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Class reunion
The graduating class of 1941 at Vernon
High School is one of the many groups in
this area that hold reunions each year.

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Things to do In
WashIngton, Holmes and
Surrounding Countes

Sunny Hills News
Sunny Hills MSBU Board
meets, and there is still no
budget, but there will be
Christmas decorations after
a meeting Thursday night at
Wilder Park.
Page 2

Tour of Homes
The annual Christmas Tour
of Homes is Sunday, Dec. 9
sponsored by the Chipley
Woman's Club
Page 3

Kyle "Rowdy" Busch is
looking to join the ranks of
Pete Hamilton, Donnie
Allison, Darrell Waltrip,
Butch Lindley, Jody Ridley,
Butch Miller, Ted Musgrave,
Rich Bickle, Gary Balough,
and Jeff Purvis as NASCAR
drivers who have won the
Snowball Derby at Five Flags
Speedway in Pensacola, Fla.

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money order, a crime becoming increasingly prevalent.

Fraud can take many forms

Fake money orders
a growing problem

Managing Editor
Many people are familiar
with phony "lotteries" that send
information over the Internet or
through the mail. Many have
been victims of identity theft.
Others have been defrauded by
even more devious means. The
world of fraud and deception
gets cleverer every day, so law
enforcement has to upgrade
its knowledge and methods as
U.S, Postal Inspection Service
Inspector Scott Padgett was on
hand locally last week to provide
tips on dealing with the growing
number of methods of fraud.
Padgett and other inspectors
cover the area from Tallahassee.
When customers are defrauded
through the mail, when there is
theft, or if an employee is as-
saulted, it's the job of Padgett and
the other 1,200 postal inspectors
to find those responsible.
He said there is no shortage of
work, so much so that the USPS
recently organized the Global
Inspection Group to handle the
growing amount of fraud done
from overseas.
One kind of overseas fraud
prevalent in Northwest Florida is
money order fraud. "We recently
made three arrests locally where
millions were taken in counter-
feit money orders and checks,"
Padgett said.
The New York Times reported
in 2005 that from October to
December of that year more than

3,700 counterfeit postal money
orders were intercepted. During
t6at period there were more than
160 arrests nationwide.
The fraud artists don't try
and cash the fake money orders
themselves. Padgett said they
deceive others in to accepting
money orders as payment for
items they are selling, or cashing
in the phony money orders for
a fee. Fake money orders have
been received by anyone from
small Internet retailers, to clas-
sified advertisers, to individuals
lured into a confidence scheme.
These "cyberscammers" steal
millions annually.
The quality of the counterfeits
is very good - good enough to
fool many tellers and clerks not
trained to identify phony money
orders. Most people assume that
a money order is hard to coun-
terfeit due to its watermarks,
threads and ink patterns but
they may not know what they
are looking for. Padgett said that
USPS tellers are trained to iden-
tify bogus work, and if there any
question about the authenticity of
a money order, take it to the Post
Office. The best way to identify
a genuine postal money order,
postal service told The Times,
is to look for the telltale water-
mark, which, when held up to
the light, should reveal an image
of Benjamin Franklin. Genuine
postal money orders also have a
security strip running alongside
the watermark, just to the right.
If held to the light, a microfi-
ber strip will show the letters
"USPS" along its length.
"The ones we have taken are
pretty good, and a normal person
would cash them," Padgett said.

"You would be surprised at who
would fall for them." In two
cases on the coast and one locally
a total of $6.5 million was taken
through use of fraudulent money
orders. "The counterfeits from
Navarre were very, very good,"
Padgett said.
Much overseas fraud comes
from Africa, particularly Nigeria.
Padgett said a large amount of
the Nigerian economy appears to
be based on American fraud, and
there has been little help from
Nigerian officials. Within a week
of a meeting between U.S. and
Nigerian officials where com-
plete assistance was promised,
48 shipments of phony money
orders worth about $1 million
arrived in Mimi.
As seen by the Nigerian re-
port, there is also a market for
producing huge numbers of
phony money orders overseas
and shipping them to the U.S.
for mass mailing. In such cases
a convincing letter is sent to cash
a phony money order. The recipi-
ent is told to keep a percentage
and wire the rest of the money.
Of course, Internet fraud is
not always this complicated.
Winners of online "auctions"
may never receive the adver-
tised item. Cyberscammers may
contact bidders from an auction
to inform them that the winner
failed to make payments and
the item is still available. Again,
despite a payment being sent, no
merchandise is delivered.
"The old saying is accurate
- if it's too good to be true it
probably is," Padgett said.
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Airport put on hold temporarily by Federal Court

Managing Editor
WJHG Channel 7 has learned
that a federal appeals court in
New York has put the new airport
project, for Bay County, on hold
temporarily. *
Reporters first learned of the
developments Thursday after-
noon, according to a report by the
A spokeswoman for the Natural
Resources Defense Council and the

attorney for local opponents of the
project both confirmed to WJHG
and the Panama City News-Herald
that a temporary stay had been is-
sued late Thursday afternoon by
the Federal Second Circuit Court
of Appeals in New York. Oppo-
nents sought an "interim stay" of
the FAA's record of decision issued
Sept. 15, 2006, which cleared the
way for airport construction
Tihe NRDC and the local group,
the Friends of PFN had sued the
Federal Aviation Administration

trying to stop the $330 million
dollar local project. They filed a
24-page emergency motion asking
for a stay,
Friends of PFN is one of several
groups that filed a lawsuit against
the Federal Aviation Administra-
tion last November seeking to halt
the project on 4.000 acres near
West Bay.
That temporary stay his now ap-
parently been granted by the court

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Managing Editor
Just three days after asking Ver-
non citizens to support establish-
ment of a Crime Watch program,
Sheriff Bobby Haddock has proof
positive of the importance of citi-
zen assistance to law enforcement.
Thanks to information from private
citizens a burglary suspect was
taken into custody this week.
Washington County Sheriff's
Office spokesperson Andrea Gain-
ey said Thursday that a call was
received earlier that day that a bur-
glary was in progress on Douglas
Ferry Road near Vernon. Gainey
said that witnesses reported seeing
a suspicious man leaving r home,
getting into a vehicle, and heading
toward Vernon.
Deputies responded quickly.
The vehicle was soon spotted and
a chase ensued, with bad news
for the suspect and the tires of his
"After deploying the spike strips,
deputies were able to stop the ve-
hicle and take Michael Randolph
Sparks, a 40-year-old white male,
into custody," Gainey said in a
news release.
Sparks was found in possession
of about $2,000 worth of jewelry
taken from the home at Douglas
Ferry Road. A search of Sparks'
vehicle turned up $2,000 worth of
goods apparently taken during bur-
glary of homes in the Hinson Cross-
roads and Douglas Ferry area.
The bumpy landing following
the pursuit is apparently not the
first time Sparks has been in trouble
with the law. Sparks was described
in the news release as a "career of-
fender" who was on state probation
after recently being released after
serving time for burglary charges.
Sparks is being held without
bail in Washington County Jail on
charges of burglary, grand theft,
felony fleeing and alluding and
resisting officers without violence.
Additional charges are pending, ac-
cording to the news release.
Haddock's request before Ver-
non City Council Monday night
drew that body's full support, and
the quick resolution of the burglary
case makes a strong case for the
importance of citizen help in the
war on crime.
"Attentive neighbors in the area
are to be commended for the suc-
cessful resolution of this case", said
Haddock. "The cooperation of the
community gives our office a huge
advantage in keeping those respon-
sible for these burglaries behind
bars and off our streets."
*State Attorney Steve Meadows
announced the conviction, in Wash-
ington County Circuit Court, of
Daniel Aaron Taylor. on a charge of
trafficking in cannabis, more than
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A large crowd was on hand at the Sunny Hills MSBU meeting Thursday night.

Sunny Hills
Staff Writer
At a Municipal Services
Benefits Unit board meet-
ing Thursday night, many
people in the boisterous
crowd of about 70 residents
protested the rental of equip-
ment to install Christmas
lights along Sunny Hills
Boulevard. The MSBU is
facing a tight budget year
and a possible deficit.
Board chairman Vernon
Anderson approved renting
a lift without seeking ap-
proval of the board. Ander-
son based his decision on
precedent, after consulting
with County Commissioner
Ronnie Finch, County Ad-
ministrator Pete Herbert and
Parks and recreation Direc-
tor David Corbin, according
to Herbert.
Anderson offered to pay
for the rental out of his own
pocket, and Finch will pay
for renting the lift to remove
Christmas lights after the
In an interview Friday

Continued from page 1

so it can schedule a hear-
ing in about three weeks to
review the.case.
The News-Herald report-
ed that airport officials said
Thursday night they had not
been made aware of the deci-
sion and expected prelimi-
nary site preparation work to
begin today as scheduled.
The Airport Authority
expects to complete the new
facility in late 2009 or early

Continued from page 1

25 pounds last week.
The ury deliberated about
30 minutes, Tuesday, be-
fore finding that Taylor, 646
Turner Road, Caryville,
possessed more than 25
pounds of cannabis on Dec.
18, 2006. The Washington
.County. Sheriff's Office in-
vestigated the case.
Sentencing is set for Jan.
4, 2008. Taylor faces up to
30 years in prison. There is a
mandatory three year prison
sentence and $25,000 fine.

Chipley man convicted
of child molestation
Meadows also announced
the conviction, in Washing-
ton County Circuit Court, of
Roy Turner, Jr., Pike Pond
Road, Chipley on a charge of
lewd or lascivious battery.
A jury deliberated about
35 minutes on Wednesday
before finding Turner guilty
of a sexual crime against a
15-year old Chipley girl. The
crime occurred between Jan.
1,2007, and April 18,2007.
Sentencing is set for Janu-
ary 4, 2008. Turner faces
a maximum of 15 years in

Escapee charged
with rape
' A foul up by Pinellas
County officials allowed the
release of a St. Petersburg
man serving time at Hol-
mes Correctional Institute
in Nov. 1999, apparently

MSBU Board meeting well attended

morning, Finch said he made
the gesture to "get every-
body to hush."
In other business, the
MSBU board tabled ap-
proval of its budget, again.
Board member Tony Ray
said, "I have a problem re-
ceiving papers just before
the meeting and then begin
asked to vote."
The board also had a few
questions about its budget,
specifically whether there is
a $20,000 cash carry forward
from last, as indicated by
Herbert, or a $10,000 deficit,
as claimed by Sunny Hills
activist Sal Zurica. Herbert
based his figure on a Nov.
29 print out, while Zurica
based his figure on one from
Nov. 26.
Ray also wondered
whether Tax Collector Helen
McEntyre would wave the
five percent fee the agency
charges to collect taxes for
the MSBU. He said she
should, since Sunny Hills
is receiving no money from
the county this year. The
board assigned Ray to meet

Facilities for the new
airport will be built initially
on some 1,300 acres of a
4,000 acre site donated by
The St. Joe Company. Plans
call for the new facility to
have one 8,400-foot run-
way, a 5,000-foot crosswind
runway, seven gates and a
100,000 square-foot termi-
nal building. There is ample
room for expansion as the
need arises.
The airport project is part
of the much larger West Bay

with tragic results. WJHG
Channel 7 news reports that
the inmate, Tyron Fields, is
being held on rape charges
in Washington state.
Fields, who also goes by
Devon Walker, was jailed at
the state prison near Bonifay
on a 10-year sentence for
burglary and assault.
However, Fields was re-
leased after 22 months when
court officials in Pinellas
County were vacating a less-
er conviction against Fields.
They mistakenly vacated all
of his charges and Fields
took off before the mistake
could be corrected.
Fields was facing a Flor-
ida escape warrant when he
was arrested near Bremerton,
Wash. for allegedly raping a
woman at an apartment com-
plex. WJHG said a computer
check discovered the Florida
escape warrant.

Two charged in
Medlock case
Authorities refused to
explain what led them to
file felony charges against
a pair of stepbrothers in the
all-terrain vehicle crash that
killed a Mosley High School
student two years ago, ac-
cording to the Panama City
Norman Lee Ake, 22,
and Jonathan C. Wilson, 17,
are accused of causing the
death of 18-year-old Jennifer
Medlock. Ake faces a count
of vehicular homicide, and
Wilson faces a count of driv-
ing negligently and without
a valid license in a crash

with McEntyre about their
request. .
The crowd protested this
assessment by the tax collec-
tor, but was made aware by
board member Gary Hart-
mann that the fee is allowed
by Florida Statute.
In an interview Friday
morning, Herbert said McEn-
tyre accessed the full five
percent the first year taxes
were collected, to cover the
purchase of new software.
Since then, she has charged
a flat fee of $2,625. He said
this is substantially less than
the MSBU had planned for,
so that will make additional
funds available for the fis-
cal year.
The board also expressed
regret at having to pay for
utilities for the Sunny Hills
Fire Dept. Paying for utili-
ties is required by a 20-year
lease agreement signed by
the Board of County Com-
missioners. Adding this cost
put the tentative MSBU bud-
get into an $8,500 shortfall.
"If the county signed the
contract with the fire de-

Sector Plan which incor-
porates some 75,000 acres,
including areas for com-
mercial, industrial and resi-
dential development. Im-
portantly, more than 40,000
acres, or more than 60 square
miles, will be permanently
preserved as a conservation
area. This unprecedent-
ed, regional environmental
benefit will be available to
Florida residents and visitors
for hiking, fishing, kayaking,
bird watching and other non-
invasive activities.

involving death. They were
the drivers of two ATVs that
collided Nov. 11, 2005, on
a dirt road in Washington
County, authorities said.
Special prosecutor Ryan
Love confirmed the charges
Wednesday but refused to
describe how the brothers
allegedly broke the law and
would not provide investi-
gative or arrest reports that
would contain specific ac-
cusations. Florida Highway
Patrol officials also declined
to comment Thursday.
Ake's attorney accused
prosecutors of bowing to
intense pressure from Med-
lock's family. "What you've
got ... is just a bad accident,"
said attorney Waylon Gra-
ham. "It's a lousy case."
Ake was driving a Honda
four-wheeler, with Medlock
seated behind him, east-
bound on River Lake Drive
about five miles south of
Greenhead. Wilson was on a
second Honda headed west.
They collided, and Medlock
was thrown onto the road.
Medlock's parents filed
suit against the family of
the ATV drivers. A home-
owner's insurance policy
covered the $500,000 settle-
ment, said Renae Wilson,
mother of the two accused.
Ryan Love, a prosecutor in
Walton County, ended up
with the criminal case and
reopened the investigation.
Wilson said she learned of
the charges when Washing-
ton County sheriff's deputies
showed up with arrest war-
rants for her sons.

apartment, why doesn't the
county pay?" asked Ray, to
generous applause from the
The projected MBSAU
budget for 2007-2008 is
$393,785.79, over half of
which will go toward debt


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The Abbott Home, 905 Joseph Drive in Chipley, is
a traditional 4,000 square foot house built in 2006.
The three bedroom, two-and-a-half bath, home
is owned by Todd and Ginger Abbott. It features
custom-built cabinets with granite counter tops
throughout, a balcony overlooking the living area
and foyer, a formal dining room, spacious master
bath, carpet, ceramic tile and hardwood flooring.
The 8x40 foot back porch overlooks a pool/hot tub
area in a half-acre backyard which is surrounded
by a privacy fence. For the holiday season, there
are three Christmas trees throughout this home, as
well as other traditional Christmas favorites.

Southern Way Realty, Inc. was established in March
2003 by local owners, Carl and Wanda Owens. In
March of this year, they opened the door of their
newly constructed office. Kirby Holt of Blossoms
decorated the Christmas trees and designed other
arrangements throughout the office using an Olde
World theme.



Kiwanis Club of Chipley
at its weekly meeting Nov.
27, reviewed several up-
coming projects and began
the process of completing
the annual fruit sale to help
replenish the projects bank
account. Fruit sale orders
will be forwarded to the sup-
plier on Nov. 30 for delivery
in Chipley around Dec. 13.
Club members will handle
distribution to purchasers.
The Scholarship Com-
mittee reported that revised
applications should be avail-
able to high school seniors
in February at both high
schools through the counsel-
ors. The primary funding for
scholarships is through the
sale of Washington County
Plat Books. The books are
updated every three years,
and can be purchased at the
Property Appraiser's of-
fice on South Boulevard. In
addition to scholarships at
Chipola and FSU, recipients
can also apply to the WHTC
Foundation which receives a
gift annually from Kiwanis
to help fund their scholarship
Programs at the high
schools (Key Clubs) and
the middle schools (Build-
ers Clubs) are running. Ad-
ditionally, the Key Club at
Vernon is becoming more

active than last year. The
Kiwanis Sponsored Youth
Committee is also planning
to rejuvenate the programs
for grade school students
so that all grade levels have
access to Kiwanis programs
and support.
The Youth Services Com-
mittee announced they will
hold a special "Saturday
work day" to complete a
beautification program at
Kate M. Smith Elementary
School, with details to fol-
low at a later club meeting.
Tuesday, Dec. 11, in Patt-
tillo's at WHTC, the Spiri-
tual Aims Committee will
present the annual holiday
program. Young children
representing organizations
that have received funding
assistance during the last
year plan to attend. Santa has
made an appearance at this
event in past years.
The Kiwanis Club of Chi-
pley has been serving the
youth of Washington County
for over 65 years. Last year
the Club provided financial
support to over 30 recipient
groups/activities. The Club
meets Tuesdays at noon in
Pattillo's, in the middle of
the WHTC campus, for a
luncheon program.
Photos at

The home of Charles and Donna Gunter was built
in 2004 on land formerly known as the Shep and
Marilyn Smith property. The Gunters purchased
the home in 2006. It features three bedrooms and
two bath and has 2,568 square feet. It is located
at 390 Highway 273 in Chipley, on 1.64 acres filled
with pecan and oak trees.
Christmas Tour of Homes
The annual Christmas Tour of Homes sponsored by the
Chipley W6man's Club is scheduled for Sunday, Dec. 9,
from 1-5 p.m.
The tour begins at the Woman's Clubhouse located at 607

Glen and Louise Michaels are having their home on
645 Third St. in Chipley decorated by Chipley Gar-
den Club. It offers a peek of the Club's 2007 theme,
"Let's Think Green." The home design includes
an enclosed courtyard, breezeway and pool area.
There will be a tree for the birds in the courtyard,
and fresh fruit will be used in many ways. The Club
is reusing and recycling mother nature's bounty,
not only inside the home, but also in the outside
decor. A collection of dolls will be featured in one
bedrbom. As you exit the home by the pool area,
you are invited to enjoy the refreshments.

Workshop time
The workshop at T.J.
Roulhac Enrichment and Ac-
tivity Center L.E.A.D.E.R.S.
Program on "Child Safety,"
on Dec. 3 has been changed
to 4-5 p.m.
If you are a parent/guard-
ian of child/children that
participate in the after school
program we encourage you
to come out. Everyone is

Christmas Belle
Pageant Dec. 15
Second annual Vernon
Christmas Belle Pageant is
planned for Saturday, Dec.
15, in the old Vernon High
School cafeteria. Entry fee
is $35, if paid by Nov. 26,
and $40 after the Nov. 26.
Deadline for all entry fees,
advertisements, donations
and photos is Dec. 8.
For more information,
call Laura Brewer at 850-

Free smoke alarms
The Chipley Fire Depart-
ment is offering free smoke
alarms. Applicants must stop
by the Chipley Fire Depart-

ment at 1430 Jackson Ave.
For more information, call

Christmas Festival
The Outdoor Circle will
hold its third annual Christ-

The Christopher Kneiss Family Home, 782 Hutchi-
son Rd., Chipley, has a Southern Living design by
William E. Poole entitled "River Road." It was built
in two phases, the south wing first in 1998 by the
owners, and the main house by Guy Tatum & As-
sociates in 2003. Chris and Lydia Kneiss and their
children, Brenna, Jesse and Marshall, reside in
the home.
Fifth Street in Chipley where tour maps and refreshments
will be available.
Tickets are $8 for adults and teens and.$5 for ages 5-12.
They mdy be purchased in advance from a Woman's Club
member or by calling 638-8889. They also will be available
at the clubhouse on the day of the tour.

St. Matthew's Episcopal Church was built in 1965
to seat 50 people. Today, it has been remodeled
to seat 80, plus a large narthex. The stained glass
windows have been given at various times to honor
people who have been a part of the church. The
beautiful Annunciation window was the first to be
placed. The church is always open for prayer and
quiet time. You're invited to come as often as you
wish and stay awhile. It is located on 736 West
Blvd. in Chipley.

mas Festival Saturday, Dec.
8, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. in
downtown Vernon next to
KC's Pizza.
There will be food ven-
dors, arts and crafts vendors
and games for children.
An electric outdoor grill'


and a bottle of propane are
among the many items to be
raffled off. Tickets will be
available at the festival.
Any vendor interested
in setting up at the festival
can call Ann at 535-0670 or
Betty at 535-9603.

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Submitted photo
Ninth grade of Vernon High School (1938). Front row: Jeff Brackin, Alvin
Walsingham, Jim Williams, Oriel Tiller, Arol Hudson, Marvin Brock, Ranvil
Simmons, Wiley Ward, and Olin Ferguson. Second row: Maybell Perkins,
Nettie Sikes, Ola Syfrett, unknown, Ailene Swindle, Bertha Taylor and Bessie
Vickery. Third row: Aletha Tiller, Bess Yates, Vydell Haddock, Martha Davie
Sapp, Dorothy Haddock, Violet Harris, Juanita Johns, Gertrude McCullough,
unknown, Lottie Tharp and Shermarr Harmon. Fourth row: Melba Ruth David-
son, Inez Weeks, Marie Long, Helen Russ, Dorothy Yates, Ivalee Whitehead,
Lucille Hood, Gracie Syfrett, Opal Hightower, Mandie Austin, Lucille Taylor
and Magdalene Mercer.

Submitted photo
Front row: Lucille Hood Brock, Bess Yates Harrell, Effie Sheffield Brock,
Frances Harrell Myers, Nettie Sikes Dettbarn, Back row: Ailene Swindle
Hightower, Juanita Johns Richburg, Ivalee Whitehead Hamilton and Vonceil
Austin Martin.

1941 Vernon High School reunion - a time of reminiscing and rejoicing

The season for high
school class reunions has
reached its peak in our coun-
ty, as well as other areas of
the country.
Numerous participants
in school reunions from
both Vernon and Chipley
continue to enjoy these de-
lightful few hours of coming
together for fun, fellowship,
reminiscing and rejoicing.
The graduating class of
1941 at Vernon High School
is one of the many groups
in this area which hold re-
unions each year.
Of the 24 young men
and women who graduated
from Vernon High School
in 1941, just as World War
II was looming close to
our borders, only 11 still
survive. Nine of those 11
surviving graduates met for
their annual get together at
Lakeview Methodist Church
on Saturday, Oct. 27.
They enjoyed a noon-
time meal and engaged in a
much-awaited joyous time
of serious visiting. They

were celebrating their 66th years ago and maintains her
year since graduation. home in the house where she
Members coming to- was reared.
gether for this landmark She wrote an extensive
reunion, all ladies, include story for the Heritage Book
Lucille Hood Brock, Bess on Swindle history in Wash-
Yates Harrell, Effie Sheffield ington County. Her writing
Brock, Frances Harrell My- included background on her
ers, Nettie Sikes Dettbarn, parents, Angus McKinley
Aliene Swindle Hightower, Swindle and Bessie Lee
Juanita Johns Richburg, Hasty Swindle, along with
Ivalee Whiehead Hamilton pioneer grandparents, James
and Vonceil Austin Martin. William (Bill) Swindle and
Two classmates unable to Amy Jane Yates Swindle.
attend were Martha Davie Classmate Ivalee White-
Sapp and Lottie Tharp. head Hamilton contributed
Only three of the group an informative history of
have living spouses, Ed her family in The Heritage
Myers, Art Dettbarn and of Washington County book,
Thomas Ray Harrell at- particular on her parents,
tended the event. Ivan I. Whitehead and Per-
The 1938 picture of this rylee Collins Whitehead.
class, as ninth graders, was Another classmate has a
included on page 134 in most interesting family story
The Heritage of Washington in the book. The courtship
County book, which was and marriage of Bess Yates
printed in June 2006. Harrell and husband, Thom-
Aliene Swindle Hight- as Ray Harrell, along with
ower has hosted the reunions other history on the Yates
in recent ye6fs at the land-r""ind Harrell families, was
mark Lakeview Methodist written by their daughter,
Church near Pate Pond. Barbara Jean Tuesink.
Aliene returned to her native Vonceil Austin Martin is
Washington County twenty another classmate who has

returned to her Vernon hnme
place to live after spending
many years in Indiana. She
did an extensive heritage
review in her writings for the
book project on the Gerald
Austin and James Bodie
Austin family.
The popular heritage
book contains information
on Frances Harrell Myers
in a history written by a
sister, Myrtle Harrell Davis,
on their parents, W. Alton
Harrell and O.D. Brock
The family background
of Effie Sheffield Brock is
also mentioned in the book
by various writers. Lucille
Hood Brock is named in the
story of her husband, Raz
Brock's parents, Samuel
Gadaih Brock and Comilla
Hall Brock.
Ivalee Whitehead Hamil-
ton was driven to this year's
reunion from her Fernandina
Beach home by a daughter,
Marsha Hamilton Carman.
Marsha reported on de-
tails of the three day stay
in the area and the points of
interest she and her mother

Listed in the activities for
the weekend for the mother
and daughter included a
visit with cousin Clara Johns.
Roberts, attending Sunday
worship service at Lakeview
Methodist where the Rev.
Mike Weeks is pastor. This
also allowed a visit with
cousin, Larry Justice.
Attending a scheduled
singing event at Bonifay's
First Baptist Church on Sat-
urday night gave them an
opportunity to see another
cousin, Roger Swindell and
Their travels took them to
Pondtown Methodist Church
Cemetery near Hartford,
Ala. where some of the
Whiteheads and Collins
ancestors are buried. A visit
with cousin, Mary Alice
Justice was included in the
drive into Alabama.
This couple made their
usual return visit to Bethle-
hem Campground in Holmes
County where both have
fond memories of attend-
ing revival services in years
gone.by. This facility, dating

back to 1935, is still func-
tioning under the sponsor-
ship of Methodist Churches:
in the area. The well known
campground is recognized
for the annual camp meet-.
ing type religious services.
Kathy Pennington is camp
manager assisted by her.
husband, the Rev. Buddy:
Others who came to the-
area for this special 66th
Vernon /high School Re-
union also did some visiting
with other family while in
the county.
The members of this his-
toric 1941 graduating class
continue to marvel at the
determination the group
puts forth in order to keep
in touch with each other.
Even though they grew up in
diverse social and economic
backgrounds, the bonds of
love and friendship continue
to override all barriers as the
group comes together for the
one purpose of mixing and
mingling, reminiscing and
sharing life's experiences
which have enriched their

Historical Society meets today before parade

The Washington County
Historical Society provides
the following news update.
The book fair in October
with guest speaker Dale
Cox was quite a success.
Cox spoke on the Civil War
battle at Marianna. Also in
attendance were authors Jo
McGlamery, Winkie Van-
Landingham, Mary Cath-
rin May and Mrs. Everett
came and brought books by
her husband. In November
Natalie Kent gave an update
on the bike path project on
Falling Waters Road.
None of the magnolias
will need to be moved. The
Society will work on signage

Graceville HS
reunion planned
Diane Blount and Judy
Taylor are trying to locate as
many classmates as possible
to plan a class reunion. No
date is set at this time.
Anyone with informa-
tion, call Diane at 850-263-
3158 or Judy at 850-263-
3856 as soon as possible.

along the path that will tell
the story behind the magno-
lia plantings.
In October the member-
ship voted to begin stay-
ing open on Thursdays and
Friday as well as the first
Saturday of each month.
Volunteers are still needed
to help "man" the museum.
Hours are from 10 a.m. until
2 p.m. Whit Gainey, Chuck
Yates and Perry Wells have
been the reason for the mu-
seum being able to stay open
the extra hours.
Cheryl Martin of Cot-
tondale is a new hiember
to the Society. She comes
through Elder Care Services

Council annouces the 2008
Mr. and Ms. NAACP com-
petition. The registration
deadline is Jan. 3, 2008,
and the competition is open
to all residents of Jackson
County. E-mail or call 850-
569-9858 for a registration
form. Registration forms
may also be picked up at the
NAACP Branch Headquar-
ters at 2880-B Orange St. in.

NAACP competition
The Jackson County Ag Expo
BranchoftheNAACPYouth Ethanol, GPS, insect,

as a volunteer. Cheryl has
worked one Thursday and
fits right in.
The Society will meet
Dec. 1, at noon. There will
be a potluck meal before-
hand. In lieu of a program
some time be be spent famil-
iarizing anyone interested in
where things are located in
the museum. The Christmas
Parade is at 3:30 p.m. with
line-up to start at 2:30.
The Historical Society
will have a float entry this
year. Little Miss Washington
County will be riding on the
The Museum will remain
open before and after the

weed and disease control
strategies, and food safety
will be the key topics of this
year's Florida Ag Expo, ac-
cording to Florida Grower
The Florida Agriculture
Expo will be Dec. 6-7, at the
University of Florida/IFAS
Gulf Coast Research & Edu-
cation Center in Balm.
For information on spon-
sorship opportunities, con-
tact Florida Grower's Marc
Stockwell or Nancy Howard
at 407-539-6552.

parade so that parade at-
tendees can stop by. There
is a good selection of books
about Washington County
for sale. They make wonder-
ful Christmas gifts.
The Society's new fiscal
year began in October. If
you have not renewed your
membership for the 2007
-2008 year please to do so.
The rates are still $15 per
individual, $25 for family,
$40 for a business and $100
for a patron membership:
The historical society relies
on membership dues as its'
financial base and your sup-
port is appreciated.

'Tree of Lights'
The community is in-
vited to attend Covenant
Hospice's annual "Tree of
Lights-A Celebration of
Life" ceremony at 6 p.m.,
Thursday, Dec. 6 at the Russ
House, 4318 Lafayette St.
in Marianna. A reception
with refreshments will -fol-
low. There is no charge to
All donations benefit
Covenant Hospice. For more
information, call Jennifer
Griffin at 850-482-8520.

Artwork needed for fund-raiser
Ronald McDonald House is asking all children in north-
west Florida to submit artwork for the 2008 Kaps for Kids
fund-raiser. Any child in kindergarten through 12th grade
is eligible to participate. The winning tiesign will appear
on 6,500 T-shirts. Drawings must be submitted by Dec. 14,
2007. The class or club that submits the most artwork by
the deadline will be rewarded with a pizza party. For more
information call Angie Hanson at 850-477-2273.

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Pensacola businessman and former Snowball Derby Champion,
Eddie Mercer, is looking at working on a deal to do some ARCA
Racing next season.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin

Eddie Mercer

eyeing ARCA

With NASCAR making
the switch from the car of
today to the car of tomorrow
next season, area drivers like
Eddie Mercer, from
Pensacola, have a chance to
try their hand on some larger
Mercer this past October
finished in 30th place at
Talladega in the ARCA
RE/MAX 250 after qualify-
ing 17th.
"Racing at Talladega is a
totally different mind set,"
said Mercer during a recent
testing session for Sunday's
Snowball Derby. "We may
look at doing a couple of
races in ARCA because with
the number of cup cars being
available it might be doable.

Driver Kyle Petty
Owner Kyle Petty
Points: 2814
Points out of 34th: 42
Points ahead of 36th: 147
Place Owner
33 Joe Custer
34 Bill Davis
35 Kyle Petty
36 Glen Wood
37 James Rocco
38 Dietrich Mateschitz

"If we can get some help
and interest, then we will be
looking at the race in
Mercer, who is the son of
a former track electrician at
Five Flags Speedway, doesn't
care what kind of car he is
racing; he is going to give it
110 percent.
"When I first started rac-
ing my dad threw a fit,"
recalled Mercer. "But I never
played football or went to a
prom. I was out here two or
three nights a week helping
him here at the track so it
kind of got in my blood."
become a very competitive
series over the recent years
due to the participation of
NEXTEL Cup car owners
with developmental drivers.

Johnny Sauter
Dave Blaney
Kyle Petty
Bill Elliott
Scott Riggs
Brian Vickers


NASCAR NEXTEL Cup driver Kyle Busch oversees the adjustments being made to his Snowball Derby car during, private test session
he participated in last week. Busch will not arrive for the Snowball Derby festivities.until Saturday. He will be in New York on stage
at the Waldorf-Astoria due to his fifth place finish in the NEXTEL Cup Series Points this season.
Press Gazette photos by Bill Gamblin

Rowdy rides again


Cup driver

Busch looks

for checkers

sports @srpressgazette.com
Kyle "Rowdy" Busch is
looking to join the ranks of
Pete Hamilton, Donnie
Allison, Darrell Waltrip,
Butch Lindley, Jody Ridley,
Butch Miller, Ted Musgrave,
Rich Bickle, .-Gary Balough,
and Jeff Purvis as NASCAR
drivers who have won the
Snowball Derby at Five Flags
Speedway in Pensacola, Fla.
Busch, who will miss the
first three days of the derby
weekend due to the NASCAR
Banquet in New York City,
has shaken down the car
Jason Hogan will attempt to
qualify for him Friday night.
Busch has made more
news this season as he left
Hendrick Motorsports to join
Joe Gibbs Racing and will
switch 'from Chevrolet to
Toyota next season.
"The biggest sell for me
in joining Joe Gibbs Racing
was the people," said Busch,
who will be looking to make
his second start ever in
Sunday's Snowball Derby. "I
use to race against Coy in the
truck series and Joe is a very
neat individual to meet and
get to know.

"I also feel that competi-
tion wise there is a better fit
for me at Joe Gibbs Racing."
During his adventure as
part of 'Silly Season,' the
younger brother of Kurt
Busch was wooed by the likes
of Ray Evernham and
Richard Childress after it was
announced Dale Earnhardt Jr.
would take Busch's place at
Hendrick Motorsports.
So what does he think
will happen as a teammate of
the outspoken Tony Stewart?
"I feel good about the
chance to be a teammate of.
Tony Stewart," said Busch.
"With Jeff and Jimmie, I
never did really fit in with
their crisp and clean image.
"With Gibbs I am looking
forward to the chance to be

more myself and do what I Busch feels this could pay
can with the car. I expect to dividens in the long run and
mix in well with everyone at help Toyota become even
JGR." more competitive next sea-

Part of the mix next sea-
son for Busch will be the
switch to Toyota, which just
completed its first season in
NASCAR's premier league.
"We are going to go into
next season being the biggest
team that Toyota has," said
Busch. "When Toyota got
into NEXTEL Cup Racing
they had to have some teams
sign on like Michael Waltrip
Racing, Red Bull, and Bill
"But these teams haven't
really be recognized. On the
other hand Joe Gibbs Racing
helped Chevrolet in the devel-
opment of the R07.".

"Toyota made ground
with their engine program,"
said Busch. "But with what
Gibbs learned working with
Chevrolet in developing its
new engine I think it will
really show as we make the
, transition over to Toyota.
"So far in the testing we
have done, it has been pretty
Busch admits he would
have loved to have stayed
with Hendrick, but things
"Junior can sell money,"
said Busch. "Maybe someday
I will be able to do that."



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6, Washington County News, Saturday, December 1, 2007

A TYears Ahgo
| Taken from the files of the Washington county News

5 YEARS AGO, 2002
Vivian Bewer, Alan
Downs and Sandra Greer
were candidates for the Ver-
non City Council seat left
vacant by the resignation of
Lavern Boswell. A special
election was planned.
Dr. Gene Prough was
named President of Chipola
Junior College.
Robert Woolever was
named Chipley Police Of-
ficer of the Quarter by Chief
Kevin Crews.
Mary Helen Blakeslee
of the governor's office on
Tourism, Trade and Eco-
nomic Development was
honored by Chipley City
Council which named a
street in the town's industrial
park Mary Helen Drive.
Brenda and Steve Whit-
tington and other families on
Whittington Drive hosted a
pioneer day for first graders
from Kate Smith Elementary
School. Activities included
cane grinding, cotton card-
ing and spinning, corn shell-
ing and grinding, a grape
press for jellies and juice,
and other demonstrations.
10 YEARS AGO, 1997
Bob Milligan, retired
Marine Lieutenant General
and current Comptroller of
Florida, addressed a meeting
of Chipley Kiwanis Club.
Bert Fervezzi won first
and second places in the
Teen Court logo contest. He
received a shirt printed with
his design and $175.
Chipley Woman's Club
held a fashion show at First
Presbyterian Church in Chi-
pley. Models included Sybil
Compton, Elizabeth Mc-
Crary and Joan Ausley.
The Harry Cope fam-
ily was named Outstanding
Farm Family of the Year at
the 1997 Farm-City ban-
15 YEARS AGO, 1992
Washington County
School Board voted to ban
smoking on all campuses by
teachers, students and any
adult visitors.
Ava and John Flater re-
ceived a Partners in Business
award at the annual Farm-

JC Sheriff's Gospel
Sing Dec. 8
in Marianna
Jackson County Sheriff
John P. McDaniel will host
the annual Sheriff's Christ-
mas Gospel Sing 6:30 p.m.
Dec. 8 in the Marianna High
School auditorium on Cav-
erns Road in Marianna.
It will feature the Sego
Brothers and Naomi, the Bi-
bletones, the Bryan Brothers,
and the Diamonds.
A love offering will be
taken to benefit the Florida
Sheriff's Youth Ranch. For
more information, call 850-

4H horse club is
organizing in county
Washington County 4-H
is organizing a community
club for youth interested in
anything to do with horses.
Youth do not have to own a
horse to join the club; they
just need to have an interest
in horses.
There will be a kick-off
and enrollment meeting for
the club on Monday, Dec. 17
at 6 p.m. in the Washington
County Ag Center east wing
conference room.
Youth should bring $2 for
4-H activity insurance and
a health insurance card to
complete the 4-H enrollment
paperwork and health form.
If you have any questions,
please contact 4-H Youth
Development Agent, Julie P.
Dillard, at 638-6180.

City observance.
Chipley Tiger quarter-
back Sam Cox was named
Player of the Week.
Nikki Reddick was drum
major for the Vernon High
School Band. Melissa Brant-
ley led the Chipley unit, and
Stephanie Lauen conducted
the Holmes County High
School band.
30 YEARS AGO, 1977
Quillien Green completed
his first month on the job as
Ebro's police chief.
Glenn and Wayne Weber
of Vernon and the Hinson
Crossroads area, respective-
ly, received Young Farmer
of the Year awards from
Farm Bureau President V.J.
Collins during the annual
Farm-City observance.
More than 200 residents
of Sunny Hills and Hinson
Crossroads crowded into
the Sunny Hills Commu-
nity Center to air complaints
about hunters trespassing,
road blocking and shooting
near their homes.
. Waller Everett was elect-
ed president of Washington
County Chamber of Com-
merce for 1978.
35 YEARS AGO, 1972
Six Chipley High choral
students were selected to
sing in the all-state chorus at
the Florida Music Educators
Association annual conven-
tion. Caryl Spangenberg,
Diane Spangenberg, John
Sapp, Ralph Carter, Con-
stance Harris and Ramona
Harris would make the trip
to Gainesville in 1973.
Rev.. Carl Hassleton Jr.,
pastor of Holmes Creek
Baptist Church, was elected
president of the Chipley
Ministerial Association. The
Rev. A.L. Martin, pastor
of First United Methodist
Church, was the new vice
55 YEARS AGO, 1952
Mrs. R.A. McGeachy and
Mrs. Jim Sellers spent the
weekend in Atlanta, Ga., as
guests of the Rev. and Mrs.
Denton Coker.
Mrs. Bruce Thomas and
daughters, Carolyn and
Joyce, spent Sunday with

relatives in Donalsonville,
Marolyn Hughson, stu-
dent at Stetson University in
Deland, spent the Thanks-
giving holidays'with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.O.
Ida Adams spent the
weekend in Marianna as
guest of her daughter and
son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Staley.
75 YEARS AGO, 1932
Ralph Baggett of Crest-
view was weekend guest of
his brother, N.N. Baggett
and wife.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sapp
came from Philadelphia for
a visit with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J.T. Sapp.
Ethel Coleman of Tal-
lahassee spent several days
with her sister, Mrs. Walter
C.B. Burkett, who lived
east of Marianna in Jackson
County, spent Saturday in
Chipley on a trading trip.
95 YEARS AGO, 1912
T.J. Watts and wife re-
turned from several weeks
vacation spent in North
J.D. McKeithan left one
of his horses hitched to a
buggy last week. When the
horse got badly frightened,
the $80 buggy was smashed
up but no one was hurt.
Visiting the Rev. and Mrs.
W.A. Bryan in Chipley was
Mrs. Nixon, who lived in the
southern part of the county.
Dr. W.H. Grace moved to
Chipley from Graceville. He
said he planned to associate
himself with Dr. Wilson in
the practice of his profes-

Things to do In
Washington, Holmes and
Surrounding Counties
. --.


WCOA Christmas
luncheon Dec. 12
Washington County
Council on Aging will hold
its annual Christmas pro-
gram and luncheon from 10
a.m. to 1:30 p.m., Dec. 12 at
the Ag Center in Chipley.
Entertainment will be pro-
vide by the Webb family of
Chipley. There will also be
door prizes. Anyone needing
transportation should call the
Council.on Aging by Dec. 5
to make arrangement. Call
638-6216 or 638-6217.

Chipola Regional
Career Fair
The Chipola Regional
Workforce Development
Board Region 3 Career Fair
will be held Wednesday,
Dec. 5, at the Eastside Bap-
tist Church on Highway 90
East in Marianna from 8 a.m.
until noon.
Students from Calhoun,
Holmes, Jackson, Liberty
and Washington counties
will be attending. If you
would like more informa-
tion or are interested in
participating, contact Robbie
Bazzell at 850-638-1180,
ext. 343.

Vernon Christmas
parade Dec. 8
Vernon Christmas parade
will be held Saturday Dec. 8,
at 1 p.m. Line up is at 12:30
p.m. at the Vernon walking
track (behind old Vernon
High School).
After the parade Santa
will be at the Vernon Com-
munity Center (old VHS
cafeteria) to visit with the
children. Refreshments will
be provided.

Wausau Christmas
Parade Dec. 8
The annual Wausau
Christmas Parade is going
to be held on Dec. 8 at 10
a.m. Santa is going to be
at the Possum Palace after
the parade to greet the kids
with goodie bags. Along
with the parade the Wausau
Town Council is sponsoring
a Christmas Bazaar with lo-
cal vendors displaying their

arts and crafts. Anyone
wishing to enter the parade
or be a vendor please contact
Margaret Riley, town clerk at

Mentors needed
Take Stock in Children
Scholarship Program of
Washington County is look-
ing for caring adults to men-
tor scholarship recipients.
If you can donate one hour
a week, you have the time
to change a life by helping
a child.
Take Stock in Children
mentors include Governor
Jeb Bush, state and local
government employees, se-
nior citizens, homemak-,
ers as well as members of
prominent corporations and
community organizations.
They come from a wide va-
riety of backgrounds and oc-
cupations. The one thing all
mentors have in common is
a love of children. A mentor
is a trusted friend, an advisor

and a role model.
If you are interested in
becoming a mentor, please
call either Don Walters at-
850-527-9274 or Nancy.
LyBrand at 850-638-8565.:
For more information on
the Take Stock in Children,
Program, go to takestockin-

in Bethlehem
Bethlehem Family Camp.
will present Christmas in
Bethlehem Dec. 7-9 and 14-
16. The nightly shows will
take place 7-9 p.m. on the
camp grounds at 3073 Hwy.:
160 in Bonifay. Admission is
free. Large groups of 20 or
more should call 850-234-"
0260 to schedule a time.
The event is sponsored by
Hearts of Hope International,-
a children's home being built
on the grounds of Bethlehem
Camp. Call 850-234-0260
for more information.

Come and Play in Bonifay, It's Worth the Drive!
W 1934 Country Club Drive * Bonifay,
Chuck & Connie Mason, New Owners




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1100 1 0 1 100 1100
within 60 days after the Clerk WARNING: NOTICE OF APPLICA-
Dated this 21 day of Nov, THERE ARE UNPAID TAXES ON PROPERTY Notice is hereby given
2007. TAXES ON PROPERTY WHICH YOU OWN IN that Ethel & Matthew
Linda Hayes Cook WHICH YOU OWN IN WHICH YOU HAVE LE- that Ethe holder of the
NONCEMENTS. K. McDaniels Clerk of the WHICH YOU HAVE LE- GAL INTEREST. THE Million the holder of the
Circuit Court GAL INTEREST. THE following certificate, has
1100 - Legal Advertising By: Deputy Clerk PROPERTY WILL BE PROPERTY WILL BE filed said certificate for a
1110 - Classified Notices SOLD AT PUBLIC AUC- SOLD AT PUBLIC AUC- Tax Deed to be issued
1120- ubic Notices/ THE LAW OFFICES OF TION ON January 21 TION ON January 21, thereon. The certificate
1130 - Adoptions DAVID J. STERN, PA., 2008 UNLESS THE BACK 2008 UNLESS THE BACK number and year of issu-
1140 - Happy Ads ATTORNEY FOR PLAIN- TAXES ARE PAID. TO TAXES ARE PAID. TO ance, the description of
1150 - Personals TIFF MAKE ARRANGEMENTS MAKE ARRANGEMENTS the property, and the
1160- Lost 801 S. University Drive FOR PAYMENT OR TO FOR PAYMENT OR TO names in which it was as-
1170 - Found Suite 500 RECEIVE FURTHER IN- RECEIVE FURTHER IN- sessed are as follows
OF THE 14TH JUDICIAL sons with disabilities (850) 638-6008 EXT 232. 32428, OR TELEPHONE Heights, Dekle Land Com-
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR needing a special accom- AMOUNT TO REDEEM (850) 638-6008 EXT 232. pany subdivision of the
WASHINGTON COUNTY, modations should contact FOR December $ AMOUNT TO REDEEM West half of the Southwest
FLORIDA COURT ADMINISTRA- 1,919.28 IN U.S. CUR- FOR December Quarter of Section 3
GENERAL JURISDICTION TION, at the WASHING- RENCY ONLY $ 2,206.08 IN U.S. CUR- Tonship 4 North, Range
DIVISION TON County Courthouse AMOUNT TO REDEEM RENCY ONLY. Township 4 North, Range
CASE NO: 6707CA145 at 904-763-9061, FOR January $ 1,946.41 AMOUNT TO REDEEM 13Wte staspef hp ato f
1-800-955-8771 (TDD) or IN U.S. CURRENCY FOR January $2,237.22 IN the offCircuit C ourt o f Wash-
RESIDENTIAL FUNDING 1-800-955-8770, via Flor- ONLY the Circuit Court of Wash-
COMPANY, LLC ida Relay Service. No Personal Checks Ac- U.S. CURRENCY ONLY ington County, Florida.
PLAINTIFF As published in the Wash- cepted. No Personal Checks Ac- NAME IN WHICH AS-
VS ington County News. Cashier's Checks, Money cepted. SESSED: Mattie Powell &
RACHAEL MCNEIL; UN- Dec.1, 8,15,22, 2007. Orders, and Western Un- Cashier's Checks, Money Daisy Richardson
KNOWN SPOUSE OF i__on are the only other al- Orders, and Western Un- Said property being in the
RACHAEL MCNEIL IF � ternatives accepted, ion are the only other al- county of Washington,
ANY, ANY AND ALL UN- NOTICE OF APPLICA- As published in the Wash- ternatives accepted. State of Florida. Unless
KNOWN PARTIES CLAIM- TION FOR TAX DEED ington County News De- As published in the Wash- such certificated shall be
ING BY THROUGH, UN IM- Notice is hereby given, cember 1, 8, 15, 22, 2007 ington County News De- redeemed according to
DER, AND AGAINST THE that Simon or EW Price member 1, 8, 15, 22, 2007.re ed according to
HEREIN NAMED NDD- the holder of the following NOTICE OF APPLICA-
UAL DEFENDANT(S) certificate, has filed said N T
WHO ARE NOT KNOWN certificate for a Tax Deed TION FOR TAX DEED
TO BE DEAD OR ALIVE, to be issued thereon. The Notice is hereby given,
WHETHER SAID UN- certificate number and that Simon or EW Price
KNOWN PARTIES MAY ear of issuance, the de- the holder of the following Announcements
,CLAIM AN INTEREST AS scription of the property, certificate, has filed said Announcements
SPOUSES, HEIR, DEVI- and the names in which it certificate for a Tax Deed
SEES, GRANTEES OR was assessed are as fol- to be issued thereon. The
OTHER CLAIMANTS; lows : certificate number and
VNC FUNDING, LLC; CERTIFICATE NO. 10 year of issuance, the de- GET COVERED....Run your ad STATEWIDE!
JOHN DOE AND JANE YEAR OF ISSUANCE 05 scription of. the property, You can run your classified ad in over 100 Florida
DOE AS UNKNOWN TEN- DESCRIPTION OF PROP- and the names in which iter 100 Florida
ANTS IN POSSESSION ERTY: Parcel #naptenmlth ewa
DEFENDANT(S) 00-0001-0071 was assessed are as fol- newspapers for $475. Call this newspaper or
NOTICE OF FORECLO- Commence at the NE cor- lows: (866)742-1373 for more details or visit:
SURESL U ^ noer of the SW 1/4 of the CERTIFICATE NO. 909
SURE SALE RE NW 1/4 of Section 4 YEAR OF ISSUANCE 05 www.florida-classifieds.com.
GIVEN pursuant to a Sum- 12 West, Washington ERTY:
mary Final Judgment of County, Florida; thence Parcel# 00-4865-0000
Foreclosure dated S-88E21'58" -W 495.71 Lot No. 8 & Lot No. 9, in . Auctions
11/21/2007 entered in feet; thence Block No. 1 in the N 1/2 of
Civil Case No. 707CA145 o S-1E32'34" - E 494.68 feet; the SW 1/4 of the NW 1/4
of the Circuit Court of the thence N-88E22'53" - E accS1ordnfotheN1_______________
14th Judicial Circuit in and 909.51 feet; thence according to the J. W.
for WASHINGTON N-IE37'25" - W 494.93 Sapp Plat ofthe SW1/4 of Lender Foreclosure Auction 500+ HOMES IN
County, CHIPLEY, Florida, feet thence S-88E21'58" the NW 1/4 of Section 35,
I will sell to the ghest -W414.09feettothe Point Township 3 North,ange FLORIDAMustBeSold!FreeCatalog(800)591-
and besNTbiddet the WfoASH- of Beginning and contain- 15 West on file in the Of- 1328USHomeAuction.com.
INFGTONTCu the WASH- ing 10.33 acres, more or fice of the Circuit Court of
INGTON County Court- less antI less .a 30 foot Washington County, Flor-
house located at 1293 road easement on the ida.
EJACKSON AVE. tin CHIP- West side and being par- NAME IN WHICH AS- BuildingSupplies
LEY, Flori7dayo, at11:00 a.m. cel #W-13 of an unre- SESSED : Neta Brewer
on the 7day of Jan., 2008 corded plat.
the following described NAME IN WHICH AS- Said propertybeinginthe
said Summary Final Judgs set forth in SESSED : Chester ar- county of Washington, METAL ROOFING. SAVE $$$buy direct from
ment, to-wit. Said property being in the State of Florida. Unless
County of Washington, such certificated shall be manufacturer. 20 colors in stock with all accesso-
WAY COUNTRY ES- State of Florida. Unless redeemed according to ries. Quick turn around. Delivery Available..
TATES, SECTIOUNTRY such certificated shall be the law, the property de-
TATES, SECTION 11, redeemed according to scribed shall be sold to (352)498-0778 Toll free (888)393-0335 code 24.
RANGE 13 WEST, WASH- the law, the property de- the highest bidder at the www.GulfCoastSupply.com.
NGT ST, -scribedshall be sold to courthouse door onJanu- www.GulfCoastSupply.com.
IDA AS RENGTON CORDED IN the highest bidder at the ary 21, 2008 at 10:00 AM.
PLAT BOOK 3, PAGE 163 courthouse door on Janu- Dated this 21 day of No-
OF - WASHINGTON ary 21, 2008 at 10:00 AM. vember, 2007
COUNT, FLORIDA Dated this 21 day of No- LINDA HAYES COOK BusinessOpportunities
vember , 2007
Any person claiming an CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT _______COU
interest in the surplus from COURT WASHINGTON COUNTY, ALLCASCANDYROUTEDoyouearn$800/
the.sale, if any, other than WASHINGTON COUNTY, FLORIDA ALLCASHCANYROUTEDoyoueam$800/
the property owner as of FLORIDA BY: J C Rogers, Deputy day? 30 Machines, Free Candy All for $9,995.
the date of the lis pend- BY : d RJ ogenrs Cep uty Cl r k$ 9
ens, must file a claim BY J C Rogers, Deputy Clerk (888)629-9968 B02000033. CALL US: We will
-. l ~ not be undersold!

IMPROVEYOURLIFE! Sixfigureincomepoten-
tial working from home. Control your own sched-
ule. No experience necessary. Personal training
provided. Not MLM. Call Now! (888)874-9344.

Employment Services

Carpentry, pressure For Rent first in Chipley,
C&C Bookkeeping and washing, lawn care, patio n't have the room, We
Tax Service. Open 5 days & window re-screening. Do"n Lamar Townsend
a week. 8am to 5pm. Call great rates. (850)638-4492 (850)63-4539, north of
(850)638-1483 T es539, north of
J&J Cabinet Shop. For all
your kitchen cabinets and Mini Storage in Chipley.
house repair needs. Call All sizes for rent. We
SJames S. Howell (850) furnish the lock.
535-2839; 260-1619 (850)326-2399

Headliners and Vinyl s
Tops Mobile Unit. I do the Coastal Coatings-Jarrod,
work at your home or For Sale Gravely, Interior/exterior painting, 0 -
workplace. Reasonable "z.. m owe, " Interior/exterior painting,
workplace.Reasonable "zero-turn" mower, 36" cut, Pressure washing. Free
rates on new vinyl tops year old, mint condition, estimates 9 years expert
and auto carpeting. Free cost $2,899.00, sell ence. License & insured.
estimates. Call anytime, $2,000. cash, firm Will match any reasonable
leave message. (850) 850-547-5524. Leave mes- tid on bid form.
638-7351 sage.

Sod For Sale on the farm,P
delivered or installed.
Centipede and 419 Ber- Tractor Work- Bushhogg-
muda. West Florida Turf I
(5)3-80 ^o^^F ^ing, Grading, Disking.2
(850)638-4860- Kubota front-end loader, 1
(850415-0385. Established u smallexcavator for ditch
1980 work. 373-8922.
' Sod Sod Sod Quality you
I will sit with your can depend on. Irrigated, . SV
elderly,loved ones. Have weed & pest controlled.
experience and Centipede and St. Augus- Sewing Machine and
references.offering com- tine. Delivery and installa- Vacuum Cleaner Repair,
panionship, cooking, tion available. 8 miles SW guaranteed service onpall
housekeeping, driving, at of Chipley for easy cus- makes and models. Free
reasonable rates. tomer hauling. Call any- estimates Western Auto,
547-4159 time. Billy and LeolaBrock 216 N. Waukesha, Boni-
(850) 638-1202; 326-1500 fay. 547-3910

Get Crane Trained! Crane/Heavy Equip Train-
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call (866)218-2763.

Notice: Post Office Positions Now Available.
Avg. Pay $20/hour or $57K annually including
Federal Benefits and OT. Get your exam guide
materials now. (866)713-4492 USWA. Fee Req:


Bonus 36-43 cpm/$1.20 PM $0 Lease/Teams
Needed Class A + 3 months recent OTR required

Part-time, home-based Internet business. Earn
$941 per month or much more. Flexible hours.
Training provided. No selling required. FREE de-
tails. www.K348.com.

Free- 4 black & white kit-
tens. Good barn cats.
6wks old. Call 638-0784 or
850-532-0759. " House
trained & can eat dry food.

Cow/Calf pairs, black li-
mousin, $1,000. a pair.
Black and red bulls
$1,200. to $1,500. Call

Hay For Sale! Fertilized
Argentina & Tifton 9, 4x5
Rolls, $35.00. Call
850-956-2019 or

BOX 647 OR 1293 JACK- .I . I- - Opening Soon
32428, OR TELEPHONE VAL- Dec 8 - Vernon. - For Sale: AKC Registered TION 12,000 SQ FT HWY
(850) 638-6008 EXT 232. Need craft vendors - blood Hound puppies. 98 NEAR DESTIN SEEK-
AMOUNT TO REDEEM Set up fee $10.00. Call Champion Blood lines. OF WANTING QUALITY DEALS & INTERI-
FOR December Ann 535-0670 or Betty Ready for Christmas. Call ORS CALL 624-1194
$1,365.02 IN U.S. CUR- 535-9603 334-790-7861

Drivers-Flatbed Recent Average $927,00/wk
Late Model Equipment, Strong Freight Network,
401K, Blue Cross Insurance, (800)771-6318

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Driver-BYNUM TRANSPORT- needs qualified
drivers for Central Florida- Local & National OTR
positions. Food grade tanker, no hazmat, no pumps,
great benefits, competitive pay.& new equipment.
(866)GO-BYNUM. Need 2 years experience.

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3BR/2BA 1,451+/- sq ft. Min Bid $141,471. Bid
online 12/10-12/12www.bid4assets.com/NWT2.

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2BA 1,680+/- sq ft. Min Bid $94,250. Bid online
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Wanted To Buy antiques, 3 Cemetery Plots in old Drivers Needed experienced Ap- ALL LARGE 3BR/2BA Home on Lucas Mobile Homes for rent
collectibles, gold, silver, division, Lot #273, in pliance Technician. Call APARTMENTS-1 BR, Lake Rd. $650 a month, (3/1 and 2/1), quiet area,
dinnerware, collections, Glenwood Cemetery, TRA Transportation Beasley Appliance @ $450 S/D $200. 3BD/1BA $300 deposit. Pets apon close to town/shopping;
paintings, call Al Schmidt Chipley, FL. Call for price, needs OTR drivers. Great 850-373-7150 $650 S/D $350. Downtown approval. Call 773-7232 or Section 8 tenants wel-
850-638-7304 850-433-5318. pay/benefits. Good home Chipley, convenient loca- 625-7697. comed. 850-260-2106.
For Sale furniture and time! Clean MVR/2yrs. Trades tion. Rent includes stove,
appliances, 1990 Pontiac Exp. Req. 800-296-7545 x refrigerator, city water, For rent: 3BR/1BA all ap- Mobile Homes for rent in
Transport, 1986 Chevy 120. Want An Opportunity sewer, garbage. Everyth- pliances, blinds, south-Cottondaleon SapRoad,
1I Blazer. 1734 Worley Rd., with a growing company? ing new. Sorry no pets or west colors, ceiling fans, 8 miles east of Chipley.BA
Auction Sat., Dec. 1 Chipley 850-415-1030 Front Desk & Night Want to work hard and be HUD. 850-638-3306. deck, screened back 3BR/2BA and 2BR/2BA
2007. Hwy 231 N Camp- rewarded for it? Reed porch, attached shed available. Total electric.
, 2007. Hwy 231 N Camp- -- -Auditor job opening rewarded for t? Reed Forrent greenhouse, composer (850)258-4868; 209-8847
bellton, FL. 8am misc J & J Chimmney Sweep- Experience with com- Concrete and Construc- Sleepy Hollow double carport, fenced www.charloscountryliv-
items. 9am equipment. Call anytime. puters. Apply in person tion, Inc., in Bonifay would Apartments back yard no pets, in ingco
Local Farm dispersal, con- 850-260-6571 or Comfort Inn & Suites, like to talk with you. 2BR/1BA, water, garbage Chipley, close to everyth- The Park at 2350
struction, county, city, 850-326-1492. Chipley. 850-547-5767 & lawn care included. ing.$850/mo., 3BR/1BA$425
bank repose, plus con- New Bicycles, 26-inch, HUD not accepted. $650/deposit. 638-8220. 3BR/2BA$450
signments. LLCasoFL#642 AuctonLakota Huffy, 1 girl, 1 boy, Golden Flake Snack 638-7128 Progressive Realty 547-3746
(850)263-0473 office no taxes, no assembling Foods seeking to hire de- Graceland Manor Apart-
(850)26358-7652 Chad' fee. Perfect Christmas pendable route salesman. ments. Rental assistance Nice clean Houses, .- - ..
(850)849-0792 Gerald gifts. $50.00 each. Call Drug Free workplace. on 1, 2,R and 3 bedrooms. Apartments, Mobile
wwwmasonauction.com 773-2828 Benefits. Call Mon-Fri Handicapped and homes for rent ..... -
RolledArgentina Bahian800-239-1462 non-handicapped accessi- 4BR/2bath brick home for
ay fRolled . $35 per roll. Health ble apartments. 850 sale 850-547-5085 or
hay for sale. $35 per roll. Healthcare 638-1280-263-4464, TDD/TTY 711. 850-547-2531
or 850-832-297.381280 Doctors office in Borifay TE 5445 Brown Street Small House partially fur- , ,
Approx 400 sq. ft. 2 Tr r/T d now hiring office help: 6100 - Business/ usGracevie, FL. Equa nished. Available for appli-
Red Oak Flooring, Cabin Tractor/IMT 560 delufn CNA, Receptionist and Commercial housingauthority cation Dec. 1st. Security REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
grade; Flourescent light 224mower. $6,000. 1994 th PCT's needed. Call Linda 6110- Apartments Townhouse Apt for rent- deposit $550 + $550
fixture, misc. windows Sunine/Saturn, 20 foot Harris @ 547-9993. 6120- Beach Rentals 2BR/1.hBA. Chipley. monthly rent. Smoke free 7100- Homes
___Artvprs________2_o86130 - Condo/Townhouse $595/mth. 638-1918. environment. No pets or 71108- Beach Home/
i parts travel trailer. $7,000. 6140 - HouseRentalsHUD. 850-638-1272 Properly
excellent condition with 6150-Roommate Wanted Townhouse Apt for rent- 7120 - Commercial
- extras. Registered Quarter h Wanted Ii 61608- Rooms for Rent 2BR/1.5BA. Chipley. o 71430-Fnrs o r nuses
horse mare. Great with Help Wanted- Ihasnterim 6170- Mobile Home/Lot $595/mth. 638-1918. 7140 -Fa!is & Ranches
hkids, $900. Call Healthcare has an 180 - Out-of-Town Rentals. 7150- Lots and Acreage
S 3k200 50547-209 immediate opening in the 6190 - Timeshare Rentals 3E 2 6170 i 7160 - Mobile Homes/Lots
Firewood For Sale; 8 7Sunny Hills area, 36 hrs. a 6200 - Vacation Rentals A S3 br, 2 ba 14' wide on 7100 Investment
pickup or delivery, 1A, 1/2, Wanted to Rent- Farm week, Mon, Tues, and 6140 large lot w/country setting Property
or full cord. All seasoned land in Graceville, Chip- Wed. for an L.RN. If inter- in Washington Co. Good 7190-Out-of-Town
hardwood. Call for prices ley, Bonifay area. Or tested please call (850) Publisher'S hunting, fishing & Swimm- Real Estate
and availability, pasture land for cows. 482-2770 or stop by 4306 610o 0 Notice ing $450 mo + $350 dep 7200 - Timeshare
850-209-5370 Call anytime, 5th Avenue, Marianna, to 2 Offices and/or stores 850-918-7876 or 535-0665
850-718-1859 or apply. 1,250 square feet for both. All real estate advertising inA
T 535-4602. Lookingfor outgoing, n- Great location in down- this newspaper is subject to 1BR/1BA Mobile Home
J Looking for outgoing, town Bonifay, rent for the Fair Housing Act which w/addon + shed. Very 710 I
| 3220 | ergetic people, who like to $400. each. Call makes it illegal to advertise clean & nice. Quite By owner 747 Gilbert
B&B Furniture 1342 help others. You can join 850-547-3530 and any preference, limitation or country setting, 2 miles Drive, Chipley.
North RR Avenue, Chip- | 3320 I our team as a customer 850-547-5244. race, color, religion, sex, from Vernon. $295/mo. 3BR/1.2BA. Newly Re-
ley. We pay cash for Leola Brock Nurseries service representative or a handicap, familial status or 535-9886. modeled. (w) 718-2268;
clean, quality furniture. LLC Plants, trees and tax professional. We are Executive Office national origin, or an inten- (h)547-2937
850-557-0211 or shrubs. Landscape de- looking for experienced space for lease on tion, to make any such pref- 2BR Singlewide. Water &
850-415-6866. Ask for sign, landscape contract- tax professionals and we Brickyard Rd. Great crimination" Familialstatus electric. Front & back
Pasco or Carolyn ng, irrigation systems, offer a pay while you learn location across from includes children under the porch. No pets. Call 7150
Furniture & Mattresses 1788 White Road, Bonifay, program Join America's Chipley High School. age of 18 living with parents 8 5 0 - 6 3 8 - 1 9 1 1 ,
Low, low, low overhead FL 32425 (Washington Best & Largest Tax Prep- 638-7700 or legal custodians, preg- 850-326-0044, or 41-acre parcel in Jackson
guarantees low, low, low County) (850)638-1202; aration Company today! www.chipleyofficefor nantwomen and peoples 850-326-2201.County wth pond Near
prices. P&S Discount Fur- 326-1500 Seasonal part-time and lease.com under18. children 850-326-2201. Armory;, will divide.
niture, Chipley. (Since full-time positions availa- under 18. 3BR/2BA Singlewide. $10, 000/acre. Juanita
1973) 850638-4311 (n ble starting December 10. Executive Office Space This newspaper will not CH/A. 2614 Springhill Rd., Stewart Realty
ble starting Decembe for rent downtown Chip- knowingly accept any adver- 2 miles south of Bonifay 638-3514/849-4031.
Send resumes to ley. 638-1918 rising for real estate which is off Jenkins Rd.
Sresumes@rblce.com orOc in violation of the law. Our 850-547-4198.
S3230 H&R Block, 120 N. Wau-Office Space for Rent 3 readers are hereby informed
ea r B f F rtfsn l that all dwellings advertised 3BR/2bath Mobile Home,
4Fam ,kesha Street, Bonifay, FL private offices, 2nd floor.in this newspaper are availa--s
4 Family Yard Sale- Sat- 32425 AC/carpeted. Dunn ble on a equal opportune East of Westpoint on Rock PANA
urday, Dec.lst. Corner 77 ,Buil d ng. $350 plus tax basis. To complain of dis- Hill Church Rd. Central N E
& South Blvd. Misc items Otler 850-5792821. crimination call HUD toll-free Heat/air, we furnish water N/ 1]
plants, baby furniture and IELMn IT ______y__rr8,at 1-800-669-9777. The and lawn service. $500.
cothes. 4100 -Help Wanted Mystery Shoppers, get toll-free umber or the hear per month with deposit
Moving sale, everything 4130- Employment paid to shop! Retail/dining g impaired is00-927-975 and references required.
must go. 2048 Happy Information establishments need un- 1 6110 No Pets. 638-8570
Hollow Rd. Follow the -derercover clients to judge < BR/bath Do6110lwde i
signs, approximately 3 quality customer service. 1 Bedroom Apartment in 3BR/2bath Doublew de
ies. Earn up to $150. a day. Chipley Convenient loca- Trailer for rent in Bonifay.M
M U LT I A M I L4100Call (888)-523-1013. tion. No pets. 638-4640. Call 850-547-3462
YARDSALE irns Saturay Drivers For Rent- 1680 3R'2BA - A
Dec:eertr 1.1 L,:,,Caled DID t.lobile Home on pr.,ate
Guenler . Guenler 52 DRIVERS WANTED- an 4 5 le South
H,..y 90 Eai1 4-1 2 i-les Trn-Couniy Community i.-10 n Cnrpley $600 00
from ,rersec,:r, ct r, CounCil Inc l s accep- m:nth $450 00 deposit
77 and .- 90 7arrurn, l ng applicaltons Ifor 850-258-0382
Drivers Ior Ine Bay Area
Rummage Sale- Saiura, Transponartaon Pro. For Rent, mobile rome r
December 1 st 7 00ar,.- ram Great Benefils 2BR lain Iocaieo Ciry of
tJcon Frsit Lrled .Metr,. Bonilay '300 00 a rronNs
codst rul.:r,ur Crhple, DUTIES Transpon plus deposit IJo pels
L msoe,. ,lu- re drelermn ioca In OVER 40 HOMES, CONDOS & LOTS e , H mess
o uuree', preidelerm-ned iocaon 850.547.2043

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i.:.ts of large t.:e ,:ioine driving experience wilh-
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b' 6 1a 31, lOc'c have a CDL Divers's I.
'*mi-urii'i cense or be willing to
Yard Sale- Sat Dec 131 oitan. agree lo pnysi-
9amn-.iprr LC-5 or m.: Cal and backgrounO
emfr , :i rps .r,:.es il': screening
15'.5 teuarn Hll Cir
- Applications may be
obiaried .1 1021
Massaline Drive. PC
S3240 1850-769-2140) lor ,n.
S lormaion or call (800)
*Gun Show* 395.2696. Applications
De.: n ri i, . must be submitted by
IJ ai' Par ijj F- I. I Blo December 07. 2007.
Dc,:lir,.a', lT.am. Successful applicant
OVER 250 TABLES will be sublecl io
Ou.air, Gurn . ni r,,ie .., pre-employmenit rug
Sai 9�'4 .pmT Sun .4p-m lest
Only qualified appli.
m cans wil be consid-
3250 erea
Pecan and Shelling E,,.
.an arid = ...,- 'r,, iror EQUAL OPPORTUNITY
zile Gr . e a., lie r EMPLOYER AND
E,.,,. u0. -6i'r.iia7 DRUG AND SMOKE
J,,arla 8 -6'.4.":-'6 FREE WORKPLACE

inCluding 2 Chipley Single Family Homes


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Chipley Auction Held On Site
Friday, December 14th @ 2 P.M.
'lC0 3'rd . hr '-hple, Fi. L--'I In

3':,: Broker Porticipation In ited

Sheila Barbee
mobile 850.527.3038
office 850.638.2777

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Have a car, truck van or
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.to sell? We'll run your ad in
all three publications for


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20 Words - 8 Weeks - One LOW Price!

To place your ad, call

850-638-0212 * 850-547-9414

Washington County News
Holmes County Times-Advertiser
Weekly Advertiser
.*Up to 20 words. Personal ads only, no dealers.




With A Hometown Welcome

Stock #101778. Leather, Power Sunn
St...: "r'19..8 TIT Cruine Auionaric Carper. Entertainment Heated Front Seats, Runt
.: .r, Seat Tr3,1.r To-, . Mirror, ' Sidus Radio, Trailer Tow Group, Qua
MSRP $25,850 MSRP $39,

s15,956 s27,8

11:1,:,11 Hr.lar,:.. " jiomrtic, 3.81L V-8, Trac-Loc
CLnerr, -,ir, ih-,i-ySound, Cloth Seats
MSRP $25,57013

, 4, 57C

01 DODGE GRAND CARAVAN............................. #101774A 5,976 08 DODGE AVENGER SE ...................................#P
04 CHEVROLET CAVALIER......................#101864A 6,983 05 CHRYSLERTOWN & COUNTRY LXI..................#101
00 DODGE RAM 1500.................................... #101762B 17,987 03 FORD F.-150 SUPERCREW XL(T............................ #P
04 DODGE NEON............................................ #101829A 7,993 08 CHEVY IMPAA LS ................. ...... ............ ....... #
05 DODGE NEON SXT......................... ...................... #P243 '8,981 06 DODGE DURANGO SLT.....................................,. F#
04 CHEVROLET MAUBU LS...................................... 99A 8,981 06 FORD MUSTANG, PONY PKG........................ #P46
04 TOYOTA COROLLA LE..... ............. . #101B 9,96 06 DODGE MAGNUM ST ...................................... #P
06 CHRYSLER PT CRUISER.........................................#P1220 9,981 06 DODGE DURANGO SLT 4WD............................ #P
02 DODGE RAM 1500 QUAD CAB SLT .............. #101545A 10,891 06 JEEPCOMMANDERSPORT 4X4......,......... 13 2Pt
01 FORD F.150 SUPERCAB ARIAT..................#P1251 $10,973 F F.ARAT
03 FORD CROWN VICTORIA SPORT, Lt ..........#P1264 11,846 6 FOR 150 SUP W AT..................#101
07 CHRYSLER PT CRUISER-............... ...... #Pt2t18ll ,974 6CHRYSLER 300TOURING ...... .....
05 SATURN L SERIES................... ..... ........ #1016 A$12,872 06 CHRYSLER 300 LIMIED........................... .....#P
04 TOYOTA SEQUOIA SR5............................. #101825A13,861 04DODGEO2500QUADCAB4X4 DIESEL.........#1020
03 CHEVROLET TRAILBLAZER 4X4 ...................101733A 13,986 07 JEP WRANGLER 4 DOOR SPORT................ #P1
06 CHRYSLER SEBRING CONVERTIBLE TOURING. #P1259 13,987 04 uNcoul NAVIGATOR..................................... P11
02 GMC YUKON XL....................................... #102012A 14,736 05 FORD F-250 SUPERCREW ARIAT 4X4 DIESEL...
05 JEEP LIBERTY RENEGADE....................... #101587A '14,874 06 DODGE 2500 QUAD CAB LARAMIE 4X4.......#101
-: F ,r-.,-,, ir. 1 UC.-'. i 1 -.:.-,me Rebates on Select Models. All Prices Plus Tax, Tag, Title and Dealer Prep.
., r, BOB PFORTE: :"
I ,.ir DODGE * CHRYSLER * JEEP -.- "
,it, Oil Top" Across From ZAXBY'S, Marianna, FL '1e1

(850)482-4601 * (800) 483-1440

'1 2


52 14,974
A $15,885
I '15,986
01 17,647
1 18,627
98 18,742
97 18,979
A '19,964
5 '20,947
9 '21,983
A 23,642
2 '24,637
A 26,763
A '31,872

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1990 Cadillac Deville.
MP Enterprises Land Clean, good condition.
Sale and Finance. 5 acres Many new parts; Struts,
or more for houses only, Radiator, Heater Core, etc.
wooded & pasture. 3 mi- $1,600 Or Best Offer.
les South of Chipley. 850-638-2282.
Highway 77, Gainer Rd.,
Houston Rd., Beade Rd., 2005 Chevy Aveo, 4 cylin-
Duncan Community Rd., der, auto, a/c, spoiler,
Buddy Rd., (4) five acres alloys, more. Clear Title,
(8) ten acres (5) eight ac- 40,000 miles, 34 mpg:,
res. Owner financing or $9,000. 850-547-2986
cash. Low down payment, leave message.
low monthly payments. 1994/Cadillac Eldorada,
Call Milton Peel for infer- excellent condition,
nation 850-638-1858 147,000 miles, serviced
every 3,000 miles, new
brakes, hoses, belts.
$4,000. 547-2980 more in-
formation, before 6p.m.
7160iFor Sale, 97 Cadillac Dev-
ilie, clean and dependa-
TENANTS HELP PAY ble. $6000. Call
MORTGAGE: Four mobile 850-260-5375
homes on 4-acres; ,-
3/2DW, 3/1SW, (2)-2/1SW. : - e - i
Close to town; blocks " ._
from 90. Seller help with 1 8120
buyers costs. Juanita 2002 Jeep Liberty sports,
Stewart Realty fully loaded, 6 cylinder,
638-3514/849-4031. low mileage, pristine, like
____new, black, $9,500.

For Sale: New tires 205
4017 $250 set
258-5913, 980 watt 2
Channel amplifier $180
AUTOMO1VE, MARINE 638-2999, chrome
L RECREATIO wheels 16 inch-new 6
8100- Antique & Collectibles lug $350, 258-5913
8110 - Cars Used tires 235 8516
8120 - Sports Utility Vehicles $145 all four 638-2999 ,
8130-Trucks used tires 2055516 all
8140 - Vans four $75 638-2999, An-
8150 - Commrcial tique bedroom set 10
810 - MoAuto Partcycles piece must see $2500
& Accessories 258-5913
8210 - Boats Antique dining table 4
8220 - Personal Watercraft chairs, server tiger oak
8230 - Sailboats $1400 258-5913, 20"
'8240 - Boat & Marine chrome wheels 5 lug
Supplies $750
8310 - Aircraft/Aviation
8320 - ATV/Off Road Vehicles
8330 - Campers & Trailers BOATS
8340 - Motorhomes
8210 .
Boston Whaler
2006 150 sport, 60 hp 4'
stroke merc., like new,
A CITY bimini fish finder, full
SA D cushions, .trailer, more.
JERA L5 $15,000. (850) 774-2333

�ay at the 8330
1992 25ft Coachman
travel trailer, self con-
tained camper. Everything
works. Needs a little work.
$2500 firm. 850-547-4859.
AvnFor Sale- 96/26' Jayco
Travel Trailer. Great
Shape. Must See.
850-638-1130 or
For Sale- New 20ft flatbed
i trailer. $1,850. Handicap
chair it for stairs Cost
road Ave e $3,500, asking $1700.
638-8722.or 260-2858.

800.331.6620 x 16
Subjed to all terms of sale # L Fisher AU220, AN 106

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