Jackson County Floridan

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Jackson County Floridan
Sunday paper issued from <1979-1985> as:
Sunday Floridan
Portion of title:
Jackson County Floridan
Place of Publication:
Marianna, Fla
Chipola Pub. Co.
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Daily (except Saturday and Monday)[<1979-1995>]
Weekly[ FORMER 1934-<1955>]
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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
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4 held in three meth busts

Since Thursday, the Jackson County
Drug Task Force has detained four men in
three separate methamphetamine busts.
According to the task force, a Grand
Ridge man and a Marianna man were
arrested Friday. Two other men were
arrested in a rolling meth lab bust
On Friday afternoon, on Highway 60
and Interstate 40, investigators with the
task force made contact with Darvin
Albert Dudley of Grand Ridge. Dudley
was found to be in possession of a duffle
bag containing acid, ammonia nitrate,
Coleman camp fuel and other items used
in the manufacture of methamphetamine,
the task force reported.
A narcotics detection canine then-alert-
ed to the odor of narcotics within the vehi-
cle. Investigators discovered items used to,

Darvin Albert Titus Ray Joshua
Dudley Bontrager Nelson

ingest methamphetamine,- the task force
According to the task force, Dudley, 39;,
was charged with attempting to manufac-
ture methamphetamine and possession of
drug paraphernalia. He wais booked into
the Jackson County Correctional Facility.
Also on Friday afternoon, the task force
arrested Titus Ray Bontrager, 46, of


Marianna. He was charged with posses-
sion of a controlled substance (metham-
phetamine), possession of drug parapher-
nalia, and tampering with evidence.
According to the task force, a traffic
stop was conducted at the Sunoco gas sta-
tion on Highway 71 South, where a nar-
cotics canine alerted to the vehicle
Bontrager was driving.

Inside the vehicle, task force investiga-
tors located items used to ingest metham-
phetamine. Investigators also located a
plastic bag containing methamphetamine
inside Bontrager's pants pocket, the task
force reported. According to the task
force, Bontrager resisted officers and
attempted to destroy the evidence as office
attempted to remove the plastic bag.
Bontrager was arrested and booked into
the Jackson County Correctional Facility.
Authorities have released more informa-
tion about the traffic stop that resulted in a
meth bust Thursday. Tents, trailers and
investigators covered a parking lot at the
intersection of Hllighway 90 and Hall Street
in Marianna Thursday, as the Jackson
County Drug Task -Force. dismantled a
rolling meth lab.
Authorities have released more informa-
tion about the traffic stop that resulted in a

See METH, Page 9A �

New extension office director named Charges

Doug Mayo is officially the
new Jackson County Extension
Director. It's a role he said is
responsible for providing tools to
a talented team of extension
agents who cover a variety of
Mayo, who has served as an.
extension agent for more than
eight years, has specialized in
helping residents and businesses
with livestock, pastures, hay-.
fields,, .fish ponds and 4-H. He
said he'll continue on with that
role, while serving as the exten-
sion office's administrator.
"Ed Jowers, who retired as the
director back in December, had
the expertise in peanuts. And just
like-that, I'll still offer my expert-
ise in livestock while serving as
administrator,"' Mayo ,said. "The
job of the administrator is not to
tell people how to do their work.
We've hired excellent people. My
job is to just make sure that they
have what they need to do their
jobs well, to be able to provide
opportunities and information to
the people of Jackson County.
There are a variety of things that
we do."
While most people think of

Doug Mayo, left, and Mack Glass look over cattle. - Contributed photo

agriculture when they think of the
extension office, Mayo said there
are many other facets to the serv-
ices the extension agents provide.
He said agent Clyde Smith

does row crops and pest manage-
ment; Charles Brasher handles
small farms, vegetable gardens
and home gardening; Joan
Elmore deals with family and

consumer sciences; and many
support staff help run the office.
"Currently there are four
See NEW, Page 9A >

Malone council member election next week

The Town of Malone will hold an election
for a new council- member and about 60
amendments to its town charter on Tuesday,
Sept. 8.
The Town of Campbellton was-also sched-

uled to have an election that day, but all those
facing re-election are running unopposed.
According to Malone Town Clerk Linda
Wilson, council member Theresa Bergmiian
resigned before her term ended. Wilson said
that seat will be included in the election, as a
two-year term.
Those who have announced their candidacy

for that seat are Kenneth Campbell,. Vicki
Garrett and Freddie Jones.
' Wilson's position, and two other council
seats, are also up for election, but the three
are running unopposed.
Wilson and council members Brenda
See ELECTION, Page 9A >



going to

grand jury


An Alabama'
district court case
against suspended Bruce
Chipola College Bruce
professor Eugene White
Bruce.. White .wis
dismissed Friday. The misde-
meanor charge against him was
not dropped, but transferred into
the felony case against White,
Houston County, Ala. court
records show.
White, 64, was arrested in July,
when Alabama authorities allege
he made an atomic bomb threat
after he was stopped for allegedly
avoiding a traffic check point.
From the incident, White was
charged with misdemeanor
obstruction of a government
operation, as well as making ter-
rorist threats - a class C felony,
according to Houston County
court records. White could face

See JURY, Page 9A >

Police seek


Marianna native's invention given to Sunland woman

Post-polio syndrome in his
adult years cost John Swett the
ability to take a leisurely walk
down his favorite, Panhandle
Now, an invention by him and
his brother have made walking in
the sand possible for Swett and
many others.
John and Tom Swett's Beach
Scoot Accommodator II, with a
patent' pending, was recently
donated to Sunland by their
friend Ed Gee of Snellville, Ga.
"The scooter is an all-terrain.
mobile assist vehicle, designed to
be handicap user friendly. It will
go over all terrains, including the
softest beach sands, snow, ice,
mud and through woods. It's a
green all-season vehicle that is
very easily operable and runs on
a 24-volt electric system," John
Swett said.
He said the scooter holds an
average of two people at a time,
and is narrow enough to fit
through a 36-inch door frame. It
can go for a stretch of about six
miles down the beach at a time,

Swett said. The fastest it can go is
about six miles per hour.
The device will be located at
the ADA-accessible William J."
Rish State Park, operated by
Sunland. Attendance at the park-
is limited to Florida citizens who
are handicapped or disabled and
their guests, according to residen-
tial services supervisor Russell
Register. It is located on Cape
San Bias in Port St. Joe.
"Our park is specially designed
for Florida. citizens who are
developmentally disabled and
may use a wheelchair to ambu-
late. It gets tough go to the beach
with a regular wheelchair or
crutches, especially for those
with poor ambulatory status. This
scooter will afford many of them
an opportunity to walk. on the
beach, so to speak," Register
See SUNLAND, Page 9A >

John Swett shows Sunland
Superintendent Tracy
Clemmons bhow the beach
scooter being donated to
Sunland operates. - Mark
Skinner / Floridan

,-A Marianna
woman was repoft-
'ed as missing and
endanger re d
Saturday, accord-
ing to the
Marianna Police ' Margaret
,Department. White Scott
Margaret White
Scott, of 2933 Milton Ave., Unit
D6, Marianna. was reported
missing 'by her family, according
to police.
Authorities said Scott was last
seen in the company of Vicki
Jones of 5302 12th St., Malone.
Scott and Jones were last seen
riding in a 2001 Silver Kia
Sportage being driven by Jones
Friday, at approximately 1 p.m.,
at Hardee's on East Highway 90
in Marianna, police reported.
Scott is believed to be without
identification and her necessary
medication, Marianna police
Anyone with any information
regarding the whereabouts of
Scott or Jones may contact the
'Marianna Police Department at

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Publisher - Valeria Roberts
Managing Editor - Michael Becker
Circulation Manager - Dena Oberski

Contact Us
Telephone: (850) 526-3614
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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The Jackson County
Floridan's policy is to cor-
rect mistakes promptly. To
report an error, please call
526-3614 Monday-Friday.

August 31 - Monday
* The Parkinson's Support Group meets at
noon in Jackson Hospital's ground floor
Education Classroom, 4250 Hospital Drive,
Marianna. Matthew Dallefeld MS, RD, will
present "Nutrition for the Parkinson's Patient."
Lunch provided. Caregivers welcome. No cost.
* The Town of Grand Ridge's budget work
session is at 6 p.m., to discuss the budget for
fiscal year 2009-2010. Call 592-4621.
* Alcoholics Anonymous has an open meet-
ing Mondays, .8-9 p.m. at the First United
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna. Meet in the AA room.

September 1 - Tuesday
* Optimist Club of Jackson County meets
every first and -third Tuesday, at noon, in Jim's
Buffet and Grill in Marianna.
* Christine Gilbert teaches free quilting, cro-
.cheting or knitting classes Tuesdays, 1 p.m. at
the Jackson County Senior Citizens center,
2931 Optimist Drive, Marianna. Call 482-5028.
* The Childbirth Education Class series
begins today at 5:30 p.m. and continues each
Tuesday through Sept. 22, in the Jackson
Hospital ground floor classroom, 4250
Hospital Drive, Marianna. Husbands/other
supporters invited. Bring a favorite pillow.
Materials, snacks provided. No cost. Call 526-
2412, ext. 162.
* A "Sweet Sixteen" planning meeting starts
at 6 p.m. in the Marianna High School Library.
* The Ted, Walt VFW Post 12046 officers'
meeting starts at 6 p.m.
* Alcoholics Anonymous has an open meet-
ing Tuesdays, 8 to 9 p.m., at the First United

Methodist Church, .2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna. Meet in the AA room.

September 2 - Wednesday
* Alcoholics Anonymous has an open meet-
ing Wednesdays, noon to 1 p.m., at the First
United Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna. Meet in the AA room.

September 3 - Thursday
*. Covenant Hospice offers its free monthly
support group for caregivers of Alzheimer's
the first Thursday of every month, 9 to 10 a.m.
at the Marianna office, 4440 Lafayette St.,
across from the courthouse. Light refresh-
ments will be served. Registration required;
call 482-8520 or 888-817-2191.
* The Florida Department of Transportation
Public Information Meeting regarding pro-
posed bridge replacement project on JS Jones
Road is 5-6 p.m. in the Graceville Civic Center,
5224 Brown St., Graceville. Interested persons
will have an opportunity to express. their views
on the proposed project.
* The William Dunaway Chapter, Florida
Society, Sons of the American Revolution,
meets at Jim's Buffet and Grill in Marianna,
with a Dutch-treat meal at 6:30 p.m. Guest
speaker: Retired Army Col. Michael Whitehead
of Tallahassee. Anyone interested S.A.R. is
welcome. Call 594-6664.
* Ted Walt VFW Post 12046 and Ladies
Auxiliary host a general membership meeting;
pot luck at 6 p.m., meeting shortly after 7 p.m.
* Grieving Parents Support Group meets the
first Thursday of the month, 7 p.m., Eastside
Baptist Church Fellowship Hall. Anyone experi-

encing grief from the loss of a child, regardless
of child's age, is welcome. Refreshments pro-
vided. Call 526-5618 or 573-0535.
* AA meets Thursdays for a "closed discus-
sion," 8 to 9 p.m., at the First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna. Meet in
the AA room. Attendance limited to persons
with a desire to stop drinking.

September 4 - Friday
* First Friday Power Breakfast - The Jackson'
County Chamber of Commerce and
Government Affairs Committee's third annual
Local Government Appreciation Breakfast is 7-
9 a.m. at the Agriculture Conference Center,
2741 Pennsylvania Ave., Marianna. Speaker:
Lynn Tipton, Florida League of Cities.
* Jackson County Habitat for Humanity
Warehouse is open the first weekend of every
month. Hours of operation are Friday, 9 a.m. to
5 p.m.; and Saturday 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
* Alcoholics Anonymous has an open meet-
ing Fridays, 8 to 9 p.m., at the First United
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna. Meet in the AA room.
* Today is the application deadline for the
2009 Graceville Harvest Festival Pageant,
which is scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 12, at 2
p.m. and 6:30 p.m. Entry fee is $50. Proceeds
benefit the Graceville Harvest Day celebration.
Many categories and age groups for age infant
through 21. Call 263-4744 or 263-3072.
* Today is the deadline to apply for
Supplemental Educational Services (free read-
ing, math tutoring) offered to Jackson County
Title I school students who qualify. For details,
contact your child's school, or call 482-1200.


The Marianna Police.
Department listed the fol-
lowing' incidents for Aug.
27 and 28, the latest avail-
able reports: Four traffic
accidents, two reckless
drivers, two suspicious
vehicles, four suspicious
persons, one information
report, one highway
obstruction, one subject
down,, one mentally ill per-
son, one burglary, four
vehicle burglaries, one dis-
turbance, one fire, two bur-
glar alarms, one fire alarm,
one shooting in the area
call, one larceny, one van-
dalism, one civil dispute,
three trespassing com-
plaints, two obscene/threat-
ening phone calls,- one
found property, one juve-
nile complaint, two loud
noise complaints, two dog
complaints, one agency
assist, 10 public service
calls, oile threat/harassment
complaint, one worthless
document, one iniscella-
neous call, one misde-
meanor battery, one felony
battery and 15 traffic stops.

The Jackson County
Sheriff's Office listed the
following incidents for
Aug. 27 and 28, the latest

available reports: Four
abandoned vehicles, five
alarms, four animal control
calls, two, agency assists,
one battery report, one bur-
glary, two civil disputes,
one criminal registration,
one vandalism complaint,
seven disturbances, three
drug investigations, one
drunk pedestrian, 19 EMS
calls, four fingerprint sets
taken, one fire, one found
property, one funeral
escort, one hospice death,
one information report, one
juvenile complaint, one
larceny, . one loud
noise/niusic complaint, one
miscellaneous escort, six
public service calls, one
sex offense report, one
shooting in
the area call, --,- -. --
one stalking _."- ,.- ,-.'-
complaint, .- ._..
16 suspi-;CRIME
cious minci- 4 -
son/vehicle complaints,
one threat, three traffic
accidents, 21 traffic stops,
one transport, three prison-
er transports, four trespass-
ing complaints, three viola-
tions of injunction, two
VIN verifications, 13 .war-
rant arrests, four reckless
drivers, one 911 hang up
and two open, doors investi-

The following persons
were booked into dithe coun-.
ty jail during the latest
reporting periods:
'-William McCroan, 30,
4749 Fieldstone Court,
Marianna, home invasion
-Debra Cook, 50, 3075
College St., Marianna, vio-
lation of county probation
-Charles Cook, 53, 3075
College St., Marianna, vio-
lation of county probation
-Trashad Roberts, 18,
2833 Washington St.,
Marianna, possession of
less than 20 grams of mari-
juana, possession of drug.
-Don Hartsfeild, 54,
3354 Highway 71,
Marianna, 29 counts of
worthless checks.
-Joseph Harrison, 40,
4571 - Cresent Lane,
Marianna, hold for court
(hold for Dept. of
-Jerald Land, 26, 2479
Dellwood Drive, Marianna,
violation of state probation
(felon in possession of a
-Duan Hayes, 36, 4539
Bartow Road, Greenwood,

fugitive from justice (Ala.).
-Wilbur Jones, 54, 1370
Bright Prospect Road,
Marianna, violation of con-
ditional release (violation
of county probation-DUI).
-Michael Griswell, 44,
828 White Ave., Graceville,
aggravated battery with a
deadly weapon.
-JoshuA Nelson, 32, 390
Edge Ave., Valparaiso, pos-
session of listed chemicals,
possession of methamphet-
amine, possession of less
than 20 grains of marijuana,
possession of drug para-
-Jajuan Griggs, 40, 65
Jacks Road, Ponce de Leon,
possession of listed chemi-
cals, possession of metham-
phetamine, possession of
less than 20 grams of mari-
juana, possession of drug
-Sonja Smith, 28, 6103
Mellow Trail, Marianna,
aggravated battery.
-Rayn Lipford, 27, 4479
Marion St., Marianna, cru-
elty to animals.
-Michael Knight, 25,
4255 Hicksville Road,
Graceville, non-payment of
child support, hold for
Calhoun County.
-Jerry Jackson, 21, 4747
Southern Willow Lane,
Orlando, hold for court
(hold for DOC).

-Darvin Dudley, 39,
2665 Highway 90, Grand
Ridge, attempt to manufac-
ture controlled substance',
possession of drug para-
-Dennis Edwards, 46,
2942 West Manor Drive,
Marianna, aggravated
assault with a deadly
-Gerald Lee, 20, 4085
Edgewood Drive,
Marianna, hold for court
(hold for DOC).
-Harry Parker, 33, 2404
Jefferson Road,
Tallahassee, grand theft
auto, fleeing and attempting
to elude.
-Titus B1ontrager, 46,
1479 Mission Road,
Marianna, possession of a
controlled substance, pos-
session of drug parapherna-
lia, tampering with evi-
-Michael Bricco, 33,
5148 Hudson Drive,
Marianna, domestic battery,
aggravated assault.


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Community Calendar

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turns 9
Shan i a ne

is the son
and Rhoda Shane Austin
Moody of Moody
Grandparents are Robert
Cloud, Sandra Williams,
Mancil Moody and Barbara
Austin, along with his
Granny Sandra celebrated
their birthdays with a foot-
party at his home.
Family and friends
enjoyed putting on team tat-
toos, swimming, the slip-
and-slide, water balloons
and a football pinata. Fried
chicken, hot wings, potato
salad, baked beans, slaw,
macaroni salad, rolls arid
birthday cake were served.
Austin also got to spend a
fun-filled day at Panama
City Beach with his dad,-.
mom, bothers Garrett and
Tucker, and sister Alaina,
where he enjoyed the beach
and the arcades.


is seven
. Tionna
Means of
her sev-
enth birth-
day on
.Tionna Aug. 18,
Shanell Means 2009. She
i is the
daughter of Clarissa
Montgomery and Ronnell
Means of Marianna.
Grandparents are Melissa
Durant of Marianna,
Gregory Houser of Miami,
and Orastine Johnson and
Arthur Johnson of
Great-grandparents are
Dewey Jones and Mary
Jones of Marianna.
A party was held Aug. 18
at Chow Time Restaurant in
Panama City, followed by
shopping at the Toys-R-Us
toy store.



Davis of
celebrated 0
his first Kev'on Mykel
birthday Davis
on Aug.
19, 2009. He is the son of
Porsha Glanton and Al
Steve Davis, both of
Marianna. Grandparents are
Cynthia and Richard Blount
of.Marianna, and Michelle
and Marshal Jackson of
Tallahassee: He has one sis-
ter, Keshona Glanton; one
uncle, Jokquez Orange; and
a special aunt, Sandra
A "Spider-Man" party
was held at his home in
Cottondale Village on Aug.
21, with all his family and

Dr DanielleW. Williams


welcome a son

Kevin and Jodi
NeSmith of Sneads are
pleased to announce the
birth of their son, Keaton
Thomas NeSmith.
Keaton was born June 4,
2009, 10:58 p.m. at
Tallahassee Memorial.
At birth he weighed 7
pounds, 15 ounces and
was 20 V4 inches in
Maternal grandparents
are' Jody Nichols of
Greenwood, and Belinda
and Robert Wyman of
Paternal grandparents
are Juanita and David
Pippin of Sneads, and
Chester NeSmith of
Maternal great-grand-
parents . are Annette
Nichols of Bascom, the
late Charles Nichols of
Bascom, and Frasier and
Shirley Jones of

Keaton Thomas
Paternal great-grand-
parents are Toby and
Madie Smith of Sneads,
and the late Mr. and Mrs.
Buster NeSmith of
Keaton joins a sister,
Lexi NeSmith.

.Morris, Robertson

welcome a daughter

The family of Charlie
Joy Robertson proudly
announces that she was
born June 1, 2009, at
4:31 p.m. at Ty Cobb
Memorial Hospital in
Royston, Ga. Charlie
weighed 5 pounds, 7
ounces and was 18 inch-
es long.
She is the daughter 6f
Carrie Morris of
Hartwell, Ga., formerly
of' Chipley, and Josh
Robertson of Hartwell.
. Maternal grandparents
are Jan Cleveland Morris
of Hartwell, formerly of
Chipley, and Cecil
Morris of Chipley.
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Our children are becoming aware of var-
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than in the past. There is a small window
of time to teach and influence our children,
from infancy to the age of going to school.
On many occasions, our young chil-
dren's learning abilities and development
are left up to day care centers and
guardians other than the parents them-
selves. In certain cases, the personality of
a child can be geared more toward that of
the caretakers than the parents and other
family members.
That child is known better by those who
spend time around him, than by their fam-
ily. In other words, the parents and other
family members have to adjust to who
their own child and sibling really is.
One of the reasons some families are
considered dysfunctional is because nega-
tive situations are caused by the lack of
quality time spent together as a family.
There are many parents and relatives who
are compelled to work more than one job
in order to make ends meet, which these
days is very understandable.
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ents who would rather work, even if the
don't have to, in order to avoid the respon-

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FDOT to hold public

information meeting

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Bridge replacement
project on JS Jones
Road in Holmes County
The Florida Department of Transportation
will hold a public information meeting-
regarding proposed bridge replacement
project on JS Jones Road. The meeting will
be held Thursday Sept. 3, from 5p.m. to 6
p.m. at the Graceville Civic Center, 5224
Brown Street, Graceville. The purpose of
this meeting'is to afford interested persons
an opportunity to express their views con-
cerning the proposed project. Improvements
for this project include removal of the exist-
ing wooden bridge and constructing a.con-,

create bridge culvert in its place, minor
drainage improvements, paying of the road-
way approaches, signing and pavement
markings, and sodding of all areas disturbed
by construction. Additional right-of-way
will be needed for the construction of this
project. The project will take about six
months to complete. During construction, JS'
Jones Road will be closed to through traffic.,
Residents north of the bridge can access SR
2, and residents south of the bridge will uti-
lize MA Hodges Road to SR 2. Maps, draw-
ings and other information will be on dis-
play. FDOT representatives will be available
to explain the improvements and answer
questions. There will not be a formal pres-
entation or public testimony period. Public
participation is solicited without regard to
race, color, national origin, age, sex, reli-
gion, disability of family status.

SES signup ends Sept. 4

Students who attend'Title I
schools in Jackson County
may qualify for extra, after-
school academic help
through Supplemental
Educational Services, also
known as SES. SES
providers employ trained
instructors for this free tutor-
ing in the areas of reading
and math. SES is available to
eligible students at these Title
1 schools because the state
has identified these schools

as "in �eed ofiniprovement"
for two or more years. This
service is available to stu-
dents eligible for free or
reduced-price lunch. Parents
may choose the .tutoring
provider that meets their
child's needs. For more
information call and ask for
the person below at your
child's school. The deadline
for applying is Sept. 4.
* Cottondale Elementary,
482-9820, Brenda Jones

* Graceville Elementary
263-4402, Sarah Odbm
* Golson Elementary
482-9607, Katrina Nobles
* Riverside Elementary
482-9611, Melody Pender
* Malone School, 482-
9930, Lisa Orlando
* Grand Ridge School
482-1273, Nell Roach
For additional questions
contact Donna Martin or
Jackie Fay Kelly at the dis-
trict office; 482-1200.

First Friday Power Breakfast

The Jackson County Chamber of
Commerce and Government Affairs
Committee presents its Third Annual "Local
Government Appreciation Breakfast"
Friday, Sept. 4, from 7 to 9 a.m.
It will be held at the Jackson County
Agricultural Conference Center, 2741
Pennsylvania Ave, in Marianna.
Jackson County has 86 elected positions
filled by citizens. This group includes town
councils from the 11 municipalities across
Jackson County, plus county commissioners,
school board members, judicial officials,
constitutional officers, and state and federal
* legislators. This once-a-year event creates an
opportunity to met and recognize the people
selected to serve in elected roles.
The featured speaker is Lynn Tipton, of
the Florida League of Cities.
Tipton will share insights on how and why
Florida's local governments are "at the heart
of citizenship." She is a frequent speaker at
conferences throughout Florida on municipal
and county government lipi6iihas been a,
League employee mi.1_991.1,gimnng as a
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federal and state lobbyist and as the inter-
governmental relations staff member. She
served as assistant to the executive director
from 1995 until 1999, when she helped tc
create the membership development depart.
ment, which now has 16 employees.
Her responsibilities include administering
the Florida City and County Managemenl
Association; FLC outreach and training pro-
grams; municipal incorporation assistance:
FLC publications, meeting planning; and
overseeing the League's resource services.
She is a graduate of Class XIV of Leadership
Florida, and is an active alumni in theii
statewide organization. In 2008, she also
became a visiting adjunct faculty member
for Florida State University, teaching mas-
ter's students in public administration.
.Lynn has her undergraduate and graduate
degrees ' himnistration, anc t-;
ou ~l '.for i"th City of Tallahas
m g'eimtent and budget analyst, a3
spit six years on staff with the U.S. enate.
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Registration continues at Chipola

Fall semester academic classes at Chipola College
began Aug. 24; however, students may enroll in Fall Term
C, which begisis Oct. 1,5.
Three terms are offered during the fall semester. Term
A runs Aug. 24 through.:Dec. 16. Term B is Aug. 24
through'Oct. 15. Term C runs Oct. 1, through Dec 16.
Registration also continues throughout the fall semester
for several Workforce Development Certificate programs.
These include: Automotive Service Technology, Certified
Nursing Assistant (CNA), Computer Systems
Technology, Correctional Officer, Cosmetology,
Corrections, Firefighting and Law Enforcement.
Chipola offers day and evening courses, as well as inde-
pendent study and online courses. Chipola has expanded
its offerings to include more than 40 individual programs,
including B.Sc., A.A., A.Sc., AAS, Workforce
Certificates and Continuing, Education programs.
Eight bachelor of science degree programs are offered,
including: Business Management, Elementary Education,
Mathematics Education (5-9 or 6-12), Science Education
(5-9 or 6-12), Exceptional Student Education and RN to
BSN in Nursing. The Educator Preparation Institute
offers Teacher Certification for those with a B.Sc. in a
non-teaching field. .
The majority of Chipola students are enrolled in the
Associate in Arts degree program, designed for students
who plan to complete their first two years of college work
at Chipola and then transfer to a four year program at
Chipola or another college.
Chipola offers more than a dozen Associate in Science
(degrees which provide professional training associated

Fair livesto ck

show entry time

The Jackson County Fair".. Q, 9rom 3 to 6 p.m. All
is right around the comer, other livestock entry forms
The Fair will be held the and fees for breeding beef,
week'' .Of' Oct. :, 6-10.,: steers and poultry are due at
*Livestock events' to be-held the American Legion Fair
at the fair include poultry Office by Friday, Sept. 15.
and swine sliows on Entry forms, show rules,
Tuesday, Oct 6, the ag judg- and record books are avail-
ing contest and beef show- able'on line for easy down-
manship contest on load by visiting http://jack-
Wednesday, and concludes
with the breeding beef and ml. ,
steer shows on Thursday. Forms may, also be
Entry in the swine show obtained from the Jackson
will take place at the County. Extension Office,
Jackson County Ag -Center at 2741 Pennsylvania Ave.,
on Tuesday5 Sept. 8. Swine Suite ,3, ..:Marianna, FL
exhibitors must bring their 32446' ",.The Extension
hogs, entry.forms and fees Office can also be contact-
to, the Jackson County Ag ed by calling 850-482-
Center, located on Highway 9620.

Troy University Dothan

campus to host free

International Film Series

The Troy - University
Dothanr campus library
will showcase award-win-
ning cinema from around
the world during an
International Film Series
starting in September.
The library has con-
tracted with Film
Movement, a distributor
of independent and for-
eign films, to host a year-
long series of internation-
al film screenings. Films
will be shown on the sec-
ond Tuesday. of each
month at 7 p.m. inside
Sony Hall.
"The films they send us
are not in mainstream
release yet, so people will
be seeing movies that, in
general, they can't see

with specific careers, including: Business
Administration,. Computer Engineering Technology,
Computer Information Technology, Criminal Justice
Technology (Corrections/Law Enforcement and Crime
Scene Invesfigdtion), Culinary Management, Early
Childhood Education, Fire Science Technology,
Networking Services Technology, Nursing (RN and
LPN) and Recreation Technology. One Associate in
Applied Science (AAS) degree program in Criminal
Justice Technology is available.
Three college credit certificate programs are offered in
Child Care Center Management, Emergency Medical
Technician (EMT) and Paramedic.
A variety of continuing education programs are avail-
able on campus in areas ranging from Child Care to Real
Estate. Through partnerships with and, Chipola offers online courses
in courses sych as health care, Internet graphics/Web
design, busii'ess and law.
For information, call the Admission and Records office
at 850-718-2311.:

Chipola College student Jonathan Bruner studies dur-
ing the first week of classes. Fall semester academic
-classes began Aug. 24; however, students may enroll
in Fall Term C which begins Oct. 15. Registration also
continues throughout the fall semester for several
Workforce Development Certificate programs. For
information, call the Admission and Records office at
850-718-2311. - Contributed Photo

anywhere else," Library
Director Christopher
Shaffer said.
The first three films
shown during the series
will be:
Sept 8: "The Drummer"
(2007), a drama from
Hong'Kong b\ director Bj..
Oct. 13: "Somers Tow n"
120081 . a comedy from the
United Kingdom directed
by Shane Meadows.
Nov. 10:, "For -My
Father" (2008), a thriller
from Israeli director Dror
All screenings will be
free and open to the pub-
lic. For more information,
contact Shaffer at (334)
. 983-6556, ext. 320.

Choctaw Pow-wow is Sept. 5-7

The" Choctaw Tribe ,of
Jackson County will have
its annual Pow-wow Sept.
5-7, at the new location,
Cypress Park in Cypress.
Activities begin at 11I
a.m. each day, door prizes
will be given away, and
lunch x\ill be served.

Admission is $5 in advance
or at "the door. Vendor
booths are $20 each.
For tickets, call Lillie
Brown at 526-1463 or 209-
961,2, or Annie Dudley at


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6A Sunday, August 30, 2009 * Jackson County Floridan




Publisher: Valeria Roberts

Managing Editor: Michael Becker

Guest Opinion

Not very


,Just when it seemed that
Republicans would make no mean-
ingful contribution to the health care
debate, along comes party chairman
Michael Steele with the party's
Seniors' Health Care Bill of Rights.
Here's a summary of the five "princi-
* The government should not throw
Americans 65 and over out of
* The government should not-
decide- which doctors Americans 65
and over should see.
* The government should not tell
Americans 65 and over that if they
need surgery they can't have it.
* The government should not tell
Americans 65 and over that they
have to die.
* The government. should not tell
veterans 65 and over that they have
to lose their life savings to pay for
health care.
OK, we're having a little fun here.
But -humor is the natural response to
Mr. Steele's dishonest attempt to
scare seniors abotit health care the
way Democrats have tried to scare
them about Social Security.
Consider, for example, his com-
ments about "end-of-life" counseling
sessions, first proposed by a
Republican senator. "The govern-
ment should simply butt out of con-
versations about end-of-life care and
leave them to seniors, their families
and their doctors." The Democratic
proposals do leave such conversa-
tions to patients, families and doc-
tors. The change is that Medicare
would pay for one every five years.
When Mr. Steele's party controlled
Washington for most of this decade,
the party's showcase health care leg-
islation was aimed at seniors. What
did they get? A Medicare drug pro-
gram that left a coverage gap -into
which many beneficiaries fell. The
Democrats propose to end that gap.
The Republican program.gave hun-
dreds of billions, in unneeded subsi-
dies to insurance and drug compa-
nies. The Democrats propose ending
those subsidies. The Republican pro-
gram also'added $1 trillion to the .
federal budget over 10 years with no
way to pay for it.
Democrats are getting criticism for
discussing a go-it-alone approach to
health care, but if Mr. Steele's talk-
ing points are the best the GOP-can
do, what help would the party be?
Reprinted from the Palhm Beach

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Health care reform.
will help Medicare
Dear editor,
Health care reform will
strengthen, not hurt,
Medicare. For people in
Medicare, reform will protect.
your benefits, ensure you can
choose your doctor, and
strengthen Medicare so it's
there for your children and
As a disabled person, I
depend on Medicare and my
Social Security disability ben-
efits, which I worked for over
40 years. We must demand
that Congress and government
officials do what is necessary

to protect the medical care
benefits that we depend on.
E.C. Davis
Fla. reps urged to
reject proposed
health eare reform
Dear editor,
This is an open letter to
-Rep. Allen Boyd and Sen. Bill
Nelson. -I am writing to both
of you to express my desire as
one of your constituents, con-
cerning your upcoming vote
on health care reform. I am
not a Democrat and have

never voted for you, nor am I
likely to. Be that as it may,
your party's pursuance of this
bill with almost fanatical zeal
without even reading it and/or
understanding it is criminal.
The provisions of this bill
are-nothing more than social-
ized medicine. Socialism is
something I gave 26 years of
my life in the service to pre-
vent from happening to this
country, and now you and
your party are trying to ram it
down our throats. It's bad
enough now with what insur-
ance doesn't pay (and I have
plenty of personal experience
in that department). Your
claim that we will be able to
keep the insurance we have is

patently false. Read Page 16
of the bill. I would venture to
say that if this bill passes, fed-
eral civil servants and federal
retirees will be the first to be
forcibly changed into a "gov-
ernment-approved plan,"
because they are the easiest
targets. This will be followed
by military retirees, whom
you have already shafted once
before. All this will occur
while you yourself are secure
in the knowledge that none of
these measures will apply to
you personally, because
Congress will be exempt from
any bill passed.
Ralph W. Camp Jr


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New letters stir unsolved mystery of child photos


PtORT ST. JOli -- A
inysiterious photo of a
yoIung boy sent to police
and media here has rekin-
dled interest in a 20-year-
old mystery surrounding a
Polaroid of a young boy
and girl. seemingly bound
behind their backs, their
mouths covered with tape.
The recently received pic-
ture shows a young boy
with black marker etched
-across his mouth and face,
as if it had been taped shut.
The boy is similar in
appearthnc'e to one of the
youths in a Polaroid found
here in 1989 that spawned
national attention from
police and the media.
"I think we were just
dumbfounded," said 'Gulf
County Sheriff Joe Nugent,
who was a deputy 20 years
ago when the Polaroid was
found. "It is kind of weird'
these photos, came in near
the anniversary of the orig-
inal case, but if somebody
is trying to send us a clue,
send us one we can act on."
The development
sparked' memories for
many and revived several
unanswered questions:
Who are the children in the
pictures, are they dead or
was Jt a-hoax, and what is
the connection to Port St.
"It obviously is two kids
with terror written all over
them," Nugent said of the
1989 Polaroid. "It's kind of
a bad time when you have
to look at something like
Port St. Joe Police Chief

David 13arnes received two
letters, post marked June 10
and Au g. 10 from
Albuquerque, N.M. The
children in the 1989 picture
are believed by some to be
two children Tara Calico.
and Michael Paul Henley
reported missing in New
One letter contained a
photo, printed on, copy
paper, of a young boy with
sandy brown hair.
Someone had drawn a
black band in ink on the
photo, over the boy's
mouth, as if it were covered
in tape like the 1989 pic-
ture. The second letter con-
tained an original image of
the boy.,
On Aug. 12, The Star.
newspaper in Port St. Joe
received a third letter, also
postmarked in
Albuquerque on Aug. 10
and depicting the same.
image,, of a boy with black
marker drawn over his
None of the letters con-
tained a return address or a
note indicating the child's
Nugent said investigators
as. recently as this spring
had looked at the case file
again, so he immediately
made the connection
between the latest picture
and the Polaroid photo
found June 15, 1989, in
Port St. Joe.
A witness at the time
noticed the photo on the.
ground in the parking lot of
a convenience store a
Junior Food Store at the
time, now an Express Lane
after a white van, driven by
a man with a mustache,

thought to be in his 30s,
exited the parking lot.
Although the witness did
not know if the photo
dropped from the late
S1980s Toyota cargo van,
and there remains no sub-
stantive proof it did,
Nugent said, police staged
an unsuccessful road block
to intercept the vehicle.
Nugent remembers the
case causing a stir in Port
St. Joe, the region and the
"I'd just started and that
. was the biggest thing we
worked around here,"
Nugent said. "Months, and
months of people calling
and giving tips, and psy-
chics calling, and we were
never able to track anything
down for sure."
The case file contains
"stacks and stacks" of let-
ters and clues gathered dur-
ing the investigation.
-The original Polaroid
received national attention
when it aired on the televi-
sion program "America's
Most Wanted." Two stories
about it appeared in The
News Herald in August

A mystery
lives on
Though the Federal
Bureau of Investigation
never positively identified
the young girl and boy in
the photo, they were initial-
ly thought to be Calico and
Calico, then 19, was last
seen on the morning of
Sept. 20, 1988, riding 'a
pink bicycle in Valencia
County, N.M.

lHenley, 9, also of New
Mexico, disappeared in
April 1988, while hunting
with his father in the Zuni
Mountains in northwestern
New Mexico.
Henley's parents
believed the boy in the
1989 photo might be their
son, but his remains were
found the next year not far
from where he - disap-
peared, and there were no
signs of foul play.
With the arrival of the
Internet era, the mystery
not only'has lived 9n, it has
become the subject of
numerous discussion
boards and Web sites, par-
ticularly as it relates to
One site,,
talks about Henley and
Calico, and suggests anoth-
er missing boy is actually
the person in the picture.
Another site, charleypro-, makes the case
that Calico is the girl and
talks about two other idis-
turbing pictures that
cropped up over the years
with a girl resembling
Calico in distress.
There. even ' is a
Wikipedia page dedicated
to Calico and this case.
'Albuquerque, where the
latest letters were mailed
from, is about 35 miles
from Calico's hometown of
Belen, N.M., and 111 miles
from the Zuni Mountains,.
where Henley's body was

A real
look of fear
Nugent could not tell
whether the boy in the pho-

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is the same boy in the 1989
Polaroid, and it's just
another mystery for inves-
tigators to solve.
"Unless something just
pops up (from the investi-
gation of the recent letters),
I don't know why these let-
ters were mailed here,"
Nugent said.
He does believe, the let-
ters' New Mexico post-
mark and arrival near the
20th anniversary of the day
the original Polaroid was
found might be more than a
Nugent also is intrigued
with the timing of a phone
call received the same day
The Star turned over its let-
ter to the Sheriff 's Office.
A woman claimed she
had been having visions
about the case over the
years and said she believed
Calico to be buried in
Nugent said the woman
related that she worked
with a runaway in a strip
club in California and that
the runaway was later'
reported murdered, and
Nugent said the woman
described seeing a light
blue Oldsmobile car and
the name of Tara Calico in
a vivid dream she has had
over the years.
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As a matter of fact, we
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timing of her call and the
letters is strange.
"It's all just very weird,"
Nugent said.
All the letters have been
placed in evidence bags
and have been sent to the
Florida Department of Law
Enforcement lab in
Pensacola where they will
be submitted to testing for
fingerprints and DNA.
The FBI is not involved
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Nugent said those tests
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month and any new evi-
dence gleaned from the
letters would be passed on
to New Mexico authorities
where the case of the
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"If anybody has any
information, we'd be happy
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And he hopes someone
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what they know.
"Nobody knows for sure
if it was a setup," Nugent
"Some people think it
was a staged photograph,
but it was a real look of fear
to me."

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'An American Portrait' opens Chipola Artist Series

Tickets for the Sept. 10
Chipola Artist Series event,
"An American Portrait: On
Wings of Freedom," are on
sale in. the Chipola
Business Office.
Season tickets for all four
Artist Series events also are
available through Sept. 10.
"An American Portrait"
celebrates two centuries of
American milestones 'as our
country's story is told
through the songs that unit-
ed and inspired its people.
From songs celebrating
the joy of. newfound inde-
pendence to the laments
that expressed our pain, the
show features the battle
cries that tore. us apart and
the inspirational songs that
reconciled us. Audience
members will be treated to
our nation's diverse regions
through the music that cap-
tures their essence. The
finale is pure patriotism as
America's most beloved
anthems are performed.
This stirring, evocative
homage comes alive
through the legendary piano
work of M'ac Frampton and
the powerful voices of Sam
Hagan and Dawn Marie.
Three other events are
scheduled in the 2009-10
Artist Series. "Celebrating
the Season" is Thursday,
Dec. 10. Perfect for the hol-
iday season, the show fea-
tures Chipola music faculty
who will delight the audi-
ence with their musician-
ship, skill, and showman-
"Cantus," one of
America's finest profes-
sional male vocal ensem-
bles, performs Feb. 1, 2010.
The ensemble is known for
adventurous programming
spanning many periods and
genres, including chant,
Renaissance music, con-
temporary works, art song,
folk, spirituals, world music
and pop.
Violinist Sarah Geller
will perform March 18,
2010. As a winner of the
Artists' International

Dawn Marie

Mac Frampton

Sam Hagan

Tickets for the Sept. 10 Chipola Artist Series event, "An
American Portrait: On Wings of Freedom," are on sale
in the Chipola Business Office. Pictured here are per-
formers Dawn Marie, Mac Frampton and Sam Hagan.
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debut in 2002. Geller per-
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drug bust. According to a press
release from the task force, the driv-
er of the vehicle, Joshua Nelson, 32,
of DeFuniak Springs, and the pas-
senger, JaJuan Griggs, 40, of Ponce
De Leon, were both placed under
arrest for possession of less than 20
grams of marijuana, possession of
methamphetamine, possession of
listed chemicals, possession of drug
paraphernalia and attempting to
manufacture methamphetamine.
The task forcereported that after

routine traffic stop, a narcotics
detection canine was deployed for
an open-air sniff of the vehicle. The
canine alerted to the odor of nar-
cotics. A search of the vehicle was
then conducted, the task force
During a search, officials found a
large duffle bag containing an abun-
dance of materials and ingredients
used in the manufacture of metham-
phetamine, including iodine crys-
tals, acid, a hot plate, funnels and

Pyrex dishes that contained residue
of red phosphorus, according to the
task force.
Other items located in the vehicle
included another large bottle of acid,
pseudoephedrine cold tablets that
had been removed from the packag-
ing, two medicine bottles full of red
phosphorus, and two
tles full of iodine crystals, the task
force reported.
Additionally, marijuana, metham-
phetamine and several hypodermic

needles were. located in the vehicle
and on Nelson, the task force said.
Both Nelson and Griggs were
housed in the Jackson County
Correctional Facility to await first
appearance on their charges.
The Jackson County Drug Task
Force is a combined effort of the
Cottondale, Graceville and
Marianna police departments, the
Florida Department of Law
Enforcement and the Jackson
County Sheriff's Office.

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agents here, but we're also advertising for a 4- County Commissioners and UF/IFAS, the ing things that aren't offered in public schools."
H agent and also hoping in future to get anoth- extension office has the tools needed to help Mayo has a Master of Agriculture and a
er agriculture agent," Mayo said. almost anyone with just about anything, Mayo Bachelor in Animal Science from ' the
Mayo said that, since 1941, land grant uni- said. University of Florida, as well as an A.A. in ani-
versities all over the country have extension "We have a long" tradition of working to help mal science from Polk Community College, In
offices in counties to aid people in agriculture. the people of Jackson County and it's my main past jobs. Mayo has served as a cowboy, a
Here, it is the University of Florida that offers focus to carry on that tradition," Mayo said. herdsman and a field representative for Florida
its research, information and other resources to "We don't sell anything. We don't manufacture Cattlemen's Magazine.
expand horizons.for farmers, gardeners, first- anything. So our job is to help people help Mayo also served as the 2008-2009 president
home buyers and others in the county. themselves, whether it's farming,., home, yards,.. of the Florida Association of County
Backed by both the Jackson County Board of gardens, or kids who have an interest in learn- Agriculture Agents.

Jury Continued From Page 1A

anywhere from one year and a day ting up a routine traffic check point deputies attempted to calm White. -In a previous interview with the
to 10 years in prison for the felony near White's residence Sunday, down and proceeded with a pat Floridan, White said he believed
charge. July 19. down, .White made the statement, the administrative leave was an
According to the Houston . Officers observed White's vehi- "I got an atomic bomb and I'm effort by college administration to
County Clerk of Court office, the cle turn around.prior to reaching gonna blow you m- f -s up." , silence the union during the
district court lacked jurisdiction to the check point, and followed his "At that time he was arrested," impasse in negotiations earlier this
hear the misdemeanor case. It was vehicle back to his yard, Gonzalez Gonzalez said. year.
dismissed, and sent to the grand said. White, ani associate professor of As for his July arrest, Chipola
jury along with the felony charge. "They requested his driver's English at Chipola College, has chose not to get involved after the
The grand jury is expected to license. He apparently did not have been on administrative leave with college was contacted by the
review the case sometime during it on him and got upset with the pay since May 6. :College officials Floridan for comment. The college
the week of Sept. 21. fact that the deputies had stopped said the purpose of placing him on said in an issued statement that
The Chipola Faculty Association him," Gonzalez said Wednesday. leave is to allow the college to con- since .the arrest was "a personal
president, White has taught at the "It was a simple issue - he had a duct an investigation into allega- matter that' occurred after hours
college since 1990. driver's license; he just didn't have tions of misconduct. . and no students or college property
According to Houston County it on him. We're not sure what White allegedly got into an alter- was involved, the employee's sta-
Sheriff's Department Capt. caused him to become so uncoop- cation with college officials related tus is not affected."
Antofnio Gonzalez, the incident erative.and disorderly." to salary negotiations then under A call to White's home Friday
began when authorities were set- Gonzalez said that when way. was not returned.

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Welch and Sally Gibson are slated to serve for in May of 1911, so we're really needing to take Campbelltotl Mayor Aggie Curry said she
another four years. The terms for the offices out the horse and buggy stuff," Wilson said. ' and three others in office are unopposed as their
that were up for election will begin officially in Voters may cast their ballots between 7 a.m. terms expired, so no election will be needed in
October this year. and 7 p.m. at Malone Town Hall on Tuesday, September.
In addition, Malone residents will have a Sept. 8. Curry, along with council president Wanda
chance to vote on about 60 amendments to the More on the proposed amendments to Moore, building commissioner Alex McKinnie
town's charter. Malone's town charter will be featured in ,an and public works director Ronnie Griffin will
"The charter we currently was adopted upcoming issue of the Floridan. all begin their new terms this October, she said.

Sunland Continued From Page 1A

said. The scooter is classified by
the ADA as a mobility assist vehi-
cle, and therefore does not require
a license or permit to operate,
Swett said.
Register . said a friend of
Sunland's Dr. J.R. Harding intro-
duced Gee to the Accommodator
II. Gee decided to donate one to
Sunland, and the Swetts provided
the $7,900 vehicle at a $2,000 dis-
count. They also threw in an $800
topper and a lifetime warranty for
The Swett brothers, who grew
up in Marianna and graduated
form Chipola Junior College, are
also working on another invention
for Sunland..
"We are designing another vehi-
cle for them, called the Freedom
Wagon," John Swett said. "For dis-
abled people who can't get out of a

wheelchair, with this they'll be
able to drive the wheelchair into
the wagon, be locked down, and a
caregiver can ride along also."
*Swett said they are currently
looking for donations to help pay
for the creation. He said the state
has agreed to put up- a matching
grant for the project.
"We at Sunland have a horse-
drawn wagon that affords our resi-
dents a chance to have some social
leisure time riding through our
acreage. When you have a person
that uses a wheelchair, it can be
difficult to remove them and assist
them up into a seat, but with this
. device will be low to the ground,
pulled with a motorized vehicle
and will allow for a wheelchair to
be rolled up onto the wagon."
Register said. "That way they can
even get it up there themselves. It's

a great idea and I'm anxious to see
what they pull off,."
Sunland's Accommodator II
Beach Scoot will make its debut
during the grand re-opening of
Rish State Park sometime later this
year or early next year, Register
"Dr. J.R. Harding was instru-
mental in helping with funds to
renovate the park. It's currently in
the latter stage of the renovation
process, so we're currently unable
to rent it to anyone," Register said.
"But when we are ready, it will be
great. The boardwalk that runs
throughout our park was wood and
will be replaced by a very durable
recycled vinyl material. We reno-
vated our six main dorms with sid-
ing and new roofs. We re-outfitted
the lodge and made over the swim-
ming pool."

Once the park. re-opens, those
interested in making reservations
may call (850) 482-9386.
Those interested in trying out the
Accommodator II before Rish Park
opens may do so at St. George
Island, John Swett said.
"We currently have, a pilot pro-
gram at St. George Island State
Park. The friends of the park
organization there donated an
Accommodator II to the park for
the program. So it's there available
to anyone who wants to go to the
park and check it out for four hours
at a' time, for free," John Swett
said. t
John, his wife Vicki Swett and
brother Tom are officers of
Accessible Beach and Bath
Products LLC.
Their web site is www.beach-



Evelyn I.

Evelyn I. Rabon, 95, of
Marianna passed away,
Thursday, August 27; 2009,
at Westside Terrace in
Dothan, AL.
She lived most of her life
in Graceville,, until her
marriage to Edward Rabon,
at which time she moved to
Marianna. Mrs. Rabon was
a member of the Damascus
Baptist Church and retired
from Sunland . Training
Center in Marianna in May
of 1976.
She was preceded in
death by her parents, Troy
and Myrtle Ivey; husband
Edward Lee Rabon; her
first husband and father of
,her children, J.D. "Doug"
Stewart; daughter JoAnn
Stewart; and son Ivey D.
She is survived by her
son, Jesse Stewart and wife
Linda of Chipley; daugh-
ters, Faye Register'and hus-
band Mahlon of Crossville,
TN, Dot Camp and hus-
band Vernon of Dah-
lonega, GA, and Sue Taylor
and husband Sammy of
Ashford, AL; two stepsons,
Charles E. Rabon of Texas
and David E. Rabon and
wife Olga of Sneads; sister
Juanita Gill of Dothan, and
Flora Bryant of Columbia,
SC; fifteen grandchildren;
three step-grandchildren;
twenty-nine great-grand-
children; two step-great-
grandchildren; and three
The funeral service for
Mrs. Rabon was Saturday,
Aug. 29, 2:30 p.m. at the
Galilee Methodist Church
south of Graceville, the
Rev. John W. Withrock Jr.
officiating. Interment fol-
lowed in the church ceme-
tery. The family received
friends one hour prior to
service time at the church.
Donations may be made
to Covenant Hospice, 2855
Ross Clark Circle, Suite 110,
Dothan, AL 36301.
Marianna Chapel Funer-
al Home is in charge of ar-
rangements. Expressions of
sympathy may be submit-
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Tigers tie with late surge

FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR "We floundered for a

SNEADS - Freshman quar-
terback Jacky Miles made a two-
point conversion with 1:04 left to
play to give the Graceville Tigers
a 14-14 tie Friday night in a pre-
season classic against Sneads.
. Miles completed the pass to
Jamal Miller in the comer of the
endzone, after rolling out to his
left and.finding the senior receiv-
er alone for the conversion.
The Pirates had one last chance
to win the game with just under a
minute to play. But their drive
lasted just three plays and ended
at the Graceville 43-yard line as
tirmie expired,
Both coaches agreed to leave
the game at a tie, rather than go to
overtime, due to it being a pre-
season game.
It was a game Sneads appeared
to have control of for most of the
way, leading 7-0 at halftime and
14-6 after three quarters.
However, the Tigers were able
to take advantage of an intercep-
tion and a poor punt by the
Pirates to cash in on their two
scoring opportunities.
"We had three turnovers and
gave them a short field for anoth-
er score, which is aggravating,"
Sneads coach Don Dowling said
after the game. "But my kids
played hard and that was the
main thing I wanted to see. And
nobody got hurt."
Sneads got its two scores on a
pair of explosive plays from sen-
ior running back Mark Lawson,

while, but I liked the
way we responded at
the end."
-Todd Wertenberger,
Graceville coach

who had a 51-yard receiving
touchdown in the first quarter,
and a 53-yard rushing touchdown
in the third.
Lawson finished with 137 total
yards of offense, while quarter-
back Terrance Green led the
Pirates with 139 total yards.
Green, however, did commit
three turnovers on the night,
including a pair of interceptions
arid a fumble.
, On the Pirates' first possession
of the second half, Green was,
picked off by Treyshaun White,-
who returned it 27 yards to the
Sneads 13-yard line.
Five plays later, Leron Hoover
found the endzone on a 2-yard
run up the middle. But the two-
point conversion attempt failed,
leaving the Pirates. ahead 7-6
with 6:16 left in the third period.
On Sneads' ensuing posses-
sion, the Pirates marched into
Graceville territory before Green
was crunched by a pair of Tiger
defenders on a scramble, and
coughed up the football.
Graceville recovered at its own
30-yard line, but this time the
See TIE, Page 3B >

Sneads' Mark Lawson (1) runs to the right sideline for a 53-yard touchdown run during the Pirates'
preseason classic football game against Graceville Friday night in Sneads. - Mark Skinner/Floridan

Hornets hope new

stars lead the way


In Chris Obert's first year as
the Cottondale Middle School
head coach, he helped lead the
Hornets to a xinmnng record of
3-2 in 2008.
If Obert's Hornets are to put
together another winning cam-
paign in 2009, they'll have to
find a way to replace many of
their big guns from last year's
Gone are starting quarterback
CJ Smith, running back Sheldon
Vann and wide receiver Jaquez
Walker, leaving behind a great
deal of expectations for their
"We'll miss those guys,'.'
Obert said. "But we still have
some guys who gotsome expe-
rience last year."
The Hornets' most reliable
returned could be running
back/cornerback Prentiss Webb,
an-eighth-grader who Obert said
would have rto take on a greater
workload for this year's team.
"He's going to be asked to do
a lot," the coach said. "He's our
best, most-experienced player

on the team right now."
Cottondale al, -returns strong
safety, Norris Calhoun, lineman
Brian Slesser, and offensive
lineman/linebacker Thomas
Jay Kernoshak will be tasked
with replacing Smith as the
Hornets' signal-caller. Obert
said he had confidence
Kernoshak could get the job
"He's got a little bit of experi-
ence for us," he said. "He's a
tough kid and he does a good
job. He's got a decent arm and
has a good command of the,
offense and what we're trying to
Obert said even with the
Hornets returning only four
starters from last year, he and
his staff are ahead of where they
were at this time last year, due
to having a season under their
"With the .kids being a little
more familiar with us as a staff
and us more familiar with them,
things should be smoother this
year," the coach said. "We
should move a lot quicker
See HORNETS, Page 3B >

Bulldogs struggle in jamboree

The Marianna Bulldogs got to
preview their talents Friday
-*'er,ninr: with six quarters of play
divided into three halves.
Each of the three teams played
two halves.
Marianna took the field minus
* four starters due to illness o'r
Third-year center Brandon
Hughes remains hospitalized
from an abdominal condition,
while Tre Long, Tre Jackson and
Marjean Deau were all held out
of the preseason game due to
nagging injuries.
In the first half of play, it was
Marianna facing off against East
Gadsden with the Bulldogs
falling short by a score of 19-7.
The Jaguars took the opening
drive 80 yards for the first points
of the game and the extra point
made it a 7-0 game with seven
minutes left in the first quarter.'
The .Bulldogs started on
offense on the next drive at their
own 20-yard line.
After failing to pick up a first
down, 'thq Bulldogs were forced
to punt, but a snap over kicker
Zack Smith's head resulted in a
second touchdown for East
See BULLDOGS, Page 4B >

Marianna's Charles Barnes (25) runs the ball in a preseason jam-
boree against East Gadsden Friday night in Marianna. -Mark
Skinner/Floridan k

MHS beats Bozeman in preseason classic

.The Marianna Bulldogs volleyball
team ended their pre-season classic on
a winning note with a 2-1 match win
over Bozeman in Chipley Thursday
Marianna took ,the first game with
ease at 25-12, but fell hard in game
two 25-19.
The Bulldogs rebounded to pick up
the victory at 15-10.
Leading the 'Dawgs in serving was
Michelle Bassin with 13 saves and
four aces, followed by .Ciara Ham with
13 serves and one ace.
Eron.Milton recorded 10 saves and
three aces, while Meghan Hinson had
eight serves and one ace.
In spikes, it was again Bassin with
23 spikes arid six kills, followed by
Hinson with 11 spikes and four kills.
Sharee Williams was on the board
with seven spikes and one kill.

Hinson led the team in assists with
34, while Bassin recorded 22 assists on
the evening.
The Bulldogs will open their regular
season on Monday evening with all
three teams in action against Sneads.
The ninth-grade team will take the
court at 4 p.m., with junior varsity at 5
p.m., and the varsity at 6 p.m.
The Sneads Pirates volleyball team
racked up two wins in their preseason
classic held at Blountstown Thursday
In the first match, Sneads handed
county rival Cottondale a 2-0 loss.
Sneads picked up the game one win.
with a 25-11 score, while game two'
was a 25-10 victory.
Leading the Pirates was Meagan
Smith with 12 kills, followed by Kara
Alford. with five kills and Ashley
Smith with four. I
The assist leader for Sneads was
Tiffany Guerra with 22.

Bridgett Dawson recorded five per-
fect serve passes in the first match of
the day *
In match two, it was Sneads defeat-
ing Liberty' County with a 2-1 margin
in the three games.
Game one was all Sneads at 25-15,
but Liberty County bounced back to
take game two 25-17.
Sneads rebounded in game three
with a 15-7 victory.
Meagan Smith led the team with
four ace serves and six kills, followed
by Kara Alford with six kills.
Tiffany Guerra was the leading Lady
Pirate offensively with 17 assists.
Jordan Jackson and Meagan Smith
both had one block assist, with Jackson
and Sierra Hewett tallying a block
assist from the right side.
Sneads will open their regular sea-
son on the road at cross-county rival
Marianna on' Monday with three
games starting at 4 p.m., and conclud-
ing with varsity at 6 p.m.

Marianna's Meghan Hinson hits the ball during a
preseason game in Blountstown Thursday. -
Mark Skinner/Floridan

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Jackson County Varsity Cheerleaders

The Graceville High School varsity cheerleaders, first row, from left: Lindsey
Albritton; second row: Savannah McCroan, Brienne Bee'chum, Laira Skipper, and
Delicia 'Sorey; third row: Coral Aguado, Shanequah Sanders, Noel Schweers,
mascot Carly Adams, Derika Robinson, Korie Mitchell, and Lauren Skipper. -
Photo by Mattox Photography

The Marianna High School Varsity Cheerleaders, front row, from left: Casey Ivey,
Lauren Pettis, Chelsea Blanton and Amber Harrington; second row: Ashlee
Laramore, Kimmie Hagan, Jordan Exum, Ashton Williams, Courtney Larkin and
Allie Bailey; third row: Lizzie Glover and Madison Dean. - Mark

The Sneads High School Cheerleaders, front row, from left: Harley Watts, Kendall
Barnett, Raven Windham' Cristina Wilkinson Emily Cain and Lindsey Locke; back
row: Kayla Harris, Elizabeth Thomas, Whitney Willis, Lauren Locke Whitney
Thomas, Brittney Hamm and Corrie Edge. - Mark Skinner/Floridan

The Cottondale High School Varsity Cheerleaders, front row, from left: Lindsay
Erbacher, Jennifer Ruiz, Michelle Godwin, Haylee Kernoschak, Karissa Maloy and
Alexis Blount; back row: Brooke Vickery, Letitia McRoy Tkyia White, Valerie
D'Ambrosio, Paula Gary, Katie Braxton, Kelsie Obert,' Miesha Williams, Presley
Golicher, Alex Thomas and coach Heather Braxton. - Mark Skinner/Floridan

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The Chipley Lions
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tournament Sept. 19 at
Dogwood Lakes Golf
Club in Bonifay.
Registration and
refreshments will be at 8
a.m., with a 9 a.m. shot-
gun start
There will be prizes
for best ball and four-
person team.
Cost is $50 per person,
including cart and lunch.
Hole sponsorships are
As many as two mulli-
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at $5 -each. Awards and
door prizes to be present-
ed after lunch at club-
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or call James or Diana
Bames at 258-2166 or
373-2775, or Marty
Hinson at 326-1367.
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because we'll be,on the same page." get them in space and create some scoring and he's a good tackler with a lot of coming back, and Graceville is a rivalry
Obert said this group of.Hornets is very opportunities," he said. speed." game."
.easy to coach, which makes the process of' Obert said Chase Pittman will get more The Hornets kick off their season Sept. Obert said the game with the rival
rebuilding that much easier. carries this season, but Webb will be the 8 at home against Port St. Joe, and Obert Tigers, scheduled for Sept. 22 in
"The kids are real coachable and play go-to.guy for the Hornets. said that it was important for his team to Graceville, was one his team had circled
hard," he said. "It's a smart group." "He's a good runner, always running get off to a quick start. on the calender.
From a football standpoint, Obert said pretty hard," the coach said of Webb. "If we win the first game with St. Joe, "We look forward to that one because
the team's strength still lies with its speed. "He's quick, has good size and real natural we'll be in good shape." he said. they got the best of us last year," he said.
"I think we've got a little speed at the instincts running the ball. "It's a tough schedule. Marianna is a "We want to try to get a little revenge on
running back position, so I hope we can "He'll also be playing safety this year, powerhouse, St. Joe has got a lot of kids that one."

Continued From Page 1B

Pirates' defense stood tall
and forced a three-and-out.
Sneads got the ball back
from its own 46 and needed
'just two plays to find the
endzone again.
Lawson took a pitch off
right tackle, bounced it to
the outside and exploded
past the Graceville defense
down the right sideline for
the touchdown.
Two possessions later,
the Tigers had a chance to
draw even.
But their drive stalled
out at the Sneads 12-yard
line after a 10-yard Miles
touchdown run was called
back on a penalty.
Sneads went three-and-
out and was forced to punt
from deep in its territory.
The punt went only 16
yards, leaving the Tigers
with prime field position at
the Sneads 27-yard line,

with 5:42 left in the game.
White converted a 4th-
and-1 with a 4-yard run to
the 14.
After two more penal-
ties, an 8-yard run by Chris
Works and a 15-yard pass
from Miles to Works set up
a third-and-1 from the
Sneads 5 with 1:30 to play.
The Tigers again called
on White, and he again.
delivered with a 4-yard run
to the Pirates' 1-yard line.
After a Graceville time-
out, Hoover took a handoff
through the middle of the
defense for his second
touchdown of the game, to
bring the Tigers to within
Graceville coach Todd
Wertenberger said he was
pleased with how his team
fought back from deficits
in both halves.
"We floundered for a

while, but I liked the way
we responded at the end,"
he said. "Both teams have
pretty good defenses, I
think that was apparent.
We've just got to learn how .
to punch it in when we get
The Tigers had two pos-
sessions end inside the
Sneads 15-yard line on the
Graceville lost starting
quarterback Garrett
Steverson early in the sec-
ond quarter after taking a
hit and suffering numbness
in his right arm.
Wertenberger said he
didn't expect Steverson' to
have any future problems
with it, and that he would
be ready to start the Tigers'
regular season opener
Friday in Northview.
Miles finished the game
for the Tigers and went 3-

for-8 for 25 yards passing.
"I thought Miles did a
nice job of making some
things happen for us out
there," Wertenberger said.

"But Garrett
be OK."

is fine. He'll

The game was delayed
for 30 minutes in the first

quarter due to lightning.
Sneads will make its reg-
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Dear Clete,
Do you recall the day we dumped
Uncle Luther's ashes in the creek'? I wrote
a column about it, remember? Oh, that's
right. You "don't never read that trash
nohow," do you? Oh; well. That's okay.
I'm certain you haven't forgotten.
Anyway, that incident
set me to pondering
Though I wasn't too
keen on it at the time.
I'm thinking now maybe
it wasn't a bad way for
old Luther to end up
Matter of fact, I'm
thinking I might 'want
you to do the same kinda
thing for me when the
time comes. Whatcha Bob Kornegay
Now, don't go agreeing to this 'straight
off, because it's not quite as simple as it
sounds. I don't want the exact' same
"rites" Luther got. I mean, don't just go
dumping all my ,ashes into that little
bluegill hole and be done with it. You're
going to have to do a bit of traveling. So,
listen up before you say yes.
First off, I want you to take my cremat-
ed "remainders" and divide them into 15
equal portions. Then, hop in the truck and
hit the road. I'll leave behind a little,
money to help pay for gas.... ,, .. .
Follow these instructions in no certain
(1) Go to Chattahoochee State Park, the
old CCC camp near the Alabama/Florida
border. Stand on the dam where I caught
my first fish 52 years ago. Sprinkle a por-,
tion of my ashes into the lake there.
Following that, walk .out onto that little
fishing pier on the other side of the dam
and put some of me there where the water
flows through: In both instances make
sure you don't face into the wind. I
wouldn't want to blow back into your
(2) Cross the Hooch into Georgia.

Drive to a certain river
County (I'll leave you
the big white oak along
road where I took my fir
of me there. Then on to
tom at the south end of I
my boy took his first. A
too, please.
(3) Toss a handful into
Kolomoki, where Kyle
"all-by-myself" fish
Daddy, look how big he
(4) Drive to the
Mountains. Put me in Ro
big log at the bend. The
Creek where big rain
lurk beneath undercut ro
by Lake Winnie and thr
me off the dock there. B
dust me into the soil of th
National Forest, anywhe
(5) Leave some of mr
Coast salt marsh at high
(6) Return to Alab
unmarked trail of your c
there, lost. Trust me. It's
(7) Put some ashes in
behind Mom's and Dad'
that they wash down
Turnip Wash. I know y
that is.
(8) Take a portion to ti
tailwaters. Let the catfish
1 (9) How.about a smatti
at the waterfowl refuge
like to winter with the di
(10) Those last few
You're choice. Lord k
plenty of places. Heck, y
in there with Uncle Luthi
Okay, old buddy. You
mind? I'd appreciate it.
. Oh, just one more thin
have the windows up
route from place to pla
hell to be blown out of
you're driving through A

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bottom in Early repo rt fo r
directions). Find
the old logging
'st deer. Put some LAKE SEMINOLE -
Blue Creek bot- Bass fishing is very good of
the county where late, as indicated by recent
sprinkling there, tournament weigh-ins.
Bass are active early and
the lower lake at late in lily pad patches and
caught his first can be caught on frog-type
and said, "Oh, lures and other weedless
is!" topwater offerings.
North Georgia Shallow, grassy flats are
)ck Creek by that good target areas.
en on to Wildcat Oyersized (9 or 10,inch)
bows sometimes,. worms fished with a light
)ot banks. Swing weight are also. recom-
ow a� little .bit of mended. ,
before you leave; Crappie fishing is report-
he Chattahoochee ed as fair. Fish are in a typ-
ere, just not near ical summer pattern and are
holding on ledges and
ae in an Atlantic deeper flats in the rivers
tide. , and, creeks.
>ama. Find the They are deep, around 15
choice . Leave me feet or more.
appropriate, Troll crappie jigs slowly
i the spring back to locate them and fish live
s place. See to' it minnows and artificial
toward the old slowly when concentra-
you 'know where tions are found.
Bream are fair to good in':
he Andrews Damn spots, .... , . ;
h have "em., Catfish may be taken.
sring'in a pothole early and ,late over sandy,
near Eufaula? I'd hard-bottom areas.
ucks there. Hybrids may surface
/ 'cold embers? sporadically late in the
nowss there are afternoon.
ou can dump. 'em LAKE EUFAULA -
er, if you want to. Bass fishing is reported as
got that? Do you good early and late in the
g. Make sure you Recommended baits
while you're en include weedless jigs and
ce. I'd hate like frog-type lures fished in
f the truck when isolated grass patches.
itlanta. ' During brighter times of

bowling report

High Game Male: Jeff Kindelspire
High Series Female: LuAnn
Kindelspire 576
High Series Male: Ted Arnold 576
High Team Game: Team 10 1050
High Team Series: Team 10 2673

; weekly fishing

Local lakes, rivers

day, fish the ledges with
Carolina rigs or flip grass
mats found over deeper
Deep-running crankbaits
are also paying off on some
of the ledges.'
Crappies are cooperating
with some anglers this
As is the rule this time of
year, they are on the flats in
brush just off the main
creek and river channels.
Use spoons or live min-
nows at depths down to 20
Bream will bite early and
late, but individual fish are
small as a rule.
Late-afternoon and
evening catfishing is fair to
Hybrids are slow.
Catfish have been good on
the river of late.
Though it is too hot for
many anglers to brave the
daytime temperatures, sev-
eral good catfish catches
are reported by night fish-
ermen, primarily anglers

fishing the banks near the
tailwaters of both dams.
Good numbers of pan-size
fish are reported.
Larger individual cats
may be caught while
anchored downstream from
the tailwaters. Use shad,
cut bait, worms, or frozen
Bass are slow. The best
largemouth bite comes on
topwater baits very early in
the morning.
Work the banks and
slow-water areas with
something very noisy, such
as a Torpedo or Devils
Bream are fair on crick-
ets and worms. Drop-fish
deep water along steep
banks for the best results.
Bluegills will make up
most of the catch.,
(Generation schedules,
pool levels, and other such
information for area water-
ways may be obtained by
calling toll-free 1-888-771-
4601. Follow the recorded
instructions and access the
touch-tone for the
Apalachicola River

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The extra point attempt
was no good, but the lead
was 13-0 with five minutes
to go in the first quarter.
The Bulldogs' next pos-
session ended in an inter-
ception that resulted in the
third touchdown for the
The conversion again
failed, leaving the lead at
19-0 with just over two
minutes to go in the first
Marianna was forced'to
punt on its next possession
with Smith pinning the
Jags deep.
Dalton Bennett forced a
fumble that was recovered
by Tommy Stephens to
give the Bulldogs new life
with time. expiring in the
first quarter.
Akeem Holmes came in
as quarterback and found
the end zone four plays
later with 'seven minutes,
left in the half.
Kicker- Ryan, Rudd put it,
through the uprights to
make it a 19-7 game.
The Bulldogs threatened
once more but were held
out of the end zone when
the Jaguars recovered the
second fumble of. th6 night.
In the second half of the
jamboree, it was Liberty
County defeating 'East
Gadsden by the score of
Liberty County scored
one touchdown in each of
the two quarters to pick up
the win.
In the third half of play, it
was Liberty County finish-
ing handing Marianna a 14-
8 loss.
Liberty County took the
opening drive 80: yards to
pick up the first score of
the game and take an 8-0
Miscues plagued MHS
on its first drive as the
Bulldogs 'fumbled at their
own 37-yard line, giving
Liberty County outstanding
field position.
Four plays later, Liberty
County found the end zone
to take a 14-0 lead with 34
seconds left in the quarter.
Charles "Scooter"
Barnes received the kickoff
at the. 20, returning it 15
yards to the 35 only-to have
it called back on a penalty.
A 15-yard- carry by
Montgomery- went for nil
when Liberty County
recovered the ball on a
fumble and took over on its
oan 45-yard line.
'Facing a lst-and-10 at

the 30-yard line, Marianna
returned the favor and
recovered a fumble to take
possession on the 18-yard
Liberty County recov-
ered another fumble on the
next play to take posses-
sion, but the Marianna
defense forced a turnover
on downs with three min-
utes left in the game.
On 3rd-and-12, it was
again Barnes who went 68
yards to put the first points
Son the board for Marianna.
The 'Dawgs went for
two and narrowed the
deficit to 14-8.
With, momentum on their
side and just 48 seconds
left to, play, the Bulldogs
were successful on an
onside. kick, giving them
possession at the 48 of
Liberty County.
Time ran out without any
further scoring.
SFollowing the game,
first-year Marianna coach
Steve DeWitt said he was
displeased with his team's
performance for the night.
"I told .the team at the
intermission I was disap-
, pointed in their level of
play," the coach said. "But
they came back in their
second half of play and
showed more enthusiasm
and drive than they did in.
the first two, quarters.

"We were. short some of,
our starters and three of
those should be back next
week for the opening game
of the regular season."

The Bulldogs will open
their regular season Friday
night when they host cross
county-rival Cottondale at
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announcements og realestate estate Business Property i Boats BoatsBoats
residential for rent residential for re For Lease
Dropper B;rd Dog '"tio ift Lease 2008 Fisher 1754. RANGER '07 VS188 Sweetwater '01 16ft
Puppies. Orange i&. FOR LEASE OR SALE: 40ho mercury. 4- W/175HP Yamaha pontoon, 50 Honda 4
white. $200I. 33-6%6- Medical Building stroke, mtr guide. Humminerd Elec. stroke includes trail-
S394. l.wellinpups.a. Centrally located. rolling mtr. Hum tronics, w/Trailer er, all in good condi- 850-526-4407 or 850- mingbird 565 TAC. $20,000 334-370-3328 tion. $6400 OBO. 334-
541-4379 bilge pump. live well, 714-5860
Maltese 15443334-798-0010 w _
P for $500, 11 WbiL e mi11 SKI NAUTIQUE o84
AdultCareServices s old Very Apartments- MobileHomes restate ATVs 23FtSeaRay0 Boat, runs great',4 $sa00
beaut2ful3AKC Rag for Rent run ra!$2 Eng. $10000
WHI sit w/elderly. dstred First F Honda '07 420EX, like obo. 256-201-1657 OBO 334-347-1962 3 or
CNA cert. Will do lite P greShort Edgewood Apts. 1 BR 2/1 Located btwn.GR new, automatic, 614 '97 Bayliner Cabin
hsekpg/cooking. 850- vaccinations and duplex apts Free & Sneads water & ' - hours. $3200, 334- Cruiser 23 ft ,1 own- scr
592-7253/693-6517 wormings cab/launry/H20/ garb. incl. $350 m 798-2857 er, excel. cond. pd C raoat,
More Info: garb/sewage 850 850-573-0308. ,$0IsIo Center Console,0boat
d mylowel97@yaho 592-4793.$40K will sell for motor & trailer, 95 Tow Dolly, heavy du-
myloweI Found @yaho 592-4793.2/1 MH, CH/A KODIAK '04, ATV. 17K 850- 209- 225HP Johnson Mtr, tySthl, looks new
(850)526-1488 Water/sewer incl. on 4WD, good condition. 5659/209-1696 Dual Axle Tr. w/
FOUND: LblackMI1 Apartments- own lot. $325/mo $3000. OBO brakeswh., runs slightly used.$880.
breed, male dog, POODLE Pups, AKC Unfurnished +$325 dep. 850-592- 334-798-3352 Astro '9114ft 40HP b well, very cleah. , 334-687-3171.
b du aM twell, vary clean, 334 687 -3171
nearChipola. 850-. miniture,(2)males 4625 Ho alsforSale Marinertrollinmo- Great cond. $6,850. Satos07285XL,
526-1819 Vet check! $300. 2 / Apt. water, garb, 2/1 MH FOR RENT tBoats $or and depth Tinder reatc$334-696-5505. Strato 07 285 XL,
850-352-4166 sewer incl. $550. No $340 + dep No pets/ Wicksburg, 2100SF Boats 2700.334-792-3135 334-696-5goderm50 od 19ft,bluegra 150HP Triton2 TR21, Mer-
oie 85-592-8392/ smoking.Ref. Req. 4/2, 4 acres with Bass Tracker Pon- el with trailer & 25
GeneralNotces 850-592-6115 (850)685-2353 pond. 229,000 OBO 02 Chaparral Ski toon 92' Z1ft. 70 HP HP Johnson outboard oaded. Lowhr, g motor, depth
, Rent toOwn 2 & 3BR 2/2, 3 miles from 334-498-3256 Boat, 99 hrs, 4.3L V6, Evenrude great cond. motor. $1400 OBO $21,000 obo. finder. $17,000.334-
Public reports, for Rent to wn 2 & 3 Mar. very clean from 190HP, garage kept, $5,400. OBO 334-714- 334-671-5530 334-796-2344 703-0522
(F.S. 1008.25) which 0 . e d. Call for details family o 2.$500 mo Waterfront talv erssprop, 1543 _____-------------------
are required by the 8505573432. 85850 50.209894/482- PropertyforSale J 7,000,334-726-2081 '99
StateBoardofEdu- 814-6515 8333 or t craft. '99
cation, can be ac- 2 & 3 BR MH Cqtton- FOR SALE: 3/3 Fur- c'ury 225 Pr ZXS. Ye- $24,000 -9766SPRING GATE MANOR APARTMENTS
cessed on the Jack- Duple/Triplex dale. http.,'/www. nished Chalet, screen ou & whPite, low rs, 4380 Kent Drive Marianna, FL 850-482-4589
Bon CWounty Scool Lhefarloontryliving. porch, on lake, new exc. cond, $29,500. Reserved for the Elderly, Handicapped, and Disabled. TDD 711
B oard Web site: st r 2com 850-258- roof & A/C, in Pine 334-695-0312 machine, center con- gwaketower & speak-
wwwjscob FrgEupmnarmlEquipmentJt__2/1Mutan G,1oie48-65032-889,0.ountRseveGArte lery Hnicped0ndDsald.TD41
choose Student Serv- Houses Unfurni both CH/A in Cdale. Jackson ounty BOCC is currently accepting applications for
ices & then Public 4425J.D.Combine 2m to courthouse No pets. 850-258-1594 lidens. $230,000 850- 2Rex3 CONTENDER 36' This institution is an Equal Opportunity Provider and Employer
Reports. Both Heads,y 4 row insPee- $650/mo w/s i leave message 850- 57IT Support Technician9-422 63-6550with Yamaha 4strok aymust havebuoy '94 18 foot- diploma r equivalent
less dryers, KMC four 850-352-2103 272-7815/ 573-1851 radar, clor gon-boat,$runs
row aKr 334-machine, center con- great $3750 ng.Correctional Officer
N Lost0 shaKer &32 , 2/2 $4004 re state sole. 334-685-2297 334-596-5032
LOST: Female cream 334-355-2883 LHouses UnfurnishedJ both CH/A in C'dale.C e l eJackson County BOCC is currently accepting. applications for
No pets. 850-258-1594 i f9I Rex Lumber Graceville FL is looking for an officers at Jackson County Correctional Facility (County Jail).
color Lhasa Apso/ Gandy 4 row insect t. leave message IT Suppoirt Technician Applicants must have a high school diploma or equivalent.
Shih Tzu mix.181bs. cide applicator 2BR/1BA, stove, ref., Must be a State of Florida certified Correctional Officer or close
Hwy 73 S. call 850- w/double boxes, for Quiet, safe neighbor- 3/2 C'dale, water, Required knowledge of Windows to taking the state test for certification. Must be at least 19
209-0428 two chemicals hood, fenced back- garb. bug spray incl. Programs, PC Hardware, Trouble years of age, be a U.S. citizen and have no record of a felony; or
mounted on tool bar. yard 850-482-8196 or $525 + dep. No pets. Shooting and Networking. misdemeanor involving perjury or false statements. Must be
ma Good condition. $400. 209-1301. 850-352-4869 morn- drug-free and be able to pass vigorous background
229-758-3146 or 229- 3/1.5 in Marianna wings Basic knowledge of SQL Server, UNIX, investigation. Must have valid FL drivers license prior to
i 00 5184 $675/mo + dep 3/2 DW $600 + dep WLAN. and Cisco operating systems. employment. Applications will be kept on-file for one-year
Toro Lawnmoer CH/A, W/D hkup Quiet, clean.H20/ fficeBuildings after submission.
Z5 55Hr. Front 850-209-5696 or septic/lawn/pest ce ngs Salary is based on experience. Benefits Starting salary is $26,463.00/yr.
Z gHrassb. ag-ont 850-i209-1426 incl 850-209-1027 include BC/BS, 401K program, Human Resources Dept,
deck/rear grass bag- 850- 209-1426 850-209-1027 FOR SALE OR LEASE: Vacation/Holiday. Drug Free Workplace. 2864 Madison St, Marianna, FL 32448. PH (850) 482-9633.
ger. $53.850. 334-798- 3/1 brick home in 3/2 in Malone, $400 Medical Building. Visit our web site at
l 9624, Great Cond. Bascom, Ig yard, 2/1 in Malone, $360 Centrally located. Email resume or Deadline to apply: 09/14/09.
reew PetS iCy taking applications security neg., 850- 850-526-4407 or 850- fax 850 263 2059 Attn: Nicki Davis Drug-Free Workplace /EO/V.Pref/ADA/AA
Your pet deserves a lov- Fruit &Vegetables $550 850-209-1265 569-9884 or 850-557- 541-4379
ing, caring home. An ad 3/2 Brick home, 3343
for a free pet may draw U-PICK PEAS. WE aprox. 2000 sq ft. 3/2 MH, CH/A in ' -'
response from individuals SHELL PEAS! Farm $950/mo + dep. 850- town 850-541-
whoillsellyoaarimalfr Fresh Vegetables! 209-8759 3414/638-9228
rpoeslea o disni pu Lo Deesa Produce, Austin Tyler & Assoc 4BR/3BAin Marianna,
spodents carefully when Cottondale 850 573- Quality homes for Lots of extras.
givigananimalaway. 1141 / e850-535-29 rent 850- 526-3355 $675/mo + dep, 850-

Free : Burmese mix, -month, $1400.depos- dep 850-718-8158 Referral Services
brindle colored kit- it. 850-557-2865 or Nice, several rental Policy - ,.. ,.....,. . .
tens, wormed, Itr 850 628-3343 properties to choose
trained, 850-592-2689 Large 1BR House for from, attractive &af- Apartment referral reAd3 " reAds | reAd | reAds | ". FeeAds
Iv msg. , rent, carport, screen fordable, CH/A, we- service companies
Free Kittens, Itr bx Car7eeSeeker porch t/mo 8 50-8 tarbl. nhly + selllistsof available 2 13" Orion TV Sets Antique hand carved Gold/Glass makeup Leg Magic- $150 Several used medical
trained, 850-526- 5573432/850-814- gaep. 850-352-2897 apartments for rent asking $40 each white washed oak table w/mirror $20 Cost new $300 in ex- books, $35 ea. 850-
2958/209-2932 N, 850-573-0625 In your area. Please great for kids rooms, chair $100 850-866- 850-866-1700 cellent condition. 272-5558
Free to loving home, General Nearly New 2 BR Small Quiet Park 2 & read contracts thor- Call 850-209-2761. 1700 Golds Gym Treadmill- (850)482-4847 SPEAKER BOX- $75
850-482- 5880/850- E o$600/mo, $250 dep Be$7, $500-8 No aouu udern x6orienta rs, o n tanics reper, eakes nt1")
3 9727 for Juvenile ^and agree to all the 866-1700 $150.00 850-209- (850) 482-4847 headrest. $20 850- (0 4 -6
Dogs. Residential Facility Houses Furnishad 1 g h im^mhhE. terms and the can- 2761. Heavy duty manual 482-7933 Vanguard Propane
Dogs in Graceville, FL restate cellatlon polIcy of 2 mermaid end ta- . era etal Heatheroodcon
Degree and t bis & 1 coffee table hetMedical Scrubs $60 850-272-5558
ABANDONED PUP Teaching Exp. Req. 3/2 New Home, Corn- Coimercialm orrent the contract. ci 8&661 draweso ewotd 33l hs $100 c850-579-X $-$5 y Fror $100
Degreerendm3/2m n ewome$125 firm 850-866- drawes,8wod,13"L pessn10fMdicalScrus
PIES NEED GOOD Call Jody Savoy at pass Lake $800/mo + 1700 x 40"H x 16"W, $65 650 850-579-0710 NEW-l 10x9 &F 5x6
were abandoned on or fax resume to 850-573-0625 or28i9l r P4 White wicke r bar tDevil, Ram cushion control. Multicolored sleeper e Look. (850)482-
our road-we need to 850-201-8834 /2, newl renovate stools $65 850-866- bagless vacuum, Good cond.$30 850- sofa, good cond.
find them a good ed, great location, Brick House on 3ac. 1700 good cond.$20 850 2725558 850-352-2103
S0-209-1266 E THAtyof b ya, HW$75/mY 7 dining room chairs 272-5558 ' JVC Radio/CD player, P Board Qisplay
AD rg., Blue P Mariannita s Fo hiring . ies in $600/mo Grand Ridge. $199K. modern style, sturdy, Elvis Bust $30, Elvis 3cndlg u t. 4 sides $30 850
Bull puppies ready Call 718-0326 for 850-394-7245 Ap ent/Co Neg., 850-592-2005 padded seats $75 H S eakSHote 8 $100 850-227- 52 w3426
Sept., 1st. -W. 5 Information Townhouse For Learse 850-526-3365 Plate $40 850-866- 8 - ee bdir e,
males left. $500. 334- Cottondale 4/2, new Amarillis plants, 700 Large dog crate, Pewter bed framouble, $40 850-
7 5Hflreovate- d.wy90lose allQu r plant - black metal $35 850- size double, $40 850-
s8if15Pidto es,'off 231 . $800 2BR/2BA 1.50 each 850-866- EngagementRing 526-3426 526-3426 CLASSIFIEDS
Bluetick/Pitbull pups $0 to_1, o230_ 2 0 orinta r mnt________SE n Mie 7 Engage- . , ,-- inK--
7 weeks, hog dogs. +dep.850-573-6062 TOWNHOUSES o ing a nd $300. Large Westinghouse Playstation 2 w/3
$200 each. 334-585- For 8-5 850-209-rentFor info OUT THE Eureka Vacuum $10 OBO Valued at $850. Refrigerator. 60 games & 2 control-
3216 Advf~i' ngf 85 1/482- 50 r. CLASSIFIEDS! 4' mounted baracud6 14 kt Gold. 850-638- 3050 NolndSt. No les & memory card
Dogs ResidentlE ... $ISSH ases Furnished t an d 45 850-866-1700 1531 phone calls Pvlease $100n850-227-8128 7V ,r o
Chihuahua i Marianna-lBR/1BR p ---c
Teacup-ptoyeshort c o tM c Pets ok. $ -2 5
TeSacup short Can't be Lak $ + x x W4i n
& long hair, 850-890-2070
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Campers/Travel Automobiles Automobiles Automobiles Automobiles lassics&Antiques Motorcycles Motorcycles portUtilityVehicle
Cr t Trailers forSale I for Sale for Sale for Sale
. h c V V |HARLEY Davidson '01 Honda '07 Shadow, Honda '06 Element,
REDUCED Montana 2007 Nissan Altima. Datsun '78 280Z 2+2, MERCEDES '07 C230 16,50 mile .Wie 76m14 or 6750 48 0k803 4- 5
'05 5th Wheel, 4 I7mmaculate. Only original owner, 5 Sport, 48kmiles,load L O O K 16,500en s. White, 726- 4 5489O 726 72
h.i. i king bed, 20,200 miles. Below speed, fuel injected, ed, CD, sunroof, new clean & shop kept.
.ond., $31,500. Book. One Owner. 180k miles, some brakes, warranty, 1 $11,000. 334-774-3663 HONDA '08 BR1000,
.',, - 47- 2808 Call632-0144 rust, runs but needs owner, garae kept, HARLEY Davidson '03 4cyl ilver
. . . . 6 w ork. $2500 O BO 850- all m aint records., RoadKing, R5" st 'ge 4-cyl. 1468 m miles
MotorHo s/RVs Acur'0MDX,tour- 579-2136 vms $20k. 334-598-3110. 2, security, gps, oi runs wellwarranty,
B.miles, excel. cond.,. Honda '97 Prelude Mercedes '29 Benz cooler, many extra's. Like newincludes
28 ft. Allegro, well new tires. $22,300. . �-' " � F 5sp manual, ice cold Gazelle, replica car. FORD'65 F-100 $10.500. 334-803-5008 riding gear, $10,000
334434-0240 154K o chassis $4200 08 790-8283 te, OBO. 334-796-5596. Jeep '02 Wrangler X,
'07, 15 L OiXFt. main ed, new � 0240a/c, 154K on chassis,$2. O9 8
M'erury.Custom tires, fully loaded, . 83K on motor, Sony 6-cyl.73,000 original . Honda TRX 300 EX WD. 44 Gr cnd.
trailer, excellent ept $50. oCall ' CD, AEM intake, Mu- mi A/C, AM/FM, Bike is complete cus- $11,500,
condition. S21,000 . o0-7- l8-01 or - j '. .gen exhaust. alarm, runs well, Great tom with tons of 719-930-4976.
Call 229-309-2871 Dodge , cond.8334or96-.',8. accessoires incl. Red
all 229-309-2871 Dodge , ne tires, tint, runs cond. 334-796-7218. . .B. Jeep '06 Wrangler X
..Watkin.'.. . ft. C Coc akor, 4 cylinder, great. $6,500. Con- -O e.E.D.'sep06 Wrangler X
Watkins '79 27 ft. Concord Coachman ,.ionatic loaded, gete6d500. n Harley Davidson '07 334-805-0816. hard top, 6 Sp. 6-Cyl.
SHP Yannmor, at Pt St. '05 Motor Home. 23' ;1,0 miles $5995. tact Craig 727-798- Road King Custom 4-WD A/C, cruise
Joe Marina, 27 north long 2700i, Take BMW '00 323i 10K 34-790-7959 3640 cell or 334-347- Mercedes '96 E300 . Pearl Yellow, 6-spd., 4 ailer h th t5,5 E 6 - Col.
doc. ,500 334897- over payents.850- White $8495W. 557 h OK5,595M. W.M.Car 5 ., Yellowad sd. 44, trailer h , $15,500. Exc. Cond.
2167 or 334-733-0020 593-5103 C SalesLLC 1919 EZ Go Golf Cart, 6. 3000 mi. Loaded. Like 77 hrs. Like new con- 334-693-3424 334-701-
"--,Car 19 bttri--and .'Sales LLC, 1919 W.M� new! Always covered edition. Asking $5,400. 5153.
Campers/Travel DAMON '00 DayBreak W.M. St. 699-5880 chr,.mr ,:. '. :1.- a ~r SI 4 699-560 and garage kept. 334-798-5640
34 ft, 21K miles, www.westmaincar .i. .l ; w.wemac.r �99 ' w34 -
Trailers Chevrolet engine on salwestmaincar ' I ,tmainc r M 2 Ch- -li Includes sundowner Kawasaki '8 Vul.:an i ,
an generator, hy- l m FORD 0 ICr.,.n .' "' seat w/backrest, 900 ,:usrm. 2u0
'04 Mountainerti r , r-I- ;rP..I:,E,-E ,-InvlD.r. Super sports front ml sras. ebrketn90ic . 4
wheel. 34ft, 1 ow ner 5th ,Crd.a . 1 , r, II r ,,e b nrr.r, , clip Red, 2-dr. hard windshield, rush - Caair t"Mgs . I r,.
wheel, 34ft, 1 owner , ,mufflers. $15,995. 'i9i �,,ji
$21,900 080 w/'00 .rns_ ,.)r. l df s.. rur, rr~r7,, :d top Needs work $15,995. 334.6923
$ 10Ford 3/4 ton p u -, .- . - r ,, r. condo. $1,750., 334- Great proj car $4,500. 334- 393-0064 o r "-9 5421
truck 3/4t ,0 8 0- .p 538-1747 Hyundai '04 Accent, 4 334-774-2825. Mojo Motor Scooter Jeep '83 CJ-7, grey,
482-5187/850-272- ' ' Ford '03 Mustang GT cylinder, AT, 4 door,Blue, SU. A .
0760 convertible., 69k 88,000 m. Excellent! Mazda '85 RX-7GSL, $1650 850- 258-1638 WD. 118k, Power
070 BMW .2 32 t 0h miles. auto. Garage $4,500. 334-790-7959 Mercury 2006 Grand Grey, 79k mi Street stnew re
'06 Jayco, 30' Travel ' nf'9', W r-1.. I Vr. '. 51i':0 Frni M.arius. 3,.700 m;. Port Engine, Panas- Suzuki '06 Boulevard steering, new tres
Trailer, excellent SesLLC1919 W.M. -3 .59 6 6. Pe Records On,- port Rims, New Tires, 800cc, 750 mi. Like $6,500. 334-691-5683.
condition, sleeps 8. t 699880 ner A er $3995 850-482-2039 new crash bar &
$9,800. OBO. 334-.677- ' As e..m,;, ,. r ,,, k. ... Owner All serie w, crash
3953/701-7648 -D - ..," .. . reiord. 718 5251. Model A 1929, 2 dr, HARLEY DAVIDSON windshield $4,500.
S r,, .Le . excellent driver, has '08 1200 Sportster 334-618-2542.
I .1. I:F. , nV 1, $15,000. 850-482-6632 warranty, Like new. 700 4X4, auto trans
',... ,,. - , ;4.9,,: Hyundai 05 Sn.a 850-596-8475 $9,800, 334-702-4778. likenew,140 m. Ca-
-7*11LX. V-6. Auirmatic. fag,- mouflage, $5,500.
1 BMW '0 325'Spr FORD'09 Mustang Idd. Un roof. M ' - Harley Davidson'08 8O0 3 4-585-2398. Jeep Libery,2004, V.
Sl Pkg.20"inchrims, Bullitt Highland .,-r lerAnniversary Fat Boy, P/W Cruise CD,
Pk. 20" inch rims Bullitt, Highland le2 r. nue . ,,.- .. pAnnersback , 6 Yamaha '02 Raptor Great Condition,
- " - sunroofleather,war- Green, 1000 ml, - i '. 1300 i Load3ed ,660, fully loaded with Beow
ranty. 35,500 Mi. Loaded, warranty, Like new. 18,000, Retailaccessories, Call 632-0144
|,' $24,000. 334-798-5753 Still new. $27,500., 5 p0i', L-i.7 N . 1 In 'ous Altimaly clean & fast, ail Call 632-0144
-oNISSAN'06AIt!maor fa 334-798- 5104. y c; 5 asto
'07 ESCALADE RV 37 -- - 334-790-9431 B , Sa A t. R edced rce 334-805-0816 Land Rover 06 Range
REB By KZ, 5th W. Blur e, a Auto 4 uo evr- B&lAr Rover Super charged
REB By K, 5th W. Ford 91' Thunderbird cyl. 61.000. Loaded, 4 r, new panti&' ng loaded w everyop-
Like new. Non- P , r-Win' ' A 2-dr.coupe 52,800K runs well. sunroof, 85o, refurb. Manr ex- tion, I owner, gar.
Smoker , NPe 3 Four Winds '99 $3,500334-8050458 very clean. Like new trash Make offer. YAMAHA '06 kept, 334-685-2297.
Slides, Deluxe Refrg Motor- home. 34 ' Ford '92 F150 XLT $1 , 500. 334 333-4655. p'ourLo 'enteluu el tl Roadstar 1700cc, Lexus '01 RX300,
w/icemaker, Excellent condition, BMW 2006 3251363504X4 5 sp. V-8 SWB Jaguar 'O S 3.0 BIk. Black, Motorcycle. pearl white, 100K
Convection/Micro, 20K, New tires DVD A/C PS&PW $1,750. 95k $6,495 W.M. Car: 5000 miles. Vance miles, excellent SUV
King Bed, Fireplace, Player-Ref-/Frez miles. ONE OWNER, 334-714-4241 Sales LLC, 1919 W.M. Hines Exhaust Sys- $9,500.334-792-9672
2 A/C, Washer/Dry- w/ice maker, Water Immaculate. Leather,St 3346995880 HARLEYDAVIDSON es Exhast s a $9,50.334-67
er, Carefree Atvng, heater, hydraulic ' Sunroof, Warranty. Ford '93 Taurus, runs St. 334-699-5880 '08 Dyna LOW Rider teOm. 4 helmets and or 334- 333-5709
erCarefreeg Ang, heaterood, needs AC, www.westmaincar NISSAN '06 Altima, 105th nivEdition gel cushion. One Nissan 06 Pathfinder
Morryde Susp.,Rear jacks, convection- CARFAX. 3338956 $2200. 1-334-475-1723 ' Blue, Sedan. Auto.4- 10h Cop Black, MoE owner, garage kept. SE, white, leather,
Entertain- mentT- /microwave oven - BMW 545i sedan,4 Ford 95'MustangCo- cyl. 61,000, Loaded, torcycle.6-spd. 1,700 Like new. 9000.334- OSEoun roof.
le rs, 2 718 :-0460,7180793 perclean,47Km , $2500850- runs well, sunroof, -nrJ^ ^ ^ ^ 618-5833. 5 mies$60
ble 4/' Chairs, 2 ' slide out.. $29,500. door, loaded, V8 su- nvertable $2500 850- - ' rn e ro3- 0
Leather Recliners, 718-0460, 718-0793 perclean 47K miles, 7260256 very clean, Like new. Loaded, Like new. 334-714-0770
Coach w/chase. Monoco Knight '06, 334-701-5550 Ford '91Taurus, 4 $15,500.334 333-4655. 17,500, 334-790-5357.
334-714-2406. Diev al o lies. 4?00 . miles. Great shape 2.SSL, Black, 34,200 Low Rider, less than

21'F-ro- m e , T A,,'-uTr .e . : row seat, bse spks. 205-449-1970. $20500 obo, 334-372- Business CP. Chevy Harley Davidson '95 tion, water cooled, SE Black Auto 43K
21' Freedom Travel ro n nAT 75 diesel BMW '98 325CI 87K $27.900.060 79l 2552 0702 or 334-432-0302. 350 4-sp auto AC, PS Ultra "Classic Elec- cruise control,extras, mi. leather int, 3rd
#3900 650-866-1700 �gen 4dr�rfrigw/ $8,995 W.M. Car Honda 03 Accord E \. -Fat men suspension tric Glide 30 annm- 4700 ml.. Like new rowseat Lkenew
. icemker, WD in Sa 1919 WM. Hbl, maher. u.un- un drive n re -0 $769334-71 01 $17 5003 , 34-897-82.
1995 Travel Trailere Hom th e ss. mi., bose stereo, Fb r IlersTractors |
co5tl Wheeld AC, exc'06 36 ft. motion satelentllite dish, St 334-699-5880 r. v GMC '07 Yukon SLT e moon roof, spoiler, y x
cond.t,$4950negoat ia- Phaeton. 67' $. 5,t31K, 5.31-' -11. V8,Nleat ,i leather int. very RECUC lD ' am a YMH'08 V V-star

Sa m rowseat bosespks. 205-449-1970. 20Hatchbk, Be Ext, r 334-372- Business CP. Chevy Harley Davidson'9 , 5
21'07 3500 Diesel dual- Leather euroaechner, sales.corM Honda 04 Accord Blck Int, Auto. i, infwto: 13K5520 a y di, ,bu ed, mes graleeT$r69Ato.3r

Reese Hitch Asking Brake-Buddy for tow tan, exc. 82K, garage 51K miles premium- Kia '06 Spectra EX, 4 Entry, $13,500 OBO, m m 334-899-1212 Yamaha '09 1300V Lissilton Peanut pick-
$74,300. 334-655- car. Garage stored, kept, $11,500. 334- sound system beauti- door, 4 cylinder, AT, 334-333-6590. Motorcycles Harley Davisdon '89 Star touring bike or $1850. 6000
Trailer, good condo Allison 6sp. 7.5 diesel BMW 4H7 07 54X3to0 s4 a6
850-86-$8,995 W.M. Car Hna EFm s 30 yr anni-

. Many th aer d options. 32868 . fl car 0. lo d 42,00 miles. O bile'9 Cu-m L ike new row seat, Like new.
5thnc.ca334-7.olle& Buick '794 Centur, $' 721440.r 334-596-5321 2003 Y Z125bouht. 334-7 r $0334-96-2240
Vi5.5 K Generator, -45 cell like new, . o lss0 SL, all pwr, AC, '07 250 0C4 Wheeler, 60 s 3 34-7 - llrg100main. 229-465-322
mii:s $600 34-940-369027 Fea1ir 261 C1s --
'07 3500 Diesel dual- Leather eurorecliner, Honda 04Accord info03345'ccodE Fatboy$ red63white5 250, burgenalre1836ie ,miles, _Trailers

s s n w motor, perfect $1850 080 850-593- Sport Utiy bi to PcbW e s ser X, 5 0 Dri
. 43 '03 Clas A Monoco ser dll for thousands 4-dr 33K m Gold, to 0- A u13K miles, greats'
S-TM '98 740iLd, bath. Load/ n sm ing vehicle D.. 10,200CD Keyle - s lhape, 9,500. 5 793 454 F i .7
Re. car tchdraley & all Buick '94 Century, $14,400. 334-596-5321 5 17 2003 YZ125,bought 7868 or 334-596-240
DFL, 20 slide - os Watge3sports6 f,850482 f- ften ew. $15,600. Motorcycvy/ R cey Davisweon'89 Star touring bike, er $1850. 6000

32ftCarriage ,. furnishingsdshes, 132k miles, ae, 229-774-2203. trailer 14000 OBO 2 . 1200.e Black, 20K mir r48 1-
1 500. " towels, etc.) $65Ki . 34rs , $1500a 0 334- loaded42000mileleather850-227-1568. ut LoRiderchromed 25. ilton Panut

- - Cond. ^ $1800.334 $13.50. 334-347-9829 sunroof, leather. 6 ^ 334-74-3368 or 334- Chevy *07 Tahoe, diesel engine
S34 696-550/3691 . C 8 DeV ille, clr. ls S, goall pwr, AC, '07 250 CC condition. 1 432h-r724 il 2es, Like capprox.23P PTO) 1

pets Exc Con gine, 5804Wave 135K miles, loaded 900. 334-243-, 4166 LMercede Benz 01 57K mileYMOUT '98 Neon t d.$4000.CARFAXdeal machine to care

* RED-Runner 1200 XLT, 155 leather, new A/C, Mi- $699SL500 silver, Hd & 334-794751701_ _ lo (� 3 - for lar 41
$38 - 4-'0 3 Clas 00 OBO c 3 750- H$6,995 W. 334Ar 1-ownr, K, run/ boack, Hard-tail, va . 34-62-5533014 B onal Sold "As I

DUTCHMEN07Sales LLC 1919 W.M. looks g reat. $2,500 726-3842 ton, custom paint, White, SUV. Auto. 6- Sea led Bids opened$13,900
Coema bna0tSn Fode .e83 ic 83-05- bump. 890K
leelern & Ant F Tioga Arrow 27ft swyCnuSt. 334-699-58rI0 4 33 4-6421 - to an, e 334-am Minimum Bid

Camper Pop U A/C Motorhome '86, mcleanwtcondn W Su Be9e6 Cns - b T mower brakes, Power a$ 5000 BO
$3,500. 334-347-4334 Pow.brakes & steer- Cadillac 0.- . ime sales.comn 08ee0swor, Kei .t $1334-797-500&33BO- 3 4AM/FM, r2o05
ing A/C, AM/FM, Pearl, Auto. 8-cyl. $2800.334-7141546 AWD. 4,000, Loaded, for th. 334- Loaded'00 Excellent Wide , hevrolet95 oiver-
lww.westmaincar Powe r steering, CD 796778 $12334-596-5321 334-379-8733 sion Va, loaded,
-Trailer w/1 slide . milHas C, AH '0AM Civic t g , , - ustGray Plymouth , 7 Ready to travel

OU Rrun ell, low miles, Camero *72 Dragcar, Harley *04 Road King HONDA -03 Metro- $3.000. 334-701-5c16
loaded $16,000 772- leak damage. $65000. $3000. 334-o048-985h G..aARCTkCCAT '07 700 334596-169 $800 850-774-441 r

-5065 850 526 ra2840l CHEVROLET u.3 a ct7 bg block Classic, 4,000 miles, politan Scooter. For'05 S t T -4-

Trailer '06 38B-DSL, CarSeeker tre cl. s, . learr int very needs power glide, garage kept, 2 seats, Bright yellow, ow XLT Aarnalin Pack---
, 2 slid s Wters s B. 8 4.l L ik . /itinG es Mrr I Great cond. $5200, Harley Davidson '06 - Massey Ferguson
pet51, okiL e m ew.$ - -4 Dee v i\lke9 n2-774- 2203 trailer, $14,000 YMOUT. 33471tained.$4 000. Buy HarleyacSt 20K mi. .. 0or, -s l

new.$21,500. , Aviation terior. Veryclean. Infiniti'01130120K 3076 4357 -334t793-65
334-406-4555 One Own-er $8,800 silver $5,995 W.M. -Chvy 76 Pick-up, HONDA -'03 Metro- Bis
$19500.334- 9 Kawasaki 95 9ZX 34 30.K miles, leather, all 8 ac 98 Grand Am 3 50-227-1568. HARLEY99 Soft-Tail poliutstand Scoter. Ford 9Eplr scape boerx blade.
451 FLEETr 77-4 nter- mi., ave orig. aper- sto, iond ce/ rig tow, low hit5 SV. Auto re. c , le Voyage
m 5 00 e aig o i o o t t ag ow fmil334- $13,50. 39 t. D34 9 ylVolvo 't Ato Fi- Van, cold ar, load,

Camper Pop UBO 3 . /pMotrhomunner 1 T, 1755 leather, new A/C, Mi- SL96u s , H& 3 new

S HP, 8hrs. in fresh chelin tires $4,995 Soft tops. 39,873K m. TW O to Find the Right e O Ane
waappl. Fr C . whteuto.8 cyl. w, 3 5 stinoo! Hot obs and t e Jmackson nation Flori n hae ve joP9e
$4,700TRAVEL TRAILER'05 Tr ms . Excllen 334-750- et o n5 33 3.
DOutback Sidney 30 condition $. 2259f334- Chevy 94'tZr 71m Hary '00 Dyna Wide sunroof. 45003 4 , 334-400if
levelers & Antiswy engine hours, need 2800 miles, ve 94000, Pwr steering, turbo, goldy 334-671-4124 75K, Loaded, Leath GXE, Glide, blue/silver, mower & sun cover,

payoff. Lots of extras minor repairs. $750 clean, Great cond DVD, CLEAN! 10,500

$-334-790-9263792- 3135 $18,500. A m 5 Betb Coe- DR be EN i b erges $
-0 Camr. 0 - leak damage. $6000. vertibYamahaBlack, Auto. 4-cyl., I'04 $1,350
Toyo5ta'02NE8ry.E33c tiro , lt reborue, R o w uz h
stranems0portation 115KVco $7,500 W.M0 Car Honda '92 Accord LX, S '0 3 , 33 K $14x4,25001bo winch, Honda'01 Goldwing Vans
2sieotSales LLC 1919 W.M. pwr doors, exc condtacniUnc58., good cond. or ABS, Blue, 34xxx ml.

, Ig S t. 334-699-5880 $2800. 334-714-1546 At. 42,000, Loaded,
" "4Power steering, CD, DClassics &rAntiques $2,200. for both. 334- Loaded, Excellent Cion t V, loaved
$19,5-631$0350,3t 97ing ond., scape box blade.

-73 www.westm-anar aC. AM/FM, stereo, 4967$1122K, Ready to travel

Dutchmen Travel9a CHEVROLET 03 n1 ires, sunroof, 477 C big block, Classic, 4,000 mles, politan Scooter. Ford '05 Sport Trac
Sraleepe8, DSLd CarSeeker I."Jt.ricgar p.. �teaG tr it. very needs power glide, XL Aocond., onlyrna Pk-
. 3-'. L.:-ded. clea, like new. Best offor 850-526- dresser bag, other miles, exc. con . . adeT ' 6K 04.hrs. n 28 HP

outs, 334-792-2290 days, eves. 850- ox- trash. $15,000. 334- $1200. 334-774-7106. ra
,Loaded, Like ,jr,- r,.. L her rr $22,000. 3594-9931 797- 2995 or 334-792- 7 " r36 r34 C nT1,0

new. $21,500. i teior. Very cle432-370an . Infiniti '01 130 120K 3076(a 435pprox. 3HP PTO)
eso eIdeal machine to care

Cmr334-406-4555 Onen1e00r$L8T8.eSilver $5,995 W.Mi Ch& '76 Pick-up, HoNDa -'0 etro-rd9lr
LEETOOD '04 1963 Cessna C 334-299- 3430 Car Sales LLC, 1919 Pontiac '98 Grand Am 350, auto., 50k g. HARLEY '99 Soft-Tail O er.o- r .rer.
watr$/3taier788213,57 d3 11 own 0nd. t VO LVeOri'06 er usoBig Dog'04 Ridge: / Br N iSelelo, sw$5dn. Ine h $5,900. 334-333-0342

Airplane, 2200 hours, eW.M. St. 334-699-oac Hard-tail e value. 334-632-0144 PALMER'9926ft

Can e seen at the 050 9am/9pm 762-2864 or 7111,000 mi, 684-12113,500. 0650 am/9pm 4995. 334-7Dump Trailer $90-7959.
Fleetwood '99 Prow 16,000. 334-897-2207 988.334-
S3347143041. purchase of 1977 r,.rl . hbuEddie Bauer, Black 5835
A75A Grumnan A/C LeathLT, Maroon with gry

leees&.excellentelow3times4.1 interior, cylinder, IT TAKES TW O toFind the igh O ne
rsr.- g,, old irDIRT bikes TTR125 DVD, CLEAN! 10,500

R ALE Te R CYamahae $1500. 334-702-402604 350. & OBO. 334-616-8015 229-334-0154
Outback Sidney 30 condition $400 334 CheSuzuhi'03 94' Z71 off-rd.
RLS, Like new. Asking 798062on exa'Goldwin-cab 350 loadedans
payoff, Lots of extras camper shell, custom.

334 790-9263 s Misc wheels. Needs6a little
CHEVY 95 C8,r'both.334- Loaded Excellent Chevrolet '95 Conver
somnt' i122KReadytotravel
tires, sunroof 477.bigblock, 4 e 1. Scooter. Ford '05 Sport Trac

KEYSTONE '07 Cop- FORD ,v ,,r. S5 Bright yellow, lowSt cong., 4 5'
Super Canyon 5th Redb, great cond. 41K "lLx n' .

, system $11,500 0 Victoria. $2,500. sil ry
r so ound, g. liv- 334$156950003550 983-1498/718-8258 334- 1200. 33474-710
ig797-2995o334-792- area$7,00d.S4.000.

6n1-e $21,5002 . 3tFORD ' n06 F1 Supe t leCh Vrytle ai1r 05 Cross-.f .,' ,
Triuph,5th2cab 5.n4 V8 lade,0hu fire Converta7 , n5O sdI r eble 12k"e Chrysler
W Aztec20k miles, $17,000 miles, auto, white," '"A.'cair ,
i , warranty $15900 850-209-4416 .-774-7108. dancing. 1-800-470- 75,000 Excellent,

Keystone '07 Cougar Silver, 5-spd. 4-cy,.2 .0 ' '

Camper 'N/hunks WD. 13500K Loaded. S S ',

306BHS, $22,500, very clean, Like new. Corvette '07 auto,
Sleeps 9 Loaded! $14,750. 333-7555. 3LT, Loaded, chrome
334-714 7623. . wheels, victory red,
- ' showroom cond. t--
will with warranty.

-. Vette 96' Collector
addition factory hard
KEYSTONE COUGAR & soft tops auto,
loaded, 102K mi.
'01, 1/2 Ton Towable beautiful car, exc.
Fifth Wheel, lots of cond, $12,900, 334- Corvette '81
up grades, very nice, 684-2006
Reese hitch included, Automatic 350
Like new. $10,900 JAutomobiles a(Silver) sell as is

sleeps 6, A/C, 2004 Honda Civic EX, Corvette '93 Coupe,
awnMig/stove/fridge Orly 65,955 miles. 40th ANV, triple
outside cook thl. Like New. $11,500., black 79K mi auto
$2500 Good cond. Call 718-5251 $9500. 334-596-1694
850-557-0124 2004 Lincoln Corvette '99 conv,
Towncar, Silver. pewter with black
READY TO TRAVEL Great Condition, interior, auto, 84k
5MLT Seel, a Need to Sell miles. 16,500.334-
a5th wee, '98LTJaSy 07 $12 844. Call 618-4533 596-1694
Dodge 2500, 6.7 L Die- Chevrolet '95 Caprise Ford '03 Taurus SES,
sol w/ hidingng hitch. Classic, $3850. 334- V6, 88k miles, clean.
$54K. 334-791-4192 794-0202 or 791-9447 $3500. 334-691-8012

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Chrysler '95 Voyager, Ford Ranger '07 4-cyl.
V6, auto, seats 8, Auto, Air, PS,PB,
power, am/fm cass. Am/FM 46K mi. like
new tires, NOW new, $8,950. OBO
$1975 B060 850-592- 334-714-1543.�I
2832 GMC '03 Somona, 4
cyl, 5 sp, AC, Pwr Tim & Patsy
Steering pwr brakes,
new tires. tunno cov- Sapp
er $4800. 586 5396 Broker Owner/Realtor
Gu- MC '04 Sonoma. all
?' ' power.e.,:ept s,M-_. Call Us For All Your
Dodge '01 Grand 4 door w. keyle. Ora Mock, GRI Real Estate Needs
Caravan ES, red, Van. 4. garage kent.0il
Caravon ES, red, Van. 34k miles $13.000 . (850) 209-3595
Auto. 6-cyl. 2 WD. 334 347-9829 - Broker Associate (sapp@earthlink.coin
112,K mi. miles, GMC 91 Jinmm 4,4. 850) 526-9516 4257 W. Lafayette
Loaded, Pwr brakes, 6 2 Diesl 4 in h. (850)269 Marianna, Florida 32446
Pwr steering, CD, aluminum wheels (850)526-5260-Office
A/C, AM/FM, stereo, 12 36 Radial (850)526-5264-Fax.
runs well, leather int. Swappers CD www.flordashowcaserealtycom
AC, Auto, AM/FM CD www~florldashowcas ry
very clean, $5,200. $4800 obo. 850-762-
334-347-0496. 9333
DODGE '91 Caravan GMC '91 Jimmy 4x4, O.
$950 OBO Good Con- 6.2 Diesel 4 in lift.
edition 229-334-0154 aluminum wheels 4257 Lafayette Street, Marianna, FL
Ford '98 Windstar, Swampers PS, PB, (80) 526-5260-office
$475 down, 0% Inter- AC Auto, AM/FM CD ( ).526-5260-office
est. Daylight Auto Fi- $4800 ob 850-762- (AGREAT GET AWAY ON CHIPOLA RIVER! 2
nancing 1-800-470- 93334800 obo. (850) 526-5264-fax Bedr .oo/1 Bath Cabin Located on the historic
0 6 5 0 9 a m / 9 p m ,, ,.I . I; . . .. hiF. . I i. f, .- r ,
G 9a8 Sa a GMC '95 dump truck, Website: ...., N, .... . .. .1
GMC '98 Savannah Hi V-8 Allison trans.,
top van. leather, good cond., $3500
power, Q-bed, 2 TV's OBO 334-701-5516 or
very clean, ballgame 334-691-987
ready! $5,395. 334-
793-3494 / 333-1291 Mitsubishi '06 Raider
Duro Cross, Crew
MECURY '01 Villager Cab, V8, Loaded, 32K
Van, fully loaded, $14,500. 334-791-0646 IN A .Lq Nrk i ,,, ..,.. i..,, .,1 i . i. M
102K m iles, w white ex- ,... .. ...... . ,,. . ... , ,, , ,),, r ., . ,. , , , ..
cellent condition . 1 " " c. ., ., . . .. . . . ....... .
$5,500 334-740-9155 Nissan 01' .u . ......
Ponyotac '01 Montana, ,. , , ....
all power, rear A/C, 7 Frontier
passengcaper, good$6,500. * j o
condition. $4500. 334- OBOr. 334-

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299-331 998 or 618-7101 leather mLery
Dod Ram P/U 4X4 c2Danelean warranty.St, Maranna Charm g. oer
S LL Loaded od floors and fireplace, 0hree0bedroonms. Oe bah l O ii -llIh I I I,,
Toyota '07 Sienna - 4 , l- I t - J- . . , . .. . , ......., .. , .
XLE, Handicap Van, $6Truck 47.500 ......... ...
6-cyl. Loaded, 8K iagU i .L> ... .... .... ... 1 4 . ..,E '-"AE R-
miles, leather, nav, OBO. 334-
bluetooth. Like new. Ll NN
$46,600, 334899 assilver.cel- :6734630:
Nissan '08 Titan .IE,
W d Crew Cab. , Short Bed..
A Pickup.RedAuto,Scyil.
4WD. 14,000K mL Exc. f ..
on BluFord800dumpooth, moon " 34'S 500 Male Oe
Wanted :1997-1998 roof, leather inLvery F RI .iI , 1i.; ,l'. .
Dodge Ram P/U 4X4 clean, warranty. LOTS FO R SALE ... .. , .... ...........
or Chevrolet 4X4 will 29995Tacoma. 334Sil-92e650 &. .. .
7002 Nancy. Dump Truck $47.500 ,,,6.,,,I3, O , .40.. , .......
619.1041. 334-687- 2156CROv'ETTi NVAV ALEORD FL u...1 i . , ,. r

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lentcC. AM/FM, Like . I ....
$12new.50015.5020 ,.Firm , ,,, ,. , ,.,
5659/209 16896. .lI6--OS9 ~ 9"CFO

Chee," o "53 S' 2500S 500 -
truck, low miles, au-.t SuILDING LOT IN COMPAS.. L&,E IN nil HEHIL, rL,.S
to, diesel,$115000 Toyo 044 DrtDbl rr1 . , . I t I I... ......"..h,. '1 .Li ' i.l.. I - ,I .
334-894-2315 or464- Cab)Tacoma. Sil- ver. .23E8S $S160lOii11% ll,,I"ll I 1 ',1i
HD Work body & lad - ckp. Aucom6- , ,, .. ...

Ider rack. 141K, Great 500k iies.Ied IN IinIRIANNA . W VS
ing.1Till.-t Cruise. Hard
Bed Cover w / Liner.
A/C. AM!FM, Like
new. $15.500 Firm.
C h e v r o le t 0 5 ' 2 5 0 0 3 3 4 . 4 4 5 - . 3' 1 I6 .. . ... .'. . . : i . .i. . .
HD Work body & lad- Toyota '07 Tacoma " " ' ' .... ... ' . ....' .
'der ack.14KGreat I O D^4WD. 4cyl. sp.. I-I..
rack. 141K, Great 42500k miles. bedB I .N A .. . IN FERSN
Shape, $10,200.334- liner., fiberglass cap. - Ibel ,,.r 2.' _ t ,,tt, 2 ..,-..
701-9964 $16,150. 334-899-2120 h .:. r , ,u t ., n0 r, ub ii, ,
CHEVY '02 Silverado Toyota '08 Tundrra Mr. a, FL 3244, ,, ___ _._,-,d_________
1500,LT, ExCab, Z71 SRS four door truck (0.205 -r, i! . offie IMetl r,.:,l
4WD, Leath., 126K with bedliner. White .:.woge tb.,dmz jnd 2 c . c3,q: N3..
$9500,334-794-4809, w/dark cloth interim F oJcerrc , .:., -,bl -
or. Dual video ss. in . be :. d O R L R IDE. FL I - .L 1
boards, satellite Call Ora od or an appointment
radio and new tres. $198.500 Lis.ting b609 .. -
25,000 mi. Asking - ... " *,
$23,000. 334 791-9439 _ . : WIN
Chevy '04 Silverado '
3500, Duramax, 6.6L,
DuallyTowPkg/po- LegalNotimes
wer trailing mirrors, Bridge"t atterson,
crew cab, ext. bed, LFM14678 (850) 693-0487II ii liI', , I'i' I1 t..
87K mi. Loaded Buy Ltig (850) 693-04.87 I
separate or pkg deal INVITATION TO BID . .. . ..
w/ 2007 Copper Can- , ,:,eh:..'.--,,.:. "" . , "
non Keystone 5th wh. CITY OF MARIANNA 4257 W. Lafayette, , ,,
slides, sharp. Call NOTICE is hereby Marianna, FL 32446 ... "",-. -'-"" " '
for details. Buy given to all intrerest- M na F 3 ...i..,,,.i
Seperate or pkg. deal ed persons or firms (850) 526-5260-offce
$54,999.334-805- rhar sealed bids will)
4906. De accepted by the (850) 526-5264-fax
CHEVY'64FullSize Marianna City Clerk T Visit Our Listings Go To
CHEVY '64 Full Size at Marianna Ciry Hall
P/UP, V-8, 350 motor located at 2898
3 sp. New tires, ex- Green Street. Ma-
haust& clutch$3,500 rianna. Florida 32446 t - . ., . ii i, . i' i.i.
MSTA 334-687-6500, until 2:00 P.M. on - ..
695-8454 Tuesday, Septemberh o .. -. "-1 i .
Ce 1 amino 15. 2009. for the fol-
350 Engine, $750& iem: .
850- 594-3282 BID NUMBER: ..-.
Chevy '90 454 SS, 79K PW09-01T w,,......'
miles, new paint and BID TITLE: Uniform
much more, MUST Lease 'Service BG AL '
SEE! $9000. 334-648-
1014 Bids will be opened -- .
and recorded at the .
Dodge '08 Quad cab, Cirty of Marianna
5.7 Hemi, loaded. Commission Meeting
$16,500.334-796-8174 Room at 2:00 P.M. on
Dodge '98 Ram 150 September 15. 2009. 5153 8th .aenue. Mialone. FL
Xcab. $575 down, 0% Specifications and ha. i- ri r�,Fi3 ,p...ChL 1 ,:
InterestDaylightAu- details may be ob- I3cale'd inhe Cir. of h,. ,ou .illen ....... .... ,, ..
to Financing. 1-800- rained from the City ihe i..inen ~ 1b i Ii.:l.n ".iu.i.11. , I.n... .......
470-0509m/9pm Clerk at Marianna h I ior 3Ho i bnie in l 191Toli :' .... i'"me has
City Hall between the man, r.-ii.: Ihit. neo c ,ic. oiicnrcm
hours of 8:00 A.M. t' O I ,%]ler hc ,ater; e ,l. Ir. ialior, l-iorn
and 4:30 P.M. Mon- ha: no . n ,,hl rn lt:.ioi plumbl,.. and nO.t
day through Friday. ,epil' 5):re.r, T-i 1I3 ,a, e ho.m-
IMPORTANT Listing # 234729 $180.000
Quotations SHALL be
Ford '00 Ranger XLT submitted in a sealed
Supercab 3 Litre V-6, envelope.maked: I'i...i ...i..NI..l
5-spd, 95,000 miles, SEALED QUOTE and
Excellent. $4,900. identified Dy the

14K obo.596-3189. A list of bidders and
award notice wll be .1 .
FORD '07 Explorer r.ublicly announced
Sport Track Limited, at the nel regular
to. 8-cyl. 4 WD. of City
24500mi, Loaded, Commissioners fo-
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underground utilities, all
within minutes of sports
complex, downtown
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and much more!
Excellent pricing and
value with energy efficien-
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construction along with
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