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Jackson County Floridan
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Jackson County Floridan
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Marianna, Fla
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Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
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County considers fuel innovations

Fuel costs for Jackson County Road and
Bridge are expected to exceed $1.8 million in
2009. Last year the department worked on a
fuel budget of $575,000. To soften the blow of
the dramatic increase, county commissioners
are considering one innovative idea offered by
department head Al Green.
On the county's first day of budget delibera-
tions Wednesday morning, Green suggested
that the county build fuel stations in the four
corners of the county, where the department has
dirt pits, and to park road equipment in secure
locations nearby.
The cost of building the fuel stations, com-
plete with monitoring equipment,to ensure that
the gasoline, or diesel goes to the appropriate
vehicles, is estimated at $50,000 each.
Jackson County Commissioners indicated
they're interested in building at least one in the
coming year, as a test case. No firm decision
was reached Wednesday, but board members
talked about possible funding sources to do the
Since dump trucks and some other pieces of
heavy equipment get only five or six miles to.
the gallon, Green said stationing them near the
dirt pits where they'd be going aflyway -
and gassing them up at a fuel island nearby
could save the county substantial amounts of
money. The current practice is. to send them to
and from the county's Marianna equipment

yard each day.
Cutting the travel time could also extend the
life of the vehicles and save on maintenance
costs, he said. It could also mean a more effi-
cient use of man hours, if the county assigned
crew members 'to work on sites near their
homes, he said: They would be able to report to
their assignments much more quickly, get more
done, and spend more actual hours on the job,
if their equipment was stationed near the site
and the site was near the community in which
they live, he suggested.
Green suggested building fuel stations in.
Campbellton, Compass Lake in the Hills and
two other locations. He said he's already had
conversations with the Campbellton Town
Council about parking heavy machinery on
town property and that the city is open to the
County officials also talked about the possi-
bility of offering area municipalities the oppor-
tunity to fuel up at the stations, should they be
built, in exchange for assisting in the cost of
construction. The county's law enforcement
and other emergency service vehicles might
also be able to take advantage of the islands,
they said.
County staff, anticipating future gasoline and
diesel price increases, estimated. next year's
fuel costs at Road and Bridge, and other depart-
ments: using a price of $6 a gallon.
Road and Bridge wasn't the only department
to submit fuel budgets that sky rocketed above
last year's total.

Jackson County Road and Bridge Superintendent
he talks about one remedy for skyrocketing fuel pri

Let the budgeting begin


confront the

riddle of doing

more with less
It took Jackson County
Commissioners more than nine
hours to- work through the thick .
three-ring binders that, held all
their budget information
Wednesday. In a session that began
at 8 a.m., and ended after 4:30
p.m., the board took its first swing
at the budget-setting process for
fiscal year 2008-09.
A modest pay raise of 2.5 per-
cent across the board, for all coun-
ty employees is built into the num-
bers, but that's .about the only firm
commitment board members have,
put to paper.
Commissioners face a daunting
task. Although department heads
submitted conservative budgets,
the numbers added up to a poten-
tially sizeable defecit, if the county
were to try and fund them all as
Road and Bridge, funded mainly
through fuel tax revenues, presents
one of the most troublesome prob-
Based on projected income from
those sources next year, without
some spending cuts, the depart-
ment would be in the hole by near-
ly $1.7 million. And in the general

Jackson County Commissioners listen as county budget talks get underway Wednesday morning. -
Deborah Buckhalter / Floridan

revenue fund. where most other
departments get their money,
there's a potential combined defi-
ciet of roughly $3.1 million.
Faced Vith these numbers, com-
missioners are looking for ways to
trim the budget. TheY're hoping
,the cuts would gi\e them the
opportunity to assess an ad %al-
orem tax "rullage that is slightly
lower than allowed under the limits
set b5 Florida otherss who passed
Amendment 1 tax reforms in 2007.
Commissioners are trying to set
the millage at 7.28 percent, or
$7.28 for every $1.000 of taxable
value, rather than the 7.42 they're
allowed to enact by a majority

The difference in what the two
choices would bring in comes to
$184,000, a figure dwarfed by the
overall numbers in the budget cri-
In addition to rising fuel costs,
board members are facing the loss
of a state bed program that helped
shore up the county prison budget
in recent years.
There are other issues as well,
but commissioners spent little time
on any one issue as they took their
first pass through the book.
Their lengthiest discussion was
with Road and Bridge
Superintendent Al Green, who
offered a way to mitigate the com-
ing fuel budget crisis in that

department. See, accompnaying
story for more on that issue.
They also spent a good deal of
time with a relatively new employ-
ee, Travis Peterson, who heads up
the county's new information tech-
nology department.
Peterson wants to Centralize the
county computer systems. "See
more on that story later this week.
Commissioners pushed on, past
their scheduled end of the work-
shop, in order to review all depart-
ment budgets, rather than the num-
ber they had initially intended to
address on the first day. They'll be
back at it this morning, beginning
at 8:30 a.m, and could start making
some cuts today.

l Green points at a map of the county as
ices. Deborah Buckhalter Floridan

2 arrested

on drug

The Marianna Police' Department report-
ed the arrest of two
Marianna men on drug
charges Tuesday.
The arrests followed
a traffic stop by w NIPD
officers, who pulled
over a 2004 Ford truck
because the driver was
allegedly traveling
recklessly on Carter's
Mill Road.
SOnce the stop was Christopher
made, :driver Evans
Christopher Michael
Evans was arrested
after officers learned
his driver's license had
expired more than two
years ago, according to
the release.
Officers report find-
ing cocaine when the
vehicle was searched,
and a passenger,
Wesley Ryan Heffner,
was also arrested. Wesley
Both men werb Heffner
charged with posses-
sion of a controlled substance and were
taken to the Jackson County Correctional
Both were granted a conditional release
to await further action in their cases early
Wednesday afternoon.

Brad Drake announces bid for District 5 seat in House

Previous aide to State
Rep. Don Brown, Brad
Drake, has announced his
intention to run as a
Republican candidate for
the job he has worked in
the office of, for the past 7
years. Florida House
District 5 includes all of
Washington and Holmes
counties as well as portions'
of Okaloosa, Walton and
northern Jackson C6unty.
Mr. Drake has a BS in
Economics from the
University of Florida, as
well as experience working
in the Florida Senate and
the' Florida House of
Representatives. While in
college, Drake worked as
an intern for the Secretary
of the Florida Senate,
worked in the Walton
County school district as a

substitute teacher and has
been working the past 7
years with current Dist 5
Representative Don
Brown. Drake is also
owner of a marketing firm,
Southern Marketing
Company. He serves on the
Board of Directors. for
Crimestoppers of Walton
County, Inc., Hearts of
Love ministries, long-
standing member of the
NRA and member' of 1st
Baptist Church of
DeFuniak Springs.
Though living in Walton
County, Drake has deep
ties to Jackson CouIty. His
mother, the late Anna Kay
Peacock -and grandparents,
the late J.Troy and Frances
Peacock were long-time
residents of Marianna. "It
was my grandpa, Papa

Troy, who had the biggest
impact on my wanting to
serve the public. I saw at a
young age how much he
enjoyed helping people,
and it has become a pas-
sion of my own."
Drake shares a family
history of public service to
Jackson County and
Northwest Florida. As well
as grandfather, Rep. J.
Troy Peacock, his cousin,
former Senate President
Pat Thomas represented
portions of the Dist 5
boundary as a state
Senator. "I learned so
much from them. They
loved working to help
small communities, and
truly made a lasting differ-
ence in their efforts."
Drake believes that gov-
ernment should be one that

Brad Drake
is "for the people... not
against the people." A pro-
ponent of fewer taxes, fis-
cal and social conservative
principles, traditional fam-
ily values and prayer in
school, Drake wants to
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City no longer

sending late notices
In an effort to improve efficiency and cut down on postage costs,the
City of Marianna will no longer provide late notices on overdue utility
payments, according to .city staff.
Residents of the city will still be required to pay for garbage, water
or gas by the 15th of each month, according to city billing clerk Jackie
"The due date is printed on the bill and the cut-off date is the 20th of
each month, unless the 20th falls on a weekend, which would make the
cut-off anytime after the 20th," said Bradley.
Bradley said city staff researched other cities to see if they provided
customers with late notices and learned that no other Jackson County
cities did. Neither did DeFuniak Springs or Chattahoochee, she said.
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2A" Thursday, July 17, 2008 Jackson County Floridan

Weather Outlook

Partly cloudy and continued
Today warm and hazy with only a .
chance of a thunderstorm.
-- Jerry Tabatt / WMBB ,.
High -930

Low 690

Tomorrow Partly cloudy with
and isolated after-
High 900 noon thunderstorm
Low 720 possible.
L-Low 720

!- Saturday Partl.v cloudy with
y isolated afternoon
High 92 thunderstorms.
Low 71

Sunday Party cloudy with
scattered afternoon

SHigh 923 thunderstorms.

Low -710



The Marianna Police
Department listed the follow-
ing incidents for July 15, the
latest available report: One
traffic accident, two aban-
doned vehicle, one suspi-
cious vehicle, one suspicious
incident, five suspicious per-
son, one disturbance,
one fire alarm, one z
prowler/peeping tom, -
one burglary alarm, ,, -
one larceny, one van- vCR11
dalism/criminal mis-
chief, two juvenile
report/complaint, one fight in
progress, one loud noise/dis-
turbance, one assisting
another agency, three public
service, two traffic stop, two
911 hang-up and two dis-
abled vehicle.

The Jackson County
Sheriff's Office listed the fol-
lowing incidents for July 15,.
the latest available report:
Three abandoned vehicle,
two alarm, one burglary,
three child abuse, two civil
dispute, one criminal regis-
tration, one criminal mis-
chief/vandalism, four distur-
bance, one drunk pedestrian,
10 investigation, two larceny,
one public service, one retail
theft/gas skip, one robbery,
one shooting ,in area, one
stolen conveyance, one
stolen vehicle, five suspi-

cious incident/person/vehi-
cle, two theft of
property/services, eight traf-
fic stop, one trespassing,
three warrant arrest/prisoner
in custody.

The following per-
sons were booked into
-r-- the county jail during
the latest reporting
Lorenzo Heatrice,
52, 807 Franklin St.,.
Marianna, resisting arrest
without violence, loitering .
Troy Barnes, 22, 2808
Kynesville .Highway,
Cottondale, violation of state
Chadwick Williams, 27,
907 Sixth Ave., Dothan, Ala.,
violation of state probation.
Brandon Herring, 25,
4369 Janet St., Marianna,
violation of conditional
Bobbianne Moss, 33,
4487 River Bend Rd.,
Marianna, failure to appear.
Edgar Velasquez, 19,
5803 Sunlight Rd., Malone,
driving without driver license.


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



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July 17 Thursday
Alcoholics Anonymous meets,
each Thursday for a "closed discus-,
sion," 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.
St. Anne Thrift Shop, 4287
Second Ave., Marianna, will have a
special sale, many items half off, July
15 and July 17.
The S'uthea'stern Community
Blood Center's mobile unit will be
taking blood donations at the
Graceville Pris6n, from 9 a.m. to 2
p.m. Call 526-4403.
East Jackson County Economic
Development Council meets at 12-
p.m., at the West Florida Electric
Cooperative office in Sneads. Plans
for RiverFest 2008 will be discussed.
A light lunch will be served.
The regular meeting of the
Jackson County Library Board will
be at 3 p.m. Regular meetings have
been, changed from the fourth
Thursday to the third Thursday of
each month.

July 18 Friday
Alcoholics Anonymous has an
open meeting each Friday, 8 to 9
p.m., at the First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna. Use rear church entrance.
The Southeastern Community
Blood Center's mobile unit will be
taking blood donations at the Wal-
.Mart in Chipley, from 10 a.m. to 3
p.m. Call 526-4403.

July 19 Saturday
Tyndall Federal's Marianna
Branch Grand Opening Celebration is
from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., at 4926
Westside Plaza, next to the Wal-Mart
Supercenter in Marianna. There will
be a grand prize drawing for Atlanta
Braves tickets for four (includes $100
gift card and one-night stay at the
Westin Peachtree Plaza), baseball.
game, moonwalk, Ty the Tyndall
Turtle, giveaways and refreshments.
Jackson County Chamber of
Commerce Ribbon-Cutting
Ceremony is at 9 a.m.
The Jackson County Farmers'
Market is open Tuesdays, Thursdays

and Saturdays, from 6:30 a.m. until
all fresh produce is sold out. This
state certified farmers' market
accepts the FMNP/WIC and Elder
Affairs coupons.
Jackson Citizen Corps CERT
Council and Jackson, County
Emergency Management Agency's
free Basic CERT training will. be
offered July 12 and July 19, from.
8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. each day, at the,
Jackson County. Emergency
Operations Center. The free training
aims to help citizens with hurricane
preparation and readiness, and pro-
mote a partnering effort between
emergency .services and the people
they serve. Pre-registration by.4 p.m.,
July 9, is required. Call (850) 272-
7383; e-niail

July 21 Monday
The Jackson County Public
Library's Summer Reading Program
continues to make its way around
"The Whole Wide World," reading to
Africa July 21-24. For location; age
and schedule details, and to reserve a
space, call the library at 482-9631.
The Alford Community
Organization, a non-profit organiza-
tion, meets the third Monday of each
month, at 6 p.m., at the Alford
Community Center, located at the
Ball Park on Park Avenue. New mem-
bers welcome. Call 579-4482, 579-
4871, 579-4310 or 579-0199.
Alcoholics Anonymous has an
open meeting each Monday, from 8 to
9 p.m., at the First United Methodist
Church,, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna. Use rear church entrance.
The Jackson Hospital Finance
Committee's finance meeting is at
5:30 p.m., in the Community Room
of the Hudnall Building.
The Malone Joy Club meets at 6
p.m., for the regular covered dish.
Steve Benton, candidate for'
Superintendent of Schools, will be
the guest speaker.

July 22 Tuesday
Covenant Hospice's volunteer
workshop is from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m.,
at the Simbo's Family Restaurant,
.2005 S. 'Waukesha St., Bonifay. The

workshop is free; dinner will be pro-
vided. To register, call Donna Meldon
at 482-8520.
Alcoholics Anonymous has an
open meeting each Tuesday, from 8 to
9 p.m., at the First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna. Use rear church entrance.,

July 23 Wednesday
:* .The Jackson Hospital Board of.
Trustees' board meeting is at 5:30
p.m., in the Community Room of the
Hudnall Building.
Alcoholics Anonymous has an'
open meeting each Wednesday, noon
to 1 p.m., at the First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
M1arianna. Use rear church entrance.

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

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


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SALES MANAGER........................VALERIA ROBERTS

Panama City Low 9:30 PM High 10:15 AM
Apalachicola Low 10:45 AM High 2:45 PM
Port St. Joe Low 10:30 PM High 11:30 AM
Destin Low 11:30 PM High 10:30 AM
Pensacola Low 10:15 PM High 11:00 AM

RIVER READINGS Reading Flood Stage
Woodruff 140.28 ft. 66.0 ft.
Blountstown 1.09 ft. 15.0 ft.
Marianna 5.87 ft. 19.0 ft.
Caryville 3.49 ft. 12.0 ft.

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More producers eligible for disaster

assistance with farm bill's waiver


Gainesville, FL USDA's Farm Service Agency (FSA) will
allow producers who would otherwise be ineligible for the new dis-
aster assistance programs to become eligible by paying a fee as
required by the Food,, Conservation and Energy Act of 2008 (the
2008 Act).
The 2008 Act requires producers who wish to participate in the
new disaster programs to have crop insurance or non-insured crop
disaster assistance (NAP) coverage for the land for which assistance
is being requested, and for all farms in all counties in which they
have an interest. Since the 2008 Act was enacted after the applica-
tion periods had closed for those programs, producers who did not
have such coverage could not comply with this requirement in order
to be eligible for the new disaster programs. However, the 2008 Act
authorizes a waiver that allows producers to pay a fee, called a
"buy-in" fee, to be eligible for this new disaster assistance.
Every producer whose crops, including grazing lands, are not
fully covered by crop insurance or NAP may take advantage of this
one-time opportunity. The buy-in fee is due no later than Sept. 16,
2008, 90 days after the date of enactment, as required by the 2008
Act. Those who miss this opportunity will not be eligible for disas-
ter assistance. Producers are also reminded that the payment of the
applicable buy-in fee does not afford the producer crop insurance or
NAP coverage; it only affords eligibility for the 2008 disaster pro-
The crop insurance and NAP coverage requirements will be
waived in 2008 for producers who did not obtain crop insurance or
NAP coverage by the applicable sales closing date, if the producer
files an applications for waiver and pays a buy-in fee in an amount
equal to the 2008 applicable NAP coverage or catastrophic risk pro-
tection plan fee for the crop or grazing lands.
Producers who meet the definition of "Socially Disadvantaged,
Limited Resource'," or "Beginning Farmer or Rancher," do not have
to meet the Risk Management Purchase Requirement, and, there-
fore, are not required to pay the buy-in fee.
The buy-in fee for 2008 eligibility only for either the catastroph-
ic risk protection insurance (CAT) or NAP is $100 per crop, but not
more than $300 per producer per administrative county, or $900
total per producer for all counties less any previously paid fees for
CAT and/or NAP.
Producers can contact their local administrative FSA County
Office to file the application for waiver and pay the applicable fees.
The applicable buy-in form (CCC-752,2008 Supplemental

Bascom native

making high marks as

Georgia teacher


Delisa Loang
wase recently
named one of m
the top eight
teachers in
Doug herty
County, having Long
been selected
as one of eight
Teacher of the Year finalists
for the Dougherty County,
School System.
From a pool of Teachers of
the Year, representing each of
the county's 26 schools, the
finalists were selected by a
screening committee. The
eight were then observed in
their- teaching environments
by each member of a selection
Committee members rank
the teachers, and the -teacher
with the highest overall score
from the observations, is
named Teacher of the Year for

the school system.
According to Long,
although she didn't take the
top spot for the county, it was
an honor to be selected by her
peers as the Teacher of the
Year from her school, and to
be a finalist in -the county-
wide competition.
Long was also 1996-1997
Teacher of the Year for the
Washington County School
Program at Arthur G. Dozier
School for 'Boys -in
The Bascom native is a
1989 Malone High School
graduate. She received an A.S.
degree from Chipola Junior
College, and later pursued her
B.A. degree at Troy
University, in Troy, Ala.
Long currently resides in
Albany, Ga., where she teach-
es fourth grade at Sherwood
Acre Elemenitary School.
She is the daughter of Oscar
B. Long and the late Clara
Mae Long of Bascom.

Panhandle Seminole Club gears up for the
season with meeting and awards dinner

The Panhandle Seminole Club hosts its Annual Kickoff
Meeting and Awards Dinner Thursday, Aug. 14, at 6:30 p.m.
The event will be in the First United Methodist Church Wesley
Center on Lafayette Street in Marianna.
Guest speaker, Eric Luallen, a former Seminole lineman who
played from 1986-89, is a play-by-play commentator for
Seminole baseball. He is also host of the football pre-game
show on Clear Channel Radio. Luallen will share his insight
and knowledge, and give an update on FSU football.
The club will also introduce four local students who will
attend FSU this fall. Each student will be awarded a $1,000
scholarship. The scholarship monies were raised through sev-
eral fund-raisers supported by the local community. These.
scholarships bring the club's five-year total to $20,000 of sup-
port for FSU students.
The Aug. 14 meeting is open to all friends of FSU, 'with bar-
becue and all the trimmings. Current club members dine for
free; the cost is $5 per person for non-members.
Those interested in single or family memberships in the
Panhandle Seminole Club can find more information and a
membership application at

Marianna student makes Emory Dean's List

The Dean's List of Emory College, the undergraduate, lib-
eral arts college of Emory University in Atlanta, Ga., was
recently announced for the 2008 spring semester. Students
must be in the top 20 percent of Emory College or have
approximately a 3.859 grade point average or higher, to be
named to the Dean's List.
The list included Andrew Gochenaur of Marianna, son of
Garry L. Gochenaur and Debra L. Gochenaur.
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losses under the SURE Program, grazing losses under LFP, live-
stock death losses under LIP, and losses suffered by producers of
livestock, honeybees, and farm-raised fish under ELAP. The 2008
Act also authorizes TAP.
To be eligible for SURE, TAP, and ELAP, producers must meet
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the CAT level of crop insurance for all insurable crops and/or NAP
coverage for non-insurable crops. To be eligible for LFP, producers
must meet the Risk Management Purchase Requirement by pur-
chasing or obtaining for the grazing land incurring the losses where

Science on Saturdays

at Landmark Park


During the month of August, Landmark Park will present fun
and educational family programs exploring the amazing world
of science. Programs take place at, 10 a.m., in the Interpretive
Center Auditorium and are free with paid gate admission. Space
is limited; reservations are required and currently being accept-
Science on Saturdays will begin on Aug. 2, with "Leave it to
Beavers-To Teach Us About Water Safety!" U.S. Army Corps
of Engineers Park, Ranger Sarah Robinson from Walter F.
George Lake will explain some of- the similarities between
beavers and humans when it comes to building dams. Learn how
to stay safe on the water and end the day meeting a visitor from
the lake and see where busy beavers have been hard at work.
On Aug. 9, Louise Grider of Sweetgum Hollow Wildlife
Center will present "Alabama Owls," an enlightening program
on the value of predatory raptors, featuring a rehabilitated great
homed owl and two Eastern screech owls.
"Alabama Wildlife with the Montgomery Zoo," presented by
staff from the Montgomery Zoo, will feature flying squirrels,
great homed owls, black king shakes an4 more-all animals
who make their home in Alabama. This program will take place
on Aug. 16.
Wallace College chemistry instructor Tony Holland will
demonstrate the spectacular properties of chemistry on August
23 with "The Secrets of Chemistry." Holland will present hands-
on experiments to illustrate color changes, pyrotechnics and
minor explosives using "potions" and "concoctions."
Science on Saturdays will wrap up on Aug. 30 with
"Endangered Alabama, Reptiles." Learn about Alabama reptiles
,on the Threatened or Endangered species list, with a focus on
the Eastern indigo snake. After sharing facts, visitors will have
a chance to meet an Eastern indigo snake.
Admission to the park is $4 for adults, $3 for children ages 4-
15 and free for members and children 3 and under.
Landmark Park, home of the Alabama Agricultural Museum,
is a 100-acre historical and natural science park located on U.S.
Highway 431 North in Dothan, Ala. For more information or to
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the Pasture, Rangeland, Forage Program (PRF) or NAP coverage by
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farms in disaster counties, designated by the Secretary, including
contiguous counties that have incurred crop production losses
and/or crop quality losses during the crop year. However, Congress
determined that payments would not occur until the calculation at
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is greater than 50 percent of the normal production of the farm.
The LFP program will be available to eligible livestock produc-
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drought on land that is either native or improved pastureland with
permanent vegetative cover or planted to a crop specifically for
providing grazing. The LFP program will also be available to eli-
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livestock, because of fire on rangeland managed, by a Federal
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normal mortality, because of adverse weather, as determined by the
Secretary during the calendar year, including losses because of
hurricanes, floods, blizzards, disease, wildfires, extreme heat and
extreme cold.
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nursery tree growers who produce nursery, ornamental, fruit, nut or
Christmas trees for commercial sale that lost trees, bushes, or
vines, because of a natural disaster, as determined by the Secretary.
The ELAP program will provide emergency relief to producers
of livestock, honey bees and farm-raised fish, because of losses
from adverse weather or other conditions, such as blizzards and
wildfires, as determined by the Secretary.
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these programs, FSA must first publish a proposed rule seeking
public comment, followed by a final-rule. FSA is working to
develop detailed regulations and software for these programs.
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Of the Floridians on the list,
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Growers want FDA to
clear Fla.'s whole
tomato crop

ORLANDO State. toma-
to growers are appealing to the
Food and Drug
Administration for losses suf-
fered from the salmonella out-
break. The, Florida Tomato
Growers Exchange sent the
agency a letter Wednesday
asking. for all -of the, state's
tomatoes to be listed. on the
FDA's cleared list. Florida
produces between 40 and 50
percent of the country's fresh
tomato supply. The federal
investigation has moved on to
raw peppers after initially
blaming tomatoes.
An agency spokeswoman
said she had not seen the let-
ter, but the FDA has not ruled
olt tomatoes as a suspect.

Trump sells
oceanfront mansion
for $100 million

estate market might be slump-
ing, but not for Donald Trump,
who sold his Palm Beach man-'
sion for $100 million, his
spokeswoman said Wednesday.
"In an age of so many people
getting hurt in real estate, it
shows that you can still do well.
in real estate," Trump told The
Associated Press in a phone
interview. His Spokeswoman
says $100 million is the most
ever paid for an estate in the
U.S., though there is no way to
verify that claim.
Russian fertilizer billionaire
Dmitry Rybolovlev purchased
the roughly 60,000 square-foot
oceanfront home, which
Trump fixed, up after buying it
for about $41 million in. 2004.
.He assigned renovations to
"Apprentice" winner Kendra
Todd, who dressed it up with
marble and 24-karat gold fix-
tures, even in the, bathrooms.,
The home, called Maison de
L'Amitie, is spread over sever-
al buildings and includes.sepa-
rate, coat closets and bathrooms
for men and women off the
main entryway for easy enter-

training. A mammoth fountain
greets guests from the front
along with 475 feet of ocean in
the back.
"I think it's a great sign for
the area, a great sign for Palm
Beach and all that Palm Beach
represents," Trump said.

and $65 million after estimated
taxes. Sales of WNEG in
Toccoa, Georgia, and WCWJ
in Jacksonville, Florida, are
under way. Media General
completed the sale of WTVQ,
in Lexington, Kentucky, to
Morris Network Inc. in May.

Woman gives birth to .Plant worker crushed
quadruplets in Miami

west Florida woman has given
birth to quadruplets.
Kevin and Sarah Crissman
of North Port became the par-
ents of the four babies
Tuesday night at Sarasota
Memorial Hospital.
The hospital reported that
the three boys and a girl were
delivered by Caesarian section
and are doing fine in the hos-
pital's neonatal intensive care
unit. They were conceived
without fertility drugs and
born 12 weeks early, with
birth weights ranging from 2
pounds, 2 ounces, to 2 pounds,
14 ounces. The Crissmans
named the babies Tanner
Matthew, Joel Steven, Sophia
Flora and Wyatt James. The
couple also has a 2-year-old
daughter named Abigail.

Media General sells
TV stations in Fla., La.

Richmond-based newspaper
publisher and television station
operator Media General Inc.
has completed the sale of two
more of the'five television sta-
tions the company is divesting.
Dallas-based Hoak Media
Corp. purchased ABC station
WMBB in Panama, City,
Florida, and NBC/CBS sta-
tions KALB/NALB in
Alexandria, Louisiana.
Media General president and
chief executive officer
Marshall N. Morton says pro-
ceeds will be used for debt
The company hopes to real-
ize up to $105 million in pro-
ceeds when sales of all five sta-
tions are complete. The compa-.
ny hopes proceeds will reduce
its debt by between $60 million

MIAMI A man, working
at a Miami recycling plant is
dead after being run over by a
40,000-pound front-end
loader. The accident happened
Wednesday morning at
Downtown Concrete
Recycling. A Miami-Dade
Fire Rescue says the loader
was moving piles of concrete
and dirt when the worker was
crushed to death. He was
killed instantly. Authorities
didn't release his name, but
the man's family showed up at
the plant and identified him as
55-year-old Pedro Garcia. The
Federal Occupational Safety
and Health Administration
and Miami-Dade Police are

Honduran official
faces charges in Miami

MIAMI A Honduran
government official who was
forced to quit as foreign min-
ister after a drunken 'brawl
with police is facing new
charges of resisting arrest in
the United States.
Milton Jimenez, 50, was
arrested June 13 in Miami
when police say he refused to.
follow instructions after the
car in which he was riding was
stopped for a traffic violation.
The charge of resisting arrest
without violence is a' misde-
meanor punishable by up to a
year in jail.
At a brief .court' healing
Wednesday, Miami-Dade
County prosecutor Carlos
Trujillo offered a deal in
which Jimenez would not go
to trial but would have to take
an anger management course
and donate $50 to charity.
Jimenez was not in court.,
His lawyer, Jacquelinle

Woodward, said she would
"convey the offer to my
. A trial date of Aug. 5 was
canceled. If Jimenez does nbt
take the prosecutor's offer, a
trial would likely be resched-
uled within six weeks.
Jimenez was forced in
January to resign as Honduran
foreign minister after a video
posted on the Internet showed
him throwing punches at
police following a traffic stop
in that country. Jimenez
admitted later he was intoxia-
cated but "hadn't reached a
level of alcoholic mindless-.
ness." Jimenez was identified
in the U.S. court as a coun-
selor to Honduras' president.

Man, 94, won't be
prosecuted for
soliciting hooker

year-old Bradenton man
whose arrest for soliciting a
prostitute became fodder for
late-night comedians won't be
prosecuted after 'all.
A judge tossed out the mis-
demeanor charge Tuesday,
saying Frank Milio was
entrapped by an undercover
officer before his arrest in
November. The judge said the
officer walked to Milio's car
without being summoned and
eventually got him to agree to
pay for oral sex.
,His attorney, Donald E.
Grieco, said he was happy for
Milio, whose arrest had
blocked him from getting into
an assisted-living facility.
Milio suffers from dementia.
Grieco said Milio enjoys
flirting with pretty women and
never had any intention of
paying for sex. But prosecu-
tors argued that he knew
exactly what he was doing.

Florida bomb squad
deactivates 33 pipe

ARCHER The Alachua
County bomb squad has deac-
tivated 33 pipe bombs and
found 40 guns and 267 mari-

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Timothy Robert Treffinger
was arrested Tuesday for
armed trafficking in marijuana
and possession of a destructive
device. He was being held in
the Alachua County Jail on
$25,000 bond. Jail records do
not show if he has a lawyer.
Investigators would not
speculate on what the home's
resident planned to do with the
explosives. Alachua County
Sheriff's Office spokesman Lt.
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covery was made during an
ongoing drug investigation.

Villages residents
miss buffalo gazing

Residents at The Villages
want their buffalo back.
Buffalo gazing was a popu-
lar pastime at the central.
Florida retirement community,
but residents are angry after a
developer decided to remove
his popular herd from public
view. The, Villages
Homeowners Association
President Roger Kass says
there were ongoing problems
with spectators approaching
the buffaloes and ignoring
warning signs. He says three
incidents led to. potential legal
action because of injuries
caused by the, buffaloes.
The animals still live in The
Villages, but they're roaming
in more remote locations
where they can't be seen.

Miami company
refunds 6,000 gas,
card customers

MIAMI A Miami-based
company is giving refunds to
6,000 customers nationwide
who signed up for a discount-

ed gas card.
Through its eponymous
Web site, MyGallons promis-
es: "Tomorrow's gas. Today's
prices." It says a customer can
pre-purchase 100 gallons of
fuel at current prices, then
redeem them later at the
locked-in rate, even if prices
are higher. The problem?
MyGallons hasn't yet secured
a bank to handle the gas sta-
tion transactions.
The Better Business Bureau
challenged the company for
misleading advertising. A
MyGallons official said'
Tuesday that customers will
receive a full refund. Greg
Salsburg added that the com-
pany is still negotiating with a
bank and hopes to offer its dis-
count program in the future.

Officer fired after
charged with
spanking woman

OCOEE A central
Florida police department has
fired an officer accused of
stripping, fondling and spank-
ing a woman against her will.
The termination of Ocoee
police Sgt. Thomas Maroney
goes into effect Wednesday.
He was arrested last week and
released on bond. Police Chief
Steven Goclon told Maroney
in a letter that his behavior
"reflects so poorly upon you
and the department that it
severely affects your ability to
perform your duties."
Maroney's alleged victim
told authorities they were at a
party when he asked her for
oral sex, pulled down her
pants, touched her genitals,
pinned her across his legs and
spanked her bare backside
with his hand then a leather
belt. The termination letter
says Maroney admitted he was
drunk and "behaved poorly."

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Bradley said the city bill is alwa
month, unless that falls on a holiday
bill is due on the next business day.
Bills may be.mailed to the city; h
City Hall; or dropped off at one of tv
one outside of the city hall and am
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encourages customers to remember I
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shake things up in Tallahassee. "Wh
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Brad Drake can be reached at

Mr. Alvin E. "Gene"
Shelton Sr., 74, was a. native of
-* Birmingham, Ala., living in
- Chattahoochee since 1948. He
was a member and deacon of
the First Baptist Church in
Chattahoochee, where he also
sang in the 39rs Choir, was
active. in the Hospital
S* Visitation Ministry and a
member of the Men on
Mission with the First Baptist
S- Church. Gene also had the
Wednesday night Children's
Ministry for the Church.
6 He served in the U.S. Navy
bu e W Sea Bees and had worked as a
correctional officer with
SApalachee Correctional
Institution in Sneads, and
retired from the Florida State
.. -- Hospital Security Department.
Mr. Shelton is survived by
S his wife, Catherine Shelton of
Chattahoochee; his daughter,
Debbie Brannan and husband,
Stan, of Bristol; two sons,
S Alvin E. Shelton Jr. and wife,
Glenda, and Edwin H. Shelton
and wife, Debbie, all of
S Chattahoochee; two sisters,
Maude Hildebrandt and hus-
band, Bill, of Chattahoochee,
S .and Ilene Money of Dothan,
-. Ala.; a brother, David Wilson
Sr. of Blakely, Ga.; nine
grandchildren; and 10 great-
He was preceded in death
^ by his son, Terry; and his sis-
1T N |ter, Johnnie Whiddon.
ro v id e r Visitation willbe at Lanier-
Andler Funeral Homb in
Sneads, Friday, July 18, from
6 to 8p.m. EDT.
Funeral services will be at
the First Baptist Church in
Chattahoochee, Saturday, July
19, at 10 a.m. EDT, with inter-
ment following at Mt. Pleasant
Cemetery. '
U fl14N 'f In lieu of flowers, contribu-
tions may be given to the
S Florida Baptist Children's
S. Homes, 8415 Buck Lake Rd.,
Tallahassee, FL, 32317.
Lanier-Andler Funeral
Home is in charge of arrange-

Funeral Home
2876 Orange Street
Marianna, FL 32447
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Lila Hearn Gregory

S -- A homegoing celebration
for Mrs. Lila Hearn Gregory,
. 84,.will be Saturday, July 19,
2008, at 11 a.m., at the Mt.
.Tabor Missionary Baptist
Church, with the Rev. Dwight
Cockerham Sr., the Rev..
William Harvey and the Rev.
Walter McCalister officiating.
Interment will follow in the
church cemetery with arrange-
ments entrusted to the caring
staff of Peoples Funeral Home
of Marianna.
Mrs. Gregory entered in
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13, in Bay Medical Center in
o do the late notices. It's a Panama City. She was Baptist
ie charge for the postage. by faith and a member of the
we can," said Bradley. Mt. Tabor Missionary Baptist
iys due o the 15th of the Church, where she served as a
or weekend. If it does, the deaconess and sang in the
Senior Choir.
and-delivered to Marianna Precious memories will for-
vo drop-box locations, with ever linger with one daughter,
theirr located at the Public Mary Lee Mack of
Greenwood; two sisters, Ella
Sdebit card payments, and Pittman and husband,
to include their ticket stub, William, and Ethel Hartsfield,
:h their payment to ensure both of Greenwood; six grand-
children; six great-grandchil-
dren; seven great-great-grand-
children; and a myriad of
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at frustrates me more than The family will receive
he legislature abandon their friends at Peoples Funeral
motivated their desire to Home Chapel, Friday, July 18,
ending under pressure. It's from 6 to 7 p.m. Mrs. Gregory
It's still ok to say. No!" will lie in repose for one hour,
's platform: Crack down on prior to service time on
'ing state services and ben- Saturday at the church.
ig into the system; make The caring staff of Peoples
orida; Water preservation; Funeral Home of Marianna is
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The Panhandle Panthers 12U
squad will look for redemption this
weekend in the Dizzy Dean World
Series in Moody, Ala. -- and hope-
fully a championship in the process.
The Panthers, who finished runner-
up in state to Northwest St.
Petersburg, begins World Series play
Saturday, though the team's oppo-
nent won't be known until the brack-
ets are released.
A heartbreaking 3-1defeat kept a
state championship, from the
Panthers' grasp.
The Panthers surrendered just one
hit in the title-game loss.
Unfortunately, that hit was a three-
run, fifth-inning home run by
Northwest St. Petersburg that erased
a 1-0 Panhandle lead.
Panthers coach Allen Childs said
that if his team is to bring home a
World Series title, it will likely face'
the same obstacle it did in the state
. "Northwest had four kids as good
as any 12-year-old I've ever seen,"
Childs said. "I don't think any team
will have four the caliber they've got.

"We try to stay confident,
but not arrogant. There's
a fine line between
confidence and arrogance.
We're going to be
confident, but not cocky."
-Allen Childs,
Panthers coach
They're big kids, very athletic, all
four are pitchers with great bats.
"If we can stay away from them
early, then I'm looking forward to us
matching up with them (for the
The Panthers nearly didn't even
qualify for the World Series, as the
team had to win four straight games
to advance to the title round after los-
ing its first two games of the tourney.
But the team rallied with its back
against the wall, the Panthers' coach :
not being the least bit surprised.
"This team, you could never could
say they're out of it because they're
always fighting, digging, trying to

Pictured are the Panhandle Panthers 12U team after winning the district championship. The Panthers finished run-
ner-up in the state tournament and begin play in theWorld Series in Moody, Ala. Saturday. -Floridan File Photo

find a way to win," Childs said. "I
had total confidence when we lost
the first two that we were capable of
coming back and winning the title."
Still, the fact that the Panthers
dropped those two games against
teams they would later beat handily
is no small concern for Childs.
"You want to think that we were
nervous, but the kids didn't act that
way," the coach said. "We just didn't
show up to play. The teams that beat
.us, we turned around and beat them
by six and eight runs.

"We just have to show up to play
when the first pitch is thrown: We
can't wait around until the third or
fourth innings to get started. We have
to hit somebody in mouth from the
first at-bat."
Whether it be the first at-bat or the
last, Childs said he hopes the
Panthers' trips to the plate in the'
World Series are more fruitful than
they were in the state tournament.
The Panthers struggled to find
their offense throughout the tourna-
ment, but will need to do so if they'

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have plans for a World Series title:
"Our pitching and fielding have
been pretty much what has carried
,us," Childs said. "We have not gotten
our bats going. We have to hit to have
a chance at the World Series. Just
getting three or four hits is not going
to get it done. We can't just rely on
Childs said he can't say for sure
what the problem with the Panhandle
offense has been.
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AAU Basketball
The Jackson County
Youth Coalition will spon-
sor an AAU boys basketball
tournament Friday at
Marianna Middle School
from 6-8 p.m. and Saturday
at .Chipola College from 8
a.m. to 8 p.m.
Admission is $5 daily.
There will be six teams:
NNFC Greenwave,
Harambee Dragons,
Boundless Ballers,
Alabama Cobras, Pensacola
Tigers and Northwest
Florida Sharks.
For more information,
contact Darold Pope at 272-

Kids Golf Clinic
The Marianna Golf
Association will be con-
ducting its annual golf clin-
ic for kids July 23-25 at the
Florida Caverns Golf
Kids will have two days
of instructions, including
chipping and putting con-
tests, with a nine-hole tour-
namerit the last day.
The cost is $35 per child
and this includes drinks and
snacks daily along with
prizes and trophies for win-
-ners of the contests and
Kids should bring their
own clubs and a hat. For
more information and to
pre-register, call 482-4257,

Wes Person Basketball
* Former Auburn and NBA
player Wes Person is con-
ducting his Sharpshooters
Basketball Camp for boys
and girls from July 24-27 at
Marianna High School.
Cost is $65.
For more information,
contact Nadine Long at

Golf Tournament
The Scott Harrell Benefit
Golf Tournament will be
held July 24 at Indian
Springs Golf Course with
tee-off at 1 p.m.
There will be a four-man
scramble and lunch will be
served at 12:30 p.m. Cost is
$60 per person.
For more information,
contact. Rob Halstead at
573-6679, or Tom Barbee at

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

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

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

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"Our bats just haven't woken up yet," he
said. "I really can't say that we saw great
- pitching (in the state tournament), it was not
- a- .better than what we've seen before. As a
- -- team, just not hitting very well."!
S- ~ a. Perhaps the two weeks the team has had off
- since the state tournament has allowed the.
Panthers to regroup and regain their offensive
a spark. Childs said he hopes that is the case.
"Sometimes a break is really good," he
S- said. "These kids have been playing since
S- February and I was starting to sense that they
might be fatigued, maybe burned out a little.
But we had some really good days of practice
this week and last week. We'ye gotten some
rest and I hope we get it going."
S Childs said that he planned on starting
Dillon Bennett on the mound Saturday, with
the typical rotation of Hunter Jordan and
Caleb Alexander to follow.
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two hits and one earned run (in the third game
of the state tournament with the Panthers fac-
ing elimination). If we can get that kind of
performance from him in the World Series,
that will give us a good chance to be success-
If the Panthers' strong pitching 'continues
and they can get the bats going again, Childs
said he believes his team can make a major
run at a World Series title.
However, the coach said nothing is being
taken for granted.
I coach with total confidence," Childs
said. "I never take the approach that we just
have to stay close and hope we get a chance
to win late. I don't coach that way. We pre-
pare with the approach that we're going to
win every game.
"We try to stay confident, but not arrogant.
There's a fine line between confidence and
arrogance. We're going to be confident, but
not cocky."

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27ft, with slide out
room, fully loaded with
new hitch. $9500 334-
Prowler '04 Sth Wheel, 25
S S I IE D ft. Must see! Nice unit.
Many extras $15,500.
Call 334-714-0210.
Outback '06 31 RQS Load-
ed $16,900 OBO 334-
Nash 2004 5th wheel M-
1 g 24-53, 1 slide impres-
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verado available for to-
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discuss price. 334-701-
g Montana 2005 5th Wheel,
4 slides, king bed, ex-
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$34,500 OBO 850-547-
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Al ults De Friann SUNDAYr & w e N IF '7~u. electric anin $39K
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investigate the back speed, Toshiba Sam- ncd Enironmnta fertilizer attach. 1,000 WereWorkingForYou!! 4BR 3.5bath450000. Malibu Skier '01 horse r lecanchor, boatco- slides, fireplace, large

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Your Ber Business China Cabinet $100, DR ta- vated teamplayerw/ ur u,6, good cond., asking sleeps6-8,Exc.Cond (334)677-3827
Bureau isan excellent ble set, $100 850-482-5998 exc. verbal, people&PC t u,.5 1 B,, 433 ie! st$12,000 OBO, Call 334 $14,800. OBO' Please
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$75.850-526-3365. 520, ATTN: Box 558, d countryingr .com. eu- rgret weekend rt St Joe, FL and heat $600, Calstand up shower.
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Classified Has OBO850-418-3604 EOE. Okra. You Pick or we 2 & 3i Mobile Homes E upon reus $wf7 c upon reque 0.
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ereses hfor Rent/Jackson C TRy.
SBPeonal Choices Inc. Is Shiver's shelled peas & $350 & up Call 850557 Yamaha G 80R '04, Red- Hay Cutter/Morra 5 Disc
areo undrnownlrrn eslaenial butter beans.Whte,057 /White. 2-cyl. 160 Hrs. Cut's 6.69 feet, new
-inthe service workers for group zipper, pin e Fair cond. $3800 OBO. blades, M0, 2800 Ahead
homesterve7/2Ads Ap0i 8and5insthaeo2 Hi- $oas.Green&coiorenear17109 ot$9908507218 Cl(334)-795-2939.115 0-48257
GREAT OPPORTUNITY! Classified Ads home and in the commu- ean ar Lea 34-9 850-482-747
Local Retail Business ty licant ust have HS utte.rbeans. Farm &71; App. & Lease
For Sale. Turn Key Op-Table: Solid wood dinin diploma and a minimum of fresh, home grown. $5. Req.$400 + $300 dep. Triton 2005 1753 Crappie, Fisher2008 1754, .40HP 4 30ft. Hunter Sail Boat, The Rest
ration. Only Business table w/ high-back one year Experie-:e aurll $10, $20 ta3gi vadiabl.i Sewer aLeCr garb. mercury 60HP. 4 stroke stroke mercury. la- turn key Lve Aboard. t
of it's kind in town. 050- bench, 1 of a kind, $75, iso with parsons ,.rh cu-a FRMS.Crjrniid iaa.1w care ,111.1I Pets front & rear hlve wells, chometer. humming- great weekend get
209-3544 850-526-3365. biiti ines or in a oldrrar 4 .p.% SLuasn $12 I5 -nelrng 26 63 and ba t wellflots t bird 565 h we i. blg awa. Man grades.
7eting Ap:,plica.- _. )(. a i,,i t a sp m i ll. 1334 798.lw$ Sq sy o reKa
03i ., ablet,:, pass leo.i 2 b.,: 3bushell w 84E w3tn,n2 wihncityl hmts.$12.5004OBO 650-547- 0010 000. Call850-221-034 Put yhead of
.Mrur i ,,u screenable toe i34-$ 2-375. the 6ompetitilon when you
muJr Se able to arv ii,.,. Reg.850.4i2.54692 Chaparral '84 198XL 185 1(2) YAMAHA'S "06 Wave
Guiar& Ba.sLssn'--?' iren -ruS. For ut lurrn,,,', U.Pck Peat.., E. e, t -nque Evinrude with Trailer runners 4 stroke eng, use' the classified in your
Guitar&Bass Lessons-2007- 26hp Kohler en- about these .it,. Creamtres. par B in r arann .n S4500w334-693-9360 dual trailer hw,'covers.
$15/3slminutes. Exp. gine, 54",-industrial please contact Mi.i '1 Purple Hull acres $6 NornMeceilent condition search for the perfect job
guitarist looking for craftsmen lawnmower. 850-573-2365 per 5 ga buckel Br n pet' $560 0 DEp "9 ,.'
more students, Lessons 35hr. $1,800. 334-796- -wOrt Fel 6.641 14,000 both334- position.
taught in a lonl pvt en- 3064 Corn will be reacay by6805Po
vironment850-718-7304 -85-16 used. e weekend. itS'per MH ots vail & some 6- 2000. 23'. Aquasport.
Good trailertires$30 pioi. 5 ,ses N ,:, MH wher a'iP Blue . cea Stick out from the crowd
850. 63 2?27FGrano Ridge ar. HW '--
86D TS:e tke Connor Rd iw Pa. ka3ranna Water t. $15. 500. Please with he lassifids
erI5,.0 5 I tnoral to choc se rd-n, rn a CInrn. r Cr s- eaqge garn .. lawn SPOR TSCRAFT ',0. 30-1, Ch3parratl 210 S .Sl 05 cal1334 .791-2609
850-482-4057 rig, Souse is on the len t. 6i.501482.4060 440 Chyr. engine, good Yello, 260 np bimin
sFOUND:(F) Black, short $80 589:n 3146 Paront Rd. .- condition, $5,000 00 top, galvanized trailer 1994 Master Craft Pro JACKSON COUNTY FLORIDAN
hair, stand pears, O- 850-592-8769 Kittens, 6 weeks old 334-687-434ragImmaculate
ange collar. Found on onv FREE U PICK334-687-A34; Star 205,
ange collar. Found on VinylSwimmingPool&Ac- cor trarnd. FREE U ICt PElt WE :HE SLL Sm 3/1 Quiet,clean. Lg.olotny hour, Wtomeacuae
Hwy73.850-526-1414 cessories15 x 4.Cost oo 50 p r wate/septic/lawn/pest Ranger '91 Bass Boat, many extras. Like nw 15000.. Call
$300,Sellfor$150 I0.0.303.727 D p inc]. No Pets. lst,last $300 Blue &' silver, exc. $27,900,34-475-38 334-74-
560-592-3261.. ... iL udRd. .CC, sec.$600/mo, 8502091027 cond., 17.5 ft., Mariner. -794-9766/790-9422 OM Home Care professionals are among
0401 ,8D9 .39.50.334-693-92 the finest, most dedicated individuals in our
GOTCHA COVERED UP- 163 301 ". P2n2onBaEARN EXTRA industry. It is this sort of dedication that has
Sunchaser. 50 tP helped lead OMNI to the forefront of our
HOLSTERY: Call Debbie ..... t-. 6 Australian Shepard REAL ESTATE 96' DW, 28X60, CH/A, 4BR Yamaha. Garaged. Like
850-579-4834 W iBusineas Equipmeyt Border Collie puppies. 2BA rw/study. Appi., 2 new: $11,500 OBO. Call industry and enjoy tremendous growth in the
Will sit with elderly and r ook- dogs. $50/ea. 850-579-porchesc. Al condo. 334-714-58. Panama City area.
cook and clean. Have ref. Trbochaf Pizza Cook- dos /$30K 850-762-9333
Call 850-326-4140 or 850- Smor&StaroPizza Warmer 4238"O.urhi tP1ptrotor
326-4223. Cooker FREE F. Wh;i 6 H Johnson, trolling Occupational Therapist
m8doo Arma BB;nQoor It. ar,- ..ed. t.. o a439 motor r.Depth finder a newspaper carrier. Scheduler-RegisteredNurse
o~. & I morMe.l$7Snelv0ng r,,,rr, turu, in un *.0-------------- -a o1700. 000 We offer career advancement, flexible FT &
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506 509 Motor Homes- 512 Motorcycles/ATVs 600 Automobiles 600 Automobiles 600 Automobiles 600. Automobiles 624 k'Pikufii;.. 624'i4k-.upTcuk 624
H a rl., Oj...-n 2000 Ford '93 Mustang Cony, 4 ..D-ii. 05' 3500 Quad Cab FORD 06' F250 XLT, 4WD,
98 Couar.inan barni... 0Damin iriiuder' 00,' rij. . .i earl ryl. needs 'some work Dually Cummins Turbo Diesel, White, 68K
35:. 2i.uoO mi ,..., iI i * 4; ) c re ] iB Y ME! Diesel, 69k miles, CD, files. $23,000. OBO.
n g~,nra .r.1 an2 r. 27.91 2 .Ira -,4 ,., Cruise, $20,500. 850- Cali 334-726-4821
Irles. duCTed LH A lidi, A,,.TVA2 's 6 i ,.r,1 Mu u. .., 526290 d3 e ve
h y62raulc le elers. .y del by., gr ,w nv, r le 2, 00 8 '0 8 ge a 94 d9 Ford '99 Lariat F250, Su-
re3r ,ln A, il1 ..'2p 2 m .r e H-er as., n cl , ,, 726 ) 34 per Duty, Big Truck
6. le .. r powr cap- Tire. Twl' 3 Pp.I:. ti e-r ragaer IDodge. j4, 150 Quad. 4x4, ext. cab, V-10, 38"
tams a:n r cr P ,- 00 ,.',ll, t *:,riail.:n 1,,, For, '8 Muilang r, ur. cab. E,.:,li,:-r ,::,nIa.t.,n tires, 8" lft; 105k mi,

3865 Lg slide out, ex. cond. Manual, Gas Saver. 78,000, excellent (334) 899-8448 iv. msg. stereo leather interior rame SLT, x-cab, 5.2 lit- pwr, chrome wills, 84K
m$42,500. Please $4,000.334-9842044 condition.Loade Ford l Runs well, very clean.u Volkswagen 05' Torguexc.- Chevrolet 'co06 LT Crew dr, 130K m. Bed liner, m., $8300, Call (334)
sn cl345 -731131nu...$95UU334-632-1100 Mar rPlea=.:ahl 334 ;.4. 889-0043/740-497-3152.

callNeeda334-585-2New Home? CD,A/C,AM/FM, gray interior, AC. $2890 Great Shape. $10,500, reg, Gray w/saddle inte Cab Z-71 39k miles, almost new tires, cus- 389-3071
Damon '96 Daybreak Checkout me? stereo, newtires, 334406-3334 (Dothan) 334-794-7826. rior, 40k miles, top of leather, cd, tint, tool tom exhaust, AIWA
Motorome. 3 the Classifieds leather int.e the line, sun roof, V8 box, bug shield, vent sound system, $5,200. Ford '07150 Supercrew
Motorhome. 31 ft theCassifieds clean,6,400 MITSUBISHi'95MIRAGE optiondual climate air, visors, brush guard, 334-898-2537 Larriat4X4whitesand
cond. comes / 2-whl Honda '03 VTX 1800 Call334-790-5685. GREAT GAS SAVER! heated seats, automat- exc cond. $21,500.00, coor w/tan leather

'95 Westport by ,Fleet, Home. Great for camp- luggage rack w n/ ba3, $6,500.. Call 334-671- & brakes elec. blue ,,r-a rear air E 23.006
wood, 34'2 slices, rear ig,hu 4shing. quic detach wn 33w5- 4214or334-596-0214 90 334 -397- 3; 15 f;3 6 M
k rrs $5 ly. 334-792-0619 Black, Motorcycle. Ga.- $15000 800c3w3 39 3 nual4 l _hifl ) p4Call 4-207-8714 Kmi. fullyloaded,
d i 1 r f e 6933.o Chevy '05 Cavalier. Tan03334-798-5725.

Sre '9 te 2000 s. Showroom PS, d. aCrim/fmn Re Honda '05 Civic EX Sp Nissan '03 35 Maxima SL,,
2684.334703025 ef con d ondia 05 CR85R Moto- w/cd player. 53,284K. Edtio iack. 61K mi. new resulelotedr cba .at,.

2006 custom pork model 25,Home. Great fo 334-792-1079. cross Dirt Bike, exc. daughter over seas. Blue, 5ll 334-67spd 31-6500 m., owner, $17,800 pay Au yl.2WD.23k,
Log Cabintuse a3 34' Allegro, 1990, 37,000 c td., Readty itRacl 334-796-9929. $13,500,9198442586. off. Call (334) 714-1671 Cnevrolec 02 5-10 crew Por r steer, CD, A/C,
m ronth 3p lesrfet r l i ong, hun3w tingefishing qUI $ detach i l- wi'n. C C av i r. .
twoo W er4214o Hod Rancher 2WDw/ a, 334-596-0214 $16,900 OBO 334-397-8 C 1b5 9C 91-8695
- kitchen, hardwood fore $5700, 334-762-41 shield. $8700, 334-445- 334-3 7- r.t .n ar . .
Sd condi tion, $14,000 Air stream '93 34 ft. deis 3el 6933 Chevy '07 HHRiginal bvxc' Ced X LT er ,
S5 $ e e xc ovy d. Crimson Red. Honda '05 Civic EX Spe- ENissan '05 Maxima SL, | Ford9Fi o ,53K i
2684,334-703-0125 64. 000K mi. exc. d 334)445-4304cond. Honda '05 CR85R Moto- Take over payments cial Edition, Fiji Pearl 50 .o $ Ra i334) 794-
2006 custom prk model $25,000334-792-1079 crossirt3 ike, exc. daughter over seas. Blue, 5 spd. 36500 mi.,1 owner, $17,800 pa rbbiles Au6cyl2WmD.
your35f slides. 1S bat h cond. d 't$ 500 C 6- 920, 334-695-926 ev y '6 Camero race f r trjg3$an6 s n\' -3-r. 3i2y o R e 4 -393492. $ 5i.a Mlonad great,

Wo3, r/betaut/ifulccar cll 36. ?-3 40 -3i :0 r *m.. rS 'ils, s'un. e4 ludgi. -m r7 a m6are 6O iu $8 n,500, Call 0791 -86

1995 Shasta Travel Trail- r f ain In-69-9269, di34on9 ruby red, new -9265_ Che vy.68esea ..cO mi. Chrom a geacnd
2921Satellite. W/D hookup 334-792-8018 or 334- Honda Rancher 2 l low 3320065.or t dri ad mu r 1411 C334 ne 34.9 .C

08' Amerilite Travel Trailer m60 61:iles Great cn n 21 0^ Cli 31 ---- .--._. 3- 684-6291. GMC *07 5500 Diesel, A0i4-
21500 ft. Fully self con- 312 $7000334-687-8624. ,- 9101dsmobile78.Needsmi Chev 57 Belair 2 door, Cson, cruise, tilt, ar 11
stained, Used once. Pd '04 Pace Arrow 37 C, nortuneupandcleanup. Re NewinteriorExc. 1rd Ford '04 XLT Super Cab,ed
$13,400, asking $10k 850- Work Horse Chassis. awasaki05 KLX110 Chevy Mazda 04Ca ice RX8, 62,000 Call ..334-347-5384o r334- Condmustsell. Crager V8 Triton, 76K, Tow w/ Rin Goosene
5792217 19K, loaded slides, 99 new, libumper specialty milesnt. Runs great Bora 447-3237 Rims, A.Car.WAS$20K package True work 3 5th ee
20tow car, 93,000, Call Cat-back exhaust Take NOW$17k3347931902 orse $12,000, 850-215 o trades, $47K, al

$r3 5b t ti0iss26 KAAeSA05dio aI 06 L. ed,K Ma dd, ---Fo--- C10 Ga C33t7saU'6OD;2 al
$75K. 334-790-3480n runswenewtres 171 vertible, 2 sweater. Very Dr 98K Very Clean, Ford '04 F150 Fx4, Super 7 Diesel
200Poar 9 gree T-Tops, very clean Mercedes 05 SL 500 sil rare car $6,500 334-792- asking $9995 l r. 334 Cab, 6-disc CD, 68K mi., x25c00 eK m il eI500
5.TH Wheel 2 d, n tte. $24,900. C all 334- 26.95.33-79-5271. 4100or334-618-9101. 901005 $15500, Call (334) 897 3 9008 or 334

Satellite W/D F .hro. op. Ho ,.-Rncher 2 WD w 6.50 1/8 be a LT 1' G A' AC (r Dts new moor Cew silver, m Ford "05; F250 50kme GMC1 4rm3 4-6.
H --- :- Hard-tail, 11,000 mi, ~ ^ iul 0llB- maculatee cond. $6,000. OBO 334-671- cond. warranty, 941-268-1128. num Wheel x36 R
iSBA 2 sides, excel- 791-14150 25. 7S1UK. 1 0 1, BLA .6 l S ) 30 4-677-774838 al3 i3772 ,80, Call 334-299- A t S
Ioex$c c on Itd.L Ik3ewon0 27 l-,O 0 '.. .,'0 G$%300BP8 62 m1.burund
Winnebego -99 Bra 7 5- 687-3275 eo 025 Amrican mads e nb PR,. E ED dd. E undi Extended Cab. Gra3atI. A.1, 1 z
$18,000 334 695 1159 c950 0 Firmy334-68 0i33 6tia r 93 tu ,' a r ,.d '4 ExL le
SeAeee Cl0 Chey., '93 Corvette, 'con- I 24dPG$123."i 3h cr Iran n.ir4,,r,.r yFord'95F 15$-y0 tools 28k mKml 4WDFosil
g od1995 ShastaTravelTrail- verxibn 40th annimn ad- les2lrc3470 1 6 6 6 3 l. 10 -S e ut co4Di g 4 9
carpet & bath fixt ureep s a Bill at 334-714-0934 850-352-4723 d n ruby red, new 6 Chevrolet 57 Bel-Air, 4 hevy 04' Avalanche Z71, 4DR, solid white full
$5564,900 Camile. $25,500. -cond. $5000 OBO. 334- door,new eng paint Excellent condition. loaded $15,000. Ca nfinit 04 FX 45 38000
2921 re Back, M 0 0 tune up $16 500 850- LEKLus90L4"."run. 1101,m l ae. runt .ot at, gra 5Callrd3'0-XLTU250

850-547-3431 rey Davidson 00 He-Yamaha 04 YFZ 450 Mercedes 96 320.SL Low I-I04 75%refurbished.Many Fully loaded. 78K. 334-983-1860 miles fully loaded
tage softtail twin cam, pMany after market m1eae C2all 334-774- extras ,Taking bids h l 4-- naviation3rea vew
brooms sllde. G, runst s $3200. 334-726- 0 o r t lr .$n.l, 3133/797.5341 6amra d grays, .
08n Awer' onte Travel _: '0a.Talr J'milesIGGreatc'd., lilleocom10 )7- 4100 o r. 618- Cll 684'62-1.6GMC'07 5500 Diesel Alli-
1o1n.,ft(34 792-,410.c0Po r 618-9Oldsmobile-'78. Needs mi- Chev'57 Belair 2 door,, Eson cruise, tilt aIr, 11

leave* a msge. 1997 Fou r Winds Cla 4. Whrse. Mrre Auo ,9 E.320ros smfir.,4,'. g condi. $,31K. 7186640
tanned, -Used-2once.Pd'04kPace Arre0owha37 eyd sd 612 r4 M5Aiesnanor teupandclean up. ReNewiteriorc.ItWesan Hauler Bed
2021 9, l de s ae l e bc er, a ly r miles. Runs great ed le 447-3237 Rims, Al. Car. WAS 20Kackagell True work- 30K 5th Wheel, 20K m
S4)618-0717 Call (334)33-2988 596-1810. Cat-back exhaust. TakNOW 17k 334-793-02 Ford 12,0 5 F-250 L ariat cd 5 pd m annual, 4-cyl,

00' 19' MPr owle y owcar 30 PT r 'llpa $11k990.34-596-2077 .Aoh eels, ePlymouatth'6T m 8
clean, upgrades, new- over p-ints.$19k'owed.8F "y1 3uK50-27638 r D NssitanCrew
ullent o nditio_ ._GMC.'072500 Du amaexu.'0 i.rc e d ouwac.
tires, battery etc. A '03 Class A Mooco La Kawask 07 Mean Streak Chevy'94 Caaro 850-557-6199 Runs, bu needs wrk.05 Coorado,
u.r. seem re a Special. Edition. Unde:.r i Sedan. AM/FM. Real Clean! parts. $6,000. Neg.. Call Crewcab, 36K, exc.. rc. $, A 0M. Loaded, Like new. Ask.

m us9 Ssee $ 95lTrail-. d n s e r n w $4200334-792-7814 334-522-3756 c :a ,/uto, s r 0 lt. mve e ng payoff, Call 334.-333-Co e

er, 2S f4000.3 36 3.3 ba ttery ..rec t ,,Pontiac '06 GTO, 0, DELIVERY TRUCK. Diesel cover, n rn ngtobo darsu clean, warranty Like 7
27Lexington 2006 29 bath. Loaded! inN car 500 miles extras in- 6-cylWD.Los,, 400HPd24,000 miles, w/ lift gate.'Yea 2000. spray in liner 1,500 Ca Nissan 07 Titan 5.6 LE
sldes, full y pain4 furnish Kings cude 1100, 3100 miles, Call PowerbrakesPower fully loaded, 167k miblack in/out, one owner Mileage aprx. 118,000. $14,495.. 334-792-2938 850-527-1516/ orLoaded $30,000. Call
K miles, lie new. iles, towels, t ranty, $6200 334- Mercury 00 $2400, Must see!Mar $26,000, 850-352- 334-794-744 334797 or 9797-5130. 334-7015129 Loaded,1 owner4-0210.
$75K.334- 70 3o 3arunse welg new thiresv, : ,648- 3171 r a v tibe 07 2 sra te. V riy c3- 9 Fiseetside, Ext. 0 cb. -, -
se pusher, cnd $105 0 8Call sa y C le Mercedes '05 SL 500, oil- rare car $6,500 334-792-) for log truck or long haul. 334-696-3370CD, 68K m 25, K m. $38,500
outside ent. enter, 334-806-2911. 00 630 2,(334)733-0579 9000 850-638-7290/85 0- 2364,334-793-100 79 F100, allruns good Toyota '97 334-677-9008 or 334-

lodks 1K elto 3 i n b e sa. D d qml Runs g t Bora 4 7R -d2f t l 527-2 Rims, Aoe oar. W e$20 -" pa 0 0 cal 850-209- i0K 5, oCneD, d me ,
00' 19 P owler 12334Vr (43664341 v / la- 334-$47,5 00 ( 410098 o3 346890.k 0582 Take26 -2767.
SU F 200 C. moped. 1 ow Plontiac '00 Gextrand334- .Ford '68 step side, Chevrolet '06 714X4,
tarrs ler:citgal $80r0sMn-.334-aCis'MVYe'93 Capricehe LI 4DR GT. AT, AC (every great shape new motor Crew, Silver, 31K ml., Ford '05 F-250. 50k m ies.lGMC91'immy 4x4m6-
Haa 2srd-tsal p 2711,000nmlan ut C.mmaculate condo. $6,000 .. 0 334-671- con"d warranty, 941-268-11283. num Wheels 12x36 Ra-m
8000Kaml.aLikee 334-696-819 M v3:-'33058.3331. AC, Auto, AM/FM CID
ae 9 05- C$bo334-a470.dd clR Hod so 76Cc. i ap'.e ld.M r..$558oa 00 ao 850762-9333

nht HIood d Diacondi L on, 4very Sie.un I re l rad A, 00 Cea-ro 1 uGM '0Sierrv2dda SLE
m gFoorg5 owit m0 e e $2,000 Victory 1999 1500, red mi5ia hlete (8 3)27 3r Call John $1334-7978s-d. ItI-00 42- Extended C ab. Gray. All
Winnebego 99 Brave 35 687 3275 or 850-625- e f Americanmader b9 re, rCac PowRD' brIU1s SE.r icasr l Pontsai rasaar C l Z1 3 -79-51.
tr35k mi gtrAlcoa wheels 8457ley mi., Very Lt earwn Ford Jason F1347 4-6 up r e, cGcondition. 138k mil
C 3es5,hyitengrank, sld 3965 $i000 Fim334-u -6a-tc-,5 204 .1 ]44508 od Ri 41.0 o8r58 334-8-9 4 campe for seor.7 2-7 To.3 7 Tacora 3-

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T3 b22-a3G 1997 Krs e34street7 YamahaV e n aculat 0 u 2'umScot 334Mecede7'895605,_bu28113""_3_-_4_Ford 98-d L, --oGM s,6 Sira loed,
des helmeted. 6400 m, 125mpg,ecdy,FURD tNLe r r -. miles C 2k Jmi. ext4, sl l on-
good condition, new kot 530 miles, $865. rackexcel. cond. $ 6 rbe iti ulinsi 00 E Put b awtee rCn1. x doB 3 to. rroeA, ce1 lent condition, der wre ety. $21,5. Call
carpet & bath fixtures Call Bill at 334-714-0934D l850-352-4723m. nee thin. Very clean, good Chevroeto57 BelAir 4 Chevy 04' Avalanche Z71t 4DR, solid white r fully 475r 464

eatr64,900 mile. Wdo$25,500. 4er s$50008at 334- door, s rnewo leng& l ad V-6'paint Excellent condition.,:R 3lade $15,e. CA Infinity 04M X 45, 38,000rs
har 850-547-3431 No- Harley Davidson '00 Hen- rYamaha '04 YFZ 450t Merce d0 Fu '6 3c o w 1 7915 12604. 75%$0refurbitshed. Many Fully loaded-. 78K. 334983-1860loadedet ievr
tag- 0sof0ial twin cam, Many after market nMierdeasge al34-.74n1/wbd4 -801 70.Cll34-67avigtle in, u earto, a ied
SSnv Shw B c r. r2d rado parts, $3200. 334-7 126- ,milag. Toyota.,. la2 ter ease. $9,500. r Cab4- 83n0a8 ,igaon,1c 334 3 0 i
Pllo c oatiter ver0 ac 2y ras .t u12.n t', 424n. e r i. 8731 oro79-5130. r 00, .2 0 C 3133/797-5341c 2 camera, grayish, exc.

00w mPleage, $2,000 *04ir Sedan d-52500, K 334-35r5-0ow pkg, l r.oofM. $1. 00 (3.. 2..7 r139
7334,-6 4.$ 1 (,,l42!o. c04 135 1111 nded, ra$31K, 718-6640
48b80Yamaha2B07'44V-StarhNewvoe Grey;-Sdr6-cyl..48K.RMercedes.RBenz'98Eo-320 Niss an F r.
sl, lLo adledcomesewith od d, d' leather. lt r 78Korg., hmite. .Lf. 'd 6t rsiteriont, D i.

neiaresgTen. jks m4d2peA MgalanDcoter.45 m es $, 3 FV a '0 dan, G cod 2 oPold A/C ed at te
,m t & covo r-n y 1 ea, sp 2 23 o 7 Great cond. $ 17K. 334 maintained have all b s-4-6 r k s o ilver b 1 er
Camieeen re00s, 3p80a0k A acc.rive, Lg.cage eind shiel, Aic- o al Forap bF-A50 m a ing A0k ml 8 $a 5 -4-

aB Clm 3(3334) 379-5118 F Cht r er06 PMusta C its, $11, 990. 34-596-2aT779, 4 95 bo, Off road pgk. White p48wrkgltoex
ready ,nc pl l.eshrCame ero 6 91 convertible 1 p u9r- so d 1 mR,9allyA/C9w0e 80 0 ,, chevy *02 Silverad5o 4-
nees nn thcra en 2oad0ed0 ,m V.exc. cond Wlean, 1goo Chevrolet '04, 2500 LS Cab, 88K ml, good cond, Ford'03F150XL Toyota -cc2Tacoma
mi irs90e334r632a1100t 27"70 mi0 H 5$l-400, Cali CDPlayer,$11750. BS Crew Cab. 21,100 one $9900, (334)798-2747 Black,5-spde Manual SR5,ExtCab.4t
S pr. circuit 334-5883400 Financing AvaableWAC. w 850-272-6389 owner road miles, 6.0 Cab, 15,000 re c loan balance
Fourwinds 08 Chateau am or ll John 334-797-0420 V8. Mobll ol only. All y 04 Tahoe Z71, 21MPG HWY, 2 WD, $12,000.86k mi.; exc
Workhorse Chassis 6.0L Screaming agle VROD, factory wrnty all the 2 WD. 42k m. Loade, w n every respect. eatll Cer, 83k miles, brakes.,Power a .
r5e 504Ol.r- '1r- -87 9-5130. $4 64.200.334-792-7814 334-522 3756 cond.a/cauto, strolw ieofadUknw39-7-34

Vortec. 5578K mi. no sL Red, 7K m, warranty, Chevrolet '87 Corvette options, like new, r PS/PW/PDL tonne a $16,500 firm. Call 334- n t T a
. nookr 00 nego. Call 334- Ce 071K actu 1 g AskinD $Pontiac '06 GTOm t 6.0 DELIVERY TRUCK. Diesel cover, running boards clean, warranty, U 0 4
Lexington 2006 290 3 HARLE 9DAVIPSON4 -Yamna 2006 V-sca r 400HP '24,000 miles, w/ lift gate.Vean 2000. spray an liner. new. $31,500. Call Nissan '07 Titan 5.6 LI
riousinquriesonly" pa 00s desed, 3100 mles, war- black 334-726- Chevroleti one owner Mileage a verado 6disc cd changer in Topper85052756. w/ Towing 120,k $9,000 cab 334-Leather
11K mREDUCED334 -3 818-083. 1500, 5.3L V8, Red, dash, power seats, rear Package,Greatcond. 6857207850-258-3018

Lde coms wt L Ford '64 Thunderbird, Lroaded, CD/AM/FM, air controls e $8,925/0O, roi

Ford 1991 Class C, rebuilt l Chevrolet '93 Corvette 82K mi, 1 owner, $4000. '0 d Ma Mr V671 0, 250 u5 /C, runs well2 Great $1-6, 8,030733447-572 01 334-692o3375.ner
onan, 2 A/C's, Cod h ConvertibI Red leath- Will trade. Call 334-632 aand na i, o2 Extras 12000.00 8555/334-685-6233
Sspd. 2000 miles, extace leave message Corvette '85 Crown Victorian Mitsubishi '07 Eclipse GT, memory seats, CD/ca- Chevrolet '00 Tahoe, 4x4 rntablevy83cratch mixer Cab, Triton V-8, dia- Buick '07 Rainier, By
Fl eetwood 2002 Discov- lent condition lots of LTD, 4-dr. V-8 auto, 92K V, Loaded, Ithr, 6dlo sk s s ett player, gold w/tan LT, loaded, Ithr, OnStar, Coffin w/ stand CD Rec- mond $7900. plate Calool box, own er, 2WD, 6 cyl., Is. 334-
ery 39ft, 2 slides, 330 extras, 2YR warranty, Chevy '03 06 Corvette, m. new paint & vin d, htd seats, fin. avail leather, 4 dooremaining 100k 156Km., w/ Fle transmission, Good $3400multi-disc changer.Over bed liner, bed extender, ver Leather, Power,
HP desel, pusher nie $18,000. Ca 336108hours4-441- Exel. cond. $4035K miles, top. $1495. Call334-687- $17900. John 334-797- warranty $1,900, 334) for log trck or ll (334) 700 LP's.750 call 850- exc. cond. $6900 334- 18000 m. $22,500 neg.,
outside$85,000 33461884nt.3347 6962enter, 334-$27,500850-762-839 9 1363. 0420 or Jason 714-1601 701-8555/334-685-6233 79 $98-2115 573-7589 714-4210 or 677-6007 Call 334-370-3921
loads of extras, no Dodge '91 -Stealth..Runsrserious..inquireseonly:.52-222..- Chevy '95' ext cab,74X4Ford7 9',F1,crrunsgl To5t0a'07'miles TAC
no pets, 38K, good. $1,500 firm. Call 334-7144510 or RACE CAR Dirt laeld lalld 85029 mies AC, CD edinCr
mi.,PWustL,2-47906ne05-9661 n &too[ l box334-797-
ml., MusttSell!n$08,500' 0.. I334- 7odlc '05 CGO, R PELacEY aC aie l uomea, ruling woaers, cle 2614tgood cdi bi
000, (8I5) 638-79280r cr Mercury 03' Grand Mar-& $28 ft.-mncoeda oe334- 4-4 4-77.- o 334-791-2809 Loaded 1 ow618
850-596-8475 2004dt nYAMA1-HA 7 Wave Ford '02 Mustang, quis GS, 1 owner, like y extras. 334 7www.dothaneagle4corn
Runners, .4 stroke C e 63 K rDarkRed, Coupe. 5- new inside/out,, only 11P.11'83Crew C I0For '0.F-150Lariaiwit
dual trailer covers; 'life spd. ( 78000m, 7 In-1281, rr.CEs.e$9.0588Se .ayl. aAi
sl dri220-759-9974 leathereww/ro.5ty4,334eami)4,1Q2
o utsDd e $6,500 N eg., Ph:e902- M rcol i 6 are s ouis e, $ 3 0 (3_or l g t 3 -_7
Harlecury Davison '05445-630,(34)73-than.19 arigna-i
sic, Red/Black, Loaded, ST IO D a u ious squ oly. 3hIh y
Great3 c.$18,000, Ford '02 Tauros SE, all 4;13-7)4-32 0 orr 334RAC2CA -Drt orte s27-nq barn I lot o Forode $'0i OBFO cabu 8A
m s 334-389-9889.Lariaow47rruns rest 3 05 .:. RbPIoa"d 3u3nu-we-r
805 -7504ean.$".200. A00 CaWae 02rcMuta-,'-a5s Graf.1wnd r like e. m e 4- 2 -evy j ca d e
FourWinds5000j0Rnn 4334 5 05 Suna neout. oISaturn '087 Aura XR, 9,808 condo. 3 dr. cool air. Financing AvailableWAC. runner ext. cab, brush
Fu Wid 50 '0,in: cosraios n. '.000 iIn-.-white,tnC$4,400.334;494-2784or Call John 334-797-0420 guard, tool box, new all
WD.v 88,300 miles, Great sp.70 m, n 8 rml..$9,0492,MUSTtErTO.,ELIEVE!mi,,334-671-
cond. 28Feet, AM/FM" H21,1Didsn '34- -u5223564 Camper shell, one yr.old.9Chevyr85'Silrerado Crew Ford '98 F150 Supercab,c
TV Hookup, TVEAntenna Gi Ultr Clau- mobiles09.Lcke. ,ne5w.'i$600 Callack800.850-594-.$5,6007983 Rnrs
Tl h e J k S 3 -8*owEugr to334-347-2717. "1- 3 28Ford398',F158, V8, Automat- boards, K&N air clean-
Detectors,lAwning,H-rley23. C r,'6v r, D-72FOUR 24" RIMS Chevy 85'-Sil0erado Crew CDo yr $9500. Toyotb, 00 Taco malPe-
Booth Dinette, 6 Cu. forall Cab Truck. Loaded with na/dnr/cins reg. cubsnged cert.C, dsuaeshx
Foot Refrigecator with Super lide3453 ifcnoeextras$-8Ner0:ur, n 5.0 ,00.334 594-28 o C he7655.-334-464-1999
Freezer, 6 Galhon Pearl Red,chrome,fd, Acura Integra 92, Black, FORD 402 TAURUS SES, wagon, leather all pow- ns e t328, 94-2 e ond4- 94-1Ust, s sharp
Eledt8icI ignition GWater controls, wind shield, 5-spd. CD, runs well, re- excellent condition,' en, low milesexc.cond.d T
Heater, 32 Gallon sundowner seat.6-sd built motor, sunroof- f'olly loaded V-6C$5,000m$4500 FIRM 334-797-g eVestilT new 6'X30Tpro. Chevy '04 Silvera
Freshwater Tank, To.- 4900 m.i.$10,500,r334- Great condo. 2,000 obo,'-3000334-68 table ramp for sale or E 5c .ara Clea ':Fad.9 F15 0 e
let, Sink & Shower, 25 798-5104.'.Brand new 26"rims,,FORDx'r05$9Mustang- 34- $5,.00OBO 70-8Ruei
Tank, 22 Gallon Gre 334-671-1607. vertible, leather, V- ible, auto, fully loaded,- 2--297869 10 328 F1 A t r
oter Tank, .Het ed Dloaded, 18K miles:immaculate.$18,080.- -t '02 veada- I o/ rre2b s e v du x
7nater1Tank,32e yalonsunda em lsoftcrr

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loads of extras, noly" Dodge '91-Seh R ihen 3068 ousiu.i90 Ca 334-726- Chevrolet Cv Syuiverado 6disc cd changer in TopperuTowing 120,k $9,000 aOm 334-

REDUCEDI334-52362 called.34-393i10 --------SE H W 818 ?'j-5083. ___ 1500, 5.3L V8, Red, dash, power seats, rear Package, Great cond. 685-7207 850-258-3018
sme no pets, Ford '64 Thunderbird, Call 334-7144510 or RACE CAR Dirt l loaded, CD/AM/FM, air controls, $8,925/080, -- msCD edi
Ford 1991 Class C, rebuilt Chevrolet '93 Corvette 82K mi, owner, $4000. r / c, runs well Great $16,800334-70too box3- 334-69234793375.7
ml., Mut el!$0,00-- ft.3470-79;79334nmd lo'05dCi ayboooPlae, d a 61anui8hoeI6 64 odcnitobdm

onan, 2 A/C's, od ConvertibI, ) 638-7920 r Mercury 03' Grand Red leath- Will trade. Call 334-632 Mar n r. n ls A l- o n Extras 12000.00 8555/.334-791685-623309 6

condition $630002 wI fi- HARLEYobDAVIIDSON '08 erd 7n mlesic 3,303040an04 vHTKS"-mad^!;! "nuacl shat optonosot OB,3-35-1272 DJ e-uip/r-cods-T- For 97 F150 XLT SuSer
850-596-8475 spd. 2000 miles, excel 2-YAM1 AWaveFord '0285 Crown Victorian Mitquishi '07 Ecrlipse .GT, memory seats, CD/ca- Chevrolet '00 Tahoe, 4x4 rntablecratch mixer Cab, Triton V-8, dia- Buick '07 Rainier, By

Fleetwood 2002 Discov- lent condition. lots of -----LTD, 4-dr. V-8 auto, 92K V6, Loaded, Ithr, 6dlsk ssett player, gold w/tan LT, loaded, Ithr, OnStar, Coffin w/ stand CD Rec- mond plate tool box, owner, 2WD, 6 cyl., SII-
unnersery 39ft, 2 slides, 330 extras, 2YR warranty, Chevy '03 406 Corvette, m. nDarkRed, Coupe. 5- new inside/outs, fin. avail leatheryremaining 100k 156K mi., exc. cond. Imulti-disc changer.Over bed liner, bed extender, ver Leather, Power,
dual trailer covers;' life spd. 78000ma, In- 281, rr..lEs. $9.10'6588Se .cayl. v', l ALTKi.

HP diesel, ver nice $18,000. Call 334-441- Exel. cond. 35K miles, top. $1495. Call334-687- $17900. John 334-797- waranty $10,900, 334- $8000 0, Call (334) 700 LP's.750 call 850- exc. cond., $6900, 334- 18,000 m. $22,500 neg.,
$85,000 334-618-847 6962. $27,500850-762-8399 1363. 0420 or Jason 714-1601 701-8555/334-685-6233 798-2115 573-7589 714-4210 or 677-6007 Call 334-370-3921
Haly-aido $6,500 Neg., Ph: 902- Mi,rcr 7 Mros___________
HarleyDavidon '05__________________ I I lessthan 3.19K-ariginalS-i -
Electra Glide Ultra Cas- LIT..0'IniIic. I om r. c~~.* v-i. u1 w
sic, Red/Black, Loaded, RNPRAIN5 io s c.)4- aIi.'r sh Od
Getcn.$18,000, Ford '02 Tauros SE, all 64s1 -7)32-.rrn.269. T ior Rsoc srnq barn ~ g Ford 'cii Fl5A'u So 3:cb
-' 334-389-9889. aLaowiarung est1 a.:. Ia", 3466r
l ean.$k.200. O00 Call Morcs.-, '-a5 Grand.) Mar. -F 27 r34-7-62 Cevy9s-oetca. Litlddea r
Call 4-67'731' 8 4.3 eng. Good C lyr$,0.Tyt 0 aoa Pe
Fou Wnds 500 !0j1 334)'726 125500.S. frua t-!gudl. cccI: Saturn '87 Aura XR, 9,8088 cond. 3 dr. cool air. Financing AvailableWAC. runner ext. clab, brush
For Wnd 00 0, ---in: cosraitons56.000 mis. isa' n-.- white, Ithn, C $4,400.334;494-2784 or Call John 334-797-0420 guard, tool box, new all
White, Auto. 8-cyl. 2 l a m iecall alli options, U 349355 orJason 334-714-1601 tires, great shape. 121K
WD., 88,300 miles, Great 33-'1,61.C7 092 M STSETO BLIV!ml. 334-671-65
cond. 28Feet, AM/FM $-2ercury 30 $ 0 334-5223564 Camper shell, one yr. old. Chevy 85' Silserado Crew Ford '98 F150 Supercab, cb 0
Cassette Stereo, Cable cCooIer- osL, asFIo'9,Buk CbTac nddwt maintained, garaged, Toyota '01 Tacoma Pre-
TV Hookup, TV Antenna 6v 0Automobiles-tcond.L ke new.'s $600 9 Calletack 18080.850-594- $5,680000B790-23 Rne, ige&sd
Telehon Jac, Sy- d*I(Ii3 334-347-2717. 38 Ford 98',F158, V8, Automat- boards, K&N air clean-
light, LPG & CO Leak r- r1"'',LO OK 3.ic. cruise, power wind- en, 4 cyl., 2wd, auto,
Detectors, Awning, HarleymA 3. isa-6vDya FOUR 24" RIMS Chevy 85' Silnerado Crew .do/irr e.cb nge oeda x
Booth Dinette, 6 Cu. Hre aisn'0Do n f 10 for all Cab Truck. Loaded with -/ tCI, snupd o er, dualrex
Foot Refrigecator with SuperGlide09-3453 ife noa e-tNter:u$18'000. 850-5"94- ~7655. -334-464-1999
Freezer, 6 Gallon Pearl Red, chrome, fwd. Acura Integra '92, Black, FORD '02 TAURUS SES, wagon, leather all pow- j 11. (850)r209-3453mifsno e otrs268 ,8825-9- ec od 48 5-9- hutCsprsap
Eledtric Ignition- Water controls, wind shield, 5-spd. CD, runs well, re- excellent condition,' en, low miles, exc. cond. j adoaserlae esg 38 _________L___
Heater, 32 Gallon sundowner seat. 6-spd. built motor, sunroof- 'folly loaded V-6'$5,000 .$4500 FIRM 334-797--h Vestil; new 6'X30' pro. Chevy '04 Silverad S
Freshwater Tank, Tol- 4900 ml. $1050 34- Great cond. 2,000 o~bo, 000 334-68-16 42 table ramp for sale orEc.a Cenl'ad- -5f
let, Sink & Shower, 25 798-5104.' Brand new 26" ;rims,50.FORD '0592"CMustang y~e.y -IM
Tank, 22 Gallon Grey 334-671-1607. vertible, leather, V-6. ible, auto, fully loaded,229869 088- -----a
Wae ak etdloaded', 18K miles: immaculate. $18,0080. t,-r Lt'02 Sulvrada
HoldingTanks1350BW'4SdnM#25$6,80 3435-88 3459-69'.A bi YJ.I -'-b.SJlhLJk7
BTU oof'Air ondi ilve, 28775Kml- 1AA I;T/ .FIV4P AIS i. ialsr. oaddA

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627 Sprt Utillty 627 Sport Utility 630 VW s 9
Buick '07 Rainier, 1 one CI
owner, leather, BOSE, On- -Pl

'G'e .Ld ~-^"- Red, 8280 miles, Red! ES, red, Van. Auto. 6- 5'
Star, e Bsh G mies, e we
/gray, $21,000 neg, fac-tothan Stock, brakes, Power steering, c
story warranty. 334-685- Call 334-685-3463 CD, A/C, AM/FM, ste-

--reo. runs well, leather I
V1 or 334 -677-3281 N

8,800 mi- w arrant- re---.Fli
m iHumer '07 H, $2s6,50, Dod '01 Convrs aaonp T
$19,00, (334)793-193 Red, 8200 miles, Red/ ES, red, Vanrk IAuto. ke 6- st
Larger Tires than Stock, brakes, Power steering, s

reo, runs well, leather Lo
Cadillac '03 Escalade int. very clean, $6,200, PA
ESV, 1 owner, 92 K mi., Call334-347-0496. A
8,000 mi. warrant re- a
mining, as in g Fordn'001Conversion, top TL.
$19,000, (334)793-9193 quality by Mark III, like Pla
CHEV '04 Avalanche Z71 edmust see $9950 OBO SI
loaded $18,000 call 334- 334-687-3171 JI
695-27394 .--- -- D
Chevrolet'99 S10 Blazer, ISUZU '00 RC DEO Di.__
Good A/C New trans., BRONZE, Auto. 6 .:, 2 -
w/warr., new tires, WD. 77,000, L-,. D,.
clean, runs great!!!!! new tires, Great :.'. DI
$3900. (334) 596-5032 $6500,334-774-540. CI
Chevrolet '02 Tahoe. LT Jeep '01 Cherokee, 44, Ford' '03 Windstar, Lt. B
White, Auto. 8-cyl. cold AC & CD player, Green Minivan. 49k Bi
2WD. 91,000, Loaded, runs great, new paint, miles Loaded, new D
Great cond. $12,000 $5500 OBO, Call (334) tires very clean, Great
O.B.O. (334) 726-0193. 701-3974 con.s $9,800,791-9484 LI

r. tra. le'n. $1 .0

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.aI E .. 1 ld .r..l :, ..;jr:. .', Auto. 8' C I PoA ier
$14 500 :134.3l 0 n J ,j *| r ,: ,:lII ,r,:,,],: ,*, ,:.,u| br P.owter l neerm.r .
SChtn "i 9 9 u Tr n ,)r .. l A C eBu il i en g in e .
C n-r lul 9 T ,.,c Z l. $ i .u 4n, ,; t run;, well. Fia,r ,: n,l
nl; ,.k, n.- i-., en .n .---.500-,"y )7 .. Call 334.
factory warranty 35 Jeep '0. ..,r,..,1 ,,,., -. t0
inch tires, with 20 inch looks 'o,-,i ru ,..; i,
rims, leather, loaded lent, ,i-. r' i,re: '. GMC '98 Van.
$6000 OBO. MUST SELL! OBO34 'l0-i'1: 7rai.. V6. AT. AC. Rear
334-430-3652. A.r. Vir .:lean. E.c
Jeep '05 Rub. .:,n. o:.r,r 11iB ri, '. $3 0.
$18,5C0O. V.. aur o AC. 3 4.r.7?.7748 ]03-.'0,
46K mll c-. B'%..
(334)699.-866fh8 u f'.'fi ) l i.. L..ade.'. Wtar-
ranty. DvD Eni Svierm.
S Jeep '91 WriaS'r .:,I Htie. Sec i
good sr,.i,,E r," n I,.,0. ,d. Doo0r:r aid Pear
Rhino bpd line .pra,.,' l ,'.Cr, GreG i1 ,Ln.i
9 1 1 inside, $650), Call1 -3341 PRICED TO SELL,
CHEVROLEO 726-0219 $14,995. 334-701-9099.
Z71, 4WD, 13,000 MI,!, 2 Jeep '06 Wrangler, 4.0L Pontiac '01 Montana,
DVD'S, NAV., BACK UP 6spd, AC, PS, soundbar, clean, good condition .
CAME-RA, LEATHER, 3 special wheels & tires, loaded, 7 passenger
SEATS; PD 51K, SELL lots of options. 5k miles rear air $4,500. 334-299-
'FOR $36,900 FIRM, Call $17,500 229-376-2670 3378 or 334-618-7101.
334-684-6291 -- Jeep '99 Wrangler' Sport, 4
Chevrolet '02 Trailblazer Liter Six, 4 WD new cloth ..
LT loaded 4WD, 90K top, 31x10.5R15LT, air, ,
miles blue,'great cond., AM/FM/CD. $5,500. Call i. .
$9,900, (334) 372-4822 '334-464-0380 S

-iI Pontiac '05 Montana SV6
_-1 '. Dark Blue, Van. Auto. 6-

ate cl;. PBIhtl. 31,000, Loaded,
793-067745,0Power brakes, Power
l9k-mi. 4 ao u steering, CD, A/C,.
'-.a e a ll .r w it e ,. l r' A M / F M s t er e o l o w
CTe 6--1W ire, re er t. 1 i very clean, Like
AT ri-.7 1 34D. I'jr PEI V 7'-_7 new. $12,000, 850-594-
PS, CD, A/C, AM/FM, Jeep '00 Wrangler, yel- 7758or850-209-0787.

sunroof, $6500, 334-5- low, 5-spd. -cyl. 4 W
793-0677. -450 miles,6 Power4
Chevy 200 Blazer 4x4 b' Land-Rov er99 Rang

l. *a Daded all pwr, white, rn e, w n .

9seat, heated seats, TV, C LFM4092
ALL rus new tires l i.
S resvery c Blaean. Fair condition 10,0.chang FOURTEENTH
'$5,900 O. 334-598- Clift, procomp 35'. JA34-

9068 or 477-3325 Lacy33.701-6020 S O
Land -Rover '99 R.,ng ]-k 5. IN THEI

b-lE 6. iCASENO: 05157.DP
b n 95T T. i T.O. MYOA-L03Sienna van

C 334sn 79076athf r Silver 86K Great condi-
tion Loaded, Very
le Nssclean, DVD w / remote
Asking $9,800 / neg

S3 a 334-677-3634
Chevy,, '03 Trailblazer L. oath has been filed in the
14,000 sun roof, thr 3rd Trminaion of Pa-
priea heated seats, asking TV, LF14092
ALL power, new tires,
fact. wrrnty. $12,500 IN CIRCUIT COURT,
080.678-350-8442. Nissan '07 Armada, JUVENILE DIVISION
Chevy Tahoe LT Black/ Tan, oil chang-o FOURTEENTH
Loa3rd seat. 5.4 V-8. Lthr. $ite12,500, es & warranty $26,500, JUDICIA CIRCUIT
w/ Tn. CNew tire. W2d Call Jeff 334-701-8303 JACKSON COUNTY,
owner. E" i n, nr ,' rLay -334-701-6020 STATE OF FLORIDA
$45.00 334-79293-590. -- IN THE INTEREST OF:

Ford '981 Exapedition, 4.6 4to.nt counse for ytu
blc, w1 tan latt, ner CASE NO: 05-157-DP
145K,,. Xirihe bru n S senTda 0i 1 espe3/n
gaard ').950 O.' 3. T.D. MALE DOB: 1/13/04

91 or 2 0 66te court prior to that
cl or 2r S0nt.y. . MINOR CHILDREN

St e Nissan '04 PathfinderTI EON
67K miles 2WD SEC. T39.801(E B)FS)
C ',y h C c Tar, e, $13,750, Excel. Cond.,
Fr,,, 1r, CD, Needs Nothing, Call IThe State of Flor da to
white3rd Row, on-star/ 334-393-1855 CHILDJERMAINE JOHNSON
XMd 2WD a40,500 /natural father, whose
row seat, 74K mi., Clean Nssan02 PathfndeSE residence and address
Call 334-899 Loaded w / options Ex GAL RIGe u TS known
I 0. Cond. $12,000 334-447-
Fo .0653 You are hereby notified
b4othat a Petition under
Chevy '03 Trailblazer L500 334- L oath has been filed in the
seats 8 exc. conditionLoaded. above styled Court for
14,000 actual m., orip the Termination of, Pa-
price- Li$36,000, askin00 rental Rights in the case
$16,600334-333-1685 of T.D. to the Depart-
Ford '03 Eddie Bauer E meant of Children and
ploer, V-8,eathersur- Families, a licensed child
roof, blue & tan. 89k mi, placing ageny, for sub
towing pkg. Reduced "--euentadoption.
$8,900,229-254-9774 Nissan '06 Pathfinder SE, You are hereby noticed
Ford '98 Expedition Eddie roof, Third Row, sun- that an Advisory Hearing
Bauer 128K mi. 3rd 26k, ExcTCond, $20,990 will be held before the
seat, $4,300.632-1100. 251-363-0424 Honorable William L.
2 Wright, Judge or Magis-
Nissan '06' Xterra S, rate David Johnson, of.
bla ,'k, V6. auac'. 331, h, C;r':uit Court, Four-
mile". $6. ,10 .300.( tletlth Ju-incial Circuit, at
8102 1 S.. j:,-e.'O n 4 I he ti ac, son County
y C',-,r r,,I.h-.-u 4445 La-
Seqa,1,a ('4'. 7t.,L''t.saevll Street, Marianna,
mini, leather,: uar,,:",,,I, Fl.:,r.J, anr, the 22nd day
dod, lhrd r"'t,","""21,' i.v Auoaui 2008, at the
OPO 34.826. I 3t r,:,ur ,:,19.0ft A.M. (CT)
Ford 9'9 Expedition, Toyota '03 Highlander.4 You have the right to

0 prer >LT 6 ORACO COUNY
Fully Ol'.oJ.,1 Rear M,.H "v-A "M FLORIDA
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Hail to the King

Richard Petty considers the changes on and off the track

By Mike Mulhem

Richard Petty has been
involved in racing for well over
50 years and has seen it all ...
and then some.
Over the past few days,
NASCAR marketers have been
helping him celebrate the 50th
anniversary of his first NASCAR
start, taking him to New York,
Chicago and elsewhere. In a year
that NASCAR's Brian France has
labeled "Back to Basics," it doesn't
get any more basic in stock-car
racing than Richard Petty
*E -!e' kend, n, matter
where the'. 'tbr stops, there's
Pettn, namingg the garage,
checb, gout the competition,
talkiijg, thinking, pondering. "1
do.e&vrything I've always done,"
he"'says "I' just don't get in the'.
c~r when they say 'Drivers,.start
your'engines.' : ,
"Us old-timers, and old-ri-ne
fans, remember their time in the
sun ... the way they remembered
it, the way they grew up with it.
"But as we progressed, as the
country changed, as society
changed, the fans
changed. So we've got
to create something
different than .
what our grand-'
daddy or our
daddies think.
"We have to
have a new
show, or a
new situation
.to draw new
fans. And with-
out the fans we
wouldn't be sitting.r ;,
here talking. So
we've got to say 3
'OK, what do
-the fans

what do they expect NASCAR
racing to be?' "
The late Benny Parsons once
said that everyone who cares
about NASCAR racing should
make it a point to shake Petty's
hand ... because without the King,
quite simply, the sport wouldn't
be anything like it is today. Not
because of what he did on the
track, although that was pretty
amazing. But rather because of
what he did off it. When the race
was over, Petty would sit on the
.pit wall and sign autographs until
the sun set and everybody else
had gone home.
Back in the early 1970s, when
Detroit carmakers bailed out and
left the France family hlianin in
the wind, Richard Petty and R.J.
Reynolds Tobacco and Junior
Johnson and the Wo ods w\\ere all
that stood bitwi.n lthe sport and
"R.IR, when the Winston brand
got involved in 1971, they cut the
schedule back; %e were running

47 or 48 races a year, and they
cut it back to 28 races," Petty
recalled. "We were lucky enough
in '72 to get STP as a sponsor, the
first nationwide sponsor in Cup
racing. Between RJR and STP, the
first thing you knew, people in
New Hampshire knew about us,
and people in Wisconsin, and
people in Texas ... because we
were like pre-advertised.
"Then it comes along with a
little TV, and then comes along
with a big TV deal, and that put
us out there in everybody's deal.
And then they started building
racetracks in other parts of the
country Chicago, Kansas City,
The contrast between Petty, now
71, and the sport's newest hotshot,
23-year-old Kyle Busch, is interest-
ing. Petty has been there, done
that, and he knows what happens
next: "I tell the story that in '71
and '72 we won the championship
and a bunch of races ... and then in
'73 we couldn't win anything. It was
just a bad year. And we had the
sa:le, s.une deal. .. rhen we came back
in '74-1 nd '75 and won champi-
onships again.
And Petty has
never been one
to dwell much
on the past. "I
never sat there
and said 'Look
what you've
done' ...
because it was a
deal that was
just moving all
the time."
Petty will say, "I
just think I was a lucky
sonhof-a-gun to be born at
the right place at the right
time under the right circum-
stances, with a little bit of talent,
and a lot o' talented people
around me, to pnt me in a posi-
tion to be' where I'm at today."
In truth, the sport was lucky
that Richard Petty came along
when he did. Like Miles Davis in
jazz, and Michael Jordan in bas-
ketball, Richard Petty not only
helped define the sport at partic-
ular points in time but helped
redefine it time and time again.
Now, though, Petty Enterprises
isn't in such great shape. It is,
slowly, slowly being rebuilt, and
fitfully in this era of mega-teams
with $25 million to $30 million

There is pressure on Kyle
Petty, Richard's son, who is now
48. The company hasn't won a
big NASCAR tour race since
1999, and Kyle Petty hasn't won
since 1995. Bobby Labonte,
Kyle's teammate, is looking for
his, first tour win since 2003.
Part of the problem, of course,
is of the Pettys' own making, not
keeping up with the times. But
another part of the problem is
NASCAR's willingness to let the
sport be dominated by the rich
and powerful.
During the Pettys' reign, talent
and,tricks were the keys. Now it's
money. But Petty thinks that fans
might want to see a little more
parity among teams, and not a
few mega-teams dominating.
"NASCAR [two years ago] cut it
right down, they thought, to four-
car teams," Petty says. "But peo-
ple are going to figure ways
around that. So they have satellite
operations that have two or three
or four cars, too. Some of these
teams are operating right today
with six or eight cars, even though
they are not all coming out of the
,same shop, even though they have
different names, different owners,
different deals ... they still use the
same technology.
"How NASCAR controls that, I
don't know. And I don't know if
they know. But it could be done.
Or it could come down to four or
five owners, and I don't think
that would be good."
The Pettys are trying to find the
right track to run on. They have
signed Labonte to a new contract,
despite losing their major sponsor
to rival Richard Childress.
And this is certainly a turning-
point season for the Pettys.
"We've got to look to the future
here," Petty said. He and Petty
Enterprises sat down with Kyle
and said "OK, we're going to
have to do something, show
some kind of progress here."
So they signed a deal with
Boston Ventures to become
stronger financially. "That was the
hardest move I've probably ever
made," Richard Petty concedes.
That should be a warning to
the sport's owners that racing is
changing in ways still difficult to

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

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Former NASCAR champion Richard Petty was 10 years old when he ran
his first race. "I've been there ever since NASCAR started ... just come
along at the right time to grow up with NASCAR."

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4. Carl Edwards 2509
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Allstate 400 at The Brickyard
* Where: Indianapolis Motor Speedway
(Speedway, Ind.)
* Wh"n: July 27, 1 p.m. EST
* On the'air: ESPN
* Distance: 160 laps, 400 miles
* Track qualifying record: Casey Mears,
186.293 mph, 2004
* Track race record: Bobby Labonte, 155.912
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* 2007 winner: Tony Stewart
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Track: 2.5-mile oval
Banking: 9 degrees, turns; 3,330 feet,
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Nationwide Series
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(Gateway International Raceway, Madison, III.)
When: July 19, 9 p.m. EST
On the air: ESPN2

hO'S HOt: Aric Almirola. The 24-year-old
newcomer recently accepted a deal from DEI
to drive the No. 8 car full-time in 2009.

Who'S Not: Casey Mears. He is 24th in the
standings and has been told by Hendrick
Motorsports that he won't be back next year.

For the Record
"Would I be reluctant? I would consider
'the reluctancy. But I would also say that
I am not exactly where I would want to
be right now. I have to listen to all
Ryan Newman, who will become
a free agent when he leaves Penske
Racing at the end of the season.

NASCAR Notes Stewarts dream of ownership presents some major challenges

Kevin Harvick's third-place fin-
ish Saturday night at
Chicagoland Speedway couldn't
have come at a more opportune
time as he has been floating
above and below the cutoff
spot to make the Chase during
the past several weeks.
He gained four spots in the
series standings to ninth, but he
still needs good finishes over the
next seven races to ensure his
participation in the Chase. Harvick
is 52 points above the 13th spot
- the top 12 qualify.
"We have made a lot of gains
this month, and I hope we have
put ourselves in position with
these new cars and new engines
to get some momentum," said
Harvick, who earned his first top-
five finish since the March 16
race at Bristol, Tenn.
Harvick was running third on the
final restart when Kyle Busch
moved to the outside to pass
Jimmie Johnson and was keeping
an eye on the front two in case an
opportunity presented itself.
"1 thought I might be in the right
spot there coming into the last
comer," he said.'"We just came up
a little short."

Tony Stewart could be making a serious
mistake here.
Sure, it sounds cool, being given a 50-percent
stake in a NASCAR team with the promise "We
won't let you fail" by General Motors and most
likely by Rick Hendrick, too.
But a guarantee that Stewart won't fail as a
team owner isn't quite
the same as a guarantee
of success. And the bot-
tom line his leaving
Joe Gibbs Racing on
the face of it is just
absurd Loyalty to
Chevrolet is certainly an
issue for Stewart. But
going anywhere else,
even to Hendrick's, is at
best a lateral move, not .
a step up.
The Gibbs guys have
held their own quite Mike Mtulhem
well over the years, LapbyLap
going back to D[ale
Jarrett's Daytona win in 1993 Gibbs Racing has
three championships, with Stewart winning two
(200(12 and 20051, and is well on its wayi to a
fourth title this year with Kyle Busch, or Denny
Hamlin or Stewart.
And Gibbs is bankrolled by one of the world's
most successful car makers. Toyota. So why in
the world would a driver give tp a job with the
best car owner in racing (check the extremely
low turnover, crews and drivers) to take an iffy
role as owner-driver?

Will Stewart win more races by making this
move? Not hardly. Will he win more champi-
onships? Not likely. Stewart's move his
dream of ownership is admirable.
But the world Stewart now faces, with the
very ragged economy, includes: owner Chip
Ganassi shutting dowq one of his teams and
releasing Indy-car champ Dario Franchitti;
Michael Waltrip still struggling and facing the
prospect of losing more sponsors and having to
cut one of his teams; Richard Petty, whose
operation is legendary, having to sell to outside
investors; and Ray Evernham, who followed a
dream just like Stewart's. having to sell out and
now all but sidelined.
It's unclear if Stewart actually understands
all this. Yes, it's one thing to hear it and see
it. But to endure the pain and the pressure
car owners are going.through is quite anoth-
er. Stewart and his businesspeople have cer-
tainly done the X's and O's with budgets and
equipment. But do they really understand
what they're biting off?.
The history book is filled with others who
came, who saw and who got crushed.
Stewart probably" won't get.crushed -
although the stories that Bill Elliott, Ricky,
Rudd, Darrell Waltrip, Evernhamn and other
racers-turned-owners can tell would curl your
toes. But success?
At 38, he has three to five really great years
ahead of him as a driver, if he doesn't get side-
tracked bN ownership But does he have the
temperament to be a car uwner" His reputation
as a driver would say no

Yes, Stewart has matured over the past several
ears. But this challenge will be the biggest yet.
So this is how it ends for Zipadelli his long-
time buddy and driver Stewart walking away?
After 32 NASCAR tour victories and.two Cup
Zipadelli and Stewart have worked together
339 races over the past 10 seasons. No other *
driver and crew chief can come close to that
amazing stat.
Yes, Stewart had a name and reputation when
he signed on with Gibbs, and when Gibbs hired
Zipadelli to run the shop, it was "Greg who?"
But without Zipadelli's calming influence, his
organizational skills and his talent at defusing
extremely difficult situations, Stewart might be
.just another extremely talented driver who is
too wild and untamed for his own good.
Zipadelli, just turned 41, got his big break in
NASCA.,\R when Gibbs plucked him out of
obscurity to become Stewart's boss. Since
then, they've more than shined, they've
starred. And'now? *
"All good things must come to an end some-
time ... this is our time," Zipadelli said. "I'd
like to think our friendship goes deeper than
our working relationship. ... But what I think of.
him, and what I owe him for helping me accom-
plish what I've accomplished in the last 10 )years
... it's obviously been a huge team effort. And
that doesn't change, even though he'll become a
competitor instead of a partner. .

Alike Mulhern has covered NASCAR for 35
years at the Winston-Salem Journal in North