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News


Saturday, NOVEMBER 21, 2009 www.chipleypaper.com Volume 85, Number 63 50(

For the latest New development underway in Sunny Hills
breaking news, visit meew underway


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BRIEF

Chipley man
succumbs to
crash injuries


JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afelsberg@chipleypoper.com
SUNNY HILLS The first
phase of a 6,000-unit resi-
dential development is
underway in Sunny Hills.
Spring Ridge Develop-
ment LLC is clearing
property and preparing


to begin phase one of the
development that spreads
across four sections of
Sunny Hills.
Construction permits
applications will be sub-
mitted in about two weeks,
according to senior vice
president, business devel-
opment Mike Flaskey.
The first phase of 263


sites would be part of a
master planned commu-
nity designed to provide
affordable housing for a
variety of different mar-
kets.
Flaskey described the
goals of the developers
in an interview Thursday
morning.
"We have three de-


.mographics we are mar-
keting to," Flaskey said.
"First are retirees" that
he called a prevalent mar-
ket.
Second would be the
workforce associated with
the new international air-
port. Third would be work-
ers in jobs like the service
industry in the Panama


City and Panama City
Beach area. Flaskey said
that developers believe
that when area residents
see that Spring Ridge
would offer a good value
for the dollar their market
would open up.
While there has been a
See SUNNY HILLS A4


TONY SIMMONS
Florida Freedom Newspapers
A Chipley man injured
in a motorcycle crash on
Sunday succumbed to his
injuries early Tuesday.
According to a report
from the Florida Highway
Patrol, David D. Smith,
37, of Chipley, died at
Bay Medical Center on
Tuesday, Nov. 17. He
had been critically injured
on Sunday, Nov. 15, when
the Suzuki motorcycle he
was riding left the roadway
of Pioneer Road, about a
half-mile west of Bonnett
Pond Road in Washington
County.
According to the FHP
report, Pioneer Road is a
two-lane designated east-
west roadway. Smith was
traveling westbound on his
motorcycle and entered
into a long sweeping curve
about a half a mile west.
of Bonnett Pond Road.
.The motorcycle went off
the north road edge and
traveled about one-tenth of
a mile on the shoulder.
Smith was thrown
from the motorcycle and
he came to rest on the
north shoulder of Pioneer
Road, the report said. He
was wearing a helmet.
The motorcycle continued
across the road and
came to rest on the south
shoulder of Pioneer Road.
Air Heart transported Smith
to Bay Medical Center. The
investigation is ongoing
according to FHP.


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No criminal

charges


to be filed


against Toole

JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afelsberg@chipleypaper.com

CHIPLEY Chipley Po-
lice Chief Kevin Crews
has announced that no
criminal charges will be
filed against the driver of
a pickup truck that struck
and killed a Chipley High
School student on Sept. 4.
The information was re-
ceived in a news release
Tuesday afternoon from
Chipley Police Depart-
ment.
Crews said that the in-
vestigation into the death
of Lashawn Henderson on
7th Street was completed.
' "Through the investi-
gation, it was determined
that on Sept. 4 at approxi-
mately 9:10 p.m., Samuel
Taylor Toole was driving
north bound in the north
bound lane of 7th Street,"
Crews said in the release.
"The investigation re-
vealed that the pedestri-
an, Lashawn Henderson,
was walking north bound
in the north bound lane
of 7th Street, contrary to
Florida Statutes regard-
ing pedestrian travel.
"Toole continued north
bound not seeing Miss
Henderson in the road-
way. Toole's Vehicle struck
Henderson in the north-
bound lane of 7th Street.
Toole immediately applied
his brakes and steered to
the left. Henderson was
air lifted by medical per-
sonnel, but later died as
the result of the crash.
"The investigation
showed that Toole was
traveling 39 mph in a 30
mph zone. Toole has been
issued a citation for ex-
cessive speed with a man-
datory court appearance.
"It should be noted that
the investigation conclud-
ed that although Toole was
traveling over the posted
speed limit, his speed of
39 mph did not contribute
to the crash. Based on the
lighting, direction of trav-
el, and clothing the pedes-
trian was wearing, Toole
would not have been able
to avoid the crash, had he
been driving the posted
speed limit of 30 mph.
"The Florida Highway
Patrol has assisted the
Chipley Police Depart-
ment throughout this
investigation and subse-
quent to this investigation
being reviewed by the Of-
fice of the State Attorney
Fourteenth Judicial Cir-
cuit, it is determined by all
agencies, that there will
See TOOLE A4






A2 I Washington County News


Holiday EVENTS


KMS PTO Annual
Breakfast with Santa
CHIPLEY Kate Smith Elementary
School Parent Teacher Organization
(PTO) will host its annual Breakfast
with Santa on Saturday, Dec. 5
Plates include pancakes, sausage,
and your choice of milk, orange juice
or coffee. Pancake decorating will also
be available for the children.
Advance tickets may be purchased
for $5 each at Chipley Gun and Pawn,
Community South Credit Union and
Panhandle Family Medicine through
Tuesday, Dec. 2. Tickets will also be
available at the door for $6 each plate.
For each ticket purchased, you will be
entered for a chance to a child's bi-
cycle.
For more information contact Lor-
na Anderson 850-849-1028 or visit www.
kmspto.com.

Wausau Christmas Parade
WAUSAU The Town of Wausau will
hdld it's annual Christmas Parade on
Saturday, Dec. 12, at 10 a.m. Line up
will begin at 9:30. Santa will be at the
Possum Palace after the parade with
goodies for the children. Anyone wish-
ing to participate in the parade should
contact Margaret at the Town Hall


638-1781.
The Wausau Volunteer Fire De-
partment will raffle off a Mossberg 12-
gauge shotgun. Tickets are available
at the Town Hall or from any WVFD
volunteer. The drawing will be held af-
ter the parade at the Possum Palace.
The gun can be viewed at King's Dis-
count Drugs in Chipley. '
The Wausau Garden Club will be
selling cookies and crafts at the Pos-
sum Palace after the Christmas Pa-
rade.

Pancake breakfast
WAUSAU In conjunction with the
Wausau Christmas Parade on Dec. 12,
10 a.m. the Wausau Masonic Lodge
No. 39 will host a pancake breakfast
from 6-9 a.m. for a $4 donation.

Vernon Christmas Parade
VERNON The Vernon Christmas
Parade will be held Saturday, Dec. 12
at 1 p.m. Line up will begin at noon
behind Vernon City Hall at old Vernon
High School on the walking track. Fol-
lowing the parade, Santa will visit with
the children in the Vernon Community
Center. Refreshments will be served
with goodie bags for the children. For
additional information, call Genene or
Sherry at 535-2444.


Local


Saturday, November 21, 2009


Closed hearing for baby Shannon case


JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afelsberg@chipleypaper.com
CHIPLEY The next stage
in determining the depen-
dency of Shannon Dedrick
is a hearing scheduled for
Dec. 5 at 1:30 p.m. in Circuit
Court at the Washington.
County Courthouse.
Circuit Judge Allen Reg-
ister said the hearing would
be. closed to the press and
public due to discussion of
health issues regarding the
seven-month-old baby that,
was subject of an intense
manhunt when she went
missing Oct. 31 in Chipley.
The child was found on
Nov. 4 in a 2 foot x 4 foot
cedar box at the residence
of Susan Baker, the child's
babysitter. Baker and the
child's mother, Crystal Mer-
cer, are each charged with
several criminal charges.
The case has received
enormous national atten-
tion.


Register said that the
child has been assigned to
foster care by Department
of Children and Families.
The purpose of the hearing
is to determine if the child
is dependant, and if so de-
termined then the mother,
Mercer, must work out a
case plan with DCF before
any possibility of her ever
regaining custody.
Register said that at
a hearing Tuesday that


Guardian Ad Litem filed
a motion close the depen-
dency proceedings and
will present a report to the
court.
"Guardian Ad- Litem
is appointed to almost all
DCF cases where the child
is removed from the home,"
Register said.
Register said ultimate
custody of the baby is still to
be determined, and under
the law whether she is as-
signed to a family member,
foster care or other agency,
Shannon would remain in
custody of DCF -
Baker was charged with
aggravated child abuse and
is being held on a $125,000
bond. Mercer was charged
with deserting a child and is
being held on a $75,000 bond.
Both face additional counts
of interference with child
custody, filing a falsq miss-
ing child report and filing a
false report of a crime.
Their arraignments are
scheduled for Dec. 14.


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Washington County News I A3


CECILIA SPEARS
StaffWriter
cspears@chipleypaper.com

CHIPLEY The Pan-
handle Area Educational
Consortium (PAEC) hon-
ored the local veterans at
a luncheon at the PAEC on
Nov. 11.
Program Coordinator of
Technology. Support Rick
Everitt said there are ef-
forts being made to make
videos of all the local vet-
erans as they tell of their
time spent in the military.
"These,, moments
should be treasured be-
cause we're loosing more
and more of our veterans
every day," said Everitt.
"So if you get the chance,
listen to our veterans,
they've got something we
could all use."
Superintendent of
Washington County
Schools Dr. Sandra Cook
explained that they were
trying to increase the level
of students' exposure to
our nation's history.
"More and more we
want to place an empha-
sis on our nation's history
and Veteran's day and try
to instill some patriotic
pride in this generation,"
said Cook. "It's important


for these kinds of arrange-
ments to be made where
the children can meet our
veterans and put a face
with the name of those sto-
ries they've heard of those.
who fought to keep our na-
tion free."


"I know it must be very
stressful for our veterans
to try and make every
event in one day," she said.
"If you could, I would love
to have feedback on a pos-
sible Veteran's Week to see
if we can arrange for the


veterans to be able to par-
ticipate in all the events
planed for them."
A video presentation of
some of the local veterans
was shown as it was being
aired to the students of
Washington County.


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A large crowd was on hand at



PAEC's Veterans Day program


CECILIA SPEARS
StaffWriter
cspears@chipleypaper.com

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forth a serious challenge
to all who benefit from our
community," said Barry
Rockburn of the West Flor-
ida Baptist Association.
"The challenge is a sit down
county wide 'Thanksgiving
Feast,' to feed and fellow-
ship with the neediest fami-
lies in our county."
"The Great Banquet" is
set for Nov. 26 from 11 a.m.
to 2 p.m. at the Washington
County Ag Center.
"It is a free turkey dinner
with all the trimmings and
we will try to feed everyone
who walks in those doors,"
said Rockburn. "There will
be turkey, gravy, dressing,
green beans, cranberry
sauce and pie."
Already, he said that
through Sheriff Bobby Had-
dock they have received
over 800 pounds of donated
turkey.
"We also have over 30
people donating their time
to deliver food to shut-ins,"
he said. "Not to mention the
countless others who are
sacrificing time they could
be spending with family to
help those in our commu-
nity who need help."
Rockburn said that this
idea originated from a sto-
ry he read in the Pastor's
Primer called Feast of


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"When they organiza-
tion first started, they fed
around 500 people," he said.
"Now they feed over 5,000 a
year."
He said they are still in
need of donations of canned
foods, such as green beans
and cranberry sauce and
that whatever food isn't
donated will be purchased
using the monetary dona-
tions.
Rockburn placed an
emphasis on the sponsors,
which are the Christian
Fellowship Committee.
"The Christian Fellow-
ship Committee is com-
posed of a large collabora-
tion of city and county offi-
cials, community members
and citizens of Washington
County," he said. "These
are people who have chose
to reschedule their normal
Thanksgiving dinner times
and family gatherings to
help those in need."
He strongly encouraged
for those who would like to
attend to call ahead so they
could have an estimate of
how much food to prepare.
S"We will also be deliver-
ing dinners to those who
can not make it, wither it be
because they are without
transportation or because
they're bed-bound," he said.
"Please, give us a call."
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Saturday, November 21, 2009


SUNNY HILLS from page Al


downturn in the Florida
housing and real estate
market in recent years,
Flaskey said the devel-
opers believe that con-
ditions are improving
and that their marketing
strategy would be effec-
tive.
"The economic irldica-
tors are more favorable,"
Flaskey said. "Plus, we
believe that our unique
marketing strategy of-
fers an opportunity to
tap into folks that are not
100 percent sold on north-
west Florida, intercept
them and bring them to
the market."
Marketing includes
use of the Internet, direct
mail and two kiosk centers
at Pier Park Mall. Flaskey
said that Spring Ridge is
using its relationship with
Simon Malls, developer
of Pier Park, to provide
guest services to the mall.
Visitors to the kiosks can
receive gift certificates
for hearing a presentation
on Spring Ridge as well as
other information.
Flaskey said this
method could reach 3,000-


to-4,000 people in Bay
County," and "some per-
centage would purchase
property and become
taxpayers in Washington
County."
Broker and referral
relationships would also
be used to provide a na-
tional database. There is
also a sales gallery under
construction just south of
Shenandoah Drive. That
should open in January
2010.
The first phase of the
development is designed
and engineered and
would include an "ame-
nities center" including
a 4,000-5,000 square-foot
community center, a ten-
nis center, outdoor pool
and a playground for chil-
dren. The center would
serve 1,200-1,500 homes
leaving room to accom-
modate more develop-
ment, Flaskey said.
Spring Ridge would
be single-family develop-
ment only with no age re-
strictions.
Drawings and artist
renderings online at chi-
pleypaper.com.


TOOLE from page Al


be no criminal charges
filed in this matter."
Originally CPD re-
ported that Florida
Highway Patrol investi-
gated the accident at the
request of Chipley Police
Department and report-
ed that Toole, 20, of Bon-
ifay was driving north
on 7th Street in Chipley
when his 1994 Ford truck
struck Henderson, 17, as
she was walking on the
road. Henderson was
struck by the hood and
landed on the east shoul-
der of the road.
FHP reported that
Toole steered sharply
left trying to avoid Hen--
derson and applied his
brakes, causing the
truck to skid 73 feet.
Henderson was taken
to Northwest, Florida
Community Hospital,
but died on the way to
Tallahassee Memorial
Hospital on AirHeart.
Chipley Police De-
partment also charged
Victor Keith with rob-
bery of the driver of the
pickup and his passen-
ger. Keith was walking
on the other side of the
street along with Hen-
derson at the time of the
accident.
Keith, of 722 Peach
Street in Chipley was
later charged with vio-
lation of county proba-
tion in addition to two


charges of robbery. Keith
was arrested for battery
domestic violence on
July 12 and pleaded nolo
contender the next day
and was sentenced to
12 months of probation,
fines, costs and ordered
to attend an anger man-
agement class.
In addition to the two
robbery charges, Keith
was charged with pro-
bation violation on the
battery case for failure
to pay all fines, public
defender fees and cost
of supervision, as well
as failure to -complete
the anger management
course.
Keith was charged
with robbery for alleg-
edly taking money from
Toole and his passenger
after Toole's pickup truck
struck Henderson on 7th
Street in Chipley on Sept.
4. Keith maintained his
innocence and said he
took the money as a do-
nation for Henderson's
medical expenses.
A memorial service
was held for Hender-
son by the Chipley High
School Junior Reserve
Officer Training Corps at
Chipley High School Hen-
derson was a member of
the JROTC. A memorial
march was also held in
Henderson's honor on
7th Street sponsored by
the NAACP


\ IWashington C(ounty





Nicole P. Barefield, Publisher
Jay Felsberg, Managing Editor
Cameron Everett, Production Supervisor
Brad Goodyear, Composition Supervisor
Zola Anderson, Office Manager
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BOCC: Both sides on Sunny Hills fire


department have chance to get along


JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afelsberg@chipleypoper.com

CHIPLEY The word is
this to the feuding fire
fighters in Sunny Hills:
Start talking or the new
fire service takes over on
Dec. 1.
New Washington
County Board of County
Commissioners' chair-
man Eddie Holman made
the recommendation to
Sunny Hills Volunteer
Fire Department Board
chairman Earl Stewart
and Al Gothard, speaking
for the new Sunny Hills.
Fire Service.
After another conten-
tious session between the
two sides of the Sunny
Hills fire department con-
troversy Holman made a
suggestion: Let District 4
commissioner Bill Howell
know by Monday at noon
if the two sides are will-
ing to sit down with a me-
diator and hash out their
differences. If the answer
is no, then the agreement
approved on Ott. 22 by the.
BOCC to give the contract
to the Fire Service will go


into effect on Nov. 30.
Commissioners were
clearly upset about the
most recent squabble at
a BOCC meeting between
the factions in Sunny
Hills. The current. con-
troversy stems from the
BOCC's vote to not renew
the fire service contract
with SHVFD and to give
the contract to SHFS,
formed in part from for-
mer SHVFD firefighters.
The meeting was filed
with claims and counter-
claims by the two sides,
with members of the
SHVFD faction claim-
ing that the community's
Insurance Service Orga-
nization rate would in-
crease due to the change-
over versus the informa-
tion that ISO would not
change the rate until an
inspection was done, and
that would be some time
.in the future.
The new service would
have a place to stow its
engines and gear. Com-
missioner Donnie Strick-
land said the new provider
would use Randall Week-
ley's shop until a new
structure would be built


once land is -obtained.
It was estimated that a
pole barn with sides and
a concrete floor and other
features could be built for
about $25,000, while other
claimed that it would cost
up to $500,000 to build a
complete fire station.
The current fire sta-
tion is owned by the Sun-
ny Hills Volunteer Fire
Department.
Strickland said the
BOCC is looking at two
sites for the new fire sta-
tion.
There would also be
an inventory on Nov. 30
to gather equipment and
vehicles owned by the
County and the Municipal
Services Building Unit for
Sunny Hills that is admin-
istered by the County.
The BOCC also ap-
proved the CSX railroad
agreement presented
by Chamber of Com-
merce executive Direc-
tor Ted Everett. Under
terms of the agreement
CSX Transportation, Inc.
would build a sidetrack
parallel to the main track
for passing and storage
as part of the program to


bring Foley Pipe to the
county industrial park.
The $673,000 project is
funded by state grants.
Bids for the associ-
ated rail spur into the
industrial park will be is-
sued within three-to-four
weeks.
The Foley project,
known throughout the ne-
gotiation stage as "Proj-
ect Pipe," will eventually
bring 152 jobs to the area.
The BOCC also approved
the low bid of $505,000
from GAC Construction
to build the new industri-
al park access road.
The Board also elect-
ed Howell, the outgoing
chairman, as vice-chair-
man, approved the liai-
sons to various depart-
ments and organizations,
rehired Gerald Holley as
BOCC attorney, and ap-
proved keeping the regu-
lar meeting time at 1 p.m.
every fourth Thursday.
The BOCC will meet at 5
p.m. once a quarter and
move meetings around
the county. The monthly
workshop would remain
at 9 a.m. the Monday be-
fore the regular meeting..


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old and weighs about 35 |
pounds. Newsome said she
will probably remain small,
although cougars can reach /^
between 180-250 pounds at
maturity.
"They are supposed to
be the strongest cat for their
size," NeWsome said, and
can jump as high as 12 feet
straight up. They can range
up to 250 miles in the wild unl
and usually avoid people. ing
Cougars are not meant com
as pets, Myers said. "They con
are companions and they Hes
bond to families," he said. obt;
"They are not good around (
children." Myers said that 6-8:


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ess a household is will- live up to 20-22 years in ca
to make "a 20-year tivity due to better diet ai
imitment," don't even lack of ,predators, include
sider having a cougar. man. Saving the cougar ai
still doesn't recommend other rare cats is a chi
gaining one. lenge best met by priva
Cougars only live about organizations like Be
years in the wild but can Creek, as zoos do a pporji


of breeding these animals,
Newsome said.
"The more private the
better, he said.
Lucy is six months old
and could grow to up to 35
pounds. Bobcats are plenti-
ful and are in no danger of
extinction. They are found
in 47 of the 50 states, My-
ers said. They are very elu-
p- sive, very quick, "and they
nd are definitely not a pet," he
ing said. "They are masters of
ind survival."
al- For information on the
ate center, go to www.bear-
ar creekfelinecenter.org or
ob call 850-722-9927.


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Friends of the Library meets to sounds of music


DONNA DYKES
Special to the News
CHIPLEY Kristie Hin-
son's life is filled with mu-
sic. The certified music/
theatre teacher at Chipley
High School shared some
of her talent Thursday
with those attending the
monthly luncheon meeting
for Friends of the Library.
Hinson has 180 students
at the high school where
she teaches six 50-minute
classes daily.
Twenty students in-
cluding seven boys ac-
companied the teacher
to Blue Lake Community
Center and presented a
musical program with sev-
eral of them stepping out to
perform short pieces.
The kids wore light blue
T-shirts bearing Shake-
speare's admonition to "be
not afraid of greatness."
Friends member Jane
Potter said she enjoyed
th program very much.
"I love to see young people
involved in music," she
added.
Hinson says the students
will be featured in a three-
day show, "For the Love
of Music, Celebrity Feud,"
Nov. 19-21 in the Chipley
High School auditorium.
The shows will be present-
ed at 7 p.m. each night.
Club members conduct-
ed their regular business


Friends' President Kathy Foster, right, presents a
special book to Linda Norton, director of Washington
County Public Library. The new selection is "It's Not
About Me."


meeting when the students
had returned to school.
President Kathy Foster
chaired the event with sev-
eral officers giving their re-
ports. Leola Porter spoke of
plans for the Friends game
night planned for Feb. 11.
She is chairman of the
event.
Foster displayed Max
Lucado's book, "It's Not
About Me," which she do-
nated to Washington Coun-
ty- Public Library. Linda
Norton, library director, ac-
cepted the book.
Vernon Floyd, who at-
tends most meetings with


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CHIPLEY The Builders' Club, Student Council and
Bible Club at Roulhac Middle School have adopted the
155 BCT soldiers stationed at Camp Taji, Iraq, for Christ-
mas.
Club members are encouraging students and the com-
munity to help them collect and ship items to soldiers
that won't make it homefor the holidays. The students
will be actually stuffing stockings with items for soldiers.
Some of the items needed are: small Christmas decora-
tions, candy (no chocolate), beef jerky, trail mix, individ-
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thought the meal was deli-
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people and their musical
selections very much," he
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Meetings are open to
the public. Notices will be
printed in local newspa-
pers prior to the December
meeting. Those wishing to
have lunch should make a
reservation by calling Rosa
Nell Baxley at 638-1470 the
Monday before the event..
Cost of the meal is $8.50.


PHOTOS BY DONNA DYKES I Special to the News
Amberly Corbin, with song book, is one of several students featured in a special


Kristy Hinson, music/
theatre teacher at
Chipley High School,
wears one of the T-shirts
urging students to "be not
afraid of greatness."


Leola Porter, chairman, reveals plans for the Friends'
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The Last Lap


Nationwide,/

Nov. 21
Homestead
Ford
300


EGR signs
Jamie McMurray has been
tabbed by Eamhardt Ganassi
Racing to drive the No. 1
Chevrolet in 2010, the team
announced on Wednesday.
The EGR opening came
about when Martin Truex Jr.
signed with Michael Waltrip
Racing on July 7.
McMurray, who will team.
with Juan Montoya under the
EGR banner, said he is look-
ing forward to reuniting with
some familiar faces.
"I am really excited about
this opportunity with
Earnhardt Ganassi Racing, as
I think Juan Pablo and Martin
have shown this season [that]
their equipment is as good as
anyone's in the garage. I am
really looking forward to get-
ting behind the wheel of their
cars and once again compet-
ing for a NASCAR champi-
onship.
"It will also be fun to work
with some of the people that I


Season
Champion
Ron
Hornaday


Season
Champion
Justin
Lofton


McMurray
worked with when I was
there a few years ago."
McMurray -- reunited
with team owner Chip
Ganassi for whom he drove
from 2003-05 -- has driven
the past four seasons for
Roush Fenway Racing.
However, because of the
impending four-car limit
imposed by NASCAR for the
2010 season McMurray was
free to negotiate with other
teams.
"To be able to sign a veter-
an driver with the talent and
experience of Jamie was
important to us," Ganassi
said. "We know Jamie and
understand what makes him
tick as a driver: We had a lot
of success with Jamie in the
early part of his career and
are looking for more of the
same.
McMurray closed out
2002 as Sterling Marlin was
out due to a neck injury


RWR switching to Toyota in '10


Officials of Rusty Wallace
Racing, Toyota Motor Sales,
U.S.A. and TRD, U.S.A.
(Toyota Racing Development)
announced Thursday that
beginning with the 2010 sea-
son, RWR will field Toyota
Camrys in its quest for the
Nationwide Series champi-
onship.
The team currently plans to
enter the No. 66 and No. 62
Toyota 'Camrys in the 2010
Nationwide Series, piloted by
Steve Wallace and Brendan
Gaughan, respectively.
Additionally, a separate
agreement with team owner,


John Andretti
Place Owner
33 Max Jones
34 Robby Gordon
35 Teresa Earnhardt
36 Detrich Mateschiltz
37 Kevin Buckler
38 James Finch


Rusty Wallace, .will enable
him to represent the Toyota
brand on a national basis.
"I'm very proud to have the
opportunity for the team and I
to represent the Toyota brand,"
Wallace said: ,"Our team's
decision on manufacturers
involved input from a lot of
people within the organiza-
tion. We decided that at the
end of the day, our goal as a
race team is simple: to win
races and championships.
Thus, we all had to take a long
look at which manufacturer
partner could best help us
reach that goal."


On the


Bubble
Driver: John Andrefti
Owner: Teresa Earnhardt
Points: 2667.
Points out of 34th: 77
Points ahead of 36th: 114
Driver Points
Paul Menard 2894
Robby Gordon 2744
John Andretti 2667
Scott Speed 2553
David Gillilapd 2145
Brad Keselowski 1899


Never the Bride


Mark Martin could record his fifth second place finish in points at Miami


By BILL GAM BLIN
sp,.it,;'.ipipe iu.]:erte uoem

Mark Martin has rto things inssiiii ifronm hls
career resume.
One is a Sprint Cup Series Championship aind
the second is .a DaNona 5101 \ctor.
After competition as a part-time driver in lus
last season at Roush-Fen"j\ Racing and then
continuing in that role with Ginn Raciii and liter
on when Dale Earnhardt, Inc. took o\er Ginn
Racing, the bug to compete has ne'er left
and this season proves that for the
50-year olk from Bates'ille .
Ark. .. '
"You kno, jius, ha ..e ij !'"
exceeded think in\ '.
expectations. The ,'
race team hds I ."',
done evenr-
thing that I '"
knew that -".i
they could. 6
I just did-
n't know,
you know,

Martin said
"I really did-
n't know if I
could compete
against Jimmi e
Johnson and Jeffl
Gordon and Dale
Earnhardt, Jr. coming into this '..
season, for sure But I kne\ that I \\as
going to giNe it eternthnig. mni whole
heart. But I didn't knoll\ for a fact that
I could measure up to those ,ui[ s real-
ly in their p: mc "'
If things hold .ia the\ are this %ill
be the fifth time in his career lie \ill
have finished second in the Sprint
Cup Series Points
He just missed the title inI Ioit,
1994, 1998, 21112
The closest came in I o00
when he lost to [ale Eainhardt


by 26 points That season he suffered a 46-point penal-
tl at Richmond for using an ilkgal, but non-perform-
ance enhancing carburetor spacer.
STins ha._ caused some to sa\ MNrtin, who leads
the N.-tionwide Series ,v.ith -48 career wins, the
ic.retest driver ie\er to \\in a championship, but
SM.irtmin disagrees.
"Ml\ record does not stand up against the greats
in thi: bun-ness." Martin said. "Ilt '%as funny, I think
Dustii asked Jimmie \\hat does lie "ant. I thought
about that a little bit mn\ielf 1 lst want to be a
% inner, just a %%inner. \ oN know.
That doesn't mean a career
S.or a Monopoly or Scrabble. I
i".t. ant ut, be a winner. I
..yt 7i."'o. ,trked really hard and I
.^ r.. prern hard to be

k i. ',." ,.-.." i hT e a m m a te
Jimmie Johnson
M\ho is looking
Sat rewriting
the record
I book this
"e in j ekot weekend at

doesn't agree
c \, ith Martin's
assessment of


of a man, and doesn't
understand \ hat he's done
in t his sport. tor this sport, how
m ,n\ youniqg gus have respected
lhat he's done." Johnsoh said.
-Cominig up through ..ASA, everybody
Sknjew ho lark NI.irtin was.
"1 .ipned at diat tme to have peo-
-1 spcak of mie .as the\ did you. When
I camine to race in the Busch Series at
the tmle, \01. 1ere wearing us all out
week in aind %\eek out. That was our
chance to race against Mark Martin
and to learn somethiniiiu from him."
Martin %,i II return to race again for
Rick Hendnck in 2010


TRUCK SERIES


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Ford
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representative's attorney feet to an iron rod set on NER OF LOT 4, BLOCK J, CIRCUIT IN AND FOR ODOM, DARYL FOOR, from toys and jewelry, to be sold at wholesale or
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS their claims with this court West for 37.43 feet to an THENCE NORTH 313 NOTICE TO CREDITORS Washington County Court- 2100 Pets FL A3014 AB 2224 Diamond Jim's Auction.'
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June27, 2009, is pending THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY 123.00 feet to an iron rod SOUTH 313 FEET, Deceased, File Number Foreclosure: Supplies 3150 ing lawn mower. 8' Poll
in the Circuit Court for (30) DAYS AFTER THE set on the aforesaid North THENCE SOUTH 89 DE- 67-0-CP-056 is pending Begin at the NW corner of 2140 Pts/Livestockhan w ran
Washington County, Flor- DATE OF SERVICE OF A right-of-way line of County GREES 23 MINUTES in- theCircuitCourt for Lot 27, Dee Land Com- 2150- emols Credtl 40 yr Warranty. new & used tools. Cord-
IdaProbateDivision, the COPYOFTHISNOTICE R oa 273; thence Circ Lot 27, Dekte Land CoTH- E PsMemorals Creditl 40 yr Warranty. new & used tools, Cord-
ida, Probate Divisin, the COPY OF THIS NOTICE Road No. 273; thence EAST 125 FEET TO THE Washington County, Flor- pany Addition to Chipley, Direct from manufac- less drill w/lots of bits.
address of which is p lostON THEM. Not h 89s09'00"rWest-along POINTeOF BEGINNING, ida, Probate Division, the Plat Book 1, Page 10 and turer. 30 colors in Edge trimmer, used twice.
Office-Box47, Chley, All othercreditor said right-of-wa line for has been filed against you address of which is PO. run South along the East stock, Quick turna- 20" chain saw, used very
FL 32428-0647. The decedent and other per- 100.00 feet to the Point of and you are required to Box 647, Chipley, FL right-of- way line of 5th 2130 round. Delivery availa- little. Tool chest. Cordless
names and addresses of sons who have claims or Beginning. serve a copy of your writ- 32428.. The names and Street a stance of 389.71 For Sale; baby geese, ble. Gulf Coast Supply weed eater w.charger &
the personal representa- demands against the This parcel is being lo- ten defenses within 30 addresses of the personal feet to the Westerly chicks, guineas & ducks. & Manufacturing, two batteries. Lots more
ive and the personal rep- decedent's estate, includ- cated in the Southwest days after the first publica- representativeand the per- right-of- way line of State Call850-547-3129 or Cell (888)393-0335 www. stuff. Come & check outal
resentative's attorney are ing unmatured, contingent Quarter of the Southwest tion, if any, on Florida De- .sonal representative's at- Road #77, thence North- #850-415-2998. gulfcoastsuppty.com I have. 850-638-1907,
set forth below, or unliquidated claims, Quarter of Section 5, fault Law Group, PL., torney are set forth below, easterly along said Hay Argentine Bahai 4x5850-260-0271.
All creditors of the dece- must file their claims with Township 4 North, Range Plaintiff's attorney, whose All creditors of the dece- right-of- way line 410.37 rolls. Three or more, $22
dent and other persons this court WITHIN THREE 13 West, Washington address is 9119 Corporate dent and other persons, feet to the Southperroll. 11 Three or more, $22 Plantation and Land
having claims or demands (3) MONTHS AFTER THE County, Florida Lake Drive, Suite 300, who have claims or de- right-of-way line of a 20 er roll. 11 miles north of lantauction nd Land
against th decedent's s- DATE OF THE FIRST PUB- Thomas E Ray Tampa, Florida 33634, and mendsagainst decedent's foot dich, thence North- 850-638-6951. B&BFurniture.We173 Auctionoks 960+/-A
tate on whom a copy of LICATION OF THIS NO- Deserae Ray file the original with this estate, including unma- westerly along said 0-638-69sell clean quaity fur nature. Land Auctions. Georgia
this notice is required to TICE. ANY PERSON CLAIMING Court either before service turned, contingent or unlq- right-of-way line 96.50 feet Oursell clean quality future. Auctions Nov
be served must file their ALL CLAIMS NOT SO AN INTEREST IN THE on Plaintiffs attorney orim- uidatedclaimsandwho to the North line of Lot 27, Our newbeddingisback 27th 1AM Home
claims with this court FILED WILL BE FOREVER SURPLUS FROM THE mediately thereafter; other- have been served a copy thence West along said i heck out our great Land and arm Excel-
WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 BARRED. SALE, IF ANY, OTHER wise a default will be en- of this notice, must file North line 200.50 feet to 415-6866 or1. lent Investment Poten-
MONTHS AFTER THE NOTWITHSTANDING THE THAN THE PROPERTY tered against you for the their claims with this Court the Point of Beginning, be- 855570211tial. www.Certifid-
TIME OF THE FIRST PUB- TIME PERIODS SET OWNER AS OF THE DATE relief demanded in the WITHIN THE LATER OF ing all of Lots 27, 32 and a o RealEstateAuctions.com
UCATION OF THIS NO- FORTH ABOVE, ANY OF THE LIS PENDENS Complaint or petition. THREE (3) MONTHS AF- portion of abandoned rail- (800)711-9175 AUC-
TICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER CLAIM FILED TWO (2) MUST FILE A CLAIM This notice shall be pub- TER THE DATE OF THE road right-of-way, all lying 'B 00279210%BP
THE DATE OF SERVICE YEARS OR MORE AFTER WITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER listed once each week for FIRSTPUBLCATION OF West of State Road #77, MERCHANDISE -
OF A COPY OF THIS NO- THE DECEDENT'S DATE THE SALE. two consecutive weeks in THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY being a part of the NW 1/4 .LARRY CAGLE --
TICEONTHEM. OF DEATH IS BARRED. ORDERED AT WASHING- the WASHINGTON (30) DAYS AFTER THE of NE 1/4 of Section 9, 3100-Antiques If you need to
All other creditors of the RST OFPUBLICA- TON COUNTY, FLORIDA, COUNTYNEWS. DATE OF SERVICE OF'A Township 4 North, Range 3110-Appliances I "buy ose"
decedent and other per- TION OF THISNOTICE IS: this 16 day of November, WITNESS my hand and COPY OF THIS NOTICE 13 West, Washington 310 -Auctions Dconzsequpment; L 3310
sons having claims or de- NOVEMBER 21,2009. 2009. the seal of this Court on ON THEM. County, Florida; LESS 3140 -Auctions y Dozerm Laders
mands against the dece- Attorneys for Personal rep- Unda H. Cook this 3 day of Nov., 2009. All other creditors of the AND EXCEPT the lands 3150- Building Supplies Excavators, Forrestry, MUSIC LESSONS; Piano,
dent's estate must file their resentative: As Clerk, Circuit Court Linda H. Cook decedent and other per- described in Official Rec- 3160 Business Confact Guitar, Bass, Drums,
claims with this court George HunterRoberts WASHINGTON, Florida Clerk of the Court sons who have claims or ords Book 640, Pages Equipment I Icagle@cagleequlp- I Banjo, Mandolin, Violin,
WITHIN 3 MONTHS AF-Florida Bar No. 255688 By:J C Rogers By: K. McDaniel demands against the de- 351-352 of the public rec- 3170 Complleibles ment.co Flute. Covington Music.
TER THE DATE OF THE c/oTilley & Chapman As Deputy Clerk As Deputy Clerk cedent's estate, including ords of Washington 3190 Electronics ce85 -1 We buy used musical Downtown
FIRST PUBLICATION OF 2000 Glades Road, SPEAR & HOFFMAN PA. As published in the Wash- unmatured, contingent or County, Florida;and being 3200 Firewood stme. Downtown
THISNOTCE Suite306 Dadeland Executive Cen- ington County News No- unliquidated claims, must Parcel Identification Num- 3210- FreePass It On Chipley 850-638-5050.
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED Boca Raton, FL tar vember14,21, 2009. file their claims with this ber:00000000-0-2135-000 3220- Furniture i_________
WITHIN THE TIME PERI- 33431-8504 9700 South Dixie Highway, Court WITHIN THREE (3) 0200.9 3230 Garage/Yard Sales 1 3300
ODS SET FORTHIN SEC Telephone:561368-6020 Suite610 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT MONTHS AFTER THE and certain personal prop- 32Th Eat2 Mobile Home Axels,
TION 733.702 OF THE Personal Representative: Miami, Florida 33156 OF THE FOURTEENTH DATE OF THE FIRST PUB- erty described as a com- 3260- Health& Fitness $150 ea. 1 Twinm Aelectric
FLORIDA PROBATE CODEDavidBingham Telephone: (35) 670-2299 JUDICIAL CIRCUITIN AND LICATION OF THIS NO- mercial lease agreement 3270- Jewelry/Clothing d, $120 w/mattress 1 3320
WILL BE FOREVER 661-A North Trail As published in the Wash- FOR WASHINGTON TICE. between Mark Odom and 3280- Machinery/ 10" Ryobi miter saw, $45.
BARRED. Stratford, CT. 06614 ington County News COUNTY FLORIDA ALL CLAIMS NOT SO Daryl Foor and Bujzz Leon- Equipment 1 1V cordless drill MAPHIS TREE
NOTWITHSTANDING THE As published in the Wash- November21, 28, 2009. CASE NO.: 67-09-CA-317 FILED WILL BE FOREVER ard Motors, Inc., effective 3290 Medical Equipment
TIME PERIODS SET ington County News No- ard M s I, e e 3300 Miscellaneous w/charger, $25. FARM
BARRED. May 10, 2008. 3310 Musicallnstruments 850-773-2751.
FORTH ABOVE, ANY vember21, 28, 2009. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT PROSPERITY BANK, NOTWITHSTANDING THE The successful bidder at 3320-Plans Shrubs 850-773-2751
CLAIM FILED TWO (2) F THE FOURTEENTH Plintiff, TIME PERIODS SET the sale'will be required to Supplies CHRISTMAS TREES
OR MORE AFTER IN THE CIRCUIT COURT JUDICIALCIRCUIT IN AND vs.FORTH ABOVE, ANY place the requisite state 3330 Restaurant/Hotel CHOOSE AND CUT
THE DECEDENT'S DATE OF THE 14TH JUDICIAL FOR WASHINGTON ELSIE MALETICH, AND CLAIM FILED TWO (2) documentary stamps on 3340 Sporting Goods LIVE IN POTS
OF DEATH IS BARRED. CIRCUIT IN AND FOR COUNTY FLORIDA ANY UNKNOWN PARTIES, YEARS OR MORE AFTER the Certificate ofTitle. 3350 Tickets (Buy& Sell) 32inch white vanity, right TAGYOUR
The date of first publica- WASHINGTON COUNTY CIVIL ACTION INCLUDING ANY UN- THE DECEDENT'S DATE DATED this 10 day of No- ehd finished has marble CHRISTMAS TREE
tion of this notice is No- FLORIDA CASE NO.: KNOWN HEIRS, DEVI- OF pEATH IS BARRED. vember, 2009. top $150., 30x30 medicine NOVEMBER 21, 2009
member 21,2009. CASE NO. 67-08-CA-152 67-2009-CA-000430 SEES, GRANTEES, AS- The date of the first publi- Clerk of the Court cabinet glass doors, $25., SANTA VISITS
Attorney for Personal Rep JPMORGAN CHASE DIVISION SIGNEES, LIENORS, cation of this Notice is No- Washington County, Flor- 3100 Fiberglass tub & shower DEC 12, FROM 10-2.
resentative:BANK, N.A. F/K/A SPOUSES, CREDITORS, vember 21, 2009. ida Wanted To Buy antiques, $25. 850-768-0165 FRUIT TREES/CITRUS
KERRY ADKISON JPMORGAN CHASE WELLS FARGO BANK, NA, TRUSTEES, AND ALL Attorney for Personal Rep- By: J.C. Rogers collectibles, gold, silver, TREES
Kerry Adkison, PA BANK, Plaintiff, OTHER PARTIES CLAIM- resentative: As Deputy Clerk dinnerware, collections, Airlines are hiring, MANY VARITIES TO
Post Office Box 669 Plaintiff, vs ING BY, THROUGH, UN- William S. Howell, Jr., Es- RUN ONCE A WEEK FOR paintings, call Al Schmidt Train for high paying CHOOSE FROM
Chipley, FL 32428-0669 THOMAS E RAY eta DENNIS E. WILLIAMS, et DER OR AGAINST THE quire TWO (2) CONSECUTIVE 850-638-7304 Aviation Maintenance WREATHS,
Forid(850) 638-2643 253 DHOMASefendan tls) ., al, NAMED DEFENDANT Florida Bar No. 394040 WEEKS: Career. FAA approved ARRANGEMENTS,
Florida Bar No.0843253 Defendant(s). Defendantss. Defendant 1727 S. Co. Hwy 393 RETURN PROOF OF PUB- program. Financial aid GIFTS
Personal Represenatve NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE OF ACTION Santa Rosa Beach, FL LOCATION TO: E S0 if qualified, Housing MAPHIS TREE FARM &
DEBORAH L. ALFORD NOTICE OF SALE TO: DENNIS E. WILUAMS NOTICEOFSALE 32459 FRANK. BAKER, ESQ. 1 3130 available, CALL Avia- NURERY
Post Office Box 684 NOTICE IS HEREBY LAST KNOWN ADDRESS: NOTICE is hereby given (850) 622-0529 4431 Lafayette Street tion institue of Mainte- 850-638-8243
DeFuniak Springs, FL GIVEN pursuant to the Fi 1300 KAY AVENUE that, pursuant to an Order Personal Representative: Marianne FL 32446 Public Auction nance (888)349-5387 LOCATED 3 MILES
32435 nal Judgment entered in CHIPLEY, FL 32428 or Final Judgment entered William S. Howell, Jr. As published In the Wash- Saturday, Attend Cllege online SOUTH OF CHIPLEY
As published in the Wash- this case now pending in CURRENT ADDRESS: UN- in the above-captioned 262Tradewinds Drive ington County News No- November 21,2009. from Home. lMediclne OFF ORANGE
ington County News No- said Court, the style of KNOWN case, I will sell the property Santa Rosa Beach, Florida vember 14, 21, 2009 November 212009. nfrom Home. arMedical' HILL HWY
member 21,_28, 2009. which is indicated above. ANY AND ALL UNKNOWN situated in Washington 32459 8:00AM. T *Business, *Paralegal,
I will sell to the highest and PARTIES CLAIMING BY, County, Florida, described As published in the Wash- Mason Auction Co. Yard, *Accounting, *Criminal AT 814 RATDLEBOX
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT best bidder for cash at the THROUGH, UNDER, AND as: ington County News No- Hwy 231 N, Justice. Job placement D AT 1187 MAIN ST
FOR WASHINGTON Washington County Court- AGAINST THE HEREIN LOT 24, BLOCK 1092, vember 21, 28, 2009. Or Campbellton, FL. assistance. Computer AND ATI1187 MAIN ST.
COUNTYFLORIDA house, 1293 Jackson Ave- NAMED INDIVDUAL SUNNY HILLS UNIT NINE- __Over 70+ tractors & 100's available. Financial Aid IN CHIPLEY, FL
PROBATE DIVISION nue, Chipley, Floqrida DEFENDANT(S) WHO ARE TEEN, ACCORDING TO I 1110 i of pieces of new & used if qualified. Call 850-638-7373
File No. 67-09-CP-053 32428, on the 21 day of NOT KNOWN TO BE THE PLAT THEREOF, AS IN THE FOURTEENTH JU- equipment. ( 8 8 8 ) 2 0 3 3 1 7 9, www.maphstreefarm
December, 2009, at 11:00 DEAD OR ALIVE, RECORDED IN PLAT DICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND Plus Regular www.CenturaOnline.com. com
IN RE: ESTATE OF RICH- A.M., the following de- BOOK 3, PAGE(S) 65 FOR WASHINGTON --O-OR SEL-- I consignments from local
THROUGH 79, OF THE COUNTY FLORIDA COLOR SELLS! area farmers,
PUBLIC RECORDS OF CASE NO. 67-09-CA-310 Get Your Classified Ad County & City surplus area
SFLORIDA. 'PEOPLESSOUTH BANK | COLOR. I Mason Auction & Sales,
at public sale, to the high- Plaintiff, Call now for details LLC. #AU642
Sest and best bidder for v.,V I and be noticed! 850-263-0473, Office;
cash, at the front door of CAR TRADERS, INC., 638-0212 I 850-258-7652, Chad;
the Washington County MARK ODOM, DARYL or 850-849-0792, Gerald.
p Courthouse, in Chipley, FOOR, DEALER SER- 547-9414 wwwmasonauctioncom. .
r Floridaat11:00AM on De- VICES CORPORATION ,- - - -- I --
cember10, 2009and DEPARTMENT OF
Any person other than the THE TREASURY INTER-
-n,-- "- property owner as of the NAL REVENUE SERVICE,
Defendants.


C&C Bookkeeping and carpentry, pressure wash-
Tax Service. Open 5 days ing, lawn care, patio & win- B&M Mower Repair &
a week. 8am to 5pm. Cal dow re-screening, great Service. Quality work at a
(850)638-1483 rates. (850)638-4492 fair price. Pickup & Deliv-
ery Available. Bill or Mary
0 (850)638-4492

Home Maintenance &
Repair. 32 years experi- SOD & SEED on the farm, Sewing Machine and Vac-
ence. Call Wesley Hall @ delivered or installed. Cen- uum Cleaner Repair, guar-
850-596-0850 or tipede St. Augustine Ber- anteed service on all
256-201-2105, muda. West Florida Turf makes and models. Free
(850) 415-0385; 638-4860. estimates. Western Auto,
^ Established 1980 216 N. Waukesha, Bonifay.
ELDERL CAR547-3910

Caregiver 0 I SOA
Companion/Caregiver to Sewing Machine and Vac-
monitor & assist hygiene & For Rent first in Chipley, uum Cleaner Repair, guar-
healthcare needs, Must be Mini Warehouses. If you anteed service on all
compassionate, positive, don't have the room, "We makes and models. Free
responsible, dependable, Do" Lamar Townsend estimates, Western Auto,
non-smo'er, prefer Chris- (850)638-4539, north of 216 N. Waukosha, Bonifay.
tian, 850.693-6258 Townsends, 547-3910
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6140 7150 7150 7160 81108120
SFor Rent/Option to Buy 3BR/2BA Doublewide,
3BR/2BA home in Chpley, Two 5 acres & One 10 ac- 24X40, Homes of Merit. 2002 Pontiac Grand 1989 Jeep with 2 tops. 4.2
CHRISTMAS CACTUS CH/A. Handi-cap Gator Pond off Hwy. 77 res on Buddy Rd. One 10 Home has new carpet, AM-SE. 4DR, 102,000 mi- liter motor, 4x4.$5000.
OTHR equipped. Large Lot. Ref. near Sunnyhills in Wash- acres & One 13 acres on paint & appliances. Set-up les. Nice. Perfect ride. 2-Stall Horse trailer with 2
OTHER MSC PLANTS erences, deposit, 1st and ington County; Approxi- Gainer Rd. Owner financ- included $19900 Call AUOMOVE, MANE loaded. $3700. 2008 front-side doors & ramps,
or sale. BUIsitNE & FINANCIA last. 850-547-2091 mately 2 acres high and ing For more info call Mil- 850-763-7780. RECREATIONAL Honda four wheeler. Yel- double axal. $2500.
CoThelma'ttle sTouch o 51o00- Business dry, next to water manage- ton Peel @ 850-638-1858. 810 Antque & Collectios ow color. 10 hour only. 8 5 0 7 7 3 2 5 5 0
ThelmasUttleTouchnof 51 Oppo-usies For Rent: 3 br, 2 ba inment area, secluded, 3BR/2BA, 1995 MH, 110 o-ars New 07-01-09. $4000. 850-596-0795.
4187 Hwy 273 5110 Money to Land Ponce de Leon, Country quiet. Price negotiable, 16X76, Fridge, stove, d/w, 8120 Sports Utility Vehicles 1999 Kubota Tractor
4187 Hwy 273F setting, $475. per month possible owner financing. power pole, A/C/Heat 8130 Trucks LB2100. wheel drive.
GraceviPeFL p:lus $300. deposit. Call (850) 896-5755. ncld. Good condition. 8140 anseral Canopy. 600 hours only.
Phone: 263-7271 1 850-265-3166 i $16,900. 638-4228. 8160 Motorcycles Like new w/5ft box blade.
5100 Furnished House for rent 8170 Auto Parts $5700. Call 596-4174, 8160
ALL Cash Vending! Do in New Hope on 51 acres. 14X60 2BR/1BA w/front New 16X80 w/oone 8210 Accessories 596-6513. Roy Sewell.
you earn $800 in a 4BR/3 w BA. Available Land Bargain, 21+ Ac kitchen 1983 Model in fair floors, island kitchen, 8220 Personal Watercraft For Sale. 2006 Yamaha
day? 25 Local Ma- now $1400/month. only $89,900 beautifully shape. $9,000 with set-up set-up w/central air & heat. 8230- Sailboats Morphous Scooter. 250cc
chines and Candy 850-333-3734.wooded acreage close included. Call 2010 Model. $36,900. Call 8240 Boat & Marine BIG PLANS Being with 130 miles. $4,200.
$9,995. (888)629-9968 Wausau, Very clean 2BR to FL/GA border Enjoy 7,850-763-7780. 1-850-763-7780 8245 Boli s Docks Held up by the Econ- 850-638-0659.
BO2000033 CALL US: MH, nice 2 acres, private end' of road privacy 8310- Aircraft/Aviation omy? Turn Court Set-
we will not be under- $450 w/dep & lease. Perfect for weekend 8320 -ATV/Off Road Vehicles element, Annuity, or,
sold! Sunny Hills, 2BR/1.5BA getaway/ cabin in -_ -4 8330- Campers & Trailers Lottery Winnings into
House, corner lot, carport, woods/ horse farm. 8340 -Motorhomes the Cash You Need. *,* *
EMPLOYMENT PTL OTR Drivers. New fencing $550 w/dep & Possible subdivide. Ex- The 24X40 3BR/2BA, Call Chris (816) | 8340
Pay Package! Great Mi- lease cellent financing. Call 2BR/1BA 14X60 1983 1995 model with new car- y 582-1193 or chris@
4100 Help Wanted les! Up to 46cpm. 12 Lakefront Leisure Lakes.. owner now. (912)674 Model. Home is clean & in pet, paint & appliances is 1yourcashout.com 35Ft. Motor Home. "83
4130 Employment months experience re- Lovely 2BD house, 1 acre, -0320 www.GAfor- pretty good shape. It is a again for sale. $15k. Will | 8110 I_ tasca. Extras. Low miles.
Information quired. No felony or wood floors, big screen est.com front kitchen model w/bay not last long as it was on Clean, runs good $5,900,
DUI past 5 years. porch, Jencing, outbldgs, windows. Set-up, $9,500. the market for 1 day be- 1999 Honda Civic Police Impounds! OBO. 850-685-8795.
( 8(7 7 ) 7740 6-262 pets possible $750 mo. Call Brad 1-850-763-7780. forel. Call Brad, $200! 2001 Nissan Honda 1999 Civic
www.ptl-inc.com w/dep & lease 850-763-7780. Altima $3501 2003 VW $2001 Nissan 2001
i 1F e Florida's Best Real Estate Jetta $400! POLICE IM- Altima $350! Ford 2001
'4100 Bank nlyForeclsures 3 814-84440or814-9696 POUNDS' for listings Taurus $7001 For list-
Br only $199/Mol 5 Br -cWlca (800)366-9813 ext ings call (800)366-9813
Burford Tree Inc, Forman only $225/Mol Buy, 8 l8110 0 r | 8110 9271 ext 9275 8110
needed: (male or female) 5%down 30yrs @8% i .
must be line clearance cer- apr. for listings (800) 1 6170
tified, at least 2 years ex- 366-9783 ext 5853 2&3BR'2BA Mobile Hn mp
must have clean driving " - ,,-, ,..,: r, 3 M1IR I T

record & criminal 8KG. __ -
Noca&lls after 7pm K G W Jorge Sys Let s Do Business Where Business Is Done During Our
__oalisa __erpm 2BRM -.-rr,-S
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up to $150. a day under REAL ESTATE FORRENT 2BR I'.BA Mobile ro.me
cover. Shoppers needed 6100 -Business/ -t. riN r..r Lhipe, SJoh
to judge retail & dining es- Commercial cpi 850-i.i --1, l S-,
tablishments. No experi- 6 110 Apar tmentsM ... .
ence required. Call 6120- Beach Rentals
87-372-3768 6130 Condo/Townhouse 2BR.1 I BA
6150 Roommate Wanted . r ri re,) WITH APPROVED CREDIT GREAT ELEC TION
6170 Moble.Hme/Let "t "ir,6D PRE-Ow8 FRIENDLY STAFF
nda 6180 Out-of-Town Rentals i,- Beni S B 6 988
Sunday 6190- Timeshare Rentals 2BR 2BA M H. O--Ir,-.
Newspaper 68200- Vacation Rentals 2B AM ,,'o OF 2 G.
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'looking for Commercal Buldng for 2BR Mobile Home. COcur,
Independent Contractor met i aBe uOe 8 r S 2 S La f o Orre' Sh Mai V
to s ell Sunday ne rent in Chipley. Over 1800 "' PT C Autoi, SCia
tosellSundaynewspa- sqft, 2 ac units, 3 baths. bail..1`, Cr,,re i- H 4 A
pers on the comer of Was 45 seat restaurant. I. i
ta B owrd Call Rick 850-258-6621. -' i0. l r T O.Y T- 5A
& Highway 79, Executive Office Space 3BR MBA. A
in Bonifay FI for rent downtown Chipley. 34 rr$,,e ,
S Al until. incl'd 638-1918 b ,:nta E ,rn 5. :r
Thisis Sunday only For Rent. Retail Store on DAH.V AsR a R iA
from approximately7:00 Main St., Chipley. Call A RreT,,y ArD...,1i
or 8:00 A.M. 638-1918.
until around 1:00 RM. 638-1918. ra- .. -OTA 0. r. I
This position has a lot of 1C I3BR 2BA Douolewide or,
opportunity for growth, 1 re Hur r P a. M R Automatic
and there is money to 6110 h, a...r,.,ie i 5.5-*. 1 '4.
be madeforthe rightin- 1BR Apartment in Chip- 3BR 2BA Doubewide
dividual. ley. Good location. No Lae rr, 3 i- tar,,3 o
Call Sabrina at 850- pats. 638-4640. r 5" dep. S-!*,,*
747-5056 If Interested For rent Sleepy Hollow 3. p 0,Ot
Duplex Apartments 07-CHVY08JEEWANLE__R
NEWS '-IRpL HUD not accepted. Country Living Estates,BS,
3BR/1BA. Water, garbage, For Rent:h BR BA ,,o,
lawn care included. Spa- )II r,.,r-, ,r l ne-= and arIS A
cious, energy efficient with 8 Bon., 85. "5,".c.626 S
private yard.Fr n 2 Rt:h
850-638-7128 For Rent. 2&3BR MotIle
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IT/Software Dev. ONE, TWO, & THREE p'c' require, ,,er,,
Bedrooms. 547-5007. MORE TO CHOOSE FROM!
Web Conveniept location. For Rent: 1 bedroom O Mi /TG
De Downtown Chipley. trailer in good condition. COME CRECK TsE Ut T OUTr MUs T v 0 O eei
Developer No lease. No pets. Call 850-547-2830
Florida Freedom is 638-3306. For Rent: 2 & 05 TOYOTA TUNDRA SR5 v-8, Double Cab 07 CHEVY 1500 v-8, Double Cab
cooking for a Web RIDGEWOODAPART- room mobil homes in 04 CHEVY 1500 LS EXT. CAB v-8, 38K Miles 08 CHEVY COBALT Leather, Sunroof
Developer. Thiis res MNTS OF BONIFAY I I 8 -3462 Call 09 NISSAN ALTIMA 2.5S Leather 07 HONDA ODYSSEY Sharp Mini Van, Loaded
sible to design and Includes cityutilities 08 CHRYSLER PT CRUISER Auto, Sharp 09 CHEVY 1500 LS Double Cab, V-8
develop websites I Ask about our fall I For Rent: 2 & 3 bed-
a n d promofion!!l room mobile homes in 07 FORD RANGER EXT. CAB Automatic 04 LEXUS LS 430 Loaded, Must See!
database-powered 850-557-7732 Bonifay Call
web applications for - - - 850-547-3462 MORE TO CHOOSE FROM!
Freedom properties
and external clients For Rent: 2BR/1BA Mobile GREAT SELECTION OF PRE-OWNED CERTIFIED TOYOTAS IN STOCK!
and maintain exist- Homes $300. month, plus R E
ing websites and ap- 6140 $300. deposit, no pets. e Hl 7 ars "00o.01 Mile 1t .e 8 1 Point Qual ty TJNDsS
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ley. 753 East Blvd. In- message. CAMRYS .aSHIGHLAN-acRoInP,-oA A
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viding support on month, $300 deposit. No tondale on Sapp Rd, 8 mi-ACOMAS Rdde ne*C las
website issuesductio pets. 850-814-2625. les E. of Chipley. 3br, 2ba, ALL READY AND PRICED TO 0 !!!
mothers & 2br, 2ba, avail. Total
sary; providing sup- in back yard. us3392 Elkcamed 8elec0 (850-20 -489 8847 08 TOYOTA PRIUS Leather, Seats 05 TOYOTA SEQUOIA SR5 V-8, Loaded
port bto customerst/ an $700/depo SunnY $650/montHills. www.charloscountryliving.c 04 TOYOTA HIGHLANDER Limited, 3rd Seat 08 TOYOTA F3 CRUISER 16K Miles, Nice
Issues pal asviding 271-1248or5276262. 08 TOYOTA MATRIX Automatic 09 TOYOTA SIENNA LE SAVE!
dime estimates to th 3BR Brick House for rent. 09 TOYOTA CAMRY 4 Door Sedan 06 TOYOTA AVALON XLS sunroof, Sharp
Sales department; CH/A. 527 4th Street,
adhere to all Produc- Chipley. $550 per month. Waterfront 3 br, 2 ba, on 07 TOYOTA RAV-4 Local Truck, Sharp 06 TOYOTA COROLLA 4 Door
tion processes and Call527-5623. 2.7 acres on lake, no 05 TOYOTA 4-RUNNER SR5 V-6 07 TOYOTA TUNDRA DOUBLE CAB v-8
deadlines; and other smoking or pets, $550 mo. 007tTOYOTA TUNDRA DOUBLE CAB V
duties as assigned other 3BR/1BA House in Chip- Call (850) 835-5143 ofr
lay to rent. CH/A. 585-7164 MORE TO CHOOSE FROM!

Candidates should: $595/month. Call
show proficiency in 638-8360.
technologies: HTML 3BR/2BA Doublewide. Maria Toyota would lke to welcome these new
CSS, PHP (or other Large patio backporch. aln oo taw ke t el the s e
server-side scripting Front porch w/roof. A
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(MySQL or equiva- AISE to come see them for all their new or used vehicle needs.
lent) and be willing Bethlehem Area thi
to learn others; profi- 3BR/2BA, $450 month & 7100- Homes
ciency in design/ $200 dep. Call 7105 Open House
layout programs: 850-547-5195 7110 Beach Home/
Photoshop 2 Prerty
Dreamweaver or an For Rent 3BR/1.5BA CH/A 7130- Con whouser
equivalent; be famil- $600 plus deposit, stove & 7140 Farms & Ranches
iar .with FTP software refrigerator, Very Nice, No 7150 Lots and Acreage
and office productiv- pets in Bonifay, 7160 Mobile Homes/Lots
ity software (Word, 850-547-9291. 7170 Waterfront '
Excel, etc); be able 7180 Investment
to hand code HTML; Publisher's 710 Out-of-Town
be able to design Real Estate
and build relational Notice 7200 Timshare
databases; have a
working knowledge All real estate advertising in .
of Windows & this newspaper is subject to .
Unix/Linux web serv- the Fair Housing Act which 7100 .
ers. Knowledge and makes it illegal to advertise DRASTICALLY
or discrimination based on REDUCED Kenny Folsom Steve Hughes Travis Russ
and SEM a huge race, color, religion, sex, BELOW APPRAISAL Sales 'Sales Sales
plus. handicap, famihal status or Last chance for 1st time
This associate works tionl or an intes- homebuyers to get 8K
at the Northwest erence, limitation or dis-
Florida Daily News crimination' Familial status Hurry Before
property in Ft. Wal- includes children under the Government Program
e o or ega custodians, preg Also owner help
cdaexcelent in e rs net women ad people se w/downpayment &
package including under 18. Chipley, 2/3BR/2BA, like David Chad Chris Elliot Robert Ronnie Skip Vance Leaster
long-term disability knowingly accept any ad fenced lot w/pond on Cumbie Oliver Farrar Curry Davis Allen Delph McGough Tinsley
insurance, paid boll- nerisong tor reia estate 3 acres. $139,000, 00. General Sales Sales Sales Sales Sales Sales Sales General
savd vacotion and which is in violation of the 314-346-3303. Sales Mgr. Sales Mgr.


si leave, 401(k) informed that all dwellings All Prices and Discounts After Any Factory Rebate, Factory To Dealer Cash Incentives, Plus Tax and Tag. Subject to Presale.
plan, etc. advertised in this newspa- .
per are available on a equal71 0
Send resumes to: opportunity basis. To co- 71SO Remember, f You
Nathan Land via plain of discrimination call 1!7 + acres in m
e-mail HUD toll-free at 17 an't me To
to: nathan land 1H80 669- o777. The Chipley
@link.freedom.com toll tree number for the 14-yr-old planted pines; US Just G Us
hearing impaired is driveway/homesite Us, Just Give Us
S800-927-9275. cleared & destumped. 2961 Penn. Ave. M arianna, FL, ive
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