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Jackson County Floridan

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Title:
Jackson County Floridan
Sunday paper issued from <1979-1985> as:
Sunday Floridan
Portion of title:
Floridan
Creator:
Jackson County Floridan
Place of Publication:
Marianna, Fla
Publisher:
Chipola Pub. Co.
Publication Date:
Copyright Date:
2009
Frequency:
Daily (except Saturday and Monday)[<1979-1995>]
Weekly[ FORMER 1934-<1955>]
daily
normalized irregular
Language:
English

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Newspapers -- Marianna (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jackson County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States of America -- Florida -- Jackson -- Marianna

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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
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"Independent."

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WEDNESDAY


County earmarks $1.5 M


BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
At a budget workshop on
Tuesday, Jackson County
Commissioners set aside
more than a $1.5 million
for road improvement in
the coming year. This, like
all other budget decisions
at this stage, should be con-
sidered tentative until'the
final budget is adopted in a
few weeks.
Some of the proposed
road money is to be split
evenly into each district's
discretionary fund and the
rest is going into a general
road-dedicated account.
Each district will get
$107,402 of $537,010 ear-
marked for discretionary
spending in road paving or
improvement. This money


will come from the left-
over balance of fiscally
constrained dollars that the
county was awarded in
budget year 2008-09.
The board set aside the
remainder of that 2008-09
fund - $100,000- for the
purchase of rock to be used
on road-related projects.
The $100,000 will also
be split five ways, so that
each commissioner will get
$20,000 to spend on rock
for projects in his district.
Commissioners also
found some rock-buying
money in an unencumbered
transportation trust fund.
They split that $47,500 pot
five ways, to gain another
$9,500 in each district to
buy rock.
Discretionary and rock.
money not used carries for-


ward to each district's dis-
cretionary fund for the fol-
lowing fiscal year.
Traditionally, each com-
missioner is allowed to
spend discretionary money
on road construction proj-
ects he deems beneficial to
those in his district but
which do not always neces-
sarily impact the entire
county.
Although a full vote of
the board is required for,
these expenditures, fellow
commissioners generally
approve discretionary
spending proposed by a
particular commissioner
for his district.
In addition- to these dis-
trict-specific funds, the
board put aside a little
more than $1 million for
road. paving projects with


. Jackson County Commissioners ten-.
tatively decided on Tuesday to increase
each 'district's discretionary, fund by
$107,000 in-fiscal year 2009-10. This
money is typically used for road
improvement. Money unused from year
to. year rolls over in each district's
account. The new money may most dra-
matically affect District 5 commissioner
Kenny Stephens. When'he came'into
office last year, former commissioner
Milton Pittman had- spent all but about
$260 out of the D5 discretionary pock-


more county-wide impact.
This money comes from
two sources. The county
anticipates getting
$665,174' in fiscally-con-


As of May, 2009, this is how the dis-
cretionary budgets looked:
District 1 (Willie Spires): $188,405
District 2 (Ed Crutchfield) :$96,040
District 3 (Chuck Lockey); $17,399
District 4 (leremy Branch)
$104,725
District 5 (Kenny Stephens) $263


strained funds in the com-
ing budget year. That, com-
bined with $432,844 unen-
�cumbered general fund dol-
lars for 2009-10, brings the


available road construction
fund to $1,098,019 for the,
coming year.
See COUNTY, page 7A >


Cancer ride nears end Nobond
for child


BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
Dr. Craig Broeder, 55, seemed
barely winded after riding his
bicycle all day Monday.
After a quick shower at the
motel in Sneads where he stayed
that night, the high-energy pro-
fessor from Benedictine
University was ready to talk
about why he's on the road and so
far from his home near Lisle, Il1.
His rapid-fire delivery of the
facts made it difficult to guess
that he's been on the most physi-
cally-challenging quest of his life
for the past three months.
He's on a 9,000-plus mile trek
around the country to.increase
awareness of the issues impact-
ing victims of ovarian cancer and
their families.
He tries to log about 100 miles
a day, and has traveled through
30 states since he started his cir-
cular ride around the perimeter of
the United States. He hopes to
come full circle in Austin, Texas,
on his 25th wedding anniversary,
Aug. 25.
His wife, Kay survived ovarian
cancer 20 years ago, and that bat-
tle is one of the main things that
inspired him to make the difficult
ride, he said.I t's a trip he planned
for about six years before setting
out. He said he set his daily goal
very high so that he would be
pushed hard enough to experi-
ence a level of stress akin to the
trauma cancer victims and their
families experience on a. daily
basis.
Broeder has more than a dozen
I


Dr. Craig Broeder adjusts his bike on the rack of its trailer Monday in Sneads. - Mark Skinner /
Floridan


corporate sponsors, including
Toyota. Through his i Web site
and the checks that have been
handed to him on the road, he has
raised about $14,000 after
expenses to help him spread the
word about his cause.
Money though, isn't his.main
goal. The director of
Benedictine's Clinical Exercise
Physiology Program,. Broeder is
traveling with an assistant who
drives his support van and shoots


video along the way. Broeder
plans to use that in making a doc-
umentary about his trip.
He also stops from time to time
to get various medical tests that
he hopes will help him prove his
theories about specific positive
effects that physical exercise has
on the body and particularly on
the ailing body..
He advocates attention to
mind, body and spirit, a philoso-
phy in keeping with the stated


goals of the program he runs.
'Broeder also plans a book and
hopes to go on the motivational
speaker circuit with his message
someday.
He's talking with many poten-
tial partners about his various
long-term goals, including repre-
sentatives of famed bicyclist
Lance Armstrong..
.Learn more about Broeder at:
http://bicyclingforovarian-
cancer.org/


sex abuse


suspect
FLORIDAN STAFF
REPORT .
A Jackson
County man
arrested Friday for
sexual battery on a
7-year-old child is
now being held Robert J.
without bond. Dominello
According to the
Jackson County Sheriff's Office,
allegations against Robert John
'Dominello, 54, of-child abuse
were reported two days prior to
his arrest.
During an investigation, the
victim revealed that Dominello
had physically and sexually
abused the girl, the sheriff's
office reported.
Dominello -was subsequently
charged with sexual battery on a
child under the age of 12, an
arrest warrant was issued out of
the Jackson County Circuit
Court, and Dominello was taken
into custody Friday, the sheriffs
office reported.
Dominello was booked into
the Jackson County Correctional
Facility to await his first appear-
ance, and on Monday was
ordered to be held without bond
by the court on this charge.
According to the sheriff's
See ABUSE, Page 7A >


The Angels pay it forward


Marianna

-team donates

leftover funds
BY KATE McCARDELL
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
Donations made. to the
Marianna Angels softball team
by businesses, individuals and
clubs will stretch even farther
than expected.
When the Angels won the dis-
trict tournament this year,'they
had just three days to raise
enough money to get them to the
state tournament.
Now, with some of the donat-
ed money left over, the team is
paying it forward for the benefit
of the entire softball league.
Faced with a small time frame,
head coach Joey Basford and
assistant coaches Travis Bruner
and Stacey Goodson scrambled
to raise funds. They were blessed
with a large and fast response
from the Marianna, Sneads,


Coaches Joey Basford, Stacey Goodson ard Travis Bruner present
a check to Marianna Recreation Director Clay Wells. - Kate
McCardell / Floridan


Grand Ridge and.Chattahoochee
communities, Basford said.
The coaches said their hustle
was well worth it.
"I loye these girls. It's a pleas-
ure to see these kids out there,
having fun enjoying America's
past time," Basford said.'


Basford noted one occasion as
an example of people's willing-
ness to help. He said an unidenti-
fied man overheard the team's
needs at a fast food restaurant,
and handed Basford $20.
" See ANGELS, Page 7A >


This is a photo of a backhoe that is the same make and model
of the backhoe that was stolen. - Courtesy the Jackson
County Sheriff's Office

Backhoe stolen

out of Campbellton


FLORIDAN STAFF REPORT
The Jackson County Sheriff's
Office is looking for informa-
tion that could lead them to the
arrest of whoever may have
stolen a backhoe in
.Campbellton on Monday.
According to the., sheriff's
office, the :2005 John Deere,
model 110, backhoe was report-
ed stolen from Macy Lane off


Highway 273. The VIN number
of the machine that was stolen
is: VIN # 1V01101611405.
The backhoe was last seen on
Friday, under a shed behind the
residence, and was discovered
missing Monday, the sheriff's
office reported.
Those with information may
contact the Jackson County
Sheriff's Office at (850) 482-
9624.


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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
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August 19 - Wednesday
* Eldercare Services will give out USDA
and Brown Bags, 8 a.m. at 4297 Liddon St.
in Marianna. Call 482-3220.
* The Southeastern Community Blood
Center mobile unit will be at Rahal in
Marianna, 9-11 a.m., and Courtyard at the
Millpond, 12-4 p.m., or donate blood at the
center, 2503 Commercial Park Drive in
Marianna. Call 526-4403.
* Congressman Allen Boyd (D-North
Florida) hosts a community forum at the
Jackson. County Agriculture Conference
Center, 2741 Pennsylvania Ave., Marianna,
at 10 a.m., to speak about efforts to
strengthen the economy and the healthcare
debate in Congress. There will be an oppor-
tunity to ask questions on various issues.
Call 850-561-3979.
*The Tourist Development Council meet-
ing scheduled for today has been can-
celled. Call 482-8060.
* Alcoholics Anonymous has an. open
meeting Wednesdays, noon to 1 p.m., at
the First United Methodist Church, 2901
Caledonia St., Marianna. Meet in the AA
room.
* The Jackson County. Chamber of
Commerce will have a ribbon cutting and
open house for the VFW Ted Walt Post
12046, 2830 South Wynn St., Marianna, at
3 p.m. Refreshments will be served. Call
272-6084 or 482-8060.

August 20 - Thursday
* Peanut Field Day at the Marianna North
Florida Research and Education Center
begins with registration at 8 a.m., and a
tour of field studies at 8:30 a,m. Meal pro-
vided by noon. CEUs available at registra-
tion. Call 482-9904.
* The Southeastern Community Blood
Center mobile unit will be at Sunland 10
a.m. - 1 p.m., the VA Clinic in Marianna, 2-
5 p.m., or donate blood at the center, 2503
Commercial Park Drive in Marianna. Call
526-4403..
* The East Jackson County Economic
Development Council meets at noon, at
West .Florida Electric Cooperative in
Sneads. Members and those who wish to


join are invited. A light lunch will be served.
* Riverside Elementary School's Open
House is today; visitation hours are 1 to S
p.m.
* F.M. Golson Elementary School Parent
Orientation is 4:30-5:30 p.m. for kinder-
garten; 5:30-6:30 p.m. for first grade; and
6:30-7:30 p.m. for second grade. Open
House will be Friday, Aug. 21, 10-11:30
a.m. Call 482-9607.
* The Main Street Marianna Membership
Kick-Off Party starts at 5 p.m. at Bistro
Palms on McPherson Street.
* Jackson County NAACP meets at 5:30
p.m. the third Thursday of the month, at
2880 Orange St. (behind Bryant
Enterprises). Call 482-3766 or 569-1294.
* Marianna High School Student Open
House is 5:30-7 p.m. Meet new principal
Mary Sue Neves and teachers for the
upcoming school year.
* Alcoholics Anonymous meets
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.

August 21 - Friday
* F.M. Golspn Elementary School Open
House is 10-11:30 a.m. Call 482-9607.
* Marianna Middle School Open House is
1-3 p.m. Students will receive their sched-
ule and other information. Notarization
services in cafeteria; parents must present
a photo ID. Applications for the After-
School Academic Program (additional
instruction, in math and/or reading) will be
available. Transportation provided. Space
limited. The VIPs will be selling MMS t-
shirts for $10.
* Sneads Elementary School Open House
is 1-3 p.m. for all students and parents.
* Hope School Open House is 1-3 p.m.
Meet teachers; get supply list. Notary serv-
ice available. Call 482-1314.
* Grand Ridge School Open House is 4-6
p.m. Sports physical performed by Dr.
Alyssa Waller will be available for $20 in
the new gym.
* Alcoholics Anonymous has an open


meeting Fridays, 8 to 9 p.m., at the First
United Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia
St., Marianna. Meet in the AA room.

August 22 - Saturday
* The Florida KidCare back-to-school
health insurance sign-up campaign kicks
off with a news conference/enrollment fair,
9 a.m. to 1-p.m. in the conference room of
the Jackson Hospital, Hudnall Building,
4250 Hospital Drive, Marianna. Free school
supplies and no cost to attend. Call the
Jackson County Department of Health at
526-2412, ext 140.
* The City of Jacob will have a budget
work session at 10 a.m. Call 263-6636.
* Alcoholics Anonymous has an open
meeting Saturdays, 4:30 to 5:30 p.m., at
the First United Methodist Church, 2901
Caledonia St., Marianna. Meet in the AA
room.
* The Jackson County Farmers' Market is
open Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays,
6:30 a.m. until all fresh produce is sold out,
in the courthouse parking lot in Marianna.
The market is a state certified farmers'
,market accepting FMNP/WIC and Elder
affairs coupons.
* The third annual Coach John."Hud"
Hudson Memorial Scholarship Golf
Tournament is Aug. 22-23 at Florida
Caverns Golf Course in Marianna. The
three-man scramble costs $80 a person.
Lunch provided; free oil.change for partici-
pants; prizes and cash giveaways. Call 482-
4257 or 573-6474.

August 24 - Monday
* The Southeastern Community Blood
Center mobile unit will be at the Marianna
Wal-Mart, 12-4 p.m., or donate blood at the
center, 2503 Commercial Park Drive in
Marianna. Call 526-4403.
* The Jackson. Hospital Finance
Committee meets at 5:30 p.m. in the
Hudnall Building Community Room.
* Alcoholics Anonymous has an open
meeting each Monday, from 8 to 9 p.m., at
the First United Methodist Church, 2901
Caledonia St., Marianna. Meet in the AA
room.


POLICE ROUNDUP


MARIANNA POLICE
The Marianna Police
Department listed the fol-
lowing incidents for Aug.
17, the latest available
report: One drunk driver,
two disturbances, one bur-
glar alarm, one panic
alarm, one civil dispute,
two noise complaints, one
assist of another agency,
six public service calls,
one open door/window
discovered, 14 traffic
stops and one disabled
vehicle.

-JACKSON COUNTY
SHERIFF'S OFFICE
The Jackson County


Sheriff's Office listed the
following incidents for
Aug. 17, the latest avail-
able report: Four alarms,
three animal
--- _ complaints,
,--- .c two assists
~- tr- of other
IR IME agencies,
S. - one child
abuse com-
plaint, one civil dispute,
six disturbances, one
escort,two road obstruc-
tions, two attended deaths
(hospice), two larceny
complaints, one
obscene/harassing phone
call, one pedestrian com-
plaint, five public service


calls, one stolen vehicle,
six suspicious incidents,
six traffic stops, three
prisoner transports, one
trespassing complaint,
and five warrant arrests.

JACKSON COUNTY
CORRECTIONAL
FACILITY
The following people
were booked into the
county jail during the lat-
est reporting periods:
- Rebecca Patton, 22,
6959 Parramore Road,
Sneads, battery (domestic
violence).
- Jonathan Quinlin, 23,
4052 Old Cottondale


Road, Marianna, hold for
court, hold for DOC.
- Michael Shores, 39,
3241 Carters Mill Road,
Marianna, hold for court,
hold for DOC.
- James Rickerds, 25,
2962 New Hope Road,
Marianna, violation of
state probation.
- Derek Sutherlin, 23,
1303 Ocala Road (Apt.
151), Tallahassee, failure
to appear.
- Terence Everett, 44,
2960 Pelican Lane,
Marianna, sexual battery,
false imprisonment.
- Timothy Rollins, 26,
4641 Cliff Road,


Graceville, sentenced.
- "John Doe," 32,
address unknown,
obstruction by disguise.
- Ruby Stoe, 26, 308
Red Bird Road, Bonifay,
possession of certain drug
without a prescription,
possession of drug para-
phernalia..

JAIL POPULATION:
233

To report a crime, call
CrimeStoppers at 526-
5000.
To report a wildlife vio-
lation, call 1-888-404-
FWCC (3922).


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Apalachicola Low - 9:32 PM High - 5:33 AM
Port St. Joe 'Low - 7:35 PM High - 9:47 AM
Destin Low - 8:46 PM High - 10:20 AM
Pensacola Low - 9:20 PM High - 10:53 AM
RIVER READINGS Reading Flood Stage
Woodruff 40.26 ft.' 66.0 ft.
Blountstown 2.53 ft. 15.0 ft.
Marianna 6.25 ft. 19.0 ft.
Caryville 5.87 ft. 12.0 ft.


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Bridge club results


The Marianna Duplicate
Bridge Club plays bridge on
Monday afternoons in the
St. Luke's Episcopal
Church Parish Hall. For the
week of Aug. 17, the win-
ners were as follows:
First place - Douglas
Parker of Marianna, and
Kurt Opferman of
Dellwood.
Second place - Betty


Brendemuehl of Marianna,
and Katrina LeBlanc of
Blountstown.
Third place - Betty
Lunsford and Jan Snydcr,
both of Gracevillc.
Fourth place - Eula Mac
Mitchell of Graceville, and
John S. Lewis of Marianna.
Fifth place - Lib McRae
and Irene Minchew, both of
Marianna.


Plans announced for

Jacob City Day 2009


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
Plans continue to come
together for Jacob City
Day. The annual event will
fall on Saturday, Sept. 26,
this year.
Jacob City is inviting
everyone to come out and
join them as they celebrate
25 years as a city.
All local dignitaries, gov-
erning officials, churches,
area businesses, area
queens, car and motorcycle
clubs, school bands and
clubs, etc., have been invit-
ed to come out and partici-
pate in the parade and join
in planned activities.


There will be free food,
door prizes, games and
-activities for the children
that include bouncing hous-
es, face painting, basketball
and more.
New this year will be the
Jacob City Day Car Show,
featuring cash give-aways
and prizes. There is a $20
registration fee for each car.
STo make a donation, pur-
chase an ad ($10,.$25 or
$40), be in the parade;r
reserve a booth ($15), buy a
t-shirt or volunteer, contact
Chairperson Janene Sorey-
Robinson at 850-263-2699
or Jacob City Hall at 850-
263-6636.


First aid, computer

classes free for seniors


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
Jackson County Senior
Citizens has announced that
free CPR and Basic First
Aid classes will be offered
on Wednesday, Aug. 26, at
the center, located at 2931
Optimist Drive in Marianna.
Sandi Watson, RN of
Amedisys Home Health
Services will teach the
classes. While the classes
are free, those who would


like a certification card from
the American Heart
Association will be required
to pay a $5 fee.
To make reservations, call
Susan Melvin at 482-4914
or 482-5028.
Also offered at the center
are free computer classes
led by Ken Larkin. The
computer classes meet each
Wednesday. at 11 a.m. For
more information, call 482-
5028.


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The Pilot 'Club of Marianna Inc. recently installed new officers: Deborah Mitchell, director; Beth Medlock,
director; Danuta Jacob, director; Claudia Smith, treasurer; Judy Lanier, president; Margie Mullins, past
president; Dorothy Chaney, president-elect; Amber Baggett, vice president; and Kristi Lane, secretary.
Berneice Grindle, seated, was the installing officer. - Contributed photo



FFA names area student national award finalist
SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
The National FFA Organization
(FFA) recently announced that Carly Carly
Barnes of Greenwood has been Barnes
selected as a national finalist for the
National FFA Proficiency Award in
Agricultural Communications
Entrepreneurship/Placement. Barnes
is one of only four people chosen to
compete for the award at national
finals, which will be held in Octoberk
during the FFA national convention
in Indianapolis, Ind.
Barnes, a member of the Malone
FFA Chapter, became eligible for the
national award after winning the
Florida state FFA competition earlier
this year. The award is sponsored by
National FFA Foundation. In recogni-
tion of being a finalist, each of the
four finalists will receive a plaque
and $500. The national winner of the
Ag Communications Award will
receive an additional $500 during a
special ceremony at thie national FFA
convention.


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From left, are Marshall Parrish, Carly Miller, Katelyn Miller and Josh Croxton at the August meeting of the William
Dunaway Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution in Marianna. - Contributed photo


Blue Springs
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pins available
SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
Blue Springs Society of
the Children of the
American Revolution pre-
sented a program at the
August meeting of the
William Dunaway Chapter
of the Sons of the
American Revolution in
Marianna, on the topic of
"Conserving Precious
Water and Preserving
Florida's Waterways."
Marshall Parrish, Carly
Miller, Katelyn Miller and
Josh Croxton introduced
the 2009-20010 state pro-
gram "Preserving
Florida's Waterways" and
told about the importance
of caring for our springs,
rivers, lakes and shore-
lines.
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Hidden Rivers of Florida,"
those attending joined a
dive team on a daring jour-
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NOTICE OF ELECTION
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that The Town of Malone is having a town election
for two (2) four year term Council Members, for one (1) two year and three months
term Council Member and one (1) four year term for Town Clerk.

The residents of Malone will simultaneously have the opportunity for a referendum
vote to amend the. town's Charter. Revised draft of the Charter is available for
review during working hours at Malone Town Hall, Monday through Friday,
between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m., from 12:00 noon to 1:00 p.m.
office is closed for lunch.

Qualifying began 12:00 Noon on Monday, August 10, 2009 and ended at 12:00
Noon on Friday, August 14, 2009. Candidates who qualified for the offices of
Council Members and Clerk are as follows:


Two (2) four year term for Council Members:


One (1) two year & three months term:
for a Council Member


One (1) four year term for Town Clerk:


Brenda Welch - No Opposition
Sallie Gibson - No Opposition

Kenneth L. Campbell
Vicki Garrett
Freddie L. Jones

Linda Wilson - No Opposition


Said election will be held on Tuesday, September 8, 2009, at Malone Town Hall,
5182 91 Avenue, Malone, Florida. Election will be held between the hours of 7:00
a.m. through 7:00 p.m.

Town of Malone is an equal opportunity employer.
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BY GENE LYONS


t-- ." Somebody's going to have
S** to teach the Republican leader-
- - * - ship that bipartisan isn't a syn-
S. onym.for weak. That some-
- - U body may have to be Barack
Obama. The success of his
Presidency may depend upon
- it.' No professorial lectures,
S- - -please. It's not possible to rea-
S-.. . son with people peddling
S. _ grotesque and preposterous
- lies, bargain with people who
are screaming, or negotiate
-- " - - r - under threats of violence.
S- - - It's not a professional
-- . wrestling exhibition, it's our
. . democracy. Persons whose
behavior would get them
Thrown out of a Rolling Stones
show should be removed by
b - ,- Wsecurity. Period. President
%W- - Bush, it will be recalled,
Sd . almost never appeared before
audiences not pre-screened for
loyalty. Potential dissenters
were prevented from entering,
- - * and sometimes arrested.
S.- . , - - Democrats shouldn't act that
S . way. At his recent "Town Hall"
in New Hampshire, Obama
S- calmed the crazies by simply
WW W " -asking questioners to identify
S , - - themselves. Also, even Sarah
SPalin's most rapt supporters
ON __ _ - may have understood that
shouting down the president
" would likely backfire political-


ly.
- More broadly, however,
. . Democrats appear once again
S , to have been surprised by the
near-hysteria of the GOP's
f ' lunatic fringe. It's been build-
- * " ing for a generation. Early in
S- " - Bill Clinton's first term, evan-
- _ - gelist Jerry Falwell devoted his
TV show to peddling "The
Clinton Chronicles," a crack-


pot video alleging that the
president of the United States
was'a drug smuggler who had
political enemies whacked.
Rush Limbaugh, currently
comparing Obama to Hitler,
reported that that White House
aide Vince Foster had been
murdered in an apartment
owned by Hillary Clinton.
Several federal investigations
were eventually required to sti-
fle conspiracy theorists. Nor
were these absurdities confined
to paid programming or the
nether regions of the AM radio
dial. These "issues" got volu-
minous coverage on the Wall
Street Journal editorial page.
among others.
The so-called "mainstream"
media provided little help.
Fearful of the dread "liberal
bias" charge, establishment
reporters not only flogged the
fake Whitewater scandal, but
lionized figures such as
Limbaugh, Ann Coulter, Glenn
Beck and Michael Savage.
On TV, conflict builds rat-
ings. "Balance" often means
equating reasonable views with
fantastical lies. Ordinary view-
ers too often can't tell the dif-
ference. Short of an opportuni-
ty to chronicle the exploits of
the risen Michael Jackson;
that's not going to stop.
As Bob Somerby has docu-
mented relentlessly at
DailyHowler.com, Web site,
the 2000 presidential election
was probably decided by the
falsehood that Al Gore claimed
he invented the Internet; the
2004 contest by the "Swift
Boat" smear against smear
Democratic nominee John
Kerry. Time was when journal-
ists and public figures that


habitually misrepresented facts
were relegated to the fringes.
But that time's gone, and it
ain't coming back.
Meanwhile, an entire indus-
try devoted to inventing calum-
nies against Democrats has
flourished, while liberal and
opinion leaders have gazed
thoughtfully into the ambient
air. Ironically, given the current
rhetoric about Obama the
Nazi, its themes have always
been broadly fascist, depicting
liberal Democrats as the
Enemy Within.
Writing about Ann
Coulter's "Slander," I once
noted that "the 'liberal' sins
(she) caricatures -- atheism,
cosmopolitanism, sexual
license, moral relativism,
communism, disloyalty and
treason -- are basically identi-
cal to the crimes of the Jews
as Hitler saw' them."
Which brings us back to
Palin, Empress of the Arctic.
In her characteristically fatu-
ous, self-involved way,
Alaska's former governor has
uttered something so cosmical-
ly stupid only True Believers
could possibly credit her.
"The America I know and
love is not one in which my
parents or my baby with Down
Syndrome will have to stand in
front of Obama's 'death panel'
so his bureaucrats can decide,
based on a subjective judgment
of their 'level of productivity in
society,' whether they are wor-
thy of health care," the former
Republican vice-presidential
nominee wrote on Facebook.
"Such a system is downright
evil."
In consequence, millions of
Americans do fear that


"Obamacare" means euthaniz-
ing geezers and handicapped
children like stray dogs.
Almost needless to say, that
fear is based upon a gross and
palpable lie, although not of
Palin's invention. It appears to
be the brainchild of one Betsy
McCaughey, the former Lt.
Gov. of New York, and a pro-
pagandist for the conservative'
Hudson Institute. On a July
radio program, she claimed
that, "Congress would make it
mandatory -- absolutely
require -- that every five years
people in Medicare have a
required counseling session
that will tell them how to end
their life sooner."
The fraudulent claim quickly
went viral on the Internet.
Palin, gullible soul that she is,
appears to have swallowed it
whole.
But here's the difference.
Unlike previous right-wing
hoaxes -- the Clinton "death
lists," the "Swift Boat" contro-
versy, Obama's birth certifi-
cate, etc. -- this hits people
where they live. Quite like the
Terri Schiavo episode, which
Republicans also mistook for a
winning issue, it's not about
abstract ideology. It's about the
most intimate and solemn deci-
sions we all must make.
People think about such things
harder than about politics, and
they bitterly resent being lied
to.
- Arkansas Democrat-
Gazette columnist Gene Lyons
is a National Magazine Award
winner and co-author of "The
Hunting of the President" (St.
Martin's Press, 2000). You can
e-mail Ly6ns at eugene-
lyons2@yahoo.com.


SGOP thinks the unthinkable: Victory in 2010
:. :._ .= GOP thinks-the unthinkable: Victory in 20,10


BY BYRON YORK

It's a possibility many
Republicans speak of only in
whispers, and Democrats are
just now beginning to face.-
After passionate and con-
tentious fights over health care,
the environment and taxes,
could Democrats lose big -
really big - in next year's elec-
tions?
Ask them about it, and many
Democrats will point to the con-'
tinued personal popularity of
Barack Obama. But that's not
the story. "I think what's going
to happen is Obama's going to
be fine, and the Democrats in
Congress are going to get their
asses kicked in 2010," says one
Democratic strategist who
prefers not to be named. 'This
is following a curve like the
Clinton years: Take on really
controversial things early, fail,
or succeed partially, ask
Democrats to take really tough
votes, and then lose, A lot of
guys are going to get beat, but
the president has time to recov-
er."
Most Republican hope focus-
es on the House of
Representatives, but even there
they have a huge job ahead.
Democrats control 256 seats,
and Republicans 178. Forty
seats would have to change
hands for Republicans to take
charge.


On the other hand, 52 seats *
turned over when the GOP.won
Sthe House in 1994. And even if-
Republicans don't get the 40
they need in 2010, they could
dramatically narrow the gap
between the parties, giving
Speaker Nancy Pelosi and the
Democratic leadership less
room to operate.
The polls are definitely mov-
ing in the GOP's direction. Just
look at the Real Clear Politics
average of the generic ballot
question, which asks whether, if
the election were held today,
you would vote for your local.
Democratic or Republican can-
didate for Congress.' Democrats
have dominated it for the past
few years - until now.
In recent weeks, poll after
poll has shown Republicans
neck and neck, or even ahead,
of Democrats. Even a National
Public Radio survey found
Republicans in the lead.
'There's no question that you're
seeing a shift across virtually all
the polling,"'says one GOP
strategist, "with Democrats los-
ing ground."
Republicans were sensing
momentum earlier in the sum-
mer, but events of the August
recess - specifically, the town-
hall meetings in which oppo-
nents of the Democratic health-
care-reform plan have turned
out in force - have changed
their view. 'This month has
i T


opened our eyes," says one
plugged-in House aide. "We're
seeing real people who are fired
up who weren't engaged before
- the-first time we've had a
popular movement that could
really benefit us electorally."
For the moment, Republicans
aren't worried about.press
reports portraying protesters as
rent-a-mobs or ugly extremists.
A new Gallup Poll asking
whether the demonstrations
have made people more or less
sympathetic to the protesters'
point of view found that 34 per-
cent of respondents said they
were more sympathetic, while.
just 21 percent said less sympa-
thetic. (Thirty-six percent said it
made no difference.) For
Republicans, that's a net plus.
Rep. Tom Price, the Georgia
congressman who heads the
House Republican Study
Committee, points to what he
calls the fatal combination of
Democratic overreaching and
arrogance. "I think that means
huge gains in the House, with a
very distinct possibility of
returning Republicans to the
majority," says Price. "The
American people like checks
and balances, and right now
they don't see any checks and
balances in Washington."
And what if that happened?
Some Obama supporters think it
wouldn't be the worst thing in
the world. "The truth is,


Democratic presidents do better
when there's a Republican
Congress," says the Democratic
strategist. "If there were a
Republican Congress, there'
would be things that are non-
starters."
Things like a public option in
healthcare reform, a massive
cap-and-trade energy scheme
and all gorts of tax increases. In
other words, proposals that are
popular with the Democratic
base but unpopular with the
independent voters who hold
the president's.fate in their
hands.
Republican victory might not
be so bad for a president with
re-election on his mind. With a
GOP House, Obama would be
tugging the debate toward the
left, appealing to independents
and keeping his Democratic
supporters happy. Now, with
liberals like Pelosi and Henry
Waxman running the House,
Obama will be increasingly
forced to fight his own party by
tugging the debate toward the
right - not a formula for
Democratic unity.
Not long ago, some
Republicans were worried about
becoming a permanent minority
party. They may not win, in
2010, but they feel as if they're
back in the game.
- Bvron York is chief politi-
cal correspondent for The
Washington Examiner:


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This is the first time in many
years that the board has been in a
position to devote this much money
to road paving at the start of a new
fiscal year.
Finance Officer Lucretia Farris
said the board's belt-tightening over
the .last two years is partially
responsible for this opportunity.
The fiscally constrained monies,
which have only been available the
last two years, is another factor, she
said.


Angels


"We want to thank the business-
es, civic clubs and individuals that
helped. It was a tremendous giv-
ing," Goodson said.
The coaches were able to raise
more than $5,000 for the trip to the
state tournament, where the 8, 9 arid
10-year-old girls took fourth place.
"They represented the City of
Marianna very well. They played
hard and they played their hearts


"Because fiscally constrained
money is not guaranteed, they
wouldn't have wanted to put this in
the budget to pay for recurring
expenses; you never know what's
going to happen year to year with
that source, so I think this was a
good use for the money," Farris
said. "It hadn't been absorbed in the
budget for another use, it may not
be there tomorrow, and this way it is
going toward a need in the commu-
nity without setting up problems in


out. They were not over-matched by
a single team there, it was really
only a matter of which way the ball
fell," Basford said.
Donations not only covered
motel accommodations - the girls
also were provided with plenty of
Gatorade, and each received a
medallion nd a trophy, Basford said.
With the trip complete, the team
still had about $880 in donated


the future if it goes away," she said.
She also said the board made sig-
nificant headway when it issued
budget-cutting mandates to depart-
ment heads in this budget year and
the last five.
In both years, departments were
asked to trim their operating budg-
ets by five percent from the previ-
ous year's total.
That accounted for a large share
of the $432,000 in uncommitted
general revenue dollars. .


funds left over, Basford said.
"Since the money was donated to
us,. we want to donate it back to a
worthy cause," Basford said.
The money, he said, will go
Marianna's recreation department,
for a softball pitching machine for
the league.
Marianna recreation director
Clay Wells said the machine will
cost approximately $1,200, and the
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"This is the first time they've
been able to transfer 'anything like
this into road construction,"' Farris
said. "Usually we're in the hole and
have to dig out at this point.
They've done a good job with the
budget."
District 3 County Commissioner
Chuck Lockey was one of several
board members who, throughout
this budget-setting process, have
expressed a desire to set aside
money for road paving.


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cost left over after the donation
should easily be covered from the
department's budget.
Basford said they are glad to see
that the machine will benefit not
only their team, but the entire range
of 8 to 15-year-old girls who play in
Marianna's league.
According to Wells, about 130
kids took part in Marianna softball
last year.


OBITUARIES

James & Sikes Funeral
Home - Maddox Chapel
4278 Lafayette St.
Marianna; FL 32446
850-482-2332
www.jamesandsikes
funeralhome.com


Harold Roy
Hutto

The'funeral service for
Harold Roy Hutto will be at
noon, Wednesday, Aug 19,
at the First Baptist Church
of Marianna. Interment
with Marine Corp. honors
will follow at Pinecrest
Memorial Gardens, James &
Sikes Funeral Home
Maddox Chapel directing.

Marianna Chapel
Funeral Home
3960 Lafayette St
Marianna, FL 32446
526-5059
mariannachapelfl.com


Clyde Edwin
"Ed" O'Neal

Mr. Clyde Edwin "Ed"
O'Neal, 80, of Marianna
passed away Monday, Aug.
17, 2009, at his home.
Funeral arrangements
are incomplete but will be
announced by Marianna
Chapel Funeral Home.
Marianna Chapel
Funeral Home is in charge
of arrangements.
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New Dawgs have old goals


After losing Battles, Armstrong,

MHS still eyeing district title


BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR
After losing its best player and
its head coach - the latter less
than two months before the sea-
son - most teams would be tem-
pering expectations.for the com-
ing season.
However, with 15 returning
starters and a wealth of interior
strength and skill position speed,
the Marianna Bulldogs are rais-
ing .expectations even higher in
2009.
Gone are superstar running
back Bradley Battles, who signed
with South Florida, and former
coach Rob Armstrong, who took
the Chipley head coaching job on
July 9.
But new coach Steve DeWitt, a
long-time assistant and MHS
offensive coordinator .the past
two seasons, said that the
Bulldogs goals are still lofty.
"We've got a lot of kids back
from a team that went 8-3 (in
2008) and that's what we're
building on this year," the coach
said. "In talking to the kids, their
goal is to win the district this
year. That's something we
haven't done in a while, but that's
our goal this year.
"With the kids we have return-
ing, I think we've got a good
chance.at that."
Along with district rivals
Pensacola. Catholic and Walton,
Marianna moved down.a classifi-
cation from 2A to 2B, with
Chipley joining the district as the
fourth team.
Though the district has.


"We're going to still
run those five plays
that we run. Well just
be a little bit bigger, a
little bit older and a
little bit better."
-Steve DeWitt,
Marianna coach

changed, DeWitt said that the
look of the Bulldogs on the field
will not.
The Wing-T offense that
Armstrong brought to MHS two
seasons ago will remain.
It's an offense that DeWitt said
that he and his players are very
comfortable with. .
"We're going to still run those
five plays that we run," the coach
said. "We'll just be a little bit big-
ger, a little bit older and a little bit
better."
Last year's offense generated
268 rushing yards per game, with
159 of that coming from Battles,
who accounted for over 4,000
yards of total offense and 46
touchdowns over the last two
seasons.
Replacing one of the state's
best backs won't be easy, but the
Bulldogs will not be short on tal-
ented ballcarriers in 2009:
Speedy wingbacks Tre Long
(274 yards, four touchdowns in
2008) and RJ Bowers (313 yards,
three touchdowns) return for
their senior seasons, while Fidel


Marianna head football coach Steve DeWitt gives instructions to his team during a recent Bulldogs
practice in Marianna. -Mark Skinner/Floridan


Montgomery (367 yards and four
touchdowns) shifts from wing-
back to quarterback.'
Transfer Marjean Dean will get
the first crack at manning the
fullback position, with varsity
newcomer Chris Bowers also


getting time in Battles' old spot.
"(Dean) is pretty tough. He's
not as fast as Battles, but he's
physical, likes running between
the tackles and runs hard,"
DeWitt said. "It's impossible to
replace Battles, but he's, got an


opportunity to really come on
and do well for us. I think he's up
for that challenge."
Tre'Jackson will also provide
more depth at wingback.
See DAWGS, Page 2B I


Chipley's Prough finishes third in FLW bass tourney


SPECIAL TO FLORIDAN
RUSSELLVILLE, Ark. -
Chad Prough of Chipley snuck
up through the field Saturday to
claim the third-place spot with a"
four-day total of 31 pounds, 14
ounces'worth $37,865 in the
Walmart FLW Series@ BP
Eastern Division tournament on
Lake Dardanelle.
Prough was working the same
section of Spadra Creek that
Wellman was, but fished a
Lucky Craft RC:1.5 most of the
time.
'There were a lot of :boats
fishing in there," Prough said.
"The second day we had as
many as eight boats in that little
creek. Everyone was pitching
jigs to stumps in there, so I
decided to give the fish a little
different look.
"Once I figured out that those
fish would bite a crankbait on
those same stumps that everyone
was pitching a jig to, that
became my primary game. It did
not bother me a bit that those
guys were in there fishing,
because I really felt like I was on
a different.'program than they
were."
Prough noted that repetitive
casts to the stumps were key.
"I'd bang each stump eight or
nine times with that crankbait,
and sometimes they would not
bite until the 10th cast," he
added.
It came down to the wire


Saturday, but in the end Team
lams pro Vic Vatalaro's one-fish
, catch Saturday of 1 pound," 9
ounces was enough to win the
Walmart FLW Series@ BP
Eastern Division, tournament on
Lake Dardanelle.
Vatalaro's four-day catch of 15
bass weighing 39-4 earned him
more than $119,000. The catch
gave him the win by a solid 6-
pound, 6-ounce margin over
Nate Wellman of Jenison, Mich.,
who caught a total of 14 bass
weighing 32-14 and earned
$47,331. Rounding out the .top
five pros are Chad Prough of
Chipley. (11 bass, 31-14,
$37,865); Team Kellogg's pro
Dave Lefebre of Union City, Pa.
(16 bass, 31-14, $28,399) and
Tommy Martin of Hemphill,
Texas (13 bass, 29-13, $18,932).
Jeff Magee of Mendenhall,
Miss., caught the biggest bass of
the tournament in' the Pro
Division Thursday - a 6-pound,
2-ounce bass - that earned him
the day's Folger's Big Bass
award of $430.
Coverage of the Lake
Dardanelle tournament, hosted
by the Russellville Advertising
and Promotion Commission,
will be broadcast in high-defini-
tion (HD) on VERSUS, the net-
work which brings anglers the
best fishing programming on tel-
evision featuring the most-trust-
ed authorities on the water.
The Emmy-nominated "FLW
Outdoors," will air Sept. 27 from


,


Chipleys Chad Prough holds up one of his catches Saturday from
a four-day fishing tournament in Russellville, Ark., where he fin-
ished in third place. Prough's four-day total was 31 pounds, 14
ounces, which netted him $37,865 in prize money. -FLW'photo


. 12:30 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. Eastern
Standard Time.
"FLW Outdoors," hosted by
Jason Harper:
The next FLW Series BP
Eastern Division tournament,
hosted by the Columbia County
Georgia Convention and Visitors'

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on Clarks Hill Lake in Appling,
,Ga.
Boats will launch from
Wildwood Park in Appling and
the final weigh-in, will be held at
the Walmart located at 4469
Washington Rd. in Evans, Ga.


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UGA defend looking lor redemption


Golf Tournament
The 3rd Annual Coach
John "Hud" Hudson
Memorial Scholarship
Golf Tournament will be
held Aug. 22-23 at
Florida Caverns Golf
Course. It will be a three-
man. scramble format,
and cost $80 per person.
Morning and afternoon
tee times are available. A
lunch will be provided
and everyone that signs
up will receive a free oil
-change from Rahal-
Miller. Lots of great
prizes and cash give-
aways. For more infor-
mation, call Caverns
Golf at 482-4257,, Hunter
Nolen at 573-6474, John
Donaldson at 573-0806,
or Nora Mayo at 209-
4743.
Sneads Athletics
Sneads High School's
athletic department hosts
a commumty-wide kick-
off event at Aug. 25 at 6
p.m. in the gym.
Meet the football and
volleyball teams, and
cheerleaders. Preview
the band and hear from
the coaches. Hamburger
and hot dog plates avail-
able for purchase and
there will be an auction.
Event proceeds will ben-
efit the athletic depart-
ment. Call 482-9004,
ext. 249 for more info.
MERE Soccer
Marianna Recreation
Department is currently
holding registration for
boys and girls soccer,
which will run through
Aug. 28 for kids aged 5-
18. Registration is from
8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the
Marianna Educational
and Recreational Expo
located at 3625 Caverns
Rd. in Marianna.
The registration fee is
$30 for participants who
live inside the city limits
of Marianna and $45 for
those outside the city
limits. The fee must be
paid with a check or
money order. -No cash
will be accepted. Late
registration will be held
at MERE from 4 p.m. to
7 p.m. on Aug. 24. No
one will be allowed to
register after Aug. 28.
All participants must
bring a. copy of their
birth certificate. The age
of all participants on
Aug. 1 of the current
year will be the player's
age for the entire season.
Anyone interested in
coaching a team or offi-
ciating youth soccer can
contact the Marianna
Recreation Department
at 482-6228 or come by
during registration.
Golf Tournament
The Chipley Lions
Club will, hold a golf
tournament Sept. 19 at
Dogwood Lakes Golf
Club in Bonifay.
Registration and
refreshments will be at 8
a.m., with a 9 a.m. shot-
gun start There will be
prizes for best ball and
four-person team.
Cost is $50 per person,
including cart and lunch.
Hole sponsorships are
needed. As many as two
mulligans may be pur-
chased at $5 each.
Awards and door prizes
to be presented after
lunch at clubhouse.
For more info, contact
any Lions Club member,
or call James or Diana
Barnes at 258-2166 or
373-2775, or Marty
Hinson at 326-1367.

Sports Items
Send all sports items to
editorial @jcfloridan. co
m or fax them to 482-
4478. The mailing
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Fla. 32447.


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With no one player able to match with (last year's starting QB Dustin
Battles' production, DeWitt said that Larkin), so the defense is going to
the Bulldogs will rely on their depth have to account for a number of kids.
and balance to make up for the-loss. "I think when Fidel puts it all
"We're talking about a. kid that together with his physical ability and
rushed for 2,000 yards the last two leadership, we'll have something spe-
years," the coach said of Battles. "It's cial."
impossible to replace.a kid like that. However, the strength of the
We won't get 2,000 from one kid, but Bulldogs in 2009 may be in the
what we hope to do is have four kids trenches, with MHS returning a sen-
that rush for 800 yards. We're going ior-laden offensive line that features
to have to disperse the ball around Troy commits Dalton Bennett and
and not rely so much on the fullback' Tommy Stephens, who also double as
this year." a fearsome defensive end tandem.
DeWitt said that the move of the "We're going to run the ball behind
senior Montgomery to full-time quar- those guys," DcWitt said of Bennett
terback may make the offense even and Stephens. "They're two big kids
more dynamic. . that are tough and physical, and both
"We're going to be able to do some of them know that they've got a
things with Fidel that we couldn't do chance to play at the next level. They


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Defensively, the Bulldogs are big
and fast, but not yet sound enough
fundamentally for DeWitt's liking.
"I don't think we were a very good
tackling football team last year," the
coach said. "That's one thing we have
to concentrate on. We've got to go
back to the fundamentals with tack-
ling. "We need to do more of that in
practice because that's where you
learn it. We just have to be more
intense and physical."
The Bulldogs will open the season
Sept. 4 at home against Jackson
County foe Cottondale. MHS stays in
county the following week for a road
tilt against the Graceville Tigers.
MHS' district opener will be Sept.
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fr a fre pet ma draw 2m to courthouse. 3/2 DW $600 + dep n "M new. $21,500. exc., cond., $31,500. gine, 58K miles. $159,700. 850-866-
responseifroindividuas $650/mo w/sincl. Quiet, clean.H20/ ck1 o1t th D lpllomi 334-406-4555 850-547- 2808 $9500 OBO. 671-2886 2774
Wihomllselyouransmaifor 850-352-2103 septic/lawn/ pest
research or breeding pur- inc 850-209-1027
sp sen rlwhen (Houses Unfurnishedl 3/2 in Malone, $400 Seacraft, '89 20ft .
reser- - whe n or= p - -
givinganainmalaway. 2/1 in Malone, $360 enter Console, boat,
Cottage 2/1 securityng, 850- motor & trailer, 95
Cottage 2/1+ or 850-557 OfceBudings J 225HP Johnson Mtr,
cats fencednear town' 3FOR SALE OR LEASE: bakeswh.runs
off 90 W $575 3/2 MH, CH/A in Medical Bidi well, very clean,
Free to loving home, 765-425-5288 town 850-541- Centrally located. Great cond.$6,850.
liter trained kittens. 3/1 brick home in 3414/638-9228 850-526-4407 or 850- 334-6965505.
850-482- 5880/850- Bascom, Ig yard, 541-4379 Sea King older mod-
303-9727 taking applications 4BR/3BAin Marianna, el with traier & 25
$550 850-209-1265 Lots of extras. HP Johnson outboard
C$Do g s.' - s- $ 675/moi 4 +dep,850- l 0 m 1400 080 - 5. - .
Dos 3/2 All tile floors, in 352-4655 334-671-5530 i f
Marianna $750+
AKC Bichonpups $750dep. Ref. req. Clean 2/2 for family Ski Centurion '98AdsreeAds FreeAds Ads
SALE cute loving lap (850) 573-1232 of 2, no smokers, no 21FT, new custom
dogs non-shedding 2- pets. $450 + $450 cover, wake board 17 Handbook of U.S. Acoustic Guitar, 1st Entertainment cern New Red Bricks- Seeking former
M $300.334-237-3274 3/2 w/2 car garage, dep 850-718-8158 tower,CD, low hrs. Coins 1951 to 1979 account, still in the ter, hold up to 36" 350+ also 50+ used Dozier School Stu-
like new, $800, 3/1
A -C Collie pupp like new, $800 3/1 Greenwood area 2/2 $12,500 334-389-2576 incomplete series box, w/accessories TV, oak color $50 $150.00 for all. dents. Please call Jim
smooth & rough coat & Ref. Req. 850-579- 430, 2/1 $425 850- $25. 850-592-2507 $75 850-593-0401 850-688-7098 850- 526-2840 @ 904-338-1609
$450 and up. 850-593- 4317/866-1965. 569-101517New Ropin Bunkbed, solid wood, Flatware set. 34 pc. Nylon line used 132' Small dinette set w/1
5300 -569-105AT37 N - Sadiew/standg0 w/built in dresser, Thai bronze, horn 5/8" $.30/ft, 56'5/8" chair $35 850-688-
3BR/IBA, 2643 Faney Homes, MH'S, S w 2 shelves & desk, $200 handles, like new braided. $.50/ft. 7098
Free: Miniture St Cottondale CH&A Duplexes, Apts, 2SEATER Go Cart 850-593-0401 850-594-9923 $150.850-592-2507 850-592-2507
Snauzer puppies No Pets, $500 + $300 Section 8 & good condition $250 of Complete bedroom GE refrigerator, Old time chairs $5 Sofa/Loveseat-$450
S dep. (850) 352-4222 .Lots Available 334-695-2161 U.S. Coins, (red set $275 850-6868- cream color, minor $10 ea, handmade Exc. cond. La-Z-Boy,
tails knobed. 00 8 50,526 2- 1 b & bu
482-8224 Indian Spring Honda'07 420EX, like SKI NAUTIQUE '84, books) 1960 to 1980. 7098 leak, $100 850-526- wood dining table iw/thin blue
482-8224 4BR/3BA, Pool, $1400 Nice, several rental new, automatic, 614 runs great! $8500 $40.850-592-2507 7309 $100 850-569-2770 pin ripes. 693-0605
month, $1400 depos- properties to choose hours. $3200. 334- 080. 334-447-7023 or Cosco toddler car Ladies 24' Schwin Pak n Playortable Stephen King 1st. ed
it-850-557-2865or From, attractive & af- 798-2857 334-347-1962 2 Round dark cherry seat, navy blue,$20 Ranger bike w/hel- laypen, nice cond ition books.new/F/NF
850628-3343_ fordable, CH/A, a- wood endtables 850-526-3426 met & basket $80 35 850-526-3426 $20 and up. Marianna
Nearly New 2 BR ter, lawn care & $15/ea. 850-557-4689 Custom made cur- OBO 850-526-7309 850-592-2507
Home- Hwy 90 E garb. incl. F/L/S. 850- 14 seat cushions, tains w/cornicea i - Phillips Magnavox
$600'mo, 250 ep 352-2897/850-573- '06 Ranger Z19, Mer- blue/white$1or all 82x8 $50 Ler w/ualtape & Stroller, ighweiht,
850-526-8367 625cury 225 Pro XS. Yel- 850-569-2770 688-7850-569-2770 wave, white $30 850- CD w/stand $150 15uple print, like new850-52-3426
__--.__-- i i,--_ low & w hite, low hrs, Dark green sw ivel M medical Scrubs
Houses Furnished realS ate exc. cond., $29,500. '07 285 XLI 7 dining room chairs, rocker/recliner Sz XS-5X. $15-$25. Pink satin bed set- Tonneau Cover- $350
St 334-695-0312 modern style, sturdy, w/footstool $60 OBO 850-579 0710 $35 full size includes Fiberglass, clamp on,
Farm Equipment 3/1.5 located off 71 N 2003 CONTENDER 19ft, bluegray, 150HP padded seats $75 850-526-7309 drapes 593-2269 fits 2005-08 crew cab
Farm Equipment 3/1 located off 71 N 2003 CONTENDER 36' Yamaha V-Max, 850-526-3365Motorcycle Parts. trucks. 850-579-0157
$675/mo + $675 dep. with Yamaha stroke loadedLow hrs Diaper Genie, $5 Honda GL1200 new& Queen size mattress,
$675/mo + $675 dep. radar, color gps, auto
4425 J.D. Combine CH/AW/Dhkup machine, clor cso $ 1,000 obo AB-Lounger, brand Cosco Juvinile Pack n used. $20 and up. generic Sleep #, $300 VemcoV Track draft-
Both Heads, 7 Peer- 850-209-5696 r machT i n3,ce - e n- 3321,47q234 new, was $129, will Play $30 850-526-4425 850- 592-2507 850-482-6189 ing mach.& scales,
less dryers, KMC four 3/2 New Home, Corn- sole 334-685-2297 334-796tak$60 850593 ryer-$100 General Multicolored sleeper Rival Dee Fryer $15 sz.37-1/2" x60".$125.
row shaK er& 334- pass Lake $800 Bass Tracker Pon- Triton'02 TR21, Mer- 0401 Electric Dryer. Runs sofa, good cond. $100 592-2507 Dellwood 850-592-2507
266-5907 or lst,last, sec. 850-352- toon 92' 21ft. 70 HP cur 225 engine new good. 850-557-0276 850-352-2103850-
334-355-2883 2897/850573-0625Evenru great cond. motor Brown rocker -Wood Vanity- $50
334-355-2883 2897/8505730625 artents/Conos/ $5,400. OBO 334-714-finder. $17,000. 334 recliner $175 080 Refrigerator $60 850- Swingset $25 Whirlpool dishwash- Good Condition.
Gandy 4 row insecti- 3/2, newly renovat- Townhouse For as 1543 703-0522 850-526- 7309 557-4689 850-482-6189 er $50 850-526-7309 850-557-0276
cide applicator ed, great location,
w/double boxes, for big yard, $750/mo.
two chemicals 1/i Furnished Utilit- 2BR/2BA TOWN- - - - -
mounted on tool bar. ies incl. $600/mo. HOUSES For rent.For
Good condition. $400. 850-394-7245 info call 8-5. 850-209-
229-758-3146 or 229- 8531/482-1050
400-5184
MF '08 Tractor 2065 Maanna Health & Rehabilitation Center
with 50'total hours, is accepting applications for:
brown manufactur- Administrative Assistant to
ing bushhog. $12,500. the Administrator m A
334- 774-7535 Applications may be obtained from
Marianna Health & Rehabilitation Center
Toro Lawnmower or online: cityofmarianna.com
Z355 555Hrs. Front 4295 5th Avenue Marianna, FL 32446 C o p y rige d Ml
deck/rear grass bag- (850) 482-8091
ger. $3,850. 334-798-
9624, Great Cond. I 14 Sy indicated Content
Fruit & Vegetables CHIPOLA COLLEGE 1 1( 1cii a lI
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INTERPRETER FOR DEA F/HEARING -
Fresh Peas Several IMPAIREDSTUDENTS. Available from Commercia News Providers r
Varieties. Also U-Pick
Peas. Shelled or Associate's degree from an accredited
unshelled. 2307 Mayo college or equivalent in education and
Rd. (Btwn Cypress & sign language proficiency required.
Grand Ridge. Bobby Current RID (Regstry of Interpreters for
Hewett (850) 592- the Deaf); NAD (Natonal Association of
4156 the Deaf); or NIC (National Interpreter
Okra for sale 850- Certification) preferred.
592-2350 850-592- APPLICATION DEADLINE: OPEN UNTIL
9726 FILLED (Immediate need for fall 2009
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SHELL PEAS! Farm Contact Human Resources at
Fresh Vegetablesl (850)718-2269, Monday through
Deese Produce, Thursday, 7:30 am - 4:30 pm to apply.
Lovewood Rd.,
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'03 Class A Monoco GMC 07 Yukon SLT
La Palma. 2 slides. 31 K, 5 IL V8. lent n,.r,-YMAHA'06
1�/ bath. Loaded! 6 dis C C, iDanger. YA '06
Incl. car dolley & all rowSeat. bose spk . Nissan '08 Versa, Roadstar 1700cc,
furnishings (dishes, $21.90 080 1OBO 7.2552 Hatchback, Blue Ext, Black, Motorcycle.
towels, etc.) $65K. Honda '04 ,. ord Black Int, Auto. 5000 miles. Vance g " 'i_
334-790-3480. CHEVROLET'06 wlonde, bl04e Intior, 10,200, CD, Keyless HARLEY DAVIDSON Hines Exhaust Sys-
Tioga Arrow 27ft Find Impala,Buigundy non smoking vehicle, Entry, $13,500 OBO, '08 1200 Sportster tern. 4 helmets and Fold '00 Ranger XLT
Motorhome'86CSupercab 3 Litre V-6.
th e8.at D as Sdan y 51Kmiles, premium- Ka '06 Spectra EX,4 334-333-6590. Custom, 108 miles, gel cushion. One OYOTA04, 95000 e
whiteAuto.8 yl. Great Deal Sed.2 soundsstem beauti- door, 4 cylinder, AT Pontac 05' Bonne- warranty, Like new owner, garage kept. Sequoia Gray,SUV.
Pow.brakes & steer- WD. 51000, Loaded, ful car. 12,000. 334- loaded, 42,000 miles, villeGXP V-8 loaded, $9,800, 334-702-4778. Like new. $9000. 334- Auto 8cyl 2 W 334-7 90-7959
ing, A/C, AM/FM, in the Power brakes, Pow- 792-7145 or 334-791- 4,0misV8 eLken .$0.334- Auo.8-
n, s, Pow- 792S714 77020A Lo/ld_ _runs 334-790-7959A
runs welllower steering, CD, A/C, 7145 cell like new, 1 owner. 8300 mi. $21,500. 334- Harley Davidson'08 618-5833. 77020 Loaded runs 334-790-7959
milesFair cond.Has Cla sifieds e ' A6,995. 334-790-7959. 347-5454 anytime, Anniversary Fat Boy, Yamaha '07 FZ1 low Gr con $15,655. d '03 3ar50 Super
lesard. AM/FM,stereo, runs Honda 05' Accord EXleavms coper-rsa . $ 55. Duty Lariat 4x4, LD,
leak damage.$6000. well,newtires,leather 4-dr. 33K mi. Gold, leave ms. Loaed. miles. 2K m. $5,900. 3342021225 6.0 turbo charge die-
850 526 2840. int. very clean, Great tinted windows,clean Pontiac'98 Grand Am 334-632-1100
Winnebago '03 Ad- cond.334-805-3656 $14,400. 334-596-5321 $375own 0% Inter 334-798- 5104.new.18000, - pr, le truck topaded,
venture 38ft. gas en- - t. dancing 1.800-470- . iY0 95k miles, $15,900
aine, 2 'csulelg elrri 0650 9am/9pm '07 18ft car hauler tilt 850-209-4416
fridge/tre,:zer. 15k SATURN -'04 Ion 2 trailer, like new, used Ford '03 F150 super-
muchmore. 33 $6,995 W.M. Car miles, Loaded, war Yamaha'07 VStar 4416 Cond. White grayint.
much amcre. 334.74. SexusILLCE K Car miles, Loaded, war- bed 'ext. $15,000. 34-
4884 SaleslLLC 1919 W.M. ranty, 8,000 OBO. 1300 Tour, uel njec- Farm Equip.7500 596-3189.
w( t ersporBs 'a b HONDA '08 Civic.2 Dr. St. 334-699-5880 Call 706-358-9685. tion, water cooled, Lissilton Peanut pick-
Black. Auto. 4-cyl.. www.westmaincar HARLE DAIDSON cruise control,extras, er$1850. 6000 Ford '04 F150 Fx4,
, Maro gray ow miles. veryclean. sales.c- DynaowRier 470 m., Like new Lissilton Peanut pick- Super Cab, 6-discCD,
Kawasaki9590ZI interior. 4 cylinder clean '08 Dyna Low Rier 4700 mi., Like new 68K mi., $14,000,
Jet Ski , trailer Ex. BMW 00 323 102K M radio, CD, onstar, Like new. $15,600. VEGA'73 355 Che- I05th,AnnivEdition, $7,690.334-714-4001 334-897-0582
Cond. $1,800. 334- White $8495 W.M. sunroof, 9,000 miles. 229-774-2203. vy/Race car w/eni. Copper/Black, Mo- Yamaha'09 1300V FORD '07 Explorer
696-5505 /791-4885. Car SalesLLC 1919 $17,995. 334-797-0987 ,,il trailer, $14,000 OBO. torcycle. 6-spd. 1,700, Star touring bike, Sport Track Limited,
SEA DOO '07GTI SE, W.M. St. 699-5880 -- - --rn8 850-227-1568. Loaded, Like new. 2500 miles. $8,500. dark red, Truck. Au-
Yellow/White, 38 www.we.tmair,car OIt . ,R Volvo '06 S40, black, 17,500,334-790-5357. 334-796-8174 to. 8-cyl.4WD.
hours, Like new. ; ales com 1 . sunroof, leather, 6 Harley Davidson 08 Sport Utility Vehicles $2324500mi, Loaded,
Trailer included, 334- ..na-. Greatcond. $23,500,
791-5478 or 334-793- 57K miles. $14,300. 3K mi. black, warr FORD '86 F-350 1 ton 334-709-4439.
0050. MeredeBenz0 I 334 4751701 ty, erfectcond flatbed dump truck, 6
SL500 silver, Hd & cyl. 4 sp. $4,350 OBO
Yamaha 04' Wave 155RA E Sof r VW '05 Beetle, Co many xtras.13,500 -334-8520, 334
Runner 1200 XLT, 155 Chev '0SSR.R ESoft tops. 39,873K mi. vertible, excellent 850-526-2790 355-1202
HP, 58hrs.in fresh FIND Only 20000 Honda 08 LXP. Pristine cond. condition, light blue, Harley Davidson'95 h
water w/trailer me 60 L engine White Auto. 4-cyl. $20,500. 334-684-2006 leather, loaded, 33K Ultra 'Classic Elec- Freghtliner'01 Cas-
4,700. 080 4-75 50 W . Cr K ter. c etie. 25800 miles, very $13,500. 334-714-2908 tric Glide 30 yr anni- sic XL, 500 Detroit
137.ay Night_ $9 950 WMCar Eather.conve le ,eversary $8,700 334- CHEVY '01 Blazer, 84t� bump. 890K, Ford 2003 F250 Diesel
Sales LLC 1919 W.M. Don't miss this one! clean, Great condo. Classics &Antiques 695-4014 White, SUV. Auto. 6- $18,000., 334-673-
Waverunner 650, low vwww.estmaincarsales.com - - - 334-726-5491 Harley Davidson'87 cyl. 4 WD. 130000, 7868 or 334-Condition. Bedliner
engine hours, need _ Chevy 94' Z-71 off-rd. Camero'72 Dragcar, FXRS, metallic bur- Power brakes, Power Garbage Truc 14 Cover, Sell for Well
minor repairs. $750 exc-cab 350 loaded, Honda '92 Accord LX, , 477 CI big block, gundy, Like new. steering, CD, A/C, cu d 1990 F 700 Below NADA Value.
334-792- 3135 camper shell, custom wr doors, exc condL, Mercedes'05 ML3 needs power glide, Complete with Sad- AM/FM, runs well, Ford 229-465-3322 334-618-4533
wheels. Needs a little 3000.334-714-15ds'05ML350, Best offer 850-526- die bags, Front Bag sunroof, $4500, 334- For More Info Opera
work.$1500. 693-5374 tan, SUV. Auto. 6-cyl. 2290 days, eves.850- and 2 New Harley 793-0677ional Sold "As Is"
transportation work.$ . 69AWD.42,000, Loaded, 594-9931 Helmets. 14,400 793067ealed Bids opened
- Chrysler '95 Sebrig Power steering, CD, Miles. Asking $5,199 8-05-09 @ 11:00
' BMW'06 3251 Sports sunroof Ithr, 2DR A/C, AM/FM, stereo, |L O K or best offer, Please a.m. Minimum Bid
Pkg 20" inch rims, oupe, AC all power, low milescall207-217-86352000
ranty. 35,500 Mi. new tires, sunroof. MT'05 275 Challeng- ,
$24,000.334-798-5753 Chrystler'05 Crossk leather it. very er by Caterpillar, 40 Ford 68 F100 step
fire Convertable 12k Ford '68 F100 step
Caireker $1gg_ miles, auto white, Honda'97 Prelude clean, like new. t hp 4WDturf tires, side, REDUCED,
mint cond. black top, 5sp manual, ice cold $22.000. 334-792 Chevy 07 Tahoe, 15 hours w 5"bush MUST SELL, runs
$15,900 850-209-4416 a/c, 154K on chassis, 3076. 24,800 miles. Like 850-2mo93675 great 18K m. black,
Aviation 83K omotor,Sony MERCEDES '0C230 new, CARFAX. All 334-671-3772.
hMastermodel328D, Ford '73 I ton boom
'CD, AEM intake, Mu- Sport. 48k miles, load U '65 F-100' Harley Street Glide power Rear DVD. Torro '05 Grounds 334-671-3772.
196Cessna 150C gen exhaust, alarm, e, CD, sunroof, neW White, PU. 3-spd. '06 Excellent condl- Sell less than NADA 4WD 72" cut, Kubota truck,351Cleveland,
Airplane, 2200 hours, BMW 2006 3251,36350 new tires, tint, runs brakes, warranty, 1 cyl.73,000 original tion, custom paint, value. 334-632-0144 deisel engine, 800hrs, runs great.$500 334-
exc. cond., angered miles. ONE OWNER, great. $6,500. Con - owner, garage kept, mi, A/C, AM/FM, too many extra's to 8K 850-209-1936 6918012
throughout its life. Immaculate. Leather, tact Craig 727-798- amat records. runs well, Great tn For '03 Expedition
Can$b 334-796-7218. For- '97-311 Fmeto 7, 3KK,
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$16,000. 334-897-2207 CARFAX. 333-8956 Automatic 350 5547 home $1 ,. 375K, Loaded, Leather, m , w/Knap He
$16,000. 334-897-220e Harly '00 Dyna Wide DVD, CLEAN! 10,500 utility body, p/s, p/b,
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w/purchase of 1977 door, loaded, V8 su- $7300. OBO 5200 miles. $9,500. sion Van, loaded $5,500., 334-699-6841
AlA Grumnan A/C per clean, 47K miles, 334-774-1915 334-596-1694 122K, Ready to travel
excellent low time warranty. $29,995. Corvette88,000 mi. Excellent Gat pro car $4,500. ey Davidson 06 XLT A334-7na ack 0155 A rtisin is the
$23,900.334-449-1864 334-701-5550 40th A . trpe 4.50. HD '00 Dyna Wide t oo. a ke
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condition. $400.334- 596-1694 $4,500. 334-790-7959 sales.com 334-774-2825.. Custom Sportster age. Loaded 68K02Voyaer dvertising is the
W'98 325C87KM g ack,C 20K mi. Great cond. $14,000. Van cold air , loa edn best way to make
798-0626 $8,995 W.M. Car Datsun '78 280Z 2+2, Mazda '85 RX-7 GSL, Outstanding cond., 334-793-9265 75,000 m. Excellent,
b conrtible, Sales LLC 1919 W.M. 334original owner, 5 Grey, 79k mi Street Loaded. See to a ,p- 74$4995.334-790-7959. points withrime
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Ford '98 Mustang Co- 132k miles. dark lade. 71.050 miles $5995. Reduced crreat condo. $5K. 334- A0-5- L n iclu peope, right
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OT E 9 Go Golf Cart, 6 6Inf 5niti '..kl.r 130 1K Loaded. Excellent Loaded, Pwr brakes,
Grand Prix 02' Silver new batteries and 01 130 120K Chili Red, -spd. tras. Make offer.
4-dr. Sedan Nice, charger extra clean Silver $5,995 W.M. 4-cyl. 48,200, CD, p noltam~ctuyelnet $12,500, 334-379-8733 ' Pwr steering, CD,
$2,500.! 334-696-2079 99 334-695-0107 Car Sales LLC, 1919 A/trA/C, AM/FM, stereo, Ford '97 Ranger Ext
A/C, leather int., HONDA -'03 Metr o , e Cab runs great
Honda 08' Civic LX Ford '03 MustangGT W.M.St.334-6- lean. $11,900. bo, politan Scooter. runs well, leather Loks good 3400
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I$4,995. 334-79 5 q a miles, auto. Garage maincarsales.com miles, exc. cond. . Ford Ranger '07 4-cyl.
kept, $10,800 Firm $1200.334-774-7108. Jeep '02 Wrangler X, Ford '98 Windstar, Auto, Air, PS,PB
HONDA '08 Fit Sport, Pearl, Auto. 8-cyl. 334-596- 9966 - SUV. 5-spd. 6-cyl. 4 $475 down, 0% Inter- Am/FM 46Kmi. like
Silver5-spd 4-yl. 94000, Pwr steering, HONDA - '03 Metro- WD.44K,Greatcond. est. DaylightAutoFi- new,$8,950.OBO
WD.very clean,13500K Likoaded, F ord '03 Taurus SES. politan Scooter. $11,500, nancing 1-800-470- 334-714-1543.
very clean, Like new. CD, A/C, A FM, V6. 88k miles clear. Bright yellow, low 719-93- 0650 9am9pm
$14,750. 333-7555. stereo, runs well, $3500. 334 691-8012 miles, exc. cond. 50 9C '03 Somona, 4
Great cond. $9,000, $1200. 334-774-7108. Jeep '06Wrangler X GMC '98 Savannah Hi cyl, 5 sp, AC, Pwr
Van,ME Rfully'01 loaded, 850-482-4848.hard top, 6 Sp. 6-Cyl. top van. leather, Steering pwr brakes,
102K miles, white ex- Cadillac '04 De vile, ar -30 Bk.4-W. A/Ccruise power, Q-bed, 2TV's newtires, tunno cov-
cellent condition 34K miles, leather, all 95k $6,495 W.M. Car Honda03 Shadow control 36,K mi. very clean, ballgame er. $4800. 585-5396
$5,500 334-740-9155 electric, garage kept Sales LLC, 1919 W.M. NISSAN '06Altima, 750 Loaded $4000. $15,500. Exc. Cond. ready! $5,395. 334-
$13.500.334-347-9829 St.334-699-5880 33e, Sedan. Auto. 44-790-9660 334-693-3424 334-701- 793-3494/333-1291 GMC '04 Sonoma, all
Silver Lincoln $ 0- REDUCE Honda '04 SlverwIng 5153. power, except seats,
03'Town car signa- CADILLAC 'i98 Djihles, - *www.westmaincar cyl. 61,000, Loaded, s R oEDED Honda '04 Slve ing 1Pontiac '01 Montana; 4 door w/keyless,
ture 108K, 4 new 135K miles, loaded, FORD '09 Mustang sales.com runs well, sunroof, Business CPetRod 800. . Low all power, rear A/C, 7 4WD, garagekept,
tires $6900. 334-701- leather, new A/C, Mi- Bullitt, Highland p Wrangler very clean, Like new. Bi350 4-sp auto ACh PS .e good3 0
teep '88 Wrangler 350 4-sp auto ACPSpassenger,good 34k mi as. 13,000-
5880 chelin tires $4,995 Green, 1000 mi, 4X4, black runs good $15,500. 334 333-4655. Fat man suspension Honda '04 Silverwing condition.$4500.334- 334-347-9829
Vette 96' Collector 688-2163, 370-6635 Loaded, warranty, $4000. OBO 615-983- Runs & drives great $3.800. OBO. Low 299-3378 or 618-7101 MC '91 Jimmy 4x4,
addition factory hard Still new. $27,500., 0116, 615-983-0067 . .B _ can drive anywhere. miles. 334-355-13008 E = 6.2 Diesel 4in ift.
1 -34790-9431 Asking $16,900. Call H6nd'08750uShm " inw il
"soft tqps auto, 334-790-9431___m___or e-mail for more oweas.4370 Sh.ad 12x36 Radial
loadd, 02Kmi..W! . ow, extras.4300 mi-, Jeep '83 CJ-7, grey, S I L L 2x3 Raia
la ne xod '92 F1.XLTinfo: 334-355-2400 like new,black/white. Jep 8 g y '07 Sienna SwampersPS, PB,
beautiful car, exc. r 9 F TNISSAN'015 Altima, in
condo, $12,900. 334 4X4 5 sp. 8 S classics $5900. 334-692-3337 SUV. AuAto 6-cyl 4TAC, Auto, AM/FM CD
cond,12,900. 334 A/C PS&PW$1,750. Blue, Sedan.Auto.4- hotmail.com WD. 118k, Power XLE, Handicap Van,
334-714 cyl. 61,000 Loaded steering, new tires 6-cyl. Loaded, 8K 9333
VW 04' Beetle turbo, Toyota '02 Camry LE Ford '93 Taurus, runs runs well, suhroof, Motorcycles HONDA '08 CR 1000, $6,500. 334-691-5683. miles, leather, nay, GMC '91 Jimmy 4x4,
sunroof, loaded 115K $7500 W.M. Car ood, needs AC, JEEP'9 Wrangler, very clean, Like new. black&silver, 6-spd. bluetooth. Like new. islii f
9,900.334-798-2747 200 71723 $2300, for pics e-mail $1,500. 334 333-4655. '07 25 CC 4 Wheeler, 4-cyl. 1468 miles, $46,600, 334-899- 6.2aluminum wheelsft.
Sales LLC 1919 W.M.lwell,wanty 12x36 Radial
St. 334-699-5880 Ford 95S'Mustang,Co- at:KRNDAH@aol.com Nissan '07 Altima $2250 80l ike new, low miles, runs well, warranty, 8741. 12x36 RadialPB
www.westmaincar nvertable $2500 850- 205-449-1970. 2.5SL, Black, 34,200 996$2250 OBOiding gear, in $10,000 SwAC, AutoPS, PBAM/FM
C K sales.com 726-0256 Uncoln '95 Mark 8 moon roof, spoiler, 2003 YZ125,bought OBO.334-796-5596. $4800 obo.850-762-
CHEVY '95 Camaro Ford '99 Taurus, 4 LSC 2-dr. Sports leather int. very new n 2005, has less9333
OUTTHE Z28. 81k, Auto, 140k door, all power, 110k Coupe, excellent clean, Like new. than 100 hrs. $2000; Honda '75 XL125 All JeeprLibrty,2004, V6.MC' dump truck,
CLA SFI)DS! miles, $4500. OBO miles. Great shape condition, new paint $20,500obo, 334-372- 2007 YZF250, great Orig. Runs but needs P/W, Cruise, CD, Wanted: 1997-1998 GMC '95 dump truck,
334-796-3199. $3,200 334-685-0560 $2,000. 334-726-7943 0702 or 334-432-0302. shape and wel main- some work $800. Dodge Ram P/U 4X4 V-8 Allisontrans.,
taI n e d.$4000. Bu y Firm. 334-347-9002 Great Condition, orChevrolet4X4 will good cond. $3500
both for $5500.334. call noonr4pm Only! CARFAX. Below pay cash850-849- B 334-701-5516or
S726. 3852 Honda TRX 300 EX Rea! Call 632-014_4 _7002 Nancy. 334-691-987
Bike is complete cus Land Rlver'l Range ITrucks0Heavy Du Mitsubishi '06 Raider
tom with tons of Rover Super charged Duro Cross, Crew
IT TAKES TWO to Find the Right One a.'esso resMl. R. e Ion.weerop-.
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� lotJobs and the Jaclk roi County Floridan have jbined ARC YiC CT70 0go 750 vurnant
~IJng you qualified carlntates from Mariannai ya * ,EF. 4,4.2500lb.winch. OBO 334-91-0742 laa B


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Bg Doq'0- Ridge $9r99 Firm. Has 3 We4-6Main8St 1500,LT, ExCab, Z71 OBO. 334-
ba. Hraio"ar 334 4WD, Leath.,126K
back, Hardtail,$9500.334-794-4809.
11,000 mi, $13,500. 33488../5 '-a.,�
.34-702-9988. 334- Kawasaki '08 Vuhcan l , '
648.2425 900 custom. 2400 Nbsn 8Ttan LE,
miles, windshield, Crew cab, Short Bd.
1450 cc, 6 spd trans. '$5900. '334-692-3337 U 4WD. 1,000K mL Eic
full scat, windshueld. or 196.5421 Cond, BluToothmoon
hwy bars w. pegs. Molo Motor Scooter roof leather Intvery
backrest luggage '05.200mt,Blue, Lexus '00 R300 Pearl Che 4Slveradoarnty
rack bag,Scream . $1650W850-258-168 hie 128K Mi ' Elcel- 3500,-Duramax,6.6L,
ing Eagle pug. $8750 lert SUV. $8.995 West Dually Tow Pkg/po- $29,995. 34-7920650
800cc, 750 mi. Like Main Car Sales LLC war trailing mirrors D oyOta '02 Tundra
Harley '04 Road King new, crash bar& 1919 West Main St. crew cab, ext. bed, TRD w/boier ex-
Classic, 4,000 miles;, 'windshield $4,800. 334-699-5880 87K mi. Loaded Buy lent condition
dresser bag, other Lesus '01 RX300, w/2007 Copper Can- 5659/209-1696
ex- tras. $5,5000. 334- Suzuki '07 King-quad earl white, [00K ,,^ + ,,


797- 2995 or 334-792- 700 4X4, auto trans miles, excellent SUV ur " ,
4357 like new, 140 mi. Ca- $9,500. 334-792-9672 2 slides, sharp. Call
mouflage. $5,500. or 134- 333-5709 for details. Buy
HARLEY '99 Soft-Tail 080 334--585-2398. Separate or pkg. deal Toyota '04 4 Dr Dbl
Custom, Dinond Ice/ ' apor 54,999.334-805- Cab Tacoma, Sil- ver,
Azlec Orange, low Yamaha '02vRaptor . 71, -,
miles, Like new. 660, fully loaded wilh 4906. Pick-up. Au- to. 6-
$10,500, 684-1211. accessories, ridicu- Mercury '99 MT. Dk CHEVY '64 Full ize cyl. 2 WD. 80,000,
l ously clean & last. u' .'64 Full Size Loaded, Power
OBO 334-805-0816 Bl . grey leather, P/UP, V-8, 350 motor brakes,'Powersteer-
sunroof, 89K. Loaded. 3 sp. New tires, ex-
- ' Great cond. $5900. haust & clutch $3,500 ing, Tilt, Cruise,.Hard
334 687 4494. MSTA 334-687-6500, Bed Cover w / Liner,
695-8454 A/C, AM/FM, Like
Nissan 06 Pathfinder new. $15,500 Firm
Harley Davidson SE. ntc- leallthi-r. Chevy '71 El Camino, new. $15,500 Firm,
BOSE sound sunroof. 350 Engine; $7500 334- 445-1683.
Road King Custrom. Yamaha 04 57K miles. $16.0300 850- 594-3282 Toyota '07 Tacoma
Pearl e'ellr,. 6-spd.. 4whceler.400 Big 334-714-0770 Chevy '90 454 SS,79K 4WD, 4cyl, 5sp,
.3000 mi. Loaded. Like Bear 4x4, green, miles, new paint and 42500k miles, bed
new! Always covered 5 spd., only 76K Like much more, MUST liner/fiberglass cap.
and garage C ept. new. $3700, 693-0892. SEEI $9000.334-648- $16,150. 334-899-2120
Includes sundowner YAMAHA '08 V V -slar 1014 - Toyota '08 Tundra
S. at w bad rest. 250. burgendy. 1836 Dodge '08 Quad cab, SR5, four doortruck
windshield, rush miles. $2695. 334-693 5.7 Hemi, loaded. with bedliner. White
mufflers. $15,995. 5454 $16,500. 334-796-8174 w/ dark cloth Interi-
334- 393-004 Nissan '07 Pathinder or. Dual video sys. In
1IeSE. Black. Auto. 4SK Dodge '98 Ram 1500 headrests, running
Harley Davisdon'89 leather Int.'3rd Xcab. $575 down, 0% boards, satellite
Low ider chrond m. leather.. 3rd Interest Daylight Au-. radio and new tires.
oul s..und r.great. r,)w i'eat. L ihe rnew. to Financing. 1-800- 25,000 mi. Asking
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