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says police coverage may have to be
reduced due to budget problems.
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Board of County
Commissioners
meets, looks at
several issues
Washington County Board
of County Commissioners
meets and looks at grants,
pecan trees, interlocal
agreements and many
other issues.


Pet Talk
Training your pet doesn't
mean a quick trip to animal
commando school.
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Vernon Pee Wee
registration
underway
Vernon Pee Wee
Football and
Cheerleading registration
has been extended. Ages
5-12 years old can sign
up. Register at the Ver-
non Sportsplex August 20
and 21 at 6:00 p.m. and at
Vernon City Hall, 8 a.m. til 4
p.m. until August 24.
Call 535-724a4
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There will be a number of changes to accommodate the new Holmes Creek bridge in Vernon,
including changing how to access State Road 277. The design is shown above.

Vernon meeting provides information on SR 79 project


JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afelsberg@chipleypaper.com
The planned four-laning of
State Road 79, beginning in about
two years, will completely change
downtown Vernon. The west side
of SR 79 will be largely taken
up by the two new lanes, while
other changes will be necessary to
provide proper access to the new
four-lane Holmes Creek bridge.
That bridge would replace the
current 1939 two-lane bridge that
is deficient and not suitable for
modern traffic.
One change that the Florida De-
partment of Transportation plans is
rerouting State Road 277 to pro-


vide safer access to the new bridge.
That means shifting the start of SR
277 south a block to Court Street.
To do that, a small piece of prop-
erty must be taken from a site that
is considered eligible for being
placed on the National Register of
Historic Places. A public hearing
was held on the matter Wednesday
afternoon at Vernon City Hall.
The May filling station was built
circa 1900 according to informa-
tion from the state Historic Preser-
vation Office. "It could be eligible
and could be a valuable asset to the
community," Project Manager Kurt
Stull of HDR Engineering, Inc.,
said. A public hearing is required
under such circumstances.


The filling station has been
closed for decades and property
owner Tyrone May said has been
only used as a warehouse and for
storage. While it is possible that
the building could end up on the
national register, finding grants to
be used for restoration would be
very difficult.
"It's a lot of paperwork," said
Dorothy Odom, president of the
Washington County Historical
Society. "Grants are hard to come
by unless the public is admitted at
least 180 days a year. They make
you work for it."
Road changes around the filling
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Mary Paramore/WCN
Parents check out who is teaching their children this coming school year at Kate M.
Smith Elementary in Chipley.


School days begin Monday
School opens Monday throughout Washington County. Parents, students, teachers and staff
are finishing up preparations foi the 2007-08 school year.
See page 2 to learn about Chipley High School's revised dress code.
For information about open houses and orientations, along with other school news, go to
www.chipleypaper.com under Schools.


Difficult


decisions


needed


on county


budget
MARY D. PARAMORE
Staff Writer
mparamore@chipleypaper.com
If budget talks during the Wash-
ington Board of County Comn-
missioners' Aug. 16 meeting are
any indication, the Sept. 4 budget
workshop, a continuation of the
adjourned meeting Thursday, could
be difficult.
Washington County is faced with
a budget shortfall in 2006-2007 and
is working at balancing the 2007-
2008 budget. Commissioners may
have to make tough decisions to
grapple with cuts essentially man-
dated by the 2007 Florida Legis-
lature when it capped the county's
millage rate at 7.66 mils.
At Thursday's meeting, the
Board:
*Declined to spend about $20,000
to purchase a 125kw generator for
the Public Works Department,
despite County Administrator Pete
Herbert's advice that "it's as good a
purchase as we're going to find."
*Declined to restock Public
Works pipe supplies until the next
fiscal year, instructing the depart-
ment to delay jobs until the next
fiscal year, if need be.
*Reviewed documents show-
ing the annual cost of employees
driving county vehicles home at
night ($47,000) as well as costs for
Nextel radios ($27,000). Both will
be up for discussion.
*Discussed increasing fees for
the use of community centers,
specifically the "under-budgeted"
Orange Hill center.
*Determined that about $60,000
set aside for construction of eques-
trian facilities is as-of-yet unen-
cumbered. Commissioner Ronnie
Finch suggested that bathroom and
well projects be completed, but that
the county stop related projects "if
we're looking at money being this
bad."
*Discussed an expected three-
week shortfall in the Public Works
fuel account for the 2006-2007 fis-
cal year. The department will need
about $15,000.
*Tabled payment of two insur-
ance deductibles resulting from
litigation against Northwest Florida
Community Hospital. The claims
were filed when the county owned
the hospital and, therefore, the
county is liable for $50,000 and
$17,142.50 not paid by its insur-
ance carrier.
*Approved Commissioner Don-
nie Strickland's request to apply
$5,000 from his district's alloca-
tion to a $15,000 road construction
project in Wausau. The Board also
approved his request to purchase
weed-eaters for road crews with the
budget's remaining $3,000.
The Board will reconvene at 9
a.m. Sept. 4 to tackle the budget.
They also adjusted dates for future
meetings to account for the holiday
season. The BOCC will also meet
Nov. 15 and Dec. 20.
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Ready for takeoff: Airport approved by Corps


S. BRADY CALHOUN
Florida Freedom
Newswire
The Army Corps of En-
gineers has issued the fi-
nal environmental permit
needed for construction to
begin on the new airport in
West Bay.
Construction will begin
as soon as next month, of-
ficials said.
The Jacksonville office of
the corps issued the permit,
known as a 404 permit, at
noon Thursday. The corps
has been working on the
permit since 2002, according
to corps documents.
Corps officials examined
the impacts of the airport
based on dozens of criteria,
including the economy, the
environment and any threats
to endangered species, said
David Hobbie, chief of the


regulatory division for the
region.
"Based on our rules and
regulations, we believe we
made the appropriate deci-
sion," Hobbie said.
The news was cause for
celebration from airport of-
ficials and others who sup-
port the project and another
source of consternation for
relocation opponents.
"All the pieces are fall-
ing into place," said Airport
Authority Vice Chairman
Bill Cramer. "The next step
will be to work on getting
our construction contract in
line and get our contractor
selected."
The Airport Authority
wants to award a contract on
the first phase of construc-
tion to one of the bidders
in the next few weeks and
begin work next month, said


Randy Curtis, the executive
director of the airport. The
authority also is negotiating
the $99 million sale of the
existing airport. The official
timeline for construction
calls for the new airport to be
completed by late 2009.
The new airport will be
built on 4,000 acres of land
donated by the St. Joe Co.
"With the relocation of the
airport comes the creation of
the West Bay Preservation
Area and an opportunity to
protect 41,000 acres of the
West Bay watershed, includ-
ing 33 miles of undeveloped
shoreline and an additional
44 miles of tributaries and
creeks," Peter S. Rummell,
the chairman and CEO of St.
Joe, said in a news release.
"This is truly a once in a
lifetime opportunity."


Chipley High School dress code announced


Chipley High School re-
cently announced the fol-
lowing dress code provisions
in a news release:
*Head coverings (hats,
caps, stocking caps, etc,) are
not to be brought to school
unless authorization is grant-
ed. *Authorization may be
granted for sun protection,
etc. Items that are indicative
of gangs, such as bandanas,
are prohibited from school
grounds and school spon-
sored events.
*Apparel that contains a
message that is offensive,
obscene or promotes illegal
activities, drugs, alcohol or
tobacco products will not be


permitted on school grounds
or at school sponsored func-
tions.
*Shorts and pants are
to be worn at the person's
natural waistline.
*Shoes must be worn at
all times.
*The wearing of objects
and jewelry in a body pierc-
ing will be limited to ears
only.
*Halters, mesh blouses
and shirts, off-the-shoulder
tops and tank tops are not
permitted.
*Midriff area of the body
is not to be exposed.
*All fasteners (buttons,
zippers, etc.) of pants and


shorts must be secured.
*Garments should be at
least as long as the fingertips
of the individual with arms
extended by their sides.
*Overalls and jumpers
must be worn with a shirt or
blouse underneath and all
closures fastened.
Other items that may
or may not be tolerated
are pajamas, spandex, sun-
glasses inside buildings and
short-shorts. Any clothing
considered disruptive to
classrooms will be declared
improper.
For more information,
call the school at 638-6100.


Service cuts may follow budget cuts for CPD


MARY D. PARAMORE
Staff Writer
mparamore@chipleypaper.com
If Washington County's
final 2007-2008 budget does
not include funding to Chi-
pley's Police Department,
the city's police officers will
concentrate on drug eradica-
tion and will not respond to
non-emergency calls.
That's according to City
Administrator Jim Morris,
who sent a letter to Washing-
ton County after receiving
instructions to do so by the
Chipley City Council at its
Aug. 9 meeting.
The county's 2006-2007
budget included a first-time
$200,000 allocation to sup-
port Chipley's Police De-
partment. Last year, the
county had surplus funds.
This year, with no funds
to carry forward from 2006-
2007 to 2007-2008 and a
millage cap imposed by
the Florida Legislature, the
Board of County Commis-
sioners is contemplating
severe cuts that include
eliminating funding from
city recreation programs, the


Salvation Army, Chemical
Addiction Recovery, Airport
Authority, bridge repair, bea-
ver control and the county's
legislative budget; reducing
funding by $100,000 from
inmate medical services
and road materials; reducing
funding by 50 percent from
the Chamber of Commerce,
RSVP, and Council on Ag-
ing, Tri-County Community
Council, Literacy Volunteers
and the Historical Society.
Other cuts proposed in-
clude reducing funding by
less than 50 percent from
mental health, the sod farm
and the State Attorney's
Office.
Still other proposed cuts
include maintaining fund-
ing equal to 2006-2007
for legal counsel, law en-
forcement, corrections and
dispatch, ambulance, solid
waste and the Washington
County Health Department
and choosing not to fund a
$30,000 request from the
Early Learning Coalition.
Morris's letter stated, "As
you are aware, the Chipley
Police Department has been


a self-sufficient law enforce-
ment agency in years past,
responding to and investi-
gating all crimes within the
Chipley city limits.
"Due to budget con-
straints, the Chipley City
Council has decided that, ef-
fective Oct. 1,2007, services
provided by the Chipley
police Department will be
reduced. At the direction of
the Chipley City Council,
our police department will
respond only to life threaten-
ing calls."
The letter continues,"The
City Council desires that the
department remain aggres-
sive in its approach on the
eradication of illegal drugs,
which will greatly benefit
the citizens of Chipley and
Washington County.... The
City Council has direct-
ed Chief Crews to imple-
ment policy and, procedure
changes and to work dili-
gently with the Washington
County Sheriff's Depart-
ment to ensure that the up-
coming changes will result
in a smooth transition."


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Public gets a look at SR 77 four-laning


JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afelsberg@chipleypaper.com
Citizens of Washington
County got a chance to see
plans for the four-laning
of State Road 77 Thursday
night. Officials from Florida
Department of Transporta-
tion District 3, HDR Engi-.
neering, and PBS&J con-
sultants were on hand with
a full array of maps of the
four-lane planned from State
Road 20 north to the inter-
section of County Road 279
(Moss Hill Road) and SR 77
at Washington County Cor-
rections Institute. Plans are
about 60 percent complete,
according to FDOT.
A large crowd was on
hand at Sand Hills Baptist
Church just north of SR 20 to
view the maps and ask ques-
tions. Many were interested
in right-of-way acquisition,
particularly when the new
four-lane must veer 300 feet
to the west north of Crystal
Lake Road to avoid a Karst
pond. The rest of the high-
way will generally follow
the existing two-lane road,
but additional right of way
will be required for utilities,
drainage and other projects.
One question that came
up was about median con-
figurations. Several of those
present wanted as many as
possible for better access
to businesses along SR 77.
"Commercial development
always needs median cuts,"
said Jim Town of Sunny
Hills.
Jennifer Clark of HDR
said that space between the
planned cuts (36 full open-
ings, two directional open-
ings and two right turns) is
determined by safety consid-
erations. "SR 77 is designed
as a high-speed highway,
meaning it is designed for
70 mph traffic," Clark said.
"It will be posted for a 65
mph speed limit." The high-


speed designation means
cuts would be a minimum
of 366 feet apart.
Another consideration in
road design is to avoid as
much as possible a Florida
Gas Transmission pipeline.
Some segments will be re-
located. "Safety is our major
consideration," said FDOT
District 3 spokesperson Tan-
ya Kindig.
Most of those present ap-
peared satisfied with what
they saw Thursday night.
"As long as we can go north
and south out of our division
it's okay with us," said Gail
Karlo. She and her husband,
Jim, get on and off SR 77 at
Rolling Pines Road.
Estimated costs of the
project, which is still in the
design stage, are $21.6 mil-
lion for right-of-way acqui-.
sition and $37.5 million for
construction. "At the present


time the project is not funded
for right-of-way acquisition
or for construction," Kindig
said. According to FDOT
construction is proposed to
begin in the fall of 2008.

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Saturday, August 18, 2007 Washington County News, 3


KIWANIS NEWS


Guest speaker at Tues-
day's Kiwanis meeting was
Jim Sapp, scout master of
the local Cub Scouts Troup
339. Jim has been the Cub
Scout master the last three
years for a group of 40
to 60 boys, including his
son. Boys in grades one
through five are eligible for
Boy Scouts. Instructions to
the boys include: 1. Charac-
ter, 2. Respect, 3. Respon-
sibility and 4. Family.
Other things are
taught during monthly
meetings, as well as other
times, in addition to these
four, e.g., manners, inde-
pendence, camping skills,
etc., even when the boys
don't realize they are being
taught.
And it's a time for fam-
ilies to learn too, or re-
fresh skills learned in times
past. This is especially the
case when the Cub Scouts
go camping because when
the Cub Scouts go camping,
the whole family goes.
Boy Scouts camp on their
own with scout leaders but
families go with their Cub
Scouts and leaders. Jim
stated that one camping rule
that's followed is "If a heater
is needed on the trip, don't
go camping".
The boys participate in
a variety of other activi-
ties during the course of a
year, including a pinewood
derby race, the Cub mobile
race, overnight stay in the


Submitted photo
Youth Services committee chair Dell Corbin presented a $500 check to Scout
Master Jim Sapp. From the left is Kiwanis President Kim Wilson, Dell Corbin
and Jim Sapp.


Battleship USS Alabama
where the boys have the run
of the ship, including sleep-
ing in sailor bunks and eat-
ing in the ship's galley, trips
to Gulf World and IMAX
Theatre, swimming, BB gun
shooting, etc.
The major fund raiser for
the Cub Scouts is that they
sell popcorn, popped and
un-popped. If a boy sells
$600 of popcorn, all activity
expenses are automatically
paid for him. The cost to
join is $15 one time and ap-


proximately $50 for uniform
expenses.
The Kiwanis Club of Chi-
pley has been the official
sponsor of the local Cub
Scouts Troop 339 for the
past 12 years and donat-
ed $500 to help with their
expenses.
Also at Tuesday's
meeting, a series of inter-
views with long term Ki-
wanis members continued
when local attorney Gerald
Holley asked Washington
County School Board mem-


ber Wayne Saunders several
questions.
Saunders said he first
joined Kiwanis 32 years
ago in Cottondale before
he became director of the
Washington-Holmes Techni-
cal School for 23 years.
Wayne and his wife are
members of First Baptist
Church in Chipley and
have three children. As
usual, amusing 'true' stories
from the past were shared
and enjoyed by all in at-
tendance.


Interlocal agreement needed to continue Vernon project


MARY D. PARAMORE
Staff Writer
mparamore@chipleypaper.com
The Washington Board
of County Commissioners
awarded contracts to low
bidders Fred Fox, Inc. and
GPI Southeast Engineers
to extend sewer and water
services from the Vernon
sewer plant to the site of a
new development at its Aug.
16 meeting.
The only hitch is that
work,cannot begin until Ver-
non and Washington County
finalize an interlocal agree-
ment and the Florida Depart-
ment of Community Affairs
issues a letter to proceed.
The hold-up on the in-


terlocal agreement is who
will pay impact fees for the
project.
The Board expects the
City of Vernon to collect im-
pact fees from the businesses
and residents who locate at
the development on Moss
Hill Road. Vernon included
language in its agreement
draft that places responsi-
bility for impact fees on the
county.
County attorney Gerald
Holley said he expects Ver-
non to support an interlocal
agreement accepting respon-
sibility for collecting impact
fees.
A Community Develop-
ment Block Grant will fund


the infrastructure project for
economic development. Bud
Clark, a Tallahassee-based
Community Redevelopment
Agency consultant, said at
least 23 jobs will be created
once businesses committed
to the project are up and
running.
In other business, Com-
missioners reviewed a job
announcement for a Sunny
Hills Municipal Services
Benefits Unit director. The
Sunny Hills Advisory Board
will review the announce-
ment and finalize a job de-
scription at its meeting Au-
gust 21.
Commissioners also reap-
pointed County Administra-


tor Pete Herbert as its consor-
tium member for the Chipola
Regional Work Force Board.
Herbert said the consortium
meets every two years to
review and adopt the board's
work plan.
Karen Morris and Glen
Zanetic were reappointed
to the Code Enforcement
Board, serving one-year
and three-year terms re-
spectively. Commissioners
opted to vote on these ap-
pointments individually,
passing Morris's nomination
unanimously and passing
Zanetic's appointment by a
vote of 4-1, with Commis-
sioner Donnie Strickland
casting the dissenting vote.


Grant announced for improvements at White Double Lake


MARY D. PARAMORE
Staff Writer
mparamore@chipley.com
The White Double Boat
Ramp will get a much-
needed face-lift, thanks to
a $106,401 grant from the
Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission.
County Administrator Pete
Herbert announced receipt
of an award letter at the
Washington County Board
of County Commissioner's
Aug. 16 meeting.
In other grant-related ac-


tion, Herbert sought ap-
proval to apply for Small
County Technical Assistance
Program funds on behalf
of Linda Waller, county
planner. She said she could
use the funds, expected to
be $4,000 to $5,000, when
duplicating and binding the
upcoming Evaluation and
Appraisal Report. Commis-
sioners instructed Herbert to
apply for the funds.
Herbert also asked Com-
missioners to approve a shift
of funds from one of two ac-


counts used by the recycling
plant manager.
The director has been
ambitious about seeking
grant funds, Herbert said,
noting that the requested
shift would be from an ac-
count used to manage the
purchase and sale of alu-
minum cans to the account
holding the center's grant
funds. Herbert noted that the
county recently purchased a
recycling center truck using
grant monies and that the
grant account would not


Pecan trees to be protected, grant being sought


MARY D. PARAMORE
Staff Writer
mparamore@chipley.com
The Board of County
Commissioners made what
could be seen as two "green"
oriented decisions at its Au-
gust 16 meeting. First, Com-
missioners voted to alter
construction methods to save
10 pecan trees from likely
destruction. The trees are
on private property adjacent
to the now-in-construction
bike path along State Park
Road, so close that lime rock
planned for use in the trail's
sub-layer will alter the pH of
soil supporting the trees and
kill them.
This is according to Sue
Jefferson, who owns seven of
the pecan trees and brought
her copy of Tree Nuts, what
she called "the Bible of
pecan trees." Jefferson also


protested construction of
the bike trail, admitting she
was unaware of plans for its
construction.
Commissioners instruct-
ed county engineer Cliff
Knauer to use a lime rock al-
ternative when constructing
the sub-layer adjacent to two
parcels owned by Jefferson
and her sister, a little more
than 800 feet. Although the
switch will cost 20-30 per-
cent more, it will "prevent
any danger to the pecan
trees," Commissioner Jerry
Sapp said. The trees provide
supplemental retirement in-
come for Jefferson.
Second, Commission-
ers instructed Knauer to
seek Florida Forever grant
funding to pave a portion
of Rook Circle Road, in
Washington County. Dur-
ing heavy rains, the area's


natural basin routes water
across the clay-topped road,
down into a spring-fed pond
on the Be property.
Emilia Be presented pho-
tos showing the contamina-
tion and reminded Commis-
sioners of her two-year effort
to remedy what she called
"violations of state and fed-
eral drinking water acts."
She and other area residents
find sediments in their well
water, as well as in their
tubs, toilets and taps, fol-
lowing heavy rain, she said.
During her presentation, Be
reminded Commissioners
of the upcoming transfer of
the pond and surrounding
area to the county for a park,
and asked if they wanted
the pond to resemble the
photos after heavy rains .The
Forever Florida grant cycle
begins in September.


face a deficit if the truck
had come out of the second
account.
Commissioners approved
the shift of funds unani-
mously.
The Board also voted not
to spend about $18,000 in
surplus grant funding from
the Department of Trans-
portation, just for the sake
of spending it. The extra is
available because a contrac-
tor charged less for a project
than was anticipated.


MISSING PERSON


Britney Jenae Wright
02-28-1988
July 22, 2007, 11:30 p.m.
Country Road, Washington County


The Washington County Sheriffs Office values and recognizes the need for pub-
lic assistance in tracking missing persons. If you have information regarding
the whereabouts of the above missing person report it to the Washington
County Sberiff's Office at (850) 638-6111.

Checkpoints announced
Florida'Highway Patrol will conduct driver license and
vehicle inspection checkpoints during the month of August
on the roadways listed below in Holmes, Jackson and Wash-
ington counties.
Recognizing the danger presented to the public by defec-
tive vehicle equipment, troopers will concentrate their efforts
on vehicles being operated with defects such as bad brakes,
worn tires and defective lighting equipment.
State Roads No. 10, 71, 286, 73, 277, 81, 273, 77, 276,
2,79, and 69; and Snow Hill Road. County Roads No. 164,
69A, 177, 279, 179, 276, 185, 165, 169, 165A, 181, 280,
173, 167, 184, 162,271 and 177A.

New library hours in Chipley
New hours are in effect at Washington County Library in
Chipley. The library will be open Monday through Thursday
from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday hours will be 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
The facility will be closed Saturday and Sunday. Chipley
library will be closed Tuesday, Aug. 28 for staff training.

Golf tournament
Deadline for entering the Labor Day Golf Tournament at
Dogwood Lakes Golf Club in Bonifay is Aug. 31 at noon. It
will be held Sept. 3. Entry fee includes golf, cart, lunch and
prizes. The format will be a four-person scramble. Cash and
prizes will be given for first-, second- and third-places, and
closest to the pin for men and ladies. For more information,
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4, Washington County News, Saturday, August 18, 2007


ARREST REPORTS


Arrest report from
the Washington County
Sheriff's Department for
the week of August 8 - 13,
2007.
Kimberly Adkins: w/f,
10/15/68; Fountain; viola-
tion of probation on worth-
less checks, Manatee County
warrant; arrested 8/9.
Jimmy Allen: b/m,
1/7/81; Hollywood; dealing
in stolen property; arrested
8/8.
Ty Kim Allen: w/m,
6/30/75; Caryville; child
abuse; arrested 8/8.
Anthony Bird: w/m,
7/27/79; Ponce de Leon;
Walton County warrant for


possession of controlled
substance without prescrip-
tions; arrested 8/6.
Matthew Church: w/m,
2/19/81; Graceville; Walton
County warrant for pos-
session of marijuana and
possession of paraphernalia;
arrested 8/7.
Matthew Clark: b/m,
11/27/79; Jacksonville; Du-
val County warrant for bat-
tery; arrested 8/10.
Mandi Davidson: w/
f, 4/10/79; Chipley; Bay
County warrant for driving
while license suspended or
revoked; arrested 8/9.
John Evans: w/m,
5/2/72; Chipley; Hernando


County warrant for arson;
arrested 8/6.
Desiree Johnson: w/f,
10/31/79; Chipley; battery;
arrested 8/11.
Jeffrey Joslin: w/m,
10/20/83; Chipley; viola-
tion of probation on larceny,
fraud, burglary; arrested
8/6.
Anthony Kietzman: w/
m, 1/11/83; Caryville; vio-
lation of probation on pos-
session of weapon by felon;
arrested 8/8.
Michelle Merriel: b/f,
12/22/82; Chipley; worth-
less check; arrested 8/8.
Charles A. Miller: w/m,
6/24/77; Chipley; battery;


arrested 8/11.
Juan Moreles: h/m,
8/10/85; Edinburg, Texas;
operating motor vehicle
without drivers license; ar-
rested 8/10.
Jonathan Morgan: w/m,
7/4/61; Chipley; aggravated
assault on law enforcement
officer; arrested 8/11.
Thomas Nelson: w/m,
5/15/76; Ponce de Leon;
possession of cocaine, pos-
session of meth; arrested
8/13.
Michael Newman: b/m,
3/22/63; Bonifay; violation
of injunction, battery; ar-
rested 8/11.
Rochelle Pridgen: w/f,


10/2/ 72; Ft. Myers; grand
theft auto; arrested 8/13.
Jose Ramirez: h/m,
8/27/80; Chipley; driving
while license suspended or
revoked; arrested 8/10.
Aden Sanchez: h/m,
9/27/66; homeless; operat-
ing motor vehicle without
drivers license; arrested
8/12.
James Sanders: w/
m, 9/22/59; Chipley; Bay
County warrant for trespass-
ing; arrested 8/6.
Mark Schroeder: w/m,
12/12/52; Chipley; battery,
making false 911 calls, ag-
gravated assault on law
enforcement, resist officer


without violence; arrested
8/6.
Brandon Shay: w/m,
7/1/71; Clermont; Lake
County warrant for con-
tempt; arrested 8/6.
Mark Snow: w/m, 8/7/63;
Chipley; Houston County,
Ala. warrant for worthless
check; arrested 8/6.
Robert Vermillion: w/m,
6/15/87; Bonifay; violation
of community probation on
driving under the influence;
arrested 8/10.

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COURT REPORTS


This information is a
matter of public record and
was taken from the Wash-
ington County Courthouse
docket for August 7, 2007.
The following individuals
were scheduled to appear:

Arraignment:
*Deontra Ramon An-
drews: possession of mari-
juana, possession of cocaine,
possession of controlled
substance without prescrip-
tion; pretrial 10/16.
*Tiffany Michelle Ben-
nett: methamphetamine pos-
session, possession of mari-
juana, attached registration
license plate not assigned;
continued.
*Willie Milton Benton:
possession of cocaine with
intent to sell, mfg. deliver;
pretrial 8/28.
* Jonathan Brooks Blount:
evidentiary set for 9/11.
*Dennis D. Bollinger: no
action, no information an-
nounced; case closed.
*Billy John Burnham:
grand theft, trespassing
structure or conveyance;
pretrial 8/28.
*Leroy Tyron Cady:
armed burglary of structure
with person inside, bat-
tery touch or strike, kidnap/
false imprisonment of adult;
waived speedy trial; pretrial
set for 10/16.
*Beth Allison Carruth:
aggravated battery to cause
bodily harm or disability, ag-
gravated assault with deadly
weapon without intent to
kill; pretrial 10/16.
*Clyde Corbin: battery,
second or subsequent of-
fense; pretrial 8/28.
*Louis Ray Davis: utter-
ing false instrument (five
counts), forgery of/alter
public record certificate, etc.
(five counts); pretrial 8/28.
*Kimberly Ann Diaz: pled
nolo contendre; adjudicated
guilty; sentenced to three
years probation, 150 hours
community service, $1,363
fines and costs; drug offend-
er probation, transport cost,
restitution, order requiring
biological sample.
*Ralph Herman Foxx III:
grand theft, unarmed bur-
glary of occupied convey-
ance; pretrial 10/16.
*Guy Anthony Gangi:
flee/elude police, failure to
obey law enforcement -of-
ficer order to stop; pretrial
10/16.
*Mark Verner Garich:
continued.
*Dawson David Gil-
lespie: unarmed burglary of
unoccupied structure or con-
veyance; criminal mischief,
trespassing of structure or
conveyance, possession of
marijuana, give false infor-
mation/make false report, hit
and run/leaving the scene in-


volving damage to property;
pretrial set for 10/16.
*Sam Henry Griffin: de-
liver or distribute metham-
phetamine, contribute to
delinquency or dependency
of minor; aggravated abuse
on child; continued to 8/14.
-Dale Wendell Halstead:
battery/second or subsequent
offense; pretrial 10/16.
*Mathew Clayton Harris:
sale of marijuana; sale of
methamphetamine, sale of
cocaine within 1,000 feet
of worship center, business
or school, drug possession
with intent to sell, etc., sale
of marijuana; pretrial set for
10/16.
-Wendell Hayes: driving
while license suspended
or revoked; pretrial set for
10/16.
-James Morris Helms:
pled nolo contendre; adju-
dicated guilty; sentenced
to three years probation,
$1,363 costs and fines, res-
titution, transport cost, 150
hours community service,
order requiring biological
specimen.
*Alexander Jermaine
Jackson: selling cocaine
within 1,000 feet of worship
center, business or school;
pretrial 10/16.
-Rachel Nicole Johnson:
possession or use of drug
paraphernalia, possession
of marijuana, obstruction of
justice/threaten victim/wit-
ness; pretrial set for 10/16.
-Walter Johnson III: driv-
ing while license suspended
or revoked, possession of
marijuana, trafficking in
cocaine; arraignment set
for 8/14.
-Johnnie Faye Lamon:
driving while license sus-
pended or revoked; pretrial
10/16.
-Timothy Curtis McAd-
ams: felony battery resulting
in bodily harm or disability;
pretrial set for 10/16.
*James Eugene Miller Jr.:
lewd and lascivious battery
on victim 12-15 years of age;
kidnap; pretrial 10/16.
Robert Lee Peterson: pos-
session of cocaine with in-
tent to sell, mfg. or deliver;
continued to 8/14.
-Joshua Ray Pitts: hit and
run fail to stop and remain at
crash involving injury, driv-
ing while license suspended,
cancelled or revoked; con-
tinued to 9/4.
*Morris Redden Prevatt:
possession of methamphet-
amine, possession or use of
drug paraphernalia; pretrial
10/16.
-Joshua Lee Albert Py-
from: obtain controlled sub-
stance by fraud; pre-trial
10/16.
-Clinton Travis Roberts:
aggravated battery cause
bodily harm or disability;


pretrial 10/16.
*Benjamin Michael
Smith: unarmed burglary of
dwelling no assault or bat-
tery; pretrial 10/16.
-Christophe Kinte Staten:
selling cocaine; continued
to 9/4.
*Keenan Thomas Sturkie:
possession of marijuana,
possession of controlled
substance without prescrip-
tion (two counts); continued
to 9/4.
*Iloan Tamas: unarmed
burglary of dwelling no
assault or battery; pretrial
10/16.
-Paul Andrew Triolo:
possession of cocaine, pos-
session or use of parapher-
nalia, possession of mari-
juana over 20 grams; pretrial
10/16.
-Roy Turner: lewd and
lascivious battery on 12-15
year-old victim; continued.
-Christy Michelle Ward:
disorderly intoxication, bat-
tery on officer, firefighter,
EMT, etc., resist officer with
violence; sent notice of ap-
pearance for 10/16.
-Amber Marie Wilson;
kidnap minor/interfere with
custody; pretrial 10/16.
-Montana Jordan Wind-
sor: unarmed burglary of
unoccupied structure, grand
theft; pretrial 10/16.

Prem VOP Hearing:
*Donnell Bell Jr.: contin-
ued to 10/16.
*Willie Milton Benton:
continued to 8/28.
-Jerome Cochran: eviden-
tiary set for 9/11.
-Clyde Corbin: continued
to 8/28.
-Christoher Lynn Davis:
possession of methamphet-
amine, possession or use


of drug paraphernalia; con-
tinued.
*Christopher Lynn Glass:
violation of probation/com-
munity control plea; revoked
probation, civil judgment,
DNA sample, sentenced to
three years prison with one
month 12 days credit for
time served.
*Kenneth Lee Johnson:
violation of probation/com-
munity control; revoked
probation, civil judgment,
DNA sample, sentenced to
three years prison.
*Alterek M. Kennedy:
aggravated battery/person
uses deadly weapon; viola-
tion of probation/community
control plea; probation re-
voked, civil judgment, DNA
sample, sentenced six years
prison with one year, one
month and 17 days credit for
time served.
*Willie Mae Kirkland:

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station at SR 277 and Church
Street would add green space
to the site, making it possible
for landscaping or other
beautification.
Other changes include
demolishing the Masonic
Hall to reroute SR 277 and
changing access from Church
Street.
Property appraisals are
underway along SR 79 and
other areas affected by the
four-laning. Negotiations
should begin within the next
few months. FDOT should
begin closing on property
in August 2008, and con-
struction on the highway
and bridge in Vernon should
begin by August 2009.


evidentiary hearing set for
9/11.
*Edward Chadrick Lun-
sford: possession marijuana
over 20 grams; revoked pro-
bation, civil judgment, DNA
sample, sentenced to three
years prison, drivers license
revoked for two years, 11
months, 27 days credit for
time served.
*Christina Leslie Miller:
evidentiary set for 9/11.
*Robert Lee Peterson:
sale or delivery of con-
trolled substance; continued
to 8/14.
*Daniella Rodriquez: vi-
olation of probation hearings
(three cases); evidentiary
hearings set for 9/11.
*Billy Adam Smith; vio-
lation of probation; eviden-
tiary set for 9/11.
*Jack Ray Smith: viola-
tion of probation; eviden-
tiary set for 10/9.


*Kevin Eugene Wright:
capias for failure to appear
for violation of probation
hearing.

PreTrial:
*Dale Wendell Halstead:
battery; pretrial set for
10/16.

Plea:
*Alonzo P. Ramirez: ve-
hicular homicide; entered
plea admitted to violation
of probation; adjudicated
guilty; probation reinstated
for eight months, pay res-
titution and transport costs,
sentenced to county jail for
one month 17 days with
credit for time served.

Motion Hearing:
*Roger Eugene Williams:
carrying concealed weapon,
resist officer/obstruct with-
out violence; continued.


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5 YEARS AGO, 2002
Incoming Lieutenant
Governor Keith Forehard
presented Kiwanis service
pins to Todd Abbott, incom-
ing secretary of Chipley
Kiwanis, and President-elect
Dell Corbin.
Vernon City Council
members heard that the De-
partment of Transportation
had made plans to four-lane
State Route 79 through their
city.
Theo Baxter, Bill Wolfe
and Calvin Stevenson took a
refresher course in Asbestos
Awareness.
Northwest Florida Com-
munity Hospital held open
house for its new Health and
Wellness Center. "Health
care is something that should
not be out of reach for any
Floridian," USDA Rural De-
velopment director Charles
Clemmons Sr., told those
present.
10 YEARS AGO, 1997
Community partnership
grants of $30,000 were
awarded to Washington and
Holmes counties by the
Department of Juvenile Jus-
tice.
Marilyn Nations of Pana-
ma City and Donna Duty of
Vernon won trophies in the
big Possum Trot race.
Andre Belcher II was
honored for a good deed.
He was given a citizenship
award for returning a large
sum of money and personal
papers he found at an area
shopping complex.
,20 YEARS AGO, 1987
Brian Lee Pettis was
picked from 12 applicants
to receive the first Charlie


Barfield Scholarship given
by Wausau Community De-
velopment Club.
Members of Chipley Ki-
wanis Club held their annual
fund-raising program.
Airman Cheryl F. Bran-
ning graduated from basic
training at Lackland Air
Force Base, Texas.
30 YEARS AGO, 1977
Flo Prince and Roberta
Aaron opened FloBerta's
Quaint Shop in the Sunny
Hills Shopping Center. It
featured only homemade
items.
The News reported that
R.C. (Buddy) Mitchell Jr.
had apparently been elect-
ed mayor of Chipley in a
landslide vote in the city's
Democratic primary.
40 YEARS AGO, 1967
Ray Pigott was Chipley
Vocational Agriculture in-
structor. The students built
a barn and corrals on school
acreage for their Future
Farmers of America (FFA)
project. "This club plays a
vital part with these rural
boys because of the expe-
rience they get in leader-
ship through contests and
offices they hold," Pigott
explained.
"Dan's the Man" Farrior
was candidate for mayor of
Chipley. Also seeking the
post were the incumbent,
E.W. Carswell; Ed Wood,
and Robert L. McGuire.
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Roberts
III and son, Craig, of Kure
Beach, N.C., were visiting
their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
John Gibson and Mr. and
Mrs. Bert Roberts Jr.
50 YEARS AGO, 1957


Earl Tharp, who had
served on Chipley City
Council for 18 years, said
he definitely would not seek
re-election that year.
Mrs. Claudia Shreve re-
turned from a three-week
visit in California with her
son, Lt. Jack Shreve. En
route home, shevisited the
Grand Canyon and points of
interest in Texas.
During a regular meeting,
Chipley Kiwanians heard
J.L. Brakefield of Birming-
ham, Ala., describe a news-
paper editorial as the most
powerful influence among
all forms of communica-
tion in America. "Ordinar-
ily newspaper editorials are
trustworthy," he said.
70 YEARS AGO, 1937
A transaction made sever-
al weeks before was brought
to the attention of readers.
It involved the purchase of
Hayes Barber Shop by Cecil
Carswell, who had been as-
sociated with it for several
years. The former owner was
Oscar B. Hayes.
The new E.L. Alford
home on North Boulevard
Ave. was on the way to being
completed. It was a five-
room frame structure and
was expected to be among
the most beautiful homes in
that section of town.
90 YEARS AGO, 1917
Virginia Daniel planned
to open a Chipley studio in
voice culture.
B.B. Atkinson, who ran a
jitney line between Chipley
and Dothan, Ala., leased the
Carey Horne cottage and
.planned to move his family
there.


PET TALK


Training your pet doesn't
mean a quick trip to animal
commando school.
Simple commands such as
sit, stay, or come can make a
big difference in pets' lives.
If the pet wanders into the
street, you can call for it to
move to a safer place. When
company comes over, you
can say "sit" and keep it
from jumping on people.
The list goes on and on.
Training your pet may
seem like a lot of work, but
it is well worth it. Experts
say an educated pet, like
an educated child, leads a
happier and safer life, and
benefits both the animal and
its owner.
"It is best to start training
the pet as soon as you get
it," says Dr. Lore Haug, a
veterinarian and board cer-
tified veterinary behaviorist
at the College of Veterinary
Medicine & Biomedical
Sciences at Texas A&M
University. "While younger
and healthier pets will learn
faster, it is important to start
training the pet immediately,
no matter how old it is."
Timing is everything,
says Haug, but every animal
has different body rhythms.
The best time of the day to
train is when the pet is natu-
rally active.
Horses usually nap in
the afternoon, so training in
the morning when they are
energetic is the easiest. Cats
may respond best during
the morning and evening.
Dogs adapt more to human
schedules and are usually
active when their owners

Investigation
underway in
Jackson County
Friday, Aug. 10, Jackson
County Sheriff's Office an-
nounced that it received a
911 call at approximately
10:40 p.m. about a fight in
the parking lot at Kindel


are. For birds, it depends
on the species. There is not
a general time for all birds
because you have to consider
what part of the world the
bird is from and its natural
behavior.
If treats are used as re-
wards, just before dinner
time could be a prime oppor-
tunity. The pet is hungry and
motivated to learn in order to
receive food rewards.
Rewards should be given
every time the behavior is
performed until the pet is
very reliable, Haug believes.
After a while, treats can be
given less often, but they
should never be taken away
completely or the animal will
stop responding over time
- a mannerism comparable
to the likelihood that most
humans would stop going
to work if the boss stopped
giving them a paycheck.
"One of the biggest prob-
lems is that owners do not
reward the pet often enough
or long enough," says Haug.
"The pet will eventually stop
responding if treats or other
tangible awards are taken
away altogether."
Another mistake to avoid
is punishing the pet for not
performing the correct task.
For example, pet birds
sometimes repeat phrases
that are not desirable. Shak-
ing your finger or scolding it
is giving it attention, which
is highly rewarding to birds.
This will only encourage the
bird to repeat the behavior.
Instead of giving negative
attention, Haug says to try to
extinguish the behavior by

Lanes.
Prior to the deputies arriv-
al, information was reported
that a subject was armed and
shots had been fired.
Upon their arrival, depu-
ties discovered a large crowd
gathered in the parking lot.
Several persons were de-
tained and later given notices


pretending like nothing hap-
pened and ignoring the pet.
This will show the animal
that it needs to do the cor-
rect action to receive your
attention.
"Simple behaviors such
as sit, lay, and come, usu-
ally only take about five to
ten minutes for the basic
concept to be introduced to
the pet," says Haug. "For the
behavior to be remembered
and performed more reliably,
it needs to be practiced over
and over again."
Instead of working with
the pet for long periods of
time, Haug recommends try-
ing more frequent but shorter
segments.
The pet will pay more
attention and won't get dis-
tracted as easily.
Sending the pet away to
a professional for training
is not recommended, says
Haug. The owner needs to
be involved in the training
process for maximum suc-
cess. It isn't only the pet that
needs to learn,.but the owner
as well.
"The main thing is just to
educate the pet," says Haug.
"It doesn't matter what kind
of animal it is. Educating
the pet opens up more com-
munication between the pet
and the owner and makes for
a better relationship."
Pet Talk is a service of
the College of Veterinary
Medicine & Biomedical Sci-
ences, Texas A&M Univer-
sity. Stories can be viewed
on the World Wide Web at
http://www.tainu.edu/ta-
munewsl.

to appear in court for affray
and improper exhibition of
a fire arm. Numerous wit-
nesses were interviewed
with more expected to be.
The investigation is ongo-
ing. Jackson County Sher-
iff's Office asks that anyone
witnessing the events of that
night, please come forward.


Saturday, August 18, 2007 Washington County News, 5


COMMUNITY NEWS


Y ears of the Washington ount ews

Taken from the files of the Washington County News


Gulf Power notice
Gulf Power's office in
Chipley will be opening at
9:30 a.m. on Thursday, Au-
gust 30. This is later than
our normal time of 8:30. We
apologize for any inconve-
nience.

Senior trips
planned
Several trips are planned
for local senior citizens dur-
ing September, October,
November and December.
*September 24-29; for
five nights and six days,
historic Natchez Trace tour,
Nashville, Tenn. Included
in the tour will be the Shiloh
NMP, Bufford Pusser's mu-
seum and many more places
of interest.
*October 23-31; eight
nights, nine days, will in-
clude the Ohio Amish, Ni-
agara Falls, Maid of the Mist
and Pittsburgh, Penn. other
places of interest.
*November, 18-25; seven
nights, eight days, tour New
york City, Macy's Thanks-
giving Day parade, down-
town NYC accommodations,
Broadway plays, Statue of
Liberty, Ellis Island and
more.
*December 8-12; four
nights and five days to enjoy
Christmas in Pigeon Forge,
Tenn.
For reservations or more
information contact Kenny
Gordon at 850-482-4799.

AARP mature
driving class
Washington County
Council on Aging and AARP
are co-sponsoring a mature
driving class for individuals
50 years and older on Sep-
tember 12 and 13, beginning
at 8:30 a.m. and ending at
12:30 p.m. each day. Classes
will be held in the confer-.
ence room at Northwest
Florida Community Hospi-
tal ground floor conference
room in Chipley.
This eight-hour course
was developed especially for
the senior driver with years
of driving experience.
The National Safety
Council course reviews ba-
sic driving knowledge, new
traffic laws, and introduces
techniques to help offset the
effects of the aging process
on driver performance. It
is geared to drivers' safety
needs and helps compensate
for age-related changes.


This mature driving class
is approved by the DHSMV
for a three-year insurance
premium reduction.
There is no testing and
only a minimal course fee
of $10. To enroll, call Wash-
ington County Council of
Aging at 638-6216.

Ushers anniversary
The members of .Holy
Neck Baptist Church, Camp-
bellton, will observe their
annual "Usher's Anniver-
sary' on Sunday, August 19.
The morning message will
be brought by the Rev. Rich-
ard Peterson, pastor.
At 3 p.m. the anniversary
message will be brought by
the Rev. Price Wilson, pas-
tor of New Easter Bapist
Church and Jerusalem Bap-
tist Church.

Heritage Book
available
A shipment of 125 addi-
tional copies of the popular
Heritage of Washington
County book is expected to
arrive today, according to
Perry Wells. "This repre-
sents a third printing of the
fast-selling books," he said.
Books are available
by calling Wells at 850-
638-1016 or by mailing


Livestock Report
For the week ending August 16:
At the Florida Livestock Auctions, receipts totaled
$10,257 compared to 10,188 last week and $11,288 a year
ago. According to the Florida Federal-State Livestock Mar-
ket News Service, compared last week, slaughter cows and
bulls were steady to $1 lower; feeder steers and heifers were
unevenly steady.
Feeder Steers: Medium & Large Frame No. 1-2
200-300 lbs. $136.00 - 190.00
300-400 lbs. $120.00 - 164.00
400-500 lbs. $104.00 - 132.00
Feeder Heifers: Medium & Large Frame No. 1-2
200-300 lbs. $117.50 - 175.00
300-400 lbs. $105.00 - 129.00
400-500 lbs. $ 98.00 - 122.00
Slaughter Cows: Lean
750-1200 lbs. 85-90 percent $45.00 - 50.00
Slaughter Bulls: Yield Grade, No. 1-2
1,000-2,100 lbs. $59.00 - 68.00


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perry 1000 @ bellsouth.net.
Price of the book remains
the same, $64.20 for those
picked up in Chipley, and
$70 for those mailed. Wells
will mail your book to you.
Call or email him im-
mediately as he already has
orders for 42 of the limited
supply of books.

Hurricane kits
at Chamber
Hurricane season is be-
ginnir.L to peak as the tropics
start heating up. The Wash-
ington County Chamber
has hurricane preparedness
kits available for local busi-
nesses.
Businesses interested in
obtaining one of the kits,
should call the Chamber at
638-4157 or stop by Cham-
ber office at the old railroad
depot in Chipley.

Free smoke alarms
The Chipley Fire Depart-
ment is offering free smoke
alarms to local residents.
Applicants must stop by the
Chipley Fire Department at
1430 Jackson Avenue and
pick up a form to request
the smoke alarm. For more
information, call 638-6301
or fax 638-6300.


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* 6 * Washington County News * Saturday, August 18, 2007


4I638-0212


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week for the first 20 words, plus 25 cents per word for each word over 20. 5 4 -9
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For Sale deep freezer, General Insurance Processors, 1, - 1BR & 3BR houses in 2BR cabin 1BA, no pets.
CityWide Revival Wanted To Buy antiques, $50., and deluxe fiber- No Experience Required, - Chipley for rent. 1BR $400 month, 1st, and last
August 1 17. collectibles, gold, silver, glass truck topper for All Kitchen positions, ap- Extensive Training Pro- ' apartments for rent in Do- month. Deposit required
Jerusalem Missionary dinnerware collections, short bed F2-50 $400. ply in person at Blitch's vided, Part/Full Time Po- m than & Panama City. (850)3262412. 8 miles
Baptist Church, 648 Ben- paintings, call Al Schmidt 850-836-4305 Family Restaurant. Hwy. sitions Available, Please 547-2091: 260-9230 South Bonifay
ANNOUNCEMENTS nett Drive, Chipley. Ladie's 850-638-730479 and 1-10 Bonifay Call 1-866-859-6023 ESTATE FORREN
Prayer Meeting starting Go-Cart for sale. Single 79 and 1-10 Bonif ay.- Call 1-866-859-6023 RALESTATEFRRE I.
1100 - Legal Advertising August 14, 6:30pm. Then, seat, 5 HR Asking $300. Manager 6100 - Business/ For rent Lakefront home,
1110 - Classified Notices 15, 16, 17 from 7pm-7:30. - - 415-1896 Healthcare Commercial brick, 2 story, 2BR/2BA, 6170 I
1120 - Public Notices/ Men's Prayer Meeting Nonprofit organization is 6110 - Apartments large unfinished base-
Annopncements 7:30-8pm. Preaching start- 10 A M EM N 11h Immediate Opening a skillful en- 6120 - Beach Rentals l uecks, base-
1130- HadpyAds ing at 8pm. Evangelist Dr. 1 W LicensedoPh leng lookingf- 6130 - Condo/Townhousen ment, decks, large front 3 Mobile Homes for rent.
1130-Adoptions ine at m vneist Dr l - A 31 pyssir- eral manager with at least 6140 - House Rentals porch, $1150 per month Chipley area . 2BR/2BA.
1140- Happy Ads H y T L s from For Sale-Kitchen Aid 31 apy Assistant (PTA) start-5 years experience. Call 6150-Roommate Wanted with $1150 security de- $385-$400 a month plus
1160 - Lsonast Tampa, FL. Rev. Price Wil- dishwasher. Black front, 6 ted oing salary $47,840. BoayGu Rn posit. Available Sept. 1 deposit. No pets.
1170- Found son is the Host Pastor. As- cycle, whisper quiet. 5 yrs instruments of any kind in etitive salary and beneo (850)547-3530. 6170- Mobile Home/Lot Progressive Realty 850-547-4232.
sisted by Pastor & Mem- old. Excellent condition. tr to an tiques fits. Plasef resume to6180- Out-of-Town Rentals 638-8220 3BR/2BA doublewide mo-
. bers of Grant Tabernacle $75.00. 547-2412. any condition, antiques 850-415-1967 Other 6190 -Timeshare Rentals -bile home, carport, 2
b ers. and collectibles. P aying O their 6190 -T im share R entails b ile h om e, carp or
A.M.E. & Mt. Ararat First cash. Call Bill Covington 6200- Vacation Rentals House for rent $800 mo in porches. All electric, dish-
1100 Missionary Baptist. 557-0493 Healthcare Help Wanted-Assisteduse fr rent $800 m in rches All electricpodsh-
__ __ __ __ _Living Facility. Monday- Bonifay, CHARMING washer, washer & dryer,
NHC Friday, 2:30 p.m.-11:00 completely renovated in No pets. Credit report re-
AMENDED NOTICE OF Pidgeon Forge Trip- | 3220 HOMECARE p.m. Housekeeping/direct 2007, 2 bdrm, huge bath- quired. Available Sept 1.
APPLICATION FOR TAX Oct 18th -21st, 2007. Quality Care is Our care staff. Salery $8.00 an 6100 room, walk in closets, sepa-6384620 for more infor-
DEED Price includes: 3 Conti- B&B Furniture 1342 3320 Business hour Background screen- rate laundry room, central nation $650 month
mental Breakfast, 3 Din- North RR Avenue, Chip- Leola Brock Nurseries ing required. Call for more r rxecutive nt downto pawn electric helots of storage, rent 3R in quiet mobile
Notice is hereby given, ners, Dollywood Tick- ley. We pay cash for LLC Plants, trees and HOME HEALTH details. 850-535-4432. or r wood floors, lots of storage, rent. 3BR in quiet mobile
that BM Wright the ets, Accomodations & clean, quality furniture shrubs. Landscape de- SCHEDULERley. 638-1918 NO pets, NO smoking, allhome park, $550. 2BR,
holder of the following Bus Trip. Dollywood, 850-557-0211 or sign, landscape contract- SCHEDULER Other tenants must qualify, Appli- $425 547-4234
er fDixie Stampede, Black 850-415-6866. Ask for ing, irrigation systems. cation fee $50, first & last
certificate, has Bear Jamboree, Apple Pasco or Carolyn 1788 White Road, Bonifay, Our CHIPLEY Mystery Shoppers, get *' month's rent plus security For Rent 3BR/2BA dou-
filed said certificate for a Wood Farmhouse, & _ FL 32425 - (Washington HomeCare Program is paid to shop! Retail/dining . deposit of $800. Call blewide. in Bonifay Home
Tax Deed to be issued visit to Cherokee Reser- Furniture & Mattresses County) (850)638-1202; seeking a Home Health establishments need un- 6110 770-410-5862 # (850)535-1341; cell #
thereon. The certificate vation (last day). Call for Low, low, low overhead 326-1500 Scheduler to maintain derercover clients to judge 373-8938
sumeanc edyeariof more details & prices,g s low, low, low daily schedules for clini- quality customer service. 1BR $500, S/D $300
number and ye ription m-39details & prices, arantees cal staff, data entry, il Earn up to $150. a day. 2BR $600,S/D $400. Publisher's Mobile Homes for renting
of the property, and the niture, Chipley. (Since duties. Qualified Call (888)-523-1013. Located Chipley city limits. Notice Cottondale on Sapp Road,
a es in whchit was THE ARK OF THE COVE- 1973) 850638-4311 didate must have com- Teacher r, it ater, All real estate advising in 3BR/2BA and 2BR/2
assessed are as NANT has been found! puter experience as frigerator, city water, Au real estate advertising in available. Total electric,
follows : Every serious student of Matching.Love Seat, club well as general office Crtified ESE T h sewer, garbage. Sorry, no this newspaper is subject to (850)2
e sue)pets, no HUD. the Fair Housing Actwhich 258-4868; 209-8847,
the Bible should see this chair; Couch and Love experience. License needed immediately for (850)638-3306 makes it illegal to advertise www.charloscountryliK-
CERTIFICATE NO. 1166 video. For a free DVD seat; Pride leather lift � * * Practical Nurse (LPN) grades 6-12 at progres- "any preference, limitation or ing.com
YEAR OF ISSUANCE send a request to Servant,chair, used 3 months. preferred: Homecare sive youth program in discrimination based on
05 RO.Box 390, Vernon, FL Queen box springs and MPLYMENT experience preferred. Holmes County, Florida. For Rent. 2BR/1V2BA. Apt. hacedi, color, religion, sex, The Park at 2350
32462, or e-mail request mattress. 638-4266. 4100 - Help Wanted Interested candvailable An attractive benefit pack- Require applhandicap, ftion. No nationmilal statuorigin, or an inten- 3BR/BA $450
DESCRIPTION OF PROP-t 4130 - Employment a e age is offered along with pets. 638-1918 or tion, to make any such pref- 547-3746 or 956-2267
ERTY: servantinfo@yahoo.com. Information c , I compensation in-line with 638-4478. erence, limitation or dis-
Parcel # 01-0065-0012 You will not be asked to u &NP 1 trs 18 Fc81h, Adnise- o s
Lot12,Block65,ofSunny al, orend money. tor, or may apply in per- suesmay be submitted includes children under the
Lymail, or send money. 3230 4 O son at NHC HomeCare, uy fax or e-mail. Please call Graceland Manor Apart- age of 10 living with parents
Lot 12, Block 65, of Sunny - .- .41513 Hwy 90, Chipe Phil Frost at ments. Rental assistance or legal custodians, preg-
Hills Unit 1, aubdivisio Want proof that the Bible Garage Sale-Wed.-Sat., Avon Representatives FL 32428. EOE/DFWP 850-548-5524 for more in- on 1, 2, and 3 bedrooms. custody of children
according to the Plat H rica August 15-18 Many needed in Bonifay, Chip- gowns formation. Handicapped and under 18.
thereof, as recorded in isHistorically accurate? hes, dress gowns, (3), ley, Graceville, Wausau, Chnon-handicapped accessi-
Plat Book 2, Pages 9 For a Creevideo o the MRed shoes, dresser with mirror, Vernon, Caryville, Ponce Healthcare Trades ble apartments. 850 This newspaper will not
through 27, of the Public Sea Crossing site, Mt chester drawer, make-up. de Leon. Ask about -263-4464, TDD/TTFY 711. knowingly accept any adver-
Records of Washington Sin, the rock that Moses 938 Joshua Dr., out Brick- mini-kit. 850-547-1640. Community Health Want An Opportunity 5445 Brown Street, rising for real estate which isFOR SALE
Countysplit in the wilderness, and yard Rd., past Sheriff sub- DwayneAtkins ISR Worker needed to run with a growing company? Graceville, FL. Equal in vadiols are tion of the law. by informed
more, send a request tostation, turn left on Haley Holmes County Diabetes Want to work hard and be housing authority that all dwellings advertised 7100 - Homes
NAME IN WHICH A Servant, RO.Box 390, Ver- Dr. Drivers Support Group. This is rewarded for it? Reed in this newspaper are availa- 7110 - Beach Home/
NAME IN WHICH Ann Shawak - non, FL. 32462, or e-mail NOT a full time position. Concrete and Construc- ble on a equal opportunity Property
servantinfo@yahk request to: Driver Needed for tour Will require anywhere from tion, Inc., in Bonifay would basis. To complain of dis-7120 - Commercial
servantinfo@yahoo.com. Yard Sale- Friday, Satur- bus. Business located in 6-12 hours a month. If in- like to talk with you. crimination call HUD tollfree 7130 - Condo/rownhouse
Said property being in the You will not be asked to day, August 10th & 11th. Washington County. Ex- terested, please call Traci 850-547-5767 6140 toll-free number006699777 the ar 7140 - Lorms & Ran Acrages
county of Washington, buy anything, receive junk Friday, Saturday, August perience only, 2 years or Corbin, RN call for specif- tol-free numpaired is 7150 - Mots and Abile Hocres/Lots
State of Florida. Unless mail, or send money 17th & 18th. 4335 Wilder- more. PT, could work into ics at the Holmes County Trades 1-800-927i9275. 7170 - WaleHomes/Lots
such certificated shall ness Rd., Vernon. FT. Contact 773-3900. Health Department. 3 bedroom brick home 1-800-927-9275. 710 - WaInvestmerfront
be redeemed according to 535-2264. Front Desk Night (547-8400 x249) Shingle and Metal Roof on Bonnet Pond710 - Propertyn
thelaw th prpery dFront Desk & Night _ers Good payl If you want Large living room, denJ 7100- Out-of-Town
e slr. p170rd Sale, Bonifay, Expenc th Healthcare to work, give us a call new carpet & paint. 7 Real Estate
ertat Sat - c t p e(850)638-8428 638-1462 OPOrTONTY 7200 - Timeshare
the highest bidder at urday, August 18th. 2 m- son Comfort Inn & Suites,- .e. Ope
the courthouse door on Found Two Basset les north on Hwy. 173, Chipley.Positions Op e xperi-n:
September 24, 2007 at Hounds. Call turn by Express Lane in _________Dental Assistant, experi-
10:00 AM. 850 628-2081 Bonifay. 8a.m.-4p.m. General ence preferred
Dated this 14 day of Yard Sale-T.J.Roulac Sunny Hills Golf & Coun- (Monday-Thursday
Dated this 14 day of School on Church St. try Club has the following 7:45am-5:15pm) Send re-
August , 2007 Room 13. Every Fri & Sat positions available: sume to: Dr. Swindle 119 ...
Equipment Operator Main St., Bonifay, FL
LINDA HAYES COOK 7 am-until. Concession Person 32425. PH#850-547-4225.
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT j.:. Starter/Cart Attendant Fax to 850-547-9849" --"-
COURT WASHINGTON L J Snack Bar Help & Cook or email ..
COUNTY, FLORIDA M11 * - . Apply 3634 Country Club JWS0248@EARTHLINK.N
at I M3250 Blvd., Sunny Hills. ET "A. I - '


BY: J C Rogers, Deputy
Clerk
WARNING:
THERE ARE UNPAID
-TAXES ON PROPERTY
WHICH YOU OWN IN
WHICH YOU HAVE LE-
GAL INTEREST. THE
PROPERTY WILL BE
SOLD AT PUBLIC AUC-
TION ON
September 24, 2007 UN-
LESS THE BACK TAXES
ARE PAID. TO MAKE AR-
RANGEMENTS FOR PAY-
MENT OR TO RECEIVE
FURTHER INFORMA-
TION, CONTACT THE
CLERK OF COURT IMME-
DIATELY AT P.O. BOX
647 OR 1293 JACKSON
AVE., SUITE 101, CHIP-


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dog. 11/2 years old
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TELEPHONE (850) 2110 tor, 2003, 471-65 horse,
638-6008 EXT 232. all 2 row equipment.
Black female lab, healthy $16,000. Call Mr. Ander
AMOUNT TO REDEEM 1 yr old. All exams and Brown at 547-4137
FOR August $ 1,139.40 shots. Free to good home.
IN U.S. CURRENCY 638-9900
ONLY.
AMOUNT TO REDEEM w 3300
FOR September -30
$1,166.13 IN U.S. CUR- 2130 "DON'T END UP WITH A
RENCY ONLY. BUBBLE BOX"
No Personal Checks Grain fed male & female New world class, 5 star
Accepted. pigs. 4 months old, 90 - rated, fully featured hot
Cashier's Checks, Money 125 Ibs. (850)773-3892; tubs, 24/7 tech supported,
Orders, and Western Un- 258-6481 warranted tubs at 45-60%
ion are the only other off retail prices. Tubs in
As published in the Wash- (850) 497-3897
ington County News Au-
gust 18, August 25, Sep- 3 years old Kenmore
tember 1, & September 8, washer & dryer, $500. set,
2007 push lawn mower $100.,
_____12 foot aluminum john
boat w/trailer & 6 hp
MERCHANDISE Evinrude motor $700.
MERCHANDISE OBO. 2 weed eaters $50.
11 10 3100 - Antiques each 326-0555
3110 - Appliances
3120 - Arts & Crafts
COLOR SELLS! 3130- Auctions Carnley Auto Salvage, we
Get Your Classified 3140 - Baby Items buy junk cars. Call Bill or
Ad in 3150 - Building Supplies Rick at 850-547-2603 or
COLOR!. 3160 - Business 850-373-8102
Equipment
Call now for details 3170 - CollectiblSes
and be noticed 3180 - Computers For Sale -2 cemetery lots
638-0212 3190 - Electronics in Bonifay. Paid $300
or 3200 - Firewood each, will sell for $200
547-9414 3210 - Free Pass it On each. 2 New Queen Mat-
3220 - Furniture tresses in plastic, paid
3230- Garage/Yard Sales $200 each, sell for $50
3240 - Guns
3250 - Good Things to Eat each. 638-3500.
3260 - Health & Fitness
1120 3270 - Jewelry/Clothing Call To Place An Ad
3280 - Machinery/
Casino Trip-Beau Rivage. Equipment In Classitieds.
Saturday, August 25, 3290 - Medical Equipment Washington County
3300 - Miscellaneous News
2007. $25.00 per person. 3310 - MusicalInstuments
Receive $25.00 Freeplay. 3320 - Plants & Shrubs/ (850) 638-0212
Call to Reserve your seat. supplies Holmes County
638-4443. Bus pickups; 3330 - Restaurant/Hotel HolmesCounty
Chipley, Bonifay, Sunny 3340 - Sporting Goods Times-Advertiser
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7.1 Acres for sale, Sunny
REDUCED $3000 to Hills area, 1000FT off Hwy 16x80 3BR/2BA wi
$191,900. 77. $59,500.00. 10Down, carpet, paint, appli
426 2nd Street Chipley. Sunny Hills Home for sale by owner. Owner financing, 7% inter- Call Brad for
2BR/2BA, completely re- Perfect beginner home, in Chipley's Martin's est. 850-258-5854. 850-763-7780
modeled, new electric, 2BR/1.5BA, shed, Woods. Gorgeous 1 year
AC, plumbing, cabinets, kitchen, living rm., Fl. old 3BR/2BA with custom Beautiful 83 ac cattle
flooring. 1200 sq ft 3 ac- rm., completely fur- cabinets, crown molding, farm in Jackson Co.
res, $159,900 OBO. nished rms. Dining rm, tile floors, granite counter Rolling hills and terraced
(314)346-3303 owner pos- front & back porch, low tops in kitchen, fantastic pasture land, covered by
sible financing care lot 80x125. Re- master bath with his & her majestic Oaks, Magnolia ' '
duced to $120,000. closets, and many more and Pecan trees. Zoned
Carport. extras. Approximately 1/3 AG2, this property can be
- ---------- acre on cul-de-sac. Call subdived into 1 ac home-
850-867-3986 or sites. Quarter mile front- a *
Boat Lake Frontage 638-2388. age on Holmes Creek, AUTOMOTIVE, MA
2BR/2BA, split plan, fur- $519,900 (sub-divide as RECREATONA1
nished with real wood follows) 40 ac parcel A8100-Antique & Coll
House for sale by owner, furniture, full dining rm $249,900 (with house 8110 - Cars
5 acres, fenced, 3 bed- and cement porch with $ barns) 43 ac parcel B (on 8120 - Sports Utility
rooms, 2 full bathrooms, view of Boat Lake. Pie creek) $279,900. Call 8130- Trucks
large sunroom, totally shaped lot 70x300. Re-638-1336 8140 - Vans
electric, appliances, plus duced to $135,000. -7150 638-1336 8150 - Commercial
dishwasher, 20x40x10 Please call GENE at 818 - Motorcycles
in-ground swimming pool. 773-3333 1.5 acres in Pine Bluff MP Enterprises Land 8170 - Auto Parts
40x60 barn, 12x24 shop. Bluewater Property LLC Estate, across from Falling Sale and Finance. 5 acres 8210 - Boaessorie
Call today at Panama City Beach, FL Water State Park. Cleared or more for houses only, 8220 - Personal Wat
850-638-4861 32405 & ready to build on. wooded & pasture. 3 mi- 8230 - Sailboats
Asking $69,500 obo. les South of Chipley. 8240 - Boat & Marin
(850)453-0814 Highway 77, Gainer Rd., Supplies
Houston Rd., Beadie Rd., 8310- Aircraft/Aviat
Duncan Community Rd., 8320 - ATV/Off Road \
NO iP N IN , AN N g I ILL Buddy Rd., (4) five acres 8330 - Campers & T
(8) ten acres (5) eight ac 8340 - Motorhomes
NOW N I N Lcash. Low down payment,

low monthly payments.
Call Milton Peel for infor- 8110
mation 850-638-1858
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(850) 7730095 or 773008 CH/A. New home that
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1991 Cadillac Sedan 1998 Mid-size Chevy
Deville with 121,000 miles. Blazer, tan, everything 2002 Yamaha V-Star DT75 with power trim.
Clean as a pin, like new. automatic, leather interior, Classic. 650cc, Wind- Runs good. $1000.
Must see, everything runs smooth. $3800.00 shield, Cobra Pipes, 5,200 535-4294.
works. $3800. 638-0703; OBO 850-548-1281 or miles. Runs great. $3,800. _ _ _
596-2642 334-701-0162 (850)638-1535
1992 4-Door Mazda 626. 2006 Jeep Liberty in
green, $900.OBO. Greenhead, excellent con-
(850)547-1090. If no edition, dark green. 8320
answer, leave message $17,000 neg.
(850)832-9189 2006 Honda 350 ATV, 4
1993 Cadillac Seville For Sale-1997 Nissan 210 wheel drive, performance
STS. Northstar engine. Pathfinder SE 4x4. 179K package, $4700.
850-419-3034. highway miles. Profes- For sale 10 foot fiberglass
sionally maintained. New ohn boat, 2 seats with
1994 Pontiac Bonneville, Michelin Tires. Nice option trolling motor, 40 lbs Call To Place An Ad
v-8, 4 door, no air $1,000. package. $5500. thrush power, battery, In Classifieds.
850-527-3741 850-638-4228. some accessories $300. Washington County
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Z-28 , unusual in color. It cleaning machine, 14 gal- ews
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changes colors from 1 8130 wands, 1 hand held for Holmes County
hunter green, purpleand 1998 Ford Explorer XLT steps, chairs, and drapes Times-Advertiser
blue. $4000.00. 1 28 117,600 miles. Good $200.547-2943
8 5 0 - 5 4 8 - 1 2 8 condition. 263-6600 (850) 547-9414

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Roadster, 122,745k, 2 air, runs great $4500.
tops, 4.5 liter V8, 3-speed 850-547-2401
automatic, new
u p h o I s t e r y , 2003 Honda Accord LX, 4
A/T,P/S,P/B,P/W,A/C. Ex- cyl,. sedan 4/door, Carpentry pressure
cellent condition. $9500. 125,000 miles, excellent C&C Bookkeeping and washing, lawn care, great For Rent first in Chipey,
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or cell 768-0375, $9,800 a week. 8am to 5pm. Call Mini Warehouses. If you
(850)638-1483 don't have the room, "We
1984 El Camino, 38,000 2005 Silver Chevy Malibu J&J Cabinet Shop. For all Do" Lamar Townsend
original miles, loaded. SL, loaded. Professionally your kitchen cabinets and (850)638-4539, north of
$8000. 850-547-2401 remanufactured. 4 door. house repair needs. Call Townsends.
41,000 miles. $10,000. O I James S. Howell (850)
850-260-5865. 535-2839; 260-1619
1987 Chevy Camaro Z28 For Sale-2003 Nissan
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carpet, V8, 305, new red electric, loaded. Excellent Tops Mobile Unit I do the All sizes for rent. We fur-
aint job, runs great condition. Asking $16,000. work at your home or nish the lock.
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NORRIS LAKEFRONT, LAFOLLETTE, TEN- 638-7351 (850415-0385. Established
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