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A MEDIA GENERAL NEWSPAPER
BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
When a tornado hit a school in
Enterprise, Ala., in early 2007,
the only thing left standing was
The man who designed that
playground is planning two new
ones for Golson Elementary
School in Marianna.
On Thursday, he brought his
designs to show staffers there.
There's 'one hitch money,
But fund raisers and a grant
application are under way, and
the public can help by recycling.
Golson representative Anita
Hailing said a recycling bin is
being placed at the old Marianna
High School for the purpose of
helping fund the new play-
grounds. Under a deal worked
out with Jackson County's recy-
cling program, all money raised
from the materials placed in that,
bin off Daniels Street will go to
the playgrounds project.
See GOLSON, Page 5A
Mary Dungan, Aundrea Sellars and Catheririe Conner look over some playground equipment plans
Thursday at Golson Elementary School. The school is beginning a recycling drive to raise money for
new equipment. Mark Skinner / Floridan
Woman dies following accident
An elderly Graceville
woman died two days
after being involved in a
Bay County traffic crash.
Two other women from
Graceville and a
Youngstown man were
seriously injured in the
Florida Highway Patrol
identified the woman who
died as 83-year-old
Helen Pruitt. The crash
occurred around 3 p.m.
Friday. The victim died
Sunday around 10 p.m.
Pruitt was a passenger
in a car driven by fellow
Graceville resident Ola Y.
Robinson, 63. Robinson
and a second passenger,
Underwood, were seri-
ously injured in the crash.
According to the FHP
report, Robinson's vehi-
cle was hit by a truck as
both vehicles were north-
bound on State Road 77
near the intersection of
Skunk Valley Road.
According to the
report, the truck was on
the inside lane and drift-
ed into Robinson's path
as she drove in the out-
Robinson's car traveled
onto the shoulder and
began to spin. It then hit
a culvert and partially
rolled over. It came to rest
on the driver's side.
The driver of the truck,
A Graceville woman was died Sunday from injuries sustained in this two vehicle
accident in Bay County Friday. Contributed Photo
resident Orville spinning and overturned
Sizemore, was also seri- after impact, also coming
ously injured. The truck to rest on the driver's
he was driving also began side.
FHP reports that possi-
ble charges are pending
the completion of a traffic
This surveillance video shows
the suspect in a weekend car
theft. Police warn he may be
armed and dangerous. -
Marianna police are hoping
video surveillance footage can
help them catch a bold thief who
stole a vehicle in broad daylight
The victim, Marianna resident
Michael Gale, had left his truck
running while he stopped to buy
vegetables from a roadside ven-
dor near the Big Little Store park-
ing lot around 9:30 a.m.
While he was busy with his
See THIEF, Page 5A >
BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
are charged with
second degree .
arson and burning. ,
to defraud an
According to Robin
detective Greg Morgan
Lane of the state Morgan
Morgan is accused
of hiring Eric
Sutton to set her
car on fire and
report it as stolen,
in an attempt col-
lect on the car Eric
and Sutton were arrested late last
week and face identical charges
See ARSON, Page 5A >
Deputiests Investigator is new
make arrests B DEBORAH BUCKHALTERa
The Holmes, County Sheriff's
Office has charged an Alabama
man with burglary and grand
theft in connection with the theft
of some tools in the Noma area.
David Baine, of Black, Ala,.
was arrested after "investigators
compiled evidence that Baine had
burglarized a barn and had stolen
tools valued at approximately
$1,000," according to a press
release from the HCSO.
The sheriff's office in Holmes
County also reported a traffic
stop that ultimately resulted in a
Authorities arrested 43-year-
old Bonifay resident Ronnie
Weeks and charged him with pos-
session of crack cocaine. Weeks
lists an address of 1614 Highway
See DRUG, Page 5A >
PFIl.o'iO r." \Nv.,I T S i. iPh
The chief investigator for the
Holmes County Sheriff's
Office is leaving that job to
take over as the Bonifay chief
of police. The former chief is
heading o\er to the sheriff's
Chris Wells. currently a lieu-
tenant %with the HCSO. said he
expects to work out a week's
notice %with his old boss.
Sheriff Tim Brown, as he also
appears at a few functions in Ch
his new role over the next fe\ Chri,
Wells was named to the chief's position last
Friday, and was to be sworn into his new role
The former Bonifay police chief. Ronnie
Bennett, left for a position with the Holmes
County Sheriff's Office.
Wells began his law enforcement career in
September 2000, when he became a road deputy
for Holmes County. He was promoted to investi-
gations in 2001, and earned the rank of sergeant
in that department in 2003. He was promoted to
lieutenant and chief investigator in 2005.
Wells said he hopes that experience will serve
Bonifay police chief
himn well as he trios to establish
a better working relationship
bctweeli his old department
and Bonitay law enfotrctmient.
"I think [I1 be able to use the
contacLs I've developed to fuse
a belier relationship with the
sheriff's office. to established
better sharing of information
I between the city and the coun,
ty, and tr to get some of these
crimes solved in Bonifay."
He cited recent residential
and commercial burglaries as
some of the primary unsolved
Wells cases he wants to tackle soon.
'" feel they can be solved
through better communication between the city
and surrounding jurisdictions," he said.
"This is going to be. a new challenge and a new
chapter for me. I'm moving to a smaller pond, I
guess you'd say, but taking on more responsibili.-
ty. It's a position I'm looking forward to moving
into and I want to serve everybody, to tle. bst.of
my ability." '- : '
His old colleagues at the sheriff's office .voiced.
-their confidence in the new chief. -
Lt. Harry Hamilton, an investigator who served
See CHIEF, Page 5A W
Search for body
in river comes
A Sneads man was charged
Monday after he allegedly made a
false 911 call about a body in the
The Jackson County Sheriff's
Office said dispatch received a
911 call at 4:41 p.m., stating that
"either a body was floating or
someone was drowning" in the
river between Sneads and
Units from the sheriff's office,
Jackson County Fire Rescue,
Florida Highway Patrol, Florida
Fish and Wildlife, Florida State
Hospital security and police
departments in Sneads and
Chattahoochee were called out to
search for the body.
The banks of the river were
searched, and Chattahoochee
officers patrol the river in a boat.
While searching the riverbank,
law enforcement contacted James
Harrison Mason, 47, of 8179 Old
See BODY, Page 5A >
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February 10 Tuesday
Southeastern Community Blood Center Mobile
Unit will be taking blood donations from 7:30 a.m.
to 1 p.m. at DOT in Chipley. Call 526-4403.
William,H nry Milton Chapter 1039 of the
United aa'I1trs of the Confederacy meets at
11 a.m. at Jian' Buffet and Grill in Marianna. The
Dutch treat luncheon will be followed by the rit-
ual and program, "Pheobe Pember." The history,
and I< ritage group welcomes 'female descen-
dants of Confederate Veterans. Call 663-2570 for
The Republican Club of Northwest Florida
meets every second Tuesday of the month, at.'
noon, at Jim's Buffet and Grill in Marianna.
Guest speaker'and local geology expert, Frank
Shelfer, Ph.D; will discuss issues such as fossil
fuel, global warming' and -alternative energy
sources. Lunch is Dutch treat. Call.718-5411.
Christine Gilbert teaches free quilting, cro-
cheting'br knitting classes Tuesdays at 1 p.m., at
the Jackson County Senior Citizens center, 2931
Optimist Dr., Marianna. Call 482-5028.'
The Riverside .Elementary.School Advisory
Council convenes for a public meeting at 4 p.m.,
in the media center.
Smith-Kelly Post No. 100 American Legion
of Marianna will have a public ceremony to dis-
pose of unserviceable U.S. flags at 5 p.m., at the
Post home on Route 90, next to the National
Guard Armory at the fairgrounds. Anyone with a
faded, torn or tattered flag may drop it off at the
Marianna Wal-Mart or at the Post home.
The Sneads Town Council will meet in regu-
lar session at 6 p.m. in the Sneads Town Hall.
Alcoholics Anonymous has an open meeting
each Tuesday, from 8 to 9 p.m., at the First
United Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna. Meet in the AA room.
February 11 -Wednesday
Southeastern Community Blood Center
Mobile Unit will be taking blood donations from
8 a.m. to 4 p.m. EST at Florida State Hospital.
The Town of Grand Ridge Ranking Committee
meets at 11 a.m. at the Grand Ridge Town Hall, to
review proposals submitted for the Florida DOT
Roadside Beautification project. Call 592-4621.
Chipola College retirees, (faculty and staff)
meet at 11:30 a.m. for luqgh at the Gazebo Coffee
Shoppe & Deli in Marianla.'.
Alcoholics Anonymous has an open meeting
each Wednesday, noon to 1 p.m., at the First
United Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna Meet in the AA room.
February 12 -3Thursday
*'Sdutheasterrn Community Blood Center Mobile
Unit will be taking blood donations from 8 a.m. to
.2 p.m. at Graceville High School. Call 526-4403.
*. The Jackson County School Board convenes
*for its regular board work session at 4 p.m. The
board meeting is Feb. 17.
The Chipola Regional Workforce Development
Board, Inc. general board meeting is at 6 p.m. in
the Workforce board offices in Marianna. Call 800-
The Town of Grand Ridge Will hold a public
hearing at 6'p.m. at the town hall to review and
.discuss proposed ordinance No. 2008-09-Town
Charter. The regular monthly council meeting
will immediately follow. A review copy of the
proposed ordinance will be available at the town
hall. Call 592-4621.
The Malone Community Softball League a
league for Malone/Bascom/Greenwood girls ages
8 to 12 meets at 6 p.m. in Malone Town Hall.
Parents with daughters) interested in playing
softball are invited. Those unable to attend can call
Lori Hewett at 718-6697, Wendy Calloway at 569-
2230 or Tausha Wood at 209-5989.
Alcoholics Anonymous meets each Thursday
for a "closed discussion," 8 to 9 p.m., at the First
United Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna. Meet in the AA room. Attendance is lim-
ited to persons with a desire to stop drinking.
February 13 Friday
Southeastern Community Blood Center Mobile
Unit will be taking blood donations from 8:30 to
10:30 a.m. at Tri-State Warehouse. Call 526-4403.
Chipola River Book and Tea, located at 4402
Lafayette Street in downtown Marianna, will wel-
come author J.D. Robbins for a book signing of
his recent book, "Country Cookbook and Country
Stories," from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Those with pre-
viously purchased copies of the-book can bring
them in for an autograph.
Better Breathers Club meets 2-3 p.m. in the
Hudnall Medical Building Community Room of
Jackson' Hospital, 4230 Hospital Drive,
Marianna. Speaker Ann. Livingston, ARNP, CNM,
of Watson's Pharmacy presents "Avoiding
Indoor Air Pollution." Light refreshments
served. No cost to attend. Friends/caregivers
welcome. Call 718-2849.
The Jackson County Youth Council hosts a
discussion on the role of the NAACP in the com-
munity, at 6 p.m. at Kayte Wheels Buffet
Restaurant, located at 2914 Optimist Drive in
Marianna.-Call 573-0108. New youth members
welcome. Door prizes will be awarded. A draw-
ing for dinner for two at the restaurant will follow
Marianna's Gathering Place Foundation
hosts a Valentine's Dance at 6 p.m. at Jim's
Buffet and Grill. Cost is $6; all proceeds go to
local charitable organizations/projects. Door
prizes will be awarded. Call 526-4561.
Alcoholics Anonymous has an open meeting
each Friday, 8 to 9 p.m., at the First United
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna. Meet in the AA room'.
Today is the registration deadline for.
Jackson and Gadsden County Extension offices
Master Gardener Volunteer Training course.
Classes are each Wednesday, Feb 18-April 15,
from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Instruction in homeowner
horticulture to include pesticides, herbicides,
propagation, fruits, vegetables, herbs, ornamen-
tals, good bugs/bad bugs, etc. and several field
trips. The cost is $65 for the course and $75
(optional) for a set of hand books. Call the
Jackson County Extension Service at 482-9620.
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The Marianna Police Department
listed the following incidents for
Feb. 8, the latest available report:
Two suspicious persons, one distur-
bance, one robbery, one larceny
complaint, one trespassing com-
plaint, one juvenile complaint, three
public service calls and 17 traffic
The Jackson County Sheriff's
Office listed the following incidents
for Feb. 7, the latest available report:
Two abandoned vehicles, three
alarms, one animal complaint, one
assault, two burglaries, two civil dis-
putes, one dead person (natural caus-
es), one disturbance,
one drag racing com- ,- -..'
plaint, three escorts,
one road obstruction, .
one patrol request, CR]ME
one public service ---
call, five suspicious
incidents, one traffic accident, 17
traffic stops, one transport, one tres-
passing complaint, four warrant
arrests and two reckless drivers.
The following people were booked
into the county jail during the latest
Torri Hill, 32, 4323 Woodberry
Road, Marianna, driving under the
Allaina Eck, 28, 2653 Bear
Hewett Landing, Bonifay, posses-
sion of controlled substance, intro-
duction of contraband into a correc-
tional facility, unlawful possession
of listed chemicals, attempted man-
ufacture of methamphetamine, pos-
session of drug paraphernalia.
William Hunter, 34, 7847 Shady
Grove Road, Grand Ridge, driving
under the influence, driving while
Bryan Harris, 22, 2699 Ben
Circle, Alford, grand theft.
Clarence Carpenter, 28, 5844
Chapman Lane, Graceville, abuse of
disabled or elderly adult.
Jeffery Leith, no age given, 363
Clinton Drive, Birmingham, Ala.,
driving while license
suspended/revoked, fugitive from
Poly Foxworth, 46, 4848
Highway 77, Graceville, unlawful
possession of listed chemicals,
attempted manufacture of metham-
phetamine, possession of less than
20 grams of marijuana, possession
of drug paraphernalia, hold for
David Allen, 56, 4848 Highway
77, Graceville, unlawful possession
of listed chemicals, attempted man-
ufacture of methamphetamine.
John Orr, 64, 4298 2nd Ave.,
Marianna, trespassing in a con-
veyance, resisting law enforcement
officer without violence.
William Perkins, 34, 7576 Old
U.S. Highway 90, Sneads, child
Robert Looney, 47, 416 North
County Road, Slocomb, Ala., hold
for Bay County.
Tangela Peterson, 37, 4411
Phillips Ave., Caryville, grand theft,'
use of antishoplifting countermea-
Sandra Morris, 45, 1858
Highway 71 South, Marianna, petit
theft, forgery, fraudulent use of a
Tammy Immekus, 48, 16241
Rollohomes Road, Chipley, hold for
Trevor Phillmon, 18, 2085
Gorrie Ave., Sneads, possession of
cocaine with intent to sell.
JAIL POPULATION: 222
To report a crime, call
CrimeStoppers at 526-5000.
To report a wildlife violation, call
The 144th Army
Company is expected
to be heading for Iraq
in early summer for a
deployment, not 18
months, as was report-
ed in an earlier story in
It is anticipated that
the unit will mobilize in
early July, with a 48-
day train-up at Camp
Atterbury in Indiana,
before the troops move
on to Iraq.
The Jackson County
Floridan strives to make
sure content in the news-
paper is accurate. When
the Floridan learns that
it has made an error; it is
our policy to correct the
mistake promptly. To
report an error; call the
newsroom at 526-3614
Jackson County Floridan Tuesday, February 10, 2009" 3A
SHS Memorial Library Enrollment
8 h rs local memorieS.up at Chipola
I UI 1 I j % I W %AI IV1 SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
Sneads High School invites the
community to honor or memorialize a
loved, one through contributions to the
SHS Memorial Library. Proceeds
from the SHS Media Center's memo-
rial program, which was established
in the 1970s, enable the media center
to purchase extra books.
Recognize a friend or loved one's
birthday, anniversary, or other signifi-
cant event with a "Gift of Honor," or
remember friends and loved ones:with
a "Gift of Remembrance."
For each honorary or memorial
contribution received, an acknowledg-
ment note is sent to the family of the
person memorialized or honored. The
amount of the gift is confidential and
will not be disclosed. Additionally, a
label is placed in the front of each
book indicating to whom the book is
dedicated and the name of the donor.
Recent donations include: Betty
Jean Johns in memory of Linda
Holloway, Barbara McAlpin, Bubba
Beauchamp, Sue Hill McDaniel,
James Couliette, Timmy.Barfoot,
Terry Hemdon, and Kevin Wright;
and Wayne and Danylu McClamma in
memory of James A. Couliette,
Timmy Barfoot, and Kevin Wright.
For more information, please con-
tact Tracy Cloud at 482-9004, ext.
'Wear Red Day
Jackson County Clerk of Courts Dale Rabon Guthrie, front row, center, joins her staff at the courthouse steps
Feb. 6 in downtown Marianna. Guthrie and staff wore red to participate in the American Heart
Association's National Wear Red Day, raising awareness of heart disease and stroke. For more informa-
tion, visit www.heart.org. Contributed photo
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schledbled for Saturda
Feb. 21, from 10 a.m. to
.p.m. EST, will feature
Kids Zone designed f
children pre-K through
Inside the Kids Zon
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this free event feature.
something for young a
old alike: hands-on demo
strations, self-guided toui
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in Tallahassee invites the public to spend the day at its
world-class research facility Saturday, Feb. 21, from 10
a.m. to 3 p.m. EST. Contributed photo
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Chipola College has
more students this semester
and those students are tak-
ing more classes.
Total head count is up
10.5 percent with 2,160
students, compared to
1,954 enrolled in the
Spring of 2008. Full time
equivalency (FTE), an
average calculation of the
,number of hours students
take, is up 13 percent to
695, compared to 614 last
According to Dr. Jayne,
Roberts, dean of enroll-
ment services, fall and
spring enrollment has hov-
ered around the 2,000 stu-
dent-mark since 2002.
Roberts reports, that the
addition of bachelor's
degrees to the Chipola cur-
riculum have contributed to
the positive enrollment
trend as well as the fact
that many students choose
to attend a college close to
home that also offers rea-.
Chipola Vice President
Dr. Kitty Myers reports
enrollment of 154 students
in the college eight bache-
lor's degree programs for
the 2008-2009 year. Since
the RN to BSN, and BSc.
in Elementary Education
.and Exceptional Student
Education were initiated in
August of 2008, only jun-
iors in these programs are
included in the 154 total.
The group also includes
seniors in the BAS in
who will graduate in
August of 2009. 1
"Our graduation, certifi-
cation, and placement rates
are great and we are proud
to be instrumental in pro-
ducing a new generation of
educators, business lead-
ers, and health profession-
als for our district," Dr.
Myers said. "As a new state
college, we will be in the
position to offer additional
bachelor's degree pro-
grams to expand educa-
tional access to our stu-
"We are pleased that so
many students are taking
advantage of the opportu-
nities available at Chipola,"
Chipola President Dr. Gene
Prough said. "It is our goal
to make college more
accessible to the citizens of
Chipola offers college
credit courses during the
day and evening, land also
online and through inde-
pendent study. The college
awards the Associate in
Arts degree, a two-year
degree that guarantees
acceptance to Florida's 11
public universities. The
college also offers eight
degrees in Business,
Nursing and Secondary
Education with majors in
middle and high school
mathematics and science..
Chippla also offers
Associate in Science
degrees and certificates in
programs that provide
training for high wage jobs.
Several Workforce pro-
grams feature open-enroll-
ment throughout the
offers lifelong learning
opportunities in a variety of
,areas ranging from comput-
ers to real. estate. Custom
courses and workshops also
are available for businesses
Center offers classes on the
Chipola campus leading to
bachelor's degrees and
advanced degrees from the
University of West Florida,
Florida State University
and Troy University.
For admission informa-
tion, call 718-2211, or visit
time at MHS
Marianna High School Project Graduation 20(0;9
has launched its strawberry sales fund raiser.
Plant City strawberries are on sale for $14 per 12-
Strawberries will be delivered to the MHS parking
lot Friday, March 6, with flats available for pick-up
between 7 a.m. and 3 p.m.
To place strawberry orders, contact an MHS senior,
Laurie Berry at 693-1773, or Mary Bruce Hamilton
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with Wells at HCSO, said, one more big priority going
he has no doubt Wells can into his new job.
meet the needs of Bdnifay. "My first course of busi-
"They're getting an ness is to implement a set
excellent technical inv6sti- of policies and procedures
gator who knows his way at the police department,
around a computer and who and see that they're fol-
is a very methodical and lowed," Wells said.
thorough. He'll make an "I'm going to focus on
excellent leader. If the city the need for professional-
council gives him their sup- ism, appropriate appear-
port, the sky's going to be ance and working with the
the limit," Hamilton said. city council and the com-
Wells. said that, other munity to move the depart-
than focusing on the ment forward," he con-
unsolved burglaries, he has cluded.
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177. According to a press unspecified "unusual
release about that incident, behavior of the driver and
a Holmes County deputy items in the car" that led
had originally pulled him to ask for consent to
Weeks over because the search the vehicle.
vehicle he was driving Authorities say that search
didn't have properly oper- led to the discovery of
ating brake lights. "suspected cocaine in a
The officer reported cigarette pack and sus-
that, after he stopped the pected crack cocaine in
vehicle, he noticed the driver's shirt pocket."
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Officers failed to find a
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tion, Mason admitted to
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making the face 911 call,
the sheriff's office stated.
Mason was arrested on
a charge of making false
911 calls and was booked
at the Jackson County
Thief Continued From Page 1A
purchase, police say a hea%) -set white help in identifying the individual have seen him is asked to call the MPD
man with brow hair jumped in the dri- believed to have stolen the truck. His or CrimeStoppers. A cash reward will
very's seat of the.1995 teal-colored Z71 image was captured inside the store. be paid for information leading to the
Chevrolet Silverado. The man sped shortly before the theft. identification and arrest of the suspect.
away eastbound on Lafayette Street, However, authorities stress that the. At the time the truck was stolen, the
and was last seen turning south on suspect should be considered armed suspect was wearing blue jeans and an
Milton Avenue. and dangerous and should not be olive-colored shirt with navy blue
Police are asking for the public's approached. Instead, anyone who may sleeves.
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Halling said the school is opti- them more exercise-oriented. appropriate, Halling said.
mistic about a $350,000 grant from The design would place three activ- The school's supporting PTO has
the Lowe's hardware chain. That ity circuits on the playgrounds, already donated $3,000 to the project,
application will be submitted in the replacing sit-and-swing equipment and the school has some corporate
near future. with more active pieces such as rock partners who are kicking in to help as
The old playgrounds haven't been walls that children could climb, well.
refurbished since the school was first The new equipment will be made A playground kick-off party is
established, Hailing said. They are in of all recycled material, making the being planned, and more information
need of an overhaul that would make recycling fund raiser particularly on that will be available later.
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in the case. Sutton's bond was set at
$55,000 and Morgan's at $15,000.
Both remained at the Jackson County
jail as of early Monday.
Lane said Morgan eventually con-
fessed to the scheme.
He said shortly after the car was
seen burning off Mount Tabor Road
with no one inside Sept. 8 last year,
Morgan called the 2005 Dodge
Stratus in as stolen.
According to Lane, she initially
said she'd lost the keys to her car
while at a park with her friends, and
that she had left the area for a time.
When she returned, she said, the car
She subsequently changed her
story, telling Lane she hired Sutton
for a sum of $100 to burn the car.
According to Lane, Morgan said she
followed Sutton to the bum site and
drove him home after the car was set
The insurance company was noti-
fied of the alleged circumstances and
never paid the claim, Lane said.
Can't catch me
Devin Barnes and Blaise Willis race down the
court at Sneads High School during halftime at a
basketball game. Mark Skinner / Floridan
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Marianna, FL 32446
Franklin Judd, 57, of
Marianna died Friday, Feb.
6, 2009, at Jackson
Hospital in Marianna.
A native of Wartburg,
Tenn., Mr. Judd lived in
Orlando before moving to
Jackson County in 1967.
He is survived by his
mother, Lillie Findley of
Lumberton, Miss.; two
.brothers, Stephen Judd and
his wife Sherry, also of
Lumberton, and Mike Judd
and wife Lesa of Belmont,
Miss.; and one sister, Lisa
Rowland and husband Jim
of Chesapeake, Va.
The funeral service is at
2 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 10, at
Sunlarid Chapel, with the
Rev. Greg Roberts officiat-
ing. The family will receive
friends one hour prior to
the funeral. James and
Sikes Funeral Home-
Maddox Chapel is in
charge of arrangements.
3960 Lafayette St
Charles W. Davis
Charles W. Davis, 87,
died Friday, Feb. 6, 2009,
in Marianna, after living
many years with
dent of original
settlers of Marianna,
Charles lived his entire life
in Marianna, except during
his four years serving in the
Marine Corps during
World War II, and while
earning his B.S. from
Florida State University.
Charles was preceded in
death by his parents, Walter
and Pearl Davis; two broth-
ers, James Folsom Davis
and Frederick Floyd Davis;
and two sisters, Elizabeth
Davis and Evelyn Davis
He is survived by his
wife of 60 years, Ruth
Ervin Davis; and his four
children, Charles "Chuck"
Davis Jr. and wife Lisa of
Marianna, Linda Rowland
and husband Larry of Fort
Collins, Colo., Richard
Davis and wife Cathy of
Tallahassee, and Mary
Pettis and husband Rick of
Mr. Davis is also sur-
vived by 11 grandchildren:
Bobby Davis and wife
Brandy, Steve Davis and
wife Amanda, Jason Davis
and wife Nicole, Krissi
Davis, Amber Rowland,
Russell Rowland, Sara
Davis, Andy Davis, Lisa
Davis, Michael Pettis and
Stephanie Pettis; as well as
Zac Davis, Sarea Davis,
C.J. Davis, Sean Mandigo,
Isaac Branca, Devin
Cheshire and Emma
Cheshire. Also surviving is
his brother, Walter R. Davis
Jr. of Lakeland; and sister,
Pearl Davis Peacock of
The family will receive
friends from 6 to 7:30 p.m.
Monday, Feb. 9, at
Marianna Chapel Funeral
Services for Mr. Davis
will be at 10 a.m. Tuesday,
Feb. 10, at the Marianna
First United Methodist
Church, with Dr. Bob
McKibbon and the Rev.
Bob Calvert presiding. A
private burial service for
family only will be held
afterwards at Riverside
Memorial flowers may
be sent to Marianna Chapel
Funeral Home, or dona-
tions in Charles' memory
may be sent to the
Activities Department of
Marianna Health and
Rehab Center, 4295 Fifth
Ave., Marianna, FL, 32446.
Funeral Home is in charge
Expressions of sympathy
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Indians clinch conference Sneads,
tied for first
B\ DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR
The top-ranked Chipola
Indians clinched their sixth
straight Panhandle 'Conference
title Saturday night, while tying
the school record of 24 straight
wins with an 89-56 victory over
the Tallahassee Eagles in
Chipola won without leading
scorer Casey Mitchell, who sat'
due to an ankle injury suffered
The Indians didn't seem to
miss him, shooting 51 percent
from the field, with six different
players scoring in double figures.
Torye Pelham led the way with
14 points and 10 rebounds. Josh
Sain added 14 points, Gary
Flowers 12, Darrell Williams 11
and Justin Brownlee and Jeremy
Jacob had 10 each.
"It really says a lot about our.
team," Chipola coach Greg Heiar
said of playing so well without
Mitchell. -"We've always had
multiple weapons here and we've
always picked each other up
See CHIPOLA, Page 2B >
Chipola Kaleb Wright goes up for a shot against Tallahassee Saturday. The Indians won 89-56,
clinching the Panhandle Conference title. -Mark Skinner/Floridan
Malone looks to improve this season
BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTs EDITOR
After a disappointing end to the 2008 sea-
son, the Malone Tigers will open 2009 \\ ith
an eye on a deep playoff run.
The Tigers suffered a heartbreaking loss o10
Laurel Hill in the first round of the pla offis
last season. But they return five seniors this
season, led by starting pitcher Aaron Conrad.
Dayvon Larry, Kevin Warren, Derek Welch
and Chris Williams also return as seniors for
the defending district'champions.
However, Malone coach Max Harknder
said there's more uncertainty going in this
season than there was last year, meaning the
Tigers may not hit their stride until the second
half of the season.
"I don't think we'll be playing our best
baseball early," the coach said. "It %% ill take us;
a little while to figure it out, because last ear
everybody knew pretty much x here they
were going to play. This year, we've got some
kids who have played the infield % ho \till
have to play outfield, and vice versa. We'll
have to work all that stuff out."
The Tigers lost a pair of major impact pla -
ers from. last season in pitcher/shortstop
Justin Bryan and third baseman Tre\or
Harkrider said replacing them non't be
"Those guys did a lot for us offensively."
the coach said. "They hit it real %%ell. You
could stick JB anywhere and he could play
any position. We'll miss that."
Conrad is still playing for the Tigers' bas-
ketball team, although he could be back b\
the time Malone opens the regular season
Feb. 25 in Donaldsonville against Seminole
Conrad and sophomore Derek Orshall will
be the top two pitchers for the Tigers this sea-
"They'll be pretty steady," Harkrider said
"They're both experienced."
The third pitching spot will go to one of
three players -. Warren, junior Jeffrey
Pittman and junior Will Dunaway.
Offensively, the departures of Bryan and
Blackburn leave a big hole.that will have to
be filled by a collection of players.
"Aaron Conrad, Blake Henson, Kevin
Warren, Dayvon Larry, -Jeffrey Pittman,
Derek Orshall, they're all going to have to
step up," Harkrider said. "That's the fun and
challenging part of it, seeing these guys step
up. Every year it's a different team. Last year
doesn't matter. We're looking forward to this
While last season was a success in that the
BY SHELIA MADER
Two local high school softball
teams competed in the
Blountstown Pre-Season Softball
Classic Saturday. Sneads walked
away with two wins, one coming
at the expense of their county
Sneads took a 7-0 win from
Franklin County in their first
game, before handing Marianna a
7-1 loss in the second game.
Karissa Childs started for
Sneads and went four innings,
allowing one hit and no runs
before being relieved by Ashlen
Wilson. The reliever threw one
inning and allowed one hit.
Offensively, Sneads was led by
former Lady Bulldog Leigh
Berry, who was 2-for-2 on the
day, followed by Samantha
Culpepper, who launched one
over the fence.
In Game Two, Sneads started
Alisha Edenfield, who went the
distance before time was called in
the four inning. Edenfield gave
up one unearned run on four hits
and an error, and fanned six.
Berry, Edenfield, and Childs both
had two hits in that game, with
Culpepper collecting an RBI dou-
ble. Kayla Kelly had a single in
For Marianna, sophomore Hali
Stout started on the mound and
pitched three scoreless innings
before giving way to sophomore
Eron Milton. Milton gave up
seven runs before the game was
Leading the Lady Bulldogs in
offense was Taylor Smith, with a
single and a double, followed by
Krista Griffin and Jennifer
Cramer, both with one hit each.
See TOURNEY, Page 2B >
i Chipola wins
BY SHELIA MADER
Malone Tiger Dayvon Larry practices hitting Monday. The Tigers hope to go fur
state playoffs this year. -Mark Skinner/Floridan,
Tigers won the district championship, the sea-
son-ending loss still leaves a bitter taste for
the Tigers, according to Harkrider.
"We felt like we should've won that game,
but Laurel Hill played better than we did and
,they deserved it," the coach said. "But it's
something I bring up every day to them to
remind them how it felt. We don't want to go
through that again, so maybe that can be our
If the Tigers are to get back to th
and make a run, they'll have to avo
nificant injuries as they are carryii
players this season.
"We definitely can't be hurt. W
stay healthy," Hark4rider said. "V
chance to be OK, but we're on
injuries away from being not real. g
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The Chipola Lady Indians
improved to 7-2 on the season
with a sweep in a doubleheader at
Chipola Field" Sunday against
Gordan Community College.
The Lady Indians' shut out
Gordan in Game One, 9-0, and
won the second game 2-1.
Rayna McClinton started in the
circle for the Lady Indians and
pitched the shutout, giving up no
hits and fanning 11 out of 15 bat-
ters she faced.
Michelle Hewett who scored the
first run of the game for. Hewett
singled, stole second and third
and scored on a single by Kellie
On the day, Hewett was 2-for-3
with two runs scored. Tera Gainer
was 2-for-2 with a double and
added a walk, followed by Kami
Fannin, Amanda Vickers, and
Kara Gordon who all picked up
In Game Two, the Lady
Indians' Brook Muth picked up
the 2-1 victory.
Offensively for the Lady
Indians, Hewett, Gordon,
Khrystyne Ely and Kelly Dill all
Following the game, Head
Coach Belinda Hendrix was
pleased with the wins.
"We hit the ball well in the one
game, and our pitching did it for
us in both games," she said. "We
are getting stronger with each
game and are cutting down on our
miscues. That's all you can ask of
your team, is to continue to
improve with each game and each
Chipola will be off until Friday,
when they travel to Dothan, Ala.,
to take part in the Wallace Dothan
College Tournament. Game times
were not scheduled as of press
The Jack-.on Count' Floridian
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Chipola's Latoya Williams fights for the ball Saturday,
against the Lady Eagles. The Lady Indians won
Saturday and are tied for first in conference play.
Chipola. Continued From Page 1B
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when someone was down
and this was no different.
"The kids responded.
We've got 10 or 11 guys
capable of scoring 20
points; that's why this team
is. special. To have the lead-
ing scorer out and you can
still play like that says a lot
about our togetherness and
belief in each other."
With the conference race
now officially over and the
Indians sitting at 9-0, Heiar
can now afford to be patient
with Mitchell's return.
"Casey is day-to-day, but
we won't bring him back
until he can move and cut
and run without a limp," the
coach said. "We're not in a
rush to bring him back. We
need him healthy for the
The run of six consecu-
tive league titles started
when Heiar was an assis-
tant for' former Chipola
coach Chris Jans during the
Since taking over the fol-
lowing season, Heiar's
Indians have won the
Panhandle, one of the
toughest conferences in the
nation, every year.
"I say it-a lot, but you're
only as good as the people
you have around you,"
Heiar said. "I honestly
believe I've been surround-
ed by really good people in
my time at Chipola and I've
been successful because of
that. I don't play, I just
coach. I couldn't do it with-
out the. players and the peo-
ple who work for me."
This season, the Indians
clinched with three games
left to play in conference.
"To do it in the first nine
games is a pretty good
said. "It shows a lot.about
these kids. We've had a lot
of games in the league
where we were down in the
second half and fought
back and won the game. It
says a lot about the kids and
the work that they've put in
since they've gotten to
Chipola to be successful."
When the Indians travel
to Niceville to play
Northwest Florida State
Saturday night, they'll have
a chance to break the
school record for consecu-
tive victories of 24 set
just last season.
"I think that says a lot
about that sophomore
class," Heiar said.
Mitchell, Flowers, Pelham
Continued From Page 1B
Following the game,
Sneads coach Kelvin
Johnson praised his team. "I
thought we played very
well. I was impressed with
Marianna was scheduled
to host Graceville Monday
night, while Sneads was
scheduled to host Liberty
County. Results of those
games were not available at
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three games in their career
with the Indians.
The Lady Indians also
took an easy win over TCC
Saturday night, improving
to 7-2 in the Panhandle
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way with 20 points and 11
Sequoya Griffin added
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rebounds for the Lady
Indians, who are .tied for
first place in the league
standings with Gulf Coast.
Chipola held TCC to 28
percent shooting from the
.field, and outrebounded the
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Run' Must il 40H "bandoneo sweet our friendly Classified in Alford. City water & 334-68l-4218.
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51bs10:.50 DO tons 1,2,3 BR, also 1 850-258-4868/209-8847
S$250 S5yd. Man BR handicap Pet 2 &-3 BR MH' s for .
anna. 850-592-2507 friendly, ca for de- rent in Cottondale,
S Furbys (15) 8 have TAKE ME tails. 850-593-5137. monthly & wkly rates o Chaparral 210 SSI '05
$10/ea,$120 fore. M OA Eqal Housing Oppor- avail. 850-554-9934 tor. ea top, ga2anzedtraile
SOBO 850-593-2431 ToyMalti/poomos 2BR/1BA in Alford: r.ia' trail r custom cover, rage
35 08 850-9s43- o l so, 6o" storeds-only20hours,+
Gascthrr4Pod(FsoItshouse- COMMERCIAL $250-5+96p2: r573t.E many extras. Like new.
97 John wayne Items: Husqvarna lawn trac7 $500 8S0-445-6471 r 3 $25,900,334-475-3803852
87 John Wayne Items:8tor. Used lass than 'ACar Trailer -gO, 24' E
Doll, bear, 21 pic- a season.'$150 850- iBusiness Office SPace MH FOR RENT In Cy- Enclosed with winch L
tures, 18 sculptures, 263-2701 1000 SF, Private kit- press; $340 -$550/mo. $5000. Just Like New! S
21 plates & much /break/bath,uti, incl. No pets/ smoking.Ref. 334:-58-6640 $
more $1000 OBO 850- $LO O K 700/mo 526-3668 Req. '(850)685-2353 BoQAT/MO1TRS "5"
593-2431 Aluminum 15ft, fishing
lO lL-24 D J., SM 3/1 Quietcleanll. TAILERS boat 25HP motor trail-
Horse Traiien 1999 i EX/RENT Water/septic/lawn/p er, trolling motor, fish i
HCE s eat Clasi c goe I estlncl. NoPets. Watkins 7927foot, locator. $3000 334-671- ri
W .Cato Classic, goose- $500/mo, 8502091027 8HP Yanmor, at Port St. 2998 6'
S' neck3 horse, alumi- 1 BR duplex in GR onJoe Marina 27 north
Heaters, 2 big electric num, weekend pkg. paved road near Bon- i dock. $16,500.334-897- '99 Cobra Bass Boat,
heaters $50 each, 1 with tack room, TV, dies, $425, 1st & sec. REAL SSTATE 2167 or 334-733-0020 40hp Johnson motor,
smallheater $15 obo. microwave, refrigera-. N' 850-272-8880 new Mlnkota 401b
850-237-1764 tor, electric jack, re- Triton'08,18 ft. Explor- thrust. $5500 OBO
tractable awning, Lg 2/1 Pvt& extra nice, 2BR/1BA House in GR er w/115 HP Mercury 850-352-4274
Washer and Dryer, $10,900, 334-685-1627 i :arr ,rh yad 2 $30K (850) 573-0598. Optimax. 71 pound mo-
works great $100 pair $ 0 334-685-2 W m,i i Courtnouie tor guide, 480 GPS/flsh 34 ft. House Boat,
850-693-0809 Regulation size Pool 6 m8 2 I. 3/2 in Compass Lake, fin r, stainless steel Sleeps 6, good cond.,
"lid slate top, W/access- Hs/ ac lot, screened in $18,600.334-774-5412 or Call 334-792-1079 or
ories & overhead pool ] pool, carport $206K 334-790-1346. 334-718-9054
light $1250 U MOVE 4CRI Ar 850-980-3022
Bicycles, adults & (850) 263-3255 *Cheap Timberland* 3BR/20A Foreclosed
dren's $50 Welded wire, 1/2"xl" 757 acres@$1,500/ac home! nly $23,7501FREE
850-526-8795 x 36"x 100' galvanized Jackson Co. FL Must Sell! For listings FREE
Children outd $10 or $2/ft. Marian- Near Compass Lake 800-570-8898 ext. 536 CLASSIFIED'ADS:
Chlldrens outdoor na. 850-592-2507 '06 Rolls RiteGoose- Nice Timber, Creeks TU NDER $200
playhouse $65.850- 06 neck Traler, 25,0oo00 Great Hunting, 496 Beinville Ct. UNDER $200
93-0234 GVW,20ft bed, Sft dove No Clear Cut 4/2, largeyard, MERCHANDISEONLY
Near new ig dog ig tail oak flooring,side 'Call Katne 850-509-8817 Alford, FL
loo, $65 850-526-8795 bodi es, rampouses/REs (ne--289-2356 LET US HELP YOU CLEAN OUT
Typing chair black in ver been used) Always H[ [HOVS /R T"I
color$35.very nice sheltered in barn, Used FR 8BED New, great location, THAT GARAGE, SHED, OR
850-526-5252 ery little. $7 200 9- $170K incl.clsg cost, SPARE ROOM, CALL, FAX,
H B ^ .^ 850-569-2262 eves. 209- -For Rent 3 bedroom/2 if qual. 102% loan, EMAIL OR GO ONLINE
S8479days ath alliances & 4%, 30 yr,8505268367 EMAIL OR GO ONLINE
Code books, com lete 12ft hay mower, partially furnished 10 PH: 850-526-3614 or 800-779-2557
set of 2004 Fl. code Reduced to $10,900, minutes from Marian- New house for sale FAX: 850-482-4478
books need updates 850-866-2774 na $600/mo with $500 7040 Bamberg Lane P.O. BOX 520 MARIANNA, FL 32447
195.00850-526-525 skis, almost new, $150 14 ft'KMC Field deposit 12 mo lease Hwy 69A GR, $115K firstname.lastname@example.org
850-557-7350 Cultivator 3-57 Massey agreement 718-6019 (850) 877-9340
Ferguson Flip siows.
BOATS/MOTORS CAMPERS/CAP /
I TRAILERS TRAVEL TRAILERS TRAVEL TRAILERS
pr Weekend Warrior Toy
Hauler '08 SS2500 1/2
Sprinter 1999 5th
wheel 27ft, with slide
5 Hunter 23.5 sailer out room, fully loaded
/trailer, '03 5hpHon- with new hitch. $8000 Prowler Camper,
a, 2much2list, $10k 334-805-3058 Ig. slide out, 38', 2BR,
BO, Call 334-806-2822. GSportsman'0 5th Great cond., $10,500,
$27,500 OBO, 334-618-
7808. 98 Coachman San-
Outback '0631 RQS tara, 35ft. 23,000
Loaded $16,900 OBO miles, 7KW
334-618-4501. generator, 2 en-
Montana 2005 5th tries, ducted CH/A,
Wheel, 4 slides, king hydraulic levelers,
6' BAYLINER 29ft. Vol- bed, excellent condi- rear queens, sleeps
S260 eng., Gen., Heat- tion. $34,500 OBO 850- 6, leather power
Air, wn/trailer, low 547-2808 captains chairs,
ours $12,500 0BO 687- Montana 02'5thheel basement model,
169, 334-703-31380 Camper, 32.5 ft. 2 slides, great shape, all
mounted space heater, records, $32,000.
new 4000 Onan records, $32,000.
generator w/inside re- 850-762-3865
a l0 mote, $25k OBO, 850-
2Sofza 593-6946 Need a New Home?
Sportfishing Yacht Macso'06 5th wheel tCheck out
Designed by world w/slidaout, used lyr the Classifieds
renowned designer w/sldeout, used lyr
Tom Fexas. by non-smoker, can En,
be seen at 2469 El Be-
Dual Mercedes turbo thel Church Rd. GR.
diesel engines. $19K 850-593-6058
166 Total Hrs on Jco'08 Eagle 5th
Yacht and engines Jayco '08 Eagle 5th -
Yacht and engines wheel, 291 RLTS, war-
Raymarine E120, ranty, also Dodge '07
Autopilot, Hi def 2500 diesel. 334-791-
Radar, VHF Custom .4192 '95 Westport by Fleet-
Fighting Chair, wood, 34' 2 slides, rear
Custom long Range Jayco '03camper, 34 ft. kitchen, hardwood
Tank, 60 Ga lon Bait 2 Slide outs exc. cond. floors, good condition,
Tank outriggers, likenew on rented lot $11,500 687-2684, 334-
tournament rigged with waterfront view 703-0125
Lake Eufaula $19000
Compare at 1.4 OBO 334-793-0021.
million. Sacrifice Hard Top for a Jeep'04
$950,000 will trade Wrangler, Black,
for equivalent ocean very cean, Like new.
/ waterfront proper- $1,200., 334:79-0626.
ties or trade down
for pleasure boat. Gulfstream '03 26' Fifth
Wheel w/slide out,
view Yacht at Great cond. Reduced
http://www.sportfis $10,000, 334-726-2186.
Cal1865-805-1448 Forest River Surveyor 5th Wheel Newmar
'06 30ft. Travel Trailer, '04 Kountry Star
004 90 hp Mercury self-contained, sleeps 3 5ft. HOME AWnAY
ut board $3750. firm $15900 334-726-6645 FROM HOME!
Iso 9.9 HP Evinrude $15,900.33472664 Loaded, very clean.
650. 334-774-3165 or Fleetwood '06 Utah Like new. $42,500,
34-791-7208 Pop Up Camper. Mint 850-272-6904.
condition, 2-King sz,
beds, sofa bed and ta- 31' FLEETWOOD. '97
ble bed, AC & Refrig- fully self contained.
erator, small galley, queen bed, slideout
Cassette commqde. & canopy. great cond.
$5000.334-702-9975 $8500 334-803-3305
FLEETWOOD '05 Prowl- 2006 custom park mod-
003 Hunter 356 er AX6, fifth wheel, 36ft, el Log Cabin used 3
cellent condition 4 slidesfireplace,large months perfect forlake
oaded w/features, shower, 30/50amp. A lot, hunting cabin or
leeps 7, Sacrifice at real must see at: mother in ?aw suite on
104,900, 850-596-7710 $36,900 334-687-2994 your lot, ready to move.
06 Fisher 1710 crappy DUTCHMAN'07, 33 ft. $33,900. OBO (251)654-
ro boat. 60HP 4-stroke Travel Trailer, with 5586
mercury. Professionally Super Slide, sleeps 8, 1995 Shasta Travel
gged. $10,200. 334- used twice, $16,900 Trailer, 22 ft., sleeps 4,
92-3378 or 797-8008. 334-688-8606 $5500,334-794-2921
Old 54" Projection I
television may or may
not Work $20.850-
2 Bookcases $40
each or $75 for both
2 matching end tables
$30 for both 850-593-
36" TV w/Entertai-
nment Center $350
O80, Surround Sound
Antique Dining Room
Table and 4 chairs
Complete set of 2004
Florida code books
Forest Green Bakers
Rack, $85 BO 850-
879-4365 after 7pm
200029hp gracaker Tuesday, February 10. 2009
Black & Decker 18" 160 Front End Loader,
Hedge Trimmer $20 asking $4500, 334-588-
850-482-2039 0323, 477-3152
4425 J.D. Combine Both
Heads, 7 Peeressdry-O
ers KMC four row shak-
er & Bahia seed exc.
germ 334-266-5907 or
Adams '07 2-horse,
THE SUDOWU GAME WITH A KICK!
DENTAL HOW TO PLAY
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WANTED 0 8334-68-4218
Dental Assistant: numbers so that eacd column, row and
present assistant Gandy 4 row insecticide 3x3 box contains the digits 1 -u90only once.
professional. Paid John Deere 5103, 44HP, GC T M ASABI
holidays, retirement, rake & box blade, 140 GET MORE WASABI
4day workweek. hrs.$98000850-209-4266 PUZZLES ONLINEI
T-F, 8-5 or Mow- ARCHIVES AND MORE GREAT GAMESAT
Faresume to r, 26 HP x 48BOXERJAM.COM" Hydro.
850-638-7358 New engine, $0350. BOXERJAM.COM
Will trade. 334-702-9566
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7repar, and maintenance of our Press & Plate
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Shighquality products within deadlines are a must.
SThi position requires a minimum of two years
offset printing experience preferably operating web
presses, but will consider sheet-fed experience.
High school graduate or equivalent preferred.
Company benefits including medical, dental, eye
Care, prescription card, paid vacation, and 401K.
IfteIested send resume to:
adie Gibson, VP Production
Dothan Eagle, PO Box 280, Dothan, AL 36302
or emnil t email@example.com.
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4 CAMPERS/ MOTORCYCLES/ MOTORCYCLES/
TRAVEL TRAILERS ATVs ATVs
2003 Keystone Cougar E Suzuki '07 Blvd pearl
5th wheel, Series 276 Cubcadet '07 Utility white, 800cc Like
EFs. 28t. w/living G Vehicle. 20hp Cat new! Windshield,
room s rea on" Diesel Enine Camo, bags, pass-backrest,
$13000, 33me-702-8267, Auto. great condi- luggage rack, engine
leave a message, lion. $8,500. guard $5400.
08' Amerilite Travel 334-685-4218. 334-475-3551
Trailer 21'/ ft. Fullv self ... -
S AUTOMOBILES AUTOMOBILES
SUV. Auto. 8-cyl.
Cadillac'04 CTSeinx e AWD approx
cellent condition 36,000,Loaded,
$16,500. 334-740-9155 Power brakes,
r: ne m j Om nwrA, Po r steering
contained, usedonce. Harley'03Fatboy, sil- '" S full loaded 31,500 CD A/C AM/FM,
Pd $13400, asking 1 0k ver/black, extras ++, mi. mmaculat con- nav.,DVD player,
850-579-2217 $13,500 080, 334-347- m dition. $24,500.850- stereo, low miles,
1 MOTOR 547n592-2773 8nmoon roof, leath-
er Int., 20-inch
8 9HOMESO 5 04_I0_s 40- factory chrome
whis. Like new.
Swivelwheel '07 Ssking pay-off
Motorcycle ATVor only, 334-714-1916
M s H Golfcart Trailer. or after 5:30 pm,
Loading Ramp 334-774-4449.
HARLEY DAVIDSON www.cruiserlifts.com, CADILLAC'96 DeVille,
'04 Road King Black, Like new Automatic air excel- -
- Custom, Black, 1753, $2,600, lent condition $2,995
Winnebego '99 Brave Like new. $16,000 334-714-2406. 334-695-1339
35-C, 35', living rm, negotiable, 334-.1
slide, 35k mi., Alcoa 334-774-9215/ Yamaha'02 Raptor 660, Cadillac'96 Fleetwood, -
wheels; new tires, gen., 334-379-8163. fully loaded with acces- Broutgham Edition,22"
jacks, $33,500 obo, 522- series, ridiculously rims, exc. cond:, 78K
3564 HarleyDavidson'05Su- clean & fast, $3500,334- miasking6400 OBO Honda '03 Civic Coupe
perglide, customized 805-0816 Automatic, One Owner
w/ lots of chrome, mint Yamaha 02'Zuma Camary '94 LE $7800.120k miles. West
I B tond. 7500. mi. sacrifice Ymaha0 ua Main Car Sales WM. St.
$14,900. 334-648-0348. Scooter. 6400 mi. $700.!! iRUNS GOOD! Dothan. 334-699-5880
& lugage rackexcel. 365-3177 xA504 Honda '07 Civic Coupe
con $1600.l850-352- Touch screen GPS navi-
cond. $1600.850-352- Cars from $500 Il gation system, DVD
S 4723 Police Impounds for player, 26K mi., black,
Yamaha'05 FZ1, blk, sale Listings $14,000786-223-2278.
R-VISION '06 Trail-Lite With extras, $4500 800-570-8736 x 2802 .
26ft fully loaded low obo. 334-618-6107
mileage like new! In- Yamaha'05 R6 Raven.
clude's navigation sys- Harley Davidson '0 6657 miles, $5400.
tem. Reduced to Screamin Eagle VROD, 517-204-1542.
$52,500 080 334-616- Red, 7K ml, warranty,
6508 to seel $18,000. Call 334-714- Yamaha'07 V-Star
REDUCED 5940. 1100. $8000. OBO low HONDA'07 Civic Si,
'03 Class A Monoco La miles. 334-790-2021 6HONDA'07 Civic Si,
Palma. 2 slides. IBlue, 6-spd. 24,000,
bath. Loadednl car Yamaha '07 Wave Chevrolet '03 Tahoe Loaded, moon roof,
dolley & all furnishings ,6t Runner GP1300R, 2 LT. SUV. Black, Auto. Additional Transfer-
(dishes, towels, etc.) '" EL seater, 1297cc tilt & 8-cyl. 2 WD. 78,000, able warranty, Like
$75K. 334-790-3480. sn trim, easy loader excellentcondition.' new. $17,000, 334-775-
PRICE REDUCED 08 Road King. trailer, lie ew, 26 AM/FM, stereo, new 439
Lexington 0629ft,3 Crimson Red, f hrs, $10 6 new- sl tires, either int. Honda '97Accord SE
slides, full body paint 6-spd., 675 miles, very clean, $16,400. auto/2dr/great cond.
11K miles, like new. excellent condi- 2899 or 334-685-2798 Call 334-790-5685. $3,800.334-790-2224
$55,000 firm. More info tion warranty, Yamaha 08'Grizzly 4x4
334703-2500 334-618-9828. esi, 215 miles, 24 hours,
Monoco Knight'06, asking payoff of $6,500.
Save $25K or more. 334-237-3068 .
MDisel, 4Yslides, 4300 mi, '. Yamar, Z0 p5g, 2 All M-/M 334-
many upgrades *-' 06.S i,5-rl F,'VSia A .l l .n.d 075
$Gulf59,700. 850 866-2774'. cyl. 31000, very clean ,m itro103 .' ut pipe tires, eatherin
21' Triton, 71Kmi.,gene- Like new. $10,500, great condition.334- vecen 16,400
rator, 2 airs, new tires, 334-618-45Hyunda '04 Accent. 4
,l,, 0'9,, 3r, U uM3 I Chevrolet 03 Tahoe door, automatic. 67K
S Nrt class C, 28 ft. miles LT, vSUVery Black, Auto. miles, 38MPG. $5200.
or h HARLEY DAVIDSON only 10 miles 90mpg, 8-cyl. mina2 WD. 78,000, 334-790-7959
'95 Dyna Custom, 64 mph $2900. excellent condition.
Black/Purple Flames 334-701-4243. Loaded, CD, AC, '
outs. non-smoker Motorcycle. pet-spd. 2- Yamaha YZ122 AM/FM, stownereo, new
Gulf stream class C, 9000'. cl. 31000, very clean, stroke, pro circuit pipe tires, leatherocks & roof, warrantyin Greatt.
Sw 406-1999. $Chev *03 Z06Corvette, 6, less then 20K miles
21' Triton, 71K mi.,gene- e new. $10,500, great condition. 334 very clean, $16,400.
rator, 2 airs, new tires, 334-618-4527. Must 726-3842 Call 334-790-5685.
2 new batteries & hitch see to appreciate.
$11,500 obo. 334-522- Chevrolet '65 Corvair
4419/813-469-1592 C H-D '02 Ultra Classic, Chc-nd" ,,3--yr-.
slides, 2 Ble & GTVs, warrantey, Motorcy-3,500. convertible, 4 speed. HYUNDAI'06 Sonata
Fourwindce maker'08 Chateau cl. 1500, Loaded, low Very good con. GLSnew tires, power d r.
sport class C, 28 ft. miles, very clean, Like $5,00. 334-2371 039 Auto. 4-cyl. 2 WD.
Clas A0153407 92AC original exc. condo. : M2 D.
Workhorse Chassis 6.L new. $13,000, 334-7 2005 Dodge Neon, Power brakes, Power
Votec5578K m. no s 334-797-8755 4 door, 4 cylnChevrolet '99 Lumina steering, CD, A/C,
outs. non-smoker & pet einsumrncee AM/FM, stereo, sun-
free. Reduced $51,000 HOD'06 Heritage Sottal cond., CD, pw locks& roof warranty, GSreuat
OBO serious inquiries Classic. White, 5-spd., TftW."_c windows, white, 89K cond. $10,995, 793-5596.
only. 334-522-3652. 700 m., excellent con- $3,200. 677-395314
dHome o. $16,00. Call 334- $500 Police ImpoundsHyundai '07, Sonata V-
Da2700mi, Take over 00'pay- 791-406-1999.46 Buy Chevy 'Trucks / SUV03 Zs convert 06Corvette 6 less then 20K miles
35mon f nt.CasAdes- e gExcellent coed. 35K m, immaculate condition
er. V- 527917K 2 classic, exc. cond., For listings white, 59k miles, great Main Styr.. 334-699-5880.
slides, 2 AC, 2 TV's, warranty, $13,500 miles, HEVY '06 Malibu Hyndia '06 Sonata LX
maintained, new tires, lift, 28 inch ITP tires, power dr.
fuly loaded new paint,500. HD 2000 FXDX, roof, 30mpg Exc cond locks & steering, CC
334-9-4746. Dyna Super Glide .$13K OBO, 714-9756. heated seats, 6-dis .cd,
among Day Break 01', $7985. black all $12,900 334-445-1057
Clas A, 15.500K,2 AC, original exc. cod. 64,500 mi., $16,700
Lg slideut, good 26,200mi, $15,000. plus 334-983-4446
$39,999. OBO. Please 334-333-620200.
call 334-239-4966 Chevye'94 Camar ,
call 3-2-Hyosung '07 CRGV650. New Blue, S edan. 5- spd. in a
1997 Four Winds Class $4,000. 0. 334-790 6-cyl. 2 W. Loaded,
DamonC, 31 ft, A/C stovaybreak back tire. $600. OBO 2005Dodge Neon, Power brakes, Power
Motorhome. 31 ft. 334-797-8755 4 door, 4 cylinder, au- steering, CD, A/C, runs
cond. Comes w/ 2-whl HONDA '06 Rancher tomatic, economical, well, new tires, T-Tops,
car doily. 334-792-0619 350 Es, green, 4-spd 2 56K miles, clean, very clean, Great cond. Infiniti '00 130 Loaded
Concord Coachman '05 cyl. 2 WD. 350 miles $5700. 334-790-7959 $4000.,334-618- 3414. 143K ExcellentWith
Motor Home. 23' long Like new. 4000., 334- $500 Police Impounds! Chrysler e,'02 Sebring, Warranty, $6,295.West
27m, Tae over pay- 791-0046 Bmilesy Trucks / SUVs convertibleearl Main Car Sales, 1862 W.
04 Pace Arrow 37 C, For listings white, 59k miles, great Main St. 334-699-580.
ments.850-593-5103 Honda '07 Rincon, 680 800-570-8736 x 4700 Christmas present! Jeep '03.Wrangler,
Work Horse Ch lssis. 2 tires, A r $28,800. 334-671-8391. Dodge $ 07 Charger, 4 mi7es. West Main Car
fully loaded, new paint, 12 inch ITP rims, warn Looks & runs good. oor, black, $15,900. miles, 6 inch sky jack-
indoor kept. $02,500. bumper, 4 year war- $1,800. obo 726-1459 er lift, with 31 inch
Call 334-792-0010, or ranty. $5750 OBO. 334-232-1290 tires. $12,500. 334-
334-792618-0717 KAWASAKI06 MULE Audi'03 A6 powerowncar
S3301 0 4x4. Red, excel- e Ford'03 Mustang GT 8pwr moonroof, leath
wing. Backcherry, 64,50 m., $16,700 BO.seats,114Kmi.
26,200mi, $15,000. plus334-726-2168 334-983-4446
matching bushtech Corvetti00C5 exc
trailer 7,0O0mi. $4,000. ; cond. low mil. new
334-693-9287 -- top, new wheels &
IL Hyosung '07 GV650. tires magnetic red in
1997 Four Winds Class $4,000. OBO..334-790- color. $19,500. 334- Kia '03 Rio Cinco
C, 31 ft, A/C, stove, mi- 2021. 793-4228 after 6pm.or Wagon, automatic.
crowave, fridge, sofa, 701-5605 before 5p. 73,600 miles. 38 mpg+
dinette. $18,500. Call KAWASAKI -'03 Vulcan
334-791-1450. 1500 Cla~sic. Never laid BMW '03 325Xi, Blue, $9. 334-790-7959
down, 19,000 miles, px- Sedan. 5-spd. 6-cyl.
cellent condition. Load- AWD. 51,500, Great mw-t
%:'.. "t,'. ed, $7,500. 334-702-7775 7098 .$-.
Kawasaki '05 Mule, 2 BMW '04 545i. Sedan.
wheel drive, $5300 850- Titanium Silver, Auto. CORVETTE '85, $6,00
209-4266 8-cyl. 2 WD. 63,800 OR T 85, 00 3
miles, excellent con- 0355-1202Lexus ES 300 '01 Sadan
'04 Pace Arrow 37 C, edition. Loaded, Super Clean $9995. 110k
Work Horse Chdssis. $28,800. 334-671-8391. Dodge'07 Charger, 4 miles. West Main Car
19K, loaded, 3 slides, L O O K door, black, $15,900. Sales W.Main. Street
99 tow car, $93,000,334-232-12980-69-5880
334-618-0717 KAWASAKI '06 MULE Lincoln'99 Towncar,
'I MOTORCYCLES/ 3010 4X4. Red, exc Ford '03 Mustang GT i pwr m oo nr,
lent condition. Top Convertible yellow er, AM/FM/6-cd, pwr
1and Windshield 30,600 mi., clean,:exc
248-6198,248-2984 $4,50g. 334-894-2021
AUTOMOBILES AUTOMOBILES PAcRTS|ss TRUKS
Nissan '03 350Z Touring- Dodge V8, 318 Engine Ford '03 F250 Super-
pack. 61K mi. new tires Motor & Transmission. crew V-10 gas Triton
& brakes elec. blue Running engine in SUV motor, Centennial Ford
$14,900 080 334-397- $600 each 080. 334- addition, Black, FX4
0381 or 334-695-0381. 333-5463 wh. dr. Lariat. 145K ml.
NISSAN'05 Maxima, .'/ ton flat bed dumo $15,000. 229-308-0259.
Burgandy Red, 37K, body, power take of
Loaded, sunroof, Like Toyota '09 CamryE, hydraulic, good condi- Ford'06 F-150 XLT,
new. Sharp. $15,500, kmile ,er- tion. $1800 334-794- super cab, candy
334-790-6460. fect condition, 21500, 418 apple re withnn match-
Nissan'06 Maxima SE 334- 71 4-3755 You Name It no Tonneau cover,
ssc. cond. white, war- Classified Has lt!! 84K miles. $9200. O80
ranty, 29K m, $15,400 Volkswagen 05' Tor- 334-379-9166 or 334-
S334-714-6616 guareg, Gray w/sa- U PICK-UP 774-0377
NIS '7 m e interior, 40kS7 or d4 F-250 XLT Su
NISSAN07 35Z Tour- miles, top oftheline, H TRUCKS Ford '07F-2oXLTSu-
g Roadster Convert- sun roof, V8 option,d- per Cab, diesel, bur-
auto, leather. Like New heated seats, auto- radio, V6, Maroon neck al, exc. condo ,
$28,700 e. 334- smatic w/manual shift Ext. cab, 4 door & bed 12K mi, $26,000,
$28,500. i, g 334-695-3866. .. cover. 17,500 mi. Like 334-693-9220
UpLiUn, sLeing owr $1,500.334 -3 7 07
Nissan '07 Maxima SL, wheel controls, si$de 66or334-8 65167 Ford '97 F150 XLT Super
excellent cond., white, curtain air bags,wi- -6396or334-80-6 Cab, Triton V,8, dia-
warranted, 17K miles, ndow shades for back Chevrolet '051500 LS, 1 mond plate tool box,
$21,000. OBO. 334-477- seats, and rear air. $ owner Crew Cab, 67,500 bed liner, bed extender,
0176 23,800 334-701- mi., two tone paint, all exc. cond., $6900, 334-
8555/334-685-6233 power, $14,500, 714-4210 or 677-6007
Call 334-792-2724 Fd, i F-2
. "'- Volvo 04'V70, 2.5 turbo Ford 01 Lariat F-250
-2 wagon, 73k miles, Auto Chevrolet '97 Pickup, Diesel, Extended cab
P- n/manual shift option, 6 cyl. with a/c. Runs 90K miles $15,000.
dual air climate control, good. $3500; Call Leather interior. 334-
memory seats, CD/ca- Richard @ 334-701-9667 677-6309 or 797-7074
ssett player, old iw/tan Chevrolet '83 Silvera 'A.
Slather, remaining 00ok ton, with toolbox. GoodFord '01 Ranger Ex-
8 warranty $10,900, 334- t tend Cab, Captain
S 2ndowner, all 701-8555/334-685-6233 condition.45All power & at Automatic
miles Bright red. 92K A/C. $5,450. 33479 $4800seatAutomatineg.850-
d. rey LX int. Load- Chevrolet '041500,4x4, $4800 will ng. 8509-9497
ed wall opts .Has regular cab, long bed,
orig. MSRPLit.& 39K, $9,000. Please call Ford '83 Ranger, 2
manuals. $5,0008 ." .l 334-726-0729 WD, auto, auto, white, bed-
OBO. 334-671-418 or .liner, new tires, new
334-596-8292. Chevrolet e0 exZ71s Reg clndr.
-- Cab. Pick-up. Gun Metal exhaust,4 cylinder.
S VW RACE CAR, PRO Grey, Auto. 8-cyl. 4 WD' 1st $600 CASH drives
4cyl, Tube Frame, nev 52000, great condition, it away. Call Gary
MB j er raced, black, $2700 Power rakes, Power 334-347-7326
OBO 334-726-3204 steering, CD, A/C, .....
ANYTIME for Info AM/FM, stereo, $14,000. &Xc. .. _a41 -
F..... r 334-488-4621. w .'- .'
hl A H H U ANTIQUE 1Chevy'00 Silverado 6.0 .- .
Nis san '93 M .a.xm Eng. Ext., cab w/long '
Nissan'93 Maxima AUTOS bed, CD, Full towing
All Power, White. .. ..... pack. $7,000 334-477- .
Runs. Perect $3500.00 ,. '- '" 2271. -B ,.T E
Call 334 596-2552 a c- Ford '01 Ranger XL
S '" .;. ,' Super Cab 3.0 V/6104K
warranty $6 995 West-
= "Main Car Sales, 18629W.
-j ". Main St. 334-699-5880.
^' L. / '"-W Ford'95 Ranger XLT,
Cadillac '68 Deville, ext. cab, low mileage,
Red, Convertible. $8500, $2500,850-569-2262
,, 334-774-9243. Chevy'97 S 1500, eves. 209-8479 days
NISSAN'96 Altima, 130K miles, 4.3 V6, .
Automatic, air, excel- Runs & looks good. '
lent condition $2,995 $3800850-557-1798 :..,-
334-695-1339 CHEVY 99S-10 LS,
5sp, 4cyl, a/c, AM/
I- FM, fac mags, ex
!'W ^ tires, cloth int, rep. lie
'~" clutch & batt, topper, Ford 'qq Ranger XLT
Fst-ep .sid, tir hookup. $3500 Super-Cab 4.0 V/6 91K
Ford '68F100 step side, (850) 569-2777/693- Warranty $6,495 West-
REDUCED, MUST SELL, 0848 Main Car Sales, 1862 W.
OLDSMOBILE '97 Cut- black, MSTA$5,500 Main St 334-699-5880.
lass Supreme, Auto- obo. 334-671-3772.
matic, air, perfect *"., _..._ ......
condition, one owner ; -' -
$2,995 334-695-1339 .! .. 3 .. .
Pontiac '06 GTO, 6.0, ."' -
400HP 24,000 miles, i .
black in/out, one Chevy' 00 S10, white
owner $26,000,850- .1 L/S Ext., cab 4-3 en-
352-3752/850-557- gine 111,000-mi, pwr
6666 MUST SEE'! PRiCE brakes, pwr steering,
Pontiac '07 G6, 4 cyl., REDUCED. Ford '68 pwr wdw, A/C $5995
silver, 4 door, 14K mi., 100 Shortwheel OBO 334-714-1142
w/ cruise, $13,900, Base, 95% re- Chevy 04' Tahoe Z71,
(334) 445,-6302, stored- newly re- Burgandyw/ beige
(334)733-0579 built 6 cyl. 240 en- leather, 83k miles,
gine (less than 80 steering wheel con-
mi.) with 3-speed trols, 3rd row seating
manual trans. in fir, w/center bucket
new paint & body seats, 6disc cd chang-
work, new tires & er In dash, power
rims, too much seats, rear air con-
newer stuff to list! trols, $16,800334-701-
Looks & runs great. 8555/334-685-6233
PONTIAC '07 G6 GT, ONLY $5,500 NOW.
Black, Conv. Auto. 6-cyl. Serious inq. only! Chevy '88 Vi ton, pick
15,400, Loaded, leather. 334-791-6011 up, brown, V8, runs &
Like new. $19,000, 334- Thomas looks good. 63k miles.
886-2399. $3800. 334-803-2819
Dodge '07 Ram 1500
*,, quad cab, red, 4dr,
S"..'" '* CD, remote door lock
.S --, tow pkg., under 36K
PONTIAC '69 GTO judge. .
Race Car, 7.0 Heads. up Reduced-Sacrifice
or-Super Pro Bracket Chevrolet '57 Bel-Air, 4
Class NICEBa-ck Half door, new eng.& paint,
$11,000, 229-321-2092 75% refurbished. Many
extras Taking bids
-P .' starting at $12,000.
-1"a- 334-793-5534 DODGE '06 Ram Silver,
Auto 6cyl 2WD 25k CD
SEAVy 'RUCs/ A/C7Like new $16,799
TR LEIRS 334-790-4509.
Pontiac '71 Grand Prix 20 ft.. triple axle car
Project Car, needs o brakes$1950. 334- Dod
334-687-0805, 695-6568 Truc, Ext.Cab
Race CarDirt lat mod- 53' Dry Van Trailers, Auto.Diesel 4 WDO
Race Car Dirt late & 2od- Good Condition, $5000. 150,000 miles, fair
enclos05 raur Man & Up. 334-393-3559 or condition. Power
enclosed hauler. Many 334-393-7904 brakes, Power
extras. 334-355-0298. steering, CD, A/C,
Chevy '03 83K 4WD AM/FM, stereo,
2500 HD Gas $9500 runs well, new
850-209-0815. OBO tires, $7,500.
Ford '99350 V-10super- 334-85-4218
dut ext. van. tow
pac, exc. cond. 78K Ford '01 F150 4DR XLT
ml $6,750. 850-638- V8 Triton, 76K, Tow
l"' 71 pkg. True workhorse!
Saturn '07 Aura XR, FREIGHTLINER '01, Ford '02 F250 Ext. cab
9,800 mi., like new, FDL120. Semi truck, 4WD, 7.3 Diesel, Mint
white, Ithr, sunroof, all 810,000 mi. good Condition black, all
options, MUST SEE TO cond. $19K OBO, 850- leather, lots of extras.
BELIEVE! $21,150 obo, 352-4808 $16K OBO 334-685-3832
'" BMW'06 3251 silver' Maxda5 '07 MiniVan 3 7 .ii '
m. BMW '06 325i silver, Ford '05 Mustang, V-6 Great condition. 35K,
-p346emilmpes 1 owner. premium edition, Fully White, 5dr, pwr/door
34K miles, I owneraver locks/windows. Must
S$20,900. 334-714-3932 Asking payoff $12,000. 6 sale!o/ B 33 97.Mu
'-you are looking for. W Mazda '02 Millennia, V6
'09 PANTHER 110CC .. .' '' B 1 B loaded, leather, and-
ATV 4 stroke disc MW 545105' Black, r sunroof. $6500 OBO. Suzuki '04 Forenza,
AsTV4s r500 o l Badk f 45ancnes.aFly6Corded, 3 K-70 -10 30
brakes throttle limiter Kawasaki'06ZX-10R 45K miles. Fu Loaed3347011038 4 cylinder, autoatc,
remote control start/ Black, Motorcycle. 32b0 Excellent Condition. 25
kill. $399 brand new in miles runswell, low mi. per gallon. $32,500. Mercedes'06C-230, 4door, loaded,
the crate 866-399-1138 mils, Grat cond. Main Car Sales,, 334-797-0768 white, loaded, leather 30+MPG, 34Soara Convertibles,
$7000, 334-87-8624.' Man St 334-699-5880 wi sunroof. 63k mies $5500. excellent
CLASSIFIEDS bl o 5 Ford '06 Mustangcki $16,200 DBO 334-798- 334-790-7959
-*- - -- Road Star'011600, Buick '00 Regal LSM4 $10,2000,334-803-1024.
We're Working For Kawaski '02 ZX12R ather 3352
Youl ver good cond adlesut rnt. premium sound,
rid en, $5,500. 334-983- uodeda o 5 exc. condo Mercedes '06 CLS500,
2003 HD Road King 1707. 23Kmi, Reduced $15,900 white, loaded w/!cus-
SH R K 0 . e s e i t o Bank financing avail- tom rims, 32K mi.
asking $9500.00 call Kawaski '07 Mean able Call 334-5883400 $55,000 334-685-
482-8221 -Streak Special Edition. 2584/334-794-6191. seari-
lander00HO,4x4, Under 500 miles. Extrasrd MW'90525 Edous inquiries only 30 mpg
2005 BIG DOG included, $8,000. Call Loaded, 94K Greenwith MT
334-585-0160 334-899-4247 Warranty $4,595 West Mercede03 NISSAN'00 Maxma, Toyota0095 Corollary
New Carburetor, 200mi, Blue $1650 850- Main St. 334-699-5880 with la seen by ap- $8995.4128k miles, West
& Mirrors;G 258-1538 Bonneville '05 GXP, 8 334-685-1070 Dothan. 334-699-5880
BIKE I STILL NEW Ranger '06 700 EFA/C North Star V8 engine,1.8T, 30mpg, b
2800 Miles. $16000. Camo, excellent condi- Mtalic ga ste reo y, runs K Ford '06 MustangRedV LX 4 NMERCEDESBENZ '82
Call: 334-796-1251 tion. $8200 OBO. 334- miles $18,500 850- Auto. 6-cyl. 35,500 mi,, 380SL, Blue, Convert-
798-2181 209-1087 very clean, Great cond.$9000 69K Pble. Auto. -cyl. 95K,
$12,100, 334-798-5753. Loaded, Great cond.
.----.. Road Star '011600, Buick '00 Regal IS, 4 $10,000, 334-803-1024.
dressed out, 12K miles, dr. w/console, auto, I Ford '64 Thunder- I
$5900. 334-790-4360 cruise, tilt. pwr seat I bird. 82K mi, 1 own- Mercury '04 Grand
Suzuki '02 GSXR600, etc. Orig owner, 102k I er, $4000. Will trade. Marquis LS Limited
.. ,Sport Bike. Too many ml. $4,990 obo. 334- I 334-632-8114. Ed., burgundy Ithr, Toyota'02 Camry LE
access. to listI Immacu- 347-3378; 308-8021 11,500 orig. mi, $11k Very Clean, 114k miles
Iacces tli Must see it! Ford 95 MustangCo .obo 334-792-3008 $8995.00 West Main Car
latobike.MsSales 1862 W.M. St.
2005 Bombardier Out- $4750. 334-805-0816 A &nvertable $2500 850- Monte Carlo SS Limited Dothan. 334-699-5880
lander 400HO, 4x4, Suzuki '06 Boulevard726-0256 Edition. Over 30 mpg
auto., 50 hours, 2500 4 b 800cc, 750 mi. Like Honda '01 Accord XL hwy. Black on black. Toyota '03 Corolla, sil-
winch, tow bar, brush new, crash bar & $1,3. All wer, auto, loaded, every feature. ver exc. cond. $7,000.
guards, front & rear orha&AST 92K hwy mi., $10,500, Call 334-303-7396 or
racks, oaded, $4500. windshield $5,000. CD PF r LITGS AL T-3
334-585-0160 S334-618-2542.(800)-365-3177 xAS03 NISSAN '00 Maxima, Toyota '95 Corolla.
Wadhoy buggyg'06nr, 4 500um, like new, Had Honda "03 Accord, areen, Sedan. Auto. Low mi., one owner,
WD, wench, gunrack 1500ml, Calac'00 DevIll cupesunroof, leather 120.K mi. Loaded, $2800. 334-494-1833.
$6500 FIRM. 334-498- $10,000. 334-714-9654 Pearl, Auto. 8-cyl. seats,'75K miles. 14,000 Great cond. $5000.
3032 VERUCCI '05 50CC, 4 94000, Power steer- 850-685-5542 (Troy) OBO, 334-701-4702. Volks Wagon '03 Jetta
stroke, 120 MPG plus 45 ing, CD, A/C, AM/FM, GLS 1.8T, 30mpg, blk
Eagle 100cc Camo MPH, Sportster replica stereo, runs well, Honda '03 CRV LX 4 Nissan '04 Altima, PW w/blk leather, sport
blue w/racks, $500 $1,200.34-355-1339 be- Great cond. $10,000, cyl Red $9000 69K PL & PS, 99K ml, good. wheels. 67K, 5 speed
Must Go0850-557-0162 fore 6 PM 850-482-4848. miles 850-482-5434 cond, $8900. 798-2747 $9,500. 334-714-5433
Ford '04 F150 Fx4, Super
Cab 6-disc CD,68K m.,
$15,500, Call (334) 897-
I ki .
GMC 'O 1 Ton Box
Truck, 68k mi,., 1 owner,
auto/air, $9,500, good
Tommy Gate '04, Auto.
4-cyl. 34,100, Power
steering, AM/FM, Great
cond. $15,999 obo, 850-
Isuzu '99 NTR Diesel
20 ft. Box Truck. Wide
lift gate, AC, AM/FM,
exc. tires all around,
new front brakes.
150K ml. Must sell
due to business cut
back! $9000. 334-793-
3170 or 334-435-0298
Volvo '97 dump truck
W-64, tri-axle, 16' body.
ext. side, R swing barn
door. $19,500. OBO 334-
B PARTS &
20" Rims $400 OBO
22"Rims for sale $800-
Camper shell, one yr.
old. Fits F-150 '99,
Black, Like new. $600.
Ford '08 F250 Lariat
Crew Cab, 6.4LD, Auto.
8-cyl. 2 WD. 27000,
Loaded, Like new.
Ford '08 F350 Lariat
Crew Cab SRW 4WD
Pick-up. Blue over
beige Auto. 6.4L Turbo
Diesel. 7,800 miles. Per-
fect condition. Loaded,
warranty, $44,000 obo
Ford '02 F150 Lariat, Ex-
tra Cab, tool box, new
factory trans. 108K mi,
runs great $8500 080,
Toyota'05 Tacoma X-
Runner, Red, 36K miles,
Loaded, Great cond.
$16,000. OBO. 334-347-
Toyota'04 Tundra 47k
4 door All Power,Tinted
Windows ,20" Chrom
Rims, CD, $13,800 or
OBO. Call 334-596-2552
Truck Sale! Ford '05
F150 Extended Cab,
dk stone, $12,900.
334-596-1883 or 334-
Truck Sale! Ford '00
F150 Extended Cab,
334-596-1883 or 334-
Truck Sale! Ford'04
F150 Supercrew, gray,
TRUCK SALE! Ford'05
F150 Supercrew, sil-
ver, $15,900. 334-596-
1883 or 334-791-1057
H SPORT UTILITY
CHEV '04 Avalanche Z71
loaded $14,000 call 334-
Chevrolet'99 SI0 Blaz-
er, Good AC New trans.
w ith warr., New tires,
clean. Runs great!!!!!
Chevrolet'01 Tahoe LT.
4x4, leather. 1-owner.
85k mi. Sunroof, 3rd
seat Exc. cond. $11,500.
Chevy '01 Blazer, White
AT 6-cyFord '85 Tow Truck, mi. or 3 yrs.4W, 130k, Ptransmis-
PS,CD,on rebuilt Aug.'07FM,
unloaded. Great condi- tra goofd cond.$4,995 Call
Chevy '99 Suburban,
whiteFord '89 15 new remanufc-
tured engine July,'08,
Ford'85 Tow Truck, oGood 3 yrs. s transmis-
custombuilt $ton, si7K on rebig mi, lot ofg. ex-
loaded: Great condi- tra good cond. Clean
tion.$8,500,334-791- tape & CD player-
8695 or 334-794-2426 150,000 mi. $8,500.3334-
Ford '89 150 with tool Chevy '02 Tahoe LS,
rack and tool box. Good royal blue, less than
condition, A/C. $1,545 671 orig ml, lot of ox-
334-794-5418 tras, 2 owners.$11,400
Ford '04 XLT Super Cab, obo, 334-797-7990
towing pkg,, bed liner,
tool box, 53K miles,
$15,000, Call (334) 794- 4 ,.
0751 0 W FAN
GMC'93 Gas, 1Atton CHEVY S a oe
flatbed dump. Good LT, Black, 4 WD,
condition, A/C, power 183 K miles, new
steering. $15,900. 334- trans, great condi-
794-5418 tion, $4995.00 Call
GMC '91 Jimmy 4x4, 6.2 334.718.2605
Diesel 4 in lift. alumi-
num wheels 12x36 Radi-
AC, Auto, AM/FM CD
$5500 obo. 850-762-9333
GMC '99 Sierral71,
Black, nerf bar, tool-
box, bed rails. 150K,
7,900.334-671.4108 Ch'1 Tahoe LT,
GMC.'93 Top Kick Dump 128k ml, sun roof, Ithr.
Truck, 14 ft. steel bed, 3 3rd seat, heated seats,
ft. sides, auto., exc. TV, ALL power, new
cond., $4500, OBO 334- tires, $8,900 OBO. 678-
Honda 07 Ridgeline, Chevy '00 Tahoe, LT,
red, loaded, 12,000 4x4, black w/tan leath-
mi., $26,500. Call 334- er. 145K, winch & brush
guard. $7,950. OBO 334-
735-3177 or 735-3125 793-9130/205-907-0861
infinity '04 FX 45, 38,000 Chevy '01 Tahoe Pew-
miles, fully loaded, ter Metallic, 2 WD,
navigation, rear view
camera, grayish, exc. leather new motor &
cond., $31K, 718-6640 transmission loaded,
Ford '98 F-150 XLT,
V8, white & taupe, 'W /s "
98K hwy mi. All serv-
ice records, diamond
plate box, rails, liner, Chevy '05 Tahoe,
$6,700. 334-797-4070 White, leather, CD,
3rd Row, on-star/
XM, 2WD, 40,500
Nissan '06 Frontier miles, very clean,
Nismo 4X4 pw. $18,500, Call 334-899-
windows & door 7099.
locks, ext. cab v-6
auto, tow pack Chevy '03 Trailblazer
42,000K ml. $16,500 LT, seats 8, exc. condi-
OBO 334-685-7207. tion. 16,000 actual mi.,
Nissan '07 Titan 5.6 L orig. Price. $36,000ask-
with king cab owner, ing $14,200. 334-333-
Leather. Loaded. 13,500 1685
niles. $24,000. 334-794-
8295. before 10am or Iv.
:y, 5 speed, $1695850-
uuuye us U'OIDak
39,800 miles, like new
Eddie Bauer '04 Expedi-
tion, blue. Captain
chairs, 107K mi. $10,500
Toyota '06 Tacoma OBO 334-673-0823.
silver, auto. 6 cyl. 4 WD. Ford '98 Expedition
29,000. Loaded, power
brakes, power steering, $5000.obo. Good cond
CD, AC, AM/FM, stereo, 618-3960 for details
runs well, low miles, Ford '07 Explorer Eddie
very clean warranty BauerV6,3rd row seat
L ke new. 3,900.Ca asking $20,975 obo, Call
Ford '05 Explorer, 3rd
row seat, CD, anti
theft system, luggage
rack, towing package,
93k miles. $7,900 334-
393-9315 / 763-0117
Tyota '02 Tacoma SR5,
E Cab. Must berefin-
anced loan balance
$12 000. 86k mi., exc Great X-Mas Present
cond. Call 334-475-1785. Jeep '95 Wrangler wh.
w/tan soft & /bikni
Toyota'00 Tacoma top, heat, a/c 150k mi. 5
SR, TRD Extended speed, 4-cyl. 5,000.OBO
Cab. Red, Auto. 6-cyl. 334-618-1526
119,000 miles, Load- Honda '06 Element, 20k
ed, $9,000. Must sell miles, $15,800. OBO
ASAP. 334-718-6569. 334-726-8572
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6B FLORIDAN CLASSIFIED .
SPORT UTILITY VA s LEGALS
VEHICLES B I
Honda 08'Pilot EXL, ,.'. Ir.,'.. FORTH IN SECTION
fully loaded w/sunroof, k733.7020 OF THE
7K mi. 24mo. warranty FLORIDA PROBATE -
remaining. Like new. CODE WILL BE FOREV-
$26,900. 334-714-7251 ER BARRED.
Hummer '07 H3,
$23,900, Red, 13,000
miles, Red/ Black
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.,
Jeep '02 Wrangler
Sport. 6-cyl. 4 WD.
70K mi, Convertible,
JEEP '90 YJ HT 5-spd
6 cyl 4WD 3" Lift/
Invest Sale $7,999
Rover HSE 4.6, fully
loaded, 95K mi., $7,200
OBO Call (334) 797-0768
Mercury '99 MT. Dk.
Blue w/ grey leather,
sunroof, 89K. Loaded.
Great cond. $5900, 334-
Nissan '07 Pathfinder
SE, Black, Auto. 43K
mi. leather int., 3rd
row seat, Like new.
IN THE CLASSIFIED
Nissan '02 Pathfinder
SE. Loaded w/options
Excellent cond. $12,000.
Nissan '00 Pathfind-
ers SE good cond.,
Nissan '04 Xterra, 64K
mi., 4x4, AT, $9,800
Nissan'06' Xterra S,
black, V6, auto 33k
miles $16,500 334-300-
8102 leave message.
Toyota '05 Highlander
limited, white leather,
all power, 7 passenger,
6 CD changer. $19,500
Black, SUV. Auto. 6-cyl.
2 WD. 80,400 miles,
Loaded, Great cond.
Toyota '03 4-Runner
SR5 low mil. warr, Ith,
exc. cond. $13,500.
793-6420 after 5:00
SRE. SUV. Red, Auto.
6-cyl. 2 WD.60,000
miles, great condi-
CHRYSLER'03Town& SET FORMER ABOVES
Country Van, low ANY CLAIM FILED
miles, pricebelow TWO (2) YEARS OR
wholesale$4,995334- MORE AFTER THE
695-1339 DECEDENT'S DATE OF
Classifleds have what DEATH IS BARRED.
you are looking for.
The date of first
'1 Q p publication of this no-
ticet is Februaryr10,
Attorney for Personal
Linda Jorge Carbone
Flrirda Bar No. 0995-
Dodge '01 Grand Cara- 940
von ES, red, Van. Auto. FOWLER
6-cyl. 2 WD. 112,K mi. BOGG5 P
miles, Loaded, Power Post Offi
brakes, Power steering,
CD, A/C, AM/FM, ste- Tampa, F
reo, runs well, leather Telephor
int. very clean, $5,200. 7411
Dodge '02 Ram 1500 tive:
Van. 3.9 V6 Cargo, E. JACKS
80K mi, cold AC, lad- 501 E.
derrack,s, radio, yard
Must Sell$6500 BO, Tampa, F
Call Craig 334-347- a
5547 or 727-798-3640 LF14399
Dodge'93 Ram Handi- IN TI
cape d Van, low mi., COl
loaded, very good FOI
cond., auto w/over JUDIC
drive, ext. top for OF TI
walk inside, new car- FLORID
pet, TV, heavy duty JACK!
air compressor, CIVI
$11,000 invested, ask-
ing $9,000 obo. Call Case No.
Dodge'99 Caravan V6, TAS L
jazzy 1113 power chair WHITA
& a Harmar power GAGE CO
ramp Inside. $5000, call
Ella Elliot H: 334-793- Plaintiff,
7475, C: 334-797-5693
Ford '00 Econoline cus-
tom van,'good condi- USBEL
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front & back A.C. KNOWN
$10,800. 334-794-5418 USBEL
Ford '07 E150 Cargo RIVERA
van. Contractor ready DENISE
warranty, key less T H E
entry, $12,900.OBO 334- SPOUSE
Oldsmobile'04 Silhou- GRANTI
ette, Beige, Van.Auto. NEES,
9-cyl. 2 WD. 87k miles, LIENORS
Loaded, Great cond. TEES, Al
Pontiac '01 Montana, all BY, THE
power, rearA/C, 7 pas- OR AG
singer, good condition. N A M E
$4500. 334-299-3378 or D A N
I TV SF
PONTIAC '04 Montana
Van, light gold, tan in-
terior, extra clean
ce Box 1438
IRT OF THE
HE STATE OF
A, IN AND FOR
R, BEAN &
JR; THE UN-
E OF TERRIA
OF SAID DE-
IT(S), IF RE-
D, AND IF DE-
;, AND TRUS-
ND ALL OTHER
T ( S ) ;
S, OR TRUS-
F SAID DEFEN-
i) AND ALL
H, UNDER, OR
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Toyota '07 Sienna XLE
HANDICAP RAMPVAN Defendant (s).
8K miles ex cond
Loaded, leather, Nav, NOTICE OF SALE
DVD, Paid60K, Ask
$46,600. 334-899-8741 Notice is hereby given
$4600.334899874 ~that, pursuant to a Fi-
Judgment of Foreclo-
sure entered in the
&epucAnoIN in the Circuit Court of
* orderr. Jackson County, Flori-
Appotin mtr s da, I will sell the prop-
xrulings erty situate in Jack-
c o ,an oi'.Rs son County, Florida,
I described as:
IN RE: ESTA
The East 1/2 of Block
7, MCDONALD MAS-
SEY ADDITION TO
THE TOWN OF COT-
to the plat thereof, as
recorded'in Plat Book
A-4 Page 62, of the
Public Records of
Jackion County, Flori-
To include a:
1997 Meritt VIN
1997 Meritt VIN
3137 Zion Street
Cottondale, FL 32431
CREDITOR at public sale, to the
-- highest and best bid-
The administration of der, for cash, At the
the estate of RICH- North Door of the
ARD R. POWELL de- Jackson County
ceased, whose date Courthouse at 11:00
of death was Decem- .a.m., on March 5,
ber 23, 2008: File 2009.
Number 09-16PR is
pending in the Circuit Any person claiming
Court for Jackson an interest in the sur-
County, Florida, Pro- plus from the sale, if
bate Division, the ad- any, other than the
dress of which is property owner as of
Post Office Box 510, the date of the IIs
Marianna, Florida pendens, must file a
32447. The names and claim within 60 days
address of the per- after the sale.
and the personal rep- Witness, my hand and
resentative's attorney seal of this court on
are set forth below, the 3rd day of Febru-
All creditors of the
decedent and In accordance with
Toyota'014 RunnerSR- persons having the American with
52-WD $8700.112k claims or demands Disabilities Act of
miles. West Main Car against decedent's 1990, persons need-
Sales W. Main. Street estate on whom a-ing a special
Dothan. 334-699-5880 copy of this notice is accommodation to
Toyota '07 Sequoia required to be served participate In this
limited, 18kmiles must file their claims proceeding should
navigation dualdvd with this court WITH- contact the ASA
video, leather, pearl IN THE LATER OF 3 Coordinator no later
white. Serious inquir- MONTHS AFTER THE than seven (7) days
les only.334-797-9522 TIME OF THE FIRST prior to the proceed-
PUBLICATION OF THIS ings. If hearing im-
Toyota'04 Sequoia SRS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS paired, please call
Awesome vehicle, AFTER THE DATE OF A (800) 955-9771 (TDD)
leather, 6CDchanger, SERVICE OF A COPY or (800) 955-8770
DVD, alpower,2tone OF THIS NOTICE ON (voice), via Florida
white. 108K ml, $14,100 THEM. Relay Service.
OBO. 334-791-7653 Ry ervi.
Toyota 07' Sequoia, All other creditors of /s/ Dale Rabon
White, 24K milles the decedent and oth- Guthrie
Gray leather interior, er persons having DALE RABON
Seats 8&BlueTooth. claims or demands GUTHRIE
$27,900.334-692-3824 against decedent's CLERK OF CIRCUIT
estate must file their COURT
claims with this court
VANS WITHIN 3 MONTHS By:/s/Beverly
AFTER THE DATE OF Hatcher
THE FIRST PUBLICA- BEVERLY HATCHER
TION OF THIS NOTICE. Deputy Clerk
ALL CLAIMS NOT ADVERTISE IN
FILED WITHIN THE TE CLASSIFIEDS
TIME PERIODS SET I H L SFIEDS
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