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Place of Publication: Chipley, Fla.
Publication Date: April 18, 2009
Copyright Date: 2009
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SATURDAY, APRIL 18, 2009 1Section, 8 Pages w www.chiple paper. c. m Volume 85 Number 104 504


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Washington County representatives gather around the county exhibit in the rotunda of the State Capitol
in Tallahassee on Thursday. The trip was sponsored by the Washington County Chamber of Commerce's
Governmental Affairs Committee. /


Taveling to Iahassee


Washingt CounDay at the Legislature celebrated


S' JAY FELSBERG ,- ";
S Managing Editor
afelsberg@chipleypuper.com

TALIAHASSEE A group of
Washington County leaders were
on hand Thursday in Tallahassee
as Washington County Day at
the Legislature was celebrated.
The trip not only gave the county
an opportunity, to show off what
Washington County could offer, but
also gave leaders an opportunity'
to meet with legislators and
government officials.
Guest speaker was Public
Service Commissioner Katrina
J. McMurrian. The 1991 Chipley
graduate was appointed to the
PSC in 2006 by Gov. Jeb Bush.
She had a long career'working for
the five-member PSC prior to her


Guest speaker was
Public Service
Cbom i ssioner Katrina
J. McMurrian. The
1991 Chipley graduate
was appointed to the
PSC n 2006 by.
Gov. Jeb Bush.

appointment as commissioner.
McMurrian discussed
several issues including a
telecommunications bill that would
make certain firms subject to
less regulation and recognize the
increasing competition between
cable and wireless The legislation


would also increase the threshold
for the Lifeline system from 135
percent to 150 percent, of poverty
level, income, making the system
available to more Floridians.
Also on hand were Florida
Electric C6operatives Association
Director of Legislative Affairs
Michel Bjorkland and ;Gulf Power
Governmental Affairs Manager
Carl-Pyunko.: Borkland noted that
a challenge facing power companies
are increasing numbers of indoor
"grow houses" that steal electricity
to grow marijuana indoors.
Bjorkland called the facilities "very
sophisticated," and said they added
to about $2 million lost to power
thieves by Florida electric co-ops in
2008.
Republican State Rep. Brad
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1 faces


drug


charges

JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afelsberg@chipleypaper.com
CHIPLEY Alert work
by county deputies and a
K-9 led ,to the arrest of a
suspect on drug charges.
The information was
provided in a news release
by Washington County
Sheriff's Office
On Tuesday, April 14,
deputies pulled over a
vehicle driven by Chad
Michael Morris, 34, for
a traffic infraction. The
deputy's K-
9 alerted to
the vehicle
and Morris
wasfoundin



the vehicle
revealed
methamphetamine and
several items used in
the manufacturing of
methamphetamine.
Morris, who is also facing
methamphetaminecharges
from a January arrest, was
charged with possession
of methamphetamine with
intent to sell, possession
of narcotic equipment,
and possession of listed
chemicals.
He is being held at the
Washington County Jail on
a $41,000 bond.
."We are: coming in
contact with more and
more habitual offenders
who engage in illegal
drug activity with no
consideration of the long
term consequences of
multiple arrests," Sheriff
Bobby Haddock said. "It is
imperative that our office
work towards the long
term removal of these
offenders."


Tea Party time!

150-plus come to Jackson County
Courthouse as part of nationwide movement


JAT IrL~ltK4j I Tfe Wasington county News
Part of the crowd of about 150 on hand at the Marianna Tea Party.


JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afelsberg@chipleypaper.com
MARIANNA The
nationwide' Tea Party
movement arrived in
Marianna on "tax day"
Wednesday at noon. About
150 people brought signs
and greetings for motorists
wending their way past the
Jackson Courthouse.


Theteapartymovement
began as recently as
February when CNBC's
Rick Santelli called for
a Chicago Tea Party as
a protect against the
government's mortgage
bailout plan. Tea parties,
taking the name from
the famous Boston Tea
party of 1793, sprang up
spontaneously throughout
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The Washington County Take Stock
in Children Program has a need for vol-
unteers as mentors, especially at Vernon
High School and Vernon Middle School.
Also, the selection process will be under-
way in the next few months for students to


be awarded scholarships next school year.
Details or to volunteer, discuss student op-
portunities, call David Solger at 638-1276.
To make a donation, call Rey Gustason at
638-5663, or visit the state program Web
site at www.takestockinchildren.com.


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CHIPLEY Take Stock In
Children (TSIC) was pre-
sented a donation Tues-
day, April 14th, that will be
combined with other lo-
cal donations from Wash-
ington County to make
available 4-year college
scholarships for selected
students to continue their
education.
Scholarships are fund-
ed through local donations
and amnatching fund by the
state.'TSIC program, and
.are placed in the Florida
Prepaid College Plans ac-
count until the student is
qualified to draw on funds
for up to 120 credit hours of
secondary education.
Presenting the. dona-
tion were Josephine Rob-
inson-Floyd and Vernon
Floyd. Speaking.before the
presentation ceremony,
Mrs. Floyd recalled the
early days' of the Take
Stock In Children program
in Washington County and
the importance of educa-
tion for young people.
She has served on the
Leadership Council for
TSIC. since it was started
in Washington County and
has made donations over
several years towards the
scholarship fund.
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd are
retired educators with
significant experience


:k receives donation


helping young people. The
donation was received on
behalf of Take Stock in
Children by Laura Joiner,
secretary, and Jim Town,
director, of the Washington
County Scholarship Foun-
dation, Inc. that operates
the TSIC programs in the
county.
What sets the TSIC
program apart from other
scholarship programs is
the age range for qualifi-
cation, the appointment of
an adult mentor to coordi-
nate with the student on
a frequent basis through-
out the school year, the
written contract with the
student to maintain aver-
age or above grades, stay
away from drugs and al-
cohol, and generally be
a good citizen and active
in school and: community
events outside the class-
room.
To obtain the TSIC
scholarship, a student
must be in grades 6 12,
sign a contract to meet
certain standards during
the remaining school years
until high school gradua-
tion, and have family sup-
port; the parents/guard-
ians also sign a contract
to support their student.
Family incomes must be
below a certain level based
upon the number. of chil-


dren in the family.
The reason that TSIC
has the mentor program
is that state-wide studies
validate that students who
have an adult mentor out-
side the family are 59 per-
cent more likely to get bet-
ter grades, 52 percent less
likely to skip school, 64 per-
cent more likely to develop
higher levels of self confi-
dence, and 46 percent less
likely to begin using drugs.
In Florida, the students
with TSIC scholarships
have a high school gradua-
tion rate above 93 percent.
The program works and
the student is rewarded
with up to a 4-year scholar-
ship at any Florida univer-
sity/college, or .technical
center program.
The credit hour allow-
ance of up to 120 over 4-
years can also be applied
towards achieving a 2-year
certificate or vocational
training through Technical
Center programs such as
Washington-Holmes Tech-
nical Center .in Chipley.
It's even possible to defer
starting the college-level
training while completing
an initial tour of duty in
any of the armed forces,
which makes an especially
strong package with the
TSIC and Veterans college
programs combined.


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Washington County News I A3


CONTRIBUTED PHUUO
Wayland Fulford was named president of the Capital
City Bank.



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SCapital City Bank names Fulford president


CHIPLEY Capital City
Bank recently named Way-
land Fulford as president
for the Washington County
market. He has a wealth of
knowledge and experience
in the bankig industry. In
his new role, he is respon-
sible for identifying and
defining new growth and
development opportuni-:
ties, partnering with other
banking departments,
overseeing retail banking
activities, demonstrating
sales and service leader-
ship, as well as serving as
a community liaison for
Capital City Bank.


"Capital City is pleased
that Wayland accepted this
position," said William G.
Smith Jr., Chairman and
CEO of Capital City .Bank
Group. "We are confident
in his abilities to lead this
talented group of associ-
ates. Wayland will contin-
ue to build on a fine tradi-
tion of client satisfaction
and relationship-building
in the community."
SFulford is a native of
Hartford, Ala. and graduat-
ed from Auburn University
with a bachelor's degree in
finance. He has 15 years of
experience in the financial


services industry and has
held many positions over
the years, including teller,
office manager, business
banker, commercial lend-
er, and city president.
He believes community
involvement is very impor-
tant and has been actively
involved with non-profit
and civic organizations in


Bonifay and Panama City.
Fulford is a member and
past vice president of the
Kiwanis Club, has served
as a loaned executive and
chairman for the United
Way of Holmes County's
fundraising campaign and
has helped raise funds for
the John Wesley Foster
Foundation.


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painless, and low cost between
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child's back teeth from year r
decay. Sealants have been molar
used on children's teeth as soc
for more than 30 years. betweene
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the chewing surfaces of first y
the teeth (usually mo- erupt.
lars & premolars). This too lat
forms a hard shield that as lon
keeps food and bacte- "of dec
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tiny grooves in the tooth. Ma
The chewing surfaces of ing ba
the back tooth have tiny molar
grooves that form as'each to be
tooth develops. This is your d
where most decay oc- mend
curs in children. That is molars
because the bristles of risk of
a toothbrush can'-t get teeth c
down into the grooves Idsing
to remove the food and decay
bacteria that get trapped ing wI
there. teeth c
Usually, the back teeth Sea
(molars & premolars) 3-5 ye
are sealed. Fluoride in come
toothpaste and fluoride be rep
treatments in your den- lems c
tal office help protect the correc
smooth surfaces on the regular
front teeth and on the
Sides of the back teeth.
But only sealants can keep
food and bacteria from
getting into the grooves
on the chewing surfaces
of the back teeth. Seal-
ants should be applied as
soon as the first perma-
nent molars (6 year mo-
PAIl


erupt. This occurs
en 5-7 years of age.
second, molars (12
lolars) and the pre-
s should be sealed
on as they erupt,
en 11-14 years of
That's because the
st chance of de-
ccurs during the
ear after the teeth
However, it's never
:e to apply sealants,
g as teeth are free
cay and fillings the
:an be sealed.
ny ask about seal-
by teeth. The baby
s often don't need
sealed. However,
dentist may reconi-
sealing the baby
s if there is a high
Sdecay Since baby
are "space holders"
baby molars due to
can cause crowd-
hen the permanent
:ome in.
plants can last for
ars. If they chip or
off,. they can .easily
placed, any prob-
an be detected and
ted at your child's
r dental checkup.


Larry J. Cook, DMD


As long as the sealants
are in 'place, decay is
less likely to develop in
the grooves. Parents can
help the sealants last by
encouraging your child
not to chew on ice cubes
and/or hard sticky can-
dy Your dentist will look
at the' .ealants at each
regular dental checkup.
Parents. should seek
the advice of their dental
professionals for the best
possible preventive den-
tal care for their children.
Helping your children
grow to their adult years
with the least amount of
dental damages the ulti-
mate goal of your dental
team.


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

www.drlarrycook.com
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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING AND
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AMENDMENT
Pursuant to Florida Statites, the Washington County Board of County Commissioners will hold a public
hearing on Thursday,April'30, 2009, at 1:00 p.m., or as soon thereafter as the matter may be heard, in the'
County Commissioners Meeting Room located at 1331-South Boulevard, Chipley, Florida, to consider
the approval of a Stipulated Settlement Agreement between Washington County and the Florida Depart-
ment of Community Affairs in DOAH Case Number 07-0609GM, and the adoption of the following
ordinance pursuant to the Stipulated Settlement Agreement:
AN ORDINANCE OF WASHINGTON COUNTY, FLORIDA, AMENDING THE FUTURE
LAND USE ELEMENT OF THE COMPREHENSIVE PLAN FOR WASHINGTON COUNTY
AND THE MUNICIPALITIES OF CARYVILLE, EBRO,.VERNON, AND WAUSAU; TO CRE-
ATE THE MIXED-USE PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT/SKYWATCH FUTURE LAND
USE CATEGORY; AMENDING THE FUTURE LAND USE MAP OF THE WASHINGTON
COUNTY COMPREHENSIVE PLAN TO APPLY THE MIXED-USE PLANNED UNIT DE-
VELOPMENT/ SKYWATCH FUTURE LAND USE CATEGORY TO CERTAIN PROPERTY;.
PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; PROVIDING FOR A REPEALER; AND PROVIDING
FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
The Stipulated Settlement Agreement relates to a comprehensive plan amendment adopted by Wash-
ington County on November 16, 2006, pursuant to Ordi-
nance No. 2006-23. The Stipulated Settlement Agree- I
ment calls for Washington County to adopt a remedial -
plan amendment to the text of the Future Land Use Ele- "-," F
ment of the Comprehensive Plan for Washington County ,- i
and the municipalities of Caryville, Ebro, Vernon, and 1
Wausau to create the Mixed-Use Planned Unit Develop- "
ment/Skywatch future nd use category, and to adopt an
amendment to the Future Land Use Map of the Washing-
ton County Comprehensive Plan to apply the Mixed-Use
Planned Unit Development/Skywatch future land use
category to the property depicted on the,map below. ''
Legal Description of Property Affected By the
Proposed Map Amendment .
PARCEL B Proposed Change from Agriculture/Sil- -
viculture to Mixed Use Planned Unit Development
(PUD)/Skywatch. Petition for Land Use Change sub-
mitted by David Theriaque, Petitioner on behalf of Jon
Flaig, Property Owner.
The purpose of this Land Use Change/Comprehensive Plari Amendment is to allow for the development
of a mixed use subdivision.
The parcel is described as follows:
THE S 1/2 OF SEC 6 T2N'R15W WASHINGTON COUNTY FLORIDA LESS & EXCEPT THAT
PORTION AS CONVEYED TO THE NORTHWEST FLORIDA MANAGEMENT DISTRICT BY
VIRTUE OF THAT SPECIAL WARRANTY DEED RECORDED IN ORB 255 PG 2040.
THE N 1/2 OFTHE NW 14 AND THE NW 1/4 OF THE NE 1/4 OF SEC 7 T2N Ri5W WASHINGTON'
COUNTY FLORIDA.
GOVERNMENT LOTS 5,6,7, 8,9,10,11,12,13,15 & 16, LYING IN SEC 1 T2N RI6W WASH-
INGTON COUNTY FLORIDA LESS & EXCEPT THAT PORTIONS AS CONVEYED TO THE
NORTHWEST FLORIDA WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT BY VIRTUE OF THAT SPECIAL
WARRANTY DEED RECORDED IN ORB 2.55 PG 2040.
THE N 1/2 OF THE.NW 1/4 OF THE SE /4 AND THE NE 1/4 OF THE SW 1/4 OF SEC 12 T2N R16W
WASHINGTON COUNTY FLORIDA.
THE NE 1/4 OF THE NE 14 AND THE SE 14 OF THE NE 14 ALL LYING NORTH AND WEST OF
HWY 79 ALL LYING AND BEING IN SEC 7 T2N RI5W WASHINGTON COUNTY FLORIDA.
Contains 876 acres more or less.
Copies of the Stipulated Settlement Agreement, the proposed ordinance, and this notice may be
reviewed at the Washington County Board of County Commissioners Office at 1331 South Boulevard,
Chipley, Florida, during normal business hours, or you may call 850-638-6200.
All interested parties may appear at the public hearing and be heard with respect to the Stipulated
Settlement Agreement and the proposed ordinance. Persons with disabilities requiring special accom-
modations in order to participate should contact the County at 850-638-6200 at least 48 hours in advance
of the public hearing to request such accommodations. The public hearing may be continued from time
to time as may be necessary..
PURSUANT TO SECTION 286.0105, FLORIDA STATUTES, IF ANY PERSON DECIDES TO AP-
PEAL'ANY DECISION MADE BY THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS WITH RE-
SPECT TO ANY MATTER.CONSIDERED AT THIS PUBLIC HEARING, SUCH PERSON WILL
NEED A RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS AND FOR SUCH PURPOSE, SUCH PERSON MAY
NEED TO ENSURE THAT A VERBATIM RECORD OF THE PROCEEDING IS MADE, INCLUD-
ING THE TESTIMONY AND EVIDENCE UPON WHICH THE APPEAL IS TO BE BASED.


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Local


Saturday, April 18, 2009,


TEA PARTY from page 1


the nation. Numerous calls
primarily on the Internet
for tea parties on April 15
had enthusiastic response,
and widespread anti-tax
protests were organized
for Wednesday.
The Marianna event
is a case in point. "This
was spontaneous," event
Emcee Larry Brock said.
"It just started about three
weeks ago."
Brock and several
others got together
and put out handbills
and other material and
were rewarded with a
large crowd that began
gathering just before noon.
Attendees were asked to
sign a contact sheet for
future events.
"They had the tea party
from 12 to 1 because We
have to work," said Chipola
instructor' Cherry Ward
from Dothan, Ala.
Brock greeted the
crowd as, "you bunch of
right-wing extremists," in
reference to the federal
report brought to light this
week. The complete report
is available at bonifaynow.
com and chipleypaper.com.
Therewas more than one
reference to the reporting
speeches at the tea party.
In .the report the
Department of Homeland
Security is warning law
enforcement officials
about a rise ,in "rightwing
extremist activity," saying
the economic recession,
the election of America's
first black president
and the return of a few
disgruntled war veterans
could swell the ranks of
white-power militias.
"Are we on a watch list
you reckon?" Brock asked.-
SLongtime teacher
Wendell Brock talked about
the history of tea parties,
beginning with the one
protesting taxes in Boston
on March 20, 1773, "They
gave the English three
years to get things right,"
he said. "I hope this bunch
doesn't take that long."
Wendell Brock told the
crowd that the life, liberty
and pursuit of happiness
noted in the Declaration
of Ifitdpendence "were
a gift from God, not from'
the government." He also
said that the Constitution
did not allow' for direct
taxation, but with the 16th
Amendment "all power has
flowed to Washington."''
Wendell Brock noted
that the Declaration of'
Independence and Adam
Smith's classic Wealth.
of Nations were both
published in 1776 both
were manifestos against
taxation ,and due to the
ideas presented, "within
100 years we were the


wealthiest nation in the
world." Now he said that
every American 20 years
old "will pay $100,000 in
interest on the growing
nation debt.
He called the capitalist
system "the greatest
system in the world, and it
will get us out of this mess
if we let it."
"Our democracy is at
risk," said speaker Sybil
Andreasen. She quoted
Scottish writer Alexander
Tyler in 1787 when he wrote:
"A democracy will continue
to exist up until .the time
that, voters discover they
can vote themselves
generous gifts from the
public treasury
."From: that moment
,on, the majority 'always
vote for. the candidates
who promise the most
benefits from the public
treasury, with the result
that every democracy.
will finally collapse due to
loose fiscal policy, which
is always followed' by a
dictatorship."
Andreasen warned that,
"apathy is the greatest
danger to freedom,"
and was among several
speakers that urged those
present to get better
informed and involved in
public issues.
Elaine Thomas noted


that tea
happening
locations
the nation,
grassroots
symbol of


parties were
ift over 2,000
throughout
and that the
effort was a
the power or


everyday people.
Thomas joined other
speakers in blasting the
nation debt, but noted
that' by concentrating
on debt and pork in the
various elements 'of the
bailout bills, "we miss the
big picture," saying that
included were "programs
that would destroy the very
fiber of America."
She included among
them national health
care, the proposed Give
program that would more
than triple the number
of AmeriCorp volunteers
from 75,000 jto 250,000,_
at an estimated cost of
a billion dollars a year
among other provisions
(that she compared to the
Hitler Youth), and other
Proposals.
"What is it about the
word free that blinds
people," Thomas asked.
"Nothing is free. No more
/bailouts. Each person here
must get involved. Each
person must act as if you
life depends on it."
"We're the last hope,"
Larry Brock said.
More photo and video
coverage at chipleypaper
.com


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Yard of the Month


Drake, who, represents
Washington County, was busy in the
House session as he added by voice
vote an amendment to the budget
providing $23 million for small
county road paving and construction
projects.
"The original amount was $45
million and that was reduced to $3
million," Drake said. "We got $20
million returned."
Drake also expressed his
difficulties with HR 7031, a bill
that is about to clear the floor.
While both Drake and State Rep.
Jimmy Patronis said the bill had
good provisions, it also contains
provisions that would limit the
ability of small rural counties to
.compete with larger counties.
The bill is designed to enable
Florida counties to compete
for business and industry with
Alabama and Georgia by providing
new incentives. The bill, however,
negates advantages given to Rural
Counties of Critical Economic
Concerns like Washington County.
"Thebill is disingenuous to small
counties," Drake said. Patronis
compared it to "bringing a knife to
a gunfight," and said it would not
provide a fair playing field. :
Bill Maphis had an exhibit for
Legends and Lore, Karen Roland
had the Arts Council exhibit and
Kenny Ray Mitchell had the exhibit
for the Chamber and the Chamber
booth.
More coverage online at
chipleypapercom


JAY FELSBERG I The Washington County News
Washington County sent a. large delegation to Washington. County
Day at the Legislature. Those present were, Nicole Barefield, Darrin
Wall, Kim Davis Wilson, Jeannie Betts, Gary Clark, Ted Everett and
Andy Fleener; second row, Jim Town, Kelly Brock and Rick Everett;
back row, Joel Pate, Bill Howell, LaMerle Feitsma, Gary Hartinan and
Eddie Holman. Kenny Ray Mitchell organized the exhibit.


AREA BRIEFS


Kids Fishing Day planned for May 9


CHIPLEY Orange Hill Soil and
Water Conservation District will
sponsor Kids' Fishing Day, May
9 starting at 8 a.m. at a pond on
Campbellton Highway. To reach
the pond, go north on State 77 to
Campbellton Highway (County 273),
turn right, go eight-tenths of a mile, a
sign and the pond will be on the right.
Kids Fishing Day is for all
Washington County youth 16
years of age and younger. An adult
must accompany all children who
participate. Hamburgers and drinks
will be served at lunch and there
Will be prizes for everyone.
Those with fishing gear should
take it along. Chris Paxton -of
the Florida Fish and Wildlife


Conservation Commission will
have poles and tackle for those who
need to borrow some. Bait Will be
provided. For more information,
call the Orange Hill Soil and Water
Conservation office at 638-8565.

FHP inspection checkpoints
Florida Highway Patrol will
conduct driver license and vehicle
inspection checkpoints during the
month of April on, the roadways
listed below in Holmes, Jackson and
Washington counties.
Recognizing the danger
presented to the public by defective
vehicle equipment, troopers will
concentrate their efforts on vehicles


being operated with defects such as
bad brakes, worn tires and defective
lighting equipment.
In addition, attention 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 inspection
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 enforcing the equipment
and driver license laws of Florida
while ensuring ithe protection of all
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Scouts do civic projects


Life Scout Jared
Bozarth, with the
help of fellow
Scouts Zack and
Nickolas Butler
and Kirk McKee,
worked this
past weekend
repainting
fire hydrants
as .part of.his
Eagle project to
clean up more
than 200 fire
hydrants within
the city limits.


Watermelon

Pageant

time is here

CHIPLEY Each June
over 100 contestants of all
ages from North Florida and
surrounding areas compete
for the titles 'of Watermelon
Queen. The pageant crowns
queens in 10 age groups
from birth to age 22.
Queens crowned'in the.
SMiss Watermelon pageant
also may compete at the
'statue level for the crown of
Miss Florida Watermelon
Queen 2010.
Because this is a benefit
pageant the Overall Spon-
sorship winner also will be
crowned.
Proceeds from pageant
fees, program sales, con-
cessions and door entry
fees go to benefit 'the Tri-
County Community Coun-
cil's Toys for Tots program.
This year the annual
Panhandle .Watermelon
Pageant will be held on
June 13 at the Washington
County Ag Center in Chi-
pley. Doors open at 11 a.m.
Everyone is invited to at-
tend the pageant.
Applications can :be
picked up at Caroyln's
Fashion, 795 Main Street
in Chipley. Call Carolyn
Sasser at 638-8686 or e-mail
bowsbycarolyn@aol.com
for more information.
Chipola Chapter,
NSDAR to meet
Chipola Chapter, NS-
DAR will meet at Cavern's
Road Church of Christ,
Monday, April 20 at 11:10
with the opening ritual at
11:30 a.m.
Nadine Peacock Stand-
land will give "A Glimpse of
Peacock History."
The. church is located
two blocks north of Jeffer-
son and Kelson. Anyone
who is interested is wel-
come to attend the Dutch
treat luncheon catered by
Roberta Stewart.


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State of Georgia drops DUI

charge against Billy Ballew


Georgia officials have
dropped DUI charges against
NASCAR Truck Series team
owner BillyBallew stemming
from his arrest at Atlanta
Motor Speedway on March 4.
Henry County Solicitor
General Charles A. Spahos
filed an administrative dis,
missal of the charges Monday
in State Court. He says a jury
would have had a hard time
convicting Ballew based on
the facts in the case.
A Henry County Sheriffs
sergeant arrested Ballew, who
owns a condo at the track,
after Ballew was stopped at a
credential checkpoint.
Authorities say Ballew had a
beer can in the car and refused
to take a field sobriety test.

Ventrilo to sponsor
Germain Racing has
added at least three races to
its 2009 program with for-
mer Truck Series champion
Todd. Bodine, which has
been on the verge of shutting
down virtually since the
beginning of the season due
to lack of sponsorship.
Ventrilo, a product of
Flagship Industries and a
group voice communica-
tions program used in tour-


Joey Logano
Place Owner
33 Teresa Earnhardt
34 Robby Gordon
35 Joe Gibbs
36 Kevin Buckler
37 Chip Ganassi
38 Detrich Mateschiltz


Spahos noted in the dis-
missal notice that the officer
at the credential check made
no reference to smelling alco-
hol or seeing any evidence
Ballew was impaired.
He acknowledged he had a
mixed drink with him in the
car when arrested by a Henry
County sheriffs department
sergeant. He said he refused
to take a breathalyzer test.
"I am 100 percent sure that
it will be dropped," Ballew
told the paper. "It was only
one drink. I was not drunk. I
was on Atlanta Motor
Speedway property. I was not
on the highway.'
Ballew, a native of
Blairsville, Ga., owns a condo
on the AMS property.

r the Onion's truck
naments and multiplayer
games, has announced its
primary sponsorship of the
No. 30 Toyota for upcoming
events at Kansas, Bristol and
Gateway.
Crew chief Mike Hillman
Jr. is .anxious to get to
Kansas and show Flagship
Industries how much fun it
is to be a part of a top-
ranked,, highly competitive
race team.


On the


Bubble
Driver: Joey Logano
Owner: Joe Gibbs
Points: 356
Points out of 34th: 21
Points ahead of 36th: 23
Driver Points
John Andretti 540
Robby Gordon 531
Joey Logano 510
David Gilliland 487
Aric Almirola 451
Scott Speed 414


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Sand & sun fun


Jimmie Johnson looks to

make it 4-in-a-row at PIR
By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazette.com
Jimmie Johnson, the three-timie and defending Sprint Cup,
Champion, will go for four-in-a-row at Phoenix International
Raceway tonight.
The last driver to win four consecutive races at a given
track: Johnson, himself. He won four straight at Lowe's Motor
Speedway from 2004-2005.
The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series record for consecutive
wins at a track is seven, co-held by Richard Petty (Richmond,
1970-73) and Darrell Waltrip (Bristol, 1981-84).
Coincidentally, Phoenix is a track with a history of sus-
tained success. Five drivers have posted multiple victories at
Phoenix each time in consecutive races: Davey Allison
(1991-92), Jeff Burton (2000-01), Dale Earnhardt Jr. (2003-
04), Kevin Harvick (both 2006) and Johnson (2007-08).
Likewise, single-race dominance has happened more than
once at Phoenix. Since the inception of Loop Data'in 2005,
two drivers have scored a perfect Driver Rating of 150.0 at
Phoenix. In 2005, Kurt Busch posted the very first 150:0, lead-
ing 219 of 312 laps in his only Phoenix win. In 2006, Kevin
Harvick completed the season sweep of Phoenix, leading 252
laps to score a perfect Driver Rating. Pocono Raceway is the
only other track where .two perfect Driver Ratings have been
recorded (both by Kurt Busch, 2005 and '07).
Johnson is not on the perfect Driver Rating list at Phoenix,
though he has come close. In his November win last season,
Johnson posted a near-perfect Driver Rating of 149.9, leading
217 laps of the' 313 laps and tallying 66 Fastest Laps Run.Of
course there is no word on Andretti's future Sprint Cup plans
after this week's announcement of him running the Indy 500
with the help of Richard.Petty Motorsports.
Sources say a number of employees have been let go and
the number could soon grow to between 40 and 50.
Almirola has an average finish of 32.9 so far this season
and has not finished better than 21st in seven races and no bet-
ter than 33rd in the last three.
As further information is released about the closing, offi-
cials are denying that Truex has a free-agent clause in his con-
tract.
In other racing news: The No. 51 BlackJack Racing Dodge
is expected to return next week in Phoenix. The team moved
its operations back to Westby, Wisc., after they failed to make
the first three Sprint Cup races of the season.
Despite the rumors, it looks as if the No. 71 TRG
Motorsports driven by David Gilliland will also be in Phoenix
next week.


After Samsung 500
Driver
1.. Jeff Gordon
2. Jimmie Johnson
3. Kurt Busch
4. Clint Bowyer
5. Tony Stewart
6. 'Denny Hamlin
7. Kyle Busch
8. Carl Edwards
9. Matt Kenseth
10. Kasey Kahne


Behind
Leader
-162
-180
-187
-191
-216
-240
-265
-290
-303


After Nashville 300
Driver
1. Carl idwards
2. Kyle Busch
3. David Ragan
4. Jason Leffler
5. Brad Keselowski
6, Joey Logano
7. Justin Allgaier
8. Brendan Gaughan
9. Soctt Lagasse, Jr.
10. Jason Keller


Behind
Leader
-23
-160
-197
-226
-231
-283
-283
-287
-292


Three-time defending NASCAR Sprint Cup Series cham-
pion Jimmie Johnson celebrates winning the 2008 edi-
tion of the SUBWAY Fresh Fit 500' at Phoenix
International Raceway. Johnson 'goes for four consecu-
tive victories at the track this Saturday night at 7:44
p.m. on FOX.


After Kroger 250
Driver
1. Kyle Busch
2. Todd Bodine
3. Ron Hornaday
4. Mike Skinner
5. Matt Crafton
6. Terry Cook
7. Johnny Benson
8.. Chad McCumbee
9. Timothy Peters
10. Rick Crawford


Behind
Leader
-38
-71
-76
-121
-154
-167
-177
-179
-186


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Driver Behind
1. Justin Lofton Leader
1. Parker Klingerman -40
3. Patrick Sheltra -65
4. Frank Kimmel -85
5. Norm Benning -115
6. Craig Goess -140
7. Ken Weaver -145
8. Tom Hessert -150
9. Bryan Silas -155
10. Tim George, Jr. -155


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COU TON COUNTY COURT- IFYOU ARE A PERSON FARMERS HOME ADMIN- ING MORE PARTICU- Clerk of the Circuit Court SHUMAKER; JOHN DOE, NOTICE IS HEREBY should be submitted to the
Case #: 07-CA-481 HOUSE, 201 WEST JACK- WITH ADSABLIWHO ISTRATION LARLY DESCRIBED AS By: K. McDanief representing the unknown GIVEN pursuant to an Or- CRWDB by April 27, 2009
DMision # HOS 2 AVENUECHIPLE NEEDSANY ACCOMMO- Plaintiff FOLLOWS: COMMENCE Deputy Clerk occupant (if any) of the, der rescheduling foreclo- at 3:00 RM. (CT).
UNC: FLORIDA AT 11:00 A.M. DATION IN ORDER TO v. AT A POINT WHERE THE subject property address: sure sale dated April 7, EOE/Drug Free
ReCENTRAL STANDARD PARTICIPATE IN THIS THE UNKNOWN HEIRS WEST RIGHT OF WAY Douglas C. Zahm, PA, 1355 Old Bonifay Rd, 2009 entered in Civil Case Workplace/Minority Owned
Regions Bank d/b/a/ Re- TIME,nMay1,2009the PROCEEDING, YOU ARE GRANTEES, DEVISEES, LINE OF NORTH 2ND 18820 U.S. Hwy 19 N., Chipley, FL32428, No. 2008-CA-123 of the Businesses Encouragedto
gions Mortgage Successor following described prop- ENTITLED, AT NO COST LIENORS, TRUSTEES, STREET INTERSECTS #212 Defendants. Circuit Court of the 14th Apply. The CRWDB re-
by Mrger to Union Plant- rty as set forth in said Fi- TOYOU, TTHEPROVI- AND CREDITORSOF THE SOUTH .RIGHT QF Clearwater, FL 33764 Judicial Circuit in and for serves the right to reject
ers Bank, NA, nal Judgmnt, to-wit: SiON OF CERTAIN ASSIS- MARY B. CARTER, DE- WAY LINE OF NORTH (727) 536-4911. phone NOTICE OF SALE Washington County, Flor- any and all bids.
Plaintiff, LOT 22 AND23, WHITE TANCE. PLEASE CON- CEASED, ANDALLCLAIM- BOULEVARD STREET, (727) 539-1094 fax Notice is hereby given that ida, wherein HSBC Bank As published jn the Wash-
-s- OAK SUBDIVISION LYING TACT WASHINGTON ANTS,' PERSONS OR AND RUN THENCE N If you are a person with a pursuant to a Summary USA, National Association, ington County News April
David .W. Reneau and AND BEING IN SECTON COUNTY COURTHOUSE PARTIES, NATURAL OR 89'13'30"W ALONG.THE disability who needs any. Judgment entered in the as Indenture Trustee for 11,18,2009.
Cherry M. Reneau, His 29, TOWNSHIP 2 NORTH, 1293WEST JACKSON AV- CORPORATE, AND SOUTH RIGHT OF WAY accommodation in order above entitled cause in the the registered Noteholders
Wife; RANGE 13 WEST WASH- ENUE, SUITE ONE, CHIP WHOSE EXACT LEGAL UNE OF NORTH BOULE- to participate in this pro- Circuit. Court of Washing- of Renaissance Home Eq-
Defendant(s). INTON COUNTY FLOR- LEY FL 32428 WITHIN 2 STATUS IS UNKNOWN, VARD STREET 378.81 ceeding, you are entitled, ton County, Florida, I-will uity Loan Trust 2006-4,
IDA, AS SHOWN IN PLATT WORKING DAYS OF CLAIMING.BYTHROUGH, FEET, TO.POB, THENCE at no cost to you, to the sell the property located in Plaintiff and Carolyn Tyre 1110
YOUR RECEIPT OF THIS UNDER ORAGAINST S 00*46'19"W 140.0 FEET provision of certain .assis- Washington.County, Flor- are defendant(s),I will sell Cr- -
NOTICE OF SALE: IF YOU MARY B: CARTER, DE- THENCE N 89" 13' 30"W stance. Please contact Jen- ida, being specifically de- to the highest and best COLOR.SELLS!
CLASSIFIED AD ARE HEARING IMPAIRED CEASED, ORANYOFTHE 70.0 FEET THENCE RUN nifer Wells, Court Admin- scribedasfollows: bidder for cash, AT THE GetYourClassifiedAd
CALL: 1-800-955-8771; IF HEREIN.NAMED OR DE- N 0046'19"W 50.0 FEET istrator, Fourteenth "Judi- 'FRONT, COURTHOUSE I in I
DEADLINES ,1OU ARE VOICE IM- SCRIBED DEFENDANTS THENCE RUN N cial Circuit, RO. Box A lot or parcel of land lo- STEP OF THE WASHING- I COLOR. I
DEADLINES PAIRED CALL: OR PARTIES CLAIMING 89'13'30"W 10 FEET, 1089, 301 McKenzie Ave- cated in Chipley, Washing- TON COUNTY COURT- CalI now for detalls
Sc 1-800-55-8770 TO HAVE ANY RIGHT, TI- THENCE RUN N nue, Panama City FL ton County, Florida and HOUSE, 201 WEST JACK- I and be noticed!
Deadline for lasified ad DATED at CHIPLEY, Flor- TLE OR INTEREST IN AND 00*46'19"W 90.0 FEET, 32042 at 850/747-5327 being more particularly de- SON AVENUE, CHIPLEY, I 6.38-9212-
/ M ida this 2 day of April, TO THE PROPERTY THENCE RUN S within 2 working days of scribed as follows: Con- FLORIDA AT 11:00 A.M. or
S Monda at 12 Noon for 2009. HEREIN DESCRIBED; 8g13'30"E 80 FEET TO your receipt of this Notice; mence at the point where CENTRAL STANDARD 547-9414
tLINA HAYES COOK THOMAS S. CARTER; POB, SAID LOT OR PAR- if you are hearing or voice the'west right of way line TIME., May 18, 2009, the L -.'.- .'
the Wednesday papers and CLERK OF THE.CIRCUIT JOHN M. CARTIR; ALLEN CEL OF LAND BEING LO- impaired, call of North 2nd Street inter- following described prop-
iCOURT L. CARTER; JAMES W. CATED IN THE N 1/2 OF 1-800-955-8771 for the sects the South right of erty as set forth in said Fi- I
Thursday 12Noon for the Washington County, Flor- CARTER a/k/a JIMMY SECTION 4, TOWNSHIP 4 Florida Relay Service way line of, North Boule- nal Judgment, to-wit: 1150
ida CARTER; MARY R.HAMIL NORTH, RANGE 13 As 'published' in the vard -Street, thence run LOTS 11, 12, 13 AND 14
Saturday Weekend Edition. BY'JC.Rogers TON; UNDA CARTER WEST, WASHINGTON Washington County News North 8913'30" West along OF BLOCK 1 OF THE J.W Single White Christian
DEPT CLERK CLENDENON LUKE; COUNTY, FL April 18, 25, 2009.. the South right of way line SAPP ADDITION TO THE Female, 36 years of age.
of North Boulevard Street, TOWN OF VERNON, Marriage minded.' Wants
a distance of 300.0 feet to FLORIDA children. Seeking single
S-_______ the point of beginning, LESS AND EXCEPT THE white Christian Male, 36 to
ANN UNCEMENTSNo buying or selling products. land bargains! 20 acres & up. thence run South 0713'49" NORTH 12 FEET OF LOT 40 years of age with same
ANNOUNCEMENTS East 144.65.feet,' thence 11 OF SAID BLOCK 1; desires. If interested
Legal, moral and ethical. CALL NOW Best land deals in America! www. run North 8721' West AND BEING A PART OF please write with details
(800)485-8670/ www.Cash4usdailY. FreeLandList.Cm 99.00 feet,' thence -run THE NORTH HALF OF and send ph6to with way
SAVE $$$ onAdvertisin!Run our (800)485-8670/ www.cash4usdaily. FreeLandist.cm North 0046'19" East 140.0 THE SOUTHWEST QUAR to contact you. Serious in-
A e n oA vei n com feet, thence run South 89" TER OF THE NORTH- quiries only please. Write
classified ad in over 100 Florida 13'30" East along the WEST QUARTER OF SEC- to PO Box 1081, Chipley,
newpaprs' A reachin r 4MISCELLANEOUS South right of way line of TION 35, TOWNSHIP 3 FL32428.
newspapers rea g o r 4 CARSFOR SALE' North Boulevard Street, NORTH, RANGE 15 To the guy who wrote to
MILLION readers for $475 that is 78.81 feet to the point of WEST, WASHINGTON me and called me unique,
MILLION r ders o 4 that IS AIRLINES ARE HIRING Train for beginning. Said lotor par- COUNTY, FLORIDA. please write to me again.
leSs than $4 per newspaper. Calltegra 96 $650! Hg A n Me of land being located in ANY PERSON CLAIMING Accidentally gave it to the
SAcura Integra 96 $650! Honda high paying Aviation Maintenance the North 1/2 of Section 4, AN INTEREST IN THE Post Office and itwas sent
this newspaper (86) 2-1373 Civic '96 $500! Toyota Camry 97 Career. FAA approved program. Township 4 North, Range SURPLUS FROM THE ack to you'll I didn't real-
for moredetails or visit www.rogram. 13 West, Washington SALE, IF ANY, OTHER izeit was riy letter.
Smo d- e ais o. $700! Ford Taurus 99 $450! Police Financial aid if qualified Housing County, Florida THAN THE PROPERTY
florida-classifieds.com. at public sale to the high- OWNER AS OF THE DATE ..
Impounds! For listings call (800)366- available. CALL Aviation, Institute est and best bidder, for OF THE LIS PENDENS
ARTMENTT 9813 ext 9275. of Maintenance (888)349-5387. cash on the front steps of MUST FILE A CLAIM
APARTMENT FOR RENT the Washington County WITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER.
A ARTMENT ORR .___ __ _ Courthouse, 1293 W Jack- THE SALE.
3b son Ave, Chipley, FL, at DATED at CHIPLEY Flor-
HiiUD HOMES! 4bdr 3ba $217/mo Police Impounds! 97 Honda Accord ATTEND COLLEGE ONLINE from 11o00a.m. on the 26 day ida, this 8 day, ofApril,
$500 96/ Honda Civic $500! for Home. *Mbdical *Business of May, 2009. 2009.
3 b Foreclosure! $199/mo$5 96 Honda civic $500! forHome. lines Anyperson claiming an in- UNDA HAYES COOK .- I S
% d yrs @ 8 listings call (800)366-9813 ext 9271 *Paralegal, *Computers, *Criminal terest in the surplus from CLERK OF THE CIRUIT 2100Pets
Renting! 5% ,5 yr 8% apthe sale, if any, other than COURT 2110- Pets: Free to
For' Listings (800)366-9783 ext Justice. Job'placement assistance. the property owner as of Washington County, Flor- Good Home
Listings96 Honda Civic $500! 97 Toyota computer available Financial Aid the date ofthe Us Pend-ida 2120- Pet Supplies
5669 ens must file a claim within- By: K. Mcbaniel 2130 Farm Animals/
"Camry $700! 97 VWPassat $500! if qualified. Call (866)858-2121, E.o0 d aj. tihe sale Deputy Cler'k 214-uliesseock
II you ere p aiBrCQr,' with a Warned
AUCTIONN Police Impounds for Sale! hondas www.CenturaOnline.com. disability who needs any ATTORNEY FOR PLAIN-
AUCTIONS chevys jeeps! for listings (800)3,66- accommodat ion is order TIFF: & FISHMAN,
9813- ex t,94--to ,participate in this pro- SHAPIRO & FISHMAN,
GEORGIA LA D AUCTIONS 9813 ext -9499. REAL ESTATE ceeding, you are entitled, LLP 2100
GEORGIA -LA D AUCTIONS at no cost to you, to the 10004 N. Dale Mabry High- 'Baby Bunnies, cages,
895 acre Farm, 391, acre. Pecan provision of certain assis- way, Suite 112 laucivlngs checks.
Sacr arm cHEALTH BEAUFORT, SC STEAL MY stance. Pleae contact the Tampa, FL33618 p goal FOR SALE
Orchard. Income producing! May H H ADA coordinator, (813)880-8888 Call Ms. Bee,
.. MARSHFRONT. Owner sacrifice! (850)747-5338, within 2 As published in the 1850.5,7-0224. Harvey
1St & 2ndUnited Country Certified working days of your re- Washington County News C,"d2i9
st& 2nd United County Certified ONLINE PHARMACY Buy Soma, Drop dead gorgeous Marshfront. ceipt of this document; if Apil118, 25, 2009. CNaner Rd o nf 79 ear
Real Estate (800)711-9175. www. 9you are hearing or voicl y L HWY6 -,
Certify ledRealEstateAu(ctions. co Ultram, Fioricet, Prozac,* Buspar Abutting lot 67 sold and closed yo hearing or vo bicAuct
GAL3046 10%BP $71.99/90 $107/180 Quantities, for $ 59,900: Lot 68 just $89,900. 1-800-5 1. The following vehicles will i o s. 0
:PRICE INCLUDES PRESCRIPTION!. Incrediblehomesite, beautifultrees, Clerkoftheircuourt be sold at public Auctio Ca638-2010or527-0814.
By K. McDaniel at Nichols Auto Repair and
AUCTION! Brick Home and 395 Over 200 Meds$25Coupon Mention captivating marsh views. Great As Deputy Clerk Towing @ 1146 Jackson
Acres on Elk River, FAYETTEVILLE, Offer:#91A31. (888)389,0461. tri- area w/municipal sewer and water. EYoung A M the ing 2130
LINCOLN COUNTY, TENNESSEE. drugstore.com Nearby hospital, hotels dining and Legal Newspaper dates: For Sale: 'New Wsten
LIC LONYTN ESE______m.^ __l___ _______-8837. James Conway obo Era 04/22/09 Saddle, 16 inch, only used
Saturday May 2nd 12:00 C-more. Call: (877)671 837 Conway 98 Dodge 4Dr Gold VIN 4 times, very nice. Sold
noon. Garner Auctions, I. E 'Nationwide Credit Service, #IB3EJH6X2WN230876 horse need sell saddle.
noon. Garner Auctions, Inc. H LP iWANTED Inc. 94 Chevy 2Dr Green VIN Cost $300., warehouse in
gan acio n. c Kn Oversize Lake Lot! 4.1 AC- $25,200 Janice Marie Shumaker #2GLFP2297R2186524 El-Paso, TX. Will sell for
garnerauctionsinc.com, Ken As published in the Wash- As published in the Wash- $250. or OBO.
Garner TNFIRM 4293, (877)914- $600 Weekly Potential$$$ Helping FREE BOAT SLIPS! (was $39,900) ington county News April ington County News April 850-547-5355 Cell:
SOLD. the government PT. No Experience. Park- like hardwood setting near 18,25,2009. 18,2009850-373-6217
No Selling. Call: (888)213-5225 Ad lake. .Enjoy deeded access -to
AUTO DONATIONS Code: M -private lake, free boat slips &
pavilion. Quiet rd frontage, utilities,
DONATE YOUR VEHICLE RECEIVE OTR Drivers- Join PTL! Up to 34cpm. warranty deed. Excellent fin dancing.
$1000GROCERYCOUPON UNITED REQUIRED 12 months experience Must see, call now (888)792-5253,
BREAST CANCER FOUNDATION and CDL-A. Out 10-14 days. No x. 2274. TN Land/Lakes, LLC
Free Mammograms, Breast Cancer felon or DUI past 5 years. (877)740- STEEL
Info www.ubcf.info FREE Towing, 6262. www.ptl-inc.com STEEL BUILDINGS
Tax Deductible, Non-Runners -
Accepted, (888)468-5964. Over 18? Between High School and PRE-ENGINEERED STEEL
College? Travel and Have Fun w/ BUILDING SALE- Low As $3.89/ C&C Bookkeeping and
BUILDING SUPPLIES Young Successful Business Group. SF Commercial 30 Year Warranty. Tax Service. Open 5 days Tractor Work. Can do
NoExperience Necessary.2wksPaid(850)638-143 Letmekeepyouryard cut ush hoging; disc, dirt
METAL ROOFING. 40yr Warranty- Training. Lodging, Transportation Warehouses, Mini-Storage, Factory thisyear.Weedeatingand leveling;, pushing small
'Buy direct from manufacturer 30/ Provided. (877)646-5050. Erection. Field Service From Our Reasonable rates. Call throats.
colors in stock, w/all accessories. \Representative (800)720-6857. Kenneth for a free esti- Two Kubota Front End
lors in st k, w/all accessories piv Headliners and Vinyl mate. 850-260-1218 Loaders. One Excavator.
Quick turn around. Delivery Help Wanted. No Truck Driver Tops MobileUnit. Idothe No job too small.
work at your home or Light Truck/Tractor Work 373-8922.
available. Gulf Coast Supply Experience-No Problem. Wil- r workplace.Reasonable Top Soil, Mushroom Com-
Mfg, (888)393-0335 www. Trans Will Teach You How t Drive. rate n ne inyl t post, Rock, Sand and Cy-
WWW. Trans Will Teach YOU HOW to Drive. and auto carpeting. Fre press Mulch. Pick up or
GulfCoastSupply.com Company Sponsored CDL Training. estimates delved 773-3349 or
leave message. (850) 850-570-3776.
________Must be 23. (888)368-1205 638-7351 _
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES -Soverd For sale on tenm,
HOMES FOR RENT ADVERTISING NETWORKS OF F ORIDAdtipede and 419 Bermuda. B&M Mower Repair &
__ West Florida Turf (850) Service. Quality work at a
100% RECESSION PROOF! Do . .. Babysitting in My Home, 415-0385; (850) 638-4860. fair price. Pickup & Deliv-
you earn $800 in a day? 25 Local 4Br 4Ba Foreclosure! $12,500! Only lassifie Display to DMonFriin Chipley All Established 1980 ery (850)63Available. Bill or Mary
yo erna e l -.a orcour. ~ n Casife references. CallRichelle492
Machines and Candy $9,995. $217/Mo! 5% down 15 years @ 8% wreren2 Call Richelle
(888)629-9968 BO02000033 CALL apr. Buy, 3 Br $199/Mo! for listings @850-72-0768.
US: We will not be undersold! (800)366-9783 ext 5798 RinWfist p Sewingy Machint e andsVacg-
-( Mini Warehouses. If you anteed service on all
Financial Freedom for YOU!!! LOTS ACREAGE Week Of Carpentry, pressure wash- don't have the room, "We makes and models. Free
Financial Freedom for YOU!!! LOTS & ACREAGE Ving, lawn care, patio & win- Do" Lamar Townsend estimates. Western Auto,
Receive $500-$1000 CASH DAILY April 19-25, 2009 dow re-screening. great (850)638-4539, north of 216N. Waukesha, Bonifay.
returning phone calls! Not MLM. FREE LIST of Florida/ Georgia rates.(850)6384492 Townsends. 547-391,0
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Gulf Coast B&B Furniture 1342 North Good Chrlstan man, look- Wanted: Teacher with 40 SPRING Into a newly re- 3BR/2BA Large Country 3BR/2BA Doublewide Chlpley, 2/3BR, 2BA like 1998 Ford Escort Zx2, 2
SRR Avenue, Chipley. We ing for widow woman I can hour certification to work in modeled apartment, home in Alford. $650 a w/carport. Located on Cor- brand new, beautiful lot door, green color, sunroof,
Charity paycashforclean, quality rent a rom from.Calland 1 & 2 Year old class. RidgewoodApartments month. 3BR/1BA in the bin Rd. $600 month. Call w/pond on 3 acres. Only cool air. Good Condition.
furniture. 850-557-0211 or we can talk, 850-547-3868. 850-547-1444 Clean, Safe, Affordable City of Cottondale. $500/ 260-2690. 45 mins. to Panama City $3,000.00 Call
Celebration 850-415-6866. Ask for Ask for William Steverson Housing, Hurry! Limited month. Deposit &3BR/2BA w/arge additionBeach owner may finance 850-547-2017
Pasco or Carolyn number available. reference required.arge additi or give $15,000 cash back.
Pasco or Carolyn 850- 557-7732 85-579-4317 fenced. 2 $139,900. OBO. Lowered 2002 Hyunda Sonata.
Horse Showfor House in 850- 557-7732 850-5794317. storage buildings. Smoke 50K(314)346-3303. Warranty, full power, re
orse S foreclosure to buy. Must 4130 | 3BR/1BA Brick home for free environment, no pets. mote alarm, cruse, AM-FM,
& Musical be in city limits of Bonifay. Other rent. Including W/D hook $575 month plus deposit. For Sale. 3BR/2BA Home. CD V6, auto. Blue.
Festival Cal 850-333-8503 6 0 up, fenced yard, smoke Water & Sewage included. Large lot, in Chipley City Replaced transmission &
Mystery Shoppers, get R/BAn Ca ill free environment, no pets. 850-258-2086. limits. $62,000. Call Kevin timing belt. $6,500. Terrific
Frank Brown Park r' - Pole Barn Metal Truss, paid to shop! Retail/dining 2 acres. W/D inclued.o $700/mo. 8. @ 850-3ta251-6550. Will buy!. 850.638-8652.
S pr MAKE E$mTRA7/ 3- 21 & 36 ft, post to post establishments need Bonlfay Hwy 2 rental showpysappt.only.
April 22-2 I Huge YardS 32 36e ft t post we establishments need un- Low electric. $425. month 3BR/2BA House for rent. 2BR/1BA Sgle Wideswbat ly
April 22-25 Huge YardSae, wide. 21 ft tin, 3 ft wide. derercover clients to judge plus $425. security de- No pets. Application 772/340-4220 For Sale: 1900 square
May 9ti @ Wausau ce. I Two row cultivator with quality customer service. posit. Call 850-276-6577 needed. Call 638-1918. foot brick split level home.
Possumi r Palace.erv r planters. Call Earn upto $150. a day. Bonifay, BONUS 1 Call 850-535-2680
Clls to oreserv yr 850-594-5200. Call (888)-523-1013. 2BR/2BA House for rent in 3BR/1BA House, Chipley. I mth free w/ security 850-849-5068 For Sale: 1982
/535I s or 35266. I W J a Chipley. Two story withGood neighborhood. HU dep r 2ba $500. r Chevy/WB, V-8, auto,
fr53 03 or 535276 I Wanted: Junk appli- basement on Blue Lake. 6 accepted. Call 638-4345. mo. 2br, 2 ba$450. moV
L Veneers *o ances, lawn, golf carts, ," Acres land. Rents for For Rent. 3BR/2BA, brik ,850-699 4599 new transmission, solid
arm and garden equip- $1000 per month with ome $625 per month. F e I 7150 OBO 850-527-3741,7a.m.
Garage Sale. Saturday, ment, satellites for free. I $1000 security deposit. Call850-547-3542 For Rent 3BR/2BA dou- 6.3Acres,highanddry to6p.m.
April 25th, 8am-2pm. will pick up. Call Ready for immediate occu- blewide. in Bonifay. No South of 1-10. About half-
MERC DISE Household quilters mate- 850-547-0988 or pancy. Progressive Realty, For Rent: 4Bf/2BA Brick Pets, cell # 850-373-8938 y between Bonifay &
% rial, books, VHS movies. 850-326-5329 638-8220. home, North Hwy. 79 Vernon. riced to sell!
in A---Hwy 276, 1 mile west of '- Bonifay. $750.00 month For Rent:1,2 &3BR/2B A Vernon. Priced to sell!w
A-ford5^57mi wt of 2BR Furnished House. 500 $425.00 month & up. Ce- Day; 850-57-5070, Night;
R EAL ESTATE FORR Washer850-p 5202.0 deposit8Gary 850-573-0253
ford. 8505790705. IE r E asher/Dryer, CH/A, car- 850-527-328 dar gardens Community, 850-573-0253 2005 Honda Road/Street
3100 6100 Business/ port, water, garbage. No pets, Contact Robert 8 Acres w/Mobile Home. Shadow Spirit Motorcycle.
Huge Moving yard sale 3310 Commercial Smoke free environment. House For Rent: 2BR/1BA Smith 850-373-8256 New well, septic, heat/AC $5,000. Can been seen at
Wanted To Buy antiques, Friday & Saturday April 17 LESSONS AVAILABLE: 8110- Apartments No pets. Very clean. $425 home in country, no inside 850-844-0463 unit. UG power $85,000. Community South Credit
collectibles, gold, silver, & 18,20097am until. Fur- limited sace Piano Gui- -Beach Rentals mo, $300 deposit pets, $475. month, and orRent 2 & bedroom 3308 Power Line Rd. Union 1044 Hwy 90 .,
dinnerware, collections, nature, tools, lawn equip- 6130 Condoownhouse 850-638-1272. $450. deposit. Approx. 4 F or Rent: 2 & 3 bedroom 3308 Power Line Rd. Un85-5969217 Chipley, 1044 Hwy 90 E.,F
intn calltar, Bass Drums, Banjo, 14 -Hse Rentals miles NW of Chipley. Call mble homes in Bonifay.850596-9217.Chipley .
paintingsal ASchmdt met, and misc Mandolin Violin, Flute. 615-Roommate Wanted 2BR/1BA House for rent. 850-547-4006. all 850-547-3462 11 + acres, partly FORSALE.2002Suzuki
850-638-7304 .1268 Piney Grove Rd Open Mon-Sat, 6160- Rooms for Rent w
Chipley, FI Cvingon-usia 6170 Mobile Home/Lot Hwy 77 South, 3 miles off For Rent: 2BR/1BA Mo- cleared w/2 homesites, 2 GSX R-1000. After market
Covington Music 6180 Out-of-Town Rentals Houston Rd. Call 638-1858 bile Home $300. moth, miles south of 1-10, Hwy. paint job. Minor scratches.
Downtown Chipley. 6190 -Timeshare Rentals for info. J plus $300. deposit, no 279, on Shull Rd. $35,000. Mileage, 12,900.. Price,
Yard Stile. Fri. & Sat., 850-638-5050. 6200 Vacation Rentals 6170 pets. Call 850-547-2043. 850-849-5280 Anytime $5,500. 850-258-0096
[- 3110 April 17&18, 10am-until. 3BR/1BA Farm House ints. Call 850-547-2043. 850-49-5280Anime $5,500850-258-0096
Corner of South Blvd & 8th the country near Vernon, 2 BR Mobile Home. Fur- Leave message. Approximately 100 Acres 2007 Artic Cat 700 EFI.
For Sale: Whirlpool Street, Chipley. Furniture, FL. Free garbage & lawn nished, Clean, CH/A, car- For Rent: 3BR/2BA mobile North of Westville Snorkeled with gorilla
sooth top stove (white), exercise equipment, col- 6 00 care. $600 month, $300 port, 2 decks, nice area, pasture/wodland for rentaxes. 27" wheels with ga-
$175., OBO. Whirlpool rd deposit.35-0368. No pets. $550 plus de home, central heat and air asture/wodland for ren t ires. 27" Aftewheels with ga-
Sde by Side refrigerator lcbles,bab things,bird Executive Office Space osit 535-0368 63 Bonifay850-547-5628 for cows. Fenced/water.or tr te et
(white), ice/water indoor, as & muh mo an- for rent downtown Chipley. 3BR/1BA Home in Bonifay C.Mobile Home for6rent38 Price, $5,500. Call (850)
$225. OBO850-5473948 if rain. Will hold on Allutil. incd638-1918 for rent. $550 a month, 2BR Mobile Home, Ver- 2BR/2BA water/sewerand Twoacres&One 10 ac- 258,0096 fr more info
_____________________ _____ $40 surity. Call 2BR/2BA, water/sewer an T
Ofepeoea 0 $400 security. 4Call nn, workshop, fishing lawn service furnished. 3 res on Buddy Rd. One 10
Office space for lease 850-547-1001. pon. 2BR & 3BR mobile miles east of Vernon on Pi- acres & One 13 acres on
Yard Sale. Sat., April 18, 1240 S Bvd (Coner of s Doneer Rd. 850-638-9933 or Gainer Rd. Owner financ-
7am-lpm. Bird Huses Wnd S. Blvd/7th St), Chipley, Publisher's all 85035-280 or325-233-9224, ing For more info cll Mil82
swings, kayak & huge vari- 410 nt $850-849-5068 850-638-7315. ton Peel @ 850-638-1858. 14 foot thick aluminum
AUCTION y ofitems. 561 Aford Rd. 4130 Employment $750/mo, 1000 sq ft., 3 Notice 850-638-7315. 14 foot thick aluminum
AUCTIONInformation offices, 1 reception, 1 2BR Mobile Home good Mobile Homes in Cot- v-bowboat. Holdsupto25
Saturday Al 8h 638-1991.bath, kitchen, parking All real estate advertising in location in Chipley. No tondale on Sapp Rd, 8 mi- HP motor. Good condition,
10:00AM o ha dwood firs. Are espa ertisib Pets. 850-638-4640. tondale on Sapp Rd, 8 mi- -o.850-58-5555 or
SM this'newspaper is subject to s.850-638-4640. les E. of Chipley. 3br, 2ba, I 7160 350.00. 850-54-5555 or
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storage and paw shop. Wal-Mart. 1364 LeAnder t e sort haus raiaceoo, c religion, sex, Hope area. $500 a month, www.charloscountryliv- las Ferry Rd. Day; 83
storage and pawnrso. Wl-Mart. 14 LeAndr fo wartime ort hauls. 61310 handicap, familial status or $300 deposit ing.com 850-547-5070, nite; 30
99 Chevy 1500,conversion Lane, Driver home every night 150-547-5683, ask
van deluxe interior, 3 ice Will bepulling a 53 foot 1Bedroom apartment up- national origin, or an Inten- 850-918-7876 or 535-0665. 850-547-5683, ask for Cross Country G.M. 32'
cream freezers, Ig display trailer. If interested lease tairs in Bdnifay, kitchen,I ton, to make any such ref- Mary Ann Motor Home, Runs good,
e dispayerence, limitation or dis- 2BR/2BA Mobile Home room, covered porches.iS aryAnn o or Home, Rs gLooks
case, antiques, collecti- ca 850-638-6889 l rm ning room. crimination" Familial status for rent. No pets. $400 a Smoke free environment. great, low mileage. Looks
blues, furniture, glass ware, water, sewage, garbage; includes children under the month plus deposit In secure setting. $500 Large generator. $5,500,
costume jewelry, pictures, 3280ld like included. $425.00 month, age of 18 living with parents 547-4232 or 527-491 month. 535-9672. ..d. sell or trade.
sm, apple' kirby vac bed- r---- -- -- mostany kind ofwork. Any-5-524 or leal cstodians preg-l h for rt
room set, d;rn LARRY CAGLE m an nant women and people se- 3BR/1BAMHforrent. Hwy > 95 Ford Custom Van.
couches od rr,ne to time and day. Work .by 1BR Apartment in curing custody of children -90 W., Bonifay, just past Nice, runs good. $3,000.
beds,, chai' enl nr, ',uy or sell hour or by job. Home Chipley. Good location, under 18. High School. $450. 89 Ford Probe. Looks
center. Cr in BF conal equipmeantr 50-638-1907, Cell No pets. 638-4640. in a o month, first/last/damage ( o. e a a great, runs good. $1,500.
Dozr Loders 850-260-0271. Ask for BudNots.6380. This newspaper will not electric'deposit Also have Call 415-7192.
rsF r2BR/1/BA two-story Apt knowinglyaccept any ad- large house for rent; needs OI E A E __ _
BayCounAuction AB964. Eaalors Foneslry 2BR/1%BA two-story Apt vertising for real estate os f re ee REoRs"
AU1384.tyAuContact I Sewing Machine Me- for rent. No pets. 638-1918 which is in violation of the lots f repair. Prefer no 8100Antique&ollectibles.
IIcagle@cagleequlP-l chanics needed immedi- or 850-258-5521. law. Our readers are hereby pets. Call for details. 810 Cars
S menlt.com ately in Defuniak Springs, informed that all dwellings 850-443-3190. REAL ESTATE FOR SA 8120 Sports UtilityVehicles 8340
S cell:850-4491432 Florida. Two or more Furnished 1BR Apart- advertised in this newspa- 8RBA Mobile Home 130- Trucks 36 foot class A
ik 0 7 s---, - years experience essential ment. $380 month. Free per are available a.equal 7100- Homes 8140.- Vans
3150 to thisposition. Industrial water, sewage & garbage. opportunitybasis.Toco- Excellent condition, CH/A, 7110-Beach Home/ 8150- Commercial Motorhome, like new, low
etee Btiir e a experience a plus. This 1-888-744-4793. plain of discrimination call stove, refrigerator,. WD Property 810 Motorcycles miles, many extras, origi-
SSteel Buildings s M position offers highly con HUD toll-free at hook-up. In park in Chip- 7120 Commercial 8170- Auto Parts nal $203,000. now
Recession Disc. peE wages. In ami- L 1BAo r90 1-800-669-9777. The ley. No pets. $575 month, 7130- Condofrownhouse & Accessories $30,000. due to illness.
1821 $4500 toll-free number for the $575 deposit. 638-0560 or 7140 -Fars & Ranches 8210-Boats 850-535-2680 or
:18l21 $41,500 tior, we offer excellent sq. ft. '$600, S/D $400. hearing impaired is 850-774-3034. 7150- Lots and Acreage 8220 Personal Watercraft 850-849-5068
36x51 $11,552 For Sale. 10" table saw, benefit programs. (health, Downtown Chipley, con- 1-800-927-9275.- 710-Mohie Homes/Lots 8230- Sailboats
105x105 $58,730 6" joiner, 6'&8' stepladders, dental, vision, short-term venient location. Rent in- 3BR/2BA, 3/4 mile from 7170.- Waterfront 8240 Boat & Marine 1997 37FT Holiday Ram-
Complete Const Avail 20' ext ladder, washer and disability, 401k and more), eludes stove, refrigerator, Bonifay Elem School. On 7180 Investment Supplies bier Motor Home. Diesel
Com plete Property ,-8310- Aircraft/Aviation
www.scg-rp.com dryer,sofa, stroller, car Call 850-892-5731 to city water, sewer, garbage. L Hwy. 177A, entrance to 71a0- Out-of-Town 8320- ATV/OffRoadVehicles pusher. Super slide.. Lots
Source#0WA seat. ALL ITEMSLIKE schedule an onsite inter- Sorry no pets or HUD. ia mobile home park. Call Real Estate 8330- Campers & Trailers of extras. $35,000.
850-391-0204 NEW. 850-579-0705. view. 850-638-3306. 547-3746. 7200 Timeshare 8340 Motorhomes 850-547-5228.


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