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Title: Jackson County Floridan
Alternate Title: Sunday Floridan
Floridan
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Jackson County Floridan
Publisher: Chipola Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Marianna, Fla
Publication Date: July 24, 2008
Copyright Date: 2009
Frequency: daily (except saturday and monday)[<1979-1995>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Marianna (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jackson County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States of America -- Florida -- Jackson -- Marianna
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
General Note: "Independent."
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Volume ID: VID00047
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Preceded by: Times-courier (Marianna, Fla. : 1947)
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THURSDAY


Board raises cost of ambulance service


BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
In a split vote Tuesday, Jadkson :.
County Commissioners decided to
increase the per-mile charge for
ambulance service from $8 to $10 a
mile.
Commissioners Jeremy Branch and
Chuck Lockey voted against the
action, with the motion put forward by
Willie Spires, seconded by Milton Sa'
Pittman, and supported by Ed
Crutchfield.
The request was presented by Chuck Sawyer
of Jackson County Fire-Rescue on behalf of


JCFR Chief Tony Wesley.
According to figures submitted by
JCFR, Jackson County's $8-per-mile
rate was the lowest in the surrounding
area.
Bay County charges $12 per mile,
while Washington, Calhoun, Walton
and Gadsden counties all charge $10
per mile.
The 'billable miles' are those driven
Iuck from the scene of an incident to a
wyer facility for treatment of the ill or
injured.
The county does not charge for the miles it
takes to get to the scene, Sawyer said.
Increasing the rate. for the. service could


increase income from it, provided those who
use it actually pay.
But every month, the county charges off
thousands of dollars worth of ambulance bills
as bad debt after a certain amount of time has
passed without payment.
According to the figures presented by
Sawyer, JCFR drives an average of 72,000 bill-
able miles every year.
If. the county were to collect on all that at $8
a mile, it would generate $576,000 a year to
help defray the rising cost of fuel and other
expenses in the department. With the $2 per-
mile rate increase, the potential income goes to
$720,000 for the same amount of miles, for an
overall increase of $144,000./


The subject of bad debt in JCFR was dis-
cussed in budget meetings this week. prior to
Tuesday's action on the fees.
In budget year 2006-07, bad debt charged off
in Fire Rescue was listed at $595,442. A col-
lection agency is used in attempt to gather in
some of the bad debt, and it gets a cut of the
payment. In the same budget year, the debt col-
lector made $19,534 on successful collections.
Commissioners briefly talked about creating
a new income source in JCFR. If an ambulance
crew responds and treats, but does not trans-
port, nothing is charged for the trip.
A board member wondered aloud if a nomi-
nal fee could be charged for this, but in the end
commissioners abandoned the idea.


Back to school 101


What parents

need to know

to get their

kid in class
BY KATE McCARDELL KERN
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
With. a mix of butterflies and
excitement for Jackson County
families, school is set to begin in
less than one month.
The first day of school this year
is Monday, August 18.
Schools supplies lists can be
found at local school supplies
retailers and supermarkets, and
rumors of dress code policies are
wafting in the wind.
For Jackson County, dress codes
will be determined by each individ-
ual school this year, with the
Jackson County School Board" hav-
ing voted not to adopt an official
district-wide dress code policy.
All Jackson County Schools have
been invited to provide their school
dress codes to the Jackson County
Floridan. Those policies will be
posted on www.jcfloridan.com
beginning Friday, as information
from each school comes in.
Wondering how your kid will get
to and from school? If your student
will be riding the bus this year, bus
routes. are available at
www.jcsb.org, listed under
"Departments, Transportation."
"The routes lists are as accurate
as possible as of right now," said
Sharon Bowers, transportation spe-
cialist in the Jackson County
School District. "We haven't
changed any routes currently, but.


parents should still call us to verify
the route their child will have."
Those looking to do so may con-


tact Bowers, or transportation
director Stuart Wiggins, by calling
482-1323 or 482-9613.


Does you child's health make the
grade?
Students'entering kindergarten or
the seventh grade, as'well as stu-
dents who are entering a Florida
school for the first time, must meet
certain health requirements.
If your youngster is going to,
kindergarten, he or she must have
up-to-date vaccines and a physical
must have been performed on the
child within one year of the first
day of school.
"Children entering kindergarten
* must have two varicella, or chicken ,
pocks, vaccines. Usually, your child
will only need one of these because
See SCHOOL, Page 7A >


Commissioners refuse to link toll


road decisions to committee input


BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER


Saying they don't want to tie their
own hands, Jackson County .
Commissioners on Tuesday refused a
.request to wait for a grassroots com-
mittee's input before taking any action -
on a proposed toll road through
Jackson County.
The county board has not yet been
formally approached about the toll
road idea, but it is widely known that
Focus 2000, a non-profit group based
in Alabama, is seeking to create an
unobstructed route from south
Alabama to Interstate 10 in Florida.
Neighboring Washington County
was asked to let the toll road run
through that community, but quickly
rejected the notion. The west side of
Jackson County was the next most- Members o
favored route, Focus 2000 indicated, bers of the
and since that revelation many in the concerns T
Cottondale-area community have risen
up in protest of the idea.
Among the most vocal opponents are some of
the people who own businesses along U.S. 231
who fear the toll road would devastate their busi-
nesses by rerouting their traveling customers away


of a committee to study the 1-10 connector issue as we
e public addressed the Jackson County Commission a
uesday. Mark Skinner / Floridan
from their storefronts.
Some also fear that the county might use its
power of eminent domain to force the sale of prop-
erty that would be in the path of the toll road,
although not set route has yet been established for


Still others predict an increase in
noise and an overall decline in quality
of life if the toll road were to be built
in their community.-
About a month ago, at the request of
a Cottondale woman who %oiced these
issues, Jackson Count\ Development
Council Director Bill Stanton hosted a
town meeting to iriform citizens of
what he knew about the toll road pro-
posal. The emotionally-charged ses-
sion, scheduled to last two hours, went
for more than four. Near the end of the
marathon meeting, after the majority
of the standing-room-only crowd had
gone home, Stanton appointed a com-
mittee of five people who agreed to
come up with some basic parameters
they felt should be part of any feasibil-
ity study related to the possible toll
ll as mem- road.
about their Tuesday's county commission meet-
ing was attended by Stanton and those
committee members, along with repre-
sentatives of Campbellton, a community north of
Cottondale which has voiced support of the toll
road in concept.


See TOLL, Page 7A >


Pencie Wester


Community

icon dies at

age of 102
Bi DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLO2i r.,N STFf I, VIiTER
East Jackson County has
lost an icon of its community
Pencie Wester died around 3
a.m.: Wednesday at the age of
102.
Born on June 19, 1906,
.Wester lived much of her adult
life in her home off Inwood
Road, which lies between the
Sneads and Grand Ridge com-
munities.
She and her husband, the late
former legislator Witll \ester,
donated the land that made that
road possible.
Although she lived the last
few years ,of her life in the
nearby home of her daughter
and son-in-la\% Billie and C.A.
Dickson, she still enjoyed get-
ting home often to tend the col-
orful garden she'd' established
years ago.
See ICON, Page 7A >



Autopsy

reports

pending in

two recent

deaths
BY KATE McCARDELL KERN
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
Two unrelated deaths that
occurred earlier this week in
Marianna are not being consid-
ered as suspicious by authorities.
The Marianna Police
Department is still awaiting
autopsy results for Tracy Marie
Brayman, 38, of Marianna and
Royce Benjamin Alday, 52, of
Cypress. Brayman died Sunday,
and Alday on Monday.
"Neither of the deaths are con-
sidered to suspicious," said MPD
Capt. Bill Bryant. "We have to
wait on autopsy reports before we
can comment further, and it can
take up to two or three months
before we get those back."
Bryman was found by her
See AUTOPSY, Page 7A >


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MARIANNA POLICE
The Marianna Police
Department listed the
following incidents for -
July 22, -the latest 7
available report: One
traffic accident, one CR
stolen tag, one suspi-
cious person, four dis-
turbances, three burglar
alarms, one animal complaint,
two assists of other agencies,
five public service calls, one
threat, two traffic stops, one
disabled vehicle, and one
theft.

JACKSON COUNTY
SHERIFF'S OFFICE
The Jackson County
Sheriff's Office listed the fol-
lowing incidents for July 22,
the latest available report:
Four abandoned vehicles, two
alarms, one animal complaint,
one burglary, three distur-
bances, one drag racing com-
plaint, one drug investigation,
one drunk pedestrian, two for-
gery/fraud complaints, four
juvenile complaints, one lar-
ceny complaint, 11 suspicious
incidents, nine traffic stops,
one transport, two trespassing
complaints, one unsecured
building, five warrant arrests,
one reckless driver, and one
911 hang-up.


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JACKSON COUNTY
CORRECTIONAL FACILITY
The following per-
.sons were booked into
:r:lz the county jail during
-- the latest available
M E reporting periods:
Abraham Curry, 41,
5275 Bowden Hill
Road, Campbellton, battery
(domestic violence).
-Tares Laster, 31,5721 Gainer
Cemetery Road, Graceville,
awaiting transport to DOC.
Kelvis Britt, 26, 5170
Brywood Lane, Campbellton,
awaiting transport to DOC.
Kenneth Guilford, 39, North
St. (Lot 8- full numeric address
not provided), sentenced.
Joseph Gilley, 26, 5267
Peanut Road, Graceville, bur-
glary of a structure, grand theft.
Thomas Stoutamire, 48,
27180 Deerfield Lane,
Hosford, sentenced.
David Williams, 18, 4111
South St., Marianna, preventing
or obstructing of extinguish-
ment of fire, criminal mischief.

JAIL POPULATION:179

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


Do you have

'Cute Kids'?

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



Getting It Right!l

The Jackson County Floridan strives to make sure content
in the newspaper is accurate and factual. When the Floridan
learns that it has made an error, it is our policy to correct the
mistake promptly. To report an error, please call the news-
room at 526-3614 Monday-Friday.


COMMUNITY CALENDAR


July 24 Thursday
The Community Advisory
Council, sponsored by the Panhandle
Area Health Network, Inc., meets at
11:30 a.m., at the Pizza Hut. 2185
Post Oak Lane, Marianna, near 1-10
and Highway 71 North. Those inter-
ested in rural health issues facing
Calhoun, Holmes, Jackson, Liberty
and Washington counties are wel-
come. Lunch is Dutch treat. Call 482-
9088.
Alcoholics Anonymous meets each
Thursday for a "closed discussion," 8 to
9 p.m., at the First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna.
Use rear church entrance: Attendance is
limited to persons with a desue to stop
drinking.
The Scott Harrell Benefit Golf
Tournament tee off is at 1 p.m., at
Indian Spring Golf Course. The four-
man scramble costs $60 per person.
Payoffs for first, second and third.
Mulligans are $5. Longest drive com-
petition; closest to the pin; door prizes.
Lunch is served at 12:30 p.m.
Office hours with Congressman
Allen Boyd's staff will be from 9:30 to
11:30 a.m., in the County Commission
board room, across the street from the
County Courthouse in Marianna; and
from 1 to 2:30 p.m., in the Graceville
City Hall Commhission Room,
Graceville.
The Southeastern Community
Blood Center's mobile unit will be
accepting blood donations at Chipola
Nursing Pavilion in Marianna, from 9
a.m. to 12 p.m. Call 526-4403.
Emerald Coast Hospice's in-service
at Marianna Health and Rehab starts at
1:30 p.m., and covers the topic- "Stress
and Time Management." Lisa Stevens,
account executive for Emerald Coast
Hospice, will present. This public in-
service is free to attend. Marianna
Health & Rehab is located at 4295 Fifth
St., Marianna. Call 526-3577.

July 25 Friday
Alcoholics Anonymous has an open
meeting each Friday, 8 to 9 p.m., at the
First United Methodist Church, 2901
Caledonia, St., Marianna. Use rear
church entrance.
The Southeastern Community
Blood Center's mobile, unit will be
accepting blood donations at the


Chipley Wal-Mart, from 10 a.m. to 3
p.m. Call 526-4403.
The Northwest Florida Quarter
Horse Association Fall Circuit is July
25-27, at the Jackson County Ag
Center in Marianna.

July 26- Saturday
St. Joseph Lodge No. 99, F.&A.M.,
P.H.A. presents the Sixth Annual Free
Car Wash for Seniors (65 and older),
from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m., at Advance
Auto Parts, 4720'Highway 90 East,
Marianna.
The National MS Society presents
"The Future of MS Research," from 10
a.m. to 12 p.m., at Jackson Hospital,
ground floor classroom. Register by
July 11 by calling the MS Society at 1-
800-344-4867 or James Poston at 526-
5873. Box lunch provided.
The Jackson County Farmers'
Market is open Tuesdays, Thursdays'
and Saturdays, from 6:30 a.m. until all
fresh produce is sold out. This state cer-
tified farmers' market accepts the
FMNP/WIC and Elder Affairs coupons.
18th Annual Andrew and Rebecca
Cobb Worley Reunion starts at 9 a.m.,
in the Bonifay Ag Center on Highway
90. Bring a well-filled food basket and
family photos; stay for the entertain-
ment. Call D.B. Worley at 547-9282 or.
Teresa Bush at 263-4744 (day) or 263-
3072 (night).
The Republican Party of Florida
hosts grand openings at six Panhandle
Victory Offices today. The offices will
serve as base camps for RPOF grass-
roots activities in the Panhandle
throughout the 2008 Election Cycle.
Locally, the Jackson Victory Office
Opening is at 4:05 p.m., 4389 Lafayette
St., Marianna; and the Washington
Victory Office Opening is at 5:15 p.m.,
709 Seventh St., Chipley. .
The Northwest Florida Quarter
Horse Association Fall Circuit is July
25-27, at the Jackson 'County Ag
Center in Marianna.

July 27 Sunday
The Northwest Florida Quarter
Horse Association Fall Circuit is July
25-27, at the Jackson County Ag
Center in Marianna.

July 28 Monday
The Jackson County Public


Library's Summer Reading Program
continues to make its way around "The
SWhole Wide World," reading to South
America July 28-31. For location, age
and schedule details, and to reserve a
space, call the library at 482-9631.'
Alcoholics Anonymous has an open
meeting each Monday, from 8 to 9
p.m., at the First United' Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna.
Use rear church entrance.
On Aug. 12, the Jackson County
Building Department and the Tri-
County Builders Association will pres-
ent Simpson Strong Tie (seven CEU
hours) from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m., at Citizens
Lodge, 4574 Lodge Dr., Marianna.
Structural connectors, hurricane straps
and more will be on the agenda. No fee.
Limited seating. R.S.V.P. by July 28;
call 482-9901.
The Parkinson's Support Group
meets from 12 to 1 p.m., in the
Education Classroom, ground floor,
Jackson Hospital, 4250 Hospital Dr.,
Marianna. Lunch provided; no cost to
attend. The program kicks off a DVD
series on Parkinson's. Open to anyone
who has Parkinson's disease and their
caregiver.

July 29 Tuesday
The Town of Grand Ridge will hold
a public workshop regarding the
Volunteer Fire Department, at 6:30
p.m., in the Grand Ridge Town Hall.
Call 592-4621.
Alcoholics Anonymous has an open
meeting each Tuesday, from 8 to 9
p.m., at the First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna.
Use rear church entrance.
The Southeastern Community
Blood Center's mobile unit will be
accepting blood donations at ACI West,
Sneads, from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. EDT. Call
526-4403.

July 30 Wednesday
Alcoholics Anonymous has an open
meeting each Wednesday, noon to 1
p.m., at the First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna.
Use rear church entrance.
The Southeastern Community
Blood Center's mobile unit will be
accepting blood donations at ACI East,
Sneads, from 12 to 5 p.m. EDT. Call
526-4403.


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


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MHS grad's design helps


bring home national award


BY ANGIE COOK
FLORIDAN STAFF
The American Advertising Federation (AAF) ADDY
Awards the world's largest advertising competition, accord-
ing to the AAF Web site is an annual creative competition
that judges tens of thousands of entries of all media types, from
any size firm, anywhere in the world. Firms start the competition
at the local level, where winners qualify for regional competi-
tion. Regional winners then become eligible for the most presti-
gious level National ADDY Awards.
Compass Marketing and Consulting Senior Graphic Designer
Blake Kandzer has had the privilege of seeing his work and that
of the rest of the Compass team reap numerous ADDY Awards
this season. From the firm's many Gold and Silver local awards,
two entries "Compass Web Site" (self-promotion, interactive)
and "Proctor Honda Holidays" (poster campaign) that Kandzer
designed went on to win at the regional level in St.
Petersburg, each garnering a Silver ADDY.
Based on the regional successes, Operations Manager Audrey
Stone, along with Theo Proctor III, owner, made the decision to
send both entries on to the next and final level, stepping up to
compete with firms from across the globe. That decision paid off
when the firm's "Compass Web Site" submission was named a
2008 National Silver ADDY Award winner.
Of the win, Kandzer reservedly said, "needless to say, this
pleased all of us at Compass Marketing and Consulting
immensely."
Originally from central Florida, Kandzer, is a 1988 graduate
of Marianna High School. Upon completion of his arts degree at
Florida State University, he worked with Russell Athletic in
Alabama designing t-shirts for the NFL, NHL, NBA and others.


4-H/FFA Livestock

Clinic set for Aug. 4


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
Jackson and Washington
County 4-H are hosting a
livestock clinic for all FFA
and 4-H youth planning on
showing a. heifer or steer
project this fall. The clinic
will take place Aug. 4, from
10 a.m. to 2 p.m., at the
Washington County Ag
Center on Highway 90 in
Chipley.
Topics will include:
Record Books, Sponsors and
Buyers, Health and Feeding,
Showmanship and
Grooming, Animal Selection
and Safety.
Registration is $10 per
youth and includes snack,
lunch and all materials.


Limited transportation is
available for Jackson County
youth.
Those interested in attend-
ing should R.S.V.P. by call-
ing the Extension Office,
482-9620, or e-mailing hck-
ent@ufl.edu no later than
July 25.
For more information, con-
tact the Extension Office at
482-9620. 4-H is open to all
youth, ages 5-18, regardless
of gender, race, color, nation-
ality, ethnicity, creed or dis-
ability.
Persons with disabilities
should contact the Extension
office at least 10 working
days prior to the event so that
proper consideration can be
given to the request.


Jenna and Blake Kandzer


Kandzer continued in that field with a local company in
Tallahassee, after moving back to the area in the late '90s. Two
years ago, he accepted a job offer from Compass Marketing and
Consulting, where he says, "I've been happy ever since."
Kandzer is the son of Dr. and Mrs. Jerry Kandzer of Marianna.
He is married to Jenna Kandzer and has two children, Michael
and Emma.

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4-Her Kaitl.yn Renegar works with her heifer to get ready for
the Jackson County Fair in October. Contributed photo


Sale of Boston butts helps fund scholarships


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
The 'Panhandle Seminole Boosters
Club is pre-selling smoked Boston butts
through Aug. 21, to raise money for the
club's scholarship fund.
' The pork butts range from 8 to 10
pounds and will ready for pick-up
Thursday, Aug.. 28, in time for Labor
Day weekend.


The club holds two annual events a
spring golf tournament and a Boston butt
sale which raise scholarship funds to
help local students attend Florida State
University.
The 2008 award winners are Melanie
Sloan, Brandi Stephens, Matthew
Chambliss and Nicole Long.
Each student will receive a $1000
award from funds raised through the


club projects.
For more information, contact a club
director Jamelia Cone, Roy Baker,
Matt Dryden, Jerry Glass, Joy Hinton or
George Sweeney or visit Sweet Stuff
Bakery at 4477'Jackson St. (one block
behind Subway) in Marianna.
The Panhandle Seminole Boosters
Club is a registered 501(c)3 non-profit
corporation.


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Brian Michael Huang, 3, of Safety Harbor recently
spent a weekend with his grandparents, Paul and Tama
Huang of Marianna. He is son of Scott and Julie Huang.
He loves boat riding and fishing with his Grandpa at the
Chattahoochee River. Contributed photo



Farm Bureau to host

political forum Aug. 11
SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
On Monday, Aug. 11, Jackson County Farm Bureau will join
four other counties to host a political forum for the District 5
State Representative race.
The public is invited to attend the forum and hear from candi-
dates John P. McDaniel, Brad Drake and Sherry Campbell.
The event will take place at 6 p.m., in the Holmes County Ag
Center, 1169 Highway 90 East, Bonifay.

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SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
The Jackson County Citizen
Corps will. be hosting a short
seminar on Aug. 4, from 5:30
to 7:30 p.m., at the Emergency
Operations Center.
The discussion will be led
by three speakers from the
Pyschological Response
Team: Dr. Spires, discussing
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Broome, "Anxiety Before and
After;" and Dr. Tuta, "Fear
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Hers from Jackson County have been spending summers at Camp Timpoochee 4-H
Center on the Chowhatachee Bay, where activities ranging from archery to kayaking
are available. County 4-H'ers even helped raise money for the camp by selling their
club chickens at the Marianna railroad station back in 1927. For more information
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BY MICHELLE ROBERTS
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SAN ANGELO, Texas Texas
authorities on Wednesday began
looking for five indicted members of
a polygamist sect, in a child sex-
abuse case that the group's
spokesman alleged was a face-saving
move by officials who lost a court
battle over their seizure of hundreds
of children from a sect-owned ranch.
The five men were indicted
Tuesday with sect leader Warren
Jeffs, who already was convicted in
Utah and jailed in Arizona on
charges related to underage mar-
riages.
Jeffs and four of the followers
were charged in Texas with felony
sexual assault of a child, and the fifth
follower was charged with failing to
report child abuse. One of the follow-
ers alsb was charged with bigamy.
"Our office does have warrants in
hand and indictments in hand," said
Sheriff David Doran of Schleicher
County, where the ranch is located.
His tiny west Texas department was
working with Texas Rangers and
prosecutors to arrest the men.
The identities of the men and
details of the accusations were to
remain under seal until the men are
arrested. Doran, who cultivated a
relationship with the ranch's resi-
dents before state authorities raided
the property April 3, said it's hard to
tell whether they are even still in
Texas.
"I haven't personally seen them
since the raid took place," he said.
Texas Attorney General Greg
Abbott, whose office is acting as the
special prosecutor in the case, vowed
Tuesday that authorities would make
an aggressive effort to find the
accused members of the
Fundamentalist Church of Jesus
Christ of Latter Day Saints.
Church members have traditional-
ly lived in two communities along
the Arizona-Utah line, but they are
often nomadic, moving between jobs
and church member-controlled sites
scattered across the West. and
Canada. The church bought the
Yearning For Zion Ranch in


Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott announces the Schleicher County grand jury indictments against polyga-
mist sect leader Warren Jeffs and five of his followers in Eldorado, Texas on Tuesday. Jeffs was charged with
felony sexual assault of a child. Four of his followers are charged with one count of sexually assaulting girls under
the age of 17. One of the four faces an additional charge of bigamy and a fifth follower is charged with three
counts of failure to report child abuse. AP Photo/The Dallas Morning News, Erich Schlegel


Eldorado five years ago.
Jeffs, already convicted in Utah of
rape as an accomplice and awaiting
trial in Arizona on other charges, is
accused of assaulting a girl in Texas
in January 2005.
.FLDS member and spokesman
Willie Jessop said Wednesday that
law enforcement officials had not


disclosed who they are looking for or
tried to enter the ranch, but he said
members would cooperate.
"We don't believe their evidence is
credible. We don't believe they
obtained it legally, but we'll stand up
in court and face the allegations," he
said. "We believe in our innocence."
Jessop said he believes the crimi-


nal prosecutions are designed to try
to justify the raid and the subsequent
placement of all the more than 400
children from the ranch into foster
care. Calls alleging sexual abuse of
girls at the ranch prompted the raid,
but they are now believed to have
been a hoax.
"We believe this is them trying to


justify their unbelievable actions," he
said. "We'll face them head-on."
The Texas Supreme Court ruled
child welfare officials had over-
reached in placing the children in
foster care because they didn't show
any more than a handful of teenage
girls were abused. The vast majority
of the children taken were younger
than 6 or were boys.
Law enforcement and prosecutors
have said their investigation is con-
tinuing. The grand jury is expected to
meet again Aug. 21.
"It's a large investigation and it's
going to take some time to go
through this," Doran said. The sheriff
described Tuesday's indictments as
helping to tell "the other side of the
story" after the child custody case
debacle.
Child Protective Services is also
continuing its investigations, even
with the roughly 440 children
returned to their parents six weeks
ago.
Agency spokesman Patrick
Crimmins said investigators will look
at the living circumstances of the
children associated with the men
who were indicted and determine if
they are safe.
"We know where each child is and
we know the household situation,
who lives there, et cetera," he said
Wednesday, the same day 'some par-
ents began court-ordered parenting
classes. "We'll take a closer look at
each one of those family situations to
verify that the appropriate protec-
tions are in place."
Under Texas law, a girl younger
than 17 cannot generally consent to
sex with an adult.
SBigamy is also illegal in Texas, and
although FLDS plural marriages
were not licensed by the state, the
law contains a provision outlawing
the act of "purporting to marry" more
than one person.
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Mormon church, the Church of Jesus
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Air Force says no survivors of B-52 crash off Guam


BY JAYMES SONG
ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITER


HONOLULU All six
crew members aboard a B-52
bomber that crashed off Guam
were killed, the Air Force said
Wednesday.
A wide search effort has
shifted focus from rescue to
recovery of the crew. Two bod-
ies have been found; the Air
Force, without elaborating,
said in a news release that
forensic specialists were trying
to identify additional remains
recovered.
"Losing this bomber crew
has been a tragedy felt by
everyone here and across the
Air Force," said Brig. Gen.
Doug Owens, commander of
the 36th Wing.
The six crew members were
identified as Maj. Christopher
M. Cooper, 33, aircraft .com-
mander; Maj. Brent D.
Williams, 37, navigator; Capt.
Michael K. Dodson, 31, co-
pilot; 1st Lt. Joshua D.
Shepherd, 26, navigator; 1st
Lt. Robert D. Gerren, 32, elec-
tronic warfare officer; and Col.
George Martin, flight surgeon.
Martin, whose age was not
immediately available, also
was the deputy commander of
36th Medical Group at
Andersen Air Force Base.
"Our thoughts and prayers
continue to be with the fami-
lies of these airmen," said Col.
Robert Wheeler, 2d Bomb
Wing commander. "We appre-
ciate the military and civilian
organizations who are continu-


the Middle East.
Monday's crash is the third
for the military this year on
Guam, a U.S. territory 3,700
miles southwest of Hawaii.
SA Navy EA-6B Prowler
electronic warfare aircraft
crashed into the ocean Feb. 12.
Four crew members ejected
from the aircraft and were res-
cued by helicopter.
Eleven days later, an Air
Force B-2 crashed at Andersen
shortly after takeoff in the
first-ever crash of a stealth
bomber. Both pilots ejected


Second Bomb Wing Commander, Col. Robert Wheeler delivers a solemn address to identify
the six victims of the B-52 crash which occurred near Andersen Air Force Base in Guam dur-
ing a news conference at the Barksdale Air Force Base in Bossier City, La. on Wednesday.
Bossier City Mayor Lo Walker is at right. The unarmed bomber was making a swing around
the island as part of Guam Liberation Day celebrations marking liberation of the island from
Japan in World War II. AP Photo/The Shreveport Times, Jim Hudelson


ing recovery efforts to bring
our airmen home."
SA panel of Air Force officers
is investigating the crash.
The unarmed bomber
crashed Monday during a
swing around the island as part
of Guam Liberation Day cele-
brations, marking the day
when the U.S. military arrived
to retake control of the island
from Japan during World War
II. The B-52 had been sched-
uled to conduct a flyover in a
parade.
The crew was based at


Barksdale Air Force Base in
Louisiana. Flags were being
flown at half-staff at the
Louisiana state Capitol to
honor them. They were
deployed to Guam with the
20th Expeditionary Bomb
Squadron as part of the U.S.
military's continuous bomber
presence mission in the
Pacific.
The B-52 has been the back-
bone of the -U.S. military's
manned strategic bomber force
for more than four decades,
used for missions from attacks


to ocean surveillance. It's
capable of dropping or launch-
ing the widest array of
weapons in the U.S. inventory,
including cluster bombs and
precision guided missiles.
B-52s were first placed into
service in 1955, and 93 remain
in the Air Force's fleet.
The Air Force has been
rotating B-1, B-2 and B-52
bombers through Guam since
2004 to boost the U.S. security
presence in the Asia-Pacific
region while other U.S. forces
in the area have been sent to


safely. The military estimated
the cost of the loss of the air-
craft at $1.4 billion.
The Air Force's last crash
involving a B-52 was also to
Perform for spectators.
On June 24, 1994, a bomber
was practicing touch-and-go
landings before an air show at
Fairchild Air Force Base in
Washington state when it
.plunged to the ground and
exploded, killing all four on
board, according to the Air
Combat Command in Langley
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.BY JOAN LOWY
ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITER
WASHINGTON The
National Transportation Safety
Board said Wednesday it is inves-
tigating a near collision of air-
borne planes at Chicago's O'Hare
International Airport the third
such incident at a major airport
this month.
The board said in a statement
that the latest incident occurred at
1:47 p.m. EDT Monday as
American Eagle Flight 4298 was
taking off on one runway and a
private Learjet was arriving on
another, perpendicular runway.
When air traffic controllers
realized the planes' flight paths
intersected and the jets were
about to collide, they ordered the
Learjet to abort its landing and fly
around the airport again. The
American Eagle ERJ-145, a
regional jet, was instructed to stay
low on departure.
The board said the Learjet
passed "325 feet above and
slightly behind" the departing the
American Eagle jet.
At the high rate of speed the
two planes would have to have
been traveling and the narrowness
of the distance they came from


each other, "There is no margin of
error or safety there," said Ken
Mead, a former Transportation
Department inspector general.
"It's almost random chance they
don't hit each other when they get
that distance."
The runway the Learjet tried to
land on had been closed to land-
ings moments before the incident,
said Federal Aviation
Administration spokeswoman
Lynn Tierney. The smaller jet
passed just above and behind the
American Eagle plane as that
plane was taking off, she said.
Takeoff and landing proce-
dures at O'Hare have been
changed as a result of the inci-


dent, she said.
"The changes have to do with
intervals at which planes will be
accepted onto those particular
runways," Tierney said.
The NTSB is also investigating
two similar near collisions at John
F. Kennedy International Airport
in New York.
On July 11, a Delta Air Lines
Boeing 757 landing at JFK nearly
collided with a Comair regional
jet talking off on another runway
when the pilot decided to abort
the landing and execute a "go-
around" a routine procedure
often used during heavy conges-
tion bringing the airliner into
the flight path of the smaller jet.


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FLORIDAN STAFF REPORT

(Editor's Note: Matt Elofson of the Dothan
Eagle contributed to this report)

Authorities spent hours searching bodies of
water in Holmes County for a reported drown-
ing victim Tuesday, only to find out the call
appears to have been a hoax, according to a
press release from the Holmes County Sheriff's
Office.
Officers from HCSO responded to the report
of a possible drowning in Sand Hammock Pond
near Esto, a call which was first received by
Geneva County, Alabama dispatchers.
The caller, described as a young male, said a
relative had drowned, but could not give the
dispatcher an exact location.. "Authorities
searched bodies of water in the area for several
hours and turned up nothing," the press release
stated.
Further investigation in the case led to the
identification of someone in Hartford, Alamaba
who may have called as a prank.
The case has been turned over to the Geneva
County Sheriff's Office in Alabama.


Geneva County Sheriff's investigators are
looking into the possibility that an area juvenile
falsely reported that his uncle drowned
Tuesday.
Geneva County Chief Deputy Tony Helms
said a 12-year-old boy called 911 on Tuesday
around 2 p.m. and reported the drowning, but
did not identify himself or where the incident
reportedly happened.
"We looked around every lake and pond from
Thurston to Noma Road below Slocomb,"
Helms said.
Helms said not charges have been filed in the
ongoing investigation. Helms said the investi-"
gation has shown the boy's uncle really
drowned several years ago.
Holmes County Sheriff Dennis Lee and the
Holmes County Sheriff's Office thanked all the
agencies who devoted manpower and equip-
ment to the search, including .the Florida
Highway Patrol, Florida Wildlife Commission,
Esto Volunteer Fire Department, Geneva
County Sheriff's Office, Graceville Police
Department and the Jackson County Sheriff's
Office. JCSO sent its helicopter to help in the
search.


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most kids get the first varicella sh6t when they The health department is administering
are one year old," said Regina Clark, school immunizations by appointment only. To make
health secretary at the Jackson County Health an appointment or for any questions, call 526-
Department: 2412.
Clark said they are also required to have a Want to know what your child will be having
physical done no more than one year prior to for lunch on the first day of school?
the first day of school. Visit
Students entering the seventh grade are https://www.sodexhoeducation.com/seg-
required to have a Tetanus booster, as well as ment_0200/district_1102/ENM/Entryl and
proof of having had the varicella vaccine, select your child's school to check out school
"Any new.students to the area who are enter- lunch menus.
ing a Florida school for the first time must also And don't forget: All students are allowed a
be able to provide a physical dated within one free breakfast at any Jackson County school.
year of the first day of school. We accept phys- Of course, after the first day of school is over,
icals from any state," said Clark. you next question might be "When's the first
She said the health department encourages holiday?"
parents not to wait until the first day of school That would be Labor Day, Monday, Sept. 1.
to complete any health requirements.


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Wester's influence spread across the breadth first'graduating class.
of Jackson County; she.was a teacher in the She was recognized in 2006 as the oldest liv-
county system for roughly 35 years. She turned ing alumni of that institution when Chipola cel-
to that profession as a young widow with chil- ebrated its homecoming that year.
dren after her husband was murdered, at an She was honored last year, on the day after
early age, touching the lives of many people her 101st birthday, with a special badge from
who went on to make their lives in other parts State Attorney Steve Meadows, who made her
of Jackson County and beyond, an honorary "assistant state attorney," because
She was one of the first students to attend of her long-standing avid interest in law.
Chipola College, one of the nine members of its


Toll Continued From Page 1A
Stanton spoke for the group, asking commis- Cottondale meeting after most people had left.
sioners to refrain from any action, neither They also didn't think the committee could
approving or rejecting the toll road idea, until represent all interests and viewpoints, and
the committee can come up with some. guiding thought it was inappropriate for the county to
principles to use in considering it. recognize the committee in any official capaci-
But an opposing contingent was also in atten- ty since it was not county-appointed.
dance from the Cottondale-Alford area. Commissioners, in the end, declined to make
They urged the board not to base its action on the commitment Stanton asked for, and said
what the committee did or didn't do. they would instead be open to hear anything
They objected on several fronts. Among their they or anyone else had to say if the toll road
complaints was the fact that Stanton had hand- concept is brought before the board.
picked the members at the end of the


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daughter sitting unresponsive in her living
room at her residence on Liddon Street in
Marianna Sunday morning, and was pro-
nounced dead less than an hour later at Jackson
Hospital.
Alaay, an inmate at the Jackson Cou. y


Correctional Facility, collapsed while cutting
grass outside the jail Sunday morning. He was
pronounced dead at 2 a.m. on Monday.
Alday was within days of completing a 180-
day sentence for possession of cannabis and
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Marianna, FL 32446
850-482-2332 .
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.home.comn

Doris Dilmore Standland

Doris Dilmore Standland,
S78, of Kynesville died
Monday, July 21, 2008, at
Jackson Hospital in Marianna.
The funeral Will be at 10
a.m., Thursday, July 24, at the
Bethlehem Baptist Church.
Burial will follow in the
church cemetery, with James
& Sikes Funeral Home -
Maddox Chapel directing.

James & Sikes Funeral
Home Maddox Chapel
4278 Lafayette St.
Marianna, FL 32446
850-482-2332
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Pencie W. Wester

Pencie W. Wester, 102, from
the Inwood community near
Grand Ridge
"departed from
this world to
the glorious
world above"
on July 23, .
2008. sjie
passed away at
the home of her
daughter and son-in-law,
Billie and C. A. Dickson.
Born to.William Fowler and
Cindona Bathsheba Windsor,.
in Boaz, Ala., on June 19,
1906, Pencie Audry was the
last survivor of her family.
Shle was pre-deceased by
both parents; her brothers,
Edd, Earl and Hobart
Windsor; and sisters, Dean
Windsor, Eunice Windsor,
Nettie Howard and Fannie Jo
Johnson.
"Miss Pencie," as she was
affectionately called by many,
was married to W.W. Wester
in 1931. He was tragically
murdered in 1938, leaving her
with four young children of
age 2 monthsto six years.
Miss Pencie taught school
for over 35 yeats, all in
Jackson County with the
exception of a partial year in
Holmes County.
She was an avid gardender
who loved plants passionately
and shared them from her yard
with people far and wide. She
was a charter member and first
president of the Sneads
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She remained quite active with
the club uritil the time of her
death.
Miss Pencie ,had been, the
oldest surviving alumna of
Chipola College, having been
among the first persons to'reg-
ister for Chipola. She was
honored for that reason 'at
Chipola's Homecoming in
2006.
State Attorney Steve
Meadows honored her, by
appointing her as an Assistant'
State Attorney in 2007. This
was a cherished event for both
Miss Pencie and her family.
A dedicated Christian and
member of the Grand Ridge
Baptist Church, Ms. Wester
was known for her love of
God and people and her com-
mitment to missions. She
served as Chipola. Baptist
Association Women's
Missionary Union President in
years past and has promoted
any effort to spread the gospel
to others.
Her beautiful handiwork has
been given to literally hun-
dreds of others, and many of
her elementary school stu-
dents praise her for. having
taught them the art of crochet.
Particularly does one former.
student who, as a result of an
automobile accident, is con-
fined to a wheelchair and
attests to the blessing that
being able to crochet has been
to her.
Miss Pencie was a 75-year
member of the Order of the
Eastern Star, with membership
in Marianna Chapter No. 129.
She had served as Wortlfy
Matron and Grand Instructor
of this OES district.
She is survived by her
daughters, Billie Dickson
(C.A.) of Inwood, and Jeanne
Pelt of Tallahassee; her son,
Jack Wester (Nell) of Inwood;
and one stepdaughter, Elee
Glisson of Sneads.
Her youngest daughter,
Rebekah Harrell, died in 1973.
Three grandsons, Maury
Harrell, Gregory Harrell and
Luke Pelt, also pre-deceased
their great-grandmother, as
have two stepdaughters,
Nettye W. Chancy and
Annette Bevis; and one step-
son, Emmett Wester.
Beloved to Miss Pencie
were her children and grand-
children. How blessed was her
family that included five gen-
erations.
Surviving are six grandchil-
dren; 14 great-grandchildren;
and nine great-great-grand-


children. Each truly arises to
call her "blessed among
women:" Grandchildren,
Chuck Dickson, Joe Pelt
(Barbara), Penny Edwards
(Terry), Sam Runfalo (Aaron),
Jacquelyn McArthur (David)
and Will Wester (Patty); great-
grandchildren, Chad Dickson,
Charli Dickson, Jeremy
Edwards (Christy), Joseph
Edwards (Barbara), Tirzak
Edwards, Noah McArthur,
Madison Wester, Amelia Ann
Wester, Grace Wester, Olivia
Wester, Willa Wester,
Rebekah Guy, Rdchel Pelt,
Jayson Pelt (Wendy) and Julie
Pelt; great-great-grandchil-
dren; Kayla Marie Edwards,
Desiree Edwards, Jonathan
Edwards, Gavin Guy, Caleb
Guy, Jordan Guy, Conner Guy,
Grace Knight, John- Michael,
and Luke Pelt Jr.. Three step-
granddaughters, Nettye Jo
Bennette, Jean Bevis and
Gayle Wideman also survive,
as does one stepgrandson,
Burton Wester.
Visitation will be Thursday,
July 24, from 6 to 8 p.m., at
James & Sikes Maddox
Chapel.
Services to celebrate her life
will be at the Grand Ridge
Baptist Church, Friday, July
25, at 10 a.m. Burial will fol-
low at Carpenter Cemetery.
Officiating at the
Celebration of Life service
will be the Rev. David Stuart,
the Rev. Chester Padgett, the
Rev, Bobby Etheridge, Dr.
Wiley Richards, Dr. Jerry
Oswalt and the Rev. Robert
Johns.
Pallbearers will be grand-
sons Chuck Dickson, Chad
Dickson, Jeremy Edwards,
Joseph Edwards, Will Wester
and David McArthur.
Honorary pallbearers will
be the deacons of the Grand
Ridge Baptist. Church, her
Ladies Sunday school class,
members of the Order of the
Eastern Star and members'of
the Carlisle Rose Garden
Club.
Memorial contributions can
'be made to theFlorida Baptist
Children's Home, 8415 Buck
Lake Rd., Tallahassee, FL,
32317; Campus Crusade for
Christ International, 100 Lake
Hart Dr., Orlando, FL, 32832;
or Covenant Hospice, 4440
Lafayette St., Marianna, FL,
32446.
James & Sikes Funeral
Home Maddox Chapel is in
charge of arrangements.


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Spring Hill




takes state


BY SHELIA MADER
FLORIDAN CORRESPONDENT
The Dixie Boys State
Tournament came to an end
Wednesday at Optimist Park
with front-runner Spring Hill
taking a 14-3 win over West
Volusia.
Spring Hill had swept their
opponents prior to the first
game on Wednesday when
West Volusia pulled off a 9-8
victory to force a second
game to declare a state cham-
pion.
In the championship game,
West Volusia sent Mark
Ferreira to the mound who
went two innings, giving up
six runs before giving way to
Michael Vermnnilio for three
innings of work. Vermilio
allowed only two runs.
Taylor Nugent closed out the
game for West Volusia.
Starting on the hill for
Spring Hill was Joe Gaffney
who gave up one run in one
inning.
J. T. Simpson came on in
relief, giving up two runs.
Spring Hill jumped in the
first inning' with two runs.
With one out, Louis
Colaiacomo singled and
scored on a shot over the cen-
terfield fence by Julian Perez.
With two outs, Simpson


and David Woop both singled
but neither crossed the plate.
West Volusia picked up one
run in the bottom of the
inning, a two-out solo shot by
Ferreira.
Spring Hill added four runs
in the second inning to go up
6-1. Jon Gaffney drew a lead
off walk and moved to sec-
ond on a 'single by Dante'
Sollazzo. Thomas Tambasco
hit into a fielder's choice get-
ting Gaffney at third.
Colaiacomo singled to set,
the stage for Perez to clear
the bases with his second
shot of the day.
West Volusia countered
with one run in their half of
the frame. T. J. Sanden sin-
gled but was out on a field-
er's choice by Dakota Oddo.
Oddo scored on a double
by Frankie Kicklighter but
two outs followed to leave a
runner stranded at third.
Woop reached on an error
with one out in the top of the
third for the only offense by
Spring Hill.
Kyle Yoder singled with
one out and Ferreira drew a
walk but neither was able to
score in the bottom of the
inning.
Spring Hill was three up
three down in the top of the
fourth inning. West Volusia


A Spring Hill player rounds second base during
Wednesday's Dixie Boys state championship game at
Optimist Park. Mark Skinner/Floridan


threatened in the top off the
third.
A lead-off walk to Sanden
got things started. With one
out, Kicklighter singled but a
fielder's choice by Vermilio
got Sanden going home. A
fly out to right field ended the
inning with no runs plated.
Spring Hill scored two
runs in the fifth off of hits by
Perez, Woop and Mike
Kodetsky.
West Volusia countered.
with one run in the bottom of
the fifth off of singles by
Ferraro, Yoder and Ferreira.


Spring Hill's offense
exploded in the top of the
sixth, plating six runs on six
hits, one walk and one hit
batsman.
Joey Asquith took one for
the team with Woop drawing
a walk. Tambasco,
Colaiacomo, Perez,
Townsend, Simpson and
Kodetsky all picked up hits in
the inning to bring the lead to
14-3.
, Spnng Hill retired the side
in order in the bottom to end
the game on the 10-run
mercy rule.


Panthers lose 14-10


in World Series


championship game


BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR
The Panhandle Panthers fell
just short of realizing their
dreams Wednesday night in
Moody, Ala., falling 14-10 to
Northport, Ala. in the title
game. of the Dizzy Dean
World Series.
The 12U Panhandle squad
needed to score two wins over
Northport to win the World
Series, but wasn't able to force
a second, winner-take-all
game.
Panhandle will have to set-
tle for second in the nation
after surrendering 6-0 first-
inning lead in the final game.
However, the Panthers were
able to exorcise some demons
late Tuesday night, and well
into Wednesday morning, to
advance to Wednesday night's
title round.
The Panthers outlasted
Northwest St. Petersburg, the
same team that defeated them
3-1 in the state title game and
12-2 Sunday in the World
Series, to take a 9-7 \%in in
nine innings.
It was the fifth straight win
for Panhandle since suffering
its only loss of the tournament.
It was also the most dramat-
ice and, most lkely, the most
satisfying win of the season
for the Panthers :


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"It was the most fun game
that I've rbrt been a part of,"
Panthers coach Allen Childs
said of the game, which start-
ed at 10:30 p.m. due to a rain
delay in the first game and fin-
ished at 2:30 a.m., Wednesday
morning.
"To win a game in the
World Series in the ninth
inning, I told the kids 'this is
what we live for.'
"It was one of those games
where you had to be there to
see it and be a part of it."
It was almost a game that
the Panthers wished to forget,
as they surrendered a 7-1 lead
in the fourth inning by allow-
ing Northwest St. Petersburg
to score six runs in the bottom
of the fourth.
"We were totally in control
of the game until the fourth
inning and then we went into
panic mode," Childs said. "We
made three errors (in the
fourth inning) and they went
to hitting.
"JBut we got settled down
and played as good of baseball
as our kids have played."
Dillon Bennett came'on in
relief in the fourth inning to
stop the bleeding, recorded'
three outs to end the rally and
never left the game.
Bennett then kept the pow-
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Wes Person Basketball
Camp
Former Auburn and NBA
player Wes Person is con-
ducting his Sharpshooters
Basketball Camp for boys
and girls from July 24-27 at
Marianna High School.
Cost is $65.
For more information,
contact Nadine Long at
850-209-3951.

Golf Tournament
The Scott Harrell Benefit
Golf Tournament will be
held today at Indian Springs
Golf Course with tee-off at
1 p.m.
There will be a four-man
scramble and lunch will be
served at 12:30 p.m. Cost is
$60 per person.
For more information,
contact Rob Halstead at
573-6679, or Tom Barbee at
573-3141.

Cottondale Pee Wee
Football and Cheerleader
signups
Cottondale Pee Wee
Football and Cheerleading
will have signups Aug. 2
from 9-11 a.m. at the
Cottondale' High School
football stadium in the trail-
er.
Registration fees will
only be $25 for the first 10
that sign up in each age
division for football and
cheerleading. P
This discount is only
good on this day. For more
information, call Tony at
573-1040.

Marianna Area Youth
Football and
Cheerleading signups
Marianna Area Youth
Football and Cheerleading
will have signu's Aug. 2
from 9-11 a.m. at Farm
Bureau Insurance.
Registration fees will
only be $25 for the first 10
that sign up in each age
division for football and
cheerleading.
This discount is only
good on this day. For more
information, call Brandt at
209-5778.

Softball Travel Team
Tryouts .
Softball tryouts for girls
fastpitch travel teams for
ages 10, 12 and 14 take
place Aug. 2 at 9 a.m. at the
Sneads ballfield.
For more info, call 573-
6749 for Roger Averitt, or
57.3-6750 for Crystal
Averitt.

Swimming Lessons
Swimming lessons will
be offered for ages 4-and-
up. Lessons are based on a
combination of nationally-
recognized methods.
The following sessions
are scheduled: Session 4:
Aug. 4-14. Classes are
available at 9 a.m., 10 a.m.,
or 7 p.m.
Sessions are Monday
through Thursday for two
weeks of 45-minute les-
sons. Cost is $45 and pre-
registration is required,
with a $5 late registration
fee.
Infant and preschool
swimming lessons for chil-
dren 3-and-under will meet
July 28-31 with classes
available at 10 a.m. and 7
p.m. Cost is $30.
For information, call pool
manager Rance Massengill
at 718-2473.

CABA World Series
The 2008 CABA 18U
aluminum bat World Series
will be held July 27 through
Aug. 3 at the Cene Park
baseball complex in
Struthers, Ohio.
Teams can register for the
World Series at
www.cababaseball.com
If you need more infor-
mation, contact Ken Quinn
at 330-755-5676.

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editorial@jcfloridan.com,
or fax them to 482-4478.
The mailing address for the
paper is Jackson County
Floridan P.O. Box 520
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erful St. Pete offense in check for the final five innings of the game, sur-
rendering just two hits and one walk and striking out four in his six innings
of work.
The Panthers' hurler got his team out of a pair of bases-loaded jams in the
seventh and eighth innings, then closed out St. Pete in order in the ninth to
end the game. It was a performance Childs said he would never forget.
"Dillon Bennett was incredible for us," the coach said. "He wasn't going
to be denied. "I've never seen a kid at that age with that much pressure on
him step up and produce like hie did. I've seen pros do it, but never a kid.
He stepped up and delivered."
The Panthers got the lead in the ninth courtesy of a two-run single by Josh
Taylor to score Trent Childs and Hunter Johnson.
Childs said he was extremely proud of the resolve his team showed in the
face of adversity.
"I stood there for four hours and watched 12 kids grow up," the coach
said. "All that hard work finally paid off. We belonged in this position and
we knew some way we were going to find a way to win."
Tayloroscored the first Panhandle run of the game on an RBI groundout
by Trent Clark.
Taylor scored again in the third inning when he led off with a single and
came to the plate on a triple by Hunter Jordan for a 2-1 Panhandle lead.
Grant McDonald's two-run double in the fourth inning made it 5-1, then
Taylor and Jordan followed with RBI singles for a 7-1 lead.
Against Limestone, Caleb Alexander started on the mound for Panhandle
and pitched three innings for the win, giving up a run on no hits and two
strikeouts.
The Panthers scored once in the second inning on an RBI single by
Jordan, then got four runs in the third, the first coming after a fourth straight
walk to start the inning. Johnson's RBI single made it 3-1 before the
Panthers scored again on a fielder's choice by Payton Dixon. Alexander's
RBI single made it 5-1 Panthers. Bennett pitched the fourth and fifth
innings, while Dixon closed the game with a hitless sixth inning.


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All nijmbers prefixed by CLOT ING 850-272-0394. videos, Barney; Wig-
'"900" are charged to les; Sesame Street. All
callers on a er-minute or $25, 850-593-2269
or e-callbasis Some Place your ad YOU Name It..
of these calls are to Size 3. Good condition in our
numbers outside of the $30. 850-593-2269 and Service Classified Has It
United States & expen- Girls Clothes sz 12mos Directory g
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phone bill.
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makes every effort to to 2T $1/each. 850-526- Mi $200 850-526-4891
list the charges for the 0094 GARAGE
reader. Remember, if Roper Dryer $50, Air
you have an doubts, Little Tyke Swing & SALES Compressor $150 850-
investigate! If it sounds Slide, $45 Always cov- 526-4891
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WANT BETTER GAS ACCESSORIES track, tablesaw, chip- . k-
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HUNTING/ I EQUIPMENT To Visit Vfsited Q E v
t/ ,m 53ad MSlb GIVER
Still Hunting Lease .- Original cost $299. S a u Caregiver needed. Live

850-593-2269 Yard S a- Sat. July Carhgive needtp ae. liE
Members Needed -600+ -26-4463 Decatur in Room/Board+ Salary
acres, Cypress area. Gazelle Edge, by Tony St. Kids/Adults NO smoking dr s .
Call 850-592-2836,850- Little Great Condition. Clothes & Toys alcoholpets chren.
209-4629 after 5pm. 50Furntu Beds 8504825631
H INSTRUCTION ] FURNITURE/ U GENERAL
CLASSES I HOUSEHOLDTo Visit Visited 8 HELP WANTED
Bed Wooden Drawer CONVENIENCE STORE
Guitar & Bass Lessons mtresses L ) Cashierposition
$15/30 minutes. Exp. with attres $80Savaiae. C peiti
guitarist looking for call 850-592-2583 Yard Salel MNS Guard / available. Competitive
more students. Lessons 850-272-0394. Dance. Bank of Jackson pay, paid vacation &
rtught enaonptsLesn- Chai5 ComfoCounty. Sat, July 26th benefit package. EOE.
taughtina-lonlpvten- ChBaire Comfortable (Tam-unbl) Support Sangaree Oil Co., 2979
vironment.850-718-7304 Beige color, Good Cond Team! Pierce St. 850-482-5241.
$30 call 850-592-2683
U]UND 850-272-0394. -- -
LOST/FOUND Computer Desk with'
Chair Good Cond. $110 *
FOUND: Chain Saw in call 850-592-2683 or
Indian Springs. Call 850-272-0394.
850-209-2847 Computer Desk with
-Chair good cond $80
SERVICES 850.272.0394.
End Tanle 2 tier w.
GOTCHA COVERED UP- beveled glass top,
HOLSTERY: Call Debbie excellent condition,
850-579-4834 $12. 850-526-3365.


GENERAL DooG
HELP WANTED
Boston Terrier Pups for
ENVIRONMENTAL sale 8wks old. $200 850-
SITE COORDINATOR 209-4961
Free to good home:
Georgia-Pacific,LLC Adult dogs & puppies.
in Hosford, FL 850-482-5472
is in need of
an experienced Free to good home: Kit-
Environmental Site tens & mama cat. (850)
Coordinator. 482-7946 MORNINGS
ONLY
Requirements
inc eBachelorof She-poo pups, no aller-
Science Degree, gies, no shed, 'gor-
minimumof3years geous silky coat,
environmental guaranteed health.
related experience, $325. 850-573-3493
of Microsoft Excel.
Contact Stacey
Hines @(404) 652-
2130. O
EOE F EquiFent'
FT/PT Help needed. niU "
Computer skills f
w/labor. Apply in per-
son at Altha Farmers
Co-op, in Marianna
HBI is seeking a FT
instructor to teach l IARM
plumbing at our WTE FAR M
Center in Marianna, E i EQUIPMENT
SFL. Five years a -
related trades 12ft hay mower $11,400,
experience as well New Holland round bal-
as excellent er1 $10,800 Tractor
,communications w/cab 90 HP $25,500
skills are needed. 850-866-2774
A background in
training or teaching 1 set of KMC twin row
is preferred, planters, 4 row. mount-
E-mail resume to ed on a paulk-frame 1
jobs@hbi.org KMC 4 row ripper w/
(or fax 202-266-8948) lift assist wheel and
Visit www.hbi.org fertilizer attach. 1,000
for more info. gal. nurse tank mount-
EOE/AA/M/F/D/V ed on tamdem trailer.
__________ J334-790-5077


S oUCE COMMERCIAL E MOBILE
3 PROPERTY/REIA? | HOME/RENT
SNewly Remodeled 1650 2 &3 BR MH, Cotton-
Fresh Peas & Butter- sq. ft. Office Space For dale. ttp:/www char-
beans.Shelled or Rent, Clinton St. loscounryhwng.com.
unshelled. Blounts- $1200/mo. 850-573-0960 _u_-2__-_/zu_-_ T
town Produce.
(850) 674-8709 Also.: | 2 & 3BR Mobile Homes
U-Pick, Mayo Rd. C Dfor Ret/ackson Cty.
Grand Ridge Bobb y TowHousE RfENT $350 &'up Call 850-557-
Hewett (850) 592- -5057
i6 town, $95 No ets 2 BR MH, CH & A, pear
Classified Askabout Move -10 & 71S; Ap. &
Classif special 850-482-5134 Lease Req.$40 + $300
Advertising dep.Swer/water/
YOUr SOUrCe DUPLEX/RENT Pets No Smoking. 526-

buying! 2/1 $550, 2/1 w/ca- 3/2 within city limits,
Shivers sheledpeas & report $625 Near Mar $425/mo Sec & Ref.
butter beans.White, zip- annaJoyce Riley Real Re850-482-5492
per, pink eyes, peas. Estate 850-209-7825 3BR/2BA MH in Sneads
Green & colore butter NEED TO PLACE AN AD? & Marianna. Call
beans. Farm fresh, It's simple, call one of Mon-- Fri after 4pm
home grown. $510, ur friendly Classified (850) 593 4452.
$20 bags available representatives and
FRMS.Corn field/sweet hey will be glad MOBILE
$4 pt, $8 qt, Squash $12 to assist you.
box, canning tomato's HOME/SALE
$12 bushell. Hwy 84 E. F M 1
334-522-3756. F'RMS/ '1"- / 6f8o. '94 2 2.
UPCKPEAS.WESHELL ACREAG ond cod. aol. o
PEAS! Farm Fresh Vege- IO SL B ON ER o 850-482-3168
tables! Deese Produce, FOR SALE BY OWNER 850-4823168
Lovewood Rd., Cotton- 2. in,, Jackson 96'DW, 28X60,CH/A
dale, FL (850) 573-1141 County. Woodedwith 96DW, 28X60, CH/A,
S(85 3 -2891 Count Road Frontage 4BR 2BA w/study. Appl.,
or(850)352-2891 Call 850-272-5193 2 porches incl. A cond.
l$4,300 per acre $30K 850-762-9333
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moreodoetail icals mounted on tool w & garb. 592-4793. 2-1181
I73 .. i C8-. I35bar. Good condition. - -l8) 7 0 8 2 3
$80 3 7 e-NT 3$500.229-758-31461- AeErsasiB
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1 Management Disc Cuts 6.69 feet, lPav mes age
r.needed at Sub- new blades, MF2250, /1 duplex, new n- Marianna- 3/2 Beauti-
way restaurant. o2800. 850-482-5747 struction, energy effi- fl, Center of T.own
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S deal850-638-9808. for & O.. ercr w $550/mo, $400 dep. lyr i800 mo. an850-890-2
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I 2 &3BR APARTMENTS $14,900! For listings
Q il CATS l PRODUC3 & MOBILE HOMES FOR, 800-570-8898 ext. 1774
Bu BI[ /RENT $525-$650/MO
"-'k (850.209 3591 Very Nice 3/1 Stove
8 week old kittens, free Peas-Various varieties ........... Fridge DW,W/D hookup,
to good home. call 850- & Okra. You Pick or we 2BR 2BA Apt. in town. inm.lawn $795/mo 850-
573-3270 pick. Call 850-592-2350 $450/mo.(850) 573-0598 526-3355


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REAL ESTATE T/Mo

New 1976 sq ft Home,
Cathedral ceilings, car-
port on 10 ac. across
from Lake Seminole,
Reduced to $189,900.
Also, other land only
parcels & acreage avail. '
FSBO 850-526-3014/718-
2119
New 3/2 1100 sq' 30ft. Hunter Sail Boat,
Btown. Tile/laminate turn key Live Aboard,
floors, appi pkg. On great weekend get
90'x 210' lot. $99,900 away. Many upgrades.
8507628185 Pt. Saint Joe, FL., $18K
0__ OBO, Call 850-227-4034
SClassifieds have what
Syou are looking for.
TiVAoncrcuLis 200414' Cobra, boat,
M t r e n motor & trailer $1,800
Motor IrneA excellent condition
.tlraiclOal s MustSee! 334-687-
QSI'Pwrr'.-r 3823
2000, 23', Aquasport,
s w/200 Johnson Ocean
Runner, Great condi-
tion. $15,500. Please
call 334-791-2609


BOATS/MOTORS
TRAILERS


SSELL
Yamaha G 800R '04,
Red/White:.2-cyl. 160
hrs. Fair cond. $3,800
OBO. 334-695-2939.
Triton 2005 1753 Crap-
pie, mercury 60HP, 4
stroke front & rear live
wells, and bait well, lots
of storage, fully
equipped. $12,500 OBO
850-547-3484 after 6PM
Triton '08, 18 ft. Explor-
er w/115 HP Mercury
Optimax. 71 pound mo-
tor guide 480 GPS/fish
finder, stainless steel
prop. Ready to fish
$18,600. 334-774-5412 or
334-790-1346.


S CAliPERS/;
TRAVEL TRAxBRs
08' Amerilite Travel
Trailer 21'/I ft. Fully self
contained, Used once.
Pd $13,400, asking $10k
850-579-2217
Need a New Home?
Check out
the Classifieds

MOTOR
HOMES








Winnebego '99 Brave
35-C, 35',living rm,
slide, 35k mi., Alcoa
wheels, new tires, gen.,
jacks, $33,500 obo, 522-
3564
Seabreeze Class A 95',
good condition new
carpet & bath fixtures
64,900 mile. $25,500.
850-547-3431


ifpl i- I II q
19 ft. Sports Deck Boat |
'05,90 HP Mercury w/
stainless steel prop.
9 passengers, Depth
finder, trolling motor,
electric anchor, boat R-VISION '06 Trail-Lite
cover, heavy duty trail- 26ft fully loaded low
er. $8,500. 334-983-4941 mileage like new! n-
or 334-596-4170. clude's navigation sys-
tem. Priced at $62,500
1994 Master Craft Pro OBO 334-616-6508 to
Star 205, Immaculate, see!
with some accessories
$15,000. OBO. 334-794- Monoco Knight '06,
9766/790-9422 Save $25K or more.
Diesel, 4 slides, 4300 mi,
15' Quahita Dbl Hull, 3 many upgrades
seater, Johnson 50 HP $159,700. 850-866-2774
outboard motor and
trailer. Make an Offer. Lexington '06 29ft,3
sen -n* di des, fll hnbody paiht


33 4-794-6994. bt. ,';"',i iii U rd"
11K miles, like new.
i CAMPER/ $59,900more info 334-

I T VEL T Holiday Rambler'02,
Work -n- Play 2006' diesel pusher, 2 slides,
28ft, Bumper pull toy outside ent. center,
hauler, sleeps 6-8, Exc- loads of extras, no
Cond., $14,800. OBO. smoke, no pets, 38K
SPORTSCRAFT'70,30- Please call 334-598-2675 mi., Must Sell! $68,500
ft, 440 Chyr. engine, 080, (850) 638-7920 or
good condition, $5,000 Sprinter 1999 5th wheel 850-596-8475
OBO0 334-687-4634 27ft, with slide out
room, fully loaded with
Ranger '91 Bass Boat, new hitch. $9500334-
Blue & silver, exc. 805-3058
cond., 17.5 ft., Mariner
mtr., Deluxe trailer, Prowler '04 5th Wheel,
$9,500, 334-693-9287 25 ft. Must see! Nice
unit. Many extras!
Pontoon Boat '05. 20' $15,500. Call 334-714-
Sunchaser. 50 HP 0210.
Yamaha. Garaged. Like
new. $11,500 OBO. Call Outback '06 31 RQS
334-714-5860. Loaded $16,900 OBO Four Winds 5000'00,
Ouachita 15' outboard 334-618-401. white, Auto. 8-cyl. 2
uachita 15'outboard -----WD. 88,300 miles, Great
65 HP Johnson trolling Nash 2004 5th wheel M- cond. 28Feet, AM/FM
motor, depth finder and 24-53, 1 slide, impres- Cassette Stereo, Cable
more. $1,700. OBO.334- sive condition and TV Hookup, TV Antenna
701-1408. equipment, W-07 Silver- Telephone Jack, Sky-
Nitro '07 w/H. Been ado available for total light, LPG & CO Leak
travel package, let's Detectors, Awning,
in water only 3 times discussprice.334-701- Booth Dinette, 6 Cu.
Over $1K worth of 4315
electronics to nive with Foot Refrigerator with
the boat. Seeking Montana 20055th Freezer, 6 Gallon'
someone to take over Wheel, 4 slides, king Electric Ignition Water
payments. 229-220- bed, excellent conni- Heater, 32 Gallon Fresh-
1910. tion. $34,500 OBO 850- water Tank, Tol-let,
547-2808 Sink & Shower, 25 Gal-
Marquis '77 w/1990 re- Ion Wastewater Tank,
built 90 HP motor, Montana 02' 5th wheel 22 Gallon Grey Water
trolling motor & fish camper, 32.5 ft. 2 slides, Tank; Heated Holding
finder. $3,000 obo. 334- mounted space heater, Tanks, 13,500 BTU Roof
475-3272 new 4000 Onan Air Condi-tioner, 31,000
Generator w/inside re- BTU Fur-nace, Micro-
Legend '04 Bass Boat, mote, $25k OBO, 850- wave Oven, Oven with 3
225 Mercury, low hours, 593-6946 Burners, 7 Persons,
yellow, mint cond., Queen-size Bed & Mat-
$13,500, (334) 790-1350 Jayco 2001 pop up tress, 7,41 (Gasoline), 5
camper, sleeps 7, gas Kw LPG Generator
Javelin '94' Bass boat or electric fridge, heat- Trailer Hitch Car doll
377A 150 fast strike, /cooling system. awn- Non- smoking New: All
trailer. $4750 334-596- ing. $4800 334-794-7103 6 Tires, Brakes, Cataly-
1694 Jayco "08" Eagle 5th tic Converters, Spark
Jason 1986 bass boat wheel, 291RLTs, 3 Plugs, Battery, $17,000
110 Johnson motor, slides, with covers, OBQ, Please Call 334-
garage kept, good con- electric awning $35K, 347-0496.
edition $4500 OBO 334- selling for health rea-
794 5511/334-798-5936 sons 334-791-4192

new loade., wet.. slip --2 slide outs. Exc. condo.
& t. ino u- Like new on rented lot
with water front view
Lake Eufaula $19,000
080 334-793-0021.

Fourwinds '08 Chateau
7 A. Sport Class C, 28 ft.
Hunter 2004 306, like Workhorse Chassis 6.OL
new loaded wet slip Vortec. 5578K mi. no Al.
available, in Port St. outs. non-smoker and
Joe, FL great weekend pet free. $55,000 obo
getaw ay,'Deta lled pics "Serious inquv es on ly*
Sinfo upon request. Reduced334-612-365.
0Kg Lv Fleetwood Scorion '06, Ford 1991 Class C, re-
Ms pup mountedOon a built onan, 2 A/C's,
Fisher 2008 1754, 40HP raiser. Kitchen, bath, good condition. $6000
4 stroke mercury, ta- ramps. $14K. Call Blake- will finance. 334-793-
chometer, humming- ly, 229-723-5958. 5248 -
bird 565, live well, bilge Fleetwood 2002 Discov-
pump, $11,200 334-798- ery 39ft 2 slides, 330
0010 HP diesel, very nice
Chaparral '8- 198XL $85,000 334-618-8457
185 Evnrude ,oth Ira-l"-D
er 4500 $39334-900334-6876929949360 Damn Inte Break 00'
35 ft Class A desgn228K
er. V-10, 27,917K 2





toLg slide out, ex. cond.TV
e AXefin wneel.$36h. Towing pkg. $39,500.




4 ses replace rge call334-585-273146
Yellow, 260 hp, bimin $39,900334- 687-2994 Damon'96 Daeybreak1,


Caravel '97 21 ft., Mer- Motorhome. 31 ft.
cruiser 240 hp, -, Clean, sips 6. Great
Cscon dhparcond. Comes w/2-whl
great nd.,arage car dolly. 334.792-0619
trailer pressure Fleetwood '00
brakes LED lighting Prowler Camper, M UT
low hours, NEW BABY Ig. slide out, 38, 2BR, M US
ONLY REASON BOAT IS Great cond., $10,500, M e
FOR SALE, $11,900 OBO, Call 229-308-1168.
Call 334-618-3957
98 Coachman Santa-
ra, 35ft. 23,000 miles,
7KW generator, 2 en-
Wtries,.ducted CH/A,
hydraulic levelers,
rear queens, sleeps Coachman '000 Catalina
6, leather power cap- Lite 249QB 25FT camper
talns chairs, base- In great shape.S6000
ment model, great OBO. 334-445-3652.
shape, all manuals, Leave message
Bayliner '93 19ft. service records,
Cabin. White/Blue, $32,000. 850-762- Chevrolet '92 Sprinter,
Only 93 hours, Mer- 3865 20 ft. self contained Mo-
cruiser, great cond., tor Home. Great for
Fishfinder/CD/VHF, camping, hunting, fish-
too many new items '"ing. 5700, 334-762-2541
to list including new
upholstery, $6,500 Alrstream '93 34' diesel
OBO. 334-477-2059 64K ml. Excellent cond.
0.334-477059. $25,000. 334-792-1079.


Alumacraft '00 Flats, 18'
90 HP Johnson trofling
motor, depth finder,
live well, bimini top,
marine radio. $6,000.
229-723-5969 or 229-
308-2595


'95 Hunter 23.5 sailer
w/trailer, '03 5hpHon- "
da, 2much2 list, $10k
OBO, Call 334-806-2822.


86' BAYLINER 29ft. Vol-
vo 260 eng., fully loaded
w/trailer, ow hours
$13,900 OBO 687-8169,
334-703-3138
34 ft. House Boat,
Sleeps 6, good cond.,
asking $12,000 OBO,
Call 334-792-1079 or
334-718-9054
(2) YAMAHA'S '06 Wave
runners 4 stroke eng,
dual trailer w/covers,
excellent condition
$14,000 for both 334-
687-0875


'95 Westport by Fleet-
wood, 34' 2 slides, rear
kitchen, hardwood
floors, good condition,
$14,000687-2684,334-
703-0125
200719ft. Pilgrim Ute
Travel Trailer, like new,
asking $10,000, Call
(334) 677-3827
2006 custom park mod-
el Log Cabin,used 3
months perfect for lake
lot, hunting cabin or
mother In law suite on
our lot, ready to move.
33,900. 33O (251)654-
5586
2005 Gulf Stream Cavi-
ler Pkmdl, 31L, sleeps
6, excellent condition.
Full stand up shower.
$7,500. 334-237-1039
2004 Dutchmen Classic
35ft. 2 slides. 1'/2 bath.
Satellite. W/D hookup.
Exc. cond. Like new.
$17,500. 334-671-0312.



'2003 Keystone Cougar
5th wheel, Series 276
EFs. 28 ft. w/ living
room slide. Great cond.,
$13000,334-702-8267,
leave a message.
1995 Shasta Travel
Trailer, 22 ft., sleeps 4,
$5500, Call (334) 794-
2921


MOTOVC S/ MOTORCYCES/ AUTOMOBILES |AUTOMOBILES
11 ATVs AT"s I
'04 Big Dog Ridgeback, Suzuki 1500 '01, Black, CHEVY '94 Caprice Mercury 03' Grand Mar-
Hard-tail, 11,000 mi, 8,000 mi. Like new. w/LT1 posi rear end quis GS, 1 owner, like
$19,500, 334-648-2425. $5,500.334-470-0237. Station wagon. Auto new inside/out, only
$1800. Call 334-696-. 28k miles, $9,500.850-
2005 CRF 150 F Honda, Victory 1999 1500, 5K 8019. 482-8416
good condition, very American made bike
ow mileage, $2,000 $6000 Firm 334-618- Classifieds have what Mercury '76 Marquis,
687-3275 or 850-625- 8457 you are looking for. less than 45K original
3965 miles, 1 owner, $3500,
365 Yamaha 02' Zuma Chevy '96 Caprice 4-dr, seriousinq.only,334-
You Name It... Scooter. 6400 mi. white, burgundy int. 1 691-7332 or 685-2269
Classified Has It!!! 125mpg, Windshield & owner, exc. cond. 130K

so25mglidhtl
luggage rack,excel. mi. PRICE REDUCED, Mercury '95 Grand Mar-
Harley Davidson '00 cond. $1600.850-352- $3,900. 334-886-3061. quis, runs good, excel-
Heritage softtall twin 4723 lent condition. $5,000.
cam, blue & silver, rd Neg.. Low miles. Call
radio, lots of extras, Yamaha '04 V-star1100 334-718-9617/671-0492
$12,000. 334-671-4281. Silverado, 4-stroke ec9 n
$6,200 334-726-1821 Mercury '99 Grand Mar-
quis LS, white, exc.
'07 tar cond., 25 mpghwy, ask-
M T 650cc 4500m $5500 ing $5800 OBO, Cali 334-
M US 334-347-2772. 793-9758,797-9755
-- I Yamaha 07' V-Star. .Mini Cooper '06 Con-
i.' New Loaded, comes Chrysler'04 Crossfire. vertible, auto, fully
with helmet & cover. Grey, 6-spd. -cyl. 48K. loaded, immaculate.
ly mle! $6,500. Call a CD, leather it. $18,000. 334-596-2692.
any time. 334-494-3344. Great cond. $17K. 334-
Yamaha 2003YZ125,2 596-1810.
stroke, pro circuit pipe .
great condition. $3400 -
HARLEY DAVIDSON 334-726-3842 Mitsubishi'06' Eclipse
'04 Road King. 5680 GT, Red, 6-spd. 46550,
miles, Excellent Yamaha 2005 Raptor s new tires, very clean,
Cond. Better than 660, extras, low ours, mfg warr, Viper alarm,
new, Lot of extras $4000. 334-677-3738 tints, Exc cond. 15000,
$14,100 obo.Call 334- Yamaha 2006 V-star 334-333-7555.
333-6108. 1100, 3100 miles, war-
ranty, $6200 OBO, 334-
793-5621 or 334-797- Corvette'06, 3LT26K
1463 leave message Miles, GPS, Glass Top,
TOrange $37,900/Offer
H WATER SPORTS/i (814) 397-7146 Cell
EQUIPMENT Frd'02Mustang,
20042 YAMAHA Wave Dark Red, Coupe. 5
Runners, 4 stroke eng., spd. 78000mi In- Mitsubishi'06 Lancer 02
dual trailer covers, life dash CD stacker, Mitsubishi '06 Lancer 02'
Harley Davidson '05 jackets $13,000 for both weather, warranty, Raydows & Door lock Powes,
Electra Glide Ultra Clas- 229-759-9974 $6,500 Neg., Ph: Windows & Door locks,
sic, Red/aBlack, Loaded, 912-996-8109. CD Player, $ 11,750.
ic Red/a aded, Financing Available-
Great cond. $18,000, WAC.
334-389-9889. C FORD 05 Mustang Con- Call John 334-797-0420
V vertlble, leather V-6, or Jason 334-714-1601
HM^'%, loaded, 18K miles,
$16,000 334-355.0881
&.C !SOr-eS Ford'05 Mustang, V-6
insurance premium edition, Fully
G loaded, great gas saver.
Reduced to $14,000.
-334-692-5577

Harley Davidson '06
0yi0gu_.


Dyna Super Glideu
motocycle, Pearl Red,
chrome, fwd. controls,
wind shield, sundowner
seat. 6-spd. 4900 mi.
$10,500, 334-798-5104.


Harley Davidson '06
Dyna Wide Glide, Gla-
cier White Pearl, 6-spd.
5,000 mi. Like new. New
exhaust, saddle bags,
backrest, luggage rack.
2 yrs left on ext. war-
ranty. Bike is flawless.
$17,500. 334-494-4784.


Harley uaviason 'us
Screaming Eagle VROD,
Red, 7K mi, warranty,
$19,500 nego. Call 334-
714-5940.


SELL
IARLEY DAVIDSON '08
Fat Bob Pearl Blue, 6-
spd. 2000 miles, excel-
lent condition, lots of
extras, 2YR warranty,
$17,400 OBO. Call 334-
441- 6962.
Harley Davidson '08
Road King. Crimsorf
Red, 6-spd. 675 miles,
excellent condition.
warranty, $19,500. Call
334-618-9828.
Harley-Davidson 2000
heritage soft-tall, pearl
white, lots of chrome,
extra seats. $15,000
334-693-0540
Harley-Davidson 2001
883 sportster hugger,
excellent condition low
miles. 334-693-0540
HD '02 Fat Boy. Motor-
cycle. Custom, 8500 mi.,
exc. condition. Loaded,
$12,000 080. Call 334-
255-3165.
HD '06 Heritage Softtail
Classic. White 5-spd.,
1700 mi., excellent con-
dition. $16,500. Call 334-
406-1999.
Honda'03 VTX 1800
Black, Motorcycle. Gar-
age kept with approx
2000 miles. Showroom
condition. Backrest/
luggage rack w /bag,
quick detach wind-
shield. $8700, 334-445-
6933. ,_
HONDA '06 VTX 1300 C
Cruiser, 1,700 miles,
black & chrome, Vance
and Hines custom ex-
haust, $8,500 OBO 334-
695-9269, 334-695-9265
Honda Rancher 2 WD
w/electric shift. Like
new $3000 850-209-4447
Kawasaki '01 ZX-9R,
black w/ red rims, new
tires, chain & sprockets
22k miles. $4500 334-
714-0800
Kawasaki '05 KLX-110
$1,100, like new, excel-
lent cond. 334-445-4304
or 334-791-8549.
Kawasaki '05 KLX300
piped & jetted Like
new. $3,000. 334-791-
8549.








Kawasaki '06 ZX-10R,
Black, Motorcycle. 3200
miles, runs well, low
miles, Great cond.,


565-3160/504-0223 Kawasaki 750 ATV, like
28 ft. Allegro, well new, bumper, specialty
maintained new tires, package Allo Whees,
fully loaded, new paint, Call (334) 333-2988
indoor kept $12,500. Kawaski '07 Mean
-Call 334-792-8018 or Streak Special Edition.
334-792-8827 Under 500-miles, extras
included, $9500, Call
(334) 899-4247
Polaris 90cc '06, green



Great condo 1,6850CC, all



334-791-1450. moped, street legal.
80334-793-5248
Sportster '06883 Low.
Motorcycle. Black, 490
ml., excellent condition.
Loaded, 6200 OBO. Call
1997 Four Winds Class 334-255-3165 or 334-
C, 31 ft. A/C, stove, ml- 255-2920.
dinette. $24,900. Call SUNF 200850CC,
334-791-1450. moped, street legal.
$800 334-793-5248


AUTOMOBILES



LOOK
Acura'92 Integra, 5spd
Black CD.Runs well. Re-
built motor, sunroof.
Brand new 26" rims,
chrome w/black 3,800
334-671-1607.
BMW '04 Sedan Md#
525i Silver, 28,775K mi.,
AT/ 6sp. Garaged, exc.
cond. $30,500. 334-803-
9276 or 334-393-5829
Buick '01 Park Avenue,
white, loaded, exc.
cond. 64K m. $8,900.
334-794-7493.
Buick '96 Lasabre
limited 4-dr. 103k mi.
$3,200. 334-726-4730 or
334-792-4555.


light blue, blackleather
int, premium sound,
loaded, 5 sp., exc. condo.
20,700 m, $18,400, Call
334-588-3400
Ford '07 Focus, 22k mi.,
factory wrnty, all the
options, like new,
34mpg. Asking $12,800.
Call John at 334-477-
3068





LTD, 4-dr. V-8 auto, 92K
mi. new paint & vin.top.
$1,495. 334-687-1363.
Ford '93 Mustang con-
vertible 4 cyl, needs
work $1,200 850-482-
2636
FORD '95 F150. $2500.
Call 334-701-9515.

Ford 95' Mustang,Co-
nvertable $2500850-
726-0256


Cadillac'05 STS V6
Sandstone, 29,500
miles, leather int., very
clean, NADA Retail
$24,07,5 asking $19,750.
Call 334-693-0892.
Cadillac '93 Allante Ford '96 Thunderbird,
Convertible, red, beige White V6 $2400 334-
leather excellent 71k 793-9020 or 334-794-
miles $13,900334-449- 6234
2823 or 334-723-3037 Ford '98 Taurus, 119,000
Cadillac '94 Fleetwood miles, V6, $2,300, Call
Bghm, silver, 150k mi., (334) 899-8448 Iv. msg.
200 w/scooter chair,
char lift. 850-42-5677 Ford '99 Taurus, black,
days; 850-656-7212, 5-8 gray interior, AC. $2800
Cadillac'96 Fleetwood,

rims, exc. condo 78K
mi., asking $6400 OBO,
Call (334) 379-5118
Camper Top for F-350
Ford, $650. 334-347-
0415 or 334-806-7578

Honda'05nCivicEX Spe-
.n e. cial Edition, Fiji Pearl
-. Blue, 5 spd. 36500 mi.,

Honda '05 Civic Hybrid
Gold, 33,000 miles.
Great cond. 40-50 mpg
$16,500. 334-585-3891.
Chevrolet '03 Tahoe Jeep '01 Grand Chero-
LT. SUV. Black, Auto. kee, Mint Cond. new
8-cyl. 2 WD. 78,000, tires, cold air,$5000.
excellent condition. 334-685-3832
Loaded, CD, AC, ran
AM/FM, stereo, new Jeep'05 Grand Chero-
tires, leather int. kee. 58,000 miles. All
very clean, 16,400 Hwy mile. s. Must Sell
Call 334-790-5685. $15,999. OBO Please
Ca334790568 call 360-460-8208


^SELL *---
Chevrolet '04 Malibu
Classic, white, pood A.
cond. w/ new tires,
$5,500, If interested call M
334-790-4484


Chevrolet '87 Corvette
Coupe. 71K actual mi. 1
owner, 2 tops, other ex-
tras described when
called. 334-393-2109
Chevrolet '93 Cdrvette
Convertible, Red leath-
er, 70K miles. $13,000.
OBO. Please call 334-
712-1531
Chevy '03 Z06 Corvette,
Excellent cond. 35K mi,
$27,500. 850-762-8399
Chevy '05 Cavalier. Tan,
PS, PB, am/fm radio
w/cd player. 53,284K.
$6,500.. Call 334-671-
4214 or 334-596-0214
Chevy '07 HHR. Crimson
red. Excellent condi-
tion. Take over pay-
ments, daughter over
seas. 334-796-9929.
Chevy '32 Original body
& frame, 350 engine, AT
Trans., extras! Must see
to appreciate! Serious
Inq. only. $20,000 obo.
334-372-4122
Chevy '68 Camero, race
car,468 engine, runs
6.50 1/8, beautiful car
$12,500. 334-687-9788 or
334-695-4499
Chevy '91 Caprice, 4-dr.
newpaint, Burgundy in
&out. Good cond. 96K
$4,200. OBO or trade.
334-793-7989.


Chevy '93 Corvette con-
vertible 40th Anniv. Edi- -
tion, ruby red, new tires
and battery recent tune
up $16,500,850-332-
0065 or thuddriver
01@aol.com


S C evy '94 Camaro
... . !Blue, Sedan. 5- spd.
'04 Pace Arrow 37 C, SUZUKI '02 Katana 750, 6-cyl. 2 WD. Loaded,
'04 Pace Arrow 37 C, 6800 miles, excellent Power brakes, Power
Work Horse Chassis. condition $3,800 OBO steering, CD, A/C,
19K loaded 3 slides 99 334-355-0949, 695-4292 runs well, new tires,
tow car, $93,000, Call T-Tops, very clean,
(334) 618-0717 Great cond. $4000.
'03 Class A Monoco La Suzuki'04 GSXR750. 334-618- 3414.
Palma. 2 slides. 1v 6500. 334-618-1920.
bath. Loaded! Incl. car Suzuki '07 GSX-R600, Ford '02 Taurus SE, all
dolley & all furnishings 1141 mi., like new, ask- power, runs great.
(dishes, towels, etc.) ing $7700 OBO, 334-677- Clean.$4,200. OBO. Call
$75K. 334-790-3480. 3694 or 334-714-0389 (334) 726-1215


LEXUS '02 LX470, Pearl
White, SUV. Auto, 8- cyl.
4 WD. 85,000 mi, LOAD-
ED, Great cond. $24,985,
334-798-5271. '
Lexus '04 RX330 50K mi.
sun-rf crystal white.
18/24 MPG, $23,000.
334-702-1010 or 334-
701-6501.
Lexus '95 LS400, runs
good, all options, needs
some work, $2500, Call
(334) 792-4100 or 618-
9101
Lexus '98 ES300, Like
New. $9,000 negotiable,
334-798-6784
Mazda 04' RX8, 62,000
miles. Runs great. Boria
Cat-back exhaust. Take
over pmts. $19k owed.
850-557-6199
Mazda '91 MX6, auto,
fully loaded, 167k miles,
$2400, Must see! 334-
648-3171
Mercedes '05 SL 500,
silver/ash, loaded
$47,500 334-685-1070
SERIOUS INQUIRES
ONLY!!







Mercedes '89 560SL,
burgundy, tan leather,
101K miles, both tops,
beautiful inside & out,
needs nothing. $12,900.
Call 334-684-2006
Mercedes '96 320 SL.
Low mileage. Call 334-
774-8731 or 797-5130.
Mercedes '98 Benz E320
78K original mi. white,
well maintained, have
all service records.
$11,990. 334-596-2077







Mercury '00 Grand Mar-
quis. White with blue
interior, clean inside &
out, 85K miles. Looks &
drives like new. Miche-
lin tires. $6,300. Serious
inquires only. 334-714-
4510 or 334-793-3334.


SAUTOMOBLES PICK-UP PICK-UP
MOBIL TRUCKS TRUCKS

LO O K Chevrolet '04 1500, 4x4,
regular cab, long bed,
39K, $11,000. Please call
334-726-0729




Ford'02 F-ISO 74k
Smiles, excel lent condi-
to.4DR ni ht


Suzuki '06 Forenza Se-
dan Blue, Auto. 4-cyl. 2 Chevrolet '
WD. 24,000 miles, Burgundy,a
24/36 MPG, Power 8 cyl. 4WD,
brakes, Power steering, Loaded, ste
CD, A/C, AM/FM, ste- tires. Great
reo, runs well, sunroof, $9,400. 334
very clean, Great cond.
$12,000, 334-699-
7251/334-805-3113.


MUST Sel -
Toyota '07 Sequoia,
Gray, 2 WD. 42k mi.
Loaded, moon roof,
leather, DVD entmt Chevrolet '98
system, warranty. Fleetside -
Great cond. $26,900. Dr 98K mi,
334-726-4818;797-5083. asking $9995
Volkswagen 05' Torgua- 790-2364, 33'
reg, Gray w/saddle inte
rior, 40k miles, top of
the line, sun roof, V8 I
option,dual climate air,
heated seats, automat- Chevro ei-'
ic w/manual shift o- 4X4, Crew
tion steering wheel 34K mi., Bo
controls, side curtain DVD, very (
air bagswindow D, erty
shades for back seats, raty $39-3
and rear air. $ 23,800
334-701-8555/334-685-
6233
Volvo 04' V70, 2.5 turbo .'. .
wagon, 73k miles, Auto
w/manual shift option,
dual air climate control,
memory seats, CD/ca-
ssett player, gold w/tan
leather,remaining 100k
warranty $10,900, 334-
701-8555/334-685-6233 Chpvy 04' Av
Z71, Exceller
AINTIQUE tion., Fully Io
$17,000. Call
AUTOS 3133/797-53'


37 Z71.
automatic
66,000 mi
ereo. New
t cond.
-695-0361.


uili, 4Di, SUlU WIIILte ,
fully loaded $15,000.
Cal 334-983-1860


BY
Owner
Ford '05 F-250 Lariat
Off road pgk. White
with matching ARE
topper. 4 WD. Crew
Cab, 15,000, miles.
Loaded, power
brakes, power
steering, CD, A/C,
AM/FM, stereo, low
miles, leather int.
very clean, warran-
ty, Like new.$31,500.
al 1 a5n-20-57-1516


xt. Cab, 3
Very Clean, s
50BO. 334-
4-793-1005

BY

Silver, Ford '03 F-150 Lariat,
se, PSR, 4x4, Leather, Supernew,
clean war- 4 doors, off road pack-
500 Call age, Loaded! $15,600.
331. Call 334-797-7178.
Ford 79' F100, runs
good $1200 OBO call
850-209-2614


avalanche
It condi-
daded.78K.
334-677-
341


Mitsubishi'07 Eclipse .




GT, V6, Loaded, Ithrcondi-
6disk cd, htd seats, fin.K
avail. $17900. John 334-
797-0420 or Jason 714-
1601


Cadillac '68 Deville,





-stereo leather interior. -or 334-701-5129 -
Red, Convertible. $8500 Chevy '05 Colorado,
334-774-9243. Crewcab, 36K, exc..

Mitsubishi '92 3000 GT Retoredlipsemint condi- cover, running boards,



VGSX tb, 54-cy. 6u. garage kept 96K spray in liner.
AWD; 98,000; Loaded miles, $9,000, 229-334- $14,495.. 334-792-2938
PB, PS, A/C, AM/FM 8719 or 334-701-5129


stereo leather interior.l
Runs well, very clean; Chevy '83 Crew Cab,


Great Shape. $10,500, 350 motor, 4 WD, 1tn,
334-79,4-7826. -$3400, needs work. Call





Mitsubishi '95 Mirage. ChevyS'57 Belair 2 door,
GSX turbo 4-cyl. auto. l





l Nissan '03350Z Tourin 5g NW 517k334793190
pack. 61K new tresots of chrome,
real fast. 70K mi. aluminum wheels.









fully loaded, exc. condo 124K. mi. 4.3 eng. Good
l 1 owner, $17,8800pay, condition. 3 dr. cool air.
$4off. Call (334) 714-1671 $400. 334-494-260984
334-44-3555.
i '5 Ford'68 F10 step side, Chevy'05 Silverado,
t aGreat gassavere,! $ Reoto Crew Cab Tr Load-
obo. 850-209-3453 6,000 obomust334-671- 850-594-3282sell.rager

IM s c, A E. Car. Was $20K
Nissan'03 35Z Touring NOW $17k 334-793-1902 ng 9 0 Call 334-
& brakes elec. blue





0381 or 334-695-0381.Chevy' Silverado






Nissan '05 Maxima SL. 798068
White. Fully loaded. Chesy *025 lvrado LS.
fLeather, Exc. cond., extended ca9 2 cHD
Sowner$17,800 124K. mfolloi. 4.3 eng addonod



newoff. Ca (334) 714-1671,900 75% refurbished. Many condition. 3 dr. cool air.
u$4,400. 334-494-2784 or













3334-7 7-34698 exrs Tking bid-4-555

rtred. 950, 33 r te de, Chevw '05 Silverado
1rea naee, oo ng o Crew Cab Truck. Load,
18Kmi.. Pal S edo with extras $18,000.







moto, rl st& needs ion3. -----T-

ite80 3 6- 8 4Fuly ae. 2 s Chevy '09 Silverado L

110k milesather s for cooling produce, shapen, Reg Cab, $300
Great gas, new tires,3m leaterk mls, ed
Cnmust sacrifice.ax, 56K $17,4300 cllnt condition, new ...'follow.n85g-482-6066 orddon







334-797648-31641 motor w/ old motor for 850-394-71 camper 5th wheel to
Ol l 000. ag.. attach wiring harness






15k mile ext Chevrolet '57 Be -A ir, 4 ext. t ow mirrors., 3bed
minor tune up and aIg bids to, nicely equippeat,
Nclessan'7 up. Call 334-347- CLASSIFIEDS very low miles. $23,900669.





5384 or 334 -3237 W're Workg For 000, 334-685-23173


optio. tr10sm2000.M. .seerg weel
$,800 .34-446-0138 49' Ref334-7-74er, de hes 3 rd row seati
ant to sell Volvo 97os up b ck7 w00nr bu t s s,
dmobile0 Itr door, q start ued cd changer i
110k mvertibles, runs great, for cooling produceex- shape, Reg Cab, $3000ar
rare car$6,500 334-792- regtnr 9$6000. Ne-. Call controls
4100 or d 334-618-9101. res, Fuller transms- Che800334-701-Siverado

PARPlymouth '68 Fury I. Y d e 0' a500Qade
iRuns, but needs work. DELIVERY T K. Die- Burgandyw/beige




Mak e offer 334-447- el GMC w/0618ft box truck, o Dieather 83k miles
915mi. ery ean, good Camper shell, one yr te wheel con-
-o$5,800. 0 334 3348 old. Fi to trsanmis- CD ouis, 3d rw seat50
3348033058. sion334-797-2497, 334797- w/c00 ntr bucket seats,
Call 334-t673-4852 eve1sc cd changer in8
vi seshpwereseatsrear







rare cWant to sell Volvo334-792'97 dump truck Dai '04 ntrolsuad
eti your automobile? W n64,tr-axle,6 body. cb le on
ext. side, R swing barn 6K Auto, $11,995.0
4100 or 334-618-9101. ries, Fuller transmis- $16,800lease ca 334-70174-7569




Class d Ad on, Good for log truck 8555/-2772; 334-671-7632 334-685-6233








Pontiac '01 Grand AMi, A PICK- a eaor lone A 6. $W200k.

4 P 24,0 mles, owner road miles, 6.0 Dodge '95 Ram 1500 uw/
ioV8.rMobilloilonly. A camper shelly., 203K mins
$5,800. 334.677-7348- diesel, auto transmis- CDs Cruise, $20,500.


















334-803-3058. o k dies. 5ik 00 -526-22950 3 803a03








3752/850-557-6666 new in every respect.
a16,500 firm. Ca3- 334-
silveyour automobile? W-64 tri-axle, 16 body. cab, Excellent condition
ext. sFde, R swinM barn 60KAuto,$11,995.00
Place a door. $21,900. Cae 1334- Please call334-774-7569


























5- 2, Classified Ad 685-2772; 334-671-7632 or 334-432-0533
mi. Very clean, good camper shell, one yr. tom exhaust, AIWA
cond. $5000 OBO. 334- old. Fits F-150'99,500.
Red,1604A Black, Like new. $600. 334-898-2537.





4Call 334-347-2717.

no answer leave mes-
table ramp for sale or
long-term lease$D. L V5 0

Pontiac '01 Grand A6,4 clc up Auto; 6 cyl. 2WD. 23k,
Red, 4DR, AC, AT Power steer, CD, A/C,

$ 0 34- 078 Chevrolet '04, 2500 LS 1 ail$ 334-79L4509.
Pontiac '06 GTO, 6.0, Crew Cab. 21,100 one
400HP 24,000 miles, owner road miles 6.0 Dodge '95 Ram 1500 w/


Pontiac'073G i $16,500 firm. 5 a30 -




runs t. l4.l3ln aA_


701-9080.
Race Car Dirt late mod-
el '05 CJ Rayburn & 28'
inclosed hawler. Many '
extras. 334-355-0298.
Saab '019.3 convertible
67k mi. $9,950. 334-726-
4730 or 334-792-4555.







Saturn '07 Aura XR,
9,800 mi., like new,
white, Ithr, sunroof, all
options, MUST SEE TO
BELIEVE! $21,150 obo,
334-522-3564
Toyota '02 4Runner, Sil-
va, 1%w-,-ioW ArwL


ver, zwu, Power W/L,
Leather, Tow pkg, roof
rack, 105K, $10,800
850-526-2484
Toyota '05 Camry, 4
door, tan, auto., sun-
roof, cd changer, all
pwr., like new, 17,300
mi, $15,900, Call (334)
389-3071


Chevrolet '02 S-10
Crew Cab, 4x4 Fleet
side, ZR5
Appearance pkg. Exc.
Condition, fully oaded,
extended warranty
69,000 miles.
Original owner, $15,000.
334-726-3136
334-693-0093.
Chevrolet '03 Silverado
LS, black, 1 owner,
Sportside Body, 80K
mi., well maintained,
$12,500, (334) 493-2481
Chevrolet '00 Silverado
1500, 5.3L V8, Red,
Loaded, CD/AM/FM,
A/C, runs well, Great
cond. Extras 12000.00
OBO, 334-355-1272.
Chevrolet '00 Tahoe,
4x4 LT, loaded, Ithr, On-
Star, 156K mi., exc.
cond. $8000 OBO, Call
(334) 798-2115


Ford '07 F250 Diesel,
Crew, Auto, 4WD.
$14,000 ml. Chrome
edition. Warranty
look mi. PD 52K. Like
new. $34,900. Call
334-684-6291.

Ford '01 F150 4DR XLT
V8 Triton, 76K, Tow
pkg. True workhorse!
$12,000.850-215-1338
Ford '99 F-350. Enclosed
service truck. $8,000.
Call 334-774-8731 or
797-5130.
Ford '05 F150, FX4,ex-
tended cab, siver, 39k
miles, all power.
$19,500. 334-726-0435
Ford '04 F150 Fx4, Super
Cab, 6-disc CD, 68K ml.,
$15,500, Call (334) 897-
0582454,
Ford '05 F-250. 50k
miles. Asking $10,500.
Call 941-268-1128.
Ford '00 F-150 Lariat
with brush guard. 103k
mi. $7,900. Call 334-693-
5454, leave message.


Ford '01 F150 Super Cab
Lariat, loaded, weather
F ciancing Available-
WAC.
Call John 334-797-0420
or Jason 334-714-1601
FORD '55 F-100. Truck.
yellow, Auto. 8-cyl. 2
WD. 6000 miles on mo-
tor, fair ciodition. Pow-
-er brakes, Power steer-
ing, runs well, low
$8000.00 or best offer.
restoration in progress
60% complete, my loss
is your gain.Call 334-
237-1460.
Ford 98' F150, V8, Auto-
matic, cruise, power
wind./door/mirror. reg.
cab,exc. cond. $4500
850-594-7655.










Ford '07 F-1504x4
Lariat Tri-Sand
White w/Black
Leather. Fully load-
ed. Perfect Condi-
tion. $31,500 obo.
(334) 488-692 33754 View
Pics @ www.My-'
WebOnline.com






Ford '03 F150XL
Black, 5-spd manual
Xmsn, 4.2L V, 21
mpg hwy., 2 WD,
47,000 miles, power
brakes. $23,000power080.
steer ing, cruise,
CD, A/C, AM/FM,
stereo, new ARE
topper, towing pkg.
Great cond. $90025
OBO, 334-697213375.

Ford '97 F150 XLT Super
SmCab, Triton V-8, dia-
mond plate tool box,
bed liner, bed extender,


Ford '95 F150 XLT, 302
V8, auto. trans., short
wheel base, $2800, Call
D- 334-405-9106, N- 334-
797-2264
FORD 06' F250 XLT,
4WD, Diesel, White, 68K
miles. $23,000. OBO.
Call 334-726-4821
Ford '99 Lariat F250, Su-
per Duty, Big Truck
4x4, ext. cab, V-1% 38"
tires, 8" lift, 105k mi,
exc. cond. $14,900. 33334-
889-0043/740-497-3152.
Ford '02 Ranger Edge
A/C AT Grt. Cond. $6000
334-899-7214
Ford '03 Ranger XLT, 4
dr, 6 cyl. bik, auto., CD,
all pwr, chrome whIs,
84Kmi., $8300, Call
(334) 389-3071
Ford '07 150 Supercrew
Larriat 4X4. White sand
color w/tan leather 8K
miles. Fully loaded. Bed
cover. $29,500 334-798-
5725.


IMUTfiC. (A I


custom-built 1 ton.
loaded. Great condi-
tion. $8,500,334-791-
8695 or 334-794-2426

Ford '76 V-8 Step Side,
needs restoring motor
is good, $700. 792-6263
Ford '04 XLT Super Cab,
towing pkg., bed liner,
tool box 53K miles,
$15,000, Call (334) 794-
0751
Ford '07 XLT 250
Supercab 4x4 Diesel.
Maroon and grey. 6,000
mi. Gooseneck ball in
bed. Excellent
condition. $28,000. Call
334-693-9220.
Ford'06 XLT 150, tow
package, 17k miles,
burgundy, loaded.
17,000. 334-691-5336












GMC '072500Duramax.;-
All'iun ,:rueD, w ,
air, 11 it. Western
Hauler Bed w/ Rhino.
Gooseneck 30K 5th
Wheel, 30K mi.,,no
trades, $45K, Call
(302) 545-1158

GMC'07 2500 Duramax.
Crew-cab, 8 ft. bed.
Loaded! $30,000. Call
334-714-0210.
GMC '07 Duramax die-
sel 25,000 miles $38,500
334-677-9008; 334-726-
2767.


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PICK- P SPORT UTrILITY SPORT UTILITY
TRUCKS 1 VEHICLES. VEHICLES
GMC '91 Jimmy 4x4,6.2 Chevrolet'02 Trailblaz- Jeep '05 Rubicon,
Diesel 4 in lift. aumi- er LT, loaded, 4WD, 90K $18,500, V6, auto., AC,
num wheels 12x36 Radi- miles, blue, great cond., 46K mi., new BFGoo-
al SwampersPS, PB, $9,900, (334) 372-4822 drich All Terrain tires,
AC, Auto, AM/FM CO or (334) 372-2415 (334)699-8668. 803-5910
$5500 obo. 850-762-9333 Jeep '91 Wrangler, 4 cyl.
GMC'00 Sierra SLE good shape, newtop,
Extended Cab. Gray. All .hino bed line sprayed
power! Excellent inside, $6500, Call (334)
condition. 138k mi. 726-0219
$8000. 334-791-3081.
$8000. 334-791-3081. Jeep'06 Wrangler, 4.0L
GMC '06 Sierra Z71, 6spd, AC, PS,soundbar,
loaded, 28k mi., ext cab, .special wheels & tires,
still under warranty. lots of options. 5k miles
$21,500.334-347-7353 or Chevy '01 Blazer, White $17,500 229-376-2670
464-2659 AT 6-cyl 4WD, 130k, PB-
-PS, CD, A/C, AM/FM, i'
Infinity 04 FX 45, 38,000 sunroof, $6,500. Call
miles, fully loaded, 334- 793-0677.SE
navigation, rear view
camera, grayish, exc. Chevy 200 Blazer 4x4 1
cond., $31K, 718-6640 LX, 99k mi., 4dr., auto,
fuly loaded all pwr,
Nissan 04' Frontier XE white new tires, very
truck silver, bedliner, clean. $5,900 OBO. 334-
cd, 5 spd manual, 4-cyl, 598-9068 or 477-3325
pwr pkg,lots of extras,
46K mi $9,900; 850-594-
4921 Iv msq g" -* '
Nissan '04 Titan Crew Jeep '00 Wrangler, yel-
Cab, Black, Pick-up. Au- low 5-spd. 6-cyl. 4 WD.
to. 8-cyl. 4 W. 47,000, 45,000 miles, Power
Loaded, Like new. Ask- brakes, Power steer-
ing ayoff,Call 334-333- ing,CD, A/CAM/FM,
0797. .runs well, low miles,
Fair condition 10,000, 6"
Classifieds... Chevy '01 Tahoe LT, lift, procomp 35's 334-
See what it's all 116k m., sun roof, Ithr. 701-0338.
about! 3rd seat, heated seats,
-TV ALL power, new Land Rover'00 Discov-
NISSA T tiresfact. wrrnty ery IISE-7, AWD, 75,000
NISSAN 05 Titan. 4 $125000 678350 mi., loaded, Blue Book
Sdoor. Black, Aui 8- 8442 $9,675 Sacrifice asking
4 W.6-disc n-$6,995 OBO,
dash changer. 31k Chevy'06 Tahoe LT Call 334-347-4563
miles, excellent con- Loaded, 40K mi. White
edition. $24000 / obo. w/tan. New tires. 2nd Land-Rover '99 Range
Call 229-942-5532. owner, Excellent cond., Rover HSE 4.6 fully
$24,000, 334-899-5903 loaded, 95K mi., $8,900,
Call (334) 797-0768
Nissan '07 Titan 5.6 LE Chevy '00 Tahoe, LT, Call (334) 797-0768
with king cab. 1 owner. 4x4, black w/tan leath- S .
Leather. Loaded, 13,500 er. 145K, winch & brush
miles. $24,000. 334-794- guard. $8,900 OBO 793-
8295. before 10am or Iv. 9130 or 205-907-0861
mess. 334-648-0780.
Toyota '85 SRS Pickup
26mpg runs great $1500 .
334-347-2772. 1 .- ;*.!"'
Toyota '97' Tacoma' Nissan'07 Armada,
200k miles, AC, CD, 5 Chevy '05 Tahoe, Black/tan, oil changes
speed, good condition, White, leather, CD, & warranty, $26,500,
bedliner & tool box 334- 3rd Row, on-star/ Call Jeff 334-701-8303 or
797-6186 XM, 2WD, 40,500 Lacy 334-701-6020.
miles, very clean,
S $18,500, qall 334-899- Classified
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VANS E VANS LEGALS LEGALi
SUNKNOWNTENANT(S) CLUSIVE,PUBLIC RE
''1 'l'- ''.rBBCORDS OF JACKSON
Defendants. COUNTY, FLORIDA.
NOTICE OF SALE DATED July 9, 2008
PURSUANT TO
CHAPTER 45 DALE GUTHRIE
Clerk nof the Circulit


Ford '86 E-150 8 pas-
senger club wagon.
White, Auto. 8-cyl.
Power brakes, Power
steering, A/C, rebuilt
engine, runs well, Fair
cond. $3,500 or obo.
Call 334-699-5601.
Nissan '04 Quest.
White, 58k mi. Loaded,
Warranty, DVD Ent. Sys-
tem, Heated Seats,
Auto Side Door and
Rear Door. Great cond.
PRICED TO SELL,
$14,995. 334-701-9099.


TOYOTA-'03 Sienna Van
Silver 86K Great condi.
tion Loaded, Very
clean, DVD w / remote
Asking $9,800 / neg ,
334-677-3634


NOTICE is given pursu-
'- ant to a Final Judgment
Pontiac'05 Montana of Foreclosure dated
SV6 Dark Blue, Van. July 8, 2008, in Case No.
Auto. 6-cyl. 31,000, 2008-28-CA, of the
Loaded, Power brakes, Circuit Court of the
Power steering, CD, Fourteenth Judicial
A/C, AM/FM, stereo low C d for
miles, new tires, leather Circuit, in and Flori-
nt. very clean, Like Jackson County, Flori-
new. $12,000,50594- da, in which CAPITAL
7758or850-209-0787. CITY BANK is the Plain-
tiff and BARRY SOBEL is
the Defendant, I will
j napll ton the hinhest and


9B LEGALS
LF14162
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR JACKSON
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 2008-28-CA
CAPITAL CITY BANK,
Plaintiff,
vs.
BARRY SOBEL and


Court
By: /s/ Beverly Hatcher
BEVERLY HATCHER
Deputy Clerk
LF14163
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR JACKSON
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 2008-27-CA


CLASSIFIED


best Nbiddeor cash at CAPITAL CITY BANK, LOT 42, BLOCK 155, NOTICE is given ursu- Court
the North door of the UNIT 5, OF COMPASS ant to a Final Judgment
Jackson County Court- Plaintiff, LAKE IN THE HILLS, AS of Foreclosure dated By: /s/ Beverly Hatcher
house in Marianna, PER PLAT RECORDED IN July 8, 2008, in Case No. DepuVyClerk
Jackson County, Florida vs. THE OFFICE OF THE 2008-71-CA, of the Deputyerk
at 11:00 a.m. on August CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT Circuit Court of the
14, 2008, the property BARRYSOBELandUN- COURT OF JACKSON Fourteenth Judicial ,
set forth in the Final KNOWN TENANT(S) COUNTY, FLORIDA. Circuit, in and for ..
Judgment of Foreclo- Jackson County, Flori- -- k,. -
sure and 'more particu- Defendants. DATED July 9,2008 da, in which CAPITAL
larly described as f91- CITY BANK is the Plain- t c.A ,,c a .L
lows: NOTICE OF SALE DALE GUTHRIE tiff and BARRY SOBEL is 24 HOUR. A DAv
PURSUANTTO Clerk of the Circuit the Defendant, I will 7 -o A W EK
LOT 14, BLOCK 164, CHAPTER45 Court sell to the highest and 52 WEEK. A vEan
COMPASS LAKE HILLS, best bidder for cash at Jum a cuC.n wAWY.
UNIT 5, ACCORDING TO NOTICE is ,given pursu- By:/s/ Beverly Hatcher the North door of the ,,, ... .
THE PLAT THEREOF, AS ant to a Final Judgment BEVERLY HATCHER Jackson County Court- '.rIo.,.n.
RECORDED IN PLAT of Foreclosure dated DeputyClerk house in Marianna,
BOOK A-4, AT PAGES July 8, 2008, in Case No. LF14164 Jackson County, Florida
130 THROUGH 140, IN- 2008-27-CA, of the IN THE CIRCUIT COURT at 11:00 a.m. on August ,


Chevy '03 Trailblazer
LT; seats 8, exc. condi-
tion. 14,000 actual mi.,
ori. price- $36,000,

Toyota '00 Tacomau Pre- Ford '03 Eddie Bauer Ex-
runner, ext. cab, brush
guard, tool box, nw all plrer, V-8eather sun-


Runner, single cab, 20"
chrome wheels & side
boards, K&N air clean-
er, 4 cyl., 2wd,',auto,
snugbed cover, dual ex-
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334-464-1999


Toyota '06 Tacoma
silver, auto. 6 cyl. 4 WD.
29,000, Loaded, power
brakes, power steering,
CD, AC, AM/FM, stereo,
runs well, low miles,
very clean, warranty,
Like new. $23,900.Call'
334-475-3600.


Toyota '02 Tacoma SR5,
Ext. Cab. Must be refin-
anced loan balance
$12,000. 86k mi., exc.
cond. Call 334-475-1785.
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single cab 4 cyl. auto,
31/1050 all terrian tires.
120k $9,000 OBO. 334-
685-7207; 850-258-3018
SPORT UTIrITY
VEHICLES
Buick '07 Rainier, By
owner, 2WD, 6 cyl., Sil-
ver Leather, Power,
18,000 mi. $22,500 neg.,


Owner






50800. Excellent
condition. Loaded,
Power brakes,
Power steering, CD,
A/C, AM/FM,
stereo, runs well,
low miles, new tires,
sunroof, leather inte-
rior. Very clean, war-
ranty, $13,000. Call
334-393-0811.
Buick '07 Rainier, 1 one
owner, leather, BOSE,
On-Star, 18k miles, gar-
ret/gray, $21,000 neg,
factory warranty. 334-
685-1261 or 334-677-
3281


Cadillac '03 Escalade
ESV, 1 owner, 92 K ml.,
8,000 mi. warranty re-
maining, asking
$19,000, (334) 793-9193
CHEV'04 Avalanche Z71
loaded $18,000 call 334-
695-2739
Chevrolet'99 10 Blaz-
er, Good AC New trans.
w ith warr., New tires,
clean. Runs great!!!!!
$3,900. 334-596-5032
Chevrolet '02 Tahoe LT
White, Auto. 8-cyl.
2WD. 91,000, Loaded,
Great cond. $12,000
0.B.0. (334) 726-0193.


Chevrolet '01 Tahoe LT.
4x4, leather. 1 owner.
85k ml. Sunroof, 3rd
seat. Exc. cond.
$14,500. 334-360-0774.
Chevrolet '99 Tahoe
Z71, black, new 350 en-
gine, factory warranty
35 inch tires, with 20
inch rims, leather, load-
ed $6000 OBO. MUST
SELL! 334-430-3652.






CHEVROLET '07 TAHOE
Z71, 4WD, 13,000 MI.!, 2
DVD'S, NAV., BACK UP
CAME-RA, LEATHER, 3
SEATS, PD 51K, SELL
T FOR $36,900 FIRM, Call
334-684-6291


Ford '99 Expedition,
Eddie Bauer. Rear air,
3rd seat. 5.4 V-8. Lthr.
Exc. cond. CD changer.
$5995. 334-794-2935.
Ford '98 Expedition, 4.6
eng., 1 family, never
been wrecked,$6200
OBO, Must see to ap-
preciate. (334) 687-0058


Ford '03 Expedition XLT,
white, Ithr interior, 3rd
row seat, 74K mi., Clean
Car Fax/Title, Price be-
low book value. $9,500.
OBO, Call 334-380-4103
Ford '99 Explorer, Eddie
Bauer Ed. 94k mi. $5300
OBO. 334-796-5311.
Ford '07 Explorer Eddie
Bauer, V6, 3rd row seat,
asking $20,975 obo, Call
34-797-4576 .
Ford '02 Explorer, Excel-
lent Condition. $5695.
334-793-1928.
Ford '04 Explorer V-8
34K mi. New tires, tow
hitch, Grey with black
bottom. Interior grey.
Many extras. $15,500.
334-687-5684


Ford '98 Explorer XLT.
Fully loaded. Rear air,
CD changer. V6. Excel-
lent shape. $3995. Call
334-794-2935.


GMC '00 YUKON 105K
miles; loaded SLT leath-
er, On-Star, sunroof,
DVD Player, warranty,
$9,000 334-695-0119
leave message


GMC '01 Yukon SLT,
Leather, Third row,
Tow Package, Good
tires, $10,200. 714-9510.


Hummer'07 H3,
$26,100, Red, 9200
miles, Red/ Black
Leather Seats, Chrome
Brush Guard, Larger
Tires than Stock, 4x4,
Call 334-685-3463






ISUZU '00 RObDEO,
BRONZE, Auto. 6-cyl., 2
WD. 77,000, Loaded,
new tires, Great cond.,
$6500, 334-774-5405.
Jeep '01 Cherokee, 4x4,
cold AC & CD player,
runs great, new paint,
$5500 OBO, Call (334)
701-3974



Jeep '05 Grand Chero-
kee, automatic, A/C,
CD, extra clean,
$18,500. 334-792-0645.
Jeep '94 Grand Chero-
kee, Automatic, AC, CD,
$2,500, 334-712-1531
Jeep 01' Grand Chero-
kee Laredo, cream col-
or bug shield, side vis- .
ors, roof rack, clean in-
side & out. 97k miles
runs great. $6500. 850-
547-5292
Jeep '00 Grand Chero-
kee, looks good, runs
excellent, new tires.
$5500 OBO 334-701-
3974


Nissan '04 Pathfinder,
67K miles, 2WD,
$13,750, Excel. Cond.,
Needs Nothing, Call
334-393-1855 ,
Nissan '02 Pathfinder
SE. Loaded w/options
Excellent cond. $12,000.
334-447-0053 -


Nissan '06 Pathfinder
SE, Silver, Bose CD-6,
sun- roof, Third Row,
Tow, 26k, Exc Cond,
$20,990 251-363-0424
Nissan '06' Xterra S,
black, V6, auto 33k
miles $16,500 334-300-
8102 leave message.
Saturn '07 Vue HYBRID,
19k miles, white, beige
leather, loaded, $22,500
OBO 334-723-3037 or
334-449-2832
Sequoia 04", 76,500 .
miles, leather, sunroof,
dvd, third row. $21,000.-
OBO. 334-828-1303
Toyota '03 Highlander 4
cylinder, 79k miles,
$12,500, lists for 16k
334-797-1575



Toyota '07 RAV4
Sport with XMRadio,
Silver, SUV. Loaded.
Auto. 4-cyl. 2 WD.
18K,low miles, sun-
roof, very clean,
warranty, Like new.
$21,500, (lists for,
22,400), Call 334-585-
2604 or 334-435-2116.




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Toyota'00 4 Runner
Limited White, SUV.
Auto. 6-cyl. 2 WD.
141K, Loaded,
moon roof,
leather int.
Like new. $8,000.
850-956-9954.


Toyota '04, 4-Runner
SR5 Silver. Excellent
condition. 67K miles.
Electric, leather, Spoil-
er, warranty $18,500
obo. 334-791-9595.
Toyota '01 Sequoia,
limited edition, tan
leather interior, sun-
roof, 109k miles $11,000
334-790-2539

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109K mi. Exc. cond. new
tires, $2,500. 334-774-
2791.
*-',. -"I.


Dodge '01 Grand Cara-
von ES, red, Van. Auto.
6-cyl. 2 WD. 120,000
miles, Loaded, Power
brakes, Power steering,
CD, A/C, AM/FM, ste-
reo, runs well, leather
int. very clean, $6,200,
Call 334-347-0496.
Ford '00 Conversion,
top quality by Mark III,
like new, leather,fully
loaded,must see $9950
OBO 334-687-3171




Ford '03 Windstar, Lt.
Green, Minivan. 49k
miles, Loaded, new
tires, very clean, Great
cond. $9,800, 791-9484.
GMC'98 Safari Van,
pass, V6, AT, AC, Rear
Air, Very clean, Exe-
cond.. 118K mi. $3,500.
334-677-7748/803-3058
Mazda'04 MPV LX,
front & rear air, privacy
glass, one owner, 69k
miles, $8600 334-693-
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LEGALS LE:OALS LoEGALS
Circuit Court of the OF THE FOURTEENTH 14, 2008, theproperty
Fourteenth Judicial JUDICIALCIRCUITIN set forth in the Final
Circuit, in and for ANDFORJACKSON Judgment of Foreclo-
Jackson County, Flori- COUNTY, FLORIDA sure and more particu-
da, in which CAPITAL larly described as fol-
CITY BANK is the Plain- CASE NO.: 2008-71-CA lows:
tiff and BARRY SOBEL is
the Defendant, I will CAPITAL CITY BANK, LOT 7, BLOCK 167,
sell to the highest and COMPASS LAKE HILLS,
best bidde r for cash at Plaintiff, UNIT FIVE, ACCORDING
the North door of the TO THE PLAT THEREOF,
Jackson County Court- vs. AS RECORDED IN PLAT
house in Marianna, BOOK A-4, AT PAGES
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By Tony Fabrizio
LapbyLap
Stir the alphabet soup of NASCAR and
you'll see RCR, DEI, HMS and JGR, just to
name a few teams known merely by their
initials.
Now, another set of letters is gaining
recognition: KHI.
KHI is Kevin Harvick Inc., and given the
team's recent success in the Nationwide
and Craftsman Truck series, the obvious
question for co-owners Kevin and DeLana
Harvick is when they will move up to
Sprint Cup.
The answer: They aren't.
"I don't have any long-range plans to go
Cup racing," Kevin Harvick said when
asked about it during preseason testing at
Daytona. "I like to be at the shop and
around the race cars. To me, it's almost like
playing a game to try to put all the people
in the right places."
The Harvicks started KHI in 2001, building
a truck in driver Ed Berrier's garage. Tony
Stewart put the organization on the map by
winning the Nationwide opener at Daytona in
2005, and repeating in 2006. Ron Hornaday
Jr. gave KHIits first championship last year,
capturing his third truck title.
KHI now operates out of a modem, 70,000-
square-foot facility that houses two full-time
truck series teams and a Nationwide team.
Harvick, the defending Daytona 500
champion, drives for Richard Childress
Racing in the Sprint Cup Series and has
won two Nationwide championships for
RCR. This year, he drives his own No. 33
Chevy, sharing it with 22-year-old Cale
Gale and Hornaday.
The truck series is where KHI is contending
for a championship.
The team not only brought back Homaday
currently third in the standings, just five
points behind leader Johnny Benson but
added a second Chevy truck for Hornaday's
one-time arch-nemesis Jack Sprague, who is
in ninth place. The veterans have a com-
bined six truck championships, as Sprague
won three with Hendrick Motorsports from
1997-2001.
For longtime followers of the truck series,
seeing Sprague and Hornaday matched as
teammates is as unexpected as the Sprint
Cup-pairing of Jeff Gordon and Dale
Earnhardt Jr. at Hendrick Motorsports.
Homrnaday and'Sprague had several run-ins
in the mid-'90s when Hornaday drove for Dale
Eamhardt Inc. and Sprague for Hendrick,
each determined to make it to the Cup level.
Sprague once wrecked Hornaday at
Indianapolis Raceway Park, and Homaday, in
retaliation, "ran into the side of him" every
chance he got.
"Finally Dale Earnhardt Sr. and Mr. Hendrick
said, 'Enough is enough, guys; we have to work
on these trucks,' Homaday said.
Sprague, who won the truck series opener


NASCAR Notes
With all the hoopla around
Tony Stewart's announce-
ment he was leaving Joe Gibbs
Racing at sea-
son's end and
was now 50-
percent owner
of Stewart-
Haas Racing,
one v.wondered
how.' Stewvart
STEWART would fare on
the track
Stewart ended up fifth in the
LitelocL.com 400 his best
performance in three weeks -
and gave himself a little breath-
ring roon' in the race to secure a
spot in the Chase He improved
i':...o positions to 10th-
We '-.eren t bad We just 3ot
in a, situation heree v.'e got free
in the last couple runs, and
that' -,hen .*.e needed to be
really good and we just fought
loose for some reason," Stewart
said.
"You look at the top of the
board there and [Busch] is win-
ning races. We ran with him the
majority of the day. We just lost
the handle on it at the end."


LaptyLap Phriio by Roben Laberqge.Getiy images
Ron Hornaday Jr., driver of the No. 33 Camping World Chevrolet, celebrates after winning the
NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series Sam'sTown 400k on June 6 at the Texas Motor Speedway in
Fort Worth. -


at Daytona last year In a Toyota, points out
the two are now older and "not trying to
get anywhere," so they are less aggressive.
The two, Sprague said, have been good
friends for many years.
Don't get me wrong, Hornaday and I
have; had three or four incidents that we.


didn't talk for a month or so," Sprague said.
"But that has been in a span of 12.-e.ars, so
that isn't bad "

Tony Fab.ito is a siaf 'writer tor The
Tampa Tribune im Florida.


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Allstate 400
at The Brickyard
5 Where: Indianapolis Motor Speedway
(Speedway, Ind.)
.* When: July 27, 1 p.m. EST
* On the air: ESPN
* Distance: 160 laps, 400 miles
* Track qualifying record: Casey Mears,
186.293 mph,-2004
* Track race record: Bobby .Labonte, 155.912
mph, 2000
* 2007 winner: Tony Stewart
Indianapolis Motor Speedway


Track 2.5-mile oval
Banking: 9 degrees, turns; 3,330 feet,
frontstretch; 3,330 feet, backstretch

Nationwide Series
*, Race: Kroger 200 benefiting Riley Hospital
for Children (O'Reilly Raceway,
Indianapolis)
When: July 26, 7:30 p.m. EST
On the air: ESPN


For the Record

"I never gave up, but he
had such a big lead that
even if I was a half-second
quicker at the end, I was
nevergoing to get there."

-Joey Logano, who led 42 of 200 laps
in the Missouri-Illinois Dodge
Dealers 250 on Saturday but
finished second to Carl Edwards.


NASCAR newcomers struggle to find the support of sponsors


Times are tough for NASCAR ieams all the
way around owners, drivers, crewmen and
sponsors and those new to the Sprint Cup
tour, such as promising rookie Regan Smith,
have it rougher than usual. No matter how
talented they are or how fast they're learning,
it might not be fast enough to keep sponsors
happy.
It's a corollary to the
rich-get-richer theory -
those without a big
name or a couple of
splashy wins might be ,
about to fall through the
cracks and vanish.
During the 14 years or ,
so since NASCAR racing "
hit mainstream
America, one of the' 4
good things about its "
marketing success was
that it opened doors for Mike Mulhem
new drivers, including LapbvLap
men such as Tony
Stewart, who once was
- hard as it might be to recall iffy in this
branch of racing.
Lately, there have been drivers such as Smith,
and veterans from other series, such as Juan
Pablo Montoya, Dario Franchitti and Patrick
Carpentier. NASCAR team owners have been
able, willing, even eager to put them in top-flight
equipment. And sponsors weren't that hard to
sell on the game plan.
Now though there is increasing worry that that
dynamic might be about to change, because of


the unsettled economy and uncertain corporate
sponsors.
Sponsors don't have the luxury right now to
take marketing chances. They want to go with
what's proven. And even that might not be a
given.
If drivers like Smith get lost in the shuffle,'
that's bad. He is a good kid who has been doing
his best to learn the trade. Although he's up
against more high-profile racers in the battle for
NASCAR's rookie-ol-the-year award, he led
those standings at the season's midpoint.
Smith is 24, but he has been in NASCAR
since his first Trucks run six years ago. He nar-
rowly escaped last season's Bobby Ginn disas-
ter, when that owner failed and shuffled his
remaining assets, including Smith, over to Dale
Earnhardt Inc. Now with rumors swirling
around DEI and all of its drivers Martin is
leaving, Martin Truex Jr. is trying to leave and
Paul Menard's future is still up in the air '
Smith realizes lie is just a pawn in the game.
"I don't lknow what it will or won't unleash,"
Smith says of the current shuffle. highlighted by
Stewart's split from Gibbs "I would tend to think
it's going to unleash quite a bit of stuff. But this
time of> year, this always happens. It seems right
at about Chicago every year is when all this stuff
starts getting announced and pieces to the puz-
zle start falling into place."
What it all might mean for Smith is uncertain,
even though he's running better, qualifying bet-
ter and leading the rookie standings.
"We're not happy, still," Smith said. "Until
we're finishing top-10 each week, we don't feel
we're doing what we want to be doing. But we're


making gains on it ... and that's all part of being
a rookie."
At least Smith still has a Cup ride, which is
more than Franchitti has. And Franchitti isn't
taking his team's shake-up very well.
"It was such a big shock that it happened," he
said. "I and 70 people lost their jobs ... so a lot
of people are upset right now.
"Everybody's having challenges getting spon-
sorship right now. There are probably two or
three teams looking good and a lot of other
teams struggling. I understand that if there's no
money there is no money. And the timing of
these things is never good...: :,.
"But it's particularly frusti;dtig because we
really felt that we were get tbg .hold of it. The
team struggle at the. tart of the year,'4nd I
struggled learning the ropes. But since f came
back from my broken ankle [at Talladega'in
April], I really felt we were running as well if
not better, compared to my teammate; at cer-
tainly Pocono, Michigan and Loidon....
"It gives me hope that given the right
chances and the right equipment we can do
this. I hope we get that chance."
Franchitti says that now, everything else is
up to car owner Ganassi,
"We're starting to look around, starting to talk,
but really nothing is going to happen until I speak
to Chip and see what his plan is for the future ...
and see if it's something I'm interested in,"
Franchitti said. "Then I can make a decision ..."

Mike Mulhern has covered NASCAR for 35
years at the Winston-Salem Journal in North
Carolina.


Rising KHI doesn't have Sprint Cup aspirations


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