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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:
2008
Frequency:
Daily (except Saturday and Monday)[<1979-1995>]
Weekly[ FORMER 1934-<1955>]
daily
normalized irregular
Language:
English

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Newspapers -- Marianna (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jackson County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Genre:
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Spatial Coverage:
United States of America -- Florida -- Jackson -- Marianna

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

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Times-courier (Marianna, Fla. : 1947)
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Marianna Floridan

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THURSDAY


Task force busts indoor pot farm


BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
Late Wednesday, the Jackson
County Drug Task Force dismantled
a sophisticated hydroponic marijuana
greenhouse being operated in a barn
outside the residence of a Malone-
area man.
Eulatio Santiago, 29, was charged
with the cultivation of marijuana in
the case and with other offenses
unrelated to the grow operation.
Task Force Commander Joey
Rabon said the 13 plants found in the
barnmwere of the highest quality - all
Sensimillia, female plants that pro-
duce marijuana worth $1,800 to
$2,000 an ounce. That makes the
haul worth about a quarter-million
dollars on the street, he estimated.
Rabon said they were the highest-
quality plants he's seen growing here
in all his years as a law enforcement


officer in Jackson County.
Each of the potted plants had its
own 1,000-watt grow light, watering
system and fertilizer dispenser,
Rabon said, and each was about five
feet tall and five feet in diameter.
Rabon said it appears power for the
lighting system was diverted to the
barn with the help of small trans-
formers.
Santiago was already in jail on a
child abuse charge when the plants
were discovered in the barn outside
his residence at 5438 Gooseberry
Lane, Rabon said.
During the course of the child
abuse investigation, authorities
received information that led them to
seek a search warrant on suspicion of
drug activity at the residence.
Santiago would not give a consent to
search, but a judge agreed to issue the
See BUST, Page 7A >


Jackson County Drug Task Force member Virgil Watson of the Marianna Police Department tags one of the mar-
ijuana plants found growing in a barn near Malone Wednesday. - Mark Skinner/Floridan


County grapples with illegal dump sites


BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
Jackson County commissioners
grappled Tuesday with an old prob-
lem that is getting new attention -
illegal trash being dumped in remote
areas of the county.
The case they discussed Tuesday is
located on property near the intersec-
tion of Biscayne and Sunlight roads
near Malone.
Everything from sofas to rusty,
ragged oil drums have been dumped
in the area. Children's discarded
toys, mattresses, paint rollers, carpet-
ing remnants and at least one old
console television also litter the
roughly quarter-mile-long stretch.
The site was referred to the coun-
ty's new Code Enforcement Board,
along with "a recommendation for
action against the property owner"
who owns the debris-riddled land
adjacent to the road.
Under local nuisance ordinances,


the county could have possibly had
the site cleaned up and then assessed
a lien against the property for the
cost, or could have demanded that the
owner have it cleaned up.
But as the county looked deeper
into the problem found itself on
shaky ground as far as those, options
were concerned.
For one thing, the property owners
deny having put the material there.
Instead, according to Jackson County
Commissioner Milton Pittman,*it is a
widely held belief that, for years, a
variety of unknown parties have like-
ly used this and other remote loca-
tions as a dump silte, ratherhain tak-
ing their trash to the landfill iInd p.i -
ing a tipping fee for its disposal.
Pittman says he doesn't think it's
fair to penalize the property owner
under those circumstances, and he
and fellow commissioners declined
to take that action Tuesday.
There was another problem with
the idea as well - the code enforce-


ment board has acknowledged that it
appears some of the material was
actually pushed onto the' private
property by the county's own road
crews as they graded the road and
encountered debris dumped in the
shoulder.
Dirt from the road was mixed into
the materials and visible throughout,
said board representative Dana
Erbacher.
The county also declined to take a
different solution which was p0o-
posed after a meeting between coun-
ty staff and advisors, the piopcrit
owner, and Pittman to dliIis t-ihe
issue.
The owner had agreed during or
after that session to erect a fence
around his land in an effort to keep
more debris from being dumped on it
if the county would agree to clean up
what's already there.
But commissioners, afraid doing
See DUMPS, Page 7A >


Jackson County Commissioners are trying to find the best solution to this
illegal dumping problem on Sunlight Road near where it intersects with
Biscayne Road. - Mark Skinner/Floridan


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picking up his diploma Tuesday at the Sneads
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Below left, Donitavious Walker and Crystal
Watts show off their diplomas during the Sneads
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Weather Outlook

T a Partly cloudy with scattered
Todljay afternoon thunderstorms as
the front remains close to
[~the area.

High - 930

Low - 660



Tomorrow Partly cloudy with a
slight chance of
High - 930 afternoon thunder-
storms as a ridge of
Low - 69' - high pressure builds
back in.


I Saturday Par cloudy" arm
- and hunid with a
High - 930 slight chance of a
thundersormi as high
Low - 700 pressure remains
over the area.


Sunday Partly cloudy with a
slight chance of an
High - 930 afternoon thunder-
storm. High pressure
Low - 70� remains in the area.



Monday Paridl cioud. and
- 930 continued warm and
High - 93� humid with an after-
Hg ~noon thunderstorm
Low - 710 possible. High pres-
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POLICE ROUNDUP '
MARIANNA POLICE the latest available reporting peri-
The Marianna Police ods:
Department listed the following - Javarrian Donald, 19, P.O.
incidents for May 27, the latest Box 421, Chattahoochee, retail
available report: Three _. theft.
traffic accidents, one z-- .'Y-- - Matthew Owens, 18,
missing person, one Y ,'- _ . 1733 Tobe Way, Grand
stolen vehicle, one suspi- .- --- Ridge, retail theft.
cious vehicle, one suspi- CR M E - Phillip Pope, 45,
cious incident, one high- r ' 1690 Gulf Power Road,
way obstruction, five dis- Sneads, violation of com-
turbances, one drug case, one munity control.
burglar alarm, one larceny cornm- - Christopher Turner, 32, 7767
plaint, one vandalism complaint, Highway 90, Sneads, abuse of a
two obscene/threatening phone disabled adult.
calls, onejuvenile complaint, one - Windell Peterson, 25, 4366
gas skip, one assist of another Pearl St. (Lot 21), Marianna, vio-
agency, seven public service lation of county probation.
calls, one warrant served, nine - Deborah Duggar, 46, 17992
traffic stops, and one 911 hang- NW County Road 12, Bristol,
up. worthless checks-five counts.
- Lester Hollins, 51, 2012
JACKSON COUNTY Glanton St., Dothan, Ala., sen-
SHERIFF'S OFFICE tenced to 364 days.
The Jackson County Sheriff's - Kenneth Henderson, 44,
Office listed the following inci- 17116 State Road 65, Hosford,
dents for May 27, the latest avail- possession of marijuana less than
able report: Six abandoned vehi- 20 grams.
cles, one alarm, six animal corn- - Timothy Coulliette, 20, 1882
plaints, two assaults, four assists Tobe Lane, Marianna, retail theft.
of other agencies, one burglary, - Jonathan Holmes, 19, 4892
one child abuse complaint, three Timber Lane Road, Bascom,
criminal registrations, one crimi- retail theft.
nal mischief complaint, two dis- - Brad Lackey, 22, 1337 South
turbances, one fight in progress Kimbrel Lane, Panama City,
reported, one larceny complaint, driving under the influence, DUI
one patrol request, two public with property damage-two
service calls, one stolen vehicle, counts, leaving scene of crash.
two suspicious incidents, four - Fitzgerald Williams, 18,
threats, four traffic accidents, two 1938 Wagon Lane, Marianna,
traffic stops, three transports, one retail theft.


unauthorized use of a vehicle,
four warrant arrests, and three
reckless drivers.

JACKSON COUNTY
CORRECTIONAL FACILITY
The following persons were
booked into the county jail during


JAIL POPULATION:208

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


WAKE-UP CALL


ULTRA VIOLET INDEX
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THE SUN AND MOON
Sunrise 5:39A
S ,e t 7:37P.


JuniLse
Moonrise
Moonset


1:42A
2:09P


June June June June
3 10 18 26


COMMUNITY CALENDAR


May 30 - Friday
* The Southeastern Community Blood
Center's mobile unit will be accepting
blood donations at Calhoun CI,
Blountstown, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Call
526-4403.

May 31 - Saturday
* The Jackson County Farmers' Market
is open Tuesdays, Thursdays and
Saturday, from 6:30 a.m. until all fresh
produce is sold out. This state certified
farmers' market accepts the FMNP/WIC
and Elder Affairs coupons.

June 1 - Sunday
* Today is the discount deadline for the
Miss Freedom Pageant (p.k.a. Miss
Firecracker Pageant); entries accepted at
the door. Contact Vernon City Hall for an
application, (850) 535-2444.

June 2 - Monday
* Quit Smoking Now classes begin at
Jackson Hospital Cafeteria Board Room
at 6 p.m. No cost to attend; free nicotine
replacement therapy available for partici-
pants. Curriculum developed by ex-
smokers for those who want to become
ex-smokers themselves. To register, con-
tact Brigitta Nuccio at 718-2562 or bnuc-
cio@bigbendahec.org.
* The Sneads Carlisle Rose Garden
Club's final meeting for 2007-2008
begins at 10 a.m., at the log cabin in
Sneads. The meeting will be a workshop
to plan for the year ahead and set up pro-
grams for future meetings; "brown bag"
lunch.
* Campbellton Senior Citizens meet at
the Commnunity Center at 6 p.m. The pro-
gram will present information for those
over 55 who want to work. Bring a
favorite dish. Call 263-8145.
* The Northeast Jackson County
Optimist Club meets at 6:30 p.m., at the
Malone City Cafe, with special speaker,
Florida Public Utilities Conservation
Specialist Mason Brock, who will present
the latest forms of energy conservation.
* AARP Chapter No. 3486's board


meeting is at 1:30 p.m., in the library in
Marianna.
* The City of Jacob's monthly meeting
starts at 7 p.m., in city hall. Call 263-
6636. 1

June 4 - Wednesday
* The Southeastern Community Blood
Center's mobile unit will be accepting
blood donations at Northwest Florida
Community Hospital, Chipley, from 10
a.m. to 3 p.m. Call 526-4403.

June 5 - Thursday
* The Jackson County Senior Citizens
will be taking applications for the Jackson
County Farmers' Market Coupon
Program June 5 and June 12, from 8 a.m.
to 12 p.m. Applications can be complet-
ed on these dates at the Jackson County
Board of County Commissioners Office
on Madison Street, across from the court-
house, Marianna. To qualify, applicants
must live in Jackson County, be 60 years
or older and submit the following: Picture
ID (no family photos); all household
members' social security cards or proof of
number from Social Security Office (no
Medicare cards); and all household mem-
bers' proof of income (no bank state-
ments). Call Abbie Burdeshaw at 263-
3401.
* The Southeastern Commnunity Blood
Center's mobile unit will be accepting
blood donations at Washington
Correction Correctional Institution,
Chipley, from 12:30 p.m. to 4 p.m. Call
526-4403.
* The Marianna Ted Walt Post No.
12046 of Veterans of Foreign Wars meets
at 6 p.m., for a business meeting and cov-
ered-dish supper, at Wimberly
Warehouse, corner of Jefferson and
Daniels streets, behind the courthouse.
Veterans of foreign wars call 482-8140.

June 6 - Friday
* The Southeastern Community Blood
Center's mobile unit will be accepting
blood donations at Wal-Mart in Chipley,
from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Call 526-4403.


June 7 - Saturday
* The Chipola Dulcimer Association's
sixth annual June Jam starts at 10 a.m., in
the Alford Community Center: All
acoustic musicians welcome. Come to
play or listen. Accommodations are air
conditioned. Bring a covered dish for
lunch. Drinks, ice, cups, forks and plates
provided. Call 482-3819.
* The 2008 Watermelon Pageant starts
at 12 p.m., in the Washington County
Agricultural Center on Highway 90 in
Chipley. Applications for the pageant are
available at Carolyn's Fashions, Railroad
Avenue, Chipley, 638-8386. Pageant pro-
ceeds benefit Tri-County Community
Council's Toys for Tots program.
* The 32nd Annual Glisson Family
Reunion and the 14th reunion of the
244th Port Company of the 495th
Battalion will be at the American Legion
Building, Highway 90 West, Marianna.
Bring a covered dish. Call 592-2685 or
(863) 533-4409.
* Big E Loves The Kids Fun Day starts
at 11 a.m., in the Milton Pavilion,
Marianna. Free hamburgers, hot dogs,
chips and soda for all the kids.
Moonwalk, clowns, pony rides, balloon
toss and music by DJ Diamond D. Call
272-2443.
* Chipola Healthy Start, which serves
Calhoun, Liberty, Holmes, Jackson and
Washington counties, hosts Parenting
Education Preparation (P.E.P.) Rally from
10 a.m. to 1 p.m., at the Jackson County Ag
Center, 2741 Pennsylvania Ave., Marianna.
Speakers include Dr. Ben Sanders, pedi-
atric dentist. Featured will be activities for
the kids, a free raffle, a big raffle (tickets
are $3), mom and kids fashion show, a skit
from S.W.A.T. and free goodies. A hot dog,
chips and drink meal will be available for
$1. Children, parents, soon-to-be parents,
and those with an interest in the welfare of
children through better pregnancies and
parenting are welcome.
* AARP hosts a driver safety program
for-those 50 and over, at Jim's Buffet in
Marianna, starting at 8:30 a.m. Materials
fee is $10. R.S.V.P. to 526-4561.


The submission deadline for this calendar is two days before publication. Submit to: Community Calendar; Jackson County Floridan, P. 0.
Box 520, Marianna, FL 32447, e-mail editorial@jcfloridan.com, fax (850) 482-4478 or bring items to 4403 Constitution Lane in Mariamna.


READER'S


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Office Hours: Weekdays, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
CIRCULATION
Missed Delivery: Subscribers should receive their newspa-
per no later than 6 a.m. If you do not receive your newspa-
per, call the Floridan circulation department between 7 a.m.
and 5 p.m. weekdays, and 7 a.m. and 11a.m. Sunday.
Subscription Rates: Home delivery: one month $9.95; three
months, $29.85; six months $59.70; one year, $119.40. All
prices include applicable state and local taxes. Mail sub-
scriptions are payable in advance. By mail, three months,
$38.70, six months, $77.40, one year, $154.80.


GUIDE To THE JACKSON COUNTY FLORIDAN


ADVERTISING
The advertiser agrees that the 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 advertisements 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-insertion 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 characteris-
tics is not acceptable.
LETTERS POLICY
The Jackson County Floridan welcomes the opinions of our
readers on any public issue. All letters must bear the
writer's signature and be printed or typed with name, full
address and telephone number for verification purposes.
Only the writer's name and city will be published. The
Floridan reserves the right to edit or not publish any letter.


HOW TO GET YOUR NEWS PUBLISHED
The Jackson County Floridan will publish news of general inter-
est free of charge. Submit your news or Community Calendar
events via e-mail, editorial@jcfloridan.com; fax, (850) 482-
4478; mail, Editorial Department, P.O. Box 520, Marianna, FL
32446; or hand delivery, 4403 Constitution Lane, Marianna.
Fees may apply for wedding, engagement, anniversary and
birth announcements. Forms are available at the Floridan
offices. Photographs must be of good quality and suitable for
print. The Floridan reserves the right to edit all submissions.
PUBLICATION DAYS
The Jackson County Floridan (USPS 271-840) is published
Tuesday through Friday and Sunday mornings. Periodical
postage paid ai Marianna, Fla.
POSTMASTER
Send address changes to Jackson County Floridan, P.O. Box
520 Marianna, FL 32447


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Panama City Low- 12:45A/6:15P High - 8:45A
Apalachicola Low- 3:30A/7:45P High - 12:45A/11:15A
Port St. Joe Low- 1:45A/7:15P High - 10:15A
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Pensacola Low- 2:15A High - 3:OOP

RIVER READINGS Reading Flood Stage
Woodruff 40.23 ft. 66.0 ft.
Blountstown 1.89 ft. 33.4 ft.
Marianna 5.44 ft. 27.2 ft.
Caryville 1.52 ft. 23.4 ft.


Getting It Rightl

The Jackson County Floridan strives to make sure content
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 promptly. To report an error, please call the news-
room at 526-3614 Monday-Friday.


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DAR in the news


Alma Milton, left, introduces
Dr. Huw Christopher, who
spoke to Chipola Chapter,
NSDAR in February about
"Finding a New Home in a
New Land."


Harold Donaldson, during
March's chapter meeting, tells
daughters and guests about
the history of banking in
Jackson County and the cur-
rent financial situation.


At a recent book signing at Chipola River Book & Tea in
Marianna, Pensacola News Journal Editor Emeritus Jesse Earle
Bowden, left, accepts a certificate of appreciation from Chipola
Chapter, NSDAR, for his work in historical preservation and
conservation. Presenting the certificate: Chipola Chapter Regent
Dorcas Jackson, right, FSSDAR Public Relations Chairman Mary
Robbins and Blue Springs Society President Marshall Parrish.


LOCAL


Cottondale pageant winners


Above: Afternoon Queens - (from left) Pee Wee Miss
Cottondale Bailey Johnson, Tiny Miss Cottondale Trista
Williams and Petite Miss Cottondale Taylor Sheffield.
Below: Evening Queens - (front) Little Miss Cottondale
McKenzie Gay; (back, from left) Junior Miss Cottondale
Brianna Manning, Miss Cottondale Morgan Mount and Teen
Miss Cottondale Na'Kista Mobley. - Contributed photos


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Jack Davis Strickland, 7 months, is the son of Jason and Dani
Strickland of Bristol, and the little brother of Blaine and Blake
Tharpe. Paternal grandparents are Larry and Cora Strickland
of Marianna, and Charlotte Strutko of Bristol. Maternal grand-
parents are Tom and Irene and Tom Davis of Conway, Ark.,
and Randy Stutler of West Virginia. - Contributed photo


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Delegates to the 106th annual
Conference of the Florida.
State Society Daughters of the
American Revolution in
Orlando: Mary Robbins, left,
Sharon Wilkerson, center, and
Dorcas Jackson. The chapter
received 12 certificates for
outstanding achievement.


Junior Page at FSSDAR con-
ference in Orlando, Markie
Parrish, with the visiting state
regents from Arizona and
New York.


Troy University announces

Florida's Spring 2008

Dothan Campus graduates


Markie Parrish carries the
chapter flag, ahead of her
grandmother, Dorcas Jackson,
in the Regents' Night
Procession in Orlando.


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Regent Dorcas Jackson, right,
places a Good Citizen lapel
pin on John Parrish, recipient
of the DAR Good Citizen
Award and a senior at
Marianna High School.


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
Troy University conferred
degrees on approximately 150
students during Spring 2008
Commencement Exercises at
the Dothan Civic Center
Sunday, May 18.
Alabama Attorney General
Troy King, a Troy alumnus,
delivered the keynote address
to the graduates.
The following Florida resi-
dents received degrees:
Bachelor's Degree
Altha - Tara Jenae
Hansford


Fort Walton Beach -
Timothy Jeffers Fields
Jacksonville - Richard
Clay Lewis, Jr.
Panama City Beach -
Heather Hammond Hayes
Watkins (Magna Cum Laude)
Westyille - Markus Ray
Roberts (Magna Cum Laude)
Master's Degree
Graceville - Gail Dixon
Mann, Jessica Redmon
Prescott, Jonathan Euless
Prescott and Levester Ramsey
Jr.
Mims - Edith Marie
Jenkins


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Dr John W. Kurpa.
The Area's ONLY
Board Certified
Chiropractic Neurologist

Board Certification
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'Free Your Mind'
book drive needs
book donations
SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
The Jackson County
Youth Council has launched
Operation Free Your Mind
Book Drive. Books collected
will be distributed to juve-
nile detention centers, an
effort to increase youth liter-
. acy within Florida detention
centers.
Drop-off locations are:
Marianna and Graceville
libraries, Grand Ridge Town
Hall, Malone's IGA, and
McDaniel's in Sneads.
For more information,
contact Linda Long at 594-
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BY RICH SHOPES
MEDIA GENERAL NEWS SERVICE

As gas prices reach new
highs, Americans are driving
fewer miles.
A study by the U.S.
Department of Transportation
shows the sharpest decline
ever for March. Compared
with the same month a year
ago, U.S. motorists drove 11
billion fewer miles.
That 4.3 percent decline
was the steepest year-to-year
drop for any month since the
agency started reporting on
estimated travel in 1942.
The data show that driving
behavior is a function of price,
said AAA's Gregg Laskoski.
"The longer we see rising gas
prices, the more likely we will
see Americans trying to
reduce their discretionary


travels."
The DOT's . Federal
Highway Administration,
which based its study on traf-
fic counts at 4,000 locations
across the country, said
Americans started curbing
their appetite for driving in
November and that Floridians
have been chalking up fewer
miles since September.
The rate of decline has been
steeper in Florida than nation-
ally. Except for one month,
December, Florida motorists
cut their mileage at a greater
rate than drivers nationally.
Laskoski said one reason
might be that seniors on fixed
incomes are staying home or
making fewer long drives to
save gas.
Another might be that
motorists of all stripes are
curbing weekend trips, con-
solidating their errands and, in


general, striving to spend less
time in the car and at the
pump, he said.
"We've got a winning base-
ball team in Tampa Bay, and
they have the best record in
baseball, ... but they're still
not filling that stadium. I can't
help but think that [the price of
gas] is part of this reason," he
said.
High gas prices also are
affecting commutes, not just
weekend travel. Stephen
Reich, an analyst at the Center
for Urban Transportation
Research at the University of
South Florida, said car-pool-
ing and public transit numbers
are up.
Hillsborough Area Regional
Transit, the county's bus
agency, says its ridership is
7.2 percent higher from
October through March, the
first six months of HART's


Man charged with domestic violence


BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER

A local man has been charged
with committing domestic vio-
lence against his girlfriend during
an alleged incident Thursday just
outside the city limits of Marianna.
James Simone Dodd, 20, is
charged with one count of domes-
tic violence/battery in the case.
Sgt. Dan Hodges, of the
Marianna Police Department,
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Jackson County authorities around
3:30 p.m. when he saw Dodd
walking down Wilton Street,
Hodges had recognizing him from
a picture distributed when a search
for Dodd began earlier in the day.
Few details of the incident that
led to his arrest were immediately
available, but authorities said it
apparently began at a location on
Bump Nose Road outside the city.
Dodd allegedly caused minor
injuries to the woman, who did not
require transport for treatment.
The alleged victim was not imme-


diately named by authorities.
Dodd also allegedly broke out a
car window during the disturbance
and may have received superficial
injuries from that act, authorities
said. At some point after the alter-
cation on Bump Nose Road, the
two got in a car together and came
to Marianna and the search pro-
gressed from there.
With the woman behind the
wheel, Dodd got out of the car near
south Green Street and the search
for him began.


fiscal year.
Whether commuters contin-
ue to economize is anyone's
guess; Reich said. Although
some households try to reign
in spending and make perma-
nent the changes in their trav-
el routines, others will hop
back into the car "after the ini-
tial sticker shock wears off,"
he said. "It's human nature."
At $4 a gallon, the average
American household will
spend about $4,000 a year in
gas getting to and from work,
he said. "That's just the gas.
That doesn't include the insur-
ance."
Marie Spencer of South
Tampa drives a four-cylinder
Honda CRV to her job as a
facilities clerk at Verizon. The
60-year-old said she'll start
riding the bus to downtown
when gas hits $5 a gallon.
In some ways, she's already


making changes, albeit small
ones. "I try to consolidate my
errands. If I get off at work
and need something at the gro-
cery store, I stop at Publix on
my way home instead of put-
ting off and going out later."
Robert Batte, 50, of
Oldsmar, said his family is
coping by curbing long trips,
especially in their motor
home, and taking Batte's car, a
Mercedes, when the two are
traveling together. His wife's
Hummer stays in the garage.
In April, the two spent
$1,000 taking the family RV
to Mississippi and back to
visit the grandkids, but as for
future trips, Batte will have to
weigh the costs first.
He was pondering a long
weekend in Key West, but
now, "We're not sure we'll do
that."


so could set a precedent that
would obligate the county to
clean up other sites on private
property, voted 4-1 against
that solution with Pittman
casting the lone dissenting
vote.
"If we're going to break into
this arena, we need a compre-
hensive plan rather than deal-
ing with these case-by-case, if
we want to start it," said com-
missioner Jeremy Branch.
County staff estimated that
the debris at this site alone
would fill a dump truck 10 to
12 times, making it a large
fuel expense that the county
would have to find money for,
commissioners realized.
To address the illegal dump-
ing problem as a whole, the
code enforcement board had


also suggested that the county
enact a law mandating that
residents sign up for garbage
collection service. That was
dismissed without a vote and
little discussion. Pittman
pointed out later that mandato-
ry garbage service would like-
ly not address the disposal of
large items that are normally
not part of regular garbage
service.
The code enforcement
board had one other sugges-
tion which got a more lively
reaction from commissioners.
The board recommended
that the county put dumpsters
at key intersections so that
people could dump their
unwanted items in those.
Pittman and others on the
board said the county tried


that once about a dozen years
ago with bad results.
If the dumpsters got full,
people simply threw their
trash on the ground beside
them and created eyesores all
over the county, Pittman said.
When all was said and done
Tuesday, the situation at
Biscayne and Sunlight was
left unsettled, but commis-
sioners indicated that the
wanted the code enforcement
board to go back and devise a
comprehensive strategy for
dealing with illegal dump sites
as a whole.
Pittman said he thinks the
county will have to eventually
set aside a fund dedicated to
cleaning up such sites, and
may need to bear down on vio-
lators by increasing fines for


illegal dumping. "This is just
an ugly site, and it's gotten
worse and worse," he said.
"The problem isn't going to
go away on its own, and these
things look bad on the county.
The code enforcement board
needs to regroup and lets
address this thing on a county-
wide basis."
There is one piece of good
news concerning the issue.
Commissioners recently
implemented a year-round
white goods disposal program
that seems to be helping solve
the illegal dumping problem
to an extent. Staff at Jackson
County Recycling confirm
that people are using the serv-
ice. Under the program, coun-
ty residents can dispose of
their unwanted appliances,


Services will be Saturday,
May 31, at 10:30 a.m., at the
New Birth Kimmelbrook
Baptist Church in
Y6ungstown, Ohio, for Mr.
John Albert Cotton Sr., who
departed this life Thursday,
May 22, 2008.
Mr. Cotton
was born
March 11,
1942, in River
Junction, a son
of the Rev.
Theodore
Cotton and
Rebecca Sims. Cotton
He was a grad-
uate of Jackson County
- * . Training School in Marianna.
He was a former member of
the Kimmelbrook Baptist
Church, which his father
founded and pastored. John
spent many hours helping his
father build Kimmelbrook and
took pride in seeing his
father's and the family's
dreams come to life.


He had a passion and gift
for taking care of others and
found satisfaction in seeing
others happy. He loved bowl-
ing and won various trophies.
He enjoyed fishing and travel-
ing. He worked as a coordina-
tor for the General Motors car
plant in Lordstown, Ohio,
retiring in 2002. He was self-
employed as an auto mechanic.
and owned his own business,
Cotton Automotive Service.on
McGuffey Road in
Youngstown, Ohio, for many
years.
He leaves to cherish his
memory: His beloved and
devoted wife, the former Patsy
Davis, whom he married July
21, 1967; two loving children,
John. Albert (D'Andrea)
Cotton of Tallahassee, and
Crystal Veleda Cotton of
Brooklyn, N.Y.; four brothers,
Edward (Louvenia) Cotton of
Marianna, and Lindsey Sims,
Albert (Bennie Mae) Sims and
Richard Sims, all of Augusta,
Ga.; six sisters, Wanda
(Henry) Coleman, Brenda
Ann Sims, Sandra Sims,
Cynthia Quinonez and Alice
Sims, all of Augusta, Ga., and
Devon Jackson of Marianna;
four grandchildren; and a host
of nieces, nephews, family and
friends who loved him dearly.
Besides his parents, he was
preceded in death by a son,
Christopher; and a sister,
Emma Louise Sims.
Friends may call Friday,
from 6 to 8 p.m., at the L.E.
Black, Phillips & Holden
Funeral Home, 1951
McGuffey Rd., Youngstown,
OH 44505, and from 10 to
10:30 a.m., Saturday, at the
church.

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Home - Maddox Chapel
4278 Lafayette St.
Marianna, FL 32446
482-2332
jamesandsikesfuneralhomes.com
Aubrey Wendell "Buddy"
Adams

Aubrey Wendell "Buddy"
Adams, 64, of Cottondale died
Saturday, May 24, 2008, at his
home.
A native of Jackson County,
Mr. Adams was a National
Guard veteran and a life long
self employed trucker and a
mentor to many in the truck-
ing industry.
Mr. Adams was preceded in
death by his parents, Burl and
Julia Griffin Adams; and the
aunt and uncle who raised
him, Frank and Clara Griffin.
Survivors include his wife,
Evelyn Adams of Cottondale;
two daughters, Julie Rister of
Daleville, Ala., and Deidra
Adams, United States Army,
Afghanistan; four grandchil-
dren, Jonathan Swearingin,
U.S. Army, Fort Rucker, Ala.,
Marcus Swearingin, United
States Marine Corps, Camp
LeJeune, N.C., and Timothy
Deese and Taye Griffin.
The funeral service will be
at 2 p.m., Thursday, May 29,
at Maddox Chapel, with the
Rev. James Lamb officiating.
Burial will follow at Salem
Freewill Baptist Church
Cemetery, with James & Sikes
Funeral Home - Maddox
Chapel directing.


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search warrant, which was executed a couple of hours before
nightfall Wednesday.
The plants together weighed upwards of 50 pounds, Rabon
estimated, and filled a law enforcement officer's truck to over-
flowing.
Santiago, a convicted felon in a cocaine possession case out
of Orange County, also had a pistol and a rifle in his home,
Rabon said.
The Jackson County Task Force is made up of officers from
the Cottondale Police Department, the Graceville Police
Department, the Marianna Police Department, the Florida
Department of Law Enforcement, and the Jackson County
Sheriff's Office. The task force was assisted at the scene by the
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Bureau take


close wins
BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTrs EDITOR
Rotary came up with three runs in the bot-
tom of the sixth inning Tuesday night to take.
a dramatic 3-2 victory over Elks in Dixie
Majors action at Optimist Park.
Trailing 2-0 after 5 1/2 innings, Rotary
came to bat with one last chance to win the
game and Evan Wester gave his team a spark
with a lead-off ground-rule double to start
the inning.
Matthew Purvis then drew a walk off of
Elks starter Jonathan Sikes, whose wild
pitch on the fourth ball allowed Wester to
reach third base.
Sikes, who was nearly unhittable through
the first five innings, rebounded to strike out
the next two Rotary batters, leaving runners
on second and third with two out for Kody
Bryan.
With the game on his shoulders, Bryan
came up big for his club with a two-run dou-
ble to left center field to score both runners
and tie the game.
That brought Madison Harrell to the plate
and Harrell hit a sharp ground ball to the
shortstop, who was unable to get it to first
base in time, which allowed Bryan to come
home for the game-winning run.
It was the last game of the season until
district play for Elks, while Rotary was
scheduled to take on the Lions today at 5:30
p.m.
Harrell pitched the last two innings for
Rotary to get the win Tuesday, giving up a


Farm Bureau pitcher Reid Long delivers a pitch during Tuesday's 3-2
Dixie Majors action at Optimist Park. - Mark Skinner/Floridan


run on two hits and striking out four, includ-
ing the side in the top of the sixth.
Sikes took the hard-luck loss, pitching a
complete game, giving up four hits and two
walks, while striking out 12.
Elks got on the board first in the first
inning when Sikes reached on a fielder's
choice, then came around to score later on a
wild pitch.
The 1-0 lead held until the fifth inning
when Elks added another run Gary Gilmore
singled and came around to score on an RBI
groundout by Lyle Phelps to make it 2-0.


win over Lions in


In the first game Tuesday night, Farm
Bureau defeated Lions 3-2.
Eric Perdue took the loss for Lions, giving
up three runs on two walks and one hit bats-
man in 1/3 of an inning.
Walker Roberts pitched the final 4 2/3
innings in relief and gave up no runs on two
hits and one walk, while striking out four.
Reid Long pitched a complete game for
Farm Bureau to get the .win.
He surrendered only two runs on seven
walks and two errors.


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Barnes Tire 8,


Grand Ridge 7
By SHELIA MADER
FLORIDAN CORRESPONDENT
In Dixie Boys action, Barnes fire traveled to
Grand Ridge Tuesday night and handed the Indians
an 8-7 loss.
Blake Edenfield starting on the mound for Grand
Ridge, going three innings, giving up five runs, three
earned on three hits, one walk with two errors com-
mitted behind him.
Dewayne Driggers came on in relief for the final
four innings, giving up three runs on five hits and one
walk while striking out seven.
Barnes countered with Ryan Riley who went five
and a third innings before being relieved by Kaidd
Golden.
Riley gave up seven runs on six hits, two errors
and two walks. Golden gave up no runs on one walk.
Riley was helped out in the fourth inning by back-
to-back diving catches by centerfielder Jay Phelps.
Grand Ridge was without Southpaw Michael
Mader who is sidelined due to injury.
In the top of the first inning, Brandon Burch had a
two-out double but was out on an attempted of third
on a throw from Austin Branch to Patrick McClain.
Grand Ridge scored first when McClain reached
on an error and stole home for the only scored of the
inning.
Barnes and Grand Ridge were both scoreless in the
second inning with a walk to Indian Brandon Moats
the only base runner of the inning for either team.
Barnes exploded for five runs in the third inning,
starting with a lead-off triple by Ryan Hughes.
Shayne Blanton reached on an error scoring Hughes.
With one out, an error put Godwin on base and
scored Blanton. Riley singled to score Godwin and
Burch followed with a walk.
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Recreation Softball
The Graceville
Recreation Department is
looking for softball teams to
join a league.
Teams cost $250 each.
. For more information,
contact Sonny Campbell at
415-7391 or 263-3250.

WECA Basketball
League
The West End
Community Association,
Inc. proudly presents its
Annual Basketball
League/Tournatflent for
2008. WECA's goal is for
two leagues of participants
made of four teams per
league, from the Marianna
area.
Municipalities from the
surrounding area are
encouraged to register
teams for league play also.
Participants will ' be
grouped into the following
categories, ages 7-11 and
ages 12-14. For further
information, please contact:
John Walker @ 209-7707 or
Coach -Ephriam @ 209-
2943.

Adult Recreational
Basketball
The Tri-State Basketball
Association adult recre-
ational league will be
accepting team rosters for
the upcoming season. For
further info. contact Darold
Pope at 850-272-5000. *

Soccer Camp
The Marianna Optimist
Club and the Marianna
Recreation Department will
hold a soccer camp June 2-
5 from 8:30 a. m. to 1 p.m.
for ages 7-18 at the
Marianna Optimist MERE
Park.
Campers should bring a
soccer ball, shin guards,
long socks to cover shin
guards, active footwear or
cleats, shorts, a t-shirt and
plenty of water:
There will be a goalkeep-
er camp June 6 from 8:30
a.m. to 1 p.m.
For more information,
contact Dr. Plinio Tuta at
850-693-0943 or the
Marianna Recreation
Department at 850-482-
6228.

CABA World Series
The 2008 CABA 18U
aluminum bat world series
will be held on July 27
through Aug. 3 at the Cene
Park baseball complex in
Struthers, Ohio.
Teams can register for the
world series at
www.cababaseball.com or
youngstownclassb.com.
If you need more infor-
mation on the world series,
contact Ken Quinn at 330-
755-5676.

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Boys
Continued From Page 1B
With two outs, Kaidd
Golden singled home Burch
but Edenfield sat the next bat-
ter down looking to end the
inning.
With two outs in the fourth,
Aaron Green took advantage
of an error and stole second
but a line drive to second
ended the inning.
Barnes Tire added one run
in the fifth inning.
With one out, Riley singled
and stole second and third
before scoring on a double by
Jay Phelps.
Grand Ridge answered with
a run in the bottom of the
inning.
Edenfield led off with a
double and stole third and
home.
Barnes added two runs in
the sixth inning.
Joshua Emanuel led off with
a single and stole second.
With one out, Blanton drew
a walk. With two outs,
Emanuel stole home before a
single by Chris Godwin
scored Blanton.
Riley singled but runners
were left on the comers when
the next batter ground out to
second.
Grand Ridge exploded for
five runs in the bottom of the
frame. Austin Lombardo led
off with a single, stole second
and tbird. Chris Helms drew a
walk to put runners on the cor-
ners.
A double by Garrett Harris
scored two and Harris scored
on a single by McClain.
With one out, Branch sin-
gled to score McClain and'a
single by Seth Craven scored
Branch.
Rontravious Brown drew a
one-out walk in the bottom of
the seventh inning but was out
trying to steal third. A strike-
out to the next batter ended the
ga*ne.


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020 Announcementswww.dothaneagle.com appliances, miscellane- 40K, BCBS insur- 334-790-5077 RENT $525-$650/MO Checkout
ousn 4504 DecaturFLEET MANAGER. Profes- ance, 2wk pd vac. (850)209-3591 the Classifieds
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130 Electronics 30 'a..:. daly dispatch for pri- fits. For confide 8 N Ford Tractor!!!!
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to sendmoney or in (Next to Dollar General) Coee Tale all woo st. yrs robateWill an t ancustme serv- old cat FREE to good
calling "900" numbers. Cottondale FL great condition, $30. some criminal exper- ice skills required. Fax home. (850) 482-5200 Tratr .
All numbers prefixed (850)209-7933 850-526-3365 ence. Must bewilling resume to 904-781-5605 Free: 3 male kittens, with 8 implements wwwbilybamesnet
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to callers on a per- EVERYTHING sol ,6w/high Must be self-motivated 850-272-6878 J e TOP PAY
sis.Somer hesecall s 9:00-5:ack bench(s), $95. 12 Crystal glasses, as- Word PerfectanFr. .: r . EXCELLENTBENEFITS
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of the United States & Beautiful Antique Dining table, solid cherry set850-482-5555 Non-smokerpreferred. " 1 HOME MOST WEEKENDS
expensive international Piano,TigerOak woo base Ig rectangle 2007- 26hp Kohler en- Pleasecall Massey Ferguson 124 MUST BE 23 YRS OF AGE
ratesarecharedto w/bench,goodcond. 25 7-1 nce gine, 54", industrial 850-763-09 INTERIMHEALTHCARE 301 SquareHa Baler, 1-800-844-6458
your phone ill. $250. Please call craftsmen lawnmower. or850-482-2330. has an immediate $301 2200, Call (334) 790- 8.4i-b,
THIS PUBLICATION 334-389-1696 Lg Dresser mirror 35hrs. $1,800. 334-796- opening for a R.N. to 1265 WWW.billybarnes.net
makes everyeffortto w/shelves, cherry wood 3064 make home health vis- Free to good home.M-
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34-72 .k/Ma.,,e h,rc. 20 850 5'79. Amaryllis lgallon pots, ng a delivery technician. County FdM ian P Bx Massey Fergus 45 Ful-time District
1-800-24-5274 115 B s/ ga $7.5/each. Mny colors. esec go to www.ba 520, ATTN 494 Mariann M 4HP Good work horse.Sales Manager
850-592-8769 rneshc.com and click Diesel $6000 334-793-
O.41Wraona;Pa r Oak Table wth 4 Charirs careers to apply. 3ile c.r i7 70f6i
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area. 850-762-9398/27.legs)2- $150. -482-555all 334 Tedd ft mowero, 12ft 432 e ithcarece Some management an-of
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Lost in Mossy Pond sumer 1 e or $95 QVCPlatinumDiamond cersIBM electric EXPERIENCED 7:0 pm ay P7:00am Broke850-593-4403 Ready to rde sufficient to provide good custom-
eng7606 Ladies & boys loth-209-5294 Ettypewr ris p terms. $30 850-482-OBO STAFFACCOUNTANT CNA $1000 sCahield 334432 er service Some management an-
10-14, Aqua eve Queen mattress set and (850)272-0061 NEEDED 3:00 pm 11:00 pm 1061 or774- 7120 d/or sales experience preferred.
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3BR 3BA Townhouse , finder, trolling motor, 21%/ ft. Fully self con- $33500
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4 "___ TAILS Boat. 115HP Mariner. age, & much more. 3Damor
418 fankti/CragCO- Livewells, trolling mo- New condition - 35ft.
Si P i.1 tor, new carpet. Great $9,000 OBO 850-482- s er.s
FARMLAND' 9 a9 f l1 I shape! $3800 OBO. 334- 3536sideb
w 900' ironige E of j 685-7207 ice
Maiurd,. 17. 3 Aml , . 16' ProCraft '89, trailer. 59 Moor Tre
No motor. Good cond.509 Motor Homes
8u5 5 15;2l $900.334-793-6402. towi
FO SALE '08 Triton 8 ft.Explorer Seabreze Class A 95', 334
rtarrr.iTad 'R o�w/l15 HP Mercury good condition, new
CrEe.,e , .rulr, Sacdoo 99 GS Lia Optimax.71pound motor carpet & bath fixturesArstrea
property, $55,500 es- 130hp, seat, 115hrs guide,480GPS/fish 64,900 mile. $25,500. 64.009K
at timber Lo- Dbl. Trailer, ood Cond finder, stainless steel 850-547-3431 $2,000
coated apprx. 36 33-791-0636 3700 prop Readyto fish
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2BR I1BA , 375rn1 , *dep. .
$50 app. fee non- Project, ..a, 1978- 506 Campers/
refundable 850-693- R .Y v220 CuLm, Co.n Travel T writers
0371 w �an-rdem tii. Ira,ier
S$1.80 Oh) b.:- 334 .47 . W- rrk n Pia 20 ui. 2.11't,
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424 POi.cn Boad' 6 2' earj i:.n,.
Unfinished 111 nSB4.A$o00 080 .j:
un.:ha:Er HP call 334 59. 67L5
3BR/1.5BA, Marianna, Y.ama r.3 1ra.-gd. L.IP-
1st + dep. 1 yr lease. ne�r Si1.50 i16 ,3Ci:ii Sf,,rer 1999 Sin r,ne.l
No smokingpets. Appl. 334,7145860 2iir. ia , .ul
req.850-762-252. m r.. m r, n ad.0, v
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3BR/1.5BA, Very nice. Lo- 65 HP Johnon, trolling bu5-3u56
cated on Noland Street motor. Depth finder
in Marianna. Kitchen and more. $2700. OBO Prowler '98 5th Wh. 31 ft. An
appliances included. 334-701-1408. living & dining slide, AC/tI eating Col
$700/m0. first and last. , full sz. bath. Qn. bed.
Security deposit, 1 Yr Nitro750 '04 boat motor end kitchen/oak cabi-
lease and references &trailer. Mercury11 nets, exc. cond.
required. No smoking. HP, Like new, $11,000 $12,500. 334-791-1783
No pets. Avail. July 1, 334-792-0885or
2008. Call (850) 594- 334-714-0401. Prowler '04 5th Wheel, 25
ft. Must see! Nice unit.
7525 between 6pm- Nitro 750 '04 boat motor Many extras! $15,500.
9pm.r & trailer. Mercury 115 Call 334-714-0210.
3BR/1BA, $800/mo, by HP, Like new, $11,000
Chipola College. 850- 334-792-0885or Pop-up 2006 Camper, like TotalComfortSystems
557-6366 334-714-0401. new; commode, show-
er, sleeps 6, heat & A/C,
GRACEVILLE-IBR/1BA; Nitro '07 w/ 9HP Been fridge & range, awning,
300/mo + dep. Some in water only 3 times. Forest River Flagstaff LElNdViA
petsok. 850-638-7555 Over $1K worth of 205, $6995, 334-792
electronics to give with 2956. UoooeCAcOS
Luxurious 4BR/2BA the boat. Seeking
home /pool in Indian someone takeover Pilgrim '05 5th wheel 30 -
Sprgs. 2549 sq. ft.total payments. 229-220- ft. super-slide must see
Call Ben 850-557-6366 1910. floor plan, new condo.
very clean, $13,750. Call
Never rent again! Buy Marquis '77 w/1990 rebuilt 334-441-5580. Robinson
HUD homes, from 90 HP motor, trolling mu-Na 20
$15,000! For listings tor & fish finder.$3 Nash 2004 5th wheel M- C
800-570-8898 ext. 1774 obo. 334-475-3272 2 -3, c mpodon d eating&C 1i, L,
Legend '04 Bass Boat, equipment, W-07 Sil-
433 Moble vel i,.w, mint cond., tal travel package, let's c l
lt I4.O, (334) 790-1350 discuss price. 334-701- Ser ce
1, 2 & 3BR MH Blue JaVelin '94' Bass boat 4315 Srb
Springs MH Park, Mar- 377A 150 fast strike, Montana 2005 5th Wheel, * Insta ation lu
anna. Water/sewag- er.$5500 334-596- slides, king bed, ex- Lic#CAC58726
e/garb./ lawn incl. 850- 1694 cellent condition.
592-271734 0 OBO 850-547-
592-2 7M , C n ason 1986 bassboat 110 $34500 OBO 850-547- O8 o 0
2 & 3 BR MH , Cottondale. Johnson motor, garage 288 For Co
http://www. charlos- kept, good condition Montana 02' 5th wheel
coountrvsn.com. u- $M4500 OBO 334-794- camper, 32.5 ft. 2 (
N- /u-Vt 5511 or 334-798-5936 slides, mounted space j
23nIA ;-, S,,.dr C H A-- heater, new 4000 Onan D y e
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593-6946 Cooin , - -C.
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7!8*-6-41 - ~/cooling system, awn- KIW--
2BR/2BA DW Very Clean Gheenoe'05 13 ft. Olive, ing. $4800 334-794-7103
Family of 2. Ref. Req. 5 hp Honda 4-stroke,
N ets. $500 + dep. No camseats,trailer Jayco "08" Eagle 5th
smoking850-718-8158 Like new.�$3,000 wheel, 291RLTS, 3
850-547-2708. slides, with covers, Commercial, Residenial,
3BR/2BA DW MH in - electric awning $35K, Refrigerafion& Ice Machines
Sneads & Marianna. Galaxi'88 Inboard/ selling for health rea-
Call Mon-Fri (850) 593- Outboard sons 334-791-4192 M1 7 E-
4452. 21 Ft, Cuddy Cabin, 4 Lc#RM14016967
BI Springs Hwy. 2/2 MH cyl. $4,000. Call 334-
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$700+dep. Lawn main- kely, 229-723-5958. Screen Enclosures S
er included $150. Lots of BTracker 2 , tpan-
850-593-1277r.s076w- fish, mercury 40HP,
feca.net loaded. $6400 334-794-
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96' DW, 28X60, CH/A, 4BRloaded
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MH for sale, lots of ex-rom , \ od,-'2BR, Great c end
trash, on lac of land good cond$10,500, $14,000
$55,000 850-272-0259 Call229-308-1168






















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F478 beat w/custom trailer, $600334
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porch, acre, cul-de-sac, Believe 334-792-3737, 35ft. 23,000 miles, 2900 Boda St.
11/ mile E. SAMC $140k 7KW generator, 2 en-
1A/mileE.er,___-ohyralicleelrs hours THO


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CREATION2005 Gulf Stream Cavilar (850)573-1880
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u l excellent condition. Full
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2001 FISHER 170 HAWK $7,500.334-237-1039 Jones
c .SC 17' Deep V Alum. 2004 Dutchmen Classic
115 Mer Low Hours 35ft. 2 slides. 1 bath. C concrete
503 la/ otoSB M./ iPM.34 1, . 745 Exc. cond. Like new. 30 Years Experience
ie Alum.numtboat. 50lhp lite.WDho
"|" 'fal"^ $17,500.334-671-0312. 3g
5 Yamaha 4 stroke en- Driveways, Sidewalks
S_ L L. gine, $4000, Call (334) -*-*' & Pole Barns
Yamaha G 800R '04, Red- 91-2609 2003 Keystone Cougar C
/White. 2-cyl. 160 Hrs. 2000, 23', Aquasport, 5th wheel, Series 276
Fair cond. $3800 OBO. w/200 Johnson Ocean EFs. 28 ft. w / living
334-695-2939. Runner, Great condi- room slide. Great cond.,
tion. $15, 560. Please $13000, 334-702-8267,
Ranger '91Bass Boat, call334-791-2609 leave message.
Blue & silver, exc.
cond., 17.5 ft., Mariner 1986 Bass Tracker 50HP 1999 24 ft. AEROLITE 5th IUl
mtr., Deluxe trailer, Mercury. Runs great wheel w/slide. $5,600.
$9,500, 334-693-9287 $2,500. 334-6734611 Call 334-774-7457.


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'99 Brave 35-
iving rm, slide,
Alcoa wheels,
s, gen., jacks,
bo, 522-3564
Class C, rebuilt
A/C's, good
. $6000 will fi-
4-793-5248
2002 Discov-
, 2 slides, 330
sel, very nice
34-618-8457
Intruder 00'
lass A design-
10,27,917K2
,2 AC, 2 TV's
y side frig w/
maker. New
Towin pack-
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ng. $53,000
-696-4746.
'93 34 ft. deisel
mi. exc. cond.
34-792-1079.


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$42,500. OBO. Please
call 334-585-2731
Damon '96 Dayb'',.i
Motorhome. 31 i1
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565-3160/504-0223
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(dishes, towels, etc.)
$75K. 334-790-3480.


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512 Motorcycles/ATVs
2005 CRF 150 F Honda,
good condition, very
low mileage, $2,000
687-3275 or 850-625-
3965
87 mi. per gallon Scooter.
1997, Kasea, street
ready, includes helmet,
.adult driven, garage
kept, 530 miles. $865.
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miles, Great cond. Re-
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334-798-5271.
Harley Davidson '05 883
Sportster, custom seat,
custom shocks, blue in
color. Excellent cond.
Only i, 1n mi s.00o.
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or850-625-3965 Paul Yaffe X-Trapp
2004 Yamaex-haust, Gold Key Harley Davidson '06
2004 Yamaha YFZ 450. Package. Asking Screaming Eagle VROD,
Many after market $15900.Call 931- Red, 7K mi warranty
parts. $3800. 334-726- 3022308 $19,500 nego. Ca 334-
5424. 714-5940.


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5,000 mi. Like new. New
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Rack. 2yrs left on ext.
warranty. Bike is flaw-
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4784.





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714-5940.
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512Motorcycles/ATVs 600 Automobiles 600 Automobiles 600 Automobiles 624 Pick-upTrucks 624 Plck-upTrucks 627 Spo tilits 627, Seitlit 627 Sp tilit 630 Vans
Ford 2005 Mustang, V-6 P. veri.-.a cI.ran .a cr.. Buick 2007 Rainier, I one Chevy '06 Tahoe LT , Jeep 01' Grand Cherokee -
.1eluxe edition 28k n 4 C T AT. ac , ..r, owner, leather, BOSE, On- Loaded 40K mi. White Laredo, cream color, bug
miles remaining war- .:. ,, on. 1 I0 ... Star, 18k miles, garret- w/ Tn. New tires. 2nd shield, side visors, roof
ranty. Reduced to I m3,:,lar. - .:..., /gray, $21,000 neg, fac- owner Exc. Cond rack, cleaninside&out.
$14,250. 334-692-5577 .5 ., 4.. ;.;.A;a -- tory warranty. 334-685- $25,000334-899-5903 97k miles runs great.
Frad '64 Thunderbird,1 i28 Chevy '00 Tahoe, LT, 4x4,
82K mi, 1 owner, $4000. P.:.r, . .I B:rl... Ford 99' F350, XLT, good By Owner. Buick '07 Rain- black w/tan leather. Jeep '05 Rubicon, ord '03 Windstar, Lt.
l trade.Call334-632 . . cond., am/fm stereo ier, 2WD, 6 cyl. Silver, 145K, winch & brush $18,500, V6, auto., AC, Green, Minivan. 49k
S24 mi. very clean, gooo c.d, power door locks/ Leather, Power, 18,000 guard. $9,950. 334-793- 46K mi., new BFGoo- miles, Loaded, new
Cadillac Sevie37 STS5 condo. $500O-OBO. 33t-! Chevrolet '05 1500Crew, ci. $22,50 neg., CallC9o30orherolet9Blazer 10 die h Go Traingli les
Cone laowne 37k'aca Ford '85 Crown Victorian 791-1604. LS, White 5.13L 2WD. mirrors/seats. 7.3 turbo mi. $22,00 neg., Call 9130or205-07-0861 d rra tir tires, very clean, Great
ex dit LTD, 4-dr. V-8 auto, 92K 27,200 m., AM/FM CD, diesel. 106K $12,000. 334-370-3921 Chevy '07 Tahoe, 900 (334)699-8668,803-5910 cond.$9,800,791-9484.
0 200334-790-015or mi. new paint & vin Pontiac '4 Grand Prix, Dual Zone A/C, Cloth, firm. 239-464-0985Jack mi. LT2, Bose, leather- Jeep '91 Wrangler, 4 cyl.
Harley-Davidson '06 334-7924919 top. $18,095. 334-687- 76,000 miles, great con- Tow pkg, Alu Whis, Ford '97 F150 XLT Su er .3rd row seating, rear good shape, new top The Best Pets
FXDI Dyna Super- 1363. edition, silver with black $16,950 obo, Call 334- Cab, Triton V-8, dia-monitor. Like new. Re- Rhino bed line sprayed d
Glide, Blue, Sun- Caprice '91 Chevy 4-dr. interior. $7,500. Call 774-6869.o mote start. $25,500 inside, $6500, Cal (334) arefound
downer Seat Wind- new paint, Burgundy in 334-692-9915. bed liner bed extenderool box, OBO334-794-3609 588-6445 inthe
shield, 6-spl . 1135 & out Good cond. 96K en b - o , extender, Classified Ads
mi Like new $13,895, $4,200. OBO or trade. P,:. 'a ' ,,, . e d., $600 0, 334-9 Call 334-7341390 B- c; .,0 ...C ldaransr
Call 850-547-2708. 334-793-7989. 4UtHP `4 '"(1 rr,,714-4210or677-6007 g. , .t -cyl.
cIlEita Pa -u- ,gFord '99 Lariat F250 u - 2 WD. 118000,Loaded
35DuyBHarley-Davidson 2000 5 uy ig Trucmkpn r uns
heritage Daiso n2ft-tail, pea6r4 . cab, V-1O, 38" Cadillac '03 Escalade Great cond. $6000 OBO,-
whNig ltsT r oe, tires, 8" lift, 105k i, ESV, 1 owner, 92 K mi., 334-494-1988. .. i n,
extra seats. $15,000 Crewcab 30K factor exc.condition. $14,900. 334- evrolet 2Tahoe LT er 0131Nissan 04 Quest. White,
334-693-0540 Honda '05 Civic EX Spe- 889-0043/740-497-3152. mining, asking Ford 2803 Eddie Bauer






Hcall3 Ed-t, modlP el $0 1c 9,y000,(3 4arra)ty, PPc. Lo$ 334793693-9220 Whe, Ato.9193 Explorer, V-8,leather, 4. idrt e k i oaedWa
cial Edition, Fiji Pearl5 ml ,, t, 1 Ford ' 7150 Supercrew sunroof, blue & tan. 89k
S91 5 s 50 mi., er many extras. 334- tonnea1977 Chevrolet Blazer miles, towing package. Jeep '06 Wrangler76 Heated Seats, Auto
r1,50,1984'-8. 'I IIll, Il:. i ,J ,: ,J. 6"0color, w/ tan leather 9"lift, 391/2" $10,500 229-254-9129 Eagle, Black, 6 p,1
. .2 P d. ] 355-298; boards raynliner mi. fully loaded, Mickey Thompson tires,c 26000(334)726-019 miles, Sat & r'6cked $6200 lde Door pasend Rear
Golda ,5 33, bmies.d3 bed0cover.$29,500 Rebuilt350 motor. Auto 8oocyl. Power
Harley Davsidson '99 Maroon, Auto. 2 WD. Great cond. 40-50 mpg 334-798-5725. tvr $16.500r,3, -74. brakes, Power steering,
Night Train, 80 evo Power brakes, runs $18500.334-585-38. 21 i " "PM A/C. rebuilt engine,







Loid. 4 REDUCED5 O. Call 1 Mitsubish '99 Monh gi'Ioaded, 7 passenger
stage 2, very clean, well, low miles, very $I5 Ford '91 XLT, Runs. Body I ....a 'i) Fl-1i.lr. 4i111. runs well, Fair condo.
$8000, Call 229-220- clean, Great condo , Honda '98 Accord EX, Pontiac2001GrandAM, godNeeds head gas- Pn,& 1.,t -. . , :1 . ,,L runs we lir334-
Ne r- M334-794-8068 tero Sport, exc.14 rear air $4,500. 334-299-












21o2--83 $0 Call 3:34714 loaded, always ern- Red, D At D d3 4 05' 3500 Qurd Cab 34'71"36 i cF R Cs, 143K mi., $595 AM/FM. Res C I 3141 9i K mI4 3378 6 r5334-618-7101.
Call (334) 792-8018 or $4,200. 334-792-7814Fod 7 Th. ,-r. -v4",1,,0ia.,r, Ir l" .:,A rp,,ri.. n ,ih GMC 1998 Safari Van,
( 8 Porsche '99 Boxote 99k Supercab 4x4 Diesel. w/ warr., new tires, Ford '99 Expedition, Jeep 04 Wrangler Spurt, Air, Very clean, Exc-
. ,rr, Cr.,e mi., Exc. con $13500 Maroon and grey. 6,000 clean, runs great!!!!! Eddie Bauer. Rear air, red, 33,o000K mi. exc. cond.. 118K mi. $3,500.
HiCv. u4 CISell RACE CAR - Dirt late Crew Chevoab, 30K, 5 bd EEl on C r
- 'model a t condition. $28,000. Call Chevrolet '02Tahoe LT Exc. cond. CD changer. 0131Nissan '04 Quest. White,
t 2 e L U L . Pleae model '05 CJ Rayburn warranty, exc. . co 334 693-9220. White, Auto. 8-cyl. $5995. 334-794-2935. - a,
r e rs t000n Call(706)569-9921 a2Sportr s C A , "ex he A - Rrd .r age. SD,4X4. 58k mi. Loaded, War-
__l1__,)_60-_2u n& 28 ft. incl osed hawl- a/c, auto, PS/PW/PDL, 2 WD. 91,000, Loaded, Ford '8 Expedition, 4.6 Loaded. newmotor, 3k ranty, DVD Ent. System,

rHonda 2003 VTX 1800 G-To, .1n- $24,98 8-5271. 1973 CADALLIC Eldorado haust.Bed overRai- e 9 k 6 OBOL Must see to ap- Land-Rover '99 Rane Door Town of Gra nd























Black, Motorcycle. Gar- loin-31 Lexus *95 LS400, runs Restored, mnt condi- Is.Foot Rail $18k 334- 4x2I 4.L in-line 6 cyl DVD'S, NAV., BACK UP . ...:.:r in.9 * Ridge WWTF Construc-
inuggage rack w / bag, wh, burgundy nt. 1 4-701-5129 Tcruise 152K mi.Newpreciate. (334) 687-0058 Rover HSE 4.6, f bily PRICED TO SELL,
Back rest,tracher hitch- owner, cond. J .p - ', i rrd.. loaded, 95K m ., $9,900, $14,995. 334-701-9099.
man extras, veryi good rIia,),wi,1F.. . l -14ie . ro Chevy '04 Silverado Rally ,-,I'i ; .1); ?'iitLiurT..it 95 mi












shain $extr, ver 1. _ 334--9 0.. ', 97, I m, . $*loade d-T4W , ,0 0,03,:,, i,, r Cal (334-)797-1O7B
cond.$11,500.983-1322 . Sport Double cab, Pontiac '01 Montana,
KAWAS-1: ,loaded. Asking $9,900 ., ,~.Biss n'C a0l004 T Lt ,r. F. Ce ic ,, Y, c




























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Gre.3piped and jll L Chr,-.r -14 ir.. r. 3. 12. L.aed tero Sport, exc. rear air $4,500. 334-299-
new. $3000.. 1 r p 6 Dodge 05' 3500 Quad793-5534 Toyota 97 Tacoma I F 4 Ordinnce008-04
8549. Loaded, CD, leather int. leather int., $14,900, ,,Ford Custom-built urbo85 miles, AC, CD, 5 mi ,. ' I$6,495, Call (334)
ond $17K 334 3461491 ton t tru lod good condition, r mm:tc, rey w lack 677-670
Kawasaki 750 ATV, like 596-1810. Tr, Diesel, 69k miles, CD, 726-2767. Chevrolet '01 Tahoe LT. bottom. Int. Grey many ota04 4-Runner. SR5 TWN OF GRAND RIDGE
:new bumper, specialty r.46 n ... . cd . Cruise 20 . 850- 4x4, leather. 1 owner extras. $1,500. 334ill Silver, exc. cond.67K FLORIDA ESTABLISHING
roof , Li 526-2290 days, eves. GMC '94 Sierra Ext. C hevyBlazeab, 85k mi. Sunroof, 3rd 687-5684 . oi wa
S 4 Kawaski.07Mean S-reak Sm .23 .us i E 850-594-9931 - needs trans. .seals, seat. Exc. c 9696oAsk fBO. 791-9595. .s P , .
pi . $3, 2958 or (334) 685-0117(334) 714-7003 $14,500. 334-360-0774. Ford '02 Explorer, V6, ANI
Honda 03' Shadow Spirit or334-695-4499 Lexus00LS 400Black Toyota '05 Camry 4 door, Dodge '04, 1500 Quad Loaded, new tires. Ex-n,'eGartercA: R. NN
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LabvyLap is written by Media General News Service and produced by Media General Syndication Services


Smooth Sailing



Kahne riding a wave of success


By Mike Mulhem
LapbyLap

Dale Earnhardt Jr. may well be right
when he says that the NASCAR winged car
is almost bipolar: When you're out front
and sailing, things seem fine. But if you're
back in traffic with everybody else, it's a
demon.
But then how to explain Kasey Kahne and
Ray Evernham's suddenly rejuvenated Dodge
team?
Kahne, as NASCAR officials point out, went
from last to first in the All-Star race in which
there was little other action, and no cautions,
despite there being $1 million on the line.
And then Kahne and Evernham came back
for the Coca-Cola 06t11 and did it all again, but
in quite different fashion.
NASCAR executives Brian France, John
Darby and Brett Bodine were all smiles in
saying they still plan no changes in the car,
despite widespread anger among drivers and
crew chiefs about the difficulty in finding a
decent setup and driving the thing through
the corner,.
Listen to Greg Biffle, a pretty wild-and-
carefree driver who rarely complains. Biffle
finished second to Kahne for the second
straight week But he wasn't happy at all at
the end of the 600.
"I experienced some things with the car
that are new for me," Biffle said. "We made
some slight adjustments, put tires on ... and
the thing got so loose like something was
-broken. I couldn't drive it. .
"I almost wrecked. Felt like I had a flat
tire, so I pitted under green.


"It just drove completely different from one
run to the other. I think we've got some issues
with the way the car lands in the corner.
"... You get it right for about eight laps and
you're thinking, 'Man, this is great. Look out,
here I come.' And then you about spin out
and wreck."
That's the way that most drivers describe
things with the winged car.
But now, suddenly Kahne has apparently
found the next new trick.
With most drivers short on gas at the end,
a final round of green-flag splash-and-goes
shook things up, beginning with 25 miles to
go. After the cycle, Tony Stewart was back in
the lead with seven laps to go and pulling
away.
"At the end I was thinking [I would finish]
second," Kahne said. "Then I saw Tony slow
up, and I thought he was out of gas."
Stewart suffered a flat tire.
"From there I just tried to hit my marks,"
Kahne said.
Kahne's 2007 was disastrous, particularly so,
after a brilliant 2006. So have things turned?
.Two good weeks at Concord typically are
some explanation points.
Kahne said his All-Star win and his speed
Sunday night showed in the faces of his:
'competitors: "You race with them each,
week and you race each other a certain
\\ay, ... but when your speed gets up, other
people race you a little different. It makes
them think a little different. It changes
their mind-set."
And Kahne's too: "I definitely have smiled
a lot more the last couple of weeks "
Take the good karma and run with it.


Maybe into the championship chase? Kahne
missed it last season, and wasn't even close to
making the cut.
But Sunday's win puts him back in the top
12.
"Obviously we want to win races, but the
main goal is to be in the top 12 with 10 races
to go," he said.
Of course, this track has long been a
good one for Kahne, so the trick will be for
him and Kenny Francis, his crew chief, to
show success at Dover's concrete one-mile
track, Pocono's flat, triangular 2V2-mile �
track, Michigan's fast two-mile track and
Sonoma's twisting road course in the
coming weeks.
Momentum in this sport waxes and wanes,
frequently with alarming capriciousness,.as
Evernham knows so well.

Mike Mulhern has covered NASCAR for 35
years at the Winston-Salem Journal in North
Carolina. .
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BUSCH
Sprint Cup

2. Jeff Burton 1766
4. Denny Hamlin 1596


BOWER
Nationwide Series

2. Kyle Busch 1823
4. Darvid eutimann 1702
4. David Reutimann 1702


5. Carl Edwards 1538 6. David Ragan 1664
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3. Tony Stewart 1511 8. Jason Leffler . 1552
10. Jeff Gordon 1486 10.DavidStremme 1454
12. Kasey Kahne 1454 12. Steve Wallace 1402
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20. Brian Vckers 1203 20. TonyStewart 1001
20. Brian Vickers 1203 20. Tony Stewart 1001


Best Buy 400
Benefiting Student Clubs
for Autism Speaks
M Where: Dover International Speedway
(Dover, Del.)
* When: Junel,1:30 p.m. EST
* On the air: Fox
* Distance: 400 laps, 400 miles
* Track qualifying record: Rusty Wallace,
159.964 mph, 1999
* Track race record: Mark Martin, 132.719
mph, 1997
* 2007 winner: Martin Truex Jr.
Dover International Speedway

Turn 3 Turn 2


Turn1


Track: 1-mile oval
Banking: 24 degrees, turns;
9 degrees, straights


Nationwide Series
* Race: Heluva Good! 200
(Dover International Speedway)
* When: May 31, 2:30 p.m. EST
* On the air: ESPN2

Wto's Hot: Kasey Kahne. Counting the all-star
race, Kahne has three top 10s in his past four
Sprint Cup starts.
WfOI'S Not: Patrick Carpentier He has made
the past seven races but has finished 28th or
worse in all of them.


eT Ovheard
"Just typical. I've been
waiting for something to
happen. It finally did."
- Kurt Busch, expressing his unhappiness with his
car to crew chief Pat T.yson at the Coca-Cola 600.


NASCAR Notes Might track owners play musical chairs with Cup schedule?


H A "Humpy" Wheeler attended
his final drivers' meeting recently
as the president and general manag-
er of Lowe's Motor Speedway, and
he deflected all praise for his career
to the men he was addressing.
"Nobody ever bought a ticket to
see me do anything at this track,"
Wheeler said after a 30-second
standing ovation. "They bought a
ticket to see you guys. We'd see a
little bit about what we could stir
up before.race time. I'll be grateful
for the rest of 1i, life tr.r what you
guys have done. The show can't go
on without you."
Wheeler, ever a showman, said he
watched Friday night's Nationwide
race and asked NASCAR Vice
President of Competition Robin
Pemberton if they couldn't run the
race again Sunday morning and pay
everyone double just to do itagain.
But at the end, Wheeler went
out with a kind thought to those
he thanked.
"I care about the drivers, I care
about the crew chiefs and I care
about the car owners," Wheeler
said. "I'm not going anywhere. I will
stay in this sport, it will just be in a
different role. I'll leave you with one,
thing, I'll steal it from an Irish bless-.
ing and that is, 'I hope the green flag
waves slowly on you today, and
until we meet again, may God hold
you in the palm of his hand.'"


Humpy Wheeler's abrupt resignation ...'
Bruton Smith's surprise purchase of
Kentucky Speedway ... and stunned silence
from NASCAR execs. No wonder. Does any-
one know what's going on around here?
Things keep getting curiouser and curiouser.
At first it appeared that Wheeler-
after more than 30
years as Smith's
right-hand man on
most every racing
issue - had sudden-
ly been forced out
for reasons still not
known. Then Smith , .
said he and Wheeler t.
had first started dis-
cussing an "exit"
strategy for Wheeler Mike Mulhem
last fall, which would Lapb.Lap
keep Wheeler on the
payroll for another 10 years at 8150,000
a year, plus give him 151,000 stock
options (at the moment worth about 54
million).
That's not a bad parachute.
But why\ would these two long-tight'
business buddies so abruptly split?
Wheeler has talked of how difficult it is
to promote NASCAR races these days,
not just with the sagging economy in


general but with the follow-the-leader
,race car. And Wheeler has apparently not
been impressed by some of Smith's more
dramatic moves the past several months.
Now suddenly - and there appears to be
a lot of suddenness in all this - Smith
buys the Kentucky track.
The scorecard: The France family has 12
NASCAR Cup tour tracks, with 19 Cup
races (20 including the Daytona Shootout),
and Smith has eight NASCAR Cup tour
tracks, with 12 Cup weekends (13 including
the All-Star race). Dover has two Cup dates,
Pocono has two Cup dates, and Indianapolis
has one Cup date.
.These track owners divide 65 percent of
the TV billions among themselves.
That's what we know. What we don't
know would fill a volume.
How might Smith get a Cup race to
Kentucky Speedway?
* NASCAR could simply expand the
Sprint Cup tour and add a 37th race.
That's not likely, though, since teams
have long since maxed out with the current
seemingly endless schedule.
* Smith could take a race from one of his
tracks, Loudon or Atlanta, for example, and
move it. Or he could take the All-Star race
from Charlotte and move it; after all, Smith
has three major NASCAR weekends at


Lowe's Motor Speedway, and when was the
last sellout for any of them? (Who really
"owns" that AMI-Star weekend anyway:
Smith, NASCAR or its sponsor, Sprint?)
* Smith could buy, say, Pocono, and
"harvest" its two Cup dates, moving one to
Las Vegas and the other to Kentucky. The
Mattiollis, who built the Pocono track in
1969 on land about 90 minutes from
Manhattan, have steadfastly declined even
to talk about selling. But Loudon's 8340
million price point could change that
dynamic, because that purchase price, in
effect, sets the value of two Cup weekends
at $340 million; an incentive to cash in,
from several angles. When the NASCAR
tour hits Pocono in two weeks, the
Mattiollis might be persuaded to discuss
some of these things.
And then where might Dover
International Speedway fit into this?
That is one of the sport's few remaining
independent operations.
So just what is going on here? What is
Smitlj. doing? What will NASCAR do?.
What will Wheeler do?


Mike Mulhern has covered NASCAR for
35 years at the Winston-Salem Journal in
North Carolina.


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