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

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Times-courier (Marianna, Fla. : 1947)
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BY SARA BLUMENTHAL
FL.o\IDAN CORRESI'ON DENT
Tempers flared as a last-minute
addition to Snead's special meet-
ing Tuesday night almost had the
city's police chief turning in his
keys.
Near the end of the meeting,
council president Mike Weeks
read a letter from the Florida
League of Cities suggesting the
council put McAlpin on adminis-
trative leave with pay, because of
an ongoing Florida Department
of Law Enforcement investiga-
tion regarding McAlpin.
"What is the urgency of this? I
don't get this, where this is com-
ing from? This comes as a shock
to me," Chief John "Burt"
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STAFF REPORT
Marianna police
have arrested a
man who allegedly -
attacked a Sonic
employee and
robbed him of
change he was James L.
attempting to give Gordon II
to a customer.
According to a news release
from the Marianna Police
Department, officers were called
out to Sonic Drive In on
Lafayette Street at 9:22 p.m.
Monday.
The officers spoke with the vic-
tim, who said he was making
change for a customer when one
of the suspects snatched an undis-
closed amount of money from his
hands and fled.
The employee chased the sus-
pect to the parking lot of
Arrowhead Camper sales, where
the employee caught the suspect
and a struggle ensued, according
to police.
According to information the
employee gave police, a second
suspect then attacked the employ-
ee from behind, and both suspects
escaped on a motorcycle parked
in Arrowhead's parking lot.
The employee received minor
injuries.
The suspect was later stopped
on his motorcycle by a patrol offi-
cer, and fled.
The officer made a traffic stop
on a motorcycle late Monday
night, according to police. The
driver matched the description
broadcast about the earlier rob-
bery at Sonic. During the traffic
stop the suspect, James Lewis
Gordon II, fled on foot and was
able to elude capture.
However, the officer compared
the owner's registration on the
motorcycle to the registered
owner's driver's license photo,
and confirmed the suspect as
James Lewis Gordon II.
That same night, members of
the suspects family spoke with
Gordon and convinced him to
turn himself in to local law
enforcement, according to
Marianna police.
Gordon was taken into custody '
without incident at the Jackson
County. Sheriff's Office. He was
charged with robbery by sudden
snatching, and was taken to the
Jackson County Corrections
Facility to await first appearance.
The second suspect is still at
large.


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State rests, defense begins


Medical Examiner Michael Hunter describes the trajectory of the bullet that killedDanielle
Baker. - Mark Skinner./ Floridan


BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FI ORIDAN SI,'IA WRIFEI
The state rested its case at lunch Tuesday in
the quadruple murder trial of Wesley
Jonathan Williams.
Williams is accused of killing ex-girlfriend
Danielle Baker and her three young sons, two
of which he fathered.
On Williams' behalf, defense lawyer
Walter Smith says his client has no knowl-
edge of the crime.
But in an alleged unrecorded statement,
Williams reportedly told the sheriff of Bay
County in late 2007 or early 2008 that he was
present when Danielle Baker and her sons
were killed, but that he did not participate. He
also allegedly said he knew who did kill the
family and could prove it.
Bay County Sheriff Frank McKeithen testi-
fied about that conversation Tuesday morn-
ing.
Lt. Joe Smiley, who works for McKeithen,
also testified that Williams allegedly said
something similar to him before talking to the
sheriff.
Although Williams had been read his
Miranda rights just before he allegedly made
the statement to McKeithen, neither the sher-
iff nor Smiley recordedtheir interviews with
Williams.
Smith pressed McKeithen about why the
statement was not recorded. McKeithen said
he considered it a "pre-interview" when he
started talking to Williams that day, and was
focused on trying to get more information
See DEFENSE, Page 7A 0


Bay County Sheriff Frank McKeithen testifies
about unrecorded interviews he had with
Wesley Jonathan Williams. - Mark
Skinner / Floridan


Holmes County seeks info on church, vehicle thieves


STAFF REPORT
Law enforcement in Holmes County is
seeking the public's help as it investigates a
number of thefts from churches in the county,
as well as a series of vehicle thefts.
According to a news release from the
sheriff's office, churches in the county have
been targeted as thieves remove air condi-


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tion units and copper lines.
In addition, a Yamaha Raptor ATV and a
Yamaha Rhino utility vehicle were taken
from a farm northwest of Bonifay earlier this
month.
. During the past two weeks, a Kubota trac-
tor with a front end bucket and an
International bush hog were also stolen from
another location in that area.


The sheriff's office said in a news release
Tuesday that in both cases, a $1,000 reward is
being offered for information leading to the
recovery of the stolen items and the arrest of
those responsible.
Anyone who has information on either set
of crimes can call the Holmes County
Sheriff's Office at 547-3681, or Holmes
County CrimeStoppers at 1-866-689-8477.


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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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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
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postage paid at Marianna, Fla.
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publisher shall not be liable for
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-
ment. This newspaper will not
knowingly accept or publish illegal
material of any kind. Advertising
which expresses preference based
on legally protected personal char-
acteristics is not acceptable.
How to get your
news published
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publish news of general interest free
of charge. Submit your news or
Community Calendar events via e-
mail, fax, mail, or hand delivery.
Fees may apply for. wedding,
engagement, anniversary and birth
announcements. Forms are avail-
able at the Floridan offices.
Photographs must be of good qual-
ity and suitable for print. The
Floridan reserves the right to edit all
submissions.


Getting it
Right!

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


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 482-7997.
* 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 meet-
ing Wednesdays, noon to 1 p.m., at the First
United Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna. Meet in the AA room.

October 1 - Thursday
* Covenant Hospice offers its free monthly
support group for caregivers of Alzheimer's
the first Thursday of every month, 9 to 10
a.m. at the Marianna office, 4440 Lafayette
St., across from the. courthouse. Light
refreshments will be served. Registration
required; call 482-8520 or 888-817-2191.
* The Covenant Hospice free monthly sup-
port group for caregivers of Alzheimer's
meets 10-11 a.m. at 4440 Lafayette St. in the
old Danley Building across from the court-
house, on the first Thursday of every month.
No cost. Registration required. Light refresh-
ments served. Call 482-8520 or (888) 817-
2191.
* The Panhandle Area Health Network
Community Advisory Council meets at 11:30
a.m. in Jackson Hospital's cafeteria class-
room. Those concerned about quality of
health education/care in Jackson, Calhoun,
Liberty, Washington and/or Holmes County is
welcome. Dutch-treat meal from cafeteria
selections. Call 482-7671.
* The Florida School Boards Association is
conducting master board training for Jackson
County School Board members and the
superintendent of schools, 4-8 p.m. in the
Bank of Jackson County in Graceville.
** Ted Walt VFW Post 12046 meets at 6 p.m.
in the old seniors' building. Call 272-6084.
* The William Dunaway Chapter, Florida
Society, Sons of the American Revolution
meets at Jim's Buffet and Grill, with the Dutch
treat meal at 6:30 p.m. Guest speaker: Retired
Air Force Major Lucious B.. "Cap" Pooser.
Anyone interested in the SAR is welcome. Call
594-6664.


* Grieving Parents Support Group meets
the first Thursday of each month, at 7 p.m., in
the Eastside Baptist Church Fellowship Hall.
Anyone experiencing grief due to the loss of a
child, regardless of the age-of the child, is
welcome. Refreshments provided. Call 526-
5618 or 573-0535.
* Alcoholics Anonymous meets Thursdays
for a "closed discussion," 8 to 9 p.m., at the
First United Methodist .Church, 2901
Caledonia St., Marianna. Meet in the AA
room. Attendance is limited to persons with a
desire to stop drinking.

October 2 - Friday
* Jackson County Chamber of Commerce
First Friday Power Breakfast and Speaker
Series is 7-8:45 a.m. in the Jackson County
Agriculture Conference Center, 2741
Pennsylvania Ave., -Marianna. Speaker C.
Marvin Scott, president, Superior Bancorp
and Superior Bank, will discuss "The Banking
Industry: The mess it's in, and what's being
done to fix it."
* The Southeastern Community Blood
Center mobile unit will be at the Chipley Wal-
Mart, 10 a.m.-2 p.m., or you can donate blood
at the center, 2503 Commercial Park Drive in
Marianna, Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 6
p.m. Call 526-4403.
* The Jackson County Development Council
Inc. offers the technical and educational
workshop, Steps to Starting a Small
Business, 1-4 p.m. in the Nearing Court Office
Building Upstairs Conference Room, 2840
Jefferson St., Marianna. Cost: $15 per per-
son, due in advance. Reservations required;
call 526-4005. Registration closes at 5 p.m.,
two days before class.
* Alcoholics Anonymous has an open meet-
ing Fridays, 8 to 9 p.m., at the First United
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna. Meet in the AA room.

October 3 - Saturday
* 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 482-7997.
* Blountstown's Panhandle Pioneer
Settlement celebrates its 20th anniversary at
3 p.m. with a special ceremony, mass com-


munity choir and country buffet meal. Visit
www.ppmuseum.org, or call 850-674-2777.
* Alcoholics Anonymous has an open meet-
ing Saturdays, 4:30 to 5:30 p.m., at the First
United Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna. Meet in,the AA room.
* The Jackson County Farmers' Market is
open Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays,
6:30 a.m. until all fresh produce is sold out, in
the courthouse parking lot in Marianna. The
market is a state certified farmers' market
accepting FMNP/WIC and Elder affairs
coupons.

October 4 - Sunday
* The McClain family reunion starts at 10
a.m. in the Alford Community Center. Bring
bats and gloves for the ball tourney; and gifts
for the ticket table. Call 482-6651 or 209-
9239.
* There will be a Project Graduation meet-
ing for parents of Sneads High School sen-
iors, 2:30 p.m. in the SHS library.
* The Irene V. Blaine Memorial Scholarship
committee will have a program at Magnolia
A.M.E. Church, 3802 Missouri Road,.
Marianna, at 3 p.m. The Rev. Steve Marshall
will speak, and the first scholarship recipient
will be announced. Refreshments served.

October 5 - Monday
* The Sneads Carlisle Rose Garden Club
meets at the Log Cabin in Sneads for its reg-
ular meeting. Business meeting at.10 a.m.,
followed by a Dutch treat lunch at Pappy
Tom's.
* The Southeastern Community Blood
Center mobile unit will be at Movie Gallery in
Marianna, 11 a.m.-3 p.m., or you can donate
blood at the center, 2503 Commercial Park
Drive in Marianna, Monday through Friday, 9
a.m. to 6 p.m. Call 526-4403.
* The board of AARP Chapter No. 3486
meets at 1:30 p.m. in the Marianna library.
* The Jackson County Democratic Party
meets at 6 p.m. in the Jackson County Board
of Commissioners' offices. Call 482-5943 or
482-4220.
* Marianna High Sqhool Senior Scholarship
Night is 5:30-6:30'p.m. in the media center.
* Alcoholics Anonymous has an open meet-
ing each Monday, from 8 to 9 p.m., at the First
United Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna. Meet in the AA room.


POLICE ROUNDUP


MARIANNA POLICE
The Marianna Police
Department listed the fol-
lowing incidents, for Sept.
28, the latest available
report: Two traffic acci-
dents, two
suspicious T_--/-
vehicles, one Y-__r=_
suspicious -'-"-
incident, two CIRIM ME
reportsofill- 4 4-
ness, five
disturbances, one strong-
arm robbery, two larceny
complaints, one civil dis-
pute, one animal com-
plaint, one flim/flam inci-
dent, three assists of other


agencies, two public serv-
ice calls, one warrant
served, 13 traffic stops and
one misdemeanor battery.

JACKSON COUNTY
SHERIFF'S OFFICE
The Jackson County
Sheriff's Office listed the
following incidents' for
Sept. 28, the latest avail-
able report: One aban-
doned vehicle, one assist
of another agency, four
civil disputes, two crimi-
nal mischief complaints,
one disturbance, one
drunk pedestrian, one fire
call, one escort, three hos-


pice deaths, two larceny
complaints, two prowlers,
one public service call,
one retail theft, one sui-
cide threat, two suspicious
incidents, one threat, 14
traffic stops, three trans-
ports, one trespassing
complain and four warrant
arrests.

JACKSON COUNTY
CORRECTIONAL
FACILITY
The following people
were booked into the
county jail during the lat-
est reporting periods:
- Tommy Amador, 48,


50666 Highway 69,
Greenwood, battery
(domestic violence).
- Gustavo Gonzalez,
52, 3124 Sapp Road, Lot
3, Cottondale, tag
attached . not assigned,
driving while license can-
celled.
- Grady Helms, 27,
5255 Carters Loop, Lot B,
Marianna, interference
with child custody.
- Brandon Sims, 19,
P.O. Box 555815, Camp
Pendledton, Ga., child
abuse.
- Grace Worley. 37, 288
Highway 77, Chipley, vio-


lation of state probation
(grand theft, forgery,
uttering forged instru-
ment).
- Richard Carey, 30,
5262 Twins Lane,
Marianna, violation of
state probation (burglary
of a structure).

JAIL POPULATION:
205

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


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'MedWheels-on-Move' to bring free screenings


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
The "MedWheels-on-the-
Move" program's next stop is
Sneads City Hall Wednesday,
Oct. 7.
The program, underwritten by
Jackson Hospital, provides free,
in-community health care
screenings for glucose and cho-
lesterol.
The program also provides a
clinical health coach, who is
available on a first come, first
served basis.
The health coach is on hand to
help residents learn about their
results and what they .can do to
keep their glucose and choles-
terol under control to avoid heart
attack, stroke and diabetes.
The health screenings and
coach are available from 10 a.m.
to 3 p.m.
According to a 2002 chronic
disease profile, 16.9 percent of
Jackson County residents live
below the poverty line, have no
health insurance coverage, and
no health care provider. The
chronic disease profile of these
individuals is:


* Overweight - 31.70 percent
* Obese - 28.10 percent
* Hypertension - 40.80 percent
* Diabetes - 18.50 percent
* High cholesterol - 43.50 per-
cent
"We have adopted the
American Heart, Association's
'Know Your Numbers' campaign
and localized it to the needs of
Jackson County's residents.
Jackson Hospital Community
Educator Kathryn Jordan said.
"MedWheels-on-the-Move is
how we are bringing free health
screenings and education to our
communities, so they may have
in-hand, front-line information to
protect their health and avoid pre-
ventable health problems."
Jordan issued a challenge to
see which Jackson County com-
munity will have the most partic-
ipation.
At the end of the 2009
MedWheels-on-the-Move
Campaign Trail, the community
having the most participants will
receive recognition as Healthy
Community of the Year.
Check the hospital's Web site
to track each community's partic-


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MedWheels brings a Clinical HealtH Coach and free glucose and cholesterol screenings to Sneads,
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ipation.
support
disease,
disease.


Jackson Hospital hosts
groups for Parkinson's
cancer and chronic lung


For more information about the
hospital's free health classes and
events, contact Kathryn Jordan at
718-2661.


On the Net:
www.jacksonhosp. com
www.americanheart. org


SHS students shine at Girls State


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
Each summer, approximately
20,000 young women participate-in
Girls State sessions across the nation.
At Girls State, "citizens" study local,
county and state government process-
es. After arriving at Girls State, the
,citizens are divided into two political
parties to gain knowledge about the
operation of a two-party system.
This year, the two young ladies
chosen to represent Sneads High
School were Courtney Austin, daugh-
ter of Kim 'Austin, and Courtney
Rogers, daughter of Joe and Brenda
Rogers, all of Sneads. The girls were
chosen by the local American Legion
Auxiliary Unit based on the submis-
sion of an application and an essay.
They were treated, to eight days of
training in the practical processes of
good citizenship in Tallahassee,.
where,they worked in the House of


Courtney Austin
Representatives. While there, each
girl had to submit an application and
essay for the "2+2" scholarship. Each
girl was also interviewed at the con-
vention.
The busy week concluded with the


Courtney Rogers


governor's dinner, where it was
announced that Courtney Austin had
been.chosen to receive the 2+2 schol-
arship. She was the only girl out of
five to be chosen from the Florida
Panhandle.


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from him. Not anticipating that
Williams would offer his statement
regarding the slaying, McKeithen
said, he hadn't brought a tape
recorder with him to the room and
didn't subsequently arrange for one.
The testimony from McKeithen
and Smiley came near the end of the
morning's testimony.
Their appearances were brief, with
little other supporting information
about the interviews.
Prosecutor Larry Basford called
one more witness - Medical
Examiner Michael Hunter - before
resting his part of the case. Hunter
showed jurors the path the bullet took
through Baker's head. Fired from
close range, anywhere from two inch-
es to two feet, he said, the bullet
entered just above her left ear and
traveled in a downward angle toward
the back of her head.
Hunter also confirmed earlier testi-
mony that Baker's sons all died from
suffocation because of the duct tape
that had been wrapped in several lay-
ers around their heads.
Jurors, for the first time in the trial,
saw pictures Tuesday of the chil-
dren's faces and bodies after the duct
tape had been removed. The photos
discoloration caused by the pressure
of the tape and by a chemical agent.
The state contends the children were
doused with bleach in the course of
the crime.
Smith started his defense after the
lunch break.
He called a number of people who
described Williams as a caring father
who got along well with Baker and
the other women with whom he
shared children.
Jessica Godwin
was pregnant with
Williams' daughter
at the time of the
slaying. She said
they'd spent some
time together the
day before the
killings, which
Jessica occurred in the early
Godwin morning hours of
March 17, 2005.
She said she met Williams at Wal-
Mart on March 16 of that year. While
the Wal-Mart auto crew put tires on a
car that belonged to Williams' live-in
girlfriend, Bridgette Kelly, Godwin
and Williams had lunch together at a
Nearby restaurant, Godwin testified.
A few weeks earlier, Godwin said,
Williams had spent a little more than
$200 on baby supplies for the child
she was expecting, and acknowl-
edged the baby was his. He also
planned to help her after the child
was born, she said.
Godwin also testified that Kelly
knew she was pregnant with
Williams' child, and that Baker also
knew. Godwin said Williams wasn't
upset about that shared information,
and also didn't complain about
potentially having to pay child sup-
port to Baker.
The state has suggested the burden
of child support as a possible motive
in its case against Williams.
In cross-examining Godwin,
Basford drew her testimony about a
specific aspect of a conversation she
and Williams had before they parted
company on March 16.
Williams had followed her to the
road leading to her house, beeping his
car horn goodbye before he drove
away.
Godwin said Williams told her
before he left that she may not be able
to reach him for the rest of that day.
She didn't remember if he told her
what he'd.be doing that would pre-
vent her from reaching him.
Basford pointed out that Williams'
phone records indicate Godwin had
S tried five times to reach him after
they parted on March 16. She said she
didn't remember talking to him dur-
ing those evening hours she'd tried to
call, between'6 p.m. and midnight,
according to the state.
Godwin's mother, Vicky Godwin,
also testified Tuesday, saying that
Williams seemed like a man willing


Erupts


McAlpin said.
On Sept. 15, FDLE conducted a
probable cause hearing into allega-
tions of official misconduct by
McAlpin. in his investigation of a
sexual molestation. case. In January
2008, the governor directed FDLE to
investigate McAlpin for allegedly
attempting in January 2007 to get a
victim to recant her allegations of
sexual molestation against a suspect.
The suspect was allegedly a friend
of McAlpin.
The complaint also said that
McAlpin allegedly made conflicting
statements when asked about the
case. No criminal charges were filed,
but McAlpin is still under investiga-
tion on administrative charges of wit-
ness tampering, and perjury not in an
official proceeding.
McAlpin became angry when the
matter was brought up during the
public meeting Tuesday, believing
the matter was still confidential.
"I don't appreciate it being aired.
The town attorney knows that this is
a confidential matter. The town
manger knows this is a confidential
matter. You as the council president
should know that this is a confiden-
tial matter," McAlpin said.'
The city attorney Guy Green
agreed it was not public record.
T "You shouldn't be bringing this
up," Green said.


Defendant Wesley Jonathan Williams talks with attorney Walter Smith dur-
ing a recess Tuesday afternoon. - Mark Skinner / Floridan


to bear responsibilities for his chil-
dren. She confirmed her daughter's
story about the February shopping
spree, in which she said Williams
bought "a closetful" of things for the
baby, everything a newborn would
need.
In addition to the two boys he
shared with Baker, and the one
daughter with Godwin, Williams has
three children with Bridgette Kelly.
The state, in its presentation, con-
tended that Williams was not only
upset about the child support he
might have to pay Baker, he was also
angry with her revealing his relation-
ships. with Kelly and Godwin to
another woman in his life, who lived
in Bristol. Williams had visied that
woman on the Sunday prior to the
killings, witnesses had earlier testi-
fied, and Baker had made some
phone calls which revealed his other
relationships.
The state has argued that this was
another possible motive in the
killings, and offered witnesses who
acknowledged that Williams had
been angry about that. However,
some of those witnesses said he
appeared to shake that anger off
quickly.
Smith also called Shonja West,
who said she did not witness any
argument herself.
In cross-examination, Basford
recalled West's earlier statement to
police that she'd heard a theory from
someone else that Williams was
angry because he wanted to claim the
children on his taxes, and Baker
wouldn't let him.
Smith also called Ruthie Stephens
to the stand. Bridgette Kelly's grand-
mother, Stephens said she had often
babysat Baker and Williams' older
son Ahmaad, the oldest child killed.
Early in the child's life, she said,
Williams and Kell) would bring
Ahmaad to her and that Williams
seemed to care about his son very
much. She also said Bridgette, Baker
and Williams got along well.
Stephens and Baker knew each
other well enough that Baker once
asked her to claim Ahmaad on her
income tax, the witness said.
Stephens said she agreed to do so and
that it resulted in a tax refund.
Stephens said she then gave Baker
$1,000 of the $2,000 or $3,000
refund she received.
Smith also called Voncille Heatrice
Williams. Not related to Wesley
Williams, Voncille knew Baker
because the young mother was
involved in Healthy Families, a pro-
gram. Heatrice-Williams served as a
family support worker.. She testified
that Baker spoke often and favorably
of Wesley Williams and that Baker
had even. visited him and his girl-
friend, Bridgette, at their home.


However, FDLE had released the
proceeding to the public; the charges
and initial investigation are public
record.
Weeks said it did not matter, since
he was not bringing up the details of
the legal proceeding, just the sugges-
tion of the League of Cities. Under
the proposed administrative action,
McAlpin would hand in his keys,
badge and car. He would not act in
any.official capacity and would not
be allowed at the police department
until the case was concluded.
"I have a town to take care of here.
Who is going to lead my men?"
McAlpin said.
When Weeks made the suggestion.
members of the crowd, which had
come to support the Landing Bar and
Grille that was discussed earlier,
became loud, voicing opposition and'
saying the police chief was the best
one the city had.
Many members of the audience
called for town manager's Ed
Kilpatrick's resignation.
McAlpin became even more
enraged when Kilpatrick pointed out
the legal matter was public record.
McAlpin left the meeting to get a
document which said it was confi-
dential.
"I have done no wrong. I have had
wrongs done to me." McAlpin said.
Kilpatrick left the meeting to get


In his cross-examination of
Heatrice-Williams, Basford asked her
.about the morning Baker's body and
those of her children were found in
their dwelling at Cottondale Village
Apartments. Heatrice-Williams said
she reached out to Wesley when she
saw him in the crowd at the apartment
complex, and couldn't tell whether
he'd been told about the children's
deaths. She said she escorted him to
the temporary police command center
set up in the apartment complex,
telling then-Marianna Police Chief
Lou Roberts, "I don't think he,
knows."
Smith also called an inmate to the
stand who hinted that someone else
might have a motive in the killing.
The inmate testified that he'd gone
to Miami with a man Baker knew.
That man, he said, owed a drug sup-
plier some money for the cocaine he
bought on the trip.
In cross-examining this witness,
Basford got the inmate'to admit that,
-as far as he knew, Baker and the man
he named were not long-time
acquaintances, and that the man had-
n't spent a lot of time at her:home -
not enough so that someone looking
for him might go to her apartment in
an attempt to find him.
SSmith also called Demetrius
Barnes, the father of Aaron Baker.
Aaron, at three weeks, was the
youngest of the three children killed.
In cross-examining Barnes,
Basford elicited testimony that,
before a paternity test confirmed that
he was Aaron's father, Baker had told
him that the father of her first son,
Ahmaad, might be the father of the
new baby. Williams is the father of
Amhaad, nearly four when he was
killed, and of one-year-old Amarion,
who was also killed.
Smith also called to the stand the
director of a private lab who exam-
ined DNA found in glove tips that
were attached to the tape used to bind
Amarion.
The witness, Candy Zuleger, said
her lab found evidence of two male
contributors, which did not match
Williams' DNA. The FDLE lab had
only found one male contributor,
which also did not match Williams.
Smith also called workers from
McDaniel's grocery store,. where
Williams Was working in March
2005. They testified that Williams
came to work on schedule March 17
and that nothing seemed amiss in his
manner.
When he got a call that something
had happened to Baker, Williams left.
On his way out, one of the workers
said he commented that he hoped the
children were all right.
* Testimony is set to resume at 9 a.m
today, and the trial is expected to con-
clude Thursday or Friday.


Continued From Page 1A


his documentation, and then sat in
the audience, away from the table
where he had been sitting next to
McAlpin.
After McAlpin showed the letter to
the council members, Kilpatrick
asked to address the council.
McAlpin and Kilpatrick began to yell
loudly at each other. Weeks and
Green told both of the men to calm
down.
"We have to have cooperation
between you two," Weeks said.
Kilpatrick replied that was not pos-
sible.
"The situation with Chief McAlpin
has created a hostile work environ-
ment. This situation cannot continue.
His behavior has been unprofession-
al.' Kilpatrick said. "I am asking you
to help. If you can't help me with
this, maybe I don't need to be work-
ing here."
However, the other council mem-
bers did not want act until the admin-
istrative case against McAlpin had
been concluded.
"I withhold judgement," council
member Greg Lewis said.
Instead, the council hastily
adjourned the meeting without tak-
ing any action.
"I think the council is making a
serious mistake." Kilpatrick said of
the council's decision to take no
action.


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Clinton Theo Cox, 84, of
Basconi passed away on
Monday, Sept. 28, 2009, in
his home. He was a native
of Jackson County and a
member of the Circle Hill
Baptist Church.
Mr. Cox traveled the
world during his 30-year
career in the Navy. He
served as a master at arms,
a flight deck crew chief on
the aircraft carriers U.S.S.
Saratoga, U.S.S. Kearsarge
and the U.S.S. Shangrila,
and a crash and salvage in-
structor. He was a veteran
of World War II and retired
in 1963, after having re-
ceived numerous
commendations. He re-
turned to Bascom and
worked for 20 years with
the Department of Correc-.
tions at ACI before retiring
a second time.
He was preceded in
death by his parents,
Charles and Ola-Avery Cox;
"sisters, Daisy Bassett and
Lizzie George; and broth-
ers, Thomas Cox, Leroy
Cox, Eugene Cox and C.W.
Cox.
Survivors include his lov-
ing wife of 58 years, Pearl
Cox of Bascom; son Dale A.
Cox of Bascom; daughter
Sandra Donaldson of
Montgomery, Ala.; brother
Alfred Cox and wife Shar-
on, of Bascom; sisters Em-
ma Lou White of
Bainbridge, Ga., and Ruby
Lee Anderson of Marianna;
grandchildren William Cox
of Bascom, Alan Cox of
Troy, Ala., and Clint Do-
naldson of Atlanta; sisters-
in-law Merle Miller of
Bascom, and Millie Floyd
and husband Roland, of
Tallahassee; brother-in-law
Ronald Bassett of Joliet,
Mont.; and a host of nieces
and nephews.
The graveside funeral
service will be Wednesday,


Sept. 30, at 4 p.m., with the
Revs. John Holley and
Monroe Campbell officiat-
ing.' Interment to follow in
the Circle Hill Cemetery.
The family received
friends Tuesday, Sept. 29,
in the Marianna Chapel
Funeral Home, from 5 to 7
p.m.
Donations may be made
to Circle Hill Cemetery
Fund, 7170 Circle Hill
Road, Sneads, FL 32460; or
Covenant Hospice, 4440
Lafayette St., Suite C, Ma-
riannra, FL 32446.
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2009, in Jackson Hospital.
Mrs. Smith was a native
of Marianna and was a
member of the Friendship
Missionary Baptist Church,
where she served as a dea-
coness.
She retired . from
J.CA.R.C. Senior Program
as the director.
Funeral services will be
Saturday, Oct. 3, 11 a.m. at
the Second West Baptist
Association Church, with
the Revs. Claude Holden,
George Williams, William
Harvey and Daryl Johnson
officiating. Interment will
be in the Pleasant Hill
Cemetery, Grand Ridge.
Vann Funeral Home is in
charge.
Mrs. Smith will lie in re-
pose at the'church from 10
a.m. until time for the serv-
ice.
The family will receive
friends at Vann Funeral
Home, Friday, Oct. 2, from
5:30 to 6:30 p.m.
She leaves to cherish her
precious memories hus-
band Eddie Smith Jr. of
Marianna; three daughters,
Gloria Bess and husband
Howard, and Charese M.
Smith, both of Marianna,
and Sonia Yolanda Smith
of Quincy; one sister, Lizzie
Harvey of Tallahassee;
three brothers, the Rev.
William Harvey and wife
Pat, Thomas Harvey Sr.
and Raymond Harvey, all
of Marianna; and six
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Hornets,
By DUSTIN KENT
FL.ORIDAN SPORis EDITOR
The Cottondale Hornets and Chipley
Tigers will each be looking for their first
victory of 2009 when they hook up Friday
night in Cottondale.
The Hornets (0-4) are coming off of a
39-16 loss to FAMU in their district debut.
The Tigers (0-3) were open last week after
dropping a 6-3 heartbreaker to
Blountstown Sept. 18.
Chipley is coached by former Marianna
head man Rob Armstrong, who is anxious
to get his first win as the Tigers'.coach.
All three of the Tigers' losses have been
to quality opponents in Blountstown,
Vernon and Wewa, but Armstrong said
that's no consolation for him or his play-
ers.
"They're all three pretty good, but that
makes you feel worse," the coach said.
"We played hard and the stats were good,
but the one stat that counts wasn't good."
The Hornets have been battling through
a flu bug that seems to have finally worked
its way out of the locker room, much to
coach Mike Melvin's delight.
"We're only' missing two kids right now,
so we're ecstatic about that," the coach
said. "(Monday practice) was great to be
able to look around and see almost all of
your guys and be able to run plays against
each other team-wise.
"You look at being 0-4, you never want
to make excuses, but the flu is definitely
an excuse. Anybody who has had it knows
exactly what I'm talking about."
A healthy Hornets squad can now turn
its attention to trying to beat their neigh-
bors to the west in a game sure to be filled
with emotion and intensity on both sides.
"They're just 10 miles down the road, so
there's a lot of excitement," Melvin said.
"A lot of the kids know each other, some
of them are related. The kids seem to be
excited and ready to get after it."
Armstrong said his side was looking
forward to Friday every bit as much as the
Hornets.
"You can forget about what our records


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Tigers look for first win


Cottondale quarterback Nick Jackson (21) looks to make a play after taking, snap during a game against the FAMU Baby
Rattlers Sept. 25 in Cottondale. The Hornets host Chipley Friday night at 7 p.m' - Mark Skinner/Floridan


are," the Tigers coach said. "It's right
down the road, our kids know theirs and
theirs know ours, so it's going to be tough
going over there and getting a win."
After watching film on the Hornets,
Armstrong said that there were two play-
ers in particular who jumped out at him in


each game: quarterback/receiver Nick
Jackson and running back Dominique
Webb.
S"The Jackson kid is a good player. Him
and Webb, they've made some big plays in
every game I've seen," Armstrong said.
"You've got to know where they are at all


times. Cottondale does a good job moving
those guys around and figuring out a way
to get them the ball."
Melvin said he was well-aware of the
kind of game to expect from an
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Lady Bulldogs take two of

three over Holmes County


Marianna's Tiffany Lawrence (21) sets a ball, while a'nd Hali Stout
looks on during a match against Holmes County Monday night in
Marianna. - Mark Skinner/Floridan


BY SHELIA MADE
FLORIDAN CORRESPONDENT
The Marianna High School
Lady Bulldogs volleyball team
won two of their three matches
on Monday evening as they host-
ed the Holmes County Lady Blue
Devils.
The freshman team lost 2-1 in
the best of three games, with the
junior varsity sweeping the best
of three in their match.
The varsity were not to be out-
done by the JV, as they swept
three games to take the match.
In freshman action, the Lady
Bulldogs took it to overtime in
game one with a 25-24 win
before falling in the next two
games, 25-23 and 15-11.
Porsha Morgan led the team
with nine serves and fives aces
followed by Desiree Walker with
five serves and two aces.
The junior varsity took game
one 25-20, before dominating
game two 25-6.
Hannah Shouppe led the team
with 17 service points and eight
aces while Courtney Massengill
and Taylor Blount both recorded
six serves and two aces.
Whitney Lipford had five
serves with two aces. It was
Haden Searcy who led the team
with five kills, followed by
Christina Wynn with four kills.
In varsity action, it was all
Marianna in game one, 25-14.
Michelle Bassin got the Lady


Bulldogs going with a 2-0 lead
before Bonifay picked up their
first point of the game.
Cayce Griffin and Tiffany
Lawrence combined to make it a
9-3 game before they turned it
over to Meghan Hinson, who had
three serves to give Marianna a
12-4 lead.
Bassin put together seven con-
secutive serves to put the game
out of reach.
In game two's 25-12 win,
Holmes County opened up with a
2-0 lead, but it was short lived.
With Griffin at the line, the
Lady Bulldogs pulled away 6-2
before Lawrence took over to
make it 11-4.
With an 11-5 lead, Hinson
went to the line mounted a 17-5
lead. Sharhae Williams ended the
game at 25-12 with one of her
five kills on the night.
in game three, the Lady
Bulldogs controlled the game and
had a comfortable 20-9 lead
before allowing the Lady Blue
Devils back in the game.
Marianna held on to win 25-19.
Leading Marianna in serves
was Hinson with 19 service
points and 10 aces, followed by
Griffin with 16 serves and two
aces.
Bassin was on the board with
10 serves and three aces, fol-
lowed by Eron Milton with nine
serves and four aces.
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Tigers try to make it two in a row


BY DUSTIN KENT
FI.ORIIAN SPORTS EDITOR
After getting on the board
with their first win, the
Graceville Tigers will take on a
bigger challenge Friday in
Blountstown.
The Tigers defeated Franklin
County 26-0 Sept. 25 to move to
1-3 on the season. They play
host to Blountstown (3-0)
Friday night at 7 p.m.
Blountstown is coming off of
a 39-27 win over Wewahitchka,
and Graceville coach Todd
Wertenberger said the visiting
Tigers will present a major chal-
lenge for his team physically.
"They're bigger, stronger and
faster than us," the coach said.
"They played real good the first
week, they were down a little bit
the second week, and last week
they played really ,well.
Hopefully, it will be a down
week for them.
"But they're pretty good.
They've got a lot of kids who
can run well and they tackle
extremely well."
Blountstown took a 27-7 win
over Sneads in the opening
week of the season, then nar-
rowly defeated Chipley 6-3 in
the second game.
Wertenberger said he thinks
the offensive attack
Blountstown had in its first and
third games is closer to what his
team will see.
"Offensively, they can make d
lot of plays. "Their quarterback,
fullback and wide receiver can
all take it to the house at any


Graceville's Jeremy Watford runs with the football in a game
against Marianna earlier this season. - Floridan File Photo


time. It's hard to contain them
all.
"When you've got all the
components of offense like that,
it doesn't matter what you run. It
puts a lot of pressure on a
defense, which is probably why
they're 3-0 right now."


For Graceville, the strength so
far this season has been defense,
with the Tigers holding the
Marianna attack in check before
shutting'out the Seahawks.
However, the offense carried
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Sneads Baseball Bow
Shoot
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-, sec-
ond-. and third-place
prizes awarded.
, Contact Greg
Beauchamp at 693-1417
or Karen Hall at 573-
9410 for more informa-
tion.

Girl Scouts Fall
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The Girl Scout
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Panhandle's (GSCFP)
annual Fall Product sale
is now underway. Girl
Scouts from across the
19 counties of the
Panhandle are taking
preorders through Oct.
12; delicious nuts and
candy-products are avail-
able for purchase
through Nov. 13.
The Fall Product pro-
gram is an important part
of Girl Scouting.' Just
like Girl Scout Cookies,
the Fall Product sale is a
literacy program that
teaches girls about the
world of business includ-
ing: setting and achiev-
ing goals, and working as
a team. In addition to
selling nuts and candy,
girls have the opportuni-
ty to participate in the
QSP Time Inc. program.
Through 'this program
girls earn money for their
troop .by selling maga-
zine subscriptions and
renewals, often with sav-
ings up to 85 percent off
newsstand prices.
The Girl * Scout
Council of the Florida
Panhandle invites girls
from kindergarten to
twelfth grade, to join the
adventure and empower
themselves through
courage, confidence and
.character, to .make, the
.world a better place.
Currently, .the council
serves 7,150 girls and
2,400 volunteers across
19 counties of the
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Armstrong-coached team.
"You know it's going to'
be a physical game," the
coach said. "You can tell;
that they work hard and get
after it. I know they want to
try. to whip us if they get the
opportunity."
Chipley runs Armstrong's
wing-T offense, but the
Tigers have yet to find the
offensive groove that their
coach is looking for.
"We haven't scored'a lot
of points, but I think
they've .picked it up pretty
good," the coach said.
"When I got here, one of the
main things was to make
sure they knew what to do,
and I think they do. But
learning all of the adjust-
ments you have to make on
the run has been tough
because they haven't done
it for very long. But it's
coming along.
"We've just got to take
advantage of our opportuni-
ties. We left too many
points on the board, so
when we've got those
chance, we've got to find a
way to get points on the
board."
For his team, Melvin said
there aren't many adjust-
ments needed, just sharper
and more consistent execu-


tion.
"We've just got to keep
working and get better," the
coach said' "Some of the
problems we've had, we've
addressed those, and I hope
they're rectified.
"But we just have to play
to get better each week.
We're playing a lot of
young kids, and they're
going to make mistakes. We
just have to grow up."
A win over Chipley
would be a good place to
start, but Melvin said he
knows it won't be easy.
"I know they're hungry
for a win," he said. "I hope
we're- hungrier."


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In spikes, it was Hinson
in the lead with nine and
four kills, followed by
Williams with eight spikes
and five kills:
Ciara Ham had six spikes
and two kills with Bassin on
her heals with six spikes'
and one kill.
Williams led with two
blocks; followed by Ham
and Hinson with one block
each. Bassin led the team in
assists with 18 while
Hinson had 17.
The Lady Bulldogs were
scheduled to travel to Altha
Tuesday night.
. Results of those games
were not available at press
time.


Tigers
Continued From Page 1B


its weight for perhaps the first time
this season against Franklin County,
rushing for nearly 300 yards as
freshman quarterback Jacky Miles
made his first start.
: Miles rushed for 98,yards and a
touchdown.
But Wertenberger said the elevat-
ed-play of the offense was a result of
a better team performance, while
also being aided by the return of
starting offensive tackle Heath
Plybon.
"Jacky played really well, but you
have to go to the fact that the whole
team played well," the coach said.
"We had a lot of kids who did better
in that game. The offensive line
blocked better. Plybon helped open
up some holes, Solomon Cody
played tailback and safety and he


had the best game of his life, Jeremy.
Watford had a great game, Leron
Hoover as well.
"You had all those kid working
together, from the-offensive line to
everybody in the backfield, that's
what it's about. That's teamwork.
That's what we emphasize."
While the first two losses of the
season left a sour taste in the Tigers'
mouths, Wertenberger said that the
win has not changed their disposi-
tion or approach to Friday night.
"We always try to forget the last
ballgame, win or lose, then take care
of our responsibilities for Friday
night," the coach said.
"We get it out of our system and
head to the next game. I think the
feeling (of winning) is good on
Saturday and Sunday, but on


Monday you come back to work."
Wertenberger did say the team's
performance against Franklin
County was encouraging.
However, there's, still one more
step the team has to take, according
to the coach.
."I think we're pretty close, and we
jumped a lot in a week, but until
everybody is going full speed and
doing their job the as well as they
can, it's not what I want,"
Wertenberger said. "We're not satis-
fied until we've got all 11 players
busting their tail on offense to do
their'job. When we do that, I'll be
happy. I hope we get there this.
week."

GHS makes its district debut Oct.
9 against FAMU in Tallahassee.


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Puppies Last Chance to CH/A, $800 + dep. Mar. very clean remodeled, HD/FL, Douglas Rd/Cty Rd
oTeacup to, own a unique one 850-271-0900/258- family of 2, $500 mo ard maint. & water LISTINGI 15. Bank & Tax
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sm Excellent quality EE. Sangaree Oil Street in Marianna, 272-7815/573-1851 residentialfosale (334)677-3308. Arctic C '. 5
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Sd1519 Oak Drive ty d last. 1 Yr I No pets. 850-258- remodeled in Grand 334-798-3352
Lost parents on site tat GARDEN DISTRIT andeposit, Yr lease 1594/638-1171 Iv msg Ridge. Water & sew- Referri Services
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Near Old US Rd. RE- req. 800/mo plus 594-7525 between No pets. 850-592-8129 service companies New 334-793-6305
WARD! 850-573-7399 deoit 6pm-9pm. Owner is 5br/ba Dblwid Farms/Land/Timbe sell lists of available
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LOST: FRednose Pit Terrier mix. tuscaloosagary@gmail.com Broker. $650/mo. Istmo + new, automatic; 614
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850-592-3203 Re- 850-482-3853 2 & 3 BR MH Cotton- 3BR/1BA, 2643 Faney 863-258-2589 after 5p HEADLAND 80 ACRES read contracts thor- 798-2857
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wrPt Unfurnished charloscountryliving. No NPets, $495 + $200 +len okrf i AOl d. co en 3/2, 1500SouFnde to ensure
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e 4868/209-8847 dep 850-718-8158 hardoods. Flat to port, spr. sys, utili- l $1350 6X12 enclosed
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REEtooodhome: town$575/mo +de- 3/1.5 in Marianna Quality homes for tlrolli ty bldg. off 231 S., ters and the an trailer $1900 new
Southem Gentleman Guinea Pig, black & point. 850-482-5134 $675/mo + rent 80-26 homesite. Already $149,900 Neg. cellation policy of cond. 850-447-2859
seeks niceWF50-60 white namedSpike posit. W/mD hkp "Property Mgmti s D as , has well & septic. 334-671-1423 or the contract.
whienaT 6 342 CH/A, W/D "Property Mgmt is Duplexes, Apts, 1500 ft. of wooden 334-791-1423 34 081
forLTR.Loves speed 50-482-4427 Duplex/Triple 850-209-5696 or850- our ONLY Busness Section 8 &Hond'08 Rancher
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Dothan, At 36301 - $575,,MO 850.526 $550 850-209-1265 ed, Kynesville, CH/A, For detas 85055 . 69, Grand make offer3-2 in Honda TRX 300 EX
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erdia se 2Ouple lnrand Iglot inGreenfield 850-638-1703- Realty 699-6767. tom with tons of ac-
Ridge $450 + $450 Subdiv., Mar. 2126 sq Mobile Homes I Brick Home, lac- cessories incl. Red
dep. 850 592-55 1 ft. $1200/mo+dep NO Mobile Homes Parks 2 yr old energy effi- West side Dothai, L.E.D.'s $2,300.0.B.O.
PETS 662-380-3093/ for Rent client hm, Dothan off 2800sf, 3 Ig. BR/3BA, 334-805-0816.
Fruit & Vegetables s/Land/Ti 850-272-1945 Flowers Chapel Rd., mud room w/shower,
SRal at /2 $390/mo 3/2 2 car garage, shop w/garage fire- Yamaha '04 KODIAK
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t Fresh Shelled Peas & home. Blue Springs, $400 + dep.Avai Nice, quiet, Ig yd, wooded bkyd, fenced call for details. $175K condition. $3000.
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Miscellaneous accepting resumes for tht s position, S l a ree s Birds$8-$10, Ceram- ting, white w/blue 2501b max weight $65 OBO 850-482-
Slocate in te Graceville Office. Requires O ic Bells $2,$3 &,$5 flowers/gold trim $55 $300 OBO 850-209- 8018
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Building wired with must have atwo year degree with fie $75850-26-336 board,full or Queen, Maytag "built-in' ladies large short, Line, $75 850-592-
outlets and fluores- eas experience in a business office 850-526-3365 $130 OBO 850-482- type. Only used a few $25. 850-592-2507 3261
cent lights, two win- environment or a four year degree in 2 dressers w/mirrors 8018 times. 850-579-2744 . ou
dows. Building is in business or accounting with three years BE YOUR OWN BOSS $150/ea or $200 for Laminated light oak Skyight doubt le
great shape. Pur- experience. Salary is commensurate with both. 850-415-1641 Christmas Teddy Drafting Machine & flooring 100 sq.ft. $185 d e 43fxed $50
chase price would be experience and education. Send resume 12 midnight to 6 AM. Bears dated by year scales, VemcoV 850-593-9987850-593-9987
2,500, asking $1000 to West Florida Electric Cooperative 2 Wheel Car Dolly, $10 ea. 850-482-5634 Track, sz 37-"x 60" ofa w/ t
serious inquires only Assn, Inc., ATN: PersonnelDepartment, Must have dependable fairly new, 450 850- coffee table $25, 125. 850-592-2507 ld records, small $5, oulot
cll334-797-2 89. su s must rce ive i e transportation, minimum 5end tables $15/ea or Electric Phantom 4 regular $10 850-482- $150 850-415-1641
334-797-2232. o rauille ffi6 Fra t her i n m 300+ Comic Book $40 for all. 850-415- scooter by Electra, 5634
Graceville office Friday, October 9, 2Me9. String Art Ships,
RESTAURANT tables, DRUG FREE WORK PLACE& EUAL liability insurance & Cards $35 850-592- 1641 never riden $375 850- Old trunk, 40's to 50's small20 large50
2927 - 593-9987 $150 850-209-0798 850-482-5634
chairs, dishes, bar OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER valid driver's license. 2927 Convertible Boot for 593-9987 $150 8502090798 850-482-5634
ware, kitchen equip 7 dining room chairs, Toyota'04-'08, never Graco baby stroller, 1 Pair of Jordan shoes Toilet, complete
ment Call for details. modern style, sturdy, used $30 850-593- pink/plaid, 1 pastel 3 1/2 kids, $50 Kohler, 1.28GPF
334-714-2785 padded seats $75 9987 green,lk new $35/ea 850-209-6571 usKohlerd, 1.250 850-593-
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1999 17 foot Alumi Great cond. Load 334-695-3550 interior, 4 cylinder, Car Sales LLC, 1919 tion. $18,000 OBO. 1.. - 0 . Ne 2,5s0me CASE #: 2008-CA-
craft, 50 HP Mercury, levelers & Antisway FORD '06 F150 S er XM radio, CD, onstar, W.M. St. 334-699- 334-796-7092 -. l - *L. 49;6 $2,500. 334-735-5404 00580
trailer, trolling mo- bar. Lots of extras, cab 5.4 V8 loaded sunroof, 11,000 miles. 5880 www.west Toyota '07 Carolla LE, Chevy '71 El Camino, VISION #:
tor depth finder, live $8,300. 334-792-4071 20k miles, $17,000 $17,000. 334-797-0987 maincarsales.com loaded. Great Gas 350 Engine, $7500 UNC:
wel. $4500 334-312- '04 772-631-5065 factory CHEVY 00 Impala Mileage! $500 Down, 850- 594-3282. Deutsche Bank Na-
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Triumph, 5th Wheel, warranty LS, 1-owner, 109,500 $250 per month Chevy '90 454 SS, 79K tional Trust Compa-
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with Yamaha stroke 2 Slides Great cond. HONDA '08 Fit Sport, m. $6,395.712-0251 334-791-8243 Orange 1200R, Vance much more, MUST the Pooling and Serv-
radachine, cenolo r con 0334-7902950s WD. 13500K Loayed, 11KChevy2 Corvette Volkswagen '06 Bee- & Hines Short Shots, Jeep Liberty,2004, V6. SEE! $9000. 334-470- icing Agreement dat-
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sol750. 3337555 or ow nt miles, 40MPG, load mi $7995.794-8037 Great Condition, 2006,08 Quad cab SAMP Trust
2008 Fisher 1754, Mitsubishi '06 Raider 692-5363, 718-9763 Jaguar '00 S-3.0 BIk ed. $16,000. 334-897- Harley Davidson '06 CARFAX. Below 5.7 Hemi, loaded. *
40hp mercury, 4- Duro Cross, Crew 95k $6,495 W.M. Car 2497 or 334-672-1655 Sportster 1200 cus- Retail! Call 632-0144 $16,500. 334-796-8174 Plaintiff,
stroke, mtr guide, Cab, V8, Loaded 32K Chevy 05 Impala,
trolling mtr Hum- $14,500. 334791 V8 Loaded 3 nice amily 05 Imp$3 Sales LLC, 1919 W.M. Volkswagon '69 Duel tom. Black, Show-
trolling mtr, Hum- dn, $199 p334791-0646 m onth. St. 3 34-99-00880 Port 1600, eng. over- room cond - loaded. Land Rover '06 Range DODGE 98' DAKOTA
mingbrd565T, l dn, $199 per mMontah. St. 334-699-5880 i haul Dec. '08. New tie Maintaince current, Rover Super charged ext. cab., 1st $1800. vs
bilge pump, live well, Franklin '05 Heritage Pontiac '01 Montana,. Call Steve Hatcher www.wstmaincar rod, ball joints, steer- Must see to appreci- loaded w/ every op- takes. 334-792-2664 George A. White and
334-798-0010 40' w/2 slide-outs, all power, rear A/C, 7 334-791-8243 sales.com ing dampner, no ma- ate, or email: tion, I owner, gar.98 Ram 1500
'97 Bayliner Cabin awnings, 2BR, garden, 0. 334 Chrysler '95 Sebrig, - Jor rust. $2300. jeeterlester@gmail. kept, 334-685-2297. Beverly P. White,
Cruiser 23 ft,1 own- tub with shower, 299-3378 or 618-7101 sunroof Ithr, 2DR 334-718-1188 com, for pictureOB & Xcnterest Daylight Au. Unknown Parties in
w40-T5, 334-774-3368 to Financing. 1-800- possession #1; If liv-
er, excel cond. pd W&D, CHA. Lots of coupe, AC all power Volvo '06 S40-T5 ^, Q to Financing. 1-800- 4Possession #1 If liv-
$40K will sell for extra's. $20K. 334- 09r.at C:-rd. .J8 5817 black, sunroof, leath- 334-774-3368 470-0650 9am/9pm ing, and all Unknown
$14,500K 850-209- 347-4626/333-0309. - . Chrysllei 05 Cr.:., er, 6 CD, good condi- HONDA - '03 Metro- Parties claiming by,
1696/482-5867 i r ., l[tion. 60K mi. $13,500. politan Scooter. Ford '03 F150 super- through, under and
Alumacraft 06' 16 ft. ir,,.. M u..-1: . ,h. 334-475-1701 Bright yellow, low cab V-8 38K mi. Seats against the above
Astr 5 9 1ft 4BHPS mi.milesex. condo. "K tp6, Exc. Cond. White named Defendant(s)
w a msaaE W e o K 8.o Mercedes 's05 ML350, ray int. bed ext. who are not known
w Yamah/mint condo. ack tp, JEEP'89 Wrangler, VOLVO '06 XC90, $1200. 334-774-7108. tan, SUV. Auto.6-cyl. 14K obo. 596-3189.te ar
loaded, exc. cond. ette 96' Collector $15,900 850-209-4416 $2300, for pics e-mail Ocean Race Edition. tan, SUV. Auto.6-cyl. 14K obo.596-3189. to be dead or alive,
$6,900 OBO 334-714 addition factory hard t-KRNDAH@ato.l.com #556 out of 800 mAn- AWD. 42,000, Loaded, whether said Un-
5860 loaded, 102K mi. 2044. 0. ufac:iured. 0 miles. HONDA etro- Power steering, CD, known Parties may
Astro '9114ft 40HP beautiful car, exc. R -etals ir 553.225 politan Scoter.w M/F reclaim an interest as
Mariner, trollin tmo- KEYSTONE'07 Cop- cond, $12,900. 334- ',II e i $31.700. Bright yellow, low A/C, AM/FM, stereo, Spouse, Heirs,
tor ariner trollin der per Canyon 5th 684-2006 334- 4 14124 miles, exc. cond. runs well, low miles, Devisees, Grantees,
$2700. 334-7t9h231d35 er wheel, 2 slides, sur- .. $1200. 334-774-7108. new tires, sunroof, or Other Claimants
Bass Tracker '09 Pro round , Automobiles Corvette '07 Auto, HONDA '08 CBR 1000, clean, like new. Ford 2003 F250 Diesel Defendant(s)
16, 30hp mercury mo- ing area $27,500, 334- for Sale 3LT, Loaded, Chrome Camero '72 Dragcar, black&silver, 6-spd. $22,000. 334-792- One Owner. New AMENDED
steering, 4 stroke console 618-6572. Wheels, Victo Rd, 477 Cl big block, 4-cyl.1468 miles, 3076. Condition. Bedliner, NOTICE OF SALE
trolling motor, tilt & 2004 Honda Civic EX, Like New, with Lexus '00 ES300 98K 477 Cl b iglo , 4-cyl 1 , 3076.
trolling motor, tilt & 4 Only 65,955 miles. Warranty $38,750. $6,995 W.M. Car needs power glide, runs well, warranty, NEW LISTING Cover, Sell for Well
'rim. 1,-.'hing decks. Best offer 850-526- Like new, includes Below NADA Value. GIVE ps toREB
Likee IDw $10. Call 718-5251 -- . ______ _ St. 334-699-580 a594 9931 850 riding gear, $10,000 334-618-4533 s u


KuLEXUS - SC 400,4C0 Excelnlent condition ng ad900 custom, 2400 2009 entered in Civil
e - NADA. 334-793-0095. 334-774-1915 Lincon 350 Engine $10,000 miles, windshield, Cae No. 2008-CA-
Kymptn bunk r V Leather Firm (334)389-0554 saddlebags, red. Mercury'06 Montego 00580 of the Circuit
2 2 s good!OLCorvette .:r o either t, $5900. 334-692-3337 Premier, loaded, Court of the 14th Ju-

306H334-794-9766 p r ith . G.72 Chve - 57K miles.$16,000 - . dicial Circuieement indated asnd
mercury 4 st, fully Corvette '81 12,:dhanr ld or 796-54 Red. hard V8 , long wheel base, GSAMP Trust 2006-
Co Sleeps 9 Loaded! "TAutomatic 350 .6.1r,9rs. moor, 1 901mie, 33rk74 For d '68F100rap fo r c Ja int and
Pro-air naut Fifth W334714762eel, lots 2u04 n Cc. (Silver) sell as is r , . full . Suzuki '07 King-quad er, $8950, 334-794- Ford '68 F100 step for Jackson County
. ro s te, nce Like new. Sell Below $6800. OBO n. 2 39.4 4 G08l 700 4X4, auto trans kit 055H,714-0590C) side, REDUCED e Florida, Wheren



ers $9,0 - Lk ne31,900c q-- like new, 140 mi. Ca- Nissan 06 Pathfinder great 18K mi. black, tional Trust Company




9658. 850.71S53. , 2 o ver 579- 2136 Iv msS SLp Converible. 596-1694 6 3 015588 SE, Black, Auto. 43K 334-735-5404 FRONT DOOR OF THE
lent condition, low Great Condition. 334-774-1915 Lincoln , Model A 1929.2 dr. mouflage, $5,500. SE white, leather, gsreaT 1 m . b ak Trustee under the
hours. $22,900 080. t0,4K i. Loa,-_d OBO 334-585-2398. MSTA $5,500 obo.
o334794 - 9766 orvee i . ' 6184533. . . 3' - BOSE sound, sunroof 334-671-3772. Pooling and Servicing
vher '07 17160 p voll OW .57K miles.S16 ,000 2Agreement dated as
85Fisher ' 07 1710 60 hp ntr-547-2808 . . k Super sports front 334-714-0770. FORD '77, F100, 350, of December 1, 2006,
Mercury 4 str, fully m clip Red. 2-dr. hard V8, long wheel base, GSAMP Trust 2006-




W/175HP Yamaha ROYAL Mountaineer ./ accessories ridicu- loaded nav$3000 property as set forthf and
loaded, garage kept. KEYSTONE COUGAR .94 : r op - 7, T 334-805-0816 rk to .d. d , . ru & mn . iti anwid
unti0095 convertible., 69k 2013. Mot$9,875orcycles Roadstar 1700cc, eqp.,$4,500. 334-7 Cab, loaded. Great-5404 Beverly P. White
OBO. 334-714-1543 Fifth Wheel, lots of 2004 Lincoln LS Only original owner, ( 334)7960353 774, Motorcycle.282 Husband and W fe
up grades, very nice, 47,000 miles One speed fuel injected, RX7, non '07 250 CC 4 Wheeler 5000 miles. Vance $1500 $219 per month. are defendants), I
mba 98' Sk i Boat Reese hitch included, Like New 180k miles, some M-B 1929 Gazelle kit nesExhaust s- obo/tt Call Ron Ellis 334- THENCE EAST 210
a .Like new. $10,900 334-793-0095 rust, runs but needs DA M\5 car runs and looks TPe, carbon955 FiSTxh. Sport base, runs & ooks est and best bidder






Seacraft,-89720ft 4 $15700L229439413 Lil word 05kFocus 69K $3$25 00 850- 334-648-4985 grea $3,750. -593 tcm B helmet nd eqp256-2011657 7140028 FEET TO POINT OF
9er 65 . b4 tk $ 07 2 40 Miata, gray, Powner e 1 5 tir, brakes, 334 Nissan '07 Pathfinder good. $2,500.00. for cash , AT THE
9658. 850-718-5243., 2004 Lincoln 579- 2136 Iv , Hardtop Convertible. 5 194 res bew 334-34 4-03
Towncar, Silver. 693-9390 or 701-5588 SE, Black, Auto. 43K 3475 FRONT DOOR OF THE
Playboy '94 18 foot- REDUCED Montana Great Condition. miles. Like new. excellent rer s YAMAHA'01 F arm Equip.7500 TEEN (13) WEST A
pontoon boat, runs '05 5th Wheel, 4 Need to Sell miry.e Blue, 10,200 row seat,'Like new.COURTHOUSE, AT
great. $3750 neg. slides, king bed, $12,844. Call 618-4533 $22.000.1 13416924122 Matching trailer torcycle, 12 r82 11:00 A.M. CENTRAL
334-596-5032 exc. cond, $29,995. $ 334-793- $13500.334618000 850-482-6632 mi., $3k. 703-62-4402 $17,00.334-897-0582. STANDARD TIME, on







850-547-2808 Chevrolet engine on 0095 both for $5500.334- '02 Rapto r $18Tahoe LTZ 55K mi. October 15, 2009, theOF
/175HP Yamaha ROYALAcura334-684-2006 ve message ed, custom seats, rdcu- loaded, na. $30, property as set forth


















-ing edition. 63K FORD *09 Mustang Mercedes *04 Benz cruise control, load- 3368 I COCK STREET) AND
tronics, w/Trailer Loaded, full bath 4 1 r3. ,: ,.inder PONTIAC -6 GTO ed, 5K., Like new flatbed dump truck, 6 ment, to-wit:
$20,000 334-370-3328 $5,500 Great Condi- . Green,. Excellent condition k $7450 3347144001 ready shelter kept. cyl 4 p. $3,900 OBO DARY OF FLORIDA
SKNAUTIUE84, tion 3346959986 I0 me MAZDA 10 Mazda 3s $20000 0 BLUE ~ . PAMER229334-8520, 334- BEGINNING AT COR-
2005 Chevy Cavalier. 334-790-7959 Like new; 4-door; au- WHITE (334)389-0554 355-1202 NER OF J.W.
MotorHomes/RVs 71,000 miles. Clean. 21-24ft boat trl, D/A LASSETER LOT, AND
orBelow NADA 334 Ford '03 Mustang GT tomatic; Whte/ tan YAMAHA'061300V 1 boat 900 673-4630
Coachman '97 793-0095 Motor-home.convertible., 69k 4734 mle $10909 500 Motorcycles Roadtar touring bike p., 256-201-1657 Cab, loaded. Great FEET; THENCE WEST
Excellentconditmiles auto. Garage (334)796-0353 Blac4-714-29k, Motorcycle. uy.$200 down. 210 FEET; THENCE
Mirada., 31.5 tt., 37k kept, $10,800 OBO. Mazda '89 RX7, non '07 250 CC 4 Wheeler, 5000 miles. Vance 22ft SeaRy, $1500 $219 per month. NORTH 140 . FEET;
miles, good cond., 334-596- 9966 turbo, gold, GXE, like new, low miles, Hines Exhaust Sys- obo/trade or hunt Call Ron Ellis 334- THENCE EAST 210
Seacraft, '89 20ft $15,000 229-3 ter 4-941 - -1657 714-0028ar FEET TO POINT OF
t ns7927ft. . b ae, C co ac mn Ford 05' Focus 69K $3000. 334-648-4985 $1850 OBO 850-593- te. 4 helmets and el NE
Center Console, boat, Concord Coachman rni. black, 4-dr. $6000. 9960 gel cushion. One Buslihog 9044, field GMC'95 dump truck, NORTHWEST QUAR-
8HPYanmotor atPt 5 Motor Home 23' 334-790-57402003 Y125,bouht owner, garage kept. $10,500 OBO. 334-4-792-0650 .,,
Dual Axle Tr. o334618305 ver payments850 Charcoal leather in A- than 100 hrs. $2000;

























DCampersTAravel mve m7ayn ts p d0es power windows $, 500 $229 per Harley 00 Dyna Wide new, CARFAX. A3l Van, cold air loaded, 334-447 QUARTER (NW ) OF
brakes,wh., runs 593-5103 2006 Volvo S60. tearcyl2007 YZF2l0 , great 618-5833. 25723
well, very clean, terror, 6cyl.,40K 2 334-691-987 NORTH, RANGE THIR-
Great cond.$6,850. DAMON '00 DayBreak Loaded. One Owner. miles Like new shape and well main- Rear . Farm Equip. 7500 TEEN (13) WEST; A
334-696-5505. 34ft, 21K CD, ext.Warranty. 334-793- 13,50. 4002852334-618-8255 tained.$400.Buy Sell less Lissilton Peanut pick- MORE ARTICULAR
Chevrolet eng ne on 0095 both for $55.96-169 4 334-632-0144 er $1850. 6000 Nissan 09' DESCRIPTION OF
Sea King, older mod- an generator, hy- 2007 Ni --an Altiman Mercede Benz '01 726-3842 Lissilton Peanut pick- SAID LAND BEING:-
el with trailer & 25 draulicleveles, 215K mi. SLS 0127334-797-9115er, 31k HARLEY 99 Soft-Tai l 60k er$100 -41 Frontier BEGINN V8 Kng Cab Black THOWNSHIP SIX (6)
0760HP Johnson outboard & conditioners, back up 545 20.0 miles, red, exc. paint MC Forrough $25,995 714-1142 ANY PERSON CLAIM
t fHome theater sys. door, loaded, V8 su $3200 & running cond. YamahaP'07 VStar 4-drdown, 0% Iner ING AN INTEREST IN
'06 Jayco 3$1400 Travel Lcamera euro recinerator, per clean,47K miles. Hond02 H 9K 16.500 manue.t ainverter, field T F
334-671-5530 freezer, ice maker, wacirr,-1'. C . l4 Pristine condo. $7000 850-445-2915 1300 Tour, fuel inject- -eady 8 $12,500 334- THE NORTHERN
Super slide $29500. $20,500. 334-684-2006 leave message ed, custom seat's, 714-2850 or 334-299- 10 b BOUNDARY OF NINTH
334-687.420! Acura uA'06R Didn t c03 (9TH) STREET (PEA-R
ng edition. 63K FORD '09 Mustang Mercedes '04 Benz cruise control, load- 3368 COCK STREET) AN
miles, exceL. cond., Bullitt, Highland E320, sports pack- d, 5K., Like new LExpedit listen 6000, field Loaded NA FloriWESTERNda, this 15thBN-
new tires. $22,300. Green, 10Q0 mi, age, charcoal/black $7,450., 334-714-4001 eady, shelter kept. DARY OF FLORIDA
' 1919334-434-0240 Loaded, warranty, $13,900. .334-369-8139$6K o 334-791-0855 cellencondition1000.334-347-4283 Toyot04Dr AVENE (WEST DA-
Beetle 00' VW turbo Still new. $27,500., 250,burgendy, '8 V tre $5500 334-47-29155 b ac VIS STREET), IN THE
07 SCALADE RV 37 7f www.wesmaincar Honda'06 Accord, $575 down, 0% Inter- Pick-up Au- toTY OF GRACEVILLE
RiwB N 5t M'o84oo 86 MW sbrg. gr t- 43 nte1 miles. $2695. 334-693- PAMER WD80 F THE R-



































Smoe s, DaetUxe 84, Fs de se, wh50g w/gray Pivic. Gra 26us s sun , Harley DavidsonA'07 G MEDiesel 4 4 W e. 'k trse By : / e ve
w/icemaker, milesFaircond.Has t. 40+MPG $5,700 4dr, ac, 5sp, power very clean, Like new. ARCTIC CAT'07 700 5454 Dumpwheels or evroaler will B ORerw/E
C onvection/ Micro, leak damage.'99 334-714-5860 Ford '85 Ranger- EFI, 4x4,25001b,winc, Yamah6spda 09 1300V 619-1041, 334-687- 6734630A/C, AM/FM, Lke Deputy Cl BEGINrk
334-447-723 Motor- home. 34ft. goodd con. needs mtr Great cond. $5200, Sar touring bike 5 210NING; THENCE WESTF
Triton' TR1Bed , Fireplacer- Excellent condition, 400. mileage & condition.334-490-0909 3471429000mi . 8 500. r Nissan '08T Tlan I1 , NORTH 140 EE
cu 225 r ng , ne 20K, New tires, DVD - Ford $1293 Taurus, runs 334-796-8174 Vansew Ca, Short TH 334- 4451683.
Morryd Susng motop.,Rear, depth Player-Ref-/Frez Touc screen sunrooood, needs AC,ncludes sundowner S




































t Eteain- ment__TaranV_ 2awaak9_900Z In ao doowwhtilt,sruise, al- sTatd Bbackrest, LArl a . EASY A S
finder. $17,000. 334- w/Ice maker, Water 2200. 1-334-475-1723 Mer cels '96 E300 mufl rus h $15,995 .. THE E EA .Y A
finder.sio $17000 334- W/ 10 W04 sion VHandat08 lv 0POINT ON THE WEST-a





















160Kr$5,595 W.M.Car Sport Utility Vhcese C9heo led '95 Cumr 2. PLACEYU POIN AD THE W
703-0522 heater, hydraulic Ford 95' Mustang,Co- Sales LLC, 1919 W.M. 1i2nVK, ade Ce ERN RIGHT-OF-WAY
Watis '7927 ft. acks, convection- BMW'00 10K veritable $2500 850- 122K, Ready to travel , later ntver LINE OF SAID FLORI-
Watn 3793.White $8495 W.M 7____________ 8 $3,000.334-701-5516an, wrty, DA AENUE, AND
8HP Yanmor; at Pt St. /microWave oven - www.westmaincar . 33470-556. 334-792-650 KNOWN AS
Joe Marina, 27 north slide out. $25,500 Car SalesLLC 1919 l sales.com g Dog '04 Ridge-
dock. $9,500 334-897- 334-718-0460, 718- W.M. St. 699-5880 B i.igDg04Rde LASSETER'S CORNER;
2167 or 334-733-0020 0793 www.westmaincar Mercedes,'96 S500. back, Hard-tail, FTHENCE SOUTH 140
m h e Top condition. 11,000 mi, $13,500. OF BEGINNING, SAID
6Williams0 uCraft'08sm _ . 334-693-3980h 334-702-998. 334- Chevy'07 Tahoe, PARCEL OF LAND LY-
loaded. 334-618-3058 Save $25K or more - Ford 96' Mustang Au- Mitsubishi '07 Galant, 648-2425 ING AND BEING
Diesrsr el , 4y s des,4300to V-6 runs good loaded, real nice. 4 '02,Voy
C$159,700 850 866 power windows, $200 down, $229 per Harley 00 Dyna Wide w, CARFAX All Van cold air ba ad QUARTER (NWlA) OF
Trailers 2774 850-866 seat, & door locks, month. Call Ron Ellis Glide, blue/silver, power Rear DVD 75000 mi Excellent , THE NORTHEAST
Phaeton, 071 40f 4 $3C5ex. sto 334- 7402 334-596-1694 ve 3Nissan 09' Titan SE SECTION THREE (3),
$3,500. 8 334-632- Nissan '05 Altima, 2.5 45 9 ,506Sl value. 334-632-0144 Chrysler '95 Voyager,QA T R ()
'04 Mountaineer-5th slide-outs, 15K mi. 0127 / 334-797-9115 S,5 speed, 31k mi. HARLEY '99 Soft-Tail V8eKingk V6, auto, seats 8, V8 onlack THOWNSHIP SIX (6)
wheel, 34ft, 1 owner 350 CAT diesel, $9,.50 W.M Car saramyshelleturner@ like new, $12,900 850- Custom, Dimond Ice/ black, LS 31K mi. A/C power, am/fru cass. mi. Factory KWarr. TEEN(13) WEST, IN
For/ tOB p/u0 gAlon6p. 4 drfrigew/ Sales LLC 1919 5890 F ord 482-2994 Aztec Orange, low & Rear air Exc. Cond. new tires, NOW power windows, JAKSON COUNTY,
truck $30,000 850- icemaker W/D in www.west maincarsalescom door all power, 110k $10,500 684-1211. $15,000 334 8lock Tilt cruise bed FLORIDA.
482-5187/850-272- motion satellite dish, L $1,50 684-1211. 2832 liner, running bds
0760 rear & side cameras: BMW 545i sedan 4 miles. Great shape HARLEY D,3vidson '01 Ford 98W ndstar $25,995 080 714-1142 ANY PERSON CLAIM,
Home theater sys. door, loaded, V8 so- $3.200 334-685-0560. Road Kng Police. $475 down, 0% Inter- STERNG 05 T ING ANINTERESTIN
'06Jayco, 30'Trave Leather eurorecner perclean 47K miles. Honda 02n) H a 16.500 miles. Wri, e.atDaylightAutoF STrucN '05TA THE SURLU CFRO


























, le 34-93158 Yamaha '92 . P.of', nn I~ . .11 alloys, am./fm, .CD, -. 5153. 3189


Waverunner 6$50 low aiac'94SPcruise, driver airiag, HARLEY DAVIDSON
engine hours, need 850-482-4488. passenger airba PL, '08 1200 Sportster
in L O % minor reapers. $750 Cadillac '94 PS, PW, sun roo( 0 Aporte
334 792- 3135 Fleetwood. Top con- W$11,000 36305 Custom, 108 miles, - ---..-- -. .
dition. 334-693-3980 (334)618-4741 warranty, Like new... .... e-,**.-***s
ta ta jdriver024@hotmail.c $9,200, 334-702-4778.
Carrag Came0po5on Honda'08 LX-P, om
3a2fifge alreo'2A/ -White, Auto, 4-cyl, BUY M E!
32ft. 3-slides, 2-A/C, 25800 miles, very B Y M !
5.5 K Generator, [28 i v
loaded, no smoke, no clean Great cond.
pets, Exc. Cond. $18,500. wit!a Altima,
$38,500. 334-714-4001 334-726-5491 sunroof, a els,
DUTCHMAN '06, 25' caseeker Toyota '02 Camry LE 26K miles. $17,000. Harley D icr
Good condition. 115K $7,500 W.M. Car 334-693-0830 Anniversary Fat Boy,
Sleeps 6 Asking Sales LLC 1919 W.M. Oldsmobile '95 Cut copper-black, 6-spd.,
payoff. 334-794-8897 Aviation St. 334-699-5880 lass SL, all pwr, AC, 1300 mi. Loaded.
or 334-790-7918 www.westmaincar candy apple red, new Like new. $16,600,
Dutchman '07 31G- Flight Club Share'83 sales.com motor, perfect 334-726-6799.
DF. 2 slide outs, Cessna 172 & 182 Tcondion. $2500 Harley Davidson '08
3DL,2 dhce ots, Cessn 172 & a1r8xc Clhevrolet '02 Camaro, Hyunda '0 SonatEa8-Ir o c
32ft, like new. hangard in Mar. exc Chev.olet02 Camaro, Hyundai '05 Sonata M SEE! 33464 Electra Glide Classic,
$19,500. 334- 793- cond. $2000 850-569- V6 engine, metallic LX, V-6, Automatic, 5817 4000 miles, 1 year
loaded, sunroof, warranty left.
4510 or 797-7514 2969 blue, 161k miles, leather, excellent, Pontaic 00' Grand warranty left.
REDUCED !!! $5000 good cond., 122K miles, $5995. Prix GT 2dr. all op- $17,000. 334-618-4430*
COMPLETE SET-UP Automobiles Misc. 334-797-2706 334-790-7959 tions including power Harley Davidson '08
5th w'heel,'08 Jayco, CHEVROLET '03 Nissan '07 Atima moon roof, good Low Rider, less than
5thgwlel, 21RT '087aco CHEVROLET '03 Nissan '07 Altima cond $1,650. firm 3K mi. black, warran- ".....
Eagle, 291 RLTS & 07 Corvette 02' Conver- Monte Carlo SS, 2.5SL, Black, 34,200 334-718-3257 ty, perfect condo.
Dodge 2500, 6.7 L Die- tible auto, 405 HP 12- Black Auto., 6-cyl., mi., bose stereo, 347825ty perfc 500t
sel w/ sliding hitch. CD changer w/ Bose 72K miles, Loaded, moon roof, spoiler, Pontiac '98 Grand Am 850-526-2790
$51K. 334-791-4192 sound sytsem. 58K Sun- roof, Leather in- leather int. very $375 down, 0% Inter 850-526-2790
T Cloassfieds have whal mi. Black w/ black terior. Very clean, clean, Like new. est. Daylight Auto Fi- Mojo Motor Scooter
leather. $25,500. 334- One Own- er $8,800. $20,500 obo, 334-372- nancing 1-800-470- '05, 200mi, Blue,
you are looking for. 299-3739 334-299- 3430. 0702 or 334-432-0302. 0650 9am/9pm $1650 850- 258-1638







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