Jackson County Floridan

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


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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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3 charged with Medicaid fraud

Three Jackson County individuals have
been arrested on charges of defrauding
Medicaid, Attorney General Bill
McCollum announced in a news release
According to the news release, the three
conspired to defraud the Florida Medicaid
program out of at least $112,000.
Frederica Bell Hill, Cathy Summerlin
and Larry Roger Hill, all of Cottondale,
were arrested by the Attorney General's
Medicaid Fraud Control Unit, with assis-
tance from the sheriffs' offices in Jackson
and Calhoun counties.
The Hills were taken into custody
Tuesday; Summerlin' was arrested
Wednesday morning.
Cottondale resident Frederica Hill, 41,
is a licensed practical nurse employed by
Interim Home Health Agency to provide

Frederica Bell Hill

40 hours of skilled nursing per week to a
Medicaid recipient.
Medicaid fraud investigators received
information from the Department of
Children and Families' Adult Protective
Services in late 2004. Hill allegedly

Cathy Summerlin Larry Roger Hill

entered into a verbal agreement with
Cathy Summerlin, 43, the mother of the
Medicaid recipient, to falsify service
'records indicating Hill was providing serv-
ices to Summerlin's son while Summerlin
lived ifi Cottondale. Summerlin has since

moved to a nearby community.
After obtaining the falsified service logs
from Summerlin, Mrs. Hill would alleged-
ly submit the logs to her employer, which
submitted the claims to the Medicaid pro-
gram for reimbursement.
According to the news release, from Jan.
1, 2005 until Dec. 15, 2008, Hill was paid
more than $112,000 for services she
allegedly never provided. Frederica's hus-
band, Larry Hill, 41, also of Cottondale,
allegedly had knowledge of the agreement
and made payments to Summerlin for her
participation in the scheme.
Frederica Hill is charged with Medicaid
provider fraud, organized fraud, communi-
cations fraud, grand theft, neglect of a dis-
abled adult and conspiracy to commit
Medicaid provider fraud. If convicted, she
faces up to 80 years in prison and up to
$40,000 in fines.
See FRAUD, Page 5A >

Williams jury selection begins Monday School

BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER the bathroom of their home in Marianna, Department of Law Enforcement lab to run o
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER bound with duct tape. some fragmentary DNA material though it's

Jury selection begins
Monday in the murder trial
of Wesley Jonathan
He is accused of shooting
and killing his ex-girlfriend Wesley J.
Danielle Baker, and suffo- Williams
casting their two boys and
Baker's infant son by another man.
The children were found piled together in

On Wednesday, lead prosecutor Larry
Basford and defense attorney Walter Smith
appeared before Circuit Judge William
Wright to take up some lingering issues
before the start of trial. Wright and the attor-
neys then adjourned to the judge's chambers
to discuss what court security measures will.
be used. As a safety precaution, those plans
will not be disclosed to the public.
In the matters which were open to the pub-
lic, Smith asked Wright to compel the Florida

computer identification system, and Wrignt
agreed to do so.
FDLE will be asked to run the material, or
appear in court to explain why that wouldn't
be possible.
Smith's DNA expert was able to identify
some additional genetic markers in material
the FDLE lab had examined earlier. The state
came up with fewer markers than Smith's
See JURY, Page 5A 1>

mill rate

The Jackson County School
Board on Wednesday approved
its ,final millage rate and budget
for the 2009-10 academic year.
The millage rate of 6.32 mills
is separated into three categories.
For the first time in recent
memory, school officials this year
assessed a special "critical needs"
discretionary mill rate to shore up
its operating budget. Tentatively
authorized by a super-majority
vote of the board in July, this part
of the millage rate comes to about
25 cents for every $1,000 of tax-
able value. It is expected to gen-
erate about $382,442.
The board also adopted its cus-
tomary basic discretionary mill-
age, setting it at roughly 75 cents
per $1,000 of taxable value. This
portion of the tax is expected to
generate approximately $1.14
The bulk of the millage was'
assessed to meet 'the board's
required local funding. At a rate
of'5.329 mills, this portion is
expected to generate $8.15 mil-
Together, the expected income
for the millage revenue comes to
$9.67 million.
.The total millage exceeds the
rolled-back rate by 9.29 percent.
That means the district's tax rate
is. 9.29 percent higher than the
rate it could have assessed, if it
had wanted to generate only the
same amount of tax money as last
year, based on the tax roll as it
existed in the prior year.
The rate exceeds last year's
millage by 8,2 percent. Last
year's millage was 5.84 percent,
or $5.84 per $1,000 of taxable
The main reason for the assess-
ment of the new "critical needs"
discretionary millage is to ensure
the Jackson County gets enough
See SCHOOL, Page 5A >

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FAX: (850) 482-4478
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Street Address:
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Marianna, FL 32446
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Community Calendar

September 17 - Thursday
* The St. Anne Thrift Shop, 4287 Second
Ave. in Marianna, is having its End of Season
Bag Sale (clothing only), $2 per bag, 9 a.m. to
1 p.m. Sept. 17, 22 and 24.
* The East Jackson County Economic
Development Council meets, 12 p.m. at West
Florida Electric Cooperative in Sneads. A'light
lunch will be served.
* 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.
* Alcoholics Anonymous meets Thursdays
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.

September 18 - Friday
* The Jackson County Health Department
will begin providing seasonal flu shots (not
H1N1 Swine Flu) at the main facility on the
corner of Fourth Street'and Fifth Avenue in
Marianna. Seasonal flu shots are $35; pneu-
monia shots are $45. Call 526-2412 for an
* Alcoholics Anonymous has an open meet-
ing Fridays, 8 to 9 p.m., at the First United
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna. Meet in the AA room..

September 19 - Saturday
* 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 Mariann~a. The.
market is a state certified farmers' market
accepting FMNP/WIC and Elder affairs
* Community Health Awareness and
Appreciation Day, 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. at St.
James A.M.E. Church, features free blood
pressure screenings, diabetes screenings an.d
HIV testing.
* Zumbathon, 9-11 a.m. at Evangel Worship
Center, 2645 Pebble Hill Rd., Marianna. Cost:
$10 donation to American Cancer Society.
Call 625-6390..
* The Alford Community Health-Clinic will
be open 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The clinic is free for
those without medical insurance and meeting
the federal income guidelines. Appointments
available by calling 850-263-7106 or 850-
326-5783; walk-ins welcome. The clinic is at
1770 Carolina St., two blocks east of US
Highway 231 in Alford.
* Chipola River Book & Tea, 4402 Lafayette
St. in downtown Marianna hosts a book sign-
ing, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. with area financial con-

sultant Robert Dokken. His book is "Keep
from Losing Your Stuff.".
* Blue Springs. Society C.A.R:/Chipola
Chapter NSDAR/William Dunaway Chapter
SAR begin their Constitution Day celebration
at Tony's Restaurant at 4133 Lafayette St. in
Marianna, with lunch at 11 a.m. Joint meeting
starts at 11:30 a.m. Major Lucius "Cap"
Pooser, United States Air Force (Retired) will
speak on "Myths about the U.S. Constitution."
For reservations, e-mail snoopyxii60@hot- or call 209-4066.
N* The annual Marianna High School
Cheerleading Kiddie Clinic is 2-6 0.m. in the
MHS gym. Girls ages 3 years to fifth grade are
welcome. Cost is $25. Call 482-9605, ext. 306.
*.AA 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.

September 20 - Sunday
* The annual Neel reunion, for descendants.
of. Daniel Boone "Dan" Neel, George
Washington Lafette Neel and J.M. "Jim" Neel,
will be at the Dellwood Community Center
Club House. Lunch is at 12:30 p.m.; chicken,
pork, plates, cups and utensils provided;
bring drinks, sides and desserts. Guests are
asked to bring historical information and pho-
tographs to share. Call 593-6086.

September 21 - Monday
*The Jackson County Development Council
Inc. Board of'Directors meets at 5 p.m. in the
upstairs conference room of the Nearing
Court Office Building, 2840 Jefferson St. in
* The Chipola Historic Trust meets at the
Davis-West House in Marianna, for a light
supper at 6 p.m. and meeting at 6:30 p.m.
Membership dues are $25 annually.
* The monthly general membership meet-'
ing of the Theophilus West M.D. Camp 1346,
Sons of Confederate Veterans is-at 7 p.m. in
the Harmony Masonic Lodge, 3024 N.
'Jefferson St. in Marianna.
* AA has anr open meeting each Monday;
from 8 to 9 p.m., at the FirstiJnited Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna. Meet
in the AA room.

September 22 - Tuesday
* The St. Anne Thrift Shop, 4287 Second
Ave. in Marianna, is having its End of Season
Bag Sale (clothing only), $2 per bag, 9 a.m. to
1 p.m. Sept. 17, 22 and 24.
* Covenant Hospice hosts a new volunteer
workshop, 9 a.m. to. 5 p.m. at'the Marianna
branch office, 4440 Lafayette St., Suite C. No
cost. Food and drinks will be provided. To

register, call 482-4820.
* Christine Gilbert teaches free quilting, cro-
cheting or knitting classes Tuesdays at 1
p.m., at the Jackson County Senior Citizens
center, 2931 'Optimist Drive, Marianna. Call
* Malone School Parent Night is at 6 p.m.
Parents of students in 'grades 6-12, meet in
the auditorium at 5:30 p.m. for a presenta-
tion, "How to 'help your child study for suc-
cess," by Kala Dean from PAEC. The remain-
der of Parent Night will follow in the auditori-
um with the election of School Advisory
Council members. Parents are encouraged to
visit classrooms following election.
* Life Management Center hosts a free
information, session for those interested in
adoption or foster care, 6 p.m. at 4403
Jackson St. in Marianna. Call 866-76969481
(toll free), or e-mail cbascetta@lifemanage-
* AA has an open meeting Tuesdays, 8 to 9
p.m., atU the First United Methodist Church,
2901, Caledonia St., Marianna. Meet in the AA

September 23 - Wednesday
* AA 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.

.September 24 - Thursday
* The:St. Anne Thrift Shop, 4287 Second
Ave. in Marianna, is having its End of Season
Bag Sale (clothing only), $2 per bag, 9 a.m. to
1 p.m. Sept. :17, 22 and 24.
* Today is the registration deadline for Fall
Plantings, the -fourth installment of the
Growing Your Own.Food educational program
,series presented by the Jackson County
Extension Service and Jackson County
Master Gardeners. The class will meet 8:30
a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 26, at the
Jackson County Extension Service conference
center in Marianna. Cost is $20 per person
and $15 for an additional person sharing
courseware. Registration required. Call 482-
9620 or e-mail
* The Marianna Middle School Advisory
Council meets at 3 p.m. in the MMS Media
* The Little Theatre at Marianna hosts an
open meeting at 6 p.m. in the Continuing
Education Building at Chipola College. E-mail
* AA meets Thursdays for a "closed discus-
sion," 8-9 p.m., at the First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna. Meet
in the AA room. Attendance is limited to per-
sons with a desire to stop drinking.


Getting It

The Jackson County
Floridan's policy is to cor-
rect mistakes promptly. To
report an error, please call
526-3614 Monday-Friday.

The Marianna Police reported
Department listed the fol-
lowing incidents for Sept. JAC
15, the latest available SH]
report: One dead person The
(natural causes), one suspi- Sherifi
cious vehicle, three
suspicious persons, -,
one road obstruction, ,-
one burglary of a
business, one burgla- 'CR ME
ry of a residence, four < "
disturbances, two burglar comply
alarms, one larceny com- other
plaint, one vandalism com-, ries, t
plaint, one trespassing tration
complaint, one fight in chief
progress reported, three turban
animal complaints, two comply
assists of other agencies, tigatio
one threat, one warrant larcen
served, two traffic stops noise


disabled vehicle

Jackson County
F's Office listed the
following incidents
for Sept. 15, the lat-
est available report:
One abandoned
vehicle, one alarm,
two animal control
aints,- two assists of
agencies, two burgla-
hree criminal regis-
as, one criminal mis-
complaint, five dis-
ces, one drag-racing
aint, one'drug inves-
n, two escorts, three
y complaints, one
complaint, one

prowler, eight public serv-
ice calls, four suspicious
incidents, two transports,
one violation of injunction
and three warrant arrests.

The following people
were booked into the coun-
ty jail during the latest
reporting periods:
- Jennifer Staley, 27,
4126 North St., Marianna,
aggravated assault, disor-
derly intoxication, resist-
ing arrest without vio-
- Courtney Bright, 23,
2994 Jefferson St.,
Marianna, dealing in
stolen property.

- Lionel Williams, 37;
5068 Fort Road,
Greenwood, hold for
Martin County.
- Frederica Hill, 41,
* 2095 Taylor Road,
Cottondale, Medicaid
provider fraud, organized
fraud, communications
fraud, grand theft, neglect
of elderly or disabled
adult, conspiracy tQ com-
mit Medicaid provider
- Larry Hill, 41, 2095
Taylor Road, Cottondale,
Medicaid provider fraud,
conspiracy to commit
Medicaid fraud.
- Scott Bradley. 42,
3822 Whispering Pines,
Greenwood, possession of
controlled substance.

- Brenda Major, 41,
4331 '4th Ave., Marianna,
possession of controlled
- Victor Weatherington,
45, 1328 Singletary Road,
Slocomb, Ala., aggravated
assault with a firearm.
- Josh Patrick, 34, 5959
100 Acre Trail, Marianna,
driving while license sus-
pended/revoked (habitual
To report a crime, call
CrimeStoppers at 526-
To report a wildlife vio-
lation, call 1-888-404-
FWCC (3922).

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MHS Class

of 1969

reunion set
As part of their 40th
class reunion, graduates of
the Marianna High School
Class of 1969 will partici-
pate in the upcoming
Homecoming parade and
attend the Homecoming
football game on Oct. 23.
A social gathering for
the Marianna Class of '69
will take place at The
Compass Lake Lodge on
Oct. 24.
For details, or to make
reservations, please call


Day parade

call for

Main Street Marianna is
inviting all beauty queens,
businesses, school bands,
hobby clubs, church organi-
zations and civic clubs to
come out and be a part of
the Marianna Day parade
Saturday, Sept. 26 at 10
This parade is a kick-off
for the re-enactment of the
Battle of Marianna, and the
bluegrass music festival that
will be held at Citizen's
Lodge on Friday, Sept. 25
through Sunday, Sept. 27.
To get a parade form,
visit www.cityofmarian- or call Charlotte
Brunner, Main Street
Director at 850-482-2786.
The parade entry fee is
Line up for the parade
will begin at 8 a.m. on
Daniels Street in front of
the old Marianna High
The parade will travel
east on U.S. Highway 90
and end on North Madison

Cub Scou

Pack 300

Cub Scout Pack 300 of '
Marianna concluded its
summer Scouting program,
at Florida Caverns State
Park with a service proj-
ect. The scouts also
learned about the natural
environment native to the
area. From left are Mark
Treadway, Ethan Corder,
Cole Burdeshaw, " Josh
Salvaty, Bobby Holmes,
Jonathon Treadway,. Rob
Oswald, Ted Burdeshaw,
and Rusty Holmes; and,
front row, Kelly Banta, Ben
Roney, Jarod Roney, Kyle Roney, Gage Sellars, Caleb
Oswald and Conner Oswald. - Contributed photo

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FSU artists on

display at Chipola

Original paintings by two Florida State University art students
are currently on display at Chipola College. Laura Tanner and
James Graham are artists in the FSU Bachelor of Fine Arts
program. Their show of recent paintings is called "White After
Labor Day." The show can be seen weekdays, from 8 a.m. to
3:30 p.m. through Oct. 4 in the gallery of the McLendon Fine
Arts Building. Pieces from the show are Grandma's Roomr and
Forest by Tanner. - Contributed photo


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Marianna Woman's Club members Juanita Sanson, left, and Pat Hart deliver
sandwiches to Special Olympics participants at Kindel Lanes in Marianna.
For years,. the club has furnished 350 sandwiches to the Sunland Special
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Cathy Summerlin is
charged with Medicaid
provider fraud, organized
fraud, communications
fraud, neglect of a disabled
adult and conspiracy to
commit Medicaid provider
fraud. If convicted, she
faces up to 50 years in
prison and up to $30,000 in.
Larry Hill is charged with
Medicaid provider ' fraud
and -conspiracy to commit
Medicaid provider fraud. If
convicted, he faces- up to .10
years in prison'and $10,000
in fines.
Bond for Frederica Hill
was set at $30,000 at her
first court appearance. Bond
for Larry Hill was set at
$10,000. Summerlin was
still awaiting first appear-.
ance as of Wednesday.
The case is being prose-
cuted by the State
Attorney's Office for the
14th Judicial Circuit.
Affidavit provides
more details
According to investiga-
tive notes in the affidavit
filed in connection with the
arrests, for several years
Hill was supposed to be
providing 40 hours of care
each week to Summerlin's
quadriplegic son.

B3ut around the start of
2005, she allegedly told
Summerlin she 'could no
longer provide that level of
service because she had a
full-time job as a nurse at
Apalachee Correctional
Institution in Sneads, and
she also wanted to spend
more time with her family.
A verbal agreement
between Mrs. Hill and
Summerlin was allegedly
reached. Under the terms,
Hill would pay Summerlin
$150 a week to participate
in a scheme which would
allow Hill to continue being
paid for care she did not
deliver. Summerlin alleged-
ly agreed to sign off on fal-
sified service logs that Hill
then turned in to her
The report goes on to
note that Hill admitted she
also sometimes signed
Summerlin's named to such
The affidavit notes only
one instance in which Hill
provided actual care, during
the week of July 4, 2008.
According to the inves-
tigative notes, Summerlin
called Hill three times
around that time, to report.
that her son' had a wound
that needed attention. Hill
responded after the third

call,'coming to the home to
..dress and care for the
wound. She also brought
supplies and showed family
members how to take care
of it as it healed.
During the course of the
arrangement, Larry Hill
sometimes brought the
$150 checks to Summerlin.
Investigators say he was
fully aware of and partici-
pated in the scheme.
The Hills also allegedly
made some of Summerlin's
rent payments, and took
care of other bills several
times over the years after
Frederica Hill had con-
vinced the landlord to rent
to Summerlin.
According to the affi-
davit, Hill paid
Summerlin's gas bill or
other expenses in lieu of the
$150 check, or as part of the
payment. Larry Hill also
occasionally mowed the
grass around Summerlin's
dwelling, and the Hills paid
for her satellite TV hook-up
as well as some of the
monthly service charges.
They also provided
Summerlin with a clothes

According to the affi-
davit, Hill had rented the
Summerlin dwelling several
years earlier herself and,
according to the landlord, in
2005 went to the owners
and "insisted that they rent
� the home to the
Summerlins, as they needed
a place to live."
The landlord acknowl-
edged that the Hills had
made Summerlin's rent
payment, and paid other
expenses several times over
the years. The deal between
Hill and Summerlin' was
sometimes rocky.
According to the affi-
davit, Summerlin would
sometimes complain, when
she didn't receive her. $150
weekly payment on time, or
if not enough was paid by
.Hill to those Summerlin
owed money.
At times, the report stat-
ed, Summerlin threatened to
"go to the law" if she didn't
get the- amount she felt she
was owed by Hill.
The issues came to light
in .2008, and an investiga-
tion ensued after an adult
protective investigator with
the Florida Department of

Children and Families filed
a complaint. In it, the inves-"
tigator alleged that
Summerlin's son "may
have been the victim of
neglect by his caregivers
and there was Medicaid
fraud being committed by"
the Hills and Summerlin.
The matter was over to
the Office of the Attorney
General. That agency
assigned a Medicaid Fraud
Control Unit investigator to
the case in mid-2008.
The affidavit alleges that
Frederica Hill was paid
approximately $112,999 by
her employer, who had sub-
mitted her reports for
Medicaid payments. The
employer was not implicat-
ed in the scheme, but had
received $196,933 in
Medicaid payments based
.on the reports Hill had filed
during the periods between
January 2005 and
December 2008.
The affidavit indicates.
that Hill stated that she
been assigned to care for
Summerlin's son since
2002. But the report does
not fully address the level
of care during that period.

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expert. Smith and his
expert believe the FDLE
identification system may
be able to read it arid link it
to someone other than
In the state's examina-
tion, Williams had already
been excluded as a possible
It was also revealed in
court Wednesday that the
defense believes there were
three contributors in the
mix of DNA Smith wants
tested, with the main con-
tributor being one of the
The samples were taken
from some glove tips that
crime scene technicians
found attached to the-duct
tape used to bind the three
boys - three-year-old

Amarion, four-year-old
Ahmaad and three-week-
old Aaron.
In other matters, Wright
at first wanted to hold
court on the Saturday fol-
lowing the start of trial.
Aiming for a two-week
trial period, Wright relent-
ed on this point because of
anticipated delays due to a
festival near the court-
house that da.y, and
because Rosh Hashanah
(the Jewish new year) falls
on that Saturday.
Although Yom Kippur,
the Jewish Day of
Atonement, is the follow-
ing Monday, Wright
expects to continue with
the trial. Except for the
trial, the courthouse will be
closed for the holiday.

Jackson County school system's director of finance Terry
St. Cyr says the legislature approved the new mileage
"because of the state's revenue declining so much." -
Mark Skinner / Floridan

state funding to bring its
budget in line with per
pupil spending by districts
with higher property val-
ues, according to Jackson
County school system's
director of finance Terry St.
He said the legislature
approved the new millage
"because of the state's rev-
enue declining so much."
But school districts can
only impose it with a super-
majority vote by the board.
And because Jackson
County approved the dis-
cretionary mill rate, St. Cyr
said the district will also
get $667,000 of equaliza-
tion funding from the state,
to supplement the $382,442
that the new mill rate will
Because the distirct will
get more money from the
state, "it was a no-brainer,"
he said.


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Julia Bryant

Julia Bryant of Grand
Ridge died Wednesday,
September 16, 2009, at her
residence. She was 89.
Arrangements will be an-
nounced later by James &
Sikes Funeral Home Mad-
dox Chapel.
James & Sikes Funeral Home
Maddox Chapel
4278 Lafayette St.
Marianna, FL 32446

Rebecca Ann

Rebecca Ann (Basford)
Richardson of . Marianna
died Tuesday, September
15, 2009, at .The Medical
Center in Dothan, AL. She
was 64.
Ann was employed for
many years at West Florida
Electric Cooperative in
Sneads. She was a member
of the Providence Baptist
Church in Grand Ridge.
She was preceded in
death by her parents, L.D.
and Susie Basford.
Survivors include her
husband Jim Richardson;
her daughter,. Spring
Southwell and husband
Bryant, of Bascom; her son,
Ashley Richardson & wife
Marlys, Fort Wayne, IN;
grandchildren, Devon
Brooke South-well, Jarrod
Ray Southwell, Kelsea
ReAnn Southwell, Ryan
Ashley Richardson and
Andrew Riley Richardson;
brothers, Hershel Bas-ford
of Grand Ridge, Alfred
Basford and wife Vivian, of
Chattahoochee, Chester
Basford and wife Frances,
of Sneads, Lester Basford
and wife Myrtle, of
Marianna; her sisters, Eldis
Pope of Marianna, Maxine
Hamilton and husband
Johnny, of Marianna, Faye
Harrison and husband
Jimmy, of Boaz, AL; and a
host of nieces, nephews,
family and friends.
The funeral service will
be at 10 a.m. Friday, Sept.
18 at the Providence
Baptist Church in Grand
Ridge, with the Revs.
Jimmy Harrison and Dallas
Ellis officiating. Burial will
follow in Cow Pen Pond
Cemetery near Dellwood,
with James and Sikes
Funeral Home Maddox
Chapel directing. Nephews
will serve as'pallbearers.
The family will receive
friends Thursday, Sept. 17,
6 to 8 p.m. at James and
Sikes Maddox Chapel.

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Grand Ridge overcomes sloppy

start to take 14-6 road victory

It wasn't pretty, but it
was a win.
The Grand Ridge Indians
overcame five first-half
turnovers Tuesday night to
take a 14-6 victory over
Tolar on the road.
After a scoreless first
half, the Indians finally
broke through in the third
quarter on an 81-yard
touchdown run by Darius
Wayne Driggers convert-
ed the two-point play to put
the Indians up 8-0 with
three minutes left in the
Tolar answered with a
score of its own early in the
fourth quarter, but failed to
convert the two-point play,
leaving the Indians with the
narrow lead.
After a long kickoff
return by Darius Williams
to midfield, Grand Ridge
tacked on another score
when Driggers found the
endzone from 20 yards out.
Driggers rushed for 44
yards on 12 carries and
completed one pass for 10
yards. Williams added 34
passing yards to his 8.1

"Our guys showed
a lot of heart in the
second half. We
were a totally
different football
-Ken Granger,
Grand Ridge coach
rushing yards for the
"The first half was pretty
ugly," Indians coach Ken
Granger said. "But we'll
take the 'w.'"
Grand Ridge fumbled on
its very first play from
scrimmage on the center-
quarterback exchange.
Things didn't get much
better for the Indians'
offense for the rest of the
Grand Ridge turned it
over four more times, and
was stopped on fourth
down at the Tolar 2-yard
"The turnovers were a
big problem," Granger
said. "The linemen weren't
holding their blocks either.
(The Tolar defense) was

Grand Ridge quarterback Wayne Driggers (15) runs with the football while Kurt Willis (10) looks to make a block
in a game earlier this season. - Floridan File Photo

very stout, too. Their front
five was very stout.
"But our guys showed a
lot of heart in the second
half. We were a totally dif-
ferent football team."
It was a tough game all
around for the Indians, who
were missing seven play-

ers, including three
.starters, who were out with
flu-like symptoms.
"I'm just glad it's over,"
Granger said of Tuesday
night's game. "Now we get
to start fresh, and maybe
we can come out in our
next game and show what

Indian football is about."
Grand Ridge next plays
on the road against Chipley
Sept. 22 at 6 p.m.
Chipley was defeated
32-14 Tuesday night by
Marianna Middle School.
Granger said he's not yet
familiar enough with

Chipley to know what to
"I haven't seen any tape
on them, so we're kind of
going in blind right now.
But they're usually pretty
good, so I imagine we'll
have our work cut out for

Tigers suffer second straight defeat


The Graceville Tigers middle
school football team suffered its
second straight defeat Tuesday
night, 32-14, to Bonifay on the
road. Bonifay used a first-quarter
offensive onslaught to take a 24-
0 lead over the Tigers.
Graceville found itself down
32-6 at halftime before steadying
the ship in the second half.
Tigers coach Travis Miller said
it was a disappointing effort from
his team.
"We just didn't hang on to the
football and didn't play defense,"
the coach said. "Our defense was
horrendous. There were a lot of
things that went wrong, but the
second half went a little better."
Bonifay started the game by
scoring on its first offensive pos-
session, then scored again after
Graceville muffed the ensuing
"It was just a flurry of scores
right at the beginning, and we
just didn't do anything about it,"
Miller said.
Bonifay scored touchdowns off
all three turnovers committed by
the Tigers in the first half, to go

"We came out so flat,
but instead of doing
anything about it, we
hung our heads."
-Travis Miller,
Graceville coach

ahead 32-0. Graceville finally got
on the board in the waning sec-
onds of the first half, when Jarrett
Padgett found Lamar Sorey for a
27-yard TD.Graceville added
another score in the second half
on a 12-yard TD run by Padgett.
Miller said his players simply
weren't focused enough leading
up to the game.
"There were blown coverages,
people just not doing their job
and giving up big chunks of
yardage," the coach said. "That's
what happens when you show up
not ready to play. We had guys
who were giggling, goofing off,
and not taking anything seriously.
"This is the stuff we've been
telling them about, focusing on
what you've got to do. We came
out so flat, but instead of doing

anything about it, we hung our
heads. That is something that has
got to change."
Miller said he made changes at
halftime to try to send a message
to his players.
"In the second half, we started
putting some new personnel in,
using some different guys," the
coach said. "I think we might
have found a couple of guys who
want to play.
"We. challenged them at half-
time, and put a couple of guys on
the bench who didn't want to do
what they were supposed to do.
That turned things around for us
a little bit."
The Tigers were coming off of
a heartbreaking loss' to Grand
Ridge in the season-opener,
falling to the Indians on a late
touchdown in the final minute.
Miller said that loss was much
easier to take than the one his
team suffered Tuesday night.
"We lost one that you kind of
felt like we could improve after,
because it was such a good game
and a close game," the Tigers
coach said of the season-opener.
"When you lose like this, you
have to reevaluate where you are
and what your problems are. We

A trio of Graceville defenders tackle Grand Ridge's Kurt Willis dur-
ing a game earlier this season. - Floridan File Photo

have to find 11 football players
on each side of the ball and go
from there."
Graceville next plays host to
arch-rival Cottondale Sept. 22 at
6 p.m., a game Miller called a
key for the Tigers if they're to

turn their season around.
"If we lose that game, it will be
hard to find our way the rest of
the season," the coach said.
"Cottondale will play us tough.
They won't give it to us, so we
have to play a lot better."

Bullpups take easy win over Roulhac

The Marianna Middle School Bullpups
cruised to a 2-0 start to the season Tuesday
night with a 32-16 win over Roulhac.
The Bullpups jumped out to a 24-0 half-
time lead, extended to 32-0 early in the sec-
ond half, and coasted the rest of the way.
MMS defeated Jefferson County 28-12 in
the season-opener, but Bullpups coach
Hunter Nolen said that he saw a more solid,
focused MMS team Tuesday night.
"That's one thing we wanted to work on.
Against Jefferson County, we looked sloppy
at times, so we wanted to sharpen things up,
particularly on offense, and we did that," the
coach said. "We had no mistakes, no fum-
bles ... we were just real crisp. The offensive
line did a great job blocking, and the quar-
terbacks and running back really looked
sharp. I hope we can continue to build on
that. We got better from the first week to the
second week, which is what you want to do
every week."
The Bullpups got huge rushing games
from Shandre McAroy, who tallied 164
yards on 11 carries, and Jock Wooden, who
totaled 134 yards on 14 carries. Derrick
Knowles added 64 yards on six rushes.
After the MMS defense forced a three-
and-out to start the game, the Bullpups
offense took over and marched 70 yards for
the game's first score.
McArov finished the drive with a 45-yard

"We got better from the first
week to the second week, which
is what you want to do every
-Hunter Nolen,
MMS coach

TD rush. Wooden added the two-point con-
version for an 8-0 lead with 6:30 left in the
first quarter. Knowles scored the Bullpups'
second TD of the game on a 30-yard run.
Wooden again converted the two-point play
for a 16-0 first-quarter advantage.
After forcing another punt, the Bullpups
marched on yet another scoring drive in the
second quarter, with Wooden scoring on a 4-
yard run. The two-point play was converted
on a pass from Justin Klotz to McAroy for a
24-0 lead. The Bullpups got the ball first to
start the third quarter, and marched down the
field for another 70-yard scoring drive.
This time, it was Wooden rushing seven
times for all 70 yards from his fullback posi-
tion, finishing it off with a 10-yard TD run.
Knowles converted the two-point play
then Nolen started to empty his bench.
"We had a real good crowd for the home-
opener." Nolen said. "I appreciated every-
one coming out and I'm glad we played well
for them."
MMS next hosts Havana Sept. 22 at 5 p.m.

MHS girls
lose to


JV Bulldogs at home

A group of Florida High players swarm under a Marianna runner during
a junior varsity game earlier this season. The JV Bulldogs will play host to
the Walton Braves tonight at 6 p.m. Marianna is 0-1 on the season. -
Floridan File Photo

B - Thursday, September 17, 2009 * Jackson County Floridan


The Chipola College
Athletics Department is
hosting the First Annual
golf classic at Indian
springs Golf Course on
Friday. Chipola has won
numerous conference,
state, and national cham-
pionships and will be
using this event as a
major fundraiser for the
program. The format is
three-man scramble with
morning and afternoon
starts are available to
help with scheduling.
Entry is $75 per player
which covers greens
fees, cart, lunch, and the
chance to win door
prizes. The Birdie pack-
entry in the big contests,
which offer cash prizes,
and two mulligans.
Three sponsorship
options are available:
old ($350): three birdie
packages, a club house
sign, and additional
advertisement; Silver
($125): one birdie pack-
age and one hole sign,
ahd Bronze ($50): one
hole sign. Merchandise
is also needed for awards
and prizes. For' more
info, call David Lane at
(850) 718-2234 or e-mail
Chipola will host the
2009 Fall Baseball
Classic Friday through
Eleven teams will par-
ticipate, . including
Chipola, Tallahassee,
Wallace-Dothan, Gulf
Coast, Pensacola,
Central Alabama, Middle
Georgia, Northwest
Florida State, Darton,
Shelton State and
Alabama Southern.
The Classic opens
Friday with Chipola and
Wallace-Dothan at 5
p.m. 'Action continues
ept. 18, with the follow-
ing games: 10 a.m.,
Chipola vs. Pensacola;
12:30 p.m., Pensacola vs.
Northwest Florida State;
3 p.m., Middle Georgia
vs. Northwest Florida
State; and 5:30 p.m.,
Chipola vs. Middle
The Saturday- games
are: 1 p.m., Tallahassee
vs. Central Alabama (at
Marianna HS); 3:30
p.m., Central Alabama
vs. Sheltoni State, and 6
m., Shelton State vs.
The Sunday games
ate: 10 a.m., Gulf Coast
vs. Wallace-Dothan; 10
a.m., Darton vs. Lurleen
B. Wallace (at Marianna
HS); 1 p.m., Gulf Coast
* vs. Lurleen B. Wallace; 1
p.m., Alabama Southern
vs. Wallace-Dothan (at
Marianna HS); and 3:30
p.m. Darton vs. Alabama
6uthern. For informa-
tion on the'event, visit
Golf Tournament
The Chipley Lions
Club will hold a golf
tournament Saturday at
Dogwood Lakes Golf
Club in Bonifay.
Registration and refresh-
ments will be at 8 a.m.,
with a 9 a.m. shotgun
start There will be prizes
for best ball and four-
person team. Cost is $50
per person, including
cart and lunch. Awards
and door prizes to be pre-
sented after lunch at
clubhouse. As many as
two mulligans may be
purchased at $5 each.
Hole . sponsorships are
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.
Cheerleader Clinic
The annual Marianna
High cheerleading
Kiddie Clinic will be
held Saturday from 2-6
p.m., in the MHS gyms.
All girls ages 3
through the fifth grade
are welcome. Cost is
$25. For more info, call
Christi Shelfer @ 482'-
9605 ext. 306.

Cheerleader Clinic
The Sneads High.
School cheerleaders'
annual kiddie cheer clin-
ic will be held Sept. 26 at
the SHS gym. This clin-
ic is open to girls aged 4
year through the fifth
grade. Cost is $25 and
includes instruction, a t-
shirt, and snack. Each
clinic participant will
cheer with the SHS
cheerleaders during the
first half of the SHS vs
Jay football game Oct. 2.
For more info, contact
Rhianna Dowling at 482-
9004 ext. 249.

MHS girls lose to Liberty


The Marianna Lady
Bulldogs volleyball team
failed to put together con-
secutive home victories
Tuesday evening,' as they
were defeated in three
straight sets by a tough
group of Lady Bulldogs
from Liberty County.
Marianna could not put
together a sustained serve
in game one, and never led

in the game, trailing 7-2
early on before ending the
game with a 25-16 loss.
Game two was a much
tighter game with five ties
and four lead changes.
Marianna came back
from an 11-7 deficit to tie
the game at 11-11 before
Liberty County pulled
away 15-11.
Marianna battled back to
make it a 17-18 game, but
errors continued to plague
the Lady Bulldogs with the

game ending 25-23 Liberty
The third and final game
was close through the first
part with the teams knotted
7-7 early on before the
Liberty County Lady
Bulldogs took it to the
house, winning 25-14 and
taking the match.
Marianna will have to
regroup and ready them-
selves for a road trip to
Pensacola Catholic on

CHS sweeps past Bozeman in three


The Cottondale Lady
Hornets volleyball team
got back on the winning
side of things Tuesday
night with a win over
The Lady Hornets took
the match in three straight
with game one a 25-14 vic-
tory while game two was
25-12 and game three 25-8.
Tessa Jurgonski and
Chelsea Caudill exploded
on both sides of the court
with Jurgonski tallying 11
service points, three kills
and 40 assists while
Caudill had 27 service
points, four kills and two
Mary Auger was on the
board with seven service
points, six kills and four
digs while Syrianna Pope
had four kills two block
and three digs.
Brandie Jones logged in
four digs-.
Cottondale's loss on
Thursday gave them a
roller-coaster record, with a
loss on Monday to Sneads,
a win last Thursday against
South Walton and a loss the
previous Tuesday to
Against Vernon, after
falling in the first two
games, the Lady Hornets
came back with a 25-23
win before losing the
match in the fourth game,
Kiki Paul was on the
board with 10 service

points, two' aces and three
kills while Mary Auger had
six service points, two kills
and three kids.
Shay Wright recorded
five blocks.
The Lady Hornets played
host to South Walton and
defeated them in four
After falling 25-15 in
game one,' the Lady
Hornets rebounded and
took three straight wins,
25-17, 27-25 and 26-24 to
win the match:
Paul led the team with 12
service points, three kills
and four digs, followed by
Jurgonski with 11 service
points and 34 assists.
On the board with eight

service points, two kills
and four digs was Caudill
with Pople racking up nine
service points, four kills
and two digs.
Following the South
Walton game, Cottondale
coach Cassie Whiddon said
it was a struggle for her
team to come out on top.
- "Overall it was a hard
game to win because we
are beginning a new
defense and .the girls are
still trying to adjust," she
said. "We 'need to continue
to work on our passing and
Cottondale will host
Blountstown on Thursday
with game times at 5 p.m.,
and 6 p.m.

MMS girls take two


The Marianna Middle
School Lady Bullpups
basketball teams picked
up another pair of victo-
ries Tuesday evening at
the .expense of cross-
county rival Cottondale.
The "A" Team won 30-
10 with the "B" team
picking up a 27-12 victo-
In the "A" game, the
Lady Bullpups played a
solid defensive game in'
the first quarter, shutting
out the young Lady
Hornets while they posted
11 points.
In the second quarter,
Marianna padded its lead, .

putting up six points to
Cottondale's two to give
the Lady Bullpups a.17-2
halftime lead.
Marianna continued to
lead offensively in the
third quarter with 11
points to Cottondale's
five. Cottondale held their
own in the fourth quarter,
scoring five points while
allowing only six.
Leading the Lady
Bullpups in scoring was
Shaniah Spellman with
10. On the board with four
was Shakira Handford.
Veronica Peacock led
the Lady Hornets with
four points, followed by
Kourtnie Richardson and
Alexis Deering with three
points each.

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Marianna, FL 32446
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St. Cottondale CH&A 2/1 Located btwn GR
No Pets, $495 + $200 & Sneads water &
dep. (850) 352-4222 garb. incl. $350/mo
Nearly New 2 BR 2/1 MH FOR RENT in
Home- Hwy 90 E Cypress. Country set-
$600/mo, $250 dep ing. $335 + dep.
850-526-8367 (850)685-2353
2/2, 3 miles from
Houses Furnished Mar. very clean,
family of 2, $500 mo
3/2 Partialy furnish- 83335020-8947/482-
ed, Kynesville, CH/A,
big yard, $600 + dep. 2 & 3 BR MH's in Ma-
850-638-1703 rianna & Sneads
Lease-OptiontoBu 2BR/BA in Alford,
CH window AC, $400
+ dep 850- 579-4622/
For rent/or lease op- 272-7815/ 573-1851
tion. 3/2, large lot in
Greenfield, Marian- 3/2 $450, 2/2 $400
na. $1200 mo + de- both CH/A in C'dale.
posit. NO PETS No pets. 850-258-1594
662-380-3093 leave message
Clean 2/2 for family
Need a New Hon? of 2, no smokers, no
Sdt tn (tafl dep 850-718-8158

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2 4x6 oriental rugs, Avon President Deluxe stroller for 2, Heater, Heat Surge Record player w/CD,
both for $140 850- Heads $10, tray $6, sit & stand, blue w/solid oak wood Cassette & Radio,
866-1700 White House $9 850- plaid, $55 850-526- mantle. Brand new like new $100 850-
482-5634 3426 $300 850-593-9987 482-5634
tables,(This End Up Baby MOLLIES and Diamond ring- $200.3 Horizon Elipitical, S-10 Truck Camper
Furn. Co) all wood GOLDFISH 5/$1.00 Stone dia. 2 ct. t.w. 2501b max weight Top $150.850-594-
$75 850-526-3365 850-592-2507 850-594-7830 $300 OBO 850-209- 7831
2 mermaid end ta- Beige loveseat $100 Dishes, 4pc setting, singer Sewing
bles & 1 coffee table w/matching couch, white $15850-482- Ladder, 28' aluminum Machine$20
$125 firm 850-866- never stained fabric. 5634 extension, $50 850- Fashionmate.
1700 239-272-8236 ish e 12 pc set- 593-9987-850-592-2507
fairly ne w, 450 850- r-$757/2 uti-th$050-8n
2$ , WheelCa Dollay, Blue Spruce XMAS ti7ng, white w ue Laminato r 0 0 dome 50
ynew, $450 ful. 850- 592-2507 850-482-5634 850-593-9987 chine1 . $50 850-866-
--30'A iBox of craft supplies, Dolphin Dining table Little Tykes play-
' lar over 50 items $10 4 ox6' $380 850-866- ground rocking ll- Skylight double
$175, (2) 3' pillars 850-592-2927 1700 gator $10 850-526- dome 4'x3c fixed $50
$15 850-866-1700 3426 850-593-9987
Brass items $3 & $4 Electric Phantom 4
30 Self Defence Man- ea. Thimbles $3$15 scooter by Electra, Medical Scrubs Small desk $15
uas $20 forall850- ea 850-4825634 never riden $375850- Sz XS-5X, $15-$25. CD/DVD Tower $10
579-4675 593-9987s e850-579-0710 850-866-1700
Bunk Beds -$225 eol-c
35" Toshiba TV $475 id wood bunk beds Electric typewriter Mens dress & sports Strin Art Ships,
850-866-1700 with matching book- $35, new Mr. Coffee shirts $1.50, sz 38 smaI$2 large $50
shelf. 850-526-8466 Elite $20 850-866- reg. 850-482-4362 850-482-5634
3pc Entertainment 1700 Mens long sleeve pa-
Center $150 850-866- Bunk bed, solid - - s, sz 3 r mit tree stand
1700 wood, nearly new ELE Ho. Bed- $400 jamas, sz 38 r850-g. Summ
$100 000850-482- Almost brand new $1.50 850-482-4362 d. $100.850
4 White wicker bar 4362 850-592-2507 Mens sport coats, sz 352-2553
stools $65 850-866- Ceiling Fans, Elvis Bust $0, Elvis 38 reg. $7 850-482- Toddler bed, Cosco,
e1700 Cein light kitanss Heartbreak Hotel 4362 White $30 Car Seat,
- Instaloc, ghtkit, Plate ep cosl Booster $10 850-526-
7 dining room chairs, beige, $50ea. 850- Plate $40 850-866- NELCO SEWING -$20 3426
modern style, sturdy, 593-5005,272-3671 17- . Machine Heavy duty 3
padded seats $75 Ceramic Humming , Emerson 19" SD TV, 850-592-2507 Toilet, complete
850-526-3365 Birds T$8-$10Ceram like new, $50 850- Nike Air Jordan Kohler, 1.28 GPF,
7 Speaker Surround ic Bells $2,$3 & $5 482-2450- shoes like new sz. 3 used, $50 850-593-
sound system $125 850-482-5634 Eureka Vacuum $10 1/2 $50.850-209- 9987
850-866-170b Child 4-Wheeler- 4' mounted baracuda 6571. -Toilet seat lift- $40
- $140 Yamaha battery $45 850-866-1700 Old records, small $5, brand new 850-592-
Air Hockey Game, powered. Exc cond. Free to loving home, regular $10 850-482- 2507.
7 'x 54"x31", $30 850-482-2823 litertrained kittens. 5634 Washer/Dryer-$150
850-209-1266 Christmas Teddy 850-482-5880/850- Old trunk, 40's to 50's Like new Whirlpool
Amarillis plants, Bears dated by year 303-9727 $200 850-209-0798 8505268466
$1.50 each 850-866- $10 ea. 850-482-5634 Gently used mens Outdoor BBQ grill, White beaded, off
�0Convertible Boot for suits, sz 38 reg. $10 $50 850-482-8957 shoulder Wedding
Antique hand carved Toyota '04-'08, never 850-482-4362 Portable Pack & Play, Gown, sz 12 $500
, white washed oak used $30 850-593- Gold/Glass makeup tan color, still in box, OBO 850-879-4365
,:hair $100 850-866- 9987 -table w/mirror $20 $45. 850-272-8967 Window insulated
17'00i Craig TV converter 850-866-1700 - Precious Moments glass 35" octogon

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Christmas Dish Set box, brand new, $35 Mens ties $1, Robe $5 birthday bells $15, w/alum. frame
j )10 850-482-5634 850-526-4425 850-482-4362 850-482-5634 $50850-593-9987

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TOWNHOUSES Playbuoy '94 18 foot-
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raleste wF/Trailor. $550.
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$20,000 334-370-3328 Slides. Delue Refrg
w ' Cemaker.
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King Bed. Fireplace.
2 A,,C. Washer.' Drv
Homnesforale l er. Carefree Awng.
Morryde Susp..Rear
2BR/1BA, Newly Entertain ment. Ta-
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Ridge, Water & sew- Center Console, boat, Leather Recliners.
age Iricl.$35K. 850- motor & trailer, 95 coacn w,' chase
573-0598 225HP Johnson Mtr,
Dual Axle Tr. w/ $57,000,
brakeswh., runs 33$,0 o A2406.
well, very clean, 1995 Travel Trailer.
2 yr old energy effi- Great cond. $6,850. cold AC. ePcellert
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Campers/Travel Watersports Automobiles Automobiles Automobiles Motorcycles port Utility Vehicles) Vans [Trucks-Heavy Duty -lega N
7Kawasaki '95 900ZXI G - -GMC '98 Savannah Hi Toyota '07 Tacoma. LF14695
Dutchman '07 31G- CeotSdki /t0ler c. - BU Y M power, Q-bed, 2 TV's show, fun or work. IN THE CIRCUIT
DFL,, lide ou s,
32ft, lie w. 696-5505 / 791-4885. ' very clean, ballgame Reg. cab, red, A-R-E COURT OF THE
f l, le 3 Nissan 08 Altima, ready! $5,395. 334- cap, 4cyl, 5sp, 4x4. FOURTEENTH
$19,500. 334- 79- Yamaha 04 Wave55 white/ra interior, . 793-3494 / 333-1291 42,500 mi., impres- JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
4510 or 797-7514 Runner 1200 XLT, 15 fsive condo , my per- IN AND FOR JACKSON
HP, 58hrs. in fresh sunroo, aloywheels, Harley Davidson '07 CHEVY '01 Blazer, MECURY '01 Villager sonal truck Asing COUNTY, FLORIDA
water w/trailer -70- Toyota '02 Cary LE Hyundai '05 .. . King Custom, White, SUV. Auto. 6- Van, fully loaded, $15,400. 334-899-2120 CIVIL ACTION
$4,700. OBO 334-,75- Toyota '2 Camry LE , ua 05 , : - . - I Yellow, 6-spd., cyl. 4 WD. 130000, 102K miles, white ex-
1337. ay or Night 15K $700 .M. Cr ed un 300 miLoaded.Like Power brakes, Power cellentcoiion CASE NO. 32-2008-
1 D N 1 $00. loaded, sunroof, 30 m. L . $5,500 334-740.9155 N 3-00A8ds
Yamaha '92 Sales LLC 1919 W.M. leather, excellent, new! Always covered steering, CD, A/C, CA-00878
Waverunner 650, low St. 334-699-5880 122K miles, $5995. Nissan '08 Versa, and garage kept. AM/FM, runs well, w DIVISION
DUTCHMEN '07 r r need www.westmaincar 334-790-7959 Hatchback, Blue Ext, Includes sundowner sunroof, $4500, 334- A obiles CHASE HOME Fl-
Freedom Spirit 18 ft 334-792- 3135 Black Int Auto. seat w/ backrest, 793-0677 NANCE LLC,
Freedom Spt 18 ft. CHEV '95 Camaro, 10,200, CD, Keyless windshield, rush Wanted
W anted : 1997-a99 Plaintiff,
Great cod Load t rat uto, V6, runs good, Entry, $13,500 OBO, mufflers. $15,995. t A Dod Ram1P/U44 IN THE CIRC aUIT AF
levelers & Antisway runs good, 11111% -W - , Dodge Ram P/U 4X4 IN THE CIRCUIT
needs body work. 334-333-6590. 334-393-0064 or Chevrolet 4X4 will COURT OFTHE M
bar. Lots of extras. Great 1st car! $1,750. aah RF
$9,800. 334-792-4071 334-794-0385. Oldsmobile '95 Cut pay ca h 850-849- JUC RTEENTH IBRAMBLET, et al
CHEVROLET '03 lass SL, all pwr, AC, 7002IN AND FOR JACKSON Defendant(s).CIRCUIT
Monte Carlo SS, Infiniti '01130 120K candy apple red, new NTru y DT FLTOR JACON ant
Black Auto ,6-cyl., Silver $5,995 W.M. motor, perfect Trucks-Heavy CIVIL ACTION
*72K miles, Loaded, Car Sales LLC, 1919 condition $2500 NOTICE OF
C e S roof,,Leahe n- MUST SEE! 334-648- 24,800 miles. Like CASE NO. 32-2008- FOREC OEFSALE
terror. Very clean. 5880 www.west HARLEY DAVIDSON owe ARFAX. " 'CA-000646
C m-S eeker Soro Leryclatn.- W.M. St. 334-699- 5817 neSw CARFAXN All CASE NO. 32-2008- FORECLOSURE SALE
. One Own- er $8,800. r 00 ma s ales com Plymouth '94, auto, ARLEY DAVI er. Rear DV. S NOTICE IS HEREBY
Sulees, 2n Side- 13 Cesation 334-2 PONI '010. Grand warranty, Like0 new. Chevy Tralblze 08IC NA MEFREc
DutrT.n Tra..l Aviation 334-299- 3430. PS, PB, A/C. $,250, 081200 Sportster Sell less than NADA GIVEN pursuant to a
Trailer 06 38B-DSL, 334-774-2279 Custom, 108 miles, value. 334-632-0144 WELLS FARGO BANK, Final Judgment of
Sleeps 8, 2 Slide- 1963 Cessna 150C R PONTIAC '01 Grand warranty, Like new. Chevy Trailblazer 08' NA, Mortgage Foreclo-
outs, Loaded, Like Airplane, 2200 hours, Prix GTP Super $9,800, 334-702-4778. black, LS 31K mi. A/C 95 Ford F .0 .Jump Plaintiff, ber 09 2009 and en-
new. $21,500. exc. cond., angered charge, 6cyl., sun- & Rear air Exc. Cond. truck, low miles, au- tered in Cae No. 32-
334-406-4555 throughout its life. roof, like new. 111K $15,000. 334-791-9115 to, diesel, $11,500.0 VS. 20 in 08-CA-000878 of
Can be seen at the $3000. 334-618-8255 ii 334-894-2315 or 464- t of
FLEETWOOD '04 Elba Airport. Asking Ford I03 Expedition 3189et al the FOURTEENTH Ju-
Triumph, 5th Wheel,, $16,000. 334-897-2207 Chev-rolet '08 Malibu Jaguar '00 S-3.0 BIk. Pontiac '98 Grand Am Eddie Bauer, Black, I S Z a t N J
2 Slides Great cond. with 95k $6495 W.M Car $375 down, 0% Inter- 75K, Loaded, Leather, Chevrolet '97 Z71 Ex- dicial Circuit in and
$2, 34-6 458 Flight Club Share '83 LT, Maroon with gray 95k $6495 WM.Car a uto tended ab44, 5.7- Defenant(s). for JACKSON County,
334-790-2950. Cessna 172 & 182 interior, 4 cylinder, Sales LLC, 1919 W.M. nancing 1-800-470- DV, CLEAN! 10,500 liter, new transmis- Florida wherein
hangard in Mar. c.exc XM radio, CD, onstar, St. 334-699-5880 0650 9am/9pm Harley Davidson 08 OBO. 334-616-8015. sion. $5,000 firm. CHASE HOME Fl-
9Aeniversry Fat Boy, 3OREC E SFAL E P lantiff an
, . $2000 850-569 sunroof, 11,000 miles. www.westmaincar Saturn 96' SL runs ~. . S ize FORECO. SALE lantff dis
FREE FLY LESSONS 080 Keth 334 797- L, nr rw $16.600 P/UP, V-8, 350 motor NOTICE IS HEREBY LISA BRAMBLETT;
w/ purchase of 1977 exc-cab 350 loaded, 2259 after 6pm 3:34-726. 67,99 O 3 sp. New tires, ex- GIVEN pursuant to a are'the Defendants, I
AA Grumnan A/C xc . haust & clutch $3,500 Final Judgment of will sell to the hi h-
excellent lowtimes camper shell, custom Toyoa '4 Seucra. Harley D , 0 MSTA 334-687-6500, Mortgage Foreclo- t and best bidder
Franklin '05 Heritage $23,900.334-449-1864 wheels. Needs a little .ar Great Co.nd- Ei-rtra Glid Clasie . :. 695-8454 sure dated Septem- for cash at NORTH
40' w/2 slide-outs, work.$1000. 693-5374 tion. $18,000 OBO. 4000 miles, I year Ford '05 Sport Trac CHEVY '66 cusom ber 09, 2009 and en- DOOR JACKSON

awnin, 2, garen d Automobiles Misc r CHEVY'95 CarR 334-796-7092 warrenty left. * For 8 rer,' , sm tered in Case No. 32- COUNTY COURT-
tub with shower, Z28. Bk, Auto, 140k Toyota '07 Corolla LE $18,000. 334-6184430 V8, s auto, 2008-CA-000646 of HOUSE MARIANNA,

tu S S mbBlack/10black coupe. AC all power 794-8243 many xtras $13,500 $575 down 0% Inter- 0 Engi1ne,$7500 0EL FAr GOBn Propt a t forthA
25.500. 334. cnd 11 Volwagen8K runs & looks good. the Circuit Court f FLORIDA at 1100AM,
S299-373 Chrystler 05 Cr te , Great Gas42K Harley Davidson '9508 Great cond. 1-84,00-470- Chevyds some 90454 SS,79K and IDAS.DANIELSENTH Ju- on the 26TH day of
aHA. ' fire Cc.nvCrtblrvet 12k . miles. 40MlPG. load Ultra "Classic Elec- 0650 9am/9pm miles, new paint and GERALD H. SMITH; BEGINNING AT THE
347-4mile. u626/333-030o. white. A. 516.000. - tri Glide 30 yranni- GMC '91 Jimmy 4x4, much more, MUST ANY AND ALL UN-SOUTHWEST COR-
mi. Blat bla conupe. ACd black opwer 794-8 243 1655 versary $7,500 334- 6.2 Diesel 4 in ift. SEE $9000.334-648- KNOWN PARTIES NER OF THE SOUTH-
KEYSTONE '07 BCop- S - $15,900 a50-2094416 -Volkwagon '69 Duel 695-4014 aluminum wheels 1014 CLAIMING BYUH EAST 1/4 OF THE

g area$27,500,334- Red. 500.3g reat cond.4 oadd.64 Volkswagen m e 850-526-2790. _est _ Dayigh 470-0650-9a/9pm DEFENDANT(S) WO THENCE GO EAST 70Judg-
2W -c 1-800-470, is the Plaintiff meant:

618-6572 males. 6-CD sourd lae new. I owrer. rrs 1 00 3- 12 ARE NOT KNOWN TO YARDS; THENCE GO
ys 11.5000 Chrystler '05 Cross 695 334-7l0-959. 3. Esel.42K Harley Davisdon'89 /9pm BE DEAD OR ALIVE, NORTH 70 YARDS,
Miles uo. ht, Volvo '16.00 40. 34black. Low RicGlider chromed C'91Jimmy4x4, uchmore, MUST ANY AN D ALL UN- THENCE WEST CR70

.n- FR'0 Fin S Cuer- 3L 7 aond ' chrom sunroof, leather, 6 out, sounds great. KNOWN PARTIES YARDS, THENCE
S5KEYSTONE'074 oaded, h i tr CD, good clkswagondition. $6800.334-494-3627 aluminum wheels 1014 CLAIM AN IN-BY, SOUT 70 YARDS T
cab 5.4 V8 oaded, wheels, victory red 57Kr. AT. rod. ba . teer miles$1430062 TEREST AS SPOUSE, POINT OF BEGIN-
n aa $7 20k miles, $17,000 showroom cond. 3- 4im7 n -g3 s e, HE$,RS0 DEVISEES A NING, BEING IN ANDWEST,

618-6572.772-631-5065 factory with warranty GRANTEES, OR TH A AR OF THE
S warranty S37775. 334-678-21 . Volvo'06 540. lacJeep '02 Wrangler X, ER CLAIMANTS are SOUTHEAST 1/4 OF
Kytn ' Cg sunroof, leather, 6 out4 sounds great.aKNOWl t h sTI ON 2, TOWN-

Keystone ouar HON 0 Fit Srt Ocean Race Edition. SUV. 5-spd. 6-cyl. 4 Ford 00 Raner XLT the Defendants, I will THE SOUTHEAST 1/4,
Camperw/bunk Silver, -spd. Lexus '00 E300 98K K miles. WD. 11 cond Suercab 3 Litre V6, st idSS, NING, BEING IN AND
306BH, $22,500, W 13500K Loaed, $6,995 W.M. Car Retails for 53,225 719-930-4976. 5-spd, 95000 miles cash at NORTH DOOR RANGE 8 WE17ST,01
Sleeps 9 Loaded! ea new. Sales LLC 1919 W.M. will sell for $31,700. Harley Street Glide Excellent.$4,900. JACKSON COUNTY JACKSON COUNTY
334-714-7623. warranty 3 - St. 334-699-5880 334-671-4124 Jeep '02 Wrangler X 334-790-7959 ER CLAIMAHOUSE, MA- FLORIDA
ceanDuro Cross, Crew Corvette '81 wwwwesmaincartion, custom paint, 4-W. -A/C, cruise 4 Ford '03 FRa150ng super- 11:00AM, on the A/K/A 7152 GILLEY
eCynab, V8.Loaded.32K Automatic 350 HOaNDeAI s Antiques to my e t control 36iK mi cab V-838Kmi. sell to the highest SECTION 2, TOWN-DRID

$14,500 334-7910646 (Silver) sell as is menti #556 out onof 800 32Kman- WD. 44K; 6,Ex Ccond. Wupercab ite V-6 , and be bidder for F 32442 NORTH,
Camperw/bunks ' xus' fractured. 20K miles. $11,500,

306BHSPoac WD. 13500K Loadeda, $6,995$6800. OBO 4 Car bRetai block $15000.334-714-7203 51 9-930-4976.. 14K obo596-31895,000 as set forth in sad Fi-DOOR RA son claiming

Fifth Wheel, lots of e, -ri u . MAZDA .10 Mazda 3s Chevy - 5 Silverado oec lade. -| to. 4cyl 4WD COMMENCE AT AN Ppty own^easf
eup grades, v ery clean, Like new. Sales LLC 1919 W.M. will stely restor ed $31,700. Excellent. $4,900. JACKSON COUNTY JACK must file aOUNTY,

Like new. $10,900 8a 2 St. 34 , 7 -699-58800 3 E34-671-4124 334-774-3368R S7G gr 334-709 4439. eING THE NORTHEAST (0) Odays after the
850-718-5243. speed, fuel injected, Firm (334)3890554 Our Newspaper SUV. Auto. 6-cyl. 4 SO THEAST 1/4 OF a
REDUCED Dur osVette 96 RCollector 180k miles, some cre WD. 11k, Power '03 F150 sup ECTION 28, TOWN- WITNESS MY HAND
a LE, acETUP f e hatrd u ' r l T is proud to be in steering, new ti rescab V-8 38K mi. Seats and the, GRAND RIDGEof
twe aco , loaded ,2K A136 W to ma n exterash wto $15,500. Exc. Cond. 6, Exc. Cond. White 2009, the following F0L 32002 009

Eagle, 291 RLTS& 07 beautiful car, exc. 2 Dragcar, mention, 32K, 334-693-3424 334-701- ray int. bed ext. FLORIDA; THENCE
Dodge 2500, 6.7 L De- condtiac '01 Montana, $6800. OBO 47 Cl b2,900 block, Yahoo Hot obs Ford 2003 F250 Diesel RUN NORTH 88 DE Dale R Gthrie
lKall power, rear A/C, 7 334-774-1915 nds pow r glil e, One Owner New GREES 18 MINUTES an interk of the circuit
$51K. 334-791-419B eds cuCondition. Bed.34 C e cnliner 21 SECONDS WEST Court
'01, 1/2 Ton Towable 299-3378 or 618e101 pewter with black 2290 ysRecruitment Ad Cover Skell for WellTruck. A INEu- any,. other than theverl

e ed., $29,95. 2004 Honda Civic EX, Dodge '05 Neon SXT, oft tps. 39873K ma FO t 6P5F 10,d. Today! Jeep Libert 2004, V6. 334-618.4533 TAE T O 5 Deputy Clerk
Fif- Leo Nw $ 1500 rior, auto . a dd $20,500.334-684-2006 6cyl. 73,000 original rcond. loaded tor. ROD (PSM NO. 6111) LF 4668

th Wheel 33479es 16.5900 Mercedes '10 Mazda 3 s Chevy- 85ilverado See to appreciate. 24500mi, Loaded, TH EGI NOTICEOF
$5,500 Great Condi- Towncar, Silver. Ford '03 Mustang GT age, charcoal/black nd. 334-7967218. |e 0I R TINUE NORTHR 8a30E4
Loaded,1694 Like new; 4-door;2au L C s packe-o Greatcond. $23,500, EXISTING CONCRETE Pendens must file a

tion 334-6959986 Grat Condition convertible. 69k interior. 59K miles. -- Rver Supr charged GREES 18 MINUTES North Florida Con-
Like new.Need toSell miles auto. Garage 17.000. 334-806-7190 l loaded w.n every rp. 334-709-4439. 21 SECONDS WEST struction, Inc. P.O.
$12,844. Call 618-4533 kept, $10,800 OBO. tior, J owner, gar ey, d ALOG SAID ORTH Box 129 Clarksville,
2007 Nissan A.tima. 334-596- 9966 ket, 334-685-2297. MST SELL ns 0 SUV. Auto. 6-cyl. 4 A O e no
S VeImmaculate. Only FORD '07, 500 Limited Nissan 06 Pathfinder great 18K mi. black, IRON ROD (PSMNO. Gracevile Water Ss-
28ft.Alegro, well 20,200 miles. Below Charcoal leather in- - SE, wne, leather. MSTA $5,500 obo. 6111); THENCE DE- teN Improvements -
matained, new Book. One Owner. teor, 6cyl., 40K BOSE iu"nd, sunroof. 334671-3772. PARTING SAID 200000 Gallon Water
tires, full loaded, all 632-0144 miles. Like new. K miles. 1.000 Ford '731 ton boom NORTH NE ON A Storage Tank and10,200.
kept. p$950. Call Acura '06 MDX, tour- $13,500. 334-618-8255 Mercedes 'm5 ML350, Super sports froS Blue 14xxx ml. 34-714-0170 truck, 351 Cleveland, BEARING OF SOUTH Well No. 7 Up-rade,
g 7 re Great proj car $4,500 $12, 500, 334-379-8733 WET A DITAHENCE18, 2009 as the date
Coachmanz '97 334 434-0240 Power steering, CD, 334-774-2825 HONDA - '03 Metro- lFORD 77, F100a350, OF 210.0 FEET TO A of final settlement.
Mirada, 31.5 ft 37k - A/C, AM/FM, stereo, 347425olitan Scooter. - V8, long wheel base, SET IRON ROD (PSM All persons and firms
$15,000.229-3349413 s n t 2006n-n Yahoole v, s os jobs Ford 2003 F250 Diesel N OTH 88 D E S - foDale R. to the
FORD 09 Musang nt ve matching trailer. $1200. 334-774-7108. Nissa Pathfinder GREES 18 MINUTES Clerk of the Circuiaddre

lSog2. mio T k Gree 1000 mi $22,000.334-792- 850-596-8475HONDA -03 Metro- mi. leather int., 3rd Y bce As T SET IRON ROD City of Graceville,
overpayments.850- Automobi Loaded, warranty, 307e6. W I ' Scooter. row seat, Like new. ECgoodND$2,500.00 PSM WESTNO. 6111); Florda
REDUCED Montana Mercede BenzB'01 '00 33 Cover,1 Sell for ALl THE B t wg 2

593-5103 BMW00 323i 102K Still nw. $27,500., Brt yellow, low $17500334-897-082 334-735-5404 THENCE NORTH co Polyngineering,
White $8495 W.M 334-790-9431 MERCEDES 07 C230 ile exc. cond. DEGREE 41 MINUTES Inc. P.O. Box 837
DAMON '00 DayBreak CarsaesLLC 199 FC- Sport, 48k miles, load PONTAC 67 GTO $1200.lue334-774-7108. . 39 SECONDSEAST 1/A Dothan Alabama
34 ft, 21K miles, Ford 95 MustangCo ed, CD, sunroof, new Excellent condition. Jeep ber,2004, V6. 334-618-4 great. DISTANCE OF 210.6 Deputy Clerk36302
a n r , 2004 Hond estmaincar 726-0256 o ne garage kept, WHITE. (334)389-0554 Hon 07d , Yn '0 n . 334-493-7712 OF BEGINNING.
conditioners, back up or r k 20k. 334-598-3110. 726-1434 or 677-5489 condition. CaL GMC 95 dump truck EE SUBECT TO A SET IROAD

eke New 11,500, , $3,200 334-685-0560 4-2006 0 original 334-701-5516 or WILLIS ROAD A LF
ROYAL Mountaineer Call 718-5251 71,000 miles $5995. i, M/FM, Be.low AD ( TS THE 6111)F4

33-687-4201 Honda '03 Accord EX, 4-cy. 1468 mies, T ractors4-790-7959 Re01 334-691-987 COUNT OF BEGMAIN- NOTICE OF MEETING
black, leather, sue- runs well, warranty, TAINED DIRT ROAD
Loaded, full bath 2004 Lincoln E320. sports ack- Ai124F botrailer, Nssan TOGETHER W OTH AET6 PM,
$5,500 Great Condi- Towncar, Silver. Beford '03 Mustang GT age, dhaua lM Land Rover '06 RNnge TINUE NORTH 88 DE-
tion334-695-9986 GreatCondition. c l Rover Suer charged GREES, 18 MINUTES North Fnrrida Con-

BM 0232 08 Honda 6S' AcEcor 594 dr, nkew an kIN r engO MO HOMEoe
a99o. M 21 SECONDS WES.-T struction, Inc. P.O.
Need to Sell miles.4r3Kl.G Meees$'96 E300 85 refulradedM W.6 every op. Ford '68 FCAT AD THEEO Boar 2 f Clkn

M sao Gold tinted 160K 5,595 Car tras. Make off er. Kawasaki 08 Vulcan ory al oi- d. A N Commissioners will

S dis cd, 60,575 m., Top condition. $1850 OBO 850-593- '05, 200mi Blue, Lissilton Peanut pick- 7. NE, A DISTANCE 32443 Disabil 32430es Acgive noticer-
SBMW '06 325 Spors $13,l125obo. 791-4190 334-693-3980 9960 $1650 850- 258-1638 er $1000.726-4661 sons needing a spe-
MUST SELL, runs 210.0'FEET TO A SET of ' completion of
Immaculate. only HOnD '06 Civic, Nissan 06 POhfinBer great 18K mi. black, IRON ROD (PSMNO. Graceville Water Sys-

sunroof,28 ft. Allegro, well 20,200 miles. Batherwar- 4dr, acal leathsp, power. new in 2005, has ess 800cc, 750 m. Like s the se- to participate in this
maintained, new Bookr.One iner. terror, 6cyl., 40K BO2ouno. sunroof. 3 34-671-3772. PARTING SAID i 200,000 Gallon Water

tire fully loaded, Ca632-0144 85miles. Like new. GM '72 Ceve at dsh 5. 7K d73-4630 ny, othe thanE ON AStorage ank andi
nepaBMW 545 Seda 2900. 334-243-4166 s Sper andt wolnan- 334-618-2542. - o ' LE ty o r as otor's assI Sstat sno lat-7
kept.Four Winds'99 door '06 Moaded, V8tosu- Honda 07 Accord LX both for 5500.334- Suzuki '07 King-quad Cre Ca, Short Bed. endens must file a to the meeting. The
334-792-8018 o n e n . K m e Mercur y 2006 Grand 726-3842 700 4X4, auto trans RD'86 F-350 1 ton Picup.RedAt NUTES 39 SECONDS and setrators eptembe-
334- 792-8827 m34ft. es, excel cond., AWD. 42,000, Lo4K is top Needs work..La , LoddEeln da fter t1 sI atmaybe con-d

Excellent condition, 334-701-5550 FULL WARRANTY! Marquis, 35,700 m. 92 Goldwing, 60k mouflage, $5,500. cy 4 sp $3,900-8733 Cond BToo WEST, A DSle acted at 2864 Madi-
20K, New tires, DVD $500 down LESS Poce Records One miles, red exc paint OBO 334-585-2398 229-334-8520, 334- roof, leatheelr inbase, Svery IRON ROD (SM All person Street, Marianna,
Player-Ref- /Frez THAN $300 per Owner All service & running co 355-1202 cean, warranty, . 6111); THENCE s hold file all claims(850) 482-
w/ce maker, Water nthcond., records 7185251. 50 2915 Freigh192iner2 dr, Bright yellow, low oks good29995.334-792065. n 8 DEGREES for payment to the
heDater, hydraulic t eathrin ver m atching trailer. $1200. 334-774-7108 . 0Nissan Detrin t STERLING - 05 Tr-Axle 10, 2009.- o tes
jaks, convection-achman Bulli Honda '07 Civc lean, like new. $15,000.850-482-6632 84E, bump 890K, ODump Truck 47.500
/microwave ovent - Loaded, warranty, 3076. n cooter . row seat, Like334-3- 1104. 334-67- Dale R. Guthrie
slide outs.25 ,500 BMW ' 32 K GPS navigation sy Brgrt yellow, low $17,500.r 3345-897-6 2240 5835 CE of Circuit
334-718 -060 71- 1 tern, D ple 2 DEGREE 41 MINUTES Inc. P.Oh 02 r17

White $895 W .M. 87K 334-790-9431 MERCEDES Triumph PAMER Toyota070 TndrC230 ourt . CHECK
DAMON $8,995W.M.Car 955-akCa S'eLt 11'r- Spo , k Fi ST Sport Dump Trailer $13,900 TRD w/boiler ex- 39 S ECONDS E In,m a
34 ft, 21K miles, Ford 9'MustangC - e sunroof ne Excellent condition. cab, runs great DISTANCE OF 36302H
Monoco Knight '06, St. 334-699-5880 Honda 08' Civ c LX ARCTIC CAT ,07 700 tires brakes, 334w 58351-0 3lent condition t eput Clerk T IFIFsHe
an generator, hy- www.westmaincar 726-02Clean, low miles, garage ept , 4xWHITE. (334)389-055 Honda'07 ha 58
draulic levelers, 2 air Fa Cn9i6 a9at rdcord s. 3300mi, $5000.334- oaded andt in 6reat9

came ra, refrigeratodes ck '75 Skyark 3347142978 334-596-8003 for V-8 Allison334-79 443 trans.,IVE US A RING...
2774Vintage, 34K miles, AccordEX, -accessories, riTrailers-Tractors 334-691-987 COUNTY MAIN- NOTICdicu-E OF NG
MUST SEEack,! P ain t & lously clean & fast ,aDIRT ROAD o l

haeton, 0740ft4 seorthousands NIAN Atima 334-805-0816 4 Drbi Call today to place
sroof, very5K . nice5.500 588-2607new, includes 21-24 FT boat trailer, Nissan 01 TOGETHER WITH A be 22, at 6 PM, the
$9950 W.AllisonM. Cr Honda 05' Accord EX 4 dr, new aint61,000, Loaded, & eng to travel MOBILE HOME LO- Jackson County

gen.4 dr.frig w/ 1 t miies, dar jae- - runs well, sunroof, YAMAHA'06 $3,000.334-701-5516 Loaded, Power
icemaker,'W/D in runs good, $1500. YAMAHA1$3000i334
motion satellite dish, 794-4964 790-6688 very clean, Like new Big Dog '04 Ridge- Roadstar 1700cc, M brakes, Power steer- (850) 526-3614
rear & side cameras, Honda-'08 LX-P, $15,500. 334 333-4655. back, Hard-tail, Black, Motorcycle. ing, Tilt, Cruise, Hard
Home theater sys. White, Auto, 4-cyl, 11,000 mi, $13,500. 5000 miles. Vance Bed Cover w/Liner, (800) 779-2557
Brake-Buddy for tow - clean, Great cond. 648-2425 tern. 4 helmets andi new. $15,500 Firm,
car. Garage stored. $18,500. gel cushion. One 334- 445-1683.
Many other options. 334-726-5491 NISSAN '06 Altima, HARLEY '99 Soft-Tail owner, garage kept. Chrysler '02 Voyager .he
h00 ins. Cadillac '00 Deville 3 1 Blue, Sedan. Auto. 4 Custom, Dinond Ice/ Like new. $9000. 334- Van, cold air, loaded, Claseds have what
$160,000. Honda '99 Accord EX, cyl. 61,000, Loaded, Aztec Orange. low you are looking for.
334-797-3617. Pearl, Auto. 8-cyl. low miles, 74,500 mil. runs well, sunroof,e e n w618-5833. 75,000 mi. Excellent,linw$
*REDUCED * 94000, Pwr steering, $7500. 334-718-8373 runs well, sunroof. 0, 6Li8 n12. $4995. 334-790-7959.
'03 Class A Monoco CD, A/C, AM/FM, very clean, Like nw , 684-1211Chrysler '05 Town &
La Palma. 2 slides. stereo, runs well, $15,500. 334 333-4655. HARLEY Davidson '01 A Country LIKE NEW,
Rdn Police, low miles, $200 down
1� bath. Loaded! Great cond. $9,000, Nissan '06 Sentra SE 16o500 Ku White, low m9 es, $2n0 dC n
Incl. car dolley & all 850-482-4848. 4 door SUPER SHARPI clean & shop kept. Ron Ellis 714-0028
furnishings (dishes, . Low Mileage $200 $11.000. 334-774-3663 Ron Ellis 7140028
towels, etc.) $65K. Cadillac"94 "--. down $189 per month - -Yamaha '07 VStar Chrysler '95 Voyager,
334-790-3480. Fleetwood. Top con- - Ca Rn Elis HARLEY Davidson '03 1300 Tour, fuel inject- V6, auto, seats 8,
edition. 334-693-3980 ' 714-0028 RoadKing, 95" stage ed, custom seat's, power, am/fm cass.
Tioga A how 27ft CADILLAC a98 DeVille, Hyundai '04 Accent, 4 Nissan '07 Altima sr $rn e' i w re N8 592-
Motorhome '86, 135K miles, loaded cooler, many extra's, cruise control, load- $1975 080 350-592
white,Auto.8 cyl. leather, new A/C, Mi- cylinder, AT, 4 door, 2.SSL, Black, 34,200 $10,500. 334-803-5008 ed, 5K., Like new! 2832
Pow.brakes & steer- chelin tires $4,995 88,000 mi. Excellent! mi., bose stereo, $7,450., 334-714-4001
ing, A/C, AM/FM 688-2163, 370-6635 $4,500334-790-7959 moon roof, spoiler, Harley Davidson '07 Ford '98 Windstar,
runs well, low leather int. very RoadKing Classic, YAMAHA '08 V V-star $475 down, 0% Inter-
miles,Fair cond.Has Ford '93 Taurus, runs Mazda '89 RX7, non clean, Like new. Excel., 6700 miles, 250, burgendy. 1836 est. Daylight Auto Fi-
leak damage. $6000. good, needs AC, turbo, gold, GXE, $20,500 obo, 334-372- Extra's! $14,300. miles. $2695. 334-693- nancing 1-800-470-
850 526 2840. $2200. 1-334-475-1723 $3000. 334-648-4985 0702 or 334-432-0302. 334-369-8139 5454 0650 9am/9pm



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