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Memorial service honors
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Memorial march held for Henderson Friday afternoon

Managing Editor
CHIPLEY - The Washington
County branch of the National
Association for the Advancement
of Colored People held a memo-
rial march for LaShaun Hender-
son, who was killed in a traffic ac-
cident Friday evening in Chipley.
Permission for the march to

gather at the National Guard Ar-
mory, go up 7th Street to State 3 '. 'i
90, and go back down 7th Street
toward Orange Hill Highway was
approved by Chipley City Council
at its regular meeting Thursday
night. The March began at 2 p.m. , ',.
and was scheduled to last until
Simon Sheffield of the NAACP


JAY FELSBERG I Managing Editor

James Barnes
retires after 23 years
in law enforcement

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Pulling for education tractor show coming soon

VERNON - The Wash-
ington County Scholarship
Trust will be sponsoring
the Eighth Annual Pull-
ing for Education Tractor
Show and Pull on Satur-
day, Oct. 10. The event will

have a antique tractor pull
that will be ongoing all day,
along with garden tractors.
Many demonstrations will
be on site. such as black-
smithing, grinding corn-
meal, running stationary

engines and soap making.
This is an event for the en-
tire family. Food vendors
will be serving up all kinds
of great food, as well as
merchandise vendors with
various wares for sale.

Any vendors wishing
to participate in the show
contact Deborah Metz
Andrews at 638-4606. For
additional information,
contact Robert Davis at

tentative budget,

millage rate

Managing Editor
CHIPLEY - Chipley City
Council approved its ten-
tative 2009-10 budget and
millage rate at its regular
meeting Thursday night.
The final hearing on the
proposed $5.654 million
budget will be held Sept.
24. Tentative millage is
6.0 mills with a rollback
rate of 5.827 mills.
The millage rate was
5.8 in the 2008-09 budget.
The tentative budget
is balanced, but it re-
quired cuts in several
programs. One item de-
leted from the next bud-
get is employee dental
insurance, while provid-
ing $97,000 for.the revival
of the City recreation de-
That decision became
necessary when the
YMCA of the Emerald
Coast announced its in-
tention to leave Chipley
and several other cities
due to revenue losses in
a sour economy. The City
combined the $50,000
originally budgeted to
the YMCA and added
$47,000. The Board of
County Commissioners
will provide $26,000 of
the total for utilities.
The YMCA contract
runs out on Sept. 30 but
their staff has already
left town.
City Administrator
Jim Morris recommend-
ed that the old Recre-
ation Board be revived
with seven members.
Council would appoint
five and the board would
choose the other two.
Also included would be
a non-voting council rep-
resentative, a non-voting
representative from the
county and the non-vot-
ing recreation director.
The council approved
advertising for the direc-
tor's position.
Support organization
Pal Park Plus will run
concessions, with 20 of
the income going to the
City. Morris praised the
organization for its work,
noting that they have
turned about $40,000
back to the City for the
In other
business, Council:
*Heard Garden Club
President Dorothy


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march for
on Friday.


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Saturday, September 12, 2009

CHS plans fun-filled weekend events for Sept. 25-26

Cow Chip Festival
CHIPLEY - Chipley High
School is planning a Cow
Chip Festival to be held
Saturday, Sept. 26, at the
new CHS sports fields
starting at 10 a.m.
This event is a school-
wide fundraiser sponsored
by the Chipley FFA Chap-
ter and CHS baseball, vol-
leyball and golf teams.
Cow Chip Bingo will
pit your luck against the
gastronomical actions of
a cow and her ability to do
"what comes naturally." A
50-by- 50-yard playing area
will be divided into 1-yard
squares. Each square rep-
resents a "land deed par-
cel" that can be purchased
for $5 each from members
of the FFA, baseball, vol-

leyball and golf teams.
Checks should be made
payable to Chipley High
At noon on Sept. 26, the
cows will be brought onto
the baseball field to do
"what comes naturally."
The first three "chips"
will be recorded and mea-
sured by the Cow Chip
judges. They will then lo-
cate the land deed parcels
and determine the win-
ners. First chip wins $250,
second chip wins $500, and
third chip wins $1,000; ac-
tual amounts will be based
on the percentage of total
parcels sold.
Your "deed" to a Cow
Chip Bingo square con-
fers no actual rights of
ownership to the land. It
is only valid on the day of

the event for the duration
of the game.
Other planned events
include Kiss the Cow, Cow
Chip Tossing, hayrides for
the kids, 5K Cow Trot, Jail
and Bail, barbecue, baked
goods and concessions.
For more information,
call Alex Webb or Bry-
an Lee at Chipley High
School at 638-6100.

JROTC barbecue
The Chipley High
School JROTC Program
is having a barbecue
plate sale Sept. 26. The
plates will include bar-
becue ribs, baked beans,
potato salad or coleslaw,
dessert and a drink. The
cost of the plates will be
$6 each. Slabs of ribs can

be ordered at $15 each.
The plates or slabs can be
picked up from 11 a.m. to
1 p.m. To buy tickets, call
JROTC at 850-638-6100,
ext. 503, or Mrs. Sherrie
at 850-726-0052, or see any
JROTC cadet.

Powder Puff
The Student Council,
sponsored by Carol C.
Schimpf, is sponsoring
the Powder Puff Football
game, which will be held
on Friday, Sept. 25, at 6:30
p.m. at the Philip Roun-
tree football stadium. All
grades will be participat-
ing and earning points
for the homecoming class
competition. The game
will be open to the public

for an admission fee of $3.
The game schedule will
be as follows:
First quarter - juniors
vs. freshmen
Second quarter - se-
niors vs. sophomores
Third quarter - losing
teams from first and sec-
ond quarters play for third
and fourth place.
Fourth quarter - win-
ning teams from first and
second quarter play for
first and second place.
The games will be
played as flag football
(no tackling). There will
be referees and announc-
ers. Girls will be players.
Boys from each grade will
be cheerleaders. Football
players from each grade
will be team coaches.
Team shirts will be avail-

able. See Mrs. Schimpf for
order forms.
Senior T-shirt color:
Junior T-shirt color:
Sophomore T-shirt col-
or: yellow
Freshman T-shirt color:
An optional practice
will be on Saturday, Sept.
19, from 9 a.m. to noon,
and the mandatory prac-
tice will be held on Tues-
day, Sept. 22, from 6-8
p.m. on campus at the
CHS practice fields. Stu-
dents are responsible for
their own transportation.
Note: Only those students
participating as players,
coaches or cheerleaders
will be allowed in the prac-
tice areas.

Community BRIEFS

The Great Banquet
CHIPLEY - A challenge
has been issued to all com-
munity leaders to help feed
those in need on Thanks-
giving Day Two essential
things needed to ensure
the success of the Banquet
are people donating their
time and financial support.
Donation by check
should be made out to West
Florida Baptist Association
and mailed to: West Florida
Baptist Association, Attn:
The Great Banquet, PO.

Box 651, Chipley, FL 32428.
For more information,
call Barry Rockburn at 638-

One South Bank
CHIPLEY - One South
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breaking ceremony on
Tuesday, Sept. 15, at 1 p.m.
on Highway 77 S. across
from the Washington
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County. The fully capital-
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operations in early 2009 at
its current location in the
Washington Square Shop-
ping Center.
The public is invited
to attend the ceremony.
Light refreshments will be
served. For more informa-
tion, call 850-415-6870.

Concerned Patriots
meeting in Westville
WESTVILLE - The organi-
zational and informational
meeting to form the Con-
cerned American Patriots
of Holmes County will be at
Westville City Hall on Sept.
24 at 7 p.m.
According to the mis-
sion statement, "This is
a grass roots movement
dedicated to upholding the
United States Constitution
and its amendments, and
the freedoms given by our
For information, call Ed-
die Eaton at 850-956-4100.

Marianna Day
MARIANNA - Marianna
Day, celebrating the 145th
anniversary of the Battle of
Marianna, is scheduled for
Sept. 25-27. Festivities be-
-gin Friday at the Citizens
Lodge Park at 9 a.m. The
Civil War Camps open to
the public from 1:30-9 p.m.
featuring musical enter-
tainment, vendors, sutlers
and arts and crafts.
Saturday activities be-
gin in downtown Marianna
at Confederate Memorial
Park honoring the 10 he-
roes that died in the Battle
of Marianna.
United Daughters of
the Confederacy, Chapter

1039, is seeking relatives
of those who fought in the
battle. Call 482-3477 or 663-
2560 with any information
on living relatives of the
following: Henry O Bassett,
James H. Brett, John C.
Carter, M.N. Dickson, Ar-
thur Lewis Sr., Woodbury
Nickels, Solomon Sullivan,
Francis Allen, M.A. Butler
or Littleton Myrick.
Other Saturday activi-
ties include a parade at 10
a.m. followed by re-enac-
tors behind the parade re-
enacting the battle all the
way to the courthouse.
Activities at Citizens
Lodge Park, noon to 9 p.m.,
will include bluegrass mu-
sic festival, vendors, sutlers
and arts and crafts. Battle
re-enactment begins at 3
p.m., with cannon and py-
rotechnics larger'than the
downtown event.
Sunday participants will
break camp. A church ser-
vice is to be held at 10.a.m.

Chipola Board
MARIANNA - Chipola
College Board of Trustees
will meet Tuesday, Sept. 15.
The Board dinner is at 5:30
p.m., and the regular meet-
ing starts at 7 p.m. The
next meeting is scheduled
for Oct. 27.

College Night at GCC
PANAMA CITY - In a tradi-
tion spanning many years,
Gulf Coast Community Col-
lege will be hosting College
Night on Thursday, Sept.
17, from 6-8 p.m. on the
second floor of the Student
Union East on the Panama
City Campus.
More than 30 represen-
tatives from colleges and
universities across the
Southeast will be avail-
able at this annual event
to speak with prospective
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Concerns about admissions
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programs of study, finan-
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resource for prospective
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Coast Community College
and Bay District Schools
are sponsoring the annual
Sizzling Science extrava-
ganza. Sizzling Science dis-
plays the fascinating world
of science while offering
fun at the same time. Take
part in a rocket launch,
investigate the inside of a
human cell, dissect various
specimens, touch different
marine organisms, watch a
chemistry magic show and
participate in many other
hands-on activities.
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include NOAA, Zoo World
and Gulf World.
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from 4-7 p.m. Oct. 2. in the
green space between the
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about safety

According to a Florida
Fish and Wildlife Conser-
vation Commission (FWC)
report, the deaths of six
people in three separate
boating-related accidents
in Florida over Labor Day
weekend are stark remind-
ers that the need to practice
safe boating is as critical as
Three people died Friday
night when two vessels col-
lided near Brooks Bridge at
Fort Walton Beach. Two of
the victims were from Ala-
bama; the other, Texas.
On Saturday, three oth-
ers died, including a father
and son from Tequesta who
were bass fishing in Lake
Okeechobee. Later in the
day, an Alabama man died
after the family fishing boat
capsized in the Gulf of Mex-
ico off Indian Pass in Gulf
"It's quite likely that not
one of those who died this
past weekend ever thought
something like that would
happen to them," said
Capt. Richard Moore of
the FWC's Division of Law
Enforcement. "Too many
people who enjoy boating
in Florida think the same
Although the causes
vary, many of Florida's
boating accidents involve
a collision with another
vessel or object, such as a
bridge piling, navigation
buoy or even the shoreline.
The FWC's boating safety
staff says boat operators
must maintain 360-degree
situational awareness to
avoid dangerous situa-
tions. Passengers can help
by alerting the operator to
anything that might be in
the path of their boat.
Boaters can make them-
selves safer is to wear a life
jacket. An estimated 60 per-
cent of all people who die
in boating accidents would
have survived if they wore
a life jacket. No one on any
of the boats involved in the
three incidents over the
� weekend wore a life jacket.
A variety of life jackets
are available to boaters,
including newer styles of
inflatable models that are
much smaller, lighter and
more comfortable to wear
than traditional vest life
jackets. One new style, the
belt pack, goes around the
waist. A suspender style
also is available. Some of
these models activate au-
tomatically if the wearer
falls into the water. Under
the laws of most states,
the inflatable models must
be worn to count as a life
jacket. In other words, just
having them in the boat is
not enough.
"There isn't a better
place to enjoy boating than
here in Florida, and we get
to enjoy the water year-
round," Moore said. "But
something that much fun
can quickly turn to tragedy
if we let our guard down."
During Flinda's Labor
Day holiday weekend in
2008, no lives were lost in
boating accidents. So far
in 2009, Florida has lost 52
people in boating accidents.

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Retirement celebration hosted for Barnes WiregraodS
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Staff Writer
cspeors@chipleypoper.com .,.

BONIFAY - The employ-
ees, friends and family of the
Holmes County Sheriff's De-
partment held a banquet for
retiring Capt. James Barnes
at the Holmes County Ag
Center Sept. 4.
Barnes said he agreed to
stay with the sheriff's office
for one year after Holmes
County Sheriff Tim Brown
was elected sheriff and that
he had been in law enforce-
ment for 23 years. Barnes
retired from the Washington
County Sheriff's Office last
What he's learned during
his years oflaw enforcement,
he said, is to "do it right the
first time, and you don't have
to worry about having to do
it again."
"I started in Washington
County after serving in the
Marine Corps for 22 years,"
he said. "I joined the Ma-
rine Corps right out of high
* "It's been a pleasure
working with both the Hol-
mes and Washington County
law enforcement agencies,"
he said. "I've dedicated over
23 years to law enforcement,
and now it's time to leave it
to the younger generation."
Barnes said his plans are
to wait for his wife to retire
so they can travel and that
he looks forward to spending
time with his grandchildren.
"We also gave out awards

CECILA SPEARS I Staff Reporter
Capt. James Barnes is honored by Holmes County Sheriff Tim Brown. They are joined by Lt. Tom Loucks, new
jail director, center, and Chief Deputy John Braxton Jr., right.

of appreciation to former
employees Pat Kent, Joyce
Brown, Vertia McClain and
Ed Barton for all of their
hard work and dedication
throughout the years serv-
ing our community," said
Brown. "I believe it is very
important to show our ap-
preciation to all those who've
dedicated so much of their
lives to serve others.".
Mirissa Smith also was

awarded a plaque of ap-
preciation for her years of
service before she leaves
the department to work in-
Panama City.
"We wish her nothing but
the best in her new endeav-
ors," said Brown. "We will all
miss her dearly."
Fish, hushpuppies,
coleslaw, baked beans and
cheese grits were served,
along with an assortment of

homemade cakes and des-
"I would also like to ex-
press gratitude to all those
who helped put this ban-
quet together," said Brown.
"Those who put together the
food and decorations did a
wonderful job, and it's only
right to give credit where
credit is due."
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DOTHAN, Ala.- The 19th
annual Wiregrass Model
Railroad Show and Sale
is scheduled from 9 a.m.
to 5 p.m. Saturday, Sept.
19, and from 10 a.m. to 4
p.m. Sunday, Sept. 29. The
show is in the main exhibit
building at the National
Peanut Festival Fair-
grounds three miles south
of Dothan on U.S. 231.
More than 125 tables
of trains, equipment and
supplies will be available.
Several large model rail-
road layouts will be in op-.
eration. There -will be an
outdoor train for children,
weather permitting for an
additional small charge,
and hourly door prizes and
Admission is $5 per
adult and free for children
age 12 and younger when
accompanied by an adult.
For more information,
contact Danny Lewis at
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Gun & Knife Show in Washington County, Fla.
Share your sport and recreation products and services with
thousands of sports enthusiasts in North Florida
and the surrounding area.
The 2009 Outdoor Expo is the host site for the
area's premier Gun & Knife Show.
Multi-media Expo promotion will reach more than 92,000
consumers in an 8-county area. All exhibitors also receive FREE
advertising in the official 2009 Outdoor Expo Program, with
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Pursuant to Florida Statutes, the Washington County Board of
County Commissioners will conduct a public workshop on Tuesday,
September 22, 2009, at 9:00 a.m., or as soon as possible thereafter,
in the Commissioners' meeting room located at 1331 South
Boulevard, Chipley, Florida, to review and to solicit public comment
on the proposed EAR-Based-Amendments to the Washington County
Comprehensive Plan for Planning Horizon 2010-2020. This includes
unincorporated Washington County and the municipalities of Caryville,
Ebro, Vernon, and Wausau. Individual workshops will not be held
for the municipalities as they are included in this workshop. The
intention of this public workshop is to describe the requirements
of the EAR-based amendments to the Comprehensive Plan to the
general public, provide documents for review, and to receive public
input to be considered as part of the EAR-based amendments for the
Washington County Comprehensive Plan, to include the municipalities
of Caryville, Ebro, Vernon, and Wausau.

The purpose of the Public Workshop is to receive comments and
make decisions regarding the above matter. This workshop is not
to transmit or adopt. All interested members of the public are
encouraged to attend. Public workshops may be continued from
time to time as may be necessary.

Further information is available by contacting the Washington
County Planning Department at (850) 415-5093 or by mailing

Pursuant to the provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act,
any person requiring special accommodations to participate in these
meetings are asked to advise the County at (850) 638-6200 at least
48 hours before the meeting. "If any person decides to appeal any
decision made by the board, agency, or commission, with respect
to any matter considered at such meeting or hearing, he or she will
need a record of the proceedings, and that for such purposes, he or
she may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is
made, which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which
the appeal is based." FS 286.0105

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Saturday, September 12, 2009

Nursing home residents take canoe trip

On August 19,'Washington Rehabilitation and
Nursing Centers' residents and employees went
on a fun-filled canoe trip at the Econfina Canoe
Livery. Debby Gay, owner of Econfina Canoe
Livery, providedd the 11 residents and 14 employees
with canoes and life vests for the day.
The group began canoeing down the seven-mile
stretch of the creek and finished around 2 pm. and
had a picnic. The Dietary Department prepared
sandwiches, snacks, and drinks for everyone. The
residents reminisced about the canoe trip and
laughed about the rain and how everyone tried to
avoid getting wet. Everyone had a great time and
look forward to possibly doing this again soon.

-I .

Whidden gives theory about pyramids

Special to the Washington
County News

CHIPLEY - An article on
Capt. Theodore L. Whidden,
noted Chipley-based author,
says he was born at Provi-
dence Hospital in Mobile,
Ala., and Whidden says he
has called the area home for
40-plus years.
Whidden was guest
speaker Thursday at the
monthly luncheon meeting
for Friends of the Library.
He also displayed some
interesting artifacts found
near the site. Accompanying
him to the meeting was his
photographer friend, Paul
Stephens, also of Chipley.
Schooling at King's Point
College in New York, and the
University of Houston in Vic-
toria, Texas, combined with
service at the U.S. Marine
Academy gave him what he
needed to debunk historical
myths by referring to bibli-
cal data.

Whidden is an oil and
gas consultant with Sabine
Surveyors, LTD of Mobile,
where he serves as man-
ager. The company is part of
the marine cargo, transpor-
tation and insurance world
of the Gulf of Mexico.
On assignment in Egypt,
Whidden took part in a study
of the Great Pyramid (Che-
ops) on the Giza Plateau.
The group's findings com-
pletely changed ideas that
had been in effect for many
Using CSI-type tech-
niques, they found answers
that completely debunk
legend, lore, myth and
theory about how and why
the Great � Pyramid was
built and what it was used
for. Whidden says Hebrew
slaves did not build the last
of the seven worfders of the
ancient world although the
idea that they did has been
around for many years.
The Great Pyramid was
never used as a tomb for a

DONNA DYKES I Special to the Washington County News
Capt. Ted Whidden (left) talked to Susan Roberts.
Everyone had questions, and Whidden was happy
to answer them.

pharaoh, he explained. "No
one, ever in the history of
the world, has ever found a
body, mummy, or pharaoh
remains in an Egyptian pyr-

Ted is willing to share
information he and other
explorers found at the Great
Pyramid near the Nile River.

He has been writing a num-
ber of volumes known as the
"Solomon Series, Great Pyr-
amid Mystery Resolved."
The eBook is free and can
be found online at www.
SolomonSeries.com. Free
drawings, books, downloads,
and information also can be
found at the site.
Friends President Kathy
Foster conducted the meet-
ing at Blue Lake Commu-
nity Center. She introduced
several officers including
Dick Miller, who gave the
treasurer's report. Wayne
and Caroline Saunders pre-
dented a brief program us-
ing a list of things that make
daily living successful. She
gave each member a plas-
tic sandwich bag filled with
items to represent-some of
the activities mentioned: A
toothpickto pickout the good
qualities in others, Band-Aid
td help heal hurt feelings,
eraser to remember every-
one makes mistakes, paper
clip to hold things together

when they get tough and a
small candle to light up life
when things are down.
Some of the other items
were a lollipop, rubber
band, mint and a stick of
Linda -Norton, director
of Washington County Pub-
lic Library, gave a brief re-
port. She also was in charge
of the colorful table decora-
Whidden invites every-
one - students and think-
ing people - to visit the
SolomonSeries.com web-
site and download from the
series of ancient issues and
mysteries. He is currently
working on parts three, four
and five of the series with
plans for as many as 12. He
said Thursday, plans to re-
turn to Egypt sometime.
Capt. Theodore L. Whid-
den can be reached by ad-
dressing. The Solomon Se-
ries - Great Pryamid Mys-
tery Resolved, PO. Box 158,
Chipley, FL 32428.

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IN MEMORY: Coverage of memorial
services held for LaShawn Henderson.



LAW AND ORDER: Updates on the war on
crime as they happen.


photo and news cover-
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: speeches to school
children and health care.


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in America, when a sitting
president wants to tell young
Americans to stay, in school, and
challenge themselves, it creates
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JAY FELSBERG I Managing Editor
CHIPLEY - Chipley City Councilman Price Wilson (left) and Mayor Linda
Cain (right) were recognized for 20 years of service on city council. The
awards were presented by Tom Connolly of the Florida League of Cities.

MARCH from page 1

requested permission to
hold the march, with an-
other march probably to
be held on Sept. 25. Origi-
nally Sheffield requested
the march starting at the
armory, crossing State 90 to
Martin Luther King Boule-
vard, to Old Bonifay Road,
to Church Street. City Ad-
ministrator Jim Morris
said, however, that it would
be impossible to get per-
mission from the Florida
Dept. of Transportation to
close down State 90 in time
for a march on Friday.
Sheffield told Council
that he wanted to do the
march quietly, as "every-
one is upset" over the acci-
dent that took Henderson's
life. "We march on behalf
of LaShaun, to celebrate
her life and remember her
death," he said." For in-
formation call Sheffield at
638-0389 or Tracy Miller at
Sheffield also said that
a memorial service for
Henderson would be held
at Chipley High School at
8 a.m.
Dorothy Harper also
spoke to the council, asking
why the driver of the truck,
Samuel Taylor Toole, was
not in jail like Henderson's
boyfriend, Victor Keith, who
is charged with two counts
of robbery.
"What are you going
to do?" Harper asked the
council. "I think he needs to
be punished too. I just don't
think it was right." Video
of Harper's address at chi-
"It's a tragedy that af-
fects two families," said
Chipley Police Chief Kevin
Florida Highway Patrol.
investigated the accident at
the request of Chipley Po-
lice Department and report-
ed that Toole, 20, of Bonifay
was driving north on 7th
Street in Chipley at about
9:10 p.m. when his 1994
Ford truck struck Hender-
son, 17, as she was walking
down the road. Henderson
was struck by the hood and
landed on the east shoulder
of the road.
FHP reported that Toole
steered sharply left trying
to avoid Henderson and
applied his brakes, causing
the truck to skid 73 feet.
Henderson was taken
to Northwest Florida Com-
munity Hospital, but died
on the way to Tallahassee
Memorial Hospital on Air-
Chipley Police Depart-
ment has also charged Vic-
tor Keith, 18, with robbery
of the driver of the pickup
and his passenger. Keith
was walking on the other
side of the street along with
Henderson at the time of
the accident.
out a truck window and took
money from Toole and his
passenger. Keith told Flor-
ida Freedom Newspaper
that Toole's truck did not
have its lights on, and that
Keith's passenger, Kim-
berly Brown, 20, willingly
gave him $69 after he asked
for funds because he knew
there would be medical bills
for Henderson.

JAY FELSBERG I Managing Editor
Dorothy Harper spoke to Chipley City Council about
the death of LaShaun Henderson.

Family members also
told Florida Freedom
Newspapers that Toole re-
fused to call police and that
it took 30 minutes for an
ambulance to arrive. Toole
has not commented on the

case. Henderson's viewing
at at Cooper Funeral Home
in Chipley on Saturday from
3-6 p.m.
More coverage of the
Henderson case online at



CHIPLEY - Chipley Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps honored
member LaShaun Henderson with a memorial service Friday morning.
Henderson was struck by a vehicle and killed on 7th Avenue in
Chipley last Friday night. Here the honor guard relires after laying a
wrealh on stage at Chipley High School. More coverage online ay
chipleypaper.com and in Wednesday's paper.

MILLAGE from page 1

Clarke request that the
City look into sidewalks
for 7th Street and South
Boulevard. The Woman's
Club is interested in
community improvement
projects and Clarke said
such a project is even
more important because

of the recent fatal acci- rell Square. Funding is
dent on 7th Street. $80,000 and the City will
*Approved final read- negotiate a contract for
ing of Ordinance 894, the up to 20 percent for ad-
youth protection act ministration costs.
*Approved the bid of *Approved Semper Fi
PBS&J to be the CEI firm. Services LLC as design
for the sidewalk project build for the project with
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LEGAL NOTICE Beloved Family Pet: WEEKLY Bag Sale, Sr. Mry FranciFor Sale
REQUEST FOR AUTO Dog, Jack Russell Terrie MISCELLANEOUS BaSaleSr.MaryFrancis One Row Corn Picker
PROPERTY AND INLAND missing bewe Terriern Back AUCTION Waite, 114 Main, across $1,500. 8' Disk Mower
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1170, Found A tae $15.0011 or $25.00/2. Dozers, Loaders,
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ue qualifications and experi- Good Home B&B Furniture 1342 North L - - - -- - a I. - . , ..- a week. 8am to 5pm. Call message if no answer. Do" Lamar Townsend
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In And For Washington ance coverages for coun- 2130- Farm Animals/ pay cash for clean, quality * Townsends.
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othy E. Oshesky, Mark proposal to provide insur- a Bed, $50. Small entertain- Boiling. I Dennis Glenn ship, run errands, house- Bush Hogging, Disking,
nKlemyer, Wiliam , Morgan ,:,-, r services for meant center, $15. 1567 Piney Grove Rd, 850-535-0145 or Headliners and Vinyl keeping etc.Call (850) food plots, gardens,
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1331 South Boulevard, Shep/WolfPups For Sale. King Size Sealy M-F; -6 Sat., 8-4:30. S d ary.Wok
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- You are hereby notified As published in the Wash- d- struments. Downtown rates. (850)638-4492 Service. Quality work at a
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Washington County, Flor- de-wormings, litter box YARD SALE 638-2624. | . (850)6384492
id, described as follows NOTICE OF APPUCATION trained, health certificaes. Washingtn County
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being on file in the Office issued thereon. The certif- 2110 1ide-a-bed and ae plant
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of the Clerk of the Circuit icate number and year of items. as t v ou ewlob p oymen
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County, Florida. of the property, and the short haired part Lab &
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propertyshareofallRights sessedareasfollovs: good children. Shots up AUTO HELP WANTED AIRLINES ARE HIRING
of Way as vacated in Res- CERTIFICATE NO. 2730 todate. 535-9672. AIRLINES ARE HIRING
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Clerk of this Court before in the county of Washing- .
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GIVEN pursuant to a Final SON AVE., SUITE 101, 3330- Restaurant/Hotel OPPORTUNITIES
GIVEN pursuant to a Final 3340 - porin Goods OPPORTUNITIES Private, near Boone area,
Judgment of Foreclosure CHIPLE, FLORIDA 32428, 3350 -Tickets (Buy & Sell) FOR SALE ear in area,
dated Aug. 30, 2009 en- OR TELEPHONE (850) HOM ES FOR SALE bank financing, owner
CorAth T1 JuEDEEMd ALL CASH VENDING! Do mssel(86250
tered in Civil Case No. 63008- EXT 224. . 1
67-09-CA-187of the Circuit AMOUNT TO REDEEM must sell, (866)275-0442
Court of the 14th Judicial FOR September
Circuit in andfor Wash- $202567 3100 you earn $800 in a day? 25 6Br 4Ba Foreclosure!
ington County, Florida AMOUNT TO REDEEM Wanted To Buy antiques, Local Machines and Candy $29,900! Only $238/Mo! WATERFRONT
wherein NEW SOUTH FOR October $2,055.32 collectibles, gold, silver, WATERFRONT
FEDERAL SAVINGS INU.S. CURRENCY ONLY dinnerware, collections, $9,995. (888)629-9968 5% down 30 years @ 8% PROPERTIES
BANK, F.SB., 'is Plaintiff No Personal Checks Ac- paintings, call Al Schmidt PROPERTIES
and CHERRY . HALL; t cepted. Cashier's Checks, 850638-7304 B 2000033 CALL US: We apr. Buy, 4 Br $269/Mo!
al., are Defendant(s). Money Orders, and West- u d rl d
I wi sell to the highest bid- Union are the only will not be undersold! for listings (80 )366-9783 ORTEGA LANDING
der for cash, on the front other alternatives so- - ,L N.
steps of the Washington cepted. ash- ext 5760 W waterfront condos and
County Courthouse, 1293 As published in the Wash- Waterfront condos and
Jackson Avenue, Chipley, ington County News Sep- DOLLAR & 'DOLLARmarin n Riv
FL at 11:00 a.m. onthe 5 member 5, September 12, Auction, marina on rtega River
day of oabe 2009 th September 19 September Sat., Sept., 12th. PLUS, MAILBOX, PARTY, LOTS & ACREAGE in Jacksonville, FL. 3
following described prop- 26, 2009 8:00AM.Hwy 261 N., ____--------- _______
arty as st forth in said - Campbeliton, FL. DISCOUNT CLOTHING bedroom 3 bath condos
nalJudgment, towit: Contractordispersa, OR TEEN STORE FROM Owner Must Sell. 4+ acres- approx. 2,600 SF from
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west Coer ofthe South 11 county, plus $51,900 Worldwide! 100% $57,300 Nice oak trees, $999K. Private elevator
Ha o the Northeast COLORSELLS MasonAuctoSTaies. TURNKEY CALL NOW private access to lake. All access, covered parking,

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Beginning, less existing - *Saturday Sept 12th. ________________O___
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Street Address: 823 8th 1120 Virginia Ave, Lynn Haven, c
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Any person claiming an in- chairs, King bedroom set ,$ 0
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the sale, if any, other than dresser, recliner, reclining $750! COLLEGE
the property owners o sofa & oveseat Crr Honda Accord $750! for ATTEND COLLEGE
te dateof thelispendens Fall Festival cabinet, 2 entertainment listings call (800)366-9813 ONLINE from Home.
must file a claim within 60 centers, TV's, VCR's,
days after the sale. Vendors Stereo, assorted occa- ext 9271 *Medical *Business , LORIDA
DATED this 31 day of Au- Needed sional tables bookcase, , U nes , ,j.', f r'.,'; ' FORIDA
gust, 2009 tapestry from Spain, figur- *Paralegal, *Accounting,
UNDA HAYES COOK Saturday. October 31, lines, lamps, wall decor,
Clerkof CircuitCourt . Mn Street Chrnstm he items, baby $500! Police Impounds! *Criminal Justice. Job :,- . Diplay Metro D-)
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DeputyCle Fa, Fi.il 3:00pm - vacumm, Bright freeze; ars, trucks, suv's from placement assistance.
Daniel S. Mandel, Esq. A',"'Pr -ttendance, Murray riding mower. roll
DANIELS. MANDEL,PA approximately 6000 around tool box, tools, ai $500! Honda, Toyota, Computer available.
Attorneys for Plaintiff Vendor fee $50.00. tools, electric chainsaw,
2700 N. Military Trail, Ste. Download vendor appli- headge trimmers, hand Chevy and more! for Financial Aid if qualified.
355 cation and event flyer ools, fishing poles & Week Of
BocaRaton,FL33431 from cityofcrestvMeworg tackle. yard items. many listings (800)366-9813 ext Call (888)203-3179, www.
(561)826-1740 .'"d' "Events'. Call more items. 10% B Bay SEPT. 12-18 2009
As published in the Wash- . '-,, Harris for more County Auction AB96 9499 CenturaOnline.com.
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tember 5.12, 2009. 8'".:-'.' ,I 850-722-9483
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8 * Saturday, September 12, 2009 0 Washington County News


Community South
Credit Union
in Chipley, Flonda, is
seeking an experienced
candidate for.the
position of "
Vice President of
The ideal individual will
possess great leader-
ship and communica-
tion skills to succeed in
this institution where
honesty, integrity and
personal character
make the difference.
Excellent technical and
interpersonal skills and
the ability to work in a
team environment are a
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counting, budgeting,
forecasting, asset liabil-
ity management, invest
ments, product pricing
and financ-ial planning
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required and a mini-
mum of five years expe-
rience in a management
role in finance or ac-
pounting preferred.
Please submit resume
and cover letter by
Sept 9th to
.net and reference VR
Finance and Account-
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11 Super .intendents,

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e-mail the above ad-
dress or contactiKay

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& Layers,
Equipment Operators,
Willing to travel. Exp. in
WWTP construction a
plus, but not required.
Drug free workplace,
EEO. Email Resume To
or fax 334-6915673.

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I County News
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Farm work

Help wanted egg collector,
must be reliable and in
good health. Call
Local General Contractor
seeking experienced
Estimator/Project man-
ager. Experience a must,
some training required.
Email resume
jrccinc@wfeca.net or PO
Box 577, Bonifay, FL
32425 or Fax
LPN needed for fast
paced Physicians office in
the Bonifay area. Typing
skills required. Office
hours 8a.m.-6p.m., Mon-
day - Thursday. Friday
'8a.m.-12-noon. Call Linda

I Homemaker/CNA I
I PT positions avail for lo- I
cal area, for in home
care. Fax resumes to
S850-248-2275 or e-mail I
I drafferty@care I
minders.com or call
Tutors Needed
Immediate openings, de-
gree required, flexible
schedules, $20 per hour
'Contact:(888) 434-2582 or
WANTED: Certified
teacher needed for resi-
dential juvenile facility to
teach Math and Science
grades 6-12. Please apply
in person at 1912 Old Mt.
Zion Rd. Ponce de Leon,
Wanted: Director of Treat-
ment, Masters Level Li-
censed Mental health
Counselor to supervise the
mental health and sub-
stance -ibu:i e pr..-rr m ,-.f a

This is a part time position.
Call 850-548-5524, Ron
WANTED: Middle aged
woman to live in care for
older gentleman, do light
house duties. Salary nego-
tiable. Call 850-548-5381
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6100- Business/
6110- Apartments
6120- Beach Rentals
6130 - Condo/Townhouse
6140 - House Rentals
6150 - Roommate Wanted
6160 - Rooms for Rent
6170 - Mobile Home/Lot
6180 - Out-of-Town Rentals
6190 -Timeshare Rentals
6200 - Vacation Rentals .

Executive Office Space
for rent downtown Chipley.
All util. incl'd 638-1918

1 Bedroom apartment for
rent, $350. and- 1 apart-
ment for $400. a month,
deposit required, includes
all utilities. 850-547-0956
1Bedroom apartment in
Bonifay, kitchen, living
room, dining. room.
Fenced yard, water, sew-
age, garbage, included.
$425.00 month.
1BR Apartment in
Chipley. Good location.
No pets. 6384640.
2BR/12BA Apartment for
rent. No pets. 638-1918.
1BR/1BA, $400, SD $200;
2BR/1BA $475, SD $225,
3BR/1BA $600, SD $300
ALL parts w/CH/A, ceiling
fans, stove & refrigerator.
Sorry no pets or HUD.
For rent Sleepy Hollow
Duplex Apartments
HUD not accepted.
3BR/1BA. Water, garbage,
lawn care included. Spa-
cious, energy efficient with
private yard.
For Rent: One Bedroom
apartment , $200. deposit
$375. a month, Includes
water, garbage, sewer.
I The New Ridgewood
I Apartments Bonifay, F. I
l Studio$300 1Bd$375 I
Ph: 850-557-7732

3 br, 1 ba, New Home in
Sunny Hills. w/d hkup
$750 mo + deposit.
2BR cabin 1BA, no pets.
$400 month, 1st, and last
month. Deposit required.
:.:s-'i Ji, - 8 miles
; :.,lirl E .,

2BR/1BA House near Ver-
non for rent. CH/A. $495
month. 850-785-3511.
3BR/1BA House on 1
acre. Fenced pasture &
barn. miles south of Boni-
fay. Also have other rentals
in Chipley. 535-2001.
3BR/1BA, Graceville. Re-
modeled. Large yard. New
fridge, carpet, paint, bath,
storage building, vinyl
flooring & A/C. $525
month. 850-691-8318.
3BR/2BA Home on large
city lot in the Historical Dis-
trict of Chipley. Large
great room, formal living
room, large kitchen. $750
month. 850-665-5095,
4BR/3'ABA Furnished
House for rent. In New
Hope on 50 acres. $1,350
month. 850-333-3734.
For Rent: 3BR/2BA brick
home and 3BR/1BA brick
home. 850-638-1918 call
for info.
For Rent; 2BR/1BA
Trailer, good condition,
$250. a month. Ponce de
Leon area. 850-259-9113
Home for sale or rent.
3BR/2BA, 2 car garage,
brick home. Like new.
$800 month. 3BR/1BA
home. $500 month. De-
posit & reference required.
Lovely 1 Bedroom home
on charming pond for rent.
Large yard, deck, storage
building, Frontline dogs
o:k. Near Bonifay, $600.
per month. 1st, last & se-
curity. Call 802-496-7746,
Nice Clean Houses, apart-
ments and mobile homes
for rent, near 1-10 & Hwy
79. 850-547-2531.


All real estate advertising in
this newspaper is subject to
the Fair Housing Act which
makes it illegal to advertise
"any preference, limitation
or discrimination based on
race, color, religion, sex,
handicap, familial status or
national origin, or an inten-
tion, to make any such pref-
erence, limitation or dis-
crimination" Familial status
,-.. i, : .-r,,i,3,, -,, under the
: .'i .: ' i,"-' ..,.n parents
or legal custodians, preg-
nant women and people se-
curing custody of children
under 18.
This newspaper will not
knowingly accept any ad-
vertising for real estate
which is in violation of the
law. Our readers are hereby
informed that all dwellings
advertised in this newspa-
per are available on a equal
opportunity basis. To com-
plain of discrimination call
HUD toll-free at
1-800-669-9777. The
toll-free number for the
hearing impaired is


2 br, 2 ba 16 wide, on
large lot in the country.
Washington County (New
Hope area) $450 mo, $300
dep, 850-918-7876 or
2BR MH for rent with utility
building, window air.
2BR Mobile Home, good
location in Chipley. No
Pets. 850-638-4640.
2BR/2BA, Great Location.
%'Mile from Chipley Mc-
Donalds. 1st and last
month's rent plus security
deposit. Smoke free envi-
ronment, no pets.
$450/month. Call
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3BR/2BA Mobile Home.
CH/A. Newer trailers. Free
garbage, water & sewer. 2
miles South of Bonifay.
Call 547-4198, 373-8922.
3BR/1BA, 3/4 mile from
Bonifay Elem School. On
Hwy 177A. Family oriented
park. Call 547-3746.
3BR/2BA mobile home in
Chipley area. Quiet neigh-
borhood, CH/A, water fur-
nished, no pets. $500. a
month. 850-638-1171 or
Bonifay, 3BR & 2BR,1
S$375 to $550. mo. No
Por. 850-699-3599

For Rent: 2 & 3 bed-
Sroom mobile homes in
Bonifay Call
For Rent: 2BD/1BA mo-
bile home on St. Johns
Road, Bonifay, $400.00
month. 850-849-1684
For Rent: 2BR/1BA Mo-
bile Homes S300. month,
plus $300. deposit, no
pets. Call 850-547-2043.
Leave message.
For Rent; 2 & 3 bedroom
trailers, total electric, $300.
& $350. month, $200. de-
posit. 850-548-5541
Holmes County 2BR/1BA,
very clean, w/sig included.
$450 mo $200 dep. Call

SMobile Homes in Cot-
tondale on Sapp Rd. 8 mi-
les E. of Chipley. 3br. 2ba.
& 2br. 2ba, avail Total
elec (8501-258-4868 or
www.charloscountryliwing c
Transmitter Mobile Home
- Park. on Transmitter Rd. in
IPanama City 850-960-0619
Circle J Mobiie Home Park
in Chipley. 850-691-224
921 N 2nd St: & Gracevilie
5262 Alabama St 2&3 BR
units for rent. starting @
S350 per mo For info call

Mobile Home for Rent:
3Bedroom 2 bath,
$450/month, $200 deposit

Wages Pond nice 3 br, 2
ba Country living w/
dock- 635 monthly + sec.
dep., 850-233-4636

7100 - Homes
71e5 - Open House
7110 - Beath Home/
7120 - Commercial
7130 - CondoTrownhouse
7140 - Farms & Ranches
7150 - Lots and Acreage
7160 - Mobile Homes/Lots
7170 - Waterfront
7180 - Investment
7190 - Out-of-Town
Real Estate
7200 - Timeshare

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home on 2.23 acres.
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$64,900. For more infor-
mation, contact Eric
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3BR/1BA House for sale
w/1BR/1BA apartment & 6
car garage. In Westville.

Land & Home Package
5.5+ acres, 3BR/2BA
Home. Well & Septic Al-
lowance included.
For Info: 850-638-7701

5 Acres high and dry on
Pine Log Rd. Washington
County, new survey par-
tially fenced. $28,000.

160 acres Prime Hunting,
Fishing, pine & Hard
wood, Holmes Creek,
Washington County.
$2,500.00 acre.

Defuniak Springs, 4.
I acre lots in city with all I
I city utilities available.
S$500. down and $200.I
month. 850-699-3599

Dogwood Lake lot,
$60,000, 30 year fixed,
$375.00 a month.
Two 5 acres & One 10 ac-
res on Buddy Rd. One 10
acres & One 13 acres on
Gainer Rd. Owner financ-
ing For more info call Mil-
ton Peel @ 850-638-1858.

5 Acres, Part wooded.
28x60 3BR/2BA Mobile
Home. 642 Moonseed Ln.,
Chipley, FL 32428. Phone;
(8 50)415 -6 1 9 5 ,


3br, 2ba, 1995 MH, 16X76,
Fridge, stove, d/w, power
pole, A/C incld. Clean, you
move $19,500. 638-4228

8100 - Antique & Collectibles
8110 - Cars
8120 - Sports Utility Vehicles
8130 -Trucks
8140 - Vans
8150 - Commercial
8160 - Motorcycles
8170 - Auto Parts
8210 - Boats
8220 - Personal Watercraft
8230 - Sailboats
8240 - Boat & Marine
8245 - Boat Slips & Docks
8310- Atrcraft/Aviation
8320 - ATV/Off Road Vehicles
8330 - Campers & Trailers
8340 - Molorhomes


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1989 Mustang, 5 speed,
air condition, $1500.00 &
1971 Ford PU, 250, 1 ton,
390, 4 speed. $900.00


2000 Chevrolet Subur-
ban. $6,000. Can be seen
at: Community South
Credit Union, 1044 Hwy 90
E., Chipley, FL

1983 Chevy Silverado
Truck. Long wheel base,
low mileage, new battery,
tires, carburetor. Sony
Stereo. Recovered seats.
$2,400. 638-4266.
1997 Ford F-250 heavy
duty, AM/FM, cassette, all
power, towing package,
A/C, CC, blue & white,
good condition, $4,000.

S 8140 "
1989 Dodge/Ram, 1 ton
passenger van, runs good.
$1,100. OBO. 2005
Corolla-SE, 38 mpg
like-new, 61299/miles,
$500.00 take over pay-
ments. 4 old-town like new
canoes, $400. each.
850-535-0 1 45,
850-596-4143 .

02 Suzuki intruder,
dressed out, $5,000.


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