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

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Shareholders to vote on FPU merger


BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
The company providing electrical service to Marianna
and a number of other surrounding communities is
expected to merge with another utility by the end of the
month.
Florida Public Utilities is expected to merge with
Chesapeake Utilities Corporation if a vote of stockholders
in both companies approves the deal on Oct. 22. It will
take a 50 percent affirmative vote of shareholders in each
entity.
The combination would be finalized within a few days
of the vote, said Beth Cooper, senior vice president and
chief financial officer with Chesapeake Utilities
Corporation.
"When the two come together, FPU will become a sub-
sidiary of Chesapeake," she said. "FPU will be the name
in Florida under which we will do business. We're mov-
4 ing forward with the hope and intent that we'll get the
necessary votes."
Two of FPU's senior managers will stay in place, with
another retiring. The FPU .board of. directors will be dis-


banded, but two of its members will join the Chesapeake
board of directors.
If the deal goes through, this would be Chesapeake's
first foray into electrical service, Cooper said. The com-
pany has some natural gas and propane business through-
out Florida and in Delaware, where it is headquartered.
Cooper said FPU will become part of the Chesapeake
group, but,at least for the short term will continue to oper-
ate somewhat independently, since Chesapeake has no
existing electric operations with which it could combine.
The merger will not affect, for instance, FPU's request-
ed rate increase here, which would take effect in January,
2010 if approved by regulators. The Florida Public,
Service Commission must first approve it.
According to Cooper, Chesapeake first entered the
Florida utility market in 1980s, when it purchased a natu-
ral gas distribution concern in Winter Haven and subse-
quently established a marketing arm. A propane start-up
followed that. The company has about 50 employees in
Florida, and will add about 400 workers with the FPU
merger. .
"We're very excited about it," Cooper said. "It will give
our company a new utility component, and a larger utility


platform. It will basically double us. FPU has about
100,000 customers in its electrical and other utility com-
ponents; we currently have about the same number in our
natural gas and propane utilities."
Cooper said FPU shareholders will receive a 0.405
share of Chesapeake stock for each of their full FPU
shares. Based on the prices for FPU and Chesapeake
shares, the swap ratio represents a premium for FPU
stockholders.
"FPU shareholders will receive a 0.405 share of
Chesapeake stock 'for each share of Florida Public
Utilities common stock that they own," Cooper wrote in
an e-mail to the Floridan. "Based on the average of
Chesapeake's closing stock price the 15 trading days prior.
to April 15, 2009, the transaction has an approximate
value of $12.20 per Florida Public Utilities share. This
translates to more than a -15 percent premium to Florida
Public Utilities holders based upon Florida Public
Utilities' closing stock price on the day prior .to the
announcement of the transaction..
"We believe that this merger is a win/win for both com-
panies and their shareholders and represents a solid com-
bination for growth."


County tofix drainage
BY DEBORAH BUCKH ALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITE


The Jackson Count\
Commission agreed to help a
property owner deal with a prob-
lem created by the county's\
attempt to correct a drainage con-
cern.
The issue is the movement of
sand and water from the dirt road
surrounding Compass Lake.
The county had installed a
drainage pipe to keep it off pri-
vate property. But, on the order of
the state, it had to renmoe it
because the pipe diverted the
material into the .lake.
Since it was removed, propertN
owner Cindy Milton sa s three
inches of sand has been deposited
onto her concrete patio bN \ka of
storm water discharge, v' which has
also eroded the road.
Commissioners agreed
Tu,'.itida to remove the sand. and .
also directed county staff to find
a more permanent solution to the
problem.
In other news related to road-
ways, commissioners approved
the close-out of the Ho el I Road
paving project. and gota pleasant
surprise - it cost $109.793 less
than expected.
The commission also agreed to
submit a grant proposal seeking
'funds to beautify the,easternmost
entry point into Marianna from
Interstate 10.
The county is asking the
Department of Transportauon for
approximately $95,000 to com-
plete the project. The county
would be responsible for main-
taining the area if the grant is
awarded.
Melvin Engineering prepared
the Gateway Landscape Project
grant proposal, and wound up
doing the work for free. The
Jackson , County Tourist
Development Council had
attempted to use bed-tax money
to pay Melvin about $1,500 for
the service, using the argument
that beautification of the area
would draw more tourists here.
for overnight stays, the purpose


State to begin

ordinance

enforcement
- BY SARA BLUMENTHAL
FIORIDAN CORRESPONDENT
Sneads town council mem-
bers are once again trying
something.new to, deal. with the
town's ongoing problem of
noise issues with the local bar.
For months, residents have
complained about noise levels
from the Landing Bar and
Grille, owned by Jason
Milsapp. Although the comn-


plaints are decreasing as
Milsapp tries to work with the
town and the residents, council
members want to make sure
they can do something about 'it
if the progress stops:.
During the last council meet-
ing on Sept. 28, town attorney
Guy Green brought the council
more options to control the
noise coming from the bar. A
state statue allows the town to
regulate entertainment at any
establishment serving alcohol.
Green suggested crafting an
ordinance prohibiting live
music, the thing that has gener-
ated most of the complaints.
On Tuesday, during the
See MUSIC, Page 9A I-


County asks Crist

to renew designation


Jackson County Commissioners agreed to work on a solution to
problems such as erosion and the washing of sand onto private
property on Lakeview Circle at Compass Lake during Tuesday's
meeting, -. Mark Skinner/ Floridan


of the tax. But. commissioners
declined to approve the expense
after county attorney Frank
Baker advised them he- didn't
believe that argument would
stand up if the expense was chal-
lenged.
Commissioners also selected
the top contenders who want to
monitor construction of two
sidewalks and a pedestrian


improvement project, which will
all be funded with federal stimu-
lus dollars.
The .commission ranked the
firms who expressed interest in
the work, and will now negotiate
for a price .with the top-ranked
companies. If they can't come to
terms, the second-ranked bidder
See FIX, Page 9A >


BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN S fi ' Vi Iin .,
Jackson County and several
other nearby communities are
seeking a second extension of
their status as "Rural Areasof
Critical Economic Concern."
The designation was first
bestowed in November 1999. It
was renewed in 2004, and the
second five-year term is nearing
sunset.
Jackson, Calhoun, Franklin,
Gadsden, Gulf, Holmes, Liberty.
and . Washington counties are
included in the group.
Their status as "areas of critical
concern" gives the counties sev-
eral advantages. It allows them,
for instance, to fast-track the state
permitting process when working
with potential new industries.'
The Jackson ' County
Commission Tuesday signed a


resolution asking Gov. Charlie
Crist to renew the designation,
and the related-enterprise zones,
in Jackson County. The resolu-
tion also asks the governor to,
continue grant funding for
Opportunity Florida through the.
public-private partnership for
economic development in the
state, Enterprise Florida.
Opportunity Florida, a non-
profit group, is sending Jackson
County's resolution and those
from the other counties in one
package to the governor.
The commission this '%eek also
signed a letter of support for
Opportunity Florida's request for
a 2010 Regional Rural
Development Grant through
Enterprise Florida
One of Opportunity, Florida's
main objectives in 2010 is to
increase affordable high-speed
Internet access in the area.


Development order renewed


BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
The Jackson County Commission extended the
development order for a new subdivision just off
U.S. Highway 90 between Marianna and
Cottondale.
Greystone Estates, classified as a major subdivi-
sion, was first given the green light in August 2008.
The permit was valid for a year.
The extension gives the owners 18 more months&
to make significant progress and! keep the order in
play.
Just west of Oblong Circle about two and a half
miles west of Marianna, the subdivision is expected
to have 36 lots on 20 acres. A main drive into the
property is tentatively named Foxfire Drive. It pro-
ceeds into the development to encircle eight interi-
or lots, providing access to the exterior lots as well,
and ending in a cul-de-sac. Lots range in side from
.26 to .71 acres.
Water, sewer and electric and gas service will be
provided by a private entity.
In other action Tuesday, commissioners set a


public hearing to hear the proposed new compre-
hensive plan evaluation appraisal report. Mandated
by the state, the report has been revised since it was
first submitted to the Florida Department of
Community Affairs for appio al.
It will be heard and possibly adopted by the com-
mission on Oct. 27 at 6:15 p.m. The report,
required to be updated every seven years, essential-
ly assesses how well the county has followed its
comprehensive plan, which is also mandated by the
state.
The board also set a pubic hearing for the same
date to consider amending the county's ordinances
to include interim land development and use regu-
lations. The land development elements were taken
out of the comprehensive plan on the advice of the
state, and are slated for adoption as a separate set of
regulations within the county ordinances.
This week the county also reappointed Mack
Glass to the Jackson County Planning Commission
for a three-year term. The planning commission is
the first entity to review development order propos-
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Low - 450

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i High - 790
Low - 560

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Tuesday
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High - 800
Low - 590


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RIVER READINGS Reading Flood Stage
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Blountstown 14.76 ft. 15.0 ft.
Marianna 7.28 ft. 19.0 ft.
Caryville 8.38 ft. 12.0 ft.


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FLORIDAN
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Managing Editor - Michael Becker
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Circulation Manager - Dena Oberski
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Contact Us
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FAX: (850) 482-4478
E-mail: editorial@jcfloridan.com
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Street Address:
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Marianna, FL 32446
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Getting It
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The Jackson County
Floridan's policy is to cor-
rect mistakes promptly. To
report an error, please call'
526-3614 Monday-Friday.


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.m.; pro-
gramsat noon; and lunch is at 12:45 p.m.
Bring lawn chairs and a covered dish to share;
fried mullet, hush puppies served. Call 482-
7685.
* I Can Grow Inc. presents Fall Farm Days
through Oct. 31 - Monday-Saturday, 9 a.m.
to dusk; and Sunday, 1 p.m. to dusk - at
Majestic Oak Farm, 2035; Palmview Road in
Cottondale.. Daily: Apple bobbing, orchard
tours (school/church groups welcome).
Weekend: Pedal cart rides, fishing, cider mak-
ing demos, barbeque and other vendors,
horse drawn wagon rides ($10; children
under 2 free) and tractor-pulled hay rides ($7;
children under 2 free). Call 352-4879.
*, NBHA Barrel'Race and FFA Benefit, 2 p.m.
at Panhandle Peace Makers Shooting Arena,
2219 Kilpatrick Lane (Ed and Kathi Kilpatrick)
in Sneads. After barrel race, Panhandle Peace
Makers' Cowboy Mounted Shooting exhibi-
tion. Free admission. Call 209-0772 or e-mail
magicklu2@netzero.com.
* Sneads High School Project Graduation
meets at 2:30 p.m. in the vacant store next to
Family Dollar in McDaniel:s Shopping Center.
* The regular meeting of the Jackson"
County Youth Council is at 3:30 p.m. in
branch headquarters on Orange Street.
Agenda: Malone Pecan Festival; Harry T. and
Harriet V. Moore Commemoration trip.

October 19 - Monday
* Chipola Chapter, NSDAR meets at Jim's
Buffet & Grill for a Dutch treat luncheon,11
a.m. Jesse Earle Bowden, Pensacola News
Journal Editor ' Emeritus, will present
"Reflections on West Florida History." Before
the meeting, he will sign copies of his latest
book, "Chipola Moon Rising." After the meet-
ing, Blue Springs Society, C.A.R. will offer
Cookies for Cancer, $1 donation per package;
proceeds go to Kids Helping Kids committee.
Call 482-7685; e-mail footprints@phonl.com.


* Jackson County AARP Chapter 3486 wel-
comes all AARP members to a noon meeting
in the student center of the United Methodist
Church of Marianna, with a guest speaker'
from Jackson Hospital. Bring a dish to com-
plement the fried chicken to be served.
* The Jackson County Development Council
Inc. Board of Directors meets at 5 p.m. in the
upstairs conference room of the Nearing
Court Office Building, 2840 Jefferson St.,
Marianna. Call 526-4005.
* The Malone Joy Club meets at 6 p.m. for
a covered-dish supper and a variety of games.
* The Chipola Historic Trust meets at the
Davis-West House, 4448 Putnam St. in
Marianna, at 6:30 p.m..Light supper at 6 p.m.
* The monthly meeting of Concerned
American Patriots of Jackson County Florida
Inc. is at 6 p.m. in the Ag Center on U.S.
Highway 90 West, next to the National Guard
Armory. A screening of "33 Minutes:
Protecting America in the New Missile Age"
will be featured.
* The. Jackson Hospital Board of Trustees
Finance Committee meets at 6:30'p.m. in the
Community Room of the Hudnall Building.
* AA has an open meeting Mondays, 8-9
p.m. at First United Methodist Church, 2901
Caledonia St., Marianna, in the AA roorh.
October 20 - Tuesday
* The Chipola Regional Arts Association
Dutch-treat luncheon is 11:30 a.m. at Jim's
Buffet and Grill in Marianna. Pine-weaver
Lynn D. Crain will present a program 'about
baskets and wall art made from pine needles..
Call 593-6907.
* Optimist Club of Jackson County meets
every first and third Tuesday, at noon, in Jim's
Buffet and Grill in Marianna.
* Christine Gilbert teaches free quilting, cro-
cheting or knitting classes Tuesdays at 1 p.m.,
at the Jackson County Senior Citizens center,
2931 Optimist Drive, Marianna. Call 482-5028.
* Lactation (Breastfeeding) Class is 5:30-7
p.m. in the Jackson Hospital ground .floor
education classroom, 4250 Hospital Drive,
Marianna. No cost. Snack, course materials


provided. Call 526-2412, ext. 162.
* Geeks Help @ Chipola offers a free
Identity Theft seminar, 6-8 p.m. in the Chipola
College Continuing Education department.
Call 718-7563, or visit www.geekshelp.com.
* Alcoholics Anonymous has an open meet-
ing Tuesdays, 8 to 9 p.m., at the First United
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna. Meet in the AA room.

October 21 - Wednesday
* AA has an open meeting Wednesdays, 12-
1 p.m. at First United Methodist Church, 2901
Caledonia St., Marianna, in the AA room.
* The Jackson Hospital Board of Trustees
meets at 5:30 p.m. in the Community Room
of the Hudnall Building.

October 22 - Thursday
* The regular meeting of the Jackson
County Library Board is at 3 p.m. in the
County Commission Chambers. Agenda
includes memorial funds, volunteer program,
book weeding project.
* A public meeting to discuss the formation
of the ACF Stakeholders organization, a group
aimed at. resolving the ACF River Basin "water
wars"' starts at 6 p.m. in the West Florida
Electric Cooperative in Sneads. Call 653-8936.
- * The East Jackson County Relay for Life
kickoff .meeting is 6 p.m. at the West Florida
Electric office.
* Panhandle Seminole Club FSU football
game watching party, 6:30 p.m. upstairs at the
Russ House. Cost: $5 for club members
(includes food, beverage); $7. for non-mem-
bers; free to new members joining at event.
* Today is the application deadline for
WIRED computer scholarships at Chipola
College, Spring semester. Scholarships avail-
able for computer science, information tech-
nology. Call 718-2342, 526-2761, or e-mail
hartzogg@chipola.edu, burnsn@chipola.edu.
* AA meets Thursdays for a "closed discus-
sion," 8-9 p.m. at tFirst United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna, in'the
AA room. Attendance limited to persons with
a desire to stop drinking.


POLICE ROUNDUP,


MARIANNA POLICE JACKSON COUNTY
The ,Marianna Police SHERIFF'S OFFICE
Department listed the fol- The . Jackson County
'lowing incidents for Oct. Sheriff's Office listed the
15 and 16, the latest avail- following incidents for
able reports: One hit and Oct. 15 and 16, the latest
run, four traffic accidents, available reports: Eight
one missing person, two abandoned vehicles, four
reckless drivers, one sus- alarms, one assault, one
picious vehicle, three sus- aggravated assault, two
picious persons,two dis- agency assists, four bur-
turbances, one burglar glaries, one child abuse
alarm, eight larce-, . report, three civil
nies, one vandalism - '-- disputes, six distur-
complaint, one tres- y.2._r ' bances, one. drug
passing complaint,' - _.Z investigation, 21
two obscene/threat- CR1 ME EMS calls, one fire
ening phone calls, , '-z call, two
one found property, forgery/fraud corn-
one illegally parked vehi- plaints, one harassment
cle, one loud noise com- complaint, three informa-
plaint, three dog com- tion reports, two juvenile
plaints, one property/ complaints, two larcenies,
building checked, two two loud noise/music
agency assists, five public complaints, two miscella-
service calls and 17 traffic neous escorts, two
stops. prowler/peeping tom com-


plaints, three public serv-
ice calls, nine suspicious
incident/person/ vehicle
complaints, two. traffic
accidents, 14 traffic stops,
three prisoner transports,
two trespassing com-
plaints, eight warrant
arrests, three reckless driv-
ers, two 911 hangups and
one power line down'.
JACKSON COUNTY
CORRECTIONAL
FACILITY
The following people
were booked into the
county jail during the lat-
est reporting period:
-Charles Champion, 37,
1754 Virginia St., Alford,
manufacture of metham-
phetamine, possession of a
controlled substance, pos-
session of drug parapher-
nalia.
-Randola Bush, 34,


2410 Syfrett Road,.
Cottondale, knowingly
driving .while license sus-
pended/revoked.
-Joshua Parrish, 29,
2417 Phillips Road,
Cottondale, two counts of
worthless checks.
-James Sergel, 31, 4511
Pilcher Road, Marianna,
violation of probation
(DUI).
-Michael Pollock, 38,
717 Bethel St.,
Chattahoochee, disorderly
conduct, possession of
drug paraphernalia.
-Aaron Smith, 20, 2307
Pebble , Hill Estates,
Marianna, two counts of
violation of conditions of
probation (possession of
marijuana, contributing to
the delinquency of a
minor).
-Jonathan Quinlin, 23,
4052 Old Cottondale


Road, Marianna, hold for
court/Dept. of Corrections.
-Howard Sullivan, 23,
4410 Pandora . Road,
Marianna, hold for
court/Dept. of
Corrections.
-Andrrieka Ward, 29,
3609 Bluebird . Road,
Tallahassee, violation of
probation (DUL)..
-Roy Kirch,. 27, .1884
Adolph Whitaker Road,
Bonifay, burglary of a
dwelling, theft.
-Carol Arnold, 32, 1996
Park Ave., Sneads, breach
of the peace.
JAIL POPULATION: 242
To report a crime, call
CrimeStoppers at 526-
5000.
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daughter of Jeff and
Jeneane Brown, turned 1
on Oct. 3, 2009.
Her maternal grandpar-
ents are Tom and Linda
Fleck of Marianna, and her
paternal grandparents are
Tim and Pam Ganley of
Keystone Heights.
Family and friends were
in attendance for the party,
which had a "Dr. Seuss"
theme, and parents and
children alike had fun on
the moon bounce. The
birthday cake was in the
shape of the Cat's hat, and
everyone enjoyed a special
spaghetti buffet. The "Cat
in the Hat" made a special



Hodges


is 1

Levi Blake Hodges of
Marianna celebrated his
first birthday on Oct. 10,
2009.
He is the son of Shane
and Amy Hodges of
Marianna.
Grandparents are Roy
and Connie Hargrove of
Cottondale; and Sam and
Gwen Hodges, and Susie
Demaree of the Alford
area.
A party was held at noon
on Saturday, Oct. 10, at the


Mallory Lynn Brown
appearance to visit with all
of the little guests, while
the birthday girl unwrapped
her presents.


SPECIAL TO THE FLOUIDAN

Classical pianist James
Matthews will be in con-
cert at 4 p.m. on Sunday,
Oct. 25 at the St. Luke's
Episcopal Church, 4362
Lafayette St., Marianna.,
James Matthews has
selected "Back to Rock"
as the theme bf the classi-
cal piano selections he
will perform for the con-
cert, part of the Fine Arts
Series outreach project of
St. Luke's Episcopal
Church in downtown
Marianna.
For two summers,
Matthews ' studied at
Juilliard School of Music
in New York City. This


past summer, he studied Rocky
and taught piano at the Center


Ridge Music
in Colorado. He


Partners for Pets on Parade


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, located at 4011 Maintenance Dr.,
in Marianna.


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information or visit www.partnersfor-
pets.petfinder.com
We are a non-profit, no-kill shelter and
would gratefully appreciate monetary
donations and/or cat litter and bleach.


Hargrove residence. Big
brother, Michael, 4, and big
sister, Katie, 12, assisted
with present opening and
toy assembly.


Roberts turns 2


Blake Ryan Roberts of
Grand Ridge celebrated his
second birthday on Aug.
*29, 2009.
He is the son of Ryan
Roberts and Jennifer
Roberts of Marianna.
Grandparents are
Rhonda and Greg Brown of
Fountain; James and Julie
Condrey of Cottondale;
and Richard and Ellen
Roberts of Grand Ridge.
Great-grandparents are
Richard and Rochelle
Wagner of Marianna; and
Verna Mae Hollister and
the late Dowling Hollister
of Grand Ridge.
A Mickey Mouse-
themed party was held
Aug. 29, at PePe and
NaNa's house, with many


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- Blake Ryan Roberts
friends and family mem-
bers in attendance. They ate
pizza and swam all day.
Later, he opened many gifts
and the children enjoyed
breaking the pinata.


Moffitt cancer researcher

to speak at Chipola College


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
* Dr. Joel Turner, a senior
research scientist in the
experimental therapeutics
program at Moffitt Cancer
Center, will present a pro-
gram to Honors Program stu-
dents at Chipola College on
Wednesday, Oct. 21, at 1
p.m., in Jackson Hall in
Building Z.,
The public is invited to
attend the program -which
will conclude at 10:50 a.m.
Dr. Turner holds a doctor-
ate in cell microbiology and
molecular biology from the
University of South Florida.
He also earned a master's
degree from USF and a B.Sc.
from the University of
Wisconsin.
Dr. Turner has worked in


research for 24 years, and has
five years of teaching experi-
ence. During his career, he
has co-authored 37 scientific
journal articles and created
several scientific patents for
vectors, clones and ballistic
transfection technology.
Dr. Turner has extensive
research experience in
molecular biology, genomics,
cell culture, animal work,
immunology, biochemistry,
protein chemistry immunop-
urification; gene and promot-
er cloning, bisulphite
sequencing, pathology
(necropsy), histology,
microscopy and pharmacolo-
gy.
For information about the
program, contact Honors
adviser Bonnie Smith at 526-
2761, ext. 3247.


Monday
FALL BREAK
NO SCHOOL

Tuesday
FALL BREAK
NO SCHOOL

Wednesday
BREAKFAST
Maple and Brown Sugar
Oatmeal
Applesauce

LUNCH - Elementary
Lasagna
Chicken Nuggets
Green Beans with New
Potatoes
Garlic Bread
Apple Sauce
Assorted Milk

LUNCH - High School
Corn Dog
Baked Beans
Apple Sauce
Assorted Milk

Thursday'
BREAKFAST
Sticky Buns
Banana


LUNCH - Elementary
BARBECUE Chicken
Fish Nuggets
Collard Greens
Cornbread
IBanana
Assorted Milk

LUNCH - High School
BARBECUE Chicken
Collard Greens
Cornbread
Banana
Assorted Milk

Friday
BREAKFAST
Breakfast Burrito
Orange Wedges

LUNCH - Elementary
Sausage Pizza
Hot Ham & Cheese
Peas
Orange Jell-O
Assorted Milk

LUNCH - High School
Chicken Nuggets
New Potatoes w/Green
Beans
Orange Jell-O
Assorted Milk


has won several piano
competitions. He has
toured with rock band,
The Fray. He is a student
of Dr. Josh Martin at
Chipola College.
The whole community
is invited to the concert
and the "Meet the Artist"
reception, which follows.
A one-hour DVD of
Matthews's May, 2009
piano concert at Chipola
College will be on sale for
$15. All proceeds will
benefit the pianist.
Donations will be
accepted for the'Fine Arts
Series. The next concert
- Celtic and Appalachian
musicians - will be
.Jan. 10.

Livestock markets
at a glance -

SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
For the week ended Oct. 15,
at the Florida Livestock
Auctions receipts totaled 8,858,
compared to 10,321 last week,
and 9,757 a year ago.
According to the Florida
Federal-State Livestock Market
News Service, compared to last
week, Slaughter cows and bulls
were steady to 2.00 higher;
feeder steers and heifers were
steady to 2.00 lower.
Feeder Steers: Medi um
and Large Frame No. 1-2
200-300 lbs. 107.00-130.00
300-400 lbs. 95.00-120.00
400-500 Ibs. 85.00-101.00
Feeder Heifers: ' Medium
and Large Frame No. 1-2
200-300 lbs. 87.00-105.00
300-400 lbs. 78.00- 96.00
400-500 lbs. 71.00- 86.00
Slaughter Cows:
Lean: 750-1200 lbs. 85-90
percent 39.00-44.00. -
Slaughter Bulls: Yield Grade
No. 1-2 1000-2100 lbs. 50.00-
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Time to ride the haunted
train at the Veterans
Memorial Railroad in Bristol.
On Friday, Oct. 23,
Saturday, Oct. 24, and
Halloween, Oct 31, haunted
train runs begin at 8 p.m.
EST. Two trains will be run-
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long. Price for the scary ride
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For more information, call
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Covenant Hospice's Murray When growing old,

becomes nurse practitioner do it gracefull
SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN ..........,d oI _'_ ra c efu ly


Toby Murray was recently promoted to
Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioner at
Covenant Hospice in Marianna. Murray
will be responsible for evaluating and
treating patients for optimal management
of their symptoms, and will also provide
education to the community and to the
staff of Covenant Hospice.
During her seven years with Covenant
Hospice, Murray has worked as an admis-
sion nurse, case manager and weekend call
nurse for the not-for-profit organization.
She received her Bachelor of Science and
Nursing from Florida State University, and
her master's in palliative care nursing from
the University of Alabama, which is the
only master's level palliative care nursing
.program in the South. After a few years,
Murray intends to return to school .for her
doctorate.
Covenant Hospice is a not-for-profit
organization providing services to patients
and loved ones during times of life-limit-
ing illnesses.


Toby Murray


Pittman is Pilot
Club guest speaker


BY THOMAS VINCENT
MURPHY
Over the years I have
learned how important it is
to respect the elderly. I
would include our seniors,
but lately I haven't been
able to easily determine by
appearance who is a senior
and who hasn't reached
that pinnacle yet. Well-
maintained individuals can
often extend their youthful-
ness and grow smoothly
into their senior years.
Everyone is headed
toward old age and in this
fast-paced world, time
seems to be moving at a
rapid pace. The atmosphere
and location of where you
reside can have an impor-
tant impact on how fast life
goes by. *
It has been documented
that a quick-paced, rapid-
moving lifestyle like those
in some of our large cities,
or the slow-paced way of
life in small towns and
rural areas, can affect a per-
son's health and longevity.
Some citizens who grew
up listening ,to Elvis
Presley and James Brown,
who were known for their
dancing ability as much as
their singing, are no longer
able to try imitating some
of the dance moves Elvis
and James would display
during their best perform-
ing years. Life. moves on.
If you learn how.to make
positive adjustments as you
grow older, there is no rea-
son to panic over the fact
that you are growing older.
I feel that one of the main
assets an individual can
have is wisdom. It's a sad
fact, but some people do
not learn by their mistakes;
therefore, they are unable
to make a positive influ-
ence on those who are
around them. As the saying
goes, "there is no fool like
an old fool."
One important factor in
growing older is how we
are perceived by' our chil-
dren. If they see us growing
older with grace and digni-
ty, but still having the abili-


ty to maintain our youthful-
ness and a sense of humor,
if will do wonders, for them
as they began to increase.in
age. There is not much
worst than a grumpy old
man or woman.
I have seen how people
who have tried to take care
of an unpleasant person can
be mentally affected in
their own lives. In some
cases the caretakers can
end up exhausted or sick
themselves.
On the other hand, being
around some of our senior
citizens or elderly can be an
enlightening and pleasant
learning experience that
can give you knowledge
and experience that will
help guide you through life.
Some of the warmest,
funny, most interesting
people I have met are in
their latter years of life.
Instead of regretting the
fact that they are in the final
stages of this life, they are
highly thankful that God
has given them a long .life.
In some cases, they were
thankful that God gave
them time to change from a


reckless life of crazy fool-
ishness to a pleasant life of
self-content.
When you think of how
many of our citizens have
left us at young ages
because of drugs, crime,
bad decisions and sickness,
you can understand the
thankfulness of many
members of our older pop-
ulation.
It is very important that
we teach our children and
young people the value of
using their time Wisely.
There is nothing wrong
with youth spending posi-
tive time with their peers,
enjoying computer games,
attending sporting events or
just having good clean fun;
after all, that's what being
young is all about.
My concern is that when
we do anything in excess, it
can take away from the
time that could be used
more wisely to better our
lives. I hope that as you
were getting older while
reading this column, you
were able to find something
positive as you begin the
future "time" in your life.


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Dorothy Chaney, left, and Pilot
Club of Marianna Inc. President
Judy Lanier, right, welcome Trish
Pittman, guest speaker for the
club's most recent program
meeting. Pittman discussed the
importance of having annual
check-up/testing to help prevent
breast cancer. - Contributed
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Jackson

County

Life.Policy
* Birthdays - photo-
graphs with copy are free
for children 12 years old
and under and adults 90
years old and above. There
are no exceptions
All other birthdays,
including those sigmfying
special birthdays such as
40th or 50th , must run as
paid advertisements.
* Weddings - $35 for
the first 250 words. $20 for
an additional 150 words.
One photo is allowed per
wedding.
* Engagements - $35
for the first 250 words. $20
for an additional 150 word,.
One photo is allowed per
engagement.
* Anniversaries - Free
for the 50th, 75th and any
anniversaries' abote 75.
Anniversaries in this cate-
gory may include up to two
photos - an early years of
marriage photo and a pres-
ent-day picture
Anniversaries that do not
meet the requirements for
free placement cost $35 for
the first 250 words and ma.,
include one photo. A sec-
ond photo will cost an addi-
tional $20 Also, a charge of
$20 idll be added for each
additional 150 words.
Deadline for Sunday is
Wednesday at noon. Send
submissions to
editonal @jcfloridan.com.
or mail them to P.O. Box
520, Mananna, FL, 32447
The Jackson County
Floridan reserves the right
to edit all advertising and
news content submitted for
publication.
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Jackson County Life by
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Cub Scouts from Pack 300 Den 007 recently visited Marianna Fire Department
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ty/prevention program for the Scouts. Pictured are, from left,',front row, Riley
Arunakul, Caleb Oswald, Clayton Williams, Cameron Porter, Gage Sellers,
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Tuta named Optimist of the Year


BY SHELIA MADER
FLORIDAN CORRESPONDENT
Dr. Plinio Tuta has been
awarded Optimist of the
Year Award by the'
Marianna Optimist Club.
Dr. Tuta is well-known
throughout the area for his
work with youth.
Tuta is a five-year mem-
.ber of the Marianna
Optimist Club and has been
instrumental in organizing
several, youth programs
sponsored by the Marianna
Optimist.
The Optimist Youth
Bowling program is
approximately three
months long and has
approximately 30 partici-
pants. Bowling runs.
November through
January, providing an
indoor activity during cold-
er weather. The program
culminates with a tourna-
ment, where teams are
formed and prizes awarded
for the top team as well as
the top individual bowlers.
According to Tuta, this
program benefits many of
the area youth who other-
wise would have no intrd-


duction to bowling. Kindell
Lanes co-sponsors this pro-
gram, allowing the use of
their facility for the one day
a week activity.
The Optimist Youth Golf
program has been a huge
success under Tuta's lead-
ership. Twenty-eight
golfers have participated in
this program with five of
those earning a spot at the
Optimist state level compe-
tition.
Indians Springs Golf
Course allows the use! of
their facility at a reduced
cost to the Optimist. Golf is
year round, weather per-
mitting, on Wednesdays
from February through
October.
Chess is a year-round
activity provided by the
Optimist Club, instituted
by Dr. Tuta four years ago.
The Optimist Youth Chess
Club meets on Friday
nights at the First United
Methodist Church.
Approximately 60 youths
participate in this program.
Throughout the year, tour-
naments are held with
prizes going to the champi-
ons.


Youth tennis is another
year round program
brought to the area by Tuta.
Twenty-four participants
are giving instruction on
tennis techniques on
Tuesday afternoons at the
Chipola College tennis
courts.
The area youth soccer
program is the largest pro-
gram Tuta works with
through the Optimist Club.
The Marianna Optimist,
under Tuta's leadership
holds soccer camps in the
summer as well as trains
coaches and referees for the
Marianna ' Recreation
Department's soccer pro-
gram.
Tuta serves on the board
for the Optimist's Take
Stock in Children, Lighten
the Way scholarship pro-
gram. This year the Club
awarded ten scholarships in
Jackson County for gradu-
ating seniors.
Tuta also does volunteer
work outside the Optimist
Club. He presently serves
as the :Mental Health
Director for the Emergency
Response Team in Jackson
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Jackson County, Florida, by and through its Board of
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Board of County Commissioners
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als submitted to the com-
munity development
department.
The county commission
also reappointed several
members of the advisory
- - - - construction board.
*- - Returning, to the body ,are
Thomas Hutchison, Joseph
Alday, Ricky Spears and
- * Todd Woodall. A new mem-
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appointed , for a three-year
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would then get'a chance to
do the work.
Melvin Engineering was
top-ranked for both side-
walk, projects, one on
Caverns Road and the other
on River Forest Road.
PBS&J took the top posi-
tion for the pedestrian
improvements along U.S.
Highway 90.
Commissioners also
voted to seek bids for possi- ,
bly paving parts of Brushy


Pond and Sanai roads, and
resurfacing Milton Avenue
from U.S. 90 to Penn
Avenue.
The commission also
approved the use of District
4 discretionary funds to,
resurface Main Street in
Cypress.
The funds, up to $50,000,
will come out of
Commissioner Jeremy
Branch's share of. discre-
tionary monies.


M music Continued From Page 1A


town's regular council meeting,
Green presented a draft of the ordi-
nance.
The proposed ordinance bans
"amplified live music" at any estab-
lishment serving alcohol.
"That is the least restrictive that
may correct it," Green said.
Some council members want to
make sure the ordinance will be
enforceable.
As the town has grappled with the
issue, which including passing a
noise ordinance, council members
were told by Green the state attor-
ney's office would not prosecute any
municipal ordinance violations.
Council members asked why.
At Tuesday's meeting,. Jackson
County Chief Assistant State
Attorney Greg Wilson explained.
"The state attorney's office handles
all criminal cases," Wilson said.
A municipal ordinance violation is


not considered a criminal offense. For
any prosecution of an ordinance vio-
lation, the municipality would have to
provide attorneys and cover all court
costs,
Wilson stated many ordinances are
based on state statues and violators
'can be prosecuted using the state stat-
ue. Some had hoped this avenue
would provide relief from the noise
problem, by prosecuting for disturb-
ing the peace. Wilson explained that
since it was a business, noise does not
constitute a breach of peace.'
"It is too broad and can be enforced
arbitrarily," Wilson said.
Wilson said the town did have
options. The town could pass an ordi-
nance like the one it is now consider-
ing. The town could then contract
with the state attorney's office, which
would handle prosecutions, at a
charge of $50 an hour. Wilson said
many municipalities, including


Panama City, have chosen this option.
"We would be happy to be at your
disposal," Wilson said.
Green urged the town to approve a
contract with the state attorney's
office.
"It is a whole lot cheaper than I
charge. It is a good deal. I think we,
should try it. If we don't like it then.
we can terminate it," Green said.
Council members agreed. Wilson
said the contract would start immedi-
ately, buit the state attorney's office
would have to review all existing
town ordinances to ensure they meet
constitutional muster and are enforce-
able.
As for the entertainment ordinance,
the town will have a public hearing
on it next month. Council members
have previous stated they hope they
don't have to enforce the ordinance,
but need a tool in case the noise prob-
lem continues.
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OBITUARIES
Lanier-Andler She died October 16, 2009,
Funeral Home in Tallahassee.
8261 Highway 90 She was the oldest of six
Sneads, FL 32460 children born to the Rev.
(850) 593-9900 . Cicero Jiles and Mrs. Julia
Russell Morrison Buttram.
~Betty Spears She was proceeded in
ei y Sper death by her parents, and
Brock all of her siblings: sister
.Faye Eason Buttram Law-
Betty Spears Brock, 85, rence, and brothers Wayne.
born Jan. 1, 1924, in Morrison, Glenn McMurry,
Wakulla County, passed Worth Jiles and Thomas
away Friday, Oct. 16, 2009, Gilmer . ' ,
in Tallahassee, after a Blanche is survived by
lengthy illness, sister-in-law . Mildred
She was a retired, self- Buttram of- Indianapolis,
employed beautician and IN, knd numerous nieces
had resided in Jackson and nephews. Miss
County most of her life. Buttram was capably and
Betty was a charter mem- devotedly armed f by her
ber of the Victory Baptist niece, Julie Carol (Mrs.
Church in Sneads. Scott) Gaby and her family
The memorial service of Crawfordville, for the
will be Tuesday,: Oct. 20, 4 last fewyears.
p.m. at the Victory Baptist As te, daughter of a
Church, 2271 River Road, Methodist minister, Aunt
Sneads, 593-6699, the Rev . Blanche mpved ofen in
David Pipping officiating. er formative yeats She
Mrs. Brock is survived by was a longtime resident of
her two daughters, Jeannie Ma.iaina. A and a lfetime
Brock Taylor and husband Meuhodist. Aunt Blanche
Robert, of St. Teresa, and taughtpiano lessons for
Patricia Brock .Haslam of. many years. She so enjoed
Tallahassee'; one brother, singing in the choir of the
Tallahassee; o .hr, Marianna First Methodist
Ernest Spears of Spring huMariannatFir Methodist
Hill; one sister, Edna Wil- Church. Aunt Blanche will
son, also of Spring Hill; six be fondly remembered for
grandchildren, Jack B. Tay- herunique personality, her
lor, Paul Moore Jr., Thomas. newsy letters, and for her
Byrd Taylor, Robert F. Tay- love of music, flowers,
lor; Man Vanlandingham church activities, cats and
and Stacey McKnight; sev- her family.
. d , 'The funeralwillbe at the
en great-grandchildren, First United Methodist
Tabitha and Heather Church in Marianna, Tues-
Couch, Amanda and Pat-
rick Vanlandingham, Bryce day, Oct 20, at 11 am. Bur-
,and Logan Haupt and Tyler ,al ,will follow in the
"Kade Moore. . Hopewell Cemetery, near
The family wishes to n lieu oralaA wers memo-
thank Big Bend Hospice for rials can lieu of flowers, memo-
their tremendous support. Hopewellals can bemadetery Futondthe
Those wishing may make Hopewell Cemetery Fund,
contributions to Big Bend 14066 Old Farm Road,
Hospice, 1723 Mahan Cen- Florala, AL 36442,. Atm:
ter Blvd., Tallahassee; FL Mrs. JoAnne Carpenter; or
32308. . to Chipola Apartments,
Mrs. Brock was preceded 4401 Constitution Lane,
in death by her husband, Marianna, FL32446.
Hubert F. Brock; and two The family will receive
daughters, Kelly Ij. Carter - oF st. t
daughters, Kelly* D. Carter friends one' hour prior to
and Kasey Leah Moore. serve a the First nit
Lanier-Andler Funeral Methodist Church.


Home ot bneads is in
charge of arrangements.
James & Sikes Funeral
Home - Maddox Chapel
4278 Lafayette St.
Marianna, FL 32446
850-482-2332
www.jarmesandsikes
funeralhome.com

Blanche
Livingstone
Buttram

Blanche Livingstone
"Aunt Blanche" Buttram
was born June 9, 1915, in
Titus, Elmore County, AL.


James.& Sikes Funeral
Home - Maddox Chapel
4278 Lafayette St.
Marianna, FL 32446
850-482-2332
www.jamesandsikes
funeralhome.com

Willie Spate

The graveside service for
Willie Spate, 62, of Marian-'
na will be Tuesday, Oct.' 20,
10 a.m. at Riverside Certe-
tery, with Jack Howell offi-
ciating. James & Sikes Fu-
neral Home Maddox Chap-
el will direct.


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Pirates blank Vernon 12-0

to improve to 4-1 in district


BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR
SNEADS - The Sneads
'Pirates got two touchdowns from
Mark Lawson and a dominant
defensive effort to blank Vernon
12-0 Friday night.
The win puts the Pirates at 4-1
in district play, and in the thick of
the race for the district title.
"That's something we haven't
been in a long time around here,"
Sneads coach Don Dowling said
of his team's league mark.
The Pirates did it with defense
Friday night, dealing the
Yellowjackets their first shutout
of the season and holding them to
just 136 yards of offense for the
game. Vernon was averaging
25.5 points per game coming in,
but the Pirates' defense kept the
Yellowjackets' spread attack in
check all hight.
"The defense played great all
night," Dowling said. "They real-'
ly kept them under wraps.
The Sneads offense had trouble
clicking in the first half as well,
but, scored touchdowns on the
first two drives of the second half
to break it open.
"Offensively, we shot our-
selves in the foot a couple of


times, but we were able to make
some plays when we had to down
the stretch," Dowling said.
The Pirates got the ball to start
the second half at their own 34-
yard line and found the endzone
in just six plays.,
.An 18-yard run by Jamar
White and a 30-yarder from Jeff
Davis set up Lawson's 3-yard TD
run for 'the first score of the
game, with 8:50 left in the third.
Terrance Pittman got the ball
back for his team with an inter-
ception of Vernon's Dylan Lee
and a 25-yard return to the
Yellowjackets' 44-yard line.
Davis converted a 4th-and-6
with a 7-yard run, and& Lawson
converted a 4th-and-5 with a 12-
yard TD run with 1:54 left in the
third.
Lawson finished the game with
150 yards on 25 carries.
Vernon caught a break. to start
the fourth quarter, when, Davis
shanked apunt under heavy pres-
sure, to give the Yellowjackets
the ball at the Sneads 47 with
11:43 to play. ,
Vernon drove down to the
Pirates' 16-yard line, but the
Sneads defense held strong, stop-
ping a Lee pass to Shaquille
PoWell 2 yards short of the first


Sneads' Mark Lawson is tackled by a Vernon player during a district game Friday night in ,Sneads.
The Pirates won the game 12-0 to improve ,to 4-1 in the district. -Mark Skinner/Floridan


down with 7:25 to play.
It was the first moment qf trep-
idation for the Sneads side, but'
Dowling said his team doesn't
seem to be affected by adversity.
"They just bounce back," the
coach said. "That stuff doesn't


bother, them. This bunch keeps
playing. They prove that again
and again."
Dowling said, his team was
encouraged at halftime despite
having a Lawson TD taken away
by a penalty right before the half.


"I told them at halftime that
we've got them in our briar
patch," he said. "We're a second
half team lately . I told them if we
make the plays we're supposed to
make, the % inning and losing
will take care of itself."


Liberty County rolls to 35-16 win
y ,s ',,"5,o�'


BY lUSTIN KENT
FIORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR "They vrettv much,-*-


The Liberty County
Bulldogs jumped out to a 21-
0 lead, and cruised to a 35-16
victory over Graceville
Friday night in Bristol.,
Liberty County improved
to 5-1 with the victory, while
the Tigers fell to 1-5.
The, Bulldogs used their'
physical offensive line 'and
dangerous option attack to
roll down the field for three
scores to start the game.,
' The Tigers answered in the
second period with a 20-yard
touchdown pass from Jacky
Miles to Chris Works.
Miles converted the 'two.-
point play to cut the deficit to
21-8. However, Liberty
County answered back with
another touchdown to take a
28-8 advantage into the sec-
ond half.
Graceville cut into the lead
again .in the second half.
Another long pass from Miles
. to Works set up a 12-yard
rushing touchdown by Miles,
who converted the two-point


mashed us in the
first quarter."
---Todd Wertenberger,
Graceville coach

pla) again to make it 28-16.
SThe Bulldogs had the
answer again with another TD
to put the game out of rdach.
Graceville coach Todd
Wertenberger said , the
Bulldogs offense set the tone
for the game in the first half.,
"They pretty much mashed
us in the first quarter."ithe
coach said. "After that, -we
started to pla. a little bit."
Grace% tlle outscored
Liberty Count\ 16-14 after
the disastrous- start to the
game. but the hole x as far too
deep against a talented
Bulldogs team.
"It \%%as a challenge (to
defend Liberty County "
,Wertenberger said. "Their
,offensive line really. gets off
the ball quick, and the\ kind


W6f took' it to us.
"They did'"'~ I t"?eally any
big plays. Except for one long
run, they just pounded us for
3-4 yards atia time and kept
getting first'dowvns. They're a
goQdofferisive team, and very
hard to stop."
The..-igers' -offense. ho%%-
ever,. waSh"t' .able sustain
drihes for most of the night.
"For whatever reason, our
offensive line didn't block
well at all," Wertenberger
said. .. "'Liberty . County
defenders) were petting off
our blocks. They. were a lot
smaller than us on the defen-.
sive front, but they made us
look bad."
The road doesn't get� any
easier for the Tigers, who stay
on the road next week to face
an explosive , Jefferson
County team in a district
game that could determine
who gets the second playoff
spot in District 1-lB.
"We have to beat Jefferson
if we want to make the play-
offs',. Wertinberget said. "or
else we'll be just playing for
pride."


Bulldogs deal Blountstown first loss 42-24


BY DUSTIN KENT .
FLC.IJI.,.r., rOjT. EDITOR.,
The Marianna Bulldogs bounced'
back from a pair of lopsided road
losses, with a 42-24 victory Friday
night over the home-standing
Blountstown Tigers.
With the win, Marianna improved
to 4-3 on the season. Blountstown
suffered its first loss of the season to
fall to 5-1.
The Bulldogs got a big night from
sophomore fullback Chris Bowers,
who filled in for starter Marjean
Dean after he left the game with an
injury.
Bowers kept the Marianna
offense rolling with 110 rushing
yards on 12 carries and two touch-
down runs.
The Bulldogs also got two touch-
down runs from quarterback Fidel
Montgomery, who also found the
endzone with a 65-yard fumble
recovery for a score in the first half.
Marianna exploded early in the


game, jumping out to a 28-0 lead.
Tre Jackson scored on an 18-yard
run fdr the Bulldogs' first score of
the game. with Montgomery's fum-
ble return TD putting NMarianna up
14-0. ,
Montgomery added TD runs from
1 and 8 yards out in the second peri-
od to give the, Bulldogs a four-TD
advantage.
Blountstown finally got on the
board in the closing seconds of the
first half, with a 3-yard TD pass
from PJ Buggs to Leon Broxton.
, Jawon Mosley got the Tigers on
the board early in the third quarter
with an 8-yard TD run to cut the
lead to 28-12.
The Bulldogs got the answer they
were looking for with 2:26 left in
the third period, when Bowers took
a.hand-off and scampered 32 yards.
for another TD.
The extra point by Ryan Rudd
made it 35-12 Marianna heading
into the fourth quarter.
Blountsfown was not done, how-


ever. Princeton Grant scored on a
45-yard run to bring the Tigers to
within 17 at 35-18.
The Tigers got on the board again
with 6:56 left in the game when
Broxton scored from 3 yards out to
make it 35-24.
The Bulldogs took over their next
'possession at their own 20-yard line
with.6:54 to go and needing a long
drive to salt the game away.
Marianna got just that. running
nearly five minutes of clock time
down, with Bowers paying ,ff the
drive from 5 yards out.
The Bulldogs finished the game
with 317 rushing yards, and the
Marianna defense held Blountstown
to just 230 yards total offense.
Montgomery finished with 51
yards rushing for the night, while
Jackson gaining 74 'sards on 11 car-
ries, and RJ Bowers 45 yards on six
carries.
Broxton led Blountstown with 90
yards rushing on 12 carries and a
touchdown.


Marianna quarterback Fidel Montgomery fakes a handoff
during a game earlier this season..The Bulldogs defeated
Blountstown 42-24 Friday night in Blountstown. -
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Bullpups overcome


errors, top Wakulla


CHIPOLA LITTLE
INDIANS
Chipola Men's
Basketball invites boys
and girls in grades 1-8 to
join the Little Indians.
Participants will learn
fundamental skills, ball
handling, shooting, pass-
ing 'and teamrwdrk
through drills and con-
tests led by Chipola
coaches and players.
The first session is set
for Tuesday from, 6:30
p.m. to 7:30 p..m. Other
practice sessions are:
Oct: 31, from. 8:30 a.m.
td 9:30 a.mn., and Nov.
10, from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Little Indians and all
children are invited to a
free Haunted Hoops,
event at 4 p.m. on Oct.
31.
Little Indians will per-
form during halftime of a
Chipola Indians 4ame.
The $50 membership fee'
includes two free tickets
to all home games, a
Chipola basketball t-shirt
and a DVD of the half-'
time performance.
Fdo information, call
assistant coach Brian
Steenhoek ot 850-718-
2378, or e-mail: steen-
hoekb@chipola.edu
Recreation Football
Marianna Recreation,
Department will offer
two . tackle football
leagues and one, boys'
flag football league, and
will offer girls the oppor-
turiity 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
Marianfia 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 beheld at the MERE
from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. on
Oct. 19 and 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 will be the
player's age for the entire
season.
Anyone interested in
coaching or officiating
youth football please
contact the Marianna
Recreation Department
at 850-482-6228 or come
by during registration.
Golf Tournament
The 17th Annual
Marianna Altrusa Club
Golf Tournament will be
held Oct. 23 at Indian
Springs Golf Course.
Registration will be at
12 p.m. with lunch pro-
vided, a four-person
scramble, modified
handicap for 18 holes.-
Cost is $65 per person.
Proceeds from the tour-
nament endow Club
projects such as "Coats
For Kids," "Christmas
for Families," and
Chipola College nursing
scholarships. For more
info, contact Jay James at
526-3197 or Kathy
Milton at 482-7788.
Golf Tournament
Marianna Optimist
Youth, Program will be
hosting a golf tourna-
ment Oct .24 at Indian
Springs Golf Course.
Tee time is 1 p.m. The
tourney is,for ages 7-18
only.. All interested
should call Dr: Plinio
Tuta at 850-557-3481.
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 at 3625
Caverns , Rd. in
Marianna. The registra-
tion fee of $350 is due
before the first contest.


The league will play a
10-game schedule with
play starting in
November. There will be
a managers/organi zation-
al meeting on Oct. 29 at
6 p.m. at the MERE
Complex. For more info,
please contact the MERE
at 850-482-6228.
Sports Items
Send all sports items to
editorial @jcfloridan. co
in or fax them to 482-
4478. The mailing
address for the paper is
Jackson County Floridan
P.O. Be,% '70 Marianna,
Fla. 32447..


By DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORrTS EL)ITOR
The Marianna Middle School
Bullpups overcame a sloppy per-
formance Thursday night to take a
28-8 victory over Wakulla at
Bulldog Stadium.
The Bullpups (6-0) won despite
six turnovers - five fumbles and
an interception - on the strength
of 320 rushing yards and another
dominant defensive effort.
MMS got touchdown runs of 32
yards from Shaundre McAroy, and
15 yards from Jock Wooden in the
second quarter to take the early
lead.
* Wooden converted both two-
point plays for a 16-0 halftime
advantage.
The Bullpups extended the
advantage with two more scores in
'the third period.
Derrick Knowles scored from 19
yards on MMS' second possession
of the half. McAroy added a 65-
yard TD run later to take a 28-0
edge.
McAroy led the Billpups, with
155 rushing yards on nine carries,
while Wooden added 102 yards on
nine rushes.
Knowles rushed for 54 yards on
six carries.
In a season of consistently sharp
performances, this was an unusual-
ly uneven effort for the Bullpups..


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However, MMS coach Hunter
Nolen said he was proud of the
way his team persevered.
"We just came out a little flat,"
the coach said. "It was, the first
time we were on the radio, so I
don't know if we got a little scared.
We just didn't play that.good.
"But we battled back and picked
up a victory" We still beat a good
football team." /
Nolen said he was most
impressed with his team's mniood-
after the game, which was atypical
for most teams coming off of a 20-,
point win.
"They were still upset with how
they performed, and that shows-a
lot of character," the coach said,
"They want to improve, which is
always a good sign."
While the Bullpups' offense had
. its' share of ups and downs, the
defense was as dominant as usual,
limiting WAkulla to just 133 total
yards.
"The defense has always been
there and played pretty good,"
Nolen said. "They were.real solid
again (Thursday night)."
The Bullpups were coming off
of an emotional victory over
. Riversprings Oct. 6, and Nolen
said he was concerned coming into
Thursday night's game about a
hangover.
"We were trying not to let down
from the big win over


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game 28-8. - Mark Skinner/Floridan


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came out ready to play," the coach
said. "1 take my hat off to them."
The Bullpups have a short week
before their next game against
Florida High Tuesday in
Tallahassee at 6 p.m. local time.
The game will be broadcast -on


94. 1 FM, and it can also be found
on the Internet at www.wtys.cc.
After Tuesday's game, the
Bullpups will play a bowl game
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Taylor County and Jefferson
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Stuck in the middle of muck


Whether one thinks deep
thoughts and contemplates tho
meaning of life
in Georgia,
Florida, or
Alabama, one of'
the best places
in the whole
world to think
and contemplate
is the middle of
a cypress pond. I
once stood in
the middle of BobKornegay
such a waterwayBobKornegay
and contemplated life and other
things for the better part of 45
minutes.
Why, you .may ask, was I
standing for what seems an inor-
dinate amount of time in the mid-
dle of a cypress pond? Easy. I
was mired to my knees in bottom
muck and mud and, thus, could-
n't move a single lick.
Why was I stuck there, immo-
bilized, for three quarters of an
hour? Simple. My two "friends"
in the boat purposefully and


mirthfully waited that long
before deciding to paddle over
and unplug me.
Among the things one thinks
about while stuck in a cypress
pond are water moccasins, alliga-
tors, water-borne diseases, and
quicksand.
On this occasion, alligators
were uppermost in my thoughts,
as I could see one measuring
upward of 90 feet in length cruis-
ing back and forth across the sur-
face some 40 yards distant. I did
not see any snakes, quicksand, or
debilitating microbes, which fact
lent itself to another round of
serious thinking, not to mention
some very creative and sinister
imagining.
While stuck in my cypress-
pond quagmire watching alliga-
tors, fearing amoebas, and
cussing my buddies, I also found
time to give thought to being
stuck in general. You see, I've
been stuck a lot, many times and
in many places.
Once, on Apalachicola Bay,


Cletus Monroe and I became so
involved shooting ducks that we
failed to pay any attention to the
receding tide. As a result, we
wound up stuck in a much-too-
heavy-to-drag boat on a muddy
bar with no help within hollering
distance. Actually, we were so
remotely located I'm not sure we
would've showed up on radar.
Now, it's bad enough to be
stranded anywhere with Cletus.
The man's ability to make scintil-
lating, intellectual conversation
ranks right up there with my own
skill in the design and develop-
ment of jet aircraft. Worse, a big
black thunderstorm on
Apalachicola Bay is not exactly
my idea of a good time, especial-
ly at low tide with nowhere to go.
In contrast, and unbelievably,
I've also been stuck on a North
Georgia mountaintop. The
wheels of my pickup truck spun
through a sparse layer of earth
down to a glass-slick layer of wet
granite. Getting out to chock my
tires, I inadvertently locked the


cab, keys inside. I spent that night
in the open truck bed. The fact I
was parked within easy viewing
distance of the "Warning: Bears"
sign made for a very long
evening. So much for 4-wheel
drive and that ridiculous "go-any-
where" myth.
Another time, during a deer
hunt, I got stuck in my assigned
tree stand. Well, actually, I never
made it into the stand. It was one
of those good-ol'-boy-engineered
jobs whose builder was either
part monkey or way yonder ine-
briated during construction. The
stand's "ladder" consisted of
spikes and boards that wound up,
over, and around the trunk and
limbs of a venerable old live oak
that grew on the edge of a pictur-
esque (and deep) wooded ravine.
When a man who can't climb a
backyard mimosa tree finds him-
self hanging upside down from
an oak bough holding on with
one hand and a hooked-over leg,
he's stuck, pal. Bad stuck. I
quickly understood why I was


earlier told by my host, "It's the
best stand on the whole lease,
Bob. Hardly anyone ever hunts
from it."
On a night-fishing trip to the
George W. Andrews Dam on the
Chattahoochee River many years
ago, my foot slipped on the wet
granite rip-rap and I found
myself caught like a raccoon in a
#2 steel trap. I couldn't see the
dead carp a couple of feet away,
but my nose told me in no uncer-
tain terms it was there. Like many
a desperate trapped animal, I
might have gnawed off my foot to
escape had I not been so weak
from nausea.
In my day, I've been stuck
practically everywhere; in mud,
briars, sand, and the occasional
outdoor toilet (don't ask). Worst
of all, I once missed a big once-
in-a-lifetime fishing trip because
I was stuck with taking my moth-
er and grandmother to a ballet.
Thinking on that, alligators,
bears, Cletus Monroe, and rotten
carp don't seem so bad after all.


Floridan'
LAKE SEMINOLE -
Though impossible now to
predict exactly how the
recent frontal passage and
new-water influx will
affect the fishing, bass fish-
ing has been good of late. If
water temperatures remain
in the 70s, the'topwater bite
may remain strong during
the morning hours. As
water temperatures fluctu-
ate slowly, this activity
might remain in effect for a
time yet. The biggest vari-
able is likely to be the
wind. Topwater tactics will
prove less effective during
sunny conditions. After
sunup, try Texas rig worms
and suspending jerkbaits
along the deeper grasslines.
Crappie fishing remains
poor to fair along the mod-
erately deep ledges. Also
look for fish in stump fields
at 8 to 12 feet and use live
minnows. Catfishing has
tailed off drastically, as has
the hybrid activity. Bream
are very slow as well.
LAKE EUFAULA -
Bass have continued to bite
fairly well. Again, though,
the recent weather pattern
may or may not have a
detrimental effect over the
next several days. Shallow-
water baits have been espe-
cially effective on the north
end of the lake. Though the


weekly fishing report for local lakes, rivers


shallow bite is most consis-
tent right now, the ledges
are still the best bet later in
the day.' Use deep
crankbaits and Carolina-
rigs there. As is typical this
time of year, fish are in
transition. Try a variety of
methods and techniques. If
topwater action begins
slow, don't waste your
time. Go immediately ,to
the ledges. Crappie fishing
is fair for some, but very
poor for most right now.
Bream fishing, even for the
smaller individuals so
active last week, has tailed
off considerably. Hybrids
remain very slow and cat-
fishing is producing few
positive reports.
L ' A K E
ANDREWS/CHATTA-
HOOCHEE RIVER -
Catfishing conditions
should remain good over-
all, but high water is likely
to be a detrimental factor.
* Tailwater currents will
make the fishing there
more difficult for awhile,
but it may be possible to
catch reasonable numbers
of pin-size cats near creek
mouths in areas where the
water is not too stained.
Worms and prepared baits
should be the best choices.
Up-the-creeks fishing
and drift-fishing for bream


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were still fair during the
middle of last week, but
don't expect much in the
way of panfishing right
now as the water rises and
the temperature drops. .


Bass are slow. Some may
be caught in the creeks on
worms and shallow
.crankbaits, but they are hit-
and-miss at best. Bass fish-
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over the next few days.
Crappies are very slow.
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4B - Sunday, October 18, 2009 * Jackson County Floridan


HUNTING


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Safety a high priority this season


BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR

With hunting technology
becoming more sophisticated
with each passing season, it was
inevitable that the focus of such
advancements would gear
towards hunter safety.
Products designed to make one
of the South's favorite pastimes a
less risky endeavor are becoming
increasingly popular with local
hunters, according to one local
merchant.
David Castleberry, who runs
the Archery Pro Shop at
McCoy's Food Mart, said that he
has found that customers have
shown a growing interest in safe-
ty products while preparing for
the upcoming hunting season.
"People in the past really
weren't that safety-conscious,"
he said. "Now, they're paying
much more attention safety than
ever before, which is a good
thing."
Among the products popular
with those hunters valuing their
safety is the Rescue One Control
Descent System.
The Rescue One is designed to
eliminate falls from tree stands
that could result in serious trau-
ma or death.
It also purports to prevent
deaths that result from suspen-
sion trauma, or "harness hang


syndrome," which is an effect
which occurs when the human
body is held upright without any
movement for a period of time,
such as when a hunter is helpless-
ly hanging from a tree stand.
The Rescue One's harness sys-
tem is designed to allow hunters
to safely lower themselves to the
ground without injury after a fall.
The Suspension Relief Strap,
which allows hunters to relieve
the pressure on the legs and allow
the blood to flow' after a fall, is
easily reached on the Rescue One
and already connected at one end
so it is quickly attached to the
opposite D-ring without a worry
of dropping it.
Once the hunter has regained
their composure, they can
attempt to return to their stand.
If that isn't possible, they can
pull the lanyard on the shoulder
to control their descent to the
ground.
Castleberry said that he has
found himself in need of such
technology on multiple occa-
sions.
"I've fallen from a deer stafid
myself from about 18 feet up," he
said. "You're lucky if that hap-
pens and you don't get killed.
People used to just climb a home-
made deer stand.
"Now, you have to put safety
first. Life is too important not to."
A product designed to make


the ascent to the tree stand safer
is the Millennium M-100 Hang-
On Tree Stand.
The M-100 uses a cam-lock
system, in which hunters can
hang cam-lock receivers on to
trees they want to hunt from, then
slip the hunter's seat fitting into
the receiver and ascend to pre-
ferred hunting spot.
The Secure Receiver Chain
with the cam-lock system makes
the stand safe and secured to any
location without penetrating or
damaging the tree.
The M-100 is one of the more
expensive hunting products on
the market, but Castleberry said
it's still drawing a lot of interest.
"People are going the extra
mile for safety," he said.
For those hunters unable or
uncomfortable with hunting from
a deer stand, Castleberry said that
the Double Bull Archery Blind
has been very popular.
The blind serves as a conceal-
ment unit that can be set up on
the ground within a matter of
minutes, and features shooting
pprts for the hunter to take aim.
"After my dad had a stroke,"
Castleberry said, "he's hunted
out of a ground blind successful-
ly. It's also kid-friendly. Archers
who have limited mobility can
still enjoy archery without a deer
stand."


McCoy's Archery Pro Shop employees Chase Tindall (left) and
Mark Barbee hold the Rescue One Control Descent System, which
is designed to eliminate dangerous falls from tree stands during a
hunt. - Mark Skinner/Floridan


Hunting season dates for the 2009-10 season


Season Northwest Zone Central Zdne
Archery Oct. 17-Nov. 15 Sept. 26-Oct. 25
Deer-dog training Oct. 31-Nov. 19 Oct. 3-22
Crossbow Nov. 30-Dec. 6 Oct. 26-30
Muzzleloading gun Nov. 20-22 and Oct. 31-Nov. 8
Feb. 18-28, 2010
General gun Nov. 26-29 and Nov. 14-Jan. 24
Dec. 12-Feb. 17, 2010
Antlerless deer Dec. 19-25 Nov. 21-27
Fall turkey* Nov. 26-29 and Nov.. 14-Jan. 10, 2010'
Dec. 12- Jan. 17, 2010
Quail and gray squirrel Nov. 14-March 7, 2010 Nov. 1-March 7, 2010
Bobcat and otter Dec. 1-March 1, 2010 Dec. 1-March 1, 2010
Spring turkey** March 20 - April 25, 2010 March 20-April 25, 2010


South Zone
Sept. 12-Oct. 11
Oct. 3-22
Oct. 12-16
Oct. 17-25


Oct. 31-Jan. 10, 2010
Nov. 7-13
Nov. 14-Jan. 10, 2010
Nov. 14-March 7, 2010
Dec. 1-March 1, 2010
March 6-April 11, 2010


Wild hogs, rabbits, raccoons, opossums, skunks, nutrias, beavers and coyotes may be taken year-round.
* No fall harvest of turkeys allowed in Holmes County.
** Spring turkey season is limited to March 20 - April 4, 2010 in Holmes County.



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The course will be at
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hsekpg/cooking.850- research or breeding pur Personnel BAKER COUNTY GA $600, o, $400 dep. Ban an d 15
592-7253/693-6517 poses. Please screen re- Resources 133/ac @ 2250 per ac rooms aths m 8504823182 3Brannon Stand Rd, Sac. wooded w/lrg
Foundand receiver for FrontageCall Owner 34-714-186 2/1 furn MH CH/A Moble Homes lot sunroom ul homesite. Already
S@ 47734770 BR/1.5BA, Very nice c. 5. 850- 638nR (334)677 -3308 1500 ft. of wooden
Found M puppy cry- tsouny areaLocated on Noland 4620/6386405 fence across front.
ing in rain. Needs Da and Niht Wanted To Buy: street in Marianna. Monthly rentals FOR RENT 5100 s ft 2BR/1BA Newl Good hunting. $310K.
good home.850-592 Free kittens Itr box shi fts available Pine & Hardwood Kitchen appliances 2/1 Located btwn GR avail. Complete rent- bldg Retail, $1700/ remodeled n Grandw 334-726-3677
trnd weaned 850 wth greatly Pulpwood o Los clouded $700/mo & Sneads wate & al appl@ Arrowhead d 4 rafetta e de e
SSouthern Tmber rst and last Secur garbncl $300/mo Camp Ste 850- 482 co
5 8 6834 Drug Screen s Company deposit Yr lease 850 573 0308. 5583 ask for Casse St 850-526 3330 age ncl $35K 850- Jackson County
Dogs - required. Ozark: and references re- 573 0598 757 acres @$1500/ac
Dogs re i 334-774-5431 quired No smoking. /2,3 miles from RoomsforRent StoresforLease Near Compass Lae
white/brindle, last applicants 7ra CHA, AppI. &rceiOinDNie 80ACREeS
LOST: F Bull Terrier, IQ ualified Eufaula: No pets. Avail. Octo- Mar. very clean, RoofrRa n/ B . H ousena Nice Timber Creeks
white/brindle, last plants should 334-687-2339 ber 1st. Call (850) family of 2, $500 mo Downtown Lafayette Asp. n Rolling Hills, No
seen on Hwy 71 S. AKC Basset Hound ctact 59o4-7525 between 850-209-8947/482- 4381 Clinton St. rms. StDonRt 9, Pretty ae . W Clearcut Ca, Kane
850-209-9506/394- Puppies, all colors officn Dothn at 6pm-9pm. Owner is 8333- plus kit, pYt balaun- Beauty Shop fully R $199K. Neg 850-509-8817
710$5.ACGra_________d Licensed Real Estate dry., all util/able incl eauited ADA-OKp 80.592-2005 850-509-8817
-7140 --- Shepherd puppies, 334-794-8722.i BousHouses UnfurnishedJ roker. 2 & 3 BR MH's in Ma- $355 mo. 727-433- 7eq i ENTp AD -ood OK
on........ ,rely 32 sable mle_ --rianna & Sneads RENT Other 1 br 7 43 NT Brick Home, lac+ Waterfront
a left 0 Austin Tyler & Assoc (850)209-8595. West side Dothan,
F n . ae334-596-3857 or 9Oak DriI Quality homes for t 2800sf, 3 Ig. BR/3BA, i PropertyforSale
S 334-333-6546Wonderful 3/2 in rent 850- 526-3355 2BR/IBA in Alford, mud room w/shewer,. r
a , .T R i "Property Mgmt is CH, window AC, $375 isa roo w/sarage fir, L ala
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LOST: F Cockr Sir. Rep for Maianna. req. 800/mo plus COMPASS LAKE remodeled, HD/FL, 334-794-6002 (334)791-5578
l off Blue S ir ng s0 Panama Ctty. Talla- deposit. ASSOC. 3/2 $350-$425 both yard maint. & water gkeown@centurytel.net
vy. .Wh, aan (33h)793-3192 3BR/2BA, with CH/A in C'dale & furn. 850-594-
5w AR D . ma n drgip pl / i carport.$800ls mo., Mar. No pets. 850- 3438/229-869-0883 Home forale/ --0
985,-.-2125-6 area. alars 1 comm. plus deposit 258-1594/638-1171 0 8 LeaseOption FIND
REW5NsiARD/3Company lr cmp. 2/2? CH&Am appl/i ac. 850-258-3784 2B2A N P CIT
merchandise ti s cd, mals to 334-2226575, email mo $500 dep 850 ey New 2 BR Paved roads . $450 I Acte Adult 3Maprx sft. Call AST
t adock e, 2d alis) t s ldc $600/mo, $250 dep 1104/209-3028 call 8-5. 8 09- Community for details 850-209- ,
$500 each. o .8 2l2 & 3 BR MH Cotton- 850-526-8367 8 531/482-1050 8759 IN
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forSale' Grey3ho3und puppies astt HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATORS a 80 5 5 s i A
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old. S/W 3-M, 2-F residential rent BENEFITS. ALL APPLICANTS MUST --
10x20 Metal Storage $150.334-596-5347 PASS A DRUG SCREEN. WE AREAN EOE. ' "
Bu ding wired with Parents on site . APPLY IN PERSON AT 4223CAPITAL
outlets and fluores- CIRCLE NW, TALLAHASSEE, FL 32303.
dows. Building is in farmers
great shape. Pur- 1851 Chipola Nursing Pavilion and
chase price would be Retirement Center, Marianna, FL
ser ous nquaskoingly 'h ue0is seek.n
serious inquires10.only 0 . Apartment - is seeking qualified individuals to join our 100 PSI air compres- 7 Speaker Surround Complete bedroom Halloween costume- Remington MOD
call 334-797-9895 or Unfurnshedll compassionate and caring team. We have sor, like new $35 850- sound system $125 suit w/full bed $300 $10 Tinkerbell dress 1100, 12 gauge shot-
334-797-2232. K ' openings in the following positions: 569-2194 850-866-1700 850-623-8464 & wings, girls 3-4, gun $325 850-263-
SITTER CERAMIC Kiln 2 1. 3016 6it ISt 5r ) RN, part time (must be able to work all 22 Rifle w/extras AM/FM cassette Dining table w/4 850-482-6859. 2701
automatic controls Colea 7th $750 snifts), C.N.A., and Dietary Aide. $100 850-557-2262 stereo $20 850-569- chairs $150 850-237- Kirby vacuum $45 Singer sewing ma
220 volt 17 1/2" ia- Farm Equipment leg nopets 850-at: 2 4x6 oriental rugs, 2194 2467/899-1091 850-482-8347 chine $50 850-866-
side shelves & plugs 3 / 8 If interested, Please apply in person at: both for $140 85017- Large dresser 17t00n
included, also Large 526-3538/209-0480 4294 3rd Ave., Marianna, FL Antique hand carved Direct TV remotes,
Skett Ceramic Kiln 28 Gandy 4 row insect. 866-1700 white washed oak brand new, $10/ea wmrror $60 850- Small desk $15
3/4" inside needs mi- cide applicator 2/1.5 nice apt. in 2Lg bags girls chair $100 850-866- 850-209-8955 7-2262 CD/DVD Tower $10
nor repair lots of bis- w/double boxes,, to -575, em o ________ 0 a recliner, blue 850-866-1700
que, both for $400 two chemicals posi t850-482-5134 Professional Opportunities Clothes sz. 5-6 $300.Bd a 1700 Dolphin Dining abe 850-593- rSoleri d cu corner
334-695-4090 mounted on tool bar. Ashley Bed Frame- 4' x 6' H $38 850-8 66-
Good condition. $400 2BR/1BA, apt.,in Senior Operations Accountant 2 mermaid end ta- $375 Solid Wood. 1700l Entertainment ctr
229-758-3146 or 229- town, $450/mo. 850- Moderately complex accounting and blues & 1 coffee table Beautiful. 850-209- Dora The Explorer Lg. bag girls Clothes $250 850-237-
Tickets 400-5184 573-0598 for info. operational functions. Accounting $125 firm 850-866- 7780 yellow dress & hat, sz. 10/12 $20 850- 2467/899-1091
and/or bank audit experience backed 1700 Ashley Dining set- Girls size 3-4, $7 Like 594-7802 Telescope $50 850-
Fr Du plex by similar education .3006 caliber reload- $375 Dining table/ New 850-482-6859 Microwave oven $30 237-2467/899-1091
o Fe DLoan Analyst ingdies $18 850- leather chairs. 850- Eectric typewriter 850-237-2467/899 -
Weekend Package $6/5gal. 2/2 Dulex in Grand Developing and anayzing credit 56-21409-7780 $35, new Mr.Coffee TotalExerciser $25 850-Motion
Oct 30, 31, Nov1 bucket purple hull Ridge $450 + $450 information and loan underwriting. 30' Aluminum ladder Ashley Furniture- Elite $20 850-866- Nike Air Jordan shoes 482-8347
4 tickets total black eye cream 8, dep 850-592-5571 Bachelor's degree in finance or four $175, (2) 3' pillars $245 Solid wood 1700 sz 3.5 kids, $50 850-
*** $450 *** cream 40 elite & zip- years experience in underwriting $15 850-866-1700 chest of drawers. Elvis Bust $30,Elvis 209-6571 Twin excel memory
Call 334-798-1923 per. Cypress Grove 2BR/1BA: New paint 35" Toshiba TV $475 Nice. 850-209-7780 Heartbreak Hotel Nintendo DS Lite foam bed $200 850-
Rd. Grand Ridge, 850 & carpet nce area in Commercial Lending 850-866-1700 -Plate $40 850-866- w/13 games, like 557-2262
Metal Stoages 9-915. /718-5965 Mar., DW, stove, Loan origination, servicing existing --Ashle Furniture-
Estate Sales 5929261/718 3653 refrig. W/D hkup, portfolio some management 3pc Entertainment $265 Solid wood 1700 new $250 850-557- White beaded, ofd
Sarb/water incre responsibilities. Lending and credit Center $150 850-866- dresser with mirror. Eureka Vacuum $10 2262 shoulder Wedding
Hay & Grain $500/mo $400 dep. experience, backed by finance 1700 850209-7780. 4' mounted barracuda Pageant dress- $100 Gown, 2 $500
To Vst Visited 850482-4188/482- business/banking education 4 White wicker bar Ashley Night $45 850-866-1700 Size 6 young miss OBO 850-879-4365
ca i -- Ce 7947 4 White wicker bar Ashley Night Stand- f white floor-length -Cl.s ifeds havewhai t
Sa ,Coastal Bermuda All positions: Salary is commensurate stools $65 850-866- $75. Solid Wood. GE side x side refrig. gown with pink
Weekend Movng Hay, Harvesting Sun name it with experience. Exceptional Benefits. 1700 Nice. 850-209-7780. w/ice &H20 in door sequins/beads. you e looking for.
Weekend Moving &Mon$3/baor You name t... To apply please forward resume and 56" Multi-colored so- Audiovox Cruise $450 850-237-2467 850-557-3576.
Sale3Fr, Salt & an 0/rol11 Call nad- CLASSIFIED cover letter to: rpabody@farmcredit- fa $85 850-482-8347 Cohtrol- still in box, Gold/Glass makeup .ueen sofa bed, blue, Winchester MOD 94,
St. Everything must 850-209-2524/592- has siql EOE- MFa 4/D/V Executive desk chair fits most cars $75 table w/mirror $20 like new $250 850- 30/30 lever action
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'03 19FT Carolina hummingbird REB By KZ, 5th W 291RLTS, 5th wheel heater, hydraulic r"" . , 1r ., 48.5 I
Skiff, 90 HP Honda, depth/fish inder, 2. REBBy 5th rear living, dual cks, convection- 2001 oo ,. .:,-,I Ailt.m. Chrystler ' Crro-,rs , Jaguar *2 r,pe., 3.,
center console, mo- airated live wells, Like new. Non- recliners, free stand- ,as, conveion j,.il.:uii o r, l re- Con erttbl.- 121, ' . MapCrt Sl9 e LW
tor guide trolling moo- aluminum drive on Smoker, No Pets, 3 ig table w/4 chairs, /microwave oven - FORD ., 50,i eLE, 20,2"m.'.; B.l.'r mnil.. .ut'. rirr. FORD 9 M.usn,3 Main Car Sales LL
tor. $8,100. 334-792- big wheel trailer, full Slides, Deluxe Refrg queen bed, 3slides, slide out. $25,500 Red, great cond. 41K Book. One Owner. mint cond. black top, Bullitt Highland 1919 West Main St.
5633 or 714-5466 canvas cover. $5,000. w/ icemaker, no smoking or pets, 334-718-0460, 718- miles, 6-CD sound Call 632-0144 $15,900850-209-4416 Green, 1000 m334-699-5880
1999 17 foot Alumi OBO 334-475-3806 Convection/ Micro, Like new! only $28K- 0793 system $11,500 0G LEXU '9 LX 470.
,0 H M y 334-791-4192 o334-695-3550 Acura '06 MDX, tour- r-i, Lad:. rrr, ,
craft, 50HP Mercury, ' ,. , B1.Fireplace, e ;. i _', n. i .,I miils.
trailer, trolling mo- ,.- .. ..nedi C t 6asher/Dry- ' M. Still 1view E2i.50(,l.
tor, depth finder, live .. t Save $25K or more FORD '06 Fi50 Super- mias, excel. cond., . " 334-;9 : .r41
wel,.$..._3.Dier. -IRJarS - " Diesel, 4 slides, 4300 cab 5.4 V8loaded, new tires. $22,300.3 .9$13,50(,34 1-87-6831
well$450033431rr,de Susp.,Rear mi, many upgrades 20k miles, $17,000 334 434-0240 4 Ford '3 T.,uru: . rri LEXUS SC 40'. 0
$159,700.850-866- 772-631-5065 factory gor, n.e AC. VS.Mr 13ri. rore r*c' Loo.'
,...�i ... rri tn , ment, Ta 2- ,- $159,700.8 8 warranty 7,00,., r, eeg3 .
' ' I.: 4. Chairs, 2 ' 2774 warranty , 220,,. .334.-175 1 23 3' Le,thr r , inl.
New ?)'' Bass Leather Recliners, Phaeton, 07' 40ft. 4 HONDA 08 F prt. 3LT, Loaded, Chrome Ford'Mustango ac, new tires, moon
Tr 0-r PO 16 Coach w/'chase. slide-outs, 15K mi. el; r. 5 .: 4.:i 2 Wheels, Victory Red, vertable $2500 850-roof, wheels, full pwr
LPT 5 H.1,r r, kePotor. $57,000, KEYSTONE'07Cop- 50CATdiesel, 1500 o ed. LikeNew ,with $5.500.239 .-164 .0985
ELP . .ir ' ke M motor $57,000, per Canyon 5th A Ts diesel . r, l .'0r,. uLi r .2.. W warranty. $38,750. 2"F. .
. t nr. Allostdr 334-714-2406. reissur o A nsn47s 5 diesel n. ^ 1, . ". 1 w.11WE Dti. Wa^rr anty.*38,750.Mr
'- -" i." .-_. ins 1995 Trvlwheel, 2 slides, sur- gen.4d'. frig w/ 1 11 .'750C.n 334-678-2131 - Mazda 07" Grano
130 t w/ r extras alsoincd, Pd 19 TAve Trailer, round sound, . liv- icemaker, W/D in itsubishi '06 rRaider 89K $10,900 Westmanngarr 4800
Sport, w/ trailer , asking $9,500 cold AC, excellent ing area $27,500, 334- motion satellite dish, Duro Cross, Crew Main Car Sales LLC iS .
center cons ole, OBO.907-687-7661. cond., $4000 negotia- 618-6572.rear & side cameras, V8, ad 32K 1919 West Main St. . ba 36 256.
flip/flop 60 gal. coal-ble. 334-393-1558 Cab,VHLoaded,32K 1919 West Main St. 334-445-3652 or 256-
er seat, 40 hpMercu- RANGER '07 VS188 Leather euro recliner, 14 Ford 96' Mustang Au- 452-8U26
ry engine, trolling W/175HP Yamaha 31ft. Fleetwood 1997, desk, King bed, BMW 545i sedan, 4 to V-6 runs good
motor, depth finer, HumminbirdElec- fully self contained, Brake-Buddy for tow ,.. door. loaded. V8 su- po-er wt.ndoIts. ,
Bimini Top, $9,000. tronics, w/Trailer new bed, slide out & car. Garage stored. - - per clean. 47K miles, Corvette 81 seat. &. door locks.
334-347-5511 Day, $20,000 334-370-3328 canopy, great condi- Many other options. va werran,, $2,9995. Automarc 350 CD. i.l. sit of rms
334-347-6045 Night $2 - - tion. $9,000. 334-797, $160,000.3 360000 334-0.555",i ,Slter sell l . 1 1500. OB 3344632.
. .1272 334-797-3617.s 0127 334-7c'911c
2008 Fisher 1754, . KEYSTONE COUGAR ' Vette 96' Collector BMW '98 740iL, blue / $65011. OBO saramyshefleturner, --
40hp mokercury , 4- '01, 1/2 Ton Towable Tioga Arrow 27ft addition factory hard tan, exc. 82K, garage 334. 74-1915 yaroo corn MAZDA '08 M\5
stroke, mtrguide, Fifth Wheel, lots of Motorhome'86, & soft tops auto, kept, $11,500. 334-edition Mit, gry, Power
trolling up grades, very nice, white,Auto.8 cyl. loaded, 102K mi. 347-2868.Corvette '99 con, FORD '98 Expeditio n Miata, gray, Power
bilge pump, live well, ' obk & e Reese hitch included, A/C.uAM/FM, cad$12,900 .334i , k 6-spd. Loaded, low
334-798-0010 Like new. $10,900 ing w/C, on, Vintage, 34K miles, miles. 16,500. 334- Fd Taurus, miles, Like9new.
Seacraft, '89 20ff --- 718-5243. runs well, low 684-2006 MUST SEE 1 Paint & 596-16944 $22,000, 334-692-4322
21-24ft boat trl, new Center Console, boat, CarriageC irn ',c 5 7milesaFair cond.Has sell for thousands door, all power 1h0k
tires $1000. obo 256- motor & trailer, 95 32ft. 3-slides, 2-A/C, REDUCED ! leak damage. $6000. Automobiles4$5,500.o000 588-2607 Datsun '78 280Z 2+2. miles. Great shape Mazda'89 RX7, non
201-1657 225HP Johnson Mtr, 5.5 K Generator, COMPLETE SET-UP 850 526 2840. forSale original fl wnected $3,200 334-685-0560 turbo, gold, GXE334-648-4985
22ft SeaRay, $1000 Dual Axle Tr. w/ loaded, no smoke, no 5th wheel, '08 Jayco, 1 mspee , ne Honda '03 Accord EX,
obo No Motor 256- brakes,wh., runs pets, Exc. Cond. Eagle, 291 RLTS.& '07 Watersports 2 51 , 180k rlsbut eeds black leather, sun- Mercedes '04 Benz
201-1657 well; very clean, $38,500.334-714-4001 Dodge 2500,6.7 L Die- 2003 YZ125, bought strs nees roof, very nice, E320, sports pack-
Great cond. $6,850. $e 25,6LDenew in 2005, has less . -k $2500 OBO 850- $,00.33-726-215. age, charcoal/black
'97 Bayliner Cabin 334-696-5505. Dutch '03 5th Wheel, sel w/ sliding hitch. Kawasaki '95 900ZXI than 100 hrs. $2000;79- 2136 Iv ms $10500.334-726-1215. ageriharcoalblacks.
Cruiser 23 ft,1 own- - 2 slides, kept under Jet Ski w/trailer Exc. 2007 YZF250, great Honda '04 Civic $17,000. 334-806-7190
er, excel cond. pd Sea King, older mod- shelter, excellent REDUCED Montana Cond. $1,800. 334- shape and well main- Cadillac '00 Deville Subaru 1993 right under 10K mi.9
$40K will.sell for el with trailer & 25 cond. $17,000. '05 5th Wheel, 4 696-5505 / 791-4885. tained. $4000. Buy hand6driveesteering
$14,500K 850-209- HP Johnson outboard 334-701-5506. slides, king bed, Yamaha 04' Wave bh26 38450 94000, Pwr steering, - on, new timing belt, Honda 05' Accord EX 334-693-3980
6 96 88 ot 334-671-5530 DUTCHMAN '06,25' nd., $29,995. Runner 1200 XLT, 1553 CD, A/C, AM/FM ies,n n gbset 33. -69 -
Moomba 98'SkiBoat 3- Good condition. 850-547-2808 HP 58hrs. in fresh 2004 Honda Civic EX, C many more new Gold, tinted Nissan '05 Altima, 2.5
wake tower & speak- Williams Craft '08 Sleeps 6, Asking Need rNowlbnie? water w/ trailer Only 65,955 miles. stereo, runs well parts, low mileage. windows,clean, S 5 speed, 31k mi. -
ers $9,000. 334-714- 60 horse four stroke, payoff. ,34-794-8897 $4,700. OBO 334-750- Like New. $11,500., Great cond. $9,00, Call for more details moon roof $13,900. like new, $12,900850-
9658. loaded. 334-618-3058 or 334-790-7918 licll outt0 t allslled 1337. Day or Night Call 718-5251 850-482-4848. 229-524-2451 334-793-1370 482-2994







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cy. 61,000, Loaded, Ace Deluxe, 750 CC, PALMER '9926 ck- to diesel, $11,500crew condition. $10,500.
uns well, sunr f, HRLEY 99 Sft-Tail lots of accessories, Jeep 0 l T r $13,0 334-803-507 2 or 334-
a, , D o. ; ready, s4 1 elter kept. beab, runs . Loaded 99-6594.
ScI .lock, ', A - $ , 500 .334- e Looks good. rus3,
IS i ,KMi, , - '1 3 47 -Flex, up, V8 (350) auto, 12 r' l I ~
62I Ea tlvin r.HARn'1 kr e . " ' ,, 95Xw Ford s s1 ,EunF-800 dumpn.. , ,nloa r .ascre a-l Y C o
Blunroof, ttSe' d wn. Aut o adK-n oicScoodter,900 m. p -:r..fi eld 3col air, runs rgrniat $25n995 OBO 714-1142
S wellsueI n HOaley p:. C .r nd . am E14- ip. O85 truck- or 334-299- , ian n ,, 4-dr. rew :I1r
S Orange 1200R, Vance .Li.. 'CC 68 '. pick- to, diesel, $1 0ump Truck $47,500
ni et. & Hines Short Shots,. -1 M ir 6000, fiel 33 4-894-2315 or 464- 5 6 1,




-00 braided lines, 8,900 --r-IIs -- I,-, .-.,,,, pick- 3189 r ,, N E D TO,.,, w.rr.
teior. charcoal inte- H y D ' HONDA -'03Metro- KMC r , lex, up 8 (350) auto .AN A Can ole on vood oos
Blueri D, a/c, alarmuo. 4 Roa Cla ic pltanScooter. . - -an i .-'- 'field old ai, uns g eat GMC . 334- 4 liner, running bds .flordasho







alloysl. 61, Loam/fmded, ExARCTIC CAT '07 70 0 Brighmiles, 900 custom, 2400low Hyundia 2 .' Chrys- F er 95 Voyager. , only 53,000 miles excellent running $25,995 ta 714-1142N C #236680 Ony
cruins we, udrier airb f, Extr ! $14,3001 , miles, exc. condsi. 1K $ 5 W t 784-2850 O wner. Imac- 7 8 E le, L sile, oo
pas r a , P, 1-1697. miles, ex.. d. . ' vMASSEY Fer, aguson Chevy 04 Silverado with 525E Cummin gs Webs it: buynorthwestflorida.
NWPS, PW, sun roof Aa ide ;1200. j334-774-7 P/W, Crse, C41 HP 3500 1 Ton,.Sharpe, engine, new tires, all .
Gd busNISSANier'06Altima, idlu/slvrdeisel tractor$5,900 Duramax, 6.6L, Dually equipment included,
Blue, Sedan. Auto. 4- 5200 miles. $9,500. Honda '03 Shadow t305-766-8261 Tow Pkg/power trail- excellent running
cyl. 61,0060, Loaded, o 4334-596-1694 Ace Deluxe, 750 CCnPAdL 8 5926 - CHEft ng cuewt condition. $10,500. "
ru wel r HARLEY '99 Sof-Tail lots of accessories, Jeep '02 Wrangler X, D Trailer $13,900 an e 334-803-5072 or 334-
very clean, Like new. Custom, Dimond Ice/ 24K miles, $4000. SUV. 5-pd. 6-cyl. 4 619-1041, 334-687- $3 0$. ,
$15,500. 334333-4655. Aztec Orange, l53ow 334-494-6808 WD. 44K, Great cond. 5835 0 . io
miles, Like newvl Honda 06' Reflex $11,500, 5.2007 Copper Cannon _ToyIta, _,9,Tud;a
NISSAN '06Aitima 1,50onn.d64-12 20cc68 g 719-930-497Keystone 5th wheel Nissan01 , Toyota '09 Tundra, ,
Special00dit4dn21w/2sdesshGpaNissan0, $16,500, clea ttle,6 i illy ndl, bi3 ci |, a. I, -hISAlIntinoreOrcr
62 300k, all power, HARLEY Davidson '01 kept owner exc Jeep '06 Wran erler Xu i e r. 3r licd i.. IA hool
sunroof, tinted win- Road King r Policeuh[:, cond. 6,900 ml. , . ' 4nr74 i.:, 8i Frontierh Excellent o n1 3 7 9 $l1cd 0 ..0.. ... 0 th Mdiic S' n ol Ii -o.ld
6r .0l W $,5.3 -9-86- Condition!uai.liy hor LInIyA lotin. Call Ora today. * Lisn ig C
dows, tilt, cruise, al- 16,500 miles. W white, u$2,9503. 3 '34-97-2866 4IlD..A c ru,!C$ ,) _EC , dewayne4 l@live.35 $
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good, and runsreat RoadKing, " a 4-cy 148 miles,
62,300 miles, 4 door, 2, securitygps, i runs well, warranty,'p-.Lo d .D T
sion, Like New condi- $10,500.334-803-5008 riding gear, $10,0005F . T.p " .. .. V. ,,, :o' .lr. d TV EM OE COU DOALOV GA
tion, metallic blue ex - 00.75.0, 334r-7E96-559 650012942 Daniel sSt., Marianna










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rior, 2WD, a/c, alarm, RoadKing Classic, Kawasaki '08 VuIlcan r "0 .lhle . - :,Dd e ,r Pne OBO. 334" ANrc bd. . on nt.. ,r
alloys, am/fm, CD, Excel., 6700 miles, 900 custom, 2400 . . . Chrysler '95 Voyager, nly 53,000 mile. mberc has one b NeedLaLC Ecllnt u #236680 n
cruise, driver airbag, Extra'sl $14,300. miles, windshield, ?v.'. V6, auto, seats 8, One Owner. Immac- It's simple, $89900
passenger airbag, PL, 3 rr3nt. .9.8139LiK -. : l,34 ,7 . re74 . pLbrr:y. I,4 V power, am/fm cass. late. 334-793-0095 673-4630 t i . .o . o ep . r
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(33 4)618o ot41w 2832 V8; ps/pb, swb, auto, Toyota 03' Tacoma Classified represenaives
1riv SEE! 3r24@hotmai. Mo Motorili Scooterhicle ARA . Blo. n-. . i 33 runs &-91ooks goode p P rerunn orerdblcab, VBuilding
om '05, 200mi, Blue, Retail, Call 632-0144 Ford '01 Winstar Van Needs some work. 6, auto, all options and they will be
$1650850- 258-1638 white, leather & pwr $2.500. 334-735.5404 79K mi. exc. cond
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nri. i r, g 1.80)-1. 7,,r ,. n , . n.27. i Alurnnnim m ,,li, els Nissan 0' Patfi,n-JEr OBOBC - 8 9845. or ,
I',Sl-: l nT I . p n . ... . 1�-, 16 Ra dinal SE. B lac -. Aul-:- 43K 1 334. 355-111 iaP . ORB O X 370
YAMAHA ''v V V-star Svoarrpers PS. PB. il.I-Tt,,r nt .3r 6-- ,. ,loi Tim & Patsy Sapp
Range '99, R,-,nr HSE 25') . tburgc,,l -. 1636 AC. AusW,. AM. FM CD m il d .le ,Casnt.dsrhave -flot rol S SHELL .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. rol er nl e i EC - .ni.
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$250 per month
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haul Dec. '08. New tie
rod, ball joints, steer-
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334-718-1188
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334-475-1701
VOLVO '06 XC90,
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ufactured. 20K miles.
Retails for $53,225.
will sell for $31,700.
334-671-4124
VW '04 Beetle
Convertable Super
Sharp! $250 down
$209 per month Call
Ron Ellis 714-0028
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2290 days, eves. 850-
594- 9931
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Excellent condition
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Firm (334)389-0554
M-B 1929 Gazelle kit
car runs and looks
great. $3,750. 334-
596-1694
Model A 1929, 2 dr,
excellent driver, has
matching trailer.
$15,000. 850-482-6632
850-596-8475

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