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Jackson County Floridan

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Title:
Jackson County Floridan
Sunday paper issued from <1979-1985> as:
Sunday Floridan
Portion of title:
Floridan
Creator:
Jackson County Floridan
Place of Publication:
Marianna, Fla
Publisher:
Chipola Pub. Co.
Publication Date:
Copyright Date:
2009
Frequency:
Daily (except Saturday and Monday)[<1979-1995>]
Weekly[ FORMER 1934-<1955>]
daily
normalized irregular
Language:
English

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Newspapers -- Marianna (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jackson County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States of America -- Florida -- Jackson -- Marianna

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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
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"Independent."

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Times-courier (Marianna, Fla. : 1947)
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Debate continues over ambulance services


BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER

The owner of an ambulance service was
ordered to leave a Jackson County
Commission meeting after allegedly utter-
ing a profanity while defending his
employees during a heated discussion
Tuesday.
The stibject of ambulance service -first
came up last month, when commissioners
learned Jackson Hospital contracts with a
private service for some non-emergency,
hospital-to-hospital transfers.
The county ambulance service protested
that arrangement, saying it was taking rev-
enue from the county service and was also
limiting options for patients and their fam-
ilies.
The service hired by the hospital said
the hospital had entered the contract after
complaining that the county sometimes
bills the hospital at full, non-
Medicaid/Medicare rates for its non-emer-
gency transports, and that it is not always
immediately available. The county service
countered those claims to some extent.
There was disagreement on how often
the private service was called upon,
whether it was always used in lieu of
county service, or that it was used only
when county services were not immediate-
ly available.
On Tuesday, the doctor who serves as
the county's EMS medical director, and
who also is a surgeon at Jackson Hospital,
clarified that point. According to him, the


Jackson Hospital Administrator Larry Meese, in foreground, talks to the Jackson
County Commission about the hospital's contract with a,private ambulance service.
-Deborah Buckhalter/Floridan


hospital posted a memo some time ago
saying that all such transfers were being
handled by the private service.
A private citizen who also works in a
non-medical capacity for Jackson County,
also came forward to say that the hospital


recently refused to call on the county serv-
ice to transport her husband for non-med-
ical services. She said hospital officials
advised her that such trips were assigned
to the private service.
It was after her presentation that the pro-


fanity was allegedly uttered by the man
commissioners identified as the owner of
the private ambulance service.
The woman said she saw representatives
of the company sitting in or around the
hospital when .her ailing husband was
there, and that the-, were wearing orange.
She commented in the meeting she first
thought the\ '\ere convicts.
The man in the audience commented
that "we are not (expletive) convicts,"
according to Commission Chairman
Jeremy Branch.
Branch confronted the individual, say-
ing he was to be ejected "if he says anoth-
er word," then ordered that the man leave
when he continued speaking.
Around the same time this issue first
arose last month, commissioners received
a request from another ambulance compa-
ny that needs a county-issued certificate of
need to go ahead with its plan to establish
an operation in the county.
Commissioners at that meeting ordered
*county attorney Frank Baker to prepare an
ordinance dealing with private ambulance
services in the county.
On Tuesday, the commission adopted
the ordinance, which will be applied to
that applicant's .request and all others in
the future.
The new ordinance lays down a number
of requirements for companies that want to
provide ambulance services in Jackson
County.
See DEBATE, Page 7A >


Farm City Day is Friday


STAFF REPORT
Farm City Day is set for 7 a.m.
on Nov. 13, the second Friday of
the month. It will be held at the
Jackson County Agriculture
Center on Penn Avenue in
Marianna.
The Jackson County Chamber
of Commerce has adopted this
event in recent years, moving it
from an evening affair to the
morning as part of the "Power
Breakfast" monthly get-together.
' This month, it replaces that
usual First Friday event.
Farm City Day is a tradition of
36 years.
It highlights and celebrates the
interdependence of those who
farm, and those who contribute to
the economy in city-based agri-
cultural pursuits. Agriculture is a
vital part of the local economy,
providing jobs, income spent in
other sectors of the community,
and fresh food for the consump-
tion of all.
Farmers and their families,
along with other business and
community leaders, elected offi-
cial and citizens interested in
agriculture are . encouraged to
attend. .
Each year the "downtown"
business community and the agri-
cultural community come togeth-
er to recognize the importance of
agriculture to Jackson County,


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A peanut picker makes its way slowly down the rows of plowed up peanuts waiting to be harvested
in a field near Sneads. - Mark Skinner / Floridan


and to learn about trends- affect-
ing the agricultural community
and, ultimately, consumers and
other businesses.
Corporate sponsor of the event
this year is Farm Credit. Other
sponsors are the Jackson County.


Board of County Commissioners;
the cities of Marianna,
Graceville, Cottondale, Grand
Ridge and Sneads; the Florida
Farm Bureau; and the East
Jackson County Development
Council.


Youth in agriculture is a focus
of Farm City Day, and the theme
this year is Growing Toward the
Future.
The recipient of the 2009 Ed
See FARM, Page 7A�


Hundreds walk out


of town hall meeting


BY MARY SCOTT SPEIGNER
WMBB NEWS 13
PANAMA CITY - What
started out as a typical health care
town hall meeting turned ugly
Tuesday night.
Rep. Allen Boyd, D-
Monticello, held his 15th panhan-
dle meeting at Gulf Coast
Community College in Panama
City.
Hundreds of angry citizens
stormed out, many yelling,
"You're ruining the country!"
"He's not listening to us and
that's why everybody walked
out," Bay County resident Burnie
Thompson said.
* "We walked out because he's
not answering the questions,"
Walton County resident Bob
Sullivan said.
The attendance was lower than
expected to begin with, but when
Rep. Boyd attempted to divert
attention away, from a question,
the crowd got even smaller.


"When our representative
hushes the crowd, he's not listen-
ing to us. And if he doesn't listen
to us he can start clearing out his
desk," Thompson said.
Boyd is one of only 39
Democrats to vote against the
health care bill in the House. He
says the bill isn't financially
responsible. Despite agreeing
with his vote, the criticism came
out in droves.
"He may have voted no, but it's
smoke in mirrors," Bay County
resident Cecilia Mackie said.
Critics say this meeting came
too late. The health care bill has
already passed in the House.
However, Boyd says this meeting
is still relevant.
"We're right in the middle of
this debate. The country is still
unsettled about how to solve this
health care problem," Boyd said.
Boyd's supporters say they got
the answers they wanted.
See MEETING, Page 7A >


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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 in Marianna, Monday
through 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 the Marianna office, 4440 Lafayette St.,
Suite C, Marianna. A light lunch will be
served. Registration required. Call 482-8520
or 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.
* The Chipola Regional Workforce
Development Board Inc. Executive Committee
meeting is at 5:15 p.m., followed by the 6
p.m. general meeting, in the One Stop Center
community room. Call 800-382-5164.
* 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 features 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
www.geekshelp.com.
* Alcoholics Anonymous meets Thursdays
for a "closed discussion," 8 to 9 p.m., at the
First United Methodist Church, 2901
Caledonia St., Marianna. Meet in the AA
room. Attendance is limited to persons with a
desire to stop drinking.

November 13 - Friday
* The 36th Annual Farm City Breakfast is 7-
9 a.m. at the Jackson County Extension Office
Auditorium on Pennsylvania Avenue in
Marianna. Call 482-9620.
* The Southeastern Community Blood
Center mobile unit will be at the Chipley Wal-
Mart, 10 a.m.-3 p.m., or donate blood at the
center, 2503 Commercial Park Drive in
Marianna, Monday through Friday, 9 a.m.-6
p.m. Call 526-4403.
* Marianna's Gathering Place Foundation
hosts a charity dance every second Friday of
the month, 6 p.m. at Jim's Buffet and Grill.
Tonight: Entertainment from DJ Nick and
Tamaria Joyner. Cost is $6. Call 526-4561.
* Celebrate Recovery hosts adult and teen
meetings to "overcome hurts, habits and
hang-ups in a safe environment" every Friday
at Evangel Worship Center, 2645 Pebble Hill


Road. Dinner at 6 p.m. (free for first-time
* guests); meeting at 7 p.m., with praise and
live worship music, testimonies and fellow-
ship. Call 209-7856 or 573-1131.
* Alcoholics Anonymous has an open meet-
ing Fridays, 8 to 9 p.m., at the First United
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna. Meet in the AA room.

November 14 - Saturday
* Author Carol Ann Wilson, a Marianna
native, will be signing copies of her book;
"Still. Point of the Turning World," 11 a.m. to
2 p.m. at Chipola River Book & Tea, 4402
Lafayette St., downtown Marianna. ,
* Alcoholics Anonymous has an open meet-
ing Saturdays, 4:30 to 5:30 p.m., at the First
United Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna. Meet in the AA room.

November 15 - Sunday .
* The Compass. Lake in the Hills Volunteer
Fire Department Spaghetti Dinner is 1-6 p.m.,
on Nortek Blvd. Adults, $6; children under 10,
$3. Take-out available. Call 579-4303.

November 16 - Monday
* Chipola Chapter, NSDAR meets at Jim's
Buffet & Grill at 11 a.m. Chipola Historical
Trust President Pat Crisp will present,
"Satsuma Festival." E-mailt
footprints@phonl.com or call 482-7685.
* Jackson County AARP Chapter 3486
meets at noon in the United Methodist Church
of Marianna Student Center. Speaker Joan
Elmore of the County Extension office will dis-
cuss frauds, .credit reports and more.
Members, bring a covered dish to comple-
ment the fried chicken being served.
* Relay for Life of Central Jackson hosts a
Team Captains Party, 6 p.m. in the Golson
Elementary School cafeteria.
* The Cottondale City Commission's regular
monthly meeting starts at.6 p.m. in the com-
mission room.
* Concerned American Patriots of Jackson
County meets 6-7 p.m. at the Ag Center,
Highway 90 West, next to National Guard
Armory in Marianna. Topic: Vetting Process
on Candidates. House of Representatives can-
didates, Carl Meece and Eddie Hendry, will be
available for questions.
* The monthly general membership meet-
ing of the Theophilus West M. D. Camp 1346,
Sons of Confederate Veterans is at 7 p.m. at
the Harmony Masonic Lodge, 3024 N.
Jefferson St., Marianna.
* 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 17 - Tuesday
* Optimist Club of Jackson County meets


every first and third Tuesday, at noon, in Jim's
Buffet and Grill in Marianna.
* The Panhandle Public Library Cooperative
System board meets at 6 p.m. in the PPLCS
office, Marianna.

November 18 - Wednesday
* Eldercare Services will be giving out
USDA and Brown Bags, 8 a.m. at 4297 Liddon
St., Marianna. Call 482-3220.
* 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.
* Today is the registration deadline for the
University of Florida/Jackson County
Extension Service/Jackson - County Master
Gardeners' Dooryard Fruit and Nuts for North
Florida class, which is set for Nov. 19, 6-8
p.m. in the Jackson County Agricultural
Center . Conference - Center, 2741
Pennsylvania Ave., Marianna. Cost: $10
(includes materials, snacks, door prizes).
Call 482-9620,. or e-mail
jacksonmg@ifas.ufl.edu.
.- * The Jackson Hospital Board of Trustees
Building apd Grounds Committee meets at
5:30 .p.m. in the classroom.

November 19 - Thursday
* The . Chipola Regional Workforce
Development Board Inc. Partners' Meeting is
at 8 a.m. in the Jackson C.ounty Agricultural
Conference Center. Call 800-382-5164.
* The Jackson County Health Department,
Car Seat Safety Check, 2-4 p.m. in the parking
lot of the Grocery Outlet, 4420 Lafayette St.,
Marianna. Free installation lessons, discount-
ed seats for those qualifying, and notification
of seat recalls. Contact 526-2412, ext. 203.
* Jackson County NAACP meets at 5:30
p.m. the third Thursday of the month, at 2880
Orange St. (behind Bryant Enterprises). Call
482-3766 or 569-1294.
* The East Jackson County Relay-for-Life'
meets at 6 p.m. in the West Florida Electric
Cooperative Association office in Sneads.
* Alcoholics Anonymous meets Thursdays
for a "closed discussion," 8 to 9 p.m., at the
First United Methodist Church, 2901
Caledonia St., Marianna. Meet in the AA
room. Attendance is limited to persons with a
desire to stop drinking.

November 20 - Friday
* Activities at Hope School's annual Harvest
Day are scheduled to begin at 9:15 a.m.
* Celebrate Recovery hosts adult and teen
meetings to "overcome hurts, habits and
hang-ups in a safe environment" every Friday
at Evangel Worship Center, 2645 Pebble Hill
Road. Dinner at 6 p.m. (free for first-time
guests); meeting at 7 p.m. Child care avail-
able. Call 209-7856 or 573-1131.


POLICE ROUNDUP


MARIANNA POLICE
The Marianna Police
Department listed the fol-
lowing incidents for Nov.
10, the latest available
report: Three traffic acci-
dents, one hospice death,
one information report,
one highway obstruction,
one burglary of a resi-
dence, three burglar
alarms, one panic alarm,
two larcenies, one civil
dispute, one trespassing
complaint, one cow com-
plaint, one dog complaint,
one retail theft/shoplifting
report, two agency 'assists,
one property damage
report, one public service


call, one threat/harassment
complaint and two traffic
stops.
JACKSON COUNTY
SHERIFF'S OFFICE
The Jackson County
Sheriff's Office listed the
following incidents for
Nov. 10, the latest available
report: Three abandoned
vehicle, three alarms, one
animal complaint, one civil
dispute, one criminal mis-
chief/vandalism complaint,
two disturbances, five EMS
calls, one fire, one flim-
flam/con game complaint,
one hospice death, three
larcenies, one sex offense,
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one stolen vehicle - M o r r c 1 1
recovered, two suspi- --"'-.-7 Bellamy, 19, 2703
cious incident/per- - Maple Lane,
son/vehicle coin- , Marianna, violation
plaints, one traffic CR IME of state probation
accident, four traffic (resisting without
stops, one prisoner trans- violence), failure to appear
port, one trespassing com- (trespassing after warning).
plaint, one VIN verifica- -Andrea McNeil, 29,
tion, five warrant arrests, 3909 Reserve Drive, Apt.
on reckless driver and one 1021, Tallahassee, failure
911 hangup. to appear (Failure to return
rental property).
JACKSON COUNTY -Joslyn Sidney, 45, 905
CORRECTIONAL N. 9th St., Canadian,
FACILITY Texas, theft.
The following people -John Mears, 23, 5917
were booked into the coun- Highway 90, Marianna,
ty jail during the latest violation of court order.
reporting period: -Victoria Huckaby, 37,


2057 Miller Lane, Chipley,
hold for Washington
County.
-Terossity Knapp, 30,
3200 Magnolia St.,
Cottondale, two counts of
worthless checks.
-Corey Williams, 32,
2926 Milton Ave.,
Marianna, retail theft.
JAIL POPULATION:
229
To report a crime, call
CrimeStoppers at 526-
5000.
To report a wildlife vio-
lation, call 1-888-404-
FWCC (3922).


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Peterman, Chelsey Pettis, Maggie
Powell, Lacey Roberts, Alexandria
Rodriguez, Alexa Sarson, Morgan
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Jordan Smith, Tyler Stinson, Keleisha
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Gray Gilmore, Bri Godwin, Rache
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Shanna Letner, Kendall Lowery,
Christopher Martinez, Kate Mayo,
Christina McKeen, Randyn McMillan,
Ashtin McMullian, Dylan Meeks,
Katrina Milliser, Keionna Mitchell,
Faith Moore, Kaydee Nance, Betty Ni,
Trenton Nobles, Milan Patel, Marcus
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Dakota Raines, Caroline Rogers,
Timothy Snyder, Riby Stephens, Hailey
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Marlena Smith, Matthew Suggs,
Landon Turnmire, Brandon Tyus,
Anthony Ward, Blake Waters, Evan
Wester, Rebecca Williams, Ashley
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SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
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of Northwest Florida was
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able to provide behavioral
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Marianna FFA members
were big winners at the
National Peanut Festival
Calf Scramble and
Greased Pig Chase
Monday, Nov. 2. -
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Marianna

FFA hosts

scramble

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On Monday, Nov. 2, the
National Peanut Festival
hosted the annual Calf
Scramble and Greased Pig
Chase.
Marianna FFA members
were big winners, catching
five 450 pound calves and
five 90 pound pigs.
In the calf scramble, the
winners were Jordan
Melvin, Dylan Jackson, Jae
Elliot and Kody Sims.
The winners of the pig
scramble were Zach
Snyder, Mason Melvin,
Courtney Hodges, Brittany
Jackson and Jeffery
Basford.
The animals that were
caught belong to the win-
ners. This is the National
Peanut Festival's way of
helping FFA students start
animal projects.
For pictures of the win-
ners in action, see the
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4A - Thursday, November 12, 2009 * Jackson County Floridan


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Outstanding Farm Family includes 2 generations


Cindale rent loc
on Old
Farms Dairy acres,
Owned by Dale & milked
Cindy Eade, and 250 hes
females.
Brad & Meghan have one
Austin part time
They
Dale and Cindy Eade numeroi
have been working full leaders
time in the dairy business industry
for the past 29 years. as Pr
In 1994, the couple Southea
began their own dairy Improve
operation in Jackson (DHIA)
County. In 1996, they the Nal
.expanded their herd .and current:
leased the old Torbett presides
Dairy on Old US Road, Milk In
north of Marianna. In is the
2003, they purchased their cooperai
own land and moved east.
across the road to their cur- He is


Larry Ford

takes High

Corn Yield

honors

Owner Larry Ford
212 bushels/Acre
Pioneer 31P42
Larry Ford farmed 250 acres of
corn this year out of 3,000 total acres
of row crops.
He also has 100 head of Brahman
cows.
. Larry has 40 years of farming expe-
rience and produced 212 bushels of
corn with Pioneer 3 1P 42.


cation. Their farm
US Road is 500
with 350 coys
twice per day and
id. of replacement
. They have also
e full time and one
e employee.
have served in
us positions of
hip in the dairy
. Dale has served
resident of the
.st Dairy Herd
ement Association
and as president of
tional DHIA. He
y serves as the vice
nt of Southeast
corporate, which
milk marketing
tive for the south-
also the vice chair-


man of the Board of
Governors for three fluid
milk plants in Florida and
Louisiana which set the
price for raw milk.
Cindy serves on the
Board of Directors for
Florida Farm Credit. The
Eades are always willing to
give of their limited time to
improve the industry in
Florida. They have also
hosted numerous school,
and 4-H groups to -teach
kids that their milk does
not come from grocery
stores.
The Eade farm has
always been a family oper-
ation. Dale manages the
day-to-day production.
Cindy handles the finances
and raises the replacement
heifers.


They have two daughters
Lauren and Meghan, who
also grew up working on
the farm. Meghan, their
oldest daughter, went to
the University of Florida
and graduated from vet
school. She now works in a
large animal practice near
Mayo.
She married Brad
Austin, who has a.PhD in
Animal Science from the
university of Florida.
Lauren their youngest,
married a Marine Sergeant,
Zach O'Bryan and lives in
Jacksonville, North
Carolina. Lauren went to
UF and graduated with a
degree in Food & Resource
Economics. She is in
charge of sales and market-
ing for Duplin Winery in


Arrow S Farm

is Hay Farmer

of the Year

Owners Bradley
Stephens and Jason
Stephens
Bradley and Jason Stephens oper-
ate Arrow S Farms, producers of high
quality perennial peanut and coastal
Bermuda square bale hay.
This year they produced a cutting
of perennial peanut hay that was test-
ed by the University of Georgia's
Forage Lab.
The Stephens brother's hay is
13.2% protein, and a Relative Forage
Quality (RFQ) index of 176. An RFQ
index of 100 is equal to average qual-
ity alfalfa hay.


Rose Hill North Carolina.
Currently the Eades are
in the beginning stages of
some major changes for
their dairy. They have
begun a partnership with
Brad and Meghan, which
may one day also include
Zach & Lauren.
To do this, they plan on
doubling their milking
herd to around 700 head
and switching over from a
feed-based dairy to a graz-
ing dairy, with minimal
feed inputs.
The biggest advantage of
a grazing-based dairy is


reduced input costs, but it
does require a higher level
of management. The main
goal is to include their
children in the business
and ensure the farming tra-
dition will be carried on.
,Also, since 1994 both Dale
and Cindy have not been
.away together from the
operation for more than
two days at a time.
With the kids coming
back to share the work load
and the debt, Dale has
promised Cindy a vacation
cruise down the Chipola to
Peacock Bridge.


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Cotton Farmers of Year make it a family affair


Davis Farms
Owners and brothers,
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and Michael Davis,
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Sonny, Michael, Roger,
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Together they farm more
than 3,500 acres of cotton
and over' 1,900 acres of
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cows add a little more work
to keep things interesting
for this farming family.


Davis Farms has been
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has served as President of
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and the younger generation
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Jackson County Floridan * Thursday, November 12, 2009 - 5A


www.JCFLORIDAN.coni FARM CiTY


Cattleman of Year fulfills Peanut Farmer of


dream in elite operation


Southern Cattle
Company
Owned by John Downs
John was the youngest of nine chil-
dren born on a little farm in central
Alabama.
Like most farm families in the
1940's, they didn't have much
money, but there was plenty of hard
work to go around.
He and his siblings spent long days
picking cotton. As a young boy he
scrimped and saved to buy a neigh-
bor's dairy calf.
After months of hard work and
holding on to every nickel, he went
to buy that favorite heifer, only to be
crushed when he found out she had
been sold a few days earlier.
Heartbroken he walked home and
vowed that one day he would not
only have his own cows, but the very
best cows around.
In 1992, 40 years later, John's
dream became a reality when he
began Southern Cattle Company.
Today, he gives God the glory for
how he has blessed him, with one of
the best herds of Angus and
Charolais cattle in the world.
John's ranch, Southern Cattle
Company, has grown to over 15,000
acres and 6,000 head of cattle. He


John Downs
employs 25 people year round.
In addition to their foundation
Charolais and Angus breeds, the
ranch has added Brangus, and small
herds of Beefmaster, Brahman, and
Hereford cattle.
John has invested in some of the
top performing females of each breed
as the foundation of their embryo
transfer program.
With all of the latest technology,
Southern Cattle Company is able to
utilize elite genetics and multiply
them via multiple births through
transfer to commercial cows.
John Downs and Southern Cattle'


Company, have made major impact
on the cattle industry in Jackson
County. Mainly through John
Down's childhood dream and hard
work, sprang the idea that a ranch in
the Panhandle of Florida could pro-
duce some of the best cattle in the
world.
The genetic quality of their herd
has improved the performance and
efficiency of their customers.
They sell from their elite donor
cows females to other purebred, oper-
ations, and the bull offspring to com-
mercial cattlemen all over the world.
People from all over the country are
now coming to Jackson County to
see and purchase their cattle.
John hired a professional crew to
manage the operation, including the
general manager'Lamont Ennis. He
has purchase land that might have
been sold for development and kept it
in production agriculture.
Recently by partnering with
researchers at the University of
Florida's North Florida Research and
Education Center, Southern Cattle
Company has started selecting cattle
that are more efficient.
Through the testing program they
can identify bulls that gain weight on
less feed, ultimately leading to the
production of more efficient cattle in
their customer's herds.


King is 2009 Conservationist of the Year


John King is a life-long
resident of Jackson County
who has proven his communit-
ment to conservation time
and time again, according to
the Jackson Soil and Water
District, which selected him
as Conservationist of the


Year. By establishing per-
manent vegetation on 50
percent of his land, King has
helped reduce soil loss by
hundreds of tons a year.
He is involved in the
Conservation Reserve
Program (CRP) and has


planted over 200 acres of
pine trees through this pro-
gram.
He has also established
native grass plantings
throughout the acreage for
wildlife habitat and is a
strong activist for control-


ling invasive species,
through the eradication of
Japanese Climbing Fern and
other listed invasive species.
His dedication to conserving
Natural Resources will be
felt for years to come, the
district says.


Year embraces

GIS technology
Bishop Farms
Owned by Craig Bishop
Craig Bishop has farmed since 1992 and currently
has 1,000 acres of peanuts, 3.000 acres of cotton and
about 200 acres of corn. In 2001, he adopted grid sam-
pling and has increase his use of Geographic
Information Systems or GIS to better track his crop
inputs and output. His adoption and innovation of new
technology has helped him manage fields that are
stretch over the eastern part of Jackson County. He also
used this technology to assist Barry Tillman and Clyde
Smith with a replicated peanut trial this year. This
information will help verify results from small-plot
yield trials. Craig's peanut yields have approached 2
tons with Georgia Green, Tifgard. and Fldrida 07.


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Farm Continued From Page 1A

Jowers Farm City Day have made significant
Scholarship to. Chipola .accomplishments through
College will be introduced those organizations.
and recognized Friday. New Extension Director
This scholarship was cre- Doug Mayo will make his
ated to help children of debut as Agriculture Awards
farm families, and students Emcee, as he introduces this
pursuing degrees in agri- year's ,recipient of the
culture related fields to Outstanding Farm Family
achieve their goals. Award. He will also present
It was also created to individual awards for
inspire a new generation of Cattleman, Conservationist,
leaders in the field of agri- Tree Farmer, Peanut
culture. Farmer, Cotton Farmer,
Special recognition will Quality Hay Producer, and
also be made to outstanding High Corn Yield Producer
FFA and 4H members who of the Year.


MI meeting Continued From Page 1A


"I think he gave everyone
an opportunity to speak. He
listened very well He was
engaged and had a lot of
eye contact," Bay County
Resident Renec Mang said.
The bill still faces a vote
in the Senate. Boyd says he
is encouraging his col-


leagues there to also vote
against the bill.
This was actually Rep.
Boyd's second attempt at a
town hall in Panama City.
He backed out of the first
one in August, citing that
people didn't like the for-
mat.


Debate Continued From Page 1A


For instance, they must
show the financial ability to
operate; provide names, cer-
tification information and
contact numbers for all
employees; and provide a
schedule of charges and any
proposed changes to the
fees. The ordinance also
states the decision on-
whether to issue a certificate
of need will also be based in
part on demographic infor-
mation in determining


whether the additional serv-
ice is necessary.
The ordinance also estab-
lishes an Emergency
Medical Services Council,
which will review propos-
als to ensure the applicants
meet those requirements.
The council is to be made
up of a county commission-
er, the county administrator,
the county medical director
and the county EMS chief,
or their designcees.


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4278 Lafayette St.
,Marianna, FL 32446
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Ruby
Chandler

Funeral services for Ms.
Ruby Chandler will be held
at 1 p.m. on Thursday, Nov.
12, 2009 at Maddox Chapel,
with the Rev. Ronnie
Wright officiating. Burial
will follow at Antioch As-
sembly of God Cemetery in
Grangerburg, Ala., with
James and Sikes Funeral
Home Maddox Chapel di-
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Lanier-Andler Funeral Home
8261 Highway 90
Sneads, FL 32460
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Joan May
Snead

Mrs. Joan May Snead, 92,
passed away Wednesday,
Nov. 11, 2009, at her home
after a sudden illness. She
was a native of Windsor,
Mass., and was born on
Nov. 28, 1916, to Edmund
Woodcock and Ethel Pat-
terson Woodcock in Wind-
sor.
With both parents de-
ceased, she moved to New
York City at an early age,
and worked as a caretaker
for the elderly and disa-
bled. She then moved to
Moultire, Ga., in 1938. She
later moved to Sneads,
where she remained the
rest of her life.


. She was retired from Flor-
ida State Hospital. She
joined the First Baptist
Church in Sneads in 1952
and was a faithful member
until, in her later years, she
attended El B'ethel Assem-
bly of God Church until she
was home-bound. She was
a faithful and loving care-
taker to her husband, Wal-
ter Snead, for more than 11
years prior to his death.
She was a loving mother
and grandmother to her
daughter and grandchil-
dren, faithful and giving to
all her friends, nieces and
nephews. She always had a
kind word for everyone she
knew or met.
Survivors include her
daughter, Margo DeVane
and husband James, of
Sneads; grandchildren
Monica Fitzsimmons and
husband Talmadge, and
Homer Hathcock and wife
Cyndy, all of Sneads; and
four great-grandchildren,
Nikki Howell Dickens, Clay
Howell, and Mason and
Jackson Hathcock. She also
loved her two great-great-
granddaughters, Kylee Ho-
well and Bella Dickens, and
a special grand-nephew,
William Nelson, as well as a
host of nieces and nephews
she loved dearly.
Visitation with the family
will take place Thursday,
Nov. 12, from 6 to '8 p.m.
CST at the Lanier-Andler
Funeral Home in Sneads.
Funeral services will be Fri-
day, Nov. 13, 2 p.m. CST at
the First Baptist Church in
Sneads, with Rev. Robert
Johns officiating. Graveside
committal services will be
at Dykes Cemetery in Jack-
son County.


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Above and


GHS looks to take

the next step - a

trip to Lakeland
BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR
The Graceville Lady Tigers
will look to build on a stellar
2008-09 season with an even bet-
ter 2009-10 campaign under
third-year coach Jon Habali.
Last season, Graceville was
dominant for much of the year en
route to a 25-3 record, a district
championship and two playoff
victories.
The Lady Tigers were derailed
in the regional finals by FAMU.
Habali said the mission for his
team was to clear that hurdle this
season.
. "We're setting our sights on
Lakeland," the coach said. "We
were one game away last season,
so (the players are) working hard
to try to get better every day.
"They know they've got a tar-
get on their backs after going 25-
3, so everyone will bring their 'A'
game against them. We've got a
tougher district, too, so it won't*
be easy."
Also difficult will be trying to
replace graduated starters Alyssa
and Ashley Hogans, and shooting
specialist Cayla Walker.
"We lost some quality minutes
and some quality scoring from
those girls,'' Habali said. "But I
think we've improved on our
depth and speed. We took sqven
kids to the playoffs -last year, arid
we're carrying 12 right now."
Graceville returns key rotation
players Mychea Williams,
Brittney Flournoy, Jessica
McClendon and Wynterra
Pittman from last year's team.


BN DUSTIN KENT
F ,.:.,,- r. S ji-.T.-. EDITOR ". .
The No. 3 Chipola Lady Indian,
opened their home season wiih a loss to
No. 14 Monroe last weekend. " -
Things don't get'any easier for the
Lady Indians this weekend, as they host
the Fourth Annual Alzheimer's Classic
Friday through Sunday.
Chipola gets a rematch with Monroe
Friday at 6 p.m. before taking on No. 2
Jefferson Saturday at.6 p.m. and No. 5
Trinity Valley on Sunday at 2 p.m.
"We decided last year that we weren't
going to schedule easy teams," Lady
Indians coach David Lane said. "We've
got to play the best. We haven't shied
away from that.
"I think it will be a good experience
for the kids to get some really good
competition to see where we're at."
Chipola won its opener Nov. 2 over
FCCJ in Jacksonville,: but the :Lady
Indians fell in their home debut to
Monroe 63-61.


Pittman, a sophomore, missed
the last half of last season with an
ACL injury, but Habali said he's
looking for big things from her
on the interior.
"I hope that she can be that


The Lady Inlfians fell behind by 15
--points in the second hal of that game.
and rallied funouIfy'in the game's final
minutes before coming up just short.
Lane said, that'gdtang a rematch v. th
the Lady Tribunes just a week later % iIll
provide a good measuring stick for hi-
team's improvement.
"It will be good to see what adjust-
ments we can make from the last game."
the coach said.
"The kids are ready to go. We're
behind where we have been in the past.
but we knew we'd be a slow-starting
team."
Lane said he was eager to see how hl-
players react to teams the caliber ot
those they will face this weekend.
"What's really good is that each tejia
will have a different strength over u-'"
the coach said. "Trinity Valley is really
big and talented. Jefferson has got a lit-
tle bit of everything. Monroe is a team
we match up well with, but they've got a
,See TESTS,. Page 2B >


beyond


recent practice in Marianna.
bigger campaign this season.


McClendon also brings tough-
ness to the interior, with Flournoy
providing ball-handling and
Williams the.bulk of Graceville's
See GHS, Page 2B >


post presence in place of Ashley
Hogans," the coach siid. "She's a
great player. She's easing back
into it after the injury, so she's
got to get back in shape. But
she's got a great basketball IQ."


Chipola's Jasmine Shaw (5) dribbles the ball while
holding off a Monroe defender during.a game Friday
night at the Milton H. Johnson Health Center. - Mark
Skinner/Floridan


Chipola gets set for four games in four days
BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORI.2AN SPORTS EDITOR "I want to see how they ....


After opening the regular sea-
son with a win last weekend, the
No. 13 Chipola Indians kick it
into high gear this weekend with
four games in four days.
Chipola, which defeated LB
Wallace 96-74 in Friday's opener,
heads to Jasper, Ala. today to
take on Bevill State.
On Friday and Saturday, the
Indians take on Atlanta-Metro
and Georgia Perimeter in
Decatur, Ga., before traveling to
Muscle Shoals, Ala. to take on
Northwest Shoals on Sunday.
Four games in four days - all
on the road - is a grind.
However, first-year Indians
coach Jake Headrick said it
would be a good early test for his
team's focus and resolve.
"To make it to the national
tournament, you've got to win
three games in three days at
state," the coach said. "I think it's
something early on to see how
much focus our guys .have for
four days. We can see how the
guys will stick together when
things get tough.
"Adversity kicks in when guys
get tired, so guys will have to be
super focused to play their best
ball for four straight days. We'll
find out if they're mentally ready


all stick together and
handle adversity on the
road. If we walk away
from this weekend with
four wins, I'll be really
proud of these guys."
-Jake Headrick,
Chipola coach
for that right now. We'll learn a
lot."
Chipola will have another four
games in four days stretch later
this year, taking on Georgia
Perimeter, Northwest'
Mississippi, USC-Salkehatchie,
and Albany Tech from Dec. 28-
31 in Panama City and
Pensacola.
"The biggest thing is that with
a state tournament game we play
at home, but (this weekend's
games) are on the road,"
Headrick said. "They're on the
opponents' home floor. I want to
see how they all stick together
and handle adversity on the road.
If we walk away from this week-
end with four wins, I'll be really
proud of these guys."


Chipola's Kevin Powell (10) backs down an Auburn University-
Montgomery defender during a scrimmage game Oct. 24 at the
Milton H. Johnson Health Center. The Indians start a four games in
four days stretch Thursday in Jasper, Ala. against Bevill State. -
Floridan File Photo
The Indians should be much Steadman Short, John Taylor,
better-equipped to handle the Delwan Graham and Rodderick
heavy workload after getting Lanon all missed the opener due
back several players who missed
the opener clue to injury. See CHIPOLA, Page 2B �
T I'


Hornets


swept by


Roulhac
BY SHELIA MADER
FLORIDAN CORRESPONDENT
The Chipley Rouhlac Tigers
boys basketball team paid a
visit to Cottondale yesterday,
handing both teams a loss.
In the "B" game, the Tigers
outscored the Hornets 44-25,
while the "A" team narrowly
defeated the Hornets 40-39.
In "B" team action, the two
teams were knotted at 8-8 at
the end of the first quarter. But
the Tigers poured it on in the
second period of play to take a
commanding 22-8 lead into
the locker room at the half.
In the third quarter of play,
Cottondale managed eight
points, while the Tigers posted
nine to extend their lead to 31-
16. Jalen Johnson recorded 15
points.on the night to lead the
Hornets .while Kadeem Webb
had six points.
In "A" team action, Chipley
Rouhlac jumped out to an
early 9-4 lead after one period
of play before taking a 24-14
lead into the half.
The teams both posted eight
points in the third quarter to
put the game at 32-22 with one
period left to play.
Cottondale had an 8-0 run to
get within striking distance
and pulled within one at 40-
39. A shot at'the buzzer was
missed to end the game and
hand the Hornets the loss.
Norris Calhoun led the
Hornets in scoring with 14
points, followed by Prentice
Webb with 11 points.
Cottondale's game against
Vernon Tuesday night was
canceled due to weather. The
Hornets will host MMS
Thursday at 5 p.m. and 6 p.m.


Benders make

it eight titles
BY SHELIA MADER
FLORIDAN CORRESPONDENT
The Benders concluded
their fall season with a win in
Tallahassee Sunday, making it
eight tournament champi-
onships for their team.
In game one Saturday, the
Benders defeated the Southern
;,Sluggers 11-3 behind the
pitchirin of Maxx Harrell and
Peter Setterich.
Harrell got the nod on the
- mound and went three
innings, giving up three runs
on four hits and one error.
Setterich closed out the
game, giving up no runs on
two hits. Offensively, the
Benders were led .by Harrell
with two hits, followed by
Alex Gann, Jacob Newell,
. Setterich, Gage Parker,
Collins Chambers, Landon
Thaipe and Ryan Reed who
all had hits in the game.
' In game two Saturday, the
,Benders took care of the
Tallahassee Lightning in four
innings with a 12-1 score.
Bryson Horne started on the
mound, went three innings,
giving up one run on one walk
and one hit batsman.
Collin Chambers came on in
Sthe fourth inning and retired
the side in order.
The Benders were led in
offense by Harrell who was 3-
for-3 with five RBI, followed
by Setterich who was 2-for-2
with two RBI.
On the board with two RBI,
a sacrifice and a hit was
Landon Tharpe, followed by
Gann, Parker, Chambers and
Hlorne all with one hit.
Reed recorded an RBI on a
sacrifice. The Benders entered
Sunday's championship round
as the top seed and wasted no
time proving they earned that
ranking.
The, Benders took on the
Lightning for a second time
and handed them an 8-0
shutout. Jacob Newell got the
start on the mound, throwing
three shut out innings, giving
up three hits while Gage
Parker came on to close out
the game in the fourth.
Parker retired the side to


end the game. Jacob Newell
and Maxx Harrell led the
Benders offensively, both
going 2-for-2, followed by
Parker who was 1-for-1 with a
walk and two RBI.


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a lot more sophomores than
we do with more experi-
ence.
"We're going to face
teams that are more athletic
or taller or more experi-
enced than us down the
road. We've got to make
sure that's not an excuse,
but something we're pre-
pared to handle. We need to
get an idea of what adjust-
ments we need to make
during the year to over-
come those things."
If the Lady Indians want
to win the rematch with
Monroe, they could start
with making their free
throws. Chipola shot just
11 -of-24 from the foul line
in the loss, a stat Lane said
cannot continue.
"That is kind of unchar-
acteristic of us," the coach
said of his team's struggles
at the charity stripe. "We're
normally a pretty good free
throw shooting team, so
that was a bit disappoint-
ing. We just have to be able
to make them. We got to
the free throw line, which
was what we wanted to do.
But we just have to exe-
cute."
Jefferson boasts a talent-
ed and balanced roster,
with sophomore point
guard Porsha Porter, a
returning Honorable
Mention All-American,
and post player ShaQuanda
Wiggins, who is already,
committed to Cincinnati.
"(Wiggins) is just a big-
time athlete, a big presence
in the post," Lane said.
"They've got another kid in
Alisha Goodwin, who is
very talented, and they
have some shooters around
them. They've got a pretty
good mix and some good
depth."
The Lady Indians played


Jefferson twice last season,
the first a five-point home
loss, and the second a 78-
59 defeat in the NJCAA
Final Four.
However, Lane said it
was a bit more difficult to
push revenge as motivation
with a completely new
team with no returning
players.
"This group hasn't been
beaten by Jefferson," the
coach said. "From a coach-
ing standpoint, you want tp
win. But we have to keep
that perspective a little bit.
We're probably not in the
same place as Jefferson, or
some of the other teams
who have all these kids
back. We're just trying to
learn what it takes to win a
game."
Lane said the biggest les-
son he's trying to impart to
his team is the importance
of keeping focus from start
to finish.
It's a lesson illustrated by
the Lady Indians' domi-
nance of the final eight
minutes against Monroe,
after digging a hole to start
the game.
"When you lose a game
by a few points, you can go
back to a possession in the
first 30 seconds or the last
30 seconds that .made the
difference. It all matters.
"It's not. just the team
that plays for 35 minutes,
or the best in the last eight
minutes. It's the team that
plays the best for 40 min-
utes that wins the game.
That's something we've
struggled with in practice,
and that carries over 'into
the game."
The Lady Indians will
get another stiff test .in
Trinity Valley, which
boasts a starting frontcourt
of players standing 6-foot-


1, 6-foot-2 and 6-foot-4,
with 6-foot-2 and 6-foot-3
players coming off the
bench, and a 5-foot-ll
shooting guard.
"They had 18 offensive
rebounds in their last game,
so that's a big key for
them,"Lane said. "They've
got some good athletes,
some guards who can post
up, and some bigs who can
shoot the three. We've got
to be prepared for a lot of
things with, them."
All three opponents pro-
vide the Lady Indians with
the kind of challenge they
would otherwise only face
in the Panhandle
Conference.
"These are all teams who
could compete well in the
Panhandle Conference, so
the kids will get an idea of
what that's about," Lane
said. "If we just schedule a
real soft non-conference
schedule with a new team,
maybe we're 16-2 or 17-1
going into conference play.
"But that wouldn't have
given us a very good idea
of what the Panhandle
Conference season will be
like. This way, we can
gauge where we're at and
have a pretty good measur-
ing point for where, we
need to be."


Graceville's perimeter scor-
ing.
The Lady Tigers will get
more help from junior
transfer Kendal Asbury,
who Habali said could
make a major impact on the
perimeter.
"She can play," the coach
said. "She's ambidextrous,
she can pass ... she'll more
than likely be a starter.
Either way, she'll play
quality minutes for us."
While the Lady Tigers
are not short on talent,
they're not as big on experi-
ence as last year's group.
Graceville has no sen-
iors, and Habali said he's
still looking for players to
fill the leadership void left
behind by the Hogans sis-
ters and Walker.
"That's the biggest chal-
lenge, to see who will step
up and be a leader," the
coach said. "With no sen-
iors, that puts a lot of pres-
sure on these juniors to step
up. They've got some big
shoes to fill.
"They're just now realiz-
ing that they have to
become vocal in order for
the girls to come together.
The younger girls are look-
ing up to them now."
Habali said he likes this
team's quickness and depth
'better than last year's
group. But the current edi-
tion of the Lady Tigers
have yet to find players to
stretch the defense like
Walker and the Hogans sis-
ters did.
"Last year, we relied on
Cayla, Ashley and Alyssa
to carry the offense, but
we'll have to spread it out
more this season," the
coach said. "It will be hard
to replace their outside
shooting, but we've got
speed with our guards and
size down low.
"The outside shooting
needs to improve, so we'll
probably be more of a run-
and-gun team this year."
To play the tempo they
want, the Lady Tigers will
need to create more havoc
with their defense, some-
thing Habali said this team
should be able to do.
"Our pressure defense
will be something we didn't
have last year," the coach
said. "We just didn't have
as many players or as much
quickness as we have now."
The Lady Tigers' district
goes from four teams to
eight, with Cottondale,
Bozeman, Blountstown,
Vernon, Sneads, Holmes
County and South Walton
comprising the new league.
"We've got some tougher
competition this year,"
Habali said, "so we're
going to have to be better


than we were last year."
Graceville begins its reg-
ular season Nov. 16 at
home against Chipley at 6
p.m.


Chipola
Continued From Page 1B


to injury. Only Taylor will
be out this weekend.
"I feel like with us being
so banged up last week,
we weren't able to really
practice like we wanted to,
and that carried over into
the second half of that
game," Headrick said.
"The last two days,
we've had our best prac-
tices of the year. Even
though they might not be
100 percent and still have
to get back in rhythm,
they're back out there.
"When you have your
guys there, everything
picks up. You've got guys
competing against each
other for spots. I think
we'll be able to hold guys
more accountable for howv
they practice and play
now. Monday was the best
practice of the year
because guys were com-
peting."
Tonight's game will be a
special one for the Indians
coach, who played his first
two years of college bas-
ketball at Bevill State.
"It means a lot' to me
because it's where it all
started for me," Headrick
said. "It has a little 'extra
meaning for me. I'm going
back home in front of a
packed house. I'll have a


lot of family and former
teammates there, so I'm
excited about it."
It's the first road game
for a brand-new Chipola
team, and Headrick said
the Indians would be in for
a very loud and vocal
reception.
"It's going to be a hos-
tile environment," the
coach said. "Their people
want to win like our peo-
ple want to win.
"Our young guys will
really get to feel how it is
when Chipola goes on the
road. It's us versus every-
body else, and everyone in
the gym will be rooting
against them. We'll have
to stick together when
things get tough."
Headrick said he wasn't
familiar with Atlanta-
Metro, but almost all
Chipola fans are familiar
with Georgia Perimeter.
"That's another rivalry
game," the coach said.
"That has always been a
big game. They've had the
same kind of success in
Georgia that Chipola has'
had in Florida. They've
dominated - the state of
Georgia for the last 10
years. They'll play really
hard, be a really disci-
plined team and compete


really hard. It will be a war
for 40 minutes."
NW Shoals is 1-1 on the
season, but the challenge
of winning the fourth
game in a row should
prove significant for CC.
"It will be a big test
because we'll get to see
how these guys can com-
plete a road trip,"
Headrick said. "It's almost
like an NBA team making
a West Coast or East Coast
road.trip."
With nearly a full com-'
plement of players for the
first time this season, the
challenge for Headrick
will be distributing the
minutes and keeping his
players satisfied with the
idea of sharing.
"'Obviously when you
have 10, 11 guys instead
of eight, there will be less
minutes for some guys,"
the coach said. "But in the
past, Chipola basketball
hasn't been about one guy
averaging 25 points per
night. It has been a team
effort.
"This team does a good
job of playing together, so
that's what I want to see. I
want us to continue to play
together and handle adver-
sity when things, get tough
on the road."


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25 stroke, mtr guide OBO. 334-714-1543 tro t. & live Convection/ Micro,
Fruit& Vegetables $750/mo + dep.stroke, guidewells, good cond. King Bed, Fireplace,
Firewood/Fuel202BR/FBA,eNewlya rwinchPminsdr 56,H Fishmaster Bass boat $7,200. 334-886-9065 2 A/C, Washer/ Dry-
Now open: Jackson 3 nice. modeled in Grand & wheels $5,200. 334- bilge pump, live well, 17ft.120 H/P Spra T er, Cr e
Now tan Farms U Pick Toma Located on Noland reale te Ridge. Water& sew- 774-7569 334-798-0010 Mer d b ompdskwake Mor e wnRe
ordes fr s1 toes,& Peppers Street in Marianna. age incl. $35K. 850- inboard/outboar board, great shape. Entertain- meant, Ta-
oakfirewood bring your own buck- Kitchen appliances Bike is c573-0598 H onda TRX 300 EX S/e cu 12 vop trolin-k motor 520 hrs $8200 OBO. ble 4/Chairs, 2
o ak firewood, e, 7days/wk 850 included. $700/mo., o te cus- 12 vo ii qt$7200 OO 62 A/C9R, Wa her
$65 truckload. 925579 first and last. ecuri-3/1 House for sale on tom with tons of ac- humminird Leather Recliners,
Will deliver or 1 acre lot, 2855 cessories incl. Red depth/fish inder, 2 Watkins '79 27 ft.
ou pickup yand references re- Owens St. Marianna L.E.D.'s $2,300. O.B.O. airated live wells, 8HP Yanmor, at Pt St.
334-685-1627 employment quired. No smoking.$90k 850-415-6995 334-805-0816. aluminum drive on Joe Marina, 27 north
No pets. Avail. Octo- big wheel trailer, full dock. $9,500 334-897- 3347142406.
IYard e r 1st . Call (850) Brick Home, lac+ a65' 6' Custom Built canvas cover. $5,000. 2167 or 334-733-0020 31 ft. Fleetwood 1997,
r & at 594-7525 between , West side Dothan, Skipperliner House- OBO 334-475-3806 fully self contained,
6pm-9pm. Owner is Reta Space 2793sf, 3 Ig. BR/3BA, boat. Estate Sale. Ap- CmpersTrave new bed, slide out &
To Visit Visited Licensed Real Estate f mud room w/shower, 02Chaparral Ski pt e Trailes canopy, great condi
SBroker. FOR RENT 5100 sq ft large shop,fireplace, Boat, 99 his, 4.3L V6, praised . $4,500, " Trailer -9







kids toys, wall pock-aes Marianna, FL nerw con. to m.. 12 Century 21 |
uttin Tyh ler & Assoc bl dg Retail, $1700/ for detail s. $159K a r Brand w 08 condition. 1
Mu-Family Sale: eQuality homes for mo. 4178 Lafayette f r334-794-6002 17e008 Docked in Panama4Mounaineer 5th
Multi Family Sale Q5 St. 850526-3330 334-79-,City 850 596 0167wheel. 34f. I owner a
ent?850--5261999 17 foot Alumi $21.900 OBO '00 291RLTS, 5th wheel
Gloester Ave Sneads "Property Mgmt is craft, 50 HP Mercury, '97 Bayliner Cabin LN Ford 3/4 ton pu rear living, dual







pets- animals . 850-526-3532 Marin ,.. row u*"1' Nr H� L T7la ll
Trailer, trolling m- Cruiser 23 ft own- truck $30,000 850- recliners, free stand-

os, h'hold, res B er, excel condo. p Tracker PRO 16 482-5187/850-272- ing table w/4 chairs,
ing, aring hodome. An arkt ual 209-7502-" 154 VCR tapeslW u H 6 queen bed, slides,
To Vnset Visited Full Time hoaireGrcevile . Call today to place well. $4500 334-312- $40K will sell for w/Mercury 25HP 0760
Dental Assistant Boriav. Chpe inre 0114 $14,500K 850-209- ELPT 4 Stroke Motor. no smoking or pets,






giving an mal away u $390,u/mo t592-2507 used times. All std 06 Skyine, 30'Travel Like new only $28K
Needed. Must m R ayboy '94 18 foot- equip incld. 1,000 in Trailer, excellent 334-791-4192
have experience. hanged 95/364948sified. Sat. 11/142-4pm Pontoon boat, runs WilliaCompusCraft '08 extras alsoincd.Pd condition,sleeps 8.
Multi-Family Sale: Exellent benefits, 1230 -2nthafter3. 5137 MenawaTsesrail great. REDUCED 1111 6horsefourstroke $10750 askng$9500, $9,00.OBO.334-677-
Fri 9-? & Sat. 8-? Monday-Thursday. COMPASS LKE (850) 526-3614 Indian Springs $2750 334 596-5032 loaded. 334-618-3058 OBO. 9076877661 3953/701-7648
2955 Sylvia Dr. BEYOUROWNBOSS, Send resume to: ASOC Agent, Nan
H'hold, clothes, furn; 4318 Kelson Ave. 31BR 2BA.,th (800) 779-2557 Harkleroad
kids toys, wall pock- Marianna, FL c arp . ). $800 m CenturyAM. Aerator, used only r.e nice s u 26-6168
ets & Omuch mor 32446 or fax to p d once - 68 tro& accessories Sofa dark blue se
850-526-3532 850To Buy258e epena a Nw me594-1024 Executie desk chair $95 50-52- 5 tia reciers ty Trailer
pets animals Marianna liability insurance & o $20 85056930 Claff30

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CeLgralicsp-r arn delN3 2947 i e $25 850-526- unpasterizedN $10(850)592-2507 Speaker Box NEW WATER GARDENING-
Your pet deserves a l- $600-$800/mo 850- NEEDSATONCE:
ing, caring home. An ad 209-752 Cme by 154 VCR tapes, all CHARLIE BROWN - Gun Case holds 6 - RAILROAD CROSS Thomas the Train.
for a free pet may d Apartments50 anewspapercarrierfo populaudiovoxtles, $85 for COLLECTIBLES& guns, bottom stor- TIES- HAVE 25 Rd). $50.IL- Battery-oper., trains,

















Freed tt 1 l' 12 1 v omesa a l 1. 6 $b79- 4365085d0B2OK6168 $10a -85.$0)02 SROAD)4 CR 5w/Ieaf S. oden dresser w/
response from individuals2/1 in town, fencished Clean 2/2 fMobile Homes the following area: a ll. 850-579-4650 BOOKS ed, me10(850)592- age, g great cond. $100 ROAD CROSS TIES. track, & access. $150
whollsellyo male $700 dep. 850-693- pets. $400+$400dep w/4 shelves, Red, 850-482-4649 $35850-526-7277 IN EXCELLENT CON- OBO. 850-557-1394
research or breeding pur- i e CL TBH P 2 corner/end DITION. WILL HAVE
poses. Please screen re- 1/1 in town, quiet, tRtables,(This End Up COLLECTIBLE HANGING PLANTS- Truck Hood, Fits
pond505572486570850718 carefully wen $475/mo, $525 dep st month free CAMPBELLTON AREAll $45850-526-3426 Furn. Co) all woo BOOKS- CHILRENS Many to choose k- Total Body Motion XMAS TREE- Blue
home. 8 50-526-2735 Cottondale Village Apartments $50 850-526-3365 FAIRY TALES ETC $10 from. $10.426 482-8347 (850)592-25 $150 (80)638-5307 98-04blazer.NoRust,10


















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$390/mo (850)592-2507 2507 Remington 87012ga obo. (850)482-2636
2/1.5 Apts for rent. 3/2 $490/mo Earn up to 3 JBL 12's in box,


















handicap apartment. Rental assistance.
Free: 3yr oDW, W/D hkup,$605 CH/A 850-249-4888 1600 wattbase amp Computer Monitors, omedis Massaging 3" super magV/R,
_ Cats IndC in. cbl, garb, & pest 2/1, 3 miles from 6 & 400 watt amp, $500 12 Used/ Working, Cushion w/control, choke es as new
control. 850-526-7369 Mar. e clean, OBO 850-209-7051 $10each, $100 for all272-5558d condo. $30 85- SHEARLING275850-557-1141 ut70R16rimthA bargain at


















White Toy Poode, Equal Housing Opportunity
fixed P.. month expenses fa $85850-482-8347 Dresser, 6 drawer Jenny Lind Crib
. ',.1.,98 I,'r ,0nfo. 2 I LT.0-td ttwr, CR 5x8 Trailer & with mirror, cream wmaress$48 2507 low miles, 235 70R16,
SnE �c adv jt'-s backslderw/sides & color $25. 850-326- 526-3426 bargain priced $50
back slide door, load- 6168 K cSofa (7') & matching (850)482-2636
Frm L rod TImber 550. ,,Fl BE YOUR OWN BOSS ing ramp & tool box.o
'3I.130BEORmB,- $5 850-526-7277 Executive Desk, 850-482-8347reat condition! Utility Trailer,
Je31E12ror. rear'x5fulsize KitchenAid Food Pro- $100. (850)326-6168 4'6"x1O' good cond.
GO E OMEI uacre, lran, 12 midnight to 6 AM. Aerator, used only w/chair. Very nice. cessorw
$650/mo $700 dep Must have dependable 594-1024 i Utility Trailer,
American Wanted To Buy: 850-693-0570Eeuieds hi 9 5 2 35 tionalw/reclinerson Ut
Shorthair, mixed Pine & Hardwood - 3.9each end. Good condo 4'6"x10', good cond.
breed: Tare, ly- Pulpwood or Logs 2 & 3 BR MH's in Ma- transportation, minimum AM/FM cassette $40 850-482-8347 Medical Books, used, $50 850-594-36 $400. 850-593-6856
ing, Kittens/young Southern Timber rianna & Sneads liability insurance & 2194 Charex elen c nd58 0- 72Executive5office558tcha
old, yellows, grays, Ozark 2BR/1BA MH, valid driver's license. Aquarium, complete $75 850-482-4944 MOSAIC TILE BOOKS- 8', good condo. 850- white, Kenmore,
black & whites, 334-774-5431 AMM A& accesso-$200BK -8,goodond.85-
Calicos - males & Eufaula $295/mo 850-352- rides $2 s 850-526- Fresh cows milk, ots to choose from 209-7151
females. 850-718- 334/687C2e339 2947 3426 unpasterized, $10 (850)592-2507 Speaker Box- NEW WATER GARDENING-
17430 /2 & 2/2 in C'daletan-labeled for animal MOSAIC TILE CRAFT- holds 2 12" speakers BOOKS NICE XMAS
$325e$500, no pets Audiovox Cruise consumption only LOTS OF TILE & SUP- (not included). $50. GIFT $10 (850)592-
Free: 2 kittens & 1 I Houses Unfurnished 850-258-1594/638- application at the Control- still in box, (per florida law) PLIES $10 (850)592- (850)482-2636 2507
cat 850-482-4252 171 v messageJackson County Floridan, 850-569-2194 Square 5' x 5' w/leaf
2/1 in town, fenced Clean 2/2 for family JdFull sz loft bed, met- Pack n Play Portable solid wood counter mirror & matching
Free kittens, 6wks backyard, $650/mo, of 3, no smokers, no 4403 Constitution Lane, Bamboo Shelf Unit, al, from IKEA, $100 Playpen, great cond. height dining table, night stand $75
old, 3 females, 1 male $700 dep. 850-693- pets. $400+ $400 dep w/4 shelves, Red, 850-482-4649 $35 850-526-3426 $150 850-557-1394 (850) 569-9232
850-557-2486 0570 850-718-8158 Marianna, FL or call $45 850-526-3426 Gas stove, almost Raggedy Andy Cook- Total Body Motion XMAS TREE- Blue
home. 850-526-2735 Cottondale Villge Apartments (850) 526-3614 ext. 4117 Blue Denim Chair $75 new, $75850-592- le Jar, Very Old, $20 Exerciser $25 850- Spruce NICE $75
4052 Old Cottondale Rd. Marianna, FLI 850-482-4649, 2403 850-526-3426 482-8347 (850)592-2507
Dogs 32448 850-526-4062, TDD/TTY 711 -"-
handicap apartment. Rental assistance.
Free: 3yr old Reg. We pay water, sewer, & trash service.
White Toy Poodle, Equal Housing Opportunity
fixed 850-592-7281 1 1 1


Free: Lg male dog, The New Marianna Gardens Apartments I
white/brown. 850- Immediate occupancy on 3 BR I
557-2486 apartments with subsidy available.
Free to good home 2 3070 Carters Mill Road ___ *
dogs: 1 M 2yrs old, 1 850-482-5358, TDD/TTY 711
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Campers/Travel Motor Homes/RVs Automobiles | Automobiles Automobiles [ Automobiles Motorcycles J Motorcycles I Vans Trucks-Heavy Duty
Trailers ' for Sale for Sale for Sale for Sale ' 6
Phaeton, 07' 40ft. 4 92 Goldwing, 60kA -
slide-outs, 15K mi. Dodge 8. 1i Royll -miles. red. evc. paint
.s.i. s Le350 CAT diesel, SE . Aurc raic Slant o & running .cnr
gen. 4 dr. frig w/ .-$25008C 8,0-44� leave ,T.e~age who .25E Cummings
icemaker, W/D in .H " a enr .-,T- e r-, aill
rear & side cameras, . INFINITI0-m 11300 e1300 Tour, fuel inject- Conversion 42K mi condition.$10,560
S3 slies 2 A/C eathereurrecliner i . Gie Y 'm0s7..tarFonrsion, 42K mt,
Carriage ai.,'s BMW'00 1231 102K 'FINITI'01 0 h Pontiac 01rnn Am 34596.1694 ed, cover & helmet, new tiresdvd seats 3348035072 or 334
32ft. 3-slides, 2- HLeather euro recliner,S 8.;5 e M579 Wt ManCa 114K$.'79 West cue newd tgoodcod$,0 ses 34899-6594
5.5 K Generator desk, King bed, Car Sales LLC Sal e LLC 1919 Ma.n Car Sales LLC HARLEY Dav.dson '1 uie cono, lod- 7, good co 1112,000 899-6
loaded, no smoke, no Brake-Buddy for tow 1919 Wet Man St. West Marn stree 1919 Went Ma.rn S. Road King Poi,:e. ed, 5K.,Like new! obo.334-308-1112
pets, Exc. Cond. car. Garage stored. (334 699-580 334, 6995880 334699c,5880 16.500 mies. While. $6,990.334-714-4001 Ford '89 Cargo Van,
$38,500. 334-714-4001 Many other options. Ford m clean;. snop kepi 3 . $995334-791-7836
$160,000. Ford 03 Eplrr 4 Pontiac '6 VI e 11.000.334.743663 Spo9utility
Dutch '03 5th Wheel, 334-797-3617. - dour 109K mi , od Great Ga SaverVehicle
2 slides, kept under icond ;n. n & ou .. 100. Nice Car $300 down HARLEY Davidrison 03
shelter, excellent Tioga Arrow 27ft B0 334.494-3555 $199 per month RoadKing, 95 stage Chevy Tahoe '04 Z71,
cond. $17000. Mtorhome '86, .334.494-2764 Call Steve Iatlcner 2. iecurint, gps. ol 58K, white, tan interi-
334-7015506. white,Auto.8 cyl. - 1334' 7918243 cooler, many e.tra's. or. Sparkling clean OUTH ' Nissan 07' Frontier SE
pow.brakes & steer- P 10.500334 83 008 $16,900.334-791-2812 PLYM 96Grand 4x4CC all power,
ABMW 00 325i Cnv. Jagpar0Pont3ac '98 Grand A r$10.500.334.8035008 Voyager, 4 new tines, keyless, cruise, tilt,
Good condition runs well, low 89K $10.900 West rt . DaghAu RoadKng C c. black, LS 31K mi. A/C power steering OBO MUST SELL!!
Sleeps 6, Asking milesFair cond.Has Mar, Car Sales LLC Man Car a. L , rn 1-800471 Eel.. 6700 mil-. & Rear air Exc. Cod. pump, very clean, 3347966745
payoff. 334-794-8897 leak damage. $6000. 1919 West Main . 1919W n St. U609am E tre., 6 7a300 . $15,000. 334-791-9115 low mi o league, $3,750 406
or 334-790-7918 850 526 2840. 334- -580 34-699.588 5 95 3,
or 334-790-7918- 8505262840. 334-699-58 Rane '9 Rover SE 334-369-8139 Ford 00 Explorer OBO 334-687-9845 or
transportton .ec. 82K. garage $5 500. Call 334) black,excellen
Sporty" ,"k. Micrc- Reduced. LEXUS 101k mi., $4,500 firm.
Soft Sync with Voice '92 Run. gri-t!334618-4468
Command. Sirus Sat. Lookls good! $4.000. Ford '98 Explorer.
Dutc hmen 40 ft. elle. 6 CD Stereo. LEXUS'00 ES300 98K J ck 239.464-0985 Harley Davidson '07 $575 down. 0 ..nter-
Travel Trailer'06 , 21,000 miles, $13,000 $6,900 West Main Car Toyota'04 Sequoha, Road King Custom, est. Davlight Auto Fi-
38B-DSL, Sleeps 8, CarSeeke (334)792-0946 Sales LLC 1919 loaded. Great Condi- Pearl Yellow, 6-spd. nani 18009p Nissan 09 Ttan SEBlack
2 Slideouts, Loaded, http://home.rr.com/ West Main Street tion.7$18,0000OBO. 3000 mi. LoadeLikemAuto tabola
Like new. $20,50g. __ Buick '05 Le Sabre nukfish (334) 699-S880 334-796-7092 3g00 mi. oaded.LieAuto trans only 5K
Like 4new.$20,500 Aviation Buick 0 L Sabre 99 0newl Always covered GMC '00 Jimmy. 95 Ford F-800 dump mi. Factory Warr.
334-406-4555 wtLimited 60K $9,995 LEXUS '99 LX 470, Toyota ,07 Corolla LE d k t great cond., $4200 truck, low miles, au- power windows,
West Main Car Sales White, 154K miles, Loaded, Great Gas an garage kept. 850-526-2491 to, diesel, , lock, Tilt Cruise, bed
LC tMainChExcellent Condi4tion Mileage $50 down Includes sundowner 00 850-526-2491 todiesel, $11,500.0 lk
1946 Sport Pilot LLC 1919 West Main Excellent Condition Mileage $500 down includes sundowner ask for Tom 334-894-2315 or 464- liner, running bds
Er,:-cupe Surf: St. (3 34 i699 5880 _ $13,500 334-687-6831 $250 per month seat w/ backrest, GMC '91 Tom 4 3189 $25,995 OBO 714-1142
hrtp:/ wwsw.dfn.com Cadillac 94 Call Steve Hatcher windshield, rush 6.2 Diesel 4 in i ,ft.STER G O - ~5 -
/eaachapter Il93/E41 ' Fetwood.Top (334) 791-8243 mufflers. $15,995. aluminum whee ls ' STERLING '05Tri-Axle
re.q.htm.1 or email CF3ee393. T6 4or-2� -. al ial DumpTruck n47,500
40uw2lie-DLE, cert. preowned, Swampers PS, PB, 619-1041, 334687
p cornm f or m ore . on ,4Hiad'09 a iT M8 D 8 il
Fran '05informaion. drk gray, 24,500 mi., AC, Auto, AM/FM CD 5835
40' w/2 slide-outs, Green, 1000 mi, w/ext. warranty. $4800 obo. 850-762- Toyota 03'Tacoma
awnings, 2BR, garden Flight Club Share '83 Loaded, warranty, $17,700. 334-718-9630 9333 Chevy 04 Silverado prerunner dbl cab, V-
tub with shower, Cessna 172 & 182 Still new. $26,500.,Tohy,04Shr pe' uto dllop b
W&D, CHA. Lots of hr ard in Mar. e. 334-790-9431 Lincoln '03 Towncar. Toyot '89 MR2,3500,1 Ton, Sharpe, auto, all opti ons
extra's. $20K. 334- cor. d. $2000 850-569 Well Maintained. All' needs drivers door & Duramax, 6.6L, Dually 79K m. exc. cond
left frnnt fender. eng.m
347-4626/333-0309. 2969 Chevrolet 02 Camro. Service Records. rn.Tow Pkg, power trail must see! $14.700.
Chero5. 334 7093 5. runs good. $500 OBO. HARLEY DAVIDSON 334..4-3525
Sblue, cold AC,CDMAKEMEAN OFFER Custom. 18 les. cab, evt. bd. Loaded TOYOTA '5 TUNDRA.



S$ 123.000. V .8.97K irt irsta
Corvette 02' Conver- . aer, smoke ( warr tyT Like rew. Jeep 01 Grand 2007 Copper Cannon rls, eI eo 0irmd..
12-CD changer w/ $5000, good cond. Ford '65 TBrd. auto. 93K $6.995 West ey stone 5th wheel 33 1.695. '2 2
KEYSTONE COUGAR Bose sound sytsem. 334-797-2706 3904b 18i . si de steer M'K Cr I9Ls WL s 2t ii .'rlesh ;vr.
58K mi. Black/ bng. dK mi stes-r.S' 8.995 919W.M.tt. -699.880 Cdall forJetai.
'01, 1/2 TonTowable black leather. CHEVROLET '031i. 1 o .0034 18-4W30 699- 80.0r 00etai fo.
Fifth Wheel, lots of $24.000.334-299-3739 Monte Carlo S5. obo. 3346115051 or 34e0 nteaoe o ragen0. L O OK.
72KPmiles.Loaded. rie mier.eh . 2a .. 9
dReese hitch includedK . Ford '93 Taurus. run avg MPG, , e Loaded. Great
Reese $10,9Sun- roof. Leather nr P good needs AC. 102K miles. own.r Conditionr, 93-0095
L. .lHarley Dadon08
Like new. $10,900 terror Very dean. 2200 . .33.45123 $2. 334-94.05543 Volkswagen '06 Be Annivesy Dadson y08
850 3 -ne , ner 8.800.$ . Ford '93 Tauru. runs 2 iHi. 334.714 05,90iC) i e. auto.Bdiesel. 42K ,- otper-b k 6-,..
REDUCED !! . good. needs AC. Mazda 07' 5 Grand miles. 40MPG. Ioact- 1300 m. Laded Jeep '0 Wrangler -S
5thCOMPLETE, SET-UPo Corvette 96'Coll . $220). 3344751723 tourig. et cord re ed. $16.00. 334-897- Like new. $16.600. hara. 6 cyl., automat-
5th wheel,' ayco, or addion factor - Ford 95 us ng,. gaining arr. 48.00 2 or 3346721655 334 26-6799. ic. hard top. AC
Ea, 291 RLT e &0hard &soft 2tops a u Slnang.- Chvy248.000
Dodge 2500, 6.7 L Die- to loaded e 102K mi.l e r dr, e tale 1$2500 850- n. lack $14,500. VOLVO '06 XC90, Harley Davidson '08 cruise, 5K ml '05 Si3 verao . - Toyota '09 Tundra,
sel w/sliding hitch. beautiful car, exc. - 1 - e l G 726-0256 334-445-3652 or256- Ocean RaceEdition. ElectraGlide Classic, $11,995 OBO.' 334 OneOwner. mlmac $16,500, C lear title,
51K. 334-791-4192 cond, $11,900334 - 4525026 #556 outof 800 man- 4000 miles, year 671-5051 or 797-5051 ulate.334-793-0095 Excellent
S1 M 8 R bufacturkeds 20K miles. warrenty left.S - kCondition!
22k . 334- 7 kw Lond, $11,9 00. 334- 7- '% Mazda '89 RX7; non Retails fo r $53,225.l $17,000.3m4-618-44 0
REDUCED Montana - Crhevrolett 08 Malb.u . turo. gold, GXE, tils for $53,225. $17,000. 334-618-4430 @live.
slides king bed, 4 LT Maror whi gray $2.000. 334-648-4985 334-671-4124. Harley Davidson '08 323-892-0861
exc. cond., $29,995. interior. 4 cylinder. Mercedes '04 Benz VW '00 New Beetle- Low Rider, less than
850-547-2808 M radi. CD. ntr. Ford 96Muta A 320. sports pack- Turbo, ATsun-roof, 3K mi. black, warran- Toyota 98' Tacoma
snof M u2t an g TbA u-frcftl/.a uo n
Sabre by Palamino sunro. 12.000 miles to V-6 runsgoo age, charcoa/back leather, 5 CD/Cas- t ny extras. $13,500 Ext. cab. Auto trans.
'08, 28t 5th wheel 16.900. 334797 0987 powerwindows interior. 59K miles setteunsgreatex- 850-26-2790 Jeep '02WranglerX, CHEVY '05 Suburban 4x4V- $6goodnd4-
camper, 3 slides, FORD 05 500 SLE seat, & door locks. $17,000. 334-8067190 cellent gas mileage. SUV 5-spd. 6-cyl. 4 117k mi. runs well, l 39Kmi. $6,500.334-
camanpetra,3sdct, FeRD '5 5 L E CD, ext. set of rims. $5,500. 334-790-2144 Harley Davidson '96 WD. 44K Great cond. sunroof, leather DVD 693- 5005 334-726-
sacr fice @ $29k 850- miles, 6-D sound $3,500. OBO 334-632- VW '04 Bele atboy, red & white $11,500, entertainment sys 4342
593-5675 system $11,500 OBO 0127 / 334-797-9115 Convertabie Super 13K miles. great 719-930-4976. Great cond. $12,500,
saramyshelleturner@ Sharp! $250 down shape. $8.500. cell 910-584-8773 LgalAds
Lit334 H695 3550 yahoo. coM $209 per month Call 334-899-1212 ome 334-347-1233.
M Homes/RVs Mitsubishi '06 Rai derR Ell i R EIE
Duro Cross Crew Ford '98 Mustang Co- t Ron Eh.0 0 140 28 CHEVY '66, custom Legmo3434-

Concord Coachman Cab, V8, Loaded, 32K bra, conv, 5 spd, . Mre 9 B en 3 o V p s/pbob aboo , li.i es
'05 Motor Home. 23' $14,500 334- 7910646 $7,900. 334-632-1100 Mer2 edes1 97 Benz Cla00sics & Antiques runs & LF4741
long 2700mi, Take CHEVROLET '09 Ford '99 Taurus, 4 West Main Car Sales Needs some work.
over payments.850- Automobiles Malibu LT, remote door, all power, 110k LLC 1919 West Main Camero '72 Dragcar, $2,500. 334-735-5404 IN THE CIRCUIT
593-5103 for Sale start, 9,200 miles miles. Great shape St. 334-699-5880 477 Cl big block, Lexus '00 RX300 128K Chevy '71 El Camino, COURT OF THE
Cruise Master LE, '05, door, automatic $3,200 334-685-0560 needsBpower glide, Harley Sportster 06 Sales LLC 1919 West ng50- $5 003FOU RTEE N
k36ft wo ornse chas- s 2004 Honda Civic EX, N i3ion, ver dak c cdEX, lterdtopCnOhngevy200Rt 'e T,7 9CO NT F O
sis 8.1 gas engine, Only 65,955 miles . exterior, charcoal in- er, sun- vert. Supercharged, 4 594- 9931 braided lines, 8,900 Chevy '83 Truck COUNTY, FLORIDA
22k mi., no sk, 7kw Like New. $11,500e, exterior, charcoal in-C, roof, very nice, cyl. Cd, 89K ml. l braided lines, 8,900 auto. transmissi on,
en. 3 , SAT, 2 TV, 2 Call 718-5251W, ABS AC, $10,50.334-726-1215. $10,500.334-898-1201 heavy - 8Slverado mi $7,995. 794-8037 nd
gA/Cen. f auto levelingS 1RAM/FM, bucket seats Com lately restored argod n CASE NO: 09-819CA
r a stsem if --- qie'91Cd ar, Ne0En t '0 7 15K mile s, new BO. 3347949258 DEUTSCHE BANK NA-
05 eep Wranglerem airoag. PL. PS. PW new 62K miles. $3600 Firm (334)389-0554 tires, extras, garage Chevy '86 C10, 4wd TIONAL TRUST COM-
Unlimited, 41k mi, $ 22.000. ,903 467- MUST SEE l 334-648- kept. $16,000. 334- blue, 305 V8, man PANY, AS TRUSTEE IN
Auto air, 6 cyl, $75k 8418 5817 Cutlass '77 Supreme 794-5296 or 596-5098 Mercedes'05 ML350, tran. $2500. 750-4313 TRUST FOR THE BEN-
w/ee $ 60k o without Chevrolet c9 i2 9 r Flowmaster exhaust. tan, SUV. Auto. 6-cyl. EFIT OF THE CERTIFI-
w/eep, $60k without Cheolet C MERCURY '98 Grand $500 (334)494-9238 Honda '03 Shadowhevy 95 verado
jeep, both in great r. . 70 Hona6 Accord Marquis LS, gold w/ Ace Deluxe, 750 CC AWD. 42,000, Loaded, Chevy '95 Siverado CATE HOLDERS FOR
cond. selling due to i. rn ste. 7ect Honda '06 Accord Marquis LS, gold w/ t o aces 3 P i g, CD, Pickup. Leather, TRUST 2005-W2, E U
health. in. avail.@ 2004 i nca c mles. era clea,. Hybrid. Loaded. 'tan int., well maint., FORD '65Fairlane lots of accessories, Power steering, CD, Pickup. Leather, TRUST 2005-W2,
health. F. ava@ new lo new tires, $4300. Great Gas Mileage, new tires,159K, $3500 GT. Yellow, 24K miles, $3500 A/C, AM/FM, stereo, Power Everything! ASSET - BACK ED
Peoples First, WAC Like new. Sell Below 334-792-8018 Less than NADA. 080.334-718-9472 unknown miles, FIRM. 334-494e808 runs el, h ow miles, $3,500 OBO. Call PASS-THROUGH CER-
850-352-2810 4. Chrystler '05 Cross- 334-793-0095 Nissan '05 Altim 2.5 needs work. Honda 03' VTX4800 new tirs, sunroof,- (334)983-9285;and TIFICATES SERIES
Damon '9631 ft, new 2004 Lincoln 2.fire Convertable 12k Honda '06 Civic, Gray Ss , 31km 2 $7,000. Exc. Cond. Red in col- leather' nt. vry leave a message. 2005-W2,
tires, full tank of gas, condition miles, auto, white, 4dr, a/c, sp, power. like new, $12,00 850- 334 333 0624 new chrome clean like new.
5k miles, 2 well car Need to Snll mint cond. black top, 69.500 mi., Good gas 482-2994 62003343081395 22.000. 334-792-PLANTiF.
caddie. $14, 500.334- 1284 l 8-433 15.900 850-209.4416 meae 4 on lon m B 929 Gazelle t .306. s
792-0619 $12.844 Cal 618-453 mr run. & ci hi S
$11.500. 334 243-4166 NISSAN 06 Altima un an Oi' _
,* - . � S.s"lSpecial EditTorn. great. $3.750. 334.
Fleetwd. Bdr 07' 3- Honda '07 Civic 62.3001. all power, 596-1694 w 1.KENNETH B NELSON.
sId, loaded CH/A Coupe Touch .creer, sunroof, tinted win. Mdel A 1929.2 dr.ET AL.
Fleetwd. Bhdrs 07'8. 3- *w Special diA gret . 2 dr.') 33 4-.
fbp, wk. horse, 8.1 GPS navgation sy dow, tilt, cruise, al- dr Che'99-. 3ar
gas, 5,900 mi. $100k tenm. DVO player. 26K Ioy w1 eel. sch m cel-,nt driver. s V6 votee, a.,t. a c. DEFENDANTrS)
OBO 334-898-1201 . in,.. oia,:i.,. $13.000 rn iran.,ce at dealer K 50-..6632 Honda06Me r 4Ec cond
4-W 2006 rcury Grandl Corvette '07 Auto, Honda 0, Civic. EX good, and runs reat ap8- t 1 owner exc TO:NUnknownnTena0nt7- 1768 (N)691-
MauiE ea Cr,- Wheels, Victry Red, 39K es $13,200 or automatic transd5is-0 cond.6,900m7 in-86 in Dodge 08 Quad cab, #1 & Unknown Ten-

& N a gP334-678-2131 t-rior. narcoai iote- Excellent condition. Honda 07-0VTX 3 -50 $ 9am10,5 RESIDENCE: UN
FORD 76 .10. tor Iior, 2WD, a, alarm, $20,000 OBO. BLUE 1300C, burgundy Xcab.$575 down, 0% KNOWN
$ t ds ra*cruise, driver arbag, EExc cond $6,900 I u- KNOWN D
1768/334-701-5516- PS, PW. sun r,Drive,Alford,
1$ .000 363u5 HONDA '09 230 CRF Ford '02 F150 XLT, 32420
HONDA '87 ACCORD , 3 34618-47 41 Dirt Bike. Like nEw. . red, 4WD, Triton
200u Ford Edge. Corvette '81 silver hatch back, jdriver024@hotmail.c StII under warranty. Nissan '07 Pathfinder VS'5.4L eng, 104,168 AND TO: All persons
SEL Plus, loaded. Automatic 350 5sp, a/c. Good cond. om $3.200 or bDest SE. Black. Auto 43K mi.. Super Crew Cab, claiming an interest
Leather, 17,000 miles. (Silver) sell as is Re-built motor offer3344498484 M. leathernt. good tires, tool box, by, through, under,
334 793 0095 $2,900. 334-803-2819. - Nissan '07 Altima " 9i leather nt. rd $13.500.334-894-1212 or against the afore-
$6500. OBO Dothan 2.5SL, Black, 34,200 -row eat. Like new or 334-494-2823 said defendantss.
2007 Nissan Altima. 334-774-1915 mi., bose stereo, $17,000. 334-89-;0582
Four Winds'99 Immaculate. Only Honda '93 Accord, moon roof, spoiler, '06 HO D,,na Wide YOU ARE HEREBY
Four Wis 20,200 miles. Below Datsun '78 280Z 2+2, green, 4-door, cold leather int. very .hd.F FOWBlG. 81ack NOTIFIED that an ac-
Moto- home.34ft. Book. One Owner. original owner, 5 AC, new engine, clean, Like new. ,.'.e -ew. cust,:ms n tion to foreclose a
Excellent condition, Call 632-0144 speed, fuel injected, $3800. 334-792-8018 $20,500 obo, 334-372- 6c6ul nm. 114,750. 404. mortgage on the fol-
20K, New tires, DVD 180k miles, some 0.02 or 334 432-0302 578 1482 lef, lowing described
Player-Ref-/Frez rustruns butneeds tru.,.n'1-0g.cm KAWASAKI OpEi~mi property located in
w/Ice maker, Water work. $25080 0 .oW BUY M E- 20u3 YZ125. ougr-t nator 125. Mot,:orc- Jackson County, Flor-
heater, hydraulic new in, 2005. hales B'u ir condon. $16i5. SUBURBAN 02 153K FORD - u5 FISO Lar1 ida:
cksconvctie.ry .tbha nh,. ,, rlrnror .h O ), s25. g t; Call 334-598-2777. $8,500 West Main Car -B, Tow aae, 5.4 LOT 2, BLOCK 139,
/microwave oven - riles, great co:,-,d e. . . unr,:,,. 11h, whi, sh.pe and we-l main- Kawasaki '08 Vulcan West Main Street option. Like New HILLS UNIT FIVE, AG-
slide out. $25,500 erytr,,rng s*.,ark ".. 28 Hyundai "05 Sonara 30K miles. $16,700. taimed. $4000. Buy 900 custom, 2400 (334) 699-5880 122k, 2 2 6 CING T PLAT
334-718-0460, 718- MPG $2,-50. 314 i.16. L ., V-c.. AutOmra,:.C 334-693-0830 both for $5500. miles, windshield, $22k, 253-722-7626 CORDING TO PLAT
0793 _0639 Il,,ad-d suroof. 334-726-3842 saddlebags, red. Tahoe 07' LTZ55K mi. THEREOF, AS RE-
M. . leather. evcellent. Nissan '08 Sentra $5900. 334-692-3337 black w/ tan int. fully FORD'77, F100, 350, CORDED IN PLAT
Monoco Knight'06, ' ?122i. mile. 15995. Like New! Must Sell! - or 796-5421 loaded, nay. $28,500 V8, long wheel base, BOOK A-4, PAGES 130
Save $25K or more. v4�*31334-790.7959 $200 down $219 per 334-333-6401 auto, ps/pb, runs THROUGH 140, IN-
Diesel, 4 slides, 4300 2007 OO:,lv,:, S0 3 2 ... month Call Ron Ellis Mva o.lotor Scoucter looks good. $2,500. CLUSIVE OF THE
mi, many upgrades hi.rr, r. loade sur- Subaru .19r3 igrn. (334) 714-0028 05, 200i Blue. Trailer 334-735-5404 PUBLSCRECORDS OF
2774 68r, 1 j. 0, wheel. new tr3n.inm. Volkswagon '69 Duel cy., short wheel FLORIDA.
2774"- "sur,. ,-,ew hmir.,g t Port 1600, eng. over- , Red Kawasaki09 23, Massey Fergu- base, runs & looks
TIOGA '04 Motor Acura '06 MD\, tour. Dodge '05 Neon S T, tire r, and 0r ake., haul Dec. '08. New tie . 2006 H,..na .5 Ni-ja LIke New 25nR son, 1541 hours, 38hp good. $2,500.00. has been filed
Home 24ft w/slideout ih. edition. 63K 4 door, 4 cylinder, many more new rod, ball joints, steer- Rancher, Like New, w/ jacket 3,500. mi- with disc, $8500, 334-735-5404 against you, and you
7293 miles 4KW Onan miles, excel. cond., automatic, loaded, parts, low mileage. ing damper, no ma- Never in mud. Very $3,995. 334-692-3211 334-792-8018 - are required to serve
Gen., very clean new tires. $22,300. 71,000 miles $5995. Call for more details jor rust. $2300. LOW hours $3600. Leave Mess a copy of your writ-
$38,000 334-687-9663 334-434-0240 334-790-7959 229-524-2451 334 718-1188 693-0302/790-0416 SUuI9 '90 f11i y , sd kten defenses, if any,
$2500. or trade for 4 $10,500 OBO. 334- to this action, on
wheeler 21K 714-9380 347-4283 or 334"447 .- GrlupPPAds attorney

re'aiy, shel.Elr kept. FORD 86 F -50 to.n Real South, Suite 217,
b ile d e v ic e s taynr 334.44;.2572 cyl. 4 sp. $3,900trade and file the original
I11U, MASSEY Ftrguson 8520, 334- 355-1202 Court, within 30 days
Trmmp�.Da-tcna _20 m,,,el '85_41 HP _- after the first publi-
Type)955Fi/STSport - ,: .,,:.n .:.,f this notice,
Bike, carbon exh., nw 10.- 766-8261 , r t.-.fore Decem-
tires, brakes, 334- PALMER '99 26 rt L,.er I0. 2,09 or imme-
693-9390or701-5588 Lumnp Trailer I 3.900 . ' lt.'e-, thereafter,

Ford +4i1r + r *Li. -' r dou for the
''vans 'vF auto . bedliner, relie demanded in
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Yamaha 05 ,ra, .FORD 97 F150. Blk, 2009.
anniv. edition in Auto. ExtCab 4 WD. DALE RABON
... flame red, excel. $4k. 334-655-6760. GUTHRIE
0l csissy bar, Ford 97 Ranger Ext.
chger $6,200. 334 CHRYSLER '05 Town/ Looks good. $3400 E O HR
' 333-5854 or email Country LX, 55,000 OBO. 334-493-7712 B /HATCHER LY
5000 miles. Va cond. $8500. Excellent running




r,7., Hines Exhaust Sysn Ford *01 Winstar Van, HATesER S
BU M E! 334-6and white, leather &77-3613. pwr 77l
Chrysler '95 Voyager, Need to
ge cushion. O V6ne seats, pwr seats 8,
SYAMAHA'06e power, am/fm cass.d r laife iiid?
Roadstar 1700cc, new. ties-5, NOW
Black, Motorcycle. $1975 OBO 850-592- GMC AI 1 -tativs
5000 miles. Vance st 2832 Excellent running nlt 'sasm p
5008c2ondition.Retor It's
-- Hines Exhaust Sys - Ford '01 Winstag 1-800-470- Van, MC u.
Yamaha 09 tm. 4 helmets and white, leather & pwr 34 drive, Will
gel cushion. One seats, pwr steering,al ou
owner, garage kept. dual airbags, cargo
Like new.ng8bi0e carrier included. Classified
Like new. $8000. 7-453-3142
334- 618-5833. '98 Windstar, representatives
Yamaha '07 FZ1 low $475down, 0%oInter-
miles. 2K mi. $5,500. est. Daylight Auto Fi-
334-632-1100 nancing 1-800-470-o GMC ,u I:5 ,, willhe at
Yamaha '09 1300V 0650 9am/9pm Z71, 4 wheel drive,
" --.. ' Star touring bike, Clossifieds have what red, 2door, 176K
2500 miles. $8,500. miles. $3,300., 334- assist you.
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