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IN THE NEWS


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Ingram honored
In recognition of his 31
years of service to the
Kiwanis Club of Chipley as
treasurer, Marvin Engram
received two numbered
medallions. The Kiwanis
installed their officers
last week.
See Page 3 for more on
the installation.

Early Learning
meeting
Early Learning of
Northwest Florida will
hold a board meeting
and retreat beginning 11
a.m. Wednesday, Oct. 3, at
Workforce Center One Stop
in Marianna.
Tentative agenda is
financial report, committee
memberships, executive
director report and data
reporting.
For additional
information, call 850-
747-5400, ext. 102.


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Photo Galleries under News.
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Kimberly Butler and Olivia Brock were among the children who got help from the Chipley
Garden Club to prepare their plants for the annual Youth Fair. More coverage page 5.



EMS back under County umbrella


MARY D. PARAMORE
Staff Writer
mparamore@chipleypaper.com
Washington County's emer-
gency medical services will move
back under the control of the
County, after a unanimous vote
by the Washington County Board
of Commissioners at their meeting
Thursday, Sept. 27.
EMS Director Randall Truett
told Commissioners, "I feel ac-
countable to the hospital and to the
county. It's like serving two gods
and it isn't working."
Under the county's contract
with Northwest Florida Commu-
nity Hospital, the hospital bills for
EMS services as well as orders its
supplies.


County, employees will now
complete those tasks.
The hospital recently asked for
and received about $22,804.50 to
cover administrative costs they
said were in excess of the 10 per-
cent collections surcharge the)
assess for handling EMS.
Truett said collections staff
found 300 billable runs at an
average coverage of $400 each,
which at an expected 60 percent
collection rate should generate
about $70,000, according to cal-
culations.
There were other concerns
voiced about the arrangement.
Because EMS services are not
considered part of the hospital for
billing purposes, and yet the hos-


pital issues the bills, and insurance
companies often send payments to
patients, not to the County.
"This will help improve collec-
tions," Commissioner Joel Pate
said. He and County Administra-
tor Pete Herbert recently met with
Hospital CEO Pat Schlenker about
the move.
Given the ongoing budget cri-
sis, Assistant County Clerk Diane
Carter pointed out to Commission-
ers and the public that the County
did not "find" $50,000 in funds
from which to pay the hospital the
$22,804.50.
The funds were excess loan
funds that had been set aside, and
from which the new EMS truck
had already been purchased.


Industrial park discussed at BOCC meeting


MARY D. PARAMORE
Staff Writer
mparamore@chipleypaper.com
Without "Project Pipe" in Wash-
ington County's Industrial Park,
the area won't get a rail spur, and a
rail spur will draw industry besides
Project Pipe to Washington County.
That information was provided by
Chamber of Commerce Executive
Director Ted Everett.
A rail spur is "very difficult"
to obtain, according to Everett.
"There are only four industrial
parks between Tallahassee and


Pensacola that can be served by a
rail spur, and CSX has to have an
end-user for us to get one."
Washington County's Indus-
trial Park is within Chipley's city
limits and the County agreed to
sell almost 100 acres of that land
to the city for a wastewater treat-
ment spray field. The city paid for
the land, but the deal has not yet
closed, Everett said.
The industrial park has about
210 acres, 100 of which have
been earmarked for city use. The
county has about 70-90 acres left


for industrial development.
"Project Pipe" has issued maps
showing it intends to build on some
of the remaining acreage, but a lot
of their buildings would be in wet-
lands according to the map.
A biologist will use hand-held
GPS to map the wetlands next
week.
"This plan right here will not
fly," according to County Engineer
Cliff Knauer. "The 40 acres of
mitigation lands you have won't be

See FIELDS, page 4


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Chipley Council

passes budget,

millage for

coming year

CRA contract renewed

JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afelsberg@chipleypaper.com
Chipley City Council unani-
mously passed the Fiscal Year
2007-08 budget Thursday night.
The action was taken at a special
meeting following a public hearing
on the budget and millage.
The $11.3 million budget would
be funded by a 5.2437 millage rate.
This is the rollback rate.
Council also passed the final
budget amendment to the FY
2006-07 budget. This amendment
includes all the budget amendments
made during then last fiscal year.
That budget finished up at $12.66
million.

CRA contract renewed
Council also approved by a 4-1
vote, with Councilman Tommy
McDonald, Jr. opposing, renewing
the contract with the Chamber of
Commerce to manage the Com-
munity Redevelopment Agency
(CRA).
McDonald raised several is-
sues about the CRA with Chamber
Executive Director Ted Everett.
McDonald questioned the need for
a proposed $200 a month increase
in administrative fees. Everett said
the increase would be to give the
employee responsible for CRA
work a $50 a month raise and to
pay for increasing administrative
costs.
Mayor Linda Cain said the
Chamber did a "superb job with
the CRA," but also questioned the
$50 raise when City employees
only received a small raise due to
budget considerations.
McDonald also questioned why
the City does not administer the
CRA rather than contract its admin-
istration to the Chamber. He also
questioned the CRA's accountabil-
ity, noting that state statute requires
keeping track of CRA activity. Mc-
Donald even questioned whether
CRA funds were used to buy lunch
for CRA board meetings.
Everett dropped the proposed
increase and made a proposal to
charge the same fee of $1,750 a
month as last year. Everett also
agreed that a log would be kept to
show how many hours Chamber
employees worked on CRA-related
issues.
Councilwoman Karen Rustin
said the City would have to hire
another person with a reduced
budget just to do CRA work if the
contract was ended, and said that
City Clerk Patrice Yates was "pretty
much overrun" with work.
"Yes," Yates said in agreement.
Yates and Everett both said they
just found out about the bookkeep-
ing requirements. Yates also said
that City Administrator Jim Morris
has signed off on everything turned
in by the CRA. She said all receipts
and records were turned in to the
City and Morris signed all checks.
Everett also said he brought
receipts showing that the Chamber
paid for lunch. He said lunchtime
was usually the only time members
See BUDGET, page 4


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Busch Series Pole Qualifying - SPEED @ 10 a.m.
NASCAR Busch Series Countdown - ESPN2 @ 2 p.m.
Yellow Transportation 300 - ESPN2 @ 2:30 p.m.
NEXTEL Cup Final Practice - ESPN2 @ 5:30 p.m.
Sept. 30
NASCAR Raceday - SPEED @ 11 a.m.
NEXTEL Cup Countdown - ABC @ noon
NEXTEL Cup Kansas 400 - ABC @ 1 p.m.
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Oct. 5
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Talladega, Ala. Charlotte, N.C. Talladega, Ala. Talladega, Ala.
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500 300 350 250

Earnhardt controls Silly Season


The pieces of Silly Season
started falling in place as soon
as Dale Earnhardt, Jr.
announced he would drive the
No. 88 at Hendrick
Motorsports.
Budweiser announced it
would be a part of the new
Gillette-Evernham team by
sponsoring Kasey Kahne.
While David Stremme is


Ambrose has a
Marcos Ambrosefs decision
to pass up an opportunity to
make his NASCAR Nextel Cup
debut at Dover was justified
when his wife Sonja gave birth
to their second child at 3pm in
Charlotte, North Carolina on
Sunday.
Ambrose finished 20th in
the NASCAR Busch Series race
on Saturday in his #59
Kingsford Charcoal Ford
Fusion and then flew directly
back to Charlotte to be with his
wife.
Ambrose had been offered
the chance to make his Nextel
Cup debut in a second Robby
Gordon Motorsport entry, but


RidiNq The


BubblE
Driver Ken Schrader
Owner: Glen Wood
Points: 2022
Points out of 34th: 33
Points ahead of 36th: 79
Place Owner
33 Joe Custer
34 Kyle Petty
.35 Glen Wood
36 Bill Davis
37 James Rocco
38 Duetrich Mateschitz


looking for a new ride his
soon to be ex-boss, Chip
Ganassi, is looking to get
Dario Franchitti ready for the
Oct. 5 ARCA/RE-Max race at
Talladega Super Speedway.
Now the big decision
could be who will David
Reutimann will drive for after
being offered a deal from
Michael Waltrip racing.


new daughter
kindly declined the opportunity
because he knew it would be
cutting it finely with the
impending birth.
Sonja went into labor at
8am this morning and was driv-
en to hospital where Adelaide
Elizabeth Ambrose arrived at
3.04pm weighting 71bs' 11
ounces.
Adelaide is a sister for two-
year-old Tabitha.
!As they say, timing is
everything, said Ambrose.
!We knew it was always going
to be close and as it turned out
we would have been right in the
middle of the Nextel Cup race
when little Adelaide arrived.


Ken Schrader
Driver
Johnny Sauter
Kyle Petty
Ken Schrader
Dave Blaney
Scott Riggs
Brian Vickers


Points
2191
2108
2
2002
1871
1860


Former NEXTEL Cup Champion Kurt Busch is more intent than ever not to let his team slide after the hard push they made to earn one
of the top 12 spots in points to qualify for this year's Chase for the NEXTEL Cup.



Kurt has been here before


By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazette.com
Kurt Busch holds a very
unique distinction by winning
the first Chase for the NEX-
TEL Cup in 2004.
Ironically this is probably
one of the most competitive
fields in recent history with
five past champions, but Busch
knows the list of hopefuls
doesn't just stop there.
lit is an incredible group
of guys this year that have
made the ChaseT said Busch.
IFive past champions are in
and the way that everybody is
running with race wins, even a
goy that doesn't have a win
that's in the Chase, Clint
Bowyer, is fast and has a
chance.
iSo this is definitely the
best group of drivers that I
have seen in all of the
Chases.i
Being a former winner of
the NEXTEL Cup in the cur-
rent format done not seem to
give Busch the edge some


Track

Facts


OLifeLock




2006 Pole Winner
Kasey Kahne - 178.377 mph
2006 Race Winner
Tony Stewart - 121.753 mph
Track Qualifying Record
Kasey Kahne - 178.377 mph
(2006)
Track Race Record
Mark Martin - 137.774 mph
(2005)


might consider.
INo, I think since the
inception of the Chase each
year, you learn a little more
that you are in it and you get to
see how the last years cham-
pion did it the year before,
said Busch. INow that therefs
been three runs at it, the
approach for me is about the
same, and that's to be consis-
tent and to get off to a good
start and hopefully the points
will fall in your favor at the
end of the day.I
At New Hampshire that
was not the case as a carbure-
tor issue relegated him to a
25th place finish, while a tire
issue sent him into the wall at
the Monster Mile in Dover
before he finished a disap-
pointing 29th.
So now the 2004 NEX-
TEL Cup Champion finds him-
self going from the hot driver
to falling like a rock to 11th
place and 151 points behind
current leader Jeff Gordon.
But the 29th place finish


was much better than the 42nd
place finish he posted back in
June.
lAfter the June race at
Dover we scratched our heads
a little bit and said, who, were
17th in points now and this
isnit where we want to be3
said Busch. lAnd if we want to
make a run at this champi-
onship for our great sponsors
wefve had to get our act
together.
lit feels great that we were
able to put together a consis-
tent run and to have Pat Tryson
come aboard has just been
phenomenal.
Busch has had the cars to
contend following qualifying,
but lady luck has found a new
favorite on race day.
The key is to turn things
around just like Jimmie
Johnson did last season with
an unprecedented push last to
claim his first NEXTEL Cup
Championship.
iWe can hit you each and
every week with being consis-


Backstretch: 2,207 feet / 5�


Frontstretch: 2,685 feet /10.4�


tent,i said Busch. iWe just
have to turn a 7th place car
into a race winning car at a
couple of events and we will
have a legitimate shot.J
One key for Busch is the
fact that five of the ten Chase
events will feature the Car of
Tomorrow.
The biggest thing will
depend on the COT programs
of each prospective team in the
Chase.
II think that you have to
have a good Car of Tomorrow
program if you want to win
this championship, said
Busch. iAnd the feather in the
cap that goes along with it is
any time you win with a COT,
itis good to carry in to next
year.
iWe have had some good
success this year on some of
the bigger racetracks, such as
Pocono and Michigan; but the
tough cookies on that one is
we donit get to race that car on
that setup when we go back
there next year.i


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After Dodge Dealers 400
After Dodge Dealers 400


Driver
1. Jeff Gordon
1. Tony Stewart
3. Carl Edwards
4. Jimmie Johnson
5. Kyle Busch
6. . Clint Bowyer
7. Martin Truex Jr.
8. Jeff Burton
9. Kevin Harvick
10. Matt Kenseth


After RoadLoans.com 200


Behind Driver
Leader 1. Carl Edwards
-2 2. David Reutimann
-3 3. Kevin Harvick
-4 4. Jason Leffler
-10 5. David Ragan
-18 6. Bobby Hamilton, Jr.
-46 7. Greg Biffle
-75 8. Marcos Ambrose
-115 9. Stephen Leicht
-116 10. Mike Wallace


Behind
Leader
-754
-888
-908
-1,065
-1,107
-1,234
-1,255
-1,322
-1,352


After Smithis Las Vegas 350


Driver
Mike Skinner
Ron Homaday
Travis Kvapil
Todd Bodine
Johnny Benson
Rick Crawford
Ted Musgrave
Eric Damell
Matt Crafton
Jack Sprague


Behind
Leader
-3
-181
-314
-389
-445
-678
-713
-762
-812


After ARCA 200
Driver
1. Frank Kimmel
2. Michael McDowell
3. Dexter Bean
4. Justin Allgaier
5. Phillip McGilton
6. Justin Marks
7. Patrick Sheltra
8. Justin South
9. Bryan Silas
10. Josh Krug


Behind
Leader
-250
-390
-705
-710
-835
-945
-995
-1,225
-1,300


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Saturday, September 29, 2007 Washington County News, 3


KIWANIS INSTALL NEW OFFICERS


Submitted photo
Assisting with the Kiwanis ceremonies were Keith
Forehand of Panama City, Vice President of the
Florida Kiwanis Foundation (left) and Richard Fore-
man of Panama City, Lt. Gov. of the local Division
2, Florida District (right).


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.. SuLrrit-: pruotL Submitted photo
Kiwanis Lt. Gov. Richard Foreman recognizes out- Kiwahis Lt. Governor Richard Foreman and newly
going President Kim Wilson (right). installed Secretary Laura Joiner (right).


The Chipley Kiwanis
Club's Installation of Offi-
cers annual meeting was held
Tuesday night at the Chuck
Wagon House restaurant
The meeting was to rec-
ognize outgoing officers
arid board members and to
install officers and board
members for the new fiscal
year beginning October 1.
Assisting with the cere--
monies were Keith Forehand
of Panama City, vice presi-
dent of the Florida Kiwanis
Foundation and Richard
Foreman of Panama City, Lt.
Gov. of the local Division 2,
Florida District.
Outgoing President Kim
Wilson opened the ceremo-
nies with remarks to review
and highlight accomplish-
ments of the past Kiwanis
year and to recognize those
members who can boast per-
fect attendance during the
past year.
Framed certificates were
presented to those mem-
bers, ranging from one
year perfect attendance to
a recent new member, sev-
eral with perfect attendance
ranging from two to 30 years
and one certificate show-
ing 42 years of perfect atten-
dance that was presented to
a long-term member, Bruce
Christmas.
Wilson also presented
gifts to several committee
chairs in recognition of their
service during the past year
and to outgoing officers, in-
cluding Marvin Engram and
Keith Forehand who is retir-
ing as treasurer at the age of
96 after having served in that
capacity for 31 years.
Lt. Governor Foreman
recognized and thanked
,outgoing President Kim
Wilson and installed the in-


coming Board of Directors,
including Tommy Smith,
Frank Cumbaa and LaMerle
Feitsma for a three year
term, Andy Andreasen, Tisha
Marsceill and Henry Stone
for a two year term and
David Solger, Dell Corbin
and Joe Johnson for a one
year term.
Foreman also installed
incoming officers, including
Treasurer Jan Page, As-
sistant Treasurer Joe John-
son, Secretary Laura Joiner,
Vice President David Dar-
row and President Darrin
Wall. Bill Howell presented
the Kiwanian of the Year
award to Joe Johnson in
recognition of his efforts as
Assistant Treasurer, chair of
the Publicity Committee and
his participation in Kiwanis
fund raising projects during
the past year.
The Kiwanis Club of
Chipley` presented outgoing
Treasurer Marvin Engram the
prestigious Hixson Fellow-
ship award during Tuesday's
officer installation dinner at
the Chuck Wagon House.
In recognition of 31 years
of service to the Kiwanis
Club of'Chipley as Trea-
surer, Engram received two
numbered medallions, each
bearing the likeness of Mr.
Hixson, who served Kiwanis
for more than 50 years and
who holds the distinction
of being the only leader to
serve two terms as Kiwanis
International President, serv-
ing in 1916 to 1918. Both
medallions hang from a blue
and white ribbon, one en-
cased in a walnut and velvet
shadow box for display and
the other is worn at high-
visibility Kiwanis functions.
A tie tack/lapel pin was also
awarded.


Submitted photo
Kiwanis Lt. Governor Richard Foreman and Vice
President David Darrow.


To be eligible to present
this award, the Club first do-
nated $1,000 to the Kiwanis
International Foundation
Endowment, earnings from
which support programs
such as Key Leader, Service
Leadership Programs and
the Sustainability of Univer-
sal Salt lodization. Each year
at the Kiwanis Internation-
al convention, a Foundation
reception is scheduled to
honor individuals who have
received this award.
Tuesday night, the Chi-
pley Club paid their own
tribute to Engram. The Club
thanks Marvin for making
all those deposits, writ-
ing all those checks and
making all those monthly
Treasurer's Reports 6ovr the
past 31 years.
New President Darrin
Wall closed the meeting
with several comments,
including recognition of


Kim Wilson for her efforts
as President during the
past year and a forecast of
good things to come for the
new Kiwanis year.


Fall Savings Days


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, u ,.F.i nll .l-,:I ,l, ,.-
Bill Howell (right) presents the Kiwan-
ian of the Year award to Joe Johnson
in recognition of his efforts as As-
sistant Treasurer, chair of the Public-
ity Committee and his participation
in Kiwanis fund raising projects during
the past year.


Mature driving
Northwest Florida Com-
munity Hospital and AARP
are co-sponsoring a mature
:driving class for individuals
age 50 and over on Wednes-
day, Oct. 17 and Thursday,
Oct. 18, from 8:30 a.m. to
12:30 p.m. each day. This
eight-hour course is de-
veloped especially for the
senior driver and will be held
in the hospital's ground floor
conference room.


Submitted photo
Kiwanis President Darrin Wall (right)
and Kiwanis Lt. Governor Richard
Foreman.


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 an older per-
son's safety needs and helps
compensate for age-related


changes. This mature driv-
ing course is approved by
the DHSMV for a three-year
insurance premium reduc-
tion. There is no testing and
only a minimal course fee
of $10. To enroll, call the
office of the Washington
County Council on Aging at
638-6217.


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4, Washington County News, Saturday, September 29, 2007

WEEKEND SPORTS


Submitted photos
RMS 7th Graders beat Walton County
The Roulhac Middle School seventh grade Tigers played the Walton County
Braves Monday, September 24 and brought home an 8-0 victory.


Vernon passes 2007-08 budget, millage


JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afelsberg@chipleypaper.
comr
Vernon City Council
unanimously passed its FY
2007-08 Monday night.
Council approved the 2.013
million budget and mill-
age of 2.279 at the rollback
rate.
Council also discussed
a recent meeting about the
Sam Mitchell Public Li-
brary. Councilwoman Gwen
March met with County
Administrator Pete Herbert
and County Librarian Linda
Norton about the City's sup-
port for the library. Issues
including WIC distribution,
the interlocal agreement,


FIELDS
Continued from page 1

enough," he told county
commissioners. Everett said
his discussions with City
Administrator Jim Morris
indicate the city is unwilling
to shift the sprayfield west of


BUDGET
Continued from page 1

had time to meet, and that
lunchtime meetings were
allowed under state statute as
long as they were not held in
restaurants and diners. This
led to several responses by
Council members.
"I don't have a problem
with the CRA having lunch,"
said Mayor Linda Cain.
"It's not in us to sit up and
squabble about when they
have lunch."
"It's crazy for us to nit-
pick about this," said Rustin.
"We have to move on."

Discussion held
with YMCA about
rec facilities
Members of the Chipley
Recreation Advisory Board


and utility services were dis-
cussed, March said. Changes
will be made in the interlo-
cal agreement and a draft
presented to Council.
In other business, Coun-
cil:
*Approved surplusing two
sets of worn-out bleachers
to the Washington County
Scholarship Trust to use at
the tractor arena for Pulling
for Education. New bleach-
ers for the ballfields will be
purchased from money from
the recent FRDAP grants.
Three more sets will be bor-
rowed for the annual event
on Oct. 12.
*Approved holding the
annual Homecoming parade
for Vernon High School on


its planned location to free
up more acceptable land for
Project Pipe. Everett said the
city needs "perkable" land.
Commissioner Eddy Hol-
man suggested that the coun-
ty reverse its agreement to
sell the land to the City.
"I'd rather have industry
than a spray field. It means


have been in discussion with
the YMCA as part of a search
for options to the City's bud-
get crunch and its affect on
rec programs. A report was
made at Thursday's special
called meeting of Chipley
City Council.
Rec Board member Dar-
rin Wall and Councilwoman
Karen Rustin said that a
preliminary meeting was
held with YMCA officials
this week. The YMCA is
interested in a possible
lease agreement involving
Pals Park, and ideas were
swapped around about City
employees and other is-
sues.
Wall said that if a branch
of the YMCA were started
in Chipley it would have to
start slow, building commu-
nity support and a volunteer
base. Both Wall and Rustin


Oct. 12 at 1 p.m. The parade
will take the usual route
through town.
*Approved Trick or Treat
for Oct. 30 from 6-8 p.m.
This will be coordinated
with Treat Street.
*Heard that the county-
wide Amnesty Day could
include drop offs in Vernon,
Wausau and Ebro at the fire
departments. The County
would provide trucks.
*Approved researching
various issues and having a
new agreement drawn up for
use of the Canning Center.
*Approved sending a
copy of the curfew ordinance
to the Washington County
Sheriff's Office and ask
them to enforce it.


jobs for the area," Holman
said.
Holman withdrew a mo-
tion to do so after commis-
sioners directed Knauer and
County Administrator Pete
Herbert to meet with the City
to discuss accommodating
the needs of both the City of
Chipley and Project Pipe.


said it was clear that the Rec
Board wanted to ensure that
Pals Park remained under
local control.
Rustin and City Adminis-
trator Jim Morris both said
there was also a concern on
the part of the Rec Board that
not all recreation programs
will be offered due to recent
budget cuts. There also did
not appear to be any support
for offering one program one
year and another program
the following year.
Wall said that there were
YMCAs that were able to
operate on property built or
improved by state FRDAP
grants, and research would
be done into this issue and
others before moving for-
ward. The question of the
YMCA taking control of
"FRDAP property" was an
issue in Bonifay.


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Donna Dykes/WCN
Registering their plants are Shane Reed of the third
grade, foreground, Haley Bynum, fourth grade and
Dylan Carter, third grade.


Donna Dykes/WCN
Students in the fourth and fifth grades at Wash-
ington County Christian School are among those
receiving plants to grow for the upcoming Youth
Fair. With them are their teacher, Michelle Leitner,
back right, and teacher's aide, Melissa Garner,
back left. The kids will enter plants in the Fair as
Leitner's Lovely Learners.


Garden Club gives kids a hand for Youth Fair


DONNA DYKES
Staff Writer
Area youngsters are al-
ready making plans for the
2008 Youth Fair scheduled
for February. Fifty-three kids
in grades 1-4 at Washington
County Christian School
received potted plants from
members of Chipley Garden
Club Sept. 18. They will take
care of the plants for the next
five months and enter them
in competition.
Youth Fair rules allow
someone to enter a plant
grown by another person as
long as the current owner has
cared for it for the required
period of time.
JoAnn Beasley, Charlotte
Sapp, Karen Roland, Glenn
and Louise Michaels of Chi-
pley Garden Club distributed
the healthy looking plants to
the boys and girls Tuesday
morning under the oaks in
front of the school. They
also gave the kids printed
information on how to care
for their plant and details
for keeping it neat the way
judges expect it to look.
For instance, the students
learned they should water
their plant on a regular ba-
sis and turn the pot weekly
so the foliage will grow

Heritage Book
A shipment of 125 ad-
ditional copies of the popu-
lar Heritage of Washing-
ton County recently ar-
rived, according to Perry
Wells. Books are available
by calling Wells at 850-
638-1016 or by mailing
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.

Pet-toberfest
A fund raising event to
benefit Partners for Pets will


Donna Dykes/WCN
Making plans for the plant distribution are, from
left, Louise Michaels, Charlotte Sapp, Karen Roland
and JoAnn Beasley of Chipley Garden Club. Glenn
Michaels, not pictured, helps with the heavy work,
loading and unloading the plants.


evenly.
"Keep the plant away
from gas heaters," they were
told, and support vines with
a stick or branch. Place it in
an area at home where other
plants are growing well.
"The judges look to see
if your plant is healthy and
growing," the pamphlet
reads. "They look for clean
pots and plants with no dead

be held at Citizens Lodge,
Marianna on Saturday, Octo-
ber 13 from 9 to 2 p.m.
Activities include:
*A pet photo contest.
Bring photos to be judged
in the "Cute Pet" contest.
*Pictures with Santa will
be taken.
*A canine unit demonstra-
tion will be done by the City
of Marianna Canine Unit.
*Antique appraisals will
be available for only $10 by
Justin Peters of Wiregrass
Auction Depot. Bring your
antiques for this opportu-
nity.
*Entertainment will be
provided by Don Morris and


leaves or disease."
The Garden Club mem-
bers recommend that the
kids keep their plant in its
original pot, but added, there
would not be a penalty if
they choose to change pots.
During the upcoming
months, the students will
learn how to care for the
plants given to them by the
garden club members. "We

Elizabeth Edington.
*ID microchip for your
pet for only $25 will be
available.
*Group dog training ses-
sions will be held;
*American Red Cross will
be on hand for pet CPR and
first aid demonstrations.
A highlight of the event
will be a parade for kids and
pets. Dress up in your Hal-
loween costume for the pet
parade.


hope you will enjoy caring
for them as much as we
enjoyed preparing them for
you," the ladies added.
"If you have plants the
Garden Club gave you in
past years, start now taking
good care of them as there is
a category in the Youth Fair
for these plants also," the
pamphlet added.
The reward for keeping
the plants healthy and good
looking includes ribbons and
cash prizes awarded at the
Youth Fair. A blue ribbon
award brings a $3 premium.
Red ribbons are worth $2
'and white ribbons, $1.
Chipley Garden Club
distributed plants to young-
sters attending grades 1-3 at
Kate M. Smith Elementary
School. The club also shared
plants with students from
the Treasures Home School
Group.


Saturday, September 29, 2007 Washington County News, 5

Fall Farm Days
The annual Fall Farm Days event at Majestic Oak Farm
in Cottondale will continue through November. Proceeds
benefit "I Can Grow, Inc."
School class field trips are welcome to the event which
is held each day from 9 a.m. to dusk.
I Can Grow is a nonprofit program established in 2002.
It was created with the vision of providing seasonal em-
ployment in the field of agriculture for individuals with
disabilities.
There will be apple bobbing and orchard tours, pedal
cart rides, animal observation areas and feeding at 9 a.m,
and 6"p.m.
Weekend activities will include fishing, hay rides four
times a day, and a cider making demonstration.
Visitors make a $5 donation with children three and under
admitted free.
To learn more about I Can Grow visit www.icangrow.
org.

Free tutoring
Free Tutoring Supplemental Educational Services are
available at Kate Smith Elementary School in Chipley. To
be eligible for free tutoring, a student must receive free or
reduced price-lunch.
There is no cost to parents of eligible students. Funding
is provided through No Child Left Behind - Title I.
Transportation is not provided for tutoring sessions.
To sign up, or request additional information, contact
Jerry Register, SES facilitator, Kate Smith Elementary
School, 638-6220 or Olin Gilbert, SES coordinator, Wash-
ington County School Board, 638-6222.

Livestock report
For the week ending September 27, 2007:
At the Florida Livestock Auctions, receipts totaled
$14,832, compared to $12,415 last week, and $12,503 a
year ago. According to the Florida Federal-State Livestock
Market News Service, compared to last week: Slaughter
cows and bulls were steady to $1 lower, feeder steers were
steady to $2 lower and heifers were unevenly steady.
Feeder Steers: Medium & Large Frame No. 1-2
200-300 lbs. $130.00 - 175.00
300-400 lbs. $116.00 - 155.00
400-500 lbs. $ 99.00 - 132.00
Feeder Heifers: Medium & Large Frame No. 1-2
200-300 lbs. $110.00 - 155.00
300-400 lbs. $102.00 - 134.00
400-500 lbs. $ 91.00 - 117.00
Slaughter Cows
Lean, 750-1200 lbs. 85-90 percent $42.00 - 47.00
Slaughter Bulls
Yield Grade, No. 1-2 1,000-2,100 lbs. $55.00 - 63.50


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PUBLIC INFORMATION MEETING
SR 77 from CR 276 (Clayton Road) to north of Blue Lake Road In Washington County
Financial Project ID: 217909-8-52-01
S.. , The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) will hold a Public
-" Information Meetiing regarding design for proposed reconstruction of
SR 77 in Washington County, Florida. The Public Information Meeting
regarding the proposed project will be held:
X- -- DATE: October 11, 2007
S --l. TIME: 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.
S -- PLACE: Blue Lake Community Center
- 1865 Highway 77
4 .-.,L 1Chipley, Florida 32428
The purpose of the meeting is to provide interested persons an opportunity to express their views concerning proposed recon-
struction of State Road 77 from CR 276 (Clayton Road) to north of Blue Lake Road in Washington County, Florida. The meet-
ing will be held in an open house format. Maps, drawings, and other information will be on display. There will be no formal
presentation. FDOT representatives and consultant staff will be available to discuss the project, answer questions and receive
comments.
This meeting will be held in conformance with the Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA). Persons who need special accom-
modations should contact the following no later than seven (7) days prior to the date of the meeting to ensure that reasonable
accommodations are available: Clay Hunter, P.E., FDOT Project Manager; P.O. Box 607, Chipley, FL 32428; phone (850) 415-
9479; fax (850) 415-9148; email clay.hunter@dot.state.fl.us. For additional project information, please contact Tommie Spei-
ghts, FDOT District 3 Public Information Director; phone (888) 638-0250 extension 208; fax (850) 638-6159; email tommie.
speights@dot.state.fl.us. The proposed project is being developed in accordance with the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Civil
Rights Act of 1968. Under Title VI and Title VIII of the United States Civil Rights Acts, any persons) or beneficiary who be-
lieves they have been subjected to discrimination because of race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, disability, or familial
status may file a written complaint with the Florida Department of Transportation's Equal Opportunity Office in Tallahassee or
contact the District's Title VI/Title VIII Coordinator. Central Office: Florida Department of Transportation, Equal Opportunity
Office, 605 Suwanee Street, MS 65, Tallahassee, Florida 32399-0450, telephone (850) 414-4747. District 3: Florida Department
of Transportation, District 3, Title VI/Title VIII Coordinator, P.O. Box 607, Chipley, Florida 32428-0607, telephone (888) 638-
0250 extension 208. Copies of the comment form will be available at the meeting.

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6, Washington County News, Saturday, September 29, 2007





a en from the file s of the Washington ounty
Taken from the files of the Washington County News


5 YEARS AGO, 2002
A tornado spawned by
Tropical Storm Isidore
struck Poplar Springs School
in northern Holmes County.
Some homes in the commu-
nity also were damaged.
The animal tranquilizer,
Ketamine, taken during the
robbery of two Alabama ani-
mal clinics, caused local law
enforcement concern.
Carrington Estes of Chi-
pley was crowned little Miss
Hawaiian Tropic Interna-
tional at a contest was held
in Canada.
Ciara McFatter was elect-
ed president of the Washing-
ton County 4-H Livestock
Club. Gaetane Wheeler was
vice president.
10 YEARS AGO, 1997
Among semi-finalists in
the 1998 Merit Scholar-
ship Competition were Chi-
pley High School students,
Caleb Carswell and Jamin
Padgett.
Peggy Odom Hughes
hosted a grand opening cele-
bration for Peg's Herbs at the
shop on 1348 North Railroad
Avenue in Chipley.
Washington County Com-
missioners drafted an adver-
tisement which would place
Northwest Florida Commu-
nity Hospital on the auction
block for sale or lease.
15 YEARS AGO, 1992
Teon Knox was named
Player of the Week at Chi-
pley High School for his ex-
cellence performance in the
opening, 23-7, victory over
district rival Blountstown.
Gov. Lawton Chiles ap-
pointed Chipley attorney,
Allen Register, to fill the
county judge's seat vacated
by the early retirement of
Perry Wells.
Torrential rains failed


Pulling
for Education
The sixth annual Pull-
ing for Education event
featuring an Antique Trac-
tor Show/Pull and Antique
Stationary Engines will be
held Saturday, Oct. 13, on
the grounds at 3901 Wilder-
ness Road in Vernon.
Gates will open at 8 a.m.
Admission for adults will
be $5. Children 12 and un-
der will be admitted free.
Exhibitors, who also will be
admitted free, may set up
on Friday and take down as
late as Sunday. The exhibitor
area is shaded and security
will be available.
Antique tractors/farm
equipment will be displayed,
and items at a swap meet will
be available to buy/sell/swap
parts, and so forth.
Events, which begin at
9 a.m., will include a blind
man race, barrel push, egg
'race, slow tractor contest,
and children's pedal tractor
pull. Registration for tractor
pulls will end at 9:30 a.m.
10 a.m. is the time set for
the Antique Tractor and Gar-
den Tractor pulls. That will
be followed by a children's
pedal tractor pull at 11:30
a.m. The noon parade of
tractors will give spectators
a chance to pick up lunch or
snacks at the various conces-
sion stands. Pull fees will be
$5 per hook up.
Camping, with limited
electric hookups, will be
available. No alcoholic bev-
erages will be allowed.
Proceeds of the event will
go to the Washington County
Scholarship Trust. For more
information, call Sandra
Cook at 850-535-2426.

Chipley JROTC
fund-raiser
Chipley JROTC is host-
ing their annual barbecue
plate fundraiser on Saturday,


to halt construction of the
2,800-square-foot Vernon li-
brary building. It was funded
with a $200,000-plus Fed-
eral grant.
30 YEARS AGO, 1977
"Heart Stomper," a little
Ford pickup owned by Joey
Nichols of Chipley, won
best-of-show at a "bog-
in" mud race in Holmes
County.

Wausau Volunteer Fire
Department raised $13,237
to purchase a jaws of life,
new fire boots, gloves, ra-
dios, breathing apparatus
and lots of other equipment,
as well as pay for needed
truck repairs.
45 YEARS AGO, 1962
Mr. and Mrs. Frank To-
bias Jr. and children returned
to their North Palm Beach
home following a three-
month stay in Poughkeepsie,
N.Y., where he had attended
a company school.
Mr. and Mrs. Roger Van-
Landingham returned from
a two-week vacation trip
to Minneapolis where they
were guests of her sister and
brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Gay Arge.
V.J. Collins was re-elect-
ed president of Washington
County Farm Bureau at
the annual meeting held at
Bethel Church.
Robin Kranz was chosen
as Little Miss Chipley for
1967.
50 YEARS AGO, 1957
Mr. and Mrs. Jodie Ow-
ens and daughters, Emma
Lee and Mildred, attended
the Yates family reunion in
North Carolina.
Mrs. Wilson Britt and
children of Pensacola were
Sunday afternoon guests of
Mr. and Mrs. C.C. Coleman


Oct. 13. Tickets are $5 a
plate.
Each plate includes ribs,
baked beans, coleslaw or
potato salad, dessert, and a
drink. Plate pick-up will be
from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m.
inside the JROTC classroom
at Chipley High School.
Special orders can be de-
livered.
Tickets are available now,
contact any JROTC cadet or
call JROTC at Chipley High
School 638-6100, ext.503.

WFEC survey
West Florida Electric Co-
operative is conducting a
member survey through its
Web site, www.westflorida.
coop. WFEC member-own-
ers who complete and submit
the survey online will be
entered into a drawing to
win an electric grill. The in-
formation gathered through
this survey will be important
in helping WFEC design
their products and services to
better meet members' needs.
Visit the cooperative's Web
site at www.westflorida.coop
for your chance to be the
next winner.

Friends of the
Library book sale
A book sale, sponsored
by the Chipley Friends of
the Library, is being held on
Friday, Nov. 16, 9 a.m. - 4
p.m. and Saturday, Nov.17
from 9 - noon at the Little
Historic Library on Fifth
Street in Chipley.
Linda Norton, librarian,
and Susan Roberts, book
sale chairman, extend an in-
vitation to the public to come
by and visit. Recent bestsell-
ers cost as little as $1 and
paperbacks range from ten
cents to a quarter. Stock up
on reading materials for the
winter months ahead. Sets of
books may be purchased for
$2. In some cases, make us


and Mrs. A. Britt.
Dallas D. Bass, student
at the University of Florida,
Gainesville, visited fam-
ily and friends during the
weekend.
70 YEARS AGO, 1937
Washington County's
three-day county fair -
Thursday through Saturday
- opened with many interest-
ing agriculture, homemaking
and commercial exhibits
neatly arranged for the gen-
eral public to view. "The
various exhibits display
what the people of Washing-
ton County are doing, agri-
culturally and otherwise,"
the newspaper noted.
90 YEARS AGO, 1917
J.G. Grimes of Talla-
hassee, new manager of
the A&P Store, was given
a cordial welcome by the
newspaper.
Mr. and Mrs. Harris of
Columbus, Ga., were in
Chipley looking after busi-
ness matters.
O.L. Pippin of Vernon,
who had recently been ap-
pointed county judge, spent
Saturday with his family
viewing exhibits at the coun-
ty fair.
100 YEARS AGO,
1907
Washington County Tax
Assessor J.J. Williams re-
ported that there were 1,871
horses and mules in the
county, along with 12,314
cattle and 12,789 sheep and
goats. Total assessed valua-
tion was $2,799,235. "This
is a pretty good showing for
the year 1907," the newspa-
per report added.
Among those attend-
ing services at Blue Pond
Church were Mr. and Mrs.
B.F. Carter and Mrs. Fannie
Waller.


an offer.
Anyone having books to
donate may call the Wash-
ington County Library or
Susan Roberts. You may de-
liver the books to be donated
to the library, or Susan will
pick them up and take them
to the Little Historic Library.
All proceeds fund projects
for the Public Library in Chi-
pley. For more information
you may call Linda Norton
at the library at 638-1314 or
Susan Roberts at 638-7995.


Washington County

Sheriff's Office I


,.. The Washington County Sheriffs Office values
and recognizes the need for public assistance in
tracking fugitives. The fugitives shown here are
wanted on active, outstanding Washington
County Warrants.
- ' If you have information regarding the where-
S ? about of a wanted person: TAKE NO ACTION
ON YOUR OWN. Report any such information to
the Sheriffs office at (850) 638-6111.


Shirley Anne Thomas
DOB 06-30-1955
White Female
Height 5'01


DOB 09-14-1965
Black Male
Height 6'03


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James Dwone Creamer Jr
DOB 01-30-1980
White Male
Height 6'00


Vote by Mail
The Supervisor of Elec-
tions office now offers the
option to Vote by Mail in the
2008 elections. It is simple
and convenient.
Three very important
items that you need to know
it order to Vote By Mail:
*Have your signature up
to date. Each signature on a
Vote By Mail ballot is veri-
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with the Elections office.
*Please make sure your
Washington County resi-
dential address is up to date.
Vote By Mail ballots cannot
be forwarded.
*Vote By Mail request
forms must be received at
the Supervisor of Elections
office no later then six (6)
days prior to an election.
To request Vote By Mail
ballots or to receive addi-
tional information, please
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DOB 08-31-1947
White Male
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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. For
more information, call 638-
6301 or fax to 638-6300.

Gospel sing
A Southern gospel sing


Carol Lynn Smith
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White Female
Height 5'01








Michael E Gravel
DOB 07-12-1971
White Male
Height 6'00


featuring the' Spirit Filled
Singers will be held 6 p.m.
Sunday, Sept. 30, at Mt. Cal-
vary Baptist Church located
on Hwy. 77 north, four miles
past the Alabama line. Take
a left to the church.
For more information,
call 638-7555 or 638-7029.

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CLASSIFIED ADS. Classified ads are published in the Wednesday issues of the Washington County News, Holmes County Times-Advertiser, Weekly Advertiser and the Weekend Edition. Cost is $6.50 per
week for the first 20 words, plus 25 cents per word for each word over 20. 5r
Deadlines for insertion, correction or cancellation are Monday at 12:00 Noon for the Weekly Advertiser, Holmes County Times-Advertiser and Wednesday News; Thursday at 12:00 Noon for the Weekend 9 4 1 4
Edition. The News/Times-Advertiser will be responsible for errors in the first insertion only. Any errors after the first insertion are the responsibility of the customer. Credit will be given on the first insertion for errors
only for the portion of the ad in which they occur. ADS WILL BE PUBLISHED ONLY AFTER PAYMENT RECEIVED. For your convenience, you may charge your classified ads to your Visa or Mastercard. MAILING ADDRESSES
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pertaining to the proposed
ordinance, contact Jim
Morris, City Administrator.
As published in the Wash-
ington County News Sep-
ANNQUNCEMENTS tember 29, 2007
1100 - Legal Advertising
1110 - Classified Notices
1120 - Public Notices/
Announcements NOTICE OF PUBLIC
1130 - Adoptions HEARING FOR A
1140 - Happy Ads LARGE-SCALE AMEND-
1150 - Personals MENT TO THE COM-
1160 - Lost P ENSIVE PLAN
1170 - Found PREHENSIVE PLAN r
Pursuant to Florida Stat-
3utes, the City of Chipley
City Council will conduct a
Review Public Hearing at
the City Hall Council
Chambers located at 1442
CITY OF CHIPLEY Jackson Avenue, Chipley,
NOTICE OF PUBLIC Florida, on Thursday, Oc-
HEARING tober 11, 2007, at 6:00
AMENDMENT TO CITY p.m., or as soon thereafter
CODE as the issue may be heard
to consider the transmittal
The Chipley City Council of proposed City of Chip-
will conduct a PUBLIC ley Amendment 07-PSFE
HEARING regarding adop- relating to the Public
tion of the following ordi- Schools Facilities Ele-
nance on Thursday, Octo- ment.
ber 11, 2007, at 6:00 p.m. Information concerning
at the City Hall Council the proposed text amend-
Chambers, 1442 Jackson ments to the Comprehen-
Avenue, Chipley, Florida. sive Plan is available for
review at City Hall located
ORDINANCE NO. 881 at 1442 Jackson Avenue,
Chipley, Florida.
AN ORDINANCE OF THE The purpose of the Public
CITY OF CHIPLEY, FLOR- Hearing is to receive com-
IDA AMENDING CHAP- ments and make deci-
TER 16, ENTITLED sions regarding the above
"STREETS, SIDEWALKS matter. All interested
AND OTHER PUBLIC members of the public are
PLACES" AND DECLAR- encouraged to attend.
ING AN EFFECTIVE Public hearings may be
DATE. continued from time to
time as may be neces-
Adoption of this ordinance sary.
will implement user fees The amendment will be
for deployment of public accomplished by adoption
safety services. of an Ordinance(s) as set
forth by title as follows:
All citizens and interested AN ORDINANCE AMEND-
parties are encouraged to ING THE COMPREHEN-
attend the publichearingSIVE PLAN FOR THE CITY
and to provide written OF CHIPLEY, FLORIDA;
and/or verbal comments CREATING A PUBLIC
on the matter under con- SCHOOL FACILITIES EL-
sideration. Any person re- EMENT TO ADOPT PUB-
,quiring a special accom- LIC SCHOOL CONCUR-
modation at this hearing RENCY MANAGEMENT
because of disability AND PROPORTIANATE
physical impairment FAIR-SHARE MITIGATION
should contact the City at REQUIREMENTS; PRO-
(850)638-6350, 48 hours VIDING FOR CONFLICTS;
Prior to the hearing. PROVIDING FOR SEVER-
ABILITY; AND PROVIDING
For further information AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
Pursuant to the provisions


| 1100 1100 3100 1 3230 1 3320 4100
of the Americans with Dis- 535-2842 to make a re- Wanted To Buy antiques, Huge Multi-Family yard FRUIT TREES $10.87!
abilities Act, any person quest. ' I . collectibles, gold, silver, sale. Sat., Sept. 29. Flowering & Shade trees
requiring special accom- As published i -.the dinnerware, collections, 7am-2pm. Clothes, toys, also. Azaleas, other General
modations to participate in asked Washington County paintings, call Al Schmidt furniture, misc. Fairbanks shrubs $1.87. Fall is best
these meetings is asked Washmgton County 850-638-7304 Drive, Sunny Hills area. time to plant! All Ways Piano Player and Bass
to advise the City at (850) News September 29, Oc- PETS& ANIMALS Growin" Nursery, Player wanted for coun-
638-6350 at least 48 hours tober 3. 10, 17, 2007 .1 Large Abandoned Goods lic#47222563, 1658 Hwy. try band. Serious in-
before the meeting. "If 21100 P Pets: Fe O Sale. Friday & Saturday, 177-A, Tuesday thru Sat- quires only. Call or
any person decides to ap-Good Home | 3130 October 5th and 6th, urday, 850-547-2938 leave message at
peal any decision made 2120- Pet Supplies 2007. 8am-5pm. Located- 1-850-773-9779 or
by the council, with re- LEGAL NOTICE 2130- Farm Animals/ Farm Equipment Auction on the bypass (Maple Leola Brock Nurseries 1-850-866-1031.
aspect to any matter con- oteG ofSale Supplies Saturday, October 13, Avenue) Geneva, AL. Near LLC Plants, trees and
sidered at such meeting of Notice of S ae 2140 - Pets/Livestock 2007. 9am. 1 mile East of Courthouse. W shrubs. Landscape de-
hearing, he or she will Pursuant to Chapter 83, Wanted Greenwood, Florida on sign, landscape contract-
need a record of the pro- Part IV Notice is given Highway 69 Fort Rd. Con- YARD SALE- St Matthews ing, irrigation systems.
ceedings, and that for pursuant to the signments welcome. John Episcopal, Hwy 90 1788 White Road, Bonifay, General
such purpose, he or she Self-Storage Act, Florida Stanley (850)594-5200 (Across from Ag Center) FL 32425 (Washington
may need to ensure that a Statutes Chapter 83, Part AU044/AB491 September 28 and 29th, County) (850)638-1202; -TrI.County Community
verbatim record of the pro- IV, that Mrs. Lamar L. 8a.m.-p.m. Bag sale at 326-1500 Council, Inc., is accept-
ceedings is made, which Townsencd, owner of I 2130 12:30p.m. Lots of toys, g applications for a
record includes the testi- self-storage facility will sell Christmas decorations, ing applications for a
money and evidence upon by auction to the highestChristmas decorations, MaphisTree Farm CSBG Clerk for the
which the appeal is bidder, the contents of 3180 king size waterbed, vac- Nursery & Gift Shop Bonifay Outreach Office
spacerentedto the follow- Livestock Bouum cleaner, computer, in Bonifay. Summary of
based." FS286.0105 spacerented to the follow- Livesock Bob's Computers & Re-computer desk, gas stove, Fall is here and so are s: Assist in the i
As published in the Wash- ing lessees. Duties: Assistdinotheedm-
ngton County News S- Name Property Stored Limousin Bulls, black, 2 air Custom Comput hood, books bedding our pumpkins, corn plementation and oper-
t ember 29, 2007. Space No. years old, $1200., red, 3 ers, sales & service all household, clothes and stalks, hay, gourds, action of Community
teber29,2007. Lamar Rhodes #15 year old, $1500., Jersey brand names new & much more. mums, dianuthus, orna- Service Program in ac-
Jimmy Nickolas #0 & R bull, $700, 850-956-2690 used systems on hand m sdatso-_SeiePgmnc
Jimmy Nickolas#Q & R to bull, $700., 850-956-2690 tochoose from & most mental cabbage & kale cordance with the
The same will be held at parts in stock. If we * t vegetable plants. We guidelines & budget re-
the self-storage facility lo- don't hav a art we also have fall wreaths, quirements. Qualifica-
NOTICE OFQUALI- cated at Railroad Ave & can get it foryoul CALL 3250 table arrangements, tions: High school di-
FYING Griffin Road, Chipley, BOB, Bobby Brown Jr scarecrows, etc. We ploma (GED), 1-3
Washington County, Fla. owner, & CownmputeJr K&L Farms have lots of plants, months related experi-
on Monday, Oct. 6, 2007, T e & Computer h Green Peanuts for shrubs & trees to ence. Requirements:
The City of Ebro, Florida at 8:00 A.M. hone-850:547-1900 IBoilingchoose from as well as Current drivers license
will hold Qualifying for Mrs. Lamar L. Townsend, ca ted at 2260 Hwy.17 1567 Piney Grove Rd., pears, blueberry, figs, and proper vehicle
Seats 1,3,and 5 Owner North, approx. 1 mile Chipley. grapes, etc. Come see insurance. Must be will-
Dated; Sept. 26, 2007. fromtheExpress Lane Monday thru Friday us at .814 Rattlebox Rd. ing to comply with
Dated; Sept. 26, 2007. frinom the Wash- Express Lane F 8am-6pm, 3 miles south of Chipley background screening
Any resident voter desir-ington County News Sep- 32store, Bonifay FL Saturday 8am-5pm. off Orange Hill Rd. and drug testing. Appli-
ing to become a candi- member 29, and October 3, * T E - m a i I 260-5003; 527-3380 850-638-8243. Lic cations may be ob-
date for the office of 2007 MERCHANDISE hitechcomputers@emb A133966. taned from . any
Councilperson may do arqmail.com County cil, Offices andmmunity
so by filing a written no- 3110 - Appliances - submitted by Monday,
tice of candidacy with 3120 - Arts & Crafts . 3280 t Oct. 01, 2007, at 4:30
the City Clerk. A quali- 1110 3130 - Auctions For sale: Farm Equip- p.m. for information and
fying fee of $5.00 fo 3140 - Baby Items 3220 meant, brown easy haul an application, call
Councilperson will be Get Your ClassifiedLLS! 3160 - Business Furniture & Mattresses trailer, 20 foot, $2000. Call ,Sharon Kent, Adminis-
required All other forms Get YourClassified Equipment Low, low, low' overhead 850-956-2690 trative Manager
required. All other forms Ad In 3170 - Collectibles guarantees low, low, low -SIPlapcnt1b(850)547-3689. Suc-
necessary for qualifying COLOR!. 3180 - Computers prices. P&S Discount Fur- c cssful applicant will be
can be picked up at Ebro Call now for details 3190 - Electronics niture, Chipley. (Since EM- . subject todrug
and be noticed! 3200 - Firewood 1973850 3 pre-employment drug
Town Hall. The qualify- 638-0212 3210 - Free Pass It On 1973)850638-4311 3300 4100- Help Wanted test. Only qualified 'ap-
ing of candidates will or 3220 - Furniture Sae 2005 GMC Envoy XL, fully 4130 - Employment plicants will be consid-
begin at 8:00 a.m. Octo- 547-9414 3230- Garage/Yard Sales loaded, $18,000 OBO. Information ered. Equal Opportunity
ber 22, 2007 and end at 3250 - Good Things to Eat 2003 Chevy Impala LS Employer and drug and
noon on October 25, PESOAS3260- Health & Fitness 3230fully loaded, $12,000 b W TD smoke free workplace.
2006 7_ i. 3270 - Jewelry/Clothing Big Indoor Yard Sale. 827 OBO. 1 carat Platnium dia- o4O
2006. 1150 3280 - Machinery/ Main St. Sat., Sept. 29. mond ring, $1000. _
Equipment 8am-until. Lots of misc. 1/2carat set diamond ear- Administrative
The City of Ebro adheres Young Male doctor 3290 - Medical Equipment Come See! rings 14 carat gold $400.
The City of Ebro adheres looking for female 3300 - Miscellaneous 638-1556 Office Assistant needed Healthcare
to the Americans with companion 18-28 for 3310 - Musical nstruments Garage Sale- Oct. 5th & for Social Work office in
Disabilities Act and will travel and good times. 3320 - Plants & Shrubs/ 6th, Fri-Sat, 678 Main St, For Sale! Fender Squire Sunny Hills and Marianna. Immediate Opening
make reasonable accom- Looking for someone 3330 - Restaurant/Htel Chipley. 7a.m.-Noon. An- drum set, like new Part time, 10 to 20 hrs a Licensed Physical Ther-
modations for access different. Please send 3340 - Sporting Goods t i q u e $350.00 firm, Total Gym week in AM. Flexible apy Assistant (PTA) start-
upon requestPlease call hoto & info to 3350 - Tickets (Buy & Sell) furniture,collectables, $100.00, Black powder hours, person must have ing salary $47,840. Com-
upon equest. photo & info toalbums, costume jewelry, rifle $100.00. Call knowledge of word pro- petitive salary and bene-
the City Clerk at (850) drtomasl7@yahoo.cgm Christmas, misc, more. 850-547-4656 cessing, Excel, and the in- fits. Please fax resume to
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t. ernet Start ing pay is $ ' U-415-1967
to $8 hr depending on ex-
perience.
Contact Jim Howard
Support Coordination Ser-
vices Management
850-773-4039
Job Fair
General Oct. 2 & 3 from 9-5.
Haidee's Franchisee
Position: owned by Geneva En-
Police Patrolman terprises, LLC located
at 1369-C S. Railroad
The City of Chipley is ac- Ave.; Chipley, FL is
cepting applications for a looking for exp. Mgmt.
Police Patrolman . Mini- Competitive salary with
mum Qualifications: com- great benefit pkg. For
pletion of the Minimum more info call Kathy
Standards courses as set Holt at 850-638-0555 or
forth by the Florida Police fax resume in advance
Standards Council; valid to 850-638-0609.
Florida Drivers license;
ability to project a courte-
ous and polite attitude to
public; and able to com-
municate effectively both Other
orally and in writing. Mail
or hand deliver application Mystery Shoppers, get
and/or resume to the paid to shop Retail/dining
Chief of Police, Chipley establishments need un-
Police Department, PO. derercover clients to judge
Box 1007, Chipley, Florida quality customer service.
32428. Deadline: Open Earn up to $150. a day.
until filled. EOE/Drug Free Call (888)-523-1013.
Workplace.

Campbellton-Graceville Hospital, a
Critical Access Hospital, located in the
Panhandle of Florida is seeking quali-
fied persons for the following posi-
tions:
Nurse Practitioner position available,
applicants must have current Florida
ARNP License and Emergency Room
background.
Assistant Director of Nursing position
available, applicants must have a work-
ing knowledge of Florida hospital state
and federal rules and regulations and
prior Nurse management experience.
RNs to work on a PRN basis. Must have
current Florida Nursing License. Pre-
mium pay offered for these positions.
RNs to work in the Emergency De-
partment and on patient floor. Must
have a current Florida License, and be
ACLS and PALS certified. Full time
positions available.
Patient Accounts/Insurance Repre-
sentative - Medicare/Medicaid/Com-
mercial insurance experience required.
Full time position with benefits pack-
age.
We offer competitive wages and a
benefit package that includes BC/BS
health Ins., Dental Ins., Life Ins., and
more. Apply or inquire to Campbell-
ton-Graceville Hospital, 5429 College
Drive, Graceville, FL 32440. (850)
263-4431, ext. 2080. Email resume to
jaustin@pandhandle.rr.com or fax to
(850) 263-3312 or Attn: Personnel Di-
rector. Drug Free Workplace, EOE.


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Avon Representatives Drivers Trades General for rent downtown Chip- home in park in Cot- 837 Chesnut Hill St. Chip-
needed in Bonifay, Help Wanted Pre-school ley 638-1918 tondale. $375 per month ley. 638-1832
Chipley, Graceville, TRA Transportation Want An Opportunity teacher for 2 year old Full Time fertilizer ware- ley. 638-1918 with security deposit and
Wausau, Vernon, needs OTR Drivers. Great Real Estate/Mortgage with a growing company class at Meme and Pa's. house person. Mechanical R Commercial f- references required
Caryville, Ponce de Pay/Benefits. Good Home Want to wok had and be Must have experience. experience helpful Apply For Rent- Commercial f references required6388570
Leon. Ask about Time! Clean MVR/2yrs. Broker& rewarded for it? Reed Call 850-547-1444 n peson Washington ce space near ownown7 50
mini-it 850-547-1640. E. Req. 334-9833123x Realtors onete and ounty Commun County Farm Supply. Chipley. Approx 2 br 2 ba, Beautiful Sin MP Enterprises Land
Dwayne Atkins. SR 121. Success-ulRealtors tion, Inc., in Bonifay would Tri-County Community 638-7833. 100OSq.Ft. Call glewide trailer in Ebro, 15 Sale and Finance. 5 acres
DwayneAtkins SR Successful Real Estate like to talk with you. Council, Inc., is ac- 850-638-1959. miles N PCBon7 acres of alor more and Finance. 5 aror houses
office Seeking Exp Re- 850-547-5767 cepting applications for land, no pets & smoking wooded & pasture. 3 ms-on
actors. Our Company a ABLE Project Coordi- Call 850-625-5441 South of Chipley
seller leads, no desk Trades SUMMERY OF DU- 3 Highway 77, Gainer Rd.,
fees, no franchise fee, HELP WANTED! TIES: Screen disabled 6110 3 bedro home SE of Chipley in Houston Rd., Beadle Rd.,
paid advertising, paid Experienced HVAC applicants and confers . All LARGE APART- country. Very private. $550 Duncan Community Rd.,
MLS fees, paid E&O Service Tech. Pay de- with medical and pro- MENTS 1BR $425, S/D per month plus security Buddy Rd., (4) five acres
Insurance. For confi- pends on experience, fessional personnel to $250. Just remodeled, deposit. References re- (8) ten acres (5) eight ac-
dCOMPANYNCtial interview call Paid Holidays, Sick determine type and de- 1BR$4 S $25 2BR quired. 638-7130 res. Owner financing or
527-2275 Leave, Vacation, Local gree of disability, eligi- $550, S/D $300. Down- cash. Low down payment,
Are youanenergeticanddependable biity for service, and N town Chipley. convenient 3R/2 bath Mobile Homes low monthly payments.
Ar o nege850-638-1309 feasibility of vocational.. location. Rent includes for rent, $425. to $450. Call Milton Peel for infor-
worker? If so, you qualify for an 850-258-7274. rehabilitation. 5100 - Business stove, refrigerator, city month, $300. security De- mation 850-638-1858
opportunity to launch your career with a QUALIFICATIONS: Opporunities water, sewer, garbage. posit, in Bonifay. Call
opportunity to launch your career with a A.A. degree or 1-2 oney to Lend Sorry no pets or HUD. 850-896-0520. Leave Mes-
growing company! You must be willing , years related experi- (850)638-3306 sage 710
to travel and have valid ID and SS card. ence and/or training; or 7(1303 3
equivalent combination Apartments for rent, Stu- Bonifay- 3BR, $550. 2BR, 14x70 3+2 with new car-
Come by, introduce yourself and fill out JOB of education and 5100 dio, 1 bedroom and 2 $425. In quiet Mobile pet, vinyl. $16,900. In-
experience, bedroom. Come by 602 Home Park. 547-4234 cludes set up, AC hooked
an application. (EOE) OPENINGS REQUIREMENTS: Cur- AVAILABLE NOW! Weeks St. Bonifay. For Rent- 2BR furnished 1-866-732-Br763-7780 or
We offer great benefits to qualifying re rs license and Gas/C-Store in Chipley, mobile home.
We offergreat benefits to qualifying Now taking applications for: proper vehicle insur- FL. with prime interstate Graceland Manor Apart- Washer/Dryer. $500 a 16x80 3+2 new carpet,
em loyees such as 401 k, group medical ance. Must be willing to location on busy road. ments. Rental assistance month plus $350 security paint. Very clean. $19,900.
employees as , group medical Class A CDL Operators comply with back- Gas and Diesel. Call for on 1, 2, and 3 bedrooms. deposit. Call 638-1462. Must go ASAR Bank just
and dental insurance, employee stock Must have a valid license and ground screening and details. PetroSouth Handicapped and --reduced price. Call Brad
purchase, vacation, life and LTD clean driving record, 2 years drug testing. 1-888-997-3876. non-handicapped accessi- For Rent: 3BR/2BA dou- 763-7780 or
purchase, vacation, lir e and LD clean driving record, 2 years ble apartments. 850 blewide mobile home on 9 1-866-732-2607
insurance, uniforms and per diem. experience Applications may be -263-4464, TDD/TTY 711. acres (great pasture land)
obtained from any 5445 Brown Street, 2 miles E. of Wausau. 16x80O 3+2 w/fireplace,
S- and Tri-County Community Graceville, FL. Equal $650 mthly. Call glamour bath, nice big
"Mc Cdi emce oWEquipment Operators Council Offices and housing authority (850)3263030 master bedroom, island
c t ,f*n 'Equipment Operatoors ,d u , - submitted by Monday, / __kitchen. 2002 model. Must
Oct. 08, 2007, at 4:30 Mobile Homes for rent in see. Call Brad 763-7780
jiCtce1946" , Benefits: Dental, Vision, Health, p.m. For information . lbi . Cottondale on Sapp Road, At:t CASH Buyers New
Retirement, Paid Holidays, Vaca- and an applicant, call 8 miles east of Chipley. 2BR/1BA $23,900. Set up
We are now hiring tion Time, Paid Travel Expense. Sharon Kent, Adminis- 6140 3BR/2BA and 2BR/2BA with CH/A. 16 ft. Call Brad
-Welders Overnight stays required. tratve Manager (850) 2BR/2bath home invaluable. Total electric. 763-7780
-e is Overnight Stays required. 547-3689. Su.c aR.p n Ponce de Leon area, (850)258-4868; 209-8847
-Mechanics Home on weekendscountry setting. $595. www.charloscountryliv- New 3+2, 14x70 (last one
-Class A n C ;,i DriversSuccessful applicant 6100 - Business/ setting, $595. ing.com left). Factory went out of
-Class A CDL Drivers Contact will be subject to Commercial month, $300 deposit. business. Plywood floors,
-Equipment OperatorS pre-employment drug 6110- Apartments 850-265-3166 Rent- 3BR/11'/BA Mobile refrigerator w/icemaker.
-Euipmctio pCrew aors Center State test. 6120- Beach Rentals Home, Mud Hill Rd. $550 Set up included, with
-Construction Crew Laborers . Only qualified appli- 6130 - Condo/Townhouse For Rent- 3BR, 1/BA month + $550 deposit. CH/A. $28,900. Call Brad
www.trawickconstructin.com d Service cants will be consid- 6140- House Rentals Brick House. Call Water, sewage and trash 763-7780
(850) 956-3010 ered. 6150-- Roommate Wanted 638-1918 or 638-4478. furnished. 850-535-2181.
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY 6160 - Rooms for Rent-Leave message.
1555 South Boulevard / Chipley, FI EM PPORTUN 6170- Mobile Home/L House for Rent- ave message.
850.638.0429 - DRUG AND SMOKE 510 - Timeshar Rentals 1BR/1BA, 3 miles south of The Park at 2350
8 0 .I FREE WORKPLACE. 6200 - Vacation Rentals Chipley, 2218 Douglas 3BR/1BA $425
Ferry Rd. $375 a month. 3BR/2BA $450
* \""'"850-326-1212. 547-3746
Nice clean Houses, Apart- . " . *..
ApartmentforRent Driver:DON'TJUSTSTARTYOURCAREER, START ARIZONA LAND LIQUIDATION! Near Tucson, Foot- ren ts, Mobile homes for , - .
IT RIGHT! Company Sponsored CDL training in 3 weeks. ball Field Sized Lots. $0 Down/$0 Interest, $159/Month home for sale 8100 - Antique & Collectibles
Must be 21. Have CDL? Tuition reimbursement! CRST. ($18,995 total). FREE INFORMATION. Money Back 850-547-5058 811 rts lity Vehicles
$199/Mo! 4BR/2BAHUDHome! (5% down20years@8% (866)917-2778. Guarantee! (800)682-6103 Op#10. P 8130 - Trucks
apr) MoreHomesAvailablefrom $199/Mo! For listings call Publisher's " .* 8140- Vans
8150 - Commercial
(800)366-9783 Ext 5669. Notice ESTATE FOR SALE 8160 - Motorcycles
HomesForRent EXCLUSIVE ESTATES! Veryrareestatesbeingofferedfor 8170- Auto Parits
lsttime:Uniquewaterfallestate. 15.3 acregentleman's farm. real estate advertising in 7100- Homes & Accessories
sOctobera newspaper is subject to 7110 - Beach Home/ 8210 - Boats
ABSOLUTEAUCTION~70PropertiestobesoldOctober View @ www.troutstreamestates.com. the Fair Housing Act which Property 8220 - Personal Watercraft
27,NoMinimum!BayfrontLand, Many VacantResidential 3BR/2BAForeclosure!$22,500!Only$199/Mo!5%down makes it illegal to advertise 7120-Commercial 8230-Sailboats
Lany preference, limitation or 7130 - Condo/Townhouse 8240 - Boat & Marine
Lots, Sailboat Water Condominium, Homes, Commercial, 20 years @ 8% apr. Buy, 5/BR $302/Mo! For listings discrimination based on 7140 - Farms & Ranches Supplies
Beach Front Lot. VanDeRee Auction, (941)488-3600 (800)366-9783 Ext 5798. AutumnLakeSale!DockableLakefront&LakeAccesswith race, color, religion, sex, 7150 - Lots and Acreage 8310 - Aircraft/Aviation
Beach Front Lot. VanDeRee Auction, (941)488-3600 (800)366-93FREEhandicap, familial status or 7160- Mobile Homes/Lots 8320- AORoad Vehicles
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