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Title: Washington County news
Uniform Title: Washington County news (Chipley, Fla.)
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Language: English
Creator: Washington County news
Publisher: Washington County news
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Place of Publication: Chipley, Fla
Publication Date: October 3, 2009
Copyright Date: 2009
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began May 23, 1924.
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the tip. Washington County
Sheriff's Office spokesper-
son Andrea Gainey said Bay
County deputies made the
arrest.
Mlario Antwoin Massaline
was wanted for ~violation
of probation on Flee and
Elude '
Jerry Russell Linton,
wantedforviolation ofproba- ,
tionr on carrying a concealed
weapon ~and possessiori of


'the Florida Department of
Corrections and one to fed- .
eral custody. There have
been 11 cleared just since
August."
.Davris was the result of a
Bay Countyt person seeing
the list and calling WCSO.
"We have located people all
'over the country using the
list," Gainey said.
"LWe have seen tremen-
douss success thanks to the


public and community in-
volvement~," Sheriff Bobby
Haddock said. "Without the
help of the public our job
would be much harder."
If you have informar-
tion on any of the suspects
email tips@weso.us or call
638-T`IPS (8477). These are
totally anonymous contacts,
Gainey said.
Updated MVost Wanted on
Page A2.


JAY FELSBERG
ManagingEditor '
ofelsberg@chipleypaperctom
CHIPLEY Three of
Washington County's~ most
wanted have recently' been
arrested. .
William Leonard Davis,
wanted for sale of marijua-
na, was bowling at Rocket
Lanes in Panama City when
law enforcement received


controlled substance.
The arrests followed~the
capture of two others on the
list by the Bonifay Police
Department recently, mak-
.ing a total of five itl the last
two weelds.
The Ten Most Wanted
list was instituted by Sheriff
Bobby Haddock in February
2007. "We have cleared 56
warrants based on the list,"
Gainey said. "We sent 24 to


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in Falling Waters
Park, three miles
south of Chipley off
Hwy -77. Take along
your-lawn chair to
enjoys stories, music
and legends of
the past. For more
information visit
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ARC of
Washington-Holmes
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recently recognized
as Employment
Center of the Year
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RESPECT of.Florida.
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Chipley ,High rPOUld
School Cow
C hip .~Festi- likie to
val w~as held
at the new gtve
Sc oos me~ilt~Hgh a big
athletic com- thanks~
plex Sept. 26.-
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event was
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pants waited SUyp-
for them to do ,
"what 'comes: ~porT.
naturally"
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be their num- Sgt. Lonnie
her. Sewers
`The event
was a school
wide fundraiser sponsored
by the Chipiey FFA C~hap-
ter, CHS Baseball,. Volley-
ball and Golf teams.
Other sponsors of the
event were Proressional
Printing and Designs,
Stones Chipley Packing
Company, Washington
County Farm Bureau,
Washington-Holmes Cat-
tleman's Association aihd
the Westerner, Inc.
The Chipley High
School's JROTC Program
was also having a barbecue
plate sale to raise funds for
the JROTC ~Program.
"We raised over $1,500
and sold over 600 pounds
of barbecued meat,", said
1st Sgt. Lonnie Segers.
"We would like to give a big
thanks to the community
for all of their support."


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and Gun & Knife Show .in Washington County, Fla.
Share your sport and recreation products and serviices
with thousands of sports enthusiasts in North Florida
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The 2009 Outdoor Expo is the host site for the
.area's premiier Gun & Knife Show.
:Multi-media Expo promotion will reach more than 92,000
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The Washingtori County Sheriffs Office values
and recognizes the need for public assistance in
tracking fugitives. The fugitives shown here are
wanted on active, outstanding Washingtoni
County Warrants.
If you have information regarding the where-
abouts of a wanted person: TAKE NO ACTION
ON YOUR OWN. Report any such information to
the Sheriffs office at (850) 638-6111.
If you wish to remain anonymous please call our
tips line at 6 3 8 -T I P S,
o pdated/41-2009s 8:00 An.M


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quality AGCO" Part for your equipment am- I -.r. 0~i~
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DOB 09-16-1966
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Jessica Mardone Granger
DOB 12-12-1969
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Gary Lee Souders
DOB 03-14-195 .
Heigt 6'0


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DOB 01-30-1980
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Height 6'00


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CHIPLEY The Outdoor Expo and Gun
&; Knife Showv,,sponsored by Washington
County. Chamber of Commerce, will be
held No\: 21-22 at the Washinlgton Counlty
A~g Center in Chipley. Hours are Saturday, 9
a~m. to 6 p~m., and Sunday, noon to 5 p.m.
:.Visitors will enjoy\ a variety of demon-
strations, exhibitions. wildlife taxidermy
display and live animalsh~ows. Attendees
will have access to the~ premier Gtun & Knife .
Show featuring a select group of vendors
wiith handguns, rifles, kniives. ammunition
and holstering equipment.
Concealed weapons permlit courses wrill
also be offered.


There willbe plenty of hands-oni-activi-
ties for children, including BB gun, archery
and casting contests, woodcraft activities
and lots of food and refreshments and
prizes,
Admission is $5 per person per day or $8
for both days and includes admission into
the G un &: Knife Show. Kids younger than l2
will beadigitted free ofcharge. Allproceeds
help support the Chamber's mission of eco-
nomic .development.and business growth,
Spjonsor~ship and exhibitor information is
available at ivcexpo.org, by e-mail to info@
weexpe.org or by calling 638-4157. Space is
limited.


Washington .Chainber .of
Commerce.
Anyone interested
in donating used books
iri good condition, call -
Cynthia Johnson at 638
1983.

Octtober Story Tim'
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CHIPELY ~Following


is the October Story
Time Schedule for the
Washington County
Library in Chipley:
. *Oct. 8 -- Spiders
Oct. 15 Bats
Oct. 22 -Pumpjkins.
Allevents start at 10:30
a.m.-each Thilrsday.
There will be no story
~time on Oct. 29, because of
the fall break.


Library book salle
CHIPLEY Friends of
the Washingtonl county
Library~ will hold a faill
book sale Friday, Oct. 16
and Satrirday, Oct. 17,
from 9 -a.m. until noon
both days. The book
sale wrill be held at the
Historic Library on~ Fifth
Street nlext door to the


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Outdoor Expo set for Nov. 21-22


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'Barefoot in the Park' tickets on sale now


ARC WINS RESPECT


;t meeting of year
president; Mary Beth Mlinchin, secretary;
Jessie Owen, treasurer; Malinda Locke,
sergeant at arms and song leader; Mar-
shall Kneiss, recreation leader; Samantha
Raney, ~reporter; Lily Welch, snack lead-
er; Morgan ~Helms, chaplain; and Haley
Helms and Hannah Welch, historians. The
historians will work together to make a
scrapbook and a video for the club.
Florida Fire Ants meet the first Mon-
day of each month at 9:30 a.m. at the
Washington County Ag Center. This club
is primarily made up of home-schooled
students. Anyone interested mn helping.or
joining should call Andrea Locke at 638-
3899 or Julie Dillard at 638-6180 or Saman- '
tha Raney ~at 638-3655.


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WASHINGTON COUNTY RESIDENTS


AMNQESTY DAY

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Recycling Center
.Hu~y. 77, North of Wausau
8 a.m. to 12 Noon

Clean Out Your House, Shed,. Barn and Join
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SFree Disposal Of:

*12 Regular Passenger Tires Per Vehicle
(Any over 12 will be a .50 charge per tire without rim, with rim charge will
be $1.00)
*3 Major Appliances Peq* Vehicle
(Any over 3 will be a $2.00 Charge)
*Wrhite Paper, Magazines, Cardboard, Soft Plastic
*Household Hatardous Wastes (Please flo Gas
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Florida Highway Patrol will conduct driver's
license and yehicle inspection checkpoints during -
the October on the roadways listed below in Hol"
Ines, Jack~son and Washington counties.
Recognizing the~ danger presented to the public
by defective vehi2:le cequiprrient, troopers will con-
centrate their. eftorts on vehicles being operated:.
with: defects such as bad brakes, worln tires and
Defective lighting equipnient. In addition, attention
will be directed to drivers who would violate ~the
driver's license laws of Florida.
Officers will be on State Roads No. 2, 10, 69, 71
73, 77, 79, 81, 273, 276,' 277 and 286. County~ roads
with inspection points include No. 69A, 162, 164,
165, 165A, 167, 169, 173, 177, 177A, 179, 181, 185, 271,
276, 279, 280 and 284, and Snow Hil Road.
The Patrol has found these checkpoints to be
att effective means of enforcing the equipment and
driver's license.1aws of Florida while ensuring the
protection of all motorists-


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Saturday, October 3, 2009


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18 and Oct. 22-25, with Thursday-
Saturday shows starting at 7 p.m.
and Sunday shows starting at 2
p~m
The Spanish Trail Playhouse
is at 680 Second St. m 'Chipley
inside the Historic Chipley High
School. For more information,
visit www. spanishtrailplayhouse .
com or e-mail spanishtrailplay-
house@gmail.com.


ensues a's the power of love gets
tested to its limits.
Neil Simon is at his best in this
heartwarming comedy about sac-
rifices, new beginnings and not
letting obstacles get in the way of
what truly matters.
The cast includes Kara Hewitt
as Corie Bratter; Arthur Obar as
the telephone repair man; Kevin
Russell as Paul Bratter; Terrie


Garrett as Corie's mother, Mrs.
Banks; Danny Page as Victor
Velasco; and Garrett Brolund as
the delivery man. The staff in-
cludes Kevinr Russell as director,
Rachel Webb; as producer, Chel-
sea Bush as stage manager, Jim-
my Miller as technical director;
and Steve Yates as-set director.
Neil Simon's 'CBarefoot In The
Park" will take the stage Oct. 17-


ter of this production, children
younger than 12 are not encour-
aged to attend.
In "Barefoot," newlyweds Co-
rie and Paul Bratter return from
their honeymoon ready to start
their exciting new life together,
but things aren't exactly going as
planned.
Things get a little too cozy for
the young couple, and hilarity


5 ecial to the Washington County New v
GIIPLEY Tickets for the Span-
ish Trail Playhouse production of
"Barefoot in the Park" are now
being sold. -
Tickets are $10 each at the
Washington County Chamber of
Commerce, 672 Fiftli St. in Chi-
pley. Call the Chamber at 638-
4157. Because of the subject mat-


John Maslar,
.. Northwest Florida
: district supervisor
Sfor RESPECT of
Florida hands
the Employmen~t
Center of the
Year award to
Sandy Pritchard,
J;- executive
~is director of ARC
Sof Washington-
.Holmes counties.
SPEAnL TO THE
WASHINGTONI
COUNTY NEWS

a higher quality of life ~and economic
independence. ARC of Washington-Hol-
mes Counties is pleased to be partnered
with such a valuable service provider.
RESPECT of Florida was estab-
lished in 1974 by the Florida Legislature
as a preferential purchasing program to
encourage and assist individuals who
have disabilities to achieve maximum
personal independence through use-
ful, productive and. gainful employment
by assuring an expanded and constant
market for their products and services.


Organization named,
Employment Center of the Year
Special to the Washington; County News
HIlPLEY ARC of .Washington-Hol-
mes Counties was recently recognized
as Employment Center of the Year for
Services from RiESPECT of Flbrida.
ARC of Washington-Holnies counties
and RESPECT. of Florida work together
.to ensure that individuals with a disabil-
ity are provided an opportunity to enjoy


NUewvs maIK tcra

AWF show postponed
WAUSAU The American
Wrestling Federation show
scheduled for Saturday in
`Wausau has been postponed.
For more information, call
638-7183.

Te Great Banquet
CHI'PLEY A Thanksgiving
Day dinner for Washington
County residents in need is
planned for Thursday, Nov.
26, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. in
the Washington County Ag
Center, Highlway 90 in Chi-
:pley.
19ake reservations for
your family by calling 638- .
0182. Proof of residence may
be required. The Christian
Fellowship committee spon-
sors event. Volunteers are
ineedied.


Fire AntS h100 fifs

Special to the Washington countyy News
CHIPLEY The Florida Fire Ants 4-H
Club held its first meeting of the year and
officer elections on Sept. 14. This year's
theme will be music. The club is lookirig
for community service ideas and for plac
es to plant trees as part of a national 4-H
project to plant I million trees.
Club members will attend the North
Florida Fair in November and do Con-
sumer Choices. They are also did some
early planning for a music fair. After the
business portion of the meeting, members
running for club office gave' speeches,
and the following were elected: Saman-
tha Raney, president; Joel Owen, vice
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ship foundation, Inc. by Sept. 30.
New students will be selected
in October for the program with
`a presentation of contracts to
the Students and families on
Nov. 10 at a special dinner.
Since each new student par-
ticipant must have a mentor
upon selection for the program,
TSIC is seeking additional adult
mentors for both the Vernon'
and Chipley areas. To obtain
a mentor application, contact
David Solger at 638-1276.
Locally, the 'Washington
County Scholarship Founda-
tion, Inc., has operated the .
TSIC program since J5anuaryr
2009. To obtain more informa-
tion, volunteer, or discuss stu-
dent opportunities, contact
David Solger at~ 638-1276, or to
make a donation, contact Rey
Gustason~ at 638-5663, or visit.
the state program Web site at
www~takestockinchildren com.


tract with the student to main-
taini average or above grades,
stay away from drugs and al-
cohol, ah~d generally be a good
citizen and active in school and
community events outside the
classroom. Over 9,000 high
school graduates across Flori-
da have received TSIC scholar-
ships since 1999. This year in
Washington County a total of 18
scholarships were awarded; 12
at CHS and six at VHS. Com-
bined in 2009 and 2008, a total
of 25 scholarships have been
awarded to Washington County
graduates. The key element of
the TSIC program is the weekly
meeting between the student
and the mentor.
In Florida, the students with ~
TSIC scholarships have a high
school graduation rate above 93
percent; the program works be-
-cause of the early selection of
the student with several years


to develop higher levels of self
confidence, and 46 percent less
likely to begin using drugs.
To obtain the TSIC commit-
ment for a scholarship, a stu-
dent must be in grades 6-11,
sign a contract to meet certain
standards during the remaining
school years until high school,
graduation, and have family
support; the parents/guardians
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 at' the time
the qualification for TSIC is a
established. Family income is
validated with income tax~ ini-
formation for the tax year just
prior to the student's applica-
tion for the program.
Applications for the program
are available through school
counselors and are due at the
Washington County Scholar-


CHIPLEY Take Stock In Chil-
dren (TSIC) recently held aban-
quet for the mentors who work
with the 46 students currently
participating in the scholarship
program in Washington County.
Mentors were told about re-
cent improvements to the total
program and provided a group
discussion format for shar-
. ing ideas and solutions gained
from working directly with the
students. -
A roast beef dinner was ca-
tered by Hepry. Stone .to the
group meeting at Pattillo's
Restaurant on the campus at
WVHTC. .
What sets the T`SIC program
apart from other scholarship
programs is the age range for
qualification, the appointment
of an adult mentor to coor-
dinate with the student on a
frequent basis throughout the
school year, the written con-


of school remaining, and the
adult mentor program along
with family commitment. The
reason that TSIC has the men-
tor program is that state-wide
i'tudies validate that stixdents
who have an adult mentor out-
side the family are 59 percent
more likely to get better grades,
52 percent less likely-to skip
school, 64 percent more likely


and Pull will
be Saturday,
Oct. 10.

SPECIAL TO THE
WASHINGTON
COUNTY NEWS


Special to the
Washington County News
VERNON The Washington
County Schold'rship Trust will
be sponsoring its 8th Annual
Pulling for Education Tractor
Show and Pull on Saturday,
Oct. 10.
The event will have an an-


tique tractor pull that will be
ongoing all day, along with gar-
den tractors. .
Many demonstrations will
be onsite, such as iblacksmith-
ing, grinding cornmeal, run-
ning stationary engines ~and
soap making.
.This is an event for the en-
tire family. Food vendors will


be serving up all krinds of great
food, as well as merchandlise
vendors with various wares for
sale.
Any rendiors wishing to
participate in the shdw should
call Deborah Metz Andrews at
638-4606. For -more info-mna-
tion, contact Robert Davis at
638-4017.


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."I congratulate you two for your
:hard work and determination and I'
would h pee ho Sildd haU yr
.and what it stands for ".
.- hcawkseye

"It is great to~ see positive news
and corigratulations to these
Chipley natives for their hard work,
sacrifice and petseverance. Way
.to go."
Chipley Girl

The story or an injured child ond
its meth-smroking parents drewv
pointed responses.
"Sheriff iv~cleithan made the
wisest comment I have ever heard
.from a law enforcement officer,
:'I think that the people doing 'this
should know you can be a meth
:head and you can be a parent, but
yciu can't be both.' I would like one
*person to give me a valid reason
.why we should not terminate these '
SParents' rights~and find an adop-
Stive home for thi's child. I am fired
. of society allowing the parents
: years and years and try after try.to
* pull things together, meanwhile the
child's entire childhood is gone."
concerned citizen


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Amnesty Day is Oct. 10
For all Washington County residents, Amnesty Day
will be on Saturday, Oct. 10, from 8 a.m. to noon at the
Recycling Center on Highway 77 just north of Wausau.


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NOTICE OF CONTINUED PUBLIC
WORKSHOPa FOR PUBLIC
COMMENT ON PROPOSED
EAR -BASE D AM END M CENTS. TO


COMPREHENSIVE PI.AN
INCLUDING 'THE
MUNICIPALITIES OF CARWVILLE,

EBRO, VERNONi, AND WAUSAU
Pulrsuant to Florida Statutes, the Washington Codunty
Board of County Commissions will conduct a contin-
uation public Corkshop on Tuesday, October 6, 2009,
at 5:00 p.m., or as soon as possible thereafter, in the
Commissioners'- meeting room located at 1331 South
Boulevard, C~hipley, Florida, to review and to solicit .
public -comment on theaproposed 'EAR-Based Amend-
ments to the Washington County Comprehensive Plan
for Planning Horizon 2010-2020: This includes unin-
:o poratd Washiog on Co nt and the munic haltu s
workshops will not be lield for the Mrunicipalities as
they are included in this workshop. The intention of
this public workshop is to describe' the requirements
of the EAR-based amendments to the Comprehensive
Plan to the general public, provide documents for re-
view, anid to. receive public input to be considered it~s
part of the EAR-based amendments for the Washing-
ton County Comprehensive 14an, to include the mu-
nicipalities of Caryville, Ebro, Vernon, and Wausa~u.
The purpose:of the Public Workshop is to receive
comments and inake' decisions regarding the above
matter. This workshop is not to transmit or adopt. All
interested members of the public a~re encouraged to at-
tend. Public worlfshops may be continued from time
to time as may be necessary.
Further information is available by contacting the
Washington County Planning Department at (850)
415-5093 or by emailing Iwaller@ washingtonfl.com.
Pursuant to the provisions of the Americans with Disabili-
ties Act, anzy person r-equiring special accommodations to
participate in thzese.meetings are asked to adivisethe Coun-
ty at (850) 638-6200 at least 48 hours before the meeting.
"If any person decides to appeal any decision made by the
board, agency, or commission, with respect to any .matter
considered at such meeting or hearing, he or she will need
a record of the proceedings, and thatfor such purposes, he
or she may need to ensure that averbatint record of the pro-
c'2ee~dings i's made, which record includes the testimony and
evidence uponwhich the appeal is based." FS 286.0105


TRIBUTE TO OUR

TERANS


The men and women- who've served in our armed services and protected our
precious freedoms are more than a name, rankb
and serial number -- they are our fathers and
mothe p~husabands an wives .and grandparents

Honor the V~eterans in your family with a
Tribute published in the Washington County
News and Holmes County Times-Advertiser
on Wednesday, Nov. 11. Each Tribute is $22
and includes: photo, name and rank, branch
PFC John Smith of service, duty status, -awards or special
U.S. Army distinctions,' and short tribute message.
July 2008-present Additional trib~utesare$18 each
We thank you for
your dedication to our. ..
country and freedoms.
Love, ChplF~L I-1, lJ8 or 11 E Vlrgarnlj~ Eso. Brid FL

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Nelson's celebrate Golden Anniversary


0 DO F AM ILY REUNI 0N

The Odomn Family reunion is scheduled for covered dish to share along with any pictures
3 p.m. on Oct. 10 at the home of Edna Merile and memorabilia from the past. The meal will
Odom, 6 10 Odom Road, Chipley. be served about 4 p.m.
Family and friends invited to take a favorite For more information, call 638-0966.


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Saturday, October 3, 2009


SUBMIWD PHOTOS


Les Jolie Civic Club recently installed officers at a Sept. 15 meeting.


CHIPELY Les Jolie Civic Club installed officers at
its Sept. 15 meeting held at Grant Tabernacle AME
Ch urche hip the club scholarship recipients,
Giovanni Martin and Seabron Smith was heard as
well as an update on the clubs activities.
Installation of officers was conducted by the Rev.
Malcom Nelson, guidance counselor at Vernon Mid-
dle School After ih~forming each officer of the impor-
tance of his or her duty, Nelson gave each a token to
aid in their particular duty.
Officers include Dr. Thelmna Wood, president;
Dorothy Pond Davis, vice president; Shirley B. Mor.
ris, secretary; Priscila P Brown, treasurer; Alma H.
Vann, chaplain; Josephine Robinson-Floyd, historian.
Sallie S. Daniel and Edith W; Beasley are members
at-l~arge.
A delicious meal followed.


The ~Rev.
Malcom .
Nelso
con ncted
the
installation\
Les Jolie .
officers at a
meeting-


are cordially nidt6
celebrale Harold an ~
Annette Nelson's Golden
'Wedding Anniversary on
Saturday, Oct. 3, start ng
at 6 p~m. at Oakie
Ridge Bap~tist Church in
Chipley.. .
A gospel concert is
planned in the church
sanctuary~with the
reception to follow ~in the
church sanctuary with the
reception to follow.
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their gift.


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""olnteers
desperately needed
to help cancer
patients on their
'Road To Recovery'
The lack of transporta-
tion has become a major
problem for many area
cancer patients. They may
need daily or weekly treat-
ment, often oyer the course
of several months and they
don't have a car or are
simply too ill to drive. The;
American Cancer Society's
Road to Recovery program
provides transportation
for canter patients to and
from theses life-saving ap-
jhointments. Volunteer driv-
ers donate their time and
the use of their personal
vehicle to transport these
patients.
SThe local American
Cancer Society is looking to
expand its Road to Recov-
ery program in Calhoun,
Franklin, Gulf, 'Jackson,
Liobuent sand Washington
needed from each of these
communities to help the
cancer patients in their
area` get the .assistance
they need.
A successful Road to'
Recovery Program canl be
a tremendous asset to the
.community. Volunteers
provide an essential and
necessary .service. Even
the greatest medical ad-
vance is useless if the pa-
tient cannot get to treat-
ment.


those who want to volun-



Said Heather Bastedo, Pa-
tient Services Representa-
tive at the local American
cancer society. "volun-
teers can drive as often or:
as little as they like. Even
an hour a mozith can make
a atre d us; difference to
Requirements ;for ~vol-
ur steering inchide having a
good driving record, a valid
driving license, and a vehi-
cle- that~ is~ in good working~
condition. For more infor-
matiori, please call Heather
at 850-785-9205 extension
3501.


Trunk or Treat is
scheduled for Oct.. 31
from 5:30-7:30 p.m. at
the historic Chipley High
School on 5th Street in
Chipley.
SContact event coordi-
nators Mike Lee at 638-
7892 or Kevin Russell at
260-9279 by Oct. 9 to re-
serve a space. ,
The event is sponsored
by the Mlerchants of His-
toric Downtown Chipley. .


1 p.m. in the Washington
County Ag Center. There
will be 'a youth division
and an adult division.
First prize is $100; sec-
ond prize, $50 and third
prize is $25. Sponsor fees
are $25 each.
Entry forms may be
picked up a't Chipley
Auto Parts, R &i M Elec-
tric, Townsend's Building
Supply, Advanced Auto
Parts and Rustin Vault
Company.
Donations will be taken
at the door. Proceeds will
go to the church building
fund.
Call- Wanda- Wasson at
527-0440 for more infor-
mation-


cil on Aging (501(c)3 tax
exempt) for items needed
for seniors in our commu-
nity. Sponsors who donate
will reserve space for an
Exhibit Booth and the
sponsor's name will be
included in our program.
Make checks payable
to: Washington County
Council on Aging, Inc.1348
South Boulevard, Chipley,
FI 32428. For more infor-
mation call 850-638-6216,
850-638-6217 or e-mail wc-
coa@bellsouth.net.

'QUit Smoking Now'


MOmoriol 140pital
BONIFAY Smoking
cessation classes will be-
gin Tuesday, Oct. 20, from
noon to 1 p.m. in the con-
ference room at Doctors


Memorial Hospital. Class-
es will be held weekly for
six weeks, ending Nov. 24.
The class curriculum was
developed by ex-smokers
for people who want to be
become ex-smokers. No
cost for the class and free
NRT is available for par-
ticipants.
If you're ready to quit
smoking now, call 547-
8193 for more information
or to sign up for the class.


Washin ton Count
Semior Exp0
CHIPLEY Washington
County Council on Aging
is coordinating the sec-
ond annual Washington
County Senior Expo.
Seniors from all over
Washington County are
invited to celebrate at
Shivers Park in Chipley.
On Oct. 6, businesses all
over Washington County
are coming together to
make this day special for
our seniors.' There will
be a variety of entertain-
ment, i.e., dancing, mu-
sic, free food, games, door
prizes, etc.
Donations will be
greatly appreciated for
Washington Countjr Se-
nior Day. The donations
will go directly to the
Washington County Coun-


tim
,CHIPLEY Merchants
and Community officials
are needed -to help with
year's qvent. Decorate
your vehicle and be pre-
pared tp hand out lots of
candy. More than 2,000
children participated in
last year's event.


Pageant
The church of God of
Prophecy will host the
Womanless Beauty Pag-
.eant on Oct: 17'starting at


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cated in the Dowling Muse-
um-Ann Rxidd Art Cetiter in
downtown Ozark, will~pres-
ent an exhibit of wildlife art,
"Wild at Heart" from Nov. 7
through Jan. 7andlhi light
arthyrenownedartistsfrodm
the area. Jack Deloney, of
Ozark, will display his new-
~ st prints as wel as Edie
Gates, a favorite of the
museum, will be showing
her horses, dogs and other
animals." Several bi-onze
gS- sculptures, one by Bob ~We-
~hle, will also be on display`
along with duck decoys and
taxde m dpr vdsd dby he'
video presentation.
Denise Reyes, president
of the 'DC6AH, is' asking for
n date. localbusinesses toconsider
donating toward this exhib-

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your company name on all~
marketing materials and
news releases, and mention
your sponsorship on televi-
sion and radio broadcasts.
Another sponsorship op-
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our silent auction, or raffle,
at the opening night recep-
tion. The funds donated will
Sgo toward the much-needed
renovations of the Art Coun-
Disco~jer cil's building, the Dowling
Building. Contact Denise
Reyes at 334-618-3006 for
further information.
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Local


annual festival on Saturday, Oct.
17 at Sam Atkrins Park in Blount-
stown. Goat Day is the second
largest arts and crafts show in
North Florida and attendance
has become an honored tradition
in Calhoun County.
This year's event will feature
favorite vendors from years past
and also new first-time vendors
specializing in handmade goods
andecrafts. A highlight of the 2009
festival~will be the reintroduction
of live goats into the mix with a
goat show and parade. In addi-
tion, there will be plenty of food
vendors and live music through-
out the day.
Gates open at 9 a.m. and
vendors will be present untH
3 p.m. Cost is $5 per person with
children under one year admitt-
tedd free. Please note that all
children's' activities will be free
of charge; Featuring: pony rides,
train rides, inflatable jumping
activities, coin dig, greased pig
chase, moon walk, and the addi-
tion of a chicken chase this year.
Event sponsor islPreble-Rish,
Inc.
For more information, call
850/674-5449 or visit www.blount-
stownrotary.com/goatday.htm.

CRA meets
MARIANN'A--The public is invit-
ed to the Chipola Regional Arts
Association meeting at Jim's
Buffet, Tuesday, Oct. 20, at 11:30
a.m. Pine-weaver Lynn D. Crain
will present a program about
baskets and wall art made from
pine needles.


For information, on weaving
pine needles visit www.pine-
weaver~com.
For information on the Oct.
20 meeting, contact Homer Hirt
at 850-593-6907.

H0 mOS COUnty High
School reunion
The Holmes County High
School Class of 19199 will hold
its 10-Year High School Reunion
on Homecoming weekend, Nov.
13 and 14. E-mail hchsco99@
hotmail.com for more informa-
tion regarding the upcoming re-
union activities,

Miracle On 34th Street
The Holmes County High
School Drama Department will
present "M~iracle on 34th Street"
on Saturday Dec. 5; Sunday Dec.
6; Tuesday Dec. 8; Sunday, Dec. ,
13; and Tuesday Dec. 15; at the
HCHS Auditorium. The Sunday
afternoon performances ~will
begin at 2:30 p.m. with week-
day performances beginning at
7 p.m.
On Saturday Dec. 5, a din-
ner will be served beginning at
5 p.m. with the HCHS Chorus
providing entertainment.
Kris Kringle is the personifi-
cation of good will and holiday
spirit. As Macy's holiday Santa,
he enchants children and shop-
pers so completely that he is
deemed dangerous by fellow em-
ployees who question his com-
petency and plot to ruin him. A
small girl's belief in Santa and


the magic of the holiday is at
stake in a climactic courtroom
decision.
Ticket information will be
available at a later date.

(0Venalnt Hospice offers
grifl SUppoff gf0Up
CHIPLEY Covenant Hospice
offers a monthly grief support
group in Chipley at Washington
County Council on Aging, 1348
South Blvd. from 9 11 a.m. on
the second Tuesday of every
month. Those who attend will
have ~the opportunity to explore
their grief in a safe arid caring
environment.
The next meeting will be held
Tuesday, Oct 13. The support
group is free but registration is
required. Light refreshments
will be served. To register for
this support group, or for ad-
ditional information, call Riley
Henderson or January McKei-
than 482-8520 or 888-817-2191.
Covenant Hospice is a not-
for-profit organization dedi-
cated to providing comprehen-
sive, compassionate services to
patients and loved ones during
times of life-himiting illilesses.
The focus of Covenant Hospice
is to enable its patients to live
as fully and comfortably as pos-
sible, to provide dignified pal-
liative care, to assist patients'
loved ones in coping with end-
of-life issues and the eventual
death of the patient, and to im-
prove care for all patients at the
end of their lives by example
and education.


Chamber office at 334-693-3303;
or write to Harvest Day Festi-
val, Headland Chamber of Com-
merce, E O. Box 236, Headland,
AL 36345. An information packet
will be mailed to you. You can get
a vendor form and a rules and
regulations form on our Web site
at www.headlandal.org.

B0ggy Bayou
UNllf OeStiV01
NICEVILLE The 33rd Annual
Boggy Bayou Mullet Festival is
scheduled for Oct.'16-18 and will
he held at the intersection of Hwy
85 North and College Boulevard.
Entertainment on the chil.
dren's stage will include and ar-
ray of cloyn shows, magic shows,
and cartoon characters each day
of the festival
Chuck Wicks is scheduled
as the Friday night entertainer.
Doctor Zarr's Armazing lmnk
Monster will take the stage both
Friday and Saturday night.
Blake Shelton will entertain
the crowd on Saturday night.
Several church groups are
scheduled through ou~t the day
on Sunday and Billy Ray Cyrus
will close out the festival Sunday.
For detailed information on
the entertainers and other ac-
tivities, visit the website at www.
cityofniceville.org and link to the
Mullet Festival or call 850-729_
4545 '

Goat Day 2009
.BLOUNTSTOWN Blountstown
Rotary Club presents the 23rd


standards of the American
Society of Test and Mate-
rials for protective head-
gear used in horseback
riding. The helmet must
also be secured when the


i


yu p yr~u ~U"
or controlled property.
Furthermore, the bill
also requires that a train-
er not knowingly rent or
lease a horse to a child
younger than 16 unless


pULUU' y
$500 fine.
This law does not ap-
ply to youth who are com-
peting or participating in
rodeos or parades, riding
on privately-owned land


affect~eudby this lawyouo
are encouraged to visit
the website to read the
full text of the law-to un-
derstand inclusions and
exceptions.


L ok Good00... .
F001 $Offtf
PANAMA CITY Look Good...
Feel Better is a free program
that teaches beauty techniques
to women career patients in
active treatment to help them
combat appearance related side
effects of caner treatment. The
class is scheduled from 2-4 p.m.
on Oct. 5, at the American Can-
cer Society in Panama City. Class
size is limited. To register call
1-800-227-2345.
Licensed cosmetologists are
needed to volunteer a few hours
a couple of times a year. For
more information or to volunteer,
call 850-785-9205.

Headland Harvest
Day Festival
HEADLAND, AL The Headland
Chamber of Commerce is mak-
ing plans for its 38th annual Har-
vest Day Festival on Saturday,
Oct. 10, around the Town Square
of Headland.
Festival activities from 9 a.m-
- 5 p.m. will include live enter-
tainment throughout the day and
plenty of arts and crafts, food
vendors and games for all ages,
which include moonwalks, pony
and train rides, wall climber,
bull ride, bungee jump and many
other rides. Admission is free of
charge.
The Headland ~Chamber is
now taking applications for ven-
dors. For more information or
to have your name put on our
vendor mailing list, contact the


YOUtil nOW required to wear helmet while horseback riding An Evening Filled with Family Fun
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Pickip', Grinnin' &
Effective October l imy youth is riding a horse in the child has a helmet or or engaged in an agricul- .
youth under the age of 16 the following places: a helmet is provided. It tural pursuit. ' 8000 OPOWA 000kin
s required to wear a hel- A public road or right- also states that a parent The full text of the
met while riding a horse of-way; public equestrian or guardian may not au- new Florida state bill can Fri. & Sat. Nights
on public lands. This in- trail, public recreational theorize a child to violate be found at http://laws. Live COUntry MLISIC
cludes roads, state parks, trail, public park or pre- this act. Violation of this firules.org/files/Ch 2009- Featuring The Sawmill
schools and public trails. serve or public school; bill is a non-crimmal of- 105.pdf.
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Fif y year old driver sees the~challenge ahead of him
By BILL GAMBLIN tracks like dover where inches matter.
sports@srpressgazette. com "You know,: we missed it just a little bit," said Martin.
"Our car was just not right on and it showed itself quite a
Mark Martin is on top of the world when it conges to, a bit on the restarts. It would hang in there really well on the
50year old driving in what many consider a young man long run. Bit it wasn't a car th~at could contend to win.
sport. "So I thought it was a great result for a hard fought race
He is currently leading the Sprint Cup Series points by by my team."
just 10 markers ~ahead of teammate and three-time, defend- Somne are wondering if team orders could be involved or
ing champion Jimmie Johnsoni change the way things are. done with Hendrick Motorsports
SBirt that is where the heat is coming for the Batesville, since Johnson is looking to be the first driver to win four
Ark., native. consecutive titles.
No driver in Chiase hlis-' '. . lts rny first time to
tory has led after the sei- b e a par~t of Hendrick
ond of 10 chase races and I M 161hotOrS p orts,") 'siidl
goile on to win the title M harin 'iIf you are ask-
SMartin is looking to -ing if we. continue to
buck that trend as he has~ share. I expect to.
bucked just about etcr ri. , ~ i i~B~BR B "Yesterday's. debrief
Other trend or school of --- wa~~P~" s julst as.open as 'any
thought this seasoli since l ai other race all year. And
taking over the No. 5 fo~r IC` e\\t race each other hard
Rick Hendrick. on th g , ie racetrack, but off
John'son dominated at h actakw l
Dover, ~but it is hard to work fr ctheck sae gali
say if Martin has taken~l .~~~;i ~ ~ ol together." e oa
the three-time champl- To !V~rtin, Johnson
ons' best shot."I' uttv'rss ~ ( : could bre some kind of
"It's~~~- jus tw acs uperheTo- when you
And I think a first and thet ;- llook at 'what he has
second is a pretty good .sc accomplished after
way to come out, of the t y'~T- !ing Bill Elliott with 44
gate," said .Martin. "But cre vs
we've got eight more to1, ~ :Bl~~j~~~~~~ "'That dude is
go and all kinds of thingsrj-I Superman in my book,
can u happe. I tl d . ;s ,ou know," said Martin.
~ ~ ~ ~ ~ i "Yo knw tl a "I base had the opportu-
that there's 12 in it and Il p n at to see up close.
can win. You know, it "I'm telling you, i
might bd a challenge for a ~5 ` ahl see w\hy he is. so suc-
couple of the teams that 1c :-jE c~SSfijl. He works hard-
are toward the back right er at it than. anybody
now. But you just don't e lse, I thlink, oh the cir-i
have any concept, I gues~s. I an


Oct. 11 Ot 0
Fontolna Fontana
Pepsi 10part
500 3~00

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Nationwide Series Coors Light Pole Qualifying SPEED @ 9 a.m.
Sprint Cup Series Practice SPEED @ 1 1:30 a.m., .
Nationwide Series Countdown ESPN2 @ 2 p.m.
Kansas Lottery 300 ESPN2 @ 2:30 p.m.
Sprint Cup Series Final Practice ESPN2 @ 5:30 p.m.
Oct. 4 .
NASCAR Now ESPN2 @ 9 a~m.
NASCAR RaceDay SPEED @ 10 a.m. .
Sprint Cup Series Countdown ABC @ noon
Sprint Cup Series Price Chopper 400 ABC @ 1- p.n.
NASCAR Victory Lane -SPEED @ 7 p.n.
Oct. 9
NASCAR Live SPEED @ 1 p.m.
SSplint Cup Series Practice SPEED @ 1:30 p.m.
Sprint Cup Series Coors tight Pole Qualifying SPEED @ 5:30 p.m.
Nationwide Series Final Practice SPEED@8 11 a.m. .
SOct. 10
Sprint Cup Series Final Practice ESPN2 @ 2 p.m.
Nationwide Series Countdown ESPN2 @ 3 p.n.
Nationwide Camping World RV 300 ESPN2 @ 3:30 p.m.
Oct. 11 -'
SNASCAR Now ESPN2 @ 9 a.m.
NASCAR RaceDay SPEED CB 11:30 a.m.
Spring Cup Series Countdown ABC @ 1:30 p.m.
Sprint Cup Pepsi 500 ABC @ 2:15 p.m.
NASCAR Victory Lane SPEED @ 7 p.m.


Buregiu Irsurance announced our Farm Bureau Insuranc$
that it would sponsor six fain~ily."

Johnson named. driver of the.decade! I
In the inost recent issue. of ::timned.ist.. Jolmisolf s 44th win S~nc--fB
Sporting News magazine, -- all this decade -- cam~e in 2008 Pole Winner (mph)
SN named seven athletes of his 283rd start, giving him a Jimmie Johnson 172.00T.
the decade -- one: in each winning percentage of 15.6, 2008 Race Winner,(lrnph)
sport it covers. The winner in- eighth-best all time and third Jimmie Johris.on -133.549~
NASCAR is three-tipne. best in NASCAR's modern iiack Gualifying Record
defending Cup Series chant- era (since 1972). It is easily Joasn Leffler 176.499 m.p.h.:'
pion Jimmie Johnson, who the best of the dcadp: Jeff~ (201)
gets the nod over two-time Gordon and Tony Stewart Track Race Recordi
,champion Torty Stewart.~ are tied for second at 9.4 pet- Mark Martin 137.774 m.p.h.
Johnson picked up his 'cent. (20(15)
4C4th Cup Series ivin Sunday Johnson took the honor
at Dover, tying him with Bill with 51 percent of the vote to
Elliott for 14th on the all- Stewarts 49 percent






Driver: John Anrdretti
'Owner: Teresa Earnhardt ifter AAA 400 ai Dover
Poins: 091Driver Behind
Poins: 2e11. Mark Martin Leader
Points out of 34th: 167 2. Jimmie Johnson -10
John Andretti Points ahead of 36th: 124 3. Juan Montoya. 65
Place Owner Driver Points 4. Kurt Busch -75
33 Michael Waltrip Michael Waltrip 2349 5. Tony. Stewart -106
34 Robby Gordon Robby Gordon .2258 6.. Denny Hamlin -108
35 Teresa Earnh~rcdt John Anciretti 2.091 7. Ryan Newman -110
36 Detrich Mateschiltz Scott Speed 1967 8. Jeff Gordon -122
37. Kevin Buckler David Gillilanid 1682 9. Greg Biffle -138
38 James Finch. Brad Keselowski 1497 0. Brian Vickers -151


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A8 I Washington County News


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of how much racing eight
racinglis "
Martin feels that he
jusf 'missed the setup at
Dover for the AAA 4011,
but racing is- becoming
more ~competitive on



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.Oct. 24 Oct. 11
Martinsville Rodliingitant
SKroger 200 Amienon
S350 1200

nd to dnive car
races in 2009 with Joe Gibbs (
Racing. Two of those races
have been run in the No. 11 I
Toyota, driven 'by Denn~y' ]
Hamlin, earlier, this year at
Darlington and Atlantal. j
Farm Bureau also appear on the No.' 210 'toyota
driven by Joey Logano on
Oct. 25 at Martin~sville.
"Thus far, ifs .been an
exhilarating- partnership
between -Farm' Bureau
Insurance. and Joen Gibb~s
R~acing. We're excited to
welcopme David G~illiland to


Joe Gjibbs Racing o
Tuesday~ announced that
David Gilliland will: drive
the No. 02 Farm. Bureau
Insurance CToyota in three
Sprint Cup Series races,
starting Oct. 171 m Charlotte,
and continuing with the Nov.
8 race at Texas and the blov.
22, season finale ~at -
Homestead~.
WVally Browp, JGR's
R&D/test' team crew chief,
will serve as crew chief for
each of the three races.
Earlier- thlis year, Farm


Johnson also has
another thing going for
him this weekend head-
ing to Katisas;
Last season he domi-
nated by wmmnng the.
pole: and the race. '


1 r "7 1$1 1


Martin is in hot seat





Washington County News Saturday, October 3,20 9


I I 638-0212


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Edition. The News/Tmes-Advertiser will be responsible fcr errors in the first insertion only. Any errors after the first insertion are the responsibility. of the customer. Credit will be given on the first insertion for errors
only for the portion of the ad in which they occur. ADS HILL BE PUBLISHED ONLY A TER PAYMENT RECEIVED. For your convenience, you may charge your classified ads to your Visa or Mastercardome ConyTmMAOIed ADDRESSa ntnConyNw
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|1100 hfr.1100 1100 2 1 130 | 20|3230 3250 3350~
I certify that all information SALE. -NOTICE IS HEREBY Poultry to buy &or sale. B&B Furniture1342 North Yard &Barn Sale, Kitchen F KL amLC. p.
fumishied on this, form is WITNESS my hand and GIVEN that the under- Ducks, geese, chicken and RRAeuCily ware, clothes, antiques, IGreeh Peanuts for Caiooud2dFi
true and complete. I un- seal of this Court, this 25 signed, desiring to engage guineas. Call pycsfoceaqltytools, hardware, farm & Boilin IIa fevr ot.
derstand that anyone who day of September, 2009. in business under the ficti- 850-547-3129 of Cell # fumiture. 850-557-0211 or cntuto tm.Fia 57PnGv d iku nBnfy L
fumishes false or mislead- LINDA HAYES COOK tious name of Lisa Batey 850-415-2998. 850-415-6866. Aske for & Saturday, 8 a.m. 2 157i ey~mad I & Gei8neva, A, $35 pe
ing information on this Clerk of Circuit Court Photography located at PsooCalypm.81SteHghy M-8 t84:0 person will receive $50.
form or who omits material By: J C Rogers. 5102 Creek Rd., Vernon, 81, PDL, 1.5 miles south of MF; 8 St -43. Iin, free play. For more I
slo lrifd NI las or information requested As Deputy Clerkc FL. 32462, in the County of 1-10 I 80-3-02 nocl -0-3-98
1120 Public Notices/ on the form may be sub- As published in the Wash- Washington, in the City of Wa 100 To Yu nius atrdSale 5 arR. 805738, I Adventure, Tou ty Pa
Announcements ject to criminal sanctions ington County News Octo- Vemon, Florida 32462 in- Wne oByatqe'StraOtbr3d
1125 Carpools & (including fines and impris- ber 3, 10, 2009. tends to register the said collectibles, gold, silver, 3208:00-7 Electric Cart
Eis n un rcp O FG nane wit th SDivs of d n ewre co et a 3n {. 5601d,

110 Foudns ON TH I 9ff COURT The City ofEbro, Florida Chp ey, FlrDas 3 ai ag 0c no cair J rt~le Elc nrol he40
ITN ANDY FLOR WASIG wills hold Qaliym f M lissa Bae f Misc. make display. Furniture, cellent condition. $2500. Adm nistrative
TO ONYFOIA et ,3 n As public ed in the Wash- 3130~t loads of sml thing forUME Elcticwhechirli
1100 ~CASE NO.: 04CA-208 Any resident votei deskr- ington County News Octo- Farm Equipment 5 Family Yard Sale. Lots home, to mahy to list. ned oho oaree CONOSU INTR
4184W DIVISION: ing to become a candi- ber 3, 2009. AUCTION of Furniture, lots of misc Don't miss this onel Bring hitch f c~ar yn~g on vehi- WetFodaEcri
STATEMENT OF date for the office of Saturday, Oct.10n, 2009 7a.m. to 12, Saturday, Oc- your Honey, and all their ce 840 59623. Cooerativ Fisa acceting
OWNERSHIP, LOTSLOTS, LLC, a Forida Councilperson: may dlo 8:30am/CST. tober 3rd. 745 Orange St., money Canceled if Rain. Cpresumes frtis poshpion,
M MU 0N.abltyopaysoe by flna Q writhnno rlee oE id Chipley YrdOSale* 8033Glenwacod located inGraceville

Pbiah 7onty News h N SE OT an nk hn Ciny Ce $5A quai COC oELE o Foert Rsd. BaO YA D SABI.E Ndext a urdy yam unt l. ryl a eruie hoo ai
Chpey FLx 32428 grantees, anedtoter Cun- pequred. All oter om GetYour Classifed Ad~ (850)594-5200 YraOtbr3d ard Sale: Saturday, Oc- $20.s each. Call Qualf.ie canidats ms
known persons or un- neesr o ulfigGenooL SLStraOtbrfoe r,8am ni,5680-5119 hav a wo e
P biction Number: kown sp usesorclan ne cesan y be pikdupat Ebro Call no0 etll AUO44/AB491. 3rd, 8a.m. Corner of South W Kansas Ave, Bonifay. 5. - - - degree wthfi~v~e years .
Filing Date: LLEWELYN SCOTT or Town Hall. The qualifyI- II and be noticed! WEEKLY Blvd. & 7th St. Girls 12 iuosk od'Wne:Edrygnl- e rec nabsns
October 3, 2009 SANDRA SCOTT, ing of candidates will [' 638-0212 I MISCELLANEOUS month- 6T, men's jacket & funtre, coh man wanting lady for a fce environments or a
Issue Frequency Defendants. begin at 8:00 a.m.Odcto- or I AUCTION shrirts, women' cloe b Yilrd Sale. Oct. 2-3, Fri. & co m p an ion b fusiesara dgentn
Weely(Weneday &onns DTC FSL ber 19, 2009 and end at 547-9414 3234 Main St. Vernon, FL., future, c, Sat., at 1207 Cambeliton light housework. Room withies threearsun
Saurlshday Momings NOTICE OF SALE ta 1:00 ~.on October 22 Hwy. 79 South movie posters and more. Ave. 8AM-Untill. Everything and board free. Must live wt hee erie
PublshedAnnully NOTCE I GIEN tat pm '(2nd Building on left) good. Come one come in, small salary. Cell # Sala omensuae.
104 pursuant to- a Final Judg- 2009. SATURDAY NIGHTS 7RM, LARGE ABANDONED allll 931-628-8939 wka ex ermience and
Annual Subscription Price: ment of Foreclosure en- The City of Ebro adheres Multi-Sellerli. Selection GOODS SALE. diheperc ati
$46.20 In county tered on September 14, to the Americans- withwilvrfrmwkto Fdy&Strdy Yadae.a.,Ot3dWne:Jukplihs edreust
$5.7 Ot f outy 2009, in the above-styled DabltsAcadwilweekill October 2nd and 3rd, 1654 Nearing Hills Cir., lawnmowers, farm and gar- West Florida Eetri
civl ctonofth crcitmakte reasonable accom- Cash, credit/debit cards. 2009, 8:00AM-5:00PM. CilyIcue ou e qimngl at'C rtv sni
Cotat eron- Court in and for WASH- MihleRo oae o h yas Trs& much mr.satellites for free. I will pick Copertv As., Ic.,
Melissa Haire INGTON County, Florida, moain o cesMichelle & HC"s (Maple Avenue), Geneva, 6am-Noon. up. Call 850-547-0088 1. ATTN: Personnel
(850) 747-5050 in.: which LLEWELYN upneqstPeaecl Auctions AL. Near Courthouse. Lots RO. Box 12 ,Deatet
SCOTT -and SANDRA the City Clerk at (850) FL AU3014 AB2224. of Halloween and
Complete Mailing Address SCOTT are defendants 535-2842 to Inake a re- e. M qF L 850-547-9140. Christmas items!! G aesevHIFrL~u3 .t~
of Known Office of Publica. and LOTSLO TS, LLC,, a quest. 100 Pots. Diamond Jim's 320. 31 received in the Graceville
tion and General Business Florida Limited Liability As published in -the 210 Pets: Fre t Public Auction, Yard Sale Saturday, be- Lead Bullets for reloading. MUSIC LESSONS; Plamo, office by Friday,
Office of Publisher: Cmanty tis th lI nt f,dWhngo Cont 12oe Hpopmes AB70A33, side Chavers' Brock. .30 calto .45 cal. muzzle Guitar, Bass, Drums, October 9, 2009.
RO. Box; 6272 der for cash at the WASH. News Septembei'23, 26, 130o Farm Animals/ 1300 E Railrod Ave, washier dryer, furniture, loading projectiles. New 38 Banjo, Mandolin, Violin, DRUG FREE WORK
ChipeyFL 3428 INGTON Count Court- 30 & October 3, 7, 10, .Supplies Chipley, FL. 850-547-0397, mattresses, household special ammo. Flute. Covington Music. PLACE &EQUAL
Publisher: ~ ~ t hos,13 ako v-140 Pets/Livestock Buyers wanted, items, stove, lamps, cloth-' cumminsbulletsandlube We buy used musical in- OPPORTUNITY
Publishrfer: house, 1239 Jackson2428 Ave 14, 17, 2009. Wanted Sellers needed. ing, recliners, oak dinette. co. 1-800-741-9707, stuet. onon EMPLOYER.
co. Bax eld no Chi clec Fl. o24280 NOTICE OF PUBLIC 2150 -Pet Memodals Evrery Monday, 6PM Great prices- Chipley. Chipley. 850-638-5050.
Chipley, FL 32428 tober 19, 2009, the follow- 1-EARING
Edior descidoers poer Fr teofpturpoe'ofa~ctio ANNOUNCEMENTS (8.77)909-1080 avail. Call now' (866)352-
aO o F s67 Lot Block 553, SUNNY nue Code of 1986, as 2249. www.fllandoffer~com?
Chipley, FL 32428 HL UhNI NtE accord aended aotnce is hereb Avrts in vr 0 Real Prosperity. 5 Star
~nIagigdt dag 103inof the pbli Wasigo Counmmiss elor Papers throughout Florida IlnternationalSytmMIC L A OU
records: of Washington ddac(t he~Bae I g lonn Or choose from any state No: products to buy or
wlrid Freedom Newspa FID:Sr member. 15, Thursday, October 221, nationwide. Put Us to work sell. Tann n upr ILN S A E HRN
pr, InaC. oratio FESNCAMN t erea) e~.r fa o!8674 -33 wv provided. Serious & Traiin for high paying Aviation
(Fa dal~~,ity~ L32 EREST LAMIN E malele qfl~on nettional-classifieds~com, moti'vated individuals only. Maintenance' Career.'. FAA
SALE, IF ANY .OTHER re~ma ttheountyAnne i~nfO~national-classifieds. (888)300-5744, www- p rvd rga .iaca
om(a elwsr oipraprn c.TWANERTA OF HEDT d uvr~d,t chiy do tre COm cashtoyoul2.com aid '.if qualified Housing
Irie A2193 O bUTH FLIES ENCD approval of a plan of fi- aVailable. CALL .Aviation
Known Bondholdeis, Mort- THE LE60DY FE i cldin the p dssuac APARTMENT FOR RENT C R O A EIsiue o aneac
gages, and Other Security in accordance with the Fom aiet ieH sgth (888)349-5387.
notal Aownnt of eolds rpialacm mdton hin imuico uncy")Auth e halthof 4bdr .3ba $217/mo! HUD Police Impounds! Hod
Mortagea son t erB neu s tiipat n tnspodd etd Washington Couniy andl HOMSS! 3 bdrm only $199/ 2001: A co rdl $600! Nissan~ ATTEND COLLEGE ONLINE
N Ac-s in sh H :wihin aareasona- 6thr partnc patin x e n m !So etn!5 1999 Altima $500! Ford 2000 from Home. *Medical,
u76 di s,esae eeigthe cohtact tof M rgge. are n- ~15 yrs @ 8% api* For Listings Taur~us $500! For listings call *Business, *Paralegal,.
Mn 0 9n2614 w ich is: eAHNO s tds tin ru ple series (800)366-9783 ext 5669 (800)366-9813 ext 9275 *Accountihg, *Criminal
Freedom Communica- Jackson Aven le, Chipley, The, proceeds of such JUStice.. Job -placement
qgionrIch rnb32428.810eho~ne b"Stlehr c i AUCTIONSEVENTS ~ assistance.; G ompujter
IrvieCA261 h cintw wof tinsdNo ued to fnAn~: rfn aVailable. Financial Aid if
PublicationTRle:. tice. Ifyou are hearing or eu~n so buibtions AUCTION 1000 SOF ITEMS GatorNation "2009 gualified.. Call (888)203-
Ishin naeor CIrcltows 1 -9587 mdcal be used to inance the pur WIL:L BE SOLD TO HIGH Gator Chomp Dance 3179, www.CenturaOnline.
Data:September 5, 2009 THEd CIRCUI b~s of s piefaml reBIDDRFramnius Video Contest"! Best, com.,
Eq in; Avr~aue oofCpues WSIGTON County, by' of rid rae. m Fine Jewelry, Coins & Estaite coegahd ruie
EcisuDuing Preons; ced-o FoJRid wan~~lsor less r r. FI .Items. Sat. Oct. 24th @ will -be chosen for "Gator ~ REAL ESTATE
Pubp sonhs, uer~ o iis puoe Cherknti h Poauntds in uh State of 10AM. 2500 Apalachee Chomp" Video For
Pue ise~aetoiing sp~ublsh NsWSe Fleorid~a.dner Pkwy., Tallahassee www. complete details visit www. 7998+/-Ac Tenriessee Land
Total Nu ber of Copies:; tember 26, October 3, Thheeobn Ihnot~csiue Af f ilIi at e d A ucti on se. om dot hegatorchomp.com : /Uiactionst Oct 24th 10OAM,
SAverage: 2191 IN THE CIRCUTT COURT tahe u or b~wt ss tho (850)656-5486 AB 26LreTat.S ll rcs
Actual: 1868 RNTHETFIRSTA JDI IAR me nng of an prosisons 13%BP- H :5ELP WANTED 5Ac-2699+/-Ac. Waterfront,
Pai CirculatsidCoun t WASHINGTON COUNTY, utes or Constitution of the PaSture, Hunting, Lake,
Paid Subsenip ins Stated CR ~o67-08CA-319 t~taF~teju Fashrida o UILDING SUPPL11ES P L ;T rvr. N w H m sts w .e i
enPSFrage 5:17 W.LIA MJ. MONGOVEN, patdpt r in rcc"" Pay Package! Great Miles! i ed Rea lEst ateAu ct io~ns.
Actual: 170 ENNISies CARSULO b u UI fr bser ay METAL- ROOFING TAX Up ito 46cpm. 12 months com; (800)711-9175 David

Mailedtnonntstub- abS AL CARCA SNCUILLO, eatj ti ~ Ih rvnues~ CREDIT! 40 yr Warranty. experience required. No Hudgins TNAULIC 5232
rmse41bBROWARD,1INC., ing program. -Direct, from man uf acturer. felony or DUI past 5 years.
Actuge 917 ad a mnsrativeyds Ahl tscn ar advised 30 colors in stocks. Quick: (87.7)740-6262. viwww ptl~ STEEL BUILDINGS.
Pad isriutonO sieDefendants. pel nybice isn mdt eay turnafound. Delivery inc.com
Thh oMa sD IncludingdSle NO ICE O RESCHELS HU l ce dnasrecord ord th available. Gulf Coast Supply ''STEEL. BUILDING; SALE!".;.
rers,Stre aVen ars SALE purpose, they~may need to &, Manufacturin~g, (888)393-17Piv r-B N U PRC D T SEL Quc
dS:Diteributio n Outsier G hat rs noEB enu aad ra 035wwmglfoatsppy TRANSPORT- needs. delivery. FINALCLEARANCE
Averag:7 Orerescrs ln S tde stde whths rorda Cm .qualified drivers for National 25x40 $5,990. 30440 $6,900.
Actual:508 25th day of September, evidence upon which teOTR positions. Food grade 35x50. $9 750. 40x60~
2009, in the above-styled appeal isto bebased.
PadDs rbtoa byhOther case I will sell the follow- At the time and place fix"d BUSINESS, tanker, no harmat, no pumps, $1 1,600. 48x90 $23,400.
Clases f Mil hrogh ing described .property sit for said public hearing per- ger eift(~o ptiieE d pinl T E S
theUSP utedin ASINGONsons who appear, will bbOPPORTUNITIES getbnftcm eiie Ed pinl T E S
Act age: C unty, florida, described givnan oph runi t ex pay & late-mOdel equipment. Pioneer (800)668-5422.
Toa~iditibto:Thit tWo( ieof toff of againstthe rponaldtoa i ALL CASH VENDING! Do (866)GO-BYNUM. Need. 2
Aeuage 88br27 nteS~ of th ritn comk ntshmaeve yOu earn $800 in a day? 25 years experience.
ToalFre r omna Rteship 4 Nor h, Range 13 Court, ex-officio clerk to Local IMachines and Candy
Distribution: st, acco dng thoe Che the Board will be consid- $ ,9. (8)2 -98 H M SF RR N
uvrg:oo Chpy Foindea,Ck ea~rd es f BO2000033 CALL US: We
Totlistibtin:t Cur loo Washing- ict tesn~en t .will not be undersold! A Bank Repo! 5Br 4Ba
Averae:1868 at public sale, to the high- participate in the proceed- 37m !3 RFrcoue
csh adtbtefront stp ofBar of ount Cmse MAKE A MINT IN TEETH' $199/mo!! 5% down, 15 A .N


A eprage: 323 tourthoausshd tto un9 ion-Sere sry nolatern tat e4 WHITENING 300% industry years @ 8% apr. For Listings vETSNNTWROFOID
Actual: 273 TshinAvenugounChipFey hum p~r tothe~promed- gfOwth this year! Distribute (800)366-9783 ext 5853

uveae 82 1 1thdyofcoeM9 0r f soCounty Commis- Vhttiecanptte LOTS & ACREAGE Casfe ipa 8l
THAT ANY PERSON OR Washington County' Flor- Whfeigsri.s o tr
PercentPaid: ENTITY, OTHER THAN ida W ie ig evc sL w tr
Avrge 10 TEPOFP EDT EWNER A ublohued inN shWash: p Exclusive territories. Owner Must Sell. 4+ acres- .
PubictioofStaemnto PENDN SC AIMING ber3,2009. Marketing plan and trailing $57,300 Nice oak trees,
rshbe :200 SURLU FUDRMNTIOSCNNEDERWF U pfOvided. Best kept beauty private access to lake. AII Week Of
Karen Hanes ~ UD THMSCUAT SAN,9T FTORIDAS .Sce fth tr!ww uiiis.n Rayt ul OCTOBER 3-9, 2009
VP/Publisher OFOURW HTHEN lUT UTES Whiteningonwheels~co hnyuae iacn
September 25, 2009 (60) DAYS AFTER THE






U 0 Saturday, October 3, 2009 e a audy coe ,20 Washington County News


2006 Mitsubishi Galant.
rals/Bsusie~ss Dev. I For Rent: One Bed osm tscC ead Ios hapat tMol HoSm R n BCot Moh Home f20 rent, 3BR BAofoa6 WE IAC Tewo ace 3 ne 10ac- $0,500 mCr been seen
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SSales 850-547-9340 Financing. 850-547-2531. elec. (850)-258-4868 or 850-547-4606 $385.00 month, ing For more info call Mil-
S I ~~~8 5 0 -2 09 -8 84 7 850-849-1684 ton Peel @ 850-6388-1858.
www charloscountryliving.c *Land & Home Package
I Washrington I For Rent: Studio Apart- Wausau,.Very clean 2BR om .+ars B/B 8120
S County News II ment, 1R/W1BA. No pets, MH, nice 2 acres, private 710 Hoe el& etc'" *20 hvrltSbr
SHolmes County Iutilities are included, fully $450 w/dep &lease. Transmitter Mobile Home Allowance included. | 7160 |ban. $6,000. Can be seen
ITimes-Advertiser fumished. Security deposit Sunny Hills, 2BR/1.5BA Park, on Transmitter Rd, in '2029 JessileHal Lane,~ $105,000.00 at: Community South
I $9300., by the month $500. House, corner lot, carport, Panama City 850-960-0619 14BR/2BA doublewide, I For Info: 850-638 7701 7150 16X80 2BR/2BA w/new Credit Union, 1044 Hwy 90
IIbo you want a career or0 by the week $125.00 fencing $550 w/dep & Circle J Mobile Home Park 12005. Has deluxe stain-1 carpet, new paint. Set-up E., Chipley, FL.
I wheie you can make al 850-547-0989 lease in Chipley, 921 N 2nd St.; Iless kitchen appliances, I included. $17,500. Call
Differencee. Are you a Foia et elEtt & Graceville 5262 Alabama central heat &air, auto- FeulkSrns 5-6-70
moivtd alsasoc- For Rent: Unique 8444or8499 St2& /B unsforet titc gnrae. 25 Large vacant lot for sale acre lots in city with all I
I ate? If you answered I 2BR/2BA screened porch strig@ $5 e o years remaining home 1 on Spring Pond in Icity utilities available.l I (b,19M,1X 6 8130
I yes and yes, take a look I apartment. Non Smoker, 1 For info call 850-691-9224 warrny f HnwyW18 1 Washington County' $500. down and $200.1 3 dg, 2ba v, 199 M, 160e 1989 Chevy S10, 4.3 liter,
atu uFre domo ewa small et, reerence ~ Iville & beaches. 1 The lol is on a public road with rnonth: M ..gpl, / ncd en o extended cab, make a
I otijatere multi-madia I -547-34974 r 6170 |A GREAlT 1$122,000.0 acreSMO I A nu mum dedclrch Buil move $19,500. 638-4228 untck0
.IAdvertising Aconth^ ..ll h2&3&4B 7 omel hlue n 3stuent henese 3BR/2BAe Doublewide @ 850-535-2738
Idhnmcaden er tic WOED ARTE R Lyn sHaven/G eenhead frnmte oieHm dndatom motivated,only $60,000. L~acsndoSa:Yates Settle- w/t w ctrupe a ldd n
Sales program and I Studio $300, 1BR$350 I Some ets ok. 2i8-0048 P'ak, on Transmitter Rd, in cial use, only $79,000. MLS 388290 ment Road, Washington $17,900. Call 83
channel your- initiative, 12BR $450. Includes city g anama Cly 850-960-0619 T'r-County Realty LLC,I CalCutyLreoks ih 80-6-70
I innovation, and compet-l utilities and pest control. I ircle J Mobile Home Park I Mary Coleman, broker, I Century 21Commander & dry quiet country living, 2003 Sth Wheel Camper.
I itive spirit to make anl 850-5577721 n 0 Hfrrn ihuiiy Chipley, 850-691-9224 1 1850-547-4480 orl RelyI y~et close to town.- For I Keystone Laredo. Excel-
impact on our custom-i a I g 2RM frrn witho utiky 921 N 2nd St.; &Graceville 850-849-485, Ratn'mr information, Call 3BR/2BA New Zone III lent condition. Lots of stor-
Ian erour o~ erganation I325 buig idwar 262 Alabama St.2&3/BR I se photos at IVctor Jed t 85-819-2188 day; 850Y57-5070askfr 16X80 w/glamour bath, is- age. Beautiful cabinets.
lan yor wn arer. a 35265. nits for rent, starting @ Iwww.cattlemansdaugh-1 or youth private viewing or more MaryAnn,, Night; land kitchen. Set-up in- $10,500. 850-326-3191,
g You will touch on all me- I 30prmoFrif all tr information. 850-573-0253 ash Michael eluded, $38,900. Call Brad 850-326-3190 or
Ida sia g plafims at Free- 6140 2BR/1BA MH. CH/A.F 5 i30-691-9224 e o @850-763780. 850-638-1103.
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850-547-5 244 inr Cauryville, $400.tio per ~ tralers toai e:n lectric $300.A !SU E EL L PE IL
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