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Marianna City Commissioners Paul Donofro, left,
and James Wise, mayor, talk about options as they
discuss the city budget. Kate McCardell Kern /
rate by two mills
BY KATE McCARDELL KERN
FL IIL' -il FF 5 I V J T
Marianna City Commissioners voted Wednesday to
increase the city's tentative tax millage rate by 2 mills,
bringing the current village rate of 1.952 to-a tentative
The proposed increase is part of an effort by the city
to cover a projected $100,000 deficit in the 2008-2009
budget, as well as to prepare for possible further state
budget cuts if state revenue does not meet expecta-
As; Marianna Mayor James Wise explained, once a
tentative millage rate is set, it can be lowered in the
budgeting period, but cannot be raised any higher.
City staff on Tuesday had proposed that the millage
rate be raised bi one mill to cover the estimated
Commissioner John Roberts expressed his discom-
fort in raising the millage rate by more than one mill,
and said he would rather the city instead dip. into its
reserve funds if that was possible. .
In'considering his position, he asked city staff what
the city's reserve fund amount was, but the city did not
have the number on hand.
Commissioner Howard Milton said that, while driv-
ing around on city streets and hearing what citizens
See MILLS, Page 7A >
Inter locall disagreement
Marianna, Jackson County at
odds over the price of sharing
BY KATE McCARDELL KERN county. Family Dollar Distribution
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER .1 .. Earlier this month, the city Center, the city and the county
requested that the county pay entered a contract in which the
Jackson County residents $60,000 for the interlocal cover- county and the city would each,
--- -- F half ftpi -et U1 fL'U r k hat dL 1ki
who live within five miles ot
Marianna could wonder who
will help protect them in an
emergency after next October.
Jackson County administra-
tion .and the City of Marianna
are currently negotiating their
interlocal fire coverage contract,
in which the county pays the.
city to provide fire and emer-
gency medical services to
Jackson County residents living
within five miles of the
Marianna city limits.
The coverage includes areas
such as Indian Springs and
Country Club in the Hills; and
the contract for the coverage is
set to expire on October 1. The
city is not obligated to renew the
The county recently rejected
the city's request for an increase
in the county's payment for the.
* service. Since that rejection, the
city has presented the county
with a request that nearly dou-
bles the dollar amount of the
city's initial request.
The interlocal agreement has
been in place for several years,
with the county paying $10,000
per year up until 2007, when the
county agreed to pay the city's
request of $20,000.
The city recently began
preparing its 2008-2009 budget,
meaning it is also the time of
year that the. city reviews its,
interlocal agreement with the
age inth me 2zuuo-29 year.
County commissioners reject-
ed that request, according to
county administrator Ted Lakey,
because it "was just too much
On July 22, the city went
back to the county with a
revised request, this time ask-
ing the county to pay $181,000
in the fiscal year. '
In a letter from Marianna city
manager Jim Dean to Lakey,.
Dean said that the total is a
combination figure which
includes both a new estimate on
what is needed to covet the
service at large about $85,000
- along with the amount the
county is supposed to pay in a
contract for the city's fire sta-
tion located 'on Pennsylvania
Avenue near Family Dollar.
During the construction of the
pay hal oI the ucost Uor tlhait ire
The following is an excerpt
from the letter sent by Dean to
Lakey explaining the city's new
"Based on the population
numbers in the areas described,
which includes the City of
Marianna this represents 19,881
Jackson County citizens or
42.5% of the total population of
Jaekson County. As indicated in
our last meeting, the County
budget for fire service is
Therefore since the City serves
42.5% of the County population
the funding for the City would
equate to $85,000."
"Based on the Family Dollar
Agreement executed by the city,
See INTERLOCAL, Page 7A D
Library grant funds slashed
Director and staff
get ready to
BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
.. . F. | .
Library shelves in Jackson County may
not be quite as alluring to those looking to
crack the covers of a brand new book hot off
the press next year.
The state grant that usually helps pay for
salaries, new materials and other supplies
has been cut to less than half, according to
county budget figures.
As a result, Jackson County Commission
board will have to kick in some cash just'to
keep people working. The money for new,
supplies just won't be there, it appears.
The grant went from $300,000 last budg-
et year to $127,700 for the coming fiscal
Salaries and benefits in the library system
will cost an estimated $196,423, so the local
government will probably have to make a
$69,000 contribution just to keep the people
The library wanted the county' to set a
$330,123 budget for that department, but
that's unlikely in a lean budget year.
Instead, commissioners have indicated the
"new book" budget may have to be slashed
significantly, if not completely.
The bookmobile schedule is also being
eyed because of the fuel costs involved. It's
been off the road for several, weeks now
because the repair of a broken window and
door has taken more than the typical amount
of time. But on its regular schedule, the
bookmobile makes 30-odd stops around the
county each week, and runs four full days a
Library Director Jo-Ann Rountree said
cutting the new book budget and the book-
mobile schedule would hurt, but' she's pre-
pared to take that blow.
"I'd rather them cut anywhere than from
Sandy Collier reads a Curious George book to daughter Crystal Collier at the Jackson
County Public Library Wednesday. Mark Skinner / Floridan
my. staff," she said. "They're loyal and
excellent, and I'm pleased to hear they did-
n't want.to reduce staff or hours. So I'm per-
fectly willing to do what they need to do, as
long as I can keep the staff. Because of the
state aid grant cuts, we knew from the
beginning something had to be done and
that we were in a tight spot, but it's not at
the end of the world for us as long as we can
give customer service.
"Looking at the bookmobile schedule is a
reasonable thing to do, with the cost of
gasoline being as high as it is. I hate to do
away with any service in the county, but
obviously we're going to have to do some-
thing, and there's no question that its one of
the most feasible things we could do,"
As far as new books go, Rountree
acknowledged something that some county
commissioners.complained about when dis-
cussing the budget earlier this Aionth.
There had been reports that, for a time,
some new books and donated used volumes
were still in boxes waiting to be shelved.
For more than a year, there had been a
freeze on new book purchases because of
the backlog, but new buys began about three
months ago, after library staff caught up a
large portion of the cataloging.
Rountree attributed the delay of shelving
books to the fact that, some years ago, the
library was without a cataloger for several
months. The cataloging process is involved
and more time consuming than some people
might think, she said, and it has taken a long
time to catch up.
"There's always cataloging to be done,
that's something that will never change, but
we were quite a bit behind there for a while
because, if you're ordering on a regular
basis and you already have some stacked
up, it's going to-happen. But most of the
material has now been cataloged, because
we devoted two people to that duty instead
of one. We're on an even'keel now."
Johnson announces for sheriff
Having honorably retired
from the Armed Services,
Military Police, I was just a
little colored boy, a little
negro boy when I came
here twenty five years ago
in sin and ignorance. I had
earned two degrees from
two different distinguished
universities. Nothing but
my home training received Ai
from daddy, the late Abe Al
Johnson, Sr., and mamma, Joh
the late Azalee Pollock
Johnson, had prepared me for king-
dom economy. What I found was a
people a society in full func-
tion, full throttle working
their economy, as they
understood, to meet their
No fault. It was, and is, no
ones fault but my own for
any state of un-readiness in
which I was found, or am
found. This rule I apply
across the board. The adver-
rich sary, as a roaring lion, walk-
nson ing about seeking whom he
may devour gave me all the
excuses needed and more to blame,
accuse, and just lie on others. The
deceiver insisted that any self
.induced detrimental situation or con-
dition I found myself in I was to flee
to, "it's other peoples fault."
However, we know now that the,
"Just Shall Live By Faith," and that
the-devil is a liar, and the father of
lies. He was a murderer from the
beginning and abode not in the truth,
as was proven, on, 30 January, 2007,
which precipitated my candidacy for
sheriff. Oh! But God, by way of the
citizens of His beloved Jackson
County, Florida had and have people
See JOHNSON, Page 7A >
Candidates who will be on the Aug. 26 2008 election ballot have until
August 8 to run a campaign announcement free of charge on the front
page of the Jackson County Floridan.
Annquncements should be written by the candidate or an assigned
representative and may be accompanied by a picture of the candidate.
The deadline for submissions is just prior to the start of early voting
Aug. 11 through Aug. 23.
The Jackson County Floridan reserves the right to choose what day of
the week the announcement will be published; and no announcements
will be published on Sundays.
Announcements may be submitted via email, to editorial@jcflori-
dan,com ; mailed to the Floridan News Room, P.O. Box 520, Marianna,
FL, 32447; or hand-delivered to the Jackson County Office at 4403
Constitution Ln. in Marianna.
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Moody from Santa Rosa Beach enjoyed some
time in the saddle between events at a Northwest
Florida Quarter Horse Association Horse show in
Marianna Saturday. Mark Skinner / Floridan
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High 930 and thunderstorms.
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Monday chance of an after-
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The Marianna Police
Department listed the follow-
ing incidents -for July
29, the latest available
report: Three drunk z
pedestrians, one traffic '-
accident, one lugha) ,' 1
obstruction, one men-
tally ill person, one
burglary of a residence, one
strong-arm robbery attempt,
one burglar alarm, two juve-
nile complaints, one animal
complaint, two assists of other
agencies, five public service
calls, one threat, one warrant,
served, six traffic stops and
one misdemeanor battery.
The Jackson : County
Sheriff's Office listed the fol-.
lowing incidents for July 29,
the latest available report: Six
abandoned vehicles, .one
alarm, one animal complaint,
one civil dispute, one criminal
registration, one criminal mis-
chief complaint, five distur-
bances, one forgery/fraud
complaint, two escorts, one
larceny complaint, two noise
complaints, one public service
call, one. retail theft, five sus-
picious incidents, two traffic
accidents, 26 traffic stops, one
transport, .one trespassing
complaint, one reckless driver.
The following per-
sons were booked into
the county jail during
the latest available reporting
-- imberly Mukdy, 43, P.O.
Box.653, Mariahia, worthless
Jesus Ramirez, 23, 167
NE 12th Ave., Homestead,
retail theft. :
Jonathan Pryor, 19, 793
Brown St., Chipley, hold for
Michael Sorey, 34, 2495
New Bethel Road,
Campbellton, hold for
Constance Dickens, 49,
-5812 Mt. Tabor Road,
.Greenwood, retail theft,
resisting a merchant, battery.
To report a crime, call
CrimeStoppers at 526-5000.
To report a wildlife viola-
tion; call 1-888-404-FWCC
Getting it Rightl
In Wednesday's edition of the Floridan, the wrong person
was credited with kicking down a door in an attempt to get
inside a burning house last Sunday. The person who actually
did that was the person featured in the story, Damarco
This notice is to correct an error in Wednesday's edition of
the Floridan regarding a Gulf Power rate increase. Florida
Public Utilities customers should not be affected by the
Florida Public Service Commission's approval of an 11.3 per-
cent Gulf Power rate increase for September. FPU customers
will see a rate increase in August of 11 percent, but that is not
related to Gulf Power's September rate increase.
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.
July 31 Thursday
The Chipola Regional Workforce
Committee meets at 11:30 .a.m., at the
board office in Marianna. Call 382-
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'entrante. Attendance is
limited to persons with a desire to stop
The Southeastern Community
Blood Center's mobile unit will be
accepting blood donations at
Graceville, from 12 to 5 p.m. Call 526-
August 1 Friday
The Jackson County Chamber of
Commerce First Friday Power
Breakfast is 7 a.m. to 8:45 a.m., in the
Jackson County Agriculture
Conference Center, 2741 Pennsylvania
Ave., Marianna. Breakfast and net-
working starts at 7 a.m.; the program -
"Making the Grade Education in
Jackson County" begins at 7:45 a.m.
and will feature a'presentation b, three
Jackson County school principals, fol-
lowed by a panel discussion and Q&A
with all principals in. the system.
Jackson County Health
Department, 3045 Fourth St.,
Marianna, hosts an on-site Florida
KidCare event from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.,
allowing parents to learn about and
apply for the children's healthcare pro-
gram. Call 482-9971.
Superior Bank's "Heroes Day" is
from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., at its Marianna
branch, 2260 Highway 71, to allow the
public to say thank you to members of
county law enforcement, fire/rescue,
and judicial systems; all active and
retired members will be honored. Food,
games, prizes and fire truck tours for
the kids are being planned. Call 482-
The Southeastern Community
Blood Center's mobile unit will be
accepting blood donations at Mr. Bingo
in Marianna, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
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,
August 2 Saturday
Back to School Fundraiser and Yard
Sale, 7 a.m. to noon, at the M&M
Softball Field, McChapel community,
Old U.S. Road (between Fort Road and
Highway 2) small and plus size
clothes, AVON, home decor, cakewalk,
etc. Jackson County Youth Council will
be selling raffle tickets for a $25 Wal-
Mart gift card and drawing the winner
at noon. Raffle funds help cover JCYC
The Spanish Mission of Marianna,
Chipola Baptist Association and
Florida Baptist Convention host a com-
munity event from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., in
the parking lot of the old Wal-
Mart/Sallie Mae building, Highway 90
and 71, in Marianna. There will be
prizes, face painting, bounce house,
free food, music, drama and more. Call
Rogney Paz at 693-0672.
Cottondale Pee Wee Football and
Cheerleading will have sign-ups from 9
to 11 a.m., at CHS football stadium (in
trailer). On this day only, a discount:
registration fee of $25 will apply to the
first 10 who sign up in each age divi-
sion for football and cheerleading. Call
Tony at 573-1040.
Marianna Area Youth Football and
Cheerleading will have sign-ups from-9
to 11 a.m., at Farm Bureau Insurance.
On this day only, a discount registration
fee of $25 will apply to the first-10'who
sign up in each age division for football
and cheerleading. Call Brandt at 209-
Jackson County Health Department
will be stationed at Wal-Mart to provide
information about and applications for
Florida KidCare, the children's health-
care program. Staff will be available
from 1 to 5 p.m. Call 482-9971.
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.
August 4 Monday
Jackson and Washington County 4-
H/FFA Livestock Clinic is from 10 a.m.
to 2,p.m., at the Washington County Ag
Center on Highway 90 in Chipley.
Registration is $10 per youth and
includes snack, lunch and materials.
Limited transportation available for
Jackson County youth. R.S.V.P. by July
25; call 482-9620 or e-mailing hck-
Quit Smoking Now Classes begin at
Jackson Hospital on Aug. 4, at 6 p.m.,
in the cafeteria boardroom. No cost to
attend; free nicotine replacement thera-
py available. Sponsored by Big Bend
Area Health Education Center of
Tallahassee. Curriculum developed by
ex-smokers for those who want to
become ex-smokers. Contact Brigitta
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.
Jackson County Citizen Corps hosts
a seminar from.5:30 to 7:30 p.m., at the
Emergency Operations Center. Dr.
Spires "'* will discuss. "Stress
Management;" Dr., Broome, "Anxiety
Before and After;" and Dr. Tuta, "Fear
and Dealing with Anger."
* The Campbellton Senior Citizens
meeting scheduled for Monday, Aug. 4,
has been rescheduled for 6 p.m., Friday,
Aug. 15, in the Community Center.
Chipola College students who are
registered for Fall 2008 classes must
pay their fees by 3 p.m. All classes for
fall term will be dropped if fees are not
paid by this deadline. Bright Futures
Florida Medallion Scholars must pay
$20 processing by Aug. 4. Call 718-
The City of Jacob's regular meeting
starts at 7 p.m., in City Hall. Call 263-
August 5 Tuesday
Central Jackson County Relay for
Life Early Bird Sign-up begins at 6
p.m., at Covenant Hospice on Highway
90. Register teams for $100, for the
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.
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Jackson County Floridan Thursday, July 31, 2008 3A
Camp takes 4-H members
on a deep sea adventure
MMS student accepted
into 'People to People'
SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
Vallen Driggers, a student at Marianna Middle School, has
been accepted into the People to People World Leadership
Forum. Driggers will join a select group of students in
Washington, D.C., Oct. 13-19, to earn high school credit while
studying leadership and exploring some of the United States'
most prominent monuments and institutions.
From Capitol Hill to the Smithsonian Institution, and from
Colonial Williamsburg to the National Museum of American
History, Driggers will examine the characteristics of American
leadership during times of national challenge and prosperity.
Forum delegates will also participate in small-group discussions
and exercises to experience first-hand how successful leaders
develop strategies, make decisions, build consensus, and foster
Driggers was nominated and accepted for the honor based on
outstanding scholastic merit, civic involvement and leadership
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Leader Programs to fulfill the vision President Dwight D.
Eisenhower had for fostering world citizenship when he found-
ed People to People during his presidency in 1956.
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to MHS Project Graduation
From left, Rahal Miller Nissan Sales Consultant Cody
Clemmons and Rahal Miller Nissan Business Manager
Michael John Mitchell present graduates Brandon
Gardner, Kristen Holland and Lance Bailey, with a
donation of an HDTV for Marianna High School Project
Graduation. Contributed photo
convenes in Marianna
SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
The descendants of Thomas
Clemons Sr., Mary Clemons-
Brown, and Robert Brown Sr.
recently came together in
Marianna for the first of what is
hoped to be many bi-annual
Thomas Clemons Sr. and
Mary Clemons had four chil-
dren before his death. She, then
married Robert Brown Sr. with,
whom she had an -additional
These 11 children (seven liv-
ing), their Children, grandchil-
dren and great-grandchildren
gathered to make the first
Reunion a success.
Family members in atten-
dance traveled from places such
as South Florida, Georgia, New
Mexico, Texas and New York.
With a theme of "Together
and Loving It," on Friday, July
4, the family held a meet-and-
greet picnic at Harvey's Family
Pavilion. The highlight of the
event was the seven remaining
children exchanging "love
gifts," which were special gifts
from them to each of their sib-
Day one of the Brown
Clemons Family Reunion
ended with a thunderstorm that
more than dampened the
ground, but didn't dampen the
mood of the family going into
day two of the reunion.
With a slight twist on the first
day's theme, Saturday had a
theme of "We are Family and
Loving It." The family held a
banquet at Compass Lake
which was catered by Williams
Catering. The highlight of this
evening was the eldest, Floy
Spears, tracing the family
through seven generations (four
attending). The night came to a
close with the family dancing to
music played by the DJ, Coe
Spears, and as the clock struck
midnight, the reunion came to a
close, leaving the family look-
ing forward to the 2010
The 11 children of Clemons,
Clemons-Brown and Brown
are, from eldest to youngest:
Floy Spears, Larphfela
Clemons, Thomas Clemons,
Geraldine Lester, Mary Wells,
Vidella Clark, Martha Speights,
Osialean Jackson, Catherine
Clark, Betty Brown and Robert
Brown Jr. <
SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
What do Mount Everest and bioluminescence have in com-
mon? They were both part of exploring the wonders of the deep
ocean during 4-H Water Wonders Camp. The purpose of the
camp was to teach youth about marine ecosystems and habitats,
and why they are so important to humans.
During the camp, 4-H'ers learned that if you cut Mount
Everest off at it's base, and placed it in the deepest part of the
ocean, it would still be almost seven miles beneath the surface
of the water. They also learned that animals which live in the
deepest part of the ocean often use bioluminescence, which
4-H'ers David White and Andrew Williams examine hermit
crabs at the Gulf Marine Specimen Lab in Panacea. -
Dance Factory junior
competitors shine at
SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN Morgan Bryan, Isabella
Carroll, Parker Castleberry,
The Dance Factory com- Riley .Commander,
peted against dozens of Samantha Cork, Grace
dance 'studios from around Daffin, Mackenzie Davis,
the state and area for top Shelley Dryden, Sheridan
honors at Showstopper, the Dryden, Ashley Duhon,
largest dance competition in Mallory Dykes, Kayla
-the country. The junior Edwards, Payton Gay, Bri
competition routines from Godwin, Maggie Hamm,
The Dance Factory received Alexis Heiar, Sarah Hewett,
14 Gold awards and three Scout Hixenbaugh, Sydney
Silver awards, 17 First Place Holland, Aiden Hollis,
awards in their age divisions Shelbie Johnson, Morgan
and 16 Top Ten Overall Laramore, Maggie Larkin,
placements in their individ- Georgia Lassmann,
ual categories. Addyson Lewis, Lillie
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ninth Panhandle branch a
new full-service branch in
Chipley. The new branch will
be located at 1440 Main St. in
The facility will be approxi-
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GAINESVILLE A feder-
al appeals court has ordered
University of Florida officials
to recognize a Christian frater-
nity. Judges from the l11th
U.S. Circuit in Atlanta issued
an injunction Wednesday
ordering the action while a
discrimination lawsuit filed by
Beta Upsilon Chi against the
school moves forward.
The fraternity hasn't been
allowed to join the off-campus
system of fraternities and
sororities because its rules bar
religious discrimination. The
fraternity requires its members
to be Christians.
The fraternity's lawsuit
claims the fraternity is
deprived of official -benefits
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and the ability to advertise and
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University officials did not
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2 people drown,
others rescued in
Panama City Beach
PANAMA CITY BEACH
Two swimmers drowned in
rough waters off Panama City
beach and at least seven others
were pulled from the Gulf of
Mexico on the Panhandle.
Authorities said a man and
woman drowned and another
person was taken to a bay
County Hospital' on
'Wednesday. Names of the vic-
tims have not been released.
Double red flags, which
indicate that all swimmers
need to stay out of the water,
are flying on Panama City
2 killed in plane
crash in NC identified
HIGHLANDS, N.C. -
Officials in Macon County
have identified the two people
killed when a plane crashed in
western North Carolina.
A statement released
Wednesday by county emer-
agency services director
Warren Cabe identified the
victims as 49-year-old Duane
Anthony Moorer Sr. and 22-
year-old Duane Anthony
Moorer Jr., both of Miramar,
Cabe said the aircraft was
thought to have belonged to an
Arkansas company but appar-
ently had recently been pur-
chased by Midwest Atlantic
Inc. of Miramar.
Cabe said investigators from
the National Transportation
Safety Board, the Federal
Aviation Administration as
well as manufacturers repre-
sentatives were on the crash
scene Wednesday. He said the
wreckage will be moved to
undergo a more thorough
The FAA said the Piper PA-
23 was flying to Hazlehurst,
Ga., from Louisville, Ky.,
when it crashed Tuesday after-
Man who ran down
motorcyclist gets life
TAMPA A man who fol-
lowed a motorcyclist out of a
bar near Tampa and ran him
down in his van last year is
sentenced to life in prison.
Prosecutors say 38-year-old
Harry Brian Taylor was angry,
because John Michael Meek
ignored his attempts at conver-
sation in a Riverview bar.
When the 52-year-old Meek
- a former pro wrestler -
left the bar on his Harley-
Davidson, Taylor followed
him and rammed him from
behind in a GMC van, then ran
over him. Taylor was convict-
ed of second-degree murder
earlier this month. It will be
the second trip to prison for
Taylor; who, had served 12
years on a previous second-
degree murder conviction.
A judge sentenced him to
life in prison Wednesday with
no possibility of parole.
Florida jury convicts
BARTOW A former vice
president for a subprime
lender has been convicted of
mortgage fraud, racketeering
and grand theft.
Orson Benn, who worked
for Argent Mortgage Co.,
faces up to 105 years in prison
when sentenced at a later date,
Attorney General Bill
McCollum's office said.
A Circuit Court .jury con-
victed Benn on Wednesday in
connection with 130 loans
worth about $13 million in
Hillsborough, Lee, ,Pinellas
and Polk counties.
Complaints about shoddy
construction by companies
affiliated with Argent trig-
gered an investigation.
Five other defendants have
pleaded guilty. One will serve
10 years in prison. The others
haven't yet been sentenced.
Police: 3 people found
dead in. apartment
police say they are investigat-
ing the deaths of three people
found.inside an apartment. p
Orlando police Sgt. Barbara
Jones says police were called
to .the building to investigate
Wednesday after a report that
.someone heard gunshots.
Jones wouldn't immediately
give the cause of death. She
says it is a homicide investiga-
The. Orlando Sentinel is
reporting that the three people
were apparently shot.
Jones says crime scene
investigators are on the scene
and no motive was immediate-
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county and Family Dollar the city and
county are to share in operations of the
Distribution Park Fire Station. The
budget cost of running this station is
$193,308. Therefore, if the city and
county should be sharing this cost, the
county portion (half) would be
"In summary, based on the above'
information the City of Marianna is
requesting $181,000, which is based on
total population served and the Family
in place to pray for me and though it
may be unknown to them the critical
role they have played, helped me to
come to myself, repent of my sins and
ignorance and return to my Heavenly
Father and His kingdom economy of
covenant blessings through Jesus
Christ. For this, I thank God and the cit-
izens of Jackson County, Florida.
Translation: I am a righteous man, I
get it done right because, I recourse to
the mirror of God's Holy and Sacred
Word where exist His perfect law of
liberty. I see myself as I truly am only a
man, dust formed and made into a man
by the God of creation. God having
Himself breathed the breath of ,life
ri-,4w;,,o1- my nostrils I became a liv-
ing soul. I am body soul and spirit, a
Dollar Agreement, for the coming year
to be incorporated into the 2008/2009
Marianna city attorney Frank
Bondurant explained that the city initial-
ly requested $60,000 instead of
$181,000 because the increase was so
"I think the county will do what it's
obligated to do," said Marianna
Commissioner John Roberts, referring
to the county's obligation to honor the
three part person. I being not a forget-
ful hearer of God's word but a faithful
doer of God's work will be rewarded
for my deeds as sheriff of Jackson
County, Florida and the community, at
large, will be blessed as a result. The
blessings will be seen in God's promise
that no one will have to die or lose their
job under my administration unless by
personal choice or divine decree.
God has informed me that my servic-
es are needed as the next sheriff of
Jackson County, Florida. I am your
candidate for sheriff of Jackson
County, Florida, by divine commission.
I am married of fifteen year's and the
daddy of one daughter, 14, and one son,
13. We are. "Crusaders For Christ
Refuge," we home worship, home
contract requiring it to pay for one half
of the expenses for operating the fire sta-
tion near the distribution center.
Marianna Commissioner James Wise
was concerned that the cost of providing
service to almost 20,000 Jackson
County residents was falling on the
shoulders of Marianna's 6,500 residents.
"We want what is fair," said Roberts.
Commissioners wondered what those
Jackson County residents would do if
the interlocal agreement is not renewed
school our children, and independent
study. Our work in this community can
only be verified by divine record in the
lives that have been touched in some
way by my families presence.
As sheriff of Jackson County, Florida
this awakening, Bible based spiritual
work and prayer my family do, we will,
and we wish to and should continue as
proof of my/our/God's commitment to
the security and safety of this our com-
The documented historical results of
such awakening in this country's past
will certainly manifest itself today.
There will be a certain decrease of
crime and violence in the community.
This is critical because we live in a time
of fighting within and without, an age
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have to say about those streets,
^ he would prefer the city raise
S its millage rates by more than
s e a one mill in order for the city to
4 be more able to continue to
4 W0 -- afford street improvements.
S_ Commissioner Roger Clay
Agreed with Milton.
Commissioner Paul Donofro
Jr. asked that the commission
Sbe prudent. in considering a
raise in the rate of more than
--. a one mill, keeping in mind that
S the millage would affect prop-
S erty tax payers.
a In voting to increase millage
S -a rates by one mill or more, the
S ^ state requires that all five com-
S missioners vote unanimously.
- The commissioners agreed
-- that if, during the budgeting
process, it was determined that
enough reserve funds existed,
commissioners would serious-
-_ ly consider bringing the tenta-
Stive millage rate back down as
much as possible.
S - Commissioners would like-
ly have to vote unanimously
.. again if they move to reduce
the millage rate further on in
the budgeting process.
The millage rate will be
finalized in September.
ed From Page 1A Tax millage affects property
taxes for both commercial and
er, which could private property owners.
leave mem without mat extra emergency
protection. A reduction in fire coverage
could also affect fire insurance premi-
ums for those residents.
Dean told commissioners he spoke
with Lakey on Wednesday, and Lakey
requested to meet with Dean and the
county and city fire chiefs to discuss
specifics on the maintenance and
staffing of the fire station near the distri-
Continued From Page 1A
of terrorist and voodoo, and much more
dangers which cannot be overcome by
Enemies who wish to see our way of
life end. We must give God something
to work with, within each and ever indi-
vidual within the community who are
willing to name the name of Christ and
depart from iniquity. Failure is not an
To those who do not believe, I say,
watch God get it done. I ask, "who's
report will you believe?" As for me
and my house we shall believe the
report of the Lord. Thank you! God
bless America, and God bless Jackson
Sincerely, your candidate for Sheriff,
Aldrich D. Johnson, Sr.
Byrd Funeral Home
3409 W. Main St.
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Norma L. Davis
Norma L. Davis, 87, passed
away Sunday, July 27, 2008,
at her home in Marianna. She
and her husband, Richard,
moved here from Sarasota in
June 2004. Norma was born in
Survivors are her husband,
Richard; son, Terry Banning
and his wife, Valerie, of
Alford; a sister, Joyce Miller,
niece, Dianna Miller and her
son, Christopher, all of
Richmond, Ind.; and her
nephew, Randy Barnes of
Byrd Funeral Home of
Dothan, Ala., is in charge of
In lieu of flowers, donations
may be made to the charity of
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BY SHELIA MADER "We only have four or five returning players
FLORIDAN CORRESPONDENT from varsity," he said. "There was a lot of talent
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With soccer gaining popularity in Marianna,
new Marianna High School Coach Garyn Waller
saw a need for a summer program to keep pace'
with area school soccer programs.
"Schools like Mosley and Pensacola Catholic
have year-round programs and it's hard for us
(MHS) to compete when we only have the one.
short season," he said.
With that in mind, Waller began practice in
May two days a week and extended that through-
out the summer.
There were approximately 17 players who par-
ticipated in the summer program and that was
enough for Waller. .
"We may not have everyone at every practice or
game because of vacations and other commit-
ments, but we've had a good turnout each time
and that's fine with me," he said.
"Whatever improvement we can make will help
us in the regular season."
Waller is quick to acknowledge he has his work
cut out for him to come close to Coach Rex
Suggs' final 2007-2008 season.'
lost tL glrauatioUU last year anc utat guing toI u
a big hole to fill."
Marianna will have a young team this season
but did get help when Jared Fuqua returned to
He will be one of the few seniors on the team
Fuqua was lost to relocation following his
freshman year at MHS.
Other players with varsity experience returning
will be Nathan McGowen, Gabe Sanchez,
Sammy Muniz and Nick Harris.
Marianna has competed in approximately six
games this summer, the latest two on the road at
H. G. Harders in Panama City yesterday.
In game one against Port St. Joe, the Bulldogs
took at 3-2 victory with goals coming from
Sammy Muniz, Thomas Parrish and Jared Fuqua.
Nick Harris successfully defended the goal
with nine out of 11 saves.
In game two, the tables turned with Mosley
handing Marianna a 7-0 shutout.
Preston Skipper had the challenge of defending
the Dolphin kickers' wicked' hook shots, and
Marianna soccer coach Garyn Waller. Kate
allowed five goals scored with Michael Mader
coming on in relief to allow two goals.
Skipper recorded five saves with Mader record-
ing one save. Waller found positives in both
"It gives us a chance to see where we are and
what amount of work is needed to get to the level
where we need to be," he said. "The kids hustled
and played very hard in back-to-back games. You
can't ask for any more than that."
play for title
BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR
The Panhandle Panthers 13U
squad won two games Wednesday at
the Dizzy Dean World Series in
South Haven, Miss.
If they win two more today, they'll
be World Series champions.
Panhandle, which has one loss in
the tournament, faces undefeated
JPRD today at 9 a.m. and needs to
win both games to win the title.
The Panthers defeated the Georgia
Diamondbacks 20-4 in the first game
Wednesday, then avenged their only
loss of the tournament with a 14-4
win over Grenada, Miss.
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The Marianna Recreation
Department will offer four
soccer leagues for boys and
girls. Registration for kids
ages 5-18 will run from
today through Aug. 22 from
8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the
MERE, located at 3625
Caverns Rd. in Marianna.
The registration fee is
$30 for participants who
live inside the city limits of
Marianna-and $45 for those
outside the city limits.
The fee mhst be paid with
a check or money order. No
cash will be accepted.
Late registration will be
held at MERE from 4-7
p.m. on Aug. 18 and Aug.
21. No one will be allowed
to register after Aug. 22.
All participants must
bring a copy of birth certifi--
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pants on Aug. 1 of the cur-
rent year will be the play- .. -
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For more information,
Cottondale Pee Wee
Football and Cheerleader
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-
Registration fees will
only be $25 for the first 10
that sign up in each age
division for football ahd
cheerleading. This discount
is only good on this day. For
more information, call Tony
Marianna Area Youth
Marianna Area Youth
Football -and Cheerleading
will have signu's Aug. 2
from 9-11 a.m. at Farm
Registration fees will
only be $25 for the first 10
that sign up in each age
division for football and
This discount is only
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Softball Travel Team*
Softball tryouts for girls
fastpitch travel teams for
ages 10,, 12 and7 14 take
place Aug. 2 at 9 a.m. at the
Sneads ballfield. For more
info, call 573-6749 for
Roger Averitt, or 573-6750
for Crystal Averitt.
John Hudson Memorial
The 2nd Annual Coach
John "Hud" Hudson
Memorial Scholarship Golf
Tournament wifl be held
Aug. 16-17 at Florida
Caverns Golf Course. For
more information, contact
Hunter Nolen at 850-573-
6474, or Rob Armstrong at
Swimming lessons will
be offered for ages 4-and-
up. Lessons are based on a
combination of nationally-
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-
Cost is $45 and pre-regis-
tration is required, with a $5
late registration fee. Infant
and preschool swimming
lessons for children 3-and-
under will meet
For information, call pool
manager Rance Massengill
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
Teams can register for the
World Series at
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mation, contact Ken Quinn
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BY MARK STEVENSON
ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITER
ATOTONILCO, Mexico -
Mexicans working in other coun-
tries are sending less money
home, threatening businesses,
stalling construction and choking
cash flow to hamlets where as
much as half the population
works in the United States.
Analysts said stepped-up
immigration raids and the slow-
down in the U:S. economy
accounted for the drop in the pay-
ments, which many migrants -use
to sustain families back home.
The payments, or remittances,
have fallen about 2 percent this
year to $11.6 billion, the first
such drop in more than a decade
since reliable records have been
kept, Mexico's Central Bank said
Wednesday. And the buying
power of this money has been
battered by the weakening U.S.
dollar, which has lost about 8
percent of its value against the
Mexican peso so far this year.
In Mexico, businesses that
once thrived selling everything
from beds to bricks to the fami-
lies of migrants have laid off
workers. In this town of verdant
fields beneath the snow-clad
slopes of the Iztaccihuatl vol-
cano, there's little left to rely on
but small farms.
"There's no money anymore,"
Carlos Escalona said of his fami-
ly's business, which sells con-
crete blocks and .bricks to help
people build houses with the
money migrants send home.
Sales have fallen by a third, forc-
ing the business to lay off 70 per-
cent of the staff.
Of migrant workers in the
U.S., Escalona said, "They lose
their jobs, and then they're afraid
to leave the house. It's like
Bank of Mexico President
Guillermo Ortiz said about 22
percent of Mexican workers in
the U.S. have jobs in construc-
tion, an industry that has slowed
sharply. About 152,000 Mexican
immigrant workers lost U.S. con-
struction jobs in 2007, while
overall unemployment for
Mexican immigrants in the U.S.
rose from 5.5 percent to 8.4;per-
cent over the year, according to a
June report by the Pew Research
Gone are the days when
migrants came back to Mexico
each year flush with cash, then
returned to jobs waiting in the
United States, as they did during
the boom years of 2002 to 2006.
Now, more migrants rounded
up by U.S. immigration officials
are being sent home penniless.
Others have decided to return
for good, bringing as many
household items as they can'
along with them and eliminating
the need to buy much locally.
In Atotonilco, much of the
business at Olivia Guzman's
hardware store used to come
around Christmas, when return-
ing migrants would buy electric
cables and circuit breakers to
power up new appliances for
their families in Mexico before
returning to jobs up north.
Now that business has mostly
dried up. Where she once sold
$30 or so per day, she now sells
as little as $6, she said. Her busi-
ness survives only because her
father bwns the building arid
doesn't charge her rent, she
added. Things are no better at
Yesica Ordonez' furniture store,
Muebleria El Rosal, where
migrant families once had
enough money for her $50 chests
of drawers or $100 beds.
Now the few customers who,
do appear spend remittances on
necessities, she said. "It's been
about two years since things
Ortiz said remittances will
probably drop 2 to 3 percent for
the full year, the first sustained
drop since 1995, when the bank
began keeping a tally. In small
towns, about one in eight families
gets money from workers in
other countries, the government
estimates. The payments have
become a key source of foreign
currency for the bank, represent-.
ing Mexico's second-largest
source of outside income, after
oil exports. It represents less than
3 percent of Mexico's gross
In the first part of the decade,
the recorded payments grew rap-
idly from $9 billion in 2001 to
almost $24 billion in 2007 -
because of swelling immigration
and better reporting methods.
The number of Mexicans
crossing the border rose to an
average of 400,000 a year
between 2000 and 2004, more
than 10 times the migrant flow of
a generation ago. About three-
quarters were undocumented,
according to Mexico's
The cash those migrants sent
home doubled the number of
Mexican households that
received remittances between
1992 and 2002. Now that growth
appears to have reached an end.
Jesus Cervantes, director of
economic measurement for
Mexico's Central Bank, predict-
ed the trend in annual remittances
will turn around, but said the
days of unbroken gains are prob-
Karadzic in U.N.,
custody in Netherlands
BY MIKE CORDER
ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITER
THE HAGUE, Netherlands The Yugoslav
war crimes tribunal has Radovan Karadzic in
custody, 13 years after indicting the Bosnian
Serb leader on genocide charges.
From video of summary executions to pho-
tos of skeletal prisoners, prosecutors have plen-
ty of evidence of atrocities.
But Slobodan Milosevic's tortuous trial
demonstrated how tricky it is to prove a politi-
cal leader masterminded the crimes as part of a
genocidal plot to carve out an ethnically pure
Serb ministate in Bosnia.
The late Serb despot, however, may have
helped .prosecutors by blaming Karadzic for
Bosnian atrocities. Milosevic had argued that
as leader of Serbia, he was not in control' of
Karadzic and his Bosnian Serb forces who
killed tens of thousands of Bosnian Muslims
and Croats in the 1992-95 Bosnian war.
"During the Milosevic trial, it became really
clear that Karadzic was the real architect of
genocide," said professor Michael Scharf, the
director of the Frederick K. Cox International
Law Center at Case Western Reserve
University. "The defense made a convincing
case that Milosevic was much less culpable
Milosevic, a one-time mentor to Karadzic,
died in his cell in March. 2006, bringing his
four-year trial to an inconclusive end.
Ten suspects have been charged with
mankind's "crime of crimes" since the U.N.
court opened its doors in 1993. Only one, Gen.
Radislav Krstic, who commanded Serb forces
involved in the 1995 massacre of 8,000 Muslim
men in Srebrenica, has been found guilty. An
appellate court reduced his original conviction
for genocide to aiding and abetting genocide.
On Tuesday, Bosnia's domestic war crimes'
court convicted seven Bosnian Serbs of geno-
cide in the Srebrenica massacre and handed
down prison sentences ranging from 38 to 42
years. Four others were acquitted.
Judges may never find a smoking gun -
such as written orders for Muslims and Croats
to be wiped out that would convict Karadzic
of genocide, said professor Ton Zwaan of
Amsterdam University's Center for Holocaust
and Genocide Studies.
That makes it. difficult to prove a key ele-
ment in the crime of genocide that the mur-
ders were carried out with the intent of exter-
minating all or part of a specific national, eth-
nic, racial or religious group.
"Normally, these decisions are taken verbal-
ly only between a few people," Zwaan said.
"And for obvious reasons they don't put their
thoughts in writing because they know they are
acting in a colossal criminal affair."
Karadzic is charged with 11 counts, includ-
ing genocide and crimes against humanity, for
allegedly orchestrating the Srebrenica murders,
the deadly 44-month siege of Sarajevo and bru-.
Jackson County Floridan Thursday, July 31, 2008 3B
hidden Van Gogh portrait
tal ethnic cleansing campaigns.
State Department spokesman Sean
McCormack called Karadzic's transfer to The
Hague "a very positive development, I think,
for Serbia, first and foremost. And also a posi-
tive development for justice."
Speaking to reporters, prosecutor Serge
Brammertz conceded the case would not be
easy, but said his team.would draw on evidence
already presented in other cases since
Karadzic's original 1995 indictment. They are
expected to update the indictment before the
"We will ensure that it reflects the current
case law, facts already established by the court
and evidence collected over the past eight
years," he said.
Brammertz said prosecutors also would
present evidence including audio and video
tapes and witness statements.
"It will be a complex trial, like other cases
before this tribunal," Brammertz said. "In order
to prove these serious crimes, the prosecution
will have to present a significant amount of evi-
dence, including the testimony of mahy. wit-
In the past, images played to judges at the
tribunal has included footage of Serb forces
gunning down unarmed Muslim men in a field,
near Srebrenica and photos of malnourished
inmates at Serb-run camps.
There are fears that, like Milosevic, Karadzic
will seek to drag out the trial by bickering with
judges and prosecutors and using his defen-
dant's stand as a soap box for his nationalistic
Karadzic's Belgrade-based lawyer, Sveta
Vujacic, has said the former Bosnian Serb
leader plans to conduct his own defense, but
will assemble, a team of attorneys to help him
- a copy of Milosevic's strategy.
Vujacic said Karadzic has been preparing his
defense during his years in hiding. Like
Milosevic, he is expected to portray Serbs as
victims of' the Balkan conflict and claim his
actions were trying to protect his people.
Karadzic was finally taken into U.N. custody
after dawn on July 23, more than a week after
he was arrested by Serb security forces while
posing as a white-bearded new-age guru.
He was flown from Belgrade in a Serbian
government business plane to Rotterdam air-
port and hustled to the nearby jail most like-
ly in a Dutch police helicopter that swooped
into the tribunal's purpose-built detention unit
inside the walls of. a Dutch maximum-security
There he will be allowed to mingle and
maybe even play pingpong with former foes
from Croatia who are one trial for atrocities
against Serbs in 1995 and with fellow alleged
Serb war criminals.
The center, which has 84 cells, has 37 other
detainees, all of them alleged Yugoslav war
criminals. Each cell, measuring. 17 feet by 10
feet, has a shower, toilet, sink and desk.
BY ANRICA DEB
ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITER
- A team of European scientists
unveiled on Wednesday a new
method for extracting images
hidden under old masters' paint-
ings, recreating a color portrait of
a woman's face unseen since
Vincent van Gogh painted over it
For years, art historians have
been using x-rays to probe art-
works hidden underneath other
paintings, a technique resulting
in a fuzzy, black-and-white
image. But Joris Dik, a materials
scientist from Delft University,
and Koen Janssens, a chemist
from the University of Antwerp
in Belgium, combined science
and art to engineer a new method
of visualizing hidden paintings,
using high-intensity x-rays and
an intimate knowledge of old
pigments. The pair used the new
approach on "Patch of Grass," a
small oil study of a field that Van
Gogh painted in Paris while liv-
ing with his brother Theo, who
While not exact in every detail,
the image produced is a woman's
head that may be the same model
Van Gogh painted in a series of
portraits leading up to the 1885
masterpiece "The Potato Eaters."
The new method will allow art
historians to obtain higher quali-
ty and more detailed images
underlying old masterpieces. In
Van Gogh's case, it could reveal
details of works that were paint-
ed over. For other works, it could
provide new insights into the
studies that the artist built a paint-
Dik and Janssens used high-'
intensity x-rays from a particle
accelerator in Hamburg,
Germany to compile a two-
dimensional map of the metallic
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In this undated composite image
provided by the Delft University of-
Wednesday, a hidden portrait
under the Vincent van Gogh paint-
ing "Patch of Grass" from 1887,
is seen. AP Photo/TU DELFT
"Patch of Grass," which is part of
the large Van Gogh collection in
the Kroller-Muller Museum in
the Netherlands. Knowing that
mercury atoms were part of a red
pigment and the antimony atoms
wete part of a yellow pigment,
they were able to chart those col-
ors in the underlying image.
"We visualized in great
detail the nose, the eyes,
according to the chemical com-
position." Dik said. Scanning a
roughly 7-inch square of the larg-
er portrait took two full days.
Though his paintings are now
worth millions, Van Gogh was
virtually unknown during his
lifetime and struggled financially
before committing suicide in
1890. He often reused canvas to
save money, either painting on
the back or over the top of exist-
ing paintings, and experts believe
roughly a third of his works hide
a second painting underneath.
The painting under "Patch of
Grass" adds weight to the theory
'that Van Gogh mailed paintings
from the Netherlands to his
brother Theo, and, after moving
to Paris to join him, found the old
works and painted over them.
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BABY ITEMS/ FURNITURE/
Loa'rSFrO'LN Ethan Allen Crib, light Table: Round glass and
o busriess wood $100 850-526- metal flowers table
Op DDOr nitieS 3426 with 2 chairs, $60, Call
.nme nLmerts (850)272-5558.
Cl L% S t CLOTIN You Name It...
CLOTHING Classified Has It!!!
Boys sz 10 clothes $30 Table: Round Glass.
/bag. 850-482-8224 Good Cond., $30, Call
Girls Clothes sz 12mos Table: White, rectangu-
ANNOUNC ENTS o 2T $1/each850-526- lar glass, $25, Call 850-
OU0CBMENTS 094 272-5558.
Little Tyke Swing & Table: Wooden light
AT ETO Slide, $45 Always cov- brown square table
ered 850-526-0094 with 4 chairs, $60,
EXER --IS (850'272-5558
You should fully EXERCISE _
investigate the back EQUIPMENT A GARAGE
ground of any.company SALES
BEFORE paying a fee. Galle E.J1je. By T.:,ry AL.S
Proceed with caution if Littles, Great Condition.
you are asked to send $50. 850-209-1315 T Visit Visited
money or in calling
"900" numbers. Weslo exercise cycle '
All numbers prefixed by machine w/timer $50
"900" are charged to 850-352-3329 Fri & Sat 7-? 2360 Le-
callers on a per-minute gioRd(Seminole
or per-callbasis. Some U FURNITURE/ Lodge & Marina)-
of these calls are toL e & Marina)-
numbers outside of the I HOUSEHOLD Sneads.
United States & expen-
sive international rates Bed Wooden Drawer
are charged to your with mattresses $80
phone bill,. call 850-592-283
THIS PUBLICATION 850-272-0394.
makesevery every effort to Bench, solid oak with Furnh'hold items,
list the charges for the casters.-(Made by i9 tools, etc.Sat 8/2,1
reader. Remember, if cases yMade by tols etSat 828
rehave an b doubts, teve Odom) $70, N early birds r.!!
youbably oubts, 850-526-3365
investigate Iit sounds --_____---__
too good to be true, it Chair: Brown Leather
probably is! Your Better Computer Chair, $30, HEAVY
Business Bureau is an Call (850)272-5558.
excellent source of I EQUIPMENT
information. Chair- Comfortable
334-792-3804 Beige color, Good Cond Bearcat Model72928 9"
1-800-824-5274 $30 call 850-592-2683 Chipper, 28HP Kubota
850-272-0394. Diesel Eng., 80 hours,
WANT BETTER GAS Chest of Drawers
MILEAGE? CHECK $200 850-592-2053 N
OUT THIS WEBSITE,. -MISCELLANEOUS
IT Childs wooden table
REALLY WORKS! w/4high back chairs
www.im4h20.com $30 850-526-3426 4 Used tires w/spare,
Computer Desk, good P245-70R-17, $150 Firm
M INSTRUCTION cond. $50, Call 850-272- 850-663-2227
CLASSES 5558. 5 ft Sofa $100
SComputer Desk, set, Wheelchair$60
Guitar & Bass Lessons chair, rockerchair and 850-482-8347
$15/30 minutes. Exp. shelf, $85, Call
guitarist looking for (850)272-5558. Ball Python w/lg aqua-
more students. Lessons rium &lights $200 850-
taught in alonl pvt en- Computer Desk with 526-3426
vironment.850-718-7304 Chair Good Cond. $110 C
call 850-592-2683 or Chain, 30ft. very heavy
S LAWN / 850-272-0394. duty w/hooks. 7/16 link
A WN N Computer Desk with stock. $50 850-482-7933
LANDSCAPING Chair good cond. $80 Snow Ski set, Complete,
aw ct Murra call 850-592-2683 or $25, Call (850)272-5558.
3Lw" 12.5hp, 5 speed, 850-272-0394. Water Ski, Very Good
Like new $600,850-320- Dining table with high- Cond., $50, Call (850)
5062 back bench, solid wood. 272-5558.
Great condition, $75.
LOST/FOUND 850-526-3365 "_ -
850-592-2053 R"i i[
FOUND: Chain Saw in R-,t,- ,AiRANr
Indian Springs. Call Great Wood Console 21
850-209-2847 inch TV $150 call 850- Hel'l-ant ed
n fem 592-2683 850-272-0394. pari-timed
FOUND: Young female ur
dog near Golson Elem. La-Z-Boy Sleeper ,Rr SR
850-557-5851 Sofa and Loveseat "y
LOST: Fern. Blonde Cur Green / Yellow /Blue --
Dog near Old Spanish / Burgandy Plaid -
Trail. 850-557-7350 $500 850-209-8452 1l M l
SITUATIONS Leather Recliner Chair GENERAL
WANTED 2683 or 850-272-0394. HELP WANTED
Dependable lady seeks Rattan Off White Over-
sm. Ivg qtrs. Possible sized Coffee Table & 2 City of Marianna
caregiver situation. In End Tables, Glass Tops, is accepting
country/pets. Jean 850- $159 850-592-8769 applications for a
Recliner: Green Leather Projects Coordina-
Chair, $35, Call 850-272- tor. Position des-
5558. cription and appllca-
Gtl/l one beopicke
S a u Sofa: (2) White, Con- on can ae c
SSot: ( up at Mari anna City
S n portable, $50 each, Call Hall and Marianna
nonlecable,, (850)272-5558. One Stop Career
Ga ga-a e sales sofa set with 3 glass Center.
S .aucuoni top tables, $180, Very
A. t Ri-R Good Cond., Call 850-
C~i ANTiQt5 272-5558. .
Sofa set with 3 glass
top tables $200 Good
cond. Call 850-592-2683
ANTIQUES/ I Sofa:Wooden, Setof
COLLECTIBLES 3, Good Cond., $100,
COLLECTIBLES Call 850-272-5558.
Jelly cabinet, 22"L Table: Beautiful wood-
/12"W/60"H, rustic en pure marble top ta-
green, good cond., ble, $100, Call (850)272-
GENERAL D APARTMENTS FOR HOUSE/RENT REAL ESTATE
HELP WANTED i OGB RN/UNRI H H UNF[ URNISHED
CONVENIENCE STORE FREE: 2 small mixed 1/1 duplex, rew con- Newly Renovated: 3/1
Cashier position breed female puppies, struction, energy effi- Incl. stove, ref. DW, WD
available. Competitive 850-352-4540 client, Blue Springs, hookup, & lawn serv.
pay, paid vacation & She-po s, no all $550/mo, $400 dep.'lyr $795/mo 850- 526-3355
benefit package. EOE She-poo pups, no aler- lease, 850-482-7735 S Smn l
Sangaree Oil Co., 2979 gies, no shed, gorgeous leave message Sneads, Lake Seminole
Pierce St 850-482-5241. ky coat, guaranteed Rd. 3/2 modular w/ca-
health. $325. 850-573- You Name It... report, lake view, ceram-
MlnPent 3493 *Classified Has It!!! ic tile, ceiling fans, W/D
Malone Peanut 2 &'3BR APARTMENTS $700 p. RV s mpaceso.
S an REN7 $525$650/MO Rd. 2/1 cabin, $450. mo.
a wk. Apply @ 5217 di6501209-3591 $500. dep. 850-593-5714
wk. rAppl @52E17HORRES r FOR SALE BY OWNER
850-569-2671 POULTRY COMMIERCIAL .rs@wfeta'net New 4303 sq ft
from 8-3 E(qui n PhOR~w l Rs=rr El 0 OBILE 4BR, 3.5 bath. $429,000.
SD r Neyl Remodeled 1650 HOME/RENT otube.net #195636
O $' /r~arirRSQa. it. Office Space For 2&3BRMH,Cotton'
NO$$$? Rent, Clinton St. dale. htt://www. char-
NEED $$$? $1200/mo. 850-573-0960 loscoun i nvm.com.
MAKE $$$ no/
MaKdayER H oN1 1 2 & 3BR Mobile Homes BUILDER/OWNER
Friday! Deliver FARM TOWNHOUSE RENTI r for Rent/Jackson Cty.
phone books in an I $350 & up Call 850-557-
area YOU CHOOSE EQUIPMENT 2BR BA Townhouse 5057 HOMES
throughout in town,S595 No pets. GREAT LOCATION
*Dothan, 12ft hay mower $11,400, Ask about Move In 2 BR MH CH & A, near
& North Florida New Holland round bal- spedal 850-482-5134 1-10 & 71 S; App. & PRICED TOSELL
areas! er, $10,800 Tractor Lease Req.$400 + $300 P RIC K
Call NOW for w/cab 90 HP $25,500 U dep. Sewer/ Water/ UNDER 200K
immediate 850-866-2774 r DUPLEX/RENT garb./lawn care incl.No
consideration! f PPets No Smoking. 526-
Dothan Warehouse 1 set of KMC twin row 8367.5 -
4106 Napier Field Rd planters, 4 row. mount- 2/1 $550, 2/1 w/ca- 850526-8367
Dothan, AL 36302 ed on a paulk frame 1 report $625, Near Marl- 3/2 Cottondale Water, I
334-983-1610 KMC 4 row ripper w/ anna Joyce Riley Real garb bug spray. $570. s me
1-800-518-1333 lift assist wheel and Estate 850-209-7825 o. (lease)+ $570 sec. New 1976 sq ft. Home,
ext. 224 fertilizer afttNo Pets. 850-352-4869. Cathedral ceilings, car-
www.DeliverThePho gal. nurse tank mount FARM / 3/2 within city limits, from LakeSeminole,
neBook.com edon tamdem trailer.EAGE
334-790-5077 ACREAGE $425/mo Sec & Ref. Reduced to $189;900.
Req. 850-482-5492 Also, other land only
Gandy 4 row insecticide FOR SALE BY OWNER 3BR/2BA MH in Sneads parcels &-acreage avail.
Retail Salesperson applicator w/double 27.73 Ac. in S. Jackson & Mari anna. CallFSBO 850-526-3014/718-
F/T .Must have HS boxes, fortwochemi- County Wooded with Mo Fr afterpm 2119
diploma.Previous mounted on tool County Road Frontage (850) 593-4452. New3/2 1100 sq'
experience plus, bar. Good condition. Call 850-272-5193 Btown. Tie/laminate
Starting Pay $7/hr $500. 229-758-3146 $4300 per acre frs apl n
Family Atmosphere MH lots avail & some fl p On
Great Insurance Pkg Hay Cutter/Morra 5 IHO SES/RENT MH when avail. Blue 90x 210' lot. $99,900
Sick/Vacation Time Disc Cuts 6.69 feet, H SE ENT Springs MH Park, 8507628185
Submit Resume to new blades, MF2250, FURNISHED Marianna Water/s-
Blind Box 581 $2800. 850-482-5747 1 I ainwa .e/garb/-lawn
P.O. Box 520, KMC '94 Peanut FOR RENT-2BR/1BA. I n i | g
Marianna, FL 32447 Combine Field Ready REMODELED SAFE malclean park!
$10,500, 334-403- NEIGHBORH., C'DALE 3BR/2BA MH.6 mi. E. ofll
0251, 334-735-3309 850-209-1818. Hopkins. NO PETS!
MICANAGEMENT Classifieds have what HOUSES/RENT (8 ) 592-
Management you are looking for. UNI URNISHED E
needed at Sub- PRODUCE 1BR/1BA in Greenwood 01 HOM P_/SAL
way restaurant. $400/mo. 850-209-8759 16x80, '942/2,
Please call g -1I $400/m good condo, appl. to
850-638-9808 for Shiver's shelled peas & 2BR/1BA, fenced yard, Be moved.'$14,500.
more details, butter beans.White zip- small pet allow00 dep 850-482-3168 B AT/MOTO
Green & cooredbutter (850) 573-1232 ud CHATRAILER
Rental Property beans. Farm fresh, 3BR/2BA Home on large 2 porches incl. Al condo. .
Manager: home grown. $5,$10, lot, fenced in back yard. $30K 850-762-9333 _ _
Duties included $20 bags available Total Elec-tric. In Mar- 3
Public Relations, FRMS.Corn field/sweet anna. $650, Call 850- E .
Home repairs, $4 pt, $8 qt, Squash $12 573-3426 /352-2947 REAL ESTATE Yamaha G 800R '04,
Lawn maintenance box, canning tomato's Red/White. 2-cyl. 160
Must have exp. $12 bushell. Hwy 84 E. Grand Ridge: 3/1 I hrs. Fair cond. $3,800
Marianna Location. 334-522-3756. Duplex $450/mo. 2/1 Newly remolded Lg OBO. 334-695-2939.
850-769-4926 U-PICK PEAS. WE SHELL 8 t552751 850) i 3-m GR Triton 2005 1753 Crap-
PEAS! Farm Fresh Vege- $40K (850) 573-0598mercury 60HP,
i ]tables! Deese Produce, Grand Ridge,_M T stroke front & rear live
CATS Lovewood Rd., Cotton- 3BR/2.5BA, $1050/mo wells, and bait well, lots
dale, FL (850) 573-1141 or lease w/ purchase MUSA of storage, fully
or (850) 352-2891 option avail. Call 850- equipped. $12,500 OBO
6 KITTENS, 5wks old, 272-1181 3/2,1230 SF .67 acres 850-547-3484 after 6PM
FREE to good home. Greenwood- 3BR/2BA on paved road,. Great
(850) 482-5200 Greenwood 3BR/2BA neighborhood. Between Sun Slider Peddle Boat,
2car gar, new floors, GR and Mar. Beautiful adj. 5 seat lounger with
8 week old kittens, free $725/mo., $725 dep., oak trees. Newly re- canopy, cap. 825 Ibs.
. to good home. call 850- refs. rqrd., 850-526-7718 modeled, $130,000. $475, used only 3 times.
573-3270 .vacalop 850-718-6019 334-897-6929
FOUND: Small tabby home
kitten nears Adams St AP'AR-rENT9
in C'dale 850-352-4723 Marianna- 3/2 Beautl- LOST:
FREE ADULT CATS: ful, Center of Town
several to Choose:from. Close to everything
eN $800 ever rent again Buy 850 2070
Kittens, 9 weeks old, HUD homes, from
potty trained, FREE to APARTMENTS FOR $14,900! For listings .
good home. 850-482- T 800-570-8898 ext. 1-774
5880/850-303-9727----- Newly remodeled 2/2,
Kittens: Free to good Edgwood Apts. Furn. 1 kitchen, W/D inc Nice Near Putnam/Caledonia.
home, 3-4 mos. old, BR duplex apts. Free neighborhood.Pets ok
beautifully marked. Call laundry, water, sewage $400/mo.email:dran- 850-209-4863
850-569-2458 & garb. 592-4793. email@example.com
BO T BOATS/MOTORS
Triton '08,18 ft. Explor- l n
er w/115 HP Mercury
Optimax. 71 pound mo-
tor guide, 480 GPSfh
$18,600.334-774-5412 or -
Hunter 2004 306, like
good condition, $5,000 chometer, humming-
0 334.687.4634 bird 5ble65, lin Port St.
stoe, FL great weekend
nd., 1.5 ft .riner .
Irtaway, Detailed pics.
87 C$70K850 -653-8147. Lv
ft, 440 Chr. engine, 4 stroke mercury, ta-
good condition, $5,000 chometer humming-.
OBO 334-687-4634 bird 565, live well, bilge
Rhin8,506 Bl12egill, used ump, $11,200334-798-
1 year, 25 HP Honda 4- 0010
cond., 17.5 f., Mariner t a
mtr., Deluxe trailer, .
$9,500,334-693-9287 Chaparral 210 SSI'05,
Yellow, 260 hp, bimini
Pontoon Boat, 2007, top, galvanized trailer,
used 5 times. Fisher 18 custom cover, garage
ft, 4 stroke 60 Mercury. stored, only 20 hours,
Bottom paint GPS, pd. manyLike greatnew.
$18,500, sell $12,500. $27,900,334-475-3883.
Caravel '97 21 ft., Mer-
Pontoon Boat '05.20' cruiser 240 hp, 1-0,
Sunchaser. 50 HP great cond., garage
Yamaha. Garaged. Like Kept matchimg tandem
new.$11,500 OBO. Call trailer w/pressure
334-714-5860. brakes, LED lighting,
Nitro '07 w/90HP. Been low hours, NEW BABY
in water only 3 times. ONLY REASON BOAT IS
Over $1K worth of FOR SALE, $11,900 OBO,
electronics to give with Call 334-618-3957
the boat. Seeking
someone to take over
Marquis '77 w/1990 re-
built 90 HP motor
trolling motor & fish
finder. $3,000 obo. 334-
Legend '04 Bass Boat, Bayliner'93 l9ft.
225 Mercury, low hours, Cabin. White/Blue,
yellow, mint cond., Only 93 hours, Mer-
,S (334) 0-1350 Only 93 hours, Mer-
$13,500, (334) 790-1350 cruiser, great cond.,
Javelin '94' Bass'boat Fishfinder/CD/VHF,
377A 150 fast strike, too many new items
trailer. $4750334-596- to list including new
1694 upholstery, $6,500
Jason 1986 bass boat OBO. 334-477-2059.
110 Johnson motor, Aluma
garage kept, good con- Alumacraft '00 Flats, 18'
dition $4500 OBO334- 90 HP Johnson trolling
794 5511/334-798-5936 motor depth finder,
live well, bimini top,
Chaparral'84 198XL marine radio. $6,000.
185 Evinrude with trail- 229-723-5969 or 229-
er $4500.334-693-9360 308-2595
"The Wireless Company", your local AIIltel
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dedicated & friendly salespersons. Must have
strong communication skills, learn quickly &
enjoy working with technology. E-mail your
resume to michelle.wirelessco@comcastnet.
of North Florida.
is seeking PRN positions for:
CNAS* LPNS* RNS all shifts
FULL-TIME POSITIONS FOR:
Wages for CNAs up to $10 per hour
Wages for LPNs up to $18.00 per hour
Wages for RNs up to $25.00 per hour
PLEASE APPL YIN PERSON AT:
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Graceville, Florida 32440.
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P.O. Box 520, Marianna. FL 32447
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Earn up to
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BE YOUR OWN BOSS!
Early morning hours. Must have
minimum liability insurance &
valid driver's license.
Come by and fill out an
application at the
Jackson County Floridan,
4403 Constitution Lane,
Marianna, FL or call
and ask for JOE
6B FLORIDAN CLASSIFIED
BoArC/MoroRs CAMPERs/ OTOR
RAIr~ER TRAVEL TRA Lms
2004 Dutchmen Classic I
35ft. 2 slides. 1I bath.
Satellite W/D hookup.
Exc. condo. Like new.
'95 Hunter 23.5 sailer
w/trailer, '03 5hp Hon-
da, 2much2 list, $10k
OB0, Call 334-806-2822.
Need a New Home?
86' BAYLINER 29ft. Vol-
vo 260 eng., fully loaded
$13,900 OBO 687-8169,
34 ft. House Boat,
Sleeps 6, good cond.,
asking $12,000 OBO,
Call 334-792-1079 or
2003 Keystone Cougar '04 Pace Arrow 37 C,
5th wheel, Series 276 Work Horse Chassis.
EFs. 28 ft. w / living 19K, loaded, 3 slides, 99
room slide. Great cond., tow car, $93,000, Call
$13000,334-702-8267, (334) 618-0717
leave a message.
1995 Shasta Travel MOTORCYCLES/
Trailer, 22 ft., sleeps 4, H ATVs
$5500, Call (334) 794-
2921 '04 Big Dog Ridgeback,
08' Amerilite Travel Hard-tall, 11,000 mi,
Trailer 21d ft. Fully self $19,500, 334-648-2425.
contained, Used once. 2005 CRF 150 F Honda,
Pd $13,400, asking 510k good condition, very
850-579-2217 low mileage, $2,000
D OTOR 687-3275 or 850-625-
S MOmR 3965
HOMES Harley Davdison '07
1200 sportster Great
gas saver, exc. cond.,
black cherry, extras.
$9,500 OBO 796-5629
Harley Davidson '00
Heritage softtall twin
cam, blue & silver, rd
radio, lots of extras,
Winnebego '99 Brave HARLEY DAVIDSON '00
35-C, 35,1living rm, Road King FLHR. Motor-
slide, 35k mi., Alcoa cycle. Concora Purple.
wheels, new tires, gen., 30.990 mis 5K ir e oIras.
jacks, $33,500 obo, 522- immac late records.
3564 great condition
Seabreeze Class A 95' $13.000.334.34712102
gnood condition, new Hanrluey D.viaso.rn "02
MOTORCYCLES/ i MOTORCYCLES/I
Kawaski '07 Mean Suzuki '08 GZ250 wind-
Streak Special Edition. shield 5 yr. ext. warr.
Under 500 miles, extras $3,800. 334-791-0701.
included, $9500, Call
(334) 899-4247 Suzuki 1500 '01, Black,
8,000 mi. Like new.
Sportster '06 883 Low. $5,500.334-470-0237.
Motorcycle. Black, 490
mi., excellent condition, Victory 1999 1500, 5K
Loaded, 6200 OBO. Call American made bike
334-255-3165 or 334- $6000 Firm 334-618-
SUNF 2008 50CC, Yamaha 02' Zuma
moped, street legal. Scooter. 6400 mi.
$800 334-793-5248 125mpg, Windshield &
cond. $1600. 850-352-
Yamaha'04 V-star 1100
YAMAHA '05 V-Star.
12,000 mi, $5800 OBO.
SUZUKI '02 Katana 750, Call (850)209-7136.
6800 miles, excellent -
condition $3,800 OBO Yamaha 07' V-Star.
334-355-0949, 695-4292 New Loaded, comes
With helmet & cover.
Suzuki '04 GSXR750. Ex- Only 1 mile! $6,500. Call
cellent.Condition, any time. 334-494-3344.
Yamaha 2006 V-star
1100, 3100 miles, war-
ranty, $6200 OBO, 334-
793-5621 or 334-797-
1463 leave message
2004 2 YAMAHA Wave
Runners, 4 stroke eng.,
dual trailer covers, life
jackets $10,000 for both
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FIN, r lG
$6u00u.334-68-19u0u. Yamaha 2003 YZ125, 2
Classifieds have what stroke, pro circuit pipe W AUTOMOBILES
you are looking for. great condition. $3400 I1
Suzuki'07 GSX-R600, Buick'01 Park Avenue,
1141 mi., like new, ask- Yamaha 2005 Raptor white, loaded, exc.
ing $7700 OBO, 334-677- 660, extras, low hours, cond.'64K mi. $8,900.
3694 or 334-714-038 $4000. 334-677-3738 334-794-7493.
Acura'92 Integra, 5spd,
Black, CDRuns well.Re-
built motor, sunroof.
Great cond. 2,000 obo.
Brand new 26" rims,
chrome w/black 3,800
334-671-1607. Cadillac '05 STS V6
SSandstone, 29,500 Chevrolet '03 Tahoe
BMW '04 330CI, conv, miles, leather int., very LT. SUV. Black, Auto.
black, w/black int., clean, NADA Retail 8-cyl. 2 WD. 78,000,
nav., system, call for $24,07,5 asking $19,750. excellent condition.
more info. $28500 OBO Call 334-693-0892. Loaded, CD, AC,
229-308-1493 --AM/FM, stereo, new
SCadillac '96 Fleetwood, tires, leather nt.
BMW '04 Sedan Md# Broutgham Edition, 22" very clean, $16,400.
525i Silver, 28,775K mi., rims, exc. cond., 78K Call 334-790-5685.
AT/ 6sp. Garaged, exc. mi., asking $6400 OBO,
cond. $30,500. 334-803- Call (334) 379-5118 CLASSIFIEDS
9276 or 334-393-5829 We're Working For
Camero '91' convertible You!
Buick '96 Lasabre Z-28 new crate eng.
limited 4-dr. 103k mi. $6,000. 334-632-1100. Chevrolet '87 Corvette
$3,200. 334-726-4730 or Coupe. 71K actual mi. 1
334-792-4555. Camper Top for F-350 owner, 2 tops, other ex-
Ford, $650. 334-347- tras described when
Cadillac '93 Allante 0415 or 334-806-7578 called. 334-393-2109
Convertible, red, beige
leather excellent. 71k Chevrolet'93 Corvette
miles $13,900 334-449- 'V1 E L L Convertibl, Red leath-
2823 or 334-723-3037 E er, 70K miles. $13,000.
------08 OBO. Please call 334-
Cadillac '94 Fleetwood Chevrolet '04 Malibu 712-1531
Bghm, silver, 150k mi., Classic, white, pood
$4200 w/ scooter chair, cond. w/ new tires Chevy '03 Z06 Corvette,
chair lift. 850-425-5677 $5,500, If interested call Excellent cond. 35K mi,
days; 850-656-7212, 5-8 334-790-4484 $27,500. 850-762-8399
30ft. Hunter Sail Boat, carpet & bath fixtures
turn key Live Aboard, 64,900 mile. $25,500.
great weekend get 850-547-3431
away. Many upgrades.
Pt. Saint Joe, FL, $18K
OBO, Call 850-227-4034
2001 17' Glastron
SX170, 90 HP Johnson,
Aluminum trailer, great
shape, $7500, Call 334-
2000, 23', Aquasport,
w/200 Johnson Ocean R-VISION'06 Trail-Lite
Runner, Great condi- 26ft fully loaded low
tion. $15,500. Please mileage like new! In-'
call 334-791-2609 clude's navigation sys-
1994 Master Craft Pro tem. Priced at $62,500
Star 205, Immaculate OBO 334-616-6508 to
with some accessories
$15,000. OBO. 334-794- Monoco Knight '06,
9766/790-9422 Save $25K or more.
15' Qua hita Dbl Hull, 3 Diesel, 4 slides, 4300 mi,
sweater, Johnson 50 HP many upgrades
outboard motor and $159,700.850-866-2774
trailer. Make an Offer. Lexington '06 29ft,3-
334-794-6994. slides, full body paint
U11K miles, like new.
CAMPERS/ $59,900 more info 334-
TRAVEL TRAILERS 703-2500
Holiday Rambler '02,
Work -n- Play2006', 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
Please call 334-598-2675 mi., Must Sell! $68,500
Sprinter 1999 5th wheel O, (850) 638-7920r
27ft, with slide out 850-596-8475
room, fully loaded with
new hitch. $9500 334-
Prowler '04 5th Wheel,
25 ft. Must see! Nice | I
unit. Many extras!
$15,500. Call 334-714-
Outback'06 31 RQS
Loaded $16,900 OBO
334-618-4501. Four Winds 5000 '00,
white, Auto. 8-cyl. 2
Nash 2004 5th wheel M-
24-53, 1 slide, impres-
sive condition and
equipment, W-07 Silver-
ado available for total
travel package, let's
discuss price. 334-701-
Montana 2005 5th
Wheel, 4 slides, king
bed, excellent condi-
tion. $34,500 OBO 850-
Montana 02' 5th wheel
camper, 32.5 ft. 2 slides,
mounted space heater,
new 4000 Onan
generator w/inside re-
mote, $25k OBO, 850-
Jayco 2001 pop up
camper, sleeps 7, gas
or electric fridge, heat-
/cooling system, awn-
ing. $4800 334-794-7103
Jayco "08" Eagle 5th
wheel, 291RLTS, 3
slides, with covers,
electric awning $35K,
selling for health rea-
Jayco '03 camper, 34 ft.
2 slide outs. Exc. cond.
Like new on rented lot
with water front view
Lake Eufaula $19,000
Hot Dog Cart, exc. cond,
comes w/ everything
ypu need. Start your
own business today.
$2800, 334-873-4263 Iv,-
Fleetwood Scorpion '06,
popup mounted on a
trailer. Kitchen, bath,
ramps. $14K. Call Blake-
FLEETWOOD '05 Prowl-
er AX6, fifth Wheel, 36ft,
4 slides, face, large
shower, 30/50amp. A
Real must st: $39,900
Ig. slide out, 38' 2BR
Great cond., $10,500;
98 Coachman Santa-
ra, 35ft. 23,000 miles,
7KW generator, 2 en-
tries, ducted CH/A,
rear queens, sleeps
6, leather power cap-
tains chairs, base-
ment model, great
shape all manuals
'95 Westport by Fleet-
wood, 34' 2 slides, rear
floors, good condition,
$14,000 687-2684, 334-
WD. 88,300 miles, Great
cond. 28Feet, AM/FM
Cassette Stereo, Cable
TV Hookup, TV Antenna
Telephone Jack, Sky-
light, LPG & CO Leak
Booth Dinette, 6 Cu.
Foot Refrigerator with
Freezer, 6 Gallon
Electric Ignition Water
Heater, 32 Gallon Fresh-
water Tank, Tol-let,
Sink & Shower, 25 Gal-
lon Wastewater Tank,
22 Gallon Grey Water
Tank, Heated Holding
Tanks, 13,500 BTU Roof
Air Condl-tioner, 31,000
BTU Fur-nace, Micro-
wave Oven, Oven with 3
Burners, 7 Persons,
Queen-size Bed & Mat-
tress, 7,41 (Gasoline), 5
Kw LPG Generator
Trailer Hitch, Car dolly,
Non- smoking New: All
6 Tires, Brakes, Cataly-
tic Converters, Spark'
Plugs, Battery, $17,000
OBO, Please Call 334-
Stage 2 Kit. 95 cunic
inches. 2 sets of wheels
& oDies $11.000. 334-
774-2036 or 237-0677
HARLEY DAVIDSON -
'04 Road King. 5680
Cond. Better than
new, Lot of extras
$14,100 obo.Call 334-
Harley Davidson '05
Electra Glide Ultra Clas-
sic, Red/Black, Loaded,
Great cond. $18,000,
Harley Davidson '06
Dyna Super Glide
motocycle, Pearl Red,
chrome, fwd. controls,
wind shield, sundowner
seat. 6-spd. 4900 mi.
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.
Screaming Eagle VROD,
Red, 7K mi, warranty,
$19,500 nego. Call 334-
Fourwinds '08 Chateau **g
Sport Class C, 28 ft. E
Workhorse Chassis 6.0L HARLEY DAVIDSON '08
Vortec. 5578K mi. no sl. Fat Bob Pearl Blue, 6-
outs. non-smoker and spd. 2000 miles, excel-
pet free. $55,000 obo lent condition, lots of
*Serious inquiriesonly* extras, 2YR warranty,
Reduced!334-522-3652. $15,800 OBO. Call 334-
Ford 1991 Class C, re- 441- 6962. -
built onan 2 A/C's, Harley Davidson '08
good condition. $6000 Road King. Crimson
will finance. 334-793- Red, 6-spd. 675 miles,
5248 excellent condition.
Fleetwood 2002 Discov- warranty, $19,500. Call
ery 39ft, 2 slides, 330 334-618-9828.-
HP diesel, very nice Harley-Davidson 2000
$85,000 334-618-8457 heritage soft-tall, pearl
white, lots of chrome,
Damon Intruder 00' extra seats. $15,000
35 ft. Class A design- 334-693-0540
er. V-10, 27,917K 2 Harley-Davidson 2001
slides,2 AC, 2 TV's, 883,sportster hugger,
side by side frig w/ excellent condition low
Ice maker. New tires, miles. 334-693-0540
Towing pkg. $39,500.
334-696-4746. HD '02 Fat Boy. Motor.
cycle. Custom, 8500 mi.,
Damon Dae Break 01', exc. condition. Loaded,
Class A, 15.228K, 2 AC, $12,000 OBO. Call 334-
Lg slide out, ex. cond. 255-3165.
$42 500. OBO. Please HD '06 Heritage Softtall
call 334-585-2731 Classic. White 5-spd.
Damon 96 Daybreak 1700 mi. excellent con-
Motorhome. 31 ft. dition. $16,500. Call 334-
Clean, sips 6. Great 406-1999.
cond. Comes w/2-whl Honda '03 VTX 1800.
car dolly. 334-792-0619 Black, 7,500. Excellent
M U ST. ;Za IHonda '03 VTX 1800
Black, Motorcycle. Gar-
a8e kept with approx
2000 miles. Showroom
condition. Backrest /
luggage rack w / bag,
quick detach wind-
sileld. $8700, 334-445-
Coachman '000 Catalina Honda '06 CRF230.
Lite 249QB 25FT camper $2200.334-618-3234 or
In great shape.$6000 334-671-5790
Leave message HONDA '06 VTX 1300 C
Cruiser, 1,700 miles,
Chevrolet '92 Sprinter, black & chrome, Vance
20 ft. self contained Mo- and Hines custom ex-
tor Home. Great for haust, $8,500 OBO 334-
camping, hunting, fish- 695-9269, 334-695-9265
-2541 Honda'07 750, white,
Airstream '93 34' diesel 3,128K mi. Helmet,
64K mi. Excellent cond. saddle bag, windshield.
$25,000. 334-792-1079. $6,250. 334-347-2325.
34' Allegro, 1990, 37,000 Kawasaki '05 KLX-110
miles. New tires/ex- $1,100, like new, excel-
haust/brakes. Excel lent cond. 334-445-4304
cond. $10,500 OBO. 334- or 334-791-8549.
565-3160/504-0223 Kawasaki '05 KLX300
28 ft. Allegro, well piped & jetted Like
maintained, new tires, new. $3,000. 334-791-
fully loaded, new paint, 8549.
indoor kept. $12,500.
Call 334-792-8018 or r 5ii
2007 19ft. Pilgrim Lite
Travel Trailer, like new,
asking $10,000, Call
2006 custom park mod-
months perfect for lake 1997 Four Winds Class
lot, hunting cabin or C, 31 ft, A/C, stove, mi-
mother in law suite on crowave fridge, sofa,
your lot, ready to move. dinette. 124,900. Call
$33,900. OBO (251)654- 334-791-1450.
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2005 Gulf Stream Cavi- Palma. 2 slides. 1'A
lar Pkmdl, 31'L, sleeps bath. Loaded Incl. car
6, excellent condition. dolley & all furnishings
Full stand up shower. (dishes, towels, etc.)
$7,500. 334-237-1039 $75K. 334-790-3480.
Kawasaki '06 ZX-10R,
Black, Motorcycle. 3200
miles, runs well, low
miles, Great cond.,
Kawasaki 750 ATV, like
new, bumper, specialty
package, Allo Wheels,
Call (334) 333-2988
Polaris 90cc '06, green
Great cond. $1,650. Call
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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 Cobalt, AT,
AC, CD, 4DR. Talk about
getting good gas mile-
age, this is it! Sale.
Unique Automotive 334-
Chevy '07 HHR. Crimson
red. Excellent condi-
tion. Take over pay-
ments, daughter over
Chevy '07 Malibu, AT,
AC, 4 cylinder 23k
miles, 35 MPG Beauti-
ful! Sale Unique Auto-
Chevy'08 Malibu LTZ,
factory warranty, leath-
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many options to list,
sale, Must see to be-
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&frame, 350 engine, AT
Trans., extras! Must see
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Chevy '02 Sllverado LS.
extended cab, 2500HD
73K mi. leather, loaded
camper 5th wheel tow
attach, wiring harness,
elec. brake controller,
ext. tow mirrors., bed
rail & caps, tailgate pro-
tector, running boards,
tool box, bed mat,
Chevy '95 Sllverado
1500, 5-spd, 305 V8,16-
19 mpg, cold A/C great
shape, Reg Cab, $3000
OBO. 850-482-6066 or
Chevy '07 Silverado, 3%/
ton, nicely equipped
very low miles. $23,900
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Chevy '68 Camero. race Jeep '01 Grand Chero- Nissan '74 Datsun 260Z, .
car,468 engine, runs kee, Mint Cond. new Neat, will start, needs
6.50 1/8, beautiful car tires, cold air,$5000, restored. $950, 334-714-
$12,500. 334,687-9788 or 334-685-3832 4241.
334-695-4499 Jeep '05 Grand Chero- Oldsmobile '00 Intrigue, -
Chevy '90 Corvette, kee. 58 000 miles. All 110k miles, runs great,
Convertible. Good con- Hwy miles. Must Sell must sacrifice. $4300
edition. $7,500 FIRM. $15,999. OBO Please 334-648-3161 .
334-793-6997 call 360-460-8208 Oldsmobile '78. Needs Ford '68 F100 step side,
Chevy '91 Caprice, 4-dr. Kla '00 Sophia, Excel- minor tune up and great shape, new motor
new paint, Burgundy In lent Condition $2000 clean up. Ca1334-347- 18K mi. black, MSTA
& out Good cond. 96K OBO 850-718-7220 5384 or 334-447-3237 $6,000 obo. 334-671-
334-793-7989. Kia'01 Rio, 90k miles Plymouth '68 Fury II. 3772.
new tires, new timing Runs, but needs work.
belt, new axels, new Make offer. 334-447-
truck struts. $4,250 9152.
210-685-3380 Pontaic '84 Trans-Am
ram air, hard top con-
vertible, 2 seater. Very
rare car $6,500 334-792-
., **S. I p- 4100 or 334-618-9101. .'H.
~~aa.'~~~ ** a aPontiac '00 Grand Prix. Reduced-Sacrifice
4 aR GT.AT, devery Reduced-Sacrifice
Chevy '93 Corvette con- 4Doption). AT,04k mACevery Chevrolet '57 Bel-Air, 4
vertible 40th Anniv. Edi- Immaculate cond. door, new eng. & paint,
tion, ruby red, new tires $5,800. 334-677-7748, 75% refurbished. Many
and battery recent tune $,00.r4. 4, extras Taking bids
up $16,500,850-332- LEXUS '02 LX470, Pearl 334-803-3058. starting at $12,000. Call
0065 or thuddriver White, SUV. Auto. 8- cyl. Pontiac'01Bonneville, (334)793-5534
ED, Great cond. $24,985, white, 6-cyl., CD. 115k
334-798-5271. mi. Very clean, good HEAv v TRocS/
__- .- Lexus '04 RX330 50K mi. 791-1604.cn$0 0. TRA LERS
'Wd sun-rf crystal white. 49' Refer, trailer, 2 side
18/24 MPG, $23,000.
Che-y '94 Camaro 334-702-1010 or 334- doors, roll upbackrt,
Blue, Sedan. 5- spd. 701-6501 door, quick start, used
6-cyl. 2 WD. Loaded, 71 -1 for cooling produce, ex-
Power brakes, Power Lexus '95'LS400, runs cellent condition, new
steering, CD, A/C, good, all options, needs motor w/old motor for
runs well, new tires, some work, $2500, Call2 parts. $6,000. Neg.. Call
T-Tops, very clean, (334) 792-4100 or 618- 334-522-3756
Great cond. $4000. 9101 DELIVERY TRUCK. Die-
334-618- 3414. Lincoln '91-Towncarnew sel w/ lift gate. Year:
CHEVY '94 Caprice brake system $800 850- Pontiac '01 Grand AM, 2000. Mileage apprx.
CHEVY94 Caprice 509-0373 Red, 4DR, AC, AT, C.D., 118,000. 334-794-7644,
w/LT1 posi rear end AM/FM. Real Clean! 334-797-2497, 334-797-
Station wagon. Auto Mazda 04' RX8, 62,000 $4,200. 334-792-7814 1730.
$1800.'Call 334-696- miles. Runs great. Borla
8019. Cat-back exhaust. Take Pontiac '06 GTO, 6.0, Freightliner 92' 60 se-
C y C i-d.- over pmts. $19k owed. 400HP 24,000 miles, ries, Fuller transmis-
Chevy '96 Caprice 4-dr, 850-557-6199 black in/out, one owner sion, Good for log truck
white, burgundy int. 1 $26,000, 850-352- or long haul. $9000.850-
owner, exc. cond. 130K Mazda '91 MX6, auto, 3752/850-557-6666 638-7290/850-527-2229.
mi. PRICE REDUCED, fully loaded, 167k miles, .
$3,900. 334-886-3061. $2400, Must see! 334- Pontiac '07 G6, 4 cyl., GMC '06 18ft box truck,
Chevy '99' Camer28 648-3171 silver, 4 door, 14K mi., diesel, auto transmis-
Chevy '99'Camero 228- w/ cruise, $13,900, sion 27k miles. $23,500,
w/t-tops. 90k miles Mercedes '05 SL 500, (334) 445-6302, Call 334-673-4852
$5500 334-632-1100 silver/ash, loaded (334)733-0579
$47,500 334-685-1070 Volvo '97 dump truck
SERIOUS INQUIRES PONTIAC- '97 Grand W-64, tri-axle, 16' body.
ONLY!! Am. Auto. 190,000, ext. side, R swing barn
S$2200.Call 3347967148. door. $21,900. Call 334-
Pontiac '98 Grand AM. 685-2772; 334-671-7632
-' Sedan. White, Auto. 4- u
cyl. 110k, great condi- PARTS ,
tion. Loaded, A/C, A/C, ACCESSORIES
AM/FM, runs well, very
cChrysler '04 Crossfire lean, $3,900. Call 334- Camper shell, one yr.
Chrysler '04 Crossfire. 718-6569. Ad F i F-150199
Grey, 6-spd. 6-cyl. 48K. -7 -69.old. Fits F-150 99
Loaded, CD, leather int. Race Car Dirt late mod- Black, Like new. $600.
Great cond. $17K. 334- Mercedes '89 560SL, el '05 CJ Rayburn & 28' Call 334-347-2717.
596-1810. burgundy, tan leather, inclosed hawler. Many Vestil, new 6'X30' pro-
Chrysler '04 Sebring 101K miles, both tops, extras. 334-355-0298. table ramp for sale or
Convertible, AT, AC, CD, beautifulinside & out,0 Saab '01.9.3 convertible long term lease. $9,500.
low miles, super clean needs nothing. $12900. 67k mi. $9,950. 334-726- 229-869-1008.
and on sale! Unique Call 334-684-2006 4730 or 334-792-4555.
Auto 334-347-6100 Mercedes'96 320 SL. LI PICK-UP
Chrysler '06 PT Cruiser, Low mileage. Call 334- TRUCKS
37,800k mi. exc. cond. 774-8731 or 797-5130.
Blue. $10K 850-272-6389 Mercedes '98 Benz E320 Chevrolet '04, 2500 LS
78K original mi. white, Crew Cab. 21,100 one
all service records. V8. Mobile oil only. All
$11,990.334-596-2077 power 6 disc CD. Like
new In every respect.
.n Saturn '07 Aura XR $15,500. Call 334-790-
9,800 mi., like new, 7018.
white, Ithr, sunroof, all Chevrolet '05 1500 LSi 1
options, MUST SEE TO owner Crew Cab, 66,500
BELIEVE $21150 mi wo tone paint, all
Dodge '06 Ram, Silver,
Auto. 6 cyl. 2WD. 23k,
Power steer, CD, A/C,
Like new. Cust exhaust
bed cover, rails, foot
rail $18k 334-790-4509.
DODGE '02 Ram Sport.
116,500, $8000. Cal
Ford '07 F250 Diesel,
Crew, Auto, 4WD.
14,000 mi. Chrome
100k mi. PD 52KS Like
new. $34,900. Call
Ford '01 F150 4DR XLT
V8 Triton, 76K, Tow
pkg. True workhorse
Corvette '06, 3LT 26K p 334-522-3564 power,$15,300 Ford '99 F-350. Enclosed
Miles, GPS, Glass Top, ..Call 334-792-2724 service tr0ck.*$8,000.
Orange $37,900/Offer 'rI O3K
(814) 397-7146 Cell Call 334-774-8731 or
Mercury '00 Grand Mar- 797-5130.
Squis. White with blue Ford '05 F150, FX4, ex-
interior, clean inside & tended cab, silver, 39k
out, 85K miles. Looks & miles, all power.
drives like new. Miche- $19,500.334-726-0435
[lin tires. $6,300. Serious 1 f $950 7603
inquires only. 334-714- IFord '04 F150 Fx4, Super
4510 or 334-79343334. Cab; 6-disc CD, 68K mi.,
45 or 334-7933334. $15,500, Call (334) 897-
Dodge '04 Stratus, 2dr. Mercury 03' Grand Mar- ." Chevrolet '02 S-10 0582
sxt. red, Auto. 4-cyl. quis GS, 1 owner, like Crew Cab, 4x4 Fleet .
65000, great condition, new inside/out, only side, ZR5 Ford '05,F-250. 50k
Power steering, CD, 28k miles, $9,500.850- Appearance pkg. Exc. miles. Asking $10,500.
runs well, very clean, 482-8416 Suzuki '06 Forenza Se- Condition, fully loaded, Call 941-268-1128.
take over payments. dan Blue, Auto. 4-cyl. 2 extended warranty
Call 334-618-0587. Mercury'76Marquis, WD. 24,000 miles, 69,000 miles.-
less than 45K original 24/36 MPG, Power Original owner, $15,000.
miles, Iowner, $3500, brakes, Power steering, 334-726-3136
serious mq. only, 334- CD, A/C, AM/FM, ste- 334-693-0093.
691-7332 o 685-2269 reo, runs well, sunroof, Chevrolet '03 Silverado
Mercury '95 Grand Mar- very. clean, Great cond. LSbl Io r
.qus, runs good, excel- $12,000, 334-699- LS, black, 1 owner.
lent condition. $5,000. 7251/334-805-3113. Spotwside Body, 80K
Ne. ow e.Clml., well maintained,*.:
Neg.. Low miles. Call Toyta '02 4Runner, SU- $12,500, (334) 493-2481 Ford '02 F-150 74k
Dodge'91 Stealth. CD, 334-718-9617/671-0492 ver, 2WD, Power W/L Chevrolet 00 Siveesexceitcond
stereo, rebuilt en- MERCURY '98 Grand Leather, Tow pkg, roof Chevrolet 00 Sverado tionles, excesolid whit cond
gine, $1200. Call 334- Marquis. Sedan. Silver, rack. 105K, $10,80 1500 5.3L V8, Red, tion, 4DR, solid white,
00. Call 334- aqu edan. Silver, 1052 10,800 Loaded,CD/AM/M, fully loaded $15,000.
714-8928. Auto. 8-cyl. 2 WD. 850-526-2484A/C, runs well, Great Call. 334-983-1860
Ford '02 Fusion SE, AT, 145000 m, fair condi- Toyota'05 Camry, 4 cond. Extras 12000.00
AC, low miles, great on onPower brakes, door, tan, auto., sun- 'OBO, 334-355-1272.
Sharp! Sale Unique Power steering, A/C roof, cd changer, all
gas. Sharp! Salomotive 334-347ique AMFM runs well leath pwr., like new, 17300 Chevrolet'04 1500,4x4, BY
6100Automotive 334-347- er int. $4950 Call 334 m, $15,900, Call (334) regular cab long bed, O
6100 6932951. 389-3071 39K, $11,000. Please call
or, usg Mercury '99 Grand Mar- 334-726-0729 Ford '05 F-250 Lariat
4spd. 78000mi, In- Ing $5800 BO Call 334 toper 4500 mCe
FO C'05 Mustangckr, nMsubis5hi,000,c lips b Bur u I Omf orod White
dash CD stacker, 793-9758, 797-9755 Toyota'07 Sequbia, C Loaded, pow miler
Leather, warranty, Gray, 2 WD. 42k ml. brakes, power
$6,500 Neg., Ph: Mini Cooper *06 Con- Loaded, moon roof, 9. bera o' Lr
912-996-8109. vertible, auto, fully leather, DVD entmt D, A/Cow
$18,000.334esAking182lo dmiles,leather it.
Ford'02TaurusSE, all $180003345962692 Great cond. $26,900 veryclea, warrant
power, runs great. 334-726-4818;797-5083. ty, Like new.$31,500.
Clean.$4,200. 080. Call t n 7 Classifieds Call 850-527-1516.
(334) 726-1215 5 W IN 'V:l See what it's all Chevrolet '97 Z71. IU -- I
FORD. '05 Mustang Con- Mitsubishi '06' Eclipse about Burgundy, automatic Ford '99 F150 Lariat
FordtsubiMustag 'all CP8 cyl. 4WD, 66,000 mi, 4WD 180k miles $6500,
vertible, leather, V-6, GT, Red, 6-spd.46550, -, Toyota'88Tercell, Loaded stereo New 4WD 180k mies $6500
loaded, 18K miles, new tires, very clean, FREE: YOU MOVE 850- tires., reatcond. 334-714-1431
$16,000 334-355-0881 mfg warr, Viper alarm, 482-S880/850-303-9727 $9,400. 334-695-0361. Ford '00 F-150 Lariat
Ford 05 Mustang, V-6 g t e xc cond: 15000, with brush.guard. 103k
premium edition, Fully mi. $71900. Call 334-693-
loaded, gre t gas saver. 5454, leave message.
Reduced to $14,000.
334-692-5577 memToyota '94 Celica, Red S
fair condition, 220,000
36miles. Asking $1850. No
A/C, but everything
else runs great. Ser.
Inq. only, 334-803-3757.
Mitsubish 6Lancer Volkswagen 05' Torgua- Chevrolet '98 Z71 P/U
Mitsubishi'06 Lancer 02 reg, Gray w/saddle inte Fleetside Ext. cab, 3 Ford'03 F-150 Lariat,
Ford '06 Mustang GT, Rally A/C Power rior, 40k miles, top of Dr 98K mi., Very Clean, 4x4, Leather, Supernew,
light blue, black leather Windows & Door locks, the line, sun roof, V8 asking $9995 OBO. 334- 4 doors, off road pack-
t. premium sound, CD Player, $ 11,750. optiondual climate air, 790-2364, 334-793-1005 age Loaded! $15,600.
loaded, 5 s., exc. cond. Financing Available- heated seats, automat- Call 334-797-7178.
20,700 mi, $17,895 WAC.' ic w/manual shift op- Ford 79' F100, runs
23 MPG hwy re gas. Call John 334-797-0420 tion, steering wheel BY
call 334-588-340i0 or Jason 334-714-1601 controls, side curtain good $1200 OBO call
air---------- ags,window BO 850-209-2614
Ford '06 Taurus, AT, AC, shades for back seats, ChevroteF Z71e
CD, V6. door, Super and rear air. $23,800 4X4 Crew, Silver,
clean, sale! Unique Au- 334-701-8555/334-685- 34K mi., Bose PSR, I''.
Stomotive 334-347-6100 6233 DVD very clean war-
F__rdG & '07 Focayer22kdiranty,$19,500 Call
Ford '607 Focus, 22k mi, t ,Volvo 04' V70, 2.5 turbo r334-299-3331.
towagon, 73k iles, Auto3_ _g33 -_-73 34l Auto
options, like new, w/manual shift option
34mpg. Asking $12,800. dual air climate control Chev. '95 Silverado
Call John at 334-477- memory seats, C/ca Z71 STD cab SW,
3068 Mitsubishi '07 Eplipse ssett player, pold w/tan 3000 850-718-6789 Ford
neGT, V6, Loaded, Ithr, leather,remaming 100k Ford 0 F150 oSuper Cab
Ford '64 Thunderbird, 6disk cd htd seats fin. warranty $10,900, 334- CD Player $9,500.
82K ml 1 owner $4000. avail. $17900. John 334- 701-8555/334-685- 6233 t FinancinD Available-
Will trade. Call 334-632- 797-0420 or Jason 714- 1C
8024 1601 420 oTrQJrson-71l Johna gAv'a334-'797-0420
Ford '85 Crown Victoria CH AUTbS E or Jason 334-714-1600
LTD 4-dr. V-8 auto, 92K4-l Fa ord'02 Fso Super-7 1
mi. new paint & vin.top. A.,.? Fordoor24X4, S oad-
$1,495. 334-687-1363. crew 4 door 4X4, load-
Ford 95'MustangCo-r04Ava e ed, lots of optionsmany
ordt5e s$2500 8n i Chevy 04' Avalanche travel to choose from.
7-nvertab02e $2500 850 0 __Z71, Excellent condi- Sale! Unique Automo-
726-0256 Mtsubh~hn '92 1000 Gd tion., Fully loaded. 78K. tive. 334-347-6100
VR-4. Red. .'pd 6*i L. $'17,000. Call 334-677- Ford '06 F250, X-cab,
P8, PS, A,'C AM. FM short bed power pack
stereo leather interior. Cadillac '68 Deville, trailer tow, command
Runs well, very clean, Red, Convertible. $8500 FXe backru, all power,
Great Shape. $10,500, 334-774-9243. 24k miles, mint con-
334-794-7026. Cadillac '73 Eldorado, dtion Sale!! Unique Au-
Mitsubishi '95 Eclipse Restored, mint condi- jtomotive 334-347-6100
Ford '96 Thunderbird, GSX turbo, 4-cyl. auto. tion, garage kept 96K
White V6 $2400 334- leather int. new tires, miles, $9,000,229-334-
793-9020 or 334-794- real fast 70K ml. 8719
671A $31fl12.80 .34982044..)AI
Ford '98 Mustang Co-
bra, convertible, 5 spd,
Ford '99 Taurus, black,
gray interior, AC. $2800
,Nissan'03 350Z Touring
pack. 61K mi. new tires
& brakes elec. blue
$16,900 OBO 334-397-
0381 or 334-695-0381.
Nissan '05 Maxima SL,
fully loaded, exc. cond.,
I owner, $17 800 pay
off. Call (334) 714-1671
Honda '05 Civic EX Spe- i' *
cial Edition, Fiji Pearl -
Blue, 5 spd. 36500 mi.,
$13,500, 919 844 2586. Nissan '05 Maxima SL.
White. Fully loaded.
Honda '97 CRV. Auto. Leather, Exc. cond.
4 WD. great condition. Great gas, new tires,
$5600. Call 334-355-0992 CIn Carfax, 56K $17,500
Jaguar '02 X-type V6,-- 334-778164- -
sunroof, leather, low Nissan '08 Altima 2.5 S,
miles, good on gas! 15k miles, extended
Weekly special, Unique warranty 1 owner, like
Automotive 334-347- new condition. $17,900
flapK.",'.,. '. s*M l
Chevy '57 Belair 2 door,
Red, New interior Exc.
Cond, must sell. Crager
Rims, Al. Car. Was $20K
NOW $17k 334-793-1902
FORD '55 F-100. Pickup.
Yellow, Auto. 8-cyl.
2WD. Fair condition.
Power brakes, power
steering, runs well, low
miles, $6,000. OBO.Re-
storation in progress o-
ver 60% restored. Call
Pontiac '73 Grandville.
great cond. $1300. Call
Chevy '05 Colorado,
Crewcab, 36K, exc..
cond. a/c, auto,
cover, running boards,
spray in liner. New tires
Chevy '95' ext cab, 4X4
loaded, lots of chrome,
Chevy '05 Silverado
Crew Cab Truck. Load-
ed with extras $18,000.
Chevy '04 Silverado LS,
Ext. cab. Clean, loaded.
Asking $9,000. Call 334-
Chevy '07 Silverado LT
Crew Cab, exc. cond.,
Bed cover, 26K mi.,
$19,000, (334) 237-1039
Chevy '87 Silverado
Pick-up. Auto. 4WD.
White/Red. Great con-
dition. A/C, $6,500.
Ford '07 F-150 4x4
Leather. Fully load-
ed. Perfect Condi-
tion. $31,500 obo.
(334) 488-3364 View
Pics @ www. My-
Ford '97 F150 XLT Super
Cab, Triton V-8, dia-
mond plate tool box,
bed liner, bed extender,
exc. cond., $6900, 334-
714-4210 or 677-6007
FORD 06' F250 XLT,
4WD, Diesel, White, 68K
miles. $23,000. OBO.
Ford '03 F150XL
Black, 5-spd manual
Xmsn, 4.2L V6, 21
mpg hwy., 2 WD,
47,000 miles, power Toyota '02 Tacoma SRS,
brakes, power Ext. Cab. Must be refin-
steering, cruise, anced loan balance
CD, A/C, AM/FM, $12,000. 86k ml., exc.
stereo, new ARE cond. Call 334-475-1785.
topper, towing pkg.
Great cond. $8,925 SPORT UTILITI
OBO, 334-692 3375.
Vord '95 F5 XLT 302 Buick'07 Rainier, By
V8 auto. trans., short 07nrainWe,6By
wheel base, $2800 Call owner, 2WD, 6 cyl., Sli-
D- 334-405-9106, N- 334- ver Leather, Power,
797-2264 18,000 mi. $22,500 neg.,
Ford '03 F-150 XL V6, 5
spd., 35 k mi., tinted
windows, bug shield, BY
window shields run- O ll Ler
ning boards, splash C .
guards, bed liner and
dash mat. $9,000.334- .sue
477-3858 or 598-0516
IN THECLASSIFIEDS Buick 04 Rainier
Ford '96 F150 4x4 5.0 CXL SUV. Gold
V8, Needs body work Auto. 6-cyl. 2 WD.
but runs good.,$1200 50800. Excellent
OBO 850-573-6098 condition. Loaded,
Ford '99 Lariat F250, Su- Power steering, CD,
per Duty, Big Truck A/C, AM/FM,
4x4, ext. cab, V-10,38" stereo, runs well,
tires, 8" lift, 105k mi, low miles, new tires,
exc. cond. $14,900.334- sunroof, leather inte-
889-0043/740-497-3152. rior. Very clean, war-
Ford '02 Ranger Edge, ranty,13,000. Call
A/C, AT, Great Cond 334-3-.IU
$6000 334-899-7214 uck'7 Ranier, 1 one
Ford '07 150 prcR er, one
colord '03 Rangther 8KXLT, 4 owner, leather, BOSE,
drmiles. Fully loadeduto. BeCD, On-Star, 18k miles, gar-
cov84Kmer. $29,8300, Call 334-798-factory warranty. 334-
Ford '98 Explorer XLT.
Fully loaded. Rear air,
CD changer. V6. Excel-
lent shape. $3995. Call
GMC '00 YUKON 105K
miles; loaded SLT leath-
er, On-Star, sunroof,
DVD Player, warranty,
Cadillac '03 Escalade
ESV, 1 owner, 92 K mi., l i S
8,000 mi. warranty re-
CHEV '04 Avalanche Z71 GMC '01 Yukon SLT,
loaded $18,000 call 334- Leather, Third row,
695-2739 I Tow Package, Good
h tires, $10,200.714-9510.
Chevrolet '99 SIOBiaz-
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
Toyota '99 Tacoma 4X4
single cab 4 cyl. auto,
31/1050 all terrian tires.
120k, $9,000 OBO. 334-
Ford '99 Expedition,
Eddie Bauer. Rear air,
3rd seat. 5.4 V-8. Lthr.
Exc. cond. CD changer.
Hummer '07 H3,
$26,100, Red, 9200
miles, Red/ Black
Leather Seats, Chrome
Brush Guard, Larger
Tires than Stock, 4x4,
BRONZE, Auto. 6-cyl., 2
WD. 77,000, Loaded,
new tires, Greattond.,
Jeep '01 Cherokee,4x4,
cold AC & CD player,
runs great, new paint,
$5500 OBO, Call (334)
Jeep '01 Cherokee, 4x4,
cold AC & CD player,
runs great, new paint, .
$5500 OBO, Call (334)
Jeep '05 Grand Chero-
kee, automatic, A/C,
CD, extra clean,
Jeep '94 Grand Chero-
kee, Automatic, AC, CD,
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-
Jeep '00 Grand Chero-
kee, looks good, runs
excellent, new tires.
$5500 OBO 334-701-
Jeep '05 Rubicon,
$18,500, V6, auto., AC,
46K mi., new BFGoo-
drich All Terrain tires,
Jeep '91 Wrangler, 4 cyl.
good shape, new top,
Rhino bed line sprayed
inside, $6500, Call (334)
Jeep '06 Wrangler, 4.0L
6spd, AC, PS, soundbar,'
special wheels & tires,
lots of options. 5k miles
Ford '85TowTruck er, Good AC New trans.
custom-buit 1ton. with warr., New tires,
loaded. Greatcondi- I clean. Runs great!!!!!
tion. $8,500,334-791-I REDUCED!!! $3,200.334-
8695 or 334-794-2426 596-5032
Chevrolet '02 Tahoe LT
Ford '04 XLT Super Cab, White, Auto. 8-cyl.
towing pkg., bed liner, 2WD. 91,000, Loaded,
tool box, 53K miles, Great cond. $12,000
$15,000, Call (334) 794- O.B.O. (334) 726-0193.
Ford '07 XLT 250
Supercab 4x4 Diesel.
Maroon and grey. 6,000
mi. Gooseneck ball In
condition. $28,000. Call
Ford '06 XLT 150 tow .
package, 17k miles, Chevrolet '01 Tahoe LT.
burgundy, loaded. 4x4, leather. 1 owner.
$17,000. 334-691-5336 85k mi. Sunroof, 3rd
seat. Exc. cond.
Z71, black, new 350 en-
. gine, factory warranty
35 inch tires, with 20
Inch rims, leather, load-
ed $6000 OBO. MUST
C0 0 500DieCel. -*
Allison crui I. lt,
air 114. w western
Hauler Bed w/ Rhino.
Gooseneck 30K 5th
Wheel, 30K mi.; no
trades, $45K, Call
GMC '07 2500 Duramax. CHEVROLET'07 TAHOE
Crew-cab, 8 ft bed. ,Z71, 4WD, 13,000 ML!, 2
Loaded! $30,000. Call DVD'S, NAV., BACK UP
334-714-0210. CAME-RA, LEATHER, 3
SEATS, PD051K, SELL
GMC '07 Duramax die- FOR $36,900 FIRM, Call
sel 25,000 miles $38,500 334-684-6291
2767.. Chevrolet'02 Trallblaz-,
er LT, loaded, 4WD, 90K
GMC '91 Jimmy 4x4, 6.2 miles, blue, great cond.,
Diesel 4-n lift. alumi- $9,900, (334) 372-4822
num wheels 12x36 Radi- or (334) 372-2415
al Swampers PS, PB,
AC, Auto, AM/FM CD
$5500 obo. 850-762-9333 -
GMC '02 Sierra Et. Cab,
with tool box, 80K ml.,
great shape, $9500, Call
GMC '00 Sierra SLE
Extended Cab. Gray. All -
powq Excellent Chevy '01 Blazer, White --
condition. 138k mi. AT 6-cyl 4WD, 130k, PB
$8000. 334-791-3081; PS, CD, A/C, AM/FM,
GMC '06 Sierra Z71, sunroof, $6,500. Call
loaded, 28k mi., ext cab; 334, 793-0677.
still under warranty. Chew 200 Blazer 4x4
$21,500.334-347-7353 or LX, 99k mi., 4dr., auto,
464-2659 fully, loaded, all pwr,
Infinity '04 FX 45, 38,000 white, new tires, very
miles, fully loaded clean. $5,900 OBO. 334-
navigation, rear view 598-9068 or 477-3325
camera, grayish, exc. Chevy '05 Equinox,
cond., $31K, 718-6640 want an SUV that burns
Nissan 04' Frontier XE gas'li!e a small car?
truck silver, bedliner, This is it and on Sale!
cd, 5 spd manual, 4-cyl, Unique Automotive 334-
pwr pkg, lots of extras, 347-6100
46K mi $9,900; 850-594-
4921 lv meg
Nissan '04 Titan Crew
Cab, Black, Pick-up. Au-
to., 8-cyl. 4 WD. 47,000,
Loaded, Like new. Ask-
ing payoff, Call 334-333-
Idoor.Black, Auto. 8- 116k mi., sun roof, Ithr.
Icyl. 4 WD.6-disc in- 3rd seat, heated seats,
dash changer. 31k TV ALLpower, new
miles, excellent con- tires, fact. wrrnty.
dition. $24000 / obo. $12,500 OBO. 678-350-
Call 229-942-5532. 8442.
SChevy '06 Tahoe LT
Nissan '07 Titan 5.6 LE Loaded, 40K mi. White
with king cab. 1 owner. w/tan. New tires. 2nd
Leather. Loaded, 13,500 'owner, Excellent cond.,
miles. $24,000. 334-794- $24,000,334-899-5903
8295. before 10am or Iv.
mess. 334-648-0780. Chevy '00 Tahoe, LT,
4x4, black w/tan leath-
Toyota '97' Tacoma er. 145K, winch & brush
200k miles, AC, CD, 5 guard. $8,900 OBO 793-
speed, good condition, 9130 or 205-907-0861
bedliner & tool box 334-
I Chevy'05 Tahoe,
trs tsae 12 White, leather, CD,
S3rd Row, on-star/
SXM, 2WD, 40,500
i miles, very clean,
m I $18,500, Call 334-899-
Toyota'00 Tacoma Pre- 17099.t u
runner ext. cab, brush
cuard, tool box, new all Chevy '08 Trailblazer,
tires, great shape. 121K AT, AC, V6, low miles,
mi. 334-671-3635. factory warranty. NICE!
Toyota '01 Tacoma Pre- Special! Unique Auto-
Runner, single cab, 20" motive 334-347-6100
chrome wheels & side Chevy '03 Trailblazer
boards, K&N airclean- LT, seats 8, exc. condi-
er, 4 cyl., 2wd, auto, tion. 14,000 actual mi.,
snugbed cover, dual ex- orig. price- $36,000,
haust, CD, super sharp, asking $15,900 334-333-
Ford '03 Eddie Bauer Ex-
plorer, V-8,leather, sun-
roof, blue & tan. 89k mi,
towing pkg. Reduced
Ford '98 Expedition Ed-
die Bauer 128K mi. 3rd
seat, $4,300. 632-1100.
* .SV.ir's-E -
Nissan '07 Armada,
Black/tan, oil changes
& warranty, $26,500,
Call Jeff 334-701-8303 or
Nissan '04 Pathfinder,
67K miles, 2WD,
$13,750, Excel. Cond.,
Needs Nothing, Call
Nissan '02 Pathfinder
SE. Loaded w/options
Excellent cond. $12,000.
Nissan '06' Xterra S,
black, V6, auto 33k
miles $16,500 334-300-
8102 leave message.
Saturn '07 Vue HYBRID,
35MPG, 19k ml, white,
beige leather, loaded,
$19,900 OBO 334-723-
3037 or 334-449-2832
Sequoia 04", 76,500
miles, leather, sunroof,
dvd, third row. $21,000.
Toyota '03 Highlander 4
cylinder, 79k miles,
$12,500, lists for 16k
Chevy '95 Silverado Z71
STD cab, SWB, $3000,
Chevy 04' Tahoe Z71,
leather, 83k miles,
steering wheel con-
trols, 3rd row seating
w/center bucket seats,
6disc cd changer in
dash, power seats, rear
DODGE '98 Dakota.
red, 5-spd. 8-cyL 2 WD.
182,000 mi, fair condi-
tion. Power brakes,
Power steering, CD,
AM/FM, runs well,
leather int. $5250.00.
Dodge 05' 3500 Quad
Cab Dually. Cummins
Turbo Diesel, 69k miles,
CD, Cruise, $20,500.
Drive Havana Flori- In accordance with the
ceived by 5 o'clock commodatlon to par-
.m. on August 15 ticipate in this meeting
08 should contact the
Planning Secretary at
No further public no- Jackson County Com-
tice will be provided munity Development no
regarding this (these) later than 5 days prior
app I ication(s)) to the meeting. The
Publication of this Planning Secretary may
notice constitutes be contacted at 4487
constructive notice of Lafayette Street, Mari-
this permit applica- anna, FL, 32448, (850)
tion to all substan- 482-9637, or (800) 955-
tially affected per- 8771 (TDD).
GIVE US A RING.,
aall today to place
,your item in the
SPORT UTILITY SPORT UTILITY
VEHICLE VEHICLE [
Ford '98 Expedition, 4.6 sons. A copy of the
eng., I family, never staff reports) must
been wrecked, $6200 be requested in or-
OBO Must see to ap- der to remain ad-
prec ate. (334) 687-0058 vised of further pro-
Toyota'07RAV4 ceedin s and any
Sport with XMRadio, ublic hearing date.
Silver, SUV. Loaded. ubstantialIy af-
Auto.4-cyl.2WD. fected persons are
18K low miles, sun- entitled o request an
rooi, very clean, administrative hear-
warranty, Likenew. ing regarding the
$21,500. (lists for proposed agency
22,400), Call 334-585- action by submitting
2604 or 334-435-2116. a written request ac-
Ford '03 Expedition XLT, rdngto the rovi-
white, Ithr interior, 3rd sions of 28-601.201,
row seat, 74K mi, Clean tive Code. Notices of
Car Fax/Titie Price be-h ProposeCd.Agency OAc
low book value. $9,500. Purpose i encyilAc
OBO, Call 334-380-4103 tion will be mailed
only to persons who
Ford'07 Explorer Eddie have filed such
Bauer, V6, 3rd row seat requests.
asking $20,975 obo, Call LF14202
34-797-4576 IN THE CIRCUIT
Ford '02 Explorer, Excel- Toyota '04, 4-Runner COURT OF THE 14TH
ontrond' n. r SR5 Silver. Excellent JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
lent Condition. $5695. condition. 67K miles. AND FOR JACKSON,
334-793-1928.- Electric, leather, Spoil- COUNTY,
Ford '04 Explorer V-8 er, Warranty $18,500 FLORIDA
34K ml. New tires, tow obo. 334-791-9595.
hitch Grey with black Toyota '01 Sequoia, CASE NO. 08-5O-CA
bottom, interior grey. limited edition, tan CHASE HOME F I -
Many extras. $15,500. leather interior, sun- NANCE LLC successor F-
roof, 109k miles $11,000 by merger to CHASE
B M 334-790-2539. MANHATTAN MORT-
I GAGE CORPORATION,
.- V Plaintiff,
Chevy '88 Cargo Van vs.
1fltnE mi Eccon new
Jeep '00 Wrangler, yel-
low, 5-spd. 6-cyl. 4 WD.
45,000 miles, Power
brakes, Power steer-
ing CD, A/C, AM/FM,
runs well, low miles,
Fair condition 10,000, 6"
lift, procomp 35's 334-
Land-Rover '99 Range
Rover HSE 4.6, fully
loaded, 95K mi., $8,900,
Call (334) 797-0768-
tires, $2,500.334-774 JOHN WHITE, JR.,
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to the
SFinal Judgment en-
tered in this case now
pending in said Court,
a the style of which is
Dodge'01 Grand Cara- indicated above.
von ES, red, Van. Auto.
6-cyl.2 WD. 120,000 I will sell to the high-
miles, Loaded, Power est and best bidder
brakes, Power steering, for cash at the North
CD, A/C, AM/FM, ste- Door of the. Jackson
reo, runs well, leather County Courthouse,
int. very clean, $6,200, 4445 Lafayette Street,
Ca 334-347-0496. Marlanna, FL 32446,
Ford '00 Conversion, on the 28th day of Au0
top quality by Mark'lll gust,2008, at 11:00
ike new, lather,fuy' AM, the following de-
oaded,must see $9950 scribed property as
00 334-687-3171 set forth in said Order
Commence at a con-
marking the Noerth-
west corner of the
SE'6 of NE'/. of Sec-
tion 10, Township 6
Ndrth, Range 13 West.
Ford '86 E-150 8 pas- Jackson County, Flori-
senger club.wagon, da and thence run
White, Auto. 8-cyl. S0118'28"E for 428.95
Power brakes, Power feet to an iron pipe,
steering, A/C, rebuilt th e n c e r u n
engine, runs well, Fair 63 57'36"E (bearing
cond. $3,500orobo base) for 519.54 feet
Call 334-699-5601. for a point of begin-
GMC '98 Safari Van, ning, from said point
ass V6 AT, AC, Rear of beginning, contin-
Air, Very clean, Exe- e S63'57'36"E 210.00
cond.. 8Kmi.$3500 feet to an iron pipe of
334-677-7748/803-3058 the Northwesterly
boundary of the 100
Mazda'.04 MPV LX, foot right of way of
front&rearair, privacy State Road No. 77;
glass, one owner, 69k t h e n c e r u n
miles,$8600334-693- S28"18'50"W along
2055 said right of way
boundary 251.33 feet
Nissan'04Quest 'toan iron pipe,
White, 58kmi.Loaded, t h e n ce r u n
Warranty, DVD Ent. Sys- S46 18'12"W 84.0 feet
tem, HeatedSeats, to an iron pipe,
Auto Side Door and t h e n c e r u n
Rear Door.Great cond. N63"57'36"W 170.94
P sr N26 02'24"E 329.93
-feet to the point of
A/C1.518 acres, more or
less. Subject to an
easement for ingress
and egress over and
.. across the Southeast-
. .v cle..,.- early 18.0 feet- thereof
Pontiac '05 Montana of State Road No. 77.
SV6 Dark Bdle, Van.
Auto. 6-cyl 31,000, a/k/a: 5115 HIGHWAY
Loaded, Powerhbrakes, 77, GRACEVILLE,
Power steering, CD; FLORIDA 32440
A/C, AM/FM, stereo low
miles, newtires, leather ANY PERSON CLAIM-
int. very clean, Like ING AN INTEREST IN
new. $12,000,850-594- THE SURPLUS FROM
7758 or 850-209-0787. THE SALE, IF ANY,
AS OF THE DATE OF
THE LIS PENDENS
WITHIN 60 DAYS AFT-
ER THE SALE.
ORDERED at JACKSON
County, Florida, this
TOYOTA-'03SiennaVan 24TH day of July,
Silver 86K Great condi- 2008.
tion Loaded, Very
clean, DVDw/remote /s/ Dale Rabon Guth-
Asking $9,800 / neg rie
334-677-3634 As Clerk of the Court
--- By: 's, Beverly Hatch-
LF14199 NOTICE OF PUBLIC
APPUCATION FOR NOTICE IS HEREBY GIV-
WATER USE PERMIT EN BY THE JACKSON
Notice Is hereby given COUNTY BOARD OF
that pursuant to Chap- COUNTY COMMISSION-
ter 373, Florida Stat- ERS OF ITS INTENT TO
utes, the following ap- CONDUCT A PUBLIC
plication(s) for water HEARING FOR REVIEW
use permits) has AND TO RECOMMEND
(have) been received TRANSMITTAL OF A
by the Northwest. Flori- PROPOSED AMEND-
da Water Management MENT TO THE JACKSON
District: COUNTY COMPREHEN-
106973 A proposed Land Use
filed 07/18/2008. Change from AG2 to
City of Marianna, Sun- Commercial on a 10-
land Training Center, acre site located ap-
Post Office bok 936, proximately 2 miles
Marianna, FL 32447 west of the Sneads City
Re uesting a maximum Limits on the south side
withdrawal of 1,964,000 of Hwy 90 in unincorpo-
gallons per day from rated Jackson County,
he Floridan Aquifer Florida (Section 30,
System for Public Sup- Township 4N, Range
ply by an existing facili- 7W).
locations) in Jackson The public meeting will
County: T05N, R09W, be held In the County
Sec. 18C; T05N,' R10W, Commission Meeting
Sec. 18C Roomn of 'the Jackson
Interested persons may Building, 2864 Madison
object to or comment Street, Marianna, Flori-
upon the applications da on the 12th of Au-
or submit a written gust 2008 at 9:00a.m.
request for a copy of
the staff reports) Anyone desiring infor-
containing proposed mation may contact the
agency action re- Community Develop-
Rarding the applica- ment Department bet-
tion(s) by writing to ween 7:30 a.m. and 4:30
the Division of Re- p.m. Monday through
source Regulation of Friday at 4487 Lafayette
the Northwest Florida Street, Marianna, Flori-
Water Management da or contact by phone
District, attention at (850) 482-9637.
Trri Petersonn. 172
Lc ., L i s .-ritten b, Media General Nevws Service and produced by Media General Svndication Services
By Jill Erwin
Denny Hamlin will make his 100th career
Sprint Cup start Sunday at Pocono Raceway,
the site of Hamlin's first two Cup victories,
both in his rookie season of 2006.
Hamlin spoke at Indianapolis Motor
Speedway about the upcoming milestone
and his impression of the first 99 races.
Q; Is it surreal to you that you're about to
be 100 races into your Cup career?
A: Well, it's pretty amazing. I didn't realize,
it until earlier-this week that next week
would be 100, but it's kind of fitting that it
does come at Pocono. I'm excited about it. I
don't know if any other driver has won on
his 100th start or not, so I'm going to try to
Q; What does that track mean to you, and
what makes it so special?
A. Well, I think what makes it so special to
me obviously was getting my first points win
there. It just seems like I have a little bit more,
fans there than I do any other track except
someplace like Richmond or Martinsville. I
don't know. The fans there are very intense,
so that makes it special to us.
Q What's your favorite memory of your
first 99 starts?
A: For me, it was probably only my eighth
start, and that was the Bud Shootout [which
doesn't count in the race total because it's a
non-points race]. To, me, that was just one
that was definitely unexpected for us. It
meant a lot. It's probably a toss-up between
that and Martinsville.
Q; Are there any races that haunt you?
Any that still stick in your head?
A, Richmond, without a doubt. The Crown
Royal, the race there earlier [this year]. We
were talking just the other day about how that
just doesn't happen that you lead that many
laps and don't win the race. If we can make up
for it by winning the [Chevy] Rock & Roll
race [in Richmond Sept. 6], then that will be
fine, We had a chance thereto sweep both
races, and that's just not going to be an oppor-
tunity that's going to come by too often.
Q; How have you grown as a driver in that
A. I think I've figured out how to be more
patient on the racetrack. I think it definitely
doesn't necessarily show right now, but I think
if we make the Chase it will show up, the
patience factor. I've learned what it's going to
take to win the championship after being suc-
cessful at it two years ago and not successful
last year. We realize, OK, you need to race this
way to make it. For me, if we can just make
that Chase, the experience will show up.
Q; This season, where you are in points,
is it good to see Pocono coming up on the
A: It is. We've got some really gopd tracks
coming up. We've probably been through
our stretch of our worst tracks here
in the last two months. I'm
excited about the future. It's
a little bit nerve-racking to
be in the position I'm in.
We were kind of in this
position two years ago
when- was a rookie, but
we had a little bit, more..,
cushion than we have
right now\. \\e'v'e got to
just get back to top-10i
finishes. That's what it's
going to take, iust top 10s.
There's a lot of short tracks in there. There's
Talladega, which we've performed really well
at, and we've set that car aside waiting on
that race. The good news is we've got good
tracks that lead up'to it in tracks like
Richmond that we're excited to go back to.
For me, it's just we're going to try not to let
the points override what we do on the
LapbyLap photo by Jim Mclsaac.Gerry Images
Denny Hamlin, driver of the No. 11 FedEx Ground Toyota, will
make his 100th career Sprint Cup start at Pocono Raceway
this Sunday. Hamlin earned his first two Cup victories at
Pocono in his rookie season of 2006. A
As a milestone race nears, Hamlin reflects on
winning and the virtue of patience
Track 2.5-mile tri-oval
Banking: 14 degrees, turn 1; 8 degrees,
turn 2, 6 degrees, turn 3; 2 degrees, straights
Race: NAPA Auto Parts 200 presented by
Dodge (Circuit Gilles Villeneuve, Montreal,
When: Aug.2, 3 p.m. EST
On the air: ESPN2
lWt Hs -Elliott Sadler. He led laps' Sunday
for only the fourth time all season. He has finished
12th or better in three of his past four starts.
WO'S NOW Travis Kvapil. He started the
season well, keeping the largely unsponsored
No. 28 in the top 20 in points. He's now 23rd
after four consecutive finishes of 31st or worse.
Good thing we packed
I 1 five Advil. I didn't get but
two of them in my mouth. The
rest are on the floorboard or somewhere."
Denny Hamlin to his crewafter a pit stop on
lap 101 of the Allstate 400 at The Brickyard.
NASCAR Notes Eco-friendly female driver sets her sights on thgreen' flag
Team owner Jack Roush got a
, second-place finish in Sunday's
Allstate 400,at the'Brickyard from
Carl Edwards, but he was not in a
Roush said that because his team
wasn't invited to the Goodyear tire
test at Indianapolis Motor
Speedway in April that involved
only three drivers, his engineers
and crew chiefs had no idea what
to expect this weekend.
"We only missed by an inch,"
he said. "This is a game of inches,
but Goodyear didn't give us a
chance to test here. We were one
charge behind all the time during
3Good.ear tires were wearing
out so quickly on the right side of
the cars Sunday that NASCAR
instituted "competition yellow"
flags every 10 to 12 laps. Asked
what NASCAR and Goodyear canr,
do to prevent such a situation
from occurring again, Roush said,
"You need to go talk to Chad
Knaus [winner Jimmie Johnson's
crew chief]. He said it wasn't
going to be a problem with this
tire. He and Goodyear have
something figured out that the
rest of us don't."
She describes her story as "a vegetarian.
hippie chick race-car driver's journey to be
Well, it's an interesting twist in this got-to-
have-a-gimmick sports world. So when it
comes to fighting NASCAR's image as a gas-
guzzler's delight, Mike Helton and Brian
France, the two at the top of the sport's
operations. might want
to consider Leilani
Munter, and what she
bills as her "Eco
Munter's handle: For
every race she runs,
she buys an acre of
rain forest, to offset ;
her "carbon footprint."
And while she can
smethanol withth the
best of them, she can Mike/Mulhem
also rattle off details of Mi Uy
algae-based bio-fuels Lapb yLp
and other alternatives
to America's addiction to high octane. And
the past few weeks, she has been up on
Capitol Hill politicking for Joe Lieberman's
Climate Security Act.
Munter, who just moved into an Energy Star
home in Cornelius, N.C., complete with rainwa-
ter storage, solar-water heatihig and composting,
is rather forceful about this eco-thing. Her trips
to D.C. to talk with politicians about global
warming, Al Gore's initiatives and Lieberman's
bill should catch someone's eyes in politically
savvy Daytona: Get her a decent NASCAR ride,
and an eco-aware sponsor or two and give her s
good base for that politicking, which could obvi
ously help NASCAR's image.
Munter was one of 41 young, promising
female racers here at Indianapolis Motor.
Speedway for Lyn St. James' annual women-
in-racing seminar/luncheon, a meet-and-gree
networking affair for a diverse group of driv-
ers handpicked by St. James, who has been
'Ford Motor Company's right-hand woman fo
years on that company's aggressive female
Helton and other top NASCAR executives wer
at the seminar, providing logistics and hefty
media support, and also accepting awards for
pioneer racers Sara Christian and Louise Smith
who were the first women racers in NASCAR
back in the late 1940s and early 1950s. '.
When she's not racing or sponsor hunting or
testing, Munter is a spokesman for the global-
warming initiatives of the National Wildlife
Federation She's very active in the eco move-
ment, with her own eco Web site, dedicated to
sustainable living, with clean bio-fuels.
Munter is certainly not your average run-of-
the-mill wannabe racer. "I tame'our of biology
- I started playing around with race cars whei
I was in college in San Diego, with the Allison
Legacy cars which is one reason I'm so
interested in ecology," she said.
While in Los Angeles stunt doubling, sire-
saved her money to go to racing schools in.
2001. Now she's trying to match the two
interests, along with a hotshot career as a
model, althoughshe prefers to downplay that
bit of glamour (although if men's magaiin'e'
FM wants the quarterpaniel-.of her race car
again, she's ready).
And she certainly knows how to promote her-
self: five magazine covers, plus features in Vbgue
** and Esquire, and FHIl .billing. her as "the hottest
t woman .in NASCAR.', Her racing career has been
fitful so far, from Late Models to Texas Motor
Speedway in 2004, and then Kentucky
r Speedvway in 2006, and Daytona ARCA testing
this past winter for a ride that didn't quite come
together, and then'some Indy testing.
re "You'll either see me in ARCA or Indy
Lights next year. My background is in stock
cars, but I've had a blast in the IndyCars,"
, she said.
She tested at Daytona in December and got
the OK to run in February's ARCA 200, only
_ to have financial backing fall through. She
then got a call from an IndyCar team to test.
" She got her Indy license last year and ran at
Kentucky Speedway in Indy Lights last
August, qualfylpg.fifthand.ruqning i4. the
top five uriti?'auglhtyp in'l.esi 0I'also
ran Indy t gtt at f6ago. '
Arhe moment, Mi jr is, ying to jumip-
n starter racing care : .'Witi'oil at outrageous
price, her timing may be just right.
And noivw t may be up to NASCAR execs to
help put the right deal'togethey for her..
.. . ..-
.,' A.- 'fike Mulhern has covered NASCAR for 35
years at the Winston-Salem Journal in North
Sprint Cup Nationwide Series
2. Dale Eamhardt Jr. 2751 2. Brad Keselowski 3043
4. Jimmie Johnson 2689 4. David Reutimann 2926
6. Jeff Gordon 2544 6. Mike Bliss 2838
8. Denny Hamlin 2453 8. Mike Wallace 2618
10. Tony Stewart 2399 10. Jason Keller 2534
12. Clint Bowyer 2362 12. Marcos Ambrose 2411
14. David Ragan 2306 14.Bobby Hamilton Jr. 2324
16. Ryan Newman 2218 16. Brad Coleman 2037
18. Kurt Busch 2081 18. Scott Wimmer 1963
20. Jamie McMurray 1973 20. Denny Hamlin 1695
Sunoco Red Cross
0 Where: Pocono Raceway (Lorg Pond, Pa.)
SWhen: Aug.3,1 p.m. EST
0 On their: ESPN
SDistance: 200 laps, 500 miles
0 Track qualifng record: Kasey Kahne,
172 533 mph, 2004
Track race record: Rusv Wallace, 144.892
2007 winner: Kurt Busch