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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 )
Genre:
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Spatial Coverage:
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)-
General Note:
"Independent."

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Williams trial begins today Four held

BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER after high
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITF ,


A jury has been seated to hear
the quadruple murder trial of
Wesley Jonathan Williams.
Around 6:30 p.m., Tuesday, 12
jurors and three alternates were
chosen, closing out a full two-day
selection process.
The panel is made up of one
black male, two black females,
four white females and eight
white males.
The trial begins at 9:30 a.m.
Wednesday morning.
In an unusual turn of events in
the court of Circuit Judge Bill
Wright, jurors will be allowed to
take notes during what will likely
be a two week trial with more
than 40 witnesses called, accord-
ing to the lawyers a's they spoke
to prospective jurors.
Williams is accused of shoot-
ing to death his ex-girlfriend
Danielle Baker, and of suffocat-
ing her three young sons, two of
which he fathered.
The jury selection process
yielded some e hints about what
may lie ahead in his trial.
Potential jurors were asked
whether they could deal with pos-
sibly seeing things that could be
disturbing, including crime
scene and autopsy photos of the
dead children who had been
doused with a chemical thai left'
bums on their skin.
Many prospective jurors were
dismissed after having said they
didn't think they could.
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spending
STAFF REPORT
A campaign is underway to
stimulate a one-day spending
spree in Jackson County as a way
to stimulate the local economy.
The "$25 on 25" effort encour-
ages residents to spend $25 on
Sept. 25 with businesses in
Jackson County.
Chamber of commerce
President Art Kimbrough said he
can see the merit. in such a com-
mitment.
"If 10,000 Jackson County
folks did that, it would mean
$250,000 in additional spending,
if in fact they're spending money
they weren't already planning to
spend on another day here," he
said. "Let's say someone had a
hair appointment, where they
were going to spend X amount
anyway, but, to participate in $25
on 25, they added a massage they
hadn't intend to have, then that's
new spending."
Residents who decide to stay in
the county and shop, as opposed
to heading to Dothan, Tallahassee
or Panama City, would also make
a difference.
"If they were planning to spend
$25 on a shirt at a mall in
Tallahassee, and they decided
instead to spend it here for a shirt
or something else, then that's new
' spending, too, money that has
been redirected back into the
local economy that would have
gone elsewhere," Kimbrough
said. "For our small, local busi-
nesses, it could be a real boost if
people got behind it and spent
additional dollars that they
weren't planning to spend."
But Kimbrough said it could
have another, possibly^ more
important, effect as well.
"Something like this can instill
a sense of community pride, a lit-
tle bit of self-control over things
that seem bigger than ourselves.
The economic decline, nation-
S wide, may seem too big for us to
do anything about, but if you
break it down, reduce it to some-
thing smaller, then we have a
sense of power over our destiny


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Wesley Jonathan Williams confers with defense attorney Walter Smith during the jury selection
process. The selection process was completed Tuesday and the trial begins this morning. -Mark
Skinner/Floridan


large jury pool of about 200, the
lawyers first questioned them in
batches of about 50, then pared
them down to smaller and small-
er groups, based in part on their
answers to a variety of questions.


Some, for instance, were dis-
missed after saying they did not.
believe in the death penalty.
Although the jury will not be
called upon to recommend a sen-
tence if Williams is convicted,


death is a possible penalty Judge
Wright could impose.
* Defense attorney Walter Smith
and prosecutor Larry Basford
See TRIAL, Page 5A >


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STAFF REPORT
Four people were arrested after
a high-speed chase that began in
Cottondale ended in Walton
County, a 60-mile pursuit that ran
through Jackson, Washington and
Holmes counties.'
According to a news release
from the Walton County Sheriff's
Office, the pursuit began outside
of Cottondale after a Florida
Highway Patrol trooper clocked a
white 1991 Chrysler sedan going
97 miles per hour southbound on
Highway 231.
The driver wouldn't stop, and
proceeded to get on to U.S.
Highway 90 and headed west.
The suspect eluded law.
enforcement officers through
Cottondale, Chipley, Bonifay,
Caryville and Ponce de Leon. At
one point, he reportedly almost-
ran into a, school bus outside of
Bonifay.
Once the suspect got into
Walton County, deputies
deployed the spike stripes, caus-
ing the vehicle to run into the
front yard of a residence in the
Argyle community.'
The driver, Jacob Cruce, whose
See CHASE, Page 5A >


Alleged liquor thief leads police on chase


STAFF REPORT
A man alleged to have stolen a bottle of
vodka led police officers on a foot chase
through a wooded area Tuesday afternoon
before he was caught.
The Marianna Police Department received
a call at the Big Star Liquor -.tr - lo_.,.hdJ on
Penn Avenue Tuesday. It was re.rItc-J ih.u a
black male had left the business after taking a
bottle of vodka.
A patrol officer spotted the suspect walking
along Penn Avenue. When- the officer
attempted to make contact, the man ran into
the woods behind Plaza Del Rio.
A perimeter was set up by the officers, and
after a brief foot chase, the suspect was cap-
tured on Old Cottondale Road at the intersec-
tion of Edenfield Street in a wooded area.
The suspect was identified as Russell
Heatrice, no age give, of Marianna. Heatrice
was then taken to the Marianna Police
Department, and then to. the Jackson County
Correctional Facility. Officers with the
Florida Department of Law Enforcement,
who was also in the area, assisted in
Heatrice's capture. It was also learned that
Heatrice allegedly committed a theft on Sept.
18, also at Big Star liquors.
Heatrice is being charged with two counts
of Retail Theft, and one count of resisting
arrest without violence.


Officers with the Marianna Police Department, with assistance from the Florida
Department of Law Enforcement, take suspect Russell Heatrice into custody, following an
alleged case of retail theft from Big Star Liquors Tuesday. -Mark Skinner/Floridan


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BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER


Linda Collins talks about how the Chipola Historical Trust is selling
the oral histories of local citizens to raise money for the organiza-
tion. -Mark Skinner/Floridan


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The Chipola Historical Trust
of Jackson County met for the
first time Monday after its cus-
tomary two-month summer hia-
tus, with a fresh idea for fund-
raising topping the agenda.
The trust dug up an old set of
oral histories recorded several
years ago on cassette tapes. They
had those transferred to CDs,
with one DVD in the mix, and
will sell them for $10 each.
They will be available at the
Jackson County Chamber of
Commerce and through members
of the trust.
The CD set includes interviews
with some community icons,
such as Slade West and Roy
Beall, along with many others.
The contributors also include
Evelyn Duval, Andrew Dykes,
Mrs. George Wilkie Grace,
Meggs Hansford, Sue Hartsfield,
Ike Spooner and Lonnie
Williams. Trust member Claude
Reese and guests also recorded a
DVD featuring reflections on
Graham Aviation, and that is also
for sale.


raise funds
Many of those interviewed are
no longer alive, and some of their
memories stretch back to World
War II and beyond.
The money raised will go to
benefit the Chipola Historical
Trust of Jackson County. For
more information, call 482-6141.
Trust members also learned
Monday that, while they were on
hiatus, much work was going on
behind the scenes at their head-
quarters, the historic Davis-West
house., -
During the summer, House
Committee chairwoman Linda
Collins learned that termites had
moved in and all but taken over
the back porch and back part of
the structure, particularly the
walls of the kitchen.
Several living cells of termites
were discovered when workers
pulled back some boards to repair
rotten wood around the windows.
"They were holding hands to
hold it up," Collins joked about
the termites.
The trust found some help and
got that taken care of in short
order, replacing the porch and the
See TRUST, Page 5A >


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Managing Editor - Michael Becker
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Circulation Manager - Dena Oberski
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Contact Us
Telephone: (850) 526-3614
FAX: (850) 482-4478
E-mail: editorial@jcfloridan.com
Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 520, Marianna, FL 32447
Street Address:
4403 Constitution Lane,
Marianna, FL 32446
Office Hours: .
Weekdays, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
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some reason it does not arrive call
the Floridan's customer service rep-
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on Sunday. The Jackson County
Floridan (USPS 271-840) is pub-
lished Tuesday through Friday and
Sunday mornings. Periodical
postage paid at Marianna, Fla.
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damages arising out of errors and
advertisements beyond the amount
paid for the space actually occupied
by that portion of the advertise-
ments in which the error occurred,
whether such error is due to the
negligence of the publisher's
employees or otherwise, and there
shall be not liability for non-inser-
tion of any advertisement beyond
the amount paid for such advertise-
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knowingly accept or publish illegal
material of any kind. Advertising
which expresses preference based
on legally protected personal char-
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How to get your
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Floridan reserves the right to edit all
submissions.


September 23 - Wednesday
* Elder Care Services will give out USDA
and Brown Bags, 8 a.m. at 4297 Liddon
St. in Marianna; and the Malone USDA
site will give out food at Malone City Hall.
* 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.
* Allan Bense, former speaker of the
Florida House of Representatives, will
address honors students at Chipola
College at 1 p.m.; in Jackson Lecture Hall
in Building Z. The public is invited.

September 24 -,Thursday
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.
* The Marianna Middle School Advisory
Council meets at 3 p.m. in the MMS Media
Center.
* The Jackson County Library Board will
meet at 3 p.m. in the Board of County
Commission Chambers to discuss library
standards, literacy program and other
items.
* The Breast Cancer Support Group
meets at 5 p.m. in the ground floor edu-
cation classroom of Jackson Hospital,
4250 Hospital Drive, Marianna. The group
is open to those with breast health issues.
Caregivers welcome. Light supper served.
* Jackson County Chamber of
Commerce hosts Business After Hours,
5:30-7:30 p.m. at Lily Pad Ranch and
Hunt Club, 2224 Kent Cemetery Road,
Alford. For directions, call482-8060 or
638-4868.
* The Little Theatre at Marianna hosts
an open meeting at 6 p.m. in the
Continuing Education Building at
Chipola College. E-mail littletheatreat-
marianna@yahoo.com.
.* 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 limit-
ed to persons with a desire to stop drink-
ing.

September 25 - Friday
* 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.

September 26 - Saturday
* The Jackson County Farmers' Market
is open Tuesdays, Thursdays and
Saturday, 6:30 a.m. until all fresh pro-
duce is sold out, in the courthouse park-
ing lot in Marianna. The market is a state
certified farmers' market accepting
FMNP/WIC and Elder affairs coupons.
* Former students and faculty of the old
Magnolia High School meet for a reunion
breakfast at 8:30 a.m. at the PoFolks
restaurant in Marianna. Call 482-4733 or
482-4285.
* Marianna Day celebrates the 145th
anniversary of the Battle of Marianna, with
a memorial service at 9 a.m. in
Confederate Park, downtown Marianna
(gather at 8:45 a.m. on Constitution Lane
to observe); and a parade at 10 a.m.,
which travels from Daniels Street to N.
Madison Street, along US Highway 90
(line-up is 8 a.m. on Daniels Street, in
front of the old high school). The parade
is a kick-off for the Battle of Marianna re-
enactment and bluegrass music festival at
Citizens' Lodge Sept. 25-27. Parade forms
available at www.cityofmarianna.com, or
call 482-2786. Entry fee is $25.
* Jacob City celebrates 25 years as a
city during the Jacob City Day celebration
in Jacob City Park. Festivities begin at 11
a.m. and include a parade, a commemora-
tive program with keynote speaker
Richard Saulsberry of Gainesville, food
and craft vendors and door prizes. A free
lunch of grilled chicken, hamburgers and
hot dogs will be served after the program.
Call 263-6636 or 326-5554.
* Chipola River Book & Tea, 4402
Lafayette St. in downtown Marianna hosts


a book signing, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. with
Timothy J. Hall; pastor of the Gully
Springs Baptist Church in Bonifay. His
book is "Church, Go to Hell! Please?"
* 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 annual Sneads High School
Cheerleaders' Kiddie Cheer Clinic will be
at the SHS gymnasium. This clinic is open
to girls ages 4 years through fifth grade.
Cost is $25; includes instruction, t-shirt
and snack. Participants will cheer with the
SHS cheerleaders Friday, Oct. 2, during
the first half of the SHS vs. Jay football
game. Call 482-9004, ext. 249.

September 27 - Sunday
* The Kent reunion is at the' Kent ceme-
tery1 pavilion, three miles southwest of
Alford. Lunch at 12:30 p.m; bring a well-
filled basket.

September-28 - Monday
* The Parkinson's Support Group meets
at noon in the ground floor education
classroom of Jackson Hospital, 4250
Hospital Drive, Marianna. ' Jackson
Hospital's Eric Miller, RN, BSN will pres-
ent "Are You Ready for Flo Season?"
Lunch served. Caregivers welcome. No
cost.
* Malone School's School Advisory
Council meets at 3 p.m. to approve the
School Improvement Plan for the 2009-
2010 school year.
* Marianna High School .hosts a
Scholarship Information Night for grades
9-11 in the MHS Media Center, 5:30-6:30
p.m. Scholarship Information Night for
Seniors TBA.
* 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.


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POLICE ROUND-UP


MARIANNA POLICE
The Marianna Police
Department listed the fol-
lowing incidents for Sept.
21, the latest available
report: One traffic acci-
dent, one suspicious per-
son, three disturbances,
one larceny
complaint, -
two illegally -..- -
parked vehi- - -
cles, one' t IME
noise com-
plaint, one animal com-
plaint, two public service
calls, one patrol request,
two traffic stops and one
911 hang-ip.


JACKSON COUNTY
SHERIFF'S OFFICE
The Jackson County
Sheriff's Office listed the
following incidents for
Sept. 21, the latest avail-
able report: Four alarms,
one animal control com-
plaint, one assist of 'noth-
er agency, one burglary,
one child custody, dispute,
three criminal registra-
tions, two criminal mis-
chief complaints, three
disturbances, two flim-
flam complaints, one hos-
pice death, one juvenile
complaint, one larceny
complaint, one missing


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person, two pedestrian
complaint, one prowler,
eight public service calls,
five suspicious incidents,
one traffic accident, two
traffic stops, four trans-
ports, one trespassing
complaint, one warrant
arrest and three 911 hang-,
ups.

JACKSON COUNTY
CORRECTIONAL
FACILITY
The following people
were booked into the
county jail during the lat-
est reporting periods:
- Addrian McMillan,


23, ' 831A Bethel St.,
Chattahoochee, violation
of county probation.
- David Chaddock, 32,
4439 Magnolia Road,
Marianna, possession of a
controlled substance, pos-
session of drug parapher-
nalia.

JAIL POPULATION:
211

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


Getting it
RIght!
An error was made in a
Floridan article last
Sunday concerning the
upcoming Marianna Day
festival on Sept. 25-26.
Living history stations will
be set up in Citizen's Lodge
Park on Friday beginning at
9 a.m. The Sunday article
had the wrong location for
this segment of the festival,
which centers around the
Civil War's Battle of
Marianna.
The Jackson County Floridan's
policy is to correct mistakes
lromptily. To repot an e rro; call
526-3614 Monday-F'riday.


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Jackson County Floridan * Wednesday, September 23, 2009 - 3A


Jacob City Day celebration this weekend


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
Jacob City will be cele-
brate 25 years as a city on
Saturday, Sept. 26, at the
Jacob City Park.
Festivities begin with a
parade line-up down Jackson
Road at 10:30 a.m. The offi-
cial event kick-off will start
at 11 a.m. with the parade en
route to the city park.


Registration for door
prizes will begin at 11:30
a.m., and a brief commem-
orative program will follow,
with Richard Saulsberry of
Gainesville serving as the
keynote speaker.
Saulsberry was born to
the late Willie P. and Annie
Jewel Saulsberry of Jacob
City, and he graduated
from Cottondale High


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
On Oct. 2, at the Jackson
County Chamber of
Commerce First Friday
Power Breakfast, the topic
will be the current state of
the banking industry, how
it got in the mess it's in,
and what has to be done to
correct the problems and
restore confidence in the
system.
The featured speaker will
be Marvin Scott, president
of Superior Bancorp, a $3.2
billion thrift holding com-
pany with its headquarters
in Birmingham, Ala. The
principal subsidiary of
Superior Bancorp is
Superior Bank, which has
77 branches, including a
branch in Marianna.
Scott has .served as a
director and president of
Superior Bancorp and
Superior Bank since join-
ing the organization in
January 2005 and has
extensive banking, experi-
ence. Prior to joining
Superior, he served as pres-
'ident of Superior Financial
Corporation of Little Rock,
Ark.
Born in Lynchburg, Va.,
Scott received a B.A.
degree from the University


Bridge

club results
SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
The Marianna Duplicate
Bridge Club plays bridge on
Monday afternoons in the
St. Luke's Episcopal
Church Parish Hall. For the
week of Sept. 21, the win-
ners were as follows:
North-South
First place - Jan Snyder
and Bob Snyder of
Graceville.
Second place - John
Lewis of Marianna, and
Lois Stanwaity of Newton,
Ala.
Third place - Betty
Lunsford of Graceville, and
Jane McKee of Marianna.
Fourth place - Libby
Hutto and Lottie Williams,
both of Marianna.
East-West
, First place - Douglas
Parker of Marianna, and
Kurt Opferman of
Dellwood.
Second place - Sara
Lewis of Dothan, Ala., and
Armin Kunkler of Bonifay.
Third place - Elaine
Yost and Barbara Wasdin,
both of Dothan.
Fourth place -, Judy
Duell of Alford, and Nancy


SHS Homecoming
set for Oct. 16
This year's Sneads High
School Homecoming cele-
bration will be Oct. 16.
Anyone interested in par-
ticipating in the parade or
needing more information
can call Tracy Cloud at 482-
9004, ext. 241.










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A native's case for hometown democracy


BY REBECCA EAGAN
Hometown Democracy
serves a bona fide Florida
need..To those who've been
ignored - even disdained -
by the very officials they
elected to safeguard their
life-quality, ecology, and
wildlife, it shines like a
lodestar in the night sky.
What our founders might
have coined Providence
- seems to have channeled it to
the right time and place.
Amendment 4 is crucial now
that what state growth over-
sight we had in the
Department of Community
Affairs is so iffy as to not be
assured survival of the next
legislative whim or develop-
er lawsuit (first SB 360, and
now landowner assaults on
the one tool left to halt bad
projects -proof of need).
There really is no recourse
to citizens for local council
rubber-stamping other than
voter referendum. For too
long the decks have been
stacked against us and the
survival of our slender penin-
sula. Greed looms to con-
sume her like a black hole.
We've been thrown a life-
line in Amendment 4, and if
we don't grab it, well drown.
Besides its obvious conser-
vation value, Florida
Hometown Democracy
restores to residents the right
to help shape their communi-
ty's future - a right long
trampled by what Harry
Truman once called the


favored classes of the power-
ful few.
The goal of salvaging
Florida's native landscapes
remains largely unmet.Our
natural communities, among
the oldest on earth, stand to
be extirpated by hopscotch
growth patterns. Fragile
species, like the scrub jay
and panther are unique to
this state.
With the loss of biological
integrity flows the poetry.-
the very heart and song -
from the Land of Flowers.
Our ecology ties directly to
life-quality; once Eden is
gone, even if growth-drunk
officials don't notice (or
care), we will. Annihilation
cant be undone.
A week in Washington,
D.C., reviewing the trials and
sentiments of our nations
founders, and rereading
Thomas Jefferson's letters,
convinced me that Americas
principles not only support,
but mandate, that power revert
to us in such pivotal matters
as land use, when government
fails to express our will.
In Florida, the idea of rep-
resentation has become a
farce. Though this may
sound grandiose to its foes,
Hometown Democracy, for
me, seems to rise from those
same sparks that fired
Washington to defeat
Cornwallis and Jefferson to
pen the Declaration. These
greats held a never-flinching
trust that the people are their
country's (or state's) own


best watchmen. Preserving
Florida and our way of life
lies with us.
In 2010, Amendment 4
would let voters veto proj-
ects that overstep their local
growth blueprint, thus help
curb hostile urbanizing of
rural zones.
, Though called mobs or
NIMBYs by detractors, resi-
dents voting on their com-
munities' fates would have a
welcome moderating effect.
Building will still occur
because comprehensive plans
already allow for it, but at a
rate which our wildlife and
infrastructure can bear.
Guarding quality of life is
a chief role of government.
Developers currently steer
land use policy, but govern-
ment is meant to represent
all citizens. In 1816, Thomas
Jefferson wrote to John
Taylor: "Your Enquiry into
the Principles of Government
settles unanswerably the
right of instructing represen-
tatives and their duty to
obey. It simply is not right
for those we elect to diss us
- especially to the detri-
ment of our states survival."
Natural resources are in
delicate balance - and blur
property lines. What one
owner does on 200 acres can
impact whole ecosystems.
Officials have a duty to pro-
tect native habitats and their
biota and the rural ambience
that existing residents bought
into - these should dictate
local planning. But large


landholders write the play-
book. Our officials don't
have to capitulate - they
just do. Meanwhile, a land
use change to densely devel-
op is not a property right.
While residents with a per-
sonal stake in the livability
of their surrounds are left out
of the loop, faceless corpora-
tions, regardless of origin,
background, residential sta-
tus or hidden partner identi-
ties, call the shots and/or
profit richly from land use
changes so abhorrent to
voiceless locals. This is un-
American. The Orlando
Sentinel cites a Florida
TaxWatch statistic that our
state accounted for about a
quarter of all foreign real
estate purchases in the
United States.
"We the people" is not the
homebuilders association or
the chamber of commerce,
but discrete women and men.
Under Amendment 4, we
all have a vote (not just those
who would slow growth or
over-accelerate it). These ref-
erenda would reflect the peo-
ples will - a founding pre-
cept sorely missing from the
development process.
Hometown Democracy
will have the constitutional
clout to manage growth in a
way that includes all
Floridians.
Eagan is a wildlife conser-
vationist and third-generation
Florida native from Winter
Park.


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Jim Bundy, with Hatch Mott and MacDonald, talks about water
projects in Marianna during Monday's city council meet
-Mark Skinner/Floridan


BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER


The Marianna City
Commission on Monday selected
a contractor to replace water
lines, and to patch or resurface
the roads that will have to be torn
up to get at those lines.
I-C Contractors of Panama
City won the job, submitting a
low bid of roughly $3.8 million.
. Of that total, $2.6 million will
be paid from grant funds. The
city will dip into its reserves to
pay the rest.
When bids came in lower than
expected, the original list of
water line replacements was
.expanded to do more than offi-
cials first thought possible.
The work is expected to begin
in late October or early
November, and should be com-
plete 270 days from start up. The
contractor will do the work in
three to four groups at a time, so
as not to disrupt traffic across a
large area of town at once.
Some of the targeted water
lines are decades old.
The areas are:
* Clinton Street, from Madison
to Noland.
* English Road, from Penn,,
Avenue to the end of English.
* Orange Street from South St.
line to Cottondale Road.
*ing. * Caledonia Street, from
Kelson Avenue to Clinton Street.


* Heatrice Street from Madison
Avenue to St. Johns Street.
* Jackson Street from
Caledonia to McPhearson streets.
* Bertram Street from Franklin
to Marion streets.
* Elm Street from Orange to
Hawk streets.
* Dickson Street from Kelson
Avenue to Kelley Street.
* Magnolia Street from North
Street to U.S. Highway 90.
* Madison Street from Kelson
Avenue to Clinton Street.
* Yost. Street from Harley
Drive to Milton Avenue.
* Guyton Street from Kelson
Avenue to U.S. 90.
. * Sylvia Drive, from Wilton to
Wynn streets.
* Noland Street from Clinton
Street to U.S. 90.
* Daniels Street from U.S. 90
to Wilton Street.
* Jackson Street from U.S. 90
to Madison Street.
* Park Street from Lime to
Putnam Street.
* North Street from Magnolia
to Bump Nose Road.
* Hall Street from Sunset Drive
to U.S. 90.
* Spring Street from Davis to
Putnam streets.
* Florence Avenue from
Caledonia to Wynn streets.
* Davis Street from Caledonia
to Jefferson streets.
* Hannah Street from Orange
Street to Orange Hill Road.


Chase


Continued From Page 1A


address was. unknown at
press time, attempted to run
from the vehicle but collid-
ed into a pursuing patrol
unit. Cruce suffered a leg
injury and was transported
to an area hospital.
There were three passen-
gers in the car, and they
were taken into custody
without incident, Walton
County officials reported.
They are Destin Johnson,
24, of Lawrenceville, Ga.;
Elizabeth Hall, 20, of
Atlanta; and Jessica Erin
Decola, 25, of Fultondale,
Ala. They were transported
to the Walt6n County jail
where they were booked on
several felony charges.
The news release, did not
specify what those charges
were.
The Florida Highway
Patrol is the main investiga-
tive agency.


Troopers with the Florida Highway Patrol process a vehicle Tuesday after the driver
led law enforcement on a 60-mile high speed chase. The pursuit began in
Cottondale and ended in Walton County. Four people were charged. -Photo cour-
tesy Walton County Sheriff's Office.


EcOnomy Continued From Page 1A

because .we have a real healthy sign, and a particu-
chance to do something in larly healthy step if people
our own little comer of the aren't cannibalizing the
world," he said. spending they've already
"It's a do-able thing for planned. It's people saying,
most folks, a choice they 'I can do something to help
can make in their personal my neighbor, my econo-
spending that could have a my,' and that is probably as
larger, positive effect. That important as anything as a
small barrage could be a symbolic impact," he said.


Trust Continued From Page 1A


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compromised walls, and
made several other'improve-
ments over the summer.
The total cost, with a


sympathetic repairman
contributing to fixing the
problem, came to about
$3,800.


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. 5283 Brown St.
Graceville, FL32440
263-5116'

Ronnie
Patricia
Girton

Ronnie Patricia Girton of
Graceville went home to
her Lord on Sept. 21, 2009,
after an extended struggle
with non-Hodgkin's lym-
phoma. She had been em-
ployed by Big Bend Com-
munity Based Care as an
accounting specialist. She
had previously operated an
assisted living facility in
Jackson County and also
worked with the Jackson
County Senior Citizens as a
case manager.
Mrs. Girton was preced-
ed in death by her mother
and father, Ruth and Ar-
chie Landis of Hartford,
Ala.; and her grandparents,
Evalea and Houston
Hensley of Hartford, and
Louis and Harvey Landis of
Walters, Okla.
She is survived by her
husband of 27 years, Steve;
and . their three children,
daughter Jennifer Leal and
her husband Jeff, of New
Port Richey, son Jameson
Girton and his wife Bridget,
of Graceville, and son Jor-
dan Girton and his wife
Crystal, of Marianna. She is
also survived by her sister
Vickie Smith and her hus-
band Bill, of Midland City,
Ala.; and her brother Ar-
chie Landis Jr. and his wife
Toni, of Hartford. She had
three grandchildren,
Brittney Leal and Cole Leal
of New Port Richey, and
Chloe Grace Girton of Ma-
rianna. *
Ronnie was a member of
the Westgate Church of
Christ in Dothan, Ala., and
a former member of the


Graceville Church of
Christ. She was a faithful
servant of the Lord Jesus.
,Visitation will be at the
Westgate 'Church of Christ,
6 to 8 p.m. on Thursday,
Sept. 24. The funeral serv-
ice will also be held at the
Westgate Church of Christ,
at 11'a.m. on Friday, Sept.
25.
In lieu of flowers, a contri-
bution may be made either
to the Leukemia and Lym-
phoma Society at LLS.org,
or the Westgate Church of
Christ Missions Commif-
tee.
Williams Funeral Home
of Graceville is in charge of
arrangements.
Marianna Chapel
Funeral Home
3960 Lafayette St.
Marianna, FL 32446
526-5059

Juanita Ann
Hatcher


Juanita Ann Hatcher, 67,
of Marianna passed away
Monday, Sept. 21, 2009, in
Jackson Hospital. She was a
lifelong resident of this
area, having moved to Ma-
rianna from Altha at a
young age. Juanita was em-
ployed as office manager of
Swearingen Equipment
Company for 50 years. She
enjoyed spending time
reading, growing flowers,
collecting antiques and she
always loved to work.
She was preceded in


death by her parents, Jessie
and Lucille Hatcher.
Survivors include broth-
ers Jake Hatcher and wife
Loretta, of Grand Junction,
Colo., Angus Hatcher and
wife Beverly, of Marianna,
and Johnny Hatcher. and
wife Anita, of Marianna;
sisters Ruth Tillman and
husband Delmer, Bonnie
Clenney, and Linda K.
Hatcher, all of Marianna;
nieces and nephews Mike
Tillman, Debbie Lipscomb,
Stacy Tillman, Randy
Hatcher, Wesley Hatcher,
Shane Hatcher, Shaun
Hatcher, Shiloh Hatcher,
Foy Lynn Clenney, Kevin
Clenney and Brad Clenney;
grandnieces and nephews
Andrew Hatcher, Brandon
Hatcher, Ava Hatcher, Jack
Hatcher, Jessica Tillman,
Payton Tillman. Kyle
Tillman, Megan Ford,
Christopher Elkins, Holly
Elkins, Haley Hatcher,
Cason Hatcher, Clark
Hatcher Annison Hatcher,
Bralyn Clenney, Tevaen
Clenney, Tadge Clenney,
Molly Cade, Trenton Carter
and Travlaen Shoumaker;
special cousins Helen Por-
ter, Audrey Shelton and
Shirley White; special aunt
Doris Freeman; and great-
grandniece Madison Ford.
The family will receive
friends Wednesday, Sept.
23, from 5 to 7 p.m. in the
Marianna Chapel Funeral
Home.
The service will be Thurs-
day, Sept. 24, at 10 a.m. in
the Marianna Chapel Fu-
neral Home, the Rev. Ste-
phen Potter officiating. In-
terment will follow in
Pinecrest Memorial Gar-
dens.
Marianna Chapel Funer-
al Home is in charge of ar-
rangements.
Expressions of sympathy
may be submitted online at
www.mariannachapelfh.co


Jackson County Floridan * Wednesday, September 23, 2009 - 5A


* Wynn Street from U.S. 90 to
Wilton Street.
* Baker Street from Pearl to
South streets.
* 8th Avenue from 5th to 3rd
streets.
* Auction Drive from the west
end to past the first turn in the
road.
* Green Street from Jackson to
Franklin streets.
* Dogwood Street from Davis
Street to U:S. 90.
* Riverview Road, from Kelson
Avenue to River Road.
* 5th Avenue from 4th to 6th
streets.
* 7th Avenue from 5th to
College streets.
* Graves Street from Yost
Street to Cottondale Road.
* . Deering Street from
Caledonia to Jefferson streets.
* Deering Street from from
Caledonia to Dickson streets.
* Miltonia Street from Pearl
Street to the south end of the
road.
* Woodward Street from
Lidden to Stone streets.
* Charles Drive, from Hall to
Byron streets.
* Edgewood Drive, from one
end of Sunset to the other.
Some of the 13 roads, which
are to be patched after the line
replacement rather than being
completely resurfaced, may
eventually be repaved later
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6A - Wednesday, September 23, 2009 * Jackson County Floridan


LOCAL www.JCFLORIDAN.com


Chipola College adds

new term to fall semester


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
Chipola College officials have added a
new "C" term during the Fall semester to
give students another opportunity to
enroll in classes.
Deadline to submit a financial aid
application for Term C is Oct. 1. Early
registration is on Oct. 15. Classes begin
Oct. 16 and run through Dec. 16.
"The 'C' term has the potential to help
students who missed the deadline at the
beginning of the semester," Dr. Sarah
Clemmons, senior vice president of
instruction and student services said.
Clemmons says that condensing
coursework into a shorter term also is a
better fit for some people.
"There are students who prefer to work
intensively on one course for a few
weeks, and then move on to the next
course," she said. "We're always trying to
improve our schedule of courses to help
meet people's needs in terms of life and
family situations."
Four courses will be offered during
Term C based on prior demand. As stu-
dent demand and adjunct professor avail-
ability increases more courses may be
offered in future terms.
The following courses will be offered


during the C term:
* American History to 1865, (AMH
2010), 3 hours, online
' * Introduction to Biological Science
(BSC 1005), 3 hours, 12-1:50 p.m.,
Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday
* Human Growth and Development,
(DEP 2004), 3 hours, online
* Communications Skills I, (ENC
1101), 4 hours, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Friday
* Introduction to International
Business (GEB 3356), 3 hours, online;
Humanities with Writing (HUM 2216), 4
hours credit, online
* College Algebra (MAC 1105), 3
hours, 5:30-8:30 'p.m., Monday and
Thursday
* Math for Liberal Arts II (MGF 1107),
3 hours, 12-1:50 p.m., Monday, Tuesday,
and Thursday
* Business Statistics (QMB 2100), 3
hours,, 4-5:50 p.m., Monday, Tuesday,
and Wednesday
* Advanced Reading (REA 1205), 2
hours, 12-1:50 p.m., Monday and
Wednesday
* and Intermediate Spanish I (SPN
2220), 4 hours, .2-3:50 p.m. Monday,
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.
For more information, call 718-2311,
or visit www.chipola.edu.


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BUDGET SUMMARY
TOWN OF GREENWOOD - FISCAL YEAR 2009-2010
THE PROPOSED OPERATION BUDGET EXPENDITURES OF THE TOWN OF GREENWOOD
ARE 2.53% LESS THAN LAST YEARS TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURES.


CASH BALANCE BROUGHT FORWARD


GENERAL
FUND
$64,130.78


ESTIMATED REVENUES:
AD VALOREM TAXES MILLAGE PER $1,000
1.000
STATE REVENUES
FRANCHISE FEES
GASOLINE TAX
MOBILE HOME & BEVERAGE TAX
SALES TAX
DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION (ROAD)
DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION (TRAFFIC SIGNAL)
DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION (STREET LIGHTS)
NINTH CENT
INFRASTRUCTURE /
INTEREST & MISC.
RECREATION
TOTAL REVENUES & OTHER FINANCING SOURCES

TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES AND BALANCES


$12,376.00
$23,915.00
$58,455.00
$23,333.00
$530.00
$28,412.00
$18,518.80
$1,909.50
$10,485.00
$3,320.00
$50,528.00
$2,000.00
$3,000.00
$236.782.30

$300,913.08


EXPENDITURES. EXPENSES
ADVERTISING/OFFICE SUPPLY/PRINTING/ADVERTISING DUES $4,000.00


COMMUNICATION
UTILITIES
INSURANCE-PROPERTY & CASUALTY: MEDICAL
EDUCATION, DUES, MEETINGS


$4,300.00
$32,400.00
$31,498.44
$5,000.00


PROFESSIONAL (ATTORNEY, ENG., AUDITOR, TECH. SUPPORT)$30,000.00


TAXES
.SALARIES
MAINTENANCE & OPERATING EXPENSES


FUEL


PENSION
CAPITAL OUTLAY
ANIMAL CONTROL


$295.263.80
$5,649.28


TOTAL EXPENDITURES / EXPENSES
RESERVES
TOTAL APPROPRIATED EXPENDITURES
AND RESERVES


$300.913.08


UTILITIES DEPARTMENT OPERATING BUDGET
2009-2010


TOWN OF GREENWOOD
GREENWOOD, FLORIDA
CASH BALANCE BROUGHT FORWARD
ESTIMATED REVENUES:
WATER & GARBAGE SALES
SERVICE FEES
MISCELLANEOUS & INTEREST

TOTAL REVENUES AND OTHER
FINANCING SOURCES
TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES AND BALANCES

EXPENDITURES EXPENSES
SALARIES
TAXES
WATER SAMPLES/OPERATING LICENSE FEES
CLASS "C" OPERATOR
UTILITIES & COMMUNICATION
SUPPLIES & REPAIRS
FUEL
OFFICE, SUPPLIES/PRINTING/DUES/ADVERTISING
EDUCATION, DUES, MEETINGS
GARBAGE SERVICE
PENSION
INSURANCE


REVENUE
FUND
$4,283.63


$192,454.20
$1,500.00
$1,000.00


$194.954.20
$199.237.83


$36,550.72
$5,482.61
$3,000.00
$5,400.00
$7,000.00
$19,000.00
$2,800.00
$2,770.00
$800.00
$32,000.00
$1,475.60
$8,688.72


PROFESSIONAL (ATTORNEY, ENG., AUDITORS, TECH. SUPPORT) $12,000.00


CAPITAL OUTLAY
STORAGE TANK MAINTENANCE


TOTAL EXPENDITURES AND EXPENSES
RESERVES
TOTAL

UTILITIES DEPARTMENT TOTAL:
GENERAL GOVERNMENT TOTAL:

TOTAL:


$12,000.00
$7,000.00


$155,967.65
$43,270.18
$199,237.83

$199,237.83
$300,913.08

$500.150.91


THE TENTATIVE ADOPTED AND/OR FINAL BUDGETS ARE ON FILE IN THE OFFICE OF
THE ABOVE MENTIONED TAXING AUTHORITY AS A PUBLIC RECORD.


$17,680.64
$117,870.90
$25,000.00
$5,000.00
$5,013.82
$15,000.00
$2,500.00


NOTICE OF




PROPOSED




TAX INCREASE




The Town of Greenwood has tentatively adopted,

a measure to increase its property tax levy.



Last year's property tax levy:

A. Initially proposed tax levy .....................$12,823

B., Less tax reductions due to Value Adjustment

Board and other assessment changes........$15

C. Actual property tax levy ........................$12,808



This year's proposed tax levy............. $13,027



All concerned citizens are invited to attend a

public hearing on the tax increase to be held on:



September 25, 2009 * 5:30pm

at

Greenwood Town Hall

4207 Bryan Street * Greenwood, Florida 32443





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Grand Ridge defeats Roulhac>
BY SHELIA MADER
FLORIDAN CORRESPONDENT
The Grand Ridge Lady Indians
basketball "A" team picked up
another victory Monday night on
their home court. The Lady "
Indians had to come from behind t
a first quarter deficit to pick up P
the 26-21 win over the Chipley,, )
Roulhac Lady Tigers.
In the first period, Roulhac MID
jumped out strong, posting six
points, while holding Grand
Ridge to just four. The Lady O
Indians regrouped during the
quarter change and shut out the
Lady Tigers in the second quar- ,
ter, while they put up six points to .*
take a 10-6 lead into the locker D L D
room at the half.C"
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time break, it was all LadyR
Indians as they recorded 10
points in eight minutes of play.
Chipley was only able to counterA
with five to give Grand Ridge aD
20-11 advantage with one quarter C"
left to play.
In the fourth period, Chipley
rallied with 10 points, but it was
too little too late as the Lady
Indians added six of their own to
seal the win.
Grand Ridge was led in scoring O
by Logan Neel with seven points,
followed by Chasity McGriff
with six points. Teena Jeffrey,
Aaliyah Williams and BrookeD
Williams all added four points
each for the Lady'Indians. -
Grand Ridge was scheduled to
host Marianna on Tuesday.
Results of that game were not Grand Ridge's Brandi Waldon dribbles down court past a Chipley Roulhac defender Monday.
available at press time. -Mark Skinner/Floridan

, Lady Bulldogs

,.. take trifecta

against C'dale
BY SHELIA MADER
. FLORIDAN CORRESPONDENT
The Marianna High School Lady Bulldogs
volleyball team picked up a trifecta at the
expense of the visiting Lady Hornets from
Cottondale Monday evening.
In the freshman game, the Lady Bulldogs
won the best of three in two games, to take
the set. Game One was a 25-17 win, with the
second game going into overtime. Marianna
pulled off that win at 26-24.
Marianna was led by Porscha Morgan with
10 ace serves, followed by Linsey Basford
with seven aces.
SIn the junior varsity game, the Lady
Bulldogs won in two games. Game One was
.a 25-18 win and the second a 25-19 victory.
Marianna had three girls with four aces on
the night: Taylor Blount, Courtney
Massengill, and Jordan Zielenski. Christina
was on the board with three ace serves on the
evening.
The varsity took their best of five match in
three games. Game One was 25-21, and
Game Two 25-18. The third game ended the
match with a 25-21 Lady Bulldog victory.-
Marianna was scheduled to host Chipley
Tuesday evening and Cottondale was sched-
Marianna's Michelle Bassin sets the ball during a match with Cottondale Monday. -Mark uled to host, Graceville that same evening.
Skinner/Floridan Results of those games were not available.
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nounceents pets &animals General reaj estate rms/LandPTb Houses Unfurn shed Mobi le Homes Mobile Homes rea s e
AG ASSISTANT 3/2.5 in Graceville Austin Tyler & Assoc
40 hrs R week area. Ref. req. Quality homes for 2/2 Located btwn GR 2/2 $390/mo
FT position with Last Chance to $600/mo. Avail. Oct. rent 850- 526-3355 & Sneads water & 3/2 $490/mo
benefits. High school own a unique one 1st. 334-445-2441. "Property Mgmt is garb. incl. $375/mo Nice, quiet, Ig yd,
diploma, valid driver of a kind recrea-t 3/2 Brick home our ONLY Business" 850-573-0308. CH/A 850-249-4888
Sree PolCY yers beef cattle ex- p property. 558ac aprox 2000 sq ft 2&3BRMHs inMa-
S8Y0 poe. Pesecrven a- feeahncerequired. 2 Land imb in ClayhatcheeAL 9 + p850 Houses Furnished rianna& Sneads Vacation/Resortn AtON
Lost bi ca" home , An ad This position helps with.75 mi. 209-8759- -- - (850)209-85 95. __ F d ^nn&ned
f bullemtes e darl L__and ud$i199 5.__rr._o_$00a+_dep.mrg_
peekappLOST: Black heart wils of bull test bulls and $1995 per ac. CH/A, $800 + dep. big yard, $600 + dep. + dep 850- 579-4622/ /3ba $145/n., Nav-
peekappo.Bad heart c . oreing . $ NET Motivated sellers 850-271-0900/258- msg. 2BR/5/A
Near Old US Rd RE research wbreeig u cow herd. Maintain Motivated sellers 850-271-0900/258- 850-638-1703 272-7815/ 573-1851 arre Beach 2br/1.5ba
WARD! 850-573-7399 pS S. ee e records, monitors $57,064 NET PROFIT United County A 4309 leave ms 2BR/2BA
wh-een 1ifeed, health care, 2010 NET PROFIT Land & Realo tTOWNHOUSES
Ldw n a nd- $59,424. Ozark, AL 3BR/1.5BA rental, on Lease Option to B R / Off Cornsilk $120/n. 334-699-2796 TOno
LOST: F Rednose Pit ane ana a red w ueihing se Land & Free Standing 334-445.4445. corner of Park & Da- d -50/mo + sec For rent.For info
Bull, in Grand Ridge, rected by supervisor $700/mo Water/sewer/garb. Place your call 8-5. 850-209-
850-592-3203 Re- r uTRIPLE NET LEASE. dep 850- 482- For rent/or lease op inc. (850) 415-6744 8531/4 10
Over aDogsRemanagement. P Lst nised 2886/20un f4ld Marg$ian-
de license Pe APPRECIATION. 2Housesn09-1344 tion. 3/2e $45, 2/2 $350. ad in our IT'S AS
prefer- PInvestor Priced 3BR/1.SBA, Very nice. na. $1200 mo + de- both CH/A in C'dale.�IT'S AS
Chihuahua hredttAp:ly online @ $495,000. 2 & 3 DR MH Cotton- Located on Noland posit. NO PETS No pets. 850-258- 'fak eard E S A
http://obs u . & MH Street in arianna. 662-380-3093 1594/638-1171 v msg EASY AS
Southern Gentleman Puppies Requisiton # For Sale By Owner dale.8http://www.0Kitchen appliances 8
seeks nice WF 50-60 Teacup / toy, 0802854. We will 850-591-5050. charloscountryliving. included. $700/mo., 3/2 C'dale, water, �feg.P1 1 -2-3
for LTR. Loves sped short & long hair, start reviewing appli- com. 850-258- first and last. Securi- Mobile Homes garbbug spray incl.
boating on Lake Discount prices nations Sept. 25 EARLY COUNTY 48/209-8847 ty deposit, 1 Yr lease forRent25 + dep No pets. CALL
Th4o-1 CONSTrNCE yDeS tadsQ , snNo pets. rAvail. Octo- 2/1, furn MH, CH/A n 2 for family and grow your 2. PLACE YOUR AD
Eagle P.O. Box 1968 Cashier available Food Plots, Pine hood, fenced back- bep 1st. Call (850) $400 + dep t Avail. 8 2 mor
Dothan, AL 36301eLrepescud dndOct. 5. 850-638-
or loving homes. All C etitive pa, Plantations, Open ard 850-482-8196 or 594-7525 between $450 + $450 business 3. GET RESULTS
rweet, shots saed, pal vacation & Land, Live Oaks and 209-1301. 6pm-9pm. Owner is 4620/638-6405 pet.750471$450e
entered 334791- benefit package. Long Leaf. Very well Licensed Real Estate d 81- 8 15
7312/3346925318 Co., 850-482-5241 Call Owner $675/mo + dep Cypress. Country set- Homes. MH'S -
BAKER COUNTYGA 850-209-5696 or 850- St. Cottondale CH&A (850)685-2353 . Section 8 & '
estate 1 133/BaERCO5UNTYGA 850-209-5696 0r850 No Pets, $4954+$200 ,LotsAvailable ELO RID A N
S2BIG DEER/BIG c 9- 6 dep. (850) 352-4222 2/2,3 miles from 850-482-4446 LO R ID A N
IfjkjK B FrontageCall Owner Bascom , Ig yard, Home- Hwy 90 E family of 2, $500 mo You name it... .
resi lfor t TIMBER Paved Road 3/1 brick home in Nearly New 2 BR Mar. ye clean,
@ 477-477-1000 taking applications $600/mo, $250 dep 850-209-8947/482- Classified has itI.. Advertising
www.sppland.com $550 850-209-1265 850-526-8367 8333 Classifed has itl A
Miscellaneous riuni Representative
REST abes >-Fruit 1&VegeZ ,tables Aa e '- Z ,| The Jackson County Floridan is
RST AURsA t taes. a 5 - F g ri V accepting applications for a full
chairs, dishes, bar Unfurnished a
ware, kitchen equip- Fresh Shelled Peas &i SalesRp
ment. Call for details. Butter Beans 2307 /1.5 nice apt. IntimeSales Representative.
334-714-2785 Mayo Rd. (Btwn Cy- own, $575/mo + de-
press& Grand Ridge t. 850-482-5134
animalss 592-4156 2/1 Aptwa50ter, garb, This position is responsible for
sewer incs. $ 50� o handling the advertising needs
! Hay&Grain 1850-592-6115
__ro-061 B8392/Mof existing and new businesses.
Oats and Rye rass Rent to Own: 2 & 3BR r Free Ads FreeAds I FreeAds FreeAds FreeAds
Y O mix 60% Marsal Rye MH's Lot rent includ-
S PeIt grass, 40% Oats. $13 ed. Call for details 2 4x6 oriental rugs, Avon President Diamond ring- $200. 3 Hard back books, Record player w/CD, Qualified applicants for this
u erl 50 b bag or $12 850-557-3432/ 850- both for $140 850- Heads $10, tray $6, Stone dia. 2 ct. t.w. current fiction $1/ea. Cassette & Radio,
Your pet deserves a w- ulk. 334-790-5077 814-6515 866-1700 White House $9 850- 850-594-7830 850-272-0148 like new $100 850- position Will possess the
ing, caring home. Anad 482-5634 - 482-5634 .
Ina h hmrnade h i Duplex/Triplex 2 corner/end425634 Dishes, 4pc setting, Heater, Heat surgefl2-5634os
response from nilidus Readership tables(This EndUp Beige loveseat $100 white $15 850-482- w/solid oak wood Singer sewing ma- following:
wSowilsellyranidmalforr Furn. Co) all wood w/matching couch, 5634 mantle. Brand new chine $50 '850-866-
research or breeding puri 2/1 Duplex,CH/A, wa- $75 850-526-3365 never stained fabric. $300 850-593-9987 1700 * PreviOUS Sales experience
poses. Please screen re. Gets ter, sewer, applian- 2 mermaid end ta- 239-272-8236 Dish set, 12 pc set- Horizon Elipitical, Sylight double A customer focused sales
sndn S when ces & lawn care incl: bles & coffee table Box of craft supplies,' o t $5 501b max weig * A customer focusx3' fixeded ales
mR E UalaLy4 TS! $575/MO 850-526- $125 firm 850-866- over 50 items. $10 850-482-o trim $55 0850-2 850-593-9987 approach
.a , S S I. I. 4425 leave message 1700 850-592-2927 892p
W fe" 2 Wheel Car Dolly, Brass items $3 & $4 Dolphin Dining table Ladder, 28' aluminum small desk $15 * Excellent communication &
SCall fairly new, $450 850- ea. Thimbles $3-$15 4' x 6'-$380 850-866- extension, $50 850- CD/DVD Tower $10
573-5929 ea. 850-482-5634 1700 593-9987 850-866-1700 Organizational SKIIIS
I black/white, & 3 The CHEC Aluminum ladder Bunk Beds - $225 Sol- Electric Phantom 4 Laminated light oak String Art Ships, * A friendly outgoing personality
long hair. 850-526- ou I m $175, (2) 3' pillars id wood bunk beds scooter by Electra, flooring 100 sq.ft. $85 small $20 large $50
2958/209-2932 OUT THE $15 850-866-1700 with matching book- never riden $375 850- 850-593-9987 850-482-5634 * Strong initiative and reliability
2958/209-2932ClaSSified CSSIFIEDS! 35" Toshiba TV $475 shelf. 850-26-8466 593-9987Little Tykes play- Summit tree stand * Ability to be a team player
Free kittens 2 orange 850-866-1700 Ceramic Humming Electric typewriter ground rocking alli- new cond.$100. 850-
3 grey tabby, 6wks Birds $8-$10, Ceram- $35 new Mr. Coffee gator $10 850-526- 352-2553.
old 850-593-6323 The City of Graceville is now accepting 3pc Entertainment ic Bells $2,$3 & $5 Elite $20 850-866- 3426
Free kittensapplications for a full-time classified Center $150 850-866- 850-482-5634 1700 Nike Air Jordan Toddler bed, Cosco, We offer:
wormed/litter trnd position of BilRIng Clerk at the 1700 shoes like new sz. 3 White $30 Car Seat,
m e td City Clerk Office, Cty of Gracevil ness t 8 Chtmas Dish Set Elvis Bust $30, Elvis 50-209- Booster $10 850-526- * Advancement opportunities
REQUIREMENTS: AA Degree In Business stools $65 850-866 $10 850-482-5634 Heartbreak Hotel 6571. 3426 Health, Life, & Dental Ins.
5515 or related curriculum or acceptable work 1700 Christmas Teddy Plate $40 850-866-
Free to good home: experience. Municipal experience a plus, Bears dated by year 1700 Old records, small $5, Toilet, complete * 401K
kittens black/white some work experience may substitute for 7 dining room chairs, $10ea. 850-482-5634 regular $10 850-482- Kohler, 1.28 GPF, 401K
/calico 850-594-7802 education requirements. Must possess modern style, sturdy, - Eureka Vacuum $10 5634 used, $50 850-593-
proficient computer skills and ability padded seats $75 Comforter set, cus- 4' mounted baracuda 9987
Free to loving home, to effectively deal with the public. 850-526-3365 tom made, green $45 850-866-1700 Portable Pack & Play, 9987Send r
liter trained kittens. Background check and drug screening r dining room chairs, $150 850-272-0148 tan color, still in box, Washer/Dryer- $150 Send resume to or apply
3503-9275 8 / 0 Ce ired.Styp ay tngsa100% y$10.0 a He althonutyestrdy C nvrtbGold/Glass makeup $45. 850-272-8967 Like new W hirlpool in person at:
303-9727 City pays 100% ofBCBS of Florida Health added seats $75 Toyota '04-'08, never lemrro ) Portable playpen, 850-526-8466
and Dental Insurance, add 100 % of 850-526-3365 used $30 850-593- 1700 ak-n-play sll in hite beaded off J Cu y
i Florida State Retirement System. Obtain 8ai263365usd $3 850 Pak-n-play, still in White beaded, off Jackson County Floridan
applications at One Stop Job Service 4636 7 Speaker Surround 9987 Graco baby stroller, 1 box $45 850-526-3426 shoulder Wedding Advertising Director
I Highway 90 E, Marianna, FL 32446. sound system $125 Deluxe stroller for 2, pink/plaid, 1 pastel Precious Moments Gown, sz 12 $500
CHECK Telephone 850-718-0326, or City of 850-866-1700 sit & stand, blue greenlk new $35/ea birthday bells $15, OBO 850-879-4365 P.O. BOX 520
SGraceville City Clerk Office, 5348 ffcarved plaid, $55 850-526- 850-526-3426 850-482-5634 Window insulated 4403 Constitution Lane
O1 THE Street, Marianna, Florida 32440, white washed oak Graco baby swing, Roper Washer, works glass 35" octogon
CLASSIFIEDS! Applicatelephons aep63-3250. ted until filleE, ADA, VA. chair $100 850-866- Old trunk, 40's to 50's pastel green, $35 great, $125 850-482- w/alum. frame Marianna, Florida 32447
Applications accepted until filled 1700 $200 850-209-0798 850-526-3426 3267 $50850-593-9987


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redw eforn sale Trailers for Sale forSale for Sale Harley Davisdon '89 Jeep 06 Wrangler X
1Toyota '07 Carolla LE, Low Rider, chromed hard top, 6 Sp. 6-Cyl.
loaded. Great Gas out, sounds great. 4-WD. A/C, cruise
Mileage! $500 Down, $6800. 334-494-3627 control 36,K mi.
$250 per month. H eyeS R 02B $15,500. Exc. Cond.



nes ao st R o m V awles8, 2 deLT, Maroon with gray LX,V-6, Automatic, tie, auto, diesel, - *42K Mlo Supercab 3 Litre V-6,
lnt "^ ' hieeps e loaded, sunroof, miles, 40MPG, load- Scooter. 3 Call V-6 4
oc , f conditions , l 8, 2wi 1 S lder interim w or0 4 cylinder , leather, excellent, ed. $16,000. 334-897- 5-spd, 95,000 miles,
hours $2200 . outs, Loaded, Like Flight Club Share 83 XM radio, CD, onstar, 122K miles, $5995. Excellent, $4,900.
2B3-BA,1 334-794-9766 XM97 radorCD 334 one 2s_,_ _ -16550_4 Harley Sporter 06'
em idel d nr 334-79n 4-new.-$21,500. Cessna 172 & 182 , miles, 5 c. cang aeer, Eee n. $4,900
Ridge. Water & sew- Fisher 07 1710 60 h 334-406-4555 hangar in Mar. exc. sunroof, 11,000 miles. 334-790-7959 Volkswagon '69 Duel & Hines Short Shots, 334-790-7959
aige 1c. $35K. 850- Mercury 4 str, fully cond. $2000 850-569- $17,000. 334-797-0987 Port 1600 eng. over- braided lines, 8,900
c58 loaded, garage kept. 2969 Che'5 haulDec.'0s,8 NeWs.te mi $7,995. 794-8037 Jeep '83 CJ-7, grey, Ford '03 F150 super-

u33 3 5ntr/ile r s. el $ ,8 si aes F LRDY L E O n. S 9 9 a 1 :t :33R N Ain d amc p nerd s non . m a- $ D340 W Pa16, n E xc. C o nd. W h ite
stoem c ofer, u r so , I. 3.5. I 2 .m n Ene $1 00 Sportster 1200 cus-, ow , e oer rayint bed ext.
080.a 347413 ifeh nAls e 1 tn 99jr nnrdjor rust. $2300. tom. Black, Show steering, new tires, 14K obo. 596-3189.








O 3o e -c wt ro 1500 AA Grumnan AC il 7sisevm11 Hllhr 334-7l18-1188rm loer d. $, 00.03 6 d
2yr old energy effi- Playbuoy '94 18 foot- excellent low times 3347;91.8241 ond.ei 6 334-91-d.7
cient hm, Dothan off pontoon boat, runs $23,900. 334-449-18646 Chevy 94' Z-71 offcrd V Os i Plevd g 1
Flowers Chapel Rd., great. $3750 neg. '05 Heritage exc-cab 350 loaded, Infiniti '01 130 120K Ocean Race Edition. Runs strong, Pre-
2 car garage, 334-5965032 40' w/2 slie-outs, mobilcamper shell, cstm Silver $5,995 W.M. #556 out of 800 man- cisely maint. $7,250.
mw d oodedecb.V e ca shel lw incuudes rue ws W9ufactured. 20K miles. OBO334-774-3368 eS
utilities $65a mth, RANGER '07 V188 awnings, 2BR, garden wheels. Needs a little Car Sales LLC, 1919 Retails for $53,225. HONDA -'03 Metro-
$150K. 334-477-6100 Humminbird Elec- WD, CHA. Lots of tibleauto,405 HP 12 CHEY '95 Camaro 5880 www.west 334-671-4124 Fon ie
tronics, w/-railer extra's. $20K. 33- ND changer W/ Bose Z28. k, Auto, 140k manc arsales cam Bright yellow, low Ford 2003 F250 Diesel
$20,000 334-370-3328 347-4626/333-0309. oun sytsemi. 58K mwils warnte. 0s8 furmiles, exc. cond. Jeep Liberty,2004, V6. One Owner. New
n ses Of 08,l me. B La w . 5 miles, $4501. OBO 00, Clas sis & Antiques le$1200. 334-774-7108. P/W, Cruise, CD, Condition. Bedliner,
SCANDY White '08, mryi. Black w/ablaw0cks334-796-3199.








344836 m8th inch aluminum leather. $r 7 25,500. 3n33 4- Gg t L 0 5 C 4ea t Condition, Cover, Sell for Wello
boat , stick steer in . g, 299-3739 Chrysler '95 Sebrig, Camero 72 Dragcar, HONDA -'03 Metro- CARFAX. Below Below NADA Value.
boat, stick steri1 ot unr,Co..f Illr. ?eDR 477 Cl big block, politan Scooter. Retail! Call 632-0144 334-618-4533
360hp mercury 4 - ,.sre, eC aii power needs p ower glide, Bright yellow, low
3/2, 1500 Fa + asc sitroKle Syr . . o, re greaT ,ond., 648-5817 Best offer 850-526- miles, exc. cond.
porch, 2 scar car- motor, motor quide, condition. le290 days, eves. 850- $1200. 334-774-7108.
port, spr. sys, utili- humming bird 585,
ty bldg. off 231 ump, on board KEYSTONE'07 Cop- h lre C nLeraol8 O 2B Jaguar '00 St 0 4Bk. 594- 9931 ____ _0o



















334-671142 346r 1 drive.on Tonv Towa bl Can 334n774h19159 door84 cyinderAT PONTAC 6GO 5 . 7 4auow t Nss '7 t dror- 67 -
$149,900 Neg. battery charger, miles, aulO. woe-nil. 95k $6,495 W.M Car Chevy- 85 Slverado Honda '07 Shadow
334-671-1423 or drive on galvanized per Canyon sth l nt cond. black too. Sales LLC, 1919W.M. Completely restored 48005000.3334-726-
334-791-1423 trail erw/spretire. wheel,2 slidessur- FORD $'500SLE. $15,900 8U209 4416 St. 334-699-5880 Excellent condition 1434 or 677-5489
custom cover,used round sound, 1g. liv- Red. great cor,.4IK wM .westmair,car 350OEngine $10,000 Mercedes'05 ML350, Ford '68 F100 step
v ery little n fresh 00ing area $27500 334 m 6CD r sund Firm (334)389-0554 HONDA' R 1000, tan,SUV.Auto. 6-cyl. side61 REDUCED,




















Wes side Dothan, 334-797-56 RED5 -695 oe 23 & s ft t ops Mautoa ogi, ie sdep U
Brickome, ac+ water ony $12500 6186572 system $11,500 salesom black&slver, 6-spd. AWD. 42,000, Loaded, MUST SELL, runs
2uw31 .t lorB50, 5 FORD 06 F150 K l, S runs well, warranty, A/C, AM/FM, stereo, MSTA $5,500 obo.
mud oom w/shower, , 2 cab 54 V8 loaded, Like new, includes runs well, low miles, 334-6713772.
shop w/garage firex tr2 ----- -- 20k miles, $17,000 riding gear, $10,000 new tires, sunroof, FORD '77, F100, 350,
place, lots of extras . 7772-631 5065 factory Corvette 071 auto, --- OBO 334-796-5596. ther t nwb ,
call for details. $175K 0 850- 20 warranty 3LT, Loaded, chrome U -0 - - learn vnltery S , Ulo a e ,
334-794-6002 wheels, victory red, GM '72 Chevelle Kawasaid '08 Vulcan clean, like new. auto, ps/pb, runs & 500
00 custom,187/850 .2 334-792- 334 -76 5-5404
Wicksburg, 2100SF lo 4900. N 2400GM $22,000.e Kowa
HONDA 408 Fit Sport, in showroom cond. JEEP '89 Wrangler, Super sports front mil es, windshield, 3076.
4/2,4 acres withbrrat $92fT Keystone '07 Cougar Silver, 5 spd. 4-cyl.2 with warranty 300 s R, o hr t a eho s 9 FORD '77 F100 -
pond. $229,000 h 080 CenteCose boa9stC wW Lae 02L$37,775.334-678-2131$20 opcsemailclipRed, h rd sads, rield. 0 76
33449on82acs 6 motor & tAraler9 2 0f 6BHt $22r 50 very clean, LikeLnew. 334at:KRNDAH@aol.com top Needs work. $5900. 334-692-3337 Nissan 06 Pathfinder 6cy., short wheel
1 $14 750. 333-7555. 205-449-1970. Great proj car $4,500. or 796-5421 SE, white, leather, base, runs & looks
LotsAcage Dual Axle Tr. w/ 334-714-7623. Mitsubishi 06 Rader 334 774282. Moo Motor Scooter BOS sound, sunroof, good.$2,500.00.
Sbrakes,wh., runs Duro Cross, Crew '05, 200mi, Blue, 57K les 334- $16,000 334-735-5404















Bank ownCda bll, vr4 2bW ,Loadeda, 32K Model A 1929,c492 dr, $1650 850- 258-16383o- n t .
AkeLod e-2 Great condo. $6,850. $14,500. 334-791-0646 excellent driver, has Cab, runs great.
D2 Acre Lots G eatR cn $4 6 85 0 $14 00 3 matching trailer. Suzuki '06 Boulevard C us g re at
Douglas Rd/Cty Rd 334-696-505 , Pontiac 01 Montana Corvette 81 $15,000 850-42-6632 800cc, 750 m. Like Looks good. $3400
15. Bank & Tax Sea King, older mod- all powerrear A/C, 7 Automatc 350 8 968475 new-, crash bar &
Appraisal $25k. el with trailer & 25 passenger, good windshield $4,500. GMC '04 Canyon X-
Only 2 Lots left. HP Johnson outboard condition. $4500. 334- (Silver) sell as is , M 1334-618-2542. Cab, loaded. Great
$20k each.' motor. $1400 OBO KEYSTONE COUGAR 299-3378 or 618-7101 $6800. OBO K '06 Spectra EX, 4 $60oeI Suzuki '07 King-quad Buyl. $200 down.
334-671-5530 01, 1/2 Ton Towable 334774-1915 doorW 4 clC nder AT PONTIAC - 67 GTO 700 4X4, auto trans$ Nissan '07 Pathfinder 1 rmon2th.
cadamselsteeLcODm CFifth Wheel lotsof $895 W.M. Corvette '99 con,0 , loaded, 42,000 miles, Excellentcondition. CaiRke new, 140 m. Ca- E , . l
0 64 f 2up grades, Salesvery ni ce pwtr r a like new owner $20000 . BLUE mouflage, $5,500 SE, Black, Auto. 43K 714-0028 s















L/ecuk 2 Cevoeege onew.r $20,90 r0 Silews. 1 ,500 2O-. 3U-E00 83mi F-A tory W0rn.
ea e services 1Reese hitch included, nier- .r, auto. 84,. $6,995. 334-790-7959. WHITE. (334)389-0554 OBO 334-585-2398. mi. leather int., 3rd GMC '95 dump truck,

















Lid e mnew. $2010,9005n- . ,1-410 3Crow seat, Like new. V-8 Allison trans.,
r u25 2 Vette 96' Collector 596-1694 $17,500.334-897-0S82. good cond., $3500
066 $50850-50 S t8718- $ 05243. 0e 3' o t S 4 OO 334 554-7 01-5516 or
REDP ndEDMD addition factory hard Datsun '78i28gZ 2-2Q , 34-691-987 A
SKI NAUTIQUE '84 - COMPLETE SETUP loaded, 102K mi. speed, fuel injected
runs great! $8500 5th wheel, '08 Jayco, beautiful car, exc. 180k miles some lde ed sir2rti
Eagle 291 RLTS & '07 cond, $12,900. 334- rust, runs but needs
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athon c Of 703-0522 28 ft. Allegro, well 20,200 miles. Below kept. $10,800 8 . y4026 shape and well main- 5000 miles. Vance Crew Cab, Sho t Bed.
ti0e cAcTVE. 4 maintained , new Book. One Owner. 334-596- 9966 tained.$4000.Buy HinesExhaust Sys- C/ Pir p oRedAb uto,8rtB .
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condltoen. $21,000. 334- 792-8827 miles, excel, cond., miles. Like new. miles, red exc. paint Like nw$9000.334-ean, warranty,
Bank owned, Call 229-309-2871 new tires. $22,300. $13,500. 334-618-8255 & running cond. 618-5833. FORD '86 F-350 1 ton . -
make offer 3-2 in Watldns 7927 ft Coachman '97 334-434-0240 M7 0 M$70003850-445-2915!D84 Fl -3 $ 90 6 M T
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Nef., 850-592-2005 $21,900 080 w/'O0 camera, refrigerator, . �d 2 n20 e334s47C-1723
MW ft* truck $30,000 850- super slide $29,500 slon Van loaded, NISSAN '86, PU, 4cy,
0 76 03nvertable $2500 850. SL500 silver, Hd & Sport Utility Vehicles 122K, Ready to travel Awd, ex. running
0760 7260256 Soft tops. 39,873K mi. $3,000. 334-701-5516 cond. $600. 794-6342
'06 Jayco, 30' Travel Pristine cond. Big Dog '04 Ridge- STERLING '05 Tri-Axle
Trailer, excellent . BM 2328i08K$20500334-684-2006 back, Hard tall Dump Truck $47,500
condition, sleeps 8. $9,950 W.M. Car 04 n 11,00 ml, $13500. 619-1041, 334-687-
$9,800.080.s334-677-Sakes LLC 1919 WM. Mercedes '04 Be 334-7029988 334

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misnp4ower windows, 5200 miles. $9, 500 Ea$12,500. 850-209-
looks4new6$73lseat, & door locks. 334-596-1694 loaded, leather, tow 75,000-m. Excellent, 5659/209-1696
334-687-3171. CD, ext. set of rims. pkg.ExcTCond. 92K $4995334-790-7959.
$3,500. OBO 334-632- HARLEY '99 Soft-Tail more pics/Info at- Toyota 03' Tacoma
0127 / 334-797-9915 Custom, Dimond Ice/ http://www.rehone. Chrysler '95 Voyager, prerunner dbl cab, V-
BMW '06 3251 Sports saramyshelleturner@ Aztec Orange, low com $0,5., V6 auto, seats 8, 6 auto, all options
Pkg. 20" inch r ms, yahoo.com miles, Like new. CallFBb 334 677-3675 power, am/fm cass. 79K mi. exc. cond
sunroof leatherwar- $10,500,_684.1211.newtiresNOW197m08tse59-$34-79-5
Ar Cat '08, 650 '07 ESCALADE RV 37 ranty. 35,500 Mi. Ford '99 Taurus, 4 Mercedes '96 E300 $1975 n O W 850-592- 334-794-3525
Limited Edition, 4WD REB By KZ, 5th W. $24,000. 334-798-5753 door, all power, 110k 160K $5,595 W.M.Car HARLEY Davidson'01 2832
miles. Great shape Sales LLC, 1919 W.M. Road King Police
& wi n c h . 0 m i e s L ik e n e w . N o n .. - F o u r W in d 9B M W S4 5 i1se d a n , 4 $les3- - 06 ,5 0 m a s . W h1te , w od g e 9 4 ' o n e t o n
Like new. $5,200. door,loaded, V8 su- $3200 3346850560 St. 334-699-5880 clean & shop kept ,_workvanta044_334-
334-798-3352 Smoker No Pets 3 Motor- home. 34ft. per clean 47K miles Honda 02 HX 99K wwwwestmaincar 11000 3347743663 7946002 Toyota 044 D er Dbl
ATV Honda Rincon Slides, Deluxe Refrg Excellent condition, warranty. $29,995. 5m-le a45000lescm HARLEY Davidson$03 Cs Pick-up.Au- to. 6-
680 4-wheeler 4wd. 20K, Newtires, DVD 334-701-5550 845es2Y270v$ w. 0% Inteir- up.2D.0
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$7,500. was $10,500. King Bed, Frepla w/Ice maker, Water Honda 103 Accord EX Top condition. 2, security, gps, ol cyl 4 WD. 130000, nancing 1-800-470- Loaded, Power
new 334-793-6305 2 A/C, Washer/ Dry- wea ker, Wateic black leather, sun- 334-693-3980 cooler, many extra's. powerbrakes, Power 0650 9am/9pm brakes, Power steer-
Honda '07 420EX like er, Carefree Awng, heater, hydraulic roof, very nice, Mitsubishi '07 Galant, $10,500. 334-803-5008 steering, CD, A/C, GeC 89' G20 Rally ing, Tilt. Cruise, 1ard
hours. $3200. 334- Entertain- meant, Ta- smicrwe o venut. $ 0Hondaoe03 ShadOW $200motd n, $229R i0 r RadKing0Classic, sunroof,9$4500, 334 tgodtires uneW bat- A/C, AM/FM, Like
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craft,50 HP Mercury Trailer w/1 slide, Pow.brakes & steer- $18,500. 26K miles. $17,000. Great cond. $14,000. 3189
trailer, trolling mo- loaded $16,000772- ing, A/C, AM/FM, 334-726-5491 334-693-0830 334-793-9265 CHEVY '66 custom
tor depth finder, live 631-5065miles Fair cond. Has Honda '99 Accord EX , l n Folrd '98 Explorer, V8, ps/pb, swb, auto, l0 * *
weil. $4500 334-312- DUTCHMAN '06, 25' leak damage . Honda low miles, 74,500 mi. $575 down, 0% Inter- runs &ooks good.
0114________Gn_0_77 est Daylight Auto FI- Needs some work.
0114 coNT R onleeps ndAsking 8505262840. $6500. 334-718-8373 Nissan '08 Versa, Harley Davidson '08 nanclng. 1-800-470- $2,500. 334-735-5404
wiThEYamahanToyota '02 Camry LE Hyanda '04Sonata, Hatchback, Blue Ext Anniversary Fat Boa, 06509am/9pm ci
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$17K 850-h209- Runner 1200 XLT, 155 V6 engine, metallic - "dyapplerd. r. warrant 18-4430 9333 1014 d eas Ol evehng
5659/209-1696HP 58hrs. in fresh blue, 161k miles, moor. er.: $17,000. 334-618-4430 DODGE 98' DAKOTA
Asro'9i1ff4, Jwater w/trailer $5000, good cond., condton.$2500 Harley Davidson '08 'ext. cab., 1st $1900.ts t

Mariner, tro - l7. DaOr t50- 0334-797-2706 Hyundai '04 Accent, 4 MUST SEE! 334-648- Lw Rider, less than takes. 334-792-2664 esyOpCtanadorInt
tor and depth finder. 1337. Day or Night - 3 cylinder, AT, 4 door, r ao Dodge '98 Ram 1500 le items l w and it's
$2700.334-792-3135 codpYamaha '92 Mone CarLT SS 88,000 mi. Excellent! 4'oorc,98 Grn mtypeect lscnd75dw,%uhmr
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engine hours, need BlacksAuto6c.375 Doai g 0uIntoFer- m 2a7n9ylxt.$ 3,00 Interest Daylight Au- usdbUof a
16, 30hp mercury mo- Freedom Spirit 18 f. minor repairs. $750 72K miles, Losade, ey tA 8 0- 6-2 0Dto Financing. 1-800- eve y.
tar, 4 stroke console Great cond. Load 334-792- 3135 Sun- roof, Leather in- dancing 1-800-470- Harley Davidson '95 ep '02 Wrangler X, 470-060 am/9pm
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trim, fishing decks, bar. Lots of extras. 334-299- 3430. NISSAN '06 Altima, needs work, $800. versary $7,500 334- $11,500, P 5 seed
OBOhund BcAt 6 1 $ 3-080 Keith @.334-797- 695-4014 719-930-4976. AcPInter speed, JAL
fisher ID $8750 080 $9,800. 334-792-4071 Honda 05' Accord EX Blue, Sedan. Auto 2259 after 6pm Harley Davidson '96 Land Rover '06 Range Mechanical - SONO
850-352-4274 FLEETWOOD '04 CHECK 4-dr. 33K mi. cyl. 61,000, Loaded, a 6pmHarley Davidson 96 Land Rove r 06 Range Mechanical () 5263614
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ers $9,000.334-714- $20K, 334-6964538 I.SIFIEDS moon roof $13,900. ery clean, Like new. tin. $18,000 OBO. shape, $9,500. ton, 1 owner, gar. 850-569-2215
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