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Scouts honored with Order of the Arrow


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SATURDAY, MARCH 21, 2009

For the latest
breaking news, visit
CHIPLEYPAPER.COM

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BRIEFS

Relay for life
CHIPLEY- Relay For
Life 2009 schedule:
Team captain
meetings will at the
First Baptist Church in
Chipley at 6 30 p.m. on
, March 12, 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.
Church.
May 26 Commnittee
Wrap-up will be held at '
noon at Gloria's Restau-
rant.
Relay For Life is a
worldwide movement
that takes place in 19
countries outside the
US. Comprehensive
cancer information is
available 24 hours a day.
seen days a week at
1-800-ACS-2345 or www.
cancerorg
For more informa-
\ tion on Relay For Life
or to connect to other'
Relayers log on to www.
RelayForLife.org



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Bristol memories
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Randy Boehmer, who is heading west through 'Chipley, said he was called to the road.


"Road'


Wagon-train evangelist preaches Gospel in, Chipley


JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afelsberg( 'chiple\ paper corm
CHIPLEY The people.
of Chipley were treated to
a unique sight Monday as
a man, two dogs and four
mules traveled west with
the message of the Gospel i
, on the canvas tops of the
wagon. .
Randy Boehmer beganI
his latest trip on April 1
last year andt will, head
west before turning north
in a few weeks.
During the process,
Boehmer will preach the
"Gospel to anyone that will
listen.
Family tragedies
changed Boehmer's. pri-
orities in the :1990s. He
obtained his first mules
(two, along with a horse)
and a covered wagon in
1990, and the man from In-
diana eventually moved to
Arizona where he learned
horse shoeing and other
skills needed to travel by
a wagon. He said he was
called to the road and soon
headed out.
"Horses and mules eat
out of ditches," Boehmer
said as he prepared Frank,
Jesse, Dick and Jack to re-
sume their journey. "The
biggest thing is to find wa-
ter evenr day. That's the
life for me.


Randy Boehmer is accompanied by Proverbs and Shep.


"1 have running water.
I just run out to the barrel
and get it."
Boehmer originally
asked God for two of the
Sbig Belgian draft mules,
but ended up with four. He,
also recruited his dogs,
Shep and Proverb, to
accompany him on his
journey.


He has a main wagon
and a,feed wagon with food
for the mules and dogs. He
gathers wood for his wood
stove bni the'road or has
some provided. The only
other .need is propane for
the cook stove.
"God is good at keeping
me supplied," he said. The
four mules weigh a com-


bined 5,600 pounds and
are six to 12 years old. The
wagons are old farm wag-
ons that Boehmer rebuilt
last winter in Sylacauga,
Ala. during a stopover.
S', "It's a tough job but
somebody has to do it,"
Boehmer said with a grin
as he headed back to the
road.


Murder


suspect


pleads


no contest

By DAVID ANGLER
Floridaii Frecduni Neu papers
CHIPLEY Arthur
Lee Sisson Jr.- pleaded
no ,contest Thursday to
second-degree murder
for. strangling a teenager
over a share of a forged
check.
Sisson, 23, of Chipley,
faces a minimum of. 21
years, and a maximum of
life, in prison when Cir-
cuit Judge Allen Register
sentences him April 30.
Sisson was scheduled
for trial next week on a
charge.
of first-
degree
murder.
Prosecu-
tor Greg
Wilson
agreed;
to alow ARTHUR LEE
Sisson
to plead SISSON JR.
"straight
up" to the lesser charge
and let the judge deter-
mine an appropriate sen-
tence.
The body of 18-year-
old Daniel Eads was
found floating face down
in a pond the evening
of March 19, 2007. Sis-
son and Eads had known
each other for about year,
investigators said.
"They planned to cash
a check for $200 that they
stole from Sisson's moth-
er," Lt, Dennis Speights,
of the Chipley Police De-
partment, said two years
ago. "Eads forged the
check instead for $2,000."
Once it cleared and
Sisson's mother received
the canceled check, Spei-
ghts said, an angry con-
frontation ensued when
Sisson demanded a larger
share of the money.
SEE SISSON 15


Holmes Valley Heritage Day today in Vernon


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VERNON Preserving
.Our Past will host the
fifth annual Holmes Val-
ley Heritage Day festival
on Saturday, March 21,
at 3901 Wilderness Road,
Vernon.
Admission will be $5
per adult. Children 12
and under and exhibitors
:admitted free of charge.
Tractor pull fees will be
$5 per hook up. Gates will
be open from 8 a.m. until?
Camping will be available
with limited electric and
water hookups.
There will be a shaded
exhibitors area, various
demonstrations, awards,
kids' events, concessions,
a swap meet, antique trac-
tors/farm equipment,.and
tractor pulls are along


the events to be enjoyed.
Exhibitors may set up
as early as Friday and take'
down as late as Sunday.
Security .will be provided.
The parade of tractors will
take place at noon.
Bring the family and
your lawn chairs and en-
joy a fun filled family day.
No alcoholic bever-
ages will be allowed.
For additional informa-
tion contact; general infor-
mation, Ronnie Hudson,
(850) 548-5252; tractor pull
information, Dennis Gain-
er (850). 638-1335 or Cliff
Gilbert, (850) 265-8706; gar-
den tractor pull, Johnny
Locke, (850) 548-5117; sta-
tionary engines and exhib-
itors, Donald Wilson, (850)
233-0142; demonstra-
tions, Steve Hurst,
,(850) 579-4473; and ven-
dors, Myra Hurst (850)
579-4473.


John Cook Sr.'s 1912 Case is always a highlight at Holmes Valley Heritage Day.


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A2 I Washinatan County News Local Saturday, March 21, 2009


TECH TIPS


Kiwanis learn


How to really save on gas prices about agriculture


Washington-Holmes
Technical Center offers
twenty-four career and
technical programs. The
program instructors have
years of knowledge and
expertise in their career
areas. Mike Bowyer for
the Automotive Service
Technology Program
offers that following Tech
Tips for Saving Fuel.
The fluctuating fuel
prices are hitting us all
where it hurts, in the
pocket book. Living in a
small town
we lack
the! accom-
modations
of public
transporta-
tion not to
mention
MIKE BOWYER that living
in our ru-
ral area usually forces us
to drive further between
our home, work, and daily
stops, which means we.
are especially feeling
the squeeze of high fuel
prices. There are a variety
of gimmicks and gadgets
that claim to improve fuel
mileage so we can save
money, but most will only
make you lighter in the
wallet. The ideal approach
is to purchase a more fuel-
efficient vehicle but lets
face it most of us are al-
ready overwhelmed by the
recession and we simply
can't bear the burden of


buying a new vehicle. So
what can we do with our
beloved gas-guzzlers?
Fortunately there are
less elaborate methods
of squeezing more miles
from a tank of gas. Here
'are a few tips for improv-
ingfuel mileage some of
which won't cost a cent.
A smoother driver will
use less fuel. 'Aggressive
driving habits (jack rabbit
starts, tailgating, weaving
in and out of traffic) can
lower fuel mileage by as
much as 33 percent. To
accelerate faster more
power is needed and more
power requires more fuel.
A steady uninterrupted
acceleration to traveling
speed is the most efficient.
Tailgating forces you to
brake every time the car
in front of you, slows down.:
Once the car in front turns'
or speeds up you in turn
have to accelerate more to
resume traveling speed.
Following at a safe dis-
tance lets you merely back
off the accelerator and
coast until the car in front
turns or speeds up which
means you will not need to
accelerate nearly as much
to resume traveling speed.
Weaving in and out of traf-
fic causes you to acceler-
ate then brake then ac-
celerate again. A car uses
significantly more fuel to
accelerate than it does to
maintain a constant speed.


Remember that every
time you accelerate you
are using more fuel.
A reduction of as much
as 23 percent can result
from driving a specific
depending on your partic-
ular vehicle. Optimal fuel
economy for the average
vehicle is approximately
60 MPH, Fuel mileage
decreases exponentially
as vehicle speed increases
due to rolling resistance
and aerodynamic drag.
For every 5 MPH over the
speed limit fuel consump-.
tion is increased by 5
percent. Driving the speed
limit not only saves fuel
but is also safer.
An engine that is run-
ning rough or "out of tune"
can decrease fuel mileage
by,as much as 4 percent.
On computer controlled
vehicles a faulty oxygen
sensor can reduce fuel
,mileage as much as 40
percent. A clogged air
filter will restrict airflow
causing a rich fuel mix-
ture and decreasing fuel
mileage by as much as 10
percent. Most computer-
controlled vehicles have
sensors to detect airflow
(mass air flow sensor)
and will adjust fuel flow to
compensate for a clogged
air filter. Today's cars can
go 100,000 miles before
needing a tune-up but
an air filter should be
checked every oil change.


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Remember to use the
manufactures recom-
mended oil for your car
thinner oil reduces resis-
tance allowing the engine
to run easier.
Checking tire pres-
sure is simple enough
and doesn't cost a thing.
Fuel mileage can drop by
as much as 0.4 percent
for every one pound per
square inch decrease in
pressure for all four tires.
Tires lose on average 1.5
pounds per square inch
per month. In a years time
if tires aren't checked
pressure could drop by 18
pounds per square inch
resulting in a decrease of
fuel mileage by 7.2 percent.
Tire pressure should be
checked when the tires are
cold. Proper tire pressure
is usually located on a label
in the drivers door jam. If
one is not available most
tires perform well with 32
to 35 pounds per square
inch in them. Never exceed
the tire manufacturers
recommended maximum
pressure, which is located
on the side of the tire. Over
size tires'can also decrease
fuel mileage because of the
increase in rolling- resis-
tance due to the additional
mass of the tire.
Any act that will make
your car more aerody-
namically efficient such as
washing and waxing the
car, removing any unused
luggage racks, or simply
unloading any unneces-
sary heavy objects will all
increase fuel economy to
some degree. All of these
tips are within our ability
and will help reduce fuel
consumption not only for
you as an individual but
our nation as a whole.
Let's all do our part and
help our country become
less dependent on foreign
oil.


Orthodontics


The first orthodontist
was Dr. Edward H Angle
who limited his practice'
to straightening teeth in
the 1880is. Traditionally,
early orthodontists did
not want to see the patient
until all of the permanent
teeth were present in the
mouth, about age 12-14.
At that point, the ortho-
dontist would extract
enough teeth to-.make it
mathematically possible
to fit all the remaining
.teeth in the arch and
move them around until
they were istraight.i In
the i970is orthodontists
realized that by catching
developmental problems
earlier, they could, by
'use of appliances, direct
the growth of the lipper
and/or lower arches to
accommodate the size
of the teeth. That is why
your dentist may recom-
mend an orthodontic as
early as six or seven of
years of age.,
The process of ortho-
dontics is possible because
of the ability to move
teeth bodily through
bone by applying physi-
cal pressure to the tooth.
The bone breaks down
on the side away from the
pressure and new bone is
laid down behind it as it
moves. Actually, our teeth
remain where they are in


CHIPLEY Andy An-
dreasen, Washington Coun-
ty Agricultural Extension
director presented the pro-
gram for the Tuesday Ki-
wanis luncheon on March
17.
. Andreasen began by ex-
plaining that the Extensioi
Program is a descendant
of the original Land Grant
College System created by
Congress in 1862. In Flori-
da, the University of Florida
was created under the Land
Grant College Program.
The Extension Program
is a part of the University
of Florida's College
of Agriculture. The
College has three
sections: Teaching,
Research and the
Extension Program
to provide educa-
tion to the public
in Florida's sixty- AN[
seven counties. The ANDR
Extension Office in
Washington County spon-
sors the 4-H Program for
youth,, Agriculture, Fam-
ily Consumer Sciences, and
Horticulture. The majority
of the budget is funded by.
the State of Florida andpar-
tially funded by the federal
government (19 percent).
Washington County pro-
vides space, partial salary
funding and services sup-
port.
Judy Corbus is the Fam-
ily Consumer Sciences
Agent. She educates the
public in such areas as
housing, nutrition and sew-
ing. She recently developed
a program about under-
standing your credit rating.
She also assists first time
homebuyers in learning
about SHIP Program as-
sistance.
Julie Dillard is the 4-H
Coordinator. In addition to
the traditional 4-H program,
there are also six commu-
nity 4-H Clubs. These in-


elude the Florida Fire Ants
(home school) Club, Live-
stock Club, Project Chal-
lenge Club for gifted stu-
dents, Country Cloggers,
Sure Shots (skeet and trap
shooting), and Top Nocks
Club (archery). She also
works with the Tropicana
Public Speaking Program
in grades four through six.
All of the Extension agents
assist her with the 4-H Pro-
gram.
Collin Adcock is the
Horticulture Agent. He is
responsible for working
with.commercial vegetable
growers and orna-
mental horticulture.
He leads the Master
Gardener Program
and also works with
.the local Farmers'
Market.
Andreasen's
IDY areas of emphasis
EASEN include field crops,
livestock, rural de-
velopment and related is-
sues as well as assisting
agents. He administers the
Washington County Exten-
sion Office and coordinates
with county officials and the
University of Florida.
The Kiwanis Club of
Chipley has been providing
support to youth oriented
events and programs for
68 years and last year sup-
ported 36 organizations
throughout the county. Next
on the fund raising sched-
ule is the Kiwanis 54th An-
nual Pancake Breakfast,
Friday, April 3;, at the Kate
Smith Elementary School
Cafetorium.
The club meets Tues-
days at Pattillo's Restau-
rant in the middle of the
Washington-Holmes County
Technical Center (WHTC)
at Noon. For an invitation to
lunch, contact any Kiwan-
ian or call Elaine Chadwell,
Membership Chairperson,
at 258-3142.


our mouths because of
continuous orthodontic
pressures. The. tongue is
constantly pushing from
the inside, the lips push
from the outside. Along
with stabilizing position-
al forces resultant from!
the bite relationship,' the
consequences of all the
above is that our teeth re- Larry J. Cook, DMD
main in their same rela'-
tive positions throughout ible and can be removed


our adult life;


while brushing and floss-


The newest orthodon- ing or, unfortunately, any
tic development in the time the patient wishes.
last few years has been Therein lies one of the


iinvisalign.i The biggest
drawback to traditional
orthodontics has always
been the discomfort and


only disadvantages, the
patient must wear the ap-
pliances for them to work
and the treatment, unlike


inconvenience of the traditional orthodontics,


brackets and wires that
are actually glued to the.
teeth. Invisalign is a pro-
cess of moving the teeth
by the use of a series of
removable clear plastic
aligners. This extremely
convenient and patient-
friendly technology is
very popular because,
unlike traditional braces,
the appliance is invis-


relies upon patient com-
pliance. Nevertheless,
many adult patients em-
brace with the Invisalign
process who would never
consider traditional or-
thodontics.
Your dentist can help
you decide if orthodon-
tics is the appropriate
treatment for your spe-
cific problem.


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Saturday, March 21, 2009 Local Washington County News I A3


Scouts

honored with

Order of the

Arrow
CHIPLEY Three members of Troop
39 from Chipley and two members from
Troop 344 from Vernon, participated in
the "ORDEAL' weekend and were ac-
cepted as new members of the Order of
the Arrow.
Fellow Scouts choose the candidates
because they exemplify the ideals of the
scouting. The OA is the Scouting "Hon-
or Society" with the goal of promoting
camping and cheerful service to others.
The Scouts from Troop 39 thatattended
this year's "ORDEAL' are Nickolas But-
ler, Tristan Hartzog, and Matt Mosley. At-
tending from Vernon Troop 344 are Travis
Morris and John Robinson.
Scout Master David Bradford obtained ,
his "BROTHERHOOD" membership in
the Order of the Arrow, which is the next
step the boys will be working towards.


I: iheWaykJo Enjoy A Great Breakfast:
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I Pick up a carryout tray on the way to work.
Order ahead and we'll deliver for 3 or more
orders within 5 miles of K.M. Smith School
between 6:30-8:30am.

Tickets: $5.00
From any Kiwanis member or preorder
your tickets for delivery by calling:
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NOTICE TO

TAXPAYERS
The deadline for paying 2008
property taxes without a delinquent
fee is March 31, 2009. All mail
payments postmarked March 31,
2009 will be accepted without a
penalty.
Taxes paid after March 31,2009 will
have an additional 3% penalty.
Taxes paid after April 30,2009 will
have a 3% penalty and newspaper
advertising costs.
Office Hours
Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. 4 p.m.
Telephone Numbers
(850) 638-6275 or (850) 638-6276

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Washington County
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A4 I Washington County News


Local


Saturday, March 21,2009


PET TALK



Looking out for 'the other kind of bite'


The other kind of bite

In February, we celebrated
National Pet Dental Health
Month; a reminder for pet own-
ers to take a closer look at their
furry friends' chompers. While
most people would think of den-
tal health as cleaning their pets'
teeth, it encompasses more
than just a good brushing. Den-
tal health care should begin as
soon as your pets start sprouting
teeth.
"Puppies begin to get their
primary, or "baby" teeth when
they are 3 to 4 weeks old, and kit-
tens begin getting their teeth at 2
to 3 weeks," states Dr. Johnathan
Dodd, a clinical associate profes-
sor at the Texas A&M College of
'Veterinary Medicine & Biomedi-
cal Sciences. "Permanent teeth
begin to come in when puppies
and kittens are 3 to 4 months
old."
Teething may seem like an
uncomfortable experience for
your pet, but it actually does not
cause them much discomfort.
Primary teeth start to cause.
problems -when they wear out


"The way our pet's
teeth come together is
somewhat similar to
humans.

Dr. Johnathan Dodd
Clinicial assoicate professor at
Texas A&M
their welcome by staying too
'long and leaving the permanent
teeth with no where to go.
"It is very important that
primary teeth do not stay in the
mouth longer than needed,"
explains Dodd, "if they do they
can cause occlusion problems
when the. permanent teeth start
to grow." Occlusion refers to the
way top, and bottom teeth fit to-
gether while the mouth is at rest
or engaging in chewing..
If primary teeth have not
fallen out by the time permanent
teeth come in, it can affect how
the new teeth come in and where
they are located. "To help avoid
occlusion problems from prima-


ry teeth that have not fallen out
before permanent teeth begin to
come in, have your pets teeth ex-
amined when they are 5-6 months
old," notes Dodd. "If there are
any problems, the primary teeth
can be pulled to make room for
the permanent set."
Even if your pet's primary
teeth fall out on their own in the
proper timeframe, they can still
have occlusion problems from.
the way their new teeth are
growing in. Many of these prob-
lems are easy to spot.
"The way our pet's teeth come
together is somewhat similar to
humans" explains Dodd. "Obvi-
ously there are differences but if
you look at your pet's mouth and
see something highly irregu-
lar happening there is probably
something wrong. Bottom teeth
should never hit the roof the pet's
mouth; the teeth should never be
digging into the gums."
If your pet is having problems
with their bite, it can be painful
and can also prevent the animal
from having a functional mouth.
It can cause difficulty while eat-
ing, and even prevent the animal


from being able to close their
mouths. Luckily for our pets,
there are 'ways these problems
can be fixed.
Veterinarians specially
trained in orthodontics are able
to perform procedures and im-
plant devices that can help give
your pet the bite they deserve.
Some people might think that
putting their pet in braces seems
unnecessary, but the main fo-
cus of veterinary orthodontics
is to give animals with serious
occlusion problems a functional
mouth, not to straighten slightly
crooked teeth.
If you suspect something is
wrong with your pets bite, take
them to your veterinarian to have
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pancakes


April 3

CHIPLEY Kiwanis Club of
Chipley will hold its 54th pan-
cake breakfast at Kate Smith
Elementary from 6-9 a.m. on
Friday April 3. Tickets are $5
and can be purchased from
any Kiwanis member.
,Three ways to enjoy break-
fast: dine-in at KMS Cafetori-
um; pickup a carryout tray on
your way to work.
For three or more orders
call ahead and breakfast will
be delivered between 6:30 'and.
8:30 a.m. Delivery must be
within 5 miles of the school.
Telephone orders will be ac-
cepted from Monday, March 23
until noon on Thursday, April 2.
To order for delivery call
the Washington County News
at 638- 0212 with the number of
breakfasts and delivery time.
Your order will be confirmed
by a return phone call and ar-
rangements made for delivery
and collecting for tickets prior
to April 2.


Picture perfectday


Armed with cam-
eras, paintbrushes and
pencils 15 members and
guests of The -Artists
Guild of Northwest Florida
joined members of the Car-
rabelle Artist Association
for a plein air painting and
,photography safari on Sat-
urday March 14. A total of
24 people participated in
the event.
Artists scattered
throughout the communi-
ty to paint, draw and pho-
tograph subjects from the
lighthouse to the beach
and historical downtown
scenes such as the "small-
est police department in
the world" and a local bed
and breakfast.
Chipley resident, Jerry
Whitson created an acrylic
painting of the historic
lighthouse while Karen
Roland used oils to paint a
scenic view of the local bed
and breakfast.
Arlene Ohler, president
of Carrabelle Lighthouse
Association, opened the
historic Crooked River
Lighthouse for a private
tour and many artists
climbed the lighthouse
stairs to, take in the view
and. capture the beauty
through photography.
Grand Ridge resi-
dent, Barbara Revell,


a member of all three
organizations, coordinated
the invitation. Barbara was
instrumental in the resto-
ration project that saved
the historic lighthouse.
and has been recognized
by the Carrabelle commu-
nity for her efforts. The
access road to the Light-
house is named Barbara
Revell Lane in her honor.
Artists gathered at the
Pirate's Landing Restau-
rant for lunch and to share
their plein air painting ex-
perience. Plein air painting
is an ancient form of paint-
ing a scene outdoors as
the artist views it through,
clear, fresh air.
New members are al-
ways welcome and visitors
are encouraged to attend a
regularly scheduled meet-
ing.
The Artists Guild of
Northwest Florida, Inc. is
a 501(c)(3) not for profit
Florida Corporation based
in Jackson County. The
organization's mission is
to enrich the cultural and
artistic life of Northwest
Florida and the surround-
ing areas through educa-
tional programs and op-
portunities in the visual,
performing and literary
arts.
For information regard-


ing meetings, programs
and educational opportu-
nities contact Michele Ta-
bor Kimbrough, president
at 557-0655 or Write: The
Artists Guild of Northwest
Florida, Inc. PO. Box 1605,
Marianna, Fl. 32447.

58th annual All Florida Juried
Competition and Exhibition at the
Boca Raton Museum of Art
Florida's oldest, state-
wide, annual juried all-me-
dia competition returns to
the Boca Raton Museum
of. Art June 10 through
August 30, showcasing
-the best prominent and
emerging Florida artists
today. Now celebrating its
58th anniversary of the All
Florida, the Museum is
proud to strengthen this
commitment to Florida
artists.
The Museum is request-a
ing all working artists who I
reside in Florida consider
submitting their works for
this highly popular exhibi-
tion.
The deadline for sub-
missions is Monday, April
22.
To access the online
application process, visit
www.bocamuseum.org/aUl-
florida.
For additional informa-
tion, call 561-392-2500


Karen Roland shares her oil painting she created.during the plein air painting
outing in Carrabelle.


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Chipley Cha

CHIPLEY The 2009 Cham-
ber Annual Membership
Banquet is scheduled for
Thursday, April 9 at the
Washington County Ag Cen-
ter in Chipley A punch re-
ception 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 payable to. Wash-
ington 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.

USDA Food
Assistance Program
Surplus food, donated by
The United States Depart-
ment of Agriculture, will
be distributed to eligible
residents in Washington
County, Monday, March 30,
from 2 until 4 p.m., at the,
Canning Center in Vernon
: and at the Ag Center on
Hwy 90 in Chipley on Tues-
day, 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.

Aid to Families
Households receiving
Aid to Families with De-
pendent Children (AFDC),
food stamps, Supplemen-
tal Security Income (SSI),
Medicaid, HUD, residents
of public housing, or house-
holds whose total house-
hold income is not in ex-
cess of the poverty line for
the appropriate household
size, are eligible to receive
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 Tem-
porary Food Assistance
Program is available to all
eligible residents regard-
less of race, national origin,
age, sex; or handicap.

Twilight now showing
CHIPLEY-The Washington
County Library in' Chipley
will show the movie Twi-
light on March 27 at 4:30
p.m. Take a snack to share
or a bottle of soda.

Tour of Gardens
CHIPLEY Chipley Garden
Club's "Tour of Gardens"
will be followed by an Eng-
lish Tea on March 28 and
April 4.
The tour will start at the
home of Edwina Showers,
750 Fifth Street, in Chipley
at 9 a.m. and continue to


SISSON
from page 1.

SEads denied cashing the
forged check for.the higher
amount and refused to give
Sisson a bigger share, Spei-
ghts said.
Police said the conver-
sation led to a meeting
between the two at a resi-
dence on Bennett Drive;
where Sisson told Eads
"they had to talk."
They walked to the pond


about a half-mile off Ben-
nett Drive.
Speights 'said evidence
showed that there was a
struggle about 40 feet from
the pond, where Sisson ap-
parently strangled Eads,
then tossed his body into
the pond.


amber to hold membership banquet __

Glenda Wilson's home, 2071 Participants will stand log on to www.Emerald- I GIL'S AUTO MEDIC
Orange Hill Road, Chipley on the decks of the Lady CoastHonorFlight.com lr 950 E. Hwy. 90 Bonifay, FL
at 10:30 followed by an Eng- Anderson and hit large tar- (850) 547-0404
lish tea. gets at different distances CHS Cow Chip I TRANSMISSIONS REBUILT (3 Year/36,000 Warranty) I
An English tea consists floating in the bay. Space TIRES AT LOW PRICES
of two kinds'of sandwiches, is limited to 25 teams with Festival I NAME BRAND QUALITY TIRES AT LOW PRICES
scones with strawberry four members per team. CHIPLEY Chipley High 3 HAND PICKED PRE-OWNED VEHICLES I
jam and mock Devonshire Environmentally friendly School is planning a Cow hT RNOS'I SI
cream, together with Eng- golf balls float. Chip Festival Saturday,
lishtea. Other entertainment Sept. 26 at new CHS "__ -
lAst is .7 for garden includes a silent auction. norts Fielrd sstartincg Wt


club member and $10 each
for non-members. Tickets
are available from Edwina
Showers 638-1777 or Glenda
Wilson 638-9138. Tickets will
be sold on first come basis
and are limited to 40 each
day with no exception and
no tickets sold at the door.

Annual Easter Egg
Hunt
CHIPLEY The annual
community Easter Egg
Hunt in the Park is sched-
uled for Saturday, April 4
from 1i a.m. to 1 p.m. at
Shivers Park, 500 Fifth
Street, Chipley.
i Free hotdogplates served
from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
while supplies last. Take
your Easter basket.

Finance and Fraud
Seminar
CHIPLEY Northwest Flor-
ida Community Hospital
will host a financial abuse
and fraud seminar at Wash-
ington County Council on
Aging March 25 from 10-11
a.m. The seminar is free to
the public.

Celebrity Golf
Challenge
PANAMA CITY The third
annual Celebrity Golf Chal-
lenge with pro-golfer Rob
Strano and television pro-
ducer Mike Norris will be
aboard the Lady Anderson
dining yacht on March 28 at
4:30 p.m.
Reserve now for the
most unique golfing experi-
ence ever.


a live auction with Scott
Rossman of WJHG-TV,
awards dinner, and live
dance band Seabreeze.
All proceeds benefit
Hearts of Hope Interna-
tional a non-profit .chil-
dren's home that tempo-
rarily houses orphans from
around the world in need of
major medical care that is
not available in their home.
countries.
Sponsorships and tick-
ets are available, call 850-
234-5940 or 1-800-874-2415.

Fourth Honor Flight
Mission
CongressmanJeffMiller
announced the fourth mis-
sion of the Emerald Coast
Honor Flight. The flight is
scheduled for Wednesday,
April 29. The previously
announced third flight is
scheduled for April 1.
World War II veterans
are flown to Washington DC
to visit the WWII Memorial
and Arlington Cemetery.
Due to the high de-
mand from WWII veterans
and the generosity of in-
dividuals and businesses
throughout the community
made a second flight this
spring possible. -
After the selection of vet-
erans for the April 1 Honor
Flight is finished, the flight
board, will begin selecting
attendees for the April 29
flight from the pool of re-
maining applications. There
is no need to reapply.
Send requests for an ap-
plication for an honor flight
to Emerald Coast Honor
Flight, PO Box 86, Pen-
sacola, FL 32591-0086 or


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10 a.m.
Cow Chip Bingo will
pit your luck against the
gastronomicgl actions of
a cow and her ability to
do "what comes natural-
ly." A 50 x 50 yard playing
area will be divided into
squares. Each square
represents a "land deed
parcel" that can be
purchased for $5 each.
Checks should be made
payable to Chipley, High
School.
At noon on Sept. 26
the cows will be brought
onto the field and the
first three "chips' will be
recorded and measured
by the Cow Chip Judges.
They will then locate the
land deed parcels and
determine the winners.
First chip wins $250; sec-
ond chip wins $500 and
the third chip wins $1,000,
actual amounts will be
based on the percentage
of total parcels sold.
Your "deed" to a Cow
Chip Bingo square con-
fers no actual rights of
ownership to the land. It
is only valid on the day of'
the event for the dura-
tion of the game,
Other planned events
include Kiss the Cow,
Cow Chip Tossing, hay
rides for the kids, 5K
"Cow Trot", Jail and Bail,
barbeque, baked goods
and concessions.
Official sponsors are
ProfessionalPrintingand
Designs, Stones Chipley
Packing co., Washington
County Farm Bureau,
Washington-Holmes Cat-
tleman's Association and
the Westerner, Inc.


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6 I Washington County News NASCAR Saturday, March 21, 2009



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'March 21
Nationwide Series Coors Light Pole Qualifying SPEED @ 11 a.m.
Sprint Cup Series Final Pracice SPEED @ noon
Nationwide Series Countdown ABC. @ 1 p.m.
Nationwide Series ,Sharpie MINI 300 -'ABC @ 1:30 p.m.
March 22
NASCAR Now- ESPN2 @ 9 a.m.
NASCAR RaceDay SPEED @ 10:30 a.m.
Sprint Cup Pre-Race Show I FOX @ 12:30 p.m.
Sprint Cup Food City 500 FOX @ 1 p.m.
NASCAR Victory Lane SPEED @'7 p.m.
March 26
NASCAR Now- ESPN2 @ 4. p.m.
March 27
Camping World Truck Series Practice SPEED @ 10 a.m.
Sprint Cup Practice SPEED@ 11 a.m.
Camping World Truck Series Final Practice SPEED @ 12:30 p.m.
Spring Cup Coors Light Pole Qualifying SPEED @ 2:30 p.m.
NASCAR Now- ESPN2 @ 4 p.m.
Trackside at.Martinsville: SPEED @ 6 p.m.
March 28
CW Truck Series Keystone Light Pole Qualifying SPEED @ 8 a.m.
NAS!CAR Live SPEED @ 9 a. rm.
Sprint Cup Series Practice- SPEED @ 9:30 a.m.
Sprint Cup Final Practice SPEED @ 10:30 a.m.
Truck Series Kroger 250 FOX @ 1 p.m.


The Next Lap Am


April 4
Texas
O'Reilly
300


March 28
Martinsville
Kroger
250


April 5
Salem, Ind.
Kentuckiona
Ford 200


Nationwide Series Crewman

violates substance policy


John Boyd, a licensed
crew member for the No. 23
team in the Nationwide
Series, has been indefinitely
suspended from NASCAR
for violating the sanctioning
body's substance abuse poli-
cy.
On March 9, Boyd was
found to have violated
NASCAR substance abuse
policy, :"We strongly support
NASCAR and'their contin-


ued effort regarding their
substance abuse policy,"
said Rob Fuller, owner of
the No. 23 R3 Motorsports
team. "NASCAR respect-
fully contacted us in
advance to inform us of the
test results for Mr. Boyd.
We thank them for their pro-
fessionalism in this matter.
Mr. Boyd must now deal
directly with NASCAR
regarding this issue"


A 'Start and Park' crackdown


NASCAR won't create a
hard-line rule prohibiting
Sprint Cup teams from start-
ing a race and then parking
their car a few laps later, but
NASCAR Vice President of
Competition Robin
Pemberton said Friday there
is an increased emphasis on
making sure that the reason
a team gives for falling out
of the race is legitimate.
Although there are only
36 cars that have the funding
to run the entire season, sev-
eral teams are trying to make
races each week. In past
years, when there haven't


been 43 fully funded cars,
some drivers started the
race, parked in the opening
laps and pocketed the last-
place money. "We' owe it to
the garage area [to make
sure] that everybody is on
the up-and-up," Pemberton
said in the Atlanta Motor
Speedway garage Friday.
"When they call [they're]
, out, we will continue to iook
at what put those cars out.'
What, we're going to
' encourage at this level here
is that people participate
and do what they can do to
race."


Smith and Penske suffer loss


NASCAR Team Owner,
Roger Penske and Bruton
Smith, the- chairman of
Speedway Motorsports Inc.
have both fallen off the
Forbes' list of the world's
billionaires; Other


Robby Gordon
Second-generation veter-
an Las Vegas desert racer
Brian Collins roared through
the tugged trails and washes
of Mexico's Baja California
desert Saturday, earning his
second straight overall and
SCORE Trophy-Truck vic-


NASCAR related still on the
list include: Roush Fenway
Racing co-owner John
Henry, John Menard who
sponsors the #98 Ford of son
Paul and Red Bull Racing
owner Dietrich Mateschitz.


second in Baja
tory in the #12 Collins
Motorsports Mopar Dodge
Ram1500 at the 23rd Tecate
SCORE San Felipe 250
desert race. NASCAR's
Robby Gordon finished 2nd
in the SCORE Trophy-Truck
class.


Bristol has a down side


Spring


brings


By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazette.com
Bristol is known'for some
wild races,.big battles, and one
of the most exciting half-mile
high-banked tracks around, but
April 1, 1993 will be a date the
track would rather forget.
On his way to Bristol after a
public relations stop in
Knoxville, Tenn., defending
NASCAR Champion Alan
Kulwicki and three Hooter's
executives died in a plane
crash as their private plane
crashed just short of the run-
way.
Many rememnerber the
solemn rainy Saturday morn-
ing when Kulwicki's hauler
pulled out of the Bristol infield,
made a lap and then departed
the track.
Memories of that weekend
still remain for people like his
crew chief at the time, Paul
Andrews.
Andrews, who is how the
crew chief of Rick Ware
Racing's No. 31, still has a lot
of emotions every time this
track comes up on the racing
calendar.
'"It weighs on your mind
when you are going there and it
is on'your mind when you
leave," said Andrews 'who saw
Bristol as the track to kick start
Kulwicki's 278 point charge to
win the 1992 Sprint Cup Series
Title by 10 points over Bill
Elliott. "But you are so busy
and focused on the job at hand
it helps to keep you frpm
dwelling on it."
Bristol was the last time
Kulwicki ever ran the now
famous Polish Victory Lap fol-
lowing a win.
The Polish Victory Lap was
not the only thing special about
the Greenfield,. Wisc., native


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2008 Pole Winner (mph).
Jimmie Johnson rain out
2008 Race Winner (mph)
Jeff Burton B9.775
Track Qualifying Record
Ryan Newman- 12'8.709
m.p.h. (2003)
Track Race Record
Charlie Glotzbach.- 101.074
m.p.h. (1971)


back hard memories for Andrews


Alan Kulwicki celebrates winning the 1992 NASCAR
Sprint Cup Series title in what some observers called the
greatest NASCAR race ever.
.who was not your typical NASCAR driver. As a driver/owner
many laughed about Kulwicki who was seen, at times in his driv-
ers suit with a brief case in one hand and a helmet in the other.
That wasn't the only- difference. In a sport where many only
had a high school diploma; Kulwicki came in with his engineer-
ing degree from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
"Alan was very good at strategy and thinking while driving,"
saidAndrews. "He didn't like hearing he would slow down when
he talked, but every driver does some.at first.
"But he would do things like ask for the numbers on gas and
Danny Glad, our engine man, would give them to him and Alan
would call back and give us his number which Danny would


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right."
That was just a small exam-
ple of Kulwicki and his racing
knowledge.
He even helped the Wood
Brothers win the spring race at
Atlanta in '1993, which was the
final race he competed in.
Kulwicki was out of the
race early due to an incident
and was standing around the
Wood Brothers pit when he
told them to tell their driver to
save gas.
That advice helped the,
Wood Brothers win with
Morgan Shepherd behind the
wheel of the car as Shepherd
when around 65 laps on a tank
of gas.
"Alan was very smart
behind the wheel of a race car,"
said Andrews, who Kulwicki
hired at the suggestion of Rusty
Wallace. "He had the book
smarts, but lacked common
sense, but he had a lot of racing
common sense and that is what
mattered on the track."
Kulwicki even laughed
about his uphill battle in
NASCAR and made a joke of
it at the final race of '92 in
Atlanta, which featured the
/"Underbird."
"We were racing at North
Wilkesboro (N.C.) when it first
happened;" recalled Andrews.
"The car got a little damage in
the race and the "TH" of
Thunderbird was missing off
the car and we thought it was
cool.
"As the season wore on we
were digging ourselves out of
the points hole we dug for our-
selves and going into Atlanta
someone brought it up and we
all agreed. So we talked to
NASCAR and Ford and did
that with their blessing."




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bled persons who, be- 30 days from the date of the first publication 'of this 30 days from the date of SESSION BY THE BOARD; within the sixth month pe- Telephone and fax num- terested please email me.
cause of their disabilities, the. first publication of this notice of action; otherwise the first publication of this AND PROVIDING THAT riod described above, will bers with area code. davidpeter4190@hotmail.c
need special accommoda- notice of action; otherwise a default will be entered notice of action; otherwise THEY SHALL MAKE be awarded by the Proposals must include all om
1100 Legal Advertlsing tioI to participate in this a default will be entered against you for the relief a default will be entered FUNDING RECOMMEN- County. It will be the re- the information required by
1110 Classified Notices proceeding should contact against you for the relief demanded in the Corn- against you for the relief DATIONS, RECOGNIZING sponsibility of the bidder the RFP documents, The
1120- Public Notices/ the ADA Coordinator at demanded in the Corn- plaint field herein, demanded In the Corn- THAT MOST, IF NOT ALL, to keep up with which lots Washington County Yorkle and Yorkie mix
Announcements 1293 Jackson Avenue, plaint filed herein. plaint filed herein. OF THE FUNDS WILL BE remain available for pur- School Board reserves the breeders, for sale because
1130- Adoptions Chipley, FL 32428 or Tele- WITNESS my hand and APPLIED TO DEBT RE- chase. This.information right to reject any and.all of health problems. Make
1150- Personals phone Voice/TDD WITNESS my hand and 'the Seal of this Court, this WITNESS my hand and TIREMENT; PROVIDING may be obtained on the proposals or cancel, the offer, call between six and
1a16 Lost (904)763-9061 prior to the Seal of this Court, this 17 day of Feb., 2009. the Seal of this Court, this AN EFFECTIVE DATE. County website. project prior to execution eight p.m, 850-547-4048
1170 Found such proceeding. 17 day of Feb., 2009. 17 day of Feb., 2009. PERSONS DESIRING TO Many, if not all of the lots, of contract, for details.'
l Dated this 6 day of March, LINDA HAYES COOK, SERVE ON THE ADVI- were deeded to the As published in the Wash-
Linda Hayes Cook CLERK OF THE COURT WASHINGTON COUNTY, CLERK OF THE COURT BE A RESIDENT AND/OR County will convey these March 21. 28, April 4,
1100 ClerkOfThe Circuit Court WASHINGTON COUNTY, FLORIDA WASHINGTON COUNTY, PROPERTY 'OWNER lots by County Deed. The 2009.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT By: K. McDaniel FLORIDA By K. McDariel FLORIDA WITHIN THE BENEFIT Buyer will be responsible 2130
FOR WASHINGTON Deputy Clerk By K. McDaniel As Deputy Clerk By K. McDaniel UNIT. PERSONS DESIR- for quieting title on the lots
COUNTY, FLORIDA Submitted By: As Deputy Clerk As Deputy Clerk ING TO SERVE ON TI-E If required or desired. For Sale: young chickens,
CMIL ACTION Law Office of Marshall C. Timothy J. Sloan, Esq ADVISORY, COMMITTEE All lots purchased will be Rhode Island Red, Par-
CASE NO. 67-08-CA-057 Watson Timothy J. Sloan, Esq 427 McKenzie Avenue Timothy J. Sloan, Esq MUSTSUBMITARESUME closed by the County At- 1110 ] tridge Rocks, anconas,
1800 NW 49tO Street, Suite .427 McKenzie Avenue RO. Box 2327 427 McKenzie Avenue .TO THE COUNTY OFFICE torney. The County will dominiques, black
REGIONS BANK, etc., 120 RP.O. Box2327 .Panama 'City, Florida RO. Box 2327 BY APRIL 1,2009. pay the County Attorney r '-'--- --- ---S' carnish, (large-size), all
Plaintiff, Fort Lauderdale, Florida Panama City, Florida 32404-2327 Panama City,' Florida The time of this meeting' for closing the purchased COLOR SELL I pure breeds. BillI Thomas
v. 33309. 32404-2327 As published in the 32404-2327 will be 1:00 p.m. or as lots, and the Purchaser Gel Your Classified Ad 850-956-2972
'BRENDA ANN JUDD, at Telephone: (954)453-0365 As published in the Washington County News As published in the soon after as possible. shall payfor the documen- I In I
al., Facsimile: (954)771-6052 Washington County News March 21,28, 2009 Washington County News DATED this 13th, day of tary stamps and for the re- I COLOR!. I
Defendants\,. Toll Free: 1-800-441-2438 March 21,28, 2009., IN THE CIRC COURT March 21, 28, 2009. March, 2009. cording of the deeds. Call now for details...
As published in' the IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Peter Herbert DATED this 25th day of and be notcedl
NOTICE OF SALE Washington Count News IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTEENTH IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. Admnisrator November, 2008. day of 6380212
March1 4,21,2009.- L OF THE FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITINAND FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL Washington County WASHINGTON COUNTY or
Notice isherebygiven ,JUDICIALCIRCUIT IN AND FOR WASHINGTON CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR mmissi COMMISSION, 547-9414
that, pursuant to a Sum- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR WASHINGTON COUNTY, FLORIDA WASHINGTON COUNTY, A published in the BY: Peter Herbert L--- -J-
mary Judgment entered in OF THE FOURTEENTH COUNTY, FLORIDA CIVIL COURT DIVISION FLORIDA PROBATE DIVI- Washington County News County Administrator
the above-styled cause in JUDICIALCIRCUIT IN AND CIVIL COURT DIVISION CASE NO.: 67-08CA-285 SION March 18, 21,25, 2009 As published in the Wash- .
the Circuit Court of.Vash- FOR, WASHINGTON, CASENO.: 67-08-CA-293". CASE NO: 67-0-CP-011 ington County News Janu- ...p.lihedin he sh
ington County, Rorida the COUNTY, FLORIDA THE DELTONA PUBLIC NOTICEngton Coty News Janu-
Clerk of Washington CIVIL COURT DIVISION, -THE DELTONA CORPORATION, IN RE: THE ESTATE OF 30 -n t u1s
County will sell the prop- CASE NO.: 67-08-CA-284 'CORPORATION, a Delaware corporation MARGUERITE L. FIELD- YOU AREHEREBY NOTI- REQUEST FOR PRO- 3110 -Appliances
arty situated in Washing- DLTONA a Delaware corporation Plaintiff, ING, FIED that the Board- of POSAL FOR CONSTRUC- The Practice.of 3120 Arts & Crafts
ton County, Roridade- THE DELTONA CORPO Plaintiff, vS. Deceased. : County Commissioners of TION MANAGEMENT Maurice Marholiri, D.O. 3130 -Auctions.
scribed as: RATION, vs. ROCKELL BROWN Washington County, Flor- SERVICES FOR THE VER- will be closing 3140- Baby teams .
Description of Mortgaged a Delaware corporation 'TATYANA POLANSKY An Unmarried Peson NOTICE TO CREDITORS ida, will hold an Executive NON ELEMENTARY Effective March 28, 31 Busilding Supplies
and PersonalProperty Plaintiff An Unmarried Person Defendant. (SUMMARY ADMINIS- Session for the purpose of SCHOOL ESE CLASS- '2009 Equipment
Lot 8, Block397ofSUNNY vs. -Defendant. TRATION) discussing settlement ne- ROOM RENOVATIONS Patients may acquire 3170- Collectibles
HILLS UNIT 6, according MARLON BOODOO. NOTICE OF ACTION TO ALL PERSONS HAV- gotiation, strategy and liti- AND RESTROOM RE- their medical records 3180 Computers
to the platthereofasr AnUnmarried Person NOTICE OF ACTION TO: ROCKELL,BROWN, ING CLAIMS OR DE- gation expenditures in a MODEL by calling 3190 Electronics
to the plat thereof as re- An ad3200- FirewPod
corded in Plat Book 2 at Defendant. TO:TATYANA POLANSKY, whose last known address MANDS AGAINST THE matter of pending litigatiQn (850)415-8185 3200 oFree P On
Pages 60 through 76 of the whose last known address is4PHEBECOURT, SICK- ABOVE ESTATE. MONDAY, MARCH 23, WASHINGTON COUNTY or come by the office 3220 Furniture'
Public Records of Wash- NOTICE OF ACTION is 17 ESSINGTON LANE, LERVILLE, NJ 08081, if You are hereby notified 2009, commencing at 9:00 SCHOOL BOARD located at 3230 Garage/Yard Sales
ington County, Florida. TO: MARLON BOODOO, PALM COAST, FL 32164, if alive, and if dead, their un- that an Order of Summary a.m. The meeting will be Notice is hereby given that .1360 Brickyard Road, 3240 -Guns
The street address of whose last known address alive, and if dead, their un- known spouse, heirs, dvi- Administration will. be or held at the Board's regular the Washington County Chipley, FL 32428. 3250 Good Things to Eat
which s 3546Hunt Court is 2609 ARBOR LANE, known spouse, heirs, devi- sees, grantees, creditors has been entered in the, meeting place located at School Board. s seeking Records will be retained 3260 Health &Fitness
Chipley, Florida 32428. ROYAL PALM BEACH, FL sees, grantees, creditors or other parties claiming estate of MARGUERITE L. 1331 South, Boulevard, proposals from qualified for 2 years at the 3280| Machinery/
at a Public Sale, tthe 33411, ifalive,andIfdead, or other parties claimingby, through, under or FIELDING, deceased, File Chipley, Florida construction management Northwest Florida Equipment
highest bidder, for cash, at their unknown spouse, by, through, 'under or, against them and all other Number 67-09-CP-011, by The meeting will convene services for the renovation Family Health Clinic 3290 Medical Equipment
thafront Courthouse steps heirs, deyisees, grantees, against them and all other personscl anyright the Circuit Court for Wash- in public session, after. of ESE classrooms and re- located at 3300 Miscellaneous
of the Washington.County creditors or other parties persons claiming any right, title or interesting the real ington County, Florida, which the executive ses- stroom remodeling at the 1360 Brickyard Road. 3310 Musical Instruments
Courthouse, 1293Jackson claiming by, through, un- title or interest in the real Probate Division, the ad- sion'will commence. The Vernon Elementary 3320 Plants & Shrubs/
Courthouse, 1293Jacksonproperty described dress of which is-c/o Mrs. only persons permitted to School, 3665 Roche Ave- Supplies
Avenue,. Chipley' Florida, der or against them and all property described below. property decribedb iow nly persons permitted to ;hoo o 3330 Restaurant/Hotel
32428 onApri20,2009a other persons claiming YOU AREHEREBY NOT nda Hayes Cook, Clerk attend the Executive nue, Vernon, Florida. 3340 Sporting Goods
11:00 am. any right, title or interest in YOU ARE HEREBY FIlED that an action to fore- of the Court, RO. Box 647, Session are: the Board Required construction 3350 Tickets (Buy & Sell)
Dated:March 4,209. therealpropertydescried NOTIFIED that an action to close a mortgage n the Chipley, Florida Members, the Chief Ad- management services
below. foreclose'a mortgage on following property in 32428-0647; that the mninistrative Officer of the include, but are not limited
.. .. lose'a nDecedent's date of death Board,tt to: solicitation and review
Any person claiming an in- YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI- the following property in Washington County, F Decedent's date of death Board, the Board's Attor- to: solicitation and review Wanted full-hoop for
terest in.the surplus funds FlED that an action to fore- Washington County, Flor- a:Flor was December 2008; neys, and an Official Court of construction bids, ad- RV on private prope
from the sale, if any, other close a mortgage -oh the ida: ide that the total value of the Reporter. Following the Ex-ministration ofcohtracts RV on private around $250rty,
thanthproperty olwgestate is $exempt, and that
than theproprty owner following property in 25 Block 287 of Lot 3, Block 294, the names and addresses Session, the Board for information submittals month. Deaf; write G. Ste- Wanted To Buy antiques,
as of the date of the Us Washington County, Ror- Lot SUNNY HILLS UNIT th will reconvene in public construction scheduling phen, PO Box 937, collectibles, gold, silver,
Pendens, ust file a claim da: SUNNY HILLS UNIT THREE according to theof those to whom it will be session.for the purpose of coordination of construc- DeFuniak Springs, FL dinnerware, collections,
within 60 days afterthe THREE, acTHREE, according to thePor has been assigned by taking any official actionton work, daily logs, in 32435 paintings, call Al Schmidt
6sale. sLot 9, Block166, of Patthereofasltthereof,ordedinasrordedin such ordeare: or, a o -850-638-7304
sale .SUNNY HILLS UNIT Plat Book 2, at Pages38 Plat Book 2, at ages38 A. Son, MARWIN requiredand for ajourn- voice review, and other du-850 8-73
UNDA HAYES COOK FOUR, according to the through 41, of the Publicthrough 41, of the Putz ing this meeting.day of ties required of a profes- .-. -
IDA HAof the Pubic f Public HALLFORD, 128 Ebenezer DATED this 16th day of sinal construction man-
Clerk of the Circuit Court Plat thereof, as recorded in Records of Washington Records of Washington Church Road,,Fayetteville, March, 2009. cosruto ma
Washin County Flor- Plat Book 2,,at Pages42 County, Florida. County, Florida. GA. 30215; BOARD OF COUNTY agementfi
ida County, Flor through 54, of the Public B. Son, MARSEL GARY COMMISSIONERS OF The project will be admin- f
By: K. McDaniel Records of Washington has been filed against you has been filed against you HALLFORD, 131 Crane WASHINGTON COUNTY istered through theWash-.
Deputy Clerk County, Florida. and you are required to and you are required to. Street, .Panama City FLORIDA, Board Facilities Depart- For Sale: Kn her-on County School
As published in the Wash- serve a copy of your writ- servea copy of your writ- Beach, FL. 32413 Y P FLO RIDA, H Board Facilities Depart- For Sale: K re har-
ington County -News has been filed againstyou ten .defenses, if any, to it ten defenses, if any, to it C. Daughter, MARLENE J.BY: PETER HERET ment. .st gold 19.2 cubic foot
March 14;21,2009. and you are required to on Timothy J. Sloan, Es- on Timothy J. Sloan,.Es- FOGLE, 10265 Henry Mill COUTYMANAGER Request for proposal for refrigerator. Works well
March 1421,serve a copy of your writ- quire, Plaintiff's Attorney, quire, Plaintiff's Attorney, Road, Fairbum, GA 30213; As published in the Wash- construction management and is very clean (no rust).
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT ten defenses,.if any, to it 427 McKenzie Avenue, 427 'McKenzie Avenue, D. Stepdaughter, ington County News services for the renovation 2100- Pets $100. 850-547-4061
OF THE 14TH JUDICIAL on Timothy J. Sloan, Es- Panama, City, FL 32402. Panama City, FL .32402 CARLENE K. MANVILLE, March 21,2009 of ESE classrooms and re- 2110- Pets: Free to
CIRCUIT, 'IN. AND FOR quire, Plaintiff's Attorney, and'file the original with and file the original with 105 Bradley Road SW, Ea- PUBUC NOTICE stroom remodeling at the Good Home
WASHINGTON COUNTY 427. McKenzie Avenue, the Clerk of the above the Clerk of the above tontonGA 31024; Vernon Elementary School 2120- Pet Supplies
FLORIDA Panama City, FL 32402 styled:Court no later than styled Court no later than E. Stepgranddaughter, YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI- will be received by the 2130 Farm Animals/
CIVIL DIVISION and file the original with 30 days from 'the date of 30 days from the date of BARBARA L. VAUGHN, FIED that' the Board of Washington County 2140 Pets/Livestock3130
CASE NO.: the Clerk of the above the first publication of this the first publication of this RO. Box 691, Zebulon, GA County Commissioners of School Board, 652 Third Wanted
67-2008-CA-000537 styled Court no later than notice.of action; otherwise. notice of action; otherwise 30295. Washington County, Flor- Street, Chipley,- Florida Au.on
30 days from the date of a default will be entered a default will be entered ALL INTERESTED PER- ida, will hold an Executive 32428, until 2:00 p.m. on 4th
COUNTRYWIDE HOME the first publication of this against you for the relief against you, for the relief SONS ARE NOTIFIED Session for the purpose of Monday the 13th of April, Saturday, April 4th
LOANS, SERVICING LR, notice of action; otherwise demanded in the Com- demanded in the Com- THAT: discussing settlement ne- 2009.. 2100 Hwy231 N.,M
,Plaintiff a default will be entered plaint filed herein. plaint filed herein. All creditors of the Dece- gotiation, strategy and liti- The RFP documents may Campbelton, FI
vs. against you for the relief dent and persons having gation expenditures in a be viewed at the DAG Ar- For Sale. Red Nose Pit Selling: 2 Farm
JERRY LLOYD, JESSICA demanded in the Corn- 'WITNESS my' hand and WITNESS .my hand and claims or demands against matter of pending litigation chitects Inc. office at 1223 Bull puppies. Ready March Dispersals, County
LLOYD; UNKNOWN plaint'flled herein. the Seal of this Court, this the Seal of this Court, this the estate of the.Decederit THURSDAY, MARCH 26, Airport Road, Destin, Flor- 1st. .$100 each. City, Bank Repos, plus
SPOUSE. OF JERRY 17 day of Feb., 2009. 17 day of Feb., 2009. other than those for whom 2009, commencing at 9:00 ida duringnormal busi- 850-415-6927. Consignments.
LLOYD; UNKNOWN TEN- WITNESS my hand and provision for full payment ;a.m. The meeting will be ness hours (Telephone: __Maon Auction Sales
ANT-(S); IN POSSESSION the Seal of this Court, this LINDA HAYES COOK, LINDA HAYES COOK, was made in the Order of held at the Board's regular 6850-837-8152. The RFP LLC #642. es
OF THE SUBJECT PROP- 17 da opf Feb., 2009. CLERK OF THE COURT CLERK OF THE COURT Summary Administration meeting place located at documents may be ob- Pekingnese 50-263-0473-Office
ERTY, WASHINGTON COUNTY, WASHINGTON COUNTY, must file their claims with 1331 South Boulevard, trained by submitting the
Defendants. LINDA HAYES COOK, FLORIDA FLORIDA this Court WITHIN THE Chipley, Florida. following to DAG Archi- Puppies 850-258-7652-Chad
CLERK OF THE COURT By K. McDaniel By K. McDaniel TIME PERIODS SET The meeting will convene tects Inc.: (Attention: Alex CKC, Health Certificate, 2 850-849-0792-Gerald
NOTICE OF FORECLOI WASHINGTON. COUNTY, As Deputy Clerk As Deputy Clerk FORTH IN SECTION 'In public session, after Gacic) sets shots, Males www.masonauction.
SURE SALE .FLORIDA 733.702 OF THE FLORIDA which the executive ses- Company name and con- $200.,850-326-7912 com
By K. McDaniel Timothy J. Sloan, Esq Timothy J. Sloan, Esq PROBATE CODE. sion will commence. The
NOTICE IS HEREBY As Deputy Clerk. 427 McKenzie Avenue 427 McKenzie Avenue ALL CLAIMS AND DE- only persons permitted to "-'
GIVEN pursuant to a Final RO. Box 2327 RO. Box 2327 MANDS NOT SO FILED attend the. Executive
Judgement of Foreclosure Timothy J: Sloan, Esq Panama' City, Florida Panama City, Florida WILL BE FOREVER Session are: the Board.
dated the 5 day of March,' 427 McKenzie Avenue 32404-2327 '32404-2327 BARRED. Members, the Chief Ad- 4
2009, and entered in Case P.O. Box 2327 As published ,in the As published, in the NOTWITHSTANDING ANY ministrative Officer of the
No. 67-2008-CA-000537, of Panama City, Florida WashingtonCounty News Washington Cojnty News OTHER APPUCABLE TIME Board, the-Board's Attor-
the Circuit Court of the 32404-2327 March 21,28; 2009. PERIOD, ANY CLAIM nays, and an Official Court
14TH Judicial Circuit in As published in the Wash-. March 21,28,2009 FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR Reporter. Following the Ex-
and for Washington 'ngton County NewsIN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN THE IRCUITMORE AFTER THE ecutve Session, the Board
County, Florida, wherein March21,28,2009 OF THE FOURTEENTHCOURTTEpubli
COUNTRYWIDE HOME THE JUDICIAL CIRCUITINAND OF THE FOURTEENTH DECEDENT'S DATE OFwill reconvene in public
LOANS, SERVICING LP Is IN THE CIRCUITCOURT FOR WASHINGTON' JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN-AND DEATH IS BARRED. session for the purpose of
the Plaintiff, and JERRY OF THE FOURTEENTH COUNTY FLORIDA FOR WASHINGTON Thedate of the first publi- taking any official action
LLOYD; JESSICA LLOYD; JUDICIAL CIRCUIT INLAND CIVIL COURT DIVISION COUNTY, FLORIDA cation of this Notice is required ahd for adjourn-
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF FOR WASHINGTON CASEeNO.: 67-08-CA292 C VIAL COURT DIVISION Mrch 21, 2009. Ing this meeting.
JERRY LLOYD COUNTYFFLORIDA / CASE NO.: 67-08-CA-295 Attorney for Person Giving DATED this 19th day.ofp!
JERRYia LLOYD; COUNTyFLORIDA i 6 S o a k Notice: I March'Mr2S, 2009. 4 1 i^^^ For N CAPst in/ Cily
UNKNOWN TENANT (S); CIVIL COURT DIVISION THE DELTONANotice:G.BAO (F ORD F CU
JOHN DOE; JANE DOE CASE NO.: 67-08-CA-287 CORPORATION, THE DELTONA CORPO- WAYNE G. BRAXTON (FL BOARD OF COUNTY Sod For Sale on the farm
- 'ie f w i7 M T al COanMeISIaONE OOF Sd For Sale onthe arom,e
`AS UNKNOWN Plaintif a Delaware'cor portion RO. Box 564 WASHINGTON'COUNTY, C&C Bookkeeping and J&J Carpentry & delivered or installed. Can-
UNKNOWN TENANT () THE DELTbNA n, a Delaware corporate on F. Box 564 WASHINGTON COMISUNTY, C o kkee a nd and are ti d 49 Br
IN POSSESSION OF THE CORPORATION, VS.PlaintffC F38- 056 4 BYFL PETER HERBERT, axweek.Bnto5pm.Call Docks, porches,mobile West plorida Turf
SUBJECT PROPERTY are a Delaware corporation 850-638-726E8/Ofice BY: PETER HERBERT, a e o 5 (850)638-1483 homesrepairs wtrim. (eo Ws d
defendants. Iwill sell to the Plaintiff, 'An Unmarried Person DOMINIC ROBINSON 850-638-7263/Fax COUNTY MANAGER. Calld850-896-8119 or (850)638-4860. Estab-
highest and best bidder for vs.. Defendaht. A Married Person Person Giving Notice: As published in the Wash- 638-8899. listed 1980
cash at the AT FRONT UNTON HARRIS Defendant. WAYNE G. BRAXTON Ington County News Ask for James or John.
STEPS OF COURTHOUSE a Married Person NOTICE OF ACTION Personal Representative March 21, 2009.
at the WashingtonCounty Defendant. TO:FREDERICK PALMER, NOTICE OF ACTION As published in the Wash- IC NOTICE FOR
Corhu s. C i NOTICEOFACTION whose last known address TO: DOMINIC ROBINSON. ington County NewsPAULEICFNOTSC F ORN
Corthuse, in Chipley TO: LINTON HARRIS, -S6305FLAGLER STREET whose last known address March21, 28, 2009. fSALE OF LOTS AT SUNNY
Florida, at 11:00a.m. on I 6305'FLAGLESTREET, HILLS1A- For Rent first in Chipley,
the 21 day ofApril, 2009, whose last known address HOLLYWOOD, FL 300238, i s 651. CLEVELAND PUBUC NOTICE' MiniH Warehouses. If you
the following described is 7730 KISMET STREET, alive, and if dead, their un- STREET, BROOKLYN, NY THE WASHINGTON Headliners and Vinyl don't have the room, We
property as set forth in MIRAMAR 'FL 33023, if. knownspouse, heirs, devi- 11208, if alive, andifdead, YOU AREHEREBYNOTI- COUNTY BOARD OF work at your nitome or Carpntry, pressurwash- D" Lamar Townsend
said Final :I alive, and if dead, their un- sees grantees, creditors their unknown spouse, FlED that the Board of COUNTY COMMISSION- workplace.Reasonable ing, lawn care; patio & win- (850)638-4539, north of
A Parcel"..: of land knownspouse, heirs, devi- or other parties claiming heirs, devisees, grantees, County Commissioners of ERS is offering for sale all rates n new vinyl tops d re-screening. great Townsends.
Commening243feetEast ees grantees, creditors by, through, underor creditors or other parties Washington County, Flor- County owned lots in and auto carpeting. Free rates. (850)638-4492 Mini Storage in hipley.
of the Southwest comerof or other parties claiming against them and all other claiming by, through, un-ida, will on the 26th day of Sunny Hills, Florida. A, list e C e
Section 32, Township 4 by, through, under or personsclaiming any eight, der or against them and all March, 20b0, at its Regular of the lots is oh the County leave m sagest C seis fhe n c
North, Range 15 West of against them and all other title or interest in the real other persons claiming Meeting Place at the website at 638-7351 ()r
Washington County person claiming any right, property described below*n anyright, title or interest in County Annex at 1331 www.washingtonfl.com, orB (850)326-2399
Rorida; thence run North title or interest in the' real the real property described South Boulevard, Chipley, a list can be obtained from
0200010011 West to the property described below. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI- below. 'Florida, considertheadop- the Board Administration .
North Right of Way line of FlED that an action to fore- tion of the following ordi- Office at 850-638-6200. ,^ om co Wte u
State Road No. 280 the YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI- close a mortgagee on the YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI- nance, Buyer will have the oppor- Ught TrtckfTractor Work
Point of Beginning; thence FIED that an action to fore- following property in FIED that an action to fore- AN ORDINANCE OF tunity to bid on any or all Top Soil, Mushroom Con- Tractor Work & Bush hog-
continue North 0200'd0" close a mortgage on the Washington County, Flor- close a mortgage on the WASHINGTON COUNTY f the lots for and during a post, Rock, Sand and Cy- going. $25 per hour, mini-
West, 520.00 feet; thence following property in ida: following property in FLORIDA; AMENDING period of six (6) months; press Mulch. Pick up. or mum 4 hours and lawn
South 90000100H East .Washington County, Flor- Washington County, Flor- SECTION 6 OF PRIOR said period commencing Jim's Barber delivered Call: 773-3349 or maintanence. Call:
353.70 feet; thence South ida: Lot 14, Block 1098, of ida: COUNTY ORDINANCE on Wednesday, December Shop 850-570-3776. 850-638-1281.
00050142 West 305.69 feet SUNNY HILLS UNIT NINE- NO 20014 ASAMENDED 17, 2008, and extending UndaNyehasjoinedJim
to the said North Right of Lot 20, Block 1005, of TEEN, according to the Lot 2, Block 218, o1 BY PRIOR COUNTY OR- through Wednesday, June Ud Nye s in Ji m
Way line; thence South SUNNY HILLS 'UNIT Platthereof, as recorded in SUNNY HILLS UNIT TWO, DINANCE NO. 2007-02; 17, 2009. A bid may be Bna 6 03 Mgear S.eri oas ltandsp seLaw
57007'00. West, along TWELVE, according to the Piat Book 3; at Pages65 according to the Plat PROVIDING FOR THE submitted onanyWednes- Bonifa
afore said North Right of Plat thereof, as recorded in through 79, of the Public thereof, as recorded in Plat PRESENT ADVISORY day within the six month ence cutting Mens Reasonable rates, $35.00 B&M Mower Repair &
Way line, 394.20'feeto the Plat Book 2, at.Pagesl29 'Records of Washington Book 2, at Pages28 COMMITTEE MEMBERS,. period stated above. All Womens and Childrens hour minimum 1 hour Service. DUality work at a
Point of Beginning, through 138, of th Public County, Florida. through 37, of the Public WHOSE TERM HAS NOT bids must be received on h Sunday. W ayr c harge. fair Anae. Picu & Maiv







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2 Family Garage Sale. Tracker Work. Can do General 3BR/2BA Country Living 2.5 acres, 2002, 4BR/2BA,
'1526 Orange Hill Rd. Sat., front end loader work; on 45 acres. Fenced for doublewide, 1800 Sq/Ft,
Mattresses March 21, 8am-1pm. bush hogging; disking, di Experience cook, wait horses/cattle. miles totally renovated, paved
w overhead leveling; pushing smal staff& dishwasherneeded. South of Caryville 1-10. rdfrontage, 1 mile from
w, low, low Bag Sale, through Satur- trees; digging stumps up, Apply at Michelle's Diner, $700 month. Call Bonifay and 1-10. $79,900.
discount Fur- day, March 21st, Sr. Mary Two Kubota Front End Vernon. 260-9607. 850-956-2642
ley. (Since Francis Waite Low-Income Loaders. One Excavator. Healthcare- 3BR/2BA House for rent.
-4311 clothing give-away, No job too small. No pets. Application 3BR/1BA Brick Home for
Monday & Tuesday, March 373-8922. Signature HealthCare needed. Call 638-1918. sale. Very well kept.
23 & 24. of North Florida For Rent: 3BR/2BA, brick Fenced yard, laundry
SWANTED: good used now hiring for home, $675. per month, room, carport, fireplace.
F Book -Sale Saturday propane tank, 100 or 150 CNNA/s, 7A-7P and Call 850-547-3542 $109,000. Call 638-2165.
1 3.21-09.8am .2pm.I gallon,tank. Ben Holland 7P-7A(weekends) --------
SReasonable prices. U-1 850-547-2719 rFor Rent; 3BR/2BA
lbrary Annex .- Also have an opening Idoublewide trailer, no. o 3BR/1BA Home for sale
-- *- - D E m l for an RN Supervisor I pEts ,n house srrol'e I lmts i e Cle
Multi Family Yard Sale (weekends). free o aher property Cy limits. Will divide lots.
808 5th Ste.
S3i MI'.;r, 21SI R,. D 3310 I Pay is up to $30 per |I r negoiabIte 850-763-2281.
Fsli: H- M,.9u Wl"l .', ,T. hour. 850-547-3640
I fur,'l~rio ,u rl,r,t LESSONS AVAILABLE: Contact
Limited space. Piano, Gui- Signature HealhCare New Home in Chipley for Chlpley, 213BR, 2BA like
_______tar, Bass Drums, Banjo, .of North Florida rent, 2 br, 2 ba 1271 Holley brand new, beautiful lot
Yard Sale. Fri. & Sal., Mandolin, Violin, .Flute. 1083Sanders Avenue Ave. Call 850-535-0711 or w/pondon 3 acres. 'Only
SCnia uuinca.r,,-, MI Open Mon-Sat. Graceville, FL. 32440, 850-258-6018. 45 mins. to Panama City
F:,unr,a,,-, Erra rA: -,-,,, HwV Covington Music. Beach. Owner may finance
77 8 r,3 unil i ,ari, Downtown Chipley. Phone;850-2634447. Publisher's or give $10,000 cash back.
s~l~ F~rirg gr lol;850-630-5050. $3,0.OO oee
g' F g 850-r638,-50. Local Title Company Notice $139,900. OBO. Lowered
t.uiiic.ai J. rbug M,,,r seeking Experienced 50K. (314)346-3303.
.,S',. -or,:,.' r p' WATED Pl" 11- ANOS, cr.Real Estate Title Re- All real estate advertising in
pruror tur'ijurA p,:lure5 Hammond Organs, Gui- searcher. Fax resume this newspaper is subject to
colleiA.: 01e5 C:ic.inrq tars, Amps, Violins, to ,850-547-9597 or call the Fair Housing Act which 1,-.
zr,oe C'vD z. ,Tu,:r, rnm,-e Banjos, Mandolins, 850-547-2025 for more makes it illegal to advertise
g .,uBasses, Drums, Band In-info"any preference, limitation Ponce de Leon
go,,, uu Bssetrumen s, Bn n no or discrimination based on
race, color, religion, sex, 3br 2ba DW on'2+- ac-
Yard Sale. Sat,. Mar,c Covington Music Single father looking for handicap, familial status.or res. 3 car carport, many
21sl 8arr,.ur,,i ,7 Mia,,-, 814 Main St. Chilpley Live-In Nanny 1 school national origin, or an inten- upgrades. Beautiful sett-
Sl.. Cnipiev FL rirend 850-638.5050. age child. Must be tion, to make any such pref- ing. Must see. $125,000
Sassy LaiuS Boulique- NON-SMOKER and erence, limitation or dis- 8 -83
-TT -.-_ .... NON-DRINKER. Must have crimination" Familial status 850-8364383
ro rences. Call to set up includes children underthe _
J: r, lerview 850-547-1001 age of 18 living with parents
or legal custodians, preg-
_____'____32S ____ Wanted: Teacher with 40 nant women and people s- 111
S For Sale 20 HP r,:,ur certification to work in curing custody of children
Cor,,Sn.AlPr,a.e 2I0& 2 Year old class, under 18.
.n,.ir'.C.-.,n.,rge Fn,n tu 3L850-547-1444 This newspaper will not usness for SaleCuves
rE ; ,a.es 5,.l ,ii Cl ,1,. knowingly accept any ad- fo Woman Out of town
5,..4.10031 Uor details vertiaing for real estate owner Motvated to s fit
,, I____ 4100 Help Wanted W which is in violation of the ness franchise with work-
,'"- Wanted to Buy, frrr al 4130 -Employment 4130 law. Our readers are hereby out equipment & office
.u. ,' ,o; Ta,.lI equf, er, ormatlon Other informed that all dwellings supplies. 100 + members.
.. ', Cu Traco. Cal quipmni : advertised in this newspa- $15,000. in ;Chipley
Bill 60 .2972 allrMystery Shoppers, get per are available on a equal 850-377-9845. Email;
85049D paid to shop Retail/dining opportunity basis. To com- galaga23@hotmail.com
Ipai d needun- plain of discrimination call Offer expired End of March
establishments need un toll-free at r March
: dGeneral derercover clients to judge 1-800-669-9777. The
330' ,n aaistat quality customer service, foil-free number for the
____ 3300 Veterinar AssistantEarn up to $150. a day. hearing impaired is
Need Help avir, Sp.rrq Needed part-time for Call (888)-523-1013. 1-800-927-9275. 0 .
"ii., i c arn. or c. ir, s iigri large/small animal prac- -- .._ __
:r ou-'eAcrc l,.a,:uuTirrg tics. Requires heavy lifting / ..11/ + acres, partly
". '' ,: dutsirg. Tr.,pping oair. and includes maintenance .' .. cleared w/2 homesites, 2
:.:t ""' ,,o,-:"Caii415.5711 rn.1 and cleaning. Call werin. r,, miles south of 1-10, Hwy.
,, '. -" ea.,- rese 638-4857. 279, on Shull Rd.A$35,000.
850-849-5280 Anytime
f, $, I 6170 I By Owner 6.82 wooded
from $19,900 (was $69,900) i 2BR Mobile Home; good acres, high and dry at the
Gol & Amen ity Package ersialns location in Chipley. ,No corner of Holmes Road
--Golf & Amenity Package o-Business/ Pets. 850-638-4640. and Seth Road, south of
included!' Developer closeout on 6110-Apartments 2BR/11ABA Large Trailer Prosperity, $20,000. or
.. 6120 Beach Rentals- furnished. Out side city $2,500. down $158.
remaining lots at championship 6130- Cando/Towhouse S ke e. Call Richard @
6140 House Rentals limits. Smoke free.ervron- per-month.
il-Trans 18 hole course in Blue Ridge 6 65-Roommate Wanted ment. No pets. $450 850-547-2637
S6160- Rooms for Rent month plus deposit.
Driver Mtns near Asheville NC. All 6170-Motile Home/Lot 638-1272. Twosacres&Oneo10.ac-
6180 Out-of-Town Rentals
Strong infrastructure completed -.build 6190 -Timeshare Rentals 2BR/1BA MH for rent. res onBuddyRd. One 10
6200 -iVacation Rentals $400 tamot'5 iie acres & One 13 acres on
be 23., when ready. 1 lot per customer! S--- south of Chip Gainer Rd. Owner finan-s
Exeln iacn. Cl oy-- -- 3BR/1.5BA. $450 Indes ing For more info call Mil-
Ec00 3tr A. C 5all now 0y ctimis ton Peel@ 850-638-1858.
Excellent financing. Ccl o water., Chipley ciylimits
(866)334-3253, x2192 Executive Office. Space HU26D approved
Up to for rent downtown Chipley. 8 '\
638-1918 2eR/2BA Mobile Home-Am-
months FL LAND BARGAINS! 2 to for rent. No pets. $425 a7160
1 15 ace. Fo eOffice space for lease, month plus deposit 3 Singiewides, All
)ut 10- 150 acres From Sebng 1240 s Blvd (Corner of 547-4232 or 527-4911. remodeled, all 3BR/2BA
past 5 to Gainesville., $49,900 to S Blvd/7th St), Chioly 2BR/2BA $550/month. 1 / allunder17K.CallBead@
I$750/mo,l1000sq ft., 3 mile from Chipley McDon- 850-.763-7780.
$499,900. Tremendous land offlces,.1 recption,1 aids. st and lest month's1reep
kitchenarkinvalue below mkt prices. rent plus security deposit. Doublewide on 7 acres.
value below mkt prices, lot, hardwood firs. Smoke free environment. 4BR/2BA. 2000 plus sq.ft.
Financing. Call Jack at 407-616-6890 No I pets. Reference re- 3835Wilderness Rd., Ver-
Financing. Call Jack at _____________
Main (00)4-1 Office Space for rent in quired. Call 638-4857. noh. $129K. May take
Mailing (8 )2 & Dunn Building, 3 private 2BR/2BA 16' Wide on trade in. 850-763-2450.
check! offices, carpet, heat/air, large lot in country, irf
atio2nd fibor, privacy. $350. Washington County. New Zone III14x703BR/2BA.
nation. :MIISCELLANEOUSCall Dutch 850-579-2821. Hope area: $500 a month, Home has-plywood floors,
S $300 deosit. new paint, new appli-
S850-918-7876 or 535-0665. ances, new carpet and we
ATTEND COLLEGE ONLINE 6110 3BR/2BA, 3/4 mile from will.set up. Call Brad @
itial$$$ from Home. *Medical, .1 BEST RATES IN Bonifeay Elem School. On 850-763-7780.
BONIFAY Hwy 177A, entrance to
PT. No *BusineSs, *Paralegal, 602 S. Weeks St. Effi- mobile home park. Call Zone III New 16x80.
.Call: *Computeirs, *Criminal Justice. ciency, 1 bdrm and 2 547-3746. Glamour bath, open floor
arbdrm, $350- $470/month 3BR/2BA, All electric, plan. $35,900. Call Brad@
M Job placement assistance, City util. & pest control Stove, refrigerator, W/D. 850-763-7780.
incl. New Owners, newly hookup. No pets. $475
-Computer available. Financial remodeled Call: month, $475 deposit. -..
T Aid if qualified. Call (866)858- 850)557-7732 638-0560 or 850-774-3034. .
2121, ww C ntra n 2br, 1 ba $499 Moves You Bonifay Hwy 2 rental.
2121, Www.CenturaOnline. In !!New Everything, near 2BR/1BA Sgle Wide {
1050 cm TAFB, 719 S Berthe, 772/340-4220
10,500! com.. Panama City 850-236-4453 Bonifay quiet mobile
:)wn 15 1BR Apartment in Chip- home park; 2) 3BR/2BA,
r $259/ AIRLINES ARE HIRING lay. Good location. No $585.00 month. 2BRPBA Airl E
I ts. 638-4640._ '$450.00 and large 5th RECRA
i6-9783 Train for high paying Aviation 2BR//BA two-stry Apt wheel $275.00 'month. 810 Antique & ollectlhles
Maintenance Career. FAA for rent. No pets.638-1918 50-699-3599 8120-sports Uity vehicles
or 850-258-5521. Circle J Mobile Home 8130-Trucks
approved program. Financial aid Park in Chipley, 921 N 2nd 8140o-Vans
S ap e p g F a ad APARTMENTS.FOR St.; &. Graceville 5262 8150- Commercial
if, qualified Housing available. RENT AlabamaS t.2&3/BR units aso-Motorcycles
ALI Aviation Instit f Based on family income for rent, starting @ $350 8170 Auto Parts
.& Accessories
E CALL Aviation Institue of and'must Qualify, per month. For info call 82z10 -eBoats
Maintenance (888)349-5387. Geothermal HVAC 850-260-3026 8220- Personal watercraft
Apply at 1370 Old Boni- 8230- Sailboats
JCTION Become Dietary Manager fay Rd. Application must For Rent 3BR/2BA dou- 8240- B & Marinea
be completed at office blewide. in Bonifey. No Supplies
Auction. (average annual salary 638-0134. Equal Hous Pets, cell # 850-373-8938 8310- Aircraft/Aviation
Ing ppotunty,- 11 For ent 2B moile8320 AIV/0ff Road Vehiless
Homes $40,374) in eight months in ngOpportunty. For Rent, 2BR mobile 8330-Campers&Trailers
home w/Window ANC. Call 8340'- Motorhomes
C Free online program offered by For Rent: Bright 2BR/2BA 535-2657.
screened porch apart-
6-2155 Tennessee Technology Center ment. Non Smoker, 1 For Rent: 2BR/2BA mobile -
Eliabthon Detil w w small 'pet, references home, north of Westville
at Elizabethton. Details www. 850-547-3494 'or on Hwy. 179-A. No petsI 8100 )
ttcelizabethton.edu, (888)986- 850-632-277 Phone 850-956-1220 or
850-956-2470 Chevy Corvette
;losure! 2368 or mail patricia. Like New 6xo80 3BR, 2 1977
5% oar~ ttelzabthtn~eu II~ ZIII~ full baths on Brickyard Rd. 7,000 original miles.
S 5% roark@ttcelizabethton.edu 4orry, no pets: Day, Loaded with options in-
r. Buy, _1BR House.. Appliances, 638-4630; Night, 638-1434. eluding L82, white with red
r. Buy, water, sewer, garbage fur- '____________leather. $20,000
s 800- MOBILE HOMES FOR SALE nished. Suitable for mature Mobile Home for rent ortrade
___________________________ adult. No pets. 2BR/2BA, water/sewer and o rd
$500/month, $300/deposit. lawn service furnished. 3 for acreage
850-326-2920. 1219 miles east of Vernon on Pi- within 45 minutes of Pan-
Bank Foreclosures! 4 Br WoodrowAve. oneer Rd. 850-638-9933 or ama City Beach. (850)
Ony $2/ o r 2RcbniA opt.325-233-9224, or 236-8811 after 5:00PM and
$25.000! Only $225/Mo! 3 Br 2an cabin 1BA, nopets. 850-6387315. weekends.
$12,500! Only $199/Mo! 5% $400 month. 1st. andomlest _rrntin ----
month. Deposit required. Mobile Homes for rent in
Shell down 15 years @ 8% apr. for (850).326-2412. 8 miles Cottondale onSapp Road,
South Bonitay 8 miles east of Chipley. 3 [
w, very listings (800)366-9783 ext 2BR/1BA House for rent. b .a Tald elect r ic
falls & 5669. Hwy 77 South, 3 miles off (850)258-4868 or 209-8847 1998 Ford Escort Zx2, 2
Houston Rd. Call 638-1858 www.charloscountryliv- door, green color, sunroof,
;99,500 -__ "-i .. for info. ing.com cool air. Good Condition.
-8535. .., 'i'" 2BR/2BA House for rent in Nice 2BR MH. CH/A, utility $3,000.00 Call
N* <-. Chipley. Two story with room, covered porches. 850-547-201
--. basement on Blue Lake. 6 Smoke free environment,
EAcres land. Rents for In secure setting. $500
$1000 per month with month. 535-9672.
J i $1000 security deposit. // = r 8160 ]
i Y Ready for immediate occu- ..--
of the ADVERTISING NETWORK? OF FLORIDA pency. Progressive.Realty, 2005 Honda Road/Street
^= ,638-8220. ~She~dew Spirit Motorcycle.


t.--IrU-I---- .-11 3BR/1BA Brick home for 0.3- "$5,000. Can been seen at
69,900. Cass~fiedIDsplay Metro Daily rent. Including W/D hook Community South Credit
up, fenced yard, smoke Union, 1044 Hwy 90 E.,
i9,900). i free environment, no pets.call. Chipley, Fl.
ty with K i $700/mo. Call REALESTATEFORSALE
municipal : 850-638-2165. EA. RSAL FOR SALE. 2002 Suzuki
3BR/1BA Home. $725 per 7100 Homes GSX R-1000. After market
3BR/1BA Home.nt7t per 7110- Beach Home/ paint job. Minor scratches.
S. Just month with $700 deposit. Property Mileage, 12,900. Price,
Needs 1 year lease. 7120- Commercial129 Pce
S----7140 Farms & Ranches 2007 Artic Cat 700 EFI.
36)352- W eek Of 3BR/2BA Large Country 7150- Lots and Acreage Snorkeled with gorilla
Some in Afford. $650 7160 Mobile Hbmes/Lots axles. 27" wheels with ga-
M /arch 23-29 2009 month. 3BR/1 BA in the 7170 -Waterfront tor tires. After market
Mb rch23 0-29, 200 City of Cottondale. $500 7180- Investment clutch kit. Radiator moved.
I eoi ee- 79-PropertycuthktRaitrmvd
Samonth. Deposit & refer- 7190o-Out-of-Town Price, $5,500. Call
bargains "ence required. Real Estate- (850)258-0096 for more
S850-579-4317. 7200 Timeshare info.


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