Title: Washington County news
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Publication Date: June 7, 2008
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In The News

Will McLean
Approximately twenty years
ago this writer first heard the
name of Will McLean. I
learned he was a noted
ballad and folk singer and
song writer and was a native
of Washington County.
Page 4

CHS honors retirees
Cope, Vann
A reception for two retirees
from Chipley High School
was held 1:30-3:30 p.m.
June 2 in the school library.
Faye Cope, pictured above,
and Harry T. Vann were
honored by coworkers,
friends and relatives.
Page 3

"Steel Magnolias"
open auditions
Open auditions for "Steel
Magnolias" presented by the
Spanish Trail Playhouse will be
held June 16 andc17 at 6 p.m.
Page 5

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Event scheduled for June 14

Staff Writer
T he \\aVshinmon Count
Equtesrian Arena will be a iyear
old this fall. and the facility is
ahead a success, according to the
county official in charge of the facility.
The rodeo held at the Arena.,
located 18 miles south of 1-10 on
Highway 77 at Daniels Lake,
scheduled for June 14 is the fifth
rodeo since the arena was opened
Sept. 29, 2007.
"We've got an average of about 400
people each rodeo and when the
Alabama High School Association
came out, there was well over 500,"
said David Corbin, public service
director for Washington County Parks
and Recreation.
"The arena is 300 by 250 square feet
and can hold up to 1,000 because the
entire ring is surrounded by
The average cost per person is
$10 and children seven and under

h:i\e free admission. The events
include bull riding, calf roping, ladies
barrel racing, team roping and a junior
division in steer riding and bandl
"-Not many people know that this
event is also geared coward kids too,"
said Corbm.
"We've got the usual clown acts and
entertainment, but we've also got a
kids' event called 'calf scramble', and
they all have a chance at winning
The money acquired from the
rodeo's earnings goes back into
funding the arena. These earnings
come from admission, 30 percent of
concessions, and sponsorships.
For a company to place a
24-by-36-inch advertisement around
the arena it's $200 per year and for a
four-by-four-foot advertisement
placed on the arena fence it's $1,000
per year. The stadium's rent is $150
per event.
"The rodeo isn't the only event that
See RODEO, page 2

File photo

Businesses can purchase sponsorships at the Equestrian Arena.

Woman's Club

officers named
Installation of the Chipley Woman's
Club officers for 2008-2009 was
conducted by the newly elected District
2 Director of the Florida Federation of
Woman's Clubs, Anita Segler of Panama
City, at the May 14 meeting of the club.
Accepting leadership roles for the com-
ing year were: Liz Corbin (Dorothy
Clarke standing in for her), President;
Sybil Compton, Vice-President; Elaine
Chadwell, Recording Secretary; Carolyn
Heath, Corresponding Secretary; and
Tamara Pezanowski, Treasurer.


Toll road


set for


Managing Editor
afelsberg@chipleypaper.com -
Another public hearing on
the proposed limited access
toll road from Alabama to
the new international airport
is set for Monday, June 9 at
5 p.m. at the Washington
County Annex on South
The hearing is the second
public presentation on the
proposed road, which would
be a continuation of a
similar project around
Dothan, AL that is intended
to provide a fast, direct route
from Montgomery, AL to
the airport.
A large
crowd was Inside
on hand at
the first Toll road
meeting May map and
15 and Questions still
supporters not answered
of the Page 2
project, an
organization known as Focus
2000 of the Wiregrass, said
the toll road would be built
using 30-year bonds to be
paid off by tolls.
Once the bonds are paid
off the road would be given
to the respective counties.
In the case of Washington
County, the road would be
turned over to the Florida
department of Transportation,
according to statements made
at the May 15 hearing.
A private/public
organization similar to Focus
2000 of the Wiregrass would
be set up to administer the
Florida section of the toll
Very few details were
given about the proposal and
its effect on Washington
County, although supporters
touted it as potentially very
beneficial. Supporters said a
route has not even been
chosen as of May 15.

Questions asked
about the project
Board of County
Commissioners Chairman \
Joel Pate said Wednesday
that he would have no
official comment on the
issue until after the meeting
In addition to questions
asked in editorials in the
Washington County News
on May 14 and in today's
paper, an attempt was made
to send questions to Luther
Strange, the Alabama
attorney and former
Republican candidate for
lieutenant governor who was
on hand May 15 as a
representative for Focus
2000 of the Wiregrass.

See TOLL, page 2

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Washington County Christian School

Washington County Clhisiian
School announces 1 It honor rolls
for the fourth nine-weeks ot the
2007 08 school vear
First Grade:
All As: Grace Chastain, Hollie
Smith, Chloe Wagner. A/B: Alex
Brock, Jordan Bynum, Noah
Collins, Brayden Gainey, Justin
Holl, Parker Hooper, Andrew Law-
ton. Seth Miles, Zoe Shafer.
Second Grade:
All As: Kaliegh Laurel, Dominic
Bouton, Shauni Hooper. AB: Gar-
rett Kent, Baylee Steele.
Third Grade:
All As: Kaylee Finch, Isabella
Owens. AB: Lexi Brasher, Kloe
Brewer, Kimmy Butler, Heidi

Hut:Iel. lylel Lee, Shane Reed,
Zachary Williams.
Fourth Grade:
All As: none. A/B: Olivia Brock
Fifth Grade:
All As: none. AB: Kelsey Gilley,
Deanna Wells.
Sixth Grade:
All As: none. AB: Casey Wade.
Seventh Grade:
All As: Tiffany Laurie. A/B: Hilary
Eighth Grade:
All As: Timothy Seaboch, Ander
Sullivan, Caleigh Wells. NAB: Billie
Jo Bellew, Dan Wells.
Ninth Grade:
All As: Marli Sullivan.

Roulhac Middle School
Roulhac Middle School announces its A and A/B Honor Rolls for
the fourth nine-weeks of the 2007/08 school year.
Fifth Grade:
All As: Heather Anderson, Angel Aukema, Alena Blevins, Wyatt
Brock, Cheyanna Clark, Conner Clark,Kacie Crews, Mikaela Davis,
Cassie Drummond, Alexis Fritz, Jesse Gainey, Ashlyn Jeffries,
Andrew King, Brittany Marsceill, Elizabeth Martinez, Chelsea McEn-
tyre, Carley Mead, Jayde Smelcer, Emily Smith, Noah Smother,
Mary-Rosalyn Taylor.
A/B: Katelyn Adams, Lakeisha Andrews, Kyle Beman, Krishna
Bhakta, Natoria Bowden, David Boyett, Kadarius Bryant, Alexander
Bush, Julie Carroll, Joshua Chambliss, Kayla Coleman, Alexis
Cross, Devan Daniels, Quamiracle Davis, Steven Deese, Tony
Dodd, Zamera Fisher, Sierra Fowler, Shyla Gawronksi, Jack Gilbreth,
Heather Greene, Bradley Hall, Danielle Jones, Keely Jones, David
Kilgore, William Land, Christoper Lee, Kyra McDonald, Jordan
Melendez, Lindsay Miller, Tiffany Nellums, Trenton Patterson, Sab-
rina Pierce, Diamond Potter, Genesis Pruitt, Hannah Register, Kait-
lyn Register. Thomas Richardson, Savannah Schaubhut, Carlon
Smith, James Smith, Shelbi Smith, Chase Stephens, Chase Strick-
Justin Taylor. Kenneth Vickery, Kelcie Walsingham, Sydney Ward.
Sixth Grade:
All As: Madison Carter, Tyler Daniels, Sarah Gilbert, Logan Jus-
tice, Cary Laird, Matthew Mosley, Allison Pettis, Olivia Saunders,
Casey Strickland, Colby Wiggins.
A/B: Randall Behrendt, Amynah Binmahfooz, Myiesha Boston,
Chase Dalton, Richard Davenport, Farrah Davis, Richard Finch,
Isaac Guettler. Sarah Guettler, Hunter Harden, Robin Harr, Tristan
Hartzog, Allison Hayes, Cierra Hobby, Macie Horton, Alexis John-
son, Stephen Kauffman, Zachary Kelley, Sarah Kriser, Kacy Lawson,
Joshua Lowery, Miranda Odom, Austin Padgett, Jay Padgett,
Melanie Prescott, William Richards, Mysti Sasser, Allen Sisson, Codi
Smith, Dillon Ussery, Trista Waits, Christina Williams, Haley Williams.
Seventh Grade:
All As: Garrett Pletcher, Braylee Pooser, Leah Scott, Denise
Spracklen, Sierra Stoe, Julia Veit, Taylor Williams, Mary Wilson.
NB: Joey Andrews, Jasmine Belser, Mary Bowen, Kara Bush,
Zackary Butler. Sara Compton, Tanner Cook, Jenna Corbin, Ashley
Cribbs, Jack Edward Daniels, James Dilmore, Lucky Ducket, Lau-
ren Estes, Danielle Gainer, James Kent, Edward Laird, Zachary
Lankist, Kaylah Lara, Courtney Lee, Austin Miles, Logan Norwood,
Katelynne Obert, Tyler Pettis, Kirstin Redfield, Jonathan Rousseau,
Allison Rudd, Omar Sasser-Mask, Rakeia Sorey, Robert Sullivan,
Bridgett Vickers, Hannah West, Cole Western, Christopher White-
head, Corrie Wilkins.
Eighth Grade:
All As: Kendall Alderman, Kacey Aukema, Sufyan Binmahfooz,
Tyler Crutchfield, Adrian Gonzalez, Olivia Guettler, Luke Hinson,
Lacey Mead, Tyler Oliver, Cameron Owens, Michael Pritchard,
Meredith Saunders, Byron Shores, Taylor Smelcer, Faith Tice, Carey
A/B: Austin Bass, Samuel Carroll, Kayla Cook, Victoria Crawford,
Holley Cutts, Jamie Ellis, Quintin Goynes, Paige Harrell, Kelly Hill,
George Hoffman, Brianna Jones, Christopher Lawson, Sarah Mas-
tison, Tia Merriel, Autumn Miller, Chelsea Mitchell, James Myers,
Joshua Myers, Katlyn Nelson, Heather Oliver, Cozetta Register, Dre
Rodriguez, Michael Schwartz, Rebecca Squires, Heather Sweeney,
Matthew Webb.





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Our renovations are complete!

Join us as we celebrate
with an open house.

Friday, June 13
10 a.m.- 4 p.m.

1242 Jackson Ave.

Refreshments will be served.

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not answered

Caution light flashing on toll road issue

Comes now the Washington County Board of
County Commissioners with a special called
meeting Monday evening on the proposed toll
road. None of the questions asked in an editorial
prior to the first public meeting (view online
under Editorials) have really been answered. A
number of residents have also come forward with
more questions about the project, including:

What is the resolution the BOCC is consider-
ing passing to support the project? The resolution
that was approved by the Houston County, Ala.,
County Commission on May 27 can be viewed
online under Editorials at www.chipleypaper.com.
Use of eminent domain continues to be a
major question. The threat of eminent domain was
made by Ron Mears, a supporter of the project
and an official with Focus 2000 of the Wiregrass, at
the public hearing in Chipley on the 27th; he ration-
alized use with a scenario along these lines: if 99
support the project and one is opposed, are we
going to let the one stop the benefit to the other
99? Every supporter on record says they don't
want to use eminent domain, but...
Will a map of the proposed route be pro-
vided to the public before the BOCC is asked to
pass a resolution? In fact, what information has
BOCC been provided and when is the public
going to see it? Surely the Board has SOMETHING
it is using to gauge the viability of this project
besides the word of supporters that the toll road is
a good thing.
Why does the resolution have to be passed
now? This second meeting was originally sched-
uled for June 12, then June 17, and now June 9.
What's the hurry?
Has an economic impact study been done
on how the project would benefit Washington
County? No actual benefits or supporting data
have been described to date. For example, part of
the Houston County resolution reads as follows:
"the Commission has determined that the Project
will not only improve the public transportation sys-
tem for Houston County and the State of Alabama
but will encourage development and promote for

Continued from page 1

Strange has not returned a
phone call as of Thursday
evening. The questions are
similar to those in today's

In addition, several

the public good and general welfare, trade, com-
merce, industry and employment opportunities."
So how is the toll road going to help Washington
DOT made it clear that they are working on
widening State roads 77 and 79, two projects that
would clearly be of benefit to Washington County
and the entire region. DOT has also been clear that
working on existing roads is its priority.
Granted, according to supporters, the toll road
is supposed to be paid for by selling 30-year
bonds and paying them off with tolls though no
information has been given on the price of tolls or
how much revenue is expected to be raised with
them. So what happens if the project is green-
lighted and then considered the major road project
for Washington County by the state, thus eliminat-
ing need to fund widening of 77 and 79 with tax
money? The state is in a budget crunch and this
could be a way to save tax dollars, but at what cost
to the county's future?
The Houston County resolution noted how
important the toll road would be for evacuation in
case of hurricanes. Good point, but wouldn't TWO
four-lane evacuation routes be better than one?
That's already planned for State roads 77 and 79.
How many interchanges would be provided,
and how many local roads would the toll road cut
off? Based on the route illustration with our story -
which we believe to approximate the proposed
route the toll road could cut across Clayton, Pio-
neer, Bonnett Pond, and Moss Hill roads, among
others. Would there be overpasses for all of these
roads, or would the county be cut in half by a
"Berlin Wall"? Would tolls be charged for local use?
Who is going to make money off this project?
Ron Mears, a self-described real estate developer
from Orlando, along with Houston County advo-
cate and president of Couch Construction Steve
Shaw, have a considerable stake in this project,
along with others. Again, how are construction
contracts going to be let?
We urge the Board of County Commissioners
not to make a hasty decision and get some
answers to the voters and property owners before
they decide to support a resolution.

readers sent issues that
they are concerned
*One email asked about
potential problems with
the county's bond rating if
the project was
unprofitable, and what
organization would be
responsible for paying off
the bonds.
*There is a question if

the Florida Public Records
Law would apply to Focus
2000-type a public/private
organization. This issue
has come up in recent
,court cases as government
services are increasingly
privatized. On online
reference is at

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Mr. and Mrs. James
Park of Chipley announce
the forthcoming marriage
of their daughter, Holly
Cameron, to Christopher
Green Dietrich, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon
Dietrich of Graceville.
The wedding is set for
6 p.m. June 7 at the
Church of the Nativity in
Dothan, Ala. A reception
at the Dothan Confer-
ence Center will immedi-
ately follow the ceremony.
No invitations are
being sent. All family and
friends are cordially
invited to attend.

Continued from page 1

can be held at the arena
and I'm for all kinds of
recreation for the kids
to just have good clean
fun on a Saturday
night," said Corbin. "It's
open for all recreation,
no matter what you're
planning, whether it be
an exhibition or an
outdoor concert."
Improvements are
being made through the
Washington County
Board of
Commissioners. These
include more parking
and additional lighting.
"We're waiting for
help from the
commission to expand
the parking lot and then
we also need more
lighting coming up the
road to the arena and
some more on the
bleachers," said Corbin.
A possible solution is
to clear the large area
beside the arena for
audience parking only,
separating the
spectators and
contestants. Designated
handicap parking will
also be installed and
additional parking will
be provided when
funding allows.
The Commission
recently approved the
installation of four
additional lights; two on
the road leading up to
the stadium and two
over the bleachers.
Corbin also praised
the arena board for its
hard work. The Board is
Commissioner Jerry
Sapp, Wayne Perdue,
Suzanne Crum, Linda
Shields$Glen Sheffield,
Julie Dillard and
For more
information, call the
Washington County
Parks and Recreation
Office at 638-6078. For
more information about
registering for a-rodeo
event contact the Bulls,
Barrels and Roping
Association at 547-0911.




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Washington County News Saturday, June 7, 2008 3

Donna Dykes / Staff writer
LEFT: CHS retiree Harry Vann with his retirement gift from coworkers. RIGHT: Faye Cope had a little
trouble opening the box her gift was in...but it was worth it.

CHS honors Cope, Vann

Staff writer
A reception for two retirees from
Chipley High School was held 1:30-
3:30 p.m. June 2 in the school library.
Faye Cope and Harry T Vann were hon-
ored by coworkers, friends and relatives.
Vann spent 35 years at Chipley
High School, 14 as a classroom
teacher and 21 as assistant principal.
Although Cope has nearly 30 years of
teaching behind her not all of it came at
the same school. She began by teaching
eighth- and ninth-grade history and psy-
chology at Cottondale High School in
1978-79. Moving to Roulhac Middle
School she taught the emotionally handi-
capped during the 1979-80 school year,
then began teaching American history,
world history, psychology, sociology, and
humanities, at CHS in 1980. She taught
humanities dual enrollment for Chipola
for seven years as well as English I and Il.
For the past five years she has been
media specialist at CHS. Cope attended
Vernon schools "all 12 years," graduat-
ing in 1965. She received her AA degree
from Chipola Jr. College, a BS in social
science and an MS in history from Troy

State University in Dothan, and
took several additional courses at the
University of West Florida.
Faye married William Lynn Cope in
1965 and they have two sons, William Lynn
Jr., and Cameron Leigh Cope. Their
grandchildren are Andrew Cameron
Cope, 8, and Addie Anna Cope, 3.
They live on a 200-acre family farm
north of Chipley and attend Holmes
Creek Baptist Church. In some ways,
Vann's career parallels Cope's. He
received his AA degree from Chipola
Jr. College, and earned a BA from the
University of West Florida. Vann's
MA degree was received at Troy State.
He and his wife, Mamie M. Vann,
have three daughters, Sharena,
Latrena and Trumena Vann. There is
one granddaughter, Diamond Vann.
Vann was born in Greenwood and
has a 150 acre farm there. He says he
plans to enjoy his family and work the
farm during retirement. The Cope's
plans for the future include travel, par-
ticularly a trip to Alaska. They also
plan to spend time camping and fishing
with their children and grandchildren.
"I have a couple of books started that I
would like to finish writing," she explained.

"Before I began teaching, I received a
degree from the Chicago School of Inte-
rior Design and worked as a decorator. I
will now have more time to devote to dec-
orating our houses. I also have a passion
for working on my genealogy."
The two educators will be missed.
That was proven when a gentleman
talking to Vann facetiously mopped
his eyes with his gold napkin and said
he hated to see him go.
Friends had nice gifts for the retirees.
Vann's was a gas smoker grill with a
couple of pans and other utensils.
"I have enjoyed 35 wonderful years
at Chipley High School," he said in
thanking his coworkers.
Cope received a big silver tray for
her future entertaining. "I would like
to thank everyone involved for a great
reception," she said, 'Also thanks
to the Washington County School
System for a great career."
There were two tables at either end
of the long narrow media room holding
large decorated cakes, punch, and blue
and gold napkins. Cope's cake was
decorated with a pair of colorful
artificial flowers while Vann's said
"Congratulations on your retirement."

Sullivan dies as result of injuries from accident
Jerry Lee Sullivan of Grand Ridge died June 3 as a result of
head injuries he received in an automobile accident May 31.
According to the Florida Highway Patrol report Hands-
ford Eugene Griffis was driving a 1997 Chevy pick-up west-
bound on SR 20 at KB Jones Road when according to Griffis
he and his passenger, Jerry Lee Sullivan of Grand Ridge,
decided to turn around and head back to Marianna.
Griffis was attempting to turn around on SR 20 when he said
Sullivan opened the passenger side door of the pick-up while it
was still moving, in an attempt to check on his dog riding in the
bed of the truck. As a result, Sullivan fell out of the truck onto
the south shoulder of the road. The right rear tire of the truck
rolled over Sullivan's head. He was air lifted by AirHeart heli-
copter to Bay Medical Center in critical condition.
Both Griffis and Sullivan were under the influence of alcohol at
the time of the crash. Griffis has been charged with DUI, DUI
with serious bodily injury and DUI refusal to submit to breath test.

Sunny Hills/Oak Hills meeting
Notice of the regular meeting of Sunny Hills/Oak Hills
Municipal services benefit unit (MSBU) advisory committee
on Tuesday, June 10, at 6:30 p.m. in Wilder Park Pavilion,
3680 Gables Blvd. in Sunny Hills. The agenda will include:
*Adopting previous minutes of the regular meeting on April 15, 2008.
*Old business: Discussion on the tabled request from the Sunny Hills
Civic and *Improvement Association, to approve forwarding a request
regarding payment for the parking lot paving, to the BOCC.
*Fiscal Year-2008/2009 MSBU budget discussions.

TDC sponsors Chamber breakfast
The Washington County Tourist Development Council will
host the monthly Chamber of Commerce 'Third Thursday'
breakfast meeting at Pattillo's Restaurant on July 17. TDC
related issues including possible effects of rising fuel costs on
tourism, bed taxes, special event funding and long-term tourism
marketing plans will be discussed.

Budget workshop
Washington County Board of County Commissioners will hold
a Budget Workshop on June 19 at 8 a.m. in the County Annex,
1331 South Blvd., Chipley. For more information, call 638-6200.


The following information was
taken from applications for marriage
licenses at the Washington County
Courthouse from May 17 through
May 31, 2008.
May 21. Mark Tolbert Pettis and
Rebecca Gail Groves.
May 23. Eric Scott Swartz and
Jennifer Elizabeth Grice.
May 27. Kenneth Bear King and
Rebecca Anne Hicks.
May 28. Ricardo Trenard Works
and Andrea Elana Garner.
May 29. Jermaine Demond English
and Latina Nechele White.
May 30. Joshua Morgan Boyett
and Cody Lee Crider.

May 30. Michael Jeffery McFatter
and Melissa Darlene Brown.
May 30. Christopher Lee Nelson
and Ashley Marie Nelson.
The following information was
taken from records at the Wash-
ington County Courthouse of unfi-
nalized, recorded divorce actions
from May 17 through June 2,
May 22, Rhonda Leigh Peachy
vs Kirk Allen Peachy.
May 29, Debra Howell Goines vs
James L. Goines.
May 29, Edward Beagell vs
Karen Beagell.

TMJ Temperomandibular Joint Disorder

Joint Disorder, the longer
but more descriptive name
for this condition, by qlefi-
nition occurs when the
muscles used in chewing
and the joints of the jaw
fail to work harmoniously
with each other. Although
stress is usually a causative
factor, as manifested by
clenching and grinding
of the teeth, other causes
can include malocclusion
(poor bite), accidents that
damage the bones of the
face of jaw, and occasion-
ally joint diseases such as
TMJ is almost always
associated with complaints
of chronic muscular head-
aches or craniofacial pain.
Other classic symptoms
can include pain and ten-
derness of the jaw muscles,
clicking and/or grinding
noises during chewing,
limited opening spaces
or capacity of jaw move-
ment, earache, ringing of
the ears, dizziness, and
occasionally facial asym-
metry. Although often
aggravated by emotional
stress, the basic problem is
oral conditions and habits.
Many people are physi-
ologically and psychologi-,
cally predisposed to deal
with their stress through
their jaws by clenching
and grinding their teeth.
The diagnosis of TMJ
is accomplished by both
physical and radiograph-
ic means. It begins with
a consultation with the
patient to establish the
symptoms they are expe-
riencing. Professionals,
usually dentists but oc-
casionally other medical

practitioners, can then feel
and listen for joint noises,
palpate the muscles move
the lower jaw for soreness
and measure the range of
motion of the lower jaw
Sometimes radiographs
are necessary to establish
the exact physical reason
for the TMJ symptoms.
These' may be Magnetic
Reasonance Imaging
(MRI) or Tomography, or
Obviously stress man-
agement can have a pro-
found effect on some cases
of TMJ. Therapy for mild
cases usually consists of
anti-inflammatory medi-
cations, a soft diet, lim-
ited opening, and warm
compresses applied to the
affected muscles. In more
extreme cases, muscle
relaxants can be added.
Patients with symptoms
that become chronic, es-
pecially in the presence of
bite relationship problems,
sometimes require intra-
oral occlusal splints. These
rigid, plastic removable
appliances level the bite
and eliminate irregulari-
ties, which can cause TMJ,
or make the symptoms
worse. After the symptoms
have been relieved, per-
manent dental corrections
may be helpful. This treat-


Larry J. Cook, DMD
ment can be accomplished
by selective grinding of the
biting surfaces of the teeth
(called equilibration), orth-
odontic work, fixed dental
reconstruction (crowns
or bridges), or removable
partial dentures. The goal
of all these modalities is
to restore and maintain
the normal relationship
between the upper and
lower jaws, and thus relax
the muscles, tendons, and
ligaments controlling their
Between five, and ten
percent if TMJ patients
have dysfunction that is
of a nature that can only
be relieved by surgical in-
tervention, either surgical
correction of the joint tis-
sues themselves, or surgery
to rearrange the relation
of the lower jaw to the up-
per jaw to correct the bite

Attention: Washington County Residents!

Don't Be Fooled By Empty Promises!

Your county commissioners are considering a vote to trade your quality
of life, your heritage, and your private property rights for a bag of
empty promises.

Don't allow our commissioners to use their power of eminent domain
for a private developer.

You elected a commission to represent your interest, not those of a
private company.

This project benefits Dothan, Panama City Beach, developers and
special interest groups at your expense.

Local businesses that depend on tourist traffic through our communities
could experience severe economic set backs.

Don't take our future for granted. Don't accept a bag of empty
promises. Let your voice be heard.

Make plans now to attend this very important meeting!
June 9th 5:00 P.M.
Washington County Annex Bldg
Special Meeting

If you can not attend the meeting, call your county commissioners today
And urge them to vote NO on the toll road resolution.

Joel Pate 850-638-0023 (res) 850-260-2111 (cell)
Ronnie Finch 850-638-7530 (res) 850-260-2114 (cell)
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Will Mclean's memory honored Sheriffcandidates'forum


Approximately twenty years ago this
writer first heard the name of Will
McLean. I learned he was a noted ballad
and folk singer and song writer and was a
native of Washington County. Much of his
upbringing was in the Falling Waters
region. His kinsmen include the Robert-
sons and Hileys.
I recall my friend, Doyle Taylor, telling
me that Will was a cousin to Annie M.
Benson, wife of longtime Chipley postmas-
ter, J. B. Benson. When I first heard the
name Will McLean, he was still active in
the annual folk festivals held along the
banks of Florida's famous rivers and
swamps. These include the Withlacoochee,
Oklawaha, and Suwanee Rivers and Payne
Prairie swamp lands, where Will's music
and folk lore was featured.
"The Heritage of Washington County"
book, released in June 2006, has a picture
and article, entitled Will McLean, submit-
ted by Washington County Librarian,
Linda Norton.
Under the heading of Washington
County Spiritual Heritage, the history of
Blue Lake Baptist Church is also recorded
in the Heritage Book The picture accom-
panying the story, submitted by Mary Hiley
Remmington, includes the name of
Willard "Mutt" McLean. Also shown in
the picture is Edna Hayes McLean,
mother of Will.
Other notes sent by Mary Remmington,
which arrived too late to be printed in the
Heritage Book, list Will's father as "Tuck"
McLean and a sister, Lottie McLean
Smith. According to Mary Remmington,
"Grandpa" Will McLean often mentioned
in his stories and songs, was his maternal
grandfather, Needham Hayes.
I never had the privilege of attending a
Will McLean festival. When I first learned
of him, the Wells family was promoting two
bluegrass festivals each year at the Music
Park in Chipley. We had come to know
Wayne Martin of Blountstown, a
renowned fiddle player, who had won the
title of Florida Championship Fiddler in a
Florida folk festival fiddling contest. Wayne
proudly presented his business card
labeled himself as "The Fiddling Fool". He
made many appearances at bluegrass
shows as well as playing fiddle at numerous
watermelon festivals.
Wayne Martin knew Will McLean per-
sonally and had played at the McLean fes-
tivals. He became acquainted with other
noted musicians who also played at the
McLean events. One of those individuals
was Doug Gauss, an accomplished guitar
picker, who lives in Tallahassee.
At a Friday night session of a two day
bluegrass festival, we had the privilege
of presenting Wayne Martin on fiddle
and Doug Gauss on guitar, doing all
Will McLean original compositions,
including such numbers as "Florida
Sand", "Osceola's Last Words", "Hold
Back the Waters".'Abraham Washing-
ton" and '"Away O'ee", all songs por-
traying the life of nature Will McLean
lived along the river beds and remote
areas in the state of Florida.

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Left to right: Will Barton and Emory Wells.

The songs and music of McLean was
professionally presented by the talented
musician. This unique form of music was
enthusiastically received by those in atten-
dance at our festival.
At Will McLean's death, the funeral
printed program outlining the memorial
service lists his birth date as April 29, 1919
and the date of death as January 18,, 1990.
Gamble Rogers, one of the many notable
Folk Artist attending the memorial, did a
eulogy of Will's life.
The program, and Will McLean's book,
Florida Sands, which contains many of his
songs and other personal anecdotes of his
life, were sent to this writer approximately
one year ago by Mary Hiley Remmington.
Her packet of materials included a vast
treasure of other writings, personal notes,
newspaper clippings, especially those on
Will McLean's life, and pictures and his-
tory of Washington County.
The next chapter in the Will McLean
story comes upon learning that the Will
McLean Foundation still holds its annual
festival in March. Part of the festivities
include a song writing contest. Individuals
and groups are invited to write and submit
a song with the theme of Florida history to
be judged at the annual festival.
Our son, Emory Wells, entered this con-
test by submitting a song he wrote within
the past year entitled "Ghost Train". The
lyrics are based on an actual happening
when engine number 338 and engine num-
ber 9 crashed head on Huckleberry Hill in
the year 1914. Both trains, part of the
Brown-Florida Lumber Company in
Caryville, collided while hauling virgin pine
timber to the saw mill at Caryville on rail-
road "spur lines". I
My dad, Hugh Wells, then a nine year
old boy, went with his father to the scene of
the wreck. There were no fatalities. Our
father often related this impressive story to
his children and grandchildren. In 1987,
our sister, Hazel Wells Tison, prevailed on
him to relate the story one more time,
which she recorded on a cassette tape.
From this interview, Hazel wrote and
submitted a story entitled The Wreck of

Engine 338 for both the Holmes and
Washington County Heritage books.
In reading this story and recalling hear-
ing his grandfather relating the experience,
Emory had a dream of the incident, which
expanded and draunatized the train wreck
of so long ago. From the dream, he set his
song lyrics in motion.
Emory enlisted the assistance of two of
his Marianna musical friends, Will Barton
and Randall Hinson in recording the song.
Will sang the lyrics and played the guitar.
Emory sang harmony and accompanied
Will on guitar. The two were assisted by
Randall, who played bass guitar. The song
was entered in the Will McLean Founda-
tion contest according to some rather rigid
rules and regulations.
One week before the the McLean Festi-
val event was staged, the musical trio was
notified that, of the 125 entries in the con-
test, their song made the "Top Ten" list in
the judging process. Free tickets to the
Foundation's festival were sent, but the
three musicians were unable to attend.
"I, along with my musical associates,
Will and Randall, consider it a high honor
to have participated in this tribute to the
memory of Will McLean, a Washington
County native son". "We deem ourselves
as winners just for the opportunity of being
a part of this historic contest". "Just rating
in the top ten isn't bad," said Emory Wells.
In his book, Will McLean, relates the
story of his Grandpa Hayes making the
singer's first guitar from a gourd, corn stalk
and horsehair. This allowed him to play his
own music and sing his own compositions
which ultimately took him from the
swamps and back woods of Florida all the
way to Carneige Hall.
He rejected fame and fortime offered
by television and recording companies and
elected to live the serene and quiet life of
those long-ago days. This is one more
opportunity to further record more of the
history and heritage of Washington
County, in the accomplishments of Will
McLean. His talents and contributions to
the field of folk songs, regarding Florida's
history, should not go unnoticed.

Substance abuse, whether it is tobacco, alcohol, or
drugs, is a devastating problem facing our youth.
Under-aged drinking is a significant concern to the
Panhandle Drug & Alcohol Abuse Prevention Coalition,
PANDAAP is sponsoring Sheriff Candidates' Forums
to determine the views of the candidates running for
the office of Sheriff in Jackson, Washington, and other
counties in this region.
A Sheriff Candidates' Forum will be held for
Washington County residents on Thursday, July 17,
beginning at 6 p.m. at the Agricultural Center on US 90,
Any requested questions to pose to Washington County
Sheriff candidates need to be sent to; PANDAAP at 4349
Lafayette Street, Marianna, FL 32446, no later than
July 11.
PANDAAP is a group of local agencies and citizens
organized for the primary purpose of determining local
alcohol, tobacco, and other drug problems among our
youth; developing programs to prevent substance abuse;
and strengthening collaborative efforts among agencies
and the local citizenry.
PANDAAP is one of the segments of health promotion
and disease prevention developed by the Panhandle Area
Health Network, Inc.
Mark your calendar for July 17 to hear the views of the
candidates running for sheriff of Washington County.
For more information please call (850) 482-7671 or
(850) 526-2861.

Washington County Library
Summer reading schedule
Monday: Summer Reading Program for Pre-K
through second grade is scheduled from- 9:30 to 11 a.m.
and grades 3-5 meet from 2-3:30 p.m. at Chipley Library.
Tuesday: Summer Reading will be at McQueen's
Temple form 9:30 to 11 a.m.
Thursday: Country Oaks Learning Center will be open
from 9:30 to 11 a.m. for the Summer Reading Program.
Friday: The Wausau Library will be open from
2-3:30 p.m. for Summer Reading.
For more information call the Washington County
Library at 638-1314 or e-mail kidsrulewcplfl.com.

Barfield Cemetery workday
Barfeld Cemetery workday is scheduled for Saturday,
June 7, starting at 6 p.m.
Those who have family members there should plan on
attending and help clean up the grounds.
For more information, call Brian Pettis at 638-9630 or
Dalton Carter at 638-1017.

Shiloh Missionary Baptist revival
Shiloh Missionary Baptist Church, 3013 Moss Hill Road
in Vernon will hold a revival on June 11, 12, and 13 at 7 p.m.
each night.
Rev. Malcolm 0. Nelson, will be the guest speaker.

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Set sail for Outrigger Island Vacation Bible School!

It will be a week of nonstop action as you learn how to live God's unshakeable
truth. Explore five Bible truths God is real; Jesus is God's Son; Jesus is the only
way; the Bible is God's Word; and my actions show what I believe. By the end
of the week you will have learned what it means to know, speak, and live the

It's Vacation Bible School at Shiloh Baptist Church like you've never expe-
rienced before! Children ages K-5th grade are admitted free from 8:30am to
noon, June 9-13. In this one week program, you will hear Bible stories, moti-
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An ordinance of the Town of Wausau, Florida, replacing Ordinance
No. 06-002, to be known as the animal control ordinance for the
Town of Wausau. It shall provide definitions and define the author-
ity of animal control officers; provide for the restraint, confinement,
adoption and/or disposal of stray, dangerous, or nuisance animals. It
shall provide regulations for the treatment, care, and use of animals,
and provide for enforcement, penalties, and fines. It shall also pro-
vide for registration, provide for the use of any revenues collected,
and provide for an effective date. The final reading of the above
Ordinance No. 08-003 is going to be held on Thursday, June 12th at
the Town Hall Chambers of the Town of Wausau 1607 Second Av-
enue at 6:00 PM or as soon thereafter as possible.- A complete copy
of the proposed ordinance is on file in the office of the Town Clerk
or by calling 850-638-1781. A verbatim record of these proceedings
will not be kept. Anyone needing assistance to attend this meet-
ing please contact the Town Clerk 48 hours prior to the meeting.
The Town of Wausau is an Equal Opportunity/Handicap Accessible

Washington County News 0 Saturday, June 7, 2008 0 5

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5 years ago
Michael Russ, a Chipley graduate, was inducted into
Gamma Beta Phi at the University of West Florida. He had
a 3.85 GPA and was in the top 20 percent of his class.
DeJuan Stevens graduated with high honors from
Vernon High School.
Retiring from Washington-Holmes Technical Center
were John Salter, Mary Whitehurst and Howard Kent.
Mitzi Aukema of Chipley graduated from Chipola
Junior College.
Washington County's Tobacco-Free partnership with
the state of Florida came to an end when legislators
decided to cut the $38 million program to $1 million.

30 years ago
U.S. Rep. Bob Sikes, 72, announced his upcoming
retirement. Known as the "He-Coon," he had served
Northwest Florida since May 28,1940.
A design The Fruited Plains presented by Mrs. Bert
Roberts Jr. of Chipley was shown on the cover of Florida
Federation of Garden Clubs.
Nine-year-old Rosa Weiss, KMS third-grader, won a
$25 U.S. Savings Bond given by Chipley Kiwanis Club as
overall grand prize in a poster contest featuring safety
through crime prevention.
Dawn Frost was selected by Florida Bandmasters'
Association to represent Chipley High School in the all-
star marching band performance at a University of Florida
football game.

50 years ago
Arriving from the various colleges to spend the sum-
mer vacation at home were Misses Betty Woodham,
Jean Braxton, Ruth Dickinson, Betty Clark, Sandra Seay,
Nan Godfrey, Melynda Malloy, Lynda Cawthon, Jodie and
Becky Williams.

Young men home from college were Macky Reddock,
Allen Potter, Kenneth Gay, D.D. Bass, Andy Rountree and
Gordon Warren Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Cutts attended the May29 graduation
of their daughter, LaNelle Cutts, from Harding College in
Searcy, Arkansas. She received a BS in home economics.

60 years ago
Jack and June Fowler of Talladega, Ala., spent the sum-
mer with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. E.M. Fowler
Mr and Mrs. Bryant Thurman announced the arrival of a
son, Gary Bryant, May 22 at Jackson Hospital in Marianna.
Mr and Mrs. Calvin Carter had as guests, Mrs. Mary
Stella Rollins McCoy and daughter, Darlene, of Stuart.

80 years ago
Mr. J.M. Johns, chairman of the school board, was
looking after business matters in Chipley on a Saturday
People's Drug Store put on a Rexall One-Cent Sale dur-
ing a three-day weekend. Hundreds of items were on sale.
Attending a Boy Scout Patrol Leader's conference in
Andalusia, Ala., were Goff Jerkins, Milton Gainer, Stephen
R. Mitchell Jr., and Lenwood Godwin.
Lowell Wells, student at Stetson University in Deland,
returned home for summer vacation.

100 years ago
WE. Taylor leased the Bland Blacksmith Shop which he
planned to connect with his old shop north of the railroad.
The planing mill put on a double force and was run-
ning day and night.
Attending a weekend picnic in Bradley were Misses
Addie and Maggie Cushion, Carrie Holt and Messrs
George T Coxwell and Howell Chitty.

Notice of Application for Increase in Service

Availability Charges and Approval of Allowance

for Funds Prudently Invested Charges

Pursuant to Section 367.101, Florida Statutes, and in accordance with Rules 25-30.4345, 25-30.565 and
25-30.434, Florida Administrative Code, Aqua Utilities Florida, Inc. ("AUF"), P.O. Box 490310,
Leesburg, Florida 34749, telephone 352-435-4027, is providing notice on this 22 day of May 2008 of its
Application to increase its Service Availability Charges ("SAC") and for approval of Allowance for
Funds Prudently Invested ("AFPI") charges for new Sunny Hills water and wastewater customers in
Washington County, Florida. AUF's Application for an increase in SAC and for approval of AFPI
charges was filed with the Florida Public Service Commission on May 22, 2008. AUF's normal business
hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

The requested SAC is to pay for growth in the utility's systems. Please note that the requested charges are
to be paid by new, not existing customers. The existing and proposed SAC is as follows:

Sunny Hills Water
Existing Proposed
Service Installation Charge 3/4" $143.00 $1,000.00
(Service Line Size) 1" $154.00 Actual Costs
1 1/2" $202.50 Actual Costs
2"' $245.00 Actual Costs
Over 2" Actual Costs Actual Costs
Meter Installation Fee 5/8" $90.00 $210.00
(Meter Size) 3/4" $110.00 Actual Costs
1" $140.00 Actual Costs
1 1/2" $300.00 Actual Costs
2" $385.00 Actual Costs
Over 2" Actual Costs Actual Costs
Backflow Prevention Device All Types Actual Costs Actual Costs
Plant/System Capacity Charge $700.00 $700.00
Per Gallon Equivalent (1) $2.74 $2.74
Main Extension Charge $446.00 $446.00
Per Foot Equivalent (2) $5.81 $5.81

(1) Per Gallon Equivalent is based upon average usage of 255
gallons per day per ERC, under proposed rates

(2) Per Foot Equivalent is based upon 83 feet per lot, under
proposed rates

Sunny Hills Sewer
Existing Proposed
Service Installation Charge
Per Connection (Unpaved) 4" $170.00
Per Connection (Unpaved) 6" $227.00
Per Connection (Paved) 4" $548.00
Per Connection (Paved) 6" $605.00_
4" _$2,000.00
Over 4" Actual Costs
Plant/System Capacity Charge $1,300.00 $1,300.00
Per Gallon Equivalent (1) $7.59 $7.59
Main Extension Charge $480.00 $480.00
Per Foot Equivalent (2) $7.38 $7.38

(1) Per Gallon Equivalent is based upon average usage of
255 gallons per day per ERC, under proposed rates

(2) Per Foot Equivalent is based upon 65 feet per lot, under
proposed rates

The requested AFPI charges are to pay for growth in the utility's systems. Please note that the requested
charges are to be paid by new, not existing customers. The AFPI charge is applied to new customers as
they connect to the company's facilities and begin receiving service. The chart below delineates the one
time charge to be paid. The proposed AFPI charges are as follows:

The Florida Highway Patrol is
announcing a roadside safety checkpoint
on State Road 79 near School Drive north
of Panama City Beach. The checkpoint will
start on June 13, at 9 p.m. and end June 14,
at 2 a.m.
Warning devices will be placed in strate-
gic locations leading up to the checkpoint
for the safety and protection of motorists
and officers.
During the operation, vehicles will be
stopped to check for driver impairment and
other violations of Florida law. The loca-
tion was selected because of the number of
alcohol related crashes on SR 79. Sobriety
checkpoints have been successful in the
past and it is anticipated that this operation
will be a success.
The Florida Highway Patrol encourages
motorists not to drink and drive. Select a des-
ignated driver if your plans include alcohol.

Lu i Iai:ylnoli:as
Open auditions for "Steel Magno-
lias" presented by the Spanish Trail
Playhouse will be held June 16 and 17 at
6 p.m.
The play, directed by Kevin Russell
and assistant director Trish Payne, will
be performed September 5-7 at the new
Chipley High School auditorium.
Roles available include six parts for
women, 17 and up, and are open to any-
one who wishes to try out. Audition
packets may be picked up at the Wash-
ington County Public Library at 1444
Jackson Avenue in Chipley, from June 2
until auditions. No previous experience
For more information, e-mail
spanishtrailplayhouse@gmail.com or
contact Kevin Russell at (850) 260-9279.


On Tuesday, August, 5, 2008, a General Election will be held for
the City of Chipley at Chipley City Hall, 1442 Jackson Avenue.
Term of office expires on September 30, 2008, for the following
positions: Council Member Ward 1, Council Member Ward 4
and Council Member at Large. These offices will be opened to
qualified candidates. Qualifying for these offices will begin at 8:00
a.m., Monday, June 9, 2008, and end at 4:00 p.m., Friday, June
13, 2008. The qualifying fee for each office is $252.00. Those
wishing to qualify may do so with the City Clerk at Chipley City
Hall during the above stated time period.

The Voter Registration books will close on July 7, 2008. All city
residents within the city limits of Chipley, who are registered to
vote by July 7, 2008, are eligible to vote in this election regardless
of where you live in the city.

City elections are non-partisan and political party affiliation does
not apply.

Please contact Patrice Yates, City Clerk at (850) 638-6350 should
you have any questions or need other information regarding the
upcoming city election.


General Facts About Tobacco
Tobacco use kills more than 400,000 Americans each year-
more than alcohol, AIDS, car crashes, illegal drugs, murders and
suicides combined.
Each day about 4,000 kids (under 18) try smoking for the first
time, and another 1,000 more kids become new regular daily
The chemical nicotine found in cigarettes and other tobacco
products is a powerful central nervous system stimulant that is
highly addictive. In high doses it is extremely poisonous, and is
commonly used as an insecticide.
Lung cancer, throat cancer, heart disease, stroke and emphysema
arejust some of the painful, life-threatening diseases associated
with smoking. Smoking also is associated with cancers of the
mouth, larynx, esophagus, pancreas, cervix, kidney, stomach and
Women who smoke prior to pregnancy are about twice as likely
to experience a delay in conception and have approximately
30% higher odds of being infertile
Pregnant women who smoke have a 30% higher chance of de-
livering pre-term and delivering a low birth weight baby
Secondhand smoke is defined by the American LUng Association
as a mixture of smoke from a burning cigarette, pipe or cigar
plus the smoke exhaled from the lungs of the smoker
There is no amount of risk free exposure to secondhand smoke.
20 minutes of exposure to secondhand smoke each day is' .
equivalent to smoking one pack of cigarettes per day.
Secondhand smoke causes between 1,900-2,700 cases of SIDS
each year.
SIDS (Sudden Infant Death Syndrome) this is the sudden death of
\an infant under the age of 1 year, the death remain unexplained
after thorough investigation ,,

For more information please contact the Washington County
Health Department's Tobacco Prevention Specialist: Kara Green
850638.6240 x138

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Vickers questions his

two speeding penalties

Brian Vickers feels
NASCAR needs to check its
stop watch after he was
clocked for a pit road speed-
ing penalty twice at Dover.
Vickers, who started the
race seventh, selected the
third pit box and had only a
short distance to get his
Toyota Camry off pit road.
"To be honest, I can't
explain it," said Vickers who
finished one lap down in
13th. "They called us for
speeding twice on pit road,
but you know as well as I do,
when you're in the last cou-
ple of boxes on pit road you
can go as hard as you can

and can't speed.
"The second time they
called us was under caution,
I wasn't even racing any-
body. I was still in first gear
puttering along. I don't
know if there's something
wrong with their timing and
scoring or something funny
going on there, but unfortu-
antely it cost us a good fin-
Jeff Gordon suffered a
similar fate at Dover last yer
and he was stationed in the
first pit stall.
Ironically the pit road
speed limit at Dover is just
35 m.p.h.

Rowdy Busch almost

loses his race helmet

Kyle Busch does not
consider himself a supersti-
tious person, but that doesn't
mean he doesn't cherish par-
ticular items.
After Friday's AAA
Insurance 200 at Dover,
Busch's helmet was stolen
from the No. 18 hauler.
Apparently the culprit
snuck into the garage with
the cleanup crew, opened the
hauler doors, dumped beer
and ice inside and then took
off with the headgear,

On the


Driver: Michael Waltrip
Owner: Michael Waltrip
Points: 1,012
Points out of 34th: 11
Points ahead of 36th: 31
Place Owner
33 Roger Penske
34 Bob Kauffman
35 Michael Waltrip
36 Joe Custer
37 Jeffery Moorad
38 Felix Sabates

according to Busch.
Track officials were
notified and caught the thief
as the helmet was returned.
The reason Busch used
this helmet in particular,
which he wore in winning
the first of four Sprint Cup
Series races this season in
Atlanta, was because Busch
did not have an orange hel-
met painted to match the
Combos colors adorning the
No. 18 Toyota Camry he
took to victory lane.

Michael Waltrip

Sam Hornish, Jr.
Michael McDowell
Michael Waltrip
Scott Riggs
J.J. Yeley
Jeremy Mayfield



W Kyle Busch

wants to become


Man this weekend

Tony Stewart, Robby
Gordon, and John Andretti
have tried what seemed like
impossible until now.
Each racer went for the
Memorial Day 1,100 rac-
ing in the Indy 500 and then
participating in the Coca-
Cola 600 in Charlotte.
That accomplishment
might seem all well and
good, but Kyle Busch is
looking to complete a triple-
header while racking up a lot
of frequent flyer miles as
Busch, who has 10 wins
and 21 top-10's this season
between the Craftsman
Truck, Nationwide, and
Sprint Cup series, will race
in Texas, Tennessee, and
Pennsylvania all in the same
His schedule will start
at Texas Motor Speedway
behind the wheel of Billy
Ballew's No. 51 Toyota
Tundra at Texas Motor
Speedway: Saturday Busch
will drive the No. 32 Braun
Racing Toyota in the
Nationwide Series event in
Nashville, and cap the
weekend off Sunday by
driving his No. 18 Toyota
for Joe Gibbs Racing in the
Pocono 500.
After you do the math
that will be 1,200 miles in
three days not counting all
the frequent flyer miles.
"The full emphasis will
be set by my Sprint Cup
schedule; I am going to
make every practice and
qualifying in Pocono," said
Busch who has 4 wins in
both the Sprint Cup and
Nationwide series. "I'm
going to miss qualifying
and practice in the truck
and in the Nationwide car,
but I will be there to race it.
"It's just about racing it
and trying to keep ourselves
up in the points and keep

to be probably the most
draining thing, is just toting
them around with us."
Busch has become a
favorite of the media, but
what about the fans who
seem to resemble a flock of
boo birds. Is he worried
about their reaction?
"No. It doesn't matter if
you're winning races, or
you know, not really win-
ning races. If you show a
persona on TV or whatever
that I guess I've shown, just
people don't adhere to it.
They don't like you." said
Busch. "They don't like
seeing people that are
cocky or arrogant or what-
"I guess I've portrayed
that a little bit. It's kind of
frustrating because I don't
feel like that's who I am or
that's who I've tried to por-
tray. But that's basically the
reason why I feel like I am
disliked. It's not necessarily
just because of the on-track

year of 2 at Texas. "I wish I
could race the truck myself,
but if Kyle was to win, I
know that I played a part in
that and that is a good feeling.
"Maybe if this goes
well I can get another
chance to drive or race for
this team or who knows,
maybe for someone else."
Ironically Busch's rac-
ing odyssey started
Wednesday when he partic-
ipated in the fourth annual
Prelude to the Dream at
Eldora Speedway, but stam-
ina and nutrition will play a
major role as well.
"1 don't think that l'\e
got any stamina worries or
anything like that," said
Busch "I think all that will
play out. It will be fine.
"The only thing that I
do worry, we have a TV
crew and stuff like that
going with us. They're
wanting to film what goes
on on the plane, off the
plane, this and that every-
where. That's kind of going

2007 Pole Winner (mph)
Ryan Newman 170.062
2007 Race Winner (mph)
Jeff Gordon 117.43 5
Track Qualifying Record
Tony Stewart 172.391
m.p.h. (2000)
Track Race Record
Rusty Wallace 144.892
m.p.h. (1996)

Billy Ballew up in the
owner's standings. A lot of
it has to do with the fans:
They like to see it and they
want to go see a driver try-
ing to race in as many races
as they can and to see some-
body be as crazy as I am
most of the time."
At one point this' sea-
son, Busch was close to
leading all three of
NASCAR's series in driver
points, but has fallen to
16th in the Craftsman Truck
Series since he has
appeared in only six of the
eight races this season.
BuLsch, who has led
over 1.700 laps this season
between the three different
series will see Ballew
development driver J.R.
Norris handle any practice
or qualifying duties with
the truck until Busch
"I'm a little nervous
because I haven't been in a
truck all year," said Norris,
who saw a best finish last




After AAA Insurance 200
Di-ivei- Behiiid
I Rick Q-awfoi-d Leadei-
2. Matt Q-aftoii -20
3. Roii Hoi-iiaday -24
4. Todd Bodhie 49
5. Johiny Beiism -54
6. JaCk Sl)l-,IgLIe -65
7. Mike Skinio- -67
8. David Stai-i- -68
9. -16.1-Y Cook 412
10. Chad NACCL1111hee -105

After Best Buy 400
Driver -
1. Kyle Busch
2. Jeff Burton
3. Dale Earnhardt, Jr.
4. Carl Edwards
S. Greg Biffie
6. Jeff Gordon
7. Jimmie Johnson
8., Clint Bowyer
9. Denny Hamlin
10. I(evin Harvick

After Heluva Good! 200


A 01)

Ricky StC1111OLlse, Jr.
Frank Kimmel
John \/Ves Townley
Matt Carter
Tom I-lessert III
Scou Speed
JUStin Allgaier
Patrick Sheitra
Ken BLItler III
Taylor N11alsam


Clint Bowyer
Carl Edwards
David ReUtirnann
Brad Keselowksi
Mike. Bliss
David Ragan
lason I-offler
Mike Wallace
DIvicl stremme

Freq ent

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As published in the Wash- As published in the Wash- disability who needs arty titions which are not filed Wanted To Buy antiques, BIG BLUEBERRIES
ington County News June ington County News May accommodation in order in accordance with the Miss Freedom Pageant collectibles, gold, silver, U-PICK. $7/gal. We pick
7, 14, 2008. 31, June 7, 2008. to participate in this pro- above provisions are sub- (formally Miss-Firecracker dinnerware, collections, $20/gal. 9mi. S. on Orange
ceeding, you are entitled, ject to dismissal. Pageant) Discount dead- paintings, call Al Schmidt Hill Rd. Gainer Farm. Fri.&
at no cost to you, to the line June 1st, entries ac- 850-638-7304 Sat.'s, 8 to 6. Call
provision of certain assis- Because the administrative cepted at the door. Con- 638-1335 for more infor-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN THE CIRCUIT COURT tance. Please contact the hearing process is de- tact Vernon City Hall for I nation & availability.
OF THE FOURTEENTH OF THE FOURTEENTH Office of the ADA Coordi- signed to formulate final application 850-535-2444. A N
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF nator,(850)747-5338, agency action, the filing of 3110 Homemade Cakes;
FOR WASHINGTON FLORIDA. IN AND FOR within two (2) working a petition means that the- I Special Occasions, I
COUNTY, FLORIDA WASHINGTON COUNTY days of your receipt of this District's final action may Kenmore Dishwasher, I Weddings, Birthdays,
CIVIL ACTION CIVIL DIVISION Notice; if you are hearing be different from the posi- i like new. $75. 638-7727. Bundt, Italian Creme, 10
or voice impaired, call tion taken by it in this no- I Layers, Coconut, Lane,
CASE NO.: 67-08-CA-042 CASE NO. Florida Relay Service (800) tice of intent. Persons 1160 I F I Hummingbird, Red I
DIVISION: 67-2008CA0006 955-8770. whose substantial interests W Velvet, Fudge Candy,
Dated May 28, 2008. will be affected by any r "T- I 3220 etc. 638-9465.
BANK OF AMERICA, N.A., UNITED STATES OF Clerk of the Circuit Court such final decision of the Missing Blac b, B&B F 1342 North P E G
Plaintiff, AMERICA, acting through By K. McDaniel District on the application male, white on chest urniure 1342 North PEACHES, PEACHES. Ga
vs. Rural Development, for- As Deputy Clerk have the right to petition to I and back paws. Red RR Avenue, Chipley. We Peaches. at Eddie's Back-
NARESH LUTHRIA, et al, merly Farmers Home Ad- As published in the Wash- become a party to the pro- collar with current tags. pay cash for clean, quality yard. Corner of South Blvd
Defendant(s). ministration (FmHA), ington County News June ceedings, the accordance Heidi Is the loving comrn- furniture. 850-557-0211 or and Vernon Hwy. Mon-Sat,
United States Department 7, 14,2008. with the requirements set I panion to our deaf dog. 1850-415-6866. Ask for 10am-6pm. Other produce
NOTICE OF ACTION of Agriculture (USDA), forth above. Please call if she has Pasco or Carolyn and Hot Green Boiled Pea-
Plaintiff, As published in the Wash- come to visit you or Mattrifnuts Drve in the back-
TO: NARESH LUTHRIA vs. Notice of Final Agency Ac- ington County News June I you have seen her. Re- Furniture & Mattressesnutard.
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS: DONNA M BARFIELD; and tion Taken by the North- 7, 2008. ward for her return. Low, low, low overheadyard.
121 NE 1st Street WASHINGTON COUNTY, west Florida Water Man- ---- p85 pguarantces. P&S Discount Fur-lowlow
Miami, Fl 33132 FLORIDA, agement District Public Auction niture, Chipley. (Since
CURRENT ADDRESS: UN- Defendants. ucucon 1973) 850-638-4311 3300
KNOWN Notice is given that o ___________________
NOTICE OF SALE KNOWN Notice is given that number The following vehicles) Catfish
ANY AND ALL UNKNOWNNOTICE OF SALE stormwater permit number will be sold at auction on p You catch catfish, $1.50
ANY AND ALL UNKNOWN 174 was issued on May 29, June 20th, 2008 at 8:00AM pound. Gilbert Catfish
PARTIES CLAIMING BY, Notice is hereby given that 2008, to lbarmore Devel- at Brock Auto Body & 3230 Pond, located @ 2854
THROUGH, UNDER, AND pursuant to a Final Judg- opment LLC for construc- Towin 135 Main Streetyard sale, Florida rcle, Chipley,
AGAINST THE HEREIN ment entered in the above tion of a 9,100 sq. ft. Dollar Chipley, Florida 32428. 3Familyyardsaleorida Phone:
NAMED INDIVIDUAL entitled cause in the Circuit General Store with associ- 2001 Saturn VIN y Saturday, June 7th, 8:00 850-638-8633.
DEFENDANT(S) WHO ARE Court of Washington ated parking and 2001 Saturn VINZ a.m.? 805 Idlewod Court,
NOT KNOWN TO BE County, Florida, I will sell stormwater management 891919 Bonifay For Sale: Call
DEAD OR ALIVE, the property located in facility at the intersection 1989 Chevy VIN PETS.& ANIMAL S 850-547-0700, 3/8 inch
WHETHER SAID UN- Washington County, Flor- of S.R. 77 and Elcam #16CDC14H1KZ210622 21- 1 Garage Sale 6/7/08, Sat. thick steel plates, six feet
KNOWN PARTIES MAY ida, being specifically de- Blvd., approximately 3.5 As published in the Wash- 2110 Pets: Free to only 3870 Shell Landing wide by forty feet long,
CLAIM AN INTEREST AS scribed as follows: miles south of Wausau. ingtn County News Juned-New Hope. Lots of Also engine Lathe.
SPOUSE, HEIRS, DEVI- ington County News June Gd Henew and barely used
SEES, GRANTEES, OR A lot or parcel of land lo- The file containing the ap- 7 2008. 2130 Farm Animals/ items, sofa-sleeper set, ti- For Sale: Treadmill, like
OTHER CLAIMANTS cated in and being a part plication for this permit is Supplies res, outdoor supplies, new, 1 year old. Bought
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS: of the South 210.0 feet of available for inspection Request for Bids 2140 Pets/Livestock men's clothing household from Sears. $300.00 or
UNKNOWN the West 2/3 of the e 1/2 of Monday through Friday Wanted items, kids items. We'll OBO. 850-547-3948
CURRENT ADDRESS: UN- Block 4 in the North 1/2 of (except for legal holidays), The Town of Caryville is re- make deals!!! PEACHES, PEACHES. Ga
KNOWN Section 4, Township 4 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at questing sealed bids on a PEACHESPEACHES.Ga
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that North, Range 13 West, ac- the Northwest Florida piece of property located Garage Sale: Saturday, Peaches. at Eddie's Back-
an action to foreclose a cording to the L.W. Mordt Water Management in the Town of Caryville, June 7th, 7:30 until at 305 yard. Comer of South Blvd
mortgage on the following Map of the City of Chipley, District's ERP Office,. 800 Washington County. Flor- 2130 Pennsylvania Ave, Bonifay. and Vernon Hwy. Mon-Sat,
property in WASHINGTON Washington County, Flor- Hospital Drive, Crestview, ida. The parcel number is 3 families, clothes, wash- 10am-6pm. Other produce
County, Florida: ida, said parcel being FL 32439. 00-5856-0000. The Town Square Bale Hay for ing machine and more. and Hot Green Boiled Pea-
more particularly de- will accept sealed bids at horses. $4.00 a bale. nuts. Drive in the back-
LOT 24, BLOCK 93, scribed as follows: Com- A person whose substan- the Caryville Town Hall lo- 850-263-7051 Large Abandoned Goods yard.
SUNNY HILLS, UNIT NO. mence at the point where tial interest are affected by cated at 4436 Old Spanish Sale: Friday and Saturday,
1, AS PER PLAT THEREOF the Northside of North the District permitting deci- Trail (Highway 90) or Post June 6th & 7th, 2008. 8:00
RECORDED IN PLAT Third Avenue intersects sion may petition for an Office Box 206, Caryville, the bAM-5:00 PM. Located onass (Mae A
BOOK 2, PAGE(S) 25 OF the East right-of-way line administrative hearing in Florida 32427 during the ,nu G the bypass (Maple Ave- 3310--a
THE PUBLIC RECORDS of North Sixth Street and accordance with Sections hours of 8:00 a.m. and hue)eneva, AL. NarMusic lessons, piano,
OF WASHINGTON run thence N 87-36' East 120.569 and 120.57 ES., 4:00 p.m., Monday Courthouse. bass, guitar, flute, violin,
COUNTY FLORIDA. along the North side of or may choose to pursue through Thursday. The Large Yard Sale-Fri June mandolin, banjo, drums;
North Third Avenue 306.0 mediations as an alterna- bids must be marked Large Yard Sath, 730-230. 1452A wanted used instruments,
has been filed against you feet to the Point of Beginn- live remedy under Section "Sealed Bid-Property", and 6th, 7:30-2:30. 1452A wanted used instruments,
and you are required to ing; thence run North 120.573, Florida Statutes, the deadline to submit Brickyar d Rd. Small dis- cor- le Covington Music
serve a copy of your writ- 0655'20" West parallel and Rules 28-106.111 and bids will be Tuesday, June play cases, tools, yardof misc 850-638-5050
:00 p.m. The naments, lots of misc. 850-638-5050
ten defenses within 30 with North Sixth Street 28-106.401-404, Florida 10, 2008 at 3:00 p.m. The MERCHANDISE 850-557-1918.
days after the first publica- 204.7 feet; thence run Administrative Code. Peti- bids will be opened at the Multi-Family yard sale,
tion, if any, on Florida De- South 88'58'16" East 97.50 tions must comply with the Regular Council Meeting 3100- Antiques Friday, Saturday, 8 until. -
fault Law Group, PL., feet; thence run South requirements of Florida on June 10, 2008 at 6:00 3110- Appliances Hwy. 79 N to Hwy. 177, 8
Plaintiffs attorney, whose 06'55'20" E 198.85 feet; Administrative Code, p.m. If you have any ques- 3120 Arts &crafts miles, across from Bethle- 3320
address is 9119 Corporate thence run South 87-36' Chapter 28-106 and be tions please contact Jew- 3130 Auctions hem Baptist Church. Leola Brock Nurseries
Lake Drive, Suite 300, West along the North side filed with (received by) the ette Tadlock. Town Clerk 3140 Baby Items hem Baptist Church. Leola Brok Nurseries
3150- Building Supplies
Tampa, Florida 33634, and of North Third Avenue District Clerk located at at (850) 548-5571. The 3160 Business Yard Sale, Saturday, June LLC Plants, trees and
file the original with this 96.87 feet to the Point of District Headquarters, 81 Town Council has the right Equipment 7th, 7:00-Until. Corner of shrubs. Landscape design,
Court either before service Beginning. Water Management Drive, to reject any and all bids. 3170 Collectibles 77 & South Blvd in Chip- landscape contracting, ir-
on Plaintiffs attorney or im- Havana, FL 32333-4712. As published in the Wash- 3180 Computers ley. 3 families, lots of dif- gallon systems. 1788
mediately thereafter: other- at public sale to the high- Petitions for administrative ington County News May 3190 Electronics ferent items. Cancel if rain. White Road, Bonifay, FL
wise a default will be en- est and best bidder, for hearing on the above ap- 31. June 4, 7, 2008. 3200 Firewood -tOYr S-- J 32425 (Washington
tered against you for the cash on the front steps of plication must be filed ---3220-- Furniture On Yard Sale: J. t-1 (850 )638-12020
relief demanded in the the Washington County within twenty-one (21) g r3230 Garage/Yard Sales6th7hth morning. 1629 -150
Complaint or petition. Courthouse, 1293 W. Jack- days of publication of this 3240 Guns Earl Evans Rd, from Boni-
This notice shall be pub- son Ave, Chipley, FL, at notice or within twenty-six 3250 Good Things to Eat fay 79 N. left on 177 for 7
lished once each week for 11:00 a.m. on the 7 day of (26) days of the District | 1110 3260 Health & Fitness miles, turn right at Bethle- ?
two consecutive weeks in July, 2008. mails actual notice. Failure p------ --- 3270 Jewelry/Clothing hem Methodist sign.
the WASHINGTON to file a petition within this COLOR SELLS! 3280 -Mahinery/ rd Sale Saturday June
COUNTY NEWS. Any person claiming an time period shall constitute Get Your Classified Ad 320 p ment Yard Sale: Saturday, June
WITNESS my hand and interest in the surplus from a waiver of any rights) In 3290 Medical Eqlla ipmeount 7th at W. Banfil. Located
seal of this Court on this the sale, if any, other than such persons) may have COLORI. 3310 Musical Instruments a
19 day of May, 2008 the property owner as of to request administrative Call now for details 3320 Plants & Shrubs/ Yard Sale-Three Families,
Linda H.Cook the date of the Us Pend- determination (hearing) and be noticed! Supplies 750 Gilbert Dr. (behind EMPLOYMENT
Clerk of the Court ens must file a claim within under Sections 120.569 638-0212 3330- Restaurant/Hotel National Guard Armory). 4100 Help Wanted
By: K. McDaniel 60 days after the sale. and 129.57, F.S., concern- or 3340 Sporting Goods SaturdayJune 7th, 8a 4130 -Employment
As Deputy Clerk If you are a person with a ing the subject permit. Pe- 547-9414 3350 Tickets (Buy & Spl) until. Information
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Aut\ I -ive-- ealtcareH 11 3BR/2BA furnished house 4BR/1.5BA Home. Large
I I I Healthcare for rent in Caryville. lot. Remodeling ongoing.
Hopkins of Chipley II CENSED MASSAGE I Resden a u poga $57500 month plus de Loca ed n Chipley. Buy
,,,,HtResidentialysit. Call; 850-548-5331 nowat reduced price. Seri-
I THERAPISTS NEEDEDI needs an RN or LPN to 850-768-0429
.Communy South faces. Sales experience contract services on a part
T- Credit Union a plus but not neces- I Full time, part time and time basis for approxi- 3BR/2BA home on 850-542-2091.
S :.n,,-,, a Mortgage sary. weekend hours I mately 8 weeks. Please 3-acres of land in the
,,.,-A .. da.. The suc- Call Lee Traylor @ available in Panama call Julie @ 850-548-5524. country, near Kent Mill LEISURE LAKES,
S' ,: i ......didate must 850-638-0332. City, Florida. Pond. $700 mth/plus de- $79,900. 3 ACRES, PAR-
_.. h. '~r- ,',,I.,ive and be L - - .. I Fax resume to Debbie I posit, references required. TIALLYFENCED, 3BR/2BA
able to handle multiple at Management 850-579-4317 or DBLW, ACCESS TO
^ ll l.',n,,r responsibilities quickly Healthcare (850)8729892. 850-866-1965. PONDS, PAVILION.
and decisively. Excellent L 92. Hardee's Franchisee 850-866-1965HORSES WE LCOME-N.LS
computer, customer Immediate Opening Other owned by Geneva En- 3BR/2BA, large den, BEST R.E. 850-258-3092
Cleaning or Companion Sod d S Sod Quality you service and organization Licensed Physical terprises, LLC is looking kitchen CH/A. First, last -
C&C Bookkeeping and S c c npnd i skills are a must. Therapist. Salary range Mystery Shoppers, get for experienced man- deposit. $850 month.
Tax Service. Open 5 days House cleaning, company can depend on. Irrigate Experience is preferred. 85k to 95K, depending paid to shop Retail/dining agement in the following smoke free, no pets.
a week. 8am to 5pm. Call ion, certified trained, local weed & pest controlled. 85 95, opening paid to shop Retail/dining agement in the following Smoke free, no pes.
(850)638-1483 references.rtified trained, locally Centipede and St.Augus Please fax resume to on experience.Excellent establishments need un- store locations: Geneva, 850-258-2086.
(850)638-1483 references. Call5tine. Delivery and install 850.638.4055 Benefit Package. Please derercover clients to judge Cottondale, Chipley, 3BR/2BA Two-story
850-547-5878 or tion available. 8 miles SW or visit Community fax resume to quality customer service. Graceville, Bonifay,. house in Chipley city 50 Acre Farm with
-850-373-7476of Chipley for easy cus- South at 1044 HWY 90 t850-415-1967 or call Earn up to $150. a day. Chattahoochee,and limits. $595mo. Call 3BR/2BA home, horse
Need your house tomer hauling. Callany- East to complete an ap- 850-596-0218. Call (888)-523-1013. Youngstown. We offer 850-638-1918 or barn w/6 sales, pond,
cleaned? No job to small time. Billy and Leola Brock plication.---------competitive benefits and 850-638-4478. semi fenced. Located in
cleaned? Nto o big. Reasonable (650)6315Bly and Leola Brock r1- ----..-.----- - salary is based on expe- Alford. Call 850-271-1244
or too big. Reasonable (850)638-1202;326-1500 Sales rience. For more infor- Chipley, 2 bd, 1 ba for more info & price.
Rates. Call 850-535-2001. mation call Kathy Holt at w/washer/dryer, WSG incl,_________fot
HeadTop s Mobile Unit. I do the Advertising Sales (850) 547-9007 orfax re- CH&A, no pets. $600 mth For Lease
Tops Mobie Unit I do home osume to 850-547-9097. + $300 dep 850-8142625 40 Acres Cattle Pasture
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weekly Excellent Benefits Need CDL- NC MOUNTAINS 2+ acres with great 6140 $99,000 850-596-7258
A & 3 mos recent OTR (800)635- view, very private, big trees, waterfalls 2BR/2BA In Chipley, $700 Like newly 1995 dou-
8669. & large public lake nearby, $49,500 call a month with first, last and 5 bths located near Beth-
now (866)789-8535. security deposit. Call leham and Esto. Large 8320
Collect p to $250/wk ofWeek Of9127 master bdrm has walk in
nCollect Up to $250/wk of *you NS closet and full bthrm with a 2006 Honda Rancher
Unemploment Insurance! If ou NEW ARIZONA LAND RUSH! 1 or2-1/2 June 9-15, 2008 2BR/1BA home in Chipley garden tub. Contact Deb- 4WD, like new, low mile-
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are unemployed and haven't filed a "Football Field" Sized Lots! :$0 Down. city limits. $375mo. Call bie Smith, Century 21 age, with extras, chrome
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