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Fountain woman dies in crash
A woman from the Fountain community
died and two others were seriously injured
in a Bay County traffic crash early
The woman killed was identified as 65-
year-old Patricia A. Bright, according to
Florida Highway Patrol reports.
Troopers say Bright was eastbound on
State Road 20 and crossing the intersec-
tion of U.S. Highway 231 when a south-
bound vehicle on U.S. 231 ran a red light
and struck the Ford Ranger she was driv-
ing. The Ranger flipped over and came to
rest on US 231.
Bright and her 36-year-old passenger,
Michael D. Griffin, were both taken to Bay
Medical Center. Bright was declared dead
there at 12:16 p.m. Tuesday afternoon.
Griffin was listed as having critical
The driver of the Ford Escape which hit
Bright's vehicle was identified as 63-year-
old Meridan F. Freeman. Freeman was
seriously injured in the crash and also
taken to Bay Medical Center for treatment.
The front of a third vehicle, a Dodge
Ram, was struck by a toolbox from the
Escape after the initial crash.
See CRASH, Page 3A l
Suspected ATV thief nabbed
A mini-bike and four ATVs stolen over the
past few weeks have been recovered and a
Graceville man has been charged, according
to a press release from the Jackson County
Sheriff's Office Tuesday.-
Jonathan Michael Dilmore, 35, is currently
charged with being a principal to attempted
grand theft and contributing to the delinquen-
cy of a minor.
Authorities also indicate that an unnamed
15-year-old from Chipley may be connected
with the thefts.
Authorities say. Dilmore admitted to an
attempted theft in Graceville and revealed his
involvement in another theft in Graceville.
According to the press release, he also con-
fessed to two thefts in Marianna and one in
More charges are pending against Gilmore
"for his involvement in other thefts in Jackson
See ATV, Page 3A >
Cottondale adds classes to prep for FCAT
BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER m.
FL,-i'.L".,~. STAFF WRITER
The school % eek won't be over
for some students when the last
bell rings Friday afternoon.'
At Cottondale Elementary
School, some third to tifth
graders are showing. up on
Saturday to take advantage of
sessions that prepare them to take. -
the Florida Comprehensie
Assessment Test. .
The lead teacher overseeing the
project, Brenda Jones. said the
school is doing its best to get over
an FCAT hurdle that has defeat-, --
ed them three years in a row., ,
Every Florida student is
expected to show at least some --
progress from year to year on the _
FCAT tests, which measure math," "
reading, science and writing... |
'. Al hou i CES had hit a sliiht- Cottondale Elementary School teacher Jenni Koeller works with students as they come up with polar
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ear-reate compansons uring a riding Ca
the program. Mark Skinner / Floridan A
BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
Southern writer Janis
Owens launches her latest
volume a week before
Cracker Kitchen is in fact
a cookbook, but it's not that
simple. Advance reviews
are glowing. '
From the moment a read-
See AUTHOR, Page 7A N,
Chipola College's 2009 Homecoming Queen Courtney
Corbin is crowned Saturday by outgoing queen Ashley
Duce. Mark Skinner / Floridan
County approves increased fee
BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
Jackson County Commissioners agreed'last week
Tuesday to pay Carr, Riggs and Ingram $93,500 a
year to conduct the annual audit of county books for
fiscal year 2007-08, which. concluded last
The audit includes the financial for all constitu-
tional officers, as well as the county government
The amount represents a $5,000 increase over the
previous year's contract between the county and the
In seeking the increase at the county commission
meeting, company representative Sara Applewhite
said it was necessary because of new regulations that
will increase the workload. The new statewide stan-
dards require auditors .to dig deeper into govern-
ments' internal financial controls, obtain a broader
reading of the entities they're working for, and pro-
duce more explicit documentation.
-The company had originally asked for $1,500
more than the final figure agreed upon, but offered a,
discount if the county would have its own financial
staff prepare one time-consuming report. .
County commissioners electedto take that option,
and staff was directed to prepare 'an annual financial
report of specially formatted statistical data.
The report, gleaned from the audit prepared by the
company, is one typically used for a variety of pur-
poses by state agencies who deal with all 67 coun-.
Jackson County isn't the only governmental enti-
ty to face an" increase in auditing fees this year.
Applewhite said that, while the impact on each
would vary, auditors estimate that auditing costs
would increase by 10 to 15 percent because of the
Jackson County's contract cost, compared to sur-
rounding counties, falls somewhere in the middle.
Washington County paid $107,595 last year to
Carr, Riggs and Ingram.
Calhoun County paid Carr, Riggs and Ingram
$79,500 in fiscal year 2007-08.
Gadsden County has budgeted $129,150 for audit-
ing services, and currently contracts with Law,
Redd, Crona, and Munroe out of Tallahassee.
Commissioners get their assignments
WMBB meteorologist Jessica Foster talks with Vicki Taylor's third
grade class at Riverside Elementary School/about hurricanes, tor-
nadoes and why seasons change, as part of their study of weath-
er conditions. Mark Skinner / Floridan .,
Mercury to drop again
BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER Florida. Temperatures will likely
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER drop into the 20s, according to
the National Weather Service,
Wrap the pipes and trickle' the and a hard freeze is expected.'
faucets at home tonight it The frigid blast that set in early
promises to be one of the coldest
nights of the season in north
See MERCURY, Page 3A >
Ever wonder which Jackson
County commissioner might be
best to talk to concerning a mat-
ter that's not specifically related
to their individual districts?
Board chairman Jeremy
Branch assigned the following
committees to each commis-
sioner last week. It may provide
Dr. Willie .Spires represents
the board on the Habilitative
Services of Florida board; the
Juvenile Justice Advisory
Board; the Healthy Start
Coalition; the Giaceville Area
Chamber of Commerce; and
Girls United,; sponsored by the
Zeta Phi Beta sorority and the
Department of Juvenile Justice.
He is also vice president of
the Association of United
Ed Crutchfield is chairman of
the Transportation for the
Disadvantaged committee, and
represents the commission on
the Retired Senior Volunteer
Program, the county insurance
committee, the Area Agency on
Aging,, the Tri-County
Community Council, the
Consortium, and the Northwest
'Florida Water Management
District's Land Management
Chuck Lockey represents the
county on the Florida
Association of Counties Trust,
the Jackson County Chamber of
Commerce, the JACKSUN
Committee, the Florida
Association of Counties Board
of Directors, and the Small
Lockey also represents the
county on agriculture-related
The newest board member,
Kenneth Stephens, was
assigned the Regional
Council, the Agriculture Center
Advisory Board, ICE, the
Relations Board, Apalachee
Regional Planning Council, and
the Tourist Development
He is a board alternate for the
Tri-Rivers Authority and
Transportation for the
Branch took on duties as the
county government's liaison on
the East Jackson County
Economic Council, the Small
County Coalition, the Chipola
Development Board, the Tri-
Rivers Waterway, the, Florida
Municipal Loan Council, and
he is vice chair of the Florida
Association of Counties Rural
Some of the appointments
were continuations of existing
roles, while a few were reas-
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February 4 Wednesday
The Northwest ,Florida Beef Conference
and Trade Show is in thel Agriculture
Conference Center, located at 2741
Pennsylvania Avenue, Marianna. Registration
and the Trade Show open at 8 a.m., with the
program beginning at 8:45 a.m. and conclud-
ing 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.
Southeastern Community Blood Center
Mobile Unit will be taking blobd donations
from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Chipola 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,
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
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 sup-
per/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
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
Ipss 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 Unitdd 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
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
networking 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
Representative Brad Drake, Senator Al
Lawson and Representative Marti Coley.
The format is an interactivdequestion-and-
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
Irntegras Therapy and Wellness Center are
participating in the "Go RED for Women"
Love Your Heart national campaign by
offering 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
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
February 7 Saturday
A Friends of Florida Caverns State Park
birding field trip begins at 9:30 a.m. Leader
Anna Layton will meet attendees at the Blue
Hole parking lot. Bring mosquito repellent
and. a picnic lunch. Binoculars, while not
required, would be helpful. Call.526-2484
Marianna's Gathering Place Foundation
dance: classes at Jim's Buffet and Grill are
Saturday at 1:30 p.m. for children up to
age 15, and at 2:30 p.m. for adults age 16
and up. Cost is $6 per person. Proceeds go
to charity. R.S.V.P. by calling 526-4561.
The Tri-City Pageant is at 6:30 p.m. in
the Sneads High School Auditorium. Call
592-9563 or 209-0641.
February 8 Sunday
Blue Springs Society Children of the
American Revolution meets at 1:30 p.m. at
Caverns Road Church of Christ, a block
north of the intersection of Jefferson and
Kelson in Marianna. The group will make
Valentine's cards for veterans, with prizes
given for the best in each age group. Contact
209-4066 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Marianna Police Department
listed the following incidents for
Feb. 2, the latest available report:
One drunk driver, one traffic acci-
dent, one suspicious
person, two burgla- : -i-_
ries, two distur- '
bances, one drug
case, one burglar C RIME
alarm, two larceny -
complaints, one sui-
cide threat, two noise complaints,
one assist of another agency, five
pubic service calls, one open
door/window discovered, two war-
rants served, and six traffic stops.
The Jackson County Sheriff's
Office listed the following' inci-
dents for Feb. 2, the latest available
report: One alarm, two animal com-
plaints,. two assists of another
agency, three civil disputes, one
criminal mischief, one dead person
(natural causes), one disturbance,
one drug investigation, one forgery,
one escort, one juvenile report,
three larceny complaints, two
escorts, one mentally ill person,
eight public service calls, two John Mears, 22, 860 St. Rose
threats, one traffic accident, six Road, Grand Ridge, violation of
traffic sthps, five transports, one state probation.
trespassing complaint, and two Bandon Zarfos, 22, 3311 NW
warrant arrests. 114th Ave., Coral Springs, hold for
JACKSON COUNTY Christina Couch, 40, 2698
CORRECTIONAL FACILITY McPherson St. (Apt. 2), Marianna,
The following people were hold for court, hold for Liberty Co.
booked into the county jail during
the latest reporting periods: JAIL POPULATION:222
Edward Gross, 53, 6111 Mellow
Trail, Marianna, hold for Bay Co. To report a crime, call
Jason Hayes, 26, 2031 Boren CrimeStoppers at 526-5000.
St., Marianna, violation of state pro- To report a wildlife violation, call
bation. 1-888-404-FWCC (3922).
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MHS wins county academic bowl Bridge
SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
The Marianna High
School Academic Bowl
team won the Jackson
County School System's
Academic Bowl held Jan.
27, beating out Sneads,
Malone and Graceville for
The win gives coach
Elizabeth Odom the posi-
tion as head coach of the
county team for the fourth
time in five years.
Anything but a blowout,-,'
the final score in the bowl
was 181-173 in favor of the
Bulldogs. Jackson County School Board members Charlotte Gardner and Betty Duffy join the Marianna High School
An unsuccessful chal- Academic Bowl team for a photo. The team took the top spot at the recent Jackson County School System
lenge by Sneads clinched Academic Bowl. Team members include team captain Dallin Kelson, Maria Anna Osiecka, Chase Taylor, coach
the win for Marianna. Elizabeth "Bunny" Odom, Alex Nowell, Austin Brockner and Virginia McDaniel. Contributed photo
Cottondale High School announces honor rolls
Cottondale High School
recently announced the
honor rolls f6r the second
A Honor Roll
Sixth grade Cameron
R. Braxton, Alexander J.
Lamb, Jakd T. Mayo and
Sue Ellen E. Mosier.
Seventh grade Victoria
N. Brown, Mary E. Raines
and Mercedes L. York.
Eighth grade Tasnim
Habiba, Cody W. Hamm,
Taylor A. McDaniel and
Roshani J. Patel.
Ninth grade Dustin R.
Baxley and William M.
10th grade Samantha
R. Ashmead, Paula A. Gary,
Darien R. Pollock, Darius R.
Pollock and Devin Thomas.
11th grade Yaritza
Figueroa, Alicia M. Godwin,
Dylan K. Mayo, Dylan K.
Paramore, Kieysa C. Paul,
Syrinna L. Pope and Brooke
12th grade -, Jessica A.
Haid and Lebreshia S. Tripp.
A/B Honor Roll
Sixth grade Kenneth
A. Athey, Desmond J.
Brown, Madison L. Broxton,
Joseph M. Conroy, Alisia M.
Davis, .Breanna J. Harrell,
Sage A. Hutto, Maggie E.
Judy, Kayla L. Lathan,
Deantre' M. Lee, Destiny S.
Lovett, Madison L.
McDaniel, Cameron J.
McKinney, Connor S.
Melvin, Shivam J. Patel,
Darlene N. Quiala, Kenneth
W. Spooner, Monica A.
Tharp, Carly E. Wester and
Ashley N. Winskey.
Seventh grade -
Matthew L. Clements, Kylee
B. Crose, Francis M.
Dilmore, Sierra P.
Dominguez, Samantha M.
Maloy, Caitlin E. Melvin,
Michael C. Mullaney,
Kourtnie M. Richardson,
Brooke M. Shores, Wendy
M. Singleton, Danny T. Tate,
Jessica L. Wilkinson and
Desperado L. York.
Eighth grade Haley A.
Boggs, Maggie A. Braxton,
Jasymn C. Broxton, Karlena
S, Daniels, Elizabeth L.
Festa, Elijawaun C. Jackson,
Alyssa C. Long, Drake K..
Mayo, Kitaria M. Minella,
Rya S. Morrissey, Austin C.
Nix, Taajwar J. Pope,
Yazmine A. Quiala, Kristian
FCAT Continued From Page 1A
ly lower mark 95 percent session will be devoted to
of students showed progress writing before students set
for the past three years it's pen to paper on the test.
still not enough to meet the After that, the students
state's standard. will get a mini-break from
Jones and 11 other teach- the weekend studies, but will
ers have signed on for extra, be back at it Feb. 21, getting
grant-paid duties in an ready for the March 10 read-
-attempt to make it happen ing section of he test for
this year. third to fifth graders.
She said Tuesday the Feb. 28 will be devoted to
weekend sessions are a lot math, in preparation for a
more relaxed than a typical March 9 test.
school day. There's music March 7 will focus on sci-
and more, and transportation ence, in preparation for that
is provided back and forth to test on April 4.
school for the 9 to 11 a.m. April 11 will be a big
sessions. Saturday for kindergartners
Participating teachers through second graders,
dress as chefs, and their les- when they get ready for the
son plans loosely follow a Stanford 10, an assessment
"cafe" theme geared to the tool which puts all their basic
particular subject they're academic skills to the test, in
tackling on a given day. the week of April 13.
On their first Saturday in Jones said she has high
the program, fourth graders hopes that the Saturday
worked on writing skills school days will help her
they will take that test next school surmount this barri-
Tuesday. One more Saturday cade at last.
Mercury Continued From Page 1A
this week will continue
Thursday night as well,
with another hard freeze
anticipated, according to
weather advisories issued
With all this cold weath-
er, WMBB News 13 mete-
orologist Jessica Foster had
a lot to talk about when she
dropped by to visit some
third-graders at Riverside
For example, she
explained why tempera-
tures plummet in the winter
- the earth's axis tilts it
away from direct sunlight.
She also spent time talk-
ing about the more exciting
kinds of weather, like tor-
nados, hurricanes and how.
to prepare and stay safe in
the midst of dangerous con-
Foster ran down the pro-
cedures for becoming a
meteorologist, and said
there seemed to be some
interest in the career. She
said her audience was
attentive and appreciative.
"It was great," she said.
"The kids were very excit-
ed, and I got to sign some
autographs. I got a bunch of
hugs, too, which is always
fun. I love going in and
talking to kids. They're just
amazed and enthusiastic
about the weather."
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J. Sullivan, Sheldon J. Vann,
Jacquez K. Walker and
Khadejah A. Ward.
Ninth grade Caleb M.
Abbott, Ciara J. Baxley,
Chandler N. Braxton, Valerie
R. D'Ambrosio, Sharice M.
Forward, Brandon D.
Franklin, Katelynn E. Lewis,
William A. Melvin, Anna J.
Perkins, Lawrence L. Raines
and Kristen M. Reynolds.
10th grade Michelle B.
Bassin, Kaitlyn L. Baxley,
Chelsea R. Caudill, Lakeshia
D. Cobb, Randhal S. Collins,
Dylan M. Davidson, Charles
J. Fussell and Ali Zaker.
11th grade Samantha
J. Brainerd, Katie E.
Braxton, Christopher D.
Clemmons, Jerhron C.
Clemmons, Horace C. Gay,
Ashalea D. Gray, Santana A.
Hamm, Cameron D.
Harmon, Marcus D.
Humose, Tessa R. Jurgonski,
Shelby F. Morris, Khadijah
D. Ross, Kaylie J. Scott and
Nicholas A. Zolnoor.
12th grade Jacob M.
Abbott, Jeremy, M.
Anderson, Samuel B. Bassin,
Jeffery C. Baxley, Lonnie A.
Baxter, Deandra L. Davis,
Debowanna Davis, Equallia
S. Dickens, Danny R.
Dumas, Shaunte R. Forward,
Jesse J.. Freeman, Joshua C.
Gainer, William' M. Hall,
Nan Jiang, Deona G. Jones,
Ashley K. Masterson, Olivia
N. Mosier, Karlie F. Neff,
Selentia J. Pittman, Megan
R. Scott, Brandon L. Slesser,
Quantina C. Speights, Jamie
L. Vickery, Kristina B.
White, Lesley A. White and
Jared B. Whitehead.
SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
Marianna Duplicate Club
plays bridge on Monday after-
noons in the St. Luke's
Episcopal Church Parish Hall.
For the week of Jan. 26:
First place Betty
Brendemuehl of Marianna, and
Katrina LaBlanc of
Second place Douglas
Parker of Marianna, and Kurt
Opferman of Dellwood.
Third place Amy Lou
Rhyne and Jane Sangaree, both
Fourth place Lois
Stanwaity of Newton, Ala., and
Bill Martin of Donaldsonville
For the week of Feb. 2:
First place Amy Lou
Rhyne and Jane Sangaree, both
Second place -- Lois
Stanwaity of Newton, Ala., and
Bill Martin of Donaldsonville.
Third 'place Dorothy
Baxter and Dru Brown, both of
Fourth place Sarah Lewis
of Dothan, Ala., and Ida Deal
Knowles of Headland, Ala.
Fifth place Lib McRae and
Irene Minchew, of Marianna.
Crash Continued From Page 1A
The driver of the Dodge,
68-year-old Panama City
resident Doyle Harbuck,
was not injured.
All parties except
Harbuck are from Fountain.
According to the report,
alcohol was not a factor in
the crash. Freeman was
wearing a seatbelt prior to
the crash, while Bright and
Griffin were not, according
' Charges may be pending
in the case, according to the
ATV Continued From Page 1A
County," according .to the
Dilmore helped investiga-
tors find one of the 4-
wheelers, stolen from. a
location near the U.S.
Highway 90-New Hope
Road intersection in the
Marianna area, and a mini-
bike which had been stolen
The rash of thefts began
in January. Deputies
responded Jan. 30 to an
ATV theft off Benchoff
Road in Graceville.
The next day, investiga-
tors from the Graceville"
Police Department and the
JCSO discovered three
abandoned 4-wheelers in a
wooded area at the end of
7th Avenue in Graceville,
according to the press
release. They secured the
vehicles, initially unsure as
to whether they had been
But deputies were suspi-
cious because "there were
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er peels back the cover, it's
apparent that Owens has
crafted something more
than a collection of 150
recipes that any self-
respecting "cracker" needs
to know. The recipes come
with little gems of advice
that fully embrace and
acknowledge the complex
nature of the Florida
cracker, as Owens depicts
The first clues that
something extra is on the
menu appear in the largely
by fellow southerner Pat
Conroy (Prince of Tides,
Conrack-The Water is
Wide, My Losing Season,
The Great Santini, The
Lords of Discipline). In it,
Conroy credits Owens'
earlier trilogy (My Brother
Michael, Myra Sims, The
Schooling of Claybird
Catts) and her current
book with awakening in
him a need to accept and
explore his own long-
And Owens begins with
a foreword that makes one
forget at times that a cook-
book is coming behind it.
Like a good story before
supper, it casts a spell as it
traces the roots. of the,
i According to the author,
it runs in a meandering
vein from. Northwest to
Central Florida. .Owens.
has "spent considerable
time in both, and started
life in Marianna. .
Most of her Jackson
County relatives come
from 'what is commonly.
known as the "Magnolia
Hill" neighborhood north
of Lafayette Street, near
the First Assembly of God
Church. She draws heavily
on her memories of that
place -to bring structure
and stories to' her cook-
Almost all the childhood
pictures included in
Cracker Kitchen were
taken locally, one more
reason for Jackson County
readers to snap up a copy
when it hits the book-
Although the official
debut is set for Feb. 10,
eager readers can get a
copy in advance this'
Saturday if they're willing
to take a short road trip to
On Feb. 7, Owens will
be speaking at BooksAlive
on the Gulf Coast
Community College cam-
pus at 10 a.m., and, at 3
p.m., on a panel with
Cassandra King (Pat
Conroy's wife) and
Michael Morris. She'll be
signing and selling. cook-
books ($25) all day,. and'
the event is free.
Some friends from
Marianna are going,
including Lydia and Ernie
. Lydia Padgett said they
met Owens about four
years ago in Sarasota,
when her husband was the
Manatee County adminis-
S'"Ernie and I are both
avid.readers, and we were,
just browsing in a book-
,store .one evening when I
heard some talking in the
back of the store. I knew a
discussion group was in
process, so I paid a little
.more attention," Lydia:
explained. "I said to my
husband, 'Listen, she
sounds like us!' That was
unusual. Down there,
there's a lot of northern
and .European influences,
so it wasn't common to
hear a Southern accent.
". So. we walked back,
Owens in her own I've been doing for years. A couple
were my best friend's she is given
words credit where credit is due and a
X%\\ were suggested by kin and
Other than for purposes related /friends. I occasionally did research
to the book, have you ever person-;I on recipes to make sure my meas-
ally fried cooter, baked'armadio urements were in the ballpark. Nlyi
or stewed squirrel? Yes to squirel. mother has never cooked with a
no to armadillo and cooter for Tea- recipe and formulating some of them
sons mentioned in the wild g-me was a little trying. But I've been
section: 1 find it hard to eat animals I cooking all my life and I knew
find attractive. Same goes for rabbit, where to look-
Wild game .- both popular and
peculiar are part of cracker ter- Did you hesitate to follow your
irage, and a cpokbook without tOem trilogy with a 'cookbook, since
wouldn't be complete. I did leave sometimes such a thing is not con-
out raccoon, which crackers also ate. Aidered literature? No. The cook-
Did you ever deny your cracker
heritage? Never. Not for a second. 1
grew up in a family where heritage
was even thing. I'm just hard-head-
ed that way.
Did you do much research on
the recipes, or was it all in your
head from childhood? About 70
percent was in my head recipes
and there was Janis talking
about her book, The
Schooling of Claybird
Catts. When she men-
tioned a house in
Marianna, the Ely-Criglar
House, I couldn't believe
it. Oddly enough,. Ernie
and I were considering
buying it at the time."
After that, the Padgetts
were rooted to.the spot.
"We hung around and
after she .was through we
had quite a .lengthy visit
with Janis," Padgett con-
tinued. "We found out that
we knew quite a few of the
same people. Janis had an
uncle who ran the road and
bridge department -
Captain Hill way back
when Ernie was the
administrator in Jackson
County," she said. "When
you start to talk with her,
book just emerged very quickly and
I sold it quickly and, to my mind,
I'm. just a storyteller. If I'm writing
novels, I'm telling stories one way,
and if I'm writing a cookbook mem-
oir, I'm telling stories another way.
When I speak. I tell them yet anoth-
er \xay. But it's all basically story-
telling and a fine art.'
Can you confirm the rumor that
you realize that she's just
delightful. She's such .an
'dowhn-to-earth person, we
. just connected immediate-
ly. I love her writing; it's
like she is down-to-
earth and real."
That down-to-earth tone
is evident in-many of the
instructions that accompa-
ny the recipes: In' one,
Owens advises cooks to
"jab the roast five times
with a knife." In another,
she tells them "put all the
ingredients in a large bowl
Sand squash together with
your hands." In another,
she tells them that if they
the fail to make a success-
ful gravy, to try again later
and in the meantime to
simply tell guests that
they "rernt" the gravy and
go on about their business.
Pat Conroy was a prototype for
Gabe Catts, a major character in
your previous work? Funn\ you
should ask. as both of m\ buddies.
Doug Marlene twriter/political car-
toonist who was killed in a car % reck
last summer and Pat Iwho %\as his
best friend could have been proto-
types for Gabe. It had occurred to
me \hen Doug was getting an alum
award at FSU that between him and
Pat, the\ hit all the marks: the color-
ful cracker mothers. FSU connec-
tion, gift for provocation and gener-
al Southern male angst and torment.
not to mention certifiably insane
sense of humor. We decided it %as a
clear case of precognition. as I didn't
meet my idlustrious writer-brothers
till after I wrote My Broithr
Michael. It's still an inside joke. If
Pat calls and I'm not home, he'll
leave a message on my phone for
Myra (the tide character in book t\xo
of the trilogy i. And as far as I know.
the trade paperback of MBM is the
only book on Earth that has blurbs
from both of them.
The book paints a vivid,
undeniable portrait of the
cracker lifestyle, down to
the children, known, as
"crackerlings." For those
crackers who live and
accept their heritage, it is
homage. For those in
denial or who struggle
with it, be warned in,its
pages you may face a mir-.
ror you cannot turn away
The cookbook is
arranged in sections devot-
ed to meals for big events
on the cracker calendar -
'baby showers, Easter, etc.
- and the notes accompa-
nying the recipes are story'
nuggets in themselves.
Even if you don't have a
hankering for baked
armadillo or stewed squir-
rel, it would be a mistake.
to pass those recipes over.
Treasures from cracker
culture, at its best and less
than best, are cheerfully
embedded on every page.
Refreshingly, the work
is devoid of that annoying,
winking tone all too often
found in material by less
You. know the ones -
those who poke gentle fun
at the culture and expect
no one to notice the stink.
It's a fine line Owens
walks, but perhaps
because the author so
clearly loves and'respects
her heritage in the Cracker
Nation, she walks it
straight and narrow.
Cracker Kitchen is a
playful, informative, hon-
est volume, and may be
destined for a place in
classic Southern litera-
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Clifford A. Still
Sherburne, 46, succumbed
to cancer Jan., 25, 2009, idn
Survivors include par-
ents, Capt. Douglas M.
Sherburne and Jane .B.
Sherburne, twin brother
Susan Bockman and
Kristen Dolson, husband
Abdelouahed Taibi, daugh-
ter Leila Maryam Taibi ,
aunt Mariah Peckham
Eldridge, cousins Rosanne
Donald Ross Caughran,
and Cathy Caughran
Hamm, stepmother Janice
Sherburne and a host of
On Sept. 15, 1962, she
and her twin brother were
born at Bethesda Naval
Hospital in Bethesda, Md.
Living for a short time as
an infant in Arlington, Va.,
until her father's Naval
duties carried the family
She attended school in
Marianna from second
grade through her 1980
graduation from .Marianna
High School, where she
played clarinet in the band.
While living in
Marianna, she was a mem-
ber of the St. Luke's
Episcopal Church. She
entered the Navy in '1983
T and served as an aerogra-
pher at many foreign bases,
Iceland, Guam, Greece and
Italy.'During her career, she'
was awarded many military
After retirement in 2003,
she lived in Tallahassee
until undergoing cancer
treatments in Orlando and
The burial service was
Jan. 27 in Tampa, and in
recognition of her service
to her country, she received
a full military honor guard
consisting of rifle salute
appropriate- to. her rank,
taps and flag presentation.
She bravely chose path-
ways of her own, and her
loving spirit will be held
dear by those she knew.
Memorial donations may
be sent to the Moffit
Cancer Center Foundation
LifePath Hospice of Tampa
( 8 1 3 8 7 7 2 2 00,
3960 Lafayette St
Marianna, FL 32446
Buford Fowler, 72, of
Grand Ridge passed away
on Sunday, Feb. 1, 2009, at
his residence. He was a
lifetime 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-
He was preceded in
death by his parents,
Houston and Roxie
Crutchfield Fowler; broth-
er, Robert Fowler;. sister,
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;
Miles of Graceville; 15
grandchildren; 16 great-
grandchildren; and special
friend, Dr. Daniel
Services for Mr. Fowler
will be at 2 p.m.
Wednesday, Feb. 4, in the
Cypress Grove Assembly
of God Church, with the
Rev. Harry Lawrence, the
Rev. William Walker and
the Rev. Jerome Lewis offi-
ciating. Interment will fol-
low in Dykes Cemetery.
The family will receive
friends from 6 to 8 p.m.
Tuesday, Feb. 3, in the
Marianna Chapel Funeral
Asked to serve as pall
bearers are Justin
McDowell, Shon Cloud,
Garrett Dunhani, Shane
Cloud, Tayler Dunham,
Jason Milsapp, Mike
Meadows, and Benji
The family would like to
give a special thank-you to
Funeral Home is in charge
Expressions of sympathy
may be submitted online.at,
James & Sikes Funeral
Home Maddox Chapel
4278 Lafayette St.
Marianna, FL 32446
Lonnie King, 68, of
Marianna died Monday,
Feb. 2, 2009, at Jackson
The Rev. King was
Southern Baptist by faith
and a member of the
Providence Baptist Church.
He graduated from Baptist
Bible Institute in 1969.
The loves of his life were
his children, grandchildren
and serving the Lord. He
ministered and pastored
churches for over 30 years.
He was preceded in
death by his parents,
Lonnie L and Vida Tindale
King; one brother, Jim
King; and one granddaugh-
ter, Arianna King.
Survivors include his
wife, Sharon King of
Marianna; one son, Lance
'King and wife Ashley of
Wiesbaden, Germany; two
daughters, Melissa Roedel
and husband Andrew of
Marianna, Carolyn LaFond
and husband Edward of
Jacksonville; 'one sister,
Laura Faye Hames and
husband Butch of Lithia
Springs, Ga.; one sister-in-
law, Mary King of Silver
Point, Tenn.; and five
The funeral service will
be at 11 a.m. Thursday,
Feb. 5, at the Providence
Baptist Church with the
Rev. Dallas Ellis, Dr. Steve
Canada and the Rev.
Richard Safford officiating.
Interment will follow at
Gardens, with James and
Sikes Funeral Home-
SMaddox Chapel directing.
The family will receive
friends Thursday, from 10
a.m. to funeral time, at the
Providence Baptist Church.
Williams Funeral Home
5283 Brown Street
Graceville, FL 32440
William Remus Budd
Mr. William Remus
Budd, 64, of Cottondale
passed away on Feb. 1,
2009, at his home, after an
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 Chib. 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
Mr. Budd was preceded
in death by his parents,
James Harrison Budd and
Mary Louise Simpson
Mr. Budd is survived by
his wife, Violet Budd of
Cottondale; son, William
Colt Budd of Spring Hill;
daughter, Pamela Marie
Budd of Venice; daughter,
Debbie 'Marie Folsom of
West Chapel; daughter,
Melisa Johnson, of
James Aaron Budd of Lake
Placid; three sisters,
Jeanette Massey of Bailey,
Miss., Sarah Fortner of
Graceville, and Patricia
Conway of New Bern,
N.C.; 10 grandchildren;
one great-grandchild; 'and
several nieces and
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-
The family will receive
friends from 6 to 8 p.m.
Tuesday, Feb. 3, at
Williams Funeral Home of
Graceville. The family will
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BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR .
With seven seniors and the core group
from a playoff team returning, the
Cottondale Lady Hornets haVe their sights
set on a big run in 2009.
Cottondale finished 15-9 in 2008 and
won a playoff game before being eliminat-
ed by Sneads in the regional semifinals, j '.
The Lady Hornets return some heavy
hitters from that team, including Liz
Krauser, Selentia Pittman and Shanae
Dickens. Key contributors Chelsie
Caudill, Michelle Bassin, Deb Davis,
Deandra Davis and Bree Tripp are also
First-year coach Laura Holman, who
also coaches the Lady Hornets' basketball
team, said her players were setting lofty
goals for this season.
"The goal is to win district and make it
further into the playoffs," she said. "That's
pretty much where we've set tlie'bar. The
girls seem pretty excited about this sea-
Cottondale finished runner-up in district
last season behind Sneads.
With their combination of talent, experi-
ence and maturity, the Lady Hornets have
a good shot to make their dreams of a dis-
trict title a reality.
"We've got seven seniors, so we're
expecting a lot of leadership and maturity
on the field," Holman said. "It's like with
what I've experienced in basketball. It's a
great experience. comingin here and hav-
ing so much experience to work with.
"It means not having to do so much
teaching in practice, but spending more
time on little details of the game. It makes,
it a lot easier on the coach."
The experience and continuity comes in
especially handy for Holman, who is hav-
ing to split time with the softball team and
the CHS basketball team, which still has
the district tournament and playoffs left to
"My seniors do a lot of coaching them-
selves," Holman said. "They've played
together so long that they can almost
coach themselves. I hear them at practice.
Cottondale softball player Selentia Pittman throws the ball during a recent practice in Cottondale. The Lady Hornets open the
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each other, and at the plate for Cottondale.
"'They all know who can do what and Holman said Krauser and Dickens were
what's. expected of them and what it takes the'most vocal leaders on the team.
to win in this district." "We're expecting some pretty great
*Leading the charge for the Lady Hornets things out of (Krauser) this season," the
coach said. Liz and Shanae are pretty
vocal, but Selentia is more of an action-
type leader. It's good to have some variety
See LADY HORNETS, Page 2B >
Malone tops SHS in double OT
Sneads' Terrance Green (21) puts up a shot
while Malone's LaDarius McElroy tries to contest
from behind during Monday's game in Sneads.
The Pirates won the game 70-65 in double over-
time. Mark Skinner/Floridan,
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FLORIDAN SPOP.T EDIrronR
The Malone Tigers have won six straight games
and eight of their last nine.
' That hasn't stopped them from giving their
After winning three games in a row by one point
each last week, the Tigers started this week with a
double-overtime road win at Sneads Monday
"These guys are killing me," Malone coach
Steven Welch joked about his team, which seems
to be a magnet for high drama. "We're on a pretty
good streak here.
"I'm pleased with the way we're just fighting
right now. We're getting in some tough situations.
Some of it we're doing to ourselves and some of it
is just playing good teams. But we're responding,
which is what-I'm liking. We're learning how to
handle all these.close games."
' Malone led by four, in the final minute of regu-
lation before Sneads rallied with four quick points
to tie the game at 47-47 and send it into overtime.
The teams remained tied at 54-54 at the end of
the first overtime. The Pirates took an early three-
point lead in the second extra session.
However, Malone would prevail due to some
good free throw shooting, with TJ Smith making
6-of-8 from the charity stripe in the second OT.
Smith finished with 22 points to lead Malone,
with Jean Littles adding 16 points and 12 rebounds
and LaDarius McElroy scoring 14.
Justin Neel led Sneads with 18 points, with
Kendal Clayton adding 13 and Sherrick Williams
"We just made a few plays at the end,'"Welch
said. "We got' a couple stops, a few steals and
made some free throws."
Smith, McElr6y and Littles played all 40 min-
utes of the game for Malone.
Sneads won the first matchup between the teams
in Malone, also in overtime.
"We definitely wanted to get them this time,"
See MALONE, Page 2B >
Lady Indians look to bounce back after home loss
BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR
The No. 6 Chipola Lady,
Indians will look to get back on
track tonight in Pensacola after
suffering a disappointing home
loss in their last game.
Chipola, playing without four
of its most important players,
lost to Northwest Florida State
66-62 Saturday night at home.
This dropped the Lady Indians
back even with Gulf Coast, with
two losses in the Panhandle
The Lady Indians were with-
out leading scorer Latoya,
Williams, starting point guard
Ashlie Billingslea, starting small
forward Sequoya Griffin and
key reserve Georgian Williams
due to what coach David Lane
termed "a team rule violation."
Lane said that, as of Tuesday,
he anticipated his team being at
full strength for today's game.
"If we're going to win
this conference, we're
going to have to get on
- the road and get a
The Lady Indians will likely
need to be at full strength if
they're to beat the Lady Pirates
on the road.
In the teams' first meeting Jan.
17 in Marianna, Chipola needed
a buzzer-beating 3-pointer by
Billingslea to take a 50-47 win
It was a game with a great fin-
ish, though Lane said he wasn't
quite as happy with the game's,
previous 40 minutes.
"It wasn't pretty, obviously,"'
the coach said. "You go into
overtime and you still barely
score 50 points. It was not a
great game offensively for us,
but defensively, to hold a team to
47 is pretty good as well."
The two teams combined in
that game for 63 turnovers.
"We probably set women's
basketball back a couple years
with that one," Lane joked.
The Chipola coach said he
hoped for a similar effort defen-
sively tonight, but a much differ-
ent performance on the other
"It's -just a matter of us doing
what we need to do better offen-
sively, going out and executing
that," Lane said.
"But you look at the nature of
the two teams. With their height
and length and our defensive
quickness, those two things will
See LOSS, Page 2B >
Chipola goes for 23rd
straight win against PJC
Chipola's Gary Flowers, left, dribbles by a Northwest Florida State
)defender during Saturday night's game in Marianna. -Mark
BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR
The top-ranked Chipola
Indians will go for their 23rd
straight victory tonight in
Pensacola against the PJC
Chipola (23-1, 7-0) leads the
Panhandle Conference by three
games over second-place Gulf
Coast: The Indians are close to
wrapping up a sixth consecutive
However, after coming off of a
difficult 78-71 win over
Northwest Florida State, Indians
coach Greg Heidr said it's impor-
tant his team raises its level of
"It's really a big game for us,"
the coach said. "After watching
Saturday night's game, we really
didn't play with the energy level
it takes to be a championship
team in this state. We need to
bounce back on the road.
"With PJC, we'll get their best
game because they have to win to
stay in the race."
At 2-5 in league play, a loss
would virtually eliminate the
Pirates from contention for the
Chipola defeated PJC 84-54 on
Jan. 17 in Marianna.
The Indians weren't nearly as
sharp Saturday night at home,
trailing NWF St. late in the game
before coming back to win.
However, Chipola has had a
knack for following sketchy per-
formances with dominant ones
"Our goal is to win
every game we play, so
the streak will take care
of itself as long as we
do what we need to do
to win and play
during this season.
"We have bounced back so far
this year in those situations,"
Heiar said. "The challenge for us
is just to play better as a team for
a longer period of time than we
did on Saturday.
"We were really good in the
halfcourt offense, we just didn't
have enough energy on defensive
end of the court. We did a poor
job of contesting shots and
rebounding the basketball. Those
are things we have to be better at.
When we do those things, we're a
really, really good team."
The Indians are two wins away
from tying the school-record with
24 consecutive victories.
However, Heiar said that the
team's winning streak has not
been a topic of discussion.
"We have not talked about the
streak all," the coach said. "We
just take it one day at a time and
See CHIPOLA, Page 2B >
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Department would like
to remind everyone that
registration for youth
ages 5 to 15 will be Feb.
9-27 from 8 a.m. to 4
p.m. at the MERE locat-
ed at 3625 Caverns Rd.
The registration fee for
T-Ball and machine pitch
will be $30 for residents
and $45 for those outside
city limits. For Dixie
Youth and "0" Zone,
fees will be $35 for resi-
dents and $52.50 for oth-
For Dixie Boys, the
fees will be $40 and $60.
Softball fees for all
leagues will be $35 for
residents arid $52.50 for
The fee must be paid
with check or money
order. No cash will. be
No one will be allowed
to register after Feb. 27.
Registration forms may
also be dropped off. At
City Hall. All partici-
pants must bring a copy
of birth certificate.
For more information,
Alumni Youth Camp
The 2009 Chipola
Baseball Alumni Youth
Camp will take place
Feb. 7 at the Chipola
College Softball Field
from 10-11:30 a.m.
Registration is the'
morning of camp and
.costs $50. Expected
instructors include cur-
rent ,MLB Players:
Russell Martin, Jeff
Mathis, Adam Loewen,
Jose Bautista, Mat
Gamel. Current MiLB
Players, Cole Armstrong,
Tyler Flowers, Steve
Clevenger, Rene Tosoni,
Alan Horne, Jaye
Chapman.. Also Former
Chipola stars, Charlie
Dees, Blake: Balkcom,
Jake Mathis, Jonathan
Swearingen, and many
Big Bend Adult
Efforts continue in the:
de elopment of the Big
Bend semi-pro Baseball
League in the Big Bend
area of North Florida:
SThe proposed league
consists of two divisions
(eastern arid western)
covering six counties.
Teams are being devel-
qped along count) loca-
tions. The next league-
wide meeting is sched-
uled for Feb. 14 at fO
a.m. Eastern Standard
Time at the Apalachee
Restaurant in Bristol on
Highway 20 West.
For further 'iiforma-
,tion, contact Harold
Bailey at 229-662-2066
Applications are. now
being evaluated for the
Camp. The camp is by
invitation only for boys
and girls aged 10-19.
include Michael Jordan,
Tim Duncan, Vince
Carter, Jerry Stackhouse,
Grant Hill and Antawn
Jaminuson. Players from 50
states and 11 foreign
countries attended the
2008 camp. College bas-
ketball scholarships are
possible for players
selected to the All-
There is also a summer
camp available for boys
and girls aged 9-18 of all
skill levels. For a free
brochure on these camps,
please call 704-373-0873
anytime, or visit
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Friday nights at 6 p.m., at
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Welch said. "It's a county game and it's always
tough to play in Sneads.
"They're good. They're physical and their bigs
are good. It was a good win against a quality team
on the road in adverse conditions. It shows some
signs of coming together."
It was the second straight home loss for the
Pirates, who fell to Blountstown last week in
However, Pirates coach Kelvin Johnson said his
team played well enough to win Monday'night.
"It was good game. That game just picked up
where the last one left off in Malone," the coach
said. "I thought both teams played pretty well.
Malone is playing well right now. They've got a
"My boys got after it, though. They did what it
took to get back into the game. They played hard
and played well. My boys gave me all they had and
then some: I was proud of them. I have no com-
The Pirates were hurt by Williams fouling out in
the first overtime, although Clayton helped keep
Sneads alive in the fourth quarter and two over-
times, where he scored 12 of his 13 points.
"I thought Kendal Clayton had his best game of
the year," Johnson said. "I saw some good things
out of him that we've been looking for all year. He
was real aggressive and got to the basket.
"Maybe this will help him with district coming
up. We need him to be successful."
Johnson, whose team plays again Friday at home
against Vernon,. said he would give the Pirates a
day off due to the physical toll of Monday night's
"I'm glad we don't have a game today, because
last night it took a lot out of us mentally and emo-
tionally," the coach said. "Everybody in the gym
was tired. I was tired and I didn't play a minute. It
was just a good high school basketball game.
You'd like to win those types of games, but some-
times you don't."
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"With those three ,being so focused on emphasis on that.
winning, it should be a very successful "On defense, I think we'll be pretty solid,
year." but our success .will bank on how well hit
Krauser will again be the ace of the pitch- the ball as a team."
ing staff, with Dickens and Caudill adding One thing Holman said she's not at all
help in the circle., concerned about is the team's chemistry.
With pitching set to be a strength, Holman "These kids get along great," she said.
said she wanted the team to be more consis- "They know when to have fun and when to
tent offensively this season. be serious. That's usually the most fun group
"The big focus is putting the bat on the to be around. They seem very focused."
ball," the coach said. "We struggled with Cottondale opens the regular season Feb.
that at times last year, so there's a big 10 on the road against Chipley.
Continued From Page 1B
try to improve as a team. Our who has missed significant ketball when he got hurt,"
goal is to win every game we time after getting a piece of the coach said. "He brings a
play, so the streak will take glass stuck in a foot, which different dimension with his
care of itself as long as we do later got infected, defensive toughness.
what we need to do win and Heiar said he hoped "Having (Stowers and
play Chipola basketball." Stowers would be able to starting point guard Malcolm
The Indians may get a practice Tuesday and play Armstead) healthy down the
boost from the return of today. stretch, we can be a really
point guard Darius Stowers, "He was playing great bas- good basketball team."
Continued From Page 1B
lead to some ugly plays offensively. That's
part of the reason why it didn't look that
great last time we played them."
With Chipola's recent home loss and Gulf
Coast beating PJC in Pensacola on the same
night,. Wednesday's game takes on added
significance for the Lady Indians.
"In this conference, you .need to win at
home; so to drop a home game like that does-
n't help," Lane said.
* "But if we're going to win this conference,
we're going to have to get on the road and
* get a win.
"We have to make sure we're focused on
playing in a tough environment and be pre-
pared to go in there and be ready to play.",
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ELECTRONICS E MISCEL.ANUOUS
Old 54" Projection Caller ID unit, GE
television may or may runs on 3 AAA cells,
not work $20.850- $10 850-482-7933
526-0060 Coleman 2 burner
Oriental rug 6X8 camping stove, pro- ,
beautiful sage and pane lantern/folding
rose 75.00 beautiful chair $40 850-4822039
592-2507 Fiberglass cloth roll
Welded wire, 1"x2" x 751bs. 10 oz. 50" wide
36" 100' galvanized $250 or $5/yd. Mari-
AuoluNcmlrrs $150 or $2/ft. Marlan- anna 592-2507
na92-2507Fiberglass cloth roll
SEXERCISE 75bs. 10 oz. 50" wide
R D EQUIPMENT :anna. 850-592-2507
You should fully Inversion table-brand Fiction books mostly
investigate the back new-still In box $100. crime whole lot $20
ground of any company 272-2265 592-2507
BEFORE paying a fee.
Proceed wit caution if | FURNITURE/ Furbys (15) 8 have
you are asked to send never been opened. -
money or in calling HOUSEHOLD 10.a. $120 for all
"900" numbers. OBO 850-593-2431
All numbers prefixed by 36" TV w/Entertai-
"900" are charged to nment Center $350 Galvanized wire, 1/2
callers on a per-minute OBO, Surround Sound xl/2 x48" 72'roll $110'
or per-call basis. Some $100 850-482-3797 or $1.75 ft. Marianna
of these calls are to 592-2507
numbers outside of the 4 drawer legal sz file
United States & expen- cabinet, Inc file di- Galvanized wire, 1/2
sive international rates viders. $40.00 850 638 x1/2 x48" 72'roll $110
are charged to your 2749 or $1.75 ft. Marianna
phone bill. 592-2507
THI. DI ISULICATIOM An4tIqnuM n Bnnmt U
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makes every effort to Table and 4 chairs
list the charges for the $75.850-526-5252
reader. Remember, if
you have any doubts, You Name It...
investigate! If it sounds Classified Has It!!
too good to be true, it ,
probably is! Your Better Complete set of 2004
Business Bureau is ap Florida code books
excellent source of' (7)$200.850-526-5252.
334-792-3804 Formal D/R Side table,
1-800-824-5274 has storage, on casters,
1-800-824-5274 pecan finish, $80 OBO
HUNTING/ Full Size Boxsprng
. FISHING and Mattresu $40
tood Cond. 850)272-
Marlin Home office desk and
in Panama !
Rvirrir-gi.n Modiel 74:0u
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c 'i 50m Tacco Scope
2 Bridgestone Dueler
HT used t;res. 245,70
R16 1065. $40 Marian-
2 egg candlers. I-
hand held $10, 1-hi-
intensity $30 Marian-
7'/A blue spruce
xmas tree$75. xmas
8x10 tent good shape
40.00 Marianna 592-
BBQ Grill 2 shelves
propane $60. used
BEAUTIFUL King size
colors; $50 592-2507
BUG LIGHT $15. Mari-
1/2x1x48" 66' roll
$138 or $2.35 ft.
Galvanized wire, %/"
aviary netting, 200'
roll $120. 50' roll $30.
Grass catcher for 46"
Husqvarna lawn trac-
tor. Used less than 'A
a season. $150 850-
Need a New Home?
the Classifieds *
HUGE AMBER BOTTLE
28" high X52" round,
$20. Marianna 592-
We are looking for
a 4tn fisherman to
Marlin fisn the
We took this trip
last year and the 4
of us landed 13
Marlin, one of the
Black marlins was
around 700 Ibs.
We just had one of
our party cancel
and need to fill
You can check out
the trip online
re.conor I live in
can reach me at
334750 5000 f you
. are Interested
MISCELLANEOUS MEDICAL FARM FARM I COMMERCIAL
SCEL OU MEDICAL EQUIPMENT EQUIPMENT PROPERTV/RENT,
Meyers 3/4 hp. shall 12ft hay mower, Business Office Space
low well pump, 11/2" Chipol Nursing Reduced to $10,900, 1000 SF, Private kit-
120 v. New $125 Mar- Pavilion and 850-866-2774 I /break/bath,util. incl.
anna 850-592-2507 Retirement Center, $700/mo 526-3668
Marianna, FL CLASSIFIEDS $0/o2-6
PALMS indoor tropi- is seeking qualified We're Working For
cal palms In pots 3' individuals to join You!! DUPLEX/REfNT
TO 6' $5 to $10 Mari- our caring and 14 ft.KMC Field Tractor: Compact Uti
anna592-2507 compassionate Cultivator3-57Massey ractor t Rdupl i R o
team. We have an Ferguson Flip plows. ty tractor. 1988 white 1 BR duplex in GR on
ND opening in the 334 774-1247. FB21 diesel. 12 fwd/4 paved road near Bon-
IT rev., hi/lo range, diff dies, $425, 1st & sec.
FAST following position: 1 set of KMC twin row lock, Cat 1.575 hours. 850-272-8880
INTHECLASSIFIEDS p lanters$3700 4row Good tires, good cond; 2
Pickup trucktopper. ADMISSIONS mounted ona paulk $3,500.334-886-2163 2/2.Duplex in GR
61" x 76" white with COORDINATOR frame 1 KMC 4 row rip- $450/mo,.1st, last &
black trim $175 Mari -per w/flift assist wheel ,, / $250 dep. 850-592-
and fertilizer attach (C6-', 5571 ^
anna 592-2507 If interested, $1,800.334-790-5077 5571
please apply in av Lg 2/1 Pvt & extra nice,
Regulationasize Pool person at: 2000 29hp Agracar EAA carport/porch/yard 2
Tale: Cherrywood, so-/access- 4294 3rd Ave Tractor, 4WD, Koyker miles to Courthouse
lid slate top, w/access- naL 160 Front End Loader, rO .t$650/mo 8503522103
ones & overhead poo Marianna,L asking $4500, 334-588- & tKobb-e homes
light. $1250 U MOVE 0323, 477-3152 ,am rsx FARMS/
(850)SHARP suede lambs- 4425 J.D. Combine Both H ACREAGE
SHARP suede lambs- Heads, 7 Peerless dry-
wool lined Jack- 9.ers, KMC four row shak- *Cheap Timberland*
et.Waist Womens unowras er & Bahia seed exc. 757 acres @ $1,500/ac
large $35. 592-2507 MSTRS germ 334-266-5907 or Jackson Co. FL
Welded wire, 1/2"x1" Un f I alM334-355-2883 T FOR Near Compass Lake
x 36"x 100' galvanized animals Adams '07 2-horse, R T/FUx M rNice Timber, Creeks
$150 or $2/ft. Marian- a Lnus slant bumper, pull w/ NRoxT/FuR1 iteD Great Hunting,
na. 850-592-2507 dressing rm. Aluminum No Clear Cut
na.850-592-skin.2507 6500. 334-792- Edgewood Apts. 1 BR Call Kane 850-509-8817
O O C EgIPNm o/0 6366 or 334-333-7577 duplex apts. Free cab-
OF Egu niT lle/laundry/water/gar HOUSES/RENT
H Fuitmrruz b/sewage 592-4793. N 11UNFURNISHED
2 office chairs, Bluein NEED TO PLACE AN AD?
2c echaoirs56ue-n I DO S It's simple, call one of 2/l1in-GR $500/mo
color $30. obcA850-526- DoGS Bobc A our friendly Classified' 1st/last & $250 Dep.
5252 hrs, Loaded. Too representatives and 850-592-5571
Typing chair black in Adorable Chihuahua Many Attachments they will be glad
color $35.very nice Terrier & Blue Healer to list. $30,000 nego. to assist you. 2/1 in Mar. on Sunset
850-526-5252 mix puppies $25/ea 334-685-4218 Dr.No smoking/ pets.
850-209-3427850-526-5252 p $25/ea E Stacey Borges Realtor
U SPORTING Gandy 4 row insecticide RIarr/UnrumM 850-573-1990
S\ Free:1/2 Dachshund applicator w/double 2BR/2BA House (CLH)
S GOODS puppy (Weiner dog) boxes, for two chemi- 2 &3BR APARTMENTS on 1 acre lot.$700/mo
about 13 weeks ol calls mounted on too & 3B PT ENTS o I$700/mo
MtalSiks Bl about 13 weeks ol bar. Good condition & MOBILE HOMES 850- 573-6655.,
Adidas, Size 9 1/2,1 $500. 229-758-3146 4 c FOR RENT $525O$650
time e d 0 MO 850-579-4186 (5 2 t20 5 4/2 Foreclosure! Only
time use. $30.850- FREE: F Brindle Pit MO (850)209-3591 $199 mth!(5% dwn 30
272-5558. Bull, F White English John Deere 310SG, yrs @ 8%APR). Listing
Bulldog, F Black Lab, '03 Backhoe, Cabin 2B R 1'/BA 800-570-8898 x 1774
TOOLS Ter6936088 50- et,joystick,exclean Neighborhood $575 Nearly New 2 BR
S6936088 $43,000.334-792-3749 Move in Smeial! In cE
Black & Dedker 18" 850-482-5134 | Home- Hwy 90 E
Black & Deeker 18" ;0U.IZ514 I $600/mp, $250 dep
Hedge Trimmer $20 John Deere 428 Hon- 850-526-8367
850 482.2039 da motor, excellent 2BR/1BA APT, water,
,* cond. only used 4 garb/sewer incl.$550
POULJRY times, $2,250.334- Nopets! 850-526-8392
P Equio lient 585-2059 /592-6115
& r.- nimals John Deere 5103, 44HP, Now taking applica- PRINTIN
RENSrTAI'-7-- MUN rake & box blade, 140 tions 1,2,3 BR, also 1
He., ..m te : l' uE hrs.,$9800 850-209-4266 BR handicap. Pet
H tPoulan Pro Lawn Mow- friendly, call for de- We are seek
er, 26 HP x 48" Hydro. tails. 850-593-5137.M in vesting itI
e- r.New engine. $1350. Equal Housing Oppor-
SWill trade.334-702-9566 tunity Our equipment
ll . t 3 6Ontnirn nressa
d/salary.No pets- ... ..
/drugs/sm ng.850- RollsRiteGoose-
482-511 neck Trailer, 25,000
S ENERAL GVW, 20ft bed, 5ft dove
GENERAL tail oak flooring, side
1 HELP WANTED bodies, ramps incl. (ne-
ver been used) Always
sheltered in barn, Used
City of Marianna Is very little. $7200 080
accepting applilca- 850-569-2262 eyes. 209-
tions for a Police 8479 days
Officer. Full details
are available at
Marianna One Stop Wednesday. Fel
LET US HELP YOU CLEAN OUT
THAT GARAGE, SHED, OR
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PH: 850-526-3614 or 800-779-2557
P.O. BOX 520 MARIANNA, FL 32447
BY Btwn GR & Sneads
er $350/mo 850-573-
Idn Spgs 3br/2%ba,
2400 sf, 20x40 pool, 2 BR MH CH/A, wa-
Buy 275K, Rent ter, lawn, garb.incl.
$1200 772-215-5918 1st/last/sec. Call 850-
Picket Fence Rentals 3BR DW MH S of
Quality 2 & 3 BR Marl- C'dale on paved road.
anna homes for rent $450-$600/o (850)
Call for pricing & 352-1104/209-3028
avail. 850- 526-3355 352-1104/209-3028
Clean 1 & 2 B/B for
MOBILE fam. of 2. No smok-
HOME/RENT ing/pets lyr lease,
1BR Park Model MH, 718-8158
CH&A, W/D, Storage, MH FOR RENT in Cy-
Porch, Furn, Bascom press; $340 -$550/mo.
$300/mo 850569-5628 No pets/ smoking.Ref.
2/1 CH/A, inci. water- Req. (850)685-2353
/sew. on own lot in SM 3/1 Quiet,clean.
Dellwood, $400, $350 water/septic/lawn/p
dep, 850-592-4625 est incl. No Pets.
2/1 MH near Alford. $500/mo, 8502091027
No pets. No Smoking.
$375/mo + sec. (850) REAL ETAT
579-8882 Iv msgSTATE
2/2, 2/1 MH & 3/1 2BR/1BA House in GR
House For rent in S. $30K (850) 573-0598.
Cottondale. 850-352- (850) 573-0598.
4393/209-4516 3/2 in Compass Lake,
2 miles from Mar. 2 story, 1800 sq ft, 1
2/2,3 ilac lot, screened in
very clean, family of pool, carport $206K
2, carport, no pets 850-980-3022
$500/mo 1st ,last, se-
curity req. Oth- 3BR/2BA Foreclosed
ers avail.850-209-8947 home! Only $23,750!
Must Sell! For listings
Classifieds... 800-570-8898 ext. 5366
See what it's all
about! 496 Beinville Ct
2 & 3 BRMH,Cotton- 4/2, large yard,
dale. http://www. char- I Alf6rd, FL
2 & 3 BR MH' s for New, great location,
rent in Cottondale, $170K incl. clsg cost,
monthly & wkly rates if qual. 102% loan,
avail. 850-554-9934 5%, 30 yr,8505268367
2BR/1BA in Alford; New house for sale
$350 + deposit. 7040 Bamberg Lane
850-579-4622 or 573- Hwy 69A GR,$115K
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graduate or equivalent preferred.
efits including medical, dental, eye
dtion card, paid vacation, and 401K.
87 John Wayne items:
Doll, bear, 21 pic-
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21 plates & much
more $1000 OBO 850-
Windows 2-new 72" x
36" half-round Insu-
lated. $50 Marianna
Galvanized wire, 1/2"
aviary netting, 200'
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PANAMA CITY, Sportm dn '08 5th
FLORIDA FREE Wheel, 32 ft., loaded.
ZI F $27,500 OBO, 334-618-
List Distress Sales 7808. 618
Foreclosure Outback '06 31 RQS
Properties.com Loaded $16,900 OBO
H RESIDENTIAL Montana 2005 5th Gulf stream class 0,98'.
Wheel, 4 slides, king 21' Triton, 71K mi.,gene-
I bed, excellent condi- rator, 2 airs, new tires,
Lae lot next topark tion. $34,500 OBO 850- 2 new batteries & hitch
Large lford neCity water & 547-2808 $11,500 obo. 334-522-
In Alford. City water & 4419/813-469-1592
electric. MH or build. Montana 02' 5th wheel
$500 dwn $175/mo for camper, 32.5 ft. 2 slides, Damon Intruder 00'
7 yrs. (850) 209-1177 mounted space heater, 35 ft. Class A design-
new 4000 Onan 27917K2
generator w/inside re, er. V-10, 27,917K 2
moene $ao in/iknsi0 r0- slides, 2 AC, 2 TV's,
mote, $25k 00B, 850- side by side frig w/
593-6946 ice maker. New tires,
Maco '06 5th wheel Towing pkg. $39,500.
camprs w/slideout, used lyr 334.696-4746.
MotofIOrne by non-smoker, can
mttravt] trailers be seen at 2469 El Be- Damon '96 Daybreak
'_ rQL PMENTr thel Church Rd. GR. Motorhome. 31 ft.
C/ WA. t POKMS $19K 850-593-6058 Clean, sips 6. Great
-2 -5' cond. 334-7omes w2-whl
Jayco'08 Eagle 5th car dolly. 334-792-0619
wheel, 291 RLTS, war-
ranty, also Dodge '07 28 ft. Allegro, well r
2500 diesel. 334-791- maintained, new tires,
fully loaded, new paint,
BH OATS/MOTORS 4192 indoor kept. $12,500.
S TRAILERS Jayco '03camper, 34 ft. Call 334-792-8018 or
2 Slide outs exc. cond. 334-792-8827
Wat ins '7927 foot, like new on rented lot
8HPanmor at Port St with water front view
Joe Marina, 27 north Lake Eufaula $19,000
dock. $16,500. 334-897- OBO 334-793-0021.
2167 or 334-733-0020 Hard Top for a Jeep '04
Triton '08, 18ft. Explor- Wrangler, Black,
er w/115 HP Mercury very ocean, Like new.
Optimax. 71 pound mo- $1,200., 334-798-0626. r
1997 FOur Winds Class
tor guide 480 GPS/fsh Gulfstream '03 26' Fifth C, 31 ft, A/C, stove, mi-
finder, stainless steel Wheel w/slide out, crowave fridge, sofa,
prop. Ready to fish Great cond. Reduced dinette. $18,500. Call
$18,600.334-774-5412 or $10,000, 334-726-2186. 334-791-1450. -
Forest River Surveyor
Stratos '98 201 Proe- '06 30ft. Travel Trailer, g-
lite Bass boat. 20ft. self-contained, sleeps
225 Evenrude, trolling 8, excellent cond.,
motor & trailer $15,900.334-726-6645
$7,700. 334-596-1694. Fleetwood '06 Utah
Pro Caft '05,205 with Pop Up Camper. Mint
a 225 HP EFI Mercury. condition, 2-King sz,
-Excellent condition, beds, sofa bed and ta- '04 Pace Arrow 37 C,
$16,500.334-726-1612 ble bed, AC & Refrig- Work Horse Chassis.
erator, small galley, 19K, loaded, 3 slides,
Javin 16 foot boat, 90 cassette commode. 99 tow car, $93,000,
HP Johnson. $3000 334- $5000. 334-702-9975 334-618-0717
FLEETWOOD '05 Prowl- -i
Jason 1986 bass boat er AX6, fifth wheel, 36ft, H MOTORCYCLES/
110 Johnson motor, 4 slides,fireplace, large l ATVs
garage kept, good con- shower, 30/50amp. A
edition PRICE REDUCED real must see at:
$3900 OBO 334-794 5511 $36,900 334-687-2994
HORSE TRAILER 2
Horse Straight Load,
grey, fair cond. $2000.
Glasstream'86,120 '09 PANTHER 110CC
Mercury, Inboard, 15' ATV 4 stroke disc
Very good condition. brakes throttle limiter
Many Extra's $3500. Prowler Camper, remote control start/
OBO. 334-983-0021 g. slideout, 38',2BR, the crate 866-399ne138
Great cond., $10,500,
Call 229-308-1168. 2003 HD Road King
asking $9500.00 call
S E LL 98 Coachman San- 482-8221
G3'031756 Ceier tara, 35ft. 23,000
Console. Camo, 50hp miles,.7KW 2005 BIG DOG
Yamaia.Trolling Mo generator, 2 en- RIDGE BACK
tor. Depth finder, tries ducted CH/A, 330 Rear Tire,
Duck Blind, great hydraulic levelers, New Carburetor,
condition. $4,999. rear queens, sleeps Pegs, Grips
334-685-4218. 6, leather power & Mirrors.
captains chairs, BIKE IS STILL NEWI
r, basement model, 2800 Miles. $17,000:
Sm great shape, all Call: 334-796-1251
S7 '- manuals, service
records, $32,000. .- '-,
S 850-762-3865 '. "
Chaparral 210hSSl '05,
Yellow 260hp bimini --.
top, galvanized trailer, ',
stored only 20 ours,
many extras. Like new. l2005 Bombardier Out-
$25,900,334-475-3883. lander400HO, t 44,
$ 0 4 autoo, 50 hours, 2500 lb
Car trailer- '06, 24' winch, tow bar, brush
Enclosed with winch guards, front & rear
$5000. Just Like New! '95 Westport by Fleet- racks, loaded, $4500.
334-588-6640 wood, 34'2 slides, rear 334-585-0160'
Aluminum 15ft, fishing floors, good condition, Badboy buggy '06, 4
*boat, 25HP motor, trail- $11,500687-284, 334- WD, wench, gunrack,
er, trolling motor, fish 703-0125 $6500 FIRM. 334-498-
locator. $3000 334-671- 3032
'99 Cobra Bass Boat, Ij I f'
40hp Johnson motor, i 1i "
new Minkota401b M i SELL
thrust. $5500 OBO, tty
850-352-4274 ,w&i -.mUDuSS l-uO:Ad'l Utility
850-352-7 venicle. 20hp Cat
D ;el Er.q.(e. Camo,
Auo.irt 31 condi-
Lau 5th Wheel Newmar 334-685-4218.
'04 Kountry Star
35ft. HOME AWAY Harley '03 Fatboy, sil-
SFROM HOME! ver/black, extras ++,
'9 Hter23. Loaded, very clean. $13,500 OBO,,334-347-
'95 Hunter 23.5 sailer Like new. $42,500, 5547.
w/trailer, 03 5hp Hon- 850-27. -
da, 2much2 list, $10k 272-6904. Harley '06 1200 S orts-
OBO, Call 334-806-2822. ter, white, dyna fender,
31'FLEETWOOD. '97 Screaming Eagle pipes.
flully self contained Excellent condition.
queen b-d, slideout 6100 mi., $8,490 obo,
canopy. great cord. 334-726-7815
21,)0 u'i .,rr, p r- ,T..,1
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8' BYiNE 2.Vol. w mother in law suite on
8 260 eng., Gen., Heat your lot, ready to move.
vo 260 eng., Gen., Heat-l $33,900. OBO (251)654- ai
/Air, w/trailer, low 8 0. (251)54-
hours $12,500 OBO 687- 5 86
8169, 334-703-3138 HARLEY DAVKiDSON
34 ft. House Boat, Custom, Black, 1753,
Sleeps 6, good cond., Like new. $16,000
asking $12,000 OBO, 2003 Keystone Cougar negotiable,
Call 334-792-1079 or 5th wheel, Series 276 334-774-9215/
334-718-9054 EFs. 28 ft. w / living 334-379-8163.
room slide. Great cond.,
$13000,334-702-8267, Harley Davidson '05 Su-
leave a message. perglide, customized
21f K Oif 1995 Shasta Travel w/fots of chrome, mint
2 ft Trailer, 22 ft., sleeps 4 cond. 7500. mi. sacrifice
Sportfishing Yacht $5500,334-794-2921 $14,900.334-648-0348.
Designed by world
renowned designer 08' Amerilite Travel
Tom Fexas. Trailer 21 ft. Fully self
Dual Mercedes turbo Pd $13,400, asking $10k ^
Yacht and engines HI MOTOW -
Raymarine E120, PI HOMES Har.i, Lav.'ii'.r. "',,
Autopilot, Hi def s creaing Eiagle viD,
Radar, VHF Custom M Red, rr i,.,,,jrrjr,
Fighting Chair, 518 iii:aU 1l :|IJ
Custom long Range '.9r0
million. Sacrifice *- S" ELL
$950,000 will trade Winnebego '99 Brave Harley Davidson
for equivalent ocean 35-C 35' living rm, '08 Road King.
/ waterfront proper- slide, 35k mi., Alcoa Crimson Red
ties or trade down wheels, new tires, gen., 6-spd. 675 miles,
for pleasure boat. jacks, $33,500 obo, 522- excellent condi
3564 tion. warranty,
view Yacht at 334-618-98?8
200490 hp Mercury
Out board $3750n firm
$650. 334-774-3165 or
334-791R-VISION'06 Trail-Lite -'
-- 26ft fully loaded low HARLEY DAVIDSON
mileage like new! In- '95 Dyna Custom,
clude's navigation sys- Black / Purple Flames
tem. Reduced to Motorcycle. 5-spd. 2-
$52,500 O8eB 334-616- c el. 31000, very clean,
REDUCED 334-618-4527. Must
2003 Hunter 356 '03 Class A Monoco La see to appreciate.
Excellent condition Palm. 2 slides. 1V/ -
Loaded w/ features, bath. Loaded! Incl cpr H-D '02 Ultra Classic,
Sleeps 7, Sacrifice at ddlley & all furnishings Blue & Grey, Motorcy-
$104,900,850-596-7710 (dishes, towels, etc.) cle. 15100, LOaded, low
$75K. 334-790-3480. miles, very clean, Like
16ft. Ouchita Bass new. $13,000,334-701-
Boat, 48 hp Johnson PRICE REDUCED 3258.
Lexington '06 29ft,3
gaiter traintler, freshly slides, full bod paint HD '06 Heritage Softtail
sanded & painted. 2 11K miles, like new Classic. White, 5-spd.,
depth finders, motor $55000 firm More info 1700 mi., excellent con-
guide trolling mtr., 334-703-2500 edition. $16,500. Call 334-
trolling battery, 406-1999..
cranking battery, Monoco Knight'06, `
$3500. 3334-585-2059 Save $25K or more. HD '07 Heritage Softtail
Diesel, 4 slides, 4300 mi, Classic, exc. cond., 3 yr.
06 Fisher 1710 crappy many upgrades warranty, $13,500.
roboat.60HP 4-stroke $159,700. 850-866-2774 334-684-0498
rigged. $0,200. 34- Fourwinds '08 Chateau HD 2000 FXDX,
692-3378 or 797-8008. sport class C, 28 ft.
Workhorse Chassis 6.OL Dyna Super Glide
CAMPERS/ Vortec. 5578K mi. no sl. Sport 6354 mi.
R TRAvEL TRAILH.8 free. Reduced.$51,000 original exc. cond.
080 serious inquiries 334-333-6202
Sprinter 1999 5th only, 334-522-3 52. ,
wheel 27ft, with slide Concord Coachman '05 HONDA -'05 Rancher.
out room, fully loaded Motor Home. 23' long Green, 2 WD excellent
with new hitch. $8000 2700mli, Take over pay- condition $2,800. obo.
334-805-3058 ments.850-593-5103 334-791-5725.
ATVs P ATVs
Honda'06 250 Rebel,
Motorcycle. Like new. Kawasaki '06 ZX-10R,
Only 1700 miles. $2500. Black, Motorcycle. 3200
Must Sell! 334-498-3918 miles, runs well, low
HONDA'06 Rancher miles, Great cond.,
350 Es, green, 4-spd. 2 $7000, 334-687-8624.
cyl. 2 WD. 350 miles, Kawaski '07 Mean
Like new. 4000., 334- Streak Special Edition.
791-0646 Under 500 miles. Extras
included, $8,000. Call
Honda '07 Rincon, 680 334-899-4247
4X4, 230 miles, 2 inch
lift, 28.inch ITP tires, Moj-Motor Scooter '05,
12 inch ITP rims, warn 200mi, Blue, $1650 850-
bumper, 4 year war- 258-1638
ranty. $5750 OB0. Ranger '06 700 EFI
334-685-2004 Camo, excellent condi-
Honda GL1800'05 Gold- l tion. $820000 .334-
wing. Blackcherry, 798-2181
26,200mi, $15,000. plus Road Star '01 1600,
matching bushtech dressed put, 12K miles,
trailer 7,00Omi. $4,000. $5900. 334-790-4360
Suzuki '02 GSXR600,
Hyosung '07 GV650. Sport Bike. Too many
$4,000. OB0. 334-790- access, to list! Immacu-
2021 late bike. Must see it!
KAWASAKI '03 Vulcan $4750. 334-805-0816
1500 Classic. Never laid Suziki- '06 Boulevard
down, 19,000 miles, ex- 800cc, 750 mi. Like
cellent condition. Load- new, crash bar &
ed, $7,500. 334-702-7775 windshield $5,000.
if no answidr, leave 33,-618-d2542.
Kawasaki 05 Mule, 2 LOOK
wheel drive, $5300 850-
Suzuki '07 Blvd, pearl
white, 800cc Like
luggage rack, engine
KAWASAKI '06 MULE guard. $5400.
3010 4x4. Red, excel- 334-475-3551
lent condition. Top
and Windshield Suzuki '08 Hayabusa,
$6,900. 334-726-2168 1500 mi., like new,
K275OLTD-H2.Needs VERUCCI '05 50CC 4
work good parts bike. stroke, 120 MPG plus 45
13671 mi., $ 00 obo MPH, Sportster replica
cash. 334-393-1735 $1,200 334-355-1339 be-
Kawaski '02 ZX121A fore 6 PM
very good cond. adlut Yamaha 107 V-Star
ridden, $5,500. 334-983- 1100. $8000. 080 low
1707. miles. 334-790-2021
MOTORCCLEB/ I AUTo
Yamaha '02 Raptor 660, Audi '03 A6 power
fully loaded with acces- everything, new tires,
sones, ridiculously excellent condition,
clean & fast, $3500, 334- 64,500 mi., $16,700 OBO.
Can't Be Beat! -
Yamnaha 02' Zuma .
Scooter. 6400 mi. -
& luggage rack,excel. "
condo. $1600. 850-352- BMW '03 325XI, Blue,
4723 Sedan. 5-spd. 6-cyl.
AWD. 51,500, Great
Yamaha '07 Wave cond. $15,000, 610-
RUnner GP1300R, 2 710-9987.
seater, 1297cc, tilt &
trim, easy loader BMW '04 545i. Sedan.
trailer, like new, 26 Titanium Silver, Auto.
hrs., $10K new- sell 8-cyl. 2 WD. 63,800
for $5900, 229-861- miles, excellent con-
2899 or 334-685-2798 edition. Loaded,
Yamaha 08 Grizzly 4 $28,800. 334-671-8391.
esi, 215 miles, 24 hours,
asking payoffof $6,500.
Yamaha'08 V-Star All
extras less then 2000
mi. $10,000 334-693-
Yamaha '09 Zuma 125' BMW '06 325i silver,
scooter, Brand New premium package,
only 10 miles!! 90mpg, 34K miles, 1 owner.
64 mph $2900. $20,900. 334-714-3932
3 0-424 BMW 545105', Black,
Yamaha YZ125, 2 45K miles. Fully Loaded,
stroke, pro circuit pipe Excellent Condition. 25
great condition. 334- mi. per gallon. $32,500.
BMW '90 525i 4DR
Leadea. 94K Grreer. aih
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For listings miles $18,500 850-
800-570-8736 x 4700 209-1087
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Buick '00 Regal LS, 4 Chrysler '03 PT Cruis-
dr. w/console, auto, er. Black, 5-spd.
cruise, tilt, pwr seat, ,e.., ''" 73,000 miles, excel-
etc. Orig owner, 102k lent condition. CD,
ml. $4,990 obo. 334- A/C, $5,500. 334-432-
347-3378; 308-8021 0152.
Buick '93 Park Avenue
1 owner, loaded, be-
low average miles, al- Chevrolet'03 Tahoe
ways garaged. $2,500. LT. SUV. Black, Auto.
ys garaged. $2,5 8-cyl.2 WD. 78,000
334-494-1833 Bexcellent condition
Cadillac '00 Deville
Pearl, Auto. 8-cyl.
94000, Power steer-
ing, CD, A/CAM/FM,
stereo, runs well,
Great cond. $10,000,
Cadillac '04 CTS in ex-
Cadillac '06 DTS GM,
fully loaded, 31,500
mi. Immaculate con-
dition. $24,500. 850-
Cadillac '96 Fleetwood,
Broutgham Edition, 22"
rims, exc. cond, 78K
mi., asking $6400 OBO,
Call (334) 379-5118
$700.!! RUNS GOOD!
For listings call 800-
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Police Impounds for
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Chevrolet '99 Lumina
2nd owner, excel.
cond. CD, pw locks &
windows, white, 89K
$3,200. obo, 677-3953
Loaded, CD, AC,
AM/FM, stereo, new
tires, leather int.
very clean, $16,400.
Chevrolet '03 Tahoe
LT. SUV. Black, Auto.
8-cyl. 2 WD. 78,000,
Loaded, CD, AC,
AM/FM, stereo, new
tires, leather int.
very clean, $16,400.
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CHEVY '06 Malibu
LTZ, White, Auto. 39K
mi. Loaded, moon
roof, 30mpg Exc cond
$13K OBO, 714-9756.
CORVETTE '85, $6,500
OBO 229-334-8520, 334-
Ford '03 Mustang GT
30,600 mi., clean, exc
cond., $12,995, 334-
Ford '03 Ranger. Dark
Green, great cond.
Ford '05 Mustang, V-6
premium edition, Fully
loaded,great gas saver.
Asking payoff $12,000.
Ford'06 Mustang GT,.
light blue, blackleather
int., premium sound,
loaded,5 sp.,exc. cond.
23Kin, Reduced $15,900
Bank financing avail-
i able! Call 334-588 3400
Chevy '94 Camaro, '- 6 .-* ""
Blue, Sedan. 5- spd. -- "' -
6-cyl. 2 W9. Loaded, '.', .r.......J
Power brakes, Power w--"""' -
steering, CD, A/C, runs
well, new tires, T-Tops, .
very clean, Great cond., ord06 Mstang, Red,
$4000., 334-618- 3414. Ford '06 Mstang, Red,
$Auto. 6-cyl. 35,500 mi,
Chevy '94 Caprice very clean, Great cond.
w/LTI posi rear end $12,100, 334-798-5753.
Station wagon. Auto
$1,800.334-696- 8019. Ford '64 Thunder-
bird, 82K mi, 1 own- |
Dodge '07 Charger, 4 er, $4000. Will trade.
.door, black, $15,900. 334-632-8114.
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Honda '01 Accord XL
$1,300. All power, auto,
CD Player. WON'T LAST.
FOR LISTINGS CALL
Honda "03 Accord,
coupe, sunroof, leather
seats, 75K miles. 14,000
Honda '03 Civic Coupe
Automatic, One Owner
$7800.120k miles. West
Main Car Sales W.M. St.
Honda '07 Civic Coupe
Touch screen GPS navi-
gation system, DVD
player, 26K mi., black,
with 7200 miles.
2+2 2nd owner, all
orig, exc. cond. 92K
miles, Bright red w/
d. grey LX int. Load-
ed w/all opts. Has
orig. MSRP, Lit. &
OBO. 334-671-4188 or
Nissan '93 Maxima
All Power, White,
Runs Perfect $3500.00
Pontiac '06 GTO, 6.0,
400HP 24,000 miles,
black in/out, one
Pontiac '07 G6,4 cyl.,
silver, 4 door, 14K m,,
w/ cruise, $13,900,
PONTIAC 07 06 GT
Black Cony. Auto. 6-cyl
15,400, Loaded leather
ANTIQUE PAiTS &
AUTos l ACCESSORIES
-. Dodge V8, 318 Engine
Motor & Transmission.
Running engine in SUV
$600 each 080. 334-
"'- A ton flat bed dump
body, power take off
hydraulic, good condi-
tion. $1800 334-794-
Ford '68 F100 step side, 5418
REDUCED, MUST SELL,
runs great 18K mi. I PICK-UP
black, MSTA $5,500
obo. 334-671-3772. TRUCKS
Chevrolet '07 Colo-
..T ".148 radio, V6, Maroon
Ext.cab, 4 door & bed
cover. 17,500 mi. Like
*H new. $15,500. 334-347
-6396 or 334-806-5167
Chevrolet '77, C-10,
MUST SEE" PRICE 4wd, 400 ci eng good
REDUCED. Ford '68 tires. $1,500. 299-6227
100 Shortwheel Chevrolet'05 1500 LS, 1
Base, 95% re- owner Crew Cab, 67,500
stored- newly re- mi., two tone paint, all
built 6 cyl. 240 en- power, $14,500,
gine (less than 80 Call 334-792-2724
mi.) With 3-speed
manual transit fr, Chevrolet97 Pickup,
new paint & body 6 cyl. with a/c. Runs
work, new tires good. $3500 Call
rims, wtoo muchs Richard @334-701-9667
newer stuff to list! CHEVROLET '86 Silve
Looks & runs great, rado. great condition.
ONLY $5,500 NOW. $2,700. 334-886-3550.
334-791-6011nly! Chevrolet '83 Silvera A
Thomas ton, with toolbox. Goo
condition. All power
A/C. $5,450.. 334-79'
ir, :.rol-[ .| 041 u. 1,-
C.re.Aul. u :. A I1 Wi'C.
Redui .i.: n i..: i- ,u ) ,jrta i o.a:,,i- rn
Che.'roh-l t i B 'i.ir 4 Pu ,.r ,br3t1:. Pw' r
door, new eng, & paint; steering, CD, A/C,
75% refurbished. Many AM/FM, stereo, $14,000.
extras Taking bids 334-488-4621.
starting at12,000 Chevy '00 Silverado 6.0
334935534 Eng. Ext., cab w/long
HEAVY TRCK/be,CD Full towing
pack. $7,000 334-477-
20 ft.. triple axle car t b.. .. t .
harlira w/ ramprnn, elec
DODGE '06 Ram Silver,
Auto 6cyl 2WD 25k CD
A/C Like new $16,799
Auto.Diesel 4 WD.
150,000 miles, fair
steering, CD, A/C,
runs well, new
Ford '04 F150 Fx4, Super
Cab, 6-disc CD, 68K mi.,
$15,500, Call (334) 897-
d Ford *08 F250 Lariat
& Crew Cab, 6.4LD, Auto.
4- 8-cyl. 2 WD. 27000,
Loaded, Like new.
Ford '02 F150 Lariat,'Ex-
tra Cab, tool box, new
4X4, new allterrian 18'
tires 34K mti.2 see 334-
runs gr798-393. $28,00 OBO,
HONDA'07CIvIcSi, brakes $1950. 334-648- .. Ford '03 F250 Super-
Blue, 6-spd. 24,000 0348. crew V-10 gas Triton
Loaded, moon roof, motor, Centennial Ford G
Additional Transfer- Classifieds have what addition, Black, FX4
able warranty, Like you are looking for. h. dr. Larat. 14K m
new. $17,000, 334-775- well maintained
e. $17,000,334-775- 53' Dry Van Trailers, 00 Chevy'97 S 1500, $15,000.229-308-0259.
'8439. PONTIAC '69 GTO Judge Good Condition, $5000 130K miles,74.3 V6 -
Race Car, 7.0 Heads up &Up.334-393-3559 or 10lkilso,..3O V6 r'u ,,
or- uper Pro Bracket & 334-393-3559 or Runs & looks goo. Ford'06 F-150 XLT,
Class NICEBack Half $3800850-557-1798 super cab,candy
$1 ,229-321-2092 Ford '99 350 V-0 super- apple red with matcn-
$11;000, 229-321-2092 rd '9 3t super- CHEVY 99 S-10 LS, ing Tonneau cover,
"" pack., exc. cond. 78K 5sp, 4cyl, a/c, AM/ 84K miles. $9200. OBO
mi. $6,750.850-638- FM, fac maqs, ex 334-379-9166 or 334-
S9771. tires, cloth mt., rep.- .774-0377
Hyundai'04 Accent. 4 FREIGHTLINER'01 tr hookup $3500pe Ford '07 F-250 XLTSu-
door, automatic. 67K FDL20. Semi truck, (850) 569-2777/693-. per Cab, diesel, bur-
miles, 38 MPG.$5200. 810,000 mi. good 0848 gundy& gray, goose-
334-790-7959 cond. $19K OBO, 850- neck ball, exc. cond.,
Pontiac' 71 Grand Prix 352-4808 12K mi., $26,000,'
m iM f Project Car, needs mo- 334-693-9220
^.-334-687-0805, 695-6568 '" .. Ford '97 FI50 XLT Super
Porsche '86 944, Red, .""" Cab, Triton V-8,'dia-
5-spd., 130K mi., I|- .--. .obed liner, bed extender,
$5000. 334-333-0925 exc. cond., $6900, 334-
A I .t a Chevy'00 S10, white 714-4210 or 677-6007
HYUNDAI.'06 Sonata L/S Ext, cab 4-3 "en Ford'01 LariatF-250
GLS, Beige, Se *d.GMC '02, 1 Ton Box 11 000 ,- p Ford '01 Lariat F-250
Auto. 4-cyl. 2WDO. I^, Truck, 68k mi., i owner, ra wrste'in Diesels Extended cab
53000, Power brakes, & "* uto/air, $9,500, good .. w r g9' 90K miles $15,000.
steering, CD, A/C, cond. 334-347-3441 pw r w 1,42 Leather interior. 334-
AM/FM, stereo, sun- 334-714-1142 677-6309 or 797-7074
roof, warranty, Great Chevy 04' Tahoe Z71
cond. $10,995, 793-5596. urandyw/ beige Ford '01 Ranger Ex-
Hyud'07, Sonata V- rneae, 83k miles, tend Cab, Captain
6na0, l S othen t 20 mil Saturn '07 Aura XR, steering wheel con- seat, Automatic
6, less then 20K miles 9,8e",mi., like new, trols, 3rd row seating transmission, AC,
$19,995.immaculate condition white, Ithr, sunroof, all TO w/center bucket seats, $4800 will neg. 850-
$19,995.334-677-5408 options, MUST SEE TO "_ B disc cd changer in 209-9497
Hyundia '06 Sonata LX BSLIEVE! $21,150 aobo dash, power seats rear
leather, sunroof, V-6, 334-522-3564 ToGMC a '04 14f t w/6ft air controls, L ..
new tires, power dr. Saturn '94 4-door 4-cyl. 34100 Power $16,800334-701-
locksdoir, 4 sauto310 o er 8555/334-685-6233 8 .L.
locks & steer C6 C 4 cyl., auto., air, PS, steering, AM/FM, Greet p,-
55,K under wats, PB, PW, cruise, tilt, cond. $15,999 ob, 80- Chevy '88 V1 ton, pick .
$12,900 334-445-1057 stereo, good tires, 482-7390. up, brown, V8, runs &
clean, 90,000 miles. Isuzu'99 NTR.Diesel looks good. 63k miles.
Dependable, $1500. 20 ft. Box Truck. Wide $3809. 334-803-2819 .*. ..
334-538-1747 Uft gate, AC, AM/FM, (Dothan) FORD '98 Ranger $3,500
as.u, exc.,tires all around, Dodge 05' 3500 Quad 334-8520, 4cy334- 35p, A/5-C 229
S .'.-. -T -.. new frontbrakes. Cab Dually. Cummins 334-8520, 334-355-1202
150K mi. Must sell Turbo Diesel, 69k miles, ..
due to business out CD, Cruise, $20,500.
Back! $9000. 334-793- 850-526-2290 days, A -
Infiniti 00 130 Loaded 3170 or 334-435-0298 eves. 850-594-9931 fm
Warrantyel$e6295 West Volvo'97 dump truck Dodge 95' Ram P/U,
Main Car Sales, 1862 W. Toyota '00 Camry W-64, tri-axle, 16' body. 2500 HD, good cond.,
Main St. 334-699-5880. Solara Convertible ext. side, R swing barn $2,800. OBO 677-2805
Jeep03Wrangler, $8995.128k miles. Wes door. $19,500. OBO 334- Dodge'07 Ram 1500 FORD'91 Ranger 5-
Jeep '03 Wrangler, Main Car Sales W. M.St. 685-2772;.334-671-7632 Dod '07 Ram 150 FOD '91 RangerS-
red full drive, 57K Dothan. 334-699-5880dr spd. 6-cy. 2 W. 94K
miles 6 inch skyjack- PARTS & CD, remote door lock miles, AM/FM, Needs
er lift, with 31 inch. tow pkg., under 36K minor work $1,800
tires $12,500. 334- ACCESSORIES $?2,000. 334-899-3792 OBO, 334-803-0167.
750-4698 20" Rims $400 OBO. Ford '01 F150 4DR XLT Ford '89 150 with tool
_____ill ll_ _I_ 111 850-482-3797 V8 Triton, 76K, Teow rack and tool box. Good
pkg. True workhorse!, condition, A/C. $1,545
22"Rims for sale $800- $12,000. 850-215-1338 334-794-5418
$1000850-693-4035 Ford '02 F250 Ext. cab Ford '04 XLT Super Cab,
SToyota '2 Camry LE Camper shell, one yr. 4WD, 7.3 Diesel, Mint towing pkg., bed liner, .
Very Clean, 114k miles old. Fits F-150.'99, Condition black, all tool box, 53K miles, "
$8995.00 West Main Car Black, Like new. $600. leather, lots of extras. $15,000, Call (334) 794--
i Sales 182 W.M. St. Call 334-347-2717. $16K OBO 334-685-3832 "0751
Kis ,ni Pin rin Donthan. 334-699-5880
| PICK-UP PICK-UP
TRUCKS n TRUCKS
Ford '01 Ranger XL
Super Cab 3.0 V/6 104K Toyota '02 Tacoma SR5,
Warranty $6,995 West- Ext. Cab. Must be refin-
Main Car Sales, 1862 W. anced- loan balance
Main St 334-699-5880. $12,000.86k mi., exc.
B cond. Call 334-475-1785.
Ford '99 Ranger XLT .', ~= .r'a',
Super Cab 4.0 V/6 91K Toyota'05 Tacoma X-
Warranty $6,495 West- Runner, Red, 36K miles,
Main Car Sales, 1862 W. Loaded, Great cond.
Main St. 334-699-5880. $16,000. OBO. 334-347-
You Name It... 4999
SSPORT UTILITY U SPORT UTILITY VANS
l VE11HCLE s VEHICLES V
-Dodge 00' Ram B3500,
I. S H 12 pass., LWB, $2995
SMercury'99 MT. Dk. CLASSIFIED
Blue w/ grey leather, We're Working For
sunroof, 89K. Loaded. You!!
Great cond.$5900, 334
Chevy '01 Tahoe LT,
128k mi., sun roof, Ithr.
3rd seatnsmission loheated mi. leather sean, 3rd ower streets
TV ALL power, seat, Like newnew
tires, $8,900 OBO. 678-
35019,500.334-897-0582. reo runs we442, leather
Chevy 01 Tahoe Pew_ N. , Dodge '01 Grand Carn-
ter Metallic, 2 WD, Nissan '07 Pathfinder von ES, red, Van. Auto.
leather, new motor & SEBlack Auto. 43K 6-cyl. 2 WD. 112,K mi.500
transmission loaded, smiles, Loaded, Power
$7000. 334-798-5753 mi. leather inL, 3rd brakes, Power steering,
$7000. 334-798-5753. row seat, Like new. CD, A/C, AM/FM, ste-
19,500. 334-897-0582. reo, runs well, leather
m- Nissan '02 Pathfinder int. very clean, $5,200.
r a' &su' SE. Loaded w/options
Excellent cond. $12,000. Dodge '02 Ram 1500
334-447-0053 Van. 3.9 V6 Cargo,
Chevy '05 Tahoe, 80K mi, cold AC, lad-
White, leather, CD, der rackps, radio.
3rdRow, xn-star/ Must Sell! $6500 OBO,
XM, 2WD 40,500 C i -347-
S es, very clean, Call Craig 334-347-
$18,500, Call 334-899- Sa 5547 or 727-798-3640
7099. "lDodge 93 Ram Handi-
Chevy '03 Trailblazer
Toyota '04 Tundra 47k LT, seats 8, exc. condi- 3"S go c r,.,'1
4"door All PowerTinted tion. 16,000 actual mi., ers SE good condo ,
Windows r20" Chrom rig. Price. $36,000, ask- $6000. 334-798-9718
Rims CD $13800or ing $14,200. 334-333- i Xterak5,
080'Call 334'596-2552 0685 black, V6, auto 33k
Truck Sale! Ford '05 miles $16,500 334-300,
F10 Extended Cab, ,. 8102leave message.
Ford '85 Tow Truck, dk stone, $12,900. -- ;'
custom-built 1 ton. 334-596-1883 or 334- ,r
loaded. Great condi- 791,1057 S wt .C ind. d
ion. $8,0,50, 334-791-
8695 or 334-794-2426 Truck Sale! Ford '0098 Expedition
F150 Extended Cab,
GMC '93 Gasierra Z71, ton silver, $6,900. Dodge'01 Dakota
flatbed dumbar, tGood 345961883 or 334UTILITY dr sport, automatic, V-6,
condition VEHICLpowerES7911057 39,800 miles, 334- Toyota'like ne 4-Runne
steering.15,900 334-671-4108 04 90Black SUR5 low mi. Auto. 6-cyl.th,
F150 Supercrew, gray, Eddie Bauer '04 Expedi-
GMC '91 Jimmy 4x4 loaded6.2 $13 14,00. call334-596-1883 tion07 blue. Captain Loaded, Geat cond.
Truck, 14 ft. steel ed, 3 695-2739 chairs, 107K m.row se$10,at00 $18,000 850579-4017.
num wheels 12036 Radi-
al Swampers PS, PB, TRUCK SALE! Ford '05 Ford '98 Expedition
AC, Auto, AM/FM CD F150 Supercrew, 951- $5000 obo. Good condall at r
$5500 aba. 850-762-9333 ver, $15,900. 334-596- 618-3960 for details
GMC '99 Sierra Z71, 133 1883 or 334-791-1057 6 3496
716 Shr aAZ Ne71w t Ford '98 Explorer,3rd 2
Black,Infi nef bar, tool- SPORT UTILITY !!!!! door sport, sCDeed, anti
box, bed raREDUCEDils. 15K,3,200.334- theftsystem,lug s. 143K
na nigation r vi .96-5032 aC, ntowinod. 1cKe
d condition, VEHICLES miles. $250 o 00. 334- Toyota'03 4-Runner
?7,900,s334-671-4108 00 n790-0490 SR5 low mil. warr, Ith,
GMC '93 Top Kick Dump loaded $14,000 call 334- Ford '07 Eporer Eddie exc. cond. $13,500.
Truck, 14ft. steel bed, 3 695-2739. Bauer, V6,3rd row seat,. 334798-9718. 334
ft. sides, auto., exc.. Chevolet99S0 z aski ng $20,975 obo, Ca2ll 6420 4-Rter ")O
cond., $4500, OBO 334- C7evoe'9 10 B az- 34-797-4576
701-5516 er, Good AC New trans.
with warr., New tires, Ford 05 Explorer, 3rd
infinity '04 FX 45, 38,000 clean. Runs great!!!!! row seat, CD, anti, eat
miles fully loaded, REDUCED!!!$3,200334- theft system, luggage ,000.334-
navigation, rear view, .5032 rack, towing package;,0
camera, grayish, exc. excellent condition,
Mazda'04 B2300IP/U. i393-9315 / 763-0117
68,000 ml., 5 sp. new
tires, leer camper, pioe- Rd3-6 T ota'04, -Runner
never ster, ex. shaperemaining. Like SR5 Silver Excellent
Groat X-Mas Present ElectriC, leather, war
c Jeep '95 Wrangler, wh ranty$12000 obo334
Ford '98 F-150 XLT, Chevrolet'01 Tahoe LTM w/tan soft &/bikini 791-9595
V8, white & taupe, 4x4',leather.1 owner. top, heat, a/c150k meed, 4-cyl. 5,000.060
98K hwy mL. All ser- 85k mi. Sunroof, 3rd se33,4618-1526c50 80R
ice records, diamond seat. Exc. cohd. $11,500.
plate box,'rails, liner, 334-360-0774. Honda '06 Element, 20k Toyota '07 4-Runner
$6,700. 334-797-4070 miles, $15,800. OBO SRS. SUV. Red, Auto.
S334-726-8572 6-cyl. 2 WD. 60,000
Nissan.'06 Frontier Honda 08' Pilot EXL, miles, great condi-
Nismo 4X4 pw. fully loaded w/sunroof, tion. $18,000. 334-693-
windows & door 7K ml. 24mo. warranty 0568.
locks. ext. cab v-6 remaining. Like new.
auto, tow pack. $26,00. 334-714-7251
42,000K mi. $16,500
OBO 334-685-7207. "
Nissan '04 Frontier SE,
silver tone, 55k miles,
Loaded, asking 13,000
Nissan '07Titan 5.6 LE
with king cab. 1 owner.
Leather. Loaded, 13,500
8295, before 10am or Iv.
-- - =
Toyota '06 Tacoma,
Auto.4 WD. TRD & Tow- -
ing Pkg. Tool Box, 40k ,
m,.Like new. $22,000,
Toyota '06 Tacoma
silver, auto. 6 cyl. 4WD.
29,000, Loaded, power
brakes, power steering,
CD, AC, AM/FM, stereo,
runs well, low miles,
very clean, warranty,
Like new. $23,900.Call
Chevy '01 Blazer, White
AT 6-cyl 4WD, 130k, PB
PS, CD, A/C, AM/FM, .
sunroof, $4,995 Call
Chevy '99 Suburban,
white, new remanufac-
tured engine July'08,
mi. or 3 yrs., transmis-
sion rebuilt Aug. '07, ex-
tra good cond. Clean
tape & CD player-
150,000 mi. $8,500. 334-
Chevy '02 Tahoe LS,
royal blue, less than
67K orig mi pt of ex-
tras, 2 owners.$10,500
Need.a New Home?
LT, Black, 4 WD,
183 K miles, new
trans, great condi-
tion, $ 4995.00 Call
Chevy '00 Tahoe, LT,
4x4, black w/tan leath-
er. 145K, winch & brush
guard. $7,950.-OBO 334-
Hummer ur IH,
$23,900, Red, 13,000
Leather Seats, Chrome
Brush Guard, Larger
Tires than Stock, 4x4,
Jeep '79 CJ7, 304 V8, 5
sp. transmission, new
tires, worn winch. Many
Extras! $8,000 negotia-
Jeep 01' Grand Chero-
kee Laredo, cream
color, bug shield,
side visors, roof rack,
clean inside & out.
97k miles runs great.
Jeep '08 Wrangler Sa-
hara 4x4, 8,500 mi, hard
top & soft top, towing
pkg., black, khaki int.,
Land-Rover '99 Range
Rover HSE 4.6, fully
loaded, 95K mi., $7,200
OBO Call (334) 797-0768
Nissan '04 Xterra, 64K
mi., 4x4, AT, $9,800
capped Van, low mi.,
loaded, very good
cond., auto w/over
drive, ext. top for
walk inside, new car-
pet, TV, heavy duty
$11,000 invested, ask-
ing $9,000 obo. Call
Dodge '99 Caravan, V6,
jazzy 1113 power chair
& a Harmar power
ramp inside. $5000, call
Ella Elliot H: 334-793-
7475, C: 334-797-5693
Ford '00 Econoline cns-
tom van, good condi-
tion. All power, CC,
front & back A.C.
Ford '07 E150 Cargo
van. Contractor ready
warranty, key less
entry, $12,900.000 334-
Pontiac '01 Montana, all
power, rear A/C, 7-pas-
senger, good condition.
A ppc i nrni cnts
NOTICE OF SALE
TO CHAPTER 83,
Notice is given pursu-
ant to the Self Stor-
age Facility Act, Flori-
da Statutes Chapter
83, Part IV, that C .C.
Harrison, III, Owner of
Security Plus Mini-
Storage, A self stor-
age facility,"will sell
by auction to the
highest bidder the
conent of the
,,-f-..f. .-. co-ntntts of the
Toyoa '014 Runner SR- spaces noted to the
5 2-WD $8700: 112k following lessee:
miles. West Main Car
Sales W. Main. Street Dennis Kerr
Dothan. 334-699-5880 Personal Property
Toyota'07 Sequoia Elmyra Nixro
i Personal Property
limited, 18krhiles, Mid South Respirato-
navigation, dual dvd Mid South sprato
video, leather, pearl Personai Property
white. Serious inquir- "Doris Baker
ies only. 334-797-9522 Personal Property
Toyota 07' Sequoia, Michell McKinnon
White, 24K miles, Personal Property
Gray leather interior, Jennifer Staley
Seats 8 & Bjue Tooth. Personal Property
$27,900. 334-692-3824 Michael Smith
VANS Personal Property
Unit B-13 Occupant
The same will be held
at the self storage fa-
S'-. 4 cility located on High-
-- way 90 West, Marian-
"--na, Jackson County,
FL at 4:00 pm on Fri-
day, February 13,
Chevy '95, Cargo-Van. C & T Enterprises of
Automatic, 6cyl.,107K, Marianna, L.L.C.,
$2,800. 334-691-4769 Owner
73,600 miles. 38 mpg+
2. PlacepyourAd IT TAKES TWO to Find the Right One
LexusES300'01Sadan, 3.GETRESULTS Yahoo! HotJobs and the Jackson County Floridan have joined
st To:yota '03 CorcrviI. 5,i*
Sales Ws Main. Street i.r,,y 0' Cund. $7,. '. fo
Dohans. M a li.334ree r 7 9d.$rces to bring you qualified candidates from Marianna and beyond.
Lincoln '99 Towncar,
pwr moonroof, leath-
er, AM/FM/6-cd, pwr
seats, 114K mi.,
Mercedes '06 C-230, .A i
white, loaded, leather
sunroof. 63k miles .
$16,200 OBO334-798.- oyota '09Camr SE ,
3352 wh Bte, 8k mile, per.
le d c o r cl it l r.n n 1.500 4- '
Mercedes'06 CLSS00, 334- d 4-0.1 n "5','.
white, loaded w/ cus-
tomrims,32Kmi. Toy, '9 C 3..r-
$55w00 334-685- L,,w m, one owner.. -",/"
2584/334-794-6191.seri- $2800.334494.1833 .
ous inquiries,only.!! ., ,,. .- ,', ...-.
Mercedes '07 E350, r-g-,ra,-i& tacldde ;rii 0 _J'
white and tan,. loaded ,or I,,r V-N, ,, ". -"
with nav, seen by ap- Ur,rnlir-. un-r,-(,,
pointment only. Call 0iv...r du' c lima r "r.
334-605-1070 .' ..
MERCEDES-BENZ'82 '.. ,u1 -r", ',:":'-
3805L, Blue, Convert- :'r,ro.i. :.,e ,:urtrn -.
ible. Auto. 8-cyl. 95K, ar bna *.,nd,,
Loaded, Great cond. wr," for ba., e e .
$10,000, 334803-1024. r. re ar $.r $ 3.600u
134.;01 8.u,"S, c 4 "31
Mercury '04 Grand.,
Marquis LS Limited
Ed., burgundy, Ithr,. Volks Wagon '03 letta
11,500 orig. mi, $11K GLS 1.ST. 30Ompo. bilk,
obo 334-792-3008 bDIk leather. sport = :F
Mneels. 67K, 5 speed -- --
MITSUBISHI'98 DIA- 9.500. 334 714 5433
MANTE, LOADED S9-0 371.-3
$3200.334-655-7913 vol,,o "(, Xu7.25 -uribo i
Monte Carlo SS Limited ,r,:an h X Au. O -n.
Edition. Over30mpg lu.3iarchirma.1.ton,,l. '
hwy. Black on black. 'nrmor.rsual. CD ,a.I r,
loaded, every feature. .;srt pl er. gol g n 1--"T
92K hwy mi., $10,500, .Eather,remainirg 100k1,
334-347-3549 warranty $10,900, 334-
NISSAN'00 Maxima, 701-8555/334-685-6233
green, Sedan. Auto.
120.K mi. Loaded,
Great cond. $5000.d
Nissan '03 350Z Touring
pack. 61K mi. new tires .-
& brakes elec. blue
$14,900 OBO 334-397-
0381 or 334-695-0381. VW RACE CAR, PRO
4cyl, Tube Frame, nev
Nissan '04 Altima, PW er raced, black, $2700
PL & PS, 99K mi, good. OBO, 334-726-3204
cond, $8900. 798-2747 ANYTIME for info
NISSAN'05 Maxima, ANTIQUE
Burgandy Red, 37K,
Loaded, sunroof, Like AUTOS -.. iIi
new. Sharp. $15,500,
334-790-6460. ,.as a e *
Nissan '06 Maxima SE -
Exc. cond. white, war-
ranty, 29K Hi, $15,400
OBO 334-714-6616 .
Nissan '07 Maxima SL, -
excellent cond., white, '.
warranted, 17K miles, Cadillac '68 Deville,
$21,000. OBO,334-477- Red, Convertible. $8500,
Nissan '00 Pathfind-