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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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
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Road and Bridge rais

The Jackson County
Road and Bridge depart-
ment raised more than
$5,026 dollars for the
United Way at a recent chili
dinner and a pie-throwing

In announcing the figure
to Jackson County
Commissioners this week,
Road and Bridge
Superintendent Al Green
thanked the volunteers who
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thousands for United Way

Wesley, Emergency
Management Director
Rodney Andreasen,
Jackson Count Parks and
.Recreation Director Chuck
Hatcher, Jackson County
Extension Director Chuck
Hatcher, County
Administrator Ted Lakey,

and Jackson County
Chamber of Commerce
President Art Kimbrough.
Green said he and
Edenfield cooked the chili,
three 80-quart pots of it,
and Green's recipe appar-
ently was a hit about
$1,700 was raised with chili

dinner sales.
. The rest of the money
came from auctioning items
donated by vendors who do
business with the county,
and the pie-throwing party
in-which the highest bidder
See UNITED. Page 9A 0

Fa rm-City ay is Friday

The annual Farm-City Day breakfast
is Friday at the Jackson County
Agriculture Complex.
It is located at 2741 Pennsylvania
Avenue in Marianna.
The event runs from 7-9 a.m., and is
expected to draw hundreds of farmers

off the farm and into the city for a cele-
bration of their contributions to the
economy and quality of, life in Jackson
At the event, a number of producers
will be recognized for the good season,
they've had this year.
The 35th Annual Farm Cit\ DaY
Awards Presentation will be emceed by
Jackson County Extension Director Ed

Jowers, and guest speaker will be
Florida FFA Vice, President 'Carly
See more winners on Pages 6&7A of
toda 's Jackson Counity Floridan. The\
Outstanding Farm Family: The
Charles M. .Patrick and Gregor. M.
Patrick families Ii .e
Cattleman of the Year:, Ed Joners

Conser alionisI of the Year: Jeffery
C. Pittman
Tree Farmer of the ,Year: Mike
Padgett (Padgett could not be reached
for stor\ intormaiion i
Peanut Farmer of, the Year: 3J
Farms-MNike, Stephen and John Jordan
Cotton Farmer of the lear: Craig
High Corn Yield: Larry Ford.


Farm Family

Father and son team Charles and Greg
Patrick have seen many a crop over the
decades, combining their individual
strengths with the support of their family
to yield a successful operation.
, The Patricks were recently named
Outstanding Farm Family of the Year for
Farm .City Day.
Laid out on about 1,000 acres, the
Patricks' farm features peanuts, cotton,
soybeans corn and grains.
Prior to vegetation, it was cattle and hog
territory, said Charles Patrick.
A World War II veteran, Patrick met his
wife Mary at Florida State University. He
worked on the Jim Woodruff Dam for
about eight years until his employing con-
tractor was ready to move to a different.

: "They wanted me to go with them. But
my wife was a teacher and I didn't want to
move my children. So I decided to farm,"
*said Patrick.
It was 1962. As it was the trade of his
father's and grandfather's, farming cattle
was not an unfamiliar concept to Patrick,
so he set out on a cow and calf operation
spread over 364 acres.
That soon evolved into buying and
grazing 300 yearlings. By 1984, the cattle
operation began to wane, so Patrick
moved on to raising hogs.
"Then when the prices got bad we had
to leave the hogs," said. Patrick:.
Since 1998, the Patricks' land has host-
ed peanuts, cotton, soybeans,and small
Charles' 'son Greg has been farming
with him since his childhood.


of the Year

FLORIDAN ST-- -\'[;iT E.
The letters J and G in
J&G Farms stand for Jeff
and Ginger Pittman, who
were .named
Conservationists of the
\ The Pittmans participat-
. ed in irrigation upgrades,
increasing the efficiency in
the application of water.
"Through the years
we've found new ways of
improving the efficiency of
the method. We've lowered
it from 100 pounds to 30
pounds of pressure, put in
drop nozzles, place the
water closer to the ground
to decrease the evaporation
rate and maximize water

placement," said Pittman.
"'W\e gei a bigger bang
for our buck \~ithouI jeop-
ardizin g our yield," said
Pittmani bought tihe farm
from his father in 1998;.
He's seen his farm start
oul %\ ith only a handful of
houses in the distance.
while it is now surrounded
by a community.
"In the last ten years,
efficiency and conservation
have been in the same con-
versation. As you know;
water is a precious com-
modity. Now more than'
ever our natural resources
have become more and
more valuable not just to
farmers but to all residents.
Water quality is really

important and so is trying
to' find ways to maximize
land use and reach full pro-
duction, and be steivards of
the land," said Pittman.
. Piunian currentIl serves
as the president of the
Jackson County Farm
Bulreau and district 2 state
officer for the Florida Farm
I "Without our natural
resources, we won't last.
Land and water are the two
most important pieces to
othe puzzle in farming and
we're becoming more and
more aware of that, espe-,
cially in the last five to ten
years. As farmers, we're
responsible for doing
something about it," said

EJC Fall Festival a big success

Above, two-year-old Nevaeh Yawn
was trying out a new look to keep
warm Saturday at the East Jackson
Fall Festival. Right, Kalynn White
and Mykaela Mercer bounce out of
a moonwalk obstacle course at the
fourth annual East Jackson County
Fall Festival in Grand Ridge. -
Mark Skinner / Floridan

Roughly ,2,000 people turned
out last Saturday for the ,East
Jackson Counts Fall Festival
Family Night in Grand Ridge,
despite a raini-out that pushed the
event forward into a weekend
with competing events in Dothan
(The last night of the National
Peanut Festival) and Tallahassee
(The .North.west Florida Fair).
East Jackson County
Association president Alice
Rabion said the 4th Annual event
was a big hit, despite those chal-
The EJCA is an outreach
organization led by the, church
community, she said, and this
year four participated. She ,said
Cypress Grove Assembly,
Covenant Life Center, El Bethel
Assembly and Shady Grove
Pentecostal collectively spent
about $5,000 on the event, which

included free games with prizes,
food at no charge, free entertain-
ment, and many other attractions
for those who attended. The
event was held at John Thomas
Porter Park, located near Grand
Ridge School. Participating
churches split the costs each year,
she said.
"We're small churches, but
somehow or other we always
come up with enough," she said.
It's worth it, she said, to see the
community come together for a
night of good fun.
"We always have a great
turnout, and we try to add-some-
thing each year. This time we
added pony rides and six games
for kids ages one to six."
She said planning for next
year's family night will get under
way in March 2009, and that all
area churches are invited to share
in the event.
For more information, call
593-6314 or 209-7006.

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Publisher Valeria Roberts

Circulation Manager Dena

Contact Us
Telephone: (850) 526-3614
FAX: (850) 482-4478
Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 520, Marianna, FL 32447
Street Address:
4403 Constitution Lane
Marianna, FL 32446
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Community Calendar

November 12 Wednesday -
Riverside Elementary School honors vet-
erans with a program at 8:30 a.m. Special.
guests;;Veterans, active military, law enforce-
ment,; firefighters, and their families. Call
Melody Pender, 482-9611, ext. 233.
Chipola Retirees (faculty/staff) will meet
for lunch at 11:30 a.m., at the Gazebo Coffee
Shoppe & Dell in Marianna. Those attending
are asked to call 525-3489.
In Grand Ridge, the northbound outside
(right turn) lane on State Road 69 at the US
90 intersection will be closed Wednesday,
Nov. 12, through Friday, Nov. 14, for utility
work. Call 638-0250.

November 13 Thursday
Jackson County Habitat for Humanity
Auction and Smoked Steak Dinner will be in
the Jackson County Agriculture Conference
Center, 2741 Pennsylvania Ave., Marianna.
Tickets: $25 (advance), $30 (at door) or $5
(auction only). Bidding on silent auction items
can begin at 3 p.m.; smoked steak dinner and
silent auction begins at 5 p.m.; and a live auc-
tion begins a16:30 p.m. Volunteers needed;
donations accepted. Call 482-2187:
The Jackson County School Board meets
for a workshop at 4, p.m. The next board
meeting is Tuesday, Nov. 18, at 4 p.m., when.
the superintendent and board members will
'be sworn into office. Call 482-1200.
The Jackson County Public Library in
Marianna hosts "Bed-time Story-time" from
6:30 to 7:30 p.m. Kids, wear pajamas and
bring your parents, a pillow, blanket and a
favorite stuffed animal for stories, snacks and

bedtime silliness. Call 482-9631.
Art Exhibit at- Chipola Arts Center'runs
Nov.,3-13 and is open to the public Monday
-through Friday, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Contact the
Fine. and Performing Arts Department .at
Chipola College for entry. Free Admission.
Chaplain and' Bereavement Coordinator
Gino Mayo and Sherri Stone, social worker
for-Emerald Coast Hospice, Marianna, present
"Gr' f and the Holidays" at Marianna Health
an "Rehabilitation Center, at 1:30 p.m., pro-
vidfng tips to effectively manage grief. Call
The Town of Grand Ridge will hold a pub-
lic workshop at 5:30 p.m., in the Grand Ridge
Town Hall, to review and discuss the town's
Comprehensive Plan. The regular monthly
council, meeting for November will follow the
workshop. Call 592-4621. :
The Juniorettes'-Male Auction is at 6 p.m.,
in the Marianna High School Auditorium. A
Nov. 15 movie date (also in the MHS auditori-
um) with one of the hand-picked boys will be
auctioned for charity. Bidding starts at $5;
proceeds benefit cancer research.
The Chipola Regional Workforce
Development Board's general board meeting
is at 6 p.m., in the Workforce Board Office
community room. Call 382-5164.

November14 Friday
The Jackson County Chamber of
Commerce First Friday Power Breakfast,
from 7 to 9 a.m., in the Jackson County
Agriculture Conference Center, 2741
Pennsylvania Ave., Marianna, will include the
35th' Annual Farm City Day Awards

Presentation. Featured: Ed Jowers., awards
emcee; and guest speaker, Florida FFA Vice
President Carly Barnes.
Fall Preview Day at The Baptist College of
Florida in Graceville begins at 9 a.m.
Prospective students and parents can spend
time on campus exploring the degree pro-
grams and financial aid, meeting faculty/staff
and more. Those applying for admission dur-
ing Preview Day will have admission fees
waived and be entered into a drawing for one
of the two $500 scholarships. To register for
Preview Day, call (800) 328-2660, ext. 460 or
The Chipola College-Foundation is seeking
donations for-the First Generation in College
Scholarship for the 2009 Spring Semester.
The Legislature appropriated funds to match
doflar-for-dollar with private contributions.
Donations due today to qualify. Call 718-
Marianna's Gathering Place Foundation
hosts a dance at Jim's Buffet and Grill in
Marianna at 5:30 p.m. Cost: $6 per person
(dinner not included). Proceeds benefit local
charity projects. Call 526-4561.
Better Breathers-helping meet the chal-
lenges of chronic lung disease-meets from
2 to 3 p.m., in the Hudnall Medical Building
Community Room,. 4230 Hospital Dr.,
Marianna. Guest speaker: Linda Isley, RRT, of
Gentiva Respiratory Services & HME, pre-
senting "Tips for COPD Patients." No cost to
attend. Friends, family and other caregivers
welcome to attend 'with participants. Light
refreshments served. Call Jackson Hospital's
Respiratory Department at 718-2849.

The Marianna Police Department listed
the following incidents for Nov. 10, the latest
available report: One armed and dangerous
individual reported, two traffic accidents, one
suspicious person, one highway obstruction,
two disturbances, one burglar alarm, two lar-
ceny complaints, one foynd/abandoned prop-
erty report, one juvenile complaint.
one fight in progress reported. one -,
noise complaint; two animal com-
plaints, one assist of another agency. tr c-
five public service calls, to patrol g"l
requests, and 19 traffic stops. ]
The Jackson County Sheriff's Office listed
the following incidents for Nov. 10, the latest
available report: Five abandoned vehicle,
four alarms, one assault, one assist of anoth-
er agency, one burglary, eight child abuse
complaints, 6ne criminal registration, one
dead person, one found property report, one
garbage complaint, three road obstructions,
three road obstructions, eight larceny com-
plaints, one noise complaint, one missing
person, one public service call, one retail
theft, five suspicious incidents, two threats,

one traffic accident, two traffic stops, one
transport, one violation of injunction, and
two warrant arrests.
The following persons were booked into
the county jail during the latest available
reporting periods:
-".", Melvin Jackson, 34,. '1704
c>5 Alexandria Drive, Dothan, Ala., driv-
ing while license suspended/revoked.
Kevin Coltrane, 30, 2610 North
E St., Cottondale, grand theft.
James Pietro, 45, 1983 Comet
Lane, Cottondale, failure to appear.
Tayron Jennings, 28, 2902 Penn Ave.
(Apt. A), Marianna, driving while license
Anthony Barnes, 26, 13826 Barnes
Road, Fountain, driving under the influence,
driving while license suspended/revoked.
To report a crime, call CrimeStoppers at
To report a wildlife violation, call 1-888-
404-FWCC (3922).

Panama City Low 7:00 AM High 8:45 PM
Apalachicola Low 9:45 AM High 7:00 PM
Port St. Joe Low 7:45 AM High 10:00 PM
Destin Low 9:00 AM High 9:00 PM
Pensacola Low 7:45 AM High 9:30 PM
RIVER READINGS Reading Flood Stage
Woodruff 41.40 ft. 66.0 ft.
Blountstown 2.89 ft. 15.0 ft.
Marianna 5.90 ft. 19.0 ft.
Caryville 2.23 ft. 12.0 ft.

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Getting It Right!

The money donated by local residents and businesses
for the now-shelved Jackson County Courhouse renova-
tion project will be given back to the donors if they so
request, or will instead go into the Chipola Historical
Trust Fund if the donors desire. A letter will be forth-
coming that will give contributors the opportunity to
select which option they prefer. These private monies will
not go into the general courthouse fund as erroneously'
reported in a Floridan story Tuesday.

It was erroneously reported in the Sunday, Nov. 9
Jackson County Floridan that Marianna High School
teacher Matt Dryden was suspended without pay, when in
fact Dryden was suspended with pay. Also, the headline
associated with that story indicted errroneously that more
than one MHS teacher has been recently suspended.

The Jackson County Floridan strives to make sure con-
tent in the newspaper is accurate and factual. When the
Floridan learns that it has made an error, it is our policy
to correct the mistake p.,' ,/ i. To report an error, please
call the newsroom at 526-3614 Monday-Friday.

son County Floridan Wednesday, November 12, 2008 3A V J U _t Jacks

MMS honor rolls announced

Marianna Middle School
recently announced the
honor roll for the first nine-

Sixth grade
A Honor Roll
Emily Anderson, Lexie
Basford, Jacquette Blount,
William Braxton, Annalise
Brockner, Jeb Bruner,
Nattamon Chintanadilok,
Madison Christmas, Ariana
Domean, Dustan Gay,
Regan Harris, Hannah
Jackson, Shelbie Johnson,
Hampton Jordan, Justin
Kent, Alyssa Klotz, Tyler
McAllister, Brianna
McCaffrey, Kaitlyn Miles,
Galen Olds, Sophia Pereda,
Maggie Powell, Hudson
Roberts, Taniyah Robinson,
Alexandria Rodriguez,
Alexis Scharlach, Natasha
Smith, Darbey Sweeney,
John Touchton, Elizabeth
Varnum and Kayce Ward.

Sixth grade
A-B Honor Roll
Caroline Adams, Carley
Allen, Forrest Allen, Wyatt
Bachelier, Codi Bailey,
William Ballard, Tersena
Bass, Brian Bowers, Stefon
Bryant, Heather Carey,
Christchan Chaney,
Trenton Charles, Cindel
Cobb, Alyssa Copeland,
Destiny Croft, Kristin
Cumbie, Brook Cummings,
Jake Daffin, Edgar
Domingo, Sheridan
Dryden,' Abbie Dudley,
Darian Dukes, Michel
Edenfield, Jeremiah
Emmanuel, Latisha Frazier,
Chateria Gilbert, Brandi
Griffin, Austin Gullett,
Taylor Hansford, Cianna
Harris, Allie Hinson,
Alexus Holmes, Bryan
Johnson, Cayla Johnson,

Marcus Johnson, Jennifer
Kornegay, Charles La
Fontaine, Xavier Lampley,
Jacob Lepper, Devante'
Lindsey, Teon Long, Ariana
Martin, Nathaniel Mayo,
Colleen Mears, Anastasia
Mitchell, Alexi Nix, Shelby
O'Connor, Alexus Perry.
Chelsey Pettis, Shamari
Pittman, Michael Poole,
Lacey Roberts, Alexa
Sarson, Morgan Seay,
Divad Smith, Jordan Smith,
Garrett Speights, Jared
Standiford, Blake Stotler,
Thomas Strader, Dustyn
Sweeney, Demetrius
Thompson, Brenton
Thoreson, Emily Vinczah,
Shawn Wells, Aura White,
Garrett Williams, Maxwell
Williams and Elizabeth

Seventh grade
A Honor Roll
Jasmine Alonso, Levi
Cobb, Maddie Craven,
Sarea Davis, Dustin Everitt,
Gray Gilmore, Brianna
Godwin, Brianna
Granberry, Nicholas
Helms, Hannah Isler,
Shanna Letner, Christopher
Martinez, Kate Mayo,
Christina McKeen, Ashtin
McMullian, Katrina
Milliser, Keionna Mitchell,
Kaitlyn Moss, Betty Ni,
Trenton Nobles, Ke'Renza
Nunes, Reagan Oliver,
Milan Patel, Marcus
Pender, Mary Katherine
Pittman, Dakota Raines,
Caroline Rogers, Andrew
House, Timothy Snyder,
Riby Stephens, Shayli
Tharp, Megan Tillman and
Madison Zimmerman.

Seventh grade
A-B Honor Roll
Alonze Bailey, Ethan

Bass. Kimball Bass,
Baxley, Dillon Be
Deanna Bevis, All
Bigale, Joshua Blac
Zakerie Blank, Te'(
Brigham, Brooke B
Kody Bryan, C
Carpenter, John Carr
Colson, Brein Curry
Davis, Clyde Dec
Jordan Deese, I
Delameter, Vallen Dr
Madison Gullett,
Hussey, Mi
Kilpatrick, Justin
Chelsea Kuhajda,
Lentzsch. Leanna L
Kendall Lowery, Ja
Maddox, R
McMillan, Dylan N
Faith Moore, Ja
Mount, Kaydee I
William Newman, B
Perry, Joey Perry,
Phelps, Tyler Prim,
Roberts, Justin R(
Alexis kRoulhac, C
Smith, Marlena
Matthew Suggs,
Tanner, Hailey Tew,
Tharpe, Landon Tur
Amber Ward,
Waters, Brianna
Cheyenne Welch,
Wester, Elnora
Ashley Willis and

Eighth grade
A Honor Roll
Adam Dewitt,
Fuqua, Jeffrey Go
Delaney Geidner, Jo
Githens, Will C
Madison Harrell,
Hatcher, Tyler Helms
Lane, Cassie Lei
Jamie McCoy, '
Middleton, Kitana M
Irene Muniz, Ty
Cassandra Pereda, Z
Perkins, Tamera
Heath Roberts,
Rodenbach, Mi

* Tvler

Sanchez, Tiffany Stephens,
Taylor Strauss, Siera
Sylvester, Megan Trotman,
Lori Tucker. Benjamin
Whiddon, Abigail White,
David White and Tessa

' Gary Eighth grade
clouet, A-B Honor Roll
Ashley Erica Allen, Edward
iggers, Arroyo. Chelsie Bailey,
Jordan Alliyah Baker, Brian
ichelle Barnes, Linsey Basford,
Klotz, Latia Bass, Deriel Blanks,
Jaime Lewis Capps, Allie
ipford, Christmas, Morgan Cook,
meson Cammie Culbreath, Jake
.andyn Daniels, Tyler Daniels,
Meeks, Mallory Dean, Desiray
ismine Declouet, Shawna Donofro,
Nance, Taylor Downs, Jaree.
rianna Flowers, Tucker Gay,
Lyle Markwan Gordon, Ta'Tiana
Joshua Hall, Logan Halstead,
oberts, Charles Hansford, Tiffany
lifford Hansford, Elizabeth Hester,
Smith, Jennifer Hewett, Megan
Kyle Holloway, Nicholas
Tristan Hussey, Shalonda Jackson ,
nmire, Alana Jarrett, Delmar
Blake Jones-Decree, Kaitlyn
Watts, Kosciw, Salina Lamb,
Evan Whitney Lipford, Jordan
White, Mathis, Sarah McAlpin,
Masha Mason Melvin, Shelley
Miller, Jayde Mills, Taylor
Milton,- Jake Mitchell,
Porsha Morgan, Brianna
Moss, Delfanie Oliver,
Emily Audra Peacock, Jerrod
ardner, Rabon, Rachel Redfern,
)nathan Kristina Roman, Stacie
Glover, Ross, Marylu Sanchez,
Jordan Tammi Sims, Shaniqua
s, John Smith, Tasha Smith,
ntzsch, Tiffany Smith, Caleb
Bradly Spurlock, Clayton
linella, Touchton, Devin Tyus,
Partin, Daquan Walker, Connor
achary Ward, Noah White,
Pope, Roneika Williams and
Linsey Jeremy Wilson.

Christine Yoshikawa-Powell of Marianna, shown here with her husband, Daniel Powell, and their daughter,
Catherine Noelle Yoshikawa Powell, stands next to the framed art, Grand Door Prize donated by John
Brewer's Studio that she won at the Fourth Annual Sunday Afternoon with the Arts. Contributed photo

Auxiliary helps send Blountstown students to Gulf World

American Legion Unit 272, Women's Auxiliary pres- 'i
ents a check to the TMH class of Blountstown High Members of the TMH class of Blountstown High School
School. The check helped fund a class trip to Gulf stop for a photo during their recent trip to Gulf World
World in Panama City. Contributed photo in Panama City. Contributed photo

Terra-Com Environmental

Consulting opens Marianna office

Terra-Comn Environmental
Consulting, Inc. has
announced the opening of a
new office in Marianna. The
company has a main office
located in Gainesville and a
branch office in
The company reports that
its expansion into the
Panhandle will help it better
serve Northwest Florida,
Southern Georgia and
Southern Alabama.
Terra-Com offers site
assessment and groundwater
monitoring, UST closure
assessment, remediation sys-
tem design, construction,
and O&M, pilot testing and
short term events, source
removal, insurance claim
resolution, earthwork, storm
water management and ero-
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Brothers share Peanut Farmer of Year honors

Three brothers are sharing
honors as the 2008 Peanut
Farmer of the Year.
3J Farms is owned by Mike,
Stephen and John Jordan, and
peanuts occupy the lion's
share of the 2,900 acres they
They put 620 acres in
peanuts this year, and their
average yield was 4,400
pounds per acre. Their best
result this season was a field
that yielded 5,600 pounds per
They plant Florida 07s, the
Georgia Greens and two other
varieties, and irrigate 85 per-
cent of their peanut acreage.
They say they have to
depend on that strategy to help
them do well in what is com-
monly referred to by area
farmers as "Ditty's Desert,"
the area north of Highway 2 in
Bascom that rain tends to
The work some rented land,
and some of the property they
farm is their own.
Some. of the land the
Jordans own individually has
passed down through three
generations. Their parents, Pat
and Veneeda Jordan passed it
along to them, and had gotten
it from their parents. Mike;
Steve, and John say they

Jowers is



of the Year
This year's Cattleman of
the Year Award went to a
man who atually owns no
cattle.'That seems odd until
you realize that the winner is
Jackson County Extension
Director Ed Jowers.
He was given the award for
his tireless, longstanding
support of Jackson County
cattlemen, according to Col.
Leland Thomas, an incoming
board member with the
Jackson County Cattleman's
Association. Thomas pre-
sented the award at that orga-
nization's annual dinner and
award banquet earlier this
week. Thomas said Jowers
had no idea that the award
was coming his way.
"He was sitting there all
relaxed, waiting to hear who
won," Thomas said. "As best
as I can recall I said some-
thing like this; that I didn't
think there had ever been a
person more deserving than
this year's nominee. He's
always there to assist us with
physical help or sound
advice. He has an unexcelled
attitude of being ready -
whenever we needed him, he
was there. You don't have to
be a big cattleman to make a
contribution to a cattleman's
association. When I said 'We
present this with grateful
thanks, and tremendous
appreciation, and admiration
.. to Ed Jowers,' his jaw fell
about six inches." Jowers,
who has led the extension
office for more than two
'decades, has announced he
will retire from that position

Mike, Stephen, and John Jordan.

worked the land as children,
right alongside their grandfa-
thers, Joe Johnson and Onie
Jordan. The grandparents
lived within a couple miles of
each other, so farming togeth-
er was. the natural and logical
thing to do.
When the Jordan boys, grew
into men, they saw the wis-
dom in continuing the tradi-
tion. Although they do engage
in some individual farming
efforts, the majority of their.
time is spent on the joint oper-
If they disagree about a
business matter, they have
their own way of handling it.
"It's real simple. We go out

behind the woodshed and slug
it out," Stephen joked. "No,
really, we discuss it and every-
body has a say, and most of
the time we come to an agree-
ment just by talking it out."
One thing they agree on is
the benefit of farming togeth-
John's wife Cindy summed
it up best, echoing many of the
things her husband and broth-
ers-in-law had also men-
"When. you're a family
working together like this, you
can always count on each
other," she said. "If one fails,
the other will pick us up. All
six of us have each other's

back. You can't depend on the
workforce like that, but there's
people in this family unit that
will be there for me, and that
means a lot."
She said that, as the last
bride to join the fold, she was
a little nervous about how
she'd fit in as she prepared to
marry John. She needn't have
"I was the last added, and
there was a lot thatI felt like I
had to live up to, but I was
immediately welcomed, and it
was just like I was one of
them. I feel like one of them,
and that they'd be there for
me, no matter what or how."
The men say their wives are
a vital part of the operation.
Not that they go out and plant
or harvest, but they keep the
home fires' burning bright.
Although they're all in or
nearing their 40s, they all have
very young children at home.
Mike's wife Retie, Stephen's
wife Milo, and John's wife
Cindy make sure the kids are
safe and healthy while the
brothers are out in the field
making a living. The children
who are old enough love to fag
along with their dads as much
as possible, but its the moms
who provide the primary care.
The men say their wives also
freeze and can food, making a
considerable dent in the
amount they have to spend
putting meals on the table.

The women keep things stable
at home all around, they
The Jordans say they've
had a tough but rewarding
year. Being named .Peanut
Farmer of the Year, they say, is
a very satisfying accomplish-
"It means a lot," Steve
Jordan said. "We work 24-7,
and this is what we strive for. I
say to people sometimes, 'I'm
not a farmer, I'm a producer.'
We strive for maximum
yields, because if we've made
a good crop, we'll make a go
of it. The award is acknowl-
edgement from another source
that we've put in the work and
gotten results."
John Jordan, the baby of the
family, said he agreed.
"It kind of lets us know that
people are noticing we're
doing a good job. We try to
meet at 7:30 every morning,
and it's usually dark when it's
quitting time in the fields."
And then, Mike Jordan
said, it's time to take care of
the irrigation systems. It's not
a matter of simply turning a
spigot or pushing a button, he
said, and the maintenance
takes time. That work is usual-
ly done at night.
The last of the three bothers
to join the operation, John said
he wishes he'd done it long
before he did.
"We've been farming all

our lives, and we always got
along really well even as chil-
dren. We have to draw a line
in the sand sometimes, but we
all have the same goal in mind
- prospering and taking care
of our families. I love the life
we lead."
This year, like in so many
others, it wasn't an easy jour-
ney to the end of a successful
"We've seen it all this year,"
Mike Jordan said. "Worms,
drought, hail...but we've come
through it. The world out here
like to have dried up last year.
We even watered the pine
trees in our yard to keep them
from dying, trees that are real-
ly old and established and
shouldn't need water. We've
worked real hard, and it takes
all we've got, but to us it's
worth it all. Fuel now is
$2.42, but we saw it go to
$4.64 a gallon. We've seen
fertilizer skyrocket, I mean
big changes from one day to
the next, and cotton prices
have gone from .98 cents a
-pound in April to .39 cents
right now. I plan to be here,
no matter what. I say 'you-
can't scare me, I've seen it all.'
and we're still here."
In addition to their peanuts,
the Jordans planted 148 acres
of cotton, 225 acres of corn,
415 acres of soybeans, 380
acres of cucumbers, and 575
acres ,of wheat this year.



Jackson County Cattleman of the Year Ed Jowers talks
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High Corn Yield winner says timing is key


Larry Ford is collecting
honors for High Corn Yield
this year. His best for the sea-
son was 235 bushels to the
acre, and his average wasn't
much lower 225.
He says he's happy to
accept the acknowledgement
of his hard work.
"I"m very competitive,
and I try to adapt new tech-
nology I think being able to
do that is very important for
sustainability and to be prof-
itable," he said. "I try to man-
age in a way that will give
good yield 'and profit, and
being recognized for achiev-
ing that is very nice. The
Lord has given me the tools
to work with, and I am very
thankful that, through God's
strength and wisdom, I've
been able to produce."
Ford said his formula for
success includes a simple but
very important rule.
"I think the successes of
farming really has a lot to do
with watching your timelines
and getting things done when
they need to be done," he
,said. "If you fall behind on
one thing, it usually means
you're going to get behind on
something else and all of it
together can mean you're
going to have a bad year. I
think keeping to the time
lines has helped me be con-
sistently successful."
He farms about 300 acres
of corn, harvests it, strips the

Larry Ford
golden kernels from their
cobs, and sells the majority
of his crop to a company that
produces chicken feed.
He sells a bit here and
there to hunters and gives a
lot away to friends and
neighbors who crave the non-
sweet field corn he produces.
He's been farming full-
time since 1970, and before
that, in high school,, he was
heavily involved in FFA. I In

fact, in his senior year, 1963,
he was the FFA's Star. Sate
Farmer for Florida. Raised
on the farm, he worked
alongside his father, G.W.,
He also credits his old ag
teacher, J.W. Jordan (great-
uncle to this year's Peanut
Farmer of the Year) for
teaching him the finer points
of agriculture as advances
were made.

Ford said one of his most
valued supporters these days
is wife Vivian. The couple
has three grown daughters,
and four grandchildren that
he hopes will be active mem-
bers in his beloved FFA
when they get old enough.
They're already getting into
4-H programs,' he said.
He's a big believer in
organizations that support
and promote agriculture.
Ford is currently the vice-
president of the -Florida
Peanut Producers
Association and has served
as president of the organiza-
tion in the past. He is also a
member of the National
Peanut Board, representing
- Florida, and was president of
that organization two years
ago. He is also a member of
the National Corn Growers
As the nation looks to corn
as the possible .source of bio-
fuel alternatives, Ford said he,
sees some promise in the
idea, even though the cost of
production could make it dif-
ficult. "There is a potential if
a profit can be made," he
said, "but input costs are sky-
rocketing and that makes it
more difficult to work toward
that. Long term, though, I
thin k all of us will be pro-
ducing for biofuel, if not
corn, something else."
One of the iniput costs he
has to bear is irrigation. "To
be competitive, corn has to
be irrigated," he said. "It's a
cost, but dry land corn is



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Craig Bishop 'was most
likely named Cotton
Farmer of the Year because
of his innovative approach
to cotton production.
"I'm probably the most
technologically advanced
cotton farmer in Jackson
County, if not this part of
the country," said Bishop.
Bishop employs trimble
auto steer, yield monitors,
and zone sampling for vari-
'-able rate fertilization.
Bishop runs over 4,000
acres of cotton, peanuts,
corn and -wheat, with about
2,500 of that being cotton.
"It amazes me that this
technology pays for itself
faster than any other equip-
ment that I've used, but
farmers in this area seem to
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used grid sampling and then
about two to three years ago
he moved to zone sampling.
"I've been variable rat-
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year I bought a buggy and
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a 100 acre field, when your
yield monitor runs across it,
it separates the higher yield
from the lower yield into
zones. You pull soil sam-
ples from each zone, and
based on the information,
you apply only the amount
of chemicals needed for
that zone. So you're not
over doing it, you're not
polluting the environment
and you're saving money,"
explained Bishop.
Bishop said this year has
produced the best cotton his
farm has ever yielded.
"We've probably got
twice the yield than most
have in Jackson County,"
said Bishop. "I have to give
the good Lord credit first.
The I would give credit sec-
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sultants in this part of the
country, Wess Briggs of.

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Rogers of Malone," said other farmers to. embrace
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"When he wasn't but 8 or 10, I
kept giving him chores to do. I
started paying him 50 dollars a
month to do his chores. Then he
finished high school. He didn't
want to go to college, but his moth-
er being a teacher, she insisted that
he do something," said Patrick.
So Greg attended Chipola
College, where he acquired
mechanical skills that proved to be
very useful out on the farm.
"He could probably take his
truck down and put it back togeth-
er," said Charles Patrick.
Greg has also helped bring tech-
nology to the farm.
Just this year, the Patricks began

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using GPS guidance systems in
their field operations.
"Back in 2001 we started strip
tilling -in an effort to save labor,
save fuel and be more efficient.This
year, we're doing the Global
Positioning System. It makes us
more efficient. If you don't have
this system you'll get some wide
rows from time to time. With the
GPS you get one or two more acres
in your yield, which brings you
more money," said Patrick.
In addition to strip tilling and
GPS systems, the Patrick's opera-
tion also features cover crops, irri-
gation water management, wildlife
management and wetland protec-

The Patricks also watch com-
modity markets carefully for plan-
ning crop mixes and for marketing
Charles and Mary Patrick have
been married for 54 years. Their
children are Greg and Cindy; and
they have three granddaughters and
one greatgranddaughter.
"Because Mary. has worked we
always had a sure income. We
never went without a meal. Even
when we lost $168,000 on our cow
operation in one year, thanks to her
we still didn't miss a meal. We
work together, we don't pull
against each other. She's the won-

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derful part of my,life," said Patrick.
Greg and wife Joy Patrick have
two daughters, Kristen and Karen;
and granddaughter Shelby.
"I don't know if I'd encourage
my grandkids to be farmers," said
Patrick. "I've worked many 16
hour days trying to make it work.
The weather can be your best
friend and your. enemy ... There's
not many people who aren't farm-
ers that understand the problems in
agriculture. But I love it. There are
two words I've never liked:.
Divorce and retirement. I'm 82 and
I can't do much anymore, but I sure
enjoy doing it. I can't think of any
place I'd rather be,"


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Richard Earl Basford

Mr. Richard Earl
B13asford, 53, of Marianna
passed away Monday, Nov.
10, 2008, at Tallahassee
Memorial Hospital. He was
a native of Jackson County
where he worked as a trac-
tor mechanic for J.D.
Swearingen a-Equipment
Company, Inc.
He is survived by his
mother, Jewette Basford;
one brother, James Harold
Basford and wife, Debbie,
of Okeechobee; two sisters,
Brenda Miller of Dothan,
Ala., and Sarah Jane
Basford of Marianna; a host
of nieces and nephews; and
special friends, Mike
Barrett and Kim Dion.
A visitation for Mr.
Basford will be Wednesday,
Nov. 12, from 6 to 8 p.m., at
Marianna Chapel Funeral
Memorialization will be
by cremation.
In lieu of flowers, the
family requests that dona-
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Marianna Chapel Funeral
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"My expectations this
year are higher than..
last year and (the MHS )
players) know it."
-Chucky Brown,
Marianna coach
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After finishing lasi season with
a losing record, Marianna Lady
Bulldogs coach' Chucky Brown
will bring a deeper and more tal-
ented squad into the 2008-09
MHS had a sub-.500 record
last season before falling to
Pensacola Catholic 47-43 in the
first round of the state 3A play-
The Lady Bulldogs lose a trio
of senior starters from that team
in Ashley Staley, Keela McKay
and Robyn Davis.
However, Brown said that
shouldn't keep. his team from
having loftier goals this season.
"My expectations this year are
higher than last year and (the
MHS players) know it," the
coach said. "Their expectations
for each other are higher."
There are several reasons for
Brown's optimism, starting with
greater numbers,.
MHS finished last season with
just seven players, which limited
Brown. in how much he could
play the fast-paced style that he
The Lady Bulldogs will carry
13 players this season.


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Pictured are a pair of Marianna Lady Bulldogs players during a recent practice in Marianna. -
Mark Skinner/Floridan

"The depth I believe will help
out," Brownsaid. "Last year, we
wanted to run a little bit and
pressure defensively, but we only
had seven players and couldn't
do too much because of fatigue
and foul trouble."
MHS returns three players
with starting experience in point

guard Christina Wynn, forward
Andrea ,Johnson and center
Sharhae Williams, while getting
back senior guard Jana'e Godwin,
who missed the second half of
last season with an ACL injury.'
The Lady Bulldogs also added
transfers Waynetta Collins from,
Tallahassee and Kierra and

Niesha Butler from Bonifay.
.Brown said the transfers were
"blending in," and that Godwin
had grown a lot since her injury
last season.
"'I think Janae learned a lot by
just sitting," the coach said. "She
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The perfect record of the No. 9,us of having this
Chipola Lady Indians will be put .tournament. We get to
to the test this weekend in the
Holiday Inn Express Alzheimer's Simulate the national
Classic at the Milton H. Johnson tournament early in the
Health Center.
Chipola, which moved to 4-0 Season.".
last weekend"with impressive
wins over Florida Community -David Lane,
College in Jacksonville and Chipola coach
Santa Fe, will take on three
ranked teams in front of the
home fans, including the No. 1 very well-coached," Lane said of
and No. 2 teams in the country. the h of oppnents. Their
"I may have to fire the person coaches have been some of the
who does our scheduling," top coaches in the country for a'
Chipola coach David Lane joked long time."
Tuesday. "I always try to get Those coaches also boast some
some of the best teams in the of the best talent in the country,
country on the schedule and this including the nation's No. 2-
will be a good early season gauge ranked JUCO player, Trinity
for us to see where we stack up Valley's Jasmine Nelson, who is
with the best teams in the coun- committed to LSU, and the top-
try." rated JUCO player in the coun-
Chipola takes on No. 18 try, Jefferson's Danielle Adams.
Monroe Thursday at 7 p.m., then The Lady Indians will 'have
No. 2 Trinity Valley Friday at 7 their .hands full defending both
.p.m., finishing with No. 1 players.
Jefferson County Saturday at 6 "Nelson is a very good post
p.m. player who plays with her back
"The first thing is all three are to the basket, but will face up at

A Chipola player drives past a defender in a game earlier this
season. The Lady Indians play three nationally-ranked teams this
weekend in the Holiday Inn Express Alzheimer's Classic at the
Milton H. Johnson Health Center. Mark Skinner/Floridan

times as &Cell."Lane said.
"Adams is an interesting kid.
She's about 6-1 or 6-2 and oil the
plus side of 200 (pounds'. but
she's verN efficient very long
and can knock do\i n 22-23-foot
jump shots.
"She's a very skilled player
and she gave Gulf Coast fits. It
will- be interesting to see how
%\e'll guard her."
Jefferson faced the Lady

Commodores in last season's
national tournament,. losing uir
the second round by four points.
Jefferson returns most 'of its
team from last season.
"They're ery experi.ngd,".:
Lane said of Jefferson. *"The\
have a lot of sophomores who
played in the national tourna-
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Preseason Tip-Off
The Sonny's Preseason
Tip-Off Basketball
Tournament at Marianna
High School will take
place Nov. 20 and Nov.
22 with Jackson County
teams Malone,
Cottondale and Marianna
On Nov. 20, Malone
will face Bay at 4:30
p.m., followed by
Cottondale and
Rutherford at 6 p.m. and
Maclay v. Marianna at
7:30 p.m.
On Nov. 22,
Cottondale takes on
Maclay at 4:30 p.m., with
Malone playing
Rutherford at 6 p.m. and
Marianna facing Bay at
7:30 p.m. .

Golf Tournament
The first Rob Fowler
Memorial Golf
Tournament is scheduled
to take place on Nov. 22
at Dothan National Golf
Club. (formerly Admiral
Benbow Olympia Spa).
Registration is from 8-
8:30 a.m. and Tee-Off is
at 9 a.m.
Entry is $60 per person
which includes greens
fee, cart and catered
The format will be a
four-man scramble and
cash prizes will be
awarded to the winning
Both team and single
entries are welcome.
All proceeds will go
into a college fund for
Rob's daughter, Emma
For more information,
contact Kevin Taylor at
850-326-1525 or Brian
Taylor at 850-866-3787.

The Chipola College
Cheer Fest will take
place Feb. 8, 2009.
Entry forms are avail-
able at
under "Athletics,"
"Cheerleaders" and
"Cheer Fest."
Interested coaches
should contact DeFelix at
850-718-2322 or e-mail:

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

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became a vocal leader, almost like a.
backup coach."
Brown said he has also seen
marked growth from the rest of his
returning players.
"So far, I've seen great improve-
ments since the summer," the coach
said. "The majority of the girls
worked out through the summer and
I think they learned a lot more with
tlte game.
\ "Overall, I think the maturity level
of the team is improved. We have
nine juniors and one sophomore and
all of them have some varsity experi-


experience, which is some-
thing you can't really
The Lady Indians made
it to the national tourna-
,ment three straight times

With a roster full of experienced
players, Brown said he is just happy
to see so much competition within
the team.
"Right now, everyone is just fight-
ing for a position, which is a good
thing for me," the coach said. "With
this many making it, the competition
level is really stepping up."
Brown said he hopes that trans-
lates into another playoff berth this
season, one that lasts longer than last
"We didn't have an outstanding

season last year, but we improved,"
the coach said.
"The loss to Catholic made them
hungry. They got a taste of what
winning's about and they really want
it this year. They're working hard to
go get it."
Marianna played the first of two
preseason games Tuesday night
against Mosley at Bay High, the sec-
ond of which it will play Thursday
against Bay.
The Lady Bulldogs open the regu-
lar season Nov. 18 in Graceville
against the Lady Tigers.

Continued From Page 1B

from 2005-2007 before
failing to make it last year.
With designs on a return
to Salina, Kan., this sea-
son, Lane said this week-
end should provide a valu-

able experience.
"That's the benefit for us
of having this tournament,"
the coach said. "We get'to
simulate the national tour-
nament early in the season.

If we're fortunate enough
to get that opportunity to
get back out there, we can't
use the excuse of not hav-
ing been in that environ-
ment before."


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The Filing October 31st

On October 31,2008, Florida Gas Transmission Company, LLC'(FGT)
filed an application for a Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity
with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) to construct an
expansion of its existing interstate pipeline system. The project has been
designated the Phase VIII Expansion Project and has been assigned Docket
No. CP09-17-000 at the FERC.

Florida Gas Transmission -your clean energy partner

FGT is Florida's leader in providing clean energy solutions, safely
and reliably. FGT is an interstate natural gas pipeline with offices in
Maitland, Florida and Houston, Texas and employees at field offices along
our pipeline system. FGT operates a 4,900-mile pipeline system that runs
from South Texas to Homestead, Florida. FGT has been supplying the
inajority of Florida's natural gas needs for almost 50 years through an
extensive network of underground pipelines.

Phase VIII Expansion Project its scope and purpose

The Phase VIII Expansion Project refers to Florida Gas Transmission's
proposal to construct eleven pipeline loops, three new pipeline segments,
add compression at eight existing compressor stations, construct one new
compressor station, three new meter stations, two meter station upgrades,
and associated auxiliary facilities. FGT proposes to construct 357.3 miles of
24-inch, 36-inch and 42-inch diameter mainline loops, approximately 89.8
miles of 30-inch new mainline and approximately 36.1 miles of 20-inch and
24-inch diameter new lateral pipelines. The project also includes the acqui-
sition from Florida Power & Light of approximately 22.7 miles of an existing,
20-inch lateral connecting FGT's mainline. Compression horsepower addi-
tions totaling 213,600 will be constructed as part of the project. FGT is
requesting authorization from the Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety
Administration to operate certain segments of its existing pipeline system
in addition to portions of the proposed pipeline expansion at greater pres-
sures than currently authorized. This authorization would eliminate the
need to construct an additional 80.5 miles of 36-inch mainline loops. The
proposed in service date for the project is April 1, 2011, with the exception
of one new lateral segment in which it has been requested to be completed
by.July 1, 2010.
The purpose of the Phase VIII Expansion Project is to deliver needed
natural gas volumes to six electric generation utilities within the state of

Planned Construction in your area

Please refer to the map for a list of facilities,to be constructed in your
area. A copy the FERC application is available for viewing at the following

* Citronelle City Library
7855 East State Street
Citronelle, AL 36522-2450

* Bay County Public Library
25 West Government Street
Panama City, FL 32401

* Century Branch Library
7991 North Century Blvd
Century, FL 32535

* Jay Library
5259 Booker Lane
Jay, FL 32565-1163

* Bay Minette Public Library
205 W. 2nd Street
Bay Minette, AL 36507-3214

* Atmore City Library
700 East Church Street
Atmore, AL 36502-2630

* Jackson Public Library
2929 Green Street
Marianna, FL 32446

* Robert L Sikes Library
1445 Commerce Drive
Crestview, FL 32539-6944

* Calhoun County Public Library
17731 NE Pear Street -
Blountstown, FL 32424

* Wausau Public Library
1607 2nd Avenue
Wausau, FL 32428

* Walton-Defuniak Public Library
3 Circle Drive
Defuniak Springs, FL 32435

* Liberty County Public Library
12818 NW County Road 12
Bristol, FL 32321

How Landowners are affected:

A pipeline normally requires a permanent 50-foot wide right-of-way.
During construction, FGT will need an additional 50-75 feet of workspace
next to the permanent right-of-way. FGT may also need temporary work-
space in certain areas, such as road, railroad, or stream crossings, to accom-'
modate particular construction activities. Property owners are entitled by
law to receive compensation for having a pipeline on their property. FGT
will negotiate with the property owners to receive approvals with a signed
easement for needed property rights.
To the extent that FGT is unable to negotiate easement rights with
landowners whose property the pipeline construction impacts, such ease-
ment rights may be determined in accordance with the eminent domain
laws of the state in which your property is located.

How to obtain additional information:

Additional information including the application and a publication
entitled An Interstate Natural Gas Facility on My Land? What Do I need to
know? is available through the FERC website, using the"For
Citizens" link. For assistance, please contact the FERC Online Support at or call toll-free at (866) 208-3676. The FERC
Office of External Affairs can be contacted at (866) 208-3372.

A separate notice concerning the application is being mailed to
affected landowners and government agencies involved in the project.

If you would like to learn more about the project, please
contact Tom Bray, Right of Way Manager, toll-free at (877)663-9161
or log on to:

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your areas are as follows:
Loop 1 25.5 miles of pipeline
located in Mobile County, AL
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compression at existing station
in Mobile County, AL
Loop 2 37.2 miles ofpipeline
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Loop 4 -46.8 miles of pipeline
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ground of any company Consign. welcome. John GE 46" Tv, good cond.
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of these calls are to 526-3426 & mattress, Excellent
numbers outside of the Tddler carseatclean 850-272-6203
United States &expen- good cond. $15 850- Rocker, glider rocker
sive international rates 209-6480 with medium blue cush-
are charged to your ion. Verygod condi-
phone bill. Need a New Home? tion. $50.850-209-1388
makes'every effort to the Classifieds Solid pine dining
list the charges for the. table, 60" x 33, .
reader. Remember, if w / high-back bench,
you have any doubts, BIKEs/TOYS $60, 850-526-3365.
investigate! If it sounds Twin size bed, $50-n75.
too good to be true, it Tn ; $ 7
probably is! Your Better Bicycle, adult means 12 850-526-2003
Business Bureau is an speed, purple. $40,850- GARAGE
excellent source of 482-5555 ARAG
334-792-3804 Childs easel, 3 sided SALES
1-800-824-5274 $25 850-526-3426
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Retired truck mechanic
Gold Prom Dress, sz 4, selling tool boxes &
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hair kitten, cream color, 850-482-3747 ing stove, gas fireplace,
short tail, in Alford Suit, means gray suit,, many household items
area. Reward! 850-209- jacket 42, waist 34, ex- great for Christmas
4494 cellent condition. $40 gifts'
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Playstation 2 w/2 con-
trollers & 3 games, $100
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18 '/" Statue of Virgin WebTV w/wireless key-
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Fish tank, 75 gal., &and 0r ,!. y' ki n'- ,. -I,( ELo..en ;lg': ., ,2:rin 1000 SF Kitchenette, incl. $600/mo. FREEmonths rent
a black wrought iron c ..I .' 49 Bathroom, $850/mo. $250 dep. No pets w/12mo. lease:
stand. $100. 850-209- 1 t of KMC twin row until. incl. 526-3668 Non-smoking Mobile Homes &
5689. pante 4owmount 526-8367 lots avail. Blue
589danterso 4 ow.moulkfnsm t .. GREAT COMMERCIAL IIII'_ i Springs MH Park
e p KMC 4 owp rame W '/ "LOCATION! 2863 Marianna. Water/s-
nassist wheel and Caledonia St. 1 yea MOBILE e l, 850-482-4060n
L FR IEDE., ,rtilizer attach. c Scen, &-r lease 935 sq.ft. Free
|AS IFIE. -790-5077 ., r,,,j' .ir,,.r. standing commercial HOME/RENT
CLASSIFIED -7-5 cargo. Screen & office. Private park- I MH FOR RENT in Cy-
ADS: nerl,- :"10 29hp Agracar Sweeps, $23,500, ing lot. Contact Rob- 2 & 3 BR MH, Cotton- press; $400$550/ mo.
AnSSL u lsi Trctor,4WD, Koyker 334-685-4218 -. by Roberts at Pru- dale. http://www. char- No pets/ smoking.Ref.
UNDER $200 aumn,, s .0 Front End Loader, dental Jim Roberts Req. (850)685-2353
MERCHANDISE ONLY e-/ I T iiler, asking $8500, John Deere EzTrak, 445 Realty 482-4635 850-258-4868/209-8847
~-588-0323, 477-3152 0 Turn Lawn Mower 23 Sm 2BR/IBA Located
Sn Deee 9970 hp, 54 in cut r 2 &3 BR MH. Water- in Se'iads.$300/mino.850-
Y UCEN0ngiker4Raw. asnow room clean, FARMS/ /Garb/Sewage Inc. NO 573-0308.
r,:.tton Picker,4Row. $w0room n1 P"ETS" I S(850)5928129
YOU CLEAN c..0 engine hours. 1040 $3850, 334-726-4780 ACREAGE PETS! (850) 592-812.
OUT THAT an hours. Shed kept. 2BR 2 BA Newly remod- iREAL ESTATE
OUTA T AGE,4- 43 Excellent Condition, FSBO: 6 AC. Flynt Subd. led MH for rent in Cot-
ARAGE', 334-403-0569 f/ Mii.:.Or NearMerri- tondale. 850-352-3962 -
SHED, ORCATS 3 3 0 ruF,.iP..nd. $45K 904- or 272-2471.- 2/1.5 w/office,util.rm,.
nSHED, OR m B2-Lilliston peanut nous v. l t 993 screened front/back
SPARE ROOM kickers 1500 $500. Field .C ACe 3/2 C H/A $450-$500 'porch, enclosed
CALL, FAX, Free to good home: ready. 334-714-7412. .auo CLASSIFIEDS per month, C'dale. No concrete basement,
EMA ORs old kittens c Combine Both ho Working For pets. 850-638-1171 $59K OBO 850-526-8264
EMAIL OR GO 850-526-3774/573-3270 4425 J.D. Combine Both li home. You!!
------Heads, 7 Peerless dry- .PAR,1-W.N- -r
ONLINE Free to good home: 'er; KMCfourrow shak- -7- HOCOND USE/RE REDUCED TO
Black/white F kitten, er & Bahia seed exc. 0 M ous/RE TO
PH: 850526-3614 o r tr trnd. 850-592-1288 germ 334-266-5907 or U F HED L $75900
800-779-2557 FREE to good home, F L 334-355-23 ,
FAX: 850-482-4478 cat, spayed & de- ----------- Ein 315 Marianna, $575 0
PMARI BOX 52 clawed. 850- g 569-2992. hmk t-* R UM R smoking/pets. Appl.req 3/2 DW w/covered patio on
MARIANNA, FL 32447 Free to good home, kit- 850-762-322
classifieds@jc tens, Litte2A trained 850- Bo858762 3B A n 2V +1- beautiful acres near Malone,
floridanTcm 5- 9905,LLdOtraed 850 B5ca*3 B T/ ia D 3BR/BA, Very nice.-'NO REALTORS PLEASE!
f ordn .con ..594-99_05 hbrs, Loaded. Too Located on Da vis Street 850-569-2555 (Iv mnsg)
Mini DrPepper Grill & FREE TO GOOD HOME: Many Attachments 1 or2 BR Furn or Un- in Marianna. Kitchen
MCooler w/tessil l & Part Burmese kittens, to list. $30,000 nego. furn, Apts. $350 & up alliances Included '
le is 5 wormed, shots, litter 334-685-4218 Call Michele 850-663- $70/mo. Deposit re-
$45850-526-20trnd. 850-592-2689 Ivs 4336 quired. NO PETS! Year SIGNATURE HEALTHCARE
Pool Table in excellent msg. Case Cotton Picker 2044 Edgewood Apts. Furn. 1 lease. Call (850) 594-
cond. 7ft slate, incl. ac- $37,500., Ford Tw-15 BR duplex apts. Free 7525 between 6pm- 'OF NORTH FLORIDA
cessories, $400 850-594- Tractor exc. cond. laundry, water, sewage 9pm. Leave message. has an excellent opportunity for a
4311 DOGS $15,000.w/mower. &garb 592-4793. 3BR/2BACOTTONDALE Registered Nurse
Power Pole, 200 amp 334-701-1836. -35 ac. Lrg shed/deck with wound care experience.
box with breakers, CKC Yorkie puppies, 1 Ford '73, 2000 model U APAR-ENTS FOR CH&A $750/mo (850) Day.Shift, Mon.-Fri., wound care nurse.
$175; 850-209-4070 male 1 Female, $850ea Tractor, 5 ft. bushhog & R r2 r/Um- ]bedru n 527-6060
R/C Grave Digger w/ 850-593-6103 6 ft. box blade, $5100. 4bed/2b, bnnk foreclo- PLEASEAPPLY IN PERSON AT:
extra truck body, less Free I yr old M Brindle 334-791-0700 "* 2 & 3BR APARTMENTS sure! Only $199 month! 1083Sanders Avenue
than one gal. nitro fuel Pit bull & F brown/- John Deere 5103, 44HP,- & MOBILE HOMES FOR (5% dwn,30yrs @ Graceville, FL 32440
used,/$150 everything black'mix I yr, Call rake & box blade, 140 RENT $525-$650/MO 8%APR). For Listing Call 850-263-4447
included. 850-557-9183 850-762-2302 bhrs. $9800 850-209-4266 (850)209-3591 800-570-8898 x 1774


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Vacant Lot For Sale: top, galvanized trailer, generator w/inside re-
Grand Quiviera Cr., Al- custom cover, garage mote, $25k OBO, 850-
ford, FL, a acre vacant stored, only 20hours, 593-6946
lot, Lot #42. $14,000 or many extras. Like new.
make offer. (850) 402- $25,900 334-475-3883 Maco '06 5th wheel
8015 Realtors Welcome w/slideout, used lyr by
SBoston Whaler 73, re- non-smoker, can be
Vacant Lot For Sale: stored, 13 foot sport seen at 2469 El Bethel
Holly Springs Ave., Al- with 2000 40 HP Mercu- Church Rd. GR. $19K
ford, FL, 1 acre vacant ry motor. $4,900 OBO. 850-593-6058
lot, Lot #14, $14,000 or 334-714-24109
make offer. (850) 402- Keystone Hornet '03, 27
8015 Realtors Welcome' __ ` ft no smoke/pets, very
_____.______ _ _clean, has a super slide,
belowwholesale $7900

,BAYLINER '05185BR, in-. challenger 5th wheel, 2
board, white / blue, Au- slides & many extras.
Loaded, MP3, AM/FM, Daleville 903-748-7218'
T o~. -- ~Great cond..$13,900, Jayco "08" Eagle 5th
B OAS/MOTORS 334-709 4298. wheel, 291RLTS, 3 .
STRAIER B ba .mt .. slides, with covers,
RArERS JB~assboat w/troailer, electric awning $35K,
Triton184 Astroglass Pro sling for hea th 'e
roon1 ft. Expor- Craft. 15HP Merc. sons334-791-4192
erw/115 HP Mercury trolling motor. $2500 1
Optimal. 71 pound mo- 850-482-7597 Jayco '03 camper, 34 ft.
tor guide, 480 GPS/fish ---2 slide outs. Exc. cond.
finder, stainless steel Aluminum 15ft, fishing Like new on rentd lnt
prop. Ready to fish boat, 25HP motor, trai.- with water front view
$18,600.334-774-5412 or er, trolling motor, fish LakeEufaula $1000
334-790-1346. locator. $3000 334-671- OB0 334-73-0021.
Tiara '00 3500 open, Gulfstream p06 33ft.
twin diesel engines e "e A .lui cuS eryood

point slip free. $155,000 .-rem t-ed, t
850-258-9917 '" .txi.4.. Gulfstream '03 26'uFifth
prop. Ra tfi bt Wheel w/2slide out,
.w tGreat cond. $12,000,
347'14. "co.334-726-2186.
Aggressor3'88 Fish/Ski, -- 2186. -
." .- " w/90 Mariner. Great Forest Rivenr Surveyor
l cond. $3800.334-678- '0630ft. Travel Trailer,
6990. self-contained, sleeps
mastrbedrom ,full8, excellent cond.,
.. *$16,995, 334-792-5151 or
SWEETWATER '94, 20ft. 334-648-1828.
ler, '06 trolling motor,ee rowler 4
with extras $7,000 334- 5th wheel, 25 ft, bunk-
S pets/smokfr, like new,
$!5,200 850-557-1731
S" "'"' '- " '95 Hunter 23.5 sailer FLEETWOOD '05 Prowl-
-I t- ."-" w/ trailer,'03 5hp Hon- er AX6, fifth wheel, 36ft,
I-'- da, 2much2 list, $10k 4 slides, flace, large
OBO, Call 334-806-2822. shower, 30/50amp. A
/9GMarinrreal mustrst: $39,900
SPOciTSCRAFT '70, 30-
ff, 440 Chyr. engine,in s s
good condition, $5,000
OBO 334-687-4634 :3 4- ,882

f. ___-... 86'BAYLINER 29ft. Vol- .le tw
- '" vo260eng., fully loaded Fleetwood'00
!'-o $12,500 OBO 687-8169, Ig. slide out, 38', 2BR,
334-703-3138 Great cond, $10,500,
Seaay 90' 220DA24' 34 ft. House Boat, Call 229-308-1168.
crusier w/Trailer. Low Feto Polr0
h 2 uSleeps 6, good condo
hrs, 2 much 2 list GPS/- sking $12,000 OBO Coachman '99 Royale,
Fish Finder. Exe condo. Cll 334-792-1079 or 365f with 2 large slide
asking 15K 3343447-2279 334-718904 outs, queen bed, sleeps
4, 2 AC units, TV. On a
s, 24' Tandem Boat Trail- rental lot on Seminole,
er, good cond., $500 can stay or move.
0-0 OBO. 256-201-1657 $15,500. 334-678-7551
l" 23'SeaRay Proj. Boat, Carri-Lite'98, Travel
S260hp. 350 Eng. Boat Tr. Trailer 30ff, Grat con-
S-$1500 oo. 256-201-1657 dtion. $4000. Firm. 850
S-. O- 593-4482.
SEA RAY '87 265 Sedan
Bridge, 454, 800 hours, Or-- oan9 98 Coachman Santa-
tri-axel trailer, Great Orf ra,35ft. 23,000 miles,

Ranger '92,98-175 Evin- Designed by wopld hydraulic levelers,
rude, new carpet/seats renowned designer rear queens, sleeps
:GPS. $9K. 229-220-0966 Tom Fexas. 6, leather power cap-
Stains chairs, base-
Dual Mercedes turbo ment model, great
diesel engines, shape, all manuals,
. -, -. aa 166 Total Hrs on service records,
SYacht and engines $32,000. 850-762-
-m '-arin. E120 3865 --"
6' Ravmarine E120. Vol-

Moomba '06 Outback V,
V-8 Indmar assault 325,
mtr w/ 120 hrs. equip.
w/ hydraulic wake
plate, ballast system,
wake board tower,C-
D/sound system ect.,
$26,000 OBO, 334-432-
Mastercraft '88 17ft, 75
HP Mercury, live-well,
depth fish finder, foot
control, trolling motor.
was $4000 now $3000.
Marquis'77 w/1990 re-
built 90 HP motor,
trolling motor &fish
finder. $3,000 obo. 334-
Mako '77 center con-
sole, 20ft, 200HP evin-
rude, excellent shape,
$5500obo, 334-585-6689
Laten '03 Camper Trail-
er w/ slide. 30 ft. Fully
self contained. $6900
OBO, 334-687-4503
Javelin '94' Bass boat
377A 150 fast strike,
trailer. $4750 334-596-
Jason 1986 bass boat
110 Johnson motor,
garage kept, good con-
$3900 OBO0334-794 5511

Glassstream '84 Hy-
draBass 15 V, w/ 80 hp
marianer motor 91
model. 45 pt trolling
motor. Green, runs well,
very clean, Great cond.
$3800. OBO. 850-573-

Autopilot, Hi def
Radar, VHF Custom
Fighting Chair,
Custom long Range
Tank, 60 Gallon Bait
Tank outriggers,
tournament rigged
Compare at 1.4
million. Sacrifice
$950,000 will trade
for equivalent ocean
/ waterfront proper-
ties or trade down
for pleasure boat.
view Yacht at

'95 Westport by Fleet-
wood, 34'2 slides, rear
kitchen, hardwood
floors, good condition,
$14,000 687-2684, 334-
1995 Shasta Travel
Trailer, 22 ft., sleeps.4,
$5500, Call (334) 794-

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CUNLDERS1 N EA ,13-85- -88.-- 7 $33,900. 0BO (251)654-
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PAYMENT & NO getaway, Detailed pics 15th wheel Series 276 sacks, $33,500 obo, 522-
CASH NEEDED & info upon request. Boat, 50 hp Yamaha, room slide. Great cond.,
TO CLOSE & $70K 850-653-8147. Lv depth finder, garage $i3000 334-702 8267
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CALL JAMES Gambler' 9819 foot OBO, 334-805-08180RED E i
F GRANT /bass boat, 150 HP marl- S i08'Amerilites,..i
850-526-8367 OR ner, gambler traier, CA PERS/ Trailfer21'/ g i,, ; !
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792-2458 0$850-579-2217 ,
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ton towable, like new, See what it's all R-VISION '06 Trail-Lite
4 b r $31,000 334-797-1177 about! 26ft fully loaded low
4/2 brick house, on 10 mileage like new! In-
ac. with pond in Alford, Sprinter 1999 5th wheel \ MOTOR m d e' nvgton sys-
$149,900 2/ 3 house in 27f, with slide out. te. Priced at $62,500
Alford, $79,900. Owner/ room, fully loaded with M HOMES I OBO 334-616-6508 to
agent. 954-667-5339. new hitch. $9500 334- 7see
SG3 Eagle 170 '08 90 HP 805-3058 REDUCED
4B/2BA only $30,000.!! Yamaha mtr appr 1Ohrs '03 Class A Monoco La PRICE REDUCED
Foreclosure! For listing Loaded. Likenew. Gal- Sandpiper '06, 5th palma. slides. 1,La exingtn'0629ft,
call 800-720-1316 x2311 vanized trlr. 6 mo old, wheel, 3 slides, Retail bath.Load slides, full body paint
Looks new. $13,500 obo $29K. Wholesale $25K. 0at
S 334-793-7782, 796-5056. selling for $21K. 850- dolley & allfurnishings 11K miles, like new.
l2,796-5056. ing62468 or $21K. 850-896- (dishes, towels, etc.) $55,000 firm. More info
3774i $75K. 334-790-3480. 334-703-2500
3 E1 Prowler '98 5th Wheel.
NS E.L L 31ft. living & dining
slide, full bath. Queen,
r. '03 1716 Cnnr bed. end kitchen/oak
.''...- ." ,,:,,,,i- ,-r,,. 50hp cabinets, exc. cond.
,-,1 -Ta-ar,., Tr.ii,,-,9 MO $10,500. 334-791-1783
E[u.,': EBr0,J ,. ,-- t Prowler 34 ft, 2 slides,
.: ,,',1,r>,,r, 6. U'aa bumper pool, sitting on
FSBO New4303 sq ft 33468-421. lot in Eufaula with boat
4 3 b .shed. Call for details.
Full info @ www.inf- Fisher 2008 1754,L 40HP $15 000 F Ir 334 701- #195636 4 stroke mercury, ta- 0095 or 334-685-7742
chometer humming- Outback '06 31 RQS
Sneads Home. 3200 SF, bird 565, live we ll, bilge Loaded $16,900 OBOer
3/2 with 2 car garage. 1 pump, $11,200 334-798- 334-618-4501.
ac. of land, $149,900, 0010
850-593-9130 Nash 2004 5th wheel M-
SChaparral '4 198XL 185o 24-53, 1 slide, impres-
]RE.ESIEDENTIAL Evinrude with trailer sive condition and.
0500.334-693-9360 e e Wipment, W-07 Silver-
LOTS ado available for total
Va travel package, let's
Edison Ave., Alford, FL 1 4315
acre vacant lot, Lot#7,
$14,000 or make offer. .. Montana 02'5th wheelC COnstructiOn
(000) 402-8015 Realtors camper, 32.5 ft. 2 slides, AC ;'eating
Welcome C~ha~parral 210 SSi '05., mounted space-heater, '_ _


TURE travel trailer. 33
ft. Large slide-out
Sleeps;. Great condi-
tion. $16K. Must see.
Call Bob 334-445-6400.
Can't Be Beat!
Monoco Knight '06,
Save $25K or more.
Diesel, 4 slides, 4300 mi,
many upgrades
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diesel pusher, 2 slides,
outside ent. center,
loads of extras, no
smoke, no pets, 3IK Damon '97 Daybreak, "
mi., Must Sell! $68,500 one-owner, 34 ft, 22K
OBO, (850) 638-7920 or miles, AC, awning,
850-596-8475 queen bed, Onan 5K
generator. $14,900. 1997 Four Winds Class
Fourwinds '08 Chateau 334-792-7436. C, 31 ft, A/C, stove, mi-
Sport Class C, 28 ft. crowave, fridge, sofa,
Workhorse Chassis 6.OL It's as dinette. $24,900. Call
Vortec. 5578K mi. no sl. 334-791-1450.______
outs. non-smoker and easy as 334-791-1450.
pet free. $55,000 obo 1-2-3 BUY IT
'Serious inquiries only SELL IT
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side by side frig w/ and grow
ice maker. New tires, Concord Coachman'05 an grow
Towing pkg. $39,500. Motor Home. 23' long your business!!!
334-696-4746. 2700mi, Take over pay-________

Chevrolet '84 Class C
Motor Home: Winnebe- 2005 CRF 150 F Honda,
go, Onan generator, ex- good condition, very
cellent cond., $3500. low mileage, $2,000
Will fin. 334-793-5248 687-3275 or 850-625-
28 ft..Allegro, well GSM new200 GYor-
maintained, new tires, GSM new 200 GY or-
fully loaded, new paint, 1985 Allegro Motor ange, enduro(on & off)
indoor kept. $12,500. Home. 33K miles. Very road, wife won't let me
Call 334-792-8018 or clean. $4,500. 334-794- keep it.,$1500, 140
334-792-8827 5447 miles. 334-794-8861

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'04 Pace Arrow 37 C,
Work Horse Chassis.
19K, loaded, 3 slides, 99
tow car, $93,000, Call
(334) 618-0717
'03 V-STAR 1100, 12K
miles, lots of chrome, 2
helmets, $4,500 229-
'04 Big Dog Ridgeback,
Hard-tail, 11,000 mi,
asking payoff, 334-648-

Damon '99 Daybreak,
34ft, 15,471k miles, AC,
1 slide, awning, queen
bed, self contained
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Suzuki '08 Hayabusa, Ford '05 Mustang, V-6
$10,000. 334-714-9654 loaded, great gas saver.
0EL L m Triumph '73 chopper, 334-692-5577
iCubcadet'07 Utility custom built in Miami
Vehicle. 2hp Cat nice bike, lots of
Diesel Engine. Camo, chrome, runs good
Auto. great condi- $3,500. 334-984-2044 W
tion. $8,500. ,... Ford '06 Mustang GT.
334-685-4218. Convertible. Legend
4 6 4 Lime Auto. 8-cyl.2 WD.
Harley '06 1200 Sports- 21K, excellent condi-
ter, white, dyna fender, tion. Loaded, $21,000.
Screaming Eagle pipes. 334-585-1017.
Excellent condition.
6100 mi., $8,490 obo, -
334-726-7815 VERUCCI '05 50CC, 4
arey 07 FatBovivid stroke 120 MPG plus 45
Harley '07 Fat Boy, vivid MPH, Sportster replica
black, less than 400 $1,200 334-355-1339 be-
miles, $16,000 OBO, for 6 PM
Hre- Davidson YAMAHA '02 Banshee Ford '06 Mustang GT,
Harley-Davidsone e & $2,500 OBO 334-355- light blue, black leather
Dina Wide Glide, blue & 0491 int., premium sound,
diamond ice, lots of ex- 0491 loaded, 5 sp., exc. cond.
tra, low miles. $9500. Yamaha '02 Raptor 660, 20,700 mi, REDUCED
334-585-5396 fully loaded with acces- $17,685,23 MPG, hwy,
sores, ridiculously reg gas. call 334-588
clean & fast, $3500, 334- 3400

Yamaha 02' Zuma 0 E
Scooter. 6400 mi. i-ef.- vj --
125mpg, Windshield & I
luggage rackexcel.
ernnd .$1600. 850-352- .

Che '01 Z-71 sport
Side, extended cab. 1 GMC '07 SIERRA
owner, excellent condi- SLE. Pick-up. SIL-
tion. $9900.334-790- VER, Auto. 8-cyl. 2 C
Mitsubishi '06' Eclipse 4511 WD. 23000, excel-
GT, Red, 6-spd. 46550, lent condition.
new tires, very clean, .-- ,-4 AM/FM/cd stereo,
mfg warr, Viper alarm, low miles, very
tints, Exc cond. 15000, clean, warranty,
334-333-7555 Cadillac'68Deville, PAYOFF. Need min-
Red, Convertible. $8500 ivan instead Call

L 1 4, 334 T74-9243. 334-685-2190. ..
-)'" O Dodge '99 Extended GMC'06 Sierra Z71,
Cab Pick-Up, 117K miles loaded, 28k mi, ext cab,
Runs & Drives Great, still under warranty.
5.2 liter. Cold A/C $21,500. 334-347-7353 or
3,200 850-557;6866 464-2659
Mitsubishi LancDodge 05'3500 Quad GMC 93 Top Kick Dump
MitsubishiR'06 Lancer 02 Cab Dually. Cummins Truck, 14 ft. steel bed, 3
WinRdowallys C& Door locks, V8 automat ooks Turbo Diesel, 69k miles, ft sides, auto., exc.
inCD Player $11,750, gre auto atinew pain CD, Cruise, $20,500. cond., $5500, 334-701-
CD Player, $11,750. great all new paint 850-526-2290 days, 5516
Financing Available- needs to be finished. ees.850-594-9931 days,4551
WAC. Asking $12,500. eves.9 0 Infinity '04 FX 45, 38,000
Call John 334-797-0420 334-355-2400. -- miles, fully loaded,
or Jason 334-714-1601 -. navigation, rear view
camera, grayish, exc.
Nissan'03 350Z Touring cond., $31K, 718-6640
pack. 61K mi. new tires .cond,,31K,710-.640
& brakes elec. blue -- Nissan 06' Frontier/Ni-
$15,900 OBO 334-397- . smo, V6, Automatic, 4
0381 or 334-695-0381. wheel drive, all power,
Nissan '05 Maxima SL, DOGE 2 '06 Ra Silver, tow package. 35,300k85-
fully loaded, leather int. Auto 6cy 2WD 25k CD miles. $16,700. 334-685-942'4
bose sound system & A/C Like new $16,799 77 -9

Nissan U'04 Frontier t ,
silver tone, 55k miles,
Loaded, asking 13,000
obo, 334-803-1055.
Nissan 04' Frontier XE
truck silver, bedliner,
cd, 5 spd manual, 4-cyl,
pwr pkg, lots of extras,
46K mi $9,900; 850-594-
4921 Iv msg
Nissao-'07 Titan 5.6 LE.
with king cab. 1 owner.
Leather. Loaded, 13,500
miles. $24,000.334-794-
8295. before 10am or Iv.
mess. 334-648-0780.
Nissan '06 Titan SE 73K
burgundy, king cab, 4
door, tow package,
loaded. $11,000. work
598-3874, cell 726-9500

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: 4723 garageKept.eXc Ford '68 F100 step side, 334-790-4509.
Harley Davidson '06 Yamaha 08'Grizzly 4x4 Ford '06 Mustang, Red, $173000 Pay off. Call nsgrat 18K m
Screaming Eagle VROD, esi, 215 miles, 24 hours, Auto. 6-cyl 35,500 mi, (334)714-1671r eblackMSTA$5500
Red,7Kml, warranty, asking payoff of $6,500. very clean, Great cond. Nissan 06 Maxima SE bo 334 671377
$18,000. Call 334-714- 334-237-3068 $12,100, 334-798-5753. Exc. cond. white, war- ut:i.
5940. Yamaha'09 Zuma 125 rrenty, 29K mi, $17,500 l 1i, gl Truc Et .I ,
Harley Davidson '06 scooter, Brand New 0r OBO 334-714-6616 U V : u I Wr. ,
Sportster Custom. Red, only 10 miles 90mpg, Nssn Altima 2.5 S, .
7,800 miles. Great con- 64 mph $2900. 15k miles, extended b *' r 4,,, .rF ,
edition. $9,500 obo. 334- 334-701-4243. rrnk miles ex iene r .; ri . :
-8377. war t 1 owner, like ;i'.n~r. (C 5
796-8377. Yamaha'93 Virago new condition. $17,900 vuSU t :.l !,:.-.
750CC, customized, 334-750-4698 ru. ~ ,. .
W ^ L hard tail, much chrome, n,,. *i:..':'.
SELL manuals, good cond., Reduced-Sacrifice 334-685-4218.
HARLEY DAVDSON '0 $2100.334-984-2044 '" .S Chevrolet'57 Bel-Air, 4
Fat Bob Pearl Blue, 6- Yamaha YZ125, 2 door, new eng. & paint, Classified

:d:.r,. d. 2+2^2nd ^owner, all EAVY TR|OCKS/ . 2Condition.-
67arr ,, $44.00.1u-11 orig,exc.cond.92K TRAILERS
spd-E7 00 ileL c pe Fo 0 miles, Bright red w/ rd; vi:; 1504PRXLT
lent t u s , S d. grey LX int. Load- Ford'99 350 V-10 super-. V8 Triton, 76K, Tow
pa .,I \ ;4 edw/all opts. Has du extvantow pkg. True workhorse!
CSELL AUTMsBories- ( c x 3herdw/LitedAxCall opts.Ha
DR vaion 3s insurance s l7 MSRPLit.& ac exc cond. 78K $12,000. 850-215-133
Harley Davidson 334- manuals. $5,000,3 W- Ford '02 F250 Lt cab
'08RoadKing. | u c o5 ']r, rurn OBO. 334-671-41988r o 4.D.rl ord e2,M0ntb
Crimson Red, T8 c | .e. 3t0emp w n'uylwmba334-596-8292. 4D 7.3r: ai, Mn
6-spd. 675 miles, |it ATiPSTwclR, -1-.uSi ,% FREIGHTLINER'01, Condition black, all
excellent condi- r t Honda'01iAccord DL2 leather, lots of extras.
tion. warranty, $1nda .',3 :r0 L,,o e + want tosell 0810,000 mi. good cond. $16K OBO 334-685-3832o
334-618-9828.$'30 .nll".' u ,I ,, 20
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HD ti o y.1 Mo00 tC 3- 4 (9800)35653177Ple a GVWR, 26ft box w/ 6frt $15,5'00, Call (334) 897-
AUTOMOBILS -- Classified Ad attic, CAT engine 159K 0582
cycle 78,2 innCustom, 8500mH "3 AcorT mes
ex, r'c. LoadedMH o f, .0S3a tr P nta y. mite.nxe 7etC do
$12,000 00BO.aCall 334-cup snof la.ther Htion. $ 22,000. 798-1221

H- 2UltraCassic, ^5 60855542 (Tiny) Pontiac'06 G6-GT. Fries ghller 02' 60
-Classic, exc.cond.,3yr. one owner Tommy Gate'04, Auto. 6it, le am al.
c. 1500, Loaded, low breaks power steer or long haul. $0000. 850-

miles, very clean, Like cor,0 s oo. oig, C, .A/C, S. .tereo, 6382-7390/8 5272229. '
new. $15,000, 334-701- m a t i. Premium Volvo97dumptrucllk oy

your autpmobie LSNB d$1KOta d Or771 2 -407 7 Ford '03 F-150 Lariat, .
'6 Corvext ndtieRedOnl Ay to4-cy2m5 W ag& grtathaSurnw
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Cla sic. White, 50mspd., 0 Athr, AT Entirely neCw, T ae 4 1 $14,500.Mat. -.
1700 mond.,a 5 Fore man 5 con- AC New PW L Garage es, coldair, 15,400, Loaded, leather-422-46 2207 power steering, rebuilt
luggage rack,00. all 334- $7400mirror r 596-057 334-886-2399.. (850)209-6616 mies $4000 OR BEST
thumb' bar like new, i: Dothan3 699-5880 400HP 24,000 miles GMC04 Ca er shell one yr OFFER MUST SEE. 334-
Classic, exc.cond., t 3 yr.c .. B black inlout, one owner o n G ae 4 u.

l 1Buick'8oLeSabrewgood n ,a .0 reks8- oCsl k er4ong w46hau. 7$00.-7
wma l, $1cond.$1900 850-557- 50 Au" r d 6,000,: 850-352- 4 .cyL 34,100, Power I '
334- 6 0498, Ba0 145 2 Ll_. Re- 3752/95- m7-6666 steering, AM Great r

H D 0 6 H e r it a e o t t i 1 0 3 k -wi t h- R e d / B l a. d o n g miUN T I l Ar g e G T i6 0 8 ," B w , ,
CBultac Whmotorssunroof.wh,-EPnairSy ne,, cond...$20,000, obo, 850-
any Gex t con Wa Kia.4 pia C LX, Goldu $ 14, a482-7390. be

a $chrome w/bla6,c00, Cad 0 t m4, n. 3 2C, dW-64ri-alven 9816' bFi i
3 7 7c334-6711607 w(ht s34 1 'pa r30e at. side, Rswingb

aHblewA6rnyp $4 0 32 UNDAI-'06 Sonata door. $9,500. all Call John334-
334-740-9155Lexus 2 LS430 black, 685-2772; 334-671-7632 Ford Jas'0 F 334-71 4-1650 Lariat
eveCadillac06 DTS GM, fully loaded, tan leather i tilO n6w '. I ernew,
S mmaculate condition,. rage kept tinted w ontiac71 Grand Prix onter04ease o,$950 BY
64,500m 52.,2$16,700 36 300, Po sr brakes, t3 r.ar4soor, offLoaded! pack-5
334-98 6 s g AM steering, CD, A/C, O
SAM/FMD. Lexus99300RX 20-26 334-687-080eo, sun-695-6568 K-P l 334-797-7150 Super

Mo cv12 B t M W eds04c, ghco M mp ag ponntiac *95 Bondnevise, UCH c W Iilyer auto
excellent condition, b Lack, i ac wlltr. ro nd. od$10,995 7 5. g er, like new, $5000 850 ap. Malibu yellow, auto.
$1790.2406824830. mor Je PO '07G 526911/573-9437 8-cyl. 2 WD. great con-
0,-4 t, ,00 OBO M. 850- int condition. ex- Black 1Con Auto. 6-c. i on. Power brake s,
red, warn wench 2.5 ton one bl. $5000. 334-685-3832 e $22, 500, o $1300 OBO e ne, runs well, low
luggage mirror s.5v e- cell.71k 3486-2399.. 9227 $4000 OR BEST

111 ... ev 1ery 33th0i0n 7e *e d extras 0334-355-0298 572Chevrolet *02 Silverado, Ford '03 F250 Super-
Honda'07750CC.4yr. Kawasaki'07 BruteSilver, Pick-up. Auto, crew V-10 gas Trton
thumbbar.likenew, Cadillac'96Fleetwood, . 2Ca WD, Mprhell 55500, motorone, FFERMUSTSEE 334-Ford
need to see. $4,095 334- $18,500 850-209-087' b se ri C rs150'99, 2371460. -
in Broutgham Editionabr, good22" .'iPower brack, Likes, Power aw. $60 addition, Back, FX4
Honda 750CC.yr Call (334) 37900 850-5118 r Clean $9995. Calk .. 334-673- $15000.229-308-0259.

ntDnA d &r5 r. amary'a t nled. $Weta .ar 06 '3 h -Ford'5Running engine i tn SUV Suer
gPS$600 eac h a OBO. 334-

RED, 5000 miles, war- Excc.1T1at A r4 f str od or Fo rd eb01 xASO dSup erCab
ranty, Great cond. nr Kia '04 Optima LX, Gol, any Chevy body. Can Lariat, loaded. eather-
wing Blackhe rrypt$6,20, Cadilla03 Z0 Corvette, Maroon Int. good tires, white sunroof3K. 983698 CD 714-4210 or 677-69,500
334-774-26,200mi,77$15,0077. plus Excellenton d. w ith t ransfer- CD player, $,000.334- FinORDan0ing AvaF-150 il4x2bleu-

thumbbar, kenew,000 l,800mi"e, 4dr,N g1a, Ca3per2hel|, d O nFvige sTSE 334-
KAWASAKI-03 Vulcan keyless ewrrntry, remote14,500. 326-0638 Classifieds WAC.
334-740-9 1055 See what it's all Call John 334-797-0420
Leous'102 LS430 black, 1 abouL or Jason 334-714-1601
Cadillac_'06 OTS GM. fully loaded, tan leather
1500 C lassic. N ever laid trunk released, 31auto,50 850-547-2808. very good co ga Vstil, nw 630' pro-
cllnt condition. Load- Immaculate condition. rage kept, tinted4K s tabevrole t 98 Z71 P/U 687-8650
d .334- 0 7 $24,500. H n850-592-2 3 9 0 m15 Project Car, needs mu ioe e E. 6,

whe$, 0 5ive, $5300850- $ 17,50an t05 0 mebeatf u c9ar nd w k e $10 t firm. Chevrolet 05l lodd lik new,
1 .$leather e Ient.sunroof 37 4 1 D eothan. 334-699-5880 Greyn Auto. 83-cy9.4 WD.
mOile'5 ste $ 135,00 33 4- e 'c55-2 Toyota 9 elica.white, ne 0 R ra Ford '03 F"50 Super

D 5000 333.6202.Exc.wcond! theClassieds sEd185kmfo $350 steering o CD A/C
Hon.a '.07708C.-4yr.A283so33472330

tityc lre.t cn Trans., extras! Must see cat-back exhaust. Take Chevy'96 Cheyene, sgl Boah

maineae &et 5$p. prCadillac SSi roverpmts,$19k owed. A cab, 4.3 6cyl vortec eng. C V a r
warranty include Ak-3dition 6 FLa twodw tran r .p 8$c8,200 0WDn-M 55500, mo rCancing viabl

igP f w7 r ny $1,0520300. 850-557-6199 C ery good cond.$3700-s Fordi'85 Tow Truack ,
w iv, e334-372-4122- e st.3 4 a- eri C cash Cab 850-482-8416 w r acustom-built 14 ton.
ak' Zotory 0, Cadillac G' M fll l l condi- weion t e -
M3s, 262 lo ml. asin 0 be xa ES 30001 0 C A lionu$9e,28 M3PG,1 lo4 miles, 8 33- 3794-249.6

m70 ,3 $87-864. Chevye94 Camaro334-35 ram298 n OxBIIol4rtap6le97200 Ford '04 XLT Super Cab,
HondaI'07o750nCC.4iyr.o-Call3dor334)737-5103 Super Clean $9 5 1 ta 7 d i lo erick-83.69,5

maintenancewasaki8 Sedan 5- d. r Chevy05 Silverado towing pkg., bed liner
warranty N cary 2WD. SLoes W. Man- St4ree -0 Chevrole t a 30 T -Wh torl b, r5in S, d r

oa2!50 $oL700!RUd rbe Ga Dothan 334-699-5880 --r er with erases bod 3 m e,000 ltl b(3o 94-

Honda Go ld0k-. sChmaingg or, 9,0us MA S3 ls05 Cmlo, 4 c 85cn9d4ci-32$9751 -
wing. B334 39ck1crr Ch, d ne '0des, orv-Tt, ro. onpd OlBO mgoo t re, w ooe, gtr, utnro all 714-4210 Do 7007

tvery clean, Great condo: city, 40+bhwy, new tires w o Chevy '00 Silverado 6.0 L 1 ,lae,-knw
Kaa $i0Mea. plus $4000., 334-618 33414. m & mc y er, as. $12,000 MUST Eng. t, b long SET
Honda '6 RTCCani7r 7 nd Mercedes7'06CLS500, mn00uCsal-(334) 2 k. $7,000 334-477- $15 ,00. 2 0 -5 .

w334a89i4247 -e Station wagon. Auto white s loaded w/cus- CLASSIFIEDS ar 8
matcinga- e c $2,00. 8-762 -839 to rims, 32K mi. eL e o Cb evy,-96 Silverado rd' F150X S
Moo Motor Scooter '05 $55,000334-.685 We re ing or LWB STD Cab, Good c m
4- 0 ri 4' Whe0elMer, Olc3 CAl4 MOe l.i 4216,o i0

L3-7-2398 Chrysoer '72 Sebm6ng, ,m f. 4dr Volkswagen gryJetta vo Ha reu rea ino.;
Ranger '06 700 EFI convertible, pearl 8i 5 Station wagon GL, A, D 9 Goosednerck 30K 5ther
am excellent condi. white, 59k miles, great AC Exc cond 2730 SWheel, 30K mi., no
tion. $58200 -7 0334- Christmas present! 334- dmpg, $9,500 334- ol trades, $45K, Call
$mat e les $ ,9 ,00. v6-7 8$1 346 871 3 0 3-38 5E- 8 O roEle t o42O r, F8ORD'0K lF2 V5 4xery le Su 2-
Sokder '05 0 u Le,. 4 rC e 22 3o 334-Cb2al-t L a02 M n Tth 0 C f V Asking $ 0003 ST

wohee dv $0 8O c a/50- 4-d S n. 756KKload- mloadd l ea an coi ua C onhvevy 0-236 hoeZ71, Di4e, 3 43 4n-79-i0
334255-3165 or 334S player. $2000 w/983-1124 To nro tainef d ave 8t7io5 W tin Cuah ldty 0mw sle 1g6Radi-
33d4m633factory2Ned a6, 5NewKol,346-8m80oGreeyn teAiu.rc

wr -an i r eoa Eti, 34 Chekou Tota'00 Cie c n aini e t Power brakes, Power Sa m s PS,

S 50,exc cnd $10,500.334-596-2077 air bags$w0dow steering wheel con- AC Auto AM/FM CD
SUNF 2008 50CC k nre 0le 0 shadesfor back seats, trols, 3rd row seating $5500 obo.850-762-9333ed

Suzski'0- tr un k 2,5, 6233r ,sr, powe, seats, rear Cab, OneW ner, Fully
own50, 7e750 mi'. Like new 18 S Volvo 04V70,25 turbo- $16,800334-701- miles. $16,800. o0.
crash bar& windshield FORD '05 Mustang Con- wagon,73k miles, Auto 8555/334-685-6233 (334)796-817450
t$5,500. 334-l 8- i 5. rte. Say er V el pS, s r ci lite nol, Chevy 'o2 Z71 E xtend- GMC 2 Sierra LTS, bur-

iSport Bike. Too many o e pletely restored show ssett player, o ld w/tan tires, new brakes, great tex, extcab.o 00K
access to list! Immacu- Ford 95Mustang,Co- quality, like new, leatherrema ing 100k condition, $1 3.000 Re- $12,500.080 or take

late bike. Must see it! vertable 50 $10,500. firm.334-794- warranty $10,900, 334- tail NADA value, over payments (334)

$4750. 334-805-0816 726-0256 7936. 701-8555/334-685-6233 $14,450, 334-797-2459 372-4822_________
$ 334-6 87E8624.aChevy '94 MneCaro, V Ca lsW4-5 nord '4 XiLT pe r C

KAWASAKI Va kelue, Sedan, reo5,- 3pd. pw$e $8o95.0 Wb Mn C
1500Classi.Neverad 6-unck 2el e, aLoade, 5Sales20862- W1 m..Csete '0'insrAdip k bed liner, Full
work, goodipartsobikeaadawithextras$8,000.805$150.00IstCald (334) 794-
13671 ml,, $7,m00 mbes e $steern C50-enA/C Mazdau '064k Millesa, T .-t'4-28
vrynscl eandGreatxcond. city, 40+!hMy,,nwctiex s tan, aut sunI-
Kawask50073Mean02- $4000.. 334-618-ibu 341. &6moade s,9 2,0 ml Chevyi'0,e
Se Spcansweraltediton ml,7-7149-O4-1 wed. 17,0 F sExt., cab wlo ng
U 500niles$ 20,000850Chev '94-Cpr9c7m-,d$14,000..Call (3341Fb', C Full tow ng ,

inacluded $8, 0Sa00./ siorea e nd s rc f $ OB ___5 1 8k mle .W e t Chevy l t03_710,_4__ _eg 2271.
334-899-4247w -lSt at hio n twa Autroo f while, -1 M ioaded$8.5
$1,000. 334-696-88019, tom rims, 32K mi oy La Chean whit e vyPow 96uverrades 9owe r

34-8-ers$55,000D334-68e' i86e Arew Trueo, .i l
Moro MtrScts e Chrylery '01 O ebrin Mazda04/4-794-6191. 8, You!!0LWBithexCabGo80. $
136m71 Blue, $150850lR-nsratr CodrLoaddC153K nsles,
25-68c ner tise, 5Ktr mis, osse C a nua in0iresh o Toyotaa98 iena $3990. 0960 334- 671-,
vexlclleant conditiond. GrendAto.r71k.nunu 4216
Polaris '004 heee rG$7 000.,334-618-3414 &many$10t4as.$12, gesreof5at 0 ,0
KawSeeal Edrive (TrXy) 10R-8S4.
347429 Chryun's2elebrin, mVlwg '4,000. HaulerbBed w/Rhino
Rnger '06 700mie.EFt cnvribek.al7C E0.c..oy odt 2 7-30ry L x t Whel$3K72in

Roa od S arts '01 1600 Chrysler 'OSabrcikca Moer cedeihxta$80s e
dresmi.dou, $ Km0850C ordtringLdadedm,5, b3Kh3'p 4mex Votsan. 334-r99 C 7M r
Motorccle.onverta4lean,5Gresond. qc i eso+lyHw t opotan ciena ir. 334-687-
ml,,ak excllet edition D o nd, Mercedest'98- e171ketdsa s,1 a a G
Polaris '00 4-Wheeler, $7,200 830-685-55428ora400 a719r ro n $ 06 o 850-

LoUeU, Grea conu.
$16,800 OBO. 334-347-
Toyota'99 Tacoma 4X4
single cab 4 cyl. auto,
31/1050 all terrian tires.
,120k, $9,000 OBO. 334-
685-7207; 850-258-3018

Toyota'04 Tundra 47k
4doorAll Power,Tinted
Windows',20" Chrom
Rims, CD $16,800 or
OBO. Call 334-596-0157
Toyota'06 Tundra XSP
pack. 33,000K mi. Exc-
shape, 4-dr, loaded,
leather, bedlinerw/
fold-a-cover, 20'
chrome rims, still under
warranty. $1.7,000 334-
Buick'07 Rainier, By
owner, 2WD, 6 cyl., Sil-
ver Leather, Power,
20,000 mi. $20,000 neg.,
Call 334-370-3921'
CHEV'04 Avalanche Z71
loaded $18,000 call 334-
Chevrolet'99 S10 Blaz-
er, Good AC New trans..
with warr,, New tires,
clean. Runs great!l...
REDUCED! $3,200. 334-

Chevrolet '01 Tahoe LT.
4x4, leather. 1 owner.
85k mi. Sunroof, 3rd
seat, Exc. cond. $11,500.

Chevy '01 Blazer, White
AT6-cyl 4WD, 130k PB
sunroof, $5,800. Call
334- 793-0677.
Chevy '00 Blazer 4x4 LX,
white, 4 door, auto,
fully loaded, CD, 100K
miles runs great, very
nice, almost new condi-
tion. $5000. 334-598-
9068 or 334-477-3325

Chevy '01 Tahoe LT,
128k mi., sun roof, thr.
3rd seat, heated seats,
TV, ALL power, new
tires, fact. wrrnty.
$9,800 OBO. 678-350-
Chevy '00 Z71 Ext. Cab,
4 WD, 137K mi., $6600,

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nit B I n !' -l COURT OF THE
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4.'nrl''f -kv E ,';rE a--l wBs COUNTY. FLORIDA

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er, $15,1i)i ,,i.. :. 14
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Toyota '014 Runner SR-
5 2-WD $8700. 112k
miles. West Main Car
Sales W. Main. Street
Dothan. 334-699-5880

Toyota '07 Sequoia,
Gray, 2 WD. 42k mi.
Loaded, moon roof,
leather, DVD entmt
system, warranty.
Great cond. $25,000.
Toyota '01 Sequoia,-
limited edition, tan
leather interior, sun-
roof, 109k miles $9,000.
Toyota '04 Sequoia SR5
Awesome vehicle,
leather, 6 CD changer,
DVD, all power, 2 tone
white. 108K m, $14,100

FQrd '01 Windstar LX,
.8L, V6, autoOD trans,
7 pass., dual sliding
doors, PW/D/L, Cruise,
black w/gray cloth in-
ter. 140K miles, well
maint, $3,950.00 850-
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Case No: 08-221-PR

The heirs of Jamie
Lynn Messer Estate, if
alive, and if dead,
their spouse, their
heirs, devisees, grant-
ees, creditors, and all
other parties claiming
by, through, under, or
against her; any un-'
known spouse, heir
devisee, grantee and
creditors of the heirs
of Jamie Lynn Messer
Estate, and their suc-
cessors, and all other
parties claiming by,
through, under, or
against their; and all
unknown natural per-
sons if alive, and if
dead or not known to
be dead or alive, their
several and respec-
tive, unknown spouse,
heirs, devisees, grant-
ees, and creditors, or
other parties' claiming
by, through or under
those unknown natu-
ral persons; and the
several and respec-
tive unknown assign,
successors in inter-
est,,.trustees or any
other person claiming
by, through, under or
against any corpora-
tion or other legal en-
tity named as defen-
dant; and all claim-
ants, persons or par-
ties, natural or corpo-
rate, or whose exact
legal status is un-
known, claiming un-
der any of the above
named nr described

Jeep '00 Cherokee Sport OBO. 334-791753l defendants or parties
4-D 2WD 131k miles Volvo'05 XC-90T6- or claiming to have
$4500 West Main Car AWD. Lthr, woodgrain, any right, title, or ina
Sales. 1862 West Main sunroof, 3rd row seat, terest in the Estate of
St Dothan. 334-699-5880 very clean. 41k miles Jamie Lynn Messer.
Jeep '01 Cherokee, 4x4, $19,900. 334-618-0808
cold AC & CD player, Defendants
runs great, new paint, Defendants.
$5500 OBO, Call (334) VANS
Jeep 01' Grand Chero- TO: TehiofJ
kee Laredocream col- TO The heirs of Jamie
or, bug shield, side vis- Lynn Messer
ors, roof rack, clean in-
side&out.97kmiles YOU ARE NOTIFIED
runs great. $6500.850- .. that a Petition to De-
547-5292 termine Beneficiaries
has been filed against
Jeep '03 Wranger, very .Chry Town & Country you and that you are
nice! khaki, soft top, '01 LXI, Loaded, 79k mi. required to serve a
AC, AT, over-drive, tilt, $6995 West Main Car copy of -your written
4.0 4WD, tow pkg. run- Sales.1862 West Main defenses, if. any, to it
ning boards, CD, full St Dothan.334-699-5880 on Charles M. Wynn,
doors, new tires & bat- whose address is
tery, 39,400 mi. $13,8000 4436 Clinton Street,
obo. Paul 850-482-7490 ,- ', J' P.O. Box 146, Marian-
Jeep '91 Wrangler, 4 -: na, Florida 32447 on
cyl. good shape, new or befor e December
top, Rhino bed line 29, 2008, and fil e cther
spraye inside, 334)726-0219 of this Court at Jack-
Call (334)726-0219 son County Court- house, 4445
SDodge'GrandCara Lafayette Street,
Dodge'1GrandCara- Marianna, Florida
von ES red Van.Auto.
6g,2 D 2,m- i 32446, beforeservce
cyl.2 WDo 112,K r on Petitioner of im-
i-- '^'- miles, Loaded, Power mediately thereafter.
\- brakes, Power steering, o fa to do so, a
S CD, A/C, AM/FM, ste- defaltmay been-
reo, runs well, leather dealt may e en-or
Jeep '97 Wrangler. int. very clean, $5,200. tred against yon for
New red paint job Call 334-347-0496. the relef demanded
SUV. 5-spd. 4-cyl. 4 WD, In the petto
100,000 mi., power
brakes, power steering,d Copies- of all court
CD, A/C, AM/FM, runs documents In this
well. Great cond. $6200, case, including or-
334-693-209.the Clerk 'of the Cir-
Jeep '08 Wrangler Sa- cult Court's office.
hara 4x4, 7,900 mi, hard You may review these
top& soft top, towing Dodge 2002 Caravan SE, documents upon re-
pkg., black, khaki int., 82.800 mi, clean&load- quest
$23,500, 334-685-0653 ed $ 5400.00 OBO. Call
334-687-3171 You must keep the
Land-Rover '99 Range Clerk of the Circuit
RoverHSE4.6, fully Dodge '99 Caravan V6- Coulerkt's offi the notircu-t
loaded, 95K mi., $7,200 jazzy 1113 power cbair fedCourt's offi your current-
OBO Call (334) 797-0768 & a Harmar power call d ref yot ure ntws
ramp inside. $5000, call address. Future pa-

334 7475C:34-797-5693 be aed to the
Address on record at
Ford '07 E150 Cargo the clerk's office.
Me rcury 99 MT. Dk. van. Contractor ready
Blue w/ grey leather, warranty, key less Dated: 10-24-08
sunroof, 89K. Loaded. entry, $14,700 0BO 334-
Great cond. $5900,334- 796-8174. DALE RABON
687-4494. GUTHRIE
687'44942 t- Pontiac '2001 Montana, As Clerk of the Court
Nissan '02 Pathfinder all power, rear A/C, 7 .
SE. Loaded w/options passenger, good condi- /s/BONNIE SMITH
Excellent cond. $12,000. tfion. $4500.334-299- BONNIE SMITH
334-447-0053 3378 or 334-618-7101 Deputy Clerk

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Chevy '00 Tahoe, LT,
4x4, black w/tan leath-
er. 145K, winch & brushT
guard. $8,900 OBO 793-
9130 or 205-907-0861

Chevy 05 Tahoe, ...
,White, leather, CD,
3rd Rowon-star/ JEEP'90YJHT5-spd
XM, 2WD, 40,500 6 cyl 4WD 3" Lift
miles, Wry clean, Lockers $14,000:
$18,500, Call 334-899 InvestSale$7,999
7099. 334-673-0088.
Chevy '03 Trailblazer
LT, seats 8 exc.condi-
tion. 15,000 actual ml
orig. price. $36,000, as'k-
ing $14,500. 334-333-
Eddie Bauer '04 Expedi-
tion, blue. Captain
chairs, 107K mi. $10,500
OBO 334-673-0823. Nissan '07 Armada,
Ford '98 Explorer, 2 Black/tan, oil changes
door sport, 5 speed, & warranty, $26,500,
A/C, runs goods. 143K Call Jeff 334-701-8303 or
miles. $2500 OBO. 334- Lacy 334-701-6020,
790-0490 NISSAN ARMADA'05
Ford'07 Explorer Eddie fully loaded even navi-
Bauer, V6;,3rd row seat, gaion 85k miles. Need
asking $20,975 obo, Call payoff $18,00
34-797-4576 (334)695-4965.
Nissan '04 Xterra, 64K
lml., 4x4, AT, $9,800
~ p OBO, 334-983-4446
Nissan '06' Xterra 5,
black, V6, auto 33k
Smiles $16,500 334-300-
8102 leave message.
GMC '01 Yukon SLT, Toyota '05 Highlander
Leather, Third row, limited, white leather,
Tow Package, Good all power, 7 passenger,
tires, $10,200.714-9510. 6 CD changer. $19,500
OBO. 334-791-7653

GMC '01Yukon SLT
white, Ithr, 1 ownei, ga-
raged, 92K mi. $10,900.
Great Cond !!334-692-.
4124 or 334-797-7603. .
-"< Black, SUV. Auto, 6-cyl.
V 2 WD. 80,400 miles,
.i s Loaded, Great cond
Sw$18,000, 850-579-4017.

Tvi:,iia"-0 TI:,':,nu Pre ,::,n.j.Tn-' ] 113 ,T,Wle ,
rrn r ., I ':, bru. ,r, $ )')5. W l r j.1 l. ir, ? r
guard I.:...I D,:,. nev 1lli S.i, I 18-2 W .Marw SI
lire qrEar :r.cue. 121K, n 3)4 c99 58'1)
mi 3i46;l 1 .-35
-.ndja 'OF. EI9mrritnt. '14
.ri-. S J ;9 ) JL'
ii) si fl-I"
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S ,r, ,ur. ,,:-1 4W D,.
29,000, Loaded, power
brakes, power steering, Honda '05 Rancher ES
CD, AC, AM/FM, stereo, (5-spd push button
runs well, low miles, shift), Green, 2wd, Low
very clean, warranty, miles, VERY clean, Like
Like new. $23,900.Call new. (It does.have '
334-475-3600. black rims) $3500, 850-

Toyota '02 Tacoma SR5,
Ext. Cab. Must be refin- Hummer '07 H3,
anced loan balance $24,900,Red, 10,500
$12,000. 86k mi., exc. miles, Red/ Black
cond. Call 334-475-1785. Leather Seats, Chrome
-Brush Guard, Larger
'" Tires than Stock, 4x4,
Call 334-685-3463

Toyota'05 Tacoma X-
Runner, Red, 36K miles, 4
I oded. Gra cond.

Ford '01 Windstar Sel.

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