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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)-
General Note:
"Independent."

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School repurposed for tourists


BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FL.ORIDAN STAFF WRITER .
Michael J. Setboun may have already
endeared himself forever to the matriarchs
of Jackson County - he named his new
bed and breakfast after his mother.
A transported Frenchman who moved
from Paris to Panama City about two years
ago, Setboun has transformed the old
Alford schoolhouse into an upscale inn
with an international theme. It is located
at 2388 Park Ave., just off U.S. Highway
231.
He turned one of the school's two build-
ings into a gathering place which he hopes
to rent for proms, weddings and other
large groups. The other building contains
the rooms.
He calls it "La Maison de Lucy." Over
the course of about two years, his mother,
Lucy, and his father, Charles, helped him
get it ready for business. It is expected to
open in about two weeks. An open
house/ribbon cutting is set for Dec. 2,
from noonto 2 p.m. The public is invited
to come and see for themselves the color-,
ful rooms.
The walls of one, the "Morocco" room,
are deep aqua, with black and gold accent
furniture, while the walls of the "Mexico"
room are bright orange. The "Hollywood"
room is a study in pink, black and silver,
and has pictures of screen legends like
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County has no regrets on Country Crossing


BY LANCE GRIFFIN
MEDIA GENERAL NEWS SERVICE
DOTHAN, Ala. - Ask
any member of the
Houston County
Commission why they
decided to redefine bingo
in 2008 and enter into an
agreement with Country
Crossing, and they will tell
you it wasxall about jobs.
But for District 4
Commissioner Phil
Forrester, it was about jobs
and more.
Forrester, the product of
a dairy farming family,
began his college-education
at Auburn University in the
1950s, but later decided he
wanted to go far away to
school, and wound up at
the , University of
Wisconsin.
Forrester recalls the reac-
tion of Wisconsin students
when he told them he was
from Dothan.
"Even then," Forrester
said. "The people that rec-
ognized Dothan, recog-
nized it as a place they
drove through on the way
to the beach, or somewhere
else in Florida.
"In 50 years, nothing has
really changed," he said.
For Forrester, Country
Crossing represents some-
thing' that will make travel-
ers not only stop and spend
a couple of days in Dothan
on their way somewhere
else, but actually plan a trip
to Dothan as the only desti-
nation.


Ronnie Gilley speaks to a crowd of supporters during aMarch groundbreaking cer-
emony for the first building to be constructed in the Country Crossing development.
Country Crossing officially opens Dec. 1. - Jay Hare / Dothan Eagle-


The fact that it took gam-
bling in the form of elec-
tronic bingo to make the
mega-project . happen
leaves Forrester and the
rest of the commissioners
with mixed emotions.
"I'm not a gambler,"
Commissioner Bobby
Snellgrove said. "Then
again, I guess I know I do
gamble to an extent
because I buy stocks on the
market and I sell them, and
I'm in it to make money."
Since commissioners
voted to allow electronic


bingo at Country Crossing
in February of 2008, a
series of lawsuits have led
to court rulings which have
attempted to address 'the
issue of legality. However,
even after - a recent
Alabama Supreme Curt
ruling that defines bingo,
opinions still differ. Many
believe a statewide referen-
dum on the issue will be
the only true way to settle
the matter.
Some commissioners
said they expected a strong
backlash from the commu-


nity after the 2008 vote, but
most said' they were sur-
prised at what they say has
been widespread support
for their affirmative vote.
"I did have some back-
lash, but overall the
response to me was about
10 to one thanking me for
standing and supporting it,"
Commissioner Frances
Cook said.
Snellgrove said he wel-
comed responses from
those opposed to the devel-
See COUNTRY, Page 9A >


COUNTY CROSSING TIMELINE


May 21, 2007
Alabama House passes an "enterprise zone"'
bill that would allow the sale of alcoholic bever-
ages inside Coffee County at the future site of
the BamaJam concerts. The location was the
original site for Country Crossing.
Feb. 25, 2008
Ronnie Gilley, George Jones and others
make a splash at the Houston County
Commission meeting by announcing intentions
to relocate Country Crossing to Houston
County; complete with themed'restaurants, din-
ner theaters, retail complex, amphitheater,
theme park and electronic bingo pavilion.
March 6, 2008
A group of local businessmen and pastors
gather at Calvary Baptist Church to express
opposition to electronic bingo at Country
Crossing and vow to fight its existence.
March 25, 2008
Gilley announces 771-acre location off
Smithville Road as initial site for Country


Crossing.
April 3, 2008
Sen. Harri Anne Smith, R-Slocomb, intro-
duces a bill in the Alabama Senate that would
redefine bingo in Houston County as a game
played on paper cards only, which would kill the
Country Crossing project. A similar bill in the
Alabama House is introduced by.Rep. Benjamin
Lewis, R-Dothan.
April 17, 2008
Citing overwhelming response from her con-
stituents, Smith withdraws the bill in the
Alabama Senate that would have limited the
definition of bingo to the game played on paper
cards only. Lewis' bill in the Alabama House
dies for lack of action.
Oct. 12, 2008
After arrowheads and Native American
pottery were found on the original Country
Crossing site, triggering new studies of the
land, Gilley announces the purchase of
375.2 acres further south on Highway 231,


closer to the Florida state line.
Oct. 27, 2008
First official groundbreaking at Country
Crossing on Highway 231 South.
Jan. 3, 2009
Gilley said. he has received offers to move
Country Crossing to Florida, as well.as casino-
friendly Mississippi, but vows to open the
development in Houston County.
Jan. 10, 2009
Music artists: Travis Tritt and Keyshia Cole
headline a Country Crossing rally at Rip Hewes
Stadium, organized days after Gov. Bob Riley
announced the creation of a Task Force on
Illegal Gambling.
Jan. 23, 2009
Citing the economic downturn and some
investors pulling out of the project, Ronnie
Gilley announces that Phase 1 of Country
Crossing will be scaled back. The bingo pavil-
ion, he said, would be 40,000 square feet


instead of the original projection of 160,000
square feet.
March 2, 2009
Ground broken on George Jones Bed and
Breakfast.,
Oct. 29, 2009
Officials with Country Crossing claim Gov.
Bob Riley is attempting to block the shipment
of electronic bingo machines into Alabama.
Riley said he has contacted gaming commis-
sions in states where bingo.machines are man-
ufactured to make sure manufacturers adhere
to the law.
Nov. 13, 2009
The Alabama Supreme Court issues a legal
definition of bingo in the form of a 6-part test
that includes active participation from bingo
participants, up to and including'yelling "bingo"
after winning a game.
Dec. 1,2009
Official opening of.Country Crossing.


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Revenue distribution

to charities: still unclear
BY LANCE GRIFFIN
MEDIA GENERAL NEWS SERVICE
DOTHAN, Ala. - On the eve of Country
Crossing's opening, details remain sketchy about the
process in determining how much of the proceeds
from electronic charitable bingo will be made avail-
able to Wiregrass charities.
Bingo regulations approved by the Houston County
Commission require all "net revenue" from electron-
ic bingo in Houston County to be set aside for chari-
table or educational distribution. But how net revenue
will be determined remains unclear.
."There are expenses, leases, licensing agreements
and other things that have to cpme out of (total rev-
enue) in order to operate," Houston County
Commission Chairman Mark Culver said. "After that,
all the net revenue goes for distribution."
According to the 2008 bingo regulations passed by
the commission, "bingo expenses" are defined as: "all
expenses: incurred in connection with the holding,
operating and ,conducting of bingo games in accor-
dance with Amendment 569 to the Constitution of
Alabama 1901, including but not limited to, the fol-
lowing expenses: Bingo equipment, the payment of
services necessary for. the repair of bingo equipment,
payment ot prizes, rental for the location, utilities,
janitorial services, security services, banking servic-
es, .permit fees, taxes and permit fees, insurance pre-
miums and maintenance."
Also, according to a 2004 opinion from Attorney
General Troy King, the project's developer can be
paid through what is known as a Development and
License Agreement or a Trademark License
Agreement.
"As long as the club (operating bingo) is not paying
any consulting fees, compensation, or salary of any
individual for the operation of the bingo games, the
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Getting it
Right!

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


November 30 - Monday
* Beginning today, the start of Golson
Elementary's school day is 8:30 a.m. Parents
may drop students off at 7:30 a.m. or after;
classes begin at 8:30 a.m. The school day's
ending time will not change.
* A Marianna High School Project
Graduation meeting starts at 5:30 p.m. in the
St. Luke's Episcopal Church Parish Hall,
4362 Lafayette St., Marianna. All parents of
MHS seniors are encouraged to attend. Call
482-7507.
* The Jackson County branch of the
NAACP presents a town hall meeting to dis-
cuss issues concerning the Arthur G. Dozier
School for Boys, 6 p.m. in the County
Commission office across from the court-
house in Marianna.
* A Sneads High School Project
Graduation 'meeting starts at 6:30 p.m. in the
SHS library.
* 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.

December 1 - Tuesday
* St. Anne Thrift Shop Pre-Christmas
Clothing Sale, Dec..1-17 - Buy one, get
second for half price., Hours: 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Tuesday and Thursday; 4287 Second -Ave.,
*Marianna.
* Optimist Club of Jackson County meets
every first and third Tuesday, at noon, in
Jim's Buffet and Grill in Marianna.
* Christine Gilbert teaches free quilting,
crocheting or knitting classes Tuesdays at 1
p.m. at the Jackson County Senior Citizens
center, 2931 Optimist Drive, Marianna. Call
482-5028.
* Grand Ridge School Advisory Council
meets at 5 p.m. in the school media center.
* The Town of Grand Ridge public work-
shop is at 6 p.m. at the Grand Ridge Town
Hall. Tony Arrant with the Florida Institute of
Government will discuss the town's
Comprehensive Plan update.
* Alcoholics Anonymous has an open
meeting Tuesdays, 8-9 p.m. at the First
United Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia
St., Marianna. Meet in the AA room.


MARIANNA POLICE stops and one theft. .
The Marianna Police
Department listed the fol- JACKSON COUNTY
lowing incidents for Nov. SHERIFF'S OFFICE
26 and 27, the latest The Jackson County
available reports: One Sheriff's Office listed the
drunk pedestrian, one following incidents for
traffic accident, Nov. 26 and 27, the
three suspicious -,- '..-2- latest available
persons, one infor- -'- reports: Four aban-
mation report, two .--J- - _- doned vehicles, six
residential burgla-r(IR'ME alarms, one animal
ries, two distur- ' -- complaint, four
bances, five burglar assaults, four agency
alarms, one shooting in assists, one child abuse
the area, one larceny, one report, one civil dispute,
vandalism/ criminal- mis- one criminal
chief complaint, two civil mischief/vandalism coin-
disputes, one sex offense, plaint, one disabled vehi-
one patrol request, one cle, five disturbances, 16
warrant arrest, 29 traffic EMS calls, two fires, one


December 2 -'Wednesday
* Tips for Tots, 11' a.m. to 9 p.m. at
Sonny's Real Pit' Bar-B-Q, 2250 Highway 71
in. Marianna. Local celebrities work to raise
money for the Jackson County Christmas
Fund. Call 526-7274.
* The Parkinson's Support Group meets at
noon in Jackson Hospital's ground floor edu-
cation classroom, 4250 Hospital Drive,
Marianna. Dr. Steven Spence of Internal
Medicine Associates will present "Medical
Problems Commonly Associated with
Parkinson's Disease." Lunch provided.
Caregivers welcome. No cost.
* The Jackson County Chamber of
Commerce-will conduct a ribbon cutting cer-
e.mony for La Maison de Lucy International.
Bed & Breakfast & Conference Center, 2388
Park Ave., Alford, at noon. See the extensive
renovations that have transformed the old
Alford schoolhouse into a B&B. Call 579-
0138 or 482-8060.
* Alcoholics Anonymous has an open
meeting Wednesdays, 12-1 p.m. at the First
United Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia
St., Marianna. Meet in the AA room.
* The Chipola Colleges First Generation in
College Scholarship application deadline for
the Spring 2010 semester is 4 p.m. at the
Foundation Office.. Four $1,000 scholarships
may be awarded to qualified students.
Applications are available in the Foundation
Office. Call 718-2445.

December 3 - Thursday
* Covenant Hospice offers its free monthly
support group for caregivers of Alzheimer's
the first Thursday of every month, 9-10 a.m.
at the Marianna office, 4440 Lafayette St.,
across from the courthouse. Light refresh-
ments will be served. Registration required;
call 482-8520 or 888-817-2191.
** St.. Anne Thrift Shop Pre-Christmas
Clothing Sale, Dec. 1-17 - Buy one, get
second for half price. Hours: 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Tuesday and Thursday; 4287 Second Ave.,
Marianna.
* The Jackson County Chamber of
Commerce will conduct a ribbon cutting cer-
emony for the grand re-opening of the office
of Dr. John Kurpa, Chiropractic Neurologist,
4261 Lafayette St., Marianna, at noon. An


funeral escort, one infor-
mation report, one miscel-
laneous escort, one pedes-
trian/hitchhiker com-
plaint, two patrol requests,
one public service call,
one retail theft/gas skip,
one stolen vehicle, seven
suspicious person/ inci-
dent/vehicle complaints,
one threat, one traffic
accident, 23 traffic stops,
one warrant arrest and
three reckless drivers.
JACKSON COUNTY
CORRECTIONAL
FACILITY
The following people
were booked into the
county jail during the lat-


open house and refreshments will follow.
Call 482-3696 or 482-8060.
* The 19th Anrnual Jackson Hospital
Foundation Lights of Love ceremony is at 5
p.m. on the front lawn of Jackson Hospital.-
Lights are $10 each; stars, $25 each. The
tree-lighting will be accompanied by music,
from the Golson Elementary School Second
Grade Chorus. Call 718-2601.
* The Town of Grand Ridge's regular
monthly meeting is at 5:30 p.m. in the Grand
Ridge Town Hall. A public hearing follows at
6 p.m. 'to read proposed Ordinance No.
2009-07 for Annexation of Real Property for
Watts, McDaniel and Harrison.
* The Covenant Hospice Tree of Lights - A
Celebration of Life ceremony begins at 6
p.m. at Evangel Worship Center, 2645
Pebble Hill Road, Marianna. Remember the
'lives of loved ones and celebrate the holi-
days. Free With refreshments, entertainment.
.Call 482-8520.
* The William Dunaway Chapter, Florida
Society, Sons of the American Revolution
will meet at Jim's-Buffet and Grill, starting at
6:30 p.m. with the Dutch treat meal. Anyone
interested in the SAR is welcome. Call 594-
6664.
* Alcoholics Anonymous meets Thursdays
for a "closed discussion," 8-9 p.m. at the
First United Methodist Church, 2901
Caledonia St., Marianna. Meet in the AA
room. Attendance limited to persons with a
desire to stop drinking.

December 4 - Friday
* Jackson County Habitat for Humanity
Warehouse is open the first weekend of
every month. Hours of operation are Friday,
9 a.m. to 5 p.m.; and Saturday 9 a.m. to 2
p.m.
*' 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,
music, testimonies and fellowship. Child care
available. Call 209-7856 or 573-1131.
. * AA has an open meeting Fridays, 8-9
p.m. at First United Methodist Church, 2901
Caledonia St., Marianna, in the AA room.


est reporting period:
-James Futch, 52, 914
10086 Terrace Lane,
McAlpin, hold for Citrus
County.
-Donald Mabry, 47, 739
Mill Road, Alford, driving
under the influence.
-Servilio Veitia, 50,
2804 54th St., Lehigh,
theft.
-Kary Butler, 36,' 4253
Matties Lane, Marianna,
making false statements to
obtain property or credit.
-John Balcom, 48, 2663
Highway 2, Campbellton,
driving while license sus-
pended/revoked.
-Billy McKinnon, 41,
2777 Panhandle Road,


Marianna, driving while
license suspended/
revoked.
-John McNeal, 32, 905
Post Oak Drive, Dothan,.
Ala., uttering a forged
"instrument.
-Alexis Montbya, 28,
5810 2nd Ave.,
Birmingham, Ala., no
valid driver's license.

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JACKSON COUNTY LIFE


Jackson County Floridan * Sunday, November 29, 2009 - 3A


Harrison, Mehringer


The Rev. Dan Harrison and
Leisa Harrison of
Montgomery, Ala. announce
the engagement of their
daughter, Amanda Lee
Harrison, to Jeremy Scott
Mehringer. He is the son, of
Scott Mehringer and Linda
Mehringer of Red Oak, Texas.
Grandparents of the bride-to-
be are H.R. Nix and the late
Mary Beth Nix of Hughes
Springs, Texas; and Ralph
Harrison and Ruby Harrison
of Marianna.
The prospective groom is
the grandson of Bob
Huskerson and Mary Ellen
Huskerson of Red Oak; and
Phillip Mehringer and
Maureen .Mehringer . of


Midland, Texas..
She is a 2003 graduate of
Bartram Trail High School and
received a Bachelor of Science
degree in business
administration from East
Texas Baptist University. She
is employed with Dallas
Baptist University in Dallas.
He is a 2005 graduate of Red
Oak High School and received
a Bachelor of Arts degree in
human relations from East
Texas Baptist University. He
recently completed EMT and
fire academy, training to
become a firefighter.
The wedding will take place
Jan. 2, 2010, at 5 p.m at First
Baptist Church of Paris, TX.


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anniversary announcements
are published in the Sunday
edition of the Jackson County
Fl6ridan. E-mail your photo
and the relevant information to
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Submit announcements at
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desired publication date.
Announcements are $.75
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they run. Cash, checks or cred-
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The deadline to proof and pay
is 5 p.m. on the Thursday prior
to publication date.
Announcements will appear
once.
Celebrating 50, 65 or more
years of marriage? We'll pub-
lish it for free. For other
anniversary years, the, above
rates apply.
Birthdays for children 12
and under are published for
free. For other ages, the above
rates apply.


Cook,

Krieger
Mr. Glenn Cook is pleased
to announce the engagement
of his daughter, Rachel Kelli,
to James Charles Krieger II,
son of Mr. James Krieger of'
Tampa, and th te Ms. Gay le
Crumpler of Marianna.
Rachel is the granddaughter
of Floyd and Jean Cook of
Chipley, and Louise Scroggins
and the late George Scroggins
of Dothan, Ala.
She is a 2008 graduate of
Chipley High School and will
graduate from Chipola College
in spring 2010. She plans to
pursue a bachelor's'degree in
radiologic sciences.
James is the grandson of the
late Dr. Howard G. and Esther
Krieger of.Belleair Beach, and
the late Mr. Ralph and Jewell
Crumpler of Wewahitchka.
He is a 2005 graduate of
Marianna High School and a
2009 graduate of the Chipola
College, where he earned a
Bachelor of Applied Science
degree in business
management.
. A June 2010 wedding is
planned.


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Gilbert is 1
E'Shiya Mahki Gilbert of
Marianna celebrated his first
birthday on Tuesday, Nov.
24, 2009. He is the son of
Maria and Reggie Gilbert of
Marianna.
Grandparents are Mary
Chaney-Darby of Marianna;
Michael Cook of Daytona
Beach; and Fannie and
Cornell Gilbert of Marianna.
E'Shiya's party was at 2
p.m. on Nov. 28, at the


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Williams


turns 4

Kenyen Jerel Williams cele-
brated his fourth birthday on
Nov. 21, 2009, at Chuck E.
Cheese in Dothan , Ala., with
friends and family. Kenyen is
the son of Jerel and Misty
Williams of Dellwood. His
grandparents -are Mitch and
Tina Glass of Dellwood; and
Vikk and Ernestine Clark. of
Chattahoochee.


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AL ASAD AIRBASE, Iraq - 1st Lt. Robert L. Sather, the platoon leader for the
1218th Transportationr Co., 751st Conmbat Sustainment Support Battalion, 96th
Sustainment Brigade, and a native of Titusville, and 1st Sgt. Bobby S. Parlor, the
company's.first sergeant and a native of Wellington, pin a new specialist rank
on Spc. Anita Cantu, a wheeled vehicle operator from Marianna, during a pro-
motion ceremony on Oct. 21. - Contributed photo


396thl prepares soldiers for promotion
.7 CAMP LIBERTY, Iraq -Sgt.
S, .. , Nicholas Poppel, a n6ive
5- of Funk, Neb , and a truck'
driver with'the 396th
. Transportation Co., 260th
Combat Sustainment
Support Battalion, 96th
Sustainment Brigade, ren-
ders a salute intfront of 1 st
Sgt. James Fields, center,
* seated, from Charleston,
SC,andSgt. lstClass
David Oliver, right, seated,
J, from Cottondale, in a prac-
tice promotion board. The
simulated board is intended
to help Poppel prepare for
his appearance in front of
, .. . .the battalion promotion'
, board. - Contributed
photo


Appreciate the gifts you have


BY THOMAS
VINCENT MURPHY
The statement has
often been made that
"you only live once."
With this thought in
mind, we should
take advantage of
each moment of life;


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but how many of us
seriously relish the tremen-
dous value of life?
, If we realize and appreci-
ate the gift of life, why do
so many of us squander our
time on trivial things?
There are many .events that
take place during the course
of a normal life. Yet many
people don't document or
keep proper records of
some of the most valuable
highlights in their lives.
One of the biggest high-
lights of anyone's life
should be when they enter
into this world ; yet many
parents don't have any pic-
tures of when their children
first arrived on the scene.
Following birth, each
birthday of life should be a
special day of thanks. The
first day of school, gradua-
tion on different levels and
marriage are all special
events in an individual's
life.
In 1884 George Eastman
invented film in roll form.
In 147 Edwin Herbert
Land gave the world the
Polaroid camera. What



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great inventions! Yet
many of us haven't
taken the time to uti-
lize some of 'the
greatest means of
preserving many of
the great events that
as V. have taken place in
aVy otir lives. If you won-
hy der where you got
that pointed head, those
thick eyebrows or some of
those various body features,
pictures from your family's
past could give you the
answer.
With the availability of
*video cameras and cell
phone cameras, getting
footage of family and
friends is easier than at any'
time in our history. The
technology in video cam-
eras allows us to view oth-
ers, but also. gives us an
opportunity to hear them;
which gives a good insight
of their personalities.
There are families that
have very little documented
information, about their
family and family history.
They have no idea how
some of their ancestors
looked. With today's tech-
nology, there is no reason
anyone can't begin taking
pictures and videos of their
family and close friends;
and of special events that
would be of interest to our,
future family members.
During this holiday season
would be a great time to


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leave financial gifts or valu-
able assets to their children,
grandchildren and great-
grandchildren, but docu-
mented information, pic-
tures and videos can be
important gifts and assets.
In some families, there are
those who have little resem-
blance to their immediate
family, but when pictures
are found of some of their
ancestors they see a striking
resemblance to a relative of
the distant past.
Too often, solid history of
a family is lost because no
one took the time to pre-
serve family history
through photography and
documentation. With the
popularity of cell phones
with cameras, the opportu-
nities for taking pictures
and videos are right at our
fingertips.
It's great to look forward
to spending time with our
families and close friends
during the holidays and var-
ious family events. While
you're thinking about the
scrumptious food that usu-
ally comes with family
gatherings, why not find
time to take a few pictures,
or use your video camera to
preserve some of that fami-
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MHS band members selected

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Two Marianna High
School band students have
been accepted into 'the
Florida Bandmasters
Association All-State
Small Schools Honor
Band.
The All-State Honor
Band will meet in Tampa
for three days, Jan. 6-9, to
rehearse and perform for
the Florida Music
Educators Association
Conference, which takes
place at the same time. The
Honor-Band"s concert will
be Saturday afternoon.
MHS students selected
for the prestigious band are
Travis Bontrager, alto sax-
ophonist, and Lindsey
Starling, contra-alto clar-
inetist. Craig Bean is the
director of bands at
Marianna High School.
Travis Bontrager, Lindsey
Starling and MHS band
director Craig Bean. -
Contributed photo


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Making the grade


Grand Ridge students in
Tracy Wierman's second
grade class, front row,
from left, Tristen McDaniel,
Marissa Oliver, Devin
Shaw, Tiara Kutchey; and
back row, Isaiah Michael,
Katie Durden, Day'Von
Ferguson and Brandon
Williams made the honor
roll for the first nine-
weeks. Each was reward-
'ed with a certificate and
goodie bag from
Wierman. - Contributed
photo


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Pilot
Club
Sweetheart
Judy Lanier, right, congrat-
ulates Gerry Tanner, left,
who was recently nominat-
ed Club Sweetheart of the
Pilot Club of Marianna Inc.
Tanner has been an active
member of the club for 24
years. - Contributed
photo


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

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

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

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

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


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Reverse shoulder replacement
surgery help some people.


BY JEFF OSTROWSKI
PALM,BEACH POST
WEST PALM BEACH -
Watch Perry Barsky play rac-
quetball, and you're hard-
pressed to believe he could
barely use his arm a few years
ago. "My shoulder was so bad
I couldn't even eat," Barsky
recalled. "I couldn't put my
arm in a sleeve without some-
one helping me. The pain was
excruciating." Barsky's rotator
cuff was shredded, and sur-
geon after surgeon told the
Boynton Beach man they
could do nothing for him.
Then Barsky learned of a
novel procedure that promised
relief for older patients with
severe shoulder problems.
Known as reverse shoulder
replacement, it's an operation
that requires major surgery -
but also can provide major
relief.
. Barsky, 84, now plays six
sessions a week of racquetball,
and he said his shoulder feels
as good as new. "I don't have
one pain," Barsky said.
His surgeon, Dr. Howard


Routman, doesn't recommend
playing racquetball after
shoulder surgery. But
Routman does say manybf his
patients have enjoyed similar
recoveries. The shoulder is a
ball and socket, and in a typi-
cal shoulder replacement,, a
surgeon puts in a new ball and
socket. In the reverse shoulder
replacement, the surgeon puts
a socket where the ball was
and a ball where the socket
was. The doctor implants a
titanium stem in the upper arm
and attaches a cobalt chrome
ball to the scapula, where the
socket used to be. The proce-
dure received Food and Drug
Administration approval only
in 2004, so it's relatively new
in the United States, although
European doctors have been
doing reverse shoulder
replacements for two decades.
By the time patients consid-
er a reverse shoulder replace-
ment, they've been suffering
for years. Routman has seen
patients with arms so immobi-
lized they suffer infections in
their armpits - they can't lift
their arms to clean themselves.


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"I could not walk from the

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- Tom Bush, Hughston
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Tom Bush is riding his bike again and enjoying life after knee
replacement surgery at Jack Hughston Memorial Hospital.


It's a brilliant, sunny fall day
in Georgia and Tom Bush is
working up a sweat riding his
Schwinn road bike around the'
trails at the Harris County
Soccer Complex.
It's hard to believe that three
months ago Bush could not walk
from his house to the mailbox
due to a damaged and severely
arthritic left knee. The Pine
Mountain Valley resident said
the pain was so bad it felt like
he had a knife stuck in his knee.
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things he enjoys in life, like fishing,
playing golf and riding his bike.
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Thfankiyou to aff those who
fielpectwitft
The Kings Tafbe Commurity
Thanksgiving Dinner!
Jackson County Floridan
New Life Family Church
Trumpeter's Song Ministries
Absolutely Free Ministries
1st United Methodist Church -
Men's Breakfast Study Group
1st Presbyterian Church Food Pantry.
144th Unit of the Florida National Guard
Marianna High School's
Culinary Arts students
Dayspring Christian Academy
Dellwood Farms
Wal-Mart
Burger King
K.F.C.
Daffin.Food Service
Grocery Outlet
Bear Paw Canoe Trail
Milton Appraisal Service
The Sapp Family
The Whitfield Family
The Hamilton Family
Rick Vitali
Lois Keller
Sammie West and Dianne Kern
Dr. Daniel Bontrager
Tririity Baptist Church
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Marianna, FL 32446
850-482.2332
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William
Lipford
William Lipford, 73, of
Marianna died Thursday,
Nov. 26, 2009, at Flowers
Hospital in Dothan, Ala.
He was a native of
Chipley, FL and had lived
most of his life in Jackson
County, where he retired
this year from the City of
Marianna with almost 38
years of service. Mr. Lip-
ford enjoyed the outdoors,
fishing and working with
wood. He was a wonderful
husband, father and paw-
paw.
Survivors include his
wife of 54 years, Elmira
Lipford; two daughters;
Donna Jo Loyed and hus-
band Arnold, of Altha, and
Dottie Everett and hus-
band Cameron, of Marian-
na; brother, Jimmie Lipford
and wife Irene, of Chipley;
sisters, Love Lipford and
Lucy Piltcher, both of Ma-
rianna; four grandchildren,
Kimberly Everett, Jennifer
White and husband Matt,
Jessica Hill and husband
Jeremy, and Justin Loyed
and wife Jenfie; and two
great-grandchildren, Ma-
son Hill and Tyler White.
The funeral service was
at 2 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 28
at the New Salem Baptist
Church near Marianna. In-
terment followed in the
church cemetery, with
James & Sikes Funeral
Home Maddox Chapel di-
recting. The family re-
ceived friends on Friday
night at James & Sikes
Maddox Chapel.
www.jamesandsikesfuneral
homes.com
Parrott & Ramsey Funeral
Home
418,Lebanon Ave.
Campbellsville, KY 42718
270-465-8181
www.parrottramsev.com
Frances
Louise Sadler
Frances Louise Sadler;
84, of Campbellsville, KY,
daughter of the late
Charles P. Benningfield
and Mildred Allen Benn-
ingfield, was born in Akron,
Ohio, June 8, 1925. She
died at 4:52 a.m. Thursday,
Nov. 26, 2009, in Louisville,
Ky.
She was a member of
The Church of Jesus Christ
of Latter Day Saints. She
united in marriage to Ed
Sadler, who preceded her
in death in 1975. She was a
retired postmistress in Flo-
rida.
Frances is survived, by
five daughters, Lisa (Ri-
chard) Condrey of Myrtle
Beach, SC, Jacqi Daum of
Campbellsville, Charla
(Victor) Thermenos of Cas-
sleberry, Kathi Coatney
(Theodore Rushing Jr.) of
Campbellsville, and Kim
(Dominick) Caravella of
Houston; 12 grandchildren,
Stormy Olson, Cricket
Barnes, Bambi Condrey,
Karmen Sadler Diaz, Ra-
shel Coatney, Mariah
Yantz, Raina Logan, Antho-
ny Thermenos, Frances
Thermenos, Shanna Cara-
vella, Terra Caravella, and
Tessa Caravella; 21 great-
grandchildren; three sis-
ters, Geraldine Connor of
Indiana, Daisy Lee Logs-
don of Campbellsville, and
Patty Hyserman of Leba-
non, KY; several nieces and
nephews and many other
relatives and friends.
She was preceded in
death by one son, Rex
Daum; two granddaugh-
ters, Jessica Caravella and
Caprece Curtis; and four
brothers, Bobby Benning-
field, Porter Benningfield,
David Benningfield and
Johnny Benningfield.


Frances always had the
most beautiful smile in the
room. She was a stickler for
good grammar and a, firm
believer in always, choosing
the right. She was optimis-
tic and non-judgmental.
She loved everyone. For
these reasons and many,
many more, she was an ex-
ample of goodness for her
family and friends,
Her entire life was about
hard work. She supported
her children and grandchil-
dren in tough times with-
out complaint. She loved
her Heavenly Father and all
of His children. At age 75,
she served a year-long mis-
sion in Tacoma, Wash. She
loved serving and teaching
others about Christ's love
for them.
She had a wonderful
sense of humor and was al-
ways ready for an adven-
ture. She spent countless
hours playing games, talk-
ing and laughing with her
family. As her children got
older, they separated in
distance. She always found
a way to be there for
birthdays, baptisms, grad-
uations, weddings, holi-
days and births of great-
grandchildren.
'She was a teacher until
the very end. She loved
teaching youth Sunday
school & substitute teach-
ing in local schools. She
told the best stories and
taught the best life lessons.
The people she left be-
hind will always remember
to try new foods before de-
* ciding they don't like them,
to never judge someone
else before walking in their
shoes, to always laugh, to
never stop learning and to
continue to serve and love
their neighbors as Jesus
Christ would.
Visitation will be at 12
p.m. EST Monday, at The
Church of Jesus Christ of
Latter Day Saints in Camp-
bellsville. The funeral serv-
ice will follow at 1 p.m. EST
Monday, Nov. 30, at The
Church of Jesus Christ of
Latter Day Saints, directed.,
by President Kirk Sullivan.
Burial will be in- Ben-
ningfield Cemetery in Mar-
ion County, KY.



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Funeral Home
8261 Highway 90
Sneads, FL 32460
(850) 593-9900

Natasha Irene
Waite
Natasha Irene Waite
passed away Friday, Nov.
27, 2009, in Foley, Ala., at
the age of 30. She had been
a lifelong resident of Bald-
win County, Ala., and was a
former resident of Sneads.
She is survived by her
husband, Andy Waite; son
Dustin Waite; daughter An-
drea Waite, all of Elberta,
Ala.; mother and stepfa-
ther, Laura and Jackie Rob-
erts of Sneads; father and
stepmother, Eli and Cathy
Williams of Elberta; mater-
nal grandmother Nancy Al-
len of Petaluma, Calif.;.pa-
ternal grandmother Louise
Williams of Elberta; two
brothers, Curtis (Amanda)
Williams of Elberta, and
Joshua Roberts of Seattle;
two sisters, Patricia (Matt)
Diaz of Sarasota, and Ash-
ley (Chris) Wester of
Sneads; and many loving
nieces and nephews.
Visitation will be Mon-
day, Nov. 30, 2009 10 a.m.
to noon at Wolfe-Bayview
Funeral Home in Foley. In-
terment will be at Gilley
Memorial Cemetery.
Memorial contributions
may be made to the Ameri-
can Cancer Society, in
memory of Natasha.
Arrangements are being
handled by Wolfe-Bayview
Funeral Home & Cremato-
ry, 2551 S. McKenzie St.,
,Foley, AL 36535.


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opment. "You've got some people
that are negative about it, and I
believe in their right to speak out," he
said.
County Commission Chairman
Mark Culver has been the local gov-
ernment spokesperson for the devel-
opment, carrying his presentation to
just about every civic group or church
group that would have him. He said
his decision to support the project
was an easy one because of the eco-
nomic potential to transform the
county.
"The other day I was down at the
site and there were 704 people work-
ing," Culver said. "I feel comfortable
with what we've done. The day we


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percentage payment of revenue, under
the Development and License
Agreement and the Trademark License
Agreement, to the developer would be
permissiblee" the 2004 AG's opinion
states.
The financial aspect of bingo at
Country Crossing will be operated
through a. non-profit group known as
the Houston Economic Development
Association (HEDA). The president of
the group is Frank Wendt, the former
IT & human resources manager at
Ronnie Gilley Properties as well as for-


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Marilyn Monroe and Audrey
Hepburn. The other rooms are
also highly individualized.
Each room's decor is based on
a different place on the globe,
appointed with furnishings that
reflect the area each represents.
The ",Kenya" room, for example,
has mosquito netting over the
bed, and pictures and small
sculptures of animals such as
giraffes and elephants. There are
rooms devoted to China, Greece,
Italy; France, India, Ireland and
other places.
Each room has a large flat-
screen television and a DVD
player, a microwave and sink.
The deluxe "France" room also
has a traditional cookstove.
Two of the rooms are ADA
compliant.
Some rooms have jacuzzis,
while others have free-standing
showers and/or traditional tubs.
All have luxury bedding.
Some have two queen beds, or a
king and a sofa bed.
A large common dining room
and an outdoor dining-area com-
plete the bed and breakfast,
which sits on. a roughly three-
acre site.
Setboun said he may add a
pool later, and plans more land-
scaping on the grounds.
Setboun spend $1.8 million to
buy the property and do the ren-
ovations, which were extensive.
The two school buildings were
replumbed, rewired and, where neces-
sary, re-floored.� He tried to keep as
much of the structure intact as he
could. In all but one or two places, for
instance, he was able to save the old
walls and ceiling.
Setboun has also paid tribute to the
old school house in four ways.
. He left its exterior just as it was.
Except for some cleaning, the outside


had the most apprehension about it
was Feb. 25, 2008 (the day of the ini-
tial vote). Once we saw things put in.
place and once we saw the communi-
ty outpouring of support, it's been an
energizing thing."
Commissioner Curtis Harvey said
he -is personally opposed to gambling
and would not participate in electron-
ic bingo at Country Crossing, but
added that he did not believe it was
his place to stop it for those who did.
"The fact of the whole thing is we
have Georgia on one side of us and
Florida right dowvn the road too. Does
it make it right? What I'm saying is
people are going to do what they are
going to do."


mer vice president of foodservice, &
entertainment at Ronnie Gilley
Properties, according to his profile on
Linkedin, a. professional networking
Web site. Wendt did not return a call
seeking comment.
Once HEDA determines bingo-relat-
ed expenses, it is required to forward
all of the remaining revenue to the
Houston County Foundation, a three-
person group comprised of Dothan
Area Chamber of Commerce President
Matt Parker, Dothan Area Convention
and Visitors Buieau Executive Director


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Country Crossing
'by the numbers

$70 million - Initial investment in the proj-
ect as of Dec. 1.
600,000 - Gallons of capacity at facility's
wastewater treatment plant. ,
5,000-plus - Capacity of Country
Crossing amphitheater.
2,000 - Inquiries from public about reser-
vations at George Jones Bed and Breakfast.
1,703 - Number of electronic bingo
machines.
809 - Number of employees working
Friday, Nov. 13.
519 - Number of employees expected to
be working Dec. 1
78 - Number of units available at RV Park.


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Bob Hendrix, and Nancy Arnold,
assistant vice president/branch manag-
er at Trinity Bank.
The foundation will then distribute
the 'money to qualifying charities and
educational groups. Parker said the
process for groups to apply to receive
funds is still being determined. He said
an advisory group is expected to be
formed to assist the foundation in
reviewing applications. It is not known
how. often the distributions will be
made. At least $2 million annually is
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where visiting children can sit
and draw or color.
And, in keeping with the
school's old goal of education,
Setboun has placed a coffee-
table book in each room, which
tells something of the country
the room represents.
He also gave a nod to the
buildings' second life as an
antiques store, years after the
school closed. He bought sever-
al pieces of furniture from the
people who sold the structure to
him, and used the pieces as fur-
nishings in several rooms.
Setboun has hired a couple
from Tallahassee. to manage the
inn, and a local woman to ppo-
vide maid service. He will be on
site often himself.
The inn is an entirely new ven-
ture for the 30-year-old. He's
been a pharmacist most of his
adult life, but said he knew
almost from the start he would
never be completely happy in
that life because .of its' pre-
dictability. He said he's looking
forward to the new challenge. .
His inn will cater to the well-
to-do; the rooms will rent for
$250 a night. But Setboun said
he believes it will be a success, in
that it is unique to the area. He
said the high-end market doesn't
- really have access to these type
of accommodations anywhere
within a roughly 125-mile radius.
He thinks its proximity to the
beaches, about 40 minutes away, will
draw visitors with deep pockets who
are looking for something a little dif-
ferent.
. He said the location in Alford is
ideal for his target clientele - it's a
quiet place for rest and relaxation, yet
its close enough to the new Panama
City airport, U.S. 231 and the interstate
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in his renovation process. The faded
reminder' of days gone by now hangs
from a mantle in a common sitting
room.
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Two county teams gave a
standing room-only crowd their
money's worth Friday night, as
the Malone Tigers traveled to
Cottondale to take. on the
Hornets.
In the end, the home team
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Cottondale will be on the road A Malone player goes up for the basket against Cottondale Friday. Cottondale won 68-58. -Mark
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MMS to mark undefeated season


BY SHELIA MADER
FLORIDAN CORRESPONDENT
The. Marianna Middle School Bullpups
football team will celebrate three successful
years Dec. 10. The Bullpups completed the
2009-2010 season with an 8-0 record.
Marianna outscored their opponents 314 to
56 points, and began their season with a 28-
1; win over Jefferson County, before moving
closer to home, when they handed Chipley a
32-16 loss.
With two wins under their belt and some
experience on the field, the Bullpups went on
to shut out their,next two opponents, while
racking up 102 points in two games.
The game of the season was next on the
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their only loss in three years. The Bullpups
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Nolen is in-his fourth year as the Bullpups
head coach, as well as the Marianna Middle
School athletic director. He was assisted this
year by Brad Cross, Lamie Godwin and Lee
Windsor.
The celebration banquet Will be held Dec.
10 at the First Baptist Church Family Life
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He always smelled of aromatic
tobacco burned in the bowl of an
old briar pipe. Prince Albert,
maybe. Or Sir Walter Raleigh.
No fancy, flavored Cavendish or
long-cut blend for him, Nope. He
toted his "batcc\" in a flip-top tin,
in a side pocket of a ragged,
fleece-lined denim jumper.
His overalls were faded and he
wore the galloused bib loosely,
all the better for reaching inside
to warm a chilled hand or scratch
an itch: The felt fedora on his
head was sweat stained, creased,'
and a witness to better days. His
leather brogans were cracked and
thin, but damned comfortable.
He was old. Thinning wisps of
white hair spilled from under-
neath his hat and down over his
ears. Thick veins roadmapped his
arms and the backs of his weath-
ered hands. The skin on his neck
was creased and lined, almost
rutted, in a latticework pattern
etched by years of summer sun-
shine and stiff mountain winds.
The eyes were watery, but almost
as sharp as ever.
And they, the eyes, were still
blue and, watery or not, still twiri-


kled whenever he
picked up the gun.
When he did this,
even a trace of the
old spring-step
returned as he
strode purposeful-
ly from the cabin
potch, across the
swept-bare front
yard, .and into the
cove forest that
bordered his
Southern
Appalachian
homeplace.
A handful of #6
paper-hulled shot- Bob Ka
gun shells rattled in
his pocket, ringing dully against
the tobacco tin with every step.
He paused briefly to -transfer
them to another pocket, where
they would rattle more softly.
'The shotgun rested on his
shoulder. It was a 12-gauge; the
kind I heard called a "long tom"
in my youth. Break-open-breech-
loading, hammer-cocking.
Simple, comfortable. An old
friend. The hardwood stock was
pitted and scratched, by no means


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beautiful. Unlike
the barrel, which
was meticulously
oiled and reli-
giously cared for,
inside and .out. It
was a good gun,
the gun of a sim-
ple man. The
squirrels, deer,
rabbits, and
mountain grouse
it had tabled
through the years
were uncountable.
With it, he had
once even killed a
rnegay bear, though that
quarry had not died
easily and, save for the heroics of
two crossbred Plott hounds,
might have ended the. old man's
life prematurely.
In the woods, he kept to the
creek bank, avoiding the steep
inclines lhe once traversed so eas-
ily. Eighty years take a toll on a
fella, he thought. Soon, he need-
ed rest and gingerly seated him-
self upon a flat-topped granite
boulder at streamside.
Hunter's instinct and 70-plus


years of sel
ship ensured
tration as h
trees for sign
tail-flick of
the trunk of
yards down
unnoticed. It
heavily into
old man smile
gun's familiar
of spent pow
He was go
morning. Li
before, he
wake up to
Late-fall bir
misty, sun-d
woodchuck
across his pa
sharp eyes
glimpse of a
the crpek bE
trout clenched
more times
and three r
added to t
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being here

f-taught woodsman- ingly oil and wipe down the blue-
a quiet, rapt concen- steel barrel of the old smoothbore
ie sat watching the and stand it carefully in the cor-
is of movement. The ner within easy reach.
the gray squirrel on' Stretching and yawning, the old
the big hemlock 30 man stirred the fireplace embers
stream did not go and added three new split logs
died cleanly, falling before settling into his cushioned
the forest litter. The rocking chair. He sipped from a
led. He loved the old steaming cup of boiled coffee
ar kick and the smell and, in semi-doze, reflected on
'der. past hunts and hunts to come.
ne but two hours that "Long as I can," he whispered.
ike countless times "Long as I can."
watched the woods The old man lies buried here,
a mountain sunrise. in the dooryard of the old home-
d life burgeoned in place, gone now save the founda-
tappled clearings. A tion stones and an odd log or two.
waddled clumsily His headstone still stands, though
ith. The old-but-still- time and elements have obliterat-
even caught a brief ed any trace of hand-chiseled
mink slinking along identification. I do not know his
ank, a tiny rainbow name. I never met him. I am
ed in its jaws. Three unsure of when he lived or died. I
the long tom barked,. know only in my heart of hearts
more squirrels were that he would not mind my being
he game bag. He 'here,,watching his birds, hunting
ped. \\ith four these his squirrels, loving his moun-
ing the little buggers_ tains, and, accurate or not, telling
now. his story.
e. Tired. But not too No, I do not know him.
ss his kill, or tolov- Or do I?


Weekly fishing report

for local lakes, rivers


LAKE SEMINOLE -
Bass fishing is fair. Moving
and stained water has actu-
ally aided the largemouth
bite on the flats, especially
grass flats on the main lake.
The best flats to target are
those with submerged veg-
etation in 5 to 6 feet of
water. It helps to find flats.
with deeper migration
"ditches" adjacent. 6-inch
Texas-rigged worms are
good bait choices.
A few crappies may be
taken in the creeks from
stumpy areas. As a rule, the
creeks are not as stained as
the main lake right now.
Hybrids are becoming
more active, but the water
conditions have recently
slowed them down. -
Catfish and bream are
slow.
Fishing is likely to
improve overall as the
water falls and stabilizes'.
' LAKE EUFAULA -
Bass are fair, 'particularly
bon the lake's northern end,
where water staining has
not been as detrimental.
Fish grasslines and wood
structure with chartreuse or
chartreuse-and-white spin-
nerbaits. Frog-type baits
may work throughout the
day in the clearer grass


pockets. Finesse jigs may,
also pay off in the creeks
from time to time. Some
anglers have been success-
ful with Carolina and
Texas-rigged worms when
fishing brushpiles on the
flats.
No positive crappie
reports are available, but
hybrids have gotten active
of late. Trolling is the best
method right now.
Bream are very slow and
catfish reports are spotty.
L A K E
ANDREWS/CHATTA-
HOOCHEE RIVER - This
far upriver, the water is
falling, but remains high
and muddy. Fishing for all
species is likely to be quite
slow over the next few days,
but should pick up as soon
as . water conditions stabi-
lize. Few boats are out at.
present and even the bank,
fishing for catfish is produc-
ing few positive reports.
(Generation schedules,
pool levels, and other such
information for area water-'
ways may be. obtained by
calling toll-free 1-888-771-
4601. Follow the recorded
instructions and access the
touch-tone for 'the
Apalachicola River
System.)


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Center for all football play- some in support of our ath-
ers, cheerleaders and their letic program at MMS.
families. Awards and high- "Mrs. Greta Charles and
lights will be featured fol- Mrs. Nicole Kleiser do a
lowing the dinner. great job -for us having the
In announcing the -ban- cheerleaders at every game
quet, Nolen was apprecia- to support us. Mrs. Amy
tive of everyone involved. Allen and Mrs. Joyce
"I can't tell you what a Lingerfelt have provided us
great four years this. has with a great band at 'our
been," he said. "I've been home games, and when
very fortunate to have a possible have made a cou-
great group of players, a ple of away games.
support staff who is just Everyone involved with
outstanding and Dr. this program is just awe-
Westbrook who is just awe- some."



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full, ajustable head The HOPE Program,
& feet, $100. 2/2 near Sunland on- a 32 bed residential facility located in
850-569-9834 1 acre, extras, Fountain, FL has an immediate opening '
Caloric Propane Gas 5650/mo $700 dep for a full-time RN and LPN. Interest
Stove. 4 burners, 850-693-0570 applicants should contact Linda Ellis ' '
soven e. ire B H in Ma- 2& or Betty Hightower at 850-722-6117 or
$200 850-482-4616 rSeek rianna & Sneads o axHghtowrat 850-722-61175or
CHARLIE BROWN- (850)209-8595. f m 8 .;."
COLLECTIBLES & General 2BR/1BA in Alford, CHIPOLA COLLEGE .
BOOKS $10 & UP $375 + dep 850- 579- is recruiting for the following
(850)592-2507 4622/209-1664/573- full-time positions.'
Childs wooden red Massage Therapist 1851 STUDENT ADVISOR
rocker $5 850-569- for Chiropractic 3/2 & 2/2 in C'dale, , Master's degree and 3 years full-time
2770 Office in $400-$500, no pets,, secondary or post-secondary advising
CHRISTMAS HOUSES- Marianna, FL CH/A 850-258- or teaching experience'required.
CHRISTMAS HOUSES- Please reply to 1594/638-1171 Iv.
11 CAROLE TOWN Blind Box 967 @ message REGISTRAR
ALL FOR $70 or $7 EA JCFloridan PO Box
(850)592,2507 520, Marianna, Clean 2/2 for family Masters degree plus three (3) years
Custom made cur- FL 32447 of 3, no smokers, no related experience in college Admissions
Chains w/cornice, pets. $400+ $400 dep and Registration, or equivalent
ptaink/blue 82x84 $5 850-718-8158 combination of education and
850-569-2770 Hah Care Rent to Own: 2 & 3BR experience required.
Dishwasher ever MH s. Lot rent incl. DEGREE(S) MUST BE FROM A
been ed1e For datais 850-557- REGIONALLY ACCREDITED COLLEGE
used,5 $34100. ante Detal 3432/850-814-6515 AND/OR UNIVERSITY

850-569-9834 8506384708 2B2BA Contact Human Resources atExperi

For rent.For info 8:00 am to 4:00 pm for application details.
$75 850-482-4944 Icall 8-5. 850-209-
Large Radio Ryder I T' S AS 8534082-o050 EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
Horse, makes gallop-
$65 850-526-0094
Large Radio Ryder 1 - 2 - 3
Horse, makes gallop-
ing noises, like new . CALL
Lg. computer desk 2. PLACE YOUR AD
w/4 drawers & 2 cab-
inets. Good cond. 3. GET RESULTS
$100 850-593-5346 k I -
AND SUPPLIES $10& 8 Temporary Agricultural Equipment
UP(850)592-2507 Operators needed. Employment dates h tedvM a te rla I
Original XBox game verifiable experience operating and
system w/8 games performing routine maintenance on .
$100 850-482-1157 GPS equipped 245 hp + potato farming _1 Sien t

grain, great shape, growing equipment; workers may also be
$100 (850)557-6993 required to perform routine maintenance e
on machinery as well. Able to work in hot
Roll-top desk, solid humid weather for extended periods of Availble from Commercial News Provders
$250 850-593-5346 random drug testing. Guaranteed 3/4 of
Sharp Vacuum 9.0 contract hours. Al tools provided at " --
amp, 1000w, w/bags no cost. Free housing provided for 4 *
& attachments $50 non-commuting workers. Transportation - - - I -
850-272-8967 and subsistence reimbursed to worker
upon completion of 50% of contract. - , h
Table for microwave Pay rate is $12.14/hr up to $13.42/hr b I , * .


or wood dinner table, depending on crop activity and/or work
with 4 chairs, $45. location. Worksites include Jackson &
850-569-9834 Orange counties in FL. Applicants should
report or send a resume to the nearest
Toddler bed Florida Agency of Workforce Investment
w/mattress, ma- office and reference job order # FL _ ____
hogary color, $60 9443892 Walthers Three Rivers LLC


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Auto Engines/ Automobiles Automobiles Automobiles Automobiles Motorcycles Motorcycles Utility esVans Trucks-Heavy Duty
| Parts/Misc. for Sale J for Sale for Sale forSale
'02 GSXR 1000, runs Kawasaki '08 Vulcan Chrysler'95 Voyager, Ford '97 Ranger Ext.
Volkswagen Beetle 0, _ _- Chevy '03 Tahoe Ford '98 Mustang Co- NISSAN '06 Altima reat, needs tic 900 custom, 2400 V6, auto, seats 8, Cab, runs great.
part Dual Kadron 40 3rd Seat, good cond., bra, conv, 5 spd. Special Edition. 13000. obo 585-1180 miles, windshield, power, am/fmr cass. Looks good. $3400
s,copletewith $11,000. 334 685 $7,900. 334-632-1100 62,300k, all power, saddlebags, red. Re- new tires, NOW 00.334-493-7712
manifold, linkage & 3921 or 334-795 8411 sunroof, tinted win- duced to $5700. 334- $1975 OBO 850-592-
Ford '99 Taurus, 4 dows,'tilt, cruise, al- 692-3337or 796-5421 2832
Bot carbs were just CHEVY '08 Impala, door, all power, 110k y wheels.sch Dodge '05 Caravan
rebuilt, $250 4 15" Grey, 46746 m, A/C, miles. Great shape mantanice at dealer Jeep '02 Wrangler X, dual air, DVD, pwr
EMPI style 8 spoke stereo, Like new. $3,200334-685-060 since i bought looks SUV.5-spd. 6-cyi4 windows & locks,
wheels, 4 lug, $250 $12500 obo, 334-798-Honda '07 Civic good, and runsgreat WD. 44K, Great cond. ood condition.
for the set; Left and 1186, 334-712-9171. Coupe Touch screen 62,300 miles, 4 door, '06 HD Dyna Wide $11,500, 5,500 334-792-5333
Right heater boxes, Chrystler 300 '66 GPS navigation sys- automatic transmis- Glide-FXDWG. Black. 719-930-4976. Ford '01 Winstar Van GMC '811500 C.
$50 for both; Front & Convertible, Red, tem, DVD player, 26K sion, Like New condi- rike new. customs. white leather & w Excellent running
Rear bumpers from Runs good, $10k 850- mi., black, $13,000 tion, metalic blue ex- 6600 mi.$14,750. 404- Kawasaki 09' ZX14 Jee'98 Cherkee white, leather& pwr condition. Restored,
1971 Super Beetle, lo S 526-4126786-223-2278terior, charcoal inte- 578-1482 jeff@ Monster energy edi- looks & runs great. seats, pwr steering, condition. Restored,
, oadedun- 5264126 86223-2278 o, 2WD, a/c, , truthinsong.com tion. pipes, power $2500. 229-768-3798 dual
Hod 07Cvc XisoIgcarrier included.
Rear fenders from roof $23,500.334- Honda '07 Civic EX alloys, am/fm, CD, commander, high 98 h carrier Cnchlukded. 3-.17 -
1971 Super Beetle, 685-107.0 silver, coupe, 5sp, cruise, driver airbag, 2003 YZ125, bought flow air filter, low 'Cherokee 407433142
3flow air filter, low ipoos n runs great.
$30each; 2 Decklids 39Kmiles, $13,200 or passenger airbag, PL, newin 2005, has less miles. $10,500. $2S00 229768-3;98
from 1971 Super OBO. 334-308-1112 PS, PW, sun roo than 100 hrs. $2000; 334-790-1852.
Beetle, $30 each.Honda07 Shadow $11,000 36305 2007 YZF250, great
Call 334-322-528Hnd'7Sha (334)618-4741 shape and we main- Mojo Motor Scooter
red/bk flames$4500. driver024@hotmail.c tained$4000. Buy 05, 200mi, Blue,
rAutmobiles Misc. Corvette '81 726-1434/677-5489 om both for $5500. $1650 850-.258-1638 1 .
(SAutomatic 350 . . - Nissan '07 Altima Red Kawasaki 09'
r.08 : C PV ; 2.5SL, Black, 34,200 '92 Goldwing, 60k Nina Like New 250R FORD '04 Wnhre E150 Z71.4 wheel dre.
K Loaded. Like New. $i 0 OBO '. s.- ) -0mi., bose stereo, miles, red, exc. paint w/jacket 3,500. mi. Conversion, 42K , red 2door, 176K
LK $21 00334- 793 0095 5 .3_191 moon roof, s &runningcond. $3,995.334-692-3211 Lexus'00 RX00128K new r. dvld.et I 300.. 334
BMW 545i sedan, 4 leather int. very $7000 850-445-2915 Leave Mess 8.5 West Man Car . good d. 11000
door, loaded, V8 . clean, Like new. leave message Suzki 00; 4-wheeler S t.3; . LLC 1919 West obc. 334-308-1112
superclean, 50K ml.Fr$20,500 obo, 334-372- it 13. -69 0
snew brakes & tires - HONDA '7 ACCO 0702 o 334-432-0302 CustomMotorcyle running $200. 850- Ford t W sar.
$24,995.o334-701-5550 2i3eriii2r,3.. Trailer 5X8 $750. 569-2461 $4150 owr-. 0 Intr.I
5t'. . '- G,,,0 ,-,nd. BUY M E! 256-365-0328. w 525ECgmmnF gs
Corvette 02' Conver- CorveRe'C.l, Re-built motor - nancing 1-800-470- with 525E Cummings
C ort 0 CoHnver- Corvetle C.;.li $2m600334-803-2819. ' Harley '00 Dyna Wide 06509am/9pm engine, ne tisa
tible auto, 405 HP r $2,600. 334-803-2819. Wide 0650 9am/9pm engine, netires, all


Excel., 6700 miles, Type) 955 Fi ST Sport Powers teerinD, CD,
mDLar. Crk. wCr0 a l . a a.- ra Ga" . ikag_. Extra'sl $14,300. Bike, carbon exh., nw wr er e -- -
Cat. . Lade. 2 rgial owner. 5 e New down 334-369-8139 tires, brakes, 334- A/C, AM/FM, stereo,
$14.5,0. 334 791. 0.. spels $d. fuel Lrl,-,J. $3251:1 ml. Call St v - 693-9390 or 701-5588 runs well, low miles,
ul4lmilz .sonic- 7 Hatcrer 3341791l 8243 9 . e-rw lr.5unroof.
E l rust. runsut r,rdl
'Aut.--oincr To It3t er D ii very
S S lc JouSLincoiln Towr.car wrr $5so'0 .O . Pontiac '90 Boreville ' PLYMOUTH '96Gran
I9.000 r nnl- m 1,79. 21.i3 Iv ns. w.. 124K m; runs good clean, like new. Voyager, 4 new res.
$ 6.40u INFINITI'OI 130 l120K 1 . 33J 9091 $22,000334792 owing package, ew
'0S Lincoln Towrn C ar ,C:.all 33.93-009c. Dodge 0 .tratu: $,395 W t Ma.r.l Car e a3076.power steerirg
17.600 miles. light vry dependaBle I Sales LLC 1919 Pontiac 98 Grand Am lyDav0id7n 7 p er y lee an, s b
blue. v.rqd mile acan e West Main Street $375 down, 0% Inter- lowmileae. $3.750 VKing Cab Black
.Dr 4 Dayh erhig. d t(334) 699-5880 est. Daylight Auto Fi- oa ng usom, Yamaha ' B3 9845or Ato trans only 5K
cri4c.n $.2 ,i MP.IPG $2.4c50. 134 6 I. l nancino 1-800-470- Pearl Yellow, 6-spd., annl. .dilion in 134-355- 118 mi. Factory Warr.
334i793i2071)_0639 _ . I0650 9amr 9pm 3000 mi. Loaded. Like flame red. c-~(rl. power windows,
Dodge '85150 1 , Rane ' ,ver SE new! Alwayscovered w. 6 r.. ock, Tilt Cruise, bad
SruI. Rane - Pvr SE ndr.lruc iner running bds
SE, AutSomat nt .. ll ade. 15 garage kept. guard co:,vEr i& rkle $25,995 OBO 714-1142
BMW . oriin 33i7, K-i Tul *,ej I ncl and garage kept. rhvoe. '06 oar.
0 BMW '*0 3231102K l- *,*,nrirl70". ,T- a m ..$5.'00. Call 334 Includes sundowner :hger, $6,200. 334- Nissan '00 E erra Chevrolet 061500
$5..'u50 W.c:[ M.lrairn $2,'5 0650 447 "73u568 o seat w/backrest, 333-5854 or e-mail 168K $4,500 West SilveradoWT ex- T ,
SCar Sale. :LLC Reue6: LE'uS windshield, rush rjkess@comdast.net Main Car Sales LLC tended cab. Good pr r cab, V-
0919 W tMain St. . Jaguar '0 t.,pe .\ 3 " Reduced: LE'ub muffler,. $15.995. 1919 West Main St. cond.. $9.500. BO 6, auto, all options
2.0]i4'o69nS ,80 Mir..r'W-- L oo- g2'o,, $4.0u30. 434. 393.r0u64 BUY M E! 334-649.6880 334. 96.3452 79K mi. ex-.. c , nd
24 Honda C . r S - r L .00. mustsee! $14.700.
n'. SellBelc W, .r Jch 23946-'1'915 - 334-794-3525
NADA. 334-793-'0095 -3 1.699 ,.0 AASaturn '98 SL? 5 :p. YAMAH 0TOYOTA '05 TUNDRA,
2004 Sc ;conXA.--. runs good. S1.900. Road1star 1700cc, V-8, 97K itrstate
36rmrpg. 5.9.00i0 rmnl" " ~OBO 331-438-079l Blac. M,:,trycle. miles, ex. cond., I
$7.200. 550272-12.2 Ford 03' Eplorer 4' 5000 ' mles. VarIce owner $1 1,000 firm
dor 109K mL .god vcta ,v a04 .-Cuhs. Hnei~ EE' hau t Sy5 . 334-6957212
BMW ',:0 32c,; Conr. c ,d ,fl n & out. $5.i10,) loadE,. Great C1d- ,r . --I Chevy '04 Silverado
S0, M $ .9,)", Wet ubO 34-494.351�. dLor, $1.5,0r)00B. HARLE' DAVIDSON eam. 4 helmets andl Nissan '07 Pathfinder 3500, 1Ton, Sharpe,
Mq :in Cr LLC 3.3 194.24 334-796.-092 '08 1200 Sportster 9el cushion. One SE, Black, Auto. 43K Duramax,6.6L, Dually
M a1 9 in a m c1 -1 2 7 8 4 s t e . D 6 .6 1 ., D ua L O O K
1919 We Min S. Ford 3 . Kia :,4 Optm Lr. usrm. 108 miles. owner, garage kept. mi. leather int., 3rd Tow Pkg/ower trail-
3 S4--.-99.0- - .t. 6 r. 4 , r as S . ceCar, rrarity. Like nfew. Like new. $8000. row seat, Like new.
BMW '40. U .t. .. d n 20 per $5t 3U. 334-702-477 334- 618-5833. $17,000. 334-897-0582 cab, ext bed.Loaded
BMW '-m "7401L. btfiu ,r, ii .z ut:. '.Wrac- ,l.z.lert mo"v- 50 per$r Cai0 STes3 $2 0
2006 Mercury Gr.,nd tan, eAc. 82K, garage Pi3.. l'.:180 ,Trm 334-79u0-953 i . mIl , h 3 1. $23.000.
Marquis. GreatiCon- kept, $11,500. 334-o 334-596-i9966 SHr her 334-729165241 D2007 Copper Cannon
itin. One Owner. 347-2868. Toyota '69 ..R2 T-op Keystone 5th wheel
334-793 0095 5 sp. trees drvers , , 2 sides. sharp.
-- oor & IE front Cll for detai is.i
,$d0. ..eng runOffers
B ood. $600 OBO 34- amaha '07 VStar 16,5000 00, clear title,
702 403 Harley Davidson '08 100Tor, fuel ject- SUBURBAN '02 a53K 334 054906.
Sary t 13 $our, fuel inject 8,500 West Main Car
LEXUS' i 0 Anniversary FatBoy, ed cover & helmet, Condition!
LEXUS "00 ES3c 00 9CVolkswagen 'T Bee copper-black, 6-spd., ce " l Sales LC 19dew ane4@live.
$,.90') C L , 'r aut.dlie. r i, n, l.4 1300 mi. Loaded. cruise control, load- West Main Street d o I
u d I . n LLC0 1 miles. 40MPG. iO.ad. Like new. $16,600, ed, 5K., Like newly (334) 699-5880 23 8908
L it d 0 $',9WS.L P.kln Street III 23-892-0i8. 61 i 1.
2006 Mercury LWest Main Cr Sles. FORD '08 Focus SES W t99- 0 Mn Sreet d. $16,000. 334-897- 334-726-6799; 6,990. 334-714-4001 _ C__
Mariner. Premier, V6. LLC 1919 West Main Sporty Look. Micro- 2497 or 334-672-1655 Harley Davidson'08 Station Wagons
Mu Se 1400. St. (334) 699-5880 soft Sync with Voi Lincoln '99 Towncar.s a
793-0095Cartie Edition, nice Vkswan '69 Due Electra Glide Classic, 250, burgendy 1836
CADILLAC '06 DTS ellite. 6 CD Stereo. 72K miles $6995 Port 1600, eng. over- 4000 miles, 1 year miles. $2695. 334-693- Chevy '05 Silverado.
Exc. cond..leatnr S2100 - 3-. 13.0 334-793-0095. haul Dec.r'08. New tie warranty left. 5454 Only 53,000 miles.' LegalNotices
sE3t1,,4dr, biz,' nt. ' r4 '2.0446 rod, ball joints, steer- $17,000. 334-618-4430 -One Owner. Immac-
fully loade L $,12 n np h nrr.c:,rT, Mazda'06 RX8. ing damper, no ma- Harley Davidson '08 Yamaha '09 13V late. 34-793-0095 LF14760
E. 30,216 miles, $16,500 334-718-1188 3K mi. black, warran- 2500 miles. $8,500. 14V8, , swb, auto, NOTCE
Cadillac '94 334-308-1395 eetle- ty, perfect cond. 0. 96 1 erruns & looks good. SHERIFF'S SALE
Fle206 erry Mo Top. ror 3Mazda 07' 5 Grand Turbo, AT, sun-roof, many xtras. $13,500 wagon, V-, o ded, Needs some work.
2006 IMerIcuIrya. d ,n.334 3 touring, exc cond re- leather, 5 CD/Cas- 850-526-2790 portUtilityVehice 30,000 miles, lke new $2,500. 334-735-5404
Only $ 3.900 mining warr. 48,000 sette, runs great, ex- - $3225. 334-790-7959 Chevy'71 E Camn NOTICE IS HEREBY
Call 334-793-0095 mi. black $14,500. cellent gas mileage. Chevy '08 Yukon SLT, 350 Engine, $750 GIVEN that pursuant
FaOD.".s 334-445-3652 or 256- $5,500.334-790-2144 , rear eteat s.t dTr -Tracor 850594-3282 t a lev issued in
FORD 09 Mustang 452-8026 0Dower lift gate. 3rd I l the Circuit Count of
O s nVW'06 Passat, load- seat. 12K Chevy '83 Truck, Jackson County, Flor-
Bullit, H d Mercedes '04 Benz ed, blue/black, GPS, miles, garaged,' 231 Massey Fergu- auto. transmission, ida on the 5th of Oc-
Green, 1000 mi, E320, sports pack- sattalite radio, new perfect. $5. 00 son, 1541 hours, 38hp air, good cond., tober, 2009 in the
r '3 a , warranty, ge, ch coal/black tires, like new inside Harley Spcrter 06' 334-692 4124L or with disc, $8500, 73,500 miles, $3500 cause whereinnno
Chevrolet 01',72Car,3-7ar7.91 \odd interior. 59K miles " i, d , Estr 7000 9 9ms D e rennt
V6 rer, St ilnew. $26,500., $17,000. 334806759K miles. & out. 119K, moving Orange 1200R, Vance 334.79776F03 334-792-8018 OBO. 334-794-9258 nations Federal Cred-
200 . F -d Blue.c.1 A, CD .4-790-94 17,000.334-806-7190 overseas. $12,000. & Hines Short Shots, . 4 eat41na ac union, is plaintiff
u .2007r,,r e. bu . u- ' ro i34-790-9431 FMercedes 98' SLK230, 334-347-0414 braidedlnes,8,900 n:hv Tn.:,''4.I. 42n a tolT. and G3r Cosper, is
SEL Plus, loaded. Player, smoked leather, Hd. top, Con- 8Jettami$7,995.794-8037 5K. we n ter, mpl defendant. be
Leather, 17,000 miles; T-Tops, 161k miles, vert. Supercharged, 4 '08 Jetta r. Sparing cleanmeCase Number 07-
334793 0095 $5000, good cond.,cyl. Cd, 89K mi. MUST SELL! Harley Ultra Classic $16.900. 334-791-2812 S10.i00. 850.263 7406 1145-SP in said court,
334-797-2706 $10,500.334-898-1201 $250 down $249 per '07 15K miles, newBushho944i I, Louis S. Roberts, Ill
334-797-2706 $10,500. 4-898-1201month Call Ron Ellis tires, extras, garage Chevy Tralblazer 08 eady, shelter kept as Sherf of Jackson
Mercury '91 Cougar, 334-714-0028 kept.$15,000.334- black. LS 3K mi. A. C $10.00080 4 hey 0, r County Florida have
fully equipped,lke Yamaha '07 FZ low 794-5296 or 596-5098 & Rear air Exc. Cond. 347-4283 or 334,447- V6 vortex, a/t, a/c. levied upon all the
Ford '65 T-Birdautonew 62K miles. $3600 $1500. '07334-791-915 2572 1604-1Exc con right, title,.and inter-
390 4bb slide steer- MUST SEE! 334-648- miles. 2K mi. $5,500. Honda '03 Shadow $15,000. 334-791-9115 2572 160 m., Exccond. right, t and
ing 69K miles $ 5 5817 334-632-1100 Ace Deluxe, 750 C, Ford '00 Explorer$4RD Tractor 000 ob (D) 334 est of the above
$8995 lots ofeaccessories, 4WD, auto,ploaded, w/cab, 14hp, raexc. 798-1768 (N)691-2987 named Defendant,
2007 Fod Escape. 750 Mitsubishii'07Galantst 24Kmiles$3500 black, excellent . cond. $12,100. obo Dodge '08 Quad cab, to the following de-
Loaded, Below NADA.334-797-5051 Like New! $200 down ClassicsAnt FIRM. 334-494-6808 condition, newtires, 2cultivatorsold sep. 5.7 Hemi, loaded. scribed property, to-
$16,900. 793-0095 Ford '93 Taurus, runs $209 per month Honda 03'VTX 1800 101k m.,$4,500 firm. 334-701-1836 $16,500. 334-796-8174 Wit:
good, needs AC, Call Ron Ellis '69 Chevelle Malibu Eond.Rdico-346848
CHEVROLET '9 $2200.1-334-475-1723 334-714-0028 Convertible SBC, au- oc. hrome Ford '98 ExplorerDodge 97' Ram 1984 Toyota Truck
to, PB, PS, Red/Black newc Ford '98 Explorer, ready, shelter kept. 1500 Ext-cab 360Truck
Malibu LT, remote Ford '93 Taurus, runs Nissan '05 Altima, 2.5, Runs & Drives Great $6200. 334-308-1395 $575 down, 0% Inter- $1000. 334-347-4283 1500 Ext-cab 360 V I n #
start, 9,200 miles, good, needs AC. S 5 speed, 31k mi.' $14,900 obo. Honda 06' CRF 50 est. Daylight Auto Fi- or 334-447-2572 Magnum 4 barrel JT4RN66SZES011063
4 door, automatic 2200. 334-475-1723 like new, $12,900 850- (334)618-0585 Exc. cond. $500. 850- dancing. 1-800-470- holly hunter green,
transmission, Like 482-2994 0650 9am/9pm MASSEY Ferguson Custom fiberglass 1993 GMC Truck
New condition, silver Ford 95' Mustang,Co- Chevy - 85 Silverado569-2461 240 model '85 41 HP hood, 22" hood VIN #
2007 Lincoln MKZ. exterior, charcoal in- nvertable $2500 850- Subaru 1993 right CoT, pli.ilv r .s.re i-d - GMC '00 Jimmy. deisel tractor$5,900 scoop, stainless 1GTEK14K9PZ541474
One Owner, $18,000. terior, 2WD, ABS, AC, 726-0256hand drive steering .4200 30-766-8261 grill & bumpers
334-793-0095 AM/FM, bucket seats wheel, new transmis- 5.Enre$l0.a3 OBO 850-526-2J91 M Snap on tread
. ,CD. cruise. driver . _ . . ;,,n n ming belt, FrT, 3343,90564 TmVa Alum.tool box, 6" and on the 14th day
.3 � ,iir,,ag. p -. nger " '., ad brkes, .lift kit, 6" glass of December, 2009 at
3 ,. rbalM. PL. PS. e's "'3t m~an, mc-re aew M- .2l A R29 2 Or.Gm J packs, alum. racing the Jackson County
. 200.,93, -. part:. lw. mileage. e.,:cllemn drivenr has 62 Diesel 4 in Iift. rims Lots of extras! Sheriff's Office, 4012
841 Cai .r more details matcCr.g trairr. Honda 6e' Refles aluminum wheels Needs some work. Lafayette Street, Ma-
r =_ - -k2295242451 $15,000. 850-482-6632 250qc 68 MPG gar, 12x36 Radial $6500. 080 rianna, Florida 32446

r u mes,tra clean, power windows, $2,950. 334-797-2866 $4800 obo. 850-762- Dodge '98 Ram 1500 of 9:30 a.m. CST or as
LT, Maroon with gray new tires, $4300. seat, & door locks. 9333 Xcab. $575 down, 0% soon thereafter as
interior, 4 cylinder, 334-792-8018 CDQ, ext. set of rims. CHECK Md HONDA '09 230 CRF CHRYSLER '05 Town/ Interest Daylight Au- possible, I will offer
XM radio, CD, onstar $3,500. OBO 334-632- OUPONTIAC - 67 GTO Dirt Bike. Like new, Tahoe 07' LTZ 55K mi. Country LX, 55,000 to Financing. 1-800- for sale all of the said
D Chevrolet'94 0127 / 334-797-9115 OUT THE Excellent condition. Still under warranty, black w/ tan int. fully mi, Loaded, Great 470-0650 9am/9pm Defendant, Gary
sunroof, 12,000 miles. Beretta, $1200, saramyshelleturner@ C$20,000 OBO. BLUE, $3,200 or best loaded, nav. $28,500 cond. $8500. Cospers, rights, title,
$16,900.334-797-0987 334-596-0490 yahoo.com CLMSIFIEDS!IWHITE. (334)389-0554 offer334-449-8484 334-333-6401 334-677-3613. interest, in the afore-
said property at'pub-
lic outcry and will
sell the same, subject
to all prior liens, en-
cumbrances, and
Ford 01 Ranger Edge the hight and best

334-790-7959 as may be to the pay-
Ford '02 F150 XLT, ment of costs and
red, 4WD, Triton the satisfaction of
V8/5.4L eng, 104,168 the above-described
mi., Super Crew Cab, levy. All interested
good tires, tool box, parties may view. the
$13,500. 334-894-1212 vehicles one half
or 334-494-2823 hour prior to sale at
miles, manual, new In Accordance with
tires. $4400 OBO ie Ameri,-an with
334-693-0685 dl;ab,ilitue act, per-
sonn wth disabilities
commodaton to par-
- ti:,care Hr. this pro-


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