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Title: Jackson County Floridan
Alternate Title: Sunday Floridan
Floridan
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Jackson County Floridan
Publisher: Chipola Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Marianna Fla
Publication Date: February 3, 2009
Frequency: daily (except saturday and monday)[<1979-1995>]
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Subject: Newspapers -- Marianna (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jackson County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Jackson -- Marianna
Coordinates: 30.776389 x -85.238056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
General Note: "Independent."
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Preceded by: Times-courier (Marianna, Fla. : 1947)
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Job seeker numbers grow


BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
Two years ago, employers in this region
were scrambling for workers.
But things have changed drastically over
the. past six to eight months. It's an
employers market now in the five-county
region served by the Chipola Regional
Workforce Development Board.
Executive Director Richard Williams
offered some observations about what he
is seeing in Holmes, Washington, Liberty,
Calhoun and, to a lesser extent, Jackson
County.
* Employers used to ask of an applicant
"Can he fog a mirror," Williams said.
Now, it's "We need someone who's 6-
feet, 2-inches tall, with blond hair and
green eyes. And can he speak Russian?"
That's an exaggeration, Williams
acknowledged, but he also acknowledged
that it's not really much of a stretch.
"We've gone from putting' ribbons on
companies to putting ribbons on people,
trying to get companies to hire them," he
said.
Not so long ago, employers were putting
signs by the side of the road inviting peo-
ple to come in and apply.
Now, companies are disappearing
behind blind ads that tell everything but
who they are. That's because they know
they are likely to be buried in applicants
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Job seekers crowd the workforce development center Monday The center says it has seen a sizeable increase in job seekers,
and a decline in available jobs. Mark Skinner / Floridan


Students gather cells for soldiers Three Ala.


BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
Chipola College and
Marianna High School students
are joining forces to help sol-
diers overseas connect with
their loved ones back home.'
Members of the MHS
Technology Student Association
have collected more than 40 cell
phones, which will be turned in
to a partnering honors society at
Chipola which is also collecting
phones.'
Chipola will turn all of them
in for recycling. The moiley
generated will be redeemed for
phone cards for soldiers current-'
ly stationed outside the country.
Vicki Garrett, advisor to the
TSA at Marianna High, said
between 25 and 30' students
from her school are participat-
ing. All are enrolled in the MHS
. Career Academy of Engineering
and Design.
The students have been col-
lecting the, phones since
December and will continue the
effort through February. To
donate a phone, call Garrett at
482-1317.


Students in Marianna High School's Technology Student Association and Chipola College's Phi Theta
Kappa are gathering up used cell phones to be recycled to raise money for phone cards for soldiers.
From the lef,.fr6nt rocw, are Nick Simmons, Kendra Bennett, Amelia Wester and Ashley Chalker. Back
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wanted on drug
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sweep" of the school's parking
lot, and that drugs were observed
in a fourth vehicle during the
operation.
John Wesley Fisher, 29, and
18-year-old Anthony Douglas
Collins, 18, were arrested and
charged with possession of. mari-
juana during the incident. Collins
was additionally charged with
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Both men were given notices to
appear after their arrest and were
not booked into the jail. Collins
has an address in Vernon. Fisher
lists a Chipley address, but does
not have a Florida driver's
license, WCSO authorities
report.
Hadden has an Alford address
and is wanted on charges of pos-
session of marijuana and posses-
sion of narcotic equipment.


resilenits

face drug

charges
STAFF REPORTS -
Three. Alabama residents
wound up behind bars in Florida
on drug charges
Sunday.
According to a
press release from
the Holmes
County' Sheriff's
Office, the three
are all charged
with the sale of Bridgette J.
crack cocaine. All Pelham
are from Hartford,
Ala. They were identified as 24-
year-old Bridgette Joetta
Pelham, 23-year-old Larry Don
Sullen, and 19-year-old Rudolph
Jamarion Peacock.
'Authorities report that the
three allegedly sold crack
cocaine to an undercover officer
while in the Esto community.
An unspecified amount of
crack cocaine and an undis-
closed amount of cash were
seized in the case, authorities
reported.
According to the press
release, Geneva County, Ala.
also holds a warrant on Peacock
for suspected possession of a
controlled substance.
Traffic stop ends
in drug arrest
A Bonifay man originally
pulled over for an alleged traffic
found himself
charged with drug
offenses, accord-
ing to a press
release from the
Holmes County
Sheriff's Office.
Donald Dixon, Donald
48, was recently Dixon
pulled over while
driving a white Dodge pick up
truck. The officer involved
allegedly detected the smell of
marijuana coming from the
vehicle. A search of the truck
ensued, with the deputy report-
ing that he discovered chemicals
commonly used to manufacture
methamphetamine. Drug para-
phernalia containing the illegal
substance was also found,
according t6 the report.
Dixon is charged in the case
with possession of listed chemi-'
cals and possession of metham-
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Community Calendar


February 3.- Tuesday
Southeastern Community Blpod Center
Mobile Unit will. be taking blood donations
from ,12 to 4 p.m. at Mowery Elevator in
Marianna. Call 526-4403.
Members of the Jackson Hospital Board
.of Trustees' Building and Grounds
Committee meet at noon in the Hudnall
Building. Call 718-2629.
Christine Gilbert teaches free quilting,
crocheting or knitting classes Tuesdays at 1
p.m., at the Jackson County Senior Citizens
center, 2931 Optimist Dr., Marianna. Call
482-5028.
The Children's Support Services
Department of Covenant Hospice is offering
a children's grief support group from 3:30
to 5 p.m. the first Tuesday of every month at
the Covenant Hospice office, located at
4440 Lafayette St., Suite C in Marianna.
Children who attend will have the opportu-,
nity to explore their grief in a safe and car-
ing environment. Light refreshments will be
served. The group is free, but registration is
required. Call January McKeithan at 482-
8520 or 888-817-2191.
Alcoholics Anonymous has an open
meeting each Tuesday, from 8 to 9 p.m., at
the First United Methodist Church, 2901
Caledonia St., Marianna. Meet in the AA
room.

February 4 Wednesday
The Northwest' Florida Beef Conference
and Trade Show is in the Agriculture
Conference Center, located at 2741
Pennsylvania Ave., Marianna. Registration
and the Trade Show open at 8 a.m., with the
program beginning at 8:45 a.m. and con-
cluding with lunch. A registration fee of $5
per person will be collected at the door. Call
482-9620, or visit
http://jackson.ifas.ufl.edu.
The Southeastern Community Blood
Center Mobile Unit will' be taking blood
donations from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Chipola


First Friday Power Breakfast is 7-9 a.m. in
the Jackson County Agriculture Conference
Center, located at 2741 Pennsylvania
Avenue in Marianna, with breakfast and net-
working at 7 a.m. and the program at 7:45
a.m. This month's program will be the
Jackson County Chamber of Commerce
Government Affairs Committee 2009
Legislative Delegation Forum with Rep.
Brad Drake, Senator Al Lawson and Rep.
Marti Coley. The format is an interactive
question-and-answer session.
Today is National Wear, Red Day to raise
awareness of heart disease and stroke.
Locally, the Jackson County Health
Department "Closing the Gap"
Cardiovascular Disease Program and
Integras Therapy and Wellness Center are
participating in ,the "Go RED for Women"
Love Your Heart national campaign by offer-
ing-three free, low impact, heart healthy
workout classes today: 8 a.m., 9 a.m. and
4:45 p.m. Contact Latresha Pittman at 526-
2412, ext. 157 or Kelly Swearingen at 482-
6221. Visit www.goredforwomen.org.
.* The Chipola Regional Workforce
Development Board, Inc. Youth Committee
meets at 10 a.m. in the Graceville Vocational
Youth Facility in Graceville. Call 800-382-
.5164.
Southeastern Community Blood Center
Mobile Unit will be taking blood donations
from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Chipley Wal-
Mart. Call 526-4403.
The Panhandle Area Drug and Alcohol
Abuse Prevention Coalition meets at 11:30
a.m. in the Gazebo Restaurant in downtown
Marianna. Those with concerns about, the
use of drugs, alcohol and tobacco in the
community are welcome. Lunch is Dutch
treat. Call 482-9088.
Alcoholics Anonymous has an open
meeting each Friday, 8 to 9 p.m., at the First
United Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia
St., Marianna. Meet in the AA room.


Getting

it Right!

The Jackson
County Floridan
strives to make sure
content in the news-
paper is accurate.

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
newsroom at 526-
3614, Monday-
Friday.


James Bellamy, 51, 3373
Highway 231 North, Cottondale, dis-
orderly intoxication, criminal mis-
chief.
Kyle Merritt, 23, 8854 Faithful
Trace, Tallahassee, serving weekends.
JAIL POPULATION: 217
To report a crime, call
CrimeStoppers at 526-5000.
To report a wildlife violation, call 1-
888-404-FWCC (3922).


Read the Police Roundup
at www.jcfloridan.com


College in Marianna. Call 526-4403.
.* The Early Learning Coalition of
Northwest Florida Executive Committee
convenes at 9 a.m.' in the Panama City
Workforce Center to discuss coalition infra-
structure projections. Call 850-747-5400,
ext. 102.
Alcoholics Anonymous has an open
meeting each Wednesday, noon to 1 p.m., at
the First United Methodist Church, 2901
Caledonia St., Marianna. Meet in the AA
room.

February 5 Thursday
The Jackson County Library Board will'
hold a work session at 3 p.m. in-the Board
of County Commission Chambers. On the
agenda: Advertising on the book mobile,
library standards and more.
The Ted Walt Marianna Veterans of
Foreign Wars meets at 6 p.m. at 2932
Madison, one. block north of the Social
Security office, for a covered dish
supper/business meeting. For information
on joining the VFW, call 482-8140.
The William Dunaway Chapter, Florida
Society, Sons of The American Revolution
meets at Jim's Buffet and Grill with the'
Dutch treat meal starting at 6:30 p.m. Call
594-6664.
Grieving Parents Support Group meets
the first Thursday of each month, at 7 p.m.,
in the Eastside Baptist Church Fellowship
Hall. Anyone experiencing grief due to the
loss of a child, regardless of the age of the
child, is welcome. Refreshments provided.
Call 526-5618 or 573-0535.
Alcoholics Anonymous meets each
Thursday for a "closed discussion," 8 to 9
p.m., at the First United Methodist Church,
2901 Caledonia St., 'Marianna. Meet in the
AA room. Attendance is limited to persons
with a desire to stop drinking.

February 6 Friday
Jackson County Chamber of Commerce


POLICE ROUNDUP


MARIANNA POLICE'
The Marianna Police Department
listed the following incidents for Jan.
30, the latest available report: One
drunk driver, three traffic accidents,
one reckless driver, two suspi-
cious vehicles, two suspicious
persons, one burglary of a -.2
vehicle, two disturbance calls, _--
one burglar alarm, one larceny (CR1
complaint, one found property -
report, two illegally parked
vehicles, one animal complaint, one
assist of another agency, four public
service calls, four traffic accidents and
one felony battery.
JACKSON COUNTY
SHERIFF'S OFFICE
The Jackson County Sheriff's
Office listed the following incidents
for Jan. 30, the latest available report:
One alarm, two assaults, two batteries,
one burglary, one civil dispute, one
CrimeStoppers complaint, three crimi-
nal mischief complaints, two dead per-
sons (natural causes), one disorderly
conduct complaint, two disturbance
calls, two domestic violence com-


plaints, one escort, 16 investigations,
two larceny complaints, one noise
complaint, three missing persons, one
prowler, one .public service call, one
robbery, one sex offense, one stolen
vehicle, one suicide threat, two
. "". thefts of services, seven suspi-
Y-~,rt cious incidents, one traffic
-" accident, 15 traffic stops, two
IME trespassing complaints, one
---- warrant arrest, one reckless
driver, one 911 hang-up, six
EMS calls and two minor fire calls.

JACKSON COUNTY
CORRECTIONAL FACILITY
The following people were booked
into the county jail during the latest
reporting periods:
Eric Ferguson, 26, 4464 Highway
71, Greenwood, violation of court
order.
Joshua Parrish, 28, 5168 Oakland
Circle, Greenwood, failure to appear
(petit theft).
Elenis White, 54, 4484 Davis St.,
Marianna, knowingly driving while
license suspended/revoked.


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Sunland celebrates Christmas
SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
Sunland kicked off the
holiday season with their

Lighting ceremony.
Residents read a short
""Christmas Wish" as
handmade ornaments were
placed on the Christmas
tree. Numerous parties
were hosted for different attahoc ee Irst
homes by many groups Baptist Church '39-ersnIrU
and organizations, both .C sas
local and out of county. Chnstmas one Con
Shown are some of the -Flake at a time.
groups who hosted parties,
and others who visited the
center to entertain with .
singing and skits: The New '
Bethel CME Women's'
Missionary Society, the T
Crimson Hat-Tettes, the
Niceville Knights of
Columbus, the,
Chattahoochee First .
Baptist Church '39-ers and mow
Sunland staff, including -ew et e omen s
the Grinch and Santa Missionary Society Crimson Hat-fettes an a at Sunlan
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Chipola brain bowl teams



shine at NAQT sectional


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
The Chipola Gold and Blue Teams'
finished first and second in the
National Academic Quiz
Tournament North Florida Sectional
held Jan. 24 at Tallahassee
Community College.
The Chipola Gold sophomore team
went undefeated (12-0) to claim their
fourth tournament win this year.
Chipola Gold has won four of five
junior college tournaments during
the 2008-09 season.'The Gold Team
averaged 325 points per game, the
highest average for any team in'the
nation.
The Chipola Blue freshmen team
(11-1) finished the tournament with
one loss, losing to Chipola Gold in
the rare Chipola vs. Chipola champi-
onship round.
All nine Chipola players finished
in the top 25 in individual scoring:
Anthony Garrett (sixth), Ryan Wells
(seventh), Brad Wells (10th), Nathan
Hooppell (11th), Ethan Hewett
(13th), Drew Padgett ,(15th), Cody
Pickens (17th), Jordan Belser (18th)
and Anthony Berkeley (22nd).
The Tallahassee tournament was
one of seven sectionals played
-throughout the United States this
past weekend. The winner in each
sectional receives an automatic berth
into Intercollegiate Championship in
Orlando on Feb. 27-28. Both Chipola
teams have qualified for the
Intercollegiate Championship in
Orlando on Feb. 27-28. Defending
national champion Valencia is the
only other college with, two teams in
the national championship.
The 2009 season will mark the first
time that NAQT has held a separate
community college national champi-
onship. NAQT has named a commu-
nity college national champion since
2002, but that determination has
been made part of its overall Division
II competition. A total of 16 teams
will qualify for the chance to claim
the national title. Chipola was the,
runner-up team in the 2008 national
tournament,. losing in the final to
Valencia Community College.
Chipola Gold team members are


The Chipola Gold and Blue Teams finished first and second in the National
Academic Quiz Tournament North Florida Sectional held Jan. 24 at'
Tallahassee Community College. Gold team members are Brad Wells,
Anthony Garrett, Jordan Belser and Ryan Wells. Blue team members are
Nathan Hooppell, Drew Padgett, Anthony Berkeley, Ethan Hewett and
Cody Pickens. Contributed photo


Jordan Belser, Anthony Garrett, Brad
Wells, and Ryan Wells.
Chipola- Blue team members are
Nathan Hooppell, Ethan Hewett,:
Drew Padgett, Cody Pickens, and
Anthony Berkeley.
"I want to personally thank our
faculty for the dedication they show
in the classroom every day," Brain
Bowl coach Stan Young said. "Our
students are really showing their
merit and we all should be proud. I


also want to thank our administration
and the physical plant for their sup-
port. Other schools do not seem to
have the overwhelming support we
receive here at Chipola and it really
makes a difference. Special thanks to
Joy Ree Ashmore for volunteering to
keep the statistics for the tourna-
ments and to Brain Bowl assistant
coach Robert Dunkle for the count-
less hours he dedicates in helping to
prepare our team."


Do you have Cute Kids?

E-mail your 'Cute Kids" photos to
editorial@jcfloridan.com, mail them to P.O. Box
520, Marianna, FL 32447 or bring them by our
offices at 4403 Constitution Lahe in Marianna.
'12 years or under. vwth Jackson County ties. Include child's full
name. parents' name(s) and city of residence. This is a free serv-
ice. All enines subject to editing.


CUTE KIDS


After a long day of attending events at the 2009
Inauguration of President Barack Obama in
Washington, D.C., 20-month-old Tareek Pride has had
enough. Tareek attended the three-day event with his
mother, Tamiko Garrett, and other family members. He
is the grandson of Gwen and William Long, and the
great-grandson of Gehazel Sims. Contributed photo


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SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
The Chipola College
Theater is in full rehearsal
for the totally awesome
musical, "Back to the 80's,"
written by Neil Gooding,
. additional material by Stuart
Smith, revised orchestra-
tions and arrangements by
Brett Foster and original
musical adaptation by Scott
Copeman. The musical
opens a five-day run March
18.
Chipola Theater director
Charles Sirmnon recently cast
local actors in the following
roles: Keith Watford as
Corey Palmer (senior),
Garrett Brolund as Corey
Palmer (junior), Austin
Pettis as Alf Bueller,
Jonathan Keeman as Kirk
Keaton, Kyndall Covington
as Tiffany Houston,


Madison Wester as Cyndi
Gibson, Brenna Kneiss as
Mel Easton, Kylee Shores as
Kim Easton, Ben Grande as
Michael Keaton, Kris
Sampson as Lionel Astley,
Quintin Beechum as Huey
Jackson, Aven Pites as
-Feargal McFerrin, Grace
Bailey as Eileen Reagan,
Courtney Corbin as Laura
Wilde, Emily Harrison as
Debbie Fox, Christiha
Lopez as Ms. Sheena
Brannigan and Aaron
Moore as Mr. Stevie Cocker.
Classmates are: Haley
Barfield, Sarah Lovins,
Danielle Richardson, Jacob
Beasley and Clint Touchton.
"Back to the 80's," is
straight from the era that
brought the world the
Rubik's Cube, Max
. Headroom and The Teenage
Mutant Ninja Turtles. Join


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showing up at their door. Plowing
through 200 applications, when one
employee is needed costs.money, and
companies don't want to spend more
than they have to in these tough eco-
nomic times.
"They being a lot more selective up
front now," Williams said. "Our job,
then, is to help people really polish up
their resumes and make them solid,
teach them how to complete an appli-
cation in a manner that makes an
employer want to hire them, and
make sure they've got their interview
skills from how to dress for an
interview, to ho.w they otherwise
present themselves in talking with a'
potential employer."
Williams said he expects to see
roughly 25 percent fewer job listings
at One-Stop centers this year, com-
pared to last year. He said he referred
an average of 12 people per job open-
ing last year, and currently is .refer--
ring about 21 people' per opening
now.
Jackson County's unemployment
rate is relatively low compared to-
other communities around it, thanks
to some job-heavy industries that
opened here in the last few years.
The Family Dollar Distribution
Center and Green Circle Bio Energy
are, two examples. Ice River Springs
should start full production soon and
add more jobs.
But even with these developments,
Jackson's unemployment rate has
increased over the past several report-
ing periods.
Washington County's unemploy-
ment rate is now more than 9 percent,
the highest in the five-county region
and more than a full point higher that
it was in December last year.
While the spike in unemployment
can be attributed in part to company
closures or downsizing, other factors
are also in play. '
For instance, some families where
t


one spouse didn't traditipnally'work
outside the home have found them-
selves in need of a second income as
the economy worsened.
When the spouse goes looking for
wdrkc, it adds one more body to the
ranks of the unemployed, at least'
until they find a job..
, There are;also a number of retirees
coming back into the workforce
because they. can. no longer live on
their fixed incomes often the result
of the impact of a pluAmeting stock
market on their investments.
Williams said he recently helped a
70-year-old who came in looking for
work.
The creation of new jobs is not
keeping pace with the increase in
people looking for work, which has
grown by 1,372 job seekers across the
region since last year.
And there's another statistic in
play that's less easy to track the
underemployment rate.
,Williams said he's seen moire pro-
fessionals coming in as the result of
recent downsizing. Idled engifieers,
he said, are taking lower-paying jobs
they might not have considered a year
ago.
And Williams said the unemploy-
ment rate here is also affected by
what's happening in the communities
outside the five-county region.
He cited the recent news that
Smurfit Stone, which has a Panama
City paper mill, has filed for bank-
ruptcy. While the company is still
operating, Williams said its down-
ward turn could affect many others.
"You don't harvest a lot of trees out
of the Gulf of Mexico," he said, "You
get a lot of your trees ,out of the
inland communities. The fewer you
need, the fewer you're going to buy,
so there are landowners here who are
going to feel this, people who were
counting on their timber sales as a
college fund for their kids.


"Then you've got the people who
would have been hired to harvest the
trees that won't be picking up as
much work. You also have to think
about the lost fuel sales, the lost
.equipment maintenance work that
would have been needed," he said.
Williams said Jackson County has
done :a great job of keeping things
stable, and is a lot better off than
sonie of the other counties right now.
"But all our fortunes are a lot more
tied together than you might think.
Florida as a general rule has been hit
hard, and our area is no exception,"
he said. "I haven't seen things this
bad since the early 1990s."
With most large employers and
many smaller ones going through the
workforce center to find the workers
they do need, Williams' office is
often the place to be for-those looking
for a job.
He said Monday that, with the
increase in traffic through his office,
he's trying to get a grant to hire more
part-time workers himself.
"We're still staffed like we were
when the economy was good, and
that's causing problems. I'm trying to
get more people in here, because
when someone comes in here looking
for help, they want someone to talk
to, not just to look at a computer
screen or talk on the telephone," he
said.
The workforce center recognizes
the need for personalized attention.
But it relies solely on federal funding,
which has been cut every year for
seven years. And now, it's workload
is growing rapidly.
"We're a free job search location,
we're handling a new food stamp pro-
gram, we're offering more classes
now on' how to interview, on the
basics of how to get and keep a job,
many things that we've always done
we're now doing or needing to do
more of because of demand," he said.
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Buford Fowler, 72, of
Grand Ridge passed away
on Sunday, Feb. 1, 2009, at
his residence. He was a
.lifelong resident of Jackson
County and a member of
the Cypress Grove
Assembly of God Church.
Mr. Fowler worked as a
steward in the Texas oil
fields and enjoyed. the out-
doors.
He was preceded in death
by his parents, Houston and
Rozie Crutchfield Fowler;.
brother, Robert.Fowler; sis-
ter, Pearl Miles; and father
and mother- in-law,
Leonard and Ruby
Barrentine.
Survivors include his
loving wife of 53 years,
Helen Fowler; two sons,
Danny Fowler and wife
Tammy, and Donnie Fowler
and wife Sybil, all of Grand
Ridge; four daughters, Terri
Baranski and husband John
of Simpsonville, S.C.,
Cindy Millard and husband
Marty of Grand Ridge, Kim
Dunham and husband
Harold of Sneads, Lori
Meadows and husband
Philip of Cottondale; sister,
Mearl Collins and husband
Alvie of Panama City;
brother-in-law, Howard
Miles of Graceville; 15
grandchildren; 16 great-
grandchildren; and special
friend, Dr. Daniel
Bontrager.
Services for Mr. Fowler
will be at 2 p.m.
Wednesday, Feb. 4, in the
Cypress Grove Assembly
of God Church, with the
Revs. Harry Lawrence,
William Walker and Jerome
Lewis officiating.
Interment will follow in
Dykes Cemetery.
The family will receive
friends from 6 to 8 p.m.
Tuesday, Feb. 3, in the
Marianna Chapel Funeral
Home.
Asked to serve as pall


bearers are Justin
McDowell, Shon Cloud,
Garrett 'Dunham, Shane
Cloud, Tayler Dunham,
Jason Milsapp, Mike
Meadows and Benji
Meadows.
The family would like to
give a special thank you to
Covenant Hospice.
Marianna Chapel Funeral
Home is in charge of
arrangements.
Expressions of sympathy
may be submitted online at
www.mariannachapelfh.co
m.

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of Graceville
5283 Brown Street
Graceville, FL 32440
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William Remus Budd

Mr. William Remus
Budd, 64, of Cottondale
passed away on Feb. 1,
2009, at his home, after an
extended illness.
Mr. Budd was born
March 7, 1944, in Avon
Park, the son of James
Harrison Budd and Mary
Louise Simpson Budd.
Mr. Budd loved to hunt
and fish and was a lifetime
member of the National
Hunt Club. He also enjoyed
watching the car races. Mr.
Budd was a loving father,
dedicated husband and
devoted grandfather, and he
will be greatly missed by
all.
Mr. Budd was preceded
in death by his parents,
James Harrison Budd and
Mary Louise Simpson
Budd.
Mr. Budd is survived by
his wife, Violet Budd of
Cottondale; daughter,
Pamela Marie Budd of
Venice; daughter, Debbie
Marie Folsom of West
Chapel; daughter, Melisa
Johnson, of Jacksonville;
brother, James Aaron Budd
of Lake Placid; three sis-
ters, Jeanette Massey of
Bailey, Miss., Sarah
Fortner of Graceville, and
Patricia Conway of New
Bern, N.C.; 10 grandchil-
dren; one great-grandchild;
and several nieces and
nephews.
The funeral service for
Mr. Budd will be at 10 a.m.
Wednesday, Feb. 4, at the
Williams Funeral Home
Chapel in Graceville, with
the Rev. Jackie Register
officiating. Burial will fol-
low at Collins Old Mill
Cemetery in Graceville,
with Williams Funeral
Home of Graceville direct-
ing.
The family will receive
friends from 6 to 8 p.m.
Tuesday, Feb. 3, at
Williams Funeral Home of
Graceville. The family will
accept flowers.


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BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR

The Malone Lady Tigers will look to
take the next step towards building a com-
petitive program in 2009 on the heels of a
winless 2008 season.
Second-year coach Greg Ford returns
seven players from that team, and said
there was more optimism around the team
this year.
"We're feeling a little bit better," the
coach said. "Our pitching staff has gotten
a year -older and they're young.
Defensively, we'll be fine, and our top
three hitters are back from last season, so
we should be OK there."
The Lady Tigers' two starting pitchers
are Sara Newsome, an eighth-grader, and
Venisha Hems, a freshman.
' "The whole season will fall on their
shoulders,". Ford said. "Venisha has a
stronger arm, but Sara has worked with the
pitching coach for a year and is probably
more consistent right now.
"She'll probably be the main starter.
We'll ride Sara until she falls apart. She
has three pitches now and she's pretty con-
sistent with them."
The pitching staff isn't the only area
dominated by youth. The Lady Tigers
have just two seniors in Breanna Laster.
and Latosha Hall, with both going.from
the basketball team to the softball team for
the first time.
With more than half the team being'
comprised of sophomores or younger,
Ford said this year is about building for the
future.
"We're trying to build something new
here," the coach said. "This is basically an
eighth-0lth-grade team. We're looking at


trying the next couple years to see how
good we can be."
The Lady Tigers were 0-12 last season
. in a year that Ford said he knew would be
tough before it started.
"I knew going in it would be hard," the
coach said. "I had myself mentally pre-
pared for how long off season it would be.
It was disappointing, but it was not some-
thing I didn't expect. This year, we're
playing more games. We've got a 20-game
schedule and my goal is to win more than
half of them. That may be a lofty goal, but
you have to set the bar high."
Malone returns its three leading hitters
from last season with Herns, Abby
Calloway and Shakira Smith. The Lady
Tigers also get a transfer in catcher Cara
McCormick.
Ford said he felt good about his lineup,
but that the season would ultimately come
down to consistency from the circle.
"We all know that it was never our
defense that killed us," the coach said.
"Last year it was our pitching. They all
know that when you average 12 walks a
game, you're not going to win that many
games.
"It will come down to how well we
pitch. If they can throw strikes, we should
have the defense to get the outs. We put
ourselves out of too many ballgames
because of walking people last year."
Ford said he was encouraged by the fact
that 30 girls tried out for this year's team,
twice as many as last year.
As for the players currently with the
team, Ford thought it wouldn't take much
convincing to make them believe they can
turn the program around.
See SOFTBALL, Page 2B.>


Greg Ford helps Dionna Bowers with her batting stance during a Malone softball
practice Thursday. After a winless 2008 season, Ford has filled out the roster with
younger players. -Mark Skinner/Floridan


Indians go 1-2 in St. Pete Indians take Homecoming win


BN DUSTIN KENT
FLCIuDDXN Sror'r. ELiiCF

After a pair of frustrating
losses Saturday, the Chipola
Indians bounced back with a
14-1 win over St. Petersburg
Sunday at St. Pete.
The Indians los-t S-I and 10-
-'0-To-ST. Pee '-SAturday' after
winning the season-opener 6-2
over Darton Friday at Chipola
Field.
Chipola coach Jeff Johnson
said Saturday-s performance
was embarrassing, though he
was much happier with howt
the team responded Sunday
"I was real disappointed on
Saturday." the coach said.
"Obviously, we're not mental-
ly tough enough to go down
and play well after a long bus
ride. But (Sundayti we came
out and swung the bats
extremely well."
Jake Rogers- led Chipola
going 4-for-5 with four RBl.
Jordan Lucas added four hits.
Dayne Read three and Mark
Ellis two with three RBI.
Austin Wright started on the
mound and went three innings


for Chipola to get the win.
Chris Roach came on in
relief for Chipola and pitched
three shutout innings. with JB
Johnson adding one scoreless
frame for the Indians.
The Chipola said he spoke
with the team prior to Sund\ "',
ainte about coming up withd a
superior 'effort' to Saturday's
lopsided losses.
"We said that somebody has
to step forward.'" Johnson
said. "W\Ve have a relatively
new club, so iwe need some
people to step forward and
plat\ % ith some intensity and
enthusiasm We're not there
yet. but \e at least shov\ed
some fight.
"\We plai\ed pretty\ well
defensitel\, offensive. and
%we pitched \well. We just have
to be consistent and get that
effort e\erida\. That's on the
coach. I hate to do a better job
of getting these guys ready
e\crxday.'"
The Indians begin play in the
Rahal-Nlillei JUCO National
Classic Friday at Chipola
Field, with games against
Walters State and San Jacinto.


Lady Indians lose a
close one Saturday
BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR

The top-ranked Chipola
lidiJi.s stayed perfect in
Panhandle play, but the No. 6
Lady Indians suffered a disap-
pointing loss Saturday night on
Homecoming at Chipola.
The Chipola men got 21
points from Casey Mitchell and
a stellar performance by.. point
guard Malcolm Armstead to take
.1 78-71 over Northwest Florida
State.
The Indians led 39-29 at half-
time, but the Raiders stormed
back with a barrage of second-
half 3-pointers to take a two-
point lead with four minutes to
play
However, Chipola battled back
and took a lead it would not sur-
render.
"We didn't play very well,"
Indians coach Greg Heiar said.
"(NWF St.) caught fire in the sec-
ond half and we did a poor job
contesting shots. But our kids
refocused and got it done. We
really had to grind it out."
The win was the 23rd in a row
for the 'Indians, who are now 24-
1 overall and 7-0,in conference.
While Mitchell, as usual, led
the offensive charge for Chipola,

See CHIPOLA, Page 2B >


Chipola's Malcolm Armstead jumps up to take a shot Saturday. The
Indians beat Northwest Florida State and remain perfect in confer-
ence play. -Mark Skinner/Floridan


BY STEVEN WINE
AP SPORTS WRITER

HOLLYWOOD With final
voting on the Florida Marlins'
long-sought ballpark less than
two weeks away, club president
David Samson says 'he expects
near-capacity crowds nightly the
first year in the team's new home,
with annual attendance above 2
million for at least seven seasons.
Such an increase for the atten-
dance-challenged Marlins would
allow them to climb into the mid-
dle of the major league pack in
player payroll, Samson said
Monday.
"As soon 'as our revenues goes
up, our payroll will go up,"
Samson said at a luncheon to pro-
mote the upcoming season. "In
the new ballpark, our payroll will
always match our revenues, but
our revenues will be higher."
The Marlins 'have been last or
next-to-last in the majors in pay-
roll each of the past three years.
In 2008 payroll was $22 million,
while the median in the big
leagues was $80 million.
"This is not a small-market


team," Samson said. "It has been
a low-revenue team. Miami and
its surrounding counties to me are
at least a mid- to above-average
market. If we can get the revenue
that should go along with that
size market, then we certainly
should be at least in the mid-
ranfge."
Because the Marlins have long
been plagued by poor attendance,
critics of the ballpark plan may
scoff at Samson's projections.
They were based on conversa-
tions with fans and the impact of
new stadiums for other teams,
Samson said.
City of Miami and county
commissioners are scheduled to
vote Feb. 13 on contracts for the
ballpark. That's the final hurdle
before groundbreaking, which
could begin as early as June 15.
The 37,000-seat stadium near
downtown Miami is projected to
open in 2012 and cost $515 mil-
lion, including a retractable roof.
The ballpark is part of a $3 bil-
lion public works package that
includes a tunnel for the Port of
Miami and a downtown trolley
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The Malone Tigers got their third one-point win
of the week Saturday night in Ponce De Leon, eras-
ing a six-point deficit with 15 seconds to play for a
54-53 victory.
TJ Smith hit the game-winning 3-pointer with 1.5
seconds left to put the Tigers, who have now won
six in a row, up for good.
Trailing by six late, Smith scored to cut the lead
to four, and Malone called timeout.
The Tigers then got a steal by Michael Peak, who
took it in for a layup with eight seconds left.
Malone then fouled PDL with seven seconds to
play. After a missed one-and-one, LaDarius
McElroy raced the ball back down the court and
found Smith in the comer for the game-winner.
Earlier in the week, the Tigers took a 61-60 win
over Cottondale and a 46-45 victory over
Graceville, both at home.
Malone coach Steven Welch said he wished his
team wouldn't make things so dramatic, but he's
come to accept this is just the way his team plays..
"I told the guys that sometimes you just are what
you are," the coach said. "We'll do the best with
., what we've got and have fun with it."
The Tigers trailed 18-12 after one period and
went down by as many as 15 in the second quarter,
before cutting the lead down to 11 at halftime.
After returning to the court, Malone turned up the
defensive pressure and forced a host of turnovers
'that led to a 22-8 third period and a three-point
advantage.
Welch said he expected a tough game with PDL,
who the Tigers play at this time of the season every
year.
"Every year it's a -dogfight because they're
jacked up 'and we're dead-legged," the coach said.
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Malone's T.J. Smith shoots against Marianna.
Malone won by a point against Ponce De Leon
Saturday. -File photo
"It showed early, but we dug and came up with a
win."
Smith led Malone, now 13-7 on the year, with 24
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Tigers win by a point in final moments
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FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR


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Chipola's Jamia Akins looks for someone to pass to Saturday. The Lady Indians lost
to Northwest Florida State Saturday. -Mark Skinner/Floridan


Chipola Continued From Page 1B


it was Armstead who might
have been the best Indian
on Saturday night.
The freshman point
guard scored 19 points and
handed out nine assists
while committing no
turnovers.
"He just gets better every
game," Heiar said of
Armstead. "Darius Stowers
got hurt earlier in the year
and Malcolm'has made the
most out of his opportunity.
He's done a really great job
for us at the point."
The Lady Indians lost to
NWF St. 66-62, falling
back into a first-place tie
with Gulf Coast.
Chipola was without
leading scorer Latoya
Williams, as well as start-
ing point guard Ashlie
Billingslea, starting small
forward Sequoya Griffin
and key frontcourt reserve
Georgian Williams. Lady
Indians. coach David Lane
said they were suspended
for the game for a "team
rule violation."
In their absence, Chipola
struggled against a. Lady
Raiders team it beat 63453
in the first meeting in
Niceville.


Softball
Continued From Page ,1B

"I don't think it will be
hard at all," the coach said.
"'They believe in them-
selves. They know the tal-
ent that they have. The girls
know, that they're part of
something that's building,
and they're excited about
that."
Malone, which opens the
regular season Feb. 23 ,on
the road against
Blountstown, still. has, to
wait for the basketball sea-
son to end to get back a
handful of players who also
play softball.
While ; acknowledging
how .difficult it. made
preparing for the season,
Ford said it's just a part of
being a small school coach.
"You just deal with it," he
said. "I've talked to
(Malone girls basketball)
coach (Andy) Ward and
when they're not playing or
practicing, they'll come out
and get their arms loose.
But until they can commit
full-time, you just have to
wait. You can't get upset,
about it because there's
nothing you can do about it.
It's just life at a small
school,"


Malone
Continued From Page 1B

points, including the first 12
of the game for the Tigers..
McElroy and Peak added
11 and 10 points for
Malone.
The Tigers were sched-
uled to take on Sneads on
the road Monday. Malone
travels to Chipley Tuesday
and hosts Northside Friday.


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The Lady Indians shot
just 32 percent from the
field to NWF St.'s 45 per-
cent and turned the ball
over 20 times.
Carolyn Mills led
Chipola with 20 points,
with Lenita Sanford and
Marnbsha Hall adding 13
each and Pearl Johnson
scoring 12.
"I'm proud of the effort
the people who played
gave," Lady Indians coach
David Lane said. "We had
some people who played a
lot of minutes who are not
used to it."
Josette Campbell led the
Lady Raiders with 20
points. -
"Defensively, it was not
our best effort," Lane said.
"We were right there, we
knock down.a couple free
throws arid we're in good
shape, but we couldn't get
anything going from the
outside."
Chipola trailed by seven


in the second half before
trimming the deficit to
three with just 20 seconds
left.
SThe Lady, Indians had a
chance to tie or cut it to
one, but turned the ball
over and had to foul, with
the Lady Raiders making
1-of-2 free throws to ,put
the game out of reach.
At 20-4 overall and 5-2
in conference, the Lady
Indians still control their
own destiny for the league
championship, though
Lane said his team needed
to grow from Saturday
night's loss.
'We have to make sure
we learn from this and fig-
ure. out a way, to put it
behind us and move ofl,"
the coach said. "This will
show what level of maturi-
ty we are as a team. We
can't let this one cause
another loss and another
because we're not capable
of moving on."


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S tevislon may or may never been opened. Adidas, Size 9 or1/2,1 Ca dale850sq. ft.L R. rent in Ctton dAle in Al hfor. C/V water S
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7 526-060 00OBO 850-593.2431 272-5558. amal, .nob. ome% FL rm. anachedBR avail.850.554.9934 $500dwn $ m for
S. Oriental rug 6X8 Galvani:ed 2 irx 12 CLASSIFIEDS ( nrTF ziR -- M pO R ,n t. Rr 2BR/IBAnAliord; OtO 81
V o t C beautiful sage and A 2 4. 8" 72'rBll, I 1m W we're Working For "E T U H 2. $350 + deposit. Chaparral 210 Bo t05.,2s Ch ra 1 0,
Welded wire, 1"x2x Galvanized wire, 1/2 jOOLS t BHOUSES/RENTr 2BR2BA, Clean/qui-, RCVqE5 stored, only 20 hours,
36 00galanied x1/2 x4872'rol $110 FARM AO ED t park in Marianna. 'many extras Like new.
SurwCuM]=n'r $150 or $2/fl. Marian. or $1.75 ft. Marianna B D CH/A, No pets! $475 Motor l $25,900, 334-475-3883.
na 592-2507 592-2507 Black & Decker 18" ]UL R / um E R /mo + Dep 850-718- 6641 B a tra er"o
Hedge Trimmer $20 1st/last & $250 Dep. L ocaed0E o9 ,Cobera Bass Boat,
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H. ~ eiQ4UPMENT H$138 Mr.n OT d d -le laundry/water/gar 2/1. in Mar. on Sunset $3/mo 850-573 thrust. $5500 BO
Yourshde d e ', i o Mairanna 92.2507 should. K b/sewage 592-4793. Dr.No smoking/pets. 0308. 850-352-4274
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Svestigate the bac ( new-still in box'$100. RTE 22 BR
round of any company 272-2265 Gets REScALIRIn 850-573-1990 ter, lawn, garb incl. BOAT/MOToRS
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fBEFORE payin a ee RESULTSIIt n nfutlltm o in our' 2BR/2BA House (CLH) Ist/last/sec. Call 850
Proceed Fao r ma D / T-Rd HA P"ebe ac te '06RollsRite rtGoose- ae eric L3573-062 5/352-2897 .. n TRALi.ERS B
CsfeeIto M fa 0R R i sales and Service old 1 acre lot.t7000mo
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you are asked to send if ~EITUR2/ lassifiedas ,prre-ti neck Trailer, 25,000 Directoryg 850- 573-6655. 3BR DWMH S of Watkins 7927 fo t, E
money or in calling HOUSEHOLD Galvanized wire ," o s GVW, 20ft bed, 5ft dove n d grow 'C'dale oipaved road. 8HPYanmrat Port St. 11 -
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All numbersefixed by haviary netting, 200' your business!!! 3/2 CH/An M $450-$600/mb (850) Joe Mari
Aeroll $120. 50' roll $30. vrg a r bee used) Alws 0 A56p., W/D hookup, 3 04/ 28 dock, $16, 00.334-897- '95 Hunter 235 sailor
"900" are charged to 30 for both 850-593- Noets nsmokin 352-10/2-2 dock. $16,500.334-897- u95 Hunter 23.5 sailer
callers on are charged to $30 for both850-593- Maann 592-2507 sheltered in barn, Used no 2167 or 334-733-0020 w/traile, '035hp Hon-
or per-calf basis. Some Grass catcher for 46" m very little. $7200 BR $650/mo Application Clean 1 & 2 B/B for da 2mch list, $k
othscallersanaper-e 50 850leGras6-569-2262 eves 209 ARTENTS &ep. req. 850-718- fain. of 2. No stuk- Triton '08,18 ft. Explor- 00, Cal 334-806-2822,
noftheseDcallTareto 4 drawer leg1 szefile Husqvarna lawn trac- 2, re 8555/718-6417Cal
ic Ys zfifle w Yut1BR iex inRn $1704 ing/pets cyr lease, trw/11S HP Mercury
numbiters outside of the cabinet, inc. file di- tor. Used less than '/ A 8479 days 4/ Fe n $300-$500 + dep. 850- Optimax. 71 pound meo- 48-- hnson
United States & viders. $40.00 850 638 a season. $150 850- p CARCGrVrR Classifieds have what 2 & 3BRAPARTMENTS $ r(5% dn 30 718-8158 tot guide 480 GPS/fish mh(%dn3
sive international rates 2749 a season. 26303255 Nt I Cr Is 0 acwhaot 2ies, $AP2 TM1 NT& 4/2 Foreclosure! Only 718-8158 tar guide, 480 OPS/fish
are charged to your 2749 263-2701 you are looking for. $199 mth(5 dw 30 finder, stainless steel
phone bill. Antiqe i ti Dining Room HUGE AMBER BOTTLE Live-in Caregiver 12ft hay mower FOR RENT $525- $650 yrs @ 8%APR). Listing MH FOR RENT In Cy- prop. Readyto fish
THm S PUBLICATION Table and 4 chairs '28" high X52" round, needed; room/boar- Reduced to $10,900, MO (850)209-3591 800-570-898 x 1774 press $340 -$550/mo. $1800. 334-774-5412 or
list the charges for the 855265252 $20. Marianna 592- d/sala No pets-s 850-866-2774 e ts/smoking Ref 334-790-1346.
listw 2 Mracharges f500r2thR eq t. (850)68www .Pt
reader. Remember, if Complete set of 2004 2507 / drugs/ smoking. 850- I I2C e Req l o235 Stratos '98 201 Proe- 1
youh ave an doubts, 'Florida Code books C2- 514 ft. KMC Field 3A2BR A e BA BY cliteo Bass boat.220ft. -3 o .
you nave any doubtst / Florida code books ( 7 Cultivator 3-57 Massey Apartment in Nice 0 It[ Ge A'.>, A SJT]T 225 Evenrude, trolling
gate! Iit sounds (7)n .85250 Malin GNERA Ferguson Flip plows. Neighborhood dn Spgs 3br/2 a, motor & trailer 86' BAYLINER 29ft V
too good to betrue, it M arlin G 9BN 'ERAL 1 i Ne Ag E $57 3Voei-milTE
probably is! Your Better 334-774-1247. Move in Special I 2400s 20x40 poo, v 260 eng. Ge., Heat-
probise YoBureer Neeaudisa CNewHoteHishing HELP WANTED l set of KMC twin row 850-482-5134 Buy275K, Rent 2BR/1BAHouseinGR /Air, w/traler, low
excellent source of the Classifieds in Panama planters $3,700., 4 row. $1200 772-215-5918 $30K (850) 573-0598. Pro Caft '05,205 with hours $12,500 OBO 687-
information. City of Marianna mounted on a paulk 2BR1BA APT, water, a 225 HP EFI Mercury. 8169,334-703-3138
334-792-384 Formal / R Side table, City of Marian 3/2 in Compass Lake, Excellent condition. 34 ft House Boat,
1-800-824-5274 ha s sthrae, on casters application for a per w/ lift assist wheel No pets! 850-526-8392 2cient Eo 2 story, 1800 sq ft, 1 $16,500. 334-726-1612 Slees 6, good cond.,
pecpane $80e 0 waterWasterwater and fernk e home, uiltdin aLc lot, eened 1ingr
ouName $80 OBO-482-8114 at fertilizer attach /592-6115 '05 $950 m.+ Dep.,- oo t $206K Javin 16 foot boat, 90 asking $12,000 OBO,
SrClassifiede Boxspn l ble ow taking applica- Ref.Req.8505794317. 85 2 HP Johnso. $300 334 Call 334-792-1079 or
Full Size Boxspring s dstatla ared alo ale 2000 29hp Agracar Now9ta0k p9 C 334-718-9054
Sc and Mattress $40 Ca ns at MaTranna One actor, 4W, Koyker tons 1,2,3 BR, also A S1" ul rou 7970300 34789
Good Cond. (850)272- n Stop Career Center. 160 FrontEnd Loader, BR handicap. Pet Nearly New 2 BR 3BR/2BA Foreclosed .y
S 5558. asking $4500,334-588- friendly, call for de- Home- Hwy90 E home! Only $23,750! Jason 1986bassboat 2004 90 hp Mercur
SWe arelookinfor Must SellsFor listings 110 Johnson motor, Out board $3750. firm
Home office desk and are k for 0323, 477-3152 ails. 850-593-5137. $600/mo, 5 800-570-8898 ext. 366 garage e kept, good con- also 9.9 HP Evinrude
H i ce a4thT rr-fi n to MEDICAL 4Sig ROpOr- 8 3 edition PRICE REDUCED $650. 334-774-3165 or
tunn f te JD.tCombine Bot yClassified $39000 0B 334-7945511 334-791-7206
arli credena $199. Marlin fish the Heads, 7 Peerless dry- /334-798-5936
ing 850-526-5252 Hannibal banks. er, KMC four L hak Picket Fence Rentals Advertising /37 s d-9
Fishing sofa& matching re- We tookthis trip Chipola Nursing er & Bahia seed exc N CmmERAL Qualhty 2 & 3 BR Marl- HORSE TRAILER 2
in Panama iner$125forboth last year and the 4 Pavlon and germ .334-266-5907 or PROPET- /RET r 0 & tS lnganrd g Saion Load,
850-593-5702 of us landed 13. Retirement Center, 334-355-2883 ali selling grey, fair cond. $2000.
S 30 Marlin, one of the Marianna, FL Adams'07 2-hose, Business Office Sace avail. 850- 526-3355 buying! 334-775-8439
850-530Black marlins was is seeking qualified slant bumper, ull w/ 1000FPrivatekit
850-593-5702 around 700 Ibs. individuals to join dressing rm. A uminum /break/bathutil. Incl. MOBILE 496 Beinville CL '
jus hadine our caring and skin. $6500. 334-792- $700/mo 526-3668 HOME/RENT 4/2 large yard, I 2003Eeunter356o
SH Gut a neo compassionate 6366 or 334-333-7577 I ford I S E LL Excellent condition
'NS our party cancel team. We have an Park Model M2356 Loaded features,
andneed to till opening in the DUPLEX/ ET CH&A, W/D, Storage, G3 '031756 Cener Sleeps 7, Sacrifice at
S Remington Model 7400 theirslot. following position: Porch, Furn, Bascom Console. Camo, 50hp $104,900,850-596-7710
Semi-Auto .270 Synthet- I P h $New, great location, Yamaha$rolling Mo,
ic Stock Rifle w/ You can check out A I OSEu1 BR duplex in GR on "$300/mo 850569-5628cl. ag cost, Yamaha.Trollreth finder ft. Ouchta BassM
3/9/S m Tasco Scope the trip online170K incl. clsg cost, tor.epth finder. 16 ft. Ouchita Bass
We a4th fisherman to $3/9/50m Tasco Scope thewww.ctripoaonlne ADMISSIONS M ae paved road oear Bon- 2/1 CH/A, incl. water- if qual. 102% loan, Duck Blind, great Boat, 48 h Johnson,
Sfis$350(850)263-3255 COORDINATOR My Attachments dies $425, ls& sec. /sew. on own lot in 5%, 30 yr,8505268367 condition. $4,999. gaiter trailer, freshly
Marlin fish the record or I live in o list $30,000 nego. 850-272-8880 Dellwood, $400, $350 334-685-4218. sanded & painted. 2
Hannibal banks. M and you If interested, 334-685-4218 dep, 850-592-4625 New housf a depth finders, motor
We took this trip U MI oos canreachmeat please apply in$4/m 2/2 Duplex in GR Ce a 7040 H em AG Car Trailer-'06, 24' guide trolling mtr.,
last year and the 4 334 750 5000 if you $4sona Gand50/mo, & 2/MHnearAlford. Hwy60A R, 8 l5K Enclosed with winch trolling battery,
of us landed 13 2 Bridgestone Dueler are interested person at: Gandy 4 row insecticide $250 dep. 850-592- No pets. No Smoking. (850)877-9340 $5000. Just Like New! cranking battery,
Marlin, one ofthe 4294 3rd Ave., applicator w/double 5571 .$375/mo + sec. (850)
Black marlins was HT used tires. 245/70 Marianna, FL boxes, for two chemi- 579-8882 v msg PANAMACITY, 334-588-6640 $3500. 3334-585-2059
around 700 lbs. 106. $40 Marian- Meyersl pump, 11/2" cals mounted on tool Lg 2/1 Pvt & extra nice, FLORIDA FREE Aluminum 15ft, fishing '06 Fisher 1710 crappy
Around 700 Ibs. .na 592-2507 low well pump, bar. Good condition carport/porch/yard 2 2/2,2/1 MH & 3/1 List Distress Sales boat, 25HP motor, trail- pro boat. 60 HP 4-stroke
Wjsthadn125 Mar-.$50, 229-758-314 1 miles to Courthouse0 House For rent in S. www.PanamaCity er, trolling motor, fish Mercury. Professionally
our party cancel hand held $10, 1-hi- I John Deere 310, 650/mo 8503522103 Cottondale. 850-352- Foreclosure locator. $3000 334-671- rigged. $10,200. 334-
anneed to fill intensity $30 Maran- PALMS indoor tropi- i heF RM / 4393 209-4516 Propertiescon 2998 692-3378 or 797-8008.
their slot. na 592-2507 cal palms in pots 3' .STE; I 4,.,4 r -I tI ru,: / 2.3 miles from Mar.
You checkout TO 6'$5 to $10 Man- snpruc e n, i. .,c n | i9 ACREAGE ery clean, family of
You can check outruce anna592-2507 an.male1a .79? 3 .49 2i carport, no pets
the tri online xmas tree$75. xmas A I *Cheap Timberland*
www.codventu houses$10ea.592- Picklp truck topper" ReT757ce 1 $500/mo 1st lathse- PRINTING P -ESS OPERATOR
re. or Ie 2507 61" x 6" white with ohn Dere 428 Hon- acres $1,500/ac curity. Ref. req. Oth-PRESSOPERATOR
Sent sh black trim $175 Marl da It c nt Jackson Co. FL er avail.850-209-8947 'nig
can reach me at 40.00 592-n a 592-2507 cond.,. u50d 4 Nice Timber, Creeks 2 & 3 BR MH ,Cotton- We are seidng h idr duand who amw Innteested
334 750 y ou 2507 Regulation size Pool 585-2059 Great Hunting, acdale.http://wwwchar-in a W
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are ie d BBQ Grill 2 shelves lid slate top, w/access- John Deere 5103, 44HP, Call Kane 850-509-8817 850-258-4868/209-8847 bur equipment consists of a 12-unit Goss Urbanite
propane $60. used ries & overhead pool CATS rake & box blade, 140 printing press and tWo fblders. We have immediate
B11 osT/F] i I once $.60. 592-2507 light $1250 U MOVE hrs. $9800 850-209-4266 1 opelngs for individuals capable of setup, operation,
uL Marianna (85,0) 263-3255 Free to good home: F MPox4 w- "FRE -.repair, and maintenance of our Press & Plate
BEAUTIFUL King size SHARP suede lambs- cat, a eyed, long hair New engine. $1350. Ul Uipmet.. Meeting comr any guidelines producing
FOUNDS F cat on bedspread Autumn wool i ed jack- grey/some orange a Will trade. 334-702-9566 CLASSIFIED ADS: tg quality, prouc whin deadlines are a must.
spayed BGlIGHT $15.a 592-2507 large $35 shots. 8508329754 UNDER $200 li '::LThis.lSltioh requires a minimum of two rears
850_832-9754 plated tool boxes, U W Do es Ir' presses, but will consider sheet-fed experience,
Caller ID unit, GE, $75-$100 850-526- LET US HELP YOU CLEAN OUT High school graduate or equivalent preferred.
Wheel68795 Adorable Chihuahua THAT GARAGE, SHED, OR | Company benefits includinQ medical, dental, eye
Coemnchbrn$60 Terrier & Blue Healers SPARE ROOM, CALL, FAX, care, prescription csrd, paid vacation, and 401k.
L, collec camping stose. pro-. 850-209-3427 Tractor: Compact Uti- EMAIL OR GO ONLINE If Interested send resume to:
e pa n c aier n40 f0d203 Heoc= Free:l/2Dachshund FB21diesel.2 fwd/4 PH: 850-526-3614or800-779-2557 h lllbe o, VP PlroduclSon .
T. Fiberglass cloth roil about 13 weeks old. lock, Cat .- 575 hours, P.O. BOX 520 MARIANNA, FL 32447r D 0 D ithan Egi P Box 280, .otan, AL 36302 ."
= < ls 7510 oz. 50" wide .2 office chairs, Blue in 850-579-4186 Gooatires, good coed. classifieds@jcflorldan.com Ir a to: watson n m.com. *
anna 592-2507 5252 Bull, F White English
Fiction books mostly Typing chair black in Bulldog, F Black Lab,
crime whole lot $20 color $35.very nice &FSm. Terrier 850- Tueidav,Sebr Farlu .2ir y 3 '- 21

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antique furniture (30+ pieces), chairs, tables, bedroom sets, 3x3 box contains the digits 1 9 only once.
ELECTRONICS hand tools, chain saws, tilers, kitchen items, lamps, fuel tank, Thr / 0
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Galvanized wire, 1/2" press aluminum catwalk (23 pieces), 10 Harley-Davidson for each puzzle BE SURE TO VISIT OUR
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4BOATS/MOTORS
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2 ft orza
Sportfishing Yacht
Designed by world
renowned designer
Tom Fexas.
Dual Mercedes turbo
diesel engines.
1H6 Total Hrs on
Yacht and engines
Raymarine E120,
Autopilot, Hi def
Radar, VHF Custom
Fighting Chair,
Custom long Range
Tank, 60 Gallon Bait
Tank outriggers,
tournament rigged
Compare at 1.4
million. Sacrifice
$950,000 will trade
for equivalent ocean
/ waterfront proper-
ties or trade down
for pleasure boat.
view Yacht at
Shttp://www.sportfis
hingyacht.us/,
Call865-805-1448

SCAMPERS/
TRAVEL TRAILER
Weekend Warrior Toy
Hauler '08 SS2500 1/2
ton towable, like new,
$28,500 OBO. 334-797-
.1177
Sprinter 1999 5th
wheel 27ft, with slide
out room, fully loaded
with new hitch. $8000
334-805-3058
Sportsman '08 5th
Wheel, 32 ft., loaded.
$27,500 OBO, 334-618-
7808.
Outback '06.31 RQS
Loaded $16,900 OBO'
334-618-4501.'
Montana 2005 5th
Wheel, 4 slides, king
bed, excellent condi-
tion. $34,500 OBO 850-
547-2808
Montana 07' 5th wheel
camper, 32.5 ft. 2 slides,
mounted space heater,
new 4000 Onan
generator w/inside re-
mote, $25k OBO, 850-
593-6946
Maco '06 5th wheel
w/slideout, used lyr
by non-smoker, can
be seen at 2469 El Be-
thel Church Rd. GR.
$19K 850-593-6058




Jayco '03 camper, 34 ft.
2 Slide outs exc. cond.
like new on rented lot
with water front view
Lake Eufaula $19,000
080 334-793-0021.
Hard Top for a Jeep '04
Wrangler, Black,
very clean, Like new.
$1,200., 334-798-0626.
Gulfstream '03 26' Fifth
Wheel w/ slideout,.
Great cond. Reduced
$10,000, 334-726-2186.
Forest River Surveyor
'06 30ft. Travel Trailer,'
self-contained, sleeps
8, excellent cond.,
$15,900. 334-726;6645
Fleetwobod'06 Utah .
Pop Up Camper. Mint
condition, 2-King sz,
beds, sofa bed and ta-
ble bed, AC & Refrig-
erator, small galley,
cassette commode.
$5000.334-702-9975
FLEETWOOD '05 Prowl-
er AX6, fifth wheel, 36ft,i
4 slides,fireplace, large
shower, 30/50amp. A
real must see at:.
$36,900 334-687-2994






prowler c amier.
ig ;ide 'oui. 38'. 26R.
Crea.r Cund 10.500.
Call 229 308 116,8

31' FLEETWOOD.'97
fully self contained.
queen bed, slideout
& canopy, great cond.
$8500. 334-803-3305Q
2006 custom park mod-
el Log Cabin,used 3
months perfect for lake
lot, hunting cabin or
mother in law suite on
your lot, ready to move.
$33,900. OBO (251)654-
* 5586 ,


$75K. 334-790-3480.
PRICE REDUCED
Lexington'06 29ft,3
slides, full body paint
11K miles, like new.
$55,000 firm. More info
334-703-2500
Monoco Knight'06,
'Save $25K or more.
Diesel, 4 slides, 4300 mi,
many upgrades !
$159.700 850-866-21.74






Gulf stream class C, 98'. ,
21' Triton, 71K mi.,gene-
rator, 2 airs, new tires,
2 new batteries & hitch
$11,500 obo. 334.522-
4419/813-469-1592
Fourwinds '08 Chateau
sort class C, 28 ft.
workhorse Chassis 6.0L
Vortec. 5578K mi. no sl. .
outs. non-smoker & pet
free. Reduced $51,000
080 serious inquiries
only. 334-522-3652.


C aS-Sm 334-693-9287 parts. .
Cubcadet '07 Utility Hyosung '07 GV650. cce s in ce
Vehicle. 20hp Cat $4,000. OBO. 334-790-; . n "
Diesel Engine. Camo, 2021 .. .Ti. I
Auto. great condi- .
tion. $8,500. KAWASAKI -'03 Vulcan n W ofsf
334-685-4218. 1500 Classic. Never laid
down, 19,000 miles, ex-
Harley'03 Fatboy,sil- cellent condition. Load-
ver/b ack, extras +, ed, $7,500. 334-702-7775
$13,500 080, 334-347- if no answer, leave A
5547. message. w AUTOuOn u
Kawasaki'*05 Mule, 2
arley'0120 ports- wheel drive, $5300 850- $S50 Police poundsd'
ter white, dynafmender, 209-4266 Buy Trucks SUV'S
Screaming Eagle pipes. For sigs
Excellent condition. For hsii ng5
6100 mi., $8,490 obo, 800 570 87 36 420
334-726-7815 L iI Audi '03 A6 power
." everything, new tires,
KAiwASAKI06 MU excellent condition,
KAWASAKI'06MUL 64,500 mi., $16,700 OBO.
.3010 4x4. Red, excel- 334-983-4446


HARLEY DAVIDSON
:04 Road King
Custom, Black, 1753,
Like new. $16,000
negotiable,
334-774-9215/
334-379-8163.


lent.ondition. Top
and Windshield
$6,900. .334-726-2168
Kawasaki '81
K275sLTD-H2.Needs
Work, good parts bike.
13671 mi., $700 opbo-.
cash. 334-393-1735
Kawaski '02 ZX12R
very good cond. adlut
'ridden, $5,500.334-983-:
1707.


BMW '06 325i silver,
premium package,
34K miles, 1 owner.
$20,900.334-714-3932


TRCAVE AERI MO H OTORCYCLEm/ H MOTORCYCLES/ AUTOMOBILE
UTO'MOBILiES
-TRAEL TRAPUM x ATVs 4TV`
Harley Davidson '05 Su- W,- 2-,
98 Coachman San- Damon Intruder 00' perglide, customized
tara, 35ft. 23,000 35 ft. Class A design- w/iots of chrome, mint 0
miles, 7KW er. V-10, 27,917K 2 cond.7500. mi. sacrifice
generator, 2 en- slides, 2 AC, 2 TV's, $14,900. 334-648-0348.
tries, ducted CH/A, side by side frig w/
hydraulic levelers, ice maker. New tires, Classifieds have what
rear leaves Towing pkg. $39,500. you are looking for.
rear queens, sleeps 334-690-4746. BMW 545105l, Blue,
6, lea her power :6'.-4r ... BMW '03 325XI, Blue,
captains chairs, 3 Kawasaki '06 ZX-10R, Sedan. 5-spd. 6-cyl.
basement model, Damon '96 Daybreak Black, Motorcycle. 320 AWD.51,500, Great
great shape, aI Clean, sips 6 Great miles, runs well, low ond. $15,000,610-
manuals, service cond. Comes w/2-wh miles, Great cond., 710-9987.
records, $32,000. car dolly. 334-792-0619 $7000, 334-687-8624. BMW 545105', Black,
50-7623865 Concord Cbachman '05 Kawaski '07 Mean 45K miles. Full Loaded,
Motor Home. 23' long Streak Special Edition. Excellent Condition. 25
2700mi, Take over pay- scrleyDamindEageIVOD, Under 500 miles. Extras mi. per gallon. $32,500.
27 0mi T50 S ay- Screaming Eagle VOD, included, $8,000. Call 334-797-0768
ments.850-593-5103 Red, 7K mi, warranty, 334-899-4247
28 ft. Allegro, well $18,000. Call 334-714- 3 -'
maintained, new tires, 5940. Mojo Motor Scooter '05; "
fully loaded, new paint, 258-1638 8
indoor kept. $12,500. 2
Call 334-792-8018 or Ranger '06 700 EFI
334-792-8827 4tCamo, excellent condi-
'95 Westport by Fleet- ,"-,'S L tion. $8200 080. 334-
wood, 34'2 slides, rear Harley Davidson 798-2181 BMW '90 525i 4DR
kitchen, hardwood '08 Road King. Road Star'01,1600, Loaded, 94K Green~with
foors, good condi tion, Crimson Rea, dressed out, 12K miles, Warranty $4,595 West
$11,500 687-2684, 334- 6-spd. 675 miles, $5900. 334-790-4360 Main Car Sales, 1862 W..
703-0125 excellent condi- Main St. 334-699-5880.
tion. warranty, Suzuki '02 GSXR600,
334-618-9828. Sport Bike. Too many Bonneville '05 GXP,
& 9s9; Four Winds Ciass access. to list Immacu- North Star V8 engine,
wC. C. J rn. A.C. move. m, late bike. Must see it! Metalic grey,50K
cow aoE. bridge. -jAI. $4750.334-805-0816 miles $18,500 850-
a& C.-i miles $18,500 850-
334 a 14"50. Suzuki '06 Boulevard 209-1087
4 800cc, 750 mi. Like
new, crash bar & Buick '00 Regal LS, 4
windshield $5,000. dr. w/consoe, auto,
S334-618-2542 cruise, tilt, pwr seat,
5hWelN a. etc. Orig owner, 102k
5th Wheel Newmar HARLEY DAVIDSON .,LO O K m$4990 ob 334-
'04 Kountry Star '95 Dyna Custom, 3 7 78 0 2
35ft. HOME AWAY k. WBlack/ Purple Flames L OuK 347-38 308k8en1
FROM HOME! Motorcycle. 5-spd. 2- Suzuk '07 Blvd, pearl Buck '93 owner, Park Ave, nue

"2 97 00 rMc n 0 r3 b- lad e be
99 tow car, $93,000, see to appreciate. luggage rack, engine
334-618-0717 H-D '02 Ultra Classic, guard. $5400.
Blue & Grey, Motorcy. 34-475-3551
cle. 15100, Loaded, low 0Suzuki'8 Hay'abusa,
2003 Keystone Cougar miles, veryclean, Like 1500 ml., like new,
5th wheel, Series 276 new. $13,000,334-701- $10,000. 334-714-9654
EFs. 28 ft.w / living 3258.
room slide. Great cond., VERUCCI '05 50CC 4'
$13000, 334-702-8267, HD '06 Heritage Softtail stroke, 120 MPG plus 45
leave a message. Classic White 5-spd., MPH, Sportster replica
1700 mi., excellent eon- $1,200 334-355-1339 be- Cadillac '00 Deville '
1995 Shasta Travel dition.$16,500. Call 334- fore 6 PM Perl, Auto. 8-cy.
Trailer, 22 ft., sleeps 4, 406-1999.Yamaha '02 tor 0 A A
$5500,334-794-2921 H H erl 1o0Yamaha0'02 Ra9400, ,il Power steer-
i ,3 l2921 0 H ritage Soft tai fully loaded with acces- D, u /F,
08' Amerilite Travel '09 PANTHER 10CC Classic,exc d.,3yr. son, ridiculously stereo, runs well,
Trailer 21Y ft. Fullyself ATV 4 stroke dish warranty $13,500. clean& fast $35P0 334- Gieatcond. $10,000,
contained, Usedonce, brakes throttle limiter 334684-0498 805-6816 850-482-4848.
Pd $13,400, asking $10k remote control start/
50579-2217 kill. $399 brand new in H200FXDX Yamaha 02' Zuma 4x4 2
the crate. 866-399-1138 Dyna Super Glide Scooter. 6400'mi.
MO R 2003 HD Road King Sport 6354 mi. 125mpg; Windshield,
HOMBS asking $9500.00 call 985. black all & lugagerack,excel.
'482-8221 origin exc cond con23 $1600. 850-352-
334-333-6202 4723
2005 BIG DOG Yamaha '07 V-Star
200 RIDGE BACK HONDA -'05 Rancher. 1100. $8000 OB low Cad illac '04 CTS in ex-
330 Rear Tire, Green, 2 WD excellent miles. 334-790-2021 cement condition .
New Carburetor, condition $2,800. o Yamaha '07 Wave 6 3,5000-

BIKE IS STILL NEWI im easy loaer. Immaculate don-


deg r ,f n qa 94 2 0 beles 2si,102iles. ......... tri e y0
, 3e5go -ran0Mle170 HONDA '06 R'9 e. trailer, like new, 26 edition. $24,500.850-,
035-Cg r5lvnnm, 4l-spd.2 h rs., $10K new- sell 592-277 3
slide, 35k mi., Alcoa2 i r59
$wheels, new tires, gen., You Name Itf 4 2or $5900 5 29-861- Cadillac '96 Fleetwood,
acks $33,500obou522- Classifiewd Has 2899 or 3 85'2798 Broutgham Edition, 22".
n3564 0oe IHO It 71- -.Yamaha 08 Grizzly 4x4 ms exc. cond., 78K
t '. M otdrcycl. Like nnd asking payoff of $6,506. C all(334) 379-5118
ilee lrdfot a Hn 230 m ele l 2 einw4 215mi f$629 ,00.



csOl iDc0 mITes $2R.34-9 334-lyn-30004ml s.$50y34-23430
t Must Pr 334-498-3918 Camary '94 LE
5 00 36 umter 4-4er Yamaha'08 V-Star All $700.!! RUNS GOOD!.
sHONDAw'06r 2 cher extras less then 2000 For listings call 800-
ass350 Es, green, 4-spd. 2 m. $10,000 334-693- 365-3177 xA04
cyl. 2 WD. 350 miles, 0059."
allfrn Bhimgs aer Out Like new. 4000., 334- Cars from $500' !
lander 400HO. 4 4., 791-0646 Yamaha 09 Zuma 125 Police Impounds fr
R-VISIOI$.'06 Trail-Lite atuQ .50 hours, 2500 Ib scooter, Brand New sale Listings
26t fUlly loaded low winch, tow bar, brush Honda '07 Rincon, 680 only 10 miles! 90 mpg, 800-570-8736 x'2802
mileage like new! In- guards, front& rear 4X4, 230 miles, 2 inch 64mph $2900.
clude's navigation sys- racks, loaded, $4500. liftl 28 inch ITP.tires, 334-701-4243.
tem. Reduced to 334-585-0160 .12 Inch ITP rims, warn rarar,4 %Z125. ?
$52,500 nBun334-616- Badboy buggy '06, 4 bu pran 4y ea$5 ar0 OBO. e er n sc,' rcut r '. f
.6508 to see! WD, wench, gunrack, runty. $5750 080. qrcat codiinr3.14
REDUCED $6500 FIRM. 334-498-, 334-685-2004 '" 726 3842
'03 Class A Monoco La 3032 Honda GL1800 '05 Gold-
Palma. 2 slides. 1-A2i2g. $1,00po .--
bath. Loaded! Incl. car 20,200mi, $15,000. plus
dolley & all furnishings matchingrbushtech Chi0, t ritr '(,3 rlr.-e
(dlishes towels LIetc) CiiNtr5aUileri7,000mi. $4,000. v.rT. -un LT .LUV f1..: AL&'


Dodge '07 Charger, 4 53000, Power brakes, &
door, black, $15,900. steering, CD, A/C,
334-232-1290 AM/FM, stereo, sun-
roof, warranty, Great
Ford'03 Mustang GT cond. $10,9905,793-5596.
Convertible, yellow, FIND
30,600 mi., clean, exc IT
cond., $12,995,334- FAST
248-6198,248-2984 IN THE CLASSIFIEDS
Hyundai'07, Sonata V-
Ford '03 Ranger. Dark 6, less then 20K miles
Green, great cond .'Immaculate condition
$4300. 334-493-2413 $19,995.334-677-5408


Ford '05 Mustang, V-6 .
premium edition, Fully
liaded.gr-.atri .za ,er
As,.ing paton $12.1I00.
334 69255

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a il


Hyundia'06 Sonata LX
leather, sunroof, V-6,
new? ;re Ou'er dr.
IaltEd ;eai.ni dr ( L .
Ua'u u' unLder warr
512900 334 445 10c;


Ford '06 Mustang GT, .
light blue, blackleather-
int., premium sound,
loaded, 5 sp., exc. cond. Infinifi '00 130 Loaded
23Kmi Reduced $15,900 143K Excellent With
Bank financing avail- Warranty, $6,295. West
able! Call 334-588 3400 Main Car Sales, 1862 W.
Main St. 334-699-5880.
.* ^Jeep '03 Wrangler,
red, full drive, 57K
miles, 6 inch sky jack-
er lift, with 31 inch
O -z AN tires. $12,500. 334-
S 750-4698
Auto. 6-cyl. 35,500 mi,
very clean, Great cond.
$12,100, 334-798-5753.
SFord '64:Thunder I
bird, 82K ml, 1 own-
er, $4000. Will trade.
334-632-8114. Kia'03 Rio Cinco
Wagon, automatic.
Ford 95' Mustang,Co- 73,600 miles 38 mpg+
nvertable $2500850- $3995.334-7190r7959
726-0256


MUST %,e!
GMC'06 Yukon
Denall, white,
SUV. Auto. 8-cyl.
AWD. appro ..
36.000. Loaded,
Power Drakes,
Power steering.
CD. A.'C. AM'FM.
nav..DVD player.
stereo. low miles,
mo.n rof,. leath.
er ,nt.. 70i-.ncn


8c, 2WO 18 00o0 Ifactory cr.rme
e,-icleA oundru,. whs. Like nw
Ljadea. CD. AC. Ssklng pay-off
AM FM. iireo n.r | only. 334.714-1916
i.rs,. leather inc. or after 5:30 pm.
vri, clean. 516,400 334-7744449.
Call 334-790-5685.
Honda '01 Accord XL
$1.300. All power, auto,
SC .1 rE P. ir WONT LAST.
.. .% FOR LISTilNu CALL
,- "] -. .3 *-i;; .A503
'Horna -03 Accord.u
Coupe. 'uitf.,t. lather
L; r,,il 14,000
Chevryole '03 lTanop
LT. SUV. Black, Auto:'
8-cyl. 2 WD.78,000,
excelent condtion.
Loaded, CD, AC,
AM/FM, stereo, new
tires, leather nt.
very clean, $16,400.
Cal 334-790-5685. m
Honda '03 Civic Coupe
Automatic, One Owner
Chevrolet'99 Lumina $78o0.120k miles.-West
2nid owner, excel. Main Car Sales W.M. St.
condo CD, pw locks & Dothan. 334-699-5880
windows, white, 89K
$3,200. obo, 677-3953 Honda '07 CivicCoupe
Touch screen GPS navl-
Chev '03 Z06 Corvette, gation system, DVD
Excellent cond. 35K mi, player, 26K mi., black,
$27,500.850-762-8399 $14,000 786-223-2278.


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PONTIAC '07 G6.GT,
Black, Cony. Auto. 6-cyl.
15,400, Loaded, leather.
Like new. $19,000,334-
886-2399.


stored- newly re-
built 6 cyl. 240 en-
gine (less than 80
ml.) with 3-speed
manual trans. in fir,
new paint & body
work, new tires &
rims, too much
newer stuff to list!
Looks & runs great
ONLY $5,5.00 NOW.
Serious inq. only!
334-791-6011
Thomas


PONtiAC 6 GTO judged
Rare Car, TO He3d up
r-'Supr-r Pr.j Bracet 'l at '3
Class NICE,bac H.ll Reoucvd-Sacr-,ce
$11 000 229-321 2092 Chevrolet'57 Bel-Air, 4
door, new eng. & paint,
T 'i. *75% refurbished. Many-
A .-' T .extras Taking bids
starting at $12,000.

HEAV TRUCKS/
Pontiac'71 Grand Prix H 01 TRAW TR rI
Project Car, needs mo- 20 ft.. triple axle car
tor/tranny $2,500 080 hauler w/ramps, elec.
334-687-0805, 695-6568 brakes $1950.334-648-
0348.
S53' Dry Van Trailers,
Good Condition, $5000.
SlMU & Up. 334-393-3559 or
3343393-7904
Ford '990350 V-10 super-
duty ext van. tow
pack., exc. cond. 78K
Saturn '07 Aura XR, m. $6,750.850-638-
9,800 ml., like new, 9771.PS,
white, thr, sunrof,ti all FREIGHTLINER01,
options, MUST SEE TO FDL120. Semi truck;
BELIEVE! $21,150ohs, 810,000 ml. good
334-522-3564 cond. $19K 080, 850-
Saturn '94 4-door, 352-4808
4 cyl., auto., air, PS,
PB, PW, cruise, tilt, -
stereo, good tires,
clean, 90,00.0 miles.


Dependable, $1500.
3_334-538-1747 S
Lexus ES 30001 Sadan,
niles.West Main Car- : GMC'02,1 Ton Box
Sales W. Main. Street Truck, 68k mi., 1 owner,
Dothan. 334-699-5880 auto/air, $9,500, good
Lincoln '99 Towncar,
pwr moonroof, leath-
er, AM/FM/6-cd, pwr
seats, Toyota'00 Camry
114K mi., Solara Convertible '.
$4,500.334-894-2021 $8995.128k miles. West
Mazda'02 Millennia, V6 Main Car Sales W.M.St.
loaded, leather, and- Dothan. 334-699-5880
sunroof. $6500 OBO.
334-701-1038 GMC'04 14ft w/6ft
Tommy Gate '04, Auto.
Mercedes '06 C-230, 4-cyl, 34,100, Power
white, loaded, leather steering, AM/FM, Great
sunroof. 63k miles cond. $15,999 obo, 850-
$16,200 080 334-798- '. 482-7390.
3352 Isuzu'99 NTR Diesel
Mercedes'06 CLS500, Toyota'02 Camry LE 20 ft. Box Truck. Wide
white, loaded w/ cus- Very Clean, 114k miles liftgate, AC, AM/FM,
tom rims, 32K mi, $8995.00 West Main Car exc. tires all around,
$55,000 334-685- Sales 1862 W.M. St new front brakes.
2584/334-794-6191. seri- Dothan. 334-699-5880 150K mi. Must sell
ous inquiries only !! Toyota '03 Corolla, sil- due to business cut
Mercedes '07 E350, ver, exc. cond. $7,000. back! $9000. 334-793-
white and tan, loaded Call 334-303-7396 or 3170 or 334-435-0298
with nay, seen by ap- 477-6433 Volvo '97 dump truck
psitment only. Ca I W-64, tri-axle, 16' body.
334.685-1070 -H ext. side, R swing barn'
MERCEDES-BENZ '82 door. $19,500. OBO334-
380SL, Blue, Convert- 685-2772; 334-671-7632
ible. Auto. 8-cyl. 95K, p .
Loaded, Great cond. PAR
$10,000,334-803-1024. -, ACCESBORIS
Mercury '04 Grand Toyota'09 Camry SE, 22"Rims for sale $800-
Marquis LS Limited whitep8k miles, per- $1000 850-693-4035.
Ed., burgundy, Ithr, fect condition, 21,500,
11,500 orig. mi, $11K 334-714-3755 Camper shell, one yr.
obo 334-792-3008 old. Fits F-150 '99,
Toyota'95 Corolla. Black, Like new. $600.
MITSUBISHI '98 DIA- Low mi., one owner, Call 334-347-2717.
MANTE, LOADED $2800. 334-494-1833. Dodge V8, 318 Engine
$3200. 334-655-7913 Volkswagen 05'Torgua- Motor & Transmission.
Mo. te Cari SS L.mtied regGray w/saddle rnte Running engine in SUV
Eai,,r, OC. er ii) ,T,p. rior, 40k miles, top of $600 each 00. 334-
h0 v Bla.: or, Dac : the line, sun roof, V8 333-5463
i.3dao'. eer1 ipiujre. optionVdual climate air, ',/ ton flat bed dump
92P. h*w i 5ii".', heated seats, automat- body, power take ff
3. ;. 35409 ic w/manual shiftsp- hydraulic, good condi-
NISSAN'00 ma, tion, steering whee tion. $1800 334-794-
n.NSed0an. Auti., controls, side curtain 5418
green. San. Auo. air bags,window
120AK mi. Loaded. shades for back seats, Pick-up
Great cond $5000. and rear air. $ 23,800 i C '
OBO. 334-701-4702. 334-701-8555/334-685- I TRUCIS ,
r;z.ri '.' 358L' T.uring 6233
pa .h 61Km, new ires VolksWagon'03Jetta Chevrolet'07Colo-
N abic emle.: blue GLS 1.8T 30mpg blk rado, V6, Maroon
$14 oO '060 334 97'- w/blk leather, sport Ext. cab,4 door & bed
0l81 or 33-a.69r.0361 wheels.t67, spre cover. 17,500 ml. Like
wheels. 67K, 5 speed new. $15,500.334-347
Nissan 04 Altima. PW $9,500.334-714-5433 -6396 or 334-806-5167
PL & PS, 99K mi. good.
cond, $8400 798-2747 Want tosell See what smalll
NISSAN 05 Ma ima, your automobile? See wabout!'sall
Burgandy Red. 37K. Place a Chevrolet '?7, C-10,
Loaded sunroof. Like Classified Ad 4wd, 400 ci eng good
new. S4rp. 6 15,500, Today! tires. $1,500.299-6227
ar Vd0V 2 Chevrolet '05 1500 LS, 1
E,..a 06 Ma ,ma SE Volvo 4' V70, 2.5 turbo owner Crew Cab, 67,500
Exc. cond. while, war- wagon, 73k miles, Auto mr. two tone paint, all
ranty. 29K1 m. $15.400 w/manual shift option, power, $14,500,
OBu 334-. 14 6616 dual air climate control, Call 334-792-2724
~NISSAN01 tsr- memory seats, CD/ca-
inq Roadter Corivert ssett player, gold w/tan Chevrolet97 Pickup,
;be Pearl e ler;or. leather,remamning 100k 6 cyl. with a/c. Runs
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