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Drug busts
Washington County Sheriffs Office
announces several drug busts in this
week's paper.
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Following a test in
mid-September for the
Car ofTomorrow at
Talladega, NASCAR might
have hit on something
that could also return.the
excitement missing from
Daytona.
Page 5

Washington County
Business Advocate
debuts today!
The Washington County
Chamber of Commerce
proudly announces the
inaugural edition of the
Washington County
Business Advocate.
See the special section
inside

Sexual battery being
investigated
A reported sexual battery at
a Graceville nursing home is
under investigation.
Page 3


Kiwanis News
Laurence Cutts, local retired
beekeeper, was the guest
speaker at Tuesday's Kiwan-
is meeting at Pattillo's.
Page 4

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Highwaymen remembered


Baptist associations celebrate 300 years of service


PERRY WELLS
Correspondent
The Rev. Alcus R. Brock, director of missions
for the West Florida Baptist Association, is busy
disseminating materials to the Baptist churches in
this area which are under his charge. This infor-
mation is in regards to the 300-year celebration
of Baptist Associations in North America and the
services they provide to a multitude of Baptist
churches throughout the nation.
Dr. Stephen Parks and his brother, Dr. Lynn
Parks, both in executive positions with the Na-
tional Baptist Organization, have prepared a
colorful, well-illustrated brochure of the history
of the Baptist Association, as well as programs
they offer.
"We are asking pastors of the Baptist churches
in the local association to utilize the pamphlets
furnished to them and to include this mammoth
milestone message to the members of their con-
gregation," states Alcus Brock.
He is hopeful that this effort will contribute to
the celebration of the three centuries of Baptist
Associational Service, which will culminate Oct.
30, 2007.
Associations of Baptist churches began to
form in England as early as 1626. In America,
the first association of Baptist churches came into
existence in Philadelphia in 1707.
The Charleston Association had its beginning
in 1751, and the first in southern colonies.


The stated purpose of associations from the
outset was a desire to establish doctrinal pa-
rameters and to encourage fellowship with like-
minded believers among Baptist congregations.
Associations also provided advice on Baptist
practices, helped churches find properly creden-
tialed ministers and, occasionally, disciplined
ministers. They also assisted churches in a par-
ticular geographical area to cooperate in mission,
educational and benevolence ventures.
By the late 1700s, associations were focusing
more on mission work and new Baptist churches
were springing up all along the Atlantic seaboard
and west to the Alleghenies.
In 1792, in Nottingham, England, William
Carey proposed to his association sending Baptist
missionaries to "heathen" populations, thus the
"modern missionary movement" was born.
In 1845, Southern Baptists reacted against the
stand that the Baptist Board of Foreign Mission
and the Baptist Home Mission Society had begun
to take in opposing slave owners as missionaries.
There was a perception that southern states were
being slighted when it came to allocating money
for missionaries.
As a result, the Southern Baptist Convention
was formed. Since that time, Southern Baptists
have followed the model of cooperation es-
tablished by associations rather than a societal
See BAPTISTS, page 3


Submitted photo
The Rev. Alcus R. Brock (above),
director of missions for the West
Florida Baptist Association, is busy
disseminating materials to the Baptist
churches in this area that are under
his charge in regards to the 300-year
celebration of Baptist Associations in
North America.


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Countywide plan
launched Oct. 1
MARY D. PARAMORE
Staff Writer
mparamore@chiplypaper.com
Washington County residents
can save up to 20 percent of the
cost of medicines, thanks to a new
prescription discount card program
being offered by the Washington
County Board of County Commis-
sioners.
Offered through the National
Association of Counties, the plan
was launched Oct. 1 and already
about 15 residents have picked up
information from the BOCC. Cards
are also available from the Tri-
County Community Council, the
Washington County Health Dept.,
Northwest Florida Community
Hospital and the Medicine Shoppe
in Chipley.
All county residents, regardless
of age, income or existing health
coverage, may use the cards. There
is no enrollment form, no member-
ship fee and there are no restrictions
on frequency of use.
Pete Herbert, county administra-
tor, said, "Cardholders and their
family members may use the card
any time their prescriptions are not
covered by insurance. And best of
all, there is no cost to county tax-
payers for us to make these cards
available to our residents."

Vernon moving City Hall
to old VHS Oct. 15-19
Vernon City Hall will be closed
Oct. 15-19 to move to new offices
in the old Vernon High School.
They will re-open for business
Oct. 22.


The Washington County Arts Council
brought author and photographer Gary
Monroe to the Washington County Pub-
lic Library Sunday, Sept. 30, to share
information about the Florida Highway-
men, specifically Howard Newton, whom
Monroe calls the original Highwayman.
More than 50 people packed the library for
Monroe's presentation. In the 1950s and
1960s, enterprising black men from the
Ft. Pierce area stood along Florida's road-
sides painting and selling their art. They
framed them, often still wet, using rough-
cut crown molding to passersby. With
Florida's tourist traffic, they sold a lot of
paintings. The artists also sold their wares
to local businesses.
Photos from www.floridahighwaymen.com
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UNITED WAY AGENCY PROFILES


Mary D. Paramore, WCN
United Way packets were recently distributed in Washington County. United
Way representatives Tommy McDonald, Jr. distributed the packets and con-
ducted training.

The 2007 United Way fundraising campaign is underway. United Way provides
funding to 24 agencies serving Washington and Holmes counties. Through this feature
section, readers can learn more about these agencies and plan where to designate their
contributions, if they choose to do so. Undesignated funds raised locally will remain
in Washington and Holmes counties, however.


BASIC
BASIC of Northwest Flor-
ida, Inc. offers testing, educa-
ti6n and support services for
persons infected with HIV,
AIDS and other sexually
transmitted diseases, includ-
in'g hepatitis.
BASIC provides an inte-
grated HIV, AIDS and sub-
stance abuse education and
prevention program because
HIV infection is often tied to
substance abuse. Education
and prevention presenta-
tions are age and audience
appropriate.
BASIC also provides case
management services to link
and refer HIV-positive indi-
viduals to medical and social
services, so an individual
living with HIV can maintain
physical and mental well-
being.
: BASIC operates in Bay,
Calhoun, Gulf, Holmes,
Jackson and Washington
counties.


CARE, Inc.
The Chemical Addictions
Recovery Effort, Inc. is a
non-profit agency dedicated
to the prevention and treat-
ment of addiction.
Addiction is a progressive
and terminal disease that
responds well to treatment,
especially when identified
and treated early.
CARE assists individuals
as well as their families to
help change unhealthy be-
haviors, reduce stigma and
improve lives. The agency
uses licensed professionals to
provide services as well as to
coordinate services through
other community organiza-
tions and support groups.
CARE receives funding
through Medicaid, patient
fees and donations, United
Way and from the Florida
�Dept. of Children and Fami-
lies. CARE serves Bay, Cal-
houn, Gulf, Holmes, Jackson
and Washington counties.


PAHN, Inc.
The Panhandle Area
Health Network is a non-
profit organization seeking
to improve the overall health
and health care of people
from Calhoun, Holmes, Jack-
son, Liberty and Washington
counties.
More than 75 hospitals,
physicians, health depart-
ments and other health care
providers are members of
the Network. Their repre-
sentatives and area citizens
comprise the PAHM advi-
sory board.
These providers and citi-
zens come together to in-
crease access to medical
care; to reduce unnecessary
costs associated with medi-
cal care; to keep physicians
in control of patient care; to
keep health care available at
the local level and to work
with local providers and out-
of-area specialists to improve
patient care.


Mary D. Paramore, WCN
KMS friendship rally
Third grade students at Kate M. Smith Elementary School wrapped up a unit
on friendships with a rally Friday, Sept. 28. Parents and teachers were there
to help students in cooperative events, such as raising a rainbow-colored
parachute, three-legged races, jumping rope, tricycle races and musical
chairs. Students also enjoyed face-painting, jewelry-making and music.

Chipley Friends of the Library to sponor book sale in November


SA book sale, sponsored
by the Chipley Friends of
the Library, is being held
ofh Friday, Nov. 16, 9 a.m.
-:4 p.m. and Saturday,
Nov.17, from 9- noon at the
Little Historic Library on
Fifth Street in Chipley.
Linda Norton, librarian,
and Susan Roberts, book
sale chairman, extend an
invitation to the public to
come by and visit.
"You might find that
bestseller for a good price


or an old book you've
been looking for," Roberts
said.
Recent bestsellers cost
as little as $1 and paper-
backs range from ten cents
to a quarter. Stock up on
reading materials for the
winter months ahead. Sets
of books may be purchased
for $2. In some cases, make
them an offer.
Anyone having books to
donate may call the Wash-
ington County Library or


Susan Roberts.
You may deliver the
books to be donated to the
library, or Susan will pick
them up and take them to
the Little Historic Library.
All proceeds fund proj-
ects for the Washington
County Public Library Sys-
tem.
For more information,
you may call Linda Norton
at the library at 638-1314
or Susan Roberts at 638-
7995.


Mary D. Paramore, WCN
When author Gary Monroe spoke about the Florida Highwaymen at Chipley's
Public Library Sunday, there wasn't a parking space or seat to be found.

Art lovers pack library to earn more about Florida Highwaymen


MARY D. PARAMORE
Staff Writer
mparamore@chipleypaper.com
The Washington County
Arts Council brought au-
thor and photographer Gary
Monroe to the Washington
County Public Library Sun-
day, Sept. 30, to share in-
formation about the Florida
Highwaymen, specifically
Howard Newton, whom
Monroe calls the original
highwayman. More than 50
people packed the library
for Monroe's presentation.
What's fascinating about
the Florida Highwaymen is
that their art is just as likely
to be hanging in grandma's
parlor or hidden away in
the attic as hanging on an
art gallery wall. The artists
were so prolific that collec-
tors with a keen eye can find
their art for sale, cheap.
"My friend bought one
a week ago for $2 at a yard
sale," said Lanny Kem-
mis, owner of the antiques
market Anomaly on Hwy.


77, north of Chipley. Kem-
mis himself has been that
lucky. He bought one at a
Bay County thrift store for
$6 (well, $5, after the senior
citizen's discount.) He later
sold it to a serious collector
for $8,500.
The Florida Highway-
men's story is itself fasci-
nating. In the 1950s and
1960s, enterprising black
men from the Ft. Pierce
area stood along Florida's
roadsides painting and sell-
ing their art. They framed
them, often still wet, using
rough-cut crown molding
to passersby. With Florida's
tourist traffic, they sold a
lot of paintings. The artists
also sold their wares to local
businesses before moving
on down the road.
Also sold as "tacky tour-
ist items," the art is noted
for its unrestrained use of
color by these self-taught,
African-American artists.
Twenty-six of these artists,
25 men and one woman,


were inducted into the Flor-
ida's Artists Hall of Fame in
2004. They are C. Arnett, H.
Baker, A. Black, E. Buck-
ner, G. Buckner, R. Butler,
M. A. Carroll, J. Daniels,
W. Daniels, R. Demps, J.
Gibson, A. Hair, I. Knight,
R. L. Lewis, J. Maynor, R.
A. McLendon, A. Moran,
H. Newton , L. Newton,
S. Newton, L. Roberts ,
W. Reagan, C. Smith, C.
Walker, S.M. Wells and C.
Wheeler.
Monroe, a Daytona
Beach Community College
professor, has written three
books about Florida's High-
waymen. His presentation
was part of the Florida Hu-
manities Council's "Road
Scholars" program, in coop-
eration with the Washington
County Arts Council and the
Washington County Public
Library.
For additional informa-
tion about the Florida High-
waymen, go to www.flori-
dahighwaymen.com.


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Sexual battery
under investigation
The Graceville Police
Department is investigat-
ing a sexual battery at the
North Florida Rehabilita-
tion and Nursing Center,
in Graceville. The reported
victim, whose name is not
being released, is an elderly
woman. The alleged perpe-
trator is a male staff member,
whose name also is not being
released.
"It is still under investiga-
tion. We do not have foren-
sics back yet," said Gracev-
ille Chief Elton Horton.
The assault allegedly hap-
pened Thursday, Sept. 27.
Watch www.chipleypaper.
com for niore on this story
as it develops.

Drug busts
announced
On Monday, Oct. 1, in-
vestigators with the Wash-
ington County Sheriff's Of-
fice served a search warrant
on 4315 Wilderness Road in
Vernon.
Donna Elaine Cook, 46
year-old white female, was
arrested and charged with
sale of methamphetamines,


possession of methamphet-
amines, possession of mari-
juana and
possession
of drug para-
phernalia. .
Gina Patricia
Burkholder,
42 year-old
white female, , t-
who was also
currently liv- Cook
ing there, was
arrested and
charged with possession
of a controlled substance
and posses-
sion on drug
parapher-
nalia. Both
Cook and A
Burkholder
were trans-
ported to the
Washington Burkholder
County Jail.
Earlier the
same day, deputies with the
Washington County Sher-
iff's Office stopped a vehicle
driven by Kyle Martin Reg-
ister, 34 year-old white male
from the Washington County
area, for a traffic infraction.
After questioning Regis-
ter, the Washington County
K-9 team was brought in
to search the vehicle and
deputies found methamphet-


amines, marijuana, and other
controlled substances in sev-
eral contain-
ers inside the VT 7.
vehicle.
Register
was arrested
and charged
with pos-
session of
metham -
phetamines, Register
possession
of marijuana, possession of
a controlled substance with-
out a prescription, posses-
sion of drug paraphernalia
and resisting an officer with
violence.

Boating accident
claims one
A Selma, Ala., man died
in a boating accident on Deer
Point Lake in Bay County.
Willie Frank Toney Jr.,
66, was fishing when his
boat began to sink, according
to Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission
officials.
The vessel, a 16-foot Sur-


Bass boat, sank in approxi-
mately 14 feet of water. The
transom was touching the
bottom of the lake and the
bow was sticking out of
the water, according to of-
ficials.
Another boater was fish-
ing nearby and went to as-
sist. He was able to get close
to Toney, but Toney was
unable to get into the good
samaritan's boat. Toney was
able to hang on to the side of
the boat until they reached
the shore. He was wearing a
life jacket.
Once the two men made it
to the bank, Toney died.
FWC officials and the
Bay County Sheriff's Office
are investigating the ac-
cident. The man was taken
to the Bay County Medical
Examiner's Office to deter-
mine the cause of death.


Saturday, October 6, 2007 Washington County News, 3


Washington County Crimestoppers
is offering a reward of


For information leading to the capture and conviction of-
individuals involved in the September 27th aggravated
assault at a home on Hwy 277 in Chipley. Witnessed de-
scribe the suspect as a male approximately 6'3" to 6'5"
wearing a black mask, dressed in black clothes with
black gloves. The armed suspect attempted to gain en-
try to the home and after a brief struggle with the home
owner, fled on foot.
Please contact Crimestoppers at 638-TIPS (8477).


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BAPTISTS
Continued from page 1

model.
The Southern Baptist
Convention voted in its 1995
annual meeting to adopt a
resolution denouncing its
racist roots and apologiz-
ing for their past defense of
slavery.
For over a century, Bap-
tist work in America has
been carried on by churches
working together through
associations.
Early in the life of the as,
sociation, efforts were made
to "spread the Kingdom of
our Lord" and to "preach
the Gospel of Jesus Christ"
in the areas as far as St. An-
drews Bay in the Southwest
and to Port St. Joseph in the
Southeast.
John Mercer is recog-
nized as an early Florida
Baptist Pioneer. He served
in the area of Orange Hill
in Washington County and
is credited with establishing
Orange Hill Academy, the
first school in Florida to be
operated by Baptists.
Others who'pioneered
the furtherance .of the West
Florida Baptist Association
in its earlier years include
Joshua Mercer, D.P. Everett,
G.W. Underwood and W.S.
Hawk.
In more modern times,
pastors in the local area,
including the Revs. George
Gay, James Lawson, Rich-
ard Bloodworth, John Bo-
gers, Gary Wiggins,Adolph
Phares and Dr. James K.
Solomon have assumed and
performed valuable services
in positions of leadership in
the West Florida Baptist As-


sociation.
Since March 13, 1989,
Rev. Alcus R. Brock has
been employed as part-time
director of mission of the
local association of Baptist
churches.
He continues to serve as
pastor of local congrega-
tions in addition to this work.
Under his leadership, Baptist
churches have been estab-
lished in Sand Hills, Ebro
and Country Oaks.
Presently, there are 17
cooperating Baptist churches
within Washington County
receiving assistance from the
office of Alcus R. Brock.
In the area of Christian
Social Services, Baptists
in West Florida have been
supportive of the Children's
homes, Home for the Aged,
Disaster Relief, Crisis Clos-
ets, Emergency Relief and
Migrant Dental and Health
Care.
Other social mission
programs include the West
Florida Pregnancy and Fam-
ily Centers established in
Bonifay and Chipley, the
Armstrong House in Chipley
for temporary housing, the
Clean Up and Recovery unit,
a clean up service following
a hurricane and other natural
disasters, and cooperative
support of the I Am Inn Min-
istry, a housing service for
women released from jails
and prisons.
In celebrating this 300th
year of Baptist Associational
services, Reverend Alcus
Brock reports the one thing
that comes to his mind is the
well known simple chorus
taught to little children down
through the years: "God is so
good, He's so good to me."


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4, Washington County News, Saturday, October 6, 2007

Vernon's Class of 1938 reunion celebrated


There are four surviv-
ing members of the Vernon
High School Class of 1938,
and they were able to get
together May 25 for their
34th consecutive year class
reunion.
Lucille Marshall Brackin,
Almeda May Snyder, Enid
Tiller Russ and Gertrude
Dunn Weaver held their
reunion at Dee's Restaurant
in downtown Vernon where
they had a "delicious seafood
dinner, a time of fellowship,
reminiscing and visits with
friends."
Weaver says the class
members met for many years
in Brackin's home where she
and her husband, Edison,
treated them to a special din-
ner. They prepared fresh gar-
den vegetables and a variety
of desserts to go with fried
chicken cooked by Lucille's
sister, Myrl.
In 1974, all the class mem-
bers were living, except their
hero, W.I. Varnum, who was
lost in World War II. The
other 12 classmates were
Henry Brock, Hurtis Stan-
ley, John Earl Tiller, Bernice
.Russ, Kenneth Pippin, Enid
Tiller,'Lucille Marshall, June
Sapp, Ruth Brock, Almeda
May, Jessie Mae Farmer and
Gertrude Dunn.
Weaver says, "Many
changes have occurred in the
Washington County School
System since the 1934 fresh-


Submitted photo
Sharing lunch at the 34th consecutive reunion for
the class of 1938 held in May at Dee's Restaurant
are the only surviving members, Lucille Marshall
Brackin, Enid Tiller Russ, Almeda May Snyder and
Gertrude D. Weaver.


man class began school ex-
periences in the 1931-32
modern high school build-
ing with eight classrooms,
a large auditorium, small
library, principal's office and
book room combination, a
lofig hall, two bath rooms
which kept custodian, Edd
Brock, busy with a mop, and
a woodshed out back."
Electricity and running
water were supplied to the
school building as long as
Clyde Hicks kept the Delco
over town in running order,
she explains.
Lucille Brackin adds that
'the Delco service was "come
7 p.m. lights are out. You bet-
ter have your kerosene lamp
ready."


Since the school plant had
no gymnasium, the second
floor of the Vernon Court-
house served the purpose for
both boy's and girl's teams.
When the Washington
County seat of government
was moved from Vernon to
Chipley in 1926 by vote, the
courthouse building was not
vacant for long.
The second floor soon
became a VHS classroom
and a gymnasium. It was a
classroom until the new high
school was ready for service
for the 1931-32 school year,
and a gym until one was
built some years later on the
school grounds.
When the 1938 graduating
class began their freshman


Submitted photo


The 1938 graduating class at Vernon High School.


year at Vernon High, they had
one thing in mind - to earn
those 16 academic credits
required for graduation, get
a job and make some money,
and their team of no-non-
sense teachers were just as
eager for them to earn those'
credits.
The Great Depression was
on, times were hard and mon-
ey was scarce. Weaver recalls
wearing feed sack dresses
and jackets made from guano
bags which her mother had
boiled long and hard in a
wash pot of lye soap water
to remove the big red letters
"Red Fox:" The dresses and
jackets resembled fine linen
when starched and ironed,


she explains.
Regardless of the four
long years of high school
work, there was still time for
socializing and fun during the
30-minute morning recess
and hour-long noon break.
There were also various
school activities including
managing a school paper,
participating in a junior and
senior play and basketball for
both boys and girls.
Lucille, Enid and Almeda
were on the girl's basketball
team. They played teams
from Tallahassee to Pen-
sacola. The principal, Mr.
Mercer, served a's coach for
both teams.
Some members of the


boy's team reported that at
times after a had game they
would.spread pallets on the
gym floor and turn in for the
night.
As the lunch hour wound
up, and a joyful 34th class re-
union came to a close, Lucille
Brackin had some parting
words for the four surviving
students.
"You know," she said, "we
did work hard in school, but
we had fun too. During those
school years, we formed a
bond that would last for life.
We went out into the world
and earned an honest living.
What more could have been
expected of us?"


Davis is PAEC Employee of the Month


WEEKEND SPORTS


Cindi Davis, project
secretary for Sednet, has
been chosen as September's
PAEC Employee of the
Month. The. Sednet and
FDLRS projects that Cindi
works on are part of the Spe-
cial Areas Team at PAEC
that concentrates on training
and technical assistance for
schools, parents, and com-
munity agencies in the area
of special education.
Cindi is responsible for
supporting two very active
consultants, four budgets,
and multiple grant projects-,
including dealing with par-
ents and public school per-
sonnel on a daily basis.
Her duties also include
supporting local and re-
gional training and con-
ferences. During July she
played :a crucial role in
conducting the three-day
Summer Institute in Mari-
anna that provided training
for as many as 200 teachers,
guidance councilors, and
administrators from across
the Panhandle region.
When a family medical
emergency occurred for one
of the consultants in charge
of the Summer Institute,
Cindi increased her efforts
so that the program contin-
ued to run smoothly.


CindiDavis


� Whenever a Special Area
Team member has some
personal or family event,
Cindi is the one who makes
the card, gets everyone to
sign it, and sends it to the
team member for whom
it's intended. No birthday,
wedding, family sickness
or special event for the SAT
members is forgotten. Her
efforts have brightened the
day for many.
Cindi is also the mother
of two boys, age seven and
15. Cindi and her husband
Bob have been married
for 19 years and moved to
Bonifay in 1990 from Ft.
Lauderdale.


Pulling for Education event date set


The sixth annual Pull-
ing for-Education event
featuring an Antique Trac-
tor Show/Pull and Antique
Stationary Engines will be
held Saturday, Oct. 13, on
the grounds at 3901 Wilder-
ness Road in Vernon.
Gates will open at 8 a.m.
Admission for adults willbe
$5. Children 12 and under
will be admitted free.
Antique tractors/farm
equipment will be dis-
played, and items at a swap
meet will be available to
buy/sell/swap parts, and so
forth.
Events, which begin at
9 a.m., will include a blind
man race, barrel push, egg
race, slow tractor contest,
and children's pedal tractor


pull. Registration for tractor
pulls will end at 9:30 a.m.
10 a.m. is the time set for
the Antique Tractor and Gar-
den Tractor pulls. That will
be followed by a children's
pedal tractor, pull at 11:30
a.m. The noon parade of
tractors will give spectators
a chance to pick up lunch or
snacks at the various con-
cession stands. Pull fees will
be $5 per hook up.
Camping, with limited
electric hookups, will be
available. No alcoholic bev-
erages will be allowed.
Proceeds of the event
will go to the Washington
County Scholarship Trust.
For more information, call
Sandra Cook at 850-535-
2426.


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Saturday night lights for next three weeks in Chipley


Chipley's mite, peewee
and midget football teams
will take on Graceville's'
teams here in Chipley, be-
ginning at 4:30 p.m. this
afternoon at Phillip Rountree


Memorial Stadium.
With daylight savings
time not scheduled to end
Nov. 4, you can count on
watching the little guys
play under stadium lights


throughout- their season.
The teams traveled to Ge-
neva, Ala. last Saturday.and
came away with one win.
The Mites lost their
matchup 36-22 and the


Midgets lost theirs 22-0,
but the Peewee team, with
youth ages 9-10, won their
game 34-22.
The teams will play Oct.
6, 13 and 20 in Chipley.


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Oct. 6
NEXTEL Cup Bud Pole Qualifying - SPEED @ noon
Craftsman Truck Setup - SPEED @ 2:30 p.m.
Truck Series Mountain Dew 250 - SPEED @ 3 p.m.
Oct. 7
NASCAR Raceday - SPEED @ 11 a.m.
NEXTEL Cup Countdown - ABC @ noon
NEXTEL UAW-Ford 500 - ABC @ 1 p.m.
NASCAR Victory Lane - SPEED @ 7 p.m.
NASCAR Now - ESPN2 @ 11 p.m.
Oct. 11
Busch Series Final Practice - ESPN2 @ 5 p.m.
NEXTEL Cup Bud Pole Qualifying - ESPN2 @ 6 p.m.
Oct. 12
NASCAR Live - SPEED @ 2 p.m.
Busch Pole Qualifying - ESPN2 @ 3 p.m.
NEXTEL Cup Final Practice - ESPN2 @ 5 p.m.
NASCAR Busch Series Countdown - ESPN2 @ 6 p.m.
Busch Series Dollar General 300 - ESPN2 @ 7 p.m.
Trackside at Charlotte - SPEED @ 10 p.m.
Oct. 13
NASCAR Now - ESPN2 @ 9 a.m.
NASCAR Performance - SPEED @ 4 p.m.
NASCAR Raceday - SPEED @ 4:30 p.m.
NEXTEL Cup Countdown - ABC @ 6 p.m.
NEXTEL Bank of America 500 - ABC @ 6:30 p.m.
Oct. 14
ARCA 200 - SPEED @ 2 p.m.
NAS,CAR Victory Lane - SPEED @ 7 p.m.



ThE NEXT LAP




Oct. 13 Oct. 12 Oct. 20 Oct. 14
Concord, N.C. Charlotte, N.C., Martinsville, Va. Talladega, Ala.
Bank of Dollar General Kroger ARCA
America 500 300 250 200


NASCAR backs



Biffle at Kansas


Controversy surrounded
the finish of the LifeLock 400
Sunday.
Kansas native Clint
Bowyer and defending NEX-
TEL Cup Champion Jimmie
Johnson passed Biffle, who
appeared to have ran out of gas.
NASCAR rules state a
driver must maintain a reason-
able speed under the final cau-
tion brought out when Juan
Pablo Montoya cut down a tire
on lap 207.
Due to darkness
NASCAR decided against a
green, white, checkered fin-
ish.
It appeared to Bowyer and
Johnson that Biffle did not
maintain a reasonable speed.
NASCAR Director of
Communications Ramsey
Poston on Monday confirmed
otherwise, via e-mail.
IThe 16 DID maintain rea-
sonable speed -- some of the
-other competitors, notably


RidiNq The

Bubble
Driver: Ken Schrader
Owner: Glen Wood
Points: 2174
Points out of 34th: 39
Points ahead of 36th: 49
Place Owner
33 Joe Custer
34 Kyle Petty
35 Glen Wood
36 Bill Davis
37 James Rocco
38 Duetrich Mateschitz


those 2nd and 3rd behind him,
accused him on not maintaining
speed - but in the opinion of the
tower it did maintain speed.
When the caution came out the
field was frozen, the 16 was in
the lead -- there is no "racing"
or passing under caution and
the 16 won the race....so the 07
nor the 48 could pass the 16 -
they need to stay behind the 16
--- anyway, to be clear the 16
did maintain speed -- the 07 and
48 sped up.1
Earlier this year a question
came up on the final lap of the
Daytona 500 when a crash
occurred behind eventual win-
ner Kevin Harvick and second
place Mark Martin.
Some contended those
involved in the. wreck should
have been fozen, but due to the
reasonable speed rule by
NASCAR under caution all
drivers involved in the accident
were placed at the back of the
lap.


Ken Schrader
Driver Points
Johnny Sauter 2285
Kyle Petty 2213
Ken Schrader 2174
Dave Blaney 2125
Scott Riggs 1995
Brian Vickers 1885


Kurt Busch leads a pack of cars during testing at Talladega Superspeedway.



Tomorrow at


Talladega is now


By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazette.com
Race fans could relive the
days of when David Pearson,
Richard Petty, Cale
Yarborough, 'Bobby Allison,
and others practiced a racing
move called the sling shot.i
Following a test in mid-
September for the Car of
Tomorrow at Talladega,
NASCAR might have hit on
something that could also
return the excitement missing
from Daytona.
But ironically, bump draft-
ing could get even rougher as
the cars have the common tem-
plate.
. I think that the cars lineup
better and you can get away
with a lot more pushing and
shoving, said Johnson, who is
the defending NEXTEL Cup
Champion and current points
leader. IThe cars have a lot of
downforce and they are real
comfortable to drive, so I think
that will lead to a little more


Track

Facts


wo




2006 Pole Winner
David Gilliland - 191.712 mph
2006 Race Winner
Brian Vickers- 157.602 mph
Track Qualifying Record
David Gilliland - 191.712 mph
(2006)
Track Race Record
Mark Martin - 188.354 mph
(1997)


NEXT EL


After LifeLock 400
Driver
1. Jimmie Johnson
1. Jeff Gordon
3. Clint Bowyer
4. Tony Stewart
5. Kevin Harvick
6. Kyle Busch
7. Carl Edwards
8. Martin Truex Jr.
9. Kurt Busch
10. Jeff Burton


Behind
Leader
-6
-14
-117
-126
-136
-142
-158
-177
-186


aggressive driving.!
For NASCAR, the big test
concerning the COT will be
this Sunday.
iWhen you look at
Talladega historically, they
have had some of the most
exciting races and tightest
competiton,i said Robin
Pemberton, NASCARfs Vice
President of Competition. iWe
have the benefit of a two-day
test, fine tuning the plate size
and things of that nature.
IThe CO T will allow us to
open up the restriction a little
bit on the engine and they
should make a considerable
amount of horsepower more
than what. they have raced at
Talladega and Daytona in the
past.i
Many drivers could be
taking a much different
approach as Bill Davis Racing
has been given permission to
enter a car for former Indy and
F-1 Champion Jacques
Villeneuve.


Turn 3
330








Turn 4
330


Rusty Jarrett/Getty Images for NASCAR


Jacques Villeneuve prepares to test at Talladega Superspeedway.
Rusty Jarrett/Getty Images for NASCAR


Backstretch: 4,000 feet / 20


Turn 2
330








Turn 1
33�


Frontstretch: 4,300 feet / 18�


After Yellow Trans. 300


Driver
1. Carl Edwards
2. David Reutimann
3. Kevin Harvick
4. Jason Leffler
5. David Ragan
6, Bobby Hamilton, Jr.
7. Greg Biffle
8. Marcos Ambrose
9. Stephen Leicht
10. Matt Kensethj


Behind
Leader
-696
-818
-862
-1,058
-1,058
-1,149
-1,263
-1,270
-1,296


After Smithis Las Vegas 350


Driver
1. Mike Skinner
2. Ron Homaday
3. Travis Kvapil
4. Todd Bodine
5. Johnny Benson
6. Rick Crawford
7. Ted Musgrave
8. Eric Damell
9. Matt Crafton
10. Jack Sprague


Behind
Leader
-3
-181
-314
-389
-445
-678
-713
-762
-812


After ARCA 200
Driver Behind
1. Frank Kimmel Leader
2. Michael McDowell -250
3. Dexter Bean -390
4. Justin Allgaier -705
5. hillip Mc ilt on -710
6. Justin Marks -835
7. Patrick Sheltra -945
8. Justin South -995
9. Bryan Silas -1 225
10. Josh Krug -1 300


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6, Washington County News, Saturday, October 6, 2007


5 YEARS AGO, 2002
Urban Fishing Day was
held at historic Blue Lake
Park in Chipley. Tagged fish
were worth prizes.
Washington County Su-
pervisor of Elections Car-
ol Griffin visited Chipley
High School so 18-year-old
students could register to
vote.
The annual Family Night
Out at Vernon Elementary
School was a success.
Monty, a Ball python,
was featured at Washington
County Christian School's
fall festival. Kids could hold
the snake by giving up some
of their tickets.
Local Gulf Power crews
went to Louisiana to help
restore electricity disrupted
by storms.
10 YEARS AGO, 1997
Patsy Justice became
the first woman president
in Chipley Kiwanis Club's
56-year history.
Sunny Hills residents
were considering a self-
funding plan ,known as a
Municipal Services Benefit
Unit.
Marvin Stanley of Ver-
non and Todd Jones of Chi-
pley had perfect entries in
the News' weekly football
contest. Stanley won the
$25 prize by guessing the
48-point tie-breaker.
Kalen Miller of Vernon
won a large trophy for tak-
ing first place in the semi-
knockout eight-and-under
division at the Karate Tour-
nament in Oxford, Ala.
30 YEARS AGO, 1977
Karen Anderson and
Shirley Bailey were de-
clared grand champions of


Caryville's annual worm
fiddling contest.
The board of directors at
Florida First Bank of Chi-
pley ignored three bids for
the purchase of a house on
the bank's proposed branch
site and gave the building
to the town of Vernon. It
would be dismantled, and
the materials would be used
for a meeting house, stor-
age room, concession stand
and bleachers at the Shady
Grove Recreation site.
R.C. (Buddy) Mitchell
was sworn in as Mayor of
Chipley .
Milton Howell, 68, re-
tired as custodian at Ver-
non High School. He had
worked there 24 years.
40 YEARS AGO, 1967
Gov. Claude Kirk ap-
pointed Gilbert E. Sav-
age and Ben Gilbert to the
Washington County Board
of Hospital Trustees. Ear-
lier appointees were Marvin
Hutchinson, W.E. Robertson
and James A. Clemmons.
Willie Williams and
Charles Maldon of Roul-
hac's FFA chapter won first
place in tree identification
at the Area I Forestry Field
Day held in Bonifay.
Garden Club members
shared plants and seeds dur-
ing a horticulture workshop
known as "Showing and
Growing." It was attended
by about 75 members .of
District II, Florida Federa-
tion of Garden Clubs.
45 YEARS AGO, 1962
A six-bottle carton of
king-size Coca-Cola was
selling for 29 cents at a
Chipley grocery store.
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard


Gordy had as house guests
Mrs. E.E. Browner of Bar-
tow and Mrs. Allen Mckei-
then and son of St. Peters-
burg.
Houseguests of the Rev.
and Mrs. Woodrow McKay
Jr. were her parents and sis-
ter, Dr. and Mrs. T.L. Wade
and Susan of Tallahassee.
Weekend guests in the
Sion Alford home were their
son and daughter-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. Gus Alford of
Montgomery, Ala.
50 YEARS AGO, 1957
Mrs. Euless Watford,
Siasan and Johnny Watford,
were among those attending
homecoming at the Univer-
sity of 'Florida in Gaines-
ville. They were guests of
Mrs. Watford's daughter and
son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
C.H. Byrd.
Mrs. Annie Lee Wells
and Mrs. Coles Banner-
man of Tallahassee were
Friday afternoon visitors in
Chipley.
Mr. and Mrs. H.R. Pierce
were in Orlando attending a
supervisors' conference.
70 YEARS AGO, 1937
Dr. G.W. Carter, who had
been company physician at
Brown-Florida Lumber in
Caryville, said he planned
to open offices in the Cook
building. He and Dr. G.W.
Farrior would occupy the
entire second floor.
90 YEARS AGO, 1917
T.H. Blue brought 12
head of hogs to town to.sell
at Chipley Packing Co. He
got 14 cents per pound on
the hoof. Two of the hogs
brought in $85.40, Blue
netted a total of $250 for
all 12.


COMMUNITY NEWS


VHS hosts senior
parents' night
Vernon High School host-
ed a parent night for parents
of senior year students on
Tuesday, Sept. 25. Topics
discussed included gradua-
tion requirements, financial
aid, and post secondary/career
plans. Locke, VHS Guidance
Counselor, informed parents
that students need 24 credits,
a 2.0 GPA, and earn passing
scores on the FCAT in .order
to meet state graduation re-
quirements.
Locke discussed the four
steps in the financial aid pro-
cess that included: federal
aid, state aid, college aid and
local aid.
The presentation ended
with a discussion on prepa-
ration for college and career
information. Dr. Bobbie
Dawson, VHS Principal,
concluded with some closing
remarks for parents.
If parents have any further
questions, please contact
Locke at 535-2046 ext. 1115
or locke_s@firn.edu.

Largest payout in
Ebro history
The poker room at Ebro
Greyhound Park paid out
its largest jackpot in history
Sept. 21 when Victor Seyer-
man hit the Texas Hold 'em
Royal Flush Diamond Jack-
pot for $79,895.98, according
to a news release;
Victor's first cards includ-
ed the Queen and Jack of dia-
monds. The flop cards were a
7 of hearts, a 10 and the King
of diamonds. The turn card
was the 10 of spades. When
the Ace of diamonds was
dealt on the river at approxi-
mately 5:30 p.m., the poker
room erupted in cheers.
This was the third Texas
Hold 'em Jackpot paid since
July 1 when Florida State Law
began allowing jackpots to


be paid. Seyerman wasn't the
-only winner. The nine play-
ers at his table shared in the
winnings. The Royal Flush
Jackpot is Spades and is now
at $28,459.83. It continues to
build each day.

Missing a pig?
Washington County Ani-
mal Services impounded a
white sow on Oct. 1 in the
area of Gordy Lane and High-
way 90 just east of Chipley.
The pig can be claimed by
contacting Animal Services at
638-6306.

Flu shot schedule
Flu shots will be given by
Washington County Health
. Department in conjunction
with the Council on Aging
at several locations in Wash-
ington County between Oct.
11 and 24. The schedule
includes:
Sunny Hills Catholic
Church, 9-11 a.m., Oct. 11;
Wausau Town Hall, 9-11
a.m., Oct. 16;
Vernon Community Cen-
ter (old high school cafete-
ria),9-11 a.m., Oct. 18;
Chipley, at the Council
on Aging, 8:15-10:15 a.m.,
Oct. 24.
Cost of the shot will be
$31.19 without Medicare.
Those planning to participate
should take their Medicare
card and driver's license.

Home ownership
seminar planned
Opportunity Florida, Three
Rivers Housing Foundation
and USDA Rural Develop-
ment announced a new home
ownership program for an
eight-county region in north-
west Florida, according to a
news release. Included in the
program, are Calhoun, Frank-
lin, Gadsden, Gulf, Holmes,
Jackson, Liberty and Wash-
ington counties. This Oppor-


tunity Florida Rural Home
Loan Partnership Program
brings together resources
from each of the sponsors, as
well as the Florida Housing
Finance Corporation and the
Federal Home Loan Bank of
Atlanta.
Qualified home buyers
will be eligible to receive
substantial purchase price
down payment, closing cost
assistance and mortgage in-
terest rate subsidy that will
make owning a new home
affordable for first time work-
force home buyers. Homes
will consist of traditional
construction by local build-
ers. All home buyers will be
required to participate in a
home ownership education
program.
Program applications may
be downloaded from the Op-
portunity Florida website
at www.opportunityflorida.
com. Completed applications
should be submitted with a
$20 money order to cover the
cost or the credit report fee
(no cash or checks, money or-
der only) to the Opportunity
Florida office at 4636 High-
way 90, Suite K, Marianna,
FL 32446 or by mail to Op-
portunity Florida, P.O. Box
60, Chipley, FL 32428.


The annual Fall Farm
Days event at Majestic Oak
Farm in Cottoridale began
Sept. 24 and will continue
through November. Pro-
ceeds benefit "I Can Grow,
Inc."
School class field trips are
welcome to the event which
is held each day from 9 a.m.
to dusk.
I Can Grow is a nonprofit
program established in 2002.
It was created with the vi-
sion of providing seasonal
employment in the field of
agriculture for individuals
with disabilities.


There will'be apple bob-
bing and orchard tours, pedal
cart rides, animal .observa-
tion areas and feeding at 9
a.m. and 6 p.m.
Weekend activities will
include fishing, hay .rides
four times a day, and a cider
making demonstration.
Visitors make a $5 dona-
tion with children three and
under admitted free.
To learn more about I Can
Grow visit www.icangrow.
org.
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Shirley Anne Thomas
DOB 06-30-1955
White Female
Height 5'01


Johnnie Ronald Betts
DOB 08-31-1947
White Male
Height 5'09


Derrick B Thomas Franklin Edward Williams
DOB 09-14-1965 DOB 09-07-1971
Black Male White Male
Height 6'03 Height 5'09


James Dwone Creamer Jr
DOB 01-30-1980
White Male
Height 6'00


James D. Durden Jr.
DOB 08-22-1980
White Male
Height 6'00


The Washington County Sheriffs Office values
and recognizes the need for public assistance in
tracking fugitives. The fugitives shown here are
wanted on active, outstanding Washington
County Warrants.
If you have information regarding the where-
S about of a wanted person: TAKE NO ACTION
ON YOUR OWN. Report any such information to
the Sheriffs office at (850) 638-6111.


If you wish to remain anonymous please call our
tips line at 6 3 8 -T I P S.


Updated 09/26/2007









Kimberly Endress Ferrell
DOB 08-22-1969
White Female
Height 5'09


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Spencer Everett
DOB 03-22-1945
Black Male
Height 6'02


9:08 A.M.


Carol Lynn Smith
DOB 12-29-1964
White Female
Height 5'01


Michael E Gravel
,DOB 07-12-1971
White Male
Height 6'00


KIWANIS NEWS


Laurence Cutts, local
retired beekeeper, was the
guest speaker at Tuesday's
Kiwanis meeting at Pattil-
lo's. He is past president of
the Florida State Beekeepers
Association and past depart-
ment head for beekeeping
for the Florida Dept. of
Agriculture. He just re-
turned from his second trip
to Australia on beekeeper
business and has a son who
is the Cutts'third generation
of beekeepers.
Cutts, who is a Chipley
High School graduate, gave
a very informative talk on
the subject of pollination
and colony collapse disorder
in the U.S. and the world.
CCD is a disease, although
now fairly well under con-
trol, can kill 90 percent of
the bees in a beehive and
kill them overnight. Cutts
said "One day the bees are
in the hives and the next day
they are gone, except for the
queen bee and a few young
bees, but hot enough to
keep the hive going unless
the hives are re-populated
quickly."
All hives can be lost but
that has happened to only a
couple of beekeepers in the
state of Florida. We don't
know exactly what causes
CCD, he said, but many
things or a combination of
things may contribute to the
disorder, including mites,
beetles, fungus, pesticides,
viruses and other diseases,
too wet or too dry weather,
bad nutrition and severe
stress.
Cutts shared several facts
about bees that may or may
not be widely known. For
example, he said one third
of the food we eat is the
result of bee pollination,


Submitted photo
Laurence Cutts, retired beekeeper, was the speak-
er at Tuesday's Kiwanis meeting at Patillo's.


e.g., fruits and vegetables.
And, one half of the honey
we eat comes from over-
seas. He observed.that if
we lose honey production
and bee pollination in the
U.S., we'll have a similar
problem with the price of
honey as we have with oil,
which is controlled by for-
eign countries.
He also said that bees
have been called "the an-


gels of agriculture." The
crops that they pollinate are
sweeter and more uniform in
shape than they otherwise
would be. Beekeepers in the
state of Florida ship over
100,000 colonies out of state
each year, 40,000 colonies
to New England alone for
blueberries and to at least 26
other states for other crops.
Bee hives can be rented for
$25 to $140 per hive.


Need Loving Home
Have you been willing to have a pet of your own in
your home then you can welcome my lovely ador-
able AKC french bulldog puppy. She is available
for your sweet garden at affordable price for adop-
tion. She is so Spunky and Mini Tiny. She like "pee
wee". Good with kids. If you're interested in wel-
coming the little puppy, hook me up at my e-mail
(cassybreeds@yahoo.com) or phone 474-3882.


DENTAL

EXTRACTIONS

Monday-Thursday

* 326-1792*

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850-547-4653
1934 Country Club Drive * Bonifay
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Washington County News * Saturday, October 6, 2007 * 7 a


CLASSIFIED ADS. Classified ads are published in the Wednesday issues of the Washington County News, Holmes County Times-Advertiser, Weekly Advertiser and the Weekend Edition. Cost is $6.50 per
week for the first 20 words, plus 25 cents per word for each word over 20.
Deadlines for insertion, correction or cancellation are Monday at 12:00 Noon for the Weekly Advertiser, Holmes County Times-Advertiser and Wednesday News; Thursday at 12:00 Noon for the Weekend
Edition. The News/Times-Advertiser will be responsible for errors in the first insertion only. Any errors after the first insertion are the responsibility of the customer. Credit will be given on the first insertion for errors
only for the portion of the ad in which they occur. ADS WILL BE PUBLISHED ONLY AFTER PAYMENT RECEIVED. For your convenience, you may charge your classified ads to your Visa or Mastercard.
SFor Your Convenience We Accept FOR $6.50 Holmes C
For Your Convenience We Accept & = REACH OVER 40,000 READERS FOR AS LITTLE AS $6.50 P.O. Box6


| 1100
publication of this notice is
SOctober 6th, 2007,
a a ^ a Attorney for Personal Rep-
resentative:
NN EME Rob OFarrell
1100- Legal Advertising Attorney for Robert E.
1110 - Classified Notices Weiss
1120 - Public Notices/ Florida Bar No. 690864
Announcements 2006 North Harbour Drive
1130 - Adoptions
1140 - Happy Ads Lynn Haven, FL 32444
1150-Personals T e I e p h o n e :
1160 - Lost (850)271-1596
1170 - Found Fax: (850)248-0009
Personal Representative:
Robert E. Weiss
1100 107 Fountain Crest
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Enterprise, Alabama
FOR WASHINGTON 36330
COUNTY, FLORIDA As published in the Wash-
PROBATE DIVISION ington County News Octo-
IN RE: ESTATE OF ber 6, 13, 2007
VELMA JANE BRANHAM
Deceased
File No. 6707CP88 Notice of Hearing to Re-
Division Probate vise
The Student Progression
NOTICE TO CREDITORS Plan
Washington County
The administration School Board
of the estate of Velma October 8, 2007
Jane Branham, deceased, 5:30 p.m.
whose date of death was
July 24, 2007, is pending Notice is hereby given that
in the Circuit Court, for on Monday, October 8, at
Washington County, Flor- 5:30 RM., the Washington
ida, Probate Division, the County School Board will
address of which is RO. review the Student Pro-
Box 647, Chipley, FL gression Plan for the
32413. The names and Washington County
addresses of the personal School District.
representative and the
personal representative's The revised plan, as well
attorney are set forth be- as it's purpose and spe-
low. cific legal authority under
All creditors of the which its adoption is au-
decedent and other per- thorized, and a summary
sons having claims or de- of the estimate of eco-
mands against decedent's nomic impact of the pro-
estate on whom a copy of posed procedures on all
this notice is required to affected persons, is given.
be served must file their Development of School
claims with this court Procedures
WITHIN THE LATER OF 3
MONTHS AFTER THE Purpose:To revise the
TIME OF THE FIRST PUB- Washington County
LOCATION OF THIS NO- School Board Student
TICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER Progression Plan to reflect
THE DATE OF SERVICE changes as prescribed by
OF A COPY OF THIS law.
NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors Legal Authority
of the decedent and other
persons having claims or The Washington County
demands against School Board is author-
decedent's estate must file ized under Chapter 1000
their claims with this court through 1003 of the Flor-
WITHIN 3 MONTHS AF- ida School Code to
TER THE DATE OF THE develop/revise policy and
FIRST PUBLICATION OF procedures.
THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT Economic Impact
FILED WITHIN THE TIME
PERIODS SET FORTH IN The cost of promulgating
SECTION 733.702 OF the Student Progression
THE FLORIDA PROBATE Plan is approximately
CODE WILL BE FOREVER $5.00 per document.
BARRED.
N 0 T W I T H - Individuals wishing to ob-
STANDING THE TIME PE- tain a copy of the pro-
RIODS SET FORTH posed procedures may
ABOVE, ANY CLAIM contact the Superintend-
FILED TWO (2) YEARS went's Office at 652 Third
OR MORE AFTER THE Street, Chipley, Florida
DECEDENT'S DATE OF As published in the Wash-
DEATH IS BARRED. ington County News Sep-
tember 8, 12, 2007 Octo-
The date of first ber 3, 6, 2007




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638-4242


547-9414
MAILING ADDRESSES
county limes-Advertiser Washington County News
67, Bonifay, FL 32425 P.O. Box 627, Chipley, FL 32428


1100 1100 |1 3230 3320 |1 4100 |14100
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Post Office Box 669 . 4 Family Yard Sale- Sat- Leola Brock Nurseries
FOR HOLMES COUNTY Chipley, Florida 32428 . urday 10/6/07. 7103rd St., LLC Plants, trees and Administrative Healhcare/Other
FLORIDA (850) 638-2643 behind Court House. shrubs. Landscape de-
PROBATE DIVISION Florida Bar No. 0843253 * * 7a.m.-1p.m. sign, landscape contract- Immediate OpeningDietary
Case No. 07-76 PR Person Giving Notice: MERCHANDISE Antiques, collectibles, ing, irrigation systems for an Administrative as-
Case No 0776 PR Person Giving Notice: MERCHANDISE Antiq d coll tiblaes 1788 White Road, Bonifay, sistant in Chipley, FL. Manager
n Re Estate of SHERRY HARRIS I I etc Thursday, Friday andFL 32425 (Washington CPA office. Duties will Washington
HELEN FAYE MATTHEWS 1612 E. Main Street 3100 - Antiques Saturday. 205 E Wiscon- County) (850)638-1202; consist of date entry, WRehab &
a/k/a HELEN ENGLISH Ponce de Leon, FL. 32455 3110 - Appliances sin Ave. Different Items. 8 326-1500 answering telephones, Nursing Center
MATTHEWS, As published in the 3120 - Arts & Crafts a.m. until. filing and bookkeeping. Now seeking a Certified
Deceased. Holmes County 3140- Baby Items Big Yard Sale; furniture, Maphis Tree Farm Computer skills and Dietary Manager. Prefer
Times-Advertiser October 3150 - Building Supplies tools, craft, floral, fall and Nursery & Gift Shop knowledge of Microsoft Long Term Care experi-
NOTICE TO CREDITORS 6,13, 2007. 3160 - Business Christmas decorations, Word and Excel nec- ence, but will train
(Summary Administration) _ _ Equipment pictures, home interior, Fall is here and so are essary. Full or part time promising applicant.
3170 - Collectibles clothes, etc. Corner of our pumpkins, corn positions. Email resume Competitive pay & ben-
TO ALL PERSONS 3180- Computers Smith and Jenkins Rd. stalks, hay, gourds, t 0 efits package. Also re-
HAVING CLAIMS OR 3190- Electronics (CR-173) 3 houses north mums, dianuthus, orna- chipeycpa@besout.netor cruising fo additional
aAVIG CA0M OR3200 - Firewood mail too1ad9DiS.
DEMANDS AGAINST THE 3210- Free Pass it On of 1-10. October 5&6, be- mental cabbage & kale mail to 1369D S. dietary staff for Cook
ABOVE ESTATE: 1100 3220 - Furniture ginning at 8:00. vegetable plants. We Railroad Ave., Chipley, and Aide positions.
3230 - Garage/Yard Sales FridayOct. 5th, Saturday also have fall wreaths, FL. 32428. Equal opportunity em-
You are hereby notified COLOR SELLS! 3240- Guns Oct 5th, Sa y table arrangements, player. pay will be dis-
that an Order ofiSummaryGe OR C se 3250 - Good Things to Eat October 6th 7a.m.-6p.m. scarecrows, etc. We cussed duringinterview
Administration mary Get Your Classified 3260 - Health & Fitness 2650 Robin Hood Lane, have lots of plants, Avon Representatives Please apply in person
entered in the estate of Ad in 3270 - Jewelry/Clothing Dogwood Lakes. shrubs &, trees to needed in Bonifay, Washington Rehab
HELEN FAYE MATTHEWS Cl COLOR!. 3280 - Machinery/ Sweeper, microwave, choose from as well as Chipley, Graceville, and Nursing Center.
LENFAYEENMA E H Call now for details Equipment odds & ends, tools, stap- pears, blueberry, figs, Wausa, Vernon, 879 sery Rd.
a/k/a HELEN ENGLISH and be noticed! 3290 - Medical Equipment ing gun. Lots other things grapes, etc. Come see Caryville, Ponce de Chpley, FL 32428
MATHEWS, deceased, 638-0212 3300 - MiscellaneousChpley, FL 32428
Case No. 07-76 PR; by the or 3310 - Musical Instruments Garage Sale- Friday & us at 814 Rattlebox Rd. Leon. Ask about 850-638-4654
Circuit Court for Holmes 547-9414 3320 - Plants & Shrubs/ Saturday, October 5th & 3 miles south of Chipley mini-kit. 850-547-1640.
County, Florida, Probate Supplies 6th. 7:00-Until. 1134 Iola off Orange Hill Rd. Dwayne Atkins ISR See Our Job Posting On
Division, the address of 3330 - Restaurant/Hotel Dr., Chipley, Orange Hill 850-638-8243. Lic emeraldcoastjobseast.com
which is Post Office Box 3340 - Sporting Goods Hwy. Large womans A133966. WeblD# 33958601
397, Bonifay, Florida 3350 - Tickets (Buy & Sell) clothes, much more. Caregiver _________
deceden32425-0397; t hat the ' HUGE YARD SALE, * Live in Caregiver needed Healthcare
was March 24, 2007; that A150 . IQEGrace Lutheran Church is for elderly lady, Chipley
the total value of the 0 sponsoring a huge yard area. Call 850-373-7476 - Immediate Opening
estate, less and except Young Male doctor used to assist le_ n Licensed Physical Ther-
homestead real property, looking for female Wanted To Buy antiques, used to a nfn General apy Assistant (PTA) start-
is $2,973.50 and that the companion 18-28 for collectibles, gold, silver, cumeed dustanesto unfAll procrseedsn cir- General ing salary $47,840. Con-
names and addresses of travel and good times. dinnerware, collections, will be administrated by Caring Individual needed petitive salary and bene-
those to whom it has been Looking for someone paintings, call Al Schmidt wll be the Holmes County EMILOYMENT to provide al fits. Please fax resume to
assigned by such order different, not something 850-638-7304 Ministerial Association. M M- services to 850-415-1967
are: different. Please send toSpace/tables for crafts and 4100 - Help Wanted developmentally disabled
photo & info to . yard sale items are 4130 - Employment young adults. P/T after
Sherry Harris drtomas7@yahoocom available to rent for Informaton school and some week- Healthcare/RN's
1612 E. Main Street, 325 $10.00. Call 547-2326 or Eends. Graceville & West-
Ponce de Leon, FL32455 3130 547-0178 for information.~A Evlie area. Background RN Supervisors
Mist 3rd et FaMatthrm ews Equipment Auction hat: crafts, clothes, I 41O0 check required, experi- Washington Rehab and
124 N. 3rd Streset Farm Equipment Auction shoes, houseware, baby ence preferred. Contact Nursiong Center is now
Defuniak Springs, FL. Saturday, October 13, items, furniture, tools and Accounting Jim during business hours recruiting RN Supervi-
32433 1160 2007. 9am. 1 mile East of collectibles. Where: Grace M-F, 9-4. 547-4415 sorsfor3to 11 and 11
Greenwood, Florida on Lutheran Church (1.3 mi- CPA'S to 7 Shifts, If ou are
ALL INTERESTED Lost Family Pet- Septem- Highway 69 Fort Rd. Con- les East on Hwy. 90 next Needed. 4 yr accounting looking for a rewarding
PERSONS ARE NOTIFIED ber 30th. Small black poo- signments welcome. John to F&R Trusses). When: degree , Quick books exp General and challenging career
THAT: die. Call 638-8824 or Stanley (850)594-5200 Thursday, October 4th req'd,. fax resume in Long-Term care with
638-1830. AU044/AB491 from 7:00a.m. till 5:00 321-752-1035 or Call 866 Job Opportunity competitive payand
All creditors of the estate p.m., Friday, October 5th Kelli Wireless/Next2-1037 benefits, join us. WRNC
of the decedent and from 7:00 a.m. till 5:00 752-1037 Provider is chanin the land-
demands againimsththe d le d t.m.h fratur ayOctober See our job posting on CONSULTANT e Long Term
estate of the decedent 6th from 7:00 a.m. till emeraldcoastjobseast.com. hipley/Graceville Care. Equal employ-
other than those for whom 31S0 112:00Ip.m. WeblD#33957983 Offiey/acevie ment employer. Pay will
provision for full payment For Sale- New lumber for Huge Yard Sale, October Educational Friendly, Good Corn- be discussed during in-
was made in the Order of sale CHEAP Plywood 6th 8-until, at Swifty Lube. Eduatonalmunication Skills, Com- terview. Apply at
Summary Administration _ OSB board, wood trim Lots of goodies, baby to teacher Assistant- puter experience, De-
must file their claims with d 2x lumber extra plus clothes. To Teacher Assistant- 879Usery Rd
this court WITHIN THE 850-638-822. umbermuch list. Come early Tri-County Community pa Resume .to Chipley, FL 32428
TIME PERIODS AS SET PETS&ANIMALS M Yrd Council,Inc., is accept- Fax 763-8249 or E-Mail 850-368-4655
FORTH IN SECTION PETS I I -Moving, Yard Sale- 834 ing applications for the 850-763-8249 or E-Mail
FORTH IN SECTION Tr S H p t o
733.702 OF THE FLORIDA 2100:- Pets Third Street. Saturday, Oc- Head Start Program. ei ie ee our job posting on
PROBATE CODE. ALL 2110- Pets: Free to tober 6th. Cancel if rain. Great Benefits. I nelwrei esI,:,:,rn, emeradcoastobseast.com.
FURIT EC31nWeblD#33958596
CLAIMS AND DEMANDS Good Home Oct 5 & 6. 2414 Hwy 77, Resposibility Assist
NOT SO FILED WILL BE 2120 - Pet Suppliess/ . 3220 Chipley. 8am-5pm ,Furni easeponsi ili: aressi


TIME PERIOD, ANY ley. We pay cash for
CLAIM FILED TWO (2) clean, quality furniture. St. Theresa's Church Minimum Qualifications: JOU
YEARS OR MORE AFTER - Farm Animals/ 850-557-0211 or Bazaar. High School (GED); 3-6
OF DEATH IS BARRED. 2130 Pasco or Carolyn market, crafts, bake ence or training.
sale! Wheel of Fortunel Now taking applications for:
The date of the first Livestock Furniurnie & Mattre 13sse42s Raffle Located 1 mile n ustr have Currentg- A CDL O rat
publication of this Notice Low, low low overhead the main entrance of dtes license and ass A pera

id October 6, 2007. Limousin Bulls, black, 2 guarantees low, low, low Sunny Hills Blvd. proper vehicle insur- Must have a valid license and
A n o e r years old, $120 red prices. P&S Discount Fur- sance coverage. Must clean driving record, 2 years
A ttn orthe Person be o, $155.,5-2 8506 8 n11 Sat., Oct. 6th. 1764 Justic background screening, experience
KERRY ADKISON s/Livestock North RR Avenue Rd., Graceville, off Hwy and
Wanted ley. We pay csh for 273. For additional informa-
THE DECEDYard Sale Oct 6 MiscOct.6.a- Flea months related experi- Equipment Operators
items. 743 3rd St., Chip- ministrative Manager, at Benefits: Dental, Vision, Health,
OF DEATH IS BARRED. Pasco or Carolyn market, crafts, bake ence or training.Ho s,
sale!6th. Hwy 90 West, go Applications may be tion Time, Paid Travel Expense.or:
The date of the first Livestock Furniture & Mattresassed Gully Springs obtained from any es Raff Located 1 mile in Must have Overnight stays requiredCurrent
d October 62007 mousBullsblack Sunny Hillarter Parkway. Lookor Council office and su- Home on weekends and
signs, mitted by October 8, at
yeCL A SSIFIE D prices DsuccessfulscountFur applicant cl enter ecord, 2 years
, C y .(Sinc S 3250 whi l "background subjct to preening Ra iroad Servience





pre-employment drug
ng Notcebull $7008509562690 197 K&L Farms test. (850)956-3010
- -- -- - Green Peanuts for EQUAL OPPORTUNITY Equipment Operators
S1567 Piney Grove RdSt., ChipD ministrative Manager, at Benefits: Dental, Vision, Health,
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guitar $40, Metal Porch rates on new vinyl tops nish the lock.
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urday, 850-547-2938


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J I 4100 I 5100 | 6100 | I 6110 | 6140 || 6170 II i7160 4
Other 2BR/2bath home in For Rent: 3BR/2BA dou- 16x80 3+2 w/fireplace,
AVAILABLE NOW! Executive Office Space Ponce de Leon area, blewide mobile home on 9 glamour bath, nice big
Mystery Shoppers, get Gas/C-Store in Chipley, for rent downtown Chip- Graceland Manor Apart- country setting. $595. acres (great pasture land) master bedroom, island
paid to shop! Retail/dining FL. with prime interstate ley. 638-1918 ments. Rental assistance month, $300 deposit. 2 miles E. of Wausau. kitchen. 2002 model. Must
establishments need un- location on busy road. on 1, 2, and 3 bedrooms. 850-265-3166 $650 mthly. Call see. Call Brad 763-7780
derercover clients to judge Gas and Diesel. Call for Handicapped and (850)326-3030
quality customer service, details. PetroSouth non-handicapped accessi- 2BR/1BA home in the The Park at 2350 Att: CASH Buyers New
Earn up to $150. a day. 1-888-997-3876. For Rent-Commercial of- ble apartments. 850 country with large yard. 3BR/1BA$425 2BR/1BA $23,900. Set up
Call (888)-523-1013. fice space near downtown -263-4464, TDD/TTY 711. Approx. 4 miles NW of 3BR/1BA $425 with CH/A. 16 ft. Call Brad
Real Estate/Mortgage Chipley. Approx 5445 Brown Street, Chipley. NO Pets. $425. 7-3746 aleA$5 7 7 0 03
1OO0Sq.Ft. Call Graceville, FL. Equal deposit/month. Call -3746
Broker & 50-638-1959. housing authority 547-400 - .. ba 16x80, zoned 3, lived
Realtors / fFor Rent- 3BR, I'/2BA ' in 5 mos. $24,500. Call
ealtorS Brick House. Call 773-3757 or 258-5365
Successful Real Estate 638-1918 or 638-4478.
office Seeking Exp Re- - WNew 3+2, 14x70 (last one
altors. Our Company , .- . For Rent: 3BR/1BA left). Factory went out of
offers free buyer & 6110 house $350. month and business. Plywood floors,
seller leads, no desk 1 2BR/1BA trailer, $250. refrigerator w/icemaker.
fees, no franchise fee, REAL ESTATE FOR RENT 6140 month, Ponce de Leon. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE Set up included, with
paid advertising, paid 100- business/ All LARGE APART- 850-259-9113 1 - - CH/A. $28,900. Call Brad
MLS fees, paid E&O Commercial MENTS 1BR $425, S/D 7100- Homes 763-7780
Insurance. For confi- 6110- Apartments $200. Just remodeled, Publisher's House For Rent- 7110 - Beach Home/
dential interview call 6120- Beach Rentals 1BR $450, S/D $200. 2BR 3BR/1.5BA, CH&A. Wau- Property
527-2275 6130 - Condo/Townhouse $525, S/D $250. Down- Notice sau area. Call After 6: p.m. 7120 - Commercial '
6140 - House Rentals town Chipley. convenient 638-7601 7130 - CondoTfrownhouse ..
Trades 6150 - Roommate Wanted location. Rent includes All real estate advertising in 7140 - Farms & Ranches
6160 - Rooms for Rent stove, refrigerator, city this newspaper is subject to House for Rent- Beauti- 7150 - Lots and Acreage
Want An Opportunity 6170- Mobile Home/Lot water, sewer, garbage. the Fair Housing Act which fully restored 3BR/2BA 7160 - Mobile Homes/Lots
with a growing company? 6180- Ou-of-Town Rentals Sorry nopets or HUD. 1 s i.close toI
Want to work hard and be 6190-Timeshare Rentals Sorry no pets or HUD. "any preference, limitation or schools, parks and down- 7180 - Investment
rewarded for it? Reed 6200 - Vacation Rentals (50)638-3306 discrimination based on town. $1,050 a month 7190 - Out-of-Town AUTINE
race, color, religion, sex, town .$,05 a onh. 190-EMARINE
Concrete and Construc- handicap, familial status or 260-2712 or 638-8374. Real Estate RECREATIONAL
tion, Inc., in Bonifay would national origin, or an inten- 7200 - Timeshare 8100 - Antique & Collectibles
like to talk with you. Y uCnt tion, to make any such pref- _0 81100- Cars
850-547-5767 erence, limitation or dis-HO E --N810-C
T discrimination" Familial st-atus0O 8120-SportsUtilityVehicles
Trades PANAMACITY includes children under the 6170 71 8130 - Trucks
HELPWANTEDage of 1 living with parents 2 br 2 ba, Beautiful Sin-426nd Street Chipey 8140- ercial
Experienced HVAC o l/ nant women and pregop glewide trailer in Ebro, 15 2BR/2BA, completely re- 8160- Motorcycles
Series h Vayde- nant women and people se- 2BR/2BA
Service Tech. Pay de- , i curing custody of children miles N PCB on 7 acres of modeled, new electric, 8170- Auto Parts
pends on experience. / -' under 18. land, no pets & smoking AC, plumbing, cabinets, & Accessories
Paid Holidays, Sick Call 850-625-5441 flooring 1200 sq ft 3 ac 8210- Boats
Leave, Vacation, Local k * ya t This newspaper will not flooring.1200 sft 8220 - Personal Watercraft
Work. Call knowingly accept any adver- 3BR/2 bath Mobile Homes res, $159,900 OB 8230 - Sailboats
85 0 -6 3 8 - 1 3 09 9tising for real estate which is for rent, $425. to $450. (314)346-3303 owner pos- 8240 - Boat & Marine'
850 -258 -7274 8 1I 309 - in violation of the law. Our month, $300. security De- sible financing Supplies
!0thatd alt dwellings advertised posit, in Bonifay. Call 3BR/1/iBA Brick Home, 8310 - Aircraft/Aviation
1 -A-in this newspaper are availa. 850-896-0520. Leave Mes- 837 Chesnut Hill St. Chip- 8320 - A/Of Road Vehicles
5ble on a equal opportunity sage ley. 638-1832 8340 -Motorhomes
/ ,EVig''ni -*Anuebasis. To complain of dis-
crimination call HUD toll-free 3BR/2BA CH/A WD o
at 1-800-669-9777. The hookup in family park in14
orin Pise ake toll-free number for the hear- Chipley. $475/mo., de- 7150 81.10
gsie ing impaired n h-9 posit require 1ed. No pets, b .
1-00-927-9275.638-0560 posit required. No pets For Sale 8 acres in 1987ChevyCamaroZ28
s A 638-0560 Campbleton, FL., has wellw/T-top, new headliners
BUSINESS & NANCIAL 4BR/2bath Double wide and fish pond $55,000. carpet, V8, 305, new red
mobile home in Bethle- Call850-263-9178 paint job, runs great.
5100-Business Lilro ad aen" a bhem area on Bethlehem MP Enterprises Land $4500 obo. 849-7830;
511 Opportunit ies school route. Call Sale and Finance. 5 acres 849-7834
5110- Money to Lend 850-547-3233 or more for houses only,
Bonfay- 3BR, $wooded & pasture. 3 mi- 19914 Door Toyota for
Bonifay- 3nR, $550. 2BR, los South of Chipley. sale. Call 638-1462.
$425. In quiet Mobile Highway 77, Gainer Rd., 1993 Cadillac Seville
Driver-BYNUM TRANSPORT- needs qualified drivers Estate Homesites in Gated Lakefront Communities on Home Park. 547-4234 R, Bi neRd., Nadillac ille
forCentralFlorida-Local&NationalOTRpositions.Food Pristine Lake's in beautiful Western North Carolina Call Double wide trailer for Duncan Community Rd., Great buy. $1,800.
- gradetanker,nohazmat,nopumps,pgreatbenefits, competi- Now(800)709-LAKE. rent, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths. Buddy Rd., (4) five acres 850-419-3034.
u tive pay & new equipment. (866)GO-BYNUM. Need 2 No Pets, No Smoking (8) ten acres (5) eight ac-
rs years experience. SAVANNAH HIGHLANDS NEW HOME $164,900: 547-2830 res. Owner financing or
e cash. Low down payment, T C
reNew home near historic Savannah, Georgia. Three bed- For Rent- 2BR furnished low monthly payments.
BODYGUARDS: STATESIDE & Overseas. Earning room, two bath, two car garage, screened porch. Coastal mobile home. Call Milton Peel for infor- 8130
- Potential:d$350/$750perday.NoExperienceNeeded.Free Living at an affordable price! (888)499-7575 Washer/Dryer. $500 a nation 850-638-1858 1996 Toyota Tacoma
Training. (866)271-7779 www.bodyguardsunlimited.net www.savannahhiehlands.con. month plus $350 security x-cab, V6, 4x4, LX pack-
http://bodv uardsunlimited.net. deposit. Call 638-1462. , age, tool box, towing
- package, CD, white/gray
y LAKESOFSUMMERVILLE:CoastalSouthernCharm For Rent: 2BR/1BA mo- 7160 cloth. $5,700..
- Driver: DON'T JUST START YOUR CAREER, $159,900.NewhomeideallylocatednearhistoriclCharles- bile home. 1st month plus 14x70 3+2 with new car- 850-373-6350
START IT RIGHT! Company Sponsored CDL training in ton SC. 3 Bedroom, 2 Bathroom, 9' ceiling, 2 car garage. deposit. Located on Hwy. pet, vinyl. $16,900. In-
3 weeks. Must be 21. Have CDL? Tuition reimbursement!" CallNow! (800)639-5000www.lakesofsummerville.com. 177A. 547-5303 cludes set up, AC hooked
N CRST. (866)917-2778. Mobile Homes for rent in up. Call Brad 763-7780 or
ts .ARIZONALAND LIQUIDATION!NearTucson, Foot- Cottondale on Sapp Road, 1-866-732-7607 8140
m We're raising pay for Florida regional drivers! Home ball Field Sized Lots. $0 Down/$0 Interest, $159/Monthl 8 miles east of Chipley. 16x80 3+2 new carpet, 2005 Pontiac Van, 7 pas-
. everyweekend!Homeduringtheweek! Solidweeklymiles! ($18,995 total). FREE INFORMATION. Money Back 3BR/2BA and 2BR/2BA paint. Very clean. $19,900. senger, power windows,
95%notouch!Preplannedfreight!$.43permile,hometime, Guarantee!(800)682-6103Op#10. available. Total electric. Must go ASAR Bank just front & rear air. CD & DVD
S money & more! Heartland Express (800)441-4953 (850)258-4868; 209-8847 reduced price. Call Brad player, tinted, windows.
www.charloscountryliv- 763-7780 or Good shape. $11,000.
s: www.heartlandexpress.com. North Carolina Cool Mountain Air, Views & Streams, ing.com 1-866-732-2607 638-8980


MECHANICS: Up to $20,000 bonus. Keep the Army
National Guard Rolling. Fix HIumvces, Strykers, etc.
Expand your skills through careertraining. Be a Soldier. I-
800-GO-GUARD.com/mechanic.


Homes For Sale


Palm Harbor Factory Prices!!! Modulars, Mobiles, Stilt
Homes. Call (800)622-2832.

Daniel Boone Log Home Auction Sat. Oct. 20th -
Jacksonville, FL 26 New Log Home Packages to be
auctioned. Take delivery up to one year. Package includes
sub-floor, logs, windows, doors, rafters, roofing, etc. Call
(800)766-9474.

Miscellaneous

DIVORCE$275-$350*COVERS children, etc. Only one
signature required! *Excludes govt. fees! Call weekdays
(800)462-2000, ext.600. (8am-6prii) Alta Divorce, LLC.
Established 1977.

ATTEND COLLEGE ONLINE from home. Medical,
business, paralegal, computers, criminal justice. Job place-
ment assistance. Financial aid and computer provided if
qualified. Call (866)858-2121,
www.OnlineTidewaterTech.com.

AIRLINES ARE HIRING - Train for high paying
Aviation Maintenance Career. FAA approved program.
Financial aid ifqualified- Job placement assistance. CALL
Aviation Institute of Maintenance (888)349-5387.

NOW AVAILABLE! 2007 POST OFFICE JOBS. $18-
$20/HR. NO EXPERIENCE. PAID TRAINING. FED
BENEFITS. VACATIONS. CALL (800)910-9941 TO-
DAY! REF #FL07.


Motorcycle for Sale


Hondas From $500! Police Impounds and Repos for Sale!
Many Makes and Models Available! For listings call
(800)366-9813 x 9275.

RealEstate

BEAUTIFUL N. CAROLINA. ESCAPE TO BEAUTI-
FUL WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA MTS FREE
Color Brochure & Information MOUNTAIN PROPER-
TIES with Spectacular views, Homes, Cabins, Creeks, &
Investment acreage. CHEROKEE MOUNTAIN GMAC
REAL ESTATE... cherokeemountainrealty.com Call for
free brochure (800)841-5868.

Beautiful NC Mountains- Boone, Blowing Rock, Banner
Elk. Let the local experts at MAP Realty find that perfect
property for you. (828)262-5655 or
www.maprealtyboone.com.

1ST TIME OFFERED Colorado Mountain Ranch. 35
ACRES - $49,900. Priced for Quick Sale. Overlooking a
majestic lake, beautifully treed, 360 degree mountain views,
adjacent to national forest. EZ Terms. (866)353-4807.

GORGEOUS N.C. MOUNTAIN HOMESITES 3-7
Acres fromjust $79,900 MINUTES TOASHEVILLEN.C.
Enjoy sweeping mountain views, A mile of river frontage
and walking trails. Amenities include gated entrance,
community lodge & Riverside BBQ area. Excellent Financ-
ing Available. GRAND OPENING Saturday, October 13th
Call Today! (877)890-5253 X 2987.

LIMITED TIME OFFER 100% FINANCING- Gated
Lakefront Community oftheNC Blue Ridge Mtns. 90miles
of Shoreline start $99,000. Call Now (800)709-LAKE.


Homes, .Cabins& Acreage.,F riEE BROCHUREn, (800)642-
5333. Realty Of Murphy 317 Peachtree St. Murphy, N.C.
28906. www.realtvofmurphv.com.

EXCLUSIVE ESTATES! Very rare estates being offered
for I st time: Unique waterfall estate. 15.3 acre gentleman's
farm. View @ www.troutstreamestates.com.

Autumn Lake Sale! Dockable Lakefront & Lake Access
with FREE Boat Slips NOW $19,900. SAVE TENS OF
THOUSANDS! Gorgeous private lake. Call now (888)792-
5253 X1527 www.indianlaketn.com.

VIRGINIA MOUNTAINS Log cabin shell on 2 private
acres nearvery wide trout stream intheGalaxareaandNew
River State Park, $139,500 owner (866)789-8535.

Retire to So. Carolina! 4BR/2BA/ $229,000. New home
on 18 hole championship golf course. Golf Digest Schools
facility. Blue Ridge Mtn setting, comfortable 4 season
climate. Enjoy low taxes & low cost of living in top- rated
cultural & recreational location. Perfect vacation/ retire-
ment. Call now (886)334-3253 ext. 1344.

Build your dream retirement home Land starting at
$79,900. On 18 hole championship golf course. Home of
GolfDigest Schools. Blue Ridge Mtn setting, comfortable
4 season climate. Enjoy low taxes & low cost living in top-
rated cultural & recreational location. Perfect for vacation/
retirement. Call now (865)334-3253 ext. 1336.

3 BR RANCH house along trout stream that borders
National Forest. Set on 15+ acres for tremendous privacy-
absolute steal at $294,900. Won't last, call now (877)777-
4837.

FREE Closing Costs or $10,000 Savings Bond w/
purchase of prime 20+ acre properties abutting National
Forest. Own frontage on huge trout stream! Call now for
details (877)202-2727.

Direct Private Access to Jefferson Nat'l Forest. One of a
kind land offering mix oflhardwood forest & pristine pasture.
Incredible mtn views. Only $119,000.
www.NationalForestLand.com.

TN WATERFRONT SALE!! Lakefront, lakeview &
access to community boat slips & launch. 1-3 ACRE
homesites. Save 10% the entire month of October!! MLC
Realty (800)351-5263 www.BuyLandinTN.com.

KY LAKE PROPERTY SALE!! Wooded 1-2 ACRE
homesites. No time frame to build. Prices start @ $19,900.
Save 10% month of October!! MLC Realty (800)301-5263
www.BuvLandinKY.com.


Steel Buildings


Steel Buildings: Hot Deals for Best buy now. Beat price
increase.Erectionavail. Quality notcompromised.www.scg-
grp.com Source#COOS (888)898-3091.

STEEL BUILDING SALE! "Manufacturer Direct!" Take
Now or deposit holds till March. Examples: 25x36 $6100.
30x44 $7700. 35x52. 40x70. Others. Ends/accessories
optional. Pioneer (800)668-5422.

All Steel Buildings. National Manufacturer. 40x60 to
100x250 Factory direct to contractoror customer. (800)658-
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