Title: Jackson County Floridan
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028304/00137
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Title: Jackson County Floridan
Alternate Title: Sunday Floridan
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Jackson County Floridan
Publisher: Chipola Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Marianna, Fla
Publication Date: October 14, 2009
Copyright Date: 2009
Frequency: daily (except saturday and monday)[<1979-1995>]
weekly[ former 1934-<1955>]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Marianna (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jackson County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States of America -- Florida -- Jackson -- Marianna
Additional Physical Form: 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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Bibliographic ID: UF00028304
Volume ID: VID00137
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Times-courier (Marianna, Fla. : 1947)
Preceded by: Marianna Floridan

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Donald Allen, saying that Wesley
Williams told him he did it and that he
acted alone. On the other hand, you have
the testimony of Sheriff McKeithen, which
says Wesley Williams told him that he was
there and knew who did it, but (Williams)
didn't do anything," Smith said. "If you
don't believe Donald Allen and how
many ways was is testimony impeached?
For one thing, we know that the DNA evi-
dence shows more than one person was
involved. then you look at Sheriff
McKeithen's testimony. Bqing present
doesn't make you guilty.
"If I see a murder committed in a park-
ing lot and I run away after the deed's been
done, that doesn't make me guilty of any-
thing. Being present is not being guilty, if
you did nothing to assist in the commis-
sion of a crime. If he was present, so what?
Once you dispose of Donald Allen's testi-
See TRIAL, Page 7A >

Robby Deshazo was getting attached to a helmet he tned on
while exploring a fire truck with his sister Nikayla at the
Marianna Fire Department's Fun Day Saturday. Mark
Skinner / Floridan

three Suspicious individuals
walking on 6th Avenue on
the morning of Oct. 5. When
the officers made contact
with them, they learned two
of the jtiveniles were sus-
pects in the burglaries.
During this encounter
: with officers, one of the
juveniles was found in pos-
session of some property
Ncirquelle that had been takeh in an
Cathotin earlier burglary in the area.
The officers obtained a war-
rant on charges of grand theft and burglary of a con-
Further investigation resulted in thesh individuals
being charged with nuinerous vehicle and residen-
tial burglaries in Marianna.
Ha'Khelius Moore is charged with four counts of
burglary of a conveyance (vehicle), and one count
of dealing in stolen property. Norquelle Calhoun is
See VEHICLE, Page 7A 6

Jacquelitie D. English, 42, of 3223
. Carter Mill Road, was charged with
resul theft. Police say English allegedly
provided a false ixame and birthday in
an attempt to conceal her identity. As a
result, she was also charged with pro-
viding a false name while lawfully
A computer check was conducted
with Engsh's real information, and the
check revealed English had a trespass
warning for Winn Dixie,.and had active
warrants for violation of probation, on

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Public defender Walter Smith has asked
Circuit Judge Bill Wright to order a new
trial for Wesley Jonathan Williams.
On Oct. 2, Williams was found guilty of
four first-degree murder charges, and three
counts of aggravated child abuse. The coh--
viction resulted frorn the 2005 deaths of
ex-girlfriend Danielle Baker and her three
young sons, two of whom Williams
He faces a possible death penalty or a
life term in prison, but" as of late Tuesday
the penalty phase had not yet beeli sched-
Smith filed the retrial motion Monday,
and said Tuesday he was preparing materi-
al to support the request. He expected to
submit the additional paperwork sometime
Smith asserts the case against Williams

was not proven beyond a reasonable
doubt, and wants Wright to override the
decision of the jury. The panel deliberated
just over two hours before returning guilty
verdicts on all counts. ,
"I'm asking the judge to sit as a juror,
really," Smith said. "He can re-weigh, re-
evaluate the evidence and if he decides the
state didn't prove its case, he can order a
new trial. We assert that they've got a lot
of suspicion and theories about why
(Williams) may have killed, but none of
their theories have been proven by the evi-
derice. If (Wright) agrees, we'll get a new
Smith said the testimony. qf Donald
Allen and Bay County Sheriff Frank
McKeithen could weigh heavily in his
argument asking Wright to essentially veto
the decision of the jury, and set a new trial.
"Wesley Williams was prosecuted under
two theories, both of which can't be true:
On one hand, you have the testimony of

A fourth man has been named as a suspect
in the case of an elderly Cottondale resident
who died as the result of a beating last month.
Cottondale Police Chief William Watford
said Tuesday a murder warrant has been
issued, for the arrest of Toriano Decoryell
"Corey" Gratit, 24, ofMarianna. Watford also
Said upgraded charges are anticipated against
three others arrested earlier in the case.
, Alfied Delk, 75, was robbed and beaten on
Sept. 15 and died Sept. 24.
An autopsy on Sept. 27 confirmed that he
died as the result of injuries he deceived in the
attack, according to Watford. The State
Attorney's Office is now reviewing possible
additional charges, he said.
Three men were initially charged on Sept.
17 with attempted murder and robbery in the
case. They are Joshua Pullum, 22, Willie
Lloyd III, 23, and Kendrick Brown, 20, all of

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Willie Kendrick
Lloyd III Brown
An altercation ensued, and Delk was
severely beaten. The assailants took Delk's
wallet ahd left.
The victim tried to. go inside his home to
call for help,-but couldn't find his keys, police
reported. He then blew his car horn until a
neighbor awoke and found him shimped over
the steering wheel.
Delk was taken to hospital and died several
days later.

Watfbrd said Grant emerged as an addition-
al suspect in the course of the investigation.
Anyone who has any information concern-
ing Grant's whereabouts is asked to call the
Cottondale Police Department at 352-4361,
or CrimeStoppers at 526-5000.
According to an earlier press release about
the attack, Delk was approached as he got out
of his vehicle at his home in the early morn-
ing hours of Sept. 15. -

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Oq Tuesday, Circuit JudgeBill '
Wright dismissed charges against
a Sarasota man who was accused
of -lewd and lascivious battery
upon a 12-year-old fellow mem-
ber of his Boy Scout troupe while
on a 2007 outing in Jackson
County. .
Robert -Brehm, 17 at the time,
was accused of holding a knife to
See SEX, Page 7A >

the outside-eastbound lane, when
the Cheyy spun out, crossed the
median and collided with the
front of the Sentra.
, The Chevy eventually spun out
into a ditch, the Nissan came to a
.final rest on the paved shoulder,
Sims \vas taken to Tallahassee
Memorial Hospital in 'serious
condition, according to the high-
See WRECK, Page 7A >

Four Panhandle residents were
killed in an accident on Interstate
10 Saturday morning, according
to the Florida Highway Patrol.
As of Tuesday, the names of
the four still had not been
A report issued by the highway
. patrol states the accident
06curred at 6:25 a.m. Saturday at

mile marker 142, west of State
Road 71.
According to the highway
patrol, a 2002 Chevy pickup driv-
en by Zebulon Sims, 22, of
Blountstown, was heading west
on. the entrance ramp from State
Road 71 when the accident
A 2000 Nissan Sentra, with the
four Panhandle residents, was
heading east on Interstate 10 in

The Marianna Polic
Department said Tuesday a
tip from an observant resi-
debt led to the arrest of two
suspects in connection with
a string vehicle break-ins.
The two juveniles are
being charged as adults in .
the case.
According to a news Ha'Khelius
release, the police depart- Moore
ment has received numerous
reports of thefts from Unlocked vehicles in the
vicinity of 5th and 6th Avenue over the last several
There have also been several other vehicle and
residential burglaries in other parts of the city, as
well, during this period. The police department said
it had determined there were several juvenile sus-
pects in these cases,
The officers working the case received a break
when an observant motorist called in and reported


hole .in the kitchen door with
some type of a cutting tool.
The house .been been ran-
sacked in the search for vahi-
ables. Police said the only item
that was 'reported taken duritig
the burglary was a firearm.
Anyone who has inforgilation
regarding this crime is being
asked to contact the Marianna
Police Department at 526-3125,
or Crime Stoppers at 526-5000.
Police said a cash reward niay
be given if the information leads
to an arrest.

A Marianna woman faces several
charges after she was picked tip for
alleged shoplifting, and gave a false
name to police.
Marianna police were called out t
Winn Dixie Monday in reference to a
retail theft.
A suspect and vehicle desefijition
were provided by store employees, and
the suspect vehicle was stopped at the
intersection of Kelson Avenue and
Fourth Street.
The female passenger in the vehicle,

The Marianna Police
Department is asking for the pub-
lic's help m catchmg a house bur-
glar. .
According to a news release
from the police department, offi-
cers responded*to 4137 Baltzell
St. Tuesday on a report the home
had been burglarized.
The owners of the residence
reported they had returned home
and found someone had gained
entry to the home by cutting a

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Williams' attorney files f or new tr~ial

Wesley Jonathan Williams

Time runs Police seek sus-pect in Cottondale~ death

Four killed -in interstate wreck

Texture fireman

Two charged within vehicle burglaries,

Police seek; help catching burglar Alleged shoplifter faces multiple charges


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Apalachicola. Low 7:49 PM High 2:22 AM
Fort St. Joe Low 3:42 PM High 7:35 AM
Destiny Low 4:53 PM High 8:08 AM
Pensacola Low 5:27 PM High 8:41 AM
RIVERdREADINGS Reading .. Flood Stage

Blountstown 9.35 ft. 15.0 ft.
Marianna 6.12 ft. 19.0 ft.
Caryville 6.78 ft. 12.0 ft.


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Mariannil:Meet in the AA room. Attendance
' is limited to persons with a desire to stop
October 16 Friday
Term C classes at Chipola College begin
with late registration 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Term C
Classes meet froni Oct. 16-Dec. 16. Call 526-
2761, or visit www.chipola.edu. .
Sneads High School hosts an alumni
reception for all alumni of $HS, Grand Ridge
High School and Chattahoochee High School,
9-11 a.m. in the SHS-Foyer.
Celebrate Recovery hosts adult and teen
meetings to "overcome hurts, habits and
hang-ups in a safe environment" every Friday
at Evangel Worship Center, 2645 Pebble Hill
Road. Dinner at 6 p.m. (free for first-time
guests); meeting at 7 p.m., with praise and
live worship music, testimonies and fellow-
ship. Child care available. Call 209-7858 or
573-1131. '
AA has an open meeting Fridays, 8 to 9.
p.m., at the First United Methodist Church,
2901 Caledonia St., Marianna. Meet in the AA
October 17 Saturday I
Jackson County Association for Retarded
Citizens' Fall Plant Sale is 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at
the JCARC Nursery Outlet, 4245 Kelson Ave.
in Marianna, featuring shrubs, trees, grasses,
ground covers and more. Popcorn, drinks
available. Call 526-7333; or visit jackson-
countyarc.net. . .
Pet-toberfest, a benefit for thePartners
for Pets Inc. Phil Rotolo Memorial Animal
Shelter, is 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the.Citizens
Park Lodge in Marianna. Bring your pets for
pictures with Santa, Owner/Pet Lopk-alike
Contest, a Pet Parade featuring kids arid pets
in Hallowsen costumes, ID microchips ($25),
JCSO K-9 demos, Nonie% Ark Animal
Encounters, a silent Auction, food booths and
more. Call 693-0605 to volunteer. .
The'Graceville Harvest Day Festival will
be on.the Factory Stores of America grotinds
with the Harvest Day Car Show, arts and craft
booths, food booths and activities for the
kids. Entertainment .includes the lyey
Brothers, Shane Owens and more, The
Harvest Day Parady is at 10 a.m. in down-
town Graceville. Call 263-3238, 26314401 or
263-4744. <

October 14 Wednesday
Chipdla College hosts Senior.Day, with
approximately 1,000 seniors from area high
SChOols expected. Call 7t8-2314, or e-mail
johnsonn@chipola.edti. '
Alcoholics Anonymous has an open
meeting Wednesdays, noon to 1. p.m., at the
First United Methodist Church, 2901
Caledonia St., Marianna. Meet in the AA

October 15 Thursday <
Registration for Term C classes at Chipola
College is 8 a.m. to 6 p.[p. Term C classes
meet Oct. 16-Dec. 16. CMII 526-2761, or visit
The Jackson County Development
Council Inc. offers the technical and educa-
tional workshop, Business Plan Development
1, 9 a.m. to noon in the Nearing Court Office
Building Upstairs Conference Room, 2840
JefferSOn St., Marianna. Cost: $15 per per-
SOn, due in advance. Reservations required;
call 526-4005. Registration closes at 5 p.m.,
two days before class.
The Chipola College Cosmetology pro-
gram hosts.an open house 10 a.m. to noon.
Public invited for.complimentary hand mas-
sages, paraffin wax treatments, aromathera-
py hand towels, refreshments and door
prizes. Call 718-2439.
The Chipola Regional Workforce
Development Board Career Council meets at
10 a.m. in the community room of the
Workforce board offices in Marianila. An
Executive Committee meetiffg follows at 11.
a.m. Call 800-382-5164. .
The regular meeting of the Jackson
County School Board is at 4fitt. in the board
robm of the JCSB offices. No workshop this
mOnth due to fall break. Call 482 1200.
Jackson County NAACP meets at 5:30
p.m. the third Thursday of the month, at
2880 Orange St. (behind Bryant Enterp/ises).
Call 482-3766 or 569-1294.
Sheads High School Plrate Plunge, a
' community-wide homecoming pep rally, is 6
p.m. in the SHS gym. Meet the homecoming
COurt and teams from boil SHS and GRMS,
see performances by cheerleaders and band
members and more. Admission: $2.
AA meets Thursdays for a "closed dis-
cussion," 8 to 9 p.m., at the First United
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,

The Alford Community Health Clinic, free
for patients.without medical.insurance and
meeting Acome guidelines, will be.open 10
a.m. to 2 p.m., at.1770 Carolina St. in Alford,
two blocks east of U.S. Highway 231.
Appointments -available by telephone, 263-
7106 or 326-5783; walk-ins welcome.
Alumni and friends are welcome at the
Old Central School Reunion, 10:30 a.m. on
the school grounds..Lunch will be between
11:30 a.ni. and noon, fish, hush puppies and
drinks provided. Bring lawn chairs, side dish-
es or desserts.
AA has an open meeting Saturdays, 4:30
to 5:30 p.m., at the First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna. Meet
in the AA room.

October 18 Sunday
The 60th annual' family reunion for
descendants of William and Jane W. Gainer is
on Econfina Creek in Bay County, off of US
Highway 20. Registration at 10 a.rn.; pro-
grams at noon, alld lunch is at 12:45 p.m.
Bring lawn chairs and a covered dish fo
Share; fried mullet, hush.puppies served. Call
*lCan Grow Inc. presents Fall Farm Days
through- Oct. 31 --Monday-Saturday, 9
a.m. to dusk; and Sunday, 1 p.tn. to dusk ----
at Majestic Oak Farm, 2035 Palmview Road
in Cottondale. DailyhApple bobbing, orchard
tours (school/ehurch groups welcome).
Weekend: Pedal. cart rides, fishing, cider
making demos, barbeque and other ven-
dors, horse drawn wagortrides ($10; chil-
dren, under 2 free). and tractor-pulled hay
rides ($7; children under 2 free). Call 352-
NBHA Barrel Race and FFA Benefit, 2 p.m.
at Panhandle Peace Makers Shooting Arelia,
2219 Kilpatrick Lane (Ed and Kathi Kilpatricly
in Sneads. After barrel race, Panhandle Peace
Makers' CowboyMounted Shooting exhibi-
tion. Free admission. Call 209-0772 or e-mail
Sneads High School Project Qraduatiod
meets at 2:30 p.m. in the Vacant store next to
Family Dollar in McDaniels Shopping Cehter,
The regular meetingeof, the Jackson
County Youth Council is 3:30 ().m. in branch
headquarters on Grange Street. Agenda:
Malone Pecan Festival; Hirry T. and Harriet V.
Moore Commemoration trip.


How to get your
news published
The Jackson County Floridan w
publish news of general interest fr
of charge. Submit your news
Community Calendar events via
mail, fax, mail, or hand deliver
gem t, i er y nedd
announcements. Forms are ava
able at the Floridan office
Photographs inust be of good qu
ity and suitable for print. T
Floridan reserves the right to edit

Getting it

The Jackson County
Floridan's policy is to cor
rect mistakes promptly. To
ort an lease call
2p6-3614 dpy-Frid ay

. Jacqueline English, 42,
3223 Carters Mill Road,
Marianna, violation of
county probation (driving
while heense
ing officer without vio-
lence, giving false name to
officer, retail theft, trespass
after warning.
232 .
To report a crime, call
CrimeStoppers at 526-
To report a wildlife vio-
lation, call 1-888-404-
FWCC (3922).

g The Marianna Police
il Department listed the fol-
s lowing incidents for Oct.
al- 12, the latest available
he report: Three traffic acci-
all dents, six suspicious vehi-
cles, one disturbance, one
burglar alarm, two vandal-
ism complaints, one noise
complaint, three animal
Complaints, one sex
offense, one retail theft,
five public service calls,
two threats and three traffic
- stops.

Sheriff's Office listed the
following incidents for
Oct. 12, the latest avail-
able report: Three aban-
doned vehi-
cles. ,one
t olarm. one
animal con-
r ME trol cont-
pla*int. one'
assist of
another agency, two civil
disputes, one criminal reg-
istration, two criminal
mischief complaints, two
disturbances, one hospice
death, one juvenile com-
plaint, one noise com-
plaint,. one escort, one
provide, four public serv-

ice calls, one retail theft, controlled substance
four suspicious incidents, (meth), possession of drug
one threat, two traffic paraphernaha.
accidents, seven traffic Terry Lee, 36, 2954
stops, one trespassing Sunset Drive, Marianna, no
complaint, one warrant validdriver'slicense.
arrest, one reckless driver Celeste Westerling, 46,
and one stolen tag report- 2206 Cypress Creek Road,
ed Cottondale, violation of
state probation (criminal
CORRECTIONAL Aurora Cutchins, 34,
FACILITY 2532 Elizabeth Lane,
The following people Alford, retail theft.
were booked into the coun- Ossie Davis, 38, 2742
ty jail during the. latest CR 2276, Glenwood, Ala.,
reporting periods: possession of firearms by a
Gregory Basford, 28, convicted felon, drivmg
3395 Rally Road, while license sOspended
Marianna, possession of a (habitual offender).





Oct Ot. ov

Publisher Valetia Roberts
Managing Editor Michael Becker

Contact US
Telephone: (850) 526-3614
E-mail: editorial@jcfloridan.com
P.O. Box Ma7a L 32447
Street Address:
4403 Constitution Lane
Marianna, FL 32446
Weekday a t 5 p.m.
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on Sunday:- The Jackson County
Floridan (USPS 271-840) is pub-
lished Tuesday through Friday and
Sunday mornings. Periodical
postage paid at Marianna;Fla.
Home delivery: $11.23 per
month; $32.83 for three months;
$62.05 for six montlis; and $123.45
for one year. All prices include appli-
cable state and local taxes. Mail sub-
scriptions must be paid in advance.
Mail subscriptions are: $46.12 for
three months; $92.24 for six

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advertisements beyond the amount
paid for the space actually occupied
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whether silch error is due to the
negligence of the publisher's
employees or otherwise, and there
shalbbe not liability for non-inser-
hoen o p sseu1nad sNed
ment. This newspaper will not
knowingly accept or publish'illegal
material of any kind. Advertising
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Tremon Nykeem Beckwith, 1, of Marianna is the son of
Shondel M. Frear and Quinton J. Beckwith. His grand-
parents are Virginia Paramore and Willie Paramore; and
Yvonne Stevens and Willie Stevens. Contributed photo


Cosmetology open house

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The Chipola College cosmetology program will host an open house, Thursday, Oct. 15, from 10 a.m. to noon.
Cosmetology students, from left, Lauren Pettis, Kaitlin Porter and Tababa Masters work oh a style for Richelle
Pridgen. The public is invited to enjoy complimentary hand massages, paraffin wax treatments, aromatherapy hand
towels, refreshments and door prizes. A pumpkin contest will also be held. The cosmetology program otter a full
lineup of services for the cost of materials, including: shcampoo, blow dry styles, haircuts, color, highlights, waxmg,
manicures, pedicures, relaxers, perms and up--styles. For information, call 718-2A39. Contributed photo

Graceville gears up for Harvest Day Festival

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directors was announced,
Among those named to
the board are Marti' Coley
ofChipola College and Bill
Stant&n with the Jackson
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The City of Graceville and Harvest
Day Festival committee members are
planning for a big day, Saturday, Oct.
17. This year's festival ivill again be
held on the Factory Stores of
America grounds with plenty of
entertainment, arts and craft booths,
food booths and activities for the
kids. The Harvest Day Car Show
promises to be bigger and better than
ever. Graceville's own Ivey Brothers
barid and popular country recording

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entertainment. Also Entert
performing will be
Walter Wilson of 98th Army Bin
Dothan, Ala., singing Walter Wils
gospel songs. The Ivey Brothers
Graceville High HS Show Cho
School Show Choir Shane Owe
will be performing at
1 p.m.
The Harvest Day parade will begin
at 10 a.m. in downtown Graceville.
For information on booths, contact

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inment show information'
contact Terry Allen
10:30 a.m. at 263-4401. For
n 11 a.m parade information,
11:45 a.m. contact Teresa Bush
rs 1:15 p.rri at 263-4744.
s 2 p.m The Harvest Day
Festivals sponsored
by the City of
Graceville and funded in part by the
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A group of 15 site selec-
tron consultants, represent-
ing nine states and many of
the nation's largest busi-
ness location consulting
firms, attended the organi-
zation's signature event,
along with Northwest
Florida economic develop-
ment, business, education,
workforce development
and community leaders.
Al Wenstrand, president
of Florida's Great
Northwest, said, "This
event is a powerful out-
reach tool. It allows us to
showcase the region to a
very select group of indi-
viduals who are key
resources for the business-

es Florida's Great
Northwest and its giartners
seek to locate in Northwest
Florida." .
This year's participants
included site selection rep-
resentatives from compa-
nies such as Aliquantus
Consulting, Cushman &
Wakefield, Scannell
Properties, Ecodev, The
Caldwell Group/Fluor,
Galaxy Partners, Garner
Economics, The Garibaldi
group, The RSII Group,
Grubb & Ellis, Mohr
Partners, Location
Advisory Services and
Carruthers Real Estate.
Fbcus Northwest Florida
included Florida's Great

Florida's Great
Northwest, a 16-county
regional economic devel-
opment organization,- host-
ed its eighth annual Focus
Northwest Florida event
Oct. 8 through 10 at
Sandestin Golf and Beach
Resort. The Focus
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Jackson Alternative School staff, students and
honored guests paid tribute to Deputy Kevin
Wright Oct. 9, by planting a Japanese maple tree
in his memory. The school wanted to remember
Deputy Wright, who served as their school
resource officer until his death on Jan. 25, 2009.
It was his mother, Sharon Dawson, and father,
Jimmy Wright, who suggested doing it on what
would have been his 36th birthday.
The ceremony started with Principal Jeff
Bryant introducing deputy Wright's family,
including his daughter, Madeline. Also in atten-
dance was Sheriff Lou Roberts, officers of the
Jackson County Sheriff's Office and Marianna
Police Department, and countless family and
friends of Wright.
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plant a remembrance tree and what a Japanese r
maple stands for. Next, several students were
invited up to read their thoughts and memories of
On what would have been h}s 36th birth- Wright. Finally, Bryant read a poem as the tree
day, Jackson Alternative School planted was being planted. Jackson Alternativ
this Japanese maple in memory of deputy After the ceremony, the family gathered around honor the memory
Kevin Wright. Contributed photo the tree for a group picture. school's resource o

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As a result, English was
also charged, ivith tres- The funeral' service for
passing after warming, Revis Robert "Rpbby"
resisting an officer with- Brown will be at 10 a.ni.
out violehee, and was Wednesday, Oct. 14,, at
served with, the putstand- Maddox Chapel. Interment
ing warrants. will follow at Pinecrest Me-
English-was transported moral Gardens with James
directly to the county jail. Be Sikes Funeral Home
10addox Chapel directing.

an original. charge of driv-
ing whilelicense suspend-
ed, out of Jackson County.
During the investiga-
tion, police say English
also refused to cooperate
with officers becoming
belligerent and refusing to
get into the patrol anit.

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is immune.
Wright is livid about that, and
places the blame squarely on the Ethel B. Hall
shoulders of the local office.
"I'm as dark and cynical as a The funeral service for
human being could be now," Will Ethel B. Hall will be at 10
Wright said. "All my suspicions a.m. Wednesday, Oct. 14, at
about government employees are the El Bethel Assembly of
irrevocably confirmed. Worthless. God Church. Interment
Incompetent. Tabulating their state will fdilow at Dykes Ceme-
pensions and dreaming of the time tery with Jathes & Sikes Fu-
they no longer have to pretend to neral Home Maddox Chap-
work." el directing.
The fact that his son cannot
achieve closure pains him deeply, Hm MSa x hpl
he said. 4278 Lafa ette St
"I feel completely alone and iso- Marianna, L 32446
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experience told me I had Laurel www.Jamesandsikes
and Hardy working on the case, and funeralhome.com
it was confirmed today," Wright
said. "I cannot get my son back to
the point he was before this hap- CROLPOrter
pened, but at least with a successful
prosecution, I could have said, Cael Porter, 17 months,
'Son, the system may be slow as of Marianna died Tuesday,
hell, but it works.' I can't say that Oct. 13,. at Sacred Heart
now. He now believes that justice is Hospital in Pensacola.
a mass hallucination, a farc6 that Funeral arrangements
fools believe in, that rules are made will be announced by
to be broken, that rules are for James & Sikes Funeral
chumps." Home Maddox Chapel

the throat of the youngster and
demanding that the boy perform
oral sex on him.
Assistant state attorney Greg
\Vilson said he plans to appeal the
judge's ruling in the First District
Court of Appeals, brit said he under-
stood why Wright ruled the way he
Wilson is the fifth state's attorney
assigned to the case since the defen
dant was charge more than a year
ago, and the second since Glenn
Hess defeated former state attorney
Steve Meadows and took office in
January. .
Wilson concedes that the failure
of the state to bring the case to court
in a timely fashion was the main
cause of Wright's ruling. The judge
cited the defendant's right to due
"I understand the court's ruling,
but I really think it's a miscarriage
of justice for the victim in this case,
and I hope the appellate court will
take a look at it," Wilson said. "The
father is understandably upset with
the system.",
Wilson, like the father of the
alleged victim, cited a long period
of inaction by the state as the main
reason the case did not proceed to
r trial,
"This is one where the state

attorney's of5ce takes a black eye.
It was a real lack of ,diligence in
moving this case along," he said.
Wilson says the failures occurred
long before Hess, his boss, took
over. .
The clock started ticking on
Brehm's right to a speedy trial on
July 25, 2008, when then-assistant
state attorney Mark Sims filed the
case in juvenile court.
The next action came in August
2008, when the arraignment was
continued under circumstances not
made clear in the court record,
The next action took place in
September 2008, when Sims filed
discovery in response to the defense
attorney's demand. That was the
last action in the case until Hess
took over in Jamyary of this year.
Brehm's speedy trial .clock a
90-day period in juvenile court -
expired in late October 2008.
Inexplicably, Wilson said, the
defense apparently offered no
motions in any attempt to have the
charges dismissed back then,
Wilson is also at a loss to explain
why the state took no action in the
case before the clock ran down.
A couple of weeks after he took
office, and long after the speedy
trial window had closed, Hess

assigiled the case to Stan Peacock.
Peacock discovered some erro-
neous dates in the state's original
filing, corrected those, and was
working on the case when he was
re-assigned to Bay County July 9.
That's when Wilson inherited the
The case had been proceeding
along under Peacock even though
time had run out, but then a new
complication arose. Three days
after Wilson took over the Jackson
County office, the defendant turned
19 years of age. ilson discovered
this as he was preparing for an Oct.
13 trial date against Brehm on the
juvenile charges.
. By the time Wilson came on
board, the speedy trial period in
adult court, 17() days, had also
expired. .
The period of the state's inactivi-
ty leading up to Tuesday's dismissal
has left the alleged victim's father,
Will Wright, enraged. .
From the start of the case, Will
Wright (no relation to the judge)
acknowledges he'd been hounding
the state attorney's office to act.
Time and time again, he said, he
was met with excuses, promises or
unanswered phonecalls.
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here," he said. "Coach (Lee)
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and coach (Jamie) Goodwin all
do a great job out there every day
working with those boys. They
give a lot of their time and ener-
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Awesome, she gives us 100 per-
cent support, and we couldn't do
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got one of the best bands around
and they play at every home
game. The cheerleaders are great
support for us, they sponsor
players and take care of them.
(Greta) Charles and (Nicole)
Kleiser do a great job getting
them to our games and support-
ing the.team."
With a win Thursday night, the

The Marianna Middle School
Bullpups .will take the field
Thursday night at Bulldog
Stadium for their final regular
season home game. The Bullpups
, boast a 5-0 record this season,
with a 26-1 record in the last four
This remarkable feat has come
under the leadership of Hunter
Nolen, athletic director and head
football coach for the Bullpups
for four years
The lone loss came last season
on the road to Riversprings, a loss
the Bullpups more than avenged
this year as they overpowered
Riversprings 44-8. The Bullpups
have scored a whopping 210
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The Marianna junior varsity took to the greens
RISO Thursday. Ryan Riley had the low score with a
45, followed by Jake Mitchell and Zac Davis with a
48. On the board with a 53 was Vance Coley. Junior
varsity golfer Kyle Griffin did not have his scores
available. The Lady Bulldogs also participated, but
were unable to complete the nine holes due to time
The Bulldogs will return to the fairway Tuesday
when they host Holmes County at Indian Springs
Golf Course.

The Marianna High School Bulldogs golf team
fell short of their first win, with a loss to Walton at
Indian Springs Thursday afternoon. .
Walton took the match 1,61 to Marianna's 180.
Four of the five Bulldog golfers shot a 45, while
Kaidd Golden, Tyler "Jabo" Harris, Cameron
Oliver, and Alt6n Stone with Hitrrison Fuqua each
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that Miami has matched being a tight end in high career-best season in tack- n't have come at a better
its highest ranking in .the school to a lineman in col- les with 17, after just five time for Miami.
AP Top 25 poll since late in lege. games. Central Florida's Once an afterthought,
the 2005 season. It wasn't easy, but Pipho on-campus stadium is he's turning into a leader,
"In years past, it's sort of difin't c}uit,'eithere about 20 miles from where getting starts already on the
been like, 'God, I hope we "A lot of guys, when they Joseph went to.high school, right pnd left side and
play well,"' said Pipho, come in and they realize and to him, that adds plen- seenung like he's made
* who has a biology degree they're not going to play ty of significance to this more significant plays
and plans to enter medical right away and that they're week. already this season -
school with hopes of. going to have to wait, the But the extra notoriety including a game-turning
becoming a radiologist. first thing that comes to from making plays this sea- fumble recovery that led to
"Now, we just think we're their mind is transferring," son, Joseph insists he the go-ahead touchdown in
going to go out there and left tackle Jason Fox said. couldn't care' less about a 21-20 win over
kick some (butt). The way "That's, not Pipho. He that. Oklahoma than ever
the coaches have prepared worked his tail off until he "It's all good, well, fine before.
us has just helped us so got his opportunity." and dandy," said Joseph, "For 'some kids, it hap-
much with our mentality Miami visits Central born Joe Louis. Joseph Jr. pens faster than others,"
going into the game." Florida (3-2} on Saturday not Joseph Joseph', as he defensive ling coach Clint
Pipho's always had the night, and for Joseph -- a is often asked, and not for Hurtt said. "But what peo-
intellect after all, he is sports administration grad- the famed boxer, either. ple have to understand, D-
eyeing med school. But he uate now pursuing .a mas- "But I'm just otit liete hav- tackle isn't an easy posi-
had a bunch of things ter's degree in liberal arts ing fun and playing ball tion to get down right
working against him in his that game will take on with my teammates away. It takes time to
early years at Miami, significant meaning. enjoying my last year." develop, arid it's starting to
including a revolving door It's a hortiecomitig for With injuries piling up show up, for him. He's
at the offensive-line-coach the Orlando native, who on the defensive line, showing everybody he can.
position and adjusting from has already matched his Joseph's emergence could- play."

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"I am happy to be
involved in an effort to
keep the Rams in St. Louis.
I love the National Football
League, I eagerly discuss it
and promote it and I greatly
admire the men who play in
the league. They are the
best at what they do," he
wrote. "It is regrettable that
something I have dreamed
about for years has taken
this course. But the fight is
worth it to me. I love.the
National Football League."
The Rams updated the
league on their potential
sale on Tuesday but specif-
ic bidders were not dis-
cussed, Goodell said.
"They're not certain they
are even sellers," New York

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Recreation Football
Marianna Recreation
Department will offer
two tackle football
leagues and one boys'
flag football league, and
will offer girls the oppor-
tunity to play flag foot-
ball. Registration for
ages 6-13 will run
through Oct. 23 from 8
a.m. to 4 p.m. at The
Marianna Educational
and Recreational Expo
(MERE) located at 3625
Caverns Rd. in
Marianna. The registra-
tion fee for flag football
is $30 for those who live
inside the city limits of
Marianna, and $45 for
those who don't. The fee
is $45 for tackle leagues
for Marianna residents
and $60 for those outside
the city. The fee must be
paid with a check or -
money order. No cash
will be accepted.
Special registration
will be held at the MERE
from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. on
Oct. 19 aird Oct. 22. All
participants must bring a
copy of their birth certifi-
cate. The age of all par-
ticipants on Nov. 1 of the
current year w'ill be the
player's age for the entire
Anyone interested in
coaching or officiating
youth football please
contact the Marianna
Recreation Department
at 850--482 6228 or come
by during registration'

The. annual oneads
High School Pilate
Plunge, a community-
wide lioniewining pe p
1411), Will 1.)e held 011
TilUlstid y al 6 p.111. ill (11t
SHS gym.
Everyone is invited 10
come out, meet the 2009
homecoming court along
with the teams from both
SHS and GRMS, see per-
formances by cheerlead-
ers-and band memberS
and more. Admission iS
$2. ,

Men's Flag Football
Marianna Recreation
Department will offer
Men's 7-on-7 Flag
Football League.
Teams may sign up at
The Marianna
Educational and
Recreational Expo
(MERE) located itt 3625
Caverns Rd. in
Marianna. The 1egistra-
tion fee of $350 is dii"
before the first contest.
The -league will. play a
10 game schedule with
play _starting ill.
November. There vill be
a mangers/organization-
al meeting on Oct. 29 at
6 p.m. at the MERE
please contact dic MERC
at 850-482-6228.

Sports Items
m or fax them ro'482'
4478. The mailing
address for the paper Is
Jackson County Floridan
P. O. Box 520 Marianna,
Fla. 32447. .

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Giants co-owner Steve
Tisch said, adding that he
expected a decision by the
end of the season. "We
can't speculate on potential
owners because they have
not brought up any names
to put before ownership.
It's out there, but without
confirmation from the
Rams or the Rosenbloom
family, frankly, we don'<
know who the potential
buyers are."
Patriots owrfer Robert
Kraft referred questions
about Limbaugh to the
commissioner. Texans
owner Bob McNair said
anyone who meets the
"normal criteria" is a candi-
date to own a team.
"But our vetting process
is very thorough," he said.
Prominent blacks are
already lining up against
Limbaugh, including th@
Reys. Jesse Jackson and Al
Sharpton. NFL Players
Associatiqn head
DeMaurice Smith, who is
black, urged players to
speak out against
Limbaugh's bid, and sever-
al have already said they
would not play for -his
Atlanta Falcons owner
Arthur Blank echoed
Goodell's comments and
noted, that the league and
the union had a similar
stance. Blank also said he
wouldn't expect Limbaugh,
if the deal went through, to
tone down his lucrative
radio show to avoid run-
ning afoul of the league-
"I fiild that highly unlike-
ly," he said- '
Prospective owners must .
be approved by 24 of the
league's 32 teams. Irsay is
the first owner who ha'
stated unequivocally he
would reject Limbaugh
because he made a habit of
"demonizing individuals."
"I met Rush only once.
He seemed like a nice guy
to me and all those kind of
things," Irsay said. "It's
bigger than the NFE. As a
nation, and as a world,
we've got to watch our
words and our thoughts.
They can do damage."

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. . .
.. .. . .

those not implicated in the cheating.
That's besides Florida State's self-
imposed penalties, which included
the loss of athletic scholarships and
suspension of those who cheated on
an online music history test.
Florida State is appealing the loss
of victories. Football coach Bobby
Bowden could lose 14 wins, and that
would diminish his already dwindling
chances of overtaking Penn State's

Joe Paterno as major college foot-
ball s winningest coach. Paternohas
388 victories. Bowden is four behind.
The NCAA tried to keep the docu-
ments secret by putting them on a
read-only, secure Web site that could
be accessed by Florida State's outside
lawyers rather than sending them to
the university on paper or through
conventional electronic means such
as e-mail. *

The courts, though, have ruled such'
technological schemes cannot be
used to circumvent the.state's public -
records law.
The lawsuit also sought the univer-
sity's response to the proposed penal-
.The school, though, already has
released the response after manually
transcribing it from the read-only
Web site.


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cond.$2000 850-569- One Own- er $8,800. Sales LLC 1919 W.M. tIe auto, diesel, 42K Iooks good. $2,500. Ver nice 2BD/1BA with a bonus room could be
2969 334-299- 3430' St. 334-699-5880 mi es, 40MPG, load. HONDA '03 Metro- Nissan '07 Pathfinder 334-735 5404 AT PUBLIC SALE, TO anot er edro m k ahrdwoo fldoors, plenty 0 dos-

hav 3t 973 ap ww westmaincar b$1 O ep h IA o. dK y sI rw el T DR M n n iin irn ik h c n
Corvette 02' Conver. ree $4 LEXUS SC 400, 4.0 wagon '690 el $1200. 334-774-7108. row seat, Like new. gu2n 0 oks ON OCTOBER 22, Men dy h7 2d Ave Mr a
tible auto, 405 HP 12. 334-792-8018 V8, Runs greatly Looks haul Dec. '08. New tie $17,500.334-897-0582* 334-735-5404 2009, AT MARIANNA, MLS #235604 $94,900
CD changer w/ Bose Chrysler 05'sTouring good! Leather Int., rod, ball joints, steer- Honda '03 Shadow Tahoe 07' LTZ $5K mi. FLORIDA. Call LISA REES (850) 573-1127
at?","klikK v7e9 3$6,900. r, n 'ano rna- to D s I dw a n ANNYAPN ENR Al -
leather..$25,509.334- roof, wheels, full pwr 334-718-1188 24K miles, $4000' 334-333-6401 THE SURPLUS FROM
299-3739 Chrysler '95 Sebrig, $5,500., 239-464 0985 Volvo '06 540-T5 334-494-6808 THE SALE, IF ANY,
sunroof Ithr 2DR Lincoln 88' Towncar black. sunroof. leath. Honda 06' Reflex OTHER THAN THE
coupe. ACda 0 5900. OBO 334 702- er.6 CD. good condr. 250cc 68 MPG gar, PROPERTY OWNER
grea can 4026 tion. 60K ml. 513.500. kept 1 owner exc F RD '86 F-350 1 ton AS OF THE DATE OF

.. e nere blre k Mo na x G V M 090, n9d50 39340-7 7-2866 d ,e sO Bhp 4e u k06 bH S I N CE MF WA O G SN Wan to
miles. autob a* ma ning warr. 48.000 Ocean Race Edition. HONDA '08 CBR 1000, 334-792-8018 355-1202 TER THE SALE chance!! 48R/13BA home with over 3300 s
FORD '05 500 SLE. -:di mi 19 0-209-44olP6- mi k 5 jr 56- #556 out of 800 man- black&silver, 6-spd- Bushh 9044, field Ford 96' Ra er XLT u nes i 0 h2eer oon w s i gr om
Red. great cond. 41K 452-8026 fractured. 20K miles' 4-cyl.1468 miles, ready, eiter kept. ext. cab. bl $1000 IN ACCORDANCE theater seatm I Home has an open eat-in kitchen
miles. 6 CD sound : 0'1 Retails for 553,225. runs well, warranty; $10,500 080.334- needs work but runs' WITH THE AMERICAN 1 acre Loacle onto ofa bill with a circular drive-
system $11.500 080 will sell for 531.700. Like new, includes 347-4283 or 334-447- 334-347-7144 WITH DISABILITIES way. Open front rear patio area to relay onI
334-695-3550 is 334-671-4124 2572 ACT, PERSONS WITH MLS#236592 $349,900.
.04 Beetle riding gear, $10,000 Ford '97 Ranger Ext. DISABILITIES NEED- CAll STACY BORGES @ (850) 573-1990
FORD '06 F 150 Su ar- C able 5 OBO. 334-796-5596. Farm Equip.7500 Cab, runs reat. ING A SPECIAL AC-
can 5.4 V8 Ioade S r 'n5250 d er Kawasaki '08 Vulcan Lissilton Peanlit pick- Looks good. 3400 COMMODATION TO
20k miles. 517,000 th Call er $1850. 6000 OBO. 334-493-7712 PARTICIPATE IN THIS
772-631-5065 factory Corvette '07 Auto, p. 5209 per man 900 custom, 2400 Lissilton Peanut pick- PROCEEDING
warranty 3LT, Loaded, Chrome MAZDA '08 MX5 Ron Ellis 714 0028 miles, windshield* er $1000.726-4661. GMC 03' Sonoma 3rd SHOULD CONTACT

O eSA 0 KdF c 2 hk N p i le. d.33 nuFt d 5rn 7,20t ck, 8 NW IDEAL LOCATION
4rMI a3 fk5e ew. 334-678-2 $22,0d, 4- -43?2 elTig Il)r ca$ M 12 orducooter 462850or334-299- 8dA d., I CHAF7NOYS RR ciethfrgee BI lewideesi ohn5a es
needs power glide. $1650 850- 258-1638 080 334-701-5516 or TO THE PROCEEDING. island. The master bedroo so sitting room
Mitsubishi 'OS Raider Best after 850-526- d Lilliston 6000, field 334-691-987 AT: IF HEARING IM- that could be used as a nursery, office, workout
Duro Cross, Crew 2290 days. eyes. 850. Suzuki '07 King-qua ready, shelter kept. PAIRED (TDD) 1-800- area etc. 18 miles from the interstate and ,
Cab, V8, Loaded, 32K sea. 993] 700 4X4. But tranS $1Q00.334-347-4283 955-8T11, VOICE 1- Famil Dollar Distribution make this an ideal
$14,500.334-791-0646 Irke new. 140 mi. Ca- or 334-447-2572 800-955-8770. THIS IS location. MLS #234970 $84,900
Chevy 85 Silverado mouflage. 55,500. NOT A COURT INFOR- Call LISA REES (850) 573-1127
Corvette '81 Completely restored OBO 334 585-2398. PALMER '99,26 ft Navistar '98 Eagle' MATION LINE
Excellent condition Dump Trailer $13,900 with 525E Cummings -
Automatic 350 MAZDA '10 Mazda 3s 350 Engine $10,000 619-1041, 334-687- engine, new tires, all DATED: SEPTEMBER
(Silver) sell as is like new; 4-door; au Firm (334)389-0554 5535 equipment included* 23, 209
$6500. OBO s tomatic; White/ tan: excellent running
Vette 96' Collector 334-774-1915 473.5 miles. 517.500 Vans condition.$10,500. Dale Rabon Guthrie
addition factory hard (334)796-035 334-803-5072 or 334- Clerk of the court
oa d 1p0 a k* Mazda d Enon T mph (Da ona i ,tlo9a5 dnver- 8 By: Bever Hatcher Callin qO OR tu Westem
beautiful car, exc. miles.16,500. 334 $3000. 334-648-4985 Type) 955 Fi T Spprt 122K, Ready to travel NISsan 019 Deputy CI rk Cedar 5 3 home with over 2600 ft under roof
cond, $12,900.334- 596-1694 Mercedes '04 Berl, Bake, carbon exh., nw $3,000.334-701-5516 on 1 acre. Stunning Flag-stone Fi lace & raised
684-2006' E320, ports ack- GM '72 Chevelle tires, brakes, 334- Meetings-Events hearth in Living Roomi Hu e Flori Rm overlooks
Datsun '78 280Z 2+2* a charcoal /black Super sports front 693-9390 or 701-5588 Ef00tler the spacious tracq.hrd w#ak trees Ceramic tiled
e c5ted, n 0 -8 90 ip 2-wr.rt d Y6 y a d th 4-dr. crew LFl4725 la ss, a e / n

2003 YZI25, bought ru r bO 3e8d5so- Moe nt .5500. G at roidar $4,500. ao s cab, 3nbe0 38 ,9 0 a us ed! 8 16
ew 100 h .h$200ess 579- 2136 Iv msg 334-693-3980 M-B 1929 Gaz'elle kit Chrysler '02 Voyager .0aded. U. a rourist oevelo,.
2007 YZF250. great car runs ar.d look5 Van, cold air, loaded, nent Council meer-
shape and well main- great. $3.750. 334 75,000 mi. Excellent, $6 500 no in the ackson
tained.54000.Buy 596-1694 YAMAHA'06 $4995.334-790-7959. 9 Jounty Admnistra-
b h o6r 5 500. Model A 1929. 2 dr. Roadster 1700cc* Chrysler '95 Voyager, 080. 334- fandisBud 2
excellent driver, has Black, Motorcycle. VS, auto, seats 8, lanna. Florida.
2004 Honda Civic EX, matching traIler. 5000 miles. Vance power, am/fm cass. 673-4630
Only 65,955 mdes. Dodge 05 Neon SXT, Mere '97 BenZ $15,000. 850 482-6632 Hines Exhaust Sys- new tires. NOW
Like New. $11,500., 4 door, 4.cylinder E420 166K $6,500 850-596-8475 tem. 4 helmets and1 $1975 OBO 850-592- NEW CONSTRUCTION
Call 718-5251 automatic, loaded West Main Car Sales 2832 Nissan'OB Titan Brand new home located in Green Meadows

DGdge '86 150 Royal NEW LISTING PONTIAC 67 GTO -5833. est. Daylight Auto Fi- Con MuToothrnoon approx 1258 sq ft under ac with concrete
SE. Automatic Slant Excellent condition. 618 dancing 1-800-470- leather Int.very dnvewa landscapan vm seding, stainless
6, original 70K mi $2H@0 BS 0E5M YAMAHA '08 V V-star 0650.9am/9pm waggan steel a th a Aneu nr $132 amge
52500 080 850-447. 250 u g6 ndy, 1836 GMC'98 Savannah Hi $29 995 334-792 0 CALL CRESH HARRISON @ (850) 482-1700

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NADA. 334 793-0095. Me cu eOSloM. I go to ring adj 45,3 31324-1

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2004 Lincoln LS. Only 334-494-2784 482 2994 Like new. customs. MECURY '01 Villager Auto trans only 5K warmillse ara e Utility oom. Po bple hort
47,000 miles. One 6600 mi. $14,750. 404- Van, fully loaded mi. Factory Warr* le. Call for more infan
Owner, Like New. Ford '03 Mustang GT 578-1482 jeff@ 102K miles, white ex- power windows, MLS #235146 $187,500.
334-793-0095 convertible., 69k truthinsong.com excellent condition lock, Tilt Cruise, bed CALL SIACY BORGES @ (850) 573-1990
004 nono 0 rBa0fe I r exnc paint e $5,500 334-740-9155 2 N5 -1 age on LAND FOR SALE

veed to sell 57000 850-445-2915 new, CARFAX. AII Diinip Truck$47,500 giBSShi011)8giS hithe 1.61 Acres in Greenwood for
512.844.Cali6184533 leave message power.RearDVD. 51041,314-687- ChiSSiliellsyoucintacl( $25,000

NISSAN '06 All ma .:' II s NA Toyota 03' Tacoma OWalleal5000YBI fling 70.60 Acres in Marianna for
-w .. Blue. Sedan. Auto.4- . : chevy Trailblazer08' towang package new r runn db coanbs V- $165,200
cyI. 61,000. Loaded. black, LS 31K mi. A/C power steering 79K mi. exc. cond Several Lots to choose from in Green -
ng C n ARCTICCAT'07700 Or 3n 15 4,700. Meadows bdivisio2n Marianna
2006 Volvo S60. Loaded, warrant, 515.500. 334 333 4655. EFI. Ja4.25001bwinch, 334-355-1118 US0difillidfOISOf 8168 CALL CRESH HARRISON
ed. On3e 0 ner. Still ne0 ,500., ea7t can 8$4500., 510)p8[S OV81yllay g (850) 482-17(10

FORD '73 LTD Harl4y '00 Dyna Wide & II lipidisliltissilise
Brougham. Shdan. NISSAN '06 Altima, Od0em SeOri Wanted : 1997-1998
Wa pO 8 1 1 ,n. Aau 334-596-1694 6K $0845E Wreest D Rramet 4 44 Al l( il lifffilli)M
needs minor work. runs well, sunroof, HARLEY '99 Soft-Tall Main Car Sales LLC ay cash 850-849- *
very clean, $2000 very clean, Like new. Custom, Dimond Ice/ 1919 West Main St. 002 Nancy. ( )5M4
080. 334-794-9631. $15,500. 334 333-4655. Aztec Orange, low 334-699-5880
2007Ford Ed e. Ford '93 Taurus, runs miles, Like new, Ford '98 Explorer. Trucks-Heavy Duty 9 MARIANNA CITY UMITS .
SEL Plus, loa ed. ood, needs AC, NISSAN '06 Altima $10,500, 684-1211. $575 down, 0% Inter- This 2/1 is centrally located in Marianna, across
Leather, 17,000 miles. 2200.1-334-475-1723 Special Edition. HARLEY Davidson '01 est. Daylight Auto FI- . rom1he library. Wood floors new central heat-air,
334 793 0095 62,300k all ower, Road Kin Police nancing. 1-800 470- rW new flooring m kitchen and bath. New Farnet in
Ford 95' MustangCo- sunroo tm ed win- 16,500 m es. White 0650 9am 9pm bedroom new kitchen cabinets etc This brick
2007 Nissan Altima.. nvertable $2500 850- dows, tilt, cruise, al- clean & shop.kept home tures a fire lace and flanda room.
,m001n B2w 726-0256 Ioy is. Stcdhealer $11,000. 334-774-3663 GMC 5Lel 4 m it. Call USA REt\5,8 573-1127
Book. One Owner. since i bought looks HARLEY Davidson'03 aluminum wheels
Call 632-0144 A good. and runs great RoadKing, 95" stage 12136 Radual
62.300 miles. 4 door, 2, security, gps, oil Swampers PS. PB. 95 For F-800 mp
Acura 'OS MDX, tour- automatic transmis- cooler, many extra's.. AC. Auto. AM. FM CD truck. low miles, au-
in edition. 63K sion. Like New condi- $10,500. 334-803-5008 54800 0bo. 850 762 to, dlesel. 511.500.0
wsireexs1d, Ford 96' Mustang Au- n m3: a lu Harley Davidson '07 9333 894-2315 or 464-
334-434-0240 to V-6 runs good ria /C. ala RoadKing Classic.
power Windows. r. 2WD, a rm. E> cel., 6700 miles. MARIANNA CRY UMITSill

$3.500. OBO 334 632- passenger airbag PL, kitchen counterlop &appliances. New large
PS. PW. sun root Master suite with walk-in closes & nbw bathroom.
0127 334-797-9115 SI1,000 36305 New central heat & air new shisi le moF new
ssramyshelleturnerit (334)618- 741 Hyun '02 Sante Fe windows, new vinyl siding new electrical. This
yahoo.com idriver024..ihormail.c 168K 54295 West Chevy '04 silverado home has the grig Hard
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White $495 W.. door all pwer,11k Nissn '07.ltima 919 West Mlain St. Drm~,66,Dal
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