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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.
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Copyright Date:
2009
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Daily (except Saturday and Monday)[<1979-1995>]
Weekly[ FORMER 1934-<1955>]
daily
normalized irregular
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English

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United States of America -- Florida -- Jackson -- Marianna

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Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
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"Independent."

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County to assist well owner Compass

BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER - -.-- I Lake to


FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
The Jackson County
Commission agreed to help a res-
ident whose shallow well has
temporarily dried up on occasion
because of a county project under
way near her home.
The county is extending water
and wastewater service in an area
along State Road 71, which lies
across from the home of Linda
Bums, who lives on Hope School
Drive.
She is the only resident there
with a shallow .well, which is
grandfathered in, -- such wells
%have since been outlawed. Its
direct source is " groundwater
roughly 20 feet from the surface..
For work crews to be able to
dig trenches, for the permanent
water/wastewater lines across the
road, they had to dry up the water
in the area. This made Bums'.
well run dry at times, and sent
sand into her lines when the'
water returned.
She added filters, but these did-'
n't completely solve the sand
problem. To keep the well from
malfunctioning because of the
dry spells, she had to turn it off
and rely on bottled water for her
drinking supply, and use her
neighbors' hose for other purpos-
es.
Burns came to the commission
seeking relief Tuesday, and proj-
ect engineer David Melvin was
tasked with helping remedy
Burns' situation.
He said Wednesday that time
and work progress had essential-
ly taken care. of the problem


Linda Burns talks about the problems a county project has caused with her well at her home on Hope


repay tax


money

BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
The Compass Lake in the Hills
Property Owners Association
will have to pay back almost
$14,000 of special tax money it
used to pay unacceptable expens-
es, the Jackson County
Conupission decided Tuesday.
The discrepancies, found in
records from March to
September of 2009, were discov-
ered by county administrative and
finance staff members. They had
been asked .to review all expenses
paid out of money collected via
-the Municipal Services Taxing.
Unit.
The flat-rate special tax is
charged to each lot in the subdivi-.
sion. It is meant to. cover essential
services to the community:
Currently, the tax is $135 per lot.
Controversy within the subdi-
vision has existed for years as to
.what constitutes an appropriate
expense, and the meaning of
essential services. Some property
owners say the money is some-
times mishandled by the subdivi-
See COMPASS, Page 5A >


Sneads


See WELL, Page 5A > School Drive at Tuesday's county commission meeting. -Mark Skinner/Floridan .
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Woman's patience nearly rewarded noise


BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
Apostle Mary. Johnson has attended, and
spoken at almost every Jackson County
Commission meeting for the past year or so.
Her name usually appears on the agenda as
the last item, and she always asks the com-
mission the same question.
"Yahweh, God, has told me to ask you for
space..." is how she usually begins.
Johnson wants the county to give her a
place to .conduct spiritual counseling ses-
sions.
The board said "no" the first time, citing
separation of church and state issues, as well
as other factors that made the request impru-
dent to grant. In her subsequent appearances,
the board has taken no action on her request,
the lack of a motion serving as notice that
"nothing has changed," commission chairman
Jeremy Branch has said many times after she
laid out her request.
But this Tuesday, it looked as if she'd worn
the commission down, as the matter prompt-
ed a full discussion of county practices as it
relates to providing space for others.
She wanted to use a place for free until the
Tuesday meeting, when she advised the board
she'd obtained a benefactor, who was willing
to pay the county $100 a month to rent some
space.
Her request earned a motion and second for
discussion, but in the end, the commissioner
who offered the motion withdrew it and no
further action was taken.
Commissioner Ed Crutchfield had offered
the motion after considering that the county
frequently allows outside groups to meet in
the county commission board room, and at no
See SPACE, Page 5A >


Apostle Mary Johnson makes her latest pitch for space in county offices to use for spiritu-
al counseling at Tuesday's commission meeting. -Mark Skinner/Floridan


ordinance


- again.
BY SARA BLUMENTHAL
FLORIDAN CORRESPONDENT
Sneads town council members
are singing. a familiar tune again
- something needs to be done
about the local bar.
"We have talked and talked
about it and now it is time to do
something. (The residents) were
there before the bar," Councilman
Jimmy Wright said at Tuesday's
council meeting. "It has gotten
old."
For months, the Landing Bar
and Grille, located on U.S.
Highway 90, has been a hot issue
in the small town. Whenever the
issue is to be discussed, the usu-.
ally empty council meetings are
standing-room only. It has
become a battle between 'resi-
dents who are disturbed by the
noise produced by the bar, and
residents who support the estab-
lishment, owned and operated by
Jason Milsapp.
Over the past several months,
the town has received constant
complaints about the noise creat-
ed - by the establishment.
Residents have .called the police
See SNEADS, Page 5A >-


Marianna investigating possible illegal use of building


BY ASHLEY McKEEN
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
After a complaint was filed last week at
the Marianna city commission meeting,
property owner Philip Mount is facing an
investigation of possible improper proper-
ty use.
The city of Marianna, along with the
Marianna Police Department, are conduct-
ing an investigation into property use for
the old Mayes Supper Club building off
Gilmore Street.
The complaint was filed by Eva Mullins
and Ella Nelson, two residents located on
Gilmore and Union Hill streets, respec-
tively.
The complaint filed by Mullins and
Nelson was in reference to noise.


According to Mullins, there havejbeen a
number of parties or gatherings going on
over the past several weeks that continue
into the -early morning hours, and which
are disturbing residents.
"We can't sleep with those people over
there carrying on and making' a fuss,"
Mullins said in a phone interview
Wednesday.
"I was under the impression the owner
was going to use the building for people to
set up consignment shopping, but I knew it
w else to be going on."
Mullins complained that the loud music,
booming cars and people firing guns
would go on until about 5 or 6 a.m. some-
times.
Following the complaint, Marianna


Police Chief Hayes Baggett began investi-
gating.
The initial concern was trespassing due
to the closing of the. business several years
ago.
However according to Baggett,- his
understanding is that the alleged partyers
are associated with the owner, or have an
agreement with the owner.
Baggett thinks the owner may be violat-
ing zoning regulations.
City Manager Jim Dean is also aware of
the issue and says the facility is zoned in a
residential area, which would not allow for
a business of any kind to operate in that
building without the purchase of a license.
In a phone interview Wednesday,
Baggett explained that upon visiting the
property unannounced, there was a paper


sign on the door alluding to a football
game party.
According to Baggett, the sign included
some sort of entry charge, which would
make use of the property in violation of its
zoning.
"After speaking with the owner, it is my
understanding that he was renting out the
building for some kind of parties," Baggett
said.
Dean said such violations will be dealt
with.
"If the owner is in fact operating a busi-
ness in a residential area, it is a violation
,and we simply can't have that," Dean said.
Dean explained that without the
exchange of money, however, this issue
See BUILDING, Page 5A >
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December 10 - Thursday
* St. Anne Thrift Shop Pre-Christmas -
Clothing Sale, Dec. 1-17 - Buy one, get sec-
ond 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 videoconference, "Find Technical
and Financial Assistance for Small Farm,
Forest and Wildlife Management," 12-4 p.m.
Call 482-96204to 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.
* Emerald Coast Hospice hosts knitting
workshops Dec. 10 and 14 at 3474 Lafayette
St. Volunteer craft manager Christine Gilbert
guides you through the knitting process.
Volunteers and others will work on patients'
Christmas gifts: handmade shrugs, shawls and
lap blankets. Call Sara Blumenthal at 526-
3577.
* The Jackson County Library Board meets
in workshop at 3 p.m. in the Board of County
Commissioner chambers, to discuss plans for,
a fundraiser.
* Marianna's Gathering Place Foundation's
regular charity dance (usually 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 meet-
ing is at 6 p.m.. in the New Galilee Missionary
Baptist Church, 2155'Highway 73, with a cov-..
ered-dish dinner. .
* 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 drink-
ing.

December 11. - Friday
* Chipola Medical Associates hosts an open
house, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the newly renovat-
ed 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 discuss
"Making All-Natural Lip Balm." Friends, care-
givers 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 children's Christmas lists
and handing out goodie bags. The town will


MARIANNA POLICE calls, one threat, one traffic
The Marianna Police stop and one battery
Department listed the fol- assault.
lowing incidents for Dec.
8, the latest available JACKSON COUNTY
report: One traffic acci- SHERIFF'S OFFICE
dent, two suspicious per- The Jackson County
sons, one information Sheriff's Office listed the
report, two distur- _ following incidents
bances, one armed -- " for Dec. 8, the latest
robbery, one burgla- gj -L. available report: One
ry alarm, one build- A- alarm, two burgla-
ing checked, two'l IME ries, one civil dis-
assists of another pute, two distur-
agency, six public service bances, 13 EMS calls, one


serve hot dogs and chili. Bring a lounge chair.
Call 592-4621.
* 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; dona-
tions accepted.
* The Town of Alford's annual Senior Citizens
Christmas Dinner is at 6 p.m. in the
Community Center. All Alford area seniors are
invited. Call 579-4684.
* The Lehigh Furniture Employee Reunion is
at 6 p.m. in the Magnolia Room of Jim's Buffet
and Grill in Marianna. Meal is Dutch treat. Call
Brenda Jones, 526-4484.
* 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 avail-
able. Call 209-7856 or 573-1131.
* The Jackson County NAACP 31st Annual
Freedom Fund Awards Banquet starts at 6:30
p.m. in the Jackson County Agriculture
Building on Pennsylvania Avenue in Marianna.
Tickets are $30 in advance; $35 at the door.
Guest speaker: Senator Alfred "Al" Lawson Jr.
* AA open meeting, Fridays, 8-9 p.m. at the
First United Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia
St., Marianna, in the AA room.

December 12 - Saturday
* Local author Britta Nuccio will be signing
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 bene-
fit the post building fund. Call'722-0291.
* The City of Cottondale Christmas Festival
begins with a 5:30 p.m. tree lighting ceremony
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 352-4361.
* AA open meeting, Saturdays, 4:30-5:30
p.m. at the First United Methodist Church,
2901 Caledonia St., Marianna, 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; dona-
tions accepted.
* The Winter Wonderland Express Trains
depart Bristol Depot in Veterans' Memorial
Park, Bristol, Dec. 12, 7-10:30 p.m. EST (fol-
lowing parade); and Dec. 19, 6-10 p.m. EST.
Trains depart every 20 minutes for a one-mile
tour through the park, over a 250.foot trestle,
passing lighted scenes like the live Nativity and
Santa's Workshop. The coal-fired Crown
steam engine will be one of the trains featured.
Cost: $3 per adult; $2 per student; children
under 5 free. Call 643-6646 or 643-5491.

December 13 - Sunday
* The Three' Rivers State Park Christmas
Lights Show, Dec. 11-13 and Dec. 18-20.
Gates open 5-7 p.m. Free admission:


found property, one funeral
escort, two information
reports, two juvenile com-
plaints, one escort, one
missing person, one miss-
ing person found, three
public service calls, one
retail theft, one sex offense,
three suspicious persons,
two traffic accidents, five
traffic stops, one transport,
one prisoner transport, two
trespassing complaints,
one unauthorized use of a
vehicle, one VIN verifica-


December 14 - Monday
* The Jackson County Chamber of
Commerce will conduct a ribbon cutting cere-
mony 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.
* Emerald Coast Hospice hosts knitting
"workshops Dec. 10 and' 14,at 3474 Lafayette
St. Volunteer craft manager Christine Gilbert
guides you through the knitting process.
Volunteers and others will work on patients'
Christmas gifts: handmade shrugs, shawls and
lap blankets. Call Sara Blumenthal at,526-
3577.
* 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 Boys.
* The annual Riverside Elementary School
Christmas Program begins at 6 p.m. in the
Marianna High School Auditorium.
. * The Sneads Carlisle Rose Garden Club cel-
ebrates 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 convenes
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 open meeting, Mondays, 8-9 p.m. at
the First United Methodist Church, 2901
Caledonia St., Marianna, in the AA room.

December 15 - Tuesday
* St. Anne Thrift Shop Pre-Christmas
Clothing Sale, Dec. 1-17 - Buy one, get sec-
ond for half price. Hours: 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Tuesday and Thursday; 4287 Second Ave.,
Marianna.
* Covenant Hospice Volunteer Workshop is
10 a.m. to Noon at the Marianna branch, 4440
Lafayette St., Suite C. No cost. Food, drinks
provided. Call 482-4820.
* 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, cro-
cheting or knitting classes Tuesdays at 1 p.m.
at the Jackson County Senior Citizens center,
2931 Optimist Drive, Marianna. Call 482-5028.
* Sneads High School Cheerleaders'
Christmas Food Drive is Dec. 7-15. Students
are encouraged to bring in non-perishable
item,s throughout the week. Those donating
four items will be admitted to the Tuesday,
Dec. 15 SHS basketball games for $1. Game
times are 4:30 p.m. (girls), and 6 p.m. (boys,
junior varsity followed by varsity). Call 482-
9004, ext. 249.


tion and one warrant arrest.

JACKSON COUNTY
CORRECTIONAL
FACILITY
The following people
were booked into the coun-
ty jail during the latest
reporting periods:
- William McKinnie, 33,
3239 Peachtree Road,
Marianna, DUI, DUI prop-
erty damage.
- Andrew Lien, 48, 4459
Butler Ave., Marianna, car-


trying a concealed weapon
while intoxicated.
- Franklin Dees, 47, 9
Villa Drive, Pensacola, hold
for Escambia, Okaloosa and
Santa Rosa counties.

JAIL POPULATION: 206

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


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SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
Winners of the 2010
Miss Northwest Florida
Pageant held Nov. 12 were
as follows:
Little Miss NWFL 2010
- Lindsey Ramin, Little
Miss River City of
Marianna.
First Runner-up -
Sydnee Pass, Little Miss
Calhoun County of
Kinard.
Second Runner-up -
McKenzie Leeser, Little


Miss River Valley of Pace.
Photogenic - Sonnie
Prieth, Little Miss Port St.
Joe of Port St. Joe.
Scholar- McKenzie
Leeser.
People's Choice -
Mallory Dalton, Little
Miss Altha of Altha.
Teen Miss NWFL 2010
- Lauren Eschbach, Teen
Miss Okaloosa County of
Niceville.
First Runner-up -
Meagan Seay, Teen Miss
Panhandle of Marianna.


Second Runner-up -
Nilsa Prowant, Teen Miss
River City of Clarksville.
Third Runner-up -
Devero Bogart, Teen Miss
Okaloosa-Walton of Fort
Walton Beach.
Fourth Runner-up -
Sara McAlpin, Teen Miss
River Valley of Alford
Photogenic - Nilsa
Prowant.
Scholar - Devero
Bogart.
People's Choice - Sara
McAlpin.


ABOVE; Contestants in the 2010 Miss Northwest Florida Pageant participate in a
Pink Pajama Party, where the girls played games, had a fashion show, exchanged
gifts and turned in monies they raised throughout the Panhandle for the Susan G.
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Army history, core values
and traditions. Additional
training included develop-
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and battlefield operations
and tactics, and experiencing
use of various weapons and
weapons defenses available
to the infantry crewman.
He is the son of Philip
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Retailers are being
warned about some small-
scale scammers who steal
money from busy store
clerks.
The thieves go into stores
and ask clerks to take their
rolls of dimes and give


Sneads


and various council members late at
night to report the noise being too
loud.
-The town attempted to remedy the
problem numerous times, from a
failed- noise ordinance to trying to
deny a renewal of the bar's business
license. The last idea the council
members entertained was banning
live amplified music.
In November, it seemed as though
the problem was going away. The
council chose not to act upon the
amplified music ordinance, because
the bar was making improvements
and trying to work with the resi-
dences to alleviate the problem.
However, the problem apparently
did hot go away. During the last part
of the council's regular meeting
Tuesday, resident Bob Forrester said
the bar and its noise was still a prob-
lem. He pleaded with the council to
do something about it.
"This has going on since May. I
would like to see something done
concrete. I don't know the answer to
it. It is very agitating," Forrester said.
Another resident agreed. Charles
Kleiser read from a log he has kept
documenting all the times that noise
from the bar has disturbed him.
"It is louder than it is ever been.
The beat is so clear you can feel it,"
Kleiser read from entry on Nov. 13.
On another day, he said he "could
even hear the lyrics inside my house."
Kleiser said there have been only
about three times since the bar
opened that the noise has not been too
loud. He said he does not call and
report every occurrence, because he
does not want to inconvenient the
police department.
"I don't want a police officer both-
ered to come to tell someone to turn it


Compass


sion's POA, which admin-
isters the funds through a
contract with the'county.
Some have claimed that
the POA improperly uses
tax money, for example, to
pay expenses for POA-
owned amenities and hold-
ings. The POA, on the
other hand, has defended
its practices, contending
that the expenses are legit-
imately charged to the spe-
cial taxing unit because
the amenities benefit the.


them bills in return. But
although there are a few
dimes at the ends of the
rolls, the rest of the coins
are pennies.
Stores in Holmes,
Walton, Okaloosa and
Santa Rosa counties have
reported being victimized
by several young men in


mis way dunng me noliday
shopping season.
Sometimes too busy with
customers, clerks don't
always break open or
unfurl the rolls to make
sure there are only dimes
inside.
Law enforcement author-
ities in Walton.County have


down who is not going to listen,"
Kleiser said.
Kleiser and Forrester also com-
plained that sometimes the bar con-
tinues to play music and have people
there past midnight. According to the
law, the bar must close at midnight.
"There is no enforcement of this
any night," Kleiser said.
Kleiser told the council. members
the constant noise problem has made
him-want to sell his house and move,
so that he could get a good night's-
sleep.
"I am going to move if something
is not done. I cannot handle it any-
more. My house is for sell. If anyone
wants a good deal, come by," Kleiser
said. "You 'are going to lose a good
citizen when I leave here."
Council members agreed the town
has to take action to solve the prob-
lem, once and for all.
"It ain't going to get no better. All
it is a volume button. They are not
going to keep it down. We are going
to come with something to deal with
the noise period," Councilman
Donovan Weeks said.
The first step the council members
will take is to pass the amplified
music ordinance, which will ban all
amplified music in any establishment
serving alcohol. Town manager Ed
Kilpatrick read the proposed ordi-
nance at the meeting, which allows
the council to vote on it at its next
meeting.
The town recently entered into a
contract with the state's attorney
office, for the state attorney to prose-
cute all municipal ordinance offend-
ers. The town will work with the state
attorney to make sure the ordinance is
prosecutable.
The town will pass the ordinance at


subdivision owners.
Over the last several
years, the county has taken
a more aggressive role in
overseeing the budget as
the complaints mounted.
On Tuesday, commis-
sioners agreed that, in sev-
eral instances, money is
owed back to the MSTU.
For instance, county staff
found that feed for horses
in the Hills' stable was paid
with MSTU funds, yet
horseback riding fees went


Building . Continued From Page 1A

charge. Local Democrats wasn't possible because the
and Republicans, for county doesn't have any
instance, have been known office space to spare, nei-
to hold their meetings their to rent or free of
there. charge.
When Crutchfield also Johnson had alluded to
learned during the discus- the fact that the county
sion that attorneys have, recently agreed to rent a
from time to time, used the private company space in a
room to take depositions county building for $100 a
for trials, he cited that as month.
another reason to grant Commissioners pointed
Johnson's request., out that the company is pro-
But staff told the com- hiding a service to the
missioner that those attor- county, by managing its
neys have since been home weatherization pro-
directed to other county gram.
facilities, where rent is Johnson's request also
charged and they can have sparked a discussion of
privacy, something outside groups
Crutchfield withdrew his are supposed to do, but may
motion after asking not in practice actually be
Johnson if her counseling required to do when they
sessions would be private, use the commission board
Johnson gave him some- room.
thing of a "yes and no" County attorney Frank
answer, saying that anyone Baker said he'd drafted a
would be welcome to come use agreement some time
in, but not sit close enough ago that should be in use. It
to hear what she and her requires anyone who uses
client were discussing, if it county facilities to have
were a private matter. insurance coverage as a
At that point, citing the way to protect the local
semi-private arrangement government from any lia-
she would need, Crutchfield ability in the event of an
withdrew his motion. incident arising from the
Commissioner Chuck use of the space.
Lockey said during the dis- It was not clear whether
cussion tit appears Johnson that is always required of
wants the county to provide outside organizations who
her an office. That, he said, use the commission room.


Building Continued From Page 1A


would just be a matter of
disturbing the peace, Which
is under the jurisdiction of
Marianna law enforcement.
Baggett said in the
phone interview that he
mentioned that Mount was
willing to sort this out and
had no intention of violat-
ing city codes.


The exact use of the
property has yet to be deter-
mined. If the investigation
reveals a violation of prop-
erty use, there may be some
associated fines.
"If he's charging anyone
anything, there's something
we can do about it and we
will," Baggett said.


to the property owners
association.
In a memo about this and
similar circumstances, staff
noted that, as a rule, fees
for the use of facilities and
programs typically help
offset operational costs.
Currently, most of the oper-
ational costs associated
with amenities are borne by
the MSTU, yet the revenue
received from the use of
amenities is paid directly to
the POA, according to a
staff review.
Staff also found that in
some instances, "conces-
sions and personal use
items" have been charged
to the MSTU. Again, con-
cessions generate revenue
which goes to the POA,
rather than offsetting the
cost to the MSTU.
The taxing unit paid $31
in the review period for
sodas, low-cal Cheese Nips
and Ritz snacks, Fritos and
other items.
The personal care items
listed by staff and paid for
by the, MSTU included
aspirin and other over-the-
counter remedies. Staff
wanted to know whether
these personal items should'
be paid by the MSTU, the.
POA or the individual,
using them.
Additionally, county
staff found that insurance
costs for some properties
and equipment owned by
the POA were paid by the
MSTU. The staff wanted to
know whether those costs
were being appropriately
charged to the taxing unit.
For instance, the MSTU


dubbed them penny uan-
dits," and are asking any-
one who may have infor-
mation that could be help-
ful in the cases to call.
The sheriff's department
there can be reached at
850-892-8186; the
Defuniak Springs Police
Department, at 892-8511.


Continued From Page 1A


a special meeting later this month,
which the state attorney will also
attend.
"Let's start with this. It will get you
in the door," town attorney Guy
Green said.
However, council members and
residents wanted more than a ban on
amplified music. They want to be
able to control all noise emanating
from the bar and its parking lot.
"All the cursing, whooping and
hollering out in the park lot wakes all
of us up. It is extremely loud. We
can't get rest," said Forrester, who
asked why the town cannot enact a
valid noise ordinance.
Green cautioned the town and resi-
dents about noise ordinances..
"I hate to tell you that some courts
in Tallahassee say if you live in a
.town, you need to live with it or
move. They say you are in a town and
there is going. to.be noise," Green
said.
Council members still want more
options to control the noise level at
the bar. Green said he will bring the
council more option ' at the special
meeting. Some options may be con-
trolling what time the bar operates by
forcing it to close at 10 p.m.
As for now, Police Chief Burt
McAlpin said he will have an officer
down at the bar regularly to ensure
that it closes at midnight. He asked
residents to call the police and him if-
there are problems.
"Call me before you call (the coun-
cil members). Give me first bite of the
apple," McAlpin said.
Council members said that they
want the problem dealt with as expe-
ditiously as possible.
"I want something done quick, but
I want it done right," Weeks said.


Continued From Page 1A


paid $5,081 to insure
owned vehicles assc
with the fire and r
road and bridge, and
and recreation depar
in the subdivision.
Fire equipment co
MSTU $6,073 to en:
The reviewers
found that the MST1
the rent for a port
for the McCormick
area in the subdi
The portable unit
placed there after th
closed the res
because of an arson
dent. Staff ques
whether the MSTU
be paying the rent.
listed as $74.90 duri
review period.
The reviewers
found a discrepan
relation, to equi
which was purchase
then returned to the
f6r a.refund. The too
$310, and was taken
MSTU funds, but w
was returned to the
only $289 came ba
the taxing unit. Staff
the rest of the
returned to the MSTL
further research in
transaction.
Questions also
about the purchase
dozen golf balls, a
total, and $620-wo
electric bills paid to
the stable, a bath
lake house, a pavilion
an RV park in the su
sion.
The commission
unanimously to requ
POA to pay the ti
back into the MSTU


W ell Continued From P


before Burns appeared
before the commission. She
can now turn her well back
on without fear of further
disruptions, Melvin said.
The deep digging has
been finished, he said, and
lines are ready to be laid in
the trenches.
The contractor had been
supplying Bums with bot-
tled water ever since the
problem was identified, and
Melvin brought her more
Wednesday morning.
Burns, who is looking to
sell her house and move to
another part of the country,
will be able to hook into the
extended county system as
it becomes available. Work


should be complete
couple of months, b
said.
The county is ext
water and wastewate
ice about a quarter
from its current endp
the intersection of
and Magnolia Road,
intersection of SR 7
Rocky Creek Road.
The extension will
about 10 more custom
come on line if
choose, including Bu
The project is i
through a $2 million
Rural Development
and loan package, the
portion totalling
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STAFF REPORT

Geneva County, Ala.
sheriff's deputies recently
charged a Florida couple
with multiple felony crimes
in connection to two resi-
dential burglaries.
Deputy Eugene
Campbell said Patrick
Hudson, 48, and his wife,
Angela Hudson, 33, both of
Chipley, have been charged
with two felony counts of
third-degree burglary and
two felony counts of first-
degree theft of property.
Campbell said the bur-
glaries happened at Geneva


County . residences in
February and October of
2008. He said the couple
was charged with stealing
about $3,000 worth of jew-
elry and electronics from
each residence.
Campbell said Patrick
Hudson was being held in
the Jackson County jail in
Florida on similar charges.
He said Florida authorities
had been. looking for
Angela Hudson on the
charges filed against her.
Campbell said the couple
face other similar charges
from Florida law enforce-
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Robert Joseph
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Mr. Robert Joseph Ever-
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Wednesday,. Dec. 9, 2009,
at Flowers Hospital. He
was 45.
A memorial service will
be held at 2 p.m. Sunday,
Dec. 13, at the Ward Wilson
Funeral Home Chapel,
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The family will be receiv-
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Mr. Everett was born
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Sr. and JoAnne Strahler Ev-
erett. He was a member of
the Elks Lodge? He loved
fishing, boating, working in
the yard and loved the out-
doors. He was a salesman
for several food companies
in the Dothan area for sev-
eral years.
He is preceded in death
by his father, Kenneth Ev-
.erett Sr.; paternal grandfa-
ther, Hayes L. Everett Sr.;
grandmother, Ressie Mae
Everett; and grandfather,
Joseph A. Strahlet.
Survivors include his
mother, JoAnne S. Everett
of Malone; grandparent,
Mildred A. Strahler of Wil-
mington, N.C.; daughter,
Jessica Ann Everett of
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point at Bachman, Jayne Mercer,
SR 71 Carol Ramos, Adam
to the Konzen, Brandy Webster,
71 and Jeremy McCue, Joan,
McCue, John Woollet, Tyler
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irs. and Bobby Gray Jr.; nine
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Emma Marriot, Kira Davis
and Siles Smith; and spe-
cial friends Nancy Tyus, Ju-
lie Hatcher, Bonnie Sartoni
V and Randy Gilbert. A spe-
cial thanks to Wiregrass
. Hospice, Drs. Jimenez H.
Rodriguez and Darius


Aliabadi.
A memorial service will
be held at 2 p.m. on Sun-
day, Dec. 13, at Maddox
Chapel, with the Rev. Gino
Mayo officiating and James
& Sikes Funeral Home
Maddox Chapel directing.

James & Sikes Funeral
Home Maddox Chapel
4278 Lafayette St.
Marianna, FL 32446
482-2332
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funeralhomes.com

Betty Gail
Calloway
Oliver

The funeral service for
Betty Gail Calloway Oliver
will be at at 2 p.m. Thurs-
day, Dec. 10, at the Friend-
ship United Methodist
Church near Gordon, Ala.
Burial will follow in the
church cemetery, with
James & Sikes Funeral
Home Maddox Chapel di-
recting.

James & Sikes Funeral
Home Maddox Chapel
4278 Lafayette St.
Marianna, FL 32446
482-2332
www.jamesandsikes
funeralhomes.com

Nina Cloud
Perdue

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-
na.
She was preceded in
death by her first husband,
Zack L. Cloud; and her sec-
ond husband, George
Perdue; her parents, Will
and Elma Culpepper; and
two brothers, W.H. and
Jimmy Culpepper.
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, Voncile
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
Fountain; and special
friend Rosetta Holden.
The funeral service will
be at 10 a.m. 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-
recting.
The family received
friends 5 to 7 p.m. Wednes-
day, 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
32446.

James & Sikes Funeral
Home Maddox Chapel
4278 Lafayette St.
Marianna, FL 32446
482-2332
www.jamesandsikes
funeralhomes.com

Virginia M.
Weeks

The graveside funeral
service for Virginia M.
Weeks will be at 11 a.m.
Thursday, Dec. 10, 2009, at
Cow Pen Pond Cemetery.


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Tigers outlast Pirates


Dozier's 20 points lift

Graceville to 87-78 win
BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR
GRACEVILLE - Cameron Dozier had 20
points and nine assists Tuesday night to lead
the Graceville Tigers to an 87-78 victory over
the Sneads Pirates.
The win improved Graceville to 3-1 on the
season, while Sneads fell to 2-3.
Kevin Potts added 18 points for Graceville,
with Craig Myrick scoring all 14 of his points
in the second half.
Jamar White led the Pirates with 19 points,
while Will Holmes added 16, Jeff Bell 12 and
Terrance Pittman 11.
"Intense game," Graceville coach Thomas
Register said afterwards. "We had to go
through some adversity, but we pushed
through it and our guys played their hearts out
for a stretch of the third quarter and the whole
fourth."
The Tigers led by 14 in the first half, but
the Pirates cut'it to three at halftime before
surging into the lead in the third.
A 10-0 Sneads run was started by a
Terrance 'Green bucket and finished with a
lay-up by Pittman. It put the'Pirates up 48-47
with 2:12 left in the third quarter..
Sneads extended to a 58-54 edge by the end
of the quarter, and led 65-60 after a 3-pointer
by Holmes with 6:38 to play.
However, the Tigers. answered with a key
10-0 run of their own to reclaim control of the
game.
After a Dozier score, his brother CJ Dozier
came up with a steal and basket to cut the lead
to one. '
CJ then picked up another theft and found
Myrick for a go-ahead lay-up to make it 66-
65 with 5:10 to play.
Another basket by Myrick capped the run
to put Graceville up 70-65 with 4:40 on the
clock.
Myrick, who finished with 10 fourth-quar-
ter points, put the Tigers up 79-69 with anoth-
er bucket with 2:37 to play.
A 3-pointer by Holmes and a steal and two
from White briefly cut the lead to 81-74, but


Graceville's Jamal Miller (11) tries to drive around Marianna's RJ Bowers in a game ear-
lier this season..The Tigers defeated Sneads 87-78 Tuesday night in-Graceville to improve
to 3-1 on the season. - Floridan File Photo


baskets by Potts, Myrick 'and Camerori
Dozier put the Tigers back up by 13 \ ih 21
seconds to play.
"It was a physical game," Register said,
noting the importance of his team's .10-0
fourth-quarter run. "That Was huge. It was a


big moment in the game." :,,
Sneads coach Kelvin Johnson said he was
very displeased with what he saw from his
team most of the night.
See TIGERS, Page 2B >


BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTs EDITOR
The Marianna Bulldogs suf-
fered their first loss of the season
Tuesday night, a 76-59 road
defeat at the hands of the
Bainbridge Bearcats.
Devon Baulkman made 6-of-8
from the 3-point line to lead the
Bearcats with 26 points.
Kruize Pinkins ; led the
Bulldogs with 21 points, while
Tre Long added 12.
Marianna led 15-12 after one
quarter, but the Bearcats stormed
back in control with a dominant
second period.
Bainbridge . outscored
Marianna 25-8 in the quarter to
take a 14-point halftime advan-
tage. The Bearcats maintained a
12-point lead through three quar-
ters and kept the Bulldogs at bay
in the fourth.
Marianna coach Travis Blanton
said he came away' very
impressed with the Bearcats' per-
formance.
"I think they're as good as they
were last year," the coach said.
"They're younger, but they shoot


it really good. We just didn't do a
very good job defensively of
staying in front of people, and
they out-rebounded us as well."
Blanton said his team's strug-
gles on the glass were particular-
ly disheartening for him, as it was
a point of emphasis going into
the game.
"We wanted to try to limit them
to one shot, but they were getting
two or three shots every time
down," the coach said. "That's
unusual for us because we usual-
ly do a pretty good job of defen-
.sive rebounding. I think they kind
of out-hustled us. It was a long
night for us. We just have to get a
little tougher."
The Bulldogs fell to 4-1 with
the loss, which Blanton said may
not be the worst thing for his
team.
"I think it will help us. I think
it came at a good time," .the coach
said of the loss. "You never want
to lose, but you always want your
kids to keep their feet on solid
ground, to understand that there's
work to be done.
"I don't feel like they were get-
ting the big head, but you do need


Marianna's RJ Bowers (2) drives down the baseline during a game
earlier this season. The Bulldogs dropped their first game of the
season Tuesday night in Georgia to Bainbridge, 76-59. -
Floridan File Photo


those humbling experiences early
on. If you're going to lose one
like that, you hope that it happens
early and not late." , .
Kendall Leeks finished with
nine points for Marianna, while
Tre Jackson added eight.


The Bulldogs next hit the road
to take on Walton Friday at 6
p.m., and 7:30 p.m.
Marianna then returns home
Saturday for ,another game
against Rutherford at 6 p.m., and
7:30 p.m.


Hornets drop close one to Blue Devils in Bonifay


BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR
A late rally fell just short for
Cottondale Tuesday night, as the
Hornets lost 62-60 to the Holmes
County Blue Devils in Bonifay.
Cottondale, which fell to 3-3 on the
season and 2-2 in district play, nearly
overcame an 11-point deficit going into
the fourth period.
However, a late turnover cost the
Hornets a chance to tie or take the lead
on their last possession.
Holmes County missed a free throw
with five seconds left and the Hornets
rebounded. But an outlet pass was off
target and the ball went back over to the
Blue Devils, who ran out the clock.
Marcus Humose led the Hornets with
24 points.
Cottondale coach Chris Obert said
that his team just didn't defend at the
level necessary to beat a quality oppo-
nent like Holmes County.
"Defensively, we had a lot of missed
assignments," the coach said. "We just
gave up far too many easy baskets.
"When we score 60, we need to be
able to win those games because we
kind of rely on our defense. But it let us
down. We didn't do as good a job defen-


"Offensively, we've got to
stop missing the easy ones.
We're missing far too many
easy buckets around the
goal. We're getting there,
but we're not cashing in."
-Chris Obert,
Cottondale coach

sively as we had in the previous two
games."
The Hornets had a difficult time solv-
ing the Blue Devils defense for much of
the night, due to the presence of 6-foot,
7-inch Blue Devil freshman Chris
Walker, who made points in the paint
hard to come by.
"I think we let the big kid change the
game a little bit," Obert said. "He
blocked some shots and altered several
more. He was a presence inside."
Holmes County led 20-9 after one
quarter, but Cottondale managed to cut
the lead to just three at halftime.
The Blue Devils increased their
advantage to 11 by the end of the third


quarter, and the Hornets had to use their
patented pressure defense to get back in
the game.
"We pressured them, and we were
able to force some turnovers," Obert
said of his team's fourth period. "We
were able get to the rim and finished
some, but in our pressure we had some
breakdowns.
"We were kind of feast or famine right
there. Sometimes we would make a
good play, then we'd give up one."
Obert said he thinks his team is close
to turning the corner, but it has to be
sharper on both ends and finish plays
better.
"The main thing is we have to be
more sound defensively, and offensive-
ly, we've got to stop missing the easy
ones," the coach said. "We're missing
far too many easy buckets around the
goal. We're getting there, but we're not
cashing in.
"It's still early in the season, and I
think that as time goes on we'll get it.
Hopefully, it won't be too long."
Cottondale next plays host to
Blountstown Friday night in another key
district contest.
The game tips off at 6 p.m., and 7:30
p.m.


Cottondale's Trestin White releases a jump shot
during a game against Sneads earlier this sea-
son. The Hornets traveled to Bonifay Tuesday
night to take on the Holmes County Blue Devils
and suffered a 62-60 defeat. - Floridan File
Photo


UF assistant
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Bainbridge deals



Bulldogs first loss


THURSDAY

MHS girls


coast to


easy win

BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR

The Marianna Lady
Bulldogs cruised past
Rutherford 59-13 Tuesday
night for their easiest home
win of the season.
The Lady Bulldogs jumped
out to a 20-4 lead after one
period, and led 32-9 at half-
time.
Sharhae Williams led
Marianna with 19 points, with
17 coming in the first half.
Shamiqua Davies also
added 10, and freshman Latia
Bass had seven.
Marianna coach Chucky
-Brown started emptying his
bench in the second period,
but his team continued to
pour it on anyway.
The Lady Bulldogs finished
the game by outscoring
Rutherford 16-2 in the fourth
quarter.
"I think we played well,"
the Marianna coach said.
"The starters came out and
did a good job with the press,
and we didn't miss any free
throws in the first quarter.
"We came out and just
closed the game out in the
first quarter, which was good
Because we got a chance to
.get girls in who don't get a
ton of playing time and get
them some experience."
Marianna defeated Arnold
63-27 in Panama City on
Monday night.
Brown said he wasn't
expecting to have such an
easy time in a week that con-
cludes tonight with a trip to
Bay, but it worked out per-
fectly for his team.
"It just allowed us to work
on some stuff to get ready for
Bay High," the coach said.
"We got their confidence built
back up, and our reserves got
some real good playing time."
Marianna is now 5-3 on the
season.

Lady Tigers

cruise to 7-0
BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR
The Graceville Lady Tigers
took a 61-39 win over the
Sneads Lady Pirates Tuesday
night in Graceville to remain
undefeated at 7-0.
Mychea Williams led
Graceville with 17 points,
while Wynterra Pittman and
Jessica McClendon each
added 12.
Graceville jumped out to an
18-4 lead in the first period
and led 33-16 at halftime.
"We started off strong and
really pushed. the pace from
the start," Lady Tigers coach
Jon Habali said after the game.
GHS next travels to
Cottondale to take on the rival
Lady Hornets tonight at 6 p.m.
"They're .real tough over
there," Habali said of CHS.
"We're expecting a battle."








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High School Boys
Basketball
Today- Graceville at
Chipley, 5:30 p.m., and 7
p.m.; Sneads at North
Florida Christian, 5 p.m.,
and 6:30 p.m.
Friday- Blountstown
at Cottondale, 6 p.m.,
and 7:30 p.m.; Vernon at
Sneads, 6 p.m., and 7:30
p.m.; Malone at John
Paul, 4 p.m., and 7 p.m.;
Marianna at Walton, 6
p.m., and 7:30 p.m.
Saturday- Rutherford
at Marianna, 6 p.m., and.
7:30 p.m.; Bainbridge at
Malone, 10 a.m. (junior
varsity)
High School Girls
Basketball .
Today- Graceville at
Cottondale, 6 p.m.;
Sneads at Malone, 4:30
p.m.; Marianna at Bay,
5:30 p.m., and 7 p.m.
Friday- Enterprise at
Graceville, 6 p.m.;
Vernon at Sneads, 4:30
p.m.; Malone at John
Paul, 5:30 p.m.
SHS Cheerleader
Food Drive
The Sneads High
School cheerleaders are
sponsoring a food drive
running from now
through Dec. 15.
Students are encour-
aged to bring in non-per-
ishable items throughout
the week. On Dec. 15,
those donating four items
will be admitted into the
SHS basketball games
for $1.
Games begin at 4:30
p.m. (girls) and 6 'p.m.
(junior varsity boys, fol-
lowed-by Varsity boys).
Come out and support
the Pirates while "raising
the Christmas Spirit!"
For more info, call (850)
482-9004 ext. 249.

Chipola Softball
Camp
The Chipola College
Lady Indians will hold a
softball camp on
Saturday from 1 p.m. to
4p.m.
Cost is $50. The camp
will provide instruction
in softball fundamentals
in a fun environment for
all ages. Campers will
receive instruction on
fielding, hitting, throw-
ing, base running, and
defensive and offensive
strategies. Fast-pitch
campers will receive
individual attention from
qualified coaches.
For more information,
contact Chipola softball
coach Belinda Hendrix at
850-718-2358 or email
hendrixb@chipola.edu.

Panhandle Classic
Chipola will play host
to the first Subway
Panhandle High School
Classic on Dec. 19 at the
Milton H. Johnson
Health Center.
Schedule for the
games is as follows:
* 4 p.m.- Malone v.
Rutherford
5:30 p.m.- Cottondale
v. Godby
7 p.m.- Bainbridge v.
Port St. Joe
8:30 p.m.- Houston
County v. Paxton
Recreation
Basketball
Marianna Recreation
Department will offer
three basketball leagues.
Registration for youth
ages 5-13 will be held
Dec. 14 through Jan. 7
from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at
the Marianna
Educational and
Recreational Expo locat-
ed at 3625 Caverns Rd.
in Marianna.
The registration fee for
basketball is $30 for
those who live inside of
the Marianna city limits,
and $45 for those outside
the city limits. The fee
must be paid in check or
money order. No cash
will be accepted.
Registration forms
may be picked up and
dropped off at City Hall,
as well as www.league-


lineup.com/mrd.
Participants must
bring a copy of their
birth certificate.
For more information,
contact the Recreation
Department at 482-6228.

Sports Items
Send all sports items to
editorial@jcfloridan. co
m, or fax them to 850-
482-4478. The mailing
address for the paper is
Jackson County Floridan
P.O. Box 520 Marianna,
Fla. 32447.


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"We didn't play well at
all," he said. "We didn't
make very smart decisions,
and we ttirned the ball over
way too much. We can't
win playing the way we
played tonight. We have to.
play smarter."
It was a turnover-fest for
much of the' night, with
Graceville's . full-court
pressure causing problems
for Sneads early in the
game.
"We were having some
success with our 'run-and-
jump' stuff early, but their
coach made a nice adjust-
ment and they started beat-
ing it," Register said.
The result was a 15-4 run
to close the first half by the
Pirates.
Graceville pushed the
lead back to nine at 47-38
early in the third, after 3-
pointers by Cameron
Dozier and Potts.
But soon after, turnovers
began to plague the Tigers
and it became a lay-up line
for Sneads players to get
the Pirates back in the
game.
Sneads took the lead
after capitalizing on three
straight Tiger turnovers


before Potts put Graceville
back up with a triple to
make it 50-48.
But Green raced. back
down the court for an easy
bucket to tie the game, and
lay-ups by Green and
Holmes put Sneads up four..-
Byron Laster and Derae
Laster each added eight
points for Graceville, while


Green scored eight for
Sneads and Josh Rogers
seven.
Graceville next heads to
Chipley to take on the rival
Tigers today at 7 p.m., with
-Sneads hitting the road as
well today to take on North
Florida Christian at 6:30
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45 CNN CNN Tonight (N) Campbell Brown (N) Larry King Live (N) B Anderson Cooper 360 IE Larry King Live Anderson Cooper 360 Anderson Cooper 360 Larry King Live Campbell Brown Newsroom American Morning I
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couch $125. l- w/ube bxes, for $600/mo. Realty Ex- well. $4500 334-312- Night furwell, very clea, 334-406-4555 850-547-2808 $38,00094- Decatur St. 334-687-9663 80-86.Make Offer STEEL RIM $30
chtwo chemicals change1754, 954-366- 0114$200 (850)482-2636 (850)482-2636micro, fridgeGood
ee table, elpetal mounted on tool bar. 1230/ 561-702-6543.8- stroe, mtrcond guide, Dockedeter 99' BasSnugels, back slide can be seen at 4448 Kitchen cabinets 19" or 9", great for Exerciser $25 can be
kitchen table with may draw Hring:ition. $400. Harbor slip B bilge pump, live well , d cond -$150 (850)592-2928
poses. Pleaf & 8 matching 229-758-3146 or 229- Mo850-814e Homes 673 0330door. $295 (850)209 5935$15,000103
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3 80-457 334-347-551 Day, brakes,wh., runs Excellent condition. - $20 OBO, 850-557- can be seen 4448 GMFordChrysler 70R16 ON 5 LUG
334-3 4622/209-1664/573- 34-7-6045 Night can e seen v 4448 b cleen $ FIRM O5
old, 3 female1851s, well, very clean, $400 FIRM 2394/592-2615/394- Decatur St. 850-482- 1980-86Make Offer STEEL RIM $30
G8id 3 &i lh, 4 $6,45008 F 334-sher 1754, Great cond. $6,850. (850)482-2636 7567 8347 $200 (850)482-2636 (850)482-2636
AKC P es es cble/laundry/H20/ 16,30hp mercury mo 334-696-5505. 5 x 8 trailer w/side Computer chair $25 Kitchen cabinets- Pine Cone Wreaths, Total BodyMotion
Help Wanted 5400-500, no pets, s trollikeng mtr guide, S keeter 99' Bass panels, back slide can be seen at 4448 Kitchen cabinets 19" or 9", great for Exerciser $25 can be
pomessageode A3 5 3 mingbird 565 TAC e trolling mot. & live 850-526-7277 8347 Oven needs repaired. 3426 St. 850-482-8347














794-2854 - Classifleds have what !trim, fshing decks, . canopy, great condi- 850-569-2194 (850)352-2553 $2750850-482-5555 Smoothe 29p8 canbeseen@4448
for a free pet may draw Hiring:l Kitchen message bilge pump, ive well, wells, good condo. $150 (850)592-2928
response from indiviPupduals Maager, 3 food Rent to Own: 2 & 3 fisheR 334-798-00 850 - tio $7,200. 334-886-9065 6 ft Christmas trees HandCookbookCoathtub LLadrection, Figurine-gerator-Matag Treadmill, brand
whwillsel$225uranimalfor service workers, MH's. Lot rent cl. ft. Sabre$5 - $20 850-557- Hardback, new con. Large birdcage good white side by side, new, automatic, pdx w/games $
research or breeding p334-796-26 &2 cashierstaurant/ For details 850-557- Stratos'99 273 23945th wheel 5922615/394- 850-482-83426 cond. $20 850-272-4476ice and water in the $550wants272 350 850-
poses. Please screen re- *Good Pay 3432"'850-814-6515 Intimidator, 17ft h ass 7567 8967 door. $295 (850)209- 593-5103
spondernts carefully when Befits Johnson 5out0Hoard. camper , 3 s nee hristmas Por Crutces w/elpoint 45 gun Matco mirrorll around 27679 TwXMAS HOUSES-d w/piALL







Healer-mivng ed pups$4. Can0-48-95 m a 3 14 ton truck or crft Doll, 22" Beautiful w2 magazines & tool box w/drawer I- desk, solid top mattress & anti-OWN11
Beur.ul u e ralestate le $8,50$6500. 334-596 1694 and Business. Have 3, seen 4448 Decatur 850-209- bottom. $150 850- ON STEEL RIM $30 PCS.NICE$5EA
r merafor 50-526-3426 850-482-8347 290 209-52900-2728967 chair. Great cond. OBO850-573-1903
Cases e'X16' Custom Built comp ski/wake AM/FM cassette Crystal Flutos, Bohe- Large Radio Ryder $250 850-593-5346 Water Fountain $25
33ame/ I i . OnrSkipperliner House- board, great shape. stereo $20 850-569- ia, new in box, $40 Horse, akes gallop Samurai Sword. Call can be seen i 4448
















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Free Kittens, 4 wksl boat. Estate Sale. Ap- 520 hrs, $8200 OBO. 2194 850-272-8967 ing noiss, like new for info. $300 Decatur St. 850-482-
old, ready in 2 ks praised @$224500, 334-796-3424 Aquarium, 5gal Decorations & lights, $65 850-526-0094. (850)579-4476 8347
850-573-5997 F BSelling @$117,000.cesso-
Free kittens, 6wks J Docked in Panama 60 horse four stroke, ries 15 850-526-3426 2394/592-2615/394- Boots, Black, can be seen @4448 be seen o4448 Deca-
old, 3 females, I male City 850-596-0167 loaded. 334-618-3058 Army Footlocker w/3 7567 ' Womans size 9 $50 Decatur St. 850-482- tur St. 850-482-8347
850-557-2486 Retail Space m Alumacraft 06' 16 ft. Wlliams Craft '08 compartment trays, Dt 850-209-1622, 847
Free kittens to good Apartmensw/50 Yamaha/GPS 60 horse four stroke, exc. cond. $35 850- Delta tool box,dfits 8Wheelcar foot ped.
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home. 850-526-2735 Furnishd FOR RENT, 5100 sq ft loaded,exc.cond. l75d830-5-657277.7$20 can be seen@ b
bldg Retail, 4178 $6,450 OBO 334-714- ARTIFICIAL XMAS 4448 Decatur St. 850- 4-48
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poodles 5300. 334 5924793. reside forsale linmotor, tilt & new bed, slide out & fits most cars $75 nightvision $175 string guitar w/HSC tore, Genaire Wood Crutches $3,
794-2854 Clossifieds hove what trim, fishing decks, canopy, great condi- 80-569-2194 (850)3522553 $275 850-482-5555 Si oothe Top, works can be seen @ 4448
AKC Reg. Boxer Pups you ore looking for. fisher ID $7500 850- tion. $9,000. 334-797- Christmas Decor Handicp Bathtub LLadro Figurine- but beeps. $25 850- Decatur St. 850-482-
8wks. dewornMed, )352-4274 1272 tons & lights,all for Seat $10 can be seen Grandfather #654
DT/DC. $225 M) 2 Restaurant/ Wellcraft 88' 23 ft. Sabre by Palamino $10 850-557-2394/ @ 4448 Decatur St. Perfect. in box $450 Swivel Rocker, like X Box w/games $65
$175.(F) 334-796-2621 Restauervt eCenter counsel, 225 '08, 28 ft 5th wheel 592-2615/394-7567 850-482-8347 (850)579-4476 new, green, $50 850- 850-272-8967
Border Collie/Blue Fod Service , Johnson outboard., camper, 3 slides, Christmas Porcelain Hi-h point 45 gun Matco roll around 272-8967 XMAS HOUSES- ALL
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SHarley Davidson '08 Chevy Tahoe '04 Z71, FORD TW 15 Tractor CHEVY '66, custom FORD '77, F100, 350,
Mitsubishii '07 Galant Low Rider, less than 58K, white, tan interi- w/cab, 140hp, exc. V8, ps/pb, swb, auto, V8, long wheel base,
Like New! $200 down 3K mi. black, warran- or. Sparkling clean cond. $12,100. obo runs & looks good. auto, ps/pb, runs &
1$209 per month ty, perfect cond. $16,900. 334-791-2812 2 cultivator sold sep. Needs some work. looks good. $2,500.
Cal Ron Ellis many xtras. $13,500 Chevy Trailblazer 08' 334-701-1836 $2,500. 334-735-5404 334-735-5404
S334-714-0028 850-526-2790 black, LS 31K mi. A/C MASSEY Ferguson Chevy '71 El Camino, FORD '77 F100
SNissas '05 Atm 2.5 - & Rear air Exc. Cond. 240 model '8541 HP 350 Engine, $7500 6cy., short wheel
Ns 5 s.5 $15,000. 334-791-9115 deisel tractor$5,900 850- 594-3282 base, runs & looks
BMW '00 3231102KS. 5 speed.32k m VOLVO '04 40110K Ford Explorer 305-766-8261
*4-Wheel Drive1 $7,995. West Main l Ike new.REDuCED $6,500 WEST MAIN 4wD,'auto,ploaded, Chevy 91' S-10 truck good. $2,500.00.
Car Sales LLC $11.900850-482-2994 19 WAEST MCcn enti
Grissley 6604wd IPT 1919 West Main St. FORD '08 Focus SES NISSAN 06 Altima 1919 WEST MAIN ST black, excellent ond 334793-2142 Ford '97 Ranger Ext.
tire&thels. $400nc9-5 88wSo t L oo Micr-e7Q Edition 334-699-5880 101k mi., $4,500 firm. Cab, runs great.
3s h0 ls.i$4700 (334)699-5880 pecial ton. VERY NICE CAR. Harley Sportster06' 334-618-4468 Looks good. $3400


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w ao 21,000 miles, $S o dows, tilt, cruise, al- Turbo, AT, sun-roof, & Hines Short Shots, Ford '9833-677-3613 Explorer,
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eaachapter11 wit93E4189K $10,000 West aut2200.334-475-1723 leomatic transmit. VW '08 Jettagaragekept.12kVulcan seats, pwr steering, V6 vortex, at, a/ miles. $3,300., 334-
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Seiformatio, or, 2WD, a/c, alarm, 334-714-0028 Ace Deluxe, 750 CC, GMC'08 Yukon SLT, Chrysler '95 Voyager, Dodge '08 Quad cab, condition. Restored,
Flight Club Share '8 3 alloys, am/fm, CD, lots of accessories, rear bucket seats, V6, auto, seats 8, 5.7 Hemi, loaded. $3000 080.
Cessna 172 & 182 T-Bird, auto, cruise, driver airbag, Classics & Antiques 24K miles, $3500 power lift gate, 3rd power, am/f cass. $16,500. 334-796-8174334677-6715
hangard in Mar. exc. 90 4bbl, slide steer- passenger airbag, PL, FIRM. 334-494-6808 seat, white, 12K new tires, NOW
. $2000 850-569- i9 69K miles, $8,995 &oPS, PW, sun root '69 Chevelle Malibu Honda'07 Shadow perfect334-692-4124 2832 ,














coand. $200e85-ids Cng, extK mioesf $8 5 WsNss n mieslide-F Mosk energy edi $ est aeing , Ca 975, god cond.9$11000 2 'dws
2969 -71a . 334-671-5051 or $11,000 36305 Convertible SBC, au- red/bik flames $4500. or 334-797-76033 -
S2334-797-5051 (334)618-4741 ho. to, PB, PS, Red/Black 726-1434/677-5489o 3D6 Dodge,0 '05 Caravan,
Auto Engines/ BMW '023251 112K Ford '93 Taurus, runs Jorive 24hotmail.cluons & Drives Great dual8air DVD, pwr
Parts/Misc. $10,995 WEST MAIN C ood, needs AC, m $14,900obo. HONDA '09230 CRF windows & locks,
CAR SALES LLC 2200. 1334475 -1723 Nissan '07 Altima (334618-0585 Dirt Bike. Like new, good condton....
1919 WEST MAIN ST StilnderKwasaki0 M s5 5 ,0500b31792:5333 GMC '95 Yukon
Volkswagen Beetle 334-699-5880 Ford '93 Taurus, runs 2.5SL, Black, 34,200 Model A 1929, 2 dr, $2,800ill under Warranty. $5033.92-5333
parts. Dual Kadron 40 VERY CLEAN. ood, needs AC. m., bse stereo, excellent driver, has offer334-449-8484 Ford '01 Winstar Van, Z71, 4 wheel drive,
carbs, complete with r2200. 334-475-1723 moonaroof, spoiler, matching trailer. white, leather &pwr red, 2door, 176K
manifold, linkage, & Buick '05 Lacrosse leatherin t. vry $15,000. 850-482-6632 Kawasaki '08 Vulcan seats, pwr steering, miles. $3,300., 334-
original air cleaners. CXL, 1 owner, clean Ford 95' Mustang,Co- clean, Like new. 850-596-8475 900 custom, 2400 Jeep '02 Wrangler X, dual airbags, cargo 701-4264/701-8670
Both carbs were just car, 6 cyl, leather nvertable $2500 850- $16,995. obo, 334- miles, windshield, SUV. 5-spd. 6-cyl. 4 carrier included. -
rebuilt $250; 4- 15" dual climate control 726-0256 372- 0702 or 334-432-Subr saddlebags, red. Re- WD. 44K, Great cond. 407-453-31429 s
EMPI style 8 spoke $9300. 334-6991 925 0302. rnduced to $5700. 334- $1 1.500.
wheels, 4 lug, $250 692-33 l37 or 796-5421 719-930-4976. 334-657-0755.







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foritsbhe L det u 7 HAdson0with 525E Cummings
oRight heater boxes, Td C . E Dodge '98 Ram 1500 engine, new tires, all
$50 for both; Front & P -o i Nissan '08 Ama, cXcab.le575 down. 0% -u t row $14,7
1971 Super Beetlebstag unroo ay to Financing. 1-800- condition. $10,500.
$30 each; Front & to V6 runs good 30K miles. $16.700. FORD '04 White Eo 470-0650 9am/9gpm 334-803-5072 or 334-
l m o DdRear fenders from BuPow er ind9Conversion. 42K m6 c.
1971 SuperBeeLT, M aroon with gray green. door, cold 469-080 '06HD Dyn Wie DODGE RAM '04 Excellent 8996594
$30 each; 2 Decklis Limited 60K $9,995 seat, & doorlocks. B ennmkn'0bRl30 enedstargy700cs edi - 36401.Con
SWestMain C lesar Sales CD, ext. set of rims. Nissan 08 Versa Gide-FXDWG. Back. Monster energy ecle.$8,595 West Main Car 7,god cnd. $11,000- 05 F150 ver,2 d ewayne ive.
from 1971 Super LLC 1919 West Main $3,500. OB 334-632- Great Gas Mileage, Like new. customs 5000tin. pipes, power Sales LLC 1919 West obo. 334-308-1112 20" chr. wh 323., $15Km86
NADA.Beetle, $37930 09ach St16.900 334) 699-5880 0127 / 334797-9115 Like New $500 dawn 6600 m. $14,75 404 commander high Main St. 334-699-5880 Ford '98 Wndstar. Lthr . 334-435-6320
Call 334-322-1528 saramyshelleturner@ $250 mo. Call Steve 578-1482 jeff@ , flow air filter, lowoo.


























2 ~rCAver. ' Toyota *02 Celeca GT. Custom. 10 miles, gel cushion. One ,Chevy04 Silverado $22k, 253-722-7626 .o
GreatCADILLAC '06 DT ahoo.c Hatcher 334-791-8243 f ron t wrrnty Like new. miles. $10,500. $475 down, ShaInter-
AutbiMisc. Exc. condo , leather '99 Taurus2003 YZ125, bought 334-790-1852. est. Daylight Auto Fi.
toseats, 4dr, beige int. ,4 Pontiac '9iBonevile new in 2005, has less Mojo Motor Scooter 06509ama/gpm
fully loaded. $12,900. door, all power, 110k w/124K mi runs good than 100 hrs. $2000 M
fullyLloaded.,$12090miV 0650demi d r d
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Pontiac '98 Grand Am shape and welI main- -0ltop van. leather.
2006 Merur Gr545 sedan 4 r, Honda 'om03 Accord EX, down, 0% Inter- Anniversary Fatd. $4000. Buy, 1300 Tour, fue i' Mercees'05 ML350. Call power. detailed. 2 $18TV500.334-79's Nissan 09' Titan SE
doorquloaded. V8 black, leather, sun- est. Daylight Auto Fi- both for $5500. Nina Like New 25R tan, SUV. Auto. 6-cy. very clean ballgame Ford '01 Ranger Edge VS King Cab Black
super clean er. Nw condon s roof, very nice. nancing 1-800-470- 334-726-3842 w/Lacket 3,500. mi. AWD. 42,000, Loaded, ready! $4,395. 334-. 76,000 miles, 4 cyl Auto trans only 5K





























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AM/FM, bu T s" SL Mai r md.$16,000$3934-8974 Harley Davidson08 $6990.2334714-4001 B 4, Cfield
new brakes & tires $9,500. 334-7261215 06509am/pm '92 Goldwing, 60k Classic YAMAHA08 V V-star ready, ter -9 5 speed, new tires mi. Factory War















a24,995.P L3PS '70W150ie 8VW9Passatload- 40miless 2n b,
2499. 334 5550 Honda '07 Civic res, like new inside Honda 03VTX 1800 Yamaha09 1300V lli stone 6000. field Chevy Excellent$589505 ilverado. MUT ELL, runspower windows,
Infinity "97 J30 - __ " Coupe Touch screen Pontiac Sunbird 90" miles, red, exc. Leave 334-790-7959 lock, Tilt Cruise bed
142,000 miles. Chevrolet '02 Camaro GPS navigation sys- Good cond. $1,295. & running ond. RUned in col tar torng bke. runs well, sheow miles, great 18K mi. black, running d
l y K 334-793-2142 $7000 850-445-2915 '08. 80mpg, 1000 mi.'s new tires, sunroof, 2 e 25,995 OBO 714142
$3500er, Prem334-687-795 V6 engine, metaic te DVD player, 26K overseas. $12,000. or new chromessage $3000. miles.w 44563024283 One Owner. Immac- MS esTA 5.500 obo.
Mitsubishi '06 Raider blue Sell.d AC4,300. CD m., back, $13,000 Ran3470414 $6200.33430899 Rover HSE HARLEY leather t.334-447-2572 ulaYMOUTH. 334-793-0095 334-6713772.
$22,000.8.VoyagerHR4Ynewitires,850-42-344 es Toyota 03'Tacoma
Duro Cross, Crew Player, smoked 786-223-2278. 4.6 ully loaded, 115K Road King Police, $la,000 . towaoyager, 4new tires, d '02341e T , 7Kut m l ex tciond
Cab, V8, Loaded, 32K T-Tops, 161k miles, Honda 07 Civic EX m., $5,500, Call (334) 16,500 miles. White, 3207.3ower-seing r6,,ewautod, WDall, T must see $4ons
$14,500. 334-791-0646 $5000, good cond.,. silver, coupe, 5sp, 797-0 68 clean & shop kept. 3076. ow ingrd i
S334-7972706 39Komiles, $13,200 or ** Reduce .LEXUS $11,000. 334-774-3663 ump very clean, V8/5.4L eng,T104,168 334-794.3525
Automobiles 0R 08. 334-308 '1112 - 92 Runs great! Harley Davidson 02' O mileage, $3,750 m l., SuperieCrew ,Cab,
a Looks good4000, Her I tage Sofi l
ow mie CHEVROLEt '08 .o od O5 oadtires, tool box,
Ol Corvette convertible. Jack 239-44-0985 Springer like new. to a '05 Vmax 3343551118 $13,500. 334-894-,1212
5Black, loaded. exc.e anniv. edition in or 334-494-2823
'08 Lincoln Town Car cond.. garage kept Reduced: LEXUS many ext. to list
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17.600 mileslight $55,000. 334-692-5624 '92 Runs great! 460m.$20 cond.,6e red,1ex8cl.rdks4eavyruty1
blue. Ve good Looks good! $4.000. 334-2352995 & incl. sissy bar, san '07 Pathfinder Ch l'61500 ies
Jack 239.4640985 HARLEY Davidson '03 guard. cover & trickle tires. $4400 OBO.
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GOOD CAR. WE5T roof & upgraded ds '96 Ciera SL ing mirrors, crew
MAIN CAR SALES LLC sports pkg. $9900 wagon, V- loaded cab, ext. bed. Loaded
334-699-5880. 850-.209-5710 30.000 me. like new $23.000
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start. 9.200 mile. $500 don $250 per Davdson ' Yamaha '07 VStars-Tractors ed, leather seats, r
S HarleyYsunroof, 4dr, 72K
2006 Merrury Grandl 4Con r. automat c - month Call Steve Anniversary Fat Boy, 1300 Tour, fuelinject� Call for details. $18,500.334-791-5282
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ag, passenger West Main Street 2497 or 334-672-1655 Electra Glide Classic, YAMAHA '08 V V-star ready, shelter kept.
airbag. PL, PS. PW (334) 699-5880 VW '06 Passat, load- 4000 miles myear i250, burgundy, 1836 $10,500 O2 . o334-a44
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2006 Mercury Van, good condition. & out. 119Kbamoving Exc. Cond. Re in col. Star toutng bike. ready. shelter kept. Black ss y
Mariner. Premier, V6. $2000 334-794-9321 overseas. $12,000. or new chrome 2500 miles. $8.500. $1000. 334-34714283 One Owner Immac- MSTA $5.500 obo. assist you.
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334-793-0095. Chevrolet '93 Cap-
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new tires. $4300. Main Car Sales LLC
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2006 Mercury Milan. Chevy '03 Tahoe i
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