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INSIDE


Mongoven building back in family hands


Chipley
Tigers'
supporters
Youth minister Ryan
Collins of Courts
of Praise Church
accepted a sponsors
award from the
Chipley High School
basketball program

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NASCAR's
Best of 2008
announced

Sportswriters pick
Jimmie Johnson's
three-peat as biggest
story of 2008

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'To-do' list

Chipley Council adds
to its 'To-do' list

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INDEX
Arrests Report.................Page A2
Classifieds ........................Page A6


Phone: (850) 638-0212
Web site: chipleypaper.com
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JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afelsberg@chipleypaper.com
CHIPLEY The controversial
Mongoven building at 644 Fifth
Street is back in family hands.
Bill Mongoven paid $6,390.97 in
back taxes on Dec. 23 before
the building went up for auc-
tion.
According to records at
the Washington County Court-
house, Mongoven is also in the
process of foreclosing on the
original owners, Dennis and
Sally Carrasquillo.
Papers have been filed and
served according to court re-
cords.
The Carrasquillos were also
cited for being in violation of


City codes as of Sept. 25, 2008
when the Mongoven building
was cited as an "unoccupied,
partially destroyed building,"
according to court records. The
Carrasquillos were fined $500
and given 30 days to bring the
property into compliance or be
assessed a fine of $100 a day.
County Judge Colby Peel
also ruled that codes enforce-
ment officers have to right to
enter and inspect the building
if there appears to be safety
hazards that need to be ad-
dressed. The City has the right
to make any necessary emer-
gency repairs without further
court order.
Any costs would be filed
as a special assessment lien
against the property.


JAY FELSBERG I Managing Editor
TAXES PAID: Bill Mongoven settled the tax bill on his building in Chipley.


Fatal crash report


WASHINGTON COUNTY CRASH: Five people died in a December 2006 plane crash near Greenhead.



NTSB blames pilot, stor


JON MILTIMORE
Florida Freedom Newswire
jmitmore@pcnh.com
GREENHEAD National Transpor-
tation Safety Board officials have
determined the pilot's actions in
stormy weather were the probable
cause of a 2006 plane crash that
killed five people.
The NTSB released a probable
cause report Sunday, more than two
years after the crash north of Pana-
ma City. The report cited "improper
planning" and "continued flight into
known adverse weather" as the
likely causes of the crash.
Pilot John Johnson, of South Wal-
ton County; Wanda Irby, of Seacrest
Beach; Deborah Irby, of South Wal-
ton County; and Roxanne Costello
and husband Barry DeLong, of San-
ta Rosa Beach; were killed when
the plane crashed in the Greenhead
area, just off State 77 north of the
Bay-Washington County line.
Gerri Goldman, whose brother,
Barry, was killed in the wreck, said
Monday she was relieved the report
was completed.
"It's been a terrible experience,"
Goldman said. "My brother and his
wife were a really big part of our
lives."
Goldman said she will always
wonder exactly what caused the
plane to crash but was impressed
by the detail of the report.
"I thought it was a very thorough
report, better than I expected,"
Goldman said.


SITE: Washington County deputies put up tape around the site of a
crash near Greenhead in December 2006.


On Dec. 22, 2006, at about 8:32
a.m., a twin-engine 421 Cessna
Golden Eagle, piloted by Johnson,
departed from Destin for the Baha-
mas with four passengers.
According to the NTSB report,
Federal Aviation Administration re-
cords show Johnson contacted Eg-
lin Clearance Delivery for a weath-
er briefing and discussed a route
to circumvent weather systems in
northern Florida, including "Level
6" thunderstorms, which are simi-
lar to severe thunderstorms.
About one minute after Johnson
was cleared for takeoff, the report
stated an unidentified person at
South Approach Control informed
Johnson "in about another three
miles, I'm showing no weather at all


between you and Pensacola."
For the next several minutes,
South Approach Control navigated
Johnson on a path around weather
systems to the southeast of his po-
sition. At 8:35 a.m., Johnson was
told by Control, "There's so much
weather around, I don't have a lot of
area to vector you into."
Johnson made contact with Tyn-
dall Approach Control at 8:41, the
report said, and was told he was
"entering a line of weather that's go-
ing to continue for about 15 miles."
Johnson requested and received a
block clearance at 8:48 a.m., as the
plane was "up and down here quite
a bit." That was Johnson's final
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JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afelsberg@chipleypaper.com
CHIPLEY "Our mission is
to build strong kids, strong
families and strong com-
munities through programs
that develop a healthy spir-
it, mind, and body for all
individuals," Joe Casal said
recently. The president and
FILE PHOTOS CEO of YMCA of Florida's
Emerald Coast was guest
speaker at the Washington
County Chamber of Com-
merce and before that at
m Chipley City Council.
"We've had a great first
year," Casal said. "We have
been blessed so far."
Tim Hall is director of
the Chipley program and
said that over 800 clients
have been served with
baseball, softball, T-ball
and soccer.
YMCA came to Chipley
when the City found itself


in dif-
ficulty
provid-
ing rec-
reation
ser-
vices
due to
cuts in
support
from the
Board of
County
Commis-
sioners.
Local
volun-
teers
with Tri-
County
YMCA


TIM HALL


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a crucial time
for young peo-
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joined with YMCA of Flori-
da's Emerald Coast to offer
recreation facilities in Chi-
pley. The Y obtained use of
buildings 'and facilities for
activities.
The result was a solu-
tion to the City's problem
and a service for local chil-
dren. The City budgeted
$50,000 (much less than
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Saturday, January 3, 2009


Council adds to its 'to-do' list


CECILIA SPEARS
Stafl'Writer
cspears@chipleypaper.com
CHIPLEY Chipley City Council held a
special meeting December 30, to amend
the Historic Preservation Grant Award
Agreement for City Hall on their list of


upcoming projects.
The amendment is to add: "repair of
roof, rafters, windows, doors, siding; in-
stallation, wall flashing, protective fenc-
ing for air handler; and selective demoli-
tion" to their authorized project work list.
The Council also held the. first read-
ing of Ordinance No. 889: "an ordinance


amending the comprehensive plan of the
City of Chipley providing for revisions
to the capital improvements element;
providing for revisions to the capital im-
provements technical document; provid-
ing for a title; providing for a copy on file;
providing for severability; and providing
for an effective date."


Which is insure the necessary amend-
ments, copies and files are made to the
comprehensive plan before it is submit-
ted at the first of the year.
The public hearing to adopt the Com-
prehensive Plan Amendment will be held
Jan. 8 and the next special meeting is
scheduled for Jan. 20.


Sponsors honored


CHIPLEY SUPPORTERS: The
Chipley High School
basketball program
recently honored
sponsors at a home
game. Top photo: left,
Mike Lee of the Bank
of Bonifay accepted
honors from A. J.
Roulhac and Coach
Joel Orlando. Bottom
photo: Youth Minister
Ryan Collins of Courts
of Praise Church also
accepted honors.
For information on
becoming a sponsor
call 638-6100.


YMCA's Casal: It's a crucial time for young people


JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afelsberg@chipleypaper.com
CHIPLEY Joe Casal knows young
people after many years with YMCA
of Florida's Emerald Coast. Casal
and the Y are in operation in Chi-
pley and have served over 800 young
people to date, and he emphasized
the importance of the Y in a recent
speech at the Washington County


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what would have been necessary if the
City tried to fund recreation activities)
and donations have been raised and fees
charged.


Chamber of Commerce.
"There is a major crisis with
young people," Casal said, "includ-
ing children you see every day. It's a
crisis of lifestyle."'
For example, by 2010, 50 percent
of children will be overweight, "with
diabetes and other health-related
issues involved," Casal said.
He called for children and their
families to participate in exercise
and healthy lifestyles.


"We never turn anyone away for their
lack of ability to pay," Casal said:
The Y is also the largest child-care
organization in the United States, with
40 percent of its clients from families on
fixed assistance.
The Y offers before school and af-
ter school services as well as summer
camp.


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"The best thing is the family par-
ticipating together and every family
member can be a part," he said.
Casal said the Y also strives to'
teach positive character traits, in-
cluding caring, honesty, responsibil-
ity and respect.
He urged more community sup-
port for families and participation in
Y programs.
"Join ooui family, its your family,"
Casal said.


ARREST REPORT

Arrest report from the Washington County
Sheriff's Department for the week of Dec. 22
through Dec. 29, 2008.
SJulian Fred Brock II: 28, Vernon, contempt of
court.
Tristan Elizabeth Brock: 24, Vernon,
contempt of court.
Isaac George Cadenhead: 24, battery/touch
or strike.
Tuesday Lynn Cooey: 25, Bonifay, driving
while license suspended or revoked.
Tommy George Crawley: 43, Caryville,
contempt of court, burglary of dwelling or
structure, aggravated battery to cause bodily
harm or disability.
Jose Antonio Del-Valle: 28, Rockledge,
operating motor vehicle without valid license.
Joseph Alan French: 27, Southport,
possession of weapon or ammo by convicted
felon, possession of controlled substance with out
prescription, battery/touch or strike.
Travis Jamar Gonzalez: 27, Chipley, criminal
mischief/damage to property.
Christopher Durand Harrison: 20, Ebro,
driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
Fred Mark Higgins: 42, Vernon, possession of
weapon or ammo by convicted felon.
Lonnie Stephen Holland: 53, Bonifay, fraud-
insufficient funds check (2 counts), failure
to register motor vehicle, attached tag not
assigned.
Ranketa Shernaine Johnson: 25, Chipley,
battery/touch or strike.
Gerry Paul Kelley: 48, Chipley, assault on
person age 65 or older.
Michelle Lee Merriel: 26, Chipley, contempt
of court on child support.
Michael Wayne Odom: 45, Cottondale,
violation of probation on larceny.
Phillip Andrew Patterson: 23, Cottondale,
driving while license suspended or revoked,
fraud/insufficient funds check (15 counts).
Amber Lane Register: 26, Graceville, kidnap
minor/interfere with custody.
Hezzie Alex Russell: 44, Zolfo Springs,
violation of probation on possession of cocaine.
Paul James Ruth: 24, Chipley, unarmed
burglary of unoccupied structure (4 counts),
grand theft, larceny (5 counts).
David O'Neil Smith: 32, Slocomb Ala., driving
under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
Bradley Thomas Standard: 20, Bonifay,
possession of marijuana.
Michael Edward Tucker: 19, Panama City,
possession of marijuana (2 counts), possession or
use of narcotic equipment (2 counts).
Laurie Marlina Waller: 41, Ebro, contempt of
court on child support.
Kelly Recardo White: 39, Chipley, operating
motor vehicle without valid license.
Michael Edward Williams: 24, Bonifay,
obtain controlled substance by fraud.


CRASH
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communication, the report said. It came
from a location about 12 nautical miles
north of Panama City.
A meteorological study conducted by
NTSB and examination of the plane's
wreckage suggest it encountered a "Lev-
el 5" thunderstorm, which defined by the
FAA Advisory Circular as "intense," with
severe turbulence, lightning, likely hail
and wind gusts.
Goldman said the conclusions of the
report did not surprise her, and she al-
ways believed the weather conditions
were too severe for flying, especially in
a small plane.
Debbie's husband had called (from
the Bahamas) and suggested that they


not come," Goldman said. "He had seen
the weather on the radar." Goldman
said she would miss her brother and his
laughs, and recalled telling him she did
not like him flying in such a small plane.
Goldman said Johnson was a very
experienced pilot and all the passen-
gers trusted him. "He had flown them so
many times before," Goldman said. "So
they felt really comfortable with him."
The report found that Johnson's air-
craft had been properly maintained and
had received its annual inspection less
than two months before the crash.
Johnson had logged more than 15,000
total flight hours in his flight career, in-
cluding over 8,000 as a certified FAA
flight instructor, the report said, and he
was experienced in a wide range of other
aircraft, including helicopters and mili-
tary jets such as the AV-8B Harrier and
the F-104 Starfighter


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Hess inherits well-armed department


DAVID ANGER
Florikla lrcedoni Ncwswirc
dangier@pcnh.com

PANAMA CITY Incoming State
Attorney Glenn Hess has inher-
ited an arsenal.
As many as 41 weapons owned
by the State Attorney's Office
will have to be turned in by out-
going employees to the new ad-
ministration, according to SAO
records. The weapons include
12 shotguns, two military-style
Bushmaster riles, three field or
"deer" rifles and 23 handguns,
including two with night-vision
scopes.
The weapons cost the office
$20,985, according to the records.
A total of 28 were bought during
or prior to Jim Appleman's 24-
year term in office. More than
$11,900 was spent on the other


13, including both Bushmasters,
by Steve Meadows' office in 2005
and 2007.
All the guns are tagged for
"investigative" purposes but are
assigned to other members of
the staff, including Deputy State
Attorney Bill Lewis and office
manager Randy Berling.
According to SAO documents,
Berling has assigned to him a
Remington 12-gauge shotgun,
Sig Sauer .40-caliber semi-au-
tomatic handgun and an AMT
DAO .380 pistol. Lewis has a Sig
Sauer pistol and Smith & Wes-
son .223 rifle.
The majority of the guns were
assigned to Chief Investigator
Rodney Tilley and Marianna In-
vestigator Robert Wester. Tilley
had four shotguns, four Beretta
pistols, one Sig Sauer with a
night scope and a Taurus 38-


special revolver. Wester had five
shotguns, one Sig Sauer, both
Bushmasters and a .40-caliber
pistol with night sights.
Berling, Lewis, Tilley and
Wester will not return to the of-
fice Jan. 6 when Hess' admin-
istration begins. The weapons
assigned to them, and any other
employee not returning to the
State Attorney's Office, will have
to be turned over to the office,
Hess said.'
Office spokesman Joe Gram-
mer said Monday he was sur-
prised by the number of weap-
ons owned by the office, but guns
routinely have been assigned to
investigators and prosecutors
as needed through the years.
He said Appleman required all
of his prosecutors to be trained
in the use of firearms, and some
prosecutors carried handguns to


court with their files.
Grammer said the increase
in firearms came about when
Meadows made office investiga-
tors more active in fighting drug
crimes.
"That sounds about as genu-
ine as needing 20-some pickup
trucks to bust meth labs," Hess
said Monday, responding to
Grammer's explanation.
The office owns more than 20
vehicles, including a large num-
ber of trucks assigned to inves-
tigators. Meadows said during
this year's political campaign
the trucks were used for com-
bating methamphetamine labs,
many of which are located in ru-
ral areas.
"Just as I couldn't understand
why the business manager is
assigned a truck, I can't under-
stand why the business manager


needs three guns," Hess said of
Berling's weapons and vehicle.
Hess said investigators in his
administration will be armed,
"but discretely armed. They
won't be walking around with six
guns on their hips. Our focus is
to be a courtroom presence. We
have enough deputies and law
enforcement officers to maintain
the peace."
He joked he would "solicit do-
nations" for a gun safe.
"I assume that disposition of
guns is not going to work any
better than the disposition of
pickup trucks," Hess said, refer-
ring to the state's guidelines for
selling vehicles that will require
him to keep the trucks. "I assure
you that our focus will be to ad-
vance the performance our at-
torneys and not to accumulate
an arsenal of assault rifles."




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CONTRIBUTED PHOTO
KIWANIS LUNCHEON: From left, are David Solger, Dr. Maunce Marholin, Elaine Chadwell, David Darrow.






Kiwanis inducts new member


CHIPLEY During its lun-
cheon meeting on Tuesday,
Dec. 30, the Kiwanis Club in-
ducted Dr. Maunce Marholin,
D.O., as a new member.
Dr. Marholin is known gen-
erally as "Dr. Mo" around the
community and moved to this
area from south Florida as part
of the continuing expansion
of medical services through
Northwest Florida Community
Hospital in Chipley.
Participants for the induc-
tion ceremony were David Sol-
ger, sponsor for Dr. Mo, Elaine
Chadwell, membership chair,
and club president David Dar-
row.
Several members of the
club shared with the group
what membership in Kiwanis
had meant to them.
They wished Dr. Mo well in


Dr Maunce Marholin, known generally as "Di:
Mo"around the community, joined The Chipley
Kiwanis Club on Tuesday. He moved to this area
from south Florida as part ofthe contliningig
expansion of medical .scr 'i s through Northwest
Florida Community Hospital in Chipleg.


his club endeavors in the fu-
ture.
In addition to the new mem-
ber induction, the club also
conducted monthly committee
meetings and heard reports
about future events and sup-
port to youth oriented pro-
grams.
The actual operating ele-
ment of the club are the com-
mittees: Community Service,


Young Children/Priority One,
Youth Services, Scholarships,
Sponsored Youth, and Spiritual
Aims, as well as, Membership,
Programs, Meetings, Publicity,
and Interclub.
Throughout the year, these
committees coordinate for sup-
port of over 30 youth oriented
programs and each commit-
tee manages its own portion of
the total budget to execute its


plans.
Every Kiwanian serves on
at least one committee, and
many members serve on more
than one because of their per-
sonal interests in helping youth
become productive citizens of
Washington County.
The Kiwanis Club of Chipley
has been providing support
to youth oriented events and
programs for 68 years and last
year supported over 30 organi-
zations throughout the county.
The club meets Tuesdays
at Pattillo's Restaurant in the
middle of the Washington-Hol-
mes County Technical Center
(WHTC) at Noon.
For an invitation to lunch,
contact any Kiwanian or call
Elaine Chadwell, Membership
Chairperson, at 258-3142.


promotes


Graceville


schools

JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
aflesberg@chipleypaper.com

GRACEVILLE Fans may have
noticed a colorful pamphlet be-
ing passed out at Graceville sport-
ing events this year. The pamphlet
promotes the Graceville Education
Foundation, Inc.
Graceville schools alumni and
supporters started the foundation,
and its stated purpose, "is to pro-
mote Graceville schools, with a pri-
mary focus on the needs of Gracev-
ille High School and its students."
The foundation works to raise funds
"to secure the long-term viability of
Graceville schools." The foundation
not only raises funds but also in-
vests and manages the funds.
The foundation's efforts support
a wide variety of programs, includ-
ing extracurricular activities, FCAT
awards, honors banquet, scholar-
ships, office supplies, classroom
supplies, building improvements,
transportation, music programs,
Awards Day and after-school pro-
grams.
The Board of Directors for
2008/09 was President Ben Arm-
strong, Vice-President Byron Mix-
son, Secretary Julie Burdeshaw
and Treasurer Carol Smith. There
is also an 11-person Board of Direc-
tors.
Annual dues are $25 and lifetime
membership is $500, with checks
payable to the Graceville Education
Foundation, Inc. Membership forms
are available form any board mem-
ber, from the high school office, or
online at http:do3.jcsb.org/schools/
GHS.
Fill out the form and return it
the high school or mail to Graceville
Education Foundation, Inc., PO Box
815, Graceville, FL 32440.
For information call the high
school at (850) 263-4451, Ben Arm-
strong at (334) 701-2599 or Byron
Mixson at (850) 263-3533.


Five Points Crime Watch to meet


FIVE POINTS The Janu-
ary Crime Watch meet-
ing will be held Thursday,
Jan. 22 at 6 p.m. in the
Five Points Recreation
Center. A keynote speaker
from the sheriff's office is
scheduled. A covered dish
meal will be served after
the meeting. Five-Point
Crime Watch meets every
fourth Thursday. Details:
Henry Day at 535-2657.

Mature driving
course
WAUSAU Washington
County Council on Aging
and AARP are co-sponsor-
ing a mature driving class
Friday, Jan. 9 from 8 a.m.
to 4 p.m.
The course will be held
at the Wausau Masonic
Lodge. This eight-hour
course was developed
especially for the senior
driver with years of driving
experience. It is geared to


senior safety needs and
helping to compensate for
age related changes. The
National Safety Council
course reviews basic driv-
ing knowledge, new traffic
laws and introduces tech-
niques to help offset the ef-
fects of the aging process
on driver performance.
This course is approved
by the DHSMV for a three-
year insurance premium
reduction. Course fee is
$12 for AARP members
and $14 for non-members.
There is no testing. To
register, call Washington
County Council on Aging
at 638-6217.

HUD applications
being accepted
Tri-County Community
Council, Inc. Washington
County HUD Section 8
Rental Assistance Pro-
gram will open and begin
taldng applications for the


waiting list on Jan. 5.
Applications are taken
by interview appointment
only. Eligibility for assis-
tance is based on income
and other criteria.
At the time of interview,
you must furnish proof of
income, Social Security
cards and birth certificates
for all members of house-
hold, and picture identifi-
cation for any household
member of the age of 18.
To make an appoint-
ment or for more informa-
tion call Sarah Spayd at
638-4520.

FHP inspection
checkpoints
Florida Highway Pa-
trol will conduct driver
license and vehicle inspec-
tion checkpoints during
the month of January on
the roadways listed below
in Holmes, Jackson and
Washington counties.


Recognizing the danger
presented to the public by
defective vehicle equip-
ment, troopers will con-
centrate their efforts on
vehicles being operated
with defects such as bad
brakes, worn tires and de-
fective lighting equipment.
In addition, attention will
be directed to drivers who
would violate the driver li-
cense laws of Florida.
Officers will be on State
Roads No. 2, 10, 69, 71, 73,
77, 79, 81, 273, 276, 277, and
286 during the month.
County roads with in-
spection 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 en-
forcing the equipment
and driver license laws of
Florida while ensuring the
protection of all motorists.


NOTICE OF PUBLIC WORKSHOP TO
DISCUSS PROPOSED SPRING
RESTORATION & PROTECTION DESIGNS FOR
PITT & SYLVAN SPRINGS ON THE ECONFINA
CREEK WATER MANAGEMENT AREA
JANUARY 17, 2009, 9:00 AM
PITT SPRING
(Located at the junction of Hwy. 20 and Econfina Creek
approximately 8 miles west of the intersection of Hwy. 231
and Hwy. 20)

The Northwest Florida Water Management District (District)
and Genesis Group, LLC (Genesis) will host a Public
Workshop on January 17th at Pitt Spring to discuss 50 percent
design plans for proposed spring restoration and protection
measures at Pitt and Sylvan Springs on the Econfina Creek
Water Management Area. This is the second in a series of
public workshops concerning proposed spring restoration
and protection measures that will allow for continued and
enhanced public recreational use while protecting the water
resources of the Econfina Springs Complex and Econfina
Creek. Public input into the design process will allow the
District and Genesis to proceed to 90 percent design,
regulatory permitting and bidding with construction slated
to begin in the fall of 2009.
For additional information, please contact the District's
Division of Land Management and Acquisition at 850-539-
5999.
Provisions will be made to accommodate the handicapped
(if requested) provided the District is given at least 72 hours
advanced notice.


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Archery lessons on target


PHOTOS BY JAY FELSBERG


Washington County 4-H announced it now offers training foryouth
ages 8-18 in the skill and shooting sport of Archery. Volunteer coach
Lara Stucki and youth coaches Lamar and Wesley Stucki are work-
ing with youth to teach them all about the sport. Youth involved in
the archery program are honing their personal skills but will also
have the opportunity to compete with other 4-H'ers from their dis-
trict and across the state. Anyone interested in becoming a member
of the Washington County 4-H Archery program, please contact 4-H
Agent, Julie E Dillard, at 638-6180 orjuliepd@ufl.edu


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12 run for Bonifay police chief


CECILIA SPEARS
StaffWriter
cspears@chipleypaper.com

BONIFAY The number of can-
didates applying for the position of
Bonifay Chief of Police is 12, with the
chance of more applying with Boni-
fay Mayor James "Eddie" Sims, Jr.
Names are unknown at this time
until review by the mayor, as the en-
velopes are sealed until then.
The position came open when
Chief of Ronnie Bennett resigned af-
ter Council member Richard Wood-
ham motioned for an announcement
accepting applications for the posi-
tion Chief of Police due to poor per-
formance.
Woodham began with report-
ing that the recreational center had
been broken into again and that the
locks had been broken, the interior
was vandalized beyond repair and
everything inside such as drinks and
snacks were stolen.


"I said that some one needs to be
patrolling that area on foot, because
if you just drive by, they're going to
hide and we need to be able to catch
them," he said. "But the only answer
I've been given is that they don't
have enough man power"
He went on to say that Bennett
should have be able to work some-
thing out with his men where he
could take some of their shift so that
they could patrol that area exten-
sively at night.
"In '85 we had only five men and
even now, in 2008, we've only got five
men," said Bennett. "I don't know
how else to put this to you so that
you can understand, but times have
changed."
Bennett said five police officers
weren't enough for what he was ask-
ing from them.
Woodham motioned for a set date
for applications to be accepted and a
date set for recommendations to be
made by a board after their review


and Council Member Joann Fox-
worth seconded the motion.
"This is the part of our job that
isn't not pleasant, but something has
to change or we're never going to
move forward," said Foxworth.
Council members began their
voting, with Sims voting "no," when
Bennett stopped them and an-
nounced that he was resigning as of
the following Wednesday.
"I want you to know that I appre-
ciate the leniency that you've given
me," he said. "I've enjoyed working
with all of you."
Council accepted Bennett's res-
ignation and approved that appli-
cations for the position would be
accepted until Jan. 12, 2009. They
may be mailed to: Bonifay City Hall
c/o Mayor James E. Sims, Jr.; 301 N.
Etheridge Street; Bonifay, Fla. 32425.
The recommendation for a new chief
will be made Feb. 9, 2009.
For more information contact
Bonifay City Hall at 547-4238.


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insightful commentary
by Michael Reagan,
Bill Steigerwald, Tom
Purcelle
and others. You can
find
them all at
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Spanish Trail Playhouse offers "Skits-O-Phrenia"


CHIPLEY Spanish Trail
Playhouse presents "Skits-
O-Phrenia" on Monday,
Jan. 5, in the Chipley High
School auditorium, located
at 1545 Brickyard Road,
Chipley.
The play begins at 7
p.m.
This-is an annual fund-


raiser for the Spanish Trail
Playhouse.
All proceeds from this
event will be used in the
renovation of the old Chi-
pley High School Auditori-
um, the future home of the
Spanish Trail Playhouse.
This production con-
tains an hqur's worth of


short comedy skits and
songs with no story line or
plot; A night of laughs that
any person of any age can
enjoy.
This year's cast in-
cludes Aven Pitts, Ben
Grande, Kevin Russell, Eli
Leavins, Kari Rines, Chris
Calton, and TrishlPayne.


Tickets are $10 each
and can be purchased at
the Washington County
Chamber of Commerce.
They can also be pur-
chased from any cast
member by calling (850)
260-9279, or by email at
spanishtrailplayhouse@"a
gmai.Lcom


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NASCAR


Washington County News I AS


-Pit
AR


For whom the bell tolls
A.J. Allmendinger's late- signed, sealed and deliv-
season, five-race stint with ered? No, not quite, but
Gillett Evernham hopefully it will be in the
Motorsports has earned him next few days."
a full-time ride Sadler signed a
at the expense of multiyear contract
Elliott Sadler. extension with the
Allmendinger's organization in May.
business manager, How his departure
Tara Ragan, said will be orchestrated
Saturday night she remains unclear.
e x p e c t s GEM spokesper-
Allmendinger to son Drew Brown
soon complete a declined comment.
deal to drive for. 'Sadler joined
GEM next season Allmendinger v er In Ih a m
and replace Sadler Motorsports midway
in the No. 19 Dodge. through the 2006 season
"Yes, we're in the final after leaving Robert Yates
stages of negotiations with Racing. He posted a top-10
Gillett Evernham," Ragan finish in his first race, but
said. "I think things will be has had only 11 top-10s in
sorted out within the next the past 85 starts.
week. Nothing's done till it's He has three wins in 357
done knock on wood starts with 18 top-five fin-
but I think we're all eager to ishes and 63 top-1Os.
make that work, and I think At the time he signed the
it's safe to say we're in the extension, Sadler said, "This
fine details and the fine-tun- is the place where I want to
ing of that. race. I think what we are
"I don't foresee any prob- building here is special and
lems coming up, and I don't something other drivers and
think they do, either. But is it crew members envy."


'The King' to
NASCAR's King has
spoken.
Richard Petty is releasing
an audiobook to coincide
with the 25th anniversary of
his record 200th career vic-
tory.
Stock car racing "is a
very popular sport, but every
year that goes by, we leave a
little bit of our past behind,"
Petty said. He added that the
audiobook "will help bring
our colorful past into public
consciousness. This is not
just about Richard Petty or
Petty Enterprises. This is
about the history of a great
sport."
The four-hour, four-disc
series is titled "Richard
Petty's Audio Scrapbook."
On it, Petty is joined by
longtime racing announcer
Barney Hall, former crew
chief Dale Inman and driv-


tell his story
ers Junior Johnson, David
Pearson and Bobby Allison.
"We raced each other
hard, sometimes very hard,
but we had a great time pro-
moting NASCAR and help-
ing build it into the sport it is
today," Petty said.
Known as "The King,"
Petty won an unmatched
seven championships in his
35-year racing career and
became just as well known
for his trademark shades,
cowboy hat, bushy mustache
and boots.
His audiobook is sched-
uled for release in February
during the week of the
Daytona 500, a race he won
seven times. Petty claimed
victory No. 200 at one of the
other major annual events at
Daytona International
Speedway, the Firecracker
400 in July 1984.


West Coast legend passes at 77


Ron Hornaday Sr., a two-
time NASCAR West Coast
champion and patriarch of
the West Coast racing
Hornaday family, died
Sunday of cancer in his
native California. He was
77.
His son, Ron Hornaday
Jr., has won three Camping
World Truck Series titles,
and grandson Ronnie con-
tinued the family tradition in
1999, making his NASCAR
debut at the age of 19.
"Our father was the inspi-
ration to all of us and was a
true champion to the very
end," Hornaday Jr. said in a
statement posted on his Web
site. "We will miss him so
very much but it is a comfort
to know that he is now with
his beloved wife and our
mother, Helen, where he
wanted to be."
Helen Hornaday died in
2001.
Hornaday was born Jan.
13, 1931, in San Fernando.
He began racing at Saugus
Speedway and Ascot Park in
Southern California in the
1950s. Hornaday's weekday
job was as parts and service
manager at Galpin Ford in
North Hills. And dealership


owner Frank Galpin spon-
sored Hornaday's Fords for
much of his racing career.
Hornaday's Cup debut
came at the Arizona State
Fairgrounds in May of 1955,
finishing 14th in a field of
29 cars, earning him a $25
paycheck. He would make
sporadic starts the next two
decades, mainly when
NASCAR's premier series
made its annual trip west.
His best Cup finish came
in 1960 at the California
State Fairgrounds dirt mile
in Sacramento, when he
started second and finished
fourth. He recorded a fifth at
Ascot Park one year later.
His final Cup start came at
Riverside in 1973.
Hornaday found great
success in NASCAR's
Pacific Coast stock-car cir-
cuit, where he finished sec-
ond in 1962, then won back-
to-back titles the next two
seasons.
"Ron Sr. was a great
champion and one of the
true pioneers in NASCAR's
west coast efforts," said Jim
Hunter, NASCAR vice pres-
ident of corporate communi-
cations. "Our thoughts and
prayers are with his family."


NASCAR's Best of 2008


Sportswriters

pick Jimmie's

three-peat as

biggest story
Jimmie Johnson win-
ning his record-tying third
consecutive NASCAR
Sprint Cup Series champi-
onship was voted the sport's
top story for 2008 by mem-
bers of the media.
Members of the media
ranked the top highlights of
the 2008 NASCAR season
on NASCARMedia.com.
More than 180 votes were
cast online between Dec. I
and Dec. 8. Each highlight
received 10 points for a
first-place vote, nine points
for a second-place vote,
eight points for a third-place
vote, etc. down to one point
for 10th.
Johnson's championship
run garnered 75 first-place
votes and finished with
1,727 points. Johnson
joined Cale Yarborough as
the only other driver to win
three straight NASCAR
Sprint Cup Series titles.
Kyle Busch winning a com-
bined 21 races in all three
national series NASCAR
Sprint Cup. NASCAR
Nationwide and NASCAR
Camping World Truck
Series earned 13 first-
place votes and finished
second with 1,574 points.
Tony Stewart's
announcement that he
would be leaving Joe Gibbs
Racing to become
owner/driver of Stewart-
Haas Racing in 2009 was
voted the third top highlight
of the year. Stewart con-
cluded a 10-year stint at
JGR, where he won two
series championships and
picked up 33 career
NASCAR Sprint Cup Series
victories.
Carl Edwards winning a
NASCAR Sprint Cup Series
high nine races and finish-
ing runner-up in both that
series and the NASCAR
Nationwide Series was
named the fourth top


Jimmie Johnson was the man of the year when it came to news in NASCAR.
Johnson tied the record set by Cale Yarborough this year by winning his third con-
secutive Sprint Cup Series Title. Johnson, who didn't dominate the season, came on
strong late to capture his third crown by holding off Carl Edwards.
moment. Four-time series ning on Father's Day at 18-year-old Joey Logano,
champion Jeff Gordon's Michigan International competing in 19 NASCAR
streak of 14 consecutive Speedway; Clint Bowyer Nationwide events and win-
seasons of winning a race winning the NASCAR ning the race at Kentucky
coming to a close was voted Nationwide Series title; and Speedway.
the fifth top story.
The rest of the top 10
highlights of 2008, accord-
ing to the media, are: Ryan
Newman winning his and
car owner Roger Penske's -
first Daytona 500 in the
50th running of the "Great
American Race;" Johnny
Benson edging Ron
Hornaday Jr. to win the sec-
ond-closest truck series
championship; Dale- ";
Earnhardt Jr., in his first
season with Hendrick
Motorsports, snapping a 76-
race winless streak by win-


(Above) Kyle Busch celebrates one ot his 2 I wins this
season in NASCAR with a huge burnout at California
Speeway. This was the second most popular story
according to NASCAR sportswriters across the nation.
(Right) Jeff Gordon saw his streak of 14 consecutive
seasons, with at least one win, go by the wayside as
he could not find his way into victory lane in 2008.


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As published in the Wash- 32312-1017;
Iington County News Janu- B. Son, ELAM W LEE JR. Wanted To Buy antiques,
ary 3, 10, 2009. 2253E 3350N, Layton, Registered Brangus bulls collectibles, gold, silver,
I Utah 84040-8453 for sale, several 2 year old dinnerware, collections,
IN THE CIRCUT C T ALL INTERESTED PER- and coming 2 year olds. paintings, call Al Schmidt
IN ANNTHNC CIRCUIT COURT SONS ARE NOTIFIED Call 850-956-2395 850-638-7304
1100- Legal Advertising FOR WASHINGTON THAT:
1110- Classified Notices COUNTY, FLORIDA All creditors of the Dece-
1120 Public Notices/ Case No. 07-380 CA dent and persons having
Announcements claims or demands against
1130 Adoptions MARVINLMIHALAKAND the estate of the Decedent 3220
1150 Personals LISA B. MIHALAK, other than those for whom
1160 Lost Plaintiff, provision for full payment B&B Furniture 1342 North
1170- Found vs. was made in the Order of RR Avenue, Chipley. We
CANDIDO GUADALUPE, Summary Administration pay cash for clean, quality
LUZ RAMOS GAUDALUPE must file their claims with furniture, 850-557-0211 or
r9 AND BOARD OF COUNTY this Court WITHIN THE 850-415-6866. Ask for
COMMISSIONERS OF TIME PERIODS SET P. Pasco or Carolyn
1100 WASHINGTON COUNTY, FORTH IN SECTION MERCHANDISE
FLORIDA, 733.702 OF THE FLORIDA Furniture Mattresses
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Defendants. PROBATE CODE. 3100-Antiques Lowlowt low overhead s
OF THE 14TH JUDICIAL ALL CLAIMS AND DE- 3110- Appliances
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR CLERK'S NOTICE OF MANDS NOT SO FILED 3120 -Arts & Crafts guarantees low, low, low
WASHINGTON COUNTY, SALE UNDER WILL BE FOREVER 3130 Auctions prices. P&S Discount Fur-
FLORIDA3140 -Baby Items niture, Chipley. (Since
FLORIDA FS.CHAPTER45 BARRED. 3150 -Building Supplies 1973) 850-638-4311
GENERAL JURISDICTION NOTICE IS HEREBY NOTWITHSTANDING ANY 3160 -Business 1973) 81
DIVISION GIVEN that, in accordance OTHER APPLICABLE TIME Equipment
Case No. with the Summary Final PERIOD, ANY CLAIM 3170 Collectibles
67-2008-CA-000332 Judgment of Foreclosure FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR 3100 Computers
dated December 22, 2008, MORE AFTER THE 3190- Electronics
3200 Firewood 3230
HSBC BANK USA, NA- in the above-styled cause, DECEDENT'S DATE OF 3210- Free Pass It n
TIONAL ASSOCIATION I will sell to the highest and DEATH IS BARRED. 3220 Furniture LARGE ABANDONED
ON BEHALF OF GSAA best bidder for cash at the The date of the first publi- 3230 Garage/Yard Sales GOODS SALE: Friday and
HOME EQUITY TRUST Washington County Court- cation of this Notice is De- 3240 Guns
2005-6, house at 11:00 a.m. on cember 27, 2008. 3250 Good Thingsto Eat Saturday, January 2nd and
3260- Health & Fitness 3rd, 2008, 8:00 AM-5:00
Plaintiff, Feb. 10, 2009, the follow- ATTORNEY FOR PERSON 3270- Jewelry/Clothing PM. Located on the by-
vs. ing described property: GIVING NOTICE: 320 Machinery/ pass (Maple Avenue) Ge-
BETHBULGER, etal., Commence at the SW cor- WAYNE G. BRAXTON (FL Equipment neva, AL. Near Court-
Defendants. ner of the SE '4 of the NW BAR NO. 0179121) 3290 Medical Equipment
of Section 10, Township 1067 Main Street, P.O. 3300 Miscellaneous house.
NOTICE OF FORECLO- 3 North, Range 15 West, BOX 564 3310 Musical nstmrments
3320- Plants & Shrubs/
SURE SALE Washington County, Flor- Chipley, Florida Supplies Saturday, Jan. 3rd.,
NOTICE IS HEREBY ida and run N 0015'30" W 32428-0564 3330 Restaurant/Hotel 9AM-2PM. 330 Son In Law
GIVEN pursuant to a Sum- a distance of 658.45 feet; 850-638-7268/Office or 3340 Sporting Goods Rd. No junk. T-Shirts,
mary Final Judgment of thence S 8935'52" E a dis- 850-638-7263/Fax 3350 Tickets (Buy & Sell) WalMart return merchan-
Foreclosure Including tance of 573.90 feet to a PERSON GIVING NOTICE: dise. "L
Award of Attorney's Fees Point of Beginning; thence MARY LYNN LEE CUNILL
and Costs dated Decem- S 21'24'46" W a distance 3676 Pine Tip Road
ber 8, 2008, entered in of 245.58 feet; thence S Tallahassee, Florida C
Case No. 53034'34" E a distance of 32312-1017 AUCTIONS
67-2008-CA-000332 of the 89.43 feet; thence S Personal Representative B
Circuit Court of the 14TH 7128'49" E a distance of As published in the Wash-
Judicial Circuit in and for 139.21 feet; thence S ington County News De- Tr
Washington County, Flor- 4223'48" E a distance of cember 27, 2008 and Jan- FORECLOSED HOME Fi
ida wherein HSBC BANK 63.98 feet to the Northerly uary 3.2009.
USA, NATIONAL ASSOCI- right-of-way line of Union AUCTION FLORIDA A,
ATION ON BEHALF OF Hill Road; thence run STATEWIDE Auction starts Ci
GSAA HOME EQUITY Northeasterly along said PublicAuctiont n tart
TRUST 2005-6 is the Plain- right-of-wayline a distance Feb 7th 1000 Homes
tiff and BETH BULGER; of 417.76 feet; thence N The following vehicles will
DAVID BULGER and CUR- 893552 Wa distance of eso ic t MUST BE SOLD! Free c
RENT RESIDENT is/are 350.00 feet to the Point of atbe sNihold at Public AutoRpairand Brochure (800)491-8064
Defendants, I will sell to Beginnnating Nichols Auto Repair an Brochure (800)491-8064
Defendants, I will sell to Beginning. Towing @ 1146 Jackson
the highest and best bid- Any person claiming an Ave. Chipley, FL. 32428 @ USHomeAuction.com REDC.
der for cash, at Front of interest in the surplus from 00 AM on the followingREDC.
the Courthouse steps in the sale, if any, other than dates;
the City of Chipley, Florida the property owner as of Janua 0, 2009
at 11:00 o'clock A.M., on the date of the lis pendens 99 Pon 4DR Red VIN AUTO DONATIONS D
Tuesday, the 27 day of must file a claim within 60 #1G2NE52T9XM708119
Jan., 2009, the following days after the sale. 99 Salum 4DR Blue VIN B(
describedproperty, asset Dated: December 22, S# 6RZ 6 ATE Y U R Vu B
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nat Judgment of Forecdo LINDA H. COOK 97 Buick 4DR White VIN
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e2053re0W along the IN AND FOR WASHING- Runners Accepted, (888)468- 40
Westerly side of said road TON COUNTY, FLORIDA,
370 feet, thence North- PROBATE DIVISION 5964. ev
westerly to a point 173 feet File No. 67-08-C
South of the Point of Be- IN RE: The Estate of MAR- 110 2,
00'22'22"E 173 feet to the ION LEE, Deceased.M
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Point of Beginning. (Being Get Your Classified Ad ___re
a part of parcels 1& 2 of NOTICE TO CREDITORS in C
Spanish keEstats.) SUMMARY ADMINIS- CaOLORts Police Impounds for Sale!
DATED this 17 day Dec., TRAT Call now for details
N0DA08COOKlerk TO ALLPERSONS HAV- and benotced 96 Honda Civic $500! 00 VW EA
LINDACOOK, Clerk ING CLAIMS OR DE- 638-0212 I
By:KMcDaniel MANDS AGAINST THE I or Jetta $900!! for listings call Br
Deputy Clerk ABOVE ESTATE: .. 547-9414
A. WILDA ESTERAS, ES.ABOVE ESTATE: (800)366-9813 Ext 9271 -n
A. WILDA ESTERAS, ES- You are hereby notified .- .... (800)366-9813 Ext 9271 Fri
RNREO &YOSS LLP that an Order of Summary (8
2525 PADORNO&YOSSLLP eon Administration will be or Police Impounds! 95 Hon (8
e Leon has been entered in the Police Impound 95 Honda
Boule Se 400 Estate of MARION W. LEE, Civi $500! 96 Toyota Camry $6
Miami, Florida 33134 a/k/a MARION LEE, de-
P o(305)41ns special ceased. File Number $600! 97 Honda Accord $700! HE
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aomodatnr to paii- cut CourtorWashington for listings call (800)366-9813 Nc
pate in proceeding should County, Florida, Probate PF' S &A1NMALt,
contact: Linda Hayes Division, the address of 1-Pe Ext 9275 C
Cook, Clerk of Court, no which is c/o Mrs. nda 210- Pets Ext 9275 C
later than 7 days prior to whichi2110 Pet Free to
later than 7 days prior to Hayes Cook, Clerk of the Good Home M.
proceedings at 1201 Jack Court, PO. Box 647, Chip- 2120 Pet Supplies BUSINESS
on. Avenue Chiple y, ley, Florida 32428-0647; 2130- Farm Animals/BUSINESS
32428. Telephone (850 that the Decedent's date of Supplies OPPORTUNITIES
6386009; (800) 955-8771 death was October 31, 2140- Pets/Livestock
TDD or (800) 955-8770 e 2008; that the total value of Wanted
Florida Relay Services. the estate is $-0- (exempt),
ANY PERSON CLAIMING and that the names an 100% RECESSION PROOF! 3
INTEREST IN THE addresses of those to Do you earn $800 in a day? r
SRPLF AFNOM THER whom it will be or has r -oyou earn$800 in a day?
SALE, NIFTHE ER en assigned by such or- for Sale 4 25 Local Machines and ye
THAN THE. PROPERTY der or: Tifton .9, fertilized 4x5 ye
OF THE LIS PENDE A. Daughter, MARY LYNN rolls, $35.00 each, Candy $9,995. (888)629-9968 $2
MUSO F THE IE A CPENDENS LEE CUNILL 11-334-726-2706 B02000033 CALL US: We will 97
STN DAYS AT CAM 3676 Pine Tip Road, Talla-334726-36952000033 CALL US: We will 97
THE SALE. S AFTERhassee, Florida 1-3850-956-220 n t be
THESALE. 1-850-956-2240 not be undersold!


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tine. Delivery and installa- Sewing Machine and Vac-
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__ 3O __ 4100 6100_ 6140 64____ 6170 7150
r Tapped by Alcohol' Professional rExecutive Offce space 3BR/2BA For Rent dou- For Rent; 2BR/1BA 2BR/1BA MH for rent. Mobile Home for rent;
I For Medical treatment of I I for lease on Brickyard I blewide trailer, no pets, Trailer, $250. a month. HUD accepted. $400 2BR/2BA, water/sewer and Two 5 acres & One 10 ac-
Alcohol usage I Holmes District School Rd. Groat location smoke free, look after Ponce de Leon area. month includes water, lawn service furnished. 3 res on Buddy Rd. One 10
and abuse Board across from Chipley properly. Rent negotiable. 850-259-9113 1BR MH, $350 month, in- miles east of Vernon on Pi- acres & One 13 acres on
I Call 850-638-4555 I s now accepting I High School. 638-7700 I Excellent neighborhood cludes all utilities. oneer Rd. 850-638-9933 or Gainer Rd. Owner financ-
for once a month proposals for www.chipleyoffcefor 1636 Pleasant Hill Rd, 850-260-9795. 850-638-3254, or ing For more info call Mil-
ftreatment. School Board lease.com Bonilay, FL 850-547-3640 Publisher's 850-638-7315. ton Peel @850-638-1858.
Attorney. ---- -1 o-iole H eygood e homes Lr re4 inP
________ The Holmes District Executive Office Space 3BR/2BA, Concrete block Notice 2BR Mobile Home, good Mobile homes for rent in
School Board will rent downtown Chipley. house. 1 car closed gar- location in Chipley. No Chipley & Bonifay. One
L- 3300 ] receive and consider 638-1918 age. Ready for immediate '-.J: i: .. -,i ..,.,, P 8..?. -'. year lease required, water
Argentine-Bahia 4x5; Statement of Qualifica- occupancy. $600 per '' :-'I. __ & sewage included. Call
$25/Roll for three (3) or tions from individuals orRent/SaleChipley month, $400 security de- he Fair Housing Act which 850-638-2999
more. Hwy #173, Holmes interested in providing Brick Executive Office, 930 posit. Pro e R "any preference, limitation or electric, stove & refrigera- Mobile Homes for rent in
County. 850-638-6951. the services of School Main St., 2145 SF, 6 of- 638-220 discrimination based on tor. Front deck. Smoke Cottondale on Sapp Road,
Board Attorney for the fices WIFI Wiring race, color, religion, sex, free environment. No pets. miles e of Chiple
For Sale- Corner Gas Holmes District School 404660/381 Bonifay: Sale or rent with handicap, familial status or Apply @ The Westerner, ms e f Cipley.
Fireplace, $125.00. Honda Board. 404/660/3813option, 3BR/2BA, on polf national origin, or an inten- 638-1124. 3R/2BA and 2BR/2BA O
300 Four Wheeler, The following minimum course, screened porch tion, to make any such pref- available. Total electric. RECREATIONALR
$2500.00. Call Before qualifications are re- Officespace for lease, overlooking ih fairwav. erence, limitation or dis- (850)258-4868; 209-8847
8pm. 850-535-0944. quired: 1240 S Blvd (Corner of sep. bldg for golf r: r .,: 3BR/2BA Doublewide for www.charloscountryliv- 8100"Anique &Colleatibles
m,+ ,,i ::bld gfo,-, , rent. No pets. $350 ing.com 8120 Sports Utility Vehicles
For Sale: Fish to stock 1. Must be an attorney S. Blvd/th St), Chipey, storage. $800 m + $500 ag of 18 living i parent month. Call 5470989. 3810 rks ehcles
your pond or lake; cop- practicing in the State of $750/mo, 1000 sq ft., 3 dop 1 year lease. or legal custodians, preg month. Call 5470989. 8140-Truc Vans
perFlorida. offices,k 1 reception, g 0-54715044y or legal custodians, preg- 3 /814/0-cVans
pernose, bluegill, Flo rida. offices, 1 reception, 1 850-547-5044 nant women and people se- 815 Commercial
shellcracker, channel cat- 2. Must be able to phys- bath, kitchen, parking curing custody of children 3BR/2BA MH w/14x16 8160- Motorcycles
fish, mosquito fish and ically attend Holmes lot, hardwood firs. Chipley 2 br, 1 house, under 18. Master BR, 5V2ft. cast iron 8170 -Auto Parts
grass carp (850)547-2215 District School Board 407-616-6890 includes CH&A, Washer/ tub. Large deck on front. l & Accessories
meetings. dryer, water sewer, gar This newspaper will not Near Bonifay Ele. School. 8210 Boats
Free Horse Manure. Call 3. Must be able to at- bage, security system, No knowinglyacceptanyadver- Call547-3746.8220 PersonalWaerra
for info, 596-0218. tend administrativeets $600 month $300 rising for realestate which is 28230 Sailboatsane
pets $600 month $300 in violation of the law, Our * 8240 Boat & Marine
r- n hearings, court hearings 6110 dep, 814-2625 readersareherebyinformed 3BR/2BA.CH/Aintown. ESTATEFORA Supplies
Fm anted or pasturent nd other functions as that all dwellings advertised One block to elementary 8310 ATirratR/Avlalilon
geI theChioeyagneral counsel in per- 1BR/1BA Apartment for For Rent. Brick House. in this newspaper areavaila- school. No pets. HUD ac- 7100 -Homes 8320 ATV/ Road Vehicles
the Chipley, Vernon, formance of his or her rent. No pets, Application 3BR/1.5BA. No pets. ble on a equal opportunity cepted. $475 month plus 7110-Beach Home/ 830 campers Trailome s
Graceville or Bonifay legal duties, needed. Call 638-1918. Application needed. Call basis. To complain of dis- deposit340 638-0560 Properttorhomes
C area. | 4. Must have the legal 638-1918. crimination call HUD toll-free 7120 Commercial
Call 850-718-1859, ability to perform duties APARTMENTS FOR at 1-800-669-9777. The 7130 Condo/Townhoue
of Attorney for the RENT toll-free number for the hear- For Rent, 2BR mobile 7140 Farms & Ranches
of Attorney forthe RENT For Rent; 3BR/1 BA, ing impaired is homew/windowNC.Call 7160-Mo-L HomesL Acr 8110
Holmes District School Basedon income 5.d is home w/windowA/C. :Call715 -Loand e/Lots
Holmes District School Based on family income $625. month$nice, no Hud, 1-800e927-9275. 535-2657. 7170- Waterfront
Board. and must Qualify. 3BR/2BA, $500. month 7170-Walerfront
1 3310 5. Must be in good Geothermal HVAC. with $200. deposit. Hud 7180 Investment
LESSONS AVAILABLE: standing with Florida Apply at 1370 Old Boni- approved, no pets & For Rent: 2 & 3 bedroom 71 Outof-Town w/tan leather. In great
Limited space. Piano, Gui- Bar. fay Rd. Application must smoke free. Call I.... mobile homes in Bonifay. Real Estate shape. $2,900 6384197.
tar, Bass Drums, Banjo, Anyone interested in be completed at office. 850-547-9291 or n Call 850-547-3462 7200 Timeshare
Mandolin, Violin, Flute. being considered for 638-0134. Equal Hous-
Open Mon-Sat. this position, please ing Opportunity.
Covington Music. Down- mail or present a state-
town Chipley. ment of qualifications to For rent Sleepy Hollow
850-638-5050. the office of the DI ; A r I ;
Superintendent of Duplex Apartments
Holmes District HUD not accepted
Holmes District 2BR/1BA and 3BR/1BA.
Schools,
3320 located at 701East Water, garbage, lawn care
20dt 701 East included. Spacious, en-
Leola Brock Nurseries Pennsylvania Avenue erg cien tpate
LLC Plants, trees and Bonifay, Florida 32425, ergy efficient wih private
shrubs. Landscape design, by 9:00 a.m., Tuesday, yard. 850-638-7128.
landscape contracting, irri- January 13, 2009. GRAND OPENING
nation systems. 1788 SPECIAL!!
White Road, Bonifay, FL 602 S. Weeks St. Bonifay.
32425 (Washington Efficiency, 1 bedroom, 2
County) (850)638-1202; bedroom. New owners,
326-1500 R ptinist newly remodeled. Call For
Reception Details. 850-557-7732
seeking energetic, hard LARGE- 3BR/1BA $650,
SDoctors office in Bonifay Savings of the Ye
working individual. S/D $35en Savings of the Ye
Monday-Friday. Call Linda New! Downtown Chipley,
@768-1211. convenient location. Rent
includes stove, refrigera-
tor, city water, sewer, gar-
EP 'N bage. Sorry no pets or
-4 130 HUD. 850-638-3306.
4100 Help Wanted Other
4130 Employment
Information
mMystery Shoppers, get
paid to shop! Retail/dining 6140
establishments need un- 1BR Furnished House.
4100 derercover clients to judge Washer/Dryer, CH/A, I
General quality customer service, water, garbage. Smoke
Earn up to $150. a day. free environment. No pets.
HOMELAND Call (888)-523-1013. Very clean. $500 month,
SECURITY $400 deposit.
850-638-1272.
JOBS / i
$18.37$32.51/HR, Now 0" l \ 2BR/1BA House for rent.
Hiring. Many positions ., J Hwy 77 South, 3 miles off
available. For applica- Houston Rd. Call 638-1858
tion & Free Government for info.
job info, Call American
Assoc of Labor. 3BR/1BA, block house
1-913-599-7976, 24hrs. REETATE FOR REN with beautiful wood floors
emp. serve. on 3 acres with lake view
6100 -Business/ and with big oak trees,
Commercial
General 6110 Apartments Bonifay. Only a few miles
6120 Beach Rentals from new hospital. Back-
SERVICING GREETING 6130- Condo/Toewnhouise ground check and refer-
CARDS. 6140 House Rentals ences required.
10-15 hours a week. 2 6150- Roommate Wanted smoke-free environment,
days a week,, Bonifay, 61 R 0-Mole ome/Lnot no pets. Available January -. -
Chipley Cottohdale, 6180- Out-of-Town Rentals 1st. $675. per month, dam-
Graceville & Vernon. 6190-Timeshare Rentals age deposit $725. Call
1-800-876-2344 ext 11786. 6200 Vacation Rentals 850-830-7026 1 1 I .l i i I 1


1998 Ford Escort Zx2, 2
door, green color, sunroof,
40 mpg. 104,768 miles.
Good Condition. $3,400.00
Call 850-547-2017
For Sale: 2003 Pontiac
Vibe, black with sunroof,
low miles, $7,000. or best
offer. Call 850-548-5122,
cell 850-849-2521
For Sale; 1997 Dodge
2DR Neon. $500.
638-7835.

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8120
1998 Dodge Durrango,
White, 4x4, 3rd row seat-
ing. Great condition. 180K.
$4,800. Call 638-0690.


For Sale: 94 Peterbilt log
truck with trailer. Call
850-956-3017


1995 Harley Davison 883
CC, good condition.
$5,000.00 option
850-547-0967 or
850-541-2332
2006 125 4-Stroke Dirt
Runner Dirt Bike.
Blue/White, like new.
$725/OBO. Call 638-3679
or 258-8264.

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05 JEEP LIBERTY 4X4 oNEOWNER, ,LoCa lA....... 9,888
02 CHRYSLER SEBRING LocAL Tm. cLEAN.....- $6,888
08 MAZDA 6 AUTOMA,, 3KMILS...,,..... $15,988
96 GRAND CHEROKEE 2W, CLOTH,........ 2 ...,998
06 NISSAN SENTRA AUMA, AN................ 13,888
02 FORD ESCAPE 4X4 XLT 67KMiu, .......... $11,888
05 NISSAN ALTIMA .s5 AUTOMATIC............. .. 13,888
05 CHRYSLER 300 HEMILOADED Or ...................... 16,988
02 DODGE CARAVAN ONE OWNER, CLAN-............ 6,988
05 TOWN & COUNTRY 45KMILES. '....1... .-..... $1,840
06 BUICK LACROSSE 31K MILES, SHARP-............. 13,940
08 CHEVY COBALT SMILES, GASSAVER......... $ 13,888
04 LANDROVER DISCOVERYNICE ..................... 17,888
01 CHEVY PRIZMI 5K MILES, CLEAN... '6,888
05 FORD TAURUS 37K MILES, CHEAPI ............................ 8,988
03 TOYOTA CAMRY 64K MILES, CLEANI ......................... 12,840
07 MAZDA RX8 ROOF, 6-SPEED, LOADED........................ 23,840
04 SATURN ION ECONOMICAL ................................................... 8,84 0
07 CHEVY IMPALA LOCAL ONE OWNER, 1K MILES.... 15,840
04 NISSAN SENTRAAurTMAn, COLDAC 8........................ 8,840
06 TOYOTA COROLLA 25K MILES, AUrMATic.......... 15,840
05 EXPEDITION EDDIE BAUERONE OWNER...... $13,840
05 HYUNDAI TUSCON CLOTH, AUTOMATIC................... 16,940
04 CHEVY SUBURBAN LT LOADED, NICE.............'..... $ 15,840
04 DODGE DURANGO POWER WINDOWS, LOCKS ..........8,840
02 PT CRUISER LT LEATHER, SUNROOF, LOADED...............$9,888


04 CHEVY 2500 HD
CREW CABR
32K MILES, LIKE NEW.! 14 888

5ET0 TRUCK PRICES AROUWO!
06 F350 SUPERCAB 4X4 DIESEL ONE OWNER..,..... 16,888
05 FORD F250 SUPERCAB XLT 4X4 siL .... $16,888
03 CHEVY 1500 4X4 CREW CAB SHARPm.._ .9,888
06 DODGE RAM 4X4 SLT DIESEL ONE OWNER, CLEAN $22,888
06 FORD F250 CREW CAB 4X4 LARIAT DIESEL.. $26,840
05 FORD F250 CREW CAB 4X4 SLT DIESEL32K MILES. $26,840
00 FORD F350 FLAT BED SUPER CAB DIESEL .. $17,840
05 FORD F250 CREW CAB 4X4 SLT PRICED O SELL.... 19,840
06 FORD F450 SUPER CAB CHASSIS CAB. .._... 21,840
08 FORD F550 CREW CAB DIESEL FLATBED ...... $29,840
03 DODGE RAM 2500 4X4 HEMI ....................... $12,840
08 FORD E 150 CARGO VAN ...................................... 17,840
07 FORD F150 KNG RANCH 4X4 SHAPI. ... .. $28,840
06 DODGE RAM 1500 QUAD CAB27KMILES......... 16,988
92 DODGE DAKOTA 4X4 EXT. CAB NICETRUCK_ .... 5.,988
03 FORD F150 CREW CAB 4X4 ........................... $. 11,840
06 TOYOTA TUNDRA LIMITED 4X4 oD. ............... 25,840
05 TOYOTA TACOMA 4X4 DoRpom. ............... $19,840


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