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Vernon JROTC wins 4 awards at county drill meet





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SATURDAY, JANUARY 17, 2009 1 Section, 6 Pages w w w. chiple y pape r. com Volume 85


NEWS

Free flu shots
help prepare
community for
health disaster
The Washington
County Health
Department will be
holding a special public
health emergency
preparedness exercise
from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Saturday, Jan. 24. The
purpose of the exercise,
which will be held
inside the Walmart
Supercenter in Chipley,
is to test the ability to
vaccinate citizens in a
community setting.
Your participation ..
is vital to help simulate
real-world conditions'
for our local emergency
responderss. You
also will be helping
to protect yourself,
your family and your
community'from the flu.
Requirements:
You must be 18 years
of age or older.
Name, date of birth,
photo ID and address
will be obtained prior to
vaccine being given.
As a thank you for
your participation, you
will receive your annual
flu shot at no cost. Walk
in any time between
10 a.m. and 2 p.m. No
registration needed.
Limited quantity of
vaccine is available.
For questions call
the Washington County
Health Department at
(850) 638-6240.



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Left to right: Dr. Sandra Cook honors School Related Employee Judy Carter, Teacher of
the Year Johnny Booth, and Rookie Teacher Elizabeth Nelson. More photos under Photo
Gallery and in Wednesday's paper.





Top of the class


Booth named teacher of year


JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afelsberg@chipleypaper.com
CHIPLEY Johnny Booth of
Roulhac Middle School was
named Washington County
Teacher of the Year Thursday
night at the annual Washing-
ton County School Board Em-
ployee Recognition Banquet
at Vernon High School.
Judy Carter of the Chipley
bus garage was named School
Related Employee of the Year
and Elizabeth Nelson of Roul-
hac Middle School was hon-
ored as Rookie Teacher of the
Year.
Superintendent Dr. Sandra
Cook honored the nominees.
"I am totally blown away by
the dedication of our employ-


State: Former


restauranter


failed to pay


sales tax

CHIPLEY The former owner of a Chipley
restaurant was arrested Jan. 9 on charges
that she failed to pay state sales taxes and
refused to pay sales taxes collected from
customers and failed to send to the state.
Sue Ann Foster, 51, of Panama City is the
former owner of Hutch's Restaurant and
Oyster Bar at 1320 Jackson Ave. Foster sold
the business in October 2008.
Foster turned herself in to the Washing-
ton County Sheriff's Office on felony and
misdemeanor charges related to failure to
file tax returns and pay taxes, according to
the news release from the Department of
Revenue.
If convicted, Foster faces up to five years
in prison and up to $5,000 in fines, as well
According to, Revenue Department investi-
gators, Foster routinely collected tax from
customers. During periods in 2007 and 2008,
however, she failed to file tax returns and
send the state all of the sales taxes she col-
lected. Under state law, sales tax is property
of the state at moment of collection.


ees," she said. "How proud we
are to have them as employ-
ees of the Washington County
School Board."
Booth praised the team-
work of his fellow teachers.
"It's all the teachers in my
group a combination of
them," he said. "They're in-
spiring."
"I'm just so surprised,"
Carter said. She has had the
Falling Waters State Park
Road and part of Clayton Road
route since May 2002. "I have
a lot of good kids on my bus."
Nelson is the daughter of
2009 District Teacher of the
Year Kathleen Nelson, who
gave the invocation. "She is a
huge inspiration to me," Eliza-
beth said. The two learned to-
gether as teachers, she said.


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The School Board and the
Washington County Cham-
ber of Commerce presented
plaques to all the nominees.
Also, letters of appreciation
were presented by Field Rep-
resentative Helen Hunt Rig-
don on behalf of U.S. Rep. Jeff
Miller. In addition, the three
winners will be honored by
Miller in the Congressional
Record.
Dinner was provided by
Chartwell and the Vernon Key
Club served dinner. The Ver-
non JROTC posted colors.
Booth and Carter will now
move on as part of the state
competition for teacher and
employee of the year.
More coverage at chipley-
paper.com and in Wednesday's
Washington County News.


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Charges:


3 teens

vandalized


Sunny Hills

JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afelsberg@chipleypaper.com
CHIPLEY Multiple
charges are pending on
three individuals involving
a wave of vandalism that
swept through Sunny Hills
last fall. The information
was released Thursday by
Washington County Sher-
iff's Office.
Investigator Kenny
Brock said information
from a source led to the ar-
rests of Ronald Matthew
Hogan, 18, -
of Panama More
City; Jer- online
emiah Lee
Hill, 18, of Get
Chipley, and Updatl:ed
a 16-year- coverage
old juvenile. of this
There are story at
25 misde- paper.co
meanor
charges ..
(damage
less than
$1,000) and
two felony charges.
"It was just for the
thrill," Brock said. "They
just drove by, jumped
out and broke windows,"
among other damage.
The vandalism occurred
on the nights of Nov. 28-29,
Dec. 14-15 and Dec. 16, 2008
through the following week-
end. Damage was done to
mailboxes, houses, vehicles
and the greens at the golf
course. The suspects alleg-
edly mademultiple hits on
various locations, and most
of the victims of the prop-
erty damage are senior
citizens, Brock said.
See more coverage as
the case develops at chi-
pleypaper.com and upcom-
ing editions of the Washing-
ton County News.


CECILIA SPEARS
The ribbon is
cut opening
,the new
West Florida
Baptist
Association
building on
Brickyard
Road
that was
dedicated
in memory
of Lamar
Townsend.


Building honors Lamar Townsend


CECILIA SPEARS
StaffWriter
cspears@chipleypaper.com
CHIPLEY Washington
County Chamber of Com-
merce held a ribbon cutting
Jan. 10 for the new West Flor-
ida Baptist Association build-
ing on Brickyard Road that
was dedicated in memory of
Lamar Townsend.
Townsend was born Dec.
22, 1932, and passed away
June 29, 2008, at the age of 74.


He was a deacon of the Hol-
mes Creek Baptist Church and
a past Sunday school teacher,
active in Gideons, a member
of Chipley Lions Club, Cham-
ber of Commerce, Relay for
Life, a board member of Capi-
tol City Bank and a member of
the Florida Baptist Conven-
tion Disaster Relief Ministry.
He also owned and operat-
ed the Townsend Truss plant.
"This building was named
in honor of him so that we
should never forget the fine


example Lamar Townsend
set that all of us can aspire
to," said the Rev. Tim Steele,
pastor of the Holmes Creek
Baptist Church. "And it is
to remind us, every time we
use this building, to keep the
strength he had shown so well
and graciously."
The building will be used
to aid in disaster relief. The
West Florida Baptist Men in
cooperation with the Florida
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BONIFAY Vernon JROTC participated Alex Anderson was awarded first place
in a drill meet Jan. 10 at Holmes County in the knockout drill competition, and Ver-
High School. The following cadets partici- non High School JROTC drill team took
pated: Brandon Williams, Meagan Adams, second in the Regulation Unarmed Squad
Samantha Davis, Alex Anderson, RJ Ta- competition, third place in the Color Guard
tum, Jessica Emanuel, Melanie Keller and and second place in the Regulation Armed
Steven Jackson. Squad competition.


Nicole P. Barefield, Publisher
Jay Felsberg, Managing Editor
Cameron Everett, Production Supervisor.
Brad Goodyear, Composition Supervisor
Zola Anderson, Office Manager
The News is published every.Wednesday and Saturday by
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Chipley, FL 32428. Periodicals postage paid at Chipley,
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Can't enough of the
insightful commentary
by Michael Reagan,
Bill Steigerwald, Tom
Purcelle and others? You
can find
them all at
chipleypaper.com


Plans for MLK Day Parade under way


CECILIA SPEARS
StaffWriter
cspears@chipleypoper.com
CHIPLEY Fresh Start Anti-Drug
Coalition of Washington County is
putting on the fourth Annual Dr.
Martin Luther King, Jr. Parade Jan.
.19 at 10 a.m.
Line-up is at the Old Chipley High
School at 9 a.m. with no pre-registra-
tion required.
The parade will start at 10 a.m.


The City of Chipley would like to thank the
following people & businesses in our community
for your generous donations for our 2008
Christmas Party:
* City Administrator, Mayor & Council Members
* Baskerville-Donovan, Inc.
* Gustason & Davis Financial Services, Inc.
* Poly Engineering Firm
* West Point Stevens
* Haskell Company
* Chavers-Brock
* Rustin Vault & Monument Co.
* The Westerner
* Townsend Building Supply
* Chipley Hardware
* Badcock Furniture & More
* Chocolate Gallery
* Historic Chipley Antique Mall
* Alabama Peanut Mill


from Philip Rountree Memorial Sta-
dium and take Hwy 90 to SR 77 then
will turn down Church Street back
to Second Street and take Railroad
Avenue back to the stadium. From
there it's on to the T.J. Enrichment
Center for a program of singing,
speeches and refreshments.
This year's parade theme is "Live
the Dream," and first through third
place trophies will be given to the
floats that best represent this theme


and "reflect the dream of Dr. King."
Speakers include Rev. Thomas
Smith, Rev. Nelson Wilson, Dr. Thel-
ma Wood, Rev. Larry Brown, Rev.
Malcolm Nelson, Dr. Bobbie Dawson
and Evangelist B. Shipes.
For more information on purchas-
ing a t-shirt contact the Fresh Start
Anti-Drug Coalition at 638-7884, for
information on. the event or meeting
contact the Fresh Start Anti-Drug Co-
alition or Reverend Smith at 260-2323.


TOWNSEND from page 1
Baptist Convention Disaster Relief Ministry sponsored the
dedication and ribbon-cutting ceremony.
The welcome speech and opening prayer was given by
the Rev. Alcus Brock, director of missions; a brief history
of Townsend was given by Richard Gilbert, Disaster Relief
regional director and Jerry Obert, West Florida Disaster
Relief (Recovery Unit) director; dedication remarks were
given by the Rev. Steele; the dedication prayer was given
by Sam Hagan, the West Florida Disaster Relief (Feeding
Unit) director; with the ribbon-cutting by Lamar's wife of
55 years, Jeanette Townsend.
After the ribbon cutting, the crowd had the opportunity
to speak about Lamar, reminiscing about the time spent
with Lamar during his involvement with the disaster relief
and his deep involvement with all those who knew him.
More coverage is online at chipleypaper.com.


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Saturday, January 17, 2009


LITERACY WEEK

Florida celebrated its
first Literacy Week, and
local schools were no
exception. Sheriff Bobby
Haddock read "The
Pig That Ran The Red
Light" to Mrs. Bunge's
kindergarten class and
Mrs. Wiggins' first-
grade class Thursday.
More coverage online at
chipleypaper.com and in
Wednesday's paper.

PHOTOS BY JAY FELSBERG


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Adoption or Foster
Care Meeting
BONIFAY Life Man-
agement Center will be of-
fering a free informational
session to those individu-
als and couples who have
a desire to learn more
about expanding their
current family in a foster
care or adoption capacity.
This session will take
place at 6 p.m. Thursday,
Jan. 22, at the Life Man-
agement Center, 310 Byrd
Ave. -in Bonifay.
A free training course
will begin the following
week to prepare individu-
als and couples to care
for our community's most
vulnerable children who
have a need for a loving
and structured home.
For more information,
call Christie Bascetta, toll
free, at 1-866-769-9481.

Tri-County Coon
Hunter's meeting
SALEM Tri-County
Coon Hunter's Association
will meet at 7 p.m. Jan. 19
in the Salem Community
Center on County 162,
3 miles west of State 77.
All past and present
members are encouraged
to attend. For details, call
209-7906 or 248-8795.

Five Points Crime
Watch
FIVE POINTS The Jan-
uary Crime Watch meet-
ing will be held at 6 p.m.
Thursday, Jan. 22, in the
Five Points Recreation
Center. A keynote speaker
from the sheriff's office is
scheduled. A covered dish
meal will be served after
the meeting.
Five-Point Crime Watch
meets every fourth Thurs-


day. For more informa-
tion, contact Henry Day at
535-2657.

New bridge in
Chipley
CHIPLEY There will be
a ribbon cutting ceremo-
ny for the new Alligator
Creek Bridge on Old Boni-
fay Road, just west of Chi-
pley, at 10 a.m. Jan. 23.

Chipley City Council
meets
CHIPLEY Chipley City
Council will meet at 5 p.m.
Tuesday, Jan. 20, in the
City Hall Council Cham-
bers at 1442 Jackson Ave.,
Chipley.

Senior Day in
Tallahassee
CHIPLEY Washington
County Council on Aging
Seniors will spend a day
at the capitol on March 11.
On the agenda will be free
health screenings, per-
forming artists, music and
dancing, a noon program
featuring state officials and
a walking tour of the his-
toric capital. A complimen-
tary lunch will be served.
Seating is limited, so
call Debra at 628-6217 to
reserve a seat. Cost is $10
for transportation.

Dance classes
MARIANNA The Gath-
ering Place Foundation
will sponsor dance class-
es at Jim's Buffet on Jan.
17 at 1 p.m. for children
ages up to 15 years and
at 2 p.m. for adults age 16
and up. Cost is $6 per per-
son. Proceeds to benefit
local charities. For more
information, call Lila at
526-4561.


Judy L. Corbus,
Multi-County
Extension
agent, Family
& Consumer
Sciences, from
the Washington
and Holmes
Counties
Extension
Service, about
potential
hazards to your
credit rating
and how to
prevent and
repair credit
score problems.


Kiwanis hears how to improve credit rating


CHIPLEY The Chipley
Kiwanis Club heard from
Judy L. Corbus, with
Washington and Holmes
Counties Extension Ser-
vice, about potential haz-
ards to your credit rating
and how to prevent and
repair credit score prob-
lems.
Corbus explained that
a number, called a Beacon
score, reflects your credit
rating. A Beacon score of
760 or higher is considered
excellent, while a score
between 620 and 650 is av-
erage. A score lower than
620 might cause problems
when trying to buy or refi-
nance a home.
Explaining that the
three main credit-report-
ing companies are Equifax,
Experian and TransUnion,
Corbus pointed out that by
law, every consumer is al-
lowed to get one free credit
report from each service
annually. She noted that
these agencies can make
mistakes and errors might


be more avoidable or more
easily repaired than we re-
alize. Corbus also pointed
out that frequent applica-
tion for credit cards is a
very common reason for
the lowering of your Bea-
con score (also known as
FICO score).
If you wish to discon-
tinue receiving unsolicited
credit card offers through
the mail, you may call 888-
5-OPT-OUT (888-567-8688).
More information is avail-
able at www.MyFICO.com.
Corbus mentioned that
using a method called
Power Pay, a system
which, as you pay off the
smaller outstanding credit
balances you allocate the
same monthly amount
to paying off your entire
debt, will appreciably save


both the time it takes to
get out of debt, as well
as the interest paid over
time.
There will be a series
of educational seminars
held in Jackson, Holmes
arid Washington counties
on these subjects on the
following dates: Jan. 27, Ag
Center in Chipley; Feb. 2,
Ag Center in Bonifay; Feb.
5, Ag Center in Marianna.
There is a $5 pre-registra-
tion fee for these semi-
nars-.
The Cooperative Ex-
tension Service is nation-
wide and was established
by the Smith-Lever Act of
1914. It is a partnership
between state land grant
universities, the United
States Department of
Agriculture (USDA) and


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the county governments
throughout the nation. All
of these groups share in
the planning, financing
and operation of extension
programs. The University
of Florida administers the
Cooperative Extension
Service in Florida.
The Washington
County Extension Office
is located in the Washing-
ton County Agricultural
Center, 1424 Jackson Ave.
(Hwy 90), Suite A, in Chi-
pley. To reach the Exten-
sion office,call 638-6180.
The Kiwanis Club of
Chipley has been serving
the youth of Washington
County for more than 67
years, and last year pro-
vided financial support
to more than 30 recipient
groups and activities.


Welcomes to the Staff

TERESA L. MOORE, ARNP
Board Certified in Family Practice
Health Care for the Whole Family
Including Pap Smears and
Preventive Health Care

CALL FOR APPOINTMENT
Monday-Friday 8am 5pm

(850) 638-1230


News BRIEFS


ROULHAC MIDDLE SCHOOL ANNOUNCES SPELLING BEE WINNERS
SPELLING BEE WINNERS
Firs: Eighth Grade
First: Mary Bowen
Second: Makaela
'Cassady
Third: Jack Daniels.
Seventh Grade
.First: Sarah Gilbert
SSecond: Christina
_-Williams
"M(A. Third: Robin Harr
Seventh and eighth grade
-.winners competed in.the
Washington County District
Spelling Bee held at 9 a.m.
Friday, Jan. 16, in the RMS
lgiilJ library.
SUBMITTED PHOTOS Sixth Grade
First: Bradley Hall
Second: Mary-Rosalyn
,Taylor,
Third: Kenzey Aukema.
Fifth Grade
First: Yani Hopkins
Second: Colby Williams
Third: Jachi Brown
Alternate: Jaren Miller.

Fifth and sixth grade
S.winners competed in the
Si' i Washington County District
Spelling Bee held Thursday,
Jan. 15. More spelling bee
S. coverage at chipleypaper.com
A. .... and in Wednesday's paper





Saturday, January 17, 2009


NASCAR


Washington County News I A4


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stay in 19
Allmendinger drove GEM's
No. 10 car for the final five
races of the 2008 season,
posting a top finish of 11th.
The news came on the
same day that Gillett
Evernham Motorsports and
Petty Holdings announced an


file suit to get back agreement in princi-
into the car unless a ple to form a new
settlement was Cup team.
reached. In May, NASCAR.COM's
Sadler signed a con- ,.e .., David Caraviello
tract extension with .', reported a change to
GEM through 2010. the team name,
"We had some dif- R which will reflect
ferences; we're a Petty's, will come at
family," GEM CEO a later date.
Tom Reddin told The team has four
MRN Radio last Sadler cars: The Nos. 9, 19


Friday. "We love
Elliott. We got everything
resolved. We were together
[Thursday], talking, and it's
done."
Although A.J.
Allmendinger's business
manager said last month that
the former Red 'Bull driver
was 'close to inking a new
deal to take over the No. 19
car, GEM officials had not
publicly announced Sadler's
departure or a replacement.


ARCA losing
Re/Max International
will end its title sponsorship
of the ARCA Series follow-
ing the 2009 season.
The real estate company
on Wednesday cited the eco-
nomic crisis as its reason 'for
ending a relationship it
began in 2001. Re/Max will
reduce its sponsorship role
in the series to presenting
sponsor beginning in 2010.
"In business, we are all
called upon to make difficult
decisions, and the decision
to. reduce our role from
series title sponsor to pre-
senting sponsor has been
very, very difficult to say the
least," said Randy Morse,
vice president of Re/Max
International.
"Economic conditions
continue to present chal-


and 43 all finished in
the top 35 in owner points
last season and are guaran-
teed a starting position in the
first five races of 2009.
The No. 10 car finished
37th in owner points.
A team release said, "The
new team plans to run a
fourth Dodge in eight races
in the 2009 season including
the Budweiser Shootout with
additional races contingent
on sponsorship."


title sponsor
lenges to all segments of the
business community, and
especially those in the real
estate industry," ARCA pres-
ident Ron Drager said. "The
challenge Re/Max faces led
them to inform us of their
need to address a change in
our relationship."
The ARCA Series is a
second-tier league that,
while not associated with
NASCAR, often runs as a
companion race to the Cup
Series.
It's season-opening race
is .held in conjunction with
the Daytona 500, and sever-
al open-wheel stars have
competed in ARCA events
to get comfortable with
stock cars. ARCA began
. crowning a champion in
1953.


ROY Smith finds a ride for 09


Smith crossed the finish
line first, but NASCAR
demoted him to 18th place
for passing Tony Stewart on
the final lap below
the yellow "out-of-
bounds" line that
separates the racing
surface from the
apron. NASCAR
declared Stewart the
winner.
Smith's best offi-
cial finish last year
was 14th at
Martinsville in Sn
March and at Bristol
in August. He competed in
34 of 36 races in the No. 01
Dale Earnhardt Inc.
Chevrolet, having surren-
dered his seat to road-course
ace Ron Fellows at Infineon


and Watkins Glen. Smith fin-
ished every race he started,
the first time a Cup rookie
has accomplished that feat.
Regan Smith will
compete in 12 races
for Colorado-based
Furniture Row
Racing in 2009, start-
ing with the season-
opening Daytona
-'' 500, the team
a n n o u n c e d
Wednesday.
Smith edged Sam
nith Hornish Jr. for 2008
Raybestos Rookie of
the Year honors in
NASCAR's Sprint Cup
Series, but he gained more
recognition for his contro-
versial finish at Talladega
Superspeedway on Oct. 5.


Scott Speed to drive for Waltrip


The Nationwide schedule
for MWR's No. 99 Toyota
proves again the cooperative
spirit throughout the Toyota
camp, as Waltrip said he'll
split most of the schedule
with Red Bull Racing new-
comer Scott Speed.
"I'll do the.majority of the
races along with Scott, and
when I drive, Aaron's or


Best Western will be on the
. car and when Scott's in it,
it'll be a Red Bull car,"
Waltrip said. "We've got two
or three [of the 35] races that
are unsponsored at this
time."
There was no mention of
David Reutimann doing any
Nationwide races despite his
seventh-place finish in the


Ryan Newman (right) stands with a representative of the U.S. Army and his new team owner and boss Tony
Stewart as they unveil the U.S. Army as the sponor of Newman, who will pilot the second car for Stewart-Hass
Racing this season. Ironically, if was Newman who edged Stewart at the finish line to claim last year's Daytona
500.



NASCAR's new recruit


The competition might need saving from this Private Ryan


By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazette.com

Ryan Newman edged
Tony Stewart to win the
Daytona 500 last season.
Ironically, the pair now
share a relationship of boss
and employee.
Newman, who has driven
his entire career with Penske
Racing, will be driving a
Chevy Impala SS for
Stewart-Hass Racing 'in
2009.
Would there be any orders
if it comes down to the two
Indiana natives for the final
lap of the 2009 Daytona
500?
"Well, if we had to do the
same thing last year and
replay it, I would anticipate
Tony pulling up in front of
my line and I would push
Tony ahead, knowing that 1
would be his teammate,"
said Newman. "Either way,
Tony knows I am a racer and
I know he is a racer, and
we'll race until the end, but
we'll not sacrifice each oth-
ers performance to do that.
That is the most important
thing."
Now that Newman has left
the Dodge camp and is driv-
ing a Chevy, what are his
chances of defending his
title?
"I am confident coming
out of the box that we'll be a
contender at the Daytona
500," said Newman. "I feel
that there's going to be some
things that we'll have to
learn, but I think as a group,
with our team, with the U.S.
Army Chevrolet, the people
that we have with Tony
Gibson and his group that
came over from DEI and all
the other people that were"
there from Hass Racing that
we'll be competitive.
"Secondly, goal wise our
goal is for both cars to make
it into the chase. Once we're
in the Chase, we'll determine
how much of a contender we
are for the championship."
But Newman is not ready
just yet to relinquish his


Ryan Newman might have been all smiles after winning the Daytona 500 to start
the season. But after that win, things went down hill quickly for the South Bend,
Ind., driver who will now drive for friend and fellow racer Tony Stewart.


Daytona title.
"I wish the year hadn't passed already
because it was pretty cool," said Newman.
"I'm ready to defend it but I'm not sure I
want to give up the title because I've got a 1
in 43 chance of doing that."
Now that you are sponsored by the U.S.
Army, what have you done to interact with


your new sponsor?
"I went to Ft. Bragg with some of the
members of the team," said Newman. "That
was really a treat. It was a lot of fun, shot
some guns, and did some simulation things.
"To be the driver for the U.S. Army
Chevrolet is an honor for me, and to see some
of their technology and safety is pretty neat."


Sadler will
Elliott Sadler will drive
Gillett Evernham
Motorsports' No. 19 Dodge
in 2009.
Sadler had fought a possi-
ble ouster at GEM, and the
driver's attorney told
reporters that Sadler would


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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR WASHINGTON
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO.
67-2008-CA-000243
DIVISION
PHH MORTGAGE COR-
PORATION,
Plaintiff,
vs.
GERALD L. GOODMAN, et
al,
Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF RESCHED-
ULED FORECLOSURE
SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to an Or-
der Rescheduling Foreclo-
sure Sale dated Jan. 6,
2009 and entered in Case
No. 67-2008-CA-000243 of
the Circuit court of the


1100 1100 1100 110,0 1170 I
FOURTEENTH Judicial Deputy Clerk SESSED : Adlin L. Brown CONTACT THE CLERK OF Appox. 1 year old male
Circuit in and for WASH- As published in the Wash- Said property being in the COURT, Attn. TAX DEEDS, Blue Healer mix found east
INGTON County, Florida ington County News Janu- county of Washington, RO. BOX 647 OR 1293 of Chipley. Free to good
wherein PHH MORTGAGE ary 17, 24, 2009. State of Florida, Unless JACKSON AVE, BLDG home. 638-4228.
CORPORATION, is the such certificated shall be 100, CHIPLEY FL 32428,_
Plaintiff and GERALD L. NOTICE OF APPLICATION redeemed according to PHONE (850) 638-6008
GOODMAN; JESSICA FOR TAX DEED the law, the property de- EXT 224.
GOODMAN; TENANT #1 Notice is hereby given, scribed shall be sold to the AMOUNT TO REDEEM 't
N/K/A ERIC JOHNSON are that BM Wright the holder highest bidder at the court- FOR January $ 2,575.91 (
the Defendants, I will sell of the following certificate, house'door on February AMOUNT TO REDEEM
to the highest and best has filed said certificate for 25, 2009 at 10:00 AM. FOR February $ 2,609.46
bidder for cash at FRONT a Tax Deed to be issued Dated this 19 day of De- IN U.S. CURRENCY ONLY,
STEPS OF THE WASH- thereon. The certificate cember, 2009. No Personal Checks s a
INGTON COUNTY number and year of issu- LINDA HAYES COOK Accepted. Cashier's
COURTHOUSE at ance, the description of CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT Checks, Money Orders,
11:00A.M., on the 9 day of the property, and the COURT, WASHINGTON and Western Union are the 2100-Pets
Feb., 2009, the following names in which it was as- COUNTY, FL. only other alternatives 2110 Pets: Free to
described property as set sessed are as follows : BY: J C Rogers, accepted. Good Home
forth in said Final Judg- CERTIFICATE NO. 1801 Deputy Clerk As published in the Wash- 2120- Pet Supplies
ment: YEAR 05 Parcel # WARNING: THERE ARE ington County News Janu- Supplies
LOT 4, BLOCK 123 OF 02-0248-0005 UNPAID TAXES ON PROP- ary 10, January 17, 2140- Pets/Livestock
SUNNY HILLS UNIT ONE, DESCRIPTION OF PROP- ERTY WHICH YOU OWN January 24, January 31, Wanted
ACCORDING TO THE ERTY: Lot 5, Block 248, of OR HAVE LEGAL INTER- 2009.
COPLAT THERE IN OF AS RE Sunny Hills Unit 02, a sub- EST. THE PROPERTY
O EDSIN BOOK division according to the WILLBESOLDbATPUBLIC
2, PAGES 9-27, OF THE Plat thereof, as recorded in AUCTION February 25,
WAPUBLIC RECORDS OF Plat Book 2, Pages 28 2009. UNLESSTHE BACK 1110 For Sale Wood Fence
FLORIDA. through 37, of the Public TAXES ARE PAID. TO r--;--- ----'E post, mixed sizes; $3. &
A 4 CAREYBOULE- Records of Washington MAKE ARRANGEMENTS SELL! $4. each, New post. 29'
VARD, CHIPLEY, FL. County, Florida. FOR PAYMENT OR FUR- Get Your Classified Ad Fleetwood travel taller.
32428VARD NAME IN WHICH AS- THEIR INFORMATION, in l Good for hunting camp.
32428 . | COLOR!. I $200. 850-894-0265 o.
Any person claiming an in- Call CoL fo $0.850-894-0265 o
terest in the surplus from- Callnow fno details 850-590-3479
the sale, if any, other than CLASSIFIED AD I 638-0212 I Hay fr Sale
the property owner as of AS Hay for Sale
the date of the Us Pend- DEADLI N ES or
547-9414 Tifton 9, fertilized 4x5 rolls,
ens must file a claim within L $35.00 each,
sixty (60) days after the Deadline for classified ads 1-334-726-2706
sale. 1-334-726-3695
WITNESS MY HAND and is Monday at 12 Noon for 1-850-956-2240
the seal of this Court on the Wednesday papers and LOST DOG; American
Jan. 7, 2009. LOST DOG; American
Linda H. Cook Thursday at 12 Noon for the Bulldog, white & Brindle Registered Brangus bulls
Clerk of the CircuitCourt Weekend Edition. Auburn collar, last seen in for sale, several 2 year old
BY; K. McDaniel Saturday Weekend Edition. Westville, answers to Dixie. and coming 2 year olds.
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3100 Antiques B&B Furniture 1342 North
3110 Appliances RR Avenue, Chipley. We
3130 Auctions pay cash for clean, quality
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3220 Furniture move. Wood deck 8x16 prices. P&S Discount Fur-
3230 Garage/Yard Sales $250., Holmes County. niture, hipley. (Since
3240- Guns 850-548-4726 1973) 850-638-4311
3250 Good Things to Eat
3260 Health & Fitness
3270 Jewelry/Clothing
3280 Machinery/ Call To Place
Equipment An Ad In Classifieds.
3290 Medical Equipment Washington 3230
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STraped byrAlchoh? Healthcare 3BR/1BA Brick House in 2.5 acres, 200, 4B R/2BA, Owner 6.8 acres in two 0 R/2BA, Very
For Medicaltreatment of I Springhill; Canary Rd of 100% Financing for quail- doublewide, 1800 Sq/Ft By Owner 6.8 acresintwo 14x70 2BR/2BA. Very
Alcohol usage IBehavior Program Spa- Peanut Rd in Jackson Cty. fied first time home buy- totally renovated, paved parcels corners on two clean. $17,900. 1996
Alcohol ndabusage B ehavior Program Spe- 46-5 Can ary Rd $500 er. 2BR/2BA stucco road, frontage, 1 mile frorn roads, all useable in 14x703BR/2BAw/newcar-
and abuse cialist wanted in Wash- 4645 Canary Rd. $500 ers. 2BR/2BA stucco Bonifay and 1-10. $85,000. woods near Hickory Hill. pet, paint, set-up, CH/A.
SCall 850-638-4555 ington County area. Full & month plus deposit. home, new appliances 38509 56-2642 $18,000, or $2,000. down $15,900. Call Brad @H
for once a month part-time available. One 850-209-1610. corner lot. $130,000. Pos- 850-956-2642$200./month Call Richard 850-763-7780.
treatment. year experience with be- 8n sible owner financing.@80 572637
- .. avior modification & 3BR/2BA House for rent. 850-535-0711 or @ 850547-2637 14x68 3BR/2BA. Includes
learning disabled children No, pets. Application 850-258-6018. Unbelievable price! set-up. Re installed CH
required. Background needed. Call 638-1918. Build a Site Built Home For Sale By Owner- Chip $16,900.et Call BradCH/A @
3300 check also required. Con- Aord. Large 3BR/2BA on your lo lon pved road in si de bysired 850-7637780.
Ar tine-B-hia 4x5 tact Jim Monday Friday energy efficient home. 426 2nd St., Chipley. *3BR/2BA on pbved road in desiredty ALL HOME NEEDS Is car
Argentine-Bahia 4x5; 9am to 4p.m. (850) Built in '05. $950 month 2/3BR, 2BA like brand approx. 1400 sqft Orange Hill Community. ALL HOME NEEDS is car-
$25/Roll for three (3) or 547-4415. t i 05. $0 new, beautiful wEach lot is 1.5 acres. En- pet! 28x66 Doublewide,
more. Hwy #173, Holmes 547445 plus deposit. Reference re- new, beautiful lot /pond. all fChooser $98colors,50000. tire 3 acres is partially. 3BR/2BA w/stone fire-
County 8506386951. Othe r quird. Call 850-866-1965. 45 mins. to Panama City Well, septic and cleared with scattered place, built in deck, new
or 50Fish to stock your pond or866-1965. Beach. Owner may finance appliances not oaks ready to build on one paint. Set-up included.
Fish to stock your pond or Breakman, Bonifay: Sale or rent with or give cash back. included, or both. Must sell together. "$23,900. Call Brad @
shellcracker, channel cat- Starter, Lead Outs, option, 3BR/2BA, on golf $139,900. OBO. Lowered Don't delay! Take Curent survey.00 A ust 850-763-7780.
fish, mosquito fish and & Wait Staff course, screened porch 50K. (314) 346-3303, advantage of low See $49,900 Firm.
grass carp (850)547-2215 Hiring for 2009 Season, overlooking 8th fairway, interest rates. (850)326-6782
Free Horse Manure. Aply Mon-Sun at Ebro sep. bldg for golf cart or *Integrity Homes of
Greyhound Park. storage. $800 mo + $500 Clean 3BR home for sale Chipley For Sale by owner. 2.5
for info, 596-0218. 850-234 3943 dep. 1 year lease, on 1 acre. Quite end of the 850-638-7701 acres, $500 down, $225 .
Hay for sale. Large rolls, 850-547-5044 street. New paint & carpet, per month. Also, 4.5 acres.
Argentine Bahia. $40.00. Chipley 2 br, 1 ba house, appliances, heat pump Won't Last Long! Call 535-2620.
Call 638-8823. includes CH&A, Washer/ unit. See at 1115 Page Land-Home Package.
Hay For Sale. Tifton 9 dryer water, sewer, gar- Ave., Chipley, FL. Ready to Build a Site Built Home For Sale: by Owner 6.3 T
Bahia. $35 per roll Other bage, security system, No move in. Owner finance @ on 5.6 acres acres of land on Yates Set- AUTOMOTIVE MARINE
6 3pets $600 month $3 $50,000. Call in element Rd. approximately e iCRTiocLl
3- Mystery Shoppers, get dep, 814-2625 8 5 0 7 4 8 9 6 7 5, Washington County halay between Vernon & 8110 Cars
STEEL paid to shop! Retail/dining 850-748-9676. approx. 7 miles south of Bonifay, FL. High and dry, 8120- Sports Utility Vehicles
Establishments need un- For Rent; 3BR/2BA trailer Chipley. site built or manufactured 8130 Trucks,
BUILDINGS derercover clients to judge $325. a month, Ponce de *3BR/2BA. homes accepted. Make 8140 -ans
5 Only 25x34, 30x48, quality customer service. Leon area. New flooring, For Sale; 2000, Manufac- approx. 1400 sqft. reasonable offer ask for al8150 Commercial
40x64, 45x86, 80x150 Earn up to $150. a day. kitchen and new roof. tured home, (Hud-Code), Choose your colors. 850 547-5070 day ask for 8170 Auto Paryclts
Must Move Wow! Call (888)-523-1013. 850-259-9113 28x60, 3BR/2BA, LR, den All for $124,500.00 Mary Ann, 50-573-0253, 817 Accessories
Will Sell for Balance /fireplace, specific Excellent location. night ask fr Michael. 8210- Boats
Owed/Free Delivery House for orre Well, septic and 220- Personal Watercraft
n1-800-462-7930 x20n 3BR/2BA, bonus room special ordered. To be Two 5 acres & One 10 a 8230 Sailboats
18-290 03/acuzzi, boeen house, storo moved. Call for details and appliances not Two5 acres & One 10as- 8230 Sailboats
xWanted to rent, ? a"jacuzzi, green house str appointment: $46,000.00 included, res on Buddy Rd. One 10 8240 Boat & Marine
r -Wantedtore-nt,- r age rooms & barn. $700 omn $6,01000 *n i Hacres & One 13 acres on uplviaeon
] Farm land or pasture in month plus $400 deposit. 850-548-5045 Cells: *lntegrityHomes of acres & One 13 acres on 8310 Aircraft/Aviation
1 Farm land or pasture in month plus$400depost8 5 0 3 0 5 6 2 0 1 Chipley* Gainer Rd. Owner financ- 8320 ATV/OffRoad Vehicles
I the Chipley, Vernon, I 638-8804. 50-305-6202 850-638-7701 ing For more info call Mil- 8330 Campers & Trailers
Graceville or Bonifay P I u i e --s toh Peel @ 850-638-1858. 8340 Motorhomes
area. Publisher's
Call 850-718-1859. REAL ESATE FOR RENT Notice

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For Rent Sale Chipley .. H a mont, n ,i-. ..i. ,
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A s.v,,,: i .L ..' i ..-., ,. ...., 3.7 V-6 matic, Air, Powg -
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4100 Help Wanted IN
4130.- Employm ent t ih3, I eh g, I
Informa tion bath, kitchen, parking
lot, hardwood firs. 6 1 7 0
I407-616 awood fs 2BR/1BA MH for rent.
Office Space for rent in $400 a month, includes
Administrative Dunn Building, 3 private water 3BR 1.5BA for rent.
offices, carpet, heat/air, $500 includes water Chip-
DIRECTOR Needed 2nd flooric privacy $350. ley city limits HUD ap-
For The Haven, Call Dutch 850-579 2821. proved 850-260-9795. L
Resident al Substance S=r ^'"5 2B0R tMobile Home goodCE R
program in Dothan, AL Pets 850-63-4640. 1
Master'sdegree with 1BR Apartment in Chip- 3BR/2BA 28x64 MH for E Ngn
minimum of years ley. Good location. No rent. Front & back porch. Leather, 2.4L Engine Au-
post masters pets. 638-4640. Stove, refrigerator, DW, Sunroof, tomatic, Power
experience required. W/D hook-up. $550
Send resume to 1BR/1BA Apartment for amont h plus move n de Loaded windows and
SpectraCare, rent. No pets. Application posit. Call Brian Thurman Locks Plus More
P.O. Box 1245, needed. Call 638-1918. @ 850-260-5569 or'fi
EOE 2BR/1tMBA two-story Apt 850-638-7722.EAVE U
for rent. No pets. 638-1918 3BR/2BA MH w/14x16 ,
Administrative or 850-258-5521. Master BR, 50/ft. cast iron
Receptionist Needed full Apartment for Rent: 2 tub Large deck on front.
Rtim oist Needed fullbedrooms 2 1/2 baths Near Bonifay Ete. School.
time for busy veterinary Townhouse Apartment in Call 547-3746.
cation skills required. Must Bonifay. NO pets allowed. 3BR/2BA Very nice MH
be flexible and able to Phone 850-547-3129 w/carport & laundry room,
multi-task. Call EXCEPTIONAL RATES CH/A. Smoke free environ- *All prices include owner loyalty, must finance with credit union.
850-638-4857. 602 S. Weeks St. Bonifay ment. $550 amonth plus
Automotive bdrm $400- $470/month 3BR/2BA. CH/A, in town.
Mechanics City util. &pest control in- One block to elementary 05 JEEP UBERY 4X4 ON OWNER, ALTDE.............
Mechanics cluded. New Owners, school. No pets. HUD ac-
Trawick Construction newly remodeled Call: cepted. $475 a month plus 02 CHRYSLER SEBRING m A, CE............... ,8
CO., Inc. is now 850-557-7732 deposit. 638-0560.
Hiring Mschany posits. BR/2BA 08 MAZDA 6 ATOMATIC,23KRMILES............... ........ ......... $15,988 07 CH
For rent Sleepy Hollow 3BR/2BA M o. 1 mile pJ5,9: 8 0 CHRYS
trawickconstruction.com DuplexApartments south of Bonifay., Call 96 GRAND CHEROKEE 2, ................................ 2,998 SUNROOF,
1555 South Blvd, HUD not accepted 850-373-8922. 06 NISSAN SENTRA AUMATIC,
Chipley, FL. 2BR/1BA and 3BR/1BA. 06 NISSAN SEN TR A TIC, CEN ......................... $13,888
Phone: 850-638-0429 Water, garbage, lawn care For Rent 3BR/2BA dou- 02 FORD ESCAPE 4X4 XLT 67KML........................ L CAL TRADE, I
web id 34023303 included. Spacious, en- blewide. in Bonffay. No
ergy efficient with private Pets, cell #850-373-8938 05 NISSAN ALTIMA 2.l AUTOMATIC. .......................... $131,888 A e
Drivers yard. 850-638-7128. For Rent, 2BR mobile 05 CHRYSLER 300 HEMI LOADED OUT.....................16988

needed. Local hauling S/D $350. Everything 535-2657. 02 DODGE CARAVAN ONE'OWNER, CLEAN...................... $6988 06 F350 SUPERCAB 4
Must have good driving New! Downtown Chipley, For Rent: 2 & 3 bedroom 05 TOWN & COUNTRY 45KMILES ............................. 11,840 os05 FoRD F250 SUPEE
record & class A CDL. convenient location. Rent ForlR ent Bonifay. 0M
Drug free workplace Cal includes stove, refrigera- mobile homes in Bonifay. 06 BUICK LACROSSE 31KMILIE,SIARPI.................. $13,940 03 CHEVY 1500 4X4
850 539 9484. tor, city water, sewer, gar- Call 850-547-3462
bage. Sorry no pets or Mobile Home. $300. 08 CHEVY COBALT SK MILES, GASSAVER!................... $13,888 06 DODGE RAM 4X4
Experienced mechanic HUD. 850-638-3306. month, plus $300. deposit, 04 LANDROVER DISCOVERY NIcI~ ........................... 17,888 06 FORD F250 CREW
334-684 3646 or Fex re- room apartment for rent, 850-547-2043. Leave mee CH0V1 PRIZMaiKMILES,Cu .......................................... 6,888 05 FORD F250 CREW C
sume to 334-684-3713. $500. including water sage. 05 FORD TAURUS 37K(MILES, CHEAP .................................... 8,988 00 FORD F350 FLAT I
sewer and garbage Mobile Home for rent in 03 TOYOTA CAMRY 64K MILES, CLEANI ............................. 12,840 05 FORD F250 CREW
Deposit, $450. rent. 07 MAZDA RX8 ROOF, 6-SPEED, LOADED .......................... 23,840 06 FORD F450 AUPER
must be reliable and in -t8 _0_ _47 36 _o04 SATURN ION ECONOMICAL! ................................................. -- 8,-840 08 FORD F550 CREW
good 12he~alth. Call 140 MoRBiAe amee forrent 07 CHEVYIMPAl.ALOCALONEOWNER, I1KMILES.... 15,840 03 DODGE RAM 2504
G al Washer/Dryer, CH/A, lawn service furnished. 3 04 NISSAN SENTRAAUTOMATI COLDAC .......A ... $8,840 08 FORD El5S0 CAR G
Enafree environment. No pets oneer Rd. 850-638-9933 or 06 TOYOTA COROLA25K MILES, AUTOMATIC........... 15,840 o7 FORD Fis0 KNG I
HOMELAND Very clean $500 month 850-638-3254, or 05 EXPEDITION EDDIE BAUERONEOWNER ........ 13,840 06 DODGE RAM 1500

JOBS 850-638-1272. de Mobile Homes for rent in 05 HYUNDAI TUSCON CLOTh, AUTOMATIC................ $16,940 92 DODGE DAKOTA 4
$18.37-$32.51 /HR, Now 2BR House in Downtown Cottondale on Sapp Road, 04 CHEVY SUBURBAN LT LOADED, NICE......-. 15,840 03 FORD F150 CREW
Hiring. Many positions Vernon. Fenced yard. 8 miles east of Chipley DODGE DURANGOOPOWER WINDOWS, LOCKS.. 8840 06 ToYoTA TUNDRA L
tion & Free Government Pole barn & garage. $556 available. Total electric, 02 PT CRUISER LT LEATNER, SUNROOF, LOADED.............. 9,888 05 TOYOTA TACOMA'
Assoc of Labor. 259-5096. ilwwi. cfharloscou ntryliv-
amp. ser, 2BR/1cBA House in cSoe R- / o



638-4857.feplicafin required. Smokei n m "-I -fA |

Sdost.85-2 Deprtment To Take Care Of ll Yo


Part Time Office \ I
Personnel 2BR/1BA House for rent.
needed at local financial Hwy 77 South, 3 miles off
firm. Desired skills in- Houston Rd. Call 638-1858
cdude knowledge of for info. T R .
Microsoft Word and 3BR/1BA, house with
Excel programs along beautiful wood floors on 3 7100 o'- Homes
with general computer acres with lake view and 7110 Beach Homei
skills, data entry, typing, with big oak trees 7120 P- o cli
good organizational screened in porch, Boni- 7130 -Condmo/Townhose
skills, and good fay. Only a few miles from 7140 Farms &Ranchese
telephone and in person new hospital. Background 7150 Lots and Acreage D-E
communication skills. check and references re- 7160 Molillo Homes/Lots
Send resumes to quired. smoke-free envi- 7170 Waterfronl t
RO. Box 545 ronment, no pets. Availa- Property4ea
Chipley, FL 32428 ble January 1st. $675. per 7190- Out-el-Town
or fax to month, damage deposit Real Estate * * w S t -
850-638-0205. $725. Call 850-830-7026 7200 Timeshare


I 8110

1998 Ford Escort Zx2, 2
door, green color, sunroof,
40 mpg. 104,768 miles.
Good Condition. $3,400.00
Call 850-547-2017


For Sale: 2003 Pontiac
Vibe, black with sunroof,
low miles, $7,000. or best
offer, Call 850-548-5122,
cell 850-849-2521


For Sale; 1997 Dodge
2DR Neon. $500.
638-7835.



8120

1998 Dodge Durrango,
White, 4x4, 3rd row seat-
ing. Great condition. 180K.
$4,800. Call 638-0690.



8130

1994 Chevy Silverado.
$3500 OBO. Call Garret
Sloan @ 850-363-1864.


2006 125 4-Stroke Dirt
Runner Dirt Bike.
Blue/White, like new.
$725/OBO. Call 638-3679
or 258-8264.




Suzuki 6HP out board
motor. External gas tank.
Excellent condition. $600.
Call 773-2430.



8320
For Sale: 2004 Yamaha
650cc, $500. down, $175.
month, For more info call
850-849-1684




For Sale: 2001, 5th wheel
travel trailer, 24.5 FT,
trail-lite, sleeps 6, 1 slide
out, like new, includes 15K
quick slide Reese hitch,
EXCELLENT CONDITION.
Asking $12,500. Call for
appointment
850-548-5045, Cell:
850-305-6202


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NE OWNER, 21 K MILES

KE NEW! 16,888


K PRICES AROUND!
X4 DIESEL ONE OWNER.......... $16,888
RCAB XLT 4X4 DIESEL ............ 6,888
CREW CAB SHARP ................. 9,888
SLT DIESEL ONE OWNER, CLEAN 2,888
CAB 4X4 LARIAT DIESEL .. 26,840
AB 4X4 SLT DIESEL 32K MILES. $26,840
BED SUPER CAB DIESEL ..........$ 17,840
CAB 4X4 SLTPRICEDTOSE..... $.19,840
R CAB CHASSIS CAB ............. $21,840
CAB DIESEL FLATBED ............ $29,840
0 4X4 HEMI ....... .......................... 12 840
0 VA ......... ......... ................. 17,840
RANCH 4X4sHAR. ....... 28,840
0 QUAD CAB 27KMILES................... $ 16,988
X4 EXT. CABNICTRUC.......... 5,988
CAB 4X4 ............................................ 11,8 4 0
LIMITED 4X4 Lo. ................... 25,840
4X4 4DOOR,POWER... --.......... $ 19,840





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