Title: Jackson County Floridan
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028304/00097
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Title: Jackson County Floridan
Alternate Title: Sunday Floridan
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Jackson County Floridan
Publisher: Chipola Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Marianna, Fla
Publication Date: October 28, 2008
Copyright Date: 2009
Frequency: daily (except saturday and monday)[<1979-1995>]
weekly[ former 1934-<1955>]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Marianna (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jackson County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States of America -- Florida -- Jackson -- Marianna
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
General Note: "Independent."
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Volume ID: VID00097
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Times-courier (Marianna, Fla. : 1947)
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Cold weather brings warning


As weekend weather forecast-
ers began predicting temperatures
in the mid-30s by today, Diane
and Richard Caputo started get-
ting concerned,
Disaster Action Team leaders
in Jackson County for the
American Red Cross, the couple
says the team has been called
upon to assist in 22 or 23 fires so
far this year. The most recent
occurred Sunday, and started by
way of an overturned candle. It
destroyed the home of a
Graceville-area man.
The Red Cross team can pro-
vide a few nights lodging and
money for the victim to buy food
and clothing for a time, but the
helping agency is suffering along
with everyone else in the
depressed economy. In some
cases, the supply line to individu-

als has to be reduced in order to
reach out.to more people in need.
And the organization can do little
to heal the emotional wounds that
the fire victim will no doubt suf-
fer from losing a lifetime of
moments. Diane Caputo says
that's the most devastating of the
damage, and she's hoping people
will heed experts' advice in order
to avoid that kind of trauma.
With winter coming, people
are starting to crank up their
spdce heaters and light their fire-
In. addition, the holidays mean
lots of Christmas trees will be
decorated with lights by this time
next month.
The Caputos fear all those fac-
tors and more are going to mean
more danger of fire, and they're
urging people to take extra care.
Diane Caputo said she believes
that following a few simple safety
rules can significantly reduce fire

According to information pro-
vided by Jackson County Fire
Rescue, heating equipment is the
second leading cause of home
fires in the United States. JCFR
provides these guidelines.
Maintain a three-foot space
between all heating equipment
and anything that can burn.
Don't use your oven to heat
your home.
Before beginning to use them,
inspect heating equipment, and
thereafter, keep it on a regular
schedule of inspection and main-
Portable space heaters should
be turned off every time you leave
the room and before going to bed.
Have your chimney inspected
each year and cleaned as needed.
Outdoor burning can create
other hazards .
See COLD, Page 7A >

Fire guts Graceville home


The home of Graceville-area
resident Willie J. Ward was
destroyed by fire Sunday evening.
The trailer is located at 1543
Sanders Avenue, near the comer
of Sanders and Browntown Road.
' Jackson County Fire Rescue
Chief Tony Wesley said the fire
started around 7 p.m., after a can-
dle was overturned.-
Ward was using it for light

because his home was without
power at the time, Wesley said.
Not realizingthe candle was still
lit, Ward walked away from the
area and the fire blazed up quick-
ly after he walked to his sister's
house nearby.
. No other structures were. ever
in danger because of the blaze.
In addition to JCFR, the
Campbellton and Graceville vol-
unteer fire departments responded
to the fire.
Ward said he lost everything in

the fire, and is hoping someone
can help him find a small trailer
to replace his home.
He said his power wasn't con-
nected at the time because he had-
n't.been able to have a septic tank
installed as required. Ward, a
mechanic and a logger, said he
has been out of, work since 'early
May when he was burned in an
accident that occurred while he
was working on a car. He can be
reached at'263-8312.

As the.sun set over the MERE Monday, Melanie Watkins of
Campbellton bundled up against the cold to watch the Mutiny play
the Wizards in soccer. Mark Skinner/Floridan

Fund raiser helps buy lifesaving tool

Firefighters fill-orders Saturday during a fish, fry
Saturday for the Sneads Volunteer Fire Department.

Thanks to a Saturday fundrais-
er put on by its community, the
Sneads Volunteer Fire
Department is $3,000 closer .to
buying a new lifesaving tool.
Fire Chief Buddy Jeter called
the afternoon fish fry a big suc-
cess, especially considering the
fact there were many other activi-
ties afoot elsewhere in the com-
S"I was real surprised and happy
that we did as well as we did. The
S people in the community really
came out and supported us," Jeter
said. "It was an outstanding after-
fundraiser He said the money will be used
to help purchase a new "Jaws of

Life" type. xtrication tool that
will allow members of the fire
crew to remove people trapped in
wrecked vehicles.
. Several churches participated
in the community-driven event,
with members baking cakes to be
auctioned off or used as dessert in
the fish plate dinners.
Several gospel groups and
other singers entertained the
crowd assembled at. the. Adam
Tucker sports complex on U.S.
In addition to buying fish
plates, many in the crowd bought
raffle tickets for a shotgun 'that
was auctioned off at the event.
Jeter said the fire department is
getting another fund raising raffle

See Tool, Page 7A -

Crash,. freak accident take lives of local woman, elderly traveler


A traffic crash in Leon County
took the life of a Marianna
woman last Friday, and an elderly
woman from' New Mexico was
killed Sunday in a freak accident

in Jackson County.
In the Friday crash, 25-year-old
Adrienne Denita Rogers was
westbound on Interstate 10 during
rainy weather when the 2007
Nissan Maxima she was driving
left the road. It traveled onto the
shoulder before striking several

trees, according Florida Hight% 5'y
Patrol reports. '
She was pronounced dead ar
the scene by Leon County emer-.
gency crews. A traffic homicide
investigation is pending in that"
In the Sunday accident, 79-

year-old Cecilla Gagnon of
Deming, N.M. was walking along
the sidewalk in the Interstate 10
rest area near Cottondale when an
airborne set of tires struck her.
The tires had separated from a
trailer being towed by a semi-

The Kenworth semi-truck was
westbound on Interstate 10 when
the left rear set of tires on the
trailer it was towing separated
from the front axle on the right
side. The tires traveled into the
rest area and struck Gagnon, who
died at the scene.

Country Crossing breaks ground in Alabama


DOTHAN, Ala. Traffic
slowed to a crawl on Highway
231 Monday, as passers-by
craned their necks at the 1,000+
cars parked on a strip of pasture.
It was'just a groundbreaking
ceremony, but still enough to
prompt the occasional motorist to
pull over and ask just what was
going on at this rural piece of
property just north of the Florida
state line.
If a little curiosity can pull a,
handful of people off a U.S. high-
way, local developer Ronnie
Gilley believes Country Crossing
can easily become a tourist desti-
nation for the masses.
.Seven months after Gilley and
the Houston County Commission
signed an agreement to place the
mega-entertainment project in

Houston County, a handful .of
officials, dignitaries and "com-
mon folk" turned the first shovels
of dirt at the proposed site.
Country music played from the
loud speakers, volunteers passed
.out barbecue, the American flag
ruffled in the stiff breeze and pag-
eant queens paraded through the
crowd. There was a lot of
Nashville and a little bit of
Hollywood there, but the event
was decidedly Wiregrass.
Gilley said he hopes to open the
first venue a family restaurant
bearing the name of country
Music artist Tracy Lawrence in
nine months.
Other venues will follow,
Gilley said, including themed
restaurants sponsored by country
music artists John Anderson,
Lorrie Morgan and George Jones.
An electronic bingo center
expected to help fund the project

will go up soon thereafter, along
with a hotel, amphitheater and
many other attractions.
There was one surprise at the
ceremony. Oscar award winning
actor Jamie Foxx appeared on
stage, announced his involvement
in the project and even enter-
tained the crowd of more than
1,000 with his spot-on imperson-
ation of Ray Charles.
But the theme of the day was
jobs. Gilley said he expects Phase
1 of Country Crossing to employ
between 700 and 1,000, and more
than 5,000 when the site is fully
developed. Gilley called it south-
east Alabama's "economic stimu-
lus package."
"It's a very, very sluggish econ-
omy right now to say the least,"
Gilley said. "We have something
here that's going to bring jobs to

See COUNTRY, Page 7A >

Ronnie Gilley poses for photos along with a host of celebrities,
community leaders and Country Crossing supporters during
Monday's ground breaking ceremony. Jay Hare / Media
General News Service

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Robbery suspect
turns himself in

Accompanied by his mother,
a local man turned himself in to
face an armed robbery charge
According to Marianna.
Police Chief Haye.s Baggett,
Kendrick Lamar Blown turned
himself in a few hours after
officers unsuccessfully tried to
serve a warrant on him.
Brown, 19, lists an address
of 4192 Tubman Lane in
Brown is accused in the Oct. 5
robbery of a man who gave him
and an alleged accomplice,a ride.
The victim stated that the men
took $380 cash and his wallet.
Brown also had a warrant
charging him with violation of
probation, according to police.

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Weather Outlook

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Tomorr continued cold.

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Low 35

1. warnung trend
High 73
Low 450

SFriday Snny and
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High- 750
Low 480

Saturday Sunny and
Saturday continued nuld.

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Publisher Valeria Roberts

Circulation Manager- Dena
Oberski doberski@jcfloridan.com

Contact Us
Telephone: (850) 526-3614
FAX: (850) 482-4478
E-mail: editorial@jcfloridan.com
Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 520, Marianna, FL 32447
Street Address:
4403 Constitution Lane
Marianna, FL 32446
Office Hours:
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paid for the space actually occupied
by that portion of the advertise-
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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-
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knowingly accept or publish illegal
material of any kind. Advertising
which expresses preference, based
on legally protected personal char-
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How to get your
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publish news of general interest free
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Community Calendar events via e-
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Fees may apply for wedding,
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announcements. Forms are avail-
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October 28 Tuesday
Pilates for Pink classes are at 8 a.m., 4
p.m., and 5:30 p.m., at Integras Wellness
Center in Marianna. Bring a $10 donation to
The Breast Cancer Research Foundation;
checks and online donations (www.bcr-
fcure.org, print receipt) accepted. Non-mem-
,bers welcome. Free t-shirt to those signing up
early. Call 482-6221.
Covenant Hospice hosts a volunteer work-
shop from I to 3 p.m., at the Marianna
Covenant Hospice branch, 4440 Lafayette St.,
Suite C; Free and open to those interested in
volunteering. Food, drinks provided. To regis-
ter/learn more, call Donna Meldon, 482-8520.
Alcoholics Anonymous has an open meet-
ing each Tuesday, from 8 to 9 p.m., at the First
United Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna. Meet in the AA room.
Christine Gilbert.teaches free quilting, cro-,
cheting or knitting classes Tuesdays at 1 p.m.,
at the Jackson County Senior Citizens center,
2931 Optimist Dr., Marianna. Call 482-5028.
The St. Anne Thrift Shop, 4287 Second
Ave., Marianna, will have a sale-50 percent
off all clothes purchases-Oct.,28 and Oct,
30, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Call 482-3734.
Jackson County Women for Obama meet
at 6 p.m.,. in the Chipola Rainbow
Homebuilders office, 2880 Orange St., Unit B,

SOctober 29- Wednesday
Jackson County ARC, 2973 Pennsylvania
Ave., Marianna, hosts a Haunted House and
Hay Ride Oct. 29-30, from 6 to 9 p.m. Cost is
$5 each, $8 for two. Free treat bag for the chil-
dren. Call 526-7333.
Sneads High School Project Graduation's
Haunted House is Oct. 29-31, atthe Log Cabin
in Sneads. Doors open at 6 p.m. and will close.
when the last victim has been escorted in.
Admission is $3 per person. Baked goods and
"Witches Brew" will be available on Friday
Pharmacy Day "Brown Bag Your Meds"
from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., in the community
room of the Hudnall building, Jackson

Hospital. Bring prescriptions, over-the-count-
er drugs or herbal supplements and discuss
possible food-or drug interactions with hospi-
tal pharmacists.
Alcoholics Anonymous has an open meet-
ing each Wednesday, noon to 1 p.m., at the
First United Methodist Church, 2901
Caledonia St., Marianna. Meet in the AA room.

October 30 Thursday
Customer Appreciation Lunch with Sherry
A., Brown, Tax Collector and Staff is at the
Jackson County Farmers' Market pavilion on
Jackson Street in Marianna. Free lunch served
from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Jackson County Chamber of'Commerce
and Artists Guild of North West Florida host-
Art Auction & Wine Tasting at the Russ House,
4318 Lafayette St.; Marianna. Silent auction
and reception 5 to 6:15 p.m.; live auction at
6:15 p.m. Availabile tickets limited to 80 --
Cost is $30 per person, $50 per couple.
Original art by local artists, featuring promi-
nent Jackson County images auctioned to
raise money for the Historic Russ House
Endowment. Auction pieces on exhibit at the
Russ House for the two weeks preceding the'
"Oct. 30 event. Call 482-8060.
Sneads High School Project Graduation's
Haunted House is Oct. 29-31, at the Log Cabin
in Sneads. Doors open at 6 p.m. and will close
when the last victim has been escorted in.
Admission is $3 per person. Baked goods and
"Witches Brew" will be- available on Friday
Jackson County ARC, 2973 Pennsylvania
Ave., Marianna, hosts a Haunted House and
Hay Ride Oct. 29-30, from 6 to 9 p.m. Cost is
$5 each, $8 for two. Free treat bag for the chil-
dren. Call 526-7333.
Lakisha Griffin of Big Bend AHEC
Tallahassee hosts free diabetes classes cover-
ing both prevention and control, Oct. 16, 23
and 30, at 10 a.m., in the Jackson County
Senior Citizens center, 2931 Optimist Dr.,
Alcoholics Anonymous meets-each
Thursday for a "closed discussion," 8 to 9

p.m,, at the First United Methodist Church,
2901 Caledonia St., Marianna. Meet in the AA
room. Attendance is limited to persons with a
-desire to stop drinking.
SThe Jackson Hospital Foundation, Inc.'s
annual meeting is at noon, in the Hudnall
Building Community Room. Lunch provided.
Respond to 718-2601.
The St. Anne Thrift Shop, 4287 Second
Ave., Marianna, will have a sale-50 percent
off all clothes purchases-Oct. 28 and Oct.
30, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Call 482-3734.

October 31 Friday
Compass Lake in the Hills Volunteer Fire
Department, Nortek Boulevard, sponsors a
Halloween Party/Spook House from 6 to 8
p.m.; prizes and snacks for kids under 12.
This is a free event. Call 579-4303.
Sneads High School Project Graduation's
Haunted House is Oct. 29-31, at the Log Cabin
in Sneads. Doors open at 6 p.m. and will close
when the last victim has been escorted in.
Admission is $3 per person. Baked goods and
"Witches Brew" will be available,on Friday
Florida Caverns State Park's "Spirit of the
Caverns"-an alternative to door-to-door
trick-or-treating-is Oct. 31 and Nov. 1, from
6 to 10 p.m., featuring music, hayrides, inter-
pretive displays, children's games with prizes
and more. Interpretive Haunted Cave tour tick-
ets sold first-come, first-served. Vehicle
entrance: $4.
Jackson County'Senior Citizens, 2931
Optimist Dr., Marianna, hosts a Masquerade
Party from 10 a.m. to noon. Refreshments,
prize, and free health screenings (vision, hear-
ing, bone density).
*.Panhandle Area Drug and Alcohol Abuse
Prevention Coalition presents "I'm Aware," a
youth empowerment seminar, from 9 a.m. to
12 p.m., at Chipola College. Guest speaker:
Willie Spears. Free lunch, games and prizes.
Alcoholics Anonymous has an open meet-
ing each Friday, 8 to 9 p.m., at the First United
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna. Meet in the AA room.

E-mail Community Calendar items to editorial@jcfloridan.com, fax to 482-4478, mail to P.O. Box 520, Marianna, FL 32447, or bring to 4403 Constitution Lane. Include contact phone number.

MARIANNA POLICE plaints, three public service calls, one threat, three escorts,
The Marianna Police Department listed the following and five traffic stops.
incidents for Oct. 26, the latest available report: One aban-
doned vehicle, one burglary, one civil dispute, one dead JACKSON COUNTY CORRECTIONAL FACILITY
person (natural causes), four disturbances, one drug inves- The following persons were booked into the county jail
tigation, three juvenile complaints, one larceny during the latest available reporting periods:
complaint, two noise complaints, one escort, two zr= )_-'- Anita Deese, 41, 2823 St. Johns St., Marianna,
public service calls, one retail theft, one suspicious -'--'- aggravated battery.
incident, two threats, two traffic accidents, 16 traf-,-;- Andre Gunther, 36, 5027 Spruce Lane,
fic stops, one transport, one warrant arrest, one'CR ME Marianna.'child support, hold for Washington, Bay
reckless driver, and one worthless check. "-- and Holmes counties.

The Jackson County Sheriff's Office listed the follow-
ing incidents for Oct.26, the latest available report: One
traffic accident, two reckless drivers, one suspicious per-
son, one disturbance, one civil dispute, two juvenile com-

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

Getting It


The Jackson County
Floridan strives to make
sure content in the news-
paper is accurate and fac-
tual. When the Floridan
learns that it has made an
error, it is our policy to
correct the mistake
promptly. To report an
error, please call the
newsroom at 526-3614

Panama City Low 7:15A High 9:15P
Apalachicola Low -1015A/130P High 2:30A/6P
Port St. Joe Low 8:00A High 10:30P
Destin Low 9:15A High 9:30P
Pensacola Low 8:00A High 9:45P
RIVER READINGS Reading Flood Stage
Woodruff 41.32 ft. 66.0 ft.
Blountstown 2.97 ft. 33.4 ft.
Marianna 7.40 ft. 27.2 ft.
Caryville 5.86 ft. 23.4 ft.

Community Calendar


Fritz is named Area Director for

Marianna USDA Rural Development

"Joe" Fritz
was recently
appointed as
the Area
Director for
USDA Rural
Development Fr
in Marianna.Fritz
The Marianna
office provides loans and
grants to individuals, busi-
nesses and governmental
agencies located in Bay,
Calhoun, Franklin, Gadsden,
Gulf, Jackson, Jefferson,
Leon, Liberty, Wakulla and
Washington counties.
Immediately prior to his

appointment, Fritz served
as the Area Director in the
Crestview Area Office.
Prior to that, he served in
positions as the Multi-
Family Housing Program
Director and State Staff
Appraiser for Rural
Development in Florida
and the U.S. Virgin
He succeeds James
Dean, who left the agency
to assume the position of
City Manager for the City
of Marianna earlier this
"Joe brings a wealth of
talent and experience to the
Marianna office and we are
confident that his impres-

sive background in lending
and housing programs will
help Rural Development
continue to serve the needs
of rural residents in the
Marianna office service
area," said State Director
Ronald G. Whitfield from
his office in Gainesville.
Fritz completed graduate
courses at the University of
Maryland School of Public
Affairs and has a Bachelor
of Science degree from the
University of Tennessee.
Fritz is also a Florida
licensed Real Estate
Appraiser. His hobbies
include cycling, running,
endurance sports, golf, and
fishing. He completed the

2007 Paris-Brest-Paris 750
mile bike ride in just over
three days.
USDA Rural
Development is the lead
Federal entity for rural
development needs, admin-
istering financial and techni-
cal assistance through Rural
Housing Programs,. Rural
Programs and Rural
Community Programs.
Further information on
USDA Rural Development
can be obtained by contact-
ing any USDA Service
Center or by visiting
USDA's Web site at

Brown Bag Pharmacy Day is Wednesday
SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN In an effort to increase community awareness about the
pharmacists, with the help of Community/Staff Educator
October is American Pharmacists Month and Jackson Kathryn Jordan, "Brown Bag Pharmacy Day" evolved.
Hospital is inviting the community to come and meet the Those coming to meet the pharmacists are asked to
hospital's pharmacists and learn more about their medica- "brown bag" all of their medications, prescription or over
tions on Brown Bag Pharmacy Day Wednesday. the counter, as well as herbal supplements.
The event will be held between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m., in Pharmacists will examine the medications for expira-
the community room of the Hudnall Building. tion dates, and potential drug or food interactions.
The hospital's director of Pharmacy is Ed Pittman. Ed The hospital, with patient permission, will assist in dis-
has been a pharmacist at Jackson Hospital for 28 years. carding expired medications and those no longer being
Two pharmacists work with Pittman: Dr. Rodney Lewis utilized. If time permits, current medications will be
and Mercedes Young. Lewis has been employed as a phar- recorded in a med-tracker for personal use.
macist with Jackson Hospital for 27 years, and Young has For more information, call the "Brown Bag Pharmacy
been employed as a pharmacist with the hospital for 17 years. Day" information line at 526-2200.

Scouts Jahn Sanchez and Kyle Morgan, accompanied
by their parents, Nancy andWilson Sanchez and Ray
Morgan, earn their progress toward rank beads.
at Pack 170 A

Webelos Scouts Sean Everitt, Will Sanchez, Ash Lanier
and Wyatt Hatcher earn several patches and pins at
Pack 170 Awards Night.

ients honored
wards Night

Marianna Pack 170 Cub Scouts' first awards meeting of the
2008-2009 school year was at the First Presbyterian Church.
Scout Master Steve McCool and Bear Scout leader Mary
Ann Hutton led the presentation of awards, achievements and
recognition for Wolves, Bears and Webelos. Morgan Johnson
led the opening ceremony.
Pack 170 received the National Summertime Pack Award for
it summertime program, and Scouts were honored for making
progress toward rank, participating in camp activities, good cit-
izenship and other recent accomplishments.
Webelos Will Sanchez and Ash Lanier were recognized for
being one step away from the Arrow of Light award.
Morgan Johnson leads the Scouts surprised leader Steve Hutton with a birthday cake
openg ceremony Pak after the meeting, and Scouts and other leaders sang "Happy
opening ceremony at Pack Birthday." For more information about Scouting, e-mail coke-
170 Awards Night. hut@digital.exp, or call 209-2818.

Kyle Morgan is presented
a trophy for hitting the
bullseye in archery.

Morgan Johnson pins his Steve Hutton is surprised with a birthday cake by son Austin Livingston receives a
mother, Jenny, part of Hunter and Bear Scout leader Mary Ann Hutton. progress toward rank bead,
receiving Bob Cat ranking. All photos contributed as mom Karen looks on.

American Legion Post 272 Women's Auxiliary

sending care packages to deployed soldiers

The American Legion
Post 272 Women's
Auxiliary of Blountstown is
putting their care-package-
sending experience to good
use, helping those who
want to send packages to
deployed soldiers, but don't
know how.
The goals are to make
supporting the troops easier
for people that don't have
any affiliation with the mil-
itary (family, friends, etd.)
that want to help our troops.
Care packages will be sent
to deployed soldiers in all
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Jackson County Floridan Tuesday, October 28, 2008 3A

SES student wins district
fire prevention contest

Sneads Elementary School's Haley Stone poses
with Division of Forestry representatives, Aaron
Kincaid and Rodger Avriett. Haley was chosen as
her school's winner and the Jackson County dis-
trict-wide winner in the Fire Prevention Safety
Poster Contest. Contributed photo

Victory Christian

announces honor roll
Victory Christian Academy in Sneads recently
announced the first quarter honor roll.
A Honor Roll Lyrik Barnes, Equasha Colley, Elijah
Conrad, Heidi Conrad, Rachael Conrad, Justiri Cowart,
Jalon Daniels, Carlin Dilmore, Antwon Harris, James
Holton, Samatha Holton, Tyson Johnson, Jarid Kutchey,
Lamont Major, Austin Martin, Ryder McDaniel, Abigail
Melvin, Malik Moneyham, Hunter Murkerson, Hunter
Neel, Codi Nixon, Corey O'Bryan; Andrea Pelham, Anna-
Lisa Potter, William Potter, John Rosenberger, Austin
Schmidt,. Dalton Schmidt, Grace Schmidt, Olivia
Thompson and J.T. Wilson.
B Honor Roll Michael Childress, Aron Hobbs,
Timothy Long and Dalton Matthews.


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VA hospital leads in treating war injuries


TAMPA Dr. Steven
Scott had never seen sol-
diers with these kinds of
wounds. Burns combined
with head injuries, shat-
tered limbs and lacerations
from flying shrapnel.
They began arriving at
the James A. Haley VA
Medical Center in 2003,
and their numbers rose as
the Iraq invasion spawned a
vicious insurgency with a
new weapon, the roadside
bomb, or IED, improvised
explosive devise.
"These were catastrophic
injuries," said Scott, 58,
chief of physical medicine
and rehabilitation at the
Tampa VA center. "We had
to change our way of treat-
ing people." So he began to
reach through the barriers
that separated the hospital's
medical disciplines.
Scott pulled together
teams of therapists, neurol-
ogists, orthopedists and
others into the beginnings
of what would become a
new model of care for
wounded soldiers.
Instead' of each doctor
seeing patients separately
and coming 'up with sepa-
rate diagnoses and treat-
ments, doctors, nurses and
therapists began combining
their knowledge to sort
through the complications,
often gathering around the
soldiers' bedsides.
In a medical world
defined by specialization,
the collaboration came nat-
urally to Scott. He's an
osteopathic doctor, trained
to work holistically.
"As you start to look at
people holistically, you
have to look at every type
of problem they have," he,
Today, he leads the VA's
Polytrauma Rehabilitation
Center in Tampa, one of
five across the country ded-
icated to treating the most
severely wounded soldiers
from Iraq and Afghanistan.'
The idea for the centers
began with a group of doc-
tors and. therapists at the.
small conference table in
Scott's windowless office
in the hospital.
"We needed everyone to.
be involved with this,"

Scott said.
The son of a veterinarian,
Scott was drawn to this
kind of collaborative medi-
cine from the beginning of
his career, he said. Its goal
was simply to help people
heal and live their lives.
"To me that's what it was
all about....Isn't that what
we're all about in this
Scott served his residen-
cy in physical medicine
and rehabilitation at the
Mayo Graduate School of
Medicine, in Rochester,
Minn., 'and spent eight
years at the Mayo clinic
before coming to the
Tampa veterans hospital in.
He was always busy, but
since the Iraq casualties
began arriving; "it's been
full-speed, 24/7," said hos-
pital spokeswoman
Carolyn Clark.
"The important thing to
understand is that we are in
a war, Scott said. "We
know that-as the war on ter-
ror continues, we are going
to see even more of these
(blast) injuries in .the
future. "
In 2003, when the first
Iraq soldiers began coming
to Haley, the great fear was
a terrorist with a container
of anthrax, or some other
deadly chemical, Scott
said. The blast injuries
caught doctors unaware,
even though for decades,
fighters from Ireland to
Lebanon have been waging
war by planting explosives
in public places.
. "When we first started to
see these injuries we went,
to' the medical literature
and there wasn't much'
written about'.them," Scott
said. "Nobody, was, doing
any kind of research.... I
was overwhelmed."

Cascade Of Injuries

n 2004, then-Florida
Sen.. Bob Graham asked
Scott how he could help the-
hospital deal with these'
new cases. He proposed
legislation that shifted
-resouices to the Tampa vet-
erans hospital for:a center.
to study blast injuries.
"We [copied] thousands
of pages of research and
got people all over the hos-

Dr. Steven Scott checks on Sgt. Garry Thompson (cq) in the rehab room at the James
Haley VA Hospital Thursday. Scott Iskowitz/ The Tampa Tribune

pital reading," Scott said.
Bombs have been used
for hundreds of years to kill
people in war. The. bomb-
ings in Iraq and
Afghanistan would have
killed more soldiers, if not
for advances in military
body armor and battlefield
In the cascade of injuries
people suffer in explosions,
Scott said, the most fear-
some and complicated is
head trauma. Scott calls it
the "signature wound" of
the Iraq war because it
affects so, many soldiers
and affects nearly every
aspect of their treatment
and rehabilitation.,
It's one' thing to heal
someone to the point Where
he can take a shower on his
own. But imagineithe' sol-
dier getting into a' shower
and not knowing what to do
with the soap.
As the' specialists at
Haley talked about, the
myriad effects'of blasts on
the body, they envisioned'a
wholenew kind of rehabil-,
itation center, one .devoted
-to polytrauma. ,Soon the,
VA created polytrauma
rehabilitation. centers in
Tampa and three other
cities, Richmond, Va.,
Minneapolis, and Palog
Alto, Calif. Since then a

fifth has opened in San
"This is new territory in
the practice of medicine,"
said Michael Kussman,
retired Army brigadier gen-
eral, doctor and the VA's
undersecretary for health.
The VA "is seeing heart-
breaking and extremely
difficult cases, but we also
are seeing remarkable suc-
cess stories."
On any given day, Haley
has about 20 polytrauma
patients; about 400 have
come to the center over the
past five years. The multi-
ple specialists and thera-
pists who see them share
one goal: To help the sol-
diers go home. with as
much control over their
lives as possible.
Many have' none when
they arrive. ..
When Army Sgt. Garry
Thomps6n entered the hos-
pital, Scott didn't expect to
ever see him on his feet.
S-Thompson, 41, with. a
military police, company in
Afghariistan, was shot
through the spine by a
would-be suicide bomber,
who was. killed before he
could. detonate' his explo-
Thompson had no idea
how badly he was injured
until he saw the blood trail-

ing out of his body as one
of his troops dragged him
to safety.
But after less than five
months at Haley, he is get-
ting ready to go home, to
Cocoa Beach. The key has'
been a non-stop work
schedule ,in the hospital's
gym,' which is full of high-
tech rehabilitation equip-
ment including a wheel-
chair that works merely on
puffs of air through a straw.

Expecting The

One of Scott's jobs is to
keep the soldiers pushing.
"We get to go home at
night," he' said. "But these
people are still here. And
when they wake up at .3
a.m. and. can't think or
don't know why they
should keep going, they
need something, any little
thing to. keep them stretch-
During Thompson's
treatment, Scott learned
that he loved the Green Bay'
Packers, so. he began
quizzing him on famous
plays'and player statistics.
"He helped me with my
memory skills without me
ever knowing it,"
Thompson said.
Thompson swore .to

Scott that he was going to
walk out of the hospital.
Scott was skeptical. But
one day recently,
Thompson met Scott in the
hospital's gym to show him
what he could do.
Sitting in a wheelchair,
Thompson positioned a
walker to help him stand
up. Scott teased him, in his
gentle but prodding way, as
Thompson fumbled at first
to get the walker in place.
"I don't want to put any
pressure on you but
Christmas is pretty good in
the hospital."
Thompson lifted himself
up and slowly, moved one
leg forward, then the other.
"Keep coming," Scott said,
studying Thompson's feet
as he took another step, and
another, leaning heavily bn
the walker.
Thompson couldn't use
his ankles to control his
feet, but with persistence,
Scott predicted, he'd
reawaken those neural con-
nections, as he did the con-
nections that enabled him
to regain the use of his legs.
"Now here's your chal-
lenge," Scott said after
Thompson had:gone about
15 feet. "In another year, I
want you to come back and
run to me."
In addition to the chal-
lenge, Scott had a gift for
Thompson his pick .of
one of four collector
Packer trading cards, Bart'
Starr, Herb Adderley, Jim
Tayl'or and Paul Hornung.
They came from Scott's
personal collection.
Thompson grinned like a,
kid, flipping from card to
Scott said he's con-
vinced Thompson will
soon be free of his walker.
"He's going to walk inde-
pendently. I know that. But
I want more than that.:
"These are exceptional
people," he says. "I don't
think America understands
how exceptional these peo,
ple are. (In combat) we ask
them to do impossible
things, and they do it. So
why not in rehab?"

a staff writer for The
Tampa Tribune.,

Escaped monkeys make mischief on ranch
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Ray Clark first noticed
corn vanishing at an alarm-
ing rate from deer feeders
on his 600-acre Polk
County ranch.
Then he discovered
someone or some thing
tampered with the
switches and knobs on his
tractors, draining the batter-
ies on both..
The tiny footprints
helped unravel the mystery.
The remaining patas mbn-
keys that escaped from
nearby Safari Wild in April
have turned to his property
for a refuge from trappers, a
reliable source of food and,
it appears, a playground.
"You don't think about
monkeys in this part of
Florida," said Clark, a
retired agriculture teacher
from Plant City High
School. "It's really pretty.
funny, actually."
,Safari Wild owners Lex
Salisbury and Stephen
Wehrmann are hopeful the
monkeys will all be cap-
tured, but state wildlife offi-.
cials said the most elusive
could become permanent
residents-of the area.
The Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conservation
Commission ended its
investigation of the monkey
escape; Two warnings were
issued to Safari Wild's
owners, but no fines, said

Gary Morse, a fish and
wildlife spokesman.
Morse said Thursday that
warnings are a common
punishment for first-time
animal escapes,, though he
admits the monkey incident
is unique.
About a month ago,
Morse reviewed Safarit
Wild's history and found no
other animal escapes from
the yet-to-open exotic-ani-
mal park.
The monkey: escafie led
to .particularly intense
scrutiny of Salisbury, who
is president and CEO of
Lowry Park Zoo in Tampa. In this photo from an automated camera, monkeys are
Salisbury is on paid leave' shown helping themsles to feeders. Photo Cortesy of
from the zoo while auditors Ray Clark.
determine whether he inap- R
propriately used the zoo's capture," Morse said. "Any quickness and spooky
staff, resources and animals, little disturbance will cause nature. He's never seen one
for Safari Wild. Several zoo them to flee."1. ' closer than 100 yards. The
board members said they Scads of false reports slightest disturbance Sends
didn't know Salisbury have also distracted Safari them bolting for safety.
owned a private exotic-ani- Wild's effort to capture the He reported the.monkey
final park until the media monkeys,: Wehrmann' said. sightings to thei fish and
coverage of the fugitive.pri- Patas 'monkeys .grow .to wildlife officers after going
mates. about 10 pounds, and are through several hundred
Six months ago, 15 patas the fastest runners of any pounds of corn in his deer
monkeys swam off a man- primate, teaching speeds of feeders during the' past few
made island days' after nearly 35 mph. months.
arriving at Safari Wild and "People don't know what -"I don't think ;they
bolted into nearby swamp they are," said Wehrmann, a believed me:' Clark said.
and ranch land. Four adult St. Petersburg- veterinarian. "No interest at all."
monkeys a d one baby "People think they ,are So Clark installed game
remain on thi loose. squirrels." cameras near the' deer feed-
The fish and wildlife offi- Clark can vouch for their ers that are triggered by
cials have no role in trap-
ping the monkeys and said Coun
it's up to Safari Wild toCtr Continued From Page 1A
round up the rest.
"They are very hard to the Wiregrass. You just sort bling?

Tool Continued From Page 1A

under way soon.
In this, $2 tickets will be
offered for the, chance to
win four prizes an electric
grill, an oil change, a $50
gas card and two outdoor
sports lounge chairs.
"Buying one tickets gets
your name in the hat for all
four prizes," Jeter said. "If
you win a lesser prize, you
can still put your name back
in for a chance at one of the
bigger ones," Jeter said.
"We think the odds are pret-
ty good for winning some-

The tickets' will go on
sale in December, he said,
and will be offered by
member of the police
department as well as the
fire department.
The raffle will take place
on the day of the Christmas
parade, tentatively set for
Dec.. 19. The fire depart-
ment may also schedule
additional fundraiser events
for parade day. The tool
they're trying to buy costs
in the neighborhood of
$22,500, Jeter said.

ot have to overlook all the
rhetoric and negative dia-
logue and move forward.
"Starting right now, we
are moving 'forward.
There's no going back. This
project will happen," Gilley
Stella Callbway arrived at
the groundbreaking site
more than two hours early
to get a seat on the front
row. She moved here from
Orlando about two years
ago and said she looks for-
ward to seeing all of the
country music acts at
Country Crossing.
"And of course it will
bring jobs here," Calloway
And what about the gam-

'I understand people that
might be against it, but if
you don't want to gamble,
don't go then," she said.
Jim Delman sat near
Calloway, hoping to catch a
glimpse of George Jones.
Delman said he doubted
Jones would remember
him, but he drove Jones to
the Seattle airport after an
impromptu meeting "about
40 years ago."
"Fine fella. easy to talk
to," said Delman, who
moved here from Tampa a
few years ago.
Gilley said heavy equip-
ment will begin moving dirt
next week while planners
complete a plat plan for the

motion detectors. Hunters
and wildlife aficionados use
them to. capture images of
rare species.
It wasn't long before he
had dozens of photos of
patas monkeys climbing all
over the deer feeders and
tinkering with the mecha-
nism that releases the corn..
He was amazed .how
brazen and relaxed the ani-
mals appeared.
"They are smart, very
smart' Clark said.
And troublesome, too.
Clark tried to start his
two tractors about three
weeks ago and nothing hap-
pened. He jump-started
qne, and found it odd that
the lights were on and the
knobs were in strange posi-
The other tractor couldn't
be jump-started. It fired up
after he installed new bat-
teries that cost $180. Again,
the lights were on and
switches were in unusual
He figured it out: the

"It didn't bother me too
bad until I had to start buy-
ing batteries," Clark said.
Around that time Clark's
10-year-old grandson came
up with solution.
The young sportsman
wanted to shoot one of the
monkeys and mount it in
his bedroom.
No, let's not.do that,
Clark told his grandson.
Clark has opted to coex-
ist peacefully with the mon-
He's not sure they'll ever
be captured. and has
become impressed .with
their craftiness. "They've
kind of made themselves at
SSafari Wild staffers con-
tinue to lay out traps with
food to capture the remain-
ing primates.
Will it work? "I just don't
know," Morse said.

staff writer for The Tampa

Cold Continued From Page 1A

(Information provided
by Jackson County Fire

Escaped debris burn-
ing is one of the leading
causes of wildfires ini
Some types of burning
require authorization-from
the Division of Forestry.
Burning yard waste
(defined as grass clip-
pings, brush, leaves, limbs
and other debris resulting
from lawn maintenance)
does not require authori-
zation, but you must fol-
low the rules for your.area
and obey any no-burn.dec-
Check with local, city,
county and state officials
to find out if there are any
restrictions in your area or
no-burn notices in place.
Yard waste to be
burned must fit in an
eight-foot diameter pile or
non-combustible contain-
er. There is a setback

requirement that the burn
pile be at least 25 feet
from forests, 50 feet from
paved public roads, 25
feet from your home, and
150 feet from other occu-
pied buildings.
Piles larger than eight
feet in diameter, require
authorization, and sup-
pression equipment must
be present. There are
additional setbacks- asso-
ciated with larger fires, as
Fires cannot be lit
before 8 a.m. and. must be
out an hour before sunset.
Clear an area down to
bare soil around your burn
pile to prevent fire from
Cover a non-com-
bustible container with
wire mesh to keep sparks
from flying out and start-
ing new fires.
For more fire safety
information, call. 718-

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MERE soccer

season starts

winding down
Senior championship game.
is on the line, tonight
The Marianna Recreation
Department soccer season is
winding down with the champi-
onship game in the senior league
set for Tuesday night at Optimist
In the final week of pee wee
and 'midget league action, there
was lots of improvement shown
from the first week of practice.
Coaches in both leagues praised,
their players' effort and dedica-
tion not only to being at the
games ready to play but showing
up for practice as requested.
In the Midget League, the
Bulldogs Turner Seay had the
lone goal to take a-1-0 shutout of
the Crew.
For the Fire, it was Austin
Torbett and Riley Torbett tag
teaming for two goals in the
Fire's 2-1 win o\er the Eagles.
Ethan Sapp found the back of the
net for the Eagles.
In the second game of the
week, the Bulldogs and
Tornadoes knotted at one goal
with no winner or loser being
declared. Bryce Martin scored
for the Bulldogs while Danny
Rogers picked up the goal for the
The Storm picked up five goals
in their shut out of the Crew.
Garrison Melzer! Aaron
Wilhams, and Christian Nelson
all had one goal with Dylan
Williams scoring two goals.
Dayspring had a 2-0 shut out of
the Sharks with Ryan Redfern
scoring both of their goals.
In the Hurricanes Giants game
it was the Hurricanes with a 5-0
win. Nick had three goals while
Chandler had two (no last names
provided). Garrison Melzer and
Aaron Williams both scored two
goals. each -with Dylan Williams
adding a goal in the Storm's 5-0
shut out of the Giants in their sec-
ond game of the week.
The Fire rallied behind the foot
of Austin Torbett for two goals,
with Riley Torbett and'Jacob
Chabot adding a goal each in the
Fire's 4-0 shut out of the Tornados.
For the Sharks, it was Adin
Domen with three goals in the 3-
0 shut out of the Bulldogs.,
In the Pee Wee league, it was
the Cobras with a 5-0 win over
the Scorpions. Caleb Torbett
picked up two goals with Brady
Donaldson, Izec Isabella and Ben
Wiggins adding one goal each.
The Mystics outlasted the
Panthers 4-2 with Sami
Almaswaki scoring three goals
while Wesley Pippin added the
final goal. For the Pantiers it was
Cameron Porter and, Dakota
Granthan with one goal'each.
The Mystics and the Cyclones
ended in a 4-4 tie. For the
Cyclones it was Blaine Hewett
with two go4ls, followed by5
Jarroh 'Southwell and Tadge
Clenney with one goal each. '
Standings for the pee wee and
riiidget leagues willbe in a future edi-
tion of the Floridan.

Runners fly by as they head out onto the course at the Panhandle Cross Country Meet Saturday in Marianna. Mark Skinner/Floridan

MHS hosts cross-country meet

Several loal runners post personal bests

The Marianna High School
Cross Country Team hosted the
Panhandle Cross Country Meet
.on Saturday at Bulldog Stadium
with 26 teams from the surround-
ing areas competing to be the first
to cross the finish line. : '
For the Marianna team, five
runners finished in the top 100
out of 177 individual runners.-
Finishing in the number 64 spot
was Mike Davis with a time of

17:59.64. .
Just a few seconds behial
Davis was Ethan Perdue in tthe
number 68 spot with an 18:11.43
Less than five seconds separat-
ed the next three runners, all from
Chris Washington was in thI~
number 85 spot with a time qf
18;46.76, with Joseph Gibson on
his heels at 18:48:24 in the .86
spot and Nathan McGowen at
18:49.47. .
In the 5K open run. Ricky
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Morales finished 94th with a time
of 21:49.08.
Robert Peacock completed his
run in the 112th spot with a time
of 23:27.08 while Skyler Gause
came in at 23:32 in the number
117th spot.
Finishing 122nd was Jonathan
Biggs while Dustin. Whitehead
-crossed the line in the 129th spot.
For the girls, Samantha Arroya
placed 106 out of 137 runners.
with a time of 25:02, setting her
own personal record. On the boys
side. Coach Alan Gibson said all

boys either set a personal record
or tied their best record yet.
The Bulldogs beat all of their
district rivals except- Godby.
The Bulldogs next contest
comes October 31 in Tallahassee
for the Tallahassee City
On November 8 the Dogs will
travel to Pace for district competi-
tion, A spot in the top six will
sendd them to Regionals in

Sneads is No.1 entering districtplay MHS varsity and JV volleyball
teams end season with wins

Seniors have anchored the Lady Pirates, coach says

The Sneads High School Lady
Pirates volleyball team will enter
district competition Tuesday
night in Cottondale as the number
one seed.
Coach Sheila Roberts has high
hopes for her squad this year after
finishing 7-1 in district play with
a 16-9 overall record.
Sneads will face the winner of
the Bozeman-Altha game sched-
uled for Morday evening.
Roberts says her three seniors
have anchored the team this year
and have done a remarkable job.
"They have done a great job this
year, and with every group being
a little different this one is, too,"
Roberts said. "They are very
quiet, reserved, mature and calm.
They take that mature attitude
onto the court and it shows. They
have been great team players."
Seniors on the squad are Mattie
Collins, Samantha Culpepper and
Allison McDaniel. -
Sneads also has four players
making the top ten in the Big
Bend list of talented volleyball
players. Junior Tiffany Guerra is
number one in assists for the Big

The Sneads Lady Pirates varsity volleyball team is from the left,
Caitlin McCaffrey, Miranda Couillette, Tiffany Guerra, Bridget
Dawson, Ashley Smith and Sierra Hewett. Back row, Kara Alford,
Kayle Rabon, Meagan Smith, Mattie Collins, Samantha Culpepper,
Allison McDaniel and Aleisha Edenfield. Mark Skinner/Floridan

Bend while Megan Smith, also a
junior, is number three in kills.
Mattie Collins ranks number five
in kills while Allison McDaniel is
number two in blocks.
A win in Tuesday night's 7 p.m.

tip off game will put the Lady
Pirates in the district champi-
.onship game on Thursday.
All district games are being
held in Cottondale.

The Marianna High School
volleyball team ended its regular
season on a winning note with a
road victory in Wewa for both
varsity and junior varsity.
In junior -varsity, action, the
girls took only tvwo games to
claim the win.
Game one was 25-9 with game
two 25-16. Leading the wiay for
the Lady Dogs was Allison
Hutton with 17 service points and'
seven aces. Right on her heels
was Bailey Harkins with 15 serv-
ice points and nine aces. Hannah
Shouppe picked up five service
points with three aces, followed
by Kayla Pittman with five serves
and two aces. Defensively for the
Lady Bulldogs, it was Megan
Gardner and Cayce .Griffin :with
two kills each on the e\cning.
In varsity action, the Lad5
Bulldogs took only three game,
to pick up a solid victory against
the Lady Gators.
Game one was a lopsided 25-7
win with game two at 25-10 and
25-12 for game three.
Krista Griffin led the Lady
Bulldogs with 18 serves, seven,
aces and had 43 assists. Eron
Milton was next in line with 14
serves and seven aces, followed

closely by Taylor Smith with 13
service points and five aces.
Jordan Sonaglia was the leader on
defense with nine spikes and five
kills, followed closely by Randa
Hickman with nine attacks and
four kills. Janna Hinson picked
up eight spikes and five kills.
Meaghan Hinson and Ciara Ham
both recorded three spikes and
two kills each. Hickman and
Janna Hinson also had two blocks
The win' brought the Lady
Bulldogs record to 15-3 including
two wins in the pre-season classic
and a 4-0 district record.

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Chipola cross country snags 3rd

Team succeeds on a "tough and hilly CHLPOLA
course"inAtlanta, coach says

MARIANNA-The Chipola College Women's
Crdss Country team finiished.third in the recent
Southern Cross Country Challenge hosted by
Chattahoochee Technical C.ollege near Atlanta.
Seven teams competed in the JLiCO division with-
five eligible for. scoring. 'Chipola finished third
behind first-place Darton College and second place
Gordon College. Head coach Rance Massengill says,
"While no Chipola runners recorded a personal best,
the team recorded its first team place finish on a very
tough and hilly course."
The Chipola team also has competed in larger
meets in Pensacola and Titusville. This is Chipola's
second season of women's cross country. Returning
members include sophomores: Taylor Guy, Taylor
Dover, Ellen Manor and Laura Day: India Hatcher is
the only freshman.
The team finishes the season Oct. 18 in the Coach The Chipola College Women's Cross Country team finished third in the recent
"O" invitational at Troy University.. Southern Cross Country Challenge hosted by. Chattahoochee Technical College
Coach Massengill encourages Chipola and local near Atlanta. Members are,- from left: (front) Taylor Dover, India Hatcher,
high school students to try out for the te4m. Taylor Guy, Laura Day, Ellen Manor, and (back) coach Rance Massengill. -
For information, call 850-718-2440. Contributed Photo

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The 16th Annual Altrusa
Golf Tournament at the
Indian,Springs Golf Course
has been rescheduled for
Oct. 30.
Registration is at 12 p.m.,
with a shotgun start at 1
There will be a four-per-
son scramble, a modified
handicap and 18 holes. The
cost is $65 per person
(includes greens fee, golf
cart, lunch).
There wil be prizes for
hole-in-one, top three
teams,. closest to the pin,
longest drive and more. Call
Jay James (526-3197/209-
3068) Kathy Milton (482-
7788/209-8013) or Indian
Springs Golf Course Pro
Shop (482-8787).
Proceeds fund Altrusa
community projects.

The Chipola College
Cheer Fest set for Oct. 26
has been rescheduled to
Feb. 8, 2009.
Entry forms are available
at www.chipola.edu under
"Athletics," "Cheerleaders"
and "Cheer Fest."
Interested coaches should
contact DeFelix at 850-718-
2322 or e-mail: defe-

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

Girls Bowling
Kindel Lane and Girl
Scouts invite girls from
grades 4-8 to be a part of
four girls bowling teams
that will play every other
Monday from 3:45 p.m. to
6:30 p.m.
Bowling begins Oct. 27.
For more information, call
Chris Owens at 850-544-

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i 4'x17" $80 850-866-. ,4. Near Maranna Joyce /Garb/Sewage Inc. NO GRANT Stratos '96 Bass Boat, $26,000 OB, 334-432- 6222.
1700 'u 1Fold '00 Tractor. 5 If. Riley Real Estate 850- PETS! (850) 92-8129. 850-526-8367 OR 115hp Johnson Fast 0890
Sbushnog 6 t boe 209-7825 850-526-2346 tart Shed kept, exc. I
Stuffed t Mounted Bar- -~ p blaoe., 5100. Call 134- 2&3 BR MH W/D, condo *5500, 334-585- IT
Ybu huld fully racudda 3%' long $65 791 o .CH/A, water lawn- PRICED TO SELL 2191 IN THE CLASSIFIEDS
850 866 1700 FR 6U 2191
investintterioa te pa Bu s ies rU 700 Blue Poer garb.incl. 1st/last/s- I T ASSF
ground of any company Table oval dinette ta- Special $14.00 0 Dogde Gbambler 098 19 foot
p1l-u.pa.)lng %Tee.. ble,2chairs sturdy, 15004-door pick-up. FSBO:6AC.0FlyntHSubd. 2 & 3BRMobileHomesbasn tl Pmari-
,r oncean w ca. on if nre at condition, ' SB:6C. Flynt S 2 & 3BR 4303 Homes
you ae asedtosend$12,910. gray, exc cond. ntMathis Dr. Near Merri- tfor Rent in Cottondale. 11 n gambler trailer,
a to 65 0-56-3 Mas D. Nr Me- fr Ret in like new 200.334-
money or in calling 334-701-1836 tts Mill Pond. $45K 904- $350 & up Call 850-557-792-2458
Snumbers. Table, solid ine dining Gandy 4 rowinsecticide 993-1620 5057 Mako'97_Model191-19',
All numbers prefixed by table, 60" x 3", with T applicator w/double 3/ 2 C H/A $450-$500 150 HP Mercury live
"900- are chargedto high-backbench, $60 boxes, for two chemi- per month, C'dale.No well, Bilge pump, $9,000 '
callers a per-minute 850-526-3365. Free to good home, kit calls mounted on tool p.85 8- 080. Wi trade. Call
or er-call bas s. Some tens, Litter trained 850- bar. Good condition., SPORTSCRAFT 70, 30 334-718-1550
S ea s e Twin size bed, $5075.0, 334-718-155
of tbhescalls are tho Twin sze 1 50-$. 594-9905 $500. 229-758-3146 3/2 Cottondale water, ft. 440 Chyr engine
numbers outside of the 850-209-6142 ood 3/1.5, Marianna, 1st + bugspy, garb, sewae good crailion. $5. Mako 77 center con-
United Statnes a teps FREE TO GOOD HOME John Deere 5103, 44HP, dep. 1 yr lease. No $550/ mo. + 550 sec. 080 3314681-465 sole, 20ft, 200HP evin-
United States & expen- ." 3/mo.$55 0 sMo.c 5 sole, 3 3 -7 ..56. 20
sive international rates Part Burmese kittens ake box blade, 140 smoking/pets. Appl.re. NoPets.850-352-4869. rude, excellent shape,
are chirjed to your wormedshots, litte hrs. $9800 850-209-4266 850-762-3252. v ms $6000obo,334-585-689 G3Eagle 170 '08 90HP

probclyos!pYr ee $125 33 655 064 85 -4 l in M aria nna. Kitchen 9884 or2BA D W MH557 3Full info @ w w w .inf- er w / side. 30ler $4750 334 -596 S r fl
THIS PUBLICATION msg. 4 up 4BR, 3.5 bath. $42 ,000. Laten '03 Camper Trail- Loaded. Like new. Gal-
makes every effort to 3x9x40 Telco Rifle Located on Davis Street security neg., 850-569- Full info @ www.inf- er w/ slide. 30 ft. Fully vanized trlr..6 mo old,
list the charges for the Scope $125 080 850- W'1 in Marianna. Kitchen 9884 or 850-557-3343 otube.net #195636 self contained. $6900 Looks new. $13,500 obo

Business Bureau is an $ 9pm. Leave message. Russ Rd. $850/mo. 850- hrs, 2 much 2 list GPS/- 1694
reader. Remember, f 597719after8pm John DeereTrak, 445 3BR/liances included. 33468526-7-2975 4 I M 3 G3 03 1756 Cene
3inv Im, old, erman made, PET 0 Turn Lawn Mower 23 35 ac. NO P !Lrg Yea Grand Ridge 850-S92-askin 3/2 with 2 car gara 1p

1-800-824-5274 hp, 54 in. cut, 60 hrs., CH&A $750/mo (850) FREE months rent .*, -rahaTolling Mo
too ood toe trueit. Free to good home: shcaw room clea, 527-6060 3772w/571mo. lease: ,' Bt or. De indr.

camping cots. $10 for newborn hamsters $3850, 334-7264780 525Mobile beHomes twe& Du6pm Bnga
probabyis!Year ts0ck6-t4G.eat Py onhsmpupp5as 3weeps, &l ease.l 04/ 0a an 4 SeaRay 90 220 DA 244 377A 150 fast strekeea

prousinessurBetters an 80-6929 rea 10/3155 2 3 34-85-218 9 ee me e 38R 2BA DW MH, on 850-593-9130 cruiser w/iler. Low taller. $4750 334- o59- o L L
Excellent source-of a .-.,,- _..- ., :h R uss Rd.. $850/mo. 850- br, 2 much1 2istGPS/ 1604
in 3BR/BA COONDALE SEA RAY2-87 265 Sedan Hunter 2004 3062975 Finder. Exe cond.like mi
Sa a I John D ere r a$ 3CDL asking15K33447-279 G3'03 1756Cener
334-7:985055i4o. 2 MNavy L 0 Tarn Lawn Mower, 23 35 ac. Lrg shed/deck Con so eirdmo65 0pi

Snewborn hamsters, 38 334726-4780 Mobile Homesinupon request. Chaparral84198XL 185gret
/ D 850526-3426 ready 10/31 850-573-. 3BR2BA Foreclosed lotsavail. Blue coo850-653-8147. Lv Evin with trailer
l in i 0826[home Only $33,900! Springs MH Park, 4 8
coee table, white r 2t- Must Sell! For listings Marianna. Water/s-- __
LOST: Yellow/white tanFR w/glass top $149 FB2 800-570-8898ext3e ewag ne n ine, n 2 Ms $35 008 33 4.493936HP
neut male catMain St 850592-8769. incl /-4 Cot ie82-406 ,
90 in Cypress RE- '. "/ JACKSON FARMS 4bed/2ba, bank foreclo- Hunter 200430, like chometqr, humming-

80-53-502MERCHANDISE ONLY ARM wnbucke pped$128%apr)500stingI 0 Joe, FL great wekenLORIDAN
WA : YOU LEA-5 -4 2pcNavyi or Bu e form lq wNOWcE su re Ol y-o ete E 8baseement lerHe06 trollingmotor, 6 lioJavin 6r mfoot boat, 90ng
8505UTTHAT nu..J ers 7dy/wk. 592-5579. 800-570-8898X1 ter lawnma t. $59K 475 + Dep. ond. $10,00. 334-790- FL great weekend 010

B yourowebukGARAGE, i8.$9oo.)ea.oeLa sting 3BR HUD home! $213 77 M-754 --n7 t97-t309- ---alr for the f0aWol ing area in
e OYFirk592-5850-18-6641 7371.M e EARN EXTRAetawy, Detailed picsBE
2228R2 Dr 97u PriC;ate, 1/2&c. NdBa Nw2.5 Mastercraft '88 17ft, 75 $70K 850-653-8147. Lv Evinrudeowith trailer
C Checkout 4I 0PrOiate, 1/2 ac. 229R/2.5g .FERS HP Mercury, live-well, M g $3500. 334-693- 9360
assiftheds@j Ece Classifieds I, Nopet Delieries between Early morning hours. Must have
$370/mo.+ $250 dep. T'dpth fish finder, foot
CLASSIFIED R in na Houe- C ottondale. Triton 2005 1753Crapm control, trolling motor. .
S2 L n P t /MAin re-taril s nda 3- 8502092102. pie mercury 6 iHP wn m as $4000 new$3000.

$45850-56-3426 i Gri i a combines -1580 & 1500, (850)209-3591 secretarialor administrative work, including iS a p a vali rivr' lic ns
SADS:P ets OK-$350 month wells, rand bt &well l ves 334-85- JACKSON COUN ;
sL- UNDER $200 s850- 890-2070 of storage, fully Marquis 77 w/1990re-
alltn dc VerynkeZBR. 2/1.5w/office, until. rm, 80-547-3484 after 6PM trollingmotor& shFLO I DAN

.QCoormmQ Me ( 2eox n dwy 475-3 272A8gA MariannaFlorida andaskforJOE
oLE mti-colo rs, $3 ou85sscreened fron-tback SWEETWATER 94, 2ft. nder475-3272 o

Bag of boys clothing 526-3365.
Y ULE ANHE nap e%.W2Sa il P iz Sewer/wal 'concrete basement, ler, '06 trolling motor, Javin16 foot boat, 90
OUT THAT C oHrs u0 I aw MaL $59K080850-5268264 with extras $8000 34- HPJohnson.$3500334- a newspaper carrier
S GARAGE, 158. $900. ea. Felo I. I 3BRHUDhome$213 775-7548 797-0309. fr the following area in
ready. 334-714-7412. 550 d .N mo p et 4% down 30 yrs @ "o
Elvis Plate Heart Break SHED, OR :o ay% downgs 30 : Jackson County
866-17Hotel0 50Firm0SPAREROOM Reduced to $10,900, 800-570-8898ext.F478 EARN EXTRA
CALL, FAX, 850-866-2774 4/2 brick house on 10CAMPBELLTON
l F .LIAN7 EMAIL OR GO 2000 29hp Agracar RI ,/Pmum Ed MOB ac, with pond in Alford, Earnupt
Tractor,.4WD,.y $149,9002/2 house in ..
Br, Tractor.4WD,Koyker
rONLINE 160 FrontEnd Loader, "Eogevvooo Apts. iurn. I l1-HoOlk/Rzil Alford, a 79,5 73. Owner/.-96
anr e Washer & trailer, asking 8500, BR duplex apts. Free 1BR MH Partially ur 9-667-5339.
FrOLNFrnEnLoesherO&p. IBR MH Partially turn,
Dryer $175850-557- PH: 850-526-3614 or 334-588-0323,477-3152 laundry, water, sewage $300/mo or sell for 4B/2BA on ly$30,000.M 6 0
rc &n a 592-4793. $.9- Fp r ei ht e d Mhafteragas
2262 800-779-2557 2002 John Deere 9970 c-a .all 80 -720-1i1A S A ont
FAX: 850-42-4478 Cotton Picker 4 Row. i 7330 800-720-1316 x2311
BY P.O. BOX 520l 1520 engine hours. 1040 ,1Rul, T .F .J ___ NEWSPAPERCARRIERY
MARIANNA, FL 32447 fan hours. Sed kept E e
PIn] TUR, classifieds@jc- Excellent Condition, ExeEdive Seotaw Deliveries between Early morning hours. Must have
v r floridan.com 334-403-0569 2 & 3BR APARTMENTS Must have a high school diploma or GED, dependable transportation,
Very sturdy twin stroll 2 t& MOBILE HOMES FOR including or supplemented by course work 1:00 am & 6:00 am.
:45-0-~52-426er"Holdsupto a ge 5 "Life Gear InversionTa- C 2 Liiliston Peanut RENTT 525-$650/MO in secretarial sciences, and 3-5 yrs exp. in Must have dependable minimum liability insurance
ble $99 OBOask for albieso 'on (850)209-3591 secretarial or administrative work, including valid driver's license.
$4 Chari 8- 87 also 4- Long" drying \ significant computer and budget ax erience ationnvalidr car .
_' Chrlie850-59-86 _wons.334-774-1247_ Affordable HUD homes! or any equivalent combinationofrain
5 BR from $278/me! and axp. which provides the ied knwl .. ',
hi.h i ni J..4425J.D Combine Both Must see (4% dwn, 30- ad skills and abilities. Starting salary application athe
Cooler w/utensils $35- Heads, 7 Peerless dry- yrs@8%apr)For Listing Must have a valid FL drivers an ac aton at the
Books, Left Behind, $45 850-209-6142 'ers, KMC four row shak- Call 00-570-8898x 1774 license prior to employment application at' the 4403 Constitution Lane,
hardback, l-12w/dust P Plant Pothos Climbing er& Bahia seed exc.
covers, pd $140 want ,Plant. 5' tall xs6' bottom germ 334-266.5907 or Now taking applica- Submit Jackson County employment applica- Jackson County Floridan Marianna, FL or call
$70, 850-593.6418. New cir. Needs winter home. -355-2803 tons 1,2,3 BR, also 1 BR tion to the Human Resources Dept., 2864 -
5 handicap. Pet friendly, Madison 5t., Mariann, FL 32448. PH482-9633.-
2 20 Ford2000Tractor, gas, call for details. 850-593- Deadline to al is-03-2008. Marianna, FLlorida and ask for JOE
Cl IP'( Rug, area rug (71/2' x new paint, many new 5137. Equal Housing Op-
51/2'), brown with parts, 334-299-3102" portunity Druo-Fe WorkpicEOE/V.Pref/ADA/AA
Bag of boys clothing, 526-3365.
sizes 4-6; $15 850-482-
8001. m
Gold Prom Dress, sz 4,
war once $200 OBO

Brother Fax/Copier/Sc-
anner/Message Center
$125 850-866-1700

Playstation 2 w/2 con- C
850-447-4488 FL Deptl of

.io i o nstos pox S indicated Content
2 Dolphin living room 5312Graceville, FL
77s1$10' (850)263-2355
_e EEO/AA 'Available from Commercial News Providers
each 850-866-1700 FOOD SERVICE
2 Mermaid end tables, Must have a high
1 Mermaid coffee ta- school diploma or
ble $175 850-866-1700 GED with 1-2 years
of institutional
Aluminum porch chuh experience in pre-
w/3 dbl cushions $25 paring food for
850-866-1700 large numbers of
Bed, full bed set. Cherry people. Salary:
finish with mattresses. 17236.00yr.
Great condition $200. Submit Jackson
334-272-2031 County employ-
ment application
Cherrywood table w/i- to: Human
%lay of tan wood/ginge- Resources Dept.
bread. $125 2864 Madison St,
8508661700 Marianna, FL.
Desk, vintage, solid oak
right-arm student desk Deadne to aDply
with book rack, $75. is 11/10/08.
Drug Free Work-
Home made wood place EOE/V.Pre-
porch end table w/shelf f/ADA/AA
515 850-866-1700


Montana 02' 5th wheel REDUCED t
camper, 32.5 ft. 2 slides, '03 Class A Monoco La S
mounted space heater, Palma. 2 slides. IV/ E
new 4000 Onan bath. Loaded! Incl. car HARLEY DAVIDSON'08
generator w/inside re- dolley & all furnishings HARLEY DAVIDSON '08
mote, $25k OBO, 850- (dishes, towels, etc.) Fat Bob Pearl Blue, 6-
(dishes, towels, etc.) spd 2000 miles, excel-
Chaparral 210 SSI '05, 593-6946 $75K. 334-790-3480. sp. condition. lots of
Yellow, 260 hp, bimini Maco'06 5th wheel PRICE REDUCED extras, 2YR warranty,
top, galvanized trailer, w/slideout, used lyr by Lexington '06 29ft,3 $14,500 OBO. Call 334-
custom cover, garage non-smoker, can be slides, full body paint 441- 6962.
stored, only 20 hours, seen at 2469 El Bethel 11K miles, like new.
many extras. Like new. Church Rd. GR. $19K $55,000 fim. More nfo
$25,900, 334-475-3883. 850-593-6058 $334-703-2500 in
Boston Whaler '73 re- Keystone Hornet '03,27
stored, 13 foot sport ft, no smoke/pets, very =.,L
with 2 40 HP Mercu- clean, has a suer slide, Harley Davidson
ry motor. $4,900 OBO. below wholesale 5$7900 .08 Road KIT.
334-714-2419 561-758-7484(Altha,FL) Crimson Red,

ci Jayco'"0" Eagle,5th 6-spd. 675 miles,
wheel, 291RLTS, 3 excellent condi-
Sslides, with covers, tion. warranty,
electric awnin d 35K, HOLIDAY RAMBLER '96 334-618-9828l
selling for health rea- EndeavorW/B 37',1

with water font view new. $15,000, 334-701-
Lake Eufaula $19,000 Holiday Rambler '02, 3258.
BAYLINER '05185BR, in- OBO 334-793-0021. diesel pusher, 2 slides,
board, white / blue, Au- outside ent. center, HD'03 1200 Sportster,
to. 6-cyl. 200 hours, Forest River Surveyor loads of extras, no 100th Anniv Ed, w/
Loaded, MP3, AM/FM, '06 30ft. Travel Trailer, smoke, no pets, 38K shield, bags, Tandem
runs well, very clean, self-contained, sleeps mi., Must Sell! $68,500 seat w/ backrest, 7500
Great cond. $13,900, 8, excellent cond., OBO, (850) 638-7920 or miles. Exc. cond. $5500,
334-709-4298. $16,995,334-792-5151 or 850-596-8475 .334-449-0015.
Bassboat w/trailer, Fourwinds '08 Chateau HD'06 Heritage Softtail
1984 Astroglass Pro FleetwoodProwler'04 Sport Class C, 28 ft. Classic. White, 5-spd.,
Craft. 150HP Merc. 5thwheel,25ft,bunk- Workhorse Chassis 6.0L 1700mi., excellent con-
trolling motor. $2500 house, 1 owner, no Vortec.5578Kmi. no sl. edition. $16,500. Call 334-
850-482-7597 pets/smoker, like new, outs. non-smoker and 406-1999.
gas/elec H20 heater, pet free. $55,000 obo
Aluminum 15ft, fishing $15,200 850-557-1731 i Serioes inquiries only" HD '07 Heritage Softtail
boat, 25HP motor, trail- Reduced!334-522-3652. Classic, exc. cond., 3 yr.
er, trolling motor, fish FLEETWOOD'05 Prowl- warranty, $14,500,
locator. $3000 334-671- er AX6, fifth wheel, 36ft, Fleetwood 2002 Discov- 334-684-0498
2998 4 slides, face, large ery 39ft, 2 slides, 330
P shower, 30/50amp. A HP diesel, very nice Honda'03VTX 1800
real must st: $39,900 $85,000 334-618-8457 Black, Motorcycle. G3r-
minm S 334-687-2994 0 age kept with approx
15,2008504 Dmo In--rue 0 2000 miles. Showroom
Damon pnt ada 00 condition. Backrest /
m -35 ft. Class A design- luggage rack w/ bag,
a er. V-10, 27,917K 2 quick detach wind-
slides, 2 AC, 2 TV's, shield. $8700, 334-445-
I side by side frig w/ 6933.
| ice maker. New tires
STowing pkg. $39,500. Honda '05 Foreman 500,
'95 Hunter 23.5 sailer -334-696-4746. red, warn wench 2.5 ton
w/trailer,'03 5hp Hon-luggage rack, mirrors,
da, 2much2 list, 10k Fleetwood'00 amn thumb bar like new,
OBO, Call 334-806-2822. Prowler Camper, 34ft 15471k mes, A need to se. $4,195 334-
re1. 511Un ouI, 000, ^DK, 1 clirio auminn n 004-ZoU.
IGreat cond., 30,50, 1 side, awning, queen 684-2080.
,reatalt cond $Sebed'sefDamon'97 Daybreak,
Ca 229 3081168. generator, Like new
9 25,000. 229-723-6612
Coachman'99 Royale,
outs, queen bed, sleeps
$2 7- 4, 2 AC units, TV. On a
rental lot on Seminole, Damon 97 Daybreak,
can stay or move.cord o n
86 BAYLINER 29ft. Vol- $13,500. 334-678-7551 e-ow ner 34 ft, 22K HONDA'05 VTX 1300,
vo 260 eng., fully loaded miles, AC, awning, RED, 5000 mile. L war-
w/trailer,low hours Coachman '87 Camp- queen bed, Onan 5K' ranty, Great cond.
$12,500 s7-8169, erft Clean, good generator. $14,900, garage kept, $6,200,
334-703-3138 cond. $3K 385-288-5023 334-792-7436. 334 774-6779.
34 ft. House Boat, 2Damon '96 Daybreakll 34-6-
Sleeps 6, good cond., 98 Coachman Santa- ,Motorhome. 31 ft. .
Seps good ond. r, 35 23,000 miles, Clean, sips 6. Greatda'
asking 12, 00OBO, 7KW generator, 2 en- cond. Comes w/ 2-whl

B a 33492 8 1827 334-726-2775 or 585-
Call 3 792-1079 or tries, ducted CH/A, car dolly. 334-792-0619
334-718-9054 hydraulic levelers,
23' SeaRay Proj. Boat, rear queens, sleeps Concord Coachman '0
260hp. 30 Eng. Boat Tr 6, leather power cap- Motor Home. 23' long
1500 obo. 256-201-1657 tains chairs, base- 2700mi Take over pay- Honda'0 0 Rebel
ment model, great ments.850-593-5103 H M off! 8Lk50e -ne
shape, all nwnuzti!iii Motorcycle. Like new.
shape, all manuals records, Airstream '93, 34' iesel $2.800, 334-498-3918.
L$32,000. 850-762 64K mi. Excellent cond. Honda'06CRF230.
3or65 $25,000. 334-792-1079. Honda2200. 334618 C234 r.
Slio t rfi e (334f677-K. Allegro, well 334-671-5790
Sprtflshing Yacht. maintained, new tires, Honda '06 Rancher 350
Designed by world fully loaded, new paint, 4 wheel drive, excellent
renowned designer indoor kept. 12500. condition. Auto. $4000.
Dual Mercedes turbo 334-792-8827 3111
diesel engines.
166 Total Hrs on HONDA '06 VTX 1300 C
Yacht and engines Cruiser, 1,700 miles,
Yachtandengineblack & chrome, Vance
Raymarine E120, '95 Westport by Fleet- and Hines custom ex-
Autopilot. Hi def wood, 34' 2 slides, rear 695-9269, 334-695-926
Radar, VHF Custom kitchen, hardwood 695-9269, 334-695-9265
Fighting Chair, floors, good condition, Honda'07 750 CC. 4 yr.
Custom long Range $14,000 687-2684, 334- 1997 Four Winds Class maintenance & 5 yr.
Tank, 60 Gallon Bait 703-0125 C 31ft A/C, stove mi- warranty included. Ask-
Tank outriggers, 2007 19ft. Pilgrim ite crowave, fridge, sofa, ing Payoff! 850-573-
tournament rigged Travel Trailer, like new, dinette. $24,900. Call 2692
Compare at 1.4 asking $10,000, Call 334-791-1450. Honda'07 750 CC. 4 yr.
million. Sacrifice (334) 677-3827 maintenance & 5 yr.
$950,000 will trade 2006 custom park md warranty included. Ask-
for equivalent ocean el Log Cabin,used 3 ing Payof! 850-573-
/ waterfront proper- months perfect for lake 2692
tiesor trade down lot,huntin cabin or" Honda GL1800'05 Gold-
for pleasure boat mother in law suite on. wing. Blackchey,
view Yacht at your lot, ready to move 26,200mi, $15,000. plus
http://www.sortfis '$33,900. OBO (251)654- .. matching bushtech
hisgyacht.usf/., 5586____01_"--"586_trailer 7,000mi. $4,000.
Cal865-805-1448 2005 Gulf Stream Cavi- '04 Pace Arrow 37 C, 334-693-9287
l,.,Work Horse Chassis.

lars 19K, loaded, 3 slides,s99 (
2004 90 hp Mercur 6, excellent condition. loaded, 3 sldes,99
Out board $3750. firm Full stand up shower tow car, $93,000, Call
also 9.9 HP Evinrude $6,00. 334-237-1039 (334)618-0717
5650. 334-774-3165 or
334-791-7208 MOTORCYCLES/
200117' Glastron ATVs'
SX170, 90 HP Johnson, 2003 Keystone Cougar '03 V-STAR 1100, 12K Kawasaki '00 ZX12,
Aluminum trailer great 5th wheel, Series 276 miles, lots of chrome, 2 green, lots of extras,
shape,75 Cal334 EFs. 28ft. w / living helmets, $4,500 229- extended swing arm,
677-4912 room slide. Great cond., 334-7489 loaded, like new. $6500'
S$13000,334-702-8267, --- OBO 334-790-0028
leave a message. '04 Big Dog Ridgeback,
Hard-tail, 11,000 mi, KAWASAKI -'03 Vulcan
1995 Shasta Travel asking payoff, 334-648- 1500 Classic. Never laid
Trailer, 22 ft., sleeps 4, 2425. down, 19,000 miles, ex-
$5500, Call (334) 794- cellent condition. Load-
2921 a 2005 CRF 150 F Honda, ed, $7,500. 334-702-7775
8' Ame e T l ood condition, very if no answer, leave
08' AmeriliteTravel low mileage, $2,000 message.
199816 ft. Express Bass Trailer 21V ft. Fully self 687-3275 or 850-625-
Boat, 50 hp Yamaha, contained, Used once. 3965
depth finder, garage Pd $13,400, asking $10k
kept Great cond. 56500 850-579-2217
MOROBO, 334-805-0818
16 ft., 1974 Glastron w/ S E L L
199870 HP Tohatsu, HOMES
runs great, $3000, Call C-- ubcadet'07 Utility
334-714-4882 Vehicle. 20hp Cat Kawasaki '04 Ninja,
Diese EngAine. Cmo, blue, low miles, Like
**AAmrs/ Auto. great condi- new. 2700, obo, 334-
T L AI tion. $8,500. 983-6264.
TeL. L- 334-685-4218
Sprinter 1999 5th wheel Kwsk10M o0l,
27ft, with slide out Harley'06 1200 Sports- iv 53 850-
room, fully loaded with ter, white, dyna fender, 209-4266
new hitch. $9500 334- -- Screaming Eagle pipes.
805-3058 Winnebego'99 Brave Exc. cond. 6100 mi.,
35-C, 35iving rm, 8,490 obo, 334-726- '
Sandpiper '06,5th slide, 35k mi., Alcoa 7815
wheel, 3 slides Retail wheels, new tires, gen.,
$29K. Wholesale $25K. jacks, $33,500 obo, 522- Harley '07 Fat Boy, vivid
selling for $21K. 850- 3564 black, less than 400
866-2468 or 850-896- miles, $16,000 OBO, '
3774 334-791-0891
Prowler '98 5th Wheel. Harley'07 FXD. BIk, 6- KAWASAKI -'06 Vulcan
31 ft. living & dining spd. 9k mi., 1584cc, $9k. 500. Motorcycle. Red, 6--
slide, full ath. Queen, 334-618-3048. spd. 5710 miles, excel-
bed. end kitchen/oak lent condition. Loaded,
$10,500.334-791-1783 Heritage softtall twin
cam, blue& silver, rd
Prowler 34 ft, 2 slides, radio, lots of extras,
bumper pool sitting on R-VISION '06 Trail-Lite $12,000.334-671-4281.
lot in Eufaula with boat 26ft fully loaded low -
shed. Call for details, mileage like new! In-
$15,000 FIRM. 334-798- clude'snavigation sys-
0095 or 334-685-7742 tem. Priced at $62,S00
Outback'00631 RQS OBO 334-616-6508 to
Loaded $16,900 O ee
334-618-4501.____ Kawasaki '06 ZX-10R,
Black, Motorcycle. 3200
Nash 2004 5th wheel M- miles runs well, low
24-53, 1 slide, impres- I i miles, Great cond.,
sive condition and Harley Davidson '06 7000, 334-687-8624
equipment, W-07 Silver- Screaming Eagle VROD, 000,334 8624
ado available for total Red, 7K mi, warranty, Kawasaki -'81
travel package, let's $18,000. Call 334-714- K2750LTD-H2.Needs
discuss price. 334-701- RIVERS5940. workr, good parts bike.
4315 RIVERSIDE'05 ADVEN- 13671 mi., $700 obo -
TURE travel trailer. 33 Harley Davidson '06 cash. 334-393-1735
Montana 2005 5th ft. Large slide-out Sportster Custom. Red, -
Wheel, 4 slides, king Sleeps 9. Great condi- 7,800 miles. Great con- Kawaski '07 Mean
bed, excellent condi- tion.$16K. Must see. edition. $9,500 obo. 334- Streak Special Edition. .
tion. $34,500 OBO 850- Call Bpb 334-445-6400. 796-8377. Under 500 miles. Extras
547-2808 included, $8,000. Call
547-2808 2 Monoco Knight '06, HD'02 Fat Boy. Motor- 334-899-4247
Gulfstream'03 26' Fifth Save $25K or more. cycle. Custom, 8500 mi.,
Wheel w/slide out, Diesel, 4 slides, 4300 mi, exc. condition. Loaded, Polaris '00 4-Wheeler,
Great cond. $12,000, many upgrades $12,000 OBO. Call 334- 4 wheel drive,
334-726-2186. $159,700. 850-866-2774 255-3165. 334-794-2398

Ranger '06 700 EFI -- -- Lexus'02 LS430 black.
Camo, excellent condi- M 4 fully loaded, tan leather
tion. $8200 0BO. 334- mt. very good cond. ga-
798-2181 rage kept, tinted win-
79- --Chevy '94 Camaro, dows. 89K mi. $15,900
Road Star'01 1600, Blue, Sedan. 5- spd. 334-718-3518
dressed out, 12K miles, 6-cyl. 2 WD. Loaded,
$5900. 334-790-4360 Power brakes, Power
steering, CD, A/C, runs
Sportster '06 883 Low. well, new tires, T-Tops,
Motorcycle. Black, 490 very clean, Great cond. ..-
mi., excellent condition. $4000 334-618- 3414. .
Loaded, 6200 OBO. Call
334-255-3165 or 334- Chevy'94 Caprice
255-2920. w/LTI posi rear end
SUNF 2008 50CC, Station A Lexus ES 300 01 Sadan,
$1,800. 334-696- 8019. Soxus ES 300 '01 Sedan,
moped, street legal. h.800.334-696 8019. Super Clean $9995. 110k
$800 334-793-5248 Chrysler '01 Sebring, miles. West Main Car
convertible, 56K miles, Sales W. Main. Street
CLASSIFIEDS excellent condition. Dothan. 334-699-5880
We're Working For $7,200 850685-5542 Lincoln 95 Town car
You- (Troy) Champagne color,
Suzski '06 Boulevard Chrysler'05 Pacifica Maroon Int. good tires,
S50, 750 mi. Like new, Touring Model, 43K mi., cold air, $2,000. 334-
crash bar & windshield seats 6. white, 1 owner, 794-0385.
$5,500. 334-618-2542. exc. cond., new front M
Triumph '73 chopper, tires, $13K 334-222-2166 M1,dmiles, 4dr, gray,
custom built in Miami ps/pw. $19,000. obo
nice bike, lots of Ford '03 Mustang GT 850-547-2808
$3,500. 334-984-2044 30,600 mi., clean, exc Mazda 04' RX8, 62,000
Second $12,995, 334- miles. Runs great. Borla
UM -'07 V2C650S. Mo- 248-6198, 248-2984 Cat-back exhaust. Take
torcycle. $5,000. 334- over pmts. $19k owed.
116.6599. 850-557-6199k
806-65-99. FORD '05 Mustang Con- 850-557-6199
vertible, leather, V-6,
,. loaded, 18K miles,
$16,000 334-355-0881 e
Ford '05 Mustang, V-6
premium edition, Fully
loaded, great gas saver.
~ ,. Asking payoff $13,000
VERUCCI '05 50CC, 4 334-692-5577MAZDA3 '06 44k miles,
stroke, 120 MPG plus 45 5spd manual 30+ mpg
MPH, Sportster replica .- city, 40+ hwy, new tires
$1,200 334-355-1339 be- & many extras. 13,500
for 6PM obo 517-749-4417.
Victory 1999 1500, 5K Mercedes '06 CLSS00,
fAmerican made bike white, loaded w/cus-
06000 Firm 334-618- Ford'06 Mustan GT, tom rims, 32K mi.
light blue, blackleather $55,000 334-685-
YAMAHA'02 Banshee int., premium sound, 2584/334-794-6191. seri-
$2,500 OBO 334-355- loaded, S sp., exc. cond. ous inquiries only !!
0491 20,700 mi, REDUCED Mercedes'93 Benz.
mha $17,685, 23 MPG, hwy, Great gas mileage
Yamaha 02' Zuma reo oas. call 334-588 nn

Scooter. 6400 mi. 3400
125mpg, Windshield &
luggage rack,excel.
cond. $1600. 850-352- t i
Yamaha'06 R1 3,500K
mi. Garage kept with
upgrades. 8,000. OBO
334-239-0055 L'S :'.S
Yamaha 08' Grizzly 4x4 Ford '06 Mustang, Red,
esi, 215 miles, 24 hours, Auto; 6-cyl. 35,500 mi,
asking payoff of $6,500. very clean, Great cond.
334-237-3068 $12,100, 334-798-5753.
Yamaha'09 Zuma 125
scooter, Brand New
only 10 mi les! 90 mpg,
64 mph $2900.
334-701-4243. -

A ccessories For.1 '.8 F 3'i.0 L ri
a.msurance Crew. C3jSR 4WD
i.PI. uf Bluei...er
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1 i /ai ["e''6l 760'rriE'. Per-
Wc feo ,:, ,'le ,j,,,,r, La.oOj,
-ajrrant., $44.,000 o6ubo
CalB 34.. 447.8304


$500 Police Impounds!
For listings
800-570-8736 x 2802

'86 Corvette Red Only
103k with Red/Black
Ithr, AT Entirely new
AC/ PW&L Garage Kept
$7400 or OBO. 596-0157

Prem., silver/ bick,
custom paint, leath-
er. $31,900. Call 334-
618-2441. J

Ford '64 Thunderbird,
82K mi, 1 owner, $4000.
Will trade. Call 334-632-
8024 1

Ford '64 Thunder-'
bird, 82K mi, 1 own-

ie, .. P$U. WVIII trade.
LOOK 34-632-8024
Ford- '90 Taurus SW,
Acura'92 Integra, 5spd, runs great, seats
Black, CD.Runs well. Re- 7,power locks &win-
built motor, sunroof. dows.lnterior in great
Great cond. 2,000 obo. condition. $1500 OBO
Brand new 26" rims, 334-435-6765
chrome w/black 3,800
334-671-1607. Ford 95' Mustang.Co-
nvertable $2500850-
Audi'03 A6 power 726-0256
everything, new tires,
excellent condition, GM '75 El Dorado, fully
64,500 mi., $16,700 OBO. restored, $10,000. 229-
334-983-4446 334-8719
BMW '04 330CI, conv., Honda "03 Accord,
black, w/black int., coupe, sunroof, leather
nav., system, call for seats, 75K miles. 14,000
more info. $28500 OBO 850-685-5542 (Troy)
Bonneville '05GXP,
North Star V8 engine,
Metalic grey,50K miles
$18,500 850-209-1087
Buick '98 LeSabre, good
cond. $1900 850-557-
0145 Honda'03 Civic Coupe
.- -Automatic, One Owner
$7800.120k miles. West
&7"i *Main Car Sales W.M. St.
-Dothan. 334-699-5880
Honda'03 Civic EX
Coupe, red, 5-speed,
i 75k. miles, $8,800. 080
Cadillac'04CTSinmint 334-71-40
condition with transfer- 474-42
able warranty $14,500. Honda '07 Civic Coupe
334-740-9155 Touch screen GPS navi-
gation system, DVD
Cadillac '06 DTS GM, player, 26K mi., black,
fully loaded, 31,500 mi. $16,000 786-223-2278.
Immaculate condition.
$24,500. 850-592-2773
dan. Metallic Blue,
46000, great condition.
Loaded, warranty,
$19,500. 850-867-4884.
Cadillac '06 STS. Auto.
32,549 mi., excellent HYUNDAI'06 Sonata
condition. Loaded. GLS, Beige, Sedan.
CD, moon roof, Auto. 4-cyl. 2 WD.
leatherinterior. 53000, Power brakes, &
DVD/NAV, XM, $24,725. steering, CD, A/C,
334-797-2320. AM/FM, stereo, sun-
roof, warranty, Great
Cadillac'93 Allante cond. $10,995, 793-5596.
Convertible, red, beige
leather excellent. 71k Jeep '01 Grand Chero-
miles $13,900 334-449- kee, Mint condition.
2823 or 334-723-3037 New tires, cold air,
Cadillac '96 Fleetwood, $5,000.334-685-3832
Broutgham Edition, 22" Kawasaki '07 Brute
rims, exc. cond., 78K Force 650 4X4. Black,
mi., asking 6400 BO, 28 hours. Excellent con-
Call (334) 379-5118 edition. $5000. 334-488-
Chevy '03 Z06 Corvette, 4621.
Excellent cond. 35K mi, I
$27,500. 850-762-8399
CHEVY'06 Malibu, 4DR,
low miles, loaded
$10,000 334-687-4571
Chevy '32 Original body
& frame, 350 engine, AT
Trans., extras! Must see Kia'04 Optima LX, Gold,
to appreciate! Serious 44K miles, working AC,
Inq. only. $20,000 obo. CD player. $8,000. 850-
334-372-4122 326-0638
Chevy '90 Corvette Con- Lexus '07 ES-350, pearl
vfrtible, blackok cond. with tan interior, load-
low mi., 56,900 obo. Call ed, 15K miles. $31,000
334-793-6997 334-685-1070

3UCi2 .o lilte eglinle.
Power windows/locks
& seats, cruise control,
sun roof, AM/FM/CD
player, leather interior.
Adult driven. Beautiful
car inside & out. $4,500
Cash Firm. SERIOUS
Mercedes'98 Benz E320
79K original mi. white,
well maintained, have
all service records.
Mercury '76 Marquis,
less than 45K original
miles, 1 owner, $3500,
serious inq. only, 334-
S691-7332 or 685-2269

MG '76 Midget com-
pletely restored, show,
quality, like new,
$10,500. firm. 334-794-

Mitsubishi '06' Eclipse
GT, Red, 6-spd. 46550,
new tires, very clean,
mfg warr, Viper alarm,
tints, Exc cond. 15000,

Mitsubishi '06 Lancer 02
Rally A/C Power
Windows & Door locks,
CD Player, $11,750.
Financing Available-
Call John 334-797-0420
or Jason 334-714-1601
Nissan '05 Maxima SL,
fully loaded, leather int.
bose sound system &
garage kept. exc.
cond., 1 owner, $17,300
pay off. Call (334) 714-
- 1671
Nissan '06 Maxima SE
Exc. cond. white, war-
- rrenty, 29K mi, $17,500
OBO 334-714-6616
Nissan '08 Altima 2. 5,
15k miles, extended
warranty, I owner, like
new condition. $17,900

;;.'an "8 3i, Z\ '
2+2 2nd owner, all
- orig, exc. cond.good
miles, Bright redw/
d. grey LX int. Loded
wall opts. Has orig.
MSRP, Lit. & manu-
als. $6,000 OBO. 334-
671-4188 or 334-596-
Nissan '90 300zx. White,
143k mi., $4300.334-
Pontaic '84 Trans-Am
ram air, hard top con-
vertible, 2 seater. Very
rare car $6,500 334-792-
4100 or 334-618-9101.
Pontiac '1 Bonneville,
white, 6-cyl., CD. 115k
mi. Very clean, good
cond. $5000 OB. 334-

Pontiac '06 G6-GT,
Sedan..Red, Auto, 6
cyl. 36000. Power
breaks, power steer-
ing, CD, A/C, Stereo,
Premium alloy
wheels, runs well
low mileage & great
on gas mileage!
$14,500. Matt

Pontiac '06 GTO, 60,
400HP 24,000 miles,
black in/out, one owner
Pontiac '07 G6, 4 cyl.,
silver, 4 door, 14K mi.,
w/ cruise, $13,900.
Pontiac '97 Grand Am.
Great condition. $2250.
Race Car Dirt late mod-
el'05 CJ Rayburn &28'
inclosed hawler. Many
extras. 334-355-0298.


PONTIAC '07 G6 GT, : Chevy 02 Avalanche
Black, Conv. Auto. 6-cyl. Ford'68 FLBn step side 4X4, 16k miles, pewter
15,400, Loaded, leather. For'8 F100 step si, gray, chrome neff bars,
Like new. $22,500, REDUCED,MUST SELL, and brush guard, 20'
334-e86-2399. 50 runs gret 1 mi wheels, black leather
black, MSTA 55,500
obo. 334-671-3772. interior, loaded. $13,500
97334-702-8439or 334-
g Chevy'0O Silverado 6.0
1, c1Ena. Ext., cab w/long
Shad: be, CD, Fulltowin
S pack $7,000 334-47-
PONTIAC '69 GTO Judge Chevy'07 Silverado LT
Race Car, New Tires,. CrewCab exc.cond,
New Paint $14,000 229- Bed cover, 33K micond.,
334-3322, 229-321-2092 Reduced-Sacrifice ad cover, 33K m
Chevrolet '57 Bel-Air, 4 $18,000, (334) 237-1039
gISfww door, new eng. & paint, Chevy '96 Silverado
75% refurbished. Many LWB STD Cab, Good
-" extras Taking bids Cond, Loaded 153K mi.
xx ,, starting at $12,000. Call $3990. OBO 334-671-
(334) 793-5534 4216.
Pontiac'71 Grand Prix TRAILERS
400/400, solid no canc-
er runs & drives $3,500 Cub Cadet zero turn
OBO Trade considered mower 50' new blade
334-687-0805, 695-6568 w/5X8 trailer ext.
warr. 1 yr. old. .
$2600.760-409-6204 CHEVY '07 SILVERADO
Z71, 4 door, 4 WD, LTZ
Ford'99 350 V-10 super- Loaded, 55K Miles,
dutyext. van. tow Asking payoff $25,000
W :.. pack., exc. cond. 78K 334-687-4973
Smi. $6,750.850-638-
S 9771. Chevy 04' Tahoe Z71,
Bur andyw/ beige
FREIGHTLINER '01 later, 83k miles,
Satun'AraR FDL120. Semi truck, steering wheel con-
Saturn'07 Amra XR, 810,000 mi. good cond. trois, 3rd row seating
9,800 mi, like new, 19K OBO, 850-3524808 w/center bucket seats,
white, Ithr, sunroof, all
options, MUST SEE tO Freightliner'04 M2. 28K 6disc cd changer in
BELIEVE! $21,150 obo, GVWR,26ft box w/6 ft dah, power seats rear
334-522-3564 attic, CAT engine 159K air controls,
-miles Excellent Cndii $16,800334-701-
Classifieds have what miles. Ex t Coni- 8555/334-685-6233
you are looking for. tion. $24,000. 798-1221' 8533 5 -
SFreightliner 92' 60 se- ed Cab, 80K mi., new
ries, Fuller transmis- tires, new brakes, great
.... sin, Good for log truck condition, $13,000 Re-
or long haul. $9000.850- tail NADA value,
"' 638-7290/850-527-222 $14,450,334-797-2459
Volvo '97 dump truck
W-64, tri-axle, 16' body.
ext side, R swing barn
Toyota'00 Camry door. $19,500. OBO 334-
Solara Convertible 685-2772; 334-671-7632
$8995.128k miles. West
Main Car Sales W. M.St. PARTS a
Dothan. 334-699-5880
SACCESSORIES Dodge '99 Extended
'06 model 24' Car haul- Cab Pick-Up, 117K miles
er, like new, $5000 850- Runs& Drives Great,
526-3911/573-9437 5.2 liter. Cold A/C
3,200 850-557-6866
22" RIMS
"1300 OBO Dodge 05' 3500 Quad
(850) 209-6616 Cab Dually. Cummins
9 aw r L -y Turbo Diesel, 69k miles,
Toyota'02 Camry LE
Very Clean, 114k miles Camper shell, one yr. CD, Cruise, $20,500.
$8995.00 West Main Car old. Fits F-150 '99, 850-526-2290 days,
Sales 1862 W.M. St. Black, Like new, $600. eves. 850-594-9931
Dothan. 334-699-5880 Call 334-347-2717.
Toyota'05 Camry, 4 Toyota '90 4 Runner,4x4 -
door, tan, auto., sun- no motorframe & run.
roof, cd changer, all gear $300 8507187642
pwr., like new 17,300 Vestil, new 6'X30' pro-
mi, $15,900, Call (334) table ramp for sale or-
389-3071 long term lease. $9,500.
Toyota '08 Corolla, 4 dr, 229-869-1008. DODGE'06 Ram Silver,
auto, 3100 mi., $14,500 Auto 6cyl 2WD 25k CD
firm. Call 334-347-7302 PICK-UP A/C Like new $16,799
or 334-406-2945. TRUCKS 334-790-4509.
Toyota'98 Sienna. ,C
Green, Auto. 171k. Runs Chevrolet'05 Duramax
great!! $4,000 obo. 719- diesel, HD 2500 4X4 LT h
930-8524. Crew Cab. Silver, Auto.
8-cycle. 4 wheel drive. -
Volkswagen '04 Jetta 52000 miles, great con-
Station wagon GL, AT, edition. Loaded, /n
AC, Exc. cond., 27-30 hitch and spray in bed-
mpg, $9,500 OBO, 334- liner. $25,500. 334-798-
983-4446 4841.
Dodge '06 Ram;Silver,
Volkswagen 05' Torgua- Chevrolet '05 1500 LS, 1 Auto. 6 cyl. 2WD. 23k,
reg, Gray w/saddle inte owner Crew Cab, 67,500 Power steer, CD, A/C,
nor, 40k miles, top of mi., two tone paint, all Like new. Cust exhaust
the line, sun roof, V8 power, $14,500, bed cover, rails, foot '
optiondual climate air, Call 334-792-2724 rail $18k 334-790-4509.
heated seats, automat-
c w/manual shift op-. Chevrolet '92 Silverado,
tion, steering wheel 350, at, ps, pw, pbl, new r
controls, side curtain tires, bedliner, 188,000 '
air bags,window mi., one owner.347-4121 ATE, _L
shades for back seats, / 389-2270. $3250 OBO Dode .
and rear air. $ 23,800 Truc ExtCab
334-701-8555/334-685- Chevrolet'02 Silverado, Auto.Diesel 4WD.
6233 .Silver, Pick-up. Auto, 150,000 miles, fair
8-cyl., 2 WD, MI 55500, condition. Power
Volvo 04' V70, 2.5 turbo Power brakes, Power brakes, Power
wagon, 73k miles, Auto steering, A/C, AM/FM, steering, CD, A/C,
w/manual shift option, runs well, Good condi- AM/FM, stereo,
dual air climate control, tion $9,200.. 334-673- runs well, new
memory seats, CD/ca- 8365 tires, $7,500.
ssett player, gold w/tan 334-685-4218.
leatherremaining 100k Chevrolet '73 10-Wheel-
waranty $10,900, 334- er with grain body. 334-
701-8555/334-685-6233 794-2398 Ford '02 F-150, 4, 125K
mi, AT, PS, Tilt, Cruise,
ANT UE PW/D. Good Condition.
AT QUE $5,000.850-209-2000
AUTOS 'T Ford '01 F150 4DR XLT
V8 Triton, 76K, Tow
pkg. True workhorse!
Ford '02 F250 Ext. cab
4WD, 7.3 Diesel, Mint
Chevrolet '98 Z71 P/U Condition black, all
Fleetside Ext. cab, 3 leather,lots of extras.
Dr, 98K mi.. Very Clean, $16K OBO 334-685-3832
Cadillac '68 Deville, asking $8500 OBO. 334- Ford '04 F150 Fx4, Super
Red, Convertible. $8500, 790-2364,334-793-1005 Cab, 6-disc CD, 68K mi.,
334-774-9243. Chevrolet 04 Z71 Reg $15,500, Call (334) 897-
Cadillac '73 Eldorado, Cab. Pick-up. Gun Metal 0582
Restored, mint condi- Grey, Auto. 8-cyl. 4 WD. Ford '02 F150 Lariat, Ex-
tion, garage kept, 96K 52000, great condition, tra Cab, tool box, new
miles, $9,000,229-334- Power brakes, Power factory trans. 108K mi.,
8719 steering, CD, A/C, runs great. $8500 OBO,
AM/FM, stereo, $14,000. Call (334) 596-9966
"-You Name It...
S. Chevy'96 Cheyene, sgl Classified Has It!!
cab, 4.3 6cyl vortec eng.
,_ very good cond. $3700 Ford '00 F-150 Lariat
cash. 850-482-8416 with brush guard. 103k
mi. $7,900. Call 334-693-
Chevy '03 S10, 4 cylin- 5454, leave message.
der, 28 MPG, low miles,
excellent shape.'$7200 Ford '03 F250 Super-.
V-8 automatic, looks OBO. 334-585-6689 crw V-10 gas Triton
great all new paint motor, Centennial Ford
needs to be finished Chevy '05 Silverado addition, Black, FX4
Asking $12,500. Crew Cab Truck. Load- wh. dr. Lariat. 145K mi.
334-355-2400. ed with extras $18,000. well maintained
850-594-3282 $15,000.229-308-0259.


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Ford '03 F-150 Lariat,
4x4, Leather, Supernew,
4 doors, off road pack-
age, Loaded! $15,600.
Call 334-797-7178.

Ford '05 F150. Pick-
up. stone, Auto.
8-cyl. 2 WD. 15,500,
excellent condi-
tion. Loaded,
$14,000. Call 334-

Ford '97 F150 XLT Super
Cab, Triton V-8, dia-
mond plate tool box,
bed liner, bed extender,
exc. cond., $6900, 334-
.714-4210 or 677-6007
Ford '92 Ranger XLT, 6
cyl, 5 sp manual, good
op gas. $2750.334-798-

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Ford '01 F150 Super Cab
Lariat, loaded, leather
CD Player $9,500.
Financing Available-
Call John 334-797-0420
or Jason 334-714-1601

Ford '05 F-150 Super-
cab XLT. Silver, auto
8 cyl. 2WD, 22700k
mi, loaded, like new,
$15,900. LineX bed-
liner, custom bed
cover, Non smoker.
See what it's all
Ford '04 XLT Super Cab,
towing pkg., bed liner,
tool box, 53K miles,
$15,000, Call (334) 794-

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Ford '85 Tow Truck,
custom-built 1 ton.
loaded. Great condi-
tion. $8,500, 334-791-
8695 or 334-794-2426

Gooseneck 30K5Eth
Wheel, 30K mi., no
trades, $45K, Call
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GMC'07 Duramax die- Nissan 06' Frontier /Ni- ,
sel 25,000 miles $38,500 smo, V6, Automatic, 4 ta
334-677-9008; 334-726- wheel drive, all power, beai i- .
2767. tow package. 35,300k
miles. $16,700. 334-685- --
GMC'91 Jimmy 4x4,6.2 7207 or 850-260-9424 l
Diesel 4 in lift. alumi-
num wheels 12x36 Radi- Nissan 04' Frontier XE
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