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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Group to put on Thanksgiving spread


Residents who can't afford to spread a Thanksgiving
day table, or who don't have someone with whom to share
the holiday meal do have an alternative.
A free Thanksgiving Day dinner will be held in the
Grocery Outlet parking lot this year. The meal will be suf-
ficient for up to 200 people, and will be served from 11
a.m. until 1 p.m. It includes turkey, dressing, mashed
potatoes, green beans,rolls, cranberry sauce, pumpkin pie,
and a beverage.
An outreach of the New Life Family Church of
Marianna, the meal is part of the church's larger King's
Table program.
Through it, and Trumpeter's Song Ministries, the
church feeds people all year long.
According to Lori Gregg, an organizer, volunteers cook
and deliver hot meals for 100 seniors and shut-ins across
Jackson County every Saturday.
Additionally, it provides 200 bags of non-perishables
and other uncooked food each month; two bags each
week for 24 of those served on the Saturday routes.
Gregg said the weekly effort started after last year's
Thanksgiving Day meal.
She acknowledged it's a challenge for a church of about
50 members to support. It costs them about $650 a month
to provide the weekly food bags.
Outside monetary'donations are accepted and volun-
teers are needed and welcome, she said.
To find out more, call Gregg at 557-3595, or
Trumpeter's Song Ministries coordinator Joy Gilbert at
Donations can also be mailed to King's Table Food
Ministry, 4028 Lafayette St. West, Marianna, FL 32446.

Jo Gilbert and Lori Gregg work in the food pantry at New Life Family Church Thursday. - Mark Skinner /

Jeff Mathis

to be



f The Marianna
Winterfest and
parade is sched-
uled for Saturday,
Dec. 5, and a
national sports fig-
ure with local ties
^Jeff has been named
Jeff grand marshal of
Mathis the parade.
Marianna native
Jeff Mathis, now a catcher for the
Anaheim Angels, will fulfill that
Marianna .city commissioners
are excited about having Mathis
lead the parade, and are planning
to honor him with a key to the
In addition to having a celebri-
ty lead the parade, there's another
change in the Christmas event
this year.\
Having the, event on the week-
end is a departure ,from years
past, but Main Street Marianna is
hoping the change will be well
The organization is asking
businesses to help make the festi-
val as special as it was last year.
Main Street Marianna wants to
make it snow again, as it did in
The snow-covered ground was
a rousing success with children
last year, according to Main
Street Marianna Director
Charlotte Brunner.
Businesses are asked to donate
$500 so the snow machine can be
used again this year. To con-.
tribute, call Brunner at 718-1022.
Winterfest gets under way at
noon and will culminate in a 5
p.m. parade. Throughout the day,
See MATHIS, Page 9A >

Honoring veterans

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Members of The Ted Walt Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 12046 help to lead off the Veterans
Day Parade in Marianna Saturday morning. - Mark Skinner / Floridan


arrested after

attempting to

flee with child
A Marianna
father was arrested
Friday after he
allegedly tried to
flee with his child
during a dispute.
According to a Greggory J.
news release from Basford
the Marianna
Police Department, officers were
called out to the Grocery Outlet
on Lafayette Street for a child
custody dispute taking place.
On their arrival, officers
learned that the father, Greggory
Jerome Basford, 28, of 3395
Riley Drive in Marianna, had fled
the scene with the child.
As he was fleeing, Basford
allegedlystruck one person with
See FLEE, Page 9A >

Sheriff's office

warns of new

phone scam
The Jackson County Sheriff's
Office is warning residents of a
new phone scarh making the
According to a news release
from the sheriff's office, the
scammers will call and claim the
person has won a Wal-Mart gift
card. The caller will state that
there is a small processing fee
before the card can be delivered,
and will ask for a debit or credit
card number.
According to the sheriff's
office, Wal-Mart has advised that
this is a scam, and reminds resi-
dents that credit card information
should never be given out over
the phone if the caller is not

Chamber looks to

expand headquarters

The Jackson County Chamber
of Commerce is expanding the
Russ House grounds and estab-
lishing a new business incubator
in the house it bought next door.

Chamber CEO Art Kimbrough
said Wednesday that details of
the incv' tor plan have not been
worked out, but he anticipates it
will be a place where three to
four small start-ups can rent
See CHAMBER, Page 9A >

New police lodge holds first meeting

Law enforcement officers from the Jackson County
Sheriff's Office and the Marianpa Police Department
gathered Thursday to hold the first meeting of the
newest lodge of the Fraternal Order of Police.
Chipola Lodge No. 167 was chartered in February
by the Florida Fraternal Order of Police. According to
a news release from the lodge, 10 officers from the
sheriff's office, police department and Floridai
Highway Patrol petitioned the state organization for

the charter. The inaugural meeting Thursday dis-
cussed the lodge's mission in Jackson County and set
meeting times and dates for the future. Both Sheriff
Lou Roberts and Chief Hayes Baggett are among the
lodge's first members.
It is the second FOP lodge in Jackson County; the
Three Rivers Lodge has been located in Sneads for
several years. Membership in the Chipola Lodge is
open to any active or retired law enforcement officer
in Jackson County. For more information, call Rusty
Booth at 557-1958.

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Blountstown 11.02 ft. 15.0 ft.
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Publisher - Valeria Roberts
Managing Editor- Michael Becker
Circulation Manager - Dena Oberski

Contact Us
Telephone: (850) 526-3614
FAX: (850) 482-4478
Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 520, Marianna, FL 32447
Street Address:
4403 Constitution Lane
Marianna, FL 32446
Office Hours:
Weekdays, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
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Your should receive your news-
paper no later than 6 a.m., but if for
some reason it does not arrive call
the Floridan's customer service rep-
resentatives between 8 a.m. and 5.
p.m. Monday-Friday and 7-11 a.m.
on Sunday. The Jackson County
Floridan (USPS 271-840) is pub-
lished Tuesday through Friday and
Sunday mornings. Periodical
postage paid at Marianna, Fla.
Home delivery: $11:23 per
month; $32.83 for three months;
$62.05 for six months; and $123.45
for one year. All prices include appli-
cable state and local taxes. Mail sub-
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The advertiser agrees that the
publisher shall not be liable for
damages arising out of errors and
advertisements beyond the amount
paid for the space actually occupied
by that portion of the advertise-
ments in which the error occurred,
whether such error is due to the
negligence of the publisher's
employees or otherwise, and there
shall be not liability for non-inser-
tion of any advertisement beyond
the amount paid for such advertise-
ment. This newspaper will not
knowingly accept or publish illegal
material of any kind. Advertising
which expresses preference based
on legally protected personal char-
acteristics is not acceptable.
How to get your
news published
The Jackson County Floridan will
publish news of general interest free
of charge. Submit your news or
Community Calendar events via e-
mail, fax, mail, or hand delivery.
Fees may apply for wedding,
engagement, anniversary and birth
announcements. Forms are avail-
able at the Floridan offices.
Photographs must be of good qual-
ity and suitable for print. The
Floridan reserves the right to edit all

Getting it


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

November 8 - Sunday
- * The Kittrell Reunion starts at 10 a.m. in the
Alford Community Center. Bring a covered dish
and photos to share.
* The Marianna Woman's Club will celebrate
its 90th anniversary from 2-4 p.m. at the club-
house, located at the corner of Caledonia and
Clinton streets. The public is encouraged to
attend. A highlight of the event will be, a skit at ,
2:30 p.m. Written by supporter Frances Stone,'
it will be acted by some of the members of the
organization and features the history of the

November 9 - Monday
* The Southeastern Community Blood Center
mobile unit will be at Courtyard at the Millpond,
7-11 a.m., or donate blood at the center, 2503
Commercial Park Drive in Mariainna, Monday
through Friday, 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Call 526-4403.
* The Jackson County Democratic Party
meets at 6 p.m. in the Jackson County Board of
Commissioners offices. Call 482-5943 or 482-
* Sneads High School Project Graduation
Committee meets, 6:30 p.m. in the SHS
* Alcoholics Anonymous has an open meet-
ing each Monday, from 8 to 9 p.m., at the First
United Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna. Meet in the AA room.

November 10 - Tuesday
* Grand Ridge School will- host a Star
Spangled Tribute to our area veterans in the
school gymnasium at 9 a.m. with singing, a
keynote speech by Larry Crawford, GRS
teacher and Vietnam vet, and recognition of all
veterans in attendance.
* There will be a Veteran's Day program in
the Sneads High School Auditorium at 11 a.m.
Luncheon will follow. All vets and families are
* Emerald Coast Hospice Branch Director

Marie Herring, R.N. will present, "Grief in the
Holidays," an in-service with tips and tools to
help manage ones grief, 11 a.m. at 4374
Lafayette St., Marianna. Call 526-3577.
* The William Henry Milton Chapter 1039,
United Daughters of the Confederacy, meets at
Jim's Buffet and Grill at 11 a.m. for a Dutch-
treat lunch, followed by ritual and program; "Of
Men and Mules." The history and heritage
group -welcomes female descendants of
Confederate veterans to meet the second
Tuesday of each mpnth, September-November
and January-May. Call 663-2570 or 482-3477.
* The Southeastern Community Blood Center
mobile unit will be at Chipola Nursing Pavilion,
11 a.m.-4 p.m., or donate blood at the center,
2503 Commercial Park Drive in Marianna,
Monday through Friday, 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Call 526-
* The Republican Club of Northwest Florida
meets every second Tuesday of the month, at
noon, at Jim's Buffet and Grill in Marianna.
Today's speaker is Congressional candidate
Carl E. Meece. Call 718-5411.
* The Optimist Club of Jackson County board
meets every second Tuesday, at noon in the
First Capital Bank,.Marianna.
* The Riverside Elementary School Advisory
Council meets at 4 p.m. in .the conference
room, to discuss parent involvement, purchas-
es and the School Improvement Plan.
* The Annual Pilot Club of Marianna
Spaghetti Dinner is 5-7 p.m. at St. Luke's
Episcopal Church (enter from Wynn Street, exit
onto U.S. Highway 90/Lafayette St.). Tickets:
$5 each (eat in or carry out). Proceeds benefit
club projects.
* The quarterly meeting 'of the Jackson
Hospital Board of Trustees Joinf Conference
Committee starts at 5:30 p.m. in the board

November 11 - Wednesday
* The Southeastern Community Blood Center

mobile unit will be at the Marianna Wal-Mart,
10 a.m.-3 p.m., or donate blood at the center,
2503 Commercial' Park Drive in Marianna,
Monday through Friday. Call 526-4403.
* Alcoholics Anonymous has an open meet-
ing Wednesdays, noon to 1 p.m., at the First
United Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna. Meet in the AA room.

November 12 - Thursday
* The Southeastern Community Blood Center
mobile unit will be at Graceville High School, 8
a.m.-2 p.m., or donate blood at the center,
2503 Commercial Park Drive, Marianna,
Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Call 526-4403.
* The Covenant Hospice Bereavement
Department presents a free workshop, "Coping
with the Holidays," 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at 4440
Lafayette St., Suite C, Marianna. Light lunch
will be served'. Registration required. Call 482-
8520, 888-817-2191.
* East Jackson County Economic
Development Council meets at noon at West
Florida Electric Cooperative in Sneads. A light
lunch Will be-served.
* Marianna High School College and Career
Night is 5:30-7:30 p.m. to highlight area col-
leges'and programs available to students.
* Jackson County Property Appraiser Sharon
Cox hosts her. fifth annual Appreciation
Barbeque, 6 p.m. in the Ag Building at the fair
grounds on US Highway 90. The free event fea-
tures barbeque Boston butt prepared by
"Famous Amos Morris" and music by The
Original Artists.
* Geeks Help @ Chipola will offer a Social
Networking seminar, 6-8 p.m. in the Continuing
Education department at Chipola College. Cost:
$25. Call 718-7563; visit
* AA meets Thursdays for a "closed discus-
sion," 8-9 p.m. at First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna, in the
AA room. Attendance limited to persons with a
desire to stop drinking.


The Mafianna P
Department reports th
lowing incidents for IN
and 6, the latest ava
reports: Five traffic
dents, one stolen ve
one abandoned ve
three suspicious veh
two suspicious inci(
three suspicious per
two information rer
two highway obstruc
one ill person, one ve
burglary, four distur-
bances, one juvenile
disturbance, one fire,
one drug case, one
burglar alarm, one
panic alarm, one lar-
ceny, one trespassing
found/abandoned pro]
two loud noise/disturl
complaints, one dog
plaint, one
agency assist, one
abuse report, three p
service calls, two p
requests, three wort
document reports, one
cellaneous escort, two
rants served, 13 t

e fol-
4ov. 5

stops, one misdemeanor
battery, one 911 hangup
and one disabled vehicle.

hicle, The Jackson County
hicle, Sheriff's Office reports the
iicles, following incidents for,
dents, Nov. 5 and 6, the latest
sons, available reports: Four
ports, abandoned vehicles, ninq
tions, alarms, six animal com-
ehicle plaints, one assault, seven
,. burglaries, two civil
. '_-._-.- disputes, one crimi-
-:----r. nal mischief/vandal-
,-. ism complaint, three
CRIME disturbances, one
drag racing report,
,. one one drug investigation, 19
perty, EMS calls, two fires, one
bance found property, one funeral
corn- escbrt, one gas leak, two
retail harassment complaints,
one one highway/road obstruc-
child tion, three information
public reports, three larcenies, one
patroll lost/stolen tag, one miscel-
hless laneous escort, two pedes-
mis- trian/hitchhiker corn-
war- plaints, one patrol request,
ralfflic one prowler/peeping tomn

complaint, 11 public serv-.
ice calls, two sex offenses,
one stolen vehicle, one sui-
cide, 13 suspicious inci-
dent/person/vehicle com-
plaints, four traffic acci-
dents, 20 traffic stops, four
prisoner transports, two
trespassing complaints,
one unsecured building
checked, one VIN verifica-
tion and 13 warrant arrests.

The following people
were booked into the coun-
ty jail during the latest
reporting period:
-Michael Herbert, 25,
5195 11th Ave., Malone,
driving while license sus-
-Johnny Chapman, 46,
24902 CR 332, Sweeny,
Texas, sexual battery, false
imprisonment, burglary
with battery, violation of
state probation (burglary of'
an unoccupied structure).
-Isiah Wilcher, 24, 613
Pinto Drive, Dothan,

Ala., worthless check.
-Robert bell, 23, 4519
Brookes Lane, Marianna,
knowingly driving while
license suspended/revoked.
-Greg Basford, 28, 3395
Riley Drive, Marianna, bat-
tery (domestic violence),
aggravated battery with a
deadly weapon (motor
-Jason Hall, 32, 8083
Eugenia St., Sneads, grand
theft motor vehicle, hold
for Gadsden County.
-Glenn Johnson, 48,
3995 Woodrest Road,
Cottondale, grand theft.
-Colby Wilson, 23, 2451
Felix St., Alford, violation
of conditional release, two
counts of failure to appear,
hold for Calhoun County.
-Randall Brazier, 56, 89
Bluebird Lane,
Crawfordville, violation of
state probation.
-Terry Williams, 42,
4080 McCrary Drive.
Marianna, sentenced to 60
-Quida Johnson. 49,
3995 Woodrest Road,

Cottondale, grand theft.
-Tijuana Horne, 32,
4367 Kent Drive,
Marianna, resisting or
obstructing without vio-
lence, driving while license
suspended/revoked, unau-
thorized possession of a
driver's license.
-Amanda Bellamy, 36,
109 Ambersweet Way,
Davenport, five counts of
worthless checks, fraudu-
lent use of a credit card,
hold for Calhoun County.
-David Beall, 35, 5580
Hummingbord Road,
Bascom, five counts of
aggravated assault with
intent to commit a felony
(domestic violence),
improper exhibition of a
firearm, unlawful dis-
charge of a firearm.


To report a crime, call
CrimeStoppers at 526-
To report a wildlife vio-
lation, call 1-888-404-
FWCC (3922).

Community Calendar



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JACKSON COUNTY LIFE Jackson County Floridan * Sunday, November 8, 2009 3A


turns 2
Jackson "Rhett" Bethea
of Marianna celebrated his
second birthday on Sept.
20, 2009. He is the son of
Patrick and Nikki Bethea of
Grandparents are Leon
and Carolyn Brooks of
Marianna; and Tom and -
-Elizabeth Bethea of
Palatka. A (
Rhett celebrated with
pizza and cake on Sept. 18,
with his friends at daycare .
at the home of Betty ".-
Broome. ..
A "Thomas the Tank
Engine" party was held on i
Sunday, 'Sept. 20, at his .
grandparents' home in
Marianna. Jackson " hett" Bethea

Betheas welcome a son
Patrick and Nikki Bethea -- .
of Marianna announce the-
birth of their son, Samuel
"Brooks" Bethea, born .
Sept. 23, 2009, at,7:35 a.m. " . '
at Bay. Medical Center in -: ' i.
Panama City.
At birth, he weighed 7
pounds, 13 ounces and was
21/4 inches'in length. A
He joins three brothers: '
2.- His maternal grandpar- -" . ,
ents are Leon and Carolyn .
Brooks of Marianna. His . -J
paternal grandparents are
Tom and Elizabeth Bethea
of Palatka. Samuel "Brooks" Bethea

ACS helps cancer patients

'Look Good, Feel Better'

The East Jackson County
Relay for Life met at the
West Florida Electric office
in Sneads on Oct. 22, when
Helen Herndon was recog-
nized for receiving the 2009
State Sunrise Award from
the' American Cancer
Society. Herndon received
the award for her participa-
tion in the ACS "Look Good
... Feel Better" (LGFB) pro-
The recipients of the
award are evaluated based
on their demonstrated will-
ingness and availability to
work with patients undergo-
ing cancer treatment. They
must actively work to raise
awareness of LGFB in their
community and promote the
LGFB program to medical
professionals and patients
within their community.
"Look Good ... Feel
Better" is a free, communi-
ty-based program thal
teaches cancer patients
beauty tips to look better,
and feel good about how
they look during chemother-
apy and radiation treat-
Volunteer beauty profes-
sionals teach women about
makeup, skin care, and ways
to deal with hair loss. LGFB
is also available for men and
has a special program for
Additional information
on this program can be
found at or
1-800-395-LOOK (1-800-

Helen Herndon, left, and ACS community representa-
tive Mya VanArsdale, Bay Unit. - Contributed photo


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Austin Michael Westbrook

Westbrook is 12

Austin Michael
Westbrook, son of Michael
and Melissa Reis
Westbrook, celebrated his
12th birthday on Oct. 28,
2009. A party was held
Saturday, Oct. 24 at
Adventureland in Dothan,
Ala., where a few friends
and family members

enjoyed putt-putt golf, go-
carts and video games.
Austin is the grandson of
Billy and Terrie Westbrook
of Malone, and Tony and
Margaret Otero of
Providence, k.I. He is the
great-grandson of Dora
Westbrook and the late Paul
Westbrook of Bascom.

Basic Law Enforcement &
Crossover from Corrections
to Law Enforcement
Night Academy starts: Jan. 28, 2010
Orientation: Jan. 21, 2010
Basic Corrections Academy
New Fire Academy begins January 2010
AL & GA residence: NO out of state tuition
Call (850) 718-2479 or (850) 718-2286

Linda Pforte Ins Agcy Inc
Linda J Porte, Agent
Marianna, FL 32448
Bus: 850-482-3425

One call could bring down your car
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Life Policy [

Engagement, wedding and
anniversary announcements
are published in the Sunday
edition of the Jackson County
Floridan. E-mail your photo and
the relevant information to edi-
Submit announcements at
least two weeks before your
desired publication date.
Announcements are $.75 per
column line. All announce-
ments must be paid for before
they run. Cash, checks or cred-
it 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 will appear
Celebrating 50, 65 or more
years of marriage? We'll pub-
lish it for free. For other
anniversary years, the above
rates apply.
Birthday announcements for
children 12 and under are pub-
lished for free. For other ages,
the above rates apply.
Birth announcements are
published for free.
Questions? Call 526-3614 or

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Publisher: Valeria Roberts

Managing Editor: Michael Becker

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Organizers of Marianna's Veterans
Day parade had hoped that by moving
it to Saturday, they might get a better
turnout in terms of participants.
However, their intentions did not
quite bear fruit.
That's a shame. As of Thursday,
there were only about 30 entries, and
organizers extended the deadline with
the. hope. of convincing, more people to
put a float of some sort together and
entering it. , , . ,
What begali slome 90- ears ago as a
day to commemorate the signing of
the armistice that ended World War I
has since been e\painded to remember ,`
all those who have served in the mili-
tary. . :
Veterans Day parades are as old as
the holiday itself. But for some rea- .
son, the parades seem to get smaller.
Some believe this is because fewer
people now enter military service,
given that the draft has ended. As a
result, fewer Americans have friends
or relatives who are veterans.
Whatever the reason, .Veterans Day
parades aren't what they used to be.
We congratulate the members of the
VFW Ladies Auxiliary 12046 for put-
ting the time and the effort into trying
to breathe a little more life back in to
this year's parade.
So it was a bit disappointing to see
Saturday's rather low turnout. We
hope the VFW Ladies Auxiliary will
continue its efforts to expand the
parade and the profile, and we urge
the community to come out in greater
numbers next year.


Florida Legislature
Rep. Marti Coley, R-District 7
Capitol office
319 The Capitol
402 South Monroe St. ,
Tallahassee, FL 3239-' " 3 '"
(850) 488-2873
District office
Building L, Room 108 Chipola College
3094 Indian Circle
Marianna, FL 32446-1701
(850) 718-0047
Rep. Brad Drake, R-District 5
Capitol office
313 House Office Building
402 South Monroe St.
Tallahassee, FL 32399-1300
(850) 488-4726
District office
NWFL State-Chautauqua Campus #205
908 U.S. Highway 90 West .
DeFuniak Springs, FL 32433-1436
(850) 892-8431

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Pack 170 Scouts celebrate at Westfork


Cub Scouts in Pack 170
enjoyed an evening full of
activities, delicious food,
music, and honoring the
accomplishments of its
members on Oct. 31, at
Westfork Ranch in
Marianna. The occasion
was a mixture of celebrat-
ing milestone accomplish-
ments, contests, a hay ride,
and live entertainment pro-
vided by Neysa Wilkins
from Channel 7 News,
WJHG TV in Panama City.
The evening began with
the annual pumpkin carv-
ing contest, with the pump-
kins being donated by
Bobby Bergeron of
Marianna Limestone LLC.
Upon completion of their
masterpieces, Cub Scouts
and parents climbed aboard
Jamey Westbrook's tractor
and trailer combo for an
enjoyable hay ride through
the farm.
When the journey was
completed, Scouts were
welcomed back to the farm
by Neysa Wilkins, where
she had already served as
judge for the pumpkin con-
test. Receiving "Best of
Show" honors for his
unique creation was Austin
Livingston. Neysa then
provided an entertaining
medley of songs, including
some funny songs that kept
the audience 'laughing,
along with favorite hymns.
She also posed for pictures
with all of the boys, as well
as signed copies of her
CDs. Accompanying
Neysa for the evening was
her fiance, Alex.
Scouts and their families
prepared for the evening
meal of pizza, chicken
wings, and an array of
desserts, prior to the
awards ceremony held
around a roaring campfire.
Tiger Cubs, Wolves, Bears
and Webelos were honored'
for their work in complet-
ing important requirements
on their road to becoming
Boy Scouts. Patches,
badges, arid activity pins
were presented by leaders
Mary Ann Hutton and
Steve McCool.
A very special, momen-
tous award of achievement
was presented to Sean
Everitt, as he earned the
AITow of Light, the highest
honor a Cub Scout can
earn. Sean was presented
with his award, along with
a Boy- Scout T-shirt, walk-
ing stick, Boy Scout hand-
book and certificate of
graduation. He officially
."crossed over" to become a
Boy Scout and will now be
a member of Troop 33 in
Marianna, under the lead-
ership of Cub Master Steve
Pack 170 Scouts will
hold their next meeting to
ride in the Veteran's Day
parade on Saturday, Nov. 7,
as they honor our local vet-
erans, along with all those
who have served our coun-
try. The annual Scouting
for Food will be held that
afternoon at Winn Dixie to
collect cafined food items
for the local food pantry.
To learn more about
Scouting, please call Mary
Ann Hutton at 209-2818,
or e-mail cokehut@digital-

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Bobby Bergeron, right, from Marianna Limestone LLC
gives his contribution for pumpkins to Asst. Cub Master
Steve Hutton. - Contributed photo

Neysa Wilkins and Alex with the Scouts, front row, from left, Joshua Salvaty, Sean
Gaffaney Jahn Sanchez, Kyle Morgan, Hunter Hutton, Ryan Mathis, Chase Elkins
and Noah McArthur; and back row, Gio, Will Sanchez, Alex, Neysa Wilkins, Sean
Everitt, and Calen Sims. - Contributed photo

Mary Ann Hutton presents Austin Livingston with his
"Best of Show" ribbon for the pumpkin carving contest.
- Contributed photo

Sean Everitt proudly dis-
plays his Arrow' of Light
award, the highest possi-
ble award in Cub Scouts.
- Contributed photo

Webelos receiving awards include Hunter Hutton, Ryan
Mathis, Sean Everitt, Noah McArthur and Calen Sims;
front row, Chase Elkins. - Contributed photo

-Sean Everitt is accompanied by his parents, Bill and
Becky Everitt, as he receives his graduation certificate
from Asst. Cub Master Steve Hutton. - Contributed

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Garden Club sale

The Chipola College Brain Bowl A and B teams finished first and second respective-
ly at the ACF Fall Academic Tournament Oct. 31 in Gainesville. Pictured from left
are Cody Pickens, Ethan Hewett, Nathan Hooppell, Drew Padgett, Brittany Stephens,
coach Stan Young, coach Dr. Robert Dunkle, and Dallin Kelson. Not pictured is
Jessica Bradley. - Contributed photo

Brain Bowlers take top

spots at ACF tourney

The Chipola College
Brain Bowl A and B teams
finished first and second
respectively at the Academic
Competition Federation Fall
Academic Tournament Oct.

31 in Gainesville. Chipola A
finished 11-0, while Chipola
B finished 10-1, losing only
to Chipola A. The 12-team
field included the University
of South Florida and several
state colleges. Five Chipola
players scored among the

top 15 individuals, with
Chipola's Dallin Kelson as
first overall. Ethan Hewett
was third. Cody Pickens,
Drew Padgett and Nathan
Hooppell finished at num-
bers 12, 13 and 14, respec-

Gulf Power Transformers

donate funds to children

Gulf Power Transformers presented a check to Superintendent of Jackson County
Schools Lee Miller, along with representatives of Jackson County Elementary
Schools. The Gulf Power Transformers, Plant Scholz Chapter, a group of Gulf
Power employees, organized a charity golf tournament in September and con-
tributed the tournament earnings to the Jackson County School Board, to give to
elementary school children in need. They are planning another event for next
year. Gulf Power employees pictured are John Sewell, who is presenting the
check, Barry Sullivant, Russell Hollis and Bobby Basford. - Contributed photo

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change your life!

Do you have a dental bridge or dentures? Come discover what's
new in dentistry - and learn about more affordable choices. With
the latest advances in dental implant procedures, a life-changing
smile could be easier than ever for you!

When: 6:00pm, Thursday, November 19th
Where: 103 Medical Dr. (next to Flowers Hospital)
Presented by: Dr. John Miller & Dr. Daniel Pittman
Please Call Kathy Wimberly at 334-793-7232 to RSVP.
- No Childcare Available -

Ouida and Don Evans shop at the Marianna Garden Club's yard and bake sale.
The sale was raising money for community projects such as Chipola College
scholarships. - Mark Skinner / Floridan

Jack-O-Lantern Face-Off winners
The winners of the Jackson
County Public Library's Jack-
4 "''" ... O-Lantern Face-Off are, first
' place, Sierra Kinsinger with
S "Pinky Pig"; and second
-place , Catilyn, Jamie,
Hannah and T.J. Roberts with
Contributed photo

The Classic

Timeless symbol
of Love

Downtown Marianna


Come and See Paul Daily, Horse Whisperer
as he breaks and rides a previously unridden
horse during one demonstration session.

This event is free to the public but a voluntary
offering will be received. Bring your lawn chairs
and enjoy free coffee and soft drinks.

From the Bottle

To the Bible

Come hear an Amazing Story of the

First Baptist Church of BASCOM, FL
Friday & Saturday nights,
November 13th & 14th at 7:00pm
& Sunday Morning, November 15th at 10:00am
Also featuring music by Mark Lanier on Friday and
Saturday and "The Bibletones" on Sunday morning.
Call 850/592-2126 or 850/557-3046 for more information LOCAL

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Sarah Young puts on her
official Krispy Kreme hat.
- Contributed photo

Sarah Cox, Anna Smith
and Elijah Cox watch as
doughnuts are glazed. -
Contributed phot6

Deacon Smith and Mason Young share a laugh and
doughnuts together. - Contributed photo

Home educators

take sweet field trip

For their Nov. 4 field
trip, the Chipola Home
Educators home school
group traveled to Krispy
Kreme Doughnut Shop in
Dothan, Ala., to get a
behind-the-scenes look at
the doughnut-making
Staff members present-
ed each student with an
employee hat at the start
of the tour.
Students saw how batter
and chocolate icing are
made, and the way the
conveyor belt carries the
doughnuts to receive the
Then they were allowed
to take the baked dough-
nuts, dip them in chocolate
syrup, and roll them in

candy sprinkles.
At the end of the tour,
they were served a freshly
baked doughnut and soft
The CHE group then
traveled to Landmark
Park. a 130-acre park built
to preserve the natural and
cultural heritage of the
Students took in a pres-
entation at the Starlab
Planetarium, in which
prominent stars and con-
stellations were identified.
A leisurely walk along the
nature trail was the final
activity of the day.
To learn more about
home schooling or
Chipola Home Educators,
v i s i t

Bridge club results

The Marianna
Duplicate Bridge Club
plays bridge on Monday
afternoons in the St.
Luke's Episcopal Church
Parish Hall.
For the week of Nov. 2,
the winners were as fol-
First place - Douglas
Parker of Marianna, and
Kurt Opferman of
Second place - Jane

Sangaree and Dorothy
Baxter, both of Marianna.
Third place - Sara
Lewis of Dothan, Ala.,
and Ida Knowles of
Headland, Ala.
Fourth place -
Katrina LeBlanc of
Blountstown, and Betty
Brendemuehl of
Fifth place - Lottie
Williams and Libby
Hutto, both of Marianna.

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DOTHAN, Ala. - U.S.
flags and stars adorn the
porch and front door of a
Dothan family affected by a
national tragedy at an Army
post in Texas.
Lt. Col. Cynthia Bachus
of. the Alabama National
Guard said Tricia Royer, of
Dothan, traveled Thursday
to be near her husband, Maj.
*Randy Royer, in Fort Hood,
Texas, after he was injured
in a massacre that left 13
dead'and 31 others injured.
Maj. Nidal Malike Hasan
has been named as the gun-'
man. Bachus said Royer was
hospitalized with non-life-
threatening wounds, but she
did not know the full extent
of his injuries.
Royer was among 270
soldiers with the 135th
Expeditionary Sustainment
Command of Birmingham
who went to Fort Hood this
week in preparation for their
deployment to Afghanistan.-
While the Dothan Eagle
had yet to confirm on Friday
where Royer was located at
the time of the shootings, his
neighbor of five years, Don
Carter, said he was certain
Royer was somewhere
attempting to help others.
"Knowing Randy, he was
probably trying to do every-
thing he could to stop the
gunman. He is a fine man
who was concerned and very
close to his family. Very
dependable," Carter said.
"This neighborhood is
very close-knit, so we knew
to look out for his family.

They need to know they are
not alone in this and are in
all our thoughts and
Tate Hoxworth, . ,of
Michelin North America,
said in a statement that
Royer is a 20-year-employee
of the local plant.
"Our thoughts are with
him, his family and all of
those affected by this inci-
dent. We have offered our
full support to our colleague
and his family," the state-
ment read.
Bachus, who had spoken
to Tricia Royer, said Tricia
requested privacy as she
focused on her husband and
his recovery.
Carter, who was also a
guardsman, said he was
relieved his -neighbor was
only injured, but that he was
.not shocked at Thursday's
"'You would have never
imagined something like this
happening here, especially
on a military b-se and espe-
cially before saeir deploy-
ment. But I think it's just a
sign of the times. There are a
lot of crazy people in this
world," he said.
According to the Fort
Hood Public Affairs Office,
27 remained hospitalized on
Friday morning as a result of
Thursday's shootings.
Hasan was injured but still
alive and in stable condition,
according to the office.
According to the state
National Guard, the 135th's
guardsmen are from all over
Alabama and only half of
them still expected to deploy
this year.

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e. Kindle Lanes on U.S. Trail by the deputies with
ion, the child's Highway 90, he stopped the Jackson County
id climbed into the truck and is alleged to Sheriff's Office.
Basford's truck, have forcibly thrown the He was charged with
ipt to retrieve the child's mother out of the aggravated battery with a
asford was leav- vehicle. motor vehicle, and battery-
*ding to police. Basford was eventually domestic violence and was
asford reached stopped on Old Spanish taken to the county jail.

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afts, food vendors and more will Constitution Lane; Market Street from
n Market and Green streets. Jefferson to Caledonia streets; and Green
wd will also have a chance to Street from Clinton Street to U.S. 90.
nch RCA flat screen LCD tele- Contact Jessie Harris at City Hall at 850-
one-mile Jingle Fun Run down 482-2786 for tickets for the television."
way 90 will be held just before Tickets will also be sold the day of the
[arianna City Commission If you need a parade or vendor form, or
approved the parade route and the a One-Mile Jingle Fun Run entry form,
ong closure of certain roads for call Charlotte Brunner at 850-718-1022 or
The city will close the following you can visit websitee www.cityofmarian-
11 a.m. until 7 p.m. on Dec. 5: and download a form.

nber Continued From Page 1A

space at low rates, as they
get established.'
While there, they would
receive support from the
chamber in the form of
business set-up and opera-
tional advice, for
Ideally, after six months
to a year, the new business
would move on to rent
space on their own, and
free up a place in the incu-
bator for another small
The house, where com-
munity icon Charlie
Brown grew up, will be
renovated to an extent.
For instance, its main
entrance will be shifted
from its current location
facing Russ Street, to face
the Russ House and
Lafayette Street instead.
A fence separating the

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Chamber Chief Operating Officer Art Kimbrough talks
about plans to expand the parking available at the Russ
House. - Mark Skinner / Floridan

two properties will be
taken down in an effort to
unify them and allow for
shared landscaping.
Kimbrough said the
expansion will more than

double the parking area,
news that may please
neighbors who must deal
with parking overflow
during heavily attended
Russ House events.


James & Sikes Funeral
Home - Maddox Chapel
4278 Lafayette St.
Marianna, FL 32446

Burton Charles Musick,
74, of Marianna died Thur-
sday, Nov. 5, 2009,at Jack-
stoi Hospital in Marianna.
He was a native of New
York, where he lived most
of his life, and lie retired
from the New York High-
way Patrol as a state troop-
er. He then moved to Flori-
da and had lived .in Ma-
rianna for the past 25 years.
Survivors include his
wife, Patricia; three daugh-
ters, Pamela Root and hus-
band -Bob, of' Mesa, Ariz.,
Dawn Musick and husband
Matt Hanlon, of Nisswa,
Minn., and Lauri White of
-Phoenix; brother Walter
Musick of Glassboro, N.J.;
three sisters, Joann Wilkey
of Florida, Jeanette Yule of
Murphy, N.C., and Jeanine
Williams of Hawaii; and
three grandchildren. No
services will be held.
James & Sikes Funeral
Home - Maddox Chapel
4278 Lafayette St.
Marianna, FL 32446

Frank Neff
Frank Neff, 92, of Marian-
na died Saturday, Nov. 7,
2009, in Marianna. Funeral
arrangements will be an-
nounced later by James &
Sikes Funeral Home Mad-
dox Chapel.


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Seniors rule

Hoover, White lead Tigers past

Hornets 32-18 on 'Senior Night'


Night for Graceville Friday night,
the Tigers' seniors carried the
Leron Hoover and Treyshaun
White combined for 259 rushing
yards and five touchdowns, ih
their last home game for
Graceville, a 32-18 win. over the
arch-rival Cottondale Hornets.
Hoover tallied 157 yards and a
touchdown on 25 carries. White
also topped the 100-yard mark,
notching 102 on 18 carries and
four TDs.
"That's good for them, I'm real
proud for them," Graceville
coach Todd Wertenberger said of
his senior backs.
"But we -also had (senior)
Chris Works getting an intercep-
tion at the end of the game, and
seniors like Eli Russaw, Tyler
Crutchfield and Heath Plybon on
the offensive line opening holes
for those guys."
The win improved the Tigers to
3-6 on the season, while the
Hornets fell to 1-7.
Cottondale coach Mike Melvin
said his Hornets simply had a
tough time keeping pace with the
Tigers' offense.
"Leron Hoover did a great job
running the football for them and
keeping control. of the ball," he
said. "It was an exciting game.
We just couldn't stop them and
get enough points on the board."

"I thought it was a
good game for both
teams. It was just good
to get a win."
-Todd Wertenberger,
Graceville coach
It appeared early as though the
Tigers might cruise to an easy
victory, with Graceyille marching
64 and 72 yards for touchdowns
on its first two drives.
But the Hornets found a way to
get on the board before the half,
taking advantage of a pass inter-
ference penalty in the Graceville
endzone to get one untimed
down, with no time on the clock.
Cottondale capitalized with a
16-yard touchdown .pass from'
Drew Bellamy to the comer of
the endzone to Nick Jackson,
who managed to get one foot in
bounds to secure the score.
After taking a 12-6 lead into
the halftime break, Graceville got
the ball to start the third period,
and scored seven plays later on
an 11-yard run by Hoover.
White converted the two-point
play for a 20-6 lead.
Cottondale answered quick
with a three-play, 55-yard scoring
A 12-yard run by Dominique
Webb, and ,a 16-yard run by
Jackson set up a 27-yard TD rush

Graceville running back Treyshaun White (with the football) runs through the Cottondale defense dur-
ing a district game Friday night in Graceville. White scored four touchdowns for the game, with the
Tigers taking a 32-18 victory. - Mark Skinner/Floridan

by Webb to make it 20-12 with
7:00 on the clock.
. A 35-yard run by Jacky Miles
was the key play on an 80-yard.
scoring drive for the Tigers on the
ensuing possession. White-

capped it off from 8 yards out for
a 26-12 lead.
The Tigers went for the jugular
with an onside kick following the
touchdown, but the Hornets
recovered and took advantage of

the short field.
Cottondale converted a pair of
fourth downs on the drive, the
last coming on an 8-yard TD pass
See SENIORS, Page 3B >

Pirates end road streak with 38-30 win over Bucks

It took a while, but the Sneads
Pirates finally got a win away from
The Pirates traveled to Panama
City Friday night and tooka 38-30
victory over the Bozeman 'Bucks,
breaking a nine-game road losing,
It was the first road win for the
Pirates since 2007.
"That %as a big win for the pro-
gram,".Sneads coach Don Dowling
said after the game.
"We hadn't had a win on the
road in a long time. The' kids
talked all week about breaking the
streak, and we broke it tonight. We
had some folks step up and make
big plays."
Senior star Mark Lawson made
his last high school road game,
count, with 150 rushing yards and.
three touchdowns.
Lawson also put an exclamation
point on the win with a "60-yard
interception return for a touch-
down on the last play of the game.
Fellow senior Jeff Davis chipped

in 101 yards ard a touchdown to
give the Pirates a pair of 100-yard
"Mark had a big game. I told
him all week long that if we could
turn the corner, we could put some
points on the board and Mark was
able Mrdo that." Dq WJs.aid. "To
have two backs over 100 yards,
that's pretty sporty."
Sneads had to overcome a big
effort from Bozeman quarterback
Travis Register. who .passed for
311 yard$. .
The Pitates help Ia ff set some
of Register's dama'ge'" ith five
Sneads led 18-14 at halftime,
with a 70-yard TD pass from
Terrence Green to Anthony
Dawkins helping the Pirates to a
32-23 lead going into the fourth
After the Bucks cut the lead to
32-30 with a touchdown. the
Pirates were able to milk, the clock
and pin Bozeman at its own 1-yard
line with under .a minute to play.
The Bucks picked up a first
See STREAK, Page 3B >

Sneads' Mark Lawson runs by a Vernon defender during a
game.earlier this season. Lawson rushed for 150 yards and
three touchdowns Friday night in a 38-30 win over the
Bozeman Bucks in Panama City. Lawson also had 60-yard
interception return for a TD. - Floridan File Photo

Bulipups take

sweep- of Tigers
After dropping to games on
the road at Chiple \ Wednesday.
the Marianna ,Middle 'School
Bullpups bounced back to win
back-to-back , games against
county rival Cottondale Thursday
at the newtl renovated MMS
In game one. the MMS "B"
team took a 35-17 \\in over the
In game two, it was a narrower
margin of victory for the
Bullpups "A" team, which won
The "B" team Bullpups jumped
out to a 15-3 first quarter lead and
took a 16-6 lead into the locker
room at the half.
Cottondale posted seven
points, five coming from Jalan
Johnson in the third quarter,
while Marianna put up eight with
half of those off the hands of
Demarcus Staley.
See SWEEP, Page 3B >

Lady Pirates eager for playoff

rematch with Blountstown

After a first-round win over
Baker in the' 2A playoffs, the
Sneads Lady Pirates volleyball
team will get what it wants: a
rematch with district foe
The Lady Pirates' four-set win
over the Lady Gators Wednesday
set up a second-round matchup with
Blountstown Tuesday on the road.
It's the same Lady Tigers squad
that defeated Sneads in five sets for
the district title Oct. 31.
It was a loss the Sneads girls had
a tough time accepting, but they'll
get their chance for redemption on
Tuesday night.
"We can't wait," Sneads coach
Sheila Roberts said of the upcoming
game. "We're really excited about
this. We tried not to look past Baker
because they're always tough to
play in front of their home crowd,
but we were sure excited about the
opportunity to play Blountstown

The Blountstown girls defeated
Northview in straight sets in their
first round game.
The Lady Pirates dropped the
first set to Baker before rebounding
to win the next three 25-9, 25-22
and 25-23.
Sneads won its first two
matchups with Blountstown this
year in five and three sets.
However, the Lady Tigers avoid-
ed the season sweep with a dramat-
ic win in the district championship
game, taking the fifth set 15-13.
"A lot of coaches say it's real hard
to beat a team three times, but I
think when you get to that fourth
game, the pressure is back on
them," Roberts said. "I think we'll
go in there a lot more relaxed this
time. I think the girls are real
focused and real excited about the
The Lady Pirates are using simi-
lar tactics to prepare for Tuesday's
game that . they used to prep for
Baker, including practicing with the
Sneads band playing to get accus-
See REMATCH, Page 3B�


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Lady Indians
drop opener
to Monroe



Night of Champions

Pictured are former players and coaches from the 14 Malone boys arid girls state champi-
onship teams, which were honored Thursday at the unveiling of the newly-renovated
Malone High School gym. Malone boys state champs from 1952-54, 1961, 1977, 1981,
1983, 1991, and 1994-1998 were represented, as were the 2001 Malone girls state
champs. The night concluded with an "Old'Timer's" game featuring former Tigers players.
-Mark Skinner/Floridan

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


Lady Indians drop heartbreaker to Monroe


A late surge' came up just short
Friday night as the No. 3 Chipola
Lady Indians fell to No. 14 Monroe
Community College 63-61 in the
Milton H. Johnson Classic.
Chipola trailed by 12 points with
nine minutes left to play, but the
Lady Indians were unable to com-
plete the comeback.
Jasmine Shaw led Chipola. with
19 points.
t1hipola coach David Lane
blamed the loss on his team's
inconsistency, both at the foul line
and in overall play.
"The short answer to why we lost
was, we were 11-for-21 from the
free throw line and missed a bunch
in the last few minutes," the coach
said. "But we need to understand
that any play at any point in time,
offensively or defensively, in a
two-poiit' game matters.
"We just had too many posses-
sions where we didn't execute very
well. That's what it takes to, win
games. That's what this group is
trying to learn how to do."
Chipola led by seven early on,
but the Lady Tribunes answered
with a flurry to close the first half,
taking a five-point lead into the
Monroe extended the lead to as
much as 15 in the second half
before the Lady Indians frantically
rallied back.
"We came out flat and they made
a bunch of shots," Lane said.

"They're an awfully talented team,
and they came out and did some
very good things.
"But we've got to learn how to
win. We have to understand what it
takes to win. It can't be just this
.last furious rally in the last few
minutes. You've got a lot of plays
that could affect the outcome, like
a missed layup or a missed box-out
in the first half. Those. things mat-
ter. That's what we're dealing with,
a lack of intensity and urgency for'
40 minutes."
Lane said there was much to like
about the way that his team fin-
ished the game. But he added that
if the Lady Indians can't harness
those spurts of impressive play,
they won't be able to beat teams
the caliber of Monroe!
"I talked to them afterwards and
told'them, 'Look, in the last eight
minutes you showed that you were
probably the, better team,'" the
coach said. "You just have to do
those things early. If you're the bet-
ter team, you have to play that way
for 40 minutes.
"At the end, we played with an
urgency; intensity and focus. That's
'how we have to practice, and we're
just not getting that right now."
The Lady Indians next -take on
Monroe again Thursday at 6 p.m.,
in the first of three games in the
Alzheimer's Classic at the Milton
H. Johnson Health Center.
Chipola also. takes on No. 2
Jefferson on Friday at 6 p.m., and
No. 5 Trinity Valley on Saturday at
2 p.m.

.Chipola's Bianca Jarret (3) handles the basketball during a game against Monroe Community
College Friday night in the Milton H. Johnson Classic in Marianna. The Lady Indians lost the
game 63-61. - Mark Skinner/Floridan

Indians cruise to 96-73 victory over LB Wallace in opener

Chipola's Marvin Fitzgerald puts up a jumper during a
game against LB Wallace Friday night in the Milton H.
Johnson Classic in Marianna. The Indians won the
game 96-73. -Mark Skinner/Floridan

The No. 13 .Chipola
Indians made easy work of
LB Wallace in their season
opener Friday night, win-
ning 96-73 in the Milton H.
Johnson Classic.
Lashay Page led the way

for the Indians with 26
points, including seven 3-
Dexter Ellington added
18 points, with Marvin
Fitzgerald scoring 10.
The Indians, who played
only eight players due to a
variety of injuries, got eight
or more points from. each

player for the game.
"I thought in the first
half. we played like we
wanted to play," said first-
year Chipola coach Jake
Headrick, after picking up
his first win as a college
head coach.
"We got stops, and that
led to buckets in transition
on the other end. In the
second half, I think the
guys started to coast a little
Chipola led 52-26 at
halftime despite dealing
with a wealth of foul trou-
The Indians had six dif-
ferent players with two
fouls each in 'the first 20
minutes, forcing Headrick
to go into a zone defense.
"We had to go zone at
about the 10-minute mark,
and the aggressiveness we
played with in the first 10
minutes, we never recov-
ered that for the rest of the
game," the coach said.
"I thought the guys got
tired a little bit,. but we'
haven't been able to prac-
tice as much as we would
like because we've been so
banged up."
Still, Headrick said he
was pleased overall what
what he saw from his team
on opening night.
"Our goal going into the
.game was to hold them to
60 pOints," the coach said.
"In the first half, we were
well on track to do it. But
we had six of these guys
playing their first college
game, and we didn't have
same focus in the second

"The best thing is it gives
you something to work on
in practice. With our guys,
it's playing in the second
half and playing with a
Chadrack Lufile and
Aaron Davis finished with
nine points each for the
Delwan Graham, Sam
Grooms and Kevin Powell
each had eight points for

the Indians.
Given the Indians' injury
situation, Headrick proba-
bly couldn't have asked for
"It was a great night. The
crowd was as good for an
opening night on a Friday
night since I've been asso-
ciated with Chipola," the
coach said. "Overall, I was
just happy to win with just
having eight guys and deal-

ing with all the foul trouble
we had."
The Indians next hit the
road for three straight
games next weekend.
Chipola heads to Jasper,
Ala., Thursday to take on
Bevill State.
The Indians -then travel
to Decatur, Ga. to take on
Atlanta Metro Friday .and
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down to get out of the shad-
ow of their endzone, but
Register was forced to fling
a long prayer with four sec-
onds on the clock that was
picked off by Lawson.
The Pirates improved to
5-4 with the victory. They
can finish the season with a"
winning record by defeating
the Marianna Bulldogs next
week in Sneads.
"That would be a big for
us," Dowling said. "We
reached a goal to finally
win one on the road. If we
could get one more win.
we'd reach our goal of hav-
ing a winning season. It's
also a big game just because
it's a county game."

* Continued From Page 1B

from Bellamy to Josh
Simmons on a 4th-and-4
play to start the fourth peri-
od. Unfortunately for the
Hornets, they were again
unable to get the stop they
Graceville drove 64
yards on 10 plays, with
White scoring from 19
yards out to make it a two-
touchdown edge with 4:44
left in the game.
The Hornets moved it
deep into Graceville territo-
ry on their next possession,
with a 23-yard pass from
Bellamy to Cody Saye get-
ting it to the Tigers' 29-
yard line.
But the drive stalled on

the 25 with an incomplete
pass on 4th-and-6 with 2:37
,to play.
"1 thought it was a good
game for both teams,"
Wertenberger said. "I think
coach Melvin and his staff
did a good job of preparing
for us. The game was in
question right up until the
end. It was just good to get
a win."
Webb led the Hornets
with 75 rushing yards,
while Jackson picked up 62
yards. Cottondale finishes
its season at home against
Liberty County on Friday,
while the Tigers hit the
road for another rivalry
game against Chipley.

Continued From Page IB

tomed to dealing with loud
"1 think that really
helped against Baker,"
Roberts said. "The girls
didn't seem to be bothered
by the noise. The girls said
the noise wasn't a factor.
They didn't pay attention to
that. They just stayed more
Roberts said she was
pleased with her team's
playmaking against Baker,
but she'd like to see her
players eliminate the errors
that plagued them in the
previous loss to
Blountstown. The Lady
Pirates will be highly moti-
vated for the rematch, but

BHS will almost certainly'
be up for the challenge.
"Obviously, they can
beat us again, because they
have," Roberts said. "We

have to bring our best
game. We'll see how much
heart we have. We can't
leave anything on the

Continued From Page IB

The Bullpups cruised to the win
with seven fourth-quarter points.
Leading the Hornets in scoring was
Lee with eight points, followed by
Johnson with seven.
Marianna was led by Staley with
12 points, followed by Torez Hall
with six.
In "A" team action, the two teams
played to a 7-7 tie in the first quarter
before Marianna outscored
Cottoijdale 15-8 in the second quar-
ter. The Bullpups took a 22-15 lead
into halftime.
In the third quarter of play,

Cottondale posted eight points with
their defense holding Marianna to
just two points.
. Marianna managed to hold on to
.the lead to take in the fourth
quarter. Cottondale was led in scor-
ing by Kadeem Webb with 18 points,
while Anfernej Massaline led the
Bullpups with Al.
Marianna and Cottondale will face
off again Thursday when the
Bullpups travel to Cottondale for a
The Graceville Tigers middle

school squad split a pair of games
against Grand Ridge Thursday on the
' The Graceville "B" team lost 22-
18, but the "A" team picked up its
first victory of the year 28-27.
Jarret Brogdon led the way with 10
points, while LaDarius Nix led the
"B" team with 12 points and 15
The Graceville "A" team is 1-3 on
the season, while the "B" team is 2-2.
The Tigers next play Bonifay
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Kindel Lanes weekly bowling report

Monday Night Hi Rollers Team Standings Tuesday Night Mixed League Team Standings
Team Standings 11/3/2009 Team Standings 11/4/2009

1) Jackson BP 22-10
2) Whatever Whenever 19.5-12.5
3) Now What 19-13
4) Mary's Childcare 17-15
5) Smith's Supermarket 15.5-16.5
6) Kindel Lanes 15-17
7) Adam's Funeral Home 14-18
8) Wolf Pack 14-18
9) Vacancy 13-19
10) Whoops 7-25

High Team Game- Now What
High Team Series- Now What
High Game Female- Betty James
High Game Male- Tom Arnold
High Series Female- Betty James
High Series Male- Tom Arnold

Tuesday Morning Coffee League

1) Champion Tile 32.5-15.5
2) 1001 Uses 30-18
3) Pacers 28.5-19.5
4) Davis Optometry 28.5-19.5
5) Misfits 24-24
6) Family Dentistry 21-27
7) Gazebo 20-28
8) James & Sikes 20-28
9) Jim's Buffet & Grill 19-29
10)Marianna Animal Hospital 18.5-29.5

High Game Female, Annette Land 190
High Game Male- Ted Arnold 230
High Series Female- LuAnn Kindelspire
High Series Male- Ted Arnold 629
High Team Game- Marianna Animal
Hospital .959
.High Team Series- Champion Tile 2677

1) Our Gang 27-17
2) All State 26-18
3) Dan's Family 24-20
4),Grassy Pond Mini Storage 24-20
5) Original Gamer's 23-21
6) Backwoods Bowlers 22-22
7) Sonny B B Q 22-22
8) Roll With It 22-22
9) Just Spare Us 19-25
10) Precision 17-27

High Team Game- Roll With It 966
High Team Series- Sonny BBQ 2815
High Game Female- Shirley Watts 201
High Game Male- Terry Conklin 242
High Series Female-Vicki Gaffaney 530
High Series Male- Terry Conklin 659

Wednesday Night Mixed

1) DBBLL Trouble 32-12
2) Here for the Beer 31-13
3) Mr. Bingo 24.5-19.5
4) Jay's Gang 24-20
5) Hollis Body Shop 23-21
6) Perfection's Car Wash 22-22
7) Kindel Lanes Shop 21-23
8) Split Decision 20.5-23.5
9) Redwood Bay Lumber 20-24
10) Vacancy 2-42

High Team Game-DBBLL Trouble
. High Team Series- Here for the Beer
High Game Female- LuAnn Kindelspire
High Game Male- Jack Townsell 281
High Series Female- LuAnn Kindelspire

Wood duck boxes: a few second thoughts

At the moment, I am
cold, wet, and utterly, mis-
erable. My mangled fingers
hurt like the dickens and
my hands are chock-full of
cypress splinters.
My eyes
are swollen
and I have
yet to find,
after an
hourr ' s
the red
wasp that .
flew down
the front of
my shirt. Bob
All in all, Kornegay
it has been
a typical day spent con-
pstructing and hanging
wood duck nest boxes, a
task I normally wait until
early spring to perform, but
decided to do early this go-
As a hunter/conserva-
tionist, I consider this an
important duoty.
Right now, however, it
seems a duty that may well
prove hazardous. Fatal,
At the least, .1 believe I
may ,suffer a terminal case
of raving lunacy before I
am done.
I hope the bleeping
ducks are somehow 'aware

of this and will feel sum-
marily guilty when it hap-
Duck boxing and I have
never been quite compati-
This year it all started
with the building of five
brand new houses.
1. The power saw goes
on the fritz and I am. forced
to cut the raw cypress
boards by hand.
Now my shooting and
hammering eye is filled
with sawdust and I wonder
how close some of those
aforementioned splinters
have come to a major blood
With luck, the numbness
in my sawing arm should
subside in about six
2. I eventually exchange
saw for hammer and mirac-
ulously nail all the right
pieces together.
My fingers turn an inter-
esting shade of purple and
begin to resemble the
gnarled claws of a horror-
movie fiend. There is a
knocked-off ten-penny nail
head lodged in my fore-
3. Four of the five nest
boxes fall apart as I load
them onto the truck.
Persevering, I start over.

Now the fingers on both
hands are identical.
4. I drive to the nest-
swamp I have voluntarily
"adopted" and have a fleet-
ing thought: Perhaps five
large wood duck boxes and
one clumsy conservationist
are too much of a load for
my itty bitty boat. The
same thought is not so
fleeting as I sink beneath
the surface.
Boat, boxes, and Bob
float apart in seven differ-:
ent directions.
5. Patiently and with sin-
gleness of purpose, I gather
the boxes, right the boat,
and vow to be more cau-
tious from now on.
Time now to check and
clean a couple of nests
from last season.
Does anyone know
exactly how many red
wasps it takes to fill the
inside of an uninhabited
wood duck box? This time,
the water entry is intention-
al, though no less traumat-
6. I am not so cold now.
The fevered throbbing
resulting from' the wasp
encounter naturally coun-
teracts the effects of the
There is still the matter
of that one wasp in my

clothes, but, blessedly, I
think he may have lodged
inside my belly button and
7. Determined to contin-
ue, I clean the existing
nests and proceed to hang
the new ones.
.By now I am wading,
pulling the loaded boat
behind me. I barely notice
the gash in my leg put there
by the sunken barbed wire
fence. Frankly, I expected
much worse.
8. Soon, and true. to
form, I get what I expected,
in the form of a stump hole
in which I deposit a shoe.
and a great deal of foot
9. It is getting dark now
and I manage to hang the
last of the' new boxes with-
out further incident. I feel a
bit better until I realize I
am no longer quite certain
exactly where the truck is
The shadows are long
and the swamp is spooky.
There are also things here
that can eat me if they so
desire. A pleasant reverie,
all things considered.
10. I climb aboard the
now-empty baat and pad-
dle to the nearest bank.
. Naturally, it is the wrong
shore. I have plenty of time

for thinking as I walk the
swamp's perimeter back to
my vehicle.
Once again, I muse, I
have done this good deed
and nearly died in the
Again, I will not receive
so much as a thank-you
from the ducks that will use
these nests. And, given my

shooting skills, I can't even
realistically plot revenge
come next season.
But, hey, it could be a lot
I could, after all, be
doing independent volun-
tary surveys on alligator
11. I thank the Almighty
for small favors.

Weekly fishing report for local lakes, rivers

LAKE SEMINOLE - Bass fishing is
fair to good. Shad are moving onto the
flats and into backwater areas off the
rivers. Shallow-running 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
Chat,tahoochee. As overall water tempera-
ture continues its fall decline and the grass
continues to die. off, look for increased
largemouth action on Rat-L-Traps and
other lip-less crankbaits as well.
Crappies are fair in grass at 7 to 10 feet.
Slowly fished small tube baits are working
for some anglers.
Catfish activity has improved. Best spots
are hard-bottom areas in 12 to 15 feet of
water. Fish worms and prepared baits.
A few good hybrids have shown up, but
reports are spotty.
Bream are still slow.
LAKE EUFAULA - 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 prefer one bait
in some spots and one in others. Flipping
lily pads and grass mats is a good tech-
nique when the sun gets high. Ledge fish-
ing 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.
HOOCHEE RIVER - 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 patient. Bass
fishing up the creeks is fair also, but spo-
radic overall. Use worms and crankbaits
there. The fishing has slowed considerably
near sandbars and bankside structure.
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 instruc-
tions and access the touch-tone for the
Apalachicola River System.)

Make your appointment now for consultation In Marianna

with D. Wiliam L Bennewtt Board-Certified Cataract Surgeon

and Opthalmologlst from Eye Center South.

Dr. Bennett has been.helping people improve their eyesight

In the Dothan area for more than 23 years. During that time

he has performed over 20,000 successful cataract sugeries.

Wednesday Eye Center South
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November 11th
For morning appointments
contact the office of:
Pelt Eye Clinic
(850) 482-2336

For afternoon appointments,
contact the office of:
Davis Optometry Group
(850) 526-4550

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Free kittens t850-526-2735 Full Time management, BS in Criminal Justice preferred, and 6 to 9 years
h Dental Assistant of progressively responsible experience as a correctional officer
Needed. Must TH I I I U and correctional duties; or an equivalent combination of
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SFree: 3r old Re Monday-Thursday. Starting Salary $44,080
White Toy Poodle, Send resume to: Lx/t
fixed850-5-7 Av. Apartments 418eonDuplex/Trplex JACKSON COUNTY ENGINEERING TECHNICIAN
Appliances-Marianna, FL Unfurnished Education, Training, & Experience:
Free to good home 2 32446 or fax Unfurnto 2R/1BA New paint FLORIDAN Minimum of twoyearsofcollegewith an Associates Degree in
Re ra ddogs 1 M 2yrs old, 1 850-526-3532 in townqu et & carpet wnce area in Engineering Technology, or a technical or scientific field. Must
Refrigerator, yr old old,bth tin 1/1 in town, quiet, & carpet, nice area in be able to prepare plans using AutoCAD and assemble
White, Whirlpool side dogs. 850-579-3982 $475/mo, $525 dep. Mar DW stove NEEDS AT ONCE: specifications in MSWord. Must have a valid FL drivers license
by side. Ice and wa- 850-693-0570 refrg. W/D hkue , prior to employment. A comparable amount of directly related
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$1200, asking $750. M puppy. Needs Marianna is hiring DW, W/D hkup,$605 850-482-4188/482- the following area: requirements. Closing date 11/16/09
334-699-2672 good home.850-592- a Natural Gas incl. Cbl, garb, & pest 7947thefllowingarea: Starting Salary$32,336
4793 Foreman and Gas control. 850-526-7369MECHANIC 11
Utility Tech Call tr i ni. .waa MECHANIC II
S plies& - 718-0326 for info. 2BR/1BA, apt.,in AID I MPBELLTONA A Education & Experience:
SPetSupplies& town, $450/mo. 850- High School graduate, including or supplemented by course
Services havewha 573-0598 for info. YOUR AD arnupwork in automotive mechanics, and 2 to 3 years of experience
SieS v WeClassifieds have what COULD as an automotive mechanic; or any equivalent combination of
speakers, amp, Happy Jack DD33: you are looking for. BE HE ET 00 skills and abilities. Must have a valid Florida Class B CDL with a
sound board. Micro Kilis leas quicker, Hazmat endorsement prior to employment.
pones/stands, all last longer on dogs &. Closing date 11/16/09 Starting Salary $22,269
gktp, emnasp laor- a d traAE. PRINTING PRESS OPERATOR per month after expenses EQUIPMENT OPERATORI
er, tape duplicator, ALTHA FARMERS Education & Experience:
$Z500, 850-352-4500 COOP (482-2416) Education & Experience:
$2500,850-352-4500 ww.happyjackinc.c We are seeking an individual who is interested in joining a Must have a High School Diploma or equivalent with 1-2 years
wwwappyacnc.c winning team. Our equipment consists of a 12-unit Goss BE YOUR OWN BOSS experience in the safe operation of a Farm Tractor and Cutting
Firewood/Fuel om Urbanite printing press and two folders. We have an immediate Head with hydraulic/electrical switches and driving a truck with
opening for an individual capable of setup, operation, repair, 12 midnight to 6 AM. a loaded trailer attached. Must be able to be certified to
and maintenance of our Press & Plate equipment. supervise state inmates. Must hold a valid Florida Class B CDL
Now taking Meeting company guidelines producing high quality Must have dependable prior to employment. Closing date 11/16/09
orders for split products within deadlines are a must. t Starting Salary $17,236
oak firewood, transportation, minimum
$65 truckload. This position requires a minimum of two years offset IFORMATION TECHNOLOGY TECHNICIAN
Will deliver or printing experience preferably operating web presses, but will liability insurance & Education & Experience:
ou ickup. consider other printing press experience. High school graduate High School graduate, or its equivalent with two years proven
Caf 334-685-1627 or equivalent preferred. Company benefits including medical,alid drivers license. experience working withautomated systems, or an Associates
l dental, eye care, prescription card, paid vacation, and 401K. Degree in a field consistent with the responsibility of the
position. Must have a valid Florida drivers license prior to
Yard&EstateSales Farm Equipment If interested send resume to Charlie Gibson, VP Production, Come by and fill out an employment. Closing date 11/16/09 Starting salary: $22,269
Indian Springs Gandy 4 row insect The Dothan Eagle, PO Box 280, Dothan, Alabama 36302 application at the of Correctional Officer, EMT a nd Paramedic. Thesare
2751 Appalachee de applicator oremail Jackson County Floridan, kept on file for a period of one year).
Trail Sat., Nov. 7 w/double boxes, for
7:00 AM-Noon, two chemicals 4403 Constitution Lane, Submit Jackson County BOCC employment application to:
Appliances, baby mounted on tool bar. a n Human Resources Dept. 2864 Madison St., Marianna FL 32448,
items, clothes, Good condition. $400. Marianna, FL or call PH 482-9633.
furniture. 229-758-3146 or 229-1
Enter main entrance 400-5184 (850) 526-3614 ext. 4117 Drug-Free Workplace/EOE/V.Pref/ADA/AA
to Indian Springs.
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npets & animals. et, days/ wk. 850- i s

Free Pets Policy
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The position will be based initially at the acute care faci
Wallace Campus in Dothan. Florida, has an in
Minimum Qualifications: time Coder Level
Require'master's degree in student
personnel services, counseling, . facility ER and 0
counseling and psychology, psychology, physician cm
or related field; and evidence of working physiciancompo
with college-level student organizations of diagnoses/pro
and extracurricular activities. iagnos
Salary: Based on education and ICD-9-CM and
experience commensurate with Salary for both acute an
Schedule C-3 for 12 months
(range: $41,746 - $75,294). Ability to work
January 4, 2010.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: year prior experie
3:00 p.m, Wednesday, December 2,2009. setting. Interest
Applications are available at getting. Interest or by calling resume to:
(334) 556-2484 or (800) 543-2426, Ext. r
2484, and should be submitted to:
ATTN 2009-10:07
DOTHAN AL 36303-0943 Marian
Wallace Community College is an Equal
Opportunity Employer and complies with Fax:
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mediate opening for a full- day barbies, mint Control- still in box, saucers-assorted 850-482-8347 solid wood counter
1. Responsible for coding of condition, $10/ea fits most cars $75 colors,$20. KitchenAid Food Pro- eight dining table,
1. Responsible or g 850-526-3426 80-569-2194 850-447-4212 cessor w/pulse con- $150850-57-1394
)utpatient records as well as 154 VCR tapes, all Blue Denim Chair $75 Floor Tile, 8X8- trol & accessories. Thomas the Train.
ont ER visits. Knowle popular titles, $85 for 850-482-4649 brown, unglazed, $95 850-526-3365 Battery-oper., trains,
nent ofERvisits.Knowlede al.850-579-4650 Bn 125 M.track, & access. $150
entoER vists. Knowledge 850-579-4650 Boyd Bears- Resin p 10 Medical Books, used, OBO.850-557-1394
cedures in accordance with 2 corner/end Christmas, bears & 850-592-2507 several titles, $30 ea OBO.
tables,(This End Up bunnies, $5 each. Food Saver Vacuum 850-272-5558 Tole Floor Lamp, har-
CPT-4 coding principles Furn. Co) allwood 850-592-2507 Sealer, V2480w/ex- Remingtonvest gold w/shelf $20
ad skilled nursing facilities. $50 850-526-3365 Carrying case for tras. $65. 850-447- 3 V2" super mag,V/R, 850-526-3426
S2 toddler beds, 1 Singer Universal 4212 . choke tubes as new Total Body Motion
with physicians and staff in metal blue, $15, 1 lit- Sewing Machine Fresh cows milk $275 850-557-1141 Exerciser $25 850-
2anner. CCS preferred or 1 tie tykes white $30 $10. 850-447-4212 unpasteurized, Rims & Tires-h30x9.50 482o834
anner. CCS preferr850-526-3426 Charlie Brown Books labeled for animal R15LT on 6 lug bullet Truck Hood, Fits
nce with coding in hospital 3JBL 12's in box, & Ceramic Think consumption only holes, set of 4 $200 98-04 Chevy S10/
16en00e with codinwattg in hospital 3 JBL 12's in baseox, Christmas, $10 & up. (per florida law) FIRM. (850)482-2636 blazer. No Rust, $100
ed applicants should fax & 400 watt amp, 500 850-592-2507 $3.75. (850)326-6168 Sofa (7') & matching obo. (850)482-2636
OBO 850-209-7051 Computer Monitors, Full sz loft bed, met- loveseat. Floral print, Truck Tire- NEW 245
56" Multi-colored so- 12 Used/ Working, al, from IKEA, $100 great condition! 70R16 with or with-
fa $85 850-482-83 $10 each, $100 for all 850-482-4649 $100. (850)326-6168 out rim. A bargain at
N RESOURCES fa $85 850-482-8347 593 6Homedics Massaing Sofa table, dark $50 (850)482-2636
7 dining room chairs, Dresser, 6 drawer Cu sh wood, $35 850-526- Truck Tire- Used,
SON HOSPITAL modern style, sturdy, with mirror, cream Cushionw/ contr, 3426 low miles, 235 70R16,
padddsets7- good cond.$30850- bargain priced $50
. Box 1608 padded seats $75 color $25.850-326- 272-5558 50 Solid Oak Table w/8 (850)482-2636
-. Box 1608 850-526-3365 6168 chairs, 2 leafs, ext. 5-
na, Florida 32447 Aerator, used only Executive Desk, Infant bouncer 8', good cond. 850- Utility Trailer,
once $100 OBO 850- 3'x 5' full size 2/music, Pink $10 209-7151 4'6"x10' good cond.
(850) 718-2679 594-1024 , w/chair. Very nice. 850-526-3426 Speaker Box- NEW, $400.850-593-6856
EOE AM/FM cassette $100. (850)326-6168 Infant car seat holds 2 12" speakers Utility Trailer,
stereo $20 850-569- Executive desk chair w/base, pink $25 850- (not included). $50. 4'6"xl0', good cond.
2194 $40 850-482-8347 526-3426 (850)482-2636 $400. 850-593-6856

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R estate (omewith Acreage Boats c ers/TraVe
s odetea t House on 4 lots @ Fishmaster Bass boat e
Scotts erry, Calhoun 17ft. 120 H/P
County, near boat Mercruiser
ramp. $35k 850-526- inboard/outboard
E3978 S/S prop, Min-kota
12 volt trolling motor
or e depth/fish inder, 2
arms/Land/Tmber airated live wells, KEYSTONE COUGAR
Real Estate1for Sale 2BR/IBA, Newly aluminum drive on '01, 1/2 Ton Towable
remodeled in Grand big wheel trailer, full Fifth Wheel, lots of
* Ridge. Water & sew- canvas cover. $5,000. up grades, very nice,
Wanted To Buy: age mci. $35K.850- OBO 334- 475- 3806 Reese hi tch included,
Pine & Hardwood 573-0598 Moomba 98' Ski Boat Like new. $10,900
Pulpwood or Logs 3/1 House for sale on wake tower & speak- 850-718-524I3.
Southern Timber 1 acre lot, 2855 ers $9,000. 334-714-
Company Owens St. Mar anna 9658 REDUCED
Ozark: $90k 850-415-6995 R.DC ED
Eufaula: o Brick Home, lac+ . r, , eel. 08 Jayco,
334-687-2339 West side Dothan, 7 E. le. 291 PLTS & '07
Li rt 2793sf, 3 Ig. BR/3BA, D. oldge " B 6.7 L Die- D i G
mud room w/shower, ..v , ;odng hitch.
Houses Unfurnished large shop fireplace, $ 51<. -3W4.191-4192
lots of extra's. Call
Sfor details. $159K New 2009 Bass REDUCED Montana
2/1 in town, fenced 334-794-6002 Tracker PRO 16 '05 5th Wheel, 4
backyard, $650/mo, e/Mercury 25HP slides, king bed,
$700 ep. 850-693- Home forSale/ ELPT 4 Stroke Motor. exc. cond. $29,995.
a0570 Lease Option/ used 7 times. All std 850-547-2808 Fn n t m es venu .
2/2 CH&A appl/1 ac. equip incId. 1,000 in Sabre by Palamino
located at CLH $675 extras also incid. Pd Sr e8 ft y wl
mo $500. dep. 850- 3/2 Brick home, $10,750 asking $9,500 '0828 ft 5th wheel.
573-6655. aprox. 2000 sq ft. Call OBO. 907-687-7661. camper, 3 slides,
for-details 850-209- many extras, clean,
2 & 3 Bit MH Cotton- 8759 Playbuy '94 18 foot- sacrifice @ $29k 850-
dale. http://www. Pontoon boat, runs 593-5675
charloscountryliving. r' at. REDUCED !!!
com. 850-258- e2750. 334-596-5032 H
4868/209-8847 commercial for sale 3456Homes/RVs
3/1 in town, CH/A, l Coachman 97
No pets Partially fur- I Dot f. &
nished P450 + dep, Mir tda. '31.5 f.. 3C
850-573-1797 $m it _-t
3/2 CH/A, hardwood29
floors, all appliances, C:rcord Ccc.chm r,
College & 7th Aye, Seacraft, '89 20ft - 5- .tohr -Iome 2
$750 +dep, no pets, Center Console, boat, g 2um. Te
850-526-3538/209- Commercial Sites motor &trailer, 95 overpa,...nts. 50-
0480 225HP Johnson Mtr, 59 c5103
3/2 great area on 6th COMM BLDG. SITES Dual Axle Tr. w/ C
Ave. CH/A, $700 + AT 71 & 1-10 START- brakes,wh., runs Cruise ater LE. '0.
dep. 850-271-0900/ ING AT $47,700 well very clean. r -
258-4309 Iv msg. HICHIS;%PRICE) Great cond $6,850. Is
3/2 New Home, CH/A FOR A LIMITED TIME 334-696-5505 SAmT. 2Tv. 2 k
Compass Lake PAVED FRONTAGE Supra '90 TS6M 1 A . tau � .R
$750/mo+dep. W/COUNTY WATER comp, ski/wake cam Roadmasterr
850-573-0625 ' &SEWER.NOHOLD- board, greatshape. t1c.oraz ;,~'tem.
ING PONDS REQ. 520 hrs, $8200 OBO. '05 Jeep Wr.anngl er
3/3, 2 story home, re- BROKERS WELCOME 334-796-3424 Unlmieirdt, 4 i1T, .
-modeled interior, 850-526-8367 Auto air. 6 c ,.I. W74.
CH&A, washer/dryer, Watkins '79 27 ft. u .E. 6 . u
on hwy 69 in Green- 8HP Yanmor, atFPt St, 11p.iErJ.i without
wood. $675 month, ere e aiin Joe Marina, 27 north* rPd tr, n ret
$600 deposit. 850- dock. $9.500 334 897- o:.nd eli;r, do i,' t
594-7501 or 407873- 2167 or 334 733-0020 Pepleth. First. WAC
3812 Williams Cra3ft ',8 Ru352-2p10
Located on Nolandi03 e34 618 r8 Damon 31 ri.. R ig h t here, rig h t no w ,
Street in Marianna. or-e-. full [ar- :.1 gaz.
included. $700/mo., Trailers .,9 4 a ll of the tim e. 1
first and last. Securi- ATVsTF r s 79 20611
ty deposit, 1 Yr lease C
and references re- 04 Mountaineer 5th leetwd. B -r07 3-
quired. No smoking. 2007 Yamaha Rhino wheel, 34ft, 1 owner -ld. iroadeo CH A
No pets. Avail. Octo- Utility Vehicle 660, $21,900 OBO w/'O0 top. w . r..or se. i. I
ber 1st Call (85Q) camo, 110 hours, Ford 3/4 ton p/u .1'. 5.90, mre. $I 00k
594-7525 between $7400. 229-254-0072 truck $30,000 850- 080 3.i4 898 121.11
6pm-Rpm. Owner is Honda107 CRF80 482 5187/850-272- FORD 7,. Cls
Licensed Real Estate Dirtb k0 hRs 0760 FOR - Gs
Dirtbike, 100 hrs, Motorhome Go.:.
Broker. $1000 6X12 enclosed '06 Skyline, 30' Travel ord I AC t,: r. 'd.
0 Austin Tyler & Assoc trailer $1500 new Trailer, excellent fr.-rn. For f.:. 3341
* Quality homes for cond. 850-447-2859 condition, sleeps 8. 9'? 1766 701.".516
rent 850- 526-3355 Honda 07" Foreman $9,000. OBO. 334-677-
"Property Mgmt is ,,4wd, winch, ITP tires 3953/701-7648
our ONLY Busness & wheels $5,200.334-
COMPASS LAKE . 774-7569 el .or
C ASSOC. Honda TRX 300 EX HE"R
3BR/2BA,iwith o'ke is complete cus-
carport. $800 mo., tom with tons of ac-
plus deposit cessories incl. Red .Four W.,s '99
850-258-3784 LE.D.'s $2,300. O.B.O. . Motor. rome 34rt.
Marianna 2/1 house, 334-805-0816. E cenlert :orndio.r.
$500/mo. 850-526- 20K. N~a tirei. DVD
7479 Boats '07ESCALADERV37 Pliyer-Pei Fre:-
=HousesFurnished 02 Chaparral Ski REB By KZ, 5th W. i a rmas r W r
4J uBoat, 99 hrs, 4.3LV6, Likeanew. Non-
2/2 cabin style house 190HP, garage kept, Smoker, No Pets, 3 jacks, convection-
on 10 acres in C'dale. galv trailer,ss prop, Slides, Deluxe Refrg /microwave oven -
Lg wrap around deck $17,000, 334-726-2081 w/ Lcemaker, slide out.$25,500
$600-$800/mo 850- 1999 17"foot Alumi Convection/Micro, 334-718-0460, 718-
209-7502 craft 50 HP Mercury, King Bed. Fireplace. 0793
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MobileHomes tor, deptn finder, Iv 2 A C. Washner Or,-
forRent weel. $4500 334-312- er. CarefreeAwvng.
0114 Morryde Susp.Rear
Ist month free Entertain- ment. Ta
2/2$390/mo ble 4 Chanrz. Z
3/2$490/mo Lefrrer .:...-,_r:..
CH/A 850-249-4888 C:.:,acr w. .nle.
Z/1.,3 miles from 157.000.
Mar. ver clean, 334-714.24rj6.
family o 2, $400 mo 2005 Boston Whaler 31 ft. Fleetwood 1997.
850-482-8333 130 Sport. w trailer. fully self contained.
2/1 Located btwn GR center con.ole, new bed. slide out 5
& Sneads water & flip/flop 60 gal. cool- canopy, great cond,-
garb. incl. $350/mo er seat. 40 hp Mercu to,. $.9.000. 334.797
850-573-0308. ry engine, trollin 1272 r
/2nearSunad motor. depth finder.
S acre, extras,347-5511 Day.
$650/mo $700 dep 334.347.6045 Night . .
25-63BRH70 2008 Ficher 1754.
rianna & Sneads Ma- . pmr cur . jnan .a Plarnrmg5. t. jrag WetSelf Sic-rage J Roofing
(850)209-8595. .1trcI.'.e. mtr giide. Fn l nghe-oitel.. SM-ilSterWggesg
trolling mtr. Hum- Carriage Cameo "SlpC,,vr S
3/2 & 2/2 in C'dale, rrirgtirrd565. TAC. 32t. 33.Uides, 2. C, --I'
$325-$500, no pets bilge pump live well, 5.5 K Generator,Bestw ay M IANNA
850-258-1594/638- 334-798-0010 loaded, no smoke, no SimplM

3/2$350CH A n E.50, -14.400_ METAL
Mar. No oets8. 850. utch, '03 i5th Wheel. ' - ...... '*I695P N G ,0INC.
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3/2 C'd5le.3watEr.8.shelter, e -cellert ".'.1w,''.WITHOUT DIET"5''dxif
gb bug icl cond. $17OO. (434)258-5128 i EXERCISE, SURGERY, * "l Metal Roofing
50-352-4869 morn- r House- DUTCHMAN 06,25' cal ffice sa,-2 - , & ,1, OR PILLS 30YearsinBusiness *iom i
ngs bot. Estate Sale. Ap- Good condition. h rNM
Clean 2/2 for family praised @$224,500, Sleeps 6, Asking arna FL is .t... .
of 3, no smokers, no Neg. @$137,000 payoff. 334-794-8897 M,,, ,in ,,,F, L3' C1-ThY..
pets. $400+ $400 dep Brand new condition. or 334-790-7918 ..---.-.! J ..Call TODAY for Z
850-718-8158 Docked in Panama , ...1.... . ..., FREEAPPOINTMENT !
Clean 2/2 in City 850-596-0167 - wihin i10 mio)mprovemenrvics
Cottondale, CH/A '97 Bayliner CabinI . t . nExcavationF ntg* \indoS lPrivateinvestment
$500/mo + dep. wa- Cruiser 23 ft ,1 own- Flooring Sales & .Lar er DoonD
ter furn. 850-209-4516 er, excel. cond. pd Adult Care Services Installation Oer 20 Coln To
Rent to Own: 2 & 3BR $40K will sell for Choose wan GIFT CERTIFICATES
MH's. Lot rent incl. $14,500K 850-209- Dutchmen 40 ft. Manufactured For
For details 850-557- 1696/482-5867 140 Mi Winds AVAILABLE Grass Cutting
3432/850-814-6515 Alumacraft 06' 16 ft. 38B-DSL, Sleeps 8, 100% Financing WAC * Repairs & Additl0ins Weed Eating
w/o50 Yamaha/GPS 2 Slideouts, Loaded, *Gd* Manufactured At G UNS Hedge Trimming
$,4050 000 334-714- Lik�ene $20,500. * Excavator Always A Sale... GUNS * Energy Efficiency Edging
iPak 5860 334-406-4555 Tc oIf yo or s()oimeonL * Dump Truck Tile M/C, Visa, Disoer Acceptedli
Monthly rentals -16, 3Ohp mercury m- youi oveeverdudo Natural Stone ' nest ni t � inte 4571 Bellamy Brdge Rd
at appl.t Altrrowhead tor, 4 stroke console -e-d- care, you'll Adhesives �DU Mananna, FL 32446
Camp Site. 850-482 steering, 461b thrust want the best * Demolition Grout OLD GUNSI Call Randy 850-594-7312

fs her2y I$7500 850- Frankin-'.5 Heritage n * Retention Ponds p , . ' HOME REPAIRS .hand;man Service.

2BR/2BA 5hp motor,& trailer tub with shower, �n ever *Sit.Prep LeveliRBarn
TOWNHOUSES $700. 984-2044 W&D, CHA. Lots of 20-25 irs exp. e , , B u i HAPPY HOME ASK ABOUT P
For rent.For info Fisher '07 1710 60 hp extra's. $20K. 334- 24 hits. X 7 "Top Soil * Fill Dirt 1,. , "'Buil'onl K As
call 8-5. 850-209- Mercury 4 str, fully 347-4626/333-0309. Excellent * Gravel .f10,r 1ime Rhe FREE KitS
8531/482-1050 loaded garage kept. Jaco '08 Eagle References * Land Clearing we." - m . (:,rpliniir 'P.dinrinti 25 Years Experlance ENERGY AUDITI! Locally Owned
unti 2013. $9875 291RLTS, 5t wheel _P___L__MSiECI_
realestate OBO. 334 714- 1543 rear living, dual Please Call Gail Since 1960 Monl-Fri 9-4:3(1 Genir it RqI ,ir, Big Or SmEll Jobs SEILs
COmmerlaalfor rei Skeeter 99' Bass ing table w/4 chairs, Hm: 482-5424 J l/h,,,n, I. .I..e. h a aWs-Im Ceiurt Smia
boat. 115HP motor queen bed, 3slides, Cell: 264-1793 h,.,,,. SamenDay "rnm-u. "", 00 firuss Inh
I . trolling mot. & live no smoking or pets, Nadine : I * * * I Emergency Service u.,R unmrTi ~Oe.. . ' i II
wells, good cond. Like new! only $28K
$7,200. 334-886-9065 334-791-4192 Hm: 592-4001

I 4052 Old Cottondale Rd. Marianna, FL Handym an erie s E mi.i .+n, ,,
32448 850-526-4062, TDD/TTY 711 Decorating Drywall & Sheetroc Computer
! Retail Space Immediate occupancy available en a 2 BR N HaService& Repair
pc, handicap apartment. Renta/assistance. AC&Heating KJ's INTERIOR TContrContra

We pay water, sewer, & trash service. I Viv Ilih il
FOR RENT, 5100 sq ft Equal Housing Opportunity Contractors DESIGN New Homes, Commercial, GRANT'S
bldg - Retail, $1700/ Decorating for Addilions & Repairs COMPUTER REPAIRS I
mo. 4178 Lafayetteepairs
St. 850-526-3330 The New Marianna Gardens Apartments Any Occasion SHEETROCK HINGING M * Remodels * Microsoft Windows Room addons &
Immediate occupancy on 3 BR Air Conditioners Holiday Decorating FINISHING'SPR.' lNG6 * Additions Certiied home remodeling.
apartments with subsidy available. Including * Desktop & Laptop Bathroom &
3070 Carters Mill Road & All Appliance ChristmasTrees, 30 Years Expericnce * Decks Repairs Kitchen Upgrades.
side for SareathsMarianna,FL3, Liesed & insured Free Pickup. Delivery, speczn in ceramic
for Marianna, FL32446 Supplies Floral Arrangements "EEITile-FrPi ,Dve , spESTMnTSn c
850-482-5358, TDD/TTY 711loral rrangemens. FREE ESTIMATES and installation Walk-n howers."
E qual Housing Opportunity & Par es. QUILITYORK * Roofing Call 850-526-3964 Barns, Porches,
S2Your Local 0.7 * 'fSiding to setup an appointment Flor m & Sidinga
WELCOME HOME Goodman & 850)263.2725 * Carpentry Work Daniel W. Grant, Owner & Finishing.
(312) 287-5293 " - 4926 Jasmine Dr. & Sidewalks.
NOW RENTING Amana Distributor &232I Marianna, FL 32446 (850) 573-1880
7 AC & Heating I Auto & Cycle 850-526-3964 Licensed & Insured
C 850-593-5137 Contractors Services Bulldozing Cleaning Service
ActiveAdult 1,2,3 Bedroom Apartments. Come see Tired of High
Community Shirley at Willow Bend Apartments. Electric Bills. . .- InMU Ala n O e C L SI
3/1 Brick home in Tired of raking them leaves or fixing TrAmana system with and Clearing, nc.
appl.$74900 850- that faucet? Sit back and enjoy your lifetime condenser & Conditioners /C Service 80- .62-940 ,,, ,,. .a
593-6467 before 9pm apartment. We do the maintenance warranty. All Appliance Cell 850-832.5055 2 yrRur(e A
Homesites/Lots and yard work Go watch that movie Suppliers WE OFFER COMPLETE \i iln(Ih',: GurIa n I.0i
RESIDENTIAL LOTS IN and relax. Act Now for a ."I/ , v I , tW ll, aoms win _ ml3, i. i,4, 1116n i sN 'U.,
SRIVATE 6 LOT rE- Rent starting at $395/mo $1500 Tax Credit I we r 2900A,,,RDt i.Nt /Q'1 ROR
25K EA. S/D JOINS Must pass criminal background (850 )42 6 5 20 VERS:EXPBrEM .
HWY 71 (NEAR NEW check and have good references. I (850J)824594 1 I
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rereton ,Automobiles Automobles mobie otorcMotorcycles Motorcycles (SportUtilityVehicles I Vans J Trucks-Heavy Duty Trucks-Heavy Duty
reCreatlO forSale forSale for Sale
1 KHonda'06 CRF 250, Chevy 95 Siverado. TOYOTA '05 TUNDRA,
Mercury uar.Lotsof er. $220. E .ded Cab V-8, 97K interstate
fully oquP 7d, l_ e 334 8 , .152 PI .I p. Leather. miles, ex. cond., 1
neuw 62K miles $ B.0 P .wer Ev Frythng! owner $11,000 firm
MUST SEE!334.64- 648" w$.5"00 OBO. Clg 334-695-7212
5817 (33)96&31-285 and
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Nissan '05 Altir a, 2 5 '06 HD Dyna Wde Jeep 01 Gr.and Chrys er '02 Voa *r
,rr Homies R B '00 231 02K ord C ,o i . lpeed,. 3 l G .L ner musu er FDWG. KBla-er Lirtet van. , ld air ed. t Dodge 03 2500 1 T. L

Save $25K or more 1919 West Man St obo. 334-671-5051 or NISSAN '06 Altima 578142 Honda 06' Rei, 1919W.M.S
mi, many upgrades Ford 93 Taurus. runs 62.300k. all power. 2003 YZ125, bought cond. 6,900 mi. Dodge '08 Nuda cab,
$159,700 .850-866- cod. needs AC. sunroof. rti ted wi new in 2005, has less $2,950. 334-7972866 5.7 Hei loaded u.
$52774 $2200 334 4685 172is dowa. ts dit..:rule. al m than 100 hrs. $2000; $16,5050. 334-, .9L6 8174
wheePhaeton 07 40ft 4 c 2007 YZF250, great Honda '07 VTX Ford '02 F150 XLT, oyota '09 Turdra,
Phaeton, 07'40ft. 4 F3ord 95' K muri. RgiP mantan,ce at dealer shape and well Main-lear s
slide-outs, 15K mi nvertable 2500 850- sme boug looks tain. $4000. Buyi 1300C bur undm CHRYSLER '05 Town red. 4WD. Triton $16.00. clear title.
350 CAT diesel, 726-0256 good, and runs great for $5500. E . d.. S. Jeep '01 Wranger Sa- Coun , try LX. 55.000 V5.L ng. 104.168 Er Crew Cab, Condition!
Allison 6sp. 7.5 dieselBMW 32'cC 62.300 rrile. 4 door. 334-726- 3842 , oe
gemake W/D in 9-.1010 We st ta Jautomatic tran.mis-l --. -o,3h4r- 347,p 04 02cnd. $50good tires, tool box, dewayne41@live.
motion satellite dish, o Main Car Sales LLC" t on. L 6c- e-an le r ___ ,r 3 323-892-0861

rear & side cameras, I chro19 West MaM 5io . 2 alack 0 m leys aidso SD'0 oteDO GE G 200 . 33t.7 r, Lt ev DODGE 2001 CARA-
Home theater sys. 334 699-5880 tfing nbusoe si$7-0 VAN5. 6 719.10 7. 51 4WHITE-COLD Fd Toy7 98ge Tom
Hm th s i 0K$95etrior. 2WD. a rc. alarm, Still under wariariy.T 9
desk, King bed, tan, exc. 82K, garages to Drunc , d reeed 9 334-718-3257. g 4x4w V-6goodTIcond
Brake-Buddy for tow kept, $11,500. 334- o V-6 runs good cruise, drer airbag, s er er Ne. w 2a9.u
2969 power windows, 2006e Honda P-,- ea 33backrest, 33lrmi. $s,5005 334-rdd
car. Garage stored. 347-2868. spower&ndoor locks. S PW, sun roof 2006 Honda 350 Kawasaki Q8Vijc Dodge '96 Caravan.
$3,500.i OBO 334-63i .2 (334)618-4741 N inmdery ese 793-7410/618-4913 - e a
334-797-3617. 4 6 / 3 1y 7driver070274@hotmail.c LOW hs39 0064 $3600. saddlebags, red. Co goRd FLegalAds o
A/C01AM/FM, Cadilac 94 $,2700334-797-91156693-0302/790-0416 $5900. 334-692-3337211V 33 4x73 5 .4
TIOGA '04 Motor c aramyshelleturner@X om 92 0096-4-92-3a7 Jeep '02 Wrangler X, t ea ,- leather Ve& pwr D F- 80
Home 24ft w/slideoutH 3yNissan 07, Altima, sodin or 796-5421 6-cy 4 eatspwrsteering, Lthr, sun roof, every, ea css in

7293 miles 4KW Onan -9 20 Black100 N n 8 m iles, red, exc. paint Molo Motor Scooter WD 44K, Great cond. dual airbas, iargo n. Like NewLera t ourt
Gen., very clean F rdH '98 Mustang Co-rd X ,w It I & running condo. 2 $ 1,5Wi o
0 l r s9 s$7000. 8 4bra, conv, 5 spd4-mi. bosestereo 05, 200mi, Blue, $11,500, carrier inc uded. $s22k, 253-722-7626
Moto ,Taur,4 clean, Like new. Harley '00 Dyna Wide Red Kawasakl 09' -,/- V8, long wheel base, NOTICE OF
Motorhome'86, LLC 1919 West Main oor,,all power, 110k $20,500 obo, 334372Glide blue/silver Ninja Like New 250R auto, ps/pb , runs & SHERIFFS SALE
whiteAuto.8 cy. St. (334) 699-5880 mies. Greatic shape 0702 or 334-432-0302. 5200 miles. $9,50. w/acket 3,500. m. looks good. $2,500.
Pew.brakes & steer- ---2-0 S34-815-060 $3,995. 334-692-3211 Rl 334-735-5404
ing, A/C, AM/FM, Cadillac '94 . 334-596-1694 8 $ae 9331 NOTICE IS HEREBY3n
runs well, low Fleetwood. Top con- GMC 00' Sierra 2500 B U.Y M M I-E HARLEY Davidson '01 Leave MessFORD '77 F100 GIVEN that pursuant
milesFair cond.Has ditg$000. $o0334-693-398 0 . 3e' -cab796K Road King Police SUZUKI '06 DRZ25 6cy., short wheel to a levy issued in
Sr2250.897-0582$8,95 WestMain Car Conversion,4K good.2,500.00. Jackson County, Flor-
beautiful d argexc. $ iles, auto, w03 A5spoa0E. Good hit/ gNa y i0 nteio, 16,0 mirs es.W ip, e.le$n bie, at ir Loxe s 04Wh condat3-7436 $ m Sales LLC 10 A M19 West new tires, dvd, seats 334-735-5404 ida on the 14th, of
- roof, very nice, 30Damisen.*1 6,700. HRt.YDai dson-037. good cond.S$11.000 September 2009 in
transportation r 3K m1les. $16,7 00. .n cobo. . iS. 334 308 1112 the cause wherein
$10, S500.33 -72b6-1215B346Ra. a93 HAR Davr Recdsonove '0 . he raude wheaye

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/ h 4 engine, La, eai 347month Call Ron Ellis cHarleyDa d . -on'07 1 Jones and Joyce A.
blue, cold AC, CD (334) 71--0028 RoadKngnClassic.T triumph a 5 Ma .PLYMOUTH '96 Grand J'nen are defend-

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g niBike, carbon exh. tan, SUV.Auto. 6-cyl. towing package, new b said court, 1, Louis S.
. WuT-Tops. 6 miles. 1k m -E. ctlra's! 14.300. tired, bras, 3o u, 6 sNaid cou 5ouisn S.
c. 34 369-839 tires, brakes, 334- AWD.42,000,Loaded, powersteering cyl.'4 sp. $3,900 trade I as Sheriff

$Ms0b00. good cornrd..69 679 3 r. 0a1 5r H ieads, 8 rush kess0. n et 0 um. vy mlea0n o, Ntse I ahs hr
tbleation 405 HP X"rarlv0r1ce, 5eduH 6 Power steering, CD, umpvery for SUV4x4 229- - Jackson County
A146 Saotn Po Mntr2o 1M. H9K miles, $ 5 tg A t C. AMaFM. ter o w mileage, $3,750,. 8520 334 355-10r Florida have levied
CHEVROLE '0t3ilo Htd 'Mo706e Ao S. ru n w 8 9 0 OBO334-687-9845 or Ford '94 Ranger XLT upon all the right, ti-

|BEoseO ET '0| sHonem '017A cord runl Selve Hatcher �, les. 334-355-118 *T he Tac o e . 334092011 S of 9:30 an S T or as
18K Sp orPlc w/, Hybrid. Loaded. V1343to,11AC00belisVe nt le, and interest of
Ercoupe. Surf: Black Auto.. 6 cyl.. Grea Gas Mileage. Pontiac '01 Grand Am new tires, sunroof, V m ri m auto, oAC, edlne e and inter ofe-
$24:000.dfn.C99-72Kdmile, w oade,70D chrome rims, gSoo the above named De- 72K miles, La ed, Less than NADA. 114K $3,995 West . leather int. very Hevy Duty ndti $180 fendants, Michael R.
/eaachapter1193/E41 Sun- roof, Leather in- 334-793-0095 Main Car Sales LLC h' lean, like rew.- s ,334-798ar768 Jones and Joyce A.
resq.htm or e-mail terror. Very clean. '1919 West Main St. Harley.,Davidson '07 b Km.- $22.000 jj4-792 " Fr - Jones. in and to the

pw---- 12h334.774.915 - $1770.33n7 8. 0 Sportster owner.Hnd g0r3ge kept, Durmx, i.6L$ Dually4Jones .rinha ndtothe in-
com for more 334-299o - 3430. 4drcsp, pow 334-699-5880 RoaKin 334-Custom, Yamaha '05 Vma 7 . . Ford '97Ranger E. fol lowing described
p o rn fod r mh y aore O ne -O - er43ed0. H4 dr a 5 sp ,__po w er.reI am h n $ iC ami. b F ru r eat property. to -w it:
information. 69.500m ..8God gas Pon tiac 06oVibe Pesrl0Yellow 6-spd., a edition n Cab. runs vea,
lget Ce C on mileage & condition. a Creat Gas SaMPGver 3000 mi. Loaded. Like flame red, excel. g . 0 it

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tem. DVD player. 26K Range '99 Rover HSE windshield, rush truck. low re au o November, 2009 at
miAutl'bDlesvld c. Chevrorlet '08 Malbu mi.. black. 13.000 4.6 , fully loaded, 115Kwn mufflers $15 995 Nan '0 EierTra to d e e $1100. the Jackson County
S Maroon with gray 786-223-2278. mi., $5,500, Call (334)e 1 334- 965 BU 68K 4.502 0 W r 46 Sheriff's Office, 4012t
Corivette 02' Conver- inte rior, 4 cylinder, Honda'07Civic EX 797-0768 i MaiCarSales LLC 31C89359Lafayette Street. Ma-
tible auto, 405 HP XM radi, 4 CD, onstar, silver, coupe, 5sp, L* Reduced: LEXUS1 YAMAHAtMi'06 334-699-5880 condo edFrin aFsotid Coun
12-CD changer w/ sunroof, 11,000 miles. 39K miles, $13,200 or '92 Runs great! Roadster 1700cctored, iact the .Cour
Bose sound sytsem. 9 $17,000. 334-797-0987 0d. 334-308-1112 Looks good! $4,000, Bac0ccl$3.000 3 O377. sEoo : therers0-o Thor
58K mn. Black Wv/ Honda 08' Civic ALX Jack 239-464-0985 0 Black, Motorcycle. anF - Ir334-677-6715f 930 n m. ST or as
black leather. c n wk0 eeChevroletil'93zCap- Cl ean5lw0imies.xau co o- unrhri eal offae
$24,000. 334-299-3739 rice, white, 70K $n4,i500.334-790-7S REDUCED Hines Exhaust Sys- osible I will offer
miles. extra tu clean, 71, Ws3M0 C R E D. tem. 4 helmets andi s k Chevy '04 SifVeradr Detendantsi Michael
new tires. $43 00. A.. RLEY DAVID gel cushion. One . 3500, 1 Ton, Sharpe, R. Jone and Joyce A.
334 792 8018 '08 1200 Sportster owner, garage kept.
120r pk, ecelent AV. Duramax, 6.6L, Dually Jones, rights, title, in-
Chrysler 95 ebrig, Custom, 108 miles, Like new. $8000. Nissan '07 Pathfinder Tow Pkg/power trail- terest, in the afore-
sunroof Itlhr, 2DR warranty, Like new. SE, Black, Auto. 43K said property at pub-
coupe. AC all power $9,200, 334-702-47 78. 334- 618-58 33. 05, 76a k 8261.$2 ing m mirrors, crew5-5 0 N s n 9sa i SE
CoupetAC 9al ClpreoaPers $9,200,r 334-702 .Imi. leather int., 3rd cab, ext. bed. Loaded GMC '95 Yukon l ic outcry and will
tor addition factoryHODgYamaha07FZ1ow row seat, Like new. Z71, 4 wheel drive, sell thesame, subject
hard& soft top au- Chrystlera 'S5Cross-nHO silver haatercury 256Mone33m4-6'2-1 o rwsat00 .$17,000.L334k 2 n $23,000. red, 2door, 176K to all prior liens, en-
to, loaded, 10 mi. fire Convertable12k re a ' miles. 2K m. $5,500. $17,00. 334-897-0582 2007 Copper Cannon miles. $3,300., 334- cumbrances, and
t ifua vgc. MPG, like new Keystone 5th wheel 701-42670101-8670 judgments, if any, to
beautiful car, exc. miles, auto, white, sp, a/c. Good cond. K miles , owner, highestandest
cond, $11,900. 334- mint cond. black top, Re-built motor $8275.334-794-0553 w/ 2 slides, sharp. the ie es
584.2006 - $15,900 850.209-4416 $2900H. 334--714.0590icC' Call for details. h CASH, the proceeds
1t AD3DorST hang $30,000. Offers! to be applied as far
$ 1 3 4e 1Honda '93 Accord. u 199 r-g arlyDavi dSonl'8 334-805-4906. Navstar '8 Eagle S
2 S7, green. 4door. cold hand drive steering Annversary Fat oy, with 525E Cummings ment ofe to the pay
AC. new engie wheel, new trar. m .- opper-black 6-sp. Yamaha '07 VStar SUBURBAN '02 153K engine, new tires, all the satisfaction of
$3800. 3342-7 2-801 sion. newdtim ingrelt.e . C3 m LoadR ed Ya m a' it r f u B r N W 'oo m n to. $ 8 0 7 ntinex .c d
-t92 tres. ardbrakes. Lke new. $16,600, 1300CTour, fuelinject- $8,500 West Main Car eqpentinced the above-described
many more ew 334-726-6799. ed, cover & helmet, Sales LLC 1919eeen ng lev.
WestuMaineStreet334-803-5072dor-3340In Accordance wvith
FORD'05 500 SLE. Corvette uto, Call for more details Harley Davidson '08 cruise control, load- (334)699-5880 334-803-5072 or 334- A ran ith
Red. great cnd.K 3LTLoaded roe2295242451 Electra Glide Classic, ed,O5K.,Like new! 8996594 the American with
i A. rcund WlsLa o 7 4000mies. 1 year $6,990. 334-714-4001 disabilities act, per-
-u3W0 Warra-678-2131 Hyundai -0S tion. $Ii.,',00 OB0. Star touring bike, 10x 20 Mobile One Owner. Immac- commodation to par-
LXiV-6RaAutatHarley Davidson '08 2500 miles. $8,500. Caferteria 2007 ulate. 334-793-0095 ticipate in this pro-
Duro Cross, Crew LX, V-6, Autoatic, 334-96-7092 Low Ride, less than 334-796-8174 $25,000. 334-791-9220 ceedi should c
Cab, V8, Loaded, 32K loaded, sunroof, Toyota '07 Corolla LE. 3K mi. black, warran- tact the A.D.A. coon-
$14,500. 334-791-0646 leather, excellent, Loaded, Great Gas ty, perfect cond. . - 231 Massey Fergu-Nt att elephone
122K miles, $5995. Mileage $500 down many xtras. $13500 port Utility Vehicles son, 1541 hours, 38hp number 8S0-482-9624
Automobiles 122K0miles,$599. 3V4x4 CC all power et 02no l
fuorales334-790-7959 -$25b per month 850-526-2790 with disc, $8500, keyless, cruise, ith ev ( da
Call Steve Hatc7e- Harley Davidson '95 Chevy Tahoe '04 Z71, 334-792-8018 tow pkg. $13,750.the not)lays
Ulrc(334) 791-8243 - 58K, white, tan interi- Bushh - 9044, field 0 to SELL70 prior to the proceed-
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2004 Honda Civic EX, Automatic 350 TOYOTA '08 Cam , tric Glide 30 yr anni- or. Sparkling clean ready, shelter kept. CHEVY'.05 . suburban, 334-796-6745InEs. ! If hearing im--
Only 65,955 miles. (Silver) sell as iLE, cert. preowne , versary $7,500334 $16,900. 334-791-2812 $10,500 .334- 117k m. rus Well. pared, (TDD) 1-80-
OLke New.,95500ies.,drk gray, 24,500 mi., 695-4014 - Chevy Trailblazer 08 347-4283 or 334-447- sunronf. leather DVD M55R8770, via , the
Like New. $11,500., $6500. OBO w/ext warranty. Davidson96 black, LS 31K m. A/C 2572 merntairnent S
334-774-1y 7 . d ys .9630 Harley eavless50
INFINITI01130 $17,700. 3347189630 Fatboy, red & white, & Rear air Exc. Cond. Lilliston 6000, field rell 9 n0-58.-8DO3
a$15,000.233334-774-1915 4N-Nnell910-584-877 DATED October 28,
SDOdge 00' Stratus $5,795 West Main Car 13K miles, great $15,000. 3347919115 ready, heater kept.2009
very dependable hi- Sales LLC 1919 shpe, $8,500.8 1 Ford '00 Explorer $1000.334-347-4283
l iles, great D Wte. ev- West Main Street 344WD, auto, loaded, or 334-447-2572 CHEVY '66. -ustom Louis S. Roberts, III
erythin" works. 28 (334)699-5880A111 black, excellent Vsp. swb. au. Sheriff
I_ _01_MPGS__16 MASSEY Ferguson N 90
MG24.3069condition, newtires, 240 model '85P41 HP tun. I)k god. Jackson County Flori-
M 2.. 101k mi', $4,500 firm."eisel tractor$5 900 Need; some work. da
V; . 334-618-4468 1 305-766-8261 $2,500. 334-735-5404 Nissanr09' Titan SE
2,004 Hon C ivic Volkswagen '05 Chev '71 El Camino, V8 King Cab Black By:LINDA J COWAN
Like new. Sell Below Passat. Leather, GMC '00 Jimmy, PALMER '9926 ft Auto trans only 5K Deputy Sheriff
NADA. 334-793-0095. Loaded. Great great cond., $4200 Dump Trailer $13,900 350 Engine, $7500 ml. Factory Warr.
Condition. 793-0095 Ha Sportster 06' 080 850-526-2491 619-1041, 334-687- 850- 594-3282 power windows,
Towncar, Silver. Jaguar '02 type X 3.0 Volkswagen '06 Bee Orange 1200R, Vance ask for Tom 5835 lock, Tilt Cruise bed
GretCowncdiver.Sp 9 tie, auto, diesel,42K & Hines Short Shots, GMC '91 Jimmy 4x4, TRACTOR 539 IMT auto. transmission, liner, running bds
t Dodge '05 Neon SXT, Main Car Sales LLC miles, 40MPG, load- b ed lines, 8,900 62,Diesluinu [ft 334-89-7399SN 05 714-1142
$12,844. call 618-4533 4 door, 4 cylinder, 1919 West Main St. ed. $16,000. 334-897- ml1$7,995.794-8037 aluminum wheels 334-797-4724 73,500 miles, $3500 STERLING '0S8Tn-Axle
automatic, loaded, 334-699-5880 2497 or 334-672-1655 Honda '03 Shadow 12x36 Radial 080. 334-794-9258 Dump Truck $47,500
2004 ScionXA, 71,000 miles $5995.cSwampers PS, PB, VnChev '86 C10, 4wd 619-1041,334-687-I
lots of accessories, AC, Auto, AM/FM CD blue, 305 V8, man. 5835
$7,200. 850-272-1272 Dodge '85 150 Royal Port 1600, eng. over- 24K miles, $40 $4800 obo. 850-762- Chrysle95 Voyager, tran. $2500. 687-5049 Toyota 03'-Tacoma
.6, -, SE. Automat-c l1ant - rod.haul Dc. ints.iste 34r- 4V6, auto, seats 8, Chevy '94 2500 ser- prerunner dbl cab, V-
$2506 Orgnai 47Kig dampnrr. no ma- Honda 03' VTX 1800 Tahoe 07' LTZ 55K mi. power, am/fm cass. ies, regualr cab, AT, 6, auto, all options
$25i=0 08 850-441 jor rust. $2300 Exc. Cond. Red in col- black w/ tan int. fully new tires, NOW good condition. $2800 79K mi. exc. cond
334-718-1188 or new chrome loaded, nav. $28,500 $1975OB0d850-592- 08. 334-677-3953 or must see! $14,700.
LEXUS'00ES30098K$6200. 334-308-1395 334-333-6401 2832 - 334-701-7648 334-794-3525
.. "$6.900 Wevt Main Car VOLVO '06 XC90,
Sales LLC I919 Ocean Race Edition.

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-nles. -.,el ,:on,. FORD 0'I)9 Mustang Mercedes 97 Be i $20.000 O13 BLUE
new tires. $22,300. Bullitt, Highland E420 133K $6,500 WHITE - 334I38 ''0554,
334-434-0240 Green, 1000 mi, West Main Car Sales P
Datsun '78 280Z 2+2, Loaded, warranty, LLC 1919 West Main
original owner, 5 Still new. $26,500., t. 3346995880
speed, fuel injected, 3347909431 Mercedes 98' SLK230, f oHE(
180k miles, some leather,, Con-
rust, runs but needs Ford '93 Taurus, runs vert. Supercharged, 4 0111 Tll
work. $2500 OBO 850- good, needs AC, cyl. Cd, 89K mi. LI
579- 2136 Iv msg $2200. 1-334-475-1723 $10,500. 334-898-1201

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06 Nissan Altima S
pwr pkg., cruise, tilt, CD, only 53k miles, stk#P3119A....... $13,995
08 Ford Fusion
4 cyl., auto trans., pwr. pkg., CO, 45k miles, stk# P3116.............$13,995
08 Ford Fusion SE
V-6, alloy wheels, CD, 43k miles, stk# P3115 ..................... $14,995
08 Ford Mustang
V6, auto., pwr. pkg., cruise, alloys, 44k miles, stk# P3109..........$14,995
08 Mercury Marquis LS
Ithr., pow pkg., climate control, 41k miles, stk#P3122............$16,995
08 Ford Fusion SEL
V6, auto, spoiler, alloys, 43k miles, stk# P3098........... $16,995
08 Ford F250 Crew Cab XL
V8, auto., brush guard, 33k miles, stk# 9209BB.... . .. ...$19,995
09 Chrysler Town & Country
dual pwr., sliding doors, rear pwr hatch, 26k miles, stk# 3701....$20,995
08 Ford Taurus Limited
moonroof, Ithr., loaded, one owner, 29k miles, stk# 10118A..$22,995
07 Ford Mustang GT
auto trans., lthr., V-8, 18" alloys, 29k miles, stk# R3124 .......$22,995
07 Dodge Ram SLT Crew Cab 4x4
Hemi V8, pwr. pkg., cruise, 37k miles, stk# 9188AA. . .. . . .. $22,995


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07 Ford F-150 XLT Super Cab 4x4
5.4 L V8, console, two-tone, 33k miles, stk#9244A.............$22,995
07 Ford Explorer Sport Trac Limited
V8, Ithr., hard cover, loaded, 33k miles, stk# R3092......... $23,995
08 Ford F-150 Super Crew XLT
pwr. pkg., cruise, tilt, ONLY 14k miles, stk# 9204A ....... ..$23,995
07 Ford Edge SEL
Ithr., vista roof, chrome wheels, 31k miles, stk# P3117........$24,995
09 Ford F-150 Super Crew XLT
4x2, pwr. pkg., cruise, tilt, nice, 19k miles, stk# P3112..........$24,995
06 Ford F-150 Lariat Super Crew
4x4, Ithr., two-tone paint, climate control, 38k miles, stk# 3099...$26,995
08 Ford Expedition XLT
pwr. pkg, convenience pkg,3rd row seat, 32k mi, stk# P3087 ....$26,995
06 Ford F-150 Super Crew King Ranch
4x4, Ithr., super nice, 56k miles, stk# P3100............... ........$27,995
09 Ford F150 Super Crew Lariat
Ith., Lariat plus pkg., chrome pkg., only8kmi, stk#10145A. ....$29,995
09 Lincoln MKS
Ithr., loaded with luxury 22k miles, stk# P3097.. ... $31,995
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