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Jackson County Floridan

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Title:
Jackson County Floridan
Sunday paper issued from <1979-1985> as:
Sunday Floridan
Portion of title:
Floridan
Creator:
Jackson County Floridan
Place of Publication:
Marianna, Fla
Publisher:
Chipola Pub. Co.
Publication Date:
Copyright Date:
2009
Frequency:
Daily (except Saturday and Monday)[<1979-1995>]
Weekly[ FORMER 1934-<1955>]
daily
normalized irregular
Language:
English

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Newspapers -- Marianna (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jackson County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Genre:
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Spatial Coverage:
United States of America -- Florida -- Jackson -- Marianna

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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
General Note:
"Independent."

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Times-courier (Marianna, Fla. : 1947)
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Marianna Floridan

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STAFF REPORT

A two-day event Sept. 25-26
celebrates "Marianna Day,"
which marks the Civil War's
Battle of Marianna fought in late
September 1864.
A ceremony will take place at
the Confederate Monument in
Confederate Park,
located in downtown
Mariana between
Lafayette Street and
Constitution Lane.
The ceremony
begins at 9 a.m.
Saturday, Sept. 26,
and honors the 10
local men who died
in the battle. Visit the
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open for tours at noon, following
two more big festival events that
day.
The first is a Marianna Day
parade, which commences at 10
a.m.on Lafayette Street. At 11
a.m., the Battle of Marianna will
be re-enacted on Lafayette
Street. Main Street Marianna is
looking to book
more parade partici-
pants and can be
reached at 482-
2786.
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Caverns Road.
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Jackson will be set up there
Floridan until 5 p.m., and area
bluegrass performers
to see a will provide live
review of music throughout
il War the day. Arts and
y, which crafts exhibits and
�ff the other vendors will be
lay of, a set up on the
festival grounds. The festival
nna next shuts down at 9 p.m.
and musicians will
be playing through-
Th out the day.
The first day of the festival, on
Friday, Sept. 25, will feature liv-
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Nadine Standland gets a rehearsal organized for the memorial service that will be held as part of the
Marianna Day events on Sept. 26. -Mark Skinner/Floridan
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STAFF REPORT
Unemployment rates in the
five-county area fell in August
compared to the previous month,
according to figures released by
the Chipola Regional Workforce
Board.
- In August, Jackson County's
unemployment rate fell to 7.4
percent, compared to 7.7 percent
in July..
However, unemployment in the
county is up over the past year; in
August 2008, it was 5.7 percent.
Similar declines were reported
for the other four counties served
by the Chipola workforce board
in August. But again, unemploy-
ment in the area is up over
August last year in each county.
In Calhoun County, unemploy-
ment fell to 8.2 percent last month,
down from 8.8 percent in July.
In Holmes County, the unem-
ployment rate'dropped to 7.4 per-
cent in August, from 7.9 percent
in July.
In Liberty County, unemploy-
ment dipped to 5.6 percent last
month, from 5.9 percent in July.
Washington County's unem-
ployment rate is back in single
digits. It fell to 9.5 percent in
August, from 10.2 percent in July.
The unemployment rate for the
entire state was 10.7 percent last
month, compared to 10.8 percent
in July. Nationwide, the unem-
ployment rate in August was 9.7
percent.


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county Saturday. Cool reported that it took 15 to 20 minutes
for three of her home's rooms to be completely flooded with
the remaining rooms being partially flooded. The rains also
partially flooded roads and yards around her home on
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Jackson County Health Department Friday. While the H1 N1
swine flue vaccine is not yet available, the department is
administering regular seasonal flu shots. They are currently
available on Fridays by appointment-at its main facility at the
corner of Fourth Street and Fifth Avenue. To schedule an
appointment call 526-2412. -Mark Skinner/Floridan


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Telephone: (850). 526-3614
FAX: (850) 482-4478
E-mail: editorial@jcfloridan.com
Mailing Address:
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Street Address:
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Marianna, FL 32446 "
Office Hours:
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some reason it does not arrive call
the Floridan's customer service rep-
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p.m. Monday-Friday and 7-11 a.m.
on Sunday. The Jackson County
Floridan (USPS 271-840) is pub-
lished Tuesday through Friday and
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publisher shall not be liable for
damages arising out of errors and
advertisements beyond the amount
paid for the space actually occupied
by that portion of the advertise-
ments in which the error occurred,
whether such error is due to the
negligence of the publisher's
employees or otherwise, and there
shall be not liability for non-inser-
tion of any advertisement beyond
the amount paid for such advertise-
ment. This newspaper will not
knowingly accept or publish illegal
material of any kind. Advertising
which expresses perence based
on legally protected personal char-i
acteristics is not acceptable.
How to get your
news published
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publish news of general interest free
of charge. Submit your news. or
Community Calendar events via.e-
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Fees may apply for wedding,
engagement, anniversary and birth
announcements. Forms are avail-
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Photographs must be of good qual-
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Floridan reserves the right to edit all
submissions.


Getting it
Right!

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


September 20 - Sunday
* The annual feel reunion, for descendants
of Daniel Boone "Dan" Neel, George
Washington Lafette Neel and J.M. "Jim"
Neel, will be at the Dellwood Community
Center Club House. Lunch is at 12:30 p.m.;
chicken, pork, plates, cups and utensils pro-
vided; bring drinks,, sides and desserts.
Guests are asked to bring historical informa-
tion and photographs to share. Call 593-
6086.

September 21 - Monday
* Jackson County's AARP Chapter 3486
will' hold its next meeting in the student cen-
ter of the United Methodist Church of
Marianna at noon. A fried chicken lunch will
be served; members are asked to bring dish-
es to compliment it. Meetings are open to all
AARP members, local and national.
* The Jackson County Development
'Council Inc. board of directors meeting
scheduled for Monday has been cancelled.
* Malone Joy Club meets at 6 p.m. Hot
dogs and boiled peanuts will be served; $5 a
plate.
* The Chipola Historic Trust meets at the
Davis-West House in Marianna, for. a light
supper at 6 p.m. and meeting at 6:30 p.m.
Membership dues are $25 annually.
* Concerned American Patriots of Jackson
County meets 6-7 p.m. at the Jackson County
Agriculture Center on U.S. Highway 90 West,
next to the National Guard Armory. Guest
speaker: Rebecca O'Dell Townsend, an attor-
ney practicing before the U.S. Supreme
Court, 11th Circuit U.S. Court of Appeal and
the Florida Supreme Court.
* The monthly general membership meet-
ing of the Theophilus West M.D. Camp 1346,
Sons of Confederate Veterans is at 7 p.m. in
the Harmony Masonic Lodge, 3024 N.
Jefferson St. in Marianna.
* AA has an open meeting each Monday,


MARIANNA POLICE
The Marianna Police
Department listed the fol-
lowing incidents for Sept.
17 and 18, the latest avail-
able reports: Two traffic
accidents, one missing'
person report, one suspi-
cious vehicle, three suspi-
cious persons, five distur-
bances, one drug case,
two burglar alarms, two
larceny complaints, one
vandalism/criminal mis-
chief complaint, one tres-
passing complaint, three
loud noise complaints,
one animal complaint,
two dog complaints, one
agency assist, four public
service calls, one worth-
less document. 22 traffic
stops, one felony battery
and prisoner taken into
custody.

JACKSON COUNTY
SHERIFF'S OFFICE
The Jackson County
Sheriff's Office listed the


following incidents for
Sept. 17 and 18, the latest
available reports: Three
abandoned vehicles, six
alarms, two animal con-
trol calls, three agency
assists, two burglaries,
two civil disputes, one
criminal registration, one
criminal mischief/vandal-
ism complaint, two dis-
abled vehicles, five dis-
turbances, 29 EMS calls,
two fires, one flim-
flam/con game complaint,
one forgery/fraud com-
plaint, three funeral
escorts, one highway/road
obstruction, one informa-
tion report, two larcenies,
one prowler/peeping tomr
complaint, nine public
service calls, one retail
theft/gas skip. five suspi-
cious incident/
person/vehicle com-
plaints, five threats, four
traffic accidents. 24 traf-
fic stops. seven trans-
ports, two prisoner trans-


from 8 to 9 p.m., at the First United
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna. Meet in the AA room.

September 22 - Tuesday
* The St. A.nne 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. 17, 22 and 24.
* Covenant Hospice hosts a new volunteer
workshop, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the. Marianna
branch office, 4440 Lafayette St., Suite C. No
cost. Food and drinks will be provided. To
register, call 482-4820.
* Christine Gilbert teaches free quilting,
crocheting or knitting classes Tuesdays at 1
p.m., at the Jackson County Senior Citizens
center, 2931 Optimist Drive, Marianna. Call
482-5028.
* Malone School Parent lihrii is at 6 p.m.
Parents of students in grades 6-12 are
encouraged to meet in the auditorium at 5:30
. p.m. for a presentation, "How to help your
child study for success," by Kala Dean from
PAEC. Parent Night continues in the auditori-
um with election of School Advisory Council
members. Parents encouraged to visit class-
rooms after election.
* Life Management.Center hosts a free
information session for those interested in
adoption or foster care, 6 p.m. at 4403,
Jackson St. in Marianna. Call 866-769-9481
(toll free), or e-mail cbascetta@lifemanage-
mentcenter.org.
* AA has an open meeting Tuesdays, 8 to 9
p.m., at the First United Methodist Church,
2901 Caledonia St., Marianna. Meet in the AA
room.

September 23 - Wednesday
* Elder Care Services will give out USDA
and Brown Bags, 8 a.m. at 4297 Liddon St. in
Marianna; and the Malone USDA site will
give out food at Malone City Hall.


ports, three trespassing
complaints, six warrant
arrests and one 911 hang-
up.

JACKSON COUNTY
CORRECTIONAL
FACILITY
The following people
were booked into the
county jail during the lat-
est reporting period:
-Victor Wilson, 28,
1322 Wrights Creek
Road, Graceville, posses-
sion of a controlled sub-
stance (methampheta-
mine), possession of drug
paraphernalia, fugitive
from justice (Ala.).
-Christina Capps. 26.
302 Timber Falls Lane,
Slocomb, Ala.. possession
of a controlled substance
(methamphetamine). pos-
session of drug parapher-
nalia.
-Willie Lloyd III. 23.
4101 Clay St.. Marianna,
possession of drug para-


* AA has aln open meeting Wednesdays,
noon to 1 p.m., at the First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna. Meet
in the AA room.
* Allan Bense, former speaker of the Florida
House of Representatives, will address hon-
ors students at Chipola College at 1 p.m., in
Jackson Lecture Hal! in Building Z. The pub-
lic is invited.

September 24 - Thursday
* 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. 17, 22 and 24.
* Today is the registration deadline for Fall
Plantings, the fourth installment of the
Growing Your Own Food educational pro-
gram series presented by the Jackson County
Extension Service and Jackson County
Master Gardeners. The class will meet 8:30
a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 26, at the
Jacksqn County Extension Service confer-
ence center in Marianna. Cost is $20 per per-
son and $15 for an additional person sharing
courseware. Registration required. Call 482-
9620 ore-mail jacksonmg@ufl.edu.
* The Marianna Middle School Advisory
Council meets at 3 p.m. in the MMS Media
Center.
* The Jackson County Library Board will
meet at 3 p.m. in the Board of County
Commission Chambers to discuss library.
standards, literacy program and other items.
*.The Little Theatre at Marianna hosts an.
open meeting at 6 p.m. in the Continuing
Education Building at Chipola College. E-mail
littletheatreatmarianna@yahoo.com.
* AA meets Thursdays for a "closed dis-
cussion," 8 to 9 p.m., at the First United
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna. Meet in the AA room. Attendance
is limited to persons with a desire to stop
drinking.


phernalia, attempted
felony murder, robbery.
-Sherreca Watford, 28,
5180 Brywood Lane,
Campbellton, hold for
Holmes County.
-Kendrick Brown, 20,
4192 Tubman Lane,
. Marianna, attempted
felony murder, rob-


Fettinger Road, Fountain,
hold for Washington
County.
-Fondrica Jones, 22,
9549 Capital Road;
Tallahassee, hold for
court.
-Larry Finch, 45, 5290
Brown St., Graceville,
sentenced to serve


bery. :-- . - weekends.
-Joshua Pullum, "-. - Frederic k
22, 3432 Larkspur ,. -- Wilson, 19, 2680
Circle, Marianna, rCRME Fancy Road,
attempted felony . z% Cottondale, viola-
murder, robbery. tion of state proba-
-Gabriel Clemons, 26, tion (fleeing law enforce-
3800 Skyview Road. ment officer), possession
Marianna, possession of of less than 20 grams of
cocaine, possession of marijuana.


cannabis with intent to
distribute, resisting offi-
cer without violence,
DUI-refusal to take
breathalyzer.
-Eltan Broxton. 19.
5804 Hansford Road,
Marianna. battery
'(domestic violence).
-Robyn Ivey, 35, 20214


JAIL POPULATION:
206

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CrimeStoppers at 526-
5000.
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JACKSON COUNTY LIFE


Jackson County Floridan * Sunday, September 20, 2009 3A


' Holmes turns 4 Partners for


Jayden Holmes of
Marianna turned 4 on
Friday, Sept. 11, 2009, and
celebrated with a party at
Wynn Street Park in
Marianna on Saturday,
Sept. 12. He celebrated
with lots of family and
friends, with a
"Transformers" party
theme.
Jayden's parents are
Sarieta Bryant of Marianna
and Anthony Holmes of
Grand Ridge.
His grandparents are
Lillic Bryant and Grady
Johnson of Marianna; and
Horace and the late Ethel
Holmes of Grand Ridge.


Miss Shelly Lyn Mixson of
Atlanta, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Johns Virgil Mixson,
married Mr. Jeffrey Alan
Tacca of Atlanta in a 6 o'clock
double-ring ceremony on May
31, 2009, at the Ida Cason
Memorial Chapel in Callaway
Gardens, Pine Mountain, Ga.,
with Dr. Don Odom
officiating. The bride was
given away by her father, Mr.
Johns Virgil Mixson.
The bride wore an off-white
charmeuse V-neck halter dress
with a ruched surplice bodice
and a fitted, dropped waistline
with embroidered pearls,
sequins and crystals. The train
featured a godet chapel train
adorned with beaded
embroidered applique. The
diamond white fingertip sheer
silk double veil was accented
with a Swarovski comb. The
bride's bouquet was
hydrangeas, yellow roses, red
spray roses and blue
delphinium backed with green
hydrangea and white lilies.
Mrs. Trina Wheeler of
Atlanta, friend of the bride,
was matron of honor. Mr.
Daniel Tacca, brother of the
groom, of Hauppauge, N.Y.,
served as .best man. Ushers
were Mr. Flo Fernandez of


Fishkill, NY and Mr. Tim
Beach of McCordsville,'Ind.
The wedding was directed by
Mrs. Sarah Odom. Mrs.
Debbie Chambliss and Mr.
Mario Tacca served as
organists. Mrs. Mary Mancini
Tacca sang "Ave Maria" by
Shubert and the traditional
"The Wedding Song."
Following the wedding, guests
were invited to an outdoor
lawn gathering with hours
d'oeuvres at .the Callaway
Lodge and Spa, while awaiting
the bride and groom. The
reception, followed at the
Callaway Lodge and Spa
Southern Pines Room with a
plated dinner. The reception
was highlighted with
entertainment by the groojn's
father, Mario Tacca, on the
accordion, and Mary Mancini
Tacca singing several
selections. The band, Jama,
from Atlanta, also played
throughout the evening.
The couple enjoyed a
honeymoon trip to Bermuda.
The newlyweds are residing in
Atlanta. The bride is self-
employed as a dentist in
Symrna, Ga. The groom is self-
employed as a real estate
investor and manager.


Pets on Parade


Jayden Holmes


Hunter celebrates first
Morgan Baley Hunter of
Sneads celebrated her first
birthday Sept. 15, 2009.
She is the daughter of
Olen and Krystal Hunter of
Sneads.
Grandparents are
Charles and Gail Hunter of
Sneads, and Faye Dale of
Marianna. Xaiden Jake Davis

Carrs welcome a daughter


Jameson and Briana Carr
of Leander, Texas
announce the birth of their
daughter, Bella Raven Carr,
on Aug. 20, 2009, 11:35
p.m. at St. David's North
Austin Medical Center.
At- birth she weighed 7
pounds, 13 ounces.and was
20 3/4 inches in length.
Maternal grandparents
are Dixie Deluco of
Leander, and James
Deluco of San Antonio,
Texas. Paternal parents are
James and Tammy Carr of
Marianna'.
Maternal great-grand-
parents are Dixie Wallis
and George Lahmann of
Texas. Paternal great-


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Bella Raven Carr
grandparents are Ann
Chatwood and the late
Broward Chatwood of
Marianna.


Porter, Davis welcome a son
Brittney Porter. and
Ashton Davis announce
the birth of their son,,
Xaiden Jake Davis, born
Aug. 18, 2009, 3:23 p.m.
in Jackson Hospital in
Marianna. a
Grandparents are
Deanne Justice, Bobby and
April Porter, . Vanessa
Davis, and Jimmy and
Shawanna Troublefield. Xaiden Jake Davis


Partners for Pets has
these pets, and many other
great cats and dogs, waiting
to be adopted.
You can meet them in
person, at the shelter, locat-
ed at 4011 Maintenance
Dr., in Marianna. You may
also call 482-4570 for more
information or visit
www.partnersforp'ets.petfin
der.com
We are a non-profit, no-
kill shelter and would
gratefully appreciate mone-
tary donations and/or, cat
litter and bleach.


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month old Maltese/Yorkie
mix.


Freedom is a one- to two-year-old female springer
spaniel.

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When the statement "win-
ning is everything" was spo-
ken years ago, many people
took it to heart. In reality,
winning is not everything.!
While watching the reality
television show starring
Shaquille O'Neal the last
few weeks, I was impressed
to see how much fun he was
having during the program.
Shaq, a professional, bas-,
ketball great, decided to try
his athletic skills against
some of'the other great ath-
letes, by challenging them at
their own sport. Shaq was
defeated by every top athlete
in their sport.
The refreshing thing was
that Shaq, one of the most
intimidating athletes in the
world of sports, seemed
happy and .upbeat, and
appeared to be having great
fun as he consistently lost.
The intensity of winning
or being the best in your
field is -often put into the
minds of young people by
what they hear or see on
radio and television, and in
many cases by our athletic
leaders, instructors and par-
ents. Rappers rap about hav-
ing the most money, or
being the best or top in their
field. Our 'country enjoys
competition, arid being
number one in anything is
the goal of corporations,
sport teams on all levels, and
individuals.
It seems that we are
obsessed with who is num-
ber one. I have always been
one who loves competition,
especially when it came to
sports. But it took me quite a
while to leam how to lose
graciously. When I finally
did learn this important les-
son, I started to enjoy the
games and competition, but
without the negative linger-
ing affects of losing once
and a while.
Of course, if you were
involved in something
where you continuously
lost, maybe you should
change to a different sport or
activity. Because of the
strong emphasis put on
some of our athletes to win,
many put their bodies


through serious training to
get in top condition. When
you consider the fact that
many professional athletes
have been involved in their
sports often before high
school (some even earlier),
you can imagine the many
years of dedication that have
been geared toward .being
successful.
It's great to have high
goals in mind and to reach
for success, but are you put-
ting your full life in perspec-
tive?
Whether you are a fan of


8 months


Shaquille O'Neal or not, it
was a pleasant experience
seeing a powerful man more
than 7 feet tall reminding us
how important and enjoy-
able it is to relax and have
fun.
When the basketball sea-
son opens in a few weeks, I
am sure Shaq will begin
preparing to be the menac-
ing giant center who, along
with Lebron James, will try
to bring a National
Basketball Association
championship to Cleveland.
However, over in Los


Angeles, there will be
another intense, determined
man by the name of Kobe
Bryant who might have a lot
to say about who becomes
number one.
Being a winner is a great
feeling, but having the abili-
ty to put life in the proper
perspective is even more
important. In sports, as in
life, after you've won one
game, it's time to prepare for
the next. Since life is a con-
tinuous challenge for most
of us, why not have 'some
fun along the way?


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Walker is 1


Madison Kapree Walker
of Chipley celebrated her
first birthday on Sept. 4,
2009. She is the daughter of
Aaron and Ashlee Walker
of Chipley. ,g
Grandparents 'are' Robert
and Sheila Booth of
Marianna, and Mike and
Kathy Walker of Chipley..
Great-grandparents are
John and Terrie" Adams of
Marianna, Ron Booth and
the late Linda Booth of
Marianna. Haymond and
Tony Clopton of Chipley,.'
Marvin Walker of ala,
and Merle anti Para
Eastman of Chipley "
A ladybug-themed birth-
day party was held Sept. 4
at Kindel Lanes
Amusement Center in



Spoom

Tanner J. Spooner of
Marianna celebrated his
eighth birthday on Sept. 15,
2009.
He, is the son. of Leigh
Ann Spooner of Marianna,
and Jimmy W. Spooner of
Marianna.
Grandparents are Patricia,
Avery of Cypress, and:
James Av,ery of Mariiina;
and Brenda Spooner and,
the late Kenneth Spooner of
Marianna.
Great-grandmother is
Jewette.'Basford, aka "Big
Mama."
Tanner is the Florida
Gators' number one fan, so
his party was wrapped in



Long t
Kayden Jermaine Long
celebrated his second birth-
day on Aug 25, 2009.
He is the son of Veronica
Carter and Kentiotis Long
of Greenwood. His mater-
nal grandparents are
Russell and Carolyn Young
of Cottondale, and *lbnnie
and Amanda Carter of
Pensacola. Paternal grand-
parents are Sammie and
Judy Peterson, and Larry
and Elmira long of
Greenwood. He has one
sister, Tianna Long of
Atlanta.
A "SpongeBob
SquarePants" themedqparty
was held at Burgegj ng,
where family and endsns


Weeks i
Sarah Lynne Weeks
turned 3 on Sept. 12, 2009.
She is the daughter of
Melissa and Danny Weeks
of Sneads. , , ,
She is the maternma d-
daughter of Theresa and
Don Johnson of Sneads, and
the maternal great-grand-,
daughter of Luvirn and
Beryl Mihlfeld of Sneads.
Sarah. is the paternal
granddaughter of Pam
Weeks; and Carl and Carla
Weeks of Sneads. She is the
paternal great-granddaugh-
ter of Shirley and Lloyd
Williams of Sneads.
She is joined by two sis-
ters, Haylee and' Kayla.
Sarah is also the niece of
Donnie Wayne Johnson and


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i 8 Malessia Wynn

i A milestone for Wynn


Malessia Wynn celebrat-
ed her 100th birthday Aug.


5, 2009, at Chipola Nursing
Pavilion.


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN


The public is invited to
attend a meeting of the
Jackson Blue Spring Basin
Tanner J. Spooner Working Group Thursday,
Oct. 8, in the Continuing
blue and orange; family and Education Building
friends were invited. Conference Room at
Chipola College.
Presentations begin at 9
a.m. and run until 1 p.m.
u r nl Chuck Hatcher, director
of Jackson County Parks
and Recycling, will give an
update on Blue Springs
Park. Edd Sorenson will
discuss cave system explo-
ration.
Russell Williams,
Jackson County Springs
Ambassador, will give an
update of the ambassador
program.
Chipola science profes-
sor Allan Tidwell,
Working Group Project
coordinator, will present
the Springs Champion
Award.
Kayden Jermaine Long Charles Pattison will
present the Community
were in aten nce. Kaen Steward Award and give an
s e hs , ~, d update on 1,000 Friends of
Mimi" yi oung. , Florida Springs actvites.
Mii' r ..ung." Deanna Green, planning
3 technician for Wakulla
sCounty, will discuss
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Tony Weeks, both of
Sneads.
She celebrated with
friends and family at her
home with a "Hello Kitty"-
themed party and moon-
walk.


Trafton celebrates first


Madison Trafton cele-
brated her first birthday
Saturday, July 25, 2009,
with a party at her
Tallahassee home.
The backyard was deco-
rated in a cupcake theme.
"Our Little - Cupcake
Madison is 1 Today" ban-
ners, inflatable birthday
cakes, and clusters of "#1"
and cupcake-shaped bal-
loons welcomed guests.
Upon entering the party,
children went to the "Big
Bubble Blowout" to make
giant bubbles and enjoy
playing with bubbles from a
bubble machine. Then it
was on to the "Hats Off to
the Chef" station, where
they were then given a
white chef's hat to decorate
with stick-on letters, and
birthday party object, and
an apron with their initial
on it. The aprons came in
handy when they visited the
"Cupcake Factory." where
they decorated cupcakes
and displayed them in the
dining area.
After playing with out-
side toys, guests were invit-
ed inside for pizza alad,
watermelon and soflIhks,
and to view a vid6o of
Madison's first year. The
T dining table held the hon-
oree's birthday cake, which


SMadison Trafton


was in the shape of three
giant cupcakes surrounded
by smaller cupcakes. After
singing "Happy Birthday"
to Madison, she was given
her own miniature cake.
Madisoiyfr ink golf cA-t
held her gifts, and after they
were opened and displayed,
children were given color-
ful sand pails,to hold party
favors. Approximately 50
guests helped celebrate.
Madison is the daughter
of Josh and Nicole Trafton.
the granddaughter of Sherry
Faircloth d Buba
Faircloth j Mok
and the lat oraftod f
Tallahassee, and the great-
granddaughte', of Johnnie
Daniels of Sids. P


Wakulla Springs protec-
tion.
Jackson , County
Commissioner Jeremy
Branch will report on Blue
Springs-related issues.
Chipola professors
Santine Cuccio and David
Hilton will provide an
update on the Chipola
Area Groundwater
Outreach Project.
' For information, contact
Allan Tidwell at 850-718-
2761, Ext. 3248 or e-mail
tidwella@chipola.edu.


Jackson County Floridan * Sunday, September 20, 2009 - 5A


Support group for

Alzheimer's patient

caregivers to meet


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
Feelings associated with
caring for an individual
with Alzheimer's can be
overwhelming. For this
reasori, Covenant Hospice
offers a free monthly
Alzheimer's support group
for caregivers.
The group meets 10 to
11 a.m. on the first
Thursday of every month,
at the Marianna Covenant
Hospice branch office,
4440 Lafayette St. in the
old Danley Building across
from the courthouse. The
Alzheimer's Caregiver


Support Group provides
emotional support and
education for -family and
loved ones that have been
affected by someone with
Alzheimer's disease. The
next meeting will be
Thursday, Oct. 1.
The support group is
free, but registration is
required; light refresh-
ments will be served. To
register, or for more infor-
mation, call January
McKeithan at 482-8520 or
(888) 817-2191.
Covenant Hospice is a
not-for-profit organiza-


Program on 'nutrient-rich foods'


The Jackson County
Extension Office is the
venue for "Live well with
nutrient-rich foods," a sci-
ence-based approach to
help consumers' nutrients
from whole, unprocessed
foods
Eating right increases
one's odds of staying
healthy and reduced the
risk for certain diseases.
The program will discuss
nutrient-rich fo ods for
antioxidants, phytochemi-


cals, flavonoids, vitamins,
minerals and fiber.
The program is set for
Tuesday, Sept. 22 at 6 p.m.
at the extension officer,
2741 Pennsylvania Ave. in
Marianna. The cost is $5,
which *must be paid by
Friday, Sept. 18.
Guest speakers are Rita
Pruette, ARNP, and Joan
Elmore, extension again.
Call 482-9620 for more
information and to pre-reg-
ister.


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BUDGET SUMMARY
COUNTY OF JACKSON - FISCAL YEAR 2009-10

* THE PROPOSED OPERATING BUDGET EXPENDITURES OF THE JACKSON COUNTY BOARD OF
COMMISSIONERS ARE 4.93% MORE THAN LAST YEAR'S TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURES.


SPECIAL
GENERAL REVENUE ENTERPRISE


FUND


CASH BALANCE BROUGHT FORWARD


ESTIMATED REVENUES:
Taxes: Millage Per $1,0000
Ad Valorem Taxes 7.1223
Sales and Use Taxes
Franchise Fees
Utility Services Fees
Licenses, Fees, and Permits
Intergovernmental Revenue
Charges for Services
Fines and Forfeitures
Interest and Other Financing Sources

TOTAL REVENUES AND OTHER FINANCING SOURCES


EXPENDITURES/EXPENSES:
General Governmental Services
Public Safety
Physical Environmental
Transportation
Economic Environment
Human Services
Culture and Recreation
Debt Services
Court-Related Expenditures

TOTAL EXPENDITURESIEXPENSE

Reserves

TOTAL APPROPRIATED EXPEND4URES AND RESERVES
'-I


FUND


FUND


$ 2,750,000 $ 4,967,413 $ 646,306 $


3,827,008 5,917,855
5,489,582
1,043,000
890,563 1,934,866


324,415
3,971,888
2,453,510
23,615
104,673


3,225,616
890,910
124,640
1,029,596


DEBT
SERVICE
FUND


TOTAL
BUDGET


103,882 $ 8,467,601


9,744,863
5,489,582
1,043,000-
2,825,429
324,415
7,197,504
883,772 4,228,192
148,255
90,112 254,422 1,478,803


$ 15,388,672 $ 23,580,478 $ 1,620,190 $ 358,304 $ 40,947,644



$ 7,309,011 $ 1,252,689 $ 8,561,700
4,336,857 8,395,802 12,732,659
611,007 - 1,156,710 1,767,717
215,489 10,163,538 10,379,027
586,164 1,962,500 2,548,664
1,211,823 18,763 , 1,230,586
449,554 157,391 289,827 896,772
173,653 358,304 531,957
518,767 1,379,795 1,898,562

$ 15,238,672 $ 23,330,478 $ 1,620,190 $ 358,304 $ 40,547,644

150,000 250,000 400,000

$ 15,388,672 $ 23,580,478 $ 1,620,190 $ 358,304 $ 40,947,644


THE TENTATIVE, ADOPTED, AND/OR FINAL BUDGETS ARE ON FILE IN THE OFFICE OF THE ABOVE MENTIONED TAXING AUTHORITY AS
A PUBLIC RECORD.


Blue Spring working

group to,meet Oct. 8


NOTICE OF

BUDGET HEARING

The Jackson County Board of Commissioners has
tentatively adopted a budget for FiscalYear 2009-10.
A public hearing to make a FINAL DECISION on the
budget AND TAXES will be held on:

S Tuesday, September 22, 2009 * 5:01PM
� . at ,
The Jackson County Board of Commissioners
SMeeting Room
Administration Building
2864 Madison Street
L Marianna, Florida


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6A - Sunday, September 20, 2009 * Jackson County Floridan


LOCAL


MHS classes elect officers Backpacks from Altrusa


BY SHELIA MADER
FLORIDAN CORRESPONDENT
The students of
Marianna High School
have spoken, much like the
registered voters of the
United States.
Last Wednesday, ballots
were cast and tallied after
the close of the school day.
On Thursday morning, the
wait was over with the
announcement of the offi-
cers for the Student
Government Association of
Marianna High School.
In the freshman class,
Jamie McCoy 'will repre-
sent h6r fellow students as
president, with Chesten
Goodman as vice presi-
dent. Alle,Christmas will
serve as secretary, with
Charles Reiff taking on the
duties of treasurer. Class
reporter will be Mallory
Dean.
In the sophomore class,
Trevor Mayo will take
charge as president, and
will have as his vice presi-
dent Kayley Bryan.
Serving as secretary will be
Brandi Wright; treasurer
will be Ashton Stephens.
Shayne Blanton will be the
10th grade reporter.
Murphy Sims is presi-
dent of the junior class.
Serving as vice president
will be Lizzie Glover, sec-
retary is Courtney Larkin,
treasurer is Jaren
Bannerman and reporter,
Madison Dean.
.Samantha Barnes was
voted in as president of the
senior class, with Robert
Carpenter taking the vice
presidency. Lauren Pettis
will serve as secretary,
while Travis - Bontrager
will be treasurer and
Elligrace Clark will serve
as reporter.
Unlike the general elec-
tions, the candidates not
winning their chosen office
outright have the opportu-


MHS freshmen representatives are Will Glover, Jamie McCoy, Brianna Moss,
Chesten Goodman, Daquan Walker, Alle Christmas and Charlie Reiff. Not pictured
is Mallory Dean. -Mark Skinner/Floridan


Marianna High School's sophomore SGA representatives Alexandria Watson,
Trevor Mayo, Courtney McKeen, Shelby Allen, Kaley Bryan and Ashton Stephens.
Not pictured Brandi Wright, Shayne Blanton and Kati Lane. -Mark


nity to serve as representa-
tives for their class.
Serving in the capacity
of senior representatives
will be Kevin Miller and
Maggie Rooks. The junior
class will be represented by
Whitney Basford, Kelsi
Baxley, Alex Bigale,
Tiffany Jackson, Lauren
Smith and Krista Tuta.


Shelby Allen, Kati Lane,
Courtney McKeen and
Alexandria Watson will
serve the sophomores as
representatives.
Serving as freshman rep-
resentatives are Will
Glover, Brianna Moss and
Daquan Walker.
The first order of busi-,
ness is just around the cor-


ner for the newly elected
officers, as they will have
to ready Marianna High for
homecoming. With home-
coming falling on Oct. 23,
they will have little time to
prepare groups and organi-
zations, as well as classes,
for their participation both
in the parade, Bulldog
Blast and the homecoming
dance.
This year's homecoming
promises to be bigger and
better than ever, as. the
Dawgs host Chipley with
former coach Rob
Armstrong returning to
Bulldog field on the oppos-
ing sidelines as the Tigers
head coach.


Ann Jones, left, with the help of her grandsons Sean and
Ethan, presents backpacks to Stephanie James, guid-
ance counselor at Golson Elementary School. Altrusa
International of Marianna recently donated backpacks
and school supplies to children at Golson and Riverside
elementary schools. - Contributed photo


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Rotary donates dictionaries
The Marianna Rotary Club recently donated dictionar-
ies to every third grader in Jackson County. Harry
Fuqua, left, and Joseph Alday present some of the dic-
tionaries to Sneads Elementary School teacher Joan
Daye. - Contributed photo

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Marianna High Schools junior SGA officials are Tiffany Jackson, Alex Bigale, Kelsi.
Baxley, Whitney Basford, Jaren Bannerman, Lauren Smith, Krista Tuta, Lizzie Glover,
Courtney Larkin, Murphy Sims and, not pictured, Madison Dean. -Mark
Skinner/Floridan


Marianna High Schools senior SGA officials are Robert Carpenter, Samantha
Barnes, Travis Bontrager, Maggie Rooks and Kevin Miller. Not pictured are Lauren
Pettis and Elligrace Clark. -Mark Skinner/Floridan


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Jackson County Floridan * Sunday, September 20, 2009 - 7A


Pack 170 prepares for upcoming puppet show
SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN "
Pack 170 Cub Scouts
held their weekly den
meeting at the First
Presbyterian Church on I
Sept. 18, working together ;; :


to prepare for the scouts'
upcoming puppet show
presentation. The show
will .be perforrhed -and
[ videotaped at their monthly
a% ards.-imeting at the end
of the month.
Each scout made a pup-
pet and' helped build and
paint..-*ener, in previous
meetings. This week, they
began preparation for their
acting debuts. Scouts will
ultimately earn a
Showmanship badge for
participation in and contri-
butions to the stage produc-
tion.
For more information
about Scouting, please call
Mary Ann Hutton at 209-
2818, or e-mail coke-
hut@digitalexp.com.


Scout Master Steve Hutton practices his part of the
show. - Contributed photo


Scouts and their puppets include, left to right, Liam McDonald, Calen Sims, Noah
McArthur, Nick Walker, Austin Livingston, Sean Everitt, Hunter Hutton, Ryan Mathis
and Chase Elkins. - Contributed photo


Chipola hosts meeting

on electric line

technicianr traminmg
SPECIAL TO THE FLORMAN"' ". port the instructional pro-
. gramm and collaborate -in
The Chipola College terms of sharing resources
Division of Workforce in order to provide'required
Development recently host- 'training for Line Techs and
ed a meeting to explore related occupations.
regional training needs of Chipola College is delight-
electric power line distribu- ed to lead in training for
tion technician training, this. exciting career oppor-
The meeting was attend- tunity," Riviere said.
ed by regional electric The next step in the
cooperatives and represen- process is to review exist-
tatives of Gulf Coast ing curriculum frameworks
Electric Cooperative, and customize training to
Florida Public Utilities, local needs. In the process,
West . Floridd Electric regional facilities will be
Cooperative and Gulf visited in order to plan the
Power Company. construction of a laboratory
Bud Riviere, dean of site for hands-on training.
Workforce Development at Riviere indicates that
Chipola, facilitated the land for the program has
meeting,, which focused on been procuredq at the col-
the college's plans to lege's Reddoch Annex site.
implement a new electric Some classroom instruction
line technician training-and will begin immediately for
certification program in the incumbent workers.
near future. Program completion is
"The meeting was very planned for the fall of 2010.
productive in that everyone For more information,
attending pledged to sup- call Riviere at 718-2268.


The Chipola College Division of Workforce
Development recently hosted a meeting to explore
regional training needs of electric power line distribu-
tion technician training. From left, are, front row, Eudon
Baxley and Lester Sapp of Gulf Coast Electric
Cooperative; Buddy Shelly and Leslie Moyer of Florida
Public Utilities; and back row, Dean Bud Riviere of
Chipola College; Gary Clark of West Florida Electric
Cooperative and Darrin Wall of Gulf Power Company.
- Contributed photo


PUBLIC NOTICE:
IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT YOUR DRINKING WATER
MONITORING REQUIREMENT NOT MET
FOR TOWN OF SNEADS PUBLIC WATER SYSTEM
Our water system is required to monitor your drinking water for total
coliform bacteria on a regular basis. Results of regular monitoring
are an indicator of whether or not our drinking water meets health
standards. During the month of June 2009, we did not monitor for
total coliform bacteria: therefore, we cannot be sure of the safety of
your drinking water at,that time. However, bacteria samples have been
collected in the month of July 2009, and these sample indicate the
water is safe for consumption.

WHAT SHOULD YOU DO?
There is nothing you should do at this time. Total coliform bacteria
are generally not harmful themselves. Coliform bacteria are naturally
present in the environment and are used as an indicator that other,
potential harmful bacteria may be present.

WHAT HAPPENED? WHAT IS BEING DONE?
Due to an operator oversight, the proper number of samples was not
collected. The proper sampling procedures have been reviewed in
order to avoid a similar monitoring and reporting situation in the future
The required samples for the next compliance period have already beer
collected and were absent of total coliform bacteria.
For more information, please contact Mr. Glen Allen at (850) 593-
5333. Please share this information with any other people who drink
this water, especially those who may not have received this notice
directly (for example, people in apartments, nursing homes, schools
and businesses). This notice is posted by the Town of Sneads,
State Water system ID# 1320689


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The


NOTICE OF


BUDGET HEARING


Northwest Florida Water Management District has


tentatively adopted a budget for 2009-2010.


This notice is applicable to the

Bay

Calhoun

Escambia

Franklin

Gadsden

Gulf

Holmes

Jackson,


following counties:

Jefferson

Leon

Liberty

Okaloosa

Santa Rosa

Wakulla

Walton

Washington


A public hearing to make a FINAL DECISION on the

budget AND TAXES will be held on .

Thursday Septeber 242009, 5:05pm, EDT,

at Northwest Florida Water Management District,

81 Water Management Drive, Havapa, Florida.



S ' BUDGETSUMMARY
NORTHWEST FLORIDA WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT
SSCALYEAR2009-2010:


DESCRIPTION

Cash Balances Brought Forward


ESlIMATED REVENUES:
TAXES: Millage Per
Ad Valorem Taxes .045
DEP -WML Trust Fund
Florida Forever Trust Fund
Water Protection and Sustainability Trust Fund
Permhng and Licensing
Federal Grants
State Funds
Local Government Units
Investment Earnings
Timber Sales
Miscellaneous Revenues
Interfund Transfers

Total Estimated Revenues, Transfers
and Balances

ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES:
Salaries


Operating Expenses:
Services
Commodties
Capital Ouay
Grants and Aids
Reserves
Interfund Transfers

Tot AppropatedExpenditures,
Transfers and Reserves


General CapitalImprovement Landis Special
Fund SWIM. & Lands Acquisition ManageInit projects '

33952,579 3,872,059 330,730


Regulation Lands Fee


DOT
Mitigaion


6,608,170 843,053 45,06,591


$1000


4,324,879
1,044,926


2,263,748 1,249,866
13,094,130
408,352 8,281,000


4,277,244


900,000


2,000
5,007,404


6,054,513 5,121,075 2,540,00


4,848,064
25,000 126,417
166,799
30,768 3,849


549,000


338,327 258,278 2,755,353


4,324,879
18,274,128
13,094,130
8,689,352
549,000
4,848,064
9,225,305 13,713,966
166,799
59,928 300,000' 1,294,545
750,000 750,000
950 2,950
S 8,359,362


45,231,788 6,949,344 26,527,823 6,752,419 10,520,633 5,904,353 7,419,048 10,368,358 119,673,766


2,599,224
1,699,894
2,039,101

1,202,850
488,075
676,550
1,775,000
31,737,463
3,013,631


823,804
146,663
4,604,195


27,246
6,043
1,175,000


47,295 7,475
189,935 1,825
78,100 8,8000
100,000 12,605,898
3,872,059
959,352 32,277


569,067
125,314
3,090,800


579,074
106,264
8,189,710


2044,054
376,110
640,500


300,000 37,240 174,200
997,050. 27,637 91,500
669,500 39,900 192,000
79,000 865,000
248,079
673,609 675,80 2,385,989


7,080,421
338,327


239,419
46,015
4,107,583


6,881,888
2506,303
23,846,889


74,783 1,843,843
686,527 2,482,549
4,090,609 14,546,659
15,424,908
843,053 43,781,375
280,369 8,359,362


45,231,788 6,949,344 26,527,823 6,752,419 10,520,633 5,904,353 7,419,048 10,368,358 119,673,766
......
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Allan Bense, former
speaker of the Florida
House of Representatives,
will address honors stu-
dents at Chipola College,
Wednesday, Sept. 23, at 1
p.m., in Jackson Lecture
Hall in Building Z. The
public is invited.
Bense is a businessman
from Panama City. He is a
'partner in several compa-
nies with interests in road
building, contracting,
insurance, golf courses, and
farming.
Bense holds-a B.Sc. and
an MBA from Florida State
university. He served in the
Florida Legislature from
1998 through 2006. He was
speaker of the Florida
House from 2004 through
2006.
He is a member of the
following boards: vice
chairman, Enterprise
Florida; chairman of the
board, James Madison
Institute; chairman of the


board, Gulf Coast


Allan Bense
Community Hospital. He is
also member of the Florida
Council of 100 and the
Florida Chamber of
Commerce.
Bense is also on the
boards of various local
charities and is chairman of
the Bense Family
Foundation, which makes
significant contributions to
numerous state and local
not-for-profit causes.


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Holiday of Hope market-,
place is set for Oct. 9 and
10,, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the
Dothan Civic Center, fea-
turing hundreds of unique
and hard-to-find gifts
offered by vendors from
the tri-state area..
A preview party.at 6 p.m.
on Oct. 8 will give atten-
dees the opportunity to be
the first to shop the ven-
dors, while, enjoying food
from local restaurants and
caterers, live music and a
silent auction.
Tickets are on sale at the
Dothan Civic Center. All


proceeds benefit Covenant
Hospice.
"The Holiday of Hope is
our signature fundraising
event of the year. Proceeds
from the event will help fur-
ther the mission on.
Covenant - Hospice in
Barbour, Coffee, Dale,
Geneva,. Henry, Houston,
Pike County," said Covenant
Hospice Development
Manager Jennifer Griffin.
Covenant Hospice is a
not-for-profit organization
dedicated to providing
service to patients and their
1oved ones during times of
life-limiting illnesses,
based on need, regardless
of ability to pay.


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vendor or volunteer for the
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more information, call


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7847 or 209-0221, or'e-mail
Jennifer.griffin @ covenan-
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twenty year's experience, Dr. Ken Wallace can
provide a comprehensive evaluation of your
surgical eye care needs in the offices of Pelt Eye
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BUDGET SUMMARY
TOWN OF GREENWOOD - FISCAL YEAR 2009-2010
THE PROPOSED OPERATION BUDGET EXPENDITURES OF THE TOWN OF GREENWOOD
ARE 2.53% LESS THAN LAST YEARS TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURES.


CASH BALANCE BROUGHT FORWARD


GENERAL
FUND
$64,130.78


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ESTIMATED REVENUES:
AD VALOREM TAXES MILLAGE PER $1,000
1.000
STATE REVENUES
FRANCHISE FEES
GASOLINE TAX
MOBILE HOME & BEVERAGE TAX
SALES TAX
DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION (ROAD)
DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION (TRAFFIC SIGNAL)
DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION (STREET LIGHTS)
NINTH CENT
INFRASTRUCTURE
INTEREST & MISC.
RECREATION
TOTAL REVENUES & OTHER FINANCING SOURCES

TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES AND BALANCES


$12,376.00
$23,915.00
$58,455.00
$23,333.00
$530.00
$28,412.00
$18,518.80
$1,909.50
$10,485.00
$3,320.00
$50,528.00
$2,000.00
$3,000.00
$236,782.30

$300.913.08


EXPENDITURES, EXPENSES
ADVERTISING/OFFICE SUPPLY/PRINTING/ADVERTISING DUES $4,000.00
COMMUNICATION $4,300.00
UTILITIES $32,400.00
INSURANCE-PROPERTY & CASUALTY: MEDICAL $31,498.44
EDUCATION, DUES, MEETINGS $5,000.00
PROFESSIONAL (ATTORNEY, ENG., AUDITOR, TECH. SUPPORT)$30,000.00
TAXES $17,680.64
SALARIES $117,870.90
MAINTENANCE & OPERATING EXPENSES $25,000.00
FUEL , $5,000.00
PENSION , $5,013.82
CAPITAL OUTLAY $15,000.00
ANIMAL CONTROL $2,500.00


TOTAL EXPENDITURES /EXPENSES
RESERVES
TOTAL APPROPRIATED EXPENDITURES
AND RESERVES


$295.263.80
$5,649.28

$300,913.08


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UTILITIES DEPARTMENT OPERATING BUDGET
2009-2010
TOWN OF GREENWOOD
REVE
GREENWOOD, FLORIDA FUND
CASH BALANCE BROUGHT FORWARD $4,283
ESTIMATED REVENUES:
WATER & GARBAGE SALES $
SERVICE FEES
MISCELLANEOUS & INTEREST

TOTAL REVENUES AND OTHER
FINANCING SOURCES
TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES AND BALANCES

EXPENDITURES EXPENSES
SALARIES
TAXES
WATER SAMPLES/OPERATING LICENSE FEES
CLASS "C" OPERATOR
UTILITIES & COMMUNICATION
SUPPLIES & REPAIRS
FUEL
OFFICE, SUPPLIES/PRINTING/DUES/ADVERTISING
EDUCATION, DUES, MEETINGS
GARBAGE SERVICE
PENSION
INSURANCE
PROFESSIONAL (ATTORNEY, ENG., AUDITORS, TECH. SUPPORT)
CAPITAL OUTLAY
STORAGE TANK MAINTENANCE


TOTAL EXPENDITURES AND EXPENSES
RESERVES
TOTAL

UTILITIES DEPARTMENT TOTAL:
GENERAL GOVERNMENT TOTAL:


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$192,454.20
$1,500.00
$1,000.00



$194,954.20
$199,237.83



$36,550.72
$5,482.61
$3,000.00
$5,400.00
$7,000.00
$19,000.00
$2,800.00
$2,770.00
$800.00
$32,000.00
$1,475.60
$8,688.72
$12,000.00
$12,000.00
$7,000.00

$155,967.65
$43,270.18
$199,237.83


$199.237.83
$300,913.08

$500,150.91


TOTAL:


THE TENTATIVE ADOPTED AND/OR FINAL BUDGETS ARE ON FILE IN THE OFFICE OF
THE ABOVE MENTIONED TAXING AUTHORITY AS A PUBLIC RECORD.


NOTICE OF

PROPOSED TAX INCREASE
The Town of Greenwood has tentatively adopted
a measure to increase its property tax levy.

Last year's property tax levy:
A. Initially proposed tax levy $12,823
B. Less tax reductions due to Value Adjustment
Board and other assessment changes $15
C. Actual property tax levy $12,808

This year's proposed tax levy $13,027

All concerned citizens are invited to attend a
public hearing on the tax increase to be held on:

September 22, 2009 * 5:30pm
at
Greenwood Town Hall
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Christian
Memorial Chapel
'5441 Cooper St.
Graceville, FL 32440
(850) 263-6834
(850) 263-1985 fax

Lynda
Whittier
Dolliver

Mrs. Lynda Whittier
Dolliver, 63, of Graceville,
went home to be with the
Lord on Wednesday, Sept.
16, 2009 at Covenant Hos-
pice and Palliative Care
Center in Pensacola.'
Lynda was a native of
Waterville, Maine, and had
lived in Graceville for many
years,, where she was em-
ployed as a social worker.
Lynda was preceded in
death by her husband, Ro-
scoe Dolliver; and her pa-
rents, Walter H. and Bette
Whittier.
She is survived by her
daughter, Stephany
Schlenker and husband
Patrick, of Milton; her son,
.Matthew Dolliver, of Co-
lumbia, S.C.; a grandson,
Conner Schlenker; and her
sister, Sandra Whittier of
Rockland, Maine.
Memorialization will be


by cremation under the di-
rection of Christian Memo-
rial Chapel of Graceville.
A memorial service will
be held Saturday, Oct. 3, at
2 p.m. at the Rodney D.
and Sue Pittman Memorial
Chapel, 5441 Cooper St., in
Graceville. In lieu of flow-
ers, the family requests that
donations be made in her
name to either Emerald
Coast Hospice or Covenant
Hospice, or the Susan G.
Komen Breast Cancer
Fund.
Johnson Brown Service
Funeral Homes Inc.
PO Box 65
Valley, AL 36854
(334) 768-2141
(334) 768-2107 fax



Mamie B.
Pepper

Ms. Mamie B. Pepper, 69,
of Lanett, Ala., died on
Sept. 17, 2009. She was
born in LaFayette, Ga. on
July 21, 1940.
Ms. Pepper was a veteran
of the Vietnam War. She
earned her wings from the
101st Airborne Unit will


stationed in Okinawa.
She is preceded in death
by 'her husband, A.C. Pep-
per, of Lanett;,mother, Em-
ma Stansell Harris; father,
Walter Gardrner Harris;
three sisters, Clara West,
Mattie Lou Carroll, and Jer-
ry Sue Harris, of LaFayette;
one brother, Charles Har-
ris, of LaFayette; two
sisters-in-law, Margaret
Pepper Yarbrough of Jack-
sonville, Fla. and Mattie
"Frances" Pepper Brown,
of Lanett; and two
brothers-in-law, Lee "Pep"
Yarbrough, of Jacksonville,
and David Lee Brown, of
Lanett.
Ms. Pepper is survived by
her three children: son Wil-
liam Stansell "Stan" Pep-
per, wife Amy, and daugh-
ters Megan and Morgan, of
Beulah, Ala.; daughter
Johnna Nelson, and sons
Anthony "Tony" of Lanett
and Russell "Rusty" in Iraq;
daughter Kala Dean, hus-
band Jerry, and daughters
Madison and Mallory, of
Marianna; one sister, Linda
Chapman and husband
Bob, of LaFayette; special
nieces and nephews Phillip
and Debbie Buchanan,
Randy and Amanda Brown,
John and Della Cheeney
(Connor Buchanan), of


Lanett, Jack and Cherie
Elrod, Gary and Donna
Clay, of Jacksonville, and
Dottie Lucas, of Soddie
Daisey, Tenn.; and a host!
of grandnieces and neph-
ews. She also leaves a lov-
ing family at ISS. '
Funeral services will be
at 2 p.m. EDT Sunday,
Sept. 20, at the Johnson
Brown Service Funeral
Home Chapel in Valley,
Ala., with the Revs. Don
Downs and Floyd Aikens
officiating.
The family will receive
friends Saturday evening
from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the
Johnson Brown Service Fu-
neral Home in Valley.
At Ms. Pepper's request,
no flowers please. Those
who wish to donate may
contribute to the American
Veterans Memorial.
Johnson Brown Service
Funeral Home of Valley is
handling the arrange-
ments.


Marianna Chapel Funeral
Home
3960 Lafayette St.
Marianna, FL 32446
526-5059

Elton Little

Elton Little passed away
Friday, Sept. 18, 2009, at
Flowers Hospital in
Dothan, AL. He was 87.
She was a native of Anda-
lusia, AL, and lived there
until moving to Marianna
in 1963 with her husband,
Thomas E. Little. Mrs. Little
worked with her husband,
who served as president of
the First Bank of Marianna,
until his retirement in the
early 1980s. Her last several
years were spent in Dallas
and Dothan, with her sis-
ter, Jackie Ward.
She was a member of the
First Presbyterian Church
of Marianna. Mrs. Little
had a great love for her
grandchildren and enjoyed
life, traveling and playing
cards with her sister, Jack-
ie.
She was preceded in
death by her parents,
Marron J. & Minnie Owen
Ward, and her husband,
Thomas E. Little Sr.
Survivors include her
sons, Thomas E. Little Jr. &


wife Lynn, of Thomaston,
AL, and George "Jerry" Lit-
tle and wife Pam, of Ma-
rianna; daughter, Carol
Rhodes of Tucson, AZ; sis-
ters; Jackie Ward of
Dothan, Bobbie Parker of
Enterprise, AL, Joanne Fo-
ley of Dothan, and Carolyn
Park of CA; grandchildren,
Matthew Little, Mandi
Tucker, Sylvia Rhodes and
Callie Little; and great-
grandchildren, Max Wojcik
and Matthew Little.
Services for Mrs. Little
will be Tuesday, Sept. 22, 3
p.m. in the First Presbyteri-
an Church of Marianna,
with the Rev. Ralph E.
McCaskell officiating. In-
terment Will follow in
Pinecrest Memorial Gar-
dens.
Visitation will be Mon-
day, Sept. 21, from 6 to 8
p.m. in the Marianna
Chapel Funeral Home.
Donations in memory of
Mrs. Little may be made to
the First Presbyterian
Church of Marianna.
Marianna Chapel.Funer-
al Home is in charge of
arrangements. Expres-
sions of sympathy may be
submitted online at
www.mariannachapelfh.c
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BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDIrrOR
SNEADS - Terrance
Pittman intercepted a pass
with 2:16 left in the game
and the Sneads Pirates held
on for a dramatic 27-26
win over Holmes County
Friday night.
Sneads led 20-7 in the
second half before a frantic
comeback 'by the Blue
Devils.
Holmes County quarter-
back Jornar Concepcion led
the rally, completing 13-of-
20 passes for 207 yards and
a touchdown, while rush-
ing for 64 yards and three
more scores.
Mark Lawson led the
way for the Pirates with
142 yards and three rushing
TDs.
"I don't know how we
won that game," Sneads
coach Don Dowling said
after the game. "Bonifay
had all the momentum. We
just made the plays when
we had to make them."
Lawson TD runs of 53


and 29, as well as a 15-yard
scoring run by Terrence
Green, put the Pirates out
in front by 13 points at
halftime.
However, the Blue
Devils struck back midway
through the third with a 72-
yard TD strike from
Concepcion to Timothy
Benton. That effort made it
a 20-14 game with 5:31 left
in the period.
Lawson's third TD run
from 49 yards out on the
Pirates' ensuing possession
made it 27-14.
The Blue Devils had
another answer with a 13-
play, 67-yard drive capped
off by a 1-yard TD run by
Concepcion, with 9:12 left
in the game.
The extra point was
blocked and the lead
remained at seven at 27-20.
After a three-and-out by
Sneads, the Blue Devils got
the ball back and started
marching once again.
A 39-yard pass down the
left sideline from
Concepcion to Benton set


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Sneads' Mark Lawson runs with the football during Friday night's game against Holmes County in Sneads.
Lawson rushed for 142 yards and three touchdowns in the 27-26 victory. - Mark Skinner/Floridan


Holmes County up with a
1st-and-goal from the
Sneads 6-yard line.
Concepcion took it in on
the next play with 3:58 left
to play.


The Blue Devils
appeared set to kick the
tying extra point. But after
a timeout, the Holmes
County offense came back
on the field to go for the


two-point conversion and
the lead.
Concepcion took the ball
from the shotgun and
rushed for the right pylon,
but Lawson came up from


his safety position to knock
him out of bounds short of
the goal line.
Sneads tried to run the
final 3:50 off the clock, but
See SHS, Page 2B >


Bay deals Bulldogs first loss


BY SHELIA MADE
FLORIDAN CORRSPI'ONDEN I
The Marianna High School
Bulldogs fell to 2-1 on the young
football season, after a 33-15
defeat to the Bay High Tornados
Friday night at Bulldog Stadium.
The Bulldogs entered the game
undefeated on the season. The
Class 3A Tornados had suffered 12
straight losses, beginning this sea-
son 0-2.
Both of those last two Bay games
were close and lost in the final
quarter of the game. Marianna's
two wins had come on second half
resurgences.
The Tornados got on the board
first with a first quarter touchdown
and extra point to take a 7-0 lead.
Minutes later, a fumble in the end
zone-resulted in another Bay High
touchdown, to put the Tornados. up
14-0.
Marianna tightened on defense
and held Bay to a field goal, giving
them a 17-0 lead at the half.
Following the half-time break,
Marianna went the distance, with


R. J. Bowers finding the endzone
for the first Bulldog points of the
game.
Trey Jackson made the best of a
low snap on the extra point attempt
to run it in for two, narrowing the
deficit to 17-8. -
. Bay answered with another
touchdown, but the failed extra
point kept the lead at 23-&8.
The Bulldogs countered that with
a Trey Jackson touchdown. Ryan
Rudd put it through the uprights to
make it 23-15.
Miscues that plagued the
Bulldogs in the first half returned,
with a touchdown being called
back on-a penalty.
A fumbled ball and another
penalty cost the Bulldogs field
position, with Bay benefiting from
the yellow flags. The Tornados cap-
italized, adding 10 points to make
the final 33-15.
The Bulldogs will have little time
to recover with their first district
match this Friday night. The
Walton Braves take the field
against the 'Dawgs at 7 p.m. at
Bulldog Field.


Marianna running back Tre Jackson is taken down by a
Bay High defender during Friday night's game in
Marianna. Bay won 33-15. - Mark Skinner/Floridan


MHS-JV loses

to fall to 0-2
BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR
The Marianna Bulldogs junior
varsity fell to 0-2 on the season
Thursday night with a 6-0 loss to
Walton in Marianna.
The Bulldogs fell 14-0 to
Florida High in their season
opener, and were again kept off
the scoreboard Thursday.
Marianna coach Ray Lawson
said his team was its own worst
enemy against the Braves.
"We just had some stupid
penalties, some stupid mistakes,"
the first-year coach said. "We
pretty much beat ourselves out
there. Our defense played well,
but offensively we had false
starts, illegal motion, holding ...
anything you could 'name, we
probably did it."
Walton broke a scoreless tie in
the third quarter with a 40-yard
See JV, Page 2B >


Late fumble trips up Hornets in 13-8 loss


BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR
The Cottondale Hornets fell to
0-3 on the season Friday night,
falling to Maclay 13-8 in
Tallahassee.
The Hornets had a chance for the
win in the closing minute of the
game, but fumbled at the Maclay
4-yard line on their final posses-
sion.
Cottondale got 100-yard rushing
performances from Dominique
Webb and Evan Davis in the losing
effort.
Webb gained 163 on the ground,
while Davis had 102 yards and
Cody Cosper added 62. The
Hornets compiled 19 first downs
and controlled the ball and the
clock for most of the night.
Unfortunately for the Hornets,
that didn't transfer into points on
the scoreboard.
Cottondale coach Mike Melvin
said that his team shot itself in the'
foot all night.
"We had seven possessions the
whole game, we controlled the
clock." the coach said. "We'd get


Cottondale's Cody Saye runs with the football while being tackled by
a Marianna defender during a game earlier this season. - Floridan
File Photo


to the red zone and then we'd have
a mental breakdown, a bad snap, a
penalty, and that would back us
up.
Cottondale has been battling the
flu bug since its last game against
Franklin County. The Hornets


were without backup quarterback
CJ Smith and starting offensive
lineman Dalton Crose..
However. Melvin said he was
very pleased with the effort of the
See HORNETS, Page 2B >


Check out Bob Kornegay's
latest column on page 4B


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Tigers fill opening


Graceville's Garrett Steverson (10) gets ready to hand
the ball off during a game earlier this season. The Tigers,
who were off this week, will play Franklin County Sept.
25 at home at 7 p.m. Franklin Co. replaces John Paul II,
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Cheerleader Clinic
The annual Marianna
High cheerleading
Kiddie Clinic will be
held Saturday from 2-6
p.m., in the MHS gyms.
All girls ages 3
through the fifth grade
are welcome. Cost is
$25. For more info, call
Christi Shelfer @ 482-
9605 ext. 306.
Cheerleader Clinic
The Sneads High
School cheerleaders'
annual kiddie cheer clin-
ic will be held Sept. 26 at
the SHS gym. This clin-
ic is open to girls aged 4
year through the fifth
grade. Cost is $25 and
includes instruction, a t-
shirt, and snack. Each
clinic participant will
cheer with the SHS
cheerleaders during the
first half of the SHS vs
Jay football game Oct. 2.
For more info, contact
Rhianna Dowling at 482-
9004 ext. 249.
Sports Items
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Grand Ridge girls take 19-8 victory over Graceville


BY SHELIA MADER
FLORIDAN CORRESPONDENT
The Grand Ridge Middle School Lady
Indians basketball team improved their record
on Thursday evening at the expense of the
Graceville Lady Tigers.
The Lady Indians proved not to be a kind
hostess as they handed Graceville a 19-8 loss.
The Grand Ridge defense stymied the Lady


Hornets


players who were able to
play Friday, specifically
. those still battling illness.
"Really, I'm not frustrat-
ed because as -sick as we
were, I couldn't be more
proud of the guys," the,
coach said. "They fought
through that flu and were
tremendous. Our right
tackle Chris Krauser. did
about as fine ajob blocking
as you could ask out of a
linemen.
"The kids weren't 100
percefit, but they played. It
was tough. The kids played


their hearts out. I couldn't
be more proud of them."
Maclay led 7-0 at half-
time, and added another
score to make it 13-0 mid-
way through the third peri-
od.


Tigers through the first quarter with a 6-0
shutout, and held them to just two points in the
second quarter.
The Lady Tigers managed to get on the board
in the second quarter, but it was still all Grand
Ridge as they took a 12-2 lead into the locker
room at the half.
Following the break, the Lady Tigers took the
court and posted a shutout quarter against the
Lady Indians, narrowing the deficit to-12-6. In


The Hornets answered
with their first and only
scoring drive of the game,
with Webb finding the end-
zone. Drew Bellamy added
the two-point conversion.
' The Hornets next play


the final quarter, Grand Ridge outscored
Graceville 7-2 to make it a 19-8 game.
The Lady Indians were led in scoring by
Logan Neal with six points, followed by
Kimberly Scott with five.
Leading scorers were not available for
Graceville. ,
Grand Ridge will host Chipley Rouhlac
Monday in two games, with tip off for game
one at four, followed by game two at five.


Continued From Page 1B


ple of weeks," the coach
said. "I just want them to
get home this weekend, get
some medicine and fluids
in them, and get ready for a
big district game at home
this week."


host to FAMU Sept. 25 in
their, home and district
debut.
But for the time being,
Melvin said he simply wants
his players to rest.
"It has been a rough cou-


SH S F SContinued From Page 1B
the. Blue Devils' defense money's worth," Dowling
held firm and stopped the said. "I told .my players
Pirates on a 4th-and-3 from after the game that I'm
their own 41-yard line, tak- going to start calling them
ing over with 2:16 to play the 'cardiac kids,' because
in Sneads territory. they're going to give me a
However, Concepcion heart attack."
Was picked by Pittman on The win puts Sneads at
the Blue Devils' first play 2,0 in district play, while
of the drive . The Pirates the Blue Devils fell to 0-2
were able to run the clock in the league standings.
out with three runs and a The Pirates next play at
punt. Freeport Sept. 25, while
"What a great game. Holmes County hosts
Everybody sure got their Vernon.


JV Continued From Page 1B
touchdown pass. ties really killed us. We've
"They were running the definitely got to work these
ball pretty heavy," Lawson penalties out.
said. "Then we cheated up "Our problem last week
arid they beat us deep." was not playing for the full
Despite being shutout play, and we fixed, that.
again, Lawson said his Now, we need to get more
team actually played better physical, play ball and
on offense than it did in the eliminate the penalties."
opener. Marianna had one last
However, the Bulldogs chance to tie or win the
simply could not avoid sab- game on its last possession,
otaging drives with penal- reaching the Walton 20-
ties all night. yard line before the drive
"We fixed some of the fizzled out.
problems from last week The Bulldogs next play
and moved the ball better," Sept. 24 at Chipley at 6
the coach said. "But penal- p.m.

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Monday Night Hi Rollers 5) Davis Optometry 10.5-8.5 3) Grassy Pond Mini Storage 10-6 9/16/2009


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2) Wolf Pack 3-1'
3) #6 3-1
4) Mary's Childcare 3-1
5) Now What 2-2
6) Adam's Funeral Home2-2
7) #3 1-3
8) #5 1-3
9) Kindel Lanes 1-3
10) Vacancy 0-4

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2) Pacers
3) Champion Tile
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6) James & Sikes 10-10
7) All in the Family 9-11
8) Gazebo 7-13
9) Family Dentistry 6-14
10) Marianna Animal Hospital 5.5-14.5

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High Series Female- LuAnn Kindelspire
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My chigger woes Floridan's


I have a chigger bite on
my foot. Just one. I have
not been attacked in force.
Thus, one might say, I
should be grateful for small
favors.
'Sorry. Not
me. My soli-
tascrat'y chigger
bite itches
like crazy
and I'm driv-
en between

scratching Bob
and periods Kornegay
of pooch-
lipped self pity. And, I
might add, a current round
of "literary" contemplation..
Now, if you are a regular
reader of mine, you are no
doubt familiar with my
chronic lack of fondness
for wasps and hornets. It is
well documented; Mrs.
Kornegay's eldest does not
like them. In Cajun parl-
ance, I don't care for them
some, none a'tall, any!
There's a positive side to
wasp, hornet, and similar
hymenopteran insect
attacks, however. Unless
one is completely naked
(not a good idea in wasp
and hornet territory), they
normally limit their Pearl
Harborish onslaughts to
traditionally exposed body
parts like arms and faces.
They also have the good
grace to retreat once the ini-
tial attack is carried out.
Now, in contrast, enter
the chigger, a miniscule
mite better known in these
parts as redbug. Or, better,
!@#$%! redbug. Initially,
chiggers are much easier to
deal. with than wasps or
hornets. It's not until sever-
al hours or even days, after
they hitch a ride upon one's
person that he even deigns
notice them at all. Give 'em.
awhile, though. It's a sure
bet they'll make their pres-
ence known, and never in
the barest proximity to a
polite-company-accessible
body part. In variably, the
perverse little creatures dig
in and dine in places my
mama always told me never
to scratch in public (present
foot-chigger excepted).
Worse, they remain in place
for days, like a black-sheep"
relative whose afternoon
visit turns into a week-long
vacation.
Chigger bites do not itch
constantly, a blessing until
one considers when and
where they choose to tor-
ment him. At home, doors
locked- and shades drawn,
they are generally well-
behaved passengers. They
only start gnawing, it


seems, in the grocery-store
aisle, behind the speaker's
podium, or in a church pew
on Sunday morning.
Anatomical location
notwithstanding, chigger
bites demand immediate
attention. The hapless vic-
tim simply MUST scratch.
No, forget "scratch." He
must dig, claw, or roll the
offending little demons
between thumb and forefin-
ger. Ill-bred folks overtly
scratch their chigger bites
regardless of time, place, or
company. Genteel "sophis-
ticates" like myself, howev-
er, have developed a few
more polite ways to accom-
plish this. Be advised.
(1) The Belt-line
Runaround - While stand-
ing, hook thumbs between
skin and pants waist near
belly button.
Simultaneously move
thumbs back and forth in
repetitive half circles from
navel to tailbone. Done
-properly, this looks as if
you're merely adjusting
your trousers. Done too
quickly, your britches come
undone, creating a situation
as embarrassing as scratch-
ing. your lower abdomen
amongst curious onlookers.
(2) The Exaggerated
Frictional Leg-cross -
Press thighs tightly togeth-
er, just short of cutting off
femoral artery circulation.
Slowly and forcefully cross
legs, alternating right and
left until itch is alleviated.
True, some observers may
surmise you need direc-
tions to the nearest potty,
but that is entirely socially
acceptable, unlike the bla-
tant scratching of chiggers
in your nether region.
, Understandably, this
method is easier and more
comfortable for ladies.
(3) The Scoot - While
seated, center the bulk of
youi weight on your poste-
rior chigger welts. At' the
same time, "walk" in place,
using your gluteal (cheek)
muscles for propulsion.
This is an especially effec-
tive church-scratch, partic-
ularly during fast-paced
hymns with a good beat.
Tapping one foot' can fur-
ther add to the deception.
Not recommended for use
by denominations opposed
to dancing. Wait a second.
Forget all that. Maybe it's
better if we all just gp
ahead and scratch. If the
folks from whom we're try-
ing to hide it have never
clawed a chigger bite in
public, they're way too
uppity for us to ever
impress anyhow.


LAKE SEMINOLE -
Bass fishing is reported as
fair with topwater baits
being the recommended
offerings early and late.
The old standby Devil's
Horse worked noisily
around wood structure and
in the grass beds has taken
some impressive fish of
late.
This entails fishing in
heavy cover.
Therefore, strong line is
suggested. Pockets affl '
sloughs off the. main lalk
will also produce strikes on
lighter-weighted finesse
rigs. .
Where shad concentrar
tions can be found, the
crankbait bite is fair.
Crappies, for now,
remain in their summer
holding pattern on river
ledges and in creeks.
They can be difficult to
catch, but trolled jigs, fol-
lowed by vertically fished
live minnows, may occa-
sionally pay off.
Positive bream. reports
are scarce, but catfish
remain reasonably reliable.
Fish for cats late in the day
with live earthworms or
prepared baits.

LAKE EUFAULA
Bass fishing shows contin-
ued improvement as fall
temperatures begin to
affect the lake and. the fish


weekly fishing report


activity, especially early best.
and late in the day. Catfishing from the
Jigs and topwater offer- banks at night is a good
ings can pay dividends dur- option.
ing early morning and late- Bass fishing might be
afternoon hours in isolated worth a try early and late in
grass patches off the main the day.
latke. Spme topwater action is
The shallow-water bite reFrted up:and down the
may continue longer after river.,
sunup than usual and the The best largemouth
ledges are a good bonus action has been in spots
after midday. from the Georgia Highway
Use deep crankbaits on 62 bridge pbrth a few miles
the ledges and also try the past OdomAirreek.
tried-and-true Carolina-rig You may also wish to
if fish seem less active. throw a 'worm or deep
Crappies remain fair to crankbait near the mouths,
good in brush at 12 to 1 o cree v-wn the topwa-
feet"on flats just' off the~ fairly
river channel. '" wl af ting fairly
Jigging spoons are good well for a few aiglers drift-
offerings.
A few crappies can now
be located near the mouths
of creeks as well.
Bream activity is
increasing in isolated spots
and catfish remain consis-
tent on shallow flats late in D
the afternoon. R

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ANDREWS/CHATTA- , Rot
HOOCHEE RIVER -
Fishing on the river is gen-
erally slow.
Catfish can be caught in
the tailwaters using pre- Hwy 90 * i
pared baits, frozen shad, or w
live earthworms. 1-866-587-3673
Most individual fish are 1 cnl po
said to be "pan-size" at WWW.Chipo


ing along steep bluff walls
and drop-fishing crickets.
Mixed stringers of red-
breasts and bluegills have
been taken in this fashion.
A few shellcrackers may
come to hand as well if
offered large wigglers or
redworms.
(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
System.)








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Rev. 0. Jermaine Simmons was born in Waycross, Georgia to
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He accepted Christ at the age of four, and was baptized at the
Abyssinian Baptist Church, in Newark, NJ, where his father
serves as Pastor. Rev. Simmons received his early childhood
and secondary education, in the Newark Public School System. After graduating from
the University College Prep. High School in Newark, Rev. Simmons was accepted to
Morris Brown College in Atlanta, Georgia. Upon arriving at Morris Brown, he declared
a major of Early Childhood Education, specializing in grades K-5. He received his B.S.
degree in the spring of 2001.
In December of 2005, the Lord saw fit to relocate his servant again. This time it was
about a 5 mile move, to pastor the Jacob Chapel Freewill Baptist Church in Tallahassee,
FL. In only a short time, the Lord has blessed the Church with exponential growth
in membership and ministries. The Tallahassee community has been blessed by the
church's model of doctrine, stewardship, fellowship, and evangelism. To date, the
Jacob Chapel family has welcomed over 900 added members under Pastor Simmons'
leadership.
k.Aside from being a gifted Pastor, teacher, and musician, Rev. Simmons is a devoted
husband and father. He married the former Elise A. Hodge in June of 2002. And to
that union, one son, Orinthius Jennaine Simmons, Jr., better known as "Jay Jay", was
born in May of 2004.
The 3:00 pm speaker will be Pastor Richard Peterson, Sr. the
pastor of Holyneck Missionary Baptist Church in Campbellton,
Florida.
Pastor Richard Peterson, Sr. was born fifth of eleven children
to the late Robert James "Bo" and Corine Peterson in Ebro, FL.
He graduated from Shady Grove Elementary and Vernon High
School'. He is married to Sis. Gloria D. Peterson. They are the
proud parents of two adult children (Richard Jr. "Ricky" and
Tasha) and three grandsons.
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he served as Pastor at William's Temple in Marianna, Florida, Grace Memorial in
Tallahassee, Florida and Bethel Temple in Wakulla, Florida.
He has served as Jr. Bishop, Presiding Elder of the Tallahassee District, Assist.
Presiding Elder, Assist. Superintendent, Union Director, and Finance Chairman of
the Chipley District:
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AG ASSISTANT 3/2 Brick home, ricksburg, 2100SF
40 hr.r week aprox. 2000 sq ft. 4/2,4 acres with
FT posin1,: with $950/mo + dep. 850- pond. $229,000 0BO
benr llt. High school 209-8759 334-498-3256
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WinpsseisFreshShelled' Peas & of bull test bulls and 2/1 Apt. water, garb, Located on Noland 2/2 $390/mo NFL Rity Grp. Linda
CNA cert. Will do lite STEEL BUILDING PKG Captain's twin bed whowllsllyouramalfr utter Beans 2307 cow herd. Maintain sewer incl. $550. No Street in Marianna. 3/2 $490/mo 850-890-325
hsekpg/cooking.850- 18x21 Door & Anchor frame with built in research or breeding pur- Mayo Rd. (Btwn Cy- records montors / Kiten apances ce, quiet, g yd,
592-7253/693-6517 Bolt Included draws and twin mat- roses. Pee screen ress&Grand Rige rds mnits pes. 850-592-18392/ itchen appliances
feed, health care, dincluded.$00/mo., CH/A 850-249-4888
Reg. $10,823 tress for sale. Paid spondents carefully when . Bobby Hewett (850) a5e-592-6115hind. Securi- 520Acre8Lots
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thn ntman S i Avil. with daily pasture ed. Call for details quired. No smoking. Appraisal $25k
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boating on Lake Phone# 334-:39-4752 ed inquiries only, FREE KITTENS, red, Apply online @ 594-7525 between.,34)405-0096
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BECDPoKthan.AL1936801P Free kittens cations Sept. 25. ter, sewer, applian- 3BS 1BA, 2643 Faney water x 280' deep,
Dthan L 36301 C CK Free kittens, A ces & lawn care incl. St.Cottondale CH&A realete $99,900 MLS398046
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V3,:acorss. 401k River frontage. & Sneads water&
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REQUIREMENTS: Motivated sellers 850-573-0308. Bank owned,
position will possess the 'EfNEW PAPER CDL Cs A. Mn. 2 United Country Al.E in
years '-iperience. Land & Reality 2/1 MH FOR RENT ine ae e
floigTH .i- _.r 0NMuct Pac- DOT Ozark, AL Cypress. Country set-SDeerKvalty 69-667
following: i Pv "kaI Dru, 5,:n 334-445-4445. ting. $335t- dep. SILVER LAKE Realty 699767.
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..eviossales' Or,entain EOE. 2/2,3 miIls from $375,000 MLS397131
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approach I.� -bnsAprldl.b .su dale. htto://www.d 8333 n Mae ,
Excellent communication & ,,ore charloscountryliving. 2 &3 BR MH's in Ma-
X T 'RA' 'com. 850-258- rianna & Sneads 2BR/1BA, Newly Brick House on 3ac.
organizational skills Our Newspaper 4868/209-8847 (850)209-8595. remodeled in Grand w/pecan trees. 3/2,
-A"friendly outgoing personality 2B/BA, stove ref. 2BR/1BA in Alford, Ridge. Water&sew-CHA. 2643 HWY 69,
s proud to be in Quiet, safe neighbor- CH windOw AC $400 age incl. $35K. 850- Grand Ridge. $199K.
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F- Dental Ins.area. Ref. req. ;525 + dep. No pets. utilities $65 amth,
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new 334-793-6305 Like new. Non- mint condblack top cylinderAT4 door nete unrof 3346714124 Pearl Yello 6-spd
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20K, Ner tires, DlD 2290 days, eves. 850- 334- 393-0064
trailer $1900 new Morryde Susp.,Rear 20K, Newtires, DVD Great Condition. Corvette '07 auto, r , ..: . . r ,, . 334- 393-0064 9Yamaha '02 Raptor
cond. 850-447-2859 Entertain- ment, Ta- Player-Ref- /Frez Need to Sell 3LT, Loaded, chrome Hyundai'05 Sonata owner, garage Kept, 660, fully loaded with
Honda'08 Rancher ble 4/Chairs, 2 w/Ice maker, Water $12,844. Call 618-4533 wheels, victory red, LX, V-6, Automatic all maint records. Chevy - 85 Silverado accessories, ridicu-
4X4,:2 year warranty, Leather Recliners, heater, hydraulic 2007 Nissan Altima. n showroom cond loaded, sunroof, $20k. 334-598-3110 Comletely restoredously clean & fast,
red manual shift coach w/ chase jacks, convection- Immaculate. Only with warranty leather, excellent, Exceent condition 334-805-0816
red, manual shift, Coach w/chase, sacks, convection- Immacul o $37,775. 334-678-2131 1350 Engine $10,000
$5000 OBO 334-796 $57,000, /microwave oven - 20,200 miles. Below $37,775.334678-2131 miles $5995 nn4 810500
2474 334-714-2406. slide out. $25,500 Book. One Owner. Frm 334)389-0554
Honda TRX 300 EX 1995 Travel Trailer 334-718-0460, 718- Call 632-0144
Bike is complete cus- cold AC, excellent 0793 Acura '06 MDX, tour- . L O O K HARLEY DAVIDSON RYAMAHA06
ac- ing edition. 63K L O OK. _ '08 1200 Sportster Roadstar 1700cc,
with tons cond., 4950 negotia- Monoco Knight '06, es, excel cnd, Cust. Black. Motorcycl
cessories incl. Red ble. 334-393-1558mies, excel. cond., or 1oe ml l
L.E.D.'s $2,300. O.B.O. - 3-1 Save $25Kor more, new tires. $22,300. Meredes 96 E300arrty. Lke ew 5000 miles. Vance
334-805-0816. 5th Wheel, '06 36 ft. Diesel, 4 slides,4300 334-434-0240 Corvette '81 16iK $5,595 W.M.Car 334 8. H.nes E haust Sy -
ontego Bay, 4 mi, many upgrades
Yamaha'0 KODIAK sides Dodge Ram $159,700.850-866- ugd Automatic 350 Sales LLC. L919'W.M. tem. 4 helmets and
400. ATV. 4WD, good '07 3500Diesel dual- 2774 (Silver) sell as is Infinti '01 I0 120K St. 334-699-5880 gel cushion. One
condition. $3000. ly. Tow package & Phaeton, 07' 40ft. 4 $6800. OBO silver $5,995 W.M. www.westmaincar owner, garage kept.
.OBO. 334-798-3352 Reese Hitch Asking slide-outs, 15K mi. 334-774-1915 Car Sales LLC, 1919 sales.corm 'ORD 65 F 100. Le new. $9000.334-
$74,300.334-655- 350 CAT diesel,W.M. St.334-699- white, PU. 3-sp 615833.
$74,300. 334-655- 350 CAT Ciesel orvette '99 con, 5880 www.west Mercedes '96 S500.0 original
Boats 1100. Allison 6s. 7.5 diesel 8 www.west k Top condition. 6-cyl 73.000 origmal
S-gen. 4 r. frig w/ 1M00 323i 102K terior auto, 84k maincarsales.com 334-693-3980 mi. A . . AM FM.
Boat, 99 hrs, 4.3L V.n mt;m I satellite dish, White $8495W.M. miles 0 G
HPaae ke4.3 . 1 " rear ., side cameras, Car SalesLLC 1919 - 334-796-7218. copper-black, 6 pd.,
alv trailer,ss prop. Home theater sys. W.M. St. 699-5880 Datsur. 261,2 2+2. '7, 1300 m;. Loaded.
17,000, 334-726-2p61 Leather euro recliner, www.westmaincar o .rer. Like new. $16,600
,_desk, King bedp.e, fuel .nseared. 334-726-6799. Yamaha '07 VStar
'06 Ranger Z19, Mer- Car ge Cameo '05 Brake-Buddyfortow sales.com e80k mile. 5.: Harley Davidson '08 1300 Tour, fuel inject-
cury 225 Pro XS. Yel- 32f3-slides, 2-A/C, car. Garage stored. ~-: '. - -I rusti, runs out needs - - r l - ed, custom seat's,
low & white, low hrs, 5.5 K Generator, Many other options. work.$2500 OBO 850- aguar 00 S-3.0 BIk. Mercury 2006 Grand le cruise control, load-
exc. co $29500 loaded, no smoke, no $160,000. 579- 2136 Iv msg 95k $6,495 W.M. Car M. rquis. 35.700 mi. 4000 mileft. ed, 5K., Like new!
334-695-0312 pets, Exc. Condo. 334-797-3617. . Sales LLC. 1919 W.M. Poce Records. One GM'72 Chevelle $18,000.334-618-4430 $7,450., 334-714-4001
1999 17 foot Alumi 38,500 334-714-4001 Tioga Arrow 27ft S. 334 699.5880 Owner. All service Super sports front Harley Davidson '08
craft, 50 lP Mercury, Coleman '01 Santa Fe Motorhome '86, www.westma;ncar r-cords. 718-5251. clip Red, 2-dr. hard Low Rider, less than le
trailer, trolling m Camper Pop Up A/C whiteAuto.8 cyl.3K mi. black, warran- Utl
tor, depth finder,live app. Fair Cond. Pow.brakes & steer- BM '02 328 108K Nissan '05 Altima, 2.5 top Needs work.
well. $4500 334-312- $3,500. 334-347-4334 ing, A/C, AM/FM, L 1W.M. CS. 5 speed, 31k mi. Great proj car $4,500. , r
CUA'0C0114m runs well, low Stl 69L-5C8 like new, $12,900 850- 334-774-2825. many xtras.$13,500
COUGAR '05 Camper is Fair ow St 699- 5880 Ddge 05 Ne SXT, 482 2994 3-7 5 850-526-2790
2003 CONTENDER 36' Trailer w/1 slide, mlea conHas wwwwestmaincarsales.com doo inner , Model A 1929, 2 dr,
wt Damage. $6000. = $ 04 door, 4 cylinder, M e.1 1929,2 dr, ley Davidson '
with Yamahastroke 16000772 8505262840.ati loace driver, has Ultra "Classic Elec-
radar, color glps auto 631-5065 , 71,000 miles $5995. matching trailer. tric Glide 30 yr anni-
machine, center con- oDU MA '06, 25' Watersports J '89 W , 1500. 850-482-6632 sary$7,500334- EVY ' Blaz
sole. 3-685-229 Good coniti on . W Altim"03 M n G850 596-8475 695-4014
'97 Bayliner Cabin Sleeps 6, Asking Ford03 Mustan GT EE l ue, Sed A rle t
Cruiser 23 ft ,1 own- payoff. 334-794-8897 Kawasaki '95 900ZXI convertible., 69k $2300ar for picsemail Harley Davidson '96 cyl 4 . o 130000,
Mer, excel. condo. pd 40or 33 - 79718 Jet Ski w/trailer Exc. 6 se u kept, $10,800 cy 61,000, Loaded, 673GT - rds &h Pwe0b ,
S 2Cond. 1,800. 334- BMW '06 325, Sport miles auto. Garage F , red it
$40K wil ell for Dutchman '07 31G- 625C -67 GTO
$17K 85 209- '07 3G 6965505791-4 . Pkg. 20"inchrims, 334-596- 9966 Excellent condition. steering CD, A/C,
59 bDFL, 2 slide outsa sunroofleat 7K Gher.war e . 2 ae $ han2NAA
5659/209-1696 32ft, like new. Yamaha 04' Wave ranty. 35,500 Mi. FORD '07, 500 Limited NISSAN '06 Altima, $20,000 BO. BLUE 334-899-1212 AM/FM runs well,
Astr '9114f 4HP $19,500. 334- 793- Runner 1200 XLT, 155 $24,000. 334-798-5753 Charcoal leather i Blue, Sedan. Auto.- WHITE. (334)389-0554 Hn
Mariner, trolling mb- 4510 or 797-7514 HP, 58hrs. in fresh terior, 6cyl., 40K cyl. 61,000, Loaded, ou suds hr a3
torrandept findei' water w/ trailer BMW 545iA sedan 4 les. Like new. -o l, s , 3preciat $500





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Bass Tracker 09 Pro s G t c . A1A G A/8 15C500. 334 333-4655. .
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tor, 4 stroke console Waverunner 650, low Ki'06 Spectra EX, 4 Nssan '06 Sentra SE




















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steering 461b thrust engine hours, need dHP 1, 4 doorPr s , SUPRa SHARP!E 334-379-8733 RS
trolling motor s CD, A/CAM/FM, Hoda 06 Accord, MAZDA10 Mazdaoor, 42,0 miles, Low Mileage $200 Ch et'57 Bel-Air,7 7 9 re










POND Boa-sm all 8' i sound stsem.pai 58K . stereo, runs well, berg., gray cloth inte- Like new; 4-door; a- motor, perfect EFI winch HONDA - 03 etro- $575 down, 0%nter-
334-796O FFS3 $6"9 714-0028 l $ 4 ymSportster 06' 24,800gm
trim, fishing decs D CHMEN '07 34-79- , like new, 1 owner. 4Ron Els 85% refur. M y e
is r7 Freedom Spirit 18 ft.on FORD '09 M.ustang $6,995. 334-790-7959. 71409 -0028 tras. Make offer. Har Y Sporter 06, 24800 miles Like
2Great condo. Loadullt Hignla-8d Nissan '07 Altima pnotarocenturytelnet eOange 1200R Vance new CARFAX All
levelers &Antisway 7 Greer. 1000 mi. 2.5SL, Black, 34,200 & H ines Short Shot power Rear DVD
bar Lots of extrasaluminum BMW '982C 8m bose stereo, sun-Motc $1200.3b4-rai8 n, 8,900oCD
$9,800. 334-792-4071 $8,995 W.M. Car Loaed. Warranty. moon roof spoiler, HMotorcycles i o ' le
Sales LLC 1919 W.M. Still new. S27.500., leather int. very 00 h -T
boSt 334-699-5880 334oLaded, rofclean, Like new. '07250 CC 4 Wheeler, e $ o..- -











pow60hp mercury 4- 5 E* K mil $3800.334-618-8255 Big Dog 04 Ridge- 9333
trok5r war. on R, Tauru, ro $20,500 obo, 334-372F like new, low miles, tom. Black, Show- black LS 31K . A/C
Corre Ca ker sales.corn ood, needs AC, Lexus '0 ES30098K 0702 or 334-432-0302. $1860 OBO 850-593- room cond. loaded.r ar E.
ise uyti, on a KEYSTONE n 07 CopU m 334l 6200.954-45-5K172 $6,995 W.M. Car B2 M c003 YZ12B5,bought Runs strong, Pre Ford'003 Expedition
stereo system c ex intag4 Ford 95' MustangCo- Sa les LLC 199 W . 0 new in 2005, hs lss cisely main. $7,250.
hours. $22 90 Or. w he Travel, Paint& nvertable $2500 850- St. 334-699-5880 Nissan'08 S tima, than 100 hrs. $2000; 4-7-8 de ae,
custom 334-794-9766coer Trailer '06 38-DSL, li-r wwsell forthousands 726-0256 www,westmaincar white/es ork, $t 2007 YZF2, blue/si , greatuns w
























e littl w i f iSlee ,$27500i334- Flh te .c n2 500.334-684-2006 Clu Kt 334-797 05 ,5005 L 58w60 include 9r X
34-797- 5 S t r $ 00. 0 588-2607 Ford '99 Taurus, 4 sles.cr sun roo ,a Sloyw'eels, shape andwell mai- DVD, C ! 1,5
Fisher '07 1710 60hrs. Sleeps 8,2 Slide- Cessna 172 & 1 Buick 2Kmls$10. tanedoor, allpoer, 110k LEXUSySC400,y4.0 6 ie 1,0. taie
Mercury 4str, fully outs, Loaded, Like hangard in Mar. exc. 4 , door, al poer, 1k LXS - SC 4,. 6 0830 th fr $500. n 73 476.
loaded, garage kept. new. $21,500. cond. $2000 850-569 132k miles, dark jade, miles. Great shape V8, Runs great! Looks 6 26-384
Less than 89hrs. Warr. 334-406-4555 $2969 runs good, $1500. $3,200 334-685-0560 good! Leather int.,a 9 Glnng. 603
uCnter Consoi l 2 013. $9,875 794-4964 790-r Bdue, cSed changer, 4- $11,000.334-773663 05200m 515
.334-714-1543 FLEETWOOD '04 FlREE FLY LESSONSd334- a , 0 sunroof le d g5 oa n.g. e. p9 loaderdweter
Triumph, 5th Wheel w/ purchase of 1977 black, leather, sun- c new res, lo N an '08 Versa. -. r,n r. - - t , 1 o r, r.
wake tower & seak- 20K, 33696 4538 excellent low times 500.334726-12 $15. $5,500., 2393-464-0985 Hatchback, Blue Ext. $ 334-i03-5008 5454k
ers $9, 334-714- 33479295 $23,900.334-449-1864 Honda 05'Accord EX k Int; Auto.
96.Sea King, older mod- XM radio, CD, onstar, 25800 3K mies, very10,200, CD, Keless ord '05 Sport Tra
Playboy '94 18 foot- , Aumobiles Misc. Gold, tinted Entry, $13,500 OBO, XLT Adenalin Pa-
pnonbarnCadillac'00 Deville windowsclean, 334-333-6590. Honda '0 Goldwrg age. Loaed! 6K















el with trailer & 25 1 sunroof, 11,000 miles clean, Great cond. $14,000.
great.o$onbag. Corvette02Conver Pearl, Auto. 8-cyl. moon roof ;13,900. Oldsmobile'95 Cut ALued, Exxxllnt G
334-59P J n o d tible auto, 405 HP 12- 94000 3Pwr steering,34-797-098 lass SLall pwr, AC, $ , E 334'l
OCD changer w/Bose CD A/C33 AM/FM7, Horlda'0 6 Accord, MAZDA '1 Mazda3s candy apple red, new $RCT12, 334-379-
SBo - sound stem. 58K stereo, runs well, berg., gray cloth inte- Like new; 4-door; au-- motor, perfect , I , 00 to rd '98 Explor er
-796-0443 Franin 05 Heritage mi. Black w/black Great cond. $9,000, rior, auto. trans, 6- tomatic; White/tan; condition. $2500 EFI, 4x425001bwlnch, olitan Scooter.
334-796-443 40'w/2 slide-outs, leather. $25,500. 334 850-482-4848. disc cd, 60575 mi.; 4734 miles, $17,500 MUT SEE! 334-648- Great cond $5200, rgh yellw low acin-0.
RANGER '07 VS188 awnings, 2B, garden 299-3739 $13,125obo. 791-4190 (334)796-0353 5817 334-714-2978. miles, exc. cond 050 9a 9
W/175HP Yamaha - tub with shower, Cadillac '94 Honda '06 Civic, Gray Mazda '89 R7, non Plymouth '94 auto, $1200. 334-774-7108.
Hum nbrd Elec- W&D, CHA. Lots of Fleetwood. Top co n- Civic Gray Maz 89 RX7 non
tr-68nbics tionle - 3traes. 520K. 334 edition. 334 693 3980 4dr. a/c. 5sp, power. turbo, gold, GXE, PS, PB, A/C. $1,250, GMC '91Jim 4x4,
$2tronics, w/Triler -0338 ,tr7s.626/ 0309. 68.500 mi.. Gbod oas $3000. 334-648-4985 334-774-2279 HONDA -'03 Metro- 152 Diesel 4 in l ft.
dei$20 ,00 0.334-70 28 On.4 w ,-09. po tn ee & condition oter aluminum wheels
0SCANY White33 '08, 3 3 9 mii 1 condition. PONTIAC '01 Grand Bit yowl 12x36 Radial
Dhi.0 :134-243-4166 Prix GTP Super Aright ut A
boat, stick steering Honda '0 Accord LX charge 6cyl. sun- iles, exc. cond Swampers PS, PB,
3 4716Honda $57 Aord LX charge, 6cyl., sun C Auto AM/FM CD
8th inch alumrinugms 4 dta$r. Loaded, roof, like new. 111K $1200. 334-774,7108. $4800 obo. 850-762-
60hp mercury 4 - FORD '05 500 SLE, 18K m le- . $3800. 334-618-8255 Big Dog '04 Ridge- H-d '3
store yr war. on great cod. 41K FLL WARRANTY! Pontiac '98 Grand Am back, Hard-tail, S
motor, motoruide, miles. 6CD soun - $500o75 down. 0% er- 11, i $13,500. 3 oi
a50-547A, 08 Furn. Pontiac'98 Grand Am diac 2 ctatlw Homant07.Shadow
hu ing bir585,system $11,500 OBO Toyota02 amry LE THAN $300 per est D75yligdown, 0% Inter- 1,000 $13,50034. 334- 005000.334-726
bilgepump.,on board KEYSTONE '07 Cop- 334-695-3550 115K $7,500 W.M. Car month Call Steve Mercede Benz '01 dancing 1-800-470Auto Fi- 33648-2425-998. 334 H '
drive on l ed per Canyon 5th FORD '06 F150 Super- Sales'LLC 1919 W.M. Hatchery 791-8243 0 5nancing 1-800-470- 648-2425 ONDA'08 CB R 1000,
roivng mavanized S L St. 3-0592m9 m acsisk$p
trailer w/spare tire. wheel slides, sur- cab 5.4 V8 loaded - St.334-699-5880 Honda '07 Civic Soft tops. 39,873K ml. Saturn 96' SL runs, Harley '00 Dyna Wide 4-cyl. 1468 miles,
custom cover, lsed round sound, Ig. liv- 20k miles, $17,000 www.westmaincar Coupe Touch screen S oft Pristine cond. needs work, $800. Glide, blue/silver, runs well, warranty,



finderg $1a000334 280,3 77610fao fti Aond. le rok wel8 00. Glid e, ble
very little in fresh\ ing area$le$o27,500.,334- 72 - 6 f r yd sales.comln 'l nak Tw er $
wa t tam, DVD players 26K- $ZO,500. 334-684-2006 OBO Keith @ 334-797- 5200 miles. $9,500.
2259 after 6pm 334-596-1694 Like new, includes Je 02 W le
3o n-e C97 - 5 6 8 r i d i ngr g acd$ 1 0 , 0 0 0 U V.ri d n g de a6 - c y l . 4
water only. $12,500. 618-6572. H rCEVROLET '03 mi., black, $13,000 Mercedes '04 Benz TooaE0'99oSoHARLEY '99 Soft-Tail 080.igar 33-9-56 $1,50pd.
liver. 5spd 4-c00K 'odege3, cha.,rcoayl loaded. Great Condi-'. Custom, Dimond Ice/ OBO. 334-796-596. $11,500,
WD. 13S0e K Loasda Black Au2to., 6-c S ., 73ack- ,Toy ota0 a z
verv clean. Like new.72K miles, Loae adein- Clean,da 08' CiVicLX age,r chaor. 59K'miles. tion. $18,001101OB. Aztec Orange, low Kawasaki '08 Vulcan 719-930-4976.
$14.750. 333-7 tenor. Very clean. $14,500. 334-790-7055 $17,000. 334-806-7190 334-796-7092 miles, Like new. 900 custom, 2400 ep0
Toyota '07 Corolla LE $10,500, 684-1211. miles, windshield, hardtop, 6Sp. 6-Cyl.
Duro Cross, Crew ' 334-299- 3430. Loaded, Great Gas $590 3 3 4-WD. c C, cruise
ab, V8, Loaded, 32Kf Mileage $500 down, Road Kin Police, or 7965421 $50 .
SKeystone '07 Cougar $14500.334-7910646 $250 per month 16,500 mies. White, $15,00. Exc. Cond.
CenerCos, boat 2 Camper w/bunks NISSAN '06 Altima, 794-8243 $11,000. 334-774-3663 '05. 200mi, Blue, 5153.
306BHS, $22,500, Pontiac '01 Montana, _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
motor & trailer, 95 Lall power, rear A/C, 7 Blue, Sedan. Auto. 4-
225HP Johnson Mtr, Sleeps 9 Loaded! passenger, good cyl. 61,000, Loaded, Volkswagen '06 Bee- HARLEY Davidson '03 $1650 850- 258-1638 Land Rover '06 Range
__________ __ well, sunoof 3 tie, auto, diesel, 42K RoadKing, 95" stage YAMAHA '08 V V-star Rover Super charged
Dual Axle Tr. w/ 334-714-7623. condition. $450 334- runs well, sunroof, miles, 40MPG, load- 2, security, gps, oil 250 burgundy 1836 loaded w/every op-
brakes,wh., runs ina in 299-3378 or 618-7101 very clean, Like new. ed.$16,000. 334-897- cooler, many extra's. miles.$2695.334-693- tion, 1 owner, gar.
well, very clean, Chevrolet'08 Malibu $15,500o 334 333-4655. 2497 or 334-672-1655 $10,500. 334-803-5008 5454 kept, 334-685-2297
Great condo. $6850 IN D LT, Maroon with gray Honda '08 LX-P,
Sea King, older mod-TXM radio, CD, onstar, 25800 miles, very
el with trailer & 25 FAST sunroof 11000 miles clean, Great cond.


703-0522 maintained, new " I30'Aluminum ladder . . items . 4' x6' $380 850-866- flooring 100 sq.ft. $85 0 -866-1700..
ires, fully loaded, $175 (2) 3' pillars ea. Thimbles 3-$15 6'$380 850866. 850-866-1700
WAR EAGLE 20ft. new paint, indoor $15 850-866-1700 ea. 850-482-5634 LString Art Ships,
'07, Optimax DF kept $9950. Call $15 8508661700 s 25 So- ElectricPhantom 4 Little Tykesmlplay$20 $50
Mercury. Custom 334-792-8018 or 35" Toshiba TV $475 d w ood bunk beds scooter by Electria, ground Te l- 850-482-5634
trailer, excellent - 334- 792-8827 ,850-866-1700 with matching b never ridden $375 850- gator $10 850-526-
condition. $21,000. -with matching book- 3426593-99873426Summit tree stand
Call 229-309-2871 Coachman '97d. 3pc Entertainment shelf. 850-526,846 593-9984 Summi tree stand
Mlrada, 31.5 ft., 37k Center $150 850-866- Ceiling Fans, Electric typewriter NELCO SEWING - $20 new cond. $100. 850-
8Watkinmor at9 Pt St. $15es,0. 2 3 c 1700 Fanstc, l$35, new Mr. Coffee Machine Heavy duty 352-2553
8HP Yanmor, at Pt St. $15000. 229-334-9413 beigenst, e Elite $20 850-866- 850-592-2507 Toddler bed, Cosco,
Joe Marina, 27 north Concord Coachman 4 White wicker bar 593-50052723671 1700 Nike Air Jordan White $30 Car Seat,
dock. $9,500334-897- 0020 rd Coachman stools $65 850-866- 5935005,272-3671
dock. $9,500 334-897- '05 Motor Home. 23' stools $65 850-866- mming ELE Hosp. Bed- $400 shoes like new sz. 3 Booster $10 850-526-
2167or334-733-0020 long 2700mi, Take 1700 Ceramic Rumming Almost brand new 1/2 $50.850-209- 3426
Williams Craft '08 over payments.850- 7 dining room chairs, 10, eram- 850-592-2507 6571. Toilet, complete
60 horse four stroke, 593-5103 modern style, sturdy, 850-482-5634 Elvis Bust $30, Elvis Old records, small $5, Kohler, 1.28 GPF,
loaded. 334-618-3058 DAMON '00 DayBreak padded seats $75 Heartbreak Hotel regular $10 850-482- used, $50 850-593-
34 ft, 21K miles, 850-526-3365 Christmas Dish Set Plate $40 850-866- 5634 9987
Campers/Travel Chevrolet engine on 7 Speaker Surround $10 850-482-5634 1700 Old trunk, 40's to 50's Toilet seat lift- $40
Trailers | an generator, hy- " sound system $125 Christmas Teddy Emerson 19" SD TV, $200 850-209-0798 brand new 850-592-
� draulic levelers, 2 air " s 850-866-1700 Bears dated by year like new, $50 850- Outdoor BBQ grill, 2507.
04 conditionMountaineer 5th mer riers,a Ai Hockey Gameup $10 ea. 850-482-5634 482-2450 $50 850-482-8957 Washer/Dryer- $150
'04 Mountaineer 5th camera, refrigerator, 482-2450Air Hockey Game,8 429
wheel, 34ft, owner freezer, ice maker, 27"x 54"x 31", $30 Comforter set, cus- Eureka Vacuum $10 Portable Pack & Play, Like new Whirlpool
$21,900 OBO w/'00 super slide $29,500 850-209-1266 tom made, green 4' mounted baracuda tan color, still in box, 850-526-8466
Ford $3/4 ton p/u 334-687-4201 ' . -. Sr $150 850-272-0148 $45 850-866-1700 $45. 850-272-8967 White beaded, off
truck $30,000-5187/850-272 REDUCED * white washed oa Convertible Boot for Free to lovin home, Precious Moments shoulder Wedding
0760 '03 Class A Monoco chair $00 850-866- Toyota '4-'08, never liter trained ittens. birthday bells $15, Gown, sz 12 $500
La Palma. 2 slides. 1700 used $30 850-593- 850-482- 5880/850- 850-482-5634 OBO 850-879-4365
'06 Jayco, 30' Travel 1/2 bath. Loaded! V � I * ; - __________ 9987 303-9727 d inflate
Trailer, excellent Inc. car dolley & all J Record player w/CD, Window insulated
condition, sleeps 8. furnishings (dishes, Baby MOLLIES and Craig TV converter Gold/Glass makeup Cassette & Radio, glass 35" octogon
$9,800. OBO. 334-677- towels, etc.) $65K. GOLDFISH 5/$1.00 box, brand new, $35 table w/mirror $20 like new $100 850- w/alum. frame
3953/701-7648 334-790-3480. 850-592-2507 850-526-4425 850-866-1700 482-5634 $50850-593-9987










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CLASSIFIED wwwJCFLORIDAN.com


Sport Utility Vehicles]






Jeep '83 CJ-7, grey,
SUV. Auto. 6-cyl. 4
WD. 118k, Power
steering, new tires,
$6,500. 334-691-5683.


Jeep LIberty,zuu4, vo.
P/W, Cruise, CD,
Great Condition,
CARFAX. Below
Retail Call 632-0144
Nissan 06 Pathfinder
SE, white, leather,
BOSE sound, sunroof.
57K miles. $16,000
334-714-0770


Nissan '07 Pathfinder
SE, Black, Auto. 43K
mi. leather int., 3rd
row seat, Like new.
$17,500.334-897-0582.


Yukon'12Denall,
loaded and ingreat
condition. Call
334-596-8003 for
more info.

Trailers-Tractors

Farm Equip. 7500
Lissilton Peanut pick-
er $1850. 6000
Lissilton Peanut pick-
er $1000. 726-4661.


ratoea aump trucK, 0
cyl. 4 sp. $3,900 OBO
229-334-8520, 334-
355-1202
Freightiner '01 Clas-
sic XL, 500 Detroit
84TI.� bump. 890K,
$18,000., 334-673-
7868 or 334-596-2240
PALMER '99 26 ft
Dump Trailer $13,900
619-1041, 334-687-
5835
TRACTOR - JD - 1020.
Good Condition.
$5,500., 334-796-0443
Vans

Chevrolet '95 Conver-
sion Van, loaded,
122K, Ready to travel
$3,000. 334-701-5516 ,


Chrysler '05 Town &
Country LIKE NEW,
low miles, $200 down
$199 per month Call
Ron Ellis 714-0028
Chrysler '95 Voyager,
V6, auto, seats 8,
power, am/fm cass.
new tires, NOW
$1975 OBO 850-592-
2832
Ford '98 Windstar,
$475 down, 0% Inter-
est. Daylight Auto Fi-
nancing 1-800-470-
0650 9am/9pm
GMC 89' d20 Rally
Van V-8 auto, air,
good tires, new bat-
tery & fuel pump
$850. 334-718-3257
GMC '98 Savannah Hi
top van. leather,
power, Q-bed, 2 TV's
very clean, ballgame
ready $5,395. 334-
793-3494 / 333-1291.
MECURY '01 Villager
Van, fully loaded,
102K miles, white ex-
cellent condition
$5,500 334-740-9155

SWanted:
Automobiles

Wanted : 1997-1998
Dodge Ram P/U 4X4
or Chevrolet 4X4 will
pay cash 850-849-
7002 Nancy. -
STrucks-Heavy Duty)


trucK, low mnes, au-
to, diesel, $11,500.0
334-894-2315 or 464-
3189
CHEVY '64 Full Size
P/UP, V-8, 350 motor
3 sp. New tires, ex-
haust & clutch $3,500
MSTA 334-687-6500,
695-8454
CHEVY '66, custom
V8, ps/pb, swb, auto,
runs & looks good.
Needs some work.
$2,500. 334-735-5404
Chevy 71 El Camino,
350 Engine, $7500
850- 594-3282
Chevy '90 454 SS, 79K
miles, new paint and
much more, MUST
SEE! $9000. 334-648-
1014
Dodge '98 Ram 1500
Xcab. $575 down, 0%
Interest Daylight Au-
to Financing. 1-800-
470-0650 9am/9pm


Ford '00 Ranger XLT
Supercab 3 Litre V-6,
5-spd, 95,000 miles,
Excellent. $4,900.
334-790-7959
Ford '03 F150 super-
cab V-8 38K mi. Seats
6, Exc. Cond. White
gray int. bed ext.
14K obo. 596-3189.


Ford '68 F100 step
side, REDUCED,
MUST SELL, runs
great 18K mi. black,
MSTA $5,500 obo.
334-671-3772.


(Trucks-Heavy Duty


Ford 2003 F250 Diesel
One Owner. New
Condition. Bedliner,
Cover, Sell for Well
Below NADA Value.
334-618-4533
Ford '73 1 ton boom
truck, 351 Cleveland,
runs great. $500 334-
691-8012 ,
FORD '77, F100, 350,
V8, long wheel base,
auto, ps/pb, runs &
looks good. $2,500.
334-735-5404
FORD '77 F100
6cy., short wheel
base, runs & looks
good. $2,500.00.
334-735-5404
Ford '97 Ranger Ext.
Cab, runs great.
Looks good. $3400
OBO. 334-493-7712
GMC '95 dump truck,
V-8 Allison trans.,
good cond., $3500
OBO 334-701-5516 or
334-691-987

Nissan 01'

Frontier

4-dr. crew

cab,

Loaded.

$6,500.

OBO. 334-

673-4630
Nissan'08 Titan LE,
Crew Cab, Short Bed.
Pkickup.RedAuto,8cyL
4WD. 14,000K mL Exc.
Cond, BluToothkmoon
roof, leather InLvery
clean, warranty,
$29%995. 334-792-0650
NISSAN '86, PU, 4cy,
2wd, ex. running
cond.$600.794-6342
STERLING '05 Tri-Axle
Dump Truck $47,500
619-1041, 334-687-
5835
Toyota '02 Tundra
TRD w/boiler ex-
haust, silver, excel-
lent condition
$12,500. 850-209-
5659/209-1696
Toyota 03' Tacoma
prerunner dbl cab, V-
6, auto, all options
79K mi. exc. cond
must see! $14,700.
334-794-3525


Toyota '04 4 Dr Dbl
Cab Tacoma, Sil- ver,
Pick-up. Au- to. 6-
cyl. 2 WD. 80,000,
Loaded, Power
brakes, Power steer-
ing, Tilt, Cruise, Hard
Bed Cover w / Liner,
A/C, AM/FM, Like
new. $15,500 Firm,
334- 445-1683.
Toyota '07 Tacoma.
Perfect truck for
show, fun or work.
Reg. cab, red, A-R-E
cap, 4cyl, 5sp, 4x4.
42,500 mi., impres-
sive cond., my per-
sonal truck. Asking
$15,400. 334-899-2120

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AN ORIDNANCE
ADOPTING A BUDGET
FOR THE TOWN OF
GRAND RIDGE, FLORI-
DA WATER WORKS,
GARBAGE, AND
WASTEWATER SYS-
TEMS AND GENERAL
GOVERNMENT
FUNDS FOR THE FIS-
CAL YEAR 2009-2010
A BUDGET COM-
MENCING OCTOBER
01, 2009 AND EXPIR-
ING ON SEPTEMBER
30,2010.
The passage of the
proposed Ordinance
will be read by title
and considered by
the Town Council of
the Town of Grand
Ridge, Florida, at a
Special Council
Meeting to be held at
6:00 p.m. on Tuesday,
September 29, 2009
at the Town Hall,
Grand.Ridge, Florida.
A copy of The Pro-
posed Ordinance can
be inspected, by the
Public at Town Hall
during normal busi-
ness hours.
Alicia L Corder
Town Clerk
LF14685
PUBLIC SALE
Public Sale at Charlie
Brown Mini Storage
(A Self-Storage Fa-
cility) located behind
4646 Hwy 90 on
Tuesday, September
22, 2009 at 4pm.
Doors open at
3:30pm on the Per-
sonal Goods of the
following lessees'
1. Donald Bailey
2. Pat Sanderson
3. Belinda Williams


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Broker Owner/Realtor
Call Us For All Your
Real Estate Needs
(850) 209-3595
tsapp@earthlink.com
4257 W. Lafayette
Marianna, Florida 32446 ,
(850)526-5260-Office
(850)526-5264-Fax


GREAT GET AWAY ON ClIl'OIlA RIVI'; it
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PICTURESQUE LOG CABIN Close to Martinlna.
Sils on 4 acres. Paved highway. This betautitul ihoIu e
comes with 3 bedrooms. 2 bulhs. large master bed-
room down stairs. Enjoy signing around[ the stoncfaced
replacee in the great room wrapped in the luxury olf
this beauliul log cabin. Greal room ceilings go all the
way to the second nloor with views of the -secondI floor
balcony. All in luxurious stained woodi All new stain-
less steel appliances. $212.500 MI.S# 234550
Call ror Appointment


Seminole for e Icelln fishing. This propeny is also an excel-
lent huntin site. s55.0o0 #236049


Flowing ycur found, huning campphase I emv. sdy dne in
2005.surveyed ! $1.475.000 #234285 �


HINT OF COUNTRY at his close io town 3 bedroom 2
bath. great room. living room. and family room, large
kitchen with plenty of cabinets, pantry. large laundry with
.,.l.r r '.i.. , . I . .: r .... . .. . .
link fenced back yard. $139,000 #236337




Come see this beautiful completely remodeled like new inside and
out 3/2 brick home located in Indian Springs. Split Bedroom design.
New Hardwood floors, new paint. new tile. Asphall driveway. Storage
building man-cave) in the back yard. Beautiful landscaped yard. This
is a must see! MLS # 235055 $239,000


large kltchcn. largc sonc fireplace. faulted cypress wm td
ceiling. landscaped yard ii irrigation. clprelsi tongue and
groove arched entry ay. 2 /2 car garage utth unFntshed
bonus space aboce. Make an appt today.: $349,000 #236263


*NE, LISTINGc Here is a real hsot bargain' Come s- thiN
4/3 5th5l split mAstscr bedrtmi and onice t pa.e large walk-i saun-
dr.on hue family) risim. hasloxde flr,. ile inipliec'. workshop
on a lrr-g cornier landscape lot Great h M-atit' ,r 'r I wr
monr\ lor thi luas ucraer i (XW SF hom- PIcnt m Ihad,


BEAUTIFUL CLLUSU1 3 bedroom hatht dou
blewide on landscaped lot in Cottondale. Ne d!arminat
floonng, new metal roof. big nerc co-ered & -ced
hack pati Nice storage building paced road frontage
A must we' CALL FOR APPOINTMEN'I 1 01)D' :


)ra Mock, GRI
Broker Associate

(850) 526-9516


www.floridashowcaserealty.com
orarnock@embarqmail.com
4257 Lafayette Street, Marianna, FL
(850) 526-5260-office
(850) 526-5264-fax
Websitc: bu northwestLorida.com


visd floors ;isid Ifreplice, three bedloomrs, onele ilh II
Isl Iooi. Unfilnihed attllic has one balh. Needs TIC.
#236680 Only $89,900


Cory home has a newer metal roof, Good for rental.
winter home, (Or first time buyer
#234134 $19,500 Make Olfferl
LOTS FOR SALE
* GRAND RIDGE 15 acres on Hwy 695 (Porter Ave.) In
city limlls. Adjoining properly to South Is In county and
zoned mixed-use. # I27001 $0,000
* 2156 CROVETTI WAY, ALFORD, FL Unrestricted,
10 wooded acres in country. Small brook on back of
properly. Office #3004. #34792 $55.000
* NICE BUILDING LOT IN SUNNY HILLS.
Restrictions. North of Panama City and the
beaches. Office #3009-A- #235268 Only $8,500
* BONIFAY. Bulld yoar home on the'hilllop of this 10acre
tract. Hw, 162 Frontage. Land is in Pasture. #3022.
#236222 $99,500
* HICKORY NUT DRIVE, MARIANNA. FL Nice lot has
all amenities of CLH - NO MOBILE HOMES. A2963
#227138 $15,500
* BUILDING LOT IN COMPASS LAKE IN THE HILLS. No
Mobile Homes. All the amenities of CLH. POA dues.
#235585 $10,000


IN MARU/IANNA
Brick. 3 bedroom/2.5 bath. 2-story
home in prestigious Country Club Hills
Subdivision on on .97 ac landscaped lot.
Formal living/dining rooms, den and
20x20 game room/office. Metal roof,
storage building and 2- car carport. Near
Florida Caverns golf course. Reasonable
offers will be considered.
Call Ora today for an appointment.
$198,500 Listing #235609


5153 8th Avenue, Malone, FL
This lovely restored 3 Bedroom. 2 Bath Home
has a wrap around porch on two sides. It Is
located In the Ctyof Malone. You will enjoy
the convenience of being in town and living In
a historical Home built In 1912. This home has
many extras like a new water softener system,
two water heaters, extra installation. Home
has new roof, new wiring, plumbing and new
septic system. This is a must see home.
Listin# 234729 $180,000


zu2z.7 3ncSyrr/ ve. DoounusIown, rL is is in ' ,1 tcu
room 3 bath sith large fenced in back vard [riced
to sell This is a must seeI
MLS # 236302 $70.00


2132 SAGE BRUSH AVE,
GRAND RIDGE, FL -
Nice Manufactored Home on hso lots with a chain
fence alI the 3avt around Has 2 car
carpor attached to shed
$79.000 Ustlng #236571


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Superb new construction
with paved roadways,
sidewalks, city water, city
sewer, landscaping and
underground utilities, all
within minutes of sports
complex, downtown
shopping, Marianna High,
School, Jackson Hospital
and much more!
Excellent pricing and
value with energy efficien-
cies and "green" technolo-
gy utilized throughout
construction along with
attention to detail. Other
lots available for develop-
er to build 4 different con-
struction styles or your
contractor can build. Call
Ed or Pat today for a
.showing and available
building options!
15p n


4905 Blue Sky Way 3BR/2BA
MLS #236664 - $155,000 - 1398 sq ft


4901 Blue Sky Way 3BR/2BA
MLS #236661 - $157,000 - 1355 sq ft


Indian Springs

4 y REAL ESTATE

5035 Hwy 90


Marianna, FL 32446
(850) 526-2478


Fax (850) 482-3121
Visit us on the Web at
www.IndlanSpringsRealEstate.net


Nice large 48R/2BA Iriplewide sits on 5 acre with fireplace
in th den, large kitchen with island. The master bedroom has
a timing room dott could be used ma a nursery, office, workout
area etc. 13 miles From he interstate and Family Dollar
SDistribulion ake hits on ideal location.
ML.S #234970 584,900
CAlL STACY BORGES @ 1850) 573-1990


3SHUKI 3SALE IN ,.Ul IUINUAL.E
Calling oil LARGE FAMlUESit Rustic-Wetem Cedar 5/3 home
with over 2600 sq ft under roof on 1 acre. Stunning Flag-stone
Fieploce & raised hearth in Living Rooml Huge Flando Rm over-
lanoks e spaou be /,yard w/oac trees. ceramic filed floors in
kitchen & holl. . Could bae mothen-in-law suite or office w/own
entrance. Screened in porch w/root. This could be yours or
under opprisod valuellI MLS #233858 $169,000
CAILL STACY ORGES @ (850) 573-1990


NEW CONSTRUCTION
srand new home coed in Green SMedows Restricted
Subdivision in Marianna. Just off H 90 this home will be
anmapleled by1die end of Sepiember 2009. Thii hmi l be a
3/2 wih opp'ox 1258q ft nunr a/c with coanel drieay,
land.aoping, vinyl siding, stainless teel appliances, neutral col-
orn. 1 car goragwithoutdooropener. $132,000
CA CRESH HARRISON @.O8501 482-1700


LAND FOR SALE
1.61 Acres in Greenwood for
$25,000
70.60 Acres in Marianna for
$165,200
Several Lots to choose from in Green
Meadows Subdivision in Marianna
starting at $27,500
CALL CRESH HARRISON
@ (850) 482-1700


Pat Furr, Realtor"
cell-(850) 209.8071
furrl9@msn.com


You Can Find Us On The Web At:
www.sunnysouthproperties.com
Email: c21Sunnyso@aol.com

4630 Hwy. 90
Marianna, FL 32446
(850) 526-2891
Each Office Is Independently Owned
and Operated


PRESTIGIOUS COUNTRY CLUB HILLS
VSry N ,se a/2 Brck home aish oa 1900 q h undeP r aool
Cb to Mononna H ,5 Fl-nda Caem Snte Pork & M E R E
Sporti Complexi Home reature a Formae I mng & diing m
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