evidence beyond reasonable
doubt that Davis had committed a
robbery or sexual assault during the
commission of the crime.

Sims naa a different view. While
there was no evidence of a successful
sexual assault, he arruged, Williams
was found half-nude with her shorts
and underwear tangled together near
the place she usually slept. That, he
said, suggested an attempt. He also
argued that William's empty purse,
found near her body, suggested that
Davis had taken her money even
though a large sum of cash was never
found in his possession or traced to
Unlike the trial phase of the case,
which required a unanimous vote to
convict,,a majority vote was all that
was necessary to decide the recom-
mended penalty.
The jurors returned after 30 min-
utes deliberation with their verdict:
Life in prison. .. .. -
Whether or not the verdict was
unanimous was not disclosed in
court. Circuit Judge Bill Wright sim-
ply polled the jurors one by one to
confirm that life in prison was their
majority decision. At the end of the
day, one member of the panel was
visibly upset: She was crying pro-
fusely as she left the jury box.

The next phase

Although the ultimate decision
about Davis' fate rests with Wright,
the judge made a statement in court
Friday that suggests he will follow
the jury's recommendation in about a
month. The date of the formal sen-
tencing was not set.

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James "warren" Lindsey

Mr. James "Warren"
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passed away Thursday, Oct.
9, 2008, in Marianna.
Mr. Lindsey was born on
Aug.16, 1925, in Altha, -to
Coy Shephard Lindsey and
Susie Iris Gratitham
Warren joined the United
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was honorably discharged
in -1946. He was an accom-
plished woodworker and
enjoyed working in his
During his lifetime,
Warren worked in' the con-

retired carpenter and an
avid fisherman.
He was preceded in death
by his parents, Walter W.
and Maggie Rhodes Rudd;
and one sister, Alma Mayo.
Survivors include his
wife,. Shirley Rudd of
Greenwood; two sons,
Alvin Rudd' and Michael
Rudd and wife, Lindsey, all
of Cottondale; two daugh-
ters, Mary Suie Ruidd of
Cottondale, and Tammy
Tyus and husband, Bill, of
Marianna; one brother,
Noel Rudd 'and. wife,
Kathryn, of Greenwood;
three sisters, Doris
Conway of Tallahassee,
Mary Ann Clark of
Lovedale, and Betty Moats
and husband, Roy J., of
Crawfordville; and six
grandchildren. '
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servip will hbe at 2 n i

struction industry and CDT, Sunday,' Oct. 12, at
owned his own construc- the Providence Baptist
tion company in -Duval Church Cemetery in
County. 'Greensboro, with the Rev.
Later in his career, he Jerry Mears officiating, and
worked as Building James & Sikes Funeral
Inspector for, Jackson Home Maddox Chapel
County and retired from 'directing
that job after 10 years of eThi family received
service, friends from 6 to 8 pm.,
Warren was lucky in love fSaturday, Oct. 11, at
and was blessed with two Maddox Chapel.
, loving wives.
In 1946, Warren married Lanier-Andler
Ellen Bradley Lindsey of Funeral Home
Baker County. She passed 25 Madison Street
away in 1978. Chattahoochee, FL 32324
Warren married Dons (850) 663-4343
Hickox Lindsey in 1978,.
He was preceded in death Marcus McAlpin
by his parents, infant broth-
er, Williams Henry Marcus McAlpin, 87,
Lindsey; this first -wife, died Saturday, Oct. -11,
Ellen Bradley Lindsey; and 2(008, in Dothan, Ala. He
three grandchildren, James was a native of the.
Wilbur Coleman, David Harda ay community in
Alen Coleman and Gadsden County, and a life-
Matthew Warren long resident -. of
Survivors include, his Chattahoochee.
loving and devoted wife of He retired from Florida
31 years, Doi's ,Hickox State Hospital'as a supervi-
Lindsey of Altha; two sor in the Forensic Unii in
daughters, Iris Sorenson 1980, following 37 years of
and her husband, Hank, of service
Interlachen, and Janice, Marcus loved his family,
Hawkey and .herhusband, friends, farming and his
George, of Bull Shoals, catfish pond. He especially
Ark.; two stepdaughters, enjoyed riding family and
Tina Marant of Covington, friends in the tractor and
La., and Elizabeth Davis wgon r olf cart, :ad was
and her husband, Pat, of always inviting guests to
Chipley; four ,step-sons, .jin himi feeding te fish.
Wilbur Coleman of The funeral service will
Earlton; Johnny Hodges be 'at. 11 a.m. EDT, on
and his wife, Betty, of Tuesday, Oct.'14, at the
Jacksonville, Jimmy Calvary Baptist. Church,
Fulford and his ife., Highway 90ap East, in
Thelma,, of Jackson~ille,,' Chattahoochee,
and Richard Kinney and his- will receive.
wife,, Jennifer, of T awil rece
wife Jenn.ifer, i friends Monday, 'Oct., 13,
Murrysville, Penn.; one sis- from 6 to 8 p.m. EDT, at*
ter, Mattie Jane ,Adkins of Lanier-Andler Funeral
Altha; 15 grandchildren; Home in Sneads.
nine- great-grandchildren; He is predeceased by his
and many nieces and great-grandson,. Bobby
nephews. Presnell; his sister, Evie
Funeral services were Cross;. and his bothers,
Saturday, Oct. 11, at 2 p.m., James ,McAlpin, Charles
at the Altha First' Baptist McAlpin, Cellie McAlpin
Church in Altha, with the and Clyde McAlpin
the Rev. Jim Mclhto0h offi- Survivors include his
citing. loving wife of 62 years,
Interment will be Leona McAlpin; hisdaugh-
Monday, Oct. 13' at,1 p.m. ters, Annette. Watford and
CDT, at the Oak Grove husband, Fred, and Evelyn
Cemetery in Macclenny. Settle and husband, Claude;
The family "received grandchildren, Tommy
friends Friday, Oct. 10, Cooper and wife, Kathryn,
from 5:30 to 8 p.m., at Cindy Phillips, Kenneth
Peavy Funeral Home. All Presnell and wife, Brenda,
arrangements are under the and Robert Presnell; great-
direction of Marion Peavy grandchildren, Timothy
at Peavy Funeral Home in Presnell, Matthew Royston
Blountstown. and Seth Marcus Cooper;
special family and care-
James & Sikes Funeral givers, Roy and Lynda
Home Maddox Chapel Chase, David, Sandi, Katy
4278 Lafayette St. and Cody Chase, Nathan,
Marianna, FL850-482-2332446 Rhonda and Savannah

www.jamesandsikesfu- Chase, Lynn; D Nae' Courtney and Chase
_neralhome.com_ Whitley, and Kim Kirby.
Alvin Clarence Rudd Special thanks to the staff
of Westside Terrace and
Covenant Hospice of
Alvin Clarence Rudd Sr., Dothan, Ala., for their lov-
71, of Marianna died ing care.
Thursday, Oct. 9, 2008, at Lanier-Andler Funeral
Bay Medical Center in Home, Chattahoochee, is in
Panama City. charge of arrangements.
A native of Gadsden Donations to Covenant"
County, Mr. Rudd had Hospice may be made in
resided in Jackson County his memory.
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ing up

Urban forestry plays a big role in the placement
reduction of topsoil erosion, cutting heat- entrances
ing and cooling costs, cleaning the air and Marianna,
providing habitats for wildlife, according 2008, U/S/
to a proclamation signed by Marianna Queen."
Mayor James Wise on Tuesday. It also d
The proclamation also announced the October 31
F: Hailey Robertson stands with Mayor- :.'

ames Wise as a proclamation is read. Right:
obertson meets with Marianan City
Aanagaer Jim Dean. Mark Skinner/

Meet the Miss National
Forestry Hospitality Queen

Ten-year-old Hailey Robertson has big
Now-that she's accomplished becoming a
national pageant winner, she plans to attend
college, participant in Miss America and even-
tually become a Supreme Gourt Justice.
"She's very outgoing," said her mother.
Amanda NlcCoy.
. Robertson earned her title by raising the
most money to go toward the program's schol-
arship funding.
She also %\on Most Photogenic, Prettiest
Smile and Best Personality.






Left: Breia Richardson
gets bumped by Kristi
Hicks and Jamie
Rodriguez while riding
the bumper cars at the
Jackson County Fair.
Right: Two-year-old
Leale Kostovic pauses to
deliberate about what
duck to pick up as Cara
Kostovic awaits her deci-
- Mark Skinner/

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Brownie is a eight to ten week old Jane is an eight to ten week old female Jo-Jo is a male two and a half month oTd Tarzan is an eight to ten week old malt
female dog. spaniel mix puppy. collie mix spaniel mix puppy.

Partners for Pets on Parade

If you are interested in adopting any of these pets
from Partners for Pets, 'please come by 4011
Maintenance Dr., in Marianna. The shelter hours
are Monday through Friday 10:00 3:00 and
Saturday 10:00 1:00. You can also call the shelter
at 482-4570 for more information or visit www.part-
Make sure to mark your calendar for Saturday,
October 18, 2008, because it is time for Pet-tober-

fest, again. It will be held from 9:00 a.m. 2 p.m. at
the Citizens Lodge on Caverns Rd., in Marianna, FL
There will be many fun activities, including the pop-
ular kids and pets dress up for Pet Parade, along
with face painting by Klown Kapers of Tallahassee,
pet pictures with Santa, owner/pet look-alike contest
and much more.
Dogs and cats from the shelter will be available
for adoption, as well as ;micro-chipping. There will

be a large silent auction, demonstrations by local
animal and health organizations, food booths, other
local vendors and entertainment.
All proceeds from this event benefit the Partners
for Pets Inc., Phil Rotolo Memorial Animal Shelter.
Please call 850-693-0605 for more information or to
volunteer. It will be a great day to spend together
with your family and pets.


for trees

of two signs to be located city Education Week.
that will say "Welcome to Marianna has been designated at "Tree
Home of Haley Robertson, City USA" for many years in a row, with
National Forestry Hospitality much help from the Marianna Garden
Club and Tree Board, according to
designates October 27 through MainStreet Marianna Director Charlotte
,2008 as Urban Forestry Youth Brunner.
"Last year they donated $2,500 to devel-
S' op this pocket garden behind the Gazebo
.m restaurant," said Brunner. "They do a fan-
.i tastic job here in the city."
Si- Brunner, Robertson, city staff, and the
garden club are all joining forces to pro-
mote a another successful year of havign
f Marianna dubbed a "Tree City."

'Trees are terrific'

poster contest
Kids can take part in celebrating our
city's trees by entering the poster con-
/test themed "'Trees are Terrific ... in
Cities and Towns!", I
Rules are as follows:
S ., - .* Poster must state and follow the
-_ ,* them e. ..
'" .. Standard size poster board (22" x
The student's and parents' names,.,
grade address, and phone number
where they can be reached must be,
writteri.on back of the poster.
Entries may be done' in marker,
crayon, pencil. colored pencil, water-
color, ink, acrylic, and/or tempra paint.
Deliver to: Mrs. Kim Cianelli,
SAdministrative- Asst., Municipal
Development, Marianna City Hall at
the corner of Jefferson and Clinton
Street: (Office open from 8 a.m .to
4:30 p.m.)
When. On or before Monday. Oct.
27, by noon.
PRIZES: $65 prize packages will be ,
awarded to winners in the following
divisions: Kindergarten through 2nd:
3rd through 5th; and 6th through 8th
grade. Posters will be displayed at
local businesses.






2B Sunday, October 12, 2008 Jackson County Floridan JACKSON COUNTY LIFE

Christina Lee McCoy and Ronald Clay Braxton

McCoy, Braxton to wed

Mr. and Mrs. J.W.
McCoy of
Chattahoochee request
the honor of your pres-
ence at the marriage of
their daughter, Christina
Lee McCoy, to Ronald
Clay Braxton, son of Mr.

and Mrs. Ronnie
Braxton of Winter
The ceremony will be
Saturday, Nov. 1, 2008,
at 1 p.m., at the W.T.
Neal Civic Center in

Cains welcome daughter

Phillip and Ericika Cain
of Sneads announce the
birth of a daughter, Isabella
Rose Cain, on July 7, at
8:06 a.m. at Capital
Regional Medical Center in
At birth, she weighed
nine pounds, nine ounces,.
and was 21 inches in length.
She joins a sister, Melody'
Cain, 17, and a brother,
Gavin Cain, 11.
Maternal grandparents
are Bernard and the late'
Patsy Neel of Sneads.
Paternal grandparents are
Ailene and the late Roy
Cain of Chattahoochee.

Corbins welcome daughter

Keith and Cassie Corbin
of Lake Talquin announce
the birth of a daughter,
Kloe Ellen Corbin, on Sept.
17, 2008, at 6:01 p.m. at
Tallahassee, Memorial
Hospital in Tallahassee.
At birth, she weighed
five pounds, 14 ounces, and
was 18 inches in length.
She joins a brother,
Austin, 6.
Maternal grandparents'
are Rodney and. Linda.
Deese of MariannaI.
Paternal grandparents are
Rex and Martha Corbin of
Kynesville.. .

Isabella Rose Cain

I .

Kloe Ellen Cprbin

KC George and Melinda Baggett

Baggett, George to marry

Mr. Cecil Baggett of
Altha and Mr. and Mrs.
Cecil Hall of Marianna
announce the engage-
ment of their daughter
Melinda Baggett of
Marianna to KC George
of Blountstown.
He is the son of Danny
Ray and Becky
Lawrence of Marianna.
Grandparents of the
future bride are the late
Red Baggett of Altha
and the late Mary
Baggett Carpenter of
The groom-elect's
grandparents are Edna
Barker and the late.
David Barker of

She is presently
employed as a preschool
teacher ,at Along the
Way Preschool in
He is presently
employed' at North
Florida Rental Center in
The wedding will be
on Oct. 25, 2008, at
Citizens Lodge at 4 p.m.
A reception will imme-
diately follow the cere-
All family and friends
are cordially invited to
attend the wedding 'and"

Mary Ann Watson and Jeffrey Leonard Whitfield

Watson, Whitfield engaged

Jack and Earldean
Hinson of Marianna.
announce the engage-
ment, of their daughter,
Mary Ann, to Jeffrey
Leonard Whitfield, son
of Charles and Linda
,Whitfield of, Grand
Grandparents of the
bride-elect are Arcie
White and the late Earl
White, and Dolly
Hinson and the late
Johnny Hinson, all of
Mary Ann is a gradu-
ate of Chipola College,
where she,. received an
Associate of Science
degree, and is currently
employed as an RN with
Crest Clinic.

Jeffrey is the grandson
of Martha Ruth
Whitfield and the late,
Leon Whitfield of
Marianna, and the late-
Fausteen and Leonard
Varnum of Altha.
He is a graduate of
Chipley Vo-Tech and is
currently employed with
Calhoun Correctional
The wedding will take
place at the couple's
future home, located at
1673 Delta Lane;
Marianna, on (Nov. 29 at
4 p.m. All family and
friends are invited to
join us, so come dressed
for weather and to enjoy

Harrison, Milton celebrate,

Hailey Harrison and
Virginia Miltoni, along with
their families and friends,
celebrated their fifth birth-
- days together with a party
at Guy's Gymnastics, on
Friday, Sept. 5. *
1. Hailey's actual birthday'
is Aug. 22. She is the
daughter of Cresh and
Alisha Harrison' and has
two older brothers, Skyler
and Seth.
Paternal grandparents
are Mr. and Mrs. C.C.
Harrison Jr. of Sapphire,
'N.C. and Marianna.
Maternal grandparents are
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Sasser

Virginia's actual birth-
day is Aug. 28. She is the
daughter of Bryan and
Merianr Milton and has an'
older sister, Anna Beth.
Paternal grandparents
are Mr. and Mrs. John"
Milton V, of Marianna.
Maternal grandparents are
Mr. and Mrs. Martin
Schack, also of Marianna.
Hailey and Virginia are
both' in Miss Vickie Lally's
kindergarten class at
SGolson Elementary.
On her actual birthday,
Hailey celebrated by bring-
ing cupcakes to her class

Hailey Harrison and Virginia Milton

and the office, guidance
and library staff.
Virginia celebrated by

bringing cookies to her'.
class during lunch.

Everyone needs encouragement

Smith turns 2 years old

Cy P.H. Smith of Oviedo,
celebrated his second birth-
day with family and friends
at a barnyard-themed party
at Red Bug Lake Park in
Casselberry, on Saturday,
Oct. 4, 2008.
Cy is- the son of Brian
and Mica Smith of Oviedo.
He is the grandson of
Steve and Donna Hughes
of Malone, Michael and
Judy 'Jackson of Grand
Ridge, and Steve and
Debbie Smith of Polk City.
Great-grandparents are
Johnnie Skipper "and the
late James H.. Skipper of
Malone, Charles and Linda
Jackson of Grand Ridge,
Dan and- Sharon Odom of
Headland, Ala., and Jerry
and Betty Parkman of




Josh and Nicole Trafton
proudly announce the birth
of their daughter, Madison
Michelle Trafton. Madison
was born on July 25, 2008,
at 12 a.m at Tallahassee
Memorial Hospital in
Tallahassee. The young
lady weighed 8 pounds, 14
ounces, and was 21/2 inch-
es long.
The proud grandparents
are Sherry Faircloth and*
Bubba Faircloth of Sneads;
and Mark Trafton III, and
the late Frances H. Trafton
of Tallahassee.
Madison's great-grand-
parents are Johnnie Daniels
and the late Frank Daniels
of Sneads; the late Henry
W. and Ruby Faircloth of
Sneads; the late Harriet and

Cy Smith

Madison Michelle Trafton

Mark Trafton Jr. of
Tallahassee, and the late
Sara Dunn and Robert
Mills Hall of New Smyrna


There are certain people
that are very important dur-
ing this unpredictable day
and time. They are those
whom we depend on for
support, now more than
ever, and for encourage-.
ment and motivation.
When there are so, many
people going through
stages of depression caused
by unemployment, foreclo-
sures, high gas prices and
high food prices, we all
need a boost in one way or
One of the organizations
many of us count on for
support is the church. How
you are affected in most
instances, depends on the
leadership, 'or lack of lead-
ership of the pastor of a
particular church. His or
her ability to give a strong
message of encouragement
to the congregation is
extremely important in this
day and time (especially if
the choir sounds bad). In
order to be a successful
.pastor you usually need
dedication, sacrifice and
sincerity as your ally.
Our teachers have the
responsibility of not only


Yasmin Dunston

Dunston is 7
Yasmin Dunston of
Marianna celebrated her 7th
birthday on Oct. 9.

our chil-
dren, but
*irig and
them to be .
all that they '
can be.
When you Murphy
send or
drive your children to
school each day, you are
leaving them in the hands
of "our teachers; and you
expect those
teachers to do their job. In
order to be a teacher of
quality, a teacher must
enter the classroom well
rested, well versed on'cur-
rent events and show lead-
ership. A caring teacher
can become the most moti-
vating force in a child's life.
It's not easy for many
parents to provide for their
children financially (some
working more than one
job) while being faced with
the task of trying to keep
our children from the pit-
falls of life (drugs, alcohol
and crime).,
Part of the responsibility
of being a good parent, is to
encourage and motivate our
children as much as possi-

ble. People in general are
currently going through
tougher times these day's
than they' have ever wit-'
In a report on CNN news
the other day, Psychiatrist
Doctor Gail Saltz stated
that her patients were in the
worst psychic shape since'
9/11. She also stated -that
over '80% of her patients
worried about money.
Doctor Gail Saltz also
informed .the public of
some facts 'that have often
been expressed in this col-
un'n; exercise relieves
stress, and listening to
music can be a great way to
relax your mind. Today's
events can put a great deal
of stress on marriages.
One of the most impor-
tant things that a spouse or
partner can do is show con-
cern for one another by
offering encouragement. In
many instances, one spouse
is more adept at giving
praise and encouragement
than the other.
If there are times that
your, preacher is not quite
as effective as usual; and
your 'teacher doesn't seem
as full of ideas and pep as
usual; or your parents or

spouse seems somewhat':.,
tired and worn out from.';
. life's daily routine; there's a
good chance they are suf-.
fering from "burnout".
The fact is; preachers,'
teachers, parents and-
spouses often need encour- .
agement and motivation ,
themselves; in order to give-
them the ability' and'
strength to encourage and,
motivate you and me. I
have learned that some of
our most staunch leaders
are going through the same -
trials and tribulations that.
others go through.
Our politicians, doctors,.
ministers, teachers, execu-
tives, and people from all'
walks of life have one thing.
in common, we are all.
human. With this fact in
mind, all of us need".,
encouragement and moti .
vation from time to time.
It won't hurt to tell those,
who do their best to keep
you lifted up how much"..-
you appreciate them.
I am positive your state-.*"
ment of appreciation will
give them the energy;,
encouragement and moti-.
vation they need to carry.

Jackson County Life Policy

Birthdays photographs with copy are free for children 12 years old and under -
and adults 90 years, old and above. There are no exceptions.
All other birthdays, including those signifying special birthdays such as 40th or 50th
, must run as paid advertisements.
Weddings $35 for the first 250 words. $20 for an additional 150 words. One
photo is allowed per wedding.
Engagements $35 for the first 250 words. $20 for an additional 150 words. One
photo is allowed per engagement.
Anniversaries Free for the 50th. 75th and any anniversaries above 75.
Anniversaries in this category may include up to tRo photos an early years of mar-
riage 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 sec-
ond photo will cost an additional $20. Also. a charge of $20 will be added for each addi-
tional 150 words.
Deadline for Sunday is Wednesday at noon. Send submissions to editorial @jcflori- ., or mail them to P.O. Box 520, Marianna, FL. 32447. The Jackson County'
Floridan reserves the right to edit all advertising and news content submitted for publ- :
Stay up to date on Jackson County Life by subscribing to the Jackson County
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Jackson County Floridan Sunday, October 12, 2008 3B

This year's Pet-toberfest
is Saturday, Oct. 18, at the
Citizens Lodge in Marianna,
from 9, a.m. to 2 p.m.
Many events are
planned: Kids-and-pets
dress-up for Pet Parade, pet
pictures with Santa, an
owner/pet look-alike con-

Scott twins.
first birthday
Twins, Berry Standland
Scott and Allie Brooke,
Scott. celebrated their first
birthday on July, 5, 2008.
Parents are Peter and
Ashley Scott of Cottondale,
and big sister is Josie Scott.
Grandparents are Fern
and Mary Ann' Standland
Scott of Cottondale; Jack
and Patsy Berry Gainer of
Chipley; and Don and
Gloria Potts, also of

Sims retires a

Gertrude Sims of Marianna
ter of appreciation for hei
service to the residents of S
Tracy Clemmons. Sims rec
of service. She began her o
washeld in her honor. Ma
offered best wishes. Coi

Car Seat Safety
Checkup is Oct. 18
The Jackson County
Health Department will host-
a Car Seat Safety Checkup
Saturday, Oct. 18, from 9 to
11 a.m., in the McDaniel
Grocery parking lot at 8166
Highway 90 in Sneads.
The event will include
installation lessons, recall
notification, and discounted
seats for low-income/assisted
families. Call 482-9988.

test, cutest pet photo con-
test and more.
Dogs and cats will also
be available for adoption.
There will be food
booths and demonstrations
presented by area animal
and health organizations.
A large silent auction
will be held, along with
antique appraisals by Justin

Peters of Wiregrass
Auction Depot. Bring your,
small antiques to be
appraised for a $10 fee.
All proceeds benefit the
Partners for Pets, Inc., Phil
Rotolo Memorial Animal
Please call 693-06,05, for
more. information or to vol-
unteer help.

Berry Standland Scott and Allie Brooke Scott

USF Bioreadiness
Training is Oct. 15
University of South Florida
Center for Biological Defense
offers Bioreadiness Training
for the community at a Jackson
Hospital Foundation Lunch
and Learn Wednesday, Oct. 15,
12-1 p.m., in the Hudnall
Building community room.
Bioterrorism is the applica-
tion of biologic agents or their
toxins as a weapon against peo-
.ple, animals or crops. A brief
description of the different bio-
logical agents will provided,
along with information on deliv-
ery and response systems.
Pre-registration required;
call Karen Talley, 718-2842, or
Jill Miller, 718-2601. A $5
donation tb the Jackson
Hospital Foundation is request-
ed to offset the cost of the meal.

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Maggie, Me/Too and Satchmo get ready to do their best bee impressions for their turn
in the pet parade at the 2007 Pet-toberfest. This year's Pet-toberfest will be Saturday,
Oct. 18, at the Citizens/Lodge in Marianna, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Mark Skinner/Floridan

Emerald Coast Hospice volunteer meeting is Oct. 18

Emerald Coast Hospice will host a vol-
unteer meeting Monday, Oct. 13, at 5:30
p.m., al the Wynn Street Marianna office. A
light meal and beverage will be provided.
The evening training session will be
"Grieving During the Holidays," with
speaker Chaplain Gino Mayo.

Volunteers are needed in Jackson,
Calhoun, Holmes and Washington coun-
ties to assist with patient care, emotional
support, bereavement and community
activities. Emerald Coast Hospice provides
training and support.
Call Matt at Emerald 'Coast Hospice to
find out how to become a volunteer -

(850) 526-3434
Dear Voters,
As I consider my vote for Jackson County Sheriff, I think about Lou
Roberts and how he and his team professionally and capably responded to
a recent situation. Not too many months ago, a friend of mine wanted to
give me a 410 gauge shotgun. On the day he decided to bring it to my
busy office, he brought it uncased. My friend was seen by an astute pa-
tient who called 911 (kudos to her!) while waiting in her car.
The patient's call activated an impressive group of law enforcement
personnel who coordinated exceptionally fast. In short order, they secured
the building and were in constant communication. They took the threat
very seriously as it was clear that .public safety was their paramount con-
I learned of law enforcement's arrival at our location from a call placed
by the man-in-charge, Lou Roberts. He quickly assessed the situation,
down-graded the threat and entered my office. He secured the scene and
called for the team to stand down. My friend, initially detained and coun-
seled regarding his judgment, was ultimately released.
I've reflected on this event over the past.few months and wanted to
share my experience with you in the following three points:'
1. I was impressed by the team's obvious advanced training and experi-
ence. Their actions were aggressive yet cautious; appropriate for the
number of citizens potentially at risk.
2. When the threat was determined benign, the law enforcement team
quickly withdrew allowing workers to return to their routines, and
many whom were unaware of the team's presence; providing protec-
tion without distress.
3. I think we in Jackson County are very fortunate to have this group of
men and women who stand ready at a moment's notice to protect
us from those who would-harm us, and yes, protect us from ourselves!
Mr. Roberts' leadership was evident in this situation as Chief of Police
and for our future, as Sheriff. It.was clear his style commanded respect,
response, and restraint. The team executed their obvious preparation and
expertise for situations just like this one which enabled a very successful
outcome. I think Lou's knowledge of the building's layout, its location,
and the type of personnel in the building additionally contributed to the
success in the response.
Mr. Lou Roberts is the obvious choice for Sheriff of Jackson County.
Lou's leadership, training, knowledge of our community, his ability to
control situations, and his concern for the safety of all Jackson County
Citizens are qualities I want in my next Sheriff.

Joe H. Gay,'M.D.

Pd. Pol. Adv. Sponsored and Paid for In-Kind by Chipola Medical
Associates 4230 Hospital Dr. Suite 210 Marianna, Florida 32446.
Approved by Lou Roberts, Democrat for Jackson County Sheriff.

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Pet-toberfest 2008

coming Oct.


ifter 32 years

accepts a plaque and a let-
r many years of dedicated
unland from Superintendent
ently retired, after 32 years
career in 1976. A reception
any friends and co-workers
ntributed photo

Good Luck

. At The National

Peanut FeaLival Pageant!

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4B Sunday, October 12, 2008 Jackson County Floridan


Chipola brain bowl teams perform well at FSA and Faulkner

MARIANNA-The Chipola
Brain Bowl team scored big wins
in a pair of recent tournaments at
Faulkner State, and Florida State
The Chipola Gold Team fin-
ished third in the Faulkner State
ACBL Tournament on Oct. 3.
Chipola Gold lost to the eventual
champion Northeast Alabama
(240-225) in the semi-finals, but it
won the consolation game over.
Bevill State CC.
Anthony Garrett and Brad
Wells finished fifth and sixth,
respectively, in individual scoring.

Gold Team members are:
Anthony Garrett, Brad Wells,
Jordan Belser and Ryan Wells
(captain). -
The Chipola Blue Team fin-
ished with a 3-3 record in round-
robin play and made the eight-
team playoff -round, where they
lost in the quarterfinals. Blue
Team members are: Drew Padgett,
Cody Pickens, Nathan Hooppell
and Anthony Berkeley. Of 64 par-
ticipants in the tournament, all
eight Chipola players finished in
the top 32 in individual scoring.
The Chipola Gold Team com-
peted with four-year and commu-
nity colleges in the FSU Early Fall

Tournament on Oct. 4. Chipola
finished with a 6-2 record with
highlight wins over Georgia Tech
(205-200) and defending national
champion Valencia Community
College (215-80). Chipola Gold
won all of its junior college
matches with its only losses
against eventual, champion,
University of Georgia, and runner-
up, University of South Florida.
Anthony Garrett finished the
tournament as the tenth overall
individual ind second -overall
among junior college players.
Chipola Brain Bowl coaches are
Stan Young and Dr. Robert

Ihe C(hipola Brain Bowl Gold Team finished third in the Faulkner State
Tourney on Oct. 3 and compiled a 6-2 record at the FSU Early Fall Tourney
on Oct. 4, Gold Team members are, from left: Anthony Garrett, Brad
Wells, Jordan Belser and RyanWells (captain). Contributed photo

The Optimist Club of Jackson County Board of Directors for
2008-2009 One year board members, Karen Keesee and
:Voncille Williams; two year board members, Brigitta Nuccio,.
.Betty Demmon and Rose Parramore; Past President Sylvia
-Henry; Vice President Shellie Hollis; President-elect Azur Sims;
President Debbie Gochenaur; and Lt. Governor Author Baker,
zone 3 installing officer..- Contributed photo

SOCJC hosts

installation banquet.
The Optimist Club of Jackson County held their 2008-
2009 installation banquet Sept. 16, at the Russ House in
The following members were presented pens for perfect
attendance: Dena Bishop and Azur Sims (one year);
Voncille Williams (two years); Sylvia Henry (three years);
'Rene Hollis and Sheila Glover (five years); Karen Keesee
-(nine years); Debbie Gochenaur (10 years); Shellie Hollis
: (11 years); and Sylvia Stephens (19 years).

Library partially open

The Jackson County Public Library is now open
for computer use 6nly. Book check-outs and Story
Time will resume when the Library fully re-opens..

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The Jackson Cointy Board of Commissioners will hold a public hearing on Tuesday, October 14, 2008 at
9:15 A.M:or as ;oon thereafter as possible, in the County Commission Meeting Room, Jackson County
Administration Ejilding, 2864 Madison Street, Marianna; Florida, for the purpose of adopting supple-
mental budgets or Fiscal Year, 2007-08; to include moneys received and cash balances carried forward
above or beyorn the original estimates.

uu0 Lenerai'evenue
101 LawLibery
102 Local La Enforcement Training
103 Fine & Frfeiture -
104 Transpdation.Trust
105 Drug Cart
107 Library (rant
108 Contrabnd Forfeiture
121 Crimes prevention.
122 Article LTechnology"
123 Five Cet Local Option Gas Tax
124. Supervior of Elections
128 JC Agdrulture Complex Revenue
129 JC.Agriulture Complex Operations and Maintenance
142 E911 -
143 EMS Gont
148 PPLCS~tate Grant
149 Low Inome Home Emergency Assistance Program Grant
150 .Weathdzation Grant
151 Low Inome Emergency Home Repair Program Grant
152 Hazardus Materials Grant
155 Local Husing Assistance Trust
157 LSTA(qants
159 Emergecy Management Grant
160: JacksoiCounty Economic Recovery
164 Recyclig & Education Grant/Small County Grant
172 Public defender
173 Court Ficility
178 Flood $ Disaster
179 Court Onstruction Improvement
181 Tourist)evelopment
186, CDBG-0ONR Grant
187 Stormvier Fees
190 Utility Fes
193 Sheriff-viation.Fund
196 Jacksoi County Agriculture Center
197 Additiosl Court Costs/$65.00
227 JC Agriulture Complex Revenue Bond Sinking
291 Capital'nprovement Series 2003
359 NewErergency Management Building Construction
385 Road instructionn
394 West Jckson County Development Authority .
416 Recyclig Program
419 Parks &Recreation
492 JacksoiCounty Utilities

Less Trnsfers


$16,649,804 $ 3.







3,857,683 3,5
347,117 1

966.476 $ 20,616,280
340,381 8,009,010
753,928 7,626,350
276,890 276,890
32,000 32,000
039,675 5,778,554
108,640 621,799
41,500 107.200
251,841 474,200
25,500 25,500
354,919 354,919
84,000 84,000
35,860 35,860
7,500 7,500
3,679 3,679
757,700 757.700
6,025 6,025
83,000 '83,000
144,516, 344,516
35,950 35,950
81,200 81,200
8,000 8,000
10,000 113,495
595,000 1,695,000
41,901 2,141,901
44,296 7,401,979
62,390 162,390
57,400 504,517
87,200 800,925

(6,993,260) (1,753,509) (8,746,769)

$ 38,069,694 $ 17,683,858 $ 55,753,552

Complete details of amended budgets are available for public inspection at the Jackson County
Finance Deprtment, 2864 Madison Street, Marianna, Florida.

Persons areadvised that, if they decide to appeal any decisions made at these meetings/hearings,
they will ned a record of the proceedings and for such purpose, they may need to insure that a
verbatim reord of the proceedings is made, which includes the testimony and evidence upon which
the appeal ido be based, per Section 286.0105, Florida Statutes.


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Being peanut queen isn't an easy job


Complete silence falls as
the audience holds its
breath while the young
woman on stage searches
for the right definition,
example or metaphor to
best illustrate the term.
This isn't the latest reality
TV game show or even a
national spelling bee, but
for the contestants in the
Miss National Peanut
Festival pageant, the stakes
seem just as high.
Fifty girls will vie for the
Little Miss title and 48 will
compete for Miss.
"They draw out a word
and have to speak on that
topic for 60 seconds we
really want to see how well
they do in a high-pressure
situation and. find out if
they can think quickly on
their feet," said Janet
Hughes, chairman of the
pageant, which is regarded
as the Holy Grail of the
Wiregrass pageant circuit.
"Their verbal skills weigh
heavily because they will
be called on to speak in
public frequently through-
out their reign."
Behind, the glamour,
pageantry and fancy foot-
work found at the Miss
National Peanut Festival
pageant, you will find lots
of work. Once the spotlight
goes out on this year's pag-
eant, a brief lull will follow
before preliminaries begin
again in January.
For the girls competing
in both Big and Little Miss,
it's practically a year-round

"We start practicing in
June for the opening num-
ber, but the girls have been
preparing with their coach-
es for interview, verbal
communication and written
essay long before that."
'Once the crown is in
place, a whirlwind of activ-
ities greets the new queen,
all leading up to the open-
ing of the National Peanut
Festival. They attend the
cub mobile derby, costume
contest, recipe and cake
decorating contests, ribbon
cutting, lamb show, hog
show, cheerleading expo,
concerts and the list goes
From there, it's only just
begun, according to
Hughes. Although many
appearances involve a lot
of smiling and waving, the
reigning queen is called on
to promote important
events such as the Girls
Club father/daughter ban-
quet and the walk for the
March of Dimes.
"I counted that this year,
I was in 14 parades and
events in 17 different
cities," said Madison
Wester, the 2007 winner
from Grand Ridge, Fla.
"When you take on the
title, you are taking on a
That's not to say it does-
n't have its lighter
moments. "I got to do
things I never thought I'd
do like dancing on stage
with Jeff Bates," Wester
said. "My most memorable
moment was pouring
grease on the greased pig -
I'd never seen anything
quite like it before."
And what does the queen

Winners in this years National Miss Peanut Festival pageant were, from left, fourth runner up Miss Eufaula,
Rebecca Hart, second runner up Miss Graceville, Kara Jumper, Miss National Peanut Festival Madison Wester,
first runner up Miss Houston County, Ashley Silavent, and third runner up Miss Dothan, Ashley Davis. Media
General News Service,

get in return besides greasy
hands and ruined shoes?
Experience, Wester said.
As a communications
,major at. Chipola College,
'Wester learned 'things that
can't be taught in a class-
room. "I loved speaking at
luncheons in front of may-
ors from Montgomery to
Dothan," she said. "The
contacts I've made will
help me greatly in the
future." *

The contestants and hew
queens also form close
bonds from shared experi-
'ences. Because, the Miss
.and Little Miss queens are
required to do so much
:together during their reign,
they usually become close.
"We've always had good
:queens, but these two just
seemed to gel," Hughes
said: "Reagan (Cleveland,
Little Miss National Peanut
Festival 2007) doesn't have

a sister and she never had.a
big miss as Little Miss
Abbeville, so this was the
first time she had the
opportunity to be around an
older girl.
"The Miss serves as a
role model for the younger
The Little Miss queen
wins her preliminary pag-
eant while in first grade,
competes in second grade
and ends her reign in third

"We've found that this
age is ideal as far as their
social development goes,"
said Hughes, who is also
chairman of the Little Miss
pageant for the first time.
"Any younger and they just
aren't ready. Any older and
they're usually involved in
too many activities to make
it work."

Is grocery shopping hazardous to health?


Feeling nickel-and-
dimed to death at the gro-
cery store?
Wait until you start get-
ting hammered with hospi-
\ tal bills a decade from now,,
thanks to what's in your
shopping cart today.
A steady rise in food,
prices has pushed con-
sumers to their wits' end
and changed shopping
'habits. Eating out has been
nixed by many who say it's
too expensive. But they
can't avoid the grocery
store and the sticker shock
from prices that jumped 7.5
percent in the past year.
"I can't believe, my gro-
cery bill," said Marian
Baird of Tampa, Fla., who
feeds a family of five. "We
don't buy water bottles any-
more. Gatorade? That's a
luxury now."
Cutting back can mean
avoiding fresh produce and
steering toward bulk buys
of less-expensive, but high-
er-calorie, processed foods.
Health advocates worry
these kinds of choices
make an overweight nation
even more at risk for chron-
ic illnesses associated with
obesity, such as heart dis-
ease and stroke.
Fresh fruit and vegetable
prices have increased more
than items from other food
groups, making them more
likely to be left off a shop-
ping list.
Processed foods, which
are often high in calories
and low in nutrients, are
more filling and less-
expensive to buy. ,
There's less time avail-
able to plan or make time
to shop, especially for peo-
ple working two or even
three jobs.
This is a health .threat
most consumers don't have
the time or money to worry
about, said Carol Bryant,.
co-director of the Florida.
Prevention Research
Center at the University of
South Florida.
"You've got to get
through today. You've got
to get to two jobs. You've
got to keep your kids
happy, figure out some way
to pay your bills and some-
how just get through the
damn day," she said.
"Thinking- about the
increased risk of the cost
10 years from now or 20
years from now just is
going to pale to the chal-
lenges you have to solve
right now.'"

Obesity's Cost Runs In
Adults considered over-
weight or obese need to

worry about more than the
cost of bigger clothes.
Chronic health problems
-. high cholesterol, high
blood pressure, heart dis-
ease, stroke and. diabetes
- are often the costly con-
sequence of weight prob-
lems. .
That cost is significant,
according to a 2004 U.S.
Department of Agriculture
study. Obese people facing
those five chronic diseases
,will pay $10,000 more in
medical costs over their
lifetimes than the non-
obese facing the same ill-
nesses. In .fact, Harvard
University researchers esti-
mate $117 billion is spent
each year in the United
States on direct and indi-
rect costs associated with
,"People don't take into
account the long-term
risk," said Sean Snaith,
director of the Center for
Economic Competitiveness
at the University of Central
It's easy to see why.
Consumers are facing
the biggest increases in
prices since the 1970s. The
August Consumer Price
Index shows that prices for
food at home are 7.5 per-'
cent higher than a year ago.
When the price of a gallon
of milk hit $4 this year,
shoppers were appalled.
Getting less attention, but
just as painful, is the 32
percent jump in the price of
apples, the 34 percent jump
. in cost of potatoes or the 41
percent jump in the price of
oranges and tangerines.
Cost is the major issue
consumers look at when



Steve Wilson goes through his coupons at Publix
Saturday, September 20, 2008 in Tampa. MICHAEL
SPOONEYBARGER/ Media General News Service

deciding where to shop, the
Food Marketing Institute's
2008 Grocery Shopper
Trends survey recently.
Snaith said the surge i4n
energy prices is at the heart
of rising food costs. In par-
ticular, oil prices affect the
cost of transportation, and
the growing popularity of
corn-based ethanol and its
demand for more crops
increases the cost*of corn-
based foods. Prices likely
will continue to rise for
about a year before signifi-,
cant changes are seen, he
Rita Debate, an associate
professor in USF's depart-,
ment of community and
family health, said for fam-
ilies living paycheck to
paycheck, finding time to

plan and prepare healthy
meals also is a problem that
adds to the stress.
"It's not just about the-
affordability," she said.
Convenience is a priority
for shoppers, who may
value, it almost as much as
taste. But those quick-fix
meal kits or ready-to-heat
prepared dinners are likely
to be high-carbohydrate or
calorie-dense processed
foods that can contribute to
obesity, said Denise
Edwards, director of USF's
Healthy Weight Clinic.
Her patients, regardless,
of age, are likely to choose
an uneven balance of food
"I can tell you that in the
morning, they are having
cereal. At lunch, they are
having some kind of oodles

Steve and Lynn Wilson shop with their daughter Marissa Wilson, 10, at Publix
Saturday, September 20, 2008 in Tampa. -, MICHAEL SPOONEYBARGER/ Media
General News Service

of noodles, or pasta in a can
or something else. At din-
ner, it's a meat and a starch
and a starchy vegetable,"
she said. "It's meat and
potatoes and corn."
Jim Lindenberger, direc-
tor of the Center for Social
Marketing at USF's
College of Public Health,
said these choices won't get
you your money's worth,
financially or nutritiously.
Last year, Lindenberger
participated in a U.S :'
Department of Agriculture
program to teach food
stamp recipients how to
make nutritious and thrifty
purchases based on the'
government's food pyramid
recommendations for a bal-
anced diet.
The Healthy Family pro-
gram aimed to help fami-
1lies select healthful food',
within their budgets andr
designed an extensive
recipe database that assists
people trying to create
alternatives to popular
processed meals that make
cooking easier but add
fillers, additives and chem-
At that time, a' one-week
Healthy Family menu for a
family of four was priced
to fit within the amount of
financial assistance provid-
ed for a family of the same
size. In Hillsborough
County, that's' $542 a
.month, or $135.50 a week.
According to the Florida
Department of Children
and Families, that group
currently includes 111,633
individuals, or 44,283 fam-
ilies, in Hillsborough
County. That's almost 20
percent higher than a year
But the Healthy Family
plan, despite its intentions,
is nearly impossible to
accomplish for a person
shopping today, according
to a Tampa Tribune survey
of local food prices.
Trips to three different
local grocers in eastern
Hillsborough County
resulted in bills between
$206 and $245 at least
$70 more than the food
stamp weekly allotment.
To cut the total, attempts
were made to buy store-
brand products or sale
items. Fruits and vegeta-
bles were bought canned or
frozen, if possible.
Bryant, the prevention
research co-director, said
bulk buying at warehouse
stores is a popular cost-sav-
ing strategy. But many
struggling families may not
be able to buy ahead.
"If you're buying week-
to-week and paycheck-to-
paycheck, you can't take
advantage of the deep dis-
counts," she said.
Bryant added that those

without a car also can't
carry a lot of groceries if
they are walking or taking
public transportation.

Healthy Choices Come
At A Price

Consumers worry about
eating well, but that doesn't
translate into better buying,
the national grocery survey
of more than 2,000 shop-
pers showed. Although,41
percent of shoppers said.
they were "very 'con-
cerned" about nutrition, 62
percent said their diets
needed to be healthier.
It's true that cost domi-
nates decision-making,
said Joy Klockow of
"We are probably not
eating as healthy as we
once did," she said "A
couple of months ago, I
was about to order sub
sandwiches at Publix when
I realized that with ground
chuck at $1.99 a pound,
with a pack of buns, that
would go a lot further than
the subs. That ground beef
has become burgers, sloppy
Joes and taco casserole."
Barbara Roberts, nutri-
tion consultant for the
Hillsborough County
Department of Health, said
pairing thrifty shopping
and better nutrition is pos-
For example: Processed
food products such as mac-
aroni and cheese and
Hamburger Helper load up
on sodium, additives and
fats. Try plain noodles and
ground beef. instead, she
Frozen vegetables are
cheaper and just as
nutritious as fresh, said
Cynthia Hardy, the health
department's assistant com-
munity health nursing
"A lot of people don't
think they have choices,
but they do," she said.
Americans also tend to
overeat, Hardy said. The
government's daily recom-1
mended meat and beans,.
allotment for men and
women is 6 ounces and 5
ounces, respectively. That's
smaller than some of the
smallest steakhouse filets.
Bryant said any food-
buying strategy that tries to
address cost, nutrition and
convenience isn't going to
be easy. But neither are the
possible chronic health
problems down the road.
It's a difficult question that
everyone must address
each time they head to the
grocery store, she said.
"Where does the invest-
ment in long-term health
become a priority in your





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Pensacola Catholic wins district
clash over MHS in -decisive fashion

Pensacola Catholic got huge
nights from a pair of sophomores
and took ad antage of five
Marianna turnovers to take a 37-
12 victory Friday night over the
Bulldogs in Marianna.
Crusaders .quarterback Shaun
White completed 14-of-17 pass-
es for 210 yards.and three touch-
downs, while running back
Marquis Sumler rushed ,for 177
yards and two touchdowns to
pace an offense that was unstop-
pable for most of the night.
Marianna's Bradley Battles
rushed for 153 yards and a
touchdown on 32 carries in a los-
ing effort.
The win gives the Crusaders a
chance to win the District 1-2A
championship against Walton
Oct. 24.
The Bulldogs will need to
defeat Walton Nov. 7 to avoid
being eliminated from playoff
Marianna coach Rob
Armstrong credited the
Crusaders for the win, while not-
ing the opportunities particu-
larly, two trips inside the
Crusaders'.'10-yard line that
came up empty that his team
couldn't capitalize on.

"\We had our chances
on,offense we just
didn't take advantage
of them. You can't do
that against a good
-Rob Armstrong,
Marianna coach
"They've got good players and
they executed very well on
offense," the coach said. "But we
had our chances on offense and
we just didn't take advantage of
them. You can't do that against a
good team. (The Crusaders) have
too much talent to blow this
opportunities and expect to win."
Perhaps ethe biggest lost
opportunity of the night came
early in the second quarter with
the Bulldogs trailing 9-6 but
driving inside the Catholic 10.
On a 2nd-and-goal.from the 8-
yard line, MHS quarterback
Dustin Larkin rolled out and
threw a pass that was tipped up
by a reaching Tre Long and
picked off by Nathaniel Peters-
Wade at the 5-yard line. ,
On the very next play for the

Marianna's Fidel Montgomery tries to leap over a Pensacola
Catholic defender during Friday nights game in Marianna. The
Bulldogs lost the'game 37-12. Mark Skinner/Floridan

Crusaders, Sumler broke off a
60-yard run all the way to the
Marianna 23-yard line.
White then 'connected on the
next play with Alex Bast for a
23-yard touchdown to push the
lead to 16-6 with 10:35 left in
the second period.

The Bulldogs again turned the
ball over in Pensacola Catholic
territory on their next posses-
sion, with Battles losing a fum-
ble at the Crusaders' 35.
Two possessions later, the
.Crusaders were in .the endzone
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four-game losing skid
The Cottondale Hornets broke out of theif four-
game losing streak in dominating fashion Friday
night, destroying the John Paul'II Panthers 66-0 in
The Hornets led 60-0 at halftime.
Cottondale is now 2-4 overall and 1-1 in
District 1-1B play.
It was the first game back at home for the
Hornets after three straight road games, all losses,
against Wewahitchka, FAMU and South Walton.
Cottondale coach Mike Melvin said that his
team was very happy to once again play in front of
the home folks.
"Yeah, it was nice to be back at the house," the
coach said. "We had no turnovers, which was
tremendous, and the kids played with a lot of
enthusiasm. I knew that (playing at homoe) would
"That was a big win. It puts us 1-1 in district
'with an open week coming up and we came out
100 percent healthy."
After the 'bye week, the Hornets will play their
final two district contests of the year: first, against
Aucilla Christian Oct. 24, then a Nov. 7 meeting

Cottondale defensive back Terry Benbow [12].
intercepts a pass during Friday night's game
against John Paul II in Cottonddle. The hornets
won the game 66-0 to break a four-game los-
ing sfreak. -Mark'Skinner/Floridan
with Graceville.
Both games are in Cottondale.
"It's nice to take a break here and get ready for
another district game," Melvin said. "Our next
game is homecoming, so we're excited. This was
a big win for us. Our kids needed it right now."

Bullpups rebound from heartbreaking

loss to take 32-8 road win over Havanna

"This team was

The Marianna Middle School heartsick and took the
Bullpups picked up a 32-8 win loss very hard. I am
over the Havanna Bears
Thursday night on the road with very prOud of them.
the hope of a new eta in the mak-' They come out and give
The Bullpups had their 17- me their all every day.
game winning streak, dating back
to August 2007, in their last You can't ask for any
game against undefeated more than that."
On Thursday .night, the -Hunter Nolen,
Bullpups were eager to get start- c
ed on another streak and wasted MMS coach
little time in setting the tone for
the game. for 2-point conversions, while
Quayshaan Johnson had a ban- quarterback Bradly Middleton
ner night for the Bullpups, rack- found Kyle Tanner in the end
ing up three rushing touchdowns zone for another 2-point conver-
with Shaundre McAroy adding sion.
the fourth touchdown. Plagued by turnovers last
Micha Reed, Jacquez Wooden, week, the Bullpups were able to,
and Markwan Gordon all rushed minimize their turnovers to three

against Havanna with none
resulting in points for their oppo-
On the defensive side, Gordon
pulled down an interception that
led to a' touchdown tq seal the
Victory for: MMS.
Player of. the game awards
went'to Gordon" and Tanner for
exemplary' play on both sides of
the ball. ,
Following the game, MMS
coach Hunter Nolen praised his
team's bouncing back after the
previous week's game. i
"This team was heartsick and
took the loss very hard," the

. coach said.
"I am very proud of them.
, They come out and give me their
',ll every day. You can't ask for
any more than thatt"
The Bullpups will have a short
turnaroutid before the final;game
of the season against Wakulla in
Wakulla Tuesday.

Marianna Middle School's Shaundre McAroy; runs away from the
defense in a game earlier this season. The Bullpups defeated the
Havanna Bears 32-8 Thursday night on the road to bounce back
after having their 17-game winning streak snapped in their previ-
ous game. Floridan File Photo
The Bullpups will face confer- with brackets yet to be deter-
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off week
At the midway point of the sea-
son, the .Graceville Tigers are
halfway to a banner season.
GHS (4-1, 1-0 in District 1-1B)
has looked dominant at times dur-
ing its four wins, with its one loss
coming by just eight points on the'
road to undefeated, 2A Marianna.
The Tigers have posted lop-
sided wins over Liberty County,
Holmes County, John Paul II and
most recently a 28-16 road victo-
ry over Vernon.
With the team playing at such a
high level, it may seem like a bad
time for a week off, but" Tigers
coach Todd Wertenberger said
this weekend's bye was just what
the doctor ordered.
"It was a real good time for it
because Vernon beat us up so
' bad," the coach said of his team's
physical Oct. 3 contest in Vernon.
"We needed a break to heal up a
little bit. Also mentally, it was a
good time for a break.
"You get the chance to get kind
of refocused and rededicated.
We're working at some individual
stuff and trying to get better at all
our positions, just fundamental
stuff. I think it was the perfect
timing for (the bye week)."
Wertenberger said his team
practiced Monday, Tuesday and
Wednesday .before getting the
final two days of the, week off.
See TIGERS, Page 2C 1


Pirates fall to PSJ

The Sneads Pirates dropped their.third straight District 1-1 A
game Friday night to the Port St. Joe Sharks, 41-6. Sneads is
now 1-4 overall and'1-3 in district'play. The Pirates next host
Vernon Oct. 1. Floridan File Photo


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MERE Football
Marianna Recreation
Department will offer
two tackle football
leagues and one boys'
flag football league this
year and .will offer girls
the opportunity to play
flag football.Registration
for youth ages 6-13 will
be Oct. 6-21 from 8 a.m.
to 4 p.m. at the MERE,
located at 3625 Caverns
Rd. in Marianna.
For more information,
contact the Marianna'
Recreation Department at

Pirates Go Pink
Sneads High School will
observe Breast Cancer
Awareness month with a
"Pirates Go Pink for a
Cure" night at the varsity
football game against
Vernon on Oct. 17 at
Citizens Field in Sneads.
Kickoff is at 7pm.
All fans wearing pink
will receive a reduced
gate admission. Pink bal-
loons will be available
for purchase in memory
of or in honor of some-
one touched by breast
cancer and will be
released at halftime.
A pink cake raffle will
also be held at the game.
All proceeds will go to
the American Cancer
Society for breast .cancer
research. This event cul-
minates a week of breast
cancer awareness activi-.
ties sponsored by the
SHS Beta Club and varsi-
ty cheerleaders. For more
information contact
Karen Hall or Rhianna
Dowling at 482-9004.,

Chipola Cheer Fest
Deadline for fees and
forms for, the. Chipola
College Cheer Fest and
Critique Day is Oct. 17.
The event for area all-
star and recreation cheer
squads is Oct. '26 at 2
p.m. in the Milton H.
Johnson Health Center.
The public is invited.
'Admission is $5 for ages
5 and up.
Contact DeFelix at
850-718-2322 or e-mail: .

Tri-State Basketball
The Tri-State
Basketball Association
sponsored by Amandala
"United Temples is look-
ing for competitive teams
to join our'adult men bas-
ketball league.
Team applications can
be picked up at ;the
Floridan, or call 850-
272-5000. Application
deadline is Nov. 1

Men's Flag Football
Marianna Recreation
Department will offer
Men's 7-on-7 'Flag
Football League. Teams
can sign up at the MERE,
located at 3625 Caverns
Rd. in Marianna. For
more info, call 482-6228.

Girls Bowling
Kindel Lane and Girl
Scouts invite girls from
grades 4-8 to be a part of
four girls bowling teams
that will play every other
Monday from 3:45 p.m.
to 6:30 p.m.
The registration meet-
ing is Oct. 20 at 4 p.m. at
Kindel Lanes on Hwy 90.
Bowling begins Oct.
27. For more informa-
"tion, call Chris Owens at

Sorts Briefs
Send all sports items to
m, or fax them to 482-
4478. The mailing
address for the paper is-
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Crusaders were in the endzone again, as a
52-yard pass completion from White to
Evin Smith set up a 3-yard touchdown run
by Sumler to. give Catholic a 23-6 lead.
with 3:37 left in the half.'
After a three-and-out oni the next
Marianna possession, the Crusaders tacked
on another touchdown behind the right
arm of White, who hit a 32-yard pass to
Bast before connecting for a 19-yard
touchdown to Smith with 53 seconds left
in the half.
The Bulldogs defense stiffened in the
third quarter, forcing three turnovers and
stopping Catholic on a 4th-and-1 on the
Crusaders',, first four possessions of the
second half. .
However, the Marianna offense coldn't

The Bulldogs faced a 4th-and-2 from the
Crusaders' 3-yard. line on their,first pps-
session of the second half, only to give.the
ball back over to Catholic on downs after
quarterback Dustin Larkin was sacked by
Battles scored a 3-yard touchdown to
make it 30-12 with 1:37 left in the-third
quarter, but the Crusaders finally put the
game away for good with a 1-yard touch-
down run by Sumler with 6:30 left in the
"I'm proud of the way we played ia the
second half," Armstrong said of his team.
"We just have to keep working and getting
The Bulldogs next travel to Chipley Oct.
17 to face the Tigers, while Catholic also
goes on the road to face Pensacola.

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final two days of the week
The Tigers have earned a
bit of a break after the way
they've played up to this
I"We feel good about
where, we are,"
Wertenberger 'said of his
team. "We feel like we very
easily could've been 5-0. I
like the way we started the
"We're doing the right
-things and we've worked
hard. I'm proud of our 4-1.
I feel like if we could've
played one quarter better in
Marianna, we could be 5-0.
It has been a good first half
of te season."' '
However, "Wertenberger
cautioned that his team
cannot take for granted that
its first-half success will
-translate to' the second half

of the season.
"If we turn around and-
go 4-1 in the second half,
we'll be ,in the playoffs,"
the coach said. "But that
half's gone. It's-'over and
we've got a new season
right here that we've got to
get ready for. It's, one game
at a time. That's all we can
worry about."'
, Graceville's next game is
in Niceville against Rocky
Bayou on Oct. 17.
After that, the Tigers
play three straight district
contests, starting with a,
titanic showdown against
FAMU in Graceville,
before road trips to Aucilla
Christian and arch-rival
. Wertenberger said that he
and his team is well-aware
of the implications of those
games, but he does not

place extra emphasis on
any game during the year.-
"The district is obviously
important because want to
make the playoffs," the
coach said, "but we play
every game like it's the
playoffs, no matter who
we're playing."
The result of that
approach is a team whose
execution has been sharp
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Monday Night Hi Rollers
Team Standings

1) Jackson's BP
2) Chuck's Ducks
3) Now What
4) Mary's Child Care
5) Adam's Funeral Home
6) The Paddock Club
7) Cottondale PD
8) Kindel Lanes

High Team Game: Now What
High Team Series: Now What
High Game Female: Amie Kain
High Game Male: Tom Arnold
High Series Female: Amie Kain
High Series Male: Tom Arnold



Tuesday Morning Coffee League
1) James & Sikes 21-11
2) Bat Friends 20-12
3) Family 'Dentistry 16:5-15.5
4) Pacers 16.5-15.5

5) Hopkins
6) Gazebo
7) .vacancy
8) Davis Optometry
9) 1001 Uses
10) Champion Tile


High Team Game: Gazebo
High Team Series: Gazebo
High Game Female: Annette Land
High Game Male: Jeff Kindelspire
High Series Female: Paula Kindel
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Tuesday Night Mixed League
Team Standings
1) Precision 20-8
2)Allstate 17-11 .
3)SCBC 17-11
4) Ralph Shelton Realty 17-11
5) Backwoods Bowlers 14.5-13.5
6) Our Gang 11-17
7) Foursome 11-17
8) Sonny's BBQ 8.5-19.5

High Team Game: Ralph Shelton Realty
High Team Series Ralph Shelton Realty
High Game Femal: Debbie Shuler 188
High Game Male:Christian Clayton 249
High Series Female:Cheryl Gaffaney
High Series Male:Christian Clayton 686

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1) Meghan & Her Guys 19.5-8.5
2)Marianna Toyota 19
;3) Mr. Bingo 17
4)Redwood Bay/Hinson House 17
5)Seriinole Lodget 17
6)Wal-Mart 16 12
.7)DBBLL Trouble 13.5. 14
8) Hollis Body Shop. 13 1-
9) Barely Bowlers 13
10) Mercer Law Office 12
11) Nailport Express 6
12) Vac 5-23


High Team Game: Barely Bowlers 1225
High Team Series: Barely Bowlers 3462
High Game Female: Kelly Davis 257
High Game Male: Jay Roberts 256
High Series Female: Kelly Davis 614
High Series Male: Jay Roberts 661

Chipola League
Team Standings

1)Team 6
2)Team 4
3) Team 2
4) Team 1
5) #3
6) Bryant's BP Gas


11 High Team Game: #4 1174
High Team Series: #4 3254
4.5 High Series Female: LuAnn Kindelspire
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15 High Series Male: Al Pumphrey '649
16 High Game Female: LuAnn Kindelspire
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Crossbow season

creating excitement

Pictured is McCoy's Food Mart co-manager Jeremiah Castleberry, left, and Chad Walker
holding the Bowtech Stryker bow, which, at a speed of 405-feet per second, is the fastest
crossbow in production. Mark Skinner/Floridan

With the start of another hunting season on
the near horizon, there is one particularly sea-
son which has local hunters excited about, its
"Everybody is excited about crossbow sea-
son," David Castleberry, manager of
McCoy's Food Mart's hunting supplies shot,
said Wednesday. "It's something that, before
this year, you had to have a handicap or be a
senior citizen and have a permit to do.
"Now, we have a specific bow season. A lot
of people are excited about the bow season
who ordinarily like hunting more with a gun."
The crossbow season is from Dec. 1-7 and
Jeremiah Castleberry, who who also works in
the hunting shop,said that local hunters have
' been busy getting'prepared, .
"We've probably sold two'dozen crossbows
.(in the last two-three weeks)," he said.
"They've been selling like crazy."
David Castleberry said that perhaps the
biggest reason why bo0w Hunters have been so
energized is the technology that has brought
about advances in bo%\ hunting equipment.
"Technology changes bow hunting all the
time." he said. "It's all about technology and
people are trying to keep up with it,"
AAmong the new developments in bo%% hunt-
ing is the Bowtech Stryker bow, which with a
shooting speed of 405-feet per second. is the
fastest crossbow in production. '
The Stryker has a built-in cocking'and de-
cocking mechanism, which means hunters

don't have to use their hands to do the'cock-
It's an expensive item at $500, but
Jeremiah Castleberry said that "people are
taking the plunge."
Another neat new feature for bow hunters
is the Easton Tracer Nock, which is activated
by running it over a magnet on the crossbow
within one inch of where the nock can pass it
and has a lasting time of 90 hours.
The tracers, which come in packs of two
and four at a cost of just under $20, also have
a "sleep mode," which saves the battery.
Another item that Jeremiah Castleberry.
said had been selling very well was the
Quality Archery Design Ultra-Rest, which is
the only drop-away rest with a patented fea-
ture that allows the Ultra-Rest to fall away
only when the bow is fired, not during a slow
let down. ,
He said his shop had been selling Ultra-
Rests at a rate of 4-1 compared other rests.
Blazer Vanes are also becoming wildly
:popular with hunters, according to both men.
"They combine the stability of a .5-inch
vane 'and the speed of a 2-inch," David
Castleberry said, "and they're weather-resist-
ant. We've been selling them like crazy."
The G5 Meta Peep Sight has also been a
hot item, according to Castleberry.
SThe G5 weighs about half of what a typical
peep ~eighs. increasing arrow speed.
"It restricts less' light and it's lighter,"
Castleberr said. "We've probably sold 50

Florida Fish and Wildlife

Conservation Commission

2008-09 hunting season dates

Season NW Zone
Archery Oct. 18-Nov. 16
Deer-dog Oct. 25-Nov. 13
Crossbow Dec. 1-7
Muzzleloading Nov. 21-23 &
General gun Nov. 27-30 &

Anterless deer
Fall turkey

Dec. 13-Feb. 18
Dec. 20-26
Nov. 27-30 &
Dec. 13-Jan. 18

Central Zone
Sept. 20-Oct. 19
Oct. 4-23
Oct.: 6-10
Oct. 25-Nov. 2

South Zone
Sept. 6-Oct. 5
Oct. 4-23
Oct. 6-10
Oct. 11-19

Nov. 8-Jan. 18, 'ct. 25-Jan. 4
Nov. 15-21 Nov. 1-7
Nov. 8-Jan. 4 N; cov. 8-Jan. 4

Quail & gray Nov. 8-March 1 Nov. 8-Marchil Nov. 841arch 1
squirrel. .
Bobcat & otter Dec. 1-March 1 Dec. 1-March 1 Dec. 1-March 1
Spring turkey March 21-April 26 March 1-April 26 March 7-April 12
Notes: Wild hogs, rabbits, raccoons, opossums, skunks, nutrias, beavers
and coyotes may be taken year-round...No fall harvest of turkeys is allowed
in Holmes County...Spring turkey season is limited to March 21-April 5 in
Holmes County.

Dove hunters get unexpected

bonus with higher bag limit


When Florida's first phase of the
mourning dove season opened Oct. 4,
hunters found an unexpected bonus -
an increase in the bag limit from 12 to
15 birds.
The daily bag limit is a combined
bag limit and applies to both mourn-'
ing doves anid white-winged doves.
Prior to the 2008 hunting season,
states had the option of going with a
higher bag limit but fewer days of
This year the U.S. Fish and Wildlife
Service said states could increase bag
limits without giving up any hunting
Florida's three-phase dove season
runs 72 days.
This year it's Oct. 4-27; Nov. 15-30;
and Dec. 13 Jan. 11, 2009. Hunting
during the first phase is legal from
noon to sunset.
Hunting. is allowed during the latter
two phases from 30 minutes before
sunrise to sunset."
Kurt Hodges, Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conservation Commission
(FWC) assistant small game coordina-
tor, said states within the service's
Dove Eastern Management Unit are
collecting many -types of data to
ensure dove populations remain
unhindered by the bag limit increase.

"Some states are doing things a lit-
tle differently, but here .in Florida,
we've been banding doves since 2003.
We've banded approximately 6,000
birds during the summer months,"
Hodges said. "If hunters kill a banded
bird, there's information on the band
that tells them where to report the
band information.
Hodges continued.
"Also, we're continuing with our
'call count surveys,' and the service
will be asking randomly selected
hunters to provide wings so they can
be aged," he said."
The other significant source of data
comes from the Harvest Information
Program survey, which is a no-cost
program, required for all migratory
bird hunters."
Hodges said if trends show that
dove numbers decline significantly in
the future for any reason, there are
built-in triggers in the data-collection
system that will signal both state and
federal wildlife managers that
changes are needed.
The 2008-2009 migratory bird reg-
ulations for dove, snipe, woodcock,
rail, moorhen, crow and early water-
fowl seasons may be obtained by con-
tacting the FWC's regional offices, or
may be viewed online at

Out of tte woods

WILULIFE CO'Ns-r'. in,',N
SCow ji-iQN
Football season's in full
swing, and the 2008-09
hunting season's starting to
crank up. Archery season's
been going on in most of
the state and I want to talk
about three, ,other seasons,
about to start: crossbow,.
myzzleloading gun. and the
first phase of dove.
Crossbow season's foi
any hunter who'd like to
use a crossbow or continue
using a bow onf private
lands. This is riot just for
disabled hunters. Crossbow.
season doesn't app1, 'to
wildlife management areas
(WMAsi, however. The
most common game to take
during crossbow season
will be deer,and wild hog.
Only bucksimay be taken.
and one antler 'must be at
least fi\e inches long above
the hairlifie. The daily bag
limit on antlered deer is
two. Wild hogs consid-
ered livestock on private
lands may, with landown-
er permission, be hunted.
year-round with no bag or
size limits.
It's also legal to shoot
gobblers and bearded
turkeys during crossbow
season. Only one may be
taken per day, and there's a
two-bird fall-season' limit.
But you can't hunt turkeys
in Holmes County during
the fall and winter.
Crossbows and bows
must have a minimum
draw weight of 35 pounds,
and hand-held releases on
bows are permitted.
For hunting deer, hog
and turkey, broadheads
must have at least two
sharpened edges with a
minimum width of 7/8
inch. Legal shooting hours
are a half-hour before sun-
rise to a half-hour after sun-
set. Except. for turkeys,
hunters may take resident
game over feed such as
corn on private lands.
Some things you can't do.
during crossbow season
include hunting deer, hog
or turkey with dogs, using.
explosive br drug-injecting
arrows, and possessing

Immediately following
the close of .crossbow sea-
son, in the South and
Central hunting zones is
the beginning of muzzle-
loading gun season.
Muzzleloading season
comes in later, in the
Northwest zone and runs
NoV. 21-23 During muzzle-'
loading gun season, bows
and crossbows are legal
methods of taking game on
private .lands, along with
muzzleloaders. On WMAs,
only muzzleloaders may be
used. Legal shooting hours
are the same for muzzle-
loading gun season as
crossbow season. And,
legal game, including bag
limits and prohibited meth-
ods for taking game, also
are the same as crossbow
,.season. Bag limits and
antler/size restrictions for
.game.on WMAs can differ,
so: -check the specifics of
the area before you hunt.
' For hunting deer, muz-
zleloaders firing single bul-
Slets must be at least .40-cal-
iber. Guns firing two or
more balls must be 20-
gauge or larger. You may
not use muzzleloaders with
self-contained cartridge
ammunition capabilities or
possess modern firearms
during muzzleloading, gun
season. The first phase of
the mourning, and white-
winged dove season began
Oct. 4 and ends Oct. 27
statewide. Shooting hours
during this first phase are

noon to sunset, and there's
a new. 15-bird daily bag
limit this )ear.
. The only firearm you're
allowed to hunt doves with
is a shotgun, but you can't
use one larger than a 10-
gauge. Shotguns must be
plugged to a three-shell
capacity (magazine and
chamber combined).
You may hunt doves over
an agricultural field, as
long as the crop's been
planted as part of regular
agricultural practices.
However. it's against the
la,, to scatter agricultural
products over an area for
the purpose of baiting.. ,
Some things you can't do
while dove hunting are
using rifles, pistols or
crossbows; shooting from a
moving vehicle; or herding
or driving doves with a
vehicle. In addition to a
Florida hunting license.
you'll need a $5 crossbow
permit to hunt during
crossbow season. A $5
muzzleloading gun permit
is needed to hunt dunng
muzzleloader season, and
you'll need a no-cost
migratory bird permit if
you're going to hunt does.
If you hunt on a \VIA. you
must hate a management
area. permit that costs
All are available at coun-
ty tax collectors' offices or
license agents or b calling
toll-free 1-888-HULNT-
FLORIDA or clicking
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The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation'
Commission (FWC) is offering a free hunter safety
course in Bay County.
The course will be at Gulf Coast ComAnunity College,
5230 West U.S. 98 in Panama City.
Instruction will take place in the second-floor corqfer-
ence room of the Student Union East building from 6-9
p.m. Oct. 17, and 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Oct. 18, and the range
portion of the class will be Oct. 19.
Individuals who have taken the Internet course and
wish to complete the classroom portion must bring the


Beware of 'exploding' bass

I just reread an article I recently
wrote about topwater fishing for
largemouth bass. In it I said, "Bass
hit a topwater plug with reckless
abandon, many times violently
exploding when they leap from the
water in an attempt to shake loose
the lure in
My first thought
was, oops, I did it
again I employed
that old, time-
worn outdoor
writer's clichi. It
isn't the first time
and likely will not
be the last.
Allow me to Bob Kornegay
call to your atten-
tion the term
"exploding."How many times have
you seen or heard it in one form or
another in stories dealing with top-
water bass fishing? Even the old leg-
ends like Charlie Elliot and A.J.
McClane 'used it prolifically.
Likewise, all the talking-head TV
anglers at least 20 times per
We're bad to use language like
that, aren't we? I guess we just can't
help it. It's just somehow ingrained
in us. The great outdoor scribes we
. all read as children did it.
Therefore, contemporary hacks
such as myself do it, too. We invari-
ably lapse into making fish explode,
elk bugle, and all sorts of sport-wor-
thy wildlife do all sorts of weird and
unnatural things.
Maybe if our beloved readers,
would call us on it once in awhile
we'd see fit to stop it. We'd certain-
ly benefit from the constructive crit-

Think about it. If fish "exploded"
the way outdoor communicators say
they do, a number of at-best-untidy
results might be expected: (1) the
explosion would demolish one's lure
and all he would reel in is an empty
length of line. (2) If the explosion
occurred too near the boat or the
bank, the angler would be covered
with guts and scales and be forced to
stop fishing, go home, take a shower,
and change clothes. (3) At worst, if it
was a really large fish, the explosion
could cause a shock wave big
enough to swamp the boat and
drown both the fisherman and inno-
cent bystanders.
Now, of course, even the most
ignorant and unsophisticated, angler
is fully aware that fishes don't
explode in a literal sense. He is alsp
smart enough to understand the anal-
ogy is meant to convey images of the
sudden, furious excitement conjured
up by a large gamefish striking an
artificial bait on the surface of the
water. But what does such "flowery"
language say to the norl-fisherman?
What about a reader or listened who
takes all language as it stands?
It's like a sportswriter explaining
to a baseball neophyte the concept of
"flying" out to center field, the "sui-
cide" squeeze play, or the "hit-and-
run." Downright mind-boggling' to
the uninitiated.
With today's global communica-
tion, writers must take great care to
,get their messages across without
confusing those who innocently
don't understand certain terminolo-
gy relevant to their branch of media
and no one.else's.
For instance, as outdoor writers,
we should never refer to a big bass as
a "bucketmouth" lest some poor

chump drags us into court for libel-
ing his mother-in-law. Let's not call
it a "hawg," either. Heaven forbid we
tick off some 300-pound psycho-
pathic motorcycle jockey. Likewise,
we should take care how we discuss
the proper procedures used when
frying up a mess of "redbreasts.'
Bird v.atchers and other lovers,of
our feathered friends just might
envision the mass murder of a flock
of robins BN the same token, riiight
some n ould-be gourmand choke to
death tr ing to eat a brace of "clay
pigeons?' .
What's that? You don0' think I'm
being serious? ..Well. ,ob iousl
you've never been struck by a heavy
pair of binoculars w yielded by .hn
angry member of the Audubon
Society. '
Catching fish on a "pat-L-Trap'
refers to a fishing lure, ot 'Cletus
Monroe's 1965 johnbott with the
1958 Firestone outboard&;
Similarl,. just becaUt "skunk"
cabbage is the common name of a
native \ild plant does.Ot mean it
cooks up \%ell in a pot' thh'corned
beef or ham hocks. .
And, please, let's make it abun-
dantly clear that "in-heat" scent
attractants are for use in the deer
woods. Their effectiveness in singles
bars is minimal at best.
Finally, when we've taken the nec-
essary precautions with the terminol-
ogy, we must not forget to go. back
and "check our spelling. I once got
into a peck of trouble over the "strip-
pers" I caught on Lake Lanier and
almost got arrested for confessing to:
the shooting of four "peasants" in
South Dakota..
My editor exploded like a big bass
hitting a topwater plug. ,

online completion report and attend only the Oct. 17
class from 6-10 p.m. and the Oct. 19 range day.
Children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult at
all times. Students are encouraged to bring a pencil and
paper with them to take notes.
The hunter safety course is required for anyone born
on or after June 1, 1975 to purchase. a Florida hunting
The FWC course satisfies hunter safety 'training
requirements for all other states and Canadian provinces.
People interested4n attending this course can register
online and obtain information about future hunter safety
classes at or by calling the
FWC's regional office in Panama City at 850-265-3676.

Jackson County Floridan Sunday, October 12, 2008 5c

Floridan weekly fishing

report for local lakes, rivers
LAKE SEMINOLE are the best bet.
Bass fishing is fair. The A good many small
best action is found up the bream may be caught on
rivers right now. crickets at present.
On the Chattahoochee Hybrids are slpw and cat-
arm, fish shoreline struc- fish will bite worms on the
ture x ith Texas-Eig wonns, flats late in the ,flernoon.
jigs, and crankbails .. L A K E
Fish the. Flint arm ANDREWS/CHATTA-
upstream from Lunker HOOCHEE RIVER -
Lodge with topwater baits Catfsh are good. .
and worms. Shoal bass 'ae Use live earthworms to
biting iwell farther up the catch them along bluff
Flint. walls where currents are
Crappie fishing has been. not too strong. Anchor or
,fair along the moderately tie' off and fish straight
deep ledges. Al.o'lok for dow. .
fish in stump tields-at. 8'4.b Akso try them on point,
12 feet and use,, and sandbars late jo the
newo s. , "' .. ".,ifternoor: .. ,"
Hvbnds continue 0o. Tadwitercats are slow to
school sporadlcalfy over. bite. riht now.,'bit the fish
humps an4 s.ipdbari on.'. Ae larger'than those in the
Smindless days, : bluff-w1Il. and sandbar
Bream fishing' i 'slow, locations'. '.
but improving... For breim, either drift-
Catfish, are hit-anid1Tiiss;,...fh, aoLg, th' banks in the
but a few :may, be catgbht maiz iver with"trickets or
with worms off the river go up the creeks and fish
channels .worms on the bottom.
LAKE EUFAULA A few good catches of
Bass are fair to good. Look moderate-size shellcrackers
to creek structure early in have come from the creeks,
the day, working the visible with a few catfish mixed in.
cover near the banks with Bass are slow.
buzzbaits, jerkbaits, and. Some may be caught in
other topwater offerings. the creeks on worms and
Fish may also be located shallow crankbaits, but
along creek ledges where they are hit-and-miss at
worms and deep-running best.
crankbaits may pay off, Crappies are slow as
On the main lake, fish well, though a few have
Carolina-rigs, crankbaits, been caught below the
and slow-rolled spinner- dams by night anglers.
baits over the deep ledges. (Generation schedules,
Try. worms and crankbaits pool levels, and other such
around points and sandbars. information for area water-
Crappie fishing is fair in ways may be obtained by
the creeks, especially early calling toll-free 1-888-771-
in the day. 4601. Follow the recorded
Night fishing is a pretty instructions and accessthe
good option for anglers touch-tone for the
fishing near bridges. Apalachicola River
.Minnows fished vertically System.).'-. .

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FWC tackles the issues

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"The power of people
can make a huge difference
in our success in dealing
with climate change," said
Nobel laureate Dr. Jean
Brennan at the closing ses-
sion of the Florida Fish' and
Wildlife Conservation
Commission's (FWCi 'cli-
mate change summit.
"I am' very impressed
with what was accom-
plished at this conference,-
and I am proud to trave
been a part of it." Brentan
told the audience. "I hope
you are all proud of what
you have achieved here and
of what you are about to
The FWC spent three
days huddled with wildlife, -
environment and govern-
ment experts from around
the state and country to dis-
cuss the future for fish and
wildlife in a changing cli-.
"Florida's .Wildlife: On
the front line of climate
change" summit in
Orlando, Oct. 1-3,
addressed the ecological,
economic, sociaL cultural
and legai, impacts .of cli-
mate change on species
within the different habitats
in Florida. .
"You exceeded h my
expectations of what we
could get done here," said
Tim Breault, director of the
FWC's Division of Habitat
and Species Conservation
and workshop leader at the
summit at the closing ses-
sion. "The information
gathered here is not the
FWC's it is the public's,
so take it, and spread the
word that Florida is doing
something. Take your
enthusiasm from today and
move forward."
This summit is the first
of its kind in the country,
and keynote speakers
included Nobel laureates
Brennan, from Defenders
of Wildlife;, and Dr,
Virginia Burkett, from the
T U.S. Geological Survey.
Both addressed the vulner-,.

able status of Florida as a:
coastal state that. will be
impacted by increased,
intensity of storms and
fires and a changing en'i-
ronment. .-
Stacey Small,' with' the
Environmental Defense
Fund in Washington, D.C.,
'spoke at .the final session
and told participants she
%was going back to D.C. to
spread the word about the.
FWC's summit.
"I want to see these sum-
mnts :across the country "
Small said. "This surrmmit
stands as a model for other
states to follow."
The summit's workshops
stimulatedd discussion and
offered possible directives,
for all stakeholders.'-in 'a.
'tate,grow ing rapidly in an
environment changing"just
as quickly. Brennan 'point-
ed out on. Thursday .thai
wildlife is not able to adapt.
as quickly as .the climate
change is occurring. FWC:'
experts addressed that'
complex issue within the
workshops and common
themes emerged.
"We want to manage for

resilience," said Gil
McRae, director _of the
FWC's Fish and Wildlife
Research Institute and
leader of the marine
ecosystems % workshop. "We
need to."include both the
human and the resource
side when we consider'
The FWC stands at the
forefront nationally in con-
sidering the future for fish
and w ildhfe. Several weeks
before the 'summit, the
agency released the report
"Wildlife 2060: What's at
stake for Florida'?" Dr.
Thomas Eason, with the
BFWC, presented highlights
fronmlthe eport at the sum-
mit, which considers all the
changes 'that 'will oqour
based on the projectionf4hat
Florida '.- population .'will
doublein the next 50years.
"The FWC will start
'moving immediately on the
information.gathered here."
Breault- said. "There' is
good news: We're prepared
and ready to initiate, moni-
'tor and manage for the
"future conservation of fish
and x wildlife "

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REP Shall judge RobertT. Benton of the First
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DISTRICTCOURTOFAPPEAL Affecting the Assessed Value of Property Based Upon Current Use
Shall judgeWilliamA.Van Nortwick Jr.of the Residential Real Property
First District Court ofAppeal be retained in Provides for assessment based upon use of
irst District Court of Appeal be retained Authorizes the Legislature, by, to land used predominantly for commercial
office? "prohibit consideration of changes or improve- fishing purposes; land used for vessel launches
YES ments to residential real property which increase into waters that are navigable and accessible to
rNO resistance to wind damage and installation of the public; marinas and drystacks that are open
renewable energy source devices as factors in to the public; and water-dependent marine
assessing the property's value for ad valorem manufacturing facilities, commercial fishing
R taxation purposes. Effective upon adoption, facilities, and marine vessel construction and
repeals the existing renewable energy source repair facilities and their support activities,
device exemption no longer in effect, subject to conditions, limitations, and
NO. I YES reasonable definitions specified by general law.
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Declaration of Rights .

Proposing an amendment to theState N0.4
Constutiori to delete provisions authonzing CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT N0.8
the Legislature to regulate or prohibit the
ownership, inheritance, disposition, and
possession of real property by aliens ARTICLE XII, SECTION 28 ARTICLE VII, SECTON 9
ineligible for citizenship. Property Tax Exemption of Perpetually Local Option Community College Funding
YES Conserved Land; Classification and
Assessment of Land Used for Proposing an amendment to the State
NO '; 'Conservation require that the Legislature
". .' ..' ',. authorize counties to levy a local opuon sales
Requires Legislature to provide a property m to o0 supplement community college funding,
NO.2 eempon for real property encumbered by requiring voter approval to levy the a,. pro-
NO.2 perpetual conservation easements or other vId'ng that approved a,:es will sunset after 5
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT perpetual conservation protections, defined by yearsand may be reauthorized by the voters.
ARTICLE I, NEW SECTION general law. Requires Legislature to provide for yg
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Greg Anderson

Greg Anderson has been a part of theRahal-Miller
Chevrolet-Buick-Cadillac and Nissan family for almost 5
years. He is our body shop manager Greg has been mar-
ried to Debbie for 23 years and has a 12 year old daugh-
ter named Emily. Greg's hobbies are hunting, fishing, golf
and playing softball. Greg is very active in his church,
Evangel Worship Center We are proud to have Greg in
the Rahal-Miller Family,

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03 CADILLAC DEVILLE ooo-------..........-....................... ,171
03 CADILLAC DEVILLE #B-oo..................................*8,621
03 NISSAN XTERRA XE #4.oo7..................................B,687,
03 DODGE RAM SLT CREW so. comfort conv. ,0055001o ......S,751
00 MAZDA M IATA ooN ....5........................................ 8,92
04 MERCURY MOUNTAINEER AWD #9004ooss ............,501
05 MERCURY MOUNTAINEER AWD #90045s-............. s9.85
O0 DODGE RAM REG CAB oO4265.............................10,10
04 BUICK PARK AVENUE #9o1e-...............................11151
OOB OM YUKON HL oooasw....................................... 11,27,
05 NISSAN XTERRA KE #90oo04587.............................. 11,45
05 CHEVY TRAILBLAZER LS 2-. --..........................-11,551
05 NISSAN ALTIMA 2.5S 931001- ..............................11,0
00 FORD 500 SE oo .... ................................ 11,87
05 CHEVY SUBURBAN LS #9oo4se9........................12,05
00 MERCURY GRAND MARQUIS LS 006 ....... ...12,551
05 CHEVY SUBURBAN LT 2.,-........................ 12,801
00 CHEVY TRAILBLAZER #9oo022 .......................... 12,851
05 CHEVY SILVERADO crew cab,. LS -................. 12,951
08 CHEVY UPLANDER LS .oo.e ............................ 13,251
05 CHEVY SUBURBAN LT #9oo004582 ........................ 13,301
07 M AZDA 3 oos4 .................................................. s13,401
07,DODGE DAKOTA SLT QUAD CAB ooeo.4......... s13,40i
08 SUZUKI SX4 Diesel, 4x4 ooo.4 o................................. 13,551
04 FORD F-250 LARIAT Diesel, Ext. Cab #9004494............... 14,001
06 CHEVY AVALANCHE LS .soo....2 ........................ 14,151

I 0 DODGE DAKOTA CLUB CAB s o.................. 14,50
00 FORD 500 LIMITED #9004602 ............................. -14,901

Gus Parmer

Gus Parmer has been part of the Rahal-Miller Chevrolet-
Buick-Cadillac and Nissan family for 10 years. Gus is our
parts manager. He is married, to Kelly and has been for 14
years. She is a teacher at Riverside Elementary School.
They have one son, Kellan who is three years old. Gus's
hobbies are anything to do with the outdoors and spending
time with his family. We are proud to have Gus in the
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05 CHEVY SILVERADO LS 4x4, Crew Cab #6864001............15100
06 LINCOLN TOWN CAR SIGNATURE oo004621 .. ....-15,150
05 HONDA CR-V 4WD .... ................. ............ 15,200
05 CHEVY AVALANCHE LS 4X4 oo.0461.... ........... 15,300
05 JEEP WRANGLER SPORT #n71900-o................:..... 15,450 -
05 CHEVY SILVERADO X-CAB Z-71 #900oo40.......16,250
08 NISSAN PATHFINDER SE #910425......................... $16,450
00 PONTIAC SOLSTICEoo00443................................. 17,250
07 DODGE ASPEN LIMITED N9004532............ ........... 17,400
05 FORD F-350 LARIAT osoo02.............................17,450
05 GMC DENALI YUKON XL 9105001... .........17550
06 CADILLAC DTS #900-o.. .......................................$17,650
05 NISSAN 350Z TOURING N9396001-----... ...........17,850
04 TOYOTA SEQUOIA 4X4 LIMITED .9004569........--18,400
07 TOYOTA FJ CRUISER. .0ooe................................. *18,750
006. CADILLAC DTS oo.. ......................................... $19,300
05 HONDA ODYSSEY TOURING #9379001 .............. 19,400
OB CHEVY AVALANCHE LT ..oo..o ..........................19,600
07 CADILLAC DTS #900oo4568 ....................................... 20,000
06 TOYOTA TUNDRA LIMITED 4x4 #9004521................ *21,050
05 CHEVY SILVERADO 2500 HD Diesel, LS #9004002 ...- 21500
08 NISSAN MAXIMA SL .9oo0452 ..!......................... 8 21,850
07 CHEVY TAHOE LT .900..93................................... 22,000
06B FORD F-250 XLT CREW Diesel, 4X4 #900443 .........-..*23.400
07 CHEVY AVALANCHE LTZ 90oo4524........................ $24,700
07 CHEVY SILVERADO 2500HD Diesel,.4,LT o001 ....*.. 28.400
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;'." sr o SrAU Baby crib, like new Recumbent Exercise 2004 ASV RC 100 Rub- General Sewing Ma-
S w/mattress & built in Bike, used twice $75 ber Track Skid Steer chine w/wood cabinet Driver Wanted
;Oip=Or tUJtieS drawers $85 850-526- 850-526-1193 anytime. with FEC Mulcher and $100 850-526-2163 Flat bed perati on
Treadmill, exc. cond. hours, $48,000; Large portable dog ken- ghty & weekends
Car seat, Graco pink timermileage, etc. 2005 Bearcat 9 ood nel for travel $20 850- Clean CDL w/mn.
battery operated baby folds up, portable, $150 Chipper with Hyd. Feed, 526-3426' 2yrs exp. Good Pay
swing, $50. Infant Car 850-482-3145 exc. cond, less than 100 850-592-2815
S- -Seat. $25.850-482-8346 hours,$10,800; SewingMachineBabi-
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Gown:4 rLo3ader, air condo. 1483 Extension Ladder $50 HELP ANTED
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Vibrating Infant Chair, Yahoo' $9,800. Call 334-894- 850-592-2053 ed Billing Specialist
$25.850-482-8246 H 2315 in Marianna.
saie Ni-1All- . HOt Jobs Wheelchair $55 Accounting Degree
You should fully Miscarriage sale: All 850-482-8347 .required. Full Time
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."900" numlrs med-sized diaper bag, dre s Sofas
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or per-call bas. Some $120.850-272-0110 3pc Beach house Furn. 42" Toshiba big screen
of these calls'aroe tto 2 end table & coffee ta- TV w/stand $400 850- ILveseat
numbers outside of the Pack n play, Graco nev- ble, rattan w/glass top 526-3426
United States exspen- er used, $50. Safety 1st $149 850-592-8769.. ,full-trane
are charged to your -8346 6 blue/white tweed 55 gallon fish tanknette sets
are charged your cushions for DR chairs w/stand & pump, good : pa rt e ,
phone bll. Wedding dress: Worn New,$25 850-569-2770 cond. $250 850-209-0105- ue u .s Sell in
THIS PUBLICATION once, A-Line style w/ ..a-lkdrr hCsis!
makes every effort to beaded straps & bust. Barstools, dark wood, 6ft chain link dog ken. / tie Classifieds!
list the charges for the decorative buttons 24 inches. $50 each, nell, 7x13, $100 850-594-. .
reader. Remember, if down the 10. 850-569-2770 9923ee Exp.cooks servers
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too good to betrue, it with arms, 52" long, 2" 82x84 pink blue,wood 'pm Madison's, 2881
probably is! Yoo r Better Call 850-272-4700 thick, veW sturdy. $60. cornice 84" cascades, DRIVERS Madison St., Marianna.
Excellent source hromerah Bu er FLDet of
334 -7923804 Oblodinette net w,4. Driver trainees Agrculture
1334-792-380 4 crsr, 10 850 42 needed. No CDL? No &CS OPS Peanut
1-800-8245274 2 Formal dresses like 3641 or 850-272-3234 H Problem! Earn up to Inspection posi-
Wn new, 1 Champagne 1 It Desk, vintagesolid oak I CLASSIFIED $900/wk. Home tons. Apply
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yoqr automobile? 8505264174 with book rack. $95 ADS: Company endorsed Graceville FL
Placea Jeans, 8 pairs of young 850-526-3365. UNDER $200 1 280-5309. ( EEO/AA
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Sl1jI 850-592-2927. bench, all wood, great 1
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FARM 1520 engine hours. 1040
CAT UIPENT fan hours. Shed kept.
EQUPMENT Excellent Condition,
FREE ADULT CATS: 12ft hay mower, 334-403-0569
Several to choose from. Reduced to $10,900, 2 Lilliston Peanut
850-482-4057 850-866-2774 Combines 1580 & 1500,
also 4 "Long" drying
Need a New Home? wagons. 334-774-1247.
the Classifieds 2000 29hp Agracar Case Cotton Picker 2044
Tractor, 4WD, Koyker $17,500., Ford Tw-15
Free to good home: 160 Front End Loader, Tractor exc. cond.
Sweet gray tabby kit- trailer, asking $8500, $15,000. w/mower.
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Heads, 9004 P-Nut MH lots avail & some 31 ft. living & dining
Combine 6-Peerless, P- MH when avail. Blue slide, full ath. Queen,
Nut Wagons. 7 Peeress Springs MH Park, edend kitchen/oak
dryers, KMC four row Marianna. Water/s- cabinets, exc. cond.
to l. 0wage/garb./ lawn e$10,500.34 e .91-1
shaker 334-266-5907 or incl. 850-482-4060 $10,500. 334-791-1783

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bushhg & 6ft. boxProwler 34 ft, 2 slides,
ril > -^' bumper pool, sitting on
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IBHMe/ A Hunter 2004 306, like shed Call for details.
bladeOME ALE new loaded, wet slip $1500 FIRM. 334-798-
791-0700available, in ort St. 0095 or 334-685-7742
hrs, Loaded. Too 3H/1.,DW MHW/,ln' tJoe, FL great weekend--
Many Attachments CH/A, waterlawn- getaway, Detailed pics Outback '06 31 RQS
to list. $30,000 nego. garb.incl. st/last/s- & info upon request. Loaded $16,900 OBO
334-685-4218 ec. Call 850-352-2897. $70K 850-653-8147. Lv 334-618-4501.
3/2 DW, Malone, FL, Ms,
Ford '00 Tractor, 5 ft. 3/2, SW. security neg., Nash 2004 5th wheel M-
bushhog & 6 ft. box $400 and up. 850-569- ? 24-53,1 slide, impres-
blade, $5100. Call 334- 9884 or 850-557-3343 sive condition and
791-0700 equipment, W-07 Silver-
ado available for total
Ford 2000 Tractor, gas, travel package, let's
new paint, many new I TAT discuss price. 334-701-
parts, 334-299-3102 4315
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cmarianer motor 91 bed, excellent condi-
$12,900. gray, exc condo. HIGH SCHOO model.45 pt trolling tion. $34,500 OBO 850-
334-701-1836. SUNLAND, AND motor. Green, runs well, 547-2808
Gandy 4 row insecticide FEDERAL PRISON. very clean, Great cond.
applicator w/double EASY TO QUALIFY $3800. 080. 850-573- Montana 02' 5th wheel.
boxes, for two chemi- FOR NO DOWN 6222. camper, 32.5 ft. 2 slides,
calls mounted on tool PAYMENT & NO Gambler '98 19 foot mounted space heater,
bar. Good condition. CASH NEEDED bass boat 150 HP mar- new 4000 Onan
$500. 229-758-3146 TO CLOSE & ner, gambleotrailer, generator w/inside re-
MOVE IN. like new. $8200. 334- 593-694mote, 25k ,850-
-CALL JAMES 792-2458
7!y1L,- GRANT
John e 850-526-367 OR
3000 hrs, 80% Under- 8 -5 -2
Swes, $23500, PRICED TO SELL
334-685-4218 UNDER 200K
John Deere EzTrak, 445 FSBO: $165K, 2400 G3 Eagle 170 '08 90 HP
0 Turn Lawn Mower, 23 sa.ft., 3/2 comp.rem- Yamaha mtr appr 10hrs
hp, 54 in. cut, 60 hrs., modeled, indoor patio, Loaded. Like new. Gal-
show room clean, out-bldg & adjacent lots vanized trir. 6 mo old,
$3850, 334-726-4780 are neg. 4463 Decatur Looks new. $13,500 obo
St.. 8502098452/2097455 334-793-7782, 796-5056.

&t' 'Ohome,0G3'03 1756 Cener .
ho es Console.a Camo, 50hp
Ak E-M tYamaha.Trolling Mo
m Itor.o De th finder.
DuckBlind, great
condition. $4,999. "
334685.4218. AC/2!Ieatift

FSBO New 4303 sqft Fisher 2008 1754, 40HP
SAPRTMENTS FOR 4BR 3.5 bath. $429,000. 4 stroke mercury, ta-
Full info @ www.inf- chometer, humming-
I RET/ImmRISHED #195636 bird 565, live well, bilge
Edgewood Apts. Furn.1 OPEN HOUSE pump, $11,200 334-798-
BR duplexapts. Free (FormerGrant Home) 0010
laundry, water, sewage 3BR/2BA, Sunroom/Bdr.
garb. 4380 Wilton Ave. chaparral' 1 L 185
Sgarb. 592-4793. n Evinrude with trailer .
ga Sat.10-2 Sun 1-4 $3500.334-693-9360
& MOBILE HOMES FOR "Dead Lakes" Wewa,
RENT $525-$650/MO 2/, waterfront, ..
(850)209-3591 boat ramp/dock. Chaparral 210 SSI'05,
2BR/1.SBA Apt in town, Wkly/mon. rates. Yellw,260 hp,bimini
$595/mo 300 damage 850- 60 top, galvanized trailer,
dep. No pets; (850) 482- customover, garage
5134 stored, only 20 hours,
many extras. Like new.
2BR/1BA apartment in $25,900,334-475-3883.
town; $450/month +
Dep. No Pets! (850) 573- roCL. Boston Whaler'73, re-
0598. 1 m r stored, 13 foot sport
2BRApartmentforrent otor ol i with200040 er
in Greenwood, 450/mo. LraeJ a ,elr ry motor. $4,900 08.
850-326-1772 ~un.ENror 334-714-2
Affordable HUD homes! t < es
5 BR from $278/mo!
Must see (4% dwn, 30-
yrs@8%apr)For'Listing *& L Bain
Call 800-570-8898 x 1774
Business Office Space Triton2005 1753 Crap-
1000 SF, Kitchenette, pie mercury 60HP 4 185B, in-
Bathroom, $850/mo strokefront&rearlive BAYLINER'05185 in
util mc. 526-36680 wells, and bait well, lots board, white / blue, Au-
util.of storage fully to. 6-cyl. 200 hours,
HoosES/R equipped. $12,500 Loaded, MP3, AM/FM,
850-547-3484 after 6PM runs well, very clean,
UFURNI E Great cond. $13,900,
RN You Name It.. 334-709-4298.
Classified Has It!!
3/1.5, Marianna, 1st + BassTracker'08 pan-
dep. 1 yr lease. No Triton'08,18 ft. Exlor- fish, stick steer, 50 HP
smoking/pets. Appl.req. er w/115 HP Mercury mercury, like new.
850-762-3252.1v msg Optimax. 71 pound mo- $10,800 334-794-4429
tor guide, 480 GPS/fish
3/1 $600/mo. st/last- finder, stainless steel
/$250 Dep. 850-592- prop. Ready to fish
5571 $18,600. 334-774-5412 or
3/2, all tile floors, $750 334-790-1346.
/mo. + dep. Sm pets Tiara'00 3500 Open,
ok, Marianna.850-573- twin diesel engine,
1232. master bedroom, full
3BR/2BA Foreclosed bath & kitchen, bay Aquasport 2000, 23',
home! Only $33,900! point slip free. $155,000 w/200 Johnson Ocean
Must Sell! For listings 850-258-9917 Runner, Great condi-
800-570-8898 ext 5366 SWEETWATER '94, 20ft. tion. $13,000. Please
Grand Ridge: 2/1 Pontoon Boat, w/trai- 334-791-2609
$550/mo. lst/last/$250 06 trolling motor, Aluminum 15ft, fishing
Dep.. 850-592-5571 with extas $8,000 334- boat, 25HP motor, trail-
775q-548 er, trolling motor, fish
lIocator. $3000 334-671-
ISTING" 2998
Marianna- 1/1 Huse-.' r,, ", 7 Alumacraft '00 Flats, 18'
Ma-iasna-1/1 House-
Quite Area-Huge Yard- 90 HP Johnson, trolling
Pets OK-$350 month motor, depth finder,
850-890-2070 live well, bimini top,
850-890-2070______ marine radio. e6,000.

Nice 3/1 on 1 ac, hard- .' -.
Wood floors, C/A, stove,
refrigerator, $695/mo SPORTSCRAFT '70, 30-
850- 526-3355 ft, 440 Chyr. engine,
good condition, $5,000
Nice, 3BR-2 BA on 3 ac., OBO 334-687-4634
Compass Lake in Hills
$1200/mo+$1200 dep SILVERQUEEN '70
850-209-5323 Houseboat in good
shape $6,500 FIRM
Secluded 2/1 in Marian- 334-695-354FIRM
- na, very pleasant, C/A,
stove, refrigerator, Ranger '89 bass boat
$575/mo 850- 526-3355 370-V w/94 Mercury
150hp. Trolling motor
SNEADS and depth finders,
3B/2B CetraHeat & $5250. 334-714-5813
Air. $600. + deposit
850-593-6103 Pontoon Boat, 2007,
used 5 times. Fisher 18
u ft, 4 stroke 60 Mercury.
Very nice 2 BR Bottom paintGPSpd.
house on Hy $18,500, sell $12,500.

er apriL & lease 3347943063
req. Sewer/wa--
ter./ lawn nmaint.
incL $600/mo.
$250 dep. No pets ,,
SNon-smoldng 8""' c r

S oMoomba '06 Outback V,
r E/ENT V-81ndmar assault 325,n
1BR MH Partially furn, mtr/w/ 120 hrs. equip.
BR MH riall fur w/hydraulic
$300/m0 or sell for plate ballastsystem,
$1700 ca3h.850-718- wake board towerC-
7330 D/sound system ect.,
2/2,5 miles from Mar. $26,000 OBO, 334-432-
very clean, private lot 0890
fac. family ofR2,ca Mastercraft '8817ft, 75
port, no pets. $500/o HPMercury, live-well,
S st' ,last, security. Ref. depth fish finder, foot
req. 80-209-8947 control, trolling motor.
2 & 3 bR MH, Cotton- was $4000 now $3000.
dale. http://www .char- 334-805-01194 Marquis '77 w/1990 re-
850-258-4868/209-8847 built 90 HP motor,
2&3BR MH. Water- trolling motor & fish
/Garb/Sewage Inc. NO finder. $3,000 obo. 334-
PETS! (850) 592-8129 3475-3272
2 & 3BR Mobile Homes
for Rent in Cottondale.
$350 & up Call 850-557-
2BR/IBA MH in Alford;
$350 plus deposit.
850-579-4622 or 573-.
2498/573-1851 Mako'97 Model 191-19',
2BR 2BA All elec., CH/A 150 HP Mercury live
W/D, 1 ac. Cottondale well, Bilge pump, $9,000
No pets, $400+ dep. OBO. Will trade. Call
Ref. Req. 850-352-2810 334-718-1550
2BR/2BA Located in Mako '77 center con-
Sneads $350/mo sole, 20ft, 200HP.evin-
850-573-0308. rude, excellent shape,
$6000obo, 334-585-6689
Cypress; $320/mo. No Laten '03 Camper Trail-
pes/ smoking.Ref. Req. er w/slide. 30 ft. Fully
(850)685-2353 self contained. $6900
(5)8-33OBO, 334-687-4503
3/2 C H/A $450-$500
per month, C'dale. No Javin 16 foot boat, 90
pets. 850-638-1171 HP Johnson.$3500334-
3/2 Cottondale water,
garb, bug spray. $55g/ Javelin'94'Bass boat
io. (lease)+ $550 sec. 377A 150 fast strike,
No Pets. 850-352-4869. trailer. $4750 334-596-
3BR 2BA DW MH, on
Russ Rd. $850/mo. 850- Javelin '00 Renegade
526-2975 20ft., 225 Johnson, 821b
thrust trolling motor,
3BR/2BA Kynesville tandem trailer, $9800,
area Call (850) 579- 334-596-1694
2610 or 209-2780 Jason 1986 bass boat
LG 3BR/1BA, Clean/ 110 Johnson motor,
quiet park in Marianna. garage kept, good con-
No pets! $475 + Dep. edition $4500 OBO 334-
850-718-6641 794 5511 /334-798-5936

229-723-5969 or 229-

'95 Hunter 23.5 sailer
w/ trailer, '03 Shp Hon-
da, 2much2 list, $10k
B00, Call 334-806-2822.
'89 BASS BOAT 17ft fi-
berglass w/88HP John-
son motor, runs great!
w/trailer $2,100 OBO,

85' BAYLINER 29ft. Vol-
vo 260 eng., fully loaded
w/trailer,low hours
-$12,500 OBO 687-8169,
34 ft. House Boat,
Sleeps 6, good cond.,
asking $12,000 OBO,
Call 334-792-1079 or
2004 90 hp Mercury
Out board $3750. firm
also 9.9 HP Evinrude.
$650. 334-774-3165 or
2001 17' Glastron
SX170, 90 HP Johnson,
Aluminum trailer, great
shape, $7500, Call 334-

1998 16 ft. Express Bass
Boat, 50 hp Yamaha,
depth finder, garage
kept. Great cond. $7000
OBO, 334-805-0818
16 ft., 1974 Glastron w/
1998 70 HP Tohatsu,
runs great, $3000, Call
'01 Boston Whaler
Dauntas, 22ft, 200 HP
mercury motor, full
electronics, $22,000

Sprinter 1999 5th wheel
27ft, with slide out
room, fully loaded with
new hitch. $9500 334-
Sandpiper'06, 5th
wheel, 3 slides, Retail
$29K. Wholesale $25K.
selling for $21K. 850-
866-2468 or 850-896-

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clean, has a334-794-7103er slide, 229-723-5958. Call 229-308-1168. TV On a floors, good condition,
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080 334-793-0021. 334-687-2994 ment model, great IN THE CLASSIFIEDS
wheel, 291RLTS, 3 5th wheel, 25 ft, bunk- can stay or move.' $33,900. 00 251 654
slides, with covers, house, 1 owner, no $13,500. 334-678-7551 5586
electric awning $35K, pets/smoker, like new, 2005 Gulf Stream Cavi-
selling for health rea- gas/elec H20 heater, 98 Coachman Santa- lar Pkmdl, 31'L, sleeps
sons 334-791-4192 $15,200 850-557-1731 ra,,5ft 23,000 miles, 6, excellent condition.
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Jayco'03 camper, 34 ft. FLEETWOOD '05 Prowl- tries, ducted CH/A, $6,000. 334-237-1039
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Black, Motorcycle. Gar-
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quick detach wind-s
shield. $8700, 334-445-

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I Polaris ATV '04
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328 miles, excellent AT/6sp. Garaged, exc.
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tem. Priced at$62,500 Honda '05 Foreman 500, Addition 165K mi. For-
OBO 334-616-6508 to red, warn wench 2.5 ton Ranger '06 700 EFI est Green, runs good.
see! luggage rack, mirrors,. Camo, excellent condi- $1,100. 334-673-3938.
thumb bar. like new, tion. $8200OBO. 334- Bonneville'05 GXP,
-- need to see. $4,195 334- 798-2181 North Star V8 engine,
Road Star '01 1600 Metalic grey,50K miles
i dressed out, 12K miles, $18,500 850-209-1087
.- $5900. 334-790-4360 -
Sportster'06 883 Low.
.. Motorcycle. Black, 490
RIVERSIDE '05 ADVEN- mi., excellent condition.
TURE travel trailer. 33 Loaded, 6200 OBO. Call
ft. Large slide-out. 334-255-3165 or 334-
Sleeps 9. Great condi- HONDA '05 VTX 130q, 255-2920. .
tion.$16K. Must see. RED, 5000 miles, war-
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Bbgarage kept, $6,200, moped, street legal, condition with transfer
r 334-774-6779. $800 334-793-5248 able warranty $16,500.
1 .. --...-.. Suzski'06 Bouleverd
...- 800, 750 mi. like new Cadillac '06 DTS GM,
Immaculate condition.
0 Triumph'73 chopper, $24,500.850-592-2773
custom built in Miami
nice bike, lots of Cadillac '93 Allante
HOLIDAY RAMBLER '96 chrome, runs good Convertible, red, beige
EndeavorW/B3 Hond'06 $3,500.334-984-2044 eatherexcellent.71k
slide,- 230 Cummins Die- da 06 250 Rebelb, $3500. miles $13,900 334-449-
sel Pusher, new eng Motorcycle. Like new. 28230r334-723-3037
w/3000 miles, diesel $2.800,334-498-3918.
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$40,000 334-687-6164 $2200. 334-618-3234 or rims exc.dcond.,78K
Holiday Rambler '02, 334-671-5790 mi.,asking $6400 OBO,
diesel pusher, 2 slides, HONDA'06 VTX 1300 C Call (334)379-5118
outside ent center, Cruiser, 1,700 miles; Chey 03 Z06 Corvette
loads of extras, no black & chrome, Vance VERUCCI '05 50CC, 4 Exceent cond.35K mi,
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mi., Must Sell! $68,50 haust, $8,500 OBO 334- MPH, Sportster replica
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850-596-8475 for 6 PM low miles, loaded
Honda '07 750 CC. 4 yr. $10,000 334-6874571
ourwinds08 Chateau maintenance & 5 yr. Victory 1999 1500, 5K'
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Sin Payoff! 850-573- ------ Chevy '90 Corvette Con-
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HP diesel, very nice Honda GL1800'05 Gold- Scooter, mi.l 3 793-6997
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Damon ntrder 00' atchingbushtch 4723
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er. V-10,27,917K 2 0 334-693-9287 Yamaha'06 R1 3,500K Chevy '94 Camaro,
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Concord Coachman '05 OBO334 0-028 334-726-3842 Chrysler Sebring,
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2700m, Take over pay- 1500Classic. Never laid excellent condition.
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Airstream '93 34' diesel cailent condition.Load-
64K mi. Excellent cond ed, $7,500.334-702-7775 "' cnryler '05Pacifica
$25,000. 334-792-1079. if no answer, leave par Tourrng Model. 43i mn.
$25,000.3347921079. message. -A e series e 6 nie. I owner.
S28ft. Allegro, well ....-. .rilsa'anrlc 'Ie, COnd..nen IronI
maintained, new tires, '. u. lr$1K l33J-222-2166
fully loaded, new paint,- .- ,.*' 0 u Co
indoor kept. $12,500.i FORD '05 Mustang Con
Cal1334-792-8018 or '-. ertiole, leather, v.6,
334-792-8827 loaded, 18K miles,
$16,000 334-355-0881
Ford '05 Mustang, V-6
Kawasaki '04 Ninja, 'e pmium edition, Fully
blue, low miles, Like AUTOMOtLE dudto $ as savers, 3
new. 2700, obo, 334- -dCd $13,580 334-
983-6264. "_._.... ..... ,92.-77-

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

S'04 Pace Arrow 37 C,
Work Horse Chassis.
19K, loaded, 3 slides, 99
tow car, $93,000, Call
(334) 618-0717 f
'03 V-STAR 1100,12K
miles, lots of chrome, 2
helmets, $4,500 229- .
2005 CRF 150 F Honda,
good condition, very
low mileage, $2,000
687-3275 or 850-625-
3965 .

Cubcadet'07 Utility
Vehicle. 20hp Cat
Diesel Engine. Camo,
Auto. great condi-
tion. $8,500.

Harley '06 1200 Sports- "
ter, white, dyna fender,
Screaming Eagle pipes.
Exc. cond. 6100 mi.,
$8,490 obo, 334-726-
Harley '07 Fat Boy, vivid
Black, less than 400
, miles, $16,000 OBO,
Harley Davidson '00
Heritage softball twin
cam, blue & silver, rd
radio, lots of extras, '
$12,000. 334-671-4281.

f^~ "',

$500o cars trom $5o00
Police Impounds for V -
Ssale! For listings
800-570-8736 x 2802
saeForstn s

Kawasaki'06 ZX-10R,
Black, Motorcycle. 3200 -:. "'
miles, runs well, low 86 Corvette Red Only
miles, Great cond., 103k with Red/Black
$7000,334-687-8624. Ithr, AT Entirely new .
Kawasaki '81 AC/ PW&L Garage Kept
K2750LTD-H2.Need $7400 or OBO. 596-0157
work, good parts bike.
13671 mi., $700 obo -
cash. 334-393-1735
Kawaski'07 Mean
Streak Special Edition. Acura'92 ntegra, pd,
Under 500 miles. Extras Bk .unswe. e-
included, $8,000. Call bullLmotor, sunroof.
334-899-4247 Great cond.2,000 obo.
Brand new 26" rims,
Polaris'00 4-Wheeler, chrome w/black 3,800
4 wheel drive, 334-671-1607.
334-794-2398 .
334-794-2398 Audi '03 A6 power
Polaris'07 Outlaw everything, new tires, .
500cc, great cond. 15 excellent condition,
minus hrs. $3,500. Call 64,500 ml., $16,700 OBO.:
334-389-7073 334-983-4446
,' ' '


Ford'06 Mustang GT, '
light blue, black weather
int., premium sound,
loaded, 5 sp., exc.cond.
20,700 mi, REDUCED
$17,685,23 MPG, hwy,
reg gas. call 334-588

Ford '06 Mustang, Red,
Auto. 6,cyf.35,500 mi,
very clean, Great cond.
$12,100, 334-798-5753.
Ford '07 Focus, 22k mi.,
factory wrnty, all the
options, like new, -
34mpg. Asking $12,800.
Call John at 334-477-


GM '75 El Dorado, fully
restored, $10,000. 229-
Honda "03 Accord,
coupe sunroof, leather
seats, 75K miles. 14,000
850-685-5542 (Troy)


Honda'03 Civic Coupe
Automatic, One Owner
$7800.120k miles. West
Main Car Sales W.M. St.
Dothan. 334-699-5880
Honda'03 Civic EX
Coupe, red, 5-speed,
75k. miles, $8,800. 080
334-677-3694 or

Honda '06 Civic EX, sil-
er, 2 dr., auto, 44K mi.
38 mpg, all power. Ask-
ing pay-off $15,000.
Honda'07 Civic Coupe
Touch screen GPS navi- '
nation system, DVD
player, 26K mi., black,
Jeep '01 Grand Chero-
kee, Mint condition.
New tires, cold air,
$5,000. 334-685-3832
Kawasaki '07 Brute
Force 650 4X4. Black,
28 hours. Excellent Con-
dition. $5000. 334-488-
(ia '01 Rio, 90k miles,
new tires, new timing
belt, new axles, new
truck struts. $3,400 obo.

;! ._

Kla '04 Optima.LX Gold,
44K miles, working AC,
CD player. $8,000.850-,
326.0638 I


Volkswagen 05' Torgua- Vestl, new6'X30' pro-
or. reg, Gray w/saddle Iote table ramp for sale or
or, 40k miles, top of long term lease. $9,500.
Sthe line, sun roof, V8 229-869-1008.
e optiondual climate air,
heated seats, automat- PICK-UP
-'aUa* ic w/manual shift op- U
. tion, steering wheel TRUCKS
Nissah'88 300 ZX controls, side curtain '
2+2 2nd owner, all air bags,window -Chevrolet '05 1500 LS, 1
org, exc. cond. good shades for back seats, owner Crew Cab, 66,500
miles, Bright redw/ and rear air. $23,800 mi., two tone paint, all
d. grey LX int. Loded 334-701-8555/334-685- power, $15,300,
w/al Iopts. Has orig. 6233 Call 334-792-2724
MSRP, Lit. & manu- Classifieds... Chevrolet '92 Silverado,
$6,000 .334- See what it's all 350, a, p, pw, p new
67188 or 334-596- about! tires, bedliner, 188000
mi., one owner.347-4121
Volvo 04' V70, 2.5 turbo 1389-2270. $4,000. OB0
Pontaic '84 Trans-Am wagon, 73k miles, Auto
ram air, hard top con- w/manual shift option, Chevrolet '02 Silverado,
vertible, 2 seater. Very dual air climate control, Silver, Pick-up. Auto,
rare car $6,500 334-792- memory seats, CD/ca- 8-cyl., 2 WD, MI 55500,
4100 or 334-618-9101. ssett player, gold w/tan Power brakes, Power
leather,remaining 100k steering, A/C, AM/FM,
Pontiac '01 Bonneville, warranty $10,900, 334- runs well, Good condi-
white, 6-cyl., CD. 115k 701-8555/334-685-6233 tion $9,200.. 334-673-
mi. Very clean, good 8365 '
cond. $5000 OBO. 334- A TIQUE hevrolet'73-Wheel
791-1604. Chevrolet'7310-Wheel
Pontiac '06 GTO,6.0, AuTOS er with grain body. 334-
Pontiac '06 GTO, 6.0, 794-2398
400HP 24,000 miles, ..
black in/out, one owner. _--;'.-, Chevrolet '04 1500, 4x4,
$26,000, 850-352- regular cab, long bed,
3752/850-557-6666 ., 39K, $11,000. Please call
Pontiac '07 G6, 4 cyl., 334-726-0729
silver, 4 door, 14K mi., -
w/cruise, $13,900,
(334) 445-6302, -
(334)733-0579 Cadillac '68 Deville, '
Red, Convertible. $8500, "'"
334-774-9243.- ,,,
Cadillac'73 Eldorado,
".R*f a. Restored, mint condi- ,
rS I tion, garage kept,96K K .. '
miles, $9,000, 229-334- Chevrolet'98 Z71 P/U
8719 Fleetside Ext. cab, 3
Dr, 98K mi. Very Clean.

Ford '08 F350 Lariat
Crew Cab SRW 4WD
Pick-up. Blue over
beige, Auto. 6.4L Turbo
Diesel. 7,800 miles. Per-
fect condition. Loaded,
warranty, $44,000 obo
Call 334-447-8304.

Prem., 1iiler $O40.
custom paint, leath-
er. $31,900. Call 334-

Ford '64 Thunderbird,
82K mi, 1 owner, $4000.
Will trade. Call 334-632-

Ford '64 Thunder-
bird, 82K mi, 1 own-
er, $4000. Wil trade.-

Ford 95' Mustang,Co-
nvertable $2500 850-

Ford '96 Thunderbird,
White V6 $2400 334-
793-9020 or 334-794-
Geo '93 Metro, 3 cly. 2
dr hatchback, new tires
$1500 850-547-5292

Lexus'02 LS430 black,
fully loaded, tan leather
int. very good cond. ga-
rage kept, tinted win-
dows. 89K mi. $16,800
Lexus '07 ES-350, pearl
with tan interior, load-
ed, 15K miles. $31,000
You Name It...
Classified Has It!!!
Lexus '95 LS400, runs
good, all options, needs
some work, $2500, Call
(334) 792-4100 or 618-

Lexus ES 300'01 Sadan
Super Clean $9995. l1ok
miles. West Main Car
Sales W. Main. Street
Dothan. 334-699-5880
Lincoln'95 Town car
Champagne color, Ma-
roon Int. good tires,
cold air, $2,500. 334-
794-0385. ,
Mazda 04' RX8, 62,000
miles. Runs gre4t. Boria
Cat-back exhaust. Take
over pints. $19k'owed.
850-557-6199 )
Mercedes '06 CS500,
white, loaded w/ cus-
tom rims, 32K mi.
$55,000 334-6851
2584/334-794-6191. seri-
ous inquiries oily !!
Mercedes '90 B nz E320
79K original mi.lwhite,
well maintained, have
all-service records.
$10,500; 334-59 -2077
Mercury '76 Ma quis,
less than 45K o Iginal
miles 1 owner, $3500,
serious Inq only, 334-
691-7332 or 685 2269

MG '76 Midget omrn-
pletely restored, show
quality, like new,
$10,500. firm. 334-794-

Mitsubishi '06'Eclipse
GT, Red, 6-spd. 46550,
new tires; very'clean,
mfg warr, Vipet alarm,
tints, Exc cond. 15000,

5~ -~

Pontiac '71 Grand Prix .
400/400, solid no canc-
er runs & drives $3,500
OBO Trade considered
334-687-0805, 695-6568
Race Car Dirt late mod-
el '05 CiJRayburn & 28'
inclosed hawler. Many
extras, 334-355-0298. -

waa"Wa. I .
Mlitsubishi '06 Lancer 02 Saturn '07 Aura XR,
Rally A/C.Power* 9,800 mi., like new,
SWindows & Door locks, white, Ithr, sunroof, all
CD Player, $11,750. options, MUST SEE TO
Financing Available- BELIEVE! $21,150 obbo,
WAG.. 334-522-3564 '
SCall John 334-797-0420
or Jason 334-714-1601 -
-_7'0-" _. 1... I.-;

Toyota'00 Camry
Solar Convertible
. $8995.128k miles. West
a Ep Main Car Sales W. M.St.
Mitsubishi '07 Eclipse Dothan. 334-699-5880
GT' V6, Loaded, Ithr,
6disk cd, htd seats, fin. Toyota '05 Camry, 4
avail. $17900. John 334- door, tan, auto., sun-
797-0420 or Jason 714- roof, cd changer, all
1601 m pwr., like new, 17,300
N. mi, $15,900, Call (334) .
Nissan '05 Maxima SL, 1389-3071
fully loaded, leather int. 380
bose sound system & Toyota '08 Camry LE,
garage kept. exc. black, 13,500 miles, like
cond., 1 owner, $17,300 new, $18,500, 334-718-
pay off. Call (334) 714- 3155
Toyota '08 Corolla, 4 dr,
Nissan '06 Maxima SE auto, 3100 mi., $14,500
Exc. cond. white, war- firm. Call 334-347-7302
rrenty, 29K mi,$17,500 or 334-406-2945.,
0 334-714-6616 Toyota'98 Sienna.
Nissan '08 Altima 2.5 S, Green, Auto. 171k. Runs
15k miles, extended great!! $4,000 obo. 719-
warranty 1 owner, like 930-8524.
new condition, $17,900
334-750-4698 Volkswagen '04 Jetta
Station wagon GL, AT,
Nissan '90 300zx. AC, Exc; cond., 27-30
White, 143k, $4,700. mpg, $9,500 OBO, 334-
334-797-9652. 983-4446


asking $8500 OBO. 334-
790-2364, 334-793-1005
Chevrolet 04 Z71, Reg
Cab. Pick-up. Gun Metal
Grey, Auto. 8-cyl. 4 WD.
52000, great condition.
Power brakes, Power
steering, CD, A/C,
AM/FM, stereo, $14,000.

- ,- ,

Dodge 95' Ram P/U,
2500 HD, good cond., .
$2,800. OBO 677-2805

Dodge '06 Ram, Silver,
Auto. 6 cyl. 2WD. 23k,
Power steer, CD, A/C,
Like new. Cust exhaust
bed cover, rails, foot
rail $18k 334-790-4509.

Dodge9 g&L
Truck, Ext.Cab
Auto.Diesel 4 WD.
150,000 miles, fair
condition. Power
brakes, Power
steeringCD, A/C,
AM/FM, stereo,
runs well, new
tires, $7,500.

Ford '02 F-150,4D, 125K .
mi, AT, PS. Tilt, Cruise,
PW/D. Good Condition.
$5,000. 850-209-2000
Ford '01 F150 4DR XLT
V8 Triton, 76K, Tow
pkg. True workhorse!
$12,000. 850-215-1338
Ford '02 F250 Ext. cab
4WD, 7.3 Diesel, Mint
Condition black, all -
leather, lots of extras.
$16K OBO 334-685-3832
Ford '05 F150, FX4, ex-
tended cab, silver, 39k
miles, all power.
$18,500. 334-726-0435 .
Ford '04 F1SO .Fx4, Super -
Cab, 6-disc CD, 68K mi.,
$15,500, Call (334) 897-
Ford'02 F150 Lariat, Ex-
tra Cab, tool box, new
factory trans. 108K mi.,
runs great. $8500 080,
Call (334) 596-9966
Ford '00 F-150 Lariat
with brush guard. 103k
mi $7 ,o9 p.Cll l5a-693-

S Chevy'02 Avalane 5454, leave message.
4X4,16kmiles, pewter ..
gray, chrome neft bars, .. '
Sandbrush guard, 20' "
wheels, black leather
Reduced-Sacrifice interior, loaded. $13,500. '-' .
Chevrolet'57 Bel-Air, 4 334-702-8439 or 334-
door, new eng. & paint, 791-2609
75% refurbished. Many
starting at $12,000. Call tended Cab. Pickup.. Ford '03.F-150 Lariat,
(334)793-5534 Green, Auto. 8-cyl. 2 4x4, Leather, Supernew,
WD. fair condition, 4 doors, off road pack- -
SHEAVY TRUCKS/ I Power brakes, Power 'age, Loaded! $15,600.
TAVY c steering, $4,000. 334- Call 334-797-7178.
TR .793-4700. Can be seen
at 1885 Headland Ave.
Cub Cadet zero turn -t 1885 Headland Ave. I cf
mower 50' new blade Chevy '96 Cheyene, sgl I
w/5X8 trailer ext. cab, 4.3 6cyl vortec eng. Ford '96 F15. Pick-
warr. 1 yr. old. very good cond. $3700
.$2600.760-409-6204 cash. 850-482-8416 Green, Auto. 8-cy. i- 2
WD. 89000,great condi-
Ford '99 350 V-10 super- Chevy '03 S10,4 cylin- tion. Loaded, Power
duty ext. van. tow der, 28MPG, low miles, brakes, Power steering,
pack., exc. cond. 78K excellent shape. $7200 A/C, AM/FM. stereo,
mi. $6,750.850-638- OBO. 334-585-6689 runs well, low miles,
S9771.- vr clean, dual tank,
-t FE T R 1 Chevy'05 Silverado bedliner, $4,750.334-
FREIGHTINER 01, Crew Cab Truck, Load- 790-4484. -
FDL120. Semi truck, ed with extras $18,000.
810,000 mi. good cond, 850-594-3282
$19K OBO, 850-352-4808 Chevy '00 Silvrado 6.0
Freightliner'04 M2.28K Eng. Ext. cab w/ long
GVWR, 26ft box w/6 ft bed, CD, Full towing
attic, CAT engine 159K pack. $7,000 334-477-
miles. Excellent Condi- 2271. Ford '95 F150. Pick-
tion. $24,000. 798-1221 up. stone, Auto.
SChevy '07 Silverado LT 8-cyl. 2 WD. 15,500,
Freightliner92' 60 se- Crew Cab, exc. cond. excellent condi-.
ries, Fuller transmis- Bed cover, 26K mi., tion. Loaded,
sion, Good for log truck $19,000, (334) 237-1039 $14,000. Call 334-
or long haul. $9000. 850- 7=-49-
638-7290/850-527-2229. Chevy'96 Silveradb o 93-4930
Gooseneck Trailer, 20ft LWB STD Cab,'Good
f atbed, du axe, 14K Cond, Loaded 153K mi.
I e dual axe[,n14K $3990. 080 334-671- *
capacity, less than 4216. O
500 miles, $5,500 firm '
850-890-0097 Chevy 04' Tahoe Z71,
GOOSENECK TRAILER Burandyw/ beige .
30' flat bed, dual axle leather, 83k miles, .
14,000 lb capacity like steering wheel con-
new, $4 ,000 334-695- trols, 3rd row seating .-
0434 w/center bucket seats,
6disc cd changer in Ford '01 F150 Super Cab-
Volvo '97 dump-truck dash, power seats, rear Lariat, loaded, leather -
W-64, tri-axle, 16'body. air controls, CD Player $9,500.
ext. side, R swing barn $16,800334-701- Financing Available- -
door. $19,500. OBO 334-, 8555/334-685-6233 WAC.
685-2772; 334-671-7632 Call John 334-797-0420
Chevy '02 Z71 Extend- or Jason 334-714-1601
PARTS ed Cab, 80K mi., new
PARTS & d tires, new brakes, great Ford '03 F250 Super-
ACCESSORIES condition, $13,000.Re- crew V-10 gas Triton
tail NADA value, motor, 100 Centennial
'06 model 24' Car haul- $14,450, 334-797-2459 Ford addition, Black,
er, like new, $5000 850- FX4 wh. dr. Lariat. 145K
526-3911/573-9437 Dodge 05' 3500 Quad mi. well maintained
Cab Dually. Cummins $16,200. 229-308-0259,
, Camper shell, one yr. Turbo Diesel, 69k miles,
old. Fits F-150'99, CD, Cruise, $20,500, 'Ford '94 F-250 Turbo-
Black, Like new. $600. 850-526-2290 days, DSL. Ext-Cab, $4500.
Call 334-347-2717. ., eves. 850-594-9931 334-308-9010.

Harley Davidson'06
Screaming Eagle VROD,
Red, 7K mi, warranty,
$18,000. Call 334-714-
Harley Davidson '06
Sportster Custom. Red,
7800 miles. Great.con-
dition. $9,500 obo. 334-

Fat Bob Pearl Blue, 6-
spd. 2000 miles, excel-
lent condition, lots of
extras, 2YR warranty,
$14,500 OBO. Call 334-
441- 6962.
Harley Davidson '08
Road King. Crimson
Red, 6-spd. 675 miles,
excellent condition.
warranty, $19,500. Call

Harley Davidson
'08 Road King.
Crimson Red,
6-spd. 675 miles,
excellent condi-
tion. warranty,

HD '02 Fat Boy. Motor-
cycle. Custom, 8500 mi.,
exc. condition. Loaded,
$12,000 OBO. Call 334-
HD '03 1200 Sportster,
100th Anniv Ed, w/
shield, bags, Tandem
seat w/ backrest, 7500
miles. Exc. cond. $5500,
HD '06 Heritage Softtail
Classic. White 5-spd.,
1700 ml., excellent con-
dition. $16,500. Call 334-

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PONTIAC.t07 G6 GT, .
Blapk, Conv. Auto. 6-cyl.
15,400, Loaded, leather.
Like new. $22,500,
334-886-2399. ._


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Ford '68 F100 step side,
runs great 18K mi.
S' black, MSTA$5,500
PONTIAC '69 GTO Judge obo. 334-671-3772.
Race Car, New. Tires, ,.' x s s
New Paint $14,000 229- -
334-3322, 229-321-2092 ,'-_ .-,. -_


Ford '01 Windstar LX,
3.8L, V6, auto OD trans,
7 pass., dual sliding
doors, PW/D/L, Cruise,
black w/gray cloth in-
ter. 140K miles, well
maint, $3,950.00 850-
Can't Be Beat!

Ford '89F-150XLT C Jeep'86 C7, hard top,
Lariat. Blue & White, bikini top new seats,
5-spd. 6-cyl. great new half doors, rebuilt
condition. Loaded, eng., 106K mi., $5500
$2,200 obo, Must Sell. N firm. 334-735-3036
334-718-6569. --- Jeep '05 Grand Chero-
Ford '97 F150 XLT Super kee, automatic, A/C,
.Cab, Triton V-8, dia- CD, extra clean,
mond plate tool box, $18,500. 334-792-0645:
bed liner, bed extender, Toyota 02 Tacoma SR5,
exc. cond., $6900, 334- Ext. Cab. Must be refin- Jeep '94 Grand Chero-
- 714-4210 or 677-6007 anced loan balance kee, Automatic, AC, CD,
$12,000. 86k mi., exc. $2,500, 334-712-1531
Ford'03 Ranger, red, 4 condo. Call 334-475-1785, Jeep 01 rand Cero
Scyl., auto., AC, excellent cond. Call 334-475-1785 Jeep 01' Grand Chero-
condition. $5500, Call Toyota'99 Tacoma 4X4 kee Laredo, cream col-
- 10am-4p, 334-671-1693 single cab 4 cyl. auto, or, bug shield, side vis-
Ford '92 Ranger XL /1050 all terian tires ors, roof rack, clean in-
Ford '92 Ranger XLT, 6 120k, $9,000 O80. 334- side & out. 97k miles
Scyl, 5 sp manual, good 685-7207; 850-258-3018 runs great. $6500.850-
on gas. $2750. 334-798- 547-5292
5650 -
F5650 "urr _, Jeep '05 Rubicon,
Ford'07150Supercrew $18,500, V6, auto., AC,
Larriat 4X4. White sand 46K mi., new BFGoo-
color w/tan leather 8K drich All Terrain tires,
miles. Fully loaded. Bed (334)699-8668,803-5910
cover. $29,500 334-798-
5725. Jeep'03Wranger, very
nice! khaki, soft top,
,Toyota '04Tundra 47k AC,AT, over-drive, tilt,
S 4 ido orAl Power,Tinted 4.0 4WD,tow pkg. run-
Windows ,20" Chrorm ning boards, CD, full
M Rims, CD, $16,800 or doors, new tires & bat-

SSPORT UTRITY obo. Paul 850-482-7490
| VEHICLES7 good shape, new top,
Rhino bed line sprayed
Buick '07 Rainier, By inside, $6500, Cal1 (334)
owner, 2WD, 6 cyl., Sil- 726 0219
ver Leather, Power,
20,000 mi.$20,000 neg., Jeep'06 Wrangler, 4.0L
Call 334-370-3921 n6spd, AC, PS, soundbar,
Ford '85 Tow Truck, Buick'07 Rainier, 1 one spec at wheels &ti es
custom-built Iton. eros of opt 005 5k mie
loaded. Great condi- owner, leather, BOSE, $17,500 229-376-2670
tion.$8,500, 334-791- On-Star,18k miles gar-
tion. ret/gray, $21,000 neg, ..?-
8695or334-794-2426 factory warranty. 334- ,
685-1261 or 334-677.
Ford '04 XLT Super Cab, 3281 334-677-
towing pkg., bed liner,
tool box, 53K miles, CHEV '04 Avalanche 2Z71
$15,000, Call (334) 794- loaded $18,000 call 334-
0751 -695-2739,
Ford '06 XLT 150, tow Chevrolet '99 S10 Blaz- Jeep '97 Wrangler.
package, 17k miles, er, Good AC New trans. New red paint job
burgundy, loaded, with warr., New tires, SUV. 5-spd. 4-cyl. 4 WD.
$17,000. 334-691-5336 clean. Runs great!!!!! 100,000 mi., power .
REDUCED!!! $3,200. 334- brakes, power steering,
Classifieds have what 596-5032 CD, A/C, AM/FM, runs
you are looking for. -^w... well. Great cond. $6200,

chevrolet UT iranilaz- 334-693-2099. F CLOLUN.
er LT, loaded, 4WD, 90K
-y miles, blue, great cond., ,*e L _,r i
$9,900, (334) 372-4822 -
or (334) 372-2415 .S E LL


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air, 11 ft. Western NOTICE OF
Hauler Bed w/ Rhino. . i. SHERIFFS SALE
Gooseneck 30K 5th Chevy '01 Blazer, White Jeep00 Wrangler, yel-
Wheel, 30K mi., no AT 6-cyl 4WD,.130k, PB low, 5-spd. 6-cyl. 4 WD. NOTICE is hereby given
trades, $45K, Call PS, C, A/C, AM/FM, 45,000 miles, Power that pursuant to a writ
(302) 545-1158 sunroof, $5,800. Call- brakes, Power steer- of execution issued in
334-793-0677; ing, CD, A/C, AM/FM, the County Court of
GMC'07 Duramax die- C runs well, low miles, Jackson County, Flori-
se 25,000 mile $38,500 Chevy '00 Blazer 4x4 LX, Fair condition ,000,6" da, on the 14th day of
334-677-9008-334-726- white, door, auto, lift, procomp 35's 334- August 2008 in the
"2767. fully loaded, CD, 100K 701-0338. caus wherein First
miles runs great, very* Union National Bank of
GMC'91 Jimmy 4x4,6.2 nice, almost new condi- Florida was plaintiff
Diesel 4 in-lift. alumi- tion. $5000. 334-598- and Jack R. Skakel is
Snum wheels 12x36 Radi- 9068 or 334-477-3325 the defendant, being
al Swampers PS, PB, ,US Case Number ,90-
AC, Auto, AM/FM CD .. ; n 06474COSO.
.$5500 obo. 850-762-9333 l ,' John P. McDaniel As
SGMC '02 Sierra Ext. Cab, County, Florida have
withtoolbox,8Km, 0K levied upon all the
great shape, $9500, Call right, title, and interest

SR. Skakel in and to the
GMC '07 SIERRA .- following to-wit:
SLE. Pick-up. SIL- Cheyy'01 Tahoe LT, JEEP '90 YJ HT 5-spd A, C-
VERAuto.-cyl.2 128kmi.sunroof, Ithr. 6cyl4WD3Lift/ ot12 Block AC, Cor-,
WD. 23000, excel- 3rd seat, heated seats, Lockers $14,000. reacted Plat of Compass
lent condition. TV, ALL power new Invest Sale $7,999 Lake Hills Unit TWO, ac-
AM/FM/cd stereo, -tires, fact. wrrnty. 334-673-0088. cording to the Plat
lowmiles,very $9,800 B0 678-350- thereof, as recorded in
clean, warranty, .8442. dPlat Book A-4, pages
PAYOFF. Need min- Ce TLand-Rover'99 Range 11A -throh 15Ain-
ivan instead Call Chevy 00 Tahoe, LT, Rover HSE 4.6, fully dsie of the Public Re-
334-685-2190 4x4 black w/tan leath loaded, 95K mi., $8,900, cords of Jackson Coun,
er. 145K, winch & brush Call(334) 797-0768 ty Florida. Parcel # R
guard. $8,900 0BO 793-. 02-2N-11-0083-10AC-
GMC'06 Sierra Z71, 9130 or 205-907-0861 0120
"loaded, 28k mi., ext cab, ," bA 0120
still under warranty. 2 n-5d9-'- 8and on the 27th day of
$21,500.334-347-7353 or- Mercury 99 MT. Dk. October, 2008, at the
464-2659 ?6ife4,a Cu Blue w / grey leather, Jackson County Sher-
Infinity'04 FX 45, 38,0 .- sunroof, 89K. Loaded. iff's Office, 4012 La-
mies fully loaded, C y 05 T e Great cond. $5900 334- .fayette Street, Marian-
navigatiesulyonrarvew Whe687-4494. na, Florida, County of
navigation, rear view White, leather CD lackson, State of Flori-
camera, grayish, exc. 3rd Row, on-star/Fdi. at the hour of, 9:30
condo 31K, 718-6640 XM 2WD, 40,500 a.m 'or soon thereaf-
Nissan 06' Frontier/Ni- miles very clean, nii, u i. I will offer for sale
smo, V6, Automatic, 4 $18,500, Call 334 899- all he said defendant,
wheel drive, all power, 7099. lc R. Skakel's right,
tow package.35,300k I' il and interest in the
miles. $16,700.334-685- Chevy'03 Trailblazer a.. property, at public
7207 or 850-260-9424 LT, seats 8, exc. condi- Oulc:ry and will sell the
tion. 14,000 actual mi., *.ame, subject to prior
orig.price.$36,000, ask- Nissan'07 Armada, liens, encumbrances,
ing $14,800.334-333- Black/tan, oil changes and judgments, if any,
1685 & warranty, 26,500, to the highest bidder or
EddieBaer'04 Eedi CallJeff334-701-8303 or bidders for CASH, the
tion, blue. Captain Lacy 334-701-6020. proceeds to be applied
chairs 07K $0,500 NISSANARMADA as far as may be to the
3340 cis,107K $10O,500 NISSAN'ARMADA'05 payment of costs and
334-673-0823. fully loaded even navi- the satisfaction of the,
Nissan '07 Frontier. Ford '03 Excursion Ed- nation 85k miles.Need above-described execu-
Pick-up. Like new. Sil- die Baer 2WDExcel- payoff $18,000 tion.
3,800mi.Loaded lentcondition. Fully (3 in Accordance-with th34)695-4965.
$15,900.334-693-4987. $9,800.850-956-4748. Nissan'O2Pathfinder American with disabili-
N$9,800.850-956- SE.Loadedw/options ties act, persons with
Nissan 04' Frontier XE Excellentcond. $12,000. disabilities needing
truck silver, bedliner, 334-447-0053sialts din
d, d nual,4-cyl, '334447053 special accommodation
pwrpkg, lots of extras, Nissan'04 Xterra,64K to participate in this
49211v6msg 080,334-983-4446 tact the A.D.A. coordi-
n a nator telephone
Nissan '04 Titan Crew M Nissan '06' Xterra S, number 850-482-9624
-. Cab, Black, Pick-up. Au- black, V6, auto 33k ext. 103 not later than
'to., 8-cyl.4WD.47,00, FORD'97 Expedition miles $16,500 334-300- seven (7) days prior to
Loaded, Like new. Ask- fully loaded, candy 8102 leave message. the proceedings. If
ing payoff, Call 334-333- green, excellent condi- hearing impaired,
-0797. tion$5,500334-355- ,.r- (TDD) 1-800-955-8770,
0454, 334-616-7269 viathe Florida Relay
NISSAN "05 Titan. 4 Ford '07 Explorer Eddie
door. Black, Auto. 8- Bauer, V6, 3rd row seat DATED: October 1, 2008 -
cyl.4 WD.6-disc in- asking $20,975 obo, Ca DATED: Ocober 1,2008
dash changer. 31k 34-797-4576 JOHNP.MCDANIEL
miles, excellent con-,. JOHN P. MCDANIEL
diton. $24000/os. Sheriff of Jackson
Call 229-942-5532. Toyota '004 Runner County, Florida
Cal 229-4 532. g^^ ^^ LTD, Hunter green, tan
-- leather, loaded, excel- /s/Linda J. Cowan
Nissan '08 Titan LE, lent condition $8500 BY: Linda J. Cqwan
Crew Cab, Short Bed. 3OBO 850-445-5767
- Pick-up. Red, Auto, 8cyl. LFI429S
-4WD.9900 mi. Excellent _. .NOTICE IS HEREBY
Condition, Loaded, I IE PURS ANT
-Power brakes, Power GIVEN THAT PURSUANT
-steering, CD, A/C, GMC'00 YUKON 105K i THE SELF STORAGE
-AM/FM, stereo, rebuilt miles; loaded SLT leath- 83. 01-83.809 THE PER-
Sengine, runs well, low er, On-Star, sunroof, SONAL PROPERTY CON-
mi es, new tires, moon DVD Player, warranty, SON N OPER CONL
-roof, leather int. very $9,000 334-695-0119 SISTING OF PERSONAL
:clean, warranty, leave message HOLD G ITEMSOOS, HOUSETO-
.$33000.334-792-0650 Toyota'04, 4-Runner MOTIVE ITEMS, & MISC.
Nissan'07 Titan 5.6 LE SR5 Silver. Excellent ITEMS OF:
With king cab. 1 owner. ..- condition. 67K miles.
Leather. Loaded, 13,500 Electric, leather, Spoil- HAROLD BATEMAN-
miles. $24,000. 334-794- er, $17,000 obo. 334- UNIT F38,
8295. before 10am or Iv. 791-9595. BLAKE T MOORE, SR
mess. 334-648-0780. UNITC55

-MU 81 Toyota'Ol4RunnerR- CHRS HARTSFIELD
i 5 2-WD $8700. 112k UNIT CC23F04
burgn'dy, kn can, GMC '01 Yukon SLT miles. West Main Car SHARONDA RAMSEY
Swhte, Ithr, Third r owner, ga Sales W. Main. Street UNIT C
598-3874, cell 726-95aged 92K m00tii. $10,900. Dothan. 334-699-588714-9510.0 DEBRAANKRUM
at Cond -334-692 UNITCC35

TOYOTA er, 4124 or 334-797-7603. Toyota'01 Sequoia
TOYOTA '01 Pre Runr, imited edition, tan ILLBE LD R
maculate, 41K actual leather interior, sun- WIL BE SOLD OR
miles, V-6, ext. cab, ... roof, 109k miles $9,000 OTHERWISE DISPOSED
loaded, $12,900 334- 334-794-6130 F AT 1 0 : 0 A M
687-6863, 334-695-2161 OCTOBER 23, 200 TO
'Toyota'97'Tacoma P VA AST DUE RENT,
200k miles, AC, CD, 5 VANS COSTS, AND FEES.
speed, good condition, DISPOSITON WILL
bedliner &tool box 334- Honda'06 Accord EX-L, TAKE PLACE AT PACK-
797-618 Charcoal Bronze, load- RAT STORAGE OF MARI-
ed, GPS,34K miles$18K ANNA, 4667 HWY 90,
OBO 850-445-5767 MARIANNA, FL 32446.
Honda'01 CR_V.
334-693-9742. .. ...
H. The Town of Green-
Honda '06 Element, 20k wood will hold a public
miles, $19,400. OBO Dodge 01 Grand Cara- meeting on Tuesday,
334-793-5621 von ES, red, Van. Auto. August 19, 2008, at
Toyota '0 Tacoma Pre- 6-cyl. 2WD. 112,Kmi. 500 p.m., at the Town
runner ext. cab, brush miles, Loaded, Power Hall, 4207 Bryan Street,
guard, tool box, new all brakes, Power steering, Greenwood, FL. 32443,
tires, great shape. 121K . CD, A/C, AM/FM, ste- for the sole purpose of
mi. 334-671-3635. reo, runs well, leather discussing a grant ap-
int. very clean, $5200. plication to be submit-
' ^ Call 334-347-0496. ted to the Department
,_ Dodge'95 Caravan, 6 of Environmental Pro-
cyl, great motor, auto, tection Florida Recre-
good A/C 850-693-0737 action Development As-
N Hummer'07H3, distance Program for
$25,900, Red, 9,500 Dodge '99 Caravan, V6, improvements to Green
miles, Red/ Black jazzy 1113 power chair Wood Park. The pub-
Leather Seats, Chrome & a Harmar power lic or any interested
-Toyota '06 Tacoma Brush Guard, Larger ramp inside. $5000, call persons are invited to
silver, auto. 6 cyl. 4 WD. Tires than Stock, 4x4, Ella Elliot H: 334-793- attend.
29,000, Loaded, power Call 334-685-3463 7475, C: 334-797-5693 "
brakes, power steering, For further informa-
CD, AC, AM/FM, stereo, Jeep'01 Cherokee, 4x4, Ford '07 E150 Cargo tion, please contact
runs well, low miles, cold AC & CD player, van. Contractor ready Sa z s e a N e Sm it ,
very clean, warranty, runs great, new paint, warranty, key less Town Clerk at 850-594-
Like new. $23,900.Call $5500 OBO Call (334) eqtry, $15,500 OBO 334- 1216.
334-475-3600. 701-3974 796-8174. August 17, 2008.

Gause & Associates Realty

Highway 71 South
wS.a 850-482-7990 us


hundrea feet irom paven Lawrence Rd. MLSC e0-14n 9 s79,uua

4746 HWY 90, MARIANNA, FL Perfect commercial property loca
ne of the busiest'red lights In Jackson Co. with over 24,500 cari
counts daily.per FL D.OT. Land has 328' on Hwy 90 and 457'on Panh
Rd, and is across Hwy 90 from Oak Station Shopping Center. Office



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(850) 482-4494

(850) 209-7150 Eve.
4389 Lafayette Street
P.O. Box 357
Marianna, Florida 32447

yard, ful home with "mother-in-law" quar-
ters. Plenty of room to have a horse;
fenced. Corner of Ara Lane and St.
Correction Road. $279,900


ted at

ing containsover 2000 sq ft. wth ciy water and sewer. MLS# 07-1814

2393 HIGHWAY 2, CAMPBELLTON,,FL Nice 1904 sq. ft., 2 bedrooms, 2
bath home as pew roof, new paint, hardwood floors. Home and 1 acre
for S99K. Additional 4.25 acres that are zoned commercial can be pur-
chased for $28K. MLSC 08-54

)0dilariuTi PC-AD CujrrNL-aLE FL M i. r...........T
listed at only$62K. Portion oi property cleared and sill has some irriga-
tion hoses intact Wooded area has a couple of small ponds. There Is a'
legal ingress and egress easement from the highway to this property.
Homes nd 2 ac. can be purchased for $69K. MLS #08-241

3898 PEANUT ROAD, COTTONDALE, FL 2 bedrooms, 2 bath home
located on 2 ac has new roof, new insulation and siding, new 50 gal, water
heater, central H/A approx 6 years old. Huge shed with elec & water.
Priced to sell at S62K. An additional 28 acres can be purchased for the
low price of S69K. MLS 1 08-240. '

4560 Hwy. 71, Greenwood Beautiful 3/2 home on over 1 ac, with
3,777 SF,. under roof, top of the line skylind with upgraded Insulation,
windows, m abe window lls, gas fireplace, stereo system with sur
round sounelarge kitcen that has 32 cabinets, 20x28 workshop with
a/c, 40x36 pole barn with concrete flooring, 20x16 shed, 4 car
attached carport w/ceiing fans. 10x20 screened porch. Home is a
must see' MLS0!8-1106 $164,0000

GRAY OAK WAY, MARIANNA, FL Beautiful new construction 3/2 home
built in Greenfield Subdivision. Homes siting on one of the largest cor.
ner lots (1 aq). Home is.complete & ready to move in. Upgraded every-
thing..Call today & make your appoinentmen Asking price on this executive
home is only.S274.900 & owners are motivated so come & bring on the
offers' MLS 08-184

Hwy 73 N. Marlanna, FL Prime piece of property with a total of 468
acres. Located only 3 miles north of Marianna & only 15 miles from the
site of the nesp proposed Country Crossings, with approx. 1/2 mile high-
way.frontagerThis property would be any developers dream considering
the new Country Crossings tll employee'over 4000 people that are
going to need somewhere to live. CALL FOR DETAILS! MIS 08-852

irA.: f 1 'inVMAN MILL J A t L ra aAA -..

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Very nice 3/2 located on approx 1.35 acres, One car carport and a shed out
back. Pool liner was replaced within the paqt 2 years as wells a new motor
in the pool pump, pew air conditioner 1 T2 years ago and new flooring
throughout the home. Appliances are all new wth flat top stove, side by side
refrigerator an new dish er approx. 2 yearS ago. Owner is motivated,
bring all offers: MLS#0B-1378 147,500

2468 M -.- A I C

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UWOODUUU UDRIVE in beautitiul UNorth Oaks
S/D. Very spacious with 4 bedrooms, large;
living room.with vaulted ceilings and sky-.
lights, den, pool. Call us today!! $259,900,
pT-TM j m.. Hr T" *',

2933 GREEN ST. HISTORIC, true victorian
home has been authentically restored: Features
of this home include 3 marble fireplaces, 13!
ceilings, heart pine floors & Mohawk laminated
wood flooring, crown molding thorughout, orig-
inal bead-board wainscoting in DR, custom
drapes & plantation shutters. $299,900

being on vacation every day! Beautiful
home, beautiful lake, great
workshop/barn, and it's on 4 abres!! See
this one! $359,000

3069 61" STREET 4 bedroom home with
split level design near Jackson Hospital
and Chipola College. Large family room
with fireplace, formal LR and formal DR..
1.2 acre corner lot. $196,500

4,342 MWivsjuuOun- 2 Siuiv sail truss~e Wcon,,5
1ui~~uii 2 u5in s nuale-a ciri 3-s~acie iurow
io[ nepn i~nil:,i3 FColipt i~iai HTT Cilalily spdalk]
Gorgeousx POOL! 354,00 .D

5454 10th STREET, Malone. Pristeen home in immaculate
condition. Over 1800 square feet of living area, ponderosa
pine paneling in den and Master Bedroom. 100' x 190' lot
with lare oak trees. $129,900.

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S2arHome or46sacresrFrontsw moare C ass an -10OwNRC Prlsilne nome in A-I condition. Great neignnor-
FINANCINGI;*MLS08-1627 S54,900 hood near new Marianna High School. $169,900-

* 3/2 Home located In CLH's 16x17 covered porch Current survey,
appraised at ;99K OWNER MOTIVATED MLS# 08-1626 574,900

S. 2679 CHOCTAW TRAIL Indian Springs. POOL!
Spacious brick home on wooded, acre lot. Very
759tHW90'GRANDRIDGE,L well built and energy efficient! Call us! $289,900
S1.07 acre lot. Corner of Hwy90 & Morgan Loop* High & dry, 396' on
Hwy 90 ER FINANINNGI* MLS# 08-1628 S39,000

*Lot 3 & 6 are available for S14K each Close to town just off Hwy 71S
* Great lots fir landlrome package MLS# 08-1629 $14,000 COMPASS LAKE 394 LAKEPOINT DRIVEThis home Is
"-".. situated on PRIME location of the lake!! It is an
"' -.- absolute 'must see!' 'Ask for Gina. $495,000

SLot 9 in Hll-Dale Estates Located just off Pebble Hill Rd.
- OWNER FINANCING! MLS# 08-1630 $6,00u

4939 ANDERSON RD, Greenwood. Located just
2891 LAWRENCEVILLERD,COTTONDALE, FL north of Greenwood off Hwy. 71. Nice brick
*2.3 acres located on cornerof Lawrencevlle & Moore Rd. Could home, acre lot, barn, lots of fruit trees.
be sphl for 2 home sites MLS# 08-185 s41,000

S2.992 SF under ro -32 with 3 car garage In-ground pool, fencod
in back yardScreenedinback porch OWNERFINANCING

4507 PUTNAM ST Take a look you'll be
pleasantly surprised!! Horle in great con-
dition plus large corner lot, shop and a
2022 LINCOLN AVE, GRAND RIDGE, FL large wooden deck. $169,900
S1,537 SF under oof 3/1 cute homehome in city limits large yard,


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(850) 573-1127
4257 W. Lafayette, Marianna, Florida 32446
(850) 526-5260-office (850) 526-5264-fax
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5BR/3.5BA home on 2 ac in Blountstown.
inground pool & covered patio with privacy
fence. Open kitchen with island, family room
and separate living room. This is a must see.
#07-2515 $325.000 CALL BRIDGETT

Affordable New Home in Marianna! This
3/2 Wv/ 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 CALL

DREAM HOME #08-206 $10,000

Comes with all the amenities of compass Lake
ic, Che Hilhl ic.r, includingg Tcrni.i
C,-un Swam-,,r,. Pc...- H.:.-_e Si~ble B.:',j
Reril .arad ,r .rc #O8-224 -

Nice Triplewide on 5 acre on Hwy 167.
Fireplace in den, large kitchen with island,
master bedroom has a sitting room that could
be nursery, office, ect. 13 miles from interstate
and family doller distribution warehouse.

Great Location, open floor plan and split
bedrooms. This 4/2 has new carpet, tile, light
fixtures, 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 doorsleading to new 10x12 deck and
8x13 workshop. Also has new metal, roof.
#08-399 $144,900 CALL LISA

owBl, iJ7171

3/Z Home built in 2007. Has vaulted living
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-flooring. #08-400
e ..4 3-90-CALIAA

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

on approximately Vi acre, Fenced yard 'or animals.
About 9 miles east of Marianna'in Minton
Subdivision. Living room &4 dining room all one
room. Great place f6r first time buyers. Guest bath
has sky light. The home has a split floor plan.
#08-503 $67,900 CALL. LISA

I I \\ Iu i I 11,*Fl.- 3'I n4.\I I, r 1' 4>'I
Nice 3/1.5 Brick Home in dse country. Nice big
yard with detached carpxnt and ham in the back
yard. Beautiful property. Great house for a first time
buyer. Living mroom and kitchen open floor plan.
Screened front porch. Extra room coull be used as
bedroom, lden. ollice, etc. #08-960 CALL LISA

Ford '01 Windstar Sel.
Van. Green, Auto. 6-cyl.
2 WD. 98,500, great con-
dition. Loaded, $5,700.

FORD 02 Van
Econoline, red, hyd
wheelchair lift,
auto,AC,PB, PS, CD,
AM/FM, 87,818 mi,
Gr cond. $10,500.

GMC '02 Savana work
van. w/Bins & Ladder
rack. $7,500. OBO 334-
GMC '98 Safari Van,
7pas, V6, AT, AC, Rear
Air, Very clean, Exe- .
cond.7 118K mi. $3,500.

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Cindy Willis Steve Hurst Dawn Sullivant
Broker/Owner Realtor Realtor
850-573-1543 850-209-2157
"Building Success One
Client at a Time"
P.O. Box 190, Greenwood, FL 32443
Office: 850-594-7806
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Y Master with oft area #08-627

BUNK HOUSE 3776 +/- sq.ft. 3 bedrooms & 3.5 baths* Huge
kitchen, skylines & glass across back of home11
BEAUTIFUL 16 acre horse farm with WATERFRONT on Merrits Millpond Dock, boat-
1680 so ft., 2/2 stucco /stone home house -#08-1177
with an unfinished, 1340 sq ft. master McPherson,
bedroom addition, making a total of Alford
3000 sQft. under roof. One bedroom a a in
3796 GALILLEE RD, GRACEVILLE. Picturesque / I bath bunk house. 4 Stall horse barn Ai.. n ,i w i re ,, Ibr r ri.e -2. 8-
Horse farm on 31 secluded acres. This Turn-key with tack room. 2 Stall horse barn, acres 38R/28 3 outbuildln*#071982
farm has a great 3 bedroom 3 bath brick home with | W -T .l9t h I i
2896 under roof. The horse barn has 10 stalls all stocked fish pond, fenced & cross
with automatic horse waterer's 2X6 pressure treat- fenced, RV pole, barn and more. l
ed stall construction, double roll up doors -w- 3124
baked on metal exterior. 24X36 feed/tack barn, $479,900 #08-940 312
concrete floors, tack-up area, concrete wash rack, Fourth St.,
a di onawi l., MLS e08 892 s 445 000
LoARud p.w i. ....r2.e r 1, -q n rs 3 s fetnac..-p-.s
baths Master bedroom on main floor-* Kitchen w/center
island Formal lining & dining room 4 108-1203


Buy on a turn-key dairy farm. Updated double 10 2"".":qny,,1U R :'RDF c.'T,
milking parlor with two milk tanks (1500 ga total). floors Granite countertops & stainless steel appliances 1.60
Brand new (348x40) free stall barn for 199 cow acres- Adjoining 1.80 acres & barn available #08-1156
capacity with feed alley. New 96x50 Storage barn. 167
Up to date equip plan. The brick home is a 4 bed-CR-177A
room 2/h bath home with great large rooms. The r
house is tastefully landscaped with a wonderful ,Bonlay
variety of fruit trees. MLS#08-1268 $525,000. lIIl. ..3p.jn Golf -., -
North Oaks Spacious brick 3/2 home w/garage & .:. I, 'l ,,,. . a
screened porch. All BRs have walk-in dosets. Large wl1otsofwidlifenonprop.3BRf28w/newhardwood&carpetBluornng
master bedroom has separate entrance. Landscaped I Kitchen & dining area shareia double sided gas log irenplace *#uo1161
acre lot. #08-541. $175,000 4532 Red
b I.v. .. 7 hll r_ -- .~ Ma..r Oakrarlannalco,
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576+ FORT RD, GREENWOOD OAK PARK onumain floor.Ingroundpoolw/outsldeshower& & iath*Formallvnga
MOBILE HOME PARK. Tired of low interest on your & dini ruroom* kitchen wacenrer f hland # 812- 4
money? Great investment/income producing prop- F i'ALL iT i
erty. Excellent rental history.Includes 7 owned .LSI
mobile homes, three rented Spaces and room for BRING OFFERS
two additional mobile homes. MLS 08-329 ,-.. i l,
$250,000. LYNN HAVEN! Old Building of little value on the 3 2119 Aaron Ave.
lots. Zoned low density residential.with permission for ArndRge
Minor5/D. and a sutv5 you can split property into.2 ,
lots, for 2 homes. Comer lot, large shade trees in a nice W
neighborhood in Lynn Haven. #08-1059 $125,000 3 bedrooms & 2 baths *9 ceilings. Deluxe kitchen Formal dining
room Garden tub in master suite18'x9 front porch *#07-1418

2618 3 or 4 bedrooms' family room, formals &
florida room* heated inground pool 1.04 ac Located
across from Indian Springs Golf* #08-727
Spacious family home W/split bedroom design. 2960 Chase Way,
Needs TLC. New wood laminate flooring, fire- Marlanna
FEATURED HOM E place and central unit. Interior needs painting,
DEERWOOD DRIVE, MALONE some baseboards replaced, some floor covering *1stinJacksonCo.CrioedtEnergyStarHome.2743sqft
Bring the Family!! 3/2 brick home on 5 replaced and kitchen updated. Owner will do Addonal acreageavala le.4bedroms&3ms BthCentrlVacuum
acres with room to grow, 2004 sq.ft. h/c & repairs, subject to offer. MLS #:08-1214 $82,000 System TanktmssGasfhteriealr-GraniteCo oDerps.#08-29.
3262 sq. ft. under roof. This great home I I- 862Dogood
features a large screened in back porchs482 Dgwd Or
(1 7x12) for relaxing and (17x15) bonus Marianna
family room. The cheerful country kitchen- "
w-center island and large pantry opens into 1octh bo e b n 2i0 arl
the formal dining room with a bay window.- 1350 +/- sq.ft. 3 bedrooms &1.5 baths b 1.20 +/- ache lot
The huge living room has a cozy wood fence back yard Owner financing available* #08-742
burningfireplace. Great for entertaining,
t here is a large i n ground pool & BBQ area. Beautiful 3+ acre lot has oak trees and cleared for build- R :4 *1113
ed and could be converted to a nice horse ing. Frontage on a pond in SW corner of lot. Lot located
barn Or apartment. $185,000 in vicinity of Silver Lake. All the amenities of Compass Ae., and
Lake Hills- horseback riding, swimming. boating, fish- E Rge
ing, rental of cottages, campsites & lodge on McCormick
Lake, etc. 07-3070 ONLY $20,000 MAKE OFFERI a w1A r.u T
Great starter or rental property- Priced to sell
f #08-1650 .
.- 709 Blue Jay

5050 FORD RD, GREENWOOD, FL What a .l7
wonderful country home on.' 4.32
acres.Exceptionally) nice 4/2 roomy double wide TEN ACRESI-lmmaculate D.W. has split BR 3 bedrooms & 2 baths -1745 sq.ft. Pole barn
with many extras. Starting with the kitchen,great design. Master bath W/garden tub. shower & 2 & outbuilding Master suite w/walk In closet*
center island, high quality oak cabinets, built in sinks. All BRS have walk-in closets. Large Family room w/gas log fireplace MLS#08-1580
oven and gas counter top range.There is a large kitchen W/panty. Security system. Wood bu-
living room, den'with a cozy fireplace, & huge kitchen W/pantty. Securitysystem. Wood b
master suite. The mini farm (with pasture) has a ing. FP. RV hook-up. Storage bldg. Storm win-Wop
24X24 shed, a 24x24 work shop anda 18x42 dowvs. Vaulted ceilings. Back half of property is Way, Vl
covered area for autos. $128,000 wooded. "Owner Ready To Movel #08-1035
*$99,900. 2167 sq.ft. 3 bedrooms -2 baths 2 car garage Home
over looks Indian Springs golf course #07-1620

4874 HIGHWAY71, GREENWOOD. Great homein ,Farmi room wfirepice*-2cugaragel&** 08-185
the country with huge live oak trees in the yard. MARIANNA 5 Acres. Countymaintained rogd on North side II
Nice 3/2 Brick home in beautiful setting. Nice rear of property and a private road on East side. Wet weather area
year bar-b-cuing area. Price reflects new on SE side, possible pond site. MH ok. #07-1692 $32,.500.
carpet/flooring, new paint and stove. $141,000. 4511l IN l I

-1624 sq.ft, vinyl sided home 38R/213A Updated through-
out! Kitchen w/copper back splash, laminate wood flooring
812 HIGHWAY 71, MARIANNA, FL Ouaint home 3004 Chase
in the country on a beautiful 1.34 acres. Don't let HANDY MAN SPECIAL BEING SOLD "AS IS". GreatlWay,
the age fool you, this home has been updated location South of Bonifay. beautiful property. Well andMarianna
new central h/c, new roof, nice kitchen, new septic on property. do not know condition. House has
plumbing, freshly painted and wonderful front den that could be used as second bedroom. New bath-
screened in porch. This place has a large6237+/-sq.ft.EXECUTIVEhomeinSpringChase
shop/barn, 1860 sq ft of covered areas with a room fixtures and some building supplies are in the 3 BR/3 full baths & (2)1 baths* 3 car garage-3 central
24X1 1 enclosed workshop with electrical and house. OWNER ANXIOUS. #08 945 $49,000 unit w/3 zones Home theater room #08-1362
water. The property is exceptionally nice."1PMR i

-* Lots in Compass Lake in the Hills Subdivision
beginning at $15,000
Sunny Hill is a restricted subdivision North of -1936 sq.ft. home 3 bedrooms & 2 baths Hardwood
Panama City and the beaches. In area of new floors Above ground pool Nice cabinets in kitchen
Bay County Airport. A-2964 #08-1101 $18,000 3623 Greenfield

a beautiful country setting. 26 plus acres of relating near Chocawhatchee River. Lot has
rolling grassy fields, with Hertitage oaks dotting water & septic. #07-2162 $10,000.
the countryside. Great views and terrific building Grand Ridge- 15 Acres on Hwy. 69 .2126sq.t.newconstructionhome.3BR/28-garagewfinsulated
restricted to 1800 sq/ft h/c Owner/agent. Owner S h eptic tank and city water. #A-2972 tile flooingBaths w/cultuied murhlecnulertope-108-1103

Tim & Patsy
Broker Owner/Realtor

(850) 209-3595
Call Us For All Your Real Estate Needs
4257 W. Lafayette
Marianna, Florida 32446

ly in peanuts. Please view photos. North
Jackson County Farm come with deeded 40 ft.
easement. Priced to sell quick @ $125,000!
Bring all Offers! MLS# 08-1603
M .w w .

Tim & Patsy
Broker Owner/Realtor

(850) 209-3595
Call Us For All Your Real Estate Needs
4257 W. Lafayette
Marianna, Florida 32446






TRY. Nice big yard with detached carport and
barn in the'bac1$ yard. Beautiful property. Great
house for first time buyer. Living room & kitchen
open floor plan. Screened front porch. Extra
room could be used as bedroom, den, office, etc.
One acre. ONLY $99,900! MLS# 08-960


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

PRIVATE 55 ACRE FARM. Bring your cattle
or horses. 40 acres of pasture. 3 acre spring fed
pond. Property has Catawba tree-- great for
fishing. Nice 3/1.5 home with new garage.
Beautiful large oaks, fig, pecan, lemon trees.
ALL FOR ONLY $298.900 MLS# 08-1513

SALE! Edgewood II, an established apartment
complex near Marianna, consisting of 16 fur-
nished units, laundry room for tenants, 2 wells,
and lots of Highway 90 frontage is currently
available for purchase. Also.. included in the
purchase is a 1.88 acre commercial comer lot
across from Dar-Bee's convenience store.
$695,000 MLS# 08-799

50-ACRE MINI FARM w/2 years new 3200
sq.ft. bedroom 2.5 Baths, Designer Finishes,
Gourmet Kitchen w/SS Appliances, Study,
llxll.3 Master Closet, 2 Car Garage. Under
Roof SF 4,472. Rocking Chair Front Porch
w/view of majestic drive, Screened Porch with
Deck Overlooking cleared 20 Acre w/stocked
fishpond and 20x30 Metal barn w/l bdrm
apartment. $899,000 MLS# 08-502

UNPACK & MOVE IN! \er) clean 32 DW
on nice lot on Ashleigh Avenue, Grand Ridge.
New carpet, new vinyl.Big front & back deck.
All electric. On a deed restricted lot. Separate
living room, separate den w/fireplace. Bring all
offers! Seller will give a 3 day cruise for 2 upon
the purchase of this property! ALL THIS FOR
ONLY $79,900! MLS# 08-1335

AX &i- Ut'l I ivt E hs/v r. 5 sits/ ,J iJ Ua n ull a UC
shady lot on a paved street in Chattachoochee.
Comes with beautiful hardwood, tile floors, fire-
place, separate dining room. this house is neat &
clean and shows extremely well. Call for an
appointment today! $89,000 MLS# 08-1358


*5 Acres on Hwy 2-- Malone area.
07-2767 $39,995
1 Lot on McCormick Lake.
Waterfront (pretty). $74,900
20 Acres on Hwy 90 East of Grand
Ridge. 1/2 Commercial & 1/2
Residential. 08-1442 $215,000
150 Acres near Cottondale on I-10 &
Obert Road. $599,250
Nice waterfront lot on McCormick
Lake, power, well $99,000



2000+ SF of office space. Great
location for physician's office,
dental clinic or attorney's office.
Zoned Mixed Use. Large con-
crete parking area-- front &
back. Could be divided into
multiple offices. Call Today!

225 feet frontage with beautiful
lake view! 3/2 DW large
screened front porch w/large
side porch. Dock w/boat house.
Separate storage building
w/enclosed Utility room & boat
storage. Boat ramp.

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