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Place of Publication: Chipley, Fla
Publication Date: December 5, 2009
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BRIEFS

KMS PTO meeting
announced
CHIPLEY Kate Smith
Elementary School's
Parent Teacher
Organization (PTO)
meeting will be held
Tuesday, Dec. 1 at
6 p.m. Come hear an
update from KMS PTO.
Enjoy a holiday music
program by KMS
students, staff and
teachers. Children's
Author Timothy A.
Weeks will be sharing
his Wise Mullet tales to
KMS. Refreshments will
be served and door
prizes given away.
For more
information contact
Lorna Anderson 850-
849-1028 and visit
www.kmspto.com.

Washington County
Commission
special meeting
CHIPLEY The
Washington County
Board of County
Commissioners will
hold a special called
meeting regarding
bonuses on Dec. 14,
at 8:30 a.m. at County
Annex, 1331 South
Blvd. in Chipley. For
more information,
please call the
administrative office
638-6200..


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StaffWriter
cspears@chipleypaper.com
VERNON Construction of the
new Vernon bridge is underway as
Anderson Columbia, the primary
contractor, works on building a
two-lane southbound bridge just
a little west to the existing Weeks
Bridge.
According to Florida Dept. of
Transportation District 3 the new
bridge will have two 12-foot travel
lanes, a 10-foot outside shoulder,
a six-foot inside shoulder, aid a
five-foot sidewalk separated from
traffic by a concrete barrier wall.,
A parallel northbound bridge is to
be.constructed where the current
bridge is located. Construction is
expected to be completed in 2010.
In addition to the construction
of the new bridge, turn lanes will
be added to County Road 279 and
State Road 277 and intersections
will be realigned for State Road
79, County Road 277, County Road'
278 and County Road 279.
The soon-to-be replaced Weeks
Bridge has a long history and was
subject of a celebration of its ser-
vice in May.
According to "Vernon, The
Heart of Old Washington County,
Florida" by Mary Cathrin May
and Faye Middleton with Erik
Robinson, Weeks Bridge was built
during a project that two-laned
State Road 79 in order to meet the
demands of increasing traffic.
"As automobile traffic in-
creased, the state began to
build two-lane paved roads and
concrete and steel bridges in
Washington County," read the
article. "In the 1930s, Hwy. 79
was constructed from the Atlanta
line to the Gulf of Mexico." As


PHOTOS SPECIAL TO THE WEEKENDER
The Weeks Bridge was built in
1939.

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contractors paved the new two-
lane highway the two-lane Weeks
Bridge was to be built to replace/
an old wooden bridge over Holmes
Creek.
"In 1939, the bridge was opened

See BRIDGE A4


Two convicted


From staff rel
CHIPLEY J
deliberated f
minutes before
ing Roger I
who is in his
60s, guilty c
glecting his 97
old mother, I
Beard, after
Tuesday.
Assistant
Attorney
Wilson said :
Beard called
medics on Fe
2009, to ask th
come to his
er's, house in
pley and ex
her legs. Whe
arrived, they
Beard sitting
ered in feces,
per on the fli
chair to collect
Wilson said
sores so seve
seeherbackbc
of her wounds
with maggots
sitting in that
weeks to two r
said, and had
in a year.
Naomi Be;
to the hospitz


in Chipley

ports pneumonia four
days later. Wilson
Jurors said her death could
or 35 not be linked to her
e find- living conditions
Beard, and Roger Beard
mid- was charged with
f ,ne- DAVID LEE neglect of an elderly
'-year- person.
Naomi HALL II Wilson said the
a trial issue at trial was
whether' Roger
State Beard was simply
Greg following his moth-
Roger er's instructions to
para- not seek medical
eb. 18, treatment for her.
iem to Family and neigh-
moth- ROGER bors said Naomi
1 Chi- BEARD Beard avoided doc-
amine tors and had sought
n paramedics medical treatment three
found Naomi times in her life. /
in a chair cov- Wilson .said that Roger
with newspa- Beard had an obligation to
oor under the provide care to her.
t her waste. "He ultimatelyhad the re-
d she had bed- sponsibility to go against her
re "you could wishes in providing medical
one" and some care," he said.
; were infested Beard, who does not have
s. She'd been a criminal history, faces a
Chair for two penalty of probation to up
months, Wilson to five years in prison. His
n't had a bath sentencing is scheduled for
Jan. 17.


ard was taken
al, but died of


See CONVICTIONS A4


Sunny Hills man

faces multiple charges


From staff reports


MARIANNA A
Sunny Hills man "
faces multiple
charges in two
counties, accord-
ing to information
from the Jackson PAT
County Sheriff's HUD
Office and the Hol-
mes County Sheriff's Of-
fice.
On Dec. 1, the Jackson
County Sheriff's Depart-
ment responded to a resi-
dential alarm at 3732 Jerry
Lane just outside of Mari-
anna. Upon arrival depu-
ties spotted a white Chev-
rolet four-door car backed
up to the front door. A


man identified as
S Patrick Hudson of
Sunny Hills was
walking from the
front door of the
residence.
Further investi-
gation determined
RICK that Hudson had
SON forced his way into
'the residence, ac-
cording to JCSO. Hudson
was taken into custody
and during the course of
the investigation Hudson
also was charged with
stealing Christmas orna-
ments from a yard at 2373
Fairview Road and with
burglarizing a barn at 2265

See CHARGES A4


Dream Big, Go Far: Duty moving ahead in Hollywood


By CHRIS BEARD
Vernon Middle School Principal
LOS ANGELES, Calif. As parents
and teachers, we constantly show-
er our kids with our motivational
quotes of future aspirations and
heartfelt inspiration every single
day.
We tell them, "You can be any-
thing you want to be," "You could be
president," "Follow your dreams,"
"Don't let anything stand in your
way," "The future is yours" and
many other very repetitive words of
wisdom passed down through the
generations that seem to disperse
into thin air just as they leave our
lips and before they have the oppor-
tunity to pass through their ears and
enter their adolescent brains.
Most of the time, adults talk to
them so often that rather than lis-
tening, their selective hearing pro-
cess automatically engages and
they virtually ignore us when we're
disseminating our "wisdom." As
adults, we often wonder why they
just don't get it!
However, every once in a while
a kid comes along who just gets it.
Kohl Duty, son of Harry and Donna
Duty of Vernon, and graduate of
Vernon High School, is one of those
amazing students who set enormous -


SPECIAL TO THE WEEKENDER
Vernon High graduate Kohl Duty (left) worked as production
assistant in the visual effects department with director Roland
Emmerich, whose releases include the newly release "2012" and
the summer hit "Independence Day."


goals for himself early on in his out-
standing educational career.
Duty graduated from Gulf Coast
Community College before com-
pleting high school, which is almost
unheard of in public education. With
the support of his parents, he is now
living his dreams on various movie
sets throughout Los Angeles some
2,173 miles away from Vernon. Who
says public education can't take you
places?


Most recently, Duty has complet-
ed a year and a half of an internship
program with Sony Productions.
During this internship, Kohl had the
opportunity to work as a production
assistant in the visual effects depart-
ment with film-giant Roland Emm-
erich, who directed the newly-re-
leased movie, "2012," which debuted
with top ratings on Nov. 13.
Emmerich is well known for di-
recting many films, including "Uni-


versal Soldier," "Stargate," "Inde-
pendence Day," "Godzilla," "The
Thirteenth Floor," "The Patriot,"
"The Day After Tomorrow," "Eight-
Legged Freaks," and most recently
"10,000 B.C."
Duty was able to gain unprece-
dented experiences from this intern-
ship and he learned many valuable
life lessons in the world of cinema
from one of the greatest producers
of our generation.
In addition, Duty previously had
an opportunity to intern with Dr.
Phil at Paramount Studios and also
is interning with Celia Peck, daugh-
ter of the late Gregory Peck
These internships will allow Duty
to build his core foundation of skills,
aptitudes and expertise by assem-
bling components from his educa-
tion and experiences to perfect his
repertoire of talents in the film mak-
ing industry.
Duty attends Columbia College
Hollywood in Los Angeles where he
is pursuing his Bachelor's Degree in
Cinema and Television. He plans to
graduate in June 2010 and continue
to pursue his lifelong dream of being
a movie producer.
Congratulations, Kohl! You are
a testament to public school educa-
tion and role model to students ev-
erywhere.


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Guard against building fraud


CHIMLE The Washington
County Sheriff's Office is work-
ing several cases involving con-
tractor fraud in our area.
Sheriff Bobby Haddock ad-
vises consumers to take the time
to thoroughly check out contrac-
tors and use this checklist to en-
sure a safer contracting experi-
ence.
Be wary of contractors who
contact potential customers
door-to-door or by telephone, es-
pecially those offering bargains,
scare tactics or immediate ser-
vice.
Get at least three bids and
don't necessarily choose the low-
est bid.
Don't do business with an
unlicensed contractor. Check the
contractor's license with your lo-
cal building department.
Get a reliability report from
the Better Business Bureau at
www.bbb.org or call your local
BBB.
Insist on a written contract
that details the work to be done.
and materials used, the start and
completion dates.
Pay nothing up front or the
cost of materials as stated in the
contract.


Get and check at least three
customer references.
Customers should pay in
full only when: 1. The job is com-
plete; 2. They are satisfied; 3.
They have received a lien waiver
showing the contractor has paid
subcontractors and suppliers;
and 4. An inspector has signed
off on the job (if required).
Always keep these warning
signs in mind:
A contractor solicits at the
door, insisting there js a prob-
lem, which must be repaired
right away.
A contractor offers a bargain
price or claims to have materials
left over from another job.
A contractor requires a sub-
stantial payment in advance or
charges significantly more after
the work is completed.
An inspector appears at
your door, claiming to work for
the city or a utility company and
must come into your home to in-
spect a water heater, furnace or
backyard.
Anyone who has questions
concerning possible contractor
fraud can contact the Washing-
ton County Sheriff's Office at
638-6111.


WAUSAU CHRISTMAS PARADE


WAUSAU- The
Town of Wausau
will hold its 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 pa-
rade with goodies for
the children. Anyone
wishing .to participate
in the parade should
contact Margaret at
the Town Hall 638-
1781.
The Wausau Vol-
unteer Fire Depart-
ment 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
after the parade at the
Possum Palace. The
gun can be viewed
at King's Discount
Drugs in Chipley.
The Wausau Gar-
den Club will be sell-


SPECIAL TO THE WEEKENDER
Tractors are part of the Wausau Christmas Parade.


ing cookies and crafts
at the Possum Palace
after the Christmas
Parade.


In conjunction with
the Wausau Christmas
Parade on Dec. 12,
10 a.m. the Wausau


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39 will host a pancake
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NOTICE OF

PUBLIC HEARING

The Planning & Zoning Commission of the City of Chipley,
Florida, will conduct a public hearing at Chipley City Hall Council
Chambers, 1442 Jackson Avenue, on Thursday,. December 17,
2009 at 9:00 a.m. The purpose of this hearing is to review and
consider a land use certificate for a flea market. The purpose
is to allow the use of the proposed land area as show in the
following map to be used as an area flea market open to the
general public. The area will be used to provide a location for
vendors to sell their goods to the public. The property is part
of Radr LTD Properties. PC# 00-2218-0000, on Highway 77 at
1398 Main Street. Legal Description: SEC 9, TWN 4, RNG 13,
Washington County, Florida. Petitioner: Jerry Lee Pipkins, Jr.
The subject property is more specifically designated in the
map reflected herein:

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All citizens and interested parties are encouraged to attend
the public hearing. Any inquiries regarding the public hearing
or any person requiring special accommodations due to
disability or physical impairment, including speech or hearing
impairments, should contact the city administrator's office at
(850) 638-6350 at least three (3) business days prior to the
hearing.


Jim Lassiter
Code Enforcement Officer


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VERNON Vernon High
School Theatre depart-
ment is in full rehearsal
for the upcoming Christ-
mas production, "Stocking
Stuffers," written by Geff
Moyer. This zany show fea-
tures six separate holiday
scenes that express the joy
of the season.
All of the characters you
love and enjoy are here,
from Uncle Sam, the Easter
Bunny, Cupid, Ezekiel the
Pilgrim and Hagatha the
Witch who are envious
of the popularity of Santa
Claus and plot to overthrow
him to the baby doll who
longs to make a difference
in the world by speaking her
mind rather than the redun-
dant phrase she is fated to
utter.
You'll meet Donner and
Blitzen, who have been ex-
ercising during the off-sea-
son because they are tired
of bringing up the rear of the
pack Laughs will abound
during the trial of the rein-

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


CHIPLEYPAPER.COM


SPECIAL TO THE WEEKENDER
The cast of "Stocking Stuffers" prepares for their


upcoming performances.
deer that ran over Grandma
with the entrance of Scrooge
as the prosecuting attorney.
Performances are sched-
uled for Friday, Dec. 11 and
Saturday, Dec. 12 at 7. p.m.
each night in the school
theatre. Tickets are $5 for
adults, $4 for students. Chil-


dren three years and under
will be admitted free.
Advanced seating is avail-
able and recommended. To
reserve seats and purchase
tickets, please contact Jill
CookatVHS either byphone,
535-2046 extension 1402 or e-
mail at cookjl@firn.edu.


Woman's Club of Chipley 2009 Tour of Homes


The stage is set for


'Stocking Stuffers' at VHS


features red club chairs
and a red sofa.
465 BAHOMA ROAD
- The two-story home of
Mike and Jackie Redfield
sits at the end of a long
driveway with a beautiful
view. Inside there are
nine trees, four of which
have themes of Woodland,
Mary Englebreit,
University of Kansas
colors and the beach.
260 HADLEY LANE
- The home of Donnie *
and Trish Duce was
built in 2001 and sits
on five acres at one of
the highest points in
Washington County. A-
'Mother-in-Law' addition,


now a guest wing, was
completed in 2004.
224-A HIGHWAY 273
- This 2,500 square
foot home belongs to
Kenneth and Janice
Adkison and was built
in 2006. It is nestled in a
country setting among
pecan trees on a hill. The
home site is the former
Martin Vanderwerf Dairy
property.

A photo gallery of the
homes is available at
chipleypaper.com and
additional information
is available at www.
ChipleyWomensClub.
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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
TO TRANSMIT THE DRAFT EAR-BASED
AMENDMENTS AND REVISIONS FOR THE
WASHINGTON COUNTY COMPREHENSIVE
PLAN TO DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY
AFFAIRS FOR INITIAL REVIEW

Pursuant to Florida Statutes, the Washington County Planning
Commission will conduct a public hearing at the County Annex Meeting
Room, located at 1331 South Boulevard, Chipley, Florida, on Thursday,
December 17, 2009,.at 1:00 p.m., or as soon thereafter as possible.
The purpose of this hearing is to ensure that the issue is heard for
the transmittal of the proposed EAR-Based amendments and other
revisions to the Comprehensive Plan for Planning Horizon 20101
2020 for the area shown within the map in this advertisement (the
unincorporated portion of Washington County, and the municipalities of
Caryville, Ebro, Vernon, and Wausau) to the Department of Community
Affairs for initial review and comments. Amendment 2009-2A involves
changing/updating the Comprehensive Plan. based off of the Evaluation
and Appraisal Report (EAR) for unincorporated Washington County,
the municipalities of Caryville, Ebro, Vernon, and Wausau, with public
hearings for the Washington County Planning Commission and the
municipalities previously conducted.


The proposed changes to the Comprehensive Plan are
review at the Washington County Planning Office at
Boulevard, Suite 209,
Chipley, Florida, or at '
the Town Halls, as listed '-
above. The changes
are also available at '"
www.washingtonfl.com.


available for
1331 South


The purpose of the
Public Hearings is to
receive comments and
make decisions regarding
the above matter. All
interested members of
the public are encouraged
to attend. Public hearings
may be continued from
time to time as may be
necessary.


Pursuant to the provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act,
any person requiring special accommodations to participate in these
meetings is asked to advise the County 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 that for such purpose, he or she may
need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made,
which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the
appeal is based." FS286.0105


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S2222 JOY ROAD The
home of Joy Everitt was
built in 1978 and since
that time the family has
accumulated much. Joy
likes to center decorating
her home around the
birth of the Lord Jesus
Christ.
930 MAIN STREET
- This home is a vintage
2,343 square foot brick
bungalow with hardwood.
floors. Entering the
glassed front porch,
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Saturday, December 5, 2009


Kiwanis visited by Chipley High School Vocal Ensemble


CHIPLEY During the
weekly club luncheon on
Nov. 24, Kiwanis mem-
bers were entertained by
the Chipley High School
Vocal Ensemble with a
selection of songs from
their recently completed
Fall Show. Kristi Hinson,
Drama Teacher at CHS
and coach for the group,
pointed out that the group
was newly formed this
school year and has devel-
oped rapidly through the
hard work of the students.
While the group has 20
members, only 16 were
available at the meeting
as four members were on
a trip with the award-win-
ning CHS Band.


CHS has developed
an innovative approach
to providing musical and
theatre courses for stu-
dents by combining vo-
cal and theatre classes to
become the Musical The-
atre Department. As part
of the CHS Drama Club
Summer Program, sev-
eral members of the Vocal
Ensemble performed at
the highly successful Ki-
wanis Dinner Theatre in
late August.
Featured performers
at the luncheon were Han-
nah Young, Luke Hinson,
Christian Dominguez,
Joni Barfield, Leah Page
and Alison Bunge, who
formed duets and trios to


SPECIAL TO THE WEEKENDER
The Chipley High School Vocal Ensetnble was on
hand recently at the Kiwanis Club meeting.
take the lead with the re- from within the group. The
mainder of the group as group was accompanied
backup chorus on some by recorded music, except
songs. On other songs, the for one song when Larry
solo role was performed Hinson'played the piano


available in the room.
Arrangements for the
program were made by
Rev. Price Wilson in his
role as Chair, Kiwanis
Spiritual Aims Committee,
as a special treat to mark
the Thanksgiving celebra-
tion. The Vocal Ensemble
members wdre energetic
in their performance and
were rewarded with en-
thusiastic applause and
much toe-tapping by the
Kiwanians.
The Kiwanis Club of
Chipley has beenproviding
support to youth oriented
events and- programs for
68 years and last year sup-
ported 36 organizations
throughout the county.


The club meets Tuesdays
at Pattillo's Restaurant in
the middle of the Wash-
ington-Holmes County
Technical Center (WHTC)
at noon.
For an invitation to
lunch, contact any Kiwan-
ian or call Mark Collins,
Membership Chairperson,
at 850-258-9453.
Today's meeting
marked the end of the
sales campaign for the an-
nual Holiday Fruit Sale,
and the orders will be
delivered to buyers about
Dec. 16 or 17.
For more information
about the Kiwanis Club
of Chipley, visit www.Chi-
pleyKiwanis.com.


BRIDGE from page Al


with great celebration and
was named for Colonel
A. W. Weeks, a political
agitator, colorful lawyer
and leader of the Populist
Party," said the article.
"Weeks served in the
Florida Legislature, and
once was an unsuccessful
candidate for governor;
he was elected to office in
both Washington and Hol-
mes Counties."
According to the article
he was "an advocate of
good roads" and died before
the bridge was finished.


"The new highway and
bridge were completed
at an auspicious time as
they had provided the
military with an impor-
tant transportation artery
during World War II," the
article read. "The system
improved travel for local
residents, farmers and
businessmen, and out-
of-state vacationers for
years to come and by 2010,
a modern four-lane route
will replace the two-lane
road and the old Weeks
Bridge."


Florida Highway Patrol will
conduct driver license and ve-
hicle inspection checkpoints
during the month of November
on the roadways listed below in
Holmes, Jackson and Washing-
ton counties.
Recognizing the danger
presented to the public by
defective vehicle equipment,
troopers will concentrate their
efforts on vehicles being op-
erated with defects such as
bad brakes, worn tires and
defective lighting equipment.
In addition, attention will be
directed to drivers who would


violate the driver license laws
of Florida.
Officers will be on State
Roads No.2,10.69,71,73,77,79,
81,273, 276, 277, and 286 during
the month.
County ioads with inspec-
tion points include No. 69A, 162,
164, 165, 165A, 167, 169, 173 177,
177A, 179, 181,185,271,276,279,
280,284, and Snow Hill Road.
The Patrol has found these
checkpoints to be an effective
means of enforcing the equip-
ment and driver license laws
of Florida while ensuring the
protection of all motorists.


CHARGES from page Al
Tharps Road west of Cottondale according
to authorities. Hudson is charged in Jack-
son County with two counts of burglary,
one count of grand theft and theft.
The Holmes County Sheriff's Office
was notified and sent investigators to in-
terview Hudson. As a result the Holmes*
County Sheriff's Office believes it should
be able clear up several burglaries in
Holmes County. Lt. Harry Hamilton of
the Holmes County Sheriff's Office said
Wednesday that investigators have inter-
viewed Hudson and searched his Sunny
Hills residence for stolen property. Ham-
ilton said that warrants on Holmes County
charges should be issued in the next few
days.


CONVICTIONS from page Al


David Lee Hall, 62, of
Bay County, was convicted
as charged of armed bur-
glary with a firearm, ag-
gravated assault with a
firearm and violation of a
domestic violence injunc-
tion on Monday. He faces 10
years to life in prison when,
he's sentenced Dec. 21.
Wilson played for ju-
rors a 12-minute recording
of a 911 call in which Hall
is heard struggling'with
his wife and her niece on
Aug. 30, 2008. According
to trial testimony, Hall was
being held in jail for alleg-
edly.choking Barbara Hall
on July 9, 2008. He posted
bond on Aug. 30, 2008, and
went to his wife's house
that night. He kicked in the
backdoor,breaking through
two deadbolt locks, before
arming himself with a shot-
gun and awaiting Barbara
Hall's return from bingo.
Barbara Hall, who was
terrified of her husband,
returned home with her
niece, Crystal Vander-
shaaf, 23, and asked that
Vandershaaf wait outside
while .Barbara Hall went
inside. If everything was
clear, Barbara Hall was go-,


ing to flick the porch light
on ard off. Vandershaaf
waited several minutes
and when the light didn't
flicker, she looked inside
and saw David Hall con-
fronting Barbara Hall.
Vandershaaf took a
cordless phone and called
911 from a bathroom,
but heard Barbara Hall
screaming and left the line
connected as she went to
her aid. Wilson said Da-
vid Hall was brandishing
the shotgun. Vandershaaf.
snatched the gun away
and ordered him to sit on
the couch. But David Hall
got the gun away from her.
and a fight over the weap-
on ensued with the gun
discharging once into the
ceiling.
"They stood there in
shock for 30 seconds," Wil-
son said of Vandershaaf
and Hall's reaction to the
shotgun blast. They re-
sumed fighting over the
shotgun, which lasted until
deputies arrived.
"Crystal is trying to hold
him down and he's trying
to get to Barbara," Wilson
said. "Crystal is punch-
ing him with one hand and


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Even after deputies ar-


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until'Barbara Hall took it
out of the room.
Jurors deliberated for


nine minutes Monday af-
ternoon before convicting
Hall of the charges.


SAY WHAT?
Development planned for Sunny Hills drew
considerable comment...

Amenities is the key but NOT in the
form of a club house or a pool. A commer-
cial plaza with a grocery anchor would
do the area wonders. The developer
needs to get involved politically too if they
want any chance at success. Just look at
Sunny Hills, thanks to a crippled old Yan-
kee, they have a pretend fire department
now. That's something to be proud of.
-Don't live there

There's a sucker born every minute.
Greg Lee


)JIA L Deltona is not a developer. To be a
developer, you have to develop the prop-
Miller and erty. Deltona is just a sales office, nothing
LeMieux more. They have one of the best rackets
current is- going in this County. They ship in minori-
ties from out of the area that can't afford
the inflated price of the lots, give them
ITS a tour and a free meal and do in house
financing. Once these people default on
their property loans, Deltona repos the
lot and starts the cycle all over again. So,
with a racket like that, why in the world
would they want to develop it? If Spring
S Ridge follows the same path, the people of
Washington County can expect the same
result, no growth and a small contingent of
bitter old people living in the area buying
sports are our less than qualified politicians.
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Local BRIEFS


Mature Driving Class
Washington County
Council on Aging and AARP
are co-sponsoring a mature
driving class for individuals
ages 50 and over on Dec. 12
from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. This
eight-hour course is devel-
oped especially for the senior
driver and will be held at the
Ester Lodge in Bonifay on
the corner of Michigan and
Tracy Street.
This National Safety
Council Course reviews ba-
sic driving knowledge, new
traffic laws and introduces
techniques to help offset the
effects of the aging process
on driver performance. It is
Geared to your safety needs
and helping to compensate
for age related changes.
This mature driving course
is approved by the DHSMV
for a three-year insurance
premium reduction.
There is no testing and
only a minimal course fee of
$12 for members, and $14 for
non-AARP members. Please
enroll by calling Debra at
the Washington Co. Council
on Aging at 638-6217.


Caryville F.D.
Turkey Shoot
Caryville Fire Depart-
ment, Turkey Shoot is
planned for Dec. 19 start-
ing at 10 a.m. beside the
Caryville Town Hall on Hwy.
90 West. Shots are $3 each
for 12/16/20/410 gauge shells
and will be furnished. All
ages welcome. Shooting for
turkey, ham and oysters.

Vernon F.D.
Turkey Shoot
VERNON Vernon Volun-
teer Fire Department will
host Turkey shoots each
Saturday at 5 p.m. through
Dec. 21. Shots are $3 each;
12/16/20/410 shells will. be
furnished. All proceeds go
to Vernon VFD. Prizes in-
clude turkeys and hams.
For information'call Shaun,
Sanders at 850-258-7265.

Suspect sought
MARIANNA Jackson
County Sheriff's office re-
ports that on Dec. 2 they
*were notified that a 1994


white 1994 Ford L8000
"boom crane" truck and
had been towed from the
Pilot Travel Center on
State Road 71 at the 1-10
interchange. According
to the Pilot Travel Center
staff the truck and been in
parked in the rear of their
lot for several weeks prior
to being towed.
The towing company
'notified the Sheriff's Of-
fice in an attempt to locate
the owner of the boom
truck. The license plate
was checked through the
Florida Crime Information
center and found the ve-
hicle was reported stolen
Oct. 6, 2009. The truck is
valued at $34,000 and is be-
ing processed for evidence
and will be returned to RSD
Construction Company.
There are no known,
suspects at this time and
the investigation is on go-
ing. Anyone with informa-
tion concerning this case is
urged to contact the Jack-
son County Sheriff's Office
at 482-9648 or Crimestop-
pers at 526-5000.


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DOTHAN Find unique
Christmas gifts from Arts
and Crafts vendors at
Landmark Park's Victori-
an Christmas, the annual
open house held on Dec. 13
from 1-4 p.m.
Arts and craft vendors


with original works are
invited to register to at-
tend Victorian Christmas.
Booth space is $30. Last
year's event brought out
nearly 2,000 visitors to
Landmark Park.
' Holiday desserts made


from turn-of-the-century
recipes will be available
to sample in the Waddell,
House. In addition to des-
serts, enjoy holiday mu-.
sic, ornament making, a
Christmas message from
a circuit riding preacher,
a holiday cooking demon-


station, hot chocolate and
mulled cider, wagon rides
and more.
The Shelley General
Store and Martin Drug.
Store will also be open with
seasonal items and unique
gift ideas for sale.
This annual open house


is Landmark Park's way
of saying thank you to the
community for its support
during the year.
Admission to Victorian
Christmas is free for every-
one. Visitors are encour-
aged to bring a nonperish-
able food item for donation


to the Wiregrass United
Way Food Bank. Victorian
Christmas is sponsored by
HIS Radio 94.3 FM.
For more information
or to register to be an arts
and crafts vendor, call
Landmark Park at 334-794-
3452.


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VERNON Recently, third grade students at Vernon Elementary School
had an unusual visitor, an alligator. The creature did not warder onto
the campus alone; he was accompanied by Warren Walsingham,
Wildlife Officer whose son Winston is in Mrs. Sawyer's class. Officer
Walsingham shared facts about his swampy friend and also safety tips
about alligators and other wildlife. Students were given the opportunity
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NASCAR


Saturday, December 5, 2009


1%APit


Weekend Derby Schedule


Saturday, Dec. 5
8:00 am Pits open
9:00 am Drivers Meeting
10:00 am Grandstand opens
10:00 am SnowFlake Pro LM Practice
'11:30 pm Snowball SLM Practice
Snowflake PLM cars to Pre-Qualifying Tech
2:00 pm Snowflake 100 Qualifying (Lock in top 30)
4:00 pm Snowball Qualifier (50 laps Transfer 4)
5:00 pm Snowflake Qualifier #1 (25 laps transfer 2)
Snowflake Qualifier #2 (25 laps transfer 2)
6:45 pm Pre Race Festivities
7:00 pm Allen Turner Snpwflake 100 Green laps

Sunday, Dec. 6
9:00 am Pits open; Haulers parade to parking lot
9:30 am Drivers meeting
10:00 am Worship service on stage
Snowball Cars to pre-race Tech
'Impound on pit lane
12 noon Engine warm ups
Cars to starting grid on track
1:00 pm Pre Race festivities
1:05 pm Drivers Intro on stage
1:50 pm National Anthem & Prayer
2:00 pm 42nd Snowball Derby 300


Bill Gamblin I Press Gazette
2004 Snowball Derby Champion Steve Wallace talks
with Cat Country's Brent Lane during the Green Flag
Party Wednesday night at Five Flags Speedway. The for-
mer Snowball Champion is looking for title number two
after a string of second place finishes since winning the
title.

Wallace is excited about


2010 season
By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgozette.com

For the son of forme:
NASCAR Champion an
ESPN commentator Rusty
Wallace things are getting
better on and off the track.
After posting a career
best seventh place finish in
the Nationwide Series stand
ings, Steve Wallace is look
ing to his first year driving
Toyota.
"I am looking forward to
next season coming off the
2009 season we had,'
Wallace said. "We had ar
absolutely good relationship
With Chevy, but with the way
things are with the engineer.
ing help and such Toyota
was the best deal for us."
But 2009 not only paic
off well on the track, the suc-
cesses paid dividens for whai
is a very competitive racing
family.
"This past year has beer
the easiest for me when ii
comes to driving for my


n with Toyota
father," Wallace said. "We
have run good all year
except for a couple of down
r times.
d "Before this year there
y were times we were at each
g others throats.'"
While preparing for 2010
r rumors are circulating that
n Rusty Wallace Racing may
-have only one sponsor.
The younger Wallace did-
a n't know much about the
sponsor situation, but did
D shed some light on the mat-
Ster.
"My dad is gone all the
Time and working hard to get
p the dollars to support the
Steam," Steve said. "Take a
- team with names like Rusty
SWallace, Robert Yates, Jack
Roush, Richard Petty and the
Struggles they are going
-through to get and keep
sponsors.
"At the end of the day I
might not see it as a racer,
Sbut I do understand what is
t going on with the big pic-
ture."


St.,n


Bill Gamblin I Press Gazette
Kyle Busch is seen Wednesday night climbing inside his car during technical inspection in preparation for the
42nd Annual SnowBall Derby. The derby, which will be contested this weekend, has a storied history with
NASCAR drivers competing in the event and some like Pete Hamilton, Darrell Waltrip, Donnie Allison, Jody Ridley,
Ted Musgrave, Rick Crawford, Rich Bickle, Tammy Jo Kirk, Jeff Purvis, and Steven Wallace laying claim to the title.
By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazette.com


Kyle Busch is nof home
sick this week.
He is doing what he loves
,which is racing.
While Jimmie Johnson is
in Busch's hometown of Las
Vegas accepting his fourth
consecutive Sprint Cup
Series title, Busch is looking
for his first Snowball Derby
title.
"I hope the third time is
the charm," said Busch, who
is the 2009 Nationwide-
Series Champion. "I would.
like to just. finish one of
these races.
"Anybody here is capable
of winning this race which
draws the best of the best."
This week is also a way
for Busch to give back to the
small tracks, which is the
roots of racing.
"I enjoy coming out and
giving back to the local short
tracks," Busch said. "There
are a lot of drivers, especial-
ly young drivers, who could


Bill Gamblin I Press Gazette
Crew members work on Kyle Busch's Super Late Model Wednesday before technical
inspection in preparation for the 42nd Annual SnowBall Derby at Five Flags
Speedway. This will be the third time the 2009-Nationwide Series Champion has
gone for the Snowball Derby title.


walk away with the title.
This week is not a guarantee.
"But we are here to have
fun and win a race at the
same time."


Bill Gamblin I Press Gazette
Pensacola's Johanna Long is one of the drivers Kyle'
Busch feels has a chance to contend for the Snowball
Derby Title and is one of the 'up and coming' drivers to
watch in the 42nd Snowball Derby.


Some of the younger
drivers and talent which
Busch is looking out for
includes Cale Gale, who was
working earlierthis season
with Kevin Harvick, Inc.,
and local talent and current
Super Late Model champion
at Five Flags Speedway
Johanna Long.
"Cale is a good kid with a
lot of talent," Busch said.
"And Johanna is good and
she has a good crew chief in
Freddie.
"This is not a field you
will come in and just walk
over because you also have
drivers like Augie Grill,
Eddie Mercer, and others
who are veterans in the
series and definitely know
their way around this track
as well."
Busch has earned a small
reputation for testing the
limits of the rule book for


the derby and at the same
time has run afoul of the
technical inspectors on more
than one occasion, which is
why he has never finished a
race since he started coming
to Pensacola.
"The first thing we have
to do is make it through
tech," Busch said. "This is
their version of NASCAR's
Room of Doom.
"Here we are trying to
fudge every eighth of an
inch possible to get an
advantage and have the
fastest car. Sometimes that
fudge can turn into a half
and inch and then there are
issues, but we all are trying
to do what we can to put the
best car out there possible in
hopes of winning the race."
The key for Busch at this
event or any other event is
having fun and doing what
he loves, which is racing.


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-o eE WITNESS MY HAND and COUNTY, FLORIDA December 5,9,16,2009. Suite 400- Rides start at Sat 9-5 & Sun 10-5. At-
the seal of this Court on CIVIL COURT DIVISION Chipley FL 32428 l old train depo. lanta Expo Center.
S 110 November 23, 2009. o CASE NO. 67-09-CA-220 NOTICE OF PUBLIC As published inthe Wash- Hornaday 366 Shotshell For ipfo call (3650 Jonesboro Rd
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT inda H. Cook HEARING FOR RE- ington County News De- rel 3140 oader. Nw Never 548-4720. SE). Buy-Sell-Trade.
OF THEC T k ohercuCourt THE DELTONA CORPO- QUESTS FOR DEVELOP- cmber5,9,2009. Baby Items for sale; used! $400 OBO Call. Over 1000 Tablesl Na-
JUDICL CIRCUITN By: J.C. Rogers RATION,a Delaware corpo- MENT ORDER EXTEN- bouncer, swing, jumper 850-276-6937 tonal Arms Show Info:
JUDICIFOR WASHIIINGTON DeputyiClerk ration SIONS lots of little boy clothes. (563)927-8176
FOR WASHINGTON Publish in WASHINGTON Plaintiff, Cal 850-547-3049 Elliot Pecans
COUNTY FLORIDA COUNTY NEWS vs. Pursuant to the Washing- 1110 850- Elliot Pecans
CIVILACTION Puruan oo th Wsin-110EliUFYNtASYL Pecans
CIVIL ACTIONASE N. Invoice To: Rorida Defaut TRUFYN V erSYL on tpn County Land Devel- OR EL 3270 For Sale! Cracked or shel-
SLaw Group, RL. An Unmarried Person opment Code, the Wash- cECOLOR SELLS!- R led 638-7810 Chipley, FL ,
DS T6-CA- O Bo25018 F a Defendants. ington County Board of Get Your Classiied Ad (o31 e S OR E ELR
DVSION Ta Fl County Commissioners In I 10 THE I
L DFAR BAUHCA33622-5018 NOTICEOFACT1iN blow n o inu ih eor Metal Roofing Tax
e s 33622-5018 NO TIcE OF ACION will conduct a Public Hear- I COLOR!. Mt ofu a I .BEAD GARDEN 114 N. IT-
NWEL FARsOF0800ble9575 NMNC-FNMA i TO:TRUFYN VASYL, inl, on Thursday, Decem- Call now fordetails Credit! 40 yr Warranty. WAUKESHA ST
A., As published n the Wash- whose last known address br 17, 209, at 1:00 p.m., and be noced I Direct from manufac- I WAUKESHA T50-844616
Plaintiffington County News No- is 5116 ROCK RUN, WEST or as soon thereafter a 638-0212 turer 30 colors in 61
Svs. member 28, December 5, BLOOMFiEL, MI 48 if le, in the a is t or, stock, Quick turns-..a- y a
THE UNKNOWN HEIRS, 2009cinTB lGO ivu, ofd ,thein possible, in ths e Countyae ormvc k O uew dick ta-
Cousent ynt ida. propr hav round. Delivery avails- WHO OWNS THIS BOACl
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DEVISEES, GRANTEES, known spouse, heirs, devi- Room, 1331 South -Boule- ,. -- GulfCoastLPPl YReward offered leading to
ASSIGNEES, LIENORS IN THE CIRCUIT COURT sees, grantees, creditors cad, 1Cle Fl3 a o ruth Boue- A & Manufacturing, 3280-- information to the owner of
CREDITORS TRUST S he irs dv sees, grantees, o a reE erk RA c le 1proides E e P(888)39-0335 w lAR CAGLE- L this boat. Remain anony- 4100
CREDITORS TRUSTEES, OF THE FOURTEENTH or other parties claiming provide information and to guifcoastsup (88 5 ww. r this boat. Remain anony 4
CLAIMING BY, THR JUDICIAL CIRCUIT INAND by, through, under or solicit public comment on 1120 gucoa cm I If you need to ms.Call850-258-9248
CLMING BTHROUGHS FOR WASHINGTON against them and all other two separate requests for Advertise in Over 100 c tbuy or se;. : I
RICKABA CIVIL COURT DIVISION title or in teret in the rea sions, due to lack of eco- Florida. Advertising 32010 i Dozers, Ladercon- ,e a re dd ona l
RICKABAUGH A A CASE NO. 67-09CA-222 property described below. nomic stimuli. The two de- Networks of Florida, Fire Wood. Seasoned. I Contact i i martin
DECEASED, et a, THE DELTONA CORPO- YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-velopments requesting a Put us to work for Youl $6000 forfullhaf cord. cagle eup- 3310oo Tr-County Community
nd ntH NOTION development order exten- (866) 742d-1373 Wdll deliver. 638-8569. ment. com eCouncil, Inc
Defendantss. RATION, FlED that an action to fore- sion are Sunny Hills Unit www.florida-cassifieds.co ce:85- is accepting
NOTICE OF FORECLO- a Delaware corporation close a mortgage on the 25 (Parcel ID Numbers m For Sale: firewood, will de- . MUSIC LESSONS; Pano appicatons fo
SURNOTICE IS HEREBY Washington County, Flor- and 3393-0000), a AUCTION Santa Rosa Center Assistant
NOTICE IS HEREBY LENORE BALGOBIN, An ida: of eb n s County i850-547 0131 h Bajo, Madolin,- Vithed
GIVEN pursuant toaFinal Unmarried Person 253-acre parcel located County, Florida, De- Banjo, Mandolin, ViolinMusic Head, Staforthe
Judgment of Mortgage B nothofSunnyHillsoule- cmber 12,B Saturday, f n3300 We buy used musical in-u pe r
Foreclosure dated No- married Person SUNNY HILLS UNIT NINE- ttes Phase I (Parcel ID Golf & Racquet Club 3220 3 Ton Heating unit Cool struments. Downtown Responsibility:
member 23 2009 and en- Defendants. TEEN, according to the Number 0458-0000), a Milton, FL.66 Beautiful air, gas heat in good con- Chipley. 8506385050 Primary responsibility is
tOr67ed in C as-1 e lNo. -s Plat thereof, as recordcl in 61-acre parcel located Lots 20 Lots will sell B&B Furniture. We buy & edition. Make Offer. Nice to maintain clean
67-2008-CA-02 of the Cir- NOTICEOFACTION lat Book 3, at Pages65 northofStateRoute20, on ABSOLUTE: Gated sell clean quality fumiture. entertainment center, center. Assist teacher in







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cut Court of the FOUR- TOLENORE BALGOBIN through 79, of the Public the west side of State Community, Club- Our new bedding is back. wood heater all all activities as needed.
TEENTH Judicial Circuit in and KERRY BALGOBIN, Records of Washington Route 77. Both of these house, Pool, Tennis Check out our great 638-4266.o Minimum
and for WASHINGTON whose last known resi- County, Forida. proeres have been a- Cours, W rout C ces. 4 6 ori Qualification :
County, Florida wherein dance is 104-14 16TH properties have been a Cours, Workout Cn- prices. 415-6866 o Airlines are hring, 33 High School (GED)
ANforded relief as provided ter. Walking distance to 850-557-0211. Trainfor high paying 13 months related
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T UKNOWN HER 11419, if alive, and if dead, serve a copy of your writ, under the rule provided for formation (205)22 Career. FAA approved MAPHIS TREE Must have Current
DEVISEES, GRANTEES, their unknown spouse, ten defenses, if any, to it in Article 6.01.3..4 A- 4229 Redmont Auction 3230 program. Financial aidAR AND










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ASSIGNEES, LIENORS, heirs devisees, grantees, on Charles E. B erk, cA., cle 10.02.05.B. provides Eddie Propst AU2051 2FamllyYard Sale;Friday available, CALL Avi- NURSERY. proper vehicle
RS, o th s 5056, Ocala, further relief through the Bob Vagi Auctioneers 4th & Saturday 6th, 2964 tion Institue of Mainte- Misu covmy wh hea
LIMImNGn gO THR GH, editors Mb209 Fridays 34 4 7, andfil4 ue the4erba i ecoro b d nt nev RE comply with health
SOTHER CLAIMT claiming by, through, un- Floida34478, and filethe publichearingprocess be- & Realty, Inc. A177 and2946 Sandpath Road, nance(888)3495387 CHRISTMAS TREES; and background
CLAIMING THROUGH, der or against them and all original with the Clerk of fore the Washington AU331 Bonifay. Yard tools, gener- Choose and cut. Potted. screening.
UNDER, OR AGAINST, other persons claiming the above styled Court no County Board of County ators miter i PLANS Being
MARYING CA ROLD N at, Oaa g htleoUrinteatrk d afro the se Santa visits For additional
any ight, title or interest in later than 30 days from the Commissioners. The pur- dows, doors, ladders, new Held up by the Econ- Dec. 12, from 10-2. information and
RICKABASGH ARKDA the real property described date of the first publication pose of the Public Hearing and Osed clothes, kitchen omy? Turn Court Set- Fruit Trees/Citrus Trees. qualifications call
CAROLYN RICKABAUGH, below of this notice of action; is to receive comments 7 items, new dish sets, tlement, Annuity, or Many varieties to Bridgett Cassiday,
N otherwise a default will be and make a decision re Found, young black & home decorations. Much Lottery Winnings into choosefrom. Office Assistant
HE ESAE AR YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI- enteredagainstyouforthe guarding the above matter brownfemale dog, Old Mill Much More. 850-47-9546 the Cash You Need. Wreaths, (850) 547-3689.








IEDthatanactiontofore- relief demanded in the We s
CAROLYN RICKABAUGH FED that an action to fore- relief demanded in the All interested members of Rd near Hwy 77. Call Cd l Chris Arrangements, Applications may be
A/A CAROLYN sa close a mortgage on the Complaint filed herein, the public are encouraged 638-7663 for more info. 3-Family Garage Sale, (816)582-1193 or Gifts obtained from any
AKA" A ROLY-following property ings Saturday, 8a.m./until. New chris@yourcashout.com Maphis Tree Farm Tri-County Community
CAA Washington County, Flor- WITNESS my hand and may be continued from items, old items, oxmas _______S_
CE AS ; ANY AND ALL ida: the Seal of this Court, this time to time as may be items,come see. Someth- For Sale. Jazzy Handicap & Nursery, Council, offices and
N TH H Lo o o 23 day of November, 2009. neessar g everyone 3964 ate, Electric Chair. Runs good. 850-638-8243. submitted by
NDE Y, OAND AGA T Documentation regarding Pond Road, Vernon Also, outdoor antenna for Located 3 miles South December 14, 009
UNDER, AND AGAINST SUNNY HILLS UNIT LINDA HAYES COOK, the developments and the Barn& Yard, Sale. Dec. hose,0 $75638 .002 betweCall of CHill Hwyff Orat Successful applicant will
EIN AED IN FOUR, according to the CLERKOFTHE COURT house $5 .eSmn850-638-4002 between Ca ---f I ll f C e of O g at3 l0
DVDUAL DEFENDANT(S) acordOU development order exten- 10,11,12., lOam-3pm. 900AM and 9:00PM. 814 Rattlebox Rd. be subject to
DWHO ARE NOT KNOWN Plat thereof, asrecordedin WASHINGTON COUNTY, sions is available for re- Some tools, log chains, And at pr-employmentdrug
TO BE DEAD OR AVE, through 54, of the Public As Deputy C. Roger view at the Washington misc items. 1296 Laney Get Dish -FREE 1187 Main St. test.
WHETHER SAID UN- Records of Washington CHARLES E. BERK, ESQ coted at i33 o 331.. Rd., Chipley. 638-1272. Installetion-$19.99/mo in Chipley, FL. EQUAL OPPORTUNITY
WHETHE SAID U-Records of Washington CHARLES E. BERK,ES. cated at 1331 South 3 ^9A"MA Rd., py .
KNOWN PARTIES MAY 2100ey Ru O. ox 6 BtHBO & Showtime 850-638-7373. EMPLOYER AND
CLAIM AN INTEREST AS County Florida P 0. Box 056 Boulevard, Chipley, Flor- 210- Pes n Biggest Yard Sale in E FREE-Over 50 HD www.maphistreefarm DRUG AND SMOKE
Scala, Florida 34478 2110 Pals: Free to FREE-Over 50 HD www.maphistreefarm DRUG AND SMOKE
SPOUSES, HEIRS, DEVI has been fled against you ida. GOd Home FL, Saturday, 12/5, from Channels FREE Lowest .com FREE WORKPLACE.
SEOES, GRANTEES OR (352)6291155 Pursudnt to the provisions 2120 Pet Supplies 7:00 till, 'A/4 mile West of 79 Prices-No Equipment
OTHERE CLAIMANTS; and you are required-to As published in the Wash- of the Americans with Dis- 2130 Farm Animals/ on Hwy 2. Outdoor equip to Buyl Call Now for full
UNITED STATES OFserve a copy of your writ- ington County News No- abilities Act, any person Supplies ment, lots of glassware,t allf CLASSIFIED AD
AMERIcANT TBEHALF OF ten defenses, if any, to it vember 28, December 5, requiring special accom- 2140- Pets/Llvestock plus size & chil Details- (87)416-0191
AMEICONBE L OF on Charles E. Bark, Esq., 2009. modations to participate in2150 etMemorlas clothing. Furniture home Wanted to Rent;
HOUSING AND URBAN Box5Pl056 Ocala,tFL 34478 these meetings is asked to furnishings, knick-knacks, DEADLINES
DEVELOPMENT; are the and file the original with LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT advise the County at shoes, purses. Bargains Farm land or pasture in
Defendants, I will sell to thfile Clerk original with 850638-6200 at least 48 Galore!! Chipley, Vernon, Deadline for classified ads
thehigesands, bewill sell to bid-Cle of the above .Graceville, Bonifay area.
the highest and best bid- styled Court no later than The Washington County hours before the meeting. 2130 Garage Sale: Saturday, 850-718-1859. i s Monday at 12 Noon for
der for cash at FRONT 30 days from the date of District School Board is "If any person decides to Hay Argentine Bahai 4x5 12/5, 7-12 (noon), Multi
T Othe first publication of this accepting bids for the Dis- appeal any decision made rolls. Three or more, $22 Family sale, clothes, home Wanted: Junk appliances, the Wednesday papers and
COURTH COUSE atnotice of action; otherwise trict Groundskeeping Con- by the board, agency, or per roll. 11 miles north of decor, new gifts. Follow lawn-mowers, farm and
COURTHOUSE at default will be entered tract, commission, with respect Bonifay on Hwy 173. signsto 779Gilbert Drive. garden equipment, golf Thursday at 12 Noon for the
11:00AM,on the2tdayof against you for the relief Bid forms and specifica- to any matter considered 850-638-6951. carts, satellites for free.
December, 2009, the fol- demanded in the Coin- tions may be picked up at at such meeting or hear- Huge, Yard Sale! 2335 will pick up. Call Saturday Weekend Edition.
lowing described property plaint filed herein, the Superintendent's Of- ing, he or she will need a Wanted: Fence post, Westwood Dr, Alford, off 850-647-0086
as set forth in said Final fice, 652 Third Street, record of the proceedings, fence wire, barb wire & Alford Highway. You name
Judgment: WTNESS my hand and Chipley, Florida, 32428, and that for such purpose, guard donkey. Call it we got itil Even Holiday
LOT 4, BLOCK C, OF UNT th Sea of ths Court, hi any time Monday hough he or she may need to en- 850-212-6964 decorations, gifts, some
ADDITION TO THE CITY p m. of the proceedings is price tags still oni 7a.m.
OF CHIPLEY, FLORIND, A HAYES COOK Bids are to be sealed and made, which record in- until?
BEING LOCATED IN THE CLERKoFTHE COURT marked for District cludes the testimony and
NORTHEAST QUARTER WASHINGTON COUNTY, Groundskeeping Contract, evidence upon which the 3 Family yard on Hwy
OF SECTION 8, TOWN- FLORDABid #09-02, and delivered appeal is based." FS 177A, 8:00 till 2:00. Lots of

cember 5, 2009 MERCHANDISE LARGE ABANDONED
________ GOODS SALE: Uke a big
3100 -Antiques Flea Market, but with yard
THE WASHINGTON COUNTY 3110 -Appliances sale prices. SHOP FOR .a.. ,
JOB DONE!I BOARD OF COUNTY 3120-Arts&Crafts CHRISTMAS; LOTS OF
3140 -Baby Items CHRISTMAS TREES. Fri-
mm NOTICE OF PUBLIC 3150 O iding Suppi day and Saturday, Decem-
Call one of our HEARING 3160-Business bar 4th & 5th, 2009.
"'ad-visors'" a nd put the The Washington County 3170 Collectibles on the bypass (Maple C&C Bookkeeping and delivered or install ed. Cen- SewingMachineandVac-
Board of Commissioners 3180 Computers Tax Sauce. Open 5 days tipede St. Augustine Bar- uum Cleaner Repair, guar-
hereby announces public 3190- Electronic Ave. Geneva, a Sees Open 5 dayA wanted service on all
3200 wood the Courthouse. a week. 8am to 5pm Ca muda. West Florida Turf
C classified to hearings to which all per- 3210- FreePassitOn ..... 850)638-1483 SOnA norenn n'e.nrenn makes and models. Free


W O R K FO R Y O U sons are invited: FDOT 3220 Furniture Moving Sale: Lots of misc i estimates. Western Auto,
W O RK FO R Y O U Utility Accommodation 3230 Garage/Yard Sales items, such as 20 inch Established 1980 216 N. Waukesha, Bonifay.
Manual and Design Stand- 3240 Guns chain saw like new. 8 foot 547-3910
ards. 3250 r Good Things to Eat pruner chain saw, cordless ______
W ASH I TO N C O U N TY ashington320- Health& Finess drill, cordless weed eater,
ASHINGTON COUNTY Washington County 3270- Jewelry/Clothing
N EW S Thursday, December 17, 3280-Machinery/ new tools, next to new Sewing MachineandVac-
2009 at 1:00 p.m. (CST) Equipment cook stove, and a large re- For Rent first in Chipley, uum Cleaner Repair, guar-
(850) 638-02 1 2 Washington Countj Gov- 3290 Medical Equipment frigerator, heavy duty Home Maintenance & Mini Warehouses. If you anteed service on all
ernmental Annex 3300 Miscellaneous washing machine all in ex- Repair. 32 years experi- don't have the room, "We makes and models. Free
H O LM ES C O U N TY 1331 South Boulevard 3310 Musical instruments cellent condition. All must ence. Call Wesley Hall @ Do" Lamar Townsend estimates. Western Auto,
Chipley FL 32428 3320 Plants & Shrubs/ sell immediately. No rea- 850-596-0850 or (850)638-4539, north of 216 N. Waukesha, Bonifay.
TI V ES-ADVERW SERIS Public participation is SO Supplies 256-201-2105.
E S -A D V E R T IS E R Public participation is so-3330-Restaurant/Hotel sonable offer refused. 256-201-2105. Townsends. 547-3910
(850) 547-94 14 limited without regard to 3340-Sporting Goods 850-638-1907 cell
3350 Tickets (Buy & Sell) 850-260-0271











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--------8 By Owner Cute and Gator Pond off Hwy. 77 1983 14X60 2BR/1BA 2004 BMW 325CI Series
Educationalose Viage Cot- For Rent/Option to Buy Waterfront 3 br, 2 ba, on Bc lean b C 2B B ba Gator Snnhills in Wa- wrnt 1 kitchen. Pry Convertible. ite wSbac
I stage openeduntil De- 3R/2BA home in Chipley, 2.7 acres on lake, no house Large corner lot ington County; Approxi- good shape. Set-up in- top, leather interior. 74,000
CHIPOLA Icamber19th,10a.m. to CH/A. Handi-cap smoking or pets, $550 mo. near middle school. 102 mately 2 acres high and clouded. $8,900. Call miles. Recent 300 mile
i COLLEGE 5p.m., Thursday, Friday equipped. Large Lot. Ref- Call (850) 835-5143 or Veneer Circle, Bonifay. dry, nextto water manage- 850-763-7780. IpcElEufl trip-33MPG. $18,500.
isrecruitingforthe I & Saturday. Christmas I erences, deposit, 1st and 585-7164 Solid rental investment or ment area, secluded,81 -Antique&Colectibles 850-209-5241.
following full-time decor/gifts, 20to 50% last. 850-547-2091 great starter home. New quiet. Price negotiable, 24X58 Doublewide, 8110 Car oll
positions. off No Credits ards plumbing, counter tops, possible owner financing. 4BR/2BA. Home has new 8120- Sports Utillly Vehicles
S -U-TFr-1 B h- flooring, paint and light fix- Call (850) 896-5755. carpet, paint & appliances. 8130 -Trucks
STUDENT For Rent: 2BR/1A house tures. New stove and re- $16900 includes set-up & 8140 -Vans Police Impoundsl
ADVISOR in Caryville, $400. per frigerator. Attached laun- Two 5 acres & One 10ac- central air Call 8150-Commercial Acura 2000 Integra
Master's degree and .month rent, $250. deposit dry room. Large closets. res on Buddy Rd. One 10 850-763-7780. 81 Motorcycles $5001 Honda 1999
3 yearsfull-time up front. 6 months lease Window blinds. $64,750. acres & One 13 acres on &170 Accsories Civic $200! Ford 2001
secondary or required, no exceptions. Call Dave, Gainer Rd. Owner financ- 24X40 3BR/2BA Dou- 8210- Boats Taurus $7001 for list-
post-secondary No Pets, 850-373-3193 850-260-53509(evenings), ing For more info call Mil- blewide. $17,900. Call 8220 Personal Watercraft ings call (800)366-9813
advising or teaching I 850-547-9011(daytime). ton Peel @ 850-638-1858. 850-763-7780. 8230 Sailboats ext 9275
experience required. 8240 Boat & Marine
3i reirFor Rent: 2BR/1BATraller I --JWE Supplies
REGISTRAR BUSINESS FI $250, 3BR/2BA trailer, C a ll T O P lace 8245-Boat Slips cks
Masters degree $325. month, Poncede 8320An Ad I ClassifiedsRoad Vehi
plus three (3) years 5100 Business Leon area. 850259-9113. 830.- Campers& Traicles
related expense in Opportunities A n A d n C la 8340 -Motorhomes 8130
college Admissions and 5110 Money to Lend 7100 8340 -otorhomes 8130
Registration, or For Rent: 3 br, 2 ba inFoSle;6H snp
Equivalent combination % Ponce de Leon, Country For Sale: 3BR/2BA at 'W ashington Holmes County r S 6 HP snapper
eofeducation and setting, $475. per month Dogwood Lakes Golff tler Askng $450 2001
exprien reqedlus $300. deposit course, 8th Fairway County News Times-Advertiser si o Ford Ranger, 4 doo with
DEGREE(S)MUSTBE ALL Cash Vending! Do 850-265-3166 5 85 7-5 0 (850)638-0212 (850)547-9414 2000 Honda Civic 850535644
FROM A REGIONALLY you earn $800 in a $8001 2001 Nissan
ACCREDITED day? 25 Local Ma- homes From $199/mol Altima $350! 2000
COLLEGE AND/OR chines and Candy Bedrom Avail Acura Intega $500
UNIVERSITY $9,995. (888)629-9968 d From $199/mo Avail For fPOLICE tiMPOUNDS' call
APPLICATION we will not be under- Ustings(800)350-4142 8110 8110 8110 8110 (800)366-9813ext9271 8110
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8:00 am to'4:00 pm Justice. Job placement the Fair Housing Act which
for application details assistance. Computer makes it illegal to advertise
QUA OP available. Financial Aid "any preference, limitation -i
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EMPLOYER I if qualified. Call race, color, religion, sex,
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TEST SESSIONS $500 Sign-on-bonus. includes children under the IT APPROVI D ta l fl TIONA* OMPETITIVE INTREST RA
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for temporary Environment! Call Ally curing custody of children
employment during the (800)716-0048 today. H und l
2010 Census. This newspaper will not A
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l timse employees, ao cl I., r-. readers are hereby -
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Toll-Free: .*.,:.in this newspa-
1-866-861-2010. per are available on a equa
purposes, most plain of discrimination ca
applicants bring their HUD to l-free
passportor o their drivers 1-- 800-669-9777. The
license and their social 0tolls-free number for the
6100 Boslnees/ hearing impaired is
security card. Commercial 1 00-927-9275.
if you are prior military, e110 Apartments ak e SR N
you need to bring a 6120 Beach Rentals
copy of your 6130 CondoCrownhouse c
DDForm 214 6140 House Rentals
any supporting 6150 Roommate Wanted am
S160 Rooms for Rent
documentation, f you 6 170 Mobile Home/Lot
are disabled. Resumes 8I 0 Out-of-Town Rentals s T ie
are not required, but 6190- Timeshare Rentals
you may include one 200 Vacation Rentals Wausau, Very clean 2BR
MH, nice 2 acres, private
with your application, f el 2 MO E TO CE F M lease
you wish. $450 i Ndep & lease.
Iyou woish litoSunny Hills, 2BR/1.58A
If you would like to House, comer lot, carport,
apply for a position, 1 6 100 Hoen tcom e l w ca dep &
attend one of the test lease ig $550 43d4p
sessions listed. For Rent. Retail Store on Lakefront Leisure Lakes.
Lakefront Letsure Lakes. JA
TEST SESSIONS Main St., Chipley. Call Lovely 2BD house, 1 acre, 8
2010 CENSUS 638-1918. oo oor reen
Upcoming Washington porch, fencing, outbldgs,
County Test Sessions: pets' possible $750 mo.d
Dec. 8 10:00am For Rent: Free staBnding pets possible $750 mo.
Dec. 14 6:00pm church on 2 acres. Co- Florida's Best Real Estate
Ag Center Chipl. Oe y mercial across Community 814-8444 or814-9696 eC t
Dec.15 10:00am South Credit Union. __A MORE _TO OSE FROM
Public Library Chipley 850-209-3291
Dec. 21,28 6:00pm t D t i, kc/C'SORA'/
Ag Center Chipley l s opes
Other sites and dates For Rent: office spaces, 6170 07 FORD EXPEDITIN NISSAN 09. NISSAN
also available, carpet, ac, 2nd story RD EXPEDITION I A
TY callers-Please use walkup, private, greater EDDIE BAUER
the Federal Relay rental price. Large & small building, window a Leather, Sunrof, DyD weatherr Sunroof Leather-Seats -'
bRi M oing t widow r Ut y
1-8001877-M 0
18-26,7. SHARP! SUPER CLEAN! SHARP!
The U.S. Census "
Bureau is an 2BR Mobile Home. CH/A, -
Equal Opportunity Country setting. 5 miles
Employer 611 east of WalMart, Chipley.
Gener 7 11BR Apartment in Chip- $375/month0, $275/dep. month04FODR
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pets. 6384640. 85-638-8386. SAHARA PKG. EXT. CAB 44 CREW CAB 4x4
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