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GAINESVILLE FL 32611-7007
A MEDIA GENERAL NEWSPAPER
Officer in wig and dress
arrested on multiple(
BY KATE McCARDELL
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
A Jackson'County man employed as a state
probation officer was arrested early
Wednesday in Bay
County after he was
seen driving erratical-
puty found 44-
ting in the driver's
at of a black Nissan,
-aring a, wig and
ess, with a bottle of Ryder Anthony
- dka below his car Laramore
at, according to a
ty County Sheriff's Office incident report.
Laramore, whose listed residence was 4141
tramore Rd. in Marianna, was charged with
ULI, possession of, a controlled substance
methamphetamine), possession of marijuana
;s than 20 grams,. and possession of drug
raphernalia. according to the Bay County
He attended first appearance Wednesday
temrnoon and 'wvas granted a pre-trial condi-
)nal release, according to Bay County's
lief Assistant Public Defender Doug White.
In addition. to the conditions typical to this
pe of release, Laramore is required to report
a Panama City supervisor instead of one in
ckson County, said White.
White represented Laramore at his first
pearance. When asked whether Laramore
)uld eventually be assigned to a conflict
___ornmey because. he is the son of Public
Defender Herman Laramore, White said that
he expects Ryder Laramore will be using a
private attomey through the rest of the case.
BCSO Sgt. Mark Tochterman said Jackson
County Sheriff Deputy Phillip Lowery was
driving north on Highway 231 in Bay County
when the incident involving Laramore began.
Women's clothing and drug
The following is narrative of a BSCO inci-
dent report, which listed Jackson County
Sheriff's Deputies Phillip Lowery and Jeff
Snell as witnesses: .
"On September 23, 2008, at.,11:24 p.m., I
was dispatched to the area of Highway 23.1
and Highway 20 in reference to a possible
drunk driver. The vehicle was described as a
black passenger car. Dispatch had received
several 911 calls in reference to this vehicle
running cars off the road and swerving into
traffic. These calls are recorded and will be
preserved as evidence in this case."
"At 11:37 p.m., I was dispatched to the area
of Highway 231 and Harrington Road to
assist Jackson County Sheriff's Office, who
stopped a black passenger car for suspicion of
DUI On Sept. 24, 2008 at 12:20 a.m., I
arrived on scene. Deputy Phillip Lowery of'
the. Jackson County Sheriff's Office had a
black Nissan car. with Florida tag 083KSY,:
stopped on the side of the North bound lane
of Highway 231just south of Harrington
Road. Deputy Lowery told me that the driv-
er defendantst had swerxed off the road sey-
eral times and almost hit several other cars.
The defendant also s,\%erved off the toad onto.
a sidewalk. He also stated that several cars.
tried to flag him down in reference to the
black car. Deputy Lowery decided to stop the
car. Because he was in Bay County, 'Deputy
Lowery called Bay County Sheriff's for assis-
"I then made contact with the defendant,
who was sitting in the driver's side of the car.
I noticed that he wearing women's clothes
and a blond wig. I also noticed' a bottle of
vodka in plain view under the driver's seat.
The bottle was sticking out from under the
seat about 3/4 it's length."
"I asked the defendant if he had been drink-
ing: He stated that he had not. I then asked
where he had been. The defendant stated that
he was at a party. His response to my ques-
tions were very slow. He looked at me for
about three seconds prior to answering. The
defendant appeared to be very disoriented.
Although I could not smell any alcohol com-
ing from his person, is suspected that he may
have been under the influence of a chemical
substance or narcotic. I then asked the defen-
dant to step out of the car. I immediately'
noticed that his balance was shaken. He was
swearing black stockings and no shoes. I then
asked the defendant if I could search his car
and he stated no. I then asked the defendant to
perform some field sobriety evaluations and
According to .-the incident narrative,
Laramore did hot successfully complete those
evaluations and was placed under arrest for
Upon search of the vehicle, the arresting
officer reported finding "a small bag that con-
tained a plastic \ ial \\ ith white powder w% which
field-tested positive for meth Inside the bag,
See DRESS, Page 7A >
0ontract0r's license revoked.
BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDANrST f f V r, E
Commissioners revoked the com-
petency card/1icense of a local
contractor this week, takin -that
action after county building offi-
cials and a homeowner com-
plained about the house he had
built for her.
SOzell Dawkins denied he had,
done substandard work on the
home he built for Burnestine
Collins, but commissioners had
written reports outlining the"
alleged problems and voted unan-
imously to revoke the card.
Building Official Larry
Carnley presented information
that indicated Dawkins had
altered tiusises in the roof "with
no engineered or truss manufac-
turer's approval." .
Additionally, officials said,-
Collins advised them that a wire
had malfunctioned in the wall of
the home and that Dawkins
allegedly "had cut and spliced the
wire in a concealed wall, which is
not the proper procedure for
making a junction in electrical
Carnley's report went on to say
that the repair was not inspected
by the building department.
- Dawkins pointed out that the
county building inspector who'
originally looked at his work
signed off on the project before
the home% ner took possession.
Carnley said that the inspector
no longer works for the county
and commented that, even if the
former inspector did fail to notice
the problems, Dawkins is still to
be held accountable for any defi-
Carnley also rioted that, as the
county began to look into
Collins' complaints, he had asked
Dawkins to repair leaks in the
plumbing system and to place a
drain pan under the hot water
heater. Carnley said .Dawkins
brought the pan but did not install
it. Camrley added other informa-
tion as well, %writing that "There
.are many cosmetic problems with
the home, but the building code
doesn't address these items
although his warranty should."
The building department also
talked to an engineer who says
that his work was "used illegally.
and modified for this residence'
without our knowledge or con-
According ,. to BTK
Engineering Services president
Bradley T. Kent, some original
drawings he did for another client
were submitted to the county by
someone seeking a permit to
build the Collifis house.,
The building department also
eventually hired Kent to look at
the Collins house and make rec-
omrhendations to "satisfy the
structural aspects of the deficien-
The engineer recommended
removal of all roof sheeting for
the first six feet of the perimeter
of the building. He also recom-
mended that new truss supports
be added and that the trusses be,
better secured to the wall. He said
that header beams and porch
columns should be installed as
they were supposed to be accord-
ing to original drawings. Kent
added another note about the
home. "Other issues rinot. related
to this structural review, such as
the home being...out of square,
various components and cladding
failures, poor craftsmanship, and
floor plan alteratidhons are not
included in this review."
Cbmmissionrers had threatened
to revoke Dawkins' license back
',in May of 2006 based on previ-
ous reports of substandard work,
but allowed him to complete the
two jobs he had under way at the
See REVOKED, Page 7A >
United Way kicks off fund raising campaign
BY DEBORAH BLICKLALTER
FL- r,0 -'l ST.,FF wiRITEr.. .
The United Way of Northwest Florida
kicked off its local fund raising campaign
Wednesday 'in a gathering at the Russ
House in Marianna.
At the 'meeting. Chipola' College
President Gene Prough took over his new
role as the 2008-09 chairman of the local
United Way. effort and' presented a. chal-
lenge for the community: To raise $50,000
in addition to the $50,000 that is expected
to be gathered for United Way through
efforts at federal and state agencies operat-
The United Way distributes the money it
collects.to 21 organizations who help the
needy in Jackson and four other counties
in this region.
All the money that is raised in each
county stays in the county where it was
collected, and those who donate can ear-*
mark the funds to go to a specific organi-
zation or let-the United Way decide how to
use the money.
The United Way's theme this year is
Pictured left, Jackson County Road and Bridge Superintendent Al Green explains some of the
successful fund raisers his department has undertaken on behalf of the United Way.. At right,
Guest speaker Rep. Marti Coley (D7) encourages United Way supporters as they embark on
their annual fund raising campaign. -. Deborah Buckhalter/Floridan
'Live United,' a concept Prough said
Jackson County residents already put into
practice every day. Prough said he fully.
believes local residents will dig down deep
to give what's needed and that the goal
will be met.
Tommy McDonald Jr., regional devel-
opment director for the United Way, spoke
'briefly at the meeting, giving his "elevator
speech," brief enough to be said while rid-
ing from floor to floor with strangers on an .
elevator. He said the organization "helps
people with health, education and family."
Bryan Taylor, president of the United
Way of Northwest Florida, said he, like
Prough, is convinced that Jackson County
residents will not disappoint, even though
almost everyone can feel the effects of a
"Something remarkable happens in
these tough times," he said, "giving
'increases. We reach into our pockets and
feel the hurt, but then we think, 'what
about that person' (who has less), and then
we dig a little deeper and we give."
Rep. Marti Coley (D7) said she felt the
same, pointing out two recent record-
breaking fund raisers here. More money
was raised this year at events for the
March of Dimes and for Covenant
Hospice than in any previous year, she
At the meeting, outgoing United Way
chairman Art Kimbrough helped put the
need in human terms by inviting people
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A Mariana d6ctor's'office..
will be ou.t'pf commission for
a while due to dhamiage, from '
fire Wednesday morningg,
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Marianna Fire CChief Byront
."They'e been ridingg
" there- for the past year;orltwo.,
It'took' abbut 3'5 innutie to,
get the fire under potifol. jt
was in. the aftic so it took us'a.,
while to get there arid get to.
it' "'said Beni .t"t "-;' ;
Bennettsaid th damage to'
the 'structure, ;was "pretty
extensive" because -of "the
slow-burning nature of the'
The office building nmigit'
not be useable for .a 'vhile-i"
said Bennett. He sAid the-fire '
is under invesLigation by the
Capt..Nakeya Lovett, but that
the fire. is noL being consid.-
Big Bad Wolf
The Big Bad Wolf, Walter Hook, and Granny,. Tracy
Westwood, scare each other during a performance of "Little
Red Riding Hood" Tuesday. The performance was sponsored
by the Chipola Regional Arts Association and Chipold's Fine
and Performing Arts Department. Mark Skinner /
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September 25 Thursday
The Graceville branch of Jackson County
Public Library presents Story Time every
Thursday, at 10 a.m. (pre-school ages); and at
3:15 p.m. (school-age children). There will be
stories, poems, songs and arts and crafts. Call
482-9631 or 263-3659.
The Jackson' County Democratic Executive
Committee's third annual "Blues & Boots Bar-B-
Q" fundraiser starts at 6 p.m., in the Jackson
County Ag Center on Highway 90 West 'in
Marianna. Keynote speaker: Attorney Don
Hinkle of Tallahassee. Western attire requested.
Ticket price: $20.
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.
Opportunity Florida offers Exporting
Workshops, to acquaint businesses, cities and
counties with opportunities offered in the inter-
national 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, depend-
ing on responses. Workshops are free; reserva-
tions requested. Call Susan Estes at 718-0453.
'The Town of Greenwood's Planning
Commission meets at 5:30 p.m., in the town
hall, 4207 Bryan St., Greenwood. Call 594-
Covenant Hospice offers a monthly grief
support group from 9 to 11 a.m., the last
Thursday of every month, :at the Calhoun
County Senior Citizens Association, 16859 NE
Cayson St., in Blountstown. Light refreshments
served. The group is free, but registration is
required. Call January McKeithan at (850) 482-
8520 or (888) 817-2191.
A ribbon cutting cerefnony starts at 11 a:m.,
for -the new Jackson. County Emergency
Operations Complex, 2819 Panhandle Rd. (cor-
ner of Pelt Street and Panhandle Road),
Marianna. Call 718-0008 or 482-8060.
September 26 Friday
Graceville's 27th Annual Harvest Festival
Beauty Pageant will be Friday, Sept. 26 and
Saturday, Sept. 27, at 6:30 p.m. nightly, in the
'Graceville Civic Center. Adult admission is $4;
chil.dren-3 and under admitted free. Call Pageant
Director Teresa Bush at 263-4744 (day) or 263-
3072 (night), or Michelle with the City of
Graceville at 263-3250.
*Alcoholics Anonymous has an open meeting
each Friday, 8 to 9 p.m., at the First United
The Marianna Police Department
listed, the following incidents for
Sept. 23, the latest available report:
.One drunk pedestrian, one reckless
driver, one suspicious vehicle, one
suspicious person, one highway
obstruction, one burglary of a vehi-
cle, five disturbances, one prowler,
two burglar alarms, one vandalism
complaint, two juvenile com-
plaints, one suicide attempt, one
fight in progress reported, two ani-
mal complaints, one assist of a
motorist, one gas skip, one assist of
another agency, one property dam-
age complaint, six public service
calls, two traffic stops.
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna. Use rear church entrance.
The NWFQHA AQHA Show, an American
Quarter Horse Association-approved show, will
-be Sept. 26-28, at the Jackson County Ag
Center in Marianna. Call (806) 376-4811.
September 27 Satuirday -
Historian and author Dale Cox will lead two
anniversary tours of the battlefield of the 1864
Battle of Marianna. Tours will begin at the Russ
House and proceed east on Lafayette Street to
the churchyard of the St. Luke's Episcopal
Church. A donation of $5 is requested for those
12 and over; donations benefit the Blue Springs
Society, Children of the American Revolution.
First tour at 11 a.m.; second at '1:30 p.m. Call
526-1501 or 482-8061 to register. E-mail
firstname.lastname@example.org or call 209-4066 for
The Annual Peanut Boil at the Panhandle
Pioneer Settlement in Blountstown starts at 5:30
p.m., with live music, hot dogs, hamburgers,
snowcones and more. Free admission. Call (850)
AmVets Post No. 231 in Fountain hosts a.
Turkey Shoot on Saturdays at 1 p.m. $2 a shot;
proceeds benefit post's building fund. Call (850)
Graceville's 27th Annual Harvest Festival
Beauty Pageant will be Friday, Sept. 26 and
Saturday, Sept. 27, at 6:30 p.m. nightly, in the
Graceville Civic Center. Adult admission is $4;
children 3 and under admitted free. Call Pageant
Director Teresa Bush at 263-4744 (day) or 263-
3072 (night), or Michelle with the City of
Graceville at 263-3250;
*Jackson County Women for Obama will host
a"Barack Party" block party starting at noon, on
Orange Street in Marianna, with vendors, games
and a voter registration booth (bring identifica-
tion). Vendors, call 573-0152, 482-8479 or 482-
The William Henry Milton Chapter 1039 of
the United Daughters of the Confederacy will cel-
ebrate the 144th anniversary of the Battle of
Marianna with a rededication ceremony at 10
a.m., in Monument Park, downtown Marianna.
Historian Dale Cox will be the guest speaker;
Tallahassee Honor Guard will present a 21 gun
salute. Narrative reprints of "Marianna Day" will
be available for a $12 donation.
September 28 Sunday
The Kent reunion will be at the Kent ceme-
tery pavilion, three miles southwest of Alford.
The Jackson County Sheriff's
Office listed the following inci-
dents for Sept.23, the latest avail-
able report: One abandoned vehi-
Lunch is at noon; everyone invited; bring a well-
September 29- Monday
Alcoholics Anonymous has an open meet-
ing each Monday, from 8 to 9 p.m., at the First
United Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna. Use rear church entrance.
The Jackson County Health Department
Tobacco Prevention and Control Program offers
Quit Smoking Now Classes that will meet week-
ly, on Sept. 8, 15, 22 and 29, and Oct. 6 and 13,
at 5:30 p.m., in the JCHD conference room.
Curriculum developed by ex-smokers for those
who wish to be ex-smokers. No cost to attend.
To register, call 526-2412, ext. 188 or 209-
2024, or e-mail
The Parkigson's Support Group, meets from
noon to 1 p.m., in the Education Classroom,
ground floor, Jackson Hospital, 4250 Hosliital
Dr., Marianna. Lunch provided. DVD series con-
tinues with "Fall Prevention."' No cost to attend;
open to anyone who has Parkinson's disease
and their caregiver,
Chipola 'Regional Workforce Development
Board's Executive Committee meets at 10:30
a.m., at the One-Stop Center, Marianna. Call
September 30 Tuesday
Christine Gilbert teaches free quilting, cro-
cheting or knitting, classes Tuesdays at 1 p.m.,
at the Jackson County Senior Citizens center,
2931 Optimist Dr., Marianna. Call 482-5028.
The Childbirth' Education Class series
begins Tuesday, Sept. 9, and continues each
Tuesday through Sept. 30, from 5:30 to 8:30
p.m., in the Education Classroom, ground floor,
Jackson Hospital. The Jackson County
Department of Health staff teaches participants
the FOCEP curriculum. Husbands and other
supporters are invited. Bring a favorite pillow
for relaxation. Materials and snacks provided.
No cost to attend. Call Healthy Start at 526-
2412, ext. 285. '
Alcoholics Anonymous has an open meet-
ing each Tuesday, from 8 to 9 p.m., at the First
United Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna. Use rear church entrance.
The Marianna branch of the Jackson County
Public Library presents Story Time every
Tuesday, at 9:30 a.m, and at 11 a.m. (pre-
school ages); and at 3:15 p.m. (school-age chil-
dren). There will be stories, poems, songs and
arts and crafts. Call 482-9631 or 263-3659.
of shooting in the area, one stolen
vehicle, four suspicious incidents,
one threat, seven traffic stops,
four transports, and one warrant
cle, two alarms, one animal corn- JACKSON COUNTY
plaint, one assist of another CORRECTIONAL FACILITY
agency, one child abuse com- The following persons were
plaint,- one civil dispute, six booked into the county jail during
criminal registrations, two --- .-,. the latest available reporting
criminal mischief comrn- -_ periods:
plaints, one disabled vehi- L-__ Donald Isler, 40, 3253
cle, one forgery/fraud com- ,rP ME Uncle Joes Lane, Alford,
plaint, three escorts, one ME sentenced.
road obstruction, three lar- Willie Williams, 39,
ceny complaints, one patrol 1574 Ivy Lane, Sneads, awaiting
request, two prowlers, one report transport to DOC.
James Durden, 28, 3234 Boles
Lane, Vernon, violation of state
Clifton Bryant, 42, 4299
Sylvania Plantation Road,
Greenwood, driving under the
Brandon Hatcher, 36, 3004
Chase Way, Marianna, violation of
injunction, battery (domestic vio-
To report a crime, call
CrimeStoppers at 526-5000.
To report a wildlife violation,
call 1-888-404-FWCC (3922).
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Chipola offers bachelor's degree in nursing
SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
Chipola College now
offers a Bachelor of
Science degree in Nursing.
Known in health profes-
sion as the RN to BSN, the
program is open to
Registered Nurses (RN)
with licensure in Florida,
Alabama, or Georgia.
Classes are offered in
the evening and online.
Application deadline for
the Spring 2009 semester
is Dec. 3.
Mil Cox, Chipola's
interim director of Health
Science programs, says,
"There are many advan-
tages to earning a four-
year nursing degree. The
BSN nurse is prepared for
roles in management and
leadership. The BSN also
is the first step toward an
advanced practice degree
which usually includes a
pay differential with a
Chipola's BSN curricu-
lum also has an emphasis
in community health that is
not included in the
Associate Degree Nursing
program of study.
Graduates of Chipola's
Associate Degree Nursing
(ADN) program have an
advantage over graduates
from other programs.
Chipola graduates must
complete only 30 upper-
level semester hours to
earn the BSN degree.
.Because of the rigorous
training of the ADN pro-
gram, the number of addi-
tional RN to BSN prereq-
uisite courses, and the clin-
ical experiences associated
with working as a licensed
nurse, students who enter
the RN to BSN program
will receive credit for 30
semester hours upper-level,
credit by validation upon
successful completion of
the first 12 hours of the
BSN program. Admission
-requirements to the BSN
program include: RN
licensure in the state of
Florida, Alabama, or
Georgia; an AA degree
from a Florida public insti-
tution; a cumulative grade
point average of 2.5; and
completion of all prerequi-
For information about
Chipola's RN to BSN pro-
gram, call Dr. Kitty Myers'
Chipola College nursing student Brandi Rotello of Bonifay works with Chipola's
Pedisim patient simulator. Chipola offers a Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing.
Known in health profession as the RN to BSN, the program is open to Registered
Nurses (RN) with licensure in Florida, Alabama, or Georgia. For information about
Chipola's RN to BSN program, call 718-2260. Contributed photo
Marianna Elks now accepting 'Most
Valuable Student' contest applications
SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
The Elks National Foundation will, award 500 four-year
scholarships to the highest-rated boys and girls in the
2009 competition. Any high school senior who is a citizen
of the United States is eligible to apply. Applicants need
not be related to, a member of the Elks. College students
are not eligible to apply. Applicants must be citizens of
the United States on the date their applications are signed;
resident alien status does not qualify.
These four-year scholarships, range from $1,000 per
year to $15,000 per year. The "Most Valuable. Student"
scholarships are for students pursuing a four-yeardegree,
on a full-time basis (minimum of 12 semester hours), in a
US American college or university. Male and female stu-
dents compete separately.
Applicants will be judged on financial need, leadership and
scholarship. All scholarships are in, the form of certificates of
award conditional upon the enrollment of the winner in an
accredited US community college, college or university.
Applications must advance 'through local, district and
state competition to reach the national competition. The
Chicago- office of the Elks National Foundation will
announce the 500 national winners, and notify them in
writing, around May 15, 2009.
* Applications for the Elks National Foundation's Most
Valuable Student contest are available online at
www.elks.org/enf/scholars/mvs.cfm or by sending a self-
addressed, stamped envelope to the .Elks National
Foundation, 2750 North Lakeview Ave. Chicago, IL
Applications must be submitted to Marianna BPOE
#1516, PO. Box 577,' Marianna, FL 32447-0577, by Jan.
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do not understand 'these
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time of year is pressure
gradient. The change of air
pressure over a given dis-
tance is called the pressure
We as meteorologists use
isobars to depict the pres-
sure of the surface. These
lines are lines of equal
pressure. We can make a
change in pressure by the
uneven heating of the
eartfi's surface. A lot of
times this is because of dif-
ferent sun angles. These
pressure gradients are
caused when air from high
pressure flows into areas of
The tighter the gradient,
the faster the wind flows.
This leads directly to
strong gusty winds. We
will see this a l6t this fall as
high pressure. 'builds in
behind cold fronts that pass
through the area.
Once the difference on
pressure equalizes across
the area, the winds
Florida Cattlemen's Association Ranch Rodeo Finals
and Cowboy Heritage Festival Oct. 3-4 in Kissimmee
SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
The Florida Cattlemen's Association, Florida
CattleWomen, Inc. and, The Florida Cattlemen's
Foundation are working with the Silver Spurs Riding
Club and several other rodeo organizations and county
cattlemen's associations to put on a "Ranch Rodeo Finals
and Cowboy Heritage Festival."
The Ranch Rodeo finals ,and festival will be Oct. 3-4,
and will be held in Kissimmee, at the Silver Spurs Arena,
in Osceola Heritage Park, which is adjacent to the Florida'
Cattlemen's State Headquarters. This arena is an 8300-
seat, air conditioned facility located in the heart of Central
Florida Cattle Country, Osceola County.
The Rodeo Finals is a year-end event that teams have
qualified for by competing' and placing first or second in
one of eight Ranch Rodeos 'held around. the state of
There will be 16 teams, each sponsored by, Florida
ranches, competing in eight different events in the state
finals that entails two rodeo performances. The rodeos
will feature Saddle Bronc Riding, Colt Riding, Wild Cow
Milking, Branding, Team Doctoring, Double Mugging,
Cattle Sorting, Stampede Race and a Boot Scramble for
The festival is intended to present Florida ranching and
the Cracker Cowman way of life to the rest of the, world.
It will include numerous elements of ranching heritage.
Story tellers, cowboy poets, re-enactors, authors, enter-
tainers will be on stage: all day long.
The' Florida Cattle Industry has a rich .history with cat-
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Cracker and Seminole Cowmen are the sunshine states'
original environmentalists, we are important caretakers of
the land, water, wildlife, water recharge areas, green
space, endangered species and unique habitats ranchers
Tickets for each rodeo performance are $10 per person
(children 10 and younger free). Florida Cowboy Festival
will be free to the public.
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This event will.be conducted by volunteer members of
the Florida Cattlemen's Association and Florida Cattle
Continuing Education courses set at Chipola
SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
Chipola College will offer
a variety of short courses in
the coming weeks.
Mandatory training for
Child Care Facility
Personnel and Family
Child Care Home are
Appropriate Practices, Oct.
4, 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Special
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Neglect, Feb. 6, 6 to 10
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Feb. 9 & 11, 6 to 9 p.m.;
Rules and Regulations
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length of course.
An Internship course will
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Monday, Jan. 12 through
April 27 from 6 to 9 p.m.
Cost is -$191. An Early
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Jan. 13 through April 28
from 6 to 9 p.m. Cost is
A Real Estate Sales
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and Sundays, Jan. 31, Feb.
1, 14, 15, 28 & March 1,
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p.m. Cost is $250.
Chipola also. offers cus-
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Marianna High School.
Principal Randy Ward and
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interested parties to attend a
meeting regarding mentor-
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Anyone' interested in'
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Sept. 29, at 6:30 p.m., in the
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16-hour firearms familiarization course Sept. 29-30, at the
Wausau firing range.
Designed to give students an overview of proper and
safe handling procedures with handguns, the class will
consist of both classroom and day/night live fire exercises.
The course will' be taught by FDLE certified firearms
instructors and completion of the course can be used for
the concealed weapons permitting process.
The two-day course will meet from 1 to 10 p.m., on
'Monday and Tuesday. All supplies will be provided,
including the handgun and ammunition.
Registration forms can be picked up from the WHTC
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time, including the Collins
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further violations would
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the officer also found a plastic still refused to take the urine test," Laramore's employment is not Morrison said that if an officer is
straw and a small bag of marijua- reads a portion of the incident affected by the incident, pending convicted of a felony by the state,
na, according to his report. During report narrative. results of the criminal case, he or she is no longer eligible to
a search of the glove box, officers Laramore also refused the col- according to an FDOC spokesper- serve as an officer in Florida.
also reportedly found a glass pipe, election of his saliva for DNA test- son. If that officer is found guilty of
a pistol, and a Probation and Parole ing, said the report. The mouth- Mike Morrison, spokesperson or pleads to a lesser charge, said
badge. piece used in the breath test was for the Florida Department of Law Morrison, the commission reviews
After Laramore was booked into kept as evidence and will be used Enforcement said FDLE is not cur- the facts of the case, and if the state
the Bay.County Jail, he agreed to to collect DNA evidence, the rently involved in the case. standards maintaining moral char-
provide a breath sample and the report said. Morrison explained what typi- acter are violated, the commission
results of the test came back nega- cally happens after an officer is can take action, ranging from no
tive, according to BSCO. A probation officer arrested, action to a written reprimand, to
Laramore was also asked to pro- since 1991 "Basically what happens follow- suspension or revocation' of the
vide a urine sample, which he ing an officer's' arrest is that a officer's certificate.
declined to give, said BSCO. According to the Florida criminal case must first come to Those in a probationary status
"The defendant state he was not Departmerit of Corrections, conclusion and findings of the under Laramore's supervision who'
going to take the test until he spoke Laramore has been employed as a criminal case are, sent to the have any questions about to whom
with a lawyer. I then explained his state correctional probation officer Criminal Justice Standards and they'll report may call the state
refusal would result in a suspen- since 1991. Training Commission, which is probation office to be reassigned,
sion of his license. The defendant At this time, the status of staffed by FDLE," said Morrison. .said a FDOC spokesperson.
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from several organizations to tell sto-
ries about how United Way funding
helps them help others.
Jackson County Senior Center
Director Abbie Burdeshaw told
about a recent case. In that instance,
the person had just gotten out of the
hospital and had no way to buy food.
Thanks in part to the United Way,
Burdeshaw was able to overcome a
lean budget and commit to a month
of feeding the individual.
Polly Yates, with the Office of the
Public -Guardian, talked about how
her agency was able to help a group
home resident when she complained
of stomach problems. At first, staff at
the group home believed her com-
plaints were simply her way of seek-
ing attention. But because of the
ngenrWy'' intervention and ability to
pay for medical attention, it was dis-
covered that she did in fact have an
ulcer and a hiatal hernia. The United
Way's- contributions are one reason
that agency was able to help.
Girl Scouts representative Chris
Owens said the United Way's contri-
butions help the organization pay for
outings, uniforms, club fees and
other costs for girls who need the
leadership skills that the Girl Scouts
can provide, but whose families are
financially unable to take on the
Covenant Hospice is also assisted
by the United Way and, while the
organization just had its own very
successful fund raiser, the group still
needs and appreciates the extra sup-
port as volunteers assist the dying
and their families.
BASIC of Northwest Florida is
also a recipient of United Way fund-
ing, and a representative said that the
money helps the organization assist
HIV and AIDS victims with their
medical, food, housing and trans-
Others 'at the meeting talked about
their unique fund raising efforts on
behalf of the United Way.
Jackson' County Road and Bridge
Superintendent At Green said his
department raised more than $2,500
one year in a 'kiss the pig' contest,
and $900 by selling homemade chili
that Green cooked up using his spe-
cial recipe. More money was raised
when they added a 'kiss the goat'
contest, and more still when some
donated items were auctioned off.
Sneads High School Principal
Lawrence Pender said his school
sometimes donates concession stand
proceeds to the United Way cause,
along with ticket sales to talent
shows and other events. Last school
year, a team of SHS students won a
nationwide on-line contest that test-
ed their ability to put on a fund rais-
er. They chose to set up a mock
United Way event, and because the
SHS team won, the United Way got
a donation from the contest organiz-
ers. Jackson Hospital employees
donated generously at various fund
raisers there, said hospital adminis-
trator Dave Hample.
Payroll deductions and one-time
workplace contributions are another
opportunity for giving that many
businesses and agencies offer their
This is an important aspect if the'
United Way's fund raising effort, and
local businesses are expected to put
the option to their workers soon.
James & Sikes Funeral
Home Sneads Chapel
7735 Highway 90 West
Sneads, FL 32446
Pamela K. Whittington
Pamela K.- Whittington,
52, of Sneads, died Sunday,
Sept.,'21, 2008, at her resi-
dence. She was a native of
Jackson County where she
lived most of her life.
Survivors include two
sons, Kye Whittington and
friend, Tasha Moneyham,
of Grand' Ridge, and Ike
Whittington of Sneads; one
daughter, Mia Palmer 'and
friend, Dale Messer, of
Grand Ridge; one brother,
William H. "Bill" King and
wife, Nancy, of Waco,
Texas; her aunt, Peggy
Barfield; three grandchil-
dren, Makinlee Ella Palmer,
Cain and Blane
The funeral service will
be at 10 a.m., Friday, Sept.
26, at the Shady Grove
United Methodist Church,
with the Rev. Jack Howell
officiating. Burial will fol-
low in Shady Grove
Cemetery, with James &
Sikes Funeral Home -
Sneads Chapel directing.
The family will receive
friends from 5 to 7 p.m.,
Thursday, at Sneads Chapel
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BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR
If the Cottondale
Hornets are to break their
two-game losing streak.
they'll need to come up
with a Herculean effort
Friday night in
The Hornets (1-2), who
have lost their last two
games to Liberty County
and Wewahitchka, take on
the FAMU Baby Rattlers
(2-1) in the District 1-1B
opener for both teams.
Cottondale was routed
40-6 at home by, Liberty
County Sept. 12, then lost
26-14 on the' road to
Wewa Sept. 19.
However, the competi-
tion gets even stiffer -.
and the stadium much
larger Friday against
the reigning 1B runner-up
"The biggest thing is
our kids just getting into
Cottondale coach Mike
Melvin said of FAMU's
home field, which seats
over 25,000 fans.. "The
field is the same size, but
there's a lot more seating..
"I feel good about
our chances going
over there. Ouri
them, we just lhave
to stai/ in there for
-Alike A ele'in,
We need our kids to get
over the oohss and aahs'
of that quick and just play.
"It's (FAMU's) first
home game of the year, so
they should be highly-
motivated coming off of a
substantial loss to North
, FAMU was beaten 34-6
by a powerful NFC team,
but the Baby Rattlers reg-
istered blowout wins of
Jefferson County and
Walton in the first two
weeks of the season.
'Melvin said this was a
vintage /Baby Rattlers
team,. meariing there's a
Cottondale receiver Nick Jackson,. right, runs the ball while Terry Benbow looks
for someone to block in a game earlier this season. Floridan File Photo
lot of size and a lot of
speed on the roster,,
though their best days.
may be ahead of them.
"They're just big and
fast," the coach said.
"They had 20 players
move in this year, they've
got some great* running
backs and they're
extremely large up front,"
he said. "I think they have
so many new kids in there
who don't know their sys-
tem yet, so they're still
*working on some of the
mistakes they're making.
"You can tell they
haven't got it all on the
same page yet, but when
they do, they'll be some-
thing' to handle."
Still, Melvin said his
team would be ready
"I feel good about, our
chances going over
there," he said. "Our kids
aren't intimidated by
them, we just have to stay
in there for four quarters.",
Part of Melvin's good
feeling may come from an
improved effort against
The Hornets led that
game at halftime 6-0 but,
lost in large part because
of four turnovers by quar-
terback Jesse Freeman.
In spite of the .errors,
Melvin said his team
looked completely differ-
See CHS, Page 2B '
BY SHELIA MADE
AND DUSTIN KENT
The Marianna Middle School
Bullpuips football team traveled
. to Cottondale Tuesday night to'
play before a packed .crowd in
hopes of keeping their 16 string
of wins alive.
The Bullpups came through
with a 10-0 victory over, the
The Bulldogs only touchdown
came in the first quarter when
Quaayshan Johnson found the.
endzone with Micah Reed going
in for the 2-point conversion.,
Both teams would make it a
defensive battle for the remainder
of the first half of play, giving the
Bullpups a slim 8-0 lead at the
Neither team could put togeth-
er a sustained drive in the second
half of play with the only score
coming on a safety.
With the Hornets working from
the shadow of their own endzone,,
Kyle Tanner pinned the quarter-
back to the one-foot line, forcing
With a high snap, the punter
stepped on the line, giving the
,Bullpups, the final two points, of
the game, .
Following the game.
Cottondale coach Chris Obert
said: "It was a good game, we
didn't win but it was a good
game. Prentice Webb went down
with a back injury in the first half
and Johnathan Brown came ih a
did a good job running the ball
MMS coach Hunter Nolen was
not, quite as pleased with his
team's performancee' '
.."We are not ,executing plays
and not playing up to our capabil-
ities," he said. "We've gotten
lucky these last two games, but
'we've got Riversprings coming
in here undefeated and you can
bet they will bring their best to
Marianna will attempt to make
it 18 in a row Sept. 30 as they
return home for their final home
game of the season against
Riversprings at 6 p.m.
Cottondale wilt face Chipley
Oct. 2 at home at 6 p.m.
The Graceville Middle School
A Marianna Middle School running back
Cottondale defenders during a middle school
Cottondale. Mark Skinner/Floridan
Tigers moved to 2-1 on the sea-
son with a 34-6 win Tuesday
night over Chipley in Graceville.,
Dialo Martin rushed for four
touchdowns, including three in
the first half, to lead the Tigers,
"We played, pretty good,"
Graceville coach Travis Miller
said Wednesday. "(Chipley) is
down a little this year from what
they normally are, but we played
a pretty good game."
runs away .from
game Tuesday, in
The Tigers jumped out to an
18-0 lead in the first half on
touchdown runs of 55, 45 and 43
yards by Martin.
Graceville led 18-6 at halftime,;
but the Titers .squashed any.
notion of a rally on the first play
of the third quarter when Martin
rushed 49 yards for a touchdown
after a failed Chipley onside kick.
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B\ SHELIA MADER
FLOC' DAN CORRESPONDENT
The Cottondale Lady
Hornets got back, on the win-
nihg side this week with two
victories after dropping a dis-
trict match last Thursday
The Lady Hornets
improved to 9-2 overall and 4-
1 in district play with wins
over Altha on Monday and
Grace'% i I le, on Tuesday.
In Tuesday night action, the
Sarsity took the match in three
games against the Lady Tigers
25-4, 25-8 and 25-7.
On the board for Cottondale
was Chelsea Caudill with 13
service points, seven aces,
three kills and two digs, with
Liz Krauser. 'recording nine
service points, seven aces and
five kills. '
Olivia Mosier led"the team
in assists with 25 while tally-
ing 16 service points and 11
aces. : : .
Michelle Bassin had seven
service points; three aces' and
five kills while 'Jessica Haid
had eight service points, four
ace sand eight kills.
The junior varsity won in
taking two out of thiee games,
winning 25-12 in game one
before falling 25-21 in game
two and coming back to take
the math 15-13.
Allyssa Long had 11 service
points and five digs with Kiki
Paul putting up 20 service
points, six digs, and two kills.
Shaey Wright recorded six
service points, one block and
three kills while Na'Kista
Mobley had two kills and one
block while Malakia Turner
had two kills. , ',
Syrinna Pope recorded 12
service points, five digs and
one kill followed by' Katie
Mosier with seven, service
points find seven' digs.
In Monday's match with
Altha, it was, Cottondale win-
ning in'five'sets.; r ."'-
After falling 25-21 in game.
one, the Lady Hornets came
back to take game two 25-16.
Game three went back to
Altha 25-17 before the Lady
Hornets closed it out with two
* solid wins 25-16 and 15-13.
Mosier recorded ,17 service
points, two kills, two digs and
S40. assists, ,while Tessa
Jurgonski had 23 service
Points. two kills and five digs.
Haid recorded 18 service
points, two kills and five digs
with Krauser picking up 15.
service points, four kills'and
Bassin had 16 service
points, three kills, five digs
and 10 assists while Mary
Auger picked up 12 service
points and four kills.
Brandi Jones. was on the
Board with seven digs.
off Sneads in
BY SHELIA MADER
Soccer action continued at
Optimist Park Tuesday night
with eight games, and 16
teams competing for a win.
SIn the Senior League debut,
it was the Galaxy holding off
the visiting Sneads squad 2-1.
Noah Mercer picked up the
first goal of the night on a kick
from the left side that got past
the Sneads goalie to make it a
S1-0 game with just over five
minutes off the clock in the
first half of play.
Late in the first half, it was
Ryan Yocum finding the back
corner of the net for the
Galaxy to make it a 2-0 game
at the half.
Sneads battled back in .the
second half, picking up a goal
off the foot of Jacob
McKinney, but 'fell short of
tying the game before time
In the second game of the
night, it was the Mutiny over
the Wizards 1-0 in a defensive
battle from both teams.
The teams battled to a
scoreless tie after one half of
Midway through the second
half, Jared Fuqua took advan-
tage of a handball penalty on
See MERE, Page 2B >
Bullpups shut out Hornets
10-0; Tigers rout Chipley.
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NCAA coach of the
year Bill Self of the
University of Kansas and
Greg Marshall of Wichita
State will speak at the
Banquet at Chipola
College Oct. 4 at 7 p.m.
The leadership banquet
is free and open to the
public. Business leaders
and high school athletic
departments are also
invited to attend and
bring their staff and
For more information
regarding the Oct. 4
event, call Joc Calloway
at 850-718-2451 or Greg
Heiar at 850-573-6839.
Transformers is having a
charity golf tournament
Oct. 4 to benefit needy
children for Christmas in
Eastern Jackson County.
The tournament will be
at The Caverns Golf
Course at 8 am.
There will be three-
man teams, $60 per play-
er, including lunch.
Register at 482-4257.
State baseball coach L.C.
Smith will conduct a
Oct. 11 at 9 a.m. The cost
is $75 per player.
For more information,
NW Florida State
There will be .a pitcher
and catcher high school
showcase at Northwest
.Florida State College,
Walton, Oct. 11 from 9
a.m. to 1 p.m., with regis-
tration at 8 ,a.m.
* The showcase is for
high school juniors and
seniors and will be held
at the NW Florida State
For more information,
call Doug Martin at 850-
729-5268, or visit
Turkey Shoot Cancer
On Oct. 11, there will,
be a turkey shoot to ben-
efit the Breast Cancer
Society from 10 a.m. to 3
p.m. at Specialty Arms in
Grand Ridge. Call Jeff or
Cathy at 592-4009.-
Chipola Cheer Fest
Deadline for fees and
forms for the Chipola
College Cheer Fest and
Critique Day is Oct. 17.
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
Send all sports items to
m, or fax them to 482-
4478. The mailing
address for the paper is
Jackson County Floridan
P.O. Box 520 Marianna,
Continued From Page 1B
the Wizards to score what
would be the winning goal
for the Mutiny.
In Midget League action,
it was the Giants outlasting
the Crew 3-1, in the early
game before the Sharks
repeated the 3-1 score in
their victory over the
Eagles. Scoring for the
Eagles was Ethan Sapp
while Dustin York put up all
three goals for the Sharks.
Results of the Pee-Wee
league were not available.
Games are scheduled to
continue on Thursday night
with all four leagues in
The Junior League will
kick off at 5:15 p.m. with
Midget and Pee-Wee
Leagues at 5:30 p.m. and
Senior League begins
play at 6 p.m. with the final
game scheduled to start at 7
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The 2-point conversion made it 26-6 and team's date with the Indians. "This was
Rasheed Campbell added another touch- supposed to be rebuilding year for (Grand
down in the fourth quarter. Ridge), but they beat Chipley by about the
"(Martin) had some big runs and we did same amount that we did, so I still think it
a good job up front blocking," Miller said. will be a tough game for us. They'll be
"He got in the secondary and outran pretty good. .
everybody. We had some massive holes on "I think if our offensive line keeps
that offensive line. On a couple of those blocking, we can move the football, but I
runs (Martin) didii't even get touched." don't think we'll be able to reel off the big
Graceville next plays at Grand Ridge runs like we did last night. We'll have to
Sept..30 at 7 p.m. drive the ball more because Grand Ridge
"I think it will be a pretty good game if probably won't give up the big play as
we'll come to play," Miller said of- his much as Chipley did."
S / Continued From Page 1B
ent in its last game.
"The kids played a
whole lot harder against
Wewa (than against
Liberty County)," the
coach said. "They came
ready to play, we just
turned the ball over when
we didn't need to.'"
The turnovers came in
the form of an interception
and three fumbles by
Freeman, the last of which
came inside the Wewa 20-
yard line with, the Hornets
"I think it was just a
quarterback making some
mistakes," Melvin said of
Freeman. "He just didn't
protect the football. He left
the ball hanging out to the
side and on the last one, the
ball just came out of his
"It just happens. He's
ready to play. That one's
over, so we have to get
ready for a district game
this week. Everyone makes
However, Melvin said
the team as a whole per-
formed much better than it
did against Liberty County.
"I feel a whole lot better
than I did (two weeks
ago)," the coach said.
. "We just absolutely
weren't, ready, to play
against Liberty County. We
played a lot better against
Wewa, we just had too
many turnovers. If we
come out with same inten-
sity against FAMU, we'll
see what happens in the
The game starts at 6:30
p.m. local time.
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BABY ITEMS/ FURNITURE/
LOST o| n s P..,h :...-,]F : I3 lmer. ,, D.'.,ng r..Om [. j e.6
O 0buMl O ,,ii nr ,:,u,.' P3a. ielt I r, ,r: m,.,der, M60 ,1)'.
OD ub ETrln.nl Ues iua.1grj p:..: D. rnim .:o-,,,r,,,r, 1,200.
'r vestme'fts Clothes 850-209-4725 850-526-3365.
9. J,, o wSlide, children's Kanga- Dining table, solid cher-
7_c ^.. roo Climber with slide. ry wood base, Ig rec-
Like new. $50.00 tangle glass top, very
850-209-3366 nice, $100. 850-557-1394.
Swing, baby swing by Dresser $200
Gracobattery operated, 850-59272053
good condition: $15 Dresser, king size head-
SANUROUNCEME aoTS1850-482-7507 board & rails, $50 850-
H Urban baby boy clothes 593-5702
AT ENT like new. 850-209.4725 End tables, 2 solid cher-
Ri E R r ..r.I). leaf end tsbl's.
.j' 1 60 174 1b r,.
You should fully BIKEs/ToYs i). ii :
investigate the back | -
ground of any company Tuni-.. 0 TEnyage Mu GUNS
BEFORE paying afee. .irt .lr3 i. Tunl.eard Gr
Proceed with caution if .:i-.. ri:ne $25.00 'O i
you are asked to send 592-2927
money or in calling GUN SHOW
"900"numbers. |.. GUN SHOW*
All numbers prefixed by CLOTm= September27 & 28.
Allyn id^ y CLOTHING Septmber 27&28,
"900" are.charged to National Peanut
callerson a per-minute FeNtioal Pleanu
or per-call basis. Some Formal Gown, 'sz 22, Festival bldg.
of these'calls are to Emerald green w/di- Hwy 231 S.
numbers outside of the amoed side broche. Tag Dothan, Alabama
United States &expen- still on. $150 850-209- Ovat.er Tables *un. 10-4
sive international rates 1077S Call 334-279-9895
are charged to your Ca 34 895
phone bill. Gold two piece long,
THIS PUBLICATION pageant/crowning/par V
makes every effort to ade dress. Size 6 girls HEAVY
list the charges for the $100 850-593-5235 H EQUIPMENT
reader. Remem ber, if o,-r ,, ......"
you have any doubts,
investigate! If it sounds.
too good to be true, it
probably is! Your Better
Business Bureau is an
excellent source of
Call today & start earn-
ing $500.-$1000. per mo.
10,000 BTU 120 volt,
AC, $50 850-482-3267
v ,rn ir'll-121j i' I2'
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good 6t t'.0 9O2 28se
Car -ail car ims
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MARIANNA, FL 32447
Murray Riding Lawn
Mower, 17.5HP 42" cut,
good cond. $200 850-
Old set of pool table
men'30-32-34-6, 10 2004 ASV RC 100 Rub- Painting:Extra large
shirts, $20. 850-592- ber Track Skid Steer astel (blue and pmink)
2927. with FEC Mulcher and floral oil painting. $20
Forrestry Package, 1000 obo. 850-482-8290
Jeans, 8pr. young men's hours, $48,000;Red meta shelf unit
jeans, 30-32-34-36 10 2005 Bearcat 9 Wood 38 m s-526-
shirts, $20.00. Chipper with Hyd. Feed 3452 $25 850-526-
850-592-2927. exc.cond, less than 100 3426':
850,-592-2927.-_--.-- hours, $10,800;
Pink/white heirloom 2002 Komatsu WB140 It'Sas
custom made pageant Extendahoe, 4x4, 4-iri-l easyas
dress, size girls $150 Loader, air cond., 1483
850-593-5235 hours, mist see to ap- .1-2-3
Bobcat 753 Skid Steer 1. Call
E ELECTRONICS 46HP Perkins Diesel,t
$9,800. Call 334-894- 2. Place your Ad
5 Playstation games F T R 'r
Madden. NCAA. Mech 3. GET RESULTS
Warrior. rr,,:,.re 1 MISCELLANEOUS
r".:... U _..... ..._ Tires, set of 4, 225 17"
Daewo,,,, ,.:.gre:..e 25' Magnavox Console Michelinb 17 $150
Divuliaer rvr, r' TV $50850-593-5702 M850-592-2053
u0 te ,, I, la , ,- p e t c F
$45 6.559.292 ; 42" cut Pouln Lawn SPORTING
'amL, Pi.laiir:.n needs push rod $150- OODS
g .cna ar.ri m eA 850-547-5292 Boots, 2 pair of Size 12
$15 for all. 850-592-2927 55 gallon fish tank Hunting Boots. Excel-
_i n standd & pump, good lent condition. $15.00
SEXERCISE ),:,,J O '0 5020 0105 850-592-2927.
r .-n",,n.a r. 4.1 "',: r. Fish Cooker, 1Oqt. Pro-
EQUIPMENT i,:,r'. 4'.:338i fish cooker.New in box.
Brenda pygraf Thigh Custom made Curtains, $25.00. 850-592-2927.
Trainer, Brand new ,82x84 pink blue,wood Hunting boots 1 pr. f
$125 OBO 850-209-1077 cornice 84" cascades, men's Size 9, excellent
Exercise equipment- Swags $150 8505692770 cond. $7. 850-592-2927
Tony Little Gazelle _______________ _____
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3641or 80 2 i 3234
RBB l Doo Q ~FARM |APARTMraErEs roR R HOUSES/RENT MOBILE
S- DOGS EQUIPMENT Rir/FURsHED UNFURNISHED HOME/RENT
rsrsT.il V' Cn.nuihu. iu-., i F. Hay Cutter/Morra.5 Furnished lor 2 BR, Apt. 1BR House for rent. 2/2,5 miles from Mari-
Fu. n j1 .1: r r.: ,Ir, e Disc'Cuts 6.69 feet, or MH, cable, electric, $700/mo $700 dep. anna, very clean, family
el led wante 59 n6-65i,.:r new blades, MF2250, waterincl. on Apt.No (850)2D9-3591 of 2,2 porches,no pet-
p watt-mne r,.1 0,0 or $2800. 850-482-5747 pets 850-557-4757 2/1 in Marianna, no s.$500/mo st,last se-
3 1 ,.ji,.1l1.POT, rr.i,-, Need a New Home? pets/smoking $500/mo 209-8947
,ieu[t.,h,:,i.. .8 ii. Checkout Aperne'rs FOR +dep.StaceyBorges
________u,_______ n.2 11;; the Classifieds RE NniUUIFTRNISHEDi Realtor 850-573-1990 2&3BRMH,Cotton-
Freetogoodhome: Bu- John Deere EzTrak, 445 BR/BA APT., water 3/ $600/o. st/last- dale. http://wwwchar-
ldog mix puppies 850- 0 Turn Lawn Mower, 23 garbage & sewer intl /$250 Dep. 850-592- loscountryliving.com.
BB 209-8206 hp, 54 in. cut, 60 rs., .$400/mo. No pets! 85i- 5571 850-258-4868/209-8847
GENERAL : -, ,. : show room clean,- 526-8392 Or 592-6115 Grand Ridge: 2/1 2BR/BA MH in Alford;
13" IR, P AN'T Dn cil .i .,h,.. ', $3850, 334-726-4788
HEL I WANTED 2 "' .. BR APARTMENTS & $550/mo. lst/last/$250 $350 plus deposit.
L ts on te PRODUCE RENT $525-$650/MO Nice 3/1 on 1 ac, hard-. 2498/573-1851M
[ IDmes., P lare ,,rnts onBILEHOMitFOR-.86PROC RENT0)2-5-35-48/573-1851.
Agriculture $225.334886-2524 --____ (850)209-3591 wood floors, C/A, stove, 2BR/2BA MH.,Water,
& CS OPS Peanut FRESH GREEN PEANIUTS 2BR/1.5BA Apt in town, refrigerator,695/mo garb& sewer incl. CH/A
Inspection posi- FRE. .j, u I"j:. -i' $595/mo $300 damage 850- 526-3355 $500/mo. NoPets! 850-
tions. Apply 61,,r 85 351. 44?) dep. No pets. (850) 482- Sdcluded 2/1 in Marian- 526-8392/592-6115
5312 CnifSt. "_H____ ___ 5134 na, very pleasant, C/A, 20MIFOR RENT i
Graceville, FL our Apartmentforrent stove, refrigerator, BR FO RENTi
(850)263- 2355 2BR Apartmret for rent $575/mo 850 52-3355 Cypress; $320/mo. No
EEO/AA Eq ent 850-326-1 Greenwood,450/mo. pets/smoking.Ref. Req.
S"1850-326-177 uu (850)685-2353 *
Imeit p sE&RAN ACRE. Very nice 2 BR
er diaoresg' &n Sra n CO ERCA -houseonHwy90 3/2 Cottondale water;
for Laborerg&st L4g / n_-,t P,-oDra v p O RENTR E, apple. & lease garb, bug spray. $550/
Operators. Dreg Testing ______/_R___ i-. P p rv/ II
is Required. Call M-F _' --,riehome req. Sewer/ wa-m im (lease)+ $550 sec.
s R -2d ,RTM ',CIF ter./lawn main. No Pets. 850-352-4869.
_9-3 850__ 792020 P ,_ c n, Business Office Space incl. $600/mo.
NEED TO PLACE AN AD? 1000 SF, Kitchenette, $250dep. No pets 3/2MH near Marianna
It's simple ca one of Bathroom, $850/mo. Non-smoking on 2ac. fenced yard
ot' s simple, call one of I until. incl. 526-3668 526-8367 $500/mo. $500 dep. 850-
representativesnd EQUIP ENT FARMS 526-4320
they will be glad'ARMS/
to assist you. 12ft hay mower
s-- tuo edu to l$0r, 00, |AprENTS FOR ACREAGE
POSTAL IOBS 850-866-2774 REN/FUR SHED FOR SAL BY OWNER EARN EXTRA
hiring. For applica- 1 set of KMC twin row
tion& free Govern- planters, 4 row. mount- Edgewood Apts. Furn. 1 County. Wooded with
ment lob info, Ame- ed on a patilk frame 1 BR duplex apts. Free Count( Road Frontage
bor: 1-913-599-8226, lift assist wheel and & garb. 592-4793. $3,950 per acre
24hrs. emp. serve. fertilizer attach. 1,000 "
gal nur. tank nmount-
U |[ i.s .arnm i trailer.
S CATS 3.:J t-i';; le
l Ai200? J,,r,,, '..ere.- 9970,
FREE ADULT CATS: Cotton Picker 4 Row.
Several to choose from. 1520 engine hours. 1040
850-482-4057 fan hours. Shed kept.
FREE: Small female 334-403-0569
tabby kitten 850-352- You Name It...
4723 You Name It.
Classified Has It!!!
Free to good home, 2
adult Bobtail females & 2 Lilliston Peanut
2 kittens, 850-592-4031 Combines 1580 & 1500,
also 4 "Long" drying
FREE TO GOOD HOME: 2 wagons. 334-774-1247.
Cats. 850-482-4252 4425 J.D. Combine Both
Free to good home: 2 Heads, 9004 P-Nut
kittens, 1 orange tab- Combine 6-Peerless, P-
by, 1 multicolor, Itr ;.Nut Wagons. 7 Peerless
trained 850482-2994. dryers, KMC four row
shaker 334-266-5907 or -
.Free to good home, 6 334-355-2883
wk old kittens, 850-557-
7831 Ford 2000 Tractor, gas,
hew paint, many new
Free to good home, kit- parts, 334-299-3102
tens, Litter trained 850-
594-9905 Gandy 4 row insecticide
Kittens:2 Orange Males boxes, for two chemi-
Free to good home. calls mounted on tool
6mos old Ltr bx trnd. bar. Good condition.
850-482-8001. $500, 229-758-3146
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Center is currently accepting applications:
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PLEASE APPLY IN PERSON AT:
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complete an application and speak with
a representative for further information.
WRNC is an Equal Opportunity Employer
and Drug Free Workplace
y DOLLAR h
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This is retail!
Dollar General Corporation is one of the failed growing
retail companies with more than 8,000 stores in 35 stateles.
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Must have dependable
transportation, valid car
insurance & drivers license.
Come by and fill out an
application at the-
Jackson county Floridan
4403 Constitution Lane
Place an Ad __
By Phone: (850) 526-3614 or (800) 779-2557
By Fax: (850) 779-2557
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P.O. Box 520, Marianna, FL 32447
In Person: 4403 Constitution Lane
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equivalent. Must have experience in
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to obtain 40 hour certification in
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Job Title: Graphic Artist
The DOTHAN EAGLE and its
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oriented atmosphere... then this is
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CLASSIFIED FLORIDAN 5B
SHOME/RENT REAL ESTATE
3BR/2BA MH in Sneads
& Marianna. Call 3 NEW HOMES
Mon Fri after 4pm UNDER 175k NEAR
(850) 593-4452. HIGH SCHOOL,
EASY TO QUALIFY
FOR NO DOWN
PAYMENT & NO
CASH NEEDED TO
CLOSE & MOVE
IN. CALL JAMES
8367 OR 850-526-
Sell it in
the Classifieds! PRICED TO SELL
Cottondale, 3/2,'99 MH UNDER 200K
for rent/ lease option,
$650/ mo.Cal) (850)
MH lots avail & some
MH when avail. Blue The Best Pets
Springs MH Park,
Marianna. Water/s- are found
ewage/garb./lawn in the
incl. 850-482-4060 Classified Ads
3BR HUD home! $213 "Dead Lakes" Wewa,
mol 4% down 30 yrs @ 2/1, waterfront, boat
8% APR Listings. Call ramp/dock. Wkly/mon.
800-570-8898 ext, F478 rates. 850-639-6760
o BOAT/MOTOR BOAT/MOTOR BOATS/MOTORS BOATS/MOTORS
TRAILERS TRAILERS TRAILERS TRAILERS
"TORC.c LE SWEETWATER '94, 20ft. Jason 1986 bass boat
't .Im rms Pontoon Boat, w/trai- 110 Johnson motor,
M OtOr h 0m es ler,'06 trolling motor, garage kept, good con-
i.ra i e tl-jiers with extras $8,000 334- edition $4500 OBO 334-
Ar utr, r 775 7548 794 5511/334-798-5936
T 1 A M -I- : .r..
T-"-1A '7 ..-. .- SEADOO '94 EXPLORER Mako *97 Model 191-19',
p'mrr6P 4 4 h eJET-BOATe-$13ft. Excel- 150 HP Mercury live 3wip
Silent Condition. 72hp, well, Bilge pump, $9,000
Ill rMOTORSl, 8 depth finder, Custom. OBO. Wil trade. Call
BOATS/MOTORS Galv Trailer, Cover and 334-718-1550
q TRAILE ,RS Q --other extras. $3700
OBO. Call 334-794-6793 Mako'77 center con-
Triton 2005 1753 Crap- S TSC T70,- PORTCRAFT 7030- v. Msg. sole, 20f, 00HP evin-
pie, mercury 60HP, 4 ft, 440 Chyr. engine, rude, e excellent shape, Hunter 2004 306, li
stroke front & rear live good condition, $5,000 $6000bo, 334-55-6689 available,din Port t.
wells, and bait well, lots OBO 334-687-4634u Laten '03 Camper Trail- Joe, FL great weekend
of storage, fully m erw/slide. 30 ft. Fully getaway, Detailed pics
equipped. $12,500 OBO SILVERQUEEN 70 self contained. $6900 & info upon request.
850-547-3484 after 6PM Houseboat in good OBO, 334-687-4503 $70K 850-653-8147. Lv
shape $6,500 FIRM
Classifieds have what 334-695-3548 Javin 16 foot boat, 90 M
you are looking for. i -,'.:..-.-. HP Johnson. $3500 334-
Ranger '89 bass boat Moomba 06 Outback V 797-0309
Triton '08,18 ft. Explor- 370-Vw/ 94 Mercury V-8 ndmar asau06 t 325 7970309
er w/115 HP Mercury 150hp. Trolling motor mtr w/120 hrs equip. Javelin'94'Bass boat
Optimax. 71 pound mo- and depth finders, w/hydraulic wake 377A 150 fast strike,
tor guide, 480 GPS/fish $5250. 334-714-5813 plate, ballast system trailer. $4750 334-596-
finder, stainless steel tealtst 1694m
prop. Ready to fish Pontoon Boat, 2007, wake board tower,C- 1694
$18,600. 334-774-5412 or used 5 times. Fisher 18 D/sound system ect., Javelin'00 Renegade
334-790-1346. ft., 4 stroke 60 Mercury. $26,000 OBO, 334-432- 20ft., 225 Johnson, 821b Glassstream '84 Hy-
Bottom paint, GPS, pd. 0890 thrust trolling motor, draBass 15 V,w/ 80 hp
Tiara '00 3500 Open, $18,500, sell $12,500. 1 em trailer, $9800, marianer motor 91
twin diesel engine, 334-794-3063 Marquis '77 w/1990 re- 334-596-1694 model. 45 pt trolling
master bedroom, full built 90 HP motor, motor. Green, runs well,
bath & kitchen, bay Nitro'92 180FS 150hp, trolling motor & fish Chaparral '84 198XL 185 very clean, Great cond.
point slip free. $155,000 garage kept, $6,900. finder. $3,000 obo. 334- Evinrude with trailer $3800. OBO. 850-573-
850-258-9917 OBO. 334-333-5178. 475-3272 $3500. 334-693-9360 6222..
Gambler '98 19 foot
bass boat, 150 HP mari-
ner, gambler trailer,
like new. $8200. 334-
Fisher 2008 1754, 40HP
4 stroke mercury, ta-
bird 565, live well, bilge
pump, $11,200 334-798-
Chaparral 210 SSI '05,
Yellow, 260 hp, bimini
top, galvanized trailer,
custom cover, garage
stored, only 20 hours,
many extras. Like new.
Boat & Trailer, 14 ft
Randall Craft, Rebuilt
trailer $500. 593-6127
BassTracker '08 pan-
fish, stick steer, 50 HP
mercury, like new.
TRAVEL TRAILERS HOMs
Jayco '03 camper, 34 ft. Da Intruder 00'
2 slide outs. Exc. cond. Damonintruder 00'
Like new on rented lot 35 ft. Class A design-
with water front view ier. V-10,27,17K 2TV
Lake Eufaula $19,000 slides, 2 AC, 2 TV's,
OBO 334-793-0021.0 side by side frig w/
ice maker. New tires,
Forest River Surveyor Towing pkg. $39,500.
'06 30ft. Travel Trailer, 334-696-4746.
8, excellent cund., Concord Coachman '05
$16,995, 334-792-5151 or Motor Home. 23' long
334-648-1828 2700mi, Take over pay-
26ft. Allegro, well
maintained, new tires,
fully loaded, new paint,
indoor kept. $12,500.
Call 334-792-8018 or
Fleetwood Scor ion '06,
popup mountedon a
trailer. Kitchen, bath,
ramps. $14K. Call Blake-
Fleetwood Prowler '04
5th wheel, 25 ft, bunk- 1997 Four Winds Class
house, 1 owner, no C, 31ft, A/C, stove, mi-
pets/smoker, like new, crowave fridge, sofa,
gas/elec H20 heater, dinette. $74,900. Call
$15,200 850-557-1731 334-791-1450.
FLEETWOOD '05 Prowl- r
er AX6, fifth wheel, 36ft,
4 slides, flage, large
shower, 30/50amp. A,
real must st: $39,900
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Ru,,nrer. :reat .:or,., '04 Pace Arrow 37 C,
ioin 9.1.i000 Pie.:ae Work Horse Chassis.,
3:4 791 26i9 19K, loaded, 3 slides, 99
- tow car; $93,000, Call ,
alurninurnm In. risrin g (334)618-0717 .
Dual 24HP motor. ail '
er, trolling m.,)Ir. fish FleetoOd WM
Iocaor. S301)34-167I- Prlwier Camper. i ..
2998 ig.sin.deou, i8.2BR. HI. TV'
Greal c..ind. 10.500.
Alumacraf Ch 0 Flat,. i18 Call229-308 1168 '03 V STAR 1100. 12K
91' HO lhhrAuson, trollng _. miles. lot oI chrome. ?
motor depth finder. C,,acnmar 99 Royae. nhelmets. 54.500 229.
marie well Din, TOp. 1 lAt with? large t.ide 334 7469
229 72351 ,r 9- ,u een. n bed..c p 2005 CRF 150 F Honda.
Enarlu s a goodcond,t,on. ,ery
306-2595 2A. un .Os 90 radlon r'
ra.rialli.t onnSeminolie. low mileage. $2.000
SCanSItay or mov,.. 687-3275 or 850-625.
$13.500. 314.678-7551 3965
98 Coacihinn Santa Harlevy 06 1200 Sports
ra. 351.23.00 miles Ier.nwrie. dyrna fender.
7KW generator. 2 en. Screaming Eagle pipes
95 Huni2. a3lelther poter ca H.iarly '07 Fai Boy. v.i.d
vvurtier 2135 l.ailr slap:. crrairs. base black, less than 400
C, ira,ler. '0l 5cis Ht,$ me,'t model. greal milis. $17.500 OBO.
080, Call 334-806-2822. seicerecors, 33 910891
'89 BASS BOAT 17ftfiP- '.0uJ 8 76'. Harley.Davidson'00
berglassw/88HP John- 33 Heritage softtail twin
son motor, uns great' cam, blue & silver, rd
w/trailer $2,100 080 -radio lots of extras,
334-695-2194i ,. _' 1 $12.000. 3.34-671-4281.
35 HP Mercury'84
Manual Start Rebuilt'98 -
$600 OBO 593-6127 u
34ft. House Boat,,
Sleeps 6, good cond.,
asking $12,000 OBO, '95 Westport by Fleet- 'i-
Call 334-7921079 or wood, 34' 2 slides, rear
334-718 9054 kitchen, hardwood
floors, good condition, r -
$1$4,000 6872684, 334-A S
703.,. \ 25 '04 Road King. 5680
2007 19ft. Pilgrim Lite C miles, Excellent
Travel Tra iler, like new, Cond. Cond. Better-than
asking $10,000, Call new, Lot of.extras
S .. (334)677-3827 $14,1000 obo.Cal 334- k
.. -.. 2006 custom park mod- 33-6108 _
30ft. Hunter Sail Boat, months perfect for lake
turn key Live Aboard,, lot, hunting.cabin or
great weekend get mother in law suite on
away. Many upgrades, your lot, ready to move.
Pt. Saint Joe, FL., $18K $33,900. OBO (251)654-
OBO, Call 850-227-4034 5586
2004 90 hp Mercury 2005 Gulf Stream'Cavi-
Out board $3750. 0irm ar Pkmd, 31'L, sleeps Harley Davidson '05
also 9.9 HP Evinrude 6, excellent condition. Electra Glide Ultra Clas-
$650. 334-774-3165 or Full stand up shower. sic, Red/Black, Loaded,
334-791-7208 $6,000. 334-237-1039 Great cond. $18,000,
$2001 17' Glastron 334-389-9889.
Aluminum trailer, great
shape, $7500, Call 334-
r677-4912 '-.2003 Keystone Cougar -"' n
5th wheel, Series 276
EFs. 28 ft. wi/living
leave a message. Harley Davidson '06
-11995 Shatia Tiranl Dyna Super Glide
Traler, 22 ni -leeps 4. motocycle, Pearl Red,
$5500. Call 331, ;.94 chrome, fwd. controls,
1998 16ft. Express Bass 1' wind shield,.sundowner
Boat, 50 Exprs amh s s seaL 6-spd. 4900 mi.
depth find er, garage -raler ?. h FullyIs .l
kept. Great cond. $7000 contained, Used once
OBO, 334-805-0818 Pd $13,400, askind $10k -:
16ft., 1974 Glastron w/ 850-579-2217- .. .
199870 HP Tohatsu, M o r m
runs great, $3000, Call MoToR
334-714-4882" N HOMEs
electrAocE. S22.000 7 H3riev Davidson'06
'01 60009Sceamr, Eagle VPOD.BtW
850.890-0097 Red. i.;K mi. Asrar,ry.
t $ $18.000 Call394-7144
CAMPERS/ $ 5 C,
TRAVEL TRAILERSHAa-r4'" it Oa 06
Sprinter 61999 5th wnene e e SporttLer Custom. Red,
2ff, with slides out a Winneeg:99rave 7,800 miles. Great con-
f loaded w ith s5-Cot 35C', living rm, edition. $9,500 osbo. 334-
selling for $21K. 850- carpet & bath fixtures Fatib8 ear Bue 6
805 243058 4,00 mile. $25,500. spd. 2000 miles, excel-
3774 a0.47.'.31 leIt condit;or, lots ,of
ROYALS Internatlonal $14,r50. 00 Call 334-,
5TH Wheeltrailer 40'. $,1 0 6 Ca9 14-
w/slide 6ut.'26' awning, Or 44.- 692.
many extra $6,500 205- F Harley DaviOsor,'08
988-3283 | Rod Kinrg Crims.on
Prowler'98 5th Wheel. e'l Re| i5- iipd 675 Iots.
31ftf.living & dining ltrra r, ry .
slide, full bath. Queen, arrarr 19.500Call
bed, end kitchen/oak h% 346189d 8
cabinets, exc. cond. R-VISION'06 Trail-Lite
$10,500. 334-791-1783 26ft fully loaded low
Prowler 34 ft, 2 slides, mileage like new! In-
bumper pool sitting on ude's navigation sys-
lot in Eufaula with boat tem. Priced at $62,500 S K_ LL
shed. Call for details. OBO 334-616-6508 to Harley Davidson
$15,000 FIRM. 334-798- see! '08 Road King.
0095 or 334-685-7742 Crimson Red ,
0 --- or 34 574 - ." ', 6-spd. 675 miles,
Outback'06 31 RS excellent condi-
Loaded $16,900 0 0 a a tion. warranty.
334-618-4501.- 334 618-9828.
NWah l4 5A th whl e l- "Ne PA1
24-53, 1 slide, impres-
sive condition and-
equipment, W-07 Silver-
ado available for total
travel package, let's
discuss price. 334-701-
Montana 2005 5th
Wheel, 4 slides, king
bed, excellent condi-
tion. $34,500 OBO 850-.
Lqonana (02 51h heel
cimper. j2.5 1. 2 Slide',.
mounted space healer.
rnew 4000 Oran
generator w/inside re-
motel $25k OBO, 850-
Maco '06 5th wheel
w/slideout, used lyr by
non-smoker, can be
seen at 2469 El Bethel
Church Rd. GR. $19K
Keystone Hornet '03, 27
ft, no smoke/pets, very
clean, has a super slide,
below wholesale $7900
Jayco 2001 pop up
camper, sleeps 7, gas
or electric fridge, heat-
/cooling system. awn--
ing. $4800 334-794-7103
Jayco "08" Eagle 5th
wheel, 291RLTS, 3
slides, with covers,
electric awning $35K,
selling for health rea-
Gulfstream '03 26' Fifth
Wheel w/ slide out,
Great cond. $12,000,
TURE travel trailer. 33
ft. Large slide-out.
Sleeps 9. Great condi-
tion. $16K. Must see.
Call Bob 334-445-6400.
Munocr )rghl ', 06.
Save $25K Or more
Deie. 4 slide. 430 mi.
$159 700. 850-66-2174
sa.oes. rull body saml
I IK mdes. liKenew.
m5;.900 more into 3]]4
Holiday Rambler '02,
diesel pusher, 2 slides,
outside ent. center,
loads of extras, no
smoke, no pets, 38K
mi., Must.Selll $68,500
OBO, (850) 638-7920 or
Geo '96 Tracker TOW
CAR w/ hard top & road
master pack. $5,500.
Fourwinds '08 Chateau
Sport Class C, 28 ft.
Workhorse Chassis 6.0L
Vortec. 5578K mi. no sl.
outs. non-smoket and
pet free. $55,000 obo
"Serious inquiries only*
Fleetwood 2002 Discov-
ery 39ft, 2 slides, 330
HP diesel, very nice
Airstream '93, 34' diesel
64K mi. Excellent cond.
HD '02 Fat Boy. Motor-
cycle. Custom, 8500 mi,,
exc. condition. Loaded,
$12,000 OBO. Call 334-
HD '031200 Sportster,
100i Anr,; Ed. n,'
5hield. b3gi. Tandem
seal v,' backrest. 7500
miles. Ext. con a 5500.
HD '05 Sofrail Standard.
Only has 900 mi Has
oeen kept in house.
S 11.000. Not esen a
HD '06 Heritage Softtail
Classic. White, 5-spd.,
1700 mi., excellent con-
dition. $16,500. Call 334-
Honda '03 VTX 1800
Black, Motorcycle. Gar-
age kept with approx
2000 miles. Showroom
condition. Backrest /
luggage rack w / bag,
quick detach wind-
HONDA '04 Rancher ES,
low miles, Great cond.
Honda'05 Foreman 500,
red, warn wench 2.5 ton
luggage rack, mirrors,
thumb bar. like new,
need to see. $4,500 334-
HONDA '05 VTX 1300,
RED, 5000 miles, war-
ranty, Great cond.
garage kept, $6,200,
Honda '06 CRF230.
$2200. 334-618-3234 or
S Clay O'Neals
REDUCED TO $77,900
3 /2 Custom built DWMH w/ covered
patio & screened porch on beautiful
2.3 AC near Malone. Pole barn, dbl
carport with storage bldg. NO
REALTORS PLEASE 850-569-2555 (lv
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S- .* BMW '04 330C1, conv., Ford '83 LTD Crown Vic. Nissan 04' Frontier XE Chevy '00 Tahoe, LT,
black, w/black int, Blue, AC cold, $1,300. truck silver, bedliner, 4x4, black w/tan leath
A nav., system, call for 00. 334-598-2032.. J" cd, 5 spd manual,4-cyl, er.145K, winch &brush
more info. $28500 080 pwr pkg, lots of extras, guard. $8,900 OBO 793
229-308-1493 Ford '85 Crown Victoria U 46K mi $9,900; 850-594- 9130 or 205-907-0861
LTD, 4-dr. V-8 auto, 92K 4921 Iv msg
BMW'04 Sedan Md# mi. new paint & vi1top. -
525i Silver, 28,775K mi., $1,495. 334-687-1363. -
Hond AT/s 6 Garaged, exc. NISSAN '05 Titan. 4
Honda'06250 Rebel, cond. 30,500. 334-803- Ford 95' Mustang,Co- door. Black, Auto. 8- ,N Nlat
Motorcycle. 334-498-3918. 9276 or 334-393-5829 nvertable $2500850- Nissan'05 Maxima SL. Reduced-Sacrifice Dodge '06 Ram, Silver, cyl4 WD.-dis in-
$2.800,334-498-3918 726-0256 White. Fully loaded. Chevrolet'57 Bel-Air, 4 Auto. 6 cyl. 2WD. 23k, dash changer. 31k Chevy'05Tahoe
HONDA'06 VTX 1300 C Bonneville'05 GXP, Leather, Exc. cond. door, new eng. & paint,' Power steer, CD, A/C, miles, excellent con- White leathe CD
Crue 0T 1iles North Star V8 engine, Great gas, new tires, 75% refurbished. Many Like new. Cust exhaust edition. $24000 / obo. rdWhite, Roweaonther, CD,
black& chrome, Vance Metalic grey,50K miles Cin Carfax, 56K $17,500 extras Taking bids bed cover, rails, foot Call 229-942-5532. XM 2WD 40,500
and Hines custom ex- $18,500 850-209-1087 334-797-8164 starting at $12,000. Call rail $18k 334-790-4509. miles, very clean,
haust, $8,500 OBO 334- Buick '95 Skylark, for Nissan '08 Altima 2.5 (334 34FIND Nissan07 Titan 5.6 LE $18 500, Call 334-899-
695-9269, 334-695-9265 sale for junk, $200 850- 15k miles, extended HAIT with king cab. 1 owner. 7099.
Honda'07750 CC. 4 yr. 592-2568 warranty 1 owner, like A FAST Leather. Loaded$24,000.334-794 Che 03 Trailblazer
maintenance & yr. adll Ford96new condition. $17,900 TRALE IN THE CASSIFIEDS $24,000. y Trailb
ant 5adi '06 DTS GM, Ferbird 334-750-4698 Ford '02 F250 Ext. cab mess. 334-648-0780. LT, seats 8, exc. condi-
warranty included. Ask- fully loaded 31,50 m. White V6 $2400334- Cub Cadet zero turn Ford 02 F250 Ext. cab mess.334-648-0780 tion 14000 actual mi.,
in692g Payof! Immaculate condition. 793-9020 or 334-794- Oldsmobile '00 Intrigue, mower50' new blade 4WD, 7.3 Diesel, min issan '06 Titan SE 73K ong. price. $36,000, ask-
2692 $24,500. 8S0-592-2773 6234 110k miles, runs great, w/ 5X8 trailer ext. leather, lots of extras, burgundy, kino cab, 4 ing $14,800. 334-333-
Honda'07 750 CC. 4 yr. Caemust sacrifice. $4300 warr. 1 yr. old. l o edoorntowpackage, 1685
aien 0 CC4 yr. Cailla '9 Allante GAS SAVER 334-648-3161 $2600.760-409-6204 $16K OBO 334-685-3832 doro acd 1 ,000 wrkr
maintenance &5 yr. Convertible, red, beige Dodge '97 Neon, 50____ Ford '67 Bronco. Auto.
warranty included. Ask- leather excellent.71 speed, A/C. 107k miles, Oldsmobile '94 Delta Ford '99 350 V-10 super- Ford '04 F50 Fx4, Super 598-3874, cell 726-9500 $3500.334-701-3804.
ing Payoff! 850-573- miles $13,900 334-449- like new, must see! Eighty-Eight Royale LS. duty ext. van. tow Cab, 6-disc CD, 68K mi.,
2692 2823 or 334-723-3037 $2200. 334-648-3171 Sedan. Silver, Auto. 6- pack., exc. cond. 78K $15,500, Call (334) 897-
Cadillac96Fleetwoodcyl. Fair condition. Pow- mi. $6,750. 850-638- 0582 Ford '03 Eddie Bauer Ex-
.= .E Cadillac 96 Feetwoo, GM '75 El Dorado, fully er steering, CD, A/C, 9771. Ford '05 F-25050k plorer, V-8,leather, sun-
SBroutgham Edition, 22" restored, $10,000. 229- AM/FM, stereo, runs F. A g $ 500. e & tan. 89 mi,
rims, ex. cond., 78K 334-8719 well 2,000-80 FREGHTLINER 01 miles. Askig $0,50. towing pkg Reduced
Smi., asking $6400 OBO, 7M f F 7 eir r kCall 941-268-1128. Ik
Call (334) 379-5118 Honda '00 Accord, red, 334-790-6576. FDL120. Semi truck, Call 941-268-1128. $8,900,229-254-9774
810,800 mi. good cond. Ford '02 F150 Lariat, Ex- Ford0 Escape Hybrid
door, $5,500 334-6 4- ns Plymouth '68 Fury I. $19K OBO, 850-352-4808 tra Cab, tool box, new TOYOTA '01 Pre Runner, SUV. burgundy/silver,
3A:rKawasaki '00 ZX12, i. : -_r.ond- "0 ::. Make offer 334-447- Freightliner '04 M2.28K factory trans. 108K m., maculate, 41K actual Auto. 4-cyl. 2 WD.
Kawagreen, lots ofZextras12, o -. : : ar,. u A rer 9152. GVWR, 26ff box w/6 ft runs great. $8500 BO, miles, V-6, ext cab, 47,000k mi., great con-
green, lots of extras, Plym t attic, CAT engine 159K Call (334) 596-9966 loaded, $12,900 334- edition. Power brakes,
extended swing arm, ew. $l50. 5 r, "" Plymouth'85 Reliant, 4 miles. Excellent Condi- Ford '00 F-150 Lariat 687-6863,334-695-2161 Power steering, CD,
ded 6500 r, cyl. automatic, good tion. $24,000.798-1221 with brush guard. 103k Toota 98 Tacoma, ext r we, ow mes,
OBO 334-790-0028 H.r, d3'a CIC, E' mpg. Very dependable. 'mi. $7,900, Call 334-693-
Cipe, rie, p work car, $1250.334- Freightliner 92' 60se- $ cab Auto. 6-cyl.4 new tires, leather int.
KAWASAKI -'03 Vulcan _i 1 __ ca Auto. 6_;
75k. miles; $9,8 00.6B 3 616-0639, 334-695-6202 ries Fullertrano mis- 5454, leave message. WD. 220k CD, A/C;runs Warranty, $20,000.334-
sion Good for log truck well, Great cond. $6700, 803-1810.
S1500 Classic. Never laid Chevrolet03 Tahoe 334-677-3694 or Pontaic '84 Trans-Am or long haul. $9000. 850- 334-618-2960.
down, 19,000 miles, ex- LT.'SUV. Black, Auto. 334-714-4029.riai r638--2229. Ford '03 Excursion Ed
cellent condition. Load- 8-cyl. 2WD.78,000, 334-714-4029ram air, hard top con- 638-7290/850-5272229.Ford '03 Excursion Ed
ed, $7,500.334-702-7775 excellent condition, vertible, 2 sweater. Very Toyota '97' Tacoma die Bauer. 2WD. Excel-
if no answer, leave Loaded, CD, AC, rare car $6,500 334-792- Gooseneck Trailer, 20ft 200k miles, AC, CD, 5 lent condition. Fully
message. SM/FM, stereo, new *4100 or 334-618-9101. flatbed, dual axel, 14K speed, good condition, loaded. Must sell. .
-. -- -, tires, leather nt. Pl capacity, less thaniW bdliner& tool box 334- $9,800.850-956-4748.
S, vr leae 0 Pontiac '01 Bonneville, 500 miles, $5,500 firm 797-6186
v- e cle 33-7 400. -white, 6-cyl., CD. 115k 850-890-0097 Ford *07 Explorer Eddie
SCal 334-790-5685. mi. Very c ean, good Ford '03 F-150 Lariat, Bauer, V6,3rd row seat
cond.$5000 BO. 334- Volvo '97 dump truck 4x4, Leather; Supernew, asking $20,975 obo, Call,
Chevrolet'07 Corvette. 791-1604. W-64, tri-axle, 16' body. 4 doors, off road pack- 34-797-4576
Convertible. White, ext. side, R swing barn age, Loaded! $15,600.
Auto.v8-cyl. 2 WD. Pontiac '01 Grand AM door. $19,500. OBO 334- Call 334-797-7178.
Auto. 8-15,700,excellent condi-. Honda '05 Civic ESpe- GT.$2,00 Firm. 205-310- 685-2772; 334-671-7632
15,700, excellent condi- cial Edition, Fiji-Pearl/ 2J 11,Can em
awasaki'04 Ninja, tion. Loaded, $43,900. Blue, 5 spd. 36500 m., 292 Cn e-mail pics
blue, low miles, Like' Call 334-714-1400. $13,500,919 844 2586. PARTS
new. 2700, obo, 334- 8Pm,
983-6264.Chevrolet '87 Corvette Honda '07 Civic Coupe ACCESSORIES Toyota'00Tacoma Pre-
Coupe. 71K actual m. 1 Touch screen GPS navi- ,-Tyo Sr T P
owner, Ztops, other ex- nation system, VD0. 'd m,,de4 Car n. ui runner ext. cab, brush
tras described when layer,26K m., black, er. ,, n-w. 500 8508 Ford '05 F15. Pick- guard, tool box, new all
Called. 334-393-2109 $16,000 786-223-2278. 5 3911 943 up. stone, Auto. tires, great shape. 121K
S8-cyl. 20. 15,500, mi. 334-671-3635. GMC '00 YUKON105K
Che '03 Z06Cobrvette, Jeep '01Grand Chero. Camper re. ,:.n. r excellent conda- miles; loaded SLT leath-
E lenicinrda K rr,, kee, Mint condition. d. FL I 9. tion. Loaded, I er, On-Star, sunroof,
$27.500. 850 628 Newtires, d Bia. Lik eneA .6 $14,000. Call 334- h'1t. PVD Player, warranty,
*'.. .. --J$5,000.Net 4ir 685-383, Ccall l i34;r 271;. 793-4930. ".# $9,000334-695-0119
Ca-.V,Iv 16MahrOu.4LR. $0,000. 334-685-3832 Ponu,; I Crar,ad AjA, leave message
..- l -owTiie, oadea Red4DR,AC, AT, C.D., vesul, new 6'A30'pro-
iawasaki '06 ZX-10R, $10,000 334-687-4571: AM/FM. Real CleanI tabie ramp for sale or I
Black, Motorcycle. 3200 Chevy'32 Original body $3,500.334-792-7814 c Inq r irrr 19.S50 .
miles, runs well, ecalow frame, 350 engine, AT Pontiac'06 TO, 60, T eta Ms se Tyol '06 Tromrn
$7000,334-687-8624.l to appreciate! Serious l00HP 24,000 miles, o e ICK- ao. .cyl. 4 WD
i only. $20,000o black in/o Loaded, power
Kawasaki 1 ,00 750 n obo ll $oru 526,000,850-352- TRUCKS Lar, loa29 00 tires, $10,2007149510
new, bumper, specialty Je, 3752/850-557-6666 brakes, power steering,
bumpger,'95W SUV. I Icronrei'l is, 'LS.I -a CD, AC,:AM/FM,stereo,
package, Ao Wheels, Chevy '90 Corvette Con- ite, 5-sp 4-cyl. 4 Pontiac'07 G6, 4 cyl., owner Crew Cab, runs well, low miles, GMC'01 Yukon SLT,
K2750LTD-H2.Needs 4. 3 9 99 CD, AM/FM, stereoruns (334)4456302, Call 334792-2724 CD Player $9,500. 334-475-3600. tires, 10,200..714-9510.
work, good parts bike, Che'vy,4-caprice 44dr.' well, new tireas,$9,500 (334)733-0579 Financi ailabler-$9,SO-1..T. -
work, g 0obod rb. ev'1a priceI 4-dr.i OBO. Call 573-578-3416 Chevrolet '00 Silvefado WAC. !
l3l ml., $700 obo -. new paint,' Burgundy in or 0297. Moving must 1500, 5.3L V8, Red, Call John 334-797-0420
cash. 334-393-1735 = out Good cond. 96K 30 r.ne0 ,:.,ur,br.Clar. .oPlace your ad L ewtn334-7,-604Townerg
Kawaski'07Mean S4.200 ORO0OrFtr3d$. Eat c,,prs. 12" I n.2 hi. Pla ce your Loa d.orJason334-714-1601 .-M C o
3Kawaski'0Mean 6 9.l 08 or ianc.:..r. 12-in. r- r A/C, runs well, Great GMC '01 YukonSLT
U.ireaik ipc.al Edit.on. 35.- -a93-9e '.n, `riJ. roll bar ceris. Sales and Service cond. Extras 12000.00 1 white Ithr, owner, ga-
Under 500miles,extras _____ rrmakler Directory 080, 334-355-1272. G raged, 92K mi. $10,900.
334in8cu9 542di 4 alk i,, O"Kawasa, '07 Brute andCgrow Cnevrol '7sIoWheel [4124 or 334-797-7603.
SForce 650 4. a'. : yourbusiness!!! er %ar, grarn ; nOd. 33 .
T TM 0625 1S\F. Cn 1,1'94Camaro. ?2dhours Eceiientcon 794 29 Toot'TaomaSR.
eyi, c:a& ^ Sri0S *5 d $0 .0 3350 4 Ford '03 F150XL Toota '0?Taroma SRS.
S3 0650 209.le BlueSean 5 d. no.5000.34.488.. Chevrolet'041500,4x4, Black, 5-spd manual Ext.Cab Mus .berein.
Polr .2'0 4-; 6-Cyl 2 WL'3WD. Ei 4 21.s- P..e regular cab, long bed, Xmsn,4.2LV6, 21 anced loan balance
Polaris'00 4-Wheeler, Pwer brakes. Power i '0u ,. .90k mleU. 01- 39K, $113,000. Please call mpg hwy.;2 WD, $12,000.86k mi,exc.
4 wheel drive s'lerg, CO. A C. rurne n? A rerem .m.r 334-726,0729 47,000 miles-,power cond. Call 334-475-1785. .
34-194.-239,8 well ri.e res. TT el. new l e.n brakes,.power Toyot99Tacoma4X4 .
very clean,Great cond. r rIc r ,.r-i. $) 400p o| ; --, brakes,.power Toyota'99Tacoma4X4
Polaris'07 Outlaw 4 $00u. 334618 3414. 21 5.318- a s eri. CD, A, singlecabA4/cyl.auto, -
500cc. greol cond. 15 1.. ; CD, A/Cs AM/FM, 31/1050 all terrian tires. Honda'06 Accord EX-L,
mnmus hr $1.50. CC Chev 94 Ca rrce ." stereo, new ARE 120k, $9,000 OB0..334- Charcoal Bronze, load-
334-389 1073 .L TIp.-."rear r-G c PONTIAC07rG6GT, ppe oing9p2kg. 685-7207;850-258-3018 ed, GPS,34K miles$18K
Sitce mag,,n Au!,,oa Black, Conv.Auto.6-cyl. Great cond. $8,925 OBO850-445-5767
Polaris 90cc '06, green, $1,800.334-696- 8019.R O M 15400,oa her OBO,80 334-692 3375. Iod 06Ee n,
Great cond. $1650. Call 0 dd ather .Honda'06Element,20k
334-726-7516. Chevy '97 Silverado, HLike new. $22,500, miles, $19,400; OBO
'nice. $6300,334-886- 334-886-2399. Ford.'97 F150 XLT Super 334-793-56219,400: 0
Road Star'011600. hevrolet '98 Z Cab, TritonV-8, dia- 334-793-5621
dressed out,012K miles- 1 Ch e xt9 1cP/Ul mond plate tool box, _ _._
$6500,or trade forski Chrysler 01Sebrin. 0 pt Gold Dr 98K miery Clean, in, er,
boat 334-790-4360 cnenble. 56K e 44K1 les. ,rkg AC r asn .-95'80.3a exc. cond., 6900, 334-
ea celienat cno6t,.:,n. C D player $8.000 8".p-' -asking7$99950OBO; 334- 714-4210 or 677-6007
S,nster '06 861 LO $7,00.850-_685552 .. 790-234, 334-793-1005 Toyota'04 Tundra 47k
MoIor c ycle. 8 4lack.490 (Trof) Cevrot 04 Z7, FORD 06' F250 XLT, 4 door All Power,Tinted
r ...Chev.et.WZ71,Reg. 4W Diesel, White 68r K Windows. 20" Chrnom
T, ex'eoen ludnaiion.
Loaded. 6200 OB080Call .
334-2S5-3165 or 3314
,l.lF 20i8 SAOCC.
moped, street legal.
Suzski '06 Bouleverd '.
800,750 mi. like new.
Su.u.. -0; CS'- R600.
1141 mi. .lie nei. ask-
ing 5S400080. 334-677.
3694 or 334-714i0369
Suzuki '08 GZ250v wmOn
in.eld 5 yr. eat. san.
Suzu *'9; VZ800 Ma3
rjddier., ry c nrniles.
3000. Sharop 8 e 3i4
Ti.umOn 73 cropper.
cusiin OruilS in MiaiTa
nice bike, lots of -
chrome, runs good '
Cnlrv'slr "04 Crossfire.
Grey.6 .00 6Cyvl 48K.
Loaaed. CD. leather .ni
Great ccn.$I ft 334-
Craisler '06 Pac;fica
Tour.rg MOdel. 43K mri.
seatL6 r-ae. lrowner.
e.c conaOne, Pefrh
Trres. V$]K 334222-2166
i n2 Muo lu i
v ORDlu 5 Mu istangr i r.
Ic aued.I 18K miles.
For 'uS mustang, V-6
.=. ^ premium edition, Fully
loaded great gas savor.
VERUCCI'0550CC,4 Reducedto $13,5r00a g 3.
stroke, 120 MPG plus 45 692-5577,
MPH, Sportster replica --. 57
$1,200 334-355-1339 be- -
Victory 19991500,5K ''
$6000 Firm 334-618-
YAMAHA'02 Banshee Ford '06 Mustang GT,
$2,500 B00 334-355- light blue,backleather
0491 int., premium sound,
loaded, 5 sp., exc. cond.
Yamaha 02' Zuma 20,700 ml, REDUCED
Scooter. 6400 mi. $17,685,23 MPG, hwy,
125mpg, Windshield & reg gas. call 334-588
luggage rack,excel. 3400
cond. $1600.850-352- -
Yamaha'06 R1 3,500K "
mi. Garage kept with
upgrades. $8,000. OBO
Yamaha 07' V-Star.. .: 1
NewLoaded, comes uord '06 Musang. Rea.
with helmet & cover. Aur,, ,..i v0.rrr,.
Only Imile! $6,500. Call r :,
anytime. 334-494-3344. $i2,100,334-798-5753.
Yamaha 2003 YZ125 2 Ford '07 Focus, 22k mi.,
stroke, pro circuit ipe factory wrnty, all the.
great condition.$340 options, likenew,
334-726-3842 34mpg. Asking $12,800.
Yamaha2005 Raptor Call John at 334-477-
660, extras, low hours, 3068
$4000. 334-677-3738 Ford '07 Taurus SEL ..
30K. mi.S10.200 334'
Aclc 5ssorles -
Ford '08 F350 Lariat
AUTOMOBIrE81 Crew Cab SRW 4WD
AI O .. B IE Pick-up. Blue over
beige, Auto. 6.4L Turbo
$500 Cars from $500! Diesel. 7,800 miles. Per-
Police Impounds for fect condition. Loaded,
sale! For listings warranty;, $44,000 obo
800-570-8736 x 2802 Call 334-447-8304.
'86 Corvette Red Only
103kwith Red/Black e Prrt mnaver rt i,
Ithr, AT Entirely new custom paint, leath-
AC/ PW&L Garage Kept er. $31,900. Call 334-
$7400 or OBO. 596-0157 6182441.
LK Ford '64 Thunderbird,
82K mi, 1 owner, $4000.
L O O K Will trade. Call 334-632-
Acura'92 Integra, 5spd, 8024
Black, CD.Runs well. Re-
built motor, sunroof. Ford '64 Thunder-
Great cond. 2,000 obo. bird, 82K mi, I own-
Brand new 26" rims, er, $4000. Will trade.
chrome w/black 3,800 334-632-8024
lullvoadaila ner ab ck- uet miles. $21,000. OBO. Rims, CD, $16,800 orl
ir tary goo, condo. ga Poc 'i Iac rand Pri rGrey, Auto. 8-qyl. 4 WD. Call 334-726-4821 OBO. Call 334-596-0157
ragu Ea-l.,hri[da wir, 400 4006 111d r-.- Cac- 521600, great condition.
Oows. 89K ma $16,8(0 er ran r a- r.yos.3." PowerbrakesPower Ford'92 Ranger XLT, 6 SPORT UTmnrry
334-;' 18-218 OBO Trade cons.Oor O steering, CD; A/C, cyl, 5 sp manual, good
334 1834-687805, 695568 AM/FM, stereo, $14,000. ongas. $2750.334-798- VEHICLES
Ltenus 07 ES ;3'., earl Dirt lte od- 334-488-4621. 5650
hed. 15K mleS .00 el'05ad CJ Rayburn & 28' Chev '94 runs great, Ford '077150 Supercrew Buick '07 Rainier, By I
ed.IK icS ilO enclosed h5CJwler. Many burn& needs minor arts Larriat 4X4. White sand owner, 2WD,6 cyl., Sil-
extras. 334-355-0298 92 ,$ fir oor w/tan leather 8K ver Leather, Powlr,
Lexus '95 LS400,runs miles Fully loaded Bed 20,000 ml. $20 000 neg.
good all options, needs cover $29,500 334-798- Call 334-370-921
some work,$2500, Call 5725 Buick '07 Rainier, 1 one
Lincoln'95"'Tnwhcr. V i Mfactory warranty. 334-
garage cepl. 21.r ,aei. ,I.P 1 685-1261 or 334-677-
19 MPG. $4000 3!4.;92 3281. r
509 Chevy' 02 Avalanche 3281
a 4X4,16k miles, pewter CHEV'04 Avalanche Z71
lnol. '9* T.,...nc.ir. Saturn '07 Aura XR gray, chrome neft brs, loaded $18,000 call 334-
.4nature .sere. gud a 9,800 mi., like new, and brush guard, 20' 695-2739
condI.rn. nne, tires. 2? white, Ithr, sunroof, all wheels, black leather
rnog 116k.mile.S$J.uuu0 options, MUST SEE TO interior, loaded. $13,500 Chevrolet'99 S10 Blaz-
OBO 334-793 j3170 BELIEVE! $21,150obo, 334-702-8439 o0r334- erGoodACNewtrans.
-d ., 334-522-3564 791-2609 nw ith warr., New tires,
Mazda 04' RX8, 62,000 clean. Runs great!!!!!
miles. Runs great. Borla C REDUCED!! $3,200. 334-
Cat-back exhaust. Take Fr.l 6-5 TOA Truck, 596-5032
r:"'5mi;l6I991 ,,a G- u I cono. -Chevrolet'02 Suburban
.-r,"1o e d -8r,: E0 g .n Is,8' ii ,.11 34-791-' SUV. Tan, Automatic J
'a 3ral r "*'-.-*.--, 95 ur 334 1'4a2426 Transmission. 8 cycle. 2
velilmaian!.re). r..i' rCb miles, great condition.
.tr ,creo r,; .tur.n T .:,rj LT SuerCab, Power brakes, Power
i 1, r0-d ,t..0 ,l ur ,:, 6 C-r,,T .)-g ,9 pi.g., siL liner, steering, CD, A/C,
Meriur.- '13 t, rau.a. fully loaded, sunroof, Chevy 04' Avalanche tool box, 53K miles, AM/FM, stereo, runs
i. s ir.3n 4 ,r.n ; Asking payoff $15k. Call Z71, Excellent condi- $15,000, Call (334) 794- well, leather interior,
mi, I own r. 0. 334-685-3215. tion., Fully loaded. 78K. 0751 very clean, local owner
na.'n i 33-$17,000. Call 334-677- Ford'06 XLT 150 tow $8990.334-803-0248.
613iru ,,nq .:., 33- Toyota'00 Celica. 3133/797-5341 package,17kmiles, Chevrolet 02 Tahoe LT
i.t, n e$4300. 3348053386. Chevy '96 Cheyene, sgl bOrgundy, loaded White, Auto. 8-cyl.
3 cab, 4.3 cyl vortec eng. $17,000. 334-691-5336 2WD. 91,000,'Loaded,
Toyota'05 Camry, 4 very good cond. $3700 Great cond. $12,000 '
t -" door, tan, auto;., sun- cash. 850-482-8416 O.B.O. (334) 726-0193.,
""n 7--ga roof, cd changer, all -
pwr., like new, 17,300 Chevy '94 runs great,
mi $15900, Call (334) minor repairs needed. .
389-3071 $2500.850-592-2927 ,.-
MG'76 Midget com-, Toyota '07 Yaris S.4 Chevy '03 S10, 4 cylin-
pletely restored, show door Auto. 46k, 40MPG der, 28 MPG, low miles,
quality, like new, $12,250. 334-692-3679. excellent shape. $7200 r
$10,500. firm. 334-794- 334-556689
7936. Toyota '08 Corolla, 4 dr, Chvy'05Silverado u0. l
auto, 3100 mi., $14,500 Chevy '05 Silverado
Mini Cooper '06 Con- firm. Call 334-347-7302 Crew Cab Truck. Load- AI :ru, Chevrolet Tahoe LT.
vertible, auto,.fully or 334-406-2945. ed with extras $18,000. air 11 ft. Western Chevrolet '01 Tahoe LT.
loaded, iautommacully or 334-406-2945. 850-594-3282 Hauler Bed w/Rhino. 4x4, leather. 1 owner.
18,000. 334-596-2692. Toyota'98 Sienna. Gooseneck 30K 5th 85k mi. Sunroof, 3rd
Green, Auto$18,000. 334-596-2692. Toyota'98 Siena. 171k. Runs Chevy '00 Silverado 6.0 Wheel, 30K mi., no seat. Exc. corid,
great! $4,000 obo. 719- Eng. Ext., cab w/long trades, $45K, Call $14,500. 334-360-0774..
930-852bed, CD, Full towing (302) 545-1158
Volkswagen 05'Torgua- 2271 GMC'07 Duramax die- -
Mitsubishi'06' Eclipse regGrayw/saddleinte Chevy '07 SilveradO LT sel 25,000 miles $38,500
GT Red 6-spd. 46550, nor, 40k miles, top of r Cab, ex. nr 334-677-9008;334-726-
new tires, very clean, the line, sun roof, V8 Crew r 2767
mfg warr, Viper alarm, option,dual climate air, $19Bed cover,000(3 26K m, 2767-1039
tints, Exc cond. 15000, heated seats, automat- $19,000, (334) 237-103 GMC'91 Jimmy 4x46,2
334-333-7555. ic w/manual shift op- Chevy '96 Silverado Diesel 4in lift. alumi- .
tion, steering wheel LWB STD Cab Good num wheels 12x36 Radi-
S-controls,-side curtain Cond, Loaded 153K mi. al Swampers PS, PB, CHEVROLET'07 TAHOE
air bags,window $3990. OBO 334-671- AC, Auto, AM/FM CD Z71, 4WD, 13,000 Ml!, 2
shades for back seats, 4216. $5500 obo. 850-762-9333 DVD'S, NAV., BACK UP
and rear airn $ 23,800 -- A CAME-RA, LEATHER, 3
334-701-8555/334-685" Chevy 04'Tahoe Z71, GMC '02 Sierra Ext. Cab, SEATS, PD 51K, SELL
-. 6233. -Burgandyw/beige with tool box, 80K mi., FOR $36,900 FIRM, Call
leather, 83k miles, great shape, $9500, Call 7334-684-6291
Volvo 04' V70,2.5 turbo steering wheel con- 334-797-5249 -
Swagon, 73k miles, Auto trols, 3rd row seating Chevrolet 02 Trailblaz
Mitsubishi '06 Lancer 02 w/manual shift option, w/center bucket seats, 5GMC,07 SIERRA er LT, loaded 4WD, 90Ki
Rally A/C Power dual air climate control, disc cd changer in I SLEPickup SIL miles, blue, great cond,
Windows & Doorlocks memory seats, CD/ca- dash, power seatsrear VE k .900 (334) 372-4822
do r l t ssett player, gold w/tan air controls, w 23000, oexrl or (334) -72-2415
CD Player $11,750. Ieatherremaming 100k $16,800334-701- ent condi tioceln.
Financing Available 10900,33 8555/334-65-6233 AM/FM/cd Stereo,
WAG. n AM/FM/cd stereo,
Call John 334-7970420 7018555/334-685-6233 Chevy '94 Truck, 4whd low miles, very
or loos 334-.7157 1 dd601 T E C custm S 5ound System clean, warranty,
ANTIQUE 52500. 850 92-927 PAYOFF. Need win-
Custom Sound System '-"_-____
"-'' 3 $25. 850-592-29276
GT V LEL Fo *a FX4 PGMC'06Sierra e71, V, ALpwr n
Chey'900 Z7o- 4-Exlend- ver, a28kmi., ext cab, iCt 01ii, fad r. wrt t
ed o Ca, 80K m i, new still under warranty.T, T. m ,IW l PB
tires, new brakes, great $21,500. 334-347-7353 or i PS. .Cj A -A.M n 1.1
$00.334-4- 4. condition, $13,000 Re- .464-2659 -ur0r-6-98 5. :i
M h ptail NADA valsuee t'l)
Mitsubishi '07 Eclipse $14,450, 334-797-2459 Infinity '04 FX 45, 3 000ae a t
disk cd, htd seats, fin, Cadillac '68 Deville,
av $170 0 Redh, Mt vSi od05 3500 Quad na nation, rear view wihit, 4 dOor, auto,
avail. $17900. Jhn334- Red, Convertible. 8500, Cab Dually. Cummins camera, grayish, exc. fully loaded, CD, lOOK
797-0420 or Jason 714- 334-774-9243. Turbo Diesel, 69k miles, cond.,. $31K, 718-6640 miles runs great, very
1601 Cadillac '73 Eldorado, CD, Cruise, $20,500. nice, almost new condi-
Mitsubishi '95 Eclipse Restored, mint condi- 850-526-2290 days, Nissan 06' Frontier/N tion. 5000. 334-598-
GSX turbo, 4-cyl autol tion, garage kept, 96K eves.,850-594-9931 smo, V6, Automatic, 4, 9068 or 334-477-3325
wheel drive, all power,
leather lt. new tires, miles, $9,000,229-334- Dodge 95' Ram P/U, tow package. 35,300k
real fast. 70K mi. 8719 2500 HD, good cond., miles. $16,700. 334-685-
$2,700. 334-984-2044.- $2,800. OBO 677-2805 7207 or 850-260-9424'
-& brakes elec. blue *PW/D. Good Condition.
$16,9000OBO334-397- $5,000. 850-209-2000 -
0381 or 334-695-0381. Ford '01 F509 40R XLT
Nissan '06 Maxima SE V8 Triton, 76K, Tow
Exc. cond. white, war- pkg. True workhorse! Chevy'01 Tahoe LT,
rrenty, 29K mi, $17,500 $12,N0.i850-215-1338.1 ,n ,
O0O 334-714-6616 Ford '68 FiOl step side, $issan '07 Frontier. 3rd seat, heated seats,
REDUCED, MUST SELL, Ford '05 F150, FX4, ex- Pick-up. Like new. Sil- TV, ALL power, new
Nissan '90 p/u. 4-cyl. runs great 18K mi. tended cab, silver, 39k ver, Auto. 6-cyl. 2 WD. tires, fact. wrrnty.
115k,+ parts veh al black, MSTA $5,500 miles, all power. 3,800 mi. Loaded, $9,800 OBO. 678-350-
$1000. 334-774-8884. obo. 334-671-3772. $18,500. 334-726-0435 $16,500. 334-693-4987. 8442.
a SPORT UTILITY IRf -
alive and if dead,
their spouse, their
heirs, devisees, grant-
ees, creditors and all
other parties claiming
by, through, under, or
against her; any un-
known spouse, heir
devisee, grantee and
creditors of the heirs
of Jamme Lynn Messer
Estate, and their suc-
.cessors, and all other
parties claiming by,
JEEP'90 YJ HTa5-spd through, under, or
6 cyl 4WD 3"Lift against their; and all
Lockers $14,000. unknown natural per-
Classified Has It!! tive unknown spouse,
heirs, devisees, grant-.
8 eees, and creditors, or
ral persons; and the
several and respec-
tive unknown assign,
-yin d i successors in inter-
est, trustees or any
Nissan '07 Armada, other person claiming
Black/tan, oil changes by, through, under or
& warranty, $26,500, against any corpora-
Call Jeff334-701-8303 or tion or other legal en-
Lacy 334-701-6020. tity named as defen-
dant; and all claim-
NISSAN ARMADA '05 ants, persons or par-
fully loaded even navi- ties, natural 'or corpo-
gaton 85k miles. Need rate, or whose exact
payoff $18,000 legal status is un-
(334)695-4065. known, claiming un-
der any of the above
Nissan '06' XterrasS, named or described
black', V6 auto 33k defendants or parties
miles $16,500 334-300- or claiming to have
8102 leave message. any right, title, -or In-
TO: The heirs of.Jamie
e 7Lynn Messer
YOU ARE NOTIFIED
c, yoa '00 4 Runner
LTD Huner green. ian
io1 raier. 10aed. ecel
lent Scunaiaon $6500
OBC 850) 45-616.
that a Petition to De-
has been filed against
you and that, you are
required to serve a
copy of your written
defenses, if any, to it
on Charles M. Wynn,
whose address is
4436 Clinton Street,
P.O.: Box 146, Marian-
na, Florida 32447 on
or before October 28 ,
2008, and file the
original with the clerk
nf thi nrt at Jlark-
son County Court-
Toyota'04,4-Runner h o us e 4 4 4 5
SR5 Silver. Excellent Lafayette Street,
condition.67Kmiles., Marianna, Florida
Electric, leather, Spoil- 32446, before service
er, $17,000 obo. 334- on Petitioner of im-
791-9595. mediately thereafter.
Toyota'01 Sequoia, If yfou fail to do so, a
limited edition, tan dealt may. be en-
leather interior, sun- tered against you for
roof, 109k miles $9,000 the relief demanded
334-794-6130 in the petition.
Copies of all court
SVANS documents in this
case, Includng or-
-------s, are a at
uney n urg va uU s~r. n. h r
Chevy '88 Cargo van Clerk of the Cir-
109K mi. Exc. cond. new. cult Court's office.
tires, $2,500.334-774- You may review these
2791. documents upon rp-
Chevy Express'99 quest.
Handicap Express, You must keep the
clean, raised roof, W/C Clerk of the Circuit
lift, power poor, tie Court's office noti-
down, 197K, $5,500 fled of your current
OBO, 334-792-4330 or address. Future pa-
334-701-5493 pers in this lawsuit
will be mailed to the
address on record at
As Clerk of the Court
Dodge '01 Grand Cara- /s/BONNIE SMITH
von ES, red, Van. Auto. BONNIE SMITH
6-cyl. 2 WD,112,K mi.L Deputy Clerk .
mile I naded Pnower 1F C142
-il~ a 1rakos, P-:mer daerCnal],
CD. A..C. AM FIM si. SECTION 106
ren, runs meil. learner "- PUBLIUCNOTICE
Hummer'07 H3, int. very clean, $5,200. .
$25,900, Red, 9,500 Call 334-347-0496. Venizon Wireless Per-
miles, Red/Black Ddg'02Caravare sopal Communications
Leather Seats, Chrome Dodge0? a i LP is proposing to con-
Brush Guard, Larger Blue 140K miles,4 cyl. struct a telecommuni-
Tires than Stock, 4x4,' Cold AC 30mpg,$3200 cations tower near the
Call 334-685-3463 080850-485-7396 intersection of Zion St
SO & Seals Ln (within-Par-
Jeep'01 Cherokee 4x4, cel No. 31-5N-11-0092-
cold AC &CDpler, 0000-OOHO), in Cotton-
runs great, new paint' dale, Jackson County,
$5500 080., Call (334) FL at Latitude N30-47-
701-3974 26.7, Longitude W85-22-
Jeep'01Cherokee,14x4, 23.7. The tower is pro-
cold AC & CD player, a posed to be a Self sup-
runs great, new paint, Dodge'94 High Top t design. and 260
$5500 0BO, Call (334) Conversion Van, 318, feet tall. Verizon Wire-
701-3974 112Kmi., all power, less seeks. comments
C- G 3 electric quaeenbed, 3 .from all interested per-
JEEP'84CJ-7.Green3- airs, tilt& cruise,tv sons on the impact of
spd.6-cyl.4WD.$2000 vcr, game station, the tower on any dis-
OBO334-301-3168. $3150 0B0.334-522- tricts sites,- buildings,
Jeep '86CJ.7, hardtop. 4419,813-469-1592 structures, or objects
S hardtop significant in American
bikinito new seats, Dodge'99Caravan, V6, history, architecture,
new haldoors, rebuilt jazzy 1113 power chair archaeology, engi-
eng., 106K1(mi., $5500 & a Harmar power neering, or culture, that
firm. 334-735-3036 ramp inside. $5000, call are listed or eligible for
Jeep '05 Grand Chero Ella Elliot H: 334-793- listing in. the National
kee, automatic, A/C, 7475. C:334-797-5693 Register of Historic
CD, extra clean, places. Specific infor-
$18,500.334-792-0645. a "t* -a nation about the proj-
$,. ect, including the his-
Jeep '94 Grand CherQ- toric preservation re-
kee, Automatic, AC, CD, views that Verizon
$2,500,334-712-1531 -Wirelesss conducting
eep 01Grn Cheo- pursuant to the rules of
Jeep 01' Grand Chero- the Federal Communi-
kee Laredo, cream cokl- cautions Commission (47
or, bug shield, side vis- Ford *01 Windstar LX, Ct.F. R. S sections
ors, roof rack, clean in- 3.8L, V6, auto OD trans, 1.1307(4)) and the Advi-
side & out. 97k miles 7 pass., dual sliding sory Council on Historic
runs great. $6500.850- doors, PW/D/L, Cruise, Preservation (36 C.F.R.
547-5292 black w/gray cloth in- Part 800) will be made
Jeep '05 Rubicon, ter. 140K miles, well available to interested
$18500 V6, auto. AC maint $3,950.00850- persons who request
46Kmi, newBFGoo- 557-2875 the information from
drich All Terrain tires, the contact below. All
(334)699-8668, 803-5910 questions, comments,
Jeep '03 Wranger, very should be directed to
nice! khaki, soft top, Virginia Janssen, Princi-
AC, AT, over-drive, tilt, pal Archaeologist, Dy-
4.0 4WD, tow pkg. run- namic Environmental
ning boards, CD, full Associates, Inc., 3850
doors, new tires & bat- a Lake Street, Suite C,
tery, 39,400 mi. $13,800 Ford'01 Windstar Sel. Macon, GA 31204, Sec-
obo. Paul 850-482-7490 Van. Green, Auto. 6-cyl. 106@DynamicEnvironm
2 WD. 98,500, great con- e nt a I c o m b y
Jeep '91 Wrangler, 4 cyl. edition. Loaded, $5700. 10/25/2008.
good shape, new top, 334-671-9879. LF14285 .
Rhino bedIlinesprayed NOTCE OF
inside, 6500, Call (334) RD02 Van PUBC HEARING
726-0219. FOD hydVa
C ,1 HEEAEconolineredhyd -
Jeep'06 Wrangler, 4.0L wheelchair lift, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIV-
6spd, AC, PS, soundbar, Auto, AC, PB, PS, CD, EN BY THE JACKSON
special wheels & tires, AM/FM, 87,818 mi, COUNTY PLAN NING
lots of options..sk'miles Gr cond. $10,500. COMMISSION OF ITS IN-
$17,500229-376-2670 334-618-3332. TENT TO APPROVE A
GM C'98 Safari Van. FOR A MAJOR SUBDIVI-
GMC'98 Safari Van, SION DEVELOPMENT
7pass, V6, AT, AC, Rear SION DEVELOPMENT
S Air, Very clean, Exe- (Chipola Airpark)- Io-
Scond.. 118K m $3,500. cted in Jackson Coun-
S 334-677-7748/803-3058 % ity n Sectioi 30, Town-
SSship 6 North, Range 9
1West (Willis' Road), con-
Jeep "9? Vrngl-,;r sisting of 28.2 acres.
New red paint job Ite
SUV. 5-spd. 4-cyl.,40WD. The public hearing will
100,000 mi., power be held in the Jackson
brakes, power steering, County Commission
CD, A/C, AM/FM, runs Board Room of the Ad-
well. Great cond. $6200, TOYOTA-'03 Sienna Van ministration Building
334 693 2099. Silver 86K Great condi- located at 2864 Madia
tion Loaded, Veryclean, s Street, Marianna,
i eDVD w / remote Asking Florida on the 6th of Oc-
S E LL $9,800 / neg 334-677- tober. 2008 at 7:00 p.m.
S363 Anyone desiring Infor-
liow p nation may contact the
40 mCommunity Develomp-
ment Department bet-
/ CD, A Aween 7:30 a.m. and 4:30
LF 7 w lp.m. Monday through
Ar| -- Freiday at 4487 Lafayette
Ol-dep, o -, Street, Marianna, Flori-
SAppoi k da or contact by phone
7-4494COUNY& I at (85o) 482-9637.out 9-
Jeep '00 Wrangler, yel- 8o50 )4 9 6.r
low, 5-spd. 6-cyl. 4 WD. ie In accordance with the
45,000 miles, Power Americans with Disa-
brakes, Power steer- bilities Act, persons
ing, CD, A/C, AM/FM, needing a special ac-
Fair condition 10,000,6" ticipate in this meeting
liftp0rocomp035 334- should contact th-e
701-0338. ail A I Planning Secretary at,
Jackson County Com-
munity Development no
LF14274 later than 5 days prior
to the meeting. The
Mercury '99 MT. Dk. COURT OF THE be contacted at 4487
Blue w / grey leather, FOURTEENTH Lafayette Street, Mac-
sunroof, 89K. Loaded. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN anna, FL, 32448, (850)
Great condo. $5900, 334- AND FOR JACKSON 482-9637, or (800) 955-
687-4494. COUNTY, FLORIDA 8771 (TDO).
Nissan '02 Pathfinder Cs No 8-2t2SPR
SE. Loaded w/options Case No: 80-221-PR
Excellent cond. $12,000. The heirs of Jamie C:'0X.
334-447-0053 Lynn Messer Estate, if B E
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