Jackson County Floridan

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Jackson County Floridan
Sunday paper issued from <1979-1985> as:
Sunday Floridan
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Jackson County Floridan
Place of Publication:
Marianna, Fla
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
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Ethanol plan

brings hope to


The mayor of Campbellton, Fla., hopes a
new corn-based ethanol plant will add indus-
trial growth to the Jackson County town.
"This is just what we need," Mayor Aggie
Curry said. "This is our jump start."
Curry said she hoped people would move
to Campbellton to fill the 40 to 50 jobs with
East Coast Ethanol, whose company officials
announced the plant's arrival Tuesday at the
town's community center. Construction of the
plant is expected to start at its near 300-acre
location off Florida Highway 2 in spring
2009, with operation to begin sometime in
The announcement of the plant left one
Jackson County resident with concerns about.
its impact on the community.
Richard Bibby, whose land is adjacent to
some of the plant's property, said the
announcement, left him concerned whether
the town's volunteer fire department could

handle an emergency at the plant if something
happened. Bibby serves as one of about a
dozen fire fighters for the town.
"I'm keeping an openly optimistic mind
about it," Bibby said. "I moved out here
because it was quiet. I would rather wake up
to the sound of my neighbors cows than the
sound of trains bringing in corn."
Randy Hudson, the company's chief execu-
tive officer,' talked about how the plant's
ethanol would help amid a nationwide energy
"We have dedicated our lives to crude oil.
We have to look at other areas of energy pro-
duction," Hudson said. "Our platform begins
with corn. That is the transitional energy
we're all looking for and that's grain alcohol."
Plant officials said much of the corn would
be shipped at least 2,000 miles into the plant
using rail cars, which will be redirected to
make a stop near the plant. Lee Hatch, a
director with the company, said the company
will also buy corn from local farmers.
"We plan to be good neighbors, and we
plan to give back to the community," Hatch

Jackson County
Commissioners quickly snapped
up an offer of free labor
Tuesday when a contractor
offered to take something other
than money as pay for his work.
Contractor Mark Freeman,
Freeman's Metals, said he'd
demolish the old Sykes call cen-
ter in exchange for the right to
take all the material for,salvage.
Commissioners agreed to the
deal, on the condition that he
present all the personal and
business documentation called
for in the request for bids. He
has five days to produce all the
Freeman and 16 other con-
tractors responded to the coun-
ty's request for bids, and their
proposals were opened on Oct.
The next lowest bidder was.
Harry's Haul/Randy Larson,
who offered to take $30,630 off
his demolition bid of $49,560 in
exchange for the salvage materi-
al. That made his ultimate bid
$18,930, far below the third-
lowest offer.
But with a price of zero dol-
lars offered by' Freeman, the

Leon Hatch, director of East Coast Ethanol,
talks with Dorothy Davis about the planned
site of the company's Campbellton plant. -
Mark Skinner / Floridan
The plant will produce 110 million gallons
of ethanol a year. Hudson said each bushel of
'corn makes 2.8 gallons of ethanol. The com-
pany also plans to build ethanol plants in
Georgia, North Carolina and South Carolina.
The plants will have a combined production
of 440 million gallons of ethanol a year, mak-
ing it the sixth largest ethanol producer in the
U.S, according to a statement released by the.
company. ...
Hudson said 30 percent of the processed
product will also produce a dried grain, which
will be sold as livestock feed.
Hudson said most gas stations'across the

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Mark Freeman talks about his proposal to demolish the old Sykes call center. Deborah Buckhalter
/ Floridan

vote to award him the job was
The highest bid came from
Earthmovers, who offered to

take $25,000 off the base price The old Sykes property needs
of $162,910 for a total final bid to be cleared to make way for a
$137,910 if the county would let new Jackson County Public
him have the salvage. Health Department building.

Mary Ann Young

Local woman

missing since

last Friday
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A Jackkon CounrN woman
with a history of mental ill-
ness is missing, and authon-
Lies are hoping someone may
know where she may :have
Foul play is not suspected
in the disappearance of 30-
year-old Mary Ann Young,.
according to authorities, but'
her family members are con-
cerned about her welfare.
Young \"as last seen
around noon on Frida\. Oct
10, when'she left home and
headed for her job at Lowe's
in Panama City. Her employ-
er called her family around 3
p.m. that da\ reporting that
she never armed for wsork.
She lih\e in the Sil\er Lake
community just inside the
Jackson County line. She is
described as having short
black hair and hazel eyes.
She %,.eighs about 130
pounds and is 5-feet. '-inch-
es tall.
When last seen. she \'as
nearing blue jeans. a gray
See MISSING, Page 7A >

Flu shots

clinics on

Oct. 20-21

The Jackson County Health
Department will be providing a
flu shot clinic to be held Oct.
20 and 21, at the main facility
on the comer of Fourth Street
and Fifth Avenue in Marianna.
Flu shots are $35, and pneumo-
nia shots are $45.
Please call 526-2412 for an
Cash, check,' Visa,
Masteicard or Medicare Part B
will be accepted. Please bring
your Medicare Card with you.
Getting a flu shot not only
can protect the person receiv-
ing it., it can also help protect
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Commissioners compiling road-paving wish list

Jackson County Commissioners are T
looking to pave some dirt roads in 2009
and beyond. See .Thurs
On Tuesday they held a workshop of the Ja
about their road paving plans, that ses- of.ri n foJ
sion commencing just after the board Fan fo
wrapped up its-regular first-of-the- Commisson
month board meeting. C issio
For several years, the county has been Speed
using a one-penny local option sales tax Ploseda
to resurface and otherwise maintain pr l sed
existing paved roads. But on Tuesday p .psed
they said they were now prepared to pos- near Meen
sibly'devote two-thirds of that money to
new paving. The county receives about g county
$3 million a year through the tax. sion-
With no opposition voiced by fellow
commissioners, board chairman Chuck
Lockey suggested that the county earmark about $2 mil-
lion a year to pave roads.
After some discussion, they agreed on a way to select
the first roads to be considered for paving.




Each commissioner is to select one
i G candidate road in his district. County
'N G Engineer Larry Alvarez will then assess
SA the feasibility and prudence of paving
SD each, based on factors such as condition,
Sei usage rate and importance to the com-
ay's edition munity. The roads will then be ranked to
on County determine the order in which each would
more on be paved, based on his assessments.
County Connector roads, for instance, might be
meeting: ranked :higher than less critical road-
Iumps pro- ways.
nty road In some cases, commissioners may
rpanded for select portions of roads, rather than try-
subdivision to pave
sudivsio ing to pave them end-to-end, board
members indicated Tuesday.
on in ongo- Road decisions were still on the mind
rater exte- of District 5 Commissioner Milton
Pittman, who was defeated in his bid
for re-election and is finishing out the
last few days of his term.
He was worried about the fate of Sylvania Plantation
Road. In earlier action, before his loss at the polls, the
board had agreed to focus on four miles of the dirt road as
the next possible paving project to be funded from the tax.

Some preparatory work has already been completed:
Surveys have been done, right-of-way easements have
been obtained from adjacent property owners and the bid
process has been authorized.
But with Pittman on his way out, he wanted to know if
the remaining board members were still committed.
Some indicated they thought Sylvania Plantation
should be at the top of the paving list even though Pittman
is leaving, but no vote was taken on the matter.
Chuck Lockey said he, too, has already selected the
road he'd like to see paved in District 3 Bump Nose
That's the same road he chose in an earlier incarnation
of the county's potential road paving list. The list has
morphed more than once through the years, and may now
change again..
Commissioner Jeremy Branch, who just used a chunk
of his discretionary money to pave the most heavily-pop-
ulated section of Old Spanish Trail, said he was going to
have to review the potential roads in District 4 before
offering one up for the list.
District 2 Commissioner Ed Crutchfield did not indiL
cate which road he might nominate, and District 1
Commissioner Willie Spires had left before the discussion

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FAX: (850) 482-4478
Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 520, Marianna, FL 32447
Street Address:
4403 Constitution Lane
Marianna, FL 32446
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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 Lunch 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
Southeastern Community Blood Center's
mobile unit will be accepting blood dona-
tions 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 and 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.

October 16 Thursday
The. fifth annual Breast Cancer
Awareness Symposium at the Jackson
County Agriculture Center, 2741
Pennsylvania Ave., Marianna, starts with a.
salad supper from 5:30 to 6 p.m., followed
by a program from 6 to 8 p.m. Learn the lat-
est on breast cancer diagnosis and treat-
ment. Seating limited; register by calling
718-2661 or 718-2842.
Alcoholics Anonymous meets each
Thursday for a "closed discussion," 8 to 9
p.m., at the First United Methodist Church,
2901 Caledonia St., Marianna. 'Use rear
church entrance.. Attendance is limited to
persons with a desire to stop drinking.
The Jackson County School Board's reg-
ular meeting starts at 4 p.m., at the JCSB
office. No board workshop in October due to
fall break. ,
Lakisha Griffin of Big Bend AHEC
Tallahassee hosts diabetes classes covering
both prevention and control, Oct. 16, 23 and
30, at 10 a.m., in the Jackson County Senior
Citizens center, 2931 Optimist Dr., Marianna.
Southeastern Community Blood Center's
mobileunit will be accepting blooddona-
tions at Wakulla Bank, Blountstown. Call
The regular meeting of the Jackson
County Library Board is at the Marianna
branch on Green Street Thursday, at 3 p.m.

The Chipola College Cosmetology pro-
gram's open house is from 8 a.m. to noon.
The public is invited for&complimentary hand
massages, paraffin wax treatments, aro-
matherapy hand toweJs, refreshments and
door prizes. Call 718-2439.

October 17 Friday
Opportunity Florida offers Exporting
Workshops, to acquaint businesses, cities
and counties with opportunities offered in
the international market, Sept. 25 and Oct.
17, at the One Stop Career Center in
Marianna, from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. Location
may change, depending on responses.
Workshops are free; reservations requested.
Call Susan Estes at 718-0453.
Alcoholics Anonymous has an open
,meeting each Friday, 8 to 9 p.m., at the First
United Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia
St, Marianna. Use rear church entrance.
Southeastern Community Blood Center's
mobile unit will be accepting blood dona-
tions at Altha High School from 8 to 2
p.m. Call 526-4403.
Sneads High School observes Breast
Cancer Awareness Month with "Pirates Go
Pink for a Cure" night at the varsity football
game vs. Vernon High School, at Citizens
Field in Sneads. Kickoff is at 7 p.m. Fans
wearing pink get reduced gate admission.
Pink balloons to be released at halftime
available for purchase in memory or honor
of someone touched by breast cancer. There
will also be a pink cake raffle. Proceeds go to
the American Cancer Society for breast can-
cer research. Call Karen Hall or Rhianna
Dowling at 482-9004.

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

The Marianna Police Department listed the CORRECTIONAL FACILITY
following incidents for Oct. 13, the latest avail- The following persons were booked into
able report: One traffic accident, one suspicious the county jail during the latest available
incident, two highway obstructions, three dis-. reporting periods:
turbances, two burglary alarms, one larce- ..-- Harmon Perkins, 41, 4576 Dunaway
ny complaint, two trespassing complaints, -,- Road, Bascom, driving under the influ-
two animal complaints, two assists of,- ence (felony), driving under the influ-
other agencies, two public service calls,'jFDME ence with property damage and serious
one warrant served, and 15 traffic stops. bodily injury to another.
Morrell Bellamy, 18, 2906 Maple Lane,
JACKSON COUNTY Marianna, possession of marijuana (less than
SHERIFF'S OFFICE 20 grams), no driver's license.
The Jackson.County Sheriff's Office listed Brandon Henderson, 19, 4075 Edgewood
the following incidents for Oct.13, the latest Drive, Marianna, criminal mischief over $1,000.
available report: Five abandoned vehicles, three Foster Myers, 31, 4162 Myles St.,
alarms, two burglaries, four child abuse com- Marianna, violation of conditional release.
plaints, three civil disputes, one Crimestoppers Edric Smith, 24, 6025 Blue Springs Road,
report, two- criminal mischief complaints, one Greenwood, violation of state probation.

dasiurdance, one drug investigation, one tor-
gery/fraud complaint, one illegally parked vehi-
cle, two larceny complaints, three escorts, one
public service call, one sex offense, two stolen
vehicles, two suspicious incidents, three threats,
two traffic stops, one transport,four warrant
arrests, one lost/stolen tag.

To report a crime, call CrimeStoppers at
To report a wildlife violation, call 1-888-
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RIVER READINGS Reading Flood Stage
Woodruff 40.65 ft. 66.0 ft.
Blountstown 2.30 ft. 15.0 ft.
Marianna 5.96 ft. 19.0 ft.
Caryville 2.71 ft. 12.0 ft.

Community Calendar

Getting it Right!

A list of dilapidated houses which ran in last Friday's
edition of the Floridan contained an error for which the
city of Marianna has taken responsibility. The city
expressed apologies to William F and Tambra M. Hicks,
the owners of the structure at 4097 Edgewood Drive.
That property was on the list but is not dilapidated. A
city staff member said the property likely got on the list
by mistake because it was being used as a marker to
identify the actual dilapidated property across the street,
which did not have a visible address. The parcel that
should have been listed belongs to Milton Insurance
Company and is numbered 05-4N-10-0184-00AO-0250.

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


Jackson County Floridan Wednesday, October 15, 2008 3A

Chipola College offers free tuition

for four-year nursing degree


Chipola College is offering free tuition to the first 20
Registered Nurses admitted to the college's new
Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing.
Known in health profession as the RN to BSN, the
program is open to Registered Nurses (RN) with licen-
sure in Florida, Alabama, or Georgia.
The Beall Tuition Scholarship Fund in the Chipola
Foundation is guaranteeing free tuition to the first 20
RN's admitted at the junior level for the Spring semes-
ter which begins in January. The Beall Fund pays for
tuition, but does not cover the cost of textbooks.
Applicants must be licensed RN's, with an AA
degree and have completed all prerequisites before
being admitted. Applicants must apply for federal
financial aid by completing the FAFSA at www.chipo- or by visiting Chipola's

Financial Aid Office. The process takes a few weeks.
RN to BSN classes are offered in the evening and
online. Application deadline for the Spring 2009
semester is Dec. 3.
Chipola's BSN curriculum also has an emphasis in
community health that is not included in the Associate
Degree Nursing program of study. Graduates of
Chipola's Associate Degree Nursing (ADN) program
have an advantage over graduates of other programs.
Chipola graduates must complete only 30 upper-level
semester hours to earn the BSN degree.
Admission requirements to the BSN program
include: RN licensure in the state of Florida, Alabama,
or Georgia; an AA degree from a Florida public insti-
tution; a cumulative grade point average of 2.5; and
completion of all prerequisite courses.
For information about Chipola's RN to BSN pro-
gram, call Dr. Kitty Myers at 718-2260.

Former nursing students Marie Spivey, right, of Bascom
checks the blood pressure of Precious Dixon as nursing
instructor Kathy Wheeler looks on. Chipola College is
now offering free tuition to the first 20 Registered
Nurses admitted to the college's new Bachelor of
Science degree in Nursing. Contributed photo

New Chipola Healthy Start committee to focus on babies' health

A committee to address the issue of fetal
and infant deaths and low birth weight
babies in the five-county area-Calhoun,
Holmes, Liberty, Jackson and
Washington-is being formed by Chipola
Healthy Start. These five counties have
some of the highest rates of infant deaths
and low birth weight babies in the state.
A state program administered by

Chipola Healthy Start, the Fetal and Infant
Mortality Review program, gathers infor-
mation on fetal .deaths, infant deaths and
low birth weight babies (below four'
pounds) from health care providers, hospi-
'tals, vital statistics and social agencies.
After the information has been deidenti-
fled, it is presented to a Review team con-
sisting of OB/GYNs, pediatricians, social
workers, nutritionist and representatives of
the five county Health Departments. This

team makes observations and recommen-
dations on ways treatment and/or educa-
tion during the pregnancy period could
have made a difference in the outcome of
the pregnancy.
This committee, the Community Action
Group (CAG), is being formed to imple-
ment the observations and recommenda-
tions of the review team by education and
public events focusing on this problem.
The group will meet quarterly, on the

fourth Thursday of each month, at 11:30
a.m., 'at the Pizza Hut on Highway 71 in
Anyone interested in the welfare and
health of the babies in the above five-
county area is invited to be a part of this
Please call Annie Kohn at 482-1236, if
you are interested in being a part of this
committee, or if you have any questions
concerning the function of the committee.

Scouts show their new bike helmets. From left: Austin Livingston, Ryan Mathis, Dorothy Chaney,
Hunter Hutton, Calen Sims, Morgan Johnson, Pat Fur and Michael Howard. Contributed photo

Scouts focus on bike safety

30th annual Sunland Fall

Festival set for Oct. 25

SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN ward to this event each year and joining
together with their family and friends, for-
The 30th Annual Sunland Fall Festival mer residents, volunteers and the general
will be held Saturday, Oct. 25. The festival public for a day of fun, shopping, food and
will be held at the Environmental Park, at entertainment, according to a Sunland
Sunland Marianna. The activities .will Center press release.
begin' with the parade at 9 a.m., and the For general information concerning the
day will conclude around 3 p.m.: Fall Festival, or to reserve booths for crafts
Sunland Center reports that the Fall or food concessions, contact Dawn Glover
Festival continues to be one of the facili- at 482-9373; for entertainment, call Ruthie
ty's most rewarding and prosperous Moore or Russell Register at 482-9371;
events. and for parade information, Karen
The residents and employees look for- Henrickson at 482-9386.

The Bear Scouts of Pack
170 met at Citizens Lodge
Park to learn Bike Safety.
Pat Furr, Lt. Gov. of the
Northwest Region of Florida
District Pilot International,
and Dorothy Chaney, past
President of the Marianna
Pilot Club, talked with the
Bear Scouts about the impor-
tance of wearing bicycle hel-
mets when cycling to. help
prevent brain injuries.
Pilot International focuses
on community awareness of
brain-related disorders and
prevention of brain injuries.

Furr and Chaney assessed
each Scout for the proper
size bicycle helmet, and the
Pilot Club of Marianna
donated a new bike helmet
for each Scout.
Assistant Cubmaster Stevd
Hutton also identified the
parts of bikes and explained
how to keep cycles in good
shape. The Scouts also
learned the rules for bike
They suited up with their
new helmets and rode a
winding 60-foot course to
show their bicycling skills
and then embarked on a mile
ride without rest.

I '-=lk .

Morgan Johnson practices his
bicycling skills. Contributed

Bridge Club results

The Marianna Duplicate Bridge Club plays bridge on
Monday afternoons, in the St. Luke's Episcopal Church
Parish Hall. For the week of Oct. 13, the winners were
-as follows:
First place Sora Lewis of Dothan, Ala., and Ida
Deal Knowles of Headland, Ala.
Second place Lois Stanwaity of Newton, Ala.,
and Armin Kunkler of Bonifay.
Third place Amy Lou Rhyne and Jane Sangaree,
both of Marianna.
Fourth place Douglas Parker of Marianna, and
Kurt Opferman of Dellwood.
Fifth place -- Jan Snyder and Betty Lunsford, both
of Graceville.

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Covenant Hospice offers

training for new volunteers

Covenant .Hospice is seeking individuals who- are
interested in making a difference in the lives of patients
and families facing end-of-life issues and in supporting
the organization. A volunteer workshop will be held
from 1 to 3 p.m., on Tuesday, Oct. 28, at the Marianna
Covenant Hospice branch office, located at 4440
Lafayette St., Suite C. The workshop is free and open
to the public. Food and drinks will be provided.
Patient and Family Support Volunteer Training will
provide an overview of hospice care, including
Covenant's programs and services and the special roles
that volunteers fill. This training prepares individuals
to volunteer in a variety of ways. Volunteer choices
include visiting and companionship for patients, sup-
porting family members by offering emotional support
and practical help, assisting with fundraising events,
providing administrative support in a Covenant office,
serving as an outreach Ambassador andcmuch more.
No special background or experience is required to
volunteer, just a desire to make a difference. Time
commitment is flexible and based on volunteer avail-
ability. Retired and working professionals are also,
needed to share their expertise and experience with
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Writer shares her
e-mail to school

Dear Editor Please see my
e-mail below to School
Superintendent Danny Sims
regarding the recent incident
involving teacher Greg'
Howard's racially offensive
actions. If appropriate, please
print this as a letter to the edi-
tor in the Floridan.
Thank you,
Glenda Neel Pender

Mr. Sims,
I am writing to .you as a
Jackson County native (born in
Jackson Hospital in 1944)
regarding the shockingly inap-
propriate behavior of Greg
Howard wherein he talked in
his classroom about
"CHANGE" in relation to the
campaign of Barack Obama.
His hateful, racist agendathat
led him to present this to his
students is offensive to all who
care about decency in our soci-
I understand you have taken
certain actions against Mr.
'Howard, but feel that nothing
short of dismissal is enough to
ensure that he doesn't continue
to find ways to expose students
to his prejudicial and divisive
I .hope that Jackson
County's School Board will
consider this matter in its
meeting on October 16 and
will choose to rise above this,
by doing the right thing and
showing the country that it
doesn't condone this kind of
behavior and thinking.

Glenda Neel Pender
Dahlonega, GA

Letter addresses
racial issues

Note: This letter references a
headline on page. 1A of the
Oct. 14 edition of the Jackson
County Floridan ("Another
teacher accused of racial
Dear editor,

After reading today's head-
line in the Floridan, I find it
impossible to remain silent on
the issue of racial slurs that
have been hurled at the chil-
dren of Jackson County.
The State Board of
Education Rule 6B-1.006,
FAC, The Principals of
Professional Conduct of the
Education Profession in

Florida clearly; states that the
Obligation to the Student
requires that the individual:
Shall not intentionally expose
a student' to unnecessary
embarrassment or disparage-
State Board of Education
Rule 6-B1.001, FAC, The Code
* Of Ethics Of The Education
Profession In Florida states
Also that The Educators pri-
Smary professional concern will
always be for the "student and
for the development of the stu-
dent's potential. The Educator
will.therefore always strive for
professional growth and will
seek to exercise the best pro-
fessional judgment and integri-
I ask the Teachers and
Administrators where is the
Professional Judgment or
Integrity? Why are, these peo-
ple, (Mr. Howard, Mr. Green)
or anyone else that uses poor
judgment allowed to continue
to poison the minds. of the
youth of Jackson County? How
will we ever put the past (the
actions of Jim Crow) behind us
when we are constantly
reminded of it by our
Educators in inappropriate
In the days of segregation,
things were not equal, but there
was certainly respect. Young
people respected their teachers
and those teachers handled
issues or race with more tact
and diplomacy than what is
displayed today. ,
The Board needs to set an
example which will send a
message to every employee in
the system that this-type 'of
behavior will not be tolerated
in the Jackson School District.

C.A. Killings

Owner of stolen sign
addresses thief

Dear Editor:
This letter is directed at the
person who removed the
Obama sign I put up at the cor-
ner of Highway 90 East and
Indian Springs Road.
I placed it there Sunday, Oct.
5, at 10:30 a.m. You removed it
after dark Monday night. This
makes you not only a thief but
a coward.
We have enough signs to put
a new one there every day for
the next month or until you are
One thing is certain You
can't steal my vote, can you?

Ricky Moore

Retiree vents fear
about future

Dear Editor:

I am not an economist, just a,
76-year-old retiree, my wife
trying to live out our savings.
It looked pretty good for us
until recently, in fact before the
Democrats took over Congress
in 2006. Now with the finan-
cial collapse, we may even
have to go to work, probably as
a Wal-Mart greeter because of
no recent work experience,
unless something is done to
turn the crisis around.
Of course I do not know
what the solution is, but I do
know that the- people in
Congress are the last ones that
need to get involved. Congress
is exactly the cause of this cri-
sis as Henry Paulson (Treasury.
Secretary) said in his testimo-
ny to the Senate last week. For
years Congress has been press-
ing the financial institutions to
grant home loans to people that
more than likely they would
not be able to repay. So now
these same Congressmen have
voted on a $700 billion bail out
plan for these institutions to
buy these defaulted loans with
federal tax money (actually
borrowed money).
I I hear Congressman Frank
and Senator Dodd demanding
that Congress must have over-
sight of the bailout of these
institutions. I wonder where
the. oversight was during the
build-up to this crisis and who
thinks that it will be any better
in the future. Maybe it was
because.Senator Dodd is the
largest receiver of campaign
'contributions from Freddie and
Fannie. By the way; Senator
Obama's donations is the next
largest from these institutions.
This election year we should
replace all Congressmen who
supported this $700 billion
bailout, this includes my
Congressman Allan Boyd of
the 2nd District.

Glen E Leirer
Panama City Beach

Letter bashes bail-
out decision
Dear Editor:
Allen Boyd sided with
President Bush this week when
he voted for bailing out Bush's
Wall Street cronies. Our gov-
ernment officials are telling us
that anyone who stands in the
way of bailouts is ill-informed
and that their inaction will
drive us to economic ruin. I see
things differently, and fortu-
nately so does Mark Mulligan,
who is running against Allen

Boyd in this upcoming elec-
I believe there is a conspiracy
of greedy bankers and politi-
cians whose self-interest is
camouflaged as sophisticated
policy. They want us to believe
that they have the keys to our
salvation. I have seen no evi-
dence to confirm this, and I do
not trust them.
I have read the words of a
man who I do trust though,
Thomas Jefferson, "If the
American people ever' allow
private banks to control the
issue of their currency, first by
inflation, then by deflation, the
banks...will deprive the people
of all property until their chil-
dren wake-up homeless on the
continent their fathers con-
quered... The issuing power
should be taken from the banks
and restored to the people, to
whom it properly belongs."
SI suggest We the People start
electing representatives who
care more about us than they do
a select and very wealthy few. I
am throwing party registration
to the wayside this election
year,.and voting against the sta-
tus quo. Please join me and
send a message to Washington,
that we mater more than.these
gangsters masquerading as
banksters Vote Mark
Mulligan for Congress, 2nd
district of Florida.

In Liberty, Zak Carter

Writer thinks gun
rights at risk in
presidential race

Dear Editor:
The Supreme Court is at a
delicate balance between pro-
and anti-gun judges. This
year's narrow ruling concern-
ing Washington DC case is an
example. Anti-gun legislation
was narrowly overturned.
The Congress is a majority
Democratic. If we elect a
Democratic US president, I am
convinced we will see our
Second Amendment Right to
bear arms severely restricted or
even eliminated (read up on
George Soros and his United
Nations anti-gun plans).
To keep even a balance in
favor of those of us who hunt,
shoot, and protect ourselves,
we need to consider carefully
that voting for Obama means a
vote against our Second
Amendment Rights! Obama
and Biden have a history of
anti-gun legislation. They
won't get my vote.

Sharon Joyce
DeFuniak Springs.


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Eight months after announcing he
would move Country Crossing from
Coffee County to Houston County,
Ronnie Gilley will be moving dirt.
Ronnie Gilley Properties, through
its Nashville-based marketing firm,
announced Tuesday that the official
groundbreaking ceremony for
Country Crossing will take place
Monday, Oct. 27 at 1 p.m. at the new
site on Highway 231 South. The pub-
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Country music artists John
Anderson, Lorrie Morgan, George
Jones and Tracy Lawrence are sched-
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could begin construction soon. '
Gilley announced last week he had
purchased the land formerly
known as the Southern Farms proper-
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WHAT: Country Crossing

.WHEN: Oct. 27, 1 p.m.

WHERE: 9.5 miles south of
Ross Clark Circle on U.S.
Highway 231 South

WHO: John Anderson,
Lorrie Morgan, George
Jones, and Tracy Lawrence
slated to appear

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button-up shirt, and dark blue shoes. taking medication for the disorder number is
Authorities say she suffers from bi- about six months ago. Anyone
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Larry William Reimann

Larry William Reimann,
S- 67, of Fountain, passed
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ed Medical
-Center, after
a brief,
illness. He was
S born in Chicago, Ill.,, at
- Cook County Hospital, in
-- -' 1941.
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a- Gables High School in
Miami, in 1959. He came to
Bay County in March 1963.
- - and was stationed at
**- Tyndall Air Force Base
-- until 1967. He worked 32
years with the, Bell
Telephone System, retiring
Sin 1991 as an outside plant
a k I set facility technician.
He loved hunting, camp-
of the Houston County ing, golf, farming, fishing,
on that he intended to move photography, serving his
pment from Coffee County community,. his large-
n County, and include an extended family and visit-
bingo center as part of the ing with his many friends.
ent. Other attractions He was a member and past
ie restaurants, a hotel, RV post commander of the
hitheater, retail center, fam- Amvets Post 231. He was a
inment complex and other 32nd Degree Master Mason
3. with the Red Level Lodge
urviving legislative chal- No. 134 and Scottish Rite
Houston County's revised Valley of Panama City. He
ulations, Gilley originally was a member and past
to preliminary agreements' president of the Jackson
ral landowners to purchase County Cattleman's
n 700 acres near U.S. Association. He was a
231 south and State member of the 77 Hunt
109, but Gilley said archeo- Club and a past member of
dies threatened to prolong the Bay County
:t and he feared investors Sportsman's Club. He was
ie on to other ventures. a member of the AT&T
then Gilley decided to pur- Pioneers, the American
ut 400 acres of land further Legion, the Marianna Elks
U.S. Highway 231, just Lodge No. 1516, and he
three miles north of the served as assistant precinct
ate line. clerk at precinct No. 1 in
Fountain for elections in
Bay County.
He was preceded in death
Continued From Page 1A by his father, Clarence A.
ethanol Reimann; and sister, Carol
thanol in Florida," Hudson Ann Larson.
rrently there is not any He is survived by his
oduced in Florida." mother, Alice Sharp of
Fountain; his brother, Kent
J.C. Reimann of O'Brien;
Continued From Page 1A his wife, Christina A.
Reimann of Fountain; his
A726PQ. ex-wife and friend, Julia
with information in her Gish of Tallahassee; his
ance is asked to call the four daughters, Melissa Lee
countyy Sheriff's Office at Turner and partner, Eddie
Brannon, of Lynn Haven,
Leigh Ann Dollarand hus-
band, David, of
Crawfordville, Jennifer
Continued From Page 1A June Crum and husband,
Dustin, of Bear Creek, and
it Catherine Denise Korbel
and husband, Nic, of
Vet: Wewahitchka; four grand- children, Tiffani Nicole
igusaorg Turner, Matthew William Brannon, Cassidy June

Crum, and Ashton Dean
Dollar; and many cousins,
nieces and nephews.
Funeral services for Mr.
Reimann .will be on
Wednesday, Oct. 15, at 1
p.m., at the Southerland
Family Chapel, with
Chaplain Floyd Wright
officiating. Entombment
will follow with Masonic
rites and military honors in
Evergreen Memorial
The family -received
friends Tuesday, Oct. 14,
from 6 to 8 p.m., at the
funeral home.
Flowers are accepted or
memorial contributions
may be made to the
Pancreatic Cancer Action
Network (PanCan) online
at, by phone at
(877) 272-6226, or by mail:
2141 Rosecrans Ave., Suite
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Sue P. Rigotti

Sue P. Rigotti, 76, of
Marianna passed away on
Saturday, Oct. 4, 2008, in
Jackson Hospital.
She was born on Nov. 16,
1931, to the late Mr. Lath
and Mrs. Gussie Player.
Living in Miami for several
years, Mrs. Rigotti returned
to the Jackson County area
in 1976. She was of the
Baptist faith and attended
the Cypress Baptist
Church. She enjoyed mak-
ing crafts, sewing and
She was preceded in
death by her parents; her
loving husband, Mr.
Charles J. Rigotti; one sis-
ter, Mrs. Lois Rowell; and
one brother, Mr. Milton
Mrs. Rigotti is survived
by one brother, Mr. Ronnie
Player and wife, Becky, of
Cypress; two sisters, Mrs.
Jeannette Woodham and
husband, Bill, of Cypress,
and Mrs. Jurlene Hall of
Marianna; a host of nieces
and nephews; and a special
friend, Nola Rierson.
Graveside services for
Mrs. Rigotti will be at 2
p.m., Oct. 16, in the
Cypress Cemetery, with the
Rev. Bell Henley officiat-
Expressions of sympathy
may be submitted online at


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After a week of rest, the
Graceville Tigers now turn their
,attention to the second half of
the 2008 season, the course of
which will determine just how
long they get to play football this
Graceville (4-1, 1--0 in District
1-1B) travels to Niceville Friday
to take on Rocky Bayou
Christian (1-4) in the last game
for the Tigers before a three-
game stretch of district contests
starting with an Oct. 24 home tilt
against FAMU.
Tigers coach Todd
Wertenberger said that he and his
team was looking forward to last
weekend's bye, which he said
was perfectly-timed, to get pre-
pared for the crucial home
stretch of the season; as well as
heal some physical wounds.
"Yeah, I think we're renewed
and ready for the next five
weeks," the coach said, "but
we've still got a couple of nag-
ging injuries, so we're not all the
way healed yet."
Wertenberger said that nose
guard Jamie, Simmons (shin) is
questionable for Friday's game
and running back/linebacker
Treyshaun White (shoulder) was
questionable also, though the
coach said he anticipated him

"Yeah, I think we're
renewed and ready for
the next five weeks."
-Todd Wertenberger,
Graceville coach
being ready to go by Friday
Few Tigers players seemed
ready to go at Monday's prac-
tice, according to Wertenberger.
"We had, I guess, a normal,
sorry Monday practice," he said.
"I'm not real happy with it, but
Monday is always a learning day
where you're seeing what the
other team does on offense and
"We never look as good as I
want on Monday and I go home
frustrated. But we should get
after it pretty good (at Tuesday's
The Tigers will be facing a
first-year team In the Rocky
Bayou Christian Knights, who
have struggled this season with
four straight losses to Aucilla
Christian, Munroe, Pleasant
Home. and Bozeman, with only
the Munroe game being close.
-"They've got some pretty
good players, but most of them
are freshmen and sophomores,
which is the reason they're

struggling," Wertenbeiger said.
"Their defensive line looks 'pret-
ty good. They get off the ball
real well, but their linebackers
are not tackling real well, which
is where they're getting hurt."
On offense, the Knights turn
back the clock to the 1940s with
the single-wing, which the
Tigers won't see from any other
opponent this season.
Wertenberger said that he has
seen the offense before as a



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Graceville quarterback Justin Miles rolls out during a game earli-
er this season. The Tigers travel to Niceville Friday to take on
Rocky Bayou Christian. Floridan File Photo

coach, though his players have
been scratching their heads a bit
in preparation for the old-school
"It's something to watch," the
coach said. "It's a lot like
Marianna's heavy formation, but
without a quarterback. They've
got a running back, a fullback
and a power back and they can
snap it to any one of them at any
time. They do a good job with-
/See GHS, Page 2B >

MHS celebrates 'Senior Night'

with win over Holmes County

The Marianna' Lady Bulldogs
celebrated Senior Night Monday
With a varsity win in three games
over Holmes County.
The freshmen team fell in two
games, 25-17 and 25-22, but it was
another victory for the junior var-
sity in two games, 25-13 and 25-
Prior to the varsity games, sen-
iors Krista Griffin, Randa
Hickman, Janna Hinson, Taylor
Smith and Jordan Sonaglia were
honored alongside their parents. ,
In the initial varsity game, nei-
ther team could put together a run.
with the score remaining only a
few points apart and ending in the
Lady Bulldogs' favor at 25-22.
In game two, Marianna jumped
out to a 4-0 lead off the serve 'of
Krista Griffin.
With the game, at 7-4, Randa
Hickman made it a 9-4 game
before Taylor Smith went to the
line at 9-7 and made it. a 14-9
Hickman served to make it 23-
13 before Jordan Sonaglia closed'
out the game at 25-14.
The Lady Blue Devils hung
tough through the initial game
three before the Lady Bulldogs
pulled away, taking a 12-10 lead

Marianna's Taylor Smith hits the
ball during Monday night's home
win over 'Holmes County. -
Mark Skinner/Floridan

and making it a 25-14 win.
Offensively, the Lady Dogs
were led by Griffin with 18 service
points and three aces. .Griffin also
recorded 48 assists.
SHickman tallied 15 serves and
See IAIHS, Page 2B >

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;The Sneads Pirates junior var-
sity football team took a 14-12
win over Graceville Thursday in
Graceville to 3-1 on the season.
Sneads got a rushing touch-
down from Dillon Spates and a
receiving score from Jeff Bell,
who caught a 20-yard TD pass
from TJ Granger in the second
quarter to give Sneads a 14-6
SThe difference in the game was
the 2-point conversion scored by
LDerrick Streater after the first
touchdown of the game.
.' The Tigers weren't able to con-
vert the extra points on either of
their touchdowns.
Spates led the way 'for the
.Pirates with 91 rushing yards,
v.,while Streater added 64 yards on
the ground.
Trent McDaniel and Jarice
Barbee led the Pirates defense
with .six, tackles each, while
Sharone'IcMillan had four stops
and a sack.
"The kdds played real hard,"
Sneads coach Nick Brown said.
"The offensive line stood up at
the end and had a real good push.
The defensive line played well
too, just the line altogether played
great all around.
"Tron McMillan filled in for an
injured player on the offensive
line and had a real outstanding
The Pirates will play host to
FAMU Thursday in Sneads at 6

Guy, s gymnasts

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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
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 Friday at
Citizens Field in Sneads.
Kickoff is at 7pm.
All fans wearing pink
will receive a reduced
gate admission.
Pink balloons will be
available for purchase in
memory of or in honor of
someone 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
This event culminates
a week of breast cancer
awareness activities
sponsored by the SHS
Beta Club and varsity
For more information
contact Karen Hall. or
Rhianna Dowling at 482-

Chipola Cheer Fest
Deadline for fees and
forms for the Chipola
College Cheer Fest and
Critique Day is Friday.
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-
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
For more info, call

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 information,

call Chris Owens at 850-

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"I've seen it before, so
it doesn't really bother
me. For the kids, it's like a
novelty. They're trying to
figure out who the ball is
going to, but they can
snap it to anybody, so they
have to figure that out."
Regardless of the offen-
sive or defensive systems,
there will be a sizeable
talent disparity between
the two teams, putting to
the test Wertenberger's
consistent mantra of each
game being just as impor-
tant as the next, particu-
larly when the next game
is FAMU.
"I think our coaches and
our team have really done
well with that,"
Wertenberger said of not
looking ahead to the Baby
Rattlers. "I had some peo-
ple ask me last week on
the open week if I had
looked at FAMU yet and I
haven't. I haven't looked
at them, which is the truth.
"For us, every game is

important. I don't want to
build (FAMU) up like
they're something either.
They're like every other
opponent, even though it's
a district game. The
coaches have bought into
that and we're getting
ready for Rocky Bayou.
We don't have FAMU this
week. We take it one at a
Still, while each game
may be prepared for in the
same manner, the primary
goals, other than winning,
aren't always the same.
"We want to come off of
(Friday night's game)
strong and we don't want
to get anybody injured,"
Wertenberger said. "If
(any players) don't need
to play this game, they
won't because we're
going to really need them
healthy after that. We're
going to be running our
stuff and hopefully fine-
tuning it, so that we hit
those three district games
on a roll a little bit."

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four aces with 26 spikes
and 11 kills.
Smith had 11 service
points, with no errors.
Hinson was on the
board with 10 serves, one
ace, 11 spikes and five
kills,. while Sonaglia had
nine spikes and three

In junior varsity action,
Alex Sanchez got the
Lady Bulldogs jump start-
ed with seven consecutive
aces to turn the score
from a 6-2 deficit to an
11-6 lead.
Meaghan- Hinson came
on with four consecutive
points, followed by
Allison Hutton adding
three in a row to make it a
20-11 game.
Bailey Harkins went to
the line for three service
points before the Sanchez
closed out the game at 25-
In game two, Harkins
gave the Lady Dogs their

first points from the line
with three before Tiffany
Lawrence came on to add
four points to make it a 9-
8 game.
Hutton recorded three
serves, followed by
Harkins with two and
Hannah Shouppe got on
the board with four
The freshman squad
was led in scoring on the
night by Haden Searcy
with eight service points
and five aces, followed by

Erin Christopher with
eight serves and one ace.
On the board with five
serves and one ace was
Courtney Massengill, fol-
lowed by Jordan Zielenski
with five serves, one ace
and Shelby Roberts with
five serves on the night.
The Lady Bulldogs
were scheduled to be back
in action Tuesday night at
home against Liberty
Results were not avail-
able at press time.

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ote.-; os Miscarriage sale: All Recumbent Exercise Life Gear Inversion Ta- ~ Ar'a NT
_,u ssp new, unopened baby Bike, used twice $75 ble $99 OBO ask for F ul-tie
O items 'Aprice:Unise 850-526-1193 anytime. Charlie 850-592-8769. Hef a ted
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med-sized diaper bag, 3pc Beach house Furn. 2004 ASV RC 100 Rub- UNDER $200
Reusable, battery-free, 2 end table & coffee ta- ber Track Skid Steer MERCHANDISE ONLY W f UiI
bottle warmer. All for ble, rattan w/glass top with FEC Mulcher and
I1 "* $120. 850-272-0110. ,$149 850-592-8769. Forrestry Package, 1000 LET US HELP GENRAL
$ 120.850-272-0110 8 hours, $48,000;-
Al OPack n'mCE B 6blue/whitetweed 2005 Bearcat 9'Wood YOU CLEAN l7rTE D1
play, Grac ev- cushions for DR chairs Chipper with Hyd. Feed, OUT THATWANTED
er used, $50. Safety 1st New,$25 850-569-2770 ex. cond, less than 100 OUTTHAT
Pink Walker. $40.850- exc. cod, less than 100
PihiJhw 482-8346 Barstools, dark wood, hours, $10,800; GARAGE, Biing Speciaist
dress: Worn 24inches. 50each, 2002KomatsuWB140 SHED, OR Searching for qualifi-
Wedding dress: Worn 850-569-2770 Extendahoe, 4x4, 4-in-l ed Billing Specialist
You should fully once, A-Line style w/ Loader, air cond., 1483 SPARE ROOM in Marianna.
investigate the back beaded straps & bust, Bench, Solid oak bench hours, must see to ap- CALL, FAX, Accounting Degree
ground of an decorative buttons with arms, 52" long, 2" precate, $44,000; required. Full Time
BEFOREpfnc a y down the back. sz 10. thick, very sturdy. $0. Bobcat 753 Skid Steer EMAIL OR GO Mon-Fri Email
Proceed thaution if $200. Med-length veil 850-526-3365. 46HP Perkins Diesel, ONLI E resume to: amanda
youare asked to send w/same beading: $25. Desk,vintag, Call334-894-
money or in calling Call 850-272-4700 right arm student desk
"900" numbers. with ook rackPH: 850-526-3614 or You Name It..
All numbers refixed by Winnie the pooh kanga- -book rack. I IA 800-779-2557 Classified Has It!!!
"900" are charged to ro pouch $15850-209- 526-33 O FAX: 850-482-4478 -
callers on a per-minute 4725 Need a New Home? P.O. BOX 520
or per-call basis. Some Check out c ifs tomsell
per-call b o Winnie the pooh play- Cek o 25' Magnavox Console MARIANNA, FL 32447 ouant to bl
these calls are to pen $20 850-209-4725 the Classifieds TV $50 -593-5702casifed c
numbers outside of the !
United States & expen- Winnie the pooh strol- Dinette table w / two pc Navy Blue formal I d Place a
sive international rates ler &carseat$85850- rsturdyand dress, sz 18WP,$35 Classified Ad
are charged to your 209-4725 well-constructed, 850-593-5702 Today!
phone bill. 1 1$65, 850-526-3365. Place your ad
ThIS e PUbLiCATIO The Best Pets entertainn a e 42" Toshiba big screen e your ad
THIS PUBLICATION The Best Pets Entertainment armoire w/ d ln or Exp.cooks & servers
makes ever effort t arefound withstorage. ikenew 526-al and Service needed. Apply in per-
list the charges for the a526-3426
reader. Remember, if in the $75 OBO 850-557-2901 Directory son between 3:00-5:00
BB&B Black grey full and grow pm @ Madison's, 2881
you have any doubts, Classified Ad Formal Dining Room sheet coorer set your business!!! Madison St., Marianna.
investigate! If it sounds Set, Cherry Wood, w/shams & skirt. Like
too good to b true, it Winnie the pooh swing Seats 6, w/lighted new $50 850-557-2901
probably is! Your Better $40. 850-209-4725 China Hutch $700 850- FLDept.of
Business Bureau is an 482-3308 Iv msg. BB&B Black/ grey full Stanley 20ft aluminum Agriculture
excellent source of sheet & comforter set Extension Ladder $50 & CS OPS Peanut
information. CLOTHIN Freezer chest type. w / shams & skirt. Like 850-579-4650 Inspection posi-
334-792-3804. Must sell..nice new $50. obo tons. Apply
1-800-824-5274 $150 850-352-2397..also Wheelchair$55 5312 Cliff S
2 Formal dresses like have other items. Box of large letters & 850-482-8347 Graceville, FL
Snew, 1 Champagne 1 It numbers for outside (850)263-2355
Sblue.14 165125'ea OBO -Recliner Blue leather sign$40 850-526-3426 EEO/AA
8505264114 Like new. $75.850-557 EEO/AA
2901 Custom made Curtains, MUSICAL
Sears. 8 pairs oiyusng 82x84 pink blue,wood |
,, .- ,men's leans. ]0 32. j. Set of bunkbeds, per- cornice 84" cascades, EDICAL
i e 36. 10 snrts. $20 0O. fect cond. $100 850-482- swags $80 8505692770 First Act Guitar
850 5922921 3308 Iv msg. w/ amp to go with
sGeneral Sewing Ma- stand $75 (850) 482-
9"P 0 Large Oag of girls cltn Solid oak entertainment chine w/wood cabinet 5472 Busyoptometry
.- rng. s'izee4.5 & 6. $20 center $150.850-569- $100850-526-2163 officeseeking
ea.. 850-482 8001 2596 askfor kendrck or Piano, plays well & full time Tech.
JWhite beaded Wedding ----Lakisha Large portable dog ken- Printer 4 sale $200 850- Must possess or-
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i Gown, off shoulder size Table, dining table with nel52 r tra34 vel $20 850- 569-5608/557-6181 gnizaional,
12 $200 firm 850-597- bench, all wood, great 526-3426 multitasking ,&
3719 after 8pm condition, $60,850-526- Painting / Drawing Upright Piano customer service
=D Y ITB.Ii S, 3365. Instruction books, $75 OBO skills. Will train
B TBMCrafting mags.(10) (850) 482-5472 Mail resume to:
FUIRNITU E COMPUT' ERS Tables, 2 Lebrun Broth- $12.850-592-2927. P.O. Box 6054
AC9Z9W0 S ers solid cherry drop Wooden Guitar Marianna, FL
Baby bath tub for ACCES leaf end tables, $175, Sewing Machine Babi- $30 32447
$15. 850-209-4725 Playstation, 2 playsta- 850-526-3365. net $20 850-526-3426 (850) 482-5472
tion 3 games: Juiced 2
Car seat. Graco pink and Madden 07 $35.
battery operated baby 850-227-6902.
swing, $50. Infant Car
Seat.25. 50-482-8346 X-Box& VariousX-Box Wednesday, October 15, 2008
games $150 OBO 850-
Gown, Lavender Formal 597-3719
Gown, size 22, $30.850-
482-8346 or 850-482- ECT O C
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mattress, $50. 850-593- 13" Sharpe TV, good
es,6418 cond. $30 850-593-6118
I chair 27" Toshiba TV, almost
Infant chair, Bright new, $200850-593-6118 .
Starts Musical &
Vibrating Infant Chair, 32" JVC TV, great cond.
$25.850-482-8246 $200 850-593-6118

Immediate openings: Sales/ Home Inspector
positions (experience required) $24 to $64,000
potential. Quincy area preferred. Administra-
tor. Customer service, phone & computer
skills required. Medical, 401K and other
benefits. Call 850-482-7451

Must be a high school grad or GED
with 1-2 years experience in fire protection;
or any equivalent combination of training
and experience..
Special Requirements:
Certification as an EMT by the Emergency
Medical Division of the Florida Dept of
Professional Regulation. Certification in Fire
Fighting Standards. EVOC, Certification in
CPR by the American Red Cross. Must have a
valid FL drivers license. Starting salary
$23,947.00 annually.
Submit Jackson County employment ap-
plication to the Human Resources Dept,
2864 Madison St, Marianna, FL 32448
PH (850) 482-9633
Deadline to apply is: 10/27/2008.
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Ford 2000 Tractor, gas, e FSBO: $165K, 2400
INTERIM new paint, many new sq.ft, 3/2 comp.rem-~
HEALTHCARE parts, 334-299-3102 LISTING! modeled, indoor patio,
has an immediate out-bldg & adjacent lots
opening for a CNA in Ford 7700 Blue Power Marianna-1/1 House- are neg. 4463 Decatur
the Chipley and Special $14.000., Dogde Quite Area-Huge Yard- St. 8502098452/2097455
Greenwood area! 1500 4-door pick-up. Pets OK-$350 month
If interested please $12,900. gray, exc cond. 850-890-2070
vop y 4306 Fif 334-701-1836. Nice 3/1 on I ac, hard- Mako'97 Model 191-19',
Ave. Marianna, to
apply! All appli- Gandy 4.row insecticide wood floors, C/A, stove, 150 HP Mercury live
cants must have 1 applicator w/double refrigerator, $695/mo well, Bilge pump, $9,000
year experience! boxes, for two chemi- 850- 526-3355 OBO. Wi trade. Call 185BR, in-
cas mounted on tool Secluded 2/1 in Marian- 3--board, white / blue, Au-
I_ bar. Good condition. : navery peasant C/A, Mako '77 center con- to. 6-cyl.200 hours,
$500. 229-758-3146 stove, refrigerator, sole, 20ft 200HP evin- Loaded, MP3, AM/FM,
6 .$ 575/mo 850-526-3355 rude. excellent shape, runs well, very clean,
shw m e O E DeadLakesWe $60000bo, 334-585-6689 Great cond. $13,900,
ALlra O E EN 5R334-709-4298.
S it.te -ER s 1 Very nicer 2BR .Laten '03 Camper Trail-
UIm oS l Jhns house onlHwy 90 FSBO New 4303 sq ft er w/ slide. 30 ft.Fully
Un al John Deere96 .E, appL & lease 4B, 35 bath. $429,000 self contained. $6900
r300 h, 8% U req.Sewer/wa- Full infoO @www.inf- OBO, 334-687-4503
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cg/ 4 Br Swee ps, $23,500, in oid a/m. #1 Javin 16 foot boat, 90
334-685-4218 $250 dep.No pets d HP Johnson. $3500 334-
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trai'er.$475334-S0 Turn Lawn Mower, 23 ..__ ~3n77A 150 fast strike, w.20 Johnson Ocean
hp, 54 in. cot, 60 hrs., 0 fast strike,
show roam clean, MOBILE Dead Lakes wewa trailer.$4750334596- /200 Jhnson Ocean
$CATS 83850,334-726-4780 ; 2,waterfont. 1694 tion. $1,000. Please
S HOME/RENT boat ran/dock. Javelin'00 Renegade 334-791-2609
SWkly/ monf rates.. J 8Mf xRenega
FREE TO GOOD HOME: lBR MH Partially fu, 850-639-6760 20ft, 225 Johnson. 821b Aluminum 15st. fishing
2 Black/witekittens$300/mo orselfor thrust trolling motor, boat, 25HP motor, trail-
B5a 00 C Hs/A 50- s f tandem trie traileraling motor, fish
2mos old. 850-526-2958 t. $1700 cash. 850-718- 334-596-1694 ertrlng m ,
ACEkc 7330 -locator. $3000 334-671-
Kitten. 2mos old, FREE 0 *rh Ol 2/25 miles from Mar lson 1986 o assboat 2998
togotoh .5r2/2,e 5 miles from Mar.rI' ro iO con
to good home. (850) 2rn or eI very clean, private lot w M- i, r I l hrn me Alumacrat'00 Flats, 18
272 0264 f 5 ac. family of 2, car- 0 jr ge i o c a ee oL usn- 9 H Joson g
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S1stlast, security. Ref. L ;oL511 4orl 8 936 live well, bimini top,
l ros O P req. 850-209-8947 marine radio. $6,000.
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Cocker Spaniel 8os Edgewood Apts. Furn 1 85052-81i 5 7 34 3 ,
old w/papers $350 850- BR duplex apts. Free 3BR Moaile Homes ,9 Hunter 2004 306, like
352- 0 I laundry water, sewage for Rent in Cttondale. new loaded, wet s po
& garb. 592-4793 $350 & up Call 850-557- Triton 2005 1753 Crap- available, in Port St.
w1eer n 1ow 4 2. Aa5057 pie, mercury 6HP, 4 Joe, FL great weekend
waye op 4 aRsrrppe FOR stroke front & rear ive getaway Detailed pics '95 Hunter 23 sailor
2 m o 2BRw2BA All elec.,tCH/A wells and baitwell, lots &info upon request. w/trailer,'03 Shp H n-
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F.No pelts, ale. e i d. $12,500 OB Msg OBp, Call 334-806-2822.
Coidon ne ..t 2 & IBR APARTMENTS Ref. Req. 850-352-280 0 la10stron
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2 ,f I r !?BR. I 762BA Alm n ioan. (850)685-2353 Triton '08, 18ft. Explore
_5. i nocs 3 inc d. H GH OL om -----er w/115 HP Mercury
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S2oBR/IBA aparm n Call the op. Ready to fish GlChaparral 84 Hy-
F334 M town; $450/month + Classifieds $8,600. 334-74-5412 r draBass 15V, w/80 hp 86' BALINER 29ft. Vol-
Dep. No Pets! (850) 573- 3/2 C H/A $450-$ 50 334-790-134 t ma ianer motor 91 vo 260 eng, fully loaded
eEQppiENT 05 9 H/Ae JSOO tr 2 tr0 model. 45 pt trolling W/trailer,low hours
a U PM NT oper month, C'dale. No Tiara '00 3500 Open, motor. Green, runs well, $12,500 O687-8169,
12ft hay mower. 2BR Apartment for rent pets.850-638-1171 twin diesel engine, very clean, Great cond. 334-703-3138
Reduced to $10,90, in Greenwood, 450/mo. 3/2 Cottondaleater master bedroom, full $3800. OBO. 850-573-
850-866-2774 850-326-1772 garb, bug spray. $550/ bath & kitchen, bay 6222. 34 ft. House Boat,
setof KMC twi row Affordable HUD homes! o. (lease)+ $550 sec. point slip free. 155000 footSleeps good cd.,
hsPets. 850-352-4869: 850-258-0917 7 Gamblerb98 19 foot asking $12,000 00,
planters, 4 row. mount- 5 BR from $278/mo! No Pes. 80- bass boat, 150 HP mar- Call 334-792-1079 or
edon a paulk frame 1 Must see (4% dCn, 30- 3/2 DW, Malone, FL SWEETWATER 94, 20ft ner., gambler trailer, 334-718-9054
KMC 4 row ripper w/ yrs@8%air)For Listing 3/2, SW. $400. and up Pontoon Boat, w/trai- like new. $8200. 334-
fertilizer attach. 1,000o 9884 r 850-7-3343 with extras $8,000 334- er, goodcod., 750
gal. nurse tank mount-T 75-7548 BO, 256-201-1657
ed on tamdem trailer. ER. I 3BR 2BA DW MH, on
334-790-5077 -oPROPWII/R MT Russ Rd. $850/mo. 850- 23' SeaRay Proj. Boat,
525-2975 $00o obo. 256g,01-16 57
200029hpAgracar Business Office Space LG"r'$5/'B 5.2/1 "-,
Tractor, 4WD, Koyker 1000 SF, Kitchenette, LG 3BR/1 A, Clean/
160 Front End Loader, Bathroom, $850/mo. quietpark in Mariannu. 20040 hp ercury
trailer, asking $8500, until. incl. 526-3668 No pets! $475 + Dep. Out board $3750 firm
334-588-0323, 477-3152 850-718-6641 G3 Eale 170 '08 90 HP also 9.9 HP Evinrude
S JFARMS amaha mtr appr Or $650. 334-774-3165 or
2002 John DeI MH lots avail & some Loaded. Like new. Gal- 334-791-7208
Cotton Picker 4 Row. ACREG SMH when avail. Blue SPORTSCiAFT'70, 3- vanized trlr. 6 mo old. 2001 17' Glastron
1520 engine hours. 1040 Springs MH Park, ft, 440 Chyr. engine, Looks new. $13,500 obo SX170, 90 HP Johnson,
fan hours. Shed kept FSBO: 6 AC. Flynt Subd. Marianna. Water/s- good codton $5000 334-793-7782, 796-5056. Aluminum trailer, great
Excellent Condition, Mathis Dr. Near Merri- ewage/garbJ/ lawn OBO 334-687-4634 shape, $7500, Call 334-
334-403-0569 tts Mill Pond. $45K 904- incl. 850-482-4060 f677-4912
20 ft. Triaxle hat bed 993-160 Ranger9 bass beat
/370-Vw/ 94 Mercuryo+
trailer brake/lights. oonsl OIB 150hp. Trolling motor
good shape $6,500. Ya- r UNFIUIRNITS i HOe/SAL f$5250 .334-714-5813 G3 '03 1756 Cener
maha'99 kawasaki 4- Console. Cae, 5Ohp
wheeler, nice $1500.4- 3/15 Marianna, Ist +, 3/15, DWMH W/D, Pontoon Boat, 2007, Yamaha.Trolling Mo
wh Hay Rake on caddy dep. yrlease. No CH/A, water,lawn- used 5 times. Fisher 18 tar. Depth finder.
$800.334-714-7412. smoking/pets.AppL.req. garb.incl. lst/last/s- ft., 4 stroke 60 Mercury. Duck Blind, great
2 Lilliston Peanut msg ec. Call 850-352-2897. Botm paint GPS pd condition. $4,999.
Combines 1580 & 1500,5 2500. 334-685-4218. 1998 16 f Express Bass
also 4 'Long" drying 3/1 $600/mo. st/last- 334-794-3-63 dethfeara
wagons. 334-774-1247. /$250 Dep' 850-592- Fisher 20081754, 40HP kept. Greafind er, garage$6500
5571 ,Cm B 4 stroke mercury, ta- OBO, 334-805-0318
4425 J.D. Combine Both 37chometer, humming-
Heads, 9004 P-Nut 3/2 all tile floors, $750 3BR HUD home! $213 bird 565, live well, bilge 16 ft, 1974 Glastron w/
Combine6-Peerless P- /mo.+dep. Smpets mo!4%down 30yrs @ pump. $11,200 334-798- 199870 HPTohatsu,
Nut Wagons. 7 Peerless ok, Marianna.850-573- 8% APRListings.'Call rus great, $3000, Call
dryers, KMC four row 1232. 800-570-8898 ext.'F478 334-714-4882
shaker 334-268-5907 or / V .Chaparral '84 198XL 185
334e35 3-2883 7r 3BWIBA, Very nice. Evinrude with trailer '01 Boston Whaler
3Located on Dvis Street 3 NEW HOMES Moomba'06 outback V, $3500. 334-693-9360 Dauntas 22ft, 200 HP
in Marianna. Kitchen UNDER 175k NEAR V-8 Indmar assault 325, 00.334-693-9360 Dauntas. 22ft. 200 HP
appliances included. HIGH SCHOOL, mtrw/ 120 hrs. equip, mercury motor, full
$7G0/mo. Deposit re- SUNLANDAND w/ hydraulic wake electronics, $22,000
quired.N PETS!Year FEDERAL PRISONN plate, ballast system, 850-890-0097
Bobca lease. Call (850) 594- EA O wake board tower,C-!,-
hrs, Loaded. Too ;7525 between 6phm- EASYTO QUALIFY D/sound system ect., Ca E S
Many Attachments 9pm. Leave message. FORNO DOWN $26,000 0 0,334-432- CI APR
to list $30,000 nego. 3B/BA COTONDALE PAYMENT & NO Chaparral 210 SSI1 '05,
334-685-4218 35ac. Lrg shed/deck CASH NE ED Mastercraft '88 17ft 75 Yellow, 260 hp, bimini Sprinter 1999 5th wheel
CH&A L50/mo (850) TO CLOSE & HP Mercury, live-well, top, galvanized trailer, 27ft, with slide out
Case CottonCPicker2044 5060 MOVE IN. depth fish finder,foot custom cover, garage room, fully loaded with
$17,500., Ford Tw-15 CALL JAMES control, trolling motor, stored, only 20 hours, new hitch. $9500 334-
Tractor exc. cond. 3BR/2BA Foreclosed- GRANT was $4000 now $3000. many extras. Like new. 805-3058
$15,000. W/ mower. home!Only ,900! 850-526-8367 OR 334-805-0119 $25,900, 334-47S-3883.
334-701-1836. MustSell! For listings Sandpiper'06,5th
800-570-8898 ext. 5366 85526-2M34 Iquis '77 w/1990 re- Boston Whaler '73, re- wheel, 3 slides, Retail
Ford '00 Tractor, 5 ft. built 90 HP motor, stored, 13 foot sport $29K. Wholesale $25K.
bushhog & 6ft box Grand Ridge: 2/1 PRICED TO SELL trolling motor & fish with 2000 40 HP Mercu- selling for $21K. 850-
blade, $5100, Call 334- $850/m0. lst/last/$250 UNDER 200K finder. $3,000 obo. 334- ry motor. $4,900 OBO. 866-2468 or 850&-896-
791-0700 Dep.. 850-592-5571 475-3272 334-714-2419 3774

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Prowler '98 5th Wheel.
31 ft living & dining
slide, full bath. Queen,
bed. end kitchen/oak
cabinets, exc. cond.
$10,500. 334-791-1783
Prowler 34 ft, 2 slides,
bumper pool, sitting on
lot in Eufala with boat
shed. Call for details.
$15,000 FIRM. 334-798-
0095 or 334-685-7742
Outback '06 31 RQS
Loaded $16,900 0BO
Nash 2004 5th wheel M-
24-53,.1 slide, impres-
sive condition and
equipment, W-07 Silver-
ado available for total
travel package, let's
discuss price. 334-701-
Montana 2005 5th
Wheel, 4 slides, king
bed, excellent condi-
tion. $34,500 OBO 850-
Montana 02'5th wheel
camper, 32.5 ft. 2 slides,
mounted space heater,
new 4000 Onan
generator w/inside re-
mote, $25k OBO, 850-
Maco'06 5th wheel
w/slideout. used lyr by
non-smoker, can be
seen at 2469 El Bethel
Church Rd. GR.$19K
Keystone Hornet'03, 27
ft, no smoke/pets, very
clean, has a super slide,
below wholesale $7900
Jayco "08" Eagle 5th
wheel, 291RLTS, 3
slides, with covers,
electric awning $35K,
selling for health rea-
sons 334-791-4192
Jayco '03 camper, 34 ft.
2 slide outs. Exc. cond.
Like new on rented lot
with water front view
Lake Eufaula $19,000
OBO 334-793-0021.
Gulftream '03 26' Fifth
Wheel w/slide out,
Great cond. $12,000,
Forest River Surveyor
'06 30ft Travel Trailer,
self-contained, sleeps
8, excellent cond.
$16,995,334-792-5151 or

Fleetwood Scorpion '06,
popup mounted on a
trailer. Kitchen, bath,
ramps. $14K. Call Blake-
ly, 229-723-5958.
Fleetwood Prowler'04
5th wheel, 25 ft. bunk-
house, 1 owner, no
pets/smoker, like new,
gas/elec H20 heater,
15,200 850-557-1731
er AX6. fifth wheel, 36ft,
4 slides, face, large
hnwer, 30An/amn. A

'95 Westportby Fleet- Endeavor,W/B 37',1 Harley Davidson'06
wood, 34' 2 slies, rear slide 230 Cummins Die- Screaming Eagle VROD,
kitchen, hardwood sel Pusher, new eng. Red,7Kml. warranty,
kitchen, hardwood w/3000 miles, Red, warrantyel
floors, good condition, ws desel $18,000. Call 334-714-
$14,000 687-2684,334- n was er/drye 5940.
703-0125 40,OPO 334-6876164 -
Fourwinds '08 Chateau Harley Davidson '06
2007 19ft Pilgrim Lite Sport Class C, 28 ft Sportster Custom. Red,
Travel Trailer, like new, Workhorse Chassis 6.0 7,800 miles. Great con-
asking $10,000, Call Vortec. 5578K m. no si edition. $9500 obo. 334-
(334) 677-U3827 outs. non-smoker and 96-8
2006 custom park mod- petS free.5500 bo000
el Log Cabin,used 3 'Seriousinquiries onl
months perfect for lake Reduced!334-522-3652. S EL L
lot, hunting cabin or HARLEY DAVIDSON'08
mother in law suite on Damon Intruder 00' Fat Bob e rl Blue, 6-
your lot, ready to move. 35 ft Class A design- spd. 2000 miles, excel-
$33,900. 060 (251)654- er. V-10, 27,917K 2 ent condition lots o
5586 slides, 2 AC, 2 TV's,
side by side frig w/ extras, 2YR warranty,
2005 Gulf Stream Cavi- ice maker. New tires $14,500 00. Call 334-
lar Pkmdl, 31L, sleeps Towing pkg. $39,500. 441- 6962.
6, excellent condition. 334-696-4746. Harley Davidson '08
Full stand up shower. Road King. Crimson
000. 334-237-1039 Damon '99 Daybreak, Red, 6-spd. 675 miles,
34ft, 15,471k miles, AC, excellent condition.
1 slide, awning, queen warranty, $1900. Call
bedselfcontained 334-618-9828.

generator, uKe new.
2003 Keystone Cougar $25,000.229-723-6612
5th wheel, Series 276
EFs. 28 ft. w / living Concord Coachman'05
room slide, Great cond., Motor Home. 23' long y|
$13000,334-702-8267, 2700mi, Take over pay- SI LL
leave a message. ments.850-593-5103 Harley Davidson
1995 Shasta Travel Airstream '93, 34'diesel '08 Road Kn
Trailer, 22 ft. sleeps 4, 64K mi. Excellent cond. Crimson Red
$5500, Call (334) 794- $25,000.334-792-1079. excellent condi-
2921 28 ft. Allegro, wll tion. warranty,
08' Amerilite Travel maintained, new tires, 334-618-9828.
Trailer 21%1 ft. Fully self fully loaded, new paint,
contained, Used once. indoor kept. $12,500.
Pd $13,400 asking Call 334-792-8018 or HDO'0Z Fat Boy. Motor-
Pd 13400 asking $k 334-792-8827 cycle. Custom, 8500 mi,
850-579-2217 exc. condition.Loaded,
$12,000800. Call 334-
MOTO. 255-3165.

100th Anniv Ed, w/
shield, bags, Tandem
seat w/backrest, 7500
a miles.Exc. condo $500,
1997 Four Winds Class 334-449-0015.
.........P ,31f,/,tv, r 334-449-0015.
crowave, fridge, sofa, Classic. White, 5-spd.
dinette. $24,900. Call 1700 m excellent con-
334-791-1450. edition. $16,500. Call 334-
Winnebego '99 Brave t406-1999.
35-C, 35', living rm, HD'07 FXD Bk. 6spd.
slide, 35k mi., Alcoa 96ci. 1584cc.9k mi. 9k.
wheels, new tires, gen, 334-791-4211.
jacks, $33,500 obo, 522-
3564 HD '07 Heritage Softtail
Classic,.exc. cond., 3 yr.
-.warranty, $.14,500.
'04 Pace Arrow 37 C, Honda'03 VTX 1800
Work Horse Chassis. Black, Motorcycle. Gar-
19K loaded, 3 slides, 99 agekept with approx
tow car, $93,000, Call 2000 miles. Showroom
(334) 618-0717 condition. Backrest/
-V '0ai '., luggage rack w / bag,
quick detach wind-
R-VISION'06 Trai-Lit ., shield. $8700,334-445-
26ft fully loaded low ____\_____________6933__
mileage like new! In-
clude's navigation sys- '03 V-STAR 1100, 12K Classifieds have what
tem. Priced at $62,500 miles, lots of chrome, 2 you are looking for.
OBO 334-616-6508 to helmets, $4,500 229- HONDA04Rancher ES
see! 334-7489 '-low miles, Great cond.
2005 CRF 150 F Honda, $3500.334-692-4120.
"- lsg F goowd condition, very Honda '05 Foreman 500,
?.. ow mileage, $2,000 ^
S 687-3275 or 85062 red, warn wench 2.5ton
3965 luggage rack, mirrors,
thumb bar. like new,
need to see. $4,195 334-

real most st:$ 39.900 RIVERSIDE '05 ADVEN- E LL
334-687-2994 TURE travel trailer. 33
ft.Large slide-out Cubcadet'07 Utility
Sleeps 9. Great condi- Vehicle. 20hp Cat
tion. $16K. Must see. Diesel Engine. Came,
Call Bob 334-445-6400. Auto. great condi-
tion. $8,500.
REDUCED 334-685-4218.
~ '03 Class A MonocoLa -- HONDA'05 VTX 1300,
S Palma. 2 slides. 1 RED, 5000 miles. war-
bath. Loaded! Incl. car Harley'06 1200 Sports- raty Great cond.
dailey & all fumIsdn. s ter, white, dyna fender, garage kept 200,
dolley & all furnishings ScreamingEaglepipes garage kept $600,
Fleetwood '00 (dishes, towels, etc.) Screaming Eagle pi 334-774-6779.
Prowler Camper, $75K 334-790-3480 ccond. 6100 mi
1g. slide out, 38', 2BR, $8,490 obo, 334-726- y
Great cond., $10,500, PRICE REDUCED 7815
Call 229-308-1168. Lsington '06 29ft3 .You Name It- .'.
slids, fl body paint Classified Has It!!t
Coachman '99 Royale, 11K miles, like new.
36ft with 2 large slide $55,000 firm. More info Harley '0f Fat Boy, vivid
outs, queen bed, sleeps 334-703-2500 black, lessthan 400
42 AC units, TV.n a miles, $16,000O80,
rental lot on Seminole, Monoco Knight '06, 334-791-0891 Aonda'06 250 Rebel,
rental lot on Seminole, Save $2SK or more. Motorcycle. Like new.
can stay or move. Diesel, 4 slides 4300 mi, Harley Davidson'00 $8-8
$13,500. 334-678-7551 many upgrades Heritage softtail twin 3-
$159,700. 850-866-2774 cam, blue & silver, rd Honda'06 CRF230.
98 Coachman Santa- radio, lots of extras, $2200.334-618-3234 or
ra, 35ft.23,000 miles, Holiday Rambler'02, $12,000.334-671-4281. '334-671-5790
7KW generator, 2 en- diesel pusher, 2 slides,
tries, ducted CH/A, outside ent center,
hydraulic levelers, loads of extras, no
rear queens, sleeps smoke, no pets, 38K REDUCED TO 77,900
6, leather power cap- mi, Must Sell! $68,500 3/2 Customb t DWMH w/covered
tains chairs, base- O0, (850) 638-7920 or pa
meant model, great 850-596-8475 2.3 AC near M n Pole barn, dbl
shape, all manuals, 3 AC a MukwI Pol Ibam dl
service records, Fleetwood 2002 Discov- carport with sto ge blg. NO
$32,000.850-762- ery 39ft. 2 slides, 330 REALTORS PLEASE 0-56-2555 Ov
3865 HP diesel, very nice- m
$85,000 334-618-8457


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Cruiser, 1,700 miles, 525i Silver, 28,775K mi., Black, $6500.obo. Never 350, at, ps, pw, pbl, new crew V-10 gas Triton -'- CIVIL ACTION NO.:
black & chrome, Vance AT/6sp. Garaged, exc. wrecked. 334-444-3658 tires, bedliner, 88,000 motor, 100 Centennial 2008-CA-3217
and Hines custom ex- cond $30,500 334-803- - mi., one owner.347-4121 Ford addition, Black,
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ndae5yr. k ee, Mint condition 365 714-4210 or 677-6007 OBO. Call 334-596-0157 miles, Red/Blackblack w/gra 4 cloth in- PIintiff,
maintenance & 5 yr. Cadillac T kee Mint condition. BCTS 8365 ----- 7e-Leather Seats, Chrome t1r: 140K miles, well
warrant i xx K As-caditin with transfer-n i n e.3 t4i8e8ld iI, hevrolet'04 1500, 44, Ford'03Ranger, red, 4 HI iPORH UT ITYIBrsrhanHwrdts t,Largenrx4 maint, $3 I,950.00 850- vs.
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ing Payoff! 850-573- abiewar n't$, ..regular cab,,ongoed, Call 334-685-340. THE STATE OF FLORIDA,
2692 ar y $334-7409155 Kawasaki'07 Brute39K, ,000. Pleaseca condition. $5500, Call I VEHICLES call 4 THE STATE OF FLORIDA,
Honda GL800'05 Gold- Force650 4X4. Black, 334-726-0729 10am4p, 334-61-1693 Buick'07 Rainier, By keeLaredo, creamnco ROPERTY OWNERS,
Hd 05od Cadillac'06 DTS GM, 28 hours. Excellent can- TAXAYERSANDamTo-
wingo Blackcherry, Cadillac 06DTS GM 28 hours. Excellent con- Ford '92 Ranger XLT, 6 owner, 2WD, 6 cyl., Sil- or, bug shield, side vis- TAXPAYERS AND CITI-
26,00mi, $15,000. lus fullyloaded, 31,500 mi. edition. $5000. 334-488- cyl,5sp manual,good vereatherPower, o roofrack, clean in- ZENS OF GADSDEN
matching bushtech 4621. Pontiac 71 Grand Prix on gas. $2750. 334-798- 20,000 mi. $20,000 neg., side & out. 97k miles COUNTY, FL R I D A,
trailer 7,000mi. $4,000. $24,500850-592-2773 ia'01Rio,90kmiles, 400/400, solid no canc- 5650 Call 334-370-3921 runs great. $6500. 850- JACKSON COU NT Y,
334-693-9287 Cadillac'93 Allante new tires, new timing er runs & drives $3,500Ford 07150 Bik 07 Rainier, one 547-5292 FLORIDA AND WAKUL
Convertible, red, beige belt, new axles, new OBO Trade considered Ford 07 150 SupXercrew Buick'07 Rainier, 1 one .F "tLA COUNTY, FLORIDA.
leather excellent. 71k truck struts. $3,400 obo. 334-687-0805, 695-6568 Larriat 4X4. owner, leather, BOSE, Jeep'05 Rubicon, Ford'01 W/ndstar Sel. INCLUDING NON-RESI-
color w/tan leather 8K On-Star, 18k miles, gar- $18,500, V6, auto., AC, Van. Green, Auto. 6-cyl. DENTS OWNING PROP-
miles $13,900 334-449- 210-685-3380 miles. Fully loaded. Bed ret/gray, $21,000 neg, 46K mi., new BFGoo- 2WD.98,500, great con- ERTY OR SUBJECT TO
2823 or 334-723-3037 cover. $29,500 334-798- factory warranty. 334- drich All Terrain tires, edition. Loaded, $5,700. TAXATION THEREIN
SCADILLAC'93 SEVILLE Chevrolet '98 Z71 P/U 5725. 685-1261 or 334-677- (334)699-8668,803-5910 334-671-9879. *AND ALL OTHERS HAV-
217K miles $1500 (850) *1Fleetside- Ext. cab, 3 3281 Jeep '03 Wran ING OR CLAIMING ANY
209-4883 (850)- Dr98K Jeep'03 Wranger, very Ford' 07 E150 Cargo RIGHT, TITLE OR INTER-
-209-4883 (850)263-2998 j ^ Dr798K mi., Very Clean, CHEV4 Avalanche 71 khaki, soft top, van. Contractor ready EST IN PROPERTY TO
Kawasakia'00X12, Cadillac'96 Feetood, 23 334 AC, AT, over-drive, tilt, warranty, key less BE AFFECTED BY THE
Kawasaki ZX1, Cadillac Fleetwood, 790- 2 695-2739 4.0 4WD, tow pkg. run- entry, $15,500 OBO 334- ISSUANCE OF THE
green, lots of extras, Broutgham Edition, 22" Chevrolet04Z71, Reg You Name It.. ning boards, D, full 796-874. BONDS HEREN DE-
extended swing arm rims, exc. cond., 78K You Name I ningboards,CD,full 796-8174.BONDS HEREIN DE-
loaded, like new. $600 mi., asking $6400 Cab Pick-up. Gun Metal Classified Has It oors, tire bat SCRIBED, OR TO E AF-
loaded, like new. $6500 m, askig $5400 000, Kia'04 Optima LX, Gold, Saturn 07 Aura XR, Grey, Auto. 8-cy1.4W O ----- lasifedHasIt!! MC'02 Savana work WD.
OBO 334-790-0028 Call (334) 379-5118 Kim '04 Optima LX, Gold, S-0 d. $03b800 GMC'02 Savana work C RE O
44K miles, working AC, 9,800i., like new 52000, great condition. Chevrolet '99 S10 Blaz- obo. Paul 850-482-7490 van w/Bins & Ladder FECTED THEREBY,
KAWASAKI -'03 Vulcan Chevy'03 Z06 Corvette, CD player. $8,000. 850- white, thr, sunroof, all Power rakes, Power er, Good AC New trash, rack. $7,500. OBO 334 Defendants
1500 Classic. Never laid Excellent cond. 35K mi, 326-0638 options, MUST SEE TO steering, CD, A/C, w ith warr., New tires, Jeep '91 Wrangler, 4 cyl. 793-6305
down, 19,000 miles, ex- $27,500. 850-762-8399 Lexus '02 LS430 black, BELIEVE! $21,150 obo, AM/FM, stereo, $14,000. clean. Runs great!! gd shape, new tosprayed GMC '98 Safari Van, NOTICE AND ORDER
cellent condition. Load-5 CHE Mabu4D, fy tan later 334-488-4621. REDUCED!L! -$3,2i00. 334- hino ed line s yed GarTOSHOW CAUSE
ed, $7,500. 334-702-7775 CHEVY'0Malibu 4DR, fullyloaded, le596-5032nside, $60,Cal (334) pass, V6, AT, AC, Rear
if no answer; leave low miles, loaded int. very good cond. ga- 5 9 6726-09 r, Very clean, Exe- 0TA
message$10,000 334-687-4571 rage kept, tinted win- cond.. 118K mi. 3,500. TO:THE STATE OF
message. d70 8 334-97K-457-- 90 $ 2 90 m7 fat wa $0i6. S4 d A, erri ,d 80d 0._ TAXIN _THEREIN

Chey '32 Or al body 33-8-39K mi. $1,800 Ford '85 Tow Truck, 334-67-7748/803-3058 FLORIDA, AND THE SEV-
frmChevy '32 Original body 334-718-3518 custom-built 1 ton. _1.sERAL TPROPERTY OWN-
& frame, 3 50 engine, AT Es-0eetetc-loaded. Great con di ERS, TAXPAYERS AND
. Trans. extras! Must(see L S-35ScSrlo 5 r CITIZENS OF GADSDENTERO
l r to appreciate! Serious With tan inte 85 or 33C I ,I S OF TDDEN,
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S-372-412 334-685-1070 TyAota '00 Caminry Chevy' 02Avalanche Forde'04 XLT Super Cab, Bordrs- L LA COUNTY, FLORIDA,
AWChevy '90 e tCorv Lexus' 95LS4 00,.runs So ara onver le l 4X4,16kmiles, pewter towing pkg., bed ier, Jl i .o $ l~, CO8 I NCLUDING NON-RESI-
Swasi N. a vertible, black condo good, all options, needs 8995.128 r chrome neft bars, tool box, 53K miles, e let' Taoe LT. ee Wranl DENTS OWNING PROP-
Kawasaki '04 Ni, low mi., $6,900 obo. CalI some worLk,$2500, Call Main Car Sale W. t rushguard, 20' $15,000, Call (334) 794- lea. 01 Tahoe New re s pnt r u s ERTY OR SUJECT TO
blue, low miles, Like 334-793-6997 (334) 792-4100 or 618- Dothan. 334-699-5880 whels, black leather' 0751 8 m. S of, 3rd 100,000i, p
il unswe, erl, load ed. 3 75300 8345ki.S7nro,3-6 7e 1 04 mi. power C e condI11 A Mi $3,00I T AX0 T THERSIN T AT E
new. 2700, obo, 334- 9101 Toyota '05 Camry, 4 interior, loaded. $13,500 AND AL OTHER A
983- 4 S doortan, auto., sun- 334-702-843 or 334- Ford'06XLT50,to w seat.Exc. cond.$11,500. brakes, powerstern g AN ALT HES W AY
roof, ed changer, all 791-2609 package, 17k miles, 334-360-0774. CD, A/C, AM/FM, runs ING OR CLAIMING ANY
n 7 burgundy, loaded Chevrolet'02 Trailbla ll Great cond. 6200 RI EST IN PROP INTER new, 17300 Chevy 021500 Ex- 17,000. 334-691-5336 et '2 Traibaz- 334-693-2099. BY T
Chevy '94 Camaro, mi,$15,900, Call (334) tended Cab: Pick-up. erLT, loaded,4WD, 90K BE AFFECTED BY THE
Blue, Sedan. 5-p. .389-3071 Green, Auto 8-c. 2 mes, ble, eat cond., ONS HEREIN E-
6-cy. 2$W,. $900,(334) 372- 4822 SS CE O1 T1 DEE-
6cyl 2 WD. Loaded, Toyota'08CamryLE, WD. fair condition. r (334)3722415 L SCRIBED, OR TO BE AF-
Pow steering brakesC,Powe runs black, 13,500 miles, like Power brakes, Power S L FECTED THEREBY,
steering, CD, A/C, runs J new, $18,500, 334-718- steering, $400 33- :irr
well, new tires, T-Tops, Lexus ES 300'01 Sadan, 3155 793-4700. Can be Seen LFa
%"*l "' lvery clean, Great condo. Super Clean $9995.110k at 188 s Headland Ave. \ L *ECTO 00010 a f f eq i A C
Kawasaki06$4000, 334-618- 3414. miles. West Main Car Toyota'08 Corolla, 4 dr, ADVERTISEMENTN (
Kawasaki '06 ZX-1tR, 4pri Sales W. Main. Street auto, 3100 mi., $14,500 Chevy '96 Cheyene, sgl FOR BIDS OMMISSI N (the tCo
Black, Motorcycle.3200 heavy '94 Caprice Dothan.334-699-5880 firm. Call 334-347-7302 cab, 4.3 6yl vortecng. Plaintiff r the "Co-
miles, runs well, low w/LT posi rear end or 334-406-2945. very good cond.$3700R EC E mission") having filed
miles, Great cond., Station wagon. Auto Lincoln '95 Town car cash. 850-482-8416 7 5500 e Polar Sprino s / Mt for Val-
$7000, 334-687-8624 $1,800. 334-696-8019. Champagne color, Toyota 98 Sienna. S r aor oa T eu a da n n $5o no tx-
S Maroon Int. good tires, Green. Auto. 171k. Runs Chevy'03 S,.4 cylinI feeding $506,000,000 in
Kawasaki -'81 Chyse 11_____Cey_? ____S_4_ar1.__ li__CD no i ^
k 50TChrysl S rtcold air, $2,000. 334- great!! $4,000 obo. 719- der, 28MPG, low miles; ai, l ft. Western r n aggregate principal
K2750LTD-H2.Needs convertible, 56K miles, 794-0385. 930-8524. excellent shape. $7200 Hauler Bed w/ Rhino. Chevy '01 Blazer, White eep '00 Wrangler, yl- amount at any one time
work, good parts bike. excellent condition. OBO. 334-585-6689 Gooseneck 30K 5th AT 6-cy4WD, 130k, PB low, 5-spd. 6-cyl. 4 WD. Sealed bds, submitted outstanding of the
13671 mi., $700 obo $7,200 850-685-5542 Mazda 04' RX8, 62,000 Volkswagen'04 Jetta Wheel, 30K mi., no PS CD, A/C, AM/FM, 45,000 miles, Power in trilicate, will be re-o Florida Utility Financing
cash. 334-393-1735 (Troy) miles.Runsgreat. Borla Station wagon GL, AT, Chevy'05 Silverado trades, $45K, Call sunroof, all brakes, Power steer- cee by the Board o Commission Revenue
'07Cat-back exhaust. Take AC, Exc. cond,, 27-30 Crew Cab Truck. Load- (302) 545-1158 334- 793-0677. ing, CD, A/C, AM/FM, County Commissioners Bonds (Public Projects
Kawaski'07Mean Chrysler'05Pacifica overpmts.$19kowed. mpg,$9,500OBO,334- edwithextras$18,000. Chevy'00 Blazer4x4LX, Faircondtell 0,000,ileS 6" O S (uwn unti SCris)(thr "Bon)(V ds)r
Streak Special Edition. Touring Model, 43K mi., 850-557-6199 983:4446 850-594-3282 GMC '07Duramax die- white, 4 door, auto, li, prconio s 334 (en tal aSeries(the "n nd
Under 500 miles. Extras -ea?0 *F~-- V"!' 871_ _____ 95'Ram PMoV6 utomatic, white, 4 door, auto, lift, procompa35's 334- 2fup.m. (Central
Under 500 miles. Extras seats 6. white, 1 owner, se 25,000 miles $38,500 fully loaded, CD, 100K t per inan
included, $8,000. Call exc. cond., new front Mercedes'06 CLS500, Volkswagen 05'Torua- Chvy '00 Silverado 6.0 0 les 38,500 fully loaded, CD, K 701-0338. Time) November from said Complaint

Polaris '00 4-Wh r,- an rims,32Kor,40kmiles, topof bed, CD, Flltowing -67 i, alos r ns g t th e ad the Exhibits at-h
Polaris'go4-Wheeler," OR 05-usag o-$55,0003,346854kmilestopof bd. C tion. $5000. 334-598- ministration Building tached theretothat the'
$55,000334-68- theline, sunroQf, V8 pack. $7,000334-477- GMC '91Jimmy 4x4 62.2 9068or334-477-3325 (Purchasing,, Stan Commission has
wheel drive, vertible, leather, V-6-, 2584/334-794-6191ter-i- optiondual climate air, 2271. Diesel 4 inlift.alumi 9 Hascher), 2864 Madison adopted a resolution
334-794-2398 u loaded, 18K miles, ousinquiries only heated seats, automat- num wheels 12x36 Radi-m M Street, Marianna, FL authorizing the issu.
$,0.398-0 4 O$16,000 334-355-001f Ch Mrdsu '98 Lanz 0 i / sift a C '0 i T n wel 34x02 Radi lod d eve Stree, arisnncoLiathor t he afe u-
Polaris'07 Outlaw $16,000 334-3550881 Mercedes'98 BenzE320 ic manuall shift op- Chevy'7 Silverado LT al Swampers PS, PB, 32448 for the construc- ance of the Bonds for
500cc, great cond. 15 Ford '05 Mustang, V-6 79K original m. white, tion, steering wheel Cew Cab, ex cond., AC, Auto, AM/FM CD tion of the following de- the urse of provid-.
nus e.r$3,500. Call premium edition, Fully well maintained, have controls, side curtain ed ce, 26 1550 oo. 850-762-9333 scribePrjecte g n s for f
334-389-7073______ scie Pruloct: no funds or financing,
334-389-7073 oadedreat gas saver, all service records. air bags,window ,0, 02ierra Ext. Cab refinancing. or reim-
Reduc to $13,500334- $10500 334-596-2077 shadesfor backseats, Chvy Silverado i Resurface and Widen bursting the cost of
to 692-5577 3 Mercury B u. s4de f s3 s Chevy'96 Sil verado with tlol boea $80K m, aPoplar Spings/Mt. Tab- qualifying capital proj-
andrear air. $ 23,800 ,BSTDCab, Good great shape, $9500, Call /i a. m Blue
692-5 Mercury'76 Marquis 34-701-8555/34-685- ond, Loaded15 mi. 334-797-5249 mi. or r oad from ,ue ects, in cludin provi-
less than 45K original 233 3990. OBO 334-671- Springs Road (CR 164) erm nancing,
$ 3= miles, owner, $350, 2.5atur bo 4 ter 6, SR 7in 1 ocal gov-
PoarisATV wagon,73k miles, Auto chev 97 Silverado k A 28k mi., sun roof, thr. 6cyl4WD3"Lift/ ening, resurfacing, participate in thepro-
portsman,2W, 4W w/manual shift option, nice, lack, ext. cabt V A 2 000 drainage, and other i- grams created through
Turf. Green, Auto. dual air climate control, $6400.334-701-4599 TV ALL power, new nvest Sale $7,999 provements The other the issuance of the
328 miles, excellent memory seats, CD/ca- __ WD. 23000, excel- tires, fact. wrrnty. 334-673-0088. 'ts include Bonds, and it also ap-
condition. Runs Ford '06 Mustang GT, ssett player, gold w/tan Chevy 04' Tahoe Z71, lent condition. 9,800 0 678-350- sleeve pipe replace- hearing that all of th
well; low miles, light bue, backeath leather,remaining 100k Burgandyw/ beige AM/FM/cdstereo, $9800 -350- selective pipe red plae-8 aring that aI of thel
very clean, $3795. light prbueum s d warranty $1,900, 334- leather 83k miles, lowmiles, very 844 Land-Rover99Range mnt, mitered ends, cts required by Chap-
334347-9686. loadent., premium sound, 701-8555/334-685-6233 steering wheel con- clean, warranty, Chevy 00 Tahoe, LT, Rover HSE 4.6, fully leveling and restoring ter 75 of the Florida
3 6. d5 sp., ex con trls, 3rd row seating PAYOFF. Need min- 4x4, black w/tan leath. loaded, 95K mi., $8,900, the crown, Asphalt Rub- Statutes to be stated by
Raner'06700EF $1768, 23MPG, hwy, A IUE w/center bucket seats, ivan instead Call er. 145K, winch & brush Ca (334) 797-0768 ber Interlayer Mem- said Complaint and Ex-
Camo, exceentcondF regas.ca334-588 MG76Midgetcom- disc cd changer in 334-685-2190. guard.$8,900 OBO793-l brane (ARMI), a struc- hibits are contained
ion.2 Oc o.- rg gas. call y334-ored, sw dash, power s ts, rear 299130 or205-907-0861 tural / friction course, therein, and that the
o, 8210 i-34. 3400 plet aircontrols,r I- grading and shoulder Plaintiff pray that this

$59 200.334-790-4350 ed b, 80Kemi., new 4642659 Great cond. $5900, 334- paving at side roads, the premises:
7 2 GMC- 06 Sierra Z71, work, maintenance of Court issue an order as

Motorcycle. Black,490 condition $13000 Re- cl. 39K mi. exc cond. White, leather, CD, by theEngineer. ORDERED, that the
oocceBlack, 490 -. 39K mi. e? ond.
excellent condition Mitsubishi '06'Eclipse tailNADAvaue, $8,900. OBO original 3rdRow, on-star/ State of Florida, and the
Loaded, 6200 BO. Call For d '06 Mustang, Red, G tires, veryclean, 68 Deville, ,NdAsd5 mies, veryccleanaMeeting will be held on ers, taxpayers and citi-
334-255-3165or334 Auto. 6-cyl.35,500mi, mfg warr, Viper alarm, Red Convertible.8500 Dodge05'3500Quad Infinity '04 FX45,38,000 $18,500 Ca 334-899- October 30 2008 at 9:00 zens of Gadsden Coun-
255-220. very clean, Great cond. tints, Exc cond. 15000, 334-774-9243. Cab Dually.Cummins miles, fullyloaded, 7099 AM central time in the ty, Florida, Jackson
12,100, 334-798-5753. 334-333-7555. Cadilac'73 Eldorado Turbo Diesel, 69k miles, navigation, rear view Jackson County Board County, Florida, Wakul-
moped, street legal. Ford '07 Focus, 22k mi.Ca Restored, mint c ondi73 Edoado CD, Cruise, $20,500. camera, grayish, exc. Chevy 03 Trailblaze of County Commission- la County, Florida, in-
moped, street legal. Ford '07 Focus, 22k mti, Rests ed, ment coedi- 85-5262290 days, cond., $31K, 700-6640 LTseat 8, eraiz. c1nd0- -D ens Chambers (confo- clouding non-residents
$800 334-793-52488 5 factory wrnty, allI the ltion, garage kept, 96K eves. 8050-594-9931 7LT, seats 8, eic. condi- er Chambers (confe- cluding non-residents
Suzski'06 Bouleverd options, like new, miles, $9,000,229-334- Nissan 06' Frontier/Ni- tion. 14,000 actual mi. ..... .- rence room), owning property o
800,750 mi. like new 34mpg. Asking $12,800. 8719 Dodge 95'Ram P/U, smo, V6, Automatic, 4 orig. price. 36,000, ask- Nissan'07 Armada, questions will bec therein and all others
$5,800.334-618-2542. Call John at 334-477- 2500 HD, good cond., wheel drive, all power, ng $14,800. 334-333- Black/tan, oil changes e 2008 at havi or claiming any
733068, $2,800.OBO677-2805 tow package.35,300k 1685&warranty,$2,500, 5:0 PM Central Time right title or interest in
Triumph'73 chopIbi per, in Call Jf 3-010 5:00 PM Central Time, right, title or interest in
custom builtiliami m -- Eddie Ba uer'04 Expedi- Call Jeff 334-701-8303 or Questions must be sub- property t be affected
nice bike, lots 7207 or 50-260-9424 Lacy 34-701-6020. mitted in writing to theythe issuance of the
chrome, runsgood chairs,107K mi. 10,500 NISSAN ARMADA'05 County Engineer e-maill bonds herein described,
$3,500. 334-984-2044 Mtsubh06Lanceo2 8 OBO 334-673-0823. fully loaded even navi- lalvarez acksonco. nt or to be affected
W inRally A/C Power D cks 3 For d '03 Excursion Ed- nation 85k miles. Need y fa 850)482- tere aer before
- Windows$&0Doordlocks, ie Bauer. 2WD. Excel- 'payoff $18,000 9063) with a copy to the the Honorable Judge
AFnancso Avai e lent conditioner 1,Fully (334)695-4965, Purchasing Director William L. Gary on te
a -lent condition. e-maill shascher@jac-29th dayof October
SFord'68 F stepsde oaded.Mustsell. Nissan'02 Pathfinder; fax 2008, at 10:00 a.m. in
Call John 334-797-0420 REDUCED, MUST SELL,. Loaded /options (850)482-9682).the Leon County Court-
or Jason 334-714-1601 runs great 18K mi. Dodge6 WRam, Silver, Excellent ond.n$12,000. n Paketa 0809-01 on house 301 South Mn-
black, MSTA $5,500 Auto 6 cy 2WD 23k Nissan 07 Fronte 0006820 9- the Leon County Court-
Auto. 6 cyl. 2WD. 23k, Picl aA nt il a B 334-447-0053 our web page www.jac- roe Street, Courtroom
a lobo.334-671-3772. Pw Pick-up. Like new. Sil- oruto
SFord '08 F350Lariat I obo, 334-671-3772 Power steer, CD, A/C, PcDdge9 ksoncountyflCus 6ids 365-1, Tallahassee,
VERUCCI '05 50CC, Crew Cab SRW 4WD Like new. Cust exhaust ver, Auto.6-cyl.2 WD. Nissan '04 Xterra, 64K isncuntyfl Bids 5-, Tall 3 an sh
eudiu'03 5k 334 70 4 9 $159 r33 6934987. T 00 3i4 4er46t will be opened and re- PM r cause why the pray,
stroke, 120 MPG plus 45 Pick-up. Blue over. bed cover, rails, foot 3,800 mi. Loaded, mi., 4x4, AT, $9,800 c orded at 2:00 PM (ore w
MPH, Sportsterreplica beige, Auto. 6.4LTurbo il$18k,334-790,4 .OBO,334-983-4446 immediately thereaf-rofthe Coi E r
1,200334-355-1339be- Die milesPessan ont XE Nissan'06'XterraS, ter) on November 6, Validation should not
for 6 PM fect condition. Loaded, trucksilver, bedliner, black, V6,auto33k 2008 at the Jackson be ranted and the le-
warranty, $44,000 obo 6,8uto 33k 00
Victory 1999 1500, 5K Ca 334-447-8304. cd sp manual 4-cyl, FORD97 Expedition miles $16,500334-300- County Board of County aty of al pced s
American made bike Call334 .pwrpkg, lots of extras, fully'loaded, candy 8102 leave message. Comnissi ors Board in connection therewith
$6000 Firm 334-618-r. Dd L green, excellent condi- Room S at 284 Mdison ad other matters set
8457 ub Tru, Ext.Cab 492 Iv msg tion $5,500 334-355- Street. should not be vaid ated
G, V6, Loae, Ir, Auto.Diesel 4 WD. 0454, 334-616-7269hould nt be validated
$2,500OBO334-355- avail. $17900. John 334- Chevrolet'57Bie8-Air,4 150,000 miles, fair Cab, Black, Pick-up. Au- Ford'07Explorer Eddie and contract docu- therein prayed.
0491 797-0420 or Jason 714- door, new eng. & paint, brakscondition. Power to.,8c.4WD.47,000, Bauer, V6, 3rd row seat ments will be open for IT IS FURTHEROR
S a 75% refurbished. Man brakes, Power Loaded, Like new. Ask- akng$20,975 obo Call public inspection after DERED that prior to the
Yamaha 02' Zuma extras Taking bids steering, CD, A/C ing payoff, Cal334333 34-797-476 on tober at dat set forthehear
Scooter. 6400 mi. P: Nissan '05 Maxima SL, starting at $12,000. Call AM/FM, stereo, 07J97. the Road and Bridge of- on said Complaint fo
125mpg, Windshield. & fully loaded, leather int. (334) 793-5534 s -el,0 ne Toya 0. I urne.r fice at 2828 Owens Validation, the Clerk of
Se BdluggagecmrcshskCexcurPlbose sound syslem&tnl caused
luggage rack.excel. Prem., silver/ bl bose sound system & 3 5NISSAN '05 Titan.4 L TD, Humer gr.en Ta Street. Bid documents this Not ice a
condo. $1600.850-352- custom paint, leath- garage t exc 7300 ][H AVy TRUcKs/ 3door.4lack, .8-her ei mustbeotaineerdfrom: ofrto isoNoccsea
___ dour. Black, Auto. 8- iiher, Ioi euCd lcei must be obtained from: copy of this Notice and
4723 r. $31,900. Call 334- cond., 1 owner, $17,300 cyl. WD.6-disc in- noron County'Engineer Order to Show Cause to
Yamaha618-244. payff.Call (334) 714- TRALER Ford'02 F150, 4 125K ash changer 31k 85 5 Attn: Larry Alvarebe published ina news-
Ym.Garagekept with Ford '3,5Thun 0671 Cn ml, AT, P9, Tilt, Cruise, miles, excellent conu,- i d n,,, 2828 Owens Street Count iral Coun-
mi. Garage kept with Cub Cadet zero turn PW/D, Good Condition. R di $24000 /oo. '
mo Cal 229-92ur532.32#46 (850) 482-9677 ty, Florida, ac n
334-239-0055 82Kmi, owner,$4000. Exc.cond.white, war- w/5X8 trailer ext. County, Florida, and
Will trade. Call334-632- rrenty, 29K mi, $17,500 warr. 1 yr. old. Fod '01 F150 4DR XLTa County, Flori-
Yamaha 9Zuma125 8024 080334-714-6616 $2600.760-409-6204 V8Triton, 76K,Tov Nissan '07 Titan 5.6LE '00 iongeayment of-$ (no each wee for
spkg. True workhorse! with king cab, 1 owner. m xi H 1 ,0 S'le IT ien ciiarg pen set which consecutive
only 10 miles!! 90mpg, Ford '64 Thunder- Nissan'08Altima2.5S, Ford '99 350 V-10 super- $12,000.850-215-1338 Leather. Loaded, 13,500 r.o-STar sunro. amount constitutes the eks, the first publica-
64smph4$290.5k miles, eL'vO PHltvr. rrenl., cost of reproduction weeks the first publica-
brd, 8Kmiown-dt et a .t miles. $24,000.334-794- tion to be not less than
334-701-4243. er, $4000. Will trade, warranty, 1 owner, like pack., exc. cond. 78K Forcd'02 F250 Ext. cab 8295. before 0lam or Iv. .(, 34-.r5 0119 and handling. This pay- twenty (20) days before
Yamaha200 252 334-632-8024newcondition.$17,900 mi. $6,750. 850-638- 4WD, 7.3 Diesel, Mint mess.334-48-0780. ave message nt will not be re- t at st or said
srepo p334-750-4698 9771. Condition black, all Toyota'64,4-Runner funded. heda
sroeron ritpi-leather, lots of extras. Nissan '06 Titan SE 73K SR5 Silver. Excellent AND IT IS FURTHER OR-
3400 Ford95'Mustang,Co- FREIGHTLINER'01, $16KOBO 334-685-3832 burgundy, king cab, 4 condition. 67K miles. ,The Owner reserves DEED ANDFUR ER O
4-726-3842 nvertable $2500 850- FDL120. Semi truck, door, tow package, Electric, leather, Spoil- the right to waive any DERED that b such ublica-
726-026 810,000 mi good cond. Ford'05 F150, X4,ex- loaded.$11,000. Work er,$17,000 obo. 334- informality or to reject t hat, by such publica-ll
$19K OBO, 850-352-4808 tended cab, silver, 39k 598-3874, cell 726-9500 791-9595. any or all bids. Eac the players,
milesall-power. Bidder must deposit o taxpayers, property
Freightliner'04 M2. 28K 18500. 3347260435 ith his/her bid securi owners, citizens and
GVWR,26ftb with his/her bid, secur- others having or claim-
GVWR, 26ftboxw/6ft ty in the amount, form any right, title or in-
attic, CAT engine 159K Ford '04 F150 Fx4, SuperGM 01YknSTen amount, form
'.n8 300 Z miles. Excellent Condi- Cab -disc CD, 68K m., GMC'o01 Yukon SLT, and subject to the con- te rt i property
2+2 2nd owner, tin.24,000.7-1221 $5,500, Ca(334)897- Leather, Third row, editions provided in the in Gadsen County,
2+2 2ndwner, all tion. 24,000.798-1221 500,Call(334)897-Tow Package, Good Information for Bidders Forida JacksonCoun-
or,mexc.scond. ood/ Freightliner92'60se- 052tires,$10,200.714-9510. Sureties used for ob- ty Florida, Wakulla
Ford '96 Thunderbird, d. res Lint. oded ries, Fuller transmis- Ford '02 F150 Lariat, Ex- training bonds must ap- County Florida, includ-
W hit e rb6i2400 d nsion, Good for log truck tra Cab, toolbox, new H 8 So R pear as acceptable ac- ing non-residents own-
it793-9V620 or 334- wa794-ts.RHasoig. or long haul. 9000:850- factory trans. 108Kmi., Toyta'04RunnerR- cordin to the Depart- g property orsubject
6234 aSRP$,00 0m0. 334- 638-7290/850-527-2229. runs great. $8500 080, Toyota'00TacomaPe- Pon 52-WD $8700.112k ment of Treasury Circu- to taxation therein and
-Call (334) 596-9968 runner et. dab, brush GMC '0 Yukon SLT miles. West Main Car lar 570.
Ge '93 Metro, 3 y. 2 or 334-596- Gooseneck Trailer, 20f Sales W. Main. Street claiming any right, title
drOOBLE 0 h noe2 .2et NK i7 44s d rat awn fo a period of to be affected
II GM '75 El Dorado, fully a143k, $4',500 334 850-890-0097 5454, leave message Our4124 or 334-797-7603. limited edit on, tan scheduled closing time herein described or to
'restored, $10,000. 229- 143p 7 $4,500000.334- 850-000-00975454,leaveN leather interior, sun- fun receipt of bids.
$500 Cars from $500! rtr$334-8719 29 7792GOOSENECK TRAILER be in pat pwith roof, 19k miles $9006 forreeirebsbe affected in any tway
Police Impounds for Nissan'90 300zx. 30' flat bed, dual axle Ya Hot b 334-794-6130 To the extent applic- thereby be andtdefey
sale! For listings Honda "03 Accord,. White, 143k, $4,700. 14,000 lb capacity like Y IHto able to this project, at- dant to th is rocen-
800-570-8736 x2802 coupe, sunroof, leather 334-797-9652. new, $4,000 334-695- List Your Bi tention of Bprdders s dan that is proceedings
850-685-5542(Troy) Pontaic'84Trans-Am RecruitmentAd V S particularly called to shall have jurisdiction
ram air, hard top con- Volvo'97 dump truck Today! the requirements as to of them to the same ex-
vertible, 2 sweater. Very W-4, t-axle, 16' body. conditions of employ- tent as if named as de-
Brare ar $8,500 0334-792- ext. side, C swingbarn Ford '03 F-1 Lariat CharoalBronze oad- ,n minimum wage plaint and personally
4100 or 334-618-9101 door. $19,500. 334- 44 Leather, Supernewed, GPS34Kmiles 8K rates to be paid under s erved with process in
age, L~aded-$1,600. Segregated Facilities, DONE AND ORDERED at
0 CrB0vtt Red/Bl cOnly$00tOBi. c ea n e go o r $6900, Order 11246, and all ap- hassee, Florida, this 6th

Ithr, AT Entirely new Honda '03 Civic Coupe 791-169/04. 1 0 pu brakes, Power steering, dackie Fulfordt Esq.
AC/PW&L Garage Kept Automatic, One Owner Pontiac'067 GTO, 6.0, '06 model 24' Ca haul- Toyota 06 Tacoaste- IN PARTICULAR BID- illLewis.E.
7400 or 596-0157 7800.120k miles. (334)West 400HP 24,000 miles, Like new $50 e auto 6 cy 4 WDF Honda 06 Element 20kAE ndS CER

Bradnew2 rims, I(334)733-0579,Cl$094400080 Dodge'95 Caravan,-6 gEXECUTED AND SUB- CIu d
o e sr 86038503 2 ak e d po m cylon ES, reat motor, auto, of Florida and bonding Conformed copies to:THE
3471 7Dothan. 850-352- 22" RIMS Ford '05 F Pick CD AC AM/FM o nda'05 ancr miles, Loaded, Power mets Christopher B.OF D PROPOS-Esq
A w Honda '03 Civic EX 3752/850-557-6666 1300 uns we lo ishif) brakes, Pwd Low Dodge '99 Caravan, VJackie Fulfrd, Esq.
Aura2 ntgranesp, 7 mes, $8,8. 0 G6, 4 cyl., (850) 209-6606 8V2 WD. 05,500, very dlean, nranty CD, A/C. AM/FM, sC- IN PARTICULAR, BID- Bill Lewis, Esq.
BAckentCOrun spdiwll R 5k -3, 3- ,7-35 Or O silver,4 dour,04K ma., Camper shell, oneyr, excellentcundi- Like new. $23,900.Ca res, runswell, leather DERS SHOULD NOTE
Grat condo. 2,000o0bo, )-6 Bc LIKe new.)'3$140000. Calll334-30, TIFICATIONS TO BE A A
Brand newH26" rims, (334)733-0579 Call 334-3472717.. 793R Dodge4'95 Caravan, 6 NEXECUTED AND SUB- 5

Audi '03 A6 power mg p lu long term lease. $9,500. L H, 8 shift), Gren 2wd Low Dodge '99 Caravan, V6, AL. U

334-983-44 n.46,2dr, 7o 4 iDAYSA A' 6G,'Et Cb ut erfi- Jep WEEKke,44 47,C 3477-63 LEFIHA CP~uIGACESI-u 5 E~eAY~

nav., system, call for ing pay-off $15,000. 15,400, Loaded, leather. owner Crew Cab, 67,500 $12,000. 86k mi., exc. runs great, new paint, FORD 02 Van LF14299
more info. $28500 OBO 334-618-3025 Like new. $22,500, mi., two tone paint, all Ford '01 F150 Super Cab cond. Call 334-475-1785. $5500 080, Call (334) Econoline, red, hyd visit us at
229-308-1493 Honda'07 Civic Coupe 334-886-2399. power, $14,500, Lariat, loaded, leather Tond. c701-3974 wheelchairlift, IN THE CIRCUIT ww ,icforidan .orn a
----------Hond *'07 Civic Coupe Call 334-792-2724 CD Player $9,500. Toyota '99 Tacoma 4X4 auto, AC, PB, PS, CD, COURTOF, THE SEC-
Bonneville '05 GXP, Touch screen GPS navi- Race Car Dirt late mod- Financing Available- single cab 4 cyl. auto, Jeep '05 Grand Chero- AM/FM, 87.818 mi, OND JUDICIAL CR-
North Star V8 engine, nation system, DVD el '05 CJ Rayburn & 28' Chevrolet '73 10-Wheel- WAC. 31/1050 all terrian tires. kee, automatic, A/C, Gr cond. $10,500. CUlT IN AND FOR .
Metalic grey,50K miles player, 26K mi., black, inclosed hawler. Many er with grain body. 334- Call John 334-797-0420 120k, $9,000 OBO. 334- CD, extra clean, 334-618-3332. LEON COUNTY,
$18,500 850-209-1087 $16,000 786-223-2278. extras. 334-355-0298. 794-2398 or Jason 334-714-1601 685-7207; 850-258-3018 $18,500. 334-792-0645. LEO ORIDANTY,



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