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Installation of Wausau Lodge No. 39


Page I


SATURDAY, MARCH 7, 2009 1 Section, 8 Pages www.chiple y paper.corm ,Volume 85 Number 92 50(


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breaking news, visit
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News

BRIEFS

Taking
nominations
CHIPLEY -The Wash-
ington'County Chamber
of commerce annually
recognizes a local business
or organization that makes
the county abetter place
to work and live.
To nominate a business
or organization, submit a
statement of 750 words or
less that outlines the com-
S pany made a significant im-
pact in 2008 to the Cohunty
in any of the following
categories: Economic
Development: Community .
Involvement;Workplace/
Workforce Development;
SBusiness Growth; and
Quality of Life.
-List any examples of
business: expansion, num-
ber of jobs created, facility
upgrades. average annual
wage of new jobs, import/'
S export activity, innovations,
Involvement in charities,
Education, civic coopera-
tion beautification, patrio-
tism, etc. ,
Also any other informa-
tion deemed important in
Evaluating your nomination.
Be specific
Any person or com-
pany may nominate a busi-..
ness. including its own.
The deadline for sub- ; '
emitting nominations is
noon on March 20. Mail
nomination applications
to:Washington County
Chamber of Commerce,
business of the Year Award, '
P RO. Box 547. Chipley. FL
_ 32428.

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CRA approves buying downtown property


JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afelsberg@chipley.paper.com
CHIPLEY The Chipley
Redevelopment Agency
approved paying Marga-
ret Sangaree $90,000 for an
8,000-square-feet piece of
downtown property.
The CRA approved the
purchase at its regular
meeting Wednesday.
The measure will go
before Chipley City Coun-
cil at its regular meeting
at 6p.m. March 12 at City
Hall. If Council approves


the purchase the CRA
would turn the property
over to the City. Sangaree
would pay all closing costs.
The property has been the
,subject of. discussion at
*CRA meetings for several
months:.
The property at the
intersection of Jackson
Avenue and Main* Street
is used for parking and is
also used for various down-
town events. The property
has been for sale for some
time, and was originally
priced at about $120,000.
See SALE 3


JAY FELSBERG I W.L.hingt,n Count) Nc%-.
The property at the intersection bof Jackson Avenue and Main Street is used for,
parking and is also used for various downtown events. ."


Black hitorylessons


Roulhac Middle School's Mentoring for Music group performs "Now Let Me Fly: The Struggle Toward
Brown.vs. Board."


RMS presents
'Now Let Me Fly'

S CECILIA SPEARS
SStaffWriter i
cspears@chipleypnper.com'
CHIPLEY As Black His-
tory Month comes to a close,
Roulhac Middle School's Men-
toring for Music group put
,'on the production "Now Let
Me Fly: The Struggle Toward
Brown vs. Board," by Marcia
Cebulska, Friday morning,
Feb. 27. '
The production was about.
the historical events leading
to demolish segregation in
schools.,
"I think it was a wonder-
ful production." said Princi-
pal Mike Park. "The children
were excellent; I'm very proud
of their performance."
Mentoring for Music is a:
mentoring program 'super-
vised and coordinated 'by
teachers Daragh. Reed-Gray
and Alicia Clemmons.
"The goal is to reach the
children through music," said
See ROULHAC 5


Vernon High School students
Freedom."


,IILIH Jb. rH nj | ",idlll' Iu'LIII SUL
put on a -skit called "From ,Struggles to


Vernon holds 10th celebration


CECILIA SPEARS
,- Staff Writer
cspears@chipleypaper.com
VERNON Vernon High School cel-
ebrated Black History Week with their
10th Annual Black History Program,
"The Quest for'Black Citizenship in
the Americas," the morning of Feb.
20.'
The Invocation and Pledge of Alle-
gance was led by Shannah Bober, "Lift


Every Voice and Sing," was sung by
the VHS Chorus and a solo was given
by Mrs. Blount.
Students put on a skit called "From
Struggles to Freedom," which was
about a student who wasn't interested
in learning black history until she fell
asleep and was introduced to some of
the prominent figures in black history,
such as Rosa Parks, Martin Luther

SeeVERNON 5


Singletary,

Conley to

'headline


Watermelon

Festival
JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afelkberg@chipleypaper.com
CHIPLEY The 53rd. An-
nual Panhandle Watermel-
on Festival announces the
2009 entertainment lineup.
Friday night at Pals Park
features Daryle Singletary
at 6 p.m. and Saturday at
the Ag Cen-
ter features
Earl Thom-
as Conley at-
2 p.m.
Commu-
nity South
Credit
Union is a DARYLE
major spon- SINGLETARY
sor of this
year's event. The Washing-
ton County News, WPAP
(92.5FM) and Sunny 98
(WFSY 98.5) are major me-
dia sponsors.
Conley started as a
songwriter
in Nashville
and had his-
first No.
1 hit as a
performer,
"Fire and
Smoke,"' in
1979. EARL THOMAS
Single- CONLEY
tary has had
a number of hits, including
"I Let Her Lie."
Schedule:
Arts and Crafts Ven-
dors: Registration Dead-
line: Friday, June 12
Food Vendors: Reg-
istration Deadline: Friday,
June 5
Rides and Amuse-
ments Vendors Informa-
tion: Contact Melissa
Brown at 850-638-6180 or
washington@ifas.ufl.edu
for more information
See http://www.pan-
handlewatermelonfestival.
com/ for more information
http://wwwdarylesin-
gletary.net ... http://www.
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Installation of the officers
of Wausau-Masonic
Lodge No. 39 was held
Jan. 2. Officers installed
are from the left; Lowell
T. Johns-senior deacon;
Tommy Barns-junior
deacon; Charles E.
Johns Tyler, Eddie Johns,
treasurer; Fred Andrews,
marshal; Jesse Tyre-senior
warden; Ron Alterman-
chaplain; Danna Rowe-
worshipful master; Greg
Rogers-junior warden;
Brad Singleton-junior
steward; Billy Paul
Norris-installing marshal;
Elza Garney, installing
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GaryJohns, secretary
and Gary Elderage-
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CHIPLEY "A Stroll Down
Broadway" will take the
stage April 17-19 and 24-26.
SShow tfnes will be Friday
and Saturday performanc-
es at 7 p.m. and Sunday
performances at2 p.m.
Tickets are $15 and go
on sale at the Washington
County Chamber of Com-
merce, 672 Fifth St., for
the Playhouse members
and sponsors on March
23. Tickets for the general
public go on sale March
30. '
For more information
or to become a member or
sponsor, visit www.span-
ishtrailplayhouse.com or
e-mail spanishtrailplay-
house', gmnail.comn or call
Kevin Russell at 850-260-
9279.

BOCC meets March 9
CHIPLEY The Washing-
ton County Board of Coun-
ty Commissioners will hold
a workshop meeting on
the MSBU Ordinance and
Public Works Projects, as
soon as the special called
meeting is over, on March
:9 at 9a.m.
The meeting will be in
the County Annex, 1331


South Boulevard. If you
have any questions, call
638-6200.

EQUIP and WHIP
deadlines
The National Resourc-
es Conservation Service
(NRCS) announced re-
cently that the cutoff date
for EQIP and WHIP con-
servation programs is
close of business on March
13,2009.
For additional details on
these farm bill programs
and specific eligibility re-
quirements to participate,
contact the local NRCS of-
fice at 1424 Jackson Ave. in
Chipley or pall 638-1718.

Annual Membership
S Banquet
CHIPLEY The 2009 Chat-
Sber Annual Membership
Banquet is scheduled for
Thursday, April 9. A punch
reception will start things
off at 6 p.m. with dinner at
7p.m.
The Spanish Trail Play-
house will provide enter-
tainment with "A Stroll
Down Broadway".


Tickets are, $25 per
person. Make checks pay-
able to Washington County
Chamber of Commerce.
Those wanting to attend
should make reservations
early, as there are only a
limited number of tickets
available. Call the Cham-
ber at 638-4157 to make
your reservation.

Tax preparation
assistance
CHIPLEY Tri-County
Community Council has
partnered with Income
Tax Assistance Program
to provide free tax prepa-
ration services to low in-
come.families.
To qualify family income
must be less that $33,500;
or be a student; or a senior
citizen age 60 and over.
Benefits include one-
on-one tax consultation;
get refund back in 7-10
days, service is free, direct
deposit to bank.
Contact the nearest Tri-
County Community office
to schedule ath appoint-
ment. Appointments will
be on Tuesdays only. Chi-
pley, 638-4520 ext 28.


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Panhandle Veterinary Services presents check

CHIPLEY Dr. Kim
George, a long-time sup-
porter of the Washington '
County 4-H program, :
presented a $200 dona- :
tion to the program at ,
last month's Youth Fair.
The donation came from ,
a program with the Pfizer .
Corporation to support ;
youth programs.
4-H Youth Develop- '
ment Agent, Julie Pig- ,
ott Dillard, accepted .
the check on behalf the
Washington County 4-H ..
Program. Donations are .
used to support program-
ming that develops life
skills in youth that will "
help further their leader- .
ship development.
Over the years, Dr.
S George has donated his :
time and expertise as a '''
Large animal veterinarian
providing vaccinations
and inoculations to 4-H
livestock projects at no
cost to the exhibitor. He
has also assessed live-
stock projects and writ- "I
ten countless health pa-
pers for youth who were
entering their projects in F
area fairs.
Washington County 4-
H would like to thank Dr. CONTRIBUTED PHC
Kim George, DVM, for his
support of the youth in Julie Pigott Dillard, 4-H Youth Development Agent, accepts a $200 donation from
Washington County. 'Dr. Kim George, a long-time supporter of the Washington County 4-H program.


SALE from page 1


An appraisal about a year ago
set the value at $82,500, and a re-
cent appraisal put the value at about
$79,000.
CRA Member Zena Corbin made
the motion to take Sangaree's offer
of $90,000. "The city needs the park-
ing lot," Corbin said.
Corbin said that downtown
business depends. on parking,
and also noted that the property has
been used for parking for a long time,
Corbin urged CRA members to be
at the March 12 Council meeting to


"The city needs the
parking lot."

Zena Corbin
CRA member

support the purchase of the parking
lot.
"I will definitely be there," Corbin
said. "I want to see who is against
the City of Chipley growing."


Washington County News I A3


7


The status of funds as of Jan. 31
was $125,276.34 in the CRA Trust,
$395,120.87 in the CRA Trust Escrow
and $49,283.14 in the CRA Revolving
Loan fund.
The CRA also approved a facade
grant request for Indigo Sun at 831
Main Street for $7,236.25, with a 25
percent match by the applicant.
The CRA approved a $6,000 fa-
cade grant the previous month for
Joe Miner for KC's Pizza going in at
the old parts house at 684 Seventh
St.


School Board



sets agenda


CHIPLEY Washington
County School Board
will hold it regular Board
meeting on March 9 in the
Administration Building
in Chipley. The Agenda
includes:

Presentations:
Sharon Hobbs, Health
Department (Tobacco
Free Program); VHS
Literacy Week Activities
(Malcolm Bell;, Garrett
Porter); Recognition of
VHS FBLA (Larissa Mc-
Donald-Business Com-
munication; Lauren Hall-
Marketing; Shaneekqua
McCutcheon-Public
Speaking II; Antwainette
Andrews-Business Math;
CHS Social Studies Fair
(Tabby Shumaker; Mark
Lent; Josh Aycock).

Citizens request:
The Washington Coun-
ty School Board welcomes
you to this meeting. This
is time set aside for the
Citizens of Washington
County to address the
School Board. If you would
like to address the School
Board please come to the
podium, speak into the
microphone, state your


name and address for
the record, and limit your
comments to not more
than five (5) minutes.

Facilities report:
STOA Update and
the. CHS Athletic/Weight
Room Update
Consent Items:
Other Action Items:
Recommendation to
suspend employee
Recommendation for
termination of employee
PAEC Recommenda-
tions:
Projects/Contracts/
Agreements/Proposals/
Bids
Human Resources/
Personnel, Neal Meadows
retires effective June 30.
Human Resources for
VHS and CHS I

Student hearing:
Immediately following
the regular Board meet-
ing, Washington County
School Board will hold a
Student Hearing concern-
ing four students. Each
case presented by the
School Board attorney.
Recommendations and
input of the School Super-
intendent will be followed
by the Board's action.


Seniors going to Capitol
CHIPLEY Washington officials and a walking
County Council.on Aging tour of the historic capi-
Seniors will spend a day tal. A complimentary
at the Capitol on March lunch will be served.
11. On the agenda will be Seating is lim-
free health screenings, ited, so call Debra at
performing artists, mu- 638-6217 to reserve a seat.
sic and dancing, a noon Cost is $10'for transporta-
program featuring state tion.


Periodontal or
If you are over fifty,
you may recognize the
term ipyorrhea.i No,
it is NOT, an intestinal
disorder! If you are
older yet, you may be
familiar with the condi-
'tion known as iTrench-
mouth.i Both of these
rather archaic labels
refer to a very common
,health problem in our
society: periodontal or
gum disease.
Trehchmouth ac-
tually refers to gum
disease that affected
World War I troops as
they were trapped in
Europe in the trenches
of the front lines. Gum
disease are among the
most common patho-
logical conditions to af-
fect human populations
with approximately fifty
percent of the popula-
tion of the VS having
some type of gum dis-
ease at any given time.
There are many forms
of periodontal disease,
but the one that is most
destructive is called
Chronic Periodontitis.
-Basically, periodon-
titis is caused by plaque
and the response stimu-
lated in the tissues by
the bacteria in plaque.
With time, plaque can
spread and grow be-
low the gum line. Poi-
sons produced by the
bacteria in plaque set
up an inflammatory
response in which the
body in essence turns


Gum Disease
on itself The tissues
and bone supporting
the teeth are slowly de-
stroyed., Gums separate
from the, teeth, form-
ing pockets or spaces
between the teeth and
gums, and bone is lost
causing looseness of
the teeth and leading to
their ultimate loss.
Some symptoms
gum disease are a bad
taste in the mouth, bad
breath; and bleeding
gums.. More obvious
signs of advanced dis-
ease process are exu-
dates,, or pus, around
the gums, and loosen-
ing of the teeth.
Periodontal disease
has'. many associated
risk factors. A Jour-
nal of Periodontology
study shows smoking as
the number one related
lifestyle factor. Fifty-
seven percent of stud-
ies have found a strong.
relationship between
periodontal disease and
psychological factors
such as stress, distress,
anxiety, and depression
according to the Amer-
ican Academy of Peri-


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odontology Other risk
factors include family
history, diabetes, poor
nutrition, and chronic
dry mouth. Recently,
research has indicated
periodontal disease is
directly associated with
many systemic condi-
tions including heart
disease.
The diagnosis and
treatment of periodon-
tal disease is responsi-
bility of the dental pro-
fessional team. If you
suspect you may have
a periodontal or gum
problem, see you den-
tist. Along with the den-
tal hygienist, he or she
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regimen specific to your
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Vernon Elementary students learn about Black History figures


VERNON Last month at Vernon
Elementary, Kim Smelcer's second grade
class celebrated Black History month.
February is known for Valentine's Day
and President's Day and Smelcer's class
celebrated both of these but spent a great
deal of time on Black History month.
They studied five different African
Americans: Rosa Parks, George
Washington Carver, Martin Luther King,
Jr. and Harriet Tubman. The students
worked in groups, completing a~poster on
their chosen individual.
The students learned about these
individuals and the important role they
played and amount of life they sacrificed
to insure that each citizen receives equal.
rights.


Nicole P. Barefield, Publisher
SJay Felsberg, Managing Editor
Cameron Everett, Production Supervisor
Brad Goodyear, Composition Supervisor
Zola Anderson, Office Manager
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Court records


This information is a matter
of public record and was taken
from the Washington County
Courthouse docket for March 9,
2009. The following individuals
were scheduled to appear:
*Arraignment Hearing
Tracy E. Alday: driving while
license suspended or revoked.
Roger Stephen Beard: ag-
gravated abuse of elderly or dis-
abled adult.
Adrian Dewayne Belser:
driving while license suspended
or revoked.
.Thomas Clay Berg, Jr.: ho-
micide-negligent manslaugh-
ter; driving under the influence
cause death/human, unborn
child and'driving while license
suspended death/serious injury.
Cleo Roosevelt Bowers:
driving while license suspended
or revoked.
Bryant Antonio Cady: ex-
hibit firearm/destructive de-
vice/weapon with in 1,000 feet of
school property.
Cody David Carroll: lewd
and lascivious molest of child
12 years up to 16 by 18 years or
older.
Anthony Douglas Collins:


producing marijuana, possess or
use drug paraphernalia..
Michael Edward Courtney,
Jr.: battery/touch or strike, child
abuse without great harm.
George Terry Creamer: pos-
Ssession of weapon or ammo by
convicted felon.
Kyogee J. Edwards: launch
missile into dwelling, building,
etc, possession of firearm under
influence of alcohol, aggravated
assault with deadly weapon
without intent.
James C. Everett: sale of co-
caine (2 counts).
Michael Denise Gaudette:
resist officer with violence, dis-
turbing peace.
Jeffery Neil Hart: give false
information to law enforcement,
resist officer with violence.
Donald Lee Hendrix: tres-
passing, possession of controlled
substance without prescription,
resist officer without violence.
Stephen Devonde Jackson:
sale of cocaine..'
,Wesley Allen Kelly: posses-
sion of methamphetamine, pos-
sess or use drug paraphernalia.
Matthew Kinsey: criminal
attempt to solicit and conspire.


Phillip Steven McKinney:
operating vehicle while license
suspended cancelled or revoked,
sale of marijuana within 1,000
feet of worship center/business/
school, possess or use drug par-
aphernalia.
Bradley Jackson Mills: pos-
session of weapon or ammo by
convicted felon.
Patricia Lynn Montgomery:
possess* methamphetamine and
possess controlled substance
without prescription. -
Chad Michael Morris: sale
of Methamphetamine, possess
or use. drug paraphernalia, pos-
sess listed chemical with intent
to manufacture controlled sub-
stance.
James Robert Nolan: pos-
session of weapon or ammo by
convicted felon.
Christopher Junior Qdom:
battery/touch or strike, battery
on officer/firefighter etc., tres-
passing, resist officer without
violence.
Bryan Tate Sasser: child
abuse without great harm.
Bryant Westley Sewell: driv-
ing while license suspended or
revoked.
Johnathan Alexander Story:


continued.
Michael Anthony Tatum:
possess controlled substance
without prescription.
Michael. Thomas White-
field: kidnap adult-incompetent
person/interfere with custody,
give false information to law en-
forcement-give false report.
Eric Lorenzo Works: sale of
cocaine (2 counts).
Status Hearing:
Jose Antonio Ayala: flee at-
tempt to elude law enforcement
officer in high speed pursuit,
refuse to submit to breath-test,
operating vehicle 'while license
suspended, resist officer/ob-
struct without violence, reckless
driving.
Hubie Roberts: discharge
firearm in public, aggravated as-
sault with deadly weapon with-
out intent to kill.
Franklin Edward Williams:
aggravated battery on pregnant
woman, escape, resist officer
with violence, fail to report name
or residence.
Supplemental Pre-Trial:
Cynthia Elaine Bowers: sale
of cocaine.
Michael K. Glenn: unlawful
possession of listed chemicals.


Charles Lee Lorenzo: sale
of controlled substance, posses-
sion of cocaine, and possession
of marijuana.
Carl James Monroe: child
abuse without great harm, flee,
attempt to elude/high speed pur-
suit, battery on officer/firefight-
er/EMT, etc., resist officer with
violence.
Jacob R. Rogers: driving
while license suspended or re-
voked.
Tara Terease Smith: crimi-
nal mischief, armed burglary of
dwelling, larceny, grand larceny
of firearm.
Donald Lamar Wade: petit
theft.
*Violation of Probation:
Tyrone A. Dawson: contin-
ued
Christopher Gilyard: contin-
ued.
James Morris Helms: con-
tinued.
Carol Denise Mixon: contin-
ued.
Motion Hearing:
Emmit Reed Jones: pass-
ing forged/altered bank bill, etc.,
operating vehicle while drivers
license suspended/cancelled/re-
voked.


VERNON from page 1


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CECILIA SPEARS I Washington County News
Roulhac Middle School's Mentoring for Music group
performs during a Black History Month production.


ROULHAC from page 1


Clemmons. "By show-
ing them the lyrics and
teaching about the lyric's
meaning, we hope to give
them broader view of their,
world."
Clenmons explained
that the Mentoring for Mu-
sic group meets ever Tues-
day from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m.


"We mentor students
and help them with their
reading, social skills and
social interaction," she
said.
"We work with many
community establish-
ments, like visiting nurs-
ing homes, to help children
build character."


King, Jr. and George
Washington Carver.
Students Working
Against Tobacco (SWAT)
Step Team put on a per-
formance for the pro-
gram and Principal Ruth
McCrary introduced the
guest speaker, Dianne
Hall.
"Our speaker today is
a self-motivated, self-con-
fident, vivacious, outgo-
ing individual who takes
great pleasure and pride
in challenging and inspir-
ing youthful minds," said
McCrary.
"A native of Monticello,
Fla., she is a graduate of
Jefferson County High -
School, Florida A & M
University and Florida
State University where
she earned degrees in
English and journalism
and public administration
and has done coursework
toward her doctorate de-
gree."
Hall's speech was on
the importance of those
who came to be known for
their innovation, Ieader-
ship, ingenuity and cour-
age and how they had all
came from small towns;
she also recited "Moth-
er to Son" by Langston
Hughes.
"Our speaker chal-


C.ECILIH ArSnE I vnIashiongton Cunuiy rVews
Diane Hall was guest speaker at the Vernon High
School Black History Week celebration.


lenged us that. 'we can
do it,' as she listed many
persons who have made
it even though they came
from small towns and
small schools," said Mc-
Crary.
"Or maybe it was be-
cause they were from
small' towns and small
communities."
Guests introduced by
McCrary were Washing-


ton County School Board
Superintendent Dr. San-
dra Cook, School Board
Members Pam Cates, Su-
san Roberts and Wayne
Saunders, Reverend Reba
and Johnny Sorey, Rever-
end Freddie and Monica
Tellis, Fred Dawson, Mag-
gie Jackson, George and
Alma Vann and Ellawease
Potter.
"I am proud to intro-


duce them as our guests,"
she said. "They are some
of the greatest supporters
of Vernon High SchooL"
She also thanked Er-
ika Dotson and Priscilla
Brown, who organized the
event.

"Mother to Son" by
Langston Hughes
Well, son, I'll tell you;
Life for me ain't been
no crystal stair
It's had tacks in it,
And splinters,
And boards.torn up,
And places with no
carpet on the floor-
Bare.
But all the time
I's been a a-climbin'
on,,
And reaching' landing's,
And turning' corners,
And sometimes goin'
in the dark.
Where there ain't no
light.
So, boy, don't you turn
back.
Don't you set down on
the steps. .
'Cause you finds it's
kinder hard.
Don't you fall now-
For I's still going' hon-
ey,
I's still climbin',
And life for me ain't
been no crystal stair


Nrhwest FloriVI'~I da Com[mun ~SJiiity iiI Hou sp1ital~

Receives Hospia f S ie'w


State Road 79 widening
from north of CR 284 (Miller's Ferry Rd) to Court St (City of Vernon)
Financial Project No: 220773-6-52-01

'. P, P l : / "......
lHittilng\ '
Public Information Meeting '
QD *-Eno proleci
Date: March 12,2009 ,.' I t i
Time: 5:30 p.m.to6:30 p.m.CST .. :
(Open lHouse) .. .. '.
Place: Vernon Community Center i .
2808 Yellow Jacket Drive '\ l .
Vernon, FL 32462 'Beln ProjectPl -. roecinc.iion
S -" 'I "llMap,

The Florida Department of Transportation (FOOT) will host a Public Information Meeting to present
proposed improvements for State Road 79 from north of CR 284 (Miller's Ferry Road) to Court Street in
the City of Vernon.
The meeting will be held Thursday, March 12, 2009, from 5:30 p.m. until 6:30 p.m. CST at the Vernon
Community Center, located at 2808 Yellow Jacket Drive, Vernon, FL 32462.
The purpose of the meeting is to afford persons an opportunity to express their views concerning the
proposed widening design of SR 79. The meeting will be conducted in an open house formal (no
formal presentation is scheduled). Proposed design plans for the project and other project
information will be on display. FDOT representatives will be available to discuss the project, answer
questions and receive comments. All interested persons are invited and encouraged to attend to
review and discuss the proposed improvements.
Public participation is solicited without regard to race, color, national origin, age, sex, religion, disabilly
of family status. Persons who require special accommodations under the Americans with Disabilities
Act or persons who require translation services (free of charge) should contact Garrett Martin, P.E.,
Project Manager do PBS&J, Inc. 1141 Jackson Avenue; Chipley, Florida 32428, Tel. (866) 855-7275
(toll free), or e-mail: qomartinlpbsi.com at least seven (7) days prior to the meeting.
For more information concerning this meeting or project contact Garrett Martin, P.E., Project Manager
or the Florida Department of Transportation's District Three Public Information Director, Tommie
Speights, Toll Free at (888) 638-0250, ext 208, e-mail tommie.speights5dot.slate.fl.us.


NFCH Advisory Board of Directors

would like o express their appreciation

to the Physicians and Associates


The Hospital of Choice Award is designed to identify America's
most customer-friendly hospitals based on a review of the facility's
public communication and staff interaction with customers.
The review focuses on six principal areas including Standards of
Conduct, Performance Management and Improvement, Staff
Development and Training, Systems of Communication, Good
Citizenship, and Educational and Promotional Material available to
customers.
Patrick A. Schlenker, President and CEO, expressed that he
was very pleased to be one of only three hospitals in the State of
Florida to receive this recognition for the fourth quarter of 2008.




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Northwest Florida
Community Hospital


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"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 possiblefor NFCH to
receive this prestigious recognition."
Patrick Schlenker


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NASCAR


Saturday, March 7, 2009


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NASCAR Live SPEED @ 9:30 a.m.
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Sprint Cup Series Final Practice SPEED @ 11 a.m.
Truck Series SetUp SPEED @ 12:30 p.m.
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March 8 .
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March 9
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March 10
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The Next Lap


March 21
Bristol
Sharpie MINI
300


March 28
Martinsville
Kroger
250


April 5
Salem, Ind.
Kentuckiqno
Ford 200


Kyle Busch would

consider a F1 ride


For all he's accomplished
Behind, a steering wheel,
. Kyle Busch has a rather lim-
ited open-wheel resume:
dwarf cars out at old
Pahrump Valley Speedway,
legends cars at the bullring
(the .375-mile facility on the
grounds of Las Vegas Motor
Speedway), a few modified.
events, and a handful of laps
in a sprint car as a 14-year-
old, as part of an exhibition
to promote. an event coming
to town.
However that wouldn't
stop him from listening
should the organizers of a
planned. American-based
Formula One team call. Ken
Anderson and Peter Windsor
recently. announced their
plans to launch"an Fl organi-
zation based in Charlotte,
N.C., and field seats for two
American drivers' beginning
in 2010. Their long wish list


of drivers reportedly includes
current IndyCar pilots Danica
Patrick and Marco Andretti,
Jonathan Summerton of the
European A1GP series,, and
Busch, who won eight times
last year in NASCAR's pre-
mier division.
Busch has long been
intrigued by theF1 circuit.
The 23-year-old Las Vegas
native was scheduled to take
some laps in an Fl car at
Motegi, Japan this past off-
.season for Toyota, the manu-
facturer that also backs his
Joe Gibbs Racing team on
the Sprint Cup tour. That trip
had to be cancelled due to a
conflict with the Nationwide
Series banquet, much to
Busch's chagrin. Although
Busch said Friday he hasn't
been contacted by anyone
from the USF1 Iorganization,
if they want to talk, he'll lis-
ten.


Johnson and Montoya could
testify at Castroneves' tax trial


Jimmie Johnson, Juan
Pablo Montoya and Roger
Penske are among the
potential witnesses that
could be called in the tax
evasion trial of open-wheel
racing 'driver Helio
Castroneves, his sister,
Katiucia, and his attorney
Alan, Miller.
The trial is scheduled to
begin Monday 'in U.S.
District Court in Miami.-If
convicted on all counts, all
three defendants could face
78 months in prison,
according to pretrial briefs.
Miller, a. noted sports
attorney, has Johnson among
his clients and has put
Johnson and team owner
Penske on his witness list.
Montoya and other open-
wheel drivers will also
appear on the witness list
for Castroneves, who has
driven for Penske in the
Indy Racing League. The
scope of their potential tes-
timony is not listed, and


their inclusion on the wit-
ness list is no guarantee
they will actually be called
to testify.
The government, in its
pretrial brief, alleges that
Castroneves failed to report
to the IRS income from
essentially four sources:
income from 1999-2001
from Brazilian
import/export company
Cominex, income from
2000-2002 from a Penske
Racing licensing agreement,
income from two additional
sponsorship deals, and
bogus and fraudulent deduc-
tions on his corporate return
that reduced the .flow-
through income to him.
The money from the
Penske agreement went to
Seven Promotions, which
the government alleges is a
Panamanian shell company
that was owned by
Castroneves, a -two-time
winner of the Indianapolis
500.


Atlanta Motor Speedway
Kevin Harvick holds off Jeff Gordon (No. 24) by .006 seconds for his first career win and back-to-back spring vic-
tories for car owner Richard Childress. Harvick had just taken over the newly numbered 29 Chevy Monte Carlo
for the late Dale Earnhardt.


Happy's second love


Harvick returns to site offirst win

KeinBy BILL GAMBLING
Harvick hopes spots@srpressgazeffe.com
to get his sec- Ke\ in Harx pick's season has been-something of a roller coaster so far in
ond Atlanta wn 2.
this weekend A I|n i n the Budweiser Shootout was followed with a second place fin-
in the 1001h '*, ish at the Dj)tona 500, but since then "Happy" finished 38th in Fontana and
race in AMS's I 2ili at Las \igas.
NASCAR his- Will Atlanta be another step up the finishing order or will Harvick fmind him-
lor. self on the tail end of the finishing order?
_y "I think the firstt hree weeks have been really pretty good for us," said

Ha %ick. 'Ae really) ran well at.California. We had the problem there at the
ced ol' the race, but performance was good.
"Last \% eek we just got caught there with the caution coming out
h\ hue % e \% ere on pit road. We were able to come back and finish
121h."
Ironically, it has been eight years since Harvick won his first
race here in 2001 in only his third start after taking over for the
late Dale Earnhardt.
So %\ hat was it like for him that day?
I" think for us it's obviously something that you can't. do
tv. ce." said Harvick. "To win your first race is something
that's pretty cool. To do it in our third start, with everything
going on, you can really look back on it now and reflect on
those types of things'.
"At that particular moment, I don't remember a whole lot
from that particular day. There's just so many emotions that
%\ere running through your mind good emotions, bad emo-
J. tio1s, everything that was happening, It was a little bit con-
fising, to be honest with you."


Facts |


OKOBALT



2008 Pole Winner (mph)
Jeff Gordon- 185.251
2008 Race Winner (mph)
Kyle Busch- 140.975
Track Qualifying Record
Geoffrey Bodine 197.478
m.p.h. (1997)
Track Race Record
Bobby Labonte 159.904
m.p.h. (1997)


After Shelby 427
Driver
1. Jeff Gordon
2. Clint Bowyer
3. Matt Kenseth
4. Greg Biffle
5. David Reutimann
6. Kyle Busch
7. Kurt Busch
8. Tony Stewart
9. Carl Edwards
10. Bobby Labonte


Behind
Leader
-18
-40
-40
-51
-54
-66
-80
-82
-99


b6 0
2.4 Bar~a;g In Turns


( Nationwide'


After Sam's Town 300


Driver
1. Carl Edwards
2. Brian Vickers
3. Greg Biffle
4. Brendan Gaughan
5. Kyle Busch
6. David Ragan
7. Kevin Harvick
8. Jason Leffler
9. Jason Keller
10. Michael McDowell


Behind
Leader
-48
-99.
-108
-109
-128
-129
-161
-172
-189


TRfUCK SERIESy

After San Bernardino 200
Driver Behir
1. Kyle Busch LeadE
2. Todd Bodine -5
3. Matt Crafton -77
4. Timothy Peters -82
5. Ron Hornaday -85
6. T.J. Bell -85
7. Mike Skinner -89
8. Chad McCumbee -94
9. David Starr -98
10. J.R. Fitzpatrick -108


^Mf
t SERIES

After Lucas Oil Slick Mist 200
Driver Behind
1. James Buescher Leader
1. Justin Lofton Leader
3. Joey Logano -10
4. John Wes Townley -25
5. Ken Weaver -30
6. Ed Kennedy -35
7. Parker Kligerman -40
8. Tim George, Jr. -45
9. Darrell Basham -50
10. Norm Benning -55


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DIVIDUAL DEFENDANT(S) heirs, devisees, grantees, NOTICE OF FORECLO- moved within ten (10) busi- Public Auction __________Vernon, FI. and proper vehicle
WHO ARE NOT KNOWN creditors, or other parties SURE SALE ness days after bid award Y Sale: Saturday, 7th insurance. Must be
TO BE DEAD OR ALIVE claiming by, through, un- NOTICE IS HEREBY notification. The following vehicle(s)Furniture Mattesses Howell's Building Storage, willing to comply with
WHETHER SAID UN der, or against any known GIVEN pursuant to a Final The City reserves the right will be sold at auction on w, low, low overhead furniture, bedroom suite, backgound/health
KNOWN PARTIES MAY or unknown person who is Summary Judgment of to reject any and all bids March 18th, 2009 at 8:00 Low, low, low, overhead furniture bedroom sute, screening.
CLAIM AN INTEREST AS known to be dead or is not Foreclosure dated Feb. 19, and waive technicalities in A.M. at Brock Auto Body & f* S guarantees low, low, low couch and other items.
SPOUSES, HEIRS, DEVI- known to be either dead or 2009, entered in Civil Case awarding the bid. Towing, 1135-Main Street, S & AIMA prices. P&S Discount Fur- phone 850-326-2826 9 Applications may be
SEES, GRANTEES OR alive, No.: 2008-CA-000467 of. As published in the Wash- Chipley, Florida 32428. -. nature, Chipley. (Since a.m. until obtained from any
OTHER CLAIMANTS; LEI- Defendants.- the Circuit Court of the ington County News 1997 BUICK 2100-Pets 1973) 850-638-4311 Tri-County Community
SURE'LAKES PROPERTY' Fourteenth Judicial Circuit March 7,11,2009. VIN#2G4WS52M7V14032 2110-Pets: Free to Council Office and
OWNERS' ASSOCIATION, NOTICE OF ACTION in and for Washington N THE CIRCUIT COURT 10 Good Home .submitted by
AMERCIAN GENERAL TO: MINNIE LEE JONES, County, Florida, wherein OR WASHINGTON As published in the Wash- 2130- t Supplies / Monday Mach 16,
AMERCIAN GENERALFOR .WASHINGTONAspublishedIntheWas-2130 Farm Animals!h Book you Sprng Vegeta 20m
HOME EQUITY, INC residenceunknown if alive THE BANK OF NEW YORK COUNTY FLORIDA ington County News pples MOVINGSALE Washer 2009, at 4:30 p.m.
JOHN DOE AND JANE and dead to all parties MELLON, AS SUCCES- PROBATE DIVISION March 7,2009.2140- Pets/Livestock and Dryer, dinette set, re- bles for the freezer now! For information and an
DOE AS UNKNOWN TEN- claiming interest by SOR TRUSTEE UNDER FieNo09PR08 Wanted frigeator w/ice maker, Orgac HOMEGROWN applicaton call
ANTSIN POSSESSION through under or againstNOVASTAR MORTGAGEDion Probate small upright freezer, and STAN PORTER FARMS han Kent .
DEFENDANTS the said MINNIE LEE FUNDING TRUST, SERIES IN RE: ESTATE OF MACE PUBLIC NOTICE burgundy recliner. All in 850-326-6176. Administrative Manager
JONES, and all other par- 2006-2, Paitiff andLEE LEE DOUGLAS great shape. Used very lit- (850)547-3689.
OTiCE OF FORE tieshaveing r claiming ALFORD, and MORTGAGE TH Deceased YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI- tie. 773-5009. Leave mes- Successful applicant will
NOTICE ISA HERY r iR FlED that the board of For Sale. Red, Nose Pit sage. 3260 be subject to
NOTICE IS HEREBY terest in the property ELECTRONICREGISTRA- NOTICE CREDTOR County Commissioners of Bul puppies. Ready March 3260 pre-employment
GIVEN pursuant to an Or- herein described. TION SYSTEMS INC.. SI Trapped by Alcohol'? drugtest
der Grting theMotionto YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a (MIN#1000801900553846 Washington County, Flor- 1st-6' $100 each.Trp d c ol drug test.
Reset Foreclosure 'Sale complaint for, Quieting Title 63), are Defendants. The administration of the ida, will hold a Special 850-415-6927. I For Medical treatment of Only qualified
daRtd Feb.o19, 2009en- by Adverse Possessionun- I will sell to the highest bid- estate of Macoe Lee Doug- Called Meetng on MON- Alcohol use apcansidered.'
terd in CiviFCase No1 der Color of Title on the der for cash, at the Front ias, deceased, whose date DAY, MARCH 9, 2009, and abuse considie I
67-08-CA-091 of the Circit following property located Steps of the Washington of death was October 7, commencing at 9:00 a3230 m for once a month85034555 EMPQU AL OPPORTUNITY
Court of the 14TH Judicial in Washington County, County Courthouse, 1293 2008, and whose social Themeeting will be held at 2 .30 treatment. DRUG AND SMOKE
Crfh 4 JKPurchase your Lvestock tE
Circuit in and for WASH- Florida: Jackson Avenue, Chipley, security number is the Boards egua meet Purchase your Livestock I
NT Cuny yThe NW /4 of the NE /4ofFL 32428, sat 1:00 A.M., 261-34-1561,ispendirngin Ing place located at 1331 on your Farm. No commis- Big Yard Sale; at906W.-
Florida, I wilT sell to tt e Section 18, Township 4 on the 14 -day of April, the Circuit Court or Wash- South Boulevard, Chipley, sion deduction. Free haul-, Taylor Street, behind Ar
highestndbestbiderfor North, Range 15 West, 2009, the following de- ington County, Florida, Florida. g STAN PORTER my(Bonitay). March6th Healthcare
cash atFront of the Court- Washington countyy, Flor- scribed real property as Probate Division, the ad- The purpose. of the FARMS 80-3266176. & 7th, Friday & Saturday 3280 o 1 1
house of the WAH orNG- ida. Less and except any set forth in said Final Sum- dress of which is PO Box meeting is to hold an Ex- AR Sfrom 8:00 a.m. until. Baby For Sale: 20 HP I Interim Healthare
TON County Courthouse, portion of above descrip- mary Judgment, to-wit: 647, Chipley, L 32428. ecutive Session for the stuff desk, golf clubs Convert-A-Phase im
n A The nes and addresses purpose of discussingset- Cothes shoes whatknois Converts single phase for an LPN in
SCI y Washington County Ofi- SUNNY HILLS UNIT NINE of the personal representa- t cement negotiation, strat to matuff to ltra! p s 0 Pl c the tor a reasc
Florida, at 11:00 am e o n cial Records Book 47, TEEN, ACCORDING TO tive and the personal egy and litigation expen 36i- BCOMEI 47-1Q01 for details Pl a 85-
the23 day of March, 2009 Page 158. THE PLAT THEREOF, AS representative's attorney tures 0in a matter of pend__-.______ r0stob-y
the following described has been filedagainst you RECORDED IN PLAT are et forth below ing litigation. I or stop by5 A v.
property as set forth in and you are requiredto BOOK 3, PAGES 65 Al creditors f the dece- The meeting willconvene 4306 5th.Marianna.
said Summary F inal Judg- serve a copy of your writ-' THROUGH 79, OF THE dent and other ',persons in p public session, after S nESTATE SALE. 30 i n --1 --r-n .6
ment, to-Sm : iau ten defenses, if any to it on PUBLIC RECORDS OF having claims or demands which the executive ses- ins_ appliuanie ureto mae Frt pon ole; Cop- t s
LOT B-,50, d.LEISURE John R.. Green, A., at- WASHINGTON COUNTY, against decedent's estate sion will commence. The hAnDIs appliancotes, too many to your pond or lake; cop-in Local Title Company
LAKES, ACCORDING TO torney for the Plaintitff, at: FLORIDA. on whom a copy of this only persons permitted to 3100- Antiques list. For sale/rent/lease pernose, bluegill seeking Experienced
THE MAP OR PLAT PO Box 349, Panama City If you are a person claim- notice is required to be attend the Executive 3110- Appliances 3BR/2BA, 1,850 s q.ft. shellcracker, channel cat- Real Estate Title Re-
THEREOFASRECORDED FL 32402 on or before ing a right to funds re- seCved must file their Session are: the Board 3120- Arts& Crafts home on 9.73 acres with 2 fish, mosquito fish and searcher. Fax resume
IN PLAT BOOK 3, PAGE March 21, 2009 or 30days mining after the sale, you claims with this court Mmbers, the Chief Ad- 314030 Auctionytems heon 9.7 ace moasqi f a s F re
179, PUBLIC- RECORDS from, the first publication must file a claim with the -WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 ministrate Officer 3150 Building Supplies inforation/appoinent to 850-547-2025 for more
OF WASHINGTON date and file the original clerk no later than 60 days MONTHS AFTER THE Bdard, the Board's Attor- 31600 Business see. 850-326-0461. I Bruce H. Powell will not info
COUNTy, FLORIDA with the Clerk of this Court after the sale. If you fail to TIME OF THE FIRST PUB- neys, and an Official Court Equipment bdebt e byrany
Any person claiming an in- before service on the file a claim you will not be LICATION OF THIS NO- Reporter. Following the Ex- 3170 Collecntibles debts made by anyone Restaurant
tn erest in the surplus from Plaintiffs' attorney or i- entitled to any remaining TICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER ecutive Session, the Board 3180 Computers 2 9 else except wysen c as of
terAes' i t s m will reconvenewin public 3190 Electronics 3/212009. Now Hiring. Cooks &
the sale, it any, other than mediately thereafter; other- funds. After 60 days, only THE DATE OF SERVICE session for the purpose of3200- Firewood Friday & Saturday,March servers. K.C.S Pizza &
the property owner as of :wise a default will be en- the owner of record as of OF A COPY OF THISt off 3210 Frete PassIt On 67. Huge multi-l y Purchase syoura munkctar .7StU G ipliy n
the date of the lis pend- tered against you for the the date of is pendens NOTICE ON'THEM. takin ay offi atonm- 3220 Furnitured yale s
ens, must file a claim relief demanded in the may claim the surplus. ,- All other creditors of the required and for adjour-'3230 Garage/Yard SalesGS yd se mFtrupcks a sc etal.lChipley.
ing this meeting. 3240- Guns 1-10. Furniture, name Free pick-up. Please Call
within 60' days ,after the Complaint. WITNESS my hand and decedent and other per- DATED this 27th day of 3250 Good Things to Eat brand clothes, kitchen & 850-326-6176. Single father looking for
sale. In accordance with the the seal of the court. on sons having claims or de- February, 2009. 3260 Health &,Fitness baby items. 7am-until. Lots Wanted: Junk appli- ve-in Nanny school
Dated this 20 day of Feb. Americans with Disabilities 2-19-2009. mands against decedent's BOARD OF COUNTY 3270 Jewelry/Clothing of great stuff!!ar 'and gardeqd Must
i2009 Act of 1990 (ADA) disabled UNDA HAYES COOK estate must file their claim COMMISSNERS OF 3280 Machinery/ NON-SMOKER and
Unda Hayes Cook persons ,who because, of, CLERK OF THE COURT with this court WITHIN 3 WASHINGTON COUNTY, 3290 Medical Equipment ment, for free., I will pick have references. Call to set
Clerk of the Circuit Court" their disabilities need ape- By: K. McDanief lMONTHS AFTER THE FLORIDA, f3300- Miscellaneous up. Call 850-547-0088 or up interview
.By: K. McDaniel cial accommodation to Deputy Clerk DATE OF THE FIRST PUB- BY- BILL HOWELL, CHAIR- 3310 Musical Instruments Garage Sale. Fri & Sat, 850-326-5329 850-547-1001
Deputy Clerk participate in this proceed- Attorney for Plaintiff: LICATION OF THIS NO-.MAN. 3320 Plants & Shrubs/ March 6&7, 7am-4pm.
IN ACCORDANCE WITH. ing should contact the Brian L. Rosaler, Esquire TICE., A Suppliest / Large variety of stuff. 2586 Wanted: old satellite Wanted: Teacher with 40
THE AMERICANS WITH Court Administration at Popkin & Rosaler, PA. ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED jngton County News 3340 Sporting Goods Hwy 173 South, Bonitay dishes and related alec- hour certification to work in
DISABILITIES. ACT, per- 1293 'Jackson Ave, Suite 170.1 West HillsboreoBoule- WITHIN THE TIME PERI- March 4,7,2009. 3350-Tickets(BayG&Sol) tronics, for free, will pick 1 & 2 Year old class.


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Mandolin, Violin, Flute. paidcto shop] Retail/dining
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Covlngton Music. derercover clients to judge
Downtown Chipley. quality customer service.
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8 Saturday, March 7, 2009 0 Washington County News

11040r_40 6170 I 7160
2BR .1 BAr" i--'r, -.i 2BR/1BA House for rent. House for Rent/Sale. 3BR/2BA, 3/4 mile from $10,000 REDUCTION! 111/2 + acres, partly
r V,-. .-,a :i m Hwy 77 South, 3 miles off 3BR/2BA, bonus room, Bonifay Elem School. On 4 BR/2BA in Bonifay. Move cleared w/2 homesites, 2
.--. i Houston Rd. Call 638-1858 jacuzzi, green house stor- Hwy 177A, entrance to in ready: new paint, new miles south of 1-10, Hwy.
for Info. age rooms & barn $700 mobile home park. Call flooring, inside laundry 81, on Shull Rd. $35,000.
APARTMENTS FOR rot__A1R1 85-920nyi
A RENTS F 3BR/2BA House. Sunny month plus $400 deposit. 547-3746. room, Ctri H/A. 1BR/1BA 850-849-5280 Anytime
R3Hills ar.ea. $600/deposit, 388804. 3BR/2BA w/large addition cony. garage could be an
Efficiency rental
-'lr I 0O1. ONLY Two 5 acres & One 10 ac-
r ,,, $750/month. Call on 2 acres, fenced. 2 stor- ONLY TwoacresOne ac-
'. I H. 850-527-6262. asge buildings. Smoke free $89,000! res on Buddy Rd. One 10
environment, no pets acres & One 13 acres on
-,,. 0 3-,, 1'" 1-",,, 3BR/1BA Home in Bonifay 6170 I $600 month plus deposit. 3-4 BR/1 BA in Bonifay, fire- Gainer Rd. Owner financ-
l, Ra '.appi,.:an:.,',,',,u for rent. $550 month, $ h. Call 850-258-2086 hardwood floors, ing For more info call Mil-
-. -. $400 security Cal 2 Bedroomf or$2 75 ,Call,8. 2nd story is one large ton Peel @ 850-638-1858.
S..... ... .. 3 u u: 850-547-1001i month, small furnished 2 Circle J Mobile Home room, lots of original 1917 _
___ i Bedroom $175., 3 bed- Park in Chipley, 921 N 2nd charm. Electric & plumb-
,_',_,"_.:._ __I__ jr,,_, 3BR/2BA House for rent. room $350., Hud ap- St.; & Graceville 5262 Ala- ing updated. Could also
SLARGE-1BR $450, S/D No pets., Application .proved, total electric, bamaSt. 2&3/BR units for be used commercial.
$250. LARGE 3BR/1BA needed. Call 638-1918. 850-548-5541, Westville rent, starting @ $350 per $139,000 7160
JC o n nd &J Carpentry & Mini Storage in Chipley. $650, S/D $400. Downtown For Rent: 3BR/2BA, brick Area month. For info call Chipley; 4- acres w/2005
C&C Bookkeeping and Handyman Services. All sizes for rent. We Chipley, convenient loca- home, $675. per month. 2R Mobile Home, good 850-260-3026 Two 5 acre parcels of land 3BR/2BA Single Wide MH,
Tax weService. amOpen 5pm. daysll Decks, porches, mobile furnish the lock. tion. Rent includes stove,e Call 850-547-3542 location in- Chipley. No F OR RENT Nice 2BR/1 BA in Ponce de Leon. MHs pole barn & workshop.
a week. 8am to 513m, Call home repairs, interior trim. (850)326-2399 refrigerator, city water, Call 850-547-3542 -- location 8Chipley No FOR And horses okay Scat-
(850)638-1483 Call 850-896-8119orsewer, garbage. Sorry no For Rent; 2BR/1BA Pets. 850-638-4640. MH on 1-3/4 acres, Wau- and horses okay. Scat- Perfect for small family.
638-8899. "ets or HUD. Trailer, good condition, sau, gated, long private tered trees and estab- 770-861-2578.
SAskfor James or John. 8 850-638-3306. $250. a month. Ponce de 2BR/12BA Large Trailer drive, new central ac, listed grass$29,500
Leon area. 850-259-9113 furnished. Out side city stove & fridge. Rent $450. Cissy Faison,
RIDGEWOOD limits. Smoke free environ- Deposit $500, 1-yr 0320
SD&R Tree Removal & 602 APARTMENTS Publisher's ment. No pets. $450 lease. #814-8444 or O y 850-768-0320
& grinding, trimmings S. Weeks St. Bonifay month plus deposit. 814-9696 GHwy. 79, Bonifay,
Headliners an stump grinding, trimming Efficiency, 1/bdrm and 2 Notice 638-1272. For Rent 2BR mobile 850-547-5220
Tops Mobile Unit. I do the Carpentry, pressure wash- & chipping fence rows. bdrm, Clean, safe, afford-
t u o ing, lawn care, patiowin Free estimates, insured, able housing. CALL FOR All real estate advertising in 2BR/1BA MH for rent, home w/window A/C. Call r fr
workpateoRehome o nw re-screeningt great Homrte: 850-956-2780 or DETAILS (850)557-7732 this newspaper is subject to $425 month, 5 miles 535-2657. 3BR/1BA Brick Home for
workplace. Reasonable dowlre-26creeningeagreatus c wc S o sale. Very well kept. A M
rates on new vinyl tops rates. (850)638-4492 Ce 850-260-9479 the Fair Act which South of Chipley For Rent: 2BA/1BA mo- Fenced .yard, laundry
ne l makes it illegal to advertise 3BR/1.5BA. $500 includesbil home, country setting, room, carport, fireplace. 8100 Antique & Coectbles
and auto carpeting. Free HOLMES UNLIMITED "any preference, limitation water. Chipley city limits, central heat & air. $400. 09000Call6382165 C
estimates. Cail anytime ^ NLMTE ^, or discrimination based on HU11 approved month Call 8505- 39 Cars
leave mates, sage. (850) anytime, T SERVICE 6140 race, color, religion, sex, 850-60-9795. or 850-547-9196 New Home in Chipley. 812- Sports Utlity Vhicles
.TreatsTrees, Trimming, 2BR cabin 1BA, no pets. handicap, familial status or 850-5479196 New Home In C 30 -Trucks
638-7351 Stump Grinding. No One $400 month, 1st, and last national origin, or an inten 2BR/2BA th For Rent 2BR/2BA mobile with additional 50x150 lot. 8140 -Vans
Light iuck/Tactor Work Can Beat Our Prices. month. Deposit required. lion, to make any such pref- 2BR/2BA $550/month. 4 F or Rent: 2BR/2BA mob ile caitan dt 15 1 a
Top Soil, Mushroom Coin- Licensed & Insured. (850)-326-240,2. 8 miles erence, limitation or dis- mile from Chipley McDon- home, north of Westville$1000 cash tax credit. 8165 Motorcycles
pos, Rok, MS n Cy- Fenst Is. crlminaton" Familial status aids. 1st and last month's on Hwy. 179-A. No pets Price $1 a 05 000 8170-Auteo Parts
Spost, Rock, Sand and Cy- Free estimates. South Bonifay includes children under the rent plus security deposit. Phone 850-956-1220 or P850-535-0711 or & Accessories
press Mulch. Pick up or John Holmes, o t thpe ts Smket 850956-24708210- Boats
delivered Call: 773-3349 or 850-326-5351 2BR/2BA House for rent in age o iving wi paren moe re environment. 850-258-6018. 8220 Personal Watercraft
8or legal custodians, preg- No pets. Reference re- For Rent: 3BR/2BA dou- 8230 Sailboats
850-570-3776. 850-428-9264. Chipley. Two story with B a nt women and people se- quired. Call 638-4857. blewide on 4 acres land. 08240 Boat & Marine
CALINA'Sbasement on Blue Lake, 6 curing custody of children Recently refurbished, be- Supplies
SSod For Sale on the farm, Acres land Rents for under18. 2BR/2BA 16' Wide on tween Graceville & Boni- 131 -A t/Avation
Welcomes delivered or installed. Cen- __7 $1000 per month with ln 7120 8310 Aircrftateio
Lcod e detipvde and 419 Bermuda.CanE$1000 security 'deposit. This newspaper will not large lot in country in fay. 850-598-19322' y rn e 8330- ComRers Veriles
aLad1 B d.Ready for immediate occu- knowingly accept any ad- Washington County. New215' Hwy. 79 S frontage in 8330 Campers & Trailers
3ency. Progressive Realty, vertising for real estate Hope area. $500 a month, For Rent: doublewide Bonifayon 1+ acre. Block 8340- Motorhomes
50) 4 1 5-6 0 3 8 ;. B&M Mower Repair & 638-8220. which is in violation of the $300 deposit. 3BR/2BA Bonifay, bldg. & billboard currently
Linda comesfrOm theSMar- i(850)638-4860n Estab- Service. quality work at a law. Our readers are hereby 850-918-7876 or 535-0665. 850-547-3462 rented. Survey provided.
She would like her old cus- hed 1980 fair price. Pickup & Deliv- 2BR Furnished House, informed that all dwellings Closeto 1-10.$199,500
towers to visit her at ery Available. Bill or Mary Washer/Dryer, CH/A, advertised in tis newspa- 3BR/2BA Mobile Home in For Rent: smallewd e to
Do" 838 5th St in A- (850)63B-4492 per are available on a equal Chipley. 1 block from ele- 2BR/12BBA singlewide on c
(850)638-42 water, garbage. Smoke opportunity basis. To com- l 1-acre $350/month firsSF office building in 1998 Ford Escort Zx2,2
Chipley. 638-1271. free environment. No pets. plai of discrimination mentary school, W/D ast & $250. security de Bonifay City Limits. New vi- door, green color, sunroof,
eSewing Machine and Vac- Very clean. '$500 month, HUD toll-free a hook-up. No pets. $475 strt ydcool air. Good Condition.
For Rent first in Chipley, uum Cleaner Repair, guar- $400 deposit. 1-800-669-9777fThe month plus deposit.
Mini Warehouses. If you anteed service on all 850-638-1272. toll-free numberifor the 638-0560. fay.8 850-209-4586 ,handicarpet 2 accessible. 850-547-2017Call
n Wa rm $700/mo. Call emIarg 850-590-3479 or unimpaired iser Rd. 850-638-9933 or Hwy 79 Bonifay 1990 GMC Van.Dura,

850-638-2165. 850-894-0265. 325-233-9224, or 850-847-5220 -ittle Debbie" type. 18.000
850-638-7315. miles on rebuilt engine.
SMobile Homes for rent in Business for Sale. Curves Many new parts. Service
APARTMENT FOR RENT EMPLOYMENT SERVICES Higgenbotham Auctioneers CbttondaleonSappRoad,. fownerWoMotivatedtown regularlyMakeoffe
FL Lic.#AU305AB158 br, 2 be, and 2br, 2 be, ness franchispme th work-
Bank Foreclosures!. 4 Br Post Office Now Hiring! (800)257-4161828or9aibeTlecr________ wphrn15000r..& oin Ci
$25,000! Only $225/Mo! 3 Br Nationally! Avg. Pay $20/hr, M CELLANEOU c gaaga23@hotmai.com FOR SALE. 2002 uzuki
$12,500! Only $199/Mo! 5% $57K/yr includes Federal IC LAN OUSommercial Building in aintjob. Minor scratches.
Chpley with bee license Meage, 12,900. Price,
down 15 years @ 8% apr. for benefits/OT, Test Req. Offered A N COLLEGE ONLINE Hwy 7 $60 Re 20 Ar Ca s 7,00
listings (800)366-9783 ext fee-based test prep opt, Not LL LI Hwy 77. $60,000. A.J. Re- 2007 Artic Cat 7 EFI.
from Home. *Medical., alty& Referrals. 638-3514. Snorkeled with gorilla
5669. affiliated with the US Postal om ome al 1. axles. 27" wheels with ga-
Service. (866)713-4492. *Business, *Paralegal, tor tires. After market
AUCTIONS *Computers, *Criminal Justice. AET 7i Price, $5,500. Call
AUCTIONS la nt a sitan7100 Homes *110'x25' Campsites for (850)258-0096 for more
HEALTH Job placement assistance. 7110 Beach Home/ family fun and get-away! 5 info.
"ABO L E AU I O- Computer available. Financial 7120- commercial boat landings into Choc-
ABSOiLUT qualified. AUC (8 668 7130- Condo/Townhouse tahachee River or Holmes
Badi n Count Real Es e ONINE PHARMACY B > Aid if qualified. Call (866)858- 7140- Farms & Ranches Creek within 5 minutes of _ _ _
Baldwin County Real Estate, ONLINE PHARMACY Buy .' +7150- Lots and Acreage this secluded location. 8210
Sl I;2121, www.CenturaOnline. 7160 -Mobile Homes/Lots $4000w/ezownerfinanc-
residential, commercial, lots, Soma, Ultram, Fioricet, Prozac, 7170 Waterfront $4 o w own an-
near gulf- March 12, 1:00PM, Buspar $71.99/90 $107/180 com. 71 sProperty $200/month OR $3,000a
7190 Out-of-Town Cash).
(800)996-2877, gtauctions. Quantities, PRICE INCLUDES RealEstate *75' SUGARSAND WA-
com, family fun and get-away @
and Assoc. Inc, AB2100. Meds $25Coupon Mention Train for high paying Aviation Pla L thi n LhursOpen
G.W. Thagard #BK3009116/Offer:#91A31. .(888)389-0461. Maintenance Career. FAA7 noe Plantation Pla$,500 Fi sherman Boatpen
2.5 acres, 2002, 4BR/2BA, w/ez owner -financing 34' 1983
AU2846, AL675. tri-drugstore.com approved program. Financial doublewide, 1800 Sq/Ft, ($850 down and 34'1983
aid if quai d Htotally renovated, paved $300/month OR $6,000 Twin 8.2-Detroit Die-
-______________---------------aid if qualified Housing ooomaghORses. Fl Bidg, Out
I n road, frontage, 1 mile from CASH).Porter Properties. sells, Fly Bridge, Out
AUTO DONATIONS HELP WANTED available. CALL Aviation Bonifay and 1-10 $79,900. 850-326-6176.Riggers, Diesel Genera-
850-956-2642 *Wells and 5th in Chipley. tor (new), full cabin,
~~~~_______~~~___________Institute of Maintenance 426 2nd St., Chipley. Homesite. $30,000. Galley, Trim Tabs, Bait
DONATE OUR VE IC Hlp Wa/ in WiI-Trans (-5387. 2/3BR, 2BA like brand *Creek Road and Traverse Station, Platform with
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to Panama City Beach. Water and sewage. Good! Will Tradel Ask-
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