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Jackson County Floridan

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Title:
Jackson County Floridan
Sunday paper issued from <1979-1985> as:
Sunday Floridan
Portion of title:
Floridan
Creator:
Jackson County Floridan
Place of Publication:
Marianna, Fla
Publisher:
Chipola Pub. Co.
Publication Date:
Copyright Date:
2008
Frequency:
Daily (except Saturday and Monday)[<1979-1995>]
Weekly[ FORMER 1934-<1955>]
daily
normalized irregular
Language:
English

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Newspapers -- Marianna (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jackson County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States of America -- Florida -- Jackson -- Marianna

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
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"Independent."

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Times-courier (Marianna, Fla. : 1947)
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Hurricane


season


Officials urge residents to prepare now


BY KATE McCARDELL
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
Last year's hurricane sea-
son was a busy one, though it
may have not seemed that
way. This year is expected to
be just as busy, if not more,
according to officials.
"Last season we had just
as many as was predicted,
they just didn't make land-
fall," said Jackson County
Emergency Management
Director Rodney Andreasen.
"This season is going to be
very busy."
The season begins June 1,
with the National Oceanic
and Atmospheric
Administration predicting 12
to 16 named storms this year.
The season ends Nov. 30.
The probability of at least
one major hurricane landfall
on the Gulf Coast, from the
Florida Panhandle westward
to Brownsville, is at 44 per-
cent; which is 14 percent
higher than the area's aver-
age over the last century.
Florida Hurricane
Preparedness Week is from
May 25 through May 31, and
Andreasen said preparedness
before June 1 is the best way
to be safe during the season.
"We're asking people now
to plan for a seven day's
supply for their household,"
said Andreasen. "Because in
those first seven days after a
hurricane hits, our focus will


Rodney Andreasen
be search and rescue and
security."
Those looking for guid-
ance on how to get ready for
the storms may visit
www.floridadisaster.org.
The Web site includes a
printable list of emergency
supplies, and offers a sugges-
tions for a disaster plan.
Andreasen said the State.
of Florida will no longer pro-
vide ice to areas hit by hurri-
canes.
"Stock up on ice. If you
can store a lot of ice, do it,"
said Andreasen.
He said medicine is also an
item on the list that people
should take care to remem-
ber. '
"Weather radios, of
course, are also a really good
thing to have before, during
and '-,'r a storifi," said
* Andreasen.'
He said Florida residents


shouldn't take news of a hur-
ricane. lightly.
"If you get a 'storm the size
of, say, Hurricane Katrina, if
it came into Bay County you
can see damage up to 200
miles inland. There's no
place in the state that's more
than 90 miles from a coast,"
said Andreasen.
He said Jackson County is
47 miles from the coast.
"I have a bad feeling at this
time every year," said
Andreasen.
While he may not hold
confidence in the weather, he
believes the areas team of
local emergency entities will,
handle things well..
"Our team is great. I have
no doubts about our abilities
They have my. 100 percent
confidence," said Andreasen.
He said those entities are
scheduled to meet again on
May 30 for a hurricane exer-
cise.
Andreasen said that with
the year-round work to pre-
pare the county for hurricane
season, he actually gets a
break during the season.
"When hurricane season
starts we kind of get,a break
because we're ready, we're
prepared," said Andreasen.
He said the county's shel-
ter at Marianna High School
is ready to accoiiinodate
people .during a hurricane,
including "a special needs
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Divers from around the

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most unique resource
BY KATE McCARDELL
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
Coming from Walton County, Bill and Susan Von
Hoene made one of the shorter trips to get.to the National
Speleological Society Cave Diving Section 2008
Convention and Workshop this weekend.
The cave diving convention is being held for the first
time in Jackson County, with the area's renowned under-
water caves luring those who seek a challenge made
worthwhile by the sights down below.
More than 260 people pre-registered for the conven-
tion, with many more registering on-site.
Participants of the event are coming from all over, the
-world, representing at least nine countries: Australia,
England, Germany, Ireland, Mexico, Sweden, New
Zealand, South Africa and the United States.
Chanley Carter, former county commissioner and cur-
rently a member of the Tourism Development Council,
. said that in the last four or five years, there's been a sig-
nificant increase in divers' attention to the area's under-


Robert Pawlak and Bill White talk during a meet and
greet picnic Friday for the National Speleological
Society Cave Diving Section 2008 Convention and
Workshop. - Mark Skinner / Floridan
water caves.
He said that increase has a lot to do with the good con-
dition of the springs, effort by local entities and local
divers, and the Internet.
See UNDERWATER, Page 7A >


Growing fruit, vegetables aloft takes hold


BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
For some folks, half the joy of gar-
dening is crawling around on hands
and knees, getting dirty, and doing
battle with bugs and weeds.
But for others, the physical
demands of growing vegetables and
fruit make it an impossible or dis-
tasteful endeavor.
Enter the age of hydroponics,
which offers an alternative way to
grow.
Walter and Terri Mosier have
turned the method into a thriving
local business.
Located on Standland Road near
Cottondale, Mosier's Family Farm
offers organic fruit, vegetables as
well as all-natural dairy and eggs.
Customers can select something
See GROWING, Page 7A >


Terri Mosier trims off some produce
farm. - Mark Skinner / Floridan


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This mobile home.at 1322 Clark Road near Graceville was declared
a total loss after a fire Friday afternoon. No one was at home when
the fire broke out and fire departments from Graceville, Campbellton
and Jackson County Fire Rescue responded to the fire as well as
departments from Southern junction and Rehobeth in Alabama. The
Red Cross has been contacted to assist the resident. Donations can
be made to the area Red Cross to help the residents. - Mark
Skinner / Floridan


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Weather Outlook


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Today t'h


will be sunny and hot n
e afternoon. It will be a
sol night. - Jessica
osler / WMBB


High - 91'

Low - 64�


Tomorrow Happy Memorial
Day. It will be a'
High - 87� sunny, warm and dry
SHigh- 87 day.
SLow - 63�


., l Tiesday It will be a sunny day
with clouds building
1 High - 880 by the evening
Low - 670


Wednesday Expect a cloudy day
with a.chance of
High - 900 showers and storms,
especially in the
S Low - 67 afternoon.



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w%,'arm. There's a
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PRECIPITATION


24 hours: 0I.0"
Month to date: 2.04"
Normal month to date: 4.21"


Year to date: 31.39'
Normal YTD: 31 69"
Normal for Near 5S.25"


ULTRA VIOLET INDEX


0-2 Low, 3-5 Moderate, 6-7 High, 8-10 Very High, 11+ Extreme

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THE SUN AND MOON


Sunrise:
Sunset:
Moonrise:
Moonset:


5:41 AM
7:36 PM
12:12 AM
10:13 AM
NUTI-


May May
20 28


June June
3 10


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MARIANNA POLICE
The . Marianna Police
Department listed the fol-
lowing incidents for
May 23, the latest --
available report: One -I?
reckless driver, two
suspicious vehicle, 'ZR ]
two suspicious per- *
son, one information,
three disturbance, one bur-
glary alarm, one fire alarm,
one fight in progress, two
loud noise / disturbance, one
animal complaint, two cat
complaint, one assisting
another agency, 10 public
service, two miscellaneous
and seven traffic stop.

JACKSON COUNTY
SHERIFF'S OFFICE
The Jackson - County
Sheriff's Office listed the
following incidents for May
23, the latest available
report: One abandoned vehi-
cle, one animal complaint,
one assist another agency,
three burglary, four distur-
bance, one forgery / fraud,
one funeral escort, four
information report, one juve-
nile report, one larceny, one
loud noise / music com-
plaint, one patrol request,
three public service, one
stolen vehicle, two suspi-
cious incident / person /
vehicle, one traffic accident,
22 traffic stop, two transport,
two trespassing, one warrant
arrest / prisoner in custody
and one reckless driver /
vehicle.


JACKSON COUNTY
CORRECTIONAL FACILITY
The following persons
were booked into the
-a - county jail during the
E= latest reporting peri-
-- �ods:
ME - Crystal Stone, 35,
--- 4279 Cedar St.,
Marianna, hold for
Pinellas County.
- Andres Vasquez, .41, 5
Watson Rd., Marianna,
D.U.I., leaving the scene of
an accident.
- Vickie Childs, 45, 1190
Lakeside Rd., Alford, tres-
pass after warning.
- William Grant, 40, 2933
Milton Ave., Apt. 7A,
Basford, worthless checks.
- Terry Williams, 40, 1938
Wagon Lane, Marianna, tres-
pass, resisting arrest without
violence, possession of drug
paraphernalia.
- Maurice Williams, 31,
6222 Kay Lane, Greenwood,
failure to register as sex
offender.
- Tayron Jenning, 28, 2902
Penn Ave., Apt. A, Marianna,
possession of controlled sub-
stance with .intent to distrib-
ute, possession of narcotic
paraphernalia, tampering
with physical evidence.

JAIL POPULATION: 205

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


COMMUNITY CALENDAR


May 25 - Sunday
* The First Baptist Church of Malone
hosts a Baccalaureate Service in honor
of Malone High School seniors, at 2
p.m.

May 26 - Monday
* Disabled American Veterans and
Sneads American Legion sponsor a
Memorial Day Ceremony to honor all
veterans, at 8 a.m., at the courthouse in
Marianna. WFEC President Bill Rimes
will be the guest speaker. Call 579-
1070.

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
526-4403.

May 28 - Wednesday'
* The City of Jacob City hosts a
"Meet & Greet" at 1 p.m., in Jacob City
Park. Refreshments will be served. Call
557-3454 or e-mail'
jacobcity@wfeca.net.
* The Southeastern Community
Blood Center's mobile unit will be
accepting blood donations at Sunland,
from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Call 526-4403.

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 3i - Saturday
* The Jackson County Farmers'
Market is open Tuesdays, Thursdays
and Saturdays,' frori 6:30 a.m. uritil all
fresh produce is sold out. This state cer-
tified farmers' market accepts the
FMNP/WIC and Elder Affairs coupons.


June 1 - Sunday
* Today is the discount deadlirie for
the Miss Freedom Pageant (p.k.a. Miss
Firecracker Pageant); entries accepted
at the door. Contact Vernon City Hall
for an application, (850) 535-2444.
June 2 - Monday
* Quit Smoking Now classes begin at
Jackson Hospital Cafeteria Board
Room at 6 p.m. No cost to attend; free
nicotine replacement .therapy available
for participants. Curriculum developed
by ex-smokers for those who want to
become ex-smokers themselves. To
register, contact Brigitta Nuccio at 718-
2562 or bnuccio@bigbendahec.org.
* The Sneads Carlisle Rose Garden
Club's final meeting for 2007-2008
begins at 11:30 a.m., at the log cabin
in Sneads. The meeting will 'be a
workshop to plan for the year ahead
and set up programs for future meet-
ings; "brown bag" lunch.

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 Jackson County Senior
Citizens will be taking applications
for the Jackson County Farmers'
Market Coupon Program June 5 and
June 12, from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Applications can be completed *on
these dates at the Jackson County
Board of County Commissioners
Office on Madison Street, across from
the courthouse, Marianna. To qualify,
applicants must live in Jackson
.County, be 60 years or older and sub-
mit the following: Picture ID (no fam-
ily photos); all household, members'
social security cards or proof of num-
ber from Social Security Office (no
Medicare cards); and all household


members' proof of income (no bank
statements). Call Abbie Burdeshaw at
263-3401.
* 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.

June 7 - Saturday
* The Chipola Dulcimer
Association's sixth annual June Jam
starts at 10 a.m., in the Alford
Community Center. All acoustic
musicians welcome. Come to play or
listen. Accommodations are air con-
ditioned. Bring a covered dish for
lunch. Drinks, ice, cups, forks and
plates provided. Call 482-3819.
* The 2008 Watermelon Pageant
starts at 12 p.m., in the Washington
County Agricultural Center on
Highway 90 in Chipley. Applications
for the pageant are available at
Carolyn's Fashions, Railroad
Avenue, Chipley, 638-8386. Pageant
proceeds benefit Tri-County'
Community Council's Toys for Tots
program.
* The 32nd Annual Glisson Family
Reunion and the 14th reunion of the
244th Port Company of the 495th
Battalion will be at the American.
Legion Building, Highway 90 West,
Marianna. Bring a covered dish. Call
592-2685 or (863) 533-4409.
* Big E Loves The Kids Fun Day
starts at 11 a.m., in the Milton
Pavilion, Marianna. Free hamburgers,
hot dogs, chips and soda for all the
kids. Moonwalk, clowns, pony rides,
balloon toss and music by DJ
Diamond D. Call 272-2443.


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


READER'S GUIDE To THE JACKSON COUNTY FLORIDAN


How To CONTACT US:
Telephone: (850) 526-3614 Fax: (850) 482-4478
E-mail: editorial@jcfloridan.com
.Mailing Address: P.O. Box 520
Marianna, FL 32447-0520
Street Address: 4403 Constitution Lane
Marianna, FL 32447
Office Hours: Weekdays, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
CIRCULATION
Missed Delivery: Subscribers should receive their newspa-
per no later than 6 a.m. If you do not receive your newspa-
per, call the Floridan circulation department between 7 a.m.
and 5 p.m. weekdays, and 7 a.m. and 11a.m. Sunday.
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 mall, three months,
$38.70, six months, $77.40, one year, $154.80.


ADVERTISING
The advertiser agrees that the 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.
LETTERS POLICY
The Jacksoln 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.


HOW TO GET YOUR NEWS PUBLISHED
The Jackson County Floridan will publish news of general inter-
est free of charge. Submit your news or Community Calendar
events via e-mail, editorial@jctloridan.com; 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.
PUBLICATION DAYS
The Jackson County Floridan (USPS 271-840) is published
Tuesday through Friday and Sunday rhornings. Periodical
postage paid at Marianna, Fla.
POSTMASTER
Send address changes to Jackson County Floridan, P.O. Box
520 Marianna, FL 32447


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PUBLISHER / REGIONAL ADVERTISING
* SALES MANAGER......................VALERIA ROBERTS
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MANAGING EDITOR............................. DAVID PALMER
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CIRCULATION MANAGER..... ....... DENA OBERSKI
doberski@icfloridan.com
CREATIVE SERVICES........................ JOHN DAVID ADAMS
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Panama City Low - 12:00 AM 'High - 1:10 PM
Apalachicola Low - 2:10 PM High - 10:00 AM
Port St. Joe Low - 12:20 AM High - 1:45 PM
Destin Low - 2:35 AM High - 1:40 PM
Pensacola Low - 1:15 AM High - 2:10 PM

RIVER READINGS Reading Flood Stage
Woodruff 39.7 ft. 66.0 ft.
Blountstown 1.8 ft. 15.0 ft.
Marianna 5.7 ft. 19.0 ft.
Caryville . 1.9 ft. 12.0 ft.


POLICE ROUNDUP


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.


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FLORIDA NEWS BRIEFS


Man pleads guilty, will
testify in homeless
beating death
FORT LAUDERDALE -
One of the three men accused of
fatally beating a homeless man
as he slept on a park bench
pleaded guilty Friday and
agreed to testify against the oth-
ers. William Ammons, 20,
could have gotten a life prison
sentence if convicted at trial of
first degree murder. But under
an agreement with prosecutors,
Ammons pleaded guilty to
third-degree murder and aggra-
vated battery and will face
between 10 and 20 years in
prison.
Police said Ammons and .two
others fatally beat 45-year-old
Norris Gaynor during a violent
spree in which two other home-
less men were also attacked but
survived. One of those Jan. 12,
2006 attacks with baseball bats
.was captured on surveillance
video and broadcast around the
world - a clip that also led
police to the suspects.
Ammons confessed his role
in the attacks in a videotaped
statement to police, a confes-
sion his lawyer sought unsuc-
cessfully to have thrown out. In
the Gaynor attack, prosecutors
said Ammons fired pellets from
a paintball gun but did not
inflict fatal injuries.
Broward County Circuit,
Judge Cynthia , Imperato set
Ammons' sentencing for Aug.
20. No trial date has been set for
co-defendants Brian Hooks, 20,
and Thomas Daugherty, 19,
both of whom have pleaded not
guilty and are being held with-
out bail.
Teen in middle-school


School Menu
Monday, May 26
NO
SCHOOL
MEMORIAL
DAY


murder case ruled
competent for trial
MIAMI - Two mental
health experts say a teenager
accused of murdering a class-
mate in Miami is competent to
stand trial. But his lawyers
argue that he is- not guilty by
reason of insanity.
A judge said at a competency
hearing Friday that 18-year-old
Michael Hernandez was found
capable by the experts to stand
trial in the 2004 killing of his
middle-school classmate. The
teen's lawyers have requested a
full hearing on the issue. That
will be on Tuesday.
The 'new evaluations were


ordered after Miami-Dade
County jail officials gave
Hernandez medication.
Hernandez faces life in prison
if convicted of fatally stabbing
14-year-old Jaime Gough.
Hemandez was also 14 at the
time and has confessed to the
killing.
Authorities arrest
Miami man found
with missing III. teen
MIAMI - Authorities have
arrested a Miami man they say
was found with a missing 15-
year-old girl from Illinois.
FBI officials say 49-year-old
Heriberto Torres-Rodriguez was


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arrested Friday morning in Opa-
Locka. The girl, Roza Ahmad,
of Shiloh, Ill., was found with
him. Her condition is not yet
known.
Authorities say a tip to the
Orlando Police Department lead
to a residential address in Opa-
Locka, where the two were
'found along with another man.
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To give a little clarifying background informa-
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. . fissure caries, which are described above, occur
..i. in the grooves and rough places on the biting sur-
faces of back teeth, and smooth surface caries,
which primarily occur between teeth. Because of
the physical difficulty of actually accessing the
area between teeth, smooth surface caries detec-
tion is primarily accomplished by radiographic
methods (x-rays).
TIn the days before fluoride, caries detection
regarding pit and fissure caries was much easier.
Caries develop in a tooth through the enamel, entered the softer dentin
and spread rapidly through this vulnerable tissue. Then the unsupported
enamel, which is very rigid, fractured like glass under biting pressure.
Literally, the enamel "caved in", hence the term cavity. Today's fluoride
strengthened enamel is not so likely to fracture under the same circum-
stances, making caries detection much more difficult. Often we find
extensive caries occurring in teeth with a very small surface lesion.
About five years ago, a well respected, dental hand-piece manufacturer
named Kavo came out with a new product for caries detection they called
a Diagnodent. This small hand held device is actually a small laser. The
laser beam is directed into the tooth, and the reflection of the beam
changes based upon the texture and color of the dentin underneath the
enamel. This reflection is ready by the machine, and a digital numerical
readout is produced which identifies carious tissue. While some caries
are obvious in the advanced stage, Diagnodent can locate caries in the
early stages, before the entire tooth structure is in danger.
As we become more and more preventative and proactive in our
approach to medicine in general, the Diagnodent is a welcome diagnos-
tic tool. Now tried and true, this little device is part of most dentist' arse-
nal for disease detection. In dentistry, as in many medical modalities, far
too many decisions must be made on gut feeling or intuition. The
Diagnodent, like the radiograph, provides another bolus of information
upon which the dentist can develop a complete treatment plan for his
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BY MARSHA MERCER
MEDIA GENERAL NEWS SERVICE
WASHINGTONI-- Nothing
says capital-D Democrat like the
lions of the left from Minnesota
- Hubert Humphrey, Eugene
McCarthy and Walter Mondale.
With such cozy ties, you'd
think Democrats would be flock-
ing to the Twin Cities this sum-
mer for their presidential nomi-
nating convention. And well
might they be, had the
Republicans not jumped in first
to claim the Twin Cities. The
Democrats will meet in Denver
Aug. 25. Come Sept. 1, the party
of George W. Bush will gather in
the Xcel Energy Center in St.
Paul. Visiting St. Paul this week,
Republican National Committee
chairman Robert "Mike" Duncan
claimed Minnesota will be in
play in the general election,
despite recent polls that show
Hillary Clinton or Barack
Obama would beat John "
McCain. He said Iowa and
Wisconsin are also important


swing states. Minnesota hasn't
voted Republican for president
since Nixon in 1972, but the
GOP is encouraged by John
Kerry's beating Bush by only
three points in 2004. Al Gore
beat Bush by only two points in
Minnesota in 2000.
And, pollsters say, if McCain
were to choose Republican Gov.
Tim Pawlenty as his running
mate, that could change every-
thing. Whatever. The
Republicans could have taken
their convention to Tampa-St.
Petersburg, which was a finalist
for the convention, and a state
that's really in play. The South.
has been solid for Republicans in
presidential elections, but signs
are that the South is getting
squishy. Barack Obama, the pre-
sumptive Democratic nominee,
cited the recent congressional
win by Democrat Travis Childers
in Mississippi as evidence that
state will be in play this fall.
Republicans should be shoring
up their base in the South rather
than taping "Kick Me" signs on


their backs in the stronghold of
the Democratic-Farmer-Labor
party. They could have gone to
Florida, where George Bush's
brother was a popular governor.
Instead, they're taking their king
their flag pins and funny hats to
St. Paul, where Mayor Chris
Coleman, a DFLer, said in "wel-
come" remarks on the city's Web
site, "This opportunity is not
about politics - it is about busi-
ness." The four-day convention
is expected to bring an economic
jolt worth $150 million to $160
million. But for the political par-
ties, the conventions are about
nothing butpolitics - firing up
the faithful, reintroducing the
nominee and launching the fall
campaign. McCain's first choice
to run the convention was a lob-
byist, Doug Goodyear, who once
represented the military junta in
Burma. When Newsweek report-
ed the connection and that
Goodyear's firm was paid
$348,000 in 2002 to burnish the
junta's image, Goodyear
resigned. Guests arriving at the


Minneapolis-St. Paul
International Airport surely will
be reminded that it's the site of
the "Larry Craig bathroom," so
named for the Republican sena-
tor from Idaho who was arrested
last June for allegedly soliciting
sex in a stall. The fun at
Republican expense has already
begun. The St. Paul Saints base-
ball team this weekend is pass-
ing out a "bobblefoot" keepsake
that consists of a miniature bath-
room stall with lower legs and
feet. One of the feet "taps." It's
supposedly in honor of National
Tap Dance Day, the Star Tribune
reported. My guess is Larry
Craig won't attend the baseball
game or the Republican conven-
tion. But Democrats in the home
of Humphrey, McCarthy and
Mondale won't let the
Republicans forget Craig. And
Republicans in the South may
not find the Yankee humor aimed
at their party funny at all.
- Marsha Mercer is
Washington bureau chief of
Media General News Service.


LETTERS TO THE EDITOR


Citizens, chamber
thanked for gifts
Dear Editor:
On behalf of the administra-
tion, faculty, staff and students of
Marianna High School, J would
like to thank the Jackson County
Chamber of Commerce, area
businesses, and the citizens of
Marianna for their generous
financial gifts.
Your readers have read in
recent weeks about the drive ini-
tiated by the Jackson County
Chamber of Commerce to raise
funds to send five Marianna
High School teachers to an
intensive reading conference
next month. This conference will
give our teachers the access to
specialized strategies needed to


help our underachieving students
improve their reading skills. We
know that if a student has good
reading skills, they will be more
successful in their other courses
of study.
The success of this drive is the
result of many months of com-
munication and planning
between the Chamber and MHS.
Open communication between a
school and its community can
only strengthen our students'
educational experience and sub-
sequently our community's
future. Marian Wright Edelman
once wrote, "Education is for
improving the lives of others and
for leaving your community and
world better than you found it."
We hope this is only the begin-
ning of a new partnership


between Marianna High School,
the Jackson County Chamber of
Commerce and the Marianna
community. We are excited about
the possible opportunities before
us, and look forward to reaping
the benefits of this project. We
hope the community will contin-
ue to take an active role in the
education of our students by vol-
unteering time and other
resources as they feel led.
Randy Ward, principal
Marianna High School
Food drive a success
Dear Editor:
On behalf of the board of
directors of Family Stop-Over
House and the children we repre-
sent, I thank the citizens of


Jackson County who participated
in the recent U.S. Postal Service
Food Drive.
To Postmaster Steve Wyman,
Karen Robinson, who oversaw
the details of the drive, and to
Joe Byler for all his help in sort-
ing for distribution, and to all the
carriers who made that extra
effort to collect the food that
made the drive a success, we
extend our appreciation and grat-
itude.
The variety and condition of
all the food we received was top-
notch and so very welcome in
this time of soaring food items.
Thank you, each and every
one.
Joan Andrews, president
Family Stop-Over House
Marianna


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"Oh, the internet has helped greatly," said
Carter. "Divers from all over the place
come across our caves on many different
Web sites."
The TDC helped sponsor the event.
"This kind of event causes a spill-over
effect," explained Carter. "The visitors eat
at our restaurants, buy gas here, sleep in
hotels, here. And the visitors enjoy their
stay. It's a win-win situation."
The Hoenes have said they've gone
cave diving in Jackson County around
200 times and have dived all three of the
county's underwater caves, Jackson Blue


Growing Cont


from the cooler, or step out in the fields
and pick their own produce. The beauty
of U-pick on this farm is that you don't
have to bend, stoop or kneel to get to the
harvest.
Their produce is grown in containers
attached to poles or "vertical towers" far
off the ground, easy to pick from a full
standing position.
Their plants are not grown in soil, but
in a more reliable substitute material with
a balance of nutrients the owners can bet-
ter control.
They don't use herbicides, for there are
no weeds. According to a flier about the
farm, the method uses much less water
that traditional gardens - 85-90 percent
less, they say. Few pesticides are needed,
and all of those are organic. Instead of
harsh pesticides, the Mosiers use things
like dish-soap, vegetable oil, hydrogen
peroxide, baking soda and other non-tra-
ditional methods to discourage bugs.
Their bounty includes tomatoes, straw-
berries, lemons, sweet potatoes, apples,
shallots, carrots, blueberries, potatoes,
red and green bell peppers, a variety of
herbs, broccoli, cauliflower, spinach, let-
tuce, collards, mustard greens and much
more. Much of the produce is grown on
the farm, which uses organic practices but
which is not officially organically certi-
fied. But a good bit also comes from the
same vendor who supplies New Leaf
Market in Tallahassee and others who sell
certified organic produce. .


(at the Blue Springs swimming area),
Hole in the Wall and Twin Cave.
They favor Jackson Blue because its
bigger and easier to access than the oth-
ers.
"It's great. Everything looks great this
year. The county has been very respon-
sive. We love the stairs they put in at Blue
and we are really thankful we now have
keys to the bathroom. That makes the
experience much better," said Susan Von
Hoene. She said the Jackson County
Sheriff's Office also deserves credit for
keeping track of divers by having them


Walter Mosier said his family is trying
to create a "community supported agri-
culture operation."
"A group will hire a farmer to grow
their stuff for them, knowing they'll get a
box full of assorted vegetables they've
ordered in a certain period of time, and
knowing where,it was grown and who
grew it.," Mosier explained. "People
already come from Panama City, Destin,
Dothan, once a week. My wife sends out
email with availability and prices, and she
boxes it up for them to pick up. One per-
son may pick up for five families, some-
times: It's working out well for us. It's
amazing how many people are looking
for this. She's got over 150 people on her
mailing list."
The Mosier family takes pride in the
farm, saying in the flier that "this method
increases field crop production by up to
,six times." They make it clear that they
believe they're surfing and creating their
own peaks in the wave of the future. The
operation began as a way to fulfill a per-
sonal need, after a homeopathic physi-
cian told Mosier's ailing wife and daugh-
ters that they should start being more
careful of what they ate in terms of the
food's exposure to chemicals, pesticides
and preservatives. They started small
after a few months research and the oper-
ation has grown - but up, not out - by
way of maximizing the benefit of vertical
space.
"It's a simple matter of economics and


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them are pretty. We lik
the rock formations. I
lenge," said Bob Von ]
The convention coi
activities being held at
Most of them are opera
The event is set to
when divers may visit
do some more diving.
For more information
Speleological Societ3
cdsworkshop.org.


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Home - Maddox Chapel
4278 Lafayette St.
Marianna, FL 32446
850-482-2332
www.jamesandsikesfuneral-
home.com

William A. Payne


William A. Payne, 52, of
* � Marianna died Friday, May
- , 23, 2008, at Marianna Health
- -- and Rehabilitation Center.
- A native of Dublin, Cfa., Mr.
Payne had .resided in
Marianna for .the past five
S - * * years. He was a U.S. Army
- - - - * veteran and Baptist by faith.
He was preceded in death
by his father, Parkey Payne;
and a brother, Darrell Payne.
Survivors include two
daughters, Heather Rene
Payne Ritchie and husband,
Steve of Phoenix, Ariz., and
Jessica Leeann Payne of
. - Jacksonville; his mother and
stepfather, Freda Payne Porter
. - - and Terry Porter of Cypress;
one brother, Steve Payne of Ft.
Lauderdale; two sisters,
Belinda McLane and husband,
Alan,. and Pamela Clark and
nued From Page 1A husband, Darrell, all of Grand
Soffice.Ridge; the mother of his chil-
ue and most all of dren, Debbie Payne of
ke to see the fossils, Jacksonville; and the wonder-
ts t fo l ful staff of Marianna Health
t's just a fun chal- and Rehabilitation Center.
Hoene. Funeral services will be at
ntinues today, with 10 a.m., Monday, May 26, at
.Blue Springs park,' the Cypress Baptist Church,
n to the public. with Ralph Harrell officiating.
wrap up Monday, Burial will follow at Cypress
area attractions and Cemetery with James & Sikes
So the Natioal Funeral Home - Maddox
on on the National Chapel directing
y, visit http://nss- Chapel directing.
The family will receive
friends, from 4 to 6 p.m.,
Sunday, May 25, at Maddox
Chapel.


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the desire to eat clean, fresh, tasty food
grown locally in a way that is good for the
environment," the flier explains.
"Preserving the land and supporting sus-
tainable agriculture is essential for the
future." Based on the farm's numbers,
Mosier is doing that; he has 20,000 plants
growing on one-third of an acre.
There are 20 plants of strawberries
growing vertically in one square foot of
area, and that scenario is typical on the
farm.
"Without small farms, the future is
bleak for many families in rural areas,"
the flier continues. Without small farms,
prices of produce will rise and quality
will decrease. - Without small farms,
imports will increase. Growing it fast and
shipping it farther has become a standard.
Quality of nutrition has suffered and will
continue to suffer unless we change our
practices."
Mosier said he's got more organic pro-
duce available to buyers than three of the
major area supermarkets combined, and
is convinced that local people want local-
ly-produced food that will help them
avoid lapses in quality and the high prices
that come with over-the-road shipping
costs.
The farm has been in operation about
two years and is open Tuesday through
Saturday from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. The
Mosiers can be reached at 850-326-6168
and at 850-415-0812.


James & Sikes Funeral
Home - Maddox Chapel
4278 Lafayette St.
Marianna, FL 32446
850-482-2332
www.jamesandsikesfuneral-
home.com

Cora Lee Mitchell

Cora Lee Mitchell, 74, of
Sneads, passed away
Thursday, May 22, 2008, at
her residence.
Ms: Mitchrll was born in
Lynchburg, Tenn., lived in
Jackson County since 1952,
retired from Florida State
Hospital and was a longtime
member of the El Bethel
Assembly of God Church.
Survivors include one
daughter, Janice Sheffield of
Sneads; three sisters, Elise
Darsey and husband, Glenn of
Florence, Ala., Mary Odis
Pitts and husband, Ross, and
Ada Alice Taylor, all of
Fayetteville, Tenn.; two grand-
children, Jeania Hamilton and
husband, Steven, and Jody
Sheffield, all of Sneads; five
great-grandchildren, Brice,
Evan and Kason Hamilton,
and Tristan and Icy Lee
Sheffield.
The funeral service will be


at 2 p:m., Sunday, May 25, at
El Bethel Assembly of God
Church, with the Revs.
Michael Stephens and
William Walker officiating.
Burial will follow in Dykes
Cemetery with James & Sikes
Funeral Home - Maddox
Chapel directing.
The family received friends
from 6 to 8 p.m., Saturday, at
James & Sikes Maddox
Chapel.

National Cremation and
Burial Society
5641 Highway 90 West
Milton, FL 32583
850-623-2205

Alivin A. (Al) Helms

Alvin A. (Al) Helms was
born Sept. 17, 1931, in rural
Jackson County, near Malone.
Al graduated from Malone.
High School in 1951. He let-
tered in baseball and basket-
ball and was a student leader.
He graduated from Florida
State University with a bache-
lor's degree in business man-
agement in 1955.
Upon graduation from col-
lege, Al joined the W.T. Grant
Company, where he managed
several large stores in Florida,
Alabama, Texas, Tennessee
and Georgia. He opened and
managed the Grant store in
Milton where he made his
home. The company went out
of business in 1975.
Al managed a restaurant,
owned an IGA grocery store
and a real estate firm at vari-
ous times in Milton. For the
last 12 years, he was a real
estate broker at ERA Bill
Wallace Realty.
Al was an active member of
the Christ United Methodist
Church and enjoyed the fel-
lowship of the church and the
Milton community. He was a
member of the Milton
Kawanis Club.
Al Helms is survived by
Jeanie Kelly, his loving spouse
of 13 years; a son, Randall
Arris Helms (and Dee) of
Grand Ridge; a stepson, Lee
Kelly (and Elise) of
Independence, Mo.; two
grandchildren, Randy, Jr. (and
Cori) and Jared; three great-
grandchildren, Gabe,
Cameron, and Kendall; a
brother, Ted Helms (and
Phyllis) of Tallahassee; two
uncles, Houston Helms of
Tallahassee, and Troy Tidwell
of Marianna; and a loving
extended family that he loved
dearly.
Visitation will be Saturday,
May 24, 2008, from 10 a.m.
until service at 11 a.m., at the
Christ United Methodist
Church, Milton. Interment
will follow at Hickory Grove
Cemetery in Malone.
National Cremation and
Burial Society is in charge of
arrangements.
In lieu of flowers, donations
may be made to Christ United
Methodist Church, 5983
Dogwood Dr., Milton, FL
32570.


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SECTION B

Crossword.......5B

Comics ..........5B

J.C. Life ..........2B

Local ..........3,4,6B


Above: Mark Gay admires one of explorer and artist Jill Heinerth photos
Saturday at the National Speleological Society Cave Diving Section 2008
Convention and Workshop. Below: Andre Shirley, David Schott and Becky
Kagan check in at for the National Speleological Society Cave Diving
Section 2008 Convention and Workshop meet and greet Friday. - Photos
by Mark Skinner/Floridan


Divers and vendors were talking shop at the National Speleological Society Cave Diving Section 2008
Convention and Workshop Saturday. - Mark Skinner/Floridan



Pecan customers find taste for Amish food


For the


love of bod

As a teenager I spent a lot of time
in art classes.
I attended art classes in school, as
well as at an art center during the
summer.
One summer, feeling like I was
mature enough, I signed my mom's
name on a permission slip that would
allow me to take life model classes.
Life model classes, for those who
don't know, consist of drawing or
painting a naked model. .
It's rather amazing: Some of these
models can hold a naked pose for
hours without moving.
Most of the models in the class I
took were quite old.
The first day was incredibly awk-
ward for me. Obviously, I wasn't as
mature as I thought.
But after that, bodies became art.
God's creations had wrinkles, age
spots, scars and sagging skin. Each
model's body was a canvas for life,
and on each one, the results were
beautiful.
I learned to appreciate my own
appearance more, even the freckle on
my lip that had always embarrassed
me. (At that age, that's about all I had
to complain about.)
That summer I learned a great les'-
son: As hokey and cliche as it
sounds, everyone is beautiful in their
own way.
I think that ,lesson helped after I
berthed my first child, and, like most
mothers, my body was changed for-
ever. Instead of lamenting my belly, I
saw it as my badge of motherhood. I
was proud of my pudge. Still am.
The beginning of the school year
that followed the art class came with
another lesson.
It was the first day of school and I
walked into my advanced chemistry
class and sat down next to my best
friend.
The bell rang and my new chem-
istry teacher, an elderly gentleman,
walked into the room.
He looked so familiar, but I could-
n't place him.
He introduced himself and began
an exercise that involved each stu-
dent taking a turn introducing them-
selves.
My friend next to me finished
introducing herself and the teacher's
eyes turned to me. He jumped a little,
looking startled. His face turned red.
'What's wrong with, him?" I
thought.
For the next week, my chemistry
teacher acted strangely toward me. It
was really starting to confuse me
because I had no idea what could be


Kate McCardell


That's Life


wrong.
Then one day we were taking a
quiz. The room was silent as every-
one worked. The teacher was sitting
up at his desk.
Out of the corner of my eye, I saw
something familiar. It was the
"thinker pose."
There, my chemistry teacher sat,
resting his forehead on his fist; with
his'other hand on his hip.
"Oh no!" I yelled out into the quiet
room.
I had realized that my chemistry
teacher was one of the life models I
had sketched. There at his desk, he
was practicing one of his modeling
positions.
Awkward.
And that's how my parents found
out that I was sneaking into art class-
es that they never would have let.me
attend.
I had to -explain to them why it
was, exactly, that I really wanted to
switch into another science class as
soon as possible.
In each person's quest for knowl-
edge or experience, every effort ends
with a good lesson and a bad lesson.
Before we try something new -
whether it's a class, a new relation-
ship, or some sort of change - we
should remember to ask ourselves: Is
the good lesson going to be worth the
bad lesson?
That summer, I learned to love my
body, no matter what it looks like.
Good lesson.
I also learned what my grumpy, old
chemistry teacher looked like naked.
Not such a good lesson.
But I think in that particular case,
despite how grounded I was after my
parents found out, it was worth it.


BY CARLA LEE .
Mil.,IA GENERAL NEWS SERVICE , ,

In a world where convenience often counts more than
actual taste, the Amish have cornered a niche in the food
market by going back to the basics.
Freshness and natural flavors are making Amish brands
such as Troyer Cheese, Amish Wedding Foods and Black
Buggy fly off the shelves at Shute Pecan Company in
Dothan.
"Once a customer comes in to try one of'their products
for the first time, they come back for more and'usually try
something new at the same time," said Sandy Hodge of
Shute Pecan Company. "We have a ton of repeal business
"We even have some who comes in every week or so to
do their grocery shopping - they load their carts down."
Hodge said she isn't sure if it's Ilui most of their prod-
ucts are naturally'sweetened and without the unpronoun-
cable preservatives or if it's just the taste that people can't
seem to get enough of.
"The Amish work ethic is legendary," she said. "They
don't take any shortcuts, and they don't us(eany chemi-
cals.
"The little things I find out and learn about the products
make me want to know more."
Shute Pecans began stocking Amish products about a
year and a half ago. A vendor gave owner Jean Shute a
gift basket filled with jams, relishes and fruit.
"I ate on that basket all weekend and couldn't get over
how everything tasted so fresh," she said. "On Monday, I
called the guy and told him I had' to find out how to get
more."
The business became the regional distributor of Troyer
products after Shute discovered the nearest location was


more than four hours away.
The store now stocks an almost endless selection of
products including jams, fruits, vegetables, relishes,
pasta, butter, many cheeses, meat, soups, pickles, cider
and even barbecue.
"We get new orders in every two to three weeks and
each time, I expand our product line by two or three
items," Hodge said. "It has added to our business in unbe-
lievable ways." ,
The local store's top seller is the pickled baby beets,
which is also the top product nationally, according to
company Web site troyercheese.com.
"I think people are looking for the health benefits found
in fruits and vegetables like beets and pomegranates,"
Hodge said.
In addition, the quick turnaround time of Amish foods
adds to the freshness of the product. "I've heard that they
pick the beets just before daybreak and by noon, they are
in the jar," she said.
Hodge compared the strawberry-rhubarb jam to jelly
her grandmother would have made. The company pro-
duces their products in smaller quantities than most tradi-
tional products found on grocery-chain shelves.
"They still make it in small batches rather than mass
produce for flavor," she said. Most are made 20 jars at a
time.
The Troyer Cheese Company, which also produces
Amish Wedding Foods and Black Buggy, used the same
principles more than 40 years ago in Millersburg, Ohio,
when it was started by Amish farmer Jonas A. Troyer.
"When my father started the business, he felt that peo-
ple would respond to the simplicity and superior flavor of
our products," said John Troyer, one of the owners.
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Bo is a 9-month-old male
bird dog who is very
friendly.


Ginger is a 2-and-a-half-
year-old female bulldog-
mix who has been
spayed.


Jennie is 2-year-old
female lab mix.
- Photos by Mark


Nate is a 5-month-old
male St. Bernard mix.


Partners for Pets on Parade


To adopt one of these pets,
stop by the shelter at 4011
Maintenance Dr., in Marianna
or call 482-4570. Hours are
Monday through Friday, 10
a.m. to 3 p.m., and Saturday
10a.m. to 2 p.m.
Adoption fees are $65 for
dogs and $55 for cats, with a
$50 deposit on unaltered ani-
mals.


The adopter receives a $40
voucher to use at the veterinar-
ian of their choice, for
spay/neuter fees.
Once the spay/neuter voucher
is returned by their veterinari-
an, the $50 deposit is refunded
to the adopter.
Dog Obedience Training
classes will be offered at the
Partners for Pets shelter on


Saturday from 8 to 9 a.m., at
$5 an hour and taught by Sonny
Fortunato. He can be reached
at 693-0908 or 482-4570.
Thanks to all the players,
sponsors, merchants and volun-
teers that participated in "Putts
for Mults" and the Bark-A-
Thon held recently to benefit
Partners for Pets.


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LIFE LE


SUNDAY




'Diving into the future'


*y The National Speleological Society Cave Diving Sectifi 2008 Convention
and Workshop, which continues today at Blue Springs. park, is an opportunity
for cave divers and the public to learn the latest on the underwater experience.


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2B - Sunday, May 25, 2008 * Jackson County Floridan


Nobles turned 1

Halli Blair Nobles' of
Marianna celebrated her first
birthday on Feb. 26, 2008.
She is the daughter of Brad
Nobles and Katrina Nobles of
Marianna.
Her siblings are brother
Trenton Nobles, 12, and sister ,f .g.
Hannah Nobles, 7.
Grandparents are Hilda
DeSercey and the late Kenny
Burch of Grand Ridge, and 1. 3,
Cynthia Lowrey and the late '' ---- . .
Leon Nobles of Marianna. . '
A party was held on March 1
at Halli's home. Halli Blair Nobles


Pooles welcome daughter

Mark and Ashley Poole of
Sneads announce the birth of a
daughter, Emma Reese Poole,
on March 10, 2008. She was
born at 3:27 p.m. at Flowers
Hospital in Dothan, Ala.
At birth, she weighed 7
pounds, 3 ounces, and was 21
V2 inches long.
Maternal grandparents are
Danny and Teresa Pettis of
Sneads.
Paternal grandparents are
Mack and Frances Poole, of
Sneads and Ann Gilley of
Dothan, Ala. Emma Reese Poole



Johnson celebrates 8


Morgan Johnson of the
Dellwood community cele-
brated his 8th birthday on
April 29, 2008.
He is the son of Wade
Johnson and Jenny Pope
Johnson of the Dellwood com-
munity.
His Grandma is Eldis Pope
of Dellwood and his grand-
mother is Deloris Johnson of
Moultrie, Ga.
A party was held on. May 3
at 2 p.m. at Thomas Porter
Park in Grand Ridge.
Friends and family enjoyed
a Transformer cake, ice cream,
chips and drinks.


Morgan Johnson


Harkriders welcome son


Max and Amanda Harkrider
of Marianna announce the
birth of a son, Hoke Allen
Harkrider, on Feb. 5, 2008. He
was born at 5:26 a.m. at
Southeast Alabama Medical
Center in Dothan, Ala.
At birth, he weighed 8
pounds, 12 ounces, and was 22
inches long.
He joins a brother, three-
year-old "Little Max."
Maternal grandparents are
Chuck and Angela Calloway
of Leesburg, GA..
Paternal grandparents are
Lane and Ella Mae Harris of
Malone.


His great-grandmother is
Angenette Jordan of Malone.


Iveys welcome daughter

Mark and Lisa Ivey of
Panama City Beach announce
the birth of a daughter, Alexis
Paige Ivey, on March 20,
2008.She was born at 4:44 '
p.m. at Gulf Coast Medical
Center in Panama City.
At birth, she weighed 8
pounds, 7 ounces and was
203/ inches long.
She joins a brother, 2V2-year ,
old Ethan Tyler Ivey.
Maternal grandparents are .
Jim and Nell Young of "
Marianna and Ralph White of - . f.
Cottondale. '
Paternal grandparents are
the late Max and Faye Sutton
Ivey, who had lived in
Bonifay. Alexis Paige Ivey



Jackson County Life policy:
* Birthdays - photographs with copy are free for chil-
dren 12 years old and under and adults 90 years old and
above. There are no exceptions..
All other birthdays, including those signifying special
birthdays such as 40th or 50th, must run as paid advertise-
ments. * Weddings - $35 for the first 250 words. $20 for
an additional 150 words. One photo is allowed per wed-
ding. * Engagements - $35 for the first 250 words. $20
for an additional 150 words. One photo is allowed per
engagement. * Anniversaries - Free for the 50th, 75th
and any anniversaries above 75. Anniversaries in this cate-
gory may include up to two photos - an early years of
marriage photo and a present-day picture. Anniversaries
that do not meet the requirements for free placement cost
$35 for the first 250 words and may include one photo. A
second photo will cost an additional $20. Also, a charge of
$20 will be added for each additional 150 words.The
Jackson County Floridan reserves the right to edit all
advertising and news content submitted for publication.
Deadline for Sunday is Wednesday at noon. Send sub-
missions to editorial@jcflroidan.com or mail them to P.O.
Box 520, Marianna, FL, 32447. Call 526-3614.


JACKSON COUNTY LIFE




In a funk


What to do when your appliances

foul the air in your home

BY JULIE YOUNG
MEDIA GENERAL NEWS SERVICE

Garbage disposals, dishwashers, washing machines, sink
drains -- how could fixtures that are regularly flushed with
soap and hot water smell so horrible? And what's that odor in
the vacuum?
"Think about what you're putting in there," said Julie
Edelman, author of "The Ultimate Accidental Housewife" and
an expert on toxic house smells. "Drains are like your arteries.
Stuff gets stuck in there."
Don't feel guilty if your home has a few funky zones,
Edelman said in a phone interview. "Don't get bent out of shape
when something reeks. We have to lighten up."
Her solutions may not be perfect or environmentally correct
-- "We can't become the queen of. green overnight; it's OK to
do the best you can" -- but they're simple, practical and inex-
pensive.

Garbage disposal

Cause of smell: Failure to run water long enough when
grinding waste; failure to send down only shredworthy stuff
Solution: Always use cold water when running the disposal.
Throw in a few ice cubes occasionally to clean and sharpen the
blades. Use one of the following biweekly: Pour a bit of white
vinegar and baking soda down the drain, watch it bubble and
chase it with a dousing of hot water OR give it a teaspoon of
bleach followed by a hot-water rinse. Finish either treatment
with a zest -- throw in a lem6n, lime or orange wedge and grind
it up.

Dishwasher

Cause of smell: Leaving grimy dishes in too long before
washing; mold from standing water; routine gunk buildup
Solution: Check the strainer on the bottom or back and
remove any debris. Every two months, fill the soap dispenser.
with white vinegar and run a full cycle without any dishes to
remove gunk, debris and funky smells.

Kitchen drain

Cause of smell: Failure to scrape debris, particularly grease
and fat, 'off dishes before washing them in the sink, leading to
backups and clogs
Solution: Scrape debris directly into garbage. If that's too
much trouble, wash the dishes in hot, soapy water, clean food-
stuff out, of the strainer and continue running hot water down
the drain for two to three minutes. If you've already OD'd your
drain, pour a half-cup of baking soda down the hole followed
by a half-cup of vinegar. Let it sit until it gets foamy. When the
bubbling stops, pour in a kettle of boiling water. Repeat if
needed.

Washing machine

Cause of smell: Fungus spores that collect on residue left
behind from detergents and fabric softeners, leaving a moldy,
mildew smell that is transferred to fabrics; mold that forms
under the lid and rubber ring of the tub


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Solution: Pour a gallon of white vinegar into the washing
machine and run it on a hot-wash cycle without clothes. A new
product called Smelly Washer powder claims it will eliminate
smells with only one tablespoon of powder added to a hot
cycle. A year's supply sells for $16.99 at www.smellywash-
er.com.

Microwave

Cause of smell: Failure to clean food spatters and spills.
Solution: Wipe up messes immediately with a microfiber
cloth dampened with white vinegar. Don't forget to clean the
seals. Squeeze juice from one lemon into a small microwave-
able bowl filled with water. Add the lemon halves to the water
and put the bowl in the microwave. Zap for five minutes. Let
the bowl cool before removing. Wipe the microwave out with
a damp cloth.

Refrigerator

Cause of smell: Stale or spoiled food; spilled gunk built up
on shelves
Solution: Clean the interior every two weeks. Empty items
and discard anything that smells, has expired, has turned color
or has changed consistency. Wipe bottles, jars, containers and
other frequently touched items with a store-bought multipur-
pose spray or undiluted white vinegar. Remove shelves and
bins and wash them in the sink in hot, sudsy water. Dry thor-
oughly to prevent mold from finding a new home. Clean rub-
ber seals and dry thoroughly. Put a thin coat of Vaseline on the
door seal to keep it from. drying out and prevent mold and
mildew from growing.

Vacuum cleaner


Cause of smell: Unavoidable musty smell
Solution: Sprinkle talcum powder or coffee
hard surface and vacuum up for a fresh scent.


grounds on a


Beware the dirty dozen icky places


BY JULIE YOUNG
MEDIA GENERAL NEWS SERVICE

W here are the grimiest places in the
* world?
Forbes recently named Baku,
* Azerbaijan, the planet's dirtiest city.
: But in a recent issue of Health maga-
zine, Charles Gerba, professor of envi-
ronmental microbiology at the
University of Arizona, and a panel of
: experts found some nasty spots that hit
a little closer to home.
The researcher nicknamed "Dr.
: Germ" came up with the following


"dirty dozen":
Kitchen sink. Typical drains contain
500,000 bacteria per square inch.
Scrub frequently.
Airplane bathrooms. The mile-high
bacteria club.
Load of wet laundry. Think what
goes into the washer. Now think about
washing underwear separately.
Transfer wet laundry to the dryer
quickly so germs don't spread.
Public drinking fountain. From
62,000 to 2.7 million bacteria per
square inch.
Shopping cart handles. Saliva, bacte-
ria and more. Wipe them down.


ATM, vending-machine and elevator
buttons. Use your credit card, car key, :
an elbow -just don't touch. If you do, *
use antibacterial hand cleaner after-
ward.
Handbags. A fashionable petri dish.
Never sit them on a floor.
Playgrounds. Children present.
Mats and machines at health clubs.
Wipe them down.
Bathtub. Typically more than
100,000 bacteria per square inch.
Scrub after each use.
Office phones. Wipe them down.
Hotel room remote. Again, use anti-
bacterial wipes.


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Finding the most important things in life


What is the most important
thing in life to you?
This sounds like a question
without complications that
doesn't require much thought.
I guess that depends on who
you're asking the question.
While doing my radio pro-
gram some years ago in
Washington D.C., we had a
segment of the program where
we asked people on the streets
and work areas of Washington
D.C. questions that were
"food for thought."
One of our questions was:
"What is the most important
thing in life to you?
We were rather surprised at
some of the impromptu
answers we were given.
Answers like family, children,
health and a job were some-
what expected. We all know
that money is one of the most
important things we need in
life in order for us to take care
of living expenses. The overall
emphasis on money, prestige
and success was consistent in
the answers dealing with the
most important things in life.
Surprisingly to me, in many
instances material things were
chosen over God, family and
friends. Life is a learning
experience, but there are a lot
of people that spend years put-
ting their heart and soul into
assets, occupations and goals
that bring wealth, before they
realize they are not being sat-


isfied or fulfilled. Happiness
and peace of mind are very
elusive in their lives.
Get rich schemes abound,
from the executive offices to
the streets filled with drugs
and shady characters. Greed
and the love of money have
infiltrated our lifestyle. Maybe
that's the reason so many peo-
ple that we questioned put
money and material things at
the top of their list. One of thL
things we learned when we
asked the question - "What
is the most important thing in
life to you?" - was that some
of the most unfortunate people
chose God and family, even
though they were going
through tough times. Others
who appeared to be doing well
put a great deal of emphasis
on money and more assets.
For some people in this life
money has become their god.
Just about everything they do
is based on how much money
they can obtain. Obsession
with money has led many peo-
ple to, an unfulfilled, unhappy
life. For example, the life of a
successful drug dealer with a
great deal of money can't be as
much fun as it is perceived to
be by our children and some
adults.
After all who wants to live a
life wondering who's really
your friend, who can you trust,
and when will someone try to
take what you have. Of course


knowing that at any time you
could be arrested and that
sooner or later you could be in
a cell or dead is really a terri-
ble way to live.
Often what becomes most
important to us in life is what
we learn from watching those
around us (our parents, sib-
lings and friends). Each of us
has an opinion on what's most
important in our life. I learned
that when everything is put in
the proper perspective, putting
our priorities in place is very
important.
One of the things that often
give us a jolt of reality is the
death of a loved one. Losing a
family member or close friend.
can be a devastating experi-
ence.
How often have you heard
statements like; "I didn't real-
ize how important they were
to me until they were gone", or
"if I could do it over again I
would have done things differ-
ently"? It is very important
that we teach our children how
to put the things of this world
in proper perspective.
This is a tough world, and
without guidance and direc-
tion our youth don't have a
good chance to succeed.
When babies are born into this
world they aren't preachers,
teachers, accountants, haters,
prejudice, hustlers, pimps,
loan sharks, con men, thieves,
or killers. Most likely their


Thomas Vincent Murphy

'lives will be based on what
they learn from us; sad in
many cases, but true. . The
sooner an individual can put a
solid value system in place
that determines the most
important things in their life,
the better. In doing so it will
eliminate regrets further down
the road of life. None of us is
perfect, but all of us can
improve our lives, if we want
to.
Why not began by asking ,
"What are the most important
things in life to me?"

-- Thomas Vincent Murphy
is a Jackson County resident
who writes about life and
entertainment.








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Observations from yard sale land


BY JIM COOK
MEDIA GENiRAi, Ni \vs SIER-vic
It's hard to put a price tag .on
one's life - the various tri-
umphs, losses, good calls and
mistakes - but if the yard sale
I had last weekend is any
reflection, the value of my
existence up until now is about
$160.
And the sad thing is, most
of the stuff I was selling was-
n't even mine.
The significant other and I
decided to have the yard sale
to clear away some unused
clutter in order to eventually
replace it with some more
unused clutter. Sorting
through things to sell is
always a difficult process.
Much of the difficulty lies in


the task of convincing the S.O.
of the logical and obvious fact
that while a tea set given to her
by her dearly departed grand-
mother should definitely be
hawked, it would be uncon-
scionable to sell your collec-
tion of beer koozies.
Like all yard sales, ours
started early. Really early. I'm
not talking get up to work or
go to school early, I'm talking
picking tomatoes early. We
were setting up our tables
around 6:45- a.m. when a cus-
tomer rolled up and said, "I
see you guys are getting a late
start." I'm not sure why peo-
ple think that crack of dawn is
the best time to sort through
other people's maternity'
clothes, semi-functional appli-


ances and KISS memorabilia.
Like most activities, I think
this could be put off until
about noonish, but alas, in
commerce the customer is
always right, even when
you're semi-coherent from
lack of sleep and caffeine dep-
rivation.
A few more yard sale obser-
vations:
-- "That smells good
because I wore it yesterday
and I just switched to a new
deodorant," "It'll only give
your kid seizures if he puts it
in his mouth," and "Those
syringes have only. been used
once" are not good things to
say to customers.
-- Holding a yard sale is a
good way to get a tan. Just


make sure you rotate a few
times during the morning or
else you'll end up with half
your face red like I did.
-- If you forgot to get a per-
mit for your yard sale and get
hassled by the authorities, go
ahead and say you neglected
to do so because "I believe
there's one law for me and one
law for everyone else." This
pre-emption of the standard
law enforcement question may
confuse the authorities enough
for you to get away with it.
-- If that doesn't work, tell
them it's not a yard sale, it's a
yard'sub-let because you rent.
That might confuse them.
-- The yard sale is not a
Saturn dealership. Sticker
price doesn't mean anything.


If you say a dollar, they say
fifty cents. If you say 50 cents,
they say a quarter. If you say a
penny, they'll try to give you a
circa 1983 Putt Putt token.
-- How couples visiting yard
sales behave is a pretty good
advertisement against mar-
riage. Eye rolling, deep sighs,
petty bickering over $0.50
lamp shades, etc. It never
ceases to amaze me that gay
folks are fighting for the right
to be just as miserable as het-
erosexual couples, and that
people who don't like gay
folks are trying to prevent
them from bringing this awful
curse down upon themselves.
It's like Skeletor trying to stop
He-Man from using a hair
dryer in the bathtub.


-- Don't feel too bad about
how that shirt you paid $50 for
only sold for $8. As long as
you got more for it than the 'lit-
tle guy in Vietnam who made
it gets paid in a day, you're
still golden.
-- By the early afternoon
you just won't care anymore.
Around lunch you'll get tired
of arguing why something you
paid $200 for should sell for
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Pollock takes survey, wins grill


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won for participating in WFEC's online member survey. -
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WFEC seeks

input from

member-owners
SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
West Florida Electric
Cooperative (WFEC) is cur-
rently conducting a member
survey through its Web site,
www.westflorida.coop.
WFEC member-owners
who complete and submit the
survey online will be entered
into a drawing to win an elec-
tric grill.
The information gathered
through this survey will help
WFEC design their products
and services to better meet
members' needs. LaNardo
Pollock'of Bascom was the
winner of April's drawing.
The grill was presented to
Pollock on April 25, by
Sneads manager, Member
Services, Patty Granthanm.
Prize drawings will be held
again in August. Click on the
online survey link in the
Energy Links' section for a
chance to be the next winner.


'Cinderfella' raises money for CHS SGA, cheerleaders


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
Cottondale High School's
Cinderfella Beauty Contest
was May 5, in the CHS gym.
The Student Goverhnient
Association (Savannah
Granberry, sponsor) and
Varsity Cheerleaders (Heather
Braxton, coach) hosted the
event, which raised funds'to
benefit both organizations.
Contestants were judged on
personality, feminine beauty,
poise and grace.
As each contestant came
out, they greeted the judges
and audience with a blowing
kiss, smile and Miss America-
style wave.


Each boy chose a female
name similar to his given
name.
Introductions were made as
each contestant explained why
he wanted to be Miss
Cinderfella.
Contestants were presented
with a sash, certificate and a
bag of candy. People's Choice
Awards were based on paid
votes from the audience.
The winners were as fol-
lows: Junior Miss Cinderfella
(middle school) - Edwin
Issac, winner; R.J. Davis, first
runner up; Drew Miles, sec-
ond runner up; Brandon
Brown, third. runner up; and
Robert Haid, fourth runner up.


People's Choice went to
Drew Miles.
Miss Cinderfella (high
school) - Nick Zolnoor, win-
ner; Kyle Wilkinson, first run-
ner up; Austin Goll, second
runner up; and Shawn Collins,
third runner up. People's
Choice went to Kyle
Wilkinson.





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Chipola nursing grads enjoy success in health field


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN

Chipola College nursing graduates Tracy and
Michelle Mears have made a name for them-
selves in the local health care industry.
After overcoming a traumatic event and
meeting the challenges of education, this hus-
band and wife nursing team is enjoying tremen-
dous success.
Tracy serves as RN Charge Nurse in the
Emergency Room of at Jackson Hospital in
Marianna. On paper, Tracy's story looks like
many other high-achievers, but his plans were
complicated by a serious automobile accident
in 1999. Tracy served as a Paramedic for more
than 14 years before the car crash changed his
plans. He suffered broken legs, a crushed ankle
and associated injuries that put him in a wheel
chair for several months.
"It was a lesson in humility," said Mears who
was accepted to Chipola's nursing program
after the accident. "When I met with Kathy
Wheeler (Chipola's Director of Health Science
programs) I hobbled in on crutches and breath-
less. I told her that I wasn't sure I would be able
to enter the program because I wouldn't be able
to walk very much. She told me she would do


whatever was necessary to ,-SS,
help me finish the program." H
That encouragement was
all Tracy needed. .He went ---
right to work, completing'
Chipola's ADN program and -
earning RN certification in
2004. Tracy continued his
education, earning the BSN
from FSU in 2006. He is
currently enrolled in the ...
Masters program at FSU in
the second year ofthe Nurse
Practitioner (ARNP) pro- -
gram.
Now Tracy is helping Chipola College
other health professionals and Michelle M
with their education. He themselves in the
teaches Advance Life Contributed phot
Support courses for the
American Heart Association
and serves as a clinical preceptor-a medical
term for mentor-for students in their final
year of the RN program at Chipola and the
University of South Alabama BSN program.
He has also worked in the Intensive Care Unit
at Jackson Hospital.


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nursing graduates Tracy (left)
ears have made a name for
e local health care industry. -
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Michelle
completed her
RN training at
Chipola in
1999. Since
then, she has
served at
J ac kson
Hospital,
Cal h o u n -
Liberty
Hospital and
Blountstown
Health and
Rehabilitation.
Currently, she
is a Senior RN
Supervisor at
Sun and
Center in
Marianna.


Michelle also taught some classes for a time
in Chipola's Certified Nursing Assistant pro-
gram. She has high praise for the Chipola nurs-
ing program. "The resources were readily
available and Kathy Wheeler really helped. The
availability of a nearby college with clinical in


Dothan was a big plus."
Of working together in the same field as her
husband, Michelle says, "We worked together
when he was an EMS captain and I was a nurse
at the hospital in Blountstown. We tried to look
out for each other and make recommendations
about patients. It was helpful to work together.
We can communicate without having to say
much at all. We both enjoy interacting with
people and helping people stay healthy."
Tracy said the roles of the nurse have
expanded tremendously since the couple joined,
the profession. The Mears' roles have changed,"
as well with addition of daughters, Brittany,
Nicole, who is four, and two year-old Heather.
LeAnn.
Kathy Wheeler, Chipola's director ofI
Nursing, says, "Michelle and Tracy Mears are-
great success stories for the Chipola Nursing
program. They possess the qualities- so highly
desired in the profession: compassion, knowl,_
edge and advocacy. They provide valuable(
services and serve as excellent role models for,
our community." . 'I
For information about Chipola's Nursing
program, call 718-2316.


Corrections Continuing education courses set at Chipo
courses set


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at Chipola

SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN

Application deadlines are,
June 3 and 5 for Chipola
College's next Basic
Corrections courses.
A day class is scheduled to
begin June 4. The course
meets from 8 a.m. to 2:30
p.m., Monday through
Thursday.
The evening class begins
June 10, and will meet from
5:30, to 9:30 p.m., Monday
through Thursday.
Applicants must be at least
19 years of age, be of good
moral character, possess a
valid driver's license, earn a
passing score on the Florida
Basic Abilities Test (FBAT)
and meet FDLE requirements.
Students are. encouraged to
apply early due to the exten-
sive application process.
Application deadline is June 3
for the day class and June 5
for the night class.
For information, call 718-
2394.


Summer

art classes

announced

SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
Chipola College will offer
Introduction to Drawing (ART
1300C) as a night class, and
The Purpose of Art (ARH
1000) during Summer Session
II.
Introduction to . Drawing
will meet Tuesday and
Thursday evenings from 5:30-
9 p.m., June 24 to July 31, in
the art studio of the
McLendon Fine Arts
Building.
The course will provide
basic drawing skills with
emphasis on perspective,
media, technique, and style.
No drawing experience is
required.
The cost is $215 plus the
cost of supplies.
The Purpose of Art (ARH
1000) will meet Tuesdays and
Thursday, June 24 through
July 31, from 1 to 4:30 p.m.
The three-hour. course is an
investigation into the origin
and development of the visual
arts as an expressive mode of
man, individually and collec-
tively.
The cost is $215 plus text-
book.
Both courses will be taught
by adjunct art instructor Kelly
Boehmer.-
While both are college cred-
it courses, either may be taken
by non-degree seeking stu-
dents. Summer II application
deadline is June 5.
For information, call Joan
Stadsklev at 718-2301 or e-
mail stadsklevj@chipola.edu.


SPECIAL TO ITHE FLORIDAN

Chipola College will offer a variety
of short courses in the coming weeks.
A Pre-School Appropriate Practices
course will meet Saturday, May 31,
from 7 to 5:00 p.m. Cost is $43.
A Real Estate Sales course will meet
Saturday and Sundays, Sept. 13, 14,
27, 28 & Oct. 11, 12, 26, from 8:00
a.m. to 5 p.m. Cost is $250.


Chipola also offers custom work-
shops. The following are available: Eat
That Frog: Stop Procrastinating and
Get More Done; Whale Done:
The Power of Positive
Relationships; The Pygmalion Effect:
Managing the Power of Expectations;
Discussing Performance; The Attitude
Virus: Curing. Negativity in the
Workplace; Team Buitding: What


Outstanding effort


From left, Carly Barnes, with Farm Bureau representative
Ginger Pittman, receives the Outstanding Proficiency Award.
- Contributed Photo.


Two higher degrees


From left, Cody Hughes, with Larry Moore, receives the
Chapter Degree and Star Chapter Degree. - Contributed
Photo


makes a Good Team Player?; and After
All, You're the Supervisor!
Gatlin Education Services (GES)
offers open enrollment, online courses
in: health care, internet graphics/web
design, business, law and travel.
Register online at www.gatlineduca-
tion.com/chipola.
Education To Go offers online pro-
grams in: computers, photography,


languages, writing, entertainment
grant writing, business, sales, account'-
ing, test prep, finance, health, child:
care, parenting, art, history, psycholo?
gy, literature, statistics, philosophy"
engineering, law and nursing.
For dates and course outlines, visit-
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For information about any of these'
non-credit courses, call 718-2395. L


Honorary FFA membership


Malone High School FFA officers present honorary FFA membership to Malone FFA Alumni
President Liz Jackson, center. From left, Lawson Mosley, Carly Barnes, Cody Hughes, Jackson,
Jesse Hughes, Chris Williams, Rett Daniels and Kacee Floyd. - Contributed Photo


Winners of Discovery degrees


Recipients of the Discovery
Degree, Sara Newsom,
Emily Stephe.ns, Brett Henry,
Niki Ferguson, and Katie
May. Sara Newsom received
the Star Discovery Degree.


AMISH
Continued From Page 1B


"We've harvested this belief.
over the years to make Troyer
a market leader but never lost
our core principles and tech-
niques."
I Troyer said the products are
never rushed into jars before
they're ready. "If it takes a cer-
tain amount of time to make a
product right, then that's what
we do," he said.
Local bakers are also dis-
covering the difference fresh
Amish ingredients are making
in their cakes and pies. "We
make our roll butter from the


first cream unlike most conm-
panies that use the second
cream," Troyer said. "This
makes the product richer."
Hodge said her company
selects " which products to
carry based on customer
requests.
"We have a lot of people
come in and say 'When I was
in Amish country, I ate at the
restaurant that had the best
noodles. Do you think you
could get that?'," she said.
That led the business to carry
more than 10 types of pasta in


various flavors, all of. which
are cholesterol free.
Amish goodness isn't limit-
ed to food at Shute Pecan
Company. A line of natural
lotions and soaps named after
the Troyer founder's wife,
Edna Lucille, are also popular.
In addition, the company
features Yoder's Good Health
Recipe tonic. Product litera-
ture claims it aids in the treat-
ment of arthritis, high choles-
terol, sinus congestion and
digestive problems, among
other things.


"When we first got it, I kind
of laughed, but when people
ne back with all these great
'es about how it helped
I had to reconsider,"
Hodge said. "If it were two or
tree I might not think much
of it I 't customers come in to
buy t 's for their relatives,
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Racing into first grade


At F.M. Golson Elementary School, kindergarten teacher Alison Williams makes prominent use of a racing theme in the class-
room. On Monday, May 19, students at Golson got a chance to see a real race car. Front Row: Trinity Robertson, Kam'rine
Saffold, Breyonna Johnson, Dekarion Sims, Teyonna Johnson, Treyson Mulder, Ashanti Spates and Noah Grantham. Back
Row: Hunter Smith, Alexis Taylor, Carly Lewis, Jeorgia Hall, Imani Williams, Alexis Rountree, Ayanna Jackson, Cole
Burdeshaw, Cody McNeal and Trevon Goosby. In Car: Williams. Standing: Krystal Lipford. Not pictured: Joshua Sanchez and
Haley McKinney. - Contributed photo


Pack 170 earns pins

for Wildlife Conservation


Above: Tiger Cub leader
Wilson Sanchez teaches
Jahn Sanchez and Kyle
Morgan how to make bird
feeders. Tammy and Ray
Morgan provide assistance.
Right: Wolf Scout leader
Mary Ann Hutton shows the
scouts a completed bird-
house. - Contributed pho-
tos


Sneads High School Beta Club members who attended
the recent Beta Club convention in Daytona Beach com-
peted with over 400 statewide delegates, bringing home
the following awards: Wreath Design, second place;
Philanthropy (they raised $500 for the American Cancer
Society), third place; Academic Quiz Bowl, fifth place.
SHS senior David Williams won first place in Math, sec-
ond place Scholarship (awarded $250), and third place
in Creative Writing. David will go on to compete at the
National Beta Club Convention in South - Carolina.
Winning the Marshmallow Race were SHS delegates
Dustin Croft, Kari Strickland, Austin Beauchamp, Kali
Pringle and Brooke Mcintosh. Karen Hall is the club spon-
sor. - Contributed photo



Hydrangea Field Day is June 7


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN

Cub Scouts from Pack 170
in Marianna completed their
unit of study on Wildlife
Conservation at their last den
meeting, with a wide variety
of activities under the instruc-
tion of Wolf Scout leader
Mary Ann Hutton.
As a result, each Scout will
be awarded a Wildlife
Conservation pin for their uni-
formi "
Projects included: Making
birdbaths and bird watching;
. studying endangered species,
the food chain and natural
resources; learning how ani-


GES students say


mals camouflage themselves
for protection; and instruction
from Brian Bearwood, a biolo-
gist who brought his turtles to
show to the Scouts.
At the May 16 den meeting,
Cub Scouts made birdhouses
out of gallon milk jugs.
The birdhouses; along -with
nesting materials, will be
given to the Webelo Scouts,
who will place the houses in
the woods in order to help the
bird population reproduce.
For more information about
Scouting, call Mary Ann
Hutton at 209-2818.
Or e-mail at cokehut@digi-
talexp.com.


Wolf Scouts show their finished birdhouses. Bottom row:
Calen Sims .and Ryan Mathis. Top row: Hunter Hutton,
Nicholas Walker, Austin Livingston and Noah McArthur. Not
shown: Michael Howard. - Contributed photo


'Thanks!' to BCF vols


Graceville Elementary School students Mason Long and Rebecca Hobbie join Mrs. Sarah
Odom in saying "thank-you" to Baptist College of Florida Food Service Manager Michael
Parrish and Assistant Manager Chuck Dunning for volunteering time to prepare and serve
food during two fundraising events at GES during the 2007-2008 school year. - Contributed
photo


'Free Your Mind'
book drive now
accepting book
donations
SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
The Jackson County
Youth Council has
launched Operation Free
Your Mind Book Drive.
Books collected will be
distributed to juvenile
detention centers, an effort
to increase youth literacy
within Florida detention
centers.
Drop-off locations are:
Marianna and Graceville
libraries, Grand Ridge
Town Hall, Malone's IGA,
and McDaniel's in Sneads.
For more information,
contact Linda Long at 594-
7543.

Boston butt sale June 14
The Northeast Jackson
County Optimist Club will
have its third annual Boston
Butt Sale Saturday, June 14, at
the corner of Highway 2 and
Highway 71. For tickets, call
209-0749.


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
The growing popularity of
hydrangeas over the last few
years has brought a host of
marketing campaigns and pro-
motions of new cultivars of
Hydrangea macrophylla.
Some are overseas-bred plants
being repackaged or renamed
for release here, while others
are new hybrids by home-
grown breeders.
The Hydrangea Field Day at
the University of Florida/IFAS
North Florida Research and
Education Center (NFREC)
will explore the new
hydrangeas and discuss which
perform best in North
Florida's rainfall, heat and
humidity.
Dr. Gary Knox will discuss
results of his side-by-side
evaluations of 47 hydrangea
cultivars. The study has been
tracking hydrangea budbreak,
flowering and growth for sev-
eral years, emphasizing newer
and re-flowering cultivars as
compared to a few older selec-


tions.
Following the indoor pres-
entation, Dr. Knox and volun-
teers will lead a walking tour
of the hydrangea garden,
where gardeners, growers and
landscapers can see flowering
hydrangeas first hand.
Sponsored by . Gardening
Friends of the Big Bend
(GFBB), Hydrangea Field
Day begins with registration at
8:30 a.m. EST, on Saturday,
June 7, at NFREC in Quincy.
Cost will be $5, payable to
GFBB at the door. Please pre-
register by calling 875-7100,
ext. 100. Pre-registered atten-
dees will receive two tickets
for door prizes. The program
is free to members of GFBB
who pre-register.
The University of
Florida/IFAS NFREC -
Quincy address is 155
Research Rd., Quincy, two
miles south of Quincy, at the
intersection of Highway 267
and I-10, about 20 miles west
of Tallahassee.


DCT names Student of the Month


David Cumbie, right, representing Marianna Toyota, as
Partners for Excellence in Education for DCT, presents Latoya
Holland with a check for being named Diversified Career
Technology Student of the Month at Marianna High School.
Latoya, a senior, is employed at Marianna Middle School as
a teacher aide. She is the daughter of Stephanie Holland.
Linda Basford is the DCT Club Advisor. - Contributed photo


GEO Group


treats teachers


Riverside Elementary School teachers and staff were
treated to steaks cooked by John Chafin of Graceville's
GEO Group, Inc., on Friday, May 9, in celebration of
National Teachers' Week. Teachers were also treated to
baked potatoes and salad prepared by the cafeteria staff.
- Contributed photo


Sunland names

Volunteer of the Year


Volunteers Services Manager Dawn Glover, left, pres-
ents the Volunteer of the Year Award to Cheryl Ganley
of Tallahassee. Sunland's annual volunteer appreciation
picnic was May 1, at the environmental park.
Approximately 150 volunteers attended the event,
which used the theme, "Volunteers... Plant the Seeds of
Kindness." Ganley received an appreciation plaque
and $50 gift certi icate. - Contributed photo


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Chipola steamrolls Connors State

22-2-on first day of national tourney


BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR
The Chipola Indians began
their quest for a second straight
national title Saturday against
Connors State in Grand
Junction, Colo.
If the Indians play as well the
rest of the tournament as they
did Saturday, a second straight
national championship may be
a formality.
Chipola hammered Connors
State pitching for 22 runs and
19 hits in a 22-2, six-inning win
to advance to Monday's second
round against the winner of
Walters State and Alvin at 3
p.m. local time.
The Indians got six runs in
the first inning and a whopping
15 in the sixth inning courtesty
of a pair of grand slams by
Tyler Bumgarner and Brett
Maxwell.
Moises Montero led the
Indians with three hits, two
home runs and five RBI.
Ryan Chaffee also drove in
three runs to compliment .the
eight total driven in by


Bumgarner and Maxwell.
Chris Berroa reached base
three times and scored three
runs, while Carlos Moncrief,
Marc Bourgeois, Adam Duvall
and Montero all crossed the
plate three times as well. .
Chipola hitters stunningly
reached base in 34 of their 51
plate appearances on the day.
It was a thoroughly dominat-
ing offensive effort from the
defending national champs.
Drew Parker was'solid on the
mound for Chipola, though he
hardly needed to be on this day.
Parker gave up one run on
five hits in five innings, while
striking out four and walking
just one.
The Indians gave Parker a
six-run cushion before the
sophomore threw his first pitch
of the day.
After Berroa and Einar
Atencio drew walks off of
Connors State starter Shane
Cameron, Carlos Moncrief
came up with an RBI single for
the first Chipola run of the
game.


Chipola's Marc Bourgeois rounds first base in a game earlier this
season. - Floridan File Photo


Montero then followed with
the first of his two home runs
on the day, this one a three-run
shot to put the Indians up 4-0.
A two-run single by Chaffee


to score Duvall and Bourgeois
completed the inning.
Chaffee added a solo shot in
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Dowling pleased with


Pirates as spring ends


BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR
The Sneads Pirates
and first-year head coach
Don Dowling concluded
their spring football sea-
son with a Blue-Gold
intra-squad game Friday
night at Citizens Field.
It was the Blue Team,
paced by Mark Lawson's
200-yard rushing effort,
who took the 25-13 win
over the Gold Team.
Lawson, who will be a
junior in the fall, scored
a pair of touchdowns and
carried the ball 30 times
on the night.
Fullback Jeff Davis
also rushed for 100 yards
and a touchdown on the
night and quarterback
Taylor Edge passes for
100 yards, while rushing
and throwing for a
touchdown.
"It went well,"
Dowling said of the
evening. "We had a lot


"We had a great
spring. I think the
kids have bought
into the new
system and are
enjoying it."
-Don Dowling,
Sneads coach

of folks show up and a
lot of bright spots. We
had the players divided
up, but when we put
them all together, I think
we have a chance to be
decent."
Dowling said he was
happy with how the
spring went as a whole'
and with his transition
from assistant to head
coach.
"We had a great
spring," the coach said.
"We ended up with 42


kids and they were fly-
ing around and hitting
each other. I think the
kids have bought into the
new system and are
enjoying it."
Dowling is imple-
menting the veer option
offense.
"With Lawson at run-
ning back, Davis at full-
back and Edge at quar-
terback, we've got three
guys who can make
things happen in the
backfield," the coach
said. "In the veer, it
gives all three a chance
to get the ball and make
plays, so the kids really
like that."
Dowling said that, in
this particular situation,
he preferred to have an
intra-squad game to a
jamboree against an
opponent.
"Of course you'd like
to play against an oppo-
nent to see where you
stand," he said, "but with


Sneads quarterback Taylor Edge drops back to
throw a pass during the Pirates' Blue-Gold game
Friday night in Sneads. Edge threw for a touch-
.down and rushed for a' score. - Mark
Skinner/Floridan


an intra-squad game,
you don't have to spend
all that time preparing
* for another team. It let us


just work on us and keep
working on fundamen-
tals, which we needed to
do."


Malone's Skeete


going to OW
BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR "I'm very


After three seasons as
head coach of the Malone
Lady - Tigers, Vernette
Skeete is moving on to the
junior college level.
The 24-year-old Lady
Tigers coach accepted an
assistant coaching posi-
tion at Okaloosa-Walton
under new head coach
Bart Walker. .
Skeete led the Lady
Tigers to the playoffs in
each of her three seasons
and was a basket away
from a state championship
in 2007, when Malone fell
to Pine Castle. Christian
38-37 in the 1A state title
game.
However, the opportu-
nity to coach in the
Panhandle Conference
proved too good to pass
on, according to Skeete.
"Okaloosa-Walton is a
great program ahd coach
Walker is a great coach,"
she said. "They really
want to be successful and
that's something I want to
be a part of, to build that
program back up in one of
the best conferences in the
nation.
"I'm very excited about
it. This is going to be. a
great challenge."
While she said she
enjoyed her time at


excited


about it. This is
going to be a great
challenge for me."
-Vernette Skeete,
Former Malone coach

Malone very, much,
Skeete said the decision to
leave wasn't as difficult as
one might think.
"It was hard with the
kids here and me having
watched them grow up,"
she said, "but it was not as
hard as you might assume.
We always talked about
being successful on and
off the court, so what bet-
ter than for me to be an
example for them.
"I think (the players)
understood. They'll miss
me, but they're happy for
me."
Skeete, whose teams
made it to at least the sec-
ond round of the playoffs
in each of her three sea-
sons, said that her coach-
ing experience at Malone
taught her a lot.
"I think I learned about
patience and how to better
motivate people," she
said. "I've always been
the type of person to work
so hard, so I assumed
See SKEETE, Page 4C >


Sneads' Perry preparing

to make college choice

By DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR
Former Sneads Pirates wide receiver/kick returned
Alex Perry will soon choose between FAMU and
Valdosta St. for his collegiate football services.
Perry will take the trip to Tallahassee Monday to
workout for the new Rattler coach Joe Taylor before
visiting Valdosta St. June 21.
Perry, who said he has a scholar-
ship offer from both FAMU and
Valdosta St, said that Taylor wanted
him to come to'the FA1MUT campus
to go through position drill training
and update his 40-yard dash time.
Immediate playing time will be
the biggest factor in his decision,
Perry said.
"Basically, what it comes down
Alex Perry to is that I want to start in my first
year," he said. "I think I could start
at receiver right off the bat as a freshman."
With FAMU, which runs a spread offense, losing
three receivers to graduation and Valdosta St. losing just
one, the Rattlers would appear to be in the best position
to acquire a commitment from Perry.
"Yes, they are the favorite," Perry said of the Rattlers.
Perry, who was a two-time All-County selection, led
the Pirates in receiving and kick returning last season.
However, the 5-foot-10-inch receiver said he will
have to work hard to overcome his lack of size at the
next level.
See PERRY, Page 4C0 >


Zaxby's and Rahal-Miller end game in 6-6 tie


A Rahal-Miller batter swings and hits a pitch during Thursday
night's 6-6. tie against Zaxby's in MERE Dixie Boys action at
Optimist Park. - Mark Skinner/Floridan


BY SHELIA MADE
FLORIDAN CORRESPONDENT
The action continued in Dixie Boys
Thursday night at Optimist Park with
Zaxby's and Rahhl-Miller ending in a 6-
6 draw.
Adam DeWitt started on the mound
for Zaxby's with Rahal-Miller counter-
ing with Zac Davis.
DeWitt went five innings, gave up six
runs. on seven hits, three walks with
three errors committed behind him.
Taylor Strauss came on in relief for
the final inning to retire the side in order.
Davis gave up four runs on four hits,
one error and two walks.
Of those hits came the first outside the
park home run for a Marianna Dixie
Boys team this year.
J. T. MeadoWs hit a two-run shot over
the left center field fence for only the
second home run this season.
The Grand Ridge Indians' Blake


Edenfield was the only other player to
accomplish this feat this season.
Jae Elliott came on in relief of Davis
for the final three innings, giving up two
runs on one hit, two walks, one hit bats-
man and one error.
Zaxby's drew first blood with two
runs in the top of the first inning.
With the first batter going down look-
ing, DeWitt took advantage of a dropped
-ball in left field to make it to second.
An RBI triple by Meadows scored the
first run and Mackenzie Taylor picked
up an RBI on a single that scored Taylor.
DeWitt retired the side in order in the
bottom of the inning.
Davis returned the favor in the top of
the second inning, fanning two of the
three batters he faced with a fly out to
right field getting the third out.
Rahal-Miller picked up one run in the
bottom of the second inning.
Elliott reached on an error at second,
stole second and scored on an RBI sin-


gle by Seth Singletary.
Zaxby's answered in the third with
two runs, both coming with two outs in
the inning.
A single by DeWitt preceded
Meadows' shot over the fence.
Rahal-Miller countered with three
runs to tie the game in their half of the
frame.
Following a groundout to third, Davis
singled and moved to second on an error.
.A walk to Bradly Middleton put run-
ners on the corners for Clayte Rooks'
RBI single.
Elliott tripled to score two before a fly
out to third made it two outs. A walk to
Mason Melvin went for nil as the final
batter went down swinging.
A two-out walk to Gavin Shouppe was
the only offense in the fourth inning for
Zaxby's.
Tyler Hampton reached on a catcher's
See TIE, Page 3C >


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*The 13th Annual Big
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The roundup is sponsored
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fourth to start things off, but
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with no runs crossing the
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in the fifth.
Rooks led off with a triple
and scored on a passed ball
with Elliott drawing a walk.
Singletary then doubled to
pick up an RBI with Elliott
crossing the plate for the final
run for Rahal-Miller.
Zaxby's rallied with two


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Taylor singled and moved to
second when Chris Johnson
took one for the team.
A fielder's choice by Sean
Henry loaded the basses with
no outs.
�Devin Ranew picked up an
RBI on a sacrifice fly to center
field.
A walk to Shouppe again
loaded the bases with Johnson
scoring, on a passed ball for
the final run of the game.
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A few more points to ponder


Over the course of my life
as an intrepid (or is it
insipid?) outdoorsman, I have
spent much time seeking to
resolve to my complete satis-
faction many of the baffling
phenomena I continue to run
across. With
some, I
have been
quite suc-
cessful.
F o r
example, I
know exact-
ly why rat-
che wed
waders leak
and why
one should Bob Kornegay
never start
up a reluctant campfire with a
half-gallon can of gasoline.
(Feel free, of course, to add
our current ridiculous fuel
prices to reasons pertaining to
the latter.)
I also know why I should
never attempt to pet a skunk
or bare certain parts of the
human anatomy in poison ivy
patches.
However, in a less-than-
illustrious outdoor career that
has thus far spanned nearly
half a century, many pertinent
questions still remain unan-
swered.
Worse, brand new, seem-
ingly unanswerable posers


constantly arise.
Here are some more I have
compiled over the past few
years; all different from the
last time I broached this vex-
ing subject, but still a part of
the same perplexing dilemma.
Any help I might receive
with these will be greatly
appreciated.
1. Why do I always take the
word of the "experts" who tell
me, "Aw, come on and get in
the boat. It ain't gonna rain?"
2. Why do Kaopectate,
Maalox, and Pepto Bismol
alleviate every gastric disor-.
der known to .riankind, with
the unvarying exception of
those brought on by Cletus
Monroe's camp cooking?
3. Why do I always look
and act guilty whenever the
game warden checks my
license, creel, or game bag?
Despite the fact that I haven't
done anything wrong.
4. Why, whenever I want to
impress a buddy by showing
off a favorite, fishing hole or
hunting site, does the place
suddenly become as game-or-
fish-rich as a parking lot or
toxic waste dump?
5. Why does every fishing
guide in every state in the
Southeast suddenly take ill or
leave for Timbuktu whenever
I hit town?


And why all the side bets as
to who will be the first to
- catch a fish with me in the
boat?
6. Why do those television
fishing-show hosts never
catch fish with rods, reels, or
lures other than those they are
paid to endorse?
7. Why does Bob Kornegay
never catch fish with that
same equipment?
8. Why do so many of us
carefully unhook and release
most of the largemouth bass
we are fortunate enough to
boat while the bluegills, cat-
fish, and crappies get scaled,
skinned, gutted, filleted, and
ruthlessly beheaded?
9. What marketing genius
(or utter fool) first said that,
with practice, I'd soon learn
how not to backlash an
expensive baitcasting reel?
10. How does someone
with a face like a tree toad,
the intelligence and talent of a
road-kill 'possum, and the
charisma of. streptococcus
bacteria become a mega-star
on outdoors television?
11. If a largemouth bass is
actually a member of the sun-
fish family, why didn't old
Ray Scott (of B.A.S.S. fame)
call his fishing tournament
brainchild S.A.S.S. instead?
12. Why do I understand'


Perry
Continued From Page 1A

"(Size) will be a factor, so I'm FAMU coaches his ability to excel
trying to hit the weight room and at the next level at Monday's work-
get bigger and stronger," Perry said. out.
"I think my speed will be effective. "I'm just hoping to run my fastest
There are a lot of guys who are time in the 40 and run my routes
small but quick." precise and accurate," he said.
Perry can begin to show the


Skeete
Continued From Page 1C


everyone else did too. I just could-
n't understand it when someone
wasn't like that.
"But I think I gained the ability to
teach faith and perseverance to
players, which is a hard thing to do,
but it's very important. I think I
learned how to mold these girls on
and off the court:"
Okaloosa-Walton went 19-9 in
the 2007-08 season under Brittney
Ezell. Three of those nine defeats
came at the hands of Gulf Coast and
coach Roonie Scovel, who Skeete
played for when she. was a Lady


Commodore.
Skeete said she was excited about
the chance to compete with her old
coach, who she said gave her bless-
ing on the move to OW.
"Coach Scovel is a great
woman," Skeete said. "We talked
about it and she wished me the
best."
"Then she said, 'we'll whip your
tail,'" Skeete joked.
Malone has not yet decided on
who will succeed Skeete as the next
Lady Tigers coach.


the origins of terms like
"mountain laurel," "mountain
stream," "mountain bike,"
and "mountain hideaway,"
but have absolutely no idea
who came''up with mountainn
oyster?"
13. What brave soul threw
caution to the wind and ate
the first mountain oyster?
14. Who invented the jet
ski, and why?
15. Why do the biggest deer
I shoot fall two miles from
my truck and gain at least 50
pounds every 20 yards?
16. How can something as
ugly as a flathead catfish taste
so delicious battered and
fried?
17. If a rabbit's foot is so
lucky, how does one explain
the squashed bunnies in the
middle of the highway?
18. Why do I always get
outfished by obnoxious chil-
dren and preachers?
19. How did that squirrel
get into my attic, and since
when do squirrels attack
humans?
20. Are there any male
members of the titmouse fam-
ily?
Y'all got any answers for
me? By the time I come up
with some, I'll have thought
of at least 20 more questions.


the third inning to
make it 7-0, as Parker
rolled through the first
four innings without
surrendering a run.
Connors State added
a run in the fifth, but
the Indians would very
quickly squash any
notion of a comeback
in the sixth. A walk to
Moncrief, followed by
Montero's second deep
blast of the game made
it a 9-1 Chipola lead.
The Indians then
loaded the bases for
Connors State reliever
Jacob Wenaas, who
beaned Duvall to bring
home the 10th Chipola
run. A walk to Berroa
made it 11-1 and
chased Wenaas in favor
of Jim Miner.
Unfortunately for
Miner, his luck was no
better, as he quickly*


surrendered a grand
slam to Bumgarner,
who was in the Indians'
lineup due to starter
Jordan Lucas being ill,
to make it 15-1.
Duvall came through
with a two-run triple
later in the inning for a
17-1 advantage and
Bourgeois drove him in
to make it 18-1.
That set the stage for
another Connors State
pitching change and
another Indians grand
slam. It -was Jimber
Mueses who was called
in this time to put out
the fire, but the Indians,
again, would not com-
ply. Consecutive walks
loaded the bases for
Maxwell, another
Indians bench player,
who sent one of
Mueses' deliveries over
the fence to score four.


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LAKE SEMINOLE -
Bass fishing is fair overall
and good in some spots.
Look for largemouths
along the migration "ditch-
es" running from the shal-
low spawning and staging
areas out into deeper water.
Lightly weighted Texas-
rig worms are good baits. In
the grassy areas off the
migration channels, try
early-morning topwater
offerings such as buzzbaits.
Jerkbaits and paddle-tail
worms may also pay off.
Also try Texas-rigs in the
wood structure near the dam.
Crappies are good. Fish
for them in moderately deep
water off the channels with
live minnows.
Bream remain active,
especially early and late in
the day, in and around the
shallow, sandy feeding
areas.
Hybrids are fair late in the
afternoon.
Catfish are slow.
LAKE EUFAULA -
Bass are fair to good. Some
post-spawn fish remain
active in the creeks.
Fish deep-running
crankbaits in areas where
shallow water drops off into
deeper water.
Also try Carolina-rigs
along the creek and river
channels as well as slow-
rolled spinnerbaits.
Rip-rap and other rocky
structure has lately produced
fish on Texas-rig worms and
crankbaits.
Good numbers of smaller
bass may be taken with
Carolina-rigs in the stumpy
areas south of the causeway.
Crappies are fair to good
in spots.
Moderately large schools
maybe found near creek
mouths and around deep
structures such as bridge pil-
ings. Minnows and jigs work
reasonably well for these
fish.
Bream are quite active.


Many small fish are being
taken on crickets and there
are some reports of some
pretty good bluegills.
Hybrids may school late
in the day and fall for Rat-L--
Traps and other crankbaits.
Catfish are fair.
L A K E
ANDREWS/CHATTA-
HOOCHEE RIVER - Bass
are quite active and the fish-
ing pressure is very light
right now.
Texas-rig worms and deep
crankbaits fished near the
banks in the main run of the
river may take some fair
largemouth catches.
Fish slowly and deliber-
ately. Also try topwater baits
near the banks early and late
in the day.
Up the creeks, in the clear-
est water, fish medium-run-
ning crankbaits and lightly
weighted Texas-rigs.
Crappies are slow, but a
few may be taken near the
mouths of creeks on live
minnows.
Redbreasts and bluegills
may, take crickets in the
creeks and shellcrackers will
bite crickets and worms in
some of the slow-current
areas.
Hybrids in the tailwaters
have slowed, but a few may
yet be taken on live shad.
Catfish have increased
their activity near the dam
and there is also increased
catfish activity in the creeks.
Live or frozen shad will
take tailwater cats and
worms fished on bottom can
catch them in the creeks,
along with some shellcrack-
ers thrown in for good meas-
ure.
(Generation. schedules,
pool levels, and other such
information for area water-
ways may be obtained by
calling toll-free 1-888-771-
4601. Follow the recorded
instructions and access the
touch-tone for the
Apalachicola River System.)


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ANNOUNCEMENTS 124 Clothing 154 Miscellaneous 257 Medical 309 Farm Equipment 421 HouFsesor Rent 439 Real Estate 503 Boas/Motors/ 503 moats/oMtors/ 503 Boats/Motors/
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tndar, Sma0-57 $25- 157 Musical 7:Oam -7:00 pm Hoses for Rent
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i ( $2ea or $26 for all cond. $350, 850-526- 3:00 m- 1:0pm 3PR. I.5BA, Marrjrnna,
850-209-5294 8464 DietaryAide Massey Ferguson 245. 1t + de 1 r lease. Chipley exit, 12 mi from Seadoc 99 GSX Ltd 97CHAPARRAL 86' BAYLINER 29ft. Volvo
P e/ e e 40HP. Good work horse. No sm s. App. 110, 10 acres, 2 story 130hp, 2seat, 115hrs 260 eng., fully loaded
operi ene Diesel. $600. 334-793- re850-76 52. wrap around porch, Db Trailer, Good Cod. Runaboutft.w/trailer, low hours
Ompos/ wanttosell Experiencepreferred 3039 or 677-0853. 4160 sq ft, 3 br, 3.5 ha. 334-791-0636 $3700 Loaded! with trailer, $15,500 687-8169, 334-
You should fully ACCeSO your automobile? GBlue at Pay 3hiA, 800/mo, b $449,500850-535-4071 OBO includes Slp Ycht 703-3138
i iu sles Wlorkai Blue Cross BlueShield Chipola College. 85Q- Club $30,000
investigate the back computer Workstation Placea Benefits REA ESTATE 557-6366 FORECLOSURES AVAILABLE Ranger '91 Bass Boat, 334-775-1209 76 Skeeter with 79 Mer-
anyc pa- w/hutch, $50 850-526- ClassifiedAd Pleasefax: 850-674-9384 Blountstown Blue & silver, exc. 334-750-0333 curry 175. Fully restored
ny BEFOREpayinga 1193 anytime. Phor..e . CRACEVILLE 1BR'I6BA Marianna cond., 17.5 ft., Mariner must see $3600 day
fee. Proceed with ,, it,,:,. .i.. ,T,,:, . o :,me Altha mtr., Deluxe trailer, CLA FIEDS 334-798-4156 after 5pm
caution if you are asked . _____.:...._ _,t_ ,,____ 641 , � " 1 t, Quincy $9,500, 334-693-9287 We're Working For You!! 334-691-4542 ter pr
to send money or in 130 EleCtroliCS I " Lu , -i:u : u I A Graceville Pontoon Boat '05. 20' '89 14.1' Lancer fishing
calling "900" numbers. EMIPLOYM E NT PI, ,, , I r,.,, .. . ,:.,:.1, Ir. 'rd.n Wewa Sunchaser boat w/custom trailer, 2002 7x14 Enclosed Trail-
All numbers prefixed 8 XBOX ames $10 each __r.____.'________.:,__ Froin$33,000to$274,900 Sunchaser. 50 HP boat i/custom tra
Allnumbersrefixed xBox ames $10 each Sr 2 9____, :1 F-, From $33,000 to $274,900 Yamaha. Garaged. Like 35HP Mercury, every- er, dual axle, new tires,
by "900"are charged. or all or $75. 850-592-" arinlen o Act vn Realty ef y new. $11,500 OBO. Call thing inc. Must see to good cond., $1700, Call
to callers on a per-c b 4 Ho E rn 0 Tel Free 88549 774 334-714- 5860. Believe 334-792-3737. (334) 984-2044
minute or per-callba- 300 bCats 40 0a/Fumie d .,r rent Raatr.' h3,
sis.Someofthesercalls XBOX Halo Editioi with Cats IInF hd home , Ir.: Fr, or 850-258-4947 Ouachita 15 ft. outboard
are to.numbersoutside one controller $100. ' r.r,:eni.r,d Man,:,r A1,1r1 $L4.000' 7rc i i n," 7 65 HP Johnson, trolling Northwest Florida Water Management District
of the Unit850-5e92-7284 or 850- %4 1 2 KITfENS, 3mos old, 1/, ents - 0- 8 xt. 1774 notor Dept8h finder Assistant Lan ds Manager
expensive internat 272ional --5 ,r i . EE :. . S tac .-r, r. C2 Ei. HC' and more. $2700. OBO J.O.A. #08-20
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yourphone bill. 139 Flrniture/ E 3 mt l, ,n. Br ., .C.r, 3 O .1 C 3 Nitro 750 '04 boat motor coordination, direction & implementation of all
.THIS PUBLICATION Hnouse.hn Iind .E.i ie , 'ii FL Rt' & trailer Mercury 115 District land management operations. Complete
THImakes every effort to PUBLICATION Legal Secelary a6u0*6,,U I.'- ei F 06 MU 6u; 13HP Like new $11,000 details@www.nwfwmd.state.fl.us
list hev ch arg . Noftv Pine desk in/built- Experience withFamil --- tc,,iu,-r,, 4ornr, l 1-, p~r . i 334-792-0885 or District application required, apply: Box 500,
is cargesore in bookcase, office Law, Probate/Will and FREE ADULT CATS: Sev- - 3 . 334- 5.714-0401. Midway, FL 32343; HR 850-539-5999;
reader. Remember, if chair opt. $70 OBO some criminal peri- eral to chose from. , A Vet Pref/EOE/AA/Pre-Hire Drug Screen &
you have any doubts, (850) 2720061 ence. Must be willing 850-482-4057 Aartents Nitro750 04boatmotor Criminal & MVR backgroundcheck.
inve stigate ! to travel betw een -t U40 3 A p / ie - & * L .I 1. I _ _ 115 Lik e n e w k
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be true, it probably is! chairs $200 850-579- Must be self-motivated ttens, 3 bobtail, 2 long, 1BR/1BA APT. in Green http://www. charlos- SALE 334-792-0885r
Your Better Business 3923 with proficientskills in 850-592-4031 wood $R/A APT0/mo. i GreenUt- ://www charos- 4BR,.5 bath 0. 334-792-0885 orSO O ty ridan
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Bureau is an excellent Oak Table with 4 Chairs Word Perfect and 'rb . 850- Full info @ www.inf- Nitro '07 w/ 90HP, Been
source of information. (table has white Non-smokerftoreferd. 301 Dogs ' 2BR/1BA MH in Alford; otube.net #195636 in water only 3 times.
1300-24-5274 legs), $150. Call 334- Please call Classified $375 plus deposit. Over $1K worth of Accepting applications for a
3934524 507630900 850-579-4622 or 573- electronics to give with
S-850- 330. A Boxr u dog pups, Advertising 2498/573-1851 RECREATION the boat. Seeking Full-time District
or850-48c-2330. $300 and up, Ready June Your source someone to take over
036 Lot/out. Call 850-482-2357 or /2A, Clean quiet payments. 229-220- Sales Manager
u . . park in Marianna. No 1910.
LOST: Male Rat Terrier- Set $42 RES S Free to good home.M- byingl pet- $475 + Dep. 850 Mrqui '77 w/1990 rebuilt
/Chiuahua mix, black (850)482-8347 Callthe ama hound dog & pup- 2 &3BR APARTMENTS & 718 6641 90 HP motor, trolling mo- Duties include recruiting, training
Lost in Mossy Pond Classifieds pies,850-579-4101 MOBILE HOMES FOR 2BR/2BA DW Very. Clean tor & fish finder. 3,000 and maintaining a distribution
area. 850-762-9398/272- 151 jewelry/ RENT $525-$650/MO Family of 2. Ref Req. ts/Mtr/ obo.334-475-3272 force of independent contractors
72B6 "'-"" eu force of independent contractors
Starving bosmack male puppet cs 222 Construction I RN Co dl smoking850-718-158 503 alers 225 Mercury, low hours, sufficient to provide good custom-
found abandoned. Now QVC Platinum Diamond 5 ar ments 2BR MH FOR RENT in cy- yellow, mint cond., er service. Some management an-
good health. Needs car- Eternitync paig, $5 wani.ed p P .:. ,er.:u.b ' --l-'. press; $345-$375/mo. No $14,900,(334)790-1350 d/or sales experience preferred.
ing home.850-592-4793. n$4. 850-557- . .. rn,.,r . pets/ smoking.Ref. Req. Laven '94' Bass boat Must be computer literate and be
asking $4.00 8.:n,,i,,. .- nuJ-, 'i,,'!.3." I'. T[,l:, ', (850)685-2353/415-5900 S 377A 150 fast strike,
i. ..ur:.r, ,:i, |- . " .. ,. ,., ,: 3BR 2BAo W MH. on Yamaha G 800R '04, Red- trailer. $5500 334-596- able to handle multiple tasks. Posi-
040 Services 3BR 2BA DW MH, on
S Service 54 Miscellaneous to: Porter Construction droounit Realas- Russ Rd $895/mo. 850- /White. 2-cy. 160 Hrs. 1694 tion requires dealing with the pub-
1 s Co., Inc. 4910 Hartsfield distance. No application 7526-2975 -Fair coed. $3800 w.
Calegiver/Sitter- Non- Johnson mtr garage
CMreiv/Sl. Lookingfor Rd. Marianna, FL 32446 306 Farm Anii fee. We pay water, sew- neads CH 334-6952939 Jason 1986 bass boat 10 lic and some collection of money.
employment. 0-42- 2007- 26hp Kohler en- 850-482-1010orfaxto: erandtrashservice. Den w/firelace, pri Triton 2005 3 Crappie, kept, good condon
3164 o 0-573-600 gine, , industrial 8504825517.EOE 3YR OLD TRI-COLOR vate corner lot..$650/mo. mercu 60HP, 4 stroke $4500 OB0 334-794- To apply, fax your resume to 850-
Yraftsmen lawnmower PAINTGELDING. 0 _&P * -_ . -_.Is front & rear live wells, 5511 or 334-798-5936 482-4478 e-mail your-resume to
aYoussiNamedHast.. 304 $227 Drivers B R t 41 C Broke -Rent. i i t- lu-ll E.i a
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I will sit with the elderly, 20x29x100 File Cabinet Drivertraineesneeded. 061 or 774-7120 2/2A TOWNHOUSES - anna,
take shopping Dr. appt $50 Driver traineesneeded.1 or 774-7120 BR/2BA TOWNHOUSES Er 61f
or companionship. 850 (850)482-8347 No CDL? No Problem! Free to good home, white For rent. For info call el .f'r,: H. , e-lu..
S 482-2126/272-6903 Earn up to $900/wk. w/grey tip ears/tail 8am-5pm. (50) 209-8531 .M ,) 22.MH
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sewing machine w/cab- equipment provider hir- ed ona paulk frame 1 $700+dep Lawn main- Outboardar
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HTedder, pfto moawer,V 12ft neshc.coma k urse tnk mount- Rd Centrally l , TIQUE '99, WHT/BLK, 432-1061 or 774-7120
mowe, & rnake w/cadd careers to apply. d on tamdam trailer. Walmart, P lix, Dol- Mobile oine/ Great coed.. $17,500
New Holland roundbal - hal- o 'G,: lar Store& Mal 4 'obila 060, 334-794-0248 2005 Bass. Tracker Pro
.50866-2774 Mne n iS - �- :' - Sare CALL FOR MORE DE- 175 Bass Boat, $9895,
IBMelectric -:.:r, , ,,.:,a.- ., ais.-n. son or Loyal Ill @305- 96' DW, 28X60, CH/A, 4BR Ear. Mup t
typewriter$30 OBO ments, 500 hrs.; 7 ft. 322-8402 or 305-496- 2BA /study. Ap., 2 Earn upto
100 AtI s (850) 272-0061 Assistant Manage- brown Bush Hog, Call 9449/850-878-6390. orches incl. Al c nd.
oeile r) bE r g cnd Hoayatc 4awayreStauranti "'A.
CeallUei le ti " Extra long Crafatic ment needed at Sub- (334) 797-484230K 50-762-9333
ll .. Extra lon Craftmatic way restaurant. -ufm LL
eautifl Antie bed, godcnd, Ka , 4 Please call 8 N Ford Trattor!!!! 1 8 rs/creage ,.'
Pano, iger Oak wheeler, Dodge bedcov- 850-638-9808for Works good. Askin 418 Frms/Acreage
w/bench, good cond. er, 850-352-4383 more details. $2,800.00. Please call p onth
$250 Please call Like new kerosene heat- - 334-685-1848 FARMLAND! 59+/- ac. 439 Real Ette -wmt
334-3 6 er $50 850-526-4858 FLEET MANAGER Profes- w/900 frontage. E of
334-389-1696_____ - sional individual to run '98 Walker, 20 hp Kohler Malone $175,000. Awe-
N11, ping pong table, daily dit for pri- 42' cut, $2500, Cal rian Gold Realtylnc. 3 R HUD h , . Early morning hours. Must have
rackets, no lgs, and vate trucking fleet in (334)791-2609 850-$73-1572 $213/mo! 4% d wwnbillybamnes.nel dependable transportation, min-
6oks/-58aganes set. $20 850- aria ord ust Case I-H 42 HP Tractor 80- 8898 extFLATBED DRVERSNEEDED mum liability insurance & valid
1552-4858 have current CDL-A, su- with 8 implements FOR SALE: 290+ ac h4 87 0 driver's license. Come by and fill
60Hardback&Paper Tear drop Chandelier ervisotry experience, $10008563746 fr andTOP PAY driver'license.Comebyandfill
back books. $25 OBO 45an er knowledge o equip- Creek, runs thru 4/2 brick & vinyl screen EXCELLENT BENEFITS out an application at the
(850) 272-0061 (850)4828347 t maintenance and John Deere 4240 four property, $55,500 s- porch, acre, cul-de-sac, BCBSa n nt rian
(850)272-0061 (50)2-347 DOT regulations. MS post tractor, good timated timber. Lo- 1/ mile E. SAMC $140k Jackson County orian,
TO OL BO i. m.,-j-:,,-, Office skills a must. condition, $11,500 cated aprox. 3.6 Ashforddist.334-794-2045 HOME MOSTWEEKENDS 4403ConstitutionLane,
124 Clathing - , r ' Excellent communica- 334-714-7645 miles south of 1-10 in MUST BE 23 YRS OF AGE Marianna F rall
4 1 l ...-l,.,,ma,,. J2'63i., tion and customer serv- Marianna, FL. Con- 6.5ac on Mill Pond, 4R MUST BE 23 YRS OF AGE Marianna, FL or call
ice skills required. Fax Massey Ferguson 124 tact Matt Dryden, 3'BA, 2 Story, White 1-800-844-6458 (850)526-3614
Little Girls clothes, sz 5/6 WheelChair resume to 904-781-5605 Square H Baler, night 850-352-4981 Picket Fence, on Culde- www.billybarnesnet
summer $1 ea or $125 $60 or e-mail dmisiuta $2200, Call (334) 790 ce 850-573-0414 sac, $365,000 850-482- and ask for DENA
for all 850-209-5294 (850) 482-8347 wjwltd.com' 1265 3550


By order of Walton Co., FL BOCC
Surplus trucks, equipment, & vehicles
THURSDAY, MAY 29
9am CDST, Walton Co Dist 2 yard;
11 miles N of DeFuniak Spgs.
Items Include:
*(2) '04 Cat 12H graders
*'03 Deere 6X6 grader
*(4) '03-'04 Mack dumps
*(3) Cat 416 C & D backhoes
*JCB backhoe
*'01 Deere off-road truck
*(3) '00-'03 Ford 6yd dumps
*'00-'03 New Holland & Deere
106HP tractors
*'03 Chevy 2500 utilities & numerous
other items including cars, vans,
pickups, & implements
Preview: Wed., May 28,
9am - 4pmn
Terms: All units sell AS IS, 5%'BP.
Cash, cashier check, or credit cards OK,
other checks with current bank letter only.


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503 Boats/otoers/ 506 Trae ramp s 512 Motorcycles/ATVs 600 Automobiles 600 Automobiles 600 Automobiles 612 H raiders/ 624 Pick-up Trucks 624 Pick-up Trucks 627 Vporetility
2007 Tent Trailer sleeps Ford '05 Mustany GT Nissan '02 Pathfinder SE Anderson trailer/car-
S3 g l /h eat n a$7000 334 lrite, S sp inte 0 p L d ed / o ins Exc. d /e q u ip m e n t/ ti lit , C
421-1525 orade pkg, 6 disc cd, cond. $12,000 334-447- 16X7ft with 5ft i.i -



1O 12703 1 o de, S Cap Ce 14-d factory alarm, 24K mi., 0053F way ramps, cI,;p, t
2007 19ft Pilgrim Lteps 3,895, $ or trad e. cond, 334 $18500 ,Nissan h0 Atima L a, R t loos i u r,,,
askieleng $11,000,n.Fll Ca ll85 0 3 9.1 314)794-7837 15 N sca n 0S, n discuss p 3i . 31E




S stand up shower. ord 07 Focus, 22k mi., / 21 P S ACCSS. ' ed, V6, new tires, excel-
$7,500.334-237-1039 Harley-Davidson 2001 actoywrnykate ,exc. c nd. 701 4315 len cond $6500, Call
2006 custom park mode 883 sportster hugerw/ lift gate. Yer 2 . (334)793-1928
30ft Hunter Sail Boat 2 slides. bath. excellent cCadi lle SS, a John a 334-477- ppx. Toyota '00 Tacoma Pr Ford 04 Explorer V-8 34Kdition,
turn key Live Aboard, months perect for lake "one owner, 37k actual -.."334 h"4 7644, 334-.. ,) .T runner ext. cab brush Eddie9BauerERear air,
weekend S satellite. W/D hookup, miles.mi., excellent c ition. 24 3068 4-797-1730. Cre, Au, guard, tool box, new all 3rd seat 54 V-8. Lthr.
away. Many upgres. mother in law sute on $8,200. 334-70-3015 9or c8 Pathfinder . 62' 60 eTrise , edition. Warranty si x. c. cond. CD changer.
8AM6PMt Joe, F, $334-616-7485 your lot, ready to Harley Davidson '069 Chevrolet '8334-724 0 Cor Ford '06 Mustan G . m. Retail $13475 your
OBO, Call850-227-4034 move. $33,900. DBO FXDI Dyna Super- light blue, black leathern'07oExplorer'Eddie
(251)654-5586 Gar Nideght Train, 80Sun- Caprice 'Auto. Chevy 4-dr. t premium soundckr long ha new. $34,00. er, V6, 3rd row sea price $10,900 AFS 334-
d owner Seat, Wind- new paint, Burgundy in loaded 20,700m9000. 850-638-7290/850- 334-684-6291. or
2005 Gulf Stream Cavilar shield, 6-spd., 1135 & out. Good cnd. 6K . 527-222. Utiliting21500 obo, Ca
t G d o G o 1 6-8603 c&eonf.Goodtcn.:9 REDUCED t,9,.Ca hiB Vehicles 1797-4576







PkmdI, 31', sleeps 6, m, ik ne $1,65, L $4 , o 3- 34 Ni52ssChevrolet n03 Avalanche 2 006LAkt nmew$13,89B,:",20ch0.ngerrtrr V' o ExcrLoa-
nstand iu i Fel l50547-2708. 1 334-703-790.7Ford '07 Focus,. 22k mi., w/ light brown inte-r 0 ,4: o *d nlodew r, xa-
$7500.33-237103 HarleyDavidson 2001 factory wrty, all the 32K mi., Excel. cod. Ilts A Access ., new tires, excel-






H e -p 0 tion., $13,500. Ceall 334 ra oi $ 2 Fr 2 1 lent cond., $6500, Call
1ports hugger, options , likee-o .te ne 703-102
2004 Dutchmen Classic 883 sportier hugr, options, like nw, i 1 40-3334Dothan C . i ,.334) 793-1928
35ft. 2 slides. 1/ bath excellent condition lowl 34mpg Asking $12,800. l .l i h, ,rr,,
Satellite. W/D hookup.. miles. 334-693-0540 Call John at 334-477 N Cssan '93 Altima, nee. ri 121 Ford '04 Explo.rer V-34K
FISHER 170 HAWK Ex. cond.3068t Like new. engine. $850. Call 334. 1/8a b f cr mi. New tires, tow
2001 3066R0 i W 7 7 1n. L ke 50 . ,r r'cr.mn ,. .,rS7-6240hitch, G rey w / black
SC 17' Deep V Alum. $17 500.334 671 0312. AC,, , $r e 379 108 wr C1 F 0r . bottom . t Grey many
115 Maerc Low Hours el T $Nissan 5'8 Pathfinder YE 624 Pick up Trucks , F.2 t , ;B 334-695-; u,, 2,.r, ' C iri r, 2 : , u extras. $15,500. 334-









ta$7,850 (334)355-1 w339 W O 1 . cylinder s d 8 1 K A1ni Turi, C MP IWD Al AlT AC, 4-U, ;O 67-5604
$7,850o(334)355-339 -bdwnng ::Cev198 mrraeT1Wn$5.500632-1100 Cold Air Nice Truck m ilt oton g
8AM-6PM,334-616-74852 sHarley Davdon ' hevrolet '80 Cor.l- r o3.0,go cl$2r m, 4cc,. irs3r4 Retail $13,475 your
2000, 23', Aquasport, 2003 Keystone Cougar Night Train 80 evo Maroon, Auto3 31 C Ol:,TiU 3 1 3o '01, price $30,000 AFS 334-
w/200 Johnson Ocean 5th wheel Series 276 stage 2, very clean, Power br449akes, rur-,.,,,rcI rn.ttuCa0 ,. :34l. 79r,',6 - 0










Runnerzuk. Galrvanized $9,000 28 ft i Call 229-220- w Chevyll, .low mi es LD 4d V , ,ErK i i]4 .v4:-C.468-as5
tion $15 500 Please room slide3536 great cond., 2411 or 22 rdo m. new pant & v726. 8603 clean,Great h4; By Owner. Buick '07 Rain-
call 334-791-2609 $13000, 334-702-8267,rHNDA'03 FDREMAN 450 $8000, Call 334 714 07- Muta - -sFurm I ier, 2WD, 6 cyl. Silver,
leaveamessage. FOE 43608 or334-714-3609 Ford 't07 Mustang Con- Plymoun t r Leather, Power, 18,000






















1984 Glasstream Bass _ rage keptYnew bat- Chevy 2006 Impala LS, to/OD PS, PB1 $2,200mRes , 4DR , AC01 AT, CD,..":* ./door/mirror. reg. cab, Chevrolet *02Tahoe LT sII for $41,500 OBO.
Boat. 115HP Mariner. ter& rear tre, Loaded 4DR, AT, AC, CD 63k Callent Condition! 1334-774-2279 AM/FMak Real Clean! mi $22500 g cond $5500 850594 hte Auto Call Frd '98 Explor 797LT
Livw . trying mo- t extra $4750 - miles Reta 12000ith black 00 Chevrolet c 7655. 2WD 91,334-370-3021 Fully Loadeloaded. Rar air,
" ' h. r-1.t bi5 cu . 26-l 4722 . .our4 prne Red i$itr 9vlet Avalanche , CD changer. V6. Excel-
I .'B A. i-5l..18-,t 'in..r,r'll.4C0 Ci I Pontiac '00 Grand Prix. Charcoal, Auto, 2 WD, .lent shape. $3995. 334-











OS^ - 0 t1 5 . Wo Q altMotos ePn,44Dorsche GT99 Boxster, Km L e099k oom ies, ey Ford 2006 F250 X-cab, o2-000
_ JC.4 X', H 6Sh w I34842 m option). *104k mi. Great cond. $11,250 Ford 2002 F-150 74k
..., '-..11 1 Fru6e200s Mustang, V o6 Immaculate cond. eobo, 334-701 1586 miles, excel lent cond i - w . Ford '05 Explorer .LT,

a iHP rur Call 334-678-0302 tion 28k CE CAR 334-6777748irt late 105R 4X4 White, Leather






















fi'nderstanlessste Winnebego *99 Brave 35- Black, Motorcycle. Gar- lser.manyextras.334- Crew, Silver, 31K mi., ulla de $15.,00 rIr: t.c .
propReadyfis h C, 35', living rm, slide, age kept with approx 355-0298 Bose PSR DVD Exc 22,70K m. Tow Pack-
$18600 334-774-5412 or 35k mi., Alcoa wheels, 2000 manty Reduced to es. Showroom Chevy'94 Camar Honda Civic EX Spe cond. warr cond. $13,5.
S334-790-1346. new tires, gen., jacks, condition. Backrest / Be Sedan 5-a Edition, F Pearl $21,800, Call 334-299- 0 RDEO,
06' Bass Tracker Pro quick detach wind- .-T', P... $4.50. 425 T WD. 77,000, Loaded, I , Ford 79' F100 runs good











p rTeam 190 limited edi- Seabreeze Class A 95 . $8700, 334-445- SE,,ACr H, Ac.d E C rf'i' - $10 01r 0 0 cna 82ew tires.l o Great cond-












tkeon, lod d, 'arage r too n fit e ew 933. r,,nIacil ,-,I.r. - .I-I 'I 1nul' rn"" mi " .. $6500,334-774-5405.



rf L-E cnaditio2. $600, wnul fi wte, a ' o na n T , r , -- 1- r la. rr. 4234or4OB3l-0850
finder, tro motor, nance. 334-793-5248 1984HarleyDavidson owner, x cod. 29K V sunroof , al options- r. ep 1996 Cherokee, 4x4,2614E I ,,
elecanchorboatcov- taned Used once Pd Honda 03' Goldwing, 2 8-cyl. 4WD. Runs & looks great MUST Sk TO ELEVE91 60 A nch 7inh rimr, a r, l auto cod ar 150K A
r, heavy duty trailer $30, 0 50- year warranty remain- 66,000 ml. miles. SALE! $ a650 AFS
sleeps 6-8 y ExcCiond. 00 s n8 g CB, CD, changer, Motor Loaded,stereo. 33 4-84 -2126 Cal Lariat. "Tri-Sand White .- 334-790-5984
$8,ca 50 ease $90000334-618-8457 334 4Call 334-734-3900 h 3133/797-5341ect eep 05 Grand Cherokee,
or334-56-470. 05' Ameri- Lite Gulf man extras, very goo Great cond. $400. Ford'64 Thunderbird, black n/out, one wnr hevrolet '05 1500 re automaticA/CCD
1994 Master Craft Pro Stream Travel Trailer, cond.11,50083-1322 Call334-65-0361 82K mi, 1 owner, $4000. $26,000, 85-352- LS Whte 53L,. 2WD$18,500.
a t slides 2 esWi ll trade. Call 334-632- 3752/850-557-6666 27,200 mi., AM/FM CD,'. JIn ee
Star 205, Immaculate, 25ft. o Dual Zone A/C, Cloth Ce ompn
With some accessories bed, awnin, iu r.:.,.m , Chevy 1968 Camera, race T pl, , Al W . Rebuilt 350 motor. 2000GMCYUKON105K
$15,000. OBO, Call with t /sra . , l r,468 engine, runs Ford '83 LTD Crown Vic$16,95 bamiles;oadedSLTleath-
334-794-9766/790-9422 sleeps 6, ro:r A . 6 (37 50 1/8,beautiful car runs/look good, i 2 . 9 r oo.. $2,500.00 er, On-Star, sunroof,
Pop-up 2006 Camper , like Motorhome. 31 ft. (334).r$12,500. 334-687-978 AC,$1500obo, 379-9108 rd 01F15O Super Cab Price Ngotiable DVD Player, warranty,




















5 1 9r8o awt n cardolly.334-792-0619 3 io miles reat on gas V6 scheme wo$ 0 m ,505 REDUCED La FORD 1995 F150 XLT a 3 $, 69-0119 nave
Mostau$6k. 187 CHP taid UNF CC oped 8995Ford '85 Crown Victri68- l t OBO le a3-734-3900 message
Suzuki. Galvanized $9,000m s 6 ab ". 5 Chevyt2005 Cavalier. Tan, LTD, 4-dr. V-8 auto, 92K snarinsalad A
Trailer very clean & 3536 k ,am/fMradior .new paint ' & 1vioC , or- JFa cnc A abWAC Chevrolet'6 SIO Bl Infinity '0, FX 35. 4 m













































Nash2004ah wheer M. SiEEnt$12n500 CClon34- Suuun 5ru o r Ma 4 X8620 sedmnt c sst & o21r6797020 A /C-Ne tra30, PB l.ep ,06 Wrangler Golden-
buyswaps el .79- e s no w/cd player. 53,284K. top. $18,095. 334-687- as onp 96K 334720 WO i p w/warr/ew AM/, old. 4600 mi. Absolute-
$7,50 ora r offer 334-403- 00K mi . exc. cond. 03' Shadow pirit $6500.. Cal 334-671- 1363excellent conton 97 y $16500 334-774-























6tal travel package, let's $25,000334-792-1079.7 Vatory 1999 1500, 5K Mercedes *00 Be 4. Dodg *4 Da Club ; ..r r- Ch y le t X 2116 culate . Loaded
uss price. 334-701 3 , adult driven, ga- 4214 or 334-56-0214 Ford '5 Taurus, V/Au Ford 98' 50, V, Atoat- clean, runs great!!!!! witheverything imagin-
























eMontana 2005 5th Wheel, haust/brakes. Ex1ll8457 adult g- 4 -59-01 F.or 9 Tutiu V/ Au-i".'on" ].' 4 - ic,.cruise, pow "r n $5,900 0( . 334-598- special wheels & tiresll
1984 Glastream Bass rex cond $12,500. OBO. amaha pt,new bat- Chevy 2006 Impala LS 334-618-to/OD PS, P, $2,200 Pontac 200GrandAM,. 4. i u 9068wind477-3325 lotsof options.r $4,5 iles
eellent condition. 334-565-3160/504-0223 wit extras.$4750. 850- miAM/FM. Rea C ean Chevrolet ' Z71 Punset Mercedes pickup e ond. $5500 850-54- White, Auto 8-cyl Call 7094-4148 or 77-
tr, r. nlca. ,r:5-ir ir~it '"526-4722 your price Sale $10,700 Fleetside - Ext. cab,i3R-7655 2WD� 91,000, Loaded, 606 AdkforBob
$34,500 OBO 850-547 WWQualty Motors03 Porsche '9 Bolass A La Widshield & luggage Orageer Door, 98,000 miles, Veary Ford 2006 F250 4-cab Great con CD onl Jee00004 Wranler Sport
28'8 Pama. 2 slides. Honda '06 Shadow, $1600 334-684-2126 mi Exc cond, $35007 Clean asking $9995, short bed, diesel, pw- .B59k ilesV6(334)R726 eta01
Montana 02 5th wheel bath. Loaded! Inc carVT1100, 746 miles 1,000 mon re- SE US , 71716 Make offer. Call334- r, . trailer tnour price cond. $14,000 334-618-
campe r, 32.5 ft. 2 doey & all furnishings Callmaha 0334-678-0302Star. New ONLY RACE CAR - Dirt late 9 1005.3 $10,750 WOW we're 0131...,,.an
5n1traol winsud ie.r -m -imodel '05 CJ Rayburn br' .,r.er E: 4 r
g 4de, 480,GPS/ iisnr e ve Honda 2003 VTX 1800 De dg. r aT3 & 28 ft. inclosed raw C4 wherA Xte ' Ched I34-C
findJayco "0er,8" Etainless 5th GarWinnago kept.Lotsof ex- Black,Motorcycle. Gar- inr. many extras 4 Crw, Silver, 31K m mi rw/tan :'leather





prop. Ready tofish C 35 living rm slide age kept with approx3
$18,600 334-774-5412 or 35k mi. Alcoa. wheels, 2000 miles. Showroom Chevy '94 Camnaroo Honda 'OS Civic EL Spo- 355-0298, . c o n d. w a r r a n D t yEc rt .1 ,: ri. t- n
334-790-1346. new tires gen acks condition. Backrest / Blue, Sedan. 5-d. cial Edition Fiji Pearl $21,800, Call 334-299- 3~ UZU '00 RDE,
$33 ,500 obo, 522-3584 luggage rack w / bag, Bcyl 2 WD Ian s e e,. e 1 s d 25. WD . 77 ,000 Loaded,






























































Corvette 1995, White less than 45K or a,, $6800.850-209-3126 Maroon and grey. 6,000 Black/ Tan, oil chang-
0 6 ' B a s s T r a c k e r P r o q u i c k d e t a c h w i n d - , , t , r ir . , -7P0.0 0.. . C h e r oI t 70 3 T a h o Tn eo a de d ,




Team 10 limited edi Seabreze0 C las A 5', shield. $8700, 33444 leather,,110Kmiles, miles, 1 owner, 0, r.e. bll In . i..rrit, T.ont
tion loaded, garage good condition, rnew 6933. r, l' aeli.,', ,r - $,lAl .3l7E-ay .r r. e i .,r, r, $50 new tires, 4 334- 774540
kept, Mercury 90ft opti- carpet & bath fixtures .-0 , 3-...


ax, gava trail per gallon Scoot64900 mile $25,500. It's Motorcycie p t, 5,n. 377. OBO3hf ir4 6in, .5801, ,:,r'3' v1e.l ,i . 9 R
er, $14,500 334-687- 850-547-3431 t r 4 black, auto, 6 cyl 2WD,
































































41,$3r,`4 |n1 434-ll 6-26,3 S 4.--c ,2 6016 or0 . . re t I . T
S3275 or -625-3965 Ford 1991 Class C, rebuilt Season. . 34b 92 2 I1r. . 108 000 good condi-
o ne02 A/ C o.Or.y o.. u ...s o d O n o r o w n ! C 4 t ' n, i r. 4 -add or . . u r wI': ,,Ep e k4D R . . . r *, rh e y u h'L, b '. i, e ,r tio n $3 50 0 . C al 8 73-
e, urgooy'AT, AC, tan lea her, II, like ri wtItite, hrt Ir,271;r,e la ,r - a rI Iranty 4234or435-0290
am condition. $6000 wi fi- an g sunroof, all options,35 cr ,2 ep1996Cherokee4x4,
Travel Trailers nance. 334-793-5248 avion5 130K ro o ons a v M Sirow rnd1984 Harleyaowner, exc. condo. British, suno of 7nch t, later, ts ,
r e Fleetwood 2002 Dsev- RoadsterXL mi. $4,750. 334-86- CD, sro 70mies MUST SEE TO BELIEVE! Chevy 04' Avalanche Z71, auto, cold air. 150K. All
W a 291ttSuper Sharp and on $21150 obo 334-522-3564 Excellost conditionih ed $8500 nae. MUST d owner, runs good $3500
Bmepultyhauler, ery39 2 idec3.sale!$10,900 Quality Fully loaded. 78K. Ford'07 F-150 4x4 SELL!334-430-3652. oBe 334-693-5268 or
sleeps6-8, Exc.Cond.y HP diesel, very nice Motors334-684-2126ELi ,$bsCl033443520Lariat.Tri-SandBWhite 334-790-59 2814
$14,800. 0a0. Please $,07 Call 334-734-3900L 'M3s Gd k 133/797-5341 w/Black Leather .
call33np- m598'l 67AlFully oladed. Perfect Jeep '05 Grand Cherekees,
Damon Intrudero00' AWAsAiO SI'I3 ttli.r20II02.woze Cotdillan ]31..o0 automatic,A/C,CD,
Sprinter 1999 5th wheel 35ft.ClassAdesign- $ Ill,,i, no , r ,.: ' m-.MuOo ok".'h'Subaru23231mprezaau..1 364 extra clean, $18,500.
27ft, with slide out er.V-10,27,917K 2 .-,,n, , .34,445.4164 $c5,19 O61ViOeP WRX. 103Kmiles,looks...,'-' 334-792-0645.
room, fully loaded with slides, 2 AC,.2 TV's 3, .r, 3.4,7 , I6.. ci -11 , - n and runs great! $9500 9t w,, ",',',m
new hitch. $9500 334- side by siderigQ i 000.334-475-3698 Jeep 01' Grand Cherokee
805-3058 ice maker. New Vawas ,5 t - To CmLaredo, cream color, bug
tanu c30I0 A, Clike r- 1 . . C all (34 r89 37 Ccd F Arack,VcleanUinsideP&out.
living & dining slide, Tow inw. $53000, 347 1- r, l , v4 4,,' changer all pwr like HEVROvLE" iT 07 TAHOE 97k miles runs great.
full sz. bath. Qn. bed. : -69 L,'adel C'i. t1 r r -new, 17,300 mi, $15,900,07. ZIo4WD.V13,000cMMu2 $6500. 850-547-5292

nets, oxc conpd. new, bumper, specialty 59,-.1l1 SVolkswagen '00 New CrewS:alb. ift ac,,r CME RA. LEATHER, 3 Jeep '05 Rubicon,
$12,500.334-79 1783 Damon Dee Break 01', package, Alia Wheels Beetle GLS 1.8 Turbo, warrant y. - SEATS. PD 51K SELL $18,500, V6, auto., AC,
Class A, 15.228K, 2 AC, Call(3344)3333-2908 ir:.er '. leather ats, auto� AC . a , PS P v L. FOR $35.00 FIRM, Call 46K mi., new BFGoo-
Prowler '04 5th Wheel, 25 Lg slide out, ex. cond. -ar, r.,rI3L4rt84.A21'31 drich All Terrain tires,
ft. Must see! Nice unit � $42,500. O DB . Please Kawaski '07 Mean Streak u,,Ieutu C l ',, '.; .Il, frost & side arcan99' F35 lILT goodfr.t(334)600irbags,-6on608aco-er50ru1,0ng
Many extras! $15,500. call334-585-2731 Special Edition. Under mlOes, $2e ,unO, tail 46,500K mL. Loaded, CC, anti lock breaks, boards, spray in liner. Ford 99' F350, Chevrolet02 Trailblazer 4699-8668,803-5910
Call 334-714-0210. 500 miles, extras in- 2958or 3346- w tires, sunroof pwr nrof & windows $14 . 334-792-2938 cond., am/fr ndtere LT loaded, 4WD, 90K Jeep '91 Wrangler, 4 cyl.
Damon '96 Daybreak eluded, $9500, Call (334) 685-0117 leather, $17,500 OBO & doors, 44K mi., 2 yr. or 334-701-5120 cd., power door locks/ miles, blue, great cond., good chaps, new top,
Pop-up 2006 Camper, like Motorhome. 31 ft. (334)899-4247 Chrysler 2004 Sebring 334-714-1142. warr., 27+ mpg, $9,700, 2004 Sivrad mirrors/seats. 7.3 turbo $9,960, (34) 372-4022 e sprayed
now;sl commoe,0h0lean4sips________Se___ Chvy 2004 S a dO diesel. 106K $12,000- or (334) 372-2415inside,$6500,Call334
new; commode, show- Clean, sips 6. Great CoSvertible AT,AC,CD,Sport,4Dun Cabe,(3m4.0798-2999 insid48 58-64450
fridge & range, awning car doily, 334-792-0619 Great cond. $1650.00, white, tan interior, 52k good, all options, needs REUE' oDlb,1995FIOnXL
Forest River Flagstaf 3347267516. . miles, grea on gas V6 some work, $2500, Call 6fl3 AIL . .aPiEDUuD--,FRtmperF"-.
2 0 5 , $ 6 9 9 5 , 3 3 4 - 7 9 2 C h e v ro le t '9 2 S p rin te r, 2 0 S ole ! $8 09 5 A F S 3 3 4 - ( 7 9 2 -4 1 0 0 ,o r 6 1 8 - OiB Call 3 3 4 1 94 8 n6 e Pum
2956. ft. self contained Motor SUNF 2008 50CC, moped, 684-8575 9101 8 . neil $'Cv00 ,sr 00e
Home. Groat for camp- tet legal. $801928 Mod'el A 2 door, Chevy 2004 1500, 4x4, call1314174-9496q8
Pilgrim '05 5th wheel 30 ing, hunting, fishing.o 79-5T $8000 334- Chrsls.r 2005 PT Cruiser Lincoln '06 Townear, good cond., located in regular cab, long bed,
ft. AT, AC, CD, 67k miles, Black, Designer Series, Columbus, GA. $16,500, 36K,$12,500. Please rF:,id '-c-.1 F 51 " .ALI upr
fsuper-slide must see $6700,3347622541 SUZUKI 1500 '01, BLACK, Retail $8950, must see 4 door, exc. cond. load- scall 334-726-07297 Cab. 7rt,:,n vs . d.1-. ,
floor plan, new condo serious Inquiries only,
very clean, $13,750. Call Allegro. '86 28ft. Motor 8000K mi. Like new. $7900, perfect car, 4 ed 7K miles, $25,000. Call(706)569-9921 Chevy 1998 Z71 X-cab AT, mind 3Et I i-- .
334-441-5580. Home, Like new cond., $5500. 334-470-0237. cylinder. Greg Ward Call (334) 347-2312 bed lner, bed encoder,
A MUST Suzuki Bergman Scooter Mazda 04' RX8, 62,000 1973Restored,ALLmintEdcondi runs & looks great! exc. cond., $6900, 334- Chevy Blazer '01, White
Nash 2004 5th wheel M- SEE! $12,500. Call '05, under 5K, runs well, miles. Runs great. Borla ti, garage kept, 96K Must see to believe 7144210or7677-6007 AT 6-cyl 4WD, 130k, PB Jeep '06 Wrangler Golden-
24-53, 1 slie impres- 792-8018or792-882? needs minor work, Cat-back exhaust. Take milgesk$,0 9-34 M ly $7200 WOW Ford 1993 F-SILT, 5th PsuCDo AM/FM, Eagle, Black, 6-Spd. 6
sive condition and 'su r o ,3 4-cmiles6$9,0000229-334-00un iFortos993-Satwh e&t,
equipment, W-07 Sil- Airstream '93 34 ft. deisel $3,250 010, Call (334) over pimts. $19k owed. 8719 Qi Mr793-0677. CD, very clean, warren-
verado available for to- 64.000K mi. exc. cond. 805-0440850-557-6199 2126 excellent condition 97K, - ty, $16,500, 334-774-
tal travel package, let's $25,000334-792079. Victory 1999 1500, 5K.Mercedes '00 Ben: S430. Dodge '94 Dakoiia C el l b ,r td f.r 4-r 4uto, 2ll a
discuss price. 334-701- 34' Allegro, 1990, 37,000 American made. bike Black, 1221Y. loaded ECb s,.r T ,4 4ABS. A sb-ptrierJ34566`12a. 99k ml., 4dr., auto, folly
415 miles. New tires/ex- $6000 Firm 334-618- new tires.ur,1r,:,,0,1,. o,.,Very "e nll ,FORD,6F251)%LT. J.new tires, very clean.e 6spdaAC,aPs.soundbar,
slides, king bed, ex- condo. $12,500. DD Yamaha 02' Zuma Scoot- Call9334-618-4'1 ,. $or.900 s2i.460.1114, met. : 5 'l)800068or477-3325 ospooptions.al whmiles
cellent condition. 334-565-3160/5040223 er. 6400 mi. 125mpg, mi. Daytona Sunset Mercedes 201 L :1c't.,00, CCall 3314726 232 $17,500229-376-2670
$34,500 000 650-547- '03 Class A Monoco La Windshield & luggage OrangeoEvery avail. silver/as'. ir:da.d Fe)d 9- Laria F?.I e 4CeVy T2005 Equinox IS $ 0 229-376-2670
Montana 02' 5th wheel bath. Loaded! Incl. car 850-352-4723 1,000mi. on Fire- SERIOUS INQUIRIES COnrrl'-t 5; B..A 4 4Y4, 1,I ,855. v.hIt.36 $12559 we Vretailecd,33,000K ml. sac
dolley & all furnishings -Star.N stone R/F$34,000. ONLY!! d..'r, 5 W r W e tirer, ' Irt. 11.,51 i, $10,75 WoW wre 0131 ,0-
heater, new 4000 Onan $75K.334-790-3480. helmet & cover. Onl1 I 333 05 i turinosed Oak9r q ,37 Quality Motors 334-684- Land-Rover '99 Range
generator w/inside re- wile ..n0 o call,,, 106Ford1 2126 Rover HSE 46, fully
mote,,$25k 000,-850- s.0341c413:1,,k334715 54 FerD '02 Ra $6,66r ( loaded, 95K ml., $9,900,
593-6046 512 Mo /orcycies/An .rr ,.Dodge 05 Dakot47SIT C, 4 D,:,,,r, "An, 6.6,,),: Chevy 2004 Tahoe, load- Call(334)797-0768
I20e-5 D2kota S hT, oeo. 334-090-7214. ed, leather, 3rd row
or, seeps7 -a - stroke, pro Citcun. . V-8 quad-cab. Ford '02 Ranger Edge, seating, rear AC, good
electric fridge, heat- Electra Glide. 100th An- 334-726-3842 o7b!!o,13,600.or l334-79 2-2Ss ,4(334)0899-7214 $6 8 ,00 Sal06 les, mintcond.Retail$ Mt Suo exc-
/cooling system. awn- niv. Edition. Police Spe- -6060or334-790-2054.(334)8997214 $18,50We'regiin e ml.,
ofr3130ml..1100,3100milesa- aFord '074150 Supercrew awayn- Quality1 Motors6$6,495, Call (334)
Jayco "08" Eagle 5th Garage kept. Lots of ex- ranty, $6200 0B0, 34 3eirgue .lrleather..,, . Larrat4X4whitesand 334-684-2126 677-1670
wheel'.,d . Sl. tras7-$15,500.-CallMike 101 r,, l. - b-e.._dcolor, w/ tan leBe Cl d
w heel, 2 91RLTS, 3 0e 7 3-5621 or 334-7q' c , L u ,.dI. '- ':- 8K.mi. fully loaded, Chevy'O7TahooL T2 , YouNa meit..
slides, with, covers, at 334-726-5262. 1463 leave message Mies, GPS, Glass 30 opbsedsInothing$2,0. Chv'7B ,. 34 9 ,572 reauthier Bimsoe C e HaIt
electric aMniing t$35K, r Otn0e $37,909 'Offer CChevy57 Belair 2 door, E.- 334-798-5725._CrmsnHaI!!


1-1t3ne H 'ne 1.13 j.1 rr..C P y Trj$ 1 7 1u iu rb T' 'it 1 * i I'
....6. he4T,3Corvette Coupe 1987 CD2l.yer$1047FX545, 38,000
--'-Iii iht , mr4r., r9., , *: 1 3 ,1. .4" 71Ki actual miles 1 Financing AvailableWAC. Tik l '04 F 45, 38,000
,JI Tr. .' owner, 2tops oherex- CalJohn334-797-0420 /es, fully loaded, ,rr LT. 6::. 1. . r
e , .. ju:l. : :, tras described when or Jason 334-714-1601 rg TrllS U T r nationon, rear view ,rd r, ,., .sn. r. r
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i I r . : .,e AurI ,n.d. ]u.3i.1,' . 49' Refer, trailer, 2 side cond., $31K, 718-6640. t.. e sta i25
BgR u.r n.uatr. ---- rj.-$--,0r,-i -t Cruet --.doors,"rollop back cd 3mote start. $25,500
3BiR.G. .:.r,.n :.~ ". - 4'. 4 Cr, r . PT ,ru',.r doors, roll up back r33474-3609 Tyota '04 4-Runner.SR5
Call , 2 3 0'8 16.'8 i,8-..r , urr,.ii,:, he CSeo iti, sew cy Bloc inga lar okee od SU A .-c silver, exc. cond.67K
Call229-308-1168. Harley Davidson '05 883 ' r, . ,. ,T,, for cooling produce, ex- Limited. 4x2, 4.0L in-line 6 Dodge 01 Durango, Bur- mi. Electric. Leather,
Sportster, custom seat, 883 --^._. _ _. : . rirH1 cellent condition, new yl. Black w/gray leather gundy, SUV. Auto. 8-cyl. Spoiler, warranty
Sportster, custom seat, m r w Id m r f,.r .interir. Pwr drs/win/mir 2 WD.118000 oaded, $18,500 OBO. 71-9595.
l custom shocks, blue i.n I n '4 ] Sr 2, pr .. 0 ,es , al l&seats. AM/FM/Cass/CD. runs wellvery clean,
Color. Excellent condo. ' i .,ii 1a r..r . . 4 522.756 Tilt/cruise. 152K mi.New Great cond. $6000 OOTOYOTA '04 Sequoia.
wheel, 2 slide outs. Ca442-6W52812000', Silverres" '-!57-1850 334.494-1988R
Cardi1334-6-462 BMW 5281 2000, Silver, restored. $950 714-64i ri ernatoral1 S7,11,, mi73,1662- m .4C. 850 33D,94l8. N C eather int.
a tExcellent Condition 4241. MitsubishiEclipse 07' 28,000 GVWR truck Ford '67 Bronco ,289, 4x4 very cleanGroat cond.
Great conds . ar ng Garage kept, 117K, Dodge 2006 Stratus ST, GT,V6,Loaded,lthr,6disk w/flatbed $ 65' Hi- Ford Custom-built '85 Lincoln Mark '06 LT Blac bikini top $4,000. Call $18,000.33-618-2058.
,i-..'. .:in 677-3133/797-5341 white, only 27k miles. $17900.,John 334-797- man-lift. All sales "as ed grat con d. Loaded. 22K mi. $28,000 2 Od Be ARa
98 Coachman Santara, - ' BMW '87' 3251 convert- This would great on 0420 or Jason 714-1601 is" basis via Sealed Bid $8,500, Call 791-8695 334-790-4720 Ford 2003 Eddie Bauer
98 23,0 m-l" ible$1400 aBe.sRunse gassmu2t sell .$11,900/0-- . Call 850- or 334-794-2426 CExplorer, V-8,i eather, 6 3
35ft. 23,000 miles, 334- ibs -140D334-7an -msts8issan '04 Titan Crew sunroof, blue & tan. 89k
7KW generator, 2 en- well334-794-5635 334-726-9128Ford 2002 150 crew- Cab, Black, Pick-up. Au- miles towing package. Chevy '88 cargo van 109K
tries, ducted CH/A, " f' .. Cadillac '94 Fleetwood - - 90' Ford F350 truck 460 gas cab, AT, AC, V8, CD to., 8-cyl. 4 WD. 47,000, $10,500 229-254-9129 mi. exc. cond. new
hydraulic levelers, Bghm, ilnor, 150k mi., engine, 104k, 5th wheel chrome wheels. Check Loaded, Like new. Ask-tire4-774-
rear leeans, sleeps $ 0 w/ ocoter chair, i hitch. All sales "as Is" ba- this out I! Sale $11900 ing payoff, Call 334-333- Ford 2005 Escape XLT AT, 2
d nowsr Harley Davidson '06 Dyna $4200, w/ scooter chair, .. md kF 5 c 1 TA re
6, leather power cap- Harley Davidson06 Dyn ' -"" . via Sealed Bid open Quality Motors 334684- 0797.AC, V6, all power 69K
tains chairs, base- Wide Glide Glacier chair lift.850-25-5677 E '06 GT a Red- /2 a -594- 26lty Mtrs 3-- 097 Retail $13,000 We're Dodge '99 Caravan new
ment model, great WhitePearl, 6-spd. days;,5 Exc. Cond. 46K mi. 6001 Toyota '97 Tacoma 200k giving them away! Your belts & trans. $3,200.
shape, all manuals, 5000 mi. Like new. New Cadillac '96 Fleetwood, $16,450 OBO, Call 334- Ford 99 F-350. Enclosed miles AC,CD, 5 speed, price $10,800 WOW 334-714-7678
service records Exhaust, Saddle Bags, Broutgham Edition, 22 333-7555 95' Ford F800, 21,000 Cor vic truck. $8000 good Condition, bspeed- it Motors 334-684-
Mustng 8 al, s e k , good condition, bedlin- QualtyMotrs&5584-FordityMWtnstar3
$32,000. 850-762 Backrest, Luggage rims ec. condo 78K Mustang 98 T, all pwr, GVWR flatbedd & 55 Call 334-774-8731 or er& tool box 334-797-rd '00 Wndtar L, all
3865 Rack. 2yrs left on ext. mi., asking $6400 OBO Ford '02 Taurus SES cold auto., blue new tint, H- Hi-Ranger 5F-48PBI lift. 797-5130 6186 electric, gold w/ beige
warranty. Bike is flaw- Call (334) 379-5118 air, tilt wheel, cruise Pipe, cold air intake, All sales "as is" basis Ford '98 Expedition Eddie interior, very good
less. $17,500. (334)494- control, leather, power great shape, 57K mi., via Sealed bid open Ford '05 F-250. 50k miles. Toyota '01 Tacoma Proe- Bauer 128K mi. 3rd row cond., $4995 Call (334)
7x12 enclosed Trailer 4784. Camero '91 convertialbe seats, sunroof. 75K. $11K w/ 2 yr. warr. or 6/12/08. Call 850-594- Asking $10,500. Call Runner, single cab, 20" seat. $5,200. 632-1100 889-1700
V-nose, rampdoor, Z-2 ew crate eng. $6,295. 334-792-2724 $10K as is. Everything 6001 941-268-1128. chrome wheels & 18 '_side_ _ _ _
side door, dderracks, Harley-Dvidson 2000 00.463 eng. $6295 334-792-2724rs. 4 7-19182 128 boards, K&N air clean-Ford '98 Expedition, 4.6 Ford 2000 Conversion,
tantun axels, 7,0001 bs. heritage soft-tail, pearl - - Ford '2002' Taurus SE, all GMC 2006 18ft box truck, Ford'00 F-150 Lariat with er, 4 cyl., 2wd, auto, eng., 1 family, never top quality by Mark III,
GWT. ElectricBrakes, white, lots of chrome, Camper Top for F-350 Ford, powerruns great. Nissan '05 Altima, Red, diesel, auto transmission brush guard. 103kml. snugbed cover, dual ex- been wrecked, $6200 like new, leather,fully
3 mths. old. $3,800. extra seats. $15,000 $650. 334-347-0415 or 334- Clean.$4 200. 0 . 4-dr. 70k miles. $10,000. 27k miles. $24,900 334- $9,000.Call334-693- haust, CD, super sharp. OBO, Must see to ap- loaded,must see $9950
Firm 434-238-8298. 334-693-0540 806-7578 (334) 726-1215 850-849-9045 673-4852 5454, leave message. 334-464-1999 preciate. (334) 687-0058 OBO 334-687-3171
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by the permitting action. 2242; Fax: 850-245-2303). 106.205 of the Florida Ad- sostate; that the permitting au- provided in this notice, Northwest District , P a
Sr cd For aditinal informa- Petitions filed by any ministrative Code. (e) A concise statement thoritys final action may unless the petitioner 160 Governmental Cen-
Stion, contact the Permit- persons other those enti- (F.A.C.). of the ultimate facts al- be different from the po- demonstrated to the Ad- ter, Suite308 REALTOR'
- ting Authority at the tied to written notice un- legged, as well as the sition taken by it in this ministrator of the EPA Pensacola, FL 32502-5794 'A,
Above address or phone der Section 120.60(3), A petition that disputes rues and statutes which notice of intent. Persons that it was it was impracticable (Telephone: 95-
number. If written com- F.S., must be filed within the material facts on entitle petitioner to re- whose substantial inter- to raise such objections 8300; Fax: 850-595-8096) .
ments or comments re- fourteen days of publica- which the permitting au- lief; ests will be affected by within the comment pen- .-.
Ford '03 Windstar, Lt. ceived at a public meet- tion of the public notice thority's action is asked () A statement of the any such final decision of od or unless the grounds The compete project file Since
Green, Minivan. 49k ing result in a significant or within fourteen days must contain the follow- specific rules or statutes the permitting authority for such objection arose includes the application for Per-1974
miles, Loaded, new change to the DRAFT of receipt of the notice of ing information: the petitioner contends on the application have after the comment pet- renewal, and the infor- 19.,
tires, very clean, Great Permit, the Permitting intent, whichever occurs (a) The name and ad- require reversal or modi- the right to petition to od. Filing of a petti nation submitted by the
cond. $9,800,791-9484. Authority shall issue a first. Under -Section dress of each agency and fiction of the agency's become a party to the with,. the Administrator of responsible official, ex-
prspnsbl official, e-.
Revised DRAFT Permit 120.60(3), F.S., however each agency's file orproposed action;and, proceeding, in accor- the EPA does not stay elusive of confidential re-
. -.- and require, if applic- any person who asked identification number, if (g) A statement of the re- dance with the require- the effective date of any cords under Section
able, another Public No- the permitting authority known; lief sought by the peti- ments set forth above, permit properly issued 403.111, F.S. Interested
__.-. - twice. All comments filed for notice of agency ac- (b) The name, address tioner, stating precisely pursuant to the provi- persons may contact Ar- PRUDENTIAL,
- will be made available tion may file a petition and telephone number of the action petitioner Mediation is not avail- sons of Chapter 62-213, mando Sarasua, P.E., at _L
for public inspection, within fourteen days of the petitioner; name, ad- wishes the agency to ableforthis proceeding. F.A.C. Petitions filed with the above address, or ROBERTS REALTY
receipt of that notice, re- dress and telephone take with respect to the the Administrator of EPA call 850-595-8300, for ad- JIM ..BER.T .AL
A person whose substan- gardless of the date of number of the petition- agency's proposed ac- In addition to the above, must meet the require- ditional information. Servingjacksoii & surrounding counties -since 1974
tial interests are affected publication. A petitioner er's representative, if tion. pursuant to 42 United ments of 42 U.S.C. Sec-
by the proposed permit- shall mail a copy of the any, which shall be the States Code (U.S.C.) Sec- tion 7661d(b)(2) and For photo tour of listings visit our wesite at:
Ford '86 E-050 8 passen-ting decision may peti- petition to the applicant address for service pur- A petition that does not tion 7661d(b)(2), any per- must be filed with the -WWW.PRU}IMROBERTSREATYCOM
ger club wagon. Whiten tion for an administrative at the address indicated poses during the course dispute the material son may petition the Ad- Administrator of the EPA - , ,ing i cort the-ponIM BERSREA
ger club wagon. Power hearing in accordance above, at the time of fil- of the proceeding; and facts upon which the ministrator of the EPA at: U.S EPA, 401 M Office 850-482-4635
brakes, Power steering with sections 120.569 ing. The failure of any an explanation of how permitting authority's within 60 (sixty) days of Street, S.W., Washington, Email:robb,'oes g i
A/C, rebuilt engine, and 120.57 of the Florida person's right to request petitioner's substantial action is based shall the expiration of the Ad- D.C. 20460. Email: robbyrobe1tsl2@gmail.com
runs well, Fair cond. Statutes (F.S.). The peti- an administrative deter- rights will be affected by state that no such facts ministrator's 45 (forty-
$3,500 or obo. Cal 334- tion must contain the in- mination (hearing) under the agency determi- are in dispute and other- five) day review period A complete project file is An Independently owned ad operated member
899-5601. formation set forth be- Sections 120.569 and nation; wise shall contain the as established at 42 available for public in- of the Prudential Real Estate Affiliates, Inc.
low and must be filed (r- 120.57, F.S., or to inter- (c) A statement of how same information as set U.S.C. Section 766d(b)(1), section during normal YVA If Al l
GMC 1998 Safari Van, received) in the Office of vene in this proceeding and when the petitioner forth above, as required to object to issuance of business hours, 8:00 a.m. lYURl . , 1,
pass, V6, AT, AC, Rear General Counsel of the and participate as a pai- received notice of the by Rule 28-106.301, F.A.C. any permit. Any petition to 5:00 p.m., Monday
cond.. r 8K m. $3,500. Department of Environ- ty to it. Any subsequent agency action or pro- shall be based only on through Friday, except COULD
mental Protection, 3900 intervention will be only posed action; Because the administra- objections to the permit legal holidays, at: C0l.U 'W rvR&
334-677-7748/803-3058 Commonwealth Boule- at the approval of the (d) A statement of all tive hearing process is that were raised with 4113 Leisure
Nissan '04 Quest. White, vard, Mail Station #35, presiding officer upon disputed issues of ma- designed to formulate fi- reasonable sp ecificity Permitting Authority l LakesDrive
58k mi. Loaded, War- Tallahassee, FL 32399- the filing of a motion in terial fact. If there are nal agency action, the fil- during the 30 (thirty) day Department o nviron- Lakes Drive,
ranty, DVD Ent. System, 3900 (Telephone:850-245- compliance with Rule 28- 'none, the petition must ing of a petition means public comment period mental Protection Chipley
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LF14082
Notice of
Proposed Ordinance
The Town of Greenwood
proposes to adopt an or-
dinance regarding code
enforcement. A public
hearing oh the proposed
ordinance will be held on
Tuesday, June 10, 2008,
at 6:30p.m. or as soon as
can be heard in the Town
Hall, 4207 Bryan Street,
Greenwood, FL. The or-
dinance is entitled:
AN ORDINANCE OF THE
TOWN OF GREENWOOD,
FLORIDA, ESTABLISHING
PROCEDURES FOR CODE
ENFORCEMENT, SETTING
FINES AND FEES RELAT-
ED TO CODE ENFORCE-
MENT, REPEALING IN-
CONSISTENT PRIOR OR-
DINANCE PROVISIONS,
PROVIDING FOR SEVERA-
BILITY, AND PROVIDING
AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
More information can be
obtained and the pro-
posed ordinance may be
inspected at Greenwood
Town Hall, 4207 Bryan
Street, Greenwood, FL
(telephone:850-594-1216)
Persons wishing to com-
ment may do. so in per-
son at the public hearing
or by writingto t he Town
of Greenwood, P. 0.
Drawer 9, Greenwood, FL
32443.
Phone 850-594-1216 E-
Mail townhall@towno-
fgreenwood.org Fax 850-
594-3914
If an individual decides
to appeal any decision
.made by the council with
respect to this meeting,
a verbatim transcript
may be required. If so,
the individual should
make. provision for a
transcript to be made at
the meeting, (Re: Florida
Statute 286.0105).
Pursuant to the provi-
sions of the Americans
with Disabilities Act, any
person requiring special
accommodation to par-
ticipate in this meeting is
asked to advise the Town
at least 8 hours before
the meeting by contact-
ing Town staff at the
above address or phone
number.
Charles Sanders, Mayor
Attest:
Suzanne M. NeSmith,
CMC
Town Clerk -
Publication Date:May 25,
2008 �
LF14086
PUBLIC NOTICE OF
INTENT TO ISSUE TITLE
V AIR OPERATION
PERMIT RENEWAL
Florida Department of
environmental Protection
DRAFT Permit Project No.:
0630028-007-AV
Marianna Facility
Jackson County
The Department of Envi-
ronmental Protection
(permitting authority)
gives notice of it's intent
to issue a Title V Air Op-
eration Permit Renewal
to Spanish Trail Lumber,
LLC for the Marianna Fa-
cility located at 6112 Old
Spanish Trail, Marianha,
Jackson County. The ap-
plicant's name and ad-
dress are: Spanish Trail
Lumber, LLC, 6112 Old
.Spanish Trail, Marianna,
FL 32448.
The permitting authority
will issue the PROPOSED
Permit, and subsequent
FINAL Permit, in accor-
dance with the condi-
tions of the DRAFT Per-
mit unless a response re-
ceived in accordance
with the following proce-
dures resresults in a differ-
ent decision or signifi-
cant change of terms or
conditions.
The permitting authority
will accept written com-
ments concerning the
DRAFT Permit for a peri-
od of thirty (30) days
from the date of publica-
tion of the "PUBLIC NO-
TICE OF INTENT W-:5-
SUE ILE V AIR UPERA-
TION PERMIT IENEWALr.
written comments must
be post-marked and all
facsimile comments
must be received by*the
close of business (5:00
pm), on or before the end
of this 30 day period, by
the Permitting Authority
at Florida Department of
Environmental Protec-
tion Northwest District,
160 Governmental Cen-
ter, Suite 308, Pensacola,
FL 32502-5794 (Tel-
ephone: 850-595-8300;
Fax: 850-595-8096). As
part of his or her com-
ments, any person may
also request that the
Permitting Authority
hold a public meeting on
this permitting action. If
the Permitting Authority
determines there is suffi-
cient interest for a public
meeting, it will publish
notice of the time, date,
and location on the De-
partment's official web-
site for notices at
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* Waterfront home on Merritt Mill Pond * 2BR/2B w/ office OR
3BR/2BA *,1806t sq. ft. homg * Additional Waterfront lot available
* Spiral staircase to sitting & viewing area * #08-527
McPherson
i i~ ." .i ,, Dr., Alford

* 1568 sq. ft. home * 3 bedrooms & 2 baths * 2t acres
* 249� front feet on the lake * Dock & 3 outbuildings- #07-1982
2472 Kiwi Trail. Marianna



flors, interior paint A inte coun mops , & much rne! # #88-707
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Greenwood

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Smokey Rd.,
Graceville

front feet on newly paved State Rd. * 14' cleared ceiling height
STruck high loading dock * f#0l8-418
. Hwy 71 & 1-10,
Marianna


SEWER & WATER * Co. water detention * Deed restriction apply* #07-3081
2730 US 231,
Cottlondale


sewer runs down Hwy 231 * Co. water down Barber Rd. on S. side of
property * Home & 32.88 +/- acres #08-566



2119 Aaron Ave.,
Grand Ridge

G d ], T, r , . - 1 ii. Formal dining
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i- Kynesville Hwy..
Marianna


bedroom plan * Formal dining & family room w/cathedral ceiling
* $3000 toward Buyer's closing cost * #08-151
2960 Chase Way,
Marianna

*1st in Jackson Co. CertifiedEnergy Star Home * 2743 sq. ft
*Additional acreage available * 4 bedrooms & 3 baths * Central Vacuum
System Tanddess Gas Waterheater * Grante Countertops #08-629
4862 Dgwood Dr.
5 z M3ri3nna

* 1350 +/- sq.ft. 3 bedrooms & 1.5 baths* 1.20 +/- acre lot
'* fence back yard * Owner financing available* �08-742


3060 Hunter Fish
Camp Road


* NEW: Carpet, Paint, kitchen appliances, light fixtures & more!
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ur BackDoor 6665 r3dieVRd.
8 - $7.20 a week Grand Ridge
10- $9.00 a week
0 - $10.80 a week
2 - $12.96 a week YOUR HORSES * 3 or 4 bedrooms & 3 baths * 50 pecan trees
4 - $15.12 a week * Howell Termite Bond * #07-2879
k-ups & Delivery 68
WelcoCe urcih Rd.,
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Tree '4 bedrooms & 2 baths* Seller wlli pay ALL of Buye s closing costs
Services * 10 acres HIGH & DRY and mostly cleared * Home warranty * #07-1783
4511
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6 AA Family roo00m fireplace * 2 car garage & outlilding I Termile bond 08-885


SSE V'4715
0-594-7961 Sheffield Dr.,
greenwood, FL Marianna

1 t676� sq ft. home * 3 bedrooms & 2 baths * LARGE outbuilding/shop
* Oak cabinets in kitlcen 2 car garage *' 07-3034
5211 Marcus Dr.,
| I I Greenwood

* 1107 +/- sq t. * 3 bedrooms & 2 batlhs* Fenced back yard
* Vinyl siding * #07-2501
Vour 263
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~NEW LISTINGI
HOME and Business Opportunity. Nice
brick 3/2 home on 3.26 acres and a work-
ing dog kennel for $250,000. If pur-
chased as a single home dwelling for
$199,900, dog kennel will be moved.
Approx. 35 miles North of Panama City
Beach. #2944 MLS #08-715
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kitchen cabinets & stainless steel appliances.
Near Riverside School & downtown Marianna.
Good investment property, first time buyer or
retiree. #R2930. $83,600


North Oaks - Spacious brick 3/2 home w/garage &
screened porch. Large formal living room and dining
room. All BRs have walk-in closets. Large master
bedroom has separate entrance, could be mother-n-
law suite. Landscaped I acre lot. #08-541. $175,000
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Brick 1700 SF 3/2 home on 4.99 ac in the coun-
try. Fenced for animals. Chain link fencing
around the house. Wet weather pond & 1,456
SF old barn on property. Handicap master bath.
08-596 $150,000


MARIANNA Near Downtown. New updates in
this home within past 6 months. 3rd BR being
used as utility room. C/A&H, insulated win-
dows and FP w/ electric logs. Old garage/stor-
age bldg. #08-598 $69,000


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07-3070 Beautiful 3+ acre lot has oak trees and cleared
for building. Frontage on a pond in SW corner of lot.
Lot located in vacinity of Silver Lake. All the amenities
of Compass Lake Hills - horseback riding, swimming,
boating, fishing, rental of cottages, campsites & lodge
on McCormick Lake, etc. #2899 ONLY $37,000
kI.lks. 14th.k Ik.. 14sillo Fa tl


BONIFAY-Built in 2007., this 3/2 home features
split BR design. Wood burning FP in LR. Maple
kitchen cabinets, GE appliances, stacked W&D,
laminate & ceramic tile floors. Lots of upgrades.
#08-472 $185,000
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07-1692 Marianna - 5 Acres. County maintained road on-
North side of property and a private road on East side. Wet
weather area on SE side, possible pond site. MH ok. $39,900.


07-1472 10 acres. Approx. 14 yrs. old pines.
$75,000. Will sell 5 acres $40,000.


* COTTONDALE - 40 Acres has
mature timber & homesite on back 20
acres. Front 20 acres is wet. Excellent
hunting. #06-1863 $200,000.
* Lots in Compass Lake in
the Highlands Subdivision
beginning at $15,000
* 1.45 Acres wooded lot in area CLH
Lodge. All amenities CLHI #07-523
$36,000
* Cerro Gordo Estate, Westville. Enjoy
fishing & relaxing near
Choctawhatchee River. Lot has water
& septic. #07-2162 $10,000.


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5454 10th STREET, Malone. Pristeen home in immaculate
condition. Over 1800 square feet of living area, ponderosa
pine paneling in den and Master Bedroom. 100' x 190' lot
with large oak trees. $129,900.







MERRITS MILLPOND WATERFRONT home on Spring
Chase Lane. Split-bedroom plan with Great Room, din-
ing room, and master bedroom opening onto covered
porch. Lighted'walkway to dock. $379,900



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2933 GREEN ST. - HISTORIC, true victorian
home has been authentically restored. Features
of this home include 3 marble fireplaces, 13'
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split level design near Jackson Hospital
and Chipola College. Large family room
with fireplace, formal LR and formal DR.
1.2 acre corner lot. $196,500


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entities. Pole barn, double carport w/shop,
patio, screened porch... Only $88,900 Can
be bought with additional acreage.

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derful cabin with massive screen porch. Enjoy
nature and the lake! $110,000







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newly remodeled on 2.5 acres with small fish
pond. It's a "Must See!"
ONLY $63,900..







2679 CHOCTAW TRAIL - Indian Springs. POOL!
Spacious brick home on wooded, acre lot. Very
well built and energy efficient! Call us! $289,900







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on 2+acres just East of Penn Ave. Lot begins at
corner of Edinfield Street. $155,000



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NESTLED on private and secluded landscaped 3.64
acres in Falling Waters Park/Golf Course area. Home
features stone fireplace in living room with cathedral
ceiling, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, front porch, screened
back porch and two car garage. MLS 08-811 $189,900


P K IRI. KIC s UtE D I IUI O w n n i . n th lr3 lld s, o io Ins, . n ine i
foot ceilings with crown molding, hardwood lainintilt'd
floors and tongue and grove walls. I10nic located in
town, close to a park and in a nice ncigutborhood. MLS
07-2541 $131,000


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Beautiful new home in desirable neighborhood. Close to town,
'shopping, and schools. Built to stringent 130 m.p.h. wind code, with
7/12 roof pitch, CraneBoard siding, 9 foot ceilings, good sense
insulation, thermopane windows, heal pump, solid wood cabinets,
rolled edge counters, 20' sxbxs refr., smooth top range, landscaped
yard, 2 decks, realtor owned MLS# 07-1439 $215,900


Your nome in i e country awants,. ust minutes roin town out w/o ie
crowds, noise & traffic. New 3 bed 2 bth brick hm has many custom
features incl Zodiac Marble Cnlr tops, top-of-the-line stainless apple
& Maple Cbnts in ktch; Hampton Bay Ceiling Fans; fluted door
casings: sensor Ightg; frnch doors open to b/y; pedestal sinks; pint
shulters:fireplace; metal roof; 12x24 shed w elec. COME SEE!
MLS# 08-469 $169,500



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Very new, well maintained, 3BR/2BA MH on 3.45 acres in a seclud-
ACREAGE IN THE COUNTRY with updated ed country location 6 miles outside Marianna. Property is spectac-
mobile home. Very private setting with lots of wildlife ular w Ig Oaks providing shade for your hm & a Ig deck that over-
in thealooks your own pvt woods. Open fir plan, center island & picture
Sthe area. nt with 3 bedro s like w side-by- window in kitchen. walk-in closet ietna BR, lovely master bath,
side refrigerator/freezer, stove, washer/dryer and new plantation blinds, extra insulation, security Ights on each corner.
front porch. All on approximately 1.56 acres. Come see MLS# 08-821 $109,000
MLS 08-233 $55,000 .__
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Newly constructed modular home built to 150 m.p.h.,wind codes in
brand new Carriage Oaks Subdivision. Complete with heat pump,
good sense insulation, thermopane windows, sheetrock walls, 2 X
10 floor joist, 2 X 6 exterior walls, stove, refrigerator, dishwasher, 12
BIG PRICE REDUCTION!! Very nice doublewide X 20 parking pad with cement walkways. Underground utilities with
l hm wh 3 , 2 b s, e city water . Close to town, shopping, and schools. Realtor owned.
mobile home with 3 bedrooms. 2 baths, extra nice MLS#07-1047 $118,200
kitchen, corner fireplace in den, covered front porch I-
and a one car carport. Great country location.
MLS 08-201 $38,500


GREAT RENTAL INVESTMENT PROPERTY!
Cute home with 2 bedrooms, new roof and water
heater large lat.ndry room with cabinets, loIs of
kitchen cabinets, iewer counter ilops and ceilig Iianss
throughout. MLS 07-2728 $65,000


WELL MAINTAINED HOME AND YARD located
in picturesque setting, just minutes from Marianna and
Dothan, AL. Great place to start if you're a first time
hoMne buyer. Call today for more details.
MLS 08-410 $75,000


with lots of windows in living room and dining room,
3 bedrooms, 2 baths, new faucets & lighl fixtures, front
and hack decks. Carport with auiached storage build-
ing that has electric. MLS 07-2481 $99,000



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482-2613573-094
Nan Harkleoad Carles
594-3702 263-367
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573-6198 209-1090
Debbie Ron Smith-Hesel
594-4931 557-3800
Pat Furr
52-34


Country living yet close to town. When you turn onto 100 Acre Dr, an
Oak canopied st will lead you home. This 2/2 hm is well maintained
and kepi neat as a pin. Decks on frnl & back of hm allow you to enjoy
the 2.44 acres of couritry surrounding you. Call me to take a look - I
don't think you'll be disappointed. MLS#0 07-2745 $67,000







Gorgeous hm & prop. Lodge-like hm w 5BR & 2.5BA w a Ig spring
fed pond in your backyard. Hm features hardwood floors, formal Ivg
rm & den, wel bar rm, built-in cabinetry and lots of functional cooled
storage on tower level. Upstairs deck overlooks pond. Check-out the
photo tour or, better yet, see it in person - there's lots to like about
this hm. MLS# 07-2578 $222,900








Excellent investment opportunity awaits a savvybuyer Active,well
maintained/managed mobile home park a few miles outside
Marianna. Offers paved road frontage close to Hwy 90, 10 lots, 8
homes + owner's home (all owned by seller), with zoning (accdg to
prop appr) to accommodate 18 more units. Property incl. 2 barns
filled with pars/equip necessary to maintain rentals. 10+% ROI at
full ask. MLS# 08-758 $350,000
















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LITTLE DOVE RANCH on 13.6 acres just 45 min-
utes from the PC Beach. Horse ready. Big granddaddy
oaks. Appx 6 acres of pasture. Updated f'armn house
and bunk house. Fenced & cross fenced. Producing
1/4 acreblackberry orchard/possible income. Large
barn/ workshop, green house, all in a picturesque set-
ting. All for $274,500 MLS #: 08-365


EXECUTIVE ESTATE located on 62 beautiftil acres
south of Chipley. This 2 story southern living home is
inviting from the large front porch to the stariway lead-
ing upstairs. 4/4 & a formal living diningg room with
separate family room is open and flows well. Large
master bed & bath. Comes with 3 car garage. This
home is impressive! $849,001110. MLS #: 08-318







INCOME PRODUCING property! Edgewood III, an
established apartment complex consisting of 8 fur-
nished units, is available for purchase. Edgewood I
and II are also available. Buy one or all three!
Edgewood III ONLY $335,000 MLS #: 08-800 '


IMMACULATE 4/2 Doublewide on I acre, paved
street. Completely updated. All new appliances,. all
new carpet. all new tile. New paint. New frontdeck,
new skirting. All like new. 5 minute, from town.
Recent FHA approval. $89,900 MLS #: 08-554


BARGAIN! BARGAIN! BARGAIN! Come see this like
new 3/3 DW. Metal roof. New vinyl siding. Split BR
design. Large front & back deck. All on I acre with
beautiful inground pool with new liner and fence.
Ready for entertaining or relaxing! 6 miles from Wal-
Marl. All for $99,9001! MrLS #: 07-31046

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LIKE NEW 3/2 home on Highway 90. New metal
roof, new vinyl siding, Hardwood floors, gorgeous
yard, heat pump, pecan trees, fig trees. 3 outside build-
ings, partially fenced.. Possibly great business loca-
tion. All this for $139,500! MLS #: 08-851







BEAUTIFUL 2006 Triplewide 4 bedrooms 4 baths.
All stainless steel appliances, built in office space.
Rock faced firepolace. 2 nice back decks. Separate
living room/family room. 36x36 horse barn with 2
12x12 horse stalls & lack room. All this on 6 acres
for only $149,000! 1 horse stays! Convienent to
Chipley or Marianna. MLS #: 08-610
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WATRI'RIMNTI'! 6.4 ALRES. 300t lect on wvaler!
Beautiful private Springled Lake in Jackson County!
Deed Restricted! Well & Septic laink. Power. Ready for
you to build your new home! Come swimt & fish oir just
errjoy the view! All for $199,000! MLS #: 08-292


BELOW RECENT APPRAISAL! Nice 14x70 2
bedroom 2 bath mobile hour on 3/4 acre. Nice Yard.
Large Shade trees. High & dry lot. Inside & Out
irnimaeuClae! Large back covered ,patio. Apprx 6
miles out of Marianna. All this for $52,500! MLS #:
08-807


LOCATION! W9 Acres right on Highway 231. I ligh
visibility & High traffic count year round. County
sewer & City water available. Excellent development
with city of Cotloundal. Possible city annexation.
$1,584,000. MLS #: 06-3289


EXCELLENT LOCATION! Greal visibility and
ighway I'rontage comes \ihi this commercial
building. Apprx sIout SS. Needs complete renovation
(rootl, clecrical upd #i. ciie.). In I )Do\\'ntown
Colnondale!. $210,000 MILS #18-912


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