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Saturday, FEBRUARY 6,2010 www.chipleypaper.com _0mVolume 85, Number 85 OC50(


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Breaking news, visit
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News

BRIEFS

New committee to
review 'The Yearling'
CHIPLEY A new
committee will review
"The Yearling" after the
person complaining
about the book did
'not agree with a
recommendation to
keep the book at
Chipley High School.
'Superintendent Dr.
Sandra Cook said that
the new committee
.would also make a
recommendation, and
if that recommendation
is not agreed to by the
person registering the
complaint, it will be
up to the Washington
County School Board.
A committee created
to review the classic
novel "The Yearling"
had recommended
keeping the 1939
Pulitzer Prize-winning
novel on the reading list
after a complaint about
the use of the "N" word
in the Marjorie Kitney
Rawlings novel about life
in 1930s rural Florida.
The request to. remove
the- book was given to
Chipley High School,
Principal Steve Griffin
several weeks ago by a
parent who stated that,
the book was offensive
due to its reference to
African Americans by
use of the "N" word.
The parent has refused
to be identified in public.
Until reviewing of
the book is complete,
"The Yearling" has been
pulled from the 1 Oth
grade honors English
program.
The novel was
adapted into a film in'
1946, starring Gregory
Peck and Jane Wyman.
Both were nominated
for Oscars for their
performances.













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Hazmat scare in


ernon


Bomb squad, hazmat crew investigate possible hazardous fluid


JAY FEESBERG-
Managing Editor
ofelsberg@chipleypaper.com
VERNON Authorities were
investigating a suspicious sub-
stance found at the residence of
a man who had died last month.
The regional bomb squad
and Bay County hazmat team
responded to the Pate Pond
Road home Thursday after-
noon following reports of a po-


tentially dangerous fluid at the
residence. Bay County Sheriff's
Office Sgt. John Corley said the
elderly man who lived at the.
house died recently, and the
family found the fluid when they
were checking out the house.
"The family believed he
might have had some explosive,
chemicals," Corley said.
The deceased man's name
was not immediately released.
.Corley said the chemical will,


be tested, and officials will de-
cide on a method to dispose of
it.
"The kind of chemical is still
unknown," Corley said, "and
this is basically a safety issue
from our standpoint."
The regional bomb squad
includes bomb squads from the
Bay County Sheriff's Office and
state fire marshal's office.
More information as it be-
comes available. :.


SPECIAL TO THE NEWS
Equipment is being moved into the Tommy McDonald Industrial Park as Enola Manufacturing
Services prepares to begin manufacturing.

ENOLA MANUFACTURING SERVICES COMES

TO TOMMY MCDONALD INDUSTRIAL PARK


JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
ofelsberg@chipleypoper.com
CHIPLEY A "new begin-
ning" is coming to Washington
County as local businessmen
are preparing to open a manu-
facturing firm. ,
"Project New Beginning" is
officially Enola Manufacturing
Services. It is owned and op-
erated by Allen Clark and Carl
Owens. New Beginnings was
the code used by the Washing-


ton County Chamber of Com-
merce while the business was
being established at the Tommy
McDonald Industrial Park.
* "The new manufacturing fa-
cility will be a mercantile busib
ness with a little twist. Enola
will manufacture items for the
Governmental Services Agen-
cy," said Chamber Executive
Director Ted Everett.
"This is the procurement
agency for the departments- of.


from institutional bedding and
blankets to other. mercantile
items needed by the Depart-
ment of Defense for our troops
and for prisons."
Among those products will
be bamboo sheets manufac-
tured from bamboo fibers.
The new business has been
able to iltilize several programs,
including Washington County's
designation as a Foreign Trade
Zone.


the Federal government. Enola
will be bidding on contracts See NEW BEGINNINGS A6.


Goodwill Career Training Center opens in Chipley


CECILIA SPEARS I Washington County News
The ribbon is snipped as Goodwill opens its new
training* center in Chipley.


CECILIA SPEARS
StaffWriter
cspears@chipleypaper.com
CHIPLEY Goodwill In-
dustries Big Bend Inc.
held a grand opening cere-
mony for their new Career
Training Center in Chipley
on Thursday morning.
"A lot of people just
think Goodwill is a good
place to shop and donate
to, they don't know about
the other services we
provide," said Vice Presi-
dent of Public Relations
for Goodwill Industries
Big Bend Inc. Brooke Lo-
chore. "The money gener-


ated from Goodwill also
funds our Career Training
Centers."
She explained that
the Career Training Cen-
ters provide free training
to help those who are in
search of a job or those
who are wishing to excel
in their profession with
interest and aptitude as-
sessments, employabil-
ity and soft skills training,
GED preparation and ca-
reer skills training,, office
skills and computer train-
ing, resume and interview
preparation, work experi-
See GOODWILL A6


Bomb
squads and
HazMat
disposal
teams were
on hand
Thursday in
Washington
County.


JAY FELSBERG I Washington Count News


SUNNY HILLS

County

works to get

equipment

for new SH

fire service

JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afelsberg@chipleypaper.com
CHIPLEY-ThenewWash-
ington County Fire Depart-
ment Sunny Hills District
is still short of some equip-
ment. There is a dispute
between the Washington
County Board of County
Commissioners and the
former fire service, Sunny
Hills Volunteer Fire De-
partment, Inc., over owner-
ship of equipment used by
the former provider:.
In several cases, howev-
er, the BOCC is hot waiting
for resolution of that dis-
pute to make sure the new
fire department is properly
equipped. A case in point
is the lack of a defibrilla-
tor, also known as an auto-
mated external defibrillator
(AED).
Washington County
EMS Coordinator Randall
Truett said that there was
an AED in service with SH-
VFD. County Public Safety
Director Roger Hagan said,
however, that. he was not
sure if an AED was listed
on the equipment inven-
tory. Hagan was at a state
conference and did not
have a copy of the inventory
at hand when interviewed.
The question came up
Tuesday night when the
new fire service and EMS
answered a call of a heart
attack in Sunny Hills.
EMS Supervisor Ter-
ry Rebuck said that the
elderly male victim suffered
a massive heart attack, but
that he still had a pulse
when EMS arrived and an
AED would have been no
help in that situation.
The American Heart As-
sociation reports that the
automated external, defi-
brillator is a computerized
medical device. An AED
can check a person's heart
rhythm. It can recognize
a rhythm that requires a
shock. And it can advise
the rescuer when a shock
is needed. The AED uses
voice prompts, lights and
text messages to tell the
rescuer the steps to take.
Rebuck said that the
victim's heart rhythm was
such that it would not have


See SUNNY HILLS A6


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Saturday, February 6, 2010


Capital City and Gulf Power contribute to United Way


CECILIA SPEARS '
StaffWriter
cspears@chipleypoper.com,

CHIPLEY Capital City Bank of Chipley, represented by Wayland Ful-
ford, and Gulf Power, represented by Darrin Wall, presented their dona-
tion of $2,100 to the United Way, represented by Tommy McDonald, Jr.,
Thursday morning at the bank.
The money had been raised through a joint effort of the bank and
power company via a community hamburger luncheon.
"Our goal was originally around $800 to $1,700," Fulford.said. "We
didn't expect this much of a response; we actually ran out of hamburger
meat and had to buy more."
Wall said that the community had shown a lot of support.
"We are very appreciative to the community fof all of the support
they've given us in this endeavor," Fulford said. "We'll do even better next
year."
McDonald said that the United Way's goal was set for $2 million and
the unofficial count is at $1.8 million and counting.
"On behalf of all the agencies in Washington County, we are very
grateful," he said.
For more information on United Way, visit their Web site at www.
liveunited.org or for more information about making a donation to your
local United Way, visit http://unitedwayhwfl.org/.


Spanish Trail Playhouse announces

cast for 'The Curious Savage'


SPECIAL TO THE NEWS'
In the back row, from left, Kelly Banta, Alex Anderson, Carrie Bennett, Steve
Yates, Ron Anderson, Sara Watkins, Alex Squires; front row, from left, Arthur
Obar, Terrie Garrett, Tiffani Wolfe and Rosalyn, Scott.


SPECIAL TO.THE NEWS
C. HIPLEY The Spanish Trail Playhouse
is currently in full production for its spring
production of "The Curious Savage." Di-
redtor' Dauta Jacob cast the following in-
dividuals: Terrie Garrett as Ethel Savage,
Steve Yates as Titus Savage, Carrie Ben-
nett as Lily Belle Savage, Alex Anderson
as Samuel Savage, Tiffani Wolfe as Flor-
ence, Kelly Banta as' Fairy May, Arthur
Obar as Hannibal, Alex Squires as Jeffrey,
Rosalyn Scott as Mrs. Paddy, Ron Ander-
son as Dr. Emmett, and Sara Watkins as
Miss Wilhelmina.
"The Curious Savage" is the warm-
hearted tale'of Mrs. Ethel Savage, a slight-
ly eccentric, extremely wealthy widow.
Being the recipient of her deceased hus-
band's estate, she wants to make the best
use of it, despite.her greedy stepchildren's
selfish attempts to get their hands on it.
Mrs. Savage, however, has put her
wealth into negotiable bonds in the hopes
of establishing a fundto help others real-
ize their hopes and dreams, much to the
siblings' chagrin. Theytlen commit her to


a "sanatorium" in the hopes of shocking
her to her senses. There she meets a vari-
ety of social misfits, all needing exactly the
kind of help Mrs. Savage can provide and
who eventually appear more sane than
those outside the walls of the institution.'
. These wonderful individuals immedi-
ately endear themselves to Mrs. Savage.
With the. help of her new-found friends,
Mrs. Savage leads her stepchildren on -a
merry chase. A lovely story about what it
means to be a family.
"The Curious Savage" will take the
stage March 25-27 at 7 p.m. nightly and
on March 28 at 2 p.m. Tickets will go on
sale at the Washington County Chamber
of Commerce to members, sponsors and
season ticket holders on March 8 and to
the, general public on March 15. Tickets
will be $12 adults, $10 seniors (65 and old-
er) and military with ID. The Spanish Trail
Playhouse is located at 680 Second St. in
Chipley inside the Historic Chipley High
School.
For more information, visit www.span-
ishtrailplayhouke.com or e-mail spanish-
trailplayhouse@gmail.com.


From left,
Tommmy
McDonald,
Jr. of United.
Way, Branch
.Manager
Wayland
Fulford of.
Capital' City
Bank, and
Gulf Power
Manager
Darrin Wall, I

CECILIA SPEARS
Washington
County News


Community NEWS


Game Night at the library
CHIPLEY The friends of the Wash-
ington County Library have made
plans for "Game Night at the Library"
to be held on Thursday, Feb. 11. The
hours will be 6:30-9:30 p.m. The ticket.
price is $10. All proceeds go to the
library. The event will be held at the
Washington County Agricultural
Center, 1424 State 90 West in
Chipley.
Tables will be set up for bridge,
bunco,0canasta, dominoes or other
table games as requested. Door prizes
will be given away throughout the eve-
ning and refreshments will be served.
Tickets aie now available and can be
purchased at the library or at the door.
For more information, contact Leola
Porter, chairperson, at 638-1703 or call
the library at 638-1314.

Drake to speak to.CAPHC
WESTVILLE State Rep. Brad Drake,
R-District 5, will hold a town hall
meeting at the February meeting of
the Concerned American Patriots of
Holmes County at 7 p.m, at Westville
City Hall. Drake represents Holmes
and Washington counties and is in his
first term in the Florida Legislature.
For information, e-mail ihmurrell@
hotmail.com, eatonbe@embarqmail.
corn or call 850-527-3995.

Covenant Hospice
grief support group
CHIPLEY- 'Feelings of grief and loss,
can be'overwhelming. F6rthis reason,
Covenant Hospice offers a monthly
grief support group in Chipley at
Washington County Council on Aging,
located at 1348 South Blvd. from
9-11 a.m. on the second Tuesday of
every month. Those who attend will
have the opportunity to explore ,
their grief in a safe and caring envi-
ronnient.
The next meeting will be held on
Tuesday, Feb. 9. The support group
is free but registration is required..
Light refreshments will be served.
To register for this support group or
for additional information, call Riley
Henderson or January McKeithan at


* 850-482-8520 or 888-817-2191.

Seeking artwork for display at
Legends & Lore
CHIPLEY The Washington County Arts
Council is taking applications for the 2010
':scholarship in the amount of $500 award-
ed annually by the organization. Invita-,
tion to appjy is open to 2010 'graduation"
high school seniors interested in pursu-
ing studies in any field of art. Would-be
applicants are invited to contact their
high school guidance counselor for more
information.
The council is also seeking participa-
tion in the Legends & Lore event to be
held at Falling Waters State Park April
16 and 17. Members agreed to support
the program and arrange for an art dis-
play during the two-day event. Legends
& Lore organizers are looking for a few
artists interested in displaying and sellL'
ing their artwork. They are looking for
artwork that depicts nature setting, re-
gional animals and plants, homesteads,
farms or any artwork that would promote
local, natural and cultural history of the
local area.
Anyone interested in displaying art-
'work should contact Amy Sweeney at
415-1636 or amysweeney2005@yahoo.
com.

Nellie Mitchell Day
VERNON Friends and former stu-
dents coached by Nellie Mitchell will
be honoring her with a Nellie Mitchell
Day on Saturday, Feb. 13. The Jackets
will kick off their 2010 softball season at
4 p.m. against Graceville and are dedicat-
ing this game in Mitchell's honor. There
will be no admission charged for this
game..
Prior to the game there will be a re-
ception in the cafeteria at the new Ver-
non High School beginning at 2:00 p.m.
At 3:15 the activities will move to the new
softball field at Vernon High School. Or-
ganizers ask all players, cheerleaders,
former students, family and friends to
join on the mound for pictures and where
Mitchell will throw the first pitch to open
the 2010 season.

See COMMUNITY A3


Candidates announced for Washington County offices


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JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afelsberg@chipleypaper.com
CHIPLEY Supervisor of Elections
Carol Finch Griffin announces that
several' candidates have already
filed with the Elections office to run
in the 2010 elections.


'Three candidates have filed for
the District 4 County Commission
seat, including incumbent Repub-
lican Eddie Holman, Democrats
Todd Thames arid Scott Waldrip
have also filed.
District 2 Republican incumbent
Joel Pate has filed, as hag Demo-
crat Albert "Sonny" Davis.


In the District 1 School Board
race incumbent Vann Brock and
Travis Hall of Vernon have filed.
District 4 incumbent Terry Ellis has
qualified. School Board races are
non-partisan.
Also filing is incumbent Circuit
Judge Allen IRegister. This is also a
non-partisan seat.


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Saturday, February 6, 2010


Local


Washington County News I A3


Kate Smith Elementary
School announces the A and
A/B honor rolls for the second
nine weeks:

A HONOR ROLL

Second Grade: Benedict
Andal, Shawn Arndt, Chase
Aycock, Austin Carrel, Kassie
Crooks,. Maiya Damon, Charity
Dickerson, Olivia Floyd, Laura
Beth Gage, Hanna Gidney,
Jenna Gilmore, Abbie Grissett,
Cara Haddan, Ashleigh Hicks,
Anori Hixon, Roland Hudson,
Makayla Kopinski, Clifford
Krouse, Julie Lafontaine, Ella
.Page, Bailey Patterson, Brody
Paulk, Kaylee Pendleton,
Gracie Renfro, John Rich,
Krista Shores, Fallon
Standland, Karleigh Walters,
Caleb Watford, Kyla Wilson,
Travis Wyatt

Third Grade: Abigail
Anderson, Alana Barfield,
Connor Barrett, Jack Bau,
Nicole Bell, Austin Berry,
Hailey Bliss, Cody Boname,
Haylee Bonner, Nathaniel
Bowen, Cassidy Boyett,
Kaysha Brannum, Emily
Broom, Kathryn Burdeshaw,
Mikai Carswell, Madison Cook,
Koltin Cox, Kaitlin Cumbie,
Wesley Curry, Richard Davis,
Austin Gardenier, Graften
Harcus, Hank Hardesty,
Melanie Hendry, Autumn
Hingson, Joseph Jordan,
Macey Kirkland, Madelynn
McClain, Ciarra McEntyre,
Kalia Odum, Mallory Ray,
'Dylan Rudd, Caitlyn Smith,
Ashten Tharp, Michael
Thieme, Elijah Wells, Mason
Wheeler, Christian White

Fourth Grade: Chase
Adkins, Tucker Alderman,
Emily Anderson, Kaitlyn
Bland, Cameron Carter, Lila
Chan, Taylin Crisp, Kaylee
Jeffries, Richard Latham,
Jacob Seaborn, Kyndal
Syfrett, Lila Taylor, Mackenzie
Thompson, Chase Western,
Brian Williams, Dylar
Williams, Jamison York, James
Zauner

A/B HONOR ROLL

Second Grade: Brionna
Belanger, Damontarius
Boulton, Dylan Bragg, Aneeka
Butler, Cameron Cannon, .
Amari Carswell, Anna
Cates, Grace Causey, Micah
Champagne, Coby Clark,
Elijah Clark, Nelson Clark,
Olivia Cloud, Jessica Copeland,
Logan Curry, Michelle
Daniel, Tajheim Dudley,
Macey Durbin, Nakia Embry,
Emma Foxworth, Nevaeh
Gray, Whisper Guyer, Hannah
Hailes, Emilee Hallman, Lanie
Hambright, Natalie Hamm,
Shawn Hendry, Latrell Hogan,
Traci Jordan, Ethan Justice,
Leedell Kennedy, Brennan
Louderback, Jaden Lovett,
Trenton Marsceill, Angel
Martinez, Danielle Meade,


Laura Meadows, Lindsay
Moore, Zachary Moore,
Kayla Morales, Mary Obert,
Alyssa Oldaker, Leo Pan,
Brenton Peacock, Hannah
Pettinelli, Honor Rogers,
Michael Rogers, Adan Salazar,
Cameron Shifflett, Gage
Sims, Kylee Swanson, Tori
Urich, Jonathan Valdovinos,
McKenzie Vinson, Rashonda
Walker, Olivia Wall, Madilynne
Webb, Samantha Whitaker,
Gage White, Caleb Wiggins,
Angel Williams, Caleb .
Williams, Sawyer Wilson

Third Grade: Lily
Anderson, Maxwell Bass,
Caleb Beckley, Brittany
Belanger, Luke Bush, Annie
Calix, Ashton Campbell,
Cassidy Canoy, Leon Carrel,
Cierra Collins, Mark Damon,
Autumn Eck, Joseph Elkins,
Makenna Gainer, Brayden
Gainey, Jonathan Gavaller,
Joshua Gavaller, Kalee
Gilbert, James Gliem, William
Goodman, Austin Goynes,
Tyler Hall, Justynna Hamilton,
Trevor Hartzog, Klaytin
Hendrix, Jacob Holstead,
Jessie Holstead, Mariyah
'Hooks, Hannah King, Rebecca
King, Kamron Knowles, Shelby
Kriser, Michael Latham,
Andrew Lawton, Carolynn
Lynn, Kayleigh Martin, "
Elizabeth Martinez Rocha,
Matthew McComas, Haley
McDonald, Camron McKinney,
Jason Mello, Dylan Mockridge,
Cullan Murray, James Myrick,
Raychel Oldaker, Sara Padgett,
Brandon Palmer, Isabella
Parker, Michael Peacock,
Eyrica Pettis, Makayla
Pierce, Andrew Popchock,
Courtney Potter, Amanda
Rabon, Olivia Rolling, Abby
Sapp, Lewis Smelcer, William
Squires, Jade Strukel, Serina
Tharp, Jason Valdovinos, Lila
Vandenbogaert, Jermeria
Watford, Joshua Yongue

Fourth Grade: Justin
Addison, Travis Baxley,
Terence Blackmon, Eryn
Boname, Marley Booker,
Breanna Brackin, Phillip
Bridges, Sierra Brock,
Alexandria Brown, Shatamela
Broxton, Justin Carter, Kaci
Compton, Addie Cook, Mason
Cook, Andrew Cope, Chandler
Corbin, Austin Dixon, Kayla
Drummond, Kaitlyn Elkins,
Alfonso Galvan, Natoya
Guilford, Noah Gustason,
Shyzianna Guster, Brian Hall,
Brooklynn Hayes, Jameila
Hogan, Dakota James, Meagarin
Justice, William Kolmetz, Eric
Lampley, Kaycee' Lee, Aleya
Louderback, Anthony Luper,
Joseph Meredith, Hunter
Paige, Wyatt Patterson, Cody
Register, Skylar Richter,
Jackson Shelley, Caleb Sloan,
Mackenzie Smith, Heather
Stephens, Jaqueline Stewart,
Anastasia Stoker, Kylan Swain,
Caleb Thompson, Brandon
Wallace, Jared Watford, Briton
Watson, Autumn Wells, Kaelyn
Weyand, Jacob Whitehead,
Haylee Williams


Vernon Middle School HONOR ROLL


Kate Smith Elementary

HONOR ROLL


Honor roll for Vernon Middle
School:

A HONOR ROLL

Fifth Grade: Jade Curtis,
Brenton Dove, Kaitlyn Evans,
Austin Hallmark, Taylor Leavins,
Tyreise Leblanc, Jarrett Leckie,
Jazmyne McGee, Maya Porter,
Ethan Register, Katia Roche and
Faithful Williams

Sixth Grade: William Bradley
and Olivia Brock

Seventh Grade:Julie '
Sheehan and Hope Taylor

Eighth Grade: Courtney
Poppell and Cody Taylor

A/B HONOR ROLL

Fifth Grade: Daniele Adams,
James Anserson-Coarney,
Marquez Brown, Terreaunce
Brown, Hanna Collier Isaiah


Cooke, Ariel Couch, Erica
Cureton, Jacques Daniels,
Rickia Davis, Zaquecia Douglas,
Zaniyah Fisher, Shiquan Green,
Ashton Hall, Hunter Hallman,
Caitlyn Harris, Nicholas Harris,
David Hauck, Madisen Hawes,
Courtney Hendrix, Jessica
Hudson, Jessica Joyce, Shiane
Joyner, Lauren Kinman, Kaitlyn
Kolmetz, Jolter Kolmetz,
Zachary Kortering, Malik
McDonald, Braiden Menhennett,
Tyler Mobley, Jessica Paridon,
Dorathy Phillips, Nathan Pope,
Bryson Potter, Chase Proctor,
Katlyn Riley, Myah Rosa, Triston
Rudd, Bryce Sasser, Paige
Schmaltz, Hannah Sellers,
Andrew Smith, James Spence,
,Jeremy Thomason, Shanna
Ware, Sarah Webb, Zackery
Weeks, Dillon Wells and Andrea
Wright

Sixth Grade: Angella
Anderson-Coatney, Brighton
Basinger, Jayde Coatney, Daniel
Evans, McKenzie Faison,
Andrew Hess, Caitlin Hogue,


Vernon High School HONOR ROLL


Honor roll for Vernon High
School:

'A HONOR ROLL

Ninth Grade: Theodore
Alman, Alana Hearn and Caitlyn
Parker.

10th Grade: Autumn
Basinger, and Michael Collins

llth Grade: Lillie Adkins

12th Grade: Jessica Hendrix,
Breana Moody, Sharlene and -


Caitlin Smith.

A/B HONOR ROLL'

Ninth Grade: Destiny Brady,
Bailey Burch, Destiny Clayton,
Stephanie Gipson, Kelsie Locke,
Lonnie Marlow, Raymond Palmer,
Robert Patton, Deannia Peterson,
Carolyn Poppell and Logan Tyler.

10th Grade: Amber Brown,
Deborah Cldcker, Bryce Farrar,
William FMrber, Katherine
Gimenez, Samatha Gipson and
Emily Strickland.


llth Grade: Kirisinda
Bouton, Raven Dean, Ethan
Fowler, Taron Greene, Michael
Marlow, Kenneth Paul, Lauren
Register and Alexander Tatum

12th Grade: Shannah
Bober, Brenton Burch, Emily
Carter, Kimberly Carter; Amber
Cook, Brittahy Davis, Tiffany
Fondo, Eva Frye, Melissa
Harrison, Chelsea Hinds,
Zackary Jackson, Elise Kirk,
Ryan Landers, Jennifer Powell,
Jessica Strickland and Ashley
Walters


COMMUNITY from page A2


Organizers suggest that for-
mer students, ball players and
cheerleaders make a card to tell
Mitchell what her example as an
outstanding person and educa-
tor has meant to them. Those
interested should bring along
the card to place in Mitchell's&
memory book. Should someone
not be able to atte and would
like to send a card with special
thoughts and wishes, send the
card to Vernon High School,
Attn: Nellie Mitchell, PO. Box
386, Vernon, Florida 32462.

Help asked for
utilities for elderly
CHIPLEY The Washington
County Council on Aging is
* making efforts to create an
account to assist the elderly
during the heating and cooling
months when the cost of heat-
-ing and cooling become over-
whelming for those on a fixed
income.
Donations can dropped off or
mailed to Washington County
Council on Aging; 1348 South
Blvd., Chipley, FL 32428.
The Washington County
Council on Aging now has a


Web site at www.washcocoa.
com.

Guardian Ad Litem
needs volunteers
Abused and neglected chil-
dren need a voice in court. There
are currently 40 kids in Holmes
County and 19 kids in Washing-
ton County without volunteer
advocate representation. The
14th Circuit Guardian Ad Litem.
Program wants these children-
spoken for. Be a strong, depend-
able voice, appointed by the
court to support these children.
Call 638-6043 for more informa-
tion and an application.

Tobacco cessation classes
BONIFAY Holmes County
Health Department is now offer-
ing monthly tobacco cessation
classes (approximately one hour).
Class will be held on the fourth
Wednesday of every month from
noon to 1 p.m. Class is free and no
registration is required. Partici-
pants are eligible for free patches
upon completion of class.
For more information, contact
Traci Corbin at 547-8500, exten-


sion 249.

Diabetic education
BONIFAY Holmes County
Health Department is now offer-
ing monthly diabetic education
classes (approximately one hour).
Class will be held on the third
Friday of each month from noon
to 1 p.m. The class is free and no
registration is required. For more
information, contact Traci Corbin
at 547-8500, extension 249.

Pier Park Concert for Haiti
PANAMA CITY The Panhandle
Chapter of the American Red
Cross, based in Panama City, re-
cently announced a free concert
fundraiser to be held in IPanama
City Beach for the relief of the
Haitian people.
After seeing the devastation
caused by the earthquake in Hai-
ti on Jan. 12, Ski Light, owner of
Ski Productions in Panama City
Beach, came up with the idea for
a benefit concert.
After consulting with Bob
Pearce, Executive Director of

See COMMUNITY A4


Hannah Jenkins, Gregory
Keister, Kristin Lucas Damon
Mackey, Avery Moon, Iva Rogers,
Jessica Smelcer, Joseph Smith,
Colby Thompson, Breanna
Walker and Heath Webb

Seventh Grade: Tracie
Adams, Leana Andrews, Sargie
Barnes, Rainey Basinger,
Dakota Bear, Sarah Boullard,
Ty'Ren Brunson, Sarah Coatney,
Avanti Davis, Caitlin Fogarty,
Genevieve Kunkel, Dixie Mainor,
Kayla Rudd and Kylie Watson

Eighth Grade: Criston
Bradley, Alex Brown, Caitlyn
Clark, Jaclyn Coatney, Justin
Cooke, Taylor Gillespie, Trey
Gillespie, Jamequillan Goodman,
Jennifer Haddock, Alexander
Hess, Brittany Lansdale,
Kassandra Leckie, Brittany
Malloy, Morgan McKenzie,
Travis Morris, Tyrell Peterson,
William Phillips, Alexander
Poulos, Cathy Priest, .Dylan
Rudd, Antwan Siples, Shania
Whitehead and Latoya Yelverton.


NOTICE


March 1st is the deadline to apply

for Homestead, Senior Citizen's,

Disability, Widow's/Widower's,

Veterans Exemptions and Agricultural

Classification (Greenbelt).

Property owners who did not receive

Homestead Exemption in Washington

County for 2009 but now qualify will

need to file an original application.

Assistance with filing applications for

Exemptions or Agricultural Classification

may be obtained at your Property

Appraiser's office.

.Gil Carter, CFA,

Washington County

Property Appraiser






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COMMUNITY from page A3


the Panhandle Chapter of
the American Red Cross,
the idea was brought to the
City of Panama City Beach.
Mary Carmichael, Leisure
Services Director for the
city helped forge a plan to
hold the concert on Feb. 20,
from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., at
the Aaron Bessant Amphi-
theater in Pier Park.
The concert will feature
at least seven regional
bands, including the Steve
Wiggins Band, Tony Vegas,
Bittersweet and several
others. In addition, there
will be entertainment for
children courtesy of Space
Walk of Panama City.
Local merchants and
businesses, including
Tootsie's Orchid Lounge
in Pier Park and Leitz Mu-
sic in Panama City, have
contributed items to be
given away on the day of
the concert. These items
include acoustic and elec-
tric guitars,, as well as gift
certificates for meals and
services. People donating
to the effort will receive a
drawing ticket for every
five dollars they contribute,
and the drawings will con-
tinue through the day.
Fbr more information,
visit www.PierParkHaiti-
Concert.com,

JC Master Gardener
training course
MARIANNA The Uni-
versity of Florida and the
Jackson and Gadsden
County Extension Offices
are teaming-up again to
provide a comprehensive,
60 plus hour training pro-
gram for those persons
interested in becoming a
Master Gardener.
The Master Gardener
program in Florida is spon-
sored by the University of
Florida's Institute of FOod
and Agricultural Sciences
(IFAS) and cooperating
county governments. This
year the Gadsden and .
Jackson county training


program will be held on
Wednesday from 8 a.m
to 3 p.m., starting Feb. 10
and until April 7 with one
Saturday class March 13.
The cost of the program is
$150, which includes course
material. An optional,
three-volume set of the
Florida Master Gardener
Manual is available for an
additional $85.,
After graduating, new
Master Gardeners will be
expected.to volunteer a
minimum of 75 hours the
first year and 50 hours in
the years following.'
For more information
or an application, call the
Jackson County Extension
Service at 482-9620 or stop
by 2741 Penn Ave, Suite 3,
Marianna, FL 32448.

Flu vaccine at HCHD
BONIFAY -In Florida,
seasonal flu activity usu-.
ally peaks in February or
March. As influenza is '.
unpredictable, ard different
types and strains of influ-,
enza circulate throughout
the flu season, the CDC's,
Advisory Committee on
Immunization Practices
recofnmends that influenza'
vaccine be offered through-,
out the influenza season,
even after influenza has
appeared or begun appear-
ing in a community.
While influenza is un-
predictable and while the
likelihood of a future wave
of H1Ni influenza is not
known, we do know that '
if more people are vac-
cinated, the disease is less
likely to spread in the com-
ing months..
"One of our many goals
at the Holmes County
Health Department is to
highlight the importance of
vaccination for anyone who
is not yet vaccinated, hesi-
tant about vaccination, or:
unsure about where to get,
vaccinated," Director Holly
Segers said.
For more information, or
to make an appointment for


WIC SERVING

WASHINGTON COUNTY
Women, Infants and Children offers
convenient times for clients to come in for
services '.in Bonifay, Chipley, Graceville,
Vernon and riow in Ponce de Leon.
Beginning Feb. 1 8, Department of Health
officials will be at the Ponce de Leon City
Hall 9 a.m: to 1 p.m. the third Thursday of
each months
For more information, call 547-0674 or
526-2412.
For up-to-date information about H1 N
Swine Flu, visit http://www.myflusafety.com
or call 877-352-358i1.



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a vaccine, call the Holmes ille Garden Club may be
County Health Department mailed to Carolyn Wicksell
at 547-8500 or visit online at PO Box 322, Graceville
at www.Flu.gov/getvac- FL 32440. The deadline for
cinated. reservations will be Feb. 16.
Tables and chairs must
Boys' Choir of be set up before Feb. 18.
Also, we must have game
Tallahassee items when necessary.
QUINCY On Saturday, There can be no.walk ins.
Feb. 27, the Boys' Choir of The funds will be used for
Tallahassee will be per- ongoing beautification proj-
,forming at the National ects in downtown Gracev-
Guard Armory, 2049 Pat me..
Thomas Parkway, Quincy,
with all proceeds going Wiregrass Decorative
directly to Gadsden Senior Painters
Services' Meals on Wheels Poners
Program. The doors will ENTERPRISE, Ala. Wire-
open at 6:30 p.m. to allow grass Decorative Painters
for socializing prior to the will meet Saturday, Feb. 13,
concert at 7 p.m. 9:00 a.m. at the Citizen's
Purchase tickets by go- Bank Community Room,
ing by the Senior Center in Chancy Street in Enter-
Quincy located at 79 Lasal- prise. February's painting
le Lefall Drive, Quincy or project will be a zebra on
by contacting Jill Williams canvas. Painters of all .
at 850-663-2280 or via e-mail skill levels and visitors are
at B419@aol.com. Spon- Welcome. If planning to
sor tables for eight will be visit and paint the project,
$200. Individual tickets pur- please contact the group
chased priorto the event for prep instructions.,
will be $20 each. Light re- Visit the Enterprise
freshments and a cash bar Public Library to see our
with beer and wine will be decorative painting dis- ,
available: Advance tickets plays. If interested in learn-
sales will end on Monday, ing to paint, sign up on the
Feb. 22. If purchased at the waiting list for our second
door individual tickets will Beginner Decorative Paint-
be $25 each. ing Course to begin in the
spring. Sixteen spaces will
United ,Daughters of be available for the course.
United Daughters oft Contemporary decorative
the Confederacy meets painting is a teachable art
MARIANNA The Wi form not requiring aca-
. liam Her Milton Chapter demic training or drawing
_1039, United Daughters ability.
*of theConfederacy, meets Contact Linda Under-
at Jim's Buffet and Grill, wood, 598-0014, e-mail wire-
11 a.m. Feb. 9-for a Dutch- grassdecorativepainters@
treat lunch, followed by rit- wiregrassdecorativepaint-
ual and program, Sidney ers.org for additional infor-
Lanier, Soldier, Poet, Musi- maion.
cian, Writer." The history Wiregrass Decorative
and heritage group wel- Painters will be hosting na-
comes female descendants tionally known decorative
of Confederate veterans to artist, Sandy Aubuchon,r
meet the second Tuliesday teaching in seminar, March
of each month, September 13-14, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m, at the
to November and January Citizen's Bank Community
to May. Call 663-2570 or 482- Room, Chancy St., Enter-
3477.prise. Projects will teach
T Zhostovo style florals. Proj-
Table games ct 1- acrylics on a metal
fundraiser tray and Project 2 fabric
paints on a fabric surface.
GRACEVILLE The Both designs can be viewed
Graceville Garden Club is at the group's blog at blog
having a table games fund- 'www.wiregrassdecorative-
raiser'on Thursday, Feb. painters.org. Limited space
10, at the Graceville Civic is available. Pre-registra-
Center. This event will be tion and advance payment
held from 6-9 p.m. Some of is required. Class fees are
the games will be Mexican $45/day for non-members.
dominoes, hand and foot Paint is provided. MS Au-
canasta, bunco, bridge buchon will also conduct
and others if requested. a Color Theory Class, Fri-
Light refreshments will be day evening, March 12,6
served arid door prizes will p.m. $10 at the door. To
be given to the participants.! participate in this seminar
A donation of $10'per contact Linda Underwood,
person is required. Reser- 334-598-0014, or e-mail wire-
vations must be made by grassdecorativepainters@
calling 850-263-3951 and gmail.com. Registration
checks payable to Gracev- closes Feb. 28.


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Saturday, February 6, 2010


Girl Scout Cookie


season is under way


It's that time of year
again. Cookie sales start
Feb. 20. The price is $3.50
per box. This year's theme,
"Inspired by U," will
continue the tradition of
providing a quality cookie,
while teaching effective
skills to girls.
"The cookie program
'provides the girls with
an opportunity to learn
business skills including
customer service,
budgeting and planning,"
said Raslean M. Allen, CEO
of the Girl Scout Council
of the Florida Panhandle,
"Through the Gifts of
Caring program, girls take
action through service
projects that directly benefit
others, giving customers
the option to purchase
cookies to donate to an
identified organization."
The Gifts of Caring
program especially assists
Military Troop overseas.
This year's cookie line
includes the all-time
favorites Thin Mints,
Samoas, and Tagalongs, '
Do-Si-Dos, Trefoils and
Lemon Chalet Cremes are
also available.
A new cookie in the
line up this year is the
Thank U Berry Munch


cookie. This new cookie has.
premium cranberries that ,
Provide a sweet tartness,
which nicely accompanies
the creamy white fudge
chips. With zero transfat
and no hydrogenated oils,
this cookie is sure to be a
fast seller. The Girl Scout
Cookie Sale is the number
one literacy program for
girls: By selling cookies,
girls are able to realize
their full potential and
become strong, confident,
and resourceful citizens.
Many successful business
women today say they got
their start in the business
world by selling Girl Scout
Cookies.
The Girl Scout
Council of the Florida
Panhandle invites girls
from kindergarten to 12th
Grade to join the adventure
and empower themselves
through courage,
confidence and character,
to make the world a better
place. Currently, the council
serves 7,150 girls and
2,400 volunteers across
19 counties of the'Florida
Panhandle.
To volunteer or join Girl
Scouts, contact the local
council office at 1-888-271-
8778 or visit www.gsc-fp.org.


Chipley Council

discusses base

utility rate increase

CECILIA SPEARS
StaffWriter
cspears@chipleypaper.com

CHIPLEY -' Chipley City Council reviewed the
list of agenda during their regularly scheduled city
workshop meeting on Thursday, which.'included
Ordinance 895 to increase utility rates that City Ad-
ministrator Jim Morris brought before the Coun-
cil during their regularly scheduled City Council
meeting Jan. 14.
The final reading on these ordinances is sched-
uled for the next city council meeting, which is set
for Feb. 11.
"We originally wanted to increase the base
utilities rate to $3 on sewer base rate, $2 on water
base rate and $2 on gas base rate," Morris had ex-
plained. "But the council felt that was too high so
we thought we'd come to a compromise, being $2
on sewer base rate, $1 on water base rate and $1.50
for gas base rate."
He said that a change would also be made to
Ordinance 896, since there was a growing concern
for the elderly residents.
"For those who qualify for the senior citizen
base utility discount, they will receive a 50 percent
discount on all their base utility fees," he said.
Mayor Linda Cain said that she opposed the
first time because it was too high and said she ap-
preciated the compromise.
"If it wasn't for the fact that-an increase was ab-
solutely necessary I wouldn't vote for it at all," said
Cain. "But the compromise is a fair one."
The Council also reviewed for the first read-
ing of Ordinance 897, which, involves the zoning
of sidewalks and Ordinance 898, which is to make
changes to administration requirements to meet
state statutes.
Code Enforcement Officer Jim Lassiter gave a
.report that someone wanted to establish a youth
club in Chipley, which is to include mainly indoor
games. He said it is within the other city ordinanc-
es, including curfew ordinances. No further infor-
mnation was provided and more will be presented
at the regular meeting.
At the request of. Council Member Cheryl Mc-
Call, Lassiter informed everyone that the numbers
on their houses should be clearly visible for 911
emergency purposes.
They reviewed the recommendation to hire
Pam Whitfield as City Clerk. City Clerk PattyYates
is being promoted to assistant city manager.
There was also a discussion of finding grant
funding for the water line replacement project.
"We want grants we don't have to do much
matching' on," Morris said. "Such as a Commu-
nity Development Block Grant; that's what we're
after."
Connie Wheeler from 'the Relay for Life was
\ there to discuss a possible alternative location for
Relay for Life this year since extensive work was
being done to the location of the old Chipley High
School track. DiscuAion of a new location is to be
presented before the Council at the next regular
meeting.
Special calledmeeting was held afterthework-
shop to approve loan and grant amendments.
They approved of Amendment 4 to Grant Agree-
ment SG576120, which is additional Grant funding
in the amount of $5,023,499 awarded to the Project
Sponsor for a Grant total of $23,884,633;-Amend-
ment'4 to Debt Purchase Agreement DP576150,
which is authorizing a Debt amount of $8,967,870
and the city is entitled to additional funding of
$5,159,672; and Amendment 6 of Escrow Agree-.
ment, which is a revision to delete the Supplemen-
tal Account from escrowed funds and various other
provisions are in need of updating.


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Motorsports TV Guide
Feb. 6
Sprint Cup Coors Light Pole Qualifying FOX @ noorn
Lucas Oil Slick Mist ARCA 200 SPEED @ 3:30 p.m.
NASCAR RaceDay .-SPEED @ 5:30 p.m.
Budweiser Shootout FOX 7 p.m.
NASCAR Victory Lane SPEED @ 9 p.m. .
Feb. 9
2010 Nationwide Preview ESPN2 @ 1 p.m.`
2010 Sprint Cup Preview ESPN2 @ 1:30 p.m.
Feb. 10
Sprint Cup Series Practice SPEED @ 11 a.m.
Sprint Cup Series Practice SPEED @ 1 p.m.
Camping World Truck Series Practice SPEED @ 5 p.m.
Feb. 11
Camping World Truck Series Final Practice SPEED @ 8 a.m'.
Nationwide Series Final Pracitice ESPN2 @ 10:30 a.m.
Gatorade Duel at Daytona SPEED @ 1 ,p.m.
NASCAR Victory Lane SPEED @ 4:30 p.m.
Camping World Keystone Light Pole Qualifying SPEED @ 5:30 p.m.
Feb. 12
Sprint Cup Practice SPEED @ 12:30 p.m.,
Nationwide Coors Light Pole Qualifying ESPN2 @ 2 p.m.'
Camping World Truck SetUp SPEED @ 6:30 p.m.
Camping World NextEra Energy Resources 250 SPEED @ 7 p.m.
Feb. 13
Spint Cup Final Practice -SPEED @ 9:30 a.m..
Nationwide Series Countdown- ESPN2 @ 11 a.m.
SNationwide DRIVE4COPD 300- ESPN2 @ 12:15 p.m.


Racing Ahead





Feb. 14 Feb. 13 Feb. 12 Feb. 27
Daytona Daytona Daytona Palm Beac
Daytona DRIVE4COPD NextEro Energy Tire Kingdo
500 300 250 150


Patrick mum on Daytona

start in the N'wide Serie


Danica Patrick is gaining
speed as she prepares for her
first stock par race today at
Daytonal International
Speedway.
Patrick posted the 17th
fastest time in practice on
Thursday at DIS and seems
to be very pleased with her
GoDaddy.com Chevy.
"I think today's practice
was a success," Patrick said.
"I felt that the #7
GoDaddy.com car got
stronger and more comfort-
able the more runs I made.
We have' been working hard
to get to this point, so hope-
fully tomorrow's qualifying
run goes well."
\ Defending Lucas Oil
Slick Mist 200 race winner
Janies Buescher posted the
fastest time of the day
(49.355 seconds/182.352
mph) early during the four
hour, fifty minute practice
session in the same chassis
he won last year's edition of
the race in.
Mikey Kile and Mark
Thompson, two of five
Venturini Motorsports
entries this weekend, were
second and third fast, fol-
lowed by Joey Coulter and
Dakoda Armstrong.
Nine-time ARCA Racing
Series Champion Frank
Kimmel, who has finished
second at Daytona twice but
does not include a Daytona
victory among.his 74 career
ARCA wins, was eighth
overall ip the Ansell-
Menards Ford Fusion
(181.240 mph/49.658 mph).
Five-time Daytona ARCA
race winner Bobby Gerhart
was 18th overall (179.971
mph/50.008 seconds).
Patrick wduld not say if
she will run in next
Saturday's Nationwide
Series DRIVE4COPD 300.
"(Finishing high) doesn't
mean that I'm ready for that


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s


Danica Patrick
race," the IndyCar star said
Wednesday. "Maybe I didn't
get put in very many tough
situations'."
Patrick won't commit to
any particular yardstick of
what it would take to con-
vince her to. make her
NASCAR debut in the sec-
ond-tier series Feb. 13 at
Daytona International
Speedway.
"That way, whatever I
decide, nobody can argue
with me," Patrick said.
Where she finishes is less
important than which new
challenges she faces and
how she handles them. "I'll
have to feel comfortable in
all situations," Patrick said.
"It's a much different animal
from the Daytona 500 week-
end with 30 Cup drivers and
more cars and more experi-
ence. Every level you step
up, if you're not prepared,
it's just exponentially harder.
"It's going to have to be a
pretty stellar weekend." '


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Carl Edwards is on the
pole' for Saturday night's
Budweiser Shootout at
Daytona. The starting lineup
for the '24-car event was
determined by a draw
Thursday night at ,Daytona
International Speedway.
The 75-lap annual non-
points exhibition for
NASCAR Sprint Cup Series
drivers will be divided into
segments of 25 and 50 laps.
"From
what 've
seen so far,
there might
not be many
cars left after
the first 25,'"
s a i d
Edwards',
referring to Edwards
crashes in .-Edwards
practice Thursday. "This race
is going to be very interest-
ing. It's going to spread out. a
little bit. It's going to become
a handling race. It doesn't
matter where you start unless
if somebody misses a gear,
we'll be in front of it."
Defending race champion
Kevin Harvick was not at the
draw party as he was battling
flu-like symptoms. He drew
the second spot but likely
will have to drop to the rear
of the -field because he, did
not practice the car.
NASCAR'also is expect-
ed to send Kurt Busch,


Final Season Standings Final Season Standings Final Season Standings
Driver Behind Driver Behind Driver Behind
1. Jimmie Johnson Leader 1. Kyle Busch Leader 1. Ron Hornaday Leader
2. Mark Martin -141 2. Carl Edwards -210 2. Matt Crafton -1.87
3. Jeff Gordon -179 3. Brad Keselowski -318 3. Mike Skinner -357
4. Kurt Busch -206 4. Jason Leffler -1142 4. Todd Bodine -527
5. Denny Hamlin -317 5. Mike Bliss -1607 5. Colin Braun -621
6. Tony Stewart -343 6. Justin Allgaier -1633 6. Johnny Sauter -628
7. Greg Biffle -360 7. Steven Wallace -1675 '7. Brian Scott -652
8. Juan Montoya -400 8. Jason Keller -1722 8. Timothy Peters -670
9. Ryan Newman -477 9. Brendan Gaughan -1768 9. David Starr -688
10. Kasey Kahne -524 10. Michael McDowell -2084 10. Rick Crawford -798


Denny Hamlin and Mark
Martin to the. lack of the
field because they never
. practiced their backup cars
after crashes. Greg Biffl'e and
Jamie McMurray practiced
their backup cars and will get
to start where they drew.
De r.r i k e
Cope also is
expected to
drop to the
rear because
he never got
throu g h
technical
inspection in
time to prac-, Harvick
tice.
"None of us have been in
a race car very much lately,
and we all kind of jump in
there and it's a little bit slip-
pery," Edwards said. "If we
can make it through the first
10 laps of a run all weekend
on tires, it's going to string
dut, it's going to be a really
good race, it's going to be lit-
tle packs of cars that have to
handle."
The last time Edwards
had been on a pole for a Cup.
event was at Bristol in
August 2008.
"It's the first race of the
season, and it will be nice to
be up front," Edwards said.
"It's been a while since I've
been on a pole. I know I did-
n't earn this one, it's all luck,
but it still feels good."


Final Season Standings
Driver Behind
1. Justin Lofton Leader
2. Parker Kligerman -5
3. Frank Kimmel -455
4. Joey Coulter -695
5. Craig Goess -1010
6. Bryan Silas -1090
7. Steve Arpin -1140
8. Tom Hessert -1220
9. Patrick Sheltra -1230
10. Robb Brent -1400


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Starting Line-up
Drawn on Thursday night


1: Carl Edwards, Roush Fenway Racing No. 99 Ford
2. Kevin Harvick, Richard Childress Racing No. 29 Chevry
3. Brian Vickers, Red Bull Racing No. 83 Toyota
4. Ryan Newman, Stewart-Haas Racing No. 39 Chevy
5. Greg Biffle, Roush Fenway Racing No 16 Ford
6. Mark Martin, HendrickMotorsports No. 5 Chevy
7. Jeff Burton, Richard Childress Racing No. 31 Chevy
8. Matt Kenseth, Roush Fenway Racing No. 17 Ford
9. Jamie McMurray, EarnhardtGanassi Racing No. 1 Chevy
10O.John Andretti, Front Row Motorsports No 34 Fordc
1 1. Dale EarnhardtJr., HendrickMotorsports No. 88 Chevy
'12. Bobby Labonte, TRG Motorsports No. 71 Chevy
13. Tony Stewart, Stewart-Haas Racing No. 14 Chevy
14. Ken Schrader, Red Bull Racing No. 82 Toyota
1.5. Michael Waltrip, Michael Waltrip Racing No. 51 Toyota
16.JimmieJohnson, Hendrick Motorsports No.*48 Chevy
17. Kyle Busch; Joe Gibbs Racing No. 18 Toyota,' .
18. Derrike Cope, Cope/Keller Racing No.75 Dodge
19. Kasey]Kahne, Richard Petty Motorsports No. 9 Ford :,
20.Juan Montoya, EarnhardtGanassi Racing No. 42 Chevy
21. Joey logano, Joe Gibbs Racing No. 20Toyota
22. Kurt Busch, Penske Racing No 2 Dodge
23.JeffGordon, HendrickMotorsports No. 24Chevy
24. D.enny Hamlin,Joe Gibbs Racing No. 11 Toyota ,


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Saturday, February 6, 2010


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from page A1

prompted an AED. The
patient later died at North-
west Florida Community
Hospital in Chipley.
While dispute continues
over ownership of equip-
ment, both Truett and Com-
missioner Donnie Strick-
land said they are working
to provide an AED and other
equipment needed by the
new fire service. Strickland
said that the new depart-
ment is receiving the neces-
sary equipment.
District Fire Chief Al Go-
thard said that while the new
department is in good shape
now as far as gear..
"We have enough equip-
ment to run calls," Gothard
said. The department has
the air packs, turnout gear
and radios they need, but
Gothard said that the de-
partment would benefit
from having the newer ver-
sions of that gear that was
not turned over to the new
fire service.
"We have not. gotten the
equipment that was in the
fire house," Gothard said.
Gothard said that every
member of the departments
qualified to operate an AED
if they had one. There are 10
certified firefighters, with
two more members awaiting
their state test and one more
ready to begin training at
Washington-Holmes Teclini-
cal Center. The department
has four emergency medical
technicians and one more
awaiting the national test for
certification. Gothard him-
self is a certified paramedic
in Alabama.


NEW BEGINNINGS from page Al


"'The FTZ allows us to offset
some duties and tariffs and help us
compete globally," said co-owner
Carl Owens. '"More importantly
once we have our designation it
will allow us to manufacture our -
stock and not pay taxes on our '
stock until it's sold and moved out
of our facility."
Owens said that local and state
incentives were another impor-
tant factor in locating in Washing-
ton County.
"Job training through Work-
force, tax incentives were impor-
tant, including QTI," Owens said.
Under state legislation, Quali- .
fled Target Industry Tax Refund ..
Program is designed .to encour- SPECIAL TO THE NEWS I Washington County Chamber Of Commerce
age the creation of high-skill jobs
and encourage the growth of cor- Work is underway at the site of the Enola facility.
porate headquarters and other
targeted industries. QTI provides nessmen and they were eager to will also manufacture "green"
a tax refund of $3,000 per new bring the new business to Wash- textile. An example is conversion
job created in Florida through ington County. of bamboo fibers to linens," Ow-
the expansion of existing Florida "We are also a local business ens said.
businesses or the location of new that wanted to keep this new Enola will manufacture bed
ones. business in our community. All sheetsand pillow coverings from
The new firm will also have of this made our decision very bamboo. This is a "niche" prod-
the advantage of working in an easy," Owens said. uct ana takes advantage of the
Enterprise Zone established "Our products will primarily "green living", trend, Everett
through the efforts of the Cham- be materials to fill GSA contracts, noted.
ber and local government. primarily military and prison "There will be 10 jobs first
The investors are local busi- sheets, pillows and blankets. We year, up to 30 by year three and


salary ranges are still being
worked out," Owens said. They
are not seeking applications at
this time and they say all hiring
vill be conducted through the
One Stop Center, here in Chipley,
Everett said. An announcement
will be made when applications
are being accepted
Under agreement with the
state and as part of the Chamber
master plan the salaries must be
at least 115 percent of average
county wage, Everett said.
Jobs would include machine
operators, embroidery operators
and basic machine skills. Partner
opportunities with other firms
are being explored.
Owens and Clark are also
owners of Enola Contracting, a
construction firm. "This global
operation gives us the knowledge
of global contracts and opportu-
nity and this gave us a chance to
fill a niche," Owens said
"The initial capital investment
of $3-5 million could be as much
as $10 million as more machinery
and equipment is purchased."
For more information. call
Ted Everett, Executive Director,
Washington County Chamber of
Commerce at 638-4157.


GOODWILL from page Al


ence opportunities, job placement
and hiring services, job retention
follow-up and support, as well as
training in computer programs
such as Microsoft Exel and Word.
"Helping those to find a job
and keep a job helps not only the
individual but the community as
a whole," she said. "It turns a tax
user into a tax payer; someone
who is a productive member of
society."
. The goaltfor Goodwill, she said,
is to "teach a man to fish instead
of giving the man a fish."


"We're big into helping others
help themselves," she said. "It's
that since of independence that
makes a person reach they're full
potential and become more satis-
fied with their lives."
Orientations for these training
classes are held beginning Mon.
at 10 a.m. and Thurs. at 2 p.m.
"Appointments are not neces-
sary and assessment is based
on an individual basis," she said.
"It's based on the individual's
needs; finding out where they are
and determining what they need


to get to where they want to go."
SlIe said it is up to them to "re-
move barriers."
"Barriers are elements that
are obstructing someone from
obtaining their goal," she said.
"What we do is locate the bar-
riers and then find ways to re-
move them; if all- they need are
additional skills, we are here to
provide them with the training to
obtain such skills."
Director of Training Services
for the Goodwill Industries Big
Bend Inc. Rick Cambell reported


that within the four-week period
of being open they have already
acquired over 50 clients.
S "We may specialize in helping
the disadvantaged and disabled,
but we also provide our services
to anyone in the community, in
need of our services," he said. -
The Goodwill Career Train-
ing Center is open Mon. through
Thurs., 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.; for
more information contact the Ca-
reer Training Center at 638-0093.
More photo and video cover-
age at chipleypaper.com.


Around the region community BRIEFS


Visual Arts Fellowship
Exhibition ,
NICEVILLE The galleries at the
Mattie Kelly Arts Center at North-
west Florida State College will be
the debut venue for the Florida
Visual Arts Fellowship Exhibi-
tion in 2010, which runs through
Feb. 21 The exhibition is free and
open to the public. Gallery hours


for the exhibit are Monday-Thurs-
day from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. and Sun-
days from 1-4 p.m. and 90 minutes
prior to performances in the main
stage theater of the Mattie Kelly
Arts Center. For information, call
the gallery office at 729-6044.


Silk Painting.
FORT WALTON BEACH The Art


and Design Society will have a
Silk Painting workshop with In-
structor Anita Hester, on Feb. 6
at Studio B from 10 a.m.-5p.m.
Bring your lunch. The cost for
ADSO members is $60, non
members $70, w/supply fee of
$10. Participants need to bring
Watercolor Brushes. The Art
Center is at 17 First St. SE. For
more information, call 244-1271.


Bridal Fair
PANAMA CITY BEACH The
Palms Conference Center will
host the First Bridal Fair on
Feb. 28 from 1-4 p.m. This will
be the first of two shows per
year that we will be holding at
the Palms. This is an inside,
rain or shine event. We have
space for 40 vendors, and the


" cost is $100 for an 8' x 8' space.
Tables, chairs and a warm and
beautiful setting will be avail-
able. The Sports Bar will host
a reception for guests and we
will have a live DJ providing
background music. Call 249-
2501 and request an applica-
tion. The Palms Conference
Center is at 9213 Front Beach
Road.


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ADVERTISEMENT FOR
BIDS
WASHINGTON COUNTY
EOC WORKSTATION
FURNITURE
Separate sealed BIDS for
WASHINGTON COUNTY
EOC WORKSTATION
FURNITURE will be re-
ceived by the Washington
County Board of County
Commissioners at the
Washington County Ad-
ministrative Office until
3:00 P.M.(CST), February
19, 2010. The bid pack-
ages should include op-
tions for the work stations
including integral power


1100
and phone ports as well as
a range of pricing. The
bidders will be shortlisted
to three (3) firms that will
do presentations before
the committee for final se-
lection of the work sta-
tions. The intent of the se-
lection process will be to
have one firm erect and in-
stall the Work stations at
the EOC located off Pio-
neer Road in Wausau, FL.
Information on the work
stations and all bidding in-
formation necessary for
contractors can be found
at the Washington County
W e b s i t e
www.washingtonfl.com or
may be viewed at the fol-
'lowing location:
Washington County Ad-
ministrative Office, 1331
South Blvd. Chipley, FL
32428
The date for presentations
will be provided after the
shortlist has been com-
piled by the selection com-
mittee.
The Board reserves the
right to waive informalities
in any bid, to accept
and/or reject any or all
bids on the whole or in
part with just cause, and to
accept the bid that in their
judgment will be in the
best interest of Washing-


ton County.
As published in the
Washington County News
February 6, 10, 2010.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR WASHINGTON
COUNT, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
FILE NO.'09-CP-058
IN RE: ESTATE OF
JAMES G. KNIGHT
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the,
estate of James G. Knight,
deceased,. whose date of
death was June 6, 2009; is
pending in the Circuit
Court for Washington
County, Florida, Probate
Division; File Number
09-CP-058; the address of
which is 1293 W. Jackson
Avenue, Chipley, Florida
32428. The names and ad-
dresses of the personal
representative and the per-
sonal representatives at-
torney are set forth below.
All creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons,
who have claims or de-
mands against
decedent=s estate, includ-
ing unmatured, contingent
or unliquidated claims,
and who have been served
a copy of this notice, must


file their claims with this
court WITHIN THE LATER
OF THREE (3) MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY
(30) DAYS AFTER THE
DATE OF SERVICE OF A
COPY OF THIS NOTICE
ON THEM.
All other creditors of the
decedent and other per-
sons who have claims or
demands against the
decedent=s estate, includ-
ing unmatured, contingent
or unliquidated claims,
must file their claims with
this court WITHIN THREE
(3) MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUB-
LICATION OF THIS NO-
TICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE
TIME PERIODS SET
FORTH ABOVE, ANY
CLAIM FILED TWO (2)
YEARS OR MORE AFTER
THE DECEDENT=S DATE
OF DEATH IS BARRED.
THE DATE OF FIRST PUB-
LICATION OF THIS NO-
TICE IS: February 6, 2010.
Attorney for Personal Rep-
resentative:
CURTIS B. HUNTER
Florida Bar No. 0884243


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1100
2618 Centennial Place
Tallahassee, Florida 32308
(850)222-0720
Personal Representative:
Elaine M. Knight
15 Old Farm Road
Charlottesville, VA 22903
As published in the Wash-
ington County News Feb-
ruary 6,13, 2010.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
IN AND FOR WASHING-
TON COUNTY, FLORIDA,
FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT
PROBATE DIVISION
CASE NO. 67-10-CP-002
IN RE: ESTATE OF FRED-
ERICK FREW BENSON,
DECEASED
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the
Estate of FREDERICK
FREW BENSON, De-
ceased, File No.
67-10-CP-002, is pending
in the Circuit Court for
Washington County, Flor-
ida, Probate Division, the
address of which is PO
Box 647, Chipley, Florida,
32428. The name and ad-
dress of the Personal Rep-
resentative and the Per-
sonal Representative's at-
torney are set forth below.
All creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons


having claims or demands
against decedent's estate,
including unmatured, con-
tingent or unliquidated
claims, on whom a copy of
this notice is served must
file their claims with this
Court WITHIN THE LATER
OF THREE. MONTHS AF-
TER THE DATE OF THIS
FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY
DAYS AFTER THE DATE
OF SERVICE OF A COPY
OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.
All other creditors of the
decedent and persons
having claims or demands
against the decedent's es-
tate, including unmatured,
contingent or unliquidated
claims, must file their
claims with this Court
WITHIN THREE MONTHS
AFTER DATE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE FOREVER,
BARRED.
The date of the first publi-
cation of this Notice is
1-30-2010.
GERALD HOLLEY
Attorney for Personal Rep-
resentative
PO Box 268
Chipley, Florida 32428
850-638-4317


1100
Fla. Bar No. 113722
Eric Robert Benson
Personal Representative of
the Estate of FREDERICK
FREW BENSON, De-
ceased
407 East Madison, Farina,
Illinois 62838
As published in the Wash-
ington County News Janu-
ary 30, and February 6,
2010.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE 14TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, IN' AND FOR
WASHINGTON COUNTY,
FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO.
67-2008-CA-000473
THE BANK OF NEW YORK
MELLON F/K/A THE BANK
OF NEW YORK, AS TRUS-
TEE FOR THE BENEFIT
OF THE CERTIFI-
CATEHOLDERS CWABS,
INC. ASSET-BACKED
CERTIFICATES, SERIES
2007-9.
Plaintiff,
VS.
NATHANIEL BLACK-
SHEAR, ET AL.,
Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE


TO: NATHANIEL BLACK-
SHEAR AND RUTHIE
BLACKSHEAR AND MON-
ICA SPEIGHTS AND THE
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
MONICA SPEIGHTS AND
SHAUN SPEIGHTS AND
THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE
OF SHAUN SPEIGHTS
whose residence is un-
known if he/she/they be
living; and if he/she/they
be dead, the unknown de-
fendants who may be
spouses, heirs, devisees,
grantees, assignees,
lienors, creditors, trustees,
and all parties claiming an
interest by, through, under
or.against the Defendants,
who are not known to be
dead or alive, and all par-
ties having or claiming to
have any right, title or in-
terest in the property de-
scribed in the mortgage
being foreclosed herein.
YOU ARE HEREBY
NOTIFIED that an action to
foreclose a mortgage on
the following property:
SW 1/ OF THE SW 4 OF
SE V/ OF SECTION 18,
TOWNSHIP 4 NORTH,
RANGE 15 WEST LESS
AND EXCEPT:
COMMENCING 150
YARDS NORTH OF SW
CORNER OF THE SW 'A
OF SE '/, SECTION 18,


TOWNSHIP 4 NORTH,
RANGE 15 WEST,
THENCE NORTH 70
YARDS, THENCE EAST
210 YARDS, THENCE
SOUTH 70 YARDS,
THENCE WEST 210
YARDS, TO THE POINT
OF BEGINNING,
CONTAINING 3 ACRES
MORE OR LESS. LESS
AND EXCEPT: EASEMENT
DESCRIBED IN OFFICIAL
RECORDS BOOK 374,
PAGE 479-480, PUBLIC
RECORDS OF
WASHINGTON COUNTY,
FLORIDA.
has been filed against you
and you 'are required to
serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any, to
it on DAVID J. STERN,
ESQ. Plaintiff's attorney,
whose address is 900
South Pine Island Road
#400, Plantation, FL
33324-3920 on or before
March 8, 2010, (no later
than 30 days from the date
of the first publication of
this notice of action) and
file the original with the
clerk of this court either
before service on Plaintiffs
attorney or immediately
thereafter; otherwise a
default will be entered
against you for the relief
demanded in the


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complaint or petition filed vard, Suite 200, Tampa, FL TO A 3/8" IRON ROD IN A OF THE NE QUARTER OF THE SOUTHWEST COR- 32*18'02" W FOR A TO THE CALCULATED LO- Blue ox towing bar, 2001
herein. 33602, attorney for Peti- CONCRETE MONUMENT SAID SECTION 30; NER OF, SAID SECTION DISTANCE OF 41.25 CATION OF THE Honda trailer hitch, ladies
WITNESS my hand and tioner, and to tile the origi- (NO IDENTIFICATION) THENCE ALONG THE 29; THENCE ALONG THE FEET; THENCE S GRANTOR'S SOUTHWEST plus size clothes, linens,
the seal of this Court at nal of the answer and de- FOUND FOR THE SOUTH- GRANTOR'S WEST PROP- WEST LINE OF SAID SEC- 5739'12" W FOR A PROPERTY CORNER; kitchen stuff, books, much
WASHINGTON. County, senses with the Clerk of EAST CORNER OF SAID ERTY LINE AND THE TION 29, N 01*26'59" E DISTANCE OF 32.83 THENCE ALONG THE more. February 5th & 6th,
Florida, this 1 day of Feb., this Court, on or before SECTION 13. TOTAL WEST LINE OF SAID FOR A DISTANCE OF FEET; THENCE S GRANTOR'S WEST PROP- LS 8a.m. to 4p.m. Turn off
2010. March 8, 20T0, showing LENGTH OF THE ABOVE QUARTER SECTION, S 4047.22 FEET TO THE 80'09'49" W FOR A ERTY LINE, N 15*45'37" E 21o00- Pets Hwy 79 onto Son-In-Law
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT what right, title, interest, or DESCRIBED PERMANENT 0118'36" W FOR A DIS- CALCULATED LOCATION DISTANCE OF 30.10 FOR A DISTANCE OF 2110 Pets: Free lo Rd, then follow signs.
COURT lien the defendant has in EASEMENT IS 1,331.39 TANCE OF 445.08 FEET OF THE NORTHWEST FEET; THENCE S 87.89 FEET TO THE Good Home
BY: K. McDaniel or to the property de- FEET OR 80.69 RODS TO THE POINT OF BEGIN- CORNER OF THE SW 8513'44" W FOR A POINT OF BEGINNING OF 2120 Pet Supplies Huge Yard Sale: Saturday
DEPUTY CLERK scribed in the Petition and AND CONTAINS 66,570 NING OF THE HEREIN QUARTER OF THE NW DISTANCE OF 21.80 THE HEREIN DESCRIBED 2130- Farm Animals/ Feb 6th 8:00- Rain or
LAW OFFICES OF DAVID to show cause why that SQUARE FEET OR 1.53 DESCRIBED PERMANENT QUARTER OF SAID. SEC- FEET;, THENCE N PERMANENT EASEMENT; 2140- Supplies Shine. Children to adult
J.STERN property should not be ACRES, MORE OR LESS. EASEMENT; THENCE S TION 29; THENCE ALONG 82*14'17" W FOR A THENCE S 7411'12" E 21 Pet/Lvanted clothes, dishes, odds and
ATTORNEY FOR taken for the uses and pur- THE SIDE LINES OF SAID 77O17'47" E FOR A DIS- THE NORTH UNE OF DISTANCE OF 83.19 FOR A DISTANCE OF 2150 Pet Memorials ends, Christmas items,
PLAINTIFF poses set forth in the Peti- FIFTY (50) FOOT WIDE TANCE OF 2710.61 FEET S A I D FEET; THENCE N 420.00 FEET TO THE computer items and much
900 SOUTH PINE ISLAND tion. If any Defendant fails PERMANENT EASEMENT TO THE POINT OF TERMI- QUARTER-QUARTER 87'21'27" W FOR A POINT OF TERMINUS ON .more. 1672 Hwy 173
ROAD SUITE 400 to do so, a default will be ARE TO BE EXTENDED NUS ON THE GRANTOR'S SECTION, S 88*05'36" E DISTANCE OF 113.26 THE GRANTOR'S EAST Graceville. From Bonifay
PLANTATION, FL entered against that De- OR SHORTENED TO TER- EAST PROPERTY LINE FOR A DISTANCE .OF FEET; THENCE N PROPERTY LINE, SAID. 2100 take 173 north 3 miles on
33324-3920 fendant for the relief de- MINATE AT THE AND THE EAST UNE OF 1350.04 FEET TO A 5/8" 89-16'57- W FOR A POINT BEING S 1545'37" Shrley's Pets has ex-' left form Little Rock
08-91318 CWF manded in the Petition. GRANTOR'S PROPERTY SAID SECTION 30, SAID IRON ROD WITH CAP DISTANCE OF 256.42 W FOR A DISTANCE OF ended. It now includes; Church.
IN ACCORDANCE WITH PLEASE TAKE FURTHER LINES. SUBJECT TO POINT BEING S 01"26'59" (PSM 3943) FOUND FOR FEET; THENCE N 87.50 FEET, S 74-14'23" E Pet Grooming and board- LARGE ABANDONED
THE AMERICANS WITH NOTICE that a Declaration EASEMENTS, RESTRIC- W FOR A DISTANCE OF THE NORTHWEST COR- 82"21'08" W FOR A DIS- FOR A DISTANCE OF ing;Pet Shop with fish, GOODS SALE.keabi
DISABIUTIES ACT, of Taking has been filed in TIONS, RESERVATIONS 4379.23 FEET TO A 5/8" NER OF THE SE QUAR- TANCE OF 140.75 FEET; 2433.38 FEET AND N small mammals, reptiles Flea Market, butyardsaig
persons with disabilities this- cause and that Peti- AND RIGHTS OF WAY OF IRON ROD WITH CAP (LS TER. OF THE NW THENCE S 8024'06" W 89"47'59" E FOR A DIS- and birds. Also added in p F ria sau-
needing a special tioner will apply for an-Or- RECORD. TOGETHER 1718) FOUND FOR THE QUARTER OF SAID SEC- FOR A DISTANCE OF TANCE OF 1245.46 FEET the last few months is Friday an5th & 6th,
accommodation should der of Taking vesting title WITH: SOUTHEAST CORNER OF TION 29; THENCE ALONG 64.13 FEET; THENCE S TO A 4" X 4" CONCRETE Kim's beauty Salon and a 8:00 AM-5:00 PM. Located
contact COURT and possession to the TEMPORARY .CON- SAID SECTION 30. TOTAL THE NORTH LINE OF 74'21'50" W, FOR A 'MONUMENT (NO IDENTI- Thrift.Store with new and 800 AM-500 PM. Locate
ADMINISTRATION, at the property as described in STRUCTION EASEMENT 1 LENGTH OF THE ABOVE S A I D DISTANCE 'OF 125.07 FICTION) FOUND FOR different itemseach eek. onue) Geneva, AL. Near
WASHINGTON County the Petitioninthenameof A TEMPORARY DESCRIBED PERMANENT QUARTER-QUARTER FEET; THENCE S THE SOUTHEAST COR- Located 118 W Hwy 90 Courthouse.
Courthouse at Petitioner, and any other CONSTRUCTION EASE- EASEMENT IS 2,710.61 SECTION, CONTINUING S 82*22'56" W FOR A DIS- NER OF SAID SECTION 8. Bonifay, FL OpenTuesday
8 5 0 6 3 8 6 2 8 5 order the Court deems MENT BOUNDED ON THE FEET OR 164.28 RODS 8805'36"'E FOR A DIS- TANCE OF 76.69 FEET; TOTAL LENGTH OF THE through Saturday.
1-800-955-8771 (TDD) or proper before the Honora- WEST AND EAST BY THE AND CONTAINS 135,531 TANCE OF 1,302.32 FEET THENCE S 67-13'34" W ABOVE DESCRIBED PER- 850-547-7387
1-800-955-8770, via Florida ble. Allen L. Register, Cir- GRANTOR'S PROPERTY SQUARE FEET OR 3.11 TO THE CALCULATED LO- FOR A DISTANCE "OF MANENT EASEMENT IS
Relay Service. cuit Judge, on Wednes- LINES AND BOUNDED ON ACRES, MORE OR LESS. CATION OF THE 58.05 FEET; THENCE S 420.00. FEET OR 25.45, 3240
As published in the day, April 14, 2010, at 9:30 THE SOUTH BY THE THE SIDE LINES OF SAID GRANTOR'S NORTH- 8113'40" W FOR .A .RODS AND CONTAINS e t AMMO-9mm, 38/357, 45
Washington. County News A.M. (CENTRAL TIME), 'of NORTH LINE OF THE FIFTY (50) FOOT WIDE WEST PROPERTY COR- DISTANCE OF 80.79 21,000 SQUARE FEET OR ACR 30-30, 35 REM,
February 6,13,2010. the Washington County ABOVE DESCRIBED PER- PERMANENT EASEMENT NER AND THE NORTH- FEET; THENCE S 0.48 ACRES, MORE OR 2110 45/70. New/factory re-
Courthouse, 1293 Jackson MANENT EASEMENT. ARE TO BE EXTENDED WEST CORNER OF THE 87"55'13" W FOR A DIS- LESS. THE SIDE LINES Puppies, Free to good loads. $8.00 & up w/brass
PUBLIC NOTICE Avenue, Chipley, Florida THE NORTH UNE OF THE OR SHORTENED TO TER- SW QUARTER OF THE NE TANCE OF 43.84 FEET; OF SAID FIFTY (50) FOOT .home. Born Jan. 4th. exchange. 50 CAL muzzle-
32428. All Defendants in TEMPORARY CON- MINATE AT THE QUARTER OF SAID SEC- THENCE N 80*01'45"' W WIDE PERMANENT EASE- Mother-Fiest, Father-Blue -loading bullets.- CBL,
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI- this action may request a STRUCTION EASEMENT GRANTOR'S PROPERTY TION 24; THENCE ALONG FOR. A DISTANCE OF. MENT ARE TO BE EX- Heeler. Beautiful puppies. 1 800-74 1 -9707,
FIED that the Board of hearing and be heard .at BEING MORE PARTICU- LINES. SUBJECT TO THE GRANTOR'S WEST- 108.15 FEET; THENCE N TENDED OR SHORTENED 1 male; 3 females. 850-260-1342, Chipley.
County Commissioners of the time and place desig- LARLY DESCRIBED AS EASEMENTS,. RESTRIC- ERLY PROPERTY LINE 85"35'04" W FOR A TO TERMINATE AT THE 850-836-4582.
Washington County, Flor- nated. Any Defendant fail- FOLLOWS: BEGINNING TIONS, RESERVATIONS AND THE WEST UNE OF DISTANCE OF 201.14 GRANTOR'S PROPERTY 0-8364
ida, will hold an Executive ing to file a request for AT THE INTERSECTION AND.RIGHTS OF WAY OF S A I D FEET; THENCE N LINES. SUBJECT TO
Session for the purpose of hearing shall waive any OF- THE GRANTOR'S RECORD. TOGETHER QUARTER-QUARTER 86"43'50" W FOR A EASEMENTS, RESTRIC- 3280
discussing settlement ne- right to object to the Order WEST PROPERTY LINE WITH-.: SECTION, S'01*23'36" W DISTANCE OF, 160.73 TIONS, RESERVATIONS .
gotiation,. strategy and liti- of Taking, AND THE NORTH UNE OF TEMPORARY CON- FOR A DISTANCE OF FEET; THENCE S AND RIGHTS OF WAY OF 2130' .. r L RR0CAGLE -
gation expenditures in a Dated this 28 day of Janu- THE ABOVE DESCRIBED STRUCTION EASEMENT t23.82 FEET TO THE 88-44'00" W FOR A RECORD. TOGETHER For Sale;. baby chicks, I, f youneedio 'I
matter of pending litigation ary, 2010. PERMANENT EASEMENT; A TEMPORARY POINT OF BEGINNING OF' DISTANCE OF 124.01 WITH: $1.00 each. -Laying hens 1'. "buy oe sell" |
Wednesday, February 9, LINDA HAYES COOK, THENCE ALONG THE CONSTRUCTION EASE- THE HEREIN DESCRIBED FEET; THENCE N TEMPORARY CON- $12.00 each: Baby ducks constrOction equipment;:
2010 commencing at Clerk of the Circuit Court GRANTOR'S WEST PROP-L MENT BOUNDED ON THE PERMANENT EASEMENT; 89"28'11" W FOR A DIS- STRUCTION EASEMENT $2.50 each. .. Call r Dozers, Loaders, -
10:00 a.m. The meeting By: K. MDaniel ERTY LINE, N 0115'53" E WEST AND EAST BY THE. THENCE S 71*15'19" E TANCE OF 289.06 FEET; A FIFTY (50) FOOT WIDE '850-547-3129 or Cell # I Excavators. Forrestry. I
will be held at the Board's Deputy Clerk FOR A DISTANCE OF GRANTOR'S PROPERTY FOR .A DISTANCE OF THENCE N 8702'03" W TEMPORARY CON- 850-415-2998. Contact
regular meeting place lo- AMERICANS WITH DISA- 50.79 FEET, THENCE S UNES AND BOUNDED ON 338.71 FEET TO A POINT FOR A DISTANCE OF STRUCTION EASEMENT .. ll:850-449-1432-'
cated at 1331 South ABILITIES ACT ASSIS- 78-37'11" E FOR A DIS- THE SOUTH BY THE HEREINAFTER RE-' 67.31 FEET .TO THE ADJOINING AND PARAL- .- __ ____,_
Boulevard, Chipley, Flor- TANCE: PERSONS WITH TANCE OF 48.79 FEET;, NORTH LINE OF THE FERRED TO AS REFER- POINT OF TERMINUS ON LEL WITH THE NORTH -
Ida. A DISABILITY NEEDING. THENCE S 11*22'49" W 'ABOVE DESCRIBED PER- ,ENCE POINT A FOR-THE THE GRANTOR'S WEST LINE OF THE ABOVE DE- ,'
The meeting will convene SPECIAL ACCOMMODA- FOR A DISTANCE OF MANENT EASEMENT. PURPOSE OF DESCRIB- PROPERTY LINE AND SCRIBED PERMANENT (
in public session, after TION IN ORDER TO AC- 25.00 FEET; THENCE S THE NORTH'LINE OF THE 'ING THE TEMPORARY THE EAST RIGHT OF WAY EASEMENT. 3
which the executive ses- CESS COURT FACILITIES 7837'11". E FOR A TEMPORARY CON- ACCESS EASEMENT; LINE OF OWENS COM- CONTAINS 21,000 DIVORCE with or with-
sion will commence. The OR PARTICIPATE IN A DISTANCE OF 247.76 STRUCTION EASEMENT THENCE CONTINUING S MUNITY ROAD. IT IS THE SQUARE FEET OR 0.48 ..l out Children ,$125.00.
only persons permitted to COURT PROCEEDING AT FEET; THENCE N BEING MORE PARTICU- 7115'19"' E FOR A DIS- INTENT OF THIS DE- ACRES, MORE OR LESS. I a With FREE name
attend the Executive ANY COURTHOUSE OR 11"22'49" E FOR A LARLY DESCRIBED AS TANCE OF 1050.62 FEET SCRIPTION THAT THE THE SIDE UNES OF SAID MCHANDISE change documents and
Session are: the Board COURT PROGRAM, DISTANCE' OF .25.00 FOLLOWS: BEGINNING TO THE POINT OF TERMI- SIDE LINES OF SAID FIFTY (50) FOOT WIDE ---'--"- marital .settlement
Members, the Chief Ad- SHOULD WITHIN TWO (2) FEET; THENCE' S AT THE INTERSECTION NUS ON THE GRANTOR'S THIRTY (30) FOOT WIDE TEMPORARY CON- 3100 Antiques agreement. Fast and
ministrative Officer of the DAYS OF RECEIPT- OF 7837'11" E FOR A OF THE GRANTOR'S EAST PROPERTY LINE TEMPORARY ACCESS S T R U C T I 0 N 3110-Appliances' easy. Call us
Board, the West Side Su- NOTICE,' CONTACT DISTANCE OF 51.22 WEST PROPERTY LINE AND THE EAST UNE OF EASEMENT ARE TO BE EASEMENT(S) ARE TO BE 3120 Arts & Crafts 2 4 h r s / 7 da y s :
pervisor, the Board's Attor- WASHINGTON COUNTY FEET; THENCE N AND THE NORTH UNE OF S A I D EXTENDED OR SHORT- EXTENDED OR SHORT- 3130 -Aucttons (888)789-0 1 98;
neys, and an Official Court COURTS, COURT ADMIN- 2354'31" E FOR A THE ABOVE DESCRIBED QUARTER-QUARTER ENED TO TERMINATE AT ENED TO TERMINATE AT 3150-Buaby ItngSupples www.CourtDivorceSdrvice.
Reporter. Following the Ex- ISTRATION, P.O. BOX DISTANCE OF 51.22 PERMANENT EASEMENT; SECTION. THE INTERSECT LINES THE GRANTOR'S PROP- 3160 -Business corn
ecutive Session, the Board 826, MARIANNA, FLORIDA FEET;' THENCE S THENCE ALONG THE TOTAL LENGTH OF THE USED FOR THE BEGINN- ERTY LINES. SUBJECT Equipment
will reconvene in. public 32447, 850-718-0026. IF 78*37'11" E FOR .A GRANTOR'S WEST PROP- ABOVE' ESCRIBED PER- ING AND END, AND THE TO EASEMENTS, RE- 3170 Collectibles Get Dish -FREE
session forthe purpose of YOU ARE HEARING OR DISTANCE OF 150.00 ERTY UNE, N 01*18'36" E MANENT EASEMENT IS ,POINT OF EXIT AND STRICTIONS, RESERVA- 3180- Computers Installation-$19.99/mo
taking .any official action VOICE IMPAIRED, CALL FEET; THENCE S FOR A DISTANCE OF 1,389.33 FEET OR 84.20 POINT OF. RE-ENTRY OF TIONS AND RIGHTS. OF 0 Electronics HBO & Showtime
required and for adjourn- 800-955-8771. 11"22'49" W FOR A DIS- 25.50 FEET; THENCE S RODS AND CONTAINS THE' CENTERLINE DE- WAY OF RECORD. 3210- Free Pass It Onr HD
ing this meeting. PARTY UST TANCE OF, 50.00 FEET;. 77O17'47" E FOR A DIS- 69,467 SQUARE FEET OR SCRIPTION, THOSE As published In the' Wash- 3220 Furniture Channels FREE Lowest
DATED this 28 day of Parcel FL-WASH-019 THENCE S 78'37'11" E TANCE OF 984.71 FEET; 1.59 ACRES, MORE OR UNES BEING THE GRAN- ington County News Feb-. 3230 Garage/Yard Sales Prices-No Equipment
January,2010. Harrell M. Sapp 200 Sapp FOR A DISTANCE OF THENCE N 1242'13" E LESS. THE SIDE LINES TOR'S PROPERTY UNES, ruary 6, 13, 2010. 3240 Guns to Buy! Call Now for full
B A R D StreetVernon, FL 32462 128.62 FEET; THENCE N FOR A DISTANCE OF OF SAID FIFTY (50) FOOT PUBLIC RIGHTS OF WAY, 320 Thea wings to Eat Details-(877) 479-3572
OF/COUNTY/COMMIS- Emily Sapp Gipson 2896 1122'49" E FOR A 125.00 FEET; THENCE S WIDE PERMANENT EASE- AND/OR OTHER UNES AS 3270- Jewelry/Clothing Jazzy Electric
SIONERSOFWASHINGTPN Mason Road Vernon, FL DISTANCE OF 50.00 77'17'47" E FOR A MENT ARE TO BE EX- CALLED FOR' IN THE 3280- Machinery/ Po chair Excellent
COUNTY FLORIDA, 32462 :'FEET; THENCE .S DISTANCE OF 300.00 TENDED OR SHORTENED ABOVE., DESCRIBED Equipment Powerhar. Excellent
BY: PETER HERBERT, Claudia Sapp Worthington 7837'11" E FOR A FEET; .-THENCE S TO TERMINATE AT THE EASEMENT. IT IS -IN- ~ 3290 Medical Equipment condition. Cost $5,000, sell
COUNTY MANAGER 717 Trailwood Drive DISTANCE OF 150.00 1242'13" W FOR A GRANTOR'S PROPERTY TENDED THAT THE LE- 1110 300 Mscellaneous for $1,000. Ladines 14 kriat
As published in the Apopka, FL 32712-3230 FEET;. THENCE S DISTANCE OF 100.00 JLINES. SUBJECT TO GAL DESCRIPTION(S) 3310- Musical bstmetyellow gold diamondring
Washington County News Parcel FL-WASH-053 00*24'18" E- FOR A NFEET; THENCE S EASEMENTS, RESTRIC- FOR THE ABOVE DE- 3320 -Plants & Shrus/ 17 brilliant cut diamonds.
February 3,6,2010. Alfred William Moore, Jr. DISTANCE OF 51.08 77'17'47" E FOR A TIONS, RESERVATIONS SCRIBED TEMPORARY COLOR 3330 Restaurant/Hotel acken au 20
IN THE FOURTEENTH JU- 2877 Bruner Dairy Road FEET; THENCE S DISTANCE OF 1022.64 AND RIGHTS OF 'WAY ACCESS EASEMENT(S) 3340 Sporting Goods karawi allow take $600. Ladiames 1ond
DICIAL CIRCUIT COURT Vemon, FL 32462 7837'11" E FOR A FEET; THENCE N RECORDS. TOGETHER FOLLOW AND ENCOM- Get 'our ClassilfedAd 3350 Tickets (Buy & Sell) karat yellow god diamond
IN AND FOR WASHING. Heather H. Moore 2877 DISTANCE OF, 51.08 12*42'13" E FOR A WITH: PASS THE EXISTING DIRT COLORIn brilliant cut dmondR
TON COUNTY, FLORIDA Bruner Dairy Road Vernon, FEET; THENCE S DISTANCE OF 50.00 TEMPORARY' CON- -ROADS THEY FOLLOW ., COLOR. lbn placement cut diamonds. Re-
FL 32462 11"22'49" E- FOR A FEET; THENCE" S STRUCTIONEASEMENT THROUGH THE, Ca now ordetl 313lacem wi en t value $700,
CASE NO.: 67-10-CA-014 Your-Best-Rate Financial, DISTANCE OF 25.00 7717'47" E FOR A A FIFTY (50) FOOT WIDE GRANTOR'S PROPERTY, 6,)1 and be not85ced 0-956-2037will take $700
PARCELSS: FL-WASH-019 L.L.C., a Georgia limited li- FEET; THENCE S DISTANCE 'OF 300.00 TEMPORARY CON- TOTAL LENGTH OF THE | 630212 AUCTION 850-956-2037.
FL-WASH-053 ability company c/o C T 7837'11" E FOR A FEET; THENCE S STRUCTION EASEMENT ABOVE DESCRIBED TEM- I -. r Sat., Feb. 27, 2010. Pre-Engineered Steel
FL-WASH-058 Corporation System, as DISTANCE' OF 314.53 12*42'13" W FOR A ADJOINING AND PARAL- PORARY ACCESS EASE- '-,. .. 9414'8:00AM. Hwy 231 N. Building Sale- Low As
FL-WASH251 Registered Agent 1200 FEET; THENCE N DISTANCE OF 50.00 LELWITH THE NORTH MENT IS 2,999.91 FEET Campbellton, FL. $3.89/SF. 30 Yeat War-
South Pine Island Road 11122'49" E FOR A DIS- FEET; THENCE S UNE OF THE ABOVE DE- OR 181.81 RODS, AND Farm dispersal, Estate, ranty. Church Build-
FLORIDA GAS TRANSMIS- Plantation, FL 33324 TANCE OF 25.00 FEET; 7717'47". E FOR A SCRIBED PERMANENT CONTAINS 89,247 Construction, Bank ings, Garages, Ware-
SION COMPANY, LLC, a Mortgage Electronic Reg- THENCE S 78*37'11" E DISTANCE OF 98.42 FEET EASEMENT. SQUARE FEET OR 2.05 Repos, plus houses, Mini-Storage,
Del4ware limited liability istration Systems, Inc., as FOR A DISTANCE OF TO THE GRANTOR'S CONTAINS 69,467 ACRES, MORE OR LESS. *- Consignments. Barns, Multi-Use, Mari-
company. nominee for 44.48 FEET; THENCE N EAST PROPERTY LINE; SQUARE FEET OR 1.59 ALL SUBJECT-TO EASE- 1120 Mason Auction & Sales, nas, Factory Erection &
Petitioner. Your-Best-Rate Financial, 11*22'49" E FOR A THENCE ALONG THE ACRES, MORE OR LESS. MENTS, 'RESTRICTIONS, LLC. #642. Field. Service Available
v L.L.C., a Georgia limited li- DISTANCE OF 50.00 GRANTOR'S EAST PROP- THE SIDE UNES OF SAID RESERVATIONS AND 850-263-0473, Office (800)720-6857.
HARRELL M. SAPP et al ability company c/o Elec- FEET; THENCE S. ERTY UNE, S 01"26'59" W FIFTY (50) FOOT WIDE RIGHTS OF WAY REC- Advertising that works.. 850-258-7652, Chad _
Defendants. tronic Data Systems, LLC, .7837'11" E FOR A DIS- FOR A DISTANCE OF TEMPORARY CON- ORDS.. Put your ad in over 100 850-849-0792, Gerald r-Wn -" to Rent
as Registered Agent 3300 TANCE OF 114.24 FEET 50.98 FEET TO ITS INTER- STRUCTION EASEMENT FL-WASH-251 Papers : throughout www.masonauction.com | I d asture nI
SUMMONS TO SHOW SW 34th Avenue, Suite TO THE GRANTOR'S SECTION WITH THE ARE TO BE EXTENDED PERMANENT EASEMENT Florida for one low Farmn lad or pasture in
CAUSE, NOTICE OF EMI- 101 Ocala, FL 34474 EAST PROPERTY LINE; NORTH LINE OF THE OR SHORTENED TO-TER- A BASEUNE DESCRIP- ratel I Call (866) Foreclosed Home I Chipley. Vernon. ,
NENT DOMAIN PRO- Parcel FL-WASH-058 THENCE ALONG THE ABOVE DESCRIBED PER- MINATE AT. THE TION OF A PERMANENT 742-1373 or visit Auction 450+, Homes I Grcevie. Bonfay area.
CEEDINGS AND NOTICE Carl Slaughter, 1598 Grest- GRANTOR'S EAST PROP- MANENT EASEMENT. GRANTOR'S PROPERTY EASEMENT FIFTY (50) www.florida-classifieds.co Feb 27 Open House: "850-718-1 59
OF HEARING, view Drive A-3 Madison, ERTY UNE, S 0110'23" W CONTAINS 155,856 UNES. TOGETHER WITH: FEET IN WIDTH, LYING 25 m 2/13,20,21 View Full
IN THE NAME OF AND BY TN 37115 FOR A DISTANCE OF SQUARE FEEt OR 3.58 TEMPORARY ACCESS FEET EACH SIDE OF SAID L, i s t i n g s Wanted: Junk appliances,
THE AUTHORITY'OF THE Edwin Arthur Bethea, 3206 101.61 FEET TO ITS IN- ACRES, MORE OR LESS.' EASEMENT A BASELINE BASELINE SITUATED IN www.Auction.com lawn-mowers, farm and
STATE OF FLORIDA: Shamrock East Tallahas- TERSECTION WITH THE SUBJECT I TO EASE- DESCRIPTION OF A TEM- SECTION 8, TOWNSHIP 2 garden equipment, golf
TO ALL THE SHERIFFS see, FL 32309., NORTH LINE OF THE' MENTS, RESTRICTIONS, PORARY ACCESS EASE- NORTH, RANGE 12 s Public Auction 450+ carts, satellites for free. I
OF THE STATE AND TO Joyce Monette Bethea ABOVE DESCRIBED PER- RESERVATIONS AND MENT THIRTY (30) FEET WEST, WASHINGTON Travel Trailers, Park will pick up. Call
ALL WHOM IT MAY CON- Martin, 4361 Enchanted MANENT EASEMENT. .RIGHTS OF WAY OF REC- IN WIDTH, AND BEING COUNTY, FLORIDA, BE- I 1130 I Homes, Mobile Homes 850-547-0088
CERN: Circle Nashville, TN 37218 CONTAINS 73,984 ORD. MORE PARTICULARLY ING ON, OVER AND 2007-2005 Models NO
YOU ARE COMMANDED Leisa V. Johnson, 3700 SQUARE FEET OR 1.70 FL-WASH-058 DESCRIBED AS FOL- ACROSS LOT 6, BLOCK MINIMUM PRICE
to serve this summons and Capital Circle SE. Apt#209 ACRES, MORE OR LESS. PERMANENT EASEMENT LOWS: BEGINNING AT 25 BUCKHORN CREEK Are you Pregnant? Carencro, LA Satur-
a copy of the Petition In Tallahassee, FL 32309 TOGETHER WITH: A BASELINE DESCRIP- THE AFOREMENTIONED LIMITED ACRES (PLAT Considering adoption? day, Feb 6, 2010 I 3310 ..
Eminent Domain, the Dec- Valerie D. Johnson, 2776 TEMPORARY CON- TION OF A PERMANENT REFERENCE POINT A; BOOK 3, PAGES 168We are married couple (225)686-2252 or MUSIC LESSONS; Piano,
laration of Taking, the No- McFarlane Court Talla- STRUCTION EASEMENT 2 EASEMENT FIFTY (50) THENCE S 25"28'42" W THROUGH' 172 INCLU- seeking to adopt. Fl- www.hendersonauctions.c Guitar, Bass, Drums,
twice of Lis Pendens, the hassee, FL32303 A TWENTY FIVE (25)' FEET IN WIDTH, LYING 25 FOR A DISTANCE OF SIVE) DESCRIBED BY nancial security. MEx- omLALIC136 Banjo, Mandolin, Violin,
Motion to Appoint Process Parcel FL-WASH-251 FOOT WIDE TEMPORARY. FEET ON EACH SIDE OF 191.90 FEET, THENCE S QUIT CLAIM DEED TO senses paid. Call Maria Flute. Covington Music.
Server and the Petitioner's Bienvenido Caro, 1304 CONSTRUCTION EASE- SAID BASELINE, SITU- 0823'17" E FOR A DIS- BIENVENIDO CARO RE- & Ernie (ask for We buy used musical in-
Motion for Order Uting Midland Ave C-61 Yonkers, MENT' ADJOINING AND ATED IN SECTION 29, TANCE OF 121.32 FEET; CORDED INs OFFICIAL m80)he5l0 FL strumen Downtown
Service of Paper, upon: All NY 10704 PARALLEL WITH THE TOWNSHIP 3 NORTH, THENCE S 3359'52" W RECORDS BOOK 313, (800)790-5260. FL 3200 Chipley. 850-638-5050.
defendants named in the EXHIBIT "A" SOUTH LINE OF THE RANGE 14 WEST, WASH- FOR A DISTANCE OF PAGE 55 IN THE PUBLIC Bar# 0150789' firewo will
attached party list and all LEGAL DESCRIPTION ABOVE DESCRIBED PER- INGTON COUNTY, FLOR- 51.21 FEET; THENCE S RECORDS OF WASHING- For Sale: firewood will
persons claiming interests FL-WASH-019 MANENT EASEMENT. IDA, BEING ON, OVER 70"08'47" W FOR A TON COUNTY, FLORIDA, deliver. 850-373-6350 or
by, through, under or PERMANENT EASEMENT CONTAINS 33,286 AND ACROSS THAT CER- DISTANCE OF 85.14 AND BEING MORE PAR- 850-547-0131
against the named defend- A BASELINE DESCRIP- SQUARE FEET OR 0.76 TAIN TRACT OF LAND DE- FEET; THENCE S TICULARLY DESCRIBED Pregnant? Considering
ants; all persons having or TION OF A PERMANENT ACRES, MORE OR LESS. SCRIBED BY WARRANTY 5945'15" W FOR A AS FOLLOWS: COM- adoption? A married
claiming to have any right,. EASEMENT FIFTY. (50) THE SIDE UNES OF SAID DEED TO CARL R. DISTANCE OF 59.48 MENACING AT A 4" X 4" couple, large extended
title, or interest in the prop- FEET IN WIDTH, LYING 25 TWENTY FIVE (25) FOOT' SLAUGHTER, EDWIN AR- FEET; THENCE 'S CONCRETE MONUMENT family, seeks to adopt I 3230
erty described in Exhibit FEET EACH SIDE OF SAID WIDE TEMPORARY CON- THUR BETHEA, JOYCE 33046'00" W FOR A (NO IDENTIFICATION) Financially secure. Ex-
"A" and the unknown BASELINE, SITUATED IN S T R y C.T I 0 N MONETTEBETHEAMAR- DISTANCE .OF 53.59 FOUND FOR THE'SOUTH- penises paid. Call 3 Family yard sale: Febru- PLYENT
spouses of the SECTION 13, TOWNSHIP EASEMENT(S) ARE TO BE TIN, LEISA V. JOHNSON FEET; THENCE S WEST CORNER OF SAID (800)590-1108 ref # ary5th & 6th,8am to4 .-P -. ,
above-rnamed defendants, 3 NORTH, RANGE 16 EXTENDED ORSHORP AND VALERIE D. JOHN- 11035'30" E FOR A SECTION 8; THENCE 3757. Agency # p.m. Hwy 77 (Bethlehem 4100-HelpWanted
if any, and their heirs, devi- WEST,- WASHINGTON ENED TO TERMINATE AT SON RECORDED IN OFFI- DISTANCE OF 121.42 ALONG THE WEST LINE 100003635 Highway) on Adolph Whit- 4130 Employment
sees, assignees, grantees, COUNTY, FLORIDA,. BE- THE GRANTOR'S PROP- CIAL RECORDS BOOK FEET; THENCE S OF SAID SECTION 8, N aker Rd. Information
creditors, lessees, execu- ING ON, OVER AND ERTY LINES. ALL SUB- 192, PAGE 575 AND OFFI- 1241'57" W FOR A 00o47'13" E FOR A DIS-
tors, administrators, mort- ACROSS THAT CERTAIN JECT TO EASEMENTS, CIAL RECORDS BOOK DISTANCE OF 49.27 TANCE OF 1157.04 FEET
gagees, judgment credi- TRACT OF LAND DE- RESTRICTIONS, RESER- 265, PAGE 2025, BOTH IN FEET; THENCE S TO THE CALCULATED LO-
tors, trustees, lienholders, SCRIBED BY WARRANTY NATIONS AND RIGHTS THE PUBLIC RECORDS 3208'29" W FOR A CATION OF THE SOUTH- E1jfJ
persons in possession, DEED TO EMILY SAPP OF WAY OF RECORD. OF WASHINGTON DISTANCE OF 60.94 WEST CORNER OF
and any and all other per- GIPSON AND CLAUDIA FL-WASH-053 COUNTY, FLORIDA, AND FEET; THENCE S AFOREMENTIONED
sons having or claiming to SAPP WORTHINGTON, PERMANENT EASEMENT BEING MORE PARTICU- 1350'03" W FOR A BLOCK 25; THENCE "-
have any right, title or ii- RECORDED IN OFFICIAL A BASELINE DESCRIP- LARLY DESCRIBED AS DISTANCE OF 25.15 ALONG THE SOUTH LINE
terest by, through, under RECORDS BOOK 541, TION OF A PERMANENT FOLLOWS: COMMENC- FEET; 'THENCE S OF SAID BLOCK 25, S -- ,
or against the PAGE 44 IN THE PUBUC EASEMENT FIFTY (50) ING AT A 5/8" IRON ROD 06"27'08" E FOR A 74o14'23" E FOR A DIS-
Sabove-named defendants, RECORDS OF WASHING- FEET IN WIDTH, LYING 25 WITH CAP (NO IDENTIFIl DISTANCE OF 61.92 TANCE OF 1353.57 FEET
or otherwise claiming any TON COUNTY, FLORIDA, FEET EACH SIDE OF SAID CATION) FOUND FOR FEET; THENCE S
right, title, or interest in the AND BEING MORE PAR- BASELINE, SITUATED IN
real property described in TICULARLY DESCRIBED SECTION 30, TOWNSHIP .. "
this action. AS FOLLOWS: COM- 3 NORTH, RANGE 14
NOTICE IS HEREBY MENCING AT A 4" X 4" WEST, WASHINGTON
GIVEN TO THE DEFEND- CONCRETE MONUMENT COUNTY, FLORIDA, BE- D g e tn
ANTS NAMED IN THE AT- (NO IDENTIFICATION) ING ON, OVER AND Valentine's Day greetings
TACHED PARTY UST AND FOUND FOR THE ACROSS THAT CERTAIN | 5
TO ALL WHOM IT MAY GRANTOR'S NORTH- TRACT OF LAND DE-
CONCERN, INCLUDING WEST PROPERTY COR- SCRIBED BY WARRANTY for loved ones
ALL PARTIES CLAIMING NER AND THE NORTH- DEED TO ALFRED WIL-
ANY INTEREST BY WEST CORNER OF SAID LIAM MOORE, JR..AND
THROUGH, UNDER OR SECTION 13; THENCE HEATHER H. MOORE RE- line
AGAINST THE NAMED ALONG THE GRANTOR'S CORDED IN OFFICIAL nly for 8 lI es0 *
DEFENDANTS; AND TO WEST PROPERTY LINE RECORDS BOOK 782, Each additional line: 25
ALL HAVING OR CLAIM- AND THE WEST UNE OF PAGE 110 IN THE PUBLIC additional line:
ING TO HAVE ANY RIGHT; SAID SECTION 13, S RECORDS OF WASHING- Valentine's Day artwork: $2.00
TITLE, OR INTEREST. IN 01"15'53" W (BASIS OF TON COUNTY, FLORIDA, A
TE-H PRO PERT DE. BEARINGS) FOR A DIS- AND BEING MORE PAR-


SCRIBED IN the Petition, TANCE OF 2707.03 FEET TICULARLY DESCRIBED C&C Bookkeeping and Affordable. Roofing, Re- For Rent first in Chipley, Publishes Sat., Feb. 13 in the'
that Petitioner has filed a TO THE POINT OF BEGIN- AS FOLLOWS: COM- Tax Service. Open 5 days modeling, -& Guttering, Mini Warehouses. If you
Petition in Eminent Domain NING OF THE HEREIN MENCING AT A 5/8" IRON a week. 8am to 5pm. Call Free Estimates Comm- don't have the room, "We Washington County News
and Declaration of Taking DESCRIBED PERMANENT ROD IN A CONCRETE (850)638-1483 ercial, and Residential, Do" Lamar Townsend dl Th Feb. 11 at noon
to acquire certain property EASEMENT; THENCE S MONUMENT (NO IDENTI- Call 596-1196/596-2138 (850)638-4539, north of Deadline: Thurs.,- Feb. 1 B
interests in Washington 78'37'11" E FOR A DIS- FICATION) FOUND FOR Uc#RC 29027242 & Townsends.
County, Florida as de- TANCE OF 1331.39 FEET THE NORTHWEST COR- CGC 1506283 TO place an ad or for more information
scribed in the Petition. TO THE POINT OF TERMI- NER OF SAID SECTION
Each Defendant and any NUS ON THE GRANTOR'S 30; THENCE ALONG THE c--I call:
other person claiming any EAST PROPERTY LINE NORTH LINE OF SAID Machine and V
interest in, or having a lien AND THE EAST LINE OF SECTION 30, S 89"28'35" GLORIA's BEAUTY SHOP 2
upon, such property is re- THE WEST HALF OF THE E (BASIS OF BEARINGS) Jan. & Feb. Wed. specials; Sewing Machine and Vac638- 021
quired to serve a copy of WEST HALF OF SAID FOR A DISTANCE OF $5.00 off perms, -SOD & SEED on the farm, uum Cleaner Repair, guar-
written answer and de- SECTION 13, SAID POINT 2659.93 FEET TO THE $1 off means haircuts & delivered or installed. Cen- anteed service on all
fenses to the Petition upon BEING S 01*10'23"W FOR CALCULATED LOCATION manicures. tipede St. Augustine Ber- makes and models. Free shingtonounI Love
Kristin M. Tolbert, of the A DISTANCE OF 2361.10 OF THE GRANTOR'S Call Portia for an muda. West Florida Turf estimates. Western Auto, You
law firm of Bricklemyer FEET; THENCE S NORTHWEST PROPERTY appointment. (850) 415-0385; 638-4860. 216 N. Waukesha, Bonifay.
Smolker & Bolves, P.A., 88o47'28" E FOR A DIS- CORNER AND THE 638-8162 Established 1980 547-3910 '
500 East Kennedy Boule- TANCE OF 3943.41 FEET NORTHWEST CORNER N____,, W___._____
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Student Exchange Gator Pond off Hwy 77 2BR/2BA 16X70. Very Abandoned Upstate Boat Pro Sports. 9,t waIk
Administrate Program Seeks Local near Sunnyhills in Wash- clean. $18,900. Call Brad NY Farm. Absolute 1976 Suzuki Motorcycle th Pro Swindshield, rails
Coordinators Passion- l.jngton County; Approxi- @850-763-7780. sale. 10 acres stream GT 500A. 12,000 miles up front. Buggy top.
SuLooking fo mer ate about your commu- For Rent; 2BR/1BA house mately 2 acres high and $29,9001 Lake region, uroI t OUVMAS w/sidecar. Excellent condi- V411 oYamaha tan
Supere resentatomve nity? Help us expand! in Vernon, large fenced dry, next to water manage- 3BR/2BA 16X80 w/new woods, fields. Solid in- .ECEEnocNAL.. tion.$3,100.773-5372 dem traler. Low running
Service Representative Unpaid but monetary, yard washer/dryer, $550. ment area, secluded, carpet, paint, fireplace. vestment! Terms! Vir- 8100 Antique & Collectibls adem traler run
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