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Title: Jackson County Floridan
Alternate Title: Sunday Floridan
Floridan
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Jackson County Floridan
Publisher: Chipola Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Marianna, Fla
Publication Date: October 16, 2008
Copyright Date: 2009
Frequency: daily (except saturday and monday)[<1979-1995>]
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Subject: Newspapers -- Marianna (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jackson County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States of America -- Florida -- Jackson -- Marianna
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
General Note: "Independent."
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Preceded by: Times-courier (Marianna, Fla. : 1947)
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Elderly sisters victimized by con men


BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
Two elderly sisters who live together in
Campbellton were victimized by a pair of
con men last week, and authorities are urg-
ing others to protect themselves from a
similar experience.
Mattie and Louise Thompson, both in
their 70s, encountered a stranger when
they answered a knock at their door on


Rambo Road around 10 a.m. on Oct. 10.
The man said he was with the U.S. gov-
ernment, and was there to help them with
their heating and cooling bills.
While he kept the sisters busy in anoth-
er part of the house, a second man entered
the home and stole their purses from their
bedrooms. 'He then slipped back outside.
In the theft, the sisters lost little money
but vital pieces of identification like their
Social Security and Medicare cards.


Soon after sending their guest on his
way, the sisters sensed something was
wrong and searched the house. They dis-
covered that their purses were missing as
the men pulled away in a small gray two-
door car with a spoiler on the back. The
women were unable get the tag number.
Both men are white, authorities said.
The one who came to the dbor had shoul-
der-length brown hair and the other had
gray hair. The one who came to the door


was wearing black pants, a black shirt and
a blue ball cap at the time.
Investigator Scott Edwards said others
should take care when a stranger comes
calling.
"Don't allow people in the house if you
don't know them and they don't offer
proper identification," Edwards said. "If
they're from the government, they're
See CON, Page 7A >


Graceville

Harvest

Festival

begins

Saturday
STAFF REPORT
The 28th annual Graceville
Harvest Day Festival is set to kick
off Saturday with a 10, a.m.
parade downtown.
The rest of the festival events
will be held at the Factory Stores
of America on Highway 77. All
events are free.
Country recording artist Shane
Owens will lead the entertain-
ment line-up with a 2-4 p.m. con-
cert. The Bryan Brothers, the
Basford Brothers, contemporary
Christian band Sovereignr Hill,
Graceville High School and
Middle School Show Choirs and
the Graceville High Marching
Tiger Band will also perform
throughout the day.
A car show, arts and crafts,
food booths, along with games,
rides and other activities for kids
will be highlights of the event.
The festival is sponsored by-the
City of Graceville and partially
funded by the Jackson County
Tourist Development Council.
For more information contact
John Turner at 263-3207.
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Every coin counts


From left, Robin Braswell and Gretchen Wilder of Burger King are presented a plaque by March of Dimes
chairman Art Kimbrough to recognize Burger King's fund raising efforts. Kate McCardell /Floridan

Area March of Dimes campaign

raises more than $40,000


BY KATE McCARDELL
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
Contributing to a worthy' cause isn't always
about % riling big checks, though that can certain-
ly help. Supporting the March of Dimes, for
example, can'be done with coninbutng time,
food and yes, just one dime at a time.


' At a March of Dimes award luncheon
Wednesday, Burger King marketing director
Gretchen Wilder recalled days when the March of
Dimes was just that the collection of dime cards.:
:-Wilder said her team's fundraising -success ii
proof that a little goes a long way.


See COIN, Page 7A ,


Bonifay man

arrested on

child porn

charges
ATTORNEY GENERAL NEWS RELEASE

A Holmes County man was
arrested Wednesday on multiple
charges of possession of child
pornography.
Daniel Michael Rowe, Jr. of
Bonifay was arrested by law
enforcement officers with the
Attorney General's CyberCrime
Unit and the Holmes County
Sheriff's Office.
Rowe, 51, admitted he know-
ingly possessed the images
reported to NCMEC and was
taken into custody at the scene,
according to authorities. Law
enforcement seized his computer
and other equipment to undergo
additional 'forensic analysis.
Rowe faces five counts of pos-
session of child pornography, a
third-degree felony punishable
by up to five years in prison per
count. He is currently being held
at the Holmes County Jail.
"Now that our. CyberCrime
Unit is operational throughout the
state, these cooperative efforts
will help immensely as we work
S See PORN, Page 7A >


4-H Egg-cellence
BY KATE McCARDELL i ,-.. 2 :;
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER


Not much else in this
world can get you fresh
eggs and a trophy like a
hen can.
That was a lesson to
be learned from the
young owners of blue
ribbon poultry at the
Jackson County Fair
Tuesday.
More then 30 'birds
were entered in the 4-H
poultry judging event at
the Jackson County Fair
this year.
Of them, "Red Riding
Hood," "Abby" and
"Catherine" took hbme
the /top ribbons; with
some help from their
owners of course..
S"They're just plain
good chickens," said
Jacob Hayes, loving
owner of Abby and
Catherine.


Jacob Hayes and Kaitlyn Renegar present their blue-ribbon poultry. Kate
McCardell /Floridan


Hayes, 9, of
Cottondale, cares for a
handful of -hens who
dwell in his back yard.


He said part of what the birds in a grass-floor
may contribute to his coop.
poultry's remarkable ;
health is that he keeps See 4-H, Page 7A >


Speed bumps, subdivisions and more handled at county meeting

Chipola Airpark subdivision plan expands Speed bumps requested for Lee Road County water extension enters Phase II


BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
Plans have been expanded for a proposed subdivision
which will have a grass runway for the property owners
to use.
The Chipola Airpark subdivision will lie partially in
Greenwood and partially on the outskirts in unincorpo-
rated Jackson County.
On Tuesday, developers were granted preliminary plat
modification that expands the original plan on the coun-
ty side. They will be allowed to build 17 instead of the
originally approved six lots on that portion. Each will
measure approximately three quarters of a acre.
The county's planning staff and the planning board
concurred on a recommendation to approve the change.
The subdivision, being developed by Suneva, Inc., is
See CHIPOLA, Page 7A >


BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
All but one of the 16 families living off Lee Road
south of Marianna have signed a petition asking the
county to install speed bumps on the short roadway.
The request was brought to Jackson County
Commissioners Tuesday by Jamie and Melody Smith.
Mrs. Smith said the only one in the neighborhood who
hasn't sign has be out of town.
According to the Smiths, they and the other 14 fami-
lies who signed fear that speeders are endangering the
children who bike and play in the neighborhood'.
, Jackson County Commissioners took no immediate
action on the request at their Tuesday meeting, but tabled
it for possible discussion at their next board session on
Oct. 28.
See SPEED, Page 7A >


BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
A contractor was selected Tuesday to complete Phase
II of a county water extension project that will serve a
handful of households with contaminated water wells.
In tests conducted more than a year ago, seven private
wells showed contamination in a neighborhood on the
east side of Marianna near the Panhandle Road-Pelt
Street intersection.
As a result, the Department of Environmental
Protected fitted the wells with filters as a temporary
measure. The agency also agreed.to allot'about $73,000
to expand the county's water system to that area, and the
work was scheduled to be done in two phases.
Blankenship Contractors did Phase I of the extension,
and on Tuesday Jackson County Commissioners select-
See COUNTY, Page 7A >


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MARIANNA POLICE
The Marianna Police
Department listed the fol-
lowing incidents for Oct.
14, the latest available
report: Three traffic acci-
dents, one reckless driver,
one suspicious vehicle, two
suspicious persons, one
burglary, two disturbances,
two burglar alarms, one lar-
ceny complaint, one van-
dalism complaint, one civil
dispute, one trespassing
complaint, one juvenile
complaint, two noise com-
plaints, five animal com-
plaints, one assist of a
motorist, three assists of
other agencies, two escorts,
one misdemeanor battery,
and six traffic stops.
JACKSON COUNTY
SHERIFF'S OFFICE
The Jackson County
Sheriff's Office listed the


WAKE-UP CALL


24 hours: 0.00" Year to date: 56.61'
Month to date: 2.17" Normal YTD 53.39'
Normal MTD: 2.90" Normal for ,ear: 5S 25'

TIDES
Panama City Low 9:45 AM High 11:30 PM
Apalachicola Low 12:15 PM High 8:30 PM
Port St. Joe Low 10:30 AM High 1:00 AM
Destin Low 11:45 AM High 11:45 PM
Pensacola Low 10:30 AM High 12:15 AM
RIVER READINGS Reading Flood Stage
Woodruff 40.62 ft. 66.0 ft.
Blountstown 2.25 ft. 15.0 ft.
Marianna 5.85 ft. 19.0 ft.
Caryville 2.43 ft. 12.0 ft.


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THE SUN AND MOON
Sunrise: : 6:43 AM
Sunset: '' 6:08 PM
Moonrise; 7:18 PM
Moonset: 8-:46 AM


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Community Calendar


October 16 --Thursday
The fifth annual Breast Cancer
Awareness Symposium at the Jackson
County Agriculture Center, 2741
Pennsylvania Ave., Marianna, starts with a
salad supper from 5:30 to 6 p.m., followed
by a program from 6 to 8 p.m. Learn the
latest on breast cancer diagnosis and treat-
ment. Seating limited; register by calling
718-2661 or 718-2842.
Alcoholics Anonymous meets each
Thursday for a "closed discussion," 8 to 9'
p.m., at the First United Methodist Church,
2901 Caledonia St., Marianna. Use rear
church entrance. Attendance is limited to
persons with a desire to stop drinking.
The Jackson .Cdunty School Board's
regularmeeting starts at'4 p.m., at the
JCSB office. No board workshop in
October due to fa[l break.
Lakisha Griffin of Big Bend AHEC
Tallahassee hosts diabetes classes cover-.
ing both prevention and control, Oct. 1.6,
23 and 30, at 10 a.m., in the Jackson
County Senior Citizens center, 2931
Optimist Dr., Marianna.
Southeastern Community Blood
Center's mobile unit will be accepting
blood donations at Wakulla Bank,
Blountstown. Call 526-4403.
. The regular meeting of the Jackson
County Library Board is at the Marianna
branch on Green Street Thursday, at 3 p.m.
,. The Chipola College Cosmetology pro-
gram's open house is from 8 a.m. to noon.
The public is invited for complimentary
hand massages, paraffin wpx treatments,
aroma therapy hand towels, refreshments
and door prizes. Call 718-2439.

October 17 Friday
Opportunity Florida offers Exporting
Workshops, to acquaint businesses, cities
and counties with opportunities offered in
the international market, Sept. 25 and Oct.
17, at the One Stop Career Center in
Marianna, from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. Location


,may change, depending on responses.
Workshops are free; reservations request-.
ed. Call Susan Estes at 718-0453.
Alcoholics Anonymous has' an open
meeting each Friday, 8 to 9 p.m., at the
First United Methodist Church, 2901
Caledonia St., Marianna. Use rear church
entrance. .
Southeastern Community Blood
Center's mobile unit will be accepting
blood donations at Altha High School from
8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Call 526-4403.
Sneads High School observes Breast
Cancer Awareness Month with "Pirates Go
Pinkfor a Cure" night at the varsity football
g.;ne vs. Vernon High School, at Citizens
Field in Sneads. Kickoff is at 7 p.m. Fans
'. wearing pink get reduced gate admission.,
-Pink balloons to be released at halftime
Available for purchase in memory or honor.
of someone touched by breast cancer.
There will also be a ,pink cake raffle.
Proceeds go to the American Cancer-
Society for breast cancer research..CaIll
Karen Hall or Rhianna.Dowling at 482
9004.

October 18- Saturday
The 28th annual Graceville Harvest Day
Festival is at the Factory Stores of America
grounds on Highway 77 in Graceville, with
entertainment, arts and crafts, food
:booths, activities for kids and a car show.
Shane Owens will headline, and The Bryan
Brothers, Graceville High School and
Middle School Show ,Choirs and the
Graceville High Marching Tiger Band will
perform. Call Dorothy Padgett, 263-3238
(booth space); Terry Allen, 263-4401 (car
show); or Teresa Bush, 263-4744 (parade).
The Graceville Harvest Day Parade begins
at 10 a.m., in downtown Graceville.
Pet-toberfest at. Citizens Lodge,
Marianna, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Kids and pets:
dress up for the Pet Parade, pet pictures'
with Santa, owner/pet lookalike contest,'
cutest pet photo contest, food booths,


demonstrations by area animal and health
O organizations. silent auction, antique
appraisals by Justin Peters of Wiregrass
Auction Depot (small antiques appraised
for a $10 fee). Dogs and cats available for
adoption. All proceeds benefit the Partners
for Pets, lhc., Phil Rotolo Memorial Animal
,Shelter. Call 693-0605 for information or to
.'Volunteer.
; *Goat Day 2008 is at Sam Atkins Park in
Blountstown. $5 per person; children
.under 1, free. Free children's activities:
SPony 'rides, train rides, inflatable jumping
activities, coin toss, greased pig race,
i' oon walk and more. Vendors with food
and handmade goods and crafts; artists
and craftsmen; and live music. Visit
www.blountstownrotary.com/goatday.htm.
Call '(850) 447-1975 or e-mail
Sphilliphill.clh@gmail.com.
Old Central School alumni will have a
school reunion at 10:30 a.m., on the Old
Central School grounds. Lunch. will be
between 11:30 a.m. and noon. Fish, hush
puppies and drinks provided; bring only a
lawn chairand a small side dish or dessert.
The Chipley Lions Club hosts a charity
golf tournament for sight conservation at
Sthe Dogwood Lakes Golf Club in Bonifay.
Registration and refreshments at 8 a.m.
Shotgun start at 9 a.m.;.four-person team;
S$50 per person: mu'lligans $5 each. Call
258-2166, 258-2949 or 326-1367.
*AmVels Post No. 231 in Fountain hosts
a TurkeySh'oo6t on Saturdays at 1 p.m. $2
a shot; proceeds benefit post's building
fund. Ca11(850) .722-0291.
*, The'Jackson County Farmers' Market
opens at 7:30 a.m., Saturdays only, Oct. 11
Nov. 22,;for'the fall marketing season.
Jackson County Health Department's
Car Seat Safety Checkup will be from 9 to
1,1 a.m., in the McDaniel W R'Grocery
Sparking lot;8166 Highway 90, in Sneads
* .- installation lessons, recall notification,
.'discounted 'seats for low income/assisted
families. Call 482-9988.


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


POLICE ROUNDUP


following incidents for West 8th Ave., Graceville,
Oct.14, the latest available possession of controlled
report: Three: abandoned substance (cannabis)-two
vehicles, three alarms, one counts.
child abuse complaint, Jasoif
one criminal mischief '- : Mitchell, 27,
complaint, two disorder- 'A, C=- 3908 St. Matthew
ly conduct complaints, pZ- Road, Caryville,
.two disturbances, oneCRI ME violation of state
drug investigation, one r probation.
escort, one road obstruc- Jay Nichols, 22, 5000
tion, one larceny complaint, W 18th St. (Lot 48),
one noise complaint, one Panama City, violation of
sex offense, three-suspi- state probation.
cious incidents, one theft of- Tabetha 'Harrell, 19,
property/services, one traf- 589 Anderson St., Chipley,
fic accident, nine traffic violation of conditional
stops, 'and four warrant release.
arrests.


JACKSON COUNTY
CORRECTIONAL FACILITY
The following persons
were booked into the coun-
ty jail during the latest
available reporting periods:
Andrea Young, 26, 877
T


JAIL POPULATION: 199
To report a crime, call
CrimeStoppers at 526-
5000.
To report a wildlife viola-
tion, call 1-888-404-FWCC
(3922).


www.JCFL6RIDAN.com


Getting it Rightl

These two itenrs clarify issues in a stoty that
appeared in the Floridan on Tuesday:
At the last Marianna City Commission meet-
ing, commissioners approved the designation
of an Evaluation and Assessment Report
(EAR) review committee, which will consist of
city municipal director Kay Dennis, commis-
sioner Paul Donofro Jr., Jackson County
Community Development Director Joan
Schairet, and Main Street Marianna Special
Project Coordinator Charlotte Brunner.
The commission also approved a natural gas
fee of $4, only for residences that-use natural
gas or have a natural gas meter.
The Jackson County Floridan strives to make
sure content in the newspaper is accurate and fac-
tual. When'the Flotidan 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.


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LOCAL


Jackson County Floridan Thursday, October 16, 2008 3A


Campbellton Senior Citizens hear

from local businesses, elect officers


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN

Campbellton Senior Citizens
held their monthly meeting
recently. Adeka Kuscmaul from
the Busy Bee Quilt Shop dis-
played samples of her quilts and
other items from the shop. Not
only does Kuscmaul teach quilt-
ing, but the shop has a room set
aside for small group to use for
meetings, bridal/baby showers
or other small gatherings.
Lee Hatch from East Coast
Ethanol did a slide presentation
of their plans to build an ethanol
plant in the Campbellton area.


He expects the plant to be opera-
tional in a couple of years. Of
particular interest to the farmers
was his encouragement for them
to plant the type of corn the plant
will be using.
New officers for the coming
year were elected as follows:
President, Teresa Carver; Vice
President, Aggie Curry;
Secretary/Treasurer, Judy Daniel
and Brenda Griffin; Hospitality,
Rev. .James and Persey
Robinson. New Campbellton
Senior Citizens Board of
Directors members are Tom
Whiddon, Lois Foy, Grenda


Cindy Manning shows off her quilt
done at the Busy Bee assisted by
Adeka Kuscmaul. Conibuted
photo

Griffin, Dorothy Britt, Ben
Graves and Quillian Carver.


Singers invited to join Chipola Chamber Chorus


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
The Chipola College
Chamber Chorus invites
all area singers to join with
the chorus in singing a
portion of their Fall
Concert on Mond4y, Nov.
24.
Rehearsals will be held
Monday evenings from


6:30 to 8:30 p.m., Nov. 3,
10, and 17. An extra
rehearsal may be sched-
uled for Saturday, Nov. 22,
at 9 a.m.
Literature will include
, some Thanksgiving
octavos, a Jewish folksong
about peace and Christmas
Cantata by Daniel
Pinkham.


The Chamber Chorus is
under the direction of
Lenore Hample and
accompanied by Dr.
Joshua Martin.
According to Joan
Stadsklev, Director of Fine
and Performing Arts, "It is
always such a pleasure to
have community members
participate with us."


. Music, rehearsal CD's,
pronunciation guide for
Christmas Cantata and
other information is avail-
able in the Music Office in
the Fine Arts Building.
Material may be mailed
by contacting Joan
Stadsklev at
stadsklevj @chipola.edu or
phone her at 718-2301.


Paramedic program now offered at Chipola College


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN

Chipola College now offers a
Paramedic training program.
Application process must be
completed by Dec. 3. Classes begin
in January.
Applicants must possess a current
EMT Basic Certificate and have
successfully completed EMS
1159C, Emergency Medical


Technician.
Course descriptions are available
at www.chipola.edu.
Due to the unique responsibilities
involved in the delivery of health
care services, students seeking
admission must meet certain selec-
tion and admission criteria.
Applicants with the best qualifi-
cations will be selected for this lim-
ited access program.


The program also has special
attendance requirements, grading
policies, dress codes and fees.
Licensure to practice is depend-
ent upon passing a state licensing or
certification examination.
Acceptance may be denied.based
on background check.
For information, contact Keith
Maddox at 718-2403.


Bill and Glenda Henley

Henleys celebrate

50 years of marriage
A reception honoring Bill and Glenda Henley for their
50th wedding anniversary will be held Oct. 18, 2008, from
2 to 5 p.m., in the Berean Baptist Church, 1438' Nearing
Hills Rd., Chipley.
All friends and relatives are invited. No gifts. Come and
enjoy the fellowship.
The Henleys were married Oct. 11, 1958. They have one
son, Walter Henley; three daughters, .Belinda West,
Elizabeth Sumner'ind Sara.Hancock; and 10 grandchildren.


Pictured are District. parliamentarian Ruth Davis and
District President Segrest presenting a woodpecker to
Department President Coughlin. Contributed photo


Missing: Sneads High
Class Composites
In an effort to complete the
display of class portrait com-
posites at Sneads High School,
school representatives are ask-
ing for community assistance.
After the previous school
burned in 1991, Betty Jean
Edwards diligently worked to
restore the collection of class
composites of graduating
classes from 1928 to 1990.
However, she was unable to
replace composites for the
1948, 1952 and 1953 classes.
In place of portrait compos-
ites of the classmates in the
classes of 1930, 1931, 1933,
1965, and 1936 only a list of
names is hung. The SHS fac-
ulty, staff, administration and
alumni would like to see the
collection complete..
iln an effort to complete the
display prior to homecoming,
Nov. 7, 2008, anyone with pic-
tures or yearbooks from these
class years is asked to contact
Holli. Fears at 482-9004, ext.
247 or Mindy Howell at 482-
9004, ext. 245, as soon as pos-
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going to giver that readily," he said. "Also, to my knowl-
edge there is no government representative traveling in
this area offering this kind of program at this time, so a
statement like that should be viewed as suspect and can be
checked with a simple phone call. This is thefirst report
we've had of this nature this year, but that doesn't mean it
couldn't happen again. If you have suspicions don't let
them in, and call us immediately if you think you've run
into someone like this. We can check it out."


Coin Continued From Page1A
Five area Burger Kings raised $8,362 in six weeks,
making the Burger King team the top fund raiser for this
year's local March of Dimes campaign..
Wilder said it was a friendly competition between each
local Burger King restaurant, with each establishment col-
lecting loose change from patrons.
"We really did it one nickel, one dime, one quarter at a
time," said Wilder
Jackson Hospital brought in the second-largest amount
of funds, at $6,023; and Wal-Mart number 1375 of
Marianna came in third, with about $5,000.
According to Michelle Hewitt, MOD community direc-
tor, this year's campaign, has brought in a total of more
than $40,000.
Art Kimbrough, the 2008-2009 chairman of the local
March of Dimes campaign, praised the community's
efforts. Kimbrough said that, despite the state of the econ-
omy, people still gave to the worthy cause.
"When times are tough, those with abundance dig
deeper and step up," said Kimbrough.
Kimbrough said that the non-profit's efforts to research
and prevent premature births not only helps parents and
children of today, but the society of tomorrow.
He said that, by 2030, the number of people entering the
workforce is expected to decrease three times the number
of people entering the workforce in the present.
"Tt' Alli the more reason to have healthy babies. It will
perpetuate our own society," said Kimbrough.


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to protect our children National Center for deputies,
against internet child pred- Missing and Exploited "We are grateful to have
ators," said Attorney Children (NCMEC), which the Attorney General's
General Bill McCollum. forwarded the information CyberCrime Unit working
Authorities say the to the Attorney General's closely with, local law
investigation began when CyberCrime. Unit. enforcement in these situa-
images of child pornogra- Investigators there traced tions," said Lee. "Working
phy. were located by offi- the images back to Rowe's together, we. can make a
cials with Bonifay residence, authori- difference in the fight
Photobucket.com, an inter- ties said. A search warrant against child predators in
net-based photo-sharing was conducted with assis- 'Holmes County and
service. Photobucket tance from Hdlmes County throughout Florida."
reported the images to the Sheriff Dennis Lee and his
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"They eat the grass and it Cottondale. Dickson.
gives them a higher vitamin For Kaitlyn. Renegar, He said he has many
intake. With the grass, they fresh eggs and trophies are memories of past poultry
can produce eggs that have a big motivation in chicken- contests, including a rogue
a much higher amount of raising. chicken here and there
nutrients," said Hayes. "We had to go to the store that's had to be chased
Fresh eggs are apparently and buy eggs the other day down.
a notable perk in raising and she .said they were He and extension agent
hens, according to both yucky," said her mother, Charles Brasher, who's
Hayes and Kaitlyn Renegar. Marie Renegar. been involved in the poultry
Along with her sister C.A. Dickson of Grand competition for 25 years,
Ann, Renegar is the owner Ridge was a chairperson for shared a chuckle when they
of Red Riding Hood, in .this year's competition, as recalled a. day when
addition to 14 other birds he has been for about 20 Dickson himself had to
that the Renegars entered in years, wrangle a loose hen.
this year's competition. "We check the poultry "Thaht thing was all over
The Renegars raise their when they're entered for the barn," said Brasher.
poultry and other livestock diseases. Take blood tests "Yeah, we have a good
at Painted Coyote Farm in and swab their throat," said time."


ChipOla Continued From Page 1A
to be located off Willis system and each lot would sion which lies outside the
Road. have its own septic system. city limits would be devel-
Under current plans, it According to documents oped first, then the part
would be served, by submitted by the developer, inside Greenwood.
Greenwood's public water the portion of the subdivi-


Speed Continmed From Page 1A
Some board members .
said they were concerned .
about the. possibility of
increased exposure to lia-
bility on the county if speed
bumps were installed and
damaged someone's car.
The board directed
County Engineer Larry .
Alvarez go look at the road.
He was asked to find a pos-
sible location for warning
signs that would, alert
motorists if the bumps were
to be installed.
The county will also
have to decide how high the Jamie and Melody Smith talk to county commissioners
speed boumpswi walked briefly about wanting speed bumps placed on Lee Road. -
of other alternatives, such Deborah Buckhalter / WMBB
as rumble strips, but wor-
ried about the noise prob- lems that approach could cause.


County Continued From Page 1Ag


ed the firm to complete
Phase II.
CoInmissioners also
hired an inspector Tuesday
to oversee the work, as
required. Melvin
Engineering won that con-
tract.
County Engineer Larry
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Alvarez said that five of the
households have agreed to
hook into the extended
water line, but that two may
have opted to keep their
wells fitted with filters.
In addition to serving the
households where contami-
nation was found, the


extension gives the county
an opportunity to capture
more water customers.
Households who lie in the
path of the extended line
may hook on even though
their wells did not show
contamination.


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Panama City; and 10 nieces
and nephews.
Lanier-Andler Funeral
Home is in charge of
arrangements.


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when?
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OBITUARIES

Wages & Sons
Funeral Home
P.O. Box 605
Stone Mountain, Ga. 30086
770-469-9811

Charles Wightman

Charles Wightman, 76, of
Indian Springs died Oct. 14,
2008.
Mr. Wightman worked
for 30 years with Georgia
Pacific in Arkansas and
retired from Benk
Engineering after 22 years.
SHe is survived by wife,
Carol Wightman; sons,
Charles Edward Wightman,
Pass Christian, Miss., and
Christopher Ray Wightman,
Cottondale, Ala.; five
grandchildren;' and two
great-grandchildren.
A memorial service will
be Thursday, Oct. 16, at 2
p.m., at Wages and Sons
Stone Mountain Chapel
with Father Deneke officiat-
ing.
Arrangements by Wages
and Sons Stone Mountain
Chapel (770) 469-9811.

Marianna Chapel
Funeral Home
3960 Lafayette St
Marianna, FL 32446
526-5059
www.mariannachapelfh.com

Sue P. Rigotti

Sue P. Rigotti, 76, of
Marianna passed away on
Saturday, Oct. 4, 2008, in
Jackson Hospital.
She was born on Nov. 16,
1931, to the'late Mr. Lath
and Mrs. Gussie Player.
Living iri Miami for several
years, Mrs. Rigotti returned
to the Jackson County area
in 1976. She was of the
Baptist faith and attended
Cypress Baptist Church.
She enjoyed making crafts,
sewing and cooking.
Graveside services for
Mrs. Rigotti will be at 2
p.m., Oct. 16, in the
Cypress Cemetery, with the
Rev. Bill Henley officiating.
Marianna Chapel Funeral
Home is in charge of
arrangements.
SExpressions of sympathy
may be submitted online at
www.mariannachapelfh.co
m.

Lanier-Andler
Funeral Honme
8261 Highway 90
Sneads, FL 32460
(850) 593-9900

Linda Sue McDaniel

Linda Sue Hill McDaniel,
52, passed away
Wednesday, Oct. 15, 2008,
at her home inTallahassee.
A native of Grand Ridge,
she had lived in Tallahassee
for the past. 30 years and
was a member of the El
Bethel Assembly of God
Church.
Sue was a member of the
Tallahassee Lassies Red
Hat Society and a member
of the American Red Cross.
She was the past president
of the Tallahassee Chapter
of Credit Unions. She was a
personal banker with the
Capital City Bank in
Tallahassee.
Visitation with the family
will be from 6 to 8 p.m.
EDT, Friday, Oct. 17, at
Lanier-Andler Funeral.
Home in Sneads.
The funeral service will
take place at the Sneads
Assembly of God Church in
Sneads, Saturday, Oct. 18,
at 2 p.m. EDT, with the
Rev. Michael Stephens and
the Rev. Charles Hill Jr.
officiating. Interment will
be at Dykes Cemetery. In
lieu of flowers, contribu-
tions may be made to the
American Red Cross.
She is survived by her
parents, Charles and Bessie
Hill of Grand Ridge; her
husband, James. G.
McDaniel of Tallahassee;
one sister, Kathy Hardy and
husband, Bill, of Marianna;
a brother, Charles Hill Jr.
and wife, Sheila, of Ocala; a
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BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR
The Marianna Bulldogs played
their most important game of the
season last Friday against
Pensacola Catholic, suffering a
disappointing 37-12 loss at
home.
Now, the Bulldogs have to
regroup and focus of the season's
final five-game stretch, which
starts -Friday in Chipley against
the rival Tigers.
MHS coach Rob Armstrong
said the Catholic defeat was a
difficult one, but it's a game the
Bulldogs can't afford to dwell on,
especially with a rivalry game
coming up.
"You get geared up all year and
ready to play that first district
game and it's a tough loss," the
cqach said, "but we've got
Chipley this week and it's a big


game. They're having a tough
year and they can make their sea-
son by whipping us, so we have
to be ready to go over there and
play well."
Armstrong said the district loss
was a particularly painful one
given just how much the players
and coaches put into it.
"Yeah, it was tough. It hurt,"
the coach said,, "especially
because the effort was there. We
just didn't execute and gave up
some big plays."
The Bulldogs turned the ball
over five times against the
Crusaders, two of which came
deep in Pensacola Catholic terri-
tory.
MHS had a chance to take the
lead early in the second quarter,
trailing 9-6,. when a tipped pass
was intercepted at the Catholic 5-
yard line by the Crusaders, who
put the ball in the end zone just


Marianna Bulldogs running back Bradley Battles runs through a pair of Pensacola Catholic tacklers
during a game at Bulldogs Stadium Oct. 10. The Bulldogs next face the Chipley Tigers in Chipley
Friday night. Mark Skinner/Floridan


two plays later to turn a potential
12-9 deficit into a 16t6 advan-
tage.
"I thought we had a chance to
score there," Armstrong said. "I
. don't know what difference if
would've made in the game, but
it's a big difference between
being down by 10 instead of up


by three. The second quarter con-
tinued on that way."
The Bulldogs trailed 30-6 at
halftime,. but the Marianna
defense stepped up in the second
half and kept the dynamic
Crusaders attack in check.
Unfortunately for the
Bulldogs, their offense wasn't


ndians sweep scrimmages


n front of NBA scouts


BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR
The Chipola Indians
finished 4-0 in the
Mi't ch ell- Mullins-
Scrimmage Oct. 11 in
Dallas, Tex., while play-
ing in front of. scouts
from four NBA teams.
In four scrimmage
games featuring a 40-
minute running clock,
Chipola beat Arkansas-
Fort Smith 38-34,
Midland. 44-38, San
Jacinto 50-35 and Collin.
County 34-30.
Despite the undefeated
mark, Chipola coach
Greg Heiar said he was-
n't as impressed with his
team's performance as he
had been in earlier scrim-
mages.
"We didn't play our
best basketball. We did-
n't play as tough and
with the mindset that a
Chipola team should
play with," the coach
said, noting that his team
was out-rebounded in
three of the, four games.
"We didn't execute on
offense and we dealt with
some very good defen-
sive teams who pres-
sured us and exposed
some of our weaknesses.
"We have to get back
to work and cure some of:
those weaknesses."
SHeiar said that execut-
ing against pressure was


"It's truly an
honor as a coach
to have kids who
have bought into
and believed in: -
what we've done
every day to the
point where
scouts are
watching them."
-Greg Heiar,
Chipola coach

a problem, as was
perimeter defense.
"We were getting beat-
en (off the dribble) and
we weren't playing
Chipola defense," the
coach said. "We won
because we were more
talented than the other
teams we played, I felt."
However, Heiar said
that the scrimmages were
very productive for he
and his coaching staff.
"The good thing is we
played four really good
teams and won and still
got to see some of*our
weaknesses," he said.
"Now, we get to come
-back and correct those
things two weeks before
we open the season,


which is great."
The Indians open the
regular season Oct. 31
against Mineral Area in
Poplar Bluffs, Mo.
Scouts from the New
York Knicks, Denver
, Nuggets and the Orlando
Magic, as well as New
Jersey Nets General
Manager Kiki
Vandeweghe, were in
attendance in Dallas to
watch .Chipola sopho-
mores Casey Mitchell,
Gary Flowers, Jon Kreft
and Torye Pelham,
according to Heiar.
"(Drawing the atten-
tion of NBA scouts) is a
tribute to what those kids
have done all summer
long and the two years
they've been here," the
coach said. "It's a tribute
to: hbw hard they've
worked. I hope they con-
tinue to work that hard to
make that possible."
Heiar said that the pre-
vailing opinion he heard
from scouts is that all
four of the Indians' sec-
ond-year stars needed at
least one year of college
after Chipola before
thinking about the NBA.
"They thought, that
Gary Flowers had a lot of
NBA potential," Heiar
said. "They really
thought Gary was a great
teammate and had a lot
of potential, he just had
to fine-tune his ability.


Chipola center Jon Kreft takes a turnaround jump
shot during a scrimmage game Oct. 4 at the Milton
H. Johnson Health Center. -Floridan File Photo


"Casey Mitchell didn't
play his best basketball
out there, so there were
some question marks
about him. They said Jon
Kreft had an NBA body,
but needs to do more ver-
sus contact and defense
to play at that level. They
really. liked Torye
Pelham's athleticism, but
they think he's a two-
year college guy, then
he'll be ready."
Heiar said it was a
great honor for the
Chipola program to have
so many players on the
NBA's radar.
"Having four kids, all
in the system in their sec-


ond year, being looked at
just says a lot about the
program, and the things
we do with player devel-
opment," the coach said. ,
"It's truly an honor as
a coach to have kids who
have bought into and
believed in what we've
done every day to the
point where scouts are
watching them. If they
didn't buy in and believe
hard, it. wouldn't hap-
pen."
,The Indians play in
another scrimmage
Saturday in Macon, Ga.
against Brunswick, N.C.,
Santa Fe and Cape Fear,
N.C.


able to take advantage to get back
into the game.
"I was pleased with way we
came out and played in the sec-
ond half with our effort, but we
still didn't execute with the
turnovers," Armstrong said. "I
See BULLDOGS, Page 2B>


MMS ends

regular season

with 20-0

shutout win
BY SHELIA MADER
FLORIDAN CORRESPONDENT
The Marianna Middle School
Bullpups football team finished
its regular season with a 20-0 win
over Wakulla Middle School.
The Bullpups recorded a 6-1
record this year, bringing their
overall record under MMS coach
Hunter Nolen to 19-1 over the
past three seasons.
, It was an offensive night for the
Bullpups with 20 points, not
including the three touchdowns
that were taken off the board due
to penalties.
SQuaayshawn Johnson had two
rushing touchdowns on 12 carries
for 163 yards to lead the
Bullpups' rushing attack.
Bradly Middleton threw to
Micah Reed for a 27-yard touch-
down.
Jacquez Wooden ran for 47
yards on seven carries while
Shaundre McAroy picked up 23
yards on four carries.
Defensively, the Bullpups had
three interceptions on' the night
with Middleton, Reed and
Anthony Speights all picking off
the Wakulla quarterback.
Following the game, Nolen
praised his team..
"They played hard," he said.
"We got an early lead and got a
chance to clear the bench, giving
everyone playing time on the
field. We will turn our attention to
the postseason now."


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MERE Football
Marianna Recreation
Department will offer
two tackle football
leagues and one boys'
flag football league this
year and will offer girls
the opportunity to play
flag football.
Registration for youth
ages 6-13 will be Oct. 6-
21 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
at the MERE, located at
3625 Caverns Rd. in
Marianna. For iore
information, .contact the
Marianna Recreation
Department at 482-6228.

Pirates Go Pink
Sneads High School will
observe Breast Cancer
Awareness month .with a
"Pirates Go Pink for a
Cure" night at the varsity
football game against
Vernon on Friday at
Citizens Field in Sneads.
Kickoff is at 7pm.
All fans wearing pink
will receive a reduced
gate admission. Pink bal-
loons will be available
for purchase in memory
of or in honor of some-
one touched by breast
cancer and will be
released at halftime.
A pink, cake raffle will
also be held at the game.
All proceeds will go to
the American Cancer
Society for breast cancer
research. This event cul-
minates a week of breast
cancer awareness activi-
ties sponsored by the
SHS Beta Club and varsi-
ty cheerleaders. For more
information contact
Karen Hall or Rhianna
Dowling at 482-9Q04.

Chipola Cheer Fest
Deadline for fees and
forms for the Chipola
College Cheer Fest and
Critique Day is Friday.
The event for area all-
star and recreation cheer
squads is Oct. 26 at 2
p.m. in the Milton H.
Johnson Health Center.
The public is. invited.
Admission is $5 for ages
5 and up. Contact
DeFelix at 850-718-2322
or e-mail:
defelixg@chipola.edu .

Tri-State Basketball
The Tri-State
Basketball Association
sponsored by Amandala
United Temples is look-
ing for competitive teams
to join our adult men bas-
ketball league.
Team applications can
be picked up at the
Floridan, or call 850-
272-5000. Application
.deadline is Nov. 1.

Men's Flag Football
Marianna Recreation
Department will offer
Men's 7-on-7 Flag
Football League. Teams
can sign tp at the MERE,
located at 3625 Caverns
Rd. in Marianna. For
more info, call 482-6228.

Girls Bowling
Kindel Lane' and Girl
Scouts invite girls from
grades 4-8 to be a part of
four girls bowling teams
that will play every other
Monday from 3:45 p.m.
to 6:30 p.m. The registra-
tion meeting is Oct. 20 at
4 p.m. at Kindel Lanes on
Hwy 90. Bowling begins
Oct. 27. For more infor-
mation, call Chris Owens
at 850-544-1476.


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hope we can execute this week.
"Our defense had three straight
stops (in the second half) and
that shows the' kind of kids we
have that played like that after
everything went wrong in the
first half. That's what we've
preached this week. Let's
bounce back like that Friday
night and put together a whole
ball game."
* The competition this Friday
night will be significantly less
stiff than it was last Friday night,
as the Tigers (0-6) have struggled
all year, with last week's 27-23
loss to Holmes County making a
winless season a real possibility.
However, Armstrong said his
team can't get complacent in a
road game against a rival school.
"Obviously, they're strug-
gling," the coach said. "But with
the tough year that Chipley is
having, this could make their
season if we're not prepared and


ready to go.
"I want us to go over there and
play well. I hope we play our
best game of the year."
This season has been a stark
contrast from the last for
Chipley, when the Tigers came
into this game at 5-1 before beat-
ing the Bulldogs 55-40 in
Marianna.
' However, many of the talented
offensive stars from last year's
Tigers team are not there any-
more, though Armstrong said he
would still bring up that loss to
his team.
"I haven't really reminded our
players about that, but I definite-
ly will before Friday to try to
make sure we'll be as sharp as
we can," the coach said. "We
don't need to allow those big
plays like we did last year, a cou-
ple turnovers, a kickoff return
touchdown and two or three
home run balls they threw on


us."
The fact that the Bulldogs next
game after the Catholic loss is to
a rival school which hung over
50 points'on them last year is
good news, according to
Armstrong.
"I think that makes it easier for
us to prepare, easier to get the
attention of the kids back," the
coach said. "If it was someone
elsethat wasn't such a big game
for us, it might be harder to get
the kids focused coming off of a
loss."

The Bulldogs are nursing a
handful of injuries after last
week's game, though only run-
ning back Tre Long (ankle) is
definitely out of Friday's game.
Running back Quan Boykin
and linemen Brandon Hughes
and Michael Holloway are all
expected to play in spite of
injuries suffered last week.


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Cete nA I Call 800-570-8898 x 1774 31 ,
for a freight delivery shift and C.N.A.'s Ford 1700 Blue Power Nice 3/1 on 1_ac, hard-
driver based in all shifts. Special $14.000. Dogde I COMM CIJ wood floors C/A stove,
Mariann FL Class A 1500 4-door pick-up. I refrigerator, $695/mo
with Haz Mat required. Please apply in FARM $12,900. gray, exc cond. PROPERTY/RENT 850- 526-3355
Freight delivery route person E I 334-701-1836. B s Secluded 2/1 in Marian-
with multiple stops/ 4294 3rd Avenue, EQUUPMENT Business4Office.Space na,.verypleasantLC/A
freight handling. Home Marianna, FL. Gandy 4 row insecticide 1000SF,Kitchenette, stovd'refrigerator,
every day weekends Drug Free Workplace 12fthaymower, applicator w/double Bathroom, $850/mo. 575/mo 850-526-3355
off. Night work- Mon. EOEm/f/d/v Reduced to $10,900, boxes, fortwo chemi- util. incl. 526-3668 $575/m
thru Fri.. we offer a full 850-866-2774 cals mounted on tool
bar. Good condition. ] n verynice2 BR
benefits pkg including 1set of KMC twin row 2od29-758-di Very nice 2 B
Pension, 401K, ac., INTERIM planters 4row. mount- 22 ACREAGE houseaonlwy90
medical, dental, vision, HEALTHCARE ed on a paulk frame 1 A
& Life Insurance. has an immediate KMC4 row ripper w/ req.Sewer/wa-
mmeirw]ry a ter, lawnmant,
For more info. call opening for a CNA in lift assist wheel and Maths D:. A. Flynt Suba Mernc /mo.
Human Resources at the Chipley an fertilizer attach. 1,000 tts M nDr. Near Merri $20 dep. No pet
rexerieanc ferl ieninc $600/mo.
229-776-5537 ext. 123 Greenwoo are gal. nurse tank mount- John Deere 993-1620 Non-smo lng
If interested please d on tamdem trailer. 3000 hrs, 80% Under- 526-867
stop by 4306 F .h 334-790-5077 carg2Screen
Place your ad Ave. Marianna, to Seen, HO SES/RENT
Paes yo~uer d apply! Allappli- 2000 29hpAgracar 334-685-4218 UNEURNSHE D J BI' MOBILE
in our cants must have.1 Tractor, 4WD, Koyker -4218 ..
Sales and vc e YAlpp- 23racr JH M OBILE
Directory year experience! 160 Front End Loader,
and grow trailer, asking $8500, John Deere EzTrak445 3/15, Marianna, st + HO E/RENT
your business!!! 334-588-0323, 477-3152 0 Turn Lawn Mower, 23 dep. 1 y lease. No
your business ^hp,'54 in. cut, 60 hrs.; smoking/pets. Appl.req. BR MH Partidlly furn,
)002 John Deere 9970 show room clean, 850-762-3252.lv msg $300/mo or sell for
res i a Cotton Picker 4 Row. $3850,334-726-4780 3/1 $600/mo. st/last- $1700 cash.850-718-
G1NE 520 engine hours. 1040 7330D
GENERAL fan hours. S hed kept. 40/3250 Dep. 850-592- 30
HELP WANTED i Excellent Condition, 5571 2/2,5 miles from Mar.
UHELP W TD jnub 34-403-0569_ o_ ,7j 3BRIBA, Verynice. veryclean, private lot
3anikal LocateryonDie. t of 5 ac. family of 2, car-
Billing Specialist RETLs 20 ft. Triaxle flat bed HOSi, Located n Davis Street port, no pets. $500/mo
-r iaO ra iloer brake/lights An Maianna. Kitchen 1st ,last, security. Ref.
in Marianna.. good shape $6,500. Ya- oie h, quired. NO PETS Year 2 & 3 BR MH. Water-
Accounting Deree maha'99 kawasaki 4- a~e m Nm lease. Call (850) 594- /Garb/Sewage Inc. NO
required. Full Time wheeler, nice $1500. 4- 725 beteen 6p PETS! (850)52-8129.
Mon-Fri. Email wh Hay Rake on caddy 9ps. Leave message. .
resume to: amanda $80033471474122 & 3BR Mo e Homes
@prdothan.com CA You Name I A Et.T 3BR/2BA COTTONDALE, for Rent in Cottondale.-
Classified Has 35 ac. Lrg'shed/deck $350& up Call 850-557-
Classified Has i CH&A $750/mo (850) 5057: .
FL Dept. of FREE TO GOOD HOME: 2 Lilliston Peanut 527-6060 2BR 28A All elec.,CH/A
Agriculture 2 Black/white kittens, Combines 1580 & 1500, APArr rFnrs FOR 29 28A All elec., CH/A
& CS OPS Peanut 2mos old. 850-526-2958 also 4 "Long" drying RfT/ FR H home! Only $33,900! Npets, a400+ dale ,
inspection posi-

(850)263-2355 representatives and ers, KMC four row shak- & garb. 592-4793. $550/mo. st/last/$250 pets/ smoking.Ref. Req.
EEO/AA they will be glad er & Bahia seed exc. ep.. 850-592-5571 (850)685-2353
to assist you. germ 334-266-$5907 or---- 8- 592-5571 850
son-wago old.334FREE 334-355-2883 47. Must APARTlBTF FOR .ing_0_5_il
S MEDICAL to good home.(850) 3m DIRECTV, Inc. provides a rich
cl 272-0264 iwL 2& 3BR APARTMENTS benefits program where
i 1'----- *& MOBILE HOMES FOR, compensation matches contributions.
LBusyoptometry n DOGS Bobcar RENT $525-$650/MO For opportunity, growth, and
off ce seeking hrs, Loaded. Too (850)209-3591 rewards in the global market,
Must possess or- FOUND: Sm white F dog An ttoachmentso 2BR/1.5BA Apt in town, it's DIRECTV. DIRECTV, Inc. is
gaM national, / brown patches to34 5-42 nego $595/mo $300 damage currently recruit for the following
multitasking ,& aroundeyes in Green- 5 dep. Nb pets. (850) 482- position:
customer service wood area call 850- Case Cotton Picker 2044
skMailil truin 594-4727 $17,500., Ford Tw-15 2BR/tBA apartment in Administrative Assistant
P.O. Box 6054 Pure bred black male Tractor exc. cond. town; $450/month + ,RCV DIR EC;V n c. is
Mrianna Cocker Spanie os 15,000 w/ mower. Dep N Pets (850) 573- (Mar nna) 800829
32447 old /papers $350 850- 3347011836 0598..Must be willing to work weekends..
Marianna, 352-4500FL Cocke 320 0 $


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I MOBILE BOATS/MOTOR CAMPERS/ MOTOR
HOME/RENT TRAILERS TRAVEL TRAILERS 'HOMES
3/2 C H/A $450-$500 .'v.ki l 1,'> r's Prowler '98 5th Wheel.
per month, C'dale. No 31 ft. living & dining
pets. 850-638-1171 slide, full ath. Queen,
32 W- bed. end kitchen/oak
3/2 DW, Malone, FL, cabinets, exc. cond.
3/2, SW. $400. and up i 10,500. 334-791-1783
security neg., 850-569- -- $ ~ ,e -
9884 or 850-557-3343 Prowler 34 ft, 2 slides,
bumperpoositting on
3BR 28A DW MH, on Ilt in Euf unla with boat
Russ Rd. $850/mo. 850- Hunter 2004 306, like shed. Call for details. R-VISION '06 Trail-Lite
526-2975 new loaded, wet slip $15,000 FIRM. 334-798- 26ft fully loaded low
LG 3BR/1A, Clean/ available, in Port St. 0095 or 334-685-7742 mileage like new! In-
quiet park in Marianna. Joe, FL great weekend dude's navigation sys-
No pets! n475 + Dep. getaway, Detailed pics Outback '06 31 RQS tem. Priced at $62,500
850-718-6641 & info upon request. Loaded $16,900 OBO OB0 334-616-6508 to
$70K 850-653-8147. Lv 334-618-4501. see!
MH lots avail & some Msg Nash 2004 5th wheel M- You Name It...
MH when avail. Blue 24-53,1 slide, impres- Classified Has It!!!
Springs MH Park, sive condition and
Marianna Water/s- equipment W-07 Silver- REDUCED *
ewage/garb./ lawn ado available for total '03 Class A Monoco La
incl. 850-482-4060 travel package, let's Palma. 2 slides. 1'/
discuss price. 334-701- bath. Loaded! Incl. car
4315 dolley & all furnishings
MOBILE Montana 2005 5th (dishes, towels, etc.)
HOME/SALE Glassstream '84Hy- Wheel, 4 slides, kin $75K. 334-790-3480.
SHOME/S draBass 15 V, w/80 hp bed, excellent condi- PRICE REDUCED
3/1.5, DWMHW/D, marianer motor 91 tion. $34,500 O80 850- Lexington'06 29ft,3
CH/1. waterawn- moodel.45 pt trolling 547-2808 slides, full body paint
CH/A, water~lawn- motor. Green. runs well.
garb.incl. Ist/last/s- very clean, Great cond. Montana 02' 5th wheel 11K miles, like new.
ec. Call 850-352-2897. $3800. 080. 850-573- camper, 32.5 ft 2 slides, $55,000firm More info
6222. mounted space heater, 334-703-2500
new 4000 Onan Monoco Knight '06,
AL ESTATE generator w/inside re- Save $25K or more.
mote, $25k OB0, 850- Diesel, 4 slides, 4300 mi,
3BR HUD home! $213 m593-6946 many upgrades
mo! 4% down 30 yrs @ Maco '06 5th wheel $159,700. 850-866-2774
8% APR Listings. Call w/slideout, used lyr by
800-570-8898 ext. F478 non-smoker, can be
S seen at 2469 El Bethel
3 NEW HOMES G3 Eagle 170 '08 90 HP Church Rd. GR. $19K
UNDER 175k NEAR Yamaha mtr appr 10hrs 850-593-6058
Loaded. Like new. Gal-
HIGH SCHOOL, vanized trlr. 6 moold, Keystone Hornet'03, 27
SUNLAND, AND Looks new. $13,500 obo ft, no smoke/pets, very .
FEDERAL PRISON. 334-793-7782, 796-5056. clean, has a super slide,
EASYTOQUAIFY below wholesale $7900
EASY TO QUALIY 561-758-7484(Altha,FL)
FOR NO DOWN ""
PAYMENT &-NO -i __ __ Jayco "08" Eagle 5th
CASH NEEDED SELL wheel, 291RLTS, 3
TO CLOSE & slides, with covers,
MOVE IN. G3'03 1756 Cener electric awning $35K,
CALL JAMES Console. Camo, 50hp selling for health rea-
Yamaha.Trolling Mo sons 334-791-4192
GRANT t6r. Depth-finder. Jayco'03'camper, 34 ft.
850-526-8367 OR Duck Blind, great 2 slide outs. Exc. cond.
850-526-2346 condition. 4,999. Like new on rented lot
334-685-4218. with water front view
PRICED TO SELL -Lake Eufaula $19,000
UNDER200K Fisher 20081754, 40HP O00 334-793-0021.
S4 stroke mercury, ta-
chometer, humming- Gulfstream '03 26' Fifth
bird 565, live well, bilge Wheel w/slide out,
pump, $11,200 334-798- Great cond. $12,000,. AC/Heating
00 334-726-2186. "AC/Heaing
Chaparral'84 198XL 185 Forest River Surveyor
Evinrude with trailer '06 30ft.Travel Trailer,
$3500. 334-693-9360 self-contained, sleeps
8, excellent cond.,
$16,995, 334-792-5151 or
S 334-648-1828

FSBO New 4303 sq ft .., I Total Comfort Systems
4BR, 3.5 bath. $429,000. Chaparral 210 SSI '05,
Full info @ www.inf- Yellow, 260 hp, bimini
otube.net #195636 top, galvanized trailer, LE N X
V A O custom cover, garage LEN
VACATIOn stored, only 20 hours, Ldwm cAc 5.3
TIO many extras. Like new. '
I RENTALS $25,900, 334-475-3883. Fleetwood Scorpion '06, *
Boston Whaler'73, re- popup mounted on a
"Dead Lakes" Wewa, stored, 13 foot sport trailer. Kitchen,bath,
2/1, waterfront, with 200040 HP Mercu- ramps. $14K.Call Blake-
boat ramp/dock. ry motor. $4,900 OBO., y, 229-723-5958.
Wkly/ mon rates. 334-714-2419 Fleetwood Prowler 04
850o39660 5th wheel, 25 ft bunk-
house, 1 owner, no
'- J .pia pets/smoker, likenew,
gas/elec H20 heater,
A l AoelAff ZO, $15,200 850-557-1731
op. I L rFLEETWO'OD'05 Prowl-
*er AX6, fifth wheel, 36ft,
M otor hO Oe B 4 slides, flace, large
sTa%- c I w vr shower, 30/50amp.A
uu a Greatreal must st: $39,900
OT/M, OR 334mo" _.."--. 334-687-2994 ,Ii l
BAYLTRAINER 'ILER05 185, in-
board, white / blue, Au-
to. 6-cyl. 200 hours,
Loaded, MP3, AM/FM,
runs well,very clean, .
T Great cond. $13,900, 4" A b ,t A
ors/.rt 334-709-4298. tl
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Triton 2005 1753 Crap-
pie, mercury 60HP;4 .'
stroke front & rear live
wells, and bait well, lots
of storage, fully -,._ ,
equipped. $12,500O80,, .
850-547-3484 after 6PM
Triton'08,18ft. Explor-
er w/115 HP Mercury
Optimax. 71 pound imo-.
tor guide, 480 GPS/fish
finder, stainless steel
prop. Readylto fish '
$18,600. 334-774-5412 or
334-790-1346.
Tiara'00 3500 Open,
twin diesel engine,
master bedroom, full
bath & kitchen, bay
point slip free. $155,000
850-258-9917
SWEETWATER '94, 20ft
Pontoon Boat, w/trai-
ler,'06 tolling motor,
775-7548




A
SPORTSCRAFT.'70,30-
ft, 440 Chyr. engine,
good condition, $5,000
OBO 334-687-4634
Classifieds have what
you are looking for.
Ranger '89 bass boat
370-V w/94 Mercury
150hp. Trolling motor
and depth finders,
$5250. 334-714-5813
Pontoon Boat, 2007,
used 5 times. Fisher 18
ft., 4 stroke 60 Mercury.
Bottom paint, GPS, pd.
$18,500, sell $12,500.
334-794-3063




Moomba '06 Outback V,
V-8 ndmar assault 325,
mtr w/ 120 hrs. equip.
w/ hydraulic wake
plate, ballast system,
wake board towerC-
D/sound system ect.,
$26,000 OBO00, 334-432-
0890
Mastercraft '88 17ft. 75
HP Mercury,-live-well,
depth fish finder, foot
control, trolling motor.
was $4000 now $3000.
334-805-0119
Marquis '77 w/1990 re-
built 90 HP motor,
trolling motor & fish
finder. $3,000 obo. 334-
475-3272




Mako '97 Model 191-19',
150 HP Mercury live
well, Bilge pump, $9,000
OBO. Will trade. Call
334-718-1550
Mako '77 center con-
sole, 20ft, 200HP evin-
rude, excellent shape,
$6000obo. 334-585-6689


MOTOR R MOTOR
'HOMES f HOMES
.' "r- O Dodge '78 Class "A" Ex-
a1 onan generator, exc.
condition $4500 will fi-
nance. 334-793-5248
Damon Intruder 00'
35 ft. Class A design-
HOLIDAY RAMBLER '96 er.V-10,27,917K 2
Endeavor,W/B 37',1 slides, 2AC. 2TV's,
slide,. 230 Cummins Die- side by side frigw/
sel Pusher, new eng. ice maker. New tires,
w/3000 miles, diesel Towingpkg. $39,500.
gen.,washer/dryer 334-696-4746.
$40,000 334-687-6164
Holiday Rambler '02, Damon '99 Daybreak,
diesel pusher, 2 slides, 34ft, 15,471k miles, AC,
outside ent. center, 1 slide, awning, queen
loads of extras, no bed, self contained
smoke, no pets, 38K' generator, Like new.
mi., Must Sell! $68,500 $25,000. 229-723-6612
OBO, (850) 638-79200r
850-596-8475 You Name It...
Classified Has It!!!
Classifieds have what
you are looking for. Concord Coachman'05
Motor Home. 23' long
Fourwinds '08 Chateau 2700mi, Take over pay-
Sport Class C, 28 ft. ments.850-593-5103.
Workhorse Chassis 6.0L
Vortec. 5578K mi. no sl. Airstream '93, 34' diesel
outs. non-smoker and 64K mi. Excellent cond.
pet free. $55,000 obo $25,000. 334-792-1079.
*Serious inquiries only*
Reduced 1334-522-3652. 28 ft. Allegro, well
maintained, new tires,
Fleetwood 2002 Discov- fully loaded, new.paint,
ery 39ft, 2 slides, 330 indoor kept. $12,500.
HP diesel, very nice Call 334-792-8018 or
$85,000 334-618-8457 334-792-8827


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1997 Four Winds Class
C, 31 ft, A/C, stove, mi-
crowave, fridge, sofa,
dinette. $24,900. Call
334-791-1450.


' MOTORCYCLES/ -
ATVs
2005 CRF 150 F Honda,
good condition, very
low mileage, $2,000
687-3275 or 850-625-
3965
Arctic cat '06 ATV, 4X4
automatic, $5500. 334-
701-4599

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ATVs j ATVs


SELL
Harley Davidson
'08 Road King.
Crimson Red,
L'r : 6-spd.'675 miles,
Harley Davidson'06 excellent condi-
creaming Eagle VROD, tion. warranty
Red, 7K ml, warranty, 334-618-9828.
$18,000. Call 334-714- _E
c.4An


S ICubcadet'07 Utility HD'02 Fat Boy. Motor-
S.- Vehicle. 20hp Cat Harley Davidson '06 cycle Custom, 8500 mi.,
Diesel Engine. Camo, Sportster Custom. Red, condition. Loaded,
.-" i] t Auto. great condi- 7,800 miles. Great con- $12,000 OBO. Call 334-
I tion. $8,500. edition. $9,500 obo. 334- 255-3165.
,--* 334-685-4218. 796-8377. HD 03 1200 Sportster,
100th Anniv Ed, w/
Harley '061200 Sports- .tie4 t shield, bags, Tandem
ter, white, dyna fender, S E LL eatw/backrest,75
'04 Pace Arrow 37 C, Screaming Eagle pipes. miles. Exc. cond. 5500,
Work Horse Chassis. Exc. cond. 6100 mi., HARLEY DAVIDSON '08 334-449-0015.
19K, loaded, 3 slides, 99 $8,490 obo, 334-726- FatBob Pearl Blue, 6- H'0 Hritae Sofail
tow car, $93,000, Call .7815 spd. 2000 miles, excel- Classic. Wheritage Softtapd.,
.(334) 618-0717 lent condition. lots of Cass0ic. Wite, 5-d.,
Harley'07 Fat Boy, vivid extras, 2YR warranty, edition. 16,500. Call334-
black, less than400. $14,500 OBO. Call 334- $16,500. Call 334
MOiTORCicLES/ miles, $16,000 0BO, 441-6962." 406-199.
"TORC1Vs / 334-791-0891 HD '07 FXD Blk. 6spd.
S ATVs y Harley Davidson'08 96ci. 1584cc. 9k mi. $9k.
SHarley Davidson '00 Road King. Crimson 334-791-4211.
'03 V-STAR 1100,12K Heritage softtail twin Red, 6,6pd. 675 miles,
miles, lots of chrome, 2 cam, blue &silver, rd excellent condition. HONDA'04 Ranchdr ES,
helmets, $4,500 229- radio, lots of extras, Warranty, $19,500. Call low miles, Great cond.
334-7489 $12,000. 334-671-4281. 334-618-9828. $3500. 334-692-4120.


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2998 7KW generator, 2 en-
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A IrT.i-r.'0jlhpHj.)n.
da, 2much2lsst, I850J482459
080, Call 334-806-2822. '95 Westport by Fleet-
wood, 34' slides, rear
kitchen, hardwood
floors, good condition, Cabinetry
$14,000 687-2684, 334-F. -
703-0125
200719ft. Pilgrim Lite BRYAN'S
Travel Trailer like new, KITCHEN &-BATH
asking $10,000, Call
(334) 677-3827 -MOBILE DISPLAY-
Fine Kitchen Cabinetry
86"BAYLINER 29fL'Vor 2006 custom park mod- by WELLBORN FOREST
vo 260 eng., fully loaded el Log Cabinused 3 w/5 year any
w/trailer, lowhours months perfect for lake- Modular Homes
$12,500 OBO 687-8169, lot, hunting abin or NewConsrction
334-703-3138 mother in-law suite on Renovations
34 ft. House Boat, Yourlot, ready to move. Ren
Sleeps 6, good Cod. 33,900. B (251)654- Formic and Solid
asking'$12,000 OBO, 5586 Surface Coitertops
Call 334-792-1079 or 2005 Gulf Stream Cavi- Ron Brya-Greenwood
334-718-9054 lar Pkmdl;31'L, sleeps
24' Tandem Boat Trail- 6 excellent condition,
er, good cond., $750 Full stand up shower.
OBO, 256-201-1657 $6,000..334-237-1039
23'SeaRay.Proj. Boat, rCon rete
260hp. 350 Eng. Boat Tr. Concrete
$1500 obo. 256-201-1657
2004 90 h Mercur 2003 Keystone Cougar
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condition. Backrest/ 334-701-4243.
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800-570-8736 x2802


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Motorcycle. Like new.
52.800, 334-498-3918.
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$2200. 334-618-3234 or 86 Corvette Red Only
334-671-5790 103k with Red/Black
Ithr, AT Entirely new
HONDA '06 VTX 130 C AC/ PW&L Garage Kept
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black & chrome, Vance
and Hines custom ex-
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695-9269, 334-695-9265 O K
Honda'07 750 CC. 4 yr Acura '92 Integra, 5spd,
maintenance & 5 r. Black CD.Runs well. Re-
warranty included. Ask- built motor, sunroof.
ing Payoffl 850-573- Great cond. 2,000 obo.
2692 Brand new 26" rims,
chrome w/black 3,800
Honda '07 750 CC. 4 yr. 334-671-1607.
maintenance & 5 yr. Au'03 A6 powe
warranty included. Ask- Audi'03 A6 power
ing Payoff! 850-573- everything, new tires,
2692 excellent condition,
64,500 mi., $16,700 OBO.
Honda GL1800'05 Gold- 334-983-4446
wing. Blackcherry, BMW 04 330C, conv.
26,200mi, $15,000. plus MW '04 330C con.
matching bushtech black, w/black int.,
trailer 7,mi. $4,000 nav., system, call for
334-693-9287 more info. $28500 OBO
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5251 Silver, 28,775K mi.,
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cond. $30,500.334-803-
9276 or 334-393-5829
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Kawasaki '00 ZX12, Metalic grey,50K miles
green, lots of extras, $18,500 850-209-1087
extended swing arm,
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080 334-790-0028
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1500 Classic. Never laid
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message. condition with transfer-
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folly loaded, 31,500 mi.
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Kawasaki '04 Ninja, 32,549 mi., excellent
blue, low miles, Like condition. Loaded,
new. 2700, obo, 334- CD, moon roof,
983-6264. leatherinterior.
DVD/NAV, XM, $24,725.
S334-797-2320.
Cadillac '93 Allante
Convertible, red, beige
leather excellent 71k
miles $13,900 334-449
2823 or 334-723-3037
CADILLAC 93 SEVILLE
217K miles $1500 (850)
Kawasaki '06 ZX-1R, 209-4883 (850)263-2998
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$7000, 334687-8624. rims, aking $640 O, 7








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500cc, great cond. 15
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damo,.excellent condi- Chevy '94Camaro,
tion. $8200 OBO. 334- Blue, Sedan. 5- spd.
798-2181 6-cyl. 2 WD. Loaded,
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$5900. 334-790-4360 very clean, Great cond.
$4000., 334-618- 3414.
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Loaded, 6200 OBO. Call Station wagon. Auto,


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less than 45K original Toyota '08 Camry LE AC.mi. 334-671-3635.
M miles, 1 owner $500, black, 13500 miles, ke Chevrolet '98 Z71 P/U Call John 334-797-0420
serious Inq. ony. 334- new, $18500, 334-718- Fleetside Ext. cab,3 or Jason 334-714-1601
691-7332 or 685-2269 3155 Dr.98K ml., Very Clean,
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PGsrey, Auto.8-cyl. 4 WD. ml well maintained 81
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Honda 3 Accord, bse sound syste & brushguard, 2 Tow Packa Good black,V6 auto 33k
ctioupe, sun l r on, steering e wheel wheel, black leather Ford '07u150 SRupercrew tires, c10,20 714-951. mies
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or Jason 334-714-1601. Loaded, Great cond.
Chev 05'3500 Silverado 0 16wam8ers PS, PB,. 334-347-
Eng. Ext, cab w/along 4999. Honda '06 Accord EX-L,.
bed CD, Full towing Charcoal Bronze, load-
aDacs 57,000 334477- Ford '85 Tow Truck, ed, GPS,34K miles $18K
custom-built 1 ton. m000 850-445-5767
Chevy'07 Slverado LT loaded. Great condi-Honda'06 Element
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6234 Mitsubish'07 Ec- Ptiat D0eville, pa e K Classifieds havewhat towingepkg. bed miner,' m -,onditidn. 67K miles
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dr, ., CD. 15k mi. $6,70.8-615,000- Call (334) 794- 4 doo All Power2inted er, 517000 obo. 334-2
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GM 75 El Dorado, fully 1601 Restored, mint condi- ter, Z71(4WD), Auto, 8- Ford'06 XLT 150 tow- OBO. Call 334-596-0157






































rnfiniti'00,oG20,B o n797-04 or Jaso 7 14 d000 mi. good cond0.loded.28k mI., ext cabT,* ning boards, CD, ll_
reo oed, 159 00 2,000 19 tion garage ket, 6K cyl, Leather, TBox, package, 17k miles
334-8719 Nissan/'05 Maxima SL, mner reas 900,229-334- 119500, reat condi- bturgund, loaded.. Honda 05 Rancher ES
t M, $1K 13-794-489. $ond00.33469nche3
fully loaded, leather Int. 8719 4-7948 17000.34-69-5336 (5-spd push button

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28N ssan'06 Maxima SE Chvx9ecofa ed4Call 334-370-3921 q'/mioes.West moain Car
Exc. cond. white, war- nice, black, ext. cab, Buick'07 Rainier, I one Saes W Main. Street
Ka'rrenty, 29K mi, $17,500 56400.334-701-4599 owner, lath, e Dothan. 334-699-
OBChO 04' Ta334 7714-6616 On-Star, 18k miles, gar- -Toyota '01 Sequoia,
Sir s n timing NA 000800 000 707regray, 21 neg, limited edition, tan
15k miles, extended REDUCED, MUST SELL, leat1yer I miles Allson, cruisei, it, 685-1261 or 334-677- roof, 109k miles $9,000
Honda'03 ivic Coupe .warranty, 1 owner, like runs great 18K mi. steering wheel con- air, 11 ftWestern 3281 334-794-6130
Automatic One Owner new condition. 17,900 black, MSTA 55,x trols, 3rd row seating Hauler Bed w/ Rhino.
7800.120k miles. West 334-750-4698 oo. 33467-3772. center buet seats Gooseneck 30K th You Name t..
MainCarSalesW.M.St dsc chnerin \ Wheel, 30K mi., no Classified Has ltll, Hummer'07-H3,
Dothan. 334-699-580 0 dash, power seats, rear trades, $45K, Cala $24,900, Red, 10,
air controls, (302)9545-1158 CHEV'04 Avalanche 71 miles, Red/ Black
Honda'03 Civic EX 16,800334 loaded $18,000 call 334, Leather Seats, Chrome'
Coupe, rd, 5-spe, 8555/334-085-6233 GMC'07 Duramax die- 695-2739 Brush Guard, Larger
75k. miles, $8,800.OBO 25.5G 0 m ie -99 SIBBla. Tires than Stock, 4x4,
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tires new brakes, great 2767. with warr., New tires, Jeep '01 Cherokee, 4x4,
condition, 513,000 e- GMC91 Jimmy 4x4. clean. Runs great!l!!l cold AC & CD player,
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als. $6,000 OB.334- (334) 793-5534 850-526-2290 days, $18,500. 334-792-0645. miles, Loaded, Power
Honda'06 Civic EX, sil- 671-4188 or 334-596- with tool ebox, 80K 5 i brakes, Power steering,
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ing pay-off $15,000. Nissan '90 300zx.White, or ,bug shield, side vis- t very clean, $5,200
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Honda '07 Civic mower 50' new bladert SLE Pick-up. SIL- Chevrolet '01 Tahoe LT. side & out 97k miles
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gtion system, DVD Pontaic84 Trans-Am W/5X8 WD. 23000, excel- 85k mi. Sunroof, 3rd 547-5292 jazzy 1113 power chair
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rare car $6,500 334-792- $18.500, V6, auto., AC, Ella Elliot H: 334-793-
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white, 6-cyl. CD. 115k mi. 5$6,750.850-638- Power steer, CD, A/C, Ivan instead Call 59.900, (334) 372-4822 Jeep'03 Wranger, vry
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FDL120. Semi truck rail 18k 334790459. GMC '06 Sierra 71 4.0 4WD, tow pkg. run-
Infiniti'00, G20, Bose 'Pontiac'06 GTO, 6.0, 810,000 mi. good cond. loaded, 28k mi, ext cab ning boardsD, full I
Stereo, loaded, 159k mi 400HP 24,000 miles, 519K OBO 8 50-,352-4808 still under warranty, doors new tirs & bat-
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Innty 02 135.Sdan $26,000,85G0-352- WR26frboxg r o 464-2659 obo. Paul 850-482-7490 3.8L, V6, auto OD trans.
Inwht, 2 W 1. 145K, exc 5 0 attic, CAT engine 159K GMC'00 Sonoma auto 6 Jeep '91 Wrangler, 4 cyl, 7 pass., dual sliding'
ho 2 D. 145Kunrf lhr PontiexciGyl. l. lentie 159K Truck, ExtCab cyl. 39K mi. exc cond. ood sha, new to doorsPW/D/ Crulise,
cond A/C, sunrf, lethr Pontac'07 G6 4 cyl. mles. ExelAuto.Diesel 4 WD. 8,900. OO original Rhino beeline sprayed oac WgrDy dloth in-
int. 57650. 618-0324. silver, 4 door, 14K mi., tion. $24,000. 798-1221 miles fair owner 334-671-8 h in de 50ter. 140K(miles, well
150,000 miles, fair owners Che azer White inside, $6500,-Cail (334)
w/ cruise, 4513900, Freightllner 92'60 se- condition. Power. maChevy Bz, mint, $3,950.00850-
keep '01o Grand Chero- (334) 30 res Fuller transmls- brakes, Power InfinIty'04 FX 45,3WD, 130k PB 726-0219 557-2875
New tires, cod ai r, slon, Good for 10g truck steering, CD, A/C, miles, fully loaded, S, CD, A/, AMFM,
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28 hours. Excellent con- flatbed, dual axe6, 14K s 6' Fronti ,fer /Ni l ora
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84650-8900097 mi, AT, PS, Tilt, Cruise, tow package. 35,300k nice, almost new condi-
Kia'01 Rio, 98k miles PW/D. Good Condition. miles.$16,700.334685- tion. $5000.334-598- Jeep'97 Wranqler. Ford '01 Wiedstar Sel,
new tires, new timing PONTIAC '07 G6 GT, GOOSENECK TRAILER 55,000.850-209-2000 7207 or 850-260-9424 9068 or3344773325 New red paint job Van. Green, Auto. 6-cyl.
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truck struts. $3,400obo. 15400,loaded,leather. 14,000 lb capacitykeK, TOw 100000 mi, power edition. Loaded, $5,700m
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334-886-2399. 0434 000850-215-1338 CD. A/C. AM/FM, runs
34 -29 4 0 well. Great cond. $6200.
olvo '97 dump truck Ford'02F250 Ext. cab 334-693-2099. FORD 02 Van
x. stri-axle, R 6sn b' 4WD 7.3 Diesel, Mint Econoline, red, hyd
ext side, R swing barn Condition blackall Jeep '08 Wrangler Sa- wheelchair lift,
door. 9,5 leather, lots of extras. hara 4x4 7,900 mi hard auto. AC, PB, PS, CD.
685-2772; 334-671-7632 S16K OBO 334-685-3832 Nissan '07 Frontier, top &so top. towing AM/FM, 87,818 mi ,


334-255-3165 or 334- $1,ou800. -334-- 09u.
255-2920. Chr3ysler '01 Sebrin. Ford '05 F150, FX4, ex-
25-2 -- Chrysler' m 1 Sbring, tended cab, silver, 39k
SUNF 2008 50CC, convertible, 56K miles, Kia'04 Optima X, Gold,er
moped, street legal. excellent condition. 44K miles, working AC, PONTIAC '69 GTO Judge miles, allpower.
$800 334-793-5248 $7,200850-685-5542 CD player.$8,000.850- Race Car, NewTires, mode24' Car haul- $18,500. 334-726-0435
uki '06 Boulev 334-3322, 229321-2092 er, like new, $5000 850-. Ford '04 F150 Fx4, Super
800,750 mi. like new Chrysler '05 Pacifica Lexus '02 L5430 black, 526-3911/573-9437 Cab, 6-disc CD, 68K mi.,
$5,800. 334-618-2542. Touring Model, 43K m., fully loaded, tan leather 515500, Call (334) 897-
seats 6. white, 1 owner, int very good cond. ga- -l 22" O 05BO2
Triumph '73 chopper,, exc cond., new front rage kept, tinted win- (850) 209-6616 Ford '02 F150 Lariat, Ex-
custom built in Miami tire, $13K 334-222-2166 dows. 89K mi. $16,800 ( tra Cab, tool box, new
nice bike, lots of 334-718-3518 Camper shell one yr. factorytrans.108K mi.,
chrome, runsgood FORD '05 Mustang Con- old. its F-150 99, fns n.100mOBO,
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loaded, 18K m es withtan interior, oad- Call 334-347-2717. C ( )
-rr- $16,000 334-355-0881 ed, 15K miles. $31,000 Pontiac 71 Grand Prix Ford '00 F-150 Lariat
S Ford334-68-1070 400/400, solid no canc- Vestl, new6'X30'pro- with brushguard.103k
Foremium edition, Fully exus 400, runs er runs & drives $3,500 table ramp for sale or mi. $7,900. Call 334-693-
loaded, great gas saver good, all options, needs OBO Trade considered long term lease.$900 5454, leave message
Reduced 1300 334- some work, $2500, Call 334-687-0805,695-6568 229-869-1008
5692-5577 (334) 792-4100 or 61- Race Car Dirt late mod-
9101 el '05 CJ Raybum &28'
VERUCCI '05 50CC, 4 5 Inclosed hawler. Many
stroke, 120 MPG plus 45 extras. 334-355-0298. hevroet 1500LS
MPH, Sportster replica Chevrolet05 1500 LS, 1
51.200 334-355-1339 be- owner Crew Cab, 67 500
for 6PM mi., two tone paint, all
ow9en,, 52$14,500, 4 Ford '03 F-150 Lariat,
6000 Firm 334-618- light blue, black eat4r8 Chevrolet '92 Silverado, o ff oa
8457 int., premium sound, Lexus ES i300'01 Sadan5. 50,atpsIw, age Loadedi 15 600.
loaded, 5 sp., exc. cond. Super Clea C$9995. 110k tires, bedliner, Ca334-797-7178.
YAMAHA '02 Banshee 20,700 mi, REDUCED miles. West Main Car mi., one owner.347-4121 :
$2,500 BO 334-355- 517,685,23 MPG, hwy, Sales W. Main. Street / 389-2270. 53250 OBO
0491 re0gas.call 334-588 Dothan. 334-699-5880 Saturn '07 Aura XR,
9,800 mi., like new, Chevrolet '02 Silverado,
Yamaha 02'Zuma Lincoln '95 Town car white, Ithr, sunroof, all Silver, Pick-up. Auto,
Scooter. 6400 mi. Ford '07 Focus, 22k mi., Champagne color, options, MUST SEE TO 8-cyl, 2 WD, MI 55500,
125mpg, Windshield & factory wrnty, all the Maroon Int. good tires, BELIEVE! $21,150 obo, Power brakes, Power Ford '05 F Pick-
luggage rack,excel. options, like new, cold air, $2,000.334- 334-522-3564 steering, A/C, AM/FM, Fo. stone AutPi
cond. $1600.850-352- 34mpg. Asking $12,800. 794-0385. runs well, Good condi- Auto
4723 Call John at 334-477 Toyota '05 Camry, 4 tion $9,200334673- excellent 0
47233068 Mazda 04' RX8.62,000 door, tan, auto., sun- c ondi
Yamaha'06 RI 3,500K miles. Runs great Borla roof, cd changer, all tion. Loaded,
mi. Garage kept with Ford 95' Mustang.Co- Cat-back exhaust Take pwr., like new, 17,300 Chevrolet 73 10-Wheel- $14,000. Call 334-
upgrades. $8,000. OBO nvertable $2500850- over pmts. $19k owed. mi, $15,900, Call (334) er with grain body. 334- 793-4930
334-239-0055 726-0256 850-557-6199 389-3071 794-2398
-- -


, Pick-up. Like new. Sil- Chevy '01 Tahoe LT, pK., lacK, KhaKI mrt.
ver, Auto. 6-cyl. 2 WD. 128k mi., sun roof, Ithr. $23500,334-685-0653 \
3,800 mi. Loaded, 3rd seat, heated seats,
$15,900.334-693-4987. TV, ALL power, new
Nissan 04' Frontier XE tires, fact. wrrnty. L L
truck silver, bedllner, $9,800 00.678-350-
cd, 5 spd manual, 4-cyl, 8442.
pwr pkg, lots of extras, Chevy '00 Tahoe, LT,
46K mi9,900 850-594- 4x4, black w/tan leath-
49211v msg er. 145K, winch & brush '
Nissan '04 Titan Crew guard. $8,900 OBO 793-
Cab, Black, Pick-up. Au- 9130 or 205-907-0861
to., 8-cyl. 4 WD. 47,000,
Loaded, Like new. Ask-
inn payoff, Call 334-333.
n yoffCa 33- eep '00Wrangler,yel-
7 low, 5-spd. 6-cyl. 4 WD.
45,000 miles, Power*
NISSAN '05 Titan.4 Chevy 05 Tahoe, brakes, Power steer-
door. Black, Auto. 8- White, leather, CD, ing, CD, A/C, AM/FM,
cyl. 4 WD.6-disc in- 3rd Row, on-star/, runs well, low miles,
dash changer. 31k XM,2WD, 40,500 Fair condition 10,000, 6
miles, excellent con- miles, very clean, lift, procomp 35's 334-
dition. $24000 / obo. $18,500, Call 334-899- 701-0338.
Call229-942-5532. 7099.

Nissan '07 Titan 5.6 LE Chevy '03 Trailblazer
with king cab. 1 owner. LT, seats 8, exc. condi-
Leather. Loaded, 13,500 tion. 14,000 actual mi.,
miles. $24,000.334-794- rig. price. $36,000, ask-
8295. before 10am or Iv. ing $14,800.334-333-
mess. 334-648-0780. 1685
Nissan '06 Titan SE 73K Eddie Bauer '04 Expedi-
burgundy, king cab, 4 -tion, blue. Captain
door, tow package, chairs, 107K mi. $10,500
loaded. $11,000. work OBO 334-673-0823.
598-3874, cell 726-9500
Ford '03 Excursion Ed- JEEP '90 YJ HT 5-spd
Toyota'90 4 Runner, die Bauer. 2WD. Excel- 6 cyl 4WD 3" Lift
4x4 Parts only, $300 lent condition. Fully Lockers $14,000.
BO 850-718-7642 loaded. Must sell. Invest Sale $7,999
Toyota'99$Tacoma 4X4 59800.850-956-4748. 334-673-0088.
Toyota'99 Tacoma 4X4
single cab 4 cyl. auto, Ford '07 Explorer Eddie
31/1050 all terrian tires. Bauer, V6, 3rd row seat, Nissan '04 Xterra, 64K
120k, $9,000 OBO. 334- asking $20,975 obo, Call m., 4x4, AT, $9,800
.685-7207; 850-258-3018 34-797-4576 OBO, 334-983-4446


I Grcond.$10,500.
334-618-3332.

Ford '07 E150 Cargo
van. Contractor ready
warranty, key less
entry, $15,500 OBO 334-
796-8174.
GMC '02 Savana work
van. w/Bins & Ladder
rack. 7,500. OBO 334-
793-6305
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pass, V6, AT, AC, Rear
Air, Very clean, Exe-
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OffW the Rails



Week of distractions.leaves Edwards in a hole in NASCAR's chase


By Ralph N. Paulk
Lap by Lap


Carl Edwards knew better.
Or, at least, he should have
known that Sprint Cup title
aspirations are seldom realized
amid unnecessary distractions.
The line between success and
failure is razor thin. The slight-
est error in judgment can be
extremely costly.
The moment Edwards gripped
Kevin Harvick's throat, Edwards
choked away his own shot at the
title. He spent the balance of this
past weekend at Lowe's Motor
Speedway trying to stabilize his
emotions and his team's focus.'
But he was too far gone.
A multitude of unsettling
events including mechanical
'and mental errors on pit road -
denied him success throughout
the Bank of America 500.
Now, Edwards finds himself
168 points behind two-time
defending champion Jimmie


Johnson in the Chase foi the
Cup. That leaves him with a
steep climb with five Chase races
remaining. Practically speaking,
if Johnson doesn't have bad luck,
Edwards is eliminated.
Edwards is a smart guy. So, it's
puzzling, if not mind-boggling,
that he would sabotage his drive
for a title by failing to harness
his behavior in a sport in which
poise is indispensable.
Kyle Busch's postseason
implosion is hardly surprising.
But Edwards' meltdown stunned
many observers.
Edwards allowed Harvick to
get into his head.
After Edwards made a mistake
that triggered a wreck at
Talladega, Harvick mocked his
racing style and called him a
"pansy." When they next met at
Talladega, Edwards confronted
Harvick. The two scuffled and
had to be pulled apart.
For Edwards, this was an
unimaginable scenario when he
arrived at Talladega only 10


points off the-lead. His 39th-
place finish after the wreck at
Talladega hurt, but he was still.
in the hunt.,
But then' he let himself focus
on Harvick instead of the race
at Lowe's Motor Speedway.
Edwards finished 33rd there and
joined seven other drivers -
Busch, Harvick, Tony Stewart,
Jeff Gordon, Dale Earnhardt Jr.,
Matt Kenseth and Denny Hamlin
- with virtually no shot at the
championship
"There's only one thing to do
and that's to learn from every-
thing this week," a humbled
Edwards said. "I guarantee you.
that if I had the week to do over
again, the last seven days would
be a lot different. But you just
have to do what you think is
right at the time and move on'
after that.
"... [Saturday's] race didn't
help at all. There's no other
way to put it it's just a bad
Week." ,
Edwards can regain his focus.
L, ,


*- .- -W t ,f "0 .. -:, r. -


during this weekend's 500-lap
race at the half-mile Martinsville
Speedway. But with only Clint
Bowyer's hauler between him
and Harvick, can Edwards keep
his hands to himself long
enough to start to get himself
back in contention?
Edwards said he wants to steer
clear of further distractions.
"It seems the more I do or say
this week, the worse off I am,"
Edwards said. "I've never been
so excited to race at Martinsville
in my life.
"I'm just a passionate guy and
I stand up for what I think is
right. That's how I am That's
how I've always been and that's
just the way I'm going to con-
tinue to be."1 '. i
Edwards knows -or he should
that his unguarded passion
kept him from doing the smart
thing this past weekend..

Ralph N., Paulk is a staff writer
for the Richmond Times-Dispatch
in Virginia..' .. >


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JUHNSWN
SpiiriCup :

2.Jeff Burton 5809
3: GrO Bile.-e: 5sW.
4. Carl Edwards 5710
5. lift BdWEf&"'r5a 3
5. Kevin Harvick 5671
7 To dl 6irt-wsf
. Jeff Gordon 5633

10.Dale EamhardtJr. 5524

12. Denny Hamlin 5498
13.'i idlagid r -.3678
14. Kasey Kahne 3592
1'lir r FNeAiaria i R13
16. Brian Vickers 3282


BOWER
stiwon idr e Sores

2. Carl Edwards 4356

4. Mike Bliss 4017
eavidnlitafiitia6CTlia
6. Kyle Busch 3931
%suikFflattidrtr4880
8. Mike Wallace ,3633
wacofrutsiw essres
10. Marcos Ambrose 3574

12. David Stremme 3446
13fXKellyBiral'ais-W V a
14. Steve Wallace 3216
16. Ken1HWalfface 2789
16. Kenny Wallace 2789


18. Kurt Busch 3176 18. Scott Wimmer 2675
Bobby Labonte 3095 20. Brad Coleman 2271
20. Bobby Labonte 3095 20. Brad Coleman 2271


TUMS QuikPak 500
* Where: Martinsville Speedway
(Martinsville, Va.)
* When: Oct. 19,1 p.m. EST
* On their: ABC
* Distance: 500 laps, 267 miles
* Track qualifying record: Tony Stewart,
98.084 mph, 2005
* Track race record: Jeff Gordon, 82.223 mph,
1996
* 2007 winner: Jimmnii Jo.hnr:,r
Martinsvlle Speedway
-' , .' .. .


* Track 0.526-mile oval
* Banking: 12 degrees, turns; 800 feet,
frontstretch; 800 feet, backstretch
Nationwide Series
Race: Kroger on Track for the Cure 250
presented by the Southern Dodge Dealers
(Memphis Motorsports Park, Memphis, Tenn.)
When: Oct. 25, 3 p.m. EST
On the air: ESPN Classic

WWk's HOk Mark Martin.Who knows what he
could have done if he had raced full-time this
season? He has five top-10 finishes in his past six
starts, including a ninth-place finish in the Bank of
America 500.

WO'S NWt- Casey Mears. He has a good car, so
it's puzzling.that he hasn't finished better than 14th
in the past 14 races. He led 29 laps at Talladega,
but who didn't lead during that wild race?


'"W "Let's just give up the
lap. We'll get that Lucky Dog, trust me."
-Jeff Gordon to crew chief Steve Letarte
after hitting the wall forthe second time
early in the Bankof America 500.


NASCAR Notes B by Hutchens settling in to new role at rebounding DEI


eff Burton, at 41, vs. 23-year-old Kyle
Busch and 29-year-old Carl Edwards
and 33-year-old Jimmie ohnson, and
even 39-year-old Greg Biffle, is decided-
ly the veteran in this season's champi-
onship Chase.
"Someone asked me about age -
why I pick drivers--well, not in their
golden years but in their good years I call
them," car owner Richard Childress said
of Burton. "But Dale Eamhardt in 2000 fin-.
ished second [in the title race] and he
was 49. And we were going to win the
championship the following year.
"Age is only in your mind. If you take
care of your body, c ui rrin-d .-.ill be
good.".

Jimmie Johnson, rarely a man to
show his emotions, was hot at the
end of Saturday's race at Lowe's Motor
Speedway at not being able to take
advantage of what looked like a great
opportunity to break open the Chase.
'We had to take a lot of chances...
and I don't like putting myself in that
situation," Johnson said.
"Almost lost the car at times.
"That frustration of being on pins
and needles trying to run as hard as
you can, but watching positions slip ...
all just keeps adding up.
"The last third of the race it was like
that. So I've got a good hour of being
upset in me. May take a while to get it
out of my system."


Ten miles or so on back roads from Lowe's
Motor Speedway lies the new Dale Earnhardt
Inc. East, as distinguished from Dale .
Earnhardt's famous GarageMahal, now DEI
West, over toward the Earnhardt family farm
Bobby Hutchens sits at his new desk inside
this purposely nondescript, highly secretive
200,000-square-foor complex jammed with
race cars, engines and a staff of 400. He punch-
es the "expand" button on his large
LCD screen and points to the clear-
ly defined green-and-yellow paint
scraps from Tony Stewart's left-
rear quarter panel on the right-
front bumper of Regan Smith's
Talladega Chevy.
That, plus video of the final
moments of the AMP Energy 500 at
Talladega on Oct. 5 and the dueling
between Stewart and DEI rookie
Smith for the win, would seem to
make clear the point that NASCAR '
called the wrong winner at
Talladega, that Smith did make the Mi
winning move legally, that Stewart
did force Smith below the yellow
line.
But the argument is not being waged at DEI -
the race is history, the call made but by rivals
questioning NASCAR's thinking in interpreting
the out-of-bounds rule for Talladega and
Daytona.
Smith, when bopped by Stewart, should have
simply stayed on the gas and held his line -
and caused a major pileup at the front of the
pack. That's the argument being made by some
drivers.


Let's ask Dale Earnhardt Jr., who won at
Talladega a few years ago with a pass clearly
below the yellow line, a no-call by NASCAR..
"It is unclear as to what is exactly 'being
forced below it,' Earnhardt said of the yellow
line. "In my opinion, Regan Smith was forced
below the line. Regan was on the inside of
Tony, and he had no other choice tlfan to
move away from Tony, and that sends him
below the line.
"In my opinion, Regan wins the
race."
S "Maybe it's a good idea to sit down
Sand really go over it and have
some people that have the guts to
Stand up and ask some questions..:."
For Hurchens, the 20-year engi-
neering boss at Richard Childress
S Racing who is now heading the refor-
matting of DEI, it's history. It's good
PR t'or the job at hand finding a
S sponsor for Smith's team for next
season so DEI can keep Smith.
Mulhem Hutchens' move from Childress'
LapbyLap Winston-Salem, N.C., shops wasn't
expected when it came in late
August. "Richard and Teresa [Earnhardt] talked
to me about coming over here and trying to
help them sort out things. They didn't really
have anybody in this position My title is vice
president of competition, but it's broaderthan
just that.
"When I walked in arid saw all the equipment
and tools they have, and the people, and the
racers, it's all here to compete and win races,
and hopefully compete for a championship. It's
going to be a challenge to put all that together.".


Suinchens has been praising Smith even
. before Talladega for some remarkable work his
'rookie season first, keeping his team in the
top 35 in points, to guarantee starting spots,
and, second, avoiding ticking off rivals and
pausing crashes Smith drives clean and hard
and gets the job done.
''Regan's situation has been particularly
tough: they've changed crew chiefs a couple
rimes, they've changed crews. And he knew all
along that if he fell out of the top 35, he might
not have a ride.
-"After all he's done for us, it would be a tragedy
for him not to be back in this car in a DEI car
-next year."
Re-signing Smith and picking up a new
sponsor aren't Hutchens' only jobs. The big
one is to ensure that the equipment is fast
and solid. The biggest job, though, Hutchens
said is providing "some TLC." Morale has
been down at DEI, and Hutchens has been
working on the rebound..
"The biggest thing right'now is moral support,"
he said. "They've got an awesome team here.
DEI, as a company, has a lot of good people.,
They've got a lot of racers in the company ....
"There are a lot of things that are just awe-
some with this company Ou' biggest issue is
trying to find sponsors right now; that' our No.
1 goal. and hopefully keeping Regih.ie're lie's
Done a great job for.our coriipany Ifl would
have been pretty neat for our sport last week
for him to have.that W". ...

Mike Mulhern has scored NASCARfor 35 years
at the Winston-Salem Journal in North Carolina.


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