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BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
'FromloiN STAFF WRITER
Defense attorney Walter Smith
called several witnesses
Wednesday whose testimony
could strengthen Wesley
Williams' chances with jurors
who will deliberate on the four
murder charges he faces.
Since the witnesses' statements
were not always .pinpointed by
Smith as evidence of other possi-
ble motives in the case, jurors
may have some'work to do in fig-
uring out just h2,w the scei~arios
play into the defense. .
See DEFENSE, Page SA >
BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FL.ORIDAN ST'AFFl WRITER
Testimony concluded late
Wednesday in the quadruple mur-
der trial of Wesley Jonathan af
Williams, with his girlfriend
Bridgette Kelly the last witness
Williams is accused of killing
ex-giirlfriend Danielle Baker and
her three young sons, two of
whom he fathered. The bodies of
Baker, three-week old ~Aaron,
one-year-old A~marion and nearly
four-year-old Ahmaad were
found at Balger's dwelling at
Cottondale Village A~partments in .
Marianna on Sept. 17, 2005.
Ahmaad and Amarion
belnh en noBake and Wila
are schdule no ninm aon 8
Jurors will not start deliberat-
ing the case until Friday morning,
Because no limit has been setBrdetKel sentoa esonutohr yrocurLrr
for either lawyer in their closings, Basirdee -el Makistnn oaqer Floidn p t e rocur ay
and because they could potentially Ba~r.- a Sin Frdn
talk about all 69 witnesses who
were called at trial, Circuit Judge Bill Wright antic- the children for three main reasons: he didn't want
ipates that each could argue as long as two hours. to pay the child support she was seeking, he resent-
He said he thought it would be better for the jury ed. her meddling in his personal affairs regarding
to begin fresh Friday, rather than starting~ delibera- other women, and he blamed her for his troubles
tions late Thursday and, perhaps having to be with the IRS.
sequestered at a motel overnight. To refute those claims, Smith called Bridgette
Defense attorney Walter Smith spent Wednesday Kelly late Wednesday afternoon.
morning building scenarios he hopes will fortify She testified that Williams had often helped
reasonable doubt in the minds of the jurors. His Baker and loved all his children. For instance, he
presentation hinted at a variety of motives that paid to have Baker's lights turned on when she and
would move suspicion away from his client.
The state asserted that Williams killed Baker and See GIRLFRIEND, Page SA >
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in the tug-of-war competition at the;alnnual Chipola College Fall Festival Wednesday. -~ Mark Skinner / Florida'n
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Another great fall day.
will be announced. Refreshments served.
October 5- Monday
*The Sneads Carlisle Rose Garden Club
meets at the Log Cabin` in Sneads for its reg-
ular meeting. Business meeting at 10 a.m.,
followed by a Dutch treat luneh at Pappy
* The Southeastern Community Blood
Center mobile unit will be at Movie Gallery in
Marianna, 11 a.m.-3 p.m., or you can donate
blood at the center, 2503 Commercial Park
Drive in Marianna, Monday through Friday, 9
a.m. to 6 p.m. Call 526-4403.
*The board of AARP Chapter No. 3486
meets at 1:30 p.m. in the Marianna library.
*The Jackson Cou~nty AdultEducation
School Advisory Council' meets at 2 p.m. in
the ~Jacktson Coultyi Annex TApBT Test Center,
4294 Liddon St. Call 482-9617.
*The monthly Sneads Athletic Club (SAC)
meeting begins at 5 p.m. at Pappy Tom's in
Sneads, to~ discuss the future of the club.
Open to members and those wishing to join.
Call 663-4528 or 592-1906.
S*The Jacktson County Democratic Party~
meets at 6 p.m. in the Jackson County Board-
of Commissioners' offices. Call 482-5943 or
*Marianna High School Senior Sc~holarship
Night is 5:3046:30 p.m. in the medji center.
*The City of Jacob's regular council~ meet-
ing begins at 7 p.m. Call 263-6636.
*Alcoholics Anonymous has an ppen meet-
ing each Meniday, from 8 to 9 p..m., at the First
Uriited Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna. Meet in the AA roorn.
October 6 Tuesday
The Southeastern Community BIodd
Center mobile unit will be at Njorthjwest
Florida Community Hospital in Chipley, 10
a.m.-3 p.m., or you can donate blood at the
center, ~2503 Commercial Park: Drive irr
Marianna, Monday through Friday,~ 9 a.m:to 6
p.m. Call 526-4403.
()[timist Club of Jackson County meets
every first and third TuT~esday, at noon, in Jim's
Buffet and Grillin Marianna.
*Christine. Gilbert teaches free quilting, cro-
cheting or knitting classes Tuesdays at 1
p.m., at the Jackson County Senior Citizens
center, 2931 .Optimist Drive; Marianna. Call
*The Jackison County Fair -is Oct. 6-10.
Gates open at 5 p.m.; midway rides start at 6
p.m. .Gate admission is $5 per -persohl all
week; babies in arms get in free. Arm bands
available, Free ~circus on the midway nightly.
Tuesday: Swine Showmanship Contest at 1
p.ni.; Swine Sale at 6:30 p.m. Call 482-3744.
Hope School' PTO and School Adlvisory
Council meets at 6 p.m. in the new cafeteria.
Light refreshments served.
*Alcoholics Anonymous has an open meet-
ing Tuesdays, 8 to 9. p.m., at the First United
Methodist Church, 2901 Cgledonia St.,
Marianna. Meet in the. AA room.
October 1 -Thursday
*Covenant Hospice offers its free monthly
support group for caregivers of Alzheimer's
the first Thursdaylof every month, 9 to 10
a.m. at the Marianna office, 4440 Lafayette
St., across from the courthouse. Lig-ht
refreshments will be served. Registration
required; call 482-8520 or 888-817-2191.
The Covenant Hospice free~ monthly sup-
port group for caregivers of Alzheimer's
meets 10-11 a.m. at 4440 Lafayette St. in the
old Danleyr Building across from the court-
house, on the firstThursday of every month.
No COst. Registration required. Light refresh-
ments served. Call 482-8520 or (888) 817-
SThe Panhandle Area Health Network
Community Advisory Council meets at 11:30
a.m. in .Jackson Hospital's. cafeteria class-
r00m. Those concerned about quality of
health education/care in Jackson, Calhoun,
Liberty, Washington and/or Holmes County is
welcome. Dutch-treat meal from cafeteria
Selections. Call 482-7671.
The Florida School Boards Association is
conducting master board training for Jackson
COUnty Schopl Board members and the
superintendent of schools, 4-8 p.m. in the
Bank of Jackson County in Graceville.
*The Florida ~'High `School Athletic
Association Urban/Rural Committee hosts a
. public forum, 4:30-6:30 p.m. at the Marianna
High School auditorium. The FHSAA encour-
ages member schools' to send a representa-
tive to address issues such as attendance
boundaries, open enrollment, foreign student
eligibility requirements and guidelines, and
the potential for illegal recruiting of student-
Ted Wallt VFW Post 12046 meets at 6 p.m.
in the old seniors' building. Call 272-6084.
The. William Dunaway Chapter, Florida
Society,' Sons of the American Revolution
meets at Jim's Buffet and Grill, with the Dutch
treat meal at 6:30 p.m.-tGuest speaker: Retired
Air Force lMajor Lucious B. "Cap" Pooser.
Anyone interested in the SAR is welcome. Call
Grieving Parents Support Grotip meets
the first Thursday of each month, at 7 p.m., in
the Eastside 'Baptist Church Fellowship Hall.
Anyone experiencing grief due to the loss of a
child, regardless of the age of the child, is
welcome. Refreshments provided. Call 526-
5618 or 573-0535.
Alcoholics Anonymous meets Thursdays
for a closedd discussion," 8 to 9 p.m., at the
First. United Methodist Church, 2901
Caledonia St., Marianna. Meet in the AA
100m. Attendance is limited to persons with a
desire to stop drinking.
October 2 Friday
Jackson County Chamber~of Commerce
First Friday Power Breakfast and Speaker
Series is 7-8:45 a.m. in the Jackson County.
Agriculture Confe~rence Center, 2741
Pennsylvania Ave., Marianna. Speaker C.
Marvin Scott, president, Superior Bancorp
and Superior Bank, will discuss "The Banking
Industry: The mess it's in, and what's being
'done to fix it." .
*The Southeastern Community Blood
Center mobile unit will be at the Chipley Wal.-
Mart, 10 a.m.-2 p.m., or you can donate
blood at the center, 2503 Commercial Park
Drive in Marianna, Monday through Friday, 9
a.m. to 6 p.m. Call 526-4403.
,* The Jackson County. Development
Council Inc. offers the technical and educa-
tional workshop, Steps to Starting a Small
Business, 1-4 p.m. in the Nearing Court
Office Building Upstairs Conference Room,
2840 Jefferson St., Marianna. Cost: $15 per
person, due in advance. Reservations
required; call 526-4005. Registration closes
at 5 p.m., two days before class.
*Alcoholics Anonymous has an open
meeting Fridays, 8 to 9 p.m., at the First
United Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia
St., Mariarina. Meet in 'the AA room.
October 3 Saturday
*The Jackson County Habitat for Humanity
Warehouse will be open two extra days for its
special-sale pick-up truck or car load for
$50 --- S~ept.. 30-Oct. 3. Hours are
Wednesday-Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.; and
Saturday, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Call 482-7997.
*Tips for Tiaras .Northwest Florida
..Queens will bag groceries for.tips, 10 a.m. to
2 p.m. at Winn Dixie. Donations collected will
help offset travel and medical costs fo'r can-
car fighter Brandi Purvis.
*Blountstown's Panhandle Pioneer
Settlement celebrates its 20th anniversary at
3 p.m. witti a- special ceremony, mass com-
munity choir, and country buffet meal. Visit
wwrw.ppmuseum.org, or call 850-674-2777.
*Alcoholics Anonymnous, has an open
meeting. Saturdays,"4:30 to 5:30 p.m., at the
First United Methodist Chu~rch, 2901
Caledonia St., Marianna. Meet in the AA
*The Jackson County Farmer~s' Market is
open Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays,
6:30 a.m. until all fregh produce is sold out,
in the courthouse parking lot in Marianna.
The market is a state certified farmers' mar-
ket accepting FMNP/WIC and Elder affairs
SOctober 4 Sunday
S*The McClain family reunion starts at 10
a.m, in the Alford Community Center. Bring
Bats and gloves for the ball tourney; and gifts'
for the ticket table. Call 482-6651 or 209-
*There will be' a Project Graduation, meet-
ing for parents: of Sneads Hig'h School sen-
lors, 2:30 p.m; in the SHS library.
*The Irene V. Blaine Memorial Scholarship
committee wvill have a program at Magnolia
A.M.E. Church~, 3802 Missouri Road,
,Marianna, at 3 p.m. Thie Rev. Steve Marshall
will speak, and the first scholarship recipient
theft, worthless checks.
Felicia Bontrager, 32,
1805 Dewitt. Drive,
Panama Ci'ty, sale of con-
trolled substance (meth).
'To report a crime, ctill
CrimcStoppers at 526--
To report a wildife vio-
lation, call 1-888-404-
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Th'e Marianna Police
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dents for ----q--e2
Sept. 29, the g
latest avail- -i
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'One suspi- -------
son, one mentally ill per-
son, two disturbances,
one burglar alarm, one
report of shooting in the
area, two larceny com-
plaints, three civil dis-
putes, one juvenile com-
plaint, one animal com-
plaint, three assists of
other agencies, two public
service calls, two patrol
requests and 12 traffic
The Jackson County
Sheriff's Office listed the
following incidents for
Sept. 29, the latest, avail-
able report: Four aban-
doned vehicles, one
alarm, one animal control
complaint, one burglary,
one disturbance, two
escobrts, one juvenile colt-
plaint, two larceny com-
plaints, one prowler, three
public service calls, one
retail theft, one suspicious
incident, one threat, one
pirsoner' transport, two
two warrant arrests and
one reckless driver.
~The following people
were~ booked into the
colanty jail during the lat-
est reporting pjeriods:
James Gordon, 29,
2989 Paront Road, Grand
Ridge, robbery by sudden
Brandie Burde~tt, 26,
2984 Vicki Drive,
Marianna, fugitive from. 17
justice (Georgia), retitil
Sept. Oct. Oct.
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On Monday, Sept. 28, Colleen M. Duris, Vice Governor
of District 3 spoke to Altrusa International of Marianna.
She was introduced by Vice President Donna
Paramore. Duris brought the club up to date on the
things that are gomng on at the district and national lev-
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potle through panel and
one-on-one interviews with
the scholarship pageant
judges; evening wear .com-
petition; verbal communi-
cation on stage; and enter-
taining guests with dance
Contestants will also be
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Spectators can view the
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3. Both events start at 6:30
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Rachel, daughter of
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Rachel Pelt, reigning
Miiss Sncads, will compete
fo~r the title of Miss
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other young women.fr~om
thie tri-state area Oct. Ito 3
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During their three-day
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Joyce Riley brings Bubba
- the squirrel she rescued
and is caring for -- to visit
with Vickey Conver's K4
Sndads High School hosts
a Project Graduation meet-
ing for parents of Sneads
seniors on Sunday, Oct. 4, at
2:30 p.m. in the high school
library. To provide contact
information for upcoming
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the rally with several spe-
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real estate presenting train.
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being national Open House
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her children moved from.Sneads Baker, a few days before she evening. She had fixed a friend's before the killings are believed to statements about the-income tax
to Marianna. He would often pro- died, revealed to Kelly that hair, cooked a meal and invited a have occurred. matter.
vide other things Baker needed, Williams was allegedly involved few people over to share dinner. Kelly testified that Williams The IRS was seeking reim-
Kelly testified. with another woman in the neigh- Under intense cross-examina- came home to Sneads before 3 bursement for a refund Williams
Ite'lly said she often took Baker boring community of tion by prosecutorLarry Basford, a.m., but acknowledged that, got when he claimed Baker's
places she needed td go, some- Sweetwater, in the Bristol area. Kelly stuck to her story on every when sh~e learned~ of the cell daughter as his dependent in the
times at the direct 'request of .Kelly .acknowledged that point. phone record and asked him why early 2()00s. The little girl, who
W~illiams. Baker,,she and another woman Basford tried to get her to he'd been in Marianna, he hadn't was found unharmed in the Baker
As for the. children, she said, were on a three-way call that admit she was upset that told her. apartment the morning her family
Williams had Ahniaad's name night. Kelly and relative of the Williams. was seeing other Basford also pressed her about was slain, belonged to another
tattooed on his arm and was a other woman talked about women, and that he'd fathered the child support issue. man,
solid presence throughout the Williams going to see the woman Amarion and a child by another Kelly maintained Williams Kelly .testified. Baker and
boy's short life. 'the Sunday before Baker was woman during their relationship. never got notice that the Williams worked ouitthat scheme
When he. learned five months killed. They described the clothes But that woman, Jessica Department of Revenue was together and that Baker had pro-
after Amarion's birth that he was he was wearing, as Kelly listened Godwiil, backed Kelly up on that seeking child support for vided the child's Social Security
the father 'of that child as well, in. .point ivhen Basford recalled her Ahmaad and Amatioli. number in order to make it hap-'
~Kelly testified, Williams simIiply Kelly said, however, that she in his rebuttal after the defense She acknowledged that a pen.
`said he wasn't surprised. ,didn't discuss that disclosure .rested. deputy came looking for him They split the refund, she said,
Kelly said she wasn't sur- with Williams, Godwin said Kelly went to her once at her home, and that.she'd with Baker receiving about
prisedl, either, even though she' Kelly said she and Baker had a workplace and told her she was- lied about the fact that he lived $1,000.
and Williams were in a relation- friendly relationship throughout n't upset about Godwin and there. Kelly said Baker couldn't be
ship when Baker's child was con- the years, and talked almost daily. Williams having a child together. She told the officer Wiliiams blamed for that, since Williams
ceived. In fact, she said, they talked on Basford also asked Kelly about had moved to Tallahassee, when took the step of his own accord.
"It was no secret' that he was the phone the night before Baker Williams whereabouts on! Sept. in fact he was staying with her. She said Williams conceded
fooling around," Ke~lly said. "He was killed. She said Baker 16, 2005, and the early morning But she denied the deputy had that he owed the tax debt and had
did his thing. and I pretty much seemed happy and unworried in hours of Sept. 17, the day Baker's told her he was there to serve the resigned himself to having the
did what I wanted to. There w~as that conversation. . body was found. child support papers, although IRS take roughly $5,000 out of
no reason for me to be upset with Other witnesses had also Cell phone records indicate the officer had earlier testified he" his future tax rebates.
Danielle." ~ described Baker's last night as a Williams' phone connected with did tell her that was why he'd Williams spent more time on
Smith also questioned her- carefree one. It was something of a tower near Baker's home in the come. the stand than any other witness
about Williams reaction when a "girls night in" ;at her home that early hours of Sept. 17, shortly Her testimony also included presented at the trial.
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Della Barnes, a neighbor
who lived' just across the
commons from Danielle
Baker was called to testify
that she also had three
youilg children when
Baker was killed.
She talked about the dis-
pute she'd had with a for-
mer boss a~t Dozier School
for Boys,` -Richard
.Singleton. Her allegation
that Singleton had placed
his hands on fier during a
disciplinary action led to
his dismissal from his job.
Barnes arrived at work that
day to find Singleton com-
plaining about the condi-
tion of the work area. She
said he slapped her hands
from her pockets as ~he
demanded that she take her
Solie further explained that
Singleton had offered no
hostile action before the
Smith also called Perry
Johnson to the stand.
Johnson testified about his
getting acquainted with
Danielle Baker approxi-
mately a week before she
John'Son said on Sept.
16, 2005, a few days after
th~ir initial introduction,
he went to her home at her
invitation around 3 a.m in
the morning. He. said he
stayed and talked with her
until around noon the next
day. He snuck out of her
apartment when one of his
relatives, a friend of Baker,
got out of a truck that had
pulled into the parking lot
and started walking toward
her door. He said he didn't
want his girlfriend to know
he'd visited Baker.
Johnson's name had
come up in another wit-
ness' testimony earlier in
the trial. That witness said
he'd accompanied Johnson
to buy drugs in Miami
some ,time before the
killings, and that Johnson
owed the seller some
money for the "fronted"
cocaine he'd picked up.
Johnson refuted that tes-
timony, saying the man
never went with him to
Miaimi, and that he hadn't
bought any drugs on credit.
Basford, in cross-exam-
ining Johns~on, established
that Johnson and Baker
were not so well acquaint-
ed that, if someone were
looking for Johnson, they
would go to her apartment
to look for him.
Smith also called anoth-
er of Baker's neighbors.
Adrianne Barnes testified
that, a couple of days
before Baker was killed'
she'd seen a man walking
in an agitated manner and
smoking a cigarette in an
area that lies between their
A week before that, she
said, she'd seen Baker
talking~ with two men at
Closing arguments are set
to begin this morning at.10
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Hom M~a F ~hpel
4278 Lafa ette St.
Marianna, 3L 2446
Smith called another
witness who worked with
that same agency to
explain further. Jeff Solie
said Singleton showed up
at a superior's office after
he was fired, wanting to
:-know why he was dis-
When Singleton arrived
at the office, Solie testi-
fied, the superior grabbed
Solie and moved hits to
stand between the superior
The witness said he
escorted Singleton from
the premises after the
supervisor took that action.
On cross examination by
prosecutor Larry Basford,
her door, with money in Leithal Blair, 97, of Ma-
her hand. rianna died Monday, Sept.
The: defense rested late 28, 2009, in Marianna.
Wednesday afternoon. A native of Dade City,~
.Mrs. Blair had resided in
SMarianna for the past 65
years. She was a licensed
Continued From Page 1A practical course; an or-
dained minister for the
wasn't involved in this h~orri- past 65 years, assisting her
ng, gnd Ithink he proved his late husband, the Rev.
nce today In court. My son. George H. Blair, until re-
istreated, and he nearly had ~tirement; and a member of
ou's breakdown, over it all," the 'Eastside .Assembly of
id. He didn't even know God Church.
le Baker. He had nothing' to She was pi~eceded in
h any of it, no matter what death by her husband of 72
ly ivas telling. His own babyr years, the Rev. George H.
6 days old when this hap- Blair; and her parents, Edg-
and there's no way he could ar and Minnie Merritt
e life of a child." Ove~rstreet.
doubts he could ever come Survivors include two
lere and live comfortably, sons, Garland Blair and
Shis being cleared of the wife Glenda, of Clarksville,
, and she resents the shadow Tenn., and Randall H. Blair
.s been cast over his life in of Bonifay; two daughters,
~tter. J acquelyn Kirkland and
:ad, she said, he's been get- husband John, of Marian-
education in prison and has na, and Yielka Graham of
o start a new life far from Millis,~ Mass.; one sister,
hen he gets out. Hopefully, Vera Tomlinson of Tamnpa;'
d, that will be in Jaliuary of a sister-inl-law, Ollie Maude
:ar. -Presley of Milt on; 16 grand-
children; 32 great-grand
children; two great-great-
grandchildren; and a host
~~~ of nieces and nephews.
TIhe furieral service will
- - be 10 a.m.; Friday, Oct. 2, at
-- the Eastside Assembly of
- *God Church with the Revs.
* *Rudy Prescott, Jack Howell
*and Bobjby Thlompson offi-
S citing. Interment will fol-
- low at Pineerest Memorial
Gardens Cemetery with
James & Sikes Funeral
-Home Maddox Chapel di-
roviders r2et6 .n
Thursday, Oct. 1, at Maid-
- dox Chapel.
Danielle Baker and her children,
Keys' mother said she felt like her
son had finally gotten his day in
court and a chance to clear his
Shortly after the killings, .law
enforcement authorities learned
that Keys and a~ companion had
been at Cottondale Village
Apartments in the early morning
hours of Sept. 17, 2005, the day
Baker was killed in the complex.
His picture and' a photograph of
the other man were widely circu-
lated as authorities tried to find and
He turned himself in after learn- ~
ing that they were looking ~for him.
Keys, currently doing a stretch
in Colorado on a drug offense, tes-
tified Wednesday about what he
was dohig at the spartmerits that
He said he'd been there to visit a
resident of the complex, Ashley
Mihlfield partially backed hirt1
up on that testimony, saying he
appeared at her door around 3}:36
a.m that morning. He came in and
used the restroom while his friend
waited outside. The two then left.
Their stories diverged slightly ori
certain Ipoints, such as whether
Keys had been invited to show up
there at that time of morning..
. Keys said he was hoping for
more than friendship, while
Mihlfield said that's all she ever-
had in mind. She sdid he told her
he needed a place to chill and hang
SKeys' said he knew from
Mihlfield's behavior that he wasn't
welcome at that hour, and left the
complex. He said he'd been at the
bowling alley in Marianna, playing
pool earlier, had one to Malone to
drop a friend off, and come back to
Marianna becatise he was still rest-
Mihlfield said he appeared nerir-
ous .and "sweaty" when he turned
up at her door,
He maintains he was calm and
just looking to spend some time
Keys mother, Anita Crawford,
said after her son's appeararice in
court Tuesday that she felt her
son's name had been "slandered"
from coast to coast in the. early
days of the investigation. His pic-
ture appeared on national news ,
including ('NN. ,
She said she ~hop~ed his calm
demeanor in court Tuesday would
.put suspicion to rest about her son,
and that she believes he presented
himself as a believable and truthful
"I knew from the get-go that my
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6A Thursday, October 1, 2009 Jackson County Floridan
1. Title of publication: Jackson
County Floridan 2. Publication
number: 271840. 3. Date of fil-
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of issue: Daily and Sunday
except Monday and Saturday. 5.
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security holders owning or hold-
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other securities: None. 15. Extent
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A MEDIA GENERAL NEWSH~PER
BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EurroR
After posting their most impressive and
important victory of the season over
Walton, the Marianna Bulldogs will try to
keep the ball rolling Friday night on the
Bulldogs take on Liberty County a week
after rallying for a dramatic 37-30 over-
time win over the Walton Braves. The win
kept Marianna alive in the district and
playoff race a8nd Marianna coach Steve
DeWitt said he hoped it wguld be at tilrnm-
ing point in the season.
"Yeah,. it really does carry over, espe-
cially to win like that in overtime and it
being: a district game," the coach said. "It
was a very important game, and the most
important thing to me was to see that the
kids never quit. They could've quit down
by eight with a minute left, but the kids
took it upon themselves to fight back.
'"They played four quarters and came
put on top. I think that big win right there
should carry us on the rest of the year."
The win came at a most critical time for
the Bulldogs, who were sluggish in their
*opening wins over Cottondale and
Graceville before losing to Bay at hompe,'
and were on the verge of falling behind: in
district as well.
"If we would've lost that game, I don't
know how the kids would've responded,"
DeWitt said. "For us to make that last
drive to win the game like we did, I think
it's the start of a new season. I hope so'
Marianna will need to keep that momen-
tum gomng on Friday, with a loss potential-
ly taking the wind 'out of .the.Bulldogs'
sails before theit Oct. .9 district showdown ~
with Pensacola Catholic.
"I think we need to win, no doubt,"
DeWitt said of Friday's game.~ "We just
need to keep winning and getting better.
"From week to week, it's getting
tougher. Yottlook at our schedule and how
it's setting up, it gets tougher each week. I ~
honestly believe Liberty County will be a
better football team than Waltonl, and then.
it gets harder from ther~e."
Liberty County (2-1) has posted
Marianna ~running back Tre Jackson (4) stiff-arms a walton defender during a game Sept. 25.in Marianna. The Bulldogs won
that game 37-30 Tin overtime, and hits the road Fridayr night to take on Liberty County. Floridan File Photo
Catholic. But DeWitt said he believed his
team was focused this week.
"They know when the district games
are, our kids do," he said. "Part of coach-
ing is to try to keep them focused from
week to week.
"But this is a funny group of kids. They
don't ever seem to be looking down -the
road, just week to week. That's a good
thing to have as a team."
blowout wins over Maclay and Bozeman,
losing last week to Port St. Joe 20-12.
DeWitt said his team will'need to bring
its "'A" game to defeat the home Bulldogs.
S"I think that Liberty County will be a
very physical football team," the coach
said. "They like to run.the power game,
they'll be` big and physical, aind we're
going to have to really play* well to .beat .
DeWitt said his .primary concern was
containing Liberty County's senior quar-
terback Terrance Evans.
S"He's a pretty good athlete, so we have
to definitely stop him to win," the coach
said. "They like to run the option with
him, and they're big up front and strong,
just a very physical team."
Another concern for the Bulldogs could
be avoiding looking ahead to Pensacola
BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPouRs EDITOR
The Marianna Middle School
Bullpups stormed out to a big
lead early and coasted to a 52-0
victory qver the 'Cottondale
Hornets Tuesday night in
Marianna. .- .
Jock Wooden and Shaundre
McAroy each scored two touch-
downs for- the Bullpups, who
improved to 4-0 with the victory.
The Hornets fell to 1-2 with
the loss. Cottondale tr ed toi
come up, with' some trickery?
early on with a halfback pass. on
the .first play from scrimmage.
But Marianna's Derrick
Knowles intercepted the pass to
set the Bullpups' up at inidfield.
After a. 30-yard run -by
Wooden, McAroy took it in
from 20 yards out for the first
score of the game.
Wooden converted the two-
point play to put MMS up 8-0
just two minutes into the game.
McAroy scored again ~on the
Bullpups' next possession to
make it 14-0, where it remained
at the end of the first period.
MMS got on the board in the
second, quarter on a 35-yard
touchdown pass from Justin
Klotz to Kyle Tan~ner, with
Wooden adding the two-point
play for a 22-0 edge.
Wooden added twro more
scores for the Bullpups in the
second quarter to put MMS up
36-0 at the half.
SBackup MMS quarterback
Teon Long added a 40-yard TD
run in the third quarter for the
MMS coach Hunter Nolen
said he was happy with his
team's performance and the
"We had a huge crowd, so I
want to thank the Cottondale
people and the Marianna peo-
ple," the coach said.' "It was just
a good night." ..
The Bullpups beat the Hornets
10-0 -in last year's game in
Cottondale. Nolen said his team
was more focused and prepared
for the Hornets this time around.
"Last year, we were looking
ahead to another game and
Cottondale: surprised us," the
coach said, "They ~, probably
should've won the. game last
year because they played better
"This year, we~ didn't overlook
Marianna Middle Sc~hool's Shaundre McAroy ~(1) runs with the
football mna game against Cottondale Tuesdayi night in
Marianna. Mark Skinner/Floridan
them. The guys came in ready to
play and wanted to make anoth-
er ~statement. Think they did a
Next up; for the Bu~llpups is the
game they've had circled on the
calender all year.
On Oct. 6, Marianna hits the
~road to take on River Springs,
which ended the Bullpups'
dreams of a third straight unde-
feated season last year.
"We're pumped up for that as
coaches and players. We''r~e
ready to get to them," Nolen
said. ''I hope we can get some
revenge on,them for endmngour
perfect record for last year.l' .
SRiver Sprmngs is also 4L-0 this
season, and Nolen said he! knows
his team ~will be in for another
"'They're quick and well'
coac~hed, and they've got a great
reputation for fopqtball at every
level out there," die coach said.
"I hope we can ~get the job
BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTs EDITOR
The Grand Ridge Indians
moved to 3-1 on the season with
a 14-8 win over Vernon Tuesday
night In Sneads. .
W'ay ne Driggers rushed for one
touchdown and pnassd for'anorh-
er to lead the Indians. :
With the 'win, the .Iidiais
improved to' 2-1 in conference
playi. They one game remaining
against Bonifay Oct. 6 iteSneads.
Driggers got the Indians on the
board' first with a 50-yard run in
the first quarter for a 6-0 lead.
Vernon tied the game in the
second period on a 40-yard pass
play, with the two-point conver-
Grand Ridge took the lead in
the second quarter when Driggers
found Darius Williams for a 40-
yard TD pass.
Driggers then converted the
two-point play for a 14-6 lead. .
Ven on scake IDrlgers in h
quarter. But the Yellowjackets
weren't able to get the final score
to win the game. .
Vernon had one last chance
from the Grand Ridge 30-yard
line, but a Hail Mary pass was
intercepted -by Williams: to. end
It was the exclamation point to
a great performance by the
Indians' defense, which drew
praises from GRMS coach Ken
"Our defense was pretty strong
this game. The defense showed
themselves well," the coach said.
"We didn't have as many missed
tackles a~s we had been having.
"I think I was definitely more
confident with the defense on the
field than I was the offense. They
did a'lpretty good job."
SDriggers finished the game 3-
of-4 passing for 62 yards with the
TD and an interception. He added
62 rushing yards on 1L1 carries.
Williams caught all three pass-
es from Driggers.
SIt was a tale of two halves for
See GRMS, Page 2B >
Grand Ridge quarterback Wayne Driggers (15) gets tackled by
a Vernon defender during a game Tuesday_ bright in Sneads.
Grand Ridge won the game 14-8. Mark Skmnher/Floridan
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MHS looks to build on win
top Altha in
SBY SHELIA MADER
The Marianna High: School
volleyball team tasted a little bit
of reveilge Tuesday tiight as they
beat the Lady ~Wildcats of Altha
by in three- straight games~ in
Game one was a 25-19 victory,
while it took overtime in game
.two for a 26-24 win. Game three
was a` rematch of game one end-
ing 25-19 to secure the victory.
'Offensively, the Lady Bulldogs
were led bly Eton Milton wiith 16
service points and four ~aces, fol-
Slowed by Cayce Griffin with -15
serves. Ciara Harn recorded 11
.serves with three aces, while
Meghan Hinson had 10 serves
\iith four aces. On the board with
S11 serves and one ace~was Taffany
~::Defensively, it` was Sharhae
Williams' night, as she recorded
21 spikes, eight kills with five
.Michelle Bassin was on the
:board with 19 Spikes and eight
kills, followed by Ham with eiglit
spikes -and three kills. Eron
Milton pied'i ups~n ,',:R, ; 2""one block.
B~assia with 18.
-'he LaadelBuHldo are Chk
a match up! against the Bay High
Lady Tornados on Thursday
:M HlSgo If team
BY BSHIELIA MADER
After the cancellation of four
matches due to rain, the Marianna
High golf team managed to com-
plete two matches this week.
On Monday, they traveled to
Walton to take on the Braves and
came up just shbrt.
Walton's team score was 179 to
The Bulldogs were led by
returning golfer Cameron Oliver
with a 46, followed by newcomer
sophomore Kaidd Golden who
shot a 47.
Right on the heels of the top
two wias Tyler "Jabo" Harris who
See GOL Page 28 >
Butlipups move to
4-0 with 52-0 win
Grand Ridge 14, Vernon 8
Continued From Page 1B
the Indians' offense, which gained "I'mI just glad to get out of there If Grand Ridge can defeat this will probably be the biggest of
162 total yards in the first half, but with a win, but there were more Bo ifay, it will lock up the runner- the' season because it is to deter-
finished with just 113 yards for the positives than negatives." up spot in the conference and a mine if we go to the bowl glime,"
game. Next up for the Indians. is their berth at a bowl game at. the end of Granger said. "We'ye just got to
''That tells you how well we did biggest game of the season thus the regular season, execute, and try to finish the sea-,
in the second half," Granger joked. far. "Every game is a big game, but son out on a good note."
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2B "Thursday October 1, 20P p~lOI C*L.l Plnrda
School baseball Bow
Shoot will be Oct. 10 at
a.m. to 8:30 a.m.
-see is* $3 hc
T ere will be first-, sec-
ond- and .third-place
prizes awarded. Contact
Greg Beauchamp at 693-
1417 or Karen Halls at
573-9410 for more info.
Department will offer
two tackle football
leagues and one boys'
flag football league, and
will offer girls the oppor-
tunity to play flag foot-
ball. Registration 'for~l
ages 61-13 will be Oct. 5-
23 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
at The Marianna
,Eductoa I d
Re ratonnal Epo
(MERE) located at 3625
Caverns Rid. in
The registration fee for
flag .football is $30 for
`those who live inside the
city limits of Maranna,
donl4 The fe sos$ 5 fhor
tackle leagues for
Marianita residents and
$60 for those outside the
cil The fee c ucs be
money order. No cash
will be accepted.
will be held at the MERE
from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. on
Otti a9annd nct 22
dot o thth ebiot cri
tcpan8 on Nov lb o h
phay r asage for the
Anyone interested in
coaching or, officiating
yo"t foteball a ika
Men's Flag Football
Department will offer
Men's 7-on-7 Flag
Football League* -
Teams may sign up at
The M arianna
(MERE) located at 36;25
Caverns Rd. in
Marianna. The registra-
tion fee of $350 is due
before the first contest.
The league will play a
10-game schedule with
Noember sThrlt will b
Complex. For more info, ~
please contact the.MERE
Girl Scouts Fall
The Girl Scout
Council of the Florida
annuill Fall Product sale
is now underway. Girl
Scouts.from across the
19 counties of the
Panhalidle are taking
preorders through Oct.
12; delicious nuts and
candy products are avail
able for purchase
through Nov. 13.
The Fall Product pro-
gram is an important ipart
of Girl Scouting. Just
like Girl Scout Cookies,
the Fall Product sale is a
literacy program that
teaches girls about the
world of business includ-
in g: s ettin g and achiev-
ing goals, and working as
a team. In addition to
selling nuts and candy'
girls have the opporttni-
ty to participate in the
QSP Time Inc. program.
Through this progrant
girls earn money for their
troop by selling maga-
reneW Sbs often w tsh saa
ings up to 85 percent off
The G~irl Scout
COUlclC Of the Florida
Panhandle .invites girls
frOm kindergarten tO
twelfth grade, to join the
adventure and empower
COurage, confidence and
character, to make the
world a better place-
Currently, the council
serves 7, 150 girls and
19 counties of the
Florida Panhandle. To
VOlunteer or join Girl
Scouts, contact the local
COuncil office at 850-
386-213 1 or visit
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Enjo fal weked '9 Balinr CbinHOND '0 Fi Snrt.Harley Davidson '96 NIssan 06 Pathfinder Dodge '98 Ram 1500
$120/n. 334-699 2796 $14,500K 850-209- $14,7504. jD-7bS5t. Ca I Steve Hatcher 2259 after 6pm 348911 3-1-7040059m9m
1696/482-86 Mitsubishi '06 Raider 1334-791-243 oyota '04.~; s~g'ni Seqc FobdV 33J F50 upeer-
realeState Alumacraft 06' 16 ft. Duro Cross, Crew Chrsle '95 Sebig oae.Getcnd-6 x.Cn. Wh te
195w elta08 dYamah/GPS Frnln'5eitg b., ,3L d d3KS Auro 12pDDRwe Jaua"050Bk 79t 700920O K M.
$6,900 OBO334-714- 40'/ 2ssildB-us de ota '1Mnaagetcnd,6851 95k $6,495 W.M.Car eyo~YDd'tha '07,CarolaLE
5860 tub wl h shower, all pow ,r rear A/C, 7 Chrystlner'05 bClreos Sales LLC, 1919 W.M* oaded Gret Ga
Asr '114t40P W&D, CHA. Lots of pss ,god frcovral12 St3469580 Vleel$0Dwn Harley Sportster 06' NIssan '07 Pathfinder
Mariner, trolling mq- extra's.$20K. 334- condition. $4500. 334- miles, auto, white, www.westmaincar $250 per month. Orange 1200R, Vance SlcuoO
tor and depth finder. 347-4626/333-0309). ?'99 3:78 or 6 18 7101 nient cond. blacl. top. Cae~o all Steve Hatcher &, Hines short shots, EBlcAt4K
$2700. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ jls~~ 33-9-15r- 159080294134-791-8243 braided I~nes, 8,900 ni.leather mt, 3rd
Bass Tracke;rP~ '0 ro,.Irolkswagen '06 Bee. mi $7,9574-83 ow seat, Like new.
unmocnr 16, 30hp mr~ercuryl mo-.PrS agi e. auto, diesel, 42K Harley Davidson '06 lil7,500.334-897-0582* Ford 2003 F250 Diesel
torb~a 4,toecosl iles, 40MPG, load- Sportster 1200 cus- Tahoe 07' I.TZ 55K mi. One Owner. New
~ steering, 461b thrust I d. $16,000. 334-897- tom. Black, Show- black w/ tan int. fully Condition. Bedliner,
t Pesn alleyI trollis~ng motork, tit Vette 96' Cojllect~rd 1497 or334-1672-65 room cond -loaded. loaded, nav. $30,900 cover, Sell for Well
100Plesan V y tim fihin deks, ddition ractory had olkswagon '69 Duel Maintaince current, 334-333-6401 Below NADA Value.
C $Z81C 8 fseir ID $287450 OBO pKE ONEh op e f a c1. 3 o te 7 tE EP 89 r gler. Pr10,ego p Muste 0 o ap8c~eetifPeI i ries-rco 334-618-4533
~j1~wheel, 2 5inde sur cond, $12,900. 334. W eels, Victory Red, at:KRNDAH~aol.com ing dampenm- com, for pictures &
rojund sound. Ig. liv- 6j84-2006 Like New, with 205-449-1970* o~r rust. $2300. details.$96,850. 0Be 11-24f1t bal trr. D A
jr~d~ -Iing area $27.500~. 334. Warranty. $38,750. .,, 134-18-1188 334*774-3368 $1Kobo or trade hunt
rda .I I Msl_ Iack, sunroof, leat ~h. ltan Sooterw 12ft SeaRa 51500 P
c or ,.an off na lrtn q o. ie .,'n* 2004Honda C~iviE, lie mi n iSl~so 3 Oh wo8 2rsa6 oreI h r~d D68FlE elp
Brannon Stand Rd., SItreO system,. ec.Cl- Only 65,955 miles. 334-475-1701~ *10.3-7-18 231 Massey Fergu- MUST SELL, runs
3BR/BA,261 SF len codinn. ow Lke ew.$11500. JOVO OS C90son, 1541 hours, 38hp great 18K mi. black,
2-car garage, large nesurs 522.900 080. Call 718-5251 Le~xus '00 ES300 98K eaRceEion HNA-3Mtr ihds,$80 MT$500bo
Iot, sunroom. 334 -794 9766 ~~~~Corvette '81 $6,995 W.M. Car #556 out of 800 ma poita coe. 347281 3-7-72
( t,5)67 snOm.m Fse 7 j39 171 0 p Kesoe 0 Cu Autorritatic 350 Sales LLC 1919 W.M. ufactured. 20K miles. "lihtyelow 1wBuh 33-92044 fel FOR '74-7, 1003 50
Mercury 4 str, fully Camper w,'~bunklS (Silver) sell as is St. 334-699-5880 Retalls for $53,225. ml20 e -18 ed, exe terog904 kiept. VSR, ong, whel as,
2BRP/IBA, Newly loaded, gajrage kept. j06BHS. 522 ,500. . 6800. OBO www.westmalnear will sell for $31,700. $10034-7-0 50 OBO.y 334trkp. aut, ps/pb, run bs &
remdgelWaedirandw Less201 thn n.87 War leeps 9 Load~ed! 334-774-1915 sales.com 334-671-4124 34-23o3447 ok od$2,500.
dgeincl $3K 8s50 O. d-3)3437n-1S3 334 714 7623. Corvette a9 rny. L -sSC 40t0, Oks HONkDA'08eCBR 1000, F Equip.7500 FI 75 00
573058 Moma 9' kiBoa 204 ona Cvi neriraut. 4k good! Leather Int. uao7D gcr 4-cyl. 1468 miles, Lissilton Peanut pick- Scy.,shortwheel
wake rower` & speal. Like new. Sell Belovw miles. 16,500. 334- 12cd changer, col d amr 7 rgarn well, warranty, er $1850. 6000 base, runs & looks
~9~Ct~l~ers $9.000. 334-714 NADA. 334-793-0015, 1596-1694 ac, new tires, moon 477 CI big block, Like new, includes Lissilton Peanut pick- good.$2,50000.00
Lj 9658. roof, wheels, full pwr needs ower glide, r$007646. 347550
2 Ird ene qyeffi-~ Datsun '78 280Z 2+2, $5,500., 239-464-0985 Best o er 850-526- riding getir,,$10,000 e$007646. 347550
ciomDtanofPoant oyb'94 180 orle e jeOeLncl 6Twca da1,eys80 334-796-5596. KeMCuFtorroug rlx
Flowers Chapel Rd.* great. $3750 neg. KEYSTONE COUGAR IOk miles, some 109K mii. Loaded Kwsk 8V a ready.$812,500 .334-
3/2, 2 car garage, 334-596-5032 '01, 1/2 Ton Towable rust, runs but needs white $3,500. 334- Chevy -85 SIlverado 900 custom, 2400 714-2850 or 334-299-
btlt 6k5yd m h,edANE'7VS8 Fifth Wheel, lots of work. $2500 080 850. 796-2555 Cm lete iy rest rd die ,e n held 3368
$150K.334-477-6100 W/175HP Yamaha up grades, very nice, 579- 2136 IV msg 30Excletcngine$000 $90.3-9-33 .litn 00 il
HurimbrdElc- Reese hitch included, 12004 Lincoln LS. Only F~m(3)8-54 or 796-5421 ready, shelter kept. FORD '86 F-350 1 ton
3Ca 6&ic e 200 3ac 328is wrai Lik Onew. $0,900 4,0 ier L Ne ucooter -4283 I ated d p ru kO 6
8 02~ 09 Neg. ~ REDUCED Montana 2004 Lincoln $1650 850- 258-1638 PAl.MET I9 $1f ,90 2-35-51202 34
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28d ro w/ 3B r, 85-4-88$1,4.Cl 6843 omatc lo~adedee 4om4 mies $1,600 GM '72 Chevelle 4~fae, 3509 avliy uraie 16. Z9Rpoer m n h.
ceo e/aae frras Seacraft 89s 20ft (Mtro4@Rslj7,0 mil s9$5995. Ma 3 RX79605 non3-8528 .v Sut eere 2a dsr. hoanrt $120.4-9-89 1402
3 for94d6e0t Is$175 ?& talr, M5 ada ,3krden2 Mst~ankgGT 0ub. 985 Po, orpN rdos no ,50. GasMCA9 dnum tck,
Dua AleTr$w miQ.s 2od9-c~o3d 413es 4 u 6 e 4-B71 29825 elleole kit i aler- 303B4%347 1-5516 or
Headland Great cond.$6,850. \Concord Coachman 2006 VvoS60 or 5'Fcu 9 tar runs and looks mph, (Dad ona $30033-71-51
2 Acre Lots 334-696-5505. '05 Motor Home. 23 ,Laed n own r d mi. lack, 4-r 600. g reat.$4,750. 334- T pe) 955 Fi~ T Sport Nissan 01'
Douglas Rd/Cty Rd se i odrmd long 2700mi, Take Warranty. 334-793- 334-790-5740 19-6 e abnehn
Bia &2TS P ub rmd oer~pl ments.850- 2` Nissa Altima. R 'OOLmtdc A 19, e d,d trs 3b~r 8, 3 4-S Frontier
20 eot h0ef. 3n 8$400BO IAO 00 eayBreak ammoacul .e. Onw tei or nel. S0 Iecd Ben 5 8a 68 o B 2O-4-rce
cadams~elsteel~com .Chevrolet engine on Book. One Owner* $13,500. 334-618-8255 ISoft tops. 39,873K mi. 5-9-45m. 3.0-64"c b
HEADuPhLANDro 80ACE a gnil Ior rh 2 Call 632-0144 Pristine cond. Ytt~l~ es amaha '02 Raptor rynsldO~:Y~~er ~ '02 V a e
FSBO, Co. Rd. 2 i-lead conditioners, back up Achura 06 MDX, tour- $20,500. 334-684-2006 AV~ M W I 660,fully loaded with jg:b)~i~;,000 ee'n~t 'ad d
1 A .o dcwo en a ice arefrgrtr, eies, xoe~, cnd., Mercedes '04 Ben z 7 O o sl ria 8 $49533-90799
hardoods. Flat to super slide $29,500 new tires. $22,300. E320, spo a lc $000OB.BU 334-805-0816 Chrysler '95 Voyager,
Io tn A SKI NAUTIQUE '84, 3 od9'Jm 3t 2Wtron erlr 5K mie. WHITE. (334)389-0554 V ae oa seass. 080B. 33~4-
has well & septic. runs great! $8500 boreetvo 27 ft76mi diesel, wh' w/ guray7 33-0679 FOR '09ryce Mutn newjP~~ ~~"ti;~res',, NOW
1500 ft. of wooden 080. 334-447-7023 or New re-built trans, int.40+;MhPG $5,700g BODOIulittHghand YAMAHAcle '0 1975 OBO 850-592- 6714
fence across front. 334-347-1962 new A/C & tires 3~34714-8~60 Green, 1000 mi' '07 250 CC 4 Wheeler Roadstar 1700cc, 2832 __ _
Goo hu 6-367 10. Triton'O2 TR21, Mer-: $8000. Firm Cash 229- Loaded, warranty* Ilke new, low miles'r Black, Motorcycle. Ford '98 Windstar, sa
cu y225 engine, new 309-1242 or0963 Still new. $27.500.. $1850 080 850-593- 5000 miles. Vance $4tSda ut0%nt r- CA R utoMalbS
~aesaesrics trol in motor, depth 334-790 9431 9960 Hines Exhaust Sys- ntinylg 1-800n-40 4WD1 000K mL Exc.
713 522100.34 F rdd8 Rn ee t er cee 96E0 2003 0Z255,bough te 4 hse mets0 dl 0650 9arNl9pm Cn t h,~ot*o
Watkins '79 27 ft. ~40. 334-490-0909 160K $5,595 W.M.Car thn100 brs. $2000 owegraekp MC '98 Savannah Hi cldean, warranty,;
eHP annior, tn Pt BMW '00 3231 102K Fr 9TausrnsSales LLC, 1919 W.M. 200 e n 'Imr iene.90. 3-pop db ,Vs $9,9.3-720
-dock. 59.5003 34-897- White$98495 W.M. good, needs AC, St.334-699-5880 tIsaiened$40Bu 618-58 ik nw 90033. eylenblgaeaW
2167 or 334 733-0020 Four Wlnds'99 Car SalesLLC1i919 52200d.1-334-475-1723 wwwmwestmaincar both for $5500.334- readyl$95,395.334-
Wilias rat 08 Motor- home. 34ft W.M. St. 699-5880 Ford 95' MustangCo- sales.com 726-3842 793-394 /33319
Aparment 60 horse four stroke, Excellent condition, www.westmaincar nvertable $2500 850- Mastedes '9 6 500. '92 Goldwing, 60k MECURtY'01 Villager
jRgfeIraiServices loaded.334-618-3058 20K, New tires, DVD sales.com 726-0256 Top condition. miles, red, exc. paint Van, fully loaded,
Playe-Ref /Fre 334-693-380 & running cond. 102K miles, white ex-
Aparmer/rae t fra rnkeiuae atsubtshi On[ Galant. 7 50 e21 moaur'0 fVe I ect- 00 3c34 70-155
service companies lak. oveto-20 on $i2029 er ed, custom seat's, Waned Nissng 0 Titan S
se~llistsofavailable '04 Mountaineer~th .mlcrowave oven. c 0Io IscuscnrlIa- Atmbls A r~a
aprtens orret hel,34tl wnr ine ut52.50Ford 96' Mustang A* ed, SK., Like newl mi. Factory Warr.
.In your area. Please $21d90 40BO w/u00 334-718-04560. 718- B 23 to V-6 runs good NEW LISTI~tG$740,341-01Watd:97198 owewios
leua~ to ntrac k(82- 7/8022 M noco Hnight"06. St 9s C 80 CD. Iu s o s. ARCTIC CAT'07 700 AMAHA VVgedy t86 ar ) evR etP4XU44 12.95 O 74d1
that you understand 0760 Save $25K or more. www.westmaincarslesrcom 9$3,00.080 334-632- EFI, 4x4,25001b,winch, mi P$2 695. 334-693- p~Z aycash 850-849-Lri-x
an are o l te '96 Jayco, 30' Travel Di e l 0 BM 41sdn 1- 27 r 33h4 79-9115 Great cond. $5200, 5454 02Nny TlLTG5~il
temsan heca-Trailer, excellent $ 159,700. 850-866-. door, loaded. V8su- nysho~om ure3471-98 amah '09in 1300V 619-041 3-67
cellation policy of condition, sleeps 8. 2774 peirclanty 2,95 47K miles*rs, M~erc~ury 06 ~Montegogq Star toring bike, 58
th cnrat $9,800. OBO. 334-677 wrat.$995 Fr 9 ars Peemier, loaded, 2500t miles.$8,500
3953/701-7648 Phaeton, 07' 40ft. 4 3370550 dollowr11k 11mleoeon-349684Tota0'Tcm
slide-outs, 15K mi. smles~;~.;. Grea sh e 53( 714-50C sotaiv hc 6rerunner~ dbl cab, V-on
Geerl el '6tg Q wu Alliso Csp 7.5 esel HT9K6 Ni Hx 1 -0 m
I emaker, W D in miles, $4500 OBO* SS speed, 31k m,334-794-3525'
SBank owned motion satellite dish, 845-642-2700 li e new, $12,900 850 Big Dog '04 Ridge- baS~~
Hee me ta H '03Acor EX 42-99 back, Hard-tail, r 2k, Iow 881es,mpu
Realty 69-6767. Le thereuro recner BMWa'0 '9 2C 7 lather, sun 11,000 mi, $13,500. to, diesel, $11,500.0 Toyota '04 4 Dr Dbi
desk, King bed, $8,995 W.M. Car roof, very nice, 347099834-3-9421or64 CaTcmSl-vr
Brake-Buddy for tow Sales LLC 1919 W.M. $10,500.334-726-1215. 648-2425 3189 Pick-up. Au-- to. 6-
PCreatioil '971"SCALADE RV 37 Mar Gary itroed. SL 334-699-5880 Honda 05' Accord EX Harley '00 Dyna Wide Cev '07 Tahoe, CHEV '98 S10 Pick-Up cyl. 2 WD. 80,000,
REB By KZ. 5th W.: Mn$16ts0,)0 00.io. www~westm~aincar 4-dr. 33K mi. Glide, blue/silver, 24,800 miles. Like 94K miles, newer Loaded, Power
rk N.w ts, 3 334-797-3617. sales.com God itd5005 mie. 9,500. new, CARFAX. AI\ Ild a brke owr ter
Slide j. Deluxe Refrg REDUCED BMUW'98740iL,blue / moon roof $13,900. power. Rear DVD' trnsison, reunst ing, Tit, CwrusteHrd
~/ iema'03 C~lma~sldsAMocotnex. 82d~.~f~ZK, garage 334-793-1370 HARLEY '99 Soft-Tail Sell less than NADA great $2,400 334-687- Bed Cover w /Liner,:
Convection' Micro* 1%/.bath. Loadedl 347-2868. Honda'06 Accord, BleSedan.0 Auto.4-A zte Or~~9gang~e?~ e, low.33-3-0~ new.$15F,50 Firni
King BeW, FireplaCE, ies uc 7 klr, beg., gray c oth inte-c.6100Lode, O0L n- 1 CcL K C3444163
SATVs raer An t Ies, etc.) $65K. Vintage, 34K miles, disc cd, 60,575 mi., runs well, sunroof* &1,50 Rear21 b a irk Exc Co~n~d 3-45-63
erCarfre Awg, w~e-79-340 MUST SEE I Paint & $1,2oo791-4190 very clean, Like new.~ HARLEY Davidson '01 $15,000.334-791-9115 Lgld
Morryde Susp.,Rear, sel for-thousands $ od'6Cvc ry115,500. 334 333-4655. Road King Police,
Entertain- ment, Ta-. Tioga Arrow 27ft $5,500.090O 588-2607 Hna'6CiiGa 16,500 m les. White, Font '98 Explorer, ILsloie
ble 4.~ Chairs, 2 M for de86, .80 m01c, 5~ c ,on 9 11 00. s33 -7k743663 et. Ddaylio Autno~ chevy '04 Silverado
Leather Recliners' Powbr~~;aukes & te~.er- mileage &dondition. nancing.1-800-470- 3500, 1 Ton, Sharpe,
py oc w ae ing, A/C, AM/FM, $12,900. .3 4-243-4166 HARLEY Davidson '03 0650 9am/9pm . Duramax, 6.6L, Dually LFA4714
557.000. runs well, low Hpnda '07 Civic NISSAN '06 Altima, RoadcKing, 95"ssta e MC'1Jnny44 Tow Pkg/power trail- NOTICE OF SALE
Arctic Cat '08, 650 U4-714-2406. miles.Fair cond.Has Coupe Touch screen Blue, Sedan. Auto.4- coolerit, plan exra's 6 Diese1l m4 I it n iros rwPRUN
Limited Edstior), 4WD 1995 Travel Tra/ler, leak damage. $6000. Cadillac '00Deville tGePmS n~a g~a on sy2~ K yl 1,0, oae* 1,00 334803500 et a' 62lum inm wheels cab, et.bed, 87Kw mi. O C APTE8
& winch. 120 miles. cold AC, excellent 850 526 2840. Perl Aut.-yl DV b lack r, $1 r un well, sunroof, Harle; Davidon '07 12x36 RadialLoddBysprt PARF IV
Li~k new .35,2oo. end3. $43953 1n~e58tia- 0erl ruo g-y. 786 ck 21- ;0 Sry clean Lik n4 i. A A d w/N207 n~mes~PBg Loddusprt
4T hONeDeAe Kicawasaki '95 900ZXI stereo, runs well, Clean, low miles, NISSA~ '06 Altima E ta'6sl 4,9300* 33 stone 5th wheel w/ 2Sorg Facility Act,
Coma w/extras Like Jet Ski w. trailEr E xc. Great cond. $9,000, $14,500. 334-790-7055 ecokEdtd. ep'0 rndCe slides, sharp. Call for hria Statutes
New 34-73-635 Cod. 5.800 334 850482 848.'30 di cd nookee Loredo. Bronze details. Buy Separate hatr83, Part IV,
C6965505, 79L-4885. Cdla 9 osun il~ll~ro ie l w/ gray leather, 148K or pkg. deal $54,999. t~ha Alterna~tive Stor-
Honda '07 420EX, like Cailc'4dw tlcus.a miles, $4200. 334-618-` Offerst 334-805-4906. ag efsoage
new, automatic, 614 Yamaha 04' Wave Fleetwood. Top con. Ioy w eels. sch825fc wl av
burs. $73200. 334- Carriag Camo'0 r LeT.hl55 ditiorn. 334-693-3980 mantanc a diae f%5fo el h
32ft.85 3-slides, 2-At C' water w/ trailer a .good, and runs great lowing units to the
Honda '07 CRF80 5.5 K Generator' $4,700. 080 334-750. 62,300 miles, 4 door, HarleyDavidson '07 highest bidder:
Dirtbike, 100 hrs, loaded, no smoke, no 1337. Day or Night k, automatic transmis- Road King Custom,.
$1000 6X12 enclosed etExc. Cond. .. slan, LIke New condi- Pearl Yellow, 6-spd., B22: Tere~sa Hill
trailer $1500 new $850 334-714-4001 Yamaha '92 don. metalic blre ex- 3000 mi. Loaded. Like B25: Carrie Works '
cond. 850-447-2859 DUTCHMAN '06,25* Waverunner 650,low Honda 'hl.PuOB ~cLX P. rior, chDarcoalam Ine ewl Always covered Ch OSSIvrdo 6: Bryan Davis
2474 Dutchman '07 31G- tranSjioflati00 S.346958 3472-541 .$1 no i he rush 7io19-1 04 m'66, cub, mto. HM nana, JacWest
Honda TRX 300 EX DF 2 slide quts, ge:cwwwgest malncar Honda'93 ccorc (33)618-474all~ mu34 393-0064 J '06 Wrangler X runs ~ lo kss good. County, FL at 4pm on
Bike wis coompet cus. 32, like new* sales--comeen, 4-door, col d rie04htalc34 ha top CGSp 6-Cyl. Needs some work. Friday,0qtober ~16,
LE.D' s2 3. O... O 7en ie,'e Imearo, cloo3800 33-72-018 o lun '0 0llrl sedro $2, 500. Chv7E mno Gne Wilferd & Scot-
334805086. lu, 11kmilsmi., base stereo, 334-693-3424 334-701- 35 EngeSn9 941n .$7500 ty Roland, Owners
Yamaha '04 KODIAK 0816091(Of $5000, good cond., moon roof, spoiler, 5153.
400. ATV. 4WD, good 334-797-2706 leather int..very Chevy '90 454 SS, 79K
Bn0 -938 02 Avition CHEVROLET '03 $ 20, a0 ob. 335372- HRE DAVIDSON mnlI newe nUt n
OBO. ~ ~ ~ Monte332 vato Carlo SS,~ .l~ 0702 or 334-432-0302. '08 1200 portster SEEl $9000. 334-470-
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0x' 0ar DUTCHME '0 lih C Sae 8 72mls Loa 8, :Hyundai '05 SonalaE usols ie,
OBO. 334-726-4606 Freo prt1it esa12&12 Sun- roof, Leather in- LV-6 Automatic, warranty, Like new* Dodge 'OB Quad cab, ~bA
Gret on. oa hm ad n ar ec.terior. Very clean. add sunroof, $Oii~a 9,200, 334-702-4778. 5.7 Hemi. loaded.
I elersts Artsa $20085-5 Own4S9 e~r $8,800. 3 eris, G Jep alIben y20 4, V6. 516.500. 334796-8174 SE I
Cot, b9rrT, 4.3 V6, $8,300.aLmq 33-9247 2 idl 13-6 3-0830 ,000'l CAl 6204
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190HP, garage kept, Oldsmobile'95 Cut
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