Title: Washington County news
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Title: Washington County news
Uniform Title: Washington County news (Chipley, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Washington County news
Publisher: Washington County news
Place of Publication: Chipley, Fla.
Publication Date: October 31, 2009
Copyright Date: 2009
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Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States of America -- Florida -- Washington -- Chipley
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began May 23, 1924.
General Note: L.E. Sellers, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 8, no. 1 (May 28, 1931).
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Saturday,0OCTOBER 31, 2009 v www. ch i ple y p ap er.coam Volume 85, Number 57 50e

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ing while ~Florida Highiway
Patrol officials investigated
the wreck. Bodies often
remain at the scene until
the medical.examiner's of-
jfice can arrive and remove
them, troopers said.
SJulic andMichael attend
Hutchison 13each Elemen-
tary School, school officials
confirmed Wednesday.
Th'e other studentss at
th~e b~us stop were 'sent

Florida Freedom Newspapers
first-grader was killed and
Snine-year old injured when
a car struck the two as thiey
tried to cross Front Beach
Road on.Wednesday morn-
The siblings, si8-year-
old Julie Lister and nine-
year-old -Michael McFall,

were accompanied by other
children and two adults as
they headed to a bus stop
about 7a~n.mat~the intersec-
tion of Front Beach Road
and 16th Street. As the two
Panama City Beach chil-
dren` attempted ~to cross
the street, they .were hit
by a 1993 Oldsmobile be-
ing driven bjr ~Kathlleen B.
Jackison, 61, of.~ernon, ~who
was heading west near the

Laguna Beach Christian
Retreat, Florida Highway
Patrol investigators said in
a news release.
Julie was pronounced
dead at the scene. Michael
was taken to Bay Medical
Center, where he: was ad-
mitted and listed in critical
condition Wednesday after-
noon. Julie's body lay in the
street, under yellow sheet,
much of Wednesday morn-

home, school officials said.
Ken Phillips, director of
transportation for Bay Dis-
trict Schools, said school
officials are investigating
the death to determine the
safety of the bus stop.
He added that pedes-
trian signs are present in
the area and childr.enshave
ierossed the street to reach
See BUS A4

:Trick-of-Treat tirnes,

C I n v lsion st~lHA G A N C O LE M A N

'burglary leads

Crri~lto two sus ects'

i CHIPLEY On Thursday,

.Oct. i22 at approxim7atelyl
2:30 p.ni.. the Washington
County Sheriff's Office re-
ceived a call in reference
to a burglary at a home on
Pinei Grove Road.
Deputies responded
to the home and initial
.interviewrs- revealed two
'males: hiad kicked in :the
back door of tihe residence
in a home invasion style
burglary~ and fled after-
discovering someone was
.s home.
Before fleeing the
II.suspects were able to
It:' take severalhlindreds
of dollars from the
residence. Witnesses
.;i :~lY~~I ~ 8WEl ~ L reported seeing p Ford
Astro or Aer~ostar van,
PI1 possibly blue in color,
.at several different resi-

to the burglary. Laitr
enforcement agencies
P ~~ ::- were notified~and an ex-cute

tensive investigation was
Working off identifica-:
tion from eye witnesses,
1 ~~~Washington Colinty Sher-
ifh's Office investigators
attained arrest warrants
for Billie Ray H~agari, 49,
and Robert Mac Coleman,
415. both from Panama
City. Hagan and Coleman
wrere later arrested and
charged w~ith burglary
of an occupied dwelling
and grand theft. 'They.
are each being held on a
$F75,000 bond
"We absolutely have to
give credit to the residents
'in the area of this burglary
;who through detailed ob-
servation were able to
.. .- - -- . .. .,give our investigators the
**- ** -*-- **- ** -- ** *tools to solve this case
extremely quickly" stated
5. -.. ". -* -..--- ..-. .. -. .- .. .- .Sheriff Bobby Haddock.
"This is a prime example
of neighbors looking out
for -neighbors and as re-
sult, those responsible will
be held accountable."

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Pursuant to Section 193.122

and 197.323 Florida Statutes`,

Gil Catter, Property Appriser

Of Washington County,

hereby affirms that, the initial
certification for the 2009 Tax

Roll for Washington County
has been certified to the Tax

COllector as of the 22nd day

Of October 2009, for the

COllection of taxes.

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A2 Iwashington Coun

are suspected of having a disability and
~who are not enrolled in public school
regardless of income.
Screenings are scheduled for
Nov. 19 and Dec. 9 at PAEC', 753 West
Blvd. in Chipley. Call Dr. Jennifer Adams
at 638-3131, ext. 2310 for a screening

CHIPLEY Holmes and Washington
County School boards and FDLRS/
PAEC will sponsor free Child Find Pre-
K screenings to identify children with
special needs.
Vision, hearing, speech and
developmental screenings will be
provided for children ages 3-5 years who

landscapes, agriculture and outdoor/
recreational activities.
Judgmng and Prizes:
*A panel of judges will select a first'
second and third place winner.
*Judging criteria: originality'
appropriate theme and use of color.
*Prizes: First place, $100; Second
place, $50; Third place, $25.
*Judging will take place at noon
Saturday; Winners will be announced
shortly thereafter.
*Proceeds of the silent auction cake
sale will go to the Washington County
Chamber of Commerce Foundation.
Exhibition: All entries will be
displayed at' the gun and knife show.
The Washington County Chamber of
Commerce, The Washington County Arts
Council and Pippin Appraisal Services
are not responsible for lost, misdirected
or misplaced entries. Sponsors reserve ~
the right to disqualify any entrant.
All entries become the property of
the Washington County Chamber of
Commerce and will not be returried by
the entrant. All entries will be auctioned
to the general public on Saturday, Nov. 21
at the Gun Expo.

CHIPLEY Washington County Arts
Council and Pippin Appraisal Services
Inc: are sponsoring a cake contest with
the 2009 Washington County Outdoor
Expo Gun and Knife Show to be held
Nov. 21-22, at the Washington County
Agricultural Center in Chipley.
Entries are due Mlonday, Nov. 9.
Register your name, address, phone
number and e-mail with Tonya Pippin at
850-638-7700 or tonyaepippinappraisal.
Contest Requirements:
*Entries need to be delivered to
the agricultural center, 1424 Hwy 90, on
Friday, Nov. 20 12 4 p.m. or Saturday,
Nov. 21 8 10 a.m.
*Cakes can be no larger than 2-feet
wide and three tiers tall.
*Cakes must be 100 percent edible,
Excluding bases and tier supports. .
*Please advise if ingredients contain:
soy, wheat, eggs, peanuts or milk.
*Cakes required not to be
*Cakes will not be returned to the
Cake must be in the "Fall Harvest"
theme to include wildlife, nature,

payments are used to
build still more Habitat
In addition to a down
payment and the monthly
mortgage payments;
homeowners invest
hundreds of hours of .
their own labor sweat
equity into building
their Habitat house and
the houses of others.
Families may be
considered' for a Habitat
home if the present
housing is not adequate
and if the 'family is unable
to obtain adequate ,
housing through

conventional means.
Because the selected
family will be actually
buying the ho~e from
Habitat, the family must
demonstrate ability
to pay the monthly
mortgage payment.
To become a "partner
family," 500 hours of
(sweat equity) must be
completed before the
completion of the home.
Call Rebecca Harris
at 638-8376, Ayshia
SHatcher at 638-4555 or
the Habitat Thrift Store
on Main Street in Chipley
Sat 415-5600.

167, 169, 173, 177, 177A, 179,
181, 185, 271, 276, 279,280,
284 and Snow Hill Road.
The Patrol has found
these checkpoints to be
an effective means of
enforcing the equipment
and driver s license laws of
Florida while ensuring the
protection of all motorists.

for Humanity (HFH)
of Washington County
will hold a mandatory
orientation Nov. 12,
5:15 p.m. in the First
United Mlethodist Church
on Highway 90 in Chipley
for anyone interested in
applying for Washington
County's seventh home.
Habitat is not a \
giveaway program.
Habitat houses are~ sold
to partner families at no
profit and financed with
affordable -loans.
The homeowners'
monthly mortgage

by defective vehicle
equipment, troopers will
concentrate their efforts
on vehicles being operated
with defects, such as
'bad brakes, worn tires
and defective lighting
In addition, attention .
will be directed to driver's

who would violate the
driver license laws of
Florida. .
Officers will be on State
Roads No. 2, 10, 69, 71, 73,
77, 79, 81,273, 2 76,277 and
286 during the month.
County roads with
inspection points' include
No. 69A, '162, 164, 165, 165A,

Florida Highway Patrol
will conduct driver's
license and vehicle .
inspection checkpoints
during November on the
roadways listed below .
in Holmes, Jackson and
Washington counties.
Req~qgnizing the danger
presented to the public

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given that the Prolierty Appraiser has delivered the
2009 Tax Roll 'to the Tax Collector for collection of
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CofVVI 0e TUrkey Shoot
(.ARYVILLE The Caryville Volunteer Fire Department
will host a Turkey Shoot Oct. 31 starting at 11 a.m. beside
the Town Hall off Hwy. 90. -
Shots are $3 each; 12/16/20/410 shells will be
furnished. Shooting for half bag of oysters. Proceeds go
to Caryville VFD. -

Tritk Or Treat 2009
Washington County: Saturday, Oct. 31
Chipley Trunk or.'It-eat is scheduled for Oct. 31,
5:30 7:30 p.m. This year's event will be held at the old
Chipley High School track with lots of door prizes, candy
fun and music. Sponsored by the Merchants of Histojric
Downtown Chipley
Caryville: 5 7:30 p.m
Vernon Trick or Treat: 5 7 p.m.
Wausau. Trick or Treat: 5 7 p.m- .

Kiwanis Fruit Sale Kickoff -
CHIPEY The Chipley Kiwanis Club Annuail Fruit Sale
has beguti. The~proceeds are used to fund contributions
to I edt projects as well as to fund scholarships for local
s uens.
Kiwanians will be contacting local business and
individuals during November to take orders for fruit.
The fruit will be delivered in early December.
Varieties of fruit available include navel oranges, ruby
red grapefruit, tangelos, satsumas and red delicious
apples. Mixed' boxes of fruit will also be available.
StForM menin dmtion, call David Solger at 638-1276 or

Public Notice
CHIPLEY W~hshington County Commissioners wil
hold a Special Called Meeting at 9 a.m. on Nov. 4 at 1331
,South Blvd. in Chipley.
On the agenda:
EMS Third Station in South End of County.
Employment Agreement; Inmate Crews; Library Hours
and Procedures for Board Meeting.
For more information, call the Administrative Office
at 638-6200.

FrienlS- Of Library
SCHIPLEY Friends of the Washiington County Library
Swill meet Thursdaiy, Nov 5, at Blue Lake Conunuunit;
Center oriHwy.17 at noon.
Kristie Hinson, a teacher from Chipley High SChool,
Land some of her s~tudeints will provide the entertainment.
TheFiekndis would like to invite anyodne~who~ would
like to hear and se~e our program and/or wottd like
to join the Friends of the Library for their monthly I
meetings to call Rosa Nell Baxie3 at 638-1470 by Monday, .
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Vernon Turkey Shoot
VERNON Vernon Volunteer Fire Department will
host a turkey shoot on Saturday, Nov. 7, beginning at
5 p.m. Shots are $3 each; 12/16/20/410 shells will be
furnished. Turkey shoots will be held each Saturday at
5 p.m. through Dec. 21. All proceeds go to Vernon VFD.
Prizes meclude turkeys and hams. For information, call
Shaun Sanders at 850-258-7265.

Outdoor Expo Gunand Knife ShoW
CHIPLEY The Outdoor Expo and Gun and Knife
Show, sponsored by Washington County Chamber of
Commerce, will be held Nov? 21-22 at the Washington
Courity Agricultural Center lin Chipley. Hours are
Saturday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sunday,.noon to 5 p.m.
Visitors will enjoyr a variety of demonstrations,
exhibitions, wildlife taxidermy display and even live
animal shows. Attendees will have access to the
premier Gun & Knife Show featuring a select group of
vendors with handguns, rifles, knirves, ammunition and
holstering equipment will be on hand.
Concealed weapons permit courses will also be
There will be plenty of hands-on activities for
children, including BB gun, archery and casting.
contests; wooderaft activities; and lots of food and
re e eino i $d5 pep rson per day or $8 for both
days, which includes admission into the Gun & Knife
Show. Kids younger than 12 admitted free-of-charge.
All proceeds help support the Chamber's mission of
economic development and business growth.
Sponsorship and exhibitor information is available
online at wecexpo.org, by e-mail 'info@weexpo.org or by
phone 638-4157. Space is limited.

Outdoor Expo,- Student.Photography Contest
CHIPLEY A photography contest will be held iR
conjunction with the Washinigton County Outdoor Expo
taking place Nov. 21-22, at the Washington County
Agricultural Center. All contest entrants must be
students in Washingtoil County: They miust be enrolled
in a public or private school or home-schooled, and be
ages 7-18.
There are two age groups (7-12 years old and 13-
18 years old) and five categories (Wildlife, Nature/
Landscapes, Outdoor Activities/Recreation/People
Enjoying the Outdoors, Agriculture and Other). Each
student may enter a total of five photos into the coritest,
but there is a limit of one photo per category.
A pan~el of judges will select three overall winners
from all contest ent ries. First Place Overall will receive
$75, Second Place Overall will receive $50, and Third
Place Overall will receive $25.
First place winners will be chosen in each category
aind awarded a prize to be determined at a later date.
.A Best mn Show prize will be determined by a vpte of

the people attending the Washington County Chamber
of Commerce's November Thirdl Thursday meeting
on Nov. 19 at 7:30 a.m. at Patillo's in the Washington-
Holmes Technical Center.
Winners will be announced at the Washington County
Outdoor Expo on Nov. 21. All photos entered in the
contest will be on display during the Outdoor Expo.
Entry deadline is Nov. 2 at 5 p.m. Entries may be
dropped off at the Washington County Chamber of
Commerce office located at 672 5th St. in Chiplejr or
mailed to EO. Box 457, Chipley, FL, 32428. Entries should
be in an envelope marked "Outdoor Expo Photography
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the bus stop for the "last
five years."
The district's Crisis
.Intervention Team went
to Hutchison Beach on
Wednesday and spoke with
the students in every class-
room about the incident,
principal Shirley Ramsey
said. Giving each student
the facts also gives them
"a chance to as qe tio s

teRamse adde that
parents should allow their
children to talk about the
death with them and that
they should be open to an-
seeitg t eir n esti 1s
talking to their children
should not hesitate to call
the school for assistance
or to come to the school to
meet'.with: a profe~ssiorial,
SRamsey added.
'Our heart goes out to .
stuedt th w rk in h
accident this:mornii~g,
Ramsey said. "They will
be in our thoughts and
ye :o et s 008 d13
was kiled while waiting
dt abusm sop when se
:Road to save a stray kit-
:tenn a horities sid. hle
Melissa's familft ci'usa~ded
Sfor safer bus stops, slower

speed limits around bus
stops and more signs to
warn drivers they were
approaching a spot where
children congregate. *
"My advice to the family ~
is to rely on friends and let
yoxir friends hold you up,
Melissa's uncle, Mike Tin-
dell, said Wednesday. "Go
ahead and cry; don't try to

Thos s the fourth pedeit
trians kil ed on Bay County

James Alan Proctor wa~s
killed on Back Beach Road
in a hit-and-run wreck in
the early morning of Oct

16Taylor Smith, 15, of
Panama City Beach, was
struck by a car in late Sep-
tember ~while riding his
bicycle on Trhomas Drive.
He ~died from his injuries
Oct 2.
Loretta Sady, 48, of
.Pan ma Cityewa kle pi g
to cross 15th Street near,
Fl~orida Averiue. Panama
.pity investigators believe
-the people responsible for
Sadyss dath heie ile
try. Panama City police are
aost atioh abta teha cs
call 872-3112.

Ch is -ega 7d A~rw
Gant contributed to thi

r: I1ust snapped'
terview room. statement. He said he'd called his father from a
Caylor admitted with- seen her around the phone at the Bay County
in the first few minutes apartment complex but Jail. The conversation
of the interview that he didn't know how old she was recorded. ~Caylor's
killed Hinson; he insisted was until she told him- father said it was the last
throughout that he didn't after~ walking into his call he would accept from
know why. room. his son.
"I just started choking Caylor said they strug- "You got two minutes,"
her," Caylor said. "S'he gled ori the bed and fell the father said.
was flipping out. I just to the floor. He continued "I got a murder
wanted her to go away. I to choke her until she charge," Caylor said.
can't even tell you what stopped moving. He said I'mi never coming back
was going through .my he then wrapped a phone to Georgia. I'll probably
mmnd. I'm still trying. to~ cord' around her neck get the death sentence."
figure that out." and continued to stran- Matthew ;... his fa-
Caylor said he was gle her. He said he then ther said.
mn his motel room when shoved her naked body "Iju~st smtpped. I just
Hfinson, a neighbor's under the bed, lifting it lost it," Caylor said, "I
daughter, knocked on his 'slightly to accommodate hope I do get (the death
door and asked to borrow her, then grabbed his be- penalty)."
a cigarette. Caylor said longings and left for Chi- If you did it, you de-
he: let hei m ~the room, pley.. serve it," his father said.
and within minutes they Caylor said he ,was The conversation
were disrobing and hav- surprised they found her abruptly ended when
ing consensual sex, on as quickly as they did, Cayilor said, "It was a 13-
the bed. He said that considering he had lIaid year-old girl Ikilledi."
lasted 30 seconds before for the room. for several Both Deputy P~ublic
he grew angry, straddled .more days. Smith said a Defender Walter- Smith
her and choked her into housekeeper found Hin- and prosecutor Larry
unconsciousness'. s on after cleaning his Basford say Caylor is
"You're the one who room. guilty of murder, but the
opened the door and she A Florida Department two disagree as to what
walked in," Smith said to of Law Enforceinent degree he should be con-
Caylor. "You're the one DNA expert testified that victed of. Smith is argu-
who .had sex with her. bothi Hinson's and Cay-~ mg for a conviction of
You're the one who stran- lor's DNA were found on second-degree murder,
gled her, strangled her to the lihone cord. His DNA which carries a penalty
death. And she ~fought also was found i her va- of life inprison..
for her life, the best a 13- gina. . Coverage as the trail
Syear-old could." A short time after con-~ continues at chipleypa-
Caylor nodded to each fessing to Smith,.Caylor per.com.

Florrda Fr edoeem Newspapers
cused.. 1411er Matthew
Caylor said his attack on
13-year-ol~d Melinda Hin-
son was so sudden it took
them both by surprise,
"I just think it flipped
her out," Caylor told Pari-
ama City Police Investi-
gator Mark Smith oni July
11, 2008, three days after
Hinson was killed in ~a
Panama City Valu-Lodge
motel room. "It flipped
me out. The whole situ-
ation was crazy from the
Caylor, 34, is on trial
on charges offirst-degree
Inurder, sexual battery
with' great bodily harm
and aggravated child
~abuse.! He's accused of
raping and killing: Hinson
on July 8, 21)08, and faces
the death penalty .or life
in prison if convicted as
charged. The trial is ex-
pected to, last aill week.
Caylor's video-re-
corde(1 confession to
Smith was played for
~jurors. Wednesday morn-
ing. In it, he is shown in
jailhouse blues with his
hands shackled at his
:belly, sitting in a chair in
the corner of a small iri-

'TALLAHASSEE --- Attorney
:General Bill MeCollum an-
nounced` that a Mrashington
County nurse has been tak-
en into custody for abusing
:an elderly victim under her
Cigi Serrevera Snell, a
certified nursing assistant
..formerly employed .by Sig-
,nature Healthi.Care Center
of North Florida in Jackson
County, surrendered to
authorities at the. Jackson
County Jail.
Investigators with the
~Attorney General's Med-
icaid. Fraud Control Unit
began investigating Shell,
24), aftei* i'eceivring infor-
:mation from the Florida
Department of Chil-
dren and Families Adult

Protective S~eri~ces.
The investigation re-
vealibd that Snell knowinglyr
abitsed a90-year-old patient
'in her' care by slapping the
'elderly; woman across the
face,: causing the ~victim's
.face to visibly redden.
The Signature Health
Care Center terminated
Sell's ~employinent for her
Snell is charged with
one count of abuse of an el-
derly` adult, a~ thoird-daegree
felony. .
If convicted, she faces
up to five years in prison
and a $5,000 fine.
The case will be pros-
ecut~ed :byState Attorney's
Office. for the 14th Judicial

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First place winner in the Second place winner ,
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Cormack; and Adam U~sery
as "Christi Lee"~ and spon-
sored bjy Sharon Vosika.
The church gave a spe-
cial thinks to their con-
tributors: Davrid Corbin,
Chipley Auto jParts, Patsy
Bohannon, R&M Electric,'
Rustin Vault.Company, Bet-
ty Rustin, Wanda Wasson,
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First place went to Rob-
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second place went to Adam
Useryr as "!Christi Lee" and
third place went to Jeremy-
Kinkle as "Bluebjerry Cup-
There was also a special
thanks to the judges: May- '
or of Chipley Linda Cain,
Stacy Phillips and mayor
pro tem Karen Rustin.
For photos and video go
to www~chipleypaper.com
under photo gallery and re-
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StaffPVriter .
GIIPLEY The Church
of God of Prciphecy held .a
.Womanless Beautyr Pag-
eant at the Washington
County Ag Center on Oct.
17 ill efforts to raise mon-
ey towvards their building
"It wasi a lot; of good na-
tured fun and we're plan-
ning on doing it again," Rev.
Ernie Dupree said. "We did
very well for not knowing
how to put on a production
sdch. as this, -but you live
and learn and1l believe the
next dne will be even bet-
In the youth division
w~ras Thonias Hallman as
"'Miss I'mn Loing It!' and
sponsored by McDonaldfs
and Dot Whitehulrst; Nicho- ~
las Porter as "L~ittle Nicky"
and sponsored by _Teresa
Mc Daniel, Mrs. Pelham,
Lee Bizssey and Marshall
Porter; Tristan Porter -as
";Christy~" and sponsored
by' Teresa Simlpson, David

and Brenda Cobb, Marshall
Port~er, and Lee Bussey;
Devin Cobb as "Patricia"
sponsored by Teresa Simp-
son and: David and Brenda
Cobb; Brian Easler as
"Madea"' aiid sponsored by
Dr. Mike; Keith Ybeomans,
Jr. as "Thumbelina" and
sponsored by Sharon Vosi-
ka; and Tyrler Parrish: as
"Tynesha Payne" a2nd spori-
sored by Wendy Usery.
First; place went to Devin
Cobb as "Patricia", second
place ivent to Nicholas Por-
.ter as "Little .Nicry"' and
third place went to Keith
Yeomans, Jr. as "Thumb~e-
SIn the adult division w~as
Rev. Dupree as "Gorgeous :
Gr~annyr" and sponsored
by Seaborn Automotive
and Brock~ Motors; Robert
Heistarid as "Tootsie" and
sponsored by Sharoit Vosi-
ka and Ly~le Young with Pig- ;
gly Wiggly; John Miles as
"The Bearded Lady" ,and
sponsored by Milton-Rog-
ers Inc.; Jeremy Kinkle as
"Blueberry; Cupcake" and
sponsored by Diane Mc-

Second place wiirmer in
the adult division, Adam
Usery as "Christi Lee."

Th rd place winner~ in -the
adult diivision, Jeremy
Kinkle as "Blueberry.

First place winner in the
adult division, Robert
Heistand as Tootsie."

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Rep. Jimmy Patronis
As homeowners paid for repairs,
the -state collected' unusually
large amounts of sales taxes.
The hurricanes of 2004 and 2005
also coincided with the run-up
in real estate prices. The com-
bined result of these two ~phe-
nomena was an unprecedented
amount of state revenue in 2005
and 2006.
Fast forward to today, Pa-
tronis continued, and the fed-
eral government now owns
General Motors and bailing out
many banks. Within the state of
Florida, we thankfully haven't
had any hurricanes, but the de-
pressed economy and real estate
markets have greatly reduced

saturday, October 31, 2009


A6 I Washin ton County News

. would provide another kiey piece
to Southwest Airlines' route
structure.' He emphasized the
~importance of the St. Joe C6.'s
efforts in bringing Southiwest
APirlines to the area. Of the likely
destinations for air service by
Southwest Airlines from the newi
airport, Patronis stated that he
believed Baltimore/Washington
D.C. and -Nashville would be
likely choices. He also specu-
lated that other likely destina-
tions should be Tampa, Houston
oi' Chicago.
Patronis ended his remarks
by observing that Washington
County is served by two wonder-
ful statelegislators. He remarked
that he very much enjoyed work-
ing with Reps. Marti Coley and
Brad Drake and admired both
very much.
In other Kiwanis news, the
club will be having its annual golf
fundraiser, the Marvin Engram
Memorial Kiwanis Golf Tourna-
ment on Nov. 14, at the Sunny
Hils Golf and Country Club. The
club has also started its annual
fruit sale campaign.
The club meets Tuesdays at
Patillo's Restaurant at noon.
For an invitation, contact any
Kiwanian or call Mark Collins,
membership chairman, at 850-

revenues available to the state.
Hp acknowledged that the state
government would face difficult
choices this year, and would need
to reduce the state budget by at
least $1 billion over last year's.
austere budget. One of the krey
challenges facing the. Legisla-
ture in 'crafting~ the .next budget
is to be sure that the "small folks
wiho don't have a seat at the ta-
ble" are represented equitably
and fairly when competing with
the big entities who have influ-
ence and paid lobbyist.
Questioned about the new
Panama City airport, Patronis
gave a detailed chronological
narrative of Bay County's '(and
the surrounding areas') first ef-
forts to improve the existing ai*-
port; and thin to build the new
international airport.' These ef-
forts' began in 1998 and should
culminate in the opening of the
new airport in May, 2010. Of the
recent news that Southwest Air-
lines has chosen the new North-
west Florida-Panama City Air-
port to initiate airline service
to Northwest Florida, Patronis
said talks with Southwest Air-
lines began as far back as the
year 2000.
He explained to the club the
Southwest Airlines' service plan
and added that Panania City

GIIPI.EY The Chipley Kiwan-
is club met for its weekly lun-
cheon at Pattmlo's Restaurant at
the Washington-Holmes County
Technical Center. Guests at the
meeting we~re Will Blank, the
Administrator of the Washington
Rehabilitation and Nursing Cen-
ter; and Peter Herbert, County
S'Rep. Jimmy Patronis, R-Dis-
trict 6 addressed the Kiwanians.
District 6 encompasses Frank-
lin County, Gulf County, and the
southern part o~f Bay County.
Jimlmy Patronis is a lifelong
resident of Bay County and is a
partrier in Captain Anderson's
Restaurant and Market. He
works alongside his father, un-
cle, and brothers in the day-to-
day operations of the and fam-
ily business. He has been recog-
nized by the Florida Restaurant
and Lodging Association as one
of Florida's Most Influential Peo-
ple. He also has served on nu-
merous local and state boards;
including the Florida Elections
Commission, as a member of
the Gulf coast Community Col-
lege Foundation Board, as chair-
man and director of the Greater
Panama City Beach Chamber of
Commerce, and as past chair-
man and board member of the
;Bay County-Panama City Inter-

national Airport and Indu~strial
Rep. Patronis graduated
from Florida State University
within a @achelors 'of Science
~Degree in Political Science. He
worked as an intern in the Flor-
ida Senate and as a research
assistant in British Parliament,
He was elected to the Holise of
, Representatives in November
2006, where he serves on the
Transportation and Economic
Development Appropriations
Committee; the Agricultural and
Natural Resources Policy Com-
mittee; the Roads, Bridges, and
Ports Policy Committee; and the
Florida Legislative Committee
on Intergovernmental Rela-
Rep. Patronis began his re-
marks by discussing the fiscal
challenges facing the state of
Florida. He noted that the re-
cent economic recession has
caused many Floridians -to
change their lifestyles and bud-
gets. He stated that the Florida
government was faced with the
same challenges as many of its
citizens. Acknowledging that
hurricanes and other disasters
are bad, he also pointed out that
the hurricanes of 2004 and 2005
brought enormous amounts of
Insurance money into the state. (

Rep. Patronis discusses state economy at: Kiais meeting


Washington County News * Saturday, October 31, 2009 ~




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Wnon Flo~srica32 21 32428-0647,ou phor 200 UNESSTY IE B ACK veblser itBah 7,e Novmbe 14 hu e do r on eemerty~e chcs uDes&G. iroun Deivrym .avuacia- SemiAnul9 mrsile. co-rv on Mine
YOU ARE H~EREBY NOTE (850)638-6285 .within 2 TXSAEPI.T 093,09 a : o Call 850-547-3129; :r Cell mie Gulf Coast -Supply munity yard sale, Satur- Career. FAA approved
FIED Lnal a Complalnl for wokn aso orr-MAKE ARRANGEMENTS NOIC R PPIATO ethis 15 day #f 850-415-2998. & Manufacturing, day, November 7th, 7a.m, program. Cc~tre~l~n easben le cipt of ths, otief you FRPAMN OR NTO C F OR TIAX O DEYD LiNDAHAES OO ( 8 8 8 ) 3 9 3- 0 3 3 5 until. miles south ofNew if qualified, Housing,
aga~nst Fiu~I n ase are hearing or voice im- R OUATE ENTA CLRKOFTH CRCv wuitjreassupplV ivcom~ Hope, Hwy 2 & 8 miles available, CALL Avia-
Conty, Fola; CaiNp paired, call *OMTIN NoticeT isE heeb gien COURT, north of Wesfyille, FL, on tion Institue of Mainte-
or-5g, Duy I.Paintif bs ed the Wash- MBE CETRK OF COUR tnr Se oren G & e OPrc WASHINGTON COUNTY, Hwy179A nance (888)349-53197
are ,required to: serve ington County Nevis Octo- BOX 647 OR; 1'293 JACK- certificate, has filed said BY: J CRoges 3220 Yard~ Sale: Frl& Sat, Oct Atn dlee oln
copy of your, writtert de- br 31 Njovember 2(eg SONi AVE., SUITE' 101,- certficate for a TaK Deed DeyCI rs, 30&31. Start ai Mon Atn oleeoln
feinses,-if any to it on Rob- OCECHIPLEY FCORIDA 32428, to beissued thereon. The WApRNNG: THERE ARE B& untr 32 rhNov 2 through Wd, Nov from Hoess. ?Mraedial,
edt Gi. Kerrigan, attorney NITC OR TELEPHONE (850) ceqificate number and RNADAESNRPFa Avienui Cr.pley W ~e D sF *aies Prlg
is nt ( as t Gvrn t NO~TICE. is hereby given, AM80DC24 Oea EDEMC f Issuance, t de PAIDTAXESPR W ~ ~ I pv':r' ~ i laj ilityr d 58A on glsC ssroars t *Cr minal
Street Pensacola, Floria that the Town of Caryville, FOR Novernber. an h ae nw ich N WHICH YOUL HAVE% TE- 300 i quesB 850-415 6866. Ask for assistance. Computer
32502 on o befre No Floida wil cnside a po 2,04.72edaeinh fol ,;AL IrlTERESI THE 31-AplaesCr rYard Sale: Saturday, No- available. Financial Aid
16;25009 ndo bfile theorg. posedoridainance o bier ti AMOU TO REDEEM wo s seseaE TIFI O. PROPERTY WILL BE 30 -Arts & Crafts vember 7.from 8am-12pm. if qualified. Call
oev wih uthcle or the tie~d fo lw: rFR D cembs URRENCY EAO ISAC U INO Dcm 3e 38 ul~in Suspplies ou atest Pint o w. e~ntura00nline.co~m.
tered ~~ ~ IN against youE~C forRPTO the FOIALEiNATXOLY oPesnlP R TAXES ARE PAID. TO Equ:PdlRipmen 3230 TV., clothes, children
relef r yed for in jllothe ONRIA SLE N OFEETRIC Checks. Acc Pepted a 1800 7-0arcel .# MAKE ARRANGEMENTS 3 0-Cle~ils 3Fml aaeSl.clothes, toys car seat & PecanCracking &
Comerpla~int for Con trib IY MeETFE O R BOETRI- Csie Checks cetd Money Lot 4, Blocki 27, of Sunny REC E FEUNRTnE l39 oems lnls Sat.:Oct. 31st:~2770 Jack- many misc items. Shelling. 850-638-781 0.
tion. TLED GAS (NATURiAL LIQ- Orders, innd W~ejste Un7- Hills Unit 1, a subdivision FRAIN iliC 3200 Firewood son Ave.,/4th Street,
ae~n : aure ble? r Ul MNFD URED. io arthe~nytheheltr atr according re dtehden Fa A LRMCA O .OUT 320 li rses ites n auuwi nter ed cve Rolled Peanut Hay for
consecutive weeks in the PROVIDING FOR EXEMP A8vs cpubised li the Wsh Bok 2aags 9eodi lthog ,IMMEDIATELY AT P.O 320 CarasgerYard Sales ings, furniture, over 500 3240 sl.ansoe.3/ol
WasintonE Cony hNews.d T~ECL0ENSC 0 1F ington Couhty News Octo- 27, of the Public Records BON VE R. SU TE 101, 3250 Good Things toEat Bean Babes too muchtoH
e E of~idM ura~t SUH TAXE, AND RO m24,Ote r 70 m r oridWashington County, CHIPLEY, FLORIDA 32428,. 117 -jwlyClt s0R adu 2N oWNTDT UY ml
Port St. Joe, Gulf County, VIDING FOR -THE DISPO- 2009be NA, INeme WHIC ASra ,OR TELEPHQNE (850)i 3280 -Mac hirery/ 3 Family Yard Sale. Sat., $9.00. Other 50 CAL pro- pick up ingood condition.
Florida:0n ~ ~ ~ 200 ths2dyofSTO HEEF N E EN eHC & M 638-6008 EXT 224. Equipment Oct. 31t 8:(50am-Until. jectiles. '1-800-741-9707 or $1500-$200 price range.
October, 2009. PRESCRIBING. PENAL- NOTICE OF APPLICATION SES ED d. dli 3 aryl AMOUNT TO REDEEM 3290 Medical Equipment 55H 27,Cil 1-850-260-1342, Chipley. 547-5543. Ask for Bob.
Rebecca L Norris TE FOR THE VIOLATION FOR TAX DEED Underwood.Si property FOR November $. 3300 Miscellaneous 55 Hw VCily
Clerk of Said Court : .OF THE PROVISIONS OF being in the county~lo 1,907.49 31. uia I ns rbetnts e
J. Highsmith :THIS ORDINANCE. Notice, is hereby given, Vrriasnetlion Sate of Fr- AMOUNT TOats REEE tples/
Deputy Clerk The passage of the pro- Ithat .Simon G& EW Price 'd.' Un~lcss such certifi- FO eebr$1951 30-Rsturpia/oe l
As published in the Wash- posed ordinance will be heodrofholwngcated shall be redeemed IN U.S. CURRENCY ONLF~ 3340 Sporting Goods
ington County News Octo- considered, by the Towvn certificate, has filed saidacodndesh w N ProalhckA-350 Tkts(u&Sl)
ber 10, 17,24.9, 32V 009 Counci~ of theTon ofl ertifcat for a Ta Deed piops erty pl ,, ceptd
Caryville, Florida at 6:00 to be issued thereon. The be sold to the highest bid- Cashier's Checks, Money
IN THE CIRCUff COURT o'lc ~. nTedy etfct ubradder atthecourthouse door .Orders, and Westairn Un-
OF THE FOURTEENTH: Nov: 10, 2009, at the Town yaofisnched-on December 30, 2009 at ion are the only other al- | 3100
HalA Rayile p drda. cipin nfth wrp~t,1:0M a hi K1 t 3atve acetd Wanteed To Buy anti ees,
CiVIL DIVISION by the public at the Town lows : CERTIFICATE NO. CEKOWEIN br2,Otbr3,N- n ealA c
Case No. Clerk's Office in the Town 1358 YEAR OF ISSU- OpRT WSHNGO vember 7, November 14, 85638 7304

H CHAi O N AN C E nter~ es e pate s m a y D E C I T O N rO F P R OP- s, E O C d C -
Pintff the proposed ordinance. ERTY WHICH YOU OWN 1110 Tax Service. Open 5 days ing, lawn care, patio & win- duty trailer & dump truck.
vs. ITNSS tly andandLot Bock116,of unn IN HIC YO HAV LE .. .. .. Electric Drop In Stove. ~a week. 8am to 5pm. Call dow re-screening. great Can clear land, dig out
MARY GILSTRAP aka seal this 29 day of Oct., Hills Unit 1, a subdivision GAL INTEREST. THE C~OLtOR SELLS!1 Braced new relay switch, 4 (850)638-1483 rates. (850)638-4492 tree stumps, small ponds,
MAY GLTRP t t 2e0tt Tdlc according to the Plat PROPERTY WILL BE Ge orCasi'dA trainers work great. $95. haul dirt. Reasonable
DeenanY GLTs.!a l Jwet al thereof, as recorded in Plat SOLD AT PUBLIC AUC- I I i, lb0:-- 29-5241. pie.Cl i
TON LEKBook2, Pages 9 through TION ON December 30, CO ORI .. 850-638-4350. Leave
NOIEO CIN n,,.I,, n*n\Lh ,of th .PblicRCIS ccor UNESTEBC I~~ nn
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KNOW OTIE O APLICAION NAM INWHIH A- REEIV FUTHE IN 950941 I1 Foreciosed Online Demolition, Utilkty tipede St. Augustine Ber-
2LA T KNROD A RRESASD FOR TAX DEED SESSED: Robert E. Title FRMA IN, OCOTCN I. I i ... .. - ;s s.A n 8pe+ Bidns P hd, m a. 0 & MwrRpi
CHIPLEY, FL32428-5251 Notice is hereby given, Said property being in the IMMEDIATELY AT P.O. =* 11/16, Open House: (Shingles & Metal). Established 1980 Service. Quality work at
You are notified that an ac- that Simon G& EW.Price county of Washington, BOX 647 OR 1293 JACK- *11/, 14 & 15 .View Full Call 850-535-0203. a bkIorM
tion to foreclose, a mort- the holder of the following State of Florida. Unless SON AVE., SUITE 101, 1120 Listings & D~etail ey 9
gage on the following certificate, has filed said such certificated shall be CHIPLEY, FLORIDA 32428, Auction.com RED (850)
property in Washington certificate for a Tax Deed redeemed according to I.OR TELEPHONE 1(850) IAdvertise in Over 100 Brkr CQ103118 Sewing Machine and Vac-
County, Florida: to be issued thereon. The the law, the property de- 638-6008 EXT 224. Paes throughout WIIstwt h lel nFor Rent first in Chipley, uum Cleaner Repair, guar-
LOT 4, BLOCK 172, certificate number and scribed shall be sold to the AMOUNT TO REDEEM Flria or cos rm Ntowd nieWI i ihts leryi iiWrhue, o nedsrieo l
SUNNY HILLS UNIT year of issuance, the de- highest bidder at the court- FOR November $ ny state natlanwide. Land Auction 400+ thi oe rpro-don't have the room, "We makes and models. Free
FOU, ACODIN TO scipton f he roert, hus dor o Dcemer2,454.27 Put Us to work for Youl Props 168 Absolute. All sheipg, un Rerasn s, p Do" Lamat Townsend estimates. Western Auto,
THE PLAT THEREOF AS and the names in which it 30, 2009 at 10:00 AM AMOUNT TO REDEEM wwntoa-aslescm trig Bids: $100 t nesC li 0- 4 9-2 5 or (850)638-4539, north of 216 N. Waukesha, Bonifay.
RECORDED IN PLAT was assessed are as fol- FOR December $ 2,489.83 oriDg REDC View Full Townsends. 547-3910
BOOKUG2H PGE(S) 42laws : aed~ths 15 day of Octo- INo U.PS.CURRNCY ONAY Listings-www Auction.com/1

8 SaturdayOctoter31 2009 Wlashington County Mews


$300Y ,10 .,4 I5ii -liW~~ I .\1998 Ford Escort Wagon
WANTED. Someone to Medical/Health For Lease/Sale Defuplak Springs, 4 2BR/2BA Inside Bonifay SE. A/C, Heater. Avg. 33
live in and help care for 2 br, 1 ba House in Chip- -.Land & Home Package acre lots in city limits City limits. C,H/A. $33,500. mpg. $1000.726-0205.
elderly couple. Must have CNA/HHA lay syso month wiwse a 5.5+ acres, 3BR/2BA I~l utilities avail b I~ 547-9291.
reference, Cal Immediate need for -Exp lawn maint. included De- R sagosy Home. Well &Septic Imonth. 850-699-3599 I un0VE ARN
85-68786 between CN/Hsi oa raposit & References Re- 710-HmsAllowance included r, . 1 2BR/1BA 1982 Sn- ICEAONL .
10am & 6pm. Home care. Live In & quired Owner Financing 71os -open House $105,000 Land Bargain, 21+ Ac glewide w/front kitchen. 8100 -Antique & Collectibles
WANTED: Gentleman hourly shifts avail. Send Available 850-333-0133 71so Beach Home/ For Info: 850-638-7701 only ,$89,900 beautifully Home in pretty good 811o cars 1989 Jeep with 2 tops. 4.2
wants lady for companion resume ,to: drafferty@ For Rent/sale: 3BR/2BA 7120 o m rclal Wooded acreage closeshp.$50 wse-p 810 SotUtitVhcls itrmor4x.500
& friend. Bonifay, FLarea. careminders.com,call home in .Chipley, CH/A, 71so- Condo/ownhouset LG bre no Call850-763r7780, ele-rucks 2~-Stall 1-lorse trailer with 2
24-7. No rent, no utilities, 248-2273 orFAX248-2275 $600. moth Hand-ca $ ranctuseen ofra priacy ao-comeri fro t-ide doors & ams
no groceries. Must like ani- equipped. Large Lot, Ref- 7160o Mobile Homes/Lots Perfect for weekend 2BR/2BA 1997 16X80 aBOo- Motorcycles d e ax 0
mals & living in the coun. Mystery Shoppers, earn erence required, deposit, 717o -watertrOnt getaway/ cabin in winew paint, carpet. 817 Auto Paris 8 50 -7 7 3-55
try. New trailer. Non up to $150. a day under 1st and last. 850-547-2091 71so Invesitment woods/ horse farm. Set-up included. $16,900. &L Accessories 850-596-0795.
smoker. Hurry, the holi- cover. Shoppers needed 71so o t-o-ow 7150 Psil subdivide. Ex- Call Brad @ 850 763-7780. 8210 Boats
days are close and don t to judge retail & dining es- For' Rent: 3BR/2BA In Reat Estate cellent financing. Call 82- boronalsWateraraft

wanm fo b ln Pes aishmns. oa h hexpei I once de Leon 14-ytrr I2DTm shr n20 d es Oletbm noa1 s

phone 931-628 8939 Poesna/hr Home for sale or rent. 3 Excellent location for driveway/homesite cleared Washington County. Large 638-4228 833 Campers & Trallers 850-638-0659.
Youh Pstr oitinBr, /2 Ba, 2 car garage, retirement or relocation & destumped. pond ~& oaks, high & dry, quiet I---i8340 Motorhomes
needed faor Crph, call' brick home. Like new. some fencing. Located 3 country living, yet close to 3BR/2BA Doublewide
330 5 58646 Pstr00 am nthno3BhR/1DBeA Nic cuser s.cd ie 00N50 82Chipley. twn. For more inforda 24X(4 199 wne / < 834
MUSI LESONS Pinoposit & reference req. 2197 Co. Rd. 2242, 850 547-5070 ask for Mar- Heat & Air. Bank reduced 8110 35' Dutch Star, slide
Guitar, Bass, Drums, 850-579-4317. Goshen, AL. (near Troy) ynNgt8557023to 15K. Call Brad @ out, generator, leveling
Banjo, Mandolin, Violin, Houses for rent In yer- To be sold at auction at ask Michael 850-763-7780. 1999 Honda Civic system, awning, free
Flute. Covington Music. I 10 |non. 2BR,. $550/month. Pike County Courthouse ~ 2 ACRE cleared lot on Two 5 acres & One 10 ac- $200! 2001 Nissan standing dinette, 2 TVs,
We buy used musical in- Col b omecil on Nov. 17, 2009 at 11am Dow d Lakes golf res on Buddy Rd. One 10 3BR/2BA New Zene III Altima $3501 2003 VW microwave, near new
struments. Downtown Just Graduate? Travel, 4BR, $750/month. HUD or earlier upon price course, lake view, paved acres &One13 acres on 16X80 w/plywood floors, Jetta $4001 POLICE IM- inside, good outside,
Chipley. 850-638-5050. Work, Party, Play 50 not accepted. 527-5250. agreement. road, $30,000. Gainer Rd. Owner financ- Central Air &Heat. Set-up. POUNDSI for listings low miles, $25,900.
States. National co. Contact 85-4-33*igFrmr nocl i-$36,900. Call Brad call (800)366-9813 ext Vernon (850) 835-5143
now irig 1+ sarp U~tROR0deed ttorey oe Aamston Peel @ 850-638-1858. 850-763-7780. 9271 or (850) 5857164
guys & gals to work & For rent 3 bedroom 1 1/2, 334-774-5533.
3320 travel entire USA. 2wks bathroom house. Lalyn

O::"R ISCPAM Tnsed gAin AL.Ret d post M50ARIAN NJA TOVOT: ,--
for sale: Returns guaranteed; No petts Call 2
/Climevisit Call Today Start Toda 6029243--*** Jorge Says Don't M iss This Super Sale!
Theima's Little Touch of (888)741-2190.
Heaven Publisher's ,
4187 Hwy 273 RV delivery drivers tCO"
Graceville, FL. needed. Deliver RVs N tc ~ ~~,
Phone: 263-7271 boats and trucks for
PAYI Deliver to all 48 '
. ~` ~ ~ statess and Canada For r..: rg~pjes uclI[

Want Home Most .j: TYjlj N D~,~.

doive M/mil cmoan s COM~E GiEC /J

p anted required. HEARTLAND T UT!
Informnation E X P R ,,ii :l]jn dj
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Amnt4100 ..M EIIN T E 190 GAMES, N*

wanted for n.m. lj j ?il l3
.Bonifay Property and h.niJ~ n:n~~~ lL1L
Casualty Insurance office., pE ~ uljiI r
Must be detail orented. S :iCi*ur [j# 5
Experience preferred but BJSIN 3 saD 13_ 141.
~ not required. Ii~~ ) j:
Please send resume to oo- iesu
crestviefvagent@yahoo.co 5110 -Money to Lend '. j" "

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ALL Cash Vending! Dc 'Pour
O stand g ueamn $L800cl in an SUNNY HILLS
Opportunity cie n ad aefrn ~~
DeFuniakdSprings B9 ,95.00 (8836L2L9-9938 at rI. '"' :.mr.
Poc aDe Leo we -.will not be under hm .( C 90(
ncea on sold! CIIl LE, .3re n~ as III5 47*

Tdhe Nacithwest SFlor Owr fr Cmpue o iIlJr:LJ I 81 '- -
-se6eng :. QEpie ~ stL~Ste iProcess e
enerIe as, [9 orinde Set-'w.$15 Ophon in 6170
pee cntacori e~d0 Sriourainin e B:~Rrjp F un nedl Cam All prICeS and d Sicounts after any fact~ry reblat and f~atory tor dealer cash, plus taxu and tag. ubjct to presal

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twill ae fel th soI .
til~: i npi985i0 DE iRTS0 CHEVY 08 CHEVY 06 TOYOTA 06 CHEVY
and Ponce De Leon 2&3BR/2BA Motise~l Ho~me 4 D00r, Automatic COLORADO MALIBU SIENNA MINI VAN HHR LT
sraisng c r et S bh Irn ier.c ec~ianci SUPER DEAL Doulble Cab, Automatic Auto., Sunroof, 4 Door FaiyVhceAuoac.unof
scribers on a daily mie Eastr DI verror.T On P.. OF THE WEEK! LOW PRICED DONT MISS THIS ONEl Sharp

ent~ijsggj S~a., 63,.1 3 90 PAY neNTS! TO GO! 511,888. 12 888.
and adequately 6110 -Apartments tuIdno wr c. nr. . .L*C awar.'beep
bsizd vehicle and 6120- Beach ntalsr;~rs lv~ ~\IIYR\D~ OCfYLR B oein V 8
prodf of auto insur- 010 Condaffownhouse 2BR 1 BiA. Sm:4le trei 9NSA LIA 0 HV IVRAO 0 HYLR.0 UC H
ance required. g4.ousmmR nt antdl sr nra op"25 REG. CAB LS SEBRING pENDEZVOUS TRAILBLAER LS
Blac-u recommed. 57-081 H' n/ o 1 3( Leather Seats, Automatic! AuoaiOnly 31K Miles Touring Pkg., Auto. Lahr uoai uoaiSap
Must be' available Ito lso 0- ut-of-Town Rentals In Bar ay 5J-.18-87PIE TOL UE LEN UTSETI N[HRY
work early morning a190 Tim'eshare Rentals 8B''8 Moien~i~ Si E gRCE AT gN gUE CLA! -TSETI N!HRY
we 7 das aBR A8 bie. MO .EY! rI01,888~ '4,979 S14 I97 15 8

IRHWS ftliD 6100 3BR 1BA, 31~ mdei Irom ,so .eE WRNGE 09 MECEE
commrcli Buldig fr~ -' Fmar r.C~) r 08 DODGE 65 TOYOTU A TNDA 05 FORD F-15008EPWANLR 0MRCDSBZ
Cment;. l Buldiy ovr n800 ca~n su~l cr~le j atGADCRVN SR DUL A XLT CREW CAB SAHARA PKG. E320 DIESEL

Was 45 seat restaurant.. 3BR 2BA Doublewide Nice Family Van Gold Check Vehicle V-8, Alloy Wheels V-6, Air, Loaded, 0l 81( Miles Leather, Navigation, Low M.ies
Callfuszss n Rickn li~,~ 85-5-62. n ,0 PRICEDITO Go! ONLY..., PRICED TO GO! 5 SUrER DEAI. FUL LY

tiras:- Call Aln Eeuie fi16~c I isailB~ ~~~,88 7888 818,888 X 25 8 8 LOADE D!

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NEEDED 1Bedroom apartment ir 3BR 2BA Doublewide
Bonifay, kitchen, living Water 6 Iirerge .nl:lucled
The News Herald ,sl room, dinilig room 0,- j,:rci Ijj0 monin ) ) 1 B g a ga
Iseek~ng an Indlviduanl Ihr Fenced yard, water, sew- Cal (311.2099~j
Ileresedj In provr algl age. garbage. included.
jo85~~i~(i~iS Decl In D.Io. 102~5 0: rBonifay, 1st month~
land Talla~hassee Demo-I
Tel hil dl~r1B) parmend~ reni 4 50 o .ibEiCHOS *7 Years, 100.000 Mile agrovla 2.0 Point Quality : ,~ yrlF
lin the followmng areas posit, includes illl utilities. c~7--~i oR= u.As Urrited Warranty* q Assrance InsecMidn
Share needeas 1547-0956. "Co:: a!RnD~ii!'e; Ir~v C va1s nHA3R taiP ,w ura(s oa

Marianna, 'cBply A*pamnn atatin-o c 04758938 II MARIANNA TOYO'iA'S TYNDALL IEDERLAL CREDIT UNION SUPEiR SALE!!
Altha and r10 Fpets. 638-4640. .
Clarksville For Rent: 2 & 3 bed- EXAMPLES:
IIFor rent Sleepy Hollow room mobile' homes .in
,lc~v~a m hv a g, DuCinA oa ntscb 462 Call 0 TOYOTA SEQUOIA SR5 v-8 09 TOYOTA SIENNA Like New, Sharp:
I abli ut ~orsk asl IIs cmr include nt a- FriR nt3 2 R10 tMpb"l 04 TOYOTA HIGHLANiDER LTD. V-6, 3rd Seat 09 TOYOTA CAMRY 4 Door

I or nddaurs c~eicyn 8-12. are 5 p47 v 05 TOYOTA CAMRY LE 4 Dooor, Sharp! 0 ''YT VLNXSSap
v n1E co... hrnire aB ""nth o et B/B o 08 TOYOTA F3CRUISER 16i( Miles Come see! 08 TOYOTA TACOMA DOUBEL CAB v-6
'I wtersewge &arbge.bile home, $400. month
come join garbage.43 Pus dep" sibater. vdew 08 TOYOTA MATRIX Automatic, Nice 07 TOYOTA RAV-4 sharp!
I Nw Herad NE,B O, 8tTHREE o e efo retfu 06 TOYOTA COROLLA$A 4Dor AE! 04 TOYOTA TUNDRA EXT. CAB Auto.
|Carrier team Iconvenient location. nished, 2BR/2BA, ."'y
|and earn aDowe avragb I wntown Chip ey. clean, 4 01A Du~li$39. 07 TOYOTA YARIS 2 Door, Automatic 08 TOYOTA PRIUS Leather, Nice!
'j"n" """ Cb se IpI 0406 Se 6e. o- 05 TOYOTA 4-RUNNER SR5 v-6 05 TOYOTA TUNDRA SR5 v-8
|cations acceptedl III WO EIRD R-T II tondale on Sapp Rd, 8mi- MORE TO CHOOSE FROMI
Is~ I5ypi u j les E. of Chipley. 3br, 2ba,
toomaypic upa cr. I Studo5jB30 01 2BR 5450 b,2a aal oa
her ~~~& appicaio ala the Igta Incud citye unhle andi~r~ Ahg elc 80-2846 ry Falo Rebala, Fsacle T Daaler Cash Incent ves, Plus TAM and Tag. Sub act to Presale

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I E D sodon5 21md or e9e ( 850) 526-3511 1-800-423-8002 A CallWe'IIDrie
if s/// 8%apr. Buy 3 br, $199 St. 2&3 /BR units for rent, If 70 YOU.
Smo for listings Call starting @ $350 per mo MClaCk US Ottt R: www.EnartanRatOyOta. Colr,
501 W. 11th Street (860)366-9783 ext 5798 Fnr infn rail 850-691-9??4
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