Jackson County Floridan

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Jackson County Floridan
Sunday paper issued from <1979-1985> as:
Sunday Floridan
Portion of title:
Jackson County Floridan
Place of Publication:
Marianna, Fla
Chipola Pub. Co.
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Daily (except Saturday and Monday)[<1979-1995>]
Weekly[ FORMER 1934-<1955>]
normalized irregular


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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
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One by one, their names were
called and black balloons represent-
ing each fallen officer were released
into the sky. As the balloons rose
high above the crowd, their shadows
still touched the grass, symbolic of
the love and legend each officer left
It was a somber moment at the sev-
enth annual Law Enforcement
Appreciation Day outside the
Jackson County Sheriff's Office on
Tuesday, where living officers .were
celebrated for their work and lost
officers where honored.
Sheriff John McDaniel, flowered
wreath in hand, made his last walk to
the fallen officer memorial in front of
the sheriff's office that he has served
for more than a quarter of a century.
It would be the last time McDaniel
would perform the wreath ceremony.
at the appreciation day as sheriff,
leaving his post to run in the election
for House of Representatives,
District 5.
, As bagpipes streamed out
"Amazing Grace," McDaniel stoicly
gazed at the stone fixture that memo-
rialized those who died in the line of
duty, including one of his deputies,
and his wife.
On the other side of the memorial,
a row of empty chairs held seven
black balloons.
The first balloon was released in
honor of deputy sheriff John Ivey,
who died in 1921.
According to JCSO records, the
30-year-old Ivey went to a moon-
shine whisky raid and was shot dur-
ing that raid by a man named
Talmage Schuller. He left behind a
wife and one son who was 3 years
The next balloon was for deputy
sheriff Dave Hamm, who died in
1934. Hamm and his sheriff were en

up the fallen

Quinton Hollis with the Jackson County Sheriff's Department releases bal-
loons representing slain members of the county's law en.-orYemert com-
munity. - Mark Skinner / Floridan

route to deliver three convicted bank
robbers to the Washington County

Jail, according to JCSO records.
While en route, one of the bank

robbers pulled a gun and started
shooting in the vehicle.
One of the bank robbers, Robert
McKinney, and Deputy Hamm both
died of gunshot wounds in the
Washington County Hospital.
The next balloon to rise was for the
third Jackson County officer to fall.
Deputy sheriff William D. Thomas
died in 1940. According to JCSO
records, he was on routine patrol
when he was advised of a drunken
driver on Highway 231. Deputy
Thomas spotted the suspect vehicle
and gave chase. He lost control of his
vehicle at a high rate of speed and
wrecked, and died as a result of his
injuries, according to JCSO records.
Balloons four and five were for
deputies Allen Heldon Finch and
Aaron Lee Creel, who were both
killed in 1963.
JCSO records say that in the early
morning hours of the July 4, 1963,
three convicted inmates in the
Jackson County Jail set fire to their
cotton mattresses, in an attempt to
According to the records, "The
jailer called the local fire department
and the inmates were taken out of
their cells. The inmates were over-
come by the toxic fumes of the burn-
ing mattresses, but revived in the
street in front of the jail.
The inmates were taken to Jackson
Hospital for treatment. Deputies
Creel and Finch were to guard the
prisoners. One inmate, Weaver
expressed a need to go to the bath-
room. The deputies escorted him to
the bathroom. Inmate Weaver (being
a big man) jumped one of the
deputies and managed to get his gun.
Inmate Weaver shot and killed both
deputies. They both died as a result
of their wounds'that morning."
Creel was married and had four
children. Finch was married and had
See FALLEN, Page 7A >

Officers honored for service

Four officers were recog-
nized for excellence in the
line of duty at the seventh
annual Law Enforcement
Appreciation Day event
outside the Jackson County
Sheriff's Office Tuesday.
The Marianna Police
Department's Sgt. Michael
Mears, Sneads Police
Officer Brett Preston and
Jackson County Sheriff's
Cpl. Sean Hill were all
named officers of the year.
C Marianna Police Officer
Cheree' Edwards and
Jackson County Sheriff's
Deputy Jerry Basford were
recognized as rookie offi-

cers of the year.
The honorees were
described as polite, profes-
sional, hard working and
They were presented
with plaques and certifi-
cates for their work.
JCSO Maj. John Dennis
was also honored as the
advisor to Crime Stoppers,
and presented with a cer-

From left, Cheree'
Edwards, Michael Mears,
Brett Preston, Sean Hill,
and Jerry Basford. -
Mark Skinner / Floridan

Wesley Jonathan Williams may
go to trial this October for the
murder of Danielle Baker and
her three sons. - Mark Skinner
/ Floridan

Williams may

go to trial in

October for

Baker murders
Quadruple murder suspect
Wesley Jonathan Williams may go
to trial this October. He is charged
with shooting former girlfriend
Danielle Baker to death and suffo-
cating their two sons and a third
child, the infant son Baker had
with another man.
In a status hearing on the case
Tuesday, Circuit Judge. Bill
Wright scheduled Williams for
trial in the week of Oct. 6.
Baker and the children were
found dead in their dwelling at
Old . Cottondale Village
Apartments on the morning of
March 17, 2005.
Baker's body was found near
the kitchen of the apartment, and
the boys' bodies were in the bath-
tub, bound with duct tape.
The oldest, 3-year-old Amhaad,
and 1-year-old Amarion were
Williams' children. Six-week-old
Aaron was fathered by another
man, authorities have said.
The bodies were found after
Baker failed to answer several
knocks on the door that morning.
The apartment manager opened
the door with a pass key and
found Baker's only daughter, two-
year-old Ashanti, alive and appar-
ently unharmed inside. On seeing
Baker's body, the manager called
authorities and responders found
the bodies of the children in the
other room.
Williams is currently serving a
five-year term behind bars in Gulf
County on an unrelated convic-
His lawyer, public defender
Walter Smith, asked Tuesday that
Williams be transferred to the
Jackson County jail to await his
See WILLIAMS, Page 7A >

Pickup truck, semi collide on U.S. 90

Traffic was delayed and a helicopter was
landed outside the Darbee's gas station on
U.S. Highway 90 near Cypress Tuesday after a
pickup truck collided head-on with a semi
Kenneth Davis of Grand Ridge, who was
identified as the driver of the pickup truck,
escaped with only minor injuries, according to
Florida Highway Patrol Officer Jason French.
He was air-lifted from the scene to
Tallahassee Memorial Hospital, said French.
According to French, several complaints
had been called in to authorities on the truck
Davis was driving as it went through
Marianna and left the city on U.S. 90.
French said that the semi, driven by Dannie
Rudd of Grand Ridge, was about to make a left
turn from U.S. 90 onto Church Street when he
apparently observed Davis' truck cross over
the solid yellow line.
Rudd apparently stopped.prematurely as a
precaution, said French, but the front of the
pickup truck still collided with the front of the
semi truck at about 55 miles per hour.
Rudd was not injured.
French said alcohol was not a factor in the

One person suffered minor injuries in a two vehicle collisions in
Cypress Tuesday. - Mark Skinner / Floridan

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Favorite things

Arts association's annual 'road

show' yields interesting treasures
Members and friends of the Chipola Regional Arts Association
turned in a treasure trove of their favorite things Tuesday at the organi-,
zation's annual 'road show' meeting.
Bob Imel shared two items, one from his own childhood and one
from his cousin's.
Imel brought in a little brown pair of baby shoes he'd worn in 1930,
and said they'd been used by at least three generations in his family.
Imel also brought a child's handmade tool box and tools that had
belonged to his cousin.
The box, with dovetail joints and copper hinges, had been made for
his cousin when he was a little boy. The cousin, now deceased, would
be about 100 years old today if he were still living, Imel said. The com-
mercial-grade but child-sized tools inside it apparently made a real
impression his cousin; he grew up to be an engineer with more than a
passing interest in shovels, saws, mallets and hammers.
Childhood memories were also on the mind of Jo-Ann Anderson,
who brought in the Easter dresses that her grandmother had crocheted
See FAVORITE, Page 7A >

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7:32 PM
9:23 PM
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May May
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June June
3 10

The Marianna Police
Department listed the follow-
ing incidents for May
19, the latest available -
report: Two traffic --"
accidents, one suspi- aZ
cious .vehicle, one "CR
highway obstruction, 'CR
two disturbances, four
burglar alarms, two lar-
ceny complaints, one trespass-
ing complaint, two fights in
progress reported, one animal
complaint, one gas skip, two
public service calls, one
threat, one warrant served, and
five traffic stops.

The Jackson County
Sheriff's Office listed the fol-
lowing incidents for May 19,
the latest available report:
Three alarms, eight traffic
stops, two burglaries, one civil
dispute, one criminal registra-
tion, one criminal mischief
complaint, three disturbances,
one drug investigation initiat-
ed, one drunk driver, three lar-
ceny complaints, one noise
complaint, six suspicious inci-
dents, one threat, 12 traffic


stops, two transports, three
warrant arrests, three reckless
drivers, and one 911 hang-up.

ME The following per-
vit L sons were booked into
the county jail during
the latest available
reporting periods:
- Jeffery Wheelus, 36, 2939
Wynn St., Marianna, violation
of state probation.
- Mark Richter, 31, 3881
Highway 273, Graceville,
trespassing after warning. -
- Ayesha Curry, 31, 3070
Carters Mill Road, Marianna,
public affray.
- Jessie Spradley, 82, 4294
3rd Ave., Marianna, hold for
- Doneisha Robinson, 21,
714 East 8th St., Panama City,
public affray.


To report a crime, call
CrimeStoppers at 526-5000.
To report a wildlife viola-
tion, call 1-888-404-FWCC

Do you have 'Cute Kids'?

E-mail your 'Cute Kids*' photos to,
mail them to P.O. Box 520, Marianna, FL 32447 or bring
them by our offices at 4403 Constitution Lane in Marianna.
*12 years or under, with Jackson County ties. Include child's full
name, parents' name(s) and city of residence. This is a free service.
All entries subject to editing.

Getting It Right!

The Jackson County Floridan strives to make sure content
in the newspaper is accurate and factual. When the Floridan
learns that it has made an error, it is our policy to correct the
mistake promptly. To report an error, please call the news-
room at 526-3614 Monday-Friday.


May 21 - Wednesday
* The Southeastern Community
Blood Center's mobile unit will be
accepting blood donations at Chipola
Nursing Pavilion, from 10 a.m. to 1
p.m. Call 526-4403.
* The F.M. p3olson Elementary
School Advisory Council meets at
5:30 p.m., in the curriculum office.
Call 482-9607.
* The Jackson Hospital Board of
Trustees' board meeting is at 5:30
p.m., in the Community Room of the
Hudnall Building.

May 22 - Thursday
* The Jackson County Library
Board meets at 3 p.m., in the Jackson
County Public Library's Marianna
* Jackson County Senior Citizens,
2931 Optimist Dr., Marianna, hosts
the CVS Pharmacy presentation,
"Understanding High Blood
Pressure," at 10:30 a.m.
* Office Hours with Congressman
Allan Boyd's Staff: 9:30 to 11:30
a.m., County C9mmission Board
Room, across the street from the
courthouse in Marianna; and 1 to
2:30 p.m., Graceville City Hall
Commission Room, Graceville.
* The Town of Grand Ridge's
Public Workshop begins at 5:30 p.m.,
Planning and Zoning meeting at 6'
p.m., and the special council meeting
at 6:30 p.m., all in the Town Hall. The
purpose of the meetings is to review
and discuss a minor development
order submitted for the grain bin
operation on Singletary .Street, Grand
Ridge. Call 592-4621.
* Current sixth grade Cottondale
Middle School students may obtain
their required 2008/2009 seventh
grade immunizations on campus

today. "Authorization to immunize"
forms sent, home May 19 must be
returned to the school by May 20 for
a child to receive vaccinations on
May 22. Call Guidance at'482-9821
or Julie McKinney at 526-2412, ext.

May 23 - Friday
* To spur donations during the busy
Memorial Day season, Southeast
Community Blood Center will serve
Blue Bell ice cream from 9 a.m. to 6
p.m., at the Marianna branch, 2503
Commercial Park Drive. Call 526-

May 24 - Saturday
* The Jackson County Farmers'
Market is open Tuesdays, Thursdays
and Saturdays, from 6:30 a.m. until
all. fresh produce is sold out. This
state certified farmers' market
accepts the FMNP/WIC and Elder
Affairs coupons.
* The City of Jacob will have a spe-
cial meeting / workshop at 8 a.m., in
City Hall.

May 27 - Tuesday
* The Riverside Elementary School
Advisory Council meets at 4 p.m., in
the conference room. Call 482-9611,
ext. 250.
* The Southeastern Community
Blood Center's mobile unit will be
accepting blood donations at FCI,
Marianna, from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Call

May 28 - Wednesday
* The Southeastern Community
Blood Center's mobile unit will be
accepting blood donations at
Sunland, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Call

May 30 - Friday
* The Southeastern Community
. Blood Center's mobile unit will be
accepting blood donations at Calhoun
CI, Blountstown, from 9 a.m. to 2
p.m. Call 526-4403.

May 31 - Saturday
* The Jackson County Farmers'
Market is open Tuesdays, Thursdays
and Saturdays, from 6:30 a.m. until
all fresh produce is sold out. This
state certified farmers' market
accepts the FMNP/WIC and Elder
Affairs coupons.

June 1 - Sunday
* Today is the discount deadline for
the Miss Freedom Pageant (p.k.a.
Miss Firecracker Pageant); entries
accepted at the door. Contact Vernon
City Hall for an application, (850)

June 4 - Wednesday
* The Southeastern Community
Blood Center's mobile unit will be
accepting blood donations at
Northwest Florida Community
Hospital, Chipley, from 10 a.m. to 3
p.m. Call 526-4403.

June 5 - Thursday
* The Southeastern Community
Blood Center's mobile unit will be
accepting blood donations at
Washington Correction Correctional
Institution, Chipley, from 12:30 p.m.
to 4 p.m. Call 526-4403.

June 6 - Friday
* The Southeastern Community
Blood, Center's mobile unit will be
accepting blood donations at Wal-
Mart in Chipley, from 10 a.m. to 3:30
p.m. Call 526-4403.

The submission deadline for this calendar is two days before publication. Submit to: Community Calendar, Jackson County Floridan, P 0.
Box 520, Marianna, FL 32447, e-mail, fax (850) 482-4478 or bring items to 4403 Constitution Lane in Marianna.


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Subscription Rates: Home delivery: one month $9.95; three
months, $29.85; six months $59.70; one year, $119.40. All
prices Include applicable state and local taxes. Mall sub-
scriptions are payable in advance. By mail, three months,
$38.70, six months, $77.40, one year, $154.80.

The advertiser agrees that tie publisher shall not be liable for
damages arising out of errors and advertisements beyond the
amount paid for the space actually occupied by that portion of
the advertisements in which the error occurred, whether such
error is due to the negligence of the publisher's employees or
otherwise, and there shall be not liability for non-insertion of
any advertisement beyond the amount paid for such advertise-
ment. This newspaper will not knowingly accept or publish
illegal material of any kind. Advertising which expresses
preference based on legally protected personal characteris-
tics Is not acceptable.
The Jackson County Floridan welcomes the opinions of our
readers on any public Issue. All letters must bear the
writer's signature and be printed or typed with name, full
address and telephone' number for verification purposes.
Only the writer's name and city will be published. The
Floridan-reserves the right to edit or not publish any letter.

The Jackson County Floridan will publish news of general inter-
est free of charge. Submit your news or Community Calendar
events via e-mail,; fax, (850) 482-
4478; mail, Editorial Department, P.O. Box 520, Marianna, FL
32446; or hand delivery, 4403 Constitution Lane, Marianna.
Fees may apply for wedding, engagement, anniversary and
birth announcements. Forms are available at the Floridan
offices. Photographs must be of good quality and suitable for
print. The Floridan reserves the right to edit all submissions.
The Jackson County Floridan (USPS 271-840) Is published
Tuesday through Friday and Sunday, mornings. Periodical
postage paid at Marianna, Fla.
Send address changes to Jackson County Floridan, P.O. Box
520 Marianna, FL 32447

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Jackson County Floridan * Wednesday, May 21, 2008 " 3A




Covenant Hospice of
Marianna held its Annual
Volunteer Appreciation
Banquet at the Florida Caverns
State Park. The event rallied
over 100 volunteers that sup-
port the patients of the
Marianna Branch of Covenant
Hospice. "Inspire by Example"
was the foundation of this
year's banquet.
Bernice Wheeler received the
Covenant Hospice Volunteer of
the Year Award. Words that
describe Wheeler are loyal, car-
ing, giving and inspirational.
She gave over 300 hours of her
time and drove almost 3,000
miles in 2007. Wheeler serves
as an Administrative Volunteer,
Patient / Family Support
Volunteer and an 11th Hour
Volunteer. She helps with the
monthly newsletter, inputs vol-
unteer hours and eagerly
accepts patient, assignments.
One example of Wheeler's
dedication is staying with a
patient from 5 p.m. until'1:30
a.m. The patient did not die
alone. She has been there for a
patient in their "1lth Hour"
nine times. She serves patients
in three counties, in longterm
care facilities or at home.
Josephine Taylor was award-
ed the Covenant Hospice
Inspire by Example Award. She
gives her time and effort to
Covenant Hospice patients at
home or in longterm care facil-



. . . _

From left: Director of Volunteer Services Sandy Huster, Director of Branch Operations in
Marianna Peggy Moore, Volunteer of the Year Bernice Wheeler and Volunteer Services
Manager Donna Meldon. - Contributed photo

ities. As she serves Covenant
Hospice patients, Taylor faces a
life-limiting illness as well. She
has inspired others to carry on
her mission to love. Taylor was
treated to a day of pampering
and relaxation on the day of the
banquet. Partenza Salon and
Spa, along with Diamond's Full
Service Salon, donated time
and talent to help make the day
special for Taylor. Then her
chariot waited for her outside
- a white stretch limo to carry
her to the banquet. A fairy tale
day for a deserving woman.
Volunteer Services Manager
Donna Meldon recognized the
Covenant Hospice "Rookies"
as well - Stevie Smith of
Greenwood was awarded the
Covenant Hospice
Administrative Rookie Award;
Lumen Rushing of
Blountstown was awarded the
Covenant Hospice Ambassador
Rookie Award; and Lori Brooks
of Blountstown was awarded
the Covenant Hospice Patient
and Family Support Rookie
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summer programs

Students enrolled in a
Jackson County school, Pre-K
through fifth grades, during
the 2007-2008 school year are
eligible to attend the "Are You
Smarter Than Your Parents?"
Summer Enrichment Program
(SEP) at F.M. Golson
Elementary School in
Marianna. The program's time
of operation is set for Monday
through Friday, 7 a.m. to 5:30
p.m., June 9 to July 25.
Breakfast and lunch will be
provided free. Parents are
responsible for transportation
to and from the program.
Week 1 - June 9-13 -
Field trip: Fun Zone in
Dothan, Ala., June 12. This
includes: Jump Shot, skating,
soft play, bumper cars, rock
wall climbing, spinning chair,
pizza and a drink. Parents
may send extra money for
extra tokens for all ages and
laser tag for second, third,
fourth and fifth grades only,
$4 extra. Cost: $15.
Week 2 - June 16-20 -
Field trip: Sea Dragon Pirate
Cruise in Panama City Beach,
June 18. After the cruise,
iCi's Pizza buffet. Cost: $17.
Week 3 - June 23-27 -
SEP students will perform

downtown at Dale Rabon
Guthrie's 4th of July cookout,
around 10 a.m., Friday, June
27. Dress in red, white and
blue. Cost: None.
Week 4 - June 30-July 3
- Field trip: Kindel Lanes
in Marianna, July 3, for a
day of bowling with shoe
rental, maze, carpet golf,
rock wall, pizza and a drink.
Cost: $16.
Week 5 - July 7-11 -
Field trip: "I Can Grow" farm
in Cottondale, July 9. SEP
students will visit the farm,
learn about produce and how
it is harvested, see a working
animal farm and picnic on the
farm. Cost: $5.
Week 6 - July 14-18 -
Field trip: Ripley's Believe It
Or Not! in Panama City
Beach, July 17. Lunch will be
at Zaxby's for a "Big Meal
Snack." Cost: $16.
Week 7 - July 21-25 -
Field trip: Gulf World,
Panama City Beach, July 23.
Lunch will be pizza and
drinks. Cost: $12.
Water Days at "Are You
Smarter Than Your
Parents?" - Every Tuesday
will be water days at the
SEP, with a trip to Blue
Springs. Cost for these seven
days: $20, due the first week

of SEP. This is a one time,
non-refundable fee. k
Movie Day at "Are Yu
Smarter Than Your Parents-"
- Each week SEP students
will walk to the Marianna
movie theater for a free sum-
mer movie. Children may
bring $2 each week to spend
at the concession stand. The
day and name of the movie
will be sent home the first
Pick up a permission slip
from the office and have it
notarized, so the child can
take part in field trips.
There is a one-time $30
(non-refundable) registration
fee that will hold a place for
the summer and help pay for
supplies, buses and gas for
field trips. Cost for each week
is $80 per child, due on
Monday of each week.
Each day will include two
breaks; parents can send a
snack or children can pur-
chase a snack from the
"Golson Snack Shack." There
will be a variety of goodies
and drinks for 50 cents.
Registration for the SEP is
this week. Forms and the $30
registration fee are due by May
23. For more information, call
Janie Nolen at 482-9607.

New Hope
reunion is
in Holmes

May 31

Former students of New
Hope School will gather for a
reunion on May 31, at the
Masonic Hall at the school
site, just south of the crossing
of Highway 2 and the Geneva-
Westville Road in Holmes
Reunion activities are set to
begin at 10 a.m., with a cov-
ered-dish luncheon at noon.
Those attending are asked to
bring food, tea and cold
drinks; paper goods, spoons,
and forks are furnished.
The reunion is held on the
last Saturday of May each
For more information, con-
tact Posie Vaughan (850) 956-
2502, 1463 Vaughan Dead
River Lane, Westville, FL
32464, or Pearl Thompson
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complete an electronic entry form and make your payment.
2. Entries will be accepted through May 23, 2008. Each baby's photo will appear in a special
section in the Jackson County Floridan June 4, 2008.
3. Voting will begin June 4, 2008. Anyone can vote for their favorite baby for 250. Voting
totals will be posted online weekly in June.
4. Voting will be available at Voting ballots will also be available in the
June 6, 2007 special section.
5. Winners will be determined by the total number of votes. There will be one overall winner
whose photo will be published on the front cover & in a special pullout insert in the
calender. Twelve additional top winners will be placed, one, each, on the 12 months of the
2008 calender. Remaining top vote recipients with at least 100 votes will be placed in the
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Mrs. Beard's fourth grade class from Dayspring
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Crist signs autism health insurance coverage bill for Fla.
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hope that early diagnosis and
treatment of autism will lead to
better lives for thousands of chil-
dren and families, Gov. Charlie
Crist signed legislation Tuesday
that could force many large insur-
ance plans to cover the increasing-

ly diagnosed condition. Former
Miami Dolphins star and autism
activist Dan Marino watched as
Crist signed a bill that advocates
have pushed for more than a
decade - and said he hopes that
it will lead other families without
an NFL star's income to get some
of the treatment that his son bene-
fited from. Marino's son Michael
is now 20. "He's in college, doing

very well, and he's a direct result
of early intervention," Marino
said. "He's a direct result of occu-
pational therapies, speech thera-
pies, the things that you need to do
at an early age."
He added: "It's given me chills
actually, just thinking about the
opportunity this is going to give so
many children in Florida and so
many families that have to deal

with autism."
The new law calls for health
insurance companies to negotiate
agreements with the state on how
they will cover diagnosis and
treatment of autism-related disor-
ders. If companies don't enter into
such agreements, the state will
require certain coverages by July
of next year. The coverage is
capped at $36,000 a year, or

$2U00,000 over a lifetime.
That's meant to help families
like Ron Watson's. His 4-year-old
son Dylan has autism.
For the next year until the cov-
erage starts, his family will pay for
the child's care out of pocket. But
eventually, the program will be a
huge help for Watson, who works
as a lobbyist in Tallahassee for the
Florida Dental Association.

It will probably prevent me
from having to sell my home or a
car or max out my credit cards,"
Watson said. "Fortunately, we
have stuck aside enough money
where I think we should be good
for a year. But I can't imagine all
these families that for five, six,
seven years have been spending
$20,000, $30,000, $40,000 a year
on medical services."

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trial, citing bureaucratic and schedul- sarily moving Williams here before firmed for Sue Ann Cole. She is Durden's death after Cole spoke to authorities said.
ing difficulty in arranging meetings trial. charged with second-degree murder her minister about the incident, Cole pleaded not guilty to the sec-
to see him in the Gulf County facili- in the death of her boyfriend, Danny according to statements made by law ond-degree murder charge in
ty. Tentative date set for Durden. enforcement officials at the time. February of this year. -The tentative
Wright, however, asked Smith to Cole Durden's body was found in a shed An investigation revealed that June 2 trial date was set at that time,
write a letter outlining the problems near the home he shared with Cole at Durden had been shot inside the and was not changed at Tuesday's
and that he would try to deal with it In other, unrelated court action, a 6741 Chips Drive in Grand Ridge. house on Dec. 26, 2007, and that his status hearing.
"administratively," rather than neces- tentative trial date of June 2 was reaf- Authorities were alerted to body was pulled into the shed,

Fallen Continued From Page 1A
one child. bery," said JCSO records. Deputy Harold Michael Altman. wife back in 2001, and his accomplice, killed him.
Sgt. James A. Bevis was honored But, according to those records, one Though she was not a sheriff's according to JCSO records. The sheriff and two deputies arrived
with the sixth balloon. He was killed in of the suspects jumped Deputy Bevis, deputy, Mellie McDaniel had strong She left behind two daughters, one at the scene moments later and became
1985. took his gun and then the two suspects ties to the Jackson County Sheriff's son, five grandchildren, and her hus- involved in a gun fight with the two
"On the night of April 4, 1985, Sgt shot Deputy Bevis three times with his Office "family." band of 13 years, Sheriff John men, killing both of them.
James Bevis responded to an armed own gun. He was married and had two Raised in Calhoun County, Mellie McDaniel. Altman was married and had two
robbery which had just occurred in a children. eventually came to work with the Deputy Altman was also killed dur- children.
small town in Jackson County. A balloon marked by a stuffed Jackson County Sheriff's Office in ing the incident. Nine members of his family were at
Deputy Bevis spotted a vehicle which German shepherd toy marked the loss September of 1997 as a victim's, advo- He was fatally shot while responding the Appreciation Day event and accept-
matched the description of the vehicle of the canine Lighter, who was struck cate. In 2006, she transferred from to a call for help at the McDaniel resi- ed roses from event, sponsors, the
used in the armed robbery. He began to by a car at 3 years old. Domestic Violence work to assisting dence. Optimist Club and Crime Stoppers.
follow, then stopped the vehicle. He Most Jackson County residents the Department of Children and According to JCSO records, he was Many organizations and volunteers
got the suspects out of the vehicle and know the story behind balloons number Families on child abuse cases, the first unit to arrive and found the took part in the event, including
advised the station that he was okay, eight and nine. She was murdered on Jan. 30, 2007, sheriff's wife had been shot. The two American Legion Post 241 of Sneads,
that he had the suspects and a gun and McDaniel's wife Mellie was killed in in the driveway of her home by a man armed men, Lionel Sands and Daniel who offered the Colors and a gun
purse that had been taken in the rob- her driveway last year, along with who was suspected of killing his own Brown, opened fire on Altman and salute.


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for her and her sister when they were
Decades later, their own grandchil-
dren would be photographed in those
dresses, just as they were, and she
brought the two pictures to show as
Judy Riley also brought items from
her childhood, as well as one from her
wedding day and some additional
The showpieces of her presentation
was a miniature wedding dress fash-
ioned by her mother from leftover
scraps of the material she'd used to
make Riley's real' wedding dress.
* Riley also brought the quilt her
grandmother, made for her doll when
she was a little girl, and another that
her mother made for her first child.
She also brought pictures of chil-
dren wearing outfits made by her
grandmother, and a wooden bee box
that had belonged to her hobbyist
Mark Hebb and his mother, Lee,
brought some family treasures as well.
Mark Hebb brought a canoe paddle
he'd made from wood that had been
part of a barn of a good friend's grand-
father. In exchange for the wood, Hebb
made the friend one paddle and a set
for himself.
His mother brought an ivory-colored
fishing lure that a friend had given her
beloved husband. He'd liked it so much
that he framed it, and his treasure
became her treasure after his death ear-
lier this year.
Homer Hirt brought a.pair of Colt
revolvers that once belonged to his
mother's grandfather, Civil War militia
Capt. W.J. Atwater.
Hirt also shared a story about the
only relative he knows to have been on
the Union side of the conflict, Dorence
Atwater. It turns out that some years
after the war that distant ancestor
forged a friendship with Clara Barton,

Left, Bob Imel shows off the child's toolbox that was made for his cousin almost 100 years ago and the tools that went inside it. Right, Jo-Ann Anderson
shows off the two dresses her grandmother crocheted for her and her sister when they were children. - Mark Skinner / Floridan

who would later found the American
Red Cross.
The association between Atwater
and Barton began because, as a prison
of war being held by the confederates,
he was ordered to record soldier deaths
during the war. He then secretly dupli-
cated and preserved the record he'd
kept. He tried to have it'published
nationwide, but was not allowed.
After the war, Barton had taken on
grave Registration 'as a personal chal-
lenge, and found out about Atwater's
Together, they embarked on the reg-
istration project and both are credited
with the effort. A researcher has writ-

-ten a book about Atwater's record.
Ruth Davis. also brought an item that
had historical significance. The cast-
iron Ben Franklin figural clock has
been in her husband's family so long
that he can't remember exactly how it
arrived there. The clock was patented
on July 14, 1857, however, so they
have a good idea of its age.
Joan Stadsklev brought a double
inkwell patented in roughly 1904,
which she got from her mother's
inkwell collection.
Polly Roberts brought a sepia-tone
picture of her husband's grandmother
and another "mystery" photograph that
wound up in the family files. The man

in the picture has yet to be definitely
identified by family members, she said.
Julie Fuqua brought a vivid green
glass cake plate that her father passed
on to her, and which once belonged to
her mother's grandmother.
Ann Hinson brought an antique sam-
pler from the 1700s that had been
framed in the 1920s by the Sunshine
Studio, a thriving business in Marianna
at the time. She said she got the item
from a dear friend, Clara Farley, who
once lived in the historic Holden house
on Lafayette Street.
Gene and Joanne Hester brought an
afghan her mother had made and a
.tablecloth that his grandmother had

given him in 1964.
The road show was the last meeting
of the CRAA for its current fiscal year,
but they'll start meeting again in
The show was preceded by a busi-
ness meeting, in which members
learned that the Chipola College
endowment they are establishing has
grown to almost $46,000, nearly half
their target amount of $100,000. The
interest on the money, with the princi-
pal raised largely through solicitation
letters seeking contributions, will be
used to meet various needs of the
Chipola College fine and performing
arts departments.


Funeral Home
4265 St. Andrew St.
Marianna, FL 32448

Betty Speights

Ms. Betty Speights, 94, of
Marianna departed this life on
May 18, 2008, in the
Courtyard Health and
Rehabilitation Center.
Ms. Speights was a native of
Marianna, where she spent a
lifetime in the Mt. Olive
Community. She was a mem-
ber of the Mount Olive
A.M.E. - Church, where she
served as mother of the
church, and a member of the
Stewardess Board.
The funeral service will be
Friday, May 23, at 1 p.m., at
the Mount Olive A.M.E.
Church, with the Rev. Thomas
Forward, the Rev. Jerome
Griffin, Minister Michael
Jones and the Rev. Edith
Austin officiating. Interment
will be in the church cemetery.
Vann Funeral Home in charge
of arrangements.
The family will receive,
friends Thursday, May 22,
from 6 to 7 p.m., at Vann
Funeral Home.
Ms. Speights will lie in
repose at the church, from 12
p.m. until time for the funeral
She leaves to cherish her
precious memories: A son,
Tommie Speights and wife,
Lillie of Marianna; a sister,
Hattie Brooks of Marianna; 15
grandchildren; 44 great-grand-
children; 50 great-great-
2randrbhildr1rn; six great-great-
great-grandchildren; and

numerous nieces, nephews,
cousins, other relatives and
many friends.

Hampton Funeral
Service, Inc.
683 Blowing Rock Rd.
Boone, NC 28607
(828) 264-7100

Barbara Elizabeth Hudnall

Barbara Elizabeth Hudnall,
79, of 151 Edgewood Drive,
Boone, N.C., died Monday
morning, May
19, 2008, at
Blowing Rock
She was a
daughter of
the late Frank
Watson Hudnall
and Sarah Aline Nicholson
Hudnall. She attended Ward-
Belmont College in Nashville,
Tenn., and Florida State
University where she received
her bachelor's degree. Barbara
did graduate work at FSU, the.
University of Wyoming in
Laramie, Wyo., as well as the
University of the South School
of Theology in Sewanee,
Tenn., where she received a
Program of Theological
Education Certificate. She
taught middle school at Cobb
Middle School in Tallahassee.
Barbara was a member of
the Tallahassee Women's Club
and an active volunteer for the
Tallahassee Salvation Army.
While living in Tallahassee,
she founded a fl.opurishing
backpacking and snow ski
store, Trail and Ski. In 1980
she sold Trail and Ski and
moved to tsanner Elk, N.C.,

where she became the skiwear
buyer for the Alpine Ski
Center stores.
. She was an avid outdoors
person and loved backpack-
ing, canoeing and snow ski-
ing. She had a continuing
interest in and support of the
Appalachian Trail' Conference
and was instrumental in the
effort to save Howard's Knob
from further environmental
damage. She was active in
helping to develop the
Hospitality House. Barbara
served on the board of direc-
tors for Mountain *Pathways
Montessori School. She com-
mitted time to mental health
and health projects across the
state including volunteering to
care for children'of drug alco-
hol addicted mothers so that
the mothers could attend
childcare classes.
Reared in the Baptist
church, Barbara began to
explore other faiths while a
student at FSU. She found her
church home with the
Episcopal campus group. She
was a founding member of
Holy Comforter Episcopal
Church in Tallahassee. During
her. time at St. John's
Episcopal and Holy Comforter
she served on the altar guild,
wedding committee, and chil-
dren's Christian education.
' In 1980, when Barbara
moved to the High Country,
N.C., she became a member of
St. Luke's Episcopal Church.
Barbara served her parish in
numerous ways, including
serving on the building com-
mittee, the altar guild, wed-
ding committee, flower com-
mittee, and the vestry. She was
a Licensed Ciihainc tcaltr,

Lay Reader, Lay Eucharistic
Minister. She was a member
of the Order of St. Luke and a
member of the lona
Community, Scotland and
made regular pilgrimages to
the abbey. Barbara was recog-
nized as a Distinguished
Communicant Award for the
Diocese of Western North
Carolina in 2004.
Ms. Hudnall is survived by
three daughters, Margaret
Elizabeth Black Bottomley
and husband, Thomas
Bottomley of Richmond,
Calif., Beth Hudnall Stamm
and husband, Henry E. Stamm
IV of Pocatello, Idaho, and
Amy C. Hudnall of Zionville,
N.C.; one granddaughter,
Margaret Erin "Megan" Miller
of Zionville, N.C.; and one
grandson, Thomas Earl James
"Jamie" Bottomley of Daly-
City, Calif.
She was preceded in death
by her father and mother,
Frank Watson Hudnall and
Sarah Aline Nicholson
Hudnall; her stepmother,
Clara Clements Hudnall; and
one sister, Gayle Hudnall.
A memorial service for
Barbara Elizabeth Hudnall
will be conducted Thursday
afternoon, May 22, at 5 p.m.,
at St. Luke's Episcopal
Church in Boone, N.C.
Officiating will be the Rt. Rev.
G. Porter Taylor and the Rev.
Cynthia Banks. Interment will
follow in the' St. Luke's
Memorial Garden.
The family will receive
friends at a reception follow-
ing the service, at St. Luke's
Episcopal Church.
Flowers or memorial contri-
butions may be made.

Memorial contributions may
be made to lona Community,
Abbey & MacLeod Centres,
Isle of lona, Argyll, PA76
6SN, Scotland UK; Lake
Logan Episcopal Center, 154
Suncrest Mill Rd., Canton,
NC 28716, or to the Watauga
County Humane Society, 200
Casey Lane, Boone, NC
Online condolences may be
sent to the Hudnall family at
Hampton Funeral Service is
in charge of the arrangements.

Marianna Chapel
Funeral Home
3960 Lafayette St
Marianna, FL 32446
Clyde Ray Locke Jr.

Clyde Ray Locke Jr., 36, of
Cottondale passed away on
Saturday, May 17, 2008, fol-
lowing an automobile acci-
Funeral arrangements are
incomplete and will be
announced by Mariannia
Chapel Funeral Home.

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

Linda Marie Booth

Linda Marie Booth, 62, of
Marianna died Tuesday, May
20, 2008, at Jackson Hospital.

Mrs. Booth was a teacher for
14 years at Dot's Tots. She
enjoyed gardening and spend-
ing time with friends and fam-
ily. She loved her grandchil-
dren and her sisters. She was a
house parent with Leon
Advocacy and Resource
Center. She was married to her
-best friend, Ronald Leon
Booth Sr.
Survivors include her hus-
band, Ronald Leon Booth;
four sons, Bob Booth and
wife,, Christina of Macon, Ga.,
Ron Booth and wife, Gail of
Bunnell, Kenny Booth of Ft.
Pierce, and Robert Booth and
wife, Sheila of Marianna; two
daughters, Suezette Egan and
husband, Jim of Sebring, and
Ronda Booth of Columbus,
Ga.; two sisters, Junelle
Rotolo and Jo-Ann Bolliger of
Marianna; 17 grandchildren;
and 12 great-grandchildren.
The funeral service will be
at 10 a.m., Friday, May 23, at
James and Sikes Maddox
Chapel, with Father Sean
Knox officiating. Burial will
follow in Pinecrest Memorial
Gardens with James & Sikes
Funeral Home - Maddox
Chapel of Marianna.
The family will receive
friends from 6 to 8 p.m.,
Thursday, May 22, at James &
Sikes Maddox Chapel.
In lieu of flowers, memorial
contributions may be made to
Covenant Hospice, 4440
Lafayette St., Suite C,
Marianna, FL 32446.

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Rotary wins

with big sixth
Rotary scored seven runs in the decisive sixth inning to
take a 10-5 win over Farm Bureau Tuesday in MERE
Dixie Majors action at Optimist Park.
Farm Bureau took the lead in the bottom of the fifth on
an RBI double by Tristen Tharpe, but the advantage
would be short-lived.
Heath Roberts tied the game with an RBI ground rule
double to center field in the top of the sixth, then gave
Rotary the lead when Tharpe, on in relief for Farm
Bureau, was called for a balk, which allowed Roberts to
come home from third.
Johnathan Mayes then stole second base and came all
the way around to score when the throw to second
escaped to the center field fence for a 6-4 lead.
Evan Wester made it 7-4 with an opposite field home
run over the right center field fence.
After a pair of walks, Kody Bryan came up with a two-
run triple down the first base line to make it 9-4 Rotary.
An RBI double by Madison Harrell rounded out the
scoring to give Rotary a six-run edge.
Farm Bureau added a run in the bottom of the inning,
but Harrell notched a strikeout with two runners on to end
the game.
Harrell had two other big hits in the game, an RBI dou-
ble in the third to score Xavier Lampley for the first
Rotary run of the game, then an RBI single in the fifth to
put Rotary up 3-2.
Farm Bureau took its first lead in the game in the third
inning when Ryan Hewitt walked and scored on a wild
pitch before Levi Cobb reached on an error and scored on
a balk'for a 2-1 lead.
Austin Nelson tied it back up at 2-2 with an RBI single
in the fourth to score Bo Hughes.
Reid Long started the game on the mound for Farm
Bureau and went five innings, while giving up three runs

Farm Bureau's Wesley Weston hits a pitch during
Tuesday night's 10-5 win over Rotary at Optimist Park.
- Mark Skinner/Floridan

and striking out eight.
Tyler Colson started for Farm Bureau and went 4 1/3
innings, giving up two runs and striking out seven.

Bulldogs' Bailey signs

to play for Chipola

Marianna High
School Senior Lance
Bailey made it official
Tuesday before fellow
classmates, team
members, coaches and
family members that
he will move on to the
next level of baseball
following graduation
next week.
Bailey signed with
Chipola College in the
Media Center at MHS.
Lance has excelled
both on and off the
field, most recently
being the recipient of
the salutatorian for
Marianna High's 2008
graduating class.
Bailey has an
inweighted .397 GPA
and a .447 weighted
GPA. Bailey is dual
enrolled at Chipola
He is a member of
the National Honor
Society, Beta Club, a
Bulldog, and an
Outstanding Senior.
On the field, Bailey
has been a varsity
starter since relocating

Marianna baseball player Lance Bailey signs
a scholarship to play for Chipola College
Tuesday at MHS. - Contributed Photo

to Marianna in 2005.
He has anchored
down second base,
shortstop and third
with short stints in the
outfield when called
upon to do so.
Bailey has not com-
mitted to a baseball
program for the sum-
mer but will do so
within the next two
When asked about
his signing at Chipola
Bailey is all smiles, "I

am very excited about,
this. I can't'wait to get
on the field and see
what I can do at that
Bailey is the son of
Jody and Tresha
Bailey and has one
younger sibling, Allie
Maternal grandpar-
ents are Howard and
Jill Davis and paternal
grandparents are the
late Mr. and Mrs. J. L.

Storm excelling in relief with Trojans

Troy pitcher Josh Storm delivers a pitch during a game this season.
- Troy Photo

The sound of thunder rolls
through Riddle-Pace Field as a
,weather graphic shows up on the
video scoreboard.
It's not a sign of severe weath-
er, but a Storm is approaching the
Josh Storm, that is. The junior
from Marianna has taken the Sun
Belt by storm this year and not
only filled the shoes of. recent
great Troy closer like Nate

Moore and Josh Dew, but even
surpassed them.
The Troy junior, who trans-
ferred from nearby Chipola
Community College notched a
school record 12 saves this year
and he'll play a key role if Troy
(32-24) hopes to win a Sun Belt
tournament championship. The
Trojans play UL-Lafayette at 7:30
p.m. tonight at Tigue Moore Field
in Lafayette in a first-round tour-
nament game.
The 5-foot-11, 185-pound clos-
er offers a different look than

Dew and Moore, who were both
around 6-foot-5, but he's been
just as effective, finishing with a
2-1 record, a 2.02 ERA and the 12
"I didn't see how we could pos-
sibly ask this kid to do what these
guys have done in the past," Troy
head coach Bobby 'Pierce said.
"Not only did he do that, but he
broke Josh Dew's save record.
He's been every bit as effective as
the other two guys."
Storm doesn't have as intimi-
dating of a fastball, though it does
hover between 88 and 91 miles
per hour, but late life on the two-
seamer and deceptive arm motion
- as well as size - plays a big
"I think they see me and think I
can't throw it by them," said
Storm, who has struck out 53 in
35 2/3 innings.
Storm helped Chipola win a
national junior college title last
year, but the star on the mound
and at the plate battled through a
severe groin strain his'first year
and a hamstring pull last year,
causing him to miss extensive
This year, Storm's been healthy
and his stamina has gotten better
See STORM, Page 2B >

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SHS Cheerleaders

Pictured are the Sneads High School varsity cheerleaders for the 2008-2009
school year. Back row, from left: Angelica Rodriguez, Ashleigh Lollie,
Elizabeth Thomas, Haley Bennett and CarolAnn Brown. Front row: Emily
Cain, Meredith Plash, Maya Capehart (co-captain), Michelle Schouest (cap-
tain), Courtney Wall. The cheerleaders would like to encourage everyone to
come out to Citizens Field and support them along with the Pirate football
team this Friday night for the spring Blue & Gold game. Kickoff is at 7pm.

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WECA Basketball
The West End
Community Association,
Inc. proudly presents its
Annual Basketball
League/Tournament for
2008. WECA's goal is for
two leagues of participants
made of four teams per
league from the Marianna
Municipalities from the
surrounding area are
encouraged ' to register
teams for league play also.
Participants will be
grouped into the following
categories, ages 7-11 and
ages 12-14. For further
information, please contact:
John Walker @ 209-7707 or
Coach Ephriam @ 209-

Adult Recreational
The Tri-State Basketball
Association adult recre-
ational league will be
accepting team rosters for
the upcoming season. For
further info, contact Darold
Pope at 850-272-5000.

Fishing Tournament
The 13th Annual Big
River Roundup Flathead
Catfish Tournament will be
held May 23-24 at
Blountstown River
The roundup is sponsored
by the Blountstown Rotary
Club. It is a 20-hour event
beginning at 4 p.m.
Grand prize for breaking
the state record is a new
pickup truck, boat with
trailer valued at $50,000.
Free bait to the first 100
pre-registered fishermen.
Visit the Blountstown
Rotary web site at
m for more information, or
call Phil McMillan at 850-
674-8053, Jeff Kimbrel at
850-674-7930 or Ken
Shepard at 850-674-3511.

CABA World Series
The 2008 CABA 18U
aluminum bat world series
will be held on July 27
through Aug. 3 at the Cene
Park baseball complex in
Struthers, Ohio.
Teams can register for the
world series at or
If you need more infor-
mation on the world series,
contact Ken Quinn at 330-

Sports Briefs
Send all sports items to,
or fax them to 482-4478.
The mailing address for the
paper is Jackson County
Floridan P.O. Box 520
Marianna, Fla. 32447.

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throughout the year, Pierce
said. He also made an adjust-
ment on the pitching rubber,
moving from the left side to
the right as suggested by
pitching coach Jeff Crane.
"It helps a lot with the off-
speed pitches," Storm said.
"It's hard for the batters to see
and hard to pick up, and I can
stick the fastball by them."
Pierce, also a Marianna
native, had plans to use Storm
in the field as well, but fresh-
man Adam Bryant took over at
second base and the combina-

tion of Brett Henry and Trevor
Tyre has improved at third.
He could get more of a shot
next year, when the NCAA
mandates a smaller roster size,
thus making the dual-threat
guys like Storm more attrac-
tive. For now, he's focused on
helping Troy win its opener.
"In an eight-team tourna-
ment, you have to take it one
game at a time," Pierce said.
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innings to win the first game,
and we'll worry about the
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ANNOUNCEMENTS 115 Boks/Magazines 154 Miscellaneous 257 Medical 309 Farm Equipment 403 Apartmnuts fr 418 Fnars/Acreage 424 Hu sesnfrRent
Reot/Unfirnished Unfurnished
60Hardback& Paper New ping pong table, CottondaleVillage . T'R.R 'e. :F.R - Marian a,
back books. $25 OBO brackets, no legs, and INTERIM HEALTHCARE A AmenIts ' a ':* �e , modular 1450
(850)272-0061 playing set. $20 850- has an immediate 4052 Old Co onae a oad, farm land, ROCKy SF, updated, 1 acre
-26-4858 opening Marianna, FL 32448. Creek, runs thru fenced, near Hwy Patrol
make home health vis- (850)526-4062, TDD/TTY property, $55,500 es- $695/mo (850) 559-1661
,C.$ 124 Clothilg . s1001 . 3 10 ,.iirn.:ra its. If interested please 711 Immediate ccupan- timated timber. Lo-
.20.. sp -e.. 1l Pllctd. 1,. , call a1850-482-2770 or cva leone. cated approx. 3.6 GRACEVILLE-1BR/1BA;
a Mainna 850, 462 :636 stop by 4306 Fifth Ave. droomunits. Rentalas- miles south of 1-10 in $300/mo. + dep. Some
S Lrqe bag of boys cloth- Marianna, to apply! distance. No application Marianna, FL. Con- petsok. 850-638-7555
Ing, sizes 4T-5: $20. fee. We pay water, sew- tact Matt Dryden,
850-482-8001. EMPLOYMENT Massey Ferguson 245. erandtraservice. night 850-352,4981, Luxurious 4BR/2BA
40HP. Good work horse. iqual HusingOpportunity cell850-573-0414 home w/pool in Indian
ho Little Girls clothes, sz 5/6 .W-300 cat Diesel. 3$0O0. 334-793-squal Housingpportunity f- r R . 25 sq.
summer $1 ea or $125 * 3039 or 677-0853. You Name It... Call Ben 850-557-6366
You should fully for all 850-209-5294 Free: 3 male kittens Classified Has It!!! HOUSSfR t N r r in 6,
investigatetheback M,L,XLWomensclothes wormed & de-flead. 421 Houses for Rnt r.u,Dme'; r,. Irm
groundof any compa- $3 ea or all for $75 850-272-6878 CLASSIFIEDS frWantisto $ d,001 F,:,r l.iting. :
y BEFORE ayinga 850-209-8309 FEE ADULT aTS S.. WE RE W I NC- your automobile? 2BRBA $375mo +0 app. f dep, 800-570898ext774
caueProceedwit Shoes, little girls pants 03 Administrative ' .::,,- :r,:,m FO $50... a . fee non- -
cautionif ou are asked / 0s$2e r $6 pa Aid ili i h, ?' : Placea refundable 850-693-
to sen money or in 850-209-5294 Classified Ad 3433 MobIq Home/
calling "900" numbers.- Free to good home. 7 wk ______Today! 379 Lakepoint Rd, et
All numbers prefixed White beaded Wedding Legal Secretary old kittens. Litter box79Lakepoint Rd
by"900" are charged Gown/promdress,size Experience withFamil trained. 850-482-8001. REAL ESTATE Compass Lake, 3BR/1B 1 2 & 3BR MH Blue
to callersonaper- 12$200 firm 850-663-2227 Law, Probate/Will andor 2BR/2Bew//cable, & SpringseMH Park, Marl-.
mint orrcallha- some criminal experi- Free to good home!ki- A041 ut C10PO/ utilities, everything but anna. Water/sewag-
min utorper-callba- enceMustbe willing tens, 3 bobtail,- Free 2 ong, 412 food & clothes. Weekly e/garb./ lawn incl. 850-
.sis. Some0ofthese calls t o7tr ence, 2sewlg
sis. ome these cas 97 . COlpitsfS/ to travel between 850-592-4031 ToHIuse/Rent or monthly rates.No 592-2717
are to numbers outside Ale ories Marianna to Chipley. Smoking, no pets (850)Y NameI
of the United States & A Must be self-motivated B HEADED FOR 579-1028 or (334) 596- You Nassime t...
expensive international Cannon Printer/Scanner/- with proficient skills in 301 Dogs COLLEGE 0699 Classified H2s It!
rates are charged to Copir/Fa Machine, Word Perfect and deal Location 1BR Park model MH
your phone bill Multi-pass C755, $50 MicrosoftWord. armen Of * orida State CH/A W/D, Porch
THIS PUBLICATION 080850-663-2227 Non-smoker preferred. AKC Boxer Buldog pup, 400 renturnished FloridaA&M Houses for Rent storage, Furn. asordMh,
makes every effort to pnr, _-', $300 and up, Ready June Rent/Furnished Florida A&M.424 toa0 Furs.Basc
istathecharges for the ,. , , 1st. Call 850-482-2357 or Edgewood Apts. Furn. 1 BR Conlrlunity College $300850-569-5628
reader. Reember,if CS 85-326-967lex apts. Free laun- & Other Schools. 3BR/1BA, $750/mo, by 2 & 3 BR MH , Cttndale.
ouhaveanydoubts, dry, water, sewage & Chipsola College. Ahttp://www. charlos-
uinvestigate! 8 XBOX ames $10 each Classified garb. 592-4793. 3BR 3BA Townhouse 4BR/2BA in Alford countrlivin .co u
Ifit soundstoo goodto or all for $75. 850-592- 227 Drivers Advertising for rent at 3100 Dian $850/mo. 850-557-6366 .B-48/U-/ . -
betrue,it probably s! 7284 or 850-272-5558. Your source Graceland Manor Apart- Rd. Centrally located, --- -
Your Better Business XBOX Halo 'Edition with to selling and tanceon 1Rental,2, &3 BR, HC lar Store & Malix, Dol -
Bureau is an excellent one controller $100. buying! & Non-HC Apts. 850- lr Sr
source ofinformation. 850-592-7284 or 850- D RI R u to good 263-4464, TDD/TTY 711. Contact L&M Hender-
334-792-3804 272-5558.________ FREE Puppies to good 5445 Brown St .Grac- son or Loyal III @305- U
1-800-824-5274 Regional home medical home. 850-557-2901 eville, FL 322-8402 or 305-496-
--139----i- F t ! ,an , r- : ., l ir hir- ian Equal Housing 9449/850-878-6390.
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3 piece living room u, ,. .: r�er , : ppiv 418 A r /AC
2 Pot Bellied Pigs sited in $200/ offer. Call 685u 403 Apartentsfr 418 FarmsAcrea
Cypress. Call 850- 592- 486-6098 Gnt/lnfAa rnlst o FAR . LAa ' 5 '.
4793. Dining table, solid chirr, 236 General Hel 2 &3BR APARTMENTS & w/ ' lr,:Aa. E .
wood base, Ig recan Wante CBitE HOAPARTMES FOP w. i rl.:,n. a E..i. . a T. I
LOST: Female BeaglO le glass top, very nice, rqKOJI $525 i }. M .O rW.:'r, G,:,I, t.'0-ln,.h'-.:
Treacock Bridge Rd, 1bs, Off 125.850-557-1394 EQUIP.MOPER.I Su F.a m 850.5:3 i 1 2
PeacockyBridge R d. oMothaveahighschool 306 Farm Animals
name Lucky 850-557- IndianDecorSet, diploma or equivalent
2028 $75 OBO with 1-2 yrs exp. in
LOST: Male RatTerrier 80-663-2227 the safe operation of 3 VR OLD TRI-COLOR Northwest Florid Water Management District
/Chiuahua mix, black. Notty Pine desk w/built- afarmtractorand ct- PAINT GELDING. iJr , , r r.,
Lost in Mossy Pond in bookcase, office tinheadwitlhhydrau- Broke- Readytoride! pr,:, -r. ira.r.
area. 850-762-9398/272- chair opt $70 0 icelectricalswitches. $1,000. Call 334-432- ,:.r,,:r,r,.n. ,a,re,,:,n ,,T,,.,nm,r,il,.-.r, .:.i
7606 (850)272-0061 Also driving a truck $ .a s s if
with loaded trailer 1061 or 774-7120 Olr,,:i lin.3 ra,-,19.T, enP ralr.,p ,,:,,T, iaie
details @ www.nwtwmO.s5date.ll.uS
Starving black male puppy Oak Table with 4 Chairs attached; able to su-- -- District application required, apply: Box 500,
found abandoned. (table has white erviseinmates.Must 9 Fa t Midway,FL32343;HR850-539-5999;
Needs caring home. 850- legs), $150. Call 334- driversliense priorEquipmentto Vet Pref/EOE/AA/Pre-Hire Dru Screen &
592-4793. 393-4524 employment. Starting set of KMC twin row Criminal & MVR background check.
Recliner / Rocker, navy salary is $17,236.00/yr. planters, 4 row. mount-
blue, super condition, Submit JacksonCounty ed on a paulk frame 1
$125 Call 850 526- e u 0mi 4acon aaenty r /
3365. Call 850-526- employment applica- lift assist Jackson county Floridanw eel
Caregiver/Sitter- Non- lion to the Human Re- fertilizer attach. 1,000
Medical. Call for inter- sources Dept., 2864 gal. nurse tank mot-
Full-time District (850) 5
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04. Eernity ring, sz. 5/,1 05/26/2008. tor, w/ loader & attach- Sales Manager
J. .ery nice, paid $150, ments, 500 hrs.; 7 ft.
asking $40. 850-557- Drug-Free Workplace/ brown Bush Hog, Call
I am De(en8able & expe-
I am De e expe- 1394- EOE/V.Pref/AA/AA (334)797-4842 - Duties include recruiting, training ( 0)
rienced. Exc. refer- 8N Ford Tractor!!!! and maintaining a distribution
ences.850-526-3858. 154 Miscellaneous 254 Management Works good. Asking force of independent contractors
334-685-1848 sufficient to provide good custom- 1 -H
MERCHANDISE 2007-,26hp Kon trl LM Ai d ofs-98 Walker, 20 Koher service. Some management an- FE M
gine, 54", industrial sional individual to run 98 Walker, 20 hp Kohler r service. Some management an-
craftsmen lawnmower. daily dispatch for pri- 42' cut, $2500, Call d/or sales experience preferred.
3 s. $1,800. 334-796- vate trucking fleet in (334)791-2609 Must be computer literate and be
3064 Marianna, Florida. Must Case I-H 42 HP Tractor able to handle multiple tasks. Posi-
Beautiful, Blooming Pur- have current CDL-A, s-50 with 8 implmultiple
pie Shamrock potted ervisory experience, $10,500 850-3 ents tion requires dealing with the pub-
plants, $5 e 80-92- knowledge of equip- $ - li and m lltin f mn
20ants, $5 ea. 85059 ment maintenance and John Deere 4240 four lic and some collection of money.
S2053 DOT regulations. MS post tractor, good
Excellent Cond. electric Office skills a must. condition,$11,500 To apply, fax your resume to 850-
sewing machine w/cab- Excellent communica- 334-714-7645 4 8y e
Beautiful Antique inet $50 850-526-4858 tion and customer serv- 482-4478, e-mail your resume to
Piano, TigerOak Hay equip for sale, V ice skills required. Fax Massey Ferguson 124 doberski@jcfloridan or mail to P.O. '
resume to 904-781-5605 Square Hay Baler, U' Or m
w/bench, good cond. Tedder, 8ft mower, 12ft or e-mal:h dmisiuta@ $2200, Call l34) 790- Box 520 Marianna, FL. 32447r
$250. Please call mower, & rake w/cadd. em il t@ 334) 790 1520Marianna,FL.32447265
334-389-1696 New Holland round bal- wjwIt.- c 12
er. 850-866-2774
103 Appae, r,I, r $ ' 3 013
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Gas stove in good condi- Kin Exttra Craftmatic
ton $80. 850-557-2901 ibed, goodctr ongd, Kyac __
Sheeler, Dodge bedcov-
or, $50850-352-4383
9 Like new kerosene heat-
2 blue toddler race car er$50850-526-4858
beds w/ mattresses, Pressure-treated Armadillo
$75 each, Call 850-486- Trap. $75 cash (229)758-
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near Alford. $450 + dep. 86' BAYINER 2(334)355-1339 room slide. Great cond., r-, ifn pleser:t w.:;-910..r.0.m. CheAVlPll0u . .Cl 33 4e diesel4auto7transmn71 2 Lk n ew.Cust Es-

 8AM-6PM. 334-616-7485 $13000, 334-702-8267, Sell! haust.-.. .32, a i- ' $4900Call
850--1247 2600g 23 Auasort leave a message. . Lnie .i including $ S ,999. OBO Please l 673-48529'Refer, trailer, 334-684-6291.2 side
RECREATION w0 ohn Oean 2002 EVEREST Model: , ; :W call360-460-8208: Plymouth '68 Fury roll up back sF o Rail $k 334-
rrger, s Howiy .,e15,' 500W6878169, - 515 m or W . 0rport sun-roof. $65,000 Runs, but needs work .doors, sr us'e790-450. l
$BI Mspri H . el uxe , $15,500 P338 - 9 - w t 22 s-3u -11 .Equipment miles. $6,800. Make offer. 334-447-ldnoor quick p reduce, d ox . 790-4509.

Semiolll334-71 609 $17950941-276-1409 . o. 850- OBO1 3 34 Brnr 7 9 3 73r44f or513034g774o87e1 or
$502M.7 RV sp : Lae MH 76 3-e t e w.1 .9 39 M or 912. cellent condition, new
Seminole$150mo. 850- 76 Skeeter with 79 Mer- :'.s . ..A... .HA01 1 Pontiac '0s. m WI old moto f
593-12r.swfca.nt cury 175. Fully restored 1995 Shasta Travel Trail- shield, 6-spd., 1135 Cal334-684-2006 r .
mEusNr-t porsDee $3spaoay 5a042 9fIsereI5.6T$85M sbC 3 4DR GT. AT, AC (every parts. $6,000. Neg.. Call
CLEAN 2BR/2BA spa- d 334-798-4156 after 5pm Cardine Ual '04 29 ft. slotsof chr ,. 301 f or rree t u wa ea er,.,. option). 104k m l. 334-522-3756
ou yard wat elecanchorer &boatcov- askin $ 50- 334-691-45424 wheel, 2 slide outs. 4 -1 . r power, ow miles, exc 99K m84'International ded 3700

sewer $525 plus depos34Cat yrs. ext. warranty. Cper Top for F350 Ford d e olo nd. $5000 334-797 ClaSSfied Ad at ond 05 F-250. 50k miles
850-209-4516 /flatbedr334-596-4170- ' $ 65re 347 or 334 CotteConrt 93 011 .500
$22,600334-58-2390 TANSPO AO C L06 Crusier xus00LS-40k ont iac 06' GTO, 6.0, Rangr 6EHV 65PB
436 m509 C otorhomes LL 47966. le 46,500K ma oaded B 400HP 24,000 miles, man- lift All sales "as

Sed-n 3ale Ds> '9S^3ft. 23,000 miles, w *li B74Nri B 2 334-596-2692 Call (334)7980-352- open 6/12/08. Call 334 $15000
98Coach.23,000man esat, Harley 8001 vo 46t,,)cd Load -n/out, one owner is" basis via sea ed Bid
96' DW 28X60, CH/A, 4BR 7KW generator, enI $8000, Call 229-220- Maroon, Auto. 2 WD. Call-6666 594-6001 Call (334) 671 brushguard.103kmi.
2BA w/study. Appl., 2 thydraulicdlevelers,CH/A, H miles.Lots 3 - engine 04k, 5th where Fod Custom-built '85
OB 2in/s . A .rice , uce,-76-8603 power 30 ' Fo2rd F350 truck 460 gas $9,000.Call334-693-

R9.3i5-76r *91 3a33 BrsL9 8ITHont16r Sail Boat, 6, lee power lw cpiles vKeryIv AT. A* CD. * 6go od al ,i.r-, n Cn-, Fo 5454, leavemessage.
Blu 5-Il r. A c-. - II HPMer.arur ule, , se C n . ,h. , .. n, i,, n--, I hitcAih. All sales "as is" ba- 1 ton tow truck load-

$9,500,334-693-9287 Brgr,, r.; nii ;ltel WVr~neb g 9 ra.- 35. C ,, ., *i 271 Bor Kit-.2691 ___ JI ;:0,.:., l.. d ,n $2on C 133429y 2614
ProCraftft. Hunter Sail Boa, , r ower cap- 334-74-7981. Ford 0 2 Taurus SES cold Mitsubishi 03' Lancer, Sil. Columbus, GAsi $16,500, via Sealed Bd open ed gr eat V8, Autond.mat-

codi $2600 791-0182 -- 4 7s--. * r-. i ." e . - ,)CH. ti,500. C ll j;4 ; 1 control, leather, power 116K, exc. condo , runs Call. $B,510, 'rr'mirr.r reg. cab,7
turn key Live Aboard, t.ain b..ar3, - 600 u_ seats, sunroof. 73K. great, fully, loaded, one Aut0bles --I "- -6/12/08. call, 850-594 $8 C 1 -594-
Ya aha439 R eal Estate great weekend et m nt model, great, 60 '.,, rgU1,arn ,- Ford *05 Muatpnl GT, Call 4 0 , n l Ho F':, r w. 0 X-cab,6 3347942426

new $11900 Caway. Many upgr es. shape, all manuals, Harley Davidson r fr r. p. .nlir.:.r uo- Mitsubishi 97 Eclipse -. 9. n -. sel, pow-
Pt714-5860 Saint J , 18K service records, Sportstr, custom seat, $500 r 500! optn.Aprox. Lincoln '06 Towcar, 9!5' Ford F800, 21o000, ar F a2:l. iriler tow,
3 BR H U D h ! BumpOBO puCall850-227-4034 $32,000. 5047-3431 762- custom shocks, blue in .:.Pd cmpoundsfor ,o00fi.onr, Fire- Blackall Designer Series, GVWR i /flatbed & 55 od FT. back up

Ouachita 15 ft. outboard sl14,800 ic6np~ease Ford 191 Class Cr re l .n d 5 I? p ,lic Imp oun.sfor1:000m.. onrFire - -- Designer Series F ord .2002150 D wer, nerf
$213/mo! 4% down 3865 color. Excellent cond. sale!Forlistings stone 0/F $34,000. 4 door, exc. condo. load- Hi-Ranger 5F-4BPB lt chrowe wheels. Chock
3Oyrs @ 8% AP.R List- CLASSIFIEDS Only 1600 mi. $5600. Call1800-570-8736x2802 334-393-45414or d 7K miles $25,000. All tales "as 4s bats this out Sale $11,900

iot33-jo393 - cal3344-59267 ona n 2 A/C7Km 1 1 .s$5. , vi 0.00 (13* ^4 ;M'i S 35 4 C heavy 04. Avalanche Z71, itiCnk
4d01s805$2700. OBO Spret. er Worinth tihdeYoeu!l44-7 44 . Alls ale "asi"ba is t loadit nSle$ 11,9r 0
Fvia ealed bd P ____oeQaiytrs3-_______
8irogs 0 4boatmoet Wr eoom nful o rddou l1 2007 19ft. Pilgrim Lite6 Ca1 6 . e 334-308-7852. Ca 334)347-0. Call 4- 26
F23' SeaRay Project Boat, Travel Trailer, wlike , wSilver, 28,775K mi., AT/ o.t:r 04' RX 62,000 Red 4DR AC AT, C.D 6./, a all 8uliu
4/2 brick & vinyl, screen 260hp. 350 Eng. Boat Tr. asking $11,000, C l-Me4 66sp. Garaged, exc ,A C, . ,'r, .C5. Run t great. Borla AM /FM . Rea l C lean ' 6001
porch, acre, cul-de-sac, $1500obo. 256-201-1657 (334)677-3827 7d "., . ond' $30,500 33403 CT ack eXhaust. oTake $4,200.334-792-7814 Anderson trailer/car- Ford 1997 F-, 6 cylin-
Asford dist 334-794-2045 2002 7x14 EnclosedTrail- 2005 Gulf. Stream Cavilar " 557-6199 Porsche '99 ouster, 99k equipmentt utility der,blewcylinder 4 on
er, dual axle, new tires l 334l 9647t6 peca/ mi., Exc. cond. $13,500 Mftwt Pt too chelins, nice a . 4trucke
eogood cond., $1900le , Damon Dae Break Call334,.734-3900 J,.ses '00 Benz 430, obo, Cal34-791-0716 waimondkLeath
y(334)9842044ments. 229-220- f range, a , CA . 5228K, 2 AC . .,..- i , 122K, Loaded, plate floor & tool box.4-792-2938 850.40700
$7,500.3Marquis 77 w/1990 rebuilt $6995 334-792 cond(334)445-tires, sunroof Saturn '03 LW 200 Wag- Let's discuss price 334
90 HP motor, trolling mo- or(334)791-8549. , erint., $14900 on, 50,776 miles silver 701-4315
2004 Dtcmen Cl Hayvr06k Call334-.618-3491. ', ' blue, cit 24,MG0 Hwy tDox A i
35ft. 2 slidest1/ bath Wide alido G.. .;ac i Corvette '06, 3LT26K 32 kyles entry AM lift
Satellite. W/D hookup. WhitePearl, 6-spd. Miles, GPS, GlasssTop, Mercedes 2002 SLK 230 FM stereo cassette & w/lie -
aExc.n4 adfLkenew.5,0 iLew.C Le new 000 New . . . .- Orange.$37 900 Offe convertible., White, CD radio, AT, cruiseW Mileage Cal-,r I0.',i
$17,500. 334-792-063129 Exhaust, Saddle Bags, .14 34-62.4-2126 .7. o- ,, . D 41K PW, extra clean. $8250 2 7334-79;4-4

Jason18 boatsos bogate 11024531 slid d, imprs ftelfcotaine Motor emA0 s^ cha ll t-897 33476.07297
o s dBack restLuggage B itom.n 2I 200". l.;l 3. ,43r,,3 ,, .nn.r ,',, o Call Richard 334-897C 2497,33-Z.171"
1or 8t r af M Rack. 2ys left on ext. Chevy *94 m Camaro, (334)~333-4450 -.u" :4 l 3,.2 3510 or334-300-5519. CFreightline s :, ,,
S." warranty. Bke is5 flaw-in a FuT, ,-l. II s . Fr Fuller t$ 2,, , ..,

Indoo *3r kept'A MUSTf (334)89427 y1pWDLoaed oLwerunsreat.: I Quality Motrs0 33S4-68 mirroseats. 73tr
less.Montana 2005 th Wheel SEE! $12,500. Call 334- 3ower brakes, Power . ean.4200. 0 . ts e - dsel. 106K $11,500.
FOR SALE 200 FslidHER 170king bed, ex- 7AW 928018 or 7928827 olaris 90cc 06, green, steering , A/C (334) 726-115 Rms, A Car $18,500. rm 2394640985 Jack

200,5 to n l4 Airstream *93 34 ft. deisel Co g 'old $16500, r /n s Ford 2005 Mustang, V .6 Mustang ,98 GT, all pwr, 3.4793.1902 D 0T4 4. ,.A "SCAuTb FORD 1995 F-150 XLT
New4303 sqft SC 17' Deep V Alum. tea el Sees s 27e. , ' i 21.58T'. - .., � '" s 527-2229. S
4BR, 3.5 bath. 450, 000. 115 Merc Low Hours EF mi. exc28 ft. / livicond. Gratcnd $4r. deluxe edition 28k auto. blue new tint, H tool box. Ve wel truck edition. Warranty
Full infowww $7850 (334)35-1339 room de Great co 2008 50CC, moped, 334-618 miles remaining war Ppe, col air take, vehicle Onft 33K m. shell $5000. or BO

hpHonda4-stroke, slides, mounted space mleavs. New tia m res/ex-. Chevy 96 Caprice 4-door, $10K as Is. Everything Dodge 98 Dakota PU 7 T
2camo000seatstrailer, heater, new 4000 Onan haust/brakes. Excel Suzuki Burgman Scooter white, burgundy int. 1 Ford 2006 Taurus SE, works.334-797-1918 318ci 5-seed, $5450 all 7
RECREATION w/203,0000 Johnson Ocean 2002 EVEREST Model 05, under K, runs well, owner, exc. cond. 129K 4DR, AT, AC, CD, V-6 obo33469-2951
8505472708. motRunner, Grat condi- 323K 5th Wheel, 3 needs minor wo 6rk , mi. $4,7503 dn. 334-88- Runs & looks great 98k Nissan 02 Pathfinder SE A 'rd '99 F-350. Enclosed

S593-6946 ----------s$3,250 0O, Ca! (334) 3061. n miles. SALE! $7950 AFS Loaded w / options Exc. DODGE 0E3' DURANGO Fd 7 F XT Spe
ion . $15 , 500 . Please slides w/cent e island .. . ,: -r 1 )' ., .mi., like new, white, Ithr, 6 4 Pick-up T bucks vicee truck. $8,000.
Gala'88nboard/ '03 Class A Monoco La 805-0440 334-684-8575 CoSEE TO BELIEVE Bronco'67.29,4x45130
2002 35' DUTCHMAN ": !' tl"0c
S2001 pop up camp- Palma. 2 slides. I, Chrysler 05 300,ercedes, 560Lcar, 1989, 0053 ord 68 F100 step side, $6800.850-209-3126 Cab, Trton V-8 dia-
1.5oar sep s bath. Loades, Incl. car Victory 1999 1500, 5K sunroof, black, 46K Ford 64 Thunder burgundy, tan leather eat shape, new motor mond plate tool box,
cyl $4,000.$1 000Call 334- /coo 334 6951159 XD Dyna Supe 01K miles, both tops000. $6,000. 334-671- 334
S Glide, B432-1061ueSun beautiful inside & out 6772805a 5 714-4210 or 677-6007
503...dner eat,/Wind-needs nothing. $12,900
S ELL er, 22 ft., sleeps 4 mi, Like new $13,895, ,alm,.-68l20ha0. al r" ,' h-'I
19 ft. Sports Deck Boat $5500 Cal (334) 794- Ca850-547-2708. Mercedes '96 320 SL Lowi . -..
Yamaha G 800R '04, Red- '05 90 HPMercuryV/_ w 1Cadlc Seville 97', STS, . ' mlgFl4 -,,c,9;
W white. 2-cyL. 160 Hrs stainless steel pro p. 08' Amerilite Travel Trailer Harley-Davidson 2000 one owner, 37k actual Corvette '93 convertible 8731 or 797-5130. The Best Pe ts rIC )Tro D- 2 WD Sul,-
Fair condo. $3800 B 9pass egert , Depth 2114 ft. Fully self con- heritage soft-tail, pearl mi., excellent condition. 40th anniv, addition Cold Air Nice Truck
334-695-2939. - finder, tro lingUmotor, gained, Used once. Pd white, lots of chrome, $8,200. 334-790-3015 oryb e mn tires & tionM wa gon, l father all -9are foundt eCh aro alauto, 2oWdA30 i0- 90
elec. anchor, boat $co n-r c nt tnaukino- extra seats. $15,000 334-7924919 b atery recent tune u tionw a n, o mlea h er
Triton 2005 1753 Crappie, er, heavy duty trailer. $ 03,400, asking $10k 050- ext asats $1 ,00 33 -79oor o99K m il es, Loaded, 130 0 0
mercury 6 HP, 4 stroke $8,500.334-983-4941 5 -2t7334- 4Camper Top for F-350 Ford, thuddriverol@ aol.com4 8cond. $5000 334-797- Classified Ads3 Great condo. $ 03,500 Ford 05 F-250. 50k miles.
front & rear live wells, or334-596-4170. 05' Ameri- Lite Gulf Harley-Davidson 2001 $650. 334-347-0415 or 334- CoretteConvertible93' Toyota 94 Celica ST obo,-334-701-586. Asking $10,500. Call
and bait well lots of Craft Pro Stream Travel Trailer, 883 sportster hugger, 806-75780Credte ather, i les Merc ur 76Marquis. Couoo. Red. Fair condo. 941-268-1128.
storage, fully equipped. 994 Master Crf 0r excellent condition low Red leather,0 070 K mles s 0ru at 45M al9i4oe' e-. FircSond.934-701-
$12,500 OBO 850-547- Star 205 Immaculat, bed, awning, bathroom miles. 334-693-Capce 9 Cy 4-r. miles 1 owner, $300
344after6PM With some accessories bed i nOh b!thower new paint, Burgundy in call1334-712-1531 sesinonly 330',
5 6794 0.9Call sleeps 6. roof A/C, Harleidson,93' &4,ut. OO on 96dK Corvette Coupe 1987. 691-7332 or685-2269 C;" L.-3-ad. Call 334.
k' 99667-? m, . lT1 -TrE. Garage Baby, All the 334-793-7989.- 71K actual miles r 1 'y ,a9Maqi
i1 'sos 02 Tream Ba-.5- .1 U - mr. trimmingsasking owner, 2 tops, other ox-Mercury Grand M i -
iI'3cr Nw iWC,:.or,.-lT,. r.. $4900. 00 trash described when runs pood, excel- S 1 Ti
A71 Le� .lc. . ir,,ng im,, $9.001 '380 8=0':'.-r 2, 334-726-3748 called. 334-393-2109 lent condition. $5,000. le-. LS 11 W.
33O-72n6-3T74-l l 3E,.Neg.. Low miles. Call t'r, r .s d-se auTO SC
o o.e,n800O 'C'3)314 -'6Crysler '06 PT Crusier 334-718-9617/671-0492 front a & idelrbarS, Chevrolet '05 1500 Crew,
Might blue matalic ,fac- CC, anti lock bra3L 2WD
09 Mtr2oL tory warr. low miles, Mini Cooper '06 Convert- r sunroof & windows 200 m. AM/FM CD, Ford 2002 F50 74k
11 334-796-8136. ible, auto, fully loaded, & doors, 44K mi., 2 yr miles, excellent condi-
Daidsn'999Dattn '74tNisan ....Zimmaculate. $18,000. warr., 27+ mpg, $9,70 Dual Zone A/C, Cloth ,
l.- ' 99.2 rarleyDavsi dson_99 D atsun '74 Nissan 260Z 334-596-2692. Call (334) 798-2999 Tow$ p kg o, A la W his, tion, 4DR, solid w white
l , , ' . 115r, r Night Train, 80 eno Neat, in start needs - . 0W rpl At 774-6869. 334-983-1860
34l79 1i6A 36-S:,, On.sta ge 2, very clean, Chevrolet '80 Corvette, rHi ri4- Td . 9 ,1"' s14 Is V in B."tl - I Tvrd"i
013_ ._91.0 6 0 .I $8000, Call 229-220- Maroon, Auto. 2 WD. hT._,_' $50Cl3)7 buga_3m
OBO ..... _2411or229-76-803 Power brakes, runs Dodge 2066 , S1ral$Ts- 0,Cl.7'buhg 3044 $9,000. Cal.1334-693-
R. 08Tr dfon 18ri o ,rer well, low m iles. vervn 30 s . ac. CD. 4ii$9 '/ j. 6 t 5454, leave message.
u 9E.r. ei. w 1.5HPMear, :ur, isen, ,lls, C-. cod . V ,,,,1, 2 . "63 AntiqueAutos Che0,,:,' I'06 271 54,I.
: - 1.r175 0m. MM ner UDT,ma �. I1 5 i, url atoT . r 7F.. $ 00, ru, t.gll 334 511- or,, I ',,-,lI . r i. ,, -.''e- . 5,l .r sIC rr, Ford 79' F100, runs good
TrLT., Delu1 e t r. Fsh ,g ,Sup.4. a- iV. h 1 ": r,"C-3c-' 1.. mh I .1 -60Z;. mu 3 ? I2 $11` -l Bose, PSR, DvD, Exc $1200 OBO call 850-209-
$r2o. Rea,,9d1 C 5.. ,.ng T4n-. 'd-'1. 'Sat'. Ri-I & 1yir Sir-ST Ford '02 Taurus SES cold Mitsubishi 03' Lancer, Sil- Columbus, GA. $16,500, $21,800, Call 334-299-
ProCraft '90 16 ft. Fishing er, $18.60 sil4.7745 .12 r 35 ' -,.. . ,....,nC d1 d 10 AS, ,r, 9 air, tilt wheel, cruise ver w/gray interior, serious inquiries only, i3331.,o r uise ,p ow r i -
Boat, 75hp Mariner, exc 334.790-1:isi r, e-, 2,re;-.e,1,. icl-. $,.no. (.ii 3:1 ;91 control, leather, power 116K, exc. cond., runs CII 3 1(7061569 2t '_,21r'mirrr reg. cab,c's3n
Pontoono60 520'2 .;eats,sunroof �73K.great .,r... ,,',,I rg.a,80-5
Pontonchaser 505H.wil ,ps 1l.'54 A 05. -ondi ,3 , -, $6,595. 334-792-2724 owner $4,900., 080 .',,'e~l .rrI,
Yamaha. Garaged. Like T1r1Tuo. 9,.d ,.,.,,l,,.... 0o', ,.,lr '.r5;, rilT , .,.'.-- Ford "35 Montana GT, Call 478-955-7021 .. p I.
new.1,900O. BumpeWo r poll toy hauler, 64,900 mile. $2.v0 hS66,:, r.,T. Trl-r n,,:r,. -,r.d- IS'. S , -1,, Convertible, $4200 obo 1
65 H P Johnson, trolling $ 14,800. O B O . P lease Ford 1991 C lass C , r bu nl6 o.67 h-ia .. . .c n e 24b k
motor. Depth finder call334-598-2675 onatf, 2 A/C's,wg,:,3, H,)n1; S,:,:3 aT, i8s0 Chevy4043Avaancho3". m lear m nO covedt24
and more. $2700. OBO condition. $6000 w BI,:-.r-.,,It.Gbr, asmt cover. onk
334-701-1408. Sprinter 1999 5th w heel nance. 334-793-5248 ge I, i ,l n p o.rr, ..e'vy 4' A al-- Exce lle n c ed Z7 ,on ien t condition $30000 Sac rfce
27ft, w ith slide out N2 0 ir , ,l " r, Ecr.llent, F ul ly oaded i 7 8K. sae $23 ,800 o r B i AFS
&trailer'Mercury115 new hitch. $9500 334- ery 39ft, 2 slides. 3303 u r'.1 ':- r'o. 8 __ i_.__,. _ ____i_
H aiker0 M oer ry r1150 0 805-3058 HP diesel, very n.,:,, ,? 'dl,, B.ITS :n : . .in - 3133/797-5341
HLknw$10005 .r-$90,000341-5c jtian334445. ..iW2 o e e
334-792-085.or Prowler '98 5th Wh. 31 ft. 6933066,00-in8ord506 MeutJ T t",h3t4.445.Ec50:,1 07 6 Ma ho 2e d 283el
334-714-0401. living & dining slide, 6933. 66,000Dmi. Folg blue,
N it ro 7 5 0 '0 4 b o a t m o to r f u ll s z . b a th . Q n . b e d . D a m o n bnt r u d e r 0 0 ' L o a d e d , s t e re o.lo g h lu eb la c k e a t h e r M i t se 2 6bur2o d r . 8 ll
&trailer. Mercuryy115 end kitchen/oak cabi: 35ft. ClassAdesign- It's Motorcycle r$4Newti5 3nO., premium sound, GTV6Loadedlthr,6dsk orgnal $3,000. 334-
1nets, exc. do0d. eK2 GSeasonroCat133 900 loaded 5sp. 20700 mi cd, htd seats, fin. avail. 798-0504or691-5335
334-792-0885or $12,500.334-791-1783 slides, 2 AC,2 TV's - EDUCED $8. 89 0r. Cal $17I00 . 1nhn .34 -77
side by side frig in Own your ownl il 58.34,,', ,,4:,,:,r is, ,,,il4-7I', .l

432-1061 or 774-7120 log. $4800 334-794-7103 $75K. 334-790-3480. 8457 2958 or (334) 685-0117 8024 850-849-9045 .3772. $3,500. 00 677-2805aft 5 714-4210 or 677-6007

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Ford 1993 F i55 t 5vlh
excelleai 5 7 nd,clt , Aut. 97.
wpel r tyideg T kr 4. .C A "
wheeler 334 5821 25
FORD 06 F250 XLT. 4WD.
Diev-l. While. 68K
miLe, 525.000 OBO ..

exc. cond. $14,900. 334-2-" . 1
Chevy Blazer'01,White ISUZU '00 RODEO,
Ford '99 Lariat F250, Su- AT 6-cyl 4WD, 130k, PB BRONZE, Auto. 6-cyl., 2

tires, 8" lift, 105k mi, 793-0677. $6500, 334-774-5405.
889-0043/740-497-3152. Chevy 2005 Equinox LS Isuzu '99 Rodeo LS,
4CUV AT, AC, CD, only black, auto, 6cyl, 2WD,
Ford'07150 Supercrew 59k miles, V6 Retail 108,000, good condi-
Larriat4X4whitesand $12,575 your price tion, $3500. 334-873-
color,w/tan leather $10,750 WOW we're 4234 or 334-435-0290
8Kmi. fullyloaded, ving them away! Jeep 1996 Chroee 4x4
bedcover."$29,500 quality Motors 334-684- Jeep19961chrok, 4,
334-708-572. 2126 Mauto, cold air. 150K. All
334-798-5725. 2126 power, runs good $3500
Ford 91 XLT, Runs.BodyChevy '07 Tahoe, 9K mi. OBO 334-693-5268 or
good, Needs head gas- LT2, Bose, leather.3rd 334-790-5984
?et. $1100 obo. 334-693- row seating, rear mon Jeep '05 Grand Cherokee,
3141. No callsafter9PM tor. Like new. Remoteep '05 Grand C, A/Cherok, CDee,
Ford '07 XLT 250 start. $26,000 OBO. 334- extra clean, $18,500.
Supercab 4x4 Diesel. 794-3609 334-792-0645.p
Maroon and grey. 6,000 Chevy 2004 Tahoe, load- Jeep 01'Grand Cherokee
mi. Gooseneck ball in ed, leather, 3rd row Laredo, cream color, bug
b e dt. E x c e I I e n t seating rear AC, good shield, side visors, roof 6
condition. $29,500. Call miles, mint cond. Retail rack, clean inside & out.
334-693-9220. $18,500 Sale $13,900. 97k miles runs great.
GMC '06 Canyon, 5 cyl., 17K We're giving them $6500.850-547-.5292 - 0
mi., loaded, like new, away! Quality Motors '0
crew cab,Asking $16,500 334684-216 Jeep '0 5 Rubicon,
OBO, Call 334-797-4576 $18,500, V6, auto AC,
'... Chevy'O7TahoeLT2, 46K mi.. new BFGoo- d
GMC '07 2500 Duramax. Beautiful!Crimson driCr. ll Terran lir.
Crew-cab, 8 ft. bed. red, leather Bose 13 34699.81-68.80 5910
Loaded! $30,000. Call sound, 2nd rowr rd91 Wranil.'r. 4 c.1
334-714-0210. captain's chairs 3rd g,:,,:,d ,h,- new otri
GMC '00 Sierra SLE row seating, remote Rh.n, ted , ine
Extended Cab. Gray. All start, 21mpghwy ,n.Side. '.i) CI., 334.i
power! Excellent Flex Fuel, back-up 88 64459
condition. 138k mi. sensors 26,000
$8000. 334-791-3081. miles. Great You Naie it
condition! $28,900- Cii.i.hed Ha" It" -
GMC '07 Sierra 1500 V-6. Located in Enterprise
Long wheel base.
White. Exc. cond. Call 662-801-8257
Cruise Control, tape
player 1187 mi
14,90 673-1642 or
Infinity "04 F) 1 45. 38.000
miles. fully loaded.
navigat'on. rear e 06 iraeIr 4.0ri L.r
camera. gravi.n. r. Jeegl .6u, lAC P.r3 dr
Limited. 4x2, 4.0L in-line 6 Chevy '01 Tahoe LT, 116k I, r,50 , 34-771-
cyl. Black w/gray leather mi., sun roof, Ithr. 3rd 2116 after 6PM.
interior. Pwr drs/win/mir seat heated seats40K mi. WhiTV,
&seats. AM/FM/Css/CD. ALL power, new tires 2nd Jeep 200 Wrangler, 4.ortL
Tilt/cruise. 152K mi.New fact. wrrnty. $12,500 spd, AC$ PS, soundbar

Nissan '04 Titacoma 200kCrew Loaded 40K mi . White
to. 8-cyl. 4 WD. 47,000, owner Exc. Cond red, 33,000K mi, exc.
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ing payoff, Call 334-333- 0131.
0797. Chevy '00 Tahoe, LT, 4x4,
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Toyota '97' Tacoma 200k 145K, winch & brush Loaded.51kmi.$7500
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good condition, bedlin- 9130or205-907-0861 Land-Rover '99 Range
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6186 ox 334-797- Chevy '00 Tahoe, LT, 4x4 Rover HSE 4.6, ful ly
68black in/tan leather: loaded, 95K mi., $9,900,
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on drive trans WOW
R a 0 Si.........RE..a;l 12l."50 Sale.
627 334-6 4.212i
P�u 'h , 200 air. I onr Dodge uI Ourango. Bur-
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tar. 181 mi .. qigrre 2 WD I 100O.L:ade d.
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leather. towS package.
1 3.5L0K miles 524.750
Fora 2001 Escape VLT AT,
AC. V6. ,all power 69K
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ESV, 1 owner, 92 K mi., giving them a .ay' YOur -
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main, ng, asking Quality Motors 334-684- Silver, exc. cond.67K
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you aPrie looking Ford '99 Expedition, ,0 .
3 s .4 8 TOYOTA '04 Sequoia.
1977 Chevrolet Blazer White, Auto. 2 WD. 74K
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Mickey Thompson tires, very clean. Greal cond
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$2,500.00 ..
Price Negotiable Ford '99 Expedition, 4.627301
Call 334-734-3900 Eddie Bauer.. Rear- air
3rd seat. 5.4 V-8. Lthr. Chevy '88 cargo van 109K
Chevrolet'99S1OBlazer, Exc. cond. CD changer. mi. exc. cond. new
Good A/C New trans., $5995.334-794-2935. tires, $2,500. 334-774-
i w/warr., new tires, 2791.
clean, runs great!!!! Ford '98 Expedition, 4.6
$3900.(334) 596-5032 eng., 1 family, never Ford '00 Windstar LX, all
been wrecked, $6200 electric, gold w/ beige
*Chevrolet '02Tahoe LT OBO, Must see to ap- interior, very good
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2WD. 91,000; Loaded,889-1700
Great cond. .$12,000 Ford '07 Explorer Eddie -
O.B.O. (334) 726-0193. Bauer, V6, 3rd row seat -'*'
Ford '04 Explorer V-8 34K
mic.New tires, btaocw
hitch, Grey w/ black
bottom. I5k m. Sunroof, 3rdt. Grey many Ford '03 Windstar, Lt.
extras. $15,500. 334- Green, Minivan. 49k

Chevrolet '01 Tahoe LT.conB. $9,800, 791-9484.
4x4, leather. 1 owner.
85k mi. Sunroof, 3rd Ford 2000 Conversion,
seat. Exc. cond. top quality by Mark III,
$14,500. 334-360-0774. like new, leatherfully
Chevrolet 1999 Tahoe loaded,must see $9950
Z71 black, new 350 en- Ford '98 Explorer XLT. OBO 334-687-3171
gine, factory warranty Fully loaded. Rear air, GMC 1998 Safari Van,
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inch rims, leather, load- lent shape. $3995. 334- Air, Very clean, Exc-
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SELL! 334-430-3652. Ford '05 Explorer XLT, 334-677-7748/803-3058
. * 4XJ. White. Lesther Nissan '04 Quest. White,
-' : 220 97i m,. TOn Pack- 58k mi. Loaded, War-
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CHEVROLET 07 TAHOE S-1 clean, good condition .
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FOR $36.900 FIRM. Call 2000 GMC YUKON,_0_K

Chevrolet '02 Trailblazer
LT loaded, 4WD, 90K
miles, blue, great cond.,
$9,900, (334) 372-4822
or (334) 372-2415
Chevy 200 Blazer 4x4 LX,
99k mi., 4dr., auto, fully,
loaded, all pwr, white,
new tires, very clean.
$5,900 OBO. 334-598-
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er, On-Star, sulroof,
DVD Player, warranty,
$9,000 695-0119 leave
Infinity '08 FX 35. 4 mo.
old. 4,600 mi. Absolute-
ly immaculate. Loaded
with everything imagin- Pontiac'06 Montana SV6
able. Cost $48K. ill 50K m. powerdoor,
sell for $41,500 OBO. rear air, bVD,$16,100
Call 794-4148 or 797- 334-899-7520 or
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that the Town of Grand
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a proposed Ordinance to
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The passage of the
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consideredd by the Town
Council of the Town of
Grand Ridge, Florida, at
6:00 P.M. on Thursday, the
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Town of Grand Ridge, Flori-

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