Jackson County Floridan

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Jackson County Floridan
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Sunday Floridan
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Jackson County Floridan
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Marianna, Fla
Chipola Pub. Co.
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Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
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Folk festival marks Labor Day

The man who owns Renaissance Park
calls it a place "where nature and history
Anyone making the 12-minute trek
down Hartsfield Road to attend the Labor
Day Folklife Festival Monday would have

to agree that
selected an
All along
the dirt road,
ditches are
studded with
- bright yel-
low, purple
and ivory
petals high-
light the sce-
nic route. The
flowers are


For video highlights
of the Labor Day
festival at
Renaissance Park,
visit the Web site at

tucked in among ferns, grasses and weeds
that provide a study, in green hues.
Now and then, trees arch over the road
to provide a canopy for motorists.
From time to time, the flowers, trees and
grasses give way to an open peanut field,
or a pasture where horses and cows graze.
In many cases, these fields have passed
down through families who worked the
land at the turn of the 20th century - the
era that Monday's festival celebrated.
The next hint of history lies just beyond
the gate leading into the park. A chimney,
all that's left of a family homestead on the
property, stands stoically, surrounded by

Leon Kelly, left, gives Kendrick Gardner a lesson in the dying art of tie tying
Renaissance Park's annual Labor Day Festival. -Mark Skinner/Floridan

some of nature's finest specimens.
Sylvester bought the property from
another local family years ago, and in
1994 enlisted friends and family to join
him in creating the Labor Day festival, and
the Living Heritage Day there in
The two events are similar, but with
more cold-weather events, such as meat

preparation, reserved for the later one.
Volunteers show visitors how things
were done back in the days when horses
and wagons were the main means of trans-
portation, when soap, brooms and mops
were made at home, and when families
raised, grew and preserved nearly every-
thing they put on their tables.
In December, 77-year-old Leo Tanner

will showcase his skills at preparing a hog
from the kill to the cooking. But on
Monday, he manned a table in a shed
filled with old-time farm implements. He
showed visitors how they were used.
The homemade mop he had, for
instance, was made from corn shucks and
To make the body of the mop, he
explained, someone used a hand drill to
bore several holes into a thick and sturdy
rectangular board.
Old cork shucks were then stuck
through the holes, acting as a mop head.
The knobby ends of the shucks didn't go
through, and kept the business ends in
Tanner said the floors were mopped
with lye soap.
As Tanner talked about the many items
on his table, his daughter Alice Tanner
Taylor was busy making cracklin' at the
other end of the shed.
Made from the skin of hogs, cracklin' is
the homemade version of pork rinds found
packaged these days on the shelves of
supermarkets and convenience stores.
Rural families at the turn of the century
were forced to live a 'waste not, want not'
lifestyle to the extreme, knowing their
very lives could depend on their ability to
use everything to feed and clothe their
It would have been unthinkable, Tanner
said, to discard the skin of an animal.
In years past, some food at the festival
was cooked over an open fire. But these
days, gas is used to heat the big cast-iron
pot Taylor used. Because it's more man-
ageable and safer on festival days that
See FESTIVAL, Page 4A >

Good crowd for last ca

About 300 people turned out
for the last day of the season at
Blue Springs Recreation Area on
Labor Day Monday.
That's a bit lower than the
Saturday-Sunday numbers of
about 400 each, but still a
respectable wind-down, Jackson
County Parks and Recreation
Director Chuck Hatcher said.
He estimates there were 34,000
visits over the course of the sea-
son, 24 percent higher than last
year, and 74 percent higher than
in 2006.
Concession workers said pop-
corn, sno-cones and nachos were
hot sellers on Labor Day, along
with Mountain Dew, Dr. Pepper,
water and other beverages.
As lifeguards kept a watchful
eye, youngsters splashed and
played in the ice-cold water of
Blue Springs.
Lifeguards Michael McArthur,
18, and Blake Henson, 17, are
serving their second year as life-
guards at the Springs, and both
said they hope to come-back next
McArthur has rescued eight
swimmers in distress, and Blake
six, since they started what they
consider the best summer jobs
anyone could hope for. On
Monday, with a smaller crowd
than usual, they were a bit more
relaxed than they might have
been on a busier day.
They've gotten to know many
of the faces and habits of the
crowd they protect, but their eyes
were still alert for signs of trouble
that, on this day, never came.
Nearby, a diver prepared to
make her first-ever caverns dive
into the cavity below.
Michelle Fish and diving
buddy/mentor Perrone Ford chat-
ted with the curious kids around
them before Fish went under. She
and Ford said they enjoyed the
interaction and liked the fact that
swimmers and divers get to share
Blue Springs. They brought extra
See PARK, Page 4A >

at Blue Springs Man held

Nicholas Breeden of Malone dives in Blue Springs Labor Day. The popular park and swimmir
is now closed for the season. -Mark Skinner/Floridan

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on drug

Marianna police report they
arrested a Greenwood man
Saturday on drug charges fol-
lowing a routine traffic stop.
According to a news release
from the Marianna Police
Department, officers conducted
a traffic stop on a vehicle for a
minor traffic infraction
During the traffic stop, a
search of the vehicle was con-
ducted, and officers found what
was described as a "large quan-
tity" of marijuana, some pre-
packaged for sale, and digital
scales inside a motorcycle hel-
The driver of the vehicle,
Dakotah Ray Santiago, 24, of
6378 Blue Springs Road, was
arrested and charged with pos-
session of more than 20 grams
of marijuana with the intent to
sell, and possession of drug
Santiago was transported to
the Jackson County Correctional
Facility where he awaits first

One person

^ dead in fatal


A Holmes County man was
killed in a single-vehicle crash
near Ponce De Leon on Sunday.
According to Florida
Highway Patrol reports, David
'g hole A. Mulberry may have already
been unconscious when he
crashed into a guide wire and
then a tree off Holmes County
181A around 6:40 p.m.
Mulberry, 59, was driving
northbound in a 2006 Kia
Sorrento when his car drifted off
the edge of the road and hit the
utility pole guide wire and tree,
according to reports.
His body was taken to the
medical examiner's office.

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2A - Tuesday, September 8, 2009 * Jackson County Floridan

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Mostly cloudy. A bit
more humid. A few more
afternoon thunderstorms.

High - 890
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Scattered showers
become more numerous
in the afternoon.

High - 890
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An isolated thunderstorm
possible with partly
cloudy skies.

High - 87'
Low - 6X'

Scattered showers and
storms likely.

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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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September 8 - Tuesday
* The Southeastern Community Blood
Center mobile unit will be at Chipola College 8
a.m. to 2 p.m., or you can give blood at the
center, 2503 Commercial Park Drive in
Marianna, Monday-Friday, 9' a.m. to 6 p.m.
Call 526-4403.
* Republican Club of West Florida hosts a
panel of healthcare professionals to discuss
healthcare and Congressional Bill H.R.3200,
12 p.m. at Jim's Buffet.& Grill in Marianna.
Panel members will be Dr. Joe Gay; Sandy
Helms, A.R.N.P.-C.; Eddie Hendry, Sanofi-
Avantis Pharmaceuticals sales representative;
and Paul Lambert, PA. Public welcome.
* The Optimist Club of Jackson County
board meets every second Tuesday, at noon,
in the Teen Court office, Danley Building in
* Christine Gilbert teaches free quilting, cro-
cheting or knitting classes Tuesdays at 1
p.m., at the Jackson County Senior Citizens
center, 2931 Optimist Drive, Marianna. Call
* The board of AARP Chapter No. 3486
meets at 1:30 p.m. in the Marianna library.
* The Sneads Elementary School Advisory.
Council meets in the school library at 4 p.m.,
when the annual School Improvement Plan
will be presented and new council members
elected. .
* The City of Jacob's first budget hearing is
at 6 p.m., with a Jacob City Day Committee,
meeting to follow, and the regular monthly
City of Jacob meeting at 7 p.m. Call 263-6636.
*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 9 - Wednesday
* The Southeastern Community Blood
Center mobile unit will be at Graceville High
School 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.,.or you can give blood
at the center, 2503 Commercial Park Drive in
Marianna, Monday-Friday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Call 526-4403..
* Chipola College retirees (faculty and staff)
meet for lunch and a program, 11:30 a.m. at
the Gazebo Coffee Shoppe & Deli in down-
town Marianna. Spouses welcome.
* Alcoholics Anonymous has an
ing Wednesdays, noon to 1 p.m., at the First
United Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna. Meet in the AA room.

September 10 - Thursday
* The Jackson County Adult Education
School Advisory Council's first meeting is at 2
p.m. in the Jackson County Annex TABE Test
Center, 4294 Liddon Street.
* A special meeting of the Jackson County
School Board will convene at 3:30 p.m. to
approve the annual Cost and Financial

reports. The regular board meeting follows at
4 p.m. in the board room of the JCSB offices.
Call 482-1200.
* The annual Jackson County Democratic
Executive Committee "Blues & Boots Bar-B-
Q" starts at 6 p.m. in the Jackson County
Agriculture Center, next to the fairgrounds on
U.S. Highway 90 West, Marianna. Guest
speakers: Dave Aronberg, Dan Gelber, Scott
Maddox and other democratic candidates and
officials. Western attire suggested. Tickets:
* The Town of Grand Ridge will hold a pub-
lic hearing at 6 p.m. to discuss proposed
Ordinances No. 2009-04 (DeSandro
Annexation) and Ordinance No. 2009-05
(Goodson Annexation). The regular monthly
council meeting will follow the close of the
public hearing. After the close of the regular
council meeting, the town will hold a public
work session to discuss and review proposed
Ordinance No. 2009-09 Budget for FY 2009-
2010. To review the proposed ordinances, call
* Alcoholics Anonymous meets Thursdays -
for a "closed discussion," 8 to 9 p.m., at the
SFirst United Methodist Church, 2901
Caledonia St., Marianna. Meet in the AA
room. Attendance is limited to persons with a
desire to stop drinking.

September 11 - Friday
* The Southeastern Community Blood
Center mobile unit will be at the Graceville
Correctional Facility, 7 a.m. to 4 p.m., or you
can give blood at the center, 2503
Commercial Park Drive in Marianna, Monday-
Friday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Call 526-4403.
* The Jackson County Chamber of
Commerce will have a ribbon cutting, for
Jaded Hair Salon at 9 a.m. followed by an
Open House until 5 p.m. They are located at
2145 Airport Drive, just off of US 90 in Grand
Ridge. Refreshments provided and a door
prize drawing. Call 592-8200 or 482-8060.
* AA has an open, meeting Fridays, 8 to 9
p.m., at the First United Methodist Church,
2901 Caledonia St., Marianna. Meet in.the AA

September 12 - Saturday
* Cemetery working at the Kent Cemetery,
three miles southwest of Alford -- arrive early
and bring tools and mowers. A fish fry will
follow; bring, covered dishes and drinks.
* The Jackson County Farmers' Market is
open Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays,
6:30 a.m. until all fresh produce is sold out, in
the courthouse parking lot in Marianna. The
market is a state certified farmers' market
accepting FMNP/WIC and Elder affairs
* Concerned American Patriots of Jackson
County hosts a "Tea Party," 9-10 a.m. in

downtown Marianna, in support of the nation-
al "March on, Washington" and to remember
those whose lives were lost on Sept. 11,
2001, and the unity that followed after the
* Chipola River Book & Tea, 4402 Lafayette
St. in downtown Marianna hosts a book sign-
ing, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. with local poet PV.
LeForge. His current book is "My Wife is a
* The 2009 Graceville Harvest Festival
Beauty Pageant is at 2 p.m. (ages infant
through 7) and 6:30 p.m. (ages 8-21) in the
Graceville Civic Center. Door admission is $4
per adults; free for children 3 and under. Call
263-4744 or 263-3072.
* AA has an open meeting Saturdays, 4:30
to 5:30 p.m., at the First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St., MariBnna. Meet
in the AA room.
* Sheriff Lou Roberts presents an evening
of Southern gospel music, with the Fourth
Annual Sheriff's Gospel Concert Benefiting
FloridaSheriffs Youth Ranches, 6:30 p.m. at
the Marianna High School Auditorium, featur-
ing music from The Basfords, The Bibletones,
The Diamonds and The Joe Cook Family. No
admission; a love offering will be received.

September 14 - Monday
* The Sneads Carlisle Rose Garden Club's
business meeting, to plan forthe new year and
go over the new Club book for corrections and
additions, is at 10:30 a.m. A Dutch treat lunch
at Pappy Tom's restaurant follows at noon.
* The quarterly Jackson Hospital Board of
Trustees Joint Conference Committee meet-
ing is at 5 p.m. in the Hudnall Building
Community Room.
* The regular monthly meeting of the.
Cottondale City Commission is at 6 p.m. in
the commission room.
* AA has an openmeeting each Monday,
from 8 to 9 p.m., at the First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna. Meet
in the AA room.

September 15 - Tuesday
* The St. Anne Thrift Shop, 4287 Second
Ave. In Marianna, is having its End of Season
Bag Sale (clothing only), $2 per bag, 9 a.m. to
1 p.m. Sept. 15, 16, 22 and 24.
* 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 at 1
p.m., at the Jackson County Senior Citizens
center, 2931 Optimist Drive, Marianna. Call
* The Jackson County School Board's regu-
lar meeting is at 4 p.m. in the board room of
the JCSB offices, followed by a public hearing
at 5:01 p.m. Call 482-1200.

Getting It


The Jackson County
Floridan's policy is to cor-
rect mistakes promptly. To
report an error, please call
526-3614 Monday-Friday.


The Marianna Police
Department listed the fol-
lowing incidents for Sept.
6, the latest available
report: One
vehicle, one
suspicious -
person, one C]IME
burglary of Z .--
a vehicle,
five disturbances, one
civil dispute, one tres-
passing complaint, two
.property checks, one
agency assist, one public
service call, five traffic
stops, one felony battery

and one disabled vehicle.

The Jackson County
Sheriff's Office listed the
following incidents for
Sept. 6, the latest avail-
able report: One aban-
doned vehicle, one alarm,
one animal control com-
plaint, two agency assists,
two civil disputes, one
criminal mischief com-
plaint, two disturbances,
11 EMS calls, two fire
calls, one road obstruc-
tion. one informational
report, one juvenile com-

plaint, two larceny com-
plaints, two noise com-
plaints, one missing per-
son, two pedestrian com-
plaints, one patrol request,
two public service calls,
one stolen vehicle, three
threats, two traffic acci-
dents, 33 traffic stops, two
trespassing complaints
and one warrant arrest.

The following people
were booked into the
county jail during the lat-
est reporting periods:

- Marcelino Lopez, 29,
4985 Pole Lane,
Marianna, no driver's
- Tammy Williams, 49,
4704 Western Road,
Bartow, worthless checks,
hold for Polk County.
- Sarina Hunt, 36,
20608 Front Beach Road,
Panama City, resisting
without violence, posses-
sion of a controlled sub-
stance. possession of drug
paraphernalia, introduc-
tion of contraband into
state facility, non-payment
of child support.
- Dakotah Santiago, 24,

6378 Blue Springs Road,
Greenwood, possession of
drug paraphernalia, pos-
session of more than 20
grams of marijuana with
intent to sell.
- Willie Goldsmith, 23,
3070 Carters Mill Road,
Apt. Dl, Marianna, felony


To report a crime, call
CrimeStoppers at 526-
To report a wildlife vio-
lation, call 1-888-404-
FWCC (3922).

Panama City Low - 9:30 PM High - 12:08 AM
Apalachicola Low - 12:54 PM High - 5:47 AM
Port St. Joe Low - 8:56 AM High - 12:00 AM
Destin Low - 10:07 PM High - 12:32 AM
Pensacola Low - 10:41 PM High - 1:05 AM

RIVER READINGS Reading Flood Stage
Woodruff "42.95 ft. 66.0 ft.
Blountstown 5.80 ft. 15.0 ft.
Marianna 5.99 ft. 19.0 ft.
Caiyville 7.52 ft. 12.0 ft.


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Jackson County Floridan * Tuesday, September 8, 2009 - 3A

Donation helps horse rescue group Gardening Friends of th6
SPECIA--. 0 TFLOIIDAN . Big Bend meeting set

Hidden Springs Horse Rescue of
Marianna has fell the pinch of the
recession. A recent visit from Three
Rivers RC&D Council representa-
tives has resulted in some relief.
After their time at the rescue, the
representatives approached other
council, members and, in response to
the report of their visit, the represen-
tatives were given an emergency
operating grant to benefit Hidden
Springs Horse Rescue.
On Sept. 4, a $5,000 check was
presented to Hidden Springs Director
Melanie L. Higdon, with plans to pro-
vide continued support in the future.
Hidden Springs Horse Rescue is a
noh-profit organization funded main-
ly by Roger and Melanie Higdon of
Marianna. The rescue is actively
involved in the rescue of abused,
abandoned and neglected horses.
They rescue, care for, rehabilitate and
adopt the horses to new homes. They
are also planning to begin several
youth programs at the rescue ranch.
According to the Higdons, the
donation from Three Rivers RC&D
council will allow them to continue
their work. But in order to continue to


Gardening Friends of
the Big Bend meet at
the North Florida
Research and Education
Center near Quinc, at
6:30 p.m. EDT,
Tuesday. Sept, 15.
The group aims to pro-
mote gardening and gar-
: denying research by sup-
porting and assisting the
faculty and staff of
NFREC-Quincy. an- arm
of the University of

Jack Mashburn and John McMurray of the Three Rivers RC&D Council
present a check in the amount of $5,000 to Melanie L. Higdon, director of
Hidden Springs Horse Rescue. - Contributed photo

operate the rescue at its current level, , The rescue ranch has an open-door
they will require additional funding policy and accepts visitors by
to meet the rescue's yearly budget of appointment at 526-2231 or
nearly $100,000.

Equine Management School starts Sept. 14


Jackson County
Extension Director Doug
Mayo recently announced
details of an upcoming
educational event for horse
owners: equine manage-
ment school.
University of Florida
Extension will be hosting
the Equine Management
School by video confer-
ence in 13 locations. The
video conference classes
will be from'6 to 8 p.m.

Some tickets

still left for


Artist Series

S A handful of tickets still
are available for the Sept.
10 Chipola Artist Series
event, "An American
Portrait: On Wings of
Season tickets for all four
Artist Series events also are
available through Sept. 10
in the Chipola Business
"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.
Audience members will be
treated to our nation's
diverse regions through the
music that captures their
essence, and the patriotic
finale features America's
most beloved anthems per-
formed with eloquence and
This stirring, evocative
homage to our homeland
comes alive through the
piano work of Mac
Frampton and the voices of
Sam Hagan and Dawn
Three other events are
scheduled in the 2009-10
Artist Series: "Celebrating
the Season" is Thursday,
Dec.'10; Cantus, one of
America's finest profes-
sional male vocal ensem-
bles, performs Feb. 1, 2010;
and violinist Sarah Geller
will perform March 18,
For ticket information,
call the Chipola Business
Office-at 718-2220: -.

CDT beginning Monday,
Sept. 14, and will be held
every other Monday night
- Sept. 28, Oct. 12, and
Oct. 26 - at Extension
Offices in the Florida
Panhandle and Southern
The registration fee for'
the course is $40 per farm,
and $10 for each additional
person attending from the
farm. The registration
deadline is, Sept. 8.
This course is designed
to provide participants with

a basic overview of' equine
health, nutrition, weed con-
trol and facilities.
Additional information on
these topics will also be
provided in the' course
notebook that comes with
each full registration.
The Equine Management
School will be presented
locally at the Jackson
County Ag Conference
Center, located on 2741
Pennsylvania Ave. in
Marianna. Course informa-.
tion and registration forms

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rning drawing, M - Midday drawing

are available .on . the
Extension Office Web site:,
or for- more information,
call 482-9620.

September 17th,18th,19th

Fall in Love
with Pandora

Downtown Mrianna


Florida's InstiLute for
Food and Agricultural,
During the Sept. I'
meeting, plansfor tlifh
group's October events -
- Agave/Succulbnl ,.
Workshop, Planta otf.:
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masks so kids could look through the
goggles at the cave opening below.
Some youngsters stayed on shore,
making sand castles and other cre-
ations, frolicking in the playground
or playing beach volleyball.
Some darted in and out of the
water, making the most of their last
day at their favorite swimming hole
and park.
Sebastian Moseley, Clinton Hall
and Ashlynn HalLwere among them.
In the water, Sebastian worked on
his front flips and back flips, hung
out on the floating dock, made multi-
ple slides into the springs. On shore,
he played volleyball, visited the play-
ground and grabbed some snacks.
Clinton also dove and took to the
slide, and onshore played volleyball,
built sandcastles and spent time in the
Their great-aunt, GiGi Moseley,
enjoyed their enthusiasm from a com-
fortable spot at a picnic table. For
several years, the family has come to
Blue Springs often in the summer,
she said, noting it's an inexpensive
way to let the kids hhve fun and burn
off a little of their endless energy.
One family cooked burgers and hot
dogs under the large covered pavilion
nearest the water. It was a special day
for the Knox/Beachum, family,
Shalonda Beachum said.
Her children, four-year-old
Christian Beachum and 11-year-old
Aaliyah Dorch, both have birthdays
in September. Her son's was Monday,
and her daughter's will be on the
16th, so the family decided to cele-
brate them together.
Each had a cake decorated to their
own taste, and each had their own set
of friends to share the day with, along
with many family members.
Beachum and others chipped in to
cook the burgers and hot dogs to
make the birthday meal complete.
For many in the crowd, Labor Day
at Blue Springs is a long-standing tra-
Lori Opper ran the gate at Blue
Springs in the 1980s, and she's back
strictly as a customer and doting
grandmother of seven, with one more
on the way. She watched some of her
grandchildren play Monday as she kept
guard at a table full of snacks for them.

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the mohawk Evy Benton gave her while playing in a baby pool on the
beach at Blue Springs. -Mark Skinner/Floridan

On Monday, she'd also brought
along some pictures in a plastic bag,
photos of her daughter as a four- or
five-year-old at Blue Springs. Her
daughter Tabitha, now 22, came
along with her to work back in those
days, and loved to play in the water
under the supervision of mom's co-
workers. There were pictures of her
swimming in an inner tube, sliding
down the old metal slide - now gone

- and playing in the sand.
As she looked through the treas-
ured photos, Opper said she wants
Blue Springs to be a tradition for the
younger generation, as well. She
hopes to one day see Gabriella
Beachamp, Zoey Moore, Katlyn
Byers and all the other children in her
life introduce their own little ones to
the joys they were having themselves
this Labor Day at Blue Springs.


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draw so many children, the
use of gas has been one of
the few compromises made
at the annual event.
Taylor learned how to
make cracklin' when she
was a very young girl, but
on Monday the middle-
ager still needed her
father's guidance to help
her determine the proper
level of heat to use.
After a time, he walked
over and turned up the
burner to make the crack-
lins cook faster and crisper.
Tanner was proud to be
of help, and proud to be a
fixture at the festival.
Although he had a hip
replaced four months ago
arid may face another one
down the line, he wanted to
be there Monday. Over the
years, he has shown the
ropes to many kids young
enough to be his great-
grandchildren. He said he
thinks it's important young
people grow up knowing
how to be self-sufficient.
That's more clear' to him
than ever in these rough
economic times.
Danny Sylvester said he
thinks that's important too,
and it's one of the reasons
he puts on this festival.
For Sylvester, it's also a
matter of honoring and cel-
ebrating the culture, the
heritage and the people
who survived and helped
others survive in the hard
old days of early rural
Jackson County.
That was also the feeling
of many who helped out
with the festival.
Floy Spears of Marianna
revealed her method for
making lye soap, and was
glad to share it with others.
Two cups of lard heated

over sterno, a cup of water
and three tablespoons of lye
are what it takes to make a
cake of lye soap, which she
still uses to bathe with and
clean her home.
Shoeshine man Leon
Kelly, a favorite at the festi-
val year after year, had his
customary shoeshine col-
lection on display. But this
year he added a bit of
excitement to his station
with a shoe-toss game for
children and the young at
heart. The goal was to toss
the shoes so high they land-
ed in the branches of a
nearby tree. Symbolic for
letting dreams leave the
ground and for rising above
the negatives in life, the
game drew as many grown-
ups as kids.
Kelly also demonstrated
another art he fears is in
danger of falling away -
tying a tie.
He brought some extras,
and coached other men on
how to tie their own.
Kendrick Gardner was
one of his successful pupils
on Monday. Gardner had
never been to the festival,
although he'd been mean-
ing to come for years. He
said he was glad he finally
got there, and he'd made a
fine windsor knot by the
time he moved on to anoth-
er display.
Will Barnes, founder of
the Marianna Area Chapter
of the Buffalo Soldiers cav-
alry organization, along
with others from the group,
brought their horses for
children to ride. The origi-
nal Buffalo Soldiers were
put together in 1866 and
served until the early
1900s. Freed slaves, they
were working their way

West as they looked for
work at the end of the Civil
War. They escorted stage
coaches across'the plains
and protected them from
Cheyenne and Apache
attacks, and also built Fort
Sill in Oklahoma and Fort
Stockton in Texas.
Barnes, now retired from
the Army, formed the local
group after extensive
research into the history of
the Buffalo Soldiers. He'd
never heard of them until
he was serving his country,
he said, and wanted to
honor them once he knew
more. The local group
works with children and

assists families in need.
Children are also impor-
tant to Glen Holmes, who
runs the New North Florida
Co-operative. There, he
teaches young people who
want to become farmers. He
also puts small-scale farm-
ers in touch with potential
buyers. The co-op provided
the collards and other veg-
etables cooked under the
main shed at the festival
Monday, which were
offered up to hungry guests.
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C'dale donates to budding players

While going through some of
his team's used equipment,
Cottondale Hornets baseball
coach Greg Ohler wondered if
there might be a way to get some
of his club's old gloves, bats,
balls and uniforms in the hands
of kids who want, but don't have,
the means to get such equipment
After searching online for
groups specializing in just that,
Ohler mentioned the subject to
Cottondale High School athletic
director Mike Melvin. He told
Ohler of a friend who works in
the New York Mets organization
and does work in the Dominican
This led Ohler to Steve Pindar,
co-founder of Roberto's Kids, a
volunteer non-profit organization
dedicated to delivering used
baseball equipment from all over
the U.S. and Canada to disadvan-
taged youth around the world.
It was a perfect match for what
Ohler had in mind.
"It's a great organization," the
coach said of Roberto's Kids.
"Anyone who puts their time into
helping the less fortunate kids
experience the game of baseball
needs to be recognized for their
Ohler said the Hornets donated
30 to 40 pairs of pants, 20 to 25
jerseys, some gloves and a few
pairs of cleats. The coach also
said he soon planned to send over

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a home plate, a pitching rubber
and some used batting practice
After initially finding the idea
of sending their old uniforms and
equipment out of the country
amusing, Ohler said the Hornets'
players quickly warmed to the
"At first they thought it was a
joke that I was sending them our
old stuff," he said. "But once I
explained what the organization
does for the less fortunate, they
thought it was pretty cool. They
realized how people in this coun-
try take little things like a base-
ball jersey for granted, but a kid
in the Dominican's eyes will light
up when they take it out of the
Pindar also works as director
of community relations for the
Oneonta Tigers, a Single-A team
in the Detroit Tigers minor
league system. He helped start
the organization 10 years ago
after doing mission work in the
Dominican Republic with his
wife, Lisa, and seeing the need
for such a project.
When a local Little League
contacted Pindar about accepting.
some of its used equipment, he
had his first donation in hand.
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The Chipola College
Athletics Department is
hosting the First Annual
golf classic at Indian
Springs Golf Course on
Sept. 18.
Chipola has won
numerous conference,
state, and national cham-
pionships and will be
using this event as a
major fundraiser for the
The format is three-
man scramble with
morning and afternoon
starts are available to
help with scheduling.
Entry is $75 per player
which covers greens
fees, cart, lunch, and the
chance to win door
The Birdie package-
$100-includes entry in
the big contests, which
offer 'cash prizes, and
two mulligans.
Three sponsorship
options are available:
Gold ($350): three birdie
packages, a club house
sign, and additional
advertisement; Silver
($125): one birdie pack-
age and one hole sign,
and Bronze ($50): one
hole sign. Merchandise
is also needed for awards
and prizes.
For more information,
call David Lane at (850)
718-2234' or e-mail

Chipola will host the
2009 Fall Baseball
Classic Sept. 17-20.
Eleven teams will par-
ticipate, including
Chipola, Tallahassee,
Wallace-Dothan, Gulf
Coast, Pensacola,
Central Alabama,
Middle Georgia,
Northwest Florida State,
Darton, Shelton State
and Alabama Southern.
The- Classic opens
Sept. 17 with Chipola
and Wallace-Dothan at 5
p.m. Action continues
Sept. 18, with the follow-
'ing games: 10 a.m.,
Chipola vs. Pensacola;
12:30 p.m., Pensacola vs.
Northwest Florida State;
3 p.m., Middle Georgia
vs. Northwest Florida
State; and 5:30 p.m.,
Chipola vs. Middle
The Sept. 19 games
are: 1 p.m., Tallahassee
vs. Central Alabama (at
Marianna HS); 3:30
p.m., Central Alabama
vs. Shelton State, and 6
p.m., Shelton State vs.
The Sept. 20 games
are: 10 a.m., Gulf Coast
vs. Wallace-Dothan; 10
a.m., Darton vs. Lurleen
B. Wallace (at Marianna
HS); 1 p.m., Gulf Coast
vs. Lurleen B. Wallace; 1
p.m., Alabama Southern
vs. Wallace-Dothan (at
Marianna HS); and 3:30
p.m. Darton vs. Alabama
For information on the
event, visit www.chipo-

Golf Tournament
The Chipley Lions
Club will hold a golf
tournament Sept. 19 at
Dogwood Lakes Golf
Club in Bonifay.
Registration and refresh-
ments will be at 8 a.m.,
with a 9 a.m. shotgun
There will be prizes
for best ball and four-
person team. Cost is $50
per 'person, including
cart and lunch. Awards
and door prizes to be pre-
sented after lunch at
As many as two mulli-

gans may be purchased
at $5 each. Hole sponsor-
ships are needed.
For more info, contact
any Lions Club member,
or call James or Diana
Barnes at 258-2166 or
373-2775, or Marty
Hinson at 326-1367.

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From that single dona-
tion, Roberto's Kids has
grown rapidly with each
passing year, shipping 25
tons of equipment in 2008
"There's nothing compli-
cated about it. It's supply
and demand," Pindar said.
"We know where the
demand is, and we know
where to match up the sup-
Roberto's Kids operates
in 30 states in the U.S. and
three provinces in Canada,
providing needy kids in the
DR, Puerto Rico and
Nicaragua, as well as the
United States, with "every-
* thing from the top of the
a * * head to the bottom of the
- - * feet that is used to play the
* - - game," according to Pindar.
* - - * "We send anywhere
- * - there's a need," he said.
1 0- 0 "We have a screening
- process in place so all the
S* recipients are exactly
* - W am where they say they are.
* * *~ * We guarantee them that
- * n 100 percent of what they
* need will go to where it
needs to go."

Roberto's Kids has also
shipped to Africa, .and
Pindar said he hoped to
expand to Asia in the
"This is exactly what we
dreamed of," he said. "Now
we're starting to go beyond
what I thought it would do.
It's absolutely a dream
come true."
The organization is
named for legendary Hall
of Fame Puerto Rican base-
ball star Roberto Clemente,
who died in a tragic plane
crash in 1972 at the age of
38 and has since become a
folk hero in Latin America.
Pindar said he got to
meet the Clemente's son,
Roberto Jr., through his
connections with the
Baseball Hall of Fame in
Cooperstown, N.Y. Pindar
has worked with the
Clemente family on
Roberto's Kids since 2006.
The group continues to
do work that Ohler said is
more than a worthy cause,

it's an opportunity brighten
the lives children of less
"I think any organiza-
tion, no matter what level.
from tee-ball to college.
should help out with this
cause," the coach said.
"Everyone has used equip-
ment and clothes that they
consider old and unusable.
but there are many kids
around the world that
would love to have them."

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Real Estate for Sale commercial for rent Trailers
Gandy 4 row insecti- oia f r- 2008 Fisher 1754, RANGER '07 VS188 Watkins '79 27 ft.
cide applicator 40hp mercury, 4- W/175HP Yamaha 8HP Yanmor, at Pt St.
w double boxes, for Last Chance to . stroke, mtr guide, Humrfinbird Elec- Joe Marina, 27 north
twoL: chemicals own a unique one trolling mtr, Hum- tronics, w/Trailer dock.$9,500 334-897-
mounted on tool bar. of a kind recrea - mingbird 565, TAC, $20,000 334-370-3328 2167 or 334-733-0020
Good condition. $400. tion & investment bilge pump, live well, Williams Craft'08
229758-3146 or 229- property. 558 ac. 334-798-0010Cabin l S r
400-5184 in Clayhatchee, AL ApartmentStratos '07 285 XL, 60 horse four stroke
S with .75 mi. '97 ayliner Cabin 19ft, bluegray, 150HP loaded. 334-618- 3058
AduCareServices Toro Lawnmower Choctawhatchee Apartments/Condos/ Referral Services Cruiser 23 ft 1 own- Yamaha V-Max,
Z355 555Hrs. Front River frontage. Townhouse For Lease Policy will selor loaded. Low hrs, Campers/Travel I
Will sit w/elderly. deck/rear grass bag- $1995. per ac. $4K $21,000 obo L Trailers
CNA cert. Will do lite ger. $3,850. 334-798- Motivated sellers Apartment referral $17K 850-209- '07 ESCALADE RV 37
hsekpg/cooking. 850- 9624, Great Cond. United Country A. 2/1.5 nice apt. in service companies 5659/209-1696 Seacraft, '89 20ft 334-796-2344 Mor REB By KZ, 5th W.
592-7253/693-6517 Land & Reality town,$575/mo+ de- sell lists of available Astro '9114ft 40HP Center Console, boat, wheel, 34ft, 1 owner Like new. Non-
Fruit&Vegetables Ozark, AL . posit 850 482-5134
AuFruitVegetables zarkAL posit. 850-482-514 apartments for rent Mariner, trolling mo- motor & trailer, 95 $21,900 OBOw/'00 Smoker, No Pets, 3
Auctions 334-445-4445. B in your area. Please tor and depth finder. 225HP Johnson Mtr, Ford 3/4 ton p/u Slides, Deluxe Refrg
U-PICKPEASWE $2700.334-792-3135 Dual Axle Tr. w/ truck $30,000 850- w/icemaker
TOWNHOUSES readbrakes,wh., runs 482-5187/850-272-
BANKRUPTCY SHELL PEAS! Farm Houses Unfurnished For rent.Forinfo roughly to ensure BoatTrailer van- ell, very clea187Convection/Micro,
1AUCTIONDAY Deese Produce call 8-5. 850-209- that you understand 334-618-3598 Great cond. $6,850. King Bed, Fireplace,
SEPT 11 Lovewood Rd, 2BR/1BA, stove, ref., 8531/482-1050 and agree to all the 3334-696-5505. T d- e 2 A/C, Washer/ Dry-
Florida Residential Cottondale 850 573- Quiet, safe neighbor- terms and the can- Corr nautique Sea Kin older od- ty , looks new, con on er, Carefree Awng,
Lot Auction 1141/850- 352-2891 hood, fenced back- Pro-air native Sea King, older mod- ty, Stehl, looks new, condition, sleeps 8
Conducted On Site yard 850-482-8196 or Business Property cellatlon policy of $24,000.334-794-9766 el withtrailer & 2 slightly used. $9,80080.BO.334-677- Morryde spear
In Re: Khemraj 209-1301. ForLease the contract. sher07 171060 HP Johnson outboard 334-687-3171. 3953/701-7648 Entertain- ment, Ta-
Ramnath employment i he cn Fisher f071710 60 motor. $1400 OBO --------ble 4/Chairs, 2
Ramnatho 082313/1.5 in Marianna horse 4 str fully load- 334-671-5530 Leather Recliners,
BKC-JKO $675/mo + dep i FOR LEASE OR SAL General Real Estate tha rs. Warr. un- Triton02 TR21 Mer- Coacw/ chs
,Maria To z, Trustee CH/A, W/D hkup Medical Building. t . .u 225 engine$57,000,
SRome Avenue 850-209-5696 or Centrally located, til 2013. $10,300 OBO. trolling motor, depth $57,000,
Alford, FL 32420 850- 209-1426 850-526-4407 or 850- 334-714-1543 finder. $17,000. 334- 334-714-2406.
Alford, FL 32420 541-4379 Moomba 98 Sl, Boat 703-0522 1995 Travel Trailer,
$1,000 to Bid. 10% 3/2 Brick home, m&sla-FRS1KET.
B.P. .30-Day Closing ., aprox. 2000 sq ft. I wac r o speak- FOR SALE KEYSTONE cold AC, excellent
.rr 850.000. k3 1- pWAR EAGLE 20f TRAVEL TRAILER 05 a-
NATIONAL 2Caree09-8759 p -. -. 5 SKI NAUTIQUE '84, '07, 150 Optimax DFI Outback Sidney 30 ble. 334-393-1558
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AB640.AU899 General 3BR/.BA, Very nice. Downtown Lafay90, Prettey Bck a . runs great $8500 RLS, Like new. Asking Y name it...
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.com Street in Marianna. Beauty Shop fully w/pecan trees. 3/2 great. $3750 neg. . payoff, Lots of extras Classiied hs it!!!
.coma street in Mapliancn equipped. ADA-OK. CHA. 2643 HWY 69, 334-596-5032 334-347-1962 Call 229-309-2871 334-790-9263.
Busy Medical Kitchen appliance 727-433-7878 Grand Ridge. $199K.
Pr c e in cluded.t S Nea.. 850-592-2005
Found Practice is seeking first and last. Securi-F Ne 850592-2005
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ice Call 850sk526 Marianna, FL 32447 rent, carport, screen safety shutoff, in- 30'Aluminum ladder Ceramic Humming Factory Wheels-$50 Leg Magic $150 Ex- Small desk $15
ai 32447 po594-rch $675/mo 850 2yroldenergyeffi- ludes racks, $250. $175,(2) 3pllars Birds $810, Ceram- Set of 4,15" off 2001 ercise equip. A deal CD/DVD Tower $10
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.LOST: Female Blue Austin Tyler & Assoc _ _-
Hees n Office is seeking rent 850-526-3355 HomesforSaler
High School. 850-482- Full Time.LPN, 1 yr "Property Mgmt is , _____________
5033 ' office exp. prefer- our ONLY Business" 2007 110cc 4- 1 Free Ads 1 Fer Ads ereedAdss
LOST: Yellow Lab Mix red, send resume wheeler, ages 6-12,

tion. 850-693-0282 557-3432/850-814- cent hm, 3/2, 2 car 334-596-1329 $15 850-866-1700 ic Bells $2,$3 & $5, Malibu w/hubcaps. at this price 850-866-1700
6515 garage, utilities for 850-482-5634 (850) 482-2636 (850) 482-4847
single person $65a 2008 110cc 4- 35" Toshiba TV $475 SPEAKER BOX- $75
Personals SIGNATURE Nearly New 2.BR th,wooded bkyrd, wheeler, ages6-12, 850866700' Chest of drawers, 4 Flatware, 34 pc. Thai Mechanics Creeper, N holds 2 75
Persoalsi bkr d, h lerNew-holds a 12"
Home- Hwy 90 E fenced. $150K. pink camo, electric, drawers, wood, 33"L bronze, horn handles wood w/padded speakers(not incl)
HEALTHCARE $600/mo, $250 dep 334-477-6100 start, safety shutoff, 3pc Entertainment x 40"H x 16"W, $65 like new. $150. Ma- headrest. $20 850- 850-482-2636
Southern Gentleman 850-526-8367 includes racks, Center $150 850-866- 850-526-3365 rianna.850-592-2507 482-7933
seeks nice WF 50-60 OF NORTH Wicksburg, 2100SF like new, $400. 1700Christmas Teddy Free to loving home, Mosaic Tile Supplies- Stephen Kingstdw/F
for LTR. Loves speed FLORIDA Houses Furished 4/2, 4 acres with Call 334-596-1329 Cft al i Teddystion books, new/F/NF
boating on Lakes speed Houses Furnis pond. $229,000 OBO 7diningroomchairs, Bears dated by year liter trained kittens. $9 Tiles, Plates, lots $15 and up. Marian-
Seminole and travel 1083 Sanders Ave. 334-498-3256 Honda '07 420EX, like s 10 ea. 850482-5634 850-482-5880/850 of items. Prices vary na. 850-592-2507
ing. Box "RRR"Ph. # Graceville, FL 2/2 Furnished House new, automatic, 614 padded seats $75 Convertible Boot for 303-9727 850-92-2507
pease. The Dothan 32440 for rent in Kynesville, waterfront hours. $3200. 334- 850-526-3365 Toyota '04-'08, never GE Food Processor- MOWER BLADES- $25 String Art Ships,
Eagle P.O. Box 1968 850-263-4447 for 2 people. $650 + War 798-2857 used $30 850-593- $25. LARGE NEW.FITS 46".CUT small $20 large $50
Dothan, AL 36301 dep. 850-638-1703 Property for Sale KODIAK '04, ATV. 7 Speaker Surround' 9987 capacity,like new MOWERS (850)482- 850-482-5634
* LPNs 3/2 New Home, Com- 4WD, good condition. sound system $125 i, 850-592-2507 2636 Thomas the Train.
pass Lake $800/mo + FOR SALE: 3/3 Fur- $3000. OB 850-866-1700 Dishes, 4pc setting,
pets&animals 1-/PN pass Lake $800/mo+ $3000. OBO 850-866-1700white $15 850-482- Generator, New OVAL TUB- $15. Great Battery-oper., trains,
p11-7/ PRN dep. 850-352-2897 nished Chalet, screen 334-798-3352 Adult walkers, $10 5634 Troybilt, $250 Firm for pond, 3X4X3Baby track, & access. $200
850-573-0625 porch, on lake, new for 1$20 for other 1 p e 850-592-3338 goldfish & mollies for OBO. 850-557-1394
i p roof & A/C, in Pine. Boats 8 9096 Portsale. 592-2507 Toilet Seat Risor-
Recepton Cottondale 4/2, new Mountain, GA 1 mile 850-526-0037/960- ting, white w/bue GE RANGE - $250 LIKE sale. 5922507 Toilet Seat Risor-
8am-4:30pm, M-F ly renovated. Close from Callaway Gar- 9096 flowers/gold trim $55 NEW ALL WHITE Portable Dishwasher $35. New.850-592-
to 110, off 231. $800 dens. $230,000 850- 02 Chaparral Ski Aerator used only 850-482-5634 ,ELECT. 850-579-4909 MableTop$200 2507
Apply in person +dep. 850-573-6062 263-6550 Boat, 99 hrs, 4.3L V6, Aer O 8 Dol useon GOLDeS GYM nmore settings Toolbo $
Mon.- Fri. IM 190HP, garage kept, once$100 OBO850- DolphinDiningtable GOLD'SGYM 850-579-0236 Toolbox $150 Black,
ree tPlic 0o Mon.-mFne. galv trailer,ss prop, 594-1024 4'x 6' $380 850-866- TREADMILL- $400 EX- Low Profile,like NEW.
:0am-4:30 pm Mobile Homes real estate $17,000,334-726-2081- 1700 CELLENT CONDITION Precious Moments Small trk. Cindy 718-
Your pet desves a lov- I forRent - fOIe Avon President Drafting Machine & (850) 482-4847 birthday bells $15, 7040850-569-5774
g, cang home. Anad comme lf e '06 Ranger Z19, Mer- Heads $10, tray$6 Drafting Machine & - musica$20850-482- 70408505695774
foa free pet maydrw realestate cury 225 Pro XS. Yel- White House $9 850- scales, Vemco V Graco infant carrier 5634 Tool chest for truck,
respo fromindidua 2/1MH,CH/A. low & white, low hrs, 482-5634 Track, 37-1/2"x 60" w/base, pink/brown, 70", like new $125
whowflsdellyouranimalfor i iforent Water/sewerc. cond., $29,500. on$125. 850-592-2507 exc. cond. $40 850-. Pro Form 480 pt 70", like new $125
exc. condo , $29 ' 500* Blue SP 1$100850- 850-592-3338
research or breeding pur- own lot. $325/mo . 334-695-0312 Blue SpruceXmas Elec hospital bed- 209-5820 Tread Mill $100 850- 8s0-92-3338Dryer
peose, Please screen re- +$325 dep. 850-592- Tree- $75.7 1/2' $400 OBO,Gel mat- Heater, Heat Surge 482-5634 Washer and Dryer
carefully wh 4625 1999 17 foot Alumi Beautiful 850-592- tress padTWIN New w/solid oak woo Quarter vending ma $125. forboth or $75.
ggaanimalaway 2/1 MH FOR RENT raft 50 HPMercury, 2507 $100 850-592-2507 mantle.Brandnew chines $10 each 850- ea.Goodcond.561-
2/1 MH FOR RENT tra or trolling Mo-300 850-593-9987 547-5292 644-4920.
$340 + dep No pets/ tor, depth finder, live Brass items $3 & $4 Electric Phantom 4850-593-9987
smoking.Ref. Req. OfficeBuildings well. $4500 334-312- ea. Thimbles $3-$15 scooter by Electra, Heavy duty manual Record player w/CD, Window insulated
Cats (850)685-2353 ,0114 .ea. 850-482-5634 never riden $375 850- jack operated metal Cassette & Radio, glass 35" octogon
Apartments- 593-9987 press $100 850-579- like new $100 850- w/alum. frame
SUnfurnished 2/2, 3 miles from FOR SALE OR LEASE: 2003 CONTENDER 36' British 303 cal. En- 9 pe $4650 482-5634 $50850-593-9987
Free: Burmese mix, Mar. very clean, Medical Building. with Yamaha stroke field Rifle. Nice Bore Electric typewriter
brindle colored kit- family of 2, $500 mo Centrally located, radar, color gps, auto $185 850-263-2701 $35, new Mr. Coffee Laminated light oak Singer sewing ma- Wood table w/6
tens, wormed, Itr 2/1 Apt.water, garb, 850-209-8947/482- 850-526-4407 or 850- machine, center con- Elite $20 850-866- flooring 100 sq.ft. $85 chine $50 850-866- chairs $125 850-592-
trained, 850-592-2689 sewer incl. $550. No 8333 541-4379 sole. 334-685-2297 Cattle Gate $35 850- 1700 850-593-9987 1700 3338
Iv msg. pets. 850-592-8392/ 482-5634
S g850-592-6115 2BR/1BA in Alford, Iea New He 23 Ft SeaRay Boat, 482-5634 Executive Office Old records,'small $5, Skylight double Nod i New Home?
Free Kittens, Itr bx CH, window AC, $400 260hp. 350 Eng. $1000 Christmas Dish Set chair, beige $55 OBO regular $10 850-482- dome 4'x3' fixed $50
trained, 850-526- Deering Street, pri + dep 850- 579-4622/ Clhck out he ClIassleds obo. 256-201-1657 $10 850-482-5634 850-352-2200 5634 850-593-9987 c it1a1
2958/209-2932 vate 1BR/1BA, AC, 272-7815/ 573-1851
rug. Nopets. $325
= _ _ _ mo NOW! Others. 3/2 $450, 2/2 $400
Dogs 727-433-7878 both CH/A in C'dale.
No pets. 850-258-1594
Free to good home: Rent to Own: 2 & 3BR leave message
found a sm brown MH's Lot rent includ- I
f d m b n ed. Call for details 3/2 C'dale, water, 4
Wynn St Park 850 850-557-3432/850- garb. bug spray incl.
526-3472/573-1123 814-6515 $525 + dep. No pets.
526-3472/573-1123 ^850-352-4869 morn-
Lost Dog in Duplex/Triplex wings
Greenwood! Peek-a- 3/2 DW $600 + dep
Missing since 7. 2 / DuplexCH/A, wa-50
850-557-6015 ter, sewer, applian- septic/lawn/ pest' L
& ln ce inc incl 850-2091027 Copyrighted Material
tails docked, dew 4425 leave message, 2/1 in Malone, $360 .I '1-t ---I
clawed removed, LG 2/1 open floor security neg., 850- I
wormed parents on plan, oak kit, w/d 569-9884 or 850-557- L J . I
site $25. 792-4041 hkup, porch/carport, 3343
2m to courthouse. 3/2 MH, CH/Ain Syndicated Content
fannersmaHnet $650/mo w/s ind. town 850-541- Sy icated Content
850-352-2103 3414/638-9228
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$57.064 NET PROFIT ter, lawn care &
2010 NET PROFIT garb. incl. monthly +
$59,424. dep. 850-352-2897
Farm Equipment Land & FreeStanding 850-573-0625
Building with a Small Quiet Park 2 & �
4425 J.D. Combine Over a 12% Return Pets. 850-592-8129
Both Heads, 7 Peer- PLUS APPRECIATION.
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I ^-- 1 DAMON '00 DayBreak HONDA '08 Fit Sport, f '06 SUZUKI DRZ250 Yamaha '07 FZ1 low ROYAL Mountaineer GMC '03 Somona, 4
5th Wheel, '06 36 ft 34 ft, 21K miles, Silver, 5-spd. 4-cyl. 2 Ford '99 Taurus, 4 MERCEDES '07 C230 clean bike after mrk miles. 2K mi. $5,900. 40ft, 5th Wheeler cyl, 5 sp, AC, Pwr
Montego Bay, 4 Chevrolet engine on WD. 13500K Loaded. door, all power, 110k Sport, 48k miles, load pipe. $2250. 897-0582 334-632-1100 Loaded, full bath Steering pwr brakes,
slides Dodge Ram an generator, hy- very clean, Like new. miles. Great shape ed, CD, sunroof, new '07 250CC 4 Wheeler, tion 334-695-9986 er. res00. 585-5396
'07 3500 Diesel dual- draulic levelers, 2 air $14,750. 333-7555. $3,200 334-685-0560 brakes, warranty, 1 like new, low miles, tion 334-695-9986 er. $4800.585-5396
ly. Tow package& conditioners, back up '06 Raider owner, garage kept, $1850 OBO 850-593- GMC 03' Sonoma 3rd
Reese Hitch Asking camera, refrigerator, Mitsubishi '06 Raider GMC '07 Yukon SLT maint records. 9960 dr. 37K m. $7,200.3-
$74,300. 334-655- freezer, ice maker, Duo Cross, Crew 31K, 5.3L V8, leather, 20k.334-598-3110. 334-794-6283
1100. super slide $29,500 Cab, V8, Loaded, 32K - 6discCD changer, 3 $2003 YZ125,bought34-962
1100334-687-4201 $14,500. 334-791-0646 Toyota '02 Camry LE row seat, bose spks. Mercedes'29 Benz newin 2005, has ess Chevrolet '95Conver- GMC '04 Sonoma, all
Pontiac '01 Montana 115K $7,500 W.M. Car $27.900.OBO 791-2552 Gazelle, replica car. than 100 hrs. $2000; Yamaha'07 VStar sion Van, loaded, power, except seats,
all power, rear A/C,7 Sales LLC 1919 W.M. Honda'03 Accord EX, $4200. OBO 790-8283 2007 YZF250, great 1300 Tour, fuel injec- 122K, Ready to travel 4doorw/keyless,
passenger, good St. 334-699-5880 black, leather, sun- shape and well main- tion, water cooled, $3000. 334-701-5516 4WD, garae kept,
condition. $4500. 334- www.westmaincar roof, very nice, ta ined.$4 0 00.Buy cruise controlextras, a34k mies.$13,000.9
299-3378 or 618-7101 $10,500.334-726-1215. both for $5500.334 4700 m., Like new334-347-9829
Carr ia e Cameo C05 DV o Honda 05' Accord EX 723842 7,690.334-714-4001 GMC '95 dump truck,
oCHEV '95 Camaro, 4-dr. 33K mi. Gold, i V-8 Allison trans.,
S5 Damon05Daybreak, auto, V6, runs good,d YAMAHA'08 V V-star good condo , 3500
CSlides, 2mn5tinted windows,clean '0 VVy,-1836 oo cd.350
5.5 K Generator, fully loaded. Includes needs body work. 250, burgundy, 1836 OBO 334-701-5516 or
loadednosmokeno 14 ftslide, 13K mi., Greatst car! $1,750. 14ercedes '96 E300 miles. $2695. 334-693- 334-691-987
334-794-0385. Honda '06 Civic, Gray Mercedes '96 E300 5454 Chrys = er-'02 Voyager
pets Exc. Cond. looks new. $47,900. Vette 96' Collector 3Honda '06 Civic, Gray 160K $5,595 W.M.Car 5454Va, cold ar loaded
$38,500.334-714-4001 334-687-3171. addition factory hard CHEVROLET '03 r c Gowers Sales LLC, 1919 W.M. . Yamaha '09 1300V 000 . Excellent, I 01
9oleman '01 Santa Fe & soMonoc Knft tops auto Monte Carlo SS, 68,500 mi., Good gas ARCTICCAT'07l70 startouringe �5 . bikeN s n0
Clean P1 Santa Fe M 25K ghtor more'06, soft tops aut, 0102K mi l L mileage &condition. St. 334-699-5880 ARCTIC CAT '07700 tar ung bke $4995.334-790-7959.
p Poea ae. 72K miles Loa ed, $12,900. 334-243-4166 www.westmaincar EFI, 4x425001b,winch 2500 miles. $8,500 Chrysler 95 Voyager Fontie
ppl. i 334 474334 Diesel, 4 slides, 4300 cond, $12,900. 334 Sun- roof, Leather in- Great cond. $5200, V6, auto, seats 8,
5m333 3 i, many upgrades 684-2006 terior. Very clean. 334-714-2978. Sport tlty Vehicles ower am/fm cass. 4-dr. cre
COUGAR '05 Camper $159,700.850-866- One Own- er $8,800. _ _ _""'' new tires, NOW
Trailer w/1 slide, 2774 obile 334-299-3430. $1975 OBO 850-592- cab
loaded $16,000 772- Automobiles" - 2832 c b
631-5065 7 Phaeton, 07' 40ft.4 for Sale s
slide-outs, 15K mi. Loaded.
Dutchman '07 31G- 350 CAT diesel,
DFL, 2 slide outs, Allison 6sp. 7.5 diesel 2004 Honda Civic EX. HONDA '08 Civic,2 Dr. 3AO
32ft, like new. gen. 4 dr. frig w/ Only 65,955 miles. Black Auto4-cyl., Mercury 2006 Grand
$19,500. 334- 793- icemaker, W/D in Like New. $11,500., Black, Auto. 4-cyl., Mercury 2006 Crnd
4510 or 797-7514 motion satellite dish, Call 718-5251500low miles, very clean, Marqis, 35,700 m. Big Dog '04 Ridge- CHEVY 01 Blazer, OBO. 334-
rear & side camerasstl 2004 Lini r C 7 Like new. $15,600. Poce Records. One back, Hard-tail, White SUV Auto 6
Home theater sys. Towncoln, Sver. LT, Ma n withgray 229-774-2203. Owner. All service 11,000 mi, $13,500. cyl. 4 WD. 130000; Dodge'01Grand 673-4630
Leather euro recliner, Great Condition 4 cinder records718-5251 3347029988334- power brakes Power Caravon ES, red, Van.
desk,,King bed, Need to Sell interior, 4 cylinder, Honda 08' Civic LX 334-702-9988. 334- Power brakes, Power
Brake-Buddy for tow 12,44.Call618-4533 XM radio, CD, onstar, Clean, low miles, 648-2425 steering, CD, A/C, Auto.6-cyl.2 WD. Nissan'OSTitan LE,
car. Garage stored $12,844. Cal 618-4533 sunroof, 9,000 miles $14,800. 334-790-7055 AM/FM, runs well, 112,K mi. miles, Crew Cab, Short Bed,
Many other options. 2007 Nissan Altima. HARLEY '99 So-Ta sunroof, $4500,334 Loaded, Pwr brakes, Pickup.RedAutoy
$160,000. Immaculate. Only $'-17,995. 334-797-0987 i Custom, Dimond lce/ 793-0677 Pwr steering, CD, 4WD. b1400aKmmL . Exdc.
DUTCHMEN '07 334-797-3617. 20,200 miles. Below Chevy 94' Z-71 off-rd. Atec Orange, low A/C, AM/FM, stereo, Cond, BluTooth,moon
FreeDoTCHMESpirit7183ft. 7ok.One2Owner. Chevy 94x b 3-71 off-rd.em i miles, Like new. At roof, leather intvery
reedomBook. One Owner.18 t. REDUCED' exc-cab 350 loaded, $10.500.6841211. runs well, leather int. clean, warranty,
Great cond. Load , '03 Class A Monoco 4 HARLEY Davidson ' very clean, $5,200. $29,995. 334-792
levelers & Antisway La Palma. 2 slide. Acura '06 MDXtour- wheels. Needs a little .iHARLEY D avidson 1 334-347-0496. STE G '05 T Axle
bar. Lots of extras. 1ni bath. Loaded in edition 63K work.lo500. 693-5374 R I ioad I l Pohce. Kin --9$ STERLING '05 Tri-Axe
$9,800. 334-792-4071 In. cardolley & all es, excel condo , CHEVY 95 Camaro NISSAN'06 Altima, '6.5 W,. Ford ' 98 Wind tar, , Dup Truk $47,5
furnishings (dishes, newtires. $22,300. Z. k, t clean & shop kept. $475 down,0% Inter- 619-1041, 334-687-
furnishings (dishes, new tires.$22,300. Z28. BIk, Auto, 140k Blue, Sedan. Auto. 4- 3$1 37.00. 334-174-366d3 est. Dayllgh Auto Fi- 5835
towels, etc.) $65K. 334-434-0240 miles, $4500. OBO cyl. 61,000, Loaded, C LEA 10 44h3 est. DaylghAuto F- 5835-- to
334-790-3480. 334-796-3199. Honda '08 LX P. HARLEY Davidson '03 Chevy 07 Tahoe, nancing 1-800-470- Toyota '02 Tundra
White, Auto, 4-cyl, runs wesro, RoadKing, 95" stage 24,800 miles. Like 06509am/9pm - TRD w/boiler ex-
ersports Chrysler 05Touring 25800 miles, very clean, Like new. 2, security, gps, oil new, CARFAX. All GMC '98 Savannah Hi haust, silver, excel-
6,900.334-794-convertible 6283 clean, Great cond. $15,500. 334 333-4655. cooler, many extra's. power. Rear DVD. top van. leather, lent condition
S d rtaH$6,900. 334-794-6283 clean, Gd rea W c -
Kawasaki '95 900ZXI $18,500. $10,500. 334-803-5008 Sell less than NADA power, Q-bed, 2 TV's $12,500. 850-209-
Dutchmen Travel 6 Chrysler 95 Sebg,- -549- Harley Davidson' 07 value. 334-632-0144 verycleanballgame 5659/209-1696
Dutchmen Travel Jet Ski w/trailer Exc. Chrysler 'o Sebrig, 334-726-5491 l It . V r s ready! $5,395. 334-
Trailer'06 38B-DSL, Cond. $1,800. 334- sunroof Ithr, 2DR RoadKing Classic,
Sleeps 8, 2 Slide- 696-5505 /791-4885. BMW '00323i 102K coupe, AC all power Excel., 6700 miles, Ford '03 Expedition 793-3494/ 333-1291
outs, Loaded, Like White $8495 W.M. greatond, 648-5817 NISSAN'06 Altima, Extra's $14,300. Eddie Bauer, Black, MECURY '01 Villager Toyota '44DrDb
new. $21,500. Yamaha 04' Wave Car SalesLLC 1919 Chrystler '05 Cross- Blue, Sedan.Auto. 4- 334-369-8139 75K, Loaded, Leather, Van, fully loaded,
new. $21,500. Runner 1200 XLT, 155 102K miles, whit� ex- Cab Tacoma, Sil- ver,
334-406-4555 HP 58hrs. in fresh W.M. St. 699-5880 fire Convertable 12k cyl. 61,000, Loaded, DVD, CLEAN! 10,500 102K miles, white ex- Cab Tacom, - r
water w/tr r www.westmaincar miles, auto, white, runs well, sunroof, OBO. 334-616-8015. . Au- to. 6-
FLEEWOOD '04 mint cond. black top very clean, Like ne $5,500 334-740-9155 cyl. 2 WD. 80,000,

Tip h, 5th eel,0miLoaded For or $470 ________er__ L oad-m ed, mPor e rve
i, - ,700. OBO 334-750- salescom r$15,900 850-209-4416 e y clean, Like new.
riumphd Sth GWhee. 1337. Day or Night iy whe l 3 34 7 $8,5080-0944ih L Fi aded, Power $16.130
2 Slides Great cond. Honda'97Prelude $155003343334655anted: brakes, Pwersteer
$20K, 334-696 4538 Yamaha '92 i -i 5sp manual, ice cold Nissan '07 Altima - Automobiles . ng, Tilt, Cruise, Hard
/334-790-2950. Waverunner 650, low B Sap 32 C.Y., bmana ic colde2
engine hours, need a/c 154K on chassis, . SL, Black , 34,200 Bed w / DAVIDSON Liner,
minor repairs. 750 83K on motor, Sony moon, spoiler, HARLEY DAVIDSON Wanted :1997-1998 A/C, AM/FM, Like
-334-792- 3135r J CD, AEM intake, Mu- leather int very '081200 Sportster S Dodge Ram P/U 4X4 new. $15,500 Firm,
1 'a 0 I gen exhaust alarm, clean, Like new. Custom, 108 miles, Ford '05 Sport Trac or Chevrolet4X4 will 334- 445-1683.
BMW u5 328i 108Kpacsh 7002NancyTiyxeat'07tTaco
tMPra pt ation BMW '0232 108K new tires, tint, runs $20,500 obo, 334-372- warranty, Like new. XLT Adrenalin Pack- 7002 Nancy. Toyt10Tacoma.
r$930950 W.M. C39a r Corvette '07 auto, -0770o 4,4700277PPt FTcor
Sales LLC 1919 W.M. 3LT, Loaded, chrome great.6,500. Con- 0702 r334432-0302. 9,800, 334-702-4778 age. Loaded! 68K Perfect truck for
$3L0t hComeCorve e 07 a o nw s , sre na Pack. pay,00-cash80 t84
3St 699- 5880 wheels, victory red, tact Craig 727-798- UY M E! Harley Davidson'08 Great cond. $14,000. TrucksH showfun orwork
KEYSTONE'07 Cop- www.west in showroom cond. 3640 cell or 334-347- Anniversary Fdt Boy, 334-793-9265 Reg. cab, red, A-R-E
Cp-wnwrraecopper-black,6-spdcap4cyl, 5sp, 42,500
Super Canyon 5th $37,775.334-67-2131 Nissan '08 Altima, 1 e3rmi.aed " m iord m e'Explorer, mi, ip ere b ssive
wheel,.2 slides, sur- Cessna 1 t ray interior. Le nw. 18,000, $575 down, 0% Inte cond.. my personal
round sound, .g. liv- 1 sunroof. alloy ihee. 334-798- 5104. est. Daylight Auto Fi- truck. Asking $16,150.
round sound, Ig. liv- Unr, 4 c oydtion. 334-798 - . 1 - - 334- 89-22
ing area $27,500, 334: 26K mile. $17.500 Harleya800470 3 8992120
a .00 - 618-6572. 34 D ( 1 334-693-0830 - Harey Davidson 'a08 0650 7 39am/9pmds 10 r48
F E-004 70-94 Aic Sun9 Cu Low Rider, less than '06Elemnea
SBMW '06 325i SrM Oldsmobile'95 Cut 3K mi. black, warran- Honda '06 Element,
Pkg. 20W s nch rims lass SL. all pArC. AC. ty,perfectcond. 20k miles, $14,500. 95 Ford F-800 dump
Ss, sunroofletherwr candy apple red, new many xtras. $13,500 OBO 334-726-8572 truck, low miles, au- I LegaNo Jc
1963 Cessna 150C ranty 35500 MCorvette '81 motor, perfect 850-526-2790 to, diesel, $11,500.0
trniof Glithdi 5wa - Ce 30t yr1 WD annr0t c c te
Airplane, 2200 hours, 00 7985753 Automatic 350 Hyundai'04Accent, 4 contion. 2500 334-894-2315 or 464-
pexc. condo , angered (Silver) sell as is cylinder, AT, 4 door, MUST SEE! 334-648- Harley Davidson '95 314-89 1- r14686
throughout its life. BMW 545i sedan, 4 $6800. OBO 98,000 mi. Excellent! 5817 Ultra "Classic Elec- 3189

g th rou t it e S $680, T e5C0i. t tric Glide 30 yr asenni- 4 NOTICE OF
eytone7 Can be seen at the door, loaded, V8su- 334-774-1915 $4,500.334-790-7959 Plymouth'94,Oauto, versary 7,500 334- APPLCATIOeNFOR
Keystone S '07 Coug Elba Airport. Asking per Hclean, 47K miles, 334- - 4,50. r5y A A 3ya Mai- NTIOE DO
Camper w/bunks 16,0n00. 334-897-2 anty. $29,995. cn S, PB, A/C. $1,250, 695-4014 WATER USE PERaMIT
Camper w/bunkL s $16,000. 334 Auto 87-2207 y. $29,995. Corvette '99 conO , 334-774-2279
306BHS, $22,500, 334-701-5550 pewter with black Harley Davidson'96
I- /s-7i FlChanght Cu Sare '83 interieor ,aoih tio. sHarley Davidson '90 6 Chevy '0454 S S TOtNe the Sec.3 5
Sleeps 9 Loaded! Fight Club Share'83 interior, auto, 84k Pontljc'98 Grand Am Faiboy red & white, Jeep '02 Wrangler X, Notice is hereby glv-
S Cessna 12 5 182 miles. 16,500. 334- $375 dowar. 0, Inter 13K miles, great SUV. 5-spd06-cyl. 4 d en that pursuant to

3342714c .$200 34- e596-1694fesi Dayligh Au i $at condtChevy 04 i4v6rado Chapter 373, Florida
cgu$296908!-.0 I. 3467nig1600-470- 334-699.1212 $11,500, 3500 Drama6.6 tu the follo-
icnd" 92000 850-569 - Dodge 01 Intre id, -. 065 9m 9pm- 719-930-4976. 500, Duramax,, ing applications) for
ewht, 131K, mi ., $3895. Hyundai 05 SnMat Havley Davisdon '89 I - DuallyTow Pkg/po- water use permits)
FREE FLY LESSONS 6 Saturn 6' LI runs, L o Riderchromed Jeep '06 Wrangler X wer trailing mirrors, has (have) been re-
w Purchase of 19 LE 6 rLX, V- Automatic, needs work, $800. out, sounds great. hard top 6 Sp. 6-Cyl. crew cab, ext bed, ceived by the North-
Al Grumnan A/C BMW '98325C87K loaded, exun, OO Keith 334-797- $6800. 334-494-3627 4-W. A, rusemi Loaded Buy esater
excellent low times $8,995W. Car 122K miles. $599l. 2259 after 6pm control 36,K mi. Management Dis-
KEYSTONE COUGAR $23,900. 334-449-1864 SalesC 1919W.M. l33a1 90-959 . . ' $15,500. Exc. Cond. separate or pkg deal trict:
'01, 1/2 Ton Towable Sales C 919 W . - oyota'04 Sequ oha, 334-693-3424 334-701- w/ 2007 Copper Can-
Fifth Wheel, lotsof AutoEngines/ I www.westmaincar l., , ion. $18,000 OBO. 5153. 2 non Keystone 5th wh. to0 fle
up grades, very nice, Parts/Misc. sharp. Call 107060 filed334-796-7092
Sfor details. Buy 8/25/2009
Reese hitch included, chel es 995 high mi., Dodge d shape, 205-449-1970 Loaded, Excellent d '00 Ranger XLT must be received bys,
Like new. $10,900 Dodge '89 Dakota BMW'98740iLblue/ ,..r yrdr. Separate or Inc., P.O. Box 315,
850-718-5243. Sport, parts, $350. tan, exc. 82K, garage auum.iE c. io.31. $54,999.334-805- n. .. B
S om-8, 6 77-3182 or 701- 3480 ket, $11, . 370-663 5 $1295 obo, 790-8944 V3 5 C- Harley Street334-37 3 3 V-6 5Greenwood, FL.

shltepAuto.8cyL runs great very good Datsun78 280Z2+2, Ford 95'cMustanguCo- HONDA -u'03 Metro- m5-spd, 95000 miles. September 25,p2009.
SPw.brakes& steer- on gas $870.334-538- iialower m nvertable $2500850- VE 5 F-100 olan Scooter 06Excellente N 4906. further 32443-0315.
sleeps Pop, A , FOUR (4)-15" Chrome 7 Infini ' 130 120K vy/ Race car w/ enc. yelln64 Fl Si- Requestin4 . a maLdi-
awnig/stove/fridge TireRims. Excellent Bui '75 Skylark, uFord '03 Mustang T Silver5, W.M. trailer, $14,000 O.g l i exn'so J Nisn 07 P i r or 0 F0 suer- regarding this
outside cook tbl. condition.$400. 334- w Vintage, 34K miles, convertible., 69k5 Car Sami, A/, A , $1227156820 Jeep '83 CJ-7, u grey, to.P4 V-8 38K m Seats 15,t los per
$2500 Good cond. 726-1434 or 677-5489 MUST SEE5792136 Paint & milespd, auto$8,200. Garage 632-1100LLC 1919 runs well, Great mention 32K, SUV. Auto. 6-cyl. Exc. Cond. White x-
W.M. St 334-699- Vovo06 S40, black, $15,000. 334-714-7203 WD. 18k, Power ayint. bed ex 334-687-6500i
Gdooro 4 c r ATo or t d hk etw, ow $17,500.334-897-0582. FA -6 18- cotuifer System for
850- -Sa,. 0 - 334-596-9966 5880 www.west sunroof, leather, 6 steering,__________ SIan use bywaneax-
READY TO TRAVEL Automobiles Misc. maincar com CD, goodcn Hly '00 Dyna Wide e ne ir - r

Bu\i IHONDA '08 CBR 100a loaded andinereat 24500m, Loaded, staff reports) must
COMPLETE SET-UPBuk '94 Century, Ford 03 Tarus ES, 57K miles. $14,300. Glide, blue/silver, $6,500. 334-691-5683. Chevy 71 El Camino, iandg facility. General
132K miles, dark ja, V6 88k mile s clean. 334- 475-1701 5200 miles., $9,500. 350 Engine, T7500railes ed
5th wheel, ' LStayco, Corvette 02' Conver- runsgood,$1500. 50. 33 82 334-596-1694' locations) [n
tible auto, 405 HP12- 794 $6,995 W.M. Car 334-774-2825. Honarley Davidson'06 Cevy '90 454 s h earning regard-c. 35
S -791-419 . sound stsSem. 58K 199 #556 out of 800 man- Sportster 1200 cus- m$, nw p t or0 Diesel ig te
S m$54K 334-791- 2 33 Black w/black ufactured. 20K miles, tom. Black, Show-Rd Frm Equi, Intereee tested persons
- leather. $25,500. 334- Retails for $53,225. room cond. loaded. SEE! $9000. 334-648- may object to r con

maita d nw Cwww.westmaincar u 0Rs NewT s L.E.DS $2,300.0- .B.O. Liss6lton Peanut pick- Condition. Bedliner, ten request accord-
Motor Homes/R5 4 299-3739 0 0 See to appreciate. oe, e o e n to the prvisi

v Jaguar '00 -3.0 BIk will sell for $31,700.R, Lisln P pick- Bow A Value
new paint, indoor 94000,Pwrsteering, Green, 1000 m, www.westmaincar Cae 72 Dragcar, Retail! all 632-0144 Dod '98 Ram 1500 posed agency ac-
Loaded, warranty, '6 Xcab.garding the ap
kept $9950. Call 477 CI big block Land Rover'06 Range Interest Daylight Au- ication(s) by writ-
334-792-88 stereo, runs well, Still new. $27.500.. . needs power glide, Rover Super charged to Financing. 1-800- ng to the Division of
792-8827 FORD '05 500 SLE, Great cond. $9,000, 334-7909431 GBest offer 850-526- loaded w/every op- 470-0650 9am/9pm Resource Regulation
Coachman '97 Red, great cond. 41K 850-482-4848. 2290 days, eves. 850- tion, owner, gar. of the Northwest
Mirada 31,5 ft., 37k miles, 6-CD sound Ford '91 Bronco, Ed- 594 9931 kept, 334-685-2297. Florida Water Man-e
miles, good cond., system $11,500 0BO Cadillac '04$ De ville, die Bauer, Ed- 594- 99k9991 et 34 rd encyamiles.aes -
$15000. 229-334-9413334-695-3550 34K miles, leather, all $1000. 334-794-6324 Nissan 06 Pathfinder agement District, at-
Concord Coachman electric, garage kept.l SE, white, leather, tention Terri Peter-
0o or om a FORD '06 F150Super- $13,500. 334-347-9829 Ford '93 Taurus, runs oBOSE sound, sunroof. son, 152 Water Man-
'05 Motor Home. 23' cab 5.4 V8 loaded, agement Drive, Ha-
long 2700mi, Take 20k miles, $17,000 CADILLAC '98 DeVille good, needs AC, JEEP '89 Wrangler, 57K miles. $16,000agment Dria
over payments.850- 772-631-5065 factory 135K miles, loaded, $2200. 1-334-475-1723 $2300, for pics e-mail Honda'01 Goldwing 334-714-0770 vana, Florida 32333-
593-5103 warranty leather, new A/C, Mi- Ford '94 Ranger, red, ABS, Blue, 4xxx m. ments or requests
chelin tires $4,995 high mi., go(d shape, 205-449-1970. i Loaded, Excellent Ford '00 Ranger XLT must be received by
Tioga Arrow 27ft Ford 95' Escord X 2- 688-2163, 370-6635 $1295 obo, 790-8944 12,500, 334-379-8733 Supercab3 itreV-6, o'clock p.rM. on
Motorhome '86, dr 5-sp. PSPV air, -sd$1A595000-79m7K3 ier$6iles-, September 25,2009.
white,Auto8 cyl. runs great very good Datsun 78280Z 2+2, Ford 95' Mustang,Co- HONDA - '03 Metro- 5-spd, 95,000 miles,
Pew.brakes & steer on gas $870. 334-538- original owner, 5 nvertable $2500 850- ORD '6SF F100, oitan Scooter. Excellent $4.900. No further public no-
rn wel, low 772180k miles, somed,.hywooiliexon
miles,Fair cond.Has Honda '07 Shadow, rust, runs but needs Ford '98 Mustang C- 73000 ognal miles, exc.cond. Nissan '07 Pathfinder Ford '03F150 super- regarding this
leak damage. $6000. 3300mi, $5000. 334- work. $2500 OBO 850- bra, convertible, 5
8505262840. 726-1434 or 677-5489 579- 2136 lv msg spd, $8,200. 632-1100 runs well, Great ml. leather int., 3rd 6, Exc. Cond. White lcation(s). Publi-
� 'ia '06 Spectra E, o. 334-796-7218. HONDA -'03 Metro- row seat, Like new. gray it. bad ext. cation of this notice
por 4 cy r. AT. olitan Scooter. c 0 n a t it u t a a
door cylinder. AT. Bright yellow, low $17,500.334-897-0582. costructiv notice of
wi loaded. 42.000 miles. 'miles, exc. cond. FORD07 Explorer this permit applica-
like new. I owner. $1200.334-774-7108. Sport Track Limited, tion to all substan-
drr TuA : dar redTruck Au- tially affected pr-
$6.995. 3J4-790-7959. HO A ' Yuon '02 , to. 8-cyl 4 WD. sons. A copy
bHONDA '08CBR1000, loadedand igrt 24500mi, Loaded, staff reports) must
black&silver, 6-spd. condition. Call Great cond. $23,500, be requested in order
GM '72 Chevelle 4-cyl. 1468 miles, 334-596-8003 for 334-709-4439. to remain advised of
Super sports front runs well, warranty, more Info. further proceedings
clip Red. 2-dr. hard Like new, includes . i dRaileratT.Sctou bs tanat affl- perso
top Needs work. riding gear, $10,000 Trailers-Tractors ly affected persons
Lexus'00 ES300 98K Great proj car $4,500..OBO. 334-796-5596. are entitled to re-
3347742825. Honda TRX 300 EX 21'-24' Custom boat quest an administra
$6,995 W.M. Car300 EX trailer, dual axles aive hearing regard-
Sales LLC 1919 WM. Mazda '85 RX-7 GSL, Bike is complete cus- $1000., 256-201-1657 Ford 2003 F250 Diesel ing the proposed
St. 334-699-5880 Grey, 79k mi Street tom with tons of agency actionpby
www.westmaincar Port Engine, Panas- accessoires incl. Red Farm Equip. 7500 One Owner. New submitting a writ- port Rims, New Tires, LE.D.'s $2,300. O.B.O. Lissilton Peanut pick- Conditin. Bedliner, ten request accord-
$3995 850482 2039 '334-805-0816. er $1850. 6000 Cover, Sell for Well ing to the provisions
-3995 8 Lissilton Peanut pick- Below NADA Value. of 28-601.01, Florida
Mazda'89 RX7, non Model A 1929, 2 dr Kawasaki '07 Mule, er $1000. 726-4661. Administrative Code.
turbo, gold, GXE, excellent driver, has 4x4,trailer hitch, top, 334-618-4533 Notices of Proposed
$3000.334-648-4985 matching trailer. 77 hrs. Like new conI Agency Action will be
Mer. '03 Grand Mar- $15,000. 850-482-6832 edition. Asking $5,400. ,, mailed only to per-
quis LS44K ml. load- 850-596-8475 334-798-5640 -' sons who have flIed
ed $6,800 794-6283 Kawasaid '08 Vulcan such requests.
I 900 custom, 2400
;saddlebags, red. c,.n ,,. _ 1 ,.,

$5900. 334-692-3337 ...... - .. ..
or 796-5421 flatbed dump truck, 6 Foside REDUCED,
Clean Out Your Bedroom and ^.:-' node R se
Reduced-Sacrifice Mojo Motor Scooter 229-334-8520, 334- great 18K mi. black,
Chevrolet'57 Bel-Air, '05, 200mi, Blue, 355-1202 greMSTA $5,500 obo.
T u the Fur ture You ve Mercede Benz'01 85% refur. Many ex- Suzid 06 Boulevard sic XL, 500 Detroit FORD 71F Pick-
4urn the Furniture Yo uve,0 sirnt Frs.e 'e Ca- 3- 671-i
n t FteL silvei, Hd & trash. Make offer. 800cc, 750 mi. Like 84W1/2 bump. 890K, up, red, good cond.
Soft tops. 39,873K m. new, crash bar & $18,000., 334-673- $3000. 334-897-6353
Pristinecond. i windshield $4,500. 7868 or 334-596-2240
$20,500.334-684-2006 334-618-2542. Ford 731ton boom Iii m i
O utgrow n Into C ash, 042006 3 82542 Garbage Truck 14 truck, 351 Cleveland,
Outgrown Into Cash zu '07 King-quad cu 990 F 700 runs great $500 334-
Mercedes '04 Benz 7004X4, auto trans For229-465-3322 691-8012
E320, sports pack- like new, 140 mi. Ca- For More Info Opera tkFd8aeW
age, charcoal/black mouflage, $5,500. onal Sold "As Is" Ford 86 Ranger4x4-
That old furniture might not be the right fit for you anymore, inter K e. OO 34-585-Seld Bidsoened $400runs, needs
$17,000. 334-806-7190 8-05-09 11:00 head gasket, 4 WD Smarsho owabut
but chances are someone out there would love it. By using the 660 fully loaded with a.m. Minimum Bid works, ne cywheel r id
accessories, ridic lift, 32" tall tires. te assifed pages. bi te
Classifieds, you'll make it easier for them to find, and easier oBoiUs 05ce an & fasse y Ferguson (334)7 '97 F250, 73 fieds,youcanbra
Mod# 1233 compact Ford '97 F250, 73K down deals oneverythin
for you to sell. So try it today! rao48 hrs. land- miles, w/Knap Heide fro ketisttasrles
for ou o sel. o tr ittoda! Escape box blade, utility body, p/s, p/b, easytpace ad fid
Mercedes 05 ML350, Great cond., only pipe rack & cold air. e e want and
tan, SUV. Auto. 6-cyl. REDUCED YAMAHA '06 1004 hrs. on 28 HP ,500., 334-699-6841 s y want and t's
AWD. 42,000, Loaded, Street Rod 1940 Roadstar 1700cc, diesel engine used by hundreds of area
C CT F L DPower steering, CD, 3Busiss C S Black, Motorcycle. (approx. 23HPPTO) Ford '97 Ranger Ext. shopersvryday
ACKSON C OUNTY Y ORI ANA/C, AM/FM, stereo, Fat man suspension 5000 miles. Vance Ideal machine t Looks good. 0 Cab, runs great he
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runs well, low miles, Runs & drives great Hines Exhaust Sys- lawnsgardens. OBO. 334-493-7712 an*srm>lodt
new tires, sunroof, can drive anywhere. tem. 4 helmets and1 $5,900. 334-333-0342 FordRanger'074-cyl. JCION CO,3FLOR
(850) 526-3614 or (800) 779-2557 leather int very Asking $16,900. Call gelcushion. One
$22,000.334i f clean, like new. oe 61--0o wergaragekept PALMER '99-26 ft Auto, Air, PS,PB, (80) -
clean, like new info: 334-355-2400 owearagekept. Dump Trailer $13,900 Am/FM 46K mi. like
$22,000. 334-792- waynesclassics@ Like new. $9000. 334- 619-1041, 334-687- new, $8,950. OBO (800) 7792551
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