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';i ) CECILIA SPEARS ,:
StafftWriter
cspeais@chipleypape.com ''
VERNON Az. Hannah Fincii made
her way to Shriners Children's Hos-
pital in Tampa, she had a full trailer
pulled behind the vans that carried
her, a trailer that contained over
5 million tabs. ,
",'She finally made it," said Han-
nah's mother. Dede Finch. "She was
able to go to Tampa and present
5 million tabs for'the children. "
Dede said that another little girl
in Tampa had decided to help Han-
nah reach much higher goals in the
future.
I' ."Not just her, but all of the busi-
nesses have decided to keep collect-
ing tabs so we can take them with us


"She i (Hannah Findi),
finally made it. She w'as
able to go to Tampa and
present 5 million tabs
for the children"

Dede Finch
,- Honnoh's mother,'' ,
on every trip Tampa," she said. "It
never ceases to amaze me just how
many people Hannah has had help
her.." . ."
Hannah said that she was able
to spend quite a bit of time with her
favorite anchorwoman and local
singing star Neysa Wilkins.


"We had alot of fun on the trip to
Tampa," she said. "'We stayed in a
hotel room together for a slumber
party and played inthe pool."
Hqnnah also was the guest of
honor at a luncheon held by the hos-
pital, where the hospital's head of
the board of directors
presented her to the
group. m,
"It was sO awe-
some to see the reac-
tion to when Hannah
spoke," said 'Dede.
,'There wasn't a dry
eye in.the room when HANNAH FINCH
she was done."
On March 11-12
on Channel 7 at 6 p.m. and 10 p.m.,
Wilkins aired a four-part segment on
Hannah's trip to Tampa.'


Arts council presents Florida's delicious history


CECILIA SPEARS
', .StaffWriter.
cspears@'chipleypaper com
CHIPLEY -"Tell me what
you eat and I will tell you
what you are," Andrew
Huse -quoted Jean An-,
thelme ,Brillat-Savarin.
"My professor looked at
me kind, of funny when I
said I wanted to do a study
on the history of food in re-
lation to cultural develop-
ment."
SThe Washington Coun-
,ty,'Arts Council and the
Florida Humanities Coun-
cil invited Huse to the Blue
Lake Community Center
Sunday. March 8, to give
his presentation on "Flori-
da's Delicious History.".
"Not many people
recognize the 'astound:-
ing -relationship between


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The Washington County Arts'Council and the Florida Humanities Council invited
Andrew Huse to the Blue Lake Community Center Sunday, March 8, to give his
presentation on "Florida's Delicious History."


food and the development
of civilization," he said.
"Starting even as far back
as when man first convert-
ed from hunter-gatherer to


agricultural."
Huse went through the
founding principles of so-
- cial gatherings in relation
to food, starting from the


first depiction of the Na-
tive Americans' feast cel-
ebrations to the commonly
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WAUSAU The is-
sue of possible personal
use ot vehicle issued by
the town ot Wausau for
the use of the Wausaii
Volunteer Fire' Depart-
ment by Chief Sam Rudd
was brought before the
Wausau. Town Coun-
cil during their regular
meetings Thursday eve-
ning.
"I can not justit. us-
ing a city vehicle for per-
sonal use," said Council
Member B.J. Phillips.
SCouncil Member
Charles Park disagreed
with him.
"He's (Rudd) the only
one here four or five days
out of the week that does
anything," he said. "He's
using it to go to school,
it's riot like he's using it
for lascivious behavior."
Mayor Roger Hagan
stated that every report-
ed log in dating as far
back as possible should
be reviewed and the mat-
ter dealt with in a swift
manner.
"I'm tired of only hear-
ing business on the vol-
unteer fire department,"
said Hagan.- "It's about
time we laid every piece
of information docu-
menting event hing from
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JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
ofelsberg@chipleypaper.com
CHIPLEY Chipley City
Council approved ac-
' cepting a new parking
lot from the Community
Redevelopment Agen-
cy. The CRA recently
agreed to spend $90,000
to purchase the Sangree
parking lot at the corner
of Jackson Avenue and
Main Street with the in-
tention of presenting it to
the city.
Washington County
Chamber of Commerce
Executive Director Ted
Everett reported that al-
though the most recent
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Saturday, March 14, 2009


Vernon drama


classes in full swing


VERNON The introduc-
tion and advanced drama
classes at Vernon High
School are in full swing
in preparation for their
Spring productions for the
'08-'09 school year.
The introduction class
is preparing three vi-
gnettes from works by
Edgar Allen Poe. Called
"Night Chills,", the play-
lets include; The Tell-
Tale Heart, The Fall of
the House of Usher and
The Murders at the Rue
Morgue. Performances
for "Night Chills" are set
for May 8 and 9.
The advanced class is
practicing for "The Pink
Panther Strikes Again,"
which will be performed
the last week of April and
the first week of May of.
The full-length play, which
was adapted from the hi-
larious comedy movie, is
presented through special
arrangements with Dra-


matic Publishing Compa-
ny, Woodstock, Ill.
Watch for additional
information concerning
these two events.

Spanish Trail
Playhouse
CHIPLEY The Spanish
Trail Playhouse, originally
organized in the 1960's, is
kicking off its 2009 Mem-
bership Campaign, with
an offering of several lev-
els of Membership and
Sponsorship available.
For more informa-
tion on the Spanish Trail
Playhouse, as well as
Complete information
on how you can support
arts and entertainment
in Washington 'County by
participating in this 2009
Membership Campaign
effort, please visit www,
SpanishTrailPlayhouse.
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known fast-food franchis-
es.
"As far as preparation
goes, most of the dishes.
we know today were first
learned from the Native
Americans," he said. "And
from there it became a
veritable palette of flavors
and styles accumulated
from all of the cultures that
now reflect what America
is today; a melting pot."
One example given was
the "Barbecue Cult Sta-
tus."
"It's amazing how this
simple. concept is so uni-
versally known and re-
vered almost as if it were a
, cult-like activity, especially
here in Florida," he said.
"Think about it; it's an out
door activity and it is domi-
nated by men."
Not disrespecting wom-
en, he explained, because
women are the "backbone"
of a family's foundation.
"You see that if a woman
cooks and prepares meals
for the family, it's common,
but if a man cooks, it be-
comes an event," he said.


As far as preparation goes,. most of
the dishes we know today were first
learnedfrom the Native Americans."

Andrew Huse


"Always taking place out-
side with a large gather-
ing of spectators the man
has his three favorite ele-
mentg: drinking beer, play-
ing with fire and cooking
meat."
Taking "'a step back,"
Huse started with the his-
tory of barbecue.
"A lot of times when a
culture has a dish and they
prepare it well they have
the tendency to call it their
own and are adamant in
saying that theirs is the
original,"' he said. "Not
.many people know that
barbecue actually origi-
nated in the Caribbean."
The word barbecue
originated from the word
"buccan," and was a com-
mon dish served on the
islands to merchants and
other travelers.
"It gives you a new per-
spective of buccaneers,"
he said. &'Going from the
status of a swash-buckler
to a barbecue chief." "
Huse then went on to
what really made Floridah
stand out during the early
years of America.
"What really put Florida
on the map was tourism,"
he said. "The development
of hotels that' offered all


the modern conveniences
of a city in and of itself."
Hotels, for example
the Tampa Bay Hotel,
had what the surrounding
townspeople did not: run-
ning water and electricity.
"It is what Mark Twin
referred to as 'the gilded
age' because of the lavish
lifestyles of the rich and
bored," he said.
Eventually develop-
ment and cultural integra-
tion with Cuba led to the
introduction of "the Cafe
culture," which involved
coffee,. alcohol, reading of
the latest news and intel-
lectual debates.
"Because alcohol was
involved, women were
not allowed into the Cafe
scene," Huse said. "It was
believed, that women and
alcohol lead to less than
appropriate behavior."
During World War I the
prohibition went into ef-
fect.
"I believe if we had
absentee ballots, the pro-
hibition would've never
happened, at least'not on a
national scale," he said.
He said that his theory
was that while all the men
were away to war the wom-
en pushed for the banning


of all alcohol.
*During the prohibition
came the arrival of moon-
shine and rumrunners.
"Did you know that the
prohibition was responsible
for NASCAR?" he asked.
"During those days,all the
cars were the same; so
those who were smuggling
moonshine would soup up
their cars to out run the po-
lice and this eventually led
to them racing each other
to see who could make
their car the fastest."
The prohibition also
made the cafes open to
women and children, since
there was "technically" no
alcohol being served any
more.
"Most cafes, saloons
and bars would appear as
if they didn't serve alco-
hol when mn actuality they
would serve them in some-
thing less obvious, like a
tea cup or coffee mug," he
said. "It was during, this
time that cafes and saloons
began trying to appeal to
families."
By the end of the pro-
hibition, he explained,
the once male-only cafes
turned into family friendly
establishments. "Food and
beverage have been a vital
part in not only the devel-
ipment of Florida, but in
every culture that makes
up the human race," he
said.& "It's just something
for your mind to chew on
the next time you visit a
restaurant or have a fam-
ily gathering."


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Washington County News 1 3


Vernon council: Biddle, Hawkins and Mani sworn in


JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afelsberg@chipleypaper.com

VERNON Former Ver-
non Mayor and Council
Member Byron Biddie and
former Council member
and School Board mem-
ber John Hawkins were
elected and sworn in to
Vernon City.Council Tues-
day night.
Hawkins got 74 votes,
Biddle, 66 and incum-
bent WO. McKeithen Jr.,
50. Councilwoman Viv-
ian Brewer did not run
for reelection. McKeithen
also was serving as Coun-
cil president. Council will
elect new officers at its
Monday, March 23 meeting
at 7 p.m. at City Hall.
.Mayor Al Mani was
unopposed for reelection
to another one-year term.
Under the Vernon charter
the mayor is not a member
of Council and has no vote,
and serves as the City's
administrator.
"We want to get a little
bit more done than last
year," Mani said.
"I think we can move
the city forward," Biddle
said. "We've had a few
problems, but I think ev-
erything has quieted down
now."
"I enjoyed serving and
doing what I could for the
City," McKeithen said; "I.
appreciate what I accom-
plished and wish them
Good luck."

Turkey shoot March 28
Vernon Volunteer Fire
Department will hold .its
next turkey shoot at the
firehouse on State 277 at 7
p.m. March 28. It will cost
$3 a shot and you can win
turkeys or hams.

State Attorney: No prosecution
of Baxley
The 14th District State
Attorney's office has re-
viewed the case of former
Vernon Fire Chief and
Recreation Director Clar-
ence "Buddy" Baxley, and
apparently will not pursue
the case.
In a letter dated Jan. 7,
Assistant State Attorney'
Barbara M. Finch wrote
that she reviewed the case
file submitted by Sgt. Mark
Collins of the Washington
County Sheriff's Office.
"There is insufficient
evidence to prove beyond
and to the exclusion of ev-
ery reasonable doubt that
Mr. Baxley is guilty of a
grand theft involving the
payment he received from
the City of Vernon for work
conducted outside the
scope of his contract."
Baxley was accused of
receiving payment of over
$12,000 for City work that
City officials said was not
backed up ,by receipts or
any other kind of paper-
work. '


FHP checkpoints
Florida ,Highway Pa-
trol will conduct driver li-
cense and vehicle, inspec-
tion checkpoints during
the month of March on
the roadways listed below
in Holmes, Jackson and
Washington counties.
Recognizing the dan-
ger presented to the pub-
lic' by defective vehicle
equipment, troopers will
concentrate their efforts
on vehicles being oper-
ated with defects such as
bad brakes, worn tires and
defective lighting equip-
ment. In addition, atten-
tion will be directed to
drivers who would violate
the driver license laws of
Florida.
Officers will be on State
Roads No. 2, 10, 69, 71, 73,
77, 79, 81, 273, 276, 277, and
286 during the month.
County roads with in-
spection points include
No. 69A, 162,164, 165,165A,
167, 169, 173, 177, 177A, 179,
181, 185, 271, 276, 279, 280,


284, and Snow Hill Road.
The Patrol has found
these' checkpoints to be
an effective means of en-
forcing the equipment


and driver license laws of
Florida while ensuring the
protection of all motorists.

Annual Membership
Banquet
CHIPLEY The 2009
Chamber Annual Member-
ship Banquet is scheduled
for Thursday, April 9. A
punch reception will start
things off at 6 p.m. with
dinner at 7.
The Spanish Trail Play-
house will provide enter-
tainment with "A Stroll
Down Broadway".
Tickets are $25 per
person. Make checks pay-
able toWashington 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.'

Chipola Board of
Trustees meet
MARIANNA Chipola
College Board of Trustees
will meet March 17 at the
college. The Board dinner
is scheduled for 5:30 p.m.
- with the regular meeting
at 7.
The agenda includes;
approval 'of minutes for,
the Feb. 17 followed by
contracts and agreements,
financial report, human
resources, purchasing and
facility updates.

Creative Living Series
CHIPLEY .- Northwest
Florida Community Hospi-
tal will sponsor a Creative
Living Series at Washing-
ton County Council on Ag-
ing in Chipley on March
17 from 10-11 a.m. Guest
speaker, Darrin Wall with
Gulf 'Power will discuss
tips for'a more energy ef-
ficient home. For more in-


formation contact Heather
Shelby at 415-8119.
SCapital Lights in
Concert
CHIPLEY Thursday,
March 19 the Capital
Lights will perform at First
Baptist Church of Chipley
at 6 p.m.
Capital Lights is signed
to Tooth & Nail Records,
the largest independent
Christian record company
They recently toured with
Hawk Nelson on the Green
T Tour andalso
Kutless, Pillar, and
Thousand Foot Krutch on
the Creation Festival Tour.
This is. a free show for any
youth that want to attend.
Refreshments will be pro-
vided.

"Love Like It's
Automatic" Tour
CHIPLEY Stellar Kart's
"Love Like It's Automatic"
Tour featuring Neverthe-
less and Me In Motion will
be in concert at Chipley
High School at 6 p,m. Tues-
day, May 5.
; Stellar Kart is a Chris-
tian pop punk band from
Phoenix, Ariz. They de-
rived their band name
from working with kids on
youth camps. Their name
is often abbreviated SK, as
seen in the band's music
videos to "Activate" and
"Life is Good".
This is a ticketed event
with tickets selling for $12
in advance and $15 the day
of the show. Group rate for
25 or more is $10 each.

Easter Egg Hunt
CHIPLEY The annual
community Easter Egg
Hunt in the Park is sched-
uled for Saturday, April 4
from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at
Shivers Park, 500 Fifth
Street, Chipley.
Free hotdog plates


served from 11:30 a.m. to
12:30- p.m. while supplies
last. Take your Easter bas-
ket.

USDA Food
Assistance Program
Surplus food, donated
by The United States De-
partment of Agriculture,
will be distributed to eli-
gible residents in Wash-
ington County, Monday,
March 30, from 2 until 4
p.m., at the Canning Cen-
ter in Vernon and at the Ag
Center on Hwy 90 in Chi-
pley on Tuesday, March 31,
from 2 until 4 p.m., at the
Ag Center in Chipley.
The items will be dis-
tributed on a first come,
first serve basis, while
supplies last. Tri-County
Community Council, Inc
is sponsoring the surplus
food distribution.
Households receiving
Aid to Families with De-
pendent Children (AFDC),
food stamps, Supplemen-
tal Security Income (SSI),
Medicaid, HUD, resi-
dents of public housing,
or households whose total
household income is not in
excess of the poverty line
for the appropriate house-
hold size, are eligible to re-
4 ceive the donated food.
Any person certifying
for another must have a
signed statement of autho-
rization from the applicant
and proof of their house-
hold income. Recipients
must bring some type of
container in which to carry
their food, and someone to
assist carrying commodi-
ties if unable to do so.
Volunteers who wish
to assist with distribution
should call Lisa Biddle at
638-4520. USDA's Tempo-
rary Food Assistance Pro-
gram is available to all eli-
gible residents regardless
of race, national origin,
age, sex, or handicap.


/ JAY FELSBERG I Washington County News
Vernon City Clerk Sherry Cobb swears in Council
Member Byron Biddle (top), Council Member John
Hawkins (middle) and Mayor Al Mani (bottom) on
Tuesday night.''"


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Saturday, March 14, 2009


Local


Relay for Life under way


CHIPLEY Relay For Life 2009
schedule:
Team captain meetings will at
the First Baptist Church in Chipley
at 6 30 p.m. on April 2 and April 23.
April 30 is bank night t-shirt
pickup at 5 p.m. at Regions Bank.
The Survivor lap will be May 1
at 6:30 p.m.


May 8-9 Relay For Life events.
0. May 21 is the Relay Wrap-
up at 6:30 p.m. at the First Baptist
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Boy Scout Troop 39 of
Chipley has recently returned
from a campout in the Georgia
Veterans State Park at Cordele,
Ga. Chipley Kiwanis Club
sponsored the trip.
On Saturday, they boarded
the S.A.M. Shortline Railroad
for a day trip to President
Jimmy Carter's boyhood farm
with a stop in Americus, Ga. to
see the Habitat for Humanity
Global Villagewhich is a
recreation of living conditions
around the world and some
examples of Habitat homes
that have been built worldwide.
I Anyone interested in more
information concerning our
local Scout program can call
850-415-5905.


Project Challenge


4-H Club


CHIPLEY With the
help of a grant from the
Florida 4-H Foundation,
Project Challenge 4-H
Club recently completed
a learning garden. Club
members wrote the grant,
sponsored by the Chevron.
Corporation, to create a
garden they could use as
an outdoor learning class-
room.
Project Challenge,
the Washington County
School District's Gifted
Program, became a 4-H
Club so that they could
take advantage of the
leadership and learning
opportunities provided
through 4-H.
After receiving the
grant, students worked
directly with 4-H Agent
Julie P Dillard and Hor-
ticulture Agent Collin Ad-
cock, from the UF/IFAS
Washington County Ex-
tension Service, to begin
designing the garden.
Adcock, who holds a
degree in landscape de-
sign, taught the students
the basics of landscape
design as well as plant se-
lection techniques.
After each student de-
signed the garden, the top


designs were chosen and
integrated into the final
layout of the' garden.
Students also chose
the trees and shrubs that
would 'be planted in their
garden and learned to
work on a budget to ad-
equately fill their garden.
After several workdays
Learning Garden was
completed. Mulch, do-
nated by Kelly and Vann
Brock of ABC Fence,
helped to put the final
touch on the garden.
The area will ndw serve
as an outdoor classroom
for the Project Challenge
Gifted Program as well as
a place for the students to
hold 4-H Club meetings.
Project Challenge
4-H Club plans to write
the grant again next year
to continue the develop-
ment of their learning
garden. Thanks to the
generosity of the Chevron
Corporation, 4-H'ers are
able to engage in hands-
on-learning to improve
their community..,
For more informa-
tion on the 4-H program
in Washington County,
contact Julie P Dillard at
850-638-6180.


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Local


Washington County News I 5


Local science teachers all wet at Chipola


On Saturday (March7), two lo-
cal science teachers, Doug Smith
from Vernon Middle and Greta
Draayom from Roulhac Middle
attended a, Ground Water Work-
shop sponsored by the Science
Education Department at Chipola
College.
The teachers were introduced
to the important of ground Water k
by Dr. Santine Cuceio and Dr. Da-
vid Hilton The teachers took a Sink
Hole tour at Jackson Blue Spring
outside of Marianna and finished
the day with learning how to use 3-
D models of the water cycle and the
aquifer system.
Chiplola -provided the teachers
with great materials and resources
to take back to their classrooms.
The overview of the four. day
ground water workshop is: Par-
ticipants will be introduced to the
ground water theme through in-
ductive teaching methods, field lab.
equipment, field trip, and conser-
vation measures.
The program Will provide nec- ...
essary background for the develop- -.. .
meant of ground water related les- implemented im-the participants' 'A ,_ ,"
sons which will be submitted and classrooms.~


WAUSAU from page 1


mileage to timesheet on
the table and be done with
it."
Council approved park-
ing the vehicle effective
immediately I until the
next meeting, when the
volunteer fire department
brings their login reports.
Hagan stressed the im-
portance of keeping good
documentation on all that
is-done or used corncern-
ing any city department.
This, he said, applies to
anything from the town's
transportation mileage
sheets to employee time
sheets.'
"We must realize that
the bulk of the town's re-
sponsibility falls on us,"
said Hagan. "I know that
each one of us prides our-
selves on being honest
and trustworthy individu-


als and I know as repre-
sentatives of the people
we take a lot of pride in
what we do."
Hagan also said that
the town would be crack-
ing down on clean-up code
enforcement. "We need
some cleaning up in town
and I askall the citizens as
. a community to help do it."
It was also decided that
if there were any trailers
that were not up to code,
such as not being connect-
ed to water meter, septic
tank, electric meter,,etc., it
should be done as soon as
possible.
Four grants are under-
way for parks and recre-
ation, a water-system up-
grade and to replace the
town's well. The water-sys-
tem upgrade qualifies for
up to 75 percent of a USDA


grant with an unknown
match from the town, and
the replacement of the
well could be funded by a
$600,000 Community De-
velopment Block Grant re-
quiring no matching funds.
Town Clerk Margaret
Riley announced that for
any citizen who would like
to start early on recycling
their -household items
could place them near the
road a week before the
pick up date on April 4.
Hagan also said that
Panama City had cele-
brated it's centennial.
"I don't know if ev-
eryone remembers, but
they used to be a part of
Washington County be-
fore they became'a part
of Bay County," he said. "I
ask we send a resolution
to congratulate them and


say that it's always good
to see our children doing
so well."
The Garden Club
thanked Riley for her help
updating signs throughout
Wausau.
Citizens said that Char-'
lie Charlson and his dog
Miss Scarlet-from the PBS
television show Weird
Florida Roads Less Trav-
eled visited Wausau on
his trip of the roads less
traveled. They said he was
taking a picture of what
he said was marked as a
renowned national monu-
ment of oddity, and that
was the possum monu-
ment."
It is unknown when this
particular piece will air.
The next Wausau. Town
Council meeting is schedV
uled for April 10 at 6 p.m.


Historical Society President Dorothy Odom addresses
Chipley City Council.


CHIPLEY frompaqe 1


appraisal of the lot was for
about $79,000, it was the
owner's final offer for the
property. Prices ranging as
* high was $150,000 had been-
previously proposed by' the
owner over the last year.
"It's a fair price," said
Mayor Linda Cain.
Council also approved a
verbal understanding that
the property would remain
a parking lot. ,
SCouncil also approved
requests from the Wash-
ington County Historical
Society to improve the
property they occupy that
is owned by the City Presi-
dent Dorothy Odom asked
permission for the follow-
ing:
Bring the building up
to safety codes and ADA
compliance, as well as
make necessary upgrades
to heating and air, decon-
struction of non-bearing
Walls, relocation of kitchen
and bath facilities, upgrad-
ing wiring and plumbing,
and window replacement.
*. Construction of a
storage building for nu-
merous books owned by
the society, particularly the
Carswell books. Students
from Washington-Holmes
Technical Center could
construct the building.
Turn the walls sur-


rounding the old water
tank into a veterans me-
morial. The wall would be
strengthened, to -support
bronze plaques bearing
the names of Washington
County veterans. There
would be a small seating
area and the project would
utilize solar lighting.
In other business,
Council:
Called for a special
meeting March 24 at 5 p.m.
Sto choose an engineering
firm, discuss the FRDAP
grant for the baseball fields
anda Haskell, Inc. change
order.
Gave permission for
the annual Torch Run for
Special Olympics by offi-
cers from the Northwest
Florida Reception Cen-
ter and others. The event
would begin at the court-
house, go east to Main
Street and turn south and
end at People's South
Bank.I
Heard City Adminis-
trator Jim Morris report
that the City could try a
test of the sewer plant at
the end of the month. If the
test is good the plant could
be online within 30 days us-
ing the current method of
discharge, and brining the,
sprayfields online within
90 days.


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CITY OF CHIPLEY

ANNOUNCES
APRIL AS SPRING CLEAN UP MONTH

FREE TO CITY OF CHIPLEY HOUSEHOLDS
The City Council is sponsoring a project to collect, recycle, and
properly dispose of these items:

______'___FREE DISPOSAL OF:
FIRST WEEK: WHITE GOODS-
APRIL 6 THRU 10 (Refrig., washers, dryers, freezers, dishwashers, microwaves, air conditioners,
__hot-water heaters)
SECOND WEEK: HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGS -
APRIL 13 THRU 17 (Televisions, radios, bedding, box springs, chairs, sofas, tables, toys)

THIRD WEEK: SCRAP METAL -
APRIL 20 THRU 24 (Old bicycles, lawn mowers, motors, wheel chairs, copper, aluminum, iron
^^___________ ~scraps)

CONSTRUCTION DEBRIS, HAZARDOUS WASTE,
TIRES AND RIMS
; WILL NOT BE COLLECTED

CONSTRUCTION DEBRIS:
Lumber, windows, doors, plumbing or electrical materials, sheetrock
I HAZARDOUS MATERIAL:
Pesticides, used oils, solvents, stale gasoline, paint, paint thinners, batteries, engine degreasers,
brake fluid, anti-freeze, pool chemicals, insecticides


PICK-UPS WILL BE SCHEDULED FOR THE CITY IN THE FOLLOWING MANNER:

ALL residents NORTH of the railroad will be picked up on MONDAY and TUESDAY
ALL'residents SOUTH of the railroad will be picked up on WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY

ITEMS MUST BE PLACED CURBSIDE FOR PICK UP

THIS SERVICE DOES NOT APPLY TO BUSINESSES!
WHTEGO D,,HOSEOL FRNSHNG, AND
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March 19
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March 20
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Sprint Cup Series Final Pracice SPEED @ noon
Nationwide Series Countdown ABC @ 1 p.m.
Nationwide Series Sharpie MINI 300 ABC @ 1:30 p.m.


Fundraiser to aid

'Suitcase'Jake


More than 50 racing per-
sonalities are expected to be
on.hand for the Third Annual
Legends Helping Legends
Fundraiser, set for Saturday
at Memory Lane Motorsports
& Automotive Museum in
Mooresville, N.C.
This year's event will ben-
efit legendary crew chief
"Suitcase" Jake Elder. A
mainstay on the NASCAR
circuit for three decades,
Elder helped guide David
Pearson to two of his. three
Grand National (now Sprint
Cup) championships in 1968
Sand '69. He was also instru-
mental in- the careers of
Darrell Waltrip and Dale
Earnhardt.
Elder has been in declin-
ing health in recent years and


currently resides in an assist-
ed living center in Statesville,
NC.
For those who can't
attend but would like to make
a donation, checks may be
sent to Memory Lane
Museum at 769 River
Highway, Mooresville, NC
28117. Please indicate on the
-check that the donation is for
the "Jake Elder Fuind."
Two years ago, the inau-
gural Legends Helping
Legends event helped raise
funds to defray the medical
expenses of former track
announcer Bill Connell, who
passed ..away in May 2008.
Last year's fundraiser bene-
fited former driver Sam Ard,
who is still battling health
issues.


No. 47 gasman gets four race
suspension from NASCAR


Jimmy Watts, a crew
member for the No. 47 team
in the Sprint Cup Series, has
been suspended from the
next four races (until April
22) for rule violations dur-
ing this past Sunday's race
at Atlanta Motor Speedway.
Watts was cited for
actions detrimental to stock
car racing and going on the
race track while the cars are
racing or while the cars are
running under the yellow
flag or the red flag, unless
otherwise directed to do so
by a NASCAR official.
Watts has also been placed
on NASCAR probation
until Dec. 31.
In addition, Frank Kerr,
crew chief for the No. 47,


has been placed on
NASCAR probation until
Dec. 31 as he. assumes
responsibility for actions of
the team.
On Lap 67, Watts, gas
man for Marcos Ambrose's
team, chased a runaway tire
into the grass of the quad-
oval below .the frontstretch
grandstands during a round
of green-flag pit stops.
NASCAR' called a caution
for safety reasons, trapping
the majority of the field a
lap down, which changed
the completion of the race
for most teams as only 12
cars finished on the lead
lap.
Watts was suspended for
thexremainder of the race.


Billy Ballew cited for DUI at AMS


Camping World Truck
Series team owner Billy
Ballew was arrested for
drunk driving at Atlanta
Motor Speedway last
Wednesday night.
Ballew, told The Atlanta
Journal-Constitution he was
arrested on AMS property in
Hampton, Ga.


He acknowledged he had
a mixed drink with him in
the car whefi arrested by a
Henry County' sheriffs
department sergeant. He
refused to take a breathalyz-
er test.
"I am 100 percent sure
that it will be dropped,"
Ballew told the paper.


HOF could get crowded


Parks family to donate ite

By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazette.com
NASCAR fans are a%,,iit-
ing the opening of the
NASCAR Hall of Fame ii
Charlotte in May ofnext \ ear
As they wait the deb.ite on
who should be members of
the inaugural class, one thing
is for sure is there will be
plenty of hardware for the I
fans to see.
That hardware includes the
very first National
Association for Stock Ci
Auto Racing (NASCAR i tro-
phy ever awarded to a teamin
Ironically, that team r as
owned by one of the sports
founding fathers, Raymond
Parks. '
Parks not only won the first
race and the first two champi- From left, NASCAR Presic
onships as a team owner, he Raymond Parks and forme
was a member of the elite NASCAR Hall of Fame nev
group assembled by Bill in Hampton, Ga. The Park
France, Sr., at the Streamline NASCAR awards and men
Hotel min Daytona Beach, Fla.,
in Dec. of 1947 which led to the creation of NASCAR.
-This is just a blip on the
career of a legendary car/ ar
owner. f/fi
Parks is not only credit-_ _
ed with claiming the first
official NASCAR ,, inIt.
ever as a team owner, but is
also credited with oning H
the car that won
every race that look-
place on Daytona
Beach.
"I'm very proud of
my involvement in
NASCAR over the
years and with the
opportunityy to partner
with the NASCAR Hall of
Fame," said Parks, who is,'
94 years young. "Vi and I are" .
thrilled that my artifacts will be housed in the Hall of Fame
for future generations of fans to enjoy."
Winston Kelley, Executive Director of the NASCAR


ms to future NASCAR HOF


Kevin C. Cox I Getty Images
lent Mike Helton, Vi Parks, former NASCAR car' owner
or NASCAR driver Richard Petty pose for a photo after a
Ws conference on Saturday at the Atlanta Motor Speedway
:s family announced their intent to donate a collection of
norabilia to the future NASCAR Hall of Fame.,


Hall of Fame placed the donation of the Parks' family into
perspective after it was announced on Saturday
-. ~at Atlanta Motor Speedway.
"This is one of the most amazing and valued
Collections we could have envisioned," said
^ Kelley. "Raymond Parks is truly iconic... a gen-
i i ne legend of this sport. We are honored that Mr.
and Mrs. Parks-have expressed their interest in
I donating their family's collection to the NASCAR
SHall of Fame.
-- "7 "It is both an honor and humbling to be entrust-
ed with a collection\such as Mr. Parks and be able
to share it with the millions of NASCAR fans. We
pledge to treat and preserve it with the respect and care
that it deserves."
Parks displayed a few of his trophies at Saturday's
announcement as he was flanked by NASCAR President
Mike Helton, his wife Vi, and Richard Petty to include the
trophy Red Byron and Parks was awarded for winning the
first NASCAR race on Feb. 15, 1948 and the trophy they
received for the first NASCAR Strictly Stock Division,
which is now the Sprint Cup Series, championship.
The trophy Lloyd Seay won driving a car for Parks at
Atlanta's Lakewood Speedway in 1938, Parks first win as a


Band of Brothers
-in NASCAR'

Brothers with victories in the Sprint Cup Series
Family Brothers (wins) Wins
Allison Bobby (84), Donnie (10) 94
Waltrip Darrell (84), Michael (4) 88
Flock Tim (39), Fonty (19), Bob (4) 62
Thomas Herb (48), Donald (1) 49
Labonte Terry (22), Bobby (21) 43
Busch Kurt (19), Kyle (13) 32
Burton Jeff (20), Ward (5) 25
Parsons Benny (21), Phil (1) 22
Bodine Geoffrey (18), Brett (1) 19
Kyle Busch, driver of the No. 18 M&M's Toyota
and Las Vegas native, is hugged by his brother
Kurt Busch, driver of the No. 2 Miller Lite Dodge,
in Victory Lane after winning the NASCAR Sprint
Cup Series Shelby 427 at the Las Vegas Motor
Speedway on Feb. 28.


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SUCCES- HILLS UNIT6, accordingWayline, 394.20 feet to the wise a default will be en- information may be ob break-out o Chipley, FL. 32428. North 2 years at theFlorida
NCIAL, INC., .SUCCES- HILSUIT6'ybea-otofcsto r-Northwest Florida
SOR BY MERGER TO CIT- to the plat thereof as re- Point of Beginning. tered against you for the stained from the offices.of pairs to each Individual FamlyHealthClinic
]FINANCIAL EQUITY SER- 'corded in Plat. Book 2 at ANY.PERSON CLAIMING relief demanded in the Washington County Grant uni t CLASSIFIED AD locatedat
VICESINC. Pages 60 through 76 of the AN INTEREST IN THE Complaint. Coordinator, 1331 South 1360 Brickyard Road.
Plaintiff, Public Records of Wash- SURPLUS. FROM THE In accordance with the Boulevard, Chipley, Fla. The Washington County
vs. ingtonCounty,.Florida. SALE, IF ANY OTHER Americans with Disabilities 32428; telephone SHIP Program does not DEADLINES.
RACHEL L.COLLINSAKA The street address of THAN OFTHE PROPERTYD Act of 1990(ADA)disabled 850-638-6058 or fax discriminate against any Deadlin fr lasifid
RACHAEL MCNEIL; which is 3546 Hunt Court, OWNERAS OFTHE DATE persons who because of 850-415-5140. person, or group of per- ea ine for classifiedads 15o--
CHARLES A: COLLINS; Chipley, Florida 32428. OF THE LI'S PENDENS their disabilities need spe- Bids will be accepted until sons, or account of age, is Mn a at 12 Noon for
Defendantss. at a Public Sale, to Ithe MUST. FILE A CLAIM cial-accommodation to 10 a.m. the morning of color, country of national is Monday 12 Noon o Wanted full-hookup for
highest bidder, for cash; at WITHIN 6 0 DAYS AFTER participate in thisproceed- Tuesday, March 24, 2009, origin, creed, familial ta- h W n da aers and RV 6n private property,
NOIE O RSHE-th rotCorhos sesTHE SALE., ac 4 09"oiicedfmla t- the Wednesday papers and R npiae rpry
NOTICE OF RESCHED- the front Courthouse steps In ae with the ing should contact the local time, at the Wash- tus, handicap, marital i monthly around $250.
ULED SALE of the Washington County accordance isili Court Administration at ington County Commis- status, parentage, race, re- Thursday'at 12 Noon for the month. Deaf; write G. Ste-
NOTICE IS HEREBY Courthouse, 1293 Jackson Americans With Disabilities 1293 Jackson Ave, Suite sion office at 1331 South ligion, or sex in any of its phen, P Box 937,
GIVEN THAT,.,PURSUANT Avenue, Chipley, Florida, Abt of 1990 (ADA), disa-. 100, P Box 647, Chipley, Boulevard, Chipley, Fla. programs and activities, Saturday Weekend Edition. DeFuniak Springs, FL '
TO THE JUDGMENT OF 32428 on April 20, 2009 at bled persons Who, be- 'FL 32428-0647 telephone 32428, at which time bids and urges minority con- 32435
FORECLOSURE EN- 11:00 am. cause of t eir disabilitiesmm '
TERED IN THE ABOVE Dated: March 4, 2009. toneedtrspeciap aipte Cmmodain this- '... ,.r.
CAUSE, AND THE ORDER ao n ho r contact i t
RESETTING SALE DATE, I Any person claiming an in- proceeding should contact
.WILL SELL THE PROp- terestin'thesurplusfunds the ADA Coordinator at UCTIONS Honda Accord 95 $500! 5% down 20 years @ 8%
ERTY SITUATED IN from.the sale, if any, other 1293 Jackson Avenue,
w^HiG~or uNTY ^ hrprpe~o w ^^ ^ -----------Ac ura .Integra 94 .$150! apr. Bu 4 Br $326/Mo!
WASHINGTON COUNTY. than the property owner, Chipley, FL 32428 or Tale- Acura ..Integra 94,$750! apr. Buy. 4 Br $326/Mo!
FLORIDA, DESCRIBED as of the date of the Us Phone Voice/TDD
AS:1 Penens, mustfleaclim (904)763-9061 prior to AUCTION! 882 Acres Nissan Altima 97 $800!. for listings (800)366-9783
ALL THAT CERTAIN PAR-.within 60 days after the such proceeding.
CEL OF LAND IN WASH- sale. Dated this 6 day of March, HUNTSVILLE (ALABAMA) Police Impounds for Sale! ext5760, ,
. ~2009. ""!
INGTONCOUNTY STATE (nda Haes Cook CITY LIMITS. Saturday hondas chevys jeeps! for
,,OF FLORIDA, AS MOREUNDlAYEkOOK Und ThaesCrcitCo urt
FULLYDESCRIBED IN Clerk of the Circuo Clerko The Circuit Court April 11. Just North of listings (800)366-9813 ext FORECLOSED HOME
O.R."BOOK 263, PAGE Washington County, FIbr- By:'K. McDanielA TF R
754, ID# 00-2262-0033 Ida DeputyClerk 1-565. Sewer available. 9499 AUCTION FLORIDA
BEING KNOWN AND DES- By: K. McDaniel' Submitted By: ta
BEIGNATED ANS LOT D eputyClerk Law Office of Marshall C. Adjacent to Megasite. STATEWIDE Auction starts
BLOCK 3, SECTION 11, As published in the Wash- Watson Garner Auctions, Inc. HEALTH April 18 1000 Homes
RIDGEWAYCOUNTRYES- ington County News 1800NW49thStreet,Sute Gs
TATES FILED IN PLAT March14,212009. Fr Ld garnerauctionsinc.com, .09 MUST BE SOLD! REDC
BOOK3,PAGE163. -FTHE INHE I C 33309' 'Ken Garner ALSL 1002, ONLINE PHARMACY Buy Free Brochure 800-756-
AT PUBLIC SALE, TO THE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Telephone: (954)453-0365
HIGHESTAND BEST BID- OF 'THE 14TH JUDICIAL Facsimile: (954)771-6052 877-914-SOLD. Soma, Ultram, Fioricet,. 21155 USHomeAuction.
DER, FORCASHAT11:00 CIRCUIT' IN AND FOR Toll Free: 1-800-441924389Poa B s r $ /0 r
AMONAPRIL,13,2009,AT WASHINGTON COUNTY, As. published- In theP9 0-om
COURTHOUSESTEPS OF FLORIDA Washington County News AuTo DONATIONS $107/180 Quantities,
THE WASHINGTON CIVIL DIVISION March 14, 21, 2009.
COUNTY COURTHOUSE,' CASE NO.: PRICE INCLUDES 'LOTS & ACREAGE,
CHNIPLEY FLRIDA.L 67-2008-CA-000537 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT DONATE YOUR VEHICLE PRESCRIPTION! Over 200
ANY PERSONICLAIMINGI OF THE FOURTEENTH .ONATEH L
ANsuRPLus INTEFRoMTIN THE.' COUNTRYWIDE RVICINGHOMEp JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN RECEIVE $1000 Meds $25Coupon Mention Florida Land Bargain of the
SURLUS IFROM OTHERLAS ERIIGL AND FOR WASHINGTON '..
EAN OTHE Plaintiff COUNTY, STATE OF GROCERY COUPON Offer:#91A31. (888)389- Century! 2 acre waterfront
THAN THE PROPERTYVS
O W E R A S O F T HDT EF L O R I D A .
OF R T iS PENDEN LLOYD, JESSICA CIVILACTION CASE UNITEDBREASTCANCER 0461. tri-drugstore.com homesite only $69,900.
.OF THE LIS PENDENS LLOYD; UNKNOWN NUMBER: 08-2928-CA' Free .$169,900).
MUST, FILE- A CLAIM SPOUSE OF JERRY -FOUNDATJON' Free
WITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER LLOYD; UNKNOWN TEN- GOODMeC PROPERTIES, d at $169,900).
THE SALE.: WITH OFAN TESEC$STF OP CFORID E Mammograms, Breast HELP WANTED Private, gated community
'-IN -ACCORDANCE WITH AT(), .NPSSSINLLO;,A FLORIDA LIMITED" Ma~mmograms, ,. re s
THE AMERICAN WITH OTHERTY SUBJECT PROP- UABTY COMPANY, Cancer Info www.ubcf. --with 2 recreational
DISABILITIES ACT, PER- D Plaintiffs,info.FREE,-No
SONS WITH DISABITIES vs. info FREE Towing, Tax HELP WANTED: No Truck lakes. Municipal water .&
NSEDINGASPECIAL AC- MINNIE LEE JONES, and
OM DIN TOP ARA- NOTICE OFFORECLO- the unknown spouse, Deductible, Non-Runners Driver Experience-No sewer. Low taxes. Just
COMMODATION TO PAR, S.RE SALE. %.p
TICIPATEIN THIS PRO- ESALE heir., devisees, grantees, ACcepted(888)468-5964 rWiI-Trans
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CEEDING SHOULD CON- OTICE'-IS HEREBY o s Ad, (888468-5964 Problem. W il-Tan wi 9 minutes Orlando!
TACT THE ADnA. AD- GIVENpu or--y krown- teach you how to drive. Excellent financing.
MINISTRATOR FOR THE Judgement of Foreclosure jeor un hroug h era on who'i
CLERK OF THE COURT deeofrcs orunknoperonwho is BUILDING SUPPLIES Company Sponsored CDL Call now (866)352-2249
NOT LATERTHAN 7 DAYS dated the, day of Mardh, known to be dead or is not .._.__ __ __"
O TE 2009, and entered in Case knowntobeeitherdeador Training. (888)368-1205. FLlandbargains.com
PRIOR TO THE PRO- No. 67-2008-CA-00537; of r.aiv, ."s co rni
CEEDING, AT*IF HEAR- h CrN i o urt05CA0057,0alive,
1-009 1 VOICEA he Circuit Courtof the Defendants. METAL ROOFING. 40yr Must be 23 MIC L A-U
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1-800-955-8771, VOICE and for Washington NOTICEOFACTION Warranty-Buy direct from MISCELLANEOUS
1-800-955-8770. THIS IS' NT.. ... "CION
NOT A COURTINFOR-Cunty, Florida, whren TO:' MNNIE LEE JONES, manufacturer 30/colors in OTR Drivers- Join PTL!
NATION LINE. FER- COUNTRYWIDE HOME residence Unknown if alive
DATED: MARCH 9,2009 SERVICING LP is and I dead to all parties stock, w/all accessories. Up to 34cpm. Required AIRLINES ARE HIRING
CLERK OF THE COURT' the Plaintiff and JERRY claiming. interest by.
By: K. McDaniel LLOYD; JESSICALLOYD; through/nder or against Quick turn around. 12 months experience and Train for high paying
BDeputy Clarkne UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF the said MINNIE LEE
VESCHIOpNIXON JERRY LLOYD; JONES, andMall otherLpar- Delivery available. Gulf CDL-A. Out 10-14 days. No Aviation Maintenance
UNKNOWN 'TENANT (S); ties having or clairring to
3105W.WATERSAVE. JOHN DOE; JANE DOE have any right titleor in- Coast Supply & Mfg, felon or DUI past 5 years. Career. FAA approved
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(813)933-7722 UNKNOWN TENANT (S) herein described. if
As published inthe Wash- IN POSSESSIONOF' HE YOUARENOTIFIEDthata GulfCoastSupply.com inC.com if qualified ou ing
SUBJECT PROPERTY are complaint for Quieting Titlein
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Headliners and Vinyl ____________ $4000 WEEKLY Untapped
Tops Mobile Unit. I do the
work at youf home or / Mini Storage in Chipley. Market. ACT NOW 1-800-
workplace.Reasonable Sod For Sale on the farm, All sizes for rent. We .0 -5 faima
rates on new vinyl-tops, delivered or installed. Cen- furnish the lock. .508-0585 ,fatimak.com
and auto carpeting. Free tipede and 419 Bermuda. (850)326-2399 _____________________
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638-7351 .(850)638-4860. Estab- CARS FOR SALE
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J&JCarpentry & Thomas Stubbs Lawn B&M Mower Repair & Honda Civic $500! 95
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an ssow owlo B IL ING Vteinryissstnt s pacevfortlest) No pets. Application Park in Chipley, 921 N 2nd Lake OR, West, east cor-
Low, lw, low overhead BUILDINGS 1240 s Bvd (Corner needed. Call 638-1918. St.; & Graceville 5262 Ala- ner, 8 miles from Piggly
guarantees low, low, low Veterinary Assistant S. elvdi7th St), Chipley, bama'St. 2&3/BRunitsfor Wiggly, light, crossroad
prices P&S Discount Fur- 5 Only25x34, 30x44, Needed part-time for $750/mo, 1000 sq ft., 3 For Rent: 3BR/2BA, brick rent, starting @ $350 per Brick house with metal AUTi
PETS ANIMALS Chpey (Since 40x54, 4582, Must Move Now large/small animal prac- offices, 1 reception, 1 home, $675. per month, month. For info call roof, 5.3 acres, 17 bearing RECRA TIAONAL.
es1973) 850- 638- 4311 Must Mov e Now Requires heav lifting bath, kitchen, parking Call 850-547-3542 850-260-3026 pecan trees, 4" water well, 10o Antique, Colleactibles
2110 Pats: Free t Owed/Free Delivery and cleaning. Call 407-616-6890 For Rent; 3BR/2BA dou- For Rent, 2BR mobile for the kids. Huge barn big 8120 Sports Utility Vehics
2120-God Home 1-800-211-9593X8O 638-4857. blewide trailer, no pets in home w/window A/C. Call enough, 3BR/2BA, house, 8130 -Trucks
2130 Farm Animals/ Purchase your junk cars, Office Space for rent in house, smoke free, look af- 535-2657. living room, kitchen, dinn- 8140 -Vans
Supplies 4 Family yard sale: trucks and scrap metal. General Dunn Building, 3 private ter property. Rent negotia- ing room. 850-547-24 8150 S Commercial
2140 Pets/Livestock Alane's Beauty Shop, 1602 Free pick-up. Please Call office ca petheat/airble. 850-535-3640 For Rent: 2 & 3 bedroom ing room. 850-547-2408 810- Motorcycales
The CitytySop 102Fre of-p.PlChipllebieyomsinPoced(.New Home in Chipley. 8170 otorcycls
Wanted N Hwy. 81, (Pine Log), 850-326-6176. The City of Chipley 2nd ftoo p vacy mobile homesin PoncedeNew Home in Chipley 17- oris
Lots of teams, very nice is accepting Call Dutch 850-579-2821. House for rent: 2 BD/1 BA Leon, near schools. Rea- with additional 50x150 lot. 8210 Beats
dress clothes, 16 & Tracker Work. Can do n applications for a country setting sonable rent 850-849-5068 100% financing and get a 8220 Personal Watercraft
0 Friday & Saturday, 13th & front end loader work; Water Crewman I just outside of Chipley. No or 850-535-2680. $15,000 cash tax credit. 8230 Sailboats
r S R14th. 8a.m. unit. bush hogging; disking, dirt Minimum inside pets. $450 Fret: RBA b Price $105,000. 8240 Boat & Marine
For Sale. Red Nose Pitleveling; pushing small Requirements: month/$450 depo..Call af- nt2BR/2BA mobile
Forh/45 Sale, Call Nose hoePtrh fWstil 850-535-0711 or ASupplies
Bull puppies. Ready March 4-Famlly Yard Sale. We're. trees; digging stumps up. Limited knowledge of 6110 ter 5 pm 547-4006. on Hwy. 179-A. No pets850-258-6018. 8310 -A ATf/AdVeiesato
St 1st each. Spring Cleaning! Al must Two Kubota Front End on materials,. methods 8320- ATV/O05 Read Vehicles
s. $100 each0 SstaFt materials, methods, 2 br, 1 ba $499 Moves You Phone 850-956-1220 or833- Campers & Trailers
850-415-6927. go. Furniture, "clothes, Loaders. One Excavator. practices and ni New Everything, near Publisher's 850-956-2470 o 8340 Motorhomas
Tea CupYorkiePuppies ishes, hand crocheted No. job too small, equipment used in TAFB 719 S Bevrthnna PbNoticer 809640
d ishems aTdAotsf719s.SaBerths,22
for adoption. If you are in- items and lots of is Sat- 373-8922. water facilities Panama City 850-236-4453 Notce For Rent: Vernon, 2BR 7120
terested please email me.: urday, March 14th. maintenance and _____ ________ Mobile Home, work shop, Business for Sale. Curves
davideter4l90@hotmail.c amuntil. Hwy160. Ap t All real estate advertising in private drive, & pond for for Woman. Out of town 8110
OM. proximately 1/4 mile east repair Education viteand e1BR Apartmentin locat hip-o this newspaper is subject to fishing. Call 850-849-5068 owner. Motivated to sll fit- 1998 Ford Escort Zx2, 2
Sof Bethlehem School. Fol. 33E10e inley. Good location. No the Fair Housing Act which or 850-535-2680 ness franchise with work-\ door, green color, sunroof,
em o low signs. In case of raiExperience pets. 638-4640. makes it illegal to advertise
sign. __________________out equipment & office cool air. Good Condition.
lw i n ae hefd rain, LESSONS AVAILABLE:' High school diploma or "any preference, limitation Like New 16x80 3BR, 2 supplies 1uipme & ofmbersl $3,000.00 Caon llon
will be held following Limited space. Piano, Gui- possession of an 2BR/1V/BA two-story Apt or discrimination based on full haths on Brickyard Rd. $15,000 in Chipl + members. $3,000.547-20170 Call
weekend., tar, Bass Drums, Banjo, acceptable equivalency for rent. No pets. 638-1918 race, color, religion, .sex, 8bathsnBric5 i Chipley 850-547-2017
-l Bag Sale,Sr. Mary Francis' Mandolin, Violin, Flute, diploma. Two (2) years or 850-258-5521. handicap, familial status or Sorry, no pets850-377-9845. Email;
Waite Rural Outreach Open Mon-Sat. of experience in heavy _________national origin, or an inten- 638-4630; Night, 638-1434. galaga23@hotmail.copm
March 11-13, Wednesday Covington Music. manual labor, and the For Rent: Bright 2BR/2BA tion to maketany such pref- Mobile Home for rent rw End of March
E S S Friday 9a.m. to- 3p.m., Downtown Chipley. use of hand and light screened porch apart- crimnatlon" Familial status 2BR/2BA, water/sewer and Commercial Building in
Mrh'14th, Saturday, 850-638-5050. power tools preferably mntNo Smkr 1 crmnto"Fmlasaus 2RBAwte/wrad Cmecil ulig
I March 14th, Saturday 850-638-505._____ power tools, preferably mnt. Non Smoker, 1 includes children under the lawn service furnished. 3' Chipley with beer license For Sale: 1982
S9a..-p.m. WANTED: PIANOS in distribution systems, small pet, references age of 18 living with parents miles east of'Vernon on Pi- ,A block from 90. Walk to Chevy/LWB, V-8, auto,
3100-Antiques It----- Hammnd AN Must possess Class B 850-547-3494 or or legal custodians, preg- oneer Rd. 850-638-9933 or Hwy 77. $60,000. A.J. Re- new transmission, solid
3110-Appliances r BookOSale, Saturday, a m d rgans, Gu- CDL. 850-532-2177 nant women and people se- 325-233-9224, or alty&Referrals. 638-3514. motor,tool box. $1500.
3110-AppliCals Bo a, atd tars, Amps, Violins, ------curing,custody of children 850-638-7315. 080 850-527-3741,7 am.
3120- Arts & Crafts 13-21-09, '8 a.m. 2 p.m.:I Banjos, Mandolins,_under_18.
3130 Auctions ,Reasonabie prices..L171 Basses, Drums, Band In- Job descriptions are LARGE 3BR/1BA over 960 under 6pm.
3140 Baby Items Mobile Homes for rent in ,_______"_1o_6_pm.
3150- Building Suppliess "braryArlnex available upon request sq. ft. $650, S/D .$400. This newspaper will not Cottondale on Sapp Road,
3160-Business '. Covington Music on al positions. Downtown Chipley, con- knowingly accept any ad- 8 miles east of Chipley. 7150
Equipment ESTATE SALE MainSt hile City participates in the venient location. Rent in- vertising for 'real estate
3170 -CollctIbles nsie/outside furniture, 8 5014 Main St. Ohipley Florida Retirement cludes stove, refrigerator, which Is In violation of the br, 2 be, and 2br,2 be, cleared11 + acrhoes, partly2
310-Collectibles inside/usd untr,850-638-5050. vial.Ttleeti' lae / mstq8 4
.3180 Computers appliances, too many to System (FRS). city water, sewer, garbage. law. Our readers arehiereby
3190 -Electronics. list. For sale/ret/lease Mail or hand deliver Sorry no pets or HUD informed that all dwellings 850)258-4868 or.209-8847 miles south of 10, Hwy. 1990 GMC Van 'Dura,
3200 Firewood Mi rhn eie or opt rHD nomdta l wlig
3200- Firewoode Pass It On 3BR/2BA, 1,85 sq.ft. application and/or 8506383306. advertised in this newspa- www.charloscountryliv- 81, on Shull Rd. $35,000. "Little Debbie" type. 18,000
3220 Furniture home on 9.73 acres With 2 resume to per are available on a equal ing.com 850-849-5280 Anytime miles on rebuilt engine.
3230- Garage/Yard Sales ponds. .Call for more City Clerk, RIDGE OD opportunity basis. To com- r ooded l w p ece
RIDGEWOOD plain of discrimination call, By Owner; 6.82 wooded Many new parts Servce
3250iio/ppitmn to Goodyhingsto Eapl'eguPayRMakEoff
3240- Guons informatlon/appointment to City of Chipley APARTMENTS HUD toll-free at r ', acres, high and dry at the 638 Make offer
3260 Health & Fitness see.: 850-326-0461. 1442 Jackson Ave. 602 S. Weeks St. Bonifay 1-800-669-9777. The corner of Holmes Road 38-20________
3270 Jewelry/Clothing March' 1th & 14th PRO. Box 1007 Efficiency, 1/bdrm and 2 toll-free number for the' and Seth Road, south of
3280 Machiery/ Chipley, Florida 32428. bdrm, Clean, safe, afford- hearing impaired is Prosperity, $20,000. or
Equipment Bdm-4pm. T 2030 oopn n EM-LOYMENIt Deadline: able housing. CALL FOR 14800-927-9275. $2,500. down $158.Walso
3290 Medical Equipment Lane. Turn on Son in Law | -S ,. March 24, 2009, at 4;00 DETAILS (850)557-7732 per-month. Call Richard @ 8160
3300 Miscellaneous Rd & follow to end, Nice 4100- Help Wanted PM. 850-547-2637 2005 Honda Road/Street
.3310 Musicalna ients plus size ladies clothes, 4130 Employment EOE/Drug Free Shadow Spirt Moto cycle
3320 Plants & Shrubs/ kitchen utensils, crock pot, Informatilon ff| REAL STATE FOR SALE Land riceaTo Cnb ee a
3330 Restaurant/Hotel som e tools, nens W workplace. ma a REA ESTATE .... .p Land Priced To $5,000. Can been seen at
3340 Sportiant/Hotel some tools, n & more. 61 7100 Homes Sell; Corner lot in Community South Credit
3340 Sporting Goods what-nos & more. 7110-Beach Home/ Caryville Campsites, Union, 1044 Hwy 90 E.,
3350 Tickets (Buy & Sell) Multi-Family Yard Se 4100 1BR House. Appliances, Property $3999.00, 1 acre near Chipley, Fl.
,- l Saturday, March 14th from ------------0water, sewer, garbage fur- 7120- commercial Bonifay, $6900.00, V/2
Sam-Until. Located at 846 t Hfrom a hnidStbfru4130h.e 6170 7130 Condo/Townhouse acre near Bonifay, FOR SALE. 2002 Suzuki
8a ni.L ct d a 4 e lh a en/she Suitable for m atu -re .7140 Farms & Ranches $ 9.0 a r in G R-1000. After m market
'hSley Come $4,499.00, 1/2 acres in GSTX. R"
i u1 OO '] Hwy 277, Chipley. Come I Other adult. No pets. 2BR Mobile Home, good 7150- Lots and Acreage
Wanted To Buy antiques, get bargain. I Interim Healthcare I $500/month, $300/deposit. location in Chipley. No 71600- Mobile Homes/Lots Chipley with city paint job. Minor scratches.
n Wanted To Buy antiques, geIargin a an i rrmeale Mystery Shoppers, get 850-326-2920. 1219 Pets. 850-638-4640. 7170 Waterfront water/sewer, $3999.00, Mileage, 12,900.. Price,
collectibles,' gold, silver, I pending for .an LPN r, paid to shop! Retail/dining Woodrow Ave. 7180-Investment 1 acre near Chipley, $5,500.
dinnerware, collections, e Bonitay are establishments need un-- -'2BR/1'/BA Large Trailer Prioperty $3999.00, 2 acres Ja- 2007 Artic Cat 700 EFI.
850-638-7304 Please call derercover clients to judge 2BR. cabin 1BA,'no pets. furnished. Out side city 71o aI Estate cob, $7499.00,1 acre in Snbrkeled with gorilla
8850-638-7304 0-482-2770' quality customer service. $400 month, 1st, and last limits. Smoke free environ- 7200- Timeshare Defuniak Springs, axles. 27" wheels with ga-
Bookyou.pringVegeta-. ..orstop.by Earn up to $150. a day. month. Deposit required, ment. No pets. $450Q owner financing or ires. After market
Sbles for the freezer nowl t. 4306 51r, Ave Call (888)-523-1013. (850)-326-2412. 8 miles month plus deposit. $10,500. Call Stephanie clutch kit. Radiator moved.
0rganicHOMEGROWN., Bon1 "ay o6381272fa
S Macnna 'South Bonfay 638-1272. 1 Q- S. .1 Bradly, Tri-County Re-.Price, $5,500. Call
31 STAN PORTER FARMS, .. "...--- 7100 alty at 850-541-1099 (850)258-0096 for more
Auction 850-326-6176. Local Title Company' 7 .- 2BR/1BA House for rent. 2BR/1BA MH for rent.2.5 acres, 2002,4BR/2BA, info.
Saturday, April 4th. seeking Experienced ..* W ., Hwy 77 South, 3 miles off $400 month, 5 miles doublewide, 1800 Sq/Ft, Tw5acres & One 10 ac ---
8:00A.M.. M Real Estate Title Re- Houston Rd. Call 638-1858' South of Chipley totally renovated, paved res on Buddy Rd. One 10
saHwyh 231 N. .3 ,Ot807er. c Fax resume i for info. 3BR/1.5BA. $450 includes roadfrontage, 1 milefrom acres & One 13 acres on
-- water. Chipley city limits Gainer Rd. Owner financ- 821
Campbeiftoni, Fl. 3290 to 850-547-9597 or call nd_________1-0.79,watec. Chipley city msB d 900 Gainer Rd. Owner fin.nc-
Selling: 2 Farm For Sale: 20 HP 850-547-2025 for more *2BR/2BA House for rent in HUD approved 850-956-2642ing. For more info call Mil-
Dispersals, County, Convert-A-Phase info. C _4-0 formore_ Chipley. Two story with 850-260-9795. '-- ton Peel @850-638-1858.
Cityeanksals, Coust, ovr--Paeif. ,1900 square fast, spit
City, Bank Repos, plus Converts single phase to 3 R FO- lg rATEORRENT basement on Blue Lake. 6 2BR/2BA,16' Wide on 90level home foret, sp a lit Ior
Consignments. phases $1500.00 call Restaurant AT-r levele.efr Lhures Open
547-1001tiofor adetails Bommercas$00se/mnh ihlarge lot in country in sease, will sacrifice due to !MLhurs Open
LLC #642. 547-1001 for details Now Hiring Cooks & mesrcial $ 1000 security deposit.H Washington County. New health. Cll 850-849-068 0 Fisherman Boat
850-263-0473-Office servers. K.C.'S Pizza, & 6120 Beach Rentals Ready for immediate occu- P area. amon, or 850-535-2680 3 Singlewides, All
850-2587052-C$300 dposit.remodeled, all 3BR/2BA, 3'18
850-258-7652-Chad Gill. Apply in paersor. 684 6130- CondoFownhouse pancy, Progressive Realty, 850-918-7876 or535-0665. 3 BR/1BA Brick Home for modeled, all 3BR/2BA,
850-849-0792-Gerald i3300 .7th t., Chipley 6140- House Rentals 638-8220. 850-918-7876 or 535-0665 sale. Ve3BR/1BA Brick Home or t all under 17K. Call Bead @ Twin 8.2 Detroit Die-
www.masonauction. I. -- I _- _--- 6150-RoommaleWanled' 3 sae. Vr wel kept850-763-7780. sels, Fly Bridge, Out
com I Bruce H. Powell will not Single-father looking for 6160- Roms'for Rent 3BR/2BA, 3/4 mile from Fenced yard, laundry --Riggers, Diesel Genera-
cm be responsible for any Live-In Nanny 1 school 6170 Mobile Home/Lot 3BR/1BA Brick home for Bonifay Elem School. On room, carport, fireplace. Zone II 14x70 3BR/2BA. tor (new), full cabin,
debts made by anyone age child. Must be. 6180 Out-of-Town Rentals rent. Including W/D hook \Hwy 177A, entrance to $109,000. Call 638-2165. Home has plywood floors, Galley, Trim Tabs, Bait
6190- Tinfeshare Rentals up, fenced yard, smoke mobile home park. Call
else except myself as of NON-SMOKER and 6200o- Vacation Rentals free environment, no pets. 547-3746. Chipley, 2/3BR, 2BA like new paint, new appi- Station, Platform with
references. Call to set up 2$700/mo. Cell _brand new, beautiful lot will set up. Call Brad @ Zinc's good. Runs
3220S -'3/2/2009. 'NON-DRINKER.'Must haveezo aan HeT ance newnmnt cape patd we^___Chpe^ B ^ ,k a^ ladder, Bottom and
B&B Furniture 1342 North Need Help with Spring' interview1850-547-1001 ..850-638-2165. 3BR/2BA w/large addition w/pond on,3 acres. Only 850-763-7780. Good!"Will Trade! Ask-
RR Avenue, Chipley. We cleaning 'or other light on 2 acres, fenced. 2 stor- 45 ins. to Panama City i -
pay cash for.cleao, quality housework (vacuuming Wanted: Teacher with 40 r 1OO I-3BR/2BA House. Sunny age buildings. Smoke free Beach. Owner may finance Zone III New 16x80. ing $39,000 At
furniture. 850-557-0211 or dusting, mopping, bath- hour certification to work in Executive Office Space Hills area. $600/deposit, environment, no pets. or give $10,000 cash back. Glamour bath, open floor Panama City Marina slip
850-415-6866. Ask for rooms)? Call 415-5711 and 1 & 2 Year old class, for rent downtown Chipley. $750/month. Call $600 month plus deposit. $139,900. OBO. Lowered plan. $35,900. Call Brad @ 603. Call 850-871-9300
Pasco or Carolyn leave message. 850-547-1444 i 638-1918 850-527-6262. Call 850-258-2086. 50K. (314) 346-3303. 850-763-7780. or 850-258-0996


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