Jackson County Floridan

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


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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
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empties store
An unfounded bomb threat
emptied the Wal-Mart
Supercenter in Jackson County
for about two hours Monday
night, according to Major Donnie
Branch of the Jackson County
Sheriff's Office.
Just before 7 p.m., an employ-
ee received a call from someone
who said there a bomb would go
off at the store in two hours,
Branch said.
She notified a manager, and the
store was evacuated. Law
enforcement and other emer-
gency teams were notified, and
came to inspect the building for
suspicious objects.
With nothing found and no
apparent suspicious activity
around the store, shoppers and
store personnel were allowed
back inside by 9 p.m.
The' caller sounded like a
Hispanic male to the person who
picked up the line, Branch said.
Law enforcement authorities are
trying to determine where the call
originated from and ask that any-
one with information in the case
call 482-9624.

Searchers head out from their staging area near Brown Street in Chipley Monday. - Mark Skinner /

The baby who disappeared
from her home in Chipley
Saturday was
still missing
ag of late
despite a
search for the
An Amber 'Shannon Lea
alert was Dedrick
issue ed
Sunday for seven-month-old
Shannon Lea Dedrick.
She was reported missing by
her parents around 11:30 a.m.
Shannon is believed to have
disappeared between the hours
of 3 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. that
The Jackson County
Sheriff's Office and the
Graceville Police Department
are assisting other Washington
County law enforcement agen-
cies in the search for the baby.
Anyone who has informa-
tion that could help locate
Shannon is asked to call the
Washington County Sheriff's
Office at 638-6111.

Hundreds turn out for spectra


Roughly 1,300 people
came out to the Spirit of the.
Caverns event last Friday
and Saturday, according to
Florida Caverns State Park'
Ranger Billy Bailey.
Down the -Haunted
Legends Trail, a new offer-
ing this year in the annual
Halloween weekend event,
visitors saw the ghostly
Bride of Bellamy Bridge,
played by twb actresses
from Chipola Collage
Friday and Saturday.
Bailey took two major
roles himself. One night, he
played Andrew Jackson,
who marched his troops
through Jackson County in
1818 on the way to
Pensacola, in a battle
against Spaniards for con-
trol of Florida.
The Civil War's Battle of
Marianna was also re-
enacted, with the local
Sons of the Confederacy
playing soldiers skirmish-
ing in the woods.
'Bailey also played the
role of Edward Barnes, a
project foreman with the
Civilian Conservation
Corps unit largely respon-
sible for developing most
of the Caverns facilities
and preparing the touring
cave back in 1938. The
unit, No. 2415, was made
up of veterans from World
War I. Caverns assistant

As the Burning Bride of Bellamy Bridge, also known as Stephanie Calix, voices her
displeasure about the state of her marriage Confederate and Union zombies were
roaming the wobds in search of Bigfoot Saturday at Florida Caverns State Park.

manager Ferlain Hoover
built a replica of Bellamy
Bridge out of iron, and
propane was used to set it
on fire, to spotlight the
Bride of Bellamy Bridge as
she searched for her hus-
band in the night.
Along with beauty came

the beast,, as Florida's ver-
sion of Big Foot, the
"Skunk Ape," put in an
appearance. Skulking
through the woods, he was
"wounded" once by a
Confederate soldier Friday,
but got away to live anoth-
er night in local legend.

Members of the local
chapter of the Sons of the
American Revolution were
also on hand, dressed in
period clothing and offer-
ing visitors information
about history and their
organization. The Florida
Division of Forestry and

Bigfoot looks for an opportune time to put in an
appearance at Florida Caverns State Park Saturday
night. - Photos by Mark Skinner / Floridan

Smokey the Bear partici-
pated in the event as well,
with foresters explaining
the benefits of prescribed
burns and the importance
of fire safety.
Bailey said the weekend
was a success. The Friends
of the Florida Caverns and

all the other volunteers
played a big part in making
it so, he said.
Other volunteers includ-
ed people who displayed
and talked about old-time
quilts and cast iron imple-
ments at a rural life station
near the visitor's center.

Man charged

,with hitting

Man faces federal charge Residents
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STAFF REPORT ipot to murder wife

A Mariania resident was
arrested and charged with aggra-
vated battery on a pregnant
female early Tuesday.
According to the Marianna
Police Departmeqt, Rodell Pete
Jr. was charged after allegedly
striking the woman who was
pregnant with his child.
She was hit on the shoulder and
leg, police said said.
According to police, the
woman said an argument over sex
ensued when he came to her
home around 2:15 a.m., and that
the altercation turned physical.
Pete was taken to the Jackson
County jail. At his first court
appearance Tuesday, his bond
was set at $45,000, but Pete has a
no-bail order because he is want-
ed. in another county for other,
unspecified charges.

DOTHAN, Ala. - Authorities
recently arrested a Dothan man
on charges that he'd hired anoth-
er man to murder his estranged
Federal court records show
Steven Michael Capshaw had
already paid two people to kill his

wife, and had been planning with
a third person to kill her ais
recently as last week.
According to a Dothan police
statement, Capshaw, 52, was
charged by agents with the FBI in
a murder-for-hire scheme, alleg-
ing that he'd hired an undercover
agent to kill his 49-year-old wife.
Authorities took Capshaw into
custody Friday. He was trans-

'Old timers' to p
More than 40 former Malone Tiger basketball
players have signed on to play in Thursday night's
"old timers" basketball game at 6 p.m. in the
school's newly renovated gym.

ferred from the Dothan City Jail
on Monday to a federal court-
house where he was officially
According to .state court
records, Sandra Gail Capshaw
filed for divorce against Steven
Michael Capshaw in August.
Records show the couple had

See PLOT, Page 7A >

lay in new gym
Many of them will also attend a ribbon-cutting
ceremony at 5 p.m. to officially open the improved
gym, where so many of them thrilled the crowds in
years past. Some of their old coaches are also slat-
See GYM, Page 7A P

The Marianna Police
Department is warning citizens to
be cautions in dealing with door-
to-door sales persons.
The city requires such vendors
to obtain a permit before they can
conduct business.
In recent days. several resi-
dents have encountered people at
their door trying to sell home
alarm systems, magazines and
offering auto glass repairs,
according to a news release from
Marianna police.
The police department encour-
ages residents to call 526-3125 if
someone comes to their homes
offering products or services.
Officers will be able to tell res-

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Publisher - Valeria Roberts
Managing Editor - Michael Becker
Circulation Manager- Dena Oberski

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Telephone: (850) 526-3614
FAX: (850) 482-4478
Mailing Address:
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Street Address:
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Marianna, FL 32446
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The Jackson County
Floridan's policy is to cor-
rect mistakes promptly. To
report an error, please call
526-3614 Monday-Friday.

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 back-
ground/experience required to volunteer.
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
* 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 success-
ful reading practice with your children at
home. No charge. Call 482-9611.
* Today is the last day to get tickets for
the Jackson County Road Department's
Fourth Annual United Way Chili Dinner
Fundraiser, which will be Friday, Nov. 6 at
Citizen's Lodge. A 16 oz. bowl of chili,
crackers, and Mr. Brooks' famous home-
made cake for a $5 donation. Chili served
beginning Friday at 11 a.m. Public auction
at 12:30 p.m., followed by raffles for a
grill and a tool set, and the event con-
cludes with a pie-in-the face contest. Call
482-9629 for tickets.

November 5 - Thursday
* The Grand Ridge Town Council will
meet at 5:30 p.m. The board normally
meets on the second Thursday of each
month, but a schedule conflict necessitat-
ed this change for November.

* Chipola College Early Registration for
Spring Terms A and B for currently
enrolled students with 1+ hours, 8 a.m. to
3 p.m. Call 526-2761, or visit www.chipo-
* Indoor yard sale benefitting Adult
Social Rehab - Nov. 5-6, 8 a.m. to noon in
the Life Management Center building,
4403 Jackson St. Rain or'shine.
* Covenant Hospice offers its free
monthly support group for caregivers of
Alzheimer's the first Thursday of every
month, 9 to 10 a.m. at the: Marianna
office, 4440 Lafayette St., across from the
courthouse. Light refreshments will be
served. Registration required; call 482-
8520 or 888-817-2191.
* The ribbon-cutting ceremony for the
newly renovated Malone School at
5 p.m. The "Old Timers" basketball game
is-at 6 p.m., with over 40 former Malone
players scheduled to participate and sev-
eral . former coaches attending.
Admission: $2. Proceeds benefit the
Malone Athletic Department. Concessions
will be sold.
* The Town of Grand Ridge will hold its
regular monthly council meeting at 5:30
p.m at the Grand Ridge Town Hall. The
public is invited to attend. Call 592-4621;
* The William Dunaway Chapter, Florida
Society, Sons of the American Revolution,
meets at Jim's Buffet and Grill with the
Dutch treat meal starting at 6:30 p.m.,
Anyone interested in SAR is welcome. Call
* Grieving Parents Support Group meets
the first Thursday of each month, at 7
p.m., in the Eastside Baptist Church
Fellowship Hall. Anyone experiencing
grief due to the loss of a child, regardless
of the age of the child, is welcome.
Refreshments provided. Call 526-5618 or
* The Third Annual Marianna High
School Calendar Girl Pageant will be at 7
p.m. in the MHS auditorium. Admission:
$5. Call 482-9605, ext. 275.
* Alcoholics Anonymous meets
Thursday for a "closed discussion," 8 to

9 p.m., at the First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna.
Meet in the AA room. Attendance is limit-
ed to persons with a desire to stop drink-

November 6 - Friday
* Indoor yard sale benefitting Adult
Social Rehab - Nov. 5-6, 8 a.m. to noon in
the Life Management Center building,
4403 Jackson St. Rain or shine.
* Geeks Help @ Chipola will offer Basic
Computer.Operations II, 9 a.m. to noon in
the Continuing Education department at
Chipola College. Cost: $60. Call 718-7563;
* Jackson County Habitat for Humanity
Warehouse is open the first weekend of
every month. Hours of operation are
Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.; and Saturday 9
a.m. to 2 p.m.
* The Jackson County .Road
Department's Fourth Annual United Way
Chili .Dinner. Fundraiser is at Citizen's
Lodge. Wednesday was the last chance
for tickets. Chili served beginning at.11
a.m. Public auction at 12:30 p.m., fol-
lowed by raffles for a grill and a tool set,
and the event concludes with a pie-in-the
face contest. Call 482-9629.
* The Jackson County Chamber of
Commerce will conduct a 'ribbon cutting.
ceremony for Panhandle Pawn & Gun,
2545 Commercial Park Drive (former
Regions Bank building), just off US
Highway 90 East in Marianna, at 2 p.m.
Call 482-8060 or 482-0349.
* Celebrate Recovery hosts' adult and
teen meetings to "overcome hurts, habits
and hang-ups in environment"
every Friday at Evangel Worship Center,
2645 Pebble Hill Road. Dinner at 6 p.m.
(free for first-time guests); meeting at 7
p.m., with praise and live worship music,
testimonies and fellowship. Child care
available. Call 209-7856 or 573-1131.
* Alcoholics Anonymous has an open
meeting Fridays, 8 to 9 p.m., at the First
United Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia
St., Marianna. Meet in the AA room.


The Marianna Police
Department listed the fol-
lowing incidents for Nov.
2, the latest available
report: One traffic acci-
dent, two suspicious per-
sons, one highway
obstruction, . -
one report of -- .-..
illness, one " - -
burglary of a, "....
vehicle, twoC-1I1ME.
larceny com-
plaints, one animal com-
plaint, six public service
calls, three worthless
checks, one warrant
served, one 911 hang-up
and nine traffic stops.

The Jackson County
Sheriff's Office listed the
following incidents for
Nov. 2, the latest available
report: Two abandoned
vehicles, two alarms, one
assault, one bomb threat,
one civil dispute, two
criminal registrations, one
criminal mischief com-
plaint, one disabled vehi-
cle, three disturbances,
one flim-flam incident,
one noise complaint, one
escort, two public service
calls, three suspicious
incidents, one theft of
property/services, two

traffic accidents, four traf-
fic stops, two prisoner
transports, one trespassing
complaint, three warrant
arrests and one gang-relat-
ed incident.
The following' people
were booked into the
county jail during the lat-
est reporting periods:
- Norquekes Calhoun,
19, 6295 Hartsfield Road,
Greenwood, sentenced to
180 days.
- Vernon Hill, 74, 5979
Fort Road, Greenwood,

violation of conditional
- Glenn Arnold, 33,
3278 Azalea Road,
Marianna, worthless
- Gracey Massey, 44,
2737 Penn Ave.,
Marianna, hold for court,
hold for Dept. of
- Michael Anderson. 26,
2870 Penn Ave.,
Marianna, violation of'
state probation.
- Earl Smith, 24, 4158
Bumpnose Road,
Marianna, knowingly driv-
ing while license suspend-

- James Durden, 29,
3234 Boles Road, Vernon,
failure to appear, hold for
Holmes County.
- Noah Johnson, 25,
7053 Providence Church
Road, Grand Ridge,
attempted manufacture of
controlled substance

To report a crime, call
CrimeStoppers at 526-
STo report a '. idlll, vio-
lation. call 1-888-404-
F\VCC (3922).



Community Calendar


Jackson County Floridan * Wednesday, November 4, 2009 - 3A

C.A.R. honors veterans

Blue Springs Society
Children of the American
Revolution and Chipola
Junior American Citizens
Club honored our veterans - - il'
at their November meet- _
Members wrote prayers
thanking God for veterans _-
and their families.
A program about the
Honor Flights and the
World War II Memorial in
Washington, D.C. was
given by the members.
Veterans Committee
Chairman Dillon Melvin
gave the most correct
Members had learned
that the first Honor Flight
was in May 2005, just a
year after the World War .
II Memorial was finally .
finished and dedicated. C.A.R./JAC members are ready for a park clean up
They learned that 'the Dillon Melvin, Victoria Roberson, Danielle Melvin, and
goal of Honor Flight for Elizabeth Glover, Will Glover, Tommy Melvin and Drew
2009 is to transport
25,000 veterans from
across the U.S. to the playing the characteristics veterans, with Haile
World War II Memorial. of leadership, trustworthi- Harrison making the mos
In July 2009, the DAR ness, patriotism and serv- cards.
presented Honor Flight ice." The older members di
founder Capt. Earl Morse The group was divided a clean-up at Citizen
with a medal of honor for for two different activities Lodge Park and check
"his lasting and unusual after the meeting. on the trees they plante
contribution to our nation- The pee-wees, ages 10 to honor their patric
al heritage as well as dis- and under, made cards for ancestors, as part of th

WHTC to re-open law

enforcement academy

Washington-Holmes Technical Center's
Public Safety Department is proud to
announce the re-opening of the law enforce-
ment basic recruit and cross over from cor-
rections to law enforcement academy, with
the first classes starting in January. The
Technical Center was one of the first schools
in the Panhandle to offer the law enforce-
ment academy, dating back to the early
1970s. The program ran up until 1999, when
it was closed. Public Safety Director Greg
Hutching, went before the Criminal Justice
Standards and Training Commission on Oct.
29, at their quarterly meeting held at the Bay
Point Marriott. to request the commission
authorize the re-operiing. The vote was suc-
cessful, and was the culmination of two
years of work to re-acquire the academy.
"It was a big factor in my decision to take
the position as criminal justice director at
the school," Hutching said.
Working at the Washington County

Sheriff's Department for 10 years,
Hutching stated he had seen first hand how
not having law enforcement training locally
affected the department and students.
"The sheriffs and chiefs have been forced
to send their new officers to Mariaina or
Panama City for training, which incurs
huge costs for fuel and travel time. And
there are good potential recruits that have
not signed up for the training because of the
travel involved," Hutching said.
Hutching also recognized all of the local
leaders whom he stated were instrumental
in the lengthy process of re-acquiring the
law enforcement academy: Sheriffs Bobby
Haddock and Tim Brown, Chiefs Kevin
Crews and Chris Wells, Superintendent
Sandra Cook, and school board members
Vann Brock, Wayne Saunders, Terry Ellis,
Susan Roberts and Pam Cates.
The school is planning to offer a law
enforcement academy, and a cross over
from corrections to law enforcement acade-
my, starting this Janpary.

. Front row, Pender Johnson,
Paradise Roberson; back row,
SMelvin. - Contributed photo

Meece to speak at

Republican Club meeting



Congressional can-
didate Carl E. Meece
will be the speaker at
the November meeting
of the Republican Club Ca
of West Florida. Meece ME
is seeking the
Republican nomination for the
District 2 seat held by Rep.
Allen Boyd. Meece, a retired
aerospace engineer, spent 32
years as an engineer and vice

Optimist Club of Jackson County 2009-2010 officers, from left, Rose Parramore, Karen Keesee, Caretha Everett
and Sylvia Henry, board members; Theresa Aldridge, Debbie Gochenaur, past president; Brigitta Nuccio, presi-
dent-elect; Shellie Hollis, vice president; and Azur Sims, president. - Contributed photo

Optimists induct new officers

The Optimist Club of Jackson
County held its installation banquet at
the Russ House on Sept. 15.

Past President Debbie Gochenaur sented: Optimist of the Year, Karen
welcomed everyone, and the meal Keesee; Spark Plug of the Year,
was followed by induction of the Brigitta Nuccio; and Key Member,
2009-2010 officers. Shellie Hollis.
The following awards were pre-

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on Tuesday, Nov. 10.
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In one week late last month,
Afghanistan claimed 25 U.S. lives.
Associated Press reports put the toll
for October at 55, making it the
deadliest month of the eight-year
war. Over the past three months,
more'than 1,000 U.S. troops have
been wounded in Afghanistan.
The losses come exactly, eight
years after a New York Times article
contained the following prescient
"Even in its most optimistic
moments, the Bush administration
was careful not to promise an easy
war. Still, there are indications that
the conflict is turning out to be more
difficult than expected."
"Difficult" is an understatement. In
Afghanistan, the U.S. and its NATO-
allies face a resurgent Taliban, an
inept government and the corruptive
influence of opium-poppy interests.
Our troops, fighting for the sake of
Afghanistan, need the cooperation of
its civilians but too often don't get it.
Al-Qaida terrorists - who caused
the war - are dispersed but not
totally defanged.
The situation presents U.S. leaders
with painful choices as Americans
grow war-weary. Proposals to send
more troops to Afghanistan lack con-
sensus, gaining just 50/50 support
from the public, polls indicate.
Our nation may split over policy,
but we should be united in gratitude
to the men and women who bravely,
willingly stand in harm's way.
We have a duty to look out for
their families, who are stressed by
loved ones' long deployments far
from home.
We have an obligation to appreci-
ate - in the midst of domestic eco-
nomic uncertainty - the far deeper
hardships our troops face with every
sunrise in Afghanistan and Iraq,
We have a responsibility to ensure
that they get what they need to suc-
ceed - and that, if they are injured,
mentally or physically, they get the
excellent care they deserve.
We owe it to Americans serving ri
combat to insist that, if their lives are
to be placed on the line, it is for
good cause - and that decision
makers are held accountable.
In a month when far too many U.S.
troops have died, we also owe it to
them to grieve.
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been married 20 years, and have three
children, including two teenagers.
The murder-for-hire scheme appar-
ently was hatched after Capshaw
claimed his wife recently left him a
letter indicating she wanted a divorce.
According to federal court records,
Capshaw attempted to hire his own
niece, Nathina Whitaker, and she'd
apparently told him $5,000 was not
enough to get the job done.
Whitaker told Capshaw her
boyfriend, Timothy O'Neal, could
help. Whitaker and O'Neal cooperat-
ed with police, helping them gather
evidence leading to Capshaw's arrest.
Capshaw suggested O'Neal use a
knife or machete instead of gun.
Capshaw reportedly gave O'Neal,a

ed to attend the game. Malone is a
long-time basketball powerhouse,
with many players going on to play or
coach at the college level and beyond.
For decades, the players had done
without air conditioning and other

box of rubber gloves and his choice
of knives to use in the crime. O'Neal
apparently took a pocket-sized knife
with a hook blade that was later
seized by law enforcement.
"It's messy, it's nasty, but it doesn't
make no noise," Capshaw is quoted
as saying about the advantages of
using a knife during a recorded con-
versation he had with O'Neal.
Capshaw said he'd already paid
two other people nearly $4,000 to kill
his wife, and would pay O'Neal
$3,000 once the job had been com-
pleted and he'd received some of the
insurance money.
The federal court records show
Capshaw had met with O'Neal as
recently as last week and drove with

niceties, still managing to claim a
multitude of state championships.
Thursday's game will be the first
played since the gym was outfitted
with AC and otherwise significantly
improved. School officials are hoping

Or, officers will check on
the individuals with a patrol
run through the neighbor-

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him to his wife's Dothan apartment
Capshaw also identified the type of
Toyota Prius his wife drove and
described the inside of her apartment
for him.
Capshaw specifically rode around
with O'Neal and showed him where a
Dothan police officer normally
worked security for the apartment
According to the Dothan police
statement, the murder-for-hire inves-
tigation is ongoing and more charges
are pending.
Federal records show Capshaw had
met O'Neal at a Dothan business at
least once while Capshaw worked as
a nurse.

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many Tiger fans will come out to see
what's been done and watch the game
and ceremony. Admission to the
game is $2, with the money going to
the Malone Athletic Department.
Concessions will also be sold.


Marianna Chapel
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Funeral Home
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Altha, FL 32421
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William Elton Wilber Alonza
Hunt Williams

Mr. William Elton Hunt
Sr., 91, of Grand Ridge
passed awuay on Monday,
Nov. 2, 2009, in Jackson
Mr. Hunt was born on
April 14, 1918, in Pinkard,
Ala., to the late Robert and
Anna Lee Hunt. He had
lived several years in
Tavarres before moving to
Jackson County in the
1950s. Mr. Hunt served his
country in the Army and
was a master farmer.
He is preceded in death
by his parents, Robert
Hunt and Anna Lee
Gissendanner Hunt; and
the mother of his children,
Elsie Rich.
Mr. Hunt is survived by
two sons, Billy Hunt and
his wife Carolyn, of Grand
Ridge, and Tom Hunt of
Tallahassee; a granddaugh-
ter, Scarlett Register and
her husband Mark, of
Graceville, and Bryan Hunt
of Grand Ridge; and one
great-grandson, Nicholas
Elton Hunt.
Services for Mr. Hunt be-
gin at 11 a.m. CST Thurs-
day, Nov. 5, in the Marian-
na Chapel Funeral Home,
with the Rev. Jim Gosnell
officiating. Interment with
full military honors will be
at 3. p.m. EST in the Mt.
Zion Baptist Church Ceme-
tery, 243 Mt. Zion Church
Road, Bainbridge, Ga.
The family will receive
friends Wednesday, Nov. 4,
from 6 to 8 p.m. CST in the
Marianna .Chapel Funeral
Marianna Chapel Funer-
al Home is in charge of ar-
Expression of sympathy
may be submitted online at

Mr. Wilber Alonza Wil-
liams, 93, of Marianna died
Tuesday, Nov. 3, 2009, at
his residence. Mr. Williams
was a lifelong resident of
this area.
He was a dump truck
driver for Baxter's Asphalt
until the age of 80 ,and was
a member of the C.C.
Camp. Mr. Williams was
said to be a hard worker.
He will be greatly missed
by everyone that knew
Mr. Williams was preced-
ed in death by one son, Eu-
gene Williams; one daugh-
ter, Verna Lou Mathis; one.
great-granddaughter, Lin-
da Williams; and four
brothers, Leon, Raymond,
Jack and Burdette.
Mr. Williams is survived
'by his loving and devoted
wife of 69 years, Hazel
Coley Williams of Marian-
na; three sons, Edward Wil-
liams and wife Janet, and
Carl Williams and wife Vio-
let, all of Altha, and Tommy
Williams of Marianna; one
daughter-in-law, Judy Wil-
liams of Altha; 17 grand-
children; 36 great-
grandchildren; five great-
great-grandchildren; one
brother, Charles Williams
of Ooltewah, Tenn.; three
sisters, Ruby Willerson of
Ooltewali, Christine Fowler
of Panama City, and Verna
Mae Mims of Palatka; and
numerous nieces, nephews
and extended family mem-
The funeral service for
Mr. Williams will be at 2
p.m. Thursday, Nov. 5, at
the Altha Church of God,
with the Rev. Allan Nichols
officiating. Burial will fol-
low in Sims Cemetery, with
Hall Funeral Home of Altha
The family will receive
friends from 6 to 8 p.m.
Wednesday, Nov. 4, at Hall
Funeral Home in Altha.
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Eyes on

the prize

Lady Pirates begin playoff run

with road rematch against Baker

The Sneads Lady Pirates make
their playoff debut tonight in
Baker against the Lady Gators in
2A first-round action.
Sneads (24-5) will-look to
knock Baker out of the playoffs
for the second straight year.
The Lady Pirates took a five-
set win over the Lady Gators in
last year's regional finals in
This time, the game will be set
in Baker, after Sneads was upset
by Blountstown. in the district
championship game.
Sneads coach Sheila Roberts
said she expects a much different
challenge for her team playing
on theroad.
"I expect a very hostile envi-
ronment," the coach said.
"Baker brings a lot of fans to
away games, so I know they'll
have :a full gym (tonight)."
Roberts said Tuesday she was
bringing in the Sneads band to
play during practice, to get her
players prepared for 'the noise
level they'll-deal with in Baker.
"We've experienced that
before. The girls are trying to
prepare mentally for that," the
coach said of the noise.
Both teams should have some
added motivation for tonight's

game. Baker is looking for
redemption from last year's loss,
and the Lady Pirates are still sore
about their surprise loss to
Sneads went through district
play unbeaten before falling 15-
13 in the fifth set to
Blountstown, a team the Lady
Pirates had beaten in three sets in
their previous meeting.
"That was a real hard pill for
us to swallow," Roberts said of
the loss. "It left a really bad taste
.n our mouths.
"But the girls are excited to
play again. I think they're ready.
We've had some great practices
since that game."
Roberts said the game could
prove to be a wake-up call for
her team, which may have been
overconfident after breezing
through the district season.
"When on the bus that
night after losing, we didn't like
it," the coach said. "But there
were a lot of little lessons we had
to learn from it to make us better
as we go further in the playoffs.
"I think it's good for any team
to be reminded that you can be
knocked off. When you go unde-
feated and the wins come easy,
you get a false sense of where
you might be."
The Lady, Pirates were
plagued by errors in the loss to

Sneads' Ashley Smith taps a ball over the net during a match ear-
lier this season. The Lady Pirates make their 2A state playoff
debut tonight on the road against Baker. - Floridan File Photo

Blountstown, but Roberts said
she was happy with the way her
team struck the ball.
"As long as we hit the ball as
hard and' as well as we did
against Blountstown without the
numerous errors, we should be

fine,'"the coach said. "What
makes that tough is that we have
several young players and we're
playing in a very hostile gym. I
hope they won't be rattled by it."
See SNEADS, Page 2B >

Lady Indians win foul-filled opener 84-75

It wasn't easy, but it was a win.
The No. 3 Chipola Lady Indians
defeated FCCJ 84-75 in the season-
opener Monday night in Jacksonville,
surviving a free-throw fest that fea-
tured 57 total fouls between the teams.
The Lady Indians led 34-28 at half-
time, and survived in the second half
despite having three players foul out.
Two more finished. the game with four
fouls each.
"It was crazy," Chipola coach David
Lane said after the game. "I think that
was the longest game I've ever beerf a
part of."
The fouls were evenly distributed,
with Chipola being whistled for 28
fouls and FCCJ for 29.
Chipola made 29-of-42 at the chari-
ty stripe, while FCCJ was 23-of-37.
Lindsey Carr led the Lady Indians
with 18 points, while Bianca Jarrett
added 17, Jasmine Shaw 16 and
Malesha Petterson 13.
Shaw, Tykiesha O'Neil, and Darrlita
Taylor all fouled out for the Lady
Indians, who went to a zone defense in
the final eight minutes 'of, the game to
prevent further foul trouble.
Lane said FCCJ was very aggressive
taking the ball to the'basket against
man-to-man defense.
"They're just a different team.

"It was just a frustrating
game...But being able to
scrap and get a win says a
lot about 'he group."
-David Lane,
Chipola coach
They're all drive, drive, drive. They'd
just drive and put their heads down,
and we were bad at taking charges.
Then we started reaching and grab-
"(Going zone) got them out of
rhythm offensively. I think they
stopped trying to drive to get to the
basket. They seemed not to handle (the
zone) real well, which was what we'
were hoping."
FCCJ briefly took the lead by a
point at the 11-minute mark of the sec-
ond half, but the Lady Indians,
regained the edge by four before going
zone and closing out the game.
"It,was just a frustrating game,"
Lane said. "We weren't able to get into
much of a rhythm offensively. But we
did a good job getting some good
spacing and getting a couple of buck-
ets when we needed to.
"We had some good offensive pos-
See OPENER, Page 2B >

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Chipola coach Davis Lane yells out instructions to his
players during a recent practice in Marianna. The
Lady Indians won their season-opener Saturday night
in Jacksonville, 84-75 over FCCJ. Chipola next plays
Friday and Saturday at 5 p.m. each day in the Milton
H. Johnson Classic. - Floridan File Photo o

Malone to

honor past

Malone School will dedicate its
newly-renovated . gymnasium
Thursday with a ceremony hon-
oring the great history and tradi-
tion of the Tigers' basketball pro-
The ribbonecutting ceremony
will begin at 5 p.m., with an "old-
timer's" game set to tip at 6 p.m.,
featuring former Malone basket-
ball players.
. But before many of the Tigers'
former basketball greats take the
floor to play, they'll be honored
for the 14 state titles they have
produced --13 by the Malone
boys, and one by the girls.
As well as the players from
those teams, cheerleaders, coach-
es and principals during each era
are also expected to attend.
The Malone boys won state
championships in 1952-54, 1961,
1977, 1983, 1991, and then five
straight from 1994-1998 - the
only public school ever to accom-
plish five consecutive titles:
Only Miami Senior has won
more state titles (18) than
See MALONE, Page 2B >

No.3 Chipola

faces stiff test

in home debut
The No. 3 Chipola Lady
Indians make their home debut
this weekend with a pair of games
in the Milton H. Johnson Classic.
Chipola opens Friday against
NABA at 5 p.m., then takes on
stiffer competition in No. 14
Monroe Saturday at 5 p.m.
The Lady Indians will also host
Monroe Nov. 13 in their first
game after the Classic.
Chipola is 1-0 after defeating
FCCJ 84-75 Monday night in
"(The Monroe game) should be
a good test for us," Lady Indians
coach David Lane said. "This
will be the first of five straight
against teams ranked in the top
"These are teams we will not
have seen before. We will not
have played against any of the
caliber of teams we're playing
against. We need to make sure
we're focused throughout the
whole 40 minutes."
Chipola defeated Monroe in
the regular season last year. But
the Lady Tribunes put a scare into
Chipola late, and Lane said his
team will be in for a stiff chal-
"They've got' some talented
guards and they're really athlet-
ic," the coach said. "Last year, we
got up really big on them early,
then they pressured us and we
didn't handle it well.
"We've got to make sure we're
ready for the fullcourt and half-
court traps. We need to get ready
See TEST, Page 2B >

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Hurricanes trimming practice times


"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 renovated Malone
gym, begins at 5 p.m.
Over 40 former
Malone players are
scheduled to participate
in the game. Several
former coaches will also'
be in attendance. 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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Roberts compared Baker favorably don't have a lot of big power hitters. (against Blountstown)."
to Blountstown "I look for it to be a game a lot like With a win, the Lady Pirates could
"They fight really hard," the coach the Blountstown game. Hopefully, get a rematch in the second with the
said. "They're. very defensive and the difference will be that we clean Lady Tigers, who host Northview
scrappy, with good diggers. They just up a lot of the errors we made tonight.

Continued From Page 1B
sessions, and Lindsey Carr Classic, still had much difficult to judge where "We need to get tougher,
hit a couple of big shots for room to grow. But the we're supposed to be," and we need more of an
us down the stretch." coach said he was.happy Lane said. "I just don't identity. But being able to
Lane said his team, with its resolve to pull out know with this group scrap and get a win says a
which makes its home Monday night's win. because we're brand-new, lot about the group. We
debut Friday and Saturday "We're in uncharted but we're starting to get were'able to execute down
in the Milton H. Johnson waters right now, so it's some things. the stretch and get it done."

Continued From Page 1B

The Malone girls pro-
duced their state title .in
Halftime activities
include Malone's "Little
Bailers" performing such
skills as dribbling, shoot-
ing, and passing.
A raffle will be held for a
$50 Wal-Mart card.
A. commemorative sou-
venir book will be sold, pictures of
all 13 Championship
DVDs will be available

after the event. '
Team members will
show off their champi-
onship rings, including
Naton Williams, who has a
whopping five rings.
Cori Tiggs and Tyrone
Tiggs have four rings,
while Reggie Baker,
Anthony Turner, Carson
Lassiter, and Ron Bellamy
all have three each.
Malone's championship
coaches are James Pavy,
Homer Deuel, Marvin
Lassiter, John Ellerbee,

Matt Anderson, and Doug
Powell (girls).
Fans are encouraged to
wear championship tee-
shirts, bring championship
car tags, and any other
Malone Tigers' parapher-

'Admission is $2, with
,proceeds going to support
the Malone athletic depart-
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for that part of it."
Monroe didn't qualify
for the national tournament
last season, but the Lady
Tribunes made it to Salina,
Kan. in each of the previ-
ous six seasons, winning
three straight national titles
from 2004-06.
Chippla finished third in
last season's national tour-
nament. However, the Lady
Indians have a brand-new
squad this season.
Lane said he was satis-
fied with his team's overall
effort in the opener, but the
Lady Indians are far from a
finished product.
"We've still got a lot of
work to do to beat the
teams we have to play," the

coach said. "But to learn
from our mistakes (in the
opener) and make some
adjustments on the fly, that
says a lot more about our
basketball intelligence.
"I think this will be a
team that hopefully learns
from watching themselves
and gets better from week
to week."
After the second meeting
with Monroe, Chipola will
take on No. 2 Jefferson on
Nov. 14, No. 5 Trinity
Valley on Nov. 15, and No.
13 Vincennes on Nov. 20.
The Nov. 13-15 games
will be in Marianna as part
of the Holiday Inn Express
Alzheimer's Classic.

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ty trained, vet $600-$800/mo 850- ralestate 8759
Appliances checked (850)526- 2/1 in town, fenced 209-7502 2008 Fisher 1754, 24 HOURS A DAY
4714 backyard,$650/mo, Cmmercialfor rent Waterfront 40hp mercury, 4- r
Re henrykimberly84@ya $700 dep. 850-693- Mobile Homes PropertyforSale stroke, mtr guide, 7 DAYS A WEEK
Refrigerator, yr old, 0570 f trolling mtr, Hum 5 WEEKS A YEAR
White Whirlpoolside 2/2 CH&A apple/ 1 ac. I forRent mingbrd , TAC, 52 WEEKS A YEAR
by, s de. Ice and wa- Fretogood home-2 2/2 CLHA $675
by sde. Ice and wa- Fre to good home 2 located at CLH $675 Lake Eufaula bilge pump, live well, 65X16' Custom Built JUST A CLICK AWAY.
ter in the door. Paid dogs: 1 M 2yrs old, 1 mo $500 dep. 850 1st month free 3 BA 4 BR Panoramic 334-798-0010 Sl.pperliner House-
$1200, asking $750. F3mos old, both tiny 573-6655. 2/2 $390/mo view $485,000 boat. Estate Sale. Ap-
334-699-2672 dogs. 850-579-3982 3/2 $490/mo (334)791-5578 Manufactured praised @$224,500, Visit us at:
2 & 3 BR MH Cotton- * CH/A 850-249-4888 Homes for Sale Neg. @$137,000
Min Chihuahua black dale. http://www. I homes Brand new condition.
& Tan $250. cash only charloscountrylving. 2/1, 3 miles from Retail Space reaII Dked in Panama
S334-790-1051 com. 850-258- Mar. very clean r C'e io1 Timberline City 850-596-0167
ecroncs ottish Terrier Pup 4868/209-8847 family of 2, $400 mo
Scottish Terrier Pup 4868/209-8847 850-482-8333 FOR RENT, 5100 sq ft Homes Moomba 98' Ski Boat
Sound system pies, 5 males, 5 3/1 in town, CH/A, bldg - Retail, $1700/ mke towr & seak
speakers, amp, months old. $500 No pets Partially fur- 2/1 Located btwn GR mo. 4178 Lafayette 544i 9,N -,,fl . y ers $9,000. 334 714-
sound board. Micro each. AKC register nished $450 + dep, & Sneads water & St. 850-526-3330 30t"',3 , o 9658.
ones/stands, all 334-319-5809 850-573-1797 arb. incl. $350/mo (334) 983-7990
pones/stands all 850-573-0308. (877) 928812
hkups hymnals & or- 3/2 CH/A, hardwood /2 near Sunland on real te (877)92-8812
gan, Duel tape play- sa2 nearl Suaand on N E D3AH PRINTING PRESS OPERATOR
er, tapedupicator, farmersmaket appan acre, extras, residential forsale PRINTING PRESSOPERATOR
college & 7th Ave. $650/moa$700cdep,'INEWS5BED 3 BATH
.& ,B'' 850526-3538/209- - - , i 2 ED 2 BATH winning team. Our equipment consists of a 12-unit Goss
SFirevoc.d Fuel J - 2 & 3 BR MH's in Ma- Honda 07 420EX,like ONLY $13,900 Urbanite printing press an two folders. We have an immediate
2h rianna & Sneads new, automatic, 614
. 3 2 great ara on 6th ( 9rianna & Sneads new, automat2003 3/2 DW opening for an Individual capable of setup, operation, repair,
.. CH/A, $700 + (850)209-8595.hours.$3200.334- and maintenance of our Press & Plate equipment.
Now taking d 850-271-0900/ 3/2 & 2/2 in C'dale, 798-2857 ONLY $35,500 Meeting company guidelines producing high quality
orders for split 256-4309 Iv msg. $325-$500, no pets Honda '07 CRF80 4/2 PAlM IIARiOR products within deadlines are a must.
oak firewood, 850-258-1594/638- Dirtbike, 100 hrs,
ll trcload Farm Equipment 3BR/1.5BA, Very ce. 1171 Iv message Active Adult $100 6X12 enclosed ZONI I $42,900 This position requires a minimum of two years offset
Will deliver or Stre Maranna 3/2 $350 CH/A in Community trailer $1500 new ZON printing experience preferably operating web presses, but will
you pickup. Gn 4 ow insect r Steet n Maianna. 3/ $0 CH/A in y a s $o n-447-859 consider other printing press experience. High school graduate
cide applicator included. $700/mo., 258-1387/541-3414 3/1 Brick home in Honda 07' Foreman 3/2SINGLE WIDE dental, eye care, prescription card, paid vacation, and 401K.
w/double boxes, for first and last. Securi- 3/2 C'dale, water Sneads, CH/A, all 4wd, winch, ITP tires .
Yard & Estate Sales chemicals tydeposit, Yrlease arb. bug spray incl. appl. $74,900 850- & wheels $5,200. 334- ONLY $17,900
mounted on tool bar. and references re-
ooud ondtion. $400. ure nces e $525+ dep. No pets. 593-6467 before 9pm .774-7569 P RICES.vo If interested send resume to Charlie Gib on, VP Production,
Good condition $400. quired. No smoking. 850-352-4869 morn- Honda TRX 300 EX
To Visit Visited 2297583146 or 229- No pets. Avail. Octomorn H a The Dothan Eagle, PO Box 280, Dothan, Alabama 36302
400-5184 ber 1st. Call (850) ings The BEST PETS Bike is complete cus- DEI.IVERY & SETUP,
O 594-7525 between 3/2 DW C'dale. are found in the tom with tons of ac- A/SKI NGoremilto:wgibson@alsmg.con.
SY Fruit& Vegetables 6pm-9pm. Owner is Paved road.$450- cessories incl. Red A, SKRTI
Giant Yard Sale:We, Licensed Real Estate $600/mo (850) 352, Classified Ads! L.E.D.s $2,300. O.B.O. & STEPS
Wt past Sheriffs' Now open: Jackson
Dept. Clothes, furn, Farms, U Pick Toma-
h'hold, & much more toes, &Peppers, CORRECTIONS ADMINISTRATOR
bring your own buck- Education & Experience:
To V.sit Visited et, days/ Wk. 850- High school diploma supplemented by specialized courses in jail
592-5579 management, BS in Criminal Justice preferred, and 6 to 9 years
i - . - of progressively responsible experience as a correctional officer
L U-Pick peas $6/5gal. and correctional duties; or an equivalent combination of
Moving Sale: Thur & bucket, purple hull, training and experience which provides the required
Fri, 8-12 2052 black eye, cream 8, knowledge, skills and abilities. Closing date 11/16/09
Crooms Rd. cream 40, elite & zip- Starting Salary $44,080
Kynesville, Antiques per. Cypress Grove
Furn,misc. Grt Prices Rd. Grand Ridge, 850- ENGINEERING TECHNICIAN
To Vist Vi d592-9261/718-3653 Education, Training, & Experience:
To Visit Visited. Minimum of two years of college with an Associates Degree in
m tEngineering Technology, or a technical or scientific field. Must
[ employment be able to prepare plans using AutoCAD and assemble
Sem e specifications in MSWord. Must have aalid FL drivers license 12 collectable holi- Ashley Night Stand- Dining Table w/8 Infant car seat Small Shelves- 30 x
Sat Nov. 76-? prior to employment. Aomarableamountofdirectlyrelated day babies, mint SolidWood. Nice.$85 chairs, beautiful $100 w/base, pink 25 850- 12 x32 Shelf unit, $15
Chipola River experience may be substituted for the minimum educational condition, $10/e (850)209-7780 850-272-5558 5263426 (850)579-4476
TownhouseDs o 38 requirements. Closing date 11/16/09 850-526-3426 Audiovox Cruise Electric Space Heat- Kirby vacuum $45 Sofa table, dark
rator lamps, rugs & Starting Salary S32,336 12ft metal tree stand, Control- still in box, er, almost new, $15 850-482-8347 wood, $35 850-526-
much more l9 . 2 sections, $40 850- fits most cars $75 850-526-5949 3426
mucl more MECHANIC II 579-8875 850-569-2194 Medical Books, used, 3
pes&an s CareerSeeker Education & Experience: . Executive desk chair several titles, $30 ea Solid Oak Table w/8
pets&anma I High School graduate, including or supplemented by course 154 VCR tapes, all Baby car seat, great $40 850-482-8347 850-272-5558 chairs, 2 leafs, ext. 5-
inima .. . t , nm-l.. m h nir.. andst 3 4 r, nf nenxrine. p n oular titles. $85for dn. in n 0 .. . . , ,2- ' ^^ n-

worU ill auLUomouve mecll allcs3, anIu t Lo years oLI expert n e IIIc
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 ari 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

P17, Pu 1 1u,. -= , - con .o sz ,8U--Z- Fiberglass swimngn MeterPolefrmo o, cUu. 85u-
a.850-579-4650-. 5257 . ool slide, includes Pole for mo- 209-7151
2 toddler beds, 1 dder $(850)482- bile home, complete,
metal blue 5, 1 lit- Bissel Easy Vac, no der 30(850)482- like new, 125. Table- Brass Table
tle tykes white $30 bag vacuum, like 7022 850-593-685,6 with Carpet top
850-526-3426 new $20 850-526- Fiestaware, 8 cups/ comes apart $35
0-526-326 5949 saucers-assorted Old radio/record (850)579-4476
3 JBL 12's in box, colors, $20. player console $20
1600 watt base amp Boyd Bears- Resin colors, $20.
1600 watt base amp C t Bears850-447-4212 850-482-4944 Table, oval, metal &
& 400 watt amp, $500 Christmas, ears & 44wood, 66x40x29, $25.
FIRM 850-209-7051 bunnies, $5 each. Floor Tile, 8X8- Old records 45's 850-579-4476
56" Multi-colored so -850-592-2507 brown, unglazed, $2/ea, 78's $3/ea
fa $85 850-482-8347 Carrin case for 125pcs.$10. OBO 850-482-4944 Table, Trestle Style.
fa $85 850-482-8347 Carryingcasefor 850-92-2507 48x30x29. Wood. $25
Singer Universal 850-592-2507 Princess House Crys- 48x30x29. Wood. $25
6 Window A/C Uits Princess House Crys- 850-579-4476
Window A/C Uits Sewing Machine, Food Saver Vacuum tal items. Mint condi-
$ $75 obo. Call $10. 850-447-4212 Sealer, V2480 w/ex- tion. Call for info. $15 TIRES & RIMS-
482-8290 liero informationooks trash $65.850-447- to $40 each. 482-8290 30X9.50 R15 LT ON 6
- & Ceramic Think 4212 LUG RIMS SET OF 4
AM/FM cassette Chritmas, $1up. Fri Rfr Q Ashley Bed Frame- $200 (850)482-2636
stereo $20 850-569- Christmas, $10 & up. Fridgadaire- Refrig Solid Wood. Beautiful
stereo $20 850-569- 850-592-207 16.5 CF tSolid Wood. Beautiful
2194850-592-2507 16.5 CF top freezer $375 (850)209-7740 Tole Floor Lamp, har-
Apple themekitchen CHEVY truck hood. $100 (850)579-4476 vest gold w/shelf $20
items. Call formore fits 1998-04 Chevy Heater/Fireplace- Shelfs. Painted black, 850-526-3426
info. $150 obo. S1O/Blazer,no rust Amish Heater Fire- 50 x 24 x!9. Like New.
(850)482-8290 $100 (850)482-2636 place Like New $200 $25. 850-579-4476 Total Body Motion
(850)579-4476 Exerciser $25 850-
Ashley Furniture- Computer Monitors, 482-8347
Solid Wood.Chest of 12 Used/ Working, Homedics Massaging Shelves-
Drawers.Nice. $375 $10 each, $100 for all Cushion w/contro, Office Shelf Unit Utility Trailer,
(850)209-7780 593-1116. good cond. $30 850- 32x13x32 $15 4'6"x10', good cond.
272-5558 (850)579-4476 $400. 850-593-6856
Ashley Furniture- Couch & Love Seat-
Solid Wood dresser Comfortable Couch Infant bouncer Showcases-Wood; Winnie the Pooh
with mirror. $385 and Love Seat $25 2/music, Pink $10 2 @ 6', 1 @ 12'. $175. walker, $15 850-482-
(850)209-7780 (850)579-4476 850-526-3426 850-579-4476 5257

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6 B- Wednesday, November, 4,2009* Jackson County Floridan CLASSIFIEDS
Campers/Travel Automobiles Misc. Automobiles Automobiles Automobiles Motorcycles port Utility VehiclesTrucks-Heavy
Trn.eation trailers 1 D HI forS I for S ae n X NA N4 Ford1 olWinstar an'

97 Bayliner Cabin 3ChrstlerD5L.lep reat condition. white, leather& pwr

F WCruiser 23 ft,1 own 2 Slideu. Loaded. 684-2006 - vy. M . n e a9.20. 3-7 77 A/C, runs well FORD'97 F-150.
Sf$re Conven.te l , . REDUCED seats, 4pwr steering,
mile. aKuto. n2r,. - Cd ual ane irbags, dcar

1696/482-5867 , Wheels, Victory Red, lbru 3 r i 7 carrier included.$,000 condition. Loaded,
min o wJ bncd isp. !Iib o.3407-453-3142
Corvette 96' Collec 15,900 8029-4416407-453-3142
uatr amadhtWtr fdcorh , HARLE'i DAviDSON ISUZU ',1I TROOPER ' i FORD 'us F350 S or,
Loaded ts e Duc. cond. h. d ri HO '8 7 ACCO RD '0 l 1200 Sp: n.rr 4X4. SUV. HUNTER flatbed dump truck, 6
Travel Trailer '06 to. flo 105 feil HO GDAu

$6,450 OBO 334-714- -FORD'05 :00 SLE4 .4 lr. .nd br 2l.ei. Haley DW.d.o10,08 200m est. Daylight Auto Fi Cal 334-655-6760.-
'97 Bayliner Cabin 38B.DSL. Sleeps 8. cond. $1.900. 334- 5p,la c Gd cuton. Mercury, lorj t,:l s .rran.. 1L.E e. great condition. CD1, 8520 r 334- 355-1202
Cruiser 23 fte own- 2 Slideouts. Loaded. 684-2006 l r, excellent,- P.2. 3 34-726-6799. A/ 6,runs well,t tp v. lth, 80334-351 0
er, excel. cond. pd Like rev $20.500. $3.0i00. 334-601-2819. jj,. MPGC. loe i"mo on.rooA, vru eFORD '97 F-150.
ster$4 in, c .461b thrust tpubd wtswer, H A 08 han 10Fit r mle. I oyot 4 S h, moon roof, very C FORD'4White E150 Pick- up. Black,
$4tllinS moor t & W 33 555 Corvette '07A o 33 9 oded. Great 94C i- Harley - clean$5, 500. Conversion, 42K mi, Auto. 8-cyl. 4 WD.
t14,500K 850-g d , 3T, Loaded, tChrome (H , 3i. $18.000 , . E a GiCall (334)475- 3997. newtires,advd, seats 165k miles, great
1696/482-5867 . . t-Wheels, Victo Red, 7, good cond. 11,000 condition. Loaded,
Alumacraft 06' 16 ft. n Like New. , withell r I rlg0 m , 1 yr 79334 333-1112 CD, A/C, AM/FM,
352-74 ,c.08 eWarranty. S38,750. hand dO Cr LE 1 o. 334-308-1112 A798F1768
w/ 50 Yamaha/GPS 7334-678-2131 *,heel. new trarsms- Ford '98 Windstar runs well, new tires,
load291RLTS, 5h wheel M b io nii e 6 ;mlr bel37t. 4$475 down, 0% Inter- ver clean, $3999.5
$6,450 OBO 334-714- ORD '05l 00 SLE. tw ire. and br$i00 d. Harley Davdson '08 Reg C al 334-656760.
5860 Red, great cond. 41K Hyundai5 est. Daylight Auto Fi- Ca345- 0
Bass Tracker'09 Pro in '05 Heritage miles,p6-CDsound t -cparTs low mileage. . . co per-black, 6-s n ipd.,1-800-470- Ford 197 Ranger Ext.
1630hp mercury ma- 40' w/2 slide-outs, system $11,500 OBO LX, V-6, Automatic, pa3,lwmi.Lopp e d. Jeu0Grn0650u9am/9pm Cab, runs great.
re16, erliners, free stand- Cab, V L 32 C loaded, sunroof, Call for more detai Lw Ridesr, less than 5000.3 200
tor, stroke console awnings, BR, garden 334-695-3550leather, excellent, 229-524-2451 Like new. $16,600, Cherokee Limited GMC '98 Savannah Hi Looks good. 3400
steering, 461b thrust tub with shower, 0. 334-726-6799. 93K $6,995 West top van. leather, . 334-493-7712
qe bdCH.3sienrrDA'ut Flit Sport, 122K miles, $5995. Toyota'04 Sequoha, erfectcods LLC Ford'98-Ranger,V6
trolling motor, tilt & W&D, CHA. Lotsof ooile 2 Corvette '81 334-790-795 loaded. Great Con Harley Davidson'08 Main Car Sale C power, Q-bed 2 T' o aer,
trim, fishing decks, extra's.$20K. 334 WD. 13500K Loaded at 0 , i t ion. $18000 O Electra G ide Classic, 1919W.M.St. 699-5880 very clean, ballgame auto AC,bedliner,
fisher ID $7500850- 347-4626/333-0309. very clean, Like new.lAutomatic3500 4000 mi00 lesa Gli 1 year read.3933i chrome rims, good
-4$22 OBO5 L5ke i$0.s 3348k796s7s92 4000 miles, 1 year TASM S GC 8100 C.
352-4274 Jaco '08 Eagle $14,750.333-7555 (Silver) sell as is - warrenty left. , 34 33 1291 condition. $1800 .
$Sh Raide 6500. OBO Toyota '0; Coro1lla LE $17,000. 334-618-4430 334-798-1768
291RLTSv, t wheel Mitsubishi '06 er 334-774-1915 Loaded, Great Gas MC 00' Sierra 2500
SDuro Cross, Ce w $ 0Mileage $50 r Harley Davidson '08 $1,500 cditio. Res e
reclinersfreestand- Cab, V8,Loaded,32K Corvette con, $250 r month Lo Rider, less than R 334-677-6715
ing tablew/4 chairs, $14,500. 334-791-0646 pewter with black Call Steve Hatcher 3K mi. black, warran- 0. 96-2005
queen bed, 3slides, interior, auto, 84k INFINITI 01 130 120K (334 91.82-13 ty, perfect cond. 1
no smoking or pets, Automobiles miles. 16,500. 334- $5,95 west Main Car many xtras. $13,500 Jeep '01 Wrangler
Like nwcr -7 only $2 596-1694 Sales LLC 1919 TOYOTA '08 Cam , 850-526-2790 nara, b cyl., auomat.
S/S roLp, Min-kota REDUCEe !West Main Street LE, cert. preowne, ic, hard top, AC, Mazda 02 MPV
2Pro-air nautiue, nice Datsun '78 280Z 2+2, . (334m 699-5880 drkgray, 24,500 mi., Harley Davidson '95 cruise, 75K mi., Lo 16
sthureo stem, excel- 24 5HondaCivic EX, original 3 owner,9 5 w/ext warranty. Ultra Classic Elec- $11,995 080. 334- LX Vs 102k miles,
depthfndition, l 2 EOnly d6,955 miles. speed, fuel injected, $17,700. 334-718-9630 tric Glide 30 yr anni- 671-5051 or 797-5051334-805-0818 70

alrated live wells, Dodge 2500,w6.7 L Die- Need to Sell edge fu 1 ol Volkswagoni'69 Duel raided lines, 8,900 b vic
hours. $22,900 OBO. Like New. $11,500., 180k miles, a some Potversary m $7,9500 . 4-but e803s GMC
334-794-9766 Cal 718-5251 rust, runs but needs 695-4014 aTRANSMISSION GMC '811500 C.
So all 718-5251 wi k $28 5 0 0 8 s L e in and will not drive. Excellent running
334- 757060 p work. $2500 OBO 850- Hrey Davidson '96 $1,500 condition. Restored,

New 2009 Bass fuy KEYSTOFord 03NExplorer 4- GAR$5320 24K miles, $4000. g 334-355-1118
Tracer '0P 7106 Coa n 579- 2136 Iv mrFatboy, red & white, m334-699-8788. $3000 OBO.

w/Mercury 5HP Mirada, 31.5 ft, 37k Marquis. Great Con- cond in & out. 5,100. 34-7-424 ercedes 05 ML 350. Trucks-Heavy Duty *at
loaded, garage kept. , 1 mes, , d . O O O 3 e . .
.Lessthan 5hA. Warr. 301, 1/2 Ton Towable Covertable Super or new $A 42, , L ,
until 2013. $9,875 Fifth Wheel, lots of Sport $8495 West 334-899-1212
F iihmaster, Bass boat Reese hitch included, 1919 West Main St. Passat. Leather, S3UV. 5 spo 6 1 s4
17ft. 120 P Like new. $10,900 334-699-5880 Loaded. Great eWD.JKrcr cn
2004 Honda Civic.Condition. 793-0095 W 1D.500r.

2750ft. 12334-596-50 H/P Like new. $10,900 20074 Honda E eCivic; 346958 Cnio n.7 305 W 34. 72C tt r 1.5s0
Mercruiser 850-718-5243. Like new. Sell Below g '05 Neon SXT, o a 0- ._ _ _ _ NSA 0 Q G '9 c r

S/Sr Min-kota ow rake system. 2007II N ssan A. ima. Mazda 89 R . non B er 850-526 $2,950.334-797-2866 towpkg$16435
S ro in ot Jeep Wrangler I acula. automatic, loaded, . \ 2 auto, diesel -42K K 69K8 DVD suat.n radio,o Z7 4 wheel drive,
12 vot tinimotor COMPLETE SET-UP d . 2004 Lilncoln 71,000 miles $5995. mi0es, 40MPG,0 3 4 - Harley Sporttr 06 towm, 2p L red, door, 176K

225HPJohnsonMtr, althFi vai @ elite,6 CD Stereo. interior. 59K miles. 350 engine $10,00. or 796-54213Main Car Sales LLC 3500,1 Ton, Sharpe,
u er 5thwheel,e Jayc, Towncar, Silver. 334-790-7959 0 $0610 m 334)89-0o Moor cooer stor. space. owner miles. $3,300, 334-
depth/sh un 8Eagle, 291 RLTS & 'M07 Great Condition.M 2497 or 334-672-1655 & Hines Short S, 10Vance0 3p e805-0818 701-4264/701-870
airated live wells, Dodge 2500, 6.7 L Die- Need to Sell Dodge '85 150 Royal &$ines18
sel w/ sliding hitutomatic Slant m T iO ES30o98K Volkswagon '69 Duel braided lines, 8,9005 8

3Gur a^Ltrvond$51K. Dam o 6 31k f9new $12,s84334 3. -3l .618 -re3tS $3,750om aticZ0 98DZ5 b Loadned v j
aluminum drive on ms w l c originall 70K mi__ ES30 Port 1600, eng. over- mi $7,995.794-8037 N an
big wheel trailer, full $51K. 334-791-4192 6, original 70K m $6,900 West Main Car haul Dec. '08. New tie Nissan 01
canvas cover. $5,000. Sabre by aaino 004 ScionXA, $2500 OBO850-447- Sales LLC 1919 rod balljoints, steer HONDA '03 Metr $8995 West Main Car o
7 334-475 38d065 FM Drh7 so7d -285liS aleste r 2 a7141erNisans '0 7 Pjointsdertaer-sl s h rpoo1erk T rs00 RX300ed
500 334-897- 36mpg, 9,000 mils 2856 0 West Main Street ing dampner, noma- $17,000.334-897-02 Dump Truck $47
216 or 334-733-0020 Acura850-272-2726 MDXtour Loaded, warranty, LLC 1919 West lrr rst. $2300. eight yellow, low Sales LLC 1919 West PLYMOUTH '96 Grand Frontier-1041, 334-687-
482-51878many extras, clean - -'a L EUS' 399L mi0. 9 334-718-1188 774 7108. towing package, d c
sacrifice $29k 850- White. 154K miles. VOLVO'06 XC90774-, tower steing p age, new
593-56aExcellent Conditio Ocean Race Edition. Honda'03Shadow k ump. very clean, cab,
SHomes/RVsJ $ 3.500 4686631 ctutof800mile Ace Deluxe, 750 CC, sowomileage, $3,750
M Iulactured. 20Kmiles.lots of accessories,3080-eae 53,5
New 2009 Bass Ford 03' Exolorer 4- Rer ils for $53,225. 24K mlaes, $4000. 334- ed355 1118
Tracker PRO 16 Coachman '97 2006 Merury Grand r $ 00 334-494-68084K miles, $4000. 334-355-1118 e- ss
M o2or006meR O416 NISS A N4G-6dA9tom109U Bi 2 1 K e
ELPT4Stroke motor miles, goodcon, edition. One Owner. OBO 334-494-3555 VW '04Beetle Ex. Condo. Red col- tan, SUV. Auto 6cy. OBO 334
used 7 times. All std $15,00.229-334-9413 Less than NADA. 334-494-2784 Convertable Super or new chrome AW. 42,000, Loaded,
equip incld. 1,000 in oncor oac 334-9- Ford '03 Mustang GT Sharp! $250 down $6200. 334-308-1399 Power steeringCD, Ii 05 - u 673-46308
$10,750 asking $9,500 long 2700mi. Take miles. auto. Garage i c n Ell; 714
OBO. 907-687-7661. over payments.850, kept. $10.800 OBO. Well Mantained. All runYamaha ZI e unroow mies,
Playbuoy '9418 foot- 593r5103 334-596- 9966 Servce Records. it 20 Ym1i. 5.500.
Pno boat, runs 1348995. 334or 793 r, ne.3 in.2 2K100, hi. 2003.00lea hen iey
$2750. 34-596-5032 36ft workhorse chas- Ctouring, excco, d re- 0 a .,c & Ant5queJ $22.000. 334-792- truck. low 91 eS. au
s l 58.1 gas engine, 2007 Ford Edge. a rner ing varr. 48.000 Hond a 06' Renet $1076. TO lesl $oe l.I500r .
22k mi.. no sink. 7kw SEL Plus. loaded. m. blac ike e. 250cc 68 gar4e k 34474 7 3 4 Et c. cS
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truck $30,000 850- heater, hydraulic $8,750 West Main ing, 69Kmiles, $8,995 mantanice at dealer 334-695-7212
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Leather Recliners, $38,000 334-687-9663 Fleetwood. Top con- $5000. 334-696-2005 Nissan '08 Sentra Trailer 5X8 $750. Ed, cover & helmet, -le8ve a message
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1995 Travel Trailer. blue, 161k miles, Oldsmoble'95 ut- 34-5 4 cab, brush grd 155K
cold AC. evceilert $5000, good condo , Honda '04 Chiic lass S'L, all pwr, AC, HARLEY Davidson '01 Star touringlbie, m8, $13,700 4456027
or,,.. $400 negotia- 334-797-2706 under 100K mi. candy apple red, new Road King Police. 2500 mls $850 Dodge '08 Quad cab
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