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Jackson County Floridan
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Jackson County Floridan
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Volume 85 Number 198


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Murder trial may end today


Jurors may be deliberat-
ing the Harry James Davis
murder case by early after-
noon on Thursday.
Davis is accused of
killing Peggy Allen
Williams in her Marianna
home in August of 2007.
She died of blunt trauma to
her head and body. The
state will seek the death
penalty if Davis is convict-
ed of thecrime as charged.
Prosecutor Mark Sims Harry Jmes Davis
had,just one witness left to
call as the second day of blade was also shown to
trial ended Wednesday, and the jury. It was found in the
testimony was expected to folds of a comforter at the
resume at 9' a.m. Thursday. end of Williams bed.
A witness from the medical Among the photographs
examiner's office is expect- taken at the scene was the
ed to finish out the state's blood-soaked bed where
case against Davis. Williams' half-nude body
Defense attorney Walter was found.
.Smith will then get his Jurors also'saw pictures
chance to present testimo- of two blood-streaked
ny, and closing arguments doors in her home, and
from both lawyers will fol- bloody shoeprints 'on the.
low. floor. The panel also saw
Testimony from techni- photos of her stolen car. It
scal experts took up most of was found near the defen-
the day Wednesday as the dant's home in Pensacola
-capital murder trial contin- shortly after he was identi-
ued. fied as a suspect in the
Using photographs and case.
objects from the crime Other crime scene
scene, FDLE lab analyst experts also testified
Amy George walked jurors Wednesday, .including
through the blood-stained FDLE crime lab analyst
home of the victim. Jogie Roman. In a lengthy
Among the objects pre- presentation, Roman talked
sented to the jury were a about lab results on blood
blood-streaked and dented samples and other evidence
microwave oven found on which in some case identi-
the floor of the trailer, a fied Davis and Williams as
blood-stained and dented a possible contributors of
frying pan, and a blood- the samples, and in others
stained and dented contain- ruled them out or came
er similar to a paint can back with inconclusive
which still had some con-
tents. A knife with a bent 'See MURDER, Page 7A b

Above left: Prosecutor Mark Sims shows jurors a blood-spattered and dented frying pan that was taken into evidence at the
home of murder victim Peggy Allen Williams. Above right: Sims displays a dented container that was taken from the home
of Williams after she was found dead on Aug. 4, 2007.
Below: At left, FDLE lab analyst Amy George looks at a blood-smeared microwave from the home of Peggy Allen Williams
as prosecutor Mark Sims adjusts his safety gloves in court Wednesday. Deborah Buckhalter / Floridan

'Trying to stay positive'

Memories are'all that'sleft for a Cottoidale
woman after her home burned down Tuesday

SWith everything she's worked
for turned to charcoal by a fire
Tuesday night, a smile still
graced Rolinda Syfrett's face
"I don't know why or how,
but our pictures made it," said
Syfrett.. "The rest of it, well, we
can start over."
Syfrett lost her trailer, located
behind the Tom Thumb on
Hwy. 231 in Cottondale, to
what may have been an electri-
cal fire.
She said the incident hap-
pened as she lay'in bed.
"She heard this loud pop right
next to the bed and it turned out
to be an electrical switch caught
fire," said Ron Syfrett, her eld-
est son.
While one of her dogs was
still missing after the fire,
Syfrett and her. two youngest
children managed to escape
unharmed. No one else was in
the home at the time.'
The trailer, she said, was
engulfed in flames within ten

Rolinda Syfrett, left and 'son Ron Syfrett lookover the remains of
her belongings Wednesday. A fire destroyed her home Tuesday.
- Kate McCardell / Floridan

On Wednesday, Syfrett and
her family rummaged through
the charcoal, glass and ash to
see what they could salvage.
Almost everything is lost, she

said. from clothing to furniture
and e%'en the house-warming
gifts she'd bought for her oldest,
daughter, who just got a house
See POSITIVE, Page 7A >

West Kelson to reopen

To the relief of many Marianna residents, the
west portion of Kelson Avenue is expected to
reopen to through traffic by the end of next week.
According to Marianna City Manager Jim Dean,
the first layer of pavement will be placed on the sec-
tion of Kelson between College and Jefferson Street
next week.
"It's a two-year project and we're only at 18
months," said Dean. "We're close to being right on

' Dean said that, weather permitting, the hill on
Kelson will reopen sometime next week, most like-
ly on the same day that the paving is done. .
After the College Street portion of Kelson
reopens, the project will move across Jefferson to
the portion of the avenue that runs from Jefferson to
Noland Street.
"In that last section, there's not as many houses,
not as much ground utilities. So I'm sure that will
be a quicker," said Dean.
Once the section from Noland to Jefferson Streets

See KELSON, Page 7A >

Marian na man

arrested after

high speed chase
FLORIDAN STAFF REPORT, Canine teams from Apalachee

A Marianna man was arrested
Tuesday on multiple charges after
leading law 'enforcement on a
chase through the city, according
to the Marianna Police
Michael Nobles, who turned 30
the day before the incident, was
first observed by police driving in
a reckless manner Tuesday.
"When officers attempted to
stop the subject, he led them on a
chase around. the city of
Marianna,"according to a MPD
report. Nobles ended the motors
chase at-a house on Dial Street,
said MPDI, where he exited the
vehicle and ran.

Correctional Institution. and
Jackson Correctional Institution
assisted in tracking Nobles, who
was eventually located near the
residence 'and placed under
arrest, said MPD.
"A further investigation
revealed that the subject had bat-
tered his girlfriend while at a res-
idence on Deering Street," said
the report.
Nobles was charged with leav-
ing the scene of a crash with
property damage, aggravated,
fleeing law enforcement officer,
battery (domestic violence) and
reckless driving. He was booked
into the Jacksori County
Correctional Facility.

Tornado sweeps through.

Enterprise neighborhood
ENTERPRISE. Ala. Here. 19 months after 3-1-07. a single
thunderclap can raise blood pressures and lower moods.
So when the tornado warning announcement came over the
speakers at Holly Hill Elementary School, and when the sirens
began to wail throughout town. Sharon Washington thought the
"You think about it," said Washington, alluding to the
Enterprise tornado that killed nine last year. 'But you have stuff to
do "
Children were eating lunch at Holly Hill Wednesday when the
clouds darkened outside and the announcement came. They were
taken into an interior hall. Washington, a lunchroom worker, put
up as much equipment as she could, then joined them.
The storm missed Holly Hill, but didn't miss Washington's
home on North Erin Street.
See TORNADO, Page 7A*,

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Circulation Manager Dena

Contact Us
Telephone: (850) 526-3614
FAX: (850) 482-4478
-Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 520, Marianna, FL 32447
Street Address:
4403 Coistitution Lane
Marianna, FL 32446
Office Hours:
Weekdays, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
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the Floridah's customer service rep-
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p.m. weekdays, and 7 a.m. until 11
a.m. Sunday.The Jackson County
Floridan (USPS 271-840) is pub-
lished Tuesday through Friday and
Sunday mornings. Periodical
postge paid at Marianna, Fla.
Home delivery: $11.23 per
month; $32.83 for three months;
$62.05 for six months; and $123.45
for one year. All prices include appli-
cable state and local taxes. Mail sub-
scriptions must be paid in advance.
Mail subscriptions are: $46.12 for
three months; $92.24 for six
months; and $184.47 for one year.
The advertiser agrees tha tthh
publisher shall not be liable for
damages arising out of errors and
advertisements beyond the amount
paid for the space actually occupied
by that portion of the advertise-
ments in which the error occurred,
whether such error is due to the
negligence of the publisher's
employees or otherwise, and there
shall be not liability for non-inser-
tion of any advertisement beyond
the amount paid for such advertise-
ment. This newspaper will not
knowingly accept or publish illegal
material of any kind. Advertising
which expresses preference based
on legally protected personal char-
acteristics is not acceptable.
How to get your
news published
The Jackson County Floridan will
publish news of general interest free
of charge. Submit your news or
Community Calendar events via e-
mail, fax; mail, or hand delivery.
Fees may apply for wedding,
engagement, anniversary and birth
announcements. Forms are avail-
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Photographs must be of good qual-
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Floridan reserves the right to edit all

Getting It Rightl
The Jackson County Floridan
strives to make sure content is
accurate and factual. When the
Floridan learns it has made an
error, it is policy to correct the
mistake promptly. To report an
error, call the newsroom at 526-
3614 Monday-Friday.

October 9- Thursday'
WMBB's Jerry Brown will be at the
Jackson County Senior Citizens, 2931
Optimist Dr., Marianna, at 10 a.m.,.to dis-
cuss the Feb. 17, 2009 national switch to
'digital television. Coffee and snacks will be
The Jackson County Fair and Livestock
Show is Oct. 6-11. Myers International
Midways return with over 20 rides. For price
-information, call the fair office at 482-3744.
The Eureka 4-H Club hosts Alex's Lemonade
Stands to raise funds/awareness for child-
hood cancer research Oct. 9 near the Steer
Show, during the Jackson County Fair.
Life Management Center offers free train-
ing to individuals and couples about foster
care and adoption, at 6 p.m., at Big Bend
Community Based at 1352 South Blvd.,
Chipley. Call (866) 769-9481.
Covenant Hospice's monthly grief sup-,
port group in Marianna meets at Covenant
Hospice, 4440 Lafayette St. (old Danley
building across from courthouse), from 9 to
11 a.m., on the second Thursday of every
month. The group is free but registration is
required. Light refreshments will be served.
Call January McKeithan at 482-8520 or (888)
Alcoholics Anonymous meets each
Thursday for a "closed discussion," 8 to 9
p.m., at the First United Methodist Church,
2901 Caledonia St., Marianna. Use rear
church entrance. Attendance is limited to
persons with a desire to stop drinking.
The Town of Grand Ridge's regular
monthly council meeting is at 6 p.m., in the
Town Hall council room.
The 2008-2009 Jackson County Adult
Education School Advisory Council meets at
2 p.m., at the Jackson County Adult Annex,
4294 Liddon St., Marianna. Call 482-9617.

October 10- Friday.
The Jackson County Fair and Livestock
Show is Oct. 6-11. Myers International
Midways return with over 20 rides. For price
information, call the fair office at 482-3744.
The Marianna High School Class of 1978
.30th Class Reunion is Oct. 10-12. For details,
call Candy Deloris Maxwell at 997-3258 or
322-4850, or Glenda Brunson-Thomas at
271-1207 or 381-5137.
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 accepting blood
donations at Rahal Miller Chevrolet from 9
a.m. to 12 p.m.; and at Marianna Toyota from
1 to 4 p.m. Call 526-4403.
Chipola Show Choir Car Wash, 7:30 a.m.
to 3 p.m., in the Administration Building
Parking Lot. $10 minimum donation. For
information, e-mail
or call 526-2761, ext. 2301.
Marianna's Gathering Place Fund hosts a
dinner/dance at 5:30 p.m., at Jim's Buffet
and Grill in Marianna, with door prizes and a
variety of music. A half-hour free dance class
will be given. Profits will fund various com-
munity projects. Call 526-4561.
Marianna Middle School Band members
and local Lions present the annual Marianna
Lions Club Fry from 4 to 7 p.m., near Bulldog
Stadium, Marianna. Chicken fingers and fries
in a basket, including choice of sauce and
drink will be $5 a basket. Band members avid
Lions will be selling tickets; profit will 'be
shared for band expenses and Lions proj-
Big Bend/AHEC presents "Medication
Management" with Bergetti Nuccio at 10,
a.m. Bring your medications to the Jackson
County Senior Citizens, 2931 Optimist, Dr.,,
',. Better Breathers Club meets from 2 to 3
p.m., in the Hudnall Medical Building
Community Room of Jackson Hospital, 4230
* Hospital Drive, Marianna. Speaker is Brad
Nobles, CRT, of RoTech Oxygen & Medical
Equipment, presenting :"Checking on You."'
Light refreshments served. No cost to
attend. For more information, call (850)

October 11 Saturday
The Alford Community Organization's
Second Annual Auction, Cake Sale and Old
Fashion Country Dinner starts at, 4 p.m., at
Alford Community Center. Tickets are $10.
Menu: Baked ham, fried chicken, a variety of
home cooked vegetables, casseroles, salads,
deserts, rolls, tea and coffee. Take-out avail-
able. Bob Calvert starts the auction at 6 p.m.
. A Turkey Shoot to benefit the Breast
Cancer Society is from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., at
Specialty Arms in Grand Ridge. Call Jeff or
Cathy at 592-4009.

The Marianna Police SHERIFF'S OFFICE
Department listed the following The Jackson County Sheriff's
incidents for Oct. 7, the latest Office listed the. following
available report: One traffic c.- incidents for Oct.7, the lat-
accident, one suspicious 0 .z. est available report: Four
vehicle, one suspicious inci- abandoned vehicles, two
dent, one highway obstruc- 1 E alarms, four animal com-
tion, one mentally ill person, X : plaints, two assaults, one
three disturbances, one fire, two assist of another agency, five bur-
burglar alarms, one larceny corn- glaries, one civil dispute, one dead
plaint, three trespassing corn- person (natural causes), one dis-
plaints, one found/ abandoned abled vehicle, one drunk driver, one
property report, one juvenile com- drunk pedestrian, one found prop-
plaint, one animal complaint, one erty report, two road obstructions,
assist of another agency, one pub- four larceny complaints, one patrol
lic service call, and eight traffic request, five public service calls,
stops. one report of shooting in the area,

*AmVets Post No. 231 in Fountain hosts a
Turkey Shoot on Saturdays at 1 p.m. $2 a
shot; proceeds benefit post's building fund.
Call (850) 722-0291.
The Graceville Garden Club will sell lunch
plates one hamburger or two hot dogs,
plus chips, dessert and drink for $6 from
11 a.m. to 1 p.m., at the Graceville Civic
Center (old library entrance). Funds raised
will be used in the club's downtown peautifi-
cation project. Call 263-3951 or 263-2045.
The Annual Neel Family Reunion starts at
10 a.m., in Sneads at the Sneads Park at
Lake Seminole. All family and friends invited.
Contact Nan Brown at 557-2012.

October 12 Sunday
The Jackson County Christmas Fund
committee will take referrals for holiday
assistance Oct. 1-15, by phone at 209-8700.
Those who call will receive an application
that is due back by Oct. 25. To make a dona-
tion, mail checks to Jackson County
Christmas Fund, P.O. Box 99, Marianna,. FL,

October 13 Monday,
The Jackson County Health Department
Tobacco Prevention and Control Program
offers Quit Smoking Now Classes that will
meet weekly, on Sept. 8, 15, 22 and 29, and
Oct. 6 and 13, at 5:30 p.m., in the JCHD con-
ference room. Curriculum developed by ex-
smokers for those who wish to be ex-smok-
ers. No cbst to attend. To register, call 526-
2412, ext. 188 or 209-2024, or e-mail fodi-
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
Emerald Coast Hospice hosts a volunteer
meeting at- 5:30. p.m., at the Wynn Street
Marianna office. A light meal and beverage
will be provided. Chaplain Gino Mayo will
present "Grieving during the Holidays."
Volunteers 'needed in Jackson, Calhoun,
Holmes and Washington counties. Call 526-
3577 to find out how to become a volunteer.
Cottondale City Commission meets at 6
p.m., in the commission 'room. Call 352-
The Jacob City Council meets at 7 p.m.
Call 263-6636.

four suspicious incidents, one
threat, one traffic accident, one
traffic stop, two transports, 32 tres-
passing complaints, one unsecured
building, six warrant arrests, and
two reckless drivers.
The following persons were
booked into the county jail during
the latest available reporting peri-
Mitchell Nobles, 30, 2879
Magnolia Blossom Trail,
Marianna, leaving the scene of a
crash with property damage, aggra-
vated fleeing a law enforcement

officer, battery (domestic vio-
lence), reckless driving.
Leroy Laster, 38, 2933 Milton
Ave., Marianna, trespass after
Jamal Jenkins, 36, 5068 Fort
Road, Greenwood, failure to
George Conner, 36, 2808
Raeles Trail, Tallahassee, violation
of state probation.
To report a crime, call
CrimeStoppers at 526-5000.
To report a wildlife violation,
call 1-888-404-FWCC (3922).

Panama City' Low 5:00 PM High 6:00 AM
Apalachicola Low 8:15 PM High 6:15 AM
Port St. Joe Low 6:00 PM High -7:15 AM
Destin Low 7:00 PM High 6:.15 AM
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Blountstown 0.67 ft. 15.0 ft.
Marianna 5.41 ft. 19.0 ft.
Caryville 0.80 ft. 12.0 ft.

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Jackson County Floridan Thursday, October 9, 2008 3A

Cruz-White promoted to associate professor

Dr. Irma
was recently
promoted to
the position
of Associate
Professor of
Mathematics Cruz-White
in the
College Mathematics and
Natural Science division
where she has taught for.
the past five years.
Dr. Cruz-Whit? incorpo-
rates technology in the
classroom to help students
to visualize concepts that
are difficult to explain in a
traditional classroom. She
uses computer software

such as MAPLE and
Geometer's Sketchpad that
facilitate graphical con-
cepts in two and thrqe
Dr. Cruz-White directs
Chipola Honors students
on special projects. She
says, "When I meet with.
honors students I ask them
to think about something
they really like and I guar-
antee that they can find
mathematics behind it.
From this meeting we'work'
on a project involving their
interest." Some of the
Honors projects she has
directed include: A Leyee:
A Mathematical
Protection, Space Shuttle
Landing, The- Degrees of
Racing, Spiral and Scroll

Waves in Excitable Media:
Applications, White -
Tailed Deer: History and
Population Research.
Dr. Cruz-White recently
developed two new cours-
es:,MAT 4905-Supervised
Research in Mathematics
and MAS 4301-
Introduction to Abstract"
She was selected to par-
ticipate in a workshop on
RNA in Biology,
Bioengineering and
Nanotechnology at the
2007 Institute for
Mathematics and Its
App l ications
Minneaopolis, and the
Reconnect Program from
the Center for Dynamic

Data Analysis (DyDAn) at
Rutgers University in 2007.
In 2005, she attended
NCTM training to become
NCATE Program
She presented Topology
of Spiral Waves in
Excitable Media at the
Sumners Fest in
Tallahassee in 2007. "She
was co-organizer of the
session: Calculus Tricks of
the Trade at the Project
NexT Workshops
Albuquerque in 2005, and a
poster session on the same
project at the Joint
Mathematics Meetings in
Atlanta in 2005.
She was selected as a
Project NExT Fellow in
2004, a MAA

(Mathematical Association
of America) program for
New Experiences in
Teaching. She is a mem-,
ber of the National Council
of Teacher of Mathematics
(NCTM) and trained
NCATE Program
Reviewer NCATE -
National Council for
Accreditation in Teacher
Since 2006, she has
reviewed more than a
,dozen Mathematics
Education Programs from
all over the United States
for National Accreditation.
She served as a judge for
the Undergraduate Student
Poster Session at Joint
Mathematics Meetings in
2005. She served on the

Teacher Advisory, Panel for
the Mathematics Teacher
Journal during 2004-05.
She has served as a
Courtesy Assistant
Professor in the
Department of
Mathematics at Florida
State University offering
graduate credit courses in
Number Theory and
Modem Geometry for in-
service teachers in Jackson
County Area through
Chipola College.
In addition to traditional
math courses at the fresh-
men ,and sophomore level,
Chipola also offers bache-
lor's degrees in Secondary
Mathematics Education
'and Middle Grades Math

Pack 170 Scouts work on
citizenship, engineering
Pack 170 Wolf Scouts continued working on their
citizenship belt loops by providing a service to the
school in Malone. Under the leadership of Wilson and
Nancy Sanchez, Scouts Jahn Sanchez. and Kyle
Morgan worked together to pick up trash and leave a
clean trail through the campus.
Webelo Scouts were also busy, working on their
study of engineering. Webelos leader Bill Everitt
instructed Ash Lanier, Will Sanchez, Liam McDonald,
and Wyatt Hatcher on design and construction of cata-
pults, using marshmallows to project through the air.
To learn more about Scouting, call 209-2818, or e-

Wolf Scouts Jahn Sanchez and Kyle Morgan are
assisted by Ray Morgan as they collect trash around
the-school campus in Malone. Contributed photo

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Kyle Morgan and Jahn Sanchez toss one of the full
bags from the clean-up job. Contributed photo

Webelo Scouts Ash Lanier, Will Sanchez, Liam
McDonald, and Wyatt Hatcher display their com-
pleted catapults with their Webelo Scout leader Bill
Everitt. Contributed photo

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Central School reunion is Oct. 18

Old Central School alum-
ni will have a school
reunion on Saturday, Oct.
18, at 10:30 a.m., on the Old
Central School grounds.
Lunch will be between

11:30 a.m. and noon. ,
Fish, hushpuppies and
drinks will be provided.
Please bring only a lawn
chair, fellowship and a small
side. dish or dessert.

Learn to manage medication
Big Bend/AHEC presents "Medication Management"
with Bergetti Nuccio on Oct. 10, at 10 a.m.
Bring your medications to the Jackson County Senior
Citizens, 2931 Optimist Dr., Marianna.

Library partially open
The Jackson County Public Library is now open for
computer use only. Book check-outs and Story Time will
resume when the Library fully re-opens.

Marianna Duplicate Bridge Club results
The Marianna Duplicate Lewis of Marianna tied with
Bridge Club plays bridge on Lois Stanwaity of Daleville,
Monday afternoons, in the Ala., and Armin Kunkler of
St. Luke's Episcopal Church Bonifay.
Parish Hall. For the week of Third place Jan
Oct. 6, the winners were as Snyder and Betty Lunsford,
follows: both of Graceville.
First and second place tie Fourth place Betty
- Eula M. Mitchell of Brendemuehl and Libby
Graceville, and John S. Hutto, both of Marianna.

GFBB Field Day on roses, camellias and.
begonias set for Oct. 18 in Quincy
A Field Day on "New Plants from Old Garden Favorites",
will teach attendees about new and rediscovered forms of
roses, camellias and begonias. The event is Saturday, Oct. 18,
from 1 to 4 p.m., at the University of Florida/IFAS North
Florida Research and Education Center (NFREC) in Quincy.
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Stewart Tomlinson, past president of the Tallahassee
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Mrs. Hall's seventh and eighth grade class from
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had an opportunity to learn from viewing actual
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The Jackson County Adult Education
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students were recognized for good
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cerned spots of blood found on
and in a pair of white shoes that
investigators collected from a resi-
dence in Crestview where a friend,
of Davis lived. Davis was wearing
the shoes when he arrived at the.
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experts, jurors heard from
Williams' son, who talked about'
his mother's habit of leaving her
doors unlocked and the keys in the
ignition of her car. He had been liv-
ing with her about two weeks when
she was killed.
The panel also heard a taped
phone conversation Davis had with
a friend he called from jail after his
Without specifying what he
meant by the question, friend

Chris Snowden said to Davis, "You
did it?"
Davis replied "Yeah man.",
Snowden later said "All right,
why, what made you do (the next
.word was inaudible)."
Davis replied, "Flipped out little
brother man."
At no point in the conversation-'
did either speak of what particular.
action they were talking about.
In questioning. Snowden -on
cross-examination, Smith empha-

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sized that fact.
In cross-examining the expert
witnesses, Smith took opportuni-
ties to draw attention to the fact
that no fingerprints or other identi-
fiers pointing to Davis as the killer
were found in the Williams home.
One expert testifying for the
state did link one piece of paper-
work found in Williams car to
Davis. The receipt, in the victim's
name, had a fingerprint that match
Davis's on several points.

Tornado Continued From Page 1A

Her- cell phone rang at the
school. A relative told her it had hit
City Hall. '
"I said 'Oh no, I live right behind
there'," she remembers saying.
She checked on two 'of her chil-
dren, who attend different schools
in Enterprise. They were fine.
On North Erin Street, the sound
of a real train on the nearby tracks'
drowned out the warning siren,
momentarily. Neighbors said they
could see a funnel approaching
quickly from the southeast, and
took cover.
Washington drove home. Police
had the block sealed off. She
jumped out of her truck and ran to
her home. The beautiful pecan tree
that stood in her front yard and
provided shade now Jlay in the
street. Strands of tin wrapped
around her carport as well as
another tree nearby. Lightposts
were gone. It wasn't raining, so
Washington wasn't sure if her roof
Her phone rang.
"I'm fine. We're fine," she said.
"I'll call you back."
Again. And again.
Coworkers. Relatives. Insurance
"It's a mess," said Washington,
who's lived on North Erin Street
for 10 years. "But it could be a lot
worse. I have a roof over my head."
All over Erin and nearby Pierce
streets, trees were down. Power
lines dangled from poles. Limbs,
shingles and a couple of bicycles
littered the street. Utility workers
would be there soon.
Lance Griffin is a reporter for
the Dothan Eagle.

Enterprise Civic Center
struck by tornado


Enterprise Civic Center served as
'the emergency center during the
March 1, 2007, tornado, but
Wednesday the Civic Center was
the center of its own emergency as
it was struck by a tornado.
Coffee County Emergency
management Agency Director

Emergency vehicles are seen outside the Enterprise Civic Center after a tornado touched down
Wednesday afternoon. Photo by Max Oden

John Tallas said an eyewitness
confirmed a touchdown by a fun-
nel cloud in the Civic Center park-
ing lot.
A tornado warning had been
issued for the Enterprise area
shortly before the storm struck.
"We had structural damage and
vehicles damaged similar to that at
the high school on March 1," Tallas
"Fortunately we had no reports
of serious injuries, no entrapments,
but we did have some reports of
trees, down and power lines down,"
Tallas said.
"Anytime we can come through
something like this with this little
damage, we are thankful."
Enterprise Lions Club members
and a local senior citizens group
were at the Civic Center when the
storm struck. Leta Muraski, direc-
tor of the seniors group, said there
was no time for the group to move
to a more sheltered area before the.
tornado smashed into the building.
"We just tried to keep them
insi2a ...; L.zp them from getting

hurt or hurting themselves," she
said. "My heart is still fluttering
from it. It's just a bad day."
Civic Center employee Mickey
McCrummen said he was in the
area of the Red Cross office in the
Civic Center and had just heard a
storm warning when the tornado
hit the building.
I "It got real dark like last time
and I thought 'Don't tell me we are
about to be hit again.' Then it hit
and glass started breaking and
doors slamming. I was just looking
for somewhere to get and then it
was over."
After surveying damage to the
Civic Center and in the surround-
ing area, McCrummen said he was
surprised at the extent of the dam-
"I have never seen so much dam-
age from such a small storm." he
Red Cross Board Chairman
Frederick Grase said the agency's
offices in the Civic Center were
destroyed in the storm.
He a '.d" .a: z:gncy will be

moving its equipment to a donated
space on Park Avenue to resume
"We will be up and running
again as soon as we can get all of
our equipment in place." Grase
"We are just blessed that there
apparently were no injuries this
Enterprise Fire Chief Byron
Herring confirmed that there had
been no injury reports from the
storm. He said fire department per-
sonnel responded to the Civic
Center immediately after the storm
'After confirming no injuries had
occurred at the Civic Center, the
fire chief said his department's per-
sonnel began going street to street
and house to house in the storm-
damaged area to see if anyone had
been injured during the severe
"We were lucky this time,"
Herring said.
Danny Lewis is the managing
editor of The Enterprise Ledger.

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Register, Chipley, and
Vicky Rodgers, Marianna;
eight grandchildren; and 11
Graveside services will
be at 2 p.m.; on Thursday,
Oct. 9, at the Pinecrest
Cemetery, Marianna, with
the Rev. Gary Wiggins offi-
ciating. Interment will fol-
low in the Pinecrest
Cemetery with Brown
Funeral Home directing.

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of her own. But, some of
her most valuable treasures
remain intact family pho-
"Some have a little bit of

damage, but they can be

I'm looking at it as a fresh
start. No one was'hurt and
that's what's important,"
said Syfrett.ers
Her older children said
she remains tacthe family's
rockdamageven comforting them
after the fire, when she was
the one who needed com-
fort most.
Syfrett, according'to.her
children, had worked three
-jobs to earn the money to
buy herself the trailer.
"It'srockgoeveng to be oka.rting them
I'm going to stay positive,"
said the petite mother of
Syfrett, was hesitant to
say she needed any help,
but her son Ron pushed her
to do so.
"She's always doing for
others and never asks for
anything in return. They positive's a
shed over there full of stuff,
that wasn't touched by the
fire. But nothing inside of
that shed is hers," said Ron
Syfrett was hesitant to

younger siblings have a
ay she needed anthey gelp,
but her son theiRon pushed but there

could use whatever help the
communitythers and neveras to offer, he
saidnything in return. There's a
Those who witoucsh to help
Rolinda Syfrett ett.and her
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Con staynud From Paget1A
is done, the final phase of
the project hcan to offake place.
The final phase consists
of adding a top layer of
pavement to there entire
stretch of Kelson. This
includes making sewer caps
levels donewith the asphalt and
ridding the roadway of
"I think the contract (with
Baxter's Asphalt) ends
some time 'in February or
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He'said the entire project
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Mattie L. Gilbert

Mattie L. Gilbert, 85, of
Chipley passed from this
life on Tuesday, Oct. 7,
2008, at Chipley. Mrs.
Gilbert was born on March
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She was preceded in
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Survivors include her
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Chipley; three daughters,
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The Jackson County Planning Commission will consider recommen-
dation for adoption of a major Comprehensive Plan amendment to the
Jackson County Future Land Use Map of the Jackson County
Comprehensive Plan to the Jackson County Board of County.

(LSA 08-01) Five (5) parcels of land equaling 285 (+/-) acres locat-
ed along SR 273 about 1.5 miles southwest of the Town of
Campbellton in unincorporated Jackson County. Request change
from Agriculture 2 to Industrial. (See Map)

A public hearing on the future land use map amendment ordinance
will be held on the 20th of October, 2008 at 7:00 p.m. in the Board of
County Commission Meeting Room of the Jackson County
Administration Building located at 2864 Madison Street, Marianna,
Florida. Persons wishing to comment may do so in person at the pub-
lic hearing or in writing to the Jackson County Community
Development Department, 4487 Lafayette Street, Marianna, FL

In accordance with the-Americans with Disabilities Act, persons need-
ing a special accommodation to participate in this meeting should
contact the Planning Secretary at Jackson County Community
Development no later than 5 days prior to the meeting. The Planning
Secretary may be contacted at ,4487 Lafayette Street, Marianna, FL,
32448, (850) 482-9637, or (800) 955-8771 (TDD).




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Battle of


Bulldogs and Crusaders put perfect
marks on the line in titanic district clash

Last -season, the Marianna
Bulldogs started the season 4-0
before a 22-21 loss to Pensacola
Catholic precipitated a three-
game losing streak and a second-
place finish in District 1-2A.
A year later, Marianna is again
4-0 with the Crusaders coming to
town and the Bulldogs facing a
crossroads in their season.
,, Win and a district champi-
onship is just one win away; lose
and another road trip to Madison,
where the Bulldogs lost 41-6 in
last season's playoffs, could be
!n the horizon.
t No one needs to tell the
Bulldogs and coach Rob
Armstrong just how important
Friday night's matchup with the
,Crusaders at Bulldogs Stadium
really is.
"It's a huge game and thank
goodness we're ,playing at
home," Armstrong said
Wednesday. "I hope we have a
good crowd and that will help us.
Everyone is excited about it.

"We've got the team that won
district last year coming in, so
we're looking forward to getting
out there Friday night and play-
ing the game."
The Crusaders also bring in a
perfect record at 5-0 with wins
over 4A squads Tate and Navarre
and 3A Gulf Breeze.
"They've definitely played
some good competition,"
Armstrong said of the Crusaders,
"so that makes therm tough
because they've been in some
tough situations."
Pensacola Catholic has been
pretty tough on the Bulldogs in
recent years, posting a 34-8 win.
in its last trip to Marianna in
2006, and winning by scores of
31-14 and 56-0 in the two
matchups prior.
Armstrong 'was there for only
one of those losses, though last
year's defeat is one the Bulldogs
have yet to completely get over.
"It has been several years
(since MHS beat Catholic)," the
Bulldogs coach said. "Of course,
this is a new year,,but we do have
a lot of kids back from that team

Marianna quarterback Dustin Larkin gets ready to toss a pitch to a running back in a game against
Holmes County Oct. 3 in Marianna. -Floridan File Photo

last year. We've talked about how
hard we played in that game and
the effort we put forth. To come
up short...that hurt.
"This is a new year and we
have to worry about what's going
on now. But we still remember

how we felt in that locker room
after the game. The players have
been looking for this game since
that night at about 10 p.m. I know
I have."
Armstrong said this edition of.
the Crusaders is much less pass-

happy than some of their recent
teams,, using more of a dual-
threat quarterback complimented-
by some dynamic running backs.
"They're running 'it a lot more
See BATTLE, Page 2B >

Lady Pirates, Lady

Bulldogs pick up wins,
High School volleyball action continued in Jackson County
this week with two .county teams racking up wins.
Sneads improved to 12-7 on the year with a win over West
Gadsden on Tuesday in three games and a Monday victory
over Graceville in three games.
Marianna traveled to:Chipley to defeat the Lady Tigers in
three straight games.
Marianna won 25-15, 25-13, and 25-13 over Chipley.
The Lady Bulldogs were led in serves by Randa Hickman,
who committed no errors while racking up 23 serves and five
aces, followed by Krista Griffin with 17 serves and no errors. '
Griffin led in assists with 61 on the night. Hickman record-
ed 16 attacks and 11 kills defensively.
Taylor Smith recorded 13 serves and ofie ace while Jordan
Sonaglia had 12 serves, four aces, 24 attacks and nine kills.
Janna Hinson was on the board with nine serves and no
errors while posting 10 attacks and three kills.
Ciara Ham had nine attacks and three kills.
The Lady Bulldogs are scheduled to travel to Blountstown
on Thursday.
The Lady Pirates were led by Tiffany Guerra offensively
with 47 assists against West Gadsden.
Meagan Smith had 20 kills while Senior Mattie Collins
picked up 11.
Allison McDaniel was on the board with nine kills.
Sophomore Kara Alford continued to improve at her new
position in the middle.
Alford recorded five kills. Aleisha Edenfield from the right
side had two kills with Samantha Culpepper adding one kill.
Following the game, Sneads coach Sheila Roberts praised
her team.
"While our hitting was good, it would not have been possi-

Marianna's Krista Griffin [5] sets a ball up during a game
earlier this season. --Floridan File Photo
ble without the passing in the backcourt," she said. "Bridgett
Dawson and Ashley Smith did a great job passing for the Lady
Pirates. Alford is doing better and better in her new position
each time she comes out."
Guerra led the team in ace serves with eight, followed by
Smith with six.

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Hornets close

season with win
The Cottondale Hornets finished their
middle school season Tuesday night by
beating Port'St. Joe 28-0.
The Hornets finished 3-2 on the season
with the win. Cottondale led 22-0 at half-
time and cruised in the second half.
"I thought this was the best game we
played all year," Hornets coach.Chris Obert
said after the game. "I thought against
Marianna and Chipley, we played real. well,
but I thought this was the best we played all-
The Hornets jumped out to an early 16-0
lead after a 15-yard touchdown run by
Sheldon Vann, who also converted the 2-
point play, started things off, followed by a"
touchdown pass from CJ Smith to Prentice
Webb and another Vann 2-point conversion.
Webb also threw a touchdown on a half-
back pass to Jacquez Walker to make it 22-
0. Smith passed for his' second touchdown
of the night in the fourth quarter when he hit
Walker for a 50-yard score.
Obert said it was a total team effort.
"Defensively, we played phenomenal,"
the coach said. "Special teams was great.
We recovered two kickoffs on squib kicks.
Offensively, we played real well. CJ threw
the ball real well. Jacquez and Prentice
caught it' real well. We were real balanced
and kept them on. their heels. We were just
sort of moving it at will."
Obert said he enjoyed the season and
thought his team came a long way from the
first game.
"I thought we grew up a lot and learned a
lot," he said. "The only thing you can ask
for is to improve and get better each week
and that's what we did.
"We had a good group of kids, good play-
ers and I thought they did a heck of a job.
We played a pretty tough schedule, so to
come out 3-2, that shows we had a success-
ful season."

Tigers fall to Vernon

in season finale
The Graceville Tigers ended their season
on a sour note Tuesday in Vernon, losing
40-14 to the Yellowjackets in middle school
football action.
The Tigers finished the season at 3-2 after
the loss, but Graceville coach Travis Miller
said he was pleased with how the season,
his second as coach of the Tigers, went.
"We had a really good season," the coach
said. "We didn't play well (Tuesday night),
but I think in all of the other four games we
played, we did the things we needed to do to
-win. I think, all in all, it was a good year."
Unfortunately for the Tigers, they ran into
a buzzsaw in Vernon, which pounced on
Graceville's mistakes to notch the easy win.
"(Vernon) is a good team, probably the
best team we've played all year," Miller
said. "We just couldn't stop them on
defense and we gave up a lot of big plays.
And we turned the ball over, which is some-
thing we hadn't done this year."
See TIGERS, Page 2B >



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ptConfident Rays prepare for ALCS


NW Florida State
There will be a pitcher
and catcher high school
showcase at Northwest
Florida State College,
formerly Okaloosa-
Walton, Oct. 11 from 9
a.m. to 1 p.m., with regis-
tration at 8 a.m.
The showcase is for
high school juniors and
seniors and will be held
at the NW Florida State
Baseball Complex.
For more information,
call Doug Martin at 850-
729-5268, or visit

Chipola Cheer Fest
Deadline for fees and
forms for the Chipola
College Cheer Fest and
Critique Day is Oct. 17.
The event for area all-
star and recreation cheer
squads is Oct. 26 at 2
p.m. in the Milton H.
Johnson Health Center.
The public is invited.
Admission is $5 for ages
5 and up.
Contact DeFelix at
850-718-2322 or e-mail:

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

Sports Briefs
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m, or fax them to 482-
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address for the paper is
Jackson County Floridan
P.O. Box 520 Marianna,
Fla. 32447.

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

Northwest Florida
State baseball coach L.C.
Smith will conduct a
pitcher/catcher showcase
Oct. 11 at 9 a.m. The
cost is $75 per player. For
more information,. call

Turkey Shoot Cancer
On Oct. 11, there will
be a turkey shoot to ben-
efit the Breast Cancer
Society from 10 a.m. to 3
p.m. at Specialty Arms in
Grand Ridge: Call Jeff or
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this year," the coach said.
"They still throw the foot-
ball and (the quarterback)
does a good job throwing it,
but they like to get the
quarterback involved in the
running game and still give
it to their backs.
"They're a lot more bal-
anced this year."
As are the Bulldogs, who
have a more diversified
rushing attack this season
with a trio of talented run-
ning backs to compliment
featured back Bradley
Tre Long, RJ Bowers and
Quan Boykin have all had
big performances this sea-
son and give opposing
defenses pause before
focusing solely on stopping
"We do have some extra
guys who can help us
spread the ball around and
take some of the heat off of
Bradley," Armstrong said.
"(Catholic) held Bradley
down a little bit offensively
last year, so we've got to
use some of our other guys
to free him up a little bit.
"Those three guys, Tre,
RJ and Quan, all three guys

not only can run it, but they
also do a good job of block-
ing, carrying out fakes and
catching the ball when they
need to."
Armstrong said he has
been happy with how his
team as a whole has per-
formed thus far.
"I do feel good about
where we're at," the coach
said. "I think we've got
some confidence with win-
ning our first four. But I
think the team knows that
the first district game is
Friday. night, which is the
one we've been working
for, so we've got to get
even sharper and play hard-
Focus and intensity
shouldn't be an issue for
either team with so much
on the line.
"It's one of those games
where you get everybody's
best effort on both sides,"
Armstrong said. "It will be
an intense game. Most
games like that aren't won
or lost, it's who makes the
most mistakes. We have to
make them make mistakes,
take care of the ball and
limit their big plays." '


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Graceville turned the ball over four times in the game,
all on fumbles, after committing only one turnover in the
team's previous four games.
Miller said his team's ability to take care of the foot-
ball was a key all season, with Tuesday's error-filled
effort putting the Tigers in a near-impossible predica-
"We just fumbled the ball away," the coach said. "We
just were not hanging on to it.
"We've played a couple teams this year that were
maybe better than us talent-wise, but we held on to the
football and executed well enough to beat them.
(Tuesday night), we did things we hadn't been doing and
you can't come back from that. You can't put the ball on
the ground against a-team that good and we did it."
The first two sequences of the game gave the Tigers a

good indication of just how the night was going to go.
The Tigers recovered the opening kickoff after the
ball fell in between Vernon players, giving Graceville.
the ball deep in'Yellowjackets territory. ,
However, the Tigers were quickly stopped on downs
by the Vernon defense, which turned it over to the
Vernon offense for an opening scoring drive to make it
Graceville then fumbled the ensuing kickoff, which
Vernon recovered, then converted into another score and
2-point conversion to make it 16-0 in the blink of an eye.
Tigers quarterback Clay Jenkins threw an 11-yard
touchdown pass. to Kevin Edwards to make it 16-6, but
Vernon tacked on another touchdown and 2-point con-
version late in the second quarter to take a 24-6 lead into

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are charged to your 6ft chain link dog ken- Graceville, FL gal. nurse tank mount- 1 E, appl. & lease CH/A, water,lawn- equipped. $12,500 080
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86' BAYLINER 29ft. Vol-
vo 260 eng., fully loaded
w/trailer, low hours
$12,500 OBO 687-8169,
34 ft. House Boat,
Sleeps 6, good cond.,
asking $12,000 OBO,
Call 334-792-1079 or
2004 90 hp Mercury
Out board $3750. firm
also 9.9 HP Evinrude
$650. 334-774-3165 or
2001 17' Glastron
SX170, 90 HP Johnson,
Aluminum trailer, great
shape, $7500, Call 334-
677-4912 ,

Mako '97 Model 191-19',
150 HP Mercury live
well, Bilge pump, $9,000 998 16 ft. Express Bass
OBO. Wil trade. Call Boat, 50 hp Yamaha,
334-718-1550 depth finder, garage
kept. Great cond. $7000
Mako 77 center con- OBO, 334-805-0818
sole, 20ft, 200HP evin-
rude, excellent shape, 16 ft., 1974 Glastron w/
$6000obo, 334-585-6689 1998 70 HP Tohatsu,
runs great, $3000, Call
Laten '03 Camper Trail- 334-714-48823
er w/ ilde. 300ft. Fully
self contained. $69 '01 Boston Whaler
OBO, 334-687-4503 Dauntas, 22ft, 200 HP
mercury motor, full
Javin 16 foot boat, 90 electronics, $22,000
HP Johnson. $3500 334- 850-890-0097 -
Javelin '94' Bass boat 1CAMPER ~
377A 150 fast strike, TRAVEL TRA7LERS
trailer. $4750 334-596-
1694 Sprinter 1999 5th wheel
27ft, with slide out
Javelin '00 Renegade room, fully loaded with
20ft, 225 Johnson, 821b new hitch. $9500 334-.
thrust trolling motor, 805-3058
tandem trailer, $9800,
334-596-1694 Sandpiper '06, 5th
wheel, 3 slides, Retail
Jason 1986 bass boat $29K. Wholesale $25K. C
110 Johnson motor, selling for $21K. 850- ,
garage kept, good con- 866-2468 or 850-896.-
ition $4500 OBO 334- 3774
794 5511/334-798-5936 Prowler '985th Wheel.
31ft. living & dining
slide, full bath. Queen,
sbed. end kitchen/oak
cabinets, exc. cond.
$10,500. 334-791-1783
- Prowler 34 ft,2 slides,
bumper pool, sitting on
lot in Eufaula with boat
-r shed. Call for details.
Hunter 2004 306, like $15,000 FIRM. 334-798-
new loaded, wet slip 0095 or 334-685-7742
available, in Port St Ou k1R
Joe, FL great weekend Outback'0631RQS
getawayDetailed pics Loaded $16,90000B
& info uoon request. 334.618-4501.

2006 custom park mod-
el Log Cabin,used 3
months perfect for lake
lot, hunting cabin or
mother in law suite on
your lot, ready to move.
33,900. OBO (251)654-
2005 Gulf Stream Cavi-
lar Pkmdl, 31'L, sleeps
6, excellent condition.
Full stand up shower.
$6,000. 334-237-1039

2003 Keystone Cougar
5th wheel, Series 276
EFs. 28 ft. w / living
room slide. Great cond.,
$13000, 334-702-8267,
leave a message.

Harley Davidson '00
Heritage softtail twin
cam, blue & silver, rd
radio, lots of extras,
$12,000. 334-671-4281.


'04 Road King. 5680
miles, Excellent '
Cond. Better than
new, Lot of extras
$14,100 obo.Call 334-
issfcinet \

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

R-VISION '06 Trail-Lite
26ft fully loaded low
mileage like new! In-
clude's navigation sys-
tem. Priced at $62,500
OBO 334-616-6508 to

TURE travel trailer. 33
ft. Large slide-out.
Sleeps 9. Great condi-
tion. $16K. Must see.
Call Bob 334-445-6400. '
'03 Class AMonoco La-

/KU 0M U5-5-147. LV Nash 2004 5th wheel M- Palma. 2 slides. 1W
Ms9 24-53,1 slide, impres- bath. Loaded! Incl. car
sive condition and dolley & all furnishings
equipment, W-07 Silver- (dishes, towels, etc.)
ado available for total $75K. 334-790-3480.. .
travel package, let's PIE RE
discuss price. 334-701- PRICE REDUCED
S4315 Lexington'06 29ft,3 T i
slides, full body paint
Montana 2005 5th '11K miles, like new.
Glassstream '84 Hy- bed, excellent cond- 334-703-2500 i I s h V
draBass 15V, w/80 hp tion. $34,500 OBO 850-
marianer motor 91 547-2808 Monoco Knight '06,
model, 45 pt trolling --Save $25K or more. fr-
motor. Green, runs well, Montana 02' 5th wheel Diesel, 4 slides, 4300 mi,,
very clean, Great cond. camper, 32.5 ft. 2 slides, many upgrades
6222. new 4000 Onan section For
generator w/inside re- I -
Gambler' 98 19 foot mote, $25k OBO, 850- I
bass boat, 150 HP marl- 593-6946 i i l i' |
oer, gambler trailer, Mc'5weLIM-,'l
lke new. $8200. 334- Maco'06 5th wheel
792-2458 w/slideout, used lyr by
seen at2469 El Bethel
850-593-6058 EndeavorW/B 37' 1
Keystone Hornet 03,27 slide, 230 CumminsDie-
b ee l ucuhr new 009
ft, no smoke/pets, very sel Pusher, new engA
G3 EagJec170O'08a90 5t H o0ida (8 mbl er802, ar V i
clean, has a su er slui we, W/3000 mileasd esel
b elow wholesa 7 e n. w as e r/ r-y 87 r
G3 Eagle 170 '0890HP 561,758-7484(AlthaFL) $40,00 334-687-6164
Yamaha mtr appr lOhrs Jayco 2001 pop up H "Hliday Rmbler'02,
Loaded. Like new. Gal- camper, sleeps 7, gas iesel pusher, 2 slides, I
vanized trlr. 6 mo old; or electric fridge, heat- outside ent. center,
Looks new. $13,500 obo /cooling system, awn- loads of extras, no
334-793-7782, 796-5056. ing. $4800 334-794-7103 smor 3ke, st Spelts, 38K
mi., Mu stell! $88,580
r Jayco "08" Eagle 5th OBO, (850) 638-7920 or
S wheel, 291RLTS 3 850-596-8475 :- -' -
E L r.r u m slides, with covend rs,0 0ns .
G3 '03 1756 Cener sons 334-791-4192 Workhorse Cass is 6.OL
Console. Camo, 50hp Vortec. 5578K mi. no sl.
Yamaha.Trolling Mo Jayco'03camper,34ft. outs. non-smoker and
tor. Depth finder. 2 slide outs. Exc. cond. petfree. $55,000 o
Duck a nd, great Like new on rented lot *Serious Inquiries only* .s .w
condition. $4,999. with water front view Reduced!334-522-3652... .
334-685-4218. Lake Eufula $19,00 Fleetwood 2002 Dscov-
......... 34--7 a-ery 39ft, 2 slides, 330 A m _._
Fisher 20081754,40HP Gulfstream '03 26' Fifth HP diesel, very nice n1il/ O tC6
4 stroke mercury, ta- Wheel w/slide out, $85,000 334-618-8457 I U c
chometer, humming- Great cond. $12,000, ne -rn Ro Bry.a-G W
bird 565,live well, bilge 334-726-2186. Damon Intruder 00' e
pump, $11,200 334-798- Forest River Surveyor 35 ft. Class A design- BH
0010 ---- '06 30ft. Travel Trailer, er.V-10, 27,917K2 ,. ,
Chaparral'84198XL185 self-contained, sleeps Islides, 2 .AC, 2 TV's, I M orm St
Evinrude with trailer 8, excellent cond side by side frig w/
$3500. 334-693-9360 $16,995, 334792-5151or ice maker. New tires,
$35op. g3l-d .4 -4648-1828 ITowing pkg. $39,500. I ... -

Damon '99 Daybreak, met.. : 4
34ft, 15,471k miles, AC, 44 ,.,. t Kih :.n
1 slide, awning, queen
bed, self contained II BRYAN'S
ChaoaDrai210SSl'0S. generator, Likenew.- KITCHEN & BATH
Yellow. 260 hp. bmini $25,000.229-723-6612
top. galvanirzed uarler. 1-MOBILE DISPLAY-
custop. cover,g arage Concord Coachman '05 n Kitchen Cabinetry
stored, only 20 hours, Fleetwood Scorpion'06, Motor Home. 23' long by WELLBORN FOREST
many extras. Like new. popup mounted n a 2700m i Take ovenr wpay-5y Rn
$25,900, 334-475-3883. trailer. Kitchen, bath ments.850-593- Modular Homes
BtnWhalr7- ramps. $141L Call Blake- Airstream '93 34' diesel NewConstnuction
Boston Whaler 73, r- ly, 229-723-5958. 64K mi. Excellent cond. 6 Renovations
stored, 13 foot sport 7
with 200040 HP Mercu- Fleetwood Prowler '04 $25,000. 334-792-1079. Fomica and Solid
ry motor. $4,900 OBO. 5th wheel, 25 ft, bunk- 28 ft. Allegro well Surface Countertops
334-714-2419 house, 1 owner, no maintained new tires, Ron Bryan-Greenwood
S pets/smoker, like new, fully loaded, new paint,
g/alec H 20 heater, indoor kept $12,500,. 2
5a$15,200 850-557-1731 Call 334-792-8018 or
FLEETWOOD '05 Prowl- 334-792-8827
g er AXI, fifth wheel, 36ft,
4 slides, face, large ,

DT LINSE U3 io03D, in-
board, white / blue, Au-.
to. 6-cyl. 200 hours,
Loaded, MP3, AM/FM,
runs well, very clean,
Great cond. $13,900,
BassTracker '08 pan-
fish, stick steer, 50 HP
mercury, like new.
wsgrA sxsvhro*-f't wessw-0na

Aquasport 2000,23',
w/200 Johnson Ocean
Runner, Great condi-
tion. $13,000. Please
Aluminum 15ft, fishing
boat, 25HP motor, trail-
er, trolling motor, fish
locator. $3000 334-671-
Alumacraft'00 Flats, 18'
90 HP Johnsen, trolling
motor, depth finder,
live well, bimini top
marine radio. $6,000.
229-723-5969 or 229-

Coleman '82 Popup.
$1200. Call 334-40- ..
Coachman '99 Royale,
36ft with 2 large slide
outs, queen bed, sleeps
4,2 AC units, TV. On a
rental lt on Seminole,
can stay or move.
98 Coachman Santa-
ra, 35ft. 23,000 miles,
7KW generator, 2 en-
tries, ducted CH/A,
hydraulic levelers,
rear queens, sleeps
6, leather power cap-
tains chairs, base-
ment model, great
shape, all manuals,
service records,
$32,000. 850-762-

'95 Westport by Fleet-
'95 Hunter 23.5 sailer wood, 34'2 slides, rear
w/trailer, '03 5hp Hon- kitchen, hardwood
da, 2much2 list, $10k floors, good condition,
OBO, Call 334-806-2822. $14,000 687-2684,334-
'89 BASS BOAT 17ft fi- 703-0125
berglass w/88HP John- 2007 19ft. Pilgrim Lite
son motor, runs great! Travel Trailer, like new,
w/trailer $2,100 OBO asking $10,000, Call
334-695-2194 (334) 677-3827

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Work Horse Chassis.
19K, loaded, 3 slides, 99
tow car, $93,000, Call
(334) 618-0717
'03 V-STAR 1100, 12K
miles, lots of chrome, 2
helmets, $4,500 229-
2005 CRF 150 F Honda,
sood condition, very
ow mileage, $2,000
687-3275 or 850-625-

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Auto. great condi-
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Harley '06 1200 Sports-
ter, white, dyna fender,
Screaming Eagle pipes.
Exc. cond. 6100 mi.,
$8,490 obo, 334-726-
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Crimson Re2, shield. $8700, 334-445- .
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td. 2000 miles, excel- Classic. White, 5-spd., HONDA '05 VTX 1300, 26,200mi, $15,000. plus
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HONDA '04 Rancher ES, 334-774-6779. KAWASAKI -'03 Vulcan
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excellent condition. Honda '06 CRF230. and Hines custom ex- ed, $7,500. 334-702-7775
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moped, street legal. w/LT1 posi rear end good, all options, needs regular cab, long bed, Crew Cab, Short Bed.
$800 334-793-5248 Station wagon. Auto some work, $2500, Call 39K, $11,000. Please call Pick-up. Red, Auto, 8cyl.
Suzski '06 Boulevrd $,800. 334-696- 8019. (334) 792-4100 or 618- 334-726-0729 4WD. i9900 mi. Excellent nIngs4
800, 750 mi. like new Chrysler '01 Sebring, C iPower brakes, Power Chevy '05 Tahoe,
$5,800. 334-618-2542. convertible, 56K miles, Lexus '96 LS400. steering, CbD, A/C he ahe
e0 steering. C A/C White, leather, CD,
Triumph oer excellent condition. 15k, $4500. AM/FM, stereo, rebuilt 3rd Row on-star/
cut $7,200850-685-5542 334-598-4973.I Ford '03 F-15O Lariat, engine, runs well, low XM, 2WD, 40,500
n ice bike, lots In Mami (Troy) Lincoln'95 Town car Saturn'07 Aura XR, 4x4, Leather, Supernew, miles, newtires, moon miles, very clean,
chrome, runs good Chrysler '05 Pacifica Champagne color, Ma- 9,800 mi., like new, 4 doors, off roadpack- roof, leatherint. very $18,500, Call 334-899-
$3,500.334-984-2044 Touring Model, 43K m., roon Int. good tires, white, Ithr, sunroof, all age, Loaded $15,600. clean, warranty, 7099-
.--2 seats 6. white, 1 owner, cold air, $2,500. 334- options, MUST SEE TO Call 334-797-7178. $33000.T3347 -02 650. LEAGL4
exc. cond., new front 794-0385. BELIEVE! $21,150 obo, Nissan '07 Titan 5.6 LE Classifieds have what JEEP '90 YJ HT 5-spd
'.- tires, $13K 334-222-2166 n 0 ,n,0 334-522-3564 Chevrolet'98 Z71 P/U with king cab. 1 owner, you are looking for. 6 cyl 4WD 3" Lift/
SMazda 04'RX8,62,000 Fleetside Ext cab, miles. Runs great Bori Toyota'0 Corolla, 4 dr, Dr, 98K m, Very Cleanmi Leather. Loaded, 13,500 Lockers $14 000. LF429
FORD '05 Mustang Con- miles. Runs great Borla Toyota'08 Corolla, 4 dr Dr,98K mi., Very Clean, miles.3$24,000.334794- Ford '03 Excursion Ed- Invest Sale $7,999
vertible, leather, V-6, Cat-back exhaust Take auto,3100 mi., $14,500 asking $8500 OBO. 334- 8295. before10am or v4 die Bauer. 2WD. Exce- 334-673-0088. INViTATIOTO BID
loaded, 18K miles, over pmts. $19k owed. firm. Call 334-347-7302 790-2364,8334-793-1005 rWe mess3 m64 lent conditions. Fully o
$16,000 334-355-0881 850-557-6199 or 334-406-2945. Ford'5 F Pick- ss. 3346480780 loaded. Must selL andRover Ran Bids will be received by
VERUCCI '05 50CC 4 Ford '05 Mustang, V-6 Mercedes'98 Benz E320 Toyota'98 Sienna. Cab. Pick-up. Gun Metal up. stone, Auto. Nissan '06 Titan SE 73K $9,800.850-956-4748. Rover SE 4.6, fue hiolar C s e e
stroke, 120 MPG plus 45' premium edition, Fully 79K original mi. white, Green, Auto. 171k. Runs Grey, Auto. 8-cyl.4 W. cyl.2 WD. 15,500, dorgu, aa, loaded95K mi., ,900 Mariann, Florida, until
MPH, Soortster replica loaded,great gas saver. well maintained, have great!! $4,000 obo. 719- 52000, great condition. excellent cond- loaded 000 work Call (334) 7970768 T
$1,200 34-355-1339 be- Reduced to $13,500 334- all service records. 930-8524. Power brakes, Power $14,000. Loadedll 334- 598-3874, cel7269500 tober m16, rAdmis-
for 6PM 6925577 $10,500334-56-2077 olkswagen'04Jettatration ng A
Victory 19991500, 5K arquis, Station wagon GL, AT, AM/FM, stereo, $14,000. 793-4930 Toyota Conference Room 192,
victory 999m1a0d, bK less than 45K original AC, Exc. cond., 27-30 334-488-4621. 229E/g e 5sp.,eMan.,,$600A Chipola Colleoe. at
American made bike 229-662-280
$6000 Firm 334-618- miles, 1 owner, $3500, mpg, $9,500 080,334- r -- x229-662.t2805lpb eyMT.Dk. w ich tmee d an
A FORD'97Ex sunroof,89K.Loaded. publicly opened and
YAMAHA02 Banshee 91-7332orolkswagen 05' Torgua- fully loaded candy Great cond. $5900,334- read aoud for furn-
$2,500 00 334-355- reg, Gry /saddle inte reen, except condi- 687-4494. shin sall labor and ma-

Yaba7a'06R13,500K org65-22 69os Vlkow age ts0d 7.a' Financing iabole 61 5 nF 687 4n.tIas fs
491 Ford B06 Mustang GT' n or, 4k miles, top of t n $5,500 334-355-, t as r
s light blue..blackleather the line, sun roof4, V8 il 454,334-616-7269 M UL n .Co N
Yamaha 02' Zuma premium soundoptiondual climate airol, bed extender ple ADA n th office of he Ar-

AScooter. 6400 ml. loaded o sp. exc5 condm heamate d ss a4m4210r677607 Ei e NeMariannaFlor-
'light W lm E DUC e DBauer, V6, 3rd row seat CHIPOLA COLLEGE

co l mfgwarr V r alarm, waranty $10,900, 334- Ford '01 Ran er Cabred TOYOTA '01 P Runner, asking $20,975obo, Cal

$1 334-798-5753. tion, steering 701-8555/334-685-6233 Chev 02 Avalanch cyl., auto., A, excellent GMC00 YUKN 105K 4)695-465. Drawings and ecifLca-
SFord07 Focugs, ca 22k mi. 3343337555.33- controls, side curtain Auto. 8-cyl. 4WD. CD, Lariation.$5500, Call edmiles loaded SLTther maculate, 41K actual 34-797-4576h Nissan02 Pathfinder tons may be obtained
Sfactory wty, all the A TIQUE chrome neft bars 10am-4p 334-671-1693 air bagswindow A/C AM/FMsroofstereo, CD Player $9500. miles, V-6, ext. cabw/options from the office of the
i 3 ng2,800. ietely restored, show shades wheeor back seats, new t re ery clean, Finaning Ava lab .. $aded, $12,900 334- Ford 94 Explorer V 10 don
quality, like new, and rear air. $23,800 Great condition. $7500. WAC, 687-6863, 334-695-2'161 engine34-714-0822needs work, .. according to plans and

In at 334-477. intIH~ ertiorlaend.513,500 cy',as maui 34od Toyota.'0 Tacoma Pre. leave message Street, Marianna,$ Flori-
SGarage kept with $10,500. frm. 334-7- 334-701-8555/334-65- 334-790-8422 or 334 Call John 334-797-420 Toyota97' Tacma Nissan '0 da 3244. General Con-
3 i4G arae $8,t-00 0.i0800, 7936. -7 623379 0-8648. or Jason 334714-4 601 200k miles, AC, CD, 5 Black/tan, oil changes 2 aseonia t r e et,

Ymh23 252mVv 0470 2.5 turbo ev eec Ford '97 F150 XLT Super L r soo 1?1K c- y w 338, 324446 02 cs ei aStr
wagon 73kmiles, Auto Cab, TritonV-8,di- bediner&too box334- C eff 34-701-8303 or an e o i
Yamaha pro cicitpp -2w/manual shift option mond plate tool box,N 797-6186 .. Lacy 334-701-6020. 4and openlto inspection
Circus t p eo 4 y0 O W N E R odu ai air climate control, I bed liner, bed extender, u NISSAN ARMADA '05 in the office of the Ar-
34-726-3842. F a Mitsubishi'06' Eclipse memory seats, CD/a- condver. $29,500 334798 full loaded even ting a bona fide bid andia
Ford 60c Mu35ang, Rml, GT, Red, 6-spd. 46550; ssett player, gold w/tan 714-4210 or 677-6007 ao 8dStreet, Mariann, Fori-
Auto. 6-cyl. 35500 new tires very hevyclean 03S10,4cylnleatherremaining 100k. Nissan06XterraS, returning said docu-
UTO OBILE ry cean, Windomfg warr,s & Doiper alarm, warranty $10,900 Deville, der, 28 MPG, low milesGMC'0 YUKblack, V6, auto 33k men000 prepad
$12,100334-79-5753. tints, Exc cond. 15000, 701Convertible.-8555/334-68500, excellent shape.$7200 Leather Third row miles $16500 334-300 condon, wthin ten

$500 Cars from $5001 Financing Available- 334-7749243. OBO 334-585-6689 nTow$Packae,(Goo 8102 leave message. D0)r w s an srecei
Police impounds for Focus, m., 33 .7970420 Cadillac73 Eldorado, Chevy 05 Silverado Call miles; loaded ST leath.714-9510. Nissan 02 Pathfinder tions may be obtained
Sorason 334-714-1601 Restored, mint cond- chrome neft r, 10am 334-671-1693 Toyot06 Tacer On-taromasunroof SE. Loaded /options from the office of the

800-570-8736x2802 Ford '08 F350 Lariat tion, garage kept 96K ed with extras $18,000. mi. silver, auto. 6 cyl; 4 w lTg tractors, suppliers, or
I 1i options, like new, ,]IB33-O5& andbrush guard, 20' ,bVD Player, warranty, Excellent cond. $12,000. Architect at Post. Office

cr yAig $ l $ 900 229-334- heels black leather Ford 292 Ranger XLT, 6 w $9,000 334-695-0119 334o1 2 s

r3n8 bc" a $d334-702-09 o334 k al G Cn5d!!3 ToyotaT'0 4 Runner Partial sets will not bemsa
Call 334-447-8304 2271 334-475-3600. 4124 or 334brush 7977603. LTD HuNissan '4 Xterra, 4K da 32446. General Con-
-- 7 91- 291 guaChevyr'd ,Steooleb no ne750 .ce a, 44, exAT,9 tractors (ma s oain- aoe.s
Call n at9334-477-F334-7e2BO,3934rd334- n5650g d ox4-983-494r601) setofi documents

Chevy8 runs great 18K mi. Condur Loaded 153K mi. 1 drawls and 20/paget

Lhev 9 If1 ffinS, gl Fod o7 b k 1500 $39 OBO3 -p n a Em- 334-671-35 BUY T wHpe tio *r
Great cond. 2,ocab, 4.3 6cyl vor 0381 or 334-695-0381. stero syste c eng, Larriat 4X. White sand $12,000.86k mi., exc. Honda Element. 20k Toyota '04, o4-Runneros it
Branderygoodcond.$3700 color /tan leather cond. Ca 33475-1785. m 19.400. S Excellent Each bid must be ac-funded
ch.850-482-416 800 82Kmiowner,400miles Fully loaded. Be Tod ota99Tacoma4X4 only to those subidmit-
Audi03 A6 power 8024 g e kepMitsubishi '06 Lancer 0200 ateran check, ma de payable to

eve inn r -Rally A/C Pon power, 0 $1 ,&Micyeltires 120k $9,Q BO. 334- the Chpola College
exceTncaond i | Ford64Thuder- payo Call (334)714- Reduced-Sacrifice hOlev.9'03O 5 i '85-7207 8N0-258301n ToNo 6'XterraS, returning said docu-
6400 mi., $16,700 bird, 82Windows&K mi, 1 Door locks, Cadillac '68 Deville, der, 28MPG, low miles GMC kon limited edition, tan p repaid good
SCD Player, $11,750. Red, Convertible. $8500, excellent shape. $720 Leather; Third row, leaves $16,500e334300 colon, witin tealn
W$500 Cars from $5400! Financing Available- 334-774-9243. OBO, 334-585-6689 Tow Pcka Good le s 0 d ar
e For st Fordngs 95MustanCo- B 334-7970 sartingat$120. Call e e d tires, $10,2.714-9510 tractors requiring more

$0r s f ro $28500 1 6e$2500850- '08 im1d.S, (334)7 steerg e t .n oe s, e t, o I fo the
808-570-8736x2802 Ford '08 F350 Lariat or Jason334-714-1801 Restored, mint condi- Crew Cab Truck. Load- irToyot.'064Taoma, M U than one set sub-con-
CDtion, garage kept 96K ed with extras $18,000.silver, auto.6cyl4WD: tractors, suppliers, or
rewk kpluSW 4WD miles, $9,000, 229-334- 850-594-3282 29,000,Loaded, power nher may purchase
beige9Auto. BLu rbove iwa719 --Chevy '00 Exterdo 6.0Abrakes,'power steering, full set of documents
o 6e ord V supre CD, AC, AM/FM stereo, GMC'01 Yukon SLT for $60.00 per set NON334)
i7- 00 m- r- o En Ext., cab w/ 2459ong runsswellowmiles, white,.Ithr, owner, ge Gra Ca REFUNDABLE.
wearranity n $L,000 oboPrbe CD, Full towin very clean warranty raged, 92K m. $10,900.
Bonneville XP, fet condition. Loaded, pack m.$6,750.850-638. $7 334-6700334-477-9008; 334-726- oLiknerw.2WD23,9.6cyl.,Sil GreatCkmitonewsea334 Toyota '004 Runner PVan.Auto. sets wild. Upon

North Star V8 engine* eo93 Metro, 3 c2 2+2 downer all 9771. Dodge 05'3500 Qua 2767. ver Leather, Power, newha orsre 6-cyl.2 WD.112,K mi. award of contract a
C 8292 $200067712805 S 3346-475-3 34-6070. 4124 or 334-797-7603.. LTD, Hunter green, tan d to major sub-con-
sas'86 Corvette Red Only 7 me 40s l Crew Cabo bxxc. cond., ,At mac lent condition $8500 plumbing', and electri-
103k with Red/Black roy) PonMitsubishi '0784Trans-Am tion. $24,000.7981221 Bed cover, 26K m., Ford 'a85 00Tow Truck, 3347121531 ra insde.50-445-5767 c000,a l). Suppliers and oth-
103k with, ATE /lynw G r i t c- VrLoail T 2 ., co$19,000, (334) 23-1039 .custom-built 1 ton 1 : 3er subcontractors may

abe V6,$6 47 ontac nve, 618,720,/83c a- r n s s .7 sraseoraiseand
Ithr, AT Entirely new-Ithr, loaded. Great condi- pecificat ih a t d g the
AC/ PW&L Garage Kept whdisk c, htdsea, fin Gooseneck Trailer. 2f G cel- runs great $6500.850- s
$74Cadilac0 or DTS96-07 avail. $17900. John 3 flatbedrd ual axel,68 F100 step side Chevy 96 Silverado tion. $8,5034-0, 334-791- est interest of Chipla
So-b 50 7 797-420 or Jason 714- REDUCED, MUST SELL, LWB STD Cab, Good 8695 or 334-794-,2426, d" rate of $2.00/sheet of

fully loaded,31500 mi. ack, MSTA $ D500 $3990. OBO334-671- RamFord4 XLT Super Cab, 32 Honda '06 AccrE-L College.
Immaculate condition. custom paint, th pack. 61K mi. new tires Auto. tcy2WD.23k, clean, oxwarranty, 02$18,500,Tacoma d GP34K ls $18K Bidding documents willauto. AC
Black, CD.Runs well Re- er.592-277 $31900 Cll 334 & rakes06 6.0 8508900097blue er, CD, A/C, PAYFF. Ned min Chevrolet'2 Trailblaz- 46K mi., new BFGoo F intarbe sent Chpola Colle ct, gen-
built motor, sunroof. 6182441 $16,900OBO0 334-397-miles, OOSENECK TRAILER Like new. Cust exhaust ivan instead C all er LT, loaded4WD, 90K drich All Terrain tires ., tra le BY: /s/ Dr. Gene Pro-
Greauit cond. 2,000 obo. 6 1. 0381 or 334-695-0381. tinted windows, nice 60751 '. $ 1Mk mi., exc. Hona'6 Eaen 20k Toyota'4,4-Run fie
Gratc.2,000 stero system, new Fordn06 XLT 150 tow nd. Cl 334-475-1785. ries. $19.400. OBO SR5 Silver. Excellent h idmt
Brand new 26" rims, Ford '64 Thunderbird, Nissan'05 Maxima SL, Flowmaster dual ex- ackaga,17kmiles,.c i Each bid must be ac-
2823chrome w/back 3,800 82K miowner, $4000. fullytiac y. 4 loaded, loaded. Toyota99 TacomaAX4T over-drivetilt, tectric, lK mes, Spoil-oa a i

e wti r, layer, 26K mi, black, F n PARTS & condition. Power o*dsnl 310 agaast any person

A a16,000p786-223-2278. brks, Pow ./ Infinity 04 FX 45,38,000 -- Rhino b line sprayed ri & M the bsis of race
ever 1pay off. Cell (334) 714-CES O included.A96,350k miles. f 1a20k, 850258-0180.334 n $0 79t(1-955.t C1o ard of Trustees,
excellent condition, I Ford '64Thunder- I16714 Reduced-Sacrifice $12,000 OBO 334-671-.el imited ..t 5on-7tan 8Marianna ,Tloridainuia
64,500mi.,$16,700aBO. bird,w82Kmi, 1own- 1671 Chevrolet '57 Bel-Air n 4 9620 00 limited edition, tan Mari nn-- Fl-orida in the
334-983-4446 er, $4000. Will trade. i s door, new eng. & paint, leather interior, sun- sum of 5% of the base
BMW'04 330C1, cony., 334632-8024 Exc. cond. white, war- 75% refurbished. Many Chevy 04'1TahoeoZ71, roof, 109kmilesi$9000 bid as a guarantee and
nt on. n d, rrenty, 29K mi, $17,500 extras Taking bids Buandyw/ 7207or8502609424 I. Ecyd rmnt
nav., system, callfor Ford 95' Mustang,Co- OBO334-714-6616e ssta re,$ia C, alle oomi, Te oidr cancel his obidc
more info $28500 nertable $2500 steeringweel con- Hummer'g07H3, t70.NS or ,indrawi fro-I the
m er eonew .229-308-1403 726-0 re 256 Nissa '0Atima2.S, $9,500. trols, 3rd row seating' 9068 or334477-3325 o ruc a peJ bdn-
726 m0256'$25,900,Red,9,I500CKwP nr u te1756d XLT Gr01 50 h
y l3 w 15k miles, extended 0 n/center bucket se ats, .. miles, Red/ Black od We mnhrty (30) days

BMCheW'0306 Conette, 0 nJ5warranty, 1 owner, like isccd Nb changer in *07 E150 Cargo C 0. tD
525iSilver, 28,775K mi., Pnewcondtion. $17,900 TRARJudgeR dash power-seats, rear Auir,,ru,. l, To ota'04Tundra 47k Leather Seats, Chrome. after the opening of
9276or 334-393-5829 mower' newblade 8555/334-685-6233 Gooseneck30K 5th Rims, CD $16800 or Call 334-685- 3463 awarded to -the bidder,
y2 3 d mw/e5X8 trai0e le2r ext. Wheel 3K0mi"no 08O. C 3345s96u15- 7 jeepa01Cherokee he will within ten (10)
& frame'95, 52350 engine, AT w 350, at, ps, pw, pb, new tended cab silver Nissan 04Fronte r XE 3rd seat, heated sea consecutive days after
Trans., extras! Must see tires, bedliner, 1888,000 miles, all power truck silver, bedliner, coldAC&V, ALL CDpower, newt is submitted, enter
t ia 0.760-409-6204 e ab, $18500.334-7260 435 ., new 02)45 1158 f oT Iunstgreat, newpaint, into written contract
nt e o lympics tiro.s, new brakes, n rat Vo It $5 500 BO, Cal (334) with the Chi ol6 Col-
Additieon 165K m For- Ford '96 Thunderbird, Ford '99 350 V-10 supef- condition, $13,000 GMC 07 Du0amax die- 7013974 lege Board of Trustees
low miGreen, runs$6,900 obo. Ca 44K miles, workV6 $2400 334-er runs & dow. tail NADA value,- Cab, Black, Pick-up. Au er.145K winch & brush '-
,10. 334-793-6997 38. CD player. $8000.850334-794- Trade considered pack.,exc3892270. cond.78K $14,450, Lariat334-797-2459 to., 8-cyl. 4 WD. 47,000, guard.$8,900 793- 86 CJ hard topanacc
Bonneville'05GXP 626063834-687-0805, m695-65 i.$6,750.850-638- 3346779008334726 owner, 2WD,6cy.,Sil- bik to new seats vonES, red, Van.Auto907-0861 accepted bid Upon

W S Lexus'02 LS4302black6 Race Car Dirt late mod- WD .112Avmi.owfardrfOo7 nff l34-333- Chevy TrallblazerTR
1 fully loaded, tan leather el 105 CJ Raybur & 28' 8-cyl., 2 WDl 55500, Call (334) 596-b66 LT. seats 8a exc. condl-
North Star V8 engine Gveo '93Metro,od candy. 2 2inclosed owner,ny Powerall 9771 brak Dodge 05'3500 Qua- on. verLea14000 actual mi.Power, Jeep Wrangler, rebuilt 6-cyl.WD.112, award of ontrat a
e d K mi.$1600 runs well, Good condi- with brush ab D ua rdlly. Cummins 2000or.0 mi. $20,000 ng., eng., 106K m 45,000 milesLoaded, Power Perfor and
Met-cy 2 WD. Loaded 334718-3518s dr hatchback, new tires ori ry, exc. cond. od FREIGHTLINER 01, Turbo Diesel, 69k miles 334-693- cy 4 6disc- l 334-70-3921 334-735-3036 brakes, Power steering, trial and Paymnt

Power brakes, Power -door, tan, auto., sun- 8365 5454 leave message dash changer 3I k CD, A/C, AM/FM, Sv er 86K Great c ond wi be reqr of
steeng, CD, AC, runs Lexus07 ES-350, pearl roof, cd e DL1 Semi truc CD, Cruise, $20, num wheels 12x36 Radi- Buick '07 Rainier, one xp Jeep '05 Grand Chero reo, runs well, leather the successful bidder.
Youwell, new tires, T-Tops, with tan interior, ad- pwrts. Haslike new, 17,300 $19KChevrolet 7BO850-35-4808 eves. Ford 85094F-250 Turbo- dtonalSwampersPS, PB, owner, leather, BOSE, kee, automatic, A/C, int.con very clean, $5,200. TheDVDremote cost of the bnd
Classified Has It!!! restored, $10,000. 229- MSRP, it.& menu- 'AC, Auto, AM/FM CD On-Star, 18k miles, gar- CD, extra clean, Call 334-347-0496. will be Included as part

Hondap"03Accrdoleather 48892. $6,00080334-5htbneng 1K 25D00. H, good cond GMC1'02 Sierra Ext. Cab, factory warranty. 334- Dodge '99 Caravan, V6, aL.
seats, 75K mileather 82. attic, CAT engine 159K $2,800. Od-w677-2805 685-1261 or 334-677- Jeep '94 Grand Chero- jazzy 1113 power chalr

very clean, Great cond. ed,15K miles. $31,000 mi, $15,900, Call (334) er with grain body. 334- DSLwith too box, 80K mi., Ext-Cab, $4500. Call 229-942-55328 hairs, 107K mkee. $1000 lift, Autprocomp 35's 334- $9,800 / n The Owner reserves the334-677-
$400. 33461 8 503414. 334-685-107042 (Troy) 389-3071Pontic4 Trans-Am tin. $24,000.23 98-1221 334-308-90eat share, $9500Call $2,5334673 0823. 7010, 3384-712-1531 ramp inside. $50 llo waive informal
850Honda5 rem air, herd top con- reightlir 92' 60 se-334-797-CHEV '04 Avalanche Z71 ,EllaPElliot H: 334-793- ties' in any bid, and to
Honda '03 Civic EX avertibe, 2 sweater. Very rtes1- F er transmis- loaded $18,000 call 334- Jeep 01' Grand Chero- 7475, C: 334-797-5693 reject any or all bids, or
Coupe, red, 5-speed, rare car $6,500 334-792- Good for log truck GMC '07SIERRA 695-2739 keeLaredo creamol-accept any bid and
Cadillac '04 CTS in mint 75k.,miles, $8,800. OBO 4100 or 334-618-9101. orilon, hi ck-up.0Iorbug-hieldsie-via-IL-t ancmeptaon bid and
condition with transfer- 334-677-3694 or or long haul. $900. 850- Chevrolet '9 Baz ors, roof rack, clean in-
able warranty $16500. 334-714-4029. Pontiac'01 Bonneville, 638-7290/850-527-2229. VER, Auto. 8-cyl. 2 er Good AC New trans. side & out. 97k miles bdternates or separate
334-740-9anty 15,5 white,-6-4-4029..15k GoosenekeTl20ffWD. 23000, excel- i thwarr., Newtires, runs greatL$6500. 850- bid prices that, i their
334-740-91556 Twhite 6-cyl., CD. 115k Goosdnfla Trailer, 20ftawe, 14Kcniio, cwillnbe-'7he
fudllyloade, 350 8 mG Ms $5000 O capacity, low miles, vary 506-5032 -. Jeep '05 Rubicon,4
immaullatecondtion. c7nd. 500 miless $5,5tha n fa-1, Dg R Sv AM/FM/cd stereo, REDUCED!!$3,200.334-linesof Chiplia
791-1684eonditon..-500miles 5 Auto. 6 cyl. 2WD. 23k, clean, warranty, $18,00, V6, auto., AC,

iER r $Au.nice khaki, sot top, black /gray cloth in- Florida
2823 or 334-723-3037 er, 2 din., auto, 44K mi. Pontiac '07 G6, 4 cyl., 0434 loaded, 28k ml, ext cab, 0 ACAT, over-drive, tilt, tar. 140K milas, well

Il a ito layer, 26K ml., black,- PTo condition. Power $0334-40o-705. aJeep '91 Wrangler, 4 cyl. gD[a ganst ayerson
s-8 9 Power 0Y FN good shape n ew topagainstDanero-
,2. $16,000780-223-2278. Abrake sC exa/C, Infinitye'04CFXl45.38000 .r _.'.o'-ed 0 aR d line sprayed Oi. ohe basis of race,
C Honda '64 Accord.' GAM/FMAILE R bdo steeri,/ miles, fully loaded, Chevy 0i Blazer White inside, $6500 Call (334). color, national o- bduaaxe ailM$18kn3g-o9041 4W,30k,248 2 6-0219C. gin, disability, or
526-3911/573-9437,3034 1cond. $31K, 718-640 sunroof $5,800 Call Jeep0Wanger, Van. Green, Auto. 6-cyl. fte es, orpannci
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Confusion Rules

"After Talladega, NASCAR issues clarification

By Ralph N. Paulk
' +iLap

Regan Smith so desperately
wanted to quench his thirst for
his first Sprint Cup victory he
could taste it,..
But somewhere, the lines f
communication-between. NASCAR
officials and the drivers were, at
best, ambiguous. So, the finish of
Sunday's AMP Energy 500 at
Talladega Superspeedway was
Tony Stewart steered close to
the yellow line that niarks the
track apron and serves as an
out-of-bounds border at Daytona
and Talladega. He was blocking
Smith's advance as they raced
the final few hundred yards
toward the finish line.
Stewart hadn't won in 43
races. He wasn't going to give
Smith room to get by on the
Smith cut lower on the track.
In a flash, he reasoned that a
2007 Craftsman Truck race had
established precedent allowing
him to attempt a daring pass by
racing below the yellow line on
the last lap. ,
Smith passed Stewart and was
first to flash under the check-
ered flag. But Stewart pocketed,
the winner's check.
It took NASCAR officials less
than five minutes to declare
Smith's below-the-line pass ille-
gal. They awarded Stewart the
victory and assessed a stunned
Smith a penalty that dropped
him to 18th place.
"Obviously, somebody knew
what the rules were," said Greg
Zipadelli, Stewart's crew chief.
"I think it's been pretty clear
for six or seven years now if
you advance your position
below the yellow line, you're
going to lose your position."
Smith pressed on like a des-
perate counsel fighting an
already lost case.
He insisted Stewart forced him
below the yellow line. He insisted
that he could see the flagman,
which negates the yellow-line
rule on the final lap.
"We can argue about it for five
years," Smith said. "They're not
going to change their decision.
That's how NASCAR works.
"In the drivers' meeting they-

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tell us each week if you're
forced below the yellow line
you can go there The only
other option I had was to wreck

.. [Stewart ."
President Mike
Helton viewed it
differently. "In
NASCAR's opin-
ion [Smith] was
not forced below
the yellow line,"
Helton: said in a

"We ca
about it fo
They're n
change the
: That's hov
works, s

confusion about what is allowed
on the last lap and offered a
clarification: "To be clear, as we
go forward, there will be no .

passing under the yellow line at
any time during NASCAR races
at Daytona or Talladega, period
This includes any passing below
the yellow line
near the
start/finish line
fn argue on the final lap."
r five years. 'Two-time
ot going to defending Sprint
:ir decision. :Cup champion
wNASCAR Jimmie Johnson


id driver had not under-
imith. stood the rule
that way. "It's
'when you can
'see the flagman,
anything goes," he said.
Third-place finisher David
Ragan offered this: "If it's any- ,
thing goes when you can see

the flag coming to the check-
ered, maybe that's just one of
those little rules that ..
[NASCAR officials] don't say
you can do but you can. ...
,[Smith] was doing all he could
to win, and I probably would
have done the same thing."
Stewart, predictably, was.not
syrtpathetic. ,. .
"I've lost Daytona 500s and
I've lqst races here at Talladega
because somebody blocked,"
Stewart said. "I was actually on
'the right end of it this time.
Trust me, I've got no regrets
about what I did."

Ralph N. Paulk is a stnff writer
for the Richmond Times-Dispatch
in Virginia.

__________________________________________________________________________ I


eff Gordon is still winless
30 of 36 races. He was to
along minding his own busir
David Ruir
blew a tire r
in front of h
and sent Go
hard into th
outside wal
GORiDON ., There ar
kinds of thi
that determine the Chase a
race wins," Gordon said, "
you've got to take the goo
with the bad.
"Guys were idiots driving
one another. That's'-he way
have t, race anymore [Fncl
Myself in that statement be-
Sthat's the kind of racing we
out there. You've got to be
rear bumrper off the guy in 1
of you in order to get ahead
make a move.
"It's crazy. It's great when
come to the checkered flag
and you're in one piece. B
getting there that's tough."

Sprint Cup

Nationwide Series

2. Cad Edwards 5646 2. Car Edwards :4196
4. Jeff Burton 5619 4. Mike Bliss 3906

6. Kevin Harvick 5547 6. David Reutimann ,3791
8. Jeff Gordon 5486 8. Mike Wallace 3499
10.Dale EamhardtJr. 5469 10. Marcos Ambrose 3456
12. Denny Hamlin 5383 12. David Stremme 3376
14. Kasey Kahne 3422 14. Steve Wallace 3149
16. Brian Vickers 3168 16. Scott Wimmer 2675

18 Kurt Bus:hlh

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Bank of America 500
-E Where: Lowe's Motor Speedway
(Concord, N.C.)
When-.Oct 11. 7pm EST
Onhe air ABC
S.Distance- 334 laps. 501 mdles
Track qualifying record Elliot SadIer.
193.216 mph, 005 M
S Track race record: Jeff Gordon, 160.306 '
mph, 1999
2007winner: Jeff Gordon
Lowe's Motor Speedway

Track 1.5-mile quad-oval
Banding: 24 degrees, turns; 5 degrees,
*Natiornde Series
Race: Dollar General 300 (Lowe's Motor
When: Oct 10, 7:30 p.m. EST
Ontheair: ESPN2

Wft 'S Hot Ellioit Sadler. He dodged evety
crash at Talladega to record his first back-to-back
top-10 finishes of the season. He challenged winner
Tony Stewart before fading on the final restart.
Who'S No: Denny Hamlin. He likely saw his
title hopes dashed when a wreck left him 39th.
He has had a surprisingly slow start in the Chase
considering he had built momentum with three
straight third-place finishes.

O"Keep pushing
"Keep pushing,
keep pushing."
-- ew chief Bob Osboe to driver Cat Edwards
only seconds before Edwads bumped Grg Biffle
to cause a 1-carwreck on lap 174at Talladega.

es ITlad a delivers drama with blown tires, wipeouts and ph tofiflfl

after :Tony Steart has been okiiig for the day "I thought office wA got through that first lap NASCAR has tried to police the tactic, par-
oling he lhad Sunday for so, so lofit 10 years now we were going to be all right," he.said. "But we ticularly in the corners, but Roush'aippeated'
and he wanted to savor every moment, .. got to the backstretch, and Regan Smith got td critical of lax enforcement throughout
ess every raucous scream from his sea qf fans at the bumper which was the plan. I was hoping Sunday's race.
en Talladega Superspeedway. .; he would get there. If he could have stayed there Edwards said: "It's my fault, and I apologize
The numbers from the AMP Enegy 500 all the way around to [Turn 41 and all the way to everybody. We just got In exactly the wrong
ight Stewart's 33rd tour win, Toyota's 10th Sprint through the frontstretch, then there was no way spot going into three, and he got real loose,,
Cup win of the season weren't the story. anybody could get to the two of us.: and that was just the way it went. You just do
im It was the sheer drama of a warm "But he got a gap off Turn 4, and the best you can and hope for the best. It just
Drdon afterfioon, with tires blowing, drivers that gave him a run, and I had to didn't work out." '.'.- .
e scared, Goodyear and NASCAR again protect my line. You hate to have to Roush was upset and worried. But then he
having no good answers ... and then do that [block|, but to win here at understands Talladega as typically an exercise
Carl Edwards making a high-stes Talladega, I would just about wreck in extreme frustration.
e all play that failed spectacularly. f the whole field." "Talladega is really a tough race: We've won
ings And in.the final mornents-' Over on the Ford side of the twice here in 22 years, with multiple cars. We
md NASCAR officials scratch garage, things didn't go ery wel. .'don't have much of an average," Roush said.-"We
',their heads for a while before at all. had'great cars, the engines ran really well, the
and .deciding that yes, indeed, Stewart p But maybe things,arent is bad ';, Ford support was awesome, and the engineers
d had beaten rookie Regan Smith, right now between Jack Roush team- did their job. v.' ....... ,. .
even though Smith crossed the fin- mates Biffle and Edwards as they "It came right down to the judgment of people
ish line first. might seem, after Edwards' gaffe deciding how aggressive they could be ... and
Into The Chase for the Championship wiped out most of the championship Carl wopnd ufpr0ing than he
you is now clearly swinging Jimmie challengers late in Sunday's race. could stind. ...-'
lude -'Johnson's way, with three others in Mike Mulh e "Yo til't blame ,if" Biffle said, /c.But NAS cl slowing
c .e striking distance Carl Edwards, PpbyLap magnahmiintslvy. "H &$as trying to peoplee to push .y,' Ipha "People
cause Greg Biffle and Jeff Burton. help us, an pusffed fis all the pushed in the i6.os, pis- tn the tri-
have But Stewart wasn't thinking championship. way to the front. .'. .' oval, and pushed.Q h A 4y, and
at the He was thinking sweet home Alabama. "We talked about it Saturday night; 'we talked pushed a the w o the k,
front "I've.wanted to win here for so long. I have about it the night before, We talked about it 'It w .eal a to everybody,
so many friends down here, Red Farmer and Sunday ... what we er going to do. And that includiO~ r t i en't killing to
d or Donnie Allison and all these fans," Stewart was our deal: to team up and shove each other push the car irr frot.;o(you,.4hen yqu couldn't
said. all the way to the front." advance as welfasdmebedy else who was
you "I was just patient until the last half of the Bump-drafting the art of rating intcq the pushing."
race, and finally got in position to stay up back of a car and giving both an tth 'u~of '-
front." speed has beeni an issue at Talladegaor' MAlike Mulhern has covered NASCARfor 35
ut it's Stewart, though, had to brave a three-lap several years, because although it's effective, years at the Winston-Salem Journal in North
shootout. not every driver does it well. Carolina.