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IN THE NEWS

Five Ponts facelift
The Five Points Recreation
Park will get a much-needed
facelift, thanks to a $50,000
grant from the Florida
Department of
Environmental Protection.
Page 2

Emergency Training
The community center at
Blue Lake Park was filled
Tuesday, June 19 with
representatives of city,
county and state
governmental departments
and even some civic
organizations to participate
in disaster readiness training.
Pa.- 3

Kiwanis News
The guest speaker at
Tuesday's Kiwanis meeting
was Mary Ann Rockburn,
Director of the West Florida
Pregnancy and Family Center
in Chipley.
Page 4

Camp Timpoochee
Imagine a week spent on the
bay kayaking, snorkeling,
swimming, learning about
marine and natural ecology
and making new friends.
Campers from Washington
County had that experience
in June as they attended a
week of camp at 4-H Camp
Timpoochee.
Page 5

Correction
Corey Crosby was mistak-
enly listed with possession
and production of drugs and
possession of drug
paraphernalia in the May
1, Washington County court
report. Cosby was arraigned
on a charge of organized
dealing in stolen property;
notice of appearance, a
written plea of not guilty,
notice of discovery, informa-
tion charging. We apologize
for the error.

Candidates
Unopposed
The City of Chipley will not
hold an election on August 7,
2007 due to the candidates
having no opposition. The
candidates are; City Council
Ward No. 2 - Chery Gainer
McCall and Ward No. 3
- Price Wilson. Marion Lee is
retiring as council member
from Ward 2.

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Steroid testing will be done on high school athletes as a pilot
program during the 2007-08 school year.


Pilot program calls


for steroid testing


MARY D. PARAMORE
Staff Writer
mparamore@chipleypaper.com
Parents of Washington County
high school football, baseball and
weightlifting athletes take note:
you must sign an agreement for
your student to submit to random
urinalysis tests for steroid use or
it's game over, at least during the
2007-2008 school year.
On Tuesday, Gov. Charlie Crist
signed into law a one-year pilot
program to permit random drug
testing for anabolic steroids of
up to one percent of athletes. The
Florida High School Athletic Asso-
ciation will supervise the testing, so
school districts will not face costs
under the pilot program. FHSAA is


not supposed to incur costs during
the test-run, either.
Washington County Assistant
Superintendent Mike Welch said
he expects the FHSAA to test stu-
dents from each county, but there's
a catch.
"They only appropriated
$100,000 and the test costs about
$150 each," Welch said.
The pilot program calls for
athletes who test positive to be
suspended from competition for
90 school days. Athletes interested
in returning to the school's team
will be retested no sooner than the
60th school day of the suspension
and must enroll in a drug education
See STEROIDS, page 2


The following news release
was sent Thursday by the Chipley
Police Department:
The Chipley
Police Depart-
ment reports that
two local drug l ". '
dealers have been
convicted and .
sent to prison.
On July 18, "'"
2006 the Chipley
Police Depart- Hutchinson
ment arrested
and charged Co-
lin Hutchinson of Chipley for traf-
ficking in Hydrocodone.
There were multiple defendants
arrested as a result of this investi-
gation and on June 12, the last de-
fendant, Hutchinson, received his
sentence for his
involvement in
the distribution
of the illegal
drugs.
Hutchinson,
a 3rd Street resi-
dent, received a
five-year sen-
tence in state
prison followed Kent
by 10 years pro-
bation.
Earlier in the year, Jared Kent of
Sunday Road received his sentence
for his part in the Hydrocodone
investigation.
Kent's charges included viola-
tion of state probation, and his new
charges garnered Kent a 15-year
prison sentence.
"Simply said, we won't have to
worry about these two individuals
selling dope for a few years," Chief
Kevin Crews said.
On July 18, 2006 the Chipley
Police Dept. arrested Ricky Ken-
nedy Jr. and Joshua Williamson for
the burglary of the Chipley Gun &
Pawn Shop.


"To my knowledge, almost
none of these individuals were
working for an honest living,
so, you ask yourself where is
their contribution to our com-
munity?"
Chief Kevin Crews

During the burglary, the, sus-
pects stole several firearms and
stereo equipment from the store.
The CPD was
able to recover
almost all the sto-
len goods.
On May 15
Williamson was
sentenced to 54
months in state
. prison with 10
years probation
Kennedy to follow. Ken-
nedy received 78
months in state
prison with 10 years probation to
follow.
"These are four people that can
and did create a burden on our com-
munity," Crews said.
"To my knowledge, almost none
of these individuals were working
for an honest living, so, you ask
yourself where is their contribution
to our commu-
nity?
"Two of them
were selling
drugs and the
other two were
stealing from
the people that
do work.
S"These are
Williamson not life sentenc-
es for either of
these individu-
als, but thanks to Assistant State
Attorney Barbara Finch we believe
the time fits the crime in each of
these cases."


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Community News......Page 2
Kiwanis News...........Page 4
Years Ago........ ............Page 5
Classifieds............ ........P... age 6


Fund-Raiser Underway in Wausau


Jay Felsberg/WCN
The Wausau Community Development Club will auction off three donated paintings at the annual Possum Festival and
Fun Day in Wausau on August 4. One is this folk art painting by Constantine Kermes. More information Page 4.


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2, Washington County News, Saturday, June 23, 2007


COMMUNITY NEWS


Free diabetic education classes
Diabetic education classes are starting July 16 at 5:30
p.m. at Doctor's Memorial Hospital. Classes will be held
monthly at the same time and place. Next meeting after that
is scheduled for August 20. For more information, contact
Traci Corbin, RN at 547-8500,ext. 249, Monday-Friday
7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Amateur Radio Field Days
Amateur Radio Field Days, June 23 and 24, will be held
at the Caryville Park in Caryville. For more information,
call 326-1176. All are welcome.

Oak Valley Opry
Gospel recording artist Terry Terrell will be performing
at the Oak Valley Opry on Saturday, June 23 at 7 p.m.
The Oak Valley Opry is situated approximately three
miles south of Vernon on Hwy.79 or 12 miles north of Ebro.
Tickets are $8 each. For information, call Charles Gilley at
850-596-2126.

Leadership event
Middle and high school students are invited to partici-
pate in a free two-day leadership event (using a low ropes
course) featuring the Army National Guard. The event will be
Thursday and Friday, June 28 and 29, from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
in the Chipley High School gymnasium on 1545 Brickyard
Road in Chipley.
To register, contact Donna Gunter at 850-638-6240, ext.
129. A signed permission form will be necessary for the
event.

About Face
Florida National Guard's About Face program is recruit-
ing teens between the ages of 13-17 to get paid to learn
significant requirements for success.
Operation About Face is an activity-based and fun
format that allows students to relate topics to real world
experiences and preform those skills in hands-on-activi-
ties. They address objectives necessary for success in real
life; educational preparation, functional life skills and work
experience skills.
Operation About Face offers participants a chance to
grow, have fun and get paid all in one. For more information,
contact Torron Gibson at 850-638-6191 or tgibson@paxen.
com.

Marriages & Divorces
The following information was taken from wedding license
applications issued by the clerk's office at the Washington
County Courthouse June 1, to June 16, 2007.
June 1, Herbie Mathion Wells and Heather Nicole
Worthington.
June 5, Richard William Heming III and Kimberly
Ann Prescott.
June 5, Jacob Maxwell Cousin and Regina Maria
Lovin.
June 12, Charles Matthew Odom and Ashley Nichole
Joyner.
June 13, Gary John Sanders and Rebecca Ann Hamp-
ton.
The following information was taken from records at the
Washington County Courthouse of unfinalized, recorded
divorce actions from June 8 through June 20, 2007.
June 12, Vicky S. Fuller vs Chester D. Fuller.
June 12, Kathy Jean Warrington vs Michael Leon
Warrington.

KMS FCAT
KMS announces that the Spring FCAT 2007 student/par-
ent reports for the fourth grade can be picked up in the school
office from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Thursday.
Yearbooks may still be purchased for $27 each.

Livestock Report
For the week ended June 21, 2007
At the Florida Livestock Auctions, receipts totaled $6,615
compared to $7,919 last week and $8,336 a year ago. Ac-
cording to the Florida Federal-State Livestock Market News
Service, compared last week, slaughter cows and bulls were
steady to firm; feeder steers were steady to firm, and heifers
steady to weak.
Feeder Steers: Medium & Large Frame No. 1-2
200-300 lbs. $130.00 - 175.00
300-400 lbs. $119.00 - 147.50
400-500 lbs. $102.00 - 125.00
Feeder Heifers: Medium & Large Frame No. 1-2
* 200-300 lbs. $114.00 -145.00
300-400 lbs. $100.00 - 126.00
400-500 lbs. $ 90.00 - 112.00
Slaughter Cows: Lean
750-1200 lbs. 85-90 percent $44.00 - 49.00
Slaughter Bulls: Yield Grade, No. 1-2
1,000-2,100 lbs. $58.00 - 66.00


STEROIDS
Continued from page 1

program.
FHSAA member schools
are required to report a list
of all football, baseball and
weightlifting athletes to the
organization before they are
eligible to compete. Schools
can't opt out of the pilot pro-
gram, if they want to retain
FHSAA membership.
Washington County
wouldn't consider opting
out. Welch said, "We think
it's a positive thing. There
are rumors out there of play-
ers on other teams doing ste-
roids. But the program will


need a lot more money if it's
going to be effective."
Crist also signed into law
a bill that exempts athletes
who fail the tests from pub-
lic records requirements.
Test results are confidential
and not subject to public
disclosure.
"We have a responsibility
to teach our children about
the serious health risks as
well as the legal penalties
associated with steroid use,"
Crist said in a release. "By
creating awareness among
athletes, parents, coaches
and school administrators
early, we can help prevent
serious health problems and
drug abuse later on."


Mary Paramore/WCN
Five Points Recreation Park will soon receive a $50,000 grant for improvements.


$50,000 grant coming for Five Points Recreation Park


MARY D. PARAMORE
Staff Writer
mparamore@chipleypaper.com
The Five Points Recre-
ation Park will get a much-
needed facelift, thanks to
a $50,000 grant from the
Florida Department of Envi-
ronmental Protection.
According to Stacey
Webb, Washington County
grant writer, the Five Points
application ranked second
in the state for Recreation
Development Assistance
Program funds.
"The $50,000 is all we ap-
plied for because no county
match was required," said
Webb.
"That was all that's need-
ed to give the park a nice
little facelift."
Webb said County Com-
missioner Donnie Strickland
"really, really pushed this."
During a call to Strickland


Hunter safety
course
Florida Fish and Wild-
life Conservation Commis-
sion will offer a free, three-
day hunter safety course at
Wausau Town Hall.
Classes will be 6-9 p.m.,
June 29 and 8, a.m.-5 p.m.,
June 30. The firing-range
section of the course is
scheduled for July 1.
Individuals who have
taken the Internet course and
wish to complete the class-


Mary Paramore/WCN
Grant plans call for all-new playground equipment,
adding volleyball and tetherball, resurfacing the
tennis court and updating the building.


at Commission offices, he
indicated why.
"If you ride around the
county and look at the rest
of the rec centers, the Five
Points building is run down.


room portion must bring the
online completion report and
attend only the June 29 class
and the firing-range portion.
Children under 16 must be
accompanied by an adult at
all times.
Everyone is encouraged
to take pencil and paper to
class and take_ notes. The.
hunter safety course is re-
quired for anyone born on
or after June 1, 1975 to pur-
chase a hunting license.
This course satisfies hunt-
er safety training require-


The playground equipment
is out of date," Strickland
said.
.A playground equipment
sales representative recom-
mended by David Corbin,


ments for all other states
and Canadian provinces. Go
to MyFWC.com/huntered
or call 850-265-3676 for
information.

Help caregivers
The Department of Elder
Affairs encourages Florid-
ians to reach out to those car-
ing for elders to talk about
the steps caregivers can take
to maintain or improve their
own health while helping
their loved ones.


Parks and Recreation direc-
tor, accompanied Strickland
on a tour of the park.
"She said the wooden
playground equipment out
there is also a safety viola-
tion," Strickland said.
Grant plans call for all-
new playground equipment,
adding volleyball and teth-
-erball, resurfacing the ten-
nis court and updating the
building.
Elaina Provost, Parks and
Recreation secretary, said,
"It's a good structure, but it's
outdated on the inside. It has
carpet on the walls."
Strickland said the county
put a new roof on the build-
ing a few months ago.
The county has not yet
received a contract for the
funds.
Dates for renovation will
be set once the paperwork
is in hand.


DOEA has initiated an
employee health and fit-
ness program geared toward
educating employees about
healthy lifestyle and diet
choices.
For more information
about the Florida Department
of Elder Affairs, please visit
http://elderaffairs.state.fl.us
or call (850) 414-2000.

Football schedules
Go to www.chipleypaper.
com for schedules.


Alleged insurance fraud under investigation


An article in The New
York Times reports that the
UnitedHealth Group, Hu-
mana and five other insurers
are suspending the market-
ing of some federal govern-
ment health plans after com-
plaints that unscrupulous
agents were duping elderly
Americans into buying the
coverage.
The companies made the
decision voluntarily while
they work with the govern-
ment to stop agent miscon-
duct and improve reporting
of problems, according to
the centers for Medicare and


Medicaid Services.
Insurers are suspending
sales of private fee-for-ser-
vice plans that account for
about 20 percent of Medi-
care Advantage, a $60 bil-
lion-a-year program that
offers privately run health
insurance to the elderly.
Congress is considering cut-
ting payments for Medicare
Advantage, which costs
about 12 percent more than
government-administered
medicare benefits.
Health insurance agents
tricked elderly customers
into buying Medicare Ad-


vantage policies that they
cannot afford, cutting off ac-
cess to their doctors, state in-
surance officials told a Sen-
ate committee last month.
Agents also forged sig-
natures, signed up the dead,
and enrolled mentally dis-
abled people without con-
sulting their guardians.
U.S. officials did little
to stop such practices, ac-
cording to state insurance
agencies.
In addition to Humana of
Louisville, Ky., and Unit-
edHealth of Minnetonka,
Minn., insurers agreeing


to suspend marketing were
Wellcare Health Plans of
Tampa, Universal American
Financial of Rye Brook,
N.Y., Coventry Health Care
of Bethesda, Md.; Blue
Cross/Blue Shield of Ten-
nessee; and Sterling Life
Insurance, a subsidiary of
Aon of Chicago, according
to a statement by the Medi-
care program.

For more information,
call Jerry Haviland, area
coordinator of SHINE pro-
grams, Department of Elder
Affairs, at 850-638-6217.


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Saturday, June 23, 2007 Washington County News, 3



Emergency training seminar held in Chipley


MARY D. PARAMORE
Staff Writer
mparamore@chipleypaper.com
The community center at
Blue Lake Park was filled
Tuesday, June 19, with rep-
resentatives of city, county
and state governmental de-
partments and even some
civic organizations to par-
ticipate in disaster readiness
training.
Joe Myers, CEO of Di-
sasters, Strategies and Ideas
Group, LLC, was in Chipley
to train on the implementa-
tion of the County Compre-
hensive Emergency Man-
agement Plan and to conduct
a table top exercise.
Recounting 1992, when
Hurricane Andrew wiped
Homestead, Fla. off the map,
Myers told the group, "The
hardest hit community is
usually the hardest to find.
If you've been hit hard, first
you do an impact assess-
ment. How many squad cars
do we have left? Do we have
a hospital? Then, you do a
damage assessment."
Myers broadened the
definition of emergency
for many of the people in
the room. Among the 21st
century realities communi-
ties face are toxic industrial
chemicals, radiological dis-
persion devices, plague,
pandemic influenza, nuclear,
nerve agents, explosive de-
vices, animal diseases, food
contamination, chlorine,
blister agents, anthrax and,
of course, natural disasters.
He organized a recent
mock exercise for Florida
Gov. Charlie Crist. In that
scenario, a dirty bomb, one
with radioactive residue
among its components, deto-
nated in Tampa.
Myers explained that
local officials comprising
the Emergency Response
Team have both county and


Mary Paramore/WCN
Joe Myers, CEO of Disasters, Strategies and Ideas Group, LLC, was in Chipley to train on the implementation of the County
Comprehensive Emergency Management Plan and to conduct a table top exercise.


statewide responsibilities.
The state's Comprehensive
Emergency Management
Plan:
1) provides guidance to
state and local officials on
procedures, organization
and responsibilities,
2) provides for an inte-
grated and coordinated local,
state and federal response,
3) clearly defines respon-
sibilities of state and volun-
teer agencies and,
4) adopts a functional ap-
proach that groups the types
of assistance to be provided
under each emergency sup-


port functions.
The exercise was or-
ganized by Roger Hagan,
Washington County's EMA
coordinator. He said, "Flor-
ida funds the emergency
management program and
the state gives us a list of
things to accomplish during
the year. This training was
a part of the scope of our
work, to ensure we are ready
in case of emergencyy"
Attending the meeting
were representatives from
the Washington County
Sheriff's Office, Health De-
partment, animal control,


planning, tax collector's
office, property appraiser's
office, grants department,
county computer depart-
ment, 911/GIS, administra-
tor's office and emergency
management. From the city,
representatives from admin-
istration, the Chipley Police
Department, public works
and parks and recreation
attended the training. Also
attending were representa-
tives of the Washington
County School Board, Gulf
Power, Gulf Coast Electric,
Red Cross, the Florida De-
partment of Transportation


and the Washington County
Chamber of Commerce.

Student
Ambassador
fund-raising
People to People Student
Ambassador Program se-
lected Chipley High School
junior Seabron Smith for
a European Heritage Tour.
Depending on when his
fundraising is complete,
he will tour and live with
families in England, Ger-
many, France, Belgium, The


Netherlands and Switzerland
this summer or the summer
of 2008.
His parents, Angeline and
the Rev. T.J. Smith of Mt.
Ararat Missionary Baptist
Church, said Seabron would
be the first in their family to
travel to abroad, as a tourist,
that is.
Contributions for Sea-
bron's trip can be made
through Myra Henderson
at the Washington County
School Board. He needs to
raise $7,000 for his tuition
in the program.


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4, Washington County News, Saturday, June 23, 2007


KIWANIS NEWS


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Submitted Photo
Kiwanis Scholarship Committee Chair Bill Howell
presents a check for $2,500 to Chipley resident
John Dougherty. From left, Bill Howell, John
Dougherty, Tommy Smith, director of WHTC, and
Wayne Saunders, past director of WHTC.


At Tuesday's Chipley Kiwanis
meeting, Kiwanis Scholarship Com-
mittee chair Bill Howell presented a
check for $2,500 to Chipley resident
John Dougherty, representing the
Washington Holmes Foundation. The
money will become part of the WHTC
Scholarship Fund to support high
school seniors in the area.
Local resident Wayne Saunders was
inducted as a new member at Tuesday's
meeting. Actually, Mr. Saunders is
returning to the Kiwanis club to re-
establish his active membership after
having been a member in past years.
Those in attendance were treated to
the return of a previous practice of hav-
ing a member interview another current
(but not so new) member as a way of
introducing that person to those that
might not know the 'older' member.
Gerald Holley quizzed Bruce Christ-


Submitted Photo
Local resident Wayne Saunders was inducted as a
new member at Tuesday's Chipley Kiwanis meet-
ing, from left, Membership Committee Chair David
Solger, sponsor John Dougherty, and Wayne Saun-
ders.


mas with a variety of questions about
past years and activities. One fact re-
vealed is that Bruce has been a Chipley
Kiwanis member longer than any other
current member, 42 years. And, his
record reveals perfect attendance for
each of those 42 years.
The guest speaker at Tuesday's
meeting was Mary Ann Rockburn,
director of the West Florida Pregnancy
and Family Center in Chipley. The
West Florida and Holmes County Bap-
tist Association churches and individu-
als support the center. Established in
2002, the center has served 429 clients
to-date with free service, help and
hope. The gospel is shared with every
client starting with their first visit, and
59 have received Christ in the five years
of operation.
The center offers all that is needed
for a child from pre-natal to one year


old, including diapers, clothes, crib,
bed, etc.
A program called Earn While You
Learn allows a client, some as young
as 15 years of age, to earn three Baby
Bucks for attending a class on a va-
riety of subjects, e.g., parenting and
early childhood. The Baby Bucks
can then be used to purchase items,
clothes, supplies, etc., from the Baby
Boutique offered by the center.
Education is a key element of the
center's operation.. Adoption is taught,
abstinence is taught, abortion is dis-
cussed but not endorsed (choose life
is preferred), childhood problems/so-
lutions are covered and how to make
wise/educated decisions are taught, all
with love.
Contact Rockburn at 850-638-0611
or 850-547-5213 to find out how you
can support the center.


Submitted Photo
A portrait of President Dwight D. Eisenhower by
Kenneth Blackslee is being auctioned.

Fund-raiser underway in Wausau


JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afelsberg@chipleypaper.com
The Wausau Community
Development Club has a
major fund-raiser underway.
The club will auction off
three donated paintings at
the annual Possum Festival
and Fun Day in Wausau
on August 4. One of them
is this folk art painting by
Constantine Kermes. More
information Page 2.
"The portraits were do-
nated to the club by Purvis
Evans, a native of Wausau,"
Dalton Carter, founder of the
festival, said Tuesday. "He
now lives in Jacksonville.
The three art works in-
clude:
*A portrait of President


Dwight D. Eisenhower by
Kenneth Blackslee.
*A portrait of Rembrandt
by Lee Micelli.
*A folk painting by Con-
stantine Kermes. Kermes is
a very well known artist and
author on folk and country
life from Pennsylvania. He
is author of or contributor to
three books including his art
listed at amazon.com, as well
as contributing to Lancaster
During the American Revo-
lution. He is also known for
wood engraving, murals,
icons, lithographs and other
primitive and folk art. He has
exhibited at galleries around
the world.
The money raised will be
donated to a local organiza-
tion, Carter said.


Submitted Photo
Mary Ann Rockburn, director of the West Florida
Pregnancy and Family Center in Chipley, was guest
speaker at Tuesday's Kiwanis Club meeting.


Submitted Photo
Gerald Holley quizzed Bruce Christmas about past
years and activities involving Kiwanis. From the
left, Bruce Christmas, Gerald Holley.


Submitted Photo
A portrait of Rembrandt by Lee Micelli is being
auctioned.


Kolmetz Reunion
The Kolmetz Reunion will be held July
14 at Hinson Cross Roads Fire Depart-
ment located on Highway 280 (Douglas
Ferry Road). Events will begin at noon.
The Kolmetz sing will be held 7 p.m. July
13 at Live Oak Baptist Church, Highway
284 (Millers Ferry Road) off Highway 79
in south Vernon.

Ben and Rener Holmes reunion
The family of the late Ben and Rener
Holmes invites everyone to join with them at
Ponce de Leon City Hall at 11 a.m., Sunday,
July 1, for a time of fellowship, good food
and reuniting with other family members.
and friends. For further information call
956-2742 or 956-2528.

DCF help
A representative of the Department of
Children and Families will be available at
the following location to assist customers
in applying for Food Stamps, Medicaid and
Cash Assistance on Thursdays from 9 a.m.
to 4 p.m. at Washington County Public
Library, 1444 Jackson Avenue in Chipley.
Contact Christy McAlpin at 850-559-1784


or Sherry Warden at 850-547-8530.

Five Points Crime Watch
Five Points Crime Watch will not hold
meetings in July and August.' This will not
affect any change in appointments or assign-
ments. Call Jerry Haviland at 535-2747.

Kiwanis Gospel Sing
The Bonifay Kiwanis Club and Bill Bai-
ley Concert Promotions will host the 55th
Annual Bonifay Kiwanis Club Gospel Sing
on Saturday, July 7 starting at 7:00 p.m.
The sing will be held at Memorial Field in
Bonifay with gates opening at 5:30 p.m.
The Bonifay Kiwanis Club Gospel Sing is
a popular event that attracts spectators from
all over the world. In addition to some of
the finest gospel singing, spectators have a
chance to have their photo taken with popu-
lar performers, purchases newly released
soundtracks, and obtain autographs. The All-
Night Sing is held rain or shine and everyone
is invited to bring their lawn chairs (bleacher
seating is also provided). No refunds. Gates
to the stadium will be open on Friday, July 6
at 6:00 a.m. for spectators to rope off a place
to view the concert. No tents, glass bottles,
grills or pets please.


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5 YEARS AGO, 2002
Sheriff Fred Peel present-
ed special awards to Deputy
Jimmy Culbreath and Lt.
Mike Qualls. They were
from the Florida Narcotic
Officers'Association for the
men's interdiction in regard
to Interstate drug traffic. -
CHS seniors Cory Webb
and Kristopher Parker were
honored by members of the
Washington County 4-H
Livestock Club.
Panhandle Family Medi-
cine opened with Dr. Ja-
son D. Hatcher, Karen F.
Baxley, PA-C, and Michael
Forehand, ARNP accepting
appointments.
Marvis Jett retired from
Washington County School
District after 35 years of
service.
10 YEARS AGO, 1997
Owen, Flanagan of the
Knights of Columbus pre-
sented a check to John Locke
for Boy Scout Troop No.
39.
Dip Dalton Dillon, 14,
was among the featured
entertainers appearing at the
1997 Washington County
Watermelon Festival.
The Cook brothers
-Trey(second base) and
Shann (designated hitter)
- played baseball at a Thom-
asville, Ga., college.
Growers feared that an
unusually cool spring would
bring in a late watermelon
crop.
The first Ag Tag sold in
Washington County was
purchased by Farm Bureau
President Bruce Christmas.
15 YEARS AGO, 1992
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Minchin
observed their golden wed-
ding anniversary June 20 at
a reception hosted by -their
children and grandchildren.
Billy Whittington and
Lynn Granberry took first
place in a Panama City ten-
nis tournament.


If your pet is outside and
skunks are near, Fido or
Fluffy could find themselves
in a big stink of trouble.
Skunks have an incred-
ible talent for spraying with
accuracy. And it's not just
one spray. They can spray
multiple times in a row,
reaching up to 10 feet away,
experts say.
The mist that the skunk
sprays is an oil that can be
easily spread. As the oils
seep into fur and fabric, the
odor from the spray will tag
along. There are options for
getting rid of the odor.
The most popular remedy
is to bathe the pet in tomato
juice. Although this method
is the most commonly heard
of, it is not the most effec-
tive. Better options include
peroxide and lemon juice,
dish detergent or a variety
of commercial products
available at pet stores and
from veterinarians. While
commercial products will
cost a little more than home
remedies, they are often
more powerful and success-
ful at getting the job done the
first time.
Not only is it important
what you bathe your pet
with, but also where you


Farmers Market
On Thursday from 2- 6
p.m. the Chipley Farmers
Market will be open.
The farmers market has
been a long time coming and
is finally here. With the sup-
port of all the growers and


Vicki Cleveland of Chi-
pley was crowned Miss
Watermelon 1992.
Coy Harrell received an
honorary lifetime member-
ship in the Florida Sheriff's
Association for 30 years
of supporting Florida State
Youth Ranches. The award
was given in memory of his
wife, the late Ruth Tiller
Harrell.

20 YEARS AGO, 1987
Brian Lee Pettis was cho-
sen from among 12 appli-
cants as the first to receive
the Charlie Barfield scholar-
ship given by Wausau Com-
munity Development Club.
Chipley Kiwanis Club
members took over the mi-
crophones at Radio Station
WBGC for their annual
fund-raising auction.
Grade A large eggs were
selling for 19 cents a doz-
en.
Buddy Todd was picked
to serve as president of the
new Five Points Volunteer
Fire Department. Other of-
ficers were Bobby Hawkins,
vice president; Vern Miles,
secretary; and Glenda Red-
mon, treasurer.
30 YEARS AGO, 1977
A state recreation grant
of $44,264 was earmarked
for construction of two ball
fields at PALS Park.
Pamela Stewart of Chi-
pley won a $200 shopping
spree given away during the
Watermelon Festival. Tully
Bridenback won a $100
spree.
A ribbon-cutting cere-
mony kicked off three days
of grand opening activities
for the Bank of Washington
County's Vernon branch.
Winning first-, second-,
and fourth-places, respec-
tively, in a fishing contest
held at Waddell's Camp on
the Apalachicola River were
Jerry Odom, Dow Gilmore


bathe it.
"Always wash your pet
outside," says Dr. Alice
Blue-McLendon, a veteri-
narian at the College of
Veterinary Medicine & Bio-
medical Sciences at Texas
A&M University. "Many
people take the pet inside to
a bath tub. If the animal gets
loose, the odor will stick to
anything it touches."
There are no toxins in
skunk spray, and it won't
harm the animal. However,
it could become uncomfort-
able, says Blue-McLendon.
If the pet was sprayed in the
face, make sure to clean it
properly. Wash the eyes out
with a saline solution and
clean its nostrils with a damp
paper towel or cotton balls.
The spray is not the only
thing that should concern pet
owners. Skunks are carriers
of rabies, but don't always
show the symptoms. With
one bite, your pet could be
infected and its life at risk.
If there is a chance your pet
has been bitten, take it to see
a veterinarian immediately,
Blue-McLendon stresses.
Skunks like to hide in
dark places, which is a lot
of times where pets like to
snoop. It is a good idea to

other members of the com-
munity, the farmers market
is sure to be a success.
Everyone is encouraged
to come out and buy fresh
local produce. All growers
interested in selling at the
Chipley Farmers market
must possess a grower's


and Gordon Warren, all of
Chipley.
45 YEARS AGO, 1962
Chipley's FFA chapter
grew watermelons on a 25-
acre plot. Two loads were
sold for the premium pric-
es of $2.05 and $1.50 per
pound, respectively.
The FFA students gave
a 52-pound melon to the
News. The paper also re-
ceived a 42-pounder from
A.L. Chance, and a melon
weighing 48 pounds from
R.B. Baxley.
A report noted that the
Sand Hills baseball team had
been named Dirt Dawbers
because some of the mem-
bers played barefoot and
kicked up a lot of dirt when
they ran.

55 YEARS AGO, 1952
William T. McFatter of
Vernon was appointed to
the Washington County Se-
lective Service Board. He
replaced the former chair-
man, E.L. Alford, who had
resigned.
Spending the holidays
in Bartow as guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Stenholm
were Mr. and Mrs. Marvin
Engram and daughters, Lesli
Ann and Dana.
Mrs. J.N. Crook and chil-
dren returned to Miami after
spending a week with Mr.
and Mrs. Wicke Green.
75 YEARS AGO, 1932
Visiting B.F. Whittington
Sunday afternoon were Mrs.
Agnes Martin and children
of Jacksonville. They were
en route to Florala, Ala.
John Hughey Faulk
spent the holiday in Dothan,
Ala., with a friend, Gordon
Helms.
Virginia Williams en-
tertained a few friends at a
spend-the-day party on the
Fourth of July. The event
was in celebration of her
birthday.


train your pet not to go under
houses or decks and always
keep them updated on their
rabies vaccination.
Also, if you have fruit
plants, remove fallen fruit
quickly to reduce food sourc-
es that may keep skunks
coming back to your prop-
erty, Blue-McLendon adds.
If you find a skunk is liv-
ing on your property, contact
local officials immediately to
trap the pest for you. If you
insist on trapping it yourself,
make sure to use an enclosed
plastic cage instead of a wire
one. This will reduce the
possibility of being bitten
or sprayed.
"There is no way to train
your pet to stay away from
skunks," says Blue McLen-
don. "Most pets keep their
distance after being sprayed
the first time, but some pets
will continue to chase after
them and get sprayed time
after time. They never learn
their lesson."
Pet Talk is a service of
the College of Veterinary
Medicine & BiomedicalSci-
ences, Texas A&M Univer-
sity. Stories can be viewed
on the World Wide Web at
http://www.tamu.edu/ta-
munewsl.

permit in their county and
fill out a farmers market
application at the UF/IFAS
Washington County Exten-
sion Office on Hwy. 90 in
Chipley. For information
contact Collin Adcock at the
Washington County Exten-
sion Office, 850-638-6180.


Saturday, June 23, 2007 Washington County News, 5
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Submitted Photo Submitted Photo
Emily Clark assists another camper Montoya McCain tries her hand at
with her bluebird house. sport fishing.


4-H camp enjoyed by local kids


The following informa-
tion was received in a news
release from Washington
County 4-H.

Imagine a week spent on
the bay kayaking, snorkeling,
swimming, learning about
marine and natural ecology
and making new friends.
Campers from Washington
County had that experience
in June as they attended a
week of camp at 4-H Camp
Timpoochee.
The camp offers tradi-
tional camping along with
new and exciting activi-
ties. Because of its location
on the bay, marine science
studies are emphasized in a
modern lab equipped with
microscopes and saltwater
aquariums.
Recreation activities in-
clude swimming, volleyball,
archery and games. Camp-
ers had free time to choose
their activities and set up
games of volleyball, soft-
ball or basketball. At night,
campers participated in skit
night, a dance, movie night
and capture the flag.
While at camp, campers
experienced group living in
a cabin setting where impor-
tant life skills were learned.
Skills that all kids and adults
need, such as getting along
with others, consideration
for those around you and
doing your part, will be ex-
perienced at camp.
Campers assumed full
responsibility for their cab-
in and competed for the
daily "Clean Crab" award
as well as help with dining
room chores and general
camp chores in a team at-
mosphere.


Early Learning
Coalition meets
Early Learning Coalition
of Northwest Florida will
hold a Board ,meeting on
Wednesday, July 11 at 11
a.m. in the Workforce Center
One Stop in Marianna.
Tentative agenda will cov-
er the financial report, com-
mittee reports and Executive
Director's report.
For more information call
850-747-5400, ext. 102.

Holmes County
Homecoming Club
The Holmes County
Homecoming Club invites
you to attend this year's 41st
Annual Homecoming meet-
ing on Friday, July 6 at the
Holmes County Agricultural
Center. Cost for this year's
homecoming will be $10.
This year Perry Wells will
lead everyone in a discussion
of Holmes County history,
trivia, and things you've
probably forgotten about.
For more information call
547-1356.

Stampfest Ill
The Panhandle Philatelic
Society will host "Stampfest
III," the third of four shows
planned for 2007. It will take
place July 21 in the Knights
of Columbus Hall, 205 Carol
Ave. (next to Home Depot)
in Fort Walton Beach. Show


Submitted Photo
Children build birdhouses to take home.


Everyone gets ready to snorkle.


On the last day of camp,
campers were treated to a
slide show of pictures taken
throughout the week as well
as an award ceremony to rec-
ognize outstanding campers
and counselors.
Senior Counselor, Gary
Sewell, received the top
male counselor award. James
Wesley Clark was named
Outstanding Washington


hours will be 9 a.m. to 5
p.m.
Admission and parking
are free, and there will be
free stamp newspapers.
Some dozen stamp deal-
ers from all over the south
will offer a wide variety of
United States, Confederate
and worldwide stamps and
covers as well as stamp col-
lection supplies and litera-
ture. Many dealers will offer
informal, verbal appraisals


Submitted Photo


County Boy Camper, and
Julie Carroll was named
Outstanding Washington
County Girl Camper.
For more information
on 4-H programs in Wash-
ington County, contact 4-H
Youth Development Agent,
Julie Pigott Dillard, at the
UF/IFAS Washington Coun-
ty Extension Office, 638-
6180.


of stamps and stamp col-
lections.
Collectors of all levels of
expertise, as well as inter-
ested non-collectors are in-
vited to "come to sell, trade,
buy, or just browse among
the thousands of stamps and
other items on display."
A future quarterly show
will be held Oct. 27, 2007.
For additional informa-
tion, call Fred Brafford at
850-651-2770.


PET TALK


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WARNING: Rule 12.285, delivered or mailed to the
Florida Family Law Rules Superintendent's Office on
of Procedure, requires or before July 9, 2007, at
certain automatic dis- 9:00 a.m. Bids will be
closer of documents and opened at this time and
information. Failure to formally presented for
comply can result in sanc- Board action at the regular
tions, including dismissal meeting of the Board at
or striking of pleadings. 5:30 p.m., Monday, July 9,
2007.
Dated: June 13, 2007
The Washington County
CLERK OF THE COURT District School Board re-
By: K. McDonald serves the right to reject
Deputy Clerk any and all bids and to
As published in the Wash- waiver any informality in
ington County News June bids when such action is
23, 30, July 7, 14, 2007 in its interest.
As published in the Wash-
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20, 23, 27, 30, 2007.
LEGAL ADVERTISE-
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NOTICE OF APPLICATION
The Washington County FOR TAX DEED
School Board is bidding
petroleum products nec- Notice is hereby given,
essary for the operation of that Denzel or Daryl
county-owned buses and Dockery the holder of the
vehicles effective July 15, following certificate, has
2007-June 30, 2010. Bid filed said certificate for a
forms and specifications Tax Deed to be issued
may be picked up at the thereon. The certificate
Superintendent's Office, number and year of issu-
652 Third Street, Chipley, ance, the description of
Florida, 32428, any time the property, and the
Monday through Thurs- names in which it was
day, 7:00 a.m. until 4:00 assessed are as follows:
p.m.
Bids are to be sealed and CERTIFICATE NO. 1272
marked "Bid on Petroleum YEAR OF ISSUANCE


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2000
DESCRIPTION OF PROP-
ERTY:
Parcel # 00-6081-0001
The North 1/2 acre of the
following described par-
cel:
Commencing 418.44 feet
South of the NW Corner of
f tSW1/4 he NW 1/4,
Section 24,
Township 4, North, Range
16 West for a Point of Be-
ginning, thence
NOO�08'30"E 418.44 feet,
thence S89�51'30"E 15.44
feet to the Westerly right of
way of SR 279, thence
Southeasterly along the
Westerly right of way line
of SR 279 to a point
292.45 feet East of the
Point of Beginning, thence
292.45 feet to the Point of
Beginning.
NAME IN WHICH AS-
SESSED:
Wonna S. Brown
Said property being in the
county of Washington,
State of Florida. Unless
such certificated shall be
redeemed according to
the law, the property
described shall be sold to
the highest bidder at the
courthouse door on
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AM. No Personal Checks Full blooded male Choc- For Sale Lane white
Accepted.Cashier's late Lab, 1 yr, neutered wicker loveseat, good
Dated this 16 day of May Checks, Money Orders, $100, Registered female shape, (no cushions) $35.
2007 and Western Union are the Rat Terrier, 1 yr, $120. (850) 548-5045
only other alternatives ac- 260-2308; 596-1802 For Sale: queen size
LINDA HAYES COOK cepted. or Sale queen size
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT As published in the Wash- captain's bed with eight
COURT ington County News June Miniature Schnoodles huge drawers, cherry
WASHINGTON COUNTY, 2,9,16,23,2007 and Doxiepoos for sale. L-shaped, secretary's desk
FLORIDA ____________First shots and H/C pro- w/file cabinet, gateway
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Clerk $350.00. 638-7772 trolled stereo, like new
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WARNING: THERE ARE that Denzel or Daryl please call (850)956-2062
UNPAID TAXES ON PROP- Dockery the holder of the please call (850)956-2062
ERTY WHICH YOU OWN following certificate, has / . Furniture & Mattresses
IN WHICH YOU HAVE filed said certificate for a Low, low, low overhead
LEGAL INTEREST. THE Tax Deed to be issued guarantees low, low, low
PROPERTY WILL BE thereon. The certificate prices. P&S Discount Fur-
SOLD AT PUBLIC AUC- number and year of issu- . niture, Chipley. (Since
TION ON July 26, ance, the description of s a 1973) 850638-4311
2007 UNLESS THEbBACK the property, and the
TAXES ARE PAID. TO names in which it was MERCHANDISE Furniture-Items including
MAKE ARRANGEMENTS assessed are as follows 3 tall gun cabinet, recliner,
FOR PAYMENT OR TO RE- 3110- Applntiquances end tables, stereo speak-
CEIVE FURTHER INFOR- CERTIFICATE NO. 107 120- Arts & Crafts ers, radio, round kitchen
NATION, CONTACT THE YEAROFISSUANCE 3130 - Auctions table. 535-4149
CLERK OF COURT IMME- 2000 3140 - Baby Items
DIATELY AT P.O. BOX 647 3150 - Building Supplies "
OR 1293 JACKSON AVE., DESCRIPTION OF PROP- 3160 - Business
SUITE 101, CHIPLEY, ERTY: Equipment 3230
FLORIDA 32428, OR TELE- Parcel # 00-0390-0001 3170 - Collectibles32
PHONE (850) 638-6008 3180 - Computers Big Moving Sale
EXT 232. 3190 - Electronics Friday, June 29, Saturday,
EXT232. The South half of the 3200 - Firewood June 30. Furniture,
AMOUNT TO REDEEM South half of the East half 3210- Free Pass It On dishes, clothes, toys,
AMOUNT TO REDEEM of the Southeast quarter 3220 - Furniture shoes, etc. for benefit of
FOR June $ 3,130.54 IN of the Northwest 3230 - Garage/Yard Sales Student Ambassador
U.S. CURRENCY ONLY. quarter of Section 25, 3240 - Guns Sun mbar
AMOUNT TO REDEEM Township 1 North, Range 3250 - Good Things to Eat Seabron Smith. Location
FOR July $ 3,176.27 IN 13 West, Washington 3260- Health & Fitness on Pecan Street at 694.
U.S. CURRENCY ONLY. County, Florida. 3270 - Jewelry/Clothing ime 7:OOam-until.
Equip0 - en Estate Sale-Billy Grant
NAME IN WHICH AS- 3290 - Medical Equipment and Dr. James T. Cook
SESSED: Douglas Tip- 3300 - Miscellaneous Estates. Two Houses. Fur-
ton 3310 - Musical Instruments niture, lamps, art, piano,
3320 - Plants & Shrubs/ glassware, collectibles,
Said property being in the Supplies and much more. Saturday,
county of Washington, 3330 - Restaurant/Hotel June 23rd, from 8:00a.m-
State of Florida. Unless 3340 - Sporting Goods Noon. 4376 Wilton Ave.
such certificated shall be 3350 - Tickets (Buy & Sell) Marianna
redeemed according to (Hwy 90 to Wynn St.).
the law, the propertyA TI I
described shall be sold to Garage Sale open Thurs-
the highest bidder at the 3130 day, Friday and Saturday,
couthose oorongot a little bit of every th-
courthouse door onAM Auction Opry, Auction ing. 295 Jernigan Ave,
July 26,2007 at 10:00 AM. Tuesday and Saturday Bonifay.
6:30. Music 4:30-6:30.
Dated this 16 day of Live band, dance. Friday Inside Garage Sale-Each
May , 2007 night 7pm. Karaoke Thurs- Saturday till all is gone.
day 7pm.See ya'll at the Snapper Mower, antiques,
LINDA HAYES COOK show! Maxie Yates Auc- Christmas items, ect. 753
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT tion Company AB2343, S. 1st Street,
WASHINGTON COUNTY, AU3017. Hwy 79, (Esto) 850-849-1597
FLORIDA (850)263-7500. Moving Sale. Diningroom
furniture , 8 chairs, hutch,
BY: J C Rogers, Deputy NOTICE! server, endtables, hottub,
Clerk WE ARE MOVING generator, 14ft boat,
July 5, 2007 trailer, with new tires , troll-
WARNING: We will be moving to the ing motor 638-4266
THERE ARE UNPAID Graceville Tri-State Live-
TAXES ON PROPERTY stock Barn at 916 White Two .Family,,sale, Satur-
WHICH YOU OWN IN Ave, located off of Hwy 2 day, June 23rd, 7:30 until.
S Sr WHICH YOU HAVE West in Graceville. You Furniture and lots of
SLEGAL INTEREST. THE may call Jerry Johnson at things, 2072-B Hwy. 90
SPROPERTY WILL BE 850-258-5209 or between Chipley & Boni-
SSOLD AT PUBLIC AUC- 850-535-4006, or Marty fay
TION ON July 26, Caudill at 234-805-1358 or
2007 UNLESS THE BACK 334-886-2412 for more in- Warehouse Sale
TAXES ARE PAID. TO formation. Our new phone Moved, everything must
MAKE ARRANGEMENTS number for the barn will go! Chairs, washer, dryer,
FOR PAYMENT OR TO RE- be (850)263-0793. We will desk, pictures, dishes, CB
CEIVE FURTHER INFOR- have our first auction at home base unit, & almost
MATION, CONTACT THE the new facility on July 5, new vehicle. Vacuum
CLERK OF COURT IMME- 2007 starting at 5pm, mis- cleaner & tools. 77
DIATELY AT RO. BOX 647 cellaneous items and live- Storage Warehouse. 4259
OR 1293 JACKSON AVE., stock at 7pm every Thurs- Hwy 77, Wausau. Friday &
SUITE 101, CHIPLEY, day. Due to the changes Saturday, 8:30-until.
FLORIDA 32428, OR TELE- in the status of the Barn ..
PHONE (850) 638-6008 we will be moving to
EXT 232. Graceville, Florida. We are
sorry for any problems 3250 ]
AMOUNT TO REDEEM this will cause our custom- K & L Farms- Fresh toma-
FOR June $ 2,612.47 IN ers. However, we will have toes. 1567 Piney Grove
U.S. CURRENCY ONLY. a better and larger facility. Rd. 850-260-5003 or
a B'R AMOUNT TO REDEEM We will have lots more 850-527-3380
FOR July $ 2,650.66 IN room for our miscellane-
U.S. CURRENCY ONLY. ous items and livestock. U-Pick Blueberries
No Personal Checks Ac- We hope we will be able Now openI
cepted. Cashier's Checks, to unload and load our -Open Monday-Saturday,
Money Orders, and West- customers faster. We will closed Sunday.
l, ern Union are the only continue to have our Bob & Linda Wells
other alternatives ac- Thursday auction at the 2488 Hwy 277, Vernon.
cepted. Marianna,Barn until July 5, (850)638-3181
As published in the Wash- 2007 at which time we will
/ ington County News June be in Graceville, Florida.
Si 2, 9,16, 23, 2007
r' . ..' 1 ' 0 Looking for used wheel-
..-4' I | | 3180 chair. Call 850-773-7995
COLOR SELLS! For Sale Lap top com-
Get Your Classified puter Compaq peresario 2
Adin 1200 internet access. 32 8
COLOR!. $400 (850)-547-5548 For Sale-Commerical
Call now for details Scag mower walk behind.
and be noticed Only used 5 times. Paid
638-0212 3500.00, asking 2700.00
b or 54-914 firm. Call 638-9871
547-9414 3220
B&B Furniture 1342 North
-" " *RR Avenue, Chipley. We
I NNpay cash for clean, quality 3300
1120 furniture. 850-557-0211 or Need Avon! Call
- = New York Finest Clothing 850-415-6866. Ask for (850)956-2062, ask for Ra-
Store is having a Pasco or Carolyn mona Aycock, I offer dis-
storewide clearance sale counts on large orders
to make room for new arri- For Sale: sofa and 2 and on special holidays.
vals. Register for a $100 chairs, Tangerine with yel- Also will accept any
shopping spree. 1221 low threads. Excellent returns you are not
Jackson Ave., Chipley condition. $275.00 for all. satisfied with, will
638-1855, 527-0521. call 547-2983 exchange or give refunds.


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Washington County News * Saturday, June 23, 2007 * 7 N


For Sale: R rainbow SE D For Rent office space 2BR cabin 1BA, no pets. Small House for rent-
vaccum system w/pow Drivers Healthcare Education Trades Bonifay. 204 N. Harvey $400 month, 1st, and last Completely funishednew
Teacher-Washington Etheridge Street. 800 sq. month. Deposit required. Ometo to e
nozzle, (beater bar) dust Excellent Pay Immediate Opening Pre-School needs full time County Christian School. Want An Opportunity wth Ft. 4 offices + CR. (850)326-2412. 8 miles carpet One to two per-
ee00 system. $70000 Pkg/Hometime! Free Ben- Licensed Physical Therapy experienced teacher. Call Elementary Teacher a growing company? Want ( 8 5 0 ) 5 4 8 -5 0 4 5 South Bonifay sons only Call 638-1871
$2300.00, sell $70000, efits. Easy Freight, 90% Assistant (PTA) starting sal- 850-547-1444 ABeka curriculum. DVD to work hard and be re- (850)305-6202
never (4 used.No Tarp. Flatbed. ary $47,840. Competitive ___________program. State or Chris- warded for it? Reed Con- Publisher's
(850)548-5045 866-394-1944 salaryand benefits. Please tian Certification. Experi- create and Construction, For rent store building on Notice
Portable Shed, 24x24, fax resume to Housekeeping Positions- ence Preferred. Forward Inc., in Bonifay would like Main Street downtown 6170
$4500OB0; General 850-415-1967 Now hiring dependable resume: 1405 Brickyard to talk with you. Chipley. Call real tate advertising in
Pella Door, $150; _ _ _ housekeepers. Full and Road, Chipley, Florida 850-547-5767 (850)638-1918 A real estate advertising subject to 2BR very clean,mobile
Dog Kennel, Cosmetic Studio in Part-Time. Super 8 Motel, 32428, 638-9227. Inter- _ |_the Fair Housing Act which home. New carpet, CH/A,
6Hxl2Wx24L; Graceville, Florida is need- Hospitality Chipley. Apply within, views begin July 5. makes it illegal to advertise front and back deck, car-
Antique (Tiger Oak) piano, ing a experienced Nail 850-638-8530 41s ciati on road t 09 paved
$200 BO Technician. Please call Direct Care/Housekeeper race, color, religion, sex,
China Cabinet(Walnut); between 9:00 a.m. and for 48 bed facility. Hours Sales For Rent.2BR/1 /BA. Apt. handicap, familial status or
$100 OBO; 6:00 p.m. (850) 263-0995 are 11:30 a.m. - 7:30 p.m. Require application. No national origin, or an inten- Bonifay-Quiet . Mobile
Bedroom Set, white, 5 40 hours per wk.. Starting pets. 638-1918 or tion, to make any such pref- Home Park. 3BR, $550,
ieces,$150 OBO 40 hours per wk Starting Account Executive 6384478. erence, limitation or dis- 1BR, $325. Call 547-4234.
Gazebo, 10x10, $100 pay of $7.75 an hour with crimination" Familial status
OBO annual and sick leave The Advertising Sales Department of the Washington . s * a Graceland Manor Apart- includes children under the Double Wide trailer for
CallCounty News and Holmes County Times-Advertiser ments. Rental assistance age of 18 living with parents 3 bedroom 2 full
Call 850-849-2568 for more information. has a great opportunity for an aggressive salesper- FRRon12ad3bro.orlegal custodians, preg- rent, 3 bedroom 2 full
hasagea:op-R on 1, 2, and 3 bedrooms. nant women and people se- baths. Call 850-547-2830
SHospitality son. We will train the right individual to excel in a 6100 - Business/ Handicapped and curing custody of children
sales career. A positive attitude and strong sales Commercial non-handicapped accessi- under 18. For Rent mobile home
| 3320 Management skills will place you in this key sales position. 6110 - Apartments ble apartments. 850 2BR/1bath, $395.00 water
6120- Beach Rentals -263-4464, TDD/TTY 711. This newspaper will not & garbage furnished. 4173
Leola Brock Nurseries Healthy Families We offer a strong commission plan, mileage reim- 6130 - Condo/Townhouse 5445 Brown Street, knowinglyaccept any adver- & garbage furnished.
LLC Pants, trees and / Program Supervisor bursement and excellent company benefits that in- 6140 - House Rentals Graceville, FL. Equal hous- in violation of the law. Our 547-4606
shrubs. Landscape de- cHuman Services profes- eludes 401K, company pension plan, success shar- 6150- Roommate Wanted ing authority readers are hereby informed
sign, landscape contract- sional to be responsible ing, paid holiday, sick leave and vacation. 6170- Mobile Home/Lot Remodeled large 1,2 and in dwellings advertised Mobile Home For
ing, irrigationtsystems.elfaotrhmaaienmesnaertnid
girigaton systems, for management and su- 6180- Out-of-Town Rentals 3 bedrooms. New carpet, tl ne sapr Rent-2BD/1/BA. Front
178L White Road, Bon fay pervision of a Healthy Send resume to Nicole Barefleld 6190- Timeshare Rentals ceiling fans, appliances, basis. To complain of dis- porch, storage room.
S (WashngtonFamilies Services team. Publisher The Washington CounNews 6200 - Vacation Rentals formica cabinets and crimination call HUD tolree CH/A.Excellent condition.
Coun32ty) (81500 )6381202cc Position located in Chip- RO. Box 627, Chipley, FL 32428 more. All rent includes city at 1-800-669-9777. The Smoke-free environment.
326-1500 ley, FL & may require toll-free number for the hear-$475+Deposit. Call
Panama travel in Jacks�n, Cal- No phone calls please. water, sewer, garbge, tree number for the hear$475Deposit. Call
� & houn, Washington, Liberty stove and refrigerator. 1-800-927-9275.
y ^Country Club & Holmes Counties. Posi- The Washington County News and 6100 1BR/1BA $500 2BR/1BA
*Needs to start Now* tionrequires minimum of Holmes Couny-Times Advertiser is a $600. 3BR/1BA $700 plus The Park at 2350
elsr t a * to us md u Ha sia Executive Office Space S/D. City limits of Chipley. 3BR/1BA $425
FT/PT Exp. Line year exp. working with di- Equal Opportunity Employefor rent downtown Chip- Sorry No HUD, no pets. 3BR/2BA $45056-2267
Cooks. verse families. Apply at Equal Opportunity Employer. ley. 638-1918 (850)638-3306 0pp0TUmTv 547-3746 or 956-2267
Sat a must. Banquet & Habilitative Services at
Breakfast exp a + 4440 Putnam St., Mari-
EMPLYMENT anna. Application deadline
4100 - Help Wanted ant. Exp a + tion sponsored by Habili-
4130 -Employment tative Services of North
Information Please apply in person Florida, Healthy Families
HLTues-Fri 10a-4p. Florida, and the Depart-
- W A100 Country Club Dr. ment of Children and
4100 Lynn Haven, FI 32444 Families. EEO


Administrative
Experienced Book-
keeper needed for CPA
office. Knowledge of
Peachtree and
Quickbooks software a
must. Must be proficient in iN
.Excel and MS Word. Ex- COMPANY, INC.
.perience with payroll and
payroll e-tax reporting. Are you an energetic and dependable
salary requirements to worker? If so, you qualify for an
chipleycpa@bellsouth.net opportunity to launch your career with a
Avon Representatives
needed in Bonifay, Chip growing company! You must be willing
ley, Graceville, Wausau, to travel and have valid ID and SS card.
Vernon, Caryville, Ponce
de Leon. Ask about Come by, introduce yourself and fill out
mini-kit. 850-547-1640. an application. (EOE)
Dwayne Atkins ISR
Domestic We offer great benefits to qualifying
Immediate opening for a employees such as 401k, group medical
Nanny. Early afternoon & and dental insurance, employee stock
for appoenin tmlease cal purchase, vacation, life and LTD
interview time. insurance, uniforms and per diem.
(850)596-0218
Drivers "M4ak I a,/ d4f9re'ce/ n'/aw
Drivers: Lease Purchase CownvUi6'Ly aOdi'out 1ndupty
& Co. Drivers-
It's not just about driving .jC1946"
"It's A Life Style"!. Make We are now hiring
money, have time to
spend it. 20 drivers -Welders
needed. Shelton Trucking -Mechanics
Allison 800-877-3201
Genea -Class A CDL Drivers
General
-Equipment Operators
MYSTERY SHOPPERS, -Construction Crew Laborers
get paid to shop!
Retail/dining establish- www.trawickconstruction.com
ments need underercover
clients to judge quality 1555 South Boulevard I Chipley, Fl
customer service. Earn up
to $150. a day. Call 850.638.0429
(888)-523-1013.







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7106170 10 7
Trailer For Rent. Com- Sunny Hills, Five (8) Acre tracts Hwy
pletely remodeled. Every- Florida-Water front home 77 South, 4 miles Bedie
thing like new. Please call on Boat Lake. 2BR/2BA, Road. Call Milton for infor-
638-1462 florida room, and cement nation. (850)638-1858
porch. Large wooded lot________
70x215x120 in back. For Sale. 63 acres cleared
Bluewater Property, LLC. with some trees on county
Call Gene at 773-3333. graded road near Dog-
-wood Lakes area Holmes
County

7 140 MP Enterprises Land Sale
REA. ESTATE ORSALE 50 acres Farm land for and Finance. 5 acres or
7100-Homes sale in Black Alabama more for houses only,
71100 - Beach Home/ area. reduced $2,800 per wooded & pasture. 3 miles
Propertyach Hom acre. Call (251)446-8103 South of Chipley. Highway
7120- CPropmmercialy acre. all (251)44 77, Gainer Rd., Houston
7130 - ConoTmercnal h Rd., Duncan Community
7130 - Conadorownhouse Rd., Buddy Rd., (4) five ac-
7150 - Lots and Acreage res (8) ten acres (5) eight
7160 - Mobile Homes/Lots 7150 acres. Owner financing or
7170 - Waterlront cash. Low down payment,
7180 - Investment 5 acres for sale by owner. cash. Low d monthly payments.
Property Front acre already Call Milton Peel for infor-
7190 - Out-of-Town cleared. Hwy 77 and Clay- nation 850-638-1858
Real Estate ton Rd., Chipley. Beautiful_
7200 - Timeshare prime property.
- (850)573-0890 Quiet 8 Acres in Chipley
________H___________with singlewide mobile
0SE 22 to 40 acres in Wash- home, 3BR/2BA, pole
ington County. One of the barn. Great for live stock.
2 �/ acres and house for highest elevations in the 850-415-5605. $120,000


sale use for commercial or state, with views spanning
residential. Reduced over 40 miles. Owner Re-
$450.000.00 - on Hwy 79 altor. (850)527-8902 N
next to Freds i ,
426 2nd Street Chipley. 34 acres in Boone North
2BR/2BA, completely re- Carolina with multiple
modeled, new electric, streams, gated
AC, plumbing, cabinets, community. Great
flooring. 1200 sq ft 3 ac- opportunities. Sacrifice,
res, $159,900 OBO. limited time offer.
(314)346-3303 owner pos- $220,000. (828)719-7036
sible financing
slf i - By Owner 10 acres with
3BR/2bath home, 1600 330 ft frontage on Hwy
square feet, close to Waf- 280, property address
fle House, Flowers, fruit 3023 Douglas Ferry Road.
trees, chain link fence. Box on property with infor-
Only 2 years old mation. Financing availa-
(850)5472961 ble $150,000. Call Gayle
Nice 3/2 brick home with @ 547-2709
workshop. New roof. Lam-
inate wood floors in bed- By Owner 19 acres, three
rooms. North off Old Boni- miles north of Bonifay with
fay Rd. onto 2nd Street 660' frontage on Hwy. 79.
then left on Campbellton $110.000 firm, financing
Ave. in Chipley. 1338 with good down payment. j
Campbellton Ave. Call Richard @ L0
$145,000. 850-326-2225. 850-547-2637 RAT


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(813)872-0722.

Aullctions

AISOLUTICAUCTION 10:3.0nlll , Suil it, e 30113O1l/-Acres
C'halmtumoopig TIennu csoe Moiuitain Laniid. Oflfi'edt in parcel
00% I'nancinlg Ilituggonbothail Auctioniiters M.I;.
Sliggeotinolmunl , CAI IT, liri# AU105/AlI15 (1800)257-4161
himtthuthummtu,

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psltmieliOhnul, ponil, 'Cll 1 (361780 -2<26,
xmsy, ultu~serid"gy t h NC'AI,11685, VAAI.112.

Aectloui- 432+/- icre's divlklsl, trc 'ickhome, 'TIhItill Co.,,(JA.,
Snutulrdly, July t14, 10ilitl, 1 IxV'ellnii tllttloe I'il'ni, culllivililble
uucrme, puituriesi, tibeduanlid, creek, lhniomesli. 10%liP, (1AI.
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Opporiuilit i (lietii Smioky Moutiiiln,. Sovio'r ('oumity, ITN
Saturday, J uly 7, 10:30 AM lvIf 1 wy.W"l'' t .ant 1-800-4-
IRRIIOW\. TN L.it. 02.

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'Coutilll'r I luont , 61 iorE , stllbles, il�n iir Po''didol Hay, I Ily I -
5 purcels, combilb n tiin,- July 12, 1, 00 ,1in, c vIi _12itto:n0oni
(800)()0o0 2877 - tmiigeir, Tlintiird & AnsiMcinios, Inc, - Jick I'F
Orioir #0873.

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BUSINESS TALENTS WANTEIIII Ixcllhii now bum iess
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hour omr $57K Mnnutiolly Including Fdll lril Iloneilllfi miul IOT,
let your oxtilll guitle liow, (800)709- 754 I .X'l',f79 1) USWA
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For Sale nice 3BR/2bath,
24x40 trailer on 1 acre on 1995 Ford Tempo GL. 4
N. Hwy 79, Bonifay. cylinder. Excellent shape.
850-547-5743 New tires, new brakes &
bearings. Cold air.
Excellent on gas. $1300.
547-3941


For Sale: Winnebago Mo-
tor Home, 1984, 24' class
C, Chevy 350, 90,000 mi-
les. Great condition,
$7500.00. (850)548-5045


1997, Ford F-150, V-8,
138,000 miles, red, good
1997 Mercedes E420. Ex- for work truck, farm truck,
cellent condition. White etc., motivated seller,
Color, loaded.148,000 Mi- $3500. OBO,
AUTOMOTIVE, M INE loes. $12,500 Negotiable 850-768-0004
638-8170.
8100 - Antique & Collectibles 2001 Dodge extended
8110 - Cars cab, diesel. $13,500.
8120- Sports Utility Vehicles (850)547-5941 CT
8140- Vans 2007 Victory Vegas 200 For Sale- 1998 Chev
8150 Commercial Miles, Stage One Kit with ton truck. 66 ,000 miles.
8160- Motorcycles Performance Pipes. Towing Package.00 Nt a m
8170 - Auto Parts $15,000. (850)260-1700 Towing Package. Not a
& Accessories $15,000. (850)260-1700 scratch or ding. Absolutely
8210 - Boats like brand new! 638-1991
8220 - Personal Watercraft
8230 - Sailboats For Sale-1996 Dodge
8240 - Boat & Marine For sale 1997 Cadillac Ram 1500 with 37,335 true
Supplies
8310 - Aircraft/Aviation Concor Deville, very good miles. Tool box and bed C&C Bookkeeping and Fence Work all types.
832 -ATV/OffRoad Vehicles condition, $7500 obo. cover. Well kept. Asking Tax Service. Open 5 days New or repairs. Formerly For Rent first in Chipley,
8330 - Campers & Trailers 415-6114 $8,000. 547-3429, 9am to a week. 8am to 5pm. Call L&D Fence Co. Competi- Mini Warehouses. If you
8340 - Motorhomes 9pm (850)638-1483 tive rates. (850)638-8674 don't have the room, "We
_____-________ ��Do" Lamar Townsend
(850)638-4539, north of

N IN S(N N q tlILLS . Townsends.
1 2004 Buick Van 23 miles
to gallon, take over pay- Headliners and VinylMii o e Ch
ments. Real good condi-Carpentry, pressure storage in Chipley.
tion. 40,000 miles. Tops Mobi Unt do the ing, law All sizes for rent. We fur-
o1-850- 836-4291 work at your home or washing, lawn care, great nish the lock.
1-850t836442910workplace.Reasonable rates. (850)638-4492 (850)326-2399
rates on new vinyl tops
- . . . - and auto carpeting. Free
: '' ' estimates. Call anytime, Honey-Do Handyman For
| 8170 Ileave message. (850) residential needs. Below
81L0 leave message. (850)_the roof and above the
Diamond plate, single lid 638-7351 foundationNo job too big
RC* tool box for small size or too small John
truck. Practically new. (850)415-6750
- Lockable with keys. $100. __9___I_9_ _
/ l!- - Call Jenni, 850-527-4383
SJ&J Cabinet Shop. For allHome Maintenance Bath-
J & W QUALITY TRIM your kitchen cabinets and doors, and wood fencing.
S peci alizing in Interior house repair needs. Call Rell ,noo too smal.
wY.77,, Chiple Fy, l alzingin Irr James S. Howell (850) Really, no job too small.
8 8320 Trim; Crown Molding, Jams3 owel (21 ) J&M Family Renovations.
th of Sunny Hills Entrance ] Easy Go 2004 Golf Cart. Light Framing, Remodel- 2839; 260-1619 535-7446
Excellent Condition. ing. Licensed/Insured.
3-0095 or 773-0098 $3100. Also some older Free Estimates. John Mc-
ones. 535-4121 Donald (850) 638-2270


Sini 2006 running u' Fl'lrdu Real Estate Sod For Sale on the farm,
ig lhe wekl I 11.tl0 Cross/lhlne Sod For Sale on the farm
iu eijwreqku iAetelA M) dX- _ _ _ _ _delivered or installed. Cen-
So. ('Coleoraio I nchl Sale 35 Acres- $36,il000 Spclculc r tipede and 419 Bermuda.
Rocky Mouniiin Views Year round eccss, &elc/ le ill- Taking applications for West Florida Turf Sewing Machine and Vac-
cluded.C (l.,e for lhe weeenad, stay for llif'oclim.l.illi full day & after school (8 5 0 ) 6 3 8 -4 8 6 0 ; uum Cleaner Repair, guar-
[orilent rfinncinvg ,ailhle w/ low down pysi i.n, CaIl lied Craek care. New daycare open- 850415-0385. Established anteed service on all
Lnd Co. i(oduyl (it6i)69b-5263 x 2682. ing in August, downtown 1980 makes and models. Free
____________ ,lol,-,Vernon. (850)535-0401; __________ estimates. Western Auto,
iri olCentrul 'lorida.u.Bauoiil l (850)272-8701 216 N. Waukesha, Bonifay.
resoril nilenitin, social evinis llEAiIAUTll'llN.(CAl(OI.NA, WESTIERNNOIRI('CARO- Sod Sod Sod Quality you 547-3910
II (1810)1187-8301 or visll I.INA MTIS FRI'I Color Itrochure & Information MOON- can depend on. Irrigated,
TAINI'OI'liRTIlISwilSwliSpectacular'views, lIloieln, Ca'ins, weed & pest controlled.
Creeks, & Inveliineit acreage. ('HllOKl!' MOUNTAIN Centipede and St. Augus-
,2HA$11,7001 Only$199/Mol (MAC REAL ESTA IlH... chle(mfltirisJlxyi Cuoll .Wtine. Delivery and installa- Trinity Horse Farm horse
o2 8%. 11, tI) I loles Avail- for leei roclchure()(00)8,11-5tH68. tion available. 8 miles SW boarding, good pastures,
783 Ixt 5796. _____Too Busy To Clean? Let of Chipley 'for easy cus- run-in sheds. Chipley, FL.
Moiuntaiiiil fetyleG(;rouiinow opening 2 GAT'1d) conaiiU- me clean your home or tomer hauling. Call any- www.trinityhorsefarm.com
ni5' ti lilie i he hinlh county o We slrn North Cairolina. Loti business. References time. Billy and Leola Brock (850)638-1082
)001 Only $1�Il/shl 5% down si'i t $2,ii 16M6,37t-47W), available. 638-7756 (850) 638-1202; 326-1500,


Reduced prices Minisil'roiil loit froin $170,9100,. )Dockable
51110 /1A i Only $20,0 0 1 o1101 So tier.l ro i loln froim $2,19,9010. Located. In eoilfirl, SC.I'Pre-
l� li'oni S10I I0i " i f "or l ~i.li ns jier ci loutlion & neighborhood. All lots live cenirol water,
ewer & iindlergrosiiul uillllts. 'oall: (0I8 |27'-474I1.
0i/mol 1111IIA i'orelourelr IrIMrIEI) TIMEI; O)iiHi 1110% 1 IINAN'IN(I- NOI PAY-
, 20 y. . ' .. "" ' MIINTS F'.1t 2 YEARS (tbled lukofrlion Coimmnilyof ihe
NC lliu Ridge Miln. All Docki le 90I iles isf horl' l ino e l lrtlu
$09,000. C('all Now (8 t00)709-LAK E.
For Sale _
RiverfronI hoi eiii le on l Ieutillfll 'Iuc'rlkiuegee River in flie
Anuilvoerliry S ii'lo geo I ll 1- I]lue Ridge Mo ntainiis iofl NC. l'rluiiae coii nlily, i.ldramaticl
owll when ylou own your InSlA views, oxceItclionol weilier iand rc vietionI, (828)293-9514
( 800),622-2812, I ligh Vision, 1.1('.

L al liiakefro t lhoUi sitlle i1 1 htin liful. lloi iinke ile Noiirieilh
iclion Tl llnVssle, Fuilly allienillzed coOlnilillty, speciltaulr hilulil"
lin viowil, convenientle y located ioir Johlnson City, (423)323-
AVY EQUII'PM ENT OPIIERA 1.67 r (i'ilVision, Inic.
ilned, 35(0-Acrl o Iacllily, liob
ily Acredillted, VA & DANTIIS LAKE PIROPIERlTIEi S I ikelki i mutonI lke view homes And
Y .WAYA cth otv o cldhl T l d-'ttlke l inreel il pristine 34,000 lacre Norilds lLake In li. Tenl sessee
lRK, I.. C ill lakeside R lty I Illy (888)291152513 Or visll '

EIRlAOlt 'IITRAINING PORt
S t lkhoe, Looduer, lmililiP Norhili'ruillii('olMountinlAir, Vi ws&Sireitin, hli's
mviltors; Nutionl ('cilliculon, Cohlsi & Acientge. Illf i IlIROC1 1 U110 (t1100)642-53333. I-
soluclnteld Triinling Services ult y o1' Miirphy :317 Pl'chlitree St. Murphy, N.C, 289116,
)i ttnlell'uli',c.t0 i wnvw,(iy� jwtll lb w iy, (thsm_ 5l1.

'CERTll'IISI), Iinods on lTnin Wiateirfront Condomin oni teumill/l i ak e olik , T ID O F rk
('till Toll lirco (H66))933- 1575. M insouri. 1,2100( ii llon of' shoreline, Io iw i lxes, ili'il il u e ind
SIIIVIC('S, 5177 llomn iloisno feel . ot l,'ls l ng, golf,I fuil, Frol $.99,900.9 , 'I I
oLjtmflde uiSauurcltiit (573)3406-11 i,

ADEMYII Slirt your drivlint New Mexico (etlaway 2 Acres $49,9910ScIa ic, , ie S EC views,
aIn CI)1. A. low liltlotn leil wIldlll, neuirhy lllM, Melectlrlity, Irelect Ihr himsos, milking, iF O B UE fSl
tll ritiill oii feel l(888)8995l) 910 lmiitlhg, fihinlly runich, rclrctl, mlnd rtlremenil lllving, 101. % I ,
',o niniing, ('nill (>6()305-2121,. F O R B U Y E R S

AcreAge NC MOUNTAINS S crri� whitlh prillilo 20.- iot ll411 illwir-
ilil, iihinne S illo wlh 'reat1 view, very IrIvoile, lirgep public Inke
LOT SA1, 11 kn AccomN- ty, $19,5,i, 'Thin won', Iisi lung. 'ui iniw (8,1)789- . Placing a classified ad is an easy and
low- $124,900(l(wir $224,i)0()() " ':.'-,
9,.,,00,.Owner aly,, s"8111 I l affordable way to make your wares
'dl $ 100,0001. hired ciuiitlnt i Tilll mier (Co (nuiylliny llliuklinl l 24 Acres- $99,900.40 Acrt s
!,10,,. .i ,, In oi eillfl0 l (I dy oinly, Sutl. Jti 3l01, the focus of attention among
I mo ledi ll wi l dli ltaldll, I'ilitetil il u nlbdlvldc, sixcollent I0- � l"'iy
iinticlii, ('till Niiionlinib tI.r 'irinor inw (8(10)119t.4l 9, potential buyers. What are you
inllltv ProlportllO Nonly $89,000. x 110o.
iilii,., o('lo. I oitileor _______ waiting for? Contact us today and
II pIlno.l. (rl'Cik. I lo l-me ltt or
SI Inict O)nily, $4,0000 (IOwner IlevelUioimrs t'liieuiii eo ellinller li- 29th r t0 , oliTalrdy ltows u ' ant
'liTI V -0 10-140, Aorm, tr ,oii lioml pricling. L.,nls & ciindio vllklo, w/ ilor, start turning the stuff you don't want
I lu IIdw Iods. Pluved lR id I li nluarti. tho, lln, iilure view sltintllig lit 70k'a, lyr. l o, pay eti in
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n ive, proL m | i'( Lin,. l,''i ni ilil iiid ir
isitnce. CAl .1 Avinltitni ill-
-87. VCation (850) 6380212

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your hli qui|illlel. (lI00)961(- I ite 'li(ugc Silty 2 Nigllts, 3rdt Niylt FR]H, Ietl, Ietillul u HO LM ES C O UN TY
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Week ~ I 850)547-41


97 Mercury Mountaineer. 2000 Daybreak
Clean, good condition, 19.000 miles, 34ft with a 2005 Cavalier, 29ft.
cold air, runs great. $3500. superslide, dual roof air. Queen bed, bunk beds,
Call 638-9472 or 638-2920 55 KW generator, 180 microwave, fridge, excel-
hours, jacks, rear camera, lent condition, ready to put
S plus much more. Ready to on your land. No holding
TRUCKS travel. Excellent condition, tanks. Must sell. $8000
$33,000 obo. obo. 638-3500
8130 (850)535-9672


MORKS 0,� I L.CIPILIA (850) 547-9414
lay i Nletij U-dy -ek of June 25,200J7
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