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SATURDAY, JANUARY 10, 2009 1 Section, 6 Pages w w w. chiple paper. com Volume 85 Number 76 50(


NEWS


Outdoors
show filming
Saturday

Producer Mike Mur-
phy is visiting Washing-
ton County on Saturday
in an effort to bring
back the television show
"Kids Hooked on the
Outdoors."
The show has been
off-air for three years,
but Murphy has pur-
chased the copyright
and trademark rights
because he said he
sees too many kids on
couches.
He said he is work-
ing with two Direct
TV channels he hopes
will air the show the
Pursuit Channel and
Sportsman's Channel.
Murphy said the
hunting destinations of
Hard Labor Creek Plan-
tation and El Rancho
Hunting Preserve were
selected for their unique
assets.
Labor Creek offers a
scenic pinewoods set-
ting for quail and deer
hunting and bass fish-
ing, while El Rancho is
the only licensed duck
hunting preserve in
Florida to offer mallard
duck hunting with no
duck stamp or Florida
license required, Mur-
phy said.
On Saturday, three
or four teams of fathers
and sons will go on the
hunt for what Murphy
described as "old-fash-
ioned family fun."
Jon Mitmore
Florida Freedom
Newswire
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Shaw provides toll road update to Civic Association

JAY FELSBERG .. .
Managing Editor *Approximately 175 miles
afelsberg@chipleypaper.com *It would form a connector with Alabama from
Montgomery south and Panama City \
SUNNY, HILLS Steve .It would be a private-public project
law, one of the major *Bonds would be paid off by tolls ,
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night at the first meeting
of 2009 for the Sunny Hills
Civic Association.
Shaw of Couch Ready
Mix provided a slide show
with an update about the
project that has received
considerable coverage in
the part year. The non-prof-
it organization proposes
building an approximately
175-mile toll road connec-
tion Montgomery, AL and
points north with Panama


states of Alabama and Florida wouki take owners
road


City to provide a route to
connect Alabama with the
new international airport
and' the Port of Panama
City.
The Washington County
Board of County Commis-
sioners did not approve a
resolution of support for
the project several months


ago at a meeting marked
by a considerable amount
of opposition from most
of the speakers present.
There was similar opposi-
tion at a meeting at Cot-
tondale in Jackson County.

See TOLL A2


Warning:


JAY FELSBERG I Managing editor
Steve Shaw points out features of the proposed toll
road through Washington County.



Parade


CECILIA SPEARS I StaffrWriter
These 'lovely ladies' perform at Skits-O-Phrenia in Chipley.



Play may cause 'skits of laughter'


CECILIA SPEARS
StaffWriter
cspears@chipleypaper.com
CHIPLEY The audience went wild
for the Spanish Trail Playhouse's
production Skits-O-Phrenia per-
formed at the Chipley High School
auditorium Monday evening.
"It was awesome," said Ray Cor-
bitt, age 23. "They did a very good
job with the way they put the entire
thing together."
President of the Spanish Trail
Playhouse Kevin Russell described
the show as not having a set plot or


storyline and because of this random
setting of comedy skits; the produc-
tion lived up to its name.
"It was very good and very en-
tertaining," said Washington County
Superintendent of Schools Dr. San-
dra Cook. "That Kevin Russell just
isn't right."
Most of the skits seemed to be in
classic Red Skelton's era style with a
more modern twist for flavor.
"I liked it," said Victoria Syfrett,
age 16. "It was really funny."
Russell explained that the eve-
ning's performance was to raise
money for the Spanish Trail Play-


house's project to renovate their
new playhouse, which is tbh Historic
Chipley High School Auditorium.
"A special thanks to Pat Dixon,
principal of Chipley High Scool and
Kristi Hinson, theater director for
allowing us to use the school audito-
rium for this production," said Rus-
sell.
Their next production "A Stroll
Down Broadway," is underway and
auditions will be open to the public
January 12 and 13 at the Spanish
Trail Playhouse (old CHS auditori-
See SKITS A2


plans


'Keep The Dream

Alive' is theme

for King event

CECILIA SPEARS
StaffWriter
cspears@chipleypaper.com
CHIPLEY Fresh Start
Anti-Drug Coalition of
Washington County is
putting on their 4th An-
nual Dr. Martin Luther
King, Jr. Parade January
19 at 10 a.m.
The parade's lineup
will be at the Old Chipley
High School at 9 a.m. with
no pre-registration re-
quired.
This year's theme is
"Keep The Dream Alive,"
and first through third
place trophies will be giv-
en to the floats that best
represent this theme and
"reflect the dream of Dr.
King."
The Rev. T.J. Smith
said that there would be

See PARADE A2


Repairs on tap

for railroad

section of 77

CECILIA SPEARS
StaffWriter
cspears@chipleypaper.com
CHIPLEY The section
of railroad crossing State
77 in downtown Chipley
is scheduled to close for
repairs and mandatory
maintenance Jan. 26-30.
Traffic will be redirected
until the maintenance
is finished. The decision
was announced at Coun-
cil's regular meeting
Thursday night.
Gene Sims was pre-
sented with the Employee
of the Quarter award.
Council approved the
second reading of the
See REPAIRS A2


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Local


Saturday, January 10, 2009


It's back to normal in Marianna after powder scare


JAY FELSBERG
MAanaginug Editor
afelsberg@chipleypaper.con

MARIANNA The crowd be-
gan streaming back into the
Jackson County Courthouse
just after 1 p.m. Thursday af-
ter an all clear was issued. A
mysterious white powder was
found that morning, causing
evacuation of the building.
"Thank the Lord every-
thing's OK," said Sherry
Walker of Marianna as she
joined friends that had busi-
ness in the courthouse and
headed inside as deputies
opened the front doors.
Sheriff Lou Roberts re-
opened the courthouse about
five hours after a county work-
er found a Bible wrapped in
the American flag at the front
door. A deputy picked up the
bundle and a white powder fell
onto him and other deputies.
"The white powder could
have been anything," Roberts
said. "It was probably some-
one making a statement."
If that statement included
a particular verse of the Bi-
ble, nobody noticed, Roberts
said. "Everyone is asking me


"The white powder could have been any-
thing. "It was probably someone making
a statement."

LOU ROBERTS
Jackson County sheriff


that," he said.
Roberts said he could not
take any chances with safety.
He immediately contacted
Jackson County Health De-
partment and state officials,
as well as calling the Bay
County Regional HazMat
Team for assistance. "I even
contacted the Federal Bureau
of Investigation," he said.'
Several people in the vicin-
ity of the bundle were checked
for possible contamination,
and the HazMat team thor-
oughly examined the court-
house, and there appeared to
be no danger to the'public.
"It appears that after test-
ing by the Bay County HazMat
Team, there is no hazardous
material, and it is OK to open
up the courthouse, .It may
have been unnecessary but
when the health and safety of


the community is a stake you
can't take chances."
"At least nothing went
boom," said Marie Nicholas
of Marianna.
Roberts thanked the
public for their cooperation
in evacuating the building.
"People were very patient
and there was no incident,"
he said. "Everyone left in or-
derly fashion. The courthouse
staff was a great help."
Nicholas and others spid
they were brought snacks
and drinks by a local church
while they waited for the safe-
ty inspection to be completed.
It made us all feel a little bet-
ter," Nicolas said.
"We were all getting a little
hungry."
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JAY FELSBERG I Managing editor
Jackson County Sheriff Lou Roberts gets information just before he


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Hess takes office


as state attorney


DAVID ANGLER
Florida Freedom Newswire
PANAMA CITY The tone
of the swearing-in of State
Attorney Glenn Hess on
Tuesday was a lot lighter
than the campaign waged
to win the seat.
"Glenn has always
had the best interest of
the county and circuit at
heart," Circuit Judge Wil-
liam Wright said at Hess'
investiture as the 14th
Judicial Circuit's newest
State Attorney. "Glenn
Hess is a fair man, and
what the State Attorney's
Office deserves and de-
mands is a fair man."
Hess took the keys to
the State Attorney's Office
at 12:01 a.m. Tuesday, when
his term officially started,
and went immediately to
work. He and several staff
members made a video in-
ventory of equipment and
property at the office. Hess
said Monday the inventory
was an essential element
to beginning his new ad-
ministration.
The investiture came at
the end of a long day's work
for the new State Attorney.
"I don't know why (Hess)
asked me to swear him in,"
Wright said. "I tried to get
him not to run."
SBefore swearing Hess
into the new job, Wright
mockingly swore in Hess'


longtime friend Martha
"Sister" Blackmon-Milli-
gan.
"Do you solemnly swear
Sto understand that you are
not the State Attorney?"
Wright said to Milligan.
"Do you solemnly swear
that you will not ask for
video surveillance on Steve
Meadows' office?"
Two issues in the elec-
tion were intimations from
Meadows, the outgoing
State Attorney, that Mil-
ligan would have a signifi-
cant role in a Hess' admin-
istration and the finding of
a State Attorney's Office
video surveillance sys-
tem trained on property
adjacent to Milligan's of-
fice that also recorded her
front door. Meadows and
Milligan ran against each
other in 2004 for State At-
torney in what became an
emotional and increasingly
negative campaign.
Wright also joked about
Hess' new staff, which
includes several senior
attorneys who are being
brought in to train the
younger prosecutors.
"He doesn't have to
worry about his staff being
in the DROP program,"
Wright said of the state's
retirement system. "He's
got to worry about them
being in the drop-dead pro-
gram."


'Nicole P. Barefield, Publisher
Jay Felsberg, Managing Editor
Cameron Everett, Production Supervisor
Brad Goodyear, Composition Supervisor
Zola Anderson, Office Manager
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Civic Association President
Karen Schoen, who has done
marketing consulting for Fo-
cus 2000, led off by saying
that, "that there has been a
lot of confusion and misun-
derstanding" about the proj-
ect. She said Shaw was at
the meeting "to explain it so
everyone has a clear under-
standing of the project."
The project, also labeled
the Emerald Coast Corri-
dor in the slide show, would
have positive regional im-
pact, Shaw said. "It touches
so many people in North-
west Florida and South
Alabama," he said.
Shaw said the among
the possible benefits of the
project would include "cre-
ating prosperity" and keep-
ing traffic out of densely
populated areas, both ob-
jects stated at previous
meeting.
The project would also



PARADE
from poge Al

a meeting January 15 at
the T.J. Enrichment Cen-
ter (old Roulhac Middle
School building) Class
Room 3 at 5 p.m. for all
those local businesses or
organizations that would
like to contribute ideas to-
ward the parade.
The parade prepara-
tions will begin at 9 a.m.
at the Philip Rountree
Memorial Stadium, then
it will start at 10 a.m. tak-
ing State Road 90 to State
Road 77, then will turn
down Church Street back


take advantage of the inter-
national airport that Shaw
said would be a hub for
express companies and a
4,000-acre industrial park,
as well as the port that
would be in a position to
take advantage of improve-
ments of the Panama Canal
that should channel more
shipping to the Gulf.
The development of
the Knight-Ridder prop-
erty in Bay and Washington
counties, known locally as
Moody's Pasture, would
also benefit from the toll
road, he said.
Shaw said an example
of the kind of development
possible with improved
transportation would also
be the Kia project in the
Auburn-LaGrange-West
Point region of Alabama
and Georgia. Shaw said
that the project has gener-
ated 15, 599 new jobs with
the automobile assembly
plant and Tier I and II as-
sociated manufacturers
and suppliers. "
"We can't get jobs like


to Second Street and take
Railroad Avenue back to
the stadium.
From there it's on to the
T.J. Roulhac Enrichment
and Activity Center for a
program put together by
the Fresh Start Anti-Drug
Coalition.
"There will be booths
set up for people to pur-
chase food and drinks,"
said Smith.
For more information
on purchasing a T-shirt
contact the Fresh Start
Anti-Drug Coalition at 638-
7884, for information on
Sthe event or meeting con-
tact the Fresh Start Anti-
Drug Coalition or Smith at
260-2323.


this on an east-west inter-
state," Shaw said. "The
ease of transportation
would determine the rate
of growth."
Shaw said that about a
half-dozen interchanges
would be built in Washing-
ton County, with "the niost
logical route" being be-
tween Bonifay and Chipley,
although he said no firm
route has been chosen.
While he was not spe-
cific about the exact sort of
business development that
would be enjoyed by Wash-
ington County, he suggest-
ed that a. major truck stop
and industrial parks were
possibilities.
"The region has more
opportunities than any
region I have ever seen,"
Shaw said.
One of the major con-
cerns at previous meetings
was use of eminent domain
to obtain right of way. Shaw
said that use of eminent
domain would be up to the
Washington County BOCC.
"The county has the ulti-



REPAIRS
from page Al

improvements schedule to
update the City's Compre-
hensive Plan, which has all
of the projects the city has
planned for the immediate
future.
Council was asked to
put the renovations to the
Historical Society building
on this year's Comp Plan,
otherwise the Society



SKITS

from page Al

um) starting at 6 p.m.
"I know Russell is look-,
ing for a little girl who can
sing "Tomorrow" from Lit-
tle Orphan Annie and danc-
ers because this produc-
tions is going to be mostly
Broadway-type songs from
the 40s to now and not
many skits," said Mem-
ber at Large Trish Payne.
"We're hoping for a lot of
singers, solo or chorus but
most of all, we're hoping
for a large turnout."
Payne has been with
the playhouse since it was
first established a little
more than a year ago and
has performed in Pensaco-
la at the University of West
Florida and Saint Mary's
Productions.
She explained that Rus-
sell had been trying for a
few years to get the play-
house started and that
in 1995 there was also an
attempt to create a the-
ater group for Washington
County.
"I was just so glad to
finally get a group going,"
she said. "Kevin's tried for
so long, he's just excellent


mate responsibility to use
eminent domain," he said.
rTy Short has voice a
number of concerns about
the project at previous
meetings and he said he
still has many questions,
as did several others at the
meeting. Short noted that
State 77 and 79 are under-
going widening projects
and said that US 231 is still
under capacity after being
widened.
Short also noted that
an early study showed that
the toll road could not sup-
port itself with just tolls, al-
though Shaw said that this
was no longer the case.
Shaw also said there
would be no feasibility
study on the project until it
is funded and all interlocal
agreements are in place.
That is not the case in Flor-
ida, although Shaw said
that support in Alabama is
strong.
"Everyone I spoke with
in Alabama is behind it,"
he said. "I can do this if the
citizens will let me."


wouldn't be able to seek
state funding.
It was agreed that
the renovations could be
placed on the long-term
plan, until financial as-
sistance could be assured
and then, during the next
update of the comp plan,
he could be placed in the
short-term plan.
The next council work-
shop is scheduled for Feb.
5 and the next regular
scheduled meeting is for
Feb. 12.


at what he does and we
really enjoy working with
him."
Payne also coordinated
pageants for the First Bap-
tist Church for six years
and not only sings and acts,
but also monologs, such as
Mary, Mother of Jesus and
Mary of Bethany.
This was the first pro-
duction with the playhouse
for Rachel Webb, the secre-
tary and Performing Arts
chair for the Washington
County Arts Council. She's
had professional schooled
in vocal and performing
arts from Chipola and the
Southeastern University in
Lakeland.
"It's something that
has been with me since
childhood; just a need or a
desire to sing, dance and
put on a show," said Webb.
"I was thrilled to get back
on the stage again; it's the
thrill of the audience and
it's an adrenaline rush like
no other."
Webb plans on pursuing
her Master's Degree in the
theatrical arts.
For more information
visit the Spanish Trail Play-
house's website at www.
SpanishTrailPlayhouse.
com or contact Kevin Rus-
sell at (850) 260-9279.


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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Prim: Regional libraries lack proper funding


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Mickey Prim, administrator for the Panhandle Public Library
Cooperative System, discusses the state of the regional library
system and increasing funding challenges at the Chipley Kiwanis
weekly meeting Tuesday, Jan. 6.


The Chipley Kiwanis Club
heard from Mickey Prim, admin-
istrator of the Panhandle Public
Library Cooperative System on
Tuesday, about the state of the
regional library system and in-
creasing funding challenges.
Prim, originally from North-
west Florida, graduated from
Troy University and returned to
this area after a 23-year Marine
Corps career and after securing
a Masters Degree from the Uni-
versity of Alabama.
Founded in 1992, the Panhan-
dle Public Library Cooperative
System (the acronym for which
is 'PLICS') is state-funded and
oversees library operations in
Washington, Jackson, Holmes
and Calhoun counties. Servic-
ing in excess of 106,000 people
in this four-county area, PLICS
directors are appointed by the
County Commission in the
member counties.
Although Florida does not
mandate there be public librar-
ies, there are regional libraries
in each county, with each library
autonomous insofar as operat-
ing procedures, hours of opera-
tion, etc. PLICS provides help
with budgetary issues faced


Mickey Prim, administrator of the
Panhandle Public Library Cooperative System,
pointed out that the last round of budget cuts
prevented the purchase of around
400 books in the local library systems.


by these facilities, and acts as
an arbitrator in issues with the
State of Florida.
Facing a potential 30-per-
cent cut in overall funding for
the three-year period 2008-2010,
Prim, accompanied by Linda
Norton, Director of the Wash-
ington County Public Library,
warned that regional libraries
will be forced to cut hours of
operation as well as staff in up-
coming months.
Prim pointed out that the
last round of budget cuts pre-
vented the purchase of around
400 books in the local library
systems.
Asking the question 'How im-
portant is the public library sys-
tem to you?' Prim. pointed out
that recent economic challeng-
es, including unemployment,


have caused increased activity
in public libraries, mainly for in-
ternet access and lifelong learn-
ing, some of which online equip-
ment can qualify for up to eighty
percent federal funding.
The Washington County Li-
brary is open until 6 p.m. Mon-
day through Friday.
For more information about
PLICS, contact Mickey Prim at
(850) 482-9296. Prim also invited
the public to attend the monthly
meetings of the Panhandle Pub-
lic Library Cooperative System,
held the third Tuesday of each
month in Marianna.
The Kiwanis Club of Chipley
has been serving the youth of
Washington County for over 67
years, and last year provided
financial support to over 30 re-
cipient groups and activities.


WASHINGTON COUNTY COURTHOUSE DOCKET


Jan. 12
This information is a
matter of public record
and was taken from
the Washington County
Courthouse docket for Jan.
12, 2009. The following
individuals are scheduled
to appear:
Violation of
Probation Hearing:
Deontra Ramon
Andrews: possession
of controlled substance
without prescription.
Shannon Nicole
Brink: battery on detention
or commitment facility staff
(3 counts).
Misty Lea Decker:
David Anthony
Geiger:
Michael Wayne
Odom: three counts on
violation of probation.
Nathaniel Omar
ONeil: resist officer with
violence.
Amber Lane
Register:
Clinton Travis
Roberts: battery/touch or
strike, aggravated battery
to cause bodily harm or
disability.
Hezzie Alex Russell:
Macon David
Stewart:
Supplemental Pre-
Trial:
William Ealy
Bell: obtain property
Communication by fraud,
larceny.
Tony Albert Caso:
obtain controlled substance
by fraud, traffic in opium
or derivative, possession
of drug with intent to
sell, possess controlled
substance without
prescription (5 counts).
Steven Lashaun
Davis: possession of
cocaine with intent to sell,
mfg. or deliver.
Demion Antonio
Dixon: sexual assault on
victim 12 years of age or
older special conditions.
Mark Conrad
Fournier: driving while
license suspended or
revoked, driving under
the influence of alcohol
or drugs, refuse to submit
to DUI test after license
suspended.
Melissa Floyd
Haney: unlawful
possession of listed
chemicals, possession of
marijuana, possession or
use of drug paraphernalia.
Raymond Harold
Holmes: aggravated
assault with deadly weapon
without intent to kill,
disturbing the peace-breach
of peace.
Gerry Paul Kelley:
Wesley Allen
Kelly: possession of
methamphetamine and
possession or use of drug
paraphernalia.
Hayes Terrell
Robinson: aggravated
assault with deadly
weapon without intent to
kill, making, transporting,
throwing a fire bomb-
incendiary device.
Adam Columbus
Sheffield: sell,


manufacture or delivery
of amphetamine,
possession or use of drug
paraphernalia.
Arraignment
Hearing:
Scott Ray Boyett:
(two cases).
Stacey Lee Custer:
aggravated battery on
person 65 years of age or
older (2 counts), improper
exhibition of firearm
or dangerous weapon,
possession of weapon or
ammo by convicted felon.
Steven Charles Ditto:
ass forged or altered bank
ill/note/check/draft.
Mark Conrad
Fournier: driving while
license suspended or
revoked, driving under
the influence of alcohol
or drugs, refuse to submit
to DUI test after license
suspended.
Joseph Alan French:
possession of weapon or
ammo by convicted felon,
selling opium or derivative:
Steven Galloza:
driving while license
suspended or revoked.
Barbara M. Grande:
unarmed burglary of
dwelling no assault or
battery, grand theft.
Brittany Nichole
Griswell: manufacture
of cocaine, possession of
marijuana, possession or
use of drug paraphernalia.
Julie Marie Harp:
grand theft.
Fred Mark Higgins:
possession of weapon or
ammo by convicted felon.
Julie Annette
Kennedy: disorderly
intoxication, carrying
concealed weapon/
firearm.
Jerry Russell Linton:
carrying concealed
weapon/firearm, dealing in
stolen property, possession
of controlled substance
without prescription.
Paul Andrew
Magnussen: aggravated
assault with intent to commit
felony, child abuse without
great harm, possession or
use of drug paraphernalia,
possession of listed
chemicals with intent to sell.
Amber Lynn Miller:
'criminal mischief, unarmed
burglary of unoccupied
structure.
Anna Sierra Neel:
fraud- illegal use of credit
card.
Thomas Bernard
Peterson: driving
while license suspended
or revoked (2 counts,
battery of officer,
firefighter EMT, etc., resist
officer without violence,
obstruct police-deprive of
means of protection or
communication.
Paul James Ruth:
unarmed burglary of
dwelling no assault or
battery (3 counts), grand
theft (4 counts), trespassing
construction site, larceny-
grand theft, grand theft
motor vehicle.
Bryan Tate Sasser:
child abuse without great
harm.
Billy Raymond


Sharpe: grand theft (5
counts), unarmed burglary
of an unoccupied structure
(2 counts), trespassing
construction site, larceny-
grand theft, grand theft
auto.
Timothy Allen
Taylor: give false name
to law enforcement
officer-make false report,
resist officer-obstruct
without violence, selling
methamphetamine,
possession or sue of drug
paraphernalia.
Michael Edward
Williams: obtain
controlled substance by
fraud.
Stacey Marie
Wilson: driving while
license suspended
cancelled or revoked,
selling methamphetamine.
Joseph Todd
Worthy: aggravated
battery on pregnant
woman.
Detra Estele
Wyrosdick: driving
while license suspended or
revoked.
Sentencing Hearing:
Richard Edmund
Buswell: battery of
officer, firefighter EMT, etc.
(2 counts), battery to cause
bodily harm (3 counts).
Evidentiary Hearing:
Steven Milton
Campbell: (3 cases)
Hearings:
Dayron Ray
Mooney: sexual battery.
Hubie Roberts:
discharge firearm in public,
aggravated assault with
deadly weapon without
intent to kill.
Status Hearing:
Timothy Allen
Taylor: possession
of methamphetamine,
possession or use of drug
paraphernalia, driving
while license suspended
cancelled or revoked.

Jan. 16
This information is a
matter of public record
and was taken from
the Washington County
Courthouse docket for Jan.
16, 2009. The following
individuals are scheduled
to appear:
Evidentiary
Hearings:
Jason Callahan:
Carroll Woodell:
possession of controlled
substance without
prescription, possession
of cocaine, driving
while license suspended
cancelled or revoked.
Clyde Corbin:
aggravated battery.
Benjamin R. Jones:
aggravated battery on
pregnant woman.
Ursula Takara
Jones: driving while
license suspended or
revoked, possession of
marijuana, resisting officer-
obstruct without violence.
David Russell Land:
Peggy Diane
Morse: methamphetamine
possession, possession or
use of drug paraphernalia.
Laxavier D.


Patterson: driving with
expired license for than
four months, possession of
listed chemical with intent
to manufacture controlled
substance.
Motion Hearings:
Melvin Joe Canoy:
Harold Everett
Harvey: child neglect
without great harm.
Dewey B. Hicks:
lewd and lascivious
behavior or conduct by less
than 18 years-of-age.
Felicia Ann
Sheffield: aggravated
assault with deadly weapon
without intent to kill.
Willie C. Smith:
grand theft.


Presidential


Inauguration party


planned


MARIANNA Darold
Pope-Amandala United
Temples will be holding a
Presidential Inauguration
Ball for Barack Obama on
January 19 in honor of
Dr. Martin Luther King,
Jr. at the Jackson County
Agriculture Center in
Marianna from 6 p.m. to
midnight.
Entertainment will be
provided by Certified Mu-
sicologiest "Diamond D."
Advanced tickets can


be purchased at Aaron's
Sales & Lease, Kids King-
dom Day Care and Bry-
ant Enterprizes for $20 or
purchased at the door for
$25.
All proceeds will go
to benefit the Harambee
Dragons AAU Sports Pro-
gram.
The theme for the eve-
ning is "Lets Come To-
gether to Celebrate His-
tory" and honor Dr. Mar-
tin Luther King, Jr.


Connection Between Oral Health and

Your General Health


You may have
read in recent months
about the evidence
that our medical
science researchers
are uncovering. The
evidence is becoming
clearer and clearer
that active oral
disease has a basic
connection to effects
seen'in general health.
One of the areas the
researchers have been
able to establish clear
connection is chronic
gum disease and its
linkage to cardio-
vascular disease. This
connection should be
a great concern for all
adults who are reading
this article. The concern
is because 80% or more
of 'the general adult
public have some level
of active low grade
gum inflammation
in the bodies. This
pervasive chronic low
grade inflammation
creates a response
from our bodies
immune system.
When we have a low
grade inflammation
anywhere in our bodies
our liver is stimulated
to release a certain
reactive protein (c-
reactive). The action
of this C reactive
protein is to act upon
plaques on the walls of
our arteries. The build
up of plaque in our
arteries is a life style
life long!


occurrence,


which


helps to lead to
ultimate cardio-
vascular accidents.
Most common cardio-
vascular accidents are
stroke and heart attacks.
This protein reaction
with the arterial plaque
is to cause loosen or
busting of the plaque,
which creates floaters
embolii) in the blood
stream. If the floaters
are large enough to
lodge in one of the
small arteries of our
brain it is called a
stroke and if it lodges
in one of the arteries of
the heart it is called a
heart attack.
It is always
important to look at
cause and effect when
we want to take action
to create a different
effect or outcome. If
we did not have the
low grade chronic
inflammation in our
gums our liver would
not be stimulated to
release the C-reactive
protein and the protein
would not be creating
floaters in our blood
stream. The above


I I ,*.--. S
Larry J. Cook, DMD

information can
become too entailed,
yet the moral of the
story is that every adult
should take action to
be certain that they
are not in the 80% of
persons who have an
ongoing low grade
gum inflammation. If
we create a healthy oral
condition we lessen
the. chances of these
unique cardio vascular
accident connections
from occurring.
Consult with your
dental professional for
an evaluation of you
current dental health
condition. Allow your
dental team to develop
a custom game plan for
your dental wellness.


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Marianna, FL 32446
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A4 I Washington County News


NASCAR


Saturday, January 10, 2009


Sadler to file lawsuit
Elliott Sadler plans to sue want to be bought out. Elliott
Gillett Evernham has a contract that doesn't
Motorsports to stay in the expire until the end of 2010.
No. 19 Dodge through the He intends to race in 2009
end of his contract, which and 2010."
runs through 2010, his attor- GEM officials did not
ney told ESPN on Monday. comment.
"Our objective is to get in Buric filed an "applica-
the car and race for B | B tion and order
them," said Sadler's I extending time to
lawyer, John Buric. file complaint" on
"We have a contract' Dec. 31. Sadler has
with them. We intend until Jan. 20 to file a
to enforce that con- complaint unless he
tract." and GEM settle the
Buric said the dispute.
lawsuit would be .'/ Sadler plans to
filed in Iredell seek "injunctive
County, N.C., relief" as well as
Superior Court with- Sadler "general, conse-


in the next week to
10 days unless a settlement
is reached. Buric filed a
notice of intent to sue for
breach of contract when
Salder learned through a
sponsor that he would be
replaced by A.J.
Allmendinger.
Sadler says he still hasn't
been told by anyone at GEM
they intend to change.drivers.
"We got a phone call that
says basically they want to
buy him out of his contract,"
Buric said. "We said we don't


'Dega cuts it
Ta l ad e g a
Superspeedway just gave its
fans another reason to help
celebrate its 40th anniver-
sary, by reducing more than
20,000 Sprint Cup Series
tickets to only $40 each.
Beginning Jan. 8, tickets in
the Gadsden and Lincoln
grandstands will be avail-
able at the reduced price for
both the April 26 Aaron's
499 and the Nov. 1 Amp
Energy 500 Cup races.
The Gadsden and Lincoln-
Grandstand tickets normally
retail for $70 and $75,
respectively, creating a sav-
ings of more than 40 percent
for race fans.
In addition to a new
lower ticket price, fans
attending the April 24-26
Aaron's Dream Weekend'
and the Oct. 30-Nov. 1 Amp
Energy 500 Weekend will


quential, treble and
punitive damages."
Gillett Evernham
Motorsporls, team owner
George Gillett, Ray
Evernham Enterprises and
Allmendinger are named as
defendants.
Sadler's lawyer says his
client learned on Dec. 30
that GEM had begun negoti-
ating with Allmendinger to
drive the No. 19 this season.
Sadler signed a multiyear
extension in 2008 to drive
the car through 2010.


ticket prices
find that some of the best
things at Talladega are still
free. With more than 15,000
free campsites in three
overnight parks, free day
parking on track property
and a free Kid's Zone in the
display area, Talladega
Superspeedway is making
life easy for race fans during
tough economic times.
In 20109; Talladega
Superspeedway proudly cel-
ebrates 40 years of the most
competitive racing in
NASCAR. While the track
has seen changes made to
the cars that circle its high
banks, the surface that they
race on and the grandstands
that thousands of fans fill
twice a year, one constant
remains -- Talladega
Superspeedway is authentic
NASCAR racing at its
finest.


McClure pleads to tax fraud
Larry McClure, a co- ished runner-up to Irvan in
founder ofMorgan-McClure 1991, won the 1994 and
Motorsports, has agreed to 1995 Daytona 500s for
plead guilty to tax fraud Morgan-McClure
charges. Motorsports. Marlin was.
Assistant U.S. Attorney third in the point standings
Randy Ramseyer said in '95, the team's highest
Wednesday that in exchange season finish.
for Larry McClure's pleas, The team's last victory
prosecutors will dismiss came on April 20, 1998; at
fraud charges related Ma r t i n s v i 11 e
to the painting of .''I Speedway with driv-
show-car trailers. ... er Bobby Hamilton.
But he says -*'.. Morgan-McClure
McClure has agreed Motorsports made
to make restitution N i 16 starts with driver
of nearly $60,000 ,... Ward Burton. The
related to those .' team's final race was
charges. J.i Oct. 21, 2007, at
Morgan-McClure Martinsville.
Motorsports has 14 A hearing is
wins, 63 top-five fin- McClure scheduled Jan. 15 in
ishes and 146 top- U.S. District Court
10s in 702 starts in the Cup to receive the pleas.
Series. Ramseyer says McClure
The team debuted on will plead guilty to three
June 19, 1983, at Michigan counts of filing false tax
with driver Mark Martin. He returns and two counts of
finished 27th. obstructing the investiga-
Ernie Irvan won the 1991 tion. McClure faces a maxi-
Daytona 500 driving the mum of 15 years in prison
team's No. 4 Chevrolet, and a $250,000 fine on each
Sterling Marlin, who fin- count.


NASCAR's King fading


Petty Driving Experience could be all that's left of Kingdom

By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazette.com

Racing's Camelot could be crumbling from
the outside in.
As 2009 arrives, Petty Enterprises and
Gillettt Evernham Motorsports are even closer
to completing a merger that would mean a new
home for the famed No. 43 NASCAR fans asso-
ciate with the Petty kingdom.
Petty Enterprises has been a stand-alone
Petty operation that's been a part of the sport
-since its founding 60 years ago.
Petty Enterprises is expected to lay off the
majority of the 39 employees remaining at its
shop in Mooresville, N.C.
Although neither GEM nor Petty officials
said an announcement was forthcoming,
sources indicated that the organizations were
ironing out final details. The merger would
entail GEM absorbing Petty's No. 43 car, which
according to sources would be driven by Reed
Sorenson and sponsored by the Air Force next
season.
Bobby Labonte drove the car for the past
three seasons at Petty Enterprises, but the team
lost its primary sponsorship to Richard
Childress Racing, and Labonte cut ties with the
.. organization earlier this month.
It is reported that David Zucker, current
chief operating officer of Petty Enterprises and
the Richard Petty Driving Experience, will
oversee only the driving experience once the
merger is complete. Zucker was installed as
Petty's CEO after team owner Richard Petty
earlier this year sold majority interest in his
.l organization to the private equity firm, Boston
Ventures, in a bid to raise capital and improve
performance.
Though team owner George Gillett reported-
ly plans to preserve the Petty name in the new
organization, the merger will close a chapter in
NASCAR's 60-year history.
Richard's father, Lee, founded Petty
Enterprises in 1949, and the organization went
on to become the most successful in NASCAR
history, winning 10, championships and 268
races on the sport's premier circuit. Yet the team
has fallen on hard times in recent years, without
a race victory since John Andretti prevailed at
Martinsville in 1999.
In an attempt to raise its competitive profile,
the Petty team moved from its longtime head-
quarters of Level Cross, N.C., to metro
Charlotte earlier this year. Still the struggles
/.,1 continued, and sponsor losses were exacerbated
by the ongoing economic recession.
The merger would place four cars under the
GEM stable -- the No. 43, as well as Nos. 9, 10,
and 19 currently in the Gillett Evernham fleet.
Kasey Kahne drives the No. 9, with A.J.
Allmendinger replacing Elliott Sadler in the No.
19 for next season.


(Left) Richard Petty watches his two cars
during a practice session earlier this sea-
son from the team hauler in the pits.
(BELOW) Petty ackno..ledges the fans prior
to Ihe start of the Daylona 500, a race he
has won a record setting seven times.


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.... 4100 4130 -6140 6170 6170 7100 1-
General Other 1BR Furnished House. 2BR Mobile Home, good Mobile Home for rent; 2.5 acres,2002,4BR/2BA, For Sale
Washer/Dryer, CH/A, location in Chipley. No 2BR/2BA, water/sewer and doublewide, 1800 Sq/Ft. ley. Two
Part-time employee to Mystery Shoppers, get water, garbage. Smoke Pets. 850-638-4640. lawn service furnished. 3 totally renovated, paved on paved
clean commercial building. paid to shop! Retail/dining free environment No pets. BRMobile Home. Total miles east of Vernon on Pi- road, frontage, 1 mile from Orange
Flexible hours. Call establishments need un- Very clean. $500 month, soe &e oneer Rd. 850-638-9933 or Bonifay and 1-10. $85,000. Each lot
638-4857. derercover clients to judge $400 deposit. lor. Frint eck. Smoke 850-638-3254, or 850-956-2642 tire 3 a
quality customer service. 850-638-1272. re environment. No pets. 850-638-7315. cleared
Earn up to $150. a day. 2BR House in Vernon. Apply (@C The Westerner, Mobile Homes for rent in 100% Financing for cuali- oaksreae
Industrial Call (888)-523-1013. Fenced yard. Smoke free 638-1124. Cottondale on Sapp Road, lied first time home buy- or both. I
environment. Reference re- BR/2BA MH w/14x16 8 miles east of Chipley, ers. 2BR/2BA stucco Current
Sewing Machine q. uired. $550 month; first, Master BR 5H. cast iro 3BR/2BA and 2BR/2BA home, new appliances, see!
Operators Needed last, deposit, $1,650 to Large deck on available. Total electric corner lot. $130,000. Pos- (850)326
oii move in. 259-5096. NearBonifay Ele School(850)258-4868; 209-8847 sible owner financing.
Position available for e or r 473 wwwmcharloscountryliv- 850-535-0711 or For Sal
3pmn-11pm. '+" !$Z. 2BR/1BA House for rent. Call 547-3746. income 850-258-6018. acres,$
3pm7 ouhm3mietofIng.com 850-258-6018. acres, $
Prefer 6 months Hwy 77 South, 3 miles off 3BR/2BA. CH/A, in town. er mont
experience in sewing Houston Rd.Call638-1858 One block to elementary Two, 2BR/2BA Mobile per mont
machine operating for info. school. No pets. HUD ac Homes for rent. No pets. For owner finance: Cal 535
but willing to train. REAL ESTATEFOR RENT 3BR/2BA, Concreteblock epted. $475 month plus $400 a month plus deposit 2BR/1BA block home in
They are stand up and house. 1 car closed gar- deposit. 638-0560. or $450 month plus de- Bonifay on a fenced lot Two 5 ac
sitdown sew 6100 Business/ house 1 car closed gar deposit. 638-0560. posit furnished 547-4232 and a half. Central heat/air. res on B
so sewing commercial age. Ready for immediate 3BR/2BA MH. 1 mile or 527-4911. $1,000.00 to move in and acres &
machines. 110 Apartments occupancy. $600 per south of. Bonifay. Call $500.00 a month. For info Gainer F
Must have 2 forms of ID. 6120 Beach Rentals month, $400 security de- 850-373-8922. 850-849-1684 ing For
Contact Manpower at 6130 Condo/Townhouse posit. Progressive Realty. ton Peel
334-794-7564 6140 House Rentals 6388220. For Rent 3BR/2BA dou-on eel
if interested. 6150-Roommate Wanted Lblewide. in Bonifay. No h 'RENT TO OWN Brick
6160 Rooms for Rent Alford. Large 3BR/2BA Pets, cell # 850-373-8938 home in Bonifay, 3BR/1BA
6170 Mobile Home/Lot energy efficient home, newly remodeled, new ap-
M18e0- Out-ot-Town Rentals newly remodeled, new ap-
Medical/Health 6190-Timeshare Rentals Built in '05. $950 month For Rent, 2BR mobile pliances, new CH/A, great
6200 Vacation Rentals plus deposit. Reference re- home w/window A/C. Call neighborhood, $2,500.
CNA'S quired. Call 850-579-4317 535-2657. down, $700./month 14x70
NEEDED FOR 3-11 SHIFT; or 850-866-1965. or Rent: 2 3 bedroom EALESTATE FOR SALE 772-539-9263 clean.
180 BED SKILLED NURS-14x703
ING FACILITY BONIFAY, 6100 Bonifay: Sale or rent with mobile homes in Bonifay. 7100- HHomes 14x70 3p
FLRIDA NEED EERI option, 3BR/2BA, on golf Call 850-547-3462 7110 Beach Home/ pet, pai
FLORIDA NEED EXPERI- Property $15,900.
ENCED INDIVIDUALS ExecutiveOfficespace course, screened porch Mobile Home $300. 7120 Commercial 850-763-
WITH EXCELLENT I for lease on Brickyard I overlooking 8th fairway, month, plus $300. deposit, 7130- condio/Townhouse 7150
BACKGROUND EMPLOY- I Rd. Great location sep. bldg for golf cart or no pets. Call 7140 Farms & Ranches
MENT HISTORY PLEASE across from Chipley storage. $800 me + $500 850-547-2043. Leave mes- 7160 Lets and Acreage By Owner 6.8acres in two ALL HO2
CALL BECKY GALLOWAY I High School. 638-7700 I dep. 1 year lease sage. 10 Wole osu s parces a corners o n R/two pet! 28
www.chipleyofficefor 850-547-50447170Watront roads, all useable in 3BR/2BA
AT 547-9289 X 215 FOR I www.chipleyofficefor 850-547-5044 f i Investment oos ar or a
INTERVIEW Mobile Home for rent in Property woods near Hickory Hill. place, bl
INTERVIEW. ea For Rent. Brick House. Bonifay, 3BR/2BA $200. 7190- Out-o-Town $18,000. or $2,000. down paint. S
3BR/1.5BA. No pets. Deposit, $450. rent. Real Estate $200./month Call Richard $23,900.
Executive Office Space Applicaton needed. Call 850-547-3650 7200 Timeshare @ 850-547-2637 '850-763-
Professional for rent downtown Chipley. 638-1918.
638-1918
Holmes District School For Rent; 3 BR/1BA Brick
Board For Rent/Sale Chipley house, 1,400 SF $425 a
is now accepting Brick Executive Office,930 month. Ponce de Leon
proposals for Main St., 2145 SF, 6 of- area. 850-259:9113
School Board fices, WIFI Wiring Publishers
Attorney. 404/660/3813 Publisher's
The Holmes District Notice
School Board will
receive and consider Office space for lease,
Statement of Qualifica- 1240 S Blvd (Corner of All real estate advertising in
tions from individuals S. Blvd/7th St), Chipley, thisnewspaper is subject to B
interested in providing $750/mo, 1000 sq ft., 3 the ]Fair Housing Act which
the services of School offices,'1 reception, 1 'makes it illegal to advertise
the services of School oices 1 reception, 1 ny preference, limitation or B 9r D o g
Board Attorney for the bath, kitchen, parking discrimination based on

aerence, limitation or dis-
Board. 407-616-6890 handicap, familial status or
The following minimum national origin, or an inten-
qualifications are re- Office Space for rent in tion, to make anysuch re- T 1 M U 14
quired: Dunn Building, 3 private criminatione Familia status
1. Must be attorney offices, carpet, heat/air, includes children under the
Florida. Call Dutch 850-579-2821. or legal custodians, preg- W h e re T h
2. Must be able to phys- nant women and people se-
ically attend Holmes curing custody of children
District School Board under 18.
meetings. 2009
3. Must be able to at- 6110 This newspaper will not
tend administrative knowingly accept any adver-
tend administrative 1BR/1BA Apartment for rising for real estate which is
hearings, courthearings rent. No pets. Application in violation of the law. Our i 7
and other functions as needed. Call 638-1918. readers are hereby informed 3.7 V-,
general counsel in per- that all dwellings advertised 3.7 V-6, matic,
formance of his or her Apartment for Rent: 2 in this newspaper are availa- Automatic, Windo
legal duties, bedrooms 2 1/2 baths. ble on a equal opportunity Door
4. Must have the legal Townhouse Apartment in basis. To complain of dis Air, CD oor
ability to perform duties Bonifay. NO pets allowed. nation call HUD toll-free Player Tilt,
of Attorney for the Phone 850-547-3129 at 1-800-669-9777. The CD
Holmes District School toll-ree number for the hear- AT
Board. ng impaired is S ARTING
5. Must be in good APARTMENTS FOR 1-800-927-9275.
standing with Florida RENT
Bar. Based on family income
Anyone interested in and must Qualify. -$
being considered for Geothermal HVAC. orrmn
this position, please Apply at 1370 Old Boni-
mail or present a state- fay Rd. Application must RENT TO OWN Brick
ment of qualifications to be completed at office, home in Bonifay, 3BR/1 BA
the office of the 638-0134. Equal Hous- newly remodeled, new ap-
Superintendent f ing Opportunity. pliances, new CH/A, great
Holmes District neighborhood, $2,500.
Schools, For rent Sleepy Hollow down, $700./month HEMI
located at 701 East Duplex Apartments 772-539-9263
Pennsylvania Avenue, HUD not accepted
Bonifay, Florida 32425, 2BR/1BA and 3BR/1BA. Leather, 2.4L El
by 9:00 a.m., Tuesday, Water, garbage, lawn care 1
January 13, 2009. included. Spacious, en- 61S0 Sunroof, tomall
ergy efficient with private Room Mate Wanted. Loaded Windo
yard. 850-638-7128. Single male seeking room- Locks
Trades mate to share expenses tor L o -
GRAND OPENING nice 3BR/2BA house. Lo-
Climber/Lift Operator. SPECIAL!! cated 10 miles south of AVE UP
Must have at least 2 602 S. Weeks St. Bonifay. Chipley. Country setting.
years experience. Efficiency, 1 bedroom, 2 Must be employed & have
Prefer someone with bedroom. New owners, own transportation. For
line clearance newly remodeled. Call For info call 850-625-6537.
experience. Starting pay Details. 850-557-7732
depends upon your
experience. LARGE- 3BR/1BA $650,
Call Bill Blanset at S/D $350. Everything 6170 *All prices include owner loyalty, must finance with credit union.
(850) 3361255. New! Downtown Chipley, 2BR/1BA MH for rent.
Must have valid Drivers convenient location. Rent HUD accepted. $400
Licence. includes stove, refrigera- month, includes water.
Must not have any for, city water, sewer, gar- 1BR MH, $350 month, in-
felony charges within bage. Sorry no pets or cludes all utilities.
the past 8 years. HUD. 850-638-3306. 850-260-9795. 05 JEEP LIBERTY 4X4 ONE OWNER, LOCAL TEE. ..... ... $9 888
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06 NISSAN SENTRA AUTOMATIC, CN........-...... 13,888
02 FORD ESCAPE 4X4 XLT 67KmIu.............. 11,888
05 NISSAN ALTIMA .s, AUTOMAC .................. 13,888
05 CHRYSLER 300 HEMI LAEDI OUT ..................16,988
02 DODGE CARAVAN ONE OWNER, CLEAN.................. .6,988 O0
05 TOWN & COUNTRY 45K MILES...................... 11,840 0
06 BUICK LACROSSE 31KMILES, SHARPI ................... 13,940 0
08 CHEVY COBALT SK MILES, GAS AVER.................. $ 13,888 0
04 LANDROVER DISCOVERY NICE ............................. 17,888 0
01 CHEVY PRIZMSIKMLEES, CLEAN .... ....... ........ ............. $6,888 o0
05 FORD TAURUS 37K MILES, CHEAPI ......................................8,988
03 TOYOTA CAMRY64K MILES, CLEANI ............................. 12,840 o
07 MAZDA RX8 ROOF, 6-SPEED, LOADED.......................... $23,840 0O
04 SATURN ION ECONOMICA .................................................... 8 ,84 0 0
07 CHEVY IMPALALOCAL ONE OWNER, IIKMILES.... 15,840 0
04 NISSAN SENTRAAUTOMATIC, COLD AC...................... 8,840 0
06 TOYOTA COROLLA 25K MILES, AUTOMATIC.......... 15,840 o
05 EXPEDITION EDDIE BAUERONE OWNER..... $ 13,840
05 HYUNDAI TUSCONCLOT,AUTOMATIC.................... 16,940 9
04 CHEVY SUBURBAN LTLOADED, NICE ..................... 15,840 0o
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7150 7160 8110 -
By Owner-Chip- 14x68 3BR/2BA. Includes For Sale; 1997 Dodge
lots side by side set-up. Re installed CH/A. 2DR Neon. $500.
d road in desired $16,900. Call Brad @ 638-7835.
Hill Community. 850-763-7780.
is 1.5 acres. En-
acres is partially
with scattered/ ~ 7 8120
dy to build on one
Must sell together. 1998 Dodge Durrango,
survey. A must White, 4x4, 3rd row seat-
6-6782 $ t$4,800. Call 638-0690.
AUTOMOTIVE MARINE
e by owner. 2.5 RECREATIONAL
500 down, $225 100 -Antique & Collectibles
:h. Also, 4.5 acres. 8110 Cars 8130
2620. 8120 -Sports utility Vehicles
8130- Trucks Sale; 2000 Nisson X-Cab,
8140 Vans auto, LB, AC, TB, hi-miles,
:res & One 10 ac- 150 Commercial $7,000., neg. or 92 Mazda
uddy Rd. One 10 816- Motorcycles 2200, 5 SP, LB, AC, new
uddy R O 8170 Auto Parts head, TB, rough body,
One 13 acres on & Accessories head, TB, rough body,
Id. Owner financ- 8210-Boats hi-miles, $4,000. neg. 1511
more info call Mil- 8220- Personal Watercraft Hwy. '177 Bonifay.
@850-638-1858. 8230 Sailboats 850-547-2646, 8a.m.-
8240 Boat & Marine 7p.m.
Supplies
8310- Aircraft/Aviation
8320 ATV/Off Road Vehicles
8330 Campers & Trailers
8340 Motorhomes 8
2BR/28A. Very 2006 125 4-Stroke Dirt
$17,900. 1996 Runner Dirt Bike.
lR/2BAw/new car- 8110 Blue/White, like new.
nt, set-up, CH/A. 08 Call 638-3679
Call Brad @ 1998 Ford Escort Zx2, 2 $725/OBO. Call 638-3679
S7780. door, green color, sunroof, or 258-8264.
40 mpg. 104,768 miles.
Good Condition. $3,400.00 =,* :
MIE NEEDS is car- Call 850-547-2017
x66 Doublewide, 824
i w/stone fire- For Sale: 2003 Pontiac
built in deck, new Vibe, black with sunroof, Suzuki 6HP out board
Set-up included. low miles, $7,000. or best motor. External gas tank.
Call Brad @ offer. Call 850-548-5122, Excellent condition. $600.
7780. cell 850-849-2521 Call 773-2430.









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