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'Evening of Awareness' shows parents what's on the Internet

Staff Writer
If you think "POS" stands for something
other than "Parents Over Shoulder," you should
attend Wednesday's free Evening of Aware-
If your child has an Internet-accessible
computer in his or her room, you should attend
Wednesday's free Evening of Awareness.
If you think locking your home's doors and
windows, as well as monitoring your kids when
they are outside, will keep them safe from child
predators, you should attend Wednesday's free
Evening of Awareness.

"There are numerous
scams targeting adults. We
as parents sometimes are
less vigilant in identifying
other dangers, specifically
aimed at our kids...Most
importantly, remember that
if your children use chat or
e-mail, talk to them about never meeting in
person anyone they first 'met' online."
Bobby Haddock
Teens Above the Influence presents An Eve-
ning of Awareness Wednesday, Jan. 23, at the
Washington County Ag Center, 1424. Jackson




Things to do in
Washington, Holmes and
Surrounding Counties
Check out or submit events at
or www.bonifaynow.com

Kiwanis News
Guest speaker at Tuesday's
Kiwanis meeting was Ron
Grissom of Gulf Power in Ft.
Walton. He explained sever-
al aspects of the Key Leader
Program, a Kiwanis Interna-
tional program whose events
are designed for all high
school students.
Page 3

Dale Earnhardt Jr. has plenty
to smile about, as he has the
f"6'stest time at pre-season
testing at Daytona
International Raceway for
the Daytona 500.
Page 6

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State Rep. Sansom is guest aL
Chamber 'Third Thursday'
Courtesy of the Washington County
Chamber of Commerce
State Rep. Ray Sansom is known for his belief
in "timeless truths." He used that term when he was
named as the next Florida House of Representa-
tive speaker of the house, and he spoke of similar
timeless issues Thursday at the Washington County
Chamber of Commerce "Third Thursday" program
at Pattillo's Restaurant at Washington-Holmes
Technical Center.
Chamber Government Affairs Committee Chair
Gary Clark introduced Sansom.
Sansom cited various inaugural addresses by
Florida governors over the years and made a point
of the address of Governor N.B.,Broward from
100 years ago a concentration on economic
development, education, agriculture and road
"Some things never change," he said, and some
of those things include:
*Broward was concerned with economic devel-
opment and job creation.
"Today, we need to address making Florida a
good environment for businesses to locate," San-
som said.
"Other States have stronger incentive packages
and more streamlined start-up procedures and lure
many companies away from Florida."
*Education was also on Broward's mind 100
years ago. "Today, more and more evidence tells
us curricula need to be more relevant to today's
students," he said. "Fifty percent of students do

See SANSOM, page 2

Ave. (Hwy 90) Chipley. Refreshments will be
served at 5:30 p.m. prior to presentations that
begin at 6.
"We have students who are proficient with,
computers and parents who aren't, unless they
work with computers for their jobs," said Tif-
fane Raulerson, an educator with the Washing-
ton County Health Department. "Hopefully,
we'll have parents walk away with proof that
even in a rural area like this we have Internet
predators. It can happen here."
The Internet safety event is targeted to
adults, but children and teens that accompany
See INTERNET, page 2

Fowler says

that Bonifay


is still on
Managing Editor
Jim Fowler's Life in the Wild
is still a go for Bonifay, according
to Jim Fowler. The noted natural-
ist and wildlife expert- ade that
announcement in an interview
Wednesday af-
The project,
which would be
the pinnacle of
Fowler's career,
has been in the
news again of
late when Bar-
Fowler bara Farris of
Blue Dolphin II
announced early last week that she
planned lawsuits against Fowler
and several others. Fowler said he
was unaware of a suit being filed.
He was, however, clearly upset
about the subject.
"You stick your neck out trying
to do something worthwhile and the
vultures start flying," he said. Fowl-
er noted tongue-in-cheek, however';
that he is used to pressure.
"I have been in front of 200
bull elephants led by a female,"
he joked. There was also the 22-
foot-long snake that swallowed his
arm up to the elbow, among other
wildlife adventures on "Mutual
of Omaha's Wild Kingdom" and
other venues. He said those types
of adventures served as an effective
education in stress management.
"I can stay pretty cool," he said.
"I'm not discouraged."
Fowler said that his organiza-
ti6n, Parks And Wildlife Services,
parted company with Farris due to
the failure of the project to move
ahead. He is working on other op-
tions and made it clear that he was
still planning for Life in the Wild
to come to Bonifay. Life in the
Wild would be a combined wild-
life education and research center
situated on 796 acres owned by
the Holmes County Development
Commission around Smith Lake
just south of the Interstate 10 and
Hwy. 79 interchange.
"I'm excited," he said. "I like
the situation and I like the spot. I
don't give up too easily." Fowler
said he will be in the area on Feb.

See FOWLER, page 2

SScam Might Be In Area
The Washington County Sheriffs Office
announces that an Internet scam may be a
problem locally.

Page 3

Inside This Week
Years Ago...............Page 4
NASCAR..................Page 6
Classifieds..............Page 7
USA Weekend..Inside

Photo courtesy of the Washington County Chamber of Commerce
State Rep. Ray Sansom (right) got a chuckle out of School Board Chairman Vann Brock
and Superintendent Calvin Stevenson Thursday. Sansom, the incoming speaker of
.the state House of Representatives, spoke at the regular meeting of the Washington
County Chamber of Commerce.

Next House Speaker is the speaker

About Ray Sansom

City of Residence: Destin (District 4)
Occupation: Economic Development
Representative for the Northwest Florida
Region, Alabama Electric Cooperative
Spouse: Tricia Raimey, of Monroe, LA
Children: Jessica, Carlee, Julia
Education: Florida State University, B.S.,
Political Science, 1984; University
of West Florida, M.Ed., 1993
History: Dixie Sansom, cousin, Florida House
of Representatives 1984-1992
Religious Affiliation: Baptist
Legislative Service
*First elected to the House in 2002 .
Other Public Service
*Florida Corrections Commission
*Legislative Assistant, House and Senate
*Okaloosa Board of County Commissioners,
November 1992-2000
eAmerican Heart Association
*Florida Association of Counties, past member
*Fort Walton Beach Medical Center
*University of West Florida
*YMCA Corporate Board
eAssociation of Counties, Freshman of
the Year 2003
*County Management Association President's
Award 1999

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riot go on to college and
those that do find they can
benefit from other training
venues relevant to today's
jobs market.
S"Additionally, education
issues need to be initially ad-
dressed at the county and lo-
dal levels and not at the capi-
tol in Tallahassee. The local
education boards, teachers,
parents and students have a
better understanding of what
issues matter."
' Broward's concern about
agriculture led to establish-
ihg a Tick Commission.
"'We can translate this into
agricultural concerns today,
Sansom said. "Today's ag-
ricultural businesses and
small farmers are finding it
is sometimes better to sell to
a developer than to continue
"Today, we need to em-
phasize the importance'of
locally grown foods and
not rely on global markets
for our agricultural needs."
Sansom said that restrictive
agricultural regulations are
also an issue.
*The new Governor
was concerned with road
construction. "Today, we
certainly deal with road
construction, but also ag-
ing and new transportation

Photo courtesy of the Washington County Chamber of Commerce
Left to right: Ted Everett. State Rep. Ray Sansom, Kim Wilson and Gary Clark
join for photos at 'Third Thursday.'

infrastructure" Sanson said.
Sansom addressed several
other issues, including:
*Legislation to be consid-
ered this November involves
caps of business taxes at 10
percent and doubling the
Homestead Exemption.
Sansom said he is in fa-
vor of this legislation, but
he also cautioned for indi-
viduals to make up their own
minds based on their own
geographic location. For ex-
ample, some larger cities in
Florida are in desperate need
of tax relief and cannot pay

their property taxes. Other
areas of the State have less
of a burden. Small counties
and communities state they
will have to cut police and
fire services if this legisla-
tion passes.
*Sansom said the State
Legislature is looking to
reduce the state budget by
.$2 million. He does not be-
lieve they will start with
cuts in the Highway Patrol
system, and he said he does
not believe county and local
.governments will cut police
and fire services without

first analyzing their own
When asked if the class
size amendment will be
revisited, Sansom said that
several attempts to do so
had been initiated in the
House, but not in the Senate.
The eventual cost of consti-
tutional amendments like
-class size reduction must be
addressed, he said.


Stevens provides
information on
public schools
Washington County
School Superintendent Cal-
vin Stevenson talked about
the Washington County
School Board's "Project
Lead the Way" at the Cham-
ber of Commerce meeting.
This program's pre-engineer-
ing curriculum, software and
professional development
programs can help schools
forge new generations of en-
gineers. This program starts
in the ninth grade at Chipley
and Vernon High Schools for
students who wish to pursue
careers in engineering.
* Stevenson also provided
the following information:
*A show choir is being
established at the middle
school level.
*Take Stock in Children
has realized $600,000 in do-
nations since its inception.
*There are no "D" or "F"
graded schools in Washing-
ton County. One school is
a "C" and the rest are "A"
and "B." Stevenson cited the
U.S. News and World Report
article listing Vernon High
School is one of the top high
schools in the nation.
*30 classrooms for the
Vernon Elementary School
require additional funding
before work can begin.

Calvin Stevenson.

*The water manage-
ment district and owners of
Moody Pasture have been
approached regarding 100
acres of property south of
Sunny Hills for future school

More Chamber of
Commerce news
The next "Business After
Hours" will be Feb. 12 from
5 7 p.m. at Dr. Stan Parker's
Family Dentistry facility
at 1410A Brickyard Rd. in
Chipley. The event will be
co-sponsored by the Bank
of Bonifay.
The Vernon City Hall rib-
bon cutting and Grand Open-
ing, along introduction of the
Vernon Historical Society,
is on Jan. 26, beginning at
2 p.m.

Commentary: It is easy to access explicit videos online

Staff Writer
This reporter went to www.
youtube.com to see how hard it is
for an unregistered user to access
explicit sex education videos. As
an unregistered user, the Web site
has no idea whether my age is 6,
16, 36 or 60.
I typed "sex ed" and up came.an
obscene screen shot from a minute-
long cartoon drawing as well as a

Continued from page 1 ing
them will find activities that
geared specifically to them, and
including speakers, refresh-
ments and prizes. ex
Gary Brown, executive
director of Let's Reach sca
America, will teach parents, as p
grandparents and guardians vig
how to keep their kids safe dan
on the Internet. His presenta- ato
tion also includes prevention
tips, helpful statistics and She
current information on the parn
trends of Internet predators. can
Sheriff Bobby Haddock is pro1
also on the agenda. He will opti
help adults understand that pro,
Internet predators can and do may
target children and teens in filte
northwest Florida, and what
actions should be taken if it abo
happens. fens
"The Washington County cha
Sheriff's Office is all too tion
aware of the dangers our mui
children are facing in an rap- ton

Continued from page 1

2 speaking at the annual
Chautauqua in DeFuniak
Fowler admitted the proj-
ect, which has stretched over
several years, has taken lon-
ger than anticipated. Most
recently PAWS failed to
pay a second round of "ear-
nest money" to the Holmes
County Development Com-
mission, but Fowler said
Bonifay is still the target
"There are other locations
we could go to but we want
to come to Bonifay," he said.
Fowler also said the state of
Florida is also very excited
about the kind of develop-
ment that Fowler plans.
"We're getting a lot of
backing and excitement
from the area, and while it's
hard to face other situations,
we will pull it off," Fowler
"I have a passion to do a

sampling of 2,280 viewer-made
videos. When I attempted to view
this particular video,I was asked to
register to prove I am 18 or older,
which I declined to do for research
purposes. I was denied access.
I then clicked on the number
two choice, a 12-minute user-gen-
erated video titled "Advanced Sex
Ed Oral Sex." I clicked on the
link and up came the video. It was
that easy to access the video.
A young woman known by the

expanding online world
we believe this upcom-
discussion on Internet
etyjis vital to making sure
I children are protected
have a positive online
erience," Haddock said.
There are numerous
ms targeting adults. We
arents sometimes are less
.lant in identifying other
gers, specifically aimed
ur kids.
'The Washington County
riff's Office would like
ents to remember they
explore safeguarding
grams and find out what
ons their online service
vider might offer. These
g include monitoring or
ring capabilities.
'Always talk to children
ut not responding to of-
sive or dangerous e-mail,
t, or other communica-
Is. Report any such com-
nication to the Washing-
County Sheriff's Office.

development that benefits
the community," he said. "I
want a place where families
and children reconnect with
the natural world. It would
be a place where people
would learn why not only
saving animals and trees
is important, but why the
natural world is important
to humans."
One recent news item that
caught Fowler's attention
was the New York City proj-
ect for artist Olafur Eliasson
to build four mechanical
waterfalls along the East
River. "They are as real as
real waterfalls," the artist is
quoted as saying on www.
bloomberg.com. Fowler
said he was amazed at that
"Holy cow," he said.
"That's scary. How could
you imagine fake water-
falls as beautiful as those in
nature? That's a real urban
person talking." He said that
is an example of what people
are missing from being un-
able to enjoy the real natural

screen name Kisesie produced
the video. With a little clicking
around, I learned she is 22, not a
professional sex educator and is,
in fact, a college student. She has
produced 64 videos, including an
entire series on sex.
She has a following. By far,
Kisesie's most popular video is the
first one found, with a whopping
22 million hits. "Best Sex Ever"
has been viewed by three million
people, and the producer has re-

Do not delete the offensive
or dangerous e-mail; turn
off the monitor, and contact
our office.
"Most importantly, re-
member that if your children
use chat or e-mail, talk to
them about never meeting
in person anyone they first
'met' online."
SThis is a free event in-
tended for parents, guardians
and adults who work with
youth in Calhoun, Holmes,
Jackson, Liberty and Wash-
ington counties. Health de-
partments in these counties
sponsor Teens Above the In-
fluence using grant funds.
Because of the sensi-
tive subject matter to be
discussed in the Brown's
presentation, youth will be
moved to a separate area.
"The information is dif-
ficult to talk about, but it is
necessary," Raulerson said.
For more 'information,
contact Raulerson at 638-
6240 ext.149.

Fowler also said that an-
other purpose of Life in the
Wild would be to provide
accurate information about
animals. He said reports of
certain cases like the re-
cent killing of a man in San
Francisco by a Siberian tiger
(which may have been pro-
voked) may be sensational,
but don't give the most ac-
curate picture of the natural
Fowler said he has been
on several news-programs
to comment about the inci-
"The media makes it look
like animals are dangerous,
but this is the first time this
has happened in a zoo,"
he said. "The same week a
child was killed by a Dober-
man and that didn't make
the news. That's another
reason we need a place like
the park.
"I think we have a good
chance to go forward. I re-
ally want to do it in Boni-

ceived more than 80,000 responses
from viewers.
It is likely that one of those 22
million viewers is a young person
from northwest Florida. Some-
one's child or grandchild could be
one of the 80,000 viewers who are
using 22-year-old Kicesie as their
most reliable source of information
about sex.
Information is available about
the Internet, the World Wide Web,
popular sites like YouTube and

MySpace and information about
how email and chatting work.
"An Evening of Awareness" is on
Wednesday, Jan. 23, at the Wash-
ington County Ag Center, 1424
Jackson Ave. (Hwy 90) Chipley.
Refreshments will be served at
5:30 p.m. prior to the presenta-
tions at 6.

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'Phishing' scam
pops up at
tax season
A familiar phishing scam
has popped up again, just in
time for tax season.
The Washington County
Sheriff's Office sent out
a warning Monday about
complaints of an e-mail,
purportedly from the IRS,
that offers tax refunds. The
e-mail comes bearing the
address "tax-refundsirs.gov."
All the "lucky" taxpayer has
to do to receive the money is
click on a link, enter a Social
Security number and provide
credit card information, the
e-mail promises.
The IRS doesn't send out
e-mails requesting personal
information, and there is no
refund to be had. The phish-
ers are seeking enough per-
sonal information to raid the
victim's credit files, accord-
ing to the Sheriff's Office.
Instead of responding,
recipients should delete the
e-mail without opening any
attachments and report the
contact. The Washington
County Sheriff's Office can
be reached at 638-6111.

Washing ton I-nnl g sheriff' Office has recently received reports of fraudulent emails sent to residents from what
appears to be tie Internal Revenue Service offering refunds and requesting personal information, This scam Is one
that has been working its way around the Internet for long time, but seems to be more frequently reported during
tax time,
The Internal Revenue ervice has issued a consumer alert regarding these types of nternet scams In an attempt to
keep& would be victims from falling for this widely reported scam in which consumers receive an e-mail informing
thiern of tax refurd.
The e mail mentioned above, which claims to be from the PRS, directs the consumer to a link that requests personal
information, such as Social Security number and credit card information. This scheme s an attempt to trick the e-
mail recipients into disclosing their personal and financial data. The practice Is called "phishing" for information.
The nfomatlon fraudulently obtained Is then used to steal the taxpayer's Identity and financial assets. Generally,
Identity thieves use someone's personal data to steal his or her financial accounts, run up charges on the victim s
existng credit cards, apply for new loans, credit cards, services or benefits in the victim's name and even file fraudu-
lent ax returns.
The bogus e-mail which claims to come from "tax- efunds@irs.gov" tells the recipient that he or she is eligible to
receive a ax ref und for a given amount. It then says that, to access a form for the tax refund, the recipient must use
a link contained in the e-mail. The link then asks for the personal and financial information.
The IRS does not ask for personal identifying or financial information via unsolicited e-mai. Additionally, taxpayers
do not have to complete a special form to obtain a refund.
If you receive an unsolicited e-mail purporting to be from the IRS, take the following steps:
Do not open any attachments to the e-mail, in case they contain malicious code that will infect your computer.
Contact the IRS at 1-8-829O-1040 to determine whether the IRS is trying to contact you about a tax refund.
The IRS has seen numerous attempts over the years to defraud the public and the federal government through a va-
rlety of schemes, including abusive tax avoidance transactions, identity theft, claims for slavery reparations, frivolous
arguments and more. More information on these schemes may be found on the criminal enforcement page at
IRS.gov. If you feel you are a victim of a scam or would like to report suspicious activity please contact the Washing-
ton County Sheriff's Office at (850) 638-8477.
Forassistance sall the
Washington County Sheriff's Office Fraud Line:
CASE is a Partnership of the Washington County Sheriff's Office and the
par tne rshi\ Community to prevent elder financial exploitation
partnership ome ... tyr .. ,,,noe,
Communities Against Senior Exploitation

Courtesy of Washington County Sheriff's Office
The Washington County Sheriff's Office sent out a
warning Monday (above) about complaints of an
e-mail, purportedly from the IRS, that offers tax
refunds. Instead of responding, recipients should
delete the e-mail without opening any attachments
and report the contact. Call WCSO at 638-6111.

Authorities recognize Internet dangers

Saturday, January 19, 2008 Washington County News, 3


Vernon High School hosts
Career & College Night
Vernon High School hosted its annual
Career & College Night on Tuesday, Jan.
15. A large number of students and parents
attended the evening to learn more about
all the possibilities for them beyond high
Various exhibitors from.FAMU, Army

ROTC at FAMU, Chipola College, Troy
State University, Baptist College of Florida,
Marines, West Florida Electric, Covenant
Hospice, Washington County Health De-
partment, Washington County Scholarship
Trust, Florida State University, and the
Washington-Holmes Technical Center were
on hand.
Photos courtesy of Vernon High

Staff Writer
Washington County Sher-
iff Bobby Haddock will
speak at Wednesday's Eve-.
ning of Awareness, planned
for 5:30 p.m. at the Ag Cen-
ter in Chipley. His message
will mirror that of the event's
organizers: parents know
what your kids are doing on-
line and become Web-savvy
as soon as possible.
Organizers hope Had-
dock's presence, as well as
his first-hand experience
with Internet crime and child
predators, will lend credence
to their message and help
people understand that it can
and does happen in north-
west Florida.
Other efforts being made
*In October 2005, Florida
Attorney General Bill Mc-

Collum established a Cyber-
Crime Unit,-with headquar-
ters in Jacksonville and of-
fices open in or planned for
Orlando, Ft. Lauderdale, Ft.
Myers, Pensacola, Tallahas-
see and Tampa. McCollum
plans to expand the unit from
a staff of six to 56 personnel
*In October 2007, Florida
enacted its CyberCrimes
Against Children Act of
2007, increasing penalties
for the possession or distri-
bution of child pornography
online and creating a new,
separate penalty against
Internet predators who com-
municate with a child online
and then travel to meet that
child for the specific purpose
of further abusing them.
The legislation also in-
creased penalties for offend-
ers who misrepresent their
age to seduce a child over

the Internet. This behavior,
known as "grooming", is
intended to make a child
believe the offender is closer
in age to the child, therefore
encouraging the child to feel
more comfortable convers-
ing with the offender.
McCollum recently an-
nounced that in January
2008, Florida, 48 other states
and the District of Columbia
reached an agreement with
MySpace to further enhance
the safety of the popular
social networking site. The
agreement includes many
design and policy changes
that will better protect youth
from harmful images and un-
wanted contact from adults.
Parents, teens and kids
can learn more about staying
safe on the Internet through
www.safeflorida.com. That
site provides links to other
Web resources.


Bridge maintenance
is underway
Florida Department of
Transportation bridge main-
tenance crews are perform-
ing joint repair work on the
Holmes Creek and Alligator
Creek bridges on Hwy. 90.
The routine inspections
on the Holmes Creek and
Alligator Creek bridges on
US 90, originally scheduled
to take place on Wednesday,
have been rescheduled for
Monday, Jan. 28.
Motorists can expect in-
termittent lane restrictions
between 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Drivers are reminded to
use caution and to obey the
posted speed limit when
traveling through the work

Early voting is
Early voting has begun
in the Washington County
Supervisor of Elections of-
fice. Early voting hours are
Monday through Saturday
from 8 a.m. 4 p.m. Voting
will continue through Jan.
26. Vote by mail (absentee)
is also available by calling
the Elections office at 638-

Literacy volunteers
offer classes
Literacy Volunteers of
Washington County is offer-
ing the following classes:
*Learn to read the Bible
*Study for your drivers
*Increase your math,read-
ing, and writing skills

*Free one-on-one tutor-
*Basic Computer Class-
*Pre-G.E.D. Instruction
Classes will be held
Wednesday 1-4:30 p.m.
and Friday 8 a.m.-noon in
the Vernon Literacy Center,
2808 Yellow Jacket Drive
- Room 2, Vernon.
Hours are subject to
change due to appointments
and meetings. Call Christal
Brock, at 850-978-0400 to
make an appointment or stop
by the center.

County codes
board meets
Washington County Code
Enforcement Board will

meet 5 p.m. Jan. 28 in the
County Annex Board Room,
1331 South Blvd. in Chipley.
No cases are scheduled for
this meeting, which is open
to the public. For more in-
formation, contact the Code
Enforcement Office at 415-

Grand opening for
Vernon City Hall
The City of Vernon will
hold grand opening ceremo-
nies for its new City Hall on
Saturday, Jan. 26 at 2 p.m.
Everyone is invited to
attend the ribbon cutting
and reception and learn how
Venon plans to preserve its
past'while preparing for its

Livestock report
For the week ending Jan. 17, 2008:
At the Florida Livestock Auctions, receipts totaled $8,295,
compared to $8,268 last week and $6,964 a year ago. Ac-
cording to the Florida Federal-State Livestock Market News
Service, compared last week, slaughter cows and bulls were
steady to $1 lower, feeder steers and heifers were $2 to $4
Feeder Steers: Medium & Large Frame No. 1-2
200-300 lbs. $117.50 160.00
300-400 lbs. $100.00 144.00
400-500 lbs. $ 95.00- 124.00
Feeder Heifers: Medium & Large Frame No. 1-2
200-300 lbs. $100.00 150.00
300-400 lbs. $ 89.00 -120.00
400-500 lbs. $ 83.00 102.00
Slaughter Cows: Lean
750-1200 lbs. 85-90 percent $42.00 48.00
Slaughter Bulls: Yield Grade, No. 1-2
1,000-2,100 lbs. $55.00 65.50

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Submitted photo
Janice Owens (right), member of the Spon-
sored Youth committee, made a $50 check pre-
sentation to Brenda Basnaw, a teacher at Vernon
High School and Key Club sponsor, to help with
club operating expenses.

Submitted photo
From the left, Kiwanis president Darrin Wall and
guest speaker at Tuesday's Kiwanis meeting Ron
Grissom of Gulf Power in Ft. Walton.

Key Leader Program subject at Chipley Kiwanis meeting

Guest speaker at Tues-
day's Kiwanis meeting
was Ron Grissom of Gulf
Power in Ft. Walton. He ex-
plained several aspects of
the Key Leader Program, a
Kiwanis International pro-
gram whose events are de-
signed for all high school
Its main focus is to serve
students from 14 to 17 years
of age who may be members
of a Key Club or members of
the general public.
Grissom further explained
that Kiwanis Key Leader
is a camping weekend re-
treat program with group
session emphasis on service
leadership, personal integri-

ty, personal growth, respect,
building community, and
pursuit of excellence.
The Friday schedule be-
gins with registration at 4
p.m:, followed by dinner
and campsite group pro-
gram meetings and activi-
ties till 11:15. Saturday ac-
tivities begin at 8 a.m. with
breakfast, followed by group
program sessions, lunch,
afternoon group program
sessions, dinner at 5:45, a
block party at 10:30 p.m. and
curfew at 12:30 a.m. Sun-
day's schedule begins with
breakfast at 8 a.m., followed
by a review of Saturday's
activities, a group program
session about the Pursuit

of Excellence and a closing
session until 11:30 a.m.
This year's retreat for this
area is scheduled for Feb. 15
17 at Camp Timpochee in
Niceville, with a cost is $175
.per person or $150 for Key
Club members. Kiwanis
Florida Foundation money
is available for full and/
or partial scholarships...no
student is turned away due
to finances. Ron noted that
Camp Timpochee facilities
are excellent.
For additional informa-
tion about the Kiwanis Key
Leader program, go to the
web site www.key-leader.
org or call Ron Grissom at

Also at Tuesday's meet-
ing, Janice Owens, mem-
ber of the Sponsored Youth
committee, made a $50
check presentation to Brenda
Basnaw, a teacher at Vernon
High School and Key Club
sponsor, to help with club
operating expenses.
Announcements included
a reminder of the "work
day" Saturday, Jan. 19, be-
ginning at 8 a.m. at Kate
Smith Elementary for volun-
teer Kiwanians to landscape
the courtyard area of the
school. Bring your green
thumb and join the group.

GED courses
Holmes County Library, Washington-Homes Technical
Center and Tri-County Transportation have joined together
to promote Adult Basic Education and GED preparation
classes in Bonifay and Chipley.
They will offer free GED classes, flexible schedules, open
enrollment, official GED practice tests, possible transpor-
tation assistance for those 18 and older and a $20 savings
toward cost of GED.
For more information call Bonifay, 547-5811 and in
Chipley call 638-1180 ext. 313 or 315.


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10 YEARS AGO, 1998
A Texas wagon trainon a
fund-raising trip, stopped in
Bonifay on its way to Jack-
sonville and spent a couple
of days in the Ag Center
parking lot. They planned to
*complete the trip via Maine,
SWashington State, Califor-
nia, and back to Texas.
Students in the six fifth-
grade classes at Kate M.
Smith Elementary made a
field trip to the Davis' farm
which was in the middle of'
the peanut harvest. The fol-
lowing month, the classes
were back on that farm ob-
serving the harvest of cot-
ton and soy beans as part
of the Ag in the classroom
15 YEARS AGO, 1993
Kevin Ward, an outfielder
with the San Diego Pa-
dres, was in Dothan,Ala., to
give Christian testimony at
Ridgecrest Baptist Church.

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rom the files of the Washington County News

Washington County resi-
dent, Hattie Anderson, ob-
served her 100th birthday
at the local convalescent
Since she had no family
here, members of Chipley
Garden Club took turns
staying with Jane Horne,
who was hospitalized with
a serious heart attack.

30 YEARS AGO, 1978
A group of farmers from
Washington and Jackson
counties joined a tractor-
cade through downtown
Marianna in support of the
Northwest Florida American
Agriculture Movement.
Coleman Register opened
a surplus and salvage busi-
ness on Highway 90 in
The VHS girls'basketball
team won the conference
tournament with a 42-41
cliffhanger over a tough Cot-

tondale team.
45 YEARS AGO, 1963
Mrs. Bill Northcutt and
sons, Dick, Phil, John and
Jim, returned to Birming-
ham,Ala., after spending the
holidays with her mother,
Mrs. Charles Tobias Sr.
Visiting Gertrude Joiner
on a Sunday afternoon were
the Rev. Curtis Peacock and
his mother of Tampa and
Mrs. Wiggins of Chipley.
E.B., "Ed" Warren re-
signed after 23 years as
Chipley City Clerk. He
was a native of DeFuniak
Hattie Taylor and George
Jackson were married at the
home of the bride's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. E.F. Taylor.
J.W. Williams and T.J.
Watts were visitors at the
county capital on Wednes-


Wood guest
speaker at MLK
The Rev. Dr. Rufus Wood
Jr. of Panama City will be
keynote speaker at the Martin
Luther King Jr. celebration
held 6 p.m. Jan. 19 at Grant
Tabernacle A.M.E. Church.
He is widely known for his
work in Florida schools,
churches and communi-
ties, according to a news
An accomplished musi-

cian, the motivational speak-
er is pastor and founder of
Love Center Missionary
Baptist Church in Panama
Dr. Wood was educated
in the public schools of Bay
County. He received his
AA degree from Gulf Coast
Community College, a BS
degree from Florida A&M
University, a doctorate of
ministry, and business ad-
ministration and computer
science from Morehouse
School of Religion.

Washington County
Sample ballots
are online
All voters in Washington
County should have received
a sample by mail today or
certainly by tomorrow. To
get a sample ballot on line
you can go to http://www.
wcsoe.org/id 1 .html.
For more information stop
by the Washington County
Supervisor of Elections of-
fice, 1293 Jackson Avenue in
Chipley or call 638-6230.

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Mom was right: wash your hands

Expert gives tips
on fighting bacteria
and viruses

Staff Writer
A whopping 80 percent
of common infections like
colds, flu and diarrhea are
caused by germs playing the
"sit and wait game."
Bacteria and viruses sit on
the TV remote, telephone or
computer keyboard, waiting
for someone to pick up that
object and provide them with
a new place to grow in.
This according to Charles
Gerba, Ph.D., a microbiolo-
gist from the University of
Arizona who shared this dirt
and more with about 100 sci-
ence teachers gathered at the
Panhandle Area Educational
Consortium Jan. 11. (FYI,
intimate relations and insects
transmit the other 20 percent
of germs that cause common
Gerba taught science
teachers about germ trans-
mission by fomites, a fancy
name for inanimate objects.
The professional educators
knew people should wash
their hands before eating and
after sneezing, but Gerba
drove home why life in the
21st century, particularly in
the United States, is more
conducive to disease trans-,
Modern Americans:
Work inside with others
more than they do outdoors
* travel greater distances
* congregate in malls, cruise
ships, hospitals, sporting
events, buses and airplanes
* have more possessions *
tend to share possessions
like TV remotes, cell phones
and iPods
* spend half the time clean-
ing, and
* are less clean.
In other words, people are
cooped up together more,
take and acquire germs from
more places, have increased
the number of sit and wait
opportunities for germs and,
despite modern cleaning
conveniences, aren't nearly
as clean as they think they
"People don't need to
clean more," he said. "They
just need to use the right
products. Use disinfectant
products, like bleach." He
said to stop using reusable
cleaning tools, like sponges
and dish rags.
Gerba pointed out that 95
percent of Americans use
cold water to wash clothes
and that the average wash-

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Dr. Charles Gerba spoke
on germs and viruses at
PAEC recently.

cycle in a-U.S. made washer
is 12 minutes. He compared
this to European washers
that heat water to 180 de-
grees and wash them for 140
"Your clothes aren't as
clean as you think," he said.
"Anything you wash your
underwear with gets an e-
coli bath. When you move
wet laundry to the dryer,
you are covering your hands
with germs." E-coli bacteria
come from fecal matter.
To better clean laundry,
Gerba suggests using bleach
or bleach substitutes, hot wa-
ter and longer drying cycles.
He said increasing the quan-
tity of bleach substitute by as
little as 1/8 of a cup makes it
almost as effective as bleach
as a germ killer.
Kitchen sinks are another
germ hot spot in the home.
Gerba said most homes
have more e-coli bacteria
in and around the kitchen

sink than in a flushed toilet.
He said they come from
washing raw vegetables and
handling raw meat.
"Most people hang the
dish rag on the faucet. The
rag gets bacteria from the
sink, and then you wipe a
fine layer of e-coli and sal-
monella all over your coun-
ters when you clean with
soap and water," he said.
It came as no surprise to
teachers in the room that
elementary school teachers
top Gerba's list of germiest
"You work with germs'
favorite meal young kids.
Their sanitary habits are not
well developed and they
hand in homework," Gerba
said. He said bacteria hot
spots in a classroom are
pencil sharpeners, shared
computers, classroom sinks
and student desks.
Gerba noted two studies
that showed a 50 percent re-
duction in student absentee-
ism when each student was
required to wipe down his or
her desk with a disinfecting
wipe at the end of each day.
"That's quite an impres-
sive impact on absenteeism
with something so simple,"
he said.
He also urged teachers
to have students wash their
hands when returning from
the playground.

"Nobody cleans this area.
It's a public restroom.for
birds. Kids have more fe-
cal matter on their hands
when they return from the
playground that when they
return from the bathroom,"
he said.
Regarding bathrooms,
Gerba said, "If there's ever
an epidemic, run to the toilet
seat." His studies found that
the toilet seat is actually
the cleanest place in most
homes and offices. And in
the battle of the sexes, which
bathroom has more bacteria
the men's or the women's?
Hands down, the women's
Why, when that's the
bathroom that usually smells
the cleanest? Gerba said
'young children accompany
women to the bathroom
more often, and touch ev-
erything in sight.
Friday's emerging sci-
ence seminar was the second
of three PAEC has planned
for elementary, middle and
high school science educa-
tors. Gerba was one of three
featured speakers Jan..11.
These seminars were
made possible by a $1.5
million dollar Math and
Science Partnership grant
PAEC received to improve
and enhance science educa-
tion in the consortium's 14
member districts.

Saturday, January 19, 2008 Washington County News, 5


MLK parade Monday
The third annual Martin Luther King, Jr. parade will be on
Monday, Jan. 21. Line up will begin at 9:30 a.m. at Historic
Chipley High School, with the parade beginning at 10 p.m.
along the downtown parade route.
No pre-registration required; first, second and third-place
trophies will be awarded to entries that most reflect the,
dream of Dr. King.
A program will follow at the T.J. Roulhac Enrichment and
Activity Center (old Roulhac High School). Guest speaker
will be 1990 Chipley High School graduate Corey Lindsey,
a State Farm agent in Phenix City, Ala. Lindsey is a graduate
of East Tennessee State University.
The events are sponsored by Fresh Start Anti-Drug Coali-
tion of Washington County. For more information call Fresh
Start at 638-7884 or the Rev. Thomas Smith at 638-5672.

Peanut Board members sought
Florida Peanut Producers Association is seeking eligible
peanut producers who are interested in serving on the Na-
tional Peanut Board. Nominations will be held for a member
and alternate to the board during the annual membership
meeting beginning 6:30 p.m. Feb. 21 at Jackson County
Agricultural Complex on Pennsylvania Ave. in Marianna.
All eligible producers are encouraged to participate.
USDA requires two nominees from each state for each
position of member and alternate. The National Peanut Board
will submit Florida's slate of nominees to the US Secretary
of Agriculture, who makes the appointments.
Florida Peanut Producers Association is the state certified
check-off organization for peanuts and represents Florida's
Peanut Producers Association office at 850-526-2590.

Statewide gang grand jury report done
Attorney General Bill McCollum and Statewide Prosecu-
tor Bill Shepherd earlier this week released the first Interim
Report of the 18th Statewide Grand Jury, tasked with investi-
gating criminal gang activity, according to a news release.
The Attorney General and the Statewide Prosecutor reiter-
ated that criminal gangs in Florida are not only growing, but
are also becoming more violent. The report acknowledges
that law enforcement and prosecutors are attacking the
problem, but increased enforcement tools and long-term
joint investigations are critical.
The Statewide Grand Jury's recommendations focus on
Acknowledging the gang problem and resolving, through
all levels and branches of government, to attack it; protect-
ing witnesses by enhancing witness tampering statutes and
by closing the revolving door of automatic pre-trial bond
releases; streamlining the statutory definition of criminal
gang member to close existing loopholes and updating the
criminal RICO statute; providing additional training and
resources for law enforcement and prosecutors; and ensur-
ing law enforcement's' continued collection and sharing of
criminal gang intelligence.
The Grand Jury also recently announced its first indict-
ments, charging 10 members of the dangerous statewide gang
SUR-13 with criminal racketeering charges in December.

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death was November 3,
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according to the Plat ton County, Florida, Pro- holder of the following cer-
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county of Washington, thereon. The certificate Orders, and Western Un- 3120-Arts & Crafts -
State of Florida. Unless number and year of issu- ion are the only other al- 3130 -Auctions 320 I iE
such certificated shall be dance thedescrtionof ternatives accepted. 3140- Bay Items
redeemed according to th property, and the Aspublished intheWash- 3150-Building Supplies Sunny Hills-Jan. 18th &4
the law, the property de- names in which it was as- ington County News Janu- 3160 Business 19th. BR Suite, LR Suite,Art/Enterta
scribed shall be sold to sessed arasfollows: ary 19, 26; February 2, 9, Equipment Queen Ann Chairs, An- Art/Entertainment/Media
the highest bidder at the CERTIFICATE NO.w1191 2008. 3170-Collectibles tique Cane Chairs, Dun-
courhousedooron 3180- Computers
courthousedooron YEAR OF ISSUANCE 05 3190 Electronics canfife couch/tables,er
February 26, 2008 at DESCRIPTION OF PROP- 3200 Firewood Much more. 773-2088. Photographer
10:00 AM. ERTY: Parcel # 3210 Free Pass it On
01-0084-0007 Public Auction 3220 Furniture Washington County
Dated this 4 day of Janu- Lot 7 Block 4 of Sunny 3230 Garage/Yard Sales News & Holmes County

COURT through of t on Hero Rd. in Washing Equipment The All Natural Way. Prod- reporter/photographer.
WASHINGTON COUNTYRecords of Washington ton County. 3290 Medical Equipment ucts 100% guaranteed, Excellent company
FLORIDA County,Florida. On the 22nd of January 3300 -Miscellaneous Call:850-547-2091, benefits.
NAME IN WHICH AS- 2008 this horse will be of' 3310 Musical Instmments 850-263-0206. After 4pm
BY: J C Rogers, Deputy SESSED : Moises Aranas fered for sale at public 3320 Plants & Shrubs/ 205-746-8828 Send resume to: Editor,
Clerk RA auction. This auction will Supplies Washington County
WARNING: Said property being in the Farm located at 653 Hwy 3340- Sporting Goods News
Int of rWashi ngton, 2 at 9 .. 3 Tickets B & Sell)1364 N. Railroad Ave.
State of Florida. Unless 273 at 9:3280 3242
THERE ARE UNPAID For more information orSg h r o
TAXES ONPROPERTY such certificated shall be directions the auction Single hopper two row
WHICH YOU OWN IN redeemed according to contact Animal Control Of- Covington plante and dis- afelsberg@
the law, the property de- afelsberg@
GnCAL M INATERE OUTTy THE 1i y good ornlake chipleypapercom
GALWHICH YOU HAVE LE- scribed shall be sold to ficer at 63-6306. 31 frame. Very good condi- chipleypapercom
GAL INTEYRST. TE the highest bidder at the tion. Call 638-0014.
PROPERTY WILL BE courthouse door on Feb- Wanted To Buy antiques, No phone calls
SOLD AT PUBLIC AUC-ruary 26,200 at 10:00 Public Auction collectibles, gold, silver, Drug Free Workplace.
TION ON February 26, AM. dinnerware, collections, EOE
2008 UNLESS THE BACK Dated this 15 day of Janu- The following vehicle(s) paintings, call Al Schmidt 3300
AES AREPANID. NTO ary 2008 will be sold at auction on 850-638-7304 Balled Hay 535-2264 Avon R
MAKE ARRANGEMENTS LINDA HAYES COOK JANUARY 31, 2008 at535-2264 Avon Representa-
FOR PAYMENT OR TO CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT 8:00AM at Brock Auto For Sale: Fish for stock- tives needed in Boni-
RECEIVE FURTHER IN-COURT Body & Towing, 1135 ing your pond or lake. fay, Chipley,
FORMATION, CONTACT WASHINGTON COUNTY, Main Street, Chipley, Flor- Coppernose bluegill, Graceville, Wausau,
THE CLERK OF COURT FLORIDA ida 32428. 9 shellcracker, channel cat- Vernon, Caryville,
IMMEDIATELY AT RO. 31B00: J C Rgers, Dputy .19fish, msquito-fsh, bas
BOX 647 OR 1293 JACK- BY: J C Rogers, Deputy fish, mosquito-fish, bass Ponce de Leon. Ask
Clerk 1991 CADI VIN # Paul Fish Farms about mini-kit
SON .AVE, SUITE 101, WARNING: 1 G6CD53B1 M4268536 Stereo Equipment: (50)547-2215 about mini-kit.
CHIPLEY, FLORIDA THERE NARE UNPAID 1998 Honda VIN Sansui-A-1200 Amplifier, (850)547-2215 8 5 0 5 4 7 1 6 4 0.
32428, OR TELEPHONE TAXES ON PROPERTY #1HGCG5641WA066108 T-700 stereo tuner, New PortaCableframing Dwayne Atkins SR
(850) 638-6008 EXT 232. WHICH YOU OWN IN 1995 Jimmy VIN 2-SP-X8000 speakers, nail gun. Large Husky
WHICH YOU HAVE LE- #1GKCS13W9S2521856 Technics turnable Varner chain saw almost
GAL INTEREST THE As published in the Wash- SL-1600,marantzcassette new. 10-14 do b
PROPERTY WILL BE ington County News Janu- player/recorder, model camper, separate
AMOUNT TO REDEEM SOLD AT PUBLIC AUC- ary 19, 2008. RA-700 reverb equalizer compartments. 16 foot flat Caring Individuaineeded
FOR January $1,256.33 IN 850-547-4859 bed trailer. 850-535-9592 to provide personal care
850-535-2680 services to developmen-
tally disabled young
Thank You to everyone adults. Weekend hours
who responded to the ad available in the New Hope
for the 3BR/2bath area. Background check
double-wide for rent, it is required; Experience pre-
rented now. Thanks ferred. Contact Jim during
Wanted to Rent- Farm business hours M-F 9a-4p
land ih Graceville, Chip- (850) 547-4415.
ley, Bonifay area. Or
pasture land for cows. Healthcare
Call. anytime,
85.0-718-1859 or Caring Individual needed:
.35-4602. to provide personal care
services to
developmentally disabled
young adults. P/T,
33 after-school, and some
Maphls Tree Farm weekends in the
Nursery & Gift Shop Bonifay/Esto area. Contact
Spring is just around the Jim during business hours
corner and now s the time M-F 9-4 (850) 547-4415.
to plant your fruit trees
and landscape plants. We Other
have apples, pears,
peaches, plums, nectar- Help Wanted-Assisted
ines, figs, mayhaw, blue- Living Facility. Several
berries, etc. 'Our citrus Shifts available. Starting
trees include satsumas, pay$8.00 an hour. Call for
meyers lemons, ruby red more information
grapefruit, hamilin and 535-4432.
Blood Red Oranges, hon-
eybell tangelos, sweet and
sour kumquats, limes and Permanent full-time posi-
calemondin. Our land- tion available. Currently
scape plants are too nu- looking for a salesperson.
merous to list, .but we Preferably from the North-
have everything from or- west Florida area.
namental grasses to Energetic, well settled,
maples, birch and cleve- and goal oriented. Sales
land pears. Come see us experience helpful but not
at 814 Rattlebox Rd 3 mi- a must. Excellent
les south on Orange Hill commissions and full
Rd, Chipley, FL. Watch for insurance benefits
our signs. 850-638-8243 available. No phone calls.
or visit us on the web at Apply in person at the new
maphistreefarm.com All Jones-Baird Chevrolet701
Christmas items 20% off E. Magnolia Ave, in Ge-
Don't Forget Us Valentines neva, AL., ask for Randall
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4100 6110 s6140 6170 6170
ALL LARGE For Rent 3BR/1BA, 2 & 3 Bedroom mobile Wages.Pond, Wash Co, 3
OtherAARTMTALL LARGE For Rent 3BR/1BA hm forrent in Bonifay. 2 ba, 1 ac, scmd porch,
APARTMENTS-i BR, CH&A 11811st Ave $595 homes for rent in Bonifay. br2ba, 1ac, scrndporch
Mystery Shoppers, get $450 S/D $200. 2BR $500 a month. No pets. HUD 850 5473462 carport, dockLast &sec, 233-4636
paid to shop! Retail/dining S/D $250 3BD/1BA $650 accepted. 638-1918 2BR Singlewide. Water & 1st Last &sec2334636
establishments need un- S/D $350. Downtown garbage furnished. All AQTOMOIVE MARINE
derercover clients to judge Chipley, convenient loca- FOR RENT: 2BR/1BA electric. Front & backR N
quality customer service, tion. Rent includes stove, three miles south on hwy prch No pets. Call 8100- Antique & Collectibles
Earn up to $150. a day. refrigerator, city water, 77. Call for information 8 5 0 6 3 8 1 9 1 1 8110 Cars
Call (888)-523-1013. sewer, garbage. Everyth- 77. Call for inform850-638-1858850-326-0044, or 8120 Sports Utility Vehicles
ing new. Sorry no pets or 850-326-2201. 8130 Trucks
HUD. 850-638-3306. 8140 Vans
y For Rent3BR/2BA house 2BR/1BA in Washington 8150 Commercial
Want An Opportunity For rent in Chipley. 638-1918 or County. CH/A, 5 miles 8160 Motorcycles
with a growing company? it Sleepy Hollow 638-4478. from Vernon, 10 miles REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 8170- Auto Parts
0 wt icmpany? Sleepy H'from Chipley, 8 miles from +- -... & Accessories
CCBookkeeping and Will sit with your Love Want to work hard and be Apartments Bonifay. (850)373-8922. 7100- Homes 8210- Boats
C B keeping a On Ones in their home and For Rent first in Chipley, rewarded for it? Reed 2BR/1BA, water, garbage onifay. () 7110-ohHome 8210 o Watercraft
Tax Service. Open 5 days take care of them. Have Mini Warehouses. If you Concrete and Construc- & lawn care included. Publisher's 3BR and 2BR Mobile Property c8230- Sailboats
a week to 5pm. all References. Cell: don't have the room, "We tion, Inc.,in Bonifayould HUD not accepted. Notice Homes for rent. Quite 7120 Commercial 8240 Boat & Marine
(850)638-1483850-373-7570 Home: Do" Lamar Townsend like to talk with you.638-7128 area, Chipley, off Hwy. 90.. 7130-Condo/Townhouse Supplies
850-844-2824 850)638-4539, north of 850-547-5767 All real estate advertising in Section 8 accepted. 7140 Farms& Ranches 310 Aircraft/Aviation
Townsends. Graceland Manor Apart- this newspaper is subject to 850-260-2106. 7150 Lots and Acreage 8320 ATV/Off Road Vehicles
ments. Rental assistance the Fair Housing Act which 7160 Mobile Homes/Lots 8330 Campers & Trailers
___ __me on 1, 2tRe and 3 bedroom ms makes it illegal toadvertise 3BR/2BA E. of Chipley 7170- Waterfront 8340- Motorhomes
on ,2, and 3 bedrooms any preference, limitation or on Rock Hill Ch. Rd. $500 7180 Investment
Handicapped and discrimination based on per month with water & Property
SMini Storage in Chipley. non-handicapped accessi- race, color, religion, sex, lawn services furnished by 7190- Out-ol-Town
Headliners and Vinyl All sizes for rent. We ble apartments.' 850 handicap, familial status or owner. Security deposit Real Estate 8110
Tops Mobile Unit. I do the Car pessue furnish the lock. .-263-4464, TDD/TTY 711. national origin, or an inten-- Tmeshare
work at your home orwashing, lawn care, patio (850)326-2399 5445 Brown Street, ion, to make anysuch pref- and references required 7200Timeshar.
workplace.Reasonable & window re-screening. GracevilleFL.ernce, limitation or dis- and NO pets. 638-8570. Clean, good condition.
rates on new vinyl tops great rates. (850)638-4492 housing authority includes children under the | 0 Radiator, Heater Core, etc.
anehousing authority includes children under theF R 2Oa pr
and auto carpeting. Free J&J Cabinet Shop. For all RL FTIRE age of 18living with parents 3BR/1BA, remodeled and 100Radiator, Heater Core, etc.
estimates. Call anytime, J&J Ganet Shop For al -$600 cue
leave mes ti your kitchen cabinets and Townhouse Apt for rent- or legal custodians, preg a 12 x 60, 2BR/1BA. call New Construction 10 $1,600 8BO
leave ssage.(850) h ds. Call8100 Busness/ 2BR/1.BA. Chipley. nant women and people se- 850-638-4273. new homes starting at
638-7351aiHoell(850)Commercial $595/mth. 638-1918. curing custody of children For Rent 2BR/1BA on $119,900.258-5941. 1998 Ford 250,
638-7351 James S Howell (850) 6110- Apartments ._under 18.
535-239 2601619 120- Beach Rentals Mattox Springs Rd in Pate REDUCED by owner 747 Automatic, electric
Ruby Joyce Hdges, This newspaper will not Pond 850-535-2657 Gilbert Drive, Chipley. windows/door locks,
Roofing Contractor 40- House Rentals knowingly'acceptany adver- entNice 3BR/2BA,
Roofing Contractor 6140 House Rentals RENTtising for real estate which is For Rent Nice 3BR/2BA, 3BR/1.bBA. Newly Re- bed-liner, good tires. Runs
R ." 'IF IT'S ROOFING WE DO 6150 Roommate Wanted 6in violation of the law. Our 16x80 on one acre of land, modeled. (w) 718-2268; good, looks good. White
IT" 35 years experience in 6160- Rooms for Rent readers are hereby informed deep well. No pets. On (h)547-2937 with brown interior. Priced
8170- Mobile Home/Lot 2BR/lbath -house on 2 that all dwellings advertised Rd. $600 a belowbook. $5,000 FIRM.
Are you overwhelmed Sod For Sale on the farm, Tri-Co. area. Licensed, in- Out-of-Town Rentalsdweingsadvertised ricard00 (850) 209-5241.
Ale youoverwheled dFor Sale on the farming, 0 n Rentals o a n this newspaper areq availa- monthyplus deposit. Days I ffI
and too busy to clean? I delivered or installedT sured. (850) 638-8428. 6190 Timeshare Rentals $200. deposit. V4 mile e on a equal opportunity Honda Civic EX' 99 33
will clean your home or Centipede and 419 Ber- .Lic#RC0066509. 6200 Vacation Rentals from 1-10 in Caryville. Call basis. To complain of dis- 638-8462 and nights 7150
business. References muda. West Florida Turf James at 850-276-6577 crimination call HUD toll-free 1/63821434.2 A i Ma w PW P, Cuss,
available. 638-7756. (850)638- 0at1-800-69777. The ForRentmobi1/2 Acre In Marianna with PW, PL, Custom Wheels,
ailable. 638-7756. (850)60; toll-free number for the hear- F Rent, mobile home old home. Value in land. All Maint, Excellent Condi-
(850415-0385. Established 2BR/1BA Remodeled ing impaired is 2BR/1BA located City of $10,000 OBO. tion, 185K Hwy Miles,
Certified CNA looking 1980 6100 Country Home, 1,500 sq. 1-800-927-9275. Bonifay, $300.00 a month 850-774-9471 $5200 obo, 850-638-6628
for part-time work in your SodSod Sod Quality you Executive Qffice ft.approximately 5 miles alus deposit. No pets.
home. Cleaning, cooking, can depend on. Irrigated, spacefor lease on ly StoMcDonalds ie 8 a50-547-2043 until Mmay2008. 4 acres
etc. Please call Remona at weed & pest controlled. Sewing Machine and Brickyard Rd. Great wChipley. S ., dis 0or Rent-Nice5 clean with 4mobi hom es
850-535-4025 Centipede and St. Augus- Vacuum Cleaner Re location across from asher, fridge, blinds, and For Rent-Nice, clean Chile, nearhway 8120
^ Vacuum Cleaner Repair, ceilingp faners. Front and C nea^r Highwy 90 1; g8120 1
i eand y High .School ceiling fans. Front and 3BR/2BA mobile .home. Uve in one, rent the rest. 99 Isuzu Amigo, 99K,
______________________ tine. Delivery and installa- guaranteed service on all Chiple 0bkpoce.Wtra
e' r tion available. 8 miles SW makes and models. Free 638-7700 back porches. Water and Close to Chipley. No pets. Great for facility. Juanita V6-AT. $4500.00 OBO.
ousekeeping or sitingwww.c iceor lncaeincluded. Pets Small 2BR House par-Days, 638-8462, nights, Stewart Realty. 547-3484, aftet 6:30,
with elderly, shut-ins. I of Chipley for easy cus- estimates. Western Auto, w .c or negotiable. Application re- tially furnished with 638-1434. 638-3514/849-4031. weekend.
ith elderly, shut-. tomer hauling. Call any- 216 N. Waukesha, Boni- lease.com quired. SMOKE FREE EN- Washer and Dryer. $400 a 638-3514/849-4031 weekend.
ave references a time. Billy and Leola Brock fay. 547-3910 VIRONMENT. $695/mo. month and $350 security In Bonifay, quiet mobile Lots For Sale Ready to
638-7672. (850) 638-1202; 326-1500 Executive Office Space Plus $695 deposit, deposit. Smoke free envi- home park: 3BR/1bath build. One five minutes "'TUK
for rent downtown 850-638-4228 or ronment. No pets. and 2BR/lbath mobile from Santa Rosa Beach.
Chipley. 638-1918 850-528-8854. Ca11850-638-1272. homes for rent. $400.00 $90,000 was $118,000
month each. and other lot on 1ST 85 Ford F-150, 302, AT.
850-547-4234 or Street in Chipley. Call $1600OBO. 5457-3484af-
A ewww.HomeAssure.com/offer or (866)371- 4/BR $397/Mo! For listings (800)366-9783 850-699-3599 850-547-2091 ter 6:30, weekends.
Announcements 0721. Ext 5760. Mobile Home in Ponce MP Enterprises Land 1973 Ford F-100, rebuilt
de Leon for rent. Sale and Finance. 5 acres 360, excellent work truck.
GET COVERED....Run your ad Help Wanted BANK FORECLOSURES! Homes from 12BR/1BA. Nice & clean or more for houses only, $1,350 OBO.
STATEWIDE! You can run your classified $10,000! 1-3 bedroom on a 2 acre lot. Includes sm wooded & pasture. 3 mi- 850-535-1860
STad Ein Der1 o ridan ewsprapssie$10,000! 1-3 bedroom available! Repos, storage building & los South of Chipley.
ad in over 100 Florida newspapers Advertising Sales Manager National REOs, HUD, FHA, etc. These homes must washer/dryer $350 de- Highway 77, Gainer Rd 1988 Toyota 4X4,6cy
for $475. Call this newspaper or Newspaper Placement Services (N2PS) is sell. For listings call (800)425-1620 Ext posit, $350 month. Refer- Houston Rd., Beadie Rd Extended Cab. 5 Speed
(866)742,1373 for more details or visit: seeking an experienced sales person with 4237. once & lease required.' Duncan Community Rd., Standard: 535-2818.
www.florida-classifieds.com. management experience to lead the sales 850-836-4885 or Buddy Rd., (4) five acres For Sale 2006 Ford F 150
team. N2PS, a subsidiary of the Florida Press Land For Sale fechall@t-online.de. (8) ten acres (5) eight ac- XLT V8, loaded, 12,300
What Destroys Relationships? Answer Association, sells and services print and _Mobile Home Rentals In res. Owner financing or miles. Phone
pg 371 Buy and Read Dianetics by L. online advertising for newspapers. Successful NC Mountains 2 acres with great view, Ponce de Leon. 1-3 Bed- cash. Low down payment, 850-547-3807 If not
Ron Hubbard Send $20.00 to: Hubbard account management, proven leadership very private, big trees waterfalls & large room 2 bath, 3 -2 bed- low monthly payments availabe leave message
very private, big trees, waterfalls & large room 1 bath, seasonal Call Milton Peel for infor-
Dianetics Foundation, 3102 N. Habana skills required and an undergraduate degree public lake. nearby, $69,500. Call now ret 850-849-5068 motion 850-638-1858
Ave, Tampa FL 33607 (813)872-0722. or equivalent related experience required. (866)789-8535. 850-535-2680 mtn8-6-.18y
Email your cover letter, resume and salary rent in 8160
Apartment For Rent history to: hr@n2ps.com. EOE, drug-free Miscellaneous ottondaleoSappRoad, 71 2002 Honda Knightawk,
$397/Mo! 4BR/3BA HUD Home! (5% workplace. 8 miles east of Chipley. clean and like new.
397/Mo! 4BR/3BA HUD Ho (5% AIRLINES ARE HIRING Train for high 3BR/2BA and 2BR/2BA Gilr hMih nd dro 8,000K, $2,000 OBO. Call
down 20 years @ 8% apr) More Homes Advertising Sales Representative National paying Aviation Maintenance Career. FAA available. Total electric. Chipley Has old mobile Ro at 850-638-6414
Available from $199/Mo! For listings Newspaper Placement Services (N2PS) approved program. Financial aid if qualified (850)258-4868; 209-8847 home, deep well, large For Sale 2006 Suzuki
call (800)366-9783 Ext 5669. is seeking an experienced sales person to -Job placement assistance. CALL Aviation www.charloscountryliv- trees.PRICEREDUCEDto GSX R600, 3,190 miles,
sell .print and online advertising. N2PS, a Institute of Maintenance (888)349-5387. ing.com $45,000. 638-8570 blue & white w/helmet.
Auctions subsidiary of the Florida Press Association, Mobile homes for rent For Sale 14 x 70 mobile Asking $6,900. Call Steve
sells and services print and online advertising ATTEND COLLEGE ONLINE from funished and unfur- home, zone 2 with large 850-547-3378 Cell
Absolute Auction!! Developer close-out for newspapers. Demonstrated success with home. Medical, business, paralegal, 4173 hedBR/las Ferry Rd prch. 10 space mobile 850-258-0778
sale: New 1, 2 & 3 bedroom condos in previous media sales and an undergraduate computers, criminal justice. Job placement 547-4606 hmepark. 850-535-26806
Viera Beach, FL. 20 left from 250+. 10 degree or equivalent related experience assistance.. Financial aid and computer 850-849-5068
degree equivalen experience aThe Park at 2350 MUST SELL 3 BR/2BA
are being sold ABSOLUTE February 10 required. Online sales experience a plus. provided if qualified. Call (866)858-2121, 3BR/1BA$425 T SELL 3 B A D 8210
at 1pm. Viera Holiday Inn. (941)373- Email your cover letter, resume and salary www.OnlineTidewaterTech.com. 3BR/2BA$450 1995 FMEEWOD B ton Whale
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AU3600 AB2578 BK536374. workplace. NOW AVAILABLE! 2008 POST OFFICE Tiler for Rent-Sm 2BR. FURNITURE & APPLI- stroke mere., like new,
JOBS. $18-$20/HR. NO EXPERIENCE, Nice condition. Vernon. ANCES STAY. $18,000 bimini, fish finder, full
Autos For Sale Drivers: CALL TODAY! Bonus & Paid PAID TRAINING, FED' BENEFITS, $350 a month. Call Ron @ CALL.850-547-4205 AF- cushions, trailer, more.
Orientation 36-43cpm Earn over $1000 VACATIONS. CALL (80Q)910-9941 535-9650. TER 5:30PM $15,000. (850) 774-2333
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Civic $600! 94 Toyota Corolla $800! For recent OTR required (800)635-8669.
listings call (800)366-9813 Ext 9271. Real Estate
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A Life/Health license is required. This Approx. 35 acres of open land, big creek,
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