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Jackson County Floridan
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Jackson County Floridan
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Marianna, Fla
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It's beginning to look a lot like
Christmas around Jackson
County, and this Friday, the town
of Grand Ridge will be celebrat-
ing the season with their annual
Christmas parade and festival.
The parade will start at Grand
Ridge Town Hall on Porter
Avenue at 4 p.m. and.will contin-
ue south on State Road. 69 to
Florida Street. It will end at John
Thomas Porter Park, located
behind Grand Ridge School on
Florida Street.
Following the parade, the town
will host the annual Christmas
festival for the community with a
free hot dog and chili dinner.
There will also be games and
prizes for the children, and a visit
with the one and' only Santa
According to Grand Ridge
Town Clerk Alicia Corder, every.
child who visits Santa will
receive a goody bag.

The Jackson County
Commission is again seriously
thinking about building a new
administration complex, or buy-
ing and retrofitting an old retail
store as an alternative.
The -old Wal-Mart store, built
in 1988, is believed to be the
main candidate for the second
The idea of a new administra-
tion building first surfaced more
than five years ago, and the
USDA Rural Development even-
tually promised an $8 million
low-interest loan for construc-
The county went as far as buy-
.ing property for the new building,
had preliminary designs drawn
up, and retained a construction
manager. But it shelved the proj-
ect when the economy started
declining a couple of years ago.
* With the USDA money set
aside for five years now, and with
no further action by the county,
the federal agency is getting
impatient. The county has been
advised it needs to either move
forward or release its claim on
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the county until the end of
January to make a decision.
On Tuesday, commissioners
asked their construction manager,
Ajax Building Corporation, to
dust off the construction plans
and estimate how much of a
structure $8 million could buy in
the current economy.
The county wants to build a
three-story structure comprising
about 55,000 square feet. Those
plans may have to be redesigned,
an Ajax representative told the
board, but current prices are good
for the project.
As an alternative, the company
was also asked to look into the
possibility of buying the old retail
space and retrofitting it as a new
home for county operations.
Commissioner Chuck Lockey
said he thought it was incumbent
on the county to see if that would
be a more cost-efficient plan.
Commissioner Willie Spires
cast the lone negative vote on
investigating the existing store,
indicating he thought a new
building would be a more prudent
use of the money because of
longevity; the relative cost of
retrofitting as opposed to new
construction, and other issues.

See COUNTY, Page 7A

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County Administrator Ted Lakey listens as the county commission
discusses plans for a new administrative building. USDA Rural
Development offered the county an $8 million loan five years ago;
USDA now says the county must use the loan, or lose it. -Mark

Green Circle hooking in to city gas Local-author
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Green Circle BioEnergy will likely extend
the operating hours of its Cottondale-area
plant after it is connected to Marianna's natu-
ral gas line.
That plan was announced Tuesday by
Jackson County Development Council
Executive Director Bill Stanton.
He said the county would be in line for a
franchise fee related to the delivery of the fuel
upon its roadways, and estimated that the fee
could mean $40,000 a year to the county.
The county's electrical franchise fee related
to Green Circle is already more than
$200,000 a year. That total will increase if the
hours are.extended as expected, Stanton said.
. The plant runs about 18 hours a day now,
and could go to a 24-7 production schedule.
Green Circle buys trees from the area and
creates wood pellets used by European mar-
kets in creating alternative sources of fuel. It
currently employs about 220 people.
Stanton said the company is switching as a
cost-saving measure to natural gas, from liq-
uid propane, to run some of its operations.'
Marianna is the sole municipal provider of
natural gas services in the area, and will be
running a 12.5-mile line to get the fuel there,
Stanton said.
In connection with that, county commis-
sioners were asked, and agreed, to give the
city right-of-way easement along two county
roads, Kynesville and Thompson, in the path
of that planned line.
Running the line for Green Circle will also
open up the entire corridor for others in the
area to take advantage of the extended natural
gas line, Stanton pointed out. That would
benefit both the city and the county, as well,
and one would. add customers and the other
would see more franchise fee revenue.
Stanton asked the county for a bit of help in
getting the gas line extension under way.
At his request, the commission agreed to
allow Stanton to help the company apply for
a community development block grant under
the county's umbrella. The company is seek-

A tent shelters visitors touring the Green Circle Bio Energy plant shortly after it opens. The
county was told Tuesday-Green Energy could expand its operations here if a new natural
gas pipeline is installed. -Floridan file photo

ing a $750,000 grant to help with up-front
financing. Running the line will cost an esti-
mated $1.9 million, Stanton said.
After it builds a second plant in another
state as announced in November, the compa-
ny could also revisit a once-considered idea
of expanding the local plant .as well, accord-
ing to Stanton.
He said Green Circle had at one time con-
sidered a 50-percent expansion here rather
than building a new plant elsewhere, but ulti-
mately went with a second plant. .

He said there's been' no commitment to
expand the local plant beyond, extending
hours and adding people to man the extra
shift, but also said the idea cold be reconsid-
ered in the future. The plant is located on a
roughly 300-acre parcel, with only about half
currently being used in the operation of the
Green Circle, which asked for no local tax
breaks when it came to Jackson County, is
already the largest single private taxpayer in
the county and one of the biggest employers.

Marianna resident and author
Brigitia Nuccio. ill be holding a
book signing for her new book,
"Quit Smoking Success" this
Saturday, Dec. .12, at Chipola
River Book and Tea, located at
4402 Lafayette St.
In a phone interview, Nuccio
expressed her excitement about
the signing and hopes she sees a
good turnout.
Nuccio also explained her
desire to write a book to help peo-
ple stop smoking all began when
she was working as a cardiolo-
"After five years of working in
cardiology, I noticed that the
sickest people, and the people
who struggled the most to recov-
er, were the smokers," Nuccio
said. "That's when I decided I
wanted to help them, help people
to stop smoking for good."
Nuccio then. decided to under-
go specialty training through the
University of Medicine and
Dentistry of New Jersey, in order
to become a certified tobacco
treatment specialist.
With the .training, Nuccio's
efforts expanded. She initiated
smoking prevention programs in
Florida schools, and received
recognition from the Quit
Tobacco Summit as the "youth
champion" for Florida, due to her
In a short biography, Nuccio
stated she is "very passionate in
See BOOK, Page 7A >

College puts on Christmas fest

A good crowd turned out for the
Baptist College of Florida's Holiday
Homecoming and Christmas Music
Festival, despite chilly temperatures
and threatening weather Friday, offi-
cials there report.
Faculty wives sold some of their arts
and crafts during the event, with the
money going to a scholarship fund for
the spouses of students who also want
to take courses.
Another highlight of the evening was
the electric train display set up in the
old school house in Heritage Village.
The trains are owned by BCF professor
Dr. James Newell, who shared his
hobby with the public.
The musical sold out Friday night
and there was also a big crowd
Saturday night, officials said.
Three professors served as wise men
in the musical, telling the Christmas

story in character. The show was
directed by Dr. Don Odom, chairman
of BCF's Music and Worship Division.
It was a night when visitors stepped
back in time to enjoy some old-fash-
ioned talents like cane grinding, quilt
making, caroling, handmade crafting,
basket weaving and authentic artisan
demonstrations throughout the
Warm bowls of homemade chili and
hot ham biscuits were snapped up by
the crowd, along with hot chocolate
and apple cider.
See related story on Page 7A.

Lynn Bauldree, right, talks about how
lye soap was made as three year old
Maddox Noye and Holly Noye try
their hand at stirring a pot of. it
Friday at the Baptist College of
Florida's Holiday Homecoming.
-Mark Skinner/Floridan

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

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FAX: (850) 482-4478
Mailing Address:
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Street Address:
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Marianna, FL 32446
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rect mistakes promptly. To
report an error, please call
526-3614 Monday-Friday.

December 9 - Wednesday
* Chipola retirees are invited to lunch for
the last meeting of 2009, 11:30 a.m. at the
Gazebo Coffee Shoppe.& Deli in downtown
* 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

December 10 - Thursday
* 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 UF-IFAS Jackson County Extension
Office, 2741 Pennsylvania Ave. in
Marianna, hosts a live Polycom broadcast
of the Forest Stewardship videoconfer-
ence, "Find. Technical and Financial
Assistance for Small Farm, Forest and
Wildlife Management," 12-4 p.m. Call 482-
9620 to register.
* Habitat for Humanity hosts an open
house and house dedication for house No.
44 (Staley family), 12-5 p.m.(dedication at
5 p.m.) at 4137.Cedar St. in Marianna.
* The Jackson County Library Boafd
meets in workshop at 3 p.m. in the Board
of County Commissioner chambers,'to dis-
cuss plans for a fundraiser. .
* Marianna's Gathering Place
Foundation's regular charity dance (usual-
ly every second Friday) moves to
Thursday, Dec. 10 this month - 6 p.m, at
Jim's Buffet and Grill. Cost is $6. Dinner
optional. Event proceeds will help mail
packages to the troops. Call 526-4561.
* Habitat for Humanity's annual board
meeting is at 6 p.m. in the New Gallilee
Missionary Baptist Church, 2155 Highway
73, with a covered-dish dinner. �
* Alcoholics Anonymous meets
Thursday 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 11 - Friday
* Chipola Medical Associates hosts an
open house, 10 a.m. to. 1 p.m. in the newly
renovated Suite 210 of the Hudnall
Building, 4230 Hospital Dr., Marianna, with

free blood sugar, blood pressure and
peripheral vascular screenings; food; and
educational material.
* The Town of Greenwood's 11th annual
Christmas Open House is 1-5:30 p.m. in
the Town Hall, 4207 Bryan St., Greenwood.
* Better Breathers meets 2-3 p.m. in the
Hudnall Building Community Room, 4230
Hospital Drive, Marianna. BobbieJo Babb
of Guardian Medical Monitoring will dis-
cuss "Making Air-Natural Lip Balm."
Friends, caregivers welcome. Holiday
refreshments served. No cost. Call 718-
2849.. .
* The Town of Grand Ridge Christmas
Parade starts at 4 p.m. (line-up, 3 p.m.),
on Hall Street, turns east on Florida Street
.and ends at John Thomas Porter Park. No
entry fee for participants. The Christmas
Festival follows with Santa taking chil-
dren's Christmas lists and handing out
goodie bags. The town will serve hot dogs
and chili. Bring a lounge chair. Call 592-
* The Three Rivers State Park Christmas
Lights Show is Dec. 11-13 and Dec. 18-20.
Gates open 5-7 p.m. Admission is free;
donations accepted.
* The Town ,of Alford's annual Senior
Citizens Christmas Dinner is at 6 p.m. in
the Community Center. All Alford area sen-
iors are invited. Call 579-4684.,
* 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-
* 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.

December 12 - Saturday
* Local author Britta Nuccio will be sign-
ing copies of her new book, "Quit Smoking
Success," 10 a.m.-2 p.m. at Chipola River
Book & Tea in downtown Marianna.
* 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-

* The City of Cottondale Christmas
Festival begins with a 5:30 p.m. tree light-
ing cerempny behind City Hall. After, Santa
Claus stops by the Cottondale Community
Center, 2659 Front St., where there will be
activities for children of all ages. Call 352-
* AA 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.
* The Three Rivers State Park Christmas
Lights Show is Dec. 11-13 and Dec. 18-20.
Gates open 5-7 p.m. Admission is free;
donations accepted.

December 13 - Sunday
* The Three Rivers State Park Christmas
Lights Show is Dec. 11-13 and Dec. 18-20.
Gates open 5-7 p.m. Admission is free;
donations accepted.

December 14 - Monday
* The Jackson County Chamber of
Commerce will conduct a ribbon cutting
ceremony for the grand opening of Beef '0'
Brady's, 10 a.m. at 4944 Malloy Plaza East
(behind Superior Bank; next to Sonny's) in
Marianna. Call 482-0002 or 482-8060.
* Today is the entry deadline for the
Town of Sneads Christmas Parade (set for.
Dec. 18, 4 p.m.). To participate, call
Danielle Dickens at 593-6636.
* The NAACP Jackson County branch
meets at 4:30 p.m. in the Jackson County
Agriculture Complex on.. Pennsylvania
Avenue in Marianna, to discuss issues
concerning the Arthur G. Dozier School for
* The Sneads Carlisle Rose Garden Club
celebrates the season with a Christmas
party, 6:30 p.m. at the Log Cabin in
Sneads. Members' families welcome.
Traditional foods will be served. Decorating
begins Monday at 10 a.m. Call 592-2012.
* The Cottondale City Commission con-
venes its regular monthly meeting at 6
p.m. in the Commission room.
* The Jackson County Democratic Party
meeting is at 6 p.m. in the Jackson County
Board of Commissioners office. Call 482-
5943 or 482-4220.
* AA has an open meeting each Monday,
8-9 p.m. at the First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna.
Meet in the AA room.


The Marianna Police
Department listed the
following incidents for
Dec. 7, the
latest avail- _-
able report: 2'
One armed --
and danger- CRIME
ous person,
one traffic
accident, one suspicious
vehicle, one burglary, one
civil dispute, one threat-
ening call, one illegally

parked vehicle, one dis-
turbance, one public serv-
ice call, two threats and
six traffic stops.
The Jackson County
Sheriff's Office listed the
following incidents for
Dec. 7, the latest avail-
able report: One aban-
doned vehicle, two
alarms, one assist of
another agency, one bur-

glary, three civil disputes,
two "disturbances, '12
EMS calls, two harass-
ments, one highway
obstruction, two attended
deaths, three larceny
complaints, two escorts,
one missing person, one
missing person found,
seven public service
calls, one stolen vehicle,
three. suspicious persons,
one threat, one traffic
accident, 13 traffic stops,
one prisoner transport

and two warrant arrests.
The following people
were booked into the
county jail during the lat-
est reporting periods:
- Latoya Baker,' 23,
1550 Ivy Lane, Sneads,
violation of county pro-
- James Santiago, 23,
6378 Blue Springs Road,

Marianna, violation of
county probation.
- Amanda Summerall,
27, 2741 Henderson
Road, Cottondale, hold
for Marion County.
To report a crime, call
CrimeStoppers at 526-
To report a wildlife vio-
lation, call 1-888-404-
FWCC (3922).

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Jackson County Floridan * Wednesday, December 9, 2009 - 3A

Moline honored Health Dept. gets mini-grant

The Marianna Health and Rehabilitation Center Board
of Trustees honors long-term board member Elsie
Moline, RN, who is retiring from the board after 16
years of dedicated service. From left are Bruce Baldwin,
consultant; Aaron Moneyham, administrative assistant;
Melinda Gay, administrator; Moline; the Rev. Roland
Rabon, board chair; Chequita Jones, RN, employee
representative; City Commissioner Howard Milton; and
Dr. 'John Spence, medical director. - Contributed

Optimist at Sunland

Each year the Optimist Club of Jackson County has a
Halloween Party for the residents of Johnson Cottage at
Sunland. At this year's party, the guys were given cup-
cakes, chips, cookies and Bugles (one of their favorites).
Members of the club present for Halloween were, from
left, Sylvia Henry, Debbie Gochenaur, Ann Strickland,
Karen Keesee and President Azur Sims. - Contributed

The Jackson County Health
Department Diabetes Self-
Management Education program
received confirmation Dec. 2 it
received a mini-grant.
This award is very-competitive and
only one applicant is funded
statewide, according to a news
release from the health department.
The Florida Alliance for Diabetes
Prevention and Care, also known as
the Alliance, and the Florida
Department of Health, Diabetes
Prevention and Control Program will
be providing funding and mentoring
to the local DSME program.
All efforts are in order to achieve

recognition and national accredita-
tion from the American Association
of Diabetes Educators, which would
help DSME program services to
improve, as well as increase in quan-
The health department's news
* release did not state how much the
mini-grant was for.
The DPCP was created in July
1997. Its goal is to reduce the burden
and the health-related complications
faced by Floridians with diabetes, by
improving access to, and the quality
of diabetes care.
"I am very excited about the possi-
bilities for Jackson County Health
Department's DSME program," M.R.
Street, partnerships liaison with the

Chipola, local groups collect fc
SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN scored a collection drive for the State FACC Convention

The Chipola College
Chapter of the Florida
Association of Community
Colleges recently spon-

Operation Shoebox, which
provides items for mem-
bers of the military serving
in Iraq and Afghanistan.
The items were taken to

in Orlando, where they
were added to donations
from Florida's 27 other
community, colleges and
shipped overseas. The

The Chipola College Chapter of the Florida Association of Community Colleges
recently-sponsored a collection drive for Operation Shoebox, which provides items
for members of the military serving in Iraq and Afghanistan. Several local groups
contributed to the effort. - Contributed photo

Local Toys for Tots campaign in full swing

The 2009 Jackson
County Toys for Tots cam-
paign is in full swing. All
the toys collected will go to
needy children in Jackson
Donations of new toys
are accepted through Dec.
16, at toy drop-box loca-
tions throughout Jackson
* Beall's Outlets in



tickets now

on sale
Tickets are now on sale
for Jazzmatazz 2010 to be
presented by Chipola
College's Award-Winhing
Show Choir, Jan. 7, 8, and
9, 2010, at 7 p.m. nightly in
the Chipola Theatre.
The public is urged to
purchase their tickets early.
Celebrating 25 years of
Show Choir at Chipola, this
year's Jazzmatazz, entitled
"My Favorite Things" will
feature high-energy song
and dance favorites of the
18 member troupe and their
directors Angie White and
Dr. Josh Martin, featuring
choreography by Brittney
Show Choir members'
include Ashley Bruce of
Greenwood; Dianna Glaze
of Blountstown; Jenna
Griffin and Caroline Segers
of Bonifay; Joe Evans and
Brenna Kneiss of Chipley;
Lynnsey Prevatt of Ashford,
AL; Madison Wester of
Grand Ridge; Quintin
Beechum and JuJuan Clark
of Campbellton; Jonathan
Keeman of Cottondale,
Keith Watford of
Graceville; Cam Hitchcock,
Brent Jones, Bryan
Whitfield, Kyndall
Covington, Emily Harrison
and Kylee Shores, all of
Tickets - $10 for adults
and $5 for 18 and under -
for the annual show are
available from Show Choir
members, or in the lobby of
the McLendon Fine Arts
Building, or by phoning
Anita Adams at 718-2277.

Marriages -
Nov. 30 - Dec. 4
* None reported.
Divorces -
Nov. 30 - Dec. 4
* None reported.

Marianna and Chipley. * Integras Wellness
* Family Dollar stores Center.
throughout Jackson * Dollar General in
County. . Marianna, Greenwood and
* Regions Bank in Cottondale.
Marianna. * Microtel, Comfort Inn,
* Dr. .Ben Saunders, Country Inn and Suites,
DDS. ' Holiday Inn Express, -and
* Payne & Payne the Ramada Inn in
Dentistry. Marianna.
* Panhandle Family * Sonic.
Practice. * Hardee's restaurants in
* Big Lots in Marianna. Cottondale, Graceville,
* Bay's Music. Chipley, Youngstown,


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in the press release.
"I am confident the Alliance's
mentoring services and the mini-
grant funds will help Jackson move
.its program toward its goal of accred-
itation, which in turn will promote
the goals of the Alliance and the
Diabetes Prevention and Control
Program," Street said.
The Florida Alliance for Diabetes
Prevention and Care is a statewide
partnership promoting diabetes pre-
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Kathy Mulcahy, community part-
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will be providing the mentorship
service for the Jackson County
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a 40 foot trailer, with 28
additional boxes which
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President Matt White said,
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.employees, but also from
community groups like the
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Managing Editor: Michael Becker

Guest Opinion


Court could


beach work

Florida municipalities spend mil-
lions of taxpayer dollars a year to
restore beaches and protect coastal
property that is so critical to the
state's tourism economy. But a case,
pending before the U.S. Supreme
Court could throw sand into the gears
of those efforts, if justices put the nar-
row interests of a few waterfront prop-
erty owners ahead of the interests of
the general public in Florida.
Last week the high court heard
arguments from a lawyer for six
Panhandle property owners who con-
tend they deserve compensation for
losing their private waterfront access
because of a beach restoration project.
If they win, the cost of paying off
property owners could make the
already high price of restoring beach-
es prohibitively expensive.
The property owners are essentially
arguing that the project reduced the
value of their land by changing it from
Waterfront to waterview, and prevent-
ing them from kicking people off the
beach in front of their homes. They
first took their bid for money to state
court, and wound up before the
Florida Supreme Court. Last year a
majority of its justices wisely ruled
against the property owners and
upheld a decades-old state law gov-
erning beach restoration.
That law calls beach erosion a "seri-
ous menace to the economy and gen-
eral welfare" of Florida. It authorizes
the state to identify "critically eroded"
beaches and restore them using state
funds to cover up to 75 percent of the
The law provides that the property
above the former high-water mark on
the beach, if privately owned, remains
private. Property below that line,
including newly created beach, is pub-
lic. Considering it's the public footing
the bill for the new strip of sand, this
seems right and fair.
The property owners represented at
the U.S. Supreme Court last week did-
n't lose an inch of their land as a
result of the beach restoration project,
as Justice Stephen Breyer pointed out.
They weren't deprived of their access
to the Gulf of Mexico, or their view of *
it. They are reaping the benefit, at
public expense, of more protection
against storm surges.
Florida developed its own system
decades ago to balance public and pri-
vate interests in beach restoration. The
U.S. justices should leave it alone.

*Reprinted with permission from the
South Florida Sun Sentinel.

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is guilty of taking lives. He
says that he was "only pres-
ent" when the murders took
place. Yet, as far as I under-
stand, Mr. Williams has not
given the names of those who
did the murders, if he did not
do them himself.
Also, his peers have found
Mr. Wesley John Williams
guilty of four counts of mur-
der. Therefore, Genesis 9:6
should be obeyed: "Whoso
sheddeth man's blood, by
man shall his blood be shed:
for in the image of God mad
He man." (Genesis 9:6).
The taking of these four
lives was not only an offense
to society, these individuals
and their family members,
but it was an offense to the


One who created these four
individuals. Capital punish-
ment is supported in the
Word of God in many places.
Yet in our society, the major-
ity does not support it -
even those who call them-
selves "Christians."
Judge Wright, this man
was there. Therefore, he is
guilty of first degree murder,
committed by him, br he is
guilty of first degree murder
as an associate to the fact.
His peers found Mr. Williams
guilty of four counts of mur-
der. Why would any Judge
rule contrary to the findings
of one's peers?
I ask this question knowing
that in today's modern and
liberal society, we have those


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Dear editor,
I write concerning the rul-
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to not give Wesley John
Williams the death penalty
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committing in March 2005.
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who have murdered hundreds
and are still waiting to be
tried. Just a few weeks ago,
one murdered 15 fellow peers
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jail for several years at tax-
payers' expense, and then
come out and murder again.
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their crime - "sin" - many
will think twice before com-
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Dr. James Newell, 53,
started collecting electric
trains when he was about
four years old and now has
about 75.
A few of those are run-
ning on four layouts in his
garage at home, and he
brought two of those to the.
festival. He has Lionel,
Marx, Bachmann, and
American Flyer trains, and
said his collection sat dor-
mant about 15 years.
That all changed a few
years after he and wife
Roberta adopted their son
almost 18 years ago. When
the child, Andrew,. was
about four years old, the;
family went to a fair in
Alabama, where the
youngster was mesmerized
by a trail display. That
inspired Newell to dust off
a few, of his prime models,
and Roberta, an artist and
art teacher at Graceville
Elementary" School, went
to work painting scenery
for the layouts.
Their son will soon be 18
and still enjoys trains,


Space is so cramped in the current
- administration building and in the
county courthouse, that the county
has to rent additional space for sev-
eral operations it must provide
offices for, including the Supervisor
of Elections, the Public Defender's
office and the State Attorney's
Those rentals cost the county a
combined $97,615 a year..
Ajax is supposed to bring its find-
ings back to the commission on Jan.
County Administrator Ted Lakey
said he was fairly confident USDA
would continue to hold the money
for a bit longer if the county shows
serious progress toward a decision.

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my belief that anyone can
stop smoking and I work
enthusiastically to guide
and support smokers as they
face this challenge."
In the phone interview,
Nuccio explained she want-
ed to help people to being
trying to quit.
"I -don't want to throw
facts about how bad ciga-
rettes are or anything like
that," she said. "My book is
to be used as a tool for those
who wish to quit smoking."
She said the book is full
of practical advice to help
prepare people for quitting
and to quit for good.
"Quit Smoking Success" .
is available nationwide in Brigitta
most bookstores and online. Saturdc

Three year old Kolton Wilson loved the model trains being run by James Newell dur-
ing the Baptist College of Florida's Holiday Homecoming Friday in Heritage Village.
-Mark Skinner/Floridan

although he's a bit more ly set up' a train layout
into computers these days, ..around their Christmas
his father said. tree. It's not up as of this
The Newells traditional- writing, but Newell said the

track will be laid soon.

See related story on
Page 1A.

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put aside $270,000 each year, with
$800,000 in the fund as of August.
The county agreed to set aside
$375,000 in 2010. By September,
the escrow account should contain
at least $1.19 million.
Lakey said that, according to car-
rent estimates, the county could
make its entire construction loan
payment each year from the escrow
fund, and with the rental money the
county would no longer be paying
for the other agencies. The 30-year
note would come to about $465,263
Lakey said he hopes commission-
ers will seriously consider moving
on the project now, since labor costs
are lower at this time.

Although the project was put on
hold, county commissioners have
continued to put money in escrow
with the idea of using it to reduce
the loan amount it would need to
obtain from USDA, or as a cushion
in repaying the debt.
The escrow account was created
after the county re-negotiated its
agreement with Waste Management
as the host county for that compa-
ny's landfill. That negotiation
resulted in a higher annual tipping
fee for the county.
Since then, a little less than three-
quarters of that fee has been placed
in the account for a new building
each year.
Since June 2007, the county has

Nuccio will be signing copies of her book "Quit Smoking Success" this
ay at Chipola River Book and Tea. -Mark Skinner/Floridan


James & Lipford
Funeral Home
5390 Cotton St.
Graceville, FL 32440


Florence Hazel
Woodham Miller, 87, of
Graceville passed away
Monday, Dec. 7, 2009, fol-
lowing a brief illness.
The funeral service will
be at 10 a.m. Wednesday,
Dec. 9, 2009 at the First
United Methodist Church
in Graceville with the Rev.
Dan Rhodes officiating;
Burial will follow in Marvin
Chapel Cemetery with
James & Lipford Funeral
Home in Graceville direct-
The family will receive
friends at the First United
Methodist Church Fellow-
ship Hall, Tuesday, from
5:30 to 7:30 p.m.
In lieu of flowers, memo-
rial contributions may be
made to the First United
Methodist Church or Cove-
nant Hospice of Marianna,
4440 Lafayette St., Suite C,
Marianna, FL 32446.
Hazel was born Nov. 10,
1922. She was office miran-
ager for Dr. Jack. Miller
many years and a member
of the First United Method-
ist Church of Graceville.
She is survived by her
husband, Dr. F. Jack Miller;
son, Lee Miller and his wife
Debbie, of Graceville;
daughters, Lynne Hooper
* and husband Bobby, of
Lynn Haven, Leslie Polston
and husband Lamar, and
Lina Henrickson and hus-
band Everett, of Graceville;
11 grandchildren; 17 great-
grandchildren; and 16
James & Sikes Funeral
Home Maddox Chapel
4278 Lafayette St.
Marianna, FL 32446

Betty Gail

Betty Gail Calloway Oliv-
er, 65, of Bascom, was sur-
rounded by her loving fam-
ily when she- was taken
home to heaven by Jesus
on Monday, Dec. 7, 2009.
She was born May 6, 1944,
in Donalsonville, Ga. Mrs.
Oliver was disabled for
more than 15 years.
She attended the Friend-
ship United Methodist
Church in Gordon, Ala.,
and was a devoted and car-
ing wife, mother and
grandmother. Betty was a
quiet and sweet-spirited
person, and her children
and grandchildren loved
her dearly.
She was preceded in
death by her husband, Ben
Oliver; a son, Robin Oliver;
a brother, Cecil Calloway;
and a sister, Marjorie Hall.

Survivors include three
daughters, Gina Skipper
and husband Danny, of
Malone, Amy Frye and hus-
band Gerry,. of Bascom,
and Ashlee Brazeau and
husband Matthew, of
Douglas, Ma.; . and 11
The funeral service will
be at 2 p.m. Thursday, Dec.
10, at the Friendship Unit-
ed Methodist Church near
Gordon, Ala., with'the Rev.
Raymond Owens officiat-
ing. Burial will follow in the
church cemetery, with
James & Sikes Funeral
Home Maddox Chapel di-
The family will receive
friends from 6 to 8 p.m.
Wednesday Dec. 9, at
James & Sikes Funeral
Home Maddox Chapel.
The family requests that
flowers be omitted. Memo-
rial contributions may be
made to the Friendship
United Methodist Church
C/O P.O. Box 727, Malone,
FL 32445.

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

Nina Cloud

Nina Cloud Perdue, 80,
of Marianna died Tuesday,
Dec. 8, 2009, at Bay Medi-
cal Center. She was born in
Malone and retired from
Sunland Center of Marian-
She was preceded in
death by her first husband,
Zack L. Cloud; and her sec-
ond husband, George
She is survived by her
son, Larry Cloud and wife
Debbie, of Marianna; her
daughter, Shelia Mader of
Marianna; one brother,
Kenneth Culpepper of Dal-
las; three sisters, Voncille
Herring of Malone, Gayle
Bradberry of Bascom, and
Pat Johnson of Savannah,
Ga.; three grandchildren,
Zack Cloud of New York
City, Jeremy Cloud and
wife Veda, of Atlanta, and
Michael Mader of Marian-
na; three stepchildren,
Hugh Perdue of Clarksville,
James Perdue and wife
Debbie, of Blountstown,
and Norma Jean Adams
and husband Ernie, of
The funeral service will
be at 10 a.m. on Thursday,
Dec. 10, at Maddox Chapel,
with Father Norman Bray
officiating. Burial will fol-
low in Riverside Cemetery,
with James & Sikes Funeral
Home Maddox Chapel di-
The family will receive
friends from 5 to 7 p.m.
Wednesday, Dec. 9, at
Maddox Chapel.
Flowers will be accepted.
or memorial contributions
may be made to the St.
Luke's Episcopal Church
Food Pantry, 4362 Lafay-
ette St., Marianna, FL



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wins rematch

Lady Hornets edge by

Holmes County 52-51
The Cottondale Lady Hornets earned their 'second
win of the season Monday night, taking a rematch with
Holmes County 52-51 at home.
The Lady Hornets lost 51-34 in the season opener in
Bonifay. But it was a different story on Monday.
After falling behind by 10 in the first period,
Cottondale rallied to take a two-point halftime lead,
then followed with a big third period before holding off
a late Lady Blue Devils rally.
"It went good. The girls played a lot better this time,
a lot more as a team," first-year Cottondale coach Randi
Scurlock said. "I'm very proud of them, especially after
the Sneads game."
Cottondale lost to Sneads 58-56 on Friday night at
home, a disappointing loss after the Lady Hornets had
picked up a big win the night before in Vernon.
"We should've won that game," Scurlock said of
Friday night's contest. "To be on a high like that (after
beating Vernon), then losing to Sneads was rough. I
don't think we've lost to them since I was in the eighth
or ninth grade.
"But I think (the win over Holmes County) is going
to do the girls a lot of good. They know they can win
against a.good quality team. All of them are getting a lot
better. I can see improvement every game."
Cottondale led 23-21 at halftime Monday night. The
Lady Hornets then extended the lead to 42-35 on the
strength of four 3-pointers by Kiki Paul, who finished
with 15 points, all in the second half.
"Those were big shots," Scurlock said. "We needed
those at that time in the game. That really got us on a
big roll."
Holmes County cut into the lead in the fourth, and
went to the foul line with 8 seconds to play down 52-50.
After missing the first free throw, the Lady Blue
Devils made the second to cut the deficit to a point.
A technical foul on Holmes County for calling a
timeout it didn't have gave Cottondale a chance to ice
the game at. the free throw line. But the Lady Hornets
missed both shots.
See REMATCH, Page 2B >

Cottondale's Khadejah Ward (32) goes up for a lay-up over a H'olmes County
defender during a game Monday night in Cottondale. The Lady Hornets won the
game 52-51. - Mark Skinner/Floridan

Lady Bulldogs roll past Arnold 63-27

The Marianna .Lady Bulldogs moved
back up over .500 Monday night with a
63-27 win over Arnold in Panama City.
Sharhae Williams led the way with 21
points for the Lady Bulldogs, who
improved to 4-3 on the season with the
Christina Wynn added 1.1 for
Marianna, while Derricka Fitzpatrick
scored six in her second game back from
Marianna led from start to finish, tak-
ing a seven-point lead after one period
before going up 35-24 at halftime.
The Lady Bulldogs blew tHle game
wide open in the third quarter to go up
"We played pretty well," Marianna
coach Chucky Brown said. "We tried to
get a lot of players in. Offensively, we
ran the floor pretty well. But defensively,
we're still fouling too much."
Marianna committed a whopping 20
personal fouls in the. first half.
Fortunately for the Lady. Bulldogs,
Arnold committed 21.
"There were a lot of unnecessary
fouls," the* coach said. "That's what
we're definitely trying to get rid of. We

don't have a lot of post players right now,
so we can't afford the foul trouble. Our
guards are also coming in and reaching a
little too much."
Still, the Lady Bulldogs' defensive
effort was enough to limit Arnold star
Candice Edmundson to just seven points.
The 6-foot senior came into the game
averaging more than 17 points per game.
"We got her in some foul trouble early,
and just basically kept constant rotation
on her," Brown said.
The Lady Bulldogs also did something
they've had a hard time doing all season:
make free throws.
Marianna has hovered around 50 per-
cent from the foul line all season,. but
knocked, down 17-of-24 on Monday,
including 8-of-8 by Wynn.
Marianna was set to face Rutherford
Tuesday night at home, and gets a
rematch with Bay Thursday in Panama
Bay won the first game by nine points
on Nov. 30 in Marianna, with the Lady
Bulldogs missing- 22 free throws in the
It was the first game for Marianna
after the Thanksgiving break. Brown
said that was very evident by how his
See MHS, Page 2B >

Marianna's Latia Bass looks to make a pass during
a game 'earlier this season. The Lady Bulldogs
defeated Arnold 63-27 Monday night in Panama
City. - Floridan File Photo

Lady Tigers off to hot start to new season

The Graceville Lady Tigers
have come out of the gates
strong this season, boasting a
perfect 6-0 record overall,
including 4-0 in district play.
The Lady Tigers picked up
three huge wins last week,
defeating Sneads on Tuesday 55-
51, and Marianna on Thursday
61-40 before finishing out the
week with a 59-6 smashing of
In Friday night's action
against Bozeman, it was a wipe-
out from the opening tip, with
Graceville leading 22-1 at the
end of one quarter.
The Lady Tigers took advan-
tage of their massive lead and
emptied the bench, giving their
younger players some time on
the court.
The Graceville youngsters did
not disappoint, as every GHS
player posted points in the game.
Graceville was led by
Shaneika Jones with 11 points,
Wynterrra Pittman with nine,
and Tiara Sorey with seven.
In Thursday night's action
against Marianna, the Lady
Tigers fell behind early 9-2 but
rallied back and stepped up
defensively to make it a 9-9

game after one quarter.
A run before the half gave the
Lady Tigers a 24-19 lead mid-
way through the game.
The Lady Tigers continued to
dominate in the fourth quarter,
outscoring the Lady Bulldogs
17-10 in the third quarter in
route to their 61-40 victory.
Jessica Mcclendon and
Wynterra Pittman combined for
30 of the Lady Tigers' points
and 28 rebounds.
Mychea Williams added 18
points of her own with eight
coming in the first quarter.
Marianna was led in scoring
by Desiree Perry with 11 points,
followed by Sharhae Williams
with seven points.
Earlier in the week, Graceville
had its hands full with a tough
Lady Pirates team, squeaking
out a four-point victory.
The Lady Tigers trailed 46-39
going into the final quarter of
play before pulling it together
and taking the win.
Mychea Williams led the Lady
Tigers with 27 points, followed
by Jessica McClendon with 15.
The Lady Tigers were sched-
uled for a rematch of Sneads
Tuesday night.
Results of that game were not
available at press time.

Graceville's Taylor McDaniel, middle, gets ready 'to go up for a
shot in a game earlier this season. The Lady Tigers have jumped
out to a 6-0 start to the season, including 4-0 in district play. -
Floridan File Photo


camp set

for Chipola
. The.Chipola College Lady
Indians will hold a softball
camp Saturday from 1 p.m. to
4 p.m.
The cost is $50.
The., camp will. provide
instruction in. softball funda-
mentals in a fun environment
for all ages.
Campers will receive
instruction on fielding, hitting,
throwing, base 'runninig,- and
defensive and offensive strate-
Fast-pitch campers -will
receive individual attention
from qualified coaches.
For more information, con-
tact Chipola softball coach
Belinda Hendrix at 850-718-
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team played.
"We launched like five or
six airballs and missed 22
free throws," the coach
said. "It was pretty bad."
The Lady Bulldogs were
also hurt by Bay's Tanisha
Middleton, who scored 30
points while missing only
one shot and making all of
her free throws.
"She's one of the top
players in the area," Brown
said of Middleton. "But
when you've 'got a player
who basically couldn't
miss, and you miss 22 free
throws and only lose by
nine ... hopefully, lightning
won't strike twice.
"Maybe we'll be able to
go over there and contain
her. We have to get it out of
her hands and make sure
she doesn't get it back."
Bay is 4-2 overall and 1-2
in district, with league loss-
es to Walton and Chipley.

Continued From Page 1B

However, Cottondale was
able to seal the game when
Paul passed out of a double
team to Jakia Grimsley,
who dribbled out the clock.
Grimsley led the Lady
Hornets with 23 points on
the night, and has stepped
up her offensive game in
the absence of senior post
Shay Wright.
"Jakia has been playing
very well," Scurlock said of
her junior point guard.
"When we lost Shay, I told
her that I've got to have the
points coming from some-
where, so I need you to step
up. She's done that, and I'm
very proud of her.
"But it really was every-
body. Everyone played very
well, especially defensive-
Khadejah Ward added 10
points for Cottondale, while
Hannah Pippin led Holmes
County with 20 points.
Jenna Belscr added 15 for
the Lady Blue Devils.
The Lady Hornets are
now 2-6 on the season and
next play host to Graccville
Thursday at 6 p.m.

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Free to good home, Eliminator GoCart by Alumacraft 06' 16 ft. Wellcraft 88' 23 ft. Cruise Master LE, '05,
mix breed male dog, 1/1 in town, quiet Manco good shape, w/ 50 Yamaha/GPS Center counsel, 225 36ft workhorse chas-

Puppes AKC Rea 2/15 $575 + de & Honda TRX 300 EX 16, 30hp mercury mo- tow/brake system, Four Winds '99
s12/9/0 (850)722- 1/1 $325 + dep. both Bike is complete cus- tor, 4 stroke console Campers/Travel Dutchmen 40 ft. KEYSTONE COUGAR '05 Jeep Wrangler Motor- home. 34ft.
SGuns in town, 850-482-5134 tom wth tons of ac- steering 461b thrust Trailers Travel Trailer 06 , 01,1/2 Ton Towable Unlimited, 41k m, Excellent condition
l . esriess ic. Red trollin motor, tilt &3 38B-DSL, Sleeps 8, Fifth Wheel, lots of Auto air., 6 cyl, $75k
Golden Retrieverfisher ID $7500 850- 31 ft. Fleetwood 1997, 2 Slideouts, Loaded, up grades, very nice, ljeepat2 , Player-Ref-/Frez
* GUN SOW* is Ret 5(er 352-4274 fully self contained, Like new. $20,500. Reese hitch included eep both selling due to w/Ice maker-R Waterez
Dec. 12th & 13th 4(M o d 1BR/IBA, Pets ok, ts , new bed, slide out & 334-406-4555 Like new. $10,900 health. Fin, avail heater, hydraulic
National Peanut $250 3345962047 $350. + $350. dep. Fishmaster Bssboat ano 00reat 850718-5243. Peoples First, WAC. jacks, convection-
Festival Bldg. lease required. 33 02 / ton $,0 3 - - uv850-352-2810 j , covection-
Hwy 231 S. l 850-896-2789 Mercruiser 1272 'i /microwave oven -
Dothan Alabama nd nw homs f m2 7 iGrand R e inboard/outboard - REDUCED Montana odge '77 Motor' slide out $25,500
'Over 275 Tables' neednew homes~free 2/1 in Grand Ridge S/S prop, Min-kota 05 5th Wl~eel, 4 Home, Class C, 22' 334-718-0460, 718-
St 9-5 Sun 10-4 freedogsingrandridg $450/mo + 1st mo. 12 volt trolling motor i des kg bed oo hae o I
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Call 334-279 9895 220t.4 0 town. p 5en ce4d depthe/fsh finder, 2 8547 08 works, $2500 850-
Miscellaneous Trained bird dogs, dackyard.2mo 2005 Boston Whaler a indu ldriveo Fran ln 05 Heriage 569-2502 Hom 2'w% deout
foSaleeie ' 0570 130 Sport, w/trailer, big wheel trailer, full 40' w/2 slide-outs, Motor Homes/RVs Fleetwd. Bdr 07' 3- 7293 miles 4KW Onan
both retrieve to center console, canvas cover. $5,000. Carriage Cameo 05 awnings, 2BR, garden sd, loaded CH/A Gen., very clean
D a & 3BgMDgCotton- OBO7334-4753 32ft.L-hdes.2-A/1, tubic wowav she on -
hand, reg steered 2&3BRMHCottn flip/flop 60 gal. cool- 3344753806 32ft. des. 2-A/C, tub with shower, 5th Wheel '06 RV fbp, wk. horse, 8.1 $38,000334687-9663
Exterior Door ge bloodnes. dale. http://www. er seat, 40 hMercu- .- 5.5 K Generator, W&D, CHA. Lots of Outback by Sidney, gas, 5,900 ml. $100k
(1) Dbl. Pane g 347903786 charloscountryliving. ry engine, t in loaded, no smoke, no extras.$20K. 334- s s 6, w/living rm BO 334898-1201
(25X65), com.850-58- motor, depth fin erde.c pets. Exc.,Cond.l347-4626/333-0309. sngegood NEhp7D TO
(35%X78�)Exc. 7rEma. 4868/209-8847 Bmini Top, $8,000. . $38,500.334-714-4001 slid, 334-347-7976 Monoco Knight '06, L E
Cond. $50. ea. 3/1 house for ent 334-347-6045 Nigt per Diesel, 4 slides, 4300 PLACE
334-657-0755 Cottondale, $500/mo COUGAR 05 Camper Jao '08 Ea ds, 00
+ de.80-0-46 08 Fisher 1754, Trailer w/ sde 291RLTS, by Plami wheel Concord Coachman mi many upgrade s sifed representatives
ESTATE Gandy 4 row insect $600/mo Realty Ex- Bass DUTCHMaded REDUCED rear liv5tin duaeel '05ing. AC. AM 23 $159700850866
Black leather cide applicator chance 954-366- stroke, mtrguide, Tracker PRO16 $12,500G d cndtn caliers, free slids runs elllo w 2700miand they will beN
couch $125. 2 liv- w/double boxes, for 1230561-702-6543. tr, Hum- w/Mercury 2HP ing table w/4 clean. miles.Fair condHs
ing rm chairs, cof- two chemicals mingbrd 565, TAC, ELPT 4 Stroke Motor. Dtch '0334-794-8897 5th Wheel, sacrifice 29k 850 l eak damage. 593-516000. glad to assist you.
(35X78tto Exc"Popety fgmtlsip/flgeopumplhveewelused76tRVesAl.htde2slidesr Like new only $28K
Condo. $50.-ea. our ONLY Business 33erse798-0010 equip d. 1000 in shelter, excellent Toga Arrow 27ft
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rianna & Sneads pontoon boat, runs. condo. Docked @ Snug
ing rm chairs cof- two chemicals Epayoff. 334-794-889 sacice4 29k 850 leak amage. $6000. gd to assist you.

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markings. Around TREE-BEAUTIFUL 8. support $8, can be with built in stove. Decatur St. 850-482- 850-482-8347
e866-9025 ra i Mee A/C&STEPS L0 rte ri (850)48592-263507- $2 850-482-8347 $150(850)592 28 h elf unit for display, Exerciser $25 can be
lllyrAudiovox Cruise crystal r 50 7567 B - Law Enfrcmn vniad 47"w93 06x Decatur St. 850-482-8347
Still in ma, new i box,$40 Boots, Black, 48"h $eswh., runs panels35 850-526- 8347 back de

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Snew career in uvenile justice? 850-69-2194Decorations & Unlight $10 Seat $10 can be seen cars, jackets, hats, new, automatic, pd48

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$350 e850-482-9958 forON $rr,00y 3ced3igapI4-696- . ja 850-579-2618 @ 4448 Decatur St. pictures and more. $550 wants $350H850-
ooSktr 99' ass and Bs Apartments- Ho forSale Christmas ornaments Delta tool box, fits chair 482-8347Swivel Rocker, like CAROLETOWN11
SFurnished es F ax resume to: 1150-263-7685 motor slights. (850)579-4476 OBO 850-482-7888 sm truck, good shape X Box w/gambles $65 Pinew, g re athsen , $50 850- PCS. NICE $5 EATwin bed w/piow
Semailcelligsoe 579-2618 $75 850-526-7277 850-272-8967 272-8967 (850)592-2507850-526- qu wood frame $175

AKC Weimariner850-573-5997 M arketing Manage Ony $2899 Stratos inan
Background in oIntimidator, 17ft bass Apple Kitchen Items- Cookbook Collection, holmasiner $6 8- ice sa d t er i the Dcat St 5e0-T@ 482
Free kittens, 6wks Marketing/Military cy8 -Johnson 150HP, need HUGE collection. Call Hardback, new condo. 5 $ o d$295we(850)209-te 8347)ecaTu r
old, 3 females, 1 male Procurement Retail Space 4/2 PALM HARBOR a 31/4 ton truck or for details. 5100 8vu$5Oec$30
850-557-2486 REQUIRED.Relocaton ZONE a $4,00 $6500. 334-e596-1694 (850)482-8290 850-526-3426 9 ee ca
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866-9025 e ors horse four stroke, (850)592-2507 St. 850-482-8347 $150 (850)592-2928 Shelf unit for display, canbe seen @4448
Dogs h e: ree tor ,&S9loaded. 334-618-3058 Audiovox Cruise Crystal Flutos, Boh7 Law Enforcement ventilated, 47w x Decatur St. 850-482-
dos c cdyontrol- still in box, mi, newit box, $40 Boots Black, ,48"ha$35,850-526- 8347
Lookingifor a wonderful and exciting fits most cars $75 850-272-8967 Womans size 9 $50 3426
AKCkn DOBERMAN i ck i I juvenile 0. 8.ustce s Cr@ Wood Crutches $3.
BLK/TA N 7kMALES new career 9n Iuveni s iH. D--1)eCorations & lights, 850-209H1622 Stove, G'enaire can be seen @d4448
t sr Canning Jars: qts $10 0 , 850-557- Lenox Collectibles Smooths Top, works Decatur St. 850-482-
$300 EA. 4 FEMALES The Dove Academy (for at risk girls) 4.50, pts $4, jelly 2394/592-2615/394- $20 can be seen@ but beeps. $25850- 8347
$350 a. 334-791-55 is currently accepting applications ars $8850-579-e2618 7567 4448 Decatur St850- 209-4070
$0aooundinr tor Christmas ornaments Delta tool box, fits 482-8347 Swivel Rocker, like CAROLE TOWN 11
poodles,$300. 34so h oFung/Mishedonsd HomesforSaleF & lights $5U08 850- sm truck, good shape X Box w/games $65' new, green, $50e850- PCS. NICE $5 EA
7o9d4-28les5$ e0e34 - e-mail 579-2618 $75c850-526-7277 850-272-8967 272-8967 (850)592-2507
7E4-98543Edgewood Apts. 1 BR 3/32k sf. On 1 arc,961694
AKC Weimariner duplex aptA. Free oncl. barn & 6 pecan
Puppies. Ready week cabFe/6aundryH trees,107 09mi from twfol i r l fli8 2
of Christmas. $400. garb/sewage 850- 6650- -0008/718-
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full y equipes i3410,500 OBO. 334-347 i parting said East
34 new 62K mi 8- 2500 347-4283 or 334-78ine4 on a bearing of
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nformMitubishii 'ation.62,300k, all power LEY DAVIDSON tar130 tour, ein ject- cond. $12,100. obo V vortex exat, a/c. Z71, 4 wheel running HiRange 167, thencest
ight Club Share 83 Like New! $200 down '081200 Sportster ed, cover & helmet, 2 cultivator sold sep. 160K m., Exc. cond. red, door, 176K North 46 5 East,0,500.
CAviation 89K $10 West L 9 per month Custom, 108 miles, cruise control, load- 334-701-1836 $4,000 obo (D)334- miles. $3,300., 334- along said R line,

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1946 Sport Pilot 1919 West Mai n St. FORD '08 Focus SES 334-714-0028 warranty, Like new. ed, 5K., Like new! Lilliston 6000, field 798-1768 N)691-2987 701-4264/01-8670 420.99 feet; thence

kept, $11,500.334- tonomaMiciro, 4000 miles, 1 year $16.900.334-791-2812 rNms . Section 35, Township
LVoooek Su e- $Nissan '05 Altima, 2.5 700, 334-702-4778. $6, ilb990. 334-714-4001 ready, shelter kept. parting said R/W
Ercoupe. Surf: 334-699-5880 Sporty4 Lok Micr- Nss0 '5 A, 2. - r , s. Dodge '08 Quad cab, line on a bearing of soft Sync with Voice S , Harley Davidson08 & Rear air ExcCond $1000. 334-347-4283 5.7 He, loaded. ty, Florida.
manifodlinkage,& Ford93 Taurus, runs cruise drve r aw, rbag L Rider, less than $1500burgendy, 1836 or 334-447-2572 $16,500. 334-796-8174 344.39 feet to the

origina air cleaners. car, 6 cyl, e �od, needs AC, passenger airbag, PL, t m. black, warran- 4--9-334-677-3613. Dode.98am 150 V8 King Cab Black pursuant to the
rebuil.htm or email 5" $9300.3346991925 482-2994 miles. $2695. 334-693- MASSE Ferguson terest Daylight Au- mi. Factory Warr. ment in Foreclosure
wheels, 4 lugd2128h 50 yahoo. 21,000 miles, $13,000 5454condition, new tires, power, am/fmcass. 470-0650 9am/9pm lock, Tilt 525E Cummings
for the set Left and 334)792-0946 NISSAN '06 Atima 240 odel'8541 HP odge 97' Ram engineer, new tires, all All in Section 26,
Right heater boxes F Special 334-Yamaha'091300V844dese5 OBtractor$5,900 1500 Ext-cab 360 equipment included, Township 4 North,
for on nukfish 6500850- 2.5SL, Blac300 k, all power, Ford'98 Explorer76K manyxtras Toyota 03 Tacoma REGIONS BANK,
i r pto 26256 mi., bse stereo, Star touring bike,r- Dodge-766-8261 Magnum 4 barrel wh., $15K pre runner ing Range 11 West
ight Club Share 8d win- Harley Davidson08 2500 miles. $8,500. holly hunter green, conditiexc.on,500.
Cessna 172 & 182 BMW 23251112Kdows, tilt, cruise, al Anniversary Fat Boy 347968174 Vans Custom fiberglass 334-803-5072 or 34- ALSO:
hangard in Mar. exc. $10,995 WEST MAIN Ioy wheels. sch copper-black, 6-spd., toy,334796J scoop, stainlessTheNortw
2969 1919 WEST MAIN ST since i bought looks Like new. $16600, 5333 ter of the NortheastELD &
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Auto VERY CLEAN.dale 850-352-434262,300mileChevy Tahoe '04 Z7 Alum. tool box, 6Defendants.
Parts/Misc. BMW '98740L, blue / rautomatictranslleturners- Harley Davidsond'08 8K, white, tan interi.3492-4124
tan, exc. 82K, garage hocomin, Like New conrsa Electra Glide Classic, or. 4-797-7Sparkling clean Ford ac0 s oalum.racin Reg and the docket num
ept11,500.334 3904bbl, slide s, tion, metallic blue ex- 4000 miles, 1 year $16,900. 334-7912812 s Lots of extras Northeast Quarter of2007
Volkswagen Beetle 347-2868. ing, 69K miles, terior, charcoal inte- warranty left. Needs some work. Section 35, Township
$24995.3347015550 C et02 Camar bo. $ 334-671-5050 Hatcher 334000. 334-618-4430 Chevy Trailblazer 08 D CHRYSLER 052 Town $6000. OBO 4 North, Range 11
at Dl c o ne 3 4 06775 Buick '05 Lacrosse 334-797-5051 black, LS 31K mi. A/C Country LX 55,000 334-657-0755. West, Jackson Coun-
carbs, complete with alloys, am/fInee, CD, Harley Davidson '08 & Rear air Exc. Cond. mi, Loaded Great ty, Florida.
manifold, linkag,6877956 1 owner, clear Ford '93 Taurus, runs cruise, driver airbag, Low Rider, less than $15,000.334-791-9115 cond. $8500. Nissan 09' Titan SEer
original air cleaners a clate ood, needs AC, passenger airbaPL, 3K mi. black, warran- 334-677-3613. Dodge.'98 Ram 1500 V8 King Cab Black pursuant to the
Mitsubishit, $250; 4-15 $9300. 334-699-1925k miles, $900. 1-334-726-1215 i,0 pm ty, perfect cond. FJeep '002 Wrangler Xcab. $575 down, 0% Auto trans only 5K Stipulated Final Judg-
0Ford '93 Taurus, runs (30036305 many xtras. $13,500 4WD, auto, loaded, Chrysler '95 Voyager, Interest Daylight Au- mi. Factory Warr. ment in Foreclosure
EMPI style 8 spoke 850-526-2790 black, excellent V6, auto, seats 8, to Financing. 1-800- pdows, in a case pending in
wheels,4 lug,$250 good, needs AC jdriver2hotmail.c condition, newtires, power am/f cass. 470-0650 9am/9pm lock Tilt Cruisebed said Court, the style
for the set; Left and $2200. 334-475-1723 om N,L 101k mi.. %4.500 firm. newvtires, NOWl H 3iltsrrunn40d i ds Cordhc e ws t
Right heater boxes, Ford 95' Mustang,Co- issan '07 Altima 334-618-4468 $1975 OBO 850-592- DODGE RAM '04, 1500 linr, running 6ls of which is

$55.000.334-692-5624 Coupe Touch screen Looksgaoodn5$4'000 ower 4 4 Q-bed,2 TVs 95 WITH DISABILITIES
$50 for both; Front & nvertabte $2500 850- 2.L, Back, 34,200 Ford 98 Explor very clean, ballgame 2832 5.7 He, siverwd, NOTICE OF ACT, persons need-
Rear bumpers from 76K mi., many xtras Toyota 03' Tacoma REGIONS BANK,
17,600 miles, ligh: 726-0256 bose stereo, tem.DVDpl$575 down, 0% nteer.6K r- Dodge 05 Caravan, 20" chry$4395 wh., $1K rerunner dbl cab, V- Plaintiff, al accom-
blu$30 eah; Front & Buick., bonlack.3.000 roof, spoiler, est. Daylight Auto F- dual air DVD, pwr b.333-1291 , 334-435-6320 6, auto, all optionsF mdation to partici-
Rear fenders from $23,900..Limited 60K $995 7862232278. . 92 Runs great! saddlebas, red. Re- hert. nancng. 1-800-470- windows & locks 79K mCIRCUIT COURT pate in this proceed-
1971 SuperBeetle, West Manaral clean, Like new. Harley Sportster 06' 0650 9am/9pm good conlionl must see! $14.700.
334-793-2070 LLC191$20,500 obo, 334372- Orange to 25700R,334Vance GMC '00 XJimmy, $5500 ng334-7 should92 533cont334-794-3525 SCOFILD &

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from 1971Super St. (334699-50 39K mles, $13 0702 or 334-432-0302. & Hines Short Shots, great cond., $4200 Ford '01 Winsar an, BOYETIE LLC, a Flor-
BeetleLT, Ma roon with gray O Ri 850-526-2491 wite, leat ires, , Tow Package The Circuit Court of sacola, Florida 32591-

Blinterior, 4 cylinder. , , towing package, new Lthr, sun roof, every Jackson County, Flor-'3010 or (850) 434-
Ca334-3 - 28 XM radio, CD. onstar. 6us W ' $7995. 794-8037 ask for Tom seats, pwr steering w ida, will on De c company, ROYCE
Sg sunroof. 12.000 miles. o ort e wns '97, Fatboy, e GMdualmp, airbags, cargo 17,2009, at 11:00 a.m. SCOFIELD, STEVE A
Afully loaded. $12,900. seat, & door locks. a- konLT, carrier ncuded. Ford '0 Ranger Edge BOYETE, and GAC

seats2004 Lincoln beige t. power windowsatch back, N issan '08 Altima, ter & Black, lowered, rear bucket seats,W 0 4 4 7 0 m 4 County Court-
Towncar. Sver. . Goo cona. rakes in08. new garage kept.12k Power steering, CD, 407-453-3142 76,000 miles, 4 cyl, CON TRACTORS, INC.,
334-701-1836 3,500 Condon. . B 334-632-r 1.900 res, drivesoy whs, Must see. $11k OBO power lif stereo ete 5 speed new tires a Florida corporation,

sara2.844. Call 615 myshelleturner@graded MHonda '03 Scohadow peecr runs well, low miles, verdo WT334 FORD 924124 490 SOLriet99dnce with Chp- Court this 24th dy of
BMW 545i sedan 4 Nissan ' 08 Ace De05.200m. Blue, 750. new tires, sunroof, tended cab. Good '023/4 on ter 45, Florida Stat November, 2009.num-
* 4odoor, oad, 5K maF50-209-5710 d1650 350 2so -1638 leathers i cab. 82k miles. $$.000 ot ' alber of which is 2007
superclean, 50K mi. Ford '99 Taurus,4 kcLike New $500 down 24K miles, $3500 850-2094199 days o ' Tu CA 000630
new brakes & tires r. door, all power, 110k $250 mo. Call Steve FIRM. 334-494-6808 e $16,500 clear title, CA
$24 . Chevrolet'02 Camaro. $3,200 334-685-056018 Tydl0 Ex cX 18 00 $,5ellent Any person claiming
Infinity 97 J30 ranmimiles. Great shape Hatcher 334-791-8243 eHonda 03' VTX 1800Converson 42K mi, Ford '02 F XLT, Condition! an interest in the sur-

$2,90is. G-reat C5on New condition, silver V0 |-8-0gn B ToyF3cdeppE5r08IOcc 4 Jeea. n County, Flor- Deputy Clerka
h142,000 miles. le, ioe , BSa a, c H e i downt 0% Inter- or new chrome 7, good cond $11,000 V8/5.4L eng, 104,168 co any, other than the
$3,500., 334-687-7956 bue c , a ck U A0 0, s est. Daylight Auto Fi- $6200. 334-308-1395 ObQ. 334-308-1112 mlSuper ew Cab, 3 2 propert y Ner a
Mitsubishi '06 Raid Player, smoked roof, very nice. dancing 1-800-470- mi. super Crew Cab, 323-892-0861 property owner as of

$14,500. 334-791-0646 334-797203)67 334-699-5880. Port 1600. eng. over .,- S Black. Aut. 43K ing mirrors, crew e t' North 10 acres of the IRRIGATED HAYFIELDerk
$500.4- 0 0,good d .4, Honda'06Civicp, Goweray Ra '9RveHE 72-1n4.6,fully4loaded,3115K n aest.Daylight A-uto- of the court within 60
CHEVROLE 08.41869500 m., Good as ml., $5,500, Call (334) HONDA09 230 CR leather int.. 3rd cab, ext. bed. L470 Ford 04 Ranger, 101K ter of AT THE WASthE WA-le.
Automobiles Corvette convertible mileage & condition 797-0768 Dirt Bike. Like new, seat719-930-476 Like ne. 06509a 334-671-3/9pm772. miles, manual, n SoutheasewLegaloticesr, TER SPAYFELD
forSale Black, loaded, exc. mp$11,500. 334-24ma416 Still under warranty.GM2007 Copper Cannah Hi tires. $4400he OO.DDI
baesexc. Reduced: LEXUS $2,800 or best vm 'sane ath e ts 334-693-06850 . In accordance with
condo , garage kept Honda '07 Civic '92 Runs great! offer334-449-8484 top- vLF14763 the AMERICANS
$5500in r 0 334-692-5624 Coupe Touch screen ' s g !$4,000, power, Q-bed, 2 TV's WITHs DISABILITIES

Mu1 ell.e14.300. l '" , i tiYamahao05 Vma loadJd.cna2.32.O Call for details. 334-735-5404 Section 26, Township 3:30RM ON DECEM-
930095.'08 Lincoln Town C hevrolet 94oLooks good!Kawasaki '08 Vulcan 33ve333y $30clean, ballgames! North, Range 11 BER 11ACT, pe2009. BRINGs need- Very good lm rd, el. 334054906. FORD900 custom'772400F100 W95.334-FORECLOSURE SALE inga special accom-
blue.. Very gd, black. $13.000 Reduced: LEXUS miles, windshield, 793-3494 / 333-1291 BY CLERK OF modation to partici-
condition.h$23,900 . 786.223-2278. ' 92 Runs great! saddlebags, red. Re-.Io dTs t IC
334-793-2070. Looks good! $4,000, duced to $5700. 334- Lexus '00 RX300128K CIRCUIT COURT pate in this proceed- O
- Honda '07 Civic EX Jack 239-464-0985 692-3337 or 796-5421 $8,595 West Main Car te She ing should contact Es
silver, coupe, 5sp, Sales LLC 1919 West Notice is hereby giv- Keith L. Bell Jr. Es-
2006 Mercury M39Kmiles,$13200 r Subar 1993 right BU E Main St. 334-699-5880 FOR -'05 F en that the under- quire at Clark,
Chevrolet '08 Malibu OBO. 334-308-1112 hand drive steering -%signed, DALE RABON Partington, Post Of-
LT, Maroon with gray wheel, new lransmis- -. PLYMOUTH '96 Grand at, Loaded,4x4, 5.4 GUTHRIE, Clerk of fice Box 13010, Pen-
inw terior, 4 cylinderw.ERnetiming belt. AR Voyager,4 new tires, V-8, Tow PackageBO.The Circit44ourto-7712f Secsaclaon shp Florida Newspa32591per

Call 334-793-0095 1186.D334-712-9171. * VW '00 New Beetle- YAMAHA 06 Olds 9.Clera SL, .one Owner. Immac- West, more particu- is proud to be in
raio, nl Jaguar . 02 type X 3.0 Turbo, Aes, Sun-roofakes, , towing package, new Lthr sun roof, every Jackson County, Flor- 3010 or (850) 44-
Xh radio, CD o S oar t $many more new C power steering option. Like New ida. will on December 9200 not later than
Srebsunroof, 12.000 miles n Car Saparts los mileage.x- 5000 miles Vance $3225. 334-ump, very clean, $22k, 253-722-7626 17, 2009, at 11:00 an seven days prior to
2004 Honda Civic. 16.900. 334-797-098 19 West Main St. ceallent gasor more details Kawasaki ' ZX4 swow mileage , auto, 50entral standard the ale to ensure
Like new. Sell Below3346995880 229-524-2451 Moner energy di- Mercedes'05 ML350 OBO 334-67-9845 orTime, at the front that reasonable ac-ur
NADA. 334-793-0095ion. pipes, power tan, SUV. Auto.6-cy. 334-3551118 door (north en- commodations are
HONDA '87 ACCORD Toyota '02 Celeca GT. commander. righr trance of the Jack- available.
2004 Lincoln silver watch back, 70.l00mi, new front low ar filter, low AWD. 42,000,nea Loaded, reav y C n - son County Court-
Towncar. Sldver. ssp. a/c. Gooc50ond. brakes in'08. new ides. $10.500. Power steering, CD, house. 4445 Lafay- WITNESS my hand
Great Con17,000 mileon. 26e-built motor $900 trees. 9Kves great. 334-7901852. A/, AM/FM. stereo, 594-3282 334-6776715e Street, Marian- and the officialseal
Need to Sell 334 803 2819. Dothan Spectra Blue moon Chevrolet '06 1500 ra. Florida, in a- of this Honorable
$12.844. Call 618-4533 Honda '93 Accord, roof & upgraded co Motor Scooter runs well, low miles, Silverado W, ,EA FORD '05 F150 Lariet corance with Chap- Court this 24th day of
green 4.door cold sports pkg, $9900 '05. 200rr,. Blue,. new tires, sunroof, tended cab. Good 4x4, 54LT, Fully load-' ter 45, Florida Stat- November, 2009.

greenr 4-loaded, suc o Callooed, leather seatson oe fo
ACf nw0eng e 650-209-5710 $1650502-1638 leather t. very cond., $9,500.
200722__mdclea. Auom ac 50. soft4-6- 33l47 sunroof 4 72
$B800. 341201 Toyota '05 Matriv Red Kavasaki 09 clean, like new. 334-798-3352 4 72 and sell at public DALE RABON GU-
- CHEVROLET '09 . - 1aver ar Na L New 250R $22,000.334-792- 0. 334-7 52 outcry to the highest THRIE
O WN!sMaIbu LT, 9 remote Gas Sav$r. Nice Cair don$20pr i' . ,ew25OR-k 0.50.334.-792-.and best bidder, the Clerk of the Circuit
Start. 9.200 miles $500 down $250 per jackr.t. . m. 3076. follow ng described Court
4 door, automatic month Call Sieve $3.995334-692-3211 real and personal
2006 Mercury Gran transmission, Like Hatcher 334.791-8243 Lease Mess ._ property situated in By: Beverly-Hatcher
Marquis.Great Con- New condition, s6 ler Volkswagen '06 EBeW Toy cnopp.r 110cc Jackson County, Flor- Deputy Clerk
edition. One Owner. exterior, charcoal n- tie, auto, desel, 42K e..'0. Like ne 1
Less than NADA. terror, 2WD, ABS, AC, miles, 4.0MPG, load- $500. 334.984 2044 Chevy 04 Silverado LF14768
334-793-0095 AM/FM, bucket seats HYUNDIA 01 XG300 ed. $16,000. 334-897- United -otor Sooter 3500, 1 Ton, Sharpe, Ford '68 F00 step The Southeast Quar- THE COTTONDALE
9 CD, cruise, driver 98K$3,995 CLEAN 2497 or 334-672-1655 8jmp 00 ,T. Duramax, 6.6L, Dually side, RE O ter of the Northeast CITY OFFICIALS WILL
tirbag. passenger GOODCR.WESTpg..I(.00mndSotF-rmEHOLDING-
airbag, PL. PS. PW MAIN CAR SALES LLC Volkswagon '69 Duel $3000. ms 445.6302 Nissan '0 Pathfinder Tow Pkg/power trail- MUST SELL, runs
$22,000. (903)467. 334-699-5880. Port 1600. eng. over. - SE. Black. Auto. 43K ing mirrors, crew great 18K mi. black east Quarter less the OPENING FOR AN
.MSTA $5,500 obo North 10 acres of the IRRIGATED HAYFIELD
8 haul Dec. '08. New e m leather int.. 3rd cab, ext. bed. Loaded 334-671-3772. Northeast Quarter of AT THE WASTE WA-
Chevrolet '93 Cap rod, ball onts. steer- row seat, Like new. $23,000. Southeast Quarter TER SPRAYFIELD.
rice whde$17,000.334-897-058 2007 Copper Cannon FORD'77, F100,350, and East Half of the IDDING WILL BEIN
erc miles extra clean. r rust $2300 Tahoe 07' LTZ 55K mi. Keystone 5th wheel V8, long wheel base, Southwest Quarter AT 7AM ON THURS-
2006 Mercury new tires. 54300. 334-7181188 ,auto, ps/pb, runs & ying South and East DAY, DECEMBER 3,
Mariner. Premier V 334-792-8018 . blac ,w/ tant.uly w/ slides, sharp. looks good. $2,500. of Highway 167, in 2009 AND ENDING AT
Must Sell. $14.300. -v Yamaha 'i5 jaX loaded. nay. $28.500 Call for details. 334-735-5404 Section 26, Township 3:30PM ON DECEM-
S7 0 eroe 1200. INNITI01d130d120K V ' 0arg.ledI, n $30,000. Offers! 4 North, Range 11 BER 11, 2009. BRING
.49300095 lainCarat redr-il.334-805-4906..FORD'77 F100 West, k.on Coun- SEALED BIDS TO THE
334 596-0490 Sea LLC 191.9 cond.,6Km;.. ,195cc , Station Wagons 6cy., short wheel ty, Florida CITY OF COTTON-
Chevy 03 Tahoe West Mai, Street & incl. sism,, bar. base. run:. .& .:.oks DALE AT 2659 FRONT
3rd Seat good cord.. (334' 699-5880 guard. cover 9 trio 4le4good. $2.500.00. LESS AND EXCEPT: ST, COTTONDALE,
$11,00. OBO 334 665 VOLVO044010K ,hqer $6.200. 334 334.7355404 A parcel of land sit- FLORIDA 32431. CALL
3921 or 334-795 8411 $6.500 WESTMAIN a33384 or e-mail o. uate in the Northeast 850-352-4361, IF YOU
rie Frd '97 Ranger E. Quarter of Southwest HAVE ANY QUES-
2006 MercuryMilan. Grey, 46746mi, A/C, 1919 WEST MAIN ST B UY M E! Looks good. $3400 rSateR ead 167 of
Low miles. stereo, Like new. 334-699-VE80 OBO. 334-493-7712 Sttoa2 6 7o
S 3900 R.Chevy '05Sibverao. 0- Section 26, Township Or Newspaper
only $13,900 $12500 obo334-798-VERnly 53.000 miles. 4 North, Range 11
Call 334-793-0095 1186 334-712-9171. VW 100 New Beetle- YAMAHA'06 Olds 96 Ciera SIL, 'One Owner. Immac- i West, more particu- is proud to be in
Che 79 Impala, Jaguar '02 type X 3.0 Turbo, AT, Sun-roof, Roadstar 1700cc, wagon, V-6, loaded, late. 334-793-0095 larly described as
v t7 t ansland Sport $7900 West leather, 5 CD/ Cas- Black, Motorcycle. 30,000 miles, like new -follows: Beginat the a partnership with
reuit trans and an Car Sales LLC CHEVY '66, custom Northeast corner of
engine, 3rd owner, Mai Main settle, runs great, ex- 5000 miles. Vance 334-790-7959_ V8,Hps/pb,6swb,tauto, therSouthwestrQuar- Yahoo! Hot Jobs
ready to drive. ,ripe 4-699-5880 $5,500. 334-790-2144 lines Exhaust Sys Trailers-Tractors runs & iooks good. ter of Section 26,
to customize. $2,000. -tem. 4 helmets and1 Needs some work. Township 4 List Your
334-791-0555 VW '06 Passat, load- gel cushion. One $2,500. 334-735-5404 GMC '81 1500 C. Tons 11 WesNorth, L
Chryster 300'66 owner, garage ket.Excellent running son County, Florida; Recruitment Ad
Ford Edge. Convertible, Red, sattalitebad , ne w. $800p. /international Trac- Chevy '71 El Camino, condition. Restored, thence South 00T
SEL Plus, loaded. Runs good, $10k 850- tires, like new inside Like new. $8000. tor w/ 8 implements 350 Engine, $7500 $3000 OBO. 1011" West, along
Leather, 17,000 miles. 526-4126 & out 119K, moving 334- 618-5833. $10,500. 850-263-7406.850- 594-3282 334-677-6715
3347930095 overseas. $12,000.
JAGUAR V35 JS 334-347-0414
110K $12,495 GREAT VW '08 Jetta _
334-699-5880. month Call Ron Ellis

2007 Ford Escape. Automatic 350 soft top, 49K miles 2 Classics&Antique
Loaded, Below NADA. (Silver) sell as is door, auto, 4 wheel
$16,900. 793-0095 $6500. 000 drive. $15,000 334-
685-0846 '69 Chevelle Malibu

SCartier Edition, nice noInt Cas

. 1 2K miles $6995 2003 YZ125, bought
334 793 0095 nrew in 2005, has less
M R than 100 hrs. $2000;
SMazda '06 RX8. 2007 YZF250, great
iiCiMS.$SilvEr . Scod. shape and well main-rd.
DLnc n . , sh.Ide00 ad.a w main- That old collection of clutter might not mean much to you
$34,200. 193-0095. Ford 03' Explorer 4- 334 308-[139 both for $5500.
dooriKoti. 500o. - ,3 334-726-3842 anymore, but chances are someone out there would love it. By
00 334494'92 Goldwing,60k
OBO 334-494-3555 miles, red, exc. paint
rd'03 Mustang GT r8504452915using the Classifieds, you'll make it easier for them to find,
convertible., 69k - leave message
2009LincolnTownca Mazda,07'Grand HARLEY Davidson'01 and easier for you to sell. So try it today!
09,L000 nolnony kept, $10,800 Firm touring, exc cond re- Road King Police,
19,000 miles, only 334-596- 9966 . manimg warr. 48K 16,500 miles. White,
$26,400. mi. black $13,500. clean & shop kept.
C I 3?47.93 001795 334-445-3652 or 256- $11,000. 334-774-3663
- 452-8026 Harley Davidson 02'
Mercedes '04 Benz Heritage Softail
E320, sports pack- Springer like new, to
age, charcoal/black many ext. to list JACKSON COUNTY FLORIDAN
interior. 59K miles. 4,600 mi. $12,000
FORD '09 $17,000. 334-806-7190 334-235-2995
-ii. . ,,., ' Gree,-, 1000mi, Mercedes 98'SLK230, HARLEY Davidson'03 (850) 526-3614 or (800) 779-2557
$7,995. West Main leather, Hd. top, Con- RoadKing, 95" stage 6 3 77 - 5
Car Sales LLC Loaded, warranty, vert. Supercharged, 4 2, security, gps, oil
1919 West Main St. Still new. $26,500., cyl. Cd, 89K mi. cooler, many extra's.
(334) 699-5880 334-790-9431 $10,500. 334-898-1201 $10,500. 334-803-5008

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