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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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Spatial Coverage:
United States of America -- Florida -- Jackson -- Marianna

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

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Judge explains work program suspension


BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
County Judge Woody Hatcher says
reports of poor supervision and concerns
about security risks were among the rea-
sons he recently suspended the public
*works program for the inmates he sen-
tences.
The Floridan learned Wednesday that
the program is suspended only in regard to
the inmates he sentences from now on, not
the inmates already in the work program.
Under the program, inmates work in the
community for the county or the city of
Marianna in exchange for "gain time" -
or each day a prisoner voluntarily works
for a public entity, the prisoner gets a day
off his or her sentence. Most of the
inmates, about 30 a day, work for the
county.
An apparent misunderstanding caused
the, county to think initially that its
See SUSPENSION, Page 5A >


Judge wants review of pre-trial releases


BA DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
Fi.-i i:'. ' ST- ,FF \vJmTE,
Counts Judge Wood\
Hatcher is tr\ ing to decide
whether, and under what con-
ditions to continue his pre-
trial release program.
The re\ ie\ comes on the
heels ol another recent change
in ho\'Hatcher deals with the
Inmates he oversees.
In early No\ember. Hatcher
suspended the public works
program for the inmates he
sentences. He applied the sus-
pension to inmates sentenced
in the future, but is alHowing
those already in the program
to complete it. He's appoint-


ing a committee to see if his
concerns about security and
super\ vision can be resolved so
that the work program can be
reinstated.
Hatcher says he is also
looking at changes to his pre-
trial release program, which
allows certain low-risk jail
inmates to be released " without
bail to await their court
appearances.
When a person accused of a
crime in his court comes
before him seeking release
before trial Hatcher sets cer-
tain conditions that allow the
individual to remain out of jail
without paying ball, if he
deems such a release appro-


private.
It controls the lail popula-
tion and also financially
relieves the accused of ha% mng
to come up \ith money\ for
ball.
Hatcher said that, while he
alha\s strives to make sure
that conditions are safe for
such releases, he is having
second thoughts now about
the \wisdom of such a pro-
gram.
In a written explanation of
his decision to review this pol-
icy w ith the aid of a commit-
tee, Hatcher \ rote that "'tmes
have changed since the court's
implementation of its pre-trial
release program and should be


re-evaluated. A determination
needs to be made as to
%whether the program) is pro-
viding the best release deci-
sions possible and whether it
should be modified or termi-
nated."
The committee helping him
w ith that review \ ill be made
up of someone from the State
Attorney's Office. the Public
Defender's Office, the chief
county probation officer. a
county commissioner and two
members of the community at
large.
To guide the review.
Hatcber wants the committee
See REVIEW, Page 5A >


A happy Ky'ier Smith picks up a lucky duck during a fall festival
for Jackson County's pre-kindergarten students Wednesday. -
Mark Skinner / Floridan


Roger Nesbeth watches a pinwheel spin that he won at a coun-
tywide fall festival for children in pre-kindergarten programs. -
Mark Skinner / Floridan


Motorcycle

accident

turns fatal
STAFF REPORT
The motorcycle .accident that
occurred in Washington County
Sunday afternoon claimed a
Chipley man's life Tuesday
morning.
According to the Floridan
Highway Patrol, 37-year-old
David D. Smith was found on the
side of the road in critical condi-
tion after being thrown from his
motorcycle while negotiating a
curve. He was westbound on
Pioneer Road when the accident
occurred at approximately 3:15
p.m. Sunday.
Smith was transported by air
ambulance to Bay Medical
Center in Panama City that after-
noon. Although Smith was wear-
ing a helmet, the crash proved to
be fatal. Smith died of his injuries
at 5:31 a.m. Tuesday morning,
according to a news release from
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MARIANNA POLICE
The Marianna Police
Department listed the fol-
lowing incidents for Nov.
17, the latest available
report: One traffic acci-
dent, two
suspicious
persons, _''- r-i
three distur- 3 -- _--
bances, one r CR1M E
shooting in .
the area, one
vandalism complaint, one
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Community Calendar


November 19 - Thursday
* The Chipola Regional Workforce
Development Board Inc. Partners' Meeting
is at 8 a.m. in the Jackson County
Agricultural Conference Center. Call 800-
382-5164.
* The Jackson County Adult Education,
School Advisory Council meets at 1:30
p.m. in the Jackson County Annex TABE
Test Center, 4294 Liddon St. Call. 482-
9617.
* 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, discounted seats for those quali-
fying, and notification of seat recalls.
Contact 526-2412, ext. 203.
* The Jackson County Library Board
meets at 3 p.m. in the BOCC chambers. To
be discussed: Budget, volunteer program,
Classic Southern Desserts fundraiser.
* 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.
* Chipola theater majors present, "NYC
Bound: A night of Scenes, Songs and
Humor," at 7 p.m. in the Chipola Theatre.
One night only. General admission tickets,
$10 each, are available from any theater
major, or in the Fine Arts Building. Call
718-2227.
* Alcoholics Anonymous meets
Thursday for a "closed discussion," 8 to 9
p.m., at the First United Methodist Church,
2901 Caledonia St., Marianna. Meet in the
AA room. Attendance is 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., with
praise and live worship music, testimonies
and fellowship. Child care available. Call
209-7856 or 573-1131.
* Alcoholics Anonymous has an open
meeting Fridays, 8 to 9 p.m., at the First
United Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia
St., Marianna. Meet in the AA room.

November 21 - Saturday
* The Fire & Iron Robby Brown (retired
Jackson County Fire Chief) Memorial
Charity Event, to raise cancer awareness


and support Amber Snell, family of Rbbby
Brown and Brandi Purvis, is 8 a.m' - 1 p.m.
in the Winn Dixie Shopping Center, 4478
Market St. and US Highway'90, Marianna,
with food, vendors, music, charity, bike
ride, and a bike/car show. Visit www.fire-
andiron202.com; call 209-7827.
*.The Malone Pecan Festival features a
pecan pancake breakfast, a 10 a.m. parade
(8:30 a.m. line-up at Malone High School),
bluegrass and gospel music, slides, pony
rides, booths, pecan pies for sale and
more. All events take place downtown
Malone, on or around Main Street.
* Geeks Help @ Chipola offers a
Beginning Word 2007 workshop (cost:
$60), 9 a.m. to noon; and an Electronics
Purchasing Help seminar (cost: $25), 1-3
p.m., in the Continuing Education depart-
ment at Chipola College. Call 718-7563;
visit www.geekshelp.com.
* The Jackson County Chamber of
Commerce will conduct a ribbon-cutting
ceremony for the grand opening of Alford
Community Health Clinic at 9:30 a.m., at
1770 Carolina St., two blocks east of US
Highway 231, Alford. Meet the staff; tour
the clinic. Refreshments will be served.
Call 263-7106 or 326-5783.
* Free Women's Self-defense Class, 1-4
p.m. at the Jackson County Ag. Center.
Class open to all women, age 18 and up,
with photo ID; no men or children. Call
579-4675.
* AmVets Post No. 231 in Fountain hosts
a Turkey Shoot each Saturday through
December at 1 p.m. $2 a shot; proceeds
benefit the post building fund. Call 722-
0291.
* Alcoholics Anonymous has an open
meeting Saturdays, 4:30 to 5:30 p.m., at
the First United Methodist Church, 2901
Caledonia St., Marianna. Meet in the AA
room.

November 22 - Sunday
* Bethel Star Missionary Baptist Church,
4134 Clay St. in Marianna, will have its
annual Thanksgiving dinner today. Call
482-4866.
* Chipola College's Chamber Chorus,
Rock and Jazz Ensemble, and Show Choir
invite the public to a Fall Festival of the Arts
in the Chipola Arts Center, at 2:30 p.m.
This is a non-ticketed, free event. Call 718-
2301 or e-mail stadsklevj@chipola.edu.

November 23 - Monday
*The Jackson Hospital Board of Trustees
Finance Committee meets at 5 p.m. in the
community room of the Hudnall Building.
The regular board meeting follows.
* Alcoholics Anonymous has an open
meeting each Monday, from 8 to 9 p.m., at
the First United Methodist Church, 2901


Caledonia St., Marianna. Meet in the AA
room.
* Today is the deadline for the Daughters
of the American Revolution American
History Essay Contest (grades 5-8) and
Christopher Columbus Essay Contest
(grades 9-12). For entry forms, call 209-
4066 or e-mail snoopyxii60@hotmail.com.

November 25 - Wednesday
- Alcoholics Anonymous has an open
meeting Wednesdays, noon to 1 p.m., at
the First United Methodist Church, 2901
Caledonia St., Marianna. Meet in the 'AA
room.
*
November 26 - Thursday
* St. Anne Catholic Church, 3009 Fifth St.
in Marianna, will serve Thanksgiving din-
ner at noon.
* Alcoholics Anonymous meets
Thursday for a "closed discussion," 8 to 9
p.m., at the First United Methodist Church,
2901 Caledonia St., Marianna. Meet in the
AA room. Attendance is limited to persons
with a desire to stop drinking.

November 27 - Friday
* Celebrate Recovery hosts adult and
teen meetings to "overcome hurts, habits
and hang-ups in a safe environment,"
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 available: Call 209-7856 or 573-1131.
* Alcoholics Anonymous has an open
meeting Fridays, 8-9 p.m. at the First
United Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia
St., Marianna. Meet in the AA room.

November 28 - Saturday
* AmVets Post No. 231 in Fountain hosts
a Turkey Shoot each Saturday through
December at 1 p.m. $2 a shot; proceeds
benefit the post building fund. Call 722-
0291.
* Alcoholics Anonymous has an open
meeting Saturdays, 4:30 to 5:30 p.m., at
the First United Methodist Church, 2901
Caledonia St., Marianna. Meet in the AA
room.
* Marianna's Gathering Place Foundation
hosts The Gathering Place for Single
Adults (50 and up), 6 p.m. every fourth
Saturday of the month at Jim's Buffet and
Grill, with music, activities and speakers.
Love offerings accepted; proceeds go to
area charitable projects/organizations. Call
526-4561.

November 30 - Monday
* AA has an open meeting each Monday,
from 8 to 9 p.m., at the First United
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna. Meet in the AA room.


POLICE ROUNDUP


plaint, one noise com-
plaint, one animal com-
plaint, one dog complaint,
one assist of another
agency, four public service
calls, two threats/harass-
ments and 32 traffic stops.

JACKSON COUNTY
SHERIFF'S OFFICE
The Jackson County
Sheriff's Office listed the
following incidents for
Nov. 17, the latest avail-
able report: One aban-
T


doned vehicle, three
alarms, two assists of other
agencies, three civil dis-
putes, two disturbances,
one drug investigation,
seven EMS calls, one fire
call, one gas leak, one
information report, one
juvenile complaint, four
larceny complaints, two
escorts,., one
pedestrian/hitchiker com-
plaint, three public service
calls, one report of shoot-
ing in the area, one threat,


one traffic accident, seven
traffic stops and four pris-
oner transports.

JACKSON COUNTY
CORRECTIONAL
FACILITY
The following people
were booked into the coun-
ty jail during the latest
reporting periods:
- Eric Gurganus, 30,
1805 Gap Blvd., Chipley,
possession of controlled
substance (Lortab), posses-


sion of drug paraphernalia.
- Toby Dunnell, 23.
2989 Southwind Drive,
Marianna, knowingly driv-
ing with a suspended
license (with knowledge).
JAIL POPULATION: 216

To report a crime, call
CrimeStoppers at 526-
5000.
To report a wildlife vio-
lation, call 1-888-404-
FWCC (3922).


TIDES
Panama City Low - 9:24 AM High - 10:39 PM
Apalachicola Low - 11:43 AM High - 3:00 AM
Port St. Joe Low - 8:50 AM High - 10:30 PM
Destin Low - 10:01 AM High - 7:09 PM
Pensacola Low - 10:35 AM High - 11:36 PM

RIVER READINGS Reading Flood Stage
Woodruff 56.76 ft. 66.0 ft.
Blountstown 17.93 ft. 15.0 ft.
Marianna 6.46 ft. 19.0 ft.
Caryville 10.33 ft. 12.0 ft.


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Jackson County Floridan * Thursday, November 19, 2009" 3A


MHS Project Graduation selling


Satsumas, 'Strawberry Cream'


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
The parents of the 2010 graduating
class of Marianna High School have
been hard 'at work on Project
Graduation, the all-night, drug-free,
alcohol-free graduation party.
Project Graduation was begun in the
1980s by a group of concerned par-
ents who wanted to promote a safe
environment for their graduating sen-
iors to celebrate the end of one era of
their life and the beginning of anoth-
er.
It is an all night, fun-filled event
with food, entertainment, dancing
and fun. Because of this type of safe,
well-chaperoned atmosphere, the
graduating seniors do not face the
dangers and pressures of drugs, ciga-
rettes or alcohol being available.
Basically, the seniors can party all
night long and not be in danger or be
a danger to others. There are many
Marianna graduates who remember
the event as a fun-filled evening with
no peer pressure.
Project Graduation is a huge under-
taking which requires many volun-
teers and successful fundraisers.
MHS Project Graduation 2010 is
working on several fundraisers that
can help you with Christmas shop-
ping.
Oglesby Nurseries has created a
very special desktop pet plant called
"Strawberry Cream." This plant
makes a wonderful gift for anyone in
an office, or a nursing home, or some-
one who is simply hard to buy for.
This plant is unique because it starts
out in a jar and after several months
can 'be transplanted to the included
pot. All of this is in one little pack-
age that is pretty and interesting for
only $6.


For information or to place an
order, call Marsha McDaniel, 482-
6110.
Those who would like to see one
can visit the chamber of commerce,
All2gether Salon,_ Ark Animal
Hospital, and many local businesses
and schools.
MHS Project Graduation 2010 is
also taking orders for Satsuma


oranges. Purchasers will receive a 2/5
bushel box (17-20 Ibs.) for $20.
These Cherokee Satsumas are grown
in Jackson County, and are easy to
peel, seedless, sweet and have a long
shelf-life. To order, call, Michelle
Chafin at 394-7752 or Claudia Smith
at 482-7507 before noon on Dec. 7.
The oranges will be ready for pick up
on Dec. 8.


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Michigan University and
Vanderbilt University. She is
the daughter of W.C. and
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and Virginia Barnes of
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School, she earned an A.A.
degree summa cum laude rom
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presenter at international pro-
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inmates were being immediately
pulled from the program.
A Jackson County jailer noti-
fied the county of Hatcher's deci-
sion Thursday, Nov. 5, and told
the county that no inmates would
be able to report to work the fol-
lowing Monday.
Later that Friday, County
Administrator Ted Lakey learned
the jailer had apparently misun-
derstood the judge's intent. When
Lakey talked with Hatcher late
that Friday, he learned the judge's
order would apply only to the
inmates he would sentence after
Nov. 5. The inmates already in the
program continue to work.
The Floridan was only
informed of this Wednesday
morning. Eventually,- unless the
judge lifts the suspension, the pro-
gram would end as all the inmates
currently in the program earn their
releases.


Hatcher plans to appoint a com-
mittee. to work on the supervision
and security issues, and determine
the future of the program.
The lack of adequate supervi-
sion, he stated in a written expla-
nation of his decision, has led to
"security risks encountered by the
jail when prisoners return to the
jail after having worked out in the
community."
Although he cited no specific
instances, Hatcher felt the situa-
tion was dire enough to suspend
the program going forward, at
least until such security matters
can be addressed.
"The court had over time
received reports regarding unac-
ceptable conduct by prisoners and
the lack of supervision of prison-
ers that created a safety issue for'
the community," the judge stated.
"It appears that no one wanted to
accept responsibility and provide


the prisoners with direct supervi-
sion."
Lakey, on learning that Hatcher
plans to put him on that commit-
tee, was relieved. But he also
defended the county's supervisory
practices.
"We have a couple of employ-
ees who supervise them at the
courthouse, and I think it's ade-
quate for the level of inmates we
have," Lakey said. "I was unaware
of these concerns, and I look for-
ward to being on a committee to
address any concerns there may
be."
In addition to Lakey, Hatcher
plans to appoint a county commis-
sioner, the chief jailer, the chief
probation officer and two mem-
bers of the Jackson County com-
munity at large to the news com-
mittee.
Hatcher initiated the public
works program many years ago, in


response to a federal mandate that
could have forced the county to
release inmates early because of
overcrowding.
Hatcher crafted the public
works program, with gain time as
an incentive to participating
inmates and as a solution to over-
crowding.
Because of the program, the
county avoided early releases and
also gained valuable labor at little
cost.
Hatcher said a private citizen,
John McDaniel Sr., now deceased,
was instrumental in helping start
that program.
McDaniel, the father of former
.sheriff John McDaniel Jr., bought
lawn mowers, slings, hoes, shov-
els and other equipment out of his
own pocket to get the system
under way during the administra-
tion of former sheriff Charles
Applewhite.


In those days, the jail was run
by the county sheriff. With the
Applewhite's support, McDaniel
Sr. oversaw the first public works
program, which consisted of
maintaining several cemeteries in
the community.
County residents also stepped
in to help, and it grew into a much
larger program..
Shortly after McDaniel Sr. died,
his son took over as sheriff.
Without McDaniel Sr. to oversee
the , program, the younger
McDaniel and Hatcher restruc-
tured it into its current form.
Hatcher said he has grown
increasingly concerned over time
about safety and security, and that
his decision to take another look at
the program was not reached
overnight.
He also pointed out that jail
overcrowding is no longer an
Issue.


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to consider several factors, which he list-
ed in his explanation of the decision to
review pre-trial releases.
The committee will be asked to make
recommendations on the type of release
that can best protect the citizens of the
county, and is fair to the individual who
is arrested and placed in jail.
Also under consideration is whether
the financial ability to make bond at the
time of arrest should be a factor, and


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whether a bail bond schedule be available
at the jail like in other counties, so that
individuals who have the money would
be able to secure their freedom without
having to stay in jail until appearing
before the judge.
Lastly, the committee is being asked to
determine if the conditional pre-trial
release program is the best alternative for
protecting the citizens of Jackson
County.


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who's also a candidate for the U.S. Senate.
"These hard-to-come-by funds are desper-
ately needed to help Florida's families."
Expanding the program, though, would
have meant even higher taxes for
employers because the $444 million
would have paid for less than two months
of benefits, said Florida Retail


Federation President Rick McAllister.
The tax increase will be an added bur-
den for many small business already suf-
fering due to the recession, McAllister
said.
"It could be the tipping point for some,"
he said. "It could keep the five-employee
business from adding a sixth."
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Mr. James Walker Patrick
Sr., 88, of Marianna, passed
away on Wednesday, Nov.
18, 2009, at his home. Mr.
Patrick was born on Sept. 3,
1921, in Dellwood to the
late the Rev. William Tho-
mas and Alice Ann Stanley
Patrick. He attended the
Grand Ridge Baptist
Church and served in the
Navy during World War II.
He was preceded in
death by his parents; his
loving wife of 66 years Vera
Patrick; one brother, Stan-
ley Patrick; and one son-in-
laiw, Ralph Aiello.
Mr. Patrick is survived by
four sons, Jack D. Patrick
and Carol Gross of Talla-
hassee, Randle T. Patrick
and wife Betty, of Sneads,
James W. Patrick Jr. of
Grand Ridge, and Chris
Patrick of Grand Ridge;
three daughters, Kathey
Farber of Marianna, Joyce
Aiello of Tallahassee, and
Sandy Patrick Hussey of
Marianna; caregiver and
loving granddaughter
Amanda Ritz; 10 grandchil-
dren; 24 great grandchil-
dren; three great-great-
grandchildren; and two
special house sitters and
great-grandchildren, Katie
Godwin and Ausin
Townsell.
Services for Mr. Patrick
will be Friday, Nov. 20, at


11 a.m. in the Marianna
Chapel Funeral Home,
with the Rev. * Ronnie
Wright officiating. Inter-
ment will follow in Cow
Pen Pond Cemetery with
military honors.
The family will receive
frierids from 9 a.m. until
time of service in the Ma2
rianna Chapel Funeral
Home.
The family of Mr. Patrick
would like to give special
thanks to Covenant Hos-
pice for the care given to
him during his illness.
Marianna Chapel Funer-
al Home is in charge of ar-
rangements.
Expressions of sympathy
may be submitted online at
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Robert
William
Plass Jr.



Robert William Plass Jr.
died Sunday, Nov. 15, 2009.
He was 59 years old. Born
in Poughkeepsie, N.Y. on
July 21, 1950, he was the
son of Robert William Plass
and Helen Palmer Plass.
Bob grew up in Pleasant
Valley, N.Y., on the family
farm, and was in business
with his father for a num-
ber of years. Bob served in
the Army Reserve and at-
tended Cornell University,
where he was a member of
the rowing team and Sigma
Chi. Bob also worked for
the United States Depart-


ment of Agriculture before
starting his trailer and
landscaping business.
A self-employed business
owner in Marianna for the
past 20 years, Bob was a
very active man and en-
joyed working outdoors.
He enjoyed sharing his
'thoughts and did so with
many people with honesty
and humor.
He is survived by his wife
of 34 years, Anita Plass. In
addition to his wife, he is
survived by his father, Rob-
ert William Plass of Pleas-
ant Valley; three daughters,
Rebecca Plass Oden and
husband Tramaine, of
Wiesbaden, Germany,
Summer Plass Arnold and
husband Andy, of Green-
wood, and Jennifer Plass of
Marianna; and three
grandchildren, Nicholas,
Brannin and Jocelyn.
He is also survived by
three sisters, Janet Plass
Portzer and husband Jef-
frey, of Apex, N.C., Martha
Plass Sheehe and husband
Dennis, of Bloomsburg,
Pa., and Lorraine Plass and
husband Donald Stebbins,
of Midlothian, Va.; and
many nieces, nephews,
family and friends.
He was preceded in
death by his mother, Helen
Palmer Plass.
A visitation with friends
and family will be Thurs-
day, Nov. 19, at 5 p.m. at
James & Sikes Funeral
Home in Marianna. A me-
morial service will be cele-
brated following the visita-
tion at 6 p.m. If you would
like to send the family a
condolence, please visit
www.jamesandsikesfuneral
homes.com. In lieu of flow-
ers, memorials may be
made to the charity of
choice.


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SPORTS


One



Hornets try to

clear hurdle

to Lakeland
BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR
The Cottondale Hornets were
one game away from a trip to
Lakeland last season.
This year, the.Hornets will try
to clear that final hurdle with a
team big on talent and experi-
ence.
Seniors Marcus Humose and
Drew Bellamy return to anchor
the team as a potent inside-out-
side combination. The Hornets
also bring back five rotation
players from last year's team.
Cottondale lost key seniors
Jacob Herring and Terry
Benbow, but much of the core of
last season's 19-win team is back
and ready to make another run at
the state semifinals.
CHS coach Chris Obert, how-
ever, said that neither he nor his
team is thinking that far ahead
yet.
"Every year, our goal is to try
to win a district title and make
the playoffs," the coach said.
"That's our first goal at the start
of every year. Of course, every-
body wants to make it to.
Lakeland.
"We were happy to make it to
the regional finals last year, but
we're not satisfied. We want to
improve on that, but we don't
talk about that. We talk about
working hard to get better."
If the Hornets are to make it
deep into the playoffs, they'll
need big seasons from the team's


step


closer


Cottondale Hornets coach Chris Obert (middle) speaks with Hornet players Darien Pollock (5) and
Trestin White (4) during a Wednesday practice in Cottondale. - Mark Skinner/Floridan


two senior stars.
A 6-foot point guard, Humose
emerged as a dynamic scorer last
season, leading Cottondale with
16 points per game, including a
clutch 27-point performance in'a
triple-overtime playoff victory
over Baker.
Obert said he'd like for
Humose's impact on the game to
extend beyond his own numbers


this season.
"The jump Marc made from
his sophomore to junior year was
enormous," the coach said. "For
him to carry us offensively and
being able to score like he did
was big, but this year I want him
to be able to run the team a little
bit better. He has been improving
in that area.
"I want him to make others


around him better. As far as play-
ing defense, being unselfish, and
being a team-first guy, that's
always been him. But I just want
him to improve on being able to
make the game easier for those
around him. That's what great
point guards do, and I hope he's
able to do that this year."
See HORNETS, Page 2B >


Lady Bulldogs fall short in overtime loss


BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR
The Marianna Lady Bulldogs rallied
from nine points down in the fourth
quarter Tuesday night, but fell in over-
time to visiting Mosley, 66-61.
Octavia Langston knocked down
four straight free throws in the final 19
seconds of overtime to secure the win.
Langston led all scorers with 29
points, with Deanna Canfield chipping
in 17. points for the Lady Dolphins.
Sharhae Williams led a balanced
Marianna attack with 13 points.
Shamiqua Davies added 11, and
Christina Wynn and Temperance
Wooden 11 each.
Davies had a chance to win the game
at the end of regulation with two free
throws and no time on the clock.
The junior guard was fouled on a
last-second shot that appeared to be
launched beyond the 3-point line.
However, Davies was awarded just
two free throws, missing both to send
the game into OT.
Her desperation heave nearly went in
anyway, but the extra period belonged
to the Lady Dolphins.
A basket by Kierra West made it 58-
55 Lady Dolphins, and Sequouia
Gooda's layup off a pretty feed from
Langston put Mosley up 60-57 with
1:50 to play.
Marianna got to within one on two
occasions in the final minute, the first


on a pair of free throws by Wooden and
the second on a basket by Davies with
9.9 seconds to go.
After two more free throws from
Langston with 7.8 seconds on the
clock, the Lady Bulldogs turned the
ball over on their next possession, seal-
ing the win for Mosley.
Marianna coach Chucky Brown cred-
ited Langston for a stellar performance
to lead her team to the win.
"She was a lot to handle," the coach
said. "She's long, athletic, fast, a good
shooter ... she's just a really good play-
er. I couldn't even be mad at my girls
on some of those shots she made
because they were well-defended. She
just made them."
While Langston's long-range accura-
cy may have been out of the Lady
Bulldogs' hands, their free throw shoot-
ing was certainly not.
.For the second straight game,
Marianna struggled mightily at the f6ul
line, knocking down just 17-of-36 at
the charity stripe.
The Lady Bulldogs were 18-of-33 on
free throws in Monday's win over
Malone, putting Marianna at just a hair
over 50 percent at the foul line to start
the season.
"We had a lot of chances to win it at
the line," Brown said after the game.
"Like I said after the Malone game, I
think it goes back to conditioning. If
See LOSS, Page 2B �


Marianna's Shamiqua Davies (14) dribbles the ball
by a Mosley defender during a game Tuesday night
in Marianna. The Lady Dolphins won the game 66-
61 in overtime. - Mark Skinner/Floridan


THURSDAY

SHS falls to

Franklin in


preseason


basketball
BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR
The Sneads Pirates boys bas-
ketball team dropped their first
preseason game Tuesday in
Blountstown, falling 55-51 to
Franklin County.
The Pirates will take oh
Wewahitchka tonight in
Blountstown before opening the
regular season ' Tuesday at
Bozeman.
Franklin County jumped out to
a 9-0 lead to start the game, but
the Pirates responded with an 11-
2 run to end the first period.
Sneads led 25-20 at halftime,
but Franklin came out of the
break with a 22-10 run to start the
third, to take a seven-point lead.
The Pirates rallied back in the
fourth to even things up at 51-51
on a 3-pointer by Terrance Green
with a minute to play.
However, Franklin County
made four straight free throws in
the final minute to put the game
on ice.
Green finished with 16 points
to lead Sneads, while Jeff Davis
had 10 and Jamar White eight.
See PRESEASON, Page 2B '


MHS JVtakes

easy win over

Lady Dolphins
BY SHELIA MADER
FLORIDAN CORRESPONDENT
The Marianna High School
Lady Bulldogs junior varsity bas-
ketball team welcomed the visit-
ing Mosley Lady Dolphins
Monday night with a 36-17 victo-
ry at MHS.
Marianna won every quarter of
the game, with the first period an
8-6 victory before increasing
their lead to 15-10 at the half.
The Lady Bulldogs maintained
a comfortable lead in the third
quarter, putting up eight points
while holding their opponent to
five. It was the fourth quarter
where the Lady Bulldogs explod-
ed offensively and defensively,
posting 14 huge points.
The Lady Bulldogs defense
allowed only two points by
Mosley to coast to the victory.
MHS coach Chucky Brown
said he was extremely proud of
his team's effort.
"We got to get all the girls in
the game and everybody scored,"
he said.
Takelia Baker led the Lady
Bulldogs with eight points, fol-
lowed by Laquineesha Williams
and Whitney Pittman with seven
points each. On the board with
six points was Ophelia Wooden.
Karianna "Tootsie" Williamson
was on the board within four
points, followed by Porsche
Morgan with two.
The Lady Bulldogs are sched-
uled to travel to Cottondale
Friday to take on the Lady
Hornets.
Varsity action tips off at 1 p.m.


Bullpups split a pair with Blountstown


BY SHELIA MADER
F.ORIDAN CORRESPONDENT
The Marianna Middle
School Bullpups basketball
team hosted the Blountstown
Tigers Tuesday and walked
away with a split in two
games. The "A" team lost 34-
32 with the "B" team taking a
lopsided 45-15 win.
The "A" team took a two-
point, double-overtime win
over the Tigers.
Marianna was sluggish in
the first quarter both offen-
sively and defensively, post-
ing only four points and
allowing the Tigers to put up
nine. The Bullpups were
outscored in the second peri-
od 7-4 to make it a 16-8 game
in favor of Blountstown at
the half. Marianna won the
third quarter 6-4 before
exploding in the fourth to
force a tie game at 20-20.
The Tigers were shutout in
the fourth period by the
Bullpups. Both teams put up
six points in the first over-
time period before the Tigers
T


managed to pull off the win.
The Bullpups were led in
scoring by Roderick
Copeland with 11 points, fol-
lowed by Alonze Bailey and
Derrick Knowles with five
points each.
On the board with four
points was Anfernee
Massaline and Kyle Tanner.
In "B" team action, the
Bullpups jumped on the
Tigers early and never looked
back. Marianna got eight
points from Demarcus Staley
and added another seven to
lead the Tigers 15-3 after one
period of play.
MMS coach Brad Cross
emptied his bench in the sec-
ond quarter with Torez Hall
scoring all six points in the
quarter to give Marianna a
21-9 halftime lead.
Marianna outscored
Blountstown 16-6 in the third
quarter before finishing off
the game with a victory.
The "B" team was led by
Staley with 15 points, fol-
lowed by Torez Hall with 11
points. Qua Hall had nine.


A Marianna Middle School player is
double-teamed by a pair of
Blountstown players during a game
Tuesday in Marianna. - Mark
Skinner/Floridan


Police say
Mo. teen
dug grave
anticipating
murder

-6B


Lady Hornets win


Cottondale's Kiki Paul (3) looks to make a play against a
North Florida Christian player during a game Tuesday night
in Cottondale. CHS won 55-45. - Mark Skinner/Floridan


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Preseason
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High School Girls
Basketball
Thursday- Liberty
County at Sneads, 4 p.m.
Friday- Marianna at
Cottondale, 1 p.m. and
2:30 p.m.; Malone at
Bethlehem, 6:30 p.m.;
Graceville at Vernon, 7
p.m.

High School Boys
Basketball
The Sonny's
Preseason Tip-Off
Tourney will be
Thursday and Saturday
at Marianna High
School.
Thursday- Malone vs.
Bonifay, 4:30 p.m.;
Cottondale vs. Maclay, 6
p.m.; Port St. Joe vs.
Marianna, 7:30 p.m.
Saturday- Cottondale
vs. Port St. Joe, 4:30
p.m.; Malone vs. Maclay,
6 p.m.; Marianna vs.
Bonifay, 7:30 p.m.

Chipola Women's
Basketball
The Chipola Lady
Indians (3-2) are ranked
No. 22 in the latest
NJCAA women's basket-
ball poll. Gulf Coast (4-
0) is No. 1, with
Northwest Florida State
(4-0) No. 7, and
Pensacola (6-1) No. 13.
The Lady Indians are
back in action this week-
end in Panama City, tak-
ing on Vincennes Friday
at 5 p.m., and Georgia
Perimeter Saturday at 1
p.m.
Chipola returns home
Dec. 1 against FCCJ.

Chipola Men's
Basketball
The Chipola Indians
(5-0) are ranked No. 10
in the latest'NJCAA
men's basketball poll.
Tallahassee (3-1) is
No. 13, with Northwest
Florida State (5-0)
ranked No. 22. The
Indians are off until Nov.
27-28 when they travel
to Niceville to face
Mississippi Elite and
Howard. Chipola returns
home Dec. 3 against
Enterprise-Ozark.

Sports Items
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editorial @jcfloridan. co
m or fax them to 482-
4478. The mailing
address for the paper is
Jackson County Floridan
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Loss
Continued From Page 1B
you're not in great shape,
you get tired in the games
and miss free throws."
Fatigue also came into
play for the Lady Bulldogs
on the defensive end late in
the game. Marianna sent
Mosley to the free throw
line 17 times in the fourth
quarter and overtime, with
the Lady Dolphins convert-
ing 12 times.
"We were reaching and
committing just silly fouls,"
Brown said. "Some of them
were fatigue fouls and some
were out of frustration. We
just can't give them that
many free points."
However, Brown said he
was pleased with his team's
competitive spirit, as the
Lady Bulldogs trailed 50-41
with six minutes to play
before rallying back to tie it.
A pair of free throws by
Davids, a jumper by
Deanna Perry, a 3-pointer
by Wynn and an offensive
put-back by Williams cut
the deficit to two at 52-50
with 3:34 on the clock.
Marianna tied the game
after a steal by Treshae
Patterson, who passed the
ball back to Perry for a
layup to make it 53-53 with
2:32 to play.
A pair of Williams free
throws put the Lady
Bulldogs up 55-53 with
2:02 to play, but a free
throw by Langston with
12.6 seconds on the clock
tied the game again.
"That's what we need
early on," Brown said of his
team's late-game energy.
"We could've laid down,
but we continued to fight.
"The problem is the first
half when we didn't do that.
In the second half, we
picked up our defense and
got back into the game."
Perry also added eight
points for the Lady
Bulldogs.


All three are still with the
Pirates' football team, which fin-
ishes the year tonight in a bowl
game against Branford High
School.
But Pirates coach Kelvin
Johnson got his guys to come
straight off of the football practice
field to join the hoops team later in
the night.


A 6-foot, 4-inch post
player, Bellamy enters his
third season as a varsity
starter, and gives the
Hornets a reliable scorer on
the interior.
Obert said both Bellamy
and Humose will have to
lead the way for his team.
"Marc and Drew are the
two leaders of the team,"
the coach said. "Drew is
very well-respected by his
teammates, and they're
both great leaders and real-
ly good players.
"When you've got a
point guard and a center,
you usually have a pretty
solid, team. I hope that'
holds true for us."
The Hornets also return
several key players from
last year's team, including
sixth-man Dominique
Webb, 3-point specialist
Nick Jackson and backup
center Cody Saye.
Juniors Darien Pollock
and Trestin White will
again platoon at the power
forward position, just as
they did last season.
"Those two are really
interchangeable," Obert
said of Pollock and White.
"It doesn't really matter
who starts because they'll
both play the same.
"Out of everybody, those
two will be among the
most-improved on the
team. I see a big difference
with them this season.
They did what we asked of
them last year, but I think
this year they're capable of
doing more."
The Hornets will also get
some help from former jun-


Johnson said he was impressed
with the effort, all things consid-
ered, but fatigue came into play
late in the game.
"I thought we played well, but
we truly just got tired in the fourth
quarter," the coach said. "We start-
ed reaching and fouled a lot and
they shot very well from the free
throw line.


"When you've got
a point guard and a
center, you usually
have a pretty solid
team. I hope that
holds true for us."

-Chris Obert,
Cottondale coach

ior varsity players, such as
athletic junior post Jeremie
Glover, junior guard Juwon
Johnson, and fellow juniors
Darius Pollock and James
Paramore.


"By the end of third quarter, we
were really out of gas. But I was
pleased with what I saw."
Johnson praised the efforts of
some of his new varsity players,
including Will Holmes, Jeff Bell
and Blake Edenfield.
The Pirates have a mostly new
group of players this year, but
Johnson said he believes a bigger


It's a nice mix of experi-
ence and youth for Obert,
who said this team is posi-
tioned to be able to weath-
er the losses of last year's
seniors.
"Losing (Benbow and
Herring) is a big loss," the
coach said. "But having
seven guys who played a
lot of minutes last year
with the guys we have
coming, up, we should be
OK.
"We just have to play
hard and get after it."
Obert said he hoped the
experience of winning a
pair of playoff games last
season will give his team a
boost this year.


The win over Baker in
particular, the coach said, is
already paying dividends.
"I think the Baker game
was a big confidence boost
to us," Obert said. "They
had a great, team, and to
win that one like we did,
with the way we battled
and fought for three over-
times, we gained a lot of
confidence from that game.
"That carried over into
the offseason and the pre-


upside for this team than some oth-
ers might.
"I think we've got some poten-
tial if we work hard. I see some
potential with those kids," the
coach said.
"Some of the younger kids
played well, and our our defense
was pretty good, other than all the
fouls at the end."


season. We'll see if it car-
ries over into the real sea-
son."
The Hornets play tonight
in Marianna in the presea-
son tip-off tourney against
Maclay at 6 p.m., then
again Saturday against Port
St. Joe at 4:30 p.m.
Cottondale opens the
regular season on Tuesday
against the Bulldogs in
Marianna.


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annouirements Birds,Bees&Fish .al MobileHomes ar a Boats 1M H I Boats [ Boats
Male fo kar I for Rent mresidentilforsale .. .
lMale Cockatiel I rntas Servit ce.. . o l .Bass Tracker'09Pro Fishmaster Bass boat -
/ w, cage. stand. foo. entaSrve 2BR/1BA in Alford, 16, 30hp mercury mo- 17ft. 120 H/P 1
'treats, book'CD. 180 PositionLoation $375 + dep 850- 579- ' tor. 4 stroke console Mercruiser
850-896 8989 Mirianna, FL. 4622/209-1664/573- steering, 461bD thrust inboard/outboard
850-89698JRquMo entL CDL 1851 trolling motor, tilt & S/S prop, Min-kota
atClass "B/HS/2 yrs 3/2 & 2/2 in C'dale, fisher ID $7500 850- hummingbird
S customer exp. $325-$500, no pets 2005 Boston Whaler 352-4274 depth/fish finder, 2 New 2009 Bass Seacraft..89 20ft
cat8504824252 fol ing 1171 Iv message HomesforSale-1 center console, Mercury 4 str,full aluminum drive on w/Mercuryr25HP mo or n & trale,, 95
2 5 n 25 8 wer w/ oaded garage ep 225HP Johnson Mtr
FOUND: White male Free kittens, 6wks ntas.com/careers 3/2 C'dale, water, p/flop 60 gal cool loaded age t. wheeltraover, full ELPT4Strome AMost 225HPohsonMtr,
cat w/beje ears old 3 females, 1 male Req Id 100799 arb. bug spray mcl. 3/1 House for sale on r inetrlng ess canvas OBO 334-475-3806 eqp cld. 1,000 imAll std-^ r
cat w/beige ears, old, 3 femals, male 3/1 Hoe ale on en trolling u 13. $9than5hr . OBO 334-475-3806 equipincd1,000 in Dual Axle Tr. w/
ringtail, 2' mi S of - 850-557-2486 2 "$IZ?525 + dep. No pets. s acre lot, 2855 motor depthfinder -1 e as. aso - ,rakes,w.,.runs
iS4 acre lot, 2855 motor depth finder, OB 334 1543 extras also incld Pd
10 on 69 850-272-4150 850-352-4869 morn Owens St. Marianna Bimin Top, $8000. 334Supra'90 TS6M $10,750 asking $9,500 well, vy clan,
Dogs le e wings $90k 850-415-6995 334-347-5511 Day Skeeter99'Bass com ski/wake OBO. 907-687-7661. . 6850.
mer/hanMdise H e Udll or t 3/2 MH, CH/A, all 3/32ksf On ac 334-347-6045 Night boat. 115HP motor board great shape. Playboy 9418 foot-55
M3/3 2k sf. On 1 ac, trolling mot. & live 520 hrs, $8200 OBO. Playbuoy '94 18 foot-
SSchnauzers 7 wks ge inc. No pets.850- trees,10mifromtwn o4hp mercury, 4- 7,200. 3-8 9065 334-796-3424 reat. REDUCE ' Wat
I Iold, shots & wormed 592-8129I 850 272-0608/718- strogoke. mtr gide $7,2. 334886-9065 1?275 8WHP Y52anmor, at Pt St.
$375 850-573-1548 Clean 2/2 for family 6625aftr 6 & wkends trolling mtr, lum- Classileds have what You name ii.. . '8 ePMarina 27 nrth
h -nosmokersno -mingbird 565, TAt Williams Craft'08 JO e Marina, 27 north
ready to go.850-85- e 400+ $400 dep W est side Dothan, bilge pump, live well, youarelookingfor, Classified has it 60 horse four stroke dok. $9 33-
579-4864/579-4615 Apartments- 850-718-8158 2793sf, 3 Ig. BR/3BA, 334-798-0010 loaded. 334618-3058 2167 or 334-7-0020
Free: Lg male dog, Unfurnished Rent to Own: 2 & 3BR ud room w/shower,
Lot rent ic. large shop, fireplace,
bce owq 2 2 ag JACKSON COUNTY
Appliances whit . 8 lFor details 850-557- of extra's. Call
Appliances 557-24861/1 intown, quiet, 3432/850-814-6515 for details. $ 159KUU
Rerg , 1 y Free to good home 2 $475/mo, $525 dep. 334-794-6002
Refrigerator, 1 yr old, dogs: 1M 2yrs old, 1 850-693-0570 I TwnhomD
White, Whirlpool side F 3mos old, both tiny 2/1.5 Apts for rent Iomes F O D
by side. Ice andwa dogs. 850-579-3982 D O WD hkpa,6 FLORIDAN CLASSIFIEDS
$1200, asking 75r0 in$5cl0. Cbl, garb, & pest 2BR/2BA -"p. S iloat. E stat e - T/ I llLIMIC
31200, asking $750. control. 850-526-7369 TOWNHOUSES boat.Estate Sale.Ap-
t34-699-267 farmersmaket '8 Fr re praised $2245030. THANKSGIVING DEADLINES
28.. . I2B BA, apt.,in I r t'-or.JI. nfo -Selling LI$117.000.
town $450 mo. 850. ca118-5. 850-209- .Seldng .00.
IL't_' Ct--L Ilown. $450/mo. 850. <~ sl O*" I I -: ^Brand new condition
573-0598 for info. 8531/482-1050 . Docked in Panama , TURII V 11/
" Electronics (H us fur e City 850-596-0167 THURSDAY 11/26
u nfurshed estate197 Bayliner Cabin
Sound system , Hose nunish estate 7 V Cruiser 23 ft owin Deadline is Tuesday 11/24 @) 3:30 PM
speakers, amp, 2/1 in town, fenced iommecialr er, excel cond. pd RliDAV 11 7
sound board. Micro backyard, $650/mo, 2007 Yamaha Rhino $40K will sell for r u A A/ 2
pones/stands, all Farm Euipment $700 dep.850-693- UtIlity Vehicle 660 $14,500K 850-209- line is Wednesday 11/25 12:30 PM
hkups, hymnals, Duel 0570 camo, 110 hours, 1696/482-5867 Deadline is W ednesday 11/25 @ 12:30 PM
tape player, tape du- 2 & 3 BR MH Cotton. $7400. 229-254-0072
tor$2 850 andy 4 row insect 23 BR MH Cotton- $7400.229-254-0072 Alumacraft 06' 16 ft. SUNDAY 11/29
352-4500 cide applicator dale http://www. GO CART TECUMSEH w/ 50 Yamaha/GPS UN A 1
35-4500. w/double boxes, for charloscountryliving. 6.5hp, rollbar, shocks loaded, exc. cond. i , 1a 11/ 1.
two chemicals com. 850-258- $900., 334-588-2341 $6,450 OBO 334-714- Deadline is Wednesday 11/25 1:30
(Exercise Equipment mounted on tool bar. 4868/209-8847RetaSpace Honda '07 CRF8O 5860Bly /
Good condition. $400.3/1 housefor renting I Dirtbike, 100 hrs,
BowflexTreadclimber 229-758-3146 or 229- Cottondale, $500/mo $1000 6X12 enclosed
TC5000. Hardly used. 4005184 + dep.850-209-4516 FOR RENT,5100 sq ft trailer $1500 new
GTC W ardus. - Pbldg -Retail, 4178 cond. 850-447-2859
Great Workout. Paid 2eCraunt 3 c,,2.
$2400 new asking Fruit& Vegetables 3/2greatareaon6th LafayetteSt. 85-
,$1000 00.. (850)573- a Ave. CH/A, $700 + 526-3330 Honda 07' Foreman
77471000. cteste( dep.850-271-0900/ 4wd, winch, ITP tires
cteslw o c 258-4309 v ms. eate & wheels$5,200. 334-
_ _ t Pepper 3/2 New Home, CH/A resealrsale Hnda
SMiscellaneous bringyour own buck- Compass Lak. I S Honda TRX 300 EX
forSale et 7days/wk. 850- 750/mo + dep. Bike is complete cus-
592-5579 850-573-0625 tom with tons of ac-
cessories incl. Red
Gpf � I 1b3BRS1.5BA, Very nice. L.E.D.'s $2,300. O.B.O. Rd
334GE pr-of3le sde Hors & up Cattle t lease 5 5 Noland arral 557-2394/394-7567 528 4
sie Frig, goo con. Street in Marianna.334-805-0816.
$525.14 E Kitchen appliances il Ibox of assorted BeautbulChristmas Daybedw/mattress, Large Radio Ryder SHEARLING JACKET-
Pontoon boat $2500. Young Registered included. _ _00/mo., Boats
Pontoontrailer$200. Angus Bus & m f Christmas decora- Porcelain Doll, 22" spread & 3 shams, Horse makes gallop Womens LARGE
oo334-347-1125 Heiffers. 1000 & up. and last Securi tions $10 OBO 850- new in box $20 850- exc. cond. $100 850- ing noises, like new SHARP $25 (850)592-
334-347-112 I $ up. Ity deposit, 1 Yr lease Homes with Acreage 02oChaparralS4.kd V6S 557-2394/394-7567 526-3426 526-4858 65 850-s526-0094 W 2507
l 5 " "and references0re-7es e-
Nurseries-Trees quired. No smoking. 190HP, garage kept, (2) 14k gold CHARLIE BROWN - Dining room table Mahogany Cedar Sofa, dark blue, sec-
e ees et No pets. Avail. Octo- House on 4 lots @ alvtraerss prop bracelets, 7" each, COLLECTIBLES & seats 4. Excellent lined wardrobe, $30 tional w/recliners on
ber 1st. Call (850) Scotts Ferry, Calhoun a17v tr r,ss prop,381 $50 for both 850-526- BOOKS $10 (850)592- condition $65. 850-526-4858 each end. Good cond.
SATSUMAS tree ripe. b 1 594-7525 between County, near boat 1 , 3- 3365 2507 850-526-2977 $50 850-594-3644
Call (850)209-1499 6pm-9pm. Owner is ramp. $35k 850-526- 1999 17 foot Alumi 2 Toddler beds 1 --MOSAIC TILE BOOKS-
after 3pm. Licensed Real Estate 3978 craft, 50 HP Mercury, wooden $25 1 blue Childs vanity dresser Dining room table Lots to choose from " Sofa table, dark
11 -" Broker. b I Htrail er, trolling mo- metal $15 850-526- w/4 drawers, all w/6 chairs, good 10 (850)592-2507 wood$35 850-526-
o ldaNewl tor depth finder, live wood $35 850-526- cond. $275 850-592- 3426
ets animals l Brick 4 BR rural M ck out t ClmlMle wei .$4500 334-312- 342 3426 2403 MOSAIC TILE CRAFT-
home. Graceville, 0114 5x8 Trailer w/sides & LOTS OFTLE SUP Solid Oak Table w/8
I CareerSekr Bonifay, Chipley area ____back slide door, load- Childs wooden red Executive Office PLIES $10 (850)592- chairs, 2 leafs, ext. 5-
I eeeer I . . $600/mo. Realty Ex- Warehouse Administrator ing ramp & tool box. rocker $10 850-569- Chair, excellent cond. 2507 8', good cond. $500
Change 954-366- Warehoue Ar $500 850-526-7277 2770 $75 850-482-4944 850-209-7151
S General ml 1230/561-702-6543. Responsible for order management I--....---- ....---- .- --------- 1-
SI system, QA processes. SAP or similar 6ft Lighted Christmas CHRISTMAS HOUSES- 6un Case, holds 6 Petite 14k gold tennis Square 5'x 5'w/leaf
Marianna 2/1 house, software experience. Benefits avail, tree, 6'/ft & 7ft, $20 11 Carole Towne ALL guns, bottom stor- bracelet w/5colored solid wood counter
Free Pets Pol c Caring Individual $500/mo. 850-526- Email resume to RSIMS@WJWLTD.COM OBO 850-557-2394or for $70 or $7ea age, great cond. $100 stones 7", $65 850- height dining table,
S needed to provide 7479 or call 904-708-3163 394-7567 (850)592-2507 850-526-7277 526-3365$175 850-557-1394
ang deserves a to Developmersonal Care Svcs Houses Furnished Aerator, used only COLLECTIBLE HANGING PLANTS- PortableBassinet & Toddler bed
SGonce 100 000 850- BOOKS- CHILDRENS , Many to choose infant swing, like w/mattress, ma-
fr a ree pet ma draw Dsabled Adults T The New Marianna Gardens Apartments o0 B SCLDRENS M e natre, ma-
response from in duals mornings after Immediate occupancy on 3 BR FAIRY TALES ETC $10 from. $10. (850)592- new, ue print hogany color,,$60
whowillsellyouranlmalfor school, &weekend 2/2 cabin style house apartments with subsidy available. AM/FM cassette (850)592-2507 207 $25/ea 850-526-3426 850-569-2770
research or breeding pur- hrs in the Marianna/ on 10 acres in C'dale. 3070 Carters Mill Road ' stereo $20 850-569- Portable TV WAT AD
poses. Please screen re Sneads area. Back- Lg wrap around deck Marianna FL32446 2194 Country dinette set, Imitation white pearl Portable TV WATER GARDENING-
spondents carefully when groundcheckrq. $600-$800/mo 850- 850-482-5358, TDD/TY 711arium table w/4 chairs $150 necksace, 30", $25 w/remote/converter BOOKS NICEXMAS
givingananimalaway. iExp. pref. Call Alex 209-7502Eual Housing O ortunit,, Aquarlum 50 gal & 40 850-594-1024 . 850-526-3365 boX & stand $100 GIFT$10 (850)592-
M-F 9 aHm e gal. on metal stand 850-592-8507 2507
0M-F 9:30a4m-4pm. b Hom complete $100. 850- Crossbow by Ryder, Infant car seat $20,
Fi 850-547-4415 MbleHomesnt Cottondale Villae Apartments 526-2977 uses resistance rods, Bouncer$15, Activity Radio control gas Woen dresser w/
SBirds, B F BEST PETS 4 0n 1 4052 Old CottondaleRd. Marianna, FL Audiovox Cruise foldsforstorage. $75 Saucer$25, Allpink tckith o 50 mirr a ing
- r r 32448 850-526-4062, TDD/TTY 711 Control- still in box, 850-209-8458 850-526-3426 850-593-6856 night stand $75
and fed baby Am are d the 2/2 near unlandon Immediate occupancy available ona 2 BR fits most cars $75 (80) 573-9232
zon Parrots, very 1 acre, extras, handicap apartment. Rentalassistance. 1 50... 4custommadecur- Knight Kilnw/severalRoundtableant'queI
gentle, $500 OBO ClassIfed Ads 650/mo $700 dep We p apterseer & trash service 850-569-2194 tains w/cornice, unpainted/fired wunpainted/fired /4 chairs. Exelent XMAS TREE- Blue
850-674-3532 850-693-0570 e pay water, sewer, & trash service. Small TV w/remote pink/blue 82x84 $50 items, $300 850-209- condition $100. Spruce NICE $75
850-674-3532 850-693-0570 .Equal Housing Opportunity $40 850-592-8507 850-569-2770 8458 850-526-2977 (850)592-2507

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MotorHomes/RVs Automobiles Automobiles Automobiles Motorcycles Motorcycles Trailers-Tractors Trucks-Heavy Duty Trucks-Heavy Duty
m ion forSaleforSale forSale
era oromeSae Bushhog 9044, field Chevy '83 Truck, STERLING '05 Tri-Axle
MAKE ME AN OFFER ready, shelter kept. auto. transmission, Dump Truck $47,500
$10,500 OBO. 334- - air, good cond., 619-1041, 334-687-
347-4283 or 334-447- 73,500 miles, $3500 5835
2572 OBO. 334-794-9258 Toyota 03' Tacoma
FORD TW 15 Tractor Chevy '95 Silverado prerunner dbl cab, V-
(aFour eWinds 'gg .. '06 HD Dyna Wide Yamaha '05 Vmax w/cab, l40hp, exc. Extended Cab 6, auto, alloptions


06 Skyline, 30 Travel Player-Ref/Frez . 7990. n truthinsong.com guard cover trickle ready, shelter kept. aa V-8, 97K interstate
r-aert Lemrnell r hoot. 2003. Y2005 bouDght. chger, $6,200. 334- $1000. 334-347-4283 miles, ex cond., 1
Trailer, excellent w/Ice maker, Water Lemon Lot 2003 YZ125, bought ler , or ema2l 2 lo l owner $11,000 firm
condition, sleeps 8.e heater, hydraulic DaIsun- 78 28auZ 22. i34 794-053 (H), new in 2005, has ess rjkess@comcastnet r334447-257295-7212
$9,000. OBO. 334-677- ] hydraulic ' g ______1__e.0 __590(C) ________5Fer___u73 on 334-695-7212
M3953/701-7648 0 OJacks, convection- org.nai owner. 5 33471,-0590(C) than 100 hrs. $2000;- MASSEY Ferguson
e3953/701-7648 / w ave ven g* speed, fuel injected. Mazda'06 RXS. 2007 YZF250, great BUY M E 240 model '85 41 HP
/microwave oven- 18rkm3le,;. ',4 me 9 Slver. eNc. cond., shape and well main- deisel tractor$5,900
rW -2nslide out.$25,5 007a rust, rns u ee 32r16 mles, $1,500 tamied. $4000. Buy n 305-766-8261 i . O K
condtio,04e0, 788- 2003Mwr$ 0 d8bborg$5500.4YA maHA4 5n06
718-0460, neOwner $18000. 579- 216 msg 334-308-1395' both fr$5500. YAMAHA '06 PLMER '99 26 ft Chevy '99 5-10, 3
334-793-0095 v Mazda 07'5 Grand 334-726-3842 Roadstar 1700cc, Dump Trailer $13,900 V6 vortex, a/t, a/c.
Monoco Knight '06, Dodge 00' Stratus t.uringci. ec r cond re- Black, Motorcycle. 619-1041,334-687- 160K mi., Exc. cond.
Save $25K or mores, 4300 very dependable hi- -inang arr. 48.000 5000 miles. Vance 5835 $4,000 obo (D) 334-
Diesel,4slides 4300 iegreat condo. ev- m mibac r.48.5nsys- 798l16 e7
mi, many upgrades miles great cond. ev- m. black $14,500. Hines Exhaust Sys- Pea Shelling equip. 798-1768 (N)691-2987
m$159,700 a 0-8rds yMtG 4.3 4-26816 334-445-3652 or 256 tem.4 helmets and 1- pea seller, 1- Dodge '08 Quad cab,
2774 0639 4528026 gel cushion. One cooler (6x8), 1- 5.7 Hemi, loaded.
'07 ESCALADE RV 37 TIOGA '04 Motor D e ' 1 Ryal Mazda '89 RXi. nrn 0 : owner, garage kept. blower & scales $16,500. 334-796-8174 Toyota'09 Tundra,
'07 ESCALADERV37 OGA'04Motor Dodge '85 150 Royal turDo, gold, GXE,6 Like new. $8000. $4,500., 701-1836
REB By KZ, 5th W. Home 24ft w/slideout SE, Automatic Slant Likenew.$8000. DODGE '84 Ram $16,500, clear title,
Like new. Non- 7293 miles 4KW Onan 6, original 70K mi $2,000. 334-648-4985 Rancher, Like New, 334- 618-5833. Runs good. $1,000. Excellent
Smoker, No Pet, 3 Gen., very clean $2500 OBO 850-447- Mercedes '04 Benz LOW hours $3600. Yamaha '07 FZ1 low 0334 Codewayne4dive.
Smoker, No Pets, 3 $38,000 334-687-9663w2856LOWE3s20s 8- coYamah0 owM4-2 410dewyr1ive.
Slides. Delue Refrg $38,000 334-687-9663 256 32,orts ck 693-0302/790-0416 miles. 2K nm. $5,500. Dode '98 Ram 1500com
icemakero. transportaon 27 V 3ncr.59Kmie. '92 Godwing,60k 334-632-1100 Xca . 575 don, 323-892-0861
Coniecmoe M2cro.r 0 o c.Ivo 2 s -$17.000. j334806 7190 miles, red, exc. paint Interest Daylight Au-
King Bed, Fireplace. leather. loaded.surn & running cond. to Financing. 1-800- Toyota 98' Tacoma
Cro $23.500. 334 &.r un ni n g-co nd.0 n
King B, C r. eple.. 334 Mercedes 9C' LK230. $7000 850-445-2915 470-0650 9am/9pm Ext. cab. Auto trans.
^ m5 3M c S j 0 -594x4 V-6 good condo
2 AC. Washer Dry. 6 651070 leather. Hd. top. Con leave message Ford' F15XLT, 139Kmi. 6,5.
er. Carefree Awnq. vert. Superchargead. sF red, 4WD, Tritn 693-5005 334-726
Morrede Susp..Rear l . . cylS. c69 mi. Harley '00 Dyna Wides CHRYSLER '05 Town/ redV8/.4 , Tr104,168 4342
Eny ertaln mernt. Ta Ford 0' E plrer 4- $10.5 0. 33 89 8-201 Glide, blue/silver, Country LX, 55,000 mi.le mnuar ew Cab, NOT
ble 4, C 2 door 109 i l. od 5200 mil 95 00 es.9500. Yamaha '07 VStar m, Loaded, Great ml., SeodE reOw Cab,
, Chr CarSeder cond n &out. 5.i'00. Mercury '91 Cougar. 334-596-1694 1300 Tour, fuel inject- cond. $8500. ood tires, tool box,
Leatner Reli ners. OO 334494 3550 fully equipped, lKe $ w 13,500. 33-4-894-12 12Ial s
Coach ,. cnaie 334-494284FOR new 62K miles. $36 ,00 HARLEY Davidson01 ed, cover & helmet, 3346773613. or 334-494-2
$57.000.-W ee D2008 Honda . MuST SEE! 334648 Road KinPolice, cruise control, load- Chrysler '95 Voyager, FORD '04 F150, 79K LegaNotices
334 T Aon. 817wVo6,500 334-14mis. White, d, 5K., Liucket newly V6, autoseats' n8, miles. fantastic cond. OB: October 4,2009
31.41492406. Loaded. Like New.M clean & shop kept. $6,990. 334-714-4001 power, am/fm cass. miles. fantastic cond.I
31. F ) 1 . rm$2 ,It3400 334.793-0095 MERCURY '05 Grandl , 11000. 334-774-3663 new tires, NOW $7,500.334-774-4330 L17311
ully self cont nedHARLEY Davidson'03arquisL. Yamaha '09 1300V $1975 OBO 850-592- Ford'04Ranger,101K
fne s -16 llite 6 CD Stereotn. s ped. 3 mi Startouring bike, 2832 miles, manual, new OTICE TO APPEAR
anoy geat d, Slee g . new tires,159K, $3500 RoadKing, 95" stage 2500 miles. $8,500. tires. $4400 OD . STATE OF GEORGIA






CarriageCameo 05 capacit:6.eail 3347293 4822994 72 2 u O t perfect,t$35,900. passenger.118K atLoaded 4x4 54 CaseOFG NoR
ton. 9ide0j0s , 03 d4-A n O1. 334 7189472 -nomecurity, gps, oil 334-796-8174 Dodge'05 Caravan, 334-693-0685 SUPERIOR COURT OF
5o.5 cooler, many extra's. bNdual air DVD pwr CLAYTON COUNTYLr
:272 s Mitsubishi, '0 Galant $10,500.334-803-5008 S_4Z7 3 0 ti CLAYTO HT M
SFORD'08 Focu SES 209 er moh Harley Davidson '07 pd co nation. B. n a MLE
D2009 Lincoln MKS. Spcrtry Look. Mcro, Cll Rn Ellis RoadKing Classic, $5,50 334-792-5333i MINOR CHILD
2 siAWD.Navgation. 't nc wt Voice 334-1402. Excel., 6700 miles, Chewv ' e Yukon SLT,
shelter Erccupe u: CaD.ll 4 7ti . r c w iltVoice 33 ghi looks Extra's! $14,300. rear bucket seats, Dodge '96 Caravan. O
- Ar.tream Inrna. $34,200. 793-0095. Command.Sirus Sat- Nissan '05 Altima,2.5 334-369-8139 power lift gate, 3rd Runs good. $2,500. DO: October 4, 2009
Sonal price. 46J00. ellite. 6 CD Stereo. S 5 speed. 31k mi seat, white, 12K 793-7410/618-4913tonCB:ounty,RiverdalGeorgiay
28h7, Sleptrg , 21,00'drnioo , S13.000 ie new. $12.900 850- milesgaraged/ Dodge '96 Van, 15 kFORD '05F 150SLar LegalMother: M.M.
Scarria I Comen o 05 paco: for more A a '6 33 920, tur- 9 822994 perfect, $35,900. passenger. 118K at, Loaded, 4x4, 5.4 Case. No.
32ft. 3-slides, 2-A/C, and 100 pt.:o re. hnp:, ,home rr.,:om 334-692-4124 or miles, looks & runs V-8, Tow Package, 2009AA04332-6
5.5 K Generator, b5tate3, ion.r, . iom. nukfish NISSAN '06 Aftima 334-797-7603 good. Best Offe.r! Lth, sn , rrespe o te
loaded, no smoke, no 727-475 457 Special Edition.393-0064 r00 r 334-63-380i 0bo e
pets, Exc. Cond. 62,300k, all power, Chevy Tahoe '04 Z71, 334-693-3980 option. Like New TO DWIGHT MAL-

0 c0 A 269sunroof, tinted F'58(, white, tan interi- Fond '01 Winstar Van, 22k 253-722-7626 COLM HUNTER,
38B L, S ps 8, parts. D l Kadron 40 $ 50 W t Mn T ing K m s, $8,95 i., se ste areyDravidson '07 or. Sparking clean m base, r uns Whoselookopon. a
2 S leout, Loae, ca , co lete ih a Sales oo. o on roof, ir C , mis, as o omw a
iDutch03 n5 Wheel m io, li , & 190 mest M n y o wheels. sh Road King Custom, $16.900. 334-791-2812 seats,'98 pr steering. i ANY UNKNOWN, UN-














doriginal air cleaners. (334)c699-5880 clean, Like new* $8700334-702-4778. * top van. leather, ANrights to the child
sli334-des kept under cr946 sport Pe t $2.a. mantanice at dealer Pearl Yellow, 6-spd., ChDiesel 4Traai t pc aer, Q-bedg 2 TV's Na ED BIRTH FA-
shelter, excellent Erccupe Sun: al 334 9U. since i ought looks 3000mi.Loaded.Like bl.LS 31Km.AC i -53-2 THER OF .G.M. You
cond. $17,000 http:// wwv 5d.din.som 'Aj go d, and 0702 or 3343030grat newlAl waysllcovered 0Re ararEbalme e e tice nr be
t334-71-5506. eaachapter119E41$2200.1-334 1723 Gran A , Rada read$dentitled to object adis
r3 0ear jumpers r m tr body good co FORD 09 MustangC 62300 miles, 4 door, and garage kept. $15.000. 334-791-915 F to a petition hast
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DUTCHMAN 0w/26slide-outs $30 eawood228hyahoo. $450 334-740-2678 Bullitt, Highland autoYmE Anniversary Fat Boy, atc transom PLYMOUTH96 Grand cyl. 4 sp.$3900 trade pursuant to Georgia
Goo ondition. Green, 1000 mif io ike New conom di9 - I cludessr-b k Frd '0 ,, 4 nw t , ord SUV 4x4 229-33- Coter ate action 1
S ontiocom for more Acura' MDX tour- tion metallic blue ex- seat w/ backrest 6, WD, auto.60, ded.sde. powr se and ofCligations with
Sextrs $6, As g information Binedition., 63Kdeterior, charcoalinte- windshield, rush black. e7celler2 MUST SELL, runs respect to the refer-
payoff,334-794-8897 tl e mies, excel. cond., Still new. $26,500, rior, 2W, a/c, alarm, mufflers. $15,995. condition, new tires great 18K mi. black. enced child, and of
or 334-790-7918 FlightCessna 172 & 182 new tires. $22,300. 334-790-9431 alloys, am/f CD, 334-393-0064 101k .. 500 firm. MSTA5.50 oo. the child arising to
e ehangard , in K . B 334-434-0240 cruise, driver airbag, 334-61644468 FORD'804White E150 333467133772. him from the poten-
S condo. $2000 8 50-569- passenger airbag, PL, aviConersion, 42K mi, o tda parental relation-
S3Corvette $00 onver S OPS, PW, sun r02o0rd Exper new tires, dvd, seats FORD '77, FI00, 350, sh inc eluding the
2 Aut15000/ 36305 st. D ight Auto F- 7, good condo. 11,000 V8, long wheel base, right to inheritance,
Bose soun sytsem. Exc. cond.,ancing. 1-8 obo. 334-308-1112r auto, ps/pb, runs and requesting that
01 /2Tonl.Towable black leather fully loa. 30 . . looks good. $2,500. the child be commit-
Fift Parts/Misc. Om 650 9am/99 34 Ford'98 Windstarp, 334-735-5404do te
up g es e nce Ford '65 T-Bird, auto, Nissan '07 Altima HARLEY DAVIDSON e . 6 6L. Duay c y,
Travel Trailer'06 , Volkswagen Beetle BMW'00 3231 102K 390 4bbl, slide steer- 2.SL, Black, 34,200 Grnancing 1 800o i- 6cy., short wheel for the purpose of
38B-DSL, Sleeps 8, parts. Dual Kadron 40 $8,750 West Main ing, 69K miles, $8,995 m., bose stereo, '081200 Sportster OO 850-526-2491 m base, runs & ooks adoption.
2 Slideouts, Loaded, arbs, complete with Car Sales LLC obo. 334-671-5051 or moon roof, spoiler, Custom, 10 l miles, ask for Tom L good. 2,500.00
Like new. $20,500. manifold,linkage, & 1919 West Main St. 334-797-5051 leather int.very warranty , VLike new. ' Savannah Hi 334-735-5404 Yout ill lose a l
REDUCED!!!! original air cleaners (334) 699-880 334-699-5880 clean, Like new. $8,700, 334-702-4778. 6.2 995 West Main Car 2007 top van. leatherder of parenthe rightsild
Doge 2500,6.7 L Die- m .-CD oud 69,500 m., Good as est Daylight Auto F Harey Ultra Classin power, Q-bed, 2 details and will nt to the pro-





























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ca334- -4 rbs were just Ford '93 Taurus, runs $20,500 obo, 334-372- alumin ery clean, bagae e ti
rebuilt. $250: 4- 15" 3 Py ood, needs ACv s i 0702 or 334-432-0302. 12x36 Radial veyea n, bahow eiv to of n a
EMPI style 8 poke 2200. 1-334-475-1723 ready! $4,395. 334- entitled to object to
whe-. 4 lug. $250 Ford '93 Taurus, runs Nissan'08 Altima 2.5, - Swampers PS, PB, 793-3494 / 333-1291 theladoption of thet
forasking $15,800, white, AC, Auto, AM/FM CD child unless, within
r t29he set Let an ood needs AC. 4 door, automatic, $4800 obo. 850-762- - 30 days df receipt of
rS .a i for oth: Front _ $2200. 334-475-1723 22,000 miles. 9333 this notice you: (1)t
Rear bumpers Irom '0032C. Ford 95'Mustang,Co- 334-718-7555 FORD '86 F-350 1 ton file a petition to le-
6M ' 00 325ct C nv. flabe dum ti el
Franklin '05 Heritages, 19 Super c tl e. 89K $10,900 West nvertable $2500850- H n flatbed dumptruck,6 gitimate the child
R t a73n20A H iIeghtr aer yea . 04 5
40' w/2 slide-outs $30 eac; Front & a les LC 72-0256 B Y. AnniM EPLYMOTH '96 G d cyl.4sp.$3,900 trade pursuant to Georgia
awnings, 2DR, garden Rear fenders from copaer-black 6-spd. Voyager, 4 newtires, forSUV4x4229-334- Code Section 19-7-22
tub with shower, 19 ter 1919 West Main St. mH S r Btle, 1j aedg p e, new 8520, 334- 355-1202 in the Superior Court
W&D, CHA. Lots of 30 each; 2 Decklids 334-699-5880 -..ite ray ,ntenr. Lke new. $16,600, power steering of Clayton County,
extra's. $20K. 334- from 1971 Super BMW '98 740iL, blue/ .lunrol. alloy hls. 334-726-6799. m. eryclean. Georgia: (2) file no-
347-4626/333-0309. Beetle, $30 each. tan, exc. 82K, garage K miles . 16.70 l Harley Davidso'0 Jeep10 ra ow mileage. $3.50 ic o the filing of
Call 334-322-1528 kept, $11,500. 334- 334-693.030 Ele-tra Gide Classic, Cherokee Limited OBO 334-687-984c or the petition to legiti-
291RLTSFth wheel ' ord oMust n A-Nissan '08 Versa 4000 miles. 1 year 93K $6,995 West 3ioC5rk5- 11f Sperior




































593-5103 _ 2004 Lir,,-lr, n J - 4.:r. cold ed.$16,0)0. 334-897 Rwd. i4500.334-726- Main Car Sales LLC oome 334-347-1233. .-r
rear living, dual to V-6 runs good Great Gas Mileage, warranty left. Main Car9 ales LLC c St. CHEVYurt 'of Clayton
recliners, freestand-power windows, Like New $500 own $17000. 334-618-4430 4191 .699-5880 T s-H y Ford ' . 91 Tr






































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gen. 3 sl1$SAT2C2STV, 2 5.0r.C-S;vm a DHEVROLET 09 a src.. bvll iodos. steer- Ec cond. $ 2 5 power Windows, T HE
ingA tableew/4chairs, R seat, & door locks. $250mo. CallSteve male3 2 Davidson'08 e '1 Cm lock , lt Cr bedaine Bo v d
.queen bed, slides, CD, ext. set of rims. Hatcher334-791-8243 w er lessthan Chevrolet'06 1500 chrome rimsgood Jonesboro, Georgia







































tow/brake system, 4 door. automa. M 334718-1168 50- $25,995 OBO 714-1142
no smoined, k mies, $3,500. One 334-632a 3K mi. baNk, warre1n- Silverado WT, ex- condt on. $18V0 OO. 30236 and (3) provide
Like new! only, $ BW 545i sedan, 4 0127 / 334-797-9115 Oldsmobile '94 Ma r cn Rect cnd. tended cab. Good 334-798-176r notice of the filing to









































jeep, both in great Marquis Great Con. AM/FM, bucket seats West Main Street fractured. 20K m1les. offer334-449-8484 $16,895. Svc @
334-791-4192 door, loaded, V8 saramyshelleturner Regency, i $500 0820 Btyperfct cond., Josie Redwine, Es
Super clean, 50K mi. '05 Le Sabre y o334-702-4026 l Frd '7 Raner E. qire, 20 Sandy
new brakes & tires Limited 60K $9,995 850-526-2790 334-798-3352 CaFord7 Ranger t. qPlais Road, Building
Cabrruns a eat. PlainrsRoa, g
$24,995. 334-701-5550 West Main CarSales Ford '98 Mustang C- Oldsmobile'94 Harley Davidson'96 Looks good.$3400
LLC 1919 West Main bra, cony, 5 spd, Regency, $500 OBO Fatboy, red'& white, Jep '02 Wrangler X, OBO. 334-493-7712 30066.
Corvette 02' Conver- St. (334) 699-5880 $7,900.334-632-1100 334-702-4026 13K miles, great SUV. 5-spd. 6-cyl.
tible auto, 405 HP 1t. -p. You are further ad-
12-CD changer w/ CADILLAC '06 DTS Frd'99 Taurus. 4 shape, $8,500. WD.K. Great cnd. are further ad-
Bose sound sytsem. Exc. cond., leather door. aii power. I10k cP 334.899'1212 $11,500. vised that if the child
KEYSTONE COUGAR 58K mi. Black w/ seats, 4dr, beigeint. ilei. Great shape 71.9-930-4976. is legitimate by his
'01, 1/2TonTowable black leather, fully loaded. $12,900. $3,200 334-685-0560 ': Chevy '04 Silverado biological father and
Fifth Wheel, lots of $24,000. 334-299-3739 334-701-1836 Honda ':3 Accord EX. 3500, Ton. Sharpe, in the subsequent
up grades, very nice, Cadillac '94 lac.tk. leather, sun- Duramax. 6 6L. Dually theadoption for adop-
Reese hitch included, Fleetwood. Top crn- roof. very nice. Pontiac '01 GranAm Tow Pkg,/power trail- GMC'81 1500 C. thpeii fr o-
Reee n cluded,900 dition. 334.693-3980 $I0.500.334-726-1215. 114K $3,995 West ig mirrorscrew Excellent running
Like new.$10,900conditin. Restored, drawn with prejudice
850-718-5243. N-Honda '04 Civic Main Car Sales LLC Harley Sportster 06" cab, t bed. Loaded $3000OB0. or denied by the
under 103K ml. 1919 West Man S. Orange 1200R, Vance Lexus '00 RX300 128K $23.000. 334-677-6715 court, then a surren-
REDUCED $6,500. 618-05 334-699-5880 & Hines Short Shots, $8,995 West Main Car 2007 Copper Cannon
COMPLETE SET-UPCar 2007CoprCannon nal release for
5th wheel,'08Jayco FORD '05 500 SLE. Honda '06CivicGray Pontiac'98GrandAm braided lines, 8,900 Sales LLC 1919 West Keystone 5th wheel adoption executed
Eagle, 291RLTS & '07 Red. great cno 41K ,4dr, a/c, 5sp, power. $375 down, 0% Inter- mi $7,995. 794-8037 Main St. 334-6995880 w. 2 slides. sharp. by the legal mother
Dodge 2500, 6.7 L Die- me. 6-Dourd 69,500mi.,Goodas est Daylight Auto F- Harley Ultra Classic Callfordetails pursuant to the pro-
sel sliding hitch 'Sem , Ou 080 Cherolt'2Cma, mileage&condition. nancing 1-800-470- '07 15K miles, new $ 30.000. Offers. visions of subsection
System 3-9- 4 5-355G0aihevroga'02Camarotileages&conditionsys- nming$5,500,o a'
$1K. 334-791-4192 334-695-3550 V e$11,500. 334-243-4166 0650 9am/9pm tires, extras, garage ' (334805C4906. . I fode Section
V6 engine, metalic kept9-8-4. 19-8-5, or 19-
REDMitsubishi '06 Raider blue, cold AC, CD Honda '07 Civic Range '99 Rover HSE kept. $16,000. 334- 5 3384.19--4,909.-5b or
REDUCED Montana Duro Cross, Crew Coupe Touch screen 4.6, fully loaded, 115K 794-5296 or 596-5098 GMC 95 Yukon - snal be dissolved
'05 5th Wheel, 4 Cab, V8, Loaded, 32K Player, smoked GPS navigation sys- Mi., $5,500, Call(334) Honda'03 Shadow Z, 4 wheel drive. by operation of law
slides, king bed, $14,500. 334-791-0646 T-Tops, 161k miles, tem, DVD player, 26K 797-0768 Ace Deluxe, 750 CC, Mercedes '05 ML350, red. $3or. 376K and n3r parental
miles. $3.300.. 334. rights shall be re-
850-547-2808$5000, good cond., mi., black, $13,000 ** Reduced: LEXUS lots of accessories, tan, SUV. Auto.6-cyl. . 7014264.70-8670 stored o her. The
Sabre bPaam850-547-2808 ino Automobiles 334-797-2706 786-223-2278. '92 Runs great! 24K miles, $3500 AWD. 42,000, Loaded, fact that the- legal
Sare'08, 28 f 5Palamin forSale Honda '01 Civ;c EK Looks good! $4,000, FIRM. 334-494-6808 Powr ster, mother executed a
'08pfr, 28 ftle 5 whee , , I f der. coup . Sp. Jack 239-464-0985 surrender of parental
camper, 3 slides, - iver. cup.5sp. Jack 239464-0985 Honda 03'VTX 1800 A/C, AM/FM, stereo, Chevy '05 Silverado. h i Finalrelease
many extras, clean, '-mincolnTown Car "3.2---0or SUZUKI '93 GSX1100G Exc. Cond. Red in col- runswell, low miles, Only 53.000 miles. Navistar 98 Eagle, ght' final rele
sacrifice @ $29k 850- 17,600 miles, light 80. $1 3 112 $ 2500. or trade for 4 or new chrome. Inofornt adis option now
593-5675 blue.Very good wheeier21K 714-9380 $6200. 334-308 1395 newtires, sunroof, ulatOne Owner. Immac- with2neCummings dissolved, shall not
condition. $23,900.,. leather int. very ulat. 334-793-0095 engine, new tires, all admissible evi-
R 334-793-2070 ' Toyota'04 Sequo-ha. clean, lienew equipmentlir, cluded dnce in- any pro-
MoorHomes/RVs Chesrole!t '08 Malbu loaded. Great Condi- 22,000. 3392- ecelent running ceedings against the
LT. Maroon with gray ' tlion. $18,000 . 20.condition. $10.500 legal mother.
5th Wheel '06 RV ,neror. cylinder, 99-65945 Witness the honora-
Outback by Sidney, XM r-dio. CD, onstar, Toyota'05 Malri, Wie the onor
sleeps 6, w/ living rm -o 12rd 0C mlst ' THONDAo'o; aCCORD S a t. i , M UST o C Superior

$15,000.4-47-797 $1.u5sD. a/c. Good cond. month Call Steve 250cc 68 MPG gar. 17 ,o November, rus l.
Concord Coachman � Rebuilt motor Hatcher 334.791-8�43 kept I owner esc sunroot. leather DVD - November 19, 26. D
'05 Motor Home. 23' 2,',j) H,'.r,da CGic. $2 0 33 '819d c$ond3 6,900 ml. entertainment sy, ember .ry
long 2700mi, Take Li' n~es. Sell Bets Doljn3 Volkswagen('l6 Bee- $2 ,95i350 334-797-2866 Great cond. $12,500,
over payments.850- tiADA 1334' 793(jil~v5,E Honda 933 Ac di~ miles, 40MPG. load- Honda '07 Shadow 168K $4,500 West cell 910-584-8773 F IN D
593-5103 2004 Llr-irn ?iuiiiII -e q l 4�r 0 d el. $16,03)0, 334-897 Red. $4s500. 334-726- MainCar Sales LLC home 334-347-1233.
Cruise Master LE, '05, Town,:ar. Sier. AC. nw enAl, 5 . 2C12or49 c 314.672-1655 HE 6,r334-677-5489 l9l9WestMa inSt. CHEY'66, custom
- r 334-699-5880 Vs, ps/pb,swb, auto, Nissan 09' TitanSE FAST
36ft workhorse chas- Volkswagon '69 Duel Honda '07 Vrx runs & looks good. V8 King Cab Black
ala 8 s $ 54 ll 6l6-4.6a ,c Port 16,0. eng over- 1300C, burgundy Needs some work. Auto trans only 5K IN
22k mi., no smk, 7kw $12,8,. Cj . 18.553 . haul Dec. '08.New tie red 3021 mm. $2,500. 334-735-5404 mi. Factory Warn.
gen.3.SAT2T,2 , .;- " Crod. ball io,nts, steer- E ,- cond. $6,900. power windows, THE
A/C, auto leveling, R "' .i~~t' rhjinhiJ LT. rerrT,,.' ._ _; ing dampner, no m "' 3317-0402 Chevy '71 El Camino, lock, Tilt Cruise, bed
cam. Roadmaster '. '4r 54'*.' starr. 9.210 Tiles. ___ jor ruit. $2u0 34 350 Engine, $7500 liner, running bds CLASSIFIEDS
tow/brake system, 4 d';'r. a1t.-rti 314718-1188 850- 594-3282 $25,995 OBO 714-1142
'05 Jeep Wrangler trar,srri. -il.:,n. L,. 4 HONDA '09 230 CRF
Unlimited, 41k mi ,Ne -,:lndi.,n. :,r lvy'r INFINITI '0 13 11 12h VOLVO '0" \FC 0. Dirt Bike. Like new, NISSAN '05 Murano
Auto air, 6 cyl, $75k eerit-ror. ,hircal ,r $.'.;'3- wer Ma~n C 2r O(can Racr Edition. Strll under warranty. Ithr, sunrf, ( Dothan
w/jeep, $60k without 2006 Mercry Gr rhd terror, 2VD. ABS. AC. .al_- -LILL':. I 19 556 ot o r8600 mn- an- $32.90 or best Lemon Lot, 68K, 6CD,
jeep, both in great Marquis. GreatCon- AM/FM, bucket seats West Main Street ufactured. 20K miles. offer334-449-8484 $16,895. Svc .
cond. selling due to edition. One Owner. CD, cruise, driver (334) 699-5880 Retails for $53,225. Bondy's. vmancil
health. Fin. avail. @ Less than NADA. airbag, passenger will sell for $31,700. ,4.hc.tma;l.com
Peoples First, WAC. 334-793-0095 ainbag, PL, PS, PW . 334.671 .124 3-34.92-5.'96
850-352-2810 $22,000. (903)467- VW ,',i) NesW BvvtIe
Damon '9631 ft, new -Turb-. A'I. sun-ro-t.
-tires, full tank of gas, Chevrolel '93 C' leather. 5 'Dr.
5k miles, 2 well car r,,, whit.. ',i sette, runs great, e .
792-0619 nef tlre', $4130(, laguar ',' rpe ,. 3.1 $5.5,0 .347;'9(.2144 Monster energy ed,-
334I ;92.i018 Sp,,rt $8495 West , VW 08 Jetta -ton , p-er, pc-we.
Home, Class CM22' 0 r..ur v er l2e.'m t t.1 ,in Can Sales LLC MUST SELL! flow air filter, low Nissan '07 Pathfinder
lono. oond shane. rri,- r. Pr-rri,-r. V'6 B' r,- i ,. -,-,, ,, . n $250 down $249 per miles. $10.500. SE. Black. Auto. 43K


A/C, 'eerythin t.u S' . i.j. ' .j3- month Cll Ron Ellis 334-790-1852. mi. leather int., 3rd
works, $2500 850- Chevy 3 TMalo Motor Scooter row seat, Like new.

s d,i 'loaded CHA2 r LEU9S . 3 3- 9-321 Clean Out Your Bedroom andI


SnWest Main Street Chevy � I U KrIeN *93MGSX1100G *" Tlbrnthe Furnituire You ve
fbp, wk. horse, 8.1 CHEVY'06, ,rTa CLSS1IEDS Rni Like New09250R9
gas, 5,900 mi. $100k 4-,',rev, .7T3 ,T,, 'n. . ikeet 3,500. mi.r
O D 334-898-1201 "eri, Lke . LEXUS '0 -ES~O 98K3 5334-692-3211
)06 %Izrc u v fl 3 34-79S- $6,900 West MainCan Classics &Antiques LeaveMess
L n,.:." i181:.. .6-.1712 J11 Sales LLC 1919 La Ms --. 1
orrtradeoicf or4 SBURBAN '02 153Ka.t eF n ur Yo '
� r'.l3 I Ii"' .,: r.-.r,v.nr,-,i,. . (334) 699-5880 Chevy - 85 Silverado $2500 or trade for 4 $8.O00 West Main Car
' Pun g':.'. . !,iil ._.,, LEXUS '99 LX 470, E:-.,ll-rt ,:, mn 3l r, We21 l Sile, rowLi I t as
l52F.1i'. BWhite, 154K miles, 51) Ei-i Ii . i WE-i Main Si3reet OutgrowIn Into Cash.
E-cellent Condition r t t , 3 31 16w9 5__ 880_
FORD '-.7!..,r3,r "13 5-,' 134-687-6831T
e -r r:in:o ::rM , , wncar. Mbla . talr, ..t. olly That old furniture might not be the right fit for you anymore,
:,,: rn.p ni:lc; er-,=n. :r run, and Ibo. Ioade-i. nas . $28.,)0
. .. ... 1 9 r air,.-r Edition, nice ,Dr,.al $-"..c 1.i4"
$ 3 ? :, ,, 1, 6, 72h , dle $6995 . *..' . 1 334-3u3 6401 but chances are someone out there would love it, By using the
.'0; Fr': E"o-g, 3'3 83 4 3' ,095. $6995rIc
Tioga Arrow 27ft SEL Plus, loaded. Model A 1929, 2 dr, Type)955 Fi/ST Sport { Trailers-Tractors Classifieds, you'll make it easier for them to find, and easier
Motorhome'86, Leather, 17,000 miles. Corvette '07 Auto, excellent driver, has Bike, carbon exh., nw for you to sell, S try it today!
white,Auto.8 cyl. 334 793 0095 3LT, Loaded, Chrome m rr .,:,ng traler. tires, brakes, 334- yU s . o y I dy
Pow.brakes & steer- Wheels, Victory Red, $ 15..i,,l 50 .4812 ..:2 693-9390 or 701-5588 231 Massey Fergu-
ing, A/C, AM/FM, Subaru 1993 right Like New, with 5.0 -.l": 8.4. son, 1541 hours, 38hp
runs well, low hand drive steering Warranty. $38,750. You name it... with disc, $8500,
o wheel, new transmis-M JACKSON COUNTY FLORIDAN
miles,Fair cond.Has heel, new trans 334-678-2131 , Classified has ittl! 334-792-8018
leak damage. $6000. sion, new timing belt, JACKSON COUNTY FLORIDAN
leak damag. tires, and brakes, Corvette '99 cony, Mercedes 9?7 E. r .-' .ALL-in-one trans-
g850 526 2840. _ many more new pewter with black E420 133K $6,500 PONTIAC - 67 GTO YAMAHA '08 V V-star plant mach. bedder (850) 526-3614 (800) 779-2557
Need a New Home? parts, low mileage, interior, auto, 84k West Main Car Sales Excellent condition. 250, burgendy, 1836 plastic applicator. ) -
Call for more details miles. $15,500. 334- LLC 1919 West Main $20,000 OBO. BLUE miles. $2695. 334-693- Drip tape $3,100.,
Check out le Classfleds 229-524-2451 596-1694 St. 334-699-5880 WHITE. (334)389-0554 5454 334-701-1836
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