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Literature/Language Festival draws local students


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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 2009


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Nelson talks about stimulus


CECILIA SPEARS
StaffWriter
cspears@chipleypaper.com
CHIPLEY Senator Bill Nelson-
visited the Blue Lake Community
Center Feb. 18, to meet with local
administrators to discuss what the
recently stimulus package meant
for them.
"Seven hundred billion dollars
went to bail out banks during the
last economic stimulus," said Nel-
son. "It should have gone to hous-
ing mortgages."
He said the biggest crisis at
that time, and what is still affect-
ing the economy, was the massive
amount of mortgages given out.
"There were mortgages given
to people whose income clearly
didn't match the security and


should never have been given
such large mortgages to begin
.with," he said. "It left a lot of peo-
ple unable to pay for their mort-
gages and they ended up loosing
their homes."
Nelson said that because of this
the banks could no longer "lend"
money.
The stimulus package is sup-
posed to get the "bad assets off
the banks and get the banks back
to lending again," he said.
He gave an example of how
the stimulus package was going
to help by using the Washington
County School Board as an ex-
ample.
"Let say there's $64.2 billion
going towards schools," he said.
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CECILIA SPEARS I The Washington County News
Senator Bill Nelson visited the Blue Lake Community Center
Feb. 1 8, to discuss the stimulus package.


CONTRIBUTED PHOTO
Northwest Florida Community Hospital in Chipley has received a major national award.
NFCH receives major award

NFCH receives major award


JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
ofelsberg@chipleypaper.com
Tle American Alliance of Health-
care Providers (AAHCP) has select-
ed Northwest Florida Community
Hospital for the Hospital of Choice
Award.
The award was announced re-
cently at the Washington County
Chamber of Commerce's Business
After Hours event hoisted by NFCH
Each Year AAHCP selects 25 hos-
pitals per quarter nationwide for this
recognition.
The Hospital of Choice Award is
designed to identify America's most
customer-friendly hospitals based on
a review of the facility's public com-
munication and staff interaction with
customers.
The review focuses on six prin-
cipal areas including Standards of
Conduct, Performance Management


"I sincerely thank each
and every one of our
physicians and
associates for making
it possible for NFCH to
receive this prestigious
recognition."

Patrick A. Schlenker
President and CEO of NFCH

and Improvement, Staff Develop-
ment ahd Training, Systems of Com-
munication, Good Citizenship, and
Educational and Promotional Mate-
rial available to customers.
Patrick A. Schlenker, President
and CEO of NFCH, said that he was
very pleased to be one of only three


hospitals in the State of Florida to re-
ceive this recognition for the fourth
quarter of 2008.
He stated "In line with our motto,
'We Treat You Like Family,' each day
we strive to treat every patient with
the deepest respect, concern, and
compassion as an individual and for
their medical condition.
"I sincerely thank each and every
one of our physicians and associates
for making it possible for NFCH to
receive this prestigious recogni-
tion."
Schlenker also noted that this
was no "fly by night" award. "Johns
Hopkins is'also on the list," he said.
One hundred hospitals each year
are recognized for a period of one
year and posted on the Web site
www.choicehospitals.com
NFCH was also recognized by
Florida Monthly magazine as one of
the state's top hospitals in 2006 as
recognized in a statewide poll.


Dealing


with


gangs


Groups are
'the new
organized crime'
according to
experts
JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afelsberg@chipleypaper.com
CHIPLEY The growth
in gangs is a major con-
cern for schools and law
enforcement, and :rep-
resentatives of both from
throughout the area were
on hand recently at Pan-
handle Area Education
Consortium in Chipley
to get information on the
issues. Experts were on
hand to provide informa-
tion on the trilogy of "pre-
vention, intervention and
enforcement" to combat
the spread of gangs in
schools.
Meena Harris of the
Florida Attorney Gener-
al's Florida Gang Reduc-
tion Strategy introduced
Capt. Ian Moffett, Sgt.
Wlliam Tagle and Renee
Parker of TAME Inc. Mof-
fett and Tagle are also
officers with the Miami-
Dade Police School De-
partment with jurisdic-
tion over 120 schools.
The office's have
considerable experience
dealing with gangs. For
example, just one high
school, historic Miami
High School, has more
that 5,000 students and
a dozen or so identified
gangs "working" the
school, Tagle said.
And the problem is

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A2 I Washington County News


Local


Saturday, February 21, 2009


Washington County high school students competed in the 19th annual Throssell Literature/Language Festival at Chipbla College.


Local students compete at Literature/Language Festival


MARIANNA On Friday, Feb.
13, 26 Washington County High
School students competed at
the 19th annual Throssell Lit-
eratur.e/Language' Festival at
Chipola College.
Nine students from Chipley
High School and 17 students
from Vernon High School com-
peted in a total of eight catego-


ries alongside students from
Calhoun, Holmes, Jackson, and
Liberty Counties.
Chipley students competing
are as follows (trophy winners
are notated): Sara Gore and
Alison Bunge, Writing; Alisha
Killings, Speech (second place);
, Cora Hawkins (first place) and
Stephanie Calix (honorable


mention), Oral Interpretation;
Allan Hart, President's Read-
ing Contest; Cody Smith (third
place) and William Davis (first
place), Grammar; Sara Gore
(honorable mention), Litera-
ture; Alisha Killings and Olivia
Lassitter, Spanish.
Vernon students competing
are as follows: Steven Carter


and Joelle Fondo, Writing; Sha-
neekqua McCutcheon, Alex'
Anderson (honorable mention),
and Will Young, Speech; Tristen
St. Onge (second place) and Jas-
mine Lawyer (honorable men-
tion), Oral Interpretation; Patri-
cia Parrino (first place), Santino
Andrews, Tierra Belser, and


Gage Story, President's Read-
ing .Contest; Caitlin Smith and
Sakib Rahman (honorable men-
tion), Grammar; Jamie Waldron
(second place) and Meagan
Stone, Literature;
Steven Jackson (second
place) and Steven Carter, Hu-
manities; Meagan Adams and
Santino Andrews, Spanish.


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ARTS COUNCIL 2009 CALENDAR OF EVENTS


March 8: Florida's Delicious History:
A Gastronomic Journey through Modern
Florida is Sunday, March 8 at 2 p.m. at the
Blue Lake Community Center on State 77,
south of Chipley.
Andrew Huse notes that Florida's food
and restaurants are as diverse as its
people, and have changed throughout the
20th century.
Huse offers a romp through modern
Florida's cuisine, with a look back at union
soup houses, African-American jook
joints, shady speakeasies, drive-in burger.
stands, barbecue pits, fish fries and
palaces of luxurious leisure.


This event is free and open to, the
public. -
March 26: Ribbon Cutting and
Spring Art Show being hosted at the
Washington County Chamber of
Commerce office in Chipley from 10 a.m.
until noon.
(Free and open to the public.)
April 25: Second Annual A Day In
The Park held at Shivers Park in Chipley
from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m.
There will be something for all ages
and everyone is sure to have a great. Free
and open to the public.
June27: Watermelon Festival Art


Show will be held at the Washington
County Ag Center in Chipley. Free and
open to the public.
0 Dec. 5: Artists Market Place at the
Chipley Merchants Downtown Christmas
'Festival.
This daylong event will have something
for everyone in the family. Free and open
to the public. -
Anyone interested in joining the Wash-
ington County Arts Council is invited to
attend their next meeting on Feb. 24 at
6 p.m. at the Chipley Library.
For more information visit'
www.washingtoncountyarts.org


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CHIPLEY The Wash-
ington County Chamber of
commerce annually recog-
nizes a local business or
organization that makes
the county a better place to
work and live.
To nominate a business
or organization, submit
a statement of 750 words
or less that outlines the
company made a signifi-
cant impact in 2008 to the
County in any of the follow-
ing categories: Economic
Development; Community
Involvement; Workplace/
Workforce Development;
Business Growth; and
Quality of Life.
List any examples of
business expansion, num-
ber of jobs created, facil-
ity upgrades, average
annual wage of new jobs,
import/export activity, in-
novations, involvement in
charities, education, civic
cooperation beautification,
patriotism, etc.
Also any other informa-
tion deemed important in
evaluating your nomina-
tion. Be specific. Any per-
son or company may nomi-
nate a business, including
its own.
The deadline for submit-
ting nominations is noon on
March 20. Mail nomination
applications to: Washing-
ton County Chamber of
Commerce, business of the
Year Award, P.O. Box 547,
Chipley, FL 32428.
For additional informa-
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Saturday, February 21, 2009


Local


Washington County News I A3


Lassos and Hairbows consignment sale nears


CHIPLEY The spring
Lassos and Hairbows
Kids Consignment Sale
is planned for Saturday,
March 14, from 8 a.m. to
2 p.m. at the Washing-
ton County Ag Center on
U.S. 90.
Great deals can be
found on gently used
children's clothing, toys
and gear at the semi-an-
,nual sale sponsored by the
Junior Woman's Club of
Chipley.
Sellers will earn 65per-
cent of the profit with
little work on their part.
Only spring and summer
clothes will be accepted to
provide a good selection
for the upcoming summer
months.
According to Holli
Chastain, event chair,
participating is much
easier than a garage sale
and more profitable than a'
consignment shop.
"Sellers simply select
the items to sell, bring
them to Lassos and Hair-
bows on the drop-off day,
and organizers will sell
them," Chastain said.
Those who do not wish
to sell can still get in on
the great deals on cloth-
ing, boutique items, baby


"Sellers simply Johns at 527-8972 for a
lls consignor, number to sell,
select the items to to volunteer, or for general
information.
sell, bring them The CJWC, organized
to Lassos and in 1991 to encourage pub-
to O Lan d lic spirit in the commu-
Hairbows on the nity, sponsors numerous
annual events including
drop-off day, and the Adopt-A-Road trash
will pickup, spring canned
rganizerS Will food drive, Back-To-School
sell them." drive, and annual scholar-
ship.
Holli Chastain Carter retirement
Event chair reception
CHIPLEY After 33 years
gear, toys, outdoor play of service to Washington
toys, maternity wear, and County residents, Capital
more, all under one roof. City Bank President Roy
Consignors and volun- Carter will retire on Feb.
teers will receive passes 27. Community members
to the exclusive pre-sale are invited to join him and
on Friday, March 13, and his team of bankers on
will have the first opportu- Thursday, February 26 at
nity to shop. the Capital City Bank of-
Complete informa- fice at 1242 Jackson Ave.
tion about the sale can be from 5-7 p.m.
found in the seller's pack- Refreshments will be
et available at Community served.
South Credit Union, Pan- Roy is a member of
handle Family Medicine, the local Kiwanis Club
or on-line at www.chipley- and participates in many
juniors.com. community events with
Those interested may the Washington County
also contactAyshia Hatch- Chamber of Commerce,
er at 638-4555 or Casey Habitat for Humanity, the


Health Clinic, LLC

"The Health Clinic"
(Dr. Khan & Dr. Malik)
1351 South Blvd.
Chipley, FL
(formerly Dr. Craven's Office)


Welcomes to the


Staff


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

CALL FOR APPOINTMENT
Monday-Friday 8am 5pm
(850) 638-1230




SR 77 Railroad Closure

State Road 77 in downtown

Chipley at the Railroad

crossing will be closed for

repairs Monday, February 23

through Friday, February 27.

No large trucks are allowed in the area.

North and Southbound 77 truck traffic is

being detoured to US 90 and US 231.


Southbound cars and light truck traffic
will use Church Avenue, 5th Street and

US 90.

S MNorthbound

"SSm- -." traffic will

use US 90,

7th Street

p -f ]and Church
A W Avenue as
S. a detour

route.


American Cancer Society
and other charitable orga'
nizations.

Annual Membership
Banquet
CHIPLEY The 2009
Chamber Annual Mem-
bership Banquet is sched-
uled for Thursday, April
9. A punch reception will
start things off at 6 p.m.
with dinner at 7.
The Spanish Trail
Playhouse will provide en-
tertainment with "A Stroll
Down Broadway".
Tickets are $25 per per-
son. Make checks payable
to Washington County
Chamber of Commerce.
Those wanting to at-
tend should make reser-
vations early, as there are
only a limited number of


tickets available. Call the
Chamber at 638-4157 to
make your reservation.

Community South
50th anniversary
CHIPLEY Community
South Credit Union will
celebrate its 50th anni-
versary on Feb. 25 from 11
a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Chi-
pley facility, .1044 U.S. 90
East.
Credit Union members
are eligible to register for
a drawing for a flat screen
television, or a Nintendo
Wii game system. Stop
by for lunch and help cel-
ebrate.
For more information
about community South
Credit Union, call 638-
8376.


Kindergarten
Registration at KMS
CHIPLEY -Kate M.
Smith Elementary will be-
gin kindergarten registra-
tion Monday, April 13, in
.the school office from 7:30
a.m.-2:30 p.m.
To register for kinder-
garten your child must
be five years old by Sept.
1, 2009 and a Washington
County resident.
Please bring your
child's birth certificate,
Social Security card,
updated immunization
record (FL Blue Card).
A Florida physical is re-
quired before school be-
gins.
For more information,
call the school office at
638-6220.


Sevivat tA Shitoh tSapfisf Church.

February 22-25, 2009

Sunday 10:30 tAfl & 6:00 PM
Monday & Yuesday ?:00 Pm
'Wednesday 6:00 PMl

Tonummy Fountain, Sr. of
Fountain of Joy Ministries Inc.
will be our Evangelist.

We invite you to join us.
Tommy has been in the Gospel ministry for nearly 30 years and has
pastored four churches in Georgia and Alabama. He also serves as
the Associational Missionary for the Mulberry Baptist Association in
Northeast Georgia. Tommy and his wife Dianne of 30 years reside in
Winder, GA and are members of Cedar Creek Baptist Church. Tommy
has served as Vice President of the Georgia Baptist Convention,
Vice President and President Elect of the Alabama Baptist Pastor's
Conference, Chairman of the Alabama Baptist Conservatives, and in
2008 served as the Chairman of the Committee on Nominations of the
Southern Baptist Convention.
The Church Is Located on Vernon Hwy. Phone (850) 638-1014.


Amalgam vs. Composite


For well over a hun-
dred years, dentists have
ifilledi teeth with den-
tal amalgam. Basically,
dental amalgam consists
mostly of silver with trace
amounts of copper and
tin mixed with virtually
pure mercury to produce
a putty-like mass, which
hardens in about an hour.
In my grandfatheris day,
this mixed with a mortar
and pestle, but now there
is a machine specially
made to mix these com-
ponents together.
The resulting ifillingi is
very hard, but is colored
silver to black, which
makes .it cosmetically
questionable .in todayls
esthetically-conscious
market.
About fifty-years ago,
composite resin filling
material burst upon -the
market. Basically a very
high-grade, specialized
plastic, composite was
originally two pastes
Mixed together to then
set or harden within a
few minutes. This means
that they set only on an
exposure to a very intense
blue light, giving the den-
tist almost unlimited time
to shape or contour the
filling. Todayis compos-
ites are extremely varied
as to strength and polish-
ability reflecting the re-
quirements called for in
different parts of mouth.
Teeth are etched with
a mild acid, producing
microscopic grooves in


the enamel. Composite is
then bofided into the in-
dividual teeth and, when
properly done, is almost
impossible to separate
from the tooth, without-
the proper dental equip-
ment. Best of all, they are
tooth-colored, with hun-
dreds of shades available
to match any particular
tooth producing a 'very
life-like result.
For many years, the
dental community has
been split on the appro-
priateness of using den-
tal amalgam in humans.
Many accusations have
been leveled at amalgam,
including suggestions that
mercury leaking from the
restorations causes every-
thing from Multiple Scle-
rosis to Autism. Many
studies have been done
over the years and results
have been produced to
support every possible
position. This contin-
ues to be a hot topic in
dentistry. However, the
American Dental Asso-
ciation has continued to
endorse the use of dental
amalgam without reser-
vation.


Larry J. Cook, DMD

Composite resin is
slightly more expensive
than amalgam, due to the
fact that it is somewhat
more labor intensive and
* the materials are more
expensive. Nevertheless,
most patients today opt
for composite for esthetic
reasons. This certainly
seems to be the direction
operative dentistry is go-
ing. Millions of dollars
each year are invested in
research related to mak-
ing composites stronger,
more beautiful, and lon-
ger lasting. Amalgam is
what it always has been
and probably always will
be: a utility dental mate-
rial with limited applica-
tion.


/.M.O.

4307 Third Avenue
Marianna, FL 32446
(850) 526-4220

www.drlarrycook.com
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A4 I Washington County News


Local


Saturday, February 21, 2009


Group's mission is to tell WWII vets about D.C. trip


JAY FELSBERG for a one-day free visit." Donations
Managing Editor are not even accepted from WW II
afelsberg@chipleypaper.com veterans, Rice said.'
"They have already given
CHIPLEY World War II veterans enough," he said.
are dying at a rate of about 1,200 a Top priority for arranging a flight
day, and the organizers of Emerald goes to terminally ill veterans who
Coast Honor Flight are working can still make the trip. A charter air-
hard to get the word out td take the plane takes the veterans and their
veterans to the WW II monument in guardians (who pay to accompany
the nation's capitol. the veterans) to Washington DC and
Tom Rice was on hand at the back in a one-day trip. Training ses-
Washington County Chamber of sions are available for guardians.
Commerce's monthly Third Thurs- "There is one guardian for about
day breakfast to talk about the pro- every three veterans," Rice said.
gram that offers WW II vets a free "Honor Flight is about honoring
trip to Washington DC to visit the the courage, the valor, and the sac-
monument and other attractions, rifices of the brave men and women
including Arlington National Cem- who served during World War .II,"
etery. said Miller. "I am extremely proud
The next flight is set for April 1, of our community for stepping up to
and another flight is scheduled for the plate again and showing our ap-
April 29 due to the generosity of sup- preciation for the Greatest Genera-
porters. tion."
US Rep. Jeff Miller is honorary Millerfelt that this was a program
chairman for ECHF in the First he wanted to bring home to the First
Congressional District. District of Florida and conceptually
"Emerald Coast Honor Flight is brought the idea to area community
a non-profit organization honoring leaders.
World War II veterans for their sac- "When these courageous men
rifices," Rice said. and women come to Washington
"We fly our heroes from Escam- this spring, they will be recognized
bia, Okaloosa, Santa Rosa, Walton, as the brave heroes that literally
Washington and Holmes counties saved the world," Miller said. "All


day long they will be thanked, recog-
nized and admired for their service.
They will all have a deeper appre-
ciation for how much their country
loves them."
The Honor Flight program was
conceived by Earl Morse, a physi-
cian assistant and retired Air Force.
captain, to honor veterans he has
taken care of for the past 27 years.
In May of 2004, the WWII Memo-
rial was completed and dedicated
in Washington, D.C. that quickly be-
came the topic of discussion among
his WWII Veteran patients.
Morse repeatedly heard from
these veterans that they would
like travel out to visit their memo-
rial. Honor Flight was born, and the
maiden first flight took to the air in
May of 2005.
To make a donation mail a check
to Emerald Coast Honor Flight, PO
Box 86, Pensacola, FL 32591-0086
and make checks payable to Rotary
Club Emerald Coast Honor Flight.
All donations are 100 percent tax de-
ductible.
To apply to go on an Honor Flight
or serve as a guardian use the forms
at www.emeraldcoasthonorflight.
com. E-mail is ECF@nyms.net.
Video coverage at chipleypaper.
com


JAY FELSBERG I The Washington County News
Tom Rice, left, does an oral history interview with
WWII vet and retired Washington County News
sports correspondent Merle Eastman. Eastman was
on the first Emerald Coast Honor Flight and urged
other veterans to participate if possible. The interview
was part of the veterans' oral history project for
Florida Educational Television done at the Panhandle
Area Educational Consortium in Chipley.


Two arrested


in Jackson County


GRAND RIDGE Inves-
tigators with the Jackson
County Drug Task Force
arrested Marcus D. Bell,
24, of Grand Ridge on
Tuesday, Feb. 17.
The arrest was. the
result of a traffic stop.
Bell was found to be
in possession of approxi-
mately six grams of Meth-
amphetamine and drug
paraphernalia.
He was also on Pretri-
al Intervention on charg-
es of aggravated assault
with a deadly weapon.
Bell is charged with
possession of the con-
trolled substance, meth-
amphetamine with intent
to distribute, possession
of drug parapherna-:
lia and with violation of
pretrial intervention and
attempted manufacture
of methamphetamine.
Also arrested was: Ju-
lie Marie Dalton, 22, of
Sneads. Dalton is charged
with fleeing and attempt-
ing to elude law enforce-
ment after failing to stop
.the vehicle she was driv-
ing.
Further investigation
of the vehicle on Wednes-
day, Feb. 18 revealed more
evidence.
In the passenger floor-
board where Bell was


seated a black bag was
found that contained a
bottle of a bi-layered liq-
uid that is suspected of
being meth oil.
Coffee filters, a funnel,
suspected red phospho-
rus, tin foil containing
suspected lithium shav-
ings, and several un-
known substances were
also found in the bag.
A second bag found
on the passenger side
floorboard contained
measuring spoons, sy-
ringes, unknown liquids,
suspected MSM, and
more suspected metham-
phetamine.
The content of these
two. bags is consistent
with the use and manu-
facture of methamphet-
amine.
The arrest is the result
of a combined effort be-
tween the Sneads Police
Department and Jackson
County Sheriff's Office.
The' Jackson County
Drug Task Force is a
multi-jurisdictional task
force that is a combined
effort of the Graceville,
Cottondale, and Marian-
na Police Departments,
Florida Department. of
Law Enforcement and the
Jackson County Sheriff's
Office.


Representative Marti Coley meets with the students during their mock session at the House of Representatives.
Pictured from left, Santana Majors, Allie Pilcher, Baylen Price, Ariel Kemp, Zac Smith, Coley, Remington
Wade, Shannah Bober of Vernon, Cody Wade, Laurel Manor and Candance Griffin.



Charged up for youth tour


Gulf Coast Electric hosts contest;sponsors students on Tallahassee trip


.WEWAHITCHKA Gulf
Coast Electric Coopera-
tive recently held its annu-
al Washington, D. C. Youth
Tour Contest at the Hon-
eyville Community Center
in Wewahitchka.
Each year, the Co-
operative sponsors the
contest for high school
juniors whose parents or
guardians are members
of Gulf Coast Electric. A
panel of three judges from
the electric cooperative
industry interviews con-
testants, and two winners
are chosen to travel on an
all-expenses-paid trip to
Washington, D. C. in June,
where they join other elev-
enth-grade students from
all over the United States
to tour our nation's capitol.
This year's contestants


were: Shannah Bober,
representing Vernon High
School; Candance Griffin,
representing the Kinard
Volunteer Fire Depart-
ment; Ariel Kemp, repre-
senting the Scotts Ferry
Volunteer Fire Depart-
ment; Santana Majors,
representing Wewahi-
tchka High School; Lau-
rel Manor, representing
the Wewahitchka Ambu-
lance Service; Dani New-
some, representing Port
St. Joe High School; Cody
Paquette, representing
Blountstown High School;
Allie Pilcher, representing
A. Crawford Mosley High
School; Baylen Price, rep-
resenting the Wetappo
Creek Volunteer Fire
Department; Zac Smith,
representing the Wewa-


hitchka Woman's Club;'
Cody Wade, representing
Wewahitchka Search and
Rescue; and Remington
Wade, representing the
Wewahitchka Volunteer.
Fire Department.
This year's winners
are Ariel Kemp and Zac
Smith. Alternate is Allie
Pilcher.
In addition to the Wash-
ington, D. C. trip, Gulf
Coast Electric takes all of
the students nominated to
compete in the contest on
a two-day trip to Tallahas-
see. There they tour vari-
ous sites in Tallahassee
with other eleventh-grade
participants represent-
ing electric cooperatives
across the state.
Students representing
the Cooperative in Talla-


hassee included: Shannah
Bober, Candance Griffin,
Ariel Kemp, Santana Ma-
jors, Laurel Manor, Allie
Pilcher, Baylen Price, Zac
Smith, Cody Wade and
Remington Wade. Gulf
Coast Electric employ-
ees Chris Davis, Kristin
Douglas, Becky Kent and
Keith Pridgeon served as
chaperones for the trip.
While in Tallahassee,
the students toured the
Governor's Mansion, then
viewed the "Our Body:
The Universe Within" ex-
hibit at The Mary Brogan
Museum of Art and Sci-
ence. They also participat-
ed in a mock session at the
House of Representatives.
The trip concluded with a
mock hearing in the Flor-
ida Supreme Court.


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The Roulhac Middle School Lady Tiger Softball Team traveled to Grand Ridge on Saturday to play in the
Ducky Johnson Memorial PreSeason Softball Tournament. The Lady Tigers suffered a defeat to Marianna, but
went on to beat Port St. Joe. The girls brought home the third-place trophy.






Saturday, February 21, 2009


Local


Washington County News I A5


Al I H NELSON from page Al


Mentors listen to instructor Tricia Shelden, top left, at a mentor-training program.


Making the grade



TSIC trains mentors to support scholarship students


"That money is going
directly into the school
districts and completely
bypassing the Florida De-
partment of Education and
can be used as the district
sees fit."
This, explained Nelson,
was to give those who know
what needs to be done
most the ability to choose
how the money is used.
"If it is needed to save
the jobs of teachers, by all
means, save your teach-
ers," he said.
The money is set up in a
system called the Federal
Allocation Program that
will determine how the
money is divvied up.
He also said there was a
project underway to "mod-
ernize" schools, bringing
they all up to current pace
from classrooms to labo-
ratories to libraries; there
are 495 in Florida accord-
ing to Nelson.
As for those with low in-
come, the package is there


to get them to spend more
money.
"Every tax payer, even
if they don't have federal
tax taken out, will get the
stimulus," he said. "Even
every social security re-
cipient will receive it."
He encouraged every
one to spend their money
to get the economy back on
its feet.
."Spend, we need to
make sure that the econ-
omy pump gets primed, if
we can," he said. "And if we
have the money, we should
go out and spend it."
It was no longer a do-
mestic affair, he explained,
it was now global, since it is
America that is the world's
economic leader.
"We're in a state of
emergency and we've got
to do something," he said.
"We don't know if this will
work but we hope it will."
Video coverage at chi-
pleypaper.com


CHIPLEY Take Stock In Chil-
dren (TSIC) conducted a mentor-
training program on Feb. 10 for 22 of
the adult mentors who support the
scholarship students in Vernon and
Chipley high schools and Rouhlac
middle school.
In total, there are 68 active TSIC
scholarship students in Washington
County schools in grades 7 thru 12,
and seven students graduated from
high school in 2008 to pursue further
education with their scholarships.
Additional mentor training
sessions will be scheduled in the
months ahead.
Mentors participating in the
training were: Rick Davis, Thelma
Farmer, Bebe Ellis, Josephine
Floyd, Gary Hartman, Gerald Havi-
land, Laura Joiner, Fred Lavender,
Jeanne Lavender, Frances Lee,
Linda Little, Jerry May, Karen Nor-
ris, Tonya Pippin, Ellawease Potter,
Charlotte Sapp, Sandy Solger, David'
Solger, Judy Solger, Tracy Sullivan,
Calvin Tanner, and Chuck Yates.
Tricia Sheldon, Florida TSIC
program director, conducted the
training with assistance from David
Solger, the Washington County pro-
gram. director, and Laura Joiner,
secretary of the Washington.County
Scholarship Foundation, Inc.
Training was for both experi-
enced and new volunteer mentors.


All mentor meetings
are on school property,
during regular
school hours, and
coordinated with the
school staff and
teachers.

Each mentor meets with his or her
scholarship student a minimum of
three times per month for about 30
minutes.
All mentor meetings are on
school property, during regular
schoolhours, and coordinated with
the school staff and teachers.
The role of the mentor is to be
supportive of the student's efforts
to meet the scholarship standards
of maintaining a C or above grade
average, staying off drugs and al-
cohol, being involved in school and
community activities, and being a
contributing member of the com-
munity.
Mentors can be described as
role models, caring, non-judgmen-
tal of the student, a good listener,
committed to the student's success,
encouraging, and honest in all deal-


ings with the student.
To obtain the TSIC scholarship,
a student must be in grades 6 12,
sign a contract to meet the stan-
dards during the remaining school
years until high school graduation,
and have family support; the par-
ents/guardians also sign a contract
to support their student. Family in-
comes must be below a certain level
based upon the number of children
in the family.
Scholarships are funded through
local donations and a matching fund
by the state TSIC program, and are
placed in the Florida Prepaid Col-
lege Plans account until the student
is qualified to draw on funds for up
to 120 credit hours of secondary
education.
Currently, the Washington Coun-
ty program has a need for volun-
teers as mentors and to serve on all
three primary committees (Lead-
ership Council, Mentor Commit-
tee, Student Advocate Committee).
Also, the selection process will be
underway in the next few months
for students to be awarded scholar-
ships during this school year.
For more information, contact
David Solger at 638-1276, to make a
donation, contact Rey Gustason at
638-5663, or visit the state program
Website at www.takestockihchil-
dren.com.


'Backyard Vegetables' kicks off series


MARIANNA Due to the recent in-
crease in homeowner questions re-
garding growing their own food, the
Jackson County Extension Service
and Master Gardeners have put to-
gether a new series of educational
programs.
These programs are directed
at providing area residents basic
knowledge about "growing their
own food."
Although geared toward the ho-
meowner, the programs should be
comprehensive enough to provide
something new for almost anyone.
The first in this series is entitled,
"Backyard Vegetables".
This will be a four-part program
starting Saturday Feb. 28 from 9
a.m. to 2 p.m, and each of the follow-


ing three Tuesday evenings from 6-8
p.m., ending March 17.
The Saturday class will cover
things you need to know before you
start such as selecting an appropri-
ate garden site, determining size,
type and different methods of bed
preparation.
,A soil scientist from the Univer-
sity of Florida will give a talk on
Panhandle soils, pH, fertilizers and
other nutrients.
For the second class, a profes-
sor of botany from Florida A&M
will cover Right Plant/Right Place,
crop rotation, and plant families.
Followed by a class covering differ-
ent methods of starting the garden
such as seeds v/s sets, determining
the harvest needs and plant growth


requirements.
The last session will cover gar-
den maintenance, mulching, herbi-
cides, pesticides, insecticides, dis-
eases and.off-season care.
The cost of the 4-part program is
$40 which includes lunch on Satur-
day, a garden soil sample and analy-
sis, the book, "Vegetable Gardening
in Florida" and copies of various
IFAS publications.
For those sharing books and soil
sample, the cost is $20.
Your prepaid registration should
be made by Friday, Feb. 27.
For additional information or reg-
istration, call the Jackson County
Extension Service at 482-9620, and
visit the office at 2741 Pennsylvania
Avenue, No. 3, Marianna.


GANGS from page Al


only getting worse accord-
ing to the federal govern-
ment. The Federal Bureau
of Investigation recently
reported that gangs could
be behind about 80 per-
cent of crime in the United
States, as reported by USA
Today. The report states
that gangs generally follow
the migration path of im-
migrant laborers.
Gangs are from every
ethnic group and like the
Mafia, have developed
organized criminal enter-
prises throughout the na-
tion. "They are the new
/ organized crime," Moffett
said.
"They are organized
from top to bottom. They
are smarter and wiser, and
more organized and devel-
oped."
There is even strong ev-
idence that gang members
have joined the military to
take advantage of training
and to develop organiza-
tional skills. Prisons are a
long-time place for gangs
to learn about organization
and develop operational
skills.
Gangs can be part of
"folk" or "people" nations,
could be non-traditional
and could be a "hybrid"
of different ethnic groups.
Celebrities are also mem-
bers of gangs including
hip-hop artists.
Enforcement and sup-
pression activities must
be ongoing, Moffett said.
Florida State Statute 874
Street Terrorism Enforce-
ment and Prevention pro-
vides a definition of gangs,
describes street activity
and enhanced penalties,
and penalties for causing,
encouraging and recruit-
ing of members.
The statute also pro-
vides civil causes of action,
use of the federal Rack-
eteer Influenced and Cor-


rupt Organizations Act of
1970 to seize profits and
proceeds of criminal street
gangs and collect crime
data information.
Enforcement includes
gathering intelligence, in-
cluding recognizing gang
colors and tattoos. "These
are means of communica-
tions," Moffett said. Gang
symbols and graffiti in
public places are signs of
gang activity, but they are
also used to get the word
out to gang members and
rival gangs.
Schools are considered
excellent places for gang
recruitment because of
their concentrations of
young people.
Telltale signs of gang ac-
tivity are graffiti on books,
notebooks or clothing;
wearing of gang colors and
jewelry; use of hand signs;
photos of gang members,
slogans insignia or activi-
ties; and gang tattoos, even
drawn in pen and ink.
Parents should also look
for this sort of activity.
Parents can help in
many ways, according to
http://www.gangwar.com/
Impress upon your
child the importance of
school and good grades.
Spend quality time
with your children.
Get involved in your
child's school activities.
Establish rules, set
limits. and be consistent,
firm and fair in punish-
ment.
Encourage good
study habits.
Respect your child's
feelings and attitudes and
help them develop self-es-
teem.
Watch closely for nega-
tive influences.
For more information
go to the Florida Gang In-
vestigators Association
webpage at www.fgia.com.


NOTICE
WASHINGTON COUNTY
SENIOR CITIZENS
ADDITIONAL HOMESTEAD
EXEMPTION
You may qualify for an additional
Homestead Exemption for the portion of
your tax bill associated with the Board of
County Commissioners.
* Property owner must be 65 or older.
* Total adjusted household income must
be $25,873 or less. Income statement
must be filed annually.
* Must apply before March 1.
* Must qualify for, or currently be
receiving Homestead Exemption.
For additional information contact
your Property Appraiser's office.
Gil Carter, CFA
Washington County
Property Appraiser


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SAID DEFENDANTSS, IF PERSONS CLAIMING BY, FL 32402"on or before TIMOTHY H. WELLS, Post for an amount not less
REMARRIED, AND IF DE- THROUGH, UNDER OR March 21, 2009 or 30days Office Box 155, Bonifay, than five percent (5%) of
CEASED, THE RESPEC- AGAINST THE NAMED from the first publication Florida, 32425, attorney for the amount of the bid shall
w TIVE UNKNOWN HEIRS, DEFENDANT(S); D & M date and file the original Plaintiff. be filed with the proposal,
DEVISEES, GRANTEES, CORPORATION OF PAN- with the Clerk of this Court K. McDaniel the Bidders Bond being
AN E ASSIGNEES, CREDITORS, AMA CITY BEACH ; before service on the Court Clerk prepared on the forms
1100- Legal Advertising LIENORS, AND TRUS- WHETHER DISSOLVED Plaintiffs' attorney or im- As published in'the Wash- specified and signed by a
1110 Classified Notices TEES, AND ALL OTHER OR PRESENTLY EXIST- mediately thereafter; other- ington County News Feb- Bonding Company author-
1120- Public Notices/ PERSONS CLAIMING BY, ING, TOGETHER WITH wise a default will be en- ruary 14, 21, 2009. ized to do business In the
Announcements THROUGH, UNDER OR ANY GRANTEES, ASSIGN- tered against you for the SECTION 00020 State of Florida.
1130 -Adoptions AGAINST THE NAMED EES, CREDITORS, relief demanded in the ADVERTISEMENT FOR As published in the Wash-
1140 rapyn Ads DEFENDANT(S); UN- LIENORS, OR TRUSTEES Complaint. BIDS ington County News Feb-
1160 Lost KNOWN TENANT #1; OF SAID DEFENDANT(S) In accordance with the ruary 14, 21,2009.
1170- Found UNKNOWN TENANT.#2; AND ALL OTHER PER- Americans with DisabilitiesSeparatesealed bids for
i Defendant(s)SONS CLAIMING BY, Act of 1990 (ADA) disabled
THROUGH, UNDER, OR persons who because of the construction of NEW AL
NOTICE OF SALE AGAINST DEFENDANTSS; their disabilities need spe- F WALK-111
1 Notice is hereby given UNKNOWN TENANT #; cial accommodation to PHASING TRAILS, PALS PARK 1 For Rent first in Chipley,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT that, pursuant to a Final. UNKNOWN TENANT #2; participate in this proceed.- ES I IV, AND V will SELLS C&C Bookkeeping and J&J Carpentry & 'Mini Warehouses. If you
OF THE 14TH JUDICIAL Summary Judgment of Defendaht(s) ing should contact the be received by the CITY LORSELL Tax Service. Open 5 days Handyman Services. don't have the room, "We
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR Foreclosure entered in the Court Administration at OF CHIPLEY, FLORIDA In Get Your Classilfled Ad a week. amrn to 5pm. Call Decks, porches, mobile Do" Lamar Townsend
WASHINGTON COUNTY above-styled cause, in the NOTICE OF SALE 1293 Jackson Ave, Suite the COUNCIL ROOM OF I In (850)638-1483 home repairs, interior trim. (850)638-4539, north of
FLORIDA Circuit Court of Washing- Notice is hereby given 100, PO Box 647, Chipley, CITY HALL, 144JACK- I COOR I Call 850-896-8119 or Townsends.
GENERAL JURISDICTION ton County, Florida, I will that, pursuant to a Final FL 32428-0647 telephone SON AVENUE, CHIPLEY, Call now for details Ekah6 Tax Service. 638-8899
DIVISION sell the property situate In Summary Judgment of (850) 638-6285 no later FLORIDA 32428 until 2:00 and be noticed! 21 Years experience. Ask for6James or John. Mini Storage in Chipley.
Case No. 67-08-CA-397 Washington County, Flor- Foreclosure entered in the than 7 days prior to the PM. local time on MARCH 638-0212 I Ask about $25 coupon. All sizes for rent. We
ida, described as: above-styled cause, in the proceeding. 17,2009 and then publicly or 3029 Main Street, furnish the lock.
COUNTRYWIDE HOME COMMENCING AT THE Circuit Court of Washing- As published in the Wash- opened and read aloud. 47-9414 Vernon, 535-5000. (850)326-2399
LOANS, INC., SOUTHWEST CORNER ton County, Florida, I will Ington County News Feb- Remember, "f your not
Plaintiff, OF SECTION 25, TOWN- sell the property situate in ruary 21, 28, March 7, 14, A MANDATORY PRE-BID m using Ekahi, you are .i
vs. SHIP 1 NORTH, RANGE Washington County, Flor- 2009. CONFERENCE is sched- / paying too muchIl"
TAMI L. BURKHEAD, t al., 13 WEST, WASHINGTON ida, described as: Iuled for 10:00 A.M. local k\A
TAMIefendURKHEAD, et, 13 EST, WASH ON idaCmd te North- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, time on March 3, 2009. Carpentry, pressure wash- Tractor Work. Bush hog,
THENCE NORTH 01 D east comer ofnce Secat the North- FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL The conference will be ing, lawn care, patio & win- boxed blade & disk for
NOTICE OF FORECLO- GREES 36'45" EAST, Township 1 North, Range CRCUT OF THE STATE held at the project site: Old dow re-screening, great gardenWill tear house
SURE SALE ALONG THE WESTERLY 13 West, Washington F FLORIDA,INAND FOR. Northwest Florida Camp- rates. (850)638-4492 trailers down & haul scrap
NOTICE IS HEREBY BOUNDARY OF THE County, Florida; thence WASHINGTON COUNTY ground, @ 677 Griffin metal & tin away. $25 per
SIUE pSAL ALtOUNG THE WESTERL ety, Wiasthgne OCASE NO:I67-09-CA-021,N ANDdFRnsheaFlorida.Ca P-a.5 89ti
GIVEN pursuant to a Sum- SOUTHWEST 1/4 OF SAID South 0048'45" West, CASE NO: 67-09-CA-021 Road, Chipley, Florida. & NIHeadliners and Vinyl hour, minimum 4 hours.
mary Final Judgment of SECTION 25, A DISTANCE along the East line of said PLEASANT HILL FREEYou must attend this - Tops Mobile Unit I do the 638-1281.
Foreclosure Including OF 1392.44 FEET TO A Section 36, 667.86 feet to LBASANT HILL R pre-bid conference to be 2100- Pets work at your home or LW/A
Award of Attorney's Fees LINE 66.00 FEET NORTH the Point of Beginning; WILL BAPTIST CHURCH allowed to submit a bid. 2110-Peos Freeto workplace.Reasonable W
and Costs dated February OF AND PARALLEL WITH thence continue South INC., No plans or bidding docu- 2120- Pet Supoe rates on new vinyl tops
erHaEOF O WTHERY 0aongtiu e P-Peoto HSupplies aratonneting
3, 2009, entered in Case THE SOUTHERLY 0048'45" West, along the iffments will be issued after 2130 Farm Animals/ an auto carpeting. ree Light Truck/Tractor Work
No. 67-08-CA-397 of the BOUNDARY OF THE said East line of SectionARoVS BUCH a/k/a the pre-bid conference. Supplies estimates. Call anytime, Top Soil, Mushroom Corn- HOLMES UNLIMITED
Circuit Court of the 14TH SOUTH 1/2 OF THE 36, 210.00 feet; thence de- ARON BURCH 2140 Pits/Livestock leave message. (850) post, Rock, Sand and Cy- TREE SERVICE
Judicial Circuit in and for NORTHWEST 1/4 OF THE part said East line of Sec- ARL WALSINGHAM an Drawings and specifica- aned 638-7351 press Mulch. Pick up or Treats Trees, Trimming,
Washigton County, Flor- SOUTHWEST1/4 OF SAID tion 36, North 8909'11" THE UNKNOWN BOARD tions may be examined at delivered Call: 773-3349 or Stump Grinding. No One
ida wherein COUNTRY- SECTION 25; THENCE West, 1037 feet; thence OF TRUSTEES Polyengineering, Inc., 850-570-3776. Can Beat Our Prices.
WIDE HOME LOANS, INC. SOUTH 88 DEGREES North 00048'45" East, NORTHWEST FLORIDA (Engineer) located at 935 Licensed & Insured.
is the Plaintiff and TAMI L. 41'10" EAST, ALONG SAID 210.00 feet; thence South FREEWILL BAPTIST Headland Avenue, Dothan, Free estimates.
BURKHEAD; GARY H. PARALLEL LINE, A DIS- 89-09'11" East,'1037.00 YOUTH CAMP AT PLEAS Alabama 36303 AND The 2 Miniature Horses for Sod For Sale on the farm, John Holmes,
BURKHEAD and CUR- TANCE OF 1110.68 FEET feet to the Point ofBegin- ANTHILL, City of Chipley, 1442 Jack- sale. 5 years old & 2 years CALINA'S delivered or installed. Cen- 850-326-5351
RENT RESIDENT is/are TO THE POINT OF BEGIN- ning. en dant, son Avenue, Chipley, Flor- old. Fat .& friendly. ,$700, tipede and 419 Bermuda. 850-428-9264.
Defendants, I will sell to. NING. FROM SAID POINT To include a: Defendants. ida 32428. Copies may be OBO. 535-9672. Welcomes West Florida Turf
the highest and best bid- OF BEGINNING, THENCE 1999 Regency VIN NOTICE OF ACTION obtained from Linda Nye (850)415-0385;
der for cash, at Front of NORTH 01 DEGREES N17856A 89907723 TO: The Unknown Board Polyengineering, Inc., R P .Li a (850)638-4860. Estab- O
the Courthouse steps in 30'03" EAST, A DISTANCE 1999 Regency VIN of Trusteesof Northwest 0. Box 837, Dothan, Ala- :'w lU '' Linda comes from the Mar- lashed 1980
the City of Chipley, Florida OF 596.88 FEET TO THE N17856B 89907783 Florida Freewill Baptist bamar, 36302, upon pay- 2130 I anna SmartStyle Salon B&M Mower Repair &
at 11:00 o'clock A.M., on NORTHERLY BOUNDARY A/K/A Youth Camp at Pleasant ment of one hundred fifty She would like her old cu Sod you Service. Quality work at a
11:00AM, the 13 day of OF SAID SOUTH 1/2 OF 4360 Singer Rd Hill dollars ($150.00) for each Hay for Sale tomers to visit her at Sod Sod Sod Quality you fair price. Pickup & Deliv-
April, 2009, the following THE NORTHWEST 1/4 OF Youngstown, FL 32466 Last known Residence Ad- set. Any unsuccessful bid- Titori 9,fertilized4x5 rolls, Calina's. 838 5th St in can depend on. Irrigated, ery Available. Bill or Mary
described property, as set THE SOUTHWEST 1/4; at public sale, to the high- dress: Unknown der. or any non-bidder $35.00 each, Chipley 638-1271. weed & pest controlled. (850)638-4492
forth in said Summary Fi- THENCE SOUTH 88 DE- est and best bidder, for YOUARE HEREBY.NOTI- upon returning such set in 1334-726-2706 p Centipede and St. Augus- Sewing Machine.and Vac
nal Judgment of Foreclo- GREES 40'07" EAST, cash, on the front steps of D that a action to god condition within tn 1-334-726-3695tine. Delivery andinstall- uumCleane ar-
sure Including Award of At- ALONG SAID NORTHERLY the Washington County quiet title the following (10) days after Bid Open- 1850-956-2240 ton available. 8 miles SW uum leane r repair, guon all
torneys' Fees and Cost, BOUNDARY A DISTANCE Courthouse, Highway 90, ri rty ing be refunof Chipley for easy cus- anon
to-wit: OF147.00 FEET; THENCE Chipley, Florida at at 1:00 de cribedpropertyinWato ing will be Dollars r ouefundedr s tomer hauling. Call any- makes and models. Free
Commence at the SE cor- SOUTH 01 DEGREES o'clock, A.M. Central Commence at the North- ($75.00). on your Farm. No commis- (850) 63B-1202; 326-1500 216 N. Waukesha, onfay.
nor of the SE of SE of 30'03" WEST A DISTANCE Standard Time, on March east Corner of the North- siondeduction.Freehaul- 547-3910
Section 3, running thence OF 596.83 FEET TO SAID 23,2009. 5DAYOFeast Quarter of the North- A Bid Security payable to ing. STAN PORTER
211 .4 W a distance of LINE- 6.00 FEET NORTH DATED THIS 5 DAY OF east Quarter of Section 3, the City of Chipley, Florida FARMS, 850-326-6176.
ginning; thence continue S .THE SOUTHERLY Any person claiming an in- Township 3 North, Range, .
8857' W, along the North- BOUNDARY OF THE terest In the surplus from Beginning, thence run .
early line of a 36 foot dirt SOUTH 1/2 OF THE, the sale, if any, other than South 675 feet, thence run
road a distance of 150.00 NORTHWEST 1/4 OF THE the property owner as of South 675 feet, thence run
feet; thence N 0103'W a SOUTHWEST 1/4 OF SAID the date of the lis pend- Nort300h6 feet, thence run
distance of 300.00 feet; SECTION 25; THENCE ens, must file a claim EaNorth 675 feetto thence Poirun
thence N 88057' Ea dis- NORTH 88 DEGREES within 60 days after the of Beginning.etto th Po
tance of 150.00 feet; 41'10" WEST, ALONG sale.h boon filed against you
tance of 300.00 feet to the DISTANCE OF 147.00 of this court on the 5 day nd you are required toN
Point of Beginning. Said FEET TO THE POINT OF of Feb., 2009. serve a copy of your writ-
property lying-In SE1/4 of BEGINNING. CLERK OF CIRCUIT ten Jack G.defenses, ilif anyms, Atto itr-
SE %1/4, Section 3 Township To include a: COURT on Jack G. Williams, Attor-
3 North, Range 15 West, 2005 Nobility Homes, Inc. By K. McDaniel ney at Law, Plaintiffs attor-
Washington County, Flor- VIN N812076A 97233871 Deputy Clerk st whose address PS O Uis
ida. And also: Commenc- 2005 Nobility Homes, Inc. THIS INSTRUMENT PRE- City, FL32402-2176, on or
ing at the SE comer of the VIN N812076B 97233909 PARED BY: Cbefore the 16 day o
SE % of the SE 1/4 of Sec- A/K/A Law Offices of Daniel C. before the 16 day of
tion 3, thence running S 748D Greyhound Lane C o n s u e g r a originalch, with the Clerk of
8857' W a distance of Youngstown, FL 32466 9204 King Palm Drive this Court, either before
361.40 feet to Point of Be- at public sale, to the high- Tampa, FL 33619-1328 service on the Plaintiff's at-
ginning; thence continue S est and best bidder, for Phone: 813-915-8660 torney or immediately
88057' W along Northerly cash, on the front steps of Attorneys for Plaintiff thereafter; otherwise a -
line of a 36 foot dirt road a the Washington County thereafter otherwise a d
distance of 135 feet; Courthouse, Highway 90, In accordance with the aul il be enterede Get to know
thence oN o3 W a t dis- Chipley, Florida at at 11:00 American with Disabilities demanded in the Corn- .e > Breaking News Alerts
tance of 379 feet; thence N o'clock, A.M. Central Act of 1990, persons need- plaint. C-', te m -o W..-L v rakn aed- hr ut
8857'E a distance of 285 Standard Time, on March ing a special accommo- WTNESS m hand and of- Live and updated throughout
feet; thence. S 01003'E a 23, 2009. nation to participate in this iceal of this Court onns
distance of 79 feet; thence DATED THIS 5 DAY OF proceeding should contact this 6 day of February, the day.
S 88*57' W a distance of Feb., 2009. the ASA Coordinator no t 6 day of Fe9ruary
150 feet; thence S 0103' a Any person claiming an in- later than seven (7) days Clerk of Circuit Court
distance of 300 feet to the teret in the surplus from prior to the proceedings BY: Crk oMcDanircuit Cou...rt > New & Improved Classifieds
Point of Beginning, said the sale, if any, other than If hearing impaired, please -B -- 9 Research deals b d sell
property lying and being in the property owner as of call (800) 955-9771 (TDD) De puty Cler search ea s, ouy an sel
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3, Township 3 North, ens, must file a claim via Florida Relay Service. gt ty 14, 21, 28, March 7.. ,
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8 Saturday, February 21, 2009 0 Washington County News



apped by Alcohol? r Purchase your junk cars, General Chipley 2BR, 1BA house, 2 Singlewides; 3BR/2BA,
tru cu 34 Nort -apped by Alcohol? trucks and scrap metal. Ihd includes CH&A, Washer/ set-up included. $16,900 &
B&BFurniture1342 Noh IFor Medical treatment of Free pick-up. Administrative Golden Flake Snack dryer, water, sewer, gar- $15,900. Call Brad @
RR Avenue, Chipley. We Alcohol usage 850-326-6176. Foods hng or route I bage, security system No 850-763-7780.
pay cash for cean quality and abuse W a n t e d sales position in Chipley pets $600 month $300
MERCHANDISE e 850557-0211 or Call.850-638-4555 I r -- *'-I Secretary/Receptionist, area. If interested please dep 814-2625 426 2nd St., Chipley
3100-Antiques Pasco850-415-68Caro66.n foronceamonth Farm land or pasture in I Medical billing preferred send resume to 6100-Business/ 2/3BR, 2BA ,like brand
3110 App es Pasco or Carolyn treatment. Farman or pasuren needed for Doctor's. office. jstuckey@goldenfake.com commercial Publisher's new, beautiful lot w/pond.
3110 -Appliances 1theChpley,VSalary competitive 611-Apartments
3120 -Ars & Crafs Graceil o Bona Salarycompetitive. Call or fax 1-334298-1582. 612 -each Rentals Notice 1200 sq. ft. 3 acres. Only
3130- BAubyionems area 5474771 or apply at 812 6130 Condoownhouse 45 mins. to Panama City
3150-Building Supplies Call 850-718-1859. I Weeks St. Bonifay Installation/Maint/Repair 6140 House Rentals All real estate advertising in Beach. Owner may finance
3160- Business Furniture & Mattresses w --- a is6150a- Roommate Wanted this newspaper is subject to or give cash back.
Equipment Low, low, low overhead 1 3300 | 6160 Rooms for Rent the Fair Housing Act which $139,900. OBO. Lowered
3170 Collectibles guarantees low, low, low Wanted: Junk appll- Mechanics 6170 Mobile Home/Lot makes it illegal to advertise 50K. (314) 346-3303.
3180 -Computers prices. P&S Discount Fur- CALINA'S ances, lawn, golf carts, Trawick. Construction 6180 Out-of-TownReals "anytareference, limitation or
3190- Electronics niture, Chipley. (Since farm and garden equip- Co., Inc. is now Hiring 6190 Timeshacatre Rentals discrimination based on New Home in Chile
3200 FirePawood 1973) 850-638-4311 8385th St. 638-1271 ment, for free. I will pick ehcare Mechanics. www. 2 0 race, color, religion, asex,
3220 Furniture up. Call 850-547-0088 or trawickconstruction.com S handicap, familial status or with additional 50x150 lot.
3230- Garage/Yard Sales Senior Citizen Special 850-326-5329 GENTIVA 1555 SouthBlvd, national origin, or an inten- 100% financing and get a
3240 Guns $5.00 off Perms/ColorsCton, to make any such pref- $15,000 cash tax credit.
3250 Good Things to Eat /coupon. Wanted: old satellite Phone: 850-638-0429 6100 erence, limitation or dis Price $105,000.
3280 eet Fitn $3.00 off Cuts dishes and related elecs- Thehomere web id 34024864 Executive Office Space crimination" Familial status 850-535-0711 or
3260 -J eae th I$20ofS es forfree, wilpikindustry for rent downtown Chipley. includes children under the 850-258-6018.
3280 Machinery/ $2.00 off Sets tronics, for free, will pick is revolutionizing 638-1918. age of 18 living with parents
Equipment | 3230 up. Call 850-547-0088 healthcare in America. Medical/Health or legal custodians, preg-
3290 Medical Equipment CALINA'S And Gentiva, an nant women and people se-
3300 Miscellaneous _, ,- Office space for lease, curing custody of children S
3310 Musical Instruments COME ONE COME ALLI! industry leader for more Advanced 1240 S Blvd (Corner of under 18. i 7120 I
3320 Plants & Shrubs/ Community yard sale at Portia Rudd Special 1 than 35 years, is leading Renistered Nurse S Blvd/7th St), Chipley,
Supplies the Possum Palace in 838 5th St., 638-1271 F 3310 that revolution with $5i0m u, C s f 3 This newspaper will not Business for Sale. Curves
3330 Restaurant/ Hotel Wh exceptional clinical Practitioner $750/mo, 1000 sq ft., 3 This newspaper will not Business for Sale. Curves
3330- Restaurant/Hotel Wausau. February 28th LESSONS AVAILABLE exceptional clinical Practitioner offices, 1 reception, 1 knowingly accept any adver- for Woman. Out of town
330 tickets (Buy & ll) 2009 from 7:00am-3:00pm. Shamoo/Style, $10.00 Limited space. Pian Gui care, innovative The Departmepa t of Health, bah, kitchen, parking ing for real estate which is owner. Motivated to sell fit-
R shine, we are un- $3.00 off Cuts tBass Drums, Bano, solutions and Holmes County Health lot, hardwood firs', in violation of the law. Our ness franchise with work-
der shelter and bathrooms $10.00 off Perms nta s F uncompromising Dept. has opening for full 407-616-6890 readers areherebin out equipment & office
available. Appliance, Jew- $7.00 off Color Mandolin, Violin, Flute. service. Gentiva offers a time Advanced Registered in that all dwellings adver are availa supplies. 100 + members.
l ry, clothing, antiques and Open late-All day Open Mon-Sat. unique employment Nurse Practitioner. Annual in this newspaper are avail supplies. 100 + members.
miselry, clothing, aneo tiques and Open items. Sature-Al day Covington Music. package for physical Salary range $.33 ,377.44- Office Space for rent in ble on a equal opportunity $15,000. Serious inquires.
3100 miscellaneous items. Saturday Downtown Chipley. therapists and nurses $91 076.44 This pa- DUnn Building, 3 private basis. To complain of dis- 850-377-9845. Email;
Please join us and find 850638050 therapist and urses $91,076.44 This occupa- offices, carpet, heat/air crimination call HUD toll-free galaga23@hotmail.com.
Wanted To Buy antiques, yourself a great bargain!. For Sale: Fish to stocking 850-638-5050. thatincludes tion requires licensure as offices, carpet, heat/air, at 1-800669-9777. The
collectibles, gold, silver, r or lke cocomprehensive benefits, Advanced Registered 2nd floor, privacy. toll$350 free number or-800-9-9777. the hear
dinnerware, collections, your pond or lake copcareer advancement Nurse Practitioner. Please Call Dutch 850-579-2821. ing impaired Is
Paintings, call A Schmidt pernose, bc eill, opportunities and apply on-line at: 1-800-927-9275.
850-638-7304 ESTATE SALE. fish, mosquito fish an 3320 unprecedented https://jobs. myflorida.com | 7150 |
Inside/outside furniture, grass carp (850)547-2215 Leola Brock Nurserles Refer to requisition num- *110'x25' Campsites for
Appliances, too many to LLC Plants, trees and ar #6Current 404879- 6110e 1.. family fun and get-away! 5
appliancesmto ny to LL sn t WCurrent Openings 51366156-20090216155512.4 BEST RATES IN BONI- WM' boat landings into Choc-
9list. For sale/rent/lease shrubs. Landscape design, Washington/Holmes Only State of FSoridaT- RA I N t boat endings into Choc-
BR 1,850 sft landscape contracting, rri- county, fFAY 1 tahachee River or Holmes
3BR/3130 2Bhome on 9.73 acres with 2 BUILDINGS gation systems. 1788racting, plications will be accepted 602S. Weeks St. Several Homes for rent, Creek within 5 minutes of
onds. Cal for more adonay, FL Certified Nurs no resumes, please. Date Efficiency, 1/bdrm and Bonifay, Esto area. this secluded location.
ponds. Cai for morent 4 Only 25x36, 30x48 White Road, oniay, FL Certified Nursing closes 03/03/2009. 2/bdrm, $350 850-547-9291 $4,000 w/ez owner financ-
Auction, e. 850-326-0461.formation/appointment to 40x54,45x74, County) (850)638Washington Assstant EO/AAVP Employer $470/month City utiI. & ng ($400 down and
Saturd br see 85850638-1202; ReadyforthebesWeb Id # 34027240 pest control- -in. New $200/month OR $3,000
21st, 8:00 am., Hwy. Will Sellfor Balance 326-1500 Readyforthe best?OCash).
231 N. Campbelton, FL. Owed/Free Deliveryl Call 1-866-Gentiva Owners, newly remodeled SUGARSAND WA-
Sellg 2 local farm s-on FL. 18 115869x34ve Or visit careers at Call: (850)557-7732 Room for Rent In house. TERFRONT campsites for
states, 2 farm disperals, \ Emnta | 4130 1BR Apartment in $300 month. All utilities family fun and get-away
county and city surplus, Chipley. Good location. paid. Close to Wal Mart. Twin Lakes of the Semi-
local construction con- l 3250 TRACYS SALON Danyellhowell@genti- Other No pets. 638-4640. 326-6620 after 1:00pm. nole Plantation Plat in
tractor, bank repos,'plus F va.com Crystal Village. $8,500
consignments Opening Feb 2nd Mystery Shoppers, get 2BR/11/2BA two-story Apt w/ez owner financing
Mason Auction & Sales Book your Spring Vegeta- Hinsons Crossroad. Cpme home to Gentiva. paid to shop Retl/inng for rent. No pets. 638-1918 ($0 own an
LLC#642 bles for the freezer now! 535-4246. America's home establishments need un or 850-258-5521.6170 $300/month OR $6,000
850-263-0473, Office, Organic HOMEGROWN. Call for appointment EM ENThealthcare leader derercover clients to judge 2 Bedroom for $275. CASH).Porter Properties.
850-258-7652, Chad, STAN PORTER FARMS, or walk-ins welcome quality customer service. 2/One Bedroom Apart- month, small furnished 2 850-326-6176.
90792, Gerald 850-326-6176. Cuts, perm sS color & 4130- E mplomnted Ah M
850-849-0792, Gerald 2 7 u p co omHelp Wanted ANEOE M/F/DN Earn up to $150. a day. ments, 1 upstairs and oe Bedroom $175., 2 bed- *Wells and 5th in Chipley.
wwwmasonauction.com waxing. Information, encouraged to apply Call (888)-523-1013. downstairs, $425.00 month room $300., Hud ap- Homesite. $30,000.
in Bonifay. Water, sewer, proved, total electric, *Creek Road and Traverse
$25Coupon Mention Offer:#91A31. Enjoy long, dipickup included. 850-548-5541, Westville Drive. Verno. 175'00
$25CouponMention Offer:#91A31. Enjoy long, direct frontage on Call850-547-5244 Area Mobile home lot. City
APARTMENT FOR RENT (888)389-0461. tri-drugstore.com Warrior Lake! Pristine country 2BR/BA Large Trailer $1 and sewage.
setting w/miles of interior rds/trails. RAPARTMENTS FOR furnished. Out side city PORTER PROPERTIES
setting w/ miles of interior rds/trails. RENT limits. Smoke free environ- OF AMERICA, INC.
$397/Mo!. 4 Br 3 Ba HUD Home! HELP WANTED Country rd access, power, phone. Basedon family income meant No pets. $450 1150-3266INC176.
(5% down 15 years @ 8%.apr) Convenient to 1-20. Unrestricted- Geothd malHVAC, month plus deposit.
More Homes Available from $199/ HELP WANTED: No Truck Driver perfect for outdoor recreation/ fApply at1370 Od Bon i- 632BR/1BA MH for rent, acres One10
feyRd. Applecationfmust 2BR/1BA MH for rent..res&on Buddy Rd. One 10
Mo! for listings call (800)366-9783 Experience-No Problem. Wil- hunting/fishing. Excellentfinancing. be completed at office. $425 month, 5 miles acres & One 13 acres on
638-0134. Equal Hous- South of Chipley Gainer Rd. Owner financ-
ext 5669 Trans will teach you how to drive. Call now (800)564-5092, X1425 ing Opportunity. 3BR/1.5BA. $500 includes ing For more info call Mil-
Company Sponsored CDL Training. Foent s Hollo water. Chipley city limits ton Peel @ 850-638-1858.
AUCTIONS (888)368-1205.:Must be 23 Florida Land- 'Investment Duplex Apartments 850-260-9795. ,
front HUD not accepted 2BR/2BA Mobile Home-I
Opportunity! 2 acre waterfront 2BR/1BAand 3BR/1BA. for rent. No pets.$400 a 7160
ARCADE&AMUSEMENTAUCTION Help Wanted. Join Wil-Trans Lease homesite only $89,900 (was Water,.garbage, lawn care month plus deposit 14x70 2BR/2BA.
Major Arcade Selloff, Saturday, or Company Driver Program. Erijoy 169,900). Private, gated community rgy efficient with private 47-4232or527-4911. Completely remodeled.
February 28 at 10am. Central our Strong Freight Network. Must with 2 recreational lakes. Municipal yard. 85-638-7128. 2BR Mobile Home, good $14,90 7780. Call
Florida Fairgrounds, 4603 West be 23. (866)906-2982 water & sewer. Low taxes. Just 90 For Rent: Bright 2BR/2BA Pets. 850-638-4640.
Colonial Drive, Orlando (714)535- minutes south of Orlando! Excell screened porch apart- 2BR/1BA MH in Vernon. ForSale. st12x60 Mobile
minutes southoExcellent ment. Non Smoker, 1 $400 month plus security* Home. Must be moved.
'7000, www.superauctions.com Over 18? Between High School financing. Call now (866)352-2249 small pet, references Call 850-258-3815. $6,800or make offer.
15%BR AB0001109 and College? Travel and Have Fun FLIandbargains.com 3BR/2BA 14X70 Mobile
5%BR AB 109 and College? Travel and Have Fn FLandbargains.com LARGE- 3BR/1BA $650, home located in Chipley, New 16x80 3BR/2BA
w/Young Successful Business S/D $350. Everything Fl., at 1105 South Blvd. w/plywood floors,
AUTO DONATIONS Group. No Experience Necessary. MISCELLANEOUS New! Downtown Chipley, $525/mo plus sheetrock walls, glamour
convenient location. Rent $500/deposit. Call bath. $35,900. Set-up in-
2wks Paid Training. Lodging, includes stove, refrigera- 850-209-5696. cluded. Call Brad @
DONATE YOUR VEHICLE RECEIVE Transportation Provided. (877)646- ATTEND COLLEGE ONLINE to,. city water, swer, gar-3BR2BAMobileHomein 850-7637780.
$1000 GROCERY COUPON 5050. from Home. *Medical, *Business, HUD.850-638-3306. Chipley. 1 block from le
UNITED BREAST CANCER / *Paralegal, *Computers, *Criminal hook-up. No pets.' $475
month plus deposit.
FOUNDATION Free Mammograms, Driver- Join PTL today! Company Justice. Job placement assistance. 14 B638-0560.
Breast Cancer Info www.ubcf.info drivers earn up to 38 cpm. 1/2cprh Computer available. Financial Aid 32BR Fune House sB2BADW. Rear porch,
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