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>]
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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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Testimony begins in murder trial

Defense attorney Walter Smith
took aim at one of the state's key
witnesses on the first day of testi-
mony in the quadruple murder
trial of Wesley Jonathan
The last man on the stand
Wednesday was Donald Allen, a
self-proclaimed close friend of
Williams. He told investigators in
2006 that Williams confessed to
him that he'd killed Danielle
Baker and her three young sons.
Baker, Williams' ex-girlfriend,
was shot to death and her three
sons were suffocated. Williams
fathered the two oldest boys.
Allen's 2006 statement was
dramatically different than what
he'd told investigators in 2005.
In those previous statements,
Allen claimed to have no knowvl-
edge of any rift between Baker
and Williams. But in the 2006
statement, Allen was interviewed
while incarcerated' in a nearby
county jail. In that interview,
Allen told investigators Williams
confessed to the crime and once
showed him paperwork that had
made Williams angry with Baker.
Allen said the paperwork was
related to his tax or child support
When Allen referred in court to
those investigators by their first
names, Smith latched on to that,
referring to the team as Allen's
"good buddies." Smith made
much of the fact that Allen is not
currently behind bars, even

Man tries

to flee

traffic stop
.Marianna police say they
arrested a driver Tuesday after he
not only failed to yield for a traf-
fic stop, but led officers on a
chase through city streets.
Larry Ragan Sconiers, 44, of
2934 Sylvia Drive, was taken to
the county jail on charges of flee-
ing and attempting to elude
police, and reckless driving.
According to a news release
from' the Marianna Police
Department, an officer attempted
to stop a white pickup truck with
faulty tail lights Tuesday.
The driver refused to stop and
led officers on a pursuit, at one
point almost striking a vehicle
head on, police said. The driver
blew through several stop signs
and made a few hard turns in an
attempt to flee, according to
The vehicle finally came to a
stop in an open lot where
Sconiers was taken into custody.

Expired tag

leads to


A' Chattahoochee resident
found himself facing multiple
charges after Marianna police
pulled him over Tuesday for an
expired tag.
According to a news release
from the Marianna Police
Department, an officer pulled
over a black SUV driven by Jason
Carl Hall, 23, because the tag on
the vehicle had expired.
After running Hall's name, the
officer also learned his license
had been suspended, and the
vehicle's registration had been
According to the news release,
the officer obtained Hall's per-
mission to search the vehicle,
which led to the discovery of pre-
scription medication. Police did
See TAG, Page 7A >

though it appears he has alleged-
ly committed a violation of pro-
bation in a criminal case of his
Smith also pointed to other
inconsistencies in Allen's state-
ments, including the time frame
of Williams' alleged confession
to him.
Allen told investigators in 2006
that Williams had once fired a .38
handgun in his presence while he
was visiting Williams at his
apartment in Sneads. Thinking a
bullet might be found in the yard
outside Williams residence,
investigators did indeed search
the grounds, and they found one.
Allen said in one instance,
Williams had made his confes-
sion on the same day that bullet
was fired in Sneads.
In another instance, Allen said
the bullet was fired in Sneads
before the killings occurred.
Smith wanted to know how
those statements and others Allen
made could be reconciled, and
continued to chip away at Allen's
Allen was the last in a string of
the defendant's acquaintances
who took the stand Wednesday,
but the day of testimony started
with a state Department of
Revenue employee who talked
about Baker's attempt to get child
support from Williams.
That effort, led by the state,
began in June 2003 for their older.
son, Ahmaad, and in May 2004
for their younger child, Amarion.
It was determined Williams
would be obligated to pay about

Wesley Jonathan Williams, left, talks with defense counsel Walter Smith during opening.arguments
Wednesday. Williams is on trial for the alleged murder, of his former girlfriend and three of her chil-
dren, -Mark Skinner/Floridan

$676 a month for the two chil-
dren, according to Iris Barkley, a
Florida Department of Revenue
Child Support Enforcement divi-
sion employee who supervises
the Marianna office.

The state was also seeking
reimbursement of about $2, 457
from Williams, public assistance
Baker had received.
Mothers who receive public
assistance are obligated to name

the father in order to continue
receiving assistance.
Barkley testified Baker was not
only co-operative, but aggres-
See TRIAL, Page 7A >

Hills residents ask for county's help

Some property owners at Compass Lake in
the Hills have petitioned the Jackson County
Commission for changes in the ordinance
which governs the Municipal Services la .,,ig
Unit, or MSTU, in their subdivision.
Commissioners on Tuesday agreed to
revisit the document, but said they may not be
able to do anything about what's really both-
ering the petitioners.
The group wants the commission to help
them do away with the one-lot, one-vote
structure of the Property Owners Association
in the Hills.
County attorney Frank Baker advised the
commission Tuesday that the county really
has no right to interfere with the inner work-
ings of what is essentially a private entity.
The relationship between the POA, the
county and the MSTU is sometimes murky in
the minds of those who live in the communi-
The commission's interests in the matter,
Baker said, are restricted and the county has a
limited role. It has a contractual arrangement
with the POA, in which the POA board of
directors manages the budget generated by
the MSTU.
The POA also presents the county with a
budget proposal at the beginning of each fis-
cal year. Although the commission is not
obligated to adopt it, the MSTU ordinance
states that the county will at least hear it.
For many years,' the county adopted the
POA's proposed budget without much chal-
However, growing unrest in the community
about how the money is spent led commis-
sioners to take a more active role in recent
years. This year, the county also considered
and eventually adopted an alternative budget,
one presented by those opposing the POA
directors' proposed budget.
" The petitioners, represented Tuesday by
Ron Wilson, want the county to strike the
language calling for commission to hear

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Residents of Compass Lake in the Hills voice their concerns during a recent meeting the
Compass Lake Lodge. Some residents are asking the county commission to intervene in
their dispute with management. -Mark Skinner/Floridan

POA-submitted budgets.
But their issues go farther than that.
The petitioners say the POA's one-lot, one-
vote rule is making the lives of single-lot
owners unbearable.
According to them, absentee owners n ith
multiple lots have motives against the inter-
ests of the community as a whole, and are

.. * . ,

able to control things by voting in blocks on a
multitude of issues.
Baker pointed out that all those who bought
property in the subdivision bough with full
knowledge of the POA's voting structure.
More importantly for the county, though, he
said the government does not have a role in
how the entity governs itself.


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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
* 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
* The Breast Cancer Support Group
meets at 5 p.m. in the ground floor educa-
tion 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-
* Alcoholics Anonymous meets
Thursday for a "closed discussion," 8 to 9
p.m., at the First United Methodist Church,
2901 Caledonia St., Marianna. Meet in the
AA room. Attendance is limited to persons
with a desire to stop drinking.

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 Saturdays,
6:30-a.m. until all fresh produce is sold out,
in the courthouse parking lot in Marianna.
The market is a state certified farmers'
market accepting FMNP/WIC and Elder
affairs coupons.
* 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
* 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 blue-
grass music festival at Citizens' Lodge
Sept. 25-27. Parade forms available at, 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 commemorative
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
* 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-
tery 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 present
"Are You Ready for Flu 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

September 29 - Tuesday
* Christine Gilbert teaches free quilting,
crocheting or knitting classes Tuesdays at
1 p.m.,, at the Jackson County Senior
Citizens center, 2931 Optimist Drive,
Marianna. Call 482-5028.
* Jacksoh County Superintendent of
Schools Lee Miller hosts a town hall meet-
ing, 5 to 6 p.m. in Malone Town Hall. Meet
district staff, ask questions, get informa-
tion. Call 482-1200.
* The Jackson County Quilters' Guild
offers free quilting lessons Tuesday
evenings, 6-8 p.m. at the First United
Methodist Church Youth Center. Supplies
list at, or
call 482-5070.
* The Town of Grand Ridge will have a
public work session and special council
meeting at 6 p.m., to review and discuss
proposed Ordinance No.2009-06 Budget
for Fiscal Year 2009-2010 (a copy can be
reviewed at Town Hall). Call 592-4621.
* Alcoholics Anonymous has an open
meeting Tuesdays, 8 to 9 p.m., at the First
United Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia
St', Marianna. Meet in the AA room.

September 30 - Wednesday
* The Jackson County Habitat for
Humanity Warehouse will be open two
extra days for .its special sale - pick-up
truck or car load for $50 - Sept. 30-Oct.
3. Hours are Wednesday-Friday, 9 a.m. to 4
p.m.; and Saturday, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Call
* The regularly scheduled meeting of the
Jackson Hospital Board of Trustees is at
5:30 p.m. in the Hudnall Building
Community Room.
* Alcoholics Anonymous has an open
meeting Wednesdays, noon to 1 p.m., at
the First U-nited Methodist Church, 2901'
Caledonia St., Marianna. Meet in the AA


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
Department listed the fol-
lowing incidents for Sept.
22, the latest available
report: One traffic acci-
dent, one reckless driver,
one burglary of a resi-
dence, one burglary of a
vehicle, one larceny com-
plaint, one obscene/threat-
ening phone call, two ani-
mal complaints, one retail
theft, two assists of other
agencies, one public serv-
ice call and 14 traffic

The Jackson County
Sheriff's Office listed the
following incidents for

Sept. 22, the latest avail-
able report: One aban-
doned vehicle, one alarm,
two assists of other agen-
cies, one battery, one
criminal registration, one
dead person
f ."-L c a u s e s).
r 'M one distur-
fIRIME bance, one
_ dom estic
violence complaint, one
flim-flam incident, three
escorts, one harassment
complaint, two road
obstructions, one larceny
complaint, one missing
person found, one pedes-
trian complaint, one pub-
lic service call. two retail
thefts, one sex offense.
one suicide threat, three

suspicious incidents, one
traffic accident, 21 traffic
stops, two trespassing
complaints, one unautho-
rized use of a vehicle and
one warrant arrest.

The following people
were booked into the
county jail during the lat-
est reporting periods:
- Larry Sconiers, 44,
2934 Sylvia Drive,
Marianna, fleeing and
attempting to elude, reck-
less driving.
- Michael Sorcy, 36.
2495 New Bethel Road,
Campbellton. violation of
community control, non-

payment of child support.
- Russell Heatrice, 38,
4079 English St,
Marianna, resisting offi-
cer without violence, two
counts of felony retail
- Angel Rivera, 40,
433 Somewhere Lane,
Alford, possession of
methamphetamine, pos-
session of drug parapher-
- Michael Chesson, 23,
1790 Dogwood Place,
Alford, two counts of
battery (domestic vio-
- Alfredo Rey, 25,
19626 S.W. 127th Ave.,
Miami. hold for Collier
- Yolanda Boston, 20,

292.8 Hannah St., Apt. A,
Marianna, retail theft.
- Shakala Boston, 22,
2928 Hannah St., Apt. A,
Marianna, retail theft.
- Joseph Hall, 23, 414
West St., Chattahoochee,
driving while license sus-
pended/revoked (habitual
offender). no motor vehi-
cle registration, posses-
sion of prescription pill
without prescription.


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

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Community Calendar




Jackson County Floridan * Thursday, September 24, 2009 - 3A

Gardening Friends

workshop is Oct. 3


Many people rightly
think of agave, yucca and
succulents as tough plants
associated with environ-
ments like deserts and
dunes. What they may not
realize is that these plants
and others like them adapt
well to home and commer-
cial landscapes, where they
thrive in harsh conditions
associated with urban liv-
This adaptability trans-
lates into low maintenance,
since they need little or no
irrigation, fertilization,
pruning or spraying.
Beyond their toughness,
agaves and the like capture
the imagination because of
their dramatic architectural
forms, unusual shapes,
variety of colors and Pat-
terning. Due to the growing
interest in agave, yucca,
dycj Gardening Friends. of the
Big Bend will sponsor an
Oct. 3 workshop at the
North Florida Research and
Education Center in
Speaking at the Saturday
workshop will be Doug
Hopkins, a landscape
designer and succulent
grower from .Gainesville,
who will speak on
"Succulents for North
Florida from around the
Dr. Ed Duke, FAMU
Horticulture, will speak
about "Creating a
Succulent Garden" - a
task Duke has personally
And Dr. Gary Knox of

NFREC will share- infor-
mation on "Agaves and
'Friends' at NFREC."
The workshop will be
held at the Fountain H.
May Sr. Building,
University of Florida/IFAS
NFREC, 155 Research
Road, Quincy. Take
Interstate 10 exit 181
(Quincy, SR267), go north
a quarter of a mile and turn
left, following the drive to
the main building.
Registration begins at
8:30 a.m. EDT Saturday.
The program begins at 9
a.m. EDT and ends by 12
p.m. EDT. Refreshments
will be provided, and
FNGLA CEUs are avail-
able upon request.
There will be a GFBB-
sponsored plant sale after
the workshop, with many'
agaves and related plants
for sale. Cold-hardiness
information will be provid-
Pre-registered tickets are
$5 for GFBB members and
$10 for non-members. If
you do not pre-register,
tickets purchased at the
.door are $10 for .GFBB
members and $15 for non-
'members. Please pre-regis-
ter prior to Thursday, Oct.
1, by going to GFBB's
automated Web page: You
may also pre-register by e-
mailing Jill Williams at:
All registration fees
should be mailed to GFBB,
c/o NFREC, 155 Research
Road, Quincy, FL 32351.
For more information, call
James Crowell at 850-894-

BCF welcomed more than 200 prospective students and their families to Preview Day in the spring. Fall Preview
Day is set for Friday, Nov. 13. -Contributed photos

BCF Fall Preview Day coming


The Baptist College of Florida in
Graceville hosts its Fall Preview Day
on Friday, Nov. 13. During Preview
Day, prospective students and their
families are invited to experience
firsthand the BCF campus and see
the impact that the college has on the
lives of its students.
Beginning with registration in the
R.G. Lee Chapel at 9 a.m., guests are
invited to spend time on campus-
exploring the different degree pro-

grams, meeting the faculty, gather-
ing information on financial aid,
learning about the computer and
library capabilities, and enjoy a time
of fellowship with current BCF stu-
Following a welcome from BCF
President Thomas A. Kinchen, visi-
tors will be treated to a student-led
praise and worship service, campus
tour, classroom visit, and participate
in an interactive entertainment seg-
ment by the .Baptist Collegiate

Prospective students who' attend
Preview Day will automatically be
entered into a drawing for one of the
two $500 scholarships, and students
who turn ina completed application
form will have the normal $25 appli-
cation fee waived.
Preview Day is the ideal time for
future students to experience the col-
lege in person. To register for
Preview, Day, contact' the BCF
Admissions Office at 800-328-2660,
ext. 460, or register online at

County fair arts and crafts rules announced

Rules for the upcoming Jackson
County Fair Arts & Crafts Show are
as follows:
1. Open to all residents of Jackson
County. .
2. Entries must be received on
Sunday, Oct. 4, before the fair
opens, from 2-4. p.m. and must
remain in place until the following
Sunday, Oct. 11, at 2 p.m. Entries
and premiums may be checked out
from 2-4 p.m. Any entries removed
before the checkout time will forfeit
3. All entries must be the original
work of the exhibitor and must have
been created during the current year.
4. All entries must be labeled (out
of view) with name, address, tele-
phone number, and media.
5. The Jackson County Fair
Association reserves the right to,
reject any entry not deemed suitable
for presentation to the public.
6. The Jackson County Fair
Association is not responsible for
any damage or loss of exhibits.

7. Premiums will be awarded for
blue and red ribbons only as recorded
in the judge's book. Participation rib-
bons will be awarded, without premi-
um money, to those exhibits not
judged blue or red. Sweepstakes rib-
bons and premiums will be awarded
in each class with eight or more
a. Blue Ribbon - $5.
b. Red Ribbon - $4.
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1. Crafts (woodworking, metal
craft, sculpture, ceramics, mosaics,
niacramd, stenciling, etching, Florida
materials, etc.)
a. Children 8-12 years old
b. Youth 13-18 years old
c. Adults 19 and over
2. Art (oils, acrylics, watercol-
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and equipped for hanging.'

a. Children 8-12 years old
b. Youth 13-18 years old
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a. Children 8-12 years old
b. Youth 13-18 years old
c. Adults 19 and over
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c. Adults 19 and over
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antique motorcycles, scoot-

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first, second and third places
in each class,'best in show,
club with the most-participa-
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and oldest vehicle regis-
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drawing for $500 will be
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sively active in the effort to
go forward with the child
support claim.
It was revealed
Wednesday Baker had ini-
tially named another man
as Amarion's father, an
individual proven later to
be deceased at the time the
child was conceived.
A paternity test eventu-
ally proved Williams was
the father of that child. His
paternity of the older child
was never in question.
The child support paper-
work was still in process
but nearing completion
when Baker and the chil-
dren were killed.
A former Jackson
County sheriff's deputy
testified he had tried to
serve Williams with a
child support lawsuit in
December 2004. But when
he went to Williams' last
known address, Williams'
girlfriend answered the
door and said he'd moved
to Tallahassee.
Williams' alleged
unwillingness to pay child
support is one of the central
motives presented in the
state's case.
, Friends and acquaintanc-
es of Baker and Williams
made up the remainder of
the witness list Wednesday.
Most of them were asked
about events occurring in
the days and hours leading
up to the deaths of Baker
and her sons.
Most acknowledged a
dust-up between Baker and
Williams shortly before her
death, regarding phone
calls Baker may have made
that essentially revealed
Williams' alleged multiple
ongoing love affairs to the
women involved.
However, most of these
witnesses said Williams'
anger was short-lived, and
was more of a venting than
anything revealing sinister
The state claims Baker's
phone calls provided
another motive that led
Williams ' and ' unknown
accomplices to kill Baker
and the children.
The defense maintains
that Williams had nothing
to do with the murders, and
that ,two or three unknown
individuals were responsi-
In opening statements
Wednesday morning, pros-
ecutor Larry Basford told
jurors the state intends to
prove that Williams "and


Prosecutor Larry Basford, right, shows and exhibit to defense attorney Walter Smith
Wednesday. -Mark Skinner/Floridan

other unknown" individu-
als killed Danielle Baker
and her three sons, because
Williams was angry with
her for three reasons.
Basford asserts B.aker
was aggressively seeking
child support that Williams
didn't want to pay, and that
the defendant also felt she
was "messing in his
(Williams) business" as it
related to other women in.
his life. Williams also
blamed her for a $5,000 tax
bill he owed the IRS,
Basford said.
According to Basford, in
2003 Williams ' claimed
Baker's daughter as a
dependent and received a
refund based on the infor-
mation, although he was
not the girl's father.
Williams subsequently
received a bill from the
In his opening argument,
defense attorney Smith
attacked those alleged
motives. Smith pointed out
that no child support order
had been entered when
Baker was killed.
Williams never denied
being the father of the old-
est boy killed, Ahmaad,
who was almost four when
he died. A paternity test
was conducted to deter-
mine the paternity of
Amarion, the one-year-old
boy who was killed.
The third child killed,

three-week-old Aaron, was
fathered by someone other
than Williams.
While the defense and
prosecution did not dis-
agree on those facts, Smith
asserts Williams never
believed he was the father
'of the third child. Basford,
on the other hand, indicat-
ed- in his opening state-
ment that Williams
thought he might., be the
father of all three and
therefore believed he
would face child support
payments for all if they
had lived.
The lawyers also dis-
agreed on the significance
and meaning of lab test
results relating to DNA c61-
lected at the scene.
DNA was found in the
tips of gloves attached to
the duct tape used to bind
the children, who were*
found piled in the bathtub
of their dwelling at
Cottondale Village
Apartments in Marianna.
They suffocated as the
result of being bound with
the tape.
Williams , has been
excluded as a contributor of
that DNA, Smith stressed.
He pointed out that his lab
had been able to identify
DNA markers contributed
by two other unknown indi-
viduals. .
. Basford focused on a sin-
gle hair found at the, crime

scene, which was consis-
tent with Williams' hair
Smith attacked that, say-'
ing it was no proof that
Williams participated in.the
crime. First, he asserted,
Williams had been to the
home- many ,times and it
was logical for his hair. to
be found there - if in fact
it was his. Secondly, Smith
said, the hair markers are
consistent with "13 of
1,000" African Americans'
Alleged cell phone calls
between Baker and
Williams shortly before the
murder are also a point of
contention between the
defense and prosecution.
Smith focused attention
Wednesday on the fallibili-
ty of cell phone records.
Basford said he planned to
call an expert in communi-
cations to show how accu-
rately the locations of, cell
phone calls can be traced to
the towers they "ping off'
when calls are made.
Basford contends calls
were made from Williams'
cell phone involving a
tower near Baker's home in
Smith contends Williams
was at home in Sneads
when the calls were regis-
tered and that he had hoth-
ing to do with the murders.
Testimony was set to
resume at 9 a.m. today.


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"Bob" Ross
Sullivan Ross

Robert "Bob" Ross and
Janice Sullivan, Ross, who
were both serving as mis-
sionaries in Guatemala,
died in an automobile acci-
dent on Sept. 2, 2009.
The memorial service for
Bob and Janice will be Sat-
urday, Sept. 26, 2 p.m. at
the Marvin Chapel Free
Will Baptist Church, under
the direction of James &
Sikes Funeral Maddox
Chapel of Marianna.
Bob Ross attended
pT Pinecrest High School in
Continued From Page 1A Southern Pines, N.C. Fol-
lowing that, he served
not state the drug found in vehicle registration, and three years in the Navy. He
Hall's car. possession of prescription later moved to Tallahassee,
Hall was charged with drugs without a prescrip- where he met Janice Sulli-
driving with a suspended or tion. He was taken to the van, and they were married
revoked license (habitual county jail to await first on April 18, 1987.
offender), invalid motor appearance. He is survived by his pa-

rents, Harold and Jean
Ross of LaGrange, Ga.; and
a brother, Billy and his wife
Sandra, also of LaGrange;
three children, Adam Ross
and Mary Ross, both of
Aberdeen N.C., and Jona-
than Ross and wife
Danielle, of Jacksonville.
' He is also survived by four
Janice Ross was born in
Marianna July 22, 1948, to
Frances Day Sullivan and
the late James M. Sullivan.
After graduating from high
school, she went on to
Florida State University,
where she earned her mas-
ter's in library science. She
retired as librarian of the
FSU Law Library in 2005.
She is survived by her
mother, Frances Sullivan
Walters; a foster brother,
Jerry McIntyre of Quincy;
and numerous cousins and
other relatives in the area.
She is also survived by
three stepchildren of the
heart, Adam Ross, Jona-
than Ross and Mary Ross,
as well as four grandchil-
Together they. began
their mission in 2005 and
were serving in Panajachel,
In lieu of flowers, contri-
butions may be made to
the Marvin Chapel Free
Will Baptist Church build-
ing fund or to your favorite

James & Sikes Funeral
Home Maddox Chapel
4278 Lafayette St.
Marianna, FL 32446

Kenny Linton

Kenny Linton, 56, of Ma-
rianna died Wednesday,
Sept. 23, 2009, at his home.
Funeral . arrangements
will be announced by
James and Sikes Funeral
Home Maddox Chapel.

Marianna Chapel
Funeral Home
3960 Lafayette St.
Marianna, FL 32446


Jerry Lamar Morris, 51, of
Youngstown passed away
on Tuesday, Sept. 22, 2009.
Arrangements are incom-
plete and will be an-
nounced by Marianna
Chapel Funeral Home.

Peavy Funeral Home
20367 N.W. Evans Ave.
Blountstown, FL 32424


Nellie McCroan, 75, of
Blountstown passed away
Wednesday, Sept. 23, 2009,
in Blountstown. She was
born Dec. 7, 1933, in Altha,
and had lived in Calhoun
County all of'her life. She
was a member of the Ad-
vent Christian Church in
Survivors include two sis-
ters, Esther Smith of
Hosford, and Mildred Ditty
of Bascom; four nieces; and
two nephews.
The funeral service will
be Saturday, Sept. 26, 11
a.m. at the Peavy Funeral
Home' Chapel. Interment
will follow at Mt. Olive
Cemetery in Altha.
The family will receive
friends from 10 a.m. until
service time at 11 a.m. Sat-
urday, at the funeral home.
All arrangements are un-
der the direction of Marlon
Peavy at Peavy Funeral
Home in Blountstown.



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Webb's 3 TD runs lift Cottondale

to 28-6 victory over arch rivals

Cottondale's Prentiss Webb
scored three long touchdowns to
lead the Hornets to a 28-6 win over
Graceville Tuesday night in
The victory was the first of the
year for the Hornets, who were off -
last week after Rocky Bayou can-
The extra week of preparation
seemed to pay off for the Hornets, ,
who dominated their arch rivals
from the opening kickoff.
Webb scored the first of his
three rushing touchdowns - all
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first quarter to put the Hornets on
A two-point conversion on a
pass from Jay Kernoshak to
Jeremy Deese made it 8-0.
Webb's second scored made it
14-0, and the Hornets' star back
added another long TD run right
before the half to put Cottondale
up 20-0.
The Hornets, got the ball to start
the third quarter and marched in
for another score.
This time, it was Deese who did
the honors, with Webb converting
the two-point play with a pass to
Dakota Chambliss for a 28-0 lead.
Graceville added a touchdown
late to get on the board, but the
night belonged to the Hornets.
Cottondale coach Chris Obert
said he was happy to see his team,
which lost at home-to Port St. Joe
in the season-opener, get its first
win against the Tigers.
"It's a big win for the guys.
Cottondale-Graceville is a big
rivalry no matter what level it is,"
Obert said. "They've got a good

"It's a big win for the
guys. Cottondale-
Graceville is a big
rivalry no matter what
level it is."
-Chris Obert,
Cottondale coach
team, and (Graceville c6ach Travis
Miller) does a real good job with
them. *
"We knew it wouldn't be easy.
There was a feeling-out process
early in the game, but I just think
that (Webb) was a big difference in
the game. Of course, the line did a
real good job blocking on those
plays, but he's tough to handle in
the open field. He's able to turn a
good run into a great run."
Obert also credited his team's
winning the turnover battle as a
major key to victory.
"Graceville played, hard, but
luckily we didn't make any mis-
takes," the coach said. "We had no
turnovers, and they had a couple..
That was a big difference in the
game as well."
Next up for the Hornets is a
powerful Marianna Middle School
Bullpups team that is 3-0 on the
Marianna will host the Sept. 29
rematch of last season's 10-0
Bullpups win in Cottondale.
Obert said he knows his team
will be facing its stiffest test of the
season in the Bullpups.
"(MMS coach Hunter Nolen)
does a great job. They've got a
See HORNETS, Page 2B >

Cottondale quarterback Jay Kernoshak drops back to throw'a pass during the Hornets' 28-6 vic-
tory over the Graceville Tigers Tuesday night in Graceville. The Hornets next go on the road to play
MMS Sept. 29. - Mark Skinner/Floridan

Bullpups blast Havana,

get ready for Hornets

Marianna's Shaundre McAroy (1
during a 50-0, Bullpups victory
Mark Skinner/Floridan
The Marianna Middle School
Bullpups got huge rushing games
from Jock Wooden and Shaundre
McAroy to coast by Havana 50-0
Tuesday at home.
Wooden rushed for 212 yards
and four touchdowns on seven
carries. McAroy had 176 yards
on the ground and two touch-
downs in six carries.
The Bullpups led 44-0 at half-
time and rested most of their reg-
ulars in the second half.
"I thought we just looked real-
ly crisp," MMS coach Hunter
Nolen said of his team. "I thought
we came ready to play. Jock
Wooden scored a touchdown on
our first play, and that kind of set
the tone for the rest of the night."
The Bullpups rushed for more
than 600 yards as a team, and
also got a'35-yard passing touch-
down from Jonathan Sikes to
Kyle Tanner.
Backup quarterback Jessie
Douglas produced the last MMS
score on a 42-yard rushing touch-
McAroy gave the Bullpups
their second touchdowns of the
game, to put MMS up 16-0 less
than three minutes into the game.
MMS next plays host to the
Cottordale Hornets Sept. 29 at 6
The Bullpups traveled to
Cottondal, last season and beat

) runs past a Havana defender
Tuesday night in Marianna. -

the Hornets 10-0.
Cottondale is the only county
team the Bullpups play this sea-
"I want to give Cottondale a
bunch of props," Nolen said. "I
appreciate (Hornets coach Chris
Obert) and his staff for helping us
"I know they're coming off a
big win over Graceville, so
we're looking for a good game. I
hope we have a big gate and
some community support."
Nolen credited the Hornets for
playing the Bullpups closer than
expected in last season's game.
But the MMS coach said he
hopes to see a more focused
effort from his team this time.
"They did a great job last
year," Nolen said of the Hornets.
"I wouldn't say that we over-
looked them last year, but they
just came out to play and it
looked like they wanted it a little
more than we did, and that
showed on the field.
"We've got to be prepared for
them. They've got a good staff
and a good group of kids. It
should be a fun game."
The Hornets and Bullpups will
also have a fifth quarter after the
game concludes.
The quarter will feature a 15-
minute running clock to give the
Bullpups and Hornets a chance to
play some of their younger play-

Grand Ridge falls hard to Roulhac

The Grand Ridge Indians suf-
fered their first loss of the sea-
son Tuesday night in ,Chipley,
falling to Roulhac 46-6.
Roulhac jumped on the
Indians early, taking a 24-6 half-
time lead and never looked
The Indians were without
starting offensive guards Andy
Faria and AJ Johnson, who were
out sick.
The only Grand Ridge touch-
downs came late in the first
quarter on a run by Wayne
Driggers who subsequently was
injured and didn't return to the
It was a tough loss for the
Indians, who watched Roulhac
build early momentum that
snowballed into a blowout vic-
"What I really wanted was to
get it over with once I saw how
the momentum was,,' Grand
Ridge coach Ken Granger said.
"They scored on their first
play of the game and never

Grand Ridge's Kurt Willis tries to run through a tackle in a game
earlier this season. - Floridan File Photo
looked back. It seemed like our Indians had difficulty moving
guys could never regain their the football all night.
composure." Driggers led the team with 48
Rudy Campbell filled in for
Driggers at quarterback, but the See GRAND RIDGE, Page 2B 1

The Cottondale Lady Hornets picked up a pair
of wins over the young Graceville Lady Tigers on
their home court Tuesday night.
The Cottondale junior varsity bounced back
from a 25-20 loss in game one to take the next two
games 26-24 in overtime and 15-4 to secure the
match win. Haley Boggs recorded 13 service
points, 31 assists and six digs, while Maggie
Braxton had 11 service points, four digs and three
kills. Amberlyn Archer had five digs.
In varsity action, it was Cottondale in three sets
with game one a 25-15 win.
Game two was 25-11, while game three went to
Cottondale 25-15.
Tessa Jurgonski recorded 12 service points, five
aces and 30 assists with Kiki Paul picking up
seven service points, three aces, six kills and four
digs. Chelsea Caudill had 11 service points, four
aces and two digs. followed by Marissa Odom
with 10 service points, five aces and two digs.
Mary Auger picked up six service points, two
kills and five digs with Syrinna Pope recording
three digs.
Following the game, Cottondale coach Cassie
Whiddon said she was very proud of her team,
especially her junior varsity.
"We played with six players," she said. "The
girls started out slow but came back to win and
that shows a lot of heart. I am extremely proud of
the JV."
CHS '.I11 not have much time to enjoy the win
as it gets ready for district and county rival
Sneads, which comes to town on Thursday.

Cottondale's Mary Auger (13) sets a ball while
Syrinna Pope (20) looks on during a match
against Graceville Tuesday night in Cottondale.
The Lady Hornets won the match in three sets. -
Mark Skinner/Floridan


Cottondale girls take two from Graceville


Io I- 1II

2B - Thursday, September 24, 2009 * Jackson County Floridan


BCF Lady Eagles make debut

Cheerleader Clinic
The Sneads High
School cheerleaders'
annual kiddie cheer clin-
ic will be held Saturday
at the SHS gym.
This clinic 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.

Sneads Baseball Bow
The first Sneads High
School baseball Bow
Shoot will be Oct. 10 at
Adam Tucker Wilson
Park. Sign-in is from 8
a.m. to 8:30 a.m.
Pre-Registration Entry
Fee is $30 which
includes a t-shirt. Walk-
up registration is $40.
There will be first-,
second- and third-place
prizes awarded. Contact
Greg Beauchamp at 693-
1417 or Karen Hall at
573-9410 for more infor-

Sports Items
Send all sports items to
editorial@jcfloridan. co
m or fax them to 482-
4478. The mailing
address for the paper is
Jackson County Floridan
P.O. Box 520 Marianna,
Fla. 32447.

The Baptist College of
Florida (BCF) women's
volleyball Team, the Lady
Eagles, premiered in their
first game against two
National Christian College
Athletic Association
(NCCAA) teams: Trinity
Christian College and
Florida Christian College
on Sept. 17.
This marked the very
first volleyball game ever
played competitively as
part. of BCF's new
Intercollegiate Athletic
. Attendance at the game
was, overwhelming, with
hundreds of students, fac-
ulty, and parents who trav-
eled great distances to see
,the much anticipated inau-
gural volleyball game in
Due to the large number
of excited fans, there was
standing room only ip the
BCF Assembly Center.
BCF President Thomas
A. Kinchen enthusiastical-
ly made his way through
the crowd, greeting specta-
tors, and passing out decals
bearing the new BCF Eagle
Kinchen opened the
evening activities with a

heartfelt prayer of thanks-
giving and protection for
the all of the players, fol-
lowed by The National
Anthem sung by BCF stu-
dent Stephen Ferrand.
"These teams are honor-
ing the institution they rep-
resent," stated Kinchen,
"but more importantly,,
they are representing our
At the start of the game,
the recently-selected Lady
Eagles jogged around the
court to the cheers of the
home crowd, as they took
their places to play their
first match.
With every Eagle score
made, the home crowd
cheered with excitement,
exhibiting its unwavering
support of the newly
formed team.
There was no shortage of
team spirit even when the
scoreboard saw the BCF
Eagles trailing behind the
more experienced team
from Trinity.
The second game was
against Florida Christian
College which started with
a fired up Eagle team.
The first match was
incredibly close, as the
Eagles put all of their effort
and energy into a riveting
match just barely losing

BCF Eagle Peyton Kirk goes toe to toe with opponents during the first intercollegiate
volleyball game at The Baptist College of Florida. - Contributed Photo

with a final score of 25-21.
And even though Florida
Christian pulled .out the
win," the highlight of the
evening was the great atti-
tude and team spirit exhib-

ited by the underdog
The Lady Eagles coach
Rachel Goodman said she
was very confident in the
new team.

"I'm very pumped. The
girls have worked extreme-
ly hard and have improved
100 percent. We're starting
fresh and can't .wait to
work our way to the top."

Bulldogs lf telsgolf team falls short inseason-opener
By SHELIA MADER Dunes Golf Course to take on' game shooting a 43, followed by with a score of 255.
FLORIDAN CORRESPONDENT teams from Rutherford and Port Harrison Fuqua with a 50. Port St. Joe had the top score

After many rain cancellations,
the Marianna High School
Bulldogs golf team finally took to
*the greens Tuesday but came up
The Bulldogs traveled to Bay

St. Joe.
The Bulldogs started out with,
two of the returning players out
due to illness. Alton Stone and
Tyler Harris were unable to make
the trip.
Cameron Oliver returned to his

Vance Coley shot a 52, while
� freshman Jake Mitchell debuting
in his first High school match was
on the board with a 53.
Newcomer Kaidd Golden shot a
The Bulldogs took third place

and took the match with a 233, fol-
lowed by Rutherford with a 253.
Marianna will hope to get on the
winning side quickly with the next
match scheduled for today at the
Dogwood Country Club in

Grand Ridge girls take

close win over Marianna


The Grand Ridge Middle
School Lady Indians contin-
ued their winning -ways last
night-with a "A" team victo-
ry over visiting Marianna
The Lady Indians held on
in a tight game to defeat the
Lady Bullpups 16-14.
The game was close from
the opening tip with neither
team managing to pull away.
Defense set the tone early
with the first quarter, ending
at 4-2 in favor of Grand
Ridge. At the half, it
remained a. two-point game'
with Marianna trailing 6-4.
Following the break, the
defense for both teams took
over with only four points'

allowed in the quarter.
With one quarter to go, it
was Grand Ridge 8-6 over
Marianna. The baskets start-
ed falling in the final quarter
with both teams posting
eight points to give Grand
Ridge the edge.
Leading the Lady Indians
in scoring was Logan Neel
with eight points, followed .
by Chasity McGriff with
four points.
Yakeisha Owens and
Brooke Williams were both
on the board With two
Shaniah Spellman led the
Lady Bullpups with seven
points, followed bty Rebecca Grand Ridge Middle School's Emily Glover
Mullins with three.
On the board with two looks for someone to pass to during
points each were Danielle Monday's game against Marianna in Grand
Holden and Taylor Merritt. Ridge. - Mark Skinner/Floridan

SHS keeps winning


The Sneads Lady Pirates
volleyball team continues to
rack up wins with the latest
victim being district rival-
South Walton Tuesday
Sneads swept South
Walton in three straight
games to take the match.
Game one was 25-17, with
game two a 25-6 victory,
while game three was 25-16.
The Lady Pirates were led
by Meagan Smith with eight
kills on the night.
Sierra Hewett, Ashley
Smith and Kara Alford were
all on the board with five
kills each, while Jordan
Jackson added two more.
It was Tiffany Guerra
leading the team in assists
with 21 and adding four tip

kills. Bridgett Dawson led
the team with six digs.
Following the game,
Sneads coach Sheila Roberts
said she was very pleased
with her team's performance
Tuesday night.
"The girls had an awe-
some defensive night, mak-
ing incredible plays and
keeping the ball alive," she
said. "There were at least
five plays that 'I thought
were dead, but somehow my
girls came up with the ball
and finished their point."
The Lady Pirates will
travel to Cottondale 'on
Thursday before returning to
their home court on
Sneads will host a tri-
match beginning at 9 a.m.,
Saturday against Arnold and
Liberty County.

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yards rushing, while Kurt
Willis added 31 yards on
five carries.
Campbell completed 2-of-
4 passes for 7 yards.
The Indians certainly
weren't helped by a whop-
ping six turnovers - four
fumbles and two intercep-
tions, both of which were
returned for touchdowns.
Grand Ridge next plays
host to Vernon Sept. 29 in
the Indians' first home
game of the season.
Granger said he's look-
ing forward to getting his
team back on the winning

"Vernon is a little down
from last year, but they've
got a pretty good running
back that we need to keep
our eyes out for," the
coach said.
"But we're at home, so
that should be an advan-
tage for us."
Granger said he
believes his team will be
at full strength for the next
game, but nothing was
"Hopefully, everyone
will play," the coach said.
"The last couple weeks we
haven't had a full team. I
hope that this coming

week we'll have every-
"It's a big conference
game, so we need to shake

this one off, put it behind
us, get prepared for
Vernon, and see if we can
come out with a win."

Continued From Page 1B
great program," the Hornets season-ending injury
coach said. "They've got Tuesday night, and Obert
some great athletes, and said he will be tough to
their great athletes are get- replace.
ting coached up. That's "It will be a blow to us,"
how you have a great pro- the coach said. "Chase is a
gram. I hope it will be an good running back with a
exciting game." bright future, but we've got
The game Will be at 6 some other guys like Norris
p.m. Calhoun and Tony Caruso
who need to step up. Of
The Hornets lost running course (Webb) still has to
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Enjoy fall weekend Bass Tracker '09 Pro
at Lai,>e Eufaula, 3br 16, 30hp mercury mo- '06 Jayco, 30' Travel DUTCHMAN '06,25'
Last Chane to 3Da3 $145/n. Nav- , tor, 4 stroke console Trailer, excellent Good condition.
,v.n a, unque on e arre Beach 2br/1.5ba - steering, 461b thrust condition, sleeps 8. Sleeps 6, Asking
.:.'nd rre. $120 n.334-699-2796 trolln9 motor, tilt & $9,800.080.334-677- payoff. 334-794-8897
ton ) r l investment trim, fishing decks, 3953/701-7648 or 334-790-7918
property. 558 ac. fisher ID $8750 OBO-
Sin Clayhatchee, AL realestate Apartment 850-352-4274 Seacra, 8920ft Dutchman '07 31G-
Lost Fruit& Vegetables hctawhatchee commerciaforret Referral Services Center Console boat DFL, 2 slide ts KEYSTONE 07 Cop-
River frontage. Policy motor & trailer, 95 32ft, like new.
LOST: Black Fresh Shelled Peas & $1995. per ac. 225HP Jonson Mtr, $19,500. 334- 793- per Canyon 5th
peekappo.Bad heart. Butter Beans 2307 Motivated sellers Apartment referral Dual Axle Tr. w/ 4510 or 797-7514 wheel, 2 slides, sur-
Near Old US Rd. RE- Mayo Rd. (Btwn Cy- United Country Al. * service companies brakes,wh., runs round sound, Ig. liv-
WARD! 850-573-7399 press & Grand Ridge Land & Reality sell lists of available well, very clean, ing area $27,500, 334-
Bobby Hewett (850) Ozark, AL sestsoa Great cond $6,850. 618-6572.
LOST: F Rednose Pitd 592-4156 3344454445 apartments for rent Correct craft '99 334-696-5505.
850-592-3203 Re- ,In your area Please Pro-air nautique, nice Sea King, older mod- - -
850 3203 Re Apartments/Condos/ read contracts thor- stereo system e, l wwithtraler & 25 07 ESCALADE RV 37
Townhouse For Lease roughly to ensure hoursco. $22,900o OBO. HP Johnson outboard REB By KZ, 5th W. .
Personals Oats and Rye grass that you understand 334-794-9766 motor $1400 OBO Like new. Non- DUTCHMEN '07.
mix 60% Marshal Rye 2 & 3 BRMH Cotton- and agree to all the 334-671-5530 Smoker, No Pets, 3 Freedom Spirit 18 ft.
Southern Gentleman s 3 d St ng. 2BR/2BA terms and the canr 4 fully - Slides, Deluxe Refrg Great cond. Load
sueks niceWF5 per 50lb bag or 12 charloscountryliving. TOWNHOUSES cellation polic o- Mercuryd, gsrgelkept.stwneoemaker,
seeks nice WF 50-60 bulk. 334-790-5077 com. 850-258- For rent.For inf cellaton policy of loaded, garage kept. w/icemaker, levelers & Antisway Keystone 07 Cougar
forLTR. Loves speed 4868/209-8847 call 8-5. 850-209- the contract. Less than 5hrs. Warr. Convection/Micro, bar. Lots of extras. Camper w/bunks
Sae in n 2B BA ref1050until 2013. $9,875 King Bed, Fireplace, $9,800. 334-792-4071 306BHS, $22,500,
ing. Box "RRR"Ph. # Quiet, safe neighbor- e sate 03 4 2 A/C, Wash
please. The Dothan Beautiful PasoFino hood, fenced back- a e Moomba 98' Ski Boat Tow Dolly, heavy du- er, Carefree Awng, 334-714-7623.
Eagle P.O. Box 1968 horses, also Coastal yard 850-482-8196 or realestate wake tower & speak- ty, Stehl, looks new, Morryde Susp.,Rear
Dothan, AL 36301 Bermuda hay for 209-1301. forsake Bankowned, 9,000. 33414- slightly used. $880. Entertain- ment, Ta-
RXl sale. Barn & Pasture 3/1.5 in Marianna make offer 3-2 in - 334-687-3171 ble 4/ Chairs, 2
merchanise boarding available $675/mo + dep Deer Valley,Talley Playbuoy '94 18 foot- Leather Recliners,
on trails-. CH/A, W/D hkup Realty 699-6767. pontoon boat, runs Triton'02 TR21, Mer- Coach w/ chase.
850-209-5696 or 850- great. $3750 neg. cury 225 engine, new Dutchmen Travel
employment 209-1426 334-596-5032 trolling motor, depth 0, Trailer'0638B-DSL, KEYSTONE COUGAR
Bso3/1 brick home in reramtion RANGER '07VS188 7 03d02170 33436 Sleeps 8, 2 Slide- '01, 1/2 Ton Towable
aBanscomn g yard,n Wu 0 2. 5th Wheel,'06 36 ft. outs, Loaded, Like Fifth Wheel, lots of
n ap55050-209-6 WnHu Paara E I.:.: WAR EAGLE 20ft. Montego Bay, 4 new. $21,500. up grades, very nice,
L 550850-209-1265a e mesfor Salir '07, 150 Optimax DFI slides & Dodge Ram 334-406-4555 Reese hitch included,
li, S0.u0 3314370:3126 t Mier, cellento *07 3500 Diesel dual- Like new. $10,900
$600/mo. Avail. Oct. 2BR/1BA, Newly SCANDY Write '. condition. 21,000. Reese Hitch Asking Trium & phD 850-718-5243.,5th Wheel,
Miscellaneous Careeeeker 1st. 334-445-2441. remodeled in Grand an i-c n aluminum Call 229-309-2871 $74,300. 334-655- 2 Slides Great cond. REDUCED Montana
forSale3/2 Brick home Ridge. Water & sew- boat, stick steering, Watkins '79 27 ft. 1100. $20K, 334-696 4538 '05 5th Wheel, 4 **
rST Ae apxles O 0so ft. age3e incl. $35K. 850- 60h mercury 4 8HP Yanmor, at Pt St. /334-790-2950. slides, king bed,
p ox. +dep AT8- hstrom birar.d Joe Marina, 27 northex.c- 5 ., ,
RESTAURANT tables $950/mo + dep. 850- motor, motor quide, dock.a$9,500273north exc. cond.,7$29,995
chairs, dishes, bar S209-8759h5 47
ware, kitchen equip- AG ASSISTANT bilge pump, ong board 2167 or 334-733-0020 ROYAr
ment. Call for details. 40 hrs / week 3/2 in great neigh- 11ae crr WlmCfROYALt0euntI- eer
334-714-2785 FT position with boyhood in town, battery charger, Williams CraftL'08 4011, 5t Wheeler
334-714-2785 FT position with CH/A, $800 + dep 2 yr old energy effi- drive on galvanized 60 horse four stroke, Load.d. full bath
benefits. High school client hm, Dothan off trailer w/spare tire. loaded. 334-618-3058 $,,0,', Great C, nd.-
censard and EstateSaes iplomavaiddriver 4309 leave ms Flowers Chapel Rd., custom cover, used Carriage Cameo 05
biene ctd l rex- 3BR/1.5BA ra on 3/2 d 2 car garage, very little in fresh Campers/Travel 32ft. slides 2-A/C, Franklin 5 Heri tage
years beef cattle ex- 3BR1.5BA rental, on utilities $65 a mth, water only. $2,500. Trailers SK Generator 40' w/2 slide-outses
To Visit Visited perience required. corner of Park & Da- wooded bkyd, fenced Arctic C0. 0.',5, 334-797-5685 loaded no smoke, no awnings, 2, garden
-- This position helps vis St. $700/mo +, $150K. 334-477-6100 Liirt&d Edr,.:.,-,. 4 pet, Ec Co wis arden
coordinate and im- dep 850- 482- & winch. 120 miles. '04 Mountaineer 5th $38,500. 334-714-4001 W&DCHA. Lotsof 28 ft Allegro well
5 Family Sale: elements daily care 2886/209-1344. Like new. $5,200. wheel, 34ft, 1 owner t as maintained, new
Fri & Sat. 7-? Old of bull test bulls and 334-798-3352 etras.$K. 334- tire,
FrMcDaniels Grocd cow herd. Maintain 3BR/1.SBA, Very nice. 334-798-3352 $21,900 OBO w/'00 Coleman '01 Santa Fe 347-4626/3330309. trees fully loaded
McDaniels Grocery, rdsmonto Located on Noland ATV Honda Rincon Ford 3/4 ton p/u Camper Pop U A/C -new paint,$indoor
Hwy 90Sneads.Au- eed, health care Street in Marianna. 680 4-wheeler 4wd. truck $30,000850- apple. Fair Cond. REDUCED!!!! 334-792-8018 or
qutaes, h'hold, & antools and weighing as di- Kitchen appliances Coma w/extras 482-5187/850-272- $3,500.334-347-4334 COMPLETE SET-UP 334-792-8827
ques, reacted by supervisor included. $700/mo., $7,500. was $10500. NAUTIQUE'84 0760 5th wheel, 08 Jayco, 334-792-8827
ToVisit Visited or faculty. Assist first and last. Securi- 3/2, 1500 SF + scrn new 334-793-6305 SKI NAUTIUE '84, 1995 Travel Trailer, COUGAR'05 Camper Eagle, 291 RLTS & 07 Coachman '97
To t Vis with daily pasture ty deposit, 1 Yr lease porch, 2 car car- Honda '07 420EX, lik runs great! $8500 cold AC, excellent Trailer w/1 slide, Dodge 2500, 6.7 L Die- Mirada, 31.5 ft., 37k
management. Pest and references re- port spr.sysutili- ew automatic614 OBO. 334-447-7023 or cond., $4950 negotia- loaded $16,000 772- sel w/sliding hitch miles, good cond.,
Fri & Sat. 7-? lic4951ensred. Applyonlne@ No pts. moAvakingl. tyo- bdg. ff49,9 231 S. hours. $3200. 334- 334-347-1962 ble. 334-393-1558 631-5065 $51K. 334-791-4192 $15,000. 229-334-9413
Rocky Creek Rd. (1st ber 1st. Call (850) 334-671-1423 or 798-2857
hse behind Corner- Requisition # 594-7525 between 334-791-1423 Honda '07 CRF80
stone Rest.) 0802854. We will 6pm-9pm. Owner is Dirtbike, 100 hrs,
start reviewing appli- Licensed Real Estate $1350 6X12 enclosed
pet& animals cations Sept 25. Broker. Brick Home, lac+ trailer $1900 new
3BR/1BA, 2643 Faney West side Dothan, cond. 850-447-2859
CONVENIENCE St. Cottondale CH&A 2800sf, 3 Ig. BR/3BA, Honda '08 Rancher,
STORE No Pets, $495 + $200 mud room w/shower, 4X4, 2 year warranty,
Cashier available dep. (850) 352-4222 shop w/garage fire- red, manual shift.
Competitive pay, Austin Tyler & Assoc all fo details. $175K $500 80 BO334-796-
benefit package. 334-794-6002
Free Pets Policy EOE. Sang aree Oil rent 850- 526-3355 Honda TRX 300 EX
C, 8542-5241 "Property Mgmt 5s Wicksburg, 210SF Bike is complete cus- .-
Your pet deserves a lov. our ONLY Business" 4/2, 4 acres with tom with tons of ac-
ing, caring home. An ad e te Nearly New 2 BR pond. $229,000 OBO cessories incl. Red ! F
am m restate - 498-3256 LBO E.D.'s $2,300. O.B.O. FreeAds FreeAds i FreeAds FreeAds FreeAds
response from individuals nt $600/mo, $250 dep 334-805-0816.
wholwillsellyouranimalfor 850-526-8367 Home for Sale/ Yamaha 04 KODAK 2 4x6 oriental rugs, 7 Speaker Surround Convertible Boot for Graco baby swing, Roper Washer, works
research or breeding pur- amaLease Option 400 ATV4WDgood both for $140 850- sound system $125 Toyota'04-'08, never pastel green, $35 great, $125 850-482-
poses carefully n houses Furnshe Leae Opt i on 400. 3000ood 866-1700 850-866-1700 used $30 850-593- 850-526-3426 3267
g nimalaay 3/2 Brick House 3ac OBO334-798-3352 2 corner/end Antique hand carved 9987 Hard back books, Singer sewing ma-
gigan animalaway.3/2 Partialy furnish- 3/2A Appc & H eilin \ tables,(This End Up white washed oak Dishes, 4pc setting, current fiction $1/ea. chine $50 850-866-
ed,.Kyatesvl1le, CH/A, fans HWY 69, Gran Boats Furn. Co) all wood chair $100 850-866- white $15 850-482- 850-272-0148 1700
Catsbig yard, $600 + dep. Ridge. $199K. Neg., $75 850-526-3365 1700 5634 Heater, Heat Surge Skylight double -
SApartments- 850-638-1703 850-592-2005 02 Chaparral Ski 2 mermaid end ta- Avon President Dish set, 12 pc set- w/solid oak wood dome 4'x3' fixed $50
FREE KITTENS, Unfurnished Boat 99 hrs, 4.3L V6, bles & 1 coffee table Heads $10, tray $6, ting, white w/blue mantle. Brand new 850-593-9987
1 black/white, & 3 LeasepontoeBuy Lots -Acreage 190HP, arage kept, $125 firm 850-866- White House $9 850- flowers/gold trim $55 $300 850-593-9987 Small desk $15
long hair. 850-526- 2/1.5 nice apt. in av tra lerss pro, 1700 482-5634 850-482-5634Horizon Elipitical, CD/DVD Tower $10
2958/209-2932 town, $575/mo + de- For rent/or lease op- $17,000, 334-726-2081 1.--- -__ 2501b max weight $08Q 17 0
2958/ 2 posit. 850-2-5134 tion. 3/2, large lot in Headland -2 Wheel Car Dolly Beige loveseat $100 Dolphin Dining table $300 OBO 850-209 850-866-1700
Free kittens 2 orange posit. 8504825134 Greenfield, Marian- 2 Acre Lots '06 Ranger Z19, Mer- fairly new, $450 850- w/matching couch, 4x 6 $380 850-866- 895 0-209- String Art Ships,
3 grey tabby, 6wks 2/1 Apt. water, garb, na. $1200 m + de- Douglas Rd/Cty Rd cury 225 Pro XS. Yel- fairly new, $4 573-5929 never stained fabric. 1ouch, 4' x 6' $380 850-866- 8925 small $20 large $50
old 850-593-6323 sewer incl. $550. No posit. NO PETS 15. Bank & Tax low & white, low hrs, 573-5929 never239-272-8236 stained fabric. 170 Phantom 4 Laminated light oak 850482-5634
pets. 850-592-8392/ 662-380-3093 Appraisal $25k. exc. cond., $29,500. 300+ Comic Book 239-272-8236 Electric Phantom 4 flooring 1,00 sq.ft. $85850-482-5634
Free to good home: 850-592-86115392/ 62383 Oy 2 ts left. 334695 0312 Cards $35850-592. Box of craft supplies, scooter by Electra, 850-593-9987 Toilet, complete
kittens black/white f over 50 items. $10 never ridden $375850- Kohler, 1.28 GPF,
/calico 850-594-7802 Rent to Own 2 & 3BR Mobile Homes 2each 96 1999 17 foot Alumi 2927 v50 9ems. $10 3e9r987Nike Air Jordan Ko, 1285 3-
Free to loving ho MH's Lot rent includ- for Rent ra 50 Mercury, 30' Aluminum ladder Electric typewriter 12 $50. 850-209-3 9987

Tc/y $5 O5_______-52 /21 3mOct. 5. 850-638- a80253435" Toshiba TV $475 regular $10 850-482- 26-
i Dogs Duplex/Triplex 4620/638-6405 l ur 2003 CONTENDER 36' 850-866-1700 Bunk Beds - $225 Sol- Elvis Bust $30, Elvis 5634 Weslo Cadence
- 2/1 MH FOR RENT in selyour wth Yamaha stroke idwood unk beds Heartbreak Hotel Portable Pack& Play, Treadmill.$95
2/1 Duplex CH/A, wa-Cypress. Countrst- , ), radar, color gps, auto 3pc Entertainment with matching book- Plate $40 850-866-
Chihuahua ter, sewerapplian- tin. $335 + de autom bile machnecenter con- Center $150 850-866- shelf. 850-526-8466 tan color, stillin box, 850-592-8769-
Chihuahua cese r lan c ingl $335 sole. 334-685-2297 1700 Ceramic Humming $45. 850-272-8967--White Battenburg Tam
Puppies ces & lawn care icl (850)685-2353 --Birds $8-$10, Ceram- Eureka Vacuum $10 Portable playpen, ble Cloth, 64x102, $20
Teacup/toy, $575/MO 850-526- s 97 Bayliner Cabin 4 Whitewickerbar ic Bells $2,$3 &$5 4'mounted barracuda Pak-n-play, still in 850-592-3261
short &long hair 4425 leave message 2/2, miles from Cruiser 23 ft ,1 own stools $65 850-866- 850-482-5634 $45850-866-1700 box $45 850-526-3426 te beaded off
$ Mar. very clean, er, excel 2 cond. pd 170008850-482-24480 White beaded, offf
Discount prices 2/2 Duplex in Grand 'family of 2, $500 m Place a $0wi sellfor Gold/Glass makeup Precious Moments shoulder Wedding
743532 Ridge $450 + $450 850-209-8947/482- $17K 850- 209 7 dining room chairs, Christmas Teddy table w/mirror $20 birthday bells $15, Gown, sz 12 $500
or 545-512 dep. 850-592-5571. 8333 __ ClssifieA AdI 5659/209-1696 modern style, sturdy, Bears dated by year 850-866-1700 850-482-5634 OBO 850-879-4365
padded seats $75 $1$0 a. 850-482-5634
m----r S g2/2 Located btwn GR d Astro '9114ft 40HP 850-526-3365 C e e p ai aste Rollaway Bed, JC Window insulated
lta C850 573 603- Grace baby stroller, 1RayBdJ W ois
ome Farms/Land/Tie & Sneads water 5 Tody Mariner trolling mo- Comforter set, cu pink/plaid, 1 pastel Penny Top of the glass 35" octogon
| Real Estate for Sale garbncl$375/mo tor and depth finder. Christmas Dish Set tom made, green green~lk new $35/ea Line, $75 850-592- w/alum. frame
$57,064. NET PROFIT 2 & 3 BR MH's in Ma-
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blk&w It1e T u Land &$5 r Standing R2B/IBA n Alford
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C nnr e Investor Priced 3/2 $425, 2/2 $350 SdtC
$495,000 both CH/A in C'dale.
Parents on site For Sale By Owner No pets. 850-258-

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Free rescued dogs Turkeys Dear Stands 850-352-4869 morn-

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FREE to good home: Rent to Own: 2 & 3BR
Guinea Pig, black & MH's. Lot rent incl.
white, named Spike i For details 850-557-

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Concord Coachman . : PALMER '99 26 ft Toyota 03' Tacoma LF14707 property as set forth
'05 Motor Home.a23' Acura '06 MDX, tour Dump Trailer $13,900 prerunner dbl cab , V- in said Final Judg-
-long2700miTake ing.-.. eio.619-1041,334-687- 6 auto, all options STATE OF FLORIDA ment:
over payments.850- miles, excel. cond., 2 5835 79K mi. exc. cond DEPARTMENT OF
5935 103 new tis $ 0 must see! $14,700. COMMUNITY BEGINNING AT THE
593-5103 -- new tires. $22,300. 1 Utility Trailer, 7x16, 334-794-3525 AFFAIRS SOUTHWEST COR-
DAMON '00 DayBreak 1331 4 3 0 ramp, brakes, new NOTICE OF INTENT NER OF THE SOUTH-
34 ft, 21K miles, . tires $1200 790-3896 TO FIND TOWN OF EAST 1/4 OF THE
Chevrolet engine on . . Big Dog 04 Ridge- Eddie Bauer. Fully .f CAMPBELLTON SOUTHEAST 1/4,
an generator, hy- FORD '09 Mustang Mercedes '96 E300 back, Hard-tail, loaded, leather tow Vans Toyota 044 Dr Dbl COMPREHENSIVE SECTION 2, TOWN-
draulic levelers, 2 air Bullitt, Highland 160K $5,595 W.M.Car 11,000 mi, $13,500. pkg. Exc. Cond. 92K Cab TacomaPLAN AMENDMENT SHIP 4 NORTH,
uierbc k8up Cd b Tacoma, Si-ver, IN COMPLIANCE RANGE 8 WEST,
conditioners, back Green, 1000 mi, Sales LLC, 1919 W.M. 334-702-9988. 334- more pics/info at: Chevrolet '95 Conver- Pick-up. Au- to. 6- DOCKET NO. 09-1- THENCE GO EAST 70
camera, refrigerator, Loaded, warranty, St. 334-699-5880 648-2425 http://www.rehone, sion Van, loaded, YARDS; THENCE GO
freezer, ice maker, Still new. $27,500., www.westmaincar - com $10,500 122K, Ready to travel cyl. 2 WD. 80,000, NOI-3204-(A)-(I)
334-super slide $29,500 BMW '00 323i 102K 334-790-9431 Harley'00 Dyna Wide Call Bob 334-677-3675 $3,000.334-701-5516 Loaded, Power NORTH 70 YARDS,
687-4201 White $8495 W.M. Glide, blue/silver, brakes, Power steer- The Department THENCE WEST 70
Car SalesLLC 1919 Ford '93 Taurus, runs Mercedes '96 SS00. 5200 miles. $9,500. ing, Tilt, Cruise, Hard gives noticeof itsin TH 70 YARDS, THENCE
goW.M. St.od needsAC, Top condition. 334-596-1694 Bed Cover w / Liner, Amendment to the POINT O7 BEGIN-
W.M. St. 699-5880 .2200. 1-334'-475-1723 334-693-3980 Amendment to the POINT OF BEGIN
www.westmaincar HARLEY '99 Soft-Tail A/C, AM/FM, Like Comprehensive Plan NING, BEING IN AND Ford 95' Mustang,Co- Mitsubishi '07 Galant, Custom, Dimond Ice/ new. $15,500 Firm, for Town of A PART OF THE
nvertable $2500 850- loaded, real nice. 6 Aztec Orange, low 334- 445-1683. Campbellton, adopt- SOUTHEAST 1/4 OF
.-- w_- _t * 726-0256 $200 down, $229 per miles, Like new. CHEVY'01 Blazer, ed by Ordinance THE SOUTHEAST 1/4,
Damon '05 Daybreak, month. Call Ron Ellis $10,500, 684-1211. White SUV Auto. 6 Chrysler '02 Voyager No. 2009-07 on Au- SECTION 2, TOWN
fully loaded. Includes - 334-714-0028 Van, cold air, oyota '95 IN SH 4 NORT
14 ft slide 13K m Nissan 05 Atima 25 ARLEY Davidson '01 cyl. 4 WD. 130000, 75,000 mi. Excellent, Pick-Up5 speed, COMPLIANCE, pur- RANGE 8 WEST,
looks new. $47,900. Nissan '05 Altima, 2.5 Road King Police, Power brakes, Power $4995. 334-790-7959. AC, Good suant to Sections JACKSON COUNTY,
3look8snew.$47,90. '" . i k osp $ 16,500 c mles. White, t Mechanical 163.3184, 163.3187 FLORIDA
334-687-3171. like new, $12,900 850- clean & shop kept. AM/steering, D, A/C, Chrysler '95 Voyager, Condition and 163.3189, F.S.
33-8-11482-2994 $11,000. 334-774-3663 AM/FM, runs well, V6, auto, seats 8, $1800.00. CallA/K/A 7152 GILLEY
BMW 950 32 ..r t Ford 96' Mustang A -366 sunroof, $4500, 334- power, am/fm cass. 850-569-2215 The adopted Town of ROAD, GRAND RIDGE,
ies LLC 1919 W.M. to - rns HARLEY Davidson '03 793-0677 new tires, NOW Camnpbellton Com- FL 324420000
St 699- 5880 power windows, RoadKing, 95" stage $1975 OBO 850-592- prehensive Plan
www.west seat, & door locks. 2, secri tygps s. il 2832 Lega Amendment and the Any person claiming
, e$3.501st 'of ri ' $10,500. 334-8035008 Dodge 94'one ton Department's Objec- an interest in the sur-
012.04-7 c$10,500. 334-803 8 work van $850. 334- tons and Commentsa plus from the sale, if
Four Winds '99 Is ,..l h , ,_ Harley Davidson '07 794-6002 oRp 334,c i f ndar s e brother wthaneas the
Motor-nhome.34ft. ion, F .ord -u ru Excel., 6700 miles, Ford '98 Windstar available for the date of the Lis
doExcellent condition, or all power 110k NISSAN'06 Atima, Extra's! $14300 $475 down 0% nter- inspection Monday Pendens must file a
20K, New tires, DVD W - - . door, all power, 110k NISSAN '06 Altima, 334-369-8139 Chevy '07 Tahoe, est. Daylight Auto Fi- IN THCIRCUIT through Friday, ex- claim within sixty
20K, NPlayer-Ref- /F rezs, DVD BMW u6 ?2, ,SportS miles. Great shape Blue, Sedan. Auto. 4- . 24,800 miles. Like nancing 1-800-470- IN THE CIRCUI cept for lega holi- (60) days after the
w/lce maker, Water Pkg. 20" inch rims, $3,200 334-685-0560 cyl. 61,000, Loaded, new, CARFAX. All 0650 9am/9pm FOURTEENOFTH days, during normal sale.
heater, hydraulic ranty. 35,500 Mi. Hodda '02 HX 99K runs well, sunroof, - power. Rear DVD. GMC 89' G20 Rally JUDICIAL CIRCUIT business hours, at
jacks, convection $24000.334-7985753 mi 4200 very clean, Like new. Sell less than NADA VanV-8 auto, air INAND FORJACKSON the Town Clerksof WITNESS MY HANDis
/microwave oven - BMW 545i sedan, 4 $15,500. 334 333-4655. value. 334-632-0144 good tires, mpne bat- COUNTY,IV FLORIDA Office,5283 Highway Cndurthen September
334-718-0460, 718- per clean, 47K miles, Honda '03 Accord EX, Harley D iChevy Trailblazer 08' $850. 334-718-3257 - 231, Campbellto8, 10, 2009.
7 0, - , lackleather, sun rley idson '07 black, LS 31K mi.A/C GMC '98 Savannah Hi CASE NO. 32-2008- Florida 32426. Dale R. Guthrie
0793 warranty.3$29,995. 'rveryterRoad King Custom, & Rear air Exc. CondCA-000646Any affected person, Clerk of the Circuit
334-701-5550 roof very nc, Pearl Yellow, 6-spd., $15,000. 334-791-911C top van. leather, DIVISION
Monoco Knight'06, $10500.334726-1215. Pearl Yellow, 6-spd., $15,000. 334-791-911 power, Q-bed, 2 TV's as defined in Section Court
Save $25K or more. '6Honda '03 Shadow NISSAN '06 Altima, 3000 mi. Loaded. Like Ford '02 Expedtion, very clean, ballgame WELLS FARGO BANK, 163.3184, F.S., has a
Diesel, 4 slides, 4300 750 Loaded $4000. Blue, Sedan. Auto. 4- new! Always covered 128K miles, black ready! $5,395. 334- right to petition for By:s/ Beverly
mi, many upgrades OBO 334-790-9660 cyl. 61,000, Loaded, and garage kept. with tan interior, well 793-3494 / 333-1291 an administrative Hatcher
$159,700. 850-866- Honda 05' Accord EX runs well, sunroof, Includes sundowner kept. $7200 Call MECURY '01 Villager Plaintiff, hearing to challenge eputyer
4-dr.433KmE. verycVan,,Likfully.sealoadethe proposed agency
2774 4-dr. 33K mi very clean, Like new. seat w/backrest, Jason for all details. Van fully loaded, determination that I Meetings-Events I
Phaeton, 07' 40ft. 4 6' Gold, tinted $15,500. 334 333-4655. windshield, rtsh 850-326-0258 102K miles, white ex- VS. the 'nam.. .nm to
slide-outs, 15K mi. BMW '98 32C I 87K windows,clean, Nissan '07 Altima mufflers. $15,995. cellent condition DA S DANIELS et al the Town of
350 CAT diesel moon $347 9 0-55 IDAS.DANIELS, et al the Towns P LF14690
350CAT diesel, moon roof $13 900. 2.5SL, Black, 34,200 334. 393-0064 $5,500334-740-9155 Campbellton Con- 4690
gen.4dr. frig w/ Sales LLC 1919 W.M. 334-793-1370 mi., bose stereo, Defendant(s). preensive Plan is in NOTICE OF
icemaker, W/D in St. 334-699-5880 Honda '06 Accord, moon roof, spoiler, Wanted:a n e PUBLIC MEETING
motion satellite dish, www.westmaincar berg., gray cloth inte- leather int. veryAutomob fined in Subection
rear & side cameras, . rior, auto. trans, 6- clean, Like new. ' NOTICE OF 163.3184(1), F.S. The Public Notice is here-
Home theater sys. disc cd, 60,575 mi., $20,500 obo, 334-372- Wanted :1997-1998 FORECLOSURE SALE petition must be filed by given that the
Leather euro recliner, Buick '75 Skylark, $13c125obo. 791-4190 0702 or 334-432-0302. Ford '05 Sport Trac Dodge Ram P/U 4X4 FORECLOSURE S within twenty-one Jackson County Local
desk, King bed, Vintage, 34K miles, Honda '06 Civic,Gray BUY M E! XLT Adrenalin Pack- or Chevrolet 4X4 will NOTICE IS HEREBY (21) days after public Mitigation Strategy
Brake-Buddy for tow MUST SEE! Paint & 4dr, a/c, 5sp, power. HARLEY DAVIDSON age. Loaded! 68K pay cash 850-849- GIVEN pursuant to a cation of this notice (LMS) Task Force will
car. Garage stored. sell for thousands 68,500 m., Good as '08 1200Sortster Great cond$14000 7002 Nancy. Final Judgment of and must include al hold a public meeting
Many other options. $5,500. OBO 588-2607 mileage & condition. Nissan108 Altima, Mortgage Foreclo- of the information on Thursday October
srf$160,000. a e ly66 woanerr, ato.108 milesn2. FrTrucksHeavyDuty e dated Septem- and contents descri- 12009 at the Jackson
3379 17. $12,900. 334-243-4166ws, warranty, Like new Ford '98ber Explorer 09 9 and pte- bed in Uniform Rule County Emergency
REDUCEDHonda '07 Civic 26K miles. $17,000. $9,200, 334-702-4778. $575 down.0% Inter. tered in Case No. 32- 28-106.201, F.A.C. Operations Center lo-
REDUCED* v Coupe Touch screen 334-693-0830 $ 3I7. 5.7 d n ?I 2008-CA-000646 of The petition must be cated at 2819 Pan-
'03 Class A Monoco a.2slides.GPS navigation sys- 3 0 1.8r0 4 0. the Circuit Court of filed with the Agency handle Rd in Marian-
1bath. Loaded! mi., black, $13,000 m 9p d l Circuit in and Community Affairs, purpose of this meet-
Ind. car e all Cadillac '00 Deville 786-223-2278. Nissan '08Versa, GMC 1 nmy 4,4. f or JACKSON County 2555 Shymard Oa o o t
furnishings (dishes, Pearill.c Auto. 8-yl Honda-08'.iicL Hatca BerExt..2 'esel 1 ,n h dFlor da wherein Boulevard, Tallahas- Lc it igan
towels, etc.) $65K. Pearl, Auto. 8-cyl. Honda 08' Civic LX Hatchback, Blue Ext, aluminuwheels WELLS FARGO BANK, see, Florida 32399- Strategy Task Force
334-790-3480. 94000, Pwr steering, Clean, low miles, . Black Int. Auto. 12x36 Radial 95 For F800 dump NA, is the Plaintiff 2100, and a copy in preparation for the
Tioga Arrow 27ft CD, A/C, AM/FM, $14,500. 334-790-7055 10,200, CD, Keyless Harley Davidson '08 Swampers PS, PB, truck, low miles, au- and IDA S. DANIELS; mailed or delivered annual u date and
Motorhome'86, stereo, runs well, ,Entry, $13,500 OBO, Anniversary Fat Boy, AC, Auto, AM/FM CD to, diesel, $11,500.0 GERALD H. SMITH; tte local govern- begin working on the
white,Auto.8 cyl. Great cond. $9,000, V1 334-333-6590. copper-black, 6-spd., $4800 obo. 850-762- 334-894-2315 or 464-' ANY AND ALL UN- ment. Failure .to re-submittal of the
Pow.brakes & steer- 850-482-4848. W N 3 33-61300 mi. Loaded. 9333 3189 KNOWN PARTIES timely file a petition Local Mitigation
ing, A/C, AM/FM, 8 Pontiac '98 Grand Am Like new. $16,600, C ' uCLAIMING BY, shall constitute a Strategy for Jackson
runs well, low Cadillac '94 $375 down, 0% Inter- 334-726-6799. CHEVY'66, custom THROUGH, UNDER, waiver of any right to County.
miles,Fair cond.Has Fleetwood. Top con- est. Daylight Auto Fi- V8, ps/b, swb auto, AND AGAINST THE request an adminis-
leak damage. $6000. edition. 334-693-3980 nancing 1-800-470- Harley Davidson '08 runs & looks good. HEREIN NAMED INDI- trative r feeding as Jackson County in
leaaki dam 0X pLo4000 miae9, mles 1 year $2,500. 334-735-5404 DEFENDANT(S) WHO n . county eve -
( . " * - S ' . * Saturn 96' SL1 runs, warrenty left. 120.57, F.S. If a peti itiet, the LMS
Watersports . ' needs work, $800. $17,000.334-618-4430 Chevy '71 El Camino, ARE NOT KNOWN TO 120.57, F.S. If peti niciaitie, the LMS
', Spu 9 'r a DEED A LS SetionVs 1 Taskn Force and vari-
Honda '08 Lx-P, OBO Keith @ 334-797- 350 Engine, $7500 BE DEAD OR ALIVEton fthea nur.mTas erForea
Kawasaki '95 900ZXI White, Auto, 4-cyl, 2259 after 6pm Harley Davidson 08 Jeep'02 Wrangler X, 850. 594-3282 WHETHER SAID UN- pose of the adminis ous members of the
elLow Rider, less than SUV. 5-spd. 6-cyl. 4 KNOWN PARTIES trative hearing will comaLcal Mitiga-
Jet Ski w/trailer Exc. 25800 miles; very Toyota' 04 Sequoha, 3K mi. black, warran- WD44K, Great cond. Chevy '90 454 SS, 79K MAY CLAIM AN IN- be to present evi- oped a Local Mitiga-
Cond. $1,800.334- * . clean, Great cond. loaded. Great Condi- ty, perfect cond., $11,500, miles, new paint and TEREST AS SPOUSE, dence and testimony tion Strategy in 1999.
696-5505 / 791-4885. Toyota '02 Camry LE $18,500. tion. $18,000 OBO. many xtras. $13,500 719-930-4976. much more, MUST HEIRS, DEVISEES,and ford a d rec- An update to the plan
Yamaha04Wave 115K$7,500W.M.Car 334-726-5491 334-796-7092 850526-2790 SEE! $9000.334-648- GRANTEES, OR OTH- the Departmernt. If was issued to brMitigation
Ru nner12004'W 155Sale s1 919$, 0 W .M .C4 - 1702Jeep 06 W rangler X 1014 ER CLAIM ANTS; are n tht m ent.ate gL oca l it
unner 1200 XLT 155 Sales LLC 1919W.M. Honda '99 Accord EX Toyota '07 Carolla LE, Harley Davidson 95 ard to 6 S 6Cyl. the Defendants, I wil n s in
tp, 58hrs. n fresh St. 334-699-5880 low miles, 74,500 mi 'loaded. Great Gas Ultra "Classic Elec- 4-WD A/C cruise DODGE 98' DAKOTA s tghDend tsi Notiioni edtr
water w/ trailer www.westmaincar $6500. 334-718-8373 Mileage! $500 Down, tric Glide 30 yr anni- control 36,Kmi ext. cab., 1st $1900. and best bid for shall become final hazard mnce witigah the local re-
$4,700. OBO 334-750- $250 per month. versary $7,500 334- $15,500. Exc. Cond. takes. 334-792-2664 cash at NORTH DOOR agency action. quirements of Sec-
1337. Day or Nght co Hyandai '04 Sonata, Call Steve Hatcher 695-4014 - 334-693-3424 334-701- D NORTH DO ency action. urements of Sec
Yamaha '92 Chevrolet '02' Camaro, white, runs good. 334-791-8243- Harley Davidson'9 3693 3424 334 0 Dg ' amw o JACKSON CUOUSE -NTY tied on 322 of the Disas-
$2500334-798-3485 Harley Dayidson 96 5153.Xcab. $575 down, 0% COURTHOUSE, MA- If a rpeti~tion is filed, ter Mitigation Act of
Waverunner 650, low V6 engine, metalic $2500 334-798-3485 Volkswagen '06 Bee- Fatboy, red & whiit . Interest Daylight Au- RIANNA, FLORIDA at other affected per- 2000. The plan up-
engine hours, need blue, 161k miles, tle, auto, diesel, 42K 13K mile, great r " to Firancing. 1-800- 11:00AM, on the a f ite fodate was approved
minor repairs. $750 $5000, good cond., miles, 40MPG, load- shape, $9,500. 470-0650 9am/9pm 26th day of October, leave to intervene in by FEMA in 2005. The
334-792- 3135 334-797-2706 ed. $16,000. 334-897- 334-899-1212 2009, the following cti for interven current Local Mitiga-
3 2 334-797-2706 ' ed. $12497 or 334-672-1655 Ford '03 F150 super- described prope tuition for intern tion Strategy appro-
tranisnntafon CHEVROLET '03 Harkswago 69 Dun ley Davisdon *89 cab V-8 38K mi. Seats as set forth in said Fl- ionmustr be filed at val will expire in
anspoai Monte Carlo SS, . Volkswagon '69 Duel Low Rider, chromed 6, Exc. Cond. White nal Judg- least twenty (20) 2010. The Local Miti-
Black Auto., 6-cyl., Prt 1600, eng. over- out, sounds great. gray int. bed ext. m e n t : days before the final nation Strategy is a
72K miles, Loaded, Hyundai 05 s.-,at r haul Dec. '08. New tie $6800. 334-494-3627 Jeep '83 CJ-7, grey, $14K obo. 596-3189. hearing and must in- plan developed with
Sun roof. Leather in- LX, V-6, Automatic, rod, ball joints, steer- clude all of the infor- input from the com-
terior. Very clean, loaded, sunroof, ing dampner, no ma 11 Po COMMENCE AT AN tion and contents mu
One Own-er $8,800. leather, excellent, 34-718-1188e00- es. EXISTING CONCRETE described in Uniform industry and local
334-299- 3430. 122K miles. $5995. 334-718-1188-$6.50 3 t 61, 53 . ts MONUMENT MARK- Rule 28-106.205, government to guide
ker 334-790-7959 VOLVO '06 XC90, $6.500. 334 691 5683. ING THE NORTHEAST F.A.C. A petitionfor and promote hazard
Ocean Race Edition. CORNER OF THE leave to intervene mitigation activities
#556 out of 800 man - SOUTHEAST 1/4 OF shall be filed at the in Jackson County.
ion2969 ufactured. 20K miles. Harley Sporser 06 Ford 2003 F250 Diesel SECTION 28, TOWN- Division of Admini- Actions include post-
XM radio CDnstar Car Sales LLC 1919 Retails for $53,225. Orange 1200R, Vance OneOwner. New SHIP 6 NORTH trative Hearings, De- ningto reduce or
will sell fosunroof, 11,000 miles. M St 334699 r $31,700. o . R al 0144 RANGE 9 WEST OF tutment of Manage eliminate long-term

$17.000.334-797-0987 5880www.west Besto oer850-526- Runsstrong,Pre- --TANCE OF 1582.06 of any rt such a annually and re-
Corvetight Club Share 83 33405 Imala 2290 days ees. 850 wisely mainesShort$7,250. Land Rover06 Cond tion. Bedliner, JACKSON IRCOUNTY mentervices submitted in total env-
tibessna 172 & 182 C erl 0 M4-a1 braided lines,9 8,900 Cover, SRI for Well FLORIDA; THENCE heparpry fte e n-

hesn 17 n tChevrolet '08 Malibu ado Tallahassee, Florida p r o ie ana eher e n
angad in Mar.exc. Class & Antiques Jeep Liberty2004 V Below NADA Value. RUN NORTH 88 DE-sasent and finan-
cond.$2000.850-569- LT, Maroon with gray Infiniti'01130 120K Harley Davidson '06 P/W, Cruise, CD, 334618-4533 GREES 18 MINUTES 32399-3060. Failure cial investments and
2969 interior, 4 cylinder, Silver $5 99 38W.M.0554 $ 4-Sportter 1200 cus- ob 21 SECONDS WEST to Afpetition tointer- to manage post-
XM radioer shellCD, ncustar Car Sales LLC, 1919 Camero '72 Dragcar, to. Black, Show- Great Condition, - . ALONG THE NORTH vene within the al- disaster recovery.
mobiles Misc. wheels. Needs a little Jaguar 00 St -3.0 BIk.699 477 Cl big block, room cond. loaded. CARFAX. Below LINE OF SAID NORTH- owed time frme The plan must be up-
sunroof, 000. 49 needs power glide, See to appreciate. Retail!Call632-0144 EAST 1/4, A DIS- constitutes a waiver dated and reviewed
$17,000.334-797-0987 5880 www.west Best offer 850-526- Runs strong, Pre- TANCE OF 1582.06 of any right such annually and re-
Corvette 02' Conver- Chey '05 $300 2290 days, eves. 850- cisely maint. $7,250. Land Rover'06 Range FEET TO A SET IRON person has to re- submitted in total ev-.

FORD'05500SLE Chrysler '95 Sebrig, sales.comc gGM *72 Chevelle -FORD77F100 BEARING OF SOUTH rt to thearingocn-ee ieadrs ' toeladr-
tible auto, 405 HP 12- nice family car,$300 594- 9931 OBO 334-774-3368 Rover Super charged M NO. 6111) eSt aetio un- ery five years to ad-
CD changer w/ Bose do,$199 per month, loaded w/every op- AND CALL THIS THE 569 h

Rd, great cond. 41K sunroof Ithr. 2DR front HONDA '08 CBR 1000, P 1ower sterling, CD, . 'shord68 F 100 step POINT OF BEGIN - n 120.57, F . or that re- view and implement
soundsytsem. 58K Call Steve catcher Completely restored black&silvter. kepA/C,, 334-85-2297. s idter e, REDUCEDns ks NNG; UTES 39 SECON- participa te ad- he as a result of the
system $11,500 OBO gea334-791- , 648 5817 Excellent condition right yellow,l, low miles, good$2,50000 WEST, A DISTAEministrative hearing. Disaster Mitianagementation
3346959-3550 top Needs work. new tires, sunroof 73554great 18K m. black, GREES 18 MINUTES A i coordinate the
ec-cab 350 loaded, Firm (334)389-0554 1200. 334-774-710 MSTA $5,500 obo. 21 SECONDS WEST tearing
n r camperr shell, custom .n d r h7 334-671-3772. ALONG SAID NORTH eti a petition i Jackson County
wheels. Needs a little Jaguar 00 S3.0 for HONDA - '03 Metro- FORDmatching trailer. Kawasaki 350 NE,8 Vulcan DISGMC04 Caon XTANCE OF FEET tois a ailministrativble pur- mergnt renyview the
work.$1000. 693-5374 95k $6,495 W.M. Car ,. politan Scooter. 8 fd 7, loaded 210.0 FEETRt TO A SETMtNoO i avain l plu- ment is requesidting
ChryslerK05' Tourir.g Sales LLC, 1919 W.M. Bright yellow, low E e, long wheel base, IRON ROD (PSMNO. su nt to Sub-section the participation of
convertible 62K mi. 334-699-5880 miles, exc. cond. Mercedes'05o ML350, auto, ps/pb, runs & 6111); THENCE DE- 163.3189(3)(a), F.S., members of the pub-
$6900.3349Li3w$. $1200.334-774-7108. tan, SUV. Auto. 6-cyl. looks good. $2,500. PARTING SAID to any affected per- lic as well as com-
$14750.333-7555AWD. 42,000, Loaed, 334-735-404 NORTH LINE ON A son who is made Counity and business
Redadrsrtone e FORD '77 F100 BEARING OF SOUTH gr t ate e a nd m ben-
Red, great cond. 41K sunroof Ithr. 2DR Super sports front HONDA '08 CBR 1000, Power steering CD, short wheel 01 DEGREE 41 MP - ng yfilin hnd
miles, 6CD, Loaded, 32K 3LT, Loaded, chrome oupe. AC all power$20,000 OBO. BLUE ack&silver, 6-. A/C, AM/FM, stereo, OFBEGINNING. Boulevard ing web site
sy$tem1$11,500 OBO646 reatory ,458 clipRed, 2-dr. hard(334)389-0554base, runs& books NTES 39 SECONDS quest with the ad- theileEer
Pontiac 01 Montana, top Neeards work. ranty. Lexus 00 ES300 98K 4-cyl. 1468 miles, runs well, low miles, good.34-691-9872,500.00. WEST, A DISTANCE 323992100ministrative law anacksogement
all power, rear A/CT501 proj caN $4,500 runs well, warranty, new tires, sunroof, 334-735-5404 OF 210.0 FEET TO A judge assigned ill c R lr th

passenger, good b 5 VI fndLieln e 4,O. ile et r t v WILLIS' ROAD (PSM the Division of Residents of Jacksonnt
condition. $4500.334- '06 34742OSales LLC 1919 W.M. .8 334-618-2542. Nissan 07 Pathfinder NISsan 0 1 COUNTY MAIN INTHECIRCUIT County are encour-
k l Reduced-Sacrifice ding gear. $10,000 clrow seat, ike new. Cab, runs gret. SOUTH 88 DEGREES I ngs. The choice of morthe LMS T ask Forcend
17,000 mint condo. blacktop, Model A 192, 2 dr, . 334-796-5596. $1722,00.334-792- Looks good. ce$3400 MINUTES 21 SEC- mediation shall not meetings to be held
772-631-5065 factory $1590rve0e $1500. 8 334-702-0 80-209-4416 JEEP '89 Wrangler, excellent driver- OBO 334-585-2398 , has 3076. . 334-493-7712 PERMANENT FIX- IACT'N PrPse additional
$23Automatic 35 0 4026 o pcs emai matching trail er. awasaki black w/tan int. fully c , TURE AND APPURTE- n mitigation Initiatives.
HONDAVe tte 96' Collector :i Lincoln 96' Towncar pnotaron $ centurytel5000. 850-482-6632 900 custom, 2400 Nissan 06 Pathfinder GMC '04 Canyon X- TANCE OF 210.0 THERETO; A NO 32-2008-
addition factory hard 20ls 44 109K 0 saddlebags, red. BOSE sound sunroof. Buy!. $200 downaded. PLUS VIN # 6111) - Mke McDaniel, ut oI n a ccordance wandth
very clean p Like new $.0 B $5900. 3334-692-3337 57K miles. $16,000 $9per mt R A/B DIVISIO N Dathe ericasA wth
cnd, $12,9075 0.334-. Corvette 99 cnv '07 250 CC 4 Wheeler, 421 334-714-0770 Caon AD, GREENWOOD, Ce c e accommodati on
684-20Mitsubishi 06 Ra pewter with PONTIAC - 67 GTO Mojo Moph tor Scooter DISTANCE02 . 334- FL 32443 NAN CE LLC to participon Strate in bthis

Duro Crossr Interior, auto, 84k xe$1850 0 850-593- T. e)955 FdSTFSport loadEedT and inPreaNt munity Affairstoumeeting should con-
$14500.Automobiles 1 whees, victory red WHITE (334)389-0554 good cond.,$350arbo 0 Any person claiming ant' tact the Emergency
Pontiac 01 Montana with warranty Lexus 00 E300 98K Y 5 uht tires'5,) bra ke 334-691-987io interest in thesur- MICHAEL Management Office
c ondtDatsunon78280Z2+2, 'ew00n4- Sae LLCh ses63 90 r70175588 Kn-q8ad MHf Nissan08 Titan E P from M BRAMBLETTeCIRCUIT County are encour-5
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sales6con Reduced-Sacrifice like new, fl140 mi. Ca- row seat, Like new.TOGTERWTHARutIo the LMS a an

Like New. $11,500., rust ' runs ut needs tomatic; white/ tan; ,,' ... . ..... accessories, ridicu- wu. UU . r. Pendens must file a die Rd, Manianna FL
Call 7 Ne 11,500., srs 0 e8d5s 4734 miles, $17500 tained.$4000.Buy Bushhog 9044, field Cnd, l Tooth,moon claim within sixty NOTICE OF
s(334)796-353 34-8050816readyshelterkept roof,leatherins after the FORECLOSURE SALE
2004 Honda Civic. 579- 2136 lv msq 726-3842 $10,500 OBO. 334- clean, warranty, (60) dys aalere.e
Like new. Sell Below MMazda:89 p7. non '92 Goldwin60k347-4283nor334-447- $29,995.334-792-0650 sae.
NADA. 334-793-0095. rbOQ0,0 ,25E 92 Goldwing, 60k 3 2 34 99 4-25727NOTICE IS HEREBY M ak e
2004LincolnLS."4 . 1l ' yc.S-3 E mi les, red, exc. paint 7 M UST,2 S !WITNESS MY HAND GIVENpursuant to ak e
2004 Lincoln LS. Only & running cond. YAMAHA'06 Farm Equip. 7500 and the seal of this Final Judgment of
47,000 miles. One $7000 850-445-2915 Roadstar 1700cc, Lissilton Peanut pick M Se Court on September Mortgage Foreclo- O 1-Y.
Owner, Like New. leave message Black, Motorcycle er $1850. 6000 .10, 2009. sure dated Septem-
Lissilton Peanut pick- ber 09, 2009 and en-
1n4-405 -" 5000 miles. Vance er $1000. 726-4661. Dale R. Guthrie tePointred nCa N O
Towncar, Silver. odge ,, o, rb . Hines Exhaust Sys- m Clerk of the Circuit 2008-CA-000878 of
Great Condition. ,:, , ,h ,,lr tem. 4 helmets and1 Court the Circuit Court of Advertising is the
Need to Sell 71,u00 milesn 5995. gel cushion. One B s / Be ver ly the FOURTEENTH Ju- best way to make
$12,844. Call 618-4533 334-790-7959 owner, garage kept. Nissan 09' Titan SE Hatcer dicial Circuit in and
2005 Chevy Cavalier. Ford '03 Mustang GT SMe Ben ARCTIC CAT'07 700 Like new.$9000.334- ac SE Clerk oridACKSON unt powhinters withrei prime
71,000 miles Clean. convertible., 69k ver. EFI, 4x4,25001b,winch, 618-5833. Auto trans only 5K CHASE HOME Fl- prospects who are
Be NADA 334- miles, auto. Garage Soft tops. 39873K mi. Great cond. $5200, YAMAHA '08 V V-star FORD '86 F-350 1 ton ow LF4705 LLC, is ready, willing and
793-0095 kept, $10,800 OBO. Pristine cond. 334-714-2978 250 burgendy 1836 f l power windows, LF14705 Plaintiff and Ml- ready, willing a
2006 Volvo S60.- 334-596- 9966 $20,500. 334-684-2006 miles. $2695. 334-693- floated dump tuck 6 lock, Tilt Cruise, bed CHAEL BRAMBLETT; able to buy. Let us
Loaded -On Owner Fn- miles. $2695. 334-693- cyl. 4 sp. $3,900 OBO iner running bds Beginning September LISA BRAMBLETT;
WLoaded. One Owner. FORD '07,500 Limited Mercedes '04 Benz . 5454 229-334-8520,334- $25,995 OBO 714-1142 23, 2009,. Old Spanish are the Defendants I show you the most
0095 teChor, 6cyl., 40K age, charcoal/black GIVE US A RING... 355-1202 STERLING '05 Tri-Axle Trai wilbeclosed n will sell t he hbih- effective way to
2007 Nissan Altima. miles. Like new. interior. 59K miles. 'Call today to place KMC Forrough Flex, Dump Truck $47,500 Street to River Road.ckson et and best bidder
Immaculate. Only $13,500. 334-618-8255 $17,000. 334-806-7190 your item in the peanut inverter, field 619-1041, 334-687- The road will be DOOR JACKSON advertise in the
20,200 miles. Below LEXUS - SC 400, 4.0 Oldsmobile'95 Cut Yamaha '07 VStar classified ready. $12,50 0 334- 5835 closed until October COUNTY COURT- newspaper that
Book. One6Owner. V8, Runs great! Looks lass SL, all pwr, AC, 1300 Tour, fuel inject- (850) 526-3614 3368 Toyota 02 Tundra 23, 2009. Detour in- HOUSE MARIANNA ches the riht
Call 632-0144 good! Leather int., candy apple red, new-ed custom seat's, 807792557 6000.held TRDw/boilerex- formation and signs FLORIDA at 11:00AM, reaches tie right
Buick '94 Century, 12cd changer, cold motor, perfect (800) 779-2557 Lilliston 6000, field haust, silver, excel- will be posted to di- on the 26TH day of people, right
T 132k miles, dark jade, ac, new tires, moon condition. $2500 cruise control, load- - -:. ready, shelter kept. lent condition rect traffic around October, 2009, the
runs good, $1500. roof, wheels, full pwr MUST SEE! 334-648- ed, 5K., Like new! | ' a xa $1000. 334-347-4283 $12,500.850-209- the work area. following described where they live.
794-4964 790-6688 $5,500., 239-464-0985 5817 $7,450., 334-714-4001 or 334-447-2572 5659/209-1696

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