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Place of Publication: Chipley, Fla
Publication Date: November 7, 2009
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BRIEFS

2009 flag football
cancelled

CHIPLEY The 2009
Flag Football program
has been cancelled.
For more information
call 638-6348 or 527-
9275 or by e-mail at
palspark@cityofchipley.
com.

Ground breaking
at new plant
CHIPLEY A
groundbreaking
ceremony is planned
at noon on Nov. 12
for the new wastewater
treatment facility at
692 Rustin Drive in
Chipley.

WCCOA Yard
sale cancelled
CHIPLEY The
Washington County
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Saturday, Nov. 7 ..
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BABY IN. GOOD HEALTH


Photos by JAY FELSBERG.I The News
Sheriff Bobby Haddock introduces Shannon Lee Dedrick at the early Thursday press conference. At right, Shannon is'
greeted by her aunt, Rebecca Padgett. Investigator Kenny Brock is holding Shannon and was the first to find her under
the bed in a 2x3 box behind other items.


JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afelsberg@chipleypaper.com
CHIPLEY Two people are
charged in the disappearance
and safe return of 7-month-
old Shannon Lee Dedrick
The child's mother Crystal
Mercer, and her aunt, Susan
Baker, faced arraignment for
multiple charges Thursday
at Washington County Court-
house (see related article).
Washington County Sher-
iff Bobby Haddock said late
Thursday morning that Bak-
er's husband, James Baker,
has been released from cus-
tody but remains under in-
vestigation.
Haddock gave more de-
tails on the timeline involv-
ing the case that led to a four-
day manhunt involving some
100 searchers that ended at
9:55 p.m. Wednesday, Nov.
4, when Shannon was found
under Baker's bed in a 2x3
cedar box.
"She was found in good
health," Haddock said. Inves-
tigator Kenny Brock found
the child as investigators
searched every inch of the
singlewide trailer on Orange
Hill Highway beginning at
8 p.m. Wednesday.
"Baker gave consent to
search and as soon as we
found the baby we issued a
search warrant," Haddock
said.
Based on evidence


has not been found.


Shannon found safe
and sound under a bed
"Wait just a minute,"
Washington County Sheriff
Bobby Haddock said at 1 a.m.
Thursday. He opened a door
in the back of the courtroom
in the Washington County
Courthouse annex and inves-
tigator Kenny Brock brought
out the subject of a massive
search since Saturday. Tiny'
Shannon Lee Dedrick was
safe and sound.
The baby was brought
from Northwest Florida
Community Hospital where
she was being checked out
after being found in a box un-
der the bed at 3395 Orange

See BABY A4


Two charged in disappearance

of Shannon Lee Dedrick


JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor,
afelsberg@chipleypoper.com
CHIPLEY Washington
County Sheriff Bobby Had-
dock announced the arrest
of Susan Baker, 50, and Crys-
tina Lynn Mercer, 25, both
of Chipley, in the disappear-
ance of 7-month-old Shannon
Lee Dedrick.
Both defendants had their
first appearance Thursday
afternoon before County
Judge Colby Peel. Baker, the
child's babysitter and half-
sister to the child's father,
was charged with:
Neglect of a child with
aggravated circumstances
- third degree felony
Interference with child
custody third degree fel-
ony
*Filing a false report re-
garding a missing child -
first degree misdemeanor
*Filing a false report of a
crime first degree misde-
meanor
*Contributing to the de-
linquency of a child first
degree misdemeanor
Baker also faces a prob-
able charge of cruelty toward
a child that was originally
listed as a third degree felony.
However, it is actually a sec-


CRYSTAL SUSAN
MERCER BAKER
ond degree felony and would
probably be reinstituted at
the next hearing on Dec. 14
at 8:30 a.m. at the Washing-
ton County Courthouse.
Assistant State Attorneys
Brandon Young and Megan
Ford asked for a higher bond
for Baker due to her prior
record .in South Carolina
and because she was a fugi-
tive from 1987 to 2000 on that
charge. Total bond was sent
at $150,000.
Mercer, the child's moth-
er, was charged with
Interference with child
custody third degree felony
*Desertion of a child
- third degree felony
*Filing a false report re-
garding a missing child first
degree misdemeanor
*Filing a false report of a
crime first degree misde-
meanor
See CHARGED A4


Washington County industrial parks designated free trade zones


By SCARLET SIMS
Florida Freedom Newspapers
CHIPLEY Companies
locating in two industrial
sites in Washington County
now can apply for lower
import duties to make pro-
duction cheaper. The feder-
al government last month
designated sites in Chipley
as Free Trade Zones.
"Washington County
needed to have its eye on
the future and that's what
we're doing," said Ted Ev-
erett, county Chamber of
Commerce executive di-
rector and economic devel-
opment officer.


Washington County of-
ficials asked Port Panama
City officials to add Wash-
ington County Industrial
Park and Tommy McDon-
ald Industrial Park to its
application to expand its
1987 trade zone. The port
authority approved adding
Washington County sites to
its October 2008 application
to expand its trade zone for
the Intermodal Distribution
Center under construction
in Bay County.
The application cost
Washington County and
Chipley $50,000, Everett
said.
Everett said the expan-


sion is a regional effort to
promote Bay and Washing-
ton counties. Washington
County hopes to draw new
industry through the new
designation, Everett said.
The move is particularly
important after WestPont
Homes announced it will
close by the end of the year,
taking 340 jobs. The com-
pany had showed interest
in using the zone a year
earlier.
About three companies
have considered purchas-
ing the $5.1 million West-
Point Home facility, listed
three months ago, Everett
said. No one has submitted


a binder agreement for the
property or signed a con-
tract yet, he said.
Having the trade zone
prepares Washington
County for the future, Ev-
erett said. Companies
are more likely to want to
move to a park that has tax
breaks and incentives, he
said.
Any new industry Wash-
ington County acquires will
help Port Panama City and
Bay County, said Wayne
Stubbs, port executive di-
rector. Any company locat-
ing to Washington County
is likely to use the port, he
said.


"As a port, we're trying
to serve an entire region,"
Stubbs said.
Companies who use the
Free Trade Zone will ben-
efit by being able to keep
costs low. The zone is pro-
tected from duty fees, as
though outside the country,
until it finally enters the
U.S., Stubbs said. The zone
offers administrative ad-
vantages, too, by allowing
companies to group con-
tainers instead of listing
them individually.
Everett said at least one
business outside of West-
Point Home has indicated
interest in the trade zone.


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Outdoor Expo Gun
and Knife Show
GHIPLEY The Outdoor Expo and
Gun and Knife Show, sponsored by
Washington County Chamber of
Commerce, will be held Nov. 21-22 at
the Washington County Ag Center in
Chipley. Hours are Saturday, 9 a.m.
- 6 p.m. and Sunday, noon 5 p.m.
Visitors will enjoy a variety of dem-
onstrations, exhibitions, wildlife taxi-
dermy 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, knives, ammu-
nition, and bolstering equipment will
be on hand.
Concealed weapons permit cours-
es will also be offered.
There will be plenty of hands-on-
activities for children, including BB
gun, archery and casting contests,
woodcraft activities and lots of food
and refreshments and prizes.
Admission is $5 per person per
day or $8 for both days, includes ad-
mission into the Gun & Knife Show.
Kids under age 12 admitted free of
charge. All proceeds help support the
Chamber's mission of economic de-
velopment and business growth.
Sponsorship and exhibitor infor-
mation is available at wcexpo.org,
e-mail info@wcexpo.org or call 638-
4157. Space is limited.

Cake contest
OIIPLEY -- Washington County Arts
Council and Pippin Appraisal Servic-
es Inc. are sponsoring a cake contest
in conjunction with the 2009 Washing-
ton County Outdoor Expo Gun and
Knife Show to be held Nov. 21-22, at
the Washington County Ag Center in
Chipley.
Entry deadline is Monday, Nov. 9.
Register your name, address, phone
number and e-mail with Tonya Pip-
pin at 850-638-7700 or tonya@pippi-
nappraisal.com.
Contest Requirements:
*Entries needs to be delivered to
the Washington County Ag Center,
1424 Hwy 90 in Chipley, Friday, Nov.
20 between 12 4 p.m. or Saturday,
Nov. 21 between 8-10 a.m.
Cakes must be no larger than
two feet wide and three tiers high.


Florida Highway Patrol
will conduct driver license
and vehicle inspection
checkpoints during the
month of November on
the roadways listed below
in Holmes, Jackson and
Washington counties.
Recognizing the dan-
ger presented to the pub-


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Cakes must be 100 percent edible
excluding bases and tier supports.
*Please advise if ingredients con-
tain: soy, wheat, eggs, peanuts or
milk.
Cakes required not to be refrig-
erated.
Cakes will not beAreturned to the
baker/decorat9r.
Cake must be in the "Fall Har-
vest" theme to include wildlife, na-
ture, landscapes, agriculture and
outdoor/recreational activities.
Judging and Prizes:
,A panel of judges will select a
first, second pnd third place winner.
Judging criteria: originality, ap-
propriate theme and use of color.
*Prizes: First place $100; Second
place $50; Third place $25.
Judging will take place at noon
on Saturday; Winners announced
shortly there after.
*The proceeds of the silent auc-
tion cake sale will go to the Washing-
ton County Chamber of Commerce
Foundation.
Exhibition: All entries will be dis-
played at the 2009 Washington County
Outdoor Expo Gun and Knife Show to
be held Nov. 21-22, at the Washington
County Ag Center in Chipley, Florida
The Washington County Chamber
of Commerce, The Washington Coun-
ty Arts Council and Pippin Appraisal
Services are not responsible for lost,
misdirected, misplaced entries. The
Washington County Chamber of Com-
merce, The Washington County Arts
Council and Pippin Appraisal Servic-
es reserve the right to disqualify any
entrant.
All entries become the property of
the Washington County Chamber of
Commerce and will not be returned
by the entrant. All entries will be auc-
tioned to the general public on Satur-
day, Nov. 21 at the Gun Expo.
Contact: Tonya Pippin at 850-638-
7700 or tonya@pippinappraisal.com
for more information.


Check POINTS


lic by defective vehicle the driver license laws of
equipment, troopers will Florida.
concentrate their efforts' Officers will be on State
on vehicles being oper- Roads No. 2, 10, 69, 71, 73,
ated with defects such 77, 79, 81, 273, 276, 277, and
as bad brakes, worn tires 286 during the month.
and defective lighting County roads with in-
equipment. In addition, at- section points include
tention will be directed to No. 69A, 162, 164,165, 165A,
drivers who would violate 167,169, 173, 177,177A, 179,


Saturday, November 7, 2009


Student Photography Contest
CHIPLEY A photography contest
will be held in conjunction with the
Washington County Outdoor Expo
taking place Nov. 21-22, at the Wash-
ington County Ag Center. All con-
test entrants must be students in
Washington County public, private
or home schooled and age seven to
eighteen.
There are two age groups to
choose from: 7-12 year of age and
13-18 years and five categories: Wild-
life, Nature/Landscapes, Outdoor
Activities/Recreation/People Enjoy-
ing the Outdoors, Agriculture and
Other. The Each student may enter
a total of five photos into the contest,
but there is a limit of one photo per
category.
A panel of judges will select three
over-all winners from all contest
entries. First Place Over-all will
receive a cash prize of $75; Second
Place Over-all will receive a cash
prize of $50 and Third Place Over-all
will receive $25.
First place winners will be cho-
sen in each category and 'awarded
a prize to be determined at a later
date. A "Best in Show" prize will be
determined by a vote of the people
attending the Washington County
Chamber of Commerce's November
Third Thursday meeting on Nov. 19
at 7:30 a.m. at Patillo's in the Wash-
ington-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 Street in Chipley or mailed to
PO. Box 457, Chipley, Florida 32428.
Entries should be in an envelope
marked "Outdoor Expo Photogra-
phy Contest" along with age group
and category.
A complete list of rules and entry
forms may be picked up at the Wash-
ington County Chamber Of Com-
merce office from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00
p.m. Monday through Friday. For
more information, please contact
Candace Croft at 263-3231 or e-mail
ccroft@westflorida.coop


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and driver license laws
of Florida while ensuring
the protection of all mo-
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Community BRIEFS


Jaunita Myers honored go to Vernon VFD. Prizes
U0 Yea inlde turkeys and hams.
for 40 Years of service For information call Shaun
GIIPHY The First Sanders at 850-258-7265.
Presbyterian Church of
hipleyria Cemetery workday
will hold a COW Y -Barfield
reception Cemetery will have a
honoring cemetery workday on
Jaunita Saturday Nov. 7 starting
Myers for at 5:30 a.m. For more
40 years of information, call Brian
dedicated Pettis at 638-9630.
service,"
secretary MYERS T County Communit
on Sunday, Council Inc. Board of
Nov. 8, from 2:30-4:30 p.m. Directors meeting
Members of the First
Presbyterian Church along Tri County Community
with family and friends Council Inc. Board of
will help her celebrate this Directors will meet
milestone of service. The Thursday, Nov. 12 at 5 p.m.
First Presbyterian Church at Simbos in Bonifay.
of Chipley is located at 658
5th Street in Chipley. Child Find Pre-K
Screening
Turkey shots GCHIE Holmes and
VERNON Vernon Washington County School
Volunteer Fire Department boards, and FDLRS/PAEC
willhostTurkey shoots each will sponsor free Child Find
Saturday at 5 p.m. through Pre-Kscreeningstoidentify
Dec. 21. Shots are $3 each; childrenwithspecialneeds.
12/16/20/410 shells will be Vision, hearing, speech and
furnished. All proceeds developmental screenings


will be "provided for
children ages 3-5 years who
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
appointment.

CHS 2010 Paw
Prints underway
W T Chipley High
School's 2010 Paw Prints is
now underway, pre-order
your yearbook for $45
online atjostensyearbooks.
com.
If you wish to purchase '
your yearbook at CHS, they
will be on sale for $45 from
Nov. 9-20 during both lunch
times.
After Nov. 30, all
yearbooks will be $50 each.
If your student is a senior
and would like his or her
name printed on the cover,
this is an additional $10,
and may onlybe done on
campus.


Kiwanis Golf Tournament set for Nov. 14


CHIUPIl The Marvin
Engram Memorial
Kiwanis Golf Tournament
is set for tee-off on:
Saturday, Nov. 14 at
8 a.m., at the Sunny Hills
Golf and Country Club.
Formatted as a Three-
Person Scramble, cash
and prizes for winners
will be awarded in
. multiple categories. A
team registration fee of
$150 has been established
separatefrom sponsorship
opportunities.
Platinum Sponsorship
is $250 and includes one
team entry for three
players and a hole sign.
Gold Sponsorship
is $100 and has been
a popular package for


businesses that includes a
hole sign and sponsorship
without a team entry.
Silver Sponsorship is
$50 and is available for
individuals who wish to
support the event and
includes a recognition
sign placed on the course.
Sponsorship positions
are filling fast, but there
are still slots for team
registrations.
Formoreinformationor
to obtain sponsorship and
registration forms, call
850-258-6290. Registration
forms are also available at
the Sunny Hills Golf and
Country Club or from local
Kiwanians.
The Kiwanis Club
of Chipley has been


providing support to
youth oriented events and
programs for 68 years and
last year supported 36
organizations throughout
the county. From mid-
November, the, club
will also be conducting
its annual fruit sale
with deliveries in mid-
December.
Weekly luncheon
meetings are on Tuesdays
at Pattillo's Restaurant
in the middle of the
Washington-Holmes
County Technical Center
(WHTC) at Noon. For an
invitation to lunch, contact
any Kiwanian or call Mark
Collins, Membership
Chairperson, at 850-258-
9453.


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Chamber
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Local


Washington County News I A3


Washington County School Board meeting to be held Nov. 9
Washington County with Capital City Bank *Approval of leave of ab-
School Board will hold a *Oct. 12, 2009 Regular sence for Georgia Givens, per-
rmeeting Nov. 9 at 5:30 p.m. Board Meeting Minutes manent substitute teacher
in the Board Room in the Ad- *July 23, 2009 Budget -One Stop Center:
ministration Building: Hearing Amended Minutes *Recommendation for
On the Agenda: *July 27, 2009 Budget Job Developer Counselor
*Presentations to Nathan Hearing Amended Minutes Roulhac Middle School:
Toro, Skills USA. Contract work for hourly *Transportation:
*Citizens Requests fol- teacher assistants Vernon Elementary
lowed by Facilities reports. Contract with PAEC for School:
Consent Items for ap- Dashboard Vernon High School:
proval: *Title III, Enhanced In- *Approval of Cecilia Mon-
Pay monthly bills structional Opportunities for goven for VHS math coach,
*Positive Pay Agreement Recently.Arrived Immigrant effective Nov. 2,2009
with Capital City Bank, Children and Youth Project *Approval of John Wood-
Oct. 12, 2009 Regular application ard for supplemental pay for
Board Meeting Minutes *Contract with Michele assistant football coach du-
*July 23, 2009 Budget Carter ties
Hearing Amended Minutes *Disposal of property Vernon Middle School:
*July 27, 2009 Budget School food allergy plan Recommendation to
Hearing Amended Minutes Medication and monitor- hire Tammy Smith for math
Contract work for hourly ing procedures plan remediation teacher effec-
teacher assistants *Purchase' Orders to tive Nov. 2,2009
*Contract with PAEC for PLTW Inc. Washington-Holmes
Dashboard One Stop Contract Modi- Technical Center:
*Title HI, Enhanced In- fiction *Employment of Jules
structional Opportunities for *Advertising for new Anthony Landry, Work study
Recently Arrived Immigrant Resource Teacher position- student
Children and Youth Project Okeechobee *Approval of pay level in-
application -Approval of substitutes/ crease for Mary Kolmetz
Contract with Michele volunteers Clarification of Pay Rate
Carter Human Resources For for Ms. Leslee Scurlock
Disposal of property The District: Washington Institute
School food allergy plan Chipley High School: for Specialized Education
*Medication and monitor- *Dozier I and Dozier II: (WISE):
ing procedures plan *Approval of transfer of District:
Purchase Orders to Belinda Collins from Dozier *Approval of contract
PLTW Inc. I to Dozier 112. Approval of with James Mills to provide
One Stop Contract Modi- transfer of Martha Leslie Hospital/Homebound in-
fication from Dozier II to Dozier I struction for VHS students
*Advertising for new Kate M. Smith Elemen- *Three (3) day susperi-
Resource Teacher position- tary School: sionof employee (bus driver)
Okeechobee *Approve maternityleave 'Approval of retirement.
*Approval of Substitutes/ for Kelly Kunde, third grade of Elaine Kinser
Volunteers teacher;, Michelle Nelson, *Information Items: An-
Citizens Requests fol- first grade teacher and Trish nounce Re-Organizational
lowed by Facilities reports. Pumphrey, Kindergarten Meeting for Nov. 17,2009
Consent Items for ap- teacher, all effective Jan. 4, *Time Reserved/Super-
proval: 2010. interident:
*Pay monthly bills Maintenance: *Time Reserved/Board.
*Positive Pay Agreement Okeechobee: Members:


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Chipley FFA competes at the

82nd national convention


Chipley FFA members
and around 50,000 other
FFA members, advisors
and guests attended and
competed at the National
FFA Convention in
Indianapolis, Ind. Oct. 20-
24. Caitlyn Prichard of the
Chipley FFA Chapter was
one of 48 state winners
participating in the 2009.
National FFA Prepared
Public Speaking Career
Development Event
(CDE). The competition
was held Oct.21-24, during
the 82nd National FFA
Convention.
Pritchard advanced
through the preliminary
and semi-final rounds
of the competition to
compete on the Finals
stage with three other
individuals from Utah,
North Carolina and
Oklahoma. On Friday Oct.


Hill Highway at 9:55 p.m.
Wednesday night. Brock
was first to find the baby
smiling at him from a box.
The box' was filled with
baking soda to mask the
smell of diapers, although
Shannon appeared quite
healthy.
"I'll never forget that
time as long as I live," Had-
dock said as he introduced
the 7-month-old child to the
media at the early morning
press conference.
"My first thought was,
Thank You Jesus," Brock
said.
Officers from several
agencies were on hand
as Haddock gave out a bit
more information about the
search that began when
Shannon was reported
missing at 11:23 a.m. Sat-
urday.
Haddock said that the
intense news coverage
"pushed the window up a


*Contributing to the de-
linquency of a child first
degree misdemeanor
Mercer's bond was set
at $75,000. Baker and Mer-
cer were booked into the
Washington County Jail.
Susan Baker's husband,
James Baker, was detained
last night but has since
been released. He remains
under investigation, Had-
dock said.
Haddock thanks the fol-
lowing agencies for their
assistance on the investi-
gation: rescue personnel
from Liberty, Gulf and Bay
County Sheriff's Offices;
K-9 teams from Klass Kids,


23 in Conseco Fieldhouse,
she was announced as the
National Prepared Public
Speaking first runner-up.
This was the culmination
of several years and many
long hours of preparation.
For her accomplishment
she was awarded a plaque
and a $1,000 scholarship.
Chipley FFA members
attended the convention
and along the way,
toured Mammoth Cave
National Park, Churchhill
Downs, the University
of Western Kentucky
and the NCAA Hall of
Champions. Chipley FFA
members attending were
Caitlyn Prichard, Haley
Smothers, Carly Hartzog,
Catlyn Nelson, Kristina
Lewis, Lauren Hall,
Courtney Hall, Roger
Wheeler, Matt Moody and
Josh Johnson.


little bit" to solve the case.
Department of Children
and families has custody
of the baby. Family mem-
bers on hand at the press
conference expressed their
happiness at Shannon be-
ing found safely and for the
hard work of law enforce-'
ment and volunteers.
Grandmother Kandis
Boyer and her two daugh-
ters left at 6 a.m. Tuesday
and drove all the way from
Texas to Chipley.
"We're taking this one
step at a time," Boyer said.
"The main focus is on Shan-
non. Thank God for bring-
ing my granddaughter to
safety."
Haddock noted that of-
ficers Were delighted that
the case turned out as it
did, as many .times reports
of missing children end in
tragedy. "But we were hop-
ing for the best," Haddock
said.


Florida State Hospital, Gulf
Correctional, and South-
west TANSAR; law enforce-
ment personnel from Wash-
ington County Sheriff's
Office, Florida Department
of Law Enforcement, FBI,
Team ADAM, an extension
of the National Center for
Missing and Exploited Chil-
dren, Office of the State At-
torney, 14t Judicial Circuit,
Bay, Calhoun, Jackson,
Gulf, and Holmes County
Sheriff's Offices, Chipley
and Graceville Police De-
partments, Florida Depart-
ment of Corrections, Bay
County Mounted Posse and
the Salvation Army.


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Dog-Gone Music Festival


From staff reports

EBRO Ebro Greyhound
Park hosted the Dog-Gone
Music Festival on Saturday,
Oct. 24, on the infield of the
track. Live music featuring six
bands continued until dark.
Featured regionally bands
included Herd of Turtles,
Brewed Eyed Dog, Crossfire,
and Cobalt Stone, along with a
Johnny Cash tribute and some
folk music too.
Although planned as a
family outing, the large number
of dogs accompanying their
families was a surprise to Mark
Hess, event organizer, who ,


said, "Next year we will pian
some events for the dogs like
an obstacle course, Frisbee
catching, perhaps an obedience
competition."
There was a special
appearance by Burnie
Thompson, host of "The Burnie
Thompson Show" on Talk Radio
101.1 FM and Shortbus" from
97X.
In addition to the concert,
the Ebro Simulcast Network
and Poker Room were
open for those so inclined,
but greyhound racing was
cancelled all day so those
attending the concert can enjoy
the infield.


Winners of the raffle were
Jerry Quick of Vernon for the
Ovation Guitar and Art Brown
of Panama City Beach won the
motorcycle saddlebags.
Chris Allen of Graceville won
a golf round for two with cart at
the Sunny Hills Golf & Country
Club, while Kerry Best of
Parsey, AL and Tasha Dickens *
and Ben Turner of Panama City
won free passes and dinners
for 2 at the Ebro Greyhound
Park from their gate ticket
numbers.. .actually Tasha &
Ben had attached the wristband
ticket to "Skittles" their puppy,
who gifted the prize to his -
owners.


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The Shannon Lee Dedrick
case drew a considerable
amount of response online

Where is the sunshine law in
this case? Who was taking
care of this baby? LE can not
cover up this stuff unless they
are crooked. If you really
want help finding out what
happened then release the
names of these people some-
: one may be able to discredit
Their tale.


Sharon


access to
Too many ill-prepared and
possibly unsuitable people
are having babies. Society
and taxpayers are paying a
high price for these children
and so often they grow up
with a criminal mentality and
% even perpetuate the problem.
SThank you MTV and Holly-
wood!
17Enfield


I also find it disturbing that
overage the child is 7 months old and
only weighs 11 pounds.
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Kiwanis members receive briefing on census plans


CHIPLEY Kiwanis
members were briefed on
planning forthe 2010 Census
and its importance to
Washington
Countyatthe
weekly club "
luncheon on
Nov. 3. Guest '
speaker was '
Stephen
Wielenga
Partnership '
Assistant, WIELENGA
U.S. Census
Bureau.
Wielenga is part of the
organizational effort at the
community level that has
been underway for several
months.
In addition to the
allocation of elected
government positions at
the federal, state, and local
levels, the census data is
used each year to allocate
$440 Billion dollars in
federal money back to tax
payers, which computes
to about $3 Trillion over
each 10-year census cycle.
Getting the accurate count
of residents during the
census period matters to
every taxpayer if tax money
is flow correctly back to the
local level. Even disaster
relief funds are allocated
based upon census data.


According to Wielenga,
Washington County had a
55 percent response rate to
the mailout questionnaire
for the 2000 census. Final
results were better, but not
good, as census represen-
tatives then attempted to
visit all the addresses of
record that did not respond
to the mailout. For 2010, the
mailout questionnaires will
be mailed in March with the
manual follow-ups in April
for Washington County. Wie-
lenga also passed around
a sample questionnaire to
demonstrate how much it
has been simplified since
2000, and now only has 10
multi-part questions. Wie-
lenga also emphasized that
all census workers for the
2010 Census involved with
public contact or the data
management have passed
FBI" background checks,
which was not the case for
all the positions in 2000.
The main message from
Wielenga was that: (1) com-
pleting the mailout census
questionnaire is easy and
safe; (2) if you are contacted
in person, census workers
have federal identification
and have passed an FBI
background check; (3) all
census information is coded
to addresses of record and


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Roger VanLandingham and Harry Barton, members of the Troy University
at Dothan Community Band accompanied the meeting's opening with
VanLandingham playing the flugelhorn and Barton the tuba.


personal information that
would identify individuals or
households is not released
until 72 years after the cen-
sus; (4) participation in the


census is an important duty
for citizens and residents.
Roger VanLandingham
and Harry Barton, mem-
bers of the Troy University


at Dothan Commui
accompanied the n
opening with Van
ham playing the fl
and Barton the t


flugelhorn was developed
in Germany and has a more
mellow tone than a trum-
pet or cornet. It is popular
with jazz musicians and
-, was introduced in that role
by Miles Davis in 1957.
VanLandingham was also
Kiwanian Barton's lunch
guest.
The Kiwanis Club of Chi-
pley has been providing sup-
port to youth oriented events
and programs for 68 years
and last year supported 36
organizations throughout
the county. The club meets
Tuesday at Pattillo's Res-
taurant in the middle of the
Washington-Holmes County
Technical Center (WHTC)
at Noon. For an invitation
to lunch, contact any Ki-
wanian or call Mark Collins,
Membership Chairperson,
at 850-258-9453.
The next fund raising
event will be the Marvin
Engram Memorial Kiwanis
TED PHOTOS Golf Tournament on Sat-
urday, Nov. 14 at the Sunny
Hills Golf and Country Club
with an 8 a.m. tee time. Also,
the club's annual fruit sale is
now underway with deliver-
iity Band ies in mid-December.
meeting's For more information
Landing- about the Kiwanis Club
tugelhorn of Chipley, visit www.Chi-
uba. The pleyKiwanis.com.


Vernon City Council meets Nov. 9


VERNON Vernon City
Council will meet on Nov. 9 at
7p.m. the City Hall.
On the Consent Agen-
da:
Approve minutes for
meetings on Oct. 26 and 28
and Nov. 3.
Payment of the bills
Eliminate gutters from
Shady Grove project
Approve use of Commu-
nity Center for Thanksgiving
Dinner with no rental fee
Approve employee holi-,
days of November 11- Veter-
ans Day and Nov. 25 26 for
the Thanksgiving holiday.
Dog fee of $41.66 plus cost
of rabies vaccination with $10
handling fee to recover dog
picked up by animal control.
Mayor's Report Al Mani
Fire Chief's Report


- Shawn Sanders
Recreation Director's
Report Reggie Worthing-
ton
Old business:
Notice to ROTC discon-
tinuing use of back building
New business:
New Bethel AME Church
- Portia Green, Security per-
son
Public participation:
Anyone who desires to ad-
dress the council should sign
in with the clerk and provide
topic for discussion. When
you are called upon, please
go to the podium, state your
name and-address and speak
directly into the microphone
so that all hear you and the
tape recorder picks up your
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Park closes after no sale


NASCAR has announced
a schedule change for the
2010 schedule. Easter week-
end becomes a double-head-
er in Nashville. The sched-
uled Memphis race will be
run at Nashville
Superspeedway on April 2.
The schedule change was
due to Dover Motorsports,
Inc.'s announcement that it
was ceasing all operations at
Memphis Motorsports Park
and that it would not be pro-
moting any events in'
Memphis in 2010.
Previously plans were to
race there in 2010, as the


Memphis facility had been
under an agreement of sale to.
Gulf Coast Entertainment but
Gulf Coast was unable to
secure financing.
The truck series race at
Nashville will be run on
Saturday night.
Another chance is that
Gateway International
Raceway will have a second
NASCAR Nationwide Series
Race which is now planned
for Oct. 23, 2010.
It is not known at this time
how the NHRA Full Throttle
Series will be effected by the
tracks closure.


Allmendinger to race in a Ford


Richard Petty Motorsports
announced that A.J.
Allmendinger will make his
Ford Racing debut .Sunday at
Texas Motor Speedway. The
Richard Petty Motorsports
driver will race the final three
races of 2009 in a Ford Fusion.
"This is exciting stuff. It's
like a new beginning for
Richard Petty Motorsports,"
Allmendinger said.
"Whenever you do something
new you are a little bit excited


John Andretti
Place Owner
33 Max Jones
34 Robby Gordon
35 Teresa Earnhardt
36 Detrich Mateschiltz
37 Kevin Buckler
38 James Finch


and a little bit nervous because
you haven't done it before.
Elliott drove a Ford for us at
Talladega last week and every-
one was really positive about
the experience. It's our turn this
week.
"For us these next three
weeks are just learning about
what a Ford likes and dislikes
as far as chassis setup and
engine tuning. Nothing beats
experience in this sport and the
only way you get experience."


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Driver: John Andretti
Owner: Teresa Earnhardt
Points: 2515
Points out of 34th: 50
Points ahead of 36th: 135
Driver Points
Paul Menard 2742
Robby Gordon 2565
John Andretti 2515
Scoff Speed 2380
David Gilliland 2029
Brad Keselowski 1804


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Drivers test series new car at Talladega with positive results after unveiling


The future car for the
Nationwide Series hit the track
on Monday at Talladega
Superspeedway and many of
the drivers thought it was just
'super'.
"It drives like a dream,"
Justin Allgaier said after his
first laps in the car. He was one
of eight drivers representing
the four series manufacturers
who put the new cars through
the paces for the first time on a
track more than 1.5 miles in
length. Previous tests for the


NASCAR Nationwide new
car were at Richmond
International Raceway and
Lowe's Motor Speedway last
year.
According to Robin
Pemberton, NASCAR's vice
president of competition, the
purpose of today's six-hour test
was to gather information rela-
tive to the size of the tapered
spacer that the car will need in
order to achieve its desired
speed at tracks such as
Talladega and Daytona


International Speedway -
where the new car will make
its points-racing debut in July,
2010. Additionally, the test
helped to better identify the
proper gear ratio that the new
car will need to generate the
proper RPM.
"We needed to see what
should be done from a plate
standpoint to get enough speed
in the cars and also see how
they reacted in the draft,"
Pemberton said.
The first few hours of the


test were spent in single runs,
followed by drafting during the
afternoon. A pair of NASCAR
veterans who have successful
histories in the series two-
time champion Kevin Harvick
and 27-time winner Jeff
Bdrton were the first drafting
pair out on the track.
"The great advantage of
this car is we have a lot of time
with the first new car (in
NASCAR Sprint Cup), Burton
said. "This is an evolution of
that. I think it's going to work."


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RECORDED IN PLAT -WEST, DESCRIBED AS N62*1518"E, 62.82 FEET;
BOOK 2, PAGE(S) 42 FOLLOWS: BEGIN ON THENCE N2744'42'W,
THROUGH 54, OF THE THE WEST UNE OF SAID 20.00 FEET; THENCE
PUBLIC RECORDS OF SW'A OF NE'A AT A S6215T18'TW, 74.69
WASHINGTON COUNTY, POINT 244.00 FEET, FEET; THENCE
FLORIDA. N-051'52'-E OF THE SW S00O5152W, 230.36 FEET;
commonly known as 4462 CORNER THEREOF; THENCE 54506'OOTE,
Hancock Court, Chipley, THENCE RUN 312.27 FEET; THENCE
FL 32428-3128 has been N-0'51'52T-E, ALONG N7412'IS"E, 5.72 FEET
filed against you and you SAID FORTY LINE, 291.20 TO THE POINT OF BE-
are required to serve a FEET; THENCE GINNING.
copy of your written de- S-8956'5711-E, 16.69 In accordance with F.S.
fenses, if any, to it on Ed- FEET TO THE WESTERLY 45.031(2), the successful
ward B. Pritchard of Kass, RIGHT OF WAY LINE ON' high bidder, if other than
Shuler, Solomon, Spector, STATE ROAD 279 (SAID the Plaintiff, shall post with
Foyle & Singer, RA., POINT BEING the Clerk a deposit equal
plaintiff's attorney, whose N-15474511-W, 274.42 to five (5) percent of the fi-
addressis P.O. Box 800, FEET FROM THE BEGIN- nal bid or .$1,000.00,
Tampa, Florida 33601, NING, OF THE LIMITED whichever is less. The bal-
(813)229-0900, on or be- ACCESS FENCE); ance shall be 'paid to the
fore Dec. 7, 2009, (or 30 THENCE S-1547T45T-E, Clerk within twenty-fodr
days from the first date of ALONG SAID-.RIGHT OF hours of the sale; other-
publication, whichever is WAY, 274.42 FEET TO wise the Clerk shall read-
later) and file the original THE BEGINNING OF THE vertise the sale and pay all
with the clerk of this Court LIMITED ACCESS FENCE; costs of the sale from the
either before service on THENCE S-74*1215"-W, deposit. Any remaining
the Plaintiffs attorney or 99.55 FEET TO -THE funds shall beapplied to-
immediately thereafter; POINT OF BEGINNING. ward the judgment. The
otherwise, a default will be 2. COMMENCE AT THE successful high bid shall
entered against you for the SE CORNER OF SAID be exclusive of the Clerk's
relief demanded in the SEA OF NWA OF SEC- registry fee.
Complaint. TION 14, TOWNSHIP 4 THIS NOTICE dated this 3
Dated 10/22/2009 NORTH; RANGE 16 WEST day of November, 2009.
Clerk of the Court AND THENCE RUN LYNDA HAYES COOK,
Honorable Unda Hayes N-00*51'52'T-E, ,ALONG Clerk of Court
Cook THE EAST LINE OF SAID BY: H.C. Rogers
1293 Jackson Avenue SE'A OF, NW'%, 244.00 Deputy Clerk
Chipley, Florida 32428 FEET TO THE POINT OF As published in the
By: K McDaniel BEGINNING; THENCE Washington County News
Deputy Clerk N-45*06'OOT-W, 292.08 November 7,14,2009.
If you are a person with a FEET; THENCE S89W5657 NOTICE OF APPLICATION
disability who needs any 1-E, 210.00 FEET TO THE FOR TAX DEED
accommodation in order EAST LINE OF SAID SE'A
.to participate in this pro- OF NW'4; THENCE
ceeding, you are entitled, S-00*51'52'-W, ALONG Notice is hereby given,
at no cost to you, to the .SAID EAST LINE, 206.00 that Simon G & EW Prce
provision of certain assis- FEET TO THE POINT OF the holder of the following
tance, Please contact BEGINNING. certificate, has filed said
Clerk of the Court, P.O. 3.* COMMENCE AT THE certificate for a Tax Deed
Box 647, 201 W.Jackson SE CORNER OF THE to be issued thereon. The
Ave., Chipley, Florida SE1/4 OF NWA OF SEC- certificate number and
32428-0647, phone TION 14,. TOWNSHIP 4 year of issuance, the de-
(850)638-6285 within 2 NORTH, RANGE 16 WEST scription of the property,
working days of your re- AND 'THENCE RUN and the names in which it
ceipt of this notice; if you N-0051'52T-E, ALONG was assessed are as fol-
are hearing or voice im- THE EAST LINE OF SAID Iows :
paired, call SEA OF NW1/4, A DIS-
1-800-955-8771. TANCE OF 587.97 FEET CERTIFICATE NO 2104


As published in the Wash-
ington County News Octo-
ber 31, November 7, 2009.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR WASHINGTON
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.:
67-2009-CA-000430
CIVIL ACTION.

WELLS FARGO BANK, NA,
Plaintiff,
vs.
DENNIS E. WILLIAMS et
al,
Defendantss.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: DENNIS E. WILLIAMS
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS:
1300 KAY AVENUE
CHIPLEY, FL 32428
CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN
ANY-AND ALL UNKNOWN
PARTIES CLAIMING BY
THROUGH, UNDER, AND
AGAINST .THE HEREIN
NAMED INDIVIDUAL
DEFENDANTS) WHO ARE
NOT KNOWN TO BE
DEAD OR ALIVE,
WHETHER SAID UN-
KNOWN PARTIES MAY
CLAIM AN INTEREST AS
SPOUSE, HEIRS, DEVI-
SEES, GRANTEES, OR
OTHER CLAIMANTS
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN
CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR WASHINGTON
COUNTY FLORIDA
Case No.: 09-0173CA
TRUSTMARK NATIONAL
BANK
Plaintiff,
Svs.
GREGORY ZUBRYCKI,
and wife
ROXANNE ZUBRYCKI
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the under-
signed, Clerk of Circuit
Court of Washington
County, Florida, pursuant
to the Summary Final
Judgment of mortgage
foreclosure entered in this
cause, will sell on the Front
Steps, Washington County
Courthouse, 1293 Jackson
Ave, Suite 100, Chipley,
Florida, at 11:00 a.m. on
December 8, 2009, the fol-
lowing described parcel of
real property, to-wit:
ALL THAT PART OF THE
SE' OF NWA AND THE
SOUTH 535.2 FEET OF
THE SW'A OF NE'A OF
SECTION 14, TOWNSHIP
4 NORTH, RANGE 16
WEST, WHICH LIES
SOUTH AND WEST OF
THE EXISTING RIGHT OF
WAY ON STATE ROAD
279 AND INTERSTATE 10,
LESS AND EXCEPT THE
FOLLOWING DESCRIBED


TO THE EXISTING D.O.T.
LIMITED ACCESS RIGHT
OF WAY;. THENCE
N274442 T-W, ALONG
SAID RIGHT OF WAY,
81.41 FEET TO THE
POINT OF BEGINNING;
THENCE N8956'57"-W,
ALONG THE NORTH
BOUNDARY OF PROP-
ERTY OWNED BY JAMES
A. BOWERS, 100.00 FEET;
THENCE N-2744'42T-W
100.00 FEET; THENCE
S-8956'57"-E, 100.00
FEET TO THE SAID RIGHT
OF WAY LINE; THENCE
S-274442"-E ALONG
SAID RIGHT OF WAY
LINE, 100.00 FEET TO
THE POINT OF BEGINN-
ING.
4. COMMENCE AT THE
SE CORNER(OF THE SE'A
OF NWA OF SECTION 14,
TOWNSHIP 4 NORTH,
RANGE 16 WEST AND
RUN THENCE
N-0051 '52"-E, ALONG
QUARTER SECTION UNE
A DISTANCE OF 233.90
FEET; THENCE
S-74'12'15"-W, 5.72
FEET; THENCE
N-450600"-W, 312.27
FEET; THENCE'
N77'31'56' T-W, 156.25
FEET TO THE POINT OF
BEGINNING: FROM SAID
POINT OF BEGINNING,
RUN THENCE
S-8836'37"-W, 475.00
FEET; THENCE
N-0123'23T-W, 533.00
FEET TO A POINT ON
THE SOUTHERLY RIGHT
OF WAY BOUNDARY OF
INTERSTATE HIGHWAY
NO. 10; THENCE
N-8836'37"-E, ALONG
SAID RIGHT OF WAY
BOUNDARY, A DISTANCE
OF 139.02 FEET; THENCE
LEAVING SAID RIGHT OF
WAY BOUNDARY AND
RUN THENCE
S-0123'23"-E, 499.79
FEET TO THE, POINT OF
BEGINNING. SUBJECT
TO A 20.00 FOOT EASE-
MENT FOR THE PUR-
POSE OF INGRESS,
EGRESS AND UTILITIES
BEING MORE PARTICU-
LARLY DESCRIBED AS
FOLLOWS:
COMMENCE AT THE
SOUTHEAST CORNER OF
THE SOUTHEAST 1/4 OF
THE NORTHWEST 1/4 OF
SECTION 14, TOWNSHIP
4 NORTH; RANGE 16
WEST, WASHINGTON
COUNTY, FLORIDA AND
RUN THENCE
N00O51'52"E ALONG THE
1/4 SECTION UNE A DIS-
TANCE OF 223.90 FEET;
THENCE S741215TW
5.72 FEET; THENCE
N45*06'OOTW 312.27
FEET TO THE POINT OF
BEGINNING. FROM SAID
POINT OF BEGINNING
RUN THENCE
N7731'56T1W 156.25
FEET; THENCE
N0123231W 20.60 FEET;
THENCE S7731 '56"E
157.07 FEET; THENCE
SOO51'52'W 20.42 FEET


YEAR OF ISSUANCE 06
DESCRIPTION OF PROP-
ERTY:
Parcel # 9-0544-0027
Lot 27, Block .544, of
Sunny Hills Unit 9, a sub-
division according to the
Plat thereof, as recorded in
Plat Book 2, Pages 103
through 107, of the Public
Records of Washington
County, Florida.
NAME IN WHICH AS-
SESSED :
Michael & Patricia White
Said property being in the
county of Washington,
State of Florida. Unless
such. certificated shall be
redeemed according to
the law, the property de-
scribed shall be sold to the
highest bidder at the court-
-house door on December
30,2009 at 10:00 AM.
Datedthis 15 dayofOcto-
ber, 2009,
LINDA HAYES COOK ,
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
COURT,
WASHINGTON COUNTY,
FL
BY: J C Rogers,
Deputy Clerk
WARNING: THERE ARE
UNPAID TAXES ON PROP-
ERTY WHICH YOU OWN
IN WHICH YOU HAVE LE-
GAL INTEREST. THE
PROPERTY WILL BE
SOLD AT PUBLIC AUC-
TION ON December 30,
2009 UNLESS THE BACK
TAXES ARE PAID. TO
MAKE ARRANGEMENTS
FOR PAYMENT OR TO
RECEIVE FURTHER IN-
FORMATION, CONTACT
THE CLERK OF COURT
IMMEDIATELY. AT RP.O.
BOX 647 OR 1293 JACK-
SON AVE., SUITE 101,
CHIPLEY FLORIDA 32428,
OR TELEPHONE (850)
638-6008 EXT 224.
AMOUNT TO REDEEM
FOR November
$ 2,094.72
AMOUNT TO REDEEM
FOR December
$2,125.07
IN U.S. CURRENCY
ONLY No Personal
Checks. Accepted.
Cashier's Checks, Money
Orders, and Western Un-
ion are the only other alter-
natives accepted.
As published in the Wash-
ington County News Octo-
ber 24, October 31, No-
vember 7, November 14,
2009
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED

Notice is hereby given,
that' Simon G & EW Price
the holder of the following
certificate, has filed said
certificate for a Tax Deed
to be issued thereon. The
certificate number and
,year of issuance, the de-
scription of the property,
and the names in which it


FIELD CONNECTION



was assessed are as fol- lows : CERTIFICATE NO. and Inspection of Records Goshen, AL. (near LARGE ABANDONED Rolled Peanut
lows : CERTIFICATE NO. 2105 YEAR OF ISSU- 3.90 Charter Schools Troy), 2197 Co. Rd. GOODS SALE. Friday and sale. Barn stored.
1358 YEAR OF ISSU- ANCE 06 DESCRIPTION 4.21 Selection and Man- 2242. Excellent for re- Saturday, November 6th 260-9882.
ANCE 06 OF PROPERTY: Parcel # agement of Instructional tirement or relocation and 7th, 2009. WANTED. Some
DESCRIPTION OF PROP- 9-0544-0028 Materials nice house, fenced 8:00AM-5:OOpm. Located live in and help
ERTY: Parcel # Lot 28, Block 544, of 5.14 Homeless Students pasture on 61 acres, on the bypass (Maple Ave- elderly couple. Mu
01-0116-0001 Sunny Hills Unit 9, a sub- 5.302 Corporal Punish-' AUCTION Nov 17, 2009 nue), Geneva, AL. Near references.
division according to the ment at 11am (or earlier Courthouse. Come check 850-638-7895 t
Lot 1, Block 116, of Sunny Plat thereof, as recorded in 5.32 Zero Tolerance for upon price agreement) out our Christmas items, 1Oam & 6pm.
Hills Unit 1, a subdivision Plat Book 2, Pages 103 School Related Crimes at Pike. County Court- including Christmas trees
according to the Plat through 107, of the Public 6.15 Assisting Teachers to house. Contact Attor- at great prices.
thereof, as recorded in Plat Records of Washington Become Highly Qualified ney Joe W. Adams Sat. Nov. 7th 3530 H
Book 2, Pages 9 through County, Florida. NAME IN 6.18 Contracts: Instruc- (334)774-5533 at. Nov.7th 3530 Hwy3310
27, of the Public Records WHICH ASSESSED : Mi- tional and Administrative 162, Bonifay. Shop for LESSONS
of Washington County, chael & Patricia White Personnel Nationwide Online Christmas early A littlebit ar Bass
Florida. Said property being in the 6.321 Employee Use of Land Auction 400+ of everything from house- Guitar, Bass,
county of Washington, Cellular Telephones Props 168 Absolute All hold items to toys. Banjo, Mandolin,
NAME IN WHICH AS- State of Florida. Unless 7.35 Investment of Funds Starting Bids: $100 8:00-Until. FlWe buy used mu
SESSED: Robert E. Tittle such certificated shall be 7.52 Travel Expense Reim- Redc View Full Listings Semi-Annual, 9 mile corn- struments. Do
redeemed according to bursement wwwAuction.com/land munity yard sale, Satur- Chipley. 850-638-5C
Said property being in the the law, the property de- 7.70 Purchasing and Bidd-
county of Washington, scribed shall be sold to the ing Nationwide Online day, November 7th, 7a.m.
State of Florida. Unless highest bidder at the court- 8.10 Safety Land Auction 400+ until. 5 miles south of New
such certificated shall be house door on December 8.30 Purpose and Func- Props 168 Absolute. All Hope, Hwy 2 & 8 miles 3320
redeemed according to 30, 2009 at 10:00AM. tons of the Transportation Starting Bids:. $100 north of WestvilCHRISTMle, FL, on3320CA
the law, the property de- Dated this 15 day of Program REDC View Full Hwy-179A CHRITMAS CA
scribed shall be sold to the October, 2009, 8.45 School Breakfast Pro- Listings-www.Auction.com/i Yard Sale, Nov. 6&7, Fri & OTHER MISC PL
highest bidder at the court- LINDA HAYES COOK gram and Sat. 8:00-1:00pm. BAG for sale.
house door on 'December CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT To revise the Student Pro- SALE 12:30 Sat. St. Come visit
30, 2009 at 10:00 AM COURT, gression Plan to reflect Public Auction Matthew's Episcopal Thelma's Little To
WASHINGTON COUNTY, policy and statutory NovembeSaturday, Church, across from Ag Heaven
Datedthis15 dayofOcto- FL changes. November 21,2009. center. 4187 Hwy27
bar, 2009 BY: J C Rogers, Legal Authority 8:00AM.sAa Graceville, Fl
Deputy Clerk The Washington County Mason Auction Co. Yard, Yard Sale. Fri & Sat, Grceville, F
LINDA HAYES COOK WARNING: THERE ARE School Board is authorized Hwy231 N,, 8:00-Until. 1604 Orange Phone:263-
LINDA HAYESE CROOK UNPAID TAXES ON PROP- under Chapter 1001.43 of Campbeliton, FL. Hill Hwy. Household items. MAPHIS TF
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT ERTY WHICH YOU'OWN the.Florida K-20 Education Over'70+tractors & 100's AP I
COURT,ON COUNTY IN WHICH YOU HAVE LE- Code to develop/revise of pieces of new & used Yard Sale. Fri. & Sat., FARM
WASHINGTON COUNTY, AL INTEREST. 'THE policy and procedures. equipment. Nov. 6&7 @ Dogwood
FL J CR PROPERTY *WILL BE Economic Impact Plus Regular Lakes, Hwy 177A, Bonitay, CHRISTMAS TF
BY: J C Rogers, SOLD AT PUBLIC AUC-; The cost of promulgating consignments from local 2671 Marion Dr. Rain or HOOSE AND
Deputy Clerk TION ON December 30, these revisions will be ap- area farmers, shne LIVE IN POT
WARNING: "THERE ARE 2009 UNLESS THE BACK proximately $1.50 per doc- County & City surplus area Yard Sale. Nov. 6&7. TAG YOUR
WARNING: THERE ARE TAXES ARE PAID. TO- ument. banks 8:00Until. 3290 Cody Tay & CHRISTMAS Others
UNPAID TAXES ON PROP- MAKE ARRANGEMENTS Cost or benefit to those af- Mason Auction & Sales, 8:00-Until. 3290 Cody Tay-o CHRISTMAS T
ERTY WHICH YOU OWN FOR. PAYMENT OR TO fected: None LLC. #AU42. stuffor Ln., Boniftay. SALots of NOVEMBER 21
IN WHICH YOU HAVE LE- RECEIVE FURTHER. IN- Impact on open market: 850-263-0473, Office; stuff including furniture. SANTA VISFROM
GAL INTEREST. THE FORMATION, CONTACT None 850-258-7652, Chad; Yard Sale. Nov. 6th. Large FRUIT TREES/CI
PROPERTY WILL BE THE CLERK OF COURT Individuals wishing to ob- 850-849-0792, Gerald. 3 families. Lots of baby TREES
SOLD AT PUBLIC AUC- IMMEDIATELY AT 'RO. tain a copy of the pro- www.masonauction.com. clothes, boys & girls, MANY VARITIEE
TION ON December 30, BOX 647 OR 1293 JACK- posed revisions to Board wEEKLY woman's & maternity & CHOOSE FR(
2009 UNLESS THE BACK SON AVE., SUITE 101, Policies/Procedures and M ELA O misc household items. WREATHS
TAXES ARE PAID. .TO CHIPLEY FLORIDA 32428, the Student Progression MISCELLANEOUS Corner of Hwy 79 & 90, ARRANGEME
MAKE ARRANGEMENTS OR TELEPHONE (850) Plan may contact the SU- 3234 AUCTION Bonifay.7am-Until. ARRANGEMIFTS
FOR PAYMENT OR TO 638-6008 EXT 224. superintendent's Office at 3234 Main St. Vernon, FL.,Ba at GIFTS
r RECEIVE FURTHER IN- AMOUNT TO REDEE19 652 Third Street, Chipley, Hwy. 79 South Yard Sale. Saturday, Nov MAPHIS TREE FA
FORMATION, CO AMOUNT TO REDEE 652 Third Street, Chipeyida (2nd Building on left) 7th, 8AM-Until. Nursing NURERY
THE CLERK OF COURT 1907.49 As published in the Wash- SATURDAY NIGHTS 6RM. scrubs, women and young 850-638-82
IMMEDIATELY AT P.O. AMOUNT TO REDEEM ington County News Multi-Sellers. Slection mens clothes, some winter LOCATED 3 MI
BOX 647 OR 1293 JACK- FOR December $1,935.19 November 7, 18, 2009. willary from week to clothes, shoes, triple SOUTH OF CHI
SON AVE., SUITE 101, IN U.S. CURRENCY ONLY. Cam7. ,weekIli dresser, small desk, quilt OFF ORANG
CHIPLEY, FLORIDA 32428, No Personal Checks Ac- Cash, credit/debit cards, racks, hubcaps, TV stand, HILL HWY
OR TCHIPLEFLPHONE (850) cepted. onal Checks Ac- Michelle Roof household items and AT 814 RATTLE
638-6008R TELEPHONE (850)24. Cashier's Checks, M oneypted. Michelle & HC"s much more. 4299 Wilder- RD.
Ord38-6008EXT224. Cashier's Checks, Money 1110 Auctions ness Rd, Vernon, FL. AND AT 1187 MA
OrdersE and Westm Un- - FL AU3014 AB2224. 850-535-4674 after 7PM IN CHIPLEY
AMOUNT TO REDEEM ion are the only other a-COLORSELLSI 850547-9140. 850638-73
FOR November $ tamatives accepted. 9 Ge1 Your Clas.ified Ad 8*5 0 www.maphistre
2,509.15 .As published in the Wash-G In I A.com
ington County News Octo- -nL_ __
AMOUNT TO REDEEM ber 24, October 31, No- COLORI. 3250
FOR December $ 2,545.47 member 7, November 14, Call now for details 3140 PUMPKINS, PUMPKINS,
IN U.S. CURRENCY ONLY 2009 and be noticed PUMPKINS
No Personal Checks Ac- NOTICE OFMEETING 2 Eddie'sBacyad 41
cepted. NOTICE OF MEETING -or Tomatoes
Cashier's Checks, Money SUNNY HILLS UNITS I 547-9414 I Tomatoes,
Cashier's Checks, Money 12-15, DEPENDENT DIS- -.. - Nice crib with mattress, Comer of South Blvd.
iOrders, and Wester Un- TRICT sheets, curtain, $125. Out- & Vernon Hwy.
ion are the only other alter- door swingset new $60., 850-260-9079. Administrative
nat pubished in the Wash- A meeting of the District highchair $25,, Boys &
As published in the Wash Board of the Sunny Hills I 1.120 girls clothes 4T. fAdmissions Co
ington County News Octo- Units 12-15 Dependent Advertise in Over 100 850-956-3040 3270 tor, great opportu
bar 24, October 31,No- District will be held on Papers throughout the right person.
member 7, November 14, Monday, November 16, Florida. Advertising YOUR INVITED! care preferred, fu
2009 _______2009 at 12:00 PM CST at Networks of Florida, Jewelr P great pay & b,
NOTICE OF APPLICATION the Emergency Operations Pt us to work for You 3150 November 13th, 2009, oriented. Please
FOR TAX DEED Center, 1331 South Blvd, (8 6 6) 7 4 2 1 3 7 3 Metal Roofing Tax 9:00am-5:00pm, resume to: I
Chipley, Florida 32428. www.florida-classifieds.co Creditl 40 yr Warranty. @ 208 W Railroad Ave., NSG. & Rehab.
Notice is hereby given, The meeting is open to the m Direct from manufac- Chipley Brock Ave., Bon
that Simon G & EW Price public and will be con- turer. 30 colors in Custom handmade 32425,
the holder of the following ducted in accordance with stock, Quick turna- jewelry from nehal@southern
certificate, has filed said the provisions of Florida 1K ] round. Delivery availa- Motsie's Place. nehall@southern_
certificate for a Tax Deed Law for Dependent is- ] ble. Gulf Coast Supply Door prizes, refresh- Administrative
to be issued thereon. The tricts. A copy of the meet- 11s0 ble. Gulf Coast Supply Door prizes, refresh- Administrative
to be issued thereon. Thetcts. A copy of the meet-& Manufacturing, ments. Drawing for free
certificate number and ing agenda may be ob- Lost Digital Camera at (8 8 8 ) 3 9 3 0 3 3 5 jewelry. Customer Ser
year of issuance, the de- tained from the District McDonald's Parking lot, www.gulfcoastsupply.com Questions, 326-0630. Representatl
scription of the property, Manager at 201 East Pine Chipley. Please return to wanted for
and the names in which it Street, Suite 950, Orlando, Chipley Police Department C BonifaProper
was assessed are as fol- FL 32801. or mall chip to 7027 Bass -L1 j iL i Casualty Insuranc
lows : CERTIFICATE NO. The meeting maybe con- Warren Rd., Panama City, 3220I Mustbe detailor
1192 YEAR OF ISSUANCE tinued to a date, time, and FL. 32404. B&B Furnture 1342 North Experience fe
06 place as evidenced by mo- B&B Furniture 1342 NorthLr CAGLE Experience prefer
DESCRIPTION OF PROP- tion of- the majority of R Avenue, Chipley.We f you need Please sedres
ERTY: Parcel # Board Members participat- Wi=N0 'pay cash for clean quality I tP e
01-0027-0004 ing. There may be oca- furniture. 850-557-0211 or I buy or sell" I crestviewagent@y
Lot 4, Block 27; of Sunny sions when one Supervisor 230 850-415-6866. Ask for I conzt equipmentrs ,
Hills Unit 1, a subdivision will participate by tele- For Sale; baby geese, Pasco or Carolyn I Excavators, Forrestry, '
according to the Plat phone. chicks, guineas & ducks. C t L r Contact 1
thereof, as recorded in Plat Any person requiring spe- Call 850-547-3129 or Cell Complete Livingrooml a Contact
Book 2, Pages 9 through cial accommodations at # 850-415-2998. Suite; 2 single electric adj. I Iagecglequ Administrativep-
27, of the Public Records this meeting because of a beds (can be paired as cmell co 850-49Administrative
of Washington County, disability or physical im- king size). Other items. -l Full'time front- ofi
Florida. pairment should contact Contact850-373-8289. Welding Machine, 250 tion in busy dent
NAME IN WHICH AS- the District Office at (407)L 3100 | I. AMP AC/DC. $125. Electric Must be versaf
SESSED : Elgie & Mary 841-5524 .at leastI Dryer, $100. 850-830-7653. good people sk
Underwood. Said property forty-eight (48) hours prior Wanted To Buy antiques, computer knowle
being in the county of to the meeting. If you are collectibles, gold, silver, 3230 ing resume to: Fan
Washington, State of Flor- hearing or speech im- dinnerware, collections, 3 Family Yard Sale. Sat., tistry, 110 -E. No
ida. Unless such certifi- paired, please contact the paintings, call Al Schmidt Nov. 7th, 7:00-Until. LP 3300 | Bonifay, FL or
coated shall be redeemed Florida Relay Service 850-638-7304 Gospel albums, mint con- ADT FREE Home Se- Brickyard Rd. Chip
r according to the law, the 1-800-955-8770, fqr aid In edition at bargain prices. curit System ($850 LMHC wanted
property described shall contacting the District Of- .- Womahs & girs lus size Val Pr M al
be sold to the highest bid- fice. us srz omans gs plsiz Value.) Purchase Moni- residential youth p
der soadtothe higthousesdoorEachperclothes. Something for touring Services & $99 Full time'
der at the courthouse door Each person who decides 3130 everyone. 846 Hwy 277, Activation. That's It $45000.00 annual
on December 30, 2009 at to appeal any action taken Chipley Remote & Pan bt s 850.548-5a
10:00 AM. Dated this 15 at these meetings is, ad- Alapaha River Ranch ipey. PLUS Remote & Panic benefits 850-548-5
day of October, 2009, vised that person will need Auction: 500 Acres 3 Family Yard Sale. Sat., Alert FREE. (888) for Ron Boyce.
LINDA HAYES COOK a record of the proceed- Absolute! 4,600 Acres Nov. 7th. Margie Peel, 511-5869, r
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT wings and that accordingly, offered in 14 parcels- 1488 South Blvd., Chipley. Airlines are hiring, I NEWSPA
COURT, WASHINGTON the person may need to on the Alapaha River, 8:00-Until. Train for high paying | CARRIE!
COUNTY FL ensure that a verbatim rec- Willachoochee, Geor-Aiation Maintenance
BY: J C Rogers, ord of the proceedings is gla. 11AM, Saturday, 5 Family Yard Sale, Satur- areerv FAA approved I NEEDEI
Deputy Clerk made, Including the. testi- November 21. Excel- day, 8a.m. until. Swifty program Financial aid I
WARNING: THERE ARE mony and evidence upon lent Timber Investment, Lube, Hwy 90 Bonifay. if ualifiednancial aid Th News Her
UNPAID TAXES ON PROP- which such appeal Is to be Recreation or Farming Children and adult clothes, available, CALL Avia I seekingan indivi
ERTY WHICH YOU OWN based. Opportunity Preview: all sizes. Furniture, Home tion Institue of Mainte- It n r
IN WHICH YOU HAVE LE- George S. Flint 10AM 4PM, Novem- Interior Items, misc items, nance (888)349-5387 .great service to c
GAL INTEREST. THE Governmental Manage- baer 13, 14 and 20. Great.Prices. _______ tomers. The New
PROPERTY WILL BE ment Services Central Higgenbotham Auc- Attend College online I and Tallahassee
SOLD AT PUBLIC AUC- Florida, LLC ti o n e e r s : Chipley: from .Home. *Medical, i crat papers wil b
TION ON December 30, Manager (800)257-4161. Mike 1204 Mayhaw Lane South *Business, *Paralegal, ,ered together. (
2009 UNLESS THE BACK As published in the Wash- Lofton, GREL#16478 of 1-10 off Falling Waters *Accounting, *Criminal in the following
TAXES ARE PAID. TO ington County News No- GAL#168 Road, Fri & Sat 7-4, Justice. Job placement lareneededs:
MAKE ARRANGEMENTS vember 7,2009. Estate and assistance. Computer I
FOR PAYMENT OR TO Notice of Public Hearing to Foreclosed Online Yard Sale available. Financial Aid Mariann
RECEIVE FURTHER IN- Revise School Board Home Auction 800+ Furniture, appliances foil- if qualified. Call Aha an
FORMATION, CONTA Policies/Procedures and Homes. Bids Open age household goods 8 8 88) 2 0 3 3 1 7 9, I Alha an
THE CLERK OF COURT Student Progression Plan 11/16, Open House: plants, tools and much www.CenturaOnline.com. Clarksvil
MME Y Washington County 4 & 5 VI more GOING OUT OF BUSI- I Individual must h,
SON AVE., SUITE 101, 652ThirdStreet-Chipley, ck 10 187 REDC/ Esate Sale. Tri County All kinds of merchandise to i bltowortati
OR TELEPHONE22 (850) December 14, 2009 at 5:30 ---. Waukasha St., Bonifay. I below 12, 7ft church iaem. hours. Thio
AMOUNT TO REDEEM p Satur day. Novmbr, pews, all kinds of hand lIpesdint p0
FOR November $ Notice is hereby given that I I gloe chins glowr & .tor and w il tl nr
2,454.27 on Monday, December 14, Fri. & Sat., 6&7. 8:00-Until. dishes, wall pictures, Ils with no
AMOUNT TO REDEEM2489 2009 at 5:30 pm., the LIVING ESTATE 3226 Hwy 77, 1 mile North canes, PA System,' necessary,
NFOR December $ 2,489.83 Washington County I AUCTION. I of Wausau. 3 family. Tools, stackable chairs.
No Personal CURRENCY ONLYAc School Board will review I EVERYTHING MUST I harness, plus size & Call for appointment @ I Com0 JO
No Personal Checks Ac- School Board GOI misses clothes, quilts, 850-547-0397 or | The
cepted.ir hk Mne Policies/Procedures and November 14, 2009. toys, much more. 850-547-4323, N H r
OCashdier's Checks, Money the Student Progression I Viewing from 8am-9am. I Diamond Jim's Auction, I NW H
Orders, and Western Un- Plan for the Washington I Estate of I Good Yard Sale. Nov. 7th, o Jarrmr tA
ion are the only other alter- County School District. Rev. Frank & Marylene 1756 Firetower Rd. East. 3 Pecan Cracking & Shell
natives accepted. The purpose and specific Willis miles south of Wausau. ing. 850-638-7810 ,, ,,,, ,,
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member 7, 7November 14, authorized, and a sum- large garage & lots of I Huge3 Family Yard Sale. i. I l,
2009 mary of the estimate of I misc stuff. McCoy glass- I Lots of everything. Sat., 54 513 A-.tfor nb may pick up
NOTICE OF APPLICATION economic impact of the I ware, occupied Japan, Nov. 7th. From 8am 2pm -.
SFORTAXDEED p r o p o s e d lots offurniture, 2002 31 ilb wants lady for companion Washington
policies/procedures 'on all Uncoln Town Car I 3rd Street. 1 block behind wants lady or companion Washington
Notice 'is hereby given, affected persons, are I w/39,000 miles. Chipley Courthouse, & friend. Bonifay, FL area, News office on
that Simon G & EW Price given. 24-7. No rent, no utilities, Ave, ChIpley,
that holder of th Price given. No buyers premium. Huge Multi Family garage no groceries. Must like ani- I
the holder of the following. Purpose Payment method VISA, sal Saturday Nov 7th mals & living In the coun- Mre Inform
certificate, has filed said To revise School Board cash, or approved sale Saturday, Nov. 7the c au try. New t railer. Non Luther Moo
f T8e00am-2:00pm at the cau- try. New trailer. Non Luther Moo
certificate fora Tax Deed Policies/Procedures to re- check, ton light n Wausau, Hwy smoker. Hurry, the holl- 850-547-94
to be issued thereon. The flect policy and statutory Hwy 79, Vemon, FL. I 77 & CR 278. days are close and don't I
certificate number and changes. Bluemoon Auctions. want to be alone. Please
year of issuance, the de- Proposed Revised Policies I Jerry Johnson, Huge Yard Sale, Novem- call 850-388-8780. Phone N EHWS H ER
scription of the property, 3.10 Administrative Organi- I FL Lic. 362, ber 6th & 7th, rain or shine call won't bite. Email @ '
and the names in which it zation Bus Lic. 205. at Grace Lutheran Church: yank7883@aol.com. Cell
was assessed are as fol- 3.50 Public Information Phone 850-258-5209. East Highway 90, Bonifay. phone 931-628-8939. 501 W. 11th S
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6100 6140
Executive Office Space Just Remodeled
for rent downtown Chipley. For rent 3 bedroom 1 1/2
All until. incl'd 638-1918 bathroom house. Large
< family rm & den. Off of Old
Bonifay Rd in Chipley.
Rent $625 deposit $500.
For Rent. Retail Store on No pets. Call
Main St., Chipley. Call 850-209-2943.
638-1918.
Publisher's
Notice

4 Bed 3 Bath $217/mol All real estate advertising in
Forecosures! 3 bdrm this newspaper is subject to
only $199/mo! Won't the Fair Housing Act which
Last 5% d, 15 yrs @ makes it illegal to advertise
Las8% awpr For Listings any preference, limitation
8% p o ns or discrimination based on
(800)366-9783 ext 5669 race, color, religion, sex,
1Bedroom apartment in handicap, familial status or
Bonifay, kitchen, living national rigin, or an inten-
diningd room. tion, to make any such pref-
room, dining room. erence, limitation or dis-
Fenced yard, water, sew- crimination" Familial status
age, garbage, included, includes children under the
Deck in back. $425.00 age of 18 living with parents
tionth. 850-547-5244 or legal custodians, preg-
nant women and people se-
1BR Apartment for rent, curing custody of children
$400 month, $100 de- under 18.
posit, includes all utilities.
547-0956. This newspaper will not
BR Apartment in Chip- knowingly accept any ad-
1BR Apartment in Chi- vertising for real estate
ley. Good location. No whichis isn violation of the
pets. 638-4640. law. Our readers are hereby
For rent Sleepy Hollow informed that all dwellings
Duplex Apartments ,:,, ,, ,,,.
HUD not accepted. :.-,,,,-,, .:..:
3BR/1BA. Water, garbage,. ,,, ,,,T-,,'.:
lawn care included. Spa- HI.,' .:. I.
cious, energy efficient with i,,,, -:-7 r,-
private yard. '" '' ,,,r.- r.:., i,
850-638-7128. "" 1
For Rent: 2BR/2BA Town
house. Non Smoker, refer-
ences, Highway 79, Boni-
fay. 850-547-3494 or .., -T
850-532-2177
Furnished 1BR Apart-
ment. $380 a month. Free
water, sewage & garbage. 6150 I
1-888-744-4793. I 6150
ONE, TWO, & THREE
Bedrooms.
Convenient location.
Downtown Chipley. Wanted: Roommate,
No lease. No pets. .. area 'i,, H ,i
638-3306. 5,-9.'.- 3:' ,
STHERNEW RIDGE
I WOOD APARTMENTS "
I Studio $300, 2BR $450. I 6170 I
| Includes city utilities and i 1,BR Furnished Camper
I pest control :, V: a [a ir -3, 4.- e ?eR
850.5S7-7732 1I2,, 'MH unlur,-,,h.re,
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3BR'2BA Doublewide 2BR Mobile Home.
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i 325 ,:,-.r, P,:.r-:e de 2BR I';BA Mobile r,.:.,T,
Lear, area, Call1 :'r .'eri n iear Cr.pl.y
51:1 s59-911 t t3-c 8 -16689
For Rent. 3BR 1.5BA 36R.'BA, MH aor eril
CHIA i.t.ii pluhi d p)-.1 HMnior.n Crozii..adi ';a
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iJBR, '. A .Ar,-iLiA 3BR'2BA Doublewide
r, ow i% 1 ,71 T 'h.,I Lare. :l ,'riri inI. ler.: 3d
is-j y^_',^, r,3 't .t'.0 plu-:, d Poo,'.
Home for sale :.r r-,I 3 ., ,: a.i C.31 1 1.' 17i6 N ,O
Ig3u:s ,5 ,i ,:311 A n ,' Fr.-1 ___
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7 ACRE RANCHETTE
Charming rustic style 1,610 SF home
w/qep. building w/loft. 3 stall horse barn w/tack room.
Seller says "lotta" deer. Plenty of roaming room
MLS 397215 $299,900.
Adjacent 60 acres reduced to $180,000,.MLS 397217.






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Tax Service. Open 5 days
a week. 8am to 5pm. Call
(850)638-1483








Stricklen's Carpentry.
Decks, Porches, New
Editions, Remodeling,
Demolition, Utility
Buildings, Pump Sheds,
Roof Work
(Shingles & Metal).
Call 850-535-0203.


Carpentry, pressure wash-
ing, lawn care, patio & win-
dow re-screening, great
rates. (850)638-4492



SOD & SEED on the farm,
delivered or installed. Cen-
tipede St. Augustine Ber-
muda. West Florida Turf
(850) 415-0385; 638-4860.
Established 1980



For Rent first in Chipley,
Mini Warehouses. If you
don't have the room, "We
Do" Lamar Townsend
(850)638-4539, north of
Townsends.


Have Backhoe, heavy
duty trailer & dump truck.
Can clear land, dig out
tree stumps, small ponds,
haul dirt. Reasonable
prices. Call Jim @
850-638-4350. Leave
mess.



B&M Mower Repair &
Service. Quality work at a
fair price. Pickup & Deliv-
ery Available. Bill or Mary
(850)638-4492
Sewing Machine and Vac-
uum Cleaner Repair, guar-
anteed service on all
makes and models. Free
estimates. Western Auto,
216 N. Waukesha, Bonifay.
547-3910


For Rent large 3 BR/ 2 BA
Doublewide. in Bonifay.
No Pets, Call cell #
850-373-8938
For Rent. Mobile Homes.
2BR/2BA, $450 per month,
$150 deposit. 2BR/1BA,
CH/A, $550 per month,
$150 deposit. Very clean,
nice area. 850-638-7009.
For Rent: 2 & 3 bed-
room mobile homes in
Bonifay. Call
850-547-3462 A

For Rent: 2 & 3 bed-
'room mobile homes in
Bonifay. Call
850-547-3462 1
For Rent: 2BR/2BA Mo-
bile home, $400. month
plus deposit. Water, Sew-
age & garbage provided.
850-547-4232
Mpblle Homes in Cot-
tondale on Sapp Rd, 8 mi-
les E. of Chipley. 3br, 2ba,
& 2br, 2ba, avail. Total
elec. (850)-258-4868 or
850-209-8847
www.charloscountryliving.c
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Transmitter Mobile Home
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Circle J Mobile Home Park
in Chipley, 850-691-9224
921 N 2nd St.; & Graceville
5262 Alabama St. 2&3 /BR
units for rent, starting @
$350 per mo For info call
850-691-9224
Two, 3BR Mobile Homes
for rent. Call after 5pm.
547-3993.



A Bank Repo for Salel
5 Br $25,0001 Only
$225/Mol 3 Br $12,5001
Only $199/Mo! 5%
down 30 years @ 8%
apr. for listings
(800)366-9783 ext 5853
Land & Home Package
5.5+ acres, 3BR/2BA
Home. Well & Septic
Allowance included
$105,000
For Info: 850-638-1701


Excellent location for
retirement or relocation
Nicb house, fenced
pasture on 61 acres.
2197 Co. Rd. 2242,
Goshen, AL. (near Troy)
To be sold at auction at
Pike County Courthouse
on Nov..17, 2009 at 11am
or earlier upon price
agreement.
Contact
Attorney Joe W. Adams
334-774-5533.


DRASTICLY
REDUCED
BELOW APPRAISAL
Last chance for 1st time
homebuyers to get 8K
back on taxes;
Govt. program ends
Nov. 31th, 2009.
Also owner help w/down
payment losingg fees.
Chipley, 2/3BR/2BA, like
brand new, beautiful
fenced lot w/pond on
3 acres. $139,000, OBO.
314-346-3303.


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17 + acres in
Chipley
14-yr-old planted pines;
driveway/homesite cleared
& destumped. pond .&
some fencing. Located 3
miles N of Chipley.
$99,000. 850-638-2338.
%2 ACRE cleared lot on
Dogwood Lakes golf
course, lake view, paved
road, $30,000.
850-547-9383
Land For Sale: 6 + acres
on Yates Settlement Road,
Washington County. Large
oaks, high & dry, quiet
country living, yet close to
town. For more informa-
tion, Call day;
850-547-5070 ask for Mar-
yAnn, Night; 850-573-0253
ask Michael



Lot In Chipley city limits,
$1500., 2 acres in Jacob,
$4900. Stephanie Bradley,
Tri-County Realty
850-541-1099. or
850-956-3040


| 7150 I
'Defuniak" Springs, 4"
I acre lots in city limits.
I All utilities available. i
1 $1000. down and $250.
month. 850-699-3599
T1o 5 acres & One 10 ac-
res on Buddy Rd. One 10
acres & One 13 acres on
Gainer Rd. Owner financ-
ing For more info call Mil-
ton Peel @ 850-638-1858.




Police Impounds!
Honda 1999 Civic
$200! Nissan 2001
Altima $350! Ford 2001
Taurus $700! For list-
ings call (800)366-9813
ext 9275




1989 Jeep with 2 tops. 4.2
liter motor, 4x4. $5000.
2-Stall Horse trailer with 2
front-side doors & ramps,
double axal. $2500.
850-773-2550,
850-596-0795.


2002 Ford Ranger XLT.
63,000 miles. $7,000. Call
Renae @ 638-0929.



For Sale. 2006 Yamaha
Morphous Scooter. 250cc
with 130 miles. $4,200.
850-638-0659.



8210

14 foot fiberglass boat &
trailer, trolling motor, cen-
ter console looks like Bos-
ton whaler,' $1200. or
OBO. 850-830-7653



35' Dutch Star, slide
put, generator, leveling
system, awning, free
standing dinette, 2 TVs,
microwave, near new
inside, good outside,
low miles, $25,900.
Vernon (850) 835-5143
or (850) 585-7164


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