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Jackson County Floridan
Sunday paper issued from <1979-1985> as:
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Jackson County Floridan
Place of Publication:
Marianna, Fla
Chipola Pub. Co.
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Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
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Judge denies retrial motion

Circuit Judge Bill Wright has denied the
defense's motion requesting that Wesley
Jonathan Williams get a new trial.
Williams was convicted in October of four
counts of first degree murder and three counts
of aggravated child abuse in the deaths of
Danielle Baker and her three young sons.
Wright, acting in the capacity of "an addi-
tional juror" to determine whether the evi-
dence supported the decision of the 12-mem-
berjury at trial, issued his denial early Friday
In it, Wright said in applying the appropri-
ate standards to the question, he found that "it
is clear that the weight of the evidence does
support the jury's verdict of guilty as charged
on all counts."
He included a narrative outlining the two
primary reasons for his denial.
One involved the testimony of Bay County
Sheriff Frank McKeithen. The sheriff inter-
viewed Williams during the investigation of
the case. McKeithen testified at trial that
Williams had said "he was present at the
scene of the crime, knew who committed the
crime and that he could be charged with crim-
inal activity," Wright noted in his order.
Defense attorney Walter Smith, in cross-
examining McKeithen at trial, had attempted
to erode the impact of that interview by point-
ing out to the jury Williams' statement had
not been taped.
In his ruling, Wright pointed out Williams
had requested an attorney shortly after mak-
ing his initial untaped statement to
McKeithen, and the court had supported a
defense motion to suppress at trial "anything
after the defendant's request for an attorney."
That suppression, Wright said, "effectively
negates trial counsel's cross-examination
about the failure of law enforcement to record

Circuit Court Judge Bill Wright ruled Friday that Wesley Williams, convicted last month of
four counts of murder, should not get a new trial -Floridan file photo

defendant's statement. Thus, the court finds
that the testimony of ... McKeithen was cred-
ible and reliable."
Wright's second reason for denying the
retrial motion, he wrote, was he believed the
state had meet its' burden.

"The state presented circumstantial evi-
dence," the judge wrote. "This evidence is
required to be consistent with the defendant's,
guilt and inconsistent with any reasonable
See MOTION, Page 11A,-

Malone Pecan Festival approaches

The 5th annual Malone Pecan
Festival will be held Nov. 21.
Admission is free.
Early risers can start the day
right by sitting down to a pecan
pancake breakfast at 6 a.m. The
meal is being served outside,
across from City Hall on Main
Plates sell for $5, with sausage
and coffee included. There are
other breakfast options as well,
like plain pancakes or a sausage
and biscuit plate, for instance.
The Bascom School
Renovation Committee is doing
this as a fundraiser for its cause.
"We're enthusiastic about it,"
said committee chair Elizabeth
Alter, known as Betty Ann Bevis
in her school days. "We're get-
ting our workers organized and
we're looking to have fun while
we're raising money. We've had
an abundant supply of pecans this
year, so we have a lot to be thank-
ful for. We're happy to be
A parade will travel down
Main Street at 10 a.m., with first,
second and third place trophies
awarded for best floats. There is
no entry fee to participate in the
parade. Approximately 100 peo-
ple or groups have already
signed on to participate.
The 98th Army band from Fort
Rucker, the National. Peanut

Children check out some of the toys for sale at the 2008 Malone Pecan Festival. This year's festival is
Nov 21.-Floridan file photo

Festival Queen and Little Miss
Peanut as well as other beauty
queens are among the 100 com-
mitted so far.
All festival events will be held
on and around Main Street, with

bluegrass band Pure and Simple
headlining the day's entertain-
ment. The North Florida Band,
which plays gospel, bluegrass
and country is another featured

Booth space for food, arts and
crafts and other vendors is avail-
able for $30 per booth without
electricity, or $35 with electricity.

See PECAN, Page 11A



on drug

Two people were detained in
separate and unre-
lated drug busts,
Thursday, accord-
ing to a news
release .from the
Jackson County
Drug Task Force.
Fredrick Holton,
35, of May bell r
Lane near Fredrick
Greenwood was Holton
arrested after an
ongoing. long-
term investigation
into the sale of
cocaine and mari-
juana in Jackson
Holton was
booked into the Daniel,
Jackson County Leal
jail, charged with,
five counts of sale of a controlled
See DRUGS, Page 11A '


arrested a

week ago


with the Jackson
County Drug
Task Force
found them-
selves in pursuit
of a suspect
Thursday near
Greenwood. Michael
When the Jackson
vehicle chase ckson
was over, law enforcement
charged a man who had been
arrested just days before for
allegedly selling crack cocaine.
According to a news release
from the drug task force, the pur-
suit began Thursday on Prairie
View Road near Greenwood.
Investigators spotted Michael
Fitzgerald Jackson, 31, traveling
in a car.
Jackson had been arrested Oct.
24 by the task force on an out-
standing warrant for the sale of
cocaine, but Jackson posted his
$60,000 bond and was released.

See CHASE, Page 11A

Residents, s
Westbrook stood before the cameras at
Country Crossing wearing muddy boots
and a weathered expression. His blue wqrk
shirt with his first name engraved on it
served as a testimony to his blue-collar
"If not for this," Westbrook gestured
toward the development going up behind
him, "I'd have no job."
Westbrook was unemployed for 13
months prior to his finding work with
Country Crossing about a year ago. The
father of five from Cottonwood said he is
grateful to have his job servicing heavy
equipment on site.
And to Gov. Bob Riley, whose office
earlier this week allegedly made calls to
the Nevada Gaming Commission in what
locals believe is an attempt to block the

supporters rally for Country Crossing

delivery of 1,703 electronic bingo
machines to the new development on U.S.
Highway 231 South, Westbrook nearly
"Let this happen," he said in a plea to the
Hundreds of public officials, business
owners, construction workers and commu-
nity residents attended a Friday morning
rally of support for the country music
entertainment project, where several
politicians and agency heads took Riley to
task over his lack of support, and efforts to
defeat the project.
Others simply stated the obvious:
Unemployment in Alabama is at 10 per-
cent, the highest in almost 25 years, and
third fastest growing in the U.S. Country
Crossing offers jobs, Dothan Area
Chamber of Commerce President Matt
Parker said, and plenty of them.
"Since before this was announced on
Feb. 25, 2008, we saw' what this project

could do - create jobs, create opportunity,"
Parker said. "That's jobs and opportunity
in what is probably the worst economic
climate since the Great Depression."
Parker said what seems to be lost among
the debate and lawsuits on the legality of
electronic charitable bingo, is that this rep-
resents the second largest economic devel-
opment project in the state, which will cre-
ate up to 6,000 jobs over a period of five
"This is a private investment with no tax
breaks, lots of'community support, great
investors and it is a great development that
creates a destination for our market."
Parker estimates the development will
generate a half billion dollars in tax rev-
enues over 10 years and another $20 mil-
lion in education and charitable funding.
Houston County Commission Chairman
Mark Culver said the rally was called after
Riley's deputy legal advisor, Sonny
Reagan, "personally contacted the Nevada

Gaming Commission warning them that,
based on this week's opinion in Walker
County, electronic bingo machines in
Alabama are illegal.
"He also reportedly stated that there
were machines headed to Country
Crossing in Houston County, Alabama,
and if they were shipped, they would be
confiscated and parties would be arrested."
Riley's press secretary, Todd Stacy, said
the allegations are false.
"Made up. Wrong," he said. "No one
-from our office ever said anything like
that. Governor Riley has said repeatedly
that if they aren't doing anything illegal,
then Country Crossing has nothing to
worry about. If they are so confident that
this is legal - what is all the fuss about?"
Culver noted that Riley was in Dothan
less than a month ago but did not mention
Country Crossing or any efforts of the
See CROSSING, Page 11A i

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rect mistakes promptly. To
report an error, please call
526-3614 Monday-Friday.

November 1 - Sunday
* Blue Springs Society, Children of the
American Revolution, and Chipola Junior
American Citizens Club meet at 1:30 p.m.
at the Caverns Road Church of Christ' in
Marianna. After a brief business meeting,
activities will include making cards of
thanks for veterans. E-mail snoopy- or call 209-4066.
* The Artists Guild of Northwest Florida
and Chipola Regional Arts Association
present the Fifth Annual Sunday Afternoon
with the Arts, 1-4 p.m. in the Chipola
College Arts Center, with door prizes, light
refreshments, an art exhibit featuring local
and regional artists, art demonstrations
and interactive art exhibits. Free admission.

November 2 - Monday
* Chipola College Early Registration for
Spring Terms A and B for currently
enrolled students with 45+ hours, 8 a.m. to
3 p.m. Call 526-2761, or visit www.chipo-
* A public meeting of the Jackson County.
Transportation Disadvantaged Coordinating
Board starts at 10 a.m. at the JTrans Office,
3988 Old Cottondale Road, Marianna. To
arrange special accommodations at the
meeting because of a disability or physical
impairment, call 850-674-4571 at least
three working days prior to the meeting.
* The annual meeting of Jackson
Hospital Foundation Inc. starts at noon in
the Hudnall Building community room. Call
* The board meeting of AARP Chapter
No. 3486 will be at 1:30 p.m. in the
Marianna library.
* Emerald Coast Hospice will present
"Dealing with Stress during the Holidays"
during its monthly volunteer meeting,
5:30-7:30 p.m. at 4374 Lafayette St.,

Marianna. Learn how to handle stress of
the season and learn about hospice volun-
teer opportunities. A pot-luck meal will be
served. Call 526-3577.
* The City of Jacob will have a public
hearing at 6:30 p.m. to discuss water
rates; and a public hearing at 7 p.m. to
adopt comprehensive plan amendments.
The regular council meeting follows.
* Alcoholics Anonymous has an open
meeting each Monday, from 8 to 9 p.m., at
the First United Methodist Church, 2901
Caledonia St., Marianna. Meet in the AA

November 3 - Tuesday
* Chipola College Early Registration for
Spring Terms A and B for currently
enrolled students with 30+ hours, 8 a.m. to
6 p.m. Call 526-2761, or visit www.chipo-
* Optimist Club of Jackson County meets
every first and third Tuesday, at noon, in
Jim's Buffet and Grill in Marianna.
* Wiregrass native and novelist
Cassandra King, author of "The Sunday
Wife" and "Same Sweet Girls," will be
joined by Janis Owens, author of "My
Brother Michael" and "The Cracker
Kitchen" at Chipola Junior College in
Marianna. King and Owens, a Marianna
native, will speak to English classes and
then sign books at a community-wide
reception in the Chipola library at noon.
* Christine Gilbert teaches free quilting,
crocheting or knitting classes Tuesdays at
1 p.m., at the Jackson County Senior
Citizens center, 2931 Optimist Drive,
Marianna. Call 482-5028.
* The Childbirth Education Class series
begins Tuesday, Nov. 3, 5:30 p.m. and con-
tinues each Tuesday through Nov. 24 in the
ground floor education classroom of

Jackson Hospital, 4250 Hospital Drive,
Marianna. Husbands, other supporters
invited. Bring a favorite pillow. Materials,
snacks provided; FOCEP curriculum pro-
vided by Jackson County Health
Department. No cost to attend. Contact
526-2412, ext. 162.
* Alcoholics Anonymous has an open
meeting Tuesdays, 8 to 9 p.m., at the First
United Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia
St., Marianna. Meet in the AA room.

November 4 - Wednesday
* Covenant Hospice Volunteer
Workshop, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the
Marianna branch office, 4440 Lafayette St.,
Suite C. Free, open to the public. Food,
drinks provided. No special
background/experience required to volun-
teer. To register, call 482-4820.
* Chipola College Early Registration for
Spring Terms A and B for currently
enrolled students with 15+ hours, 8 a.m. to
3 p.m. Call 526-2761, or visit www.chipo-
* The Jackson County Chamber of
Commerce will conduct a ribbon cutting
ceremony for O'Reilly's Auto Parts, 4620
Highway 90 in Marianna, at 10 a.m., fol-
lowed by refreshments and door prizes.
Call 482-8060 or 482-2132.
* Alcoholics Anonymous has an open
meeting Wednesdays, noon to 1 p.m., at
the First United Methodist Church, 2901
Caledonia St., Marianna. Meet in the AA
* Riverside Elementary School presents
a Families Building Better Readers work-
shop at the St. Luke Missionary Baptist
Church, 2871 Orange St., Marianna, at 5
p.m. Parents, learn how to have successful
reading practice with your children at
home. No charge. Call 482-9611.


The Marianna Police
Department listed the fol-
lowing incidents for Oct.
29 and 30, the latest avail-
able reports: One drunk
pedestrian, two hit and
runs, three traffic acci-
dents, two reckless driv-
ers, one information
report, three highway
obstructions, two ill per-
sons, two suspicious per-
sons, two vehicle burgla-
ries, two disturbances, one
drug overdose, one bur-
glar alarm,'one fire alarm,
one shooting in the area,
one larceny, one vandal-
ism complaint, one juve-
nile complaints, one fight
in progress, one loud
noise/disturbance com-
plaint, one cow complaint,
two agency assists, six
public service calls two
patrol requests, one
threat/harassment, 15 traf-
fic stops, one 911 hangup
and one disabled vehicle.

The Jackson County
Sheriff's Office listed the
following incidents for
Oct. 29 and 30, the latest
-.. -- .. available
S--- reports:
; '- - Two aban-
- . .- . doned vehi-
f'CR ME cles, nine
alarms, one
animal complaint, two
assaults, one agency
assist, one battery, two
burglaries, two child
abuse reports, two civil
disputes, two criminal
registrations, two criminal
mischief/vandalism com-
plaints, four disturbances,
one drug investigation, 20
EMS calls, two funeral
escorts, one gas leak, two
information reports, one
juvenile complaints, four
larcenies, four loud
noise/music complaints,
one mentally ill person,
one prowler/peeping tom

complaint, 11 public serv-
ice calls, one pursuit, one
retail theft/gas skip, one
armed robbery, one stolen
vehicle, seven suspicious
complaints, two threats,
five traffic accidents,
seven traffic stops, six
trespassing complaints,
one Violation of injunc-
tion, two VIN verifica-
tions, five warrant arrests
and one 911 hangup.

The -following people
were booked into the
county jail during the lat-
est reporting period:
-Junior Sullivan, 28,
2087A Kent Drive,
Chipley, grand theft.
-Frederick Holton, 33,
904 Circle Drive, Dothan,
Ala., five counts of sale of
a controlled substance

-Richard Iverson, 56,
6340 U.S. Highway 90,
Grand ridge, stalking,
harassing phone calls.
-Jodie Moseley, 29,
5001 Spruce Lane,
Marianna, possession of a
controlled substance, bur-
glary, contempt of court.
-Gregory Screen, 43,
2933 Milton Ave, Apt.
7A, Marianna, criminal
mischief, theft of services
-Daniel Leal, 46, 303
Pecan St., Donalsonville,
Ga., attempt to purchase a
controlled substance, pos-
session of drug parapher-
-Michael Jackson, 31,
5543 Prairieview Road,
Greenwood, two counts of
sale of a controlled sub-
stance, possession of a
firearm during commis-
sion of a felony, willful
and wanton reckless driv-
ing, aggravated fleeing
and attempting to elude

law enforcement, resist-
ing an officer without vio-
lence, aggravated assault
with a firearm, shooting
into an occupied
-David Lohncr, 35.
23606 Saxton Way,
Holkley, Texas, violation
of state probation (fleeing
and attempting to elude),
hold for Washington
-Darling Elie, 23, 3070
Carters Mill Road, Apt.
Cl, Marianna, retail theft.
-Stephen Pierce, 32,
9061 NW John Vikio
Road, Clarksville, aggra-
vated battery.


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Community Calendar

Jackson County Floridan * Sunday, November 1, LOCAL

BCF holds Bach concert

Smoky is a three-year-old Foxy is a one-year-old
neutered male cat. female spaniel mix.

Partners for Pets

Partners for Pets has
these great 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 Drive in

Call 482-4570 for more
information, or visit
www.partnersforpets.petfin We are a non-
profit, no-kill shelter and
would greatly, appreciate
monetary donations and/or
cat litter and bleach.

On Oct. 27, the R.G. Lee
Chapel resounded with the
musical compositions of
Johann Sebastian Bach,
performed by faculty and
students of the Music and
Worship Division of the
Baptist College of Florida
in Graceville,. The concert
was an amazing tribute not
only to the composer, who
is known as "the father of
church music," but to the
man who defined church
music for generations.
The celebration began
with BCF Music and
Worship Division Chair
Don Odom providing per-
spective on how versatile
and creative Bach's meth-
ods were.
"He treated his sopranos
like flutes," stated Odom,
"and his basses like trum-
After th'e brief introduc-
tion and welcome, the
chapel literally resonated
as instrumentalists in the
College Winds performed
the first selection of the

night, Little Fugue in G
Minor, one of Bach's most
famous compositions.
Bach's musical master-
pieces were experienced
throughout the evening as
instrumentalists, pianists,
organists, soloists, and
ensembles filled the air
with the sounds of the
expert composer.
With the many excep-
tional pieces presented,
BCF Piano Professor
Angela Glover, moved the
audience to the edge of
their seats and ultimately to
their feet in applause as she
played Bach's Toccata and
Fugue in D Minor on the
chapel organ. The awe of
the evening concert was
best summed up by Odom,
the same way Bach ended
each of his compositions,
... in soli Deo Gloria (to
the glory of God).
For more information on
upcoming' musical per-
formances, call 850-328-
2660 ext. 427. Tickets are
now available for the annu-

To help the world, help those around you


The expectations others
have for your life don't
always match your personal
desires. One of my best
friends came from a long
line of preachers; so of
course he was expected to
go into that same direction.
He decided that he wanted
to get an education while
trying to make up his mind
about the direction for his
To my and his family's
surprise, - he decided to
enlist in the military. He
explained that by doing so,
he could serve his country,
save some money and get a
quality education at the
same time. It sounded like
a great idea at the time.
Our friendship has
remained intact over the
years, but somewhere
between going into the
service and getting his dis-
charge he found another
friend: alcohol. Serving
your country can give indi-
viduals feelings of pride
and dedication, and I am
proud of the many men and
women who have served,
been injured, or have given
their lives for our country.
My concern is about the
many men and women who
return home from their
duties as soldiers with
addictions to alcohol, pre-
scription drugs, and in
some cases illegal drugs.
Whether it's the stress of
being away from their fam-
ilies, fighting a war without
being sure of the reason, or
having to engage in hurting
or possibly taking the life
of another human being,

pressure has led quite a few
of our military men and
women to dependence on
alcohol and/or drugs.
No one can understand
the consistent fears felt by
our soldiers in -combat
zones but they themselves
- not knowing what will-
happen at any time. For
many soldiers, their escape
from reality comes from
indulging in alcohol and
drugs. Actually, we have
similar situations taking
place with millions of our
citizens. Trying to escape
from the reality of financial
problems during one of the
toughest times in our histo-
ry has led many people to a
state of depression, doubt
and discouragement.
What folks need to
understand is that when you
have an alcohol, prescrip-
tion drug or illegal drug
.problem, bad situations are
multiplied. The easiest way
to face reality and improve
your situation is with a
clear mind. Time after time,
people who have experi-
enced addiction of any type
have expressed the difficul-
ty in correcting their situa-
tions and ridding them-
selves of their negative
problems. Yet, many have a
deep desire to change their
lives for the better.
We are all in this world
together, but at times the
distance in communication
between families, co-work-
ers and our fellow citizens
seems to be increasing. It's
time to wake up! I feel that
when our men and women
decide to serve and protect
our country by risking and
at times giving their lives,
they need to be shown a

Jackson County Life

submission guidelines

Engagements, weddings and

Engagement, wedding and anniversary announce-
ments are published in the Sunday edition of the
Jackson Counit Floridan. E-mail your photo and the
relevant inforination to
Submit announcements at least two weeks before
\our desired publication date.
Announcements are $.75 per column line. All
announcements must be paid for before they run.
Cash. checks or credit cards are accepted in the
office. Credit cards are also accepted by phone or e-
mail. The deadline to proof and pay is 5 p.m. on the
Thursday prior to publication date. Announcements
\ull appear once.
Celebrating 50, 65 or more years of marriage?
We'll publish it for free. For other anniversary years,
the above rates apply.


Birthdays for children 12 and under are pubbshed
for free. For other ages, the above rates apply.


Birth announcements are published for free.

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higher level of appreciation
when they return back from
their duties (if they are
blessed to make it back).
"Compassion" is a pow-
erful word; and it's time for
many of us to start putting
it into action. Many of our
churches and individuals
send millions of dollars to
those in need all over the
world, which is great. But
in some instances, our own
family members, neighbors
and fellow citizens suffer
right under our noses. It's

not always the big things
we do for others that can
make a difference.
SShowing you care by vis-
iting, encouraging and giv-
ing financial support (any
amount is better than noth-
ing) to family members,
veterans and others who
are less fortunate than you
would be a move in the
right direction. We, as a
blessed nation, waste mil-
lions of dollars on junk
food, gadgets and bad
vices; while millions of our
citizens are suffering.
Some of our wealthiest cit-
izens have the means to
give assistance to others
without skipping a beat;
but others who have been
blessed with decent jobs
and a decent lifestyle can
do something (no matter
how small) to help our fel-
low man. It's not hard to
find a needy family or indi-
vidual during these trying
times. What are you wait-
ing for?

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Jackson County

Members of the Board

Honorable Willie Spires Board of County Commissioners, District No, 1
Honorable Edward E Crutchfield Board of County Commissioners, District No. 2
Honorable Betty Duffee School Board, District No, 3
Citizen Member Joey Woodruff Business owner within the school district
Citizen Member Buddy Edwards Homestead property owner

The Value Adjustment Board (VAB)'meets each year to hear petitions and make decisions relating
to property tax assessments, exemptions, classifications, and tax deferrals.

Summary of Year's Actions
Number of Parcels Reduction in Shift in
Type of Property Exemptions Assessments" Both County Taxable Value Taxes
IdrwGranted Requesd R d n Due to Board Due to Board
Granted Requested Reduced Requleed Actis Actions
or .-MEnd Actions Actions
Residential 0 0 0 0 0 $ 0$ 0
Commercial 0 0 0 23 0 0
Industrial and
miscellaneous 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Agricultural or
classified use 0 0 0 0 0 0$ 0
High water recharge 0 0 $0 $ 0
Historic commercial
or nonprofit 0 0. 0 0 0 $ 0 0
Business machinery 0
and equipment 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Vacant lots and
acreage 0 0 0 0 0 $0$ 0
TOTALS 0 0 0 23 9 $ 0$ 0
All values should be county taxable values. School and other taxing authority values may differ.
*Include transfer of assessment difference (portability) requests.

If you have a question about these actions, contact the chair or the Clerk of the Value Adjustment Board.
Chair's name Willie Spires Phone 850-482-9633 X
Clerk's name Lucretia W Farris Phone 850-482-9634 X





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Publisher: Valeria Roberts

Managing Editor: Michael Becker

Guest Opinion

Laws must

keep pace



New communication technologies
have improved the efficiency of gov-
ernments at all levels.
But in Florida, which has some of
the most progressive open-government
and public records laws in the nation,
new technologies also are creating
new tensions and challenges.
Three staff members at the Florida
Public,Service Commission were dis-
ciplined last month for giving their
BlackBerry,personal identification
numbers to a lobbyist with Florida
Power & Light. Because the PSC had
no system in place to capture and
retain electronic communications
transmitted on BlackBerry devices,
the incident set in motion a statewide.
conversation about new technologies
and public. records law.
It's an important conversation for us
to have, says Barbara Petersen, presi-
dent of the First Amendment
In the wake of the PSC incident,
Florida Attorney General Bill
McCollum created a "Sunshine
Technology Team," which is exploring
the state's open-government require-
ments as they relate to electronic com-
munications and emerging technolo-
Florida's public records law is clear:
Government officials local and state
must capture and maintain any records
pertaining to their official duties
"regardless of physical form, charac-
teristics or means of transmission."
The phrase "means of transmission"
was added to the statute in 1995
because of the advent of e-mail. The
same thing is happening today with
new technologies, such as BlackBerry
messaging, text messaging and social
What is needed, at all levels of gov-
ernment, is more education about
what the law requires. A text message
sent by an elected official on a
BlackBerry is no different than an e-
mail sent from a computer at the
office. Both are public records.
Local and state governments also
need to develop policies and proce-
dures to.capture and maintain elec-
tronic communication transmitted via
new technologies.
What is necessary is putting a sys-
tem in place to ensure compliance
with the state's public-records laws as
new communication technologies are
"The technology doesn't scare me,"
Petersen said. "What scares me is the
potential for abuse."
Reprinted with permission from
Scripps Treasure Coast Newspapers.

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Authors Owens, King to visit Chipola

Cassandra Kind, author of"The Janis Owens, author of "The
Sunday Wife." Cracker Kitchen."

SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN The family eventually ended up King's first novel, "Making
in Ocala in Marion County, in Waves in Zion" was reissued
Southern authors Janis Owens what Owens calls "close to under the title "Making Waves."
and Cassandra King will visit ground zero of Cracker Florida." King's third novel, "The Same
the campus of Chipola College Janis Owens' new cookbook Sweet Girls," released in 2005,
Tuesday. "The Cracker Kitchen: A was the national top Booksense
The pair will speak to stu- Cookbook in Celebration of Selection for February; a Book-
dents at 11 a.m. in Jackson Hall Cornbread-Fed, Down Home of-the-Month Club and Literary
of the college Literature and Family Stories and Cuisine" Guild selection; and spent sev-
Language building. The public was released earlier this year. eral weeks on the New York
is invited to meet both authors at Cracker culture of the Times extended list as well as
a community reception and oldest and most misunderstood SEBA's bestsellers list.
book signing in the college cultures in American history. Both "The Sunday Wife" and
library at noon. But in "The Cracker Kitchen," "The Same Sweet Girls" were
Janis Owens is the author of , Janis traces the history of nominated for SEBA's book of
three novels, "My Brother Crackers in America to show the year. A fourth novel, "Queen
Michael," "Myra Sims," and how they're more than just the of Broken Hearts," the story of a
"The Schooling of Claybird . "eighth-generation children of divorce therapist who can heal
Catts." The last child and only working-class ,immigrants who everyone's broken heart but her
daughter of a Pentecostal came to America before the own, was released in 2007, and
preacher turned insurance sales- Civil War." became a Literary Guild and
man, she inherited her love of Cassandra King wrote the Book-of-the-Month Club
storytelling and biscuit making critically-acclaimed, "The Selection.
from her parents. She lives in Sunday Wife," in 2002. The King was born and raised in
Newberry. book was a Literary Guild and Pinckard, Ala., a small commu-
According to her Web site, Book-of-the-Month Club selec- nity outside of Dothan on a
Owens is a native of North tion; a People Magazine Page- peanut-farm which is still in the
Florida, born in Marianna in Turner of the Week; Books-a- King family.
1960; the last child and only Million President's Pick for She received a B.A. and M.A.
daughter of Roy and Martha 2002; Utah's Salt Lake Libraries from the University of
Johnson. Her father h'ad -a Readers' Choice Award nomi- Montevallo, where she later
church in a little settlement nee; and one of South Carolina's taught English, as she did at
south of Marianna called Page Readers' Circle selections. Jefferson State and Gadsden
Pond and took a day job as an Now in paperback, "The State.
insurance salesman' for Sunday Wife" .was the Nestle She presently lives in the Low
Independent Life, with a remit Corporation's choice in a cam- Country of South Carolina with
that spanned the Apalachicola paign to promote reading her husband, novelist. Pat
National Forest.: groups, In addition, the book Conroy.
The family moved to New was chosen as one of For information about the
Orleans when Owens was' 3, Booksense's top reading group authors' visit to Chipola, con-
then Hattiesburg,. Miss., and selections for 2006. tact Dr. Sarah Clemmons at 718-
finally back to North Florida. In April 2004, Cassandra 2213.

Opening Thursday: 'Musical Comedy Murders of 1940' The Classic


From left, Kayla Todd as Bernice Roth, Piper Willliams as Elsa Von Grossenkneuten,
Brenna Kneiss as Nikki Crandal, Aven Pitts as Eddie McCuen, Austin Pettis as
Michael Kelly, Mark Lent as Ken De La Maize, Sarah Lovins as Helsa Wenzel, Ben
Grande as Patrick O'Reilly, and Kristina Lopez as Marjorie Bavorstock. -
Contributed photo

Chipola . College
Theater will present the
"Musical Comedy
Murders of 1940," Nov. 5-
The play runs Thursday,
Friday and Saturday
evenings at 7:30 p.m.,
with a Sunday matinee at
2 p.m. The play contains
adult humor which may
not be suitable for chil-
Tickets are $7 for adults
and $5 for 18 and under,
and are available in the
Chipola Business Office.
Phone credit card sales are
offered at 718-2220.
Chipola students and
employees get a free tick-
et with ID.
The comic romp pokes
fun at the more ridiculous
aspects of "show biz" and
the corny thrillers of
Hollywood's heyday.
The show is a barrage of

From left, Ben Grande as Patrick O'Reilly; middle left, Piper Williams as Elsa Von Grossenkneuten; middle right,
Sarah Lovins as Helsa Wenzel; rar right, Kayla Todd as Bernice Roth. - Contributed photo

Do you have
Cute Kids?

E-mail your
'Cute Kids*' photos to,
mail them to P.O. Box
520, Marianna, FL
32447 or bring them by
our offices at 4403
Constitution Lane in

'12 years or under, with Jackson
County ties. Include child's full
name. parents'name(s) and city of
Residence This'is a free service. All
entries subject to editing.

laughter as those assem-
bled (or at least those who
aren't killed off) untangle
the mystery of the "Stage
Door Slasher."
Several local actors
were cast in the following
roles: Sarah Lovins as
Helsa Wenzel, Piper
Williams as Elsa Von
Grossenkruelen, Austin
Pettis as Michael Kelly,
Ben Grande as Patrick
O'Reilly, . Mark Lent as
Ken De La Maize,-
Breanna Kneiss as Nikki
Crandall, Aven Pitts as
Eddie McCuen, Kristina
Lopez , as Majorie
Baverstock, Matthew Van
Buren as Roger Hopewell,
Kayla Todd as Bernice
Roth and Joe Evans as the
radio voice.
For more information,
call Theatre Director
Charles Sirmon at 718-
2227, or e-mail sir-

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of Love



Downtown Marianna
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The Jackson County Board of County
Commissioners will hold a public hear-
ing to consider amending the Capital
Improvements Element to the Jackson
County Comprehensive Plan by ordi-

The proposed ordinance will amend
and update the Capital Improvement
Projects of the Capital Improvements
Element, Jackson County Comprehen-
sive Plan in accordance with Chapter
163, Florida Statutes.

The public hearing will be held on the
10th of November 2009 at 9:15 a.m. in
the Board of County Commission Meet-
ing Room of the Jackson County Ad-
ministration Building at 2864 Madison
Street, Marianna, Florida. The document
may be inspected at the Jackson County
Community Development Department
at 4487 Lafayette Street, Marianna, FL
32448. Persons wishing to comment
may do so in person at the public hear-
ing or in writing to the Jackson County
Community Development Department.

In accordance with the Americans with
Disabilities Act, persons needing a spe-
cial accommodation to participate in
this meeting should contact the Plan-
ning Secretary at Jackson County Com-
munity Development no later than 5
days prior to the meeting. The Planning
Secretary may be contacted at 4487 La-
fayette Street, Marianna, FL 32448, (850)
482-9637, or (800) 955-8771 (TDD).

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Homecoming in Graceville.

Vocabulary on parade

TOP LEFT: Graceville High
School Homecoming
Queen Paris Hill stops for
a photo after being
crowned' at halftime of
Friday's football game.

TOP RIGHT: Third grade
teachers Katie Mathis and
Jenni Koeller teamed up to
symbolize the word "con-
joined" during, a vocabu-
lary word costume parade
by the students and staff at
Cottondale Elementary
School Friday.

LEFT: -Members of the
Graceville Elementary
School Junior Beta Club
cheer for the Tigers as they
rode in a castle float dur-
ing the Graceville High
School Homecoming
-Mark Skinner/Floridan



Drop a smile in-the
mail with Emerald
Coast Hospice
Emerald Coast Hospice
staff is starting a new proj-
ect to bring smiles to their
patients with the help of the
Everyone loves a card, be
it a birthday card or
Christmas greeting. The joy
of opening the mailbox and
finding something besides a
bill can bring a smile to
one's face.
Emerald Coast Hospice
plans to send cards to
patients to let 'them know
that they are thought of and
cared about.
"It shows them someone
is thinking of them, and
sometimes that can mean
more than anything, espe-
cially when you are dealing
with an illness," Emerald
Coast Hospice Volunteer
Coordinator Sara
Blumenthal said.
The cards are meant to
boost the patient's mood
and improve their quality of
life. This project lets people
make a difference in a hos-
pice patient's life simply by
walking through the card
aisle during a regular trip to
the grocery or drug store.
"We are looking for non-
specific-occasion cards that
... bring a smile to face or
make you laugh to your-
self," Blumenthal said.
'Hospice volunteers will
address and mail the cards
to patients, so that each
patient will receive one card
a month.
To help, just send cards to
Emerald Coast Hospice,
4374 Lafayette St.,
Marianna, FL, or call 526-

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Our Balanced for Life Program enables us to deliver the highest
quality of care for our patients while measuring outcomes and
reducing patient need for urgent emergent care due to falls.
The program, utilizes clinical tracks, which focus on patient
education, self-management/adaptation, balance training, and
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Jackson County Floridan * Sunday, November 1, 2009 7A

Brain Bowlers place third

Pat Barfield, left, past president of FACC, and Rose.
Cavin, right, treasurer for Altrusa. barfield will be tak-
ing the items to the state convention later in November.
- Contributed photo

The Chipola Brain Bowl
Team finished third in a 20-
team tournament in
Orlando on Oct. 24.
Chipola finished third
behind the first-place
University of Florida A
team and the second-place
Florida State University B
team. Chipola also scored
two wins over the FSU A
SChipola was the only
community college in the
playoff bracket, which
included FSU A, FSU B
and UF A.
Chipola player Dallin
Kelson was the ninth indi-
vidual among 65 players.
His team-mate Ethan
Hewett was 10th overall.
Chipola is the two-time
defending Florida state,

The Chipola Brain Bowl Team finished third in a 20-team tournament in Orlando on
Oct. 24. Chipola player Dallin Kelson, left, was the ninth individual among 65 play-
ers. Teammate Ethan Hewett, right, was 10th overall. Chipola was the only commu-
nity college in the playoff bracket;, - Contributed photo

Altrusa joins with Sneads FFA goes to national event

collegeS to collect SPECIAL TO rEFeFLORIDAN .

items for soldiers

Members of Altrusa
International of Marianna
volunteered to assist the
Chipola Chapter of the
Florida Association of
Community Colleges in
Their collection of items to
send to members of the mil-
itary serving overseas.

The Florida Association
of Community Colleges is
the professional
Association for Florida's 28
public community colleges.
With \c.teran's Da\ closc
at hand, both organizations
felt this project was a small
way of giving back to those
who have given so much in
service to our country.

Members of, the Sneads High
School FFA were one of 32 reams
participating in the 2009 National
FFA. Agricultural Communications
Career 'Developmentt Event. The
competition \as Oct. 21-24. during
the 82nd National FFA Convention in
Indianapolis. Ind.
Participant, in the event were
asked to attend a press conference.
utilize information gathered in a team
activity and complete individual
practicum. Competitors were also
tested on their editing and other com-
munications skills.
The National FFA. Agricultural
Communications CDE is sponsored
by DTN/The Progressive Farmer as a
special project of the National FFA
Foundation. It is one of 23 different
national events that use the fun of
competition to connect classroom
learning and careers.
The National FFA Organization,
formerly known as the Future
Farmers of America, is a national
youth organization of 506,199 stu-
dent members. The U.S. Department
of Education provides leadership and
helps set direction for FFA as a serv-
ice to state and local agricultural
education programs. Visit for more information.

Members of the Sneads High School FFA, Christen Howell, Asleigh Lollie,
Caitlin McCaffery, Allison McDaniel and Sydney Stone, shown here with
FFA Advisor Stanley Scurlock, left, recently participated in the 2009
National FFA Agricultural Communications Career Development Event in
Indiana. - Contributed photo '

Landmark Dulcimer Covenant offers free 'Coping

Club to meet Nov. 7

Join the .Landmark
Dulcimer Club for a
monthly jam and practice
session on Nov. 7 at 2 p.m.
at Landmark Park.
Jam and practice sessions
are held on the first
Saturday of each month.
No experience or'music
reading ability is necessary.
Participants must have a
mountain dulcimer. The
program is free with paid
gate admission.

Landmark Park is a 100-
acre historical and natural
science park located on
U.S. Highway 431 North in
Dothan, Ala. For more
information, contact the
park at 334-794-3452 or
v i s i t
For more information on
the Landmark Dulcimer
Club, contact John Farmer
at 334-394-2045 or 334-
406-2534 or Floyd Cook at
850-638-0550 or 850-326-

It's Comin

Realizing that the holi-
days can be an emotionally
difficult time for those who
have suffered the loss of a
loved one, the Covenant
Hospice Bereavement
Department will be provid-
ing a free workshop to
help. The workshop will
be held from 10 a.m. to 1
p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 12
at the Marianna Covenant
Hospice branch office,
located at '4440 Lafayette
St., Suite C, Marianna.
The workshop- will
include many tips on "how

to cope" during the holi-
days, normal grief reac-
tions, coping strategies for
the holidays, ways to
remember a loved one and
supporting children
through the holidays. This
free workshop is open to
the public and a light lunch
will be served. Registration
is required.
Those who attend will
also receive free material
and literature on coping
during the holidays. Those
who are interested in
attending this workshop are
asked to call January
McKeithan or Riley

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The Town of Bascom proposes to adopt an
Ordinance amending its Land Development
Code. A public hearing on the proposed or-
dinance will be. held on Thursday, November
12, 2009, at 7:30 p.m. (CDST), or as soon as
pan be heard in the Meeting Hall, 4969 Bass-
wood Road, Bascom, Florida 32423. The Ordi-
nance is entitled:



More information can be obtained and the
proposed ordinance may be inspected at
Bascom Town Hall, 4969 Basswood Road,
Bascom Florida 32423 (telephone: 850-569-

Persons wishing to comment may do so in
person at the public hearing or by writing to
the Town of Bascom, 4969 Basswood Road,
Bascom, Florida 32423.

If pn individual decides to appeal any deci-
sion made by the commission with respect
to this meeting, a verbatim transcript may
be required. If so, the individual should make
provision for a transcript to be made at the
meeting, (RE: Florida Statute 286.0105).

Pursuant to the provisions of the Americans
with Disabilities Act, any person requiring
special accommodation to participate in this
meeting is asked to advise the city at least 48
hours before the meeting by contacting Town
staff at the above address or phone number.

Ann Bryan, Mayor
George Hall, City Clerk
Publication Date: November 1, 2009



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Notice of Public Hearing to
Consider an Amendment of
the Comprehensive Plan for
the Town of Bascom
The Town of Bascom proposes to
amend its Comprehensive Plan Capital
Improvements Element. The amendment
updates. the Capital Improvement Plan
and Schedule of Capital Improvements as
required by Part II, Chapter 163, Florida
Statutes. A public hearing to consider the
adoption of the proposed amendment will
be held on November 12, 2009 at 7:30
p.m. (CDST), or as soon as can be heard
in the Meeting Hall, 4969 Basswood
Road, Bascom, FL.
More information can be obtained and
the proposed change may be inspected
at Bascom Town Hall, 4969 Basswood
Road, Bascom, FL 32423 (telephone:
Persons wishing to comment may
do so in person at the public hearing
or by writing to the Town of Bascom,
4969 Basswood Road, Bascom, Florida
If an individual decides to appeal
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with respect to this meeting, a verbatim
transcript may be required. If so, the
individual should make provision for a
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Florida Statute 286.0105).


Pursuant to the provisions of the
Americans with Disabilities Act, any
person requiring special accommodation
to participate in this meeting is asked to
advise the city at least 48 hours before
the meeting by contacting Town staff at
the above address or phone number.

Ann Bryan, Mayor
George Hall, City Clerk
Publication Date: November 1, 2009

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Chase Continued From Page 1A

However, the task force Jackson allegedly fled and with five counts of sale of
had obtained additional led officers on a two-mile crack cocaine, possession
warrants for Jackson on pursuit before he pulled into of a firearm during corn-
charges of aggravated a residence on Dickson mission of a felony, willful
assault and shooting into an Road. He then fled on foot and wanton reckless driv-
occupied dwelling. These into a wooded area behind ing, aggravated fleeing and
charges stemmed from an the home. attempting to elude law
incident that occurred Oct. Jackson was apprehend- enforcement and resisting
13 on Dickson Road. ed in the woods a short arrest without violence.
According to the news time later. Jackson was booked into
release, officers attempted to In addition to the charges the county jail without
stop Jackson's vehicle on the outstanding war- bond Thursday and awaits
Thursday. However, rants, Jackson was charged his first appearance.

Pecan Continued From Page 1A

A children's art contest will be held in the meaty treats. For booth space, call
conjunction with the festival, with no entry Flora Beard at 569-5644.
fee to participate. For parade information, call Dorothy
All art entries will displayed at Yates Mathis at 569- 2986 or Sally Gibson at
Pharmacy throughout the day. First, second 569-2980.
and third place ribbons will be awarded. Mathis heads up this year's festival
Children's games, pony rides, slides and preparations, and said she's hoping the
other kid-oriented activities will round out crowd will exceed last year's total of about
the day's offerings. 2,000.
The best festival news for busy "Ours is the only pecan festival in the
Thanksgiving hosts may be that home- state of Florida," she said. "We're hoping
made pecan pies will be available for $6 everyone will come out and enjoy the day
each. with us."
The best news for pecan-lovers or grow- The event is sponsored by the Malone
ers may be that The Pecan House on Main Joy Club and financially supported in part
Street will be open all day to buy and sell by the Tourism Development Council.

Crossin g Continued From Page 1A

anti-gambling task force
to attempt to shut down
the development or stop
the shipment of the
"His office not only
mentioned Country
Crossing but secretly and
maliciously made state-
ments that we believe not
to be factual related to reg-
ulating bingo in Houston
County," Culver said.
Dothan City
Commissioner John Craig
said the city fully supports
the development. "We
look forward to the jobs
being created," Craig said.
"We're behind this project
one Hundred percent."
Businesses are also in
need. Many say business
is slow in this economy,
and some iare pinning their

hopes to the expected
influx of tourism dollars.
Derek LaTouche, general
manager of the Holiday
Inn South, one of the clos-
est hotels to the develop-
ment, attended the rally
and said he thinks the
project is great.
"Not only does this help
employment, but it helps
the Holiday Inn,"
LaTouche said. "They
were talking about bus
tours today and absolutely,
we can see increased
tourism. The influx of
people coming into town
would benefit, I'm sure,
every business in town."
Susan Morrison of
Prudential Real Estate
agrees. She said local
agents get a lot of calls
about the availability of

property, clue to this proj-
"The impact on home
sales and commercial
property is unparallel,"
Morrison said. "We are
getting calls all over.
We need this. People with
jobs can buy houses and
afford to move up."
Helen Hutchinson lives
in Geneva County, but she
came to the rally as she
has been a Country
Crossing supporter from
day one, she says.
"We need these jobs,"
-lutchinson said. "We
need to be able to put food
on the table and clothes on
our children. I think the
governor is wrong. I think
he should be supporting
us. Our families are in

D rugs Continued From Page 1A

Investigators with the crack cocaine.
Jackson County Drug Task Investigators were there
Force also arrested Daniel waiting, and Leal was
Leal, 46, of Donalsonville, arrested for the attempted
Ga., Thursday. purchase of crack cocaine.
According to the news Leal was also allegedly
release, Leal he had found to be in possession of
arranged a drug transaction a pipe used to smoke crack
with an investigator posing cocaine, and was charged
as a drug dealer. Leal trav- with possession of drug
eled to the intersection of paraphernalia.
Highway 71 and Basswood Leal was transported to
Road, allegedly to purchase the Jackson County jail.

M option Continued From Page 1A

hypothesis of innocence ...
In this case, the state has
met its burden through the
presentation of several
facts amounting to a well-
connected chain of-circum-
stantial evidence showing
the defendant's involve-
ment in the crimes
Prosecutor Larry Basford
asserted at trial that
Williams was. motivated to
kill Baker and the children,
in part because he was on
the verge of having to pay
child support for the two
oldest boys he fathered, and
may have believed he was
alsd the father of and finan-
cially responsible for the
The state presented testi-
mony from officials on this
matter, and also testimony
to support the state's con-
tention that Williams owed
tihe IRS money. The state
showed in its case that
Williams had once claimed
Baker's daughter, whom he
did not father, as a depend-
ent in order to get a refund,
even though he knew he
was not the father. The state
asserted that Williams
blamed Baker for the IRS
debt, perhaps because she
had been a party to the
refund scheme.
The state also presented
cell phone records showing
that Williams had called
Baker nine times in the few
hours before she died, with
the last calls pinging off a

tower near her home in
Marianna. No further calls
were made to her from his
phone in the hours immedi-
ately after she was believed
to have been killed.
The state had also pre-
sented witnesses who said
Williams expressed anger
toward Baker in the days
leading up to her death,
, because she had revealed to
his live-in girlfriend that he
was also seeing another
Wright wrote that he felt
the state had done enough
in its circumstantial case,
and in the McKeithen testi-
inony, to show Williams as
a principal in the murders
and abuse.
The law of principal in
Florida, the judge
,explained, "states if the
defendant helped another
person or persons commit a
crime, the defendant is a
principal and musl be treat-
ed as if he had clone all the
things the other person or
persons did if he had a con-
scious intent that the crimi-
nal act be done and defen-
dant did some act or said
some word which was
intended to and which did
incite, cause, encourage,
assist or advise the other
person or persons to actual-
ly commit the crime.
"Thus, the weight of the
evidence is sufficient to
demonstrate that the jury's
verdict was proper and cor-


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Late Bulldogs rally falls

just short, as Sharks

prevail in thriller
The Port St. Joe Sharks got a huge performance
from Calvin Pryor and held off a late rally by
Marianna to deal the Bulldogs a 23-22 defeat Friday
night in Marianna.
Port St. Joe (6-2) led 23-14 with 2:52 left in the
game, but the Bulldogs (4-5) answered back with a
25-yard touchdown run by Tre Jackson.
The junior tailback then converted the two-point
play, to make it a one-point game with 33.9 seconds
to play. Things got really interesting when
Marianna's Craig Leslie recovered the ensuing
onside kick at the Port St. Joe 48-yard line with 31.9
seconds left in the game.
The Sharks' defense held strong, though, stuffing
RJ Bowers for a 1-yard gain and forcing the
Bulldogs to bur their final timeout with 26.1 sec-
onds to play. The Bulldogs were able to stop the
clock with a first down, when Jackson threw a half-
back pass to Bowers for 11 yards to the Port St. Joe
36-yard line. But sophomore quarterback Hakeem
Holmes was stopped for a one-yard loss in bounds
on the next play. Time expired before the Bulldogs
could spike the football.
It was a tough loss for the Bulldogs, who dropped
their second heartbreaker in a row.
However, Marianna coach Steve DeWitt said he
was proud df his team's resiliency.
See THRILLER, Page 2B >

Thie Graceville Tigers picked
up their second victory of the
season Friday night, rolling past
the overmatched Rocky Bayou
Knights 59-12.
It was Homecoming for the
Tigers, and their opponent was
just what the occasion called for.
The winless Knights have
struggled all season, and provid-
ed little resistance Friday night.
Graceville jumped out to a 33-
12 halftime lead and cruised to
.the easy win.
Tigers coach Todd
Wertenberger said there wasn't a
lot to be taken from the game
due to the weakness of the oppo-
nent, but it was nice to get back
on the winning side nonetheless.
"We played okay for
Homecoming," he said. "We
played a bunch of freshmen and
we were able to do well with it."

Marianna's Tre Jackson runs with the football during a game against Port St. Joe
Friday night in Marianna. The Bulldogs rallied late, but the Sharks held on for a
23-22 victory. - Mark Skinner/Floridan

Derae Laster led the Tigers
with four rushes for 129 yards
and two touchdowns.
Laster scored on runs of 35
and 27 yards, the last of which
put the Tigers up 41-12 early in
the third quarter.
Allante Oliver-Barnes rushed
for 81' yards and a TD, and
Jacky Miles had two touchdown
passes to Garrett Steverson of
30 and 80 yards. Soloman Cody
and Connor Renihan also scored
TDs for Graceville. The Tigers
rushed for 352 yards as a team,
totaling 462 yards of offense.
Freshman Rasheed Campbell
put the exclamation point on the
win with an 80-yard interception
return touchdown on the final
play of the game.
Graceville (2-6, 1-2 in district
play), will next play host to arch
rival Cottondale Nov. 6 in a
game that - for the first time in
four years; will not have any
playoff implications.

A host of Graceville Tigers defenders swarm under a Rocky
Bayou Knights during a game Friday night in Graceville. The
Tigers won the game 56-12. - Mark Skinner/Floridan




8-0 season
They had to sweat more than
usual, but the Marianna Middle
School Bullpups won again
Thursday night in Monticello to
complete another undefeated sea-
Playing Jefferson County for
the Big Bend Conference cham-
pionship, the Bullpups led just 8-
6 after three quarters but pulled
away with a 22-point fourth peri-
od for a 30-6 win.
MMS completed its first 8-0
season in school history and its
third undefeated season in the last
four years.
"I told the boys after the game,
'that was history, they can't ever
take that away from you,'"
Bullpups coach Hunter Nolen
said after the game.
"We had a really good year
I'm real proud of the boys. This is
a special group here. I hope they
go on to do some special things at
the next level."
The Bullpups got a huge game
from eighth-grader Jock Wooden,
who rushed for 239 yards and
three touchdowns on 22 carries in
his last middle school game.
Wooden scored from 35 yards
out on Marianna's first posses-
sion of the game, then scored
twice more in the fourth quarter
See BULLPUPS, Page 2B >

Hornets get

sweep over

The Cottondale Hornets swept
a pair of games against the
Graceville Tigers Thursday in
middle school. ,action in
The eighth-grade Hornets took
a 36-10 victory, led by 22 points
from Prentice Webb.
The Cottondale 'B' team got
seven second-half points from
Tre Lee to overcome a 9-6 half-
time deficit and edge the Tigers
Brandon Pippin led the
Graceville 'B' team with seven
Lee was scoreless in the first
half of the 'B' team game, but
nailed a pair of 3-pointers in the
second half, and made a free
See SWEEP, Page 2B >

Northview holds off Pirates 10-7

The Sneads Pirates fell to the Northview Chiefs 10-
7 Friday night in Bratt, ending their chances of making
the postseason.
. The Pirates fell to 4-3 in District 1-1A with the loss,
while South Walton defeated Vernon 30-27 to improve
to 7-1 in league play.
Freeport and South Walton will represent the district
in the 1A state playoffs.
Sneads jumped out to a 7-0 advantage Friday night,
taking advantage'of a Northview fumble in the first
quarter. Jeff Davis found the endzone from 5 yards out
to put the Pirates on the board first.
However, the Chiefs answered with a touchdown on
their ensuing possession to tie the game.
Northview chipped in a field goal in the closing sec-
onds of the first half to take a three-point lead into the
break. The Chiefs seals the victory by controlling the
ball and the clock for much of the second half.
Sneads coach Ddn Dowling said he was proud of his
team's effort, but the size and physicality of Northview
proved to be too much.
"The kids played their hearts out," the coach said.
"(The Chiefs) were huge. They were much bigger than
us. The kids played pretty good. We had a heartbreak-
ing loss in our last game (a 35-0 loss to South Walton),
but we were much-improved from last week's game."
Next up for the Pirates is a another road game
against the Bozeman Bucks, which improved to 6-2
Friday night with a 28-7 win over Baker.

See PIRATES, Page 2B >

Sneads' Jeff Davis gets set topunt the football in a
game earlier this season. The Pirates fell to
Northview 10-7 Friday night in Bratt. - Floridan
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Tigers roll through Rocky Bayou 56-12

On the road

A Sneads player (9) spikes the ball against Marianna
in a game earlier this season. Sneads lost in five
games to Blountstown Thursday night in the district
championship in Blountstown. The Lady Pirates play
SBaker Wednesday night in Baker in the first round of
the 2A state playoffs. -Floridan File Photo

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"Old Timer's" Game
Malone High School
will host a basketball
"Old-Timer's" game
Thursday at 6 p.m.
The ribbon-cutting
ceremony officially
opening the newly reno-
vated Malone- gym,
begins at 5 p.m.
Over 40 former
Malone players are
scheduled to participate
in the game.
Several former coach-
es will also be in atten-
The public is invited to
attend. There will be a $2
charge for the game with
proceeds going to benefit
the Malone Athletic
Concessions will be
sold. Malone School
officials hope to see
many of the former stu-
dents and their families,
along with the Jackson
County community,
come out Thursday night
to support the athletic
program and to enjoy
seeing former classmates
and teachers.

High School
The Sneads Lady
Pirates volleyball team
will make their 2A state
playoff debut Wednesday
in Baker against the
Lady Gators at 7 p.m.

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Indians get first

win over Bonifay

The Grand Ridge Indians boys
basketball team picked up their
first win of the season Thursday
evening at home with a pair of
wins over Bonifay Middle School.
The Indians, 'A' team walked
away with a 55-44 win, while the
'B' team won 47-17.
SIn the 'A' game, the Indians dou-
bled up the Blue Devils first quar-
ter score, leading 12-6 before
Bonifay battled back to' outscore
Grand Ridge 15-12 in the second
quarter. At the half, the Indians
held a 24-21 lead.
Both teams battled in the third
quarter with Grand Ridge edging
Bonifay by one point to take a 36-
32 lead into the final quarter of
play. The fourth period was all
Grand'Ridge, as they scored 12
points while holding the Blue
Devils to just nine.

Pirates T
Continued From Page 1B
Sneads has had problems
on the road all .season, unt
falling to 0-4 with Friday St.
night's loss. However, the The
Pirates are undefeated at goc
home at 4-0, and Dowling of
said he hopes his team can get
keep it that way. cha
"The first thing we have but
to work on is trying to. get a enc
win on the road," the coach I
said. "We're going to try to also
break that streak. We've, actl
still got a goal of trying to stall
be undefeated at home. the
We've got Marianna at Ma
home to finish the season, pas
so we've still got some B
'goals that we can reach, its
We're out of the playoffs, the
but we've still got some tou
things to play for." fak

Darius Williams was the "big
man for Grand Ridge, racking up
24 points on the night, followed by
Dustin Pittman with 18 points.
In 'B' team action, it was a 47-
17 win for the Indians.
Grand Ridge wasted no time in
jumping out to an early lead with
16 first-quarter points while hold-
ing Bonifay to just three points.
'The defense remained tough in
the second quarter with the offense
continuing to run the court, mount-
ing a 26-5 halftime advantage.
At the end of three quarters of
play, it was all Indians, 41-13.
Leading the 'B' team was Brian
Cox with 13 points, followed
closely by Gavin Pittman with 10
points. Blake Johnson was on the
board with eight points.
Grand Ridge is scheduled! to host
Marianna Middle School Monday
with the 'B' team taking the court
at 4 p.m., followed by the 'A' team
at 5 p.m.

Grand Ridge's AJ Johnson (45) puts up a shot against a Bonifay
defender in a middle school game Thursday in Grand Ridge. - Mark


'They played hard all the way
il the end," the coach said. "Port
Joe has a real good football team.
ey're very athletic and played a
od game tonight. We just ran out
time at the end. I was hoping to
(Marianna kicker) Ryan Rudd a
ance to win it for us with a kick,
Swe just couldn't get close
t was a fast finish in a game that
o had a fast start, and not much
ion in between. Pryor got things
rted with an 82-yard TD run down
left sideline, breaking a
irianna tackle and accelerating
st the defense to score.
But Marianna got its answer from
own speedster, as Jackson took
ensuing kickoff 95 yards for a
chdown. The Bulldogs used a
e extra point for a two-point con-

version, with Jackson shoveling a
pass to Chris Bowers to make it an 8-
7 Marianna lead.
That's how it remained until the
third quarter, when the Sharks got a
44-yard pass from Trubias Hill to
Pryor-to set up a 16-yard TD run by
Darrell Smith to make it 13-8.
Later in the quarter, the Sharks
capitalized on a Bulldogs turnover to
add three more points on a 29-yard
field goal by Daniel May to make it
16-8./The Bulldogs were able to cut
into the lead with their of
the fourth quarter, which marked off
81 yards on 10 plays and consumed
6:01 of game clock. A 36-yard run'
by Jackson set up Marjean Dean's
15-yard TD run with 4:42 to play.
But a crucial false start penalty
caused the Bulldogs to attempt the
two-point play from the 8-yard line

Continued From Page 1B
instead of the 3.
That proved to be the difference.
Jackson was stopped by Smith at the
5-yard line to preserve the 16-14
lead. PSJ recovered the onside kick,
and scored five plays later on a 4th-
and-9 halfback pass from Pryor to
Willie Quinn that scored from 30
Yards out. The extra point made "it
23-14 with 2:52 to play.
The Bulldogs got the ball back on
their own 48-yard line, and got;a 23-
yard run by Holmes to set up
Jackson's 25-yarder.
Jackson finished the game with 89
rushing yards on 13 carries, while
Dean had 44 yards on eight rushes.
But it was Pryor who was the star
of the game, racking up 266 total
Yards of offense. The senior rushed
for 161 yards, passed for 61, and had
44 yards receiving.

Continued From Page 1B

with runs of 5 and 26
"He just had a phenome-
nal night' Nolen said of
Wooden. If we needed 10
yards, we gave it to Jock. If
we needed 2 yards, we
gave it to Jock.
"He's been the work-
horse for us all year long.
He has gotten better from
the first game to the last
game. He's just a great ath-
lete and even a better kid.
We sure will miss him next
Wooden redeemed him-
self with his two fourth
quarter TDs after a first-
half fumble that resulted in
a 73-yard fumble return
touchdown for Jefferson
The game remained 8-6
at the half, and the
Bullpups controlled the
clock for much of the third
Wooden's 5-yard TD
early in the fourth capped a
long drive to make it 14-6.
The MMS defense
forced a three-and-out on
Jefferson County's next
drive, and Wooden found
the endzone from 26 yards
out on the ensuing posses-
Jonathan Sikes convert-
ed the two-point play with
a pass to Kyle Tanner to
make it 22-6.
After the Tigers were

Continued From Page 1B
throw with six seconds left
to ice the game.
"It was a close game,"
Graceville coach Thomas
Register said after the
game. "We had a lead, but
we just couldn't make a
shot down the stretch."
The Tigers' 'B'-team fell
to 1-1 on the season after
beating Bonifay in the
opener, while the 'A' team
dropped to 0-2.
For the Hornets; both
teams improved to 2-0 after
sweeping past Grand Ridge
in the opener.
"I think we're playing
pretty good," Cottondale
coach Steve Harp said.
"We're showing a lot of
heart, but we've still got
some learning to do.
"We struggle sometimes
in our post play, but we're
getting better and learning
some new stuff. The guard
play is really carrying us on
both teams."
The two teams play again
on Tuesday in Graceville at
5 p.m. and 6 p.m.

stopped on a fourth-down
try, the Bullpups tacked on
one more with a 19-yard
TD run by Derrick
Knowles finished the
game with 70 yards rushing
on nine carries, with
Shaundre McAroy gaining

51 yards on seven rushes.
"We finished the game
strong," Nolen said of his
"This was not the same
Jefferson team we played
at the start of the year, but
we buckled down a little bit
in the second half and

pulled it out."
Nolen said he was glad
to see his team in a dog-
fight for once this season.
The Bullpups had never

played a game that was in
serious doubt in the fourth
quarter before Thursday.
"I wanted to see what we
were made of." the coach

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Kindel Lanes weekly bowling report

Monday Night Hi Rollers
Team Sitsiling,
1) Jackson BP 21-7
2) Whatever Whenever 16.5-11.5
3) Mary's Childcare 16-12
4) Smith's SuperMarket 15.5-12.5
5) Now What 15-13
6) Adam's Funeral Homel3-15
7) Kindel Lanes 12-16
8) Wolf Pack 10-18
9) Vacancy 10-18
10) Whoops 7-21
High Team Game- Jackson BP
High Team Series- Jackson BP
High Game Female- Amie Kain
High Game Male- Jay Roberts
High Series Female- Amie Kain
High Series Male- Jay Roberts
Tuesday Morning Coffee League
Team Standings

1) 1001 Uses 30-14
2) Pacers 28.5-15.5
3) Champion Tile 28.5-15.5
4) Davis Optometry 27.5-16.5
5) Misfits 24-20
6) Jim's Buffet & Grill 18-26
7) Gazebo 17-27
8) Family Dentistry 17-27
9) James & Sikes 16-28
10)Marianna Animal Hospital 15.5-28.5


High Game Female- Cheryl Gaffaney
High Game Male- Ray Pumphrey 216
High Series Female- Gloria Reed 545
.1.igh Series Male- Jeff Kindelspire 615
High Team Game- Pacers 937
High Team Series- Pacers 2672
Tuesday Night Mixed League
Team Standings

1) Our Gang 27-13
2) All State 26-14
3) Original Gamers 22-18
4) Grassy Pond Mini Storage 22-18
5) Backwoods Bowlers 21-19
6) Dan's Family 20-20
7) Roll With It 19-21
8) Sonny B B Q 18-22
9) Just Spare Us 17-23
10) Precision 14-26
High Team Game-Dan's Family 974
High Team Series- Backwoods Bowlers
,High Game Female- Cheryl Gaffaney
High Game Male- Franco Harris 267
High Series Female- Cheryl Gaffaney
High Series Male- Franco Harris 688
Wednesday Night Mixed
Team Standings

1) DBBLL Trouble 28-12
2) Here for the Beer 27-13
3) Jay's Gang 24-16
4) Hollis Body Shop 22-18
5) Mr. Bingo 22-18
6) Split Decision 19-21
7) Redwood Bay Lumber 19-21
8) Perfection's Car Wash 19-21
9) Kindel Lanes Shop 18-22
10) Vacancy 2-38
High Team Game- DBBLL Trouble
High Team Series- DBBLL Trouble
High Game Female-LuAnn Kindelspire
High Game Male- Jack Townsell 245
High Series Female- LuAnn Kindelspire
1 High Series Male- Tom Arnold 649

Take it in.


won't be sorry

I crouched behind a
headstone in the old ceme-
tery and remained very still
and quiet when the buzzard
flock pitched in, settling on
the ground
not 15 yards
distant. It
was days
later before
it crossed
my mind
that I was
not to have
b e e n Bob
observed by Kornegay
the law or
the woman
from Mental Health. A man
who hides in graveyards
and watches buzzards isn't
normally classified among
the population's more bal-
anced individuals, I ven-
Be that as it may, there
were 11 of the big feath-
ered scavengers; black vul-
tures all, not one redheaded
"turkey buzzard" among
them. My surprise at hav-
ing the keen-eyed critters
set down so closely was
compounded by what moti-
vated their arrival in the
first place. The object of
their, rapt attention was but
a remnant of armadillo
hide; dry, brittle, and long
since devoid of "fragrance"
or any other vulture-attrac-
tive attribute. No flesh, no
bones; just tough, brittle,
plated skin. More astound-
ing, the birds fought over it
like so many Greeks and
Trojans, as if it were the
holy grail of cast-off car-
Initially, a rather dark-
but-amusing thought
occurred. It came to mind
that economic times must
be even direr than we think
when buzzards risk life and
limb over such a .scant,
undernourishing tidbit. Or,
heck, I don't know, maybe
crispy sun-dried armadillo
hide just happens to be a
particularly appetizing vul-
ture hours d'oeuvre, sorta
like that last ham hock in
the collards that prompted
the big brawl at Cletus
Monroe's family reunion
last summer. Whatever the
motivation, the contest was
quite entertaining and
Weird ruminator that I
am, other, seemingly unrer
lated, musings entered my
head as I watched this
decidedly strange culinary
set-to. Foremost among
them was the recollection
of a lithe, sinuous mink I
once observed at close
range on the bank of
Northeast Georgia's
Tallulah River. Then, too, I
crouched (I crouch a lot) in
the shadow of a rock over-
hang and watched the
beady-eyed little furbearer
enter the water and swim
close enough that I could
all but count the scales on
the 4-inch wild rainbow
trout it held in its jaws.
Utterly captivated, I
watched the chocolate-
brown mustelid snake its
way into a natural cairn of
nearby rocks and disappear
into the granite recesses to
enjoy its post-dawn break-
fast free from interference.
Beautiful! No other word
for it. But, no more beauti-
ful than, in its own way, the
battle waged by that
"unsightly" gaggle of hulk-
ing, baldheaded, puking

You see, I am of the
belief that one takes Nature
for what she is. One must
appreciate at least on some
level the "lowliest" flora
and fauna to the same
extent as the most highly
exalted. If he does not, then
his claim to the title "nature
lover" is really an empty
one. I also learned a long
time ago that Nature's wary
creatures seldom provide
an observer with impromp-
tu close-up views. When
they do, it behooves one to
take full advantage of the
We must, I think, be
noticers, or "taker-inners,"
as an uncle of mine once
pegged me.
No matter that what we
take in is sometimes at the
expense 'of counted success
in some other, more tradi-
tionally accepted outdoor
pursuit. It's perfectly okay,
now and then, to let that
.whitetail buck slip by
unseen while you look at
that perplexed'-barred. owl
look at you. It's no sin to
enjoy the music of a winter

cardinal once in awhile,
though hunter's instinct
tells you to concentrate on
squirrel chatterings or the
route the cottontail is tak-
ing ahead of your beagle
pack. Blue heron make you
miss that cast and spook
that big bass? There'll be
another time. Purple asters,
sunning rattlesnakes, a
stayed-out-too-late 'pos-
sum headed home at day-
All worth looking at.
Mangy coyotes, fat frogs
on waterlogged stumps,
Dutchman's pipes growing
out of damp forest litter?
Yep. Those, too.
And, by the way, if you
ever get a chance to see a
mink on a riverbank slink-
ing toward you with a
fresh-caught fish in its
mouth, take it. Put down
the fly rod and watch, dog-
gone it!
Likewise with 11 scrag-
gly buzzards fighting over
a worthless armadillo hide
in an old graveyard. If you
get caught,. we can discuss
it in group therapy later.

Floridan's weekly fishing

report for local lakes, rivers

Bass fishing is fair to
Shad are moving onto
the flats and into backwa-
ter areas off the rivers.
Shallow-ru nni'ng
crankbaits are beginning
to produce consistently.
Specifically, grassy areas
in these locations are the
best bets.
It is also a good time to
try flipping the shallow
surface vegetation in the
backwaters off the Flint
and Chattahoochee.
As overall water tem-
perature continues its fall
decline and the grass con-
tinues to die off, look for
increased ; largemouth
action on Rat-L-Traps and
other lip-less crankbaits as
Crappies are fair in
grass at 7 to 10 feet.
Slowly fished small tube
baits are working for some
Catfish activity has
improved. Best spots are
hard-bottom areas in 12 to
* 15 feet of water.
Fish worms and pre-
pared baits.
A few good hybrids
have shown up, but
reports are spotty.
Bream are still slow.

Bass are good.
The shallow bite
remains fair, despite the
recent cool-down.
Ledge fishing is still fair
on main-lake and creek
ledges. Frog-type lures
and spinnerbaits are good
in shallow grass.
Try both, as the fish pre-
fer one bait ind some spots
and one in others.
Flipping lily. pads and
grass mats is a good tech-
nique when the sun gets
Ledge fishing is best
using deep-running
crankbaits, spoons, or jigs.
Crappie fishing is poor
overall, but areas where
water is slightly stained or
where stained water meets
clearer water are good
spots to try.
A few good fish have
been taken from brushy
structure at 8 to 15 feet.
Minnows and jigs may
both work.- Hybrids,
bream, and catfish remain
quite slow at present.
Fishing is fairly good in
some locations up and
down the river.
Bass fishing is fair.

Largemouths may be
caught along ledges in
spots where the current is
not too great.
Fish jig-and-trailer
combinations and be
Bass fishing up the
creeks is fair also, but spo-
radic overall. Use worms
and crankbaits there.
The fishinghas slowed
considerably near sand-
bars and bankside struc-
ture. Catfishing is fair to
good, particularly during
warmer periods of the day.
Fish along the bluff walls
and near river bends.
Tailwater catfishing is fair
on frozen shad, worms, or
prepared baits.
Crappies are very slow
at present
Bream fishing up the
creeks and in the river
itself has slowed a great
deal with the recent cool-
weather snap.
(Generation schedules,
"pool levels, and other such
information for area
waterways may be
obtained by calling toll-
free 1-888-771-4601.
Follow the recorded
instructions and access the
touch-tone for the
Apalachicola River

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Comprehensive Plan for the

Town of Greenwood

The Town of Greenwood Poposes to amend its
Coniprehensive Plan Future Land U s Elemen t
and Coservatioe Elemeni to adopt a nethodotogy
for determining when conmmeia4l devekipnient
is required to use advancellid septic treatment sys-
tems, The ameodnw Lns re generally appliYca;
to all land within the Town of Gree nwjood.

A public hearing will be held on Tuesday,
November 10, 200(, at 6:30 p.m., or as soon
as can be heard in the Towni Hall, 4207 Bryan
Street, GreenwoWd, FL, to consider ihe adoption
of the proposed antladmenes.

More inforanitil can be qotblained and the pro"
poed changes may be in.'pecled al (Cireenwoxd
Town Hall, 4207 Bryan Streiee Greelnw4 FTL

Per.'on. wishing to conrmIwt nt my ydo o in per.mnn
at the public hearing or by writing to the Town
of (rtenwmiT . PA,.. Drawer 9, renwow4,
lorida 32443.

If an individual decides to appeal any dedcsion
made by (he crWuil with reispt1 to thi'; m'.Iug,
a vrbataim trainscrlpt my b.e required, If so,
the individual shlulI make provision for a trlan
scrip to be made at the meeting, (RE: Florida
Statte 286.0105).

]PUsuat to theprovisiis of the Americans with
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acc nnidaioron to participate in this mireting is
asked to advise the towI at least 48 hcurs be-
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announcements pets &animals Dogs arm Genr realestate H:u Unfurn.hd realestate [ Bcoais ] Campers, Travel
5 r|entia d fl f er nt COmmerCiala 0fit Trailers
AKC Yellow lab Equipment Operator resealrre COMPASS LAkE 2008 Fisher 1754. ril
o puppies, excellent for 0 Immediate Opening ASSOC. 40hp mercury. 4-
hunt or home. Great 850-5792020 tbtwn 3BR2BAr. wt12 stroke. mr guide. t
Pedigree with master 10[3 c arponr. 0)0 mo.. trolling mtr. Hum O
& senior hunt titles, plus deposit mingbird 565. TAC.
American & National Health Care i50i358 3i84 bilge pump. live well.
FreeetsPoiy field champions in large 2/1, Family 334-798-001
yo, pet deserves a lT-T pedigree. Call forD eargextramily - b
Found nghom nad your today. $625 I arm Equipmet Receptionist and plex/Triple room extra nce 21-24ftboattl new
olaaingehpe.tAnayd bllStarted AKC 1 year Medical Assistant private lac. off Retail Space tires $1000. obo 256-
at pet may-d rAKC Mo 2A/sdt Hwy 73 N, near town, 201 1657
Found: M puppy cry- ^ nse ho individual old black male, junior L - ^ -J 2 7 - fl --- ^
Foung in rain. Needs responselly from final h test ready, Gandy 4 ro insecti- needed part-time for 2BR/1A: New paint $575 765 425-5288
In i ai. edsinyP v& carpet, nice area in FOR RENT 5100 sq ft 22f SeaRay $1000 ESCALAER37
goodn hom e. 850-592- s or bredingu e cellnt duck & cid e a cor busy medical practice Mar DW stove Maanna2house bldg - Retail, $1700/ obo No Motor 256-DERV 37
4793 poses Please reen re dov hunter. $1250 double boxes, for inMarianna. Tele- refrig.W/D hkup, $500/mo. 850-526- mo 4178 Lafayette 2011657REB By KZ, 5th W.
spondents carefully when 850-257-4847 mounted on tool bar phone & Communi- garb/water incl. 7479 St. 850-526-3330 Like new. Non-
givMganganlmalaway. k Good condition. $400. cation skills a must! $500/mo $400 dep. Smoker, No Pets. 3
eCKC Toy Yorkies 3-M 229-758-3146 or 229- Send resume to: 850-482-4188/482- Mobile Homes realestate Slides, Delu.e Refrg'
'- e 4005184t for Rentr 7947 1 estate
Ct Ready now. 334-792- 40'184 ta.silasgcderm@ a frRent residential for sale w, vcmaer.
a l-^ I cats _45_13 Classified yho. com, Farms/Land/Tinber m f Cr onvection/eMicro.
lFax: 850-522-8354 Real EstateforSale 1t month free Kng Bed. Fireplace,
ip Free to good home 2 Mail:'PO Box 1588, 2/2$390/mo 2A C. Washer, Dry-
dogs: 1 M 2yrs old, 1 M i .. arianna, FL 32447 3/2 $490/mo 65'X16' Culstom Built
dogs. 850t-59-32 Advertising... Mr aF32447 To CH/A 850m249-4888 SipperlinerHouse- er, Carefree Awng,
dos. 850-579-3982 Wanted To uyboat. Estate Sale.Ap- Morryde Susp.,Rear
realestate Pine & Hardwood 2/1, 3 miles from praised @$224,500, Entertain- ment, Ta-
Toy Poodles -S/W 1M Yl Pulpwood orLogs Mar. very clean, Neg. @$137,000 ble4/hairs 2
2FTOY2Pd2F, 12 wks old $200 YOUr SOurce residentialforrent Southern Timber family of 2,$400 mo Brand new condition. LeatherRecliners,
Firewood/Fuel T 850-352-4304/209- Company 850-482-8333 Docked in Panama
______ _____ _ _ A8K- 2 -4304/ 2 O zar k: 33 7 5 3A ct/ LveA dult C ity 850 -596 -016 7 C coach w / chase.
Smerican M for selling Eufa:4 & nad ar & Alumacraft 06' 16 ft. 334-714-2406.
Now taking garb ncl $350/mo wI 50 Yamaha/GPS
orde for spi ed Tm d Pet Su ies 4-687-2339 5 083/1Brick home in loaded ex cond . 1995 Travel Trailer,
oak firewood, ta-,, ^i - esss 573i0e_^^
SNow o ckso 3-ens/young6655.a Snea, CH/A, awly ll $6,450 334714- cold AC, excellent

CI3r4 1, .k PeSuwhit F U P eas- quicker, Unfurnished n rmo i ra rm, sng decks ton. 9 97

Call aa ca 8 42 5 wo brigyour own uck-2BR/BA, atin charoscoun l g Mar. No pets. 850- age inbcl I. $35K. 850- 352-4274mo-31ft. Fleetwood 1997,
SHorse Boarding r25572 w g 5 t-0598 fr in 80- 850-258-1594/638- 3/1 steering, 461b thrust n aw bd, slid out &
Sst 12x - pen: Jackson D, W/D hku 573-66r5. 1 2Atilv in 3 B age in1BA, Newly trollingmotor. tilt& canopy,0 greatcondi-
C i FiarmEaRs Farms, U Pick Tomita- incCh bl .garb,&&5s -M 5n remodeled in Grand trim, fishing decks, tion.$9,000. 334-797-
Free: tens & 1 COOP (482-2416) toes, & Peppers control. 8505267369 dale. htt www. 3/2 $350 CH/A in Ridge. Water sew- fisher ID $7500 850- 1272
HcED-40aats w/dbsar F reo eforanow(150)5me1ur2o-nyouroBrckcmeda+ehtrg//wm ,ow.
ce In om pas . Grand ig - BRBA2 gatin charloscountryhiving. Ma 2 DW C le. l850- age inc he. 35K. 850- 352-4274
s - ays/ wk. 850- o atown, $450 m. 850- com.8 50258- 58-1387/541-3414 573-0598 Boat 1 f
SHorse Boarding N P592-55 573-0598 for info. 4868/209-8847 3/2 C'dale, water, 3/1 House for sale on 2hp motor,& trail er
Lg pastures 12x12 U-Pick peas $6/5gal. 3/2 All tile floors, in arb.bug&sprayinc. acre lot,2855 $700.984-2044
(Part-tie W end We stalls w/mats ing bucket, purple huil,s i d in Mjoitr et ok $750 5i5 dep.$No0 pets. Owens St. 2 Marian
Ready Nov.7r w/jumps,g30acres, black eiye,n consream 8, e8.a 12-ut Gs Kce s Hme r Sle/ hours. $22 00 OO s ,
$450. 334-790-7290 ces feed/hay/dailyvi cpae of setup, operation, i, fit anow 850). S i- otto , CA ric Hom l01 0
Parthenon Healthcare of Flo riuntstown Lkarea. 850 25-8330 592-9261/7183653 Av. CH/A, t$700 + Paved road. 450- 2793sf, 3 . BR/3A,2 - ess t s. . lees , 2A

Health, Vision Dental consider er printing press experience High school graduate 6pm-9pm. Owner Is 3432/850-814-6515 Fsc 1 ishmaster Basbat
. or equivalent preferred. Company benefits including medical, Licensed Real Estate 3ftDW de W s d Dotha, 3P i de s
Parthenon eaitca of ountstown dental. eye care6 59scri-to7 card. -pid vacation. and 401KH Broker. 00 MbIaed oms0- Jackson County BPer3BA
dep. 850-271-0900/ $600/mo (850) 352- mud room w/shower, 5.5 K Generator,
is now hiring: loaded, no smoke, no
258-4309 Iv msg. 1104/209-3028 � large shop, fireplace, pets, Rxc. Cond.
lots of extra's. Call . C c f $ ,500.347-0
SN roerPRINTING PRESS OPE TOR3BR/1.5BA, Very nice. Clean 2/2 for family res. $15 a ioar out $38,500. 334-714-4001
(Full-time) 674-9 -fax I i s r m o aLocated on Noland ofno smokers, no 334-794-6002 stereo system, excel- Dutch'03 5th Wheel,
(Part-time) Weekend e a s a i w i i i j a street in Marianna. Mets. $400+ $400 dep ar Com s Le 12 volt des, kept unde

The Dothan Eagle, PO Box 280, Dothan, Alabama 36302 Kitchen appliances avail. Complete rent- Nice Timber, Creeks humminlow bird Dutchme, en 40 ft.
MS Coordinator winning team. Our equipment consists of a 12-unit Goss Kitchen appliances Home for Sale/ hours. $22,900 OBO. shelter, excellent
D re or Ubanite in press and twofolders. We have an immediate included. $700/mo., Clean 2/2 in Lease Option 334-794-9766 cond. 17,000.
Must have experience i n MDS and care penng for anndividual capable of setup, operation, repair first and last. Securi- Cottondale, CH/A850- 334-701-5506.
planning in long-term care, basic and maintenance of our Press & Plate equipment. ty deposit. 1 Yr lease $500/mo + dep. wa- er i '07 10s 8,
computer skills, excellent communication Meeting company gudeineprducing high quality and references re- te furn. 850-209-4516 3/2 Brick hoe, Mercury trr, full MAN'06, 25'
& supervisory skills Must he State ofa currentida. products within deadlines are a must. quired. No smoking. aprox. 2000 sq ft. Call loaded, garage kept. Goo condition.
WALPN/RN license in te S e of F . No pets. Avail. Octo- RenttoOwn: 2 &3BR forodetails 850209- Less than 5hrs.Warr. Sleeps6, Asking
Great Pay and Benefits This position requires a minimum of two years offset ber 1st. Call (850) MH's. Lot rent incl. 8759 until 2013'. $9,875 payoff. 334-794-8897
*' eat Pay ADMISentCASS printing experenceSpreferably operating web presses but will 594-7525 between For details 850-557- OBO. 334-714-1543 r 334-790-7918
(WHealth, VAconsider oter printingress experience. High school graduate 6pm-9pm. Owner Is 3432/850-814-6515B Lts-Areageul Fat
or equivalent preferred. company benefits including medical, Licensed Real Estate TW OFS BteBan mt.10 H
PlParthnn ease apply at:stwn dental, eye care, prescription card, paid vacation, and 401K. Broker. Mobile Homes 17ft. 120 H/P
eiarthnon Healthcare of Blountstowno Ir4JacksonCo "HMercruiser
17884 NE Crozier Street Blountstown, Fl 3BR/1.5BA, Very nice. in Parks 757 acres @$1500/ac inboard/outboard
(850) 674-5464 (850) 674-9384-fax If interested send resume to Charlie Gibson, VP Production, Located on Nolandi N. Panama City S/S prop, Min-kota
Email: Street in Marianna. Monthly rentals NearCompass Lake 12 volttrolling motor
The Dothan Eagle, PO Box 280, Dothan, Alabama 36302 Kitchen appliances avail. Complete rent- Nice Timber Creeks hummingbird Dutchmen 40 ft.
Drug Free Workplace included. $700/mo, al appl.@ Arrowhead Rolling Hills, No depth/fish finder, 2 Travel Trailer'06
Safe Minimal Lifting Environment or entail to: firsthand last. Securi- CampSite.850-482- Clearcut Call Kane airated live wells, 38B-DSL Sleeps 8,
EOE ty deposit, 1 Yr lease 5583 ask for Cassie 850-509-8817 aluminum drive on 38B-DL leeps
and references re- big wheel trailer full 2 Slideouts, Loaded,
quired. No smoking. on es Waterfront anvas cover. $5,000. Like new. 20,500.
WALLACE COMMUNITY COLLEGE No pets. Avail. Octo- PrTownhoeOBO334-475-3806 334-406-4555
ber 1st. Call (850)P
ADMISSION/RECORDS ASSISTANT 594-7525 between Moomba 98" SkT B o.t
(WALLACE CAMPUS) 6pm-9pm. Owner is 2BR/2BA Lake Eufala er 000 3 14
Licensed Real Estate TOWNHOUSES 3I BA 4 BR Panoramic 8
The position will be based initially at the Broker. For renLFor info view$485, 000
Wallace Campus in Dothan. 4BR/2BA, Huge call 8-5. 850-209- (334)791-5578 ,
kitchen, app,,drapHuges 8531/482-1050
Minimum qualifications: incl. Clean, no pets.
Require associate degree; and two years' 850-482-4172 FIND recreation Fr.lin I1 , Heia..
office experience; willingness to work o4'.s._
non-standard hours as necessary; must be Austin Tyler & Assoc IT avnniig_. 2ER. garden
able to work in a general office setting Quality homes for tub vTh sh:.wer.
with computers and with other rent 850- 526-3355 FAST New 2009 Ba;s W .O, CHA L,:ts of
individuals. "Property Mgmt is ra.l:r PRO 16 extra's. $20K. 334-
Suour;ONLY Business" IN ur 25HP 347-4626/333-0309.
Salary: Twelhie-month position based on Nearly New 2 BR THE ELPT 4 Stroke Motor. Jaco '08 Eagle
education and experience commensurate Home- Hwy 90 E e times. All std 291RLTS, 5th wheel
with Saeary Schedule E4, 06 quipincld. 1,000 in rear living, dual
(range: $23,568 - $36,970).850-0/m $250 dep CLASSIFI ATVs . extras also incld. Pd eclners,free stand

January 4, 2010.
The position will be based initially at the
Sparks Campus in Eufaula.
Minimum Qualifications:
Require master's degree in
education-related field; and five years'
classroom teaching experience and three
years' experience working with business
and industry. Prefer excellent
communication skills; ability to design
and develop course materials and
presentations and ability to conduct
needs, job, and task analysis.
Salary: Based on education and
experience commensurate with Salary
Schedule C-2 for 12 months
(range: $63,431 - $94,863).
December 7, 2009.
The position will be based initially at the
Center for Economic and Workforce
Development in Dothan.
Minimum Qualifications:
Require bachelor's degree in education,
psychology, or counseling; experience in
the Adult Education and Family Literacy
Act program or GED testing.,
Prefer master's degree.
Salary: Based on education and
experience commensurate with Salary
Schedule C-3 for 12 months
(range: $38,290 - $71,024). Master's
degree commands higher salary.
January 4, 2010.
Monday, November 23, 2009. Applications
are available at or by
calling (334) 556-2484 or (800) 543-2426,
Ext. 2484, and should be submitted to:
DOTHAN AL 36303-0943
Wallace Community College is an Equal
Opportunity Employer and complies with
the Americans with Disabilities Act.

4052 Old Cottondale Rd. Marianna, FL
32448 850-526-4062, TDD/TTY 711
Immediate occupancy available on a 2 BR
handicap apartment. Rental assistance.
We pay water, sewer, & trash service.
Equal Housing Opportunity

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Education & Experience:
.High school diploma supplemented by specialized courses in jail
management, BS in Criminal Justice preferred, and 6 to 9 years
of progressively responsible experience as a correctional officer
and correctional duties; or an equivalent combination of
training and experience which provides the required
knowledge, skills and abilities. Closing date 11/16/09
Starting Salary $44,080
Education, Training, & Experience:
Minimum of two years of college with an Associates Degree in
Engineering Technology, or a technical or scientific field. Must
be able to prepare plans using AutoCAD and assemble
specifications in MSWord. Must have a valid FL drivers license
prior to employment. A comparable amount of directly related
experience may be substituted for the minimum educational
requirements. Closing date 11/16/09
Starting Salary $32,336
Education & Experience:
High School graduate, including or supplemented by course
work in automotive mechanics, and 2 to 3 years of experience
as an automotive mechanic; or any equivalent combination of
training and experience which provides the required knowledge,
skills and abilities. Must have a valid Florida Class B CDL with a
Hazmat endorsement prior to employment.
Closing date 11/16/09 Starting Salary $22,269
Education & Experience:
Must have a High School Diploma or equivalent with 1-2 years
experience in the safe operation of a Farm Tractor and Cutting
Head with hydraulic/electrical switches and driving a truck with
a loaded trailer attached. Must be able to be certified to
supervise state inmates. Must hold a valid Florida Class B CDL
prior to employment. Closing date 11/16/09
Starting Salary $17,236
Education & Experience:
High School graduate, or its equivalent with two years proven
experience working with automated systems, or an Associates
Degree in a field consistent with the responsibility of the
position. Must have a valid Florida drivers license prior to
employment. Closing date 11/16/09 Starting salary: $22,269
(We always accept applications for the positions
of Correctional Officer, EMT and Paramedic. These are
kept on file for a period of one year).
Submit Jackson County BOCC employment application to:
Human Resources Dept. 2864 Madison St., Marianna FL 32448,
PH 482-9633.
Drug-Free Workplace/EOE/V.Pref/ADA/AA


The New Marianna Gardens Apartments
Immediate occupancy on 3 BR
apartments with subsidy available.
3070 Carters Mill Road
Marianna, FL32446
850-482-5358, TDD/TTY 711
Equal Housing Opportunity

465� ACRES
10:00A.M. EST
Property#1: 221� Acres - Farmland,
Timber, Beautiful Country Home Sites
Property #243� Acres - Planted Pines,
Country Home Sites, Paved Road Frontage
Property_#. 200� Acres - Mature Pine
Timber, 16+ Acre Lake, Excellent Hunting
Property ## 8000� Sq. Ft.
Commercial Building
Property 5: 3150� Sq. Ft.
Commerical Building
Property#6: 1260� Sq. Ft.
Commercial Building
Property _# 1764t Sq. Ft.
Commercial Building
Property #8. City Commercial Lot, Zoned C-1
Call Vince Barfield 229-679-2223
or Steve Jackson 229-359-0719.
For Brochures or Information

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-1 ... Isl OBO. 907-687-7661. queen bed, slides,
Honda '07 420EX, like .i - . no smoking or pets,
new, automatic, 614 ' Like new! only $28K
hours. $3200.334- - 334-791-4192
798-2857. .
798-28S7 C .A REDUCED !!!
Dirtbike, 100 hrs, B ** ] 5th wheel,'08 Jayco,
$1000 6X12 enclosed Eagle, 291 RLTS & '07
trailer $1500 new Seacraft, '89 20ft Dodge 2500, 6.7 L Die-
cond. 850-447-2859 Center Console, boat, el w/ sliding hitch.
Honda 07' Foreman motor & trailer, 95 $51K. 334-791-4192
4wd, winch, ITP tires 225HP Johnson Mtr, REDUCED Montana
& wheels $5,200.334- Dual Axle Tr. w/ '05 5th Wheel, 4
774-7569 brakes,wh., runs slides, king bed,
nda TRX - well, very clean, exc. cond., $29,995.
Honda TRX 300 EX Great cond. $6,850. 850-547-2808
Bike is complete cus- 334-696-5505. -
tom with tons of ac- Sabre by Palamino
cessories incl. Red Skeeter 99' Bass '08, 28 ft 5th wheel
L.E.D.'s $2,300. O.B.O. boat. 115HP motor camper, 3 slides,
334-805-0816. trolling mot. & live many extras, clean,
Yamaha Kok 40 wells, good cond. sacrifice @ $29k 850-
4amaha Kodiak 400 $7,200. 334-886-9065 593-5675
4x4 $2250 OBO. 334-
726-4606 Watkins '79 27 ft.
8HP Yanmor, at Pt St. MotorHomes/RV
I. Boats Joe Marina, 27 north
dock. $9,500 334-897- Coachman '97
02 Chaparral Ski 2167 or 334-733-0020 Mirada, 31.5 ft., 37k
Boat, 99 hrs, 4.3L V6, Williams Craft '08 miles, good cond.,
190HP, garage kept, 60 horse four stroke, $15,000. 229-334-9413
alv trailer,ss prop, loaded. 334-618-3058 Concord Coachman
$17,000, 334-726-2081 '05 Motor Home. 23'
16ft. Bass Tracker Campers/Travel long 2700mi, Take
pan fisher stick - Trailers over payments.850.
steering elec anchors 593-5103
trolling motor fish '04 Mountaineer 5th Cruise Master LE, '05,
finder 40 Mariner wheel,34ft, 1 owner 36ftworkhorse chas-
motor $2,750. 334- $21,900 OBO w/'00 sis 8.1 gas engine,
793-3353Ford3/4 ton p/u 22k mi., no sink, 7kw
1999 17 foot Alumi truck $30,000850- gen. 3 sl, SAT, 2 TV, 2
craft, 50 HP Mercury, 482-5187/850-272- A/C, auto leveling, R
trailer, trolling mo- 0760 cam. Roadmaster
trailer, depth flinder, li tow/brake system,
we. $4500 334-312-l '06 Skyline, 30' Travel '05 Jeep Wrangler
11$4500 334-312- Trailer, excellent Unlimited, 41k mi,
0114 condition, sleeps 8. Auto air, 6 cyl, $75k
$9,000. OBO. 334-677- w/jeep. $60k without
3953/701-7648 jeep, both in great
cond. selling due to
Health. Fin. avail. @
Peoples First, WAC.
2D Bamon '96 31 ft,new
005 Boston Whaler tires, full tank of gas,
E 30 Sport, w/trailer5k miles, 2 well car
center console, KEYSTONE COUGAR caddie. $14, 500. 334-
flip/flop 60 gal. cool- '01, 1/2 Ton Towable 792-0619
er seat, 40 hp Mercu- Fifth Wheel, lots of
ry engine, trolling very lice, FORD '76 Class C
motor, depth finer, up grades,vy nice, Motorhome. Good
Bimini Top, $9,000. Reese hitch included, cond. 1 AC top needs
334-347-5511 Day, Like new. $10900 freon. For info. 334-
334-347-6045 Night 850-718-5243. 798-1768/701-5516
'97 Bayliner Cabin Monoco Knight '06,
Cruiser 23 ft , own- Save $251 or more.
er, excel. cond. pd Diesel. 4 slides, 4300
$40K will sell for Ani, many upgrades
$14,500K 850-209- THE CLASSIFIDS $159,700. 850-866-
1696/482-5867 2774


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MotorHomes/RVs Automobiles Automobile Automobiles Automobiles
For forW isSale for sale for Sale forSale
VOLVO '06 XC90,
Sn Ocean Race Edition.
#556 out of 800 man-
| ufactured. 20K miles.
Retails for $53,225.
will sell for $31,700.
Four Winds '99 Corvette 81 334-671-4124
S ew atew te wlbeny ua reMotor- home. 34ft. 2006 Mercury Grand Corvette '814
Excellent condition, Marquis. Great Con- Automatic 350 Lincoln'03 Towncar. VW'04 Beetle
20K, New tires, V edition. One Owner. (Silver) sell as is Well Maintained. All onvertableSuper
Less than NADA. $6500. OBO Service Records. harp. $250 down
Player-Ref- /Frez 334-793-0095 334-774-1915 $8995. 334793 0095. $209 per month Call
w/Ice maker, Water - 7 15Ron Ellis 714-0028
Shelter, raMazda 07'5 Grand 9eMMa05Gn
eates, chyondraulic orne '9 cob v, touring, exc cond re- Classics &Antiques
SJa cks, convection- tpewr 3 mh black
microwave oven - interior auto. 84k manning warn 48000
mbilee(, End U34- mi. black 9 a14,500.
lide out. $25,500 6 1 334-445-3652 or 256 Camero 72 Dragcar,
334-718-0460, 718- 452-8026 n477 C big block,
0793 Datsun '780Z 2+2, needs power glide,
0793 Dasun ge orig2 Mazda '89 RX7, non Best offer 850-526-
04 4 i 0 F ci EdgF orignKl oitnr. turbob, gold, GXE, 2290 days, eves. 850-
Phaeton, 07' 40ft.4 SELPlus loaded. speed, fuel injected, tro, go, G33-64-4985 9 99a31 850-
slide-outs, 15K mi. Leather, 17,000 miles. 180k miles, some $2
350 CAT diesel, 334 793 0095 rust, runs but needs Mercedes '04 Benz Chevy - 85 Silverado
Allison 6pwork. $2500 OBO 850- E320, sports pack- Completely restored
Sgen. 4 dr.Cfrig w/ Botok 579- 2136 Iv msg age, charcoal/blaok Excellent condition
icemaker, W/D int Oi interior. 59K miles. 350 Engine $10,000
motion satellite dish, I $17,000. 334-806-7190 Firm (334)389-0554
rear& side cameras, Mercedes '96 . M-B 1929 Gazelle kit

car. Garage stored. Model A 1929, 2 dr,
Many other door, 4 cylinder, excellent driver, has
$160,000. automatic, loaded, $matching trailer.
71,000 miles $5995. $15,000.850-482-6632
TIOGA 04 Motor 2007 Volvo 580 3.2 334-790-7959 850-596-8475
7293 miles 4KW Onan roof, $23,500. 334 Dodge '85150 Royal Mer es '97 Benz
Gen., very clean 685-1070 SE, Automatic Slant E420 133K $6,500
38,000 334-687-9663 6, original 70K m West Main Car Sales PONTIAC- 67GTO
Acura '06 MDX, tour- $2500 OBO 850-447- LLC 1919 West Main Excellent condition.
l Tioga Arrow 27ft ing edition. 63K 2856 . St. 334-699-5880 $20,000 OBO. BLUE
Motorhome'86, 1 miles. evcel cond.. $200 lded a mni . L
white Auto.8 cyl. new t re. $22 300. - Nissan '05 Altima, 2.5 WHITE. (334)389-0554
Powbrakes & steer- 334-434-040 4., 5_5 speed, 31V. m. 0
runs well, low 482.2994
miles Fair cond.Has NISSAN '06 Altima
leak damage. $6000. Special Edition.
850 526 2840. Ford 03Explrer 4 62.300k. all power.
G e t it door 109K mi. ood sunroof, tinted i
twsporftl0on cond in & our.$5100. oows, tit. cruise. al-
BMW '00 3231 102K OBO 334-494-3555 'oy wheels. sch
$8,750 West Main 334-494-2784 mantanice at dealer
Car Sales LLC since i bought looks '06 HD Dyna Wide
1919 West Main St. Ford '03 MustangGT good, and runsgreat Glide-FXDWG. Black.
(334) 699-5880 convertible., 69k 62,300 miles, 4 door, Like new. customs.
miles. auto. Garage automatic transmis- 6600 mi. $14,750. 404-
R ight ight kept, $10,800 OBO. sion, Like New condi- 578-1482 jeff@
R ight he Te ig0 , CarSeeker 334-596- 9966 tion, metallic blue ex-
ternor, charcoal inte- 2003 Z125, bought
all of the tim e. rior, 2WD, a/c, a/c, alarm 2003 YZ15 bought
alloys, am/fm, CD, new in 2005, has less
all II f the tim e. Avton cruise, driver airbag, 2007 YZF20 geat
1946 Sport Pilot BMW '00 325ci Conv. S, PW, sun roo shapeand wellmain-
Ercoupe. Surf 89K $10,900 West $11,00036305 tained.4000. uy Main Car Sales LLC (334)618-4741 both for $5500.
/eaachapter193/E41 1919 West Main St. FORD '09 Mustang jdriverO24@hotmal.c 334-726-3842
resq.htm or email 334-699-5880 Bullitt, Highland om
pwood2128h@yahoo. BMW '98 740iL, blue / Green, 1000 mi, Nissan '07 Altima
com for more tan, exc. 82K, garage Loaded, warranty, 2.5SL, Black, 34,200
information kept, $11,500. 334- Still new. $26,500., mi., bose stereo,
Flight Club Share '83 347-2868. 334-790-9431 moon roof, spoiler,
Cessna 172 & 182 leather int. very
hangard in Mar. exc. Ford '93 Taurus, runs � clean, Like new, 2006
cond. $2000 850-569- good, needs AC, $20,500 obo, 334-372-, 2006 Hon a 350
2969 $2200. 1-334-475-1723 0702 or 334-432-0302. Rancher, Like New,
Never in mud. Very
Automobiles Misc Ford '93 Taurus, runs BUY MEm LOW hours $3600.
AutoF.ood, needs AC. 693-0302/790-0416
Bu, '05 Le Sabre Nissan '08 Altima '92 Goldwing, 60k
tible auto, 405 HP Limited 60K $9,995 Ford 95' Mustang,Co- white/ray interior miles, red, exc. paint
12-CD changer w/ West Main Car Sales nvertable $2500 850- sunroo, aloywheels & runningcond.
Bose sound sytsem. LLC 1919 West Main 726-0256 26K miles. $17.000. $7000 850-445-2915
58K mi. Black w/ St (334) 699-5880 334-693-0830 leave message
black leather. Cadillac '94 Nissan '08 Sentra Custom Motorcyle
$24,000. 334-299-3739 Fleetwood. Top corr Like New! Must Sell! Trailer5X8 $750.
edition. 334-693-3980 $200 down $219 per 256-201-1657.
Chevrolet '02 Camaro. month Call Ron Ellis Harley '00 Dyna Wide
V6 engine metlic ord 96' mustang A (334)714-0028 Glideblue/silver,
V6egs.obllFr'95 gA-5200 miles. $9,500.
blue. 1611k miles, to V-6 runs good oldsmobile9 Cut 334-596-1694
$5000. good cord. power windows, lass SL, all pwr, AC,
Sorvette 96' Collec seat, & door locks. candy apple red, new HARLEY Davidson '01
tor addition factory 334-797-2706 CD, ext. set of rims. motor, perfect Road King Police,
hard & soft tops au- CHEVROLET '03 $3,500. OBO 334-632- condition. $2500 16,500 miles. White,
to, loaded, 102K mi. Monte Carlo SS, 0127 / 334-797-9115 MUST SEE! 334-648- clean & shop kept.
beautiful car, exc. Black Auto., 6-cyl., saramyshelleturner@ 5817 $11,000. 334-774-3663
cond, $11,900. 334- 72K miles, Loaded, HARLEY Davidson'03
684-2006 Sun- roof, Leather n- Ford '98 Mustang Co- RoadKing, 5 95" stage
terror. Very clean'. gps, oil
One Own- er $8,800. bra, conv, 5 spd, 2, security, gps, oi
334-299- 3430. $7,900. 334-632-1100 cooler, many extra's.
blP Honda '0 Accord EX, $10,500.334-803-5008
S black, leather, un- Harley Davidson '07
roof, very nice, Pon c '01 Grand Am RoadKing Classic,
A-ris t$10,500.334-726-1215. 114Kc3,995 West Excel., 6700 miles,
FORD '05 500 SLE, Main Car Sales LLC Extra's! $14,300.
12ft metal tree stand, Ashley Furniture- Electric Space Heat- Homedics Massaging Q Ashley Bed Frame- Red, great cond. 41K .1919 West Main St. 334-369-8139
2 sections, $40 850- Solid Wood.Chest of er, almost new, $15 Cushion w/control, Solid Wood. Beautiful miles, 6-CD sound 334-699-5880
579-8875 Drawers.Nice. $375 850-526-5949 ood cond. $30 850- $375 (850)209-7780 system $11,500 OBO Chevrolet '08 Malibu Pontiac '06 Vibe
2 4x6 oriental rugs, (850)209-7780 Eureka Vacuum $10 272-5558 - Satin Gown w/jack- 334695-3550 LT, Maroon with gray Great Gas Saver
both for $140 850- Ashley Furniture- 4' mounted baracuda Kirby vacuum $45 et. Black. Size 10. FORD '06 F150 Super- interior,'4 cylinder, Nice Car $300 down
866-1700 Solid Wood dresser $45 850-866-1700 850-482-8347 $75. 850-482-7375 cab 5.4 V8 loaded,, CD, onstar, Hona '06 Acc$199 per mother
with mirror. $385 20k miles, $17,000 sunroof, 11,000 miles. H a all Steve Hatcher'07
2 corner/end 85209-7780 Evening gown- Black KitchenAid Food Pro- Shelfs. Painted black, 772-631-5065 factory $1, 1334-797-0987G Hybrid. Loaded. (334) 791-8243 Harley Davidson '07
tables,(This En Up velvet Sown/white cessor w/pulse con- 50 x 24 x 9. Like New. warranty Pontiac'98 Grand Am Road King Custom,
Furn. Co) all wood Audiovox Cruise trai). Size 8 $75. trol & accessories. $25. 850-579-4476 N '0h8vroFSt t9333ap- 4ess9 han IDA. 75Dda 0 It P Ylw -d
$50850-526-3365 Control- still in box, (850)482-7375 t$958&0-cess26-3 25 .6 HONDA '08 Fit Sport,C, 334-793-0095 $n75down,0%inter- Pearl Yellow, 6-spd.,
$5 85-2-36 otrol-sti(5 0)$95850-526-3365Silver, 5-spd. 4-cyl.2 rice, white, 70K0K est. Daylight Auto Fi- 3000 mi. Loaded. Like
34 pc. Thai bronze 850-569-2194fits most cars Executive desk chair Lifestyler Expanse Shelves- W. 13500K Loaded, miles, extra clean, Honda'06 Civic, Gray nancing 1-80-470- new! Always covered
flatware set horn 850-569-2194 $40850-482-8347 850 Treadmill $250 Office Shelf Unit very clean, Like new. new tires, $4300. 4dr, a/c, 5sp, power. 0650 9am/9pm and garage kept.
handles-like 5 new $85 Baby car seat, great Fiberglass swimming 850-482-7443 32x13x32 $15 $14,750. 333-7555. 334-792-8018 69,500 ml., Good ogas ' E nud sndowner
850-592-2507 cond. $20850-482- ool slide, includes (850)579-4476 mileage & condition. Rane'99 Rover HSE Inludes sundowner
3 JBL 12's in box, 5257 adder $30 (850)482- Lilac satin gown.$11,500.334-243-4166 46 seatw/backrest,
1600 watt base amp Bissel Easy Vac, no 7022 Floor-length; beaded ShowcasesWood Duro Cross, Crew, 334-693-3978 Honda '07 Civic 797-07680, windshield, rush
& 400 watt amp, $500 bag vacuum, like bodice.Size 6. $75.00. 2 @ 6', 1 @ 12'. $175. Cab, V8, Loaded, 32K 334-693-3978 Honda '07 Civic 797-0768 mufflers. $15,995.
FIRM& at850-209-7051 bag cu Festaware, 8 cups/ 850-482-7375 850-579-4476 $14,500. 334-791-0646 CHEVY '943500Pick Coupe Touch screen ** Reduced: LEXUS 334- 393-0064
9 sup, V8 (350) auto, GPS navigation sys- '92 Runs great!
4 White wicker bar 594 colors, $20. Lilac satin own with Small helves- 30 x Automobiles cold air, runs great tem, DVD player, 26K Looks good! $4,000,
stools $65 850-866- Bears-Ren 850-447-4212 beaded bod ice. Size 12 x32 Shelf unit, $15 for Sale 600718-3257 ml., black, $13,000 Jack 239-464-0985
Boyd Bears- Resin for Sale $1600. 718-3257 -mi., black, 13,000 Jack 239-464-0985
1700 Christmas, bears & Floor Tile, 8X8- 6. $75.00. (850)482- (850)579-4476 sler95 Sebrig, 786-223-2278.
56" Multi-colored so- bunnies, $5 each. brown, unglazed, 7375 Table- Brass Table 2004 Honda Civic EX, sunroof Ithr, 2DR , Honda 08' Civic LX REDUCED
fa $85 850-482-8347 850-592-2507 125 pcs.$10. Medical Books, used, with Carpet top Only 65,955 miles. coupe, AC all power Clean, low miles,
6 Window A/C Units Carrying case for 850-592-2507 several titles, $30 ea comes apart $35 Like New. $11,500., great cond., 648-5817 $14,500. 334-790-7055
$15 to $75 obo. Call Singer Universal Food Saver Vacuum 850-272-5558 (850)579-4476 Call 718-5251 Chrystler '05 Cross HONDA '87 ACCORD HARLEY DAVIDSON
for more information. Sewing Machine, Sealer, V2480 w/ ex- Table, oval, metal & fire Convertable 12k silver hatch backCRH L20 SO
482-8290 $10.850-447-4212 tras..$65. 850-447- Meter Pole for mo fire Convertable 12k silver hatch back,tster
428e $E 8a 4721 s4 5 bile home, complete, wood, 66x40x29, $25. - - miles, auto. white. 5sp. a/..'c. Good '08 1200 Sportster
Airwaves Plus Exer Charlie Brown Books 4212 like new, $125. 850-579-4476 mint cond black top. conditin.3.200. Cuor. 10 mes.
cise Bike by & Ceramic Think Fridgadaire- Refrig 850-593-6856 Table, Trest- 515,900 850209416 334-803-219. Dothan we rranry. Like new.
Vitamaster, $25 850-Chta 0&UP.16.5CFt r Table, Trestle Style.Mercury06 Montego 9.200. 3347024778.
Vitamaster $25 850 Christmas $10 p. 16.5 CF top freezer 48x3x29.Wood.$25Honda '93 Accord. Premier. loaded, 25
482-7443 850-592-2507 $100 (850)579-4476 New Chrome Phoenix 850-579-4476 - reen4.door. cold avg. MPG. like rew
4" faucet w/shower 850-579-4476 green. 4 door. cold avg. MPG. like new
AM/FM cassette CHEVY truck hood. Gazelle Freestyle diverterw, rod & head TIRES & RIMS.8AC. ne 7 engine. 101K miles. I owner.- 0
stereo $20 850-569- fits 1998-04 Chevy Xtreme Heavy Duty dve$3800. 334-792-8018 $8215. 334-794-0553
te2194 SlO$20/Blazer569- fts19 Cno rust Exeriser $1e e for MH or clawfoot 30X9.50 R15 LT ON 6 20u4 i-r.nda Civic (H), 334-714-0590(C)
2194 S Ba5rn ust6 Exerciser $150 850- tub. $40 850-594-4921 LUG RIMS SET OF 4 Ld e new. Sell Below
Antique hand carved $100 (850)482-2 482-7443 $200 (850)482-2636 A. 33 93-005 Suaru 1993 right
white washed oak Construction Heater, Gold/Glass makeup iorer co rd $200 (850)482-2636 T4'on A. 334rv93-01). e ' 0 S euba , 1e9 nranh ,
chair $100I850-866- 35,000 BTU 569850- table w/mirror $20 pni n2 L,'rlrn CTLo1ed C7 Ato. eive steering
Apple theme kitchen Couch & Love Seat- Heater/Fireplace- Old records 45's 482-8347 reedat ,Crdsell WLike NewlVictohd many i more. .new copper-blackLo.6-spd
items. Call for more Comfortable Couch Amish Heater Fire- $2/ea, 78's $3/ea Wedding Dress sz 16, 12,44. Call 6184533 Warranty.38,750 Hyunda 05 Sonata parts, low mileae 1300 mi. Loaded.
info. $150 obo. and Love Seat $25 place Like New $200 OBO 850-482-4944 sequined w/sleeves $2,4 3W .3478Hyundai N05 Sonata parts, low mileage Like new. $16,600,
(850)482-8290 (850)579-4476 (850)579-4476 Princess House Crys- 100850-526-3743 immaculate. Only Ford '99 Taurus, 4 loaded, sunroof, 229-524-2451 334726-6799.
Ashley Night Stand- Dining Table w/8 Lg Rotisserie oven, tal itenus. Mint condi- Winnie the Pooh 20,200 miles. Below door, all power, 110k leather, excellent, Harley Davidson '08
Solid Wood. Nice. $85 chairs, beautiful $100 $75 000 850-526- tion. Call for info. $15 walker, $15 850-482- Book. One Owner. miles. Great shape 122K miles, $5995. Toyota '04 Sequoha, HElectra Glide Classic,
loaded. Great Condi-
(850)209-7780 850-272-5558 5221 to $40 each. 482-8290 5257 Call 632-0144 $3,200 334-685-0560 334-790-7959 tion.$18,000 OBO. 400mie Iyear
3Y warrenty left.
T . 334-796-7092 $17,000. 334-618-4430
' -Toyota '07 Corolla LE Harley Davidson'08
Loaded. Great Gas Low Rider, less than
Mileage 5500 down 3K m. black, warran-
$250 per month ty-perfectcond.
Call Syeve Hatcher ty p trcn.
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$5,795 West Main Car TOYOTA '08 Camry, Harley Davidson '95
Sales LLC 1919 LE, cert. preowned, Ultra "Classic Elec-
West Main Street drk gray, 24,500 mi., tric Glide 30 yr anni-
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Copyrighted Material $17,7 19as
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Jaguar '02 type X 3.0 .
Sport $8495 West kswagen '05
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miles, 40MPG, load- Orange 1200R, Vance
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Volkswagon '69 Duel mi $7,995. 794-8037
LEXUS'00 ES300 98K Port 1600, eng. over- Honda '02 Shadpw
$6,900 West Main Car haul Dec. '08. New tie Spirit, 750cc, very
Sales LLC 1919 rod, ball joints, steer- good cond., 5,000
West Main Street ing dampner, no ma- miles, $2,750.
(334) 699-5880 orrust. $2300. 334-792-5650
A. LEXUS '99 LX 470, 334-718-L188 YAMAHA '08 V V-star
White, 154K miles, Yamaha '07 FZ1 low 250, burgundy, 1836
Excellent Condition miles. 2K mi. $5,500. miles. $2695. 334-693-
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flamur ed. end l ..hi dg. Needs some work.
addi . c r Bushho�Bushhog 9044, field 2,500.334-735-5404 Go wiyourinsianduse
$ 5d J0 e0 . r34 . 9 2 . - 3 4 433 ,f a k o n C
$4'300,riai 34'v:,*3337 .i elt.r Iepi iheMCaassirsloday.
or 796. 5421- -Y $ 1'i OBC1. 3 34 Chevy '71 El Camino,
1.'474?..,r 314554471 350 Engine, $7500 JACKSONCOu FLRIDAN
- .lou (;,r Son d,,t.i.r
44'1.) M otor Scoot-ir 2572 850- 594-3282 (850) 526-3614
.05. 25 , milues. Farm Equip. 7500 Chevy '94 2500 ser- (80) 77t-2557
$1Hi6E.1 ) ss50. 256. 1638 LJ;eelijonPdreut ppick ies, regualr cab, AT,
...l etSUZUKI nd93MGSXSl48eep ,er $1850. 6000 good condition. $2800
. c. r rSUZUK s Cri oGL CrOr. Throl LTmir5d Lissilton Peanut pick- ow80.334-677-3953 or
e$2e500. or r. li for"1 93, 16.i 5 W.i-t l er$1000.726-4661. 334-701-7648 e8ad
Il'9V L.I-. - -.' 580ii Lilliston 6000, field Chevy '95 Silverado
ready, shelter kept. Extended Cab Notices
1 .$2Jeep 's WrI,-,,ler . 5$1000.334-347-4283 Pickup. Leather,
har.a, 6,, I., ,autoItt- or 334-447-2572 Power Everything!
, har op ., $3,500 OBO. Call LF14739
rise. 75 MASEY Ferguson (334)983-9285 and
1$'2.�95 OBO 334" 240 model '85 41 HP an NOTICE OF
- 1 r 797 deisel tactor$5,900 leave a message. NOTICEOF
TriumphDav 305-766-8261 Dodge '03 2500 SLT, SHERIF SALE
Bikecr PALMER '99 26 ft 4x4, Cummins deisel,.
i aDump Trailer $13,900 leather seats, crew NOTICE IS HEREBY
tires, brke 33 619-1041,334-687- cab, brush grd, 155K GIVEN that pursuant
693.930 or u;0L"SP 85835 mi, $13,700.445-6027 to a levy issued in
r Dodge '08 Quad cab, the Crcuit Court of
. . . '' ",. Vans 5.7 Hemi, loaded. Jackson County, Flor-
S$16,500.334-796-8174 ida on the 14th of
tJeep 0? Vrr1Fr r7 ae Septem1 ' tber 2009 in
SUV. 5.pd. E*,i. 4 Dodge'98 Ramr 1500 the cause wherein
' WD. ab 6s e, Gr . 'o . d. Barr i t Recovery
Yasah A IAN InAereDalyight5lAu- Corporation, is plain-
"Ya "aha Vm3- 7G oFinancing. 1830. tiffl and Michael R.
anri;v. djitior n rn Jeep 16 Wrangir 047.06)50 9am 9prm Jones and Joyce A.
Slame redecel. hr . i. . ne... are defend,-
lme red, e har top. 6 . C. ants. being Case
cond., 6K mi.. 119 cc,4.W . A,'C, ,-ruise
ond., mi.. W. C r Chrysler '02 Vager Number 16-89-650 in
& incld . sisv bar. ontrm 3..K mi Vail. ,,lt .lir. icaded. sald court, I, Louis S.
guard..:Amr7 & cri. 1" E id .0 ci ,' l lE,elro. Roberts. III as Sheriff
ch5er. $62LP 334- 3E34.693.3424 ?1e01. $4'e9,. 334.791-7959. of Jackson County
L3a. e3585AP4 cr email 5153 e li Florida have levied
MkeFordr.6Fmor11 net sSup2on 31l the right, ti-
BUY M E! 0Ford' F681 WlO' Mp tie. and interest of
B Y MEf y oW side, REDUCED, the akoove named De-
m MiLi ST SELL, ru . ferdants, Michael- R.
SA grat i5 m blac. Jones and Joyce A.
Roadstar 1700cc, Jonesp. in and to the
Black, Motorcycle. CHRYSLER '3) T,:,wn 34-671-3772. tollo;ng described
v 5000 miles. Vance Lexus 's00 Ri:i]ll sh eCulrtrv LX. 555.000 FORD -.7. F 100. 350. Property t, to-wit:
Hines Exhaust Sys- $8,995 West Main Car mi, Loaded, Great V8, long wheel base,
Hinesxaus - ales LLC 1919 West cond. $8500. auto, ps/pb,runs & 2002 Ford F-150 Truck
tem. 4 helmets andi Main St. 334-699-5880 334-677-3613. looks good. $2,500. V i n #
gel cushion. One Tahoe 07 LTZ 55K mi. Chrysler '06 Town & 334-735-5404 1FTRX18W92NA96170
owner, garage kept. black w/tan int. fully County touring, FORD'77 F100 and on the 2rd day
Like new. $8000. loaded, nay. $28,500 handicap assessable 6cy., short wheel of November, 2009 at
334- 618-5833. 334-333-6401 ,37K miles, loaded, base, �Runs & looks the Jackson County
$22,000. 334-791-0182 good.$2,500.00. Sheriffs Office, 4012
Chrysler '95 Voyager. 334-735-5404 Lafayette Street, Ma-
O V6, auto, seats 8, rianna Florida 32446
"` power, am/fm cass. W.i lacaTn County
S- H a n nrw tirp. NJOW Florda. at the hour
197o"060 650z92 of 9:30 am. CST or as
286,2 _son thereafter as
.opoGE.ble. I will offer
DODGE 2001 CAPA- or sale all of the said
'VAN WHiTe COLD Defndrians. Michael
AiR-NEW TiRES ExC FORO '66 F350 ton R.JonesandJoyceA.
OlND $2600 3r0-4-718-i. lsrid dumptruck,6 R. Jones and Joyce A.
325 c 4 p. $3,900 trade Jones, rights, title, in-
lor tV 4x4 229-334" eterest, in the afore-
Ford '6 1Vii-.tar Van. 8c20.J 334- 355-1202 said property at pub-
J -diride. Iearthsr . t.%r lic outcry and will
-eas.. p'%r tSeriiig. Ford 86'shortwheel sell the same, subject
u. al.airt-ag. cargo truck $1000. 334-693- to all prior liens, en-
-:rri-ir nriuded. 3978 cumbrances, and
i 4074c3] Ford397 - judgments, if any, to
-, Ford '97 Ranger Ext. the highest and best
.NINUFF ....-.--. - .;. " Cab, runs great bidder or bidders for
080 t ,,. $3400i CASH. Ineiproceeds
Upholstery & gol OSO 134-377 1 - so pplied as far
FinancialPlanning I Upholstery& Weigh Loss Moving&Store Self Staeorage Roofing Services Offered I GMC 1:,0 S. rra 20 ams ostsa
Sili Coveira Rooficg R :.cb. 79K me,-,rnSot of costs and
SlipCovers Services 0uSJ. -334.96.2,005 shr sa0;sfaction of
J. FORD('04 Wrhse EF150 she ,.aD o.-described
DBestway MARIANNA Simply Cor,.er,.,:n.42KT, e, .
Pot- .......i -sri-a re-r. did. seats In Ar.crlance with
SPortable Buldi1s : METAL Silksoetc , 7. 1d.-O i'11.000 th, American ,with
o,,, bc -110112I disabilit;es act, per-
P 611,I' "" ROF IN G, INC." i I Ford mnot. .sons with disabilities
-HELP! ' ' ' e ,ir. i0,, erJuing special ac-
WITHOUTIET,--- ,',A..... I .;5 ,,,,-. ,t ii GMC '8 S150(i C. commuidation to par-
34) 2585128 EXERISE, SURGERY,' ,, - DayIgnAutoFi- Excellentrunning ticipate in thispro-
&ehic eXEORCPILLSEUGEears,.... ,-,arcing 1-800-470- condition. Restored, ceeding should con-
rOffic ee & Vehicle ' OR PILLS 'c..30 Years in Blsines " n / 9am/9pm $3000 0o0. tact the A.D.A. coor-
cal O n upholstery : .We M,,,g r Bu, ,. GMC'98 Savannah Hi 334-677-6715 dinator telephone
....nnaU.l.s.l1-teR NM ! i 's5 Pn IiF A top* t,:, van leather. - number 850-482,9624
.Marianna, FL =Resdetal Cleaning :b . I.... '
Call TODAYfor 31 t aM.- than .J.ven (7) days
, .Dli,,Call TODAYtor ' ,,.. ..i3._ 33.9rth4 prior to the proceed-
Adult CareServices iN ,,,l, ii s.-,, Classifieds have what ... .pired. (TO3 1-800-
ri , I0 ' (Home Improvement) (Home Improvement pmr!cl. (TOD) 1-800-
Excavatin Lawn Services -(01,rpo +,W, % V'iomvi you are looking for, 955 s87o, via the
E 0ca. .. .HOME REPAIRS HAPPY HOME lMC'95G U ,'un Fl,:rld Relay Service.
,, i r,,,, BY REPAIR Investment rd.. 2dor. i-7,k DATED October 28,
Manu aciuredFor H O M EW O RK S 25 Years Experience ", i 3, 10, ]s1:'.'o 2U' "7'
Hedge11 Trimming WELCOE back.
4 but ye iBatition Io To Roo " ousSe needs Navistar2'98 Eagle, 1

n r o' x tor Ein g , , * p r ay a TRANSMISSION with 525E Cummings By:LINDA J COWAN
i giant the best � Dump TrGeneral Repairs Emergency Service and will not drive, engine, new tires,.all Deputy Sheriff
covers oi , Bulldozer 4571 eiiamy Bridge Rd . 334-699-8788. excellent running LF14736
o se PYMarianna, condition. $10,500.
keep oirl itimlber , Demolition 850-594-7312 " I n s iimrp sii 8n35,-.'3m-1 34. TWNO F GREEN-
� e3485072 or 334. TOWN OF GREENAC
ol haml, il casCe Debris Removal Cell: 850-573-1493 Chock ount le Cleoofdo u t' .... , 'i6, NUMBER 2009-02
you ever,,eeds , R Petention Ponds GIVE US A RING,.. Handyman ServicesJ OLD GUNSll '_ , ,N aA ORDINANCE
20-25 /os s xp. XGrading Floorg Sales & Home 7e(850)e2n-2701 N GREENWOOD, .FLORI-
20-2.5 rers Graing Foo .ngSales& om Call today to place i Frontier DA, AMENDING SEC-
Levelent * Siing I Pole Barn your item in the ASK ABOUT 9hNISSAN ." ',Tl r TION 4.2 OF ORDI-
R eSiil * Fill Dirt *Kits classifieds. the FREE HAPPY HOME towing pkge. Lots of REPEALING ORDI-
Please CallGail Gravel ENERGY AUDIT! REPAIR store. space. 1 owner Cab, NANCE 2005-04,
Hm: 482-5424 . Land Clearing Locally Owned '850' 526-3614 SPECIALS $10,200s 34-805-0818ING AND COLLEC-
Cell: 264-1793 rs Exprince Loaded. TION PROCEDURES
Nadine Since 1960 Ti Ale M ei ln 0 (800) 779-2557 TitSr �'u n Floor To Roof FOR WATER AND
Hm: 592-4001 . oetssi-8 O Big Or Small Jobs $6,500. GARBAGE SERVICE,
Cl:5718 * IAhseSame Day PLYMOUTH '96 Grand OBO. 334- SEVERABILITY, PRO-
name t g I ' I ' (i7 .ame Day Voyager, 4 new tires, VIDING S REPEALER,

Classified has itll Drywall & Sheetrock r r "Handyman Services Wat to ore milee33.- $i750 TIVE DATE

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li IN( 170 A. IiISC(iV FR *A dditions AVAILABLE Nis.n .ii Fr,:,rl =r SE I.. P... at a. uly a.d -

Air Conditioners II3( SHY e M i SPRI9-40 N* Decks Repairs & Additions 4x4 CC all power, ing at which a uo
S A ppliance 3i Years Experience Mon-Fri 9-4:30Noon T Remodeling keyless, cruise, tilt, rum was present and
FRiled STIITre Roofing a Energ EfficIency ttow pkg $16,435 amavrajority voted in
Supplies R i . g Place a Energy Efficien 3 7966745 favor, this day
Q l IT I,'II O RK i IT ''S id in g M A, C /C , 3. D SEcis er AcOep Itd of 2009.
YourLocalOR ' Carp ntr Wor ClassifiedAd ess 611,otn51 95 Ford F-800 dump
YourLocal , fEstimates * Caarpen. try102 truck, lo miles, a u-ST
Goodman& Call Randy to, diesel, $11,500.0ATTEST:
6Am Dstror & oay!cell 693-0566 334-894-2315 or 464- I ,
Amana Distributor office 42-735 31. N COUNCIL OF
AC&Heating Auto&Cycle Computer GREErjWOOD. FLORI-
Tired of High Contractors Services Bulldozing Service& Repair Construction Decorating D c.
Electric Bills. I.*G A TSK N I GRANT'S K I's INTERIOR Nissan 09'Titan SE Suzanne M. NeSmith,
Try our 16 SEER - I COMPUTER REPAIRS DESIGN V8 KingCab Black TownClerk
Amana system with Land Clearing, Inc. Microsoft windows Room additions & Auto trans only 5K Charles Sanders,
Air Conditioners LanCerdtlied ,ome romoideinig Deimrti .ing fir mi. Factory Warr. Mayor
lifetime condenserService A, FL Destop Laptop Bathroom & O vi power windows,
lifetime coe850 -62-9402 Klchien Upgrades. li Io , lock, Tilt Cruise, bed A copy of the entire
warranty. All Appliance Cell T85082.�5055 Repais sei lL " liner, running bds ordinance can be re-
All Appliance E * Free PickLp, Delivery, Sp lk-iln S, ower.ri'" (hiii s. '$25,995 OBO 714-1142 viewed at the Town
Act oSuppliers WE OFFER COMPLETE C ad IstalatiBarns, Porchos, Toyota 09 Tundra, STERLING '05 Tri-Axle Street, Greenwood,
Act Now for a /e dn/ae i. AND , Ca 850-5263964 Foor s & iding. I lorA'lA 1s $16,500, clear title, Dump Truck $47,500 lorida. If you have
D15 T EMIODN, CP NDDII to s setup anlpoinl t onreo Foing R I', Excellent 619-1041, 334-687- questions pleasecall
IERVI V ...'Granlt, Ow1) Drlveway.;,Pads Conditio , 5835 Charles Sanders or
(850) 482-6565 E2900 Borden St. SEaVICS wmYW OVER u iy s dewayne41 live. Sz Charnne Ms NeSmit
850 48234594 1 (850) 73-1880 COn Cl sif6eds h w a t own Hall 8 0-
.M' 8,,50-5263964 323-892-0861 yOU re looking or 594-1216.

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Marianna Orthopedic Clinic and Jackson Hospital team up to welcome our
new Orthopedist and Sports Medicine Specialist, starting in practice on
November 9, 2009.

A board-certified and fellowship-trained orthopedic surgeon, Dr. Bleday is accepting
referrals for sports medicine and arthroscopic surgery, joint replacement, shoulder surgery,
and hand and foot surgery.

Dr. Bleday will reside in Marianna, and he has joined the Medical Staff of Jackson Hospital.

He is a Dartmouth-trained medical doctor, who completed his orthopedic residency at Penn
State Geisinger Medical Center, and served a Sports Medicine Fellowship. He is a Fellow of
the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons, American College of Sports Medicine,
American College of Foot & Ankle Surgeons, certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist
NSCA, and Diplomat.of the American College of Foot & Ankle Surgeons and the American
Board of Orthopedic Surgery.

To schedule an appointment call (850) 526-3236 or visit
Marianna Orthopedic Clinic and Sports Medicine
3051 6t Street, Marianna, FL 32446

850-526-2200 I

Marianna Orthoped0l Clinclr
Sport Medlcln
(850) S26-3236

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