Jackson County Floridan

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Jackson County Floridan
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Jackson County Floridan
Place of Publication:
Marianna, Fla
Chipola Pub. Co.
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Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
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The Federal Bureau of Prisons
has released more details regard-
ing the prison yard fight at
Federal Correctional Institution
in Marianna Wednesday night.
According to agency represen-
tative Jennifer Saad, about 100
inmates were involved in the
fight, which occurred around.
7:40 p.m.
Eight staff members reported
minor injuries, which included
sprains and abrasions. One staffer
also lost a dental ,filling in the
attempt to quell the disturbance.-
Six'inmates were taken to a
hospital emergency room. for
treatment of non-life-threatening
injuries, and two remained hospi-.
talized as of Thursday afternoon.
One of them has a fractured ver-
tebrae and the other suffered head
See PRISON, Page 7A >


coming to

''.FLi'.i- ,rJ STiFF \VrJTFI-;
candidate Alex
Sink %%ill be
hosting a meet
and greet
Saturday, July 3,
at 3:30 p.m. at
Jim's Buffet and Alex
Grill as*arpart of sSink
her "'"Spirit of,
Florida "tour.
SSink will tart in Panama City
Friday and make her way down
the. coast. I it ng and greeting
voters throughout the holiday
Sink's last 'stop Saturday will
be Marianna.
Sink currently serves as
Florida's chief financial officer.
She was elected to that position in
2006, after 26 years in the bank-,
. ing industry.
Sink said in a phone interview
Thursday that she planned to dis-

See SINK, Page 7A �

144th gets big reception

To see more scenes from
the downtown parade and
at, the armoury, go to


It was an exciting and emotion-
al morning in; Marianna
Thursday, as the 144th
Transportation Company was.
welcomed home by. local sup-
porters, family and friends, who
lined the streets waving flags and
cheering in celebration of their
safe return from Iraq.
Even with the last-minute
schedule change, Jackson County
Sheriff Lou Roberts estimated
about 3,000 people lined
Lafayette Street in support of the
troops' homecoming. .
Many held signs, waved flags
and blew kisses to the men and
women who rode by on fire
trucks and busses through down-
town Marianna. The troops were
headed to the National Guard
Armory, where they would be
reunited with their families for
the.first time in a year.
Golson's .summer enrichment
program held their annual
"Happy Birthday, America!" pro-
gram. on the steps of the Jackson
County Courthouse, with about
75 students singing patriotic
songs 'as a treat for all parade
attendees. The children waved
their flags and jumped up and
down as the soldier-filled fire
trucks rode by.
Grandmother Annette Dalton
stood in front of the courthouse
as the parade began Thursday
"My grandson is on one of
those," she said. "I'm so' glad to
see my baby home."
Dalton's grandson, Christopher
Gilley, is one of the 65 soldiers
who left for Iraq around this time
Aboutfive minutes prior to the
troops, arrival at the armory,
three-year-old Mckenzie
Siimrons stood on'the back of
the truck owned by her grand-
mother, Paula Weeks, waiting for
her mother Tiffany Simmons to
"I'm so excited to see my
mommy," Mckenzie said.
Mckenzie spread 'her arms as
far as she could, a she she said, "I'm
going to give her a hug this big."
Tiffany said reuniting with her
daughter' again was overwhelm-
ing and wonderful all at the same
time,, as . Mckenzie gripped her

Sign in hand, Susie Burns waited for the 144th Transportation Company to return to Marianna
Thursday morning. -Mark Skinner/Floridanr

mother tightly.
The soldiers lined up for a for-
mal ceremony led by Jackson
County Chamber of Commerce
CEO Art Kimbrough.
Reps. Marti Coley, R-
Marianna, and Brad Drake, R-
Eucheeanna, as. well as State
Attorney Glenn Hess all spoke
and thanked the troops for their
sacrifices and service.
"I commend 'you all for your
dedicated service,", Rep. Coley
said. "America is truly honored
for your willingness to step for-
ward and answer the call of patri-
otic duty. Welcome home."
Following the formal ceremo-
ny military officials released the
soldiers to their families, and the
crowd went wild.
Wives, sons, daughters, broth-
ers, sisters, mothers and fathers
See HOME, Page 7A >

Ricky Finch feeds one-month-old Christian Ricky Finch Thursday. It
was the first time he had met his son. -Mark Skinner/Floridan

Officials look

for ways' to

clean beaches
Florida's officials are seeking
inventors to save the state's pris-
tine beaches from the Gulf of
Mexico spill.
The Florida Department of
Environmental Protection on
Thursday organized a demonstra-
tion by 10. U.S. and Canadian
inventors to find the best methods
to clean tar. of an oil-fouled sec-
tion of Pensacola Beach. Eight
others were tested separately.
Each inventor was assigned a
plot of beach.
Among the ideas - peat moss,
polymers and a fibrous cotton
that would blanket the beach and
adhere 'to the tar when rolled up.
Darryl Boudreau of the envi-
ronmental department says the
state isn't looking for one idea, it
is looking for a lot of good ideas
that can be used in different situ-

Fire damage es Graceville apartment
A Graceville mother's diligence in keeping
her fire- alarm in working order may have
saved her life, and the lives of her three chil-
Kinvle Sorey and her children were asleep
in Apartment 10 at Grace Home Apartment
Complex when the fire alarm sounded at 8:45
a.m. Thursday.
It woke Sorey, who rushed to get her chil-
dren outside to safety. She called 911, and
several fire departments responded.
Graceville volunteers were the' first to
arrive, and made an interior attack on the
.Jackson County Fire Marshal Chuck
Sawyer said the Graceville unit did an excel-
lent job knocking down the main body of the
fire, which was located in the front living
Jackson County Fire' Rescue and
Campbellton .volunteers joined them and
were able to contain the fire to its point of ori-

See FIRE, Page 7A >

A woman and her three children were at home when this fire started in their apartment
Thursday morning in Graceville, but they escaped unharmed. -Mark Skinner/Floridan

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

Contact Us
Telephone: (850) 526-3614
FAX: (850) 482-4478
Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 520, Marianna, FL 32447
SStreet Address:
*4403'Constitution Lane
" arianna; FL 32446
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Floridan's to cor-
rect mistakes promptly. To
report an error, please call
526-3614 Monday-Friday.

July 2 - Friday
* Diane Stephens Cowley will be signing
copies of her latest book, .10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at
Chipola River Book.& Tea, 4402 Lafayette St.
in downtownn Marianna.
* Jackson County Senior Citizens, -2931.
'Optimist Drive, Marianna, hosts'an indoor
crafts/yard sale, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
* Students from the F.M. Golson Elementary
SchoolSummer Enrichment Program invite
the public to an 11 a.m. concert on the front
steps of the Jackson County Court House in
downtown Marianna, in celebration of July
4th and the return of the Florida National
Guard 144th Transportation Company.
* The Gilmore Academy and Jackson
County Training School reunion is July 1-4. A
parade is set for today at 4 p.m. on Orange
Street. Call 482-7497.
* Celebrate Recovery hosts adult and teen.
meetings- to ."overcome hurts, habits, and,
hang-ups in a safe environment" at Evangel
Worship Center, 2645'Pebble Hill Road.
Dinner, 6 p.m. (free for first-time guests);'
meeting, 7'p.m. Child care available. Call 209-
7856, 573-1131.%
* Alcoholics Anonymous (open meeting), 8-
9 p.m. at the.First United Methodist Church,
2901 Caledonia St., Marianna,. in the AA

July 3 - Saturday
* The Jackson County. Farmers' Market is.
qppen, 6:30 a.m. until.all, fresh produce is sold
Out, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays in
the Jacks6n County Courthouse parking lot.,
The state certified farmers' market accepts
FMNP/WIC and Elder Affairs coupons.:
* Chief Financial Officer .of ,Florida and
Democratic candidate for governor.Alex Sink
will be in Marianna for a meet-and-greet, 3:30
p.m: at Jim's Buffet and Grill.
* The Gilmore Academy' and Jackson
County Training School reunion is July 1-4.
Call 482-7497.
* Alcoholics Anonymous (open meeting),
4:30-5:30 p.m. at the First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna, in the
AA room.

*' The Harmony Masonic Lodge hosts a fish
fry and sing featuring the Front Porch Pickers,
6 p.m. Tickets: $6 donation per plate, or six
for $25. Call 526-9516.

July 4 - Sunday
, * The Gilmore Academy and Jackson'
County Training. School, reunion is July.1-4..
Call 482-7497. '
:* A July 4th Family Celebration, presented
by the Orange Hill Volunteer Fire Dppartment
and the Cypress Hill Community Church,
starts' at 5 p.m.' at the fire department at
County Roads 273 anid 276, Chipley. Tyndall
AFB'fly-over scheduled for 6 p.m.; fireworks
at 9 p.m. Kids' activities, food, gospel music.
and more. Free admission. Bring lawn chairs,
blankets. No coolers'or alcohol allowed. Call
850-260-2687 or 850-814-5937.

. July 5:- Monday,
* The' 25th annual. Freedom Springs
Triathlon (adult/kids swim-bike-run event) at
Blue Springs Recreation Park, 5461 Blue
Springs Road in Marianna, begins with the
adult swim at 7 a.m.; kids race at 8:45 a.m.
Athletes, there is no race-day registration..
'Registration closed June 20. Entry fee for
family/friends/other spectators: $2. Awards
ceremony begins at approximately 10:15 a.m.
* Jackson County Public Library's' Summer
Reading Program is 9:30-10:30 a.m. (pre-
school age), and 1,0:30-11:30 a.m. (school
age) in-the Bascom Community Center; and
2-3 p.m. (preschool age), and.3i15-4:15 p.m.
(school age) in the Greenwood City Hall. Hear
stories; make crafts, earn prizes and books by
reading or being read to. Call 482-9631 for
* Today is the 'application" deadline for
Qhipola College Fall 2010 classes.
Applications for admission are available in the
Admissions Office in the Student, Service
Building or online at Call
* Alcoholics Anonymous (open meeting), 8-
9 p.m. at First United Methodist Church, 2901
Caledonia St., Marianna, in the AA room.
' , ) . ,, .

July 6 - Tuesday
* The Jackson County Farmers' Market is
open, 6:30 a.m.'until all fresh produce is
sold out, Tuesdays, Thursdays and
Saturday in the Jackson County Courthouse
parking lot. The state certified farmers' mar-
ket accepts. FMNP/WIC. and Elder Affairs
* St. Anne Thrift Shop, 4287 Second Ave.
in Marianna, is having its "After. July 4th
Blow-out Sale,". July 6, 8, 13 and 15.
Clothing only, buy one at regular price, get
second (equal or lesser value) for half-price,
and the third one free. Call 482-3734.
* Jackson- County Public Library's
Summer Reading Program is 10-11 a.m.
'(preschool age),, and 11:15 a.m.-12:15 p.m.
(school age). in -the Citizens Lodge,
Marianna; and 2-3 (preschool age), and
3:15-4:1.5, p.m. (school age) in the Malone
City Hall. Hear stories, make. crafts, earn
prizes and books by reading or being read
to. Call 482-9631 for reservations.
* Optimist Club of Jackson' County meets
every first and third 'Tuesday, at noon, in
Jim.'s Buffet and Grill'in'Marianna.
* Christine Gilbert teaches free quilting,
crocheting or knitting classes, 1, p.m. at the
Jackson County Senior Citizens center, 2931
Optimist Drive, Marianna. Call,482-5028.
* Jackson County Quilters Guild Marianna
Sit-n-Sew is Tuesdays, 6-8 p.m. in the First
United M.ethodist Church Youth Hall, Clinton
Street, .behind the Marianna Post Office. Call
* Alcoholics Anonymous (open meeting),
8-9 p.m. at' the First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna, in the
AA room.
* The. Childbirth Education Class series
begins Tuesday, July 6, 5:30-8:30 p.m. and
continues each Tuesday through' July 27, in
the ground floor classroom of Jackson
Hospital, 4250 Hospital Drive, Marianna.
Husbands/other supporters invited. Brind a
pillow for relaxation. Materials, snacks pro-
vided. FOCEP curriculum by Jackson County
Health Department staff. No cost. Contact
526-2412, ext. 162.


The Mariannia Police
Department ljst6edthe fol-
lowing incidents for June
30, the .latest available
report: One accident with-
out injuIy, one stolen vehi-
cle, one burglary, one bur-,
glary of a vehicle, one ver-
bal disturbance, 'one drug
offense, eight traffic stops,
one . follow-up investiga-
tion, juvenile complaint,.
one assault, two. assists of
another agency: arid two
public service calls.
The Jackson'County
Sheriff's Office and
Jackson Fire Rescue list-
ed the following incidents

for June 30, the latest
available 'report: One
drunk ,pedestrian, two
accidents without injury,
one missing juvenile, onel
stolen tag, one stolen
-..vehicle, two
= abandoned
one reck-
Cless driver,'
three suspi-
cious vehicles, one suspi-
cious incident, one high-
way, obstruction, . one
mental illness case, one
burglary, one burglary of,
a vehicle, two verbal dis-
turbances, one drug
offense, 22 medical calls,
ond drug overdose, two
fire alarms, 33 traffic
stops, .two larceny c6m-
' , , , 'A

plaints, one criminal mis-
chief complaint, four
civil disputes, one ties-
passing 'complaint, one
follow-up investigation,
one juvenile complaint,
one assault, one noise
disturbance, two animal
complaints, two .fraud
reports, one assist of a
motorist, one retail theft,
three assists of another'
agency, eight public serv-
ice calls, one patrol
request and three 'threats.

The following persons.
were .booked into the
county jail during the lat-
est repoitirng period:

- Howard NMcKinnie,
56, 5459 Ellaville Road,
Campbellton, abuse of an
elderly person.or disabled
person, worthless checks.
-- Mitchel Hodges, 31,
4454 Ross St., Marianna,
hold for Holmes County.
- Dusty Baker, 21, 1873
Pilgrims Rest ' Road,
Slocomb, Ala., possession
of drug paraphernalia.
- Clarence Baxley, 41,
2882 Pinecrest St.,
Vernon, knowingly driv-
ing "while license sus-
pended or revoked.
- Jevin Kotnik, 24,
4429B Holly Hill Drive,
Marianna, violation of
county probation.
- Samuel Caruso, 32,
-. 31836 E. State Road 44,

Eustis, driving while
license suspended or
revoked-habitual, posses-
sion of listed chemicals.
-' Michelle Phillips, 22,
2038 Main St., Cypress,
possession of controlled
substance (Darvocet),
possession of drug para-
- Jared Hathaway, 31,
16644 NE Tom Kimbrel
Lane, Altha, hold. for
Calhoun 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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Jacksoni County Floridan * Friday, July 2, 2010 - 3A LOCAL

Entrepreneurs see future in nostalgia


Wooden Nickel opened in
Chattahoochee abodt six weeks
ago, and it has a distinctly nostal-
gic flair to go along with its
* tame. Although for simplicity's
sake, it's called a coffee shop, it
offers more than a cup o' joe.
A. theater-style popcorn
machine sits on the counter,
flanked on one side by a hot-dog
rotisserie and on the other by a
row of big glass jars filled with
Flavored and plain roasted pecans
with salt.
Those are lined up on top of a
see-through counter which 'is
filled with Moon Pies, chocolate-
covered cherries, and all kinds of
other traditional packaged can-
dies like lemonheads, saltwater
taffy and jaw breakers, as well as.
mainstream treats like 1M&Ms.
On a high shelf above all this, the
Broads keep a collection of old
beverage .bottles, including -an
RC bottle dated 1936.
Further down, eight flavors of
old-fashioned hard-scoop ice
cream await, those with a sweet
tooth for icy treats.
Owners Scott and Laine Brbad
have mastered the art of prepar- '
ing coke floats,- root beer floats,
and other ice cream and soda
The coffee station is in the cen-
ter of the room, and along the
wall near the front of the shop are
more old-fashioned candies.
Patrons can pick up a compli-
mentary wooden nickel from a
basket by the front door. It's the
store's unique "business card."
The new enterprise . has
brought out a talent for theater
in'Scott. Despite working in con-
struction most of his life, he
seems quite. comfortable trans-
forming, himself into a turn-of-
the century soda jerk, to play out
his role as proprietor. His bowler
hat and bow tie complete the
atmosphere the Broads are trying
to create. Around his waist, he
also sometimes wears an'old tin.
coin-changer, which he salvaged
from his family's junk pile as a
child. .,
The popcorn. machine' is
expected to be crackling non-stop
this weekend, as the business pre-

* I y ^ H

Scott Broad works behind the counter at the Wooden Nickel in Chattahoochee. -Mark Skinner/Floridan

pares for a special. Sunday pres-
entation. The Blues Traveler con-
cert DVD showing they've
planned marks the start of What
the owners hope will become a
hallmark of the business.
One side of The 'Wooden
Nickel is being set up as a mini-
:theater, where the Broads plan t6
show old movies and' present-
other out of the ordinary enter-
tainment. This Sunday at 5 and 7
p.m. Eastern time, they're'show-
'ing the Blues Traveler concert,
which was. filmed at the Red
Rocks, Amphitheater in Denver.
Later this year, they plan to show
a series of vintage Grand Ole
Opry sessions, and movies are
'being selected for future presen-
.The couple also wants to find
movies and other entertainment
geared to giving young people
some wholesome and entertain-
ing ways to spend their time.

The entertainment will be free;,'
the Broads are hoping, the audi-
ence will need a little something
to drink and eat while they watch.
The movie-showing aspect of
their operation, has double mean-
ing for the couple; their personal
property. , just east of
Chattahoochee was once owned
by, Spurgeon Dunn, who owned
the old Gibson Theater in town.
Among his personal belong-
ings that got left behind, the
Broads found an old mail flier he
sent out one week in 1964,:
advertising his offerings for the
period. "The Bridge On the River
Kwai" was one of several on the
schedule. That flier got a place of
honor at The W6oden Nickel.
They also found two of his
chalkboard marquees, and, those
hang on the brick wall across
from the popcorn, candies and
'The Broads are also preparing

These are the Wooden Nickel's version. of a business card. The coins are given away to patrons.
-Mark Skinner/floridan .

to open a'gallery in a back room
of their store, which will feature'
the work of area artists. A local.
woodturner is likely to be one of.
the first to .put his work on dis-
If it turns out that he's made a
piece from pecan tree wood, it
would easily represent the full-
circle thinking that brought The
Wooden Nickel into being.
The Broads bought the old
Dunn farm, * just outside
Chattahooche,e about three years
:ago. It includes a pecan grove.,
At first, the couple had no
thoughts of doing anything more
than enjoying the trees' shade.
But then they started thinking
about how wasteful that would
.Eventually, they bought some
equipment to care for and harvest
the crop they saw dropping from
-the trees, largely un-reaped.
They set up a country store in a
barn on the property. They
picked up, cracked and packaged
their pecans for sale, but soon
found that the traffic out to their
place on a winding dirt road was
slim. They decided they needed
to move into town.
The idea was to market their
raw pecans, but the plan quickly
Soon, their inventory included
packaged pecan logs and other.
pecan products. Before long, cof-
fee went on the list, along with
Krispy Kreme donuts. The list
soon stretched to hard candies,
chocolate bars, and more.
, His aversion to wasting assets
also led Scott to add popcorn and
His father and grandfather had
run a country club in' their com-
munity years ago, and the hot dog
and popcorn machines were part
of the equipment. Scott took
them out of storage, and put them
in his shop.
He exclusively uses Sabrett hot"
dogs,, an all-beef, kosher, skinless
The hot dogs are slipped into a
steamed bun and,' if customers
.wish, topped with homemade
chili in the tradition of the

Skyline brand Scott enjoyed at
stands in Fort Lauderdale. By
coincidence, the Skyline name
also has additional significance
for the Broads. Skyline was the
name of the drive-in movie the-
ater Dunn operated for several
years outside of town near his
I By the time the Broads opened
their 'doors, glass-bottled Cokes
with 'the 'natural sugar formula,
Orange Crush and other old-
brand :beverages were on the,.
The Broads are keeping their
options open as they head toward
their first month of doing busi-
. They may add charity bingo to
the 'theater room, Scott said.
For now they're trying to hone
their operation as it continues to
The Broads are history buffs,
and say they were delighted to
find a beautiful brick wall that
had been plastered over. They've
exposed it, and the wall is a high-
light of the structure.
The couple also said they're
proud that their east outside wall
is painted with a river-scene
mural by the late artist Vonn
Tipton. He painted it for the city
years ago, and the Broads say
they plan, to keep it safe with
restorative repairs as the need
In an,effort to help the city in
its continuing effort to improve
the, economy, the Broads plan to
let Chattahoochee place some of
its promotional materials in one.
of their large picture windows.
The store sits next to the city's
small public park.
. The "Wooden Nickel is open
Tuesday, Wednesday and
Thursday from 8 a.m. until 6 p.m.
Eastern time; Friday from 8 a.m.
until 9 p.m. Normal Sunday
hours are from 11 a.m. until 3
p.m., but this weekend, the
Sunday hours run from 3 p.m.
until 9 p.m.
It , is located at 408-4.10
Washington Street (U.S.
Highway 90), across from .
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Your Guide To Local Houses Of Worship

For expanded church information, go to and click on Faith & Values

Alford First Assembly of God Church
1782 Tennessee St - P.O. Box 228
S Alford, FL 32420 * 579-5103
Bascom Assembly of God
5516 Hummingbird Rd,
Bascom, FL 32423 * 272-7775
CypressGrove Assembly of God
3250 Cypress Grove Rd,
Grand Ridge, FL 32442 * 592-4451
Cords Of Love Assembly Of God
2060 Bethelehem Rd
Cottondale, FL 32431 * 272-0254
Eastside Assembly of God.Church
4723 Hatton St, Marianna, FL * 526-2422
El Bethel Assembly of God
2503 El Bethel Church Rd,
Grand Ridge, FL 32442 * 593-6044
First Assembly of God
5565 Brown St, braceville, EL 32440 * 263-335
First Assembly of God Church
4186 Lafayette Street, Marianna FL 32446
482-2800 *
First Assembly of God Church of Cottondale
2636 Milton St
Cottondale, FL 32431 * 352-4626
Faith Haven Assembly of God
.7135 Hwy.90, Grand Ridge, FL 32442 * 592-8205
Welcome Assembly of God
6784 Messer Rd
Grand Ridge, FL 32442 592-5077

Alford Baptist Church
1764 Carolina Si - P.O. Box 6.
, ,Alford,FL 32420 * 579,2192
Bethel Star MNissionarY Baptist Church
4134 Lincoln Ave
Marianna. FL 32448 . 482-4866, -
Bethlehem Baptist Church ' -
2300 Bethlehem Rd, K.nesille, FL * 526-3367

Bethel Missionar) Baptist Church
2137 McLeod St. Cipress, FL -592-4108
. Circle Hill Baptist Church
7170 Circle Hill Rd
Sneads. FL 32460 * 592-2327

Damacus Freewill Baptist
3700 K)nesville Rd .
Marianna, FL 32448 * 482-5878
. Dellwood Baptist Church
5512 Blue Springs Rd
Greenwood, FL 32443 * 592-6954
Faith Baptist Church
, 2494 Hwy 71 South. Marianna. FL' 482-2869

,. First Baptist Church Southern Baptist
-987 8th Ave - P.O. Bqx 565
Graceville FL 32440 * 263-3323
. .
SFirst Baptist Church -
*' * 3172 Main St. Cottondale, FL 32431 * 3524!
- First Baptist Mariannia
. 2897 Green St. Marianna. FL 32446 * 526-4
First Baptist Church
8010 Pope Si - P.O. Box 246,
Sneads. FL 32460(* 1851) 593-6999
Crossroads Baptist Church Southern Bapt
3276 Main St, P.O. Box 386
Cottondale Fl. 32431 * 352-2636
SEistside Baptist Churdch
, 4785 Highway 90,
S Marianna, FL * 526-2004.
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'. Ebenezer Missionar) Baptist Church
* 3360 Gardenview Rd,
Cottondale, FL 32431 * 579-4223
" Everlena Missionary Baptist
, 5309 Ellaville Rd
. ' Campbellton,FL 32426 0 263-3900
First Baptist Church of Bascom
4951 Bassnood Rd - P.O. Box 249
Bascom. FL 32423 * 569-2699
First Baptist Church
80J10 Pope St - P.O. Bo.% 246'
SSneads, FL 32460 * 593-6991
" First Baptist Church
* - 5366 Ninth St - P.O. Box 98
S- Malone, Fl 32445 *. 569-2426
-First Freewill Baptist Church
::, Tenth St (Hwy. 71 N) - P.O' Box,385
, . Malone FL 32445 * 334-671-0295
S. " First Freewill Baptist Church
7970 Davis St
Sneads,;FL 32460 * 593;5400
Friendship Baptist Church of Malone,
5507 Friendship Church Rd
� Malone, FI 32445 * 569-2379
Grand Ridge Baptist Church
2093 Porter Ae - P.O. Box 380
Grand Ridge, FL 32442 * 592-4846
Greater Buckhorn Baptist
4691 Hwy 162, Greenwood, FL 32443 * 594-.
-Greenwood Baptist Church
4156 Bryan St - P.O. Box 249
Greenwood, FL 32443 * 594-3883.,
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Hasty Pond Baptist Church
4895. Hasty Pond Rd, Marianna, FL

Little Zion Missionary Baptist Church
.3181 Little Zion Rd - P.O. Box 190
S Sneads, FL 32460.* 592-1614
Lovedale Baptist Church
6595 Lovedale Rd
Bascom, FL 32423 * 592-5415 or 209-7116
Marvin Chapel Free Will Baptist Church
"2041 Hope School Dr
Marianna, FL 32448 * 482-5375

Midway Freewill Baptist Church
1600 Church St. / 6158 Rocky Creek Rd
Marianna, FL 3244, * 592-8999

Mt. Tabor Missionary Baptist Church
3695 Popular Springs Rd
Marianna, FL 32446 * 594-4161
Mount Olive Baptist
6045 Hwy 2, Bascom FL 32423 * 569-5080

New Easter Missionary Baptist Church
' 977 Hope Ave, Graceville, FL 32440 * 263-4184

New Galilee Missionary Baptist Church
2155 Highway 73 South - P.O. Box 234
Marianna, FL 32447 * 482-5499

New Hoskie Missionary Baptist Church
4252 Allen St - P.O. Box 53
Greenwood, FL 32443

New Hope Freewill.Baptist
Sweet Pond Rd, Dellwood, FL,. 592-1234
New Hope Missionary Baptist
3996 Wintergreen Rd
Greenwood, FL 32443 * 592-8802
New Mount Olive Missionary Baptist
S.2870 Barnes St - P.O. Box 312
Marianna, FL 32447 * 482-7595 ,

New Salem Baptist Church
3478 Kynesville Rd
Marianna, FL 32448 * 482-7126

Pleasant Hill Baptist Church
6687 Brushy Pond Rd
..Grand Ridge, FL 32442 * 592-5696

Pilgrim Rest Baptist Church
3924 Woodrest Rd
SCottondale, FL 32431 * 832-0317

Pine Ridge Baptist Church
3064 Pine Ridge Church Rd, Alford, FL 32420
Pleasant Ridge Baptist Church
5481 Pleasant Ridge Rd
Mariana, FL 32446 * 263-8007
. Providence.Baptist Church
6940 Providence Church Rd
Grand Ridge, FL 32442 * 592-5481-


Rocky Creek Baptist Church.
.5458 Rocky Creek Rd
Marianna, FL 32448 * 526-7508

Salem Free Will Baptist
2555 Kynesville Rd
Coitondale. FL 32431 * 579-4194

.: Shads Grove Baptist Church
, ;. - 7304 Birchwood Rd.
ist '. Grand Ridge FL 32442 *592-6952

St. Luke Missionary Baptist Church -
2871 Orange Street
SMarianna, FL 32448 * 482-2591
St. Peier Missionary Baptist
7889 McKeown Mill Rd - P.O. Box 326 1

. "* Trinity Baptist Church
3023 Penn. Ave, Marianna, FL * 482-3705

Union Hill -3115 Union Hill Rd'
Marianna, FL 32446 * 526-5711

' White Pond BaptistChuirch
P.O. Box.458 - MillPond Rd,
Alford, FL �2420 * 352-4715

Victory Baptist Church
* '.. 2271 River Rd'
S Sneads, FL 32460 * 593-6699 .'.,
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St. Anne Catholic Church
S" , 3009 5th St - P.O. Box 1547
* Marianna, FL 32446 * 482-3734
� Caverns Rd. Church of Christ
* 4448 River Rd, Marianna, FL * 482-2605
*' Grand Ridge Church of God
. 2232 Porter Ave
Grand Ridge, FL 32442 * 592-5301 or 592-2814

'5761 Marianna Church of God
T All services interpreted for the hearing impaired.)
M.... . 2791 Jefferson St
::,.. Marianna, FL 32446-* 482-4264
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The New Zion Temple Church of God In Christ
1022 Washidgton Ave * Graceville, FL 32440
St. Luke's Episcopal Church
4362 Lafayette St, Marianna, FL * 482-2431
Christian Center Church
4791 Sheffield Dr - P.O. Box 450
Marianna, EL 32447 * 526-4476 or 526-4475

Country Gospel Community Church
Compass Lake in the Hills .
650 Apalachicola Ave
Alford, FL 32420 * (850) 579-4172

o Resurrection Life
Christian Fellowship International
2933 Madison Street
Marianna, FL * 526-2617

New Beginnings Worship Center
1165 Highway 69, Grand Ridge, PL 32442
592-5791 *

New Beginning Outreach. Mnistries, Inc.
- 2254 Magnolia Dr.
Cottondale, FL 32431 *(850) 352-4733

New Vision Outreach Church .
2958 Milton Ave, Marianna, FL * 526-3170

Evangel Worship Center
1 2645 Pebble Hill Rd,
Marianna, FL 32448 * 526-2232

S New Life Family Church
4208 Lafayette St
Marianna, FL 32446 ; 526-2132

The Bridge Church
2515 Commercial Park Dr
Marianna, FL 32448 * 209-2733

Emmanuel Holiness Church,
1 '2505 Sandridge Church Rd
Sneads, FL 32460.* 593-5167

Hickory Level Community Church
1221 Dipper Rd
Marianna, FL 32448 * .482-4696 or 482-2885
-Sneads Community Church
1948 Desoto Ave - P.O. Box 1349
Sneads, FL 32460 * 593-5650

Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints
3141 College'St,-Marianna, FL 32446 9 482-81
* Ascension:Lutheran' Church
3975 W. Hwy 90, Marianna, FL * 482-4691
Basconi United Methodist Church
4942 Basswood Rd - P.O. Box-67.
Bascom, FL 32423 * 594-5755'

Cypress United Methodist Church
6267 Cemetery Ave
Cypress, FL 32432 * 263-4220

First United Methodist Church
2901 Caledonia St, Marianna, FL * 482-450;

Grace United Methodist
4203 W. Kelson Ave, Marianna, FL * 482-475

Greenwood Chapel AME
5426 Fort Rd, Greenwood. FL 32443 * 594-11

Greenwood Chapel Methodist Episcopal Chui
5426 Fort Rd. Greenwood, FL 32443 * 594-11

. Greenwood United Methodist
4220 Bryan St, Greenwood, FL 32443 * 594-57

Hernshaw Chapel AME Church
. 2370 Glasiel St. P.O. Bo\ 535
Cottondale. FL 32431 * 875-2610

Jerusalem AME Church
2055 Hwy 73-
Marianna, FL 32448 * 482-5085
S , Kynesville United Methodist
. . ,2875.KynesvilleRd
S Marianna, FL32448 * 482-4672

S. McChapel AME (Church
; : i . 4963 Old U.S.Rd
SMarianna, FL * 569-2184

- Shady Grove United Methodist Church
7305 Birchwood Rd
* Grand Ridge, FL 32442 * 592-9277

Sneads First United Methodist Church
8042 Church St - P.O. Box 642
,Sneads, FL 32460 * 593-6481

Friendship Christian Methodist /
.4 Episcopal (CME) Church
5411 Avery Rd - P.O.Box 302
Campbellton, FL 32426 * 263-1111

1st United Methodist Church of Cottondal(
P.O. Box 458, Cottondale, FL 32431 * 352-44

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526-3910 2.526-3456 Downtown * 482-4025

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Salem AME Church
5729 Browntown Rd - P.O. Box 354
Graceville, FL 32440.- 263-3344
Springfield AME Church '
4194 Union Rd, Marianna, FL 32446 * 352-4252
St: James AME Church
2891 Orange St - P.O. Box 806
Marianna, FL 32447 * 526-3440

Snow Hill AME Church
5395 Snow Hill RI - P.O. Box 174
Malone, FL 32445 * 569-5315

Mt. Olive AME Church
2135 Fairview Rd
Marianna, FL 32448 * 482-7917

Bethlehem AME Church
3100 Lovewood Rd - P.O. Box 752
Cottondale, FL 32431 * 352-2111 or 352-4721
Greater St. Luke AME Church
5255 11th'Ave - P.O. Box 176.
Malone, FL 32445 * 569-5188

Apostolic Life Church
4070 Old Cottondale Rd
Marianna, FL * 482-8720

Apostolic Revival Center of Marianna
3001, Hwy 71 N -,P.O. Box 634
Marianna, FL 32446. *482-3162.

Christian Covenant Life Center
2011 Finley Ave.
Grand Ridge, FL 32448 * 592-4737

Shady Grove Pentecostal Holiness
7541 Shady Grove Rd
Grand Ridge, FL 32442 * 592-6203

Sneads Pentecostal Holiness Church
2036 Gloster Ave
Sneads, FL 32460 * 593-4487 or 593-6949

Praise Life Ministries
7360 Hwy 90, P.O. Box 177
Grand-Ridge, FL 32442 * 592-4166

Prayer Temple Church Of Prayer For All People
3341 Plantation Circle
' Marianna, FL 32446 *.482-3343

United Pentecostal Deliverance
S 5255 10th Ave, Malone, FL.32445 * 569-5989

First Presbyterian Church
. Presbyterian Church (USA)
2898 Jefferson St, Marianna, FL 32446
526-2430 *
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Salem Wesleyan Church
2764 Salem Church'Rd, Sneads, FL 32460
593-6679 *
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Church of Jesus Christ of Marianna
2620 Old Airbase Rd
S Marianna, FL 32446 * 482-2995

Emmanuel SDA Church
2 4531 Basswood Rd
Greenwood, FL 32443 * 594-3200

3 . Marianna SDA Church
4878 US Hwy 90
Marianna, FL 32446 * 982-1852
rch 'Love and Restoration Ministries
12 2990 Heritage Rd .
/ , Marianna, FL 32448 * 526-2730

755 Sunrise Worship Center
2957 Hall St, Marianna, FL * 482-8158

Believers Outreach Ministry
S3471,Hwy 90 W
Mariantia, FL 32446 * 352-4926

Rivertown Community Church
(Meets at the new Marianna High School)
3546 Caverns Rd
Marianna, FL 32446 * 482-2477
Faith Cornerstone Church Ministries
. 5460 Collins Chapel Rd
Malone, FL 32445 * 569-5600

Foundation Temple Apostolic Faith Church
3341 Tendell Rd
Cottondale, FL 32431 * 352-3884

Marianna Church of the Nazarene
2987 N Madison St
Marianna, FL 32446 * 482-5787

St Andrews (FC) Church Ministries
978 Hwy 71 S
Marianna, FL 32448 * 569-5600

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Juby 2 -, Friday
* Marianna Church of God, 2791 Jefferson
Street; hosts Youth Activity Night (ages 12-19),
Friday at 6 p.m. Call 482-4264.
* Celebrate Recovery hosts adult and teen
meetings to "overcome hurts, habits 'and
hang-ups in a safe environment" every Friday
at Evangel Worship Center, 2645 Pebble Hill
Road. Dinner at 6 p.m. (free for first-time
guests); meeting at 7 p.m., with praise and live
worship music, testimonies and fellowship.
Child care available. Call 209-7856 or 573-

July 4'- Sunday
* Salem Free Will Baptist, between
Cottondale and , Alford,. observes
Homecoming at 10:30 a.m. with guest singers,.
the Heritage Quartet from Chipley. Lunch fol-
lows in the fellowship hall. Call 579-4194.
* Lovedale Baptist Church Adult Choir pres-
ents the patriotic. musical, "Let Freedom
Reign," during the 11 a.m. worship service at
the church in the Lovedale/Two Egg commu-
nity. Call 592-5415 or 592-6951.
' * The Fourth of July 11 a.m. worship service
at the First Presbyterian Church in Marianna
will include patriotic music for choir and con-
gregation, and the celebration of the
Sacrament of -the .Lord's Supper. Based .on
Galatians 6:7-16, Pastor Huw Christopher's
sermon will be, "Living with the Tension of
being Christians and Americans." Call 526-
2430, or visit

July 9 - Friday
* Salem Free Will Baptist Church,. between
Cottondale and Alford, hosts its monthly Fish
Fry, 6-8 p.m. The menu: Fried catfish, smoked
chicken, baked beans, coleslaw, cheese grits,
dessert, and ice tea, coffee or water. No
charge; donations accepted. 'Proceeds help
area families. Call 579-4194.
* Marianna Church of God, 2791 Jefferson
Street, hosts Youth Activity Night (ages 12-19),
Friday at 6 p.rm. Call 482-4264.
* Celebrate Recovery! hosts adult and teen
meetings to "overcome hurts, habits and,
hang-ups in a safe environment" Fridays at
Evangel Worship Center, 2645 Pebble Hill
,Road. Dinner at 6 p.m. �(free for, first-time
guests); meeting at 7 p.m. Child care avail-
able. Call 209-7856 or 573-1131., .

July 10 - Saturday
* Neysa Wilkins will be in concert at New
Salem Baptist Church on Kynesville Road, at 7

July 11 - Sunday
* The First Presbyterian Churchin Marianna
continues its celebration of its, 175th
Anniversary as former' pastor, the Rev. Dr.
Buran E Phillips and his family return to
Marianna. Phillips pastored the church from
August 1@97 to December 2002. A Chat with
Buran Phillips will be 9:45-10:30 a.m;. in the
sanctuary. At the 11 a.m. service, Phillips will
be the preacher. The service will include
music wri tt e n for the church Anniversary Year
by choir director Larry. Nelson. A luncheon
will follow. Call 526-2430, or visit www.first-,

', July 12 - Monday
* First Baptist of Marianna Vacation Bible
School is July 12-16, 8 a.m. - 12 p.m. (snacks
served). Must have completed Pre-K3 - fifth
grade. Free to the Community. Register online
* New Hope M.B.C. in Greenwood hosts
.revival meetings July 12-16; 6:30 p.m. nightly,
with evangelist the Rev. Rufus Wood Jr., pas-
tor, Love Center Baptist Church and modera-
tor of Progressive Baptist Association,
Panama City.

July 14 -Wednesday
* Shady Grove Baptist Church in Grand
Ridge hosts vacation Bible school July 14-16,
6-8 p.m. nightly featuring the Life Savers
Puppet Ministry for ages 3-11; and a special
youth program with Bible study, volleyball
and activities for ages 12 and up.- Fartily Night
is July 1.6 at 6 p.m.

July 15 - Thursday.
/* Shady Grove Baptist Church in Grand
Ridge hosts vacation Bible school July 14-16,
6-8 p.m. nightly featuring the Life Savers
Puppet Ministry for ages 3-11; and a special
youth program with Bible study, volleyball
and activities for ages 12 and up. Family Night
is July 16 at 6 p.m.
July 16 - Friday
* Shady Grove Baptist Church Vacation
Bible School Family Night starts at 6 p.m.
* Marianna Church'pf God, 2791 Jefferson
Street, hosts Youth Activity Night (ages 12-19),
Friday at 6 p.m. Call 482-4264.
* Celebrate Recovery hosts adult and teen
meetings to "overcome hurts, habits and

hang-ups in a safe environment" Fridays, at
Evangel Worship Center. Dinner at6 p.m. (free
for first-time guests);, meeting at 7 p.m., Child
care available. Call 209-7856, 573-1131.
* New Hope M.B.C. in Greenwood hosts
revival meetings July 12-16, 6:30 p.m. nightly,
with evangelist the Rev. Rufus Wood Jr., pas-
tor, Love Center Baptist Church and modera-
tor of Progressive. Baptist Association,
Panama City.

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The dangers of

'know thyself'
In ancient mytholo-
gy, seekers of wisdom ' "
consulted the Delphic ; '
Oracle, who advised
them all to first "know T'
To this day, thought-
ful men and women
still follow the Oracle's Yount
counsel, devoting a por-
tion of their young lives to "finding"
themselves before they.settle into the
relentless routines of adulthood.
When Shakespeare's Prince Hamlet
reflected on the human condition, he
professed admiration for human
nature. "What a piece of work is a
man!" he exdlaimed, "in action how
like an angel! in apprehension how
like a god!" Then, in his next breath,
the dour Dane revised his. apprecia-
tion: "And yet, to me, what is this
quintessence of dust?"
Charles Darwin devoted a lifetime

to studying the nature of man. In the
concluding lines of "The Descent of
Man," he wrote that "with all his
noble qualities, with sympathy which
feels for the most debased, with
benevolence which extends notonly
to other men but to the humblest liv-
ing creature, with his god-like intel-
lect...Man still bears in his bodily
frame the indelible stamp of his lowly
Just 10 years ago scientists suc-
ceeded in discovering the human
genome, the 3-billion-letter-long code
that promises self-knowledge to
humanity. Each of the 3 billion letters
is a pair of chemical bases that has
accumulated since life appeared on
A billion dollars was spent in the
search for.this blueprint forwhat con-
stitutes the human animal. The cost
was justified in hopes that an analysis
of the genome would reveal strengths
and imperfections in humaiis that will
allow scientists to better, understand.
diseases,and design new drugs. ,
That happy ,promise has yet to be,
fulfilled, but there is another likeli-
hood. According to The Economist
"humanity's foibles will be laid bare.
The genome 'will answer, too, the


Baptist College of Florida atthe

Southern Baptist Convention


In addition to important
deliberations and deci-
sions voted on at the
Southern Baptist
Convention (SBC), The
Baptist College of Florida
(BCF) in Graceville, was
able to reconnect with old
friends and make new
ones from their spot in the
convention exhibit hall 'in
Orlandb June 15-16.
Alumni, friends and
prospective students alike
stopped by the BCF
exhibit booth for free
pens, bags, and informa-
tional thaterials. Each was
greeted by members of
the BCF faculty* staff and
senior administration, as
they shared stories of ear-
lier days.
On Tuesday morning, a
special gathering, was
held in honor of Thomas
A. Kinchen's 20th BCF teamrn members helped'register'students and manned the exhibit booth at the
anniversary as BCF presi- recent Southern Baptist Convention in Orlando. - Contributed photo
dent. The booth was
packed as generations of
alumni and friends . BCF students were invit-
throughout Southern ed to join others .from
Baptist life. wished Baptist' Collegiate
Kinchen congratulations Ministry groups across
and appreciation. the country to assist with
The meeting hall and registration at the con-'
exhibit hall weren't the. 'vention. Over 11,000
only presence BCF had messengers were regis-
at the convention. Nine tered for the SBC.

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BCF President Thomas A. Kinchen shares a laugh with The BCF booth at the recent Southern Baptist
the BGF Eagle in Orlando. -Contributed photo Convention. - Contribuec4 photo

Janet Paschal in
Bonifay July 16

Christian singer/song-
writer, author and radio talk
show host, Janet Paschal,
will be at the Carmel
Assembly of God in
Bonifay on Friday, July 16,
during the Women's
Campmeeting event, which
begins at 7 p.m.
Paschal has more than a
dozen recordings to her
credit, including her latest,
"Treasure." .
Born in Reidsville, N.C.,
Paschal has resumed"her
touring schedule, after a
battle with breast cancer. In
2008, she released her first
book, "Treasures of the
Snow," chronicling her can-
cer fight and stories from
her time in gospel music. '.
The church is located at
1485 Carmel Church Road
in Bonifay. For more infor-
mation, call 850-547-3266. ,*

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age-old question of original sin."
Self-knowledge, after all, is not a
complete blessing. The knowledge of
human strengths and weaknesses
could tempt nations and races to
revive eugenic experiments to favor
the strong over the weak.
"Genomics," The Economist
hopes, "may reveal that humans real-
ly are brothers and sisters under the
skin.... "It may turn out, however,
that some differences both between
and among groups are quite marked.
If those differences are in sensitive
traits like personality or intelligence,
real trouble could ensue."
It may be a blessing that people's
thoughts are private rather than open
to public scrutiny. We ,are happy to
have our bodies scrutinized by physi-
cians, but it 'is reassuring that only
God can read our souls.
The. recent, co-mparison 'of the
human genome with the DNA of
'Neanderthal Man may reveal faults
That explain why our ancient cousin
no longer exists. Then again, that
, knowledge may help Homo sapiens
to survive and prevail.
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6A - Friday, July 2, 2010 * Jackson County Floridan




Billy E. Dean Memorial Scholarship awarded
Sid Michael Hand, center, was.awarded the first Billy E. Dean Memorial Scholarship
on May 29. Sid is the son of Roger and Georgianna Hand of Sneads. He is .con-
gratulated here by Larry Dean, right, and Jessica Dean. - Contributed photo

Chipola Summer IDean's List announced

Dr. Sarah Clemmons,
vice : president of
Instructional and Student
Services at - Chipola
College, commends the 73
students who. made the
Dean's List .for academic
achievement during the
Summer I Semester 2010.
To be plAced on the
"Dean's List, a student must
take 6 or more semester
hours of courses and make
an average of 3.25 (B+) to
4.0 (A) in.all courses.
Students who made per-\
fect, averages of y 4.0
(straight. As) . and their
h hometowns are:
Alford - Michelle
Hewett. '
Altha - Ashton Lee,
Janice Roberts.
: Blountstown - Candace
Kbonce, Joseph Phinney.
Bonifay -' Heather
Bailey, Justin/ Brock,
Morgan Johnsoh, Anna
Parmner, Christopher.Smith.
Chipley \- Nathan
Chauhan, Robert. Davis,
SPhilHlip Draayom, Kristen
Gamey,. Casey Parker,..
Tiffany Stoe, Allen
W illiams. : - " . ' ,, .: :

Friends of


State Parks

elects new1

The Friends of Florida
State Parks Inc. announced
new 'officers and board
members for the 2010-2011
fiscal %ear beginning July 1.
FFSP is the statewide citi-
zen support organization for
the Department of
Environmental Protection's
Florida Park Service.
. "The Friends of Florida,
'State Parks is a rion-profit
support group dedicated to
Enhancing and'.promoting
Florida's. state parks," said.
Florida .. Park Service
Director Mike Bullock.
The unanimously elected
FFSP members include
President Tammy Gustafson,
Orlando; President-elect
Jamie Tacy, - Sarasota; .
Secretary 'Sally Hess,
Dunedin; .Treasurer Phil
Jalwan, Trinity; and board
member Richard Goldman,
St. Augustine, Amy
Rodriguez, Coral Gables,
and Paula Russo, Archer.
For more information and'
a complete list of board
members, or tp join the
FFSP, visit
www.FriendsofFloridaState 'Members enjoy
-a variety of benefits; and
help the state park system
provide quality service and
SCreated in' 1935 by the,
Florida Legislature, the
Florida State Park system
has grown from eight to 160
parks in the last 75 years.
Today, the Florida Park
.Service manages more than
700,000 acres of Florida's
natural environment,
including' 100 miles of
beaches. To learn more
about the 75th anniversary.
and the history of Florida
State Parks, ' visit.

Cottondale - .Jerry
Baker, Zelon Baker,
Elizabeth, t Krauser,
Kimberly Sloan. ::
Graceville - Kacy
Miles, Corey .Reeves,'
Lauren Reeves, Ryan
Grand Ridge - April
Hosford - Zebulon
Marianna ..- Yvette
Asbury, Alexander Briggs,
Denae Dudley, Shelita
Grant, Ashley Lipford,.
Caleb Lovely,, James Tyler,
Bryan; Whitfield, Joseph
Whitfield, II, Jessica
Sneads -' Courtney
Wall, -Jasmine White,
Wausau - Panne Burke.
Westville - James

Out of District -
Lynnsey Prevatt "off
Ashford, Ala., Tykiesha
-O'Neill of Beebe, Ariz.,-
'Joshua Thompson of
Chattahoochee, Avery'Deal
of Cottonwood, Ala., and
Hannah Lovestrand of
Crawfordville. .
Students who earned
grade point averages rang-
ing from 3.25(B+) to 3.99
,(A) and their hometowns
are: .
Alford - Lesley White.
Bascom - Celinda.,
Blountstown , -
Kimberley Taylor.
Bonifay - Arielle
Alexander, Justin Harvard,
Allen . McWaters,
Christopher Steverson.
Campbellton - Zonieceo

Alexander, Cruz Clark.
. Chipley - Allison
Cottondale - Ashley
Graceville - Rebekah
Carnley, Chasity Kersey,
Katherine Pelham,
Shannon Skinner.
, Grand Ridge - Anita
Greenwood - Princess
Marianna - Tiffany
Anderson, Christine
Andreasen, Jordan Burke,
Sherri Godwin, Tamarah
Sneads - Amanda
Out of District -
Lindsey Carr of Laconia,
N.H., Jessica. Brady of
Pansey, Ala. and Amanda
Hines of Quincy.

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Jackson County Floridan * Friday, July 2, 2010" 7A

Community welcomes back Guard company

Kelly Reinhardt keepsa tight hold on the tbddy.bear-she -
brought home for her son during the 144th. welcome
ceremony. -Mark Skinner/Floridan A crowd gathers at the Russ House, eagerly awaited the 144th's arrival. -Mark Skinner/Floridan

' " ~Hom e

Members of the 144th stand in formation
-Mark Skinner/Floridan

during their welcome ceremony Thursday.

Continued From Page lA

all ran toward their loved
Callie Johnson hugged
her husband William
Johnson after he was
e released from formation.
Lilly Bailey ran to kiss her
husband Trent Bailey.
. Travis Glisson held his
seven-month-old.son for the
first time, and hugged him
tightly as they got acquaint-
Kelly Reinhart handed
her three-year-old son a
teddy bear she*bought in
Ireland on her way home
from Iraq. Kelly wiped tears
-from her eyes as she knelt
down to hug him for the
.first time in a year.
. Sgt. Nathan Hambly
proudly held his two daugh-
ters ',- Madison and
Memphis - and kissed his
wife Rebecca as he began to
tear up.
"There isn't anything bet-
ter than this right now,"
Hambly said.
Rebecca. said she was
relieved to see him home.
"I don'twant to let him
* out of my sight," she said.'
"He told me he wanted to
mow. the lawn when he got
home because of all the
rain; I told him I don't know
how he's going to do that
with me and two kids fol-
: lowing.
S"I've waited for this
moment for a long time,"
Rebecca said. "Now that it
is finally here, I think I'm in
Kaitlynn and Courtney Austin cheer as the 144th shock."
arrives at the National Guard Armory Thursday. As soldiers reunited with
-Mark Skinner/Floridan . , families, many grabbed

''Sink Continued From Page 1A

cuss how the campaign was
going, and the push for new
leadership in Florida.
"The campaign is going
.really well," Sink said.
"And I'd like to share that
with my supporters. I also
want to .discuss Florida's
future and how- I plan to
help shape that, should I be
elected." .
Sink said a main topic
Saturday will be her pro-
posed business plan.
"It 'is basically a three-
step plan that focuses on
getting our state through
this recession, and coming
out stronger and more pros-
perous on the other side,"
Sink said.
"We are a small business

state, so I also plan to
ensure the right polices are
in place to help Florida's
small businesses thrive,"
Sink explained the three-
step plan starts with reviv-
ing the economy in the.
short term. .Sink said she
plans to do this by stabiliz-
ing and expanding small
businesses, offering incen-
tives to employers to keep
jobs here," and Spurring
economic sectors that cre-
ate jobs quickly. -
Step two of Sink's plan is
to "remake" "the economy
over the long term, with a
focus on attracting innova-
tive and diverse industries
for the future.
"We can't just rely . on

tourists and state jobs,"
Sink said. "I propose creat-
ing innovative industries
such as solar and renew
able energy, which will
better us in more.ways than
The third step of Sink's
proposed business plan. is
to "reform" government.
J "Our efforts .to revive
and remake Florida's econ-
omy can only succeed if we
reform government, to
ensure that our economic
partners in the private sec-
tor have confidence that we
are capable and dedicated
to helping them succeed,"
she' said.
Sink plans to take ques-
tions from supporters and

Prison Continued From Page 1A

There were no escape attempts during
the incident, Saad reported.
When asked whether the incident could
be termed a riot, Saad replied that would-,
n't be accurate since "typically, a riot
implies that there was inmate violence
being directed at staff, in an effort to over-
throw or thwart the staff's control of the
"Inmates-who riot typically are reacting
to some real or perceived injustice, typi-
cally associated with conditions of con-
finement," Saad continued. "This was not'
the case here, 'as',it was two groups -of
inmates intent on fighting one another."
Saad advised that because the incident is
still under investigation, she could not
release any information as to the possible
cause, other than it was a conflict between
'two groups.
Likewise, *she could not say whether

discuss individual concerns
while in Marianna.
Sink, along With a hand-
ful' of other candidates in
the state governor's race,
have a tough ballot this
year, with nine amend-
ments up for a vote.
Among the nine, a few
have seen constant debate.
Amendment 4 - an ini-
tiative which proposes
voter approval of all
changes to local compre-
hensive land-use plans -
has run into some opposi-
tion in Jackson C6unty,
Various groups have said
it would nearly halt an
already lengthy process of
development. Others have
supported it, saying the
voters should have a say in
the county's future.
Sink said she opposes
Amendment 4. t
"We pleoted thesp nffi-

objects were used by inmates or confiscat- cials for
ed from them. said.. "I dc
As of Thursday afternoon, all inmate added b
movement had been restricted and will these offi
remain so until the investigation is con-
cluded, she said. -
"As. the investigation continues, it is F .e
likely that there will be a number of 7F ire
inmates who are subject to institution dis-
ciplinary procedures, which could result in The fire
a 'Variety of sanctions and may include accidental
transfer to another facility," she said. "It is the depart
too early in the investigation to determine out" elect
if there will be referrals for prosecution." a possible
Saad noted that county emergency med- A stance
ical teams summoned to the prison into the fi:
Wednesday night provided "quick and The apa
effective response," which ensured fire started
inmates got fast transport and ,medical The apart
attention. FCI is a medium-security prison duplex, ai
for men; a satellite facility houses females. the Centr;

a reason," Sink
)n't think we need
barriers keeping
cials from doing

-their jobs. I stand in oppo-
sition of this amendment."
As far as the proposed
redistricting amendments
- 5, 6 and 7- she said her
support was split.
"I support, and' have
always supported fairness
in drawing district bound-
aries," Sink said. "But I
stand . in opposition of
Amendment 7."
Amendment 5 proposes
amending the current prac-
tice of drawing legislative
district boundaries in such
a way that, they establish
"fairness", "are equal in
population as feasible" and
use city and county "geo-
graphical boundaries."
Amendment 6. proposes
the same, but for congres-
sional district boundaries.
Amendment 7,' which
Sink opposes, would .bar
lawmakers from favoring
any political . party or
incumbent when redrawing
legislative and congres-
sional districts.

their lunches and headed
One little girl walking
with her mother asked on
the way to the car, "Where
is daddy going? I want to
spend more time with him."
Her mother replied, "He's
going to get his bag so he
can come home.and spend
days and days and days,
with us."
Event organizers thanked
supporters and community
members for raising more
than $10,000 toward
Thursday's homecoihing
Each soldier was given a
gift bag with more than
$100 in gift certificates and
discounts as a small "thank
you" from the community.
"On behalf of Jackson
County, welcome home,"
Kimbrough told the soldiers
as they left.


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

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is believed to be
, and Sawyer said
tment "can't rule
rical problems as
lard investigation
re continues.
irtment where the
d was destroyed.
ment is part of a
nd a release from
al Panhandle Red

Cross said the other unit
was severely damaged.
The apartment that ,was
damaged had a single occu-
pant. The Red Cross is'
assisting all five victims
with temporary lodging,
clothing and food.
The Grace complex con-
tains about 20 units, and
none of the remainder were

Charles B.
Neff Jr.

Charles B. Neff Jr., 40, of
Bascom died Monday, June
28, 2010, in Dothan, Ala.
A graveside funeral serv-
ice will be at 2:30 p.m. Fri-
day, July 2, at Antioch As-
sembly of God Church


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Tigers fall, get another shot

The Graceville Dixie Majors All-Stars
missed out on their chance to clinch the dis-
trict championship Wednesday evening in
Bonifay, but stayed alive for one more shot.
Bonifay defeated Graceville 5-2 on
Wednesday night, breaking a 2-2 tie with
three runs in the top of the sixth inning.
With a win, the Tigers could have clinched
the district tournament title. Instead, they will
come back tonight to try to beat Bonifay
again after Thursday's scheduled rematch
was rained out.
It was the first loss of the double-elimina-
tion tournament for Graceville, as the Tigers
defeated Bonifay 6-5 in their opening game
on Saturday, before advancing to the title
round with a 15-1 victory over.Vernon on
Graceville only needed to beat Bonifay
once for the title. but the Tigers weren't able
to make the most of their first chance.
"We just didn't hit like we have,"
Graceville coach Terrell NMillet said. "We
were flat with our bats and that hun us."
Bonifay scored the first run of the game in
the top of the first inning. Graceville came
back to take the lead in the bottom of the
third. Jordan Ingels singled,. stole third, and
came home on an RBI double by Brent
Watson for Graceville's first run.
A Bonifay error allowed Watson to score to
give the Tigers the 2-1 edge.
With the game tied in the sixth inning,
Graceeville brought in reliever Brandon
Pippin to replace Watson. ,
Pippin walked two batters, then a pair of
hits sparked the three-run sixth for Bonifayv.
Graceville had one last chance to sta\ alive
in the bottom of the sixth, but the Tigers went
do" n in order to end the game.
"We played real good defense, and even
turned a couple of double plays." miller said
of his team. "'But we just never hit the ball."
Miller said he was confident his team
would perform better heading into Thursday
night's game.
"I think ae stand a good chance." he said.
"We have our two best pitchers available. If
we hit the ball like we did the two games
before, we should be in good' shape."
As top two in district, both teams will'
advance to the state tournament.

A Graceville Dixie Majors All-Star player runs down the first base line during a district
tournament baseball game against Bonifay on Wednesday evening in Bonifay. Graceville
lost the game 5-2, but the Tigers got another shot at winning the district championship on
Thursday night. - Mark Skinner/Floridan

Bulldogs suffer 2-0 road loss to Chipley


The Marianna High Bulldogs
baseball team continued summer
play, Wednesday in Chipley,.
falling to the Tigers in game one
2-0 before game ,two was called
due to weather . ith the Bulldogs
leading 5-3.
In game one, Dustin O'Hearn
got the nod on the mound, and
gave up two runs o0i two walks
and two hits, with one error com-
mitted behind him.
Austin Lombardo closed out
the game, giving up no runs on
no walks or hits.
Marianna's offense struggled
throughout, the game, leaving
.nine runners stranded in five-
innings of play.
In the top of the first inning,
Alex Bigale and Kaidd Golden
drew consecutive two-out walks,
but Brandon Burch went down
swinging to end the inning.,
In the second inning, Mason
Melvin led off with a single, but
was out on a fielder's choice by
Michael. Mader, who stole to
Following a strikeout to
Lombardo, Reid Long took one
for the temn to put runners on the
O'Hearn grounded into a field-
er"s choice that got Long at sec-
ond to end the inning.

In the third inning,, the
Bulldogs again had an opportuni-
ty to score.
With one out, Bigale walked
and Golden was hit to reach base
once again.
Burch sent a grounder to first,.
moving the runners to second and
Melvin took one for the team
to load the bases, but a heads-up
catch by the shortstop on a Mader
fly ball ended the inning.
In the fourth inning, Trenton
'Nobles drew a two-out walk, but
a ground out to third by O'Hearn
ended the inning.
A lead-off walk in the fifth to
Taylor Strauss went for nil when
the next three batters went down
in order to end the game.
SMarianna sent Michael Mader
to the mound two.
Mader was relieved in the first
by Taylor Strauss after giving up
three runs on three walks and one
hit with one strikeout.
Strauss gave up *'io runs on
three walks in an inning and 2/3.
In the first inning, Tristen
Tharpe had a one out single and
moved to second when Kody
Bryan ground out to third.
Reid Long singled to put run-
ners on the corners but a ground
out by Tyler Colson ended the
inning with two left dn base. Marianna's Taylor Strauss hits a pitch during a summer baseball
In the second inning, following game against (the Chipley Tigers on Wednesday in Chipley. -
See BULLDOGS, Page 2B Mark Skinner/Floridan

Free agent

Bosh meets

with Heat
MIAMI - Chris Bosh met
with the Miami Heat in
Chicago on Thursday, each
side gauging the chance of
him joining Dwyane Wade in
South Florida for the next sev-
eral seasons.
"It was good. It was good,
real good," Bosh said
'Thursday evening outside his
agent's office in downtown
Earlier, he had posted on
Twitter, "Pat Riley is very pas-
sionate'about winning."
The Heat has not made any
public comment after any
free-agent sessions, though
there's clearly high mutual
interest. Bosh told The
Associated Press earlier this
week that Miami is one of his
y top choices during, the free-
agent period.
, Bosh met with the Houston
Rockets after the clock struck
midnight in the east on
Thursday, formally opening
the: NBA free-agent window.
He talked to the Rockets in
Dallas, his hometown, then
flew to Chicago for the mid-
afternoon session with the
Heat .contingent led by team
president Pat Riley.
The Heat had talked with
Amare Stoudemire and others
earlier Thursday in Los

Wade meets

Bulls on Day 1
CHICAGO - Dwyane
Wade grew up in Chicago and
still makes his offseason home
The Bulls would like to see
that arrangement become,
more permanent.
Wade and his representa-
tives spent about two hours
with the Bulls on Thursday,
hearing their recruiting sales
pitch as the most awaited free-
agent period in NBA history
- maybe sports history - got
under way in earnest. Wade
talked with the Bulls at the
United Center, where as a kid,
Wade idolized Michael Jordan
and fantasized about follow-
ing him to the NBA.
Details of the meeting were
not immediately known. Wade
did not comment to reporters
as he left the United Center,
rolling down the window on
the black Suburban he was in
simply to give the peace sign
with a smile.
Wade's time' with Chicago
coincided with the New Jersey
Nets' meeting with the megas-
tar of this class,' LeBron
James, ' in Cleveland on
Thursday morning, Both
meetings ended at roughly the
same time, and the Nets' con-
tingent quickly left Cleveland
to fly to Chicago for an after-
noon meeting with Wade.
"So far, so good, very
informative," his agent, Henry
Thomas, said of teams' pitches
so far. Asked if any agree-
ments were in place, he said:
"Way too soon. We're just get-
ting started."

Phil Jackson returning to

the Lakers next season


After just one relaxing
week in Montana, Los
Angeles Lakers coach
Phil Jackson decided he
can handle another season
of the NBA grind.
The two-time defend-
ing champions locked up
their most important free,
agent of the summer
Thursday when Jackson
announced he'll return
next season, putting off
retirement for at least
another year to chase his
12th NBA title.
Jackson said last week
he was worn out and lean-
ing , toward retirement
aftet the Lakers' third
straight long season cul-
minating in the NBA

He changed his mind
after a week of rest and
health evaluation at his
offseason home, signing
up for the unprecedented
chance to win three con-
secutive NBA champi-
onships for the fourth
time in his career.
"Count me in," Jackson
"After a couple weeks
of deliberation, it is time
to get back to the chal-
lenge of putting together a
team that, can defend its
title in the 2010-11 sea-
son. It'll be the last stand
for me, and I hope a grand
Jackson, who will turn
65 later this year, is the
winningest coach in play-
off history and' the 'most
successful coach in NBA
history by almost any

Graceville's Drummond

earns honors at rodeo finals

Graceville's Logan Drummond, 16, compet-
ed in the state finals of the Alabama High
School Rodoe Association in Andalusia,
Ala., and earned first place in saddle bronc
riding. - Contributed Photo


June was a very exciting
month for Graceville's Logan
Drummond, who achieved a
major goal at the Alabama High
School Rodeo Association.
Drummond, 16, competed in
the state finals in Andalusia,
Ala., and earned first place in
saddle bronc riding, and third
place in bullriding.
He took third all around cow-
boy of the year, and was in the.
top 10in roping.
Among winning a saddle and
two buckles, he has now been
recognized and will be compet-
ing July 18-25 in the national
finals held in Gillette, Wyo.,
which will be aired on television.
Logan is the son of Stephanie
Drummond of Graceville and
Chris Drummond of Wausau.
Grandparents are Nan and Jess
Bruner of Graceville, and the

late Mark and Eva Drummond of
A host of aunts, uncles, and
cousins are very excited and
wish Logan the best.
To a special friend in heaven,
James Elenburg, we know you
are watching over him.
In this past year, Logan
Drummond has had opportuni-
ties to travel to Texas, entering
Billy Bobs and winning fist
place, while also winning first
place at the Stockyards.
The second and third of July,
there will be a GBR Rodeo put
on by "God is Faithful
Ministries," in Bonifay at the
Hightower Arena.
A booth will be set up for raf-
fle tickets and donations to help
pay for Logan's expenses for the
trip to Wyoming.
All donations are appreciated.
For more information, you can
call 850-326-2360.



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2B " Friday, July 2, 2010 * Jackson County Floridan

Marketing, the company he
started with boyhood friend
Maverick Carter and two
other longtime pals.
As James exited the cor-
ridor, a papparazzi-like
phalanx of photographers
clicked their cameras
through the building's front
SMoments later,
Prokhorov, whose worth
has been estimated at near-
ly $10 billion, confidently
strolled in alongside J3ay-Z,
one of the Nets' part own-
. Others in New Jersey's
delegation carried luggage
and computer equipment
for a high-tech visual dis- James.
About 90 minutes later,
the Nets packed up and left
town, headed to Chicago
for a meeting with Wade
and forward Chris Bosh. '
"It went well," Nets
coach Avery Johnson said.


flirtatious courtship, media
frenzy and global event
rolled into a package
unprecedented in sports
history. .,
The recruitment of
LeBron James, the NBA's .
two-time reigning MVP
and player for the ages, has
'become an international-
soap opera featuring pri- .
vate jets, closed-door meet-
. ings and rumors that seem-
ingly change by the .sec-
It's battling the World
Cup, Wimbledon and the .
oil spill, for headlines, and
its conclusion may not only
alter the league's balance
or power, but also mean
tens of millions of dollars
more in revenues for the
winning city.
All hall the King. Or at
least make him an offer.
On Thursday, James
became the most celebrated
free agqnt. of our time,
touching off a multimril-
lion-dollar bidding war that
began wi t the New Jersey.
Nets, 'led by billionaire
Russian owner Mikhail
Prokhorov and rap mogul
They were followed by-
the New York Knicks mak-
ing presentations to the 25-
year-old "superstar, who
must decide if it's time to
leave home.
In the next few days, at
least six. teaifis,' including
the .sentimental hometown
favorites, the Cleveland
Cavaliers, will have audi-
ences with James and try to
convince him that . he
should join them to satisfy
his ambition of winning a
championship and becom-
ing a billionaire.
The Nets will try to sell
him Brooklyn - not the
bridge; but their next home.
' The' Knicks will entice
him with basketball's
Mecca, Madison Square
Garden, and the brightest
The Chicago Bulls can

losses by the Indians,
Browns and Cavaliers.
Losing James might top
them all.
"They'll be heartbroken
here if he leaves, but we're
used to it," said Eric Riley,
,a Cleveland native and for-
mer NBA player, who
:stopped on a downtown
sidewalk to watch the com-
motion surrounding the
wooing of northeastern
Ohio's most famous son.
Cleveland also stands to
lose tens of millions of dol-
lars from its jalready-rav-
aged economy by one esti-
mate if James decides to
skip town. .
In larger markets like
New York.or Chicago, he
could bring in hundreds of
millions, of busi-
nesses. .
The scene was -surreal
outside IMG's internation-
al ,headquarters Thursday.
as the initial hours of what

some have called "The
Summer of LeBron" got
under "way. TV camera
crews, * photographers,
reporters and curious
onlookers crowded the
sidewalks of East 9th Street
and St. Clair waiting for
James to arrive.
All that was missing was
the red carpet.
James, whose 10-story-
tall likeness has adorned
the side of a building
across from Quicken Loans
Arena for the past 'few
years,' arrived at 10:58 a.m.
in a white Cadillac SUV.
Wearing a gray Nike T-
shirt, sweat pants and sun-
glasses, he was hardly
dressed for the occasion
and didn't seem fazed by
the magnitude of the
James made a brief stop
in the lobby before heading
in an elevator to Suite 823,
the headquarters of LRMR

offer a talented roster and
the chance. to walk in
Michael Jordan's footsteps.
The Miami Heat are
counting on South Beach, a
favorable income tax cli-
mate and the possibility of
teaming up with fellow free
agent Dwyahe Wade to lure
him from Ohio's snow.
The, Los Angeles
Clippers can offer
Hollywood and the chance
to do the unthinkable:
make them a winner.
And then there's the
Cavs, his team for the past
seven seasons, who can
only hope-that his head
makes his heart stay close.
to his Akron home.
Cleveland can offer
James, who was already a
national figure before he
graduated " from St.
Vincent-St. Mary High
School, $30 million more
than any other team, thanks
to the NBA players' collec-
tive bargaining agreement.
Money, though, is riot all
the 6-foot-8, 260-pound
player wants.
He's after .titles, lots of.
them. .
While, he has led-the
Cavs through their 1i#ost
successful stretch in team
history, James has come Uip
short'in his pursuit of, a
championship' to solidify
his legacy.'! '.
Cleveland 'was bounced
in the second round of the
pla offs this season by the
.Boston.Celtics, who have
won 17 titles.
That's 17 more than the
Cavaliers. -
James" decision, which
isn't 'expected to. be
announced for, at least
another. week, has many
fans in this'city fearing the
worst., '
After all, this is, where
sports heartbreak has taken
up permanent residence.
Ask ' anyone from
Cleveland to recite the
local teams' misery since
the' Browns -won the NFL
title in 1964, and they'll.
roll their eyes before rat-
tling off nicknames given
to the most gut-wrenching


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two strikeouts, Lombardo
singled, but a strikeout
ended the 'inning.
Five runs plated, in the
third inning before the
game was called due to
With one out, Kody
Bryan reached on an error
at short and moved to sec-
ond when Reid Long took
one for the team..
A double by Colson
scored two before Jake
Dariiels reached on a walk.
Michael Lamb .sent a
grounder down to first to
score Colson with
Lombardo taking advantage
of a dropped ball at first to
plate another run.
Trent, Nobles sinrigled'
before the umpires called'
the game.
Marianna is scheduled to
close out.their summer..sea-
son Friday with two squads
at home and two on the road
at Liberty County. '


Nets, Knicks woo LeBron James

Sneads All-Stars
he Sneads AAA All-
Stars will be heading to
the state tournament in
Sebring on July 9.
The team will be using
a variety of fundraising
activities to raise money
for the trip, with the first
taking place Thursday
with a sausage dog sale.
A car wash and other
activities are slated for
Saturday in., Sneads.
Donations . are also
appreciated. For more
info, please call coach
Mike Peel at 592-5467.

Chipola Basketball
Chipola College will
host two individual bas-
ketball camps, the first
from today through
Friday, and the second
from July 21-23, both at
the Milton H. Johnson
Health Center.
The camps will run
from 8:30 a.m. to 12 p.m.
on Wednesdays and
Thursday, and 8:30 a.m.
'to 10 a.m. on Fridays.
Canpers should bring
shoes, shorts, and a bas-

Kids Golf Clinic
The Marianna' .Golf
Association presents the
2010 Florida Caverns
Kids Golf Clinic, which
will be held from July
20-22 at Caverns Golf
Course.The clinic will
run froti 9 a.m. to 11
a.m., daily. 'The first two
days will be instruction,
with the,final day a,tour-
namerit.Cost is $40 per
child (ages 6-14).
Bring clubs, cap and,
sunscreen. Prizes, tro-.
phies, drinks, and .snacks
provided.- .
Call 482-4257 to regis-
ter. Volunteers welcome.

Bobby Pierce ,
Baseball Camp
The Troy University
Dothan Campus- invites
boys and girls ages 6 to
13 to learn more about
baseball fundamentals
from Troy head baseball
coach Bobby Pierce dur-
inrg a one-dayrcamp on
SJuly 22. :
The Troy University
Bobby Pierce Baseball.
Camp will be held at the
Dixie Youth Complex at
West[aie Park in Dothan.
- Coach Pierce," along,
with members of the
Troy coaching staff and
players, will help partici-
pants improve their hit-
ting, fielding and throw-
ing skills. . ,
The'morning session,
designed for .children
ages 6 through 9, will run
from 8 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
The. afternoon session
will take place from 1
p.m. to 4 p.m., and is
open to children ages 10
through 13.
The cost to register is
$25. Campers must pro-
vide proof of medical
insurance.. To sign up,
contact Hannah Hines at
(334) .983-6556, ext. 1-
202 or at
hmhines @ troy.ddu.

Sports Items
Send all sports itemns to
editorial @jcfloridan. co
m, or fax them to 850-
482-4478: . The mailing
address for the paper is
Jackson 'CountyFloridan
P.O. Box 520 Marianna,
FL 32447.

Jackson County Floridan * Friday, July 2, 2010 " 3B

Time to combat summer humidity

fiers in a
and tem-


Blondies Food &, Fuel
Dar-Bee's Quick. Stop
Dollar Tree -
Lake Semninole. Shell
Lakeside Food Mart
M & M Market
Malone IGA

690 wy. 90,,Grand Ridge
6189 Hwy. 90, Cypress
4879 Marianna Plaza, Marianna
7953 Hwy. 90, Sneads
8141 Hwy- 90, Sneads
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Consumer Reports.
Increased demand comes
as tougher environmental
regulations are forcing
manufacturers to build
greener dehumidifiers. CR
tested 17 new models to see
which do the best job of,
drying out basements and
other humid parts of a
Almost half earn CR's
recommendation by com-
bining solid performance
with high efficiency and
lower operating costs. But
some are better than others
for Mother Earth and your
household budget. Here are
the details:
* Dehumidifiers go
green. R-22 refrigerant,
which can damage the
ozone layer, has been
banned in new models as of
this year. The new ozone-
friendly dehumidifiers are
at least as good at removing
humidity as those made
with R-22. The majority
use R-410A refrigerant,
which is also common in
new air conditioners.
Although R-410A is less
damaging to the ozone
layer, it still contributes to
global warming, accordingg
to the Environmental
Protection Agency.
Another 'alternative, R-
134A, has. less impact on.
.global warming, but the
two models from CR's test
that use - it,' Haier's
DM32EJ-L and
Frigidire's LAD254NTL,
scored low in its Ratings.
� Efficiency is relative.
Energy Star ' specifications
vary by capacity, so smaller
.units can cost more to oper-
ate than larger ones" and
still qualify for the Energy
Star.. CR compared energy
usage, based on an average
electricity, cost of;: 11.4'
cents -per kilowatt-hour.
Removing 25 pints of water
using one large unit cost 68
cents, and the cost with a
small unit was almost twice
as much.
Best for large and/or wet
spaces . are . the* GE
ADKW65LN, $260; the
Kenmore Elite 90701,
$300, and the Danby
DDR6009REE, $200, a CR.
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state benefits. More than a
million have already been
cut off. Millions more stand
to lose their benefits later
this month if lawmakers
don't pass an extension.
Claims have remained
stuck above 450,000 since
the beginning of the year.
That has heightened con-
cerns among economists
that jobs remain scarce
even as the economy has
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and/or damp spaces are the
GE ADKW50LN, $210, a
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small and/or occasionally
humid spaces, the GE
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How to choose
A dehumidifier is a pret-
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ment: Chilled coils pull
moisture from the air and
drip it into a tank. Most
models excelled at this
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ences in, accuracy and con-
venience. Here's how to get
the best results:
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with a capacity of 60 to 70
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more quickly and efficient-
ly than one with a capacity
of 25 to 40 pints per day.
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run it on a lower, quieter
setting. Consider a small-
capacity model only if you
need to dehumidify a single
room that's only occasion-
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built-in humidistat and
"cycle on and off to stay as
close as possible to the rel-'
ative humidity level you
set. Some are more accu-
rate than others, so check
CR's Ratings.
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'Frost control prevents
evaporator coils from
freezing, a good thing if
room temperatures could
get chilly. Automatic shut--
off, found on all tested,
models, turns the -unit off
when its bucket is-full; auto
re-start turns the unit back
on! after a power outage.
* - Look for rebates.
Several states and utilities
:.offer $10 to $65 rebates on:
Energy ; Star-qualified
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* Address underlying
problems. If a space has
standing .water or a chronic
musty smell, even the best
dehumidifier won't fix the
issue on its own. You also
need to address the source
of the moisture. That might
involve patching founda-
tion walls, installing a
sump pump, adding bath'
room exhaust fans, or
regrading soil near the
foundation and maintaining
gutters and down spouts to
shunt' rainwater away from
your home.

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Initial claims for unemploy-
ment benefits rose for the
second time in three weeks
last week, signaling that
layoffs are rising.
The Labor Department
said Thursday that new
claims for jobless benefits
Jumped by 13,000 to a sea-
sonally adjusted 472,000.
Analysts expected a small
drop, according to a survey
by Thomson Reuters.
Greater layoffs by con-
struction firms contributed
to the increase, a Labor
Department analyst said, as
home sales and construction
slumped in May after the
expiration of a popular
homebuyer tax credit.
Summer layoffs in many
school districts also added
to the total, he said.
The four-week average,
which smooths fluctuations,
rose by 3,250 to 466,500,
its highest level since
The rise in layoffs comes
as Congress remains at an
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SDear Annie: My wife' of 18 years left me. ness. Right now, she needs.a little space. If she
The day started out like any other. I got dressed contacts you, offer to, go for counseling. If she
for work, gave her a kiss on the lips and told doesn't, ask a relative, mutual friend or co-
Sher, "I loe you. See you later." She said, "Love worker to intercede on your behalf so you can
you, too." When I got home, I, discovered that see whether,the relationship can be mended.
she had taken all; of her things, plus a few of Dear Annie: We are trying to buy our dad a
mine and both of our dogs. She didn't give a birthday present. He has four children, all
reason. She only left a short note saying, "I, adults, but orily one is married.
have to get away. I can't take anymore." , Here is.the dilemma: The gift we have in
She has been;' gone almost a mind will cost $300.' Does each adult pay the
week, and I haven't heard a word. I same amount, or are my married broth-
know'she was a bit depressed after . -- er and his wife considered one?
a co-worker accidentally totaled Please tell us the fairest way 'to split'
her car. We work in' the same ! the costs. - Baffled in California
office and were ' around each Dear Baffled: There is no defini-
other 24/7. We did everything tive rule. In some families, the cost is
together. We had arguments. like split according to employment -
any other married couple, but I those with full-time jobs pay a full
didn't think any of them were serious. ' share, those with part-time jobs pay
The last one was two weeks ago, but we half, and those who are unemployed
made up, and I thought we both had gotten contribute what they can. The best
over it. . way to do this without rancor is to hold a sib-
This would be easier to deal with if I did- ling meeting (include your brother's wife) and
n't still love her with all my heart. I can't sleep teach an agreement about what is fair.
or eat. I wish she would call and talk to me so Annie's Mailbox is written by Kathy Mitchell
we could work this out. If it means going to a and Marcy Sugar; longtime editors of the Ann
marriage counselor, I'll do it. I'll do anything to Landers column. Please e-mail your questions
get her back. Please help. - Depressed and. to, or write to:
SConfused in Colorado . Annie's Mailbox, c/o Creators Syndicate, 5777
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be suffocating -- small problems are magni- 90045. To find out more about Annie's Mailbox
Sfed, and. things that might ,be overlooked and read features by other Creators Syndicate
become intolerable because there, is no' per- writers and cartoonists, visit the Creators
spective. We also suspect you may have been Syndicate Web page at
somewhat. oblivious to your wife's unhappi- ' COPYRIGHT 2010 CREATORS.COM

John Ruskin, an English art critic, social thinker, poet and
artist who died in 1900, said, 'The highest reward.for man's toil
is not what he gets for it, but'what he becomes-by it."
The highest reward for toil at the bridge table can simply be
making a contract. But it might also be worth money, and there is
the chance it will boost one's reputation. You arein three no-
trump. West leads his fourth-highest club. What would you do?
North was right to ignore his'diamond support. With two bal-
anced hands opposite each other and the values for game, bid
,three no-trufnp. Occasionally you will be killed in one of the
suits; but if three no-trump is failing, so also will five of a minor
(almost always). First, count your top tricks. �
You should find six: two spades, two hearts, one diamond and
one club (given-the lead).: And you can get at least three more
from the diamonds. What is the risk?
That the diamond finesse loses and the opponents cash too
magy club tricks. How do you try to keep that from happening?
Call for dummy's high club, the king, at trick one, playing the
honor from the shorter side first. (If dummy had three clubs, it
would be right to play low.) Here, when the king wins, you run the
diamond queen' and must take at least nine tricks. With West on
lead after the diamond finesse loses, your club queen is a sec-
ond stopper. But if you make the mistake,of playing low from the
board at trick one and taking the trick with your queen, when
West gets in, he cashes four club tricks.
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ery you. You are likely to be generat-
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someplace different where you
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34... than they might be at another
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famous people, past and present. Just as friuch' pleasure, and in
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about 5yrs older than make jelly &jams, 594-7525 after 6pm We have small properties perfect for a
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& Caledonia. White ed fenced yard. s:or-
w/slight limp. 850- * . .. . Now open. Jackson 1/1 apt for rent in agshd. $600 + dep.
526-2M68 pets&animals Farms. U Plck Toma. Marlanna. Call for 850 569-2697 CHIPOLA APARTMENTS
toes, & Pepripers.bring details 850-209-8759 .
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eur own uk. y E of Malone. $575 mo
per wk. ,850-592-557$500 dp. r lee Units include emergency call systems and
A happy young (in 850. 569-5940 accessibility features specially designed
our 30's) married pp yon 4/2 house at 2844 for elderly. Rent (including utilityies)
couple seeks to hav F S Pdcfull Calloway St $800 & is base, on income. The apartments are $
timemom and devot- Tomatoes. Peas * 2,2 furn. apt 1800. conveniently located in the heart of
ed dad.Financial Y pe deserves a l- uter Bens. WELCOME HOME Call 850-718 6541 downtown Marianna within walking
paid. Jessica& Pat- for a free pet may draw AP-AR TMN1 home. Graceiile. -es and the post office. winh ciry bus
rick I-888r321-2381 tne from ind iduals850ae931&2BR B ,. Cr,,pl rea service available for all other locationsJ
wowlsulyira ia Shiver's Sheed Peas Rent start at $481 ' chane 94 within ackson County. For more "lo0i da n
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SFREE, Kitten, I,' Opportunity dining rm. lg lvg rm
black/white , litter $375 850, 579-4622,
boxtrained850-482- 209- 1664 5 13 1851
3Appliacs. Beach Rentals 2 & 3 BR MH Cdlale
Free to lotng home, $500&up H20Ogarb!
Carrier heat pump 4 liter trained kittens. Ca rk, 3/3 FullyFurnished sewer Incl. http:/,/
ton 10 years. GC. 850-482- 5880/850-S On Gulf w/2 car qar. www.charloscountry
$1,8006330710-9612 303-9727 l PCB6 334-790-2115 4868/209-8847
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$30 As . . $3 A Shi-os f o'rat a ! DISTRIBUTION CENTER Oak China Cabinet sizes, great deal $ea swing, musical $25 BENCH/padding $45 CHERRY 6X8'xl 4
Jul d&4th' FM $250 Mr $200 l as, l . 62x40x15 $249 850- 850-592-2507 . 850-526-3426 (850)592-2507 PCS $.50 cents ft',
FNetival Bui din794 54 Insured I MARIANNA, FLORIDA 526-3 65 BONSAI POTS- many FRYE CLOGS NICE- Light oak dressing- 92-2507
IHwy 23laS CKD Minature Vehicle.^ i w irCinallllTim 1970's Pine China sizes&shapes,$4EA, Size 8 Womens $40 bench/padding. $45 SAWN LUMBER-
Dotan, laba Snauzers, 7wks old, Toda 800518ll Caabinet 67x38x17 pots only no plant (850)592-2507 850-592-2507 CHERRY 8"x8'xl" 6
IOver 275 Tables* vet ckd, tails docked,- 1 $229 850-526-3365 (850)592-. PCS $.75 cents ft
Sat 9-5 Sun. 10-4 $400/ea.850-209-6648 Forki ft . . , $22. 80 6 (0 Frye)7ogs,.womens- (850)592-2507
S4 $ /e 8006 Forklift Operators 28" hollow cored Booster seat-that at- Fe c, wmes C SUE HAIR (850)592-2507
wooden door $5 teaches to the kitchen 850-592-2507 COLOR NICE $95 SMALL PET CARRIER-
THE JACKSON COUNTY FLORIDAN 2nd and 3rd Shifts s' (850)592-2507 able. $10 850-526 (850)592-2507 Hardsided $15
a 3426 GLASSTOP COFFEE- (850)592-2507
SYard &Estate Sales WILL BE CLOSED MONDAY 2 adult 10 speed b- Bowflex machine TABLE 36x36 $50 Microsuede chair m Round Dining ta
SJULY 5 2010 IN OBSERVANCE Competitive Pay an by seat on back, L sk no 30.850-592 $100 850-592-2507 ble w/4 chairs $75
To V ,t Visited . . ....... . / -ay Ra tD n $25/ea 850-594-9923 kin$3 0.5-5 - GLASSTOP COFFEE- -M " I 850-209-8821/272-
oV Vist UF IN DIP I ENRC DAC .Benefits Package! - $25ea85-594-923 2710 /693-5812W Te L 363 0EE Milwaulkee Porta Bn98SIna
T... INDEPENDENCE- D- 2 c l $1., * -TABLE 36X36 $60 Manwau e Po ras 7129
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Su Apply at Family Dollar ea, entertainment gold, antique-style $135 OB 850-592- SOLID OAK DRESSER-
Baker's Yard Sale: Fri Chipola Nursing Pavilion and .. 'center $20, 32" TV square setting, Sz 7. HUGEDUFFEL BAG- 9227 or 557-2394 5 DRAWERS SET $250
& Sat 5300 Willis Rd., RetIrement Center, Maraa, FL tributlio tt ntr 850-59-6679 $200 OBO 592-2973 BLACK $10 (850)592- NIHTSTAI (850)592-2507
Gw/ Hy 71 & 165, is seeking qualified Individuals to join D Cene 2 genuine fur coats. 1 Canvas Hammock & B " .. DRAWER/SOLID Solid oak dresser- 5
Sour dcmpassionate andr caring team. We, . 3949 Family D r PKW back/tan 1 white Wood Stand from HUGE DUFFLE BAG- WOOD $30 Drawer, tall. $250
, " have the following open position: . $100 each 850-605- Pottery Bar $100 . BLACK $10 (850)592-2507 850-592-2507
To VisiR Visited Reistered Nurses: Full-time 3-11 Must be 1 Years Old 6239 (850)482-5434.1 (850)592-2507 NIHTSTAND- 2-
Monday-Friday and Saylor Weekenis. I - ,' f rD 72 i ,1 --111 SOLID OAK DRESSE1R
If interested, Please apply in person at: Equal Opportunity Employer 32" Magnavox TV $50 Canvas, inflatable Kenmore Dryer $125 DRAWER SOLID 8 DRAWERS SET $250
4294 3rd Ave., Maranna, FL or 850-557-8492 boat cover $15 850- Whirl $100 WOOD $30 (850)592- (850)592-2507
Big Yard Sale: Sat. Angela Edenfield at 850526-3191 4Drug Fbree Workpla5 e3 IV ChrbI r-y5 Ro a r $100 -
Av. arnna FL oDg 3' Ivory Christmas 592-2507 Ro $1
7/3 7-? 5969 Coast Tree, old. $5 Ceramic Tile- 640 6X6 85 482-3267 Older chest of draw- Solid Oak Dresser
Guard Rd. Malones, 850-592-2507 & 8X8 ceramic tile Kitchen table r wbowd front wt mirror $250 850-
$40 (850)482-8310 brown wood. 2 sweater solid wood $55 85
women +sz clothes, U U1� III I 42" round wood table 526-36r , SLDOKE
Shhod teAms & otsof C O U N T Y w/edastal leg. $20 Clothes girls infant - $60850592-2507 E
m'sc. __ * .lWl W l I 850-352-3329 18 mo. 25 !$.ea. Orchid & Clay flower TABLE- 18x28x22 tall
850-482-6545 Large bird cage ots $2-3 each 850 $30 (850)592-2507
To Visit Vi FLORIDAN CLASSIFIEDSlt Blue Kitchen 850-526-3426 LD OKEND
F1 592-2973 $40/ea 850-352-4739 Large CANVAS inflat- FLOWER POTS, pots TALL $30(850)592-
. .' boat cover $15 only with no plant, 2507
Sat. 9am * lgon INDEPENDANCE DAY DEADLINES $ a NaC d able$2/,2 (850)592-2507 $2-3 (850)592-2507
3669 Vero Way, Lots 2507 850-593-6679 LARGE WORK TABLE- Pegboard display HDBD- w/mattresses
of fabric, craffs & DIrAV in7/ng ' table w/4 GARAGE $10 rack w/4 sides $35 frame set $400
uilting ntems o nlye 0/0 AS6T small Lamp2s hag & Cna Cabl- (850)592-2507 . 850-526-3426 (850)592-2507
. tynew Der adline is THURSDAY 07/01 @ 2 PM ' EAs$10 (850)592 2507 net 250 850-209- Large work table - PENN SENATOR Solid oak King head-
To ... , .. ... Beer sign, Anheuser 8821/272-7129 solid / garage $10 SPECIAL- ROD&REEL board with mirror,
S VtSUNDAY / Busch,new in box, Draftig machine 850-592-250 4/0 113H NEW $120 mattresses. $400
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SDeadline is FRIDAY 07/02 12:00 PM 9227 or 557-294 $60 80-592-2507 LawnTrac Queen sz seigh TOILET SEAT RISOR-
MultiFamly Sale: Boat Buildinbg& boat Extension Rack, hook needs cleaning $100 headboard: lite Handicapped $10
* re t ree TUESDAY 07/06 - Fiction Books $3 up to bmper for lug- (850)482-8310 . wood, $30 50-526- (850)592-2507
wood. Grills, fish fry- e8 -.. . . .... .0)5922507gage, etc $85 850- Lg bag of womans 342 TV 60" Hitachi Digital
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more .*. i P building books $3-5 Living room Chair size XL $30 850-593- hardwood random Good Picture Excel
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Compass Lake in hills
+ ac.. 3 2.2 car gar..
:935 sf.. $155K. 850-

Can-Am '08, bought
In '09. 260 hrs. like
new. XT pkg w,'Warn
wench. & upgraded
tires & wheels. Pd
$8500 asking $6200.
Under warranty till
2012 850-933-
Kawasaki KX80 Dirt
Bike. tuned, really
fast. Good Cond..
$1150. 334-389-2816
Suzuki '08 Quad 400
4Wheeler w./several
extras. $3500 850


15' '91 Tri-Hull
w/55HP Suzuki mo-
tor. 2/T Stick steer -.
ing, 50# foot trolling
motor. Pedistal
seats, galv. trailer
. '334-798-9803
1978 Quachita 16'
1990 40HP Evinrude
outboard, galvanized
trailer, trolling
motor, depth finder,
VHF radio, Exc. Cond.
$2500. firm
Call 334-406-3825

2711 sq.ft.+/ $2300. Call 464-8514
cuIt. built 3,2.5
granite, hrdwd. I

. . 1994 Chaparral 225 P
,'= ...p.. SLC Sport.Volvo i
,L "tJ.[ .. iPenta II, bimini. galv i
W trailer, Stored inside. $
310.950. Call i
1334) 393-2581
100 HEADLAND 2000 Bayliner Trophy
2352FV, 25' class 2,
SCraftsman 5L Mercruiser, Escort
SCraftsian trailer, depth finder
Design 2.' and GPS. All mainte-
* Approx 2850 nance up to date, in
* Sq/ftBA great shape and
* SBRuiBA ready to take out
SBuil: in 2009 now $17,00.
* Energyefficient 17 5 00
* Lennox Two 2002 Gp 1200R & 1998
Zone system -. XL760 plus trailer,
* 6.1 acres both Yamaha, good
.* Slate & tile. cond., $5500. Call
* Hardwoodflrs. 334-347-6023
* Granite ' or 334-447-1914'
counter 2008 Fisher1754,
*Formal dining 4hpmercury, 4-
* 2 car garage stroke, mtr guide,
* 2 stall barn trolling mtr, Hum-
* Trey ceiling mingbird 565, TAC, M
in master bilge.pump, live well,
S18ft ceiling 334-79870010 .
in living area 2' Arriva w/200HP
* $355,999 v Merc. Walkthrough -
Call 334 , w/s. 25hrs. on mtr.w/
Call 334 596-7763 extras. Cust. covers.
$6K 334-693-3330.
Grimes - Canterbury 9r Crest l8ft.Pon-
3/1.5 Ranch, Brick, toon 00'Johnson'
All Elect, Stove, Heat 70hp 00'Trailer, looks
Pump. New 'Blinds. good run. greit
Carpet Floor, Bths & 6ru500. 33 gre714-5860
Ktchn.ri Pant. I Car
garage. Cble, Far. Bass Cat 20'9" 200 -
CA. fence. $52.500 HP Mercury Optimax.
built in 1979: Matching tandem
JoAnn!.'C21KeyRealt trailer. GPS. etc. (334)791 3010 $8500 OBO (Day)650-
Home hr Sale, 638-1338
Lease Option i

Recently Foreclosed,
Special Financing
Available, Any Credit.
Any Income Mobile
Home 38D, 2BTH.
1200SqFt.. located Bayimer6 185
.at. 6098 Phoenx Rd., Purch. new nr '07
Bascom. $35,900. %6. 190HP inboard
Visit engne.sports seating
www.roselarndco.c.o ent. swi' platform. -
m, 836.8, Drive by then less .than' 60 hrs. on
call (866) 249-0680. engine $14.800 OBO
Seal estate Cobia Center console
omme lfor sale 18' 6" w/90hp Honda
commercial for sale | 4 stroke &. gaai.

Property VSale

Wewahitchka, Dead-
lakes 3, Ac.No Flood-
ing. Rv hkups, Sever-
al bldgs. Deepwater
channel. Beautiful!
GREAT Income Poten
.or bid. home Res'
Cc.m. $550.000(6501
639-6760.345 S Bass
busnifairpoint net

manufactured homes

Homes for Sale

3/2, 2000 Champion
Cressidge Redman
15x 76. Fireplace.
$14.500. Call 5 9pm
3/2 mfd in Slocomb.
%, several Ig. trees.
cement block found
nation, huge covered
porches front & back.
New carpet &
adding, ceramic
tile. cabinets, apple &
high efl. A.' C possible
owner fin. w/ down
payment. Mac
Reeves 706-741-0856

SMobileHomes J

28X60 Doublewide
3+2 $15.900 You
Move. 16X80 3+2.
14X70 3+2, New
16X80 3+2 $35.900
Call Brad

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trailer. $4200
Cobra 1991 14' Tri-
hul stick steering w,
40hp Mariner motor.
Depth finder, electric
anchors trolling mer
tor. Custom DMI
Trailer. $3.500. 334-
693 0307 or 334 798-
Correct Craft 1973,
14'. live well. new
top. 35hp. runs great'
garage kept. $1750
CROWNLINE '07. 210
Bownrider w'wake
board tower. 350mag
300hp. like new.
$28.000. 334-470-8454
DYNA TRAK 15 ft.
fiberglass boat
* 'trailer $700
Fisher '01 Hawk 18'
Class 2. with 15
Mercury outboard
motor with trailer, 2
fish finders, trolling
motor. access ladder.
Bemini. AM/FM ra
dio. on board charge,
cover, very well kept
inder shelter.
$14.000. 334-685-7319
Fisher '06 Crappie
Special. Has Mercury
60 motor. 21.1
hrs finder. 2
live wells w/ trailer
Glass Stream 00' Hy-
dra Bass 1500, 110
Evinrude. 2-fish find-
ers. tilt & trim, 2-live
wells, great cond.
$4500. OBO 334-685-

Speaker tower. FM/
AM CD player. Exc.
Cond. Trailer has
brakes. $28.900
ProCraft 95' 20 ft.
Tournament Bass
Boat 95 lohnson 115
T&T drive on trailer
loaded $4.800. 334-

Sailboat 76-Catalirr,
30'. 2 cyl. yarmar die-
sel eng.. Very low hrs
less than 250. Roller
furling, bimin. head.
micro. Iridge. Good
condo. Docked ' Snug
Harbor slip B-6. 334-
673-0330. RFDuCED

Seacraft,"89 20ft
Center Console, boat,
motor & trailer, 95
225HP Johnson Mtr,
Dual Axle Tr. w/
brakes,wh., runs
well. very clean.
Great cond. $5.900.
334 791-4891.
Columbia. AL

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Seado RXP '(,. Jet .
ski. 60 hrs. very
clean, life jacket &
cvser $5500 850

States '99 273 2008 5th wheel. Key-
ntimidator. 17ti biss stone Laredo RL29.
lor.rison I15HP. call Mike 1334)791-
$6500. 334-596 1694 0318. $24.500 Cibo.
like new. I slide
26 Ft Keystone Travel
Trailer. sleeps 8. Dbtl.
in front & twin Dunks
in back. ACDC gas
Frg.. AC gas heater.,
Full loaded $6995.
Cal 334.790-5628
or 334828.1325
?;g .a.. . *5th Wheel. '06 36 ft.
Sugar Sand - 2006. 18 Muriteco Bay,
ft. Mirage SAFE. NO 4 slid-s.
PROP, LOW MAINTE Ask.rig $38.500.
lANCE.,Seats 8. e. 334 655-1100

Supra '90 TS6M
comnp, ski,/ wake third.
great shaoe. 520 Mrs.
16700 OBO 334-796.
3424. REDUCED!

Triton '06 TS17
w/75 Mercury
Optimax. mr.. warr
until 3-27-12
Low hrs. Gar kept.
REDUCED $1".400

VikingAirbioat 14 h.
model w, a 300HP
Lycomb engine w.
trailer. $15.000. 334.

Watkins '7927 ft.
10' beam. 3'8"draft.
3500 ballace. 8HP
Yanmor. $8.500. 334-

Carriage Camec '05
32t1. 3-siide.'2-AC.
5.5 K Generator.
loaded. no smoRe. no
pets, Evc. Cond.
$32.500. 334-714-4001
Coachman 04' Catai
rna lite 29h. 7fit. pow.
er slide out. 18ft.
awning. e'c. cond.
18.200. 334 691-4211
or 334 701-7832

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Wellcraft ;8 23 it.
Center courisel. 229
Jothn".,ri .butcbard.
$4500 in electronics.
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" f CLASSIFIEDS Jackson County Floridan * Friday, July 2, 2010-7 B

Campers/Travel Watersports utomobiles Automobiles Motorcycles Motorcycles Sort Utility Vehicl ruck e asin/Rent Trucks-Heavy Duty) ( Leg N.tHj.
JET Hond 1962 C102 specified nature as
'er, approx 11 hrs . i5.3E- Toyota 07Priu. m es Back white, tract required by the
tras, K mi. Refi flow -. Black. 53k E. Cond, mileless warranty, Like new. Black & white, agency, with services un-
wsorWesarranty $70 GPS, backup camOera, GodCond., electric tract being for a
i--- 1800 s g h seats ar e 0iodw00.iBh $o
334-798-3352 JBL ou d. tint great start 3 speed, (500 fixed term or with no
v 1 6gD5 m iCT ge. rans- 34 C leAn4 time limitation ex-

ConqutpalHONDA '98 Valkyrie Eaglew/Cummings Good $1800 OBO terninationm clause.

ee 0 los of ex- bored 60 overnew Call 334-470-3292 11 custom 108 miles low miles, runs great 1999 Blazer Looks lift cap., good 334-9-r folo-
Dtrasc 11K m NRefi flow master exhaust Toyota'07 Yarisless warranty, ike new . asking $6,500 0 BO, 334-Wan : ing info rmavics
nance 334l C98-446 system platinumKine than 40 k m iles, un- obo702-478 334-69 3-5454 d3000. Good- i der continuing con-3A-

w/superslide. Per. $5,000 Headland Chryther'95 Sebring, vertible 48Kmi. 6 yr. 334-805-0810good sportman4- 1. A letter of interest
_e ydert wa (ug d r wr eanty.$9000
cond.850-209-705 u m rear v6850 334-803- (334) 441-5580 p r, AC, nw 100K mi. bumper to Harey Davidson 1992 wheeler.e
85i29 5 806.9706 - mirrors. vance BO ontracotsewillhb

3397 or 334-701-0421 ,| ||||ine, great condition bumper warr., new Sporster 1200 custom 3287- 2004.eep Grand & u'nv 2500 sa terk for which the
Ca- Se er hines pipes $6500. 1999 Blazer Tracker CHRYSLER '06Town contracts awill

334-588-0201 or cond.$5,500. OBO Motor by BPM, 2 Edition Metallic a . cy turbodiesel,4wd (Mechancal/Electricwo
792.rrv [48 6 4x4. silver, grey cloth Exc. condo. 51K, seats year period 'with op-
55915 7 2 31-85 b h s interior. New paint, aerc,oncession Trailpow er$9 D e 99 150 onal bi-annua
Kawasaki 05'KX65 d I ac, powerr$9500e50 V- neweals for period
S4 .MVolkswagen Bonster graphics proGood condition, cold neg. , 334-688-5154 Magnum 0 i ewal 2 Proof of profesio
iDutchmn 40 Harley Davidson'8 circuit pipe V, force air .stereo with ipod3D n liability
DTravel Traler' JEEP 1949 CJZA U ltra Classic Scream reeds super fast jack. $3000 OBO. Chrysler '95Voyager, A/, A/C,P/steering

Travel T trailer , '0 6 500,34....-. 2 AuF"toma ic Vd aLto s- 8 re er s ept. $ 0 334 -397 4684 matI on Form whichio
38B-DSL, Sleeps 8, R D E. ONY Chev S Corte Toyot amary iiEagle An;versa solute min cond. 334-886-3154, 6 ato, seat crews $3500B years Ths renewal
r4a.Ved334-87-8O2 mS O i les 5.2h.. 2e. J334-798 9131 power, am/f cass 334-691-2987344 may be exercised
SSlideouts Loaded SWAMPER BOGGER red auto, mirrored automaticac very r.Eo Very low mles $975. 334-797-94 ne tce
Like new. 20,500. ON ALUM RIMS. tops, 52K mi. new good condition, 164K 9000334685-0380 Kawasa es,'06 KLR $1975 85592- interested firms
HUNT'N OR MUd tires, calipers, brakes miles $3,800, OBO Harley Davidson 1986650, newtires & 2832 should furnish five
36ft.48,lsdocks.GarVolw34 on14i2n17iHarleynDavidson12f00,Grewt'Nesa& -2832FInteormsateio s
334-406-4555 BOG. Like New cond- & shocks.Garag 334-714-2117 _ LTC w/ side car. brakes, great condi- copies of the follow-
Dutchmen '97 2P tion, GREEN exterior kept $14500. Toota C e. cond. $10,500. tion, 5k miles. $3500 o
Dutchmen3'97 -27. Toyota a 407 Wand.0 B r0motV Fedig unf tiono

Mallard5th 30f. fully 334-563 Volvo 1070 iHard- . csh ba , r 1650850- 258J.1638 Autom.tic.4cyl., r greatblue, $21,500,f334-687-4686 Proposals will be re-
5th Wheel $ Classic BLACK interior, 334- 596-'26 Solara V-6sort con- OBO 3314-794-2665 r OBONortrade i fore A b50i3 3Di
w/superslde. Perf. a no to Headland Chryslenr 9Sebringe vertibe348K i. 6yr. 334-805-0810 good sporsman . A , 23 Jeffer

8, 2$ft85thw8l 334 (334)45580 C ser957 SebrigHm v Slsare 10048nn.edilion. Leave Message econd bu mi r 334-6850846 sorSlreetMaranna
scondre @$8 4-8 334)0 2441-50 E er, AC, new en- 100K mi. bumper to Harley Davidson 1992 60wheeler. s al 850-592-2 whh i ent f th
33937 or 334-701 021 ine, great condition . bumper5warr new Sporster1200. custom 3287 2004g JeepGrandr D 9 00RM work for which enth
-- 2100.334-405-3130- tires $15,000. Firm mid 50's K/KH exc. Kawasaki '09 KXF250 Cherokee, Spec quad cabshort bed, ODm i a yi
334-588-0201 or cond.$5,500. OBO Motorby BPM, 2 EditionMetalliccyturbo el, 4wd (Mechanical/Electric
0 a575-921m595 794-2665 34-8u5- brothers perform- Beige. Leather C sion Trailr 70 $2 .5003. a o/Plumbing , SEngi-
turing serieVolkswagen '06 Bee- 0810 ancpipe. Very fast Power pt950957770 Store 2765
tie auto, diesel, 42K Harley Davkson bike orthe mt- n, Ford '01 F-350 De 2. Proof of professor,

enert ores eis pD dswIexrm st n Mro CHEVROt 2D7rv n � C ewch A at 9i00
SToyota 4WD'95 R5 mites, 40MPG, load- 1995, 1200 Sportster, cros72sing extr6 st (36-37 117Trl Motor Drntion. 3 u e d lt personal proebty-
Allergo 4'3t.Ato2 Exc oand. Ve relia - ed.$16,000.334-897- 8000mi., exc. cond. 633 5 2.'04 mily SUV computer in.n500i. eb w n. Un

satlte ant.electric PWRS/B windows - 256-282-6752 screaming eagle oman Jackets Loaded$300 Down Looks newdives it h be open for viewing-
sleeplg jacds, K . ble aehice . Green C 2497or334-672-1655 yellow. $3.500. 334- I miles, new tires n . ak eei, ut tt of sal
mi.$16,000 OBO radedsound stem Motorcycles forward controls, 2 334 3551 Hatcher334-791-8243 Grey ineora/c,
stove, Ba er 6500 33to67 tor1-116 Automaticus 68-psengr set 8722798-2928ith /fm, CD, XM 7K Units:
Frig, gas grill. 9 or 33.701-25 (Silver) sell as is ext$1820. 33 '87 Bronco criiSep P, P'000 4 3-46 6 ConsForm hi

Class C, sleeps 6 room. a00.Fo4-wh4100. 3c34 790-7959 shield. 2 seats pipes. Harley Davidson *95 Condition $4500 r nal 2etr6 #26 Terry Lee
Screen room. NADA OBO $18200. 30 34Trucks-Heavy Duty 'Low ecan be'obtained at
3$13,500.4-0493915 000.Ford Crown Vic' E.33-67-6714 the address shown
Automobiles ria LX. loaded. 55K Dags, spre se below, or through
334-7OD18-685 193-74-19! 2006 Jeep Wrangler electronic mail by re-
PrweX.5hw Kawasaki '93 Vulcan white less than 20 quest
Prowler . 5th wh. 750 15K Miles Runs miles, like new, must 4. Any otherinforma-
36ft, 4 slides. large o Harley0dson Great New Seat Coy- see $15,00. F tio which will assist
shower, 30/50AMP.' SC Hrle y Davidson 2l e 1800 Call 334-393 6 2259 0
r A .eeeine S . 5 1200Srorster, 5.400 er $1 L800 718-6833ortl T3rac, Lmited, the School Board in
l495,ng33-6877862 1291C-l w'indsniel C05, 0m. 85 ue, loaded. 27.000 miles r PKG no rust, 56K s, Blue
M iard06 3Ot. 962 M2sC pe oVolvo '08 C70 Hard- badt. crash bar, $1650 850IS - 258638 Automatic. cyl.. 'runs great, blue, $21500, 334-687-4686 Proposalswill be r-
self containedsuper Tl Convertible. 5 adult operated $6500.s 3 . O
9,0d0t0on. 334- Tota Time: Engineu Re Ka. O 04- r A 4 5rwasaki 091 Exelle r V-10.700. V9950t OBOCall
6slie $,000 . o Airrame 1949 Package. ight blue. 334-3900220 R a 0 6 . 2 334-75-0084 FORD7F1 Super vedin the Office
OBO 334-898-1201 C 09 Dodge m & running cond. HARLEY Nina Like New 25R 306 -4-790-7 334475-0084 cab, 4E N 4dr, 156K of the Director of Fin-
S- ino CERT. Excellent. OagHARLEY DAVIDSON wrV lacket 3.500. mi. Chevy O" Tahoe Chevrolet '03 010 miles fullyloaded. cilities, Mr.g t
Sare yPalanino trouble-free7 flying. challenger Garage 34. 791-2338 2003. 1200 Sportster 3.995. 334-69232LI 162K mi. Fully loaded, Ext. cab, 3 or.. 4cyl. pearl white. $16,900.. Wiggins, 2903 Jeffer-
'0, G f heel 334-347-5480 - ' Fat VW 05' Sasa red t anni. edition. Leave Message c,& condo blue. 40K mi es. red runs 334-6850846 sor Street; Marianna,
camper,3 slide: _ l indr chrFomae whoels;6 Beetle B Lotsoichrom Florida 32446 (phone
manyetra , l vertble a $7.500 334.701-3974 Suzuki 07' GSXR 600 leather int. $9000 good$50 FORD '07 F250 Super a 850-482-1200) no
sacrifice @$t29k 850-s eed manual. A cn be at i ke new. 3550 mi. 334 79491 35. 334-718-5252 8 Cw Cb e tha 2:00
5 4 aa Ca tch1ner, sIg Leather 55.K mi. n uiHarley n 8.. includeCl all3 -0i e 3 3 pd
593-5675 ord 50006limited E a boat. 12,90 $13.700. 334-671-1519 FXR Supergde. Cu- riding gear OBO 3 .. . time on July 22, 2
sa e e t K m to buy a in par4nmoles, mta_, Likeo.of2an- CH0.000d op1osd4d6
3otKsme xc. wdes-dr. N conditions u icnchFOD0rur t2door, Like eraituom e. $9500 850 334-714-4029I1 8606, 334.695-0688 LF15031
rMotor seHocmes/RVs. atcer55iditeionK Bm: e chrome. c9500 850-
cond. $13,995. 334- exterior, Charco in- 260. 1666 ' 07 FORD '07 F 350po , 5.9 L i
03 Gulreaultra 6996779 terior,ABS,al/c K Puic Auction/Sale
0tourinseriesaclass , , rm, am/fm, buck H300 -en5a Ts t miles. $29.,500 334 at Southside. p Self
Mtoringo 1 ca mCroRLATE. kt- 1959220SMercedes . . . C a. C695-7769,695-7770 Storage 2765 Jeffer-
Cotorhomeisa ME t seeing, CD, Resore or use for hevy '05 Tahoe. FORD -87 F350 Buck sonSt..Marianna FL
Slide ah Cad85HP c power trim cruise, drivrfairbag, parts. 49,100 mi, leather,00 OBO cod. 0 32 date i

Loaded! Incl. car ham D'elegance $17.900 850 814-0155 334-806-1322 850-263-7388 G Cummings/Onan CHEVY *87 S-10 $ick- L 0egalAds |4nai s8t1 $os e
generdol , leal Collectors rarefine pa ngr arbag, L 251-708 V ar gene022rator 703 rs. Up, New Clutch, New Truck one man, July 17. 2010, at 9:00
rn toFs ole s 0 ears&water umr PS,PWw; $32,200r s v ry netr.er72 d rrenueron
000M2BoRerht new White85057. 94L94p Duramas. 'Allison All the units contain

Cal 334-393 9315 x1,C500251599-5127 (334)635-7831 Buick Sklard uioGS Re ye n-e. g9, C H7 EROET2007 rawPUBLAC.NOTICEftreteran S
Allero 94' 34 ft. Auto chalk brown miles. 9.,0. Red, 16K miles,g. Nice Family SUV commuter miles within. Units will not

tl an.33467772 4200Mi.$5,9000BO Asking $2,695., Custom itorcNcle ysUNotice is hereby giv-ti wI no
satlte ant electric P S/Bwindows, r 3 F 52 0 7' screaming eagle an Ja s Loadedr$300 Down s ,ives be open for viewi

R-VS0N' il Mercedes *73 450 SL I rsen1y2 HONDA .06Shadow, r r r CHV ' 9 TWmnktstads has nd300eDdow n Lookne
in acs, 5K an auo, A, u intake an pipes, Hlmts a $300 mo. Call Steve " new. Black exterior, until tart of ale

i334-616s6508K wts mi e 1153 Leave ms p 4-4 k newer d 2 Ht avail; FARM TRACTOR 229-296-817143 Grey interior, a/ c hanicallectrica at 2898 Green ,
ml. $16,000 B0 graded so und6 sytem,6 . Motorcycles forward controls, 2 Extra. 334-414-3551 am/fm CD; XM
334-301-3772 car dover - top stor- Dodge '99 Stratus. -passenger seat wiEh a '09 R- ls552nis1
Coachda 1998 age ack.clear, well Autom atic. 4 cyl back rest. $4000 Ford '87 Bronco cruise, PL, PWI i
Motor home 30' maintained w, . re- loaded. only e.000 04 Sport33ter 883 e334 9-8265 2-door Dark Ble. tow pkg.a$29000ition
ClasswithC, sleeps 6 cor. 14.200. 33 miles. Excellent! LowMi. Bas, in- Rus good. Goseat, $5400 .d (334)348-9635ivorce ending. Gandy 4 row4 Auto, $4,900 or Vinctn he Plan-
Ex$58,500 334-3-3397 85 0-84167959 shariey Davidson03 pipes . Harley Davidson3343936382 Must Sell 7,290 cide applicator ServicesCondition $4500e MaryA.Dudley
.s veryc LT, Maroon wih gray 0 exc. cond. $5500 0 BO Lowr cer 36K ml. 334-792-1208 348520, 229-296- #26 Terry Lee
$31,000 334-4-9663 t l Ford 4 i Crss n Vic, 63334-585753962 Exc.cond. Saddle 1
06 TravelTrailersfr Automobiles ria LX. loaded. 55K gs, spare se GMC '00 Jimml e. S r ltys-
Conscord Coachman o rSale miles, drives like Ha y D$5500 334u984-2044 great co d., $4200
05 Motor Home. 23' . u dream. $870e 321 0n 850-526-24790
S ng 2700mi, Take 2 63 2280 22 kh 24 ask for TomW '
over payments.850- 02 Mits ubihi eclipse 23166 ask for TomLeu abr
593-5103y ler., oret green. - 08 MS il 334798-2337 auto.334CHEVROLET693-3980 NOTICE OF
GT convertible. 78K, ver & BAlac S ,K Isuzu 97' Rode PUBLIC MEETING79 C-6
Dutichman '07,28' $7000B Call Y334( Y miles. cellent con- crimson redw/gray, g umpotr ck 20K mi.,r
travel trailer. Kings 34-76023 or 34714-2700 4 les, s -$0. 334-68- . windshield, b. a c ts o new es To ,

dreout/Bnd ht Chevy& 08 Impala, PontBac G6 GT 07' lowered, Vanceoo& dtS m d -y. services to the agen-otice is hereby giv-
iprivate t,34 KENE11 G ide FXDWG. Black. bbags. $4,000 FIRM. 7019292 45$2 334-701-93 45T000 miles - en of a Public Meet-
oair, ri3 83ebath, exc Like new. customs. Dolittle2007l 44 ke New,hh $5600. tin todiscuss the re-
condition sleep 5-6. 6600 mi. 12.900. 4- Springer l (334)58 334-790-7959 habitation of a
no smoke/nopets, 1 Ford '65 T-Bird, auto, - al JEEP 1987 Wrangler tion of the City of
owner used a year 11 1 578 1482 jeff,. $15,999. Call CSI Auto e4x, ac, ps, ac, atM
half. $17,900. O u5 Bi-color VW Bee- 3904bb, li terul 334-671-7720 or new eng;netrans! watrian Wst-
2997 Sping CreekRd, tie. Like new, low2 ing. 69K mles, $6.95 3o0tt e irear, hard top.9trn a e two
Brinson, GA miles, newtires XM, Ob'334 '17-5051 199 DFaByony - 80.,'79282.$500. purposes f the hear-
8 $10500. Call 334-685- garage8 0k.nar6821et
813-245-1298 " $10500. Call 334-685- 33 o7-505 9. cne Jeep '88 Wrangler Chevy 00' Blazer,- ing. The first purpose
FleetgnoodJBdrCl - o.c5 W lift white, runs good. is -to review and
3-sid loaded CH&All 05 Monte Carlo S,334-447-1914602 or Auto. 6 cyl. 2.5" lift. over 200k miles GMC '05 SERA, adopt the Planning
V6dr. aut05 Monte Cardlo S, 334-7-91 New Tires &
3-sld, w e t, a must '92 Goldwing. 60ku$5500 $2,200. OBO 334-691- 2500HD, 139K miles, ond purpose is to dis-
gas, 5,900 mi. $look greell! O miles, red, exc. paint , Sa 334-726-2186 2987 or 334-798-1768 black,44wdor.SLT0opck- Cuss financing of the
gas, 5,900 m348 - $0k s& $10.500 0J0 r0 1nged, Exc. ae4do.200Tpaintisiin
334-898-1201 Ca1t334-475-0084 & running cond. Harley Sportster 06' Ym aage.0 4r 4. V-Starwilain-
S $KMonoco FoA'89 Mustang 5.0 $7000850-445-2915 Orange S1200RVane 6 miles. Fully loaded- 4WD, new top, tintedue informing the
Knigt06, 2004 Blue RXS. GT Rus Great $1800 leave message & Hines Short Shots, w/LED's and Vance & windows, sraye users of the waste-
Save $25K or more. 4 doors moon roof O80334-798-1768 or braided lines, 8,900 Hines exhaust. $5800 bedlineir $5,000334- water system the
Dieselslides, 4300 custo'rims, new 334-6912987 ml9$7,2 00. 78 334079091a 355-0694 Cit o Mari
mi,;many upgrades,. - tires, 55k miles, great m$,07 -8037H334-790-'"910118, 55069400033ot
$159,700. 850-866- C on d., w wonderful car, H ond a '07 o dyssey. ' 8H V ' 2 K0 pra ti e o f t hey puter -sted
2774 - , ,asking $11,000Ca Vah. owner Load- Lexus'08 GX47050K V-8 4X4, 266K miles parties of the pu
Phaeton, 07'40ft. 4 Rachel or Jay ed Ex. Cond. NADA g Mi. Good Cond. Load- fully loaded, rebuilt posescopcost and
slide-outs, 15K mi. 334-393-9959 24K. Asking $20900 ed 3rd Row Seat, Nav trans., $7.500 OBO method of financing
350C d eDothan 321-482Ai268 Ae Iron Horse - -System$36,000 334:687-3207 GMC 05Sierra the proposed r ject
350 CAT diesel, -'066 Texas Cho 229-254-007725HD 60K Mi and to address con-
-Allison6Esp. 7.5 diesel aguar p02 X-Type e
gen. 4 dr. frigw/ 4 DR Low Miles, eb grhics, 124c Honda ' GL , Nissan 06 Pathfinder Z71, Exl. Cond., 53K, 4 Lots of extras ect with the City's
icemaker, W/D in Nice Car, $500 Down w;&,r iy custom, - GW,RoadsmthTrike, Yamaha '05 Vmax ,new 69ktf, lodetd, do3C0 to u o.334.798.3578, ComprehensivePlan.
motion satel tedish; hS&S fullc, b oade d,, do.5C. 2D'6k-58,' black tonneau cover
m na t h 300 mo. Call Steve zed garage show , Kit.1color silver, 30th lanniv. editionIn Condew 5.ew t$res,$ 0,300. 33 proe o e
rear & side cameras, Hatcher334-791-8243 bike.7950K, MustSee Any. Ed. CB, Extras, . flame red, excel Cn.. . wrs.s$14, e e
H euro recat ner k miles, sale price 4 Lexus 06 GS300 load- $30,500.334 445-0366 38K mL$27,500. cond., 6K mi., 1198cc Call 334-685-1634 Ca te 3p j nti o
Leather e ci ,mi ale prIce Auto334-793-0177 o. ,' or 334-886-9834 Chevy 72'Fleetsideh
'desk, King bed,C ed, all power, sun- irt Bike 07o Honda & incl. s r,factory307lsstormwater and
Brake-Bddy for tow 12 0 roof. air& heated CRF;O Esc.llent - guard. cover & trickle TOYOTA'06 Four oig mles Body groundwater enter-
car. Garage stored: o 334-71142700 seats v$970.chg34 RunnerycSR5,len Cndto4$1.270Bh0 r.$5.800.wd, raugh.200. . i. n the collection
Many$other options. M $23.4000. 334-596-8769 334-798-2331 333-5854 or email 59,700 miles, white, 334-792-5578 GMC ' crew system through
, $160,000. BMW'05. 325 Sedan. Lincoln '07 MKZ. excellent cpnd. Sierra cracked and deterlo-
334-797-3617. Blue w,'tan leather, Lignoln 0 MK'$17,900.3Chevy 72' P/U sm. V- cab 4 ddor loaded all rated gravity collec-
' REDUCED * no paint work. teor leather -eatvd 1200. new tires, 2 icond 55Kmi. asking sta t wr e
MonocoLaPalma 2 airbags. 37k mi. N- Honda '06 CTX 1300 .Nelmentx. cobra Trailers-Tra~torsI j-ough. $1972. 080. payoff $19,500. 334- 1955.
s 1Cadillac '91 Broug- DA $21.175 sell for CruiserLik0Ne qucond.. 15K.p$6,800ex334-792-5578 -.763-0146,
Loaded! Incl. car ham D'elegance $17.900 850i814-0155 334-806-1322 850-263-73688 - . Cummings/Onan CHEVY'87'S-10Pick-g'i t hespro ject
furnishings (dishes , dil3K mile'., driven .e-i " 93A M25 0 8 V-gtd r 85KW 400amp, auto Motor, New Tires, lorida
,towels, etc.) $60Ks daily. absolutely FATOY93 250. Burgundy, 'witch runs 4 poultry $2,500SOBO runs - - State Revolving Fund
S334-790-3480. perfect. $5500. OBO ; 28K actual miles, Low miles! Like new! house 515.000. 080 good 334-68-'3447 ,Loan and Grant com-
850-535-9672 or customizedd out of Asking $2.695.. 4-40X400 poultry bpnation. The loan
850-260-2625 Easy Rider, all 334-693-5454 house of Lublng nip--portionofwe epe rom
308 GTS Mera, exhaust system. Honda '06 CTX 1300 250. Burgundy. 0978 or 334-795-6101 PUBLIC NOTICE thedgaterand Sewerf
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