Jackson County Floridan

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Jackson County Floridan
Sunday paper issued from <1979-1985> as:
Sunday Floridan
Portion of title:
Jackson County Floridan
Place of Publication:
Marianna, Fla
Chipola Pub. Co.
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Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
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Remains moved to DNA lab

Still no


on two sets

found in April
Two sets of skeletal remains found with-
in days of each other at separate sites in

Jackson County this April are now under-
going DNA tests at a lab in Texas, to deter-
mine the identities of the deceased.
Whit Majors, an investigator with the
Medical Examiner's Office in Panama
City, said an anthropological team in
South Florida had been working with the
remains in both cases, up until a few
weeks ago.
The team there assembled what they
could of the remains, looking for clies to
cause of death and other information.
The team's findings have not been
released. When their work was finished,.
the remains were sent on to the Texas
DNA lab.
In both cases, the remains were found

near the homes of men who were reported
missing long ago. But it is not known
whether the remains found belong to
either of them.
A man out walking his dog found a
human skull near Compass Lake in south-
west Jackson County on April 16.
That discovery came as investigators
were finishing up their work several miles
to the northeast, at a site. in Cypress north
of U.S. Highway 90.
A hunter had found skeletal remains
there on April 13. The bones were scat-
tered near a fence which separates a
stretch of farmland from the woods
The remains in the Compass Lake case

were found about a mile south of Pikes
Pond Road, near Cornwell Road. The site
is about a half-mile from the residence of
a man who disappeared in 2002.
The remains in the Cypress case were
found about a half-mile from where David
Crawley was last seen alive six years ago
this past April.
Crawley's sister, now deceased, reported
at the time that Crawley had run from her
home into the woods nearby. She reported
he was in a state of distress because he was
under the impression that someone was
after him.
Majors said he didn't have any estimate
as to when the DNA lab would have

Early voting off to a slow start

Early voting commenced
Monday for the Aug. 24 primary
Voters can go to one of three
early voting sites Mondays
through Saturdays until Aug. 21,
between the hours of 8:30 a.m.
and 4:30 p.m. each day.
As of Wednesday morning, a
total of 267 people had voted
early at the three sites.
Jackson County Supervisor of
Elections Sylvia Stephens said
the numbers are fairly typical for
the first few days of early voting.
"It always starts kind of slow,"
Stephens said. "We usually have
between 4,000 and 6,000 people
voting early, and things really
start getting busy in the last
week. I think a lot of people are
still making up their minds."
She said she's hoping to see
more early voters this year, since
this will be the first time she's
had three sites for them to use.
Until this primary, early voters
had to go to her office in
Marianna to cast their ballots.
Now, registered voters can also
go to the Sneads or Graceville
city halls. They don't have to be
residents of either area to use the
sites.for early voting.
"It's a good opportunity for
people who have tight sched-
ules," Stephens said. "Maybe
their weekdays are so filled up
that they need to vote on
Saturday. Maybe they don't want
to wait until election day to vote
at the polls for fear of bad weath-
er, or because they're working
out of town, or on double shifts
that' day. It's an option we're

Poll workers Roy Turner and Nathan Hooppell help Scott Gosnell, equipment manager at the
Supervisor of Elections Office, put a sign back up announcing early voting. Mark Skinner /

happy to provide."
As of 10 a.m. Wednesday, 29
people had voted at Graceville,
29 at Sneads, and 209 at
Just as on election day, early
voters need to bring a picture
identification, like a driver's
license or similar form of ID. If
someone forgets to bring accept-
able ID, they can vote with a pro-
visional ballot. But it won't be
counted until two days after the
election, to allow time for verifi-

cation of identity and eligibility
to vote.
Stephens provided some other
reminders for voters.
School board races are non-
partisan, meaning all registered
voters in the district can cast a
vote for any candidate running
for that seat.
There is only one school board
race on the ballot this year,
because District One incumbent
Terry Nichols and District Four
incumbent Chris Johnson are

In District Five, incumbent
Charlotte Gardner faces chal-
lenger William Holt Floyd.
The rules are different in pri-
mary elections, like county com-
mission races, where candidates
run by party affiliation.
The purpose of a primary is to
allow the registered voters in
each party to select one of their
candidates to advance to the gen-
See VOTING Page 4A >


tip leads to

drug arrests
An anonymous
tip led to the
arrest of three
people in
Marian na
morning, accord- Michael K.
ing to a newsMHaes
release from the Hodges
Marianna Police
Michael Keith
Hodges, 50, of
4381 Clinton St.,
Apt. 3 in
Marianna, and
Michael John
Orshall, 39, of Jodie G.
2868 Kynesville Mosley
Highway in
Cottondale, were
charged with
mine, manufac-
turing metham-
phetamine within
1,000 feet of a MichaelJ.
church, posses- Orshall
sion of a con-
trolled substance and posses-
sion of drug paraphernalia.
Jodie Gayle Mosley, 30, of
7679 McKeown Mill Road in
Sneads, was charged with vio-
lation of state probation and
possession of drug parapherna-
On Wednesday morning, the
Marianna Police Department
received an anonymous tip of a
See ARRESTS, Page 4A 1

City goes to self-insurance


Marianna city employees are getting an
upgrade to their health coverage, but not without
some risk to the city.
The Marianna City Commission unanimously
voted to join a self-insured health trust at a spe-
cial meeting Monday.
At an earlier city commission meeting July 29,
Gallagher Benefit Services presented informa-
tion on a self-insured trust called Public Risk
Management of Florida Health Trust, or PRM.
PRM is a consortium of municipalities
throughout Florida that band together to obtain
coverage for employee health insurance, accord-
ing to the presentation.
Thirty-seven municipalities were listed as cur-
rent PRM members.
The city will still offer coverage through Blue
Cross and Blue Shield of Florida. Employees
will have two to three plans to choose from, City
Manager Jim Dean said in a phone interview
The commission had two main concerns: the
risks involved with self-insurance, and the differ-
ence in coverage between the city's current plan
and the plans PRM offers.
Dean said there is some risk involved with
self-insurance, but PRM has mitigated much of
the risk.
PRM spreads it out among all the municipali-
ties that participate, and takes out reinsurance,
according to the presentation from Gallagher
Benefit Services.
Also, if members of PRM have concerns with
the program and want to get out of the pool, they
just have to give 60 days notice.

Richard Schell talks to Marianna city commis-
sioners about self-insurance during a recent
meeting. Mark Skinner / Floridan
Commissioner James Wise said he took time to
talk with people about PRM, and emphasized his
concern over the risk involved with becoming
He expressed the importance of looking at the
long term, and making sure future commissions
and city managers understand the risks of self-
The benefits seemed to outweigh the risk in the
minds of the commissioners.

See CITY, Page 4A >

John MacTa'gart rode his tricycle through Jackson County on a
3,000 mile bike trip to St. Augustine to demonstrate the cycle,
which he, his father and his brother designed. Deborah
Buckhalter / Floridan

High tech trike

treks across county

Anyone who was on the east-
ern stretch of U.S. Highway 90 in
Jackson County last Saturday or
Sunday may have caught a
glimpse of a very unusual tricycle
on the street.
The low-slung bike had a tall
jib sail attached to the two front
wheels. If he had a headwind,
owner and co-designer John

To see the
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MacTaggart probably had the sail
unfurled, letting the wind pull
him along without having to
See TREKS, Page 4A >

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August 12 Thursday.
The Jackson County Farmers' Market is
open, 6:30 a.m. until all fresh produce is sold
out, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays in
the Jackson County Courthouse parking lot.
The state certified farmers' market accepts
FMNP/WIC and Elder Affairs coupons.
The Southeastern Community Blood
Center mobile unit will be at the University of
Florida Jackson County Extension, 8 a.m. to 1
p.m.; and at AT&T in Marianna, 2-4:30 p.m.,
or donate blood at the center, 2503
Commercial Park Drive in Marianna, Monday-
Friday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Call 526-4403.
St. Anne Thrift Shop, 4287 Second Ave.,
Marianna, is having a half-off sale on all
jeans, shirts, shoes, women's purses and Ty
Beanie Babies. Also, buy one, get one of equal
or lesser value free on all children's clothes,
children's purses, VCR tapes, DVDs, CDs and
women's small clothing (size 0-9). Sale runs
the entire month of August. Shop hours:
Tuesday and Thursday, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Call
Members of Networking Healthcare
Professionals meet for a lunch and learn, 11
a.m. at the Gazebo Coffee Shoppe & Deli in
downtown Marianna. The presentation will be
by Jackson Hospital. Lunch is Dutch treat.
R.S.V.P. to Nina Neel, 850-674-5464.
The Jackson County School Board con-
venes a board workshop at 4 p.m.
The Tobacco-Free Partnership of Jackson
County's first meeting of the new fiscal year
starts at 4:30 p.m. in the Citizens Lodge, 4577
Lodge Drive, Marianna. Immediately follow-
ing will be the first quarterly Jackson County
SWAT meeting; countywide youth officers will
be elected. Call 526-2412, ext. 188.
Grand Ridge Middle School athletic phys-
icals will be conducted 4:30-6:30 p.m. in the
new gym. Cost: $20. Call 482-9835, ext. 221.
The Tri-County Community Council Inc.
Board of Directors meets at 5 p.m. in Simbo's
Restaurant on US Highway 79 North, Bonifay.
The Town of Grand Ridge convenes its
regular monthly council meeting at 6 p.m. in
the Grand Ridge Town Hall. Call 592-4621.
Thursday Night Concert in the Park -
Jackson County Parks and Recycling
Department's summer concert series contin-
ues tonight with bluegrass from Dry Creek, 7-
9:30 p.m. at Citizens Lodge Park in Marianna.
Admission is free. Bring lawn chairs, blankets
and enjoy the free outdoor concert.
Alcoholics Anonymous (closed discus-
sion), 8-9 p.m. at the First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna, in the
AA room. Attendance limited to persons with
a desire to stop drinking.

August 13 Friday
The Marianna One Stop Center hosts a
free Employability Skills workshop on
"Employ Florida," 10-11 a.m.; and one on

The Marianna Police
Department listed the
following incidents for
Aug. 10, the latest avail-
able report: One aban-
doned vehicle, one suspi-
cious person, one infor-
mation report, one sick-
ness or subject down, one
verbal disturbance, two
burglar alarms, one panic
alarm, 13 traffic stops,
one larceny, three tres-
passing complaints, one
dog complaint, one assist
of a motorist or pedestri-
an, three assists of other

agencies, four public
service calls, one patrol
request and two threat or
harassment complaints.

The Jackson County
Sheriff's Office and
county Fire/Rescue
reported the following
incidents for Aug. 10, the
latest available report
(Some of these calls may
related to after-hours
calls taken on behalf of
Graceville and
Cottondale Police

"Resume Skills," 3:15-4:15 p.m. Public wel-
come; no charge. Call 718-0326.
Celebrate Recovery hosts adult and teen
meetings to "overcome hurts, habits and
hang-ups in a safe environment" at Evangel
Worship Center, 2645 Pebble Hill Road.
Dinner, 6 p.m. (free for first-time guests);
meeting, 7 p.m. Child care available. Call 209-
7856, 573-1131.
Alcoholics Anonymous (open meeting), 8-
- 9 p.m. at the First United Methodist Church,
2901 Caledonia St., Marianna, in the. AA

August 14 Saturday
The Jackson County Farmers' Market is
open, 6:30 a.m. until all fresh produce is sold
out, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays in
the Jackson County Courthouse parking lot.
The state certified farmers' market accepts
FMNP/WIC and Elder Affairs coupons.
Tips for Tiaras The North Florida Miss
Heart of America State Queens will be bag-
ging groceries for tips, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at
'the Winn-Dixie on Lafayette St. in Marianna.
Money donated will be used to purchase non-
perishable food items for the Chipola Family
Ministries Food Bank. The event kicks off the
"Jackson County Prelim Pageant," also a food
drive to benefit the Chipola Family Ministries.
The Fourth Annual Jackson County Youth
Council Back-to-School Rally starts at 3 p.m.
at The First United Methodist Church's Wesley
Center, behind the Marianna post office. There
will be a panel discussion on how to be suc-
cessful in, school and beyond, followed by a
question-and-answer session, door prizes,
refreshments and free school supplies for
students while they last. Call 592-2901 or e-
Alcoholics Anonymous (open meeting),-
4:30-5:30 p.m. at the First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna, in the
AA room.

August 16 Monday
The Marianna One Stop Center hosts a
free Employability Skills workshop on
"Interviewing Skills," 3:15-4:15 p.m. Public
welcome; no charge. Call 718-0326.
Jackson County Development Council Inc.
convenes its monthly board of directors
meeting at 5 p.m. in the upstairs conference
room of the Nearing Court Office Building,
2840 Jefferson St. in Marianna.
The City of Marianna Municipal
Development Department will conduct a
neighborhood meeting, 5:30-7:30 p.m. in
the McLane Community Center, 4291 Clay
St., where speakers will briefly discuss
energy efficiency, healthcare, recreation
opportunities, first aid/fire prevention
training and affordable housing. Others will
be available after the meeting with informa-
tion on municipal services, affordable

Departments): One acci-
dent with injury, one
accident w'ith unknown
injury, two hospice
deaths, four abandoned
vehicles, .
one reckless "-
driver, four Z--
suspicious A,
vehicles, ,R-IME
one suspi-
cious incident, two suspi-
cious persons, one funer-
al escort, two highway
obstructions, one mental
illness, one burglary, one
burglary of a vehicle, one
physical disturbance, two

housing and more. Call 482-2786.
Concerned American Patriots of Jackson
County gathers for its monthly meeting at 6
p.m. in the Ag Center on US Highway 90 West
(next to, the National Guard Armory) in
Marianna. Featured speaker: Rebecca O'Dell
Townsend presenting "Constitution Crisis -
Part II." Pete Mallory, candidate for judge, will
also be a guest. Public welcome.
Alcoholics Anonymous (open meeting), 8-
9 p.m. at the First United Methodist Church,
2901 Caledonia St., Marianna, in the AA

August 17 Tuesday
The Jackson County Farmers' Market is
open, 6:30 a.m. until all fresh produce is sold
out,. Tuesday, Thursdays and Saturdays in
the Jackson County Courthouse parking lot.
The state certified farmers' market accepts
FMNP/WIC and Elder Affairs coupons.
St. Anne Thrift Shop, 4287 Second Ave.,
Marianna, is having a half-off sale on all
jeans, shirts, shoes, women's purses and Ty
Beanie Babies. Also, buy one, get one of equal
or lesser value free on all children's clothes,
children's purses, VCR tapes, DVDs, CDs and
women's small clothing (size 0-9). Sale runs
the entire month of August. Shop hours:
Tuesday and Thursday, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Call
Optimist Club of Jackson County meets
every first and third Tuesday, at noon, in Jim's
Buffet and Grill, Marianna.
Christine Gilbert teaches free quilting, cro-
cheting or knitting classes, 1 p.m. at the
Jackson County Senior Citizens center, 2931
Optimist Drive, Marianna. Call 482-5028.
Chipola Nursing Pavilion and Retirement
Center hosts an open house to give away free
school supplies, 3-5 p.m. at 4294 Third Ave.,
Marianna. First come, first served. Light
refreshments will be served, and door prizes
will be given out. Bring supply lists to gather
specific items. Call 526-3191.
The Jackson County School Board con-
venes its regular meeting at 4 p.m.
The Jackson Hospital Board of Trustees
convenes a Building and Grounds Committee
meeting at 5:30 p.m. in the Hudnall Building
Community Room.
Riverside Elementary School hosts parent
meetings (no students) at 6-6:30 p.m. (third
grade); 5:30-6 p.m. (fourth grade); and 5-
5:30 p.m. (fifth grade). An open house is set
for Aug. 19.
The Panhandle Public Library Cooperative
System convenes a board meeting at 6 p.m.
in the PPLCS office, 4439 Marion St.,
Marianna. Call 482-9296.
Jackson County Quilters Guild Marianna
Sit-n-Sew is Tuesdays, 6-8 p.m. in the First
United Methodist Church Youth Hall, Clinton
Street, behind the Marianna Post Office. Call

woodland fires, 10 med-
ical calls, one traffic acci-
dent, one traffic accident
with entrapment, two bur-
glar alarms, 17 traffic
stops, one larceny, two
papers served, two civil
disputes, one juvenile
complaint, two assists of
other agencies, four pub-
lic service calls, five
transports, one patrol
request and three threat
or harassment complaint.


The following persons
were booked into the
county jail during the lat-
est reporting period:
Dakatah Santigo, 25,
6378 Blue Springs Road,
Greenwood, violation of
state probation, battery
(domestic violence).


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

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Jackson County Youth Council Youth President Aldrich Johnson Jr. accepts
Greenwood Mayor Charles Sanders. Contributed photo

a donation of school supplies from

Jackson County Youth Council

accepts Greenwood donation

Jackson County Youth
Council Youth President
Aldrich Johnson Jr. accepts a

donation of school supplies
from Greenwood Mayor.
Charles Sanders during a
recent town council meeting.
The Jackson County

Youth Council will distribute
these and other supplies at its
fourth annual Back-to-
School Rally.
The rally is set for

Saturday, 3 p.m. at the
Wesley Center, directly
behind the Marianna post
office.. Free food and door
prizes will also be available.

Alabama Raptors at Landmark Park

Each Saturday in
August, Landmark Park
will present fun, education-
al family programs at 10
a.m. in the Interpretive
Center Auditorium.
The next 'Science on
Saturday will be held on
Aug. 14 and will feature
Alabama Raptors. Louise
Grider of Sweetgum

Hollow Wildlife Center out
of New Brockton will bring
non-releasable, rehabilitat-
ed hawks native to this
region. Their feeding, hunt-
ing and nesting habits will
be discussed and you will
have .the opportunity to see
these creatures up close.
Upcoming topics for
Science on Saturday will
include Alabama Snakes
on Aug. 21 and "Come

Find Your Way A Guide
to GPS" on Aug. 28.
Admission is free with
paid admission to the park
($4 for adults, $3 for chil-
dren 4-15, free for mem-
bers and children 3 and
.under). Reservations are
required, and space is limit-
ed, so call 334-794-3452
Landmark Park, home of
-the Alabama Agricultural

Kaplan University announces

local summer online graduates

Kaplan University cele-
brated the graduation of its
summer 2010 class during a
live ceremony on Aug. 7 in
Chicago. Harold Ford Jr., a
former U.S. Representative,
served as the keynote speak-
er. Shemeiko Byrd of
Marianna and Patsy A.
Pittman of Greenwood were
both awarded a 2 + 2 bache-
lor's in criminal justice.
"Graduates like you-must
use your education and skill
set to make this a stronger,
more vibrant and dynamic
nation," Ford told the approx-
imately 730 graduates'in
attendance. "It takes courage
and determination to improve

Adria Clark

Clark graduates
gifted program
Adria Clark, daughter of
David and Cassandra
McCray of Homestead, and
Charles Clayton of
Greenwood, graduated
from the Homestead Middle
School Genesis Gifted
Program, achieving the
Outstanding 'Superior
Award in language arts, and
was the third top student of
the Gifted Program.
Adria will be attending
South Dade Senior High
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County rejects extra landscape money

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The Jackson County Commission has
decided to decline an extra $93,000 the
county was offered to expand its pending
landscape improvement plan for State
Road 71.
The money could have been used to
either add more landscaping to the area
between Magnolia Road and U.S.
Highway 90. or extend the project down
U.S. 90 toward Marianna.
The commission will stick with the
$9C. iiiii grant it has already been prom-
ised by the Florida Departmept of
The county plans to landscape medians

with native trees along the busy eastern
corridor leading into Marianna from
Interstate 10.
The commission had applied for the
money, but had been reluctant to take even
the first $96,000 it was offered, knowing
the county would be responsible for mainte-
nance of the area over the long term if it did
so. DOT currently carries that burden.
Worried about how much it would cost,
commissioners had tabled a decision on
the money more than once, as they sought
more information about the scope of the
continuing obligation.
The commission unanimously signed
off on the $96,000 grant after learning that
the Department of Transportation appears
willing to continue taking on the lion's

share of the maintenance work.
At that time, County Engineer Larry
Alvarez told the commission about sev-
eral other things he'd learned from DOT,
information which may help explain why
the county declined an opportunity to
nearly double its money.
If the county landscapes just the medi-
ans, rather than the sides of the road, the
county's obligation is confined to the
medians. Commissioners had feared the
county would have to take over every-
thing from south of Interstate 10 to U.S.
DOT has also agreed to continue edging
and sweeping the curbs of the medians, if
the county keeps its landscaping away
from the edge, leaving enough room for

DOT mowers to maneuver.
DOT also indicated that it might actually
pay the county to do the landscaping main-
tenance, according to Alvarez.
Some commissioners feared that taking
money to landscape the sides of the road,
or extending the project along U.S. 90 may
have negated DOT's commitment to con-
tinue helping with maintenance, or may
have meant the county would be solely
responsible for maintaining the area.
Some commissioners had additional mis-
givings about taking the extra money,
because it might translate into costly and
time-consuming new responsibilities for the
The decision to reject the inoney was
made by consensus Tuesday morning.

Alabama man charged for meth Round Lake death
deemed natural causes


An alleged traffic violation led to the
arrest of an Alabama resident ondrug
charges. A press release issued
Wednesday stated Slocomb, Ala. resi-
(lent Chalcn Kieth Carter was driving a

S1990 Jeep Wrangler when he was
pulled over on U.S. Highway 231 in
Cambpellton Aug. 6.
Deputies with the Proactive
Criminal Enforcement Unit of the
Jackson County Sheriff's Office
allegedly found roughly four grams of

crystal methamphetamine in Carter's
pocket. The drug has an estimated
street value of $500, officials said.
Carter is charged with possession of
methamphetamine, a third degree
felony punishable by up to five years in
prison and a $5,000 fine.

Greenpeace to study effects of oil spill


It has protested whaling in
the Southern Ocean, chased
off people illegally fishing
for the Patagonian toothfish
and studied climate change .
in the Arctic. Now the
Arctic Sunrise, a 50-meter
long icebreaker owned by
Greenpeace, is about to head
out to sea for nearly three
months to study the wide-
ranging effects that 172 mil-
lion gallons of oil has on the
Gulf of Mexico. It will
depart from St. Petersburg's
port this morning.
Scientists will monitor
sponges in the Florida Keys
to see if traces of oil and dis-
persants have passed
through them. Researchers
will study blue crab larvae
and check for new dead
zones well below the surface
of the Gulf. And they will
try to see if the number of
dolphins, turtles and whales
is what it should be.
"This isn't going to kill


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Lovie Iola

Mrs. Lovie Iola Daniels,
83, of Marianna passed
away Tuesday, Aug. 10,
2010, at her residence.
She was a lifelong resi-
dent of Jackson County
and was a member of the
Pentecostal Holiness
church. Mrs. Daniels en-
joyed taking, care of her
family, especially her
She was preceded in
death by her husband, Jim
Daniels; daughter Mary
Fears; son Charles Daniels;.
parents Clearance and
Mary Bland; brothers
Chester Bland, Joe Bland
and Earl Bland; sister
Dorothy Daniels; grandson
Chester Yell; granddaugh-
ter Bebe Perez; great-
granddaughter Gabrielle
Conner; and son-in-law
Theo Conner.
Survivors include daugh-
ters Effie Carter of Marian-
na, Sarah Conner of Pensa-
cola, and Clara Jones and
husband Terry, of Mel-
bourne; stepson Buddy
Smitherman of Panama
City; sister Vernice Sim-
mons and husband
Tillman, of Montgomery,
Ala.; son-in-law Elwin
Fears of Marianna;
brother-in-law Buddy
Daniels of Grand Ridge; 10
grandchildren; 10 great-
grandchildren; six great-
great-grandchildren; and a
great host of nieces and
The funeral service for
Mrs. Daniels will be Friday,
Aug. 13, at 10 a.m. in Ma-
rianna Chapel Funeral
Home, Rev. Buddy
Smitherman officiating. In-
terment will follow in Car-
penter Cemetery.
The family will receive
friends 6 to 8 p.m. Thurs-
day, Aug. 12, at Marianna
Chapel Funeral Home.
Marianna Chapel Funer-
al. Home is in charge of ar-
Expressions of sympathy
may be submitted online at

the Gulf, but there is little
question that we are going to
be feeling the effects of this
spill for decades," said John
Hocevar, a marine biologist
and oceans campaign direc-
tor for Greenpeace. "So
much of this is still
unknown. We are just begin-
ning to understand what is

happening now, let alone
what will be occurring in
coming years and decades."
Greenpeace workers have
been dotting the Gulf Coast
shoreline since the April 20
explosion aboard the
.Deepwater Horizon 'rig 40
miles south of Louisiana.
They have taken water

quality samples, monitored
the air and reported when
boom was not adequately
protecting the shoreline.
Hocevar has seen a lot of the
devastation firsthand, such
as when he came across
50,000 dead hermit crabs in
an area smaller than the size
of a football field.

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possible meth lab at Hodges' address, on him after a pat down, according to the
according to the press release, release.
Officers went to the apartment and told A search of the apartment revealed that
Hodges about the tip. Hodges denied Hodges and Orshall were allegedly both in
involvement in manufacturing metham- possession of small amounts of metham-
phetamine. He consented to a search of his phetamine, items used in manufacturing
apartment, methamphetamine and several kinds of
In the apartment, the officers saw a glass drug paraphernalia, according to the
pipe in plain view. ,release.
Orshall was in the apartment and was Mosley, who was in the apartment at the
arrested when officers reportedly found time, was also searched. Drug parapherna-
methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia lia was allegedly found in her bag.

Voting Continued From Page 1A

eral election. off on the general election ballot in
Therefore, in partisan races, voters can November.
Only cast a ballot for a candidate in their In District 2, Republican candidate Joel
party. Clinton Pate will be pitted against one of
This will change in November, when the two Democratic candidates, either incum-
candidates who won the party primaries bent Ed Crutchfield or challenger Howard
will face off. At that point, voters can cast Glass.
their ballots for either candidate, regard- In District 4, Republican Michael J.
less of their party affiliation. Shores will be pitted against one of three
In this particular primary, there are two Democratic candidates. They are incum-
Republican candidates in county races, bent Jeremy Branch, and challengers
and neither have opposition within their Wesley A. Kutcheyand William F Nelson.
party. Therefore, they will not be on the Stephens reminds voters that this will be
August ballot and will automatically the first election held since several polling
advance to the general election Nov. 2. places were consolidated to save money on
These two races are the county commis- equipment and poll worker salaries.
sion District 2 and District 4 seats. Instead of 25 precincts, there are now 14.
In those races, only the Democratic can- To see a list of the current polling places
didates will be on the primary ballot. The and. to find out more about the upcoming
Democratic winner from August and the election, visit Stephens' website at
opposing Republican candidate will face

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"It's no question they're
better benefits," Wise said
The new plan is "better
for the employees by far,"
and the cost is better for
the city, he said.
The most noticeable
changes in coverage
between the current plan
and the new PRM plan are
in pharmacy and in-net-
work specialist services.
Employees pay a $100
deductible, and then 50
percent for prescriptions
under the current coverage.
Under the new PRM plan,
prescriptions will cost $10
for generic, $25 for pre-
ferred and $60 for non-
'preferred brands.
Under the current plan,
employees pay 20 percent
of the cost of seeing a in-



network specialist after
they meet a deductible of.
$1,500 per person, or
$4,500 per family. Under
the PRM plan, it is a $30
Employee's health insur-
ance premiums are cov-
.ered 100 percent by the
The city has budgeted
about $470 a month per
employee for health insur-
ance. The PRM plan will
cost $428.26 per employee,
Dean said.
The commission voted
Monday to take the $42 per
employee, or $142,000 a
year savings, and put it into
a restricted health insur-
ance account. This would
be kept in reserve in case
Premiums are drastically
higher next year, Dean said.

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The man whose body was
discovered Monday near the
water's edge at Round Lake
died of natural causes,
according to the Medical
Examiner's Office in Panama
Investigator Whit Majors
made the determination
Tuesday afternoon, saying
75-year-old Joseph John
Lukasko. died of heart dis-

Lukasko had left his home
to go fishing at the lake on
Monday around 6:30 a.m.
His daughter spoke with him
on the telephone around 7
His body was found by
swimmers around 10 a.m.
He was on his back, sub-
merged from the chest down
in about one foot of water.
His head was above water on
the concrete landing.

Treks Continued From Page 1A

pedal. MacTaggart passed
through the county over the
weekend on his way to St.
Augustine. By the time he
gets there later this month,
he will have traveled 3,000
miles on the bike that he,
his father Phil and brother
Rigo designed and built.
They call it a Pterosail,
and MacTaggart's trip was
a test drive. They're mar-
keting it for a price starting
at $5,000, and it can be
seen on their website,
pte'rosail com.
MacTaggart's daily blog
can also be found there.
The trike goes for $6,700
equipped with extras,
including solar panels .to
power electronics like cell
The solar panels sit atop

a canvas which provides
shade on MacTaggart's
The model he rode was
also equipped with a video
camera that documents his
The trike he's riding also
has equipment which con-
verts braking power to
energy. The energy is
stored in a lithium ion bat-
tery, which MacTaggart can
turn on to help him ascend
steep hills and ride without
pedaling, even if his sail is
He started his trip in San
Diego on June 26, with
girlfriend Jenny Brown
driving a support car to
accompany him. Their dog,
Lola, also came along for
the ride.

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The commissioners also
voted to name Dean as the
city representative to the
PRM board of directors.
Each municipality or
member of PRM has a rep-
At the meeting Monday,
Dean said he felt most
comfortable if he was the
representative for the city.
Overall, Dean is positive
about the self-insurance
plan and the benefits city
employees will see.
"We will have better cov-
erage for our employees,"
he said.
The new coverage will
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Tigers try for turnaround

After four consecutive playoff appear-
ances, the Graceville Tigers suffered a dis-
appointing 3-7 campaign in 2009, falling
out of the playoffs for the first time since
In 2010, Graceville coach Todd
Wertenberger hopes a youthful Tiger
squad will turn things around and find its
way back into the postseason.
The Tigers started fall practice Monday.
The coach said he is pleased with what he
has seen from his players in the early
"It's going good. We're seeing real good
attitudes from the players," Wertenberger
said. "But it's jdst a lot of inexperience out
there. We've got a lot of work to do."
Graceville returns just two starters on
offense, and six on defense from last
year's team.
The Tigers also return sophomore quar-
terback Jacky Miles, who flashed poise
beyond his years during his freshman sea-
Wertenberger said Miles has done
everything needed to prepare himself to.
play at a higher level and handle more
responsibilities this season.
'"Jacky's already done a lot for us, study-
ing in the offseason," the coach said. "We
want him to take the reads in offense to the
next level, to take the mental game and
preparation with checks at the line to the
next level.
"He's worked so hard for us. He's still
not going to be a senior, but with the men-
tal part of the game, he'll be about a sen-
ior level QB. He's not going to be as con-
sistent as a senior. He'll make some mis-
takes, but he understands the offense well
enough now that he's every bit as good
with the mental part as his brother Justin
was as a senior."
Justin Miles led the Tigers to an eight-
win season in 2008 by directing a lethal

Graceville Tigers head coach Todd Wertenberger talks to his players during a fall football practice on Monday in Graceville.
The Tigers open the preseason with a jamboree against Sneads on Aug. 27 in Graceville. Mark Skinner/Floridan

option attack that set school rushing
Younger brother Jacky could have a
more difficult time leading the Tigers to
such heights. Graceville looks to replace
four starting offensive linemen, as well as
running backs Leron Hoover and
Treyshaun White.

Mammoth offensive tackle Leander
Ford returns, as does senior lineman Keon
Woulard, who got plenty of snaps in 2009.
But beyond those two, Wertenbeger said
there are question marks on the offensive
"They're two big guys," the coach said
of Ford and Woulard. "But after that,

we're tiny. We're going to have to rely on
the option game and the passing game.
"We're not going to be able to pound it
-in there from that power set like we've
done in the past with those big 'bruising
running backs. Now, we've got smaller,
See TIGERS, Page 6A >

Shannon thinks it's time for 'Canes to step up


When he took over at Miami,
Randy Shannon had a list of
things he knew had to happen
before the Hurricanes could
return to prominence.
Recruiting needed to be more
effective. Academics had to be a
top priority. Players were asked
to get.bigger, stronger, faster.
"It's been a challenge,"
Shannon said.
True, yet all those things seem
to have been scratched off that
initial to-do list.
Miami's roster is loaded with
depth again. Size and speed have
been added to just about every
position. The Hurricanes are one
of the best-performing major
college football teams in the
classroom, something that
Shannon thinks shows a level of
discipline that could easily trans-
late into better showings on the
field as well. *
So all those baby steps have
been taken.
The way the Hurricanes see it,
all that's left to do now is win.
Still eyeing its first- Atlantic
Coast Conference title, Miami
expects to take a giant leap for-
ward in 2010, with a returning
24-touchdown quarterback in
Jacory Harris, quite possibly the
deepest corps of wide receivers
in the country, along with plenty
of talent at defensive line, run-
ning back and in the secondary.
The Hurricanes were 9-4 last
season, the second one in a row

"What we've done,
where we've been,
where we're going as
far as this football
program, it's in the
right direction."
-Randy Shannon,
Miami head coach

where they won two more games
than the year before, and if that
trend continues Shannon doesn't
see any reason why Miami
won't be in the hunt for an ACC
"What we've done, where
we've been, where we're going
as far as this football program,
it's in the right direction," he
The schedule won't make
things any easier for Miami.
After opening at home against
Florida A&M on Sept. 2, Miami
plays its next three on the road
- at Ohio State, Pittsburgh and
Clemson, a daunting lineup by
any measure. And when the
Hurricanes finally get home
again, it'll be to meet none other
than Florida State, the popular
pick to win the ACC title and
represent the conference in the
Orange Bowl.
Plus, the games that may be
Miami's biggest in the Coastal
Division, against Georgia Tech
and Virginia Tech, come in mid-

Miami head coach Randy Shannon, right, watches players
stretch out during the first day of training camp on Aug. 5 in
Coral Gables. Wilfredo Lee/Associated Press

"We're not trying to look at
any of that now," wide receiver
LaRon Byrd said. "I think that's
what hurt us last year. Last year,
we looked at the first four games
as our hardest games, and when
we went 3-1, it was like, 'Oh,
we're going to go to the national
championship.' And that kind of
hurt us down the road."
A year ago, Miami opened
with Florida State, Georgia
Tech, Virginia Tech and
Oklahoma, with some national

pundits expecting the Hurricanes
to go 0-4. They went 3-1, soar-
ing in the national polls, only to
stumble against both Clemson
and North Carolina to miss out
on playing for the ACC title and
berth in the Orange Bowl.
They learned their lesson. So
talk of Ohio State, and a
matchup of the two programs
who played one of the most
memorable national champi-
See CANES, Page 6A >

Former Buc

Brooks retires

from football

TAMPA Former Tampa Bay
Buccaneers linebacker Derrick
Brooks is officially retiring from
the NFL, making the announce-
ment in a two-minute video pres-
The 11-time Pro Bowl selec-
tion hasn't played in the league
since being'released by the Bucs
following the 2008 season. He
thanked fans, coaches and former
teammates, including Warren
Sapp, John Lynch, Ronde Barber
and Simeon Rice, in the video
message posted Wednesday on
the web site
"I simply want to say thank
you to all you fans for supporting
Derrick Brooks as well as the
Buccaneers throughout my 14
years," Brooks said.
The Bucs have scheduled a
news conference for Thursday.
Brooks played 14 seasons,
helping transform Tampa Bay
from a franchise that had been the
laughingstock of the NFL into
Super Bowl champions. He was
the NFL defensive player of the
year in 2002, the season the Bucs
won the Super Bowl.
Brooks was selected to 10 con-
secutive Pro Bowls beginning in
1997. He was released in
February 2009 and, despite insist-
ing he was still capable of playing
at a high level, was not signed by
another team.

UF coach Meyer 'feels great' in latest return to Gators


GAINESVILLE He resigned, then
returned. He took a leave of absence,
then kept working. He guarded details
about his health like a playbook, then
revealed a few. He finally stepped away,
then enjoyed the downtime so much he
promised to do it again.
The last eight months have been far
from routine for Florida coach Urban
Meyer, who provided the college football
world with more twists and turns than
Percy Harvin in the open field.
Now, he's back again and looks
healthy, re-energized and eager to lead
the Gators to the Southeastern
Conference championship game for the
fourth time in five years.
"I feel great, especially when I get to.
see what kind of team we have," Meyer
said. "It's a good-looking team."
Nothing at Florida looked good on
Dec. 26, when Meyer announced his res-
ignation three weeks after he was rushed
T to the hospital with chest pain.
Meyer's decision surprised players,

assistant coaches and fans. He spent the
previous three weeks brushing, aside
questions about his health, granting few
people access to the thoughts running
through his head. There was even less
information about his medical condition.
His chest pain started about four years
ago and became "rather significant" in
2007. Still, he didn't do anything about it
until he fainted getting out of bed Dec. 6
hours after a 32-13 loss to Alabama in
the SEC title game and his wife called
"If you haven't walked in those shoes,
you really don't have any idea," said
Florida defensive line coach Dan
McCarney, who spent 12 years in charge
at Iowa State. "You can hear about it or
see it or read about it, but you don't know
until you walk in those shoes and feel the
pressure every day of trying to be as good
as you can be and make sure everybody's
the best they can be."
Meyer underwent a battery of tests. It
was the kind of scare that would make
most 45-year-old fathers reconsider their
daily routine. Doctors later told him he
needed to get his condition fixed or he
could end up,in worse shape.

That's when Meyer decided to re-pri-
oritize his life, coming to the conclusion
that he needed to step down as head
coach. At least for a few hours.
"The biggest concern was not knowing
what the problem was," Meyer said.
"Have I had that before? I have. But not
to the detail that occurred last December.
I just didn't know and I wasn't getting the
answers. Saying 'Don't worry about that
pain,' that's not easy to live with."
Although he was still worried about his
health and his family, Meyer withdrew
his resignation the following day after an
emotional team meeting, a sleepless
night and. a morning practice. He called
athletic director Jeremy Foley from the
practice field, then told his wife, three
children, players and assistant coaches
just before they boarded a flight to New
Orleans for the Sugar Bowl.
Meyer instead decided to take an
indefinite leave of absence.
That plan was short-lived, too. He
stuck around after the bowl game to hire
four assistant coaches and lock up the
nation's top recruiting class.
See MEYER, Page 6A >

University of Florida football coach Urban
Meyer speaks to the media during the
team's Media Day on Tuesday in
Gainesville. Erica Brough/The
Gainesville Sun/Associated Press



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He took a few weeks off
after national signing day
- he went to Hawaii on. a
coaching junket then
was back in the office two
weeks before spring prac-
He finally got away in
April. He traveled to Rome
.and saw the Pope, took a
trip to Israel, visited the
Masters golf tournament

onship games of the past
decade, is taboo. These
Hurricanes have the requi-
site swagger, yet insist their
approach when it comes to
the schedule will be busi-
nesslike, even downright,
"The feeling that we
have is a genuine feeling
that at every position,
there's no flaw," safety
Vaughn Telemaque said.
"At every position, some-
body's ready to make a
play. At every position,
somebody's going to make
a play."
If there are concerns
heading into 2010; it likely
revolves around the offen-
sive line which, literally
and figuratively, got a huge
boost with the arrival of 6--
foot-8, 350-pound Seantrel
Henderson, who originally
signed with. Southern
California as the most cov-
eted recruit in the nation,.
then was released wheinthe
Trojans were-hit by NCAA
sanctions. Henderson could
play from Game 1 at
Another issue of some

with his daughter and took
in a Tampa Bay Rays base-
ball game.
It was the first time in a
decade as a head coach that
Meyer had been gone for
several days at a time.
"I'm going to do that
again," he said. "I'm going
to spend time (away), espe-
cially when you look at
what stage I am in my life,

concern is linebacker,
although returning stand-
outs Sean Spence and
Colin McCarthy appear to
be as healthy as they've
been in some time. Special
teams should be a strength,
anchored by kicker-punter
Matt Bosher, one of the
nation's best at both jobs.
"We've come a long way
as a football team at the
University of Miami,"
Shannon said.
He knows this was sup-
posed to be a process,
although it tested his
patience. Shannon has seen
all the ebbs and flows of
Miami football over the last
three decades around his
alma mater.
Shannon was recruited
by Howard
Schnellenberger, played for
Jimmy Johnson, then
coached alongside Dennis
Erickson, Butch Davis and
Larry Coker. In short, he's
seen just about everything
at Miami. A new chapter,
he expects, will be written
this year.
The work's been done.
Shannon truly thinks this is

with my children at their
ages. I think I learned
something, and it made that
part that much more enjoy-
He returned to work with
a summer tan, weighing
more than he normally
does during the season and
walking with a bounce in
his step.
* "He's just appreciating

the year with a payoff.
"That's a part of being at
the University of Miami,"
Harris said.
"Every year, you've got
to go 12-0. It may not hap-
pen like that, but at the
beginning of the season, no

life a little bit more, trying
to take an extra breath or
two now and then,"
McCarney said. "The last
few months he's probably
spent more time with his
family, and I just see a real
peace of mind with him
right now.
"I just think he's enjoy-
ing coming to work more
and I think he's enjoying

matter what your preseason
ranking is, no matter what
goes down, you're still sup-
posed to go 12-0. It's some-
thing you've got to deal
with. And if you're not pre-
pared for it, you shouldn't
have came to this place."

and embracing every day
even more than he ever
He also has another stel-
lar team coming back. The
Gators are not quite as
experienced as they were
last season, and Tim Tebow
is now in the NFL.
Without Meyer, Florida
would have been a wild.

card this season.
With him, the Gators are
national title contenders
"He's the same guy. He
hasn't slacked off or any-
thing," center Mike
Pouncey said.
"We weren't worried.
We knew he was going to
be back."

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quicker backs."
Junior back Derae Laster
and senior Jeremy Watford
showed flashes of ability
last season, and senior
Connor Renihan will also
be needed to contribute.
"They've got to do what
they. do well,"
Wertenberger said of the
backs. "They can't be
Leron Hoover or Treyshaun
White. They have to be the
best guys they can be.
They've just got to give 100
percent on every snap."
That kind of effort wasn't
always evident with the
Tigers last season, when
they lost six of their first
seven games of the year,
before winning two of their
final three.
Wertenberger said it's
important his team maxes
out in effort and execution
in every game this season.
"I think the most difficult
thing about last year was
that it wasn't so much the
wins and losses, but it was
that we did not feel like we
had played our best games
as a team," the coach said.
"We didn't do everything
we could to be good and
win games.
"If we give everything
we've got and lose the
game, you tip your hat,
shake the other guys'
hands, and you still feel
good about yourself. But if
you're not ready to play
and could've done better,
that leaves a bad taste in
your mouth."
Graceville is using fall
practice to try to restore
positive habits regarding
energy and effort, as they
prepare for their preseason
jamboree against Sneads on
Aug. 27.
"I want to see (the play-
ers) going full speed in
everything we do, going
100 percent," Wertenberger
said. "We can coach and fix
mistakes, but we can't
coach heart. We can't coach
hustle. They've got to do
that. They've got to give us
everything they've got."
If last season's struggles
don't provide the impera-
tive to do so, it's hard to
imagine what will.
"It motivates all of us,"
Wertenberger said of last
season's record. "I certainly
hope it does. I'hope we
remember what it felt like,
because we can learn from
it. We have to do everything
we can to make sure it
doesn't happen again.
"The players have got a
real good attitude, and we
have good team chemistry.
But it's up to them to prove
it. They can make goals,
but they've'got to prove it
every play, every snap. It's
an ongoing thing. You real-
ly can't evaluate it until the

end of the season."
After hosting Sneads in
the jamboree, the Tigers
kick off the regular season
on Sept. 3 at home against

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Dear Annie: I am a blessed child of two Meanwhile, you cannot change the choices
wonderful, loving people. My parents are they make, but you can encourage them to,
incredibly generous. Right now, they are put- present a united front to Liz, whatever it hap-
ting my sister through school and paying all of pens to be.
her expenses so she will graduate debt-free. Dear Annie: I'm a newlywed. My wife and,
They have helped me in countless ways, both I get along great, but we are experiencing
emotionally and financially, and my husband, growing pains. She has a Facebook account,;
as well. They have custody of my cousin's and one of her photos is what I would deem
child because my cousin is a drug addict. They overly\risque. She is dressed, but barely. As her
also help my grandfather, saying how husband, this really bothers me. I've told her
fortunate they are to be in a position to h ow I feel, but she doesn't want to dis-
do so. -L cuss it. Don't I have any say in the
My issue is with "Aunt Liz." Ever matter? Husband With No Say
since I can remember, she's been \ Dear Husband: Not as much as'
sponging off my parents. My parents you think. You don't get to dictate
are raising her grandchild, and she how your wife presents herself.
can't even be bothered to baby-sit for \ \ However, a wife who cares for her'
a day. Liz used to work full time, but was husband takes his opinions into con-
'temporarily on disability. When she was sideration (and vice versa) and
able to work again, she managed to lose\ responds in a way that shows respect for
every job she had. She doesn't even try any- the marriage..We wouldn't make too big a,
more. She just.asks my parents for money. deal over this. It's probably temporary. Your
My mom is stressed about the number of wife sounds a bit immature, but time should
people depending on her and worries what will take care of that.
happen when she and Dad retire. She has start- Annie's Mailbox is written by Kathy Mitchell
ed refusing when Aunt Liz wants money, but and Marcy Sugar, longtime editors of the Ann
Liz will go to my father's workplace and cry Landers column. Please e-mail your questions
until he gives in. to, or write to:'
Annie, it would be different if Liz were mak- Annie's Mailbox, c/o Creators Syndicate, 5777
ing an effort to become independent, but she's W Century Blvd., Ste. 700, Los Angeles, CA
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Some deals require a line of play that most players would
not even consider. Luckily those deals are in a very small
minority, but occasionally one rolls into town like today's.
How would you plan the play in four spades after West leads
the diamond jack? The blast into four spades by North would-
n't appeal to everyone. But if he had used a game-invitational
sequence, you would have readily bid game.
You have four possible losers: two hearts and two clubs.
And given his vulnerable two-level overcall, West probably has
both the heart ace and club king.
Many Souths would see nothing better than to draw trumps,
cash the other diamond winners, and play a club to the queen.
After West wins with his king and returns a club, the declarers
would win with their ace and exit in clubs, hoping West would
have to win the trick. Here, though, East would take it and push
a heart through South's king to defeat the contract.
This is a deceptive deal because the contract is guaranteed
if you assume West has the heart ace. After drawing trumps
and eliminating the diamonds, play a low heart from both
hands. Presumably East will win and shift to the club jack, but
you win with your ace and lead the heart king. After West takes
his ace, he is endplayed. He must either play on clubs, letting
you score your queen, or return a spade, which yields a ruff-
and-sluff. In both cases, you lose only one club trick to go with
the two hearts already conceded.
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CH&A No Pets- $500 lVacation Propertes
Doctors Memorul Hospital + $300 dep. (80)
352-4222/557-4513 1607-A Lakefront Dr.
10" Compound Mider Black & Decker Dresser, mirror, Men's Wk Pants & Salt & Ppper Shak- has a full-time position avilble for a 3BR 3BA 2200 SF
Saw & Table $150 Bench Grinder on Queen headboard, Jeans- Several from ers w/napkin holder C ef Financial Townhome at The
850-573-1065 stand $25 850-573- new frame, $100 850- 32to35$3eaor 2/$5 or bowl $3,w/o$2 i onancia, 69 RD Point .Lake
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$51065 8r5a 0 942 INfiatable boat 4 300 850-569- SOLID OAK KING immediate opening for a Tire and Service /2 on lac., $700/mo 0599
Track 40. (850)209- Childs picnic table, (850)592-2507 OMEGA JUICER- re- m $400 Sales Consultant 2 years experience 8 tomized Golf Cart For
4572 wood $50 850-624- tails $249 almost new (850)592-2507 Sale. Red exterior
8 05 3185 5c 10MO D S T7 $ 00/m o seats told down.
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$35/ea850-526-3426 1940"s$225 850- space $25/a or $20, Med. $10, Sm $5 needsdrivebelt 25 6X12 enclosed trailer
526-3365 2/$40(850)209-4572 850-526-3037 850-569-2194 Health $525/mb 850-258- w/1 side door & dbi
Bas $Oetball Hodo 8 at 8)2 0S IO ES E A D bI0I aT4,3 c
w/backboard $1 0 Clay Pots, BONSAI, Lver Handle (pic- RED BOOKS (COINS) VECO V-TRACK- 4868/2098847 doors sin ba
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sink &1 double. $25 Collectable Barbie case for countertop v/4 chairs. Glass top old. Very good condi- ea 3070 Caeters Mill Road 40Wheeler several
ea. (850)482-4120. Doll Phone $30 850- $45 850-526-3426 48", $200 B 850- tion. $400- 080 IMar anna F32446 extras. $3500 850
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complete twin bed Corner Computer cond Gun, scope, Router Table & White Baby Bed con-
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MD/PP S process GPS, Etc. $8500 OBO
(Day) 850-638-4403
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Depth finder, electric 22k mi.. r out, CH&A, micro- The Place kept, very good con- nri i irif.heatEd s-a
anchors trolling mo- en. 3 1. SAT. 2 T', 2 wave, TV, am/fm cd for Coupons & Deals! edition. Custom ex- 122 m.. 410.400
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14', live well, new ft Mirage SAFE, NO w/jeep,$60kwithout *RIVER CANYON'05 05 Monte Carlo LS, cond., garage kept il srtem rinu ir E'rec.u inquer.DODGE. BO D e '. l.
top, 35hp, runs great! PROP, LOW MAINTE- jeep, both in great 5th whl, 36', 3 Slides, V6 auto runs and $48,000. 334-692-5624 eythi, platu Only 352-219-7370 Challenger Garage m334-685-6233
garage kept. $1750 NANCE, Seats 8, ex. cond. selling due to very nice, queen bed, looks great, a must e y wires etc. $3500 Kept, 5.7 Liter, Hemi.
334-596-5032 Ig. sundeck, storage, health. 850-352-2810 Entertainment cen- see!!! $10,500. OBO 850-209-7051 Blue w/20 inch Facto- Honda '07 Odyssey
Correct Craft Torino walk-through trans- ter, fpl, Much More! Call 334-475-0084 0i Chrysler 855th Ave, ry chrome wheels. 6 Van. 1 owner. Load-
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'07 ftAncIm/lA h" platform, Merc Opti Sport. Cummins ) 850-509-1486 looks & runs great, Eye Catcher, selling 24K. Asking $20,900
ent7 utdrD Max 250 HP V6trai- diesel. 2K mi.slide, white w/landau roof. to buy a boat 12, 500 Dothan 321-482-7268
kept. e. c vy er cover. NICE! Leveling jacks, diesel $1,200. 334-648-3171 miles 2 door,Li Honda99 S
kept.14,995. (253)229- gen. $52K 334-701- Watersports New condition, Blue
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CROWNLINE 210 ellcraft 88' 23 ft. JET SKI 09' VX Cruis 1995 Ford Contour, Needs minorwork. T-top, blk w/blk int. alarm, am/fm, buck A/C, Sunroof $8000
CROWNLINE'07,210 Center counsel, 225 er, approx 11 hrs. grey, 4-Door, $5500 OBO 334-699- Muscle Car 454, et seating, CD 334-347-4990
Bowrider w/wake Johnson outboard. with trialer & acces- Standard Transmis- 1366 or 797-6925 411RE, Eng built by cruise, driver airbag,
board tower 350mag $4500. in electronics. series $7500. OBO sion, Runs, $800 OBO, Che 05' Impala tan local auto perf. team. passenger airbag, PL, Jaguar '02 X-Type
$26,00hp, like new, Sale $7,000. 334-235- 334-798-3352 334-797-2169 in color 68,200K mi. 1 Ser. lnq. Only. Papers PS, PW; $32,200 4 DR Low Miles,
29959Mc G owner, good condo. Available. Estate (334)635-7831 Nice Car, $500 Down
DYNA Tfiberglass boat 99is limitedd $7,500. 850-526-5832 Sale. $14,500 OBO Corvette'81 300 m. Call Steve
fiberglass boat Campes/Travel Da 99nsportation auof, 352-219-7370 Automatic 350 Dodge90 Spirit Hatcher 334-791-8243
w/trailer $700 4Trailers3 36K mi. Ford b~imspr of edition" landu roof, or 850-209-0202 3- (Silver) sell as is $800 OBO
205-249-2936 Chassi. Triton V10 leather, all power, Chevy 79 Impala $6500. 000 334 796-7484
mtr Generator, new keyless entry, tinted, blu b- bue .5500. OBOcr,, 396- 3
Fisher'01 Hawk 18' awning, stabalizer See it is to love it. r $i510. Call Hawk I 334 774-1915
Class 2, with 115 $25K 334-406-9777 $8200. OBO 334-687.59 1 or
Mercury outboard E Call 334-894-2134 3793.103 tt t
motor with trailer, 2 Fleetwood Bdr '07 Corvette 88' Stingray
fish finders, trolling 3slid, loaded CH&A r ;. -L- I nvertble 18Kmi. -
motor, access ladder, Fbp, wk horse, 8.1 CaSeeker .00 334-791-3081 Jaguar'05 XJ8L
g.Bemini, AM/FM ra- g. 5.900 mi. $100k Chevy "08 HHR b l, o4-doo Black. Owner
Bemini, AM/FM ra- 2006 KZ Sportsman OBO mi.696 [01 Extra Clean, Extra d d$68Knew.Asking
r es OBO 33Co98 1201 xtrrvette 94 85Kn Dode '99 cSrawl, d. 5 new.Asking
cover verywellkept ToiHaulerl. id3'umper 4-Whel Dre Low Miles. Loadedrvette 94' cyl., 25,985. 850-896-3774
inder shelter.| Sio All Auto! Beautiful loae
$14,000.334-685-7319 1,0034264905 2009 p n Fully an Red $13,700 new cond.$11l ,500. Lincoln '01 Towncar,
$14,000. 334-685-7319 1 13,50F j34.;2E, 4135 2009 Sport 20j BMW '05. 325 Sedan.Aliles.CExceolent' 00 gnaturs1s w/
i rher. 334- 792-0394 Chevy 81' Corvette OBO 334-618-9322 orn mlsExeet Signature series w
Fisher '06 Crappie '1LE TraelTraile r. Bu r n Red, uto,Mirrored 334-596-1790 $4100.334-790-7959 101,130 mi $6,000
Special. Has Mercury 22.5 in total le ngthr ik i,. o)n e ow, -er. Chevy'08 Impala, Tops, 52K mi. New Ford 06'FocusSES4- 850-579-4467 after
60 motor. 21.1 and UVW of 3844 D -1. N, part wr .:r LIKE NEW! Tires, Calipers, dr. Crimson red, au- 6pm Easy to pull. Over. 16. $200 down, $259 per Brakes, Shockis. to, leather, sun roof.
motorfish finder, 2 zed U-sr13ed d 3346856243 month. Call Ron Ellis Garage ept. $13.500. spoiler, like new 0K Lincoln '07 MKZ,
live wells w/trailer ,th F _334 -714-0028 pnc 0
live wells w/trailer .etee that si iedo out Cadillac '91 Broug 334-714-0028 OBO 3345962376 mi. 10.00. 334-389 Light tan beige in-
334-793-2226ad m sell ham 'elegarice Chevy '71 El Camino, 37 or 334 7269500 teror leather heated
9 y e Hyw cocllectors rar line 350 Engine, $7500 i seats,3BS. side
dra Bass 1500110 5 e33E $3900 1122 113K miles, driven 850- 594-3282 b k m
dra Bass 15 00, 110 20085twhe '9637' Endeavor LE $9 9000 daily. absolutely
Evinrude, 2-fish find- Keystone Laredo V8 Gas 460,70,800 dIF y o$17900 850--8-17 0155
ers, tilt &trim, 2-live RL29. $22,500 obo. miles, rear camera, Jeep 05 WranglerX perfec.$550160. OBO JO MercdesBenz03
wells, great cond. like new, slide. Call Onan generator, 4X4 Must See! Red, 50.35-9672 or C C24. Wht pear Lincoln Congression-
$4500. 080 334-685- Mike (334)791-0318. new tires, wood PS, AC, AT, Tilt W, CD 850-260262- -Hondai Fit sport, Volkswagon '04 Jetta Ext. w.camel leather al Town Sedn 03'
4357 .CARRIAGE 02 and ceramic tile 6 CYC, $3k in xtras Cadillac '94 Seville loaded, less than GLS TDI. Grey gray int. Sun roo. power Ford'89 Mustang 5.0 142K mi. white w.'
Mariner'oatmo CAMEO 30ft. 2 slides flooring, marble Mickey Thompson SLS 100K mi. all pow- 40K, $13,200 OBO Ithr.deel. heated iunnad.6-dic CD CT Runs Great $1800 tan leather top.
tor4hp,lowhsruns will kept includes counter top, corner tires, 25Kmi, 3rd ernew tires, $3,500. 334-406-2667 Days s.eatc,40 mpg. 971i mi changer. $11,545 080 34 796.1768 or seats, loaded $6500.
great. short shaft super slide hitch glass shower, DEH, Adult owned OBO 334-693-5503 334-588-3658 nights $8,900 334-685-6233 334-718-5251 334-691-2987 334-693-2274
600. 334-441-8421 $20,000 334-687-9983 $20,500 negotiable $17,500 Show Cond.
1 (850)573-1813 334-684-2080
3Monoco night 06.
S i- Save $25K .r more.
MaxumS'2 esti. 4 sides 43o IT TAKES TWO to Find the Right One
cruiser, w/tandem mi. many upgrades
axel trailer, beautiful $159,700. 850.866 .
nly 118hrs. 5.7L 2774 OYahoo! HotJobs and the Jackson County Floridan have joined
Mercruiser w/ Bravo Carriage Cameo'05 2774 _
SDr. after market 32ft. 3 slides, 2A, REDUCED Monforces to bring you qualified candidates from Marianna and beyond ,
swim platform, A/C, 55 K Generator, o55th Wheel, 4 Exc. Cond. Very relia-
Frig, micr, shower, loaded, no smoke no slides, king bed, ble vehicle. Dk. Green
stove, TV/DVD/CD pets, Exc. Cond. exc.cond., $27,000 $ 346112
VHF/GPS, many new $29,900. 334-714-4001 850-547-280$6 or 334-701-2548
parts, strict maint. Champion '89 Travel --
regimen daughter Trailer, roof air, Aviation
going offto college clean, Ca $2500 0BOvi
$26,500. 334-209-8970 228-597-1450/850-
394-7258 Jackson Co. -
R-VISION 2006 Trail
SLite, 26 ft., fully .
loaded, like new,
low mileage $42K
OBO 334-616-6508 Mooney 1965
M:oomba. '09 outback e,
Less than 50 hrs. Dutcnmen 40 ft Scenic Cruiser 37 ft. Airport H angered ,'
Speaker tower. FM/ T by Gulf Stream 99' New from
AM CD player. Exc. 38B-DSL, Sleeps 8, Immaculate cond. 'Firewall Forward
Cond. Trailer has 2 Slideouts, Loaded, loaded w/ options IFR Equip ed-
brakes. $28,900 Like new. $20,250. must see!! comes Co. Owne Best qi
334-618-3415 334-406-4555 with '07 Jeep. Dothan possible way to -'
$58,500.334-803-3397 own a plane.
Dutchmen '9727 334-790-0000.
***ia"- 5th Wheel Classic
w/superslide. Perf.
cond. $6850 334-803-
PONTOON BOAT '84 3397or334-701-0421 Automobiles Misc.
24FT, 75HP Johnson FLEETWOOD '05
Motor, Good Prowler AX65th wh, BUICK '91 Lesabre, 6
Condition, w/trailer 36ft, 4 sler AX6, large Trail-Lite RV '02 cyl., for parts, good
$3,500 695-2228 shower, 30/50AMP. Class B, Like New. trans/motor $700
$30.000 OBO 334-695- Fully equipt with OBO 334-695-8840
$3.00334-6 95- Generator 22k mi.
4995, 334-5:87-7862 $kmi
$20,500334-792-4559 -
-.-Hi Lo '07 Travel Trai-
PD21' Long. Ec Cond RVs/Campers
,- u .$22K V/C
PROLINE '83 Asking $17,900- 1 Wanted
V BOTTOM 90HP 334-792-7729
Johnson motor, good '06 Travel Trailers Dodge 06 Charger
solid boat w/trailer JayFlight'09 by raele s D
$3,500 695-2228 Jayco 22' Sleeps 5-6 for sale, self con- 22K, loaded, A MUST
No slide. Very clean tainted 334-793-4438 SEE!!I $17,000. Firm
Lots of storage' $13k or 334-793-4448 Call 334-447-2147
334.889-2259Newville 5th'06Fleetwood 2- or334-464-5413
Montana 03' 5th wh. slides, with 07' MECURY LATE '70's
2 slides w '05' Chev. Silverado 250 work 85HP w/power trim
LT 2500 HD diesel 4,4 truck as package cables/ wiring, new
both under warr payoff $36,000 gears & water pump
Randall Craft 39.500 334347.-4228 334-470-8454 $1,500 251-599-5127
Fiberglacs 16' Ba.s Outback 04' 29FBH-S
Boat W 70 rip Eng;ne all alum. structure.
Tilt & Trim. 2 live super gIde 5th wh. -
wells. trolling motor. hat:h 'short bDe
oreat c:rditi'in. 1979 $21:1,000 334 726.6594 -
mcdeil boat & engine
$1.800. Call 414-8514 Sabre by Pala.mino
or 3~31 393-2110 '08. 28 ft 5th wheel .
camper. 3 shldes.
many estras, clear.
sacrifice ,7 $29k 850
Robalo 1995 24'
Excellent cr.,drldnin. i
Trailer completely
restored. S15.000 *
OBO 334-355j3008 -8 -

Super nicely 2007 to pla ceLy
34 Copper Canyon
5th wneel. 2 slide
outs. Lg. rear LR I
cetrcb,/entertaenainment Maid/Housekeeping, PowerWashing Bulldozing PowerWashingers Roofing SelfStorage Homemprovement
center, cabinet, built Washing Bulldozing
in radio &dvd,
Sailboat ',6 Catallna surround system, For General MARIANNA PO.LEI
30', cy. Yarmar die- dinnett/kitchenett,
sel eng. ery low hrs largebedroom.' ous e Secialiring In
less than 250. Roller Private bath. Fully or Oi e i" 1 lion ilane 10 METAL
furling, bimin, head, furnished. Onl y Residen al A Lj 8.
micro, fridge. Good 25,000. 334-792-0010 Cleaning *ofC. r O laasio, Cmmerial Business O O .E
cond. Docked @ Snug or 334-805-0859 (1Gradirr Ilan ld arWVeitnr iShopn, lC "u 1 i "S For Hireally
673-0330. REDUCED Sydney '10 utback Si. ncen960 call New vsnm i185ds-.- Specializing In of Yr '.Home" I
$13,900. 31ft. Only used 3 Start your ad .,ri. t' Duhip ruck vlil LroM G, R p r 1BSi S8S HOur DayN

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outdoor stove, elec. 850-52-233 Dhri' Rr-nlmal 1(334) 797-1327 Csrf',: '
awning, 28" flat 850-52-2336 8 4.99.2-5333 1 RRat-i llnd C Ell g85055723)8 r
screen TV, $26,000
Seacraft, '89 20f p B 229-310-7252 G g c e c S e Hn nsGrading
Center Console, boat, f MotoromR Easy Ways to Site Prep Health Services Cabinets/ Hmemprovement i d nS
motor & trailer, 95 Motor Home Es AC & Heating 'Countertops
225HP Johnson Mtr, Increase Your Contractors LevelingoM c HOME REPAIRS : CK
Dual Axle Tr. w/ 03 Gulfstream ultra cesYor 'Top Soil Fill Dirt NEVWVI N Shores
brakes,wh, runs touringseries, class Ad's Results...e Gravel Addicted to Alcohol, sid re s ,
well, very clean, C motorhome, I ok, Land Clearing Opiates, Heroin, Cabinet HOMEWORKS FREE ESTIMATES

Greatwave, great cond. out and be visual BIcs. Li E13014408
Gracd 5500. 2 slide outs, onan A UWE.CAN HELPt l Shop, LLC "Beautification NO JOBS TOO SMA For Hire

334-791 44d19y.4489. co1pe960ng B8 0 48 4 9 ma toassstyou.
Co AL generator sleeps up 1. Use bold type Since 1960 Call New Vision: 850-718- ea o e s re
SColmto 8 peop 38,000claiie a receive price u e

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Seado RXP'05 ,Jet Call 334-393-9315 2. Use an Attractor AT28145R 85-78 p l In oYu m "
Ski, 60 hrs, very or 763-0280 After Hours: 850-526-2200 All Wood Custom Carpentry/Painting ea-amm .t By The
clea, lieacAlApplAvailable 24/7 Built Cabinets Installations Sitait11
clean, life j P &Compete M= ., Hour Day
cover ic5500 A850-llero 94' 34 ft. Auto 3. Start youradwiththe New Vision is a Medical De- & Countertop General Repairs raw uaeeim lM n
cover incl. $5500e850- satte ant., electric tox unit located at Jackson cie or Weeks
527-4455 leveling jacks, 58 em you are sellingor a Hospital in Mrianna FL Replacement. Willam H. Long, Jr. porc
Stratos'99 273 mi. $14,900. OBO benefit headline We Accept: Insuance, Med- Licensed Hobuir Insured
Intimidator, 17ft bass 334-301-3772 God &icaid, Medicare & Self PayCll.(0 L5. ,'(850) '557-6733
Johnson 150HP, Concord Coachman 4. Abreviate as [Wea All Calls are Conflden tal Donnie__Shore__,_Sr.
$6500. 334-596-1694 C05 Motor Home. .IAuto & Cycle onnie Shores, Sr.
23' long 2700 mi. possible Service Bulldozing Electrical Service Gutters
Take over payments. NIEDODHG
850-593-6103 5. Describe your item or I Ilay O'N 1DT's PLAGH O S' Lighthouse I 'ZI1""
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Trition 2009 Explorer -----6 Include the price of Service Work 24 HOUAS A DAY
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Make offer. m ibego 02'Md29Blt ierweaA/C SERVICE Cell 850.83.25055 It's simple, Service Change Outs CleaningKS A YwE
334-983-1502 or tMinnie,430ft. self con- 7. Use white space,c WE OmR COMPLET call one our friendly New Construction Inrd JuS a CLICK AwAY.
tires & brakes, new larer type and graphics ~m, Classified representatives "Rmdviit us .
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10 A Thursday, August 12, 2010 Jackson County Floridan CLASSIFIEDS
Automobiles F I Motorcycles Motorcycles Motorcycles S Scooters/Mopeds SportUtilityVehicles] Trailers-Tractors ] Trucks-Heavy Duty Trucks-HeavyDuty Legal Ads
for Sale ) ( S Ut V t -le T
Harley Davidson 1992 Kawasaki '06 KLRXF25 E- A r r AF is
Mazda6 07' 4-dr. Sporster 1200 custom 650, new tires& N &i LO O c,
sadan, grey, auto, mid 50's K/KH exc. brakes, great condi- "- .. ....r
CDpower option, cond. $5,500. OBO tion, 5k miles. 3500 LF15064
like newop 69K mi. 794-2665 334-805- OBO or trade for
$9,900. 334-389-3071 d _810 good sportsman 4- IN THE CIRCUIT
or 334-726-500 '04 Sportster 883 wheeler. 850-592- ForF35 COURT OF THE 14TH
Mercedes '73 450 SL w sid. BSats, 2003 1 Sportter Chevrolet "02 1500 Super Duty XL truck, JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
Convertible ise od.$ 100th anniv. edition. Kawasaki '09 KXF250 Scooter 50CC, 2000 $6,999. Trades con- ,osdrd. powerstroke d esel COUNTY, FLORIDA
(haConvertible pipesexc.cond.$450085-5396 Lots of chrome. Motor by BPM, 2 miles Like new sidered. Call CSI Auto 10' flat bed dual rear FAMILY DIVISION
$12,000hard/oftto) 904-368- ,5 34701. 7 brothers perform- 540-4210726 334-714-2700 Mass270 034-714-2700 wheels $11,500. Call
$12,000 OBO 904-368- ance pipe. Very fast Massey 334-714-2700 wheels $11,500. Call C N
1153 Leave msg F Harley Sup.ridl, *u bike forthe motor- Sport UtilityVehicles Lexus '08 GX470 50K 33 4 ?315 r
Mercedes 82'380SL t p er t s crossing extremist e d Mi. Good Cond. Load- Furgeson 33 4 1 IN RE: THE MAR-
."' mi.,~ HS tops ~w ~334S-7.26-3842 ed 3rd Row Seat, Nav RIAGE OF
'93K mi. H/S tops 95' 3 34- -8452 04 Jeep Wrangler X, System $35,500 Ford '04 Ranger XLT AGE
chalk brown 20 1666 Kawasaki 2000 Clas soft top, auto, 229-254-0077 135 diesel, uier ,: cst. 3 S .Tii KATHERINE
PWRS/B, windows, sic LT.2007 Under AM/FM/CD, low ADRIANNE SARAH,
ant. auto, AC, Harley Davidson'95 Cd, r ,
radd sou, A, up- '06 HD Dyna Wide Lowrider 36K m. Warranty til 2012. miles, new tires, I5 ft. b'''ox m :
carcovertopstor- Glide-FXDWG.Black. Exc.cond. 1340c 2053C mi. 15,900.(850)579- Toyta'04 ,T 6 9995.334-99-31 Petitioner/fe
gradved C o 9 -774-3474 sudyeCHEVROLE Petitioner/Wife
age rack, clean, well Like new. customs engine, spare seat $9000 334774-3474 0157
maintained w/re 6600 mi.$12,900. 404- $5500 334-984-2044 or 334-791-104 Highlander blade, 5 ft. dump truck,20Kmi., FORD '05F150Lariat, and
__ new engine, looks Loaded, Tan leather.
cords. $14,200. 334- 578-1482 jeffD one owner, bus og rough runs good!le
792-9789 Harley Davidson 98' MOTIVATED well maintained, bush hog, 01 13 Excellent condition, GUILLERMO ANDRES
e007. S:oud. orange, WIFE' 2005 equipped with 98,000 miles, SARAH MARTINEZ,
Mercedes '96 S320, 07 Suzuki IJ-Red $2 dI. s R, ,st .r AC, PW, PDL, runs great, Chevrolet '89 Scotts- 4 door, good
black, a/c, 154K, 1 a 9k n remote entry, dale, blue, auto, 126K condition, 14,200. Re s p o n d e n t
owner, mint cond., and black miles Honda 04 Helix \v3CT. AM/FM/CD, $4,500. runs good, cold air, (334)464-7573 /Husband
$6000. firm., 4a500.334-791-2277 o:. jdy i cruise, 4 cyl. $2000. OBO. 334-794-
334-406-7530 p r: rr.dre Looks new 0001 or 334-726-4298 NOTICEOF
2009 Yamaha R6- cc:ver i helmrrt. 9k rpE RWD. w/alloy wheels, -" PUBLICATION
Nissan '05 Altima, 2.5 only 1,15C miles. $2tij0. Call 7 ;15 ,dr,, 35 1999 zr Michelin tires PL
only new,,REDUCE brok lensin.Burntor-ni all 67 s.3..
S 5 speed, 32k mi. Bought new, barely rm- Ir i ret Od. Run ood and trailer hitch. TO: Guillermo Andres
ke newREDUCED broken in. Burnt or- condlr 3000. 334 798-9131 $11,750. oSarah Martinez
$10,900 850-482-2994 ange and black with Faturs doutie Call 794-2210
Nissan 08' Maxima ghost flames, $9,000 rnar,.: ae IdCI i' after 5pm FORD'07 Explorer YOU ARE HEREBY
38K owner 3.5 negotiable. Extras in- bc;. r.Cigh. y CHEVY'O Silveradoo SportTrac, Limited, NOTIFIED that a Peti-
SL, earl white cluded.334-790-6146 r V-8, 4X4 266K miles, V-8, Fully Loaded, tion of Dissolution of
$18,425takng offers or334-791-2277 control. Tir 1999 laze r Trailers-Tactor UTILITY cargotrailer fully loaded, rebuilt 56K Miles, Blue Marriage has been
-666 r 334- Goldw ,60k Hn d g ul l. er1 grey cloth Dol little 2007, 20' trans.,$7,500 OBO $21,500, 334-687-4686 filed and commenced
36839451 mi3-'92Goldwing t 60k Rona'05 olin ront rOsr ;eld. ,ir,erior. New paint, white, excellent con- 334-687-3207 in this Court and you
369-8139. miles, red,oexc. paint Trk, kc,,or .-ouble eat tour Good condition. cold 6X12 enclosed trailer edition, hassat for 2 FORD'07 F150 Super are required to serve
& running cond. 30thAnv.Ed. CBcol- bik Asking $9,500 air.stereo withipod w/1 sidedoor & dbl year. Onl d or cab. r. of youw -
Pontiac '07 G6 GT $7000 850-445-2915 or silver & Extras, OBO. Please call jack$3000OBO. doors n back $1900 3000 mil. $5.500. cab.l u ll a cotgefenses, if any,
Low mileage, SPER leavemessage 38K mi. 26,500 334-790-7380. (16) 334-886-3154, necond.850-933- OE 03 -n79169q55 u i to it on SG. MOR-
dowr.. 5249 mo. Call .$ 334-798-9131 9228/643-8312 334-685-06 ROW & ASSOCIATES,
Ron Elis i14-0028 Motorccle Open Cummings/Onan Truc ngP.A. attorney for the
Pontiac 98 Grand Am Tr'ler horld 2 bikes gnrator 703 hr. FORD etitioner/ife, at
Pontiac 98 Grand Am Ior ll it trailer 7 10. 5KW J mp, auo Chevy'04 Silverado Dut V Crew Cab 11501 N.W. 2nd Ave-
4-cir. 1361 Mi. M.a Like rnew, A-Frame a.In ich rurn. poultr, 0.i08 2500 LT 8. V8 MP LT,WD18Kmiles nue, Miami, Florida
roon Clean. $1695 .. Jack 2 chcls. hou J e 15,000. OBO 8100 V64 WHEEL DR Tan, $30,000 334-688- 33168, and file the
334-7932142 American Iron Horse no ru- e,:. ,:d. 4.40XP400 poR ultr._ _. POWER EVERYTHING 8606,334-695-0688 original with the
'Po06. Teas Cnpper n1L 0'u1. OBO 334. 18 house of Lubing n;p VM RADIO. 6 DISC Clerk of the above-
Poniontiac-6GT'07 elec. blue w spJder "R. 1dor33690 pie drinl:ers 334.726- CCH7ANGER $17 500.00,i FORD'07 F-350, 5.9 L styled court on or 1st
n l m all ec Chevrolet J Tahoe u Jr 334 956101 CALLWHT 9156 DSLCrewab day of Septermber,
leather Iloded, gar. S&S, fully custom Great condton. Runs LT Leather.OVD DS rewC 50K 2010: otherwise, a
kept. $15,00. 0 zed garage show great. $2000.obo 14.999 00 Trades Gandy 4 row insecli- FORK LFT American Chevy 04' Silverado miles, $29,500 334- Default will be en-
334-796-6613 bike. 7950K, Must See 334-701-1707 Consdred C.all CSI :idte applcator Eagle w/Cummings blue 4-dr. Z71 good 695-7769, 695-7770 tered against youfor
Porshe 86 red sharp 30.500. 334-445-0366 . Aut 334-74-27 w double b.oe.. tor diesel engine, 60001b cond. new parts, 334- the relief prayed for
runs 8 h two i.'Dmi'irtBel0 lift cap; good cond. 405-9221 d FORD '07 Sports Trac, in the complaint or
runs good J:yl. Dirt Bike 07 Honda mounted on tol br. $11,500.334-701-9213 V-6 fully loaded, petition
$3000. 334-405 7'465 CRF70 E..:EllEnt Good condition $00. Chevy 72' P/U sm. V- $19,500 OBO 229-861-
ota0n;5Prius43K C n i Suzuki'08 GSXR600 229-758 3146'.r 229. Vans 8 3-sp., 67K original 2714, 229-309-1890 This note shall be
meT a ligrt blue es 43K 4 -? 3 350 Mi Bguuhti, 4 r, 00-518J4 miles, original paint Henry Cobb published once a
cmies, ligoot blue in d.G DraSedRivor0Erough. $1972. OBO. week for four(4)
color good 1 nd. H4n9, '0I6. CT[ 1300 pr, diin MuSit .S.i:I Haulmark Trailer, CHRYSLER'06 Town 334-792-5578 FORD 2005 SportTrac consuctived weeks
4,- L e t '9 HR L car hauler. 29'h. 0ood & Countr Van. XLT, 57K, loaded, drk in the Jackson Coun-
Toyota 07 Prius, i 200- 1. $59t00 OB Woan J al: 27000Hmi or., itch I d Ec. on.51K. seats red two tone gre,. .ty Floridan.
Black, 53k, E. Cn Cond. 33406 1 322 Helmets avail. ior laltd 2atic,0 mi, 4150. OBO 7. ac. 5ower. $9500b ron r.itior, $17, 00.
GPS backup camera. iHONDA i. Shd.. Extra.334-414-3551 Exceht!$10oa 700.t Cll 928.24i.2333 neg.. 334t685-51541 OBO.33.1 :.924572 WITNESS my hand
GPS, backup carnera. HONDA ('6 5.,h~d.yv. EExcellent! $10 700. ._ and official seal of
JBL sound, .rnt, grewai .S 2.8 mile_, LIE NEW. Yamaha '07 V-Star 334-790-7959 John Deer 0548 HP. Chrysler '95 Voyager. and official seal of
gas mileage. trans. I$4.. 229-334 552i 11 00, 11,600 mi hew lull wrh. drive, front V, autO. seats 8. Ford '8 Brono, Runr .said court at Sneads,
ferable warrant. F 29 I rar tire, and extras, Chevy '03 Tahoe load buhh. Rower aim as. grt. lifted. mud tires Jackons County this
new tires a4.n. 2 3K actul ml de, asking payoff of 162K mi. Fully loaded, lnish mower, disk, new tires, NOW CHEVY '91,1 Ton 120 23 day of July 2010.
$16,900. OBO custom;Ed orut of $5900. i50-76. Clean. Runs Great spredder & bo blade $1975 OBO 850-592- FlatBedDumpTruck 9189/ 18 /s/ Jessi
Call334-470-3292 Eay RidEr. all 271 506 r $7500.334-794-9135 $18,200.00 798-3352 2832 $5,200 orreasonable Mooneyham
Toyota 07 Siinna Vana chromeup. 55 :ar' 5, Jpm 334 655 2136 Le harj, 000 hri GMC 95. Conversion offer 229-334-8520. ptClr
XLT, 1 owner, loaded ''3 ,;v YAMAHA 'G "i John Deere'07 790 Van, nev A/C, runs 229-296- 5171e- D C
with all extras,4K .5 33-95744 elic Iles 30 Lader w, Dump grt, $2500 S & M Au- D akoa2gsoEve
Sgarage kept 64K ras c. BuS o to Sales 850-774- Dodge '02 Dakota Meetings-Events
9agekept,64K nher 6c 0 m.1-5. 'l^SW ^ bucket. Bush Hog. LaJa rQ4- Lebthcrint. Qud cab
miles $16,500. FZ Suzuki 50 19' 7.9 r 0. Grader Tiller Dik 9189/ 850-774-9186 Cleanhermn. Full
Eufaula Call334-687- eolle.:tor. tem. I cyl. 3 34.505 .6 Ga14,000 321-202-4324e a n o. 334 693 39F 0 LF15073
5032 or334-695-0912 2 tro sooner., $1.00Wanted:Notieo Meeting
orange, e cond, AMAHA V-ar John Deere 6405 4WD Automobiles Dodge 204 Da a FORD F Notice of Meeting
Volvo '07 S40, stC Charcoal color. 250, Burgundy CAutomobileshORDu'19 F 150, 4eh,
Volvo'07 S40, street legal. $500. 1300C Charcoal color. 250, Burgundy, Chevy l'05 Thoe, Tw)J fractor. crew cal2', Exl cond, 4x4 Auto;'$4,600 or
white new tires, OBO334-774-2521 runs and looks Low miles! Like new! 49,100 mi,eather, 236 hrs. 20,000 79K,fullpower, 8cyl, reasonableoffer 229- n Tuesday, August
66K miles, Good 774-2773after5pm great! eallun Asking $2,695., new tires, power, 334-798-2337 u. rises. $7200. 3348520.229?96 17. the Jackson Coun-,
condition. $15,500., ride. Cleantitlery nice.$18,995 Kubota Tractor L280 Call j 6 87 t Board 0ofCounty
334-791-2726 Harley Davidson'04 story. Thetires are in v nice. 8,995 Kubota Tractor 1.2800 Cal 3 omm nr
Roadglide FLH, 40K, pood shape. I'm mov- YAMAHA '08 V-star White 850-579-4694 HST with rornt end hold the following
Volvo 2005 S60 tour pack, headsets, ing and cannot take 250, Burgundy, loader wih bo Ford '93 Ranger:r mr rmeeornas at 2864
Black w/Beige, 53K CD & CB, smokey the bike with me. Low miles! Like new! hevy'07Trailblazer, blade & finshirg 100K mi. CD pla &er. m. n Street, Ma-
oaded, exc. condi- gold $10,500 OBO 5100, $5,900 Asking $2,695., Nice Family SUV mower $17,500. WANTED whtean sr, .a Florda-
tion.$13,600., OBO 334-798-2928/678- (850)766-7112 334-693-5454 Loaded $300 Down Call 334 774 771 $3500 334 68'5 314 r,
334-692-4572 8722 colin.hightower@hot $300 mo. Call Steve
S334-692-4572 HARLEY DAVIDSN Yamaha 2004 V-Star Hatcher334-791-8Z43 Massey Ferguson'63 Good CondltIon 4:30 pim Special
VW'05 Beetle. HARLEY DAVIDSON 1100 Classic. Black & model 35 w 2 row And Equipped. Meertng regarding
Like New. New tires. claiic3006K m .. condatir, 5.000. 2-door Dark Blue. OBO 3j4-445-1717 lMagnum 193' m;. 5:00 pm-Workshop
moonroof. ke-viss Black $13.500 OBO 80 334 6i..25 Runs good. Goc,, 334-774-6348 T A T. A C. P teer ng, regarding CDaital Im-
enry, alarm Under 254-61-^0 Cniin i5 I ) cr.w:. 3,.500. OBO proveents Element
Warrandty9 r 500. 2-6-802 Yamaha '99 XVS1100 334.792-1208 Tractor 00'Kubota L Ow 34-691-2987 344. e Comprehensive
Callrn 57 Harley Davidson'08 C42K m. As.kinq $c3200 M-120 DT4 <4* 8i76 Ford'97 F-1 V-. Plan
Call 334l655i. 002 lEctr de Cla c. OBO 3i4 .. 15 or GMC 00 Jimmy. Kubota loader Concession Trailer 98-1 Ford 97 F-150V-. V 6:u0 prn-Regular
VW Beelte'01 diesel, 5000 mdes,. 15.950. HONDA '07 CBR. 600. 33441;7.3152 great cond... $4200 LA1601 icabfire) 3100 uANTrrD ;c, ol00 lair, Mt-ting
A/T, loaded. e>c. 334.618.443,1: loaded. 4.000 m.le. 0BO 850-526-2491 hrs original tires WANTED 4sooo 0,.m
cond. while gAre a itrtch loered. 2 .ak for Tom 50.. engine, fuel Motor Driven. Like Ne,0. $5600. in accordance with
in. 64K mi. $7.900. brother ehau-t. tanks Ok. $12.500. Or Good Conditon 3 0 5 the AmEricanS with
334-714-5860 $7.200 334-355-0454 trade for tractor. And Equipped. Disa"ililie' Act, per-
a850-212.696642 1 -48 57 sons needing special
. Honda 1962 C102 p W # ; accommodation to
Class;cts& Ant;ques -'uern.l bk5. n EJ H &iit DODGE'99.'0r AN" 11 a'cm etrhi oriu to
S..", ie Yamaha VStar 0c 1 Autimctive Coupon:'. quaud caDb. 2.h.:5rt b-d. participate in this
GOOd C,:,d.. eltr," tla,,c, pearl white W -atnd Dea Cup u a hrb o.-j w meeting should con-
1959 220S Mercedes Harley Davidson'08 star 3 3ped. $21500 1 ;i-r. Mustin eand DealseShrp wth 6cy turt de0.ei. 4-1 to.r'3t tn- Admnoistra-
ReultraoreClas Scream- Firm. Callnoon MF lign bar, saddle D e r $250.r t re astant no hat-y
Restore use for ing Eagle Anniversa- 334-347-9002 bags, gar. kept like Jee 07 Wrangler, auto. 650.55 1 GMC '05 SIERRA, to the mEeing. The
251p747s022 rEd. Very low miles HONDA 98 Valkyrie new. 5,000 mi. $5100. black X ur.nlim.ted 4. Tractor20Mas T -HvD Ford 01' F150 lariat. 2500HD 139K miles, Adrinistrator's as-
251-747-4022 9000 334-685-0380 HONDA '98 Valkyrie ne.500i.$1. ls Tractor 20 Massey 4WdrsTpcka -
90 334 0 Tourer all original, 334-696-5531 nights dr. w/ 57K mi.1 own Ferguson w/5'dsk, 5.4 liter, 154K mi. black, 4wd,SLT pack sstant may be con-
Convertible Buick Harley Davidson 1986 low miles, runs great er, new tires, hard & 1 set bottom pile & 95 F-150, Eddie black ext. tan leather age, 4 door.$20000. tacted at 2864 Madi-
1971 Skylatrk yellow FLTC w/ side car, asking $6,500 OBO Scooters/Mopedsl soft top exc. cond. 1set Covington Bower PKG, no rust, seats, super cab, au- 850-258-7758 son Street, Marianna,
with white top, auto, exc. cond. $10,500. 334-693-5454 $17,995. 3343334450 planters $3K 797- runs great, blue, to trans $8000. 417- FL, 32448, (850) 482-
350,81Kmi,$9,500. OBO 334-794-2665 or 6925 or 334-699-1366 $3950. OBO Call 793-7937 MC'99Sierra green 9633, or (800) 955-
256-282-6752 334-805-081Q, Suzuki 07'GSXR 600 SCOOTERI United JEEP 1998 Wrangler in color 88K mi. 1 8771 (TDD).
334-805-0810. in color 88K m. 1 8771 TDD).
like new, 3550 mi. Motor Scooter'08. Sport, 5sp, 4wd,hard Tractor: JD 4450 FORD '02 LARIAT owner, garage kept, Mojo Motor Scooter $6,000. includes all 80tmpg, 1000 mi.'s top, 4.0, owner, new MSWD duals, cab, Chevy '91 Cherokee F250 Diesel, Crew very clean, $10,000. Neel a New Holm?
For Automotive '05, 200mi, Blue, riding gear OBO $3000 OBO Manu. tires/ac, 103K, $8,500 PS, $27,500. pickup, lift gate Cab, 123K miles OBO 334-445-9373
Coupons & Deals! $1650 850- 258-1638 334-714-4029 War.334-445-6302 obo., 334-790-5137 334-726-0067. $1500 850-352-4724 $17,700 334-687-9983 334-369-8139 Check out the classlleds

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