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IN THE NEWS


Things to do In
Washington, Holmes and
Surrounding Counties


New P&R building
dedicated
Washington County Parks
and Recreation Department
has moved into its new home
on Campbellton Road
(Hwy. 273). The remodeled
building, known as the old
State house, now contains
five offices and a large
reception area, as well as a
kitchen area and other
facilities. An open house-was
held on Thursday, Oct. 25.
Page 2

NASCAR Pit Stop
Eli Gold talked his way into
a career and he witnessed
the birth of a sporting
phenomenon. It was the
1979 running of the Daytona
500 and CBS Sports was
covering the race for the first
time flag-to-flag.
Page 5

Tri-County football
The Chipley Tri-County
football teams went on the
'road' last week to meet the
Samson Tigers.
Page 2 and
www.chipleypaper.com

Online Paper
Look for
Photo Galleries under News.
www.chipleypaper.com
e-mail to afelsberg@chipleypaper.com

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Caryville center open again


MARY D. PARAMORE
Staff Writer
mparamore@chipleypaper.com
Caryville's Library and Lit-
eracy Center is up and run-
ning once again. New manager
Christal Brock is encouraging
former patrons to come back
and is asking area residents who
have never been to the center to
stop by.
The Library and Literacy
Center is situated in the Caryville
Community Center on Hwy.
279, and is next to the Volun-
teer Fire Department. Under
previous management, posted
hours weren't always kept and
resources were in disarray.
"We're getting the library
back together, books in order and
are having classes," said Brock.
The Library and Literacy Center
is open Tuesdays, Wednesdays
and Thursdays 8:30 a.m. - 4:30
p.m.
The library features more
than 6,000 books, videos and
other resources, as well as four
computer stations with Internet


Mary Paramore/WCN
Literacy Volunteer Felipa Garcia tutors a man who wants
assistance learning to read English.


access. Book sections include
Christian literature, cookbooks,
fiction, non-fiction, Reader's
Digest condensed books, biog-
raphies and westerns. There is a
book swap section, too - bring a


Mary Paramore/WCN
Christal Brock has been at the Caryville Library and Literacy
Center since August. She's been getting resources reorga-
nized and setting up classes and tutoring.


book, take a book. It's yours to
keep or swap again.
The library stocks children's
books, too, marked with Ac-
celerated Reader points for use
toward students' goals at Vernon
Elementary and Vernon Middle
schools.
The Literacy Volunteers of
Washington County operates
there, too. As a result, residents
can get free one-on-one tutoring,
study for the driver's exam, learn
to read the Bible and simply learn
to read.
The tutoring is boundless.
Want to learn to type? Just ask.
Have a child struggling with
math? Just ask.
Brock is a volunteer through
the AmeriCorps VISTA program.
VISTA stands for Volunteers in
Service to America, and is a gov-
ernment program that pays her a
stipend for living expenses.
"She is doing a great job,"
said Linda Marinaccio, executive
coordinator of the Literacy Vol-
unteers of Washington County,
"She is assigned to work for the
Literacy Volunteers and we tailor
her work schedule."


'Sweet 16' party helps those in need


OUuMIt IUUI riuouos MARY PARAMORE
You can now submit your Staff Writer
own photos online and one mparamore@chipleypaper.com
will be picked as Editor's Many teens celebrating birth-
Choice for the Week. days opt for lavish parties or
Look under the News expensive gifts, but one Chipley
pulldown at teen decided to make her special
www.chipleypaper.com day more meaningful.
Kiley Rehberg, a student at Chi-
pley High School, asked friends
to attend a sweet 16 party hosted
by Greta and Paul Draayom and,
instead of gifts, to bring donations
for the American Cancer Society.
Her effort raised almost $200, and
helped her peers understand more
about the disease.
She has challenged her friends
to add to her effort by raising funds Kiley Rehber
on their own. School, asked
Kiley is the daughter of Monica Greta and Pa
Rehberg of Chipley and Kathy and tions for the
Donald Rehberg of Marianna. Her
grandparents are Sarah Calverly Kathleen and C
A of Chipley and Annie Mae and
HRannis Rehberg, Marianna. Adults Relay for Lift
avt.e the C98#t attending the party Tuesday, Oct. The Americ
FR DOM 23, were her pastor, the Rev. David Relay for Lif
FREEDODarrow of Chipley's First Presby- County will h
i " ic-ARI I- A terian Church, and church friends Off on Nov. 8 f
NEWSPAERSINTERACT Juanita Myers, Sherry Biddle and at St. Joseph t
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Mary Paramore/WCN
g (second from right), a student at Chipley High
ed friends to attend a sweet 16 party hosted by
aul Draayom and, instead of gifts, to bring dona-
American Cancer Society.


Gerald Rogers.

e Kickoff Nov. 8
:an Cancer Society
fe of Washington
ave its 2008 Kick
rom 6:30-7:30 p.m.
he Worker Catholic
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Church in Chipley. There will be
food, fun and prizes.
The luminaria ceremony will
begin just after dark. If you would
like to participate by honoring or
remembering a loved one who
battled cancer, contact Alisha
Townsend at 850-265-6205.


County wants

Industrial Park

land back

in the future

MARY D. PARAMORE
Staff Writer
mparamore@chipleypaper.com
Washington County Commis-
sioners avoided legal action by
the City of Chipley over the sale
of 98 acres within the county's
Tommy McDonald Industrial Park
by amending the deed at their Oct.
25 meeting.
The vote came on the heels of
County Attorney Gerald Holley's
announcement of receipt of a letter
from an attorney representing the
city of Chipley asking for a deed'to
the property within 15 days.
The BOCC considered going
back on a deal made by a previous
slate of commissioners to sell land
to the city for a spray field. The City
has paid the county for the land, but
the sale is not yet final.
At the time the deal was made,
Chipley needed to own or lease
land suitable for a spray field to ob-
tain a $22 million grant to upgrade
the city's sewer infrastructure.
The deal was a good one for the
county, too', because the county had
received little interest in industrial
park.
The county's situation changed
when Project Pipe expressed inter-
est in the park and, thanks to that
interest, qualified Chipley for a
coveted rail spur. A rail spur, ac-
cording to Washington County
Chamber of Commerce Executive
Director Ted Everett, will attract
more industry to the county - an
opportunity Commissioners are
unwilling to let pass by.
The county's position was ce-
mented early in Thursday's meet-
ing when Everett announced that
Project Pipe is ready to purchase
acreage within the industrial park.
Everett said Project Pipe asked to
purchase immediately lands that
do not require wetlands permits, an
estimated 25 acres of the 70-acre
parcel of interest to the company.
They intend to pursue purchase
of the remaining land, but recog-
nize the length of the permitting
process. Commissioners agreed
unanimously to this request.
The sticking point for Holley,
as well as for Commissioner Joel
Pate, was deed wording that said
the city will return industrial park
land to the county "when they
decide to sell." Holley pointed out
the city might never decide to sell,
even if they move the spray field
off industrial park land.
"It bothers me that if a major
project came up next month, you
don't have any land," Holley told
Commissioners. "There is no guar-
antee they will sell us the property
back when they relocate the spray
field. There's nothing to stop them
from selling it for an industrial
park."
City Administrator Jim Morris
was at the meeting and told Com-
missioners the city was unwilling
to put a time line on moving off
the property.
"Within a few years, we'll havg
something done, but I'm not put-
ting it in writing because I can't
guarantee it," Morris said. "We've
told you we will get off it as soon

See LAND, page 2


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The call went out that a gas truck had
gone through a bridge and was "stand-
.... ing up." The dispatch was 100 correct.

More at www.chipleypaper.com


Inside This Week

Kiwanis News.......Page 3
NASCAR ..................Page 5
Classifieds..............Page 7
USA Weekend..Inside





2, Washington County News, Saturday, October 27, 2007


WEEKEND SPORTS


Donna Dykes/WCN
Officials at the open house include, from left, Commissioner Ronnie Finch,
P&R Director David Corbin, Richard D. Comerford of the Department of Cor-
rections, Commissioners Donnie Strickland, Eddy Holman, and Joel Pate,
receptionist Elaina Provost, Commissioner Jerry Sapp; and County Admin-
istrator, Pete Herbert.



New P&R building dedicated


DONNA DYKES
Staff Writer
Washington County Parks
and Recreation Department
has moved into its new home
on Campbellton Road (Hwy.
273). The remodeled build-
ing, known as the old State
house, now contains five
offices and a large reception
area, as well as a kitchen
area and other facilities. An
open house was held for the
new building on Thursday,
Oct. 25.
Animal Control shares
space with five Parks em-
ployees. J.B. Roney and
W.L. Wages are the Animal
Control Officers. The build-
ing occupies 10 acres, and
is adjacent to Tri-County
Community Council's new
offices.
David Corbin, Parks and
Recreation director, said the
work cost $22,000.
Invited guests were mem-
bers of the County Commis-
sion and officers representing
the WCI. "We owe all of our
labor to WCI work crews,
said Elaina Provost, who is
Corbin's assistant.
There's plenty of parking,
and the front entrance of the
new building is handicapped
accessible. Hours are 7 a.m.
to 3:30 p.m. Monday through
Friday. No appointment is
needed, says Provost. For
more information, call 638-
6078 or FAX 638-6079.




LAND
Continued from page 1

as possible. After the fact is
not the time to start negoti-
ating when we get off (the
land.) We've already got bids
in to start laying pipe. At this
moment, we cannot abandon
this property. We've got too
much into it."
Compromise was reached
when Holley proposed deed
wording that makes clear
the county's desire to get the
land back.
Instead of wording that
says "when the city decides
to sell," the deed will now
require the city to sell back
the land to the county when
they have the land and grant
funds to relocate. The agreed
upon price is the-per acre cost
of the original land plus the
expense per acre to lay new
pipe, capped at $10,000 per
acre.
Morris agreed to provide
written documentation of the
actual cost per acre to install
Pipe at a new location, when
that sale takes place.


Donna Dykes/WCN
Elaina Provost takes a business call during open
house. She is assistant to Director David Corbin.


New Bridge-A-Rama season
Enjoy playing bridge games sponsored by Friends of the
Washington County Library. Bridge-A-Rama play will start
soon with a series of games in the homes of players.
This is a fundraiser sponsored by the Friends of the
Library to aid the Library in buying new books paid for by
the registration donations. For information and participation,
call Fred Lavender 638-1612.





On the evening of October 1, 2007, at
the Washington Rehab & Nursing Center
in Chipley, CLEVELAND, DORIS JEAN
WELBORN, age 84, passed from this life to
be with Jesus Christ, her Savior. Homebound
many years, she was most recently a resident
at the Nursing Center. Mrs. Cleveland loved
First Baptist Church where she was a mem-
ber and welcomed church staff, friends and
neighbors in her home. Prior to becoming
� . , homebound, she served in the nursery and
was secretary in her Sunday School class.
She retired in 1987 from Sunland Training Center in Marianna after 14
years of service where she worked as a Training Instructor. She worked
at Head Start as a teacher's aide and had a variety of jobs over the years.
Mrs. Cleveland was born in Hart County, Georgia in 1923. She was pre-
ceded in death by her husband slain police officer Hugh Dorsey Cleve-
land, 1951; her siblings, Faye Welborn Bobo and Mack Welborn; a spe-
cial grandson, Kevin Williams. Mrs. Cleveland is survived by her sons,
Hugh E. Cleveland (Mary) of Cantonment, and Thomas E. Cleveland of
Brunswick, Ga.; daughters, Camellia C. Williams of Pensacola, Patricia J.
Cleveland of Morris, Al., and Jan C. Morris of Hartwell, Ga. & "adopted
daughter", Judy A. Taylor, Morris, Al.; step children ( of Hugh) Mickey
Hornsby (Beverly), Cindy Cascone (Paul), Randy Hornsby (Lynn) all of
Cantonment; grandchildren, Lee Morris, Kelley Drew, Carie Morris, Lin-
da Andrews, Renea Stephens, Lauren Cleveland, Lacey Cleveland; great
grandchildren; nieces and nephews.
Visitation and funeral services were held at First Baptist Church, Chi-
pley, October 3rd. Burial was in Elmhurst Northside Cemetery, Elberton,
Ga., October 5th, next to her beloved husband. The Elberton Georgia Police
Department staff ministered to the family through a loving graveside service.
Our mother taught us to thank law officers and pray for them.The family
requests that memorials be made in Mrs. Cleveland's name to: Washington
County Council on Aging, 1348 South Blvd., Chipley, Fl 32428, or First
Baptist Church Benevolence Fund, PO Box 643, Chipley, Fl 32428, or Cov-
enant Hospice, 4440 Lafayette St., Suite C, Marianna, Fl., 32446.
The family extends heartfelt gratitude and appreciation to the fol-
lowing for all their excellent care and support of Mrs. Cleveland over the
years: Washington County Council on Aging, nursing agencies, most re-
cently NHC Home Care; Florida Division of Blind Services, Washington
County Ambulance, Chipley Police, post office mail carriers, neighbors,
Pastor Michael Orr of First Baptist Church and its homebound ministry in-
cluding visits, meals, cards, gifts; Tri County Community Council, Piggly
Wiggly grocery, King's Discount Drugs, Dr. and Mrs. James Clemmons,
Mrs. Cleveland's former roommate Mrs. Gloria Jackson and her family;
Minister Steven Bell, Dot Ross, her long time beautician, and Marguerite
Anderson, private duty nursing assistant. The family will always remem-
ber your unselfish dedication and the distinct role each of you played in
the care and concern for Mrs. Cleveland.
A very special thank you to the entire caring staff at Washington Rehab
& Nursing Center and Covenant Hospice. You remain like extended fam-
ily and the diligent support/care services you provided gave us peace of
mind. Always smiling, always giving a special touch which meant more
than you'll ever know to our mother and to us as well. God bless you all
as you continue to minister to others.
^1______________________


Mary Paramore/WCN
Taking it on the
road to Samson
The Chipley Tri-County
football team traveled to
Samson to meet the Samson
Tigers last weekend. Due to
a need for Chipley to move
its home game scheduled for
Philip Rountree Stadium,
Samson generously allowed
Chipley to keep the gate for
the three games and proved
to be excellent hosts.
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Saturday, October 27, 2007 Washington County News, 3


KIWANIS NEWS


Guest speaker at Tues-
day's Kiwanis meeting was
Judy Corbus of the Wash-
ington County Extension
Office. She spoke on the
subject of
Family and
Consumer ,
Sciences and
explained -
that the goal ...
of her office
is to "im-
prove the Judy
quality of Corbus
life for indi-
viduals and
families in Washington and
Holmes counties." To elab-
orate, she discussed seven
areas of focus.
*Housing; Corbus said
her office uses SHIP funds,
which began in 1994, as a
source of funds for first time
home buyers as well as for
home care and maintenance.
So far, 127 families have
been helped with the pur-
chase of a home and 38 fami-
lies have been helped with
building a home, resulting
in a SHIP total assistance to-
date of almost $10 million.
*Resource Management;
she explained that her office
assists with the establish-
ment of a family spend-
ing plan, credit use, credit
reports, credit score and
howv to use certified credit
reports.
*The area of Consumer
Education, including con-
sumer fraud and preven-
tion, consumer choices and
consumer decision making
skills.
*How to Balance Work
and Family, which includes
stress management (signs,
causes and stress manage-
ment techniques).
*Networking and Health,
which was explained to
include physical activity,
healthy lifestyles and food
safety. Council On Aging


Submitted photo
Three new members were inducted at Tuesday's
Kiwanis meeting. From the left: Membership Com-
mittee Chair David Solger, sponsor Malcom Gainey,
Sandra Pritchard, Linda Carver, Heather Finch and
Kiwanis President Darrin Wall.


members are informed of
nutrition education matters.
*Diabetes. Corbus said
that in 2002, 11.5 percent
to 19.1 percent of adults in
Washington county were
diagnosed with diabetes and
that 26 percent were diag-
nosed with pre-diabetes.
Her office, working with
the Health Department,
offers a program called
"Take Control of Your Dia-
betes," which is an education
program for adults with Type
2 diabetes.
*Home and Community.
She explained that her of-
fice works within the com-
mu;nity, using volunteers,
to inform and educate the
public in many ways.
Corbus solicited sugges-
tions from the public regard-
ing additional meetings in
2008 for Washington county
as well as new program
ideas.
New members
Also at Tuesday's meet-
ing, the audience observed
the induction of three
new members, ARC Ex-
ecutive Director Sandra
Pritchard, ARC Executive


Assistant Linda Carver and
Washington County em-
ployee Heather Finch.

Kiwanis fruit sale
underway
The Kiwanis Club of
Chipley is holding its annual
Florida Citrus Fund-raiser,
now through Thanksgiving.
A variety of citrus fruit
-- from navels, tangelos and
grapefruit to combination
packages --is available, with
all proceeds supporting local
Kiwanis youth activities.
Orders may be placed
through any local Kiwanis
Club member, or by contact-
ing Darrin Wall at 415-4201.
Expected delivery is in early
December.


Moss Hill Methodist homecoming
Moss Hill Methodist Church will observe 150 years with
a Homecoming celebration on Oct. 27, from 12 until 4:30
p.m. There will be a gospel sing and covered dish lunch.
Anyone with any records pertaining to the church is asked
to call 850-773-7610. The church is on Hwy. 279 three miles
east of Vernon. The historic church is shown above.


CHS Homecoming
Week Nov. 5-9
Chipley High School is
making plans for the Home-
coming Week 2007 celebra-
tion Nov. 5 - 9.
The week Wvill encompass
friendly competition among
the classes

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.
Recent bestsellers cost as
little as $1 and paperbacks
range from 10 cents to a
quarter. Stock up on read-
ing materials for the winter


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may be purchased for $2.
In some cases, make us an
offer.
Anyone having books to
donate may call the Wash-
ington County Library or


Susan Roberts. Deliver the
books to the library, or Rob-
erts will pick them up and
take them to the Little His-
toric Library. All proceeds
fund projects for the Public
Library in Chipley. For
more information, call Nor-
ton at the library at 638-1314
or Roberts at 638-7995.

Fresh Start
Board meets
Fresh Start Coalition, Inc.
will hold its annual board
meeting on Thursday, Nov.
15 at 6 p.m. in room No.
three at the T.J. Roulhac
Enrichment and Activity
Center. All board members
are requested to attend. For
more information, call 638-
7884.
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Washington County, hereby

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4, Washington County News, Saturday, October 27, 2007


HONOR ROLLS I


Roulhac Middle School
announces its A and AI/B
honor rolls for the first nine
weeks of the 2007/08 school
year.
A Honor Roll
Fifth Grade: Heather
Anderson, Angel Aukema,
Krishna Bhakta, Alena
Blevins, Wyatt Brock, Jor-
dan Brown, Julie Carroll,
Joshua Chambliss, Chey-
anna Clark, Conner Clark,
Alexis Cross, Quamiracle
Davis, Austin Dearing, Tony
Dodd, Alexis Fritz, Jesse
Gainey, Ashlyn Jeffries, Da-
vid Kilgore, David Kilgore,
Andrew King, Brittany
Marsceill, Kyra McDonald,
Chelsea McEntyre, Carley
Mead, Hannah Register,
Thomas Richardson, Jayde
Smelcer, Noah Smothers,
Justin Taylor, Mary-Rosalyn
Taylor, Sydnes Ward.
Sixth Grade: Erik Beck,
Myiesha Boston, Zi'Andra
Boston, Madison Carter,
Morgan Carter, Tyler Dan-
iels, Richard Davenport,
Farrah Davis, Sarah Gilbert,
Tristan Hartzog, Macie Hor-
ton, Cary Laird, Matthew.
Mosley, Miranda Odom, Jay
Padgett, Allison Pettis, Ol-
ivia Saunders, Codi Smith.
Seventh Grade: Zack-
ary Butler, Danielle Gainer,
Austin Miles, Tyler Pettis,
Rakeia Sorey, 'Sierra Stoe,
Julia Veit, Mary Wilson.
Eighth Grade: Kendall
Alderman, Kacey Aukema,
Sufyan Binmahfooz, Olivia
Guettler, Mattea Harbour,
Luke Hinson, Briana Jack-
son, James Myers, Michael
Pritchard, Carey Whitson.

A/B Honor Roll
Fifth Grade: Jenna Ad-
kins, Breana Baker, Samuel
Bass, Kyle Beman, Jasmine
Boston, Savannah Bow-
en, David Boyett, Autumn
Boylston, Alexander Bush,
Patrick Conley, Kacie Crews,
Devan Daniels, Daniel Da-
vis, Mikaela Davis, Cassie
Drummond, Zamera Fisher,
Jack Gilbreath, Keely Grice,,
Cory Guster, Bradley Hall,
Cassidy Harris, Keely Jones,
Ashley Kelley, Joli Ladd,
Noah Lane, Elizabeth Marti-
nez, Jessica Massey, Lindsay
Miller, Kyli Miner, Tiffany
Nellums, Trenton Patterson,
Reshaun Patton, Sabrina
Pierce, Denise Pleas, Dia-
mond Potter, Genesis Pruitt,
Kaitylyn Register, Bowe
Smith, Carlon Smith, Chase
Stephens, Chase Strickland,
Marcus Swint, Brenda Tay-
lor, James Terrell, Alivia
Thomas, Kenneth Vickery,
Kelcie Walsingham, Kristin
Whittington, Robert Whit-
tington.
Sixth Grade: Kyle Ay-
cock, Adam Bass, Amynah
Binmahfooz, Jillian Chance,
Taylor Cushman, Chase
Dalton, Ciara Davis, Ruby
Duren, Cheyenne Fenwick,

Floral and Design
Show Oct. 29
The Chipley Woman's
Club Floral and Design Show
will be held Monday, Oct. 29
at 6 p.m. in the Washington
County Ag Center in Chi-
pley, featuring well-known
designer Kirby Holt. Tickets
will be available at the door.

Free smoke alarms
The Chipley Fire Depart-
ment is offering free smoke
alarms. Applicants must stop
by the Chipley Fire Depart-
ment at 1430 Jackson Av-
enue. For more information,
call 638-6301.


Angel Finch, Sabrina Good-
man, Alexis Goynes, Isaac
Guettler, Sarah Guettler,
Robin Harr, Allison Hayes,
Taylor Hayes, Cierra Hobby,
Shyanne James,Alexis John-
son, Darby Jones, Logan
Justice, Stephen Kauffman,
David King Sarah Kriser,
Kacy Lawson, Rachel Mor-
ris, Emaleigh Munn, Te-
ria Olds, Austin Padgett,
Sagar Patel, Seth Pemberton,
Cody Railsback, Christian
Rodriguez, Brittney Sand-
ers, Mysti Sasser, Jeremy
Smith, Erin Smith, Casey
Strickland, Amanda Tost,
Dilliam Ussery, Trista Waits,
Christina Williams, Haley
Williams, Erin Wright.
Seventh Grade: Joey
Andrews, Terrance Asberry,
Jasmine Belser, Mary Bow-
en, Sarah Bowen, Kara Bush,
Kayla Byram, Emily Clark,
Sara Compton, Tanner Cook,
Jenna Corbin, Haley Cream-
er, James Dilmore, Lucky
Duket, Lauren Estes, Araceli
Galvan, Ashley Granger,
Tyler Imke, Elijawaun Jack-
son, Brandon Jones, James
Kent, Edward Laird, Zach-
ary Lankist, Courteney Lee,
Christian Lerner, Brandon
Licea,Tori Mashburn, Logan
Norwood, Katelynne Obert,
Garrett Pletcher, Braylee
Pooser, Nicholas Porter,
Damion Potter, Kirstin Red-
field, Jonathan Rousseau,Al-
lison Rudd, Leah Scott, Rob-
ert Sullivan, Colleen Taylor,
Bridgett Vickers, Kari Wal-
drip, Corrie Wilkins, Taylor
Williams.
Eighth Grade: Gavan
Alquist, Allison Ates, Joshua
,Aycock, Austen Barfield,
Austin Bass, Samuel Car-
roll, Chelsea Carter, Victoria
Crawford, Tyler Crutchfield,
Holley Cutts, Cody Daniels,
Clayton Davidson, Jacob
Davidson, Skylar Davis,
Jamie Ellis, Garrett Enfinger,
Adrian Gonzalez, Quin-
tin Goynes, Robert Gross,
Hadley Harris, Ge6rge Hoff-
man, Paige Holmes, Ebone
Hooks, Joshua Johnson,
Brianna Jones, Matthew
Kenison, Christopher Law-
son, Kristina Lewis, Sarah
Mastison, Lacey Mead, Jac-
lyn Morris, Nicholas Morris,
Katlyn Nelson, Tyler Oliver,
Cameron Owens, James
Papineau, Cozetta Register,
Janae Ritter, Dre Rodriguez,
Meredith Saunders, Byron
Shores, Ryan Sikora, Taylor
Smelcer, Rebecca Squires,
Tori Taylor, Caitlin Vaughn,
Matthew Weisensale, Annie
Worthington.


Mary Paramore/WCN
KMS students watch their rockets take off. The rockets are an addition to the curriculum.

KMS students are ready to join the space race


MARY D. PARAMORE
Staff Writer
mparamore
@chipleypaper.com
Curriculum at Kate M.
Smith Elementary School
got a literal boost recent-
ly when teachers Rodney
Hubbs and Greg Iles set off
a model rocket to the cheers
and wonderment of scores of
fourth graders. - ,
The Oct. 17 launch kicked
off a new curriculum unit
about rocketry that will
be taught by each of the.
school's seven fourth grade
teachers.


The unit will wrap up in
a few weeks, when students
build and launch their own
water-pressure-powered
rockets.
In the interim, students
will form teams to develop
rocket plans and will learn
about force, gravity and
motion, as well as conduct
research and use their math
skills to budget for the pur-
chase of each rocket's fuse-
lage, nose cone and fins.
As is experienced by real
NASA rocket scientists, an
Oct. 16 launch was scrubbed
due to weather.


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I Mary Paramore/WCN
Above: Teacher Rodney Hubbs prepares a rocket
for launch. Left: Students watch their rocket head
for the hills (arrow).


This is the age of the supernatural -
You will either experience the powers of Heaven
or the Horrors of Hell but you shall experience
the supernatural.

The only hope for America is an
outpouring of the Spirit of God.


On Sunday, November 4 thru
Tuesday, November 6, 2007,
Evangelist Randy Ruiz will be
at Chipley First Assembly of
God. Chipley First Assembly
of God is located at 567 Main
Street (Hwy 77 N).


~,.


Come and experience the life-
changing presence of God's
Spirit, as we seek a new way of
living, a new way of loving and
God's way of serving. Service times are Sunday at 10:30
AM & 6 PM with weeknight services beginning at 7 PM.
Please call 638-1791 for more information.


NOTICE OF INTENT TO

APPLY FOR

FEDERAL ASSISTANCE

The Town of Wausau, Florida is comply-
ing with requirements of 7CFR 1780.19(a)
by publishing this notice of intent to ap-
ply for a Water Loan/Grant from the
U.S.. Department of Agriculture, Rural
utilities Service.

This project will consist of upgrades/ex-
pansion of existing water city wide, which
serves the Town of Wausau, Washington
County, Florida

TOWN OF WAUSAU
Roger D. Hagan, Mayor

If you have questions please call
Margaret Riley, Town Clerk at
(850) 638-1781


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Mayfield finds greener

pastures with Haas CNC


Jeremy Mayfield, who was
recently released from his ride at
Bill Davis Racing, will replace
Jeff Green at Haas CNC Racing
effective immediately.
Mayfield will pilot the No.
66 for the duration of the season
and next year.
"We are thrilled to have
Jeremy," said Joe Custer, general
manager for Haas CNC. "He has
been in the Chase two of the last
four years and that was a big fac-
tor in our decision. We are very
excited."
That development means
Johnny Sauter, currently piloting
the No. 70 for Haas, also is out of
a job. Scott Riggs, formerly at
Gillett Evernhan Motorsports, is
now under contract to Haas as
well.
It is not known which car
number -- the 66 or 70 -- that
Mayfield or Riggs will drive in


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Driver. Dave Blaney
Owner: Bill Davis
Points: 2505
Points out of 34th: 6
Points ahead of 36th: 142
Place Owner
33 Joe Custer
34 Kyle Petty
35 Bill Davis
36 Glen Wood
37 James Rocco
38 Cal Wells III


2008.
Sauter said two weeks ago at
Charlotte that team officials told
him he could listen to offers, if
anyone wanted to talk.
As a result of this news on
Monday, Bill Davis Racing
announced Mike Skinner and
Johnny Benson will share driv-
ing duties of the No. 36 Toyota
for the remaining four events on
the Nextel Cup schedule.
Skinner, who currently leads
the Craftsman Truck Series
points standings, will drive the
No. 36 this weekend at Atlanta
and next week at Texas. He has
244 starts in the Cup Series,
including 10 top-five finishes
and 39 top-10s.
Benson will drive the No. 36
at Phoenix and Homestead, the
season finale. During his 272-
race Cup Series career, Benson
has 18 top-fives and 58 top-10s.


Dave Blaney
Driver Points
Johnny Sauter 2587
Kyle Petty 2511
Dave Blaney 2505
Bill 'Elliott 2363
Scott Riggs 2190
David Reutimann 2118


St


Watching, NASCAR grow


17 Gold has seen a lot in 31 year broadcasting career


. Editor's Note: The
response to the first story on
Eli Gold led to this second
part since so much was omit-
ted in the first story.
By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazette.com
Eli Gold talked his way into
a career, but he witnessed the
birth of a sporting phenome-
nom.
"I was there before
NASCAR went big," said Gold.
"But it was the way things fell
into place on a day in February
It was the 1979 running of
the Daytona 500 and CBS
Sports was covering the race for
the first time flag-to-flag.
"You have to remember
NASCAR didn't get a lot of
coverage in the major news out-
lets," said Gold. "If the race
hadn't of been on television
there wouldn't have been any-
thing made of the fight between
Cale (Yarborough) and Bobby
(Allison).
"So the biggest thing that
helped NASCAR was when
Ken Squire convinced Neal
Pilson that America would
watch an entire stock car race
live on television."
Pilson and the late Bill
France, Jr., worked the deal out
and actually celebrated the sign-
ing by eating lunch together at
the Steak and Shake on Volusia
Avenue, which is just down the
street , from Daytona
International Speedway.
But Gold remembered how
the weather played a role in the
television success.
"The whole nation was hit
by one of the worse weather
storms ever," recalled Gold.
"People were snowed-in in the
upper Midwest, Northeast,
pockets in the deep south.
"And then to have it end
like it did with the fight. All of
those events combined had
some part as a lot of little things
lined up just right for such a big
success. That is what started
NASCAR.".
As the nation learned about
the sport whose roots traced
back to moonshiners meeting at
local fair grounds to see who


2006 Pole Winner
Matt Kenseth - set by points
2006 Race Winner
Tony Stewart - 143.121 mph
Track Qualifying Record
Geoffrey Bodine - 197.478
mph (1997)
Track Race Record
Bobby Labonte - 159.904 mph
(1997)


Ell Gold has seen NASCAR grow from a small regional sport to
what it Is today and he was there when it. started at the 1979
Daytona 500.


had the fastest car, they could
identify with what they saw on
the track.
"NASCAR offered some-
thing Indy Cars couldn't," said
Gold. "Fans could look down
and see that was their Buick,
Pontiac, or Chevrolet.
"Not too many people can
look down and actually relate to
a PC-17."
While Gold has grown to
love NASCAR he is a broad-
caster for all 43 cars on the
track.
"The first thing is I don't
care who is leading," said Gold.
"But there are some drivers who
are easier to work with than oth-
ers because they understand the
business.


"It was easy interviewing
D.W. (Darrell Waltrip)," said
Gold. "He understood the busi-
ness and if you told him you
needed 30-35 seconds he could
do that, while other drivers
would give you too much and it
was near impossible to edit
down.
"That doesn't mean I didn't
like talking' to them; I have
enjoyed talking to and meeting
every one connected with
NASCAR."
Some drivers and car own-
ers were easy to work with, but
ironically it was one of his best
friends who gave him one of his
worse interviews.
"Terry Labonte is someone
I consider a good friend and


when we are together we laugh,
joke, and cut up," said Gold.
"We would fly together, share
rental cars, and got along real
well.
"But on the air he would
tighten up and I could never get
him to loosen up."
But the hardest thing Gold
ever had to do was call The
Intimidator.
"I was working turns one
and two at Rockingham and
Dale Earnhardt and Benny
Parsons were battling side by
side for a good portion of the
race," recalled Gold. "I was sure
that Dale was bumping Benny
and called it as such. Then after
the race I crossed paths with
Benny and talked about Dale
roughing him up a little.
"Benny looked at me and
said that Dale never touched
him."
Gold, the consummate pro-
fessional, went through his vast
Rolodex and called Earnhardt
the very next day.
"I called and apologized
and told him what I had said on
the air," Gold recalled. "He did
scold me a little, but I will never
forget what he told me at that
time.
Earnhardt told me,"I don't
need your help in getting peo-
ple to dislike me any more
than they do already. People
listen to what you say, but I
appreciate you calling me
because that took a lot of
guts."
Gold noted from that point
forward he had a wonderful
relationship with the
Intimidator, except for a near
miss at Pocono.
Earnhardt was battling
with Tim Richmond when he
went tumbling down and
clipped the very tower Gold
was standing on.
"His right front fender,
which I have in my home,
nearly killed me," recalled
Gold. "After that, on the
parade lap, he would look up
to my perch and wave up to me
as if he was saying he would
stay out of the tower and I bet-
ter stay out of his race car."


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Driver
1. Jeff Gordon
1. Jimmie Johnson
3. Clint Bowyer
4. Tony Stewart
5. Carl Edwards
6. Kyle Busch
7. Kevin Harvick
8. Denny Hamlin
9. Jeff Burton
10. Kur Busch


AfterDollar General 300


Behind
Leader
-53
-115
-249
-285
-290
-369
-374
-409


Driver
, Carl Edwards
David Reutimann
Kevin Harvick
Jason Leffler
David Ragan
Bobby Hamilton, Jr.
Greg Biffle
Stephen Leicht
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-1,140 7.
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Mike Skinner
Ron Homaday
Travis Kvapil
Todd Bodine
Johnny Benson
Rick Crawford
Ted Musgrave
Matt Crafton
Erik Damell
Jack Sprague


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Leader
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-335
-414
-434
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ARCA Final Standings
Driver Behind
1. Frank Kimmel Leader
2. Michael McDowell -250
3. Dexter Bean -815
4. Justin Allgaier -855
5. Justin Marks -910
6. Phillip McGilton -960
7. Patrick Sheltra -1,090
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6, Washington County News, Saturday, October 27, 2007


5 YEARS AGO, 2002
Washington County 4-H
Livestock Club grew pump-
kins, gourds and Indian corn
to sell at a "pumpkin patch"
located in the Westerner's
parking lot.
Kylie Smith won the
Grand Supreme Queen ti-
tle in the 0-3 division of
a cowgirl pageant held in
Bonifay. She also received
best personality and most
photogenic.
Haley Adkison won a
trophy as platinum overall
winner for the first nine
weeks session of WINGS at
Vernon Middle School.
Calie Gilbert's Angus
steer, Bud, was chosen as
Reserve Champion at the
Panhandle Youth Fair. Her
heifer, Jazzie, placed second
in the female beef class.
10 YEARS AGO, 1997
Pat Barnes was chosen as
outstanding Kiwanis mem-
ber for 1997. She received
a plaque from Gene Roberts
during a brief ceremony.
Members of Vernon City
Council agreed to a proposed
2.86 millage rate and accept-
ed the budget as written.
Walsingham Park on
Econfina Creek in Sunny
Hills was dedicated. Troy,
Carthel, Donald and John
Earl Walsingham, descen-
dants of the family that
settled the area in the 1800s,
attended the dedication.
15 YEARS AGO, 1992
Five Points Volunteer
Fire department hosted its
fourth annual archery com-
petition.
Holmes County Chamber
of Commerce hosted Pioneer
Day as part of the town's
rodeo festivities.
John Dougherty was
named Kiwanian of the year.
He received a plaque from


Ulysse Harrison.
Ollie Wells of Vernon
was named Tutor of the Year
by Literacy Volunteers of
Washington County.
When annual Wausau
Baseball Reunion was held,
Ralph Jones was honored
for his 20-plus years of
dedication and leadership
in Wausau's baseball pro-
grams.
30 YEARS AGO, 1977
As part of his and the
school's homecoming, for-
mer band director M.C.
Thompson led the Chipley
High School band in play-
ing the alma mater during
half-time. He also marched
with the band in the Friday
afternoon parade.
A Jackson County jail
escapee was captured Satur-
day at a Washington County
motel. He had left Marianna
on Wednesday.
A public boat ramp was
erected at Shell Landing
on Holmes Creek about five
miles southwest of New
Hope. It- was one of two
new ramps slated for con-
struction. The other was at
Crystal Lake.
40 YEARS AGO, 1967
Bonds were being sold to
finance a $1,575,000 road
construction program in
Washington County.
L.M. Hardy of Miami
came to Chipley looking for
a hornet's nest. He needed
it for experiments in the
biological control of insects
(ie: harnessing hornet-power
for the control of flies).
Mrs. Howard Tiller won
the News' weekly football
contest with a 10-for-12
entry.
Dr. Walter H. Shehee
announce the closure of his
Chipley office. He had been
practicing in Washington


County for 15 years.
Orange Hill Saddle Club
was staging an amateur ro-
deo in the club arena.
55 YEARS AGO, 1952
Mr. and Mrs. Valery Mar-
tin of Chipley were guests of
Mr. and Mrs. B.B. Martin
and family of Bonifay.
Mr. and Mrs. Decatur
Johnson had as house guests
her niece, Mrs. Ester Arnold,
and little daughter, Judy, of
Barnwell, S.C. Guests on the
weekend were Mr. and Mrs.
C.B. Phillips of Arcadia.
Spending the weekend
with relatives in Graceville
were Mr. and Mrs. James
Nance and daughters, Janice
and Jeannie.
60 YEARS AGO, 1947
Final returns in the coun-
ty-wide trustee election
showed victories by P. Far-
ris Simmons in district one;
Ernest Owen in district two;
and E.A. Hodges in district
three.
While voting was light
throughout the county, the
vote was comparatively
close in each of the three
districts, an official canvass
disclosed.
95 YEARS AGO, 1912
E.L. Reddick, one of
Uncle Sam's railway postal
clarks, came from Jackson-
ville to attend the Williams
Family Reunion.
Capt. S.M. Robertson and
W.H. Waldon were selected
to represent the area at the
Confederate Reunion in
Lake City.
Sarah Turner had an old
fence removed so a new
picket fence could be placed
around her property.
The Rev. McNeil returned
from Bonifay where he had
held his regular semi-month-
ly service at the Methodist
Church.


UNITED WAY PROFILES


Covenant Hospice
The motto of Covenant
Hospice is "we add life
to days when days can no
longer be added to life."
That aptly describes what
Hospice staff and volunteers
do. Caring for someone with
a life-limiting illness some-
times feels overwhelming.
Hospice care brings a
qualified team of compas-
sionate, experienced pro-
fessionals and volunteers
to provide relief whether
the patient is at home or in
a medical facility. Hospice
means help for family mem-
bers and loved ones, both
during an illness and after
the patient dies.
Covenant Hospice is
a non-profit organization
dedicated to providing com-
prehensive, compassionate
services to patients and their
loved ones.
Since dying is a part of the
normal process of life, the
focus of Covenant Hospice
is to enable our patients to
live as fully and comfortably
as possible, to provide digni-
fied palliative care, to assist
patients' loved ones in cop-
ing with end-of-life issues
and the eventual death of the
patient, and to improve care
for all patients at the end of
their lives by example and
education.
The Marianna branch of
.Covenant Hospice serves
Calhoun, Holmes, Jackson
and Washington counties in
Florida.

Life Management
Center
Life Management Center
provides individual, fam-
ily or group counseling to
almost 10,000 children,
adolescents, adults, senior
adults, parents and families
each year.


Counselors help with per-
sonal problem areas that
include parent-child conflict;
stress reactions; anxiety; de-
pression; school adjustment;
abuse; delinquency; adverse
reaction to divorce illness or
other severe events; adjust-
ment difficulties of old age;
domestic violence; substance
abuse; mental illness, and
adverse reactions to health
or work difficulties.
The non-profit agency
also provides medical ser-
vices; home-based inter-
vention; overlay services
for children in foster care;
social rehabilitation; resi-
dential treatment; inpatient
treatment; evaluation and
consultation; workshops,
seminars and training.
Life Management Center
is committed to helping pre-
vent abuse before it occurs.


When families don't get the
help they need in time, Life
Management Center is there
to assist with a variety of
child and family support ser-
vices that help create a safe
and nurturing environment
in the family home.
In cases when children
cannot remain safely in their
family home, Life Manage-
ment Center provides the
most important alternatives
- family foster homes and
adoption services.
Services are provided to
residents in both Holmes and
Washington counties.
For more on how t9 con-
tribute to United Way, call
Darrin Wall at 415-4201.

4-H recruiting
Washington County 4-H
is currently accepting enroll-
ment applications.
If you are interested, call
the UF/IFAS Washington
County Extension Office at
638-6180.


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Wausau Trick or
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The town of Wausau has
set Tuesday, Oct. 30, as the
date for children to trick or
treat from 5-7 p.m.


Chipley Trick or
Treat Oct. 31
Trick or Treat in down-
town Chipley will be ob-
served from 5-6:30 p.m. on
Oct. 31.
Youngsters from ages
1 through 10 will be able
to participate in a costume
contest at 6:45 p.m. in the
parking lot behind New Life
Fellowship Church. Age
divisions will be 1-3 years


CHS drama
presentation
Chipley High School Dra-
ma Department announces
a special visit from Charlie
Brown coming Friday eve-
ning November 30, to the
Chipley High School Audi-
torium at 7 p.m. Tickets will
go on sale November 1 for
this one night event. You're
A Good Man Charlie Brown
features the musical antics
of Snoopy, Linus, Schroeder,
Lucy, Sally, and, of course,
the ever-hopeful Charlie
Brown.
Seating is limited to 370
seats. Tickets are $7 per per-
son and can be reserved by
calling 638-6100 ext. 507.


old; 4-6 years, and 7-10.
There will be a winner and
first-runner up in each age
division.
Contact Washington
County Chamber of Com-
merce at 638-4157.

Trick or Treat
Street in Vernon
Vernon High School will
be hosting Trick or Treat


Street for children 12 years
old and younger at the High
School on Tuesday, Oct. 30
from 5-7 p.m. The different
clubs and organizations from
the high school will have
safe activities and treats for
all the children. This is one
way in which high school
students to help give back
to the community for all
your support through out
the year.


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Washington County News * Saturday, October 27, 2007 * 7 0


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.
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
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.
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638-0212


638-4242


547-9414

MAILING ADDRESSES
county Times-Advertiser Washington County News
67, Bonifay, FL 32425 P.O. Box627, Chipley, FL 32428


| 11OO 100 1100 1100 I oo 1120 3220 4100 4100
served, as the interest of 1331 South Boulevard, of the Americans with Dis- Public Sale Furniture & Mattresses
the Owner may require, to Chipley, Florida. All in- abilities Act, any person Low, low, low overhead Education
reject any and all bids and terested members of the requiring special accom- This sale is to be con- guarantees low, low, low Care GiverHel Wanted Pre-school
to waive any informality in public are encouraged to modations to participate in ducted in accordance with pice s. P&S Discount Fur Hep Wanted Pr2 year old
bids received, attend. Public hearings these meetings is asked Florida Statutes CHS Class of niture, Chipley. (Since After school care teacher for 2 year oldP
ANNOUNCEMENTS may be continued from to advise the County at 83.801-83.809 "Self stor- 1967 1973) 850638-4311 needed, Bethlehemdis- class at Me and Pa's.
Attention of bidders is time to time as may be 850-638-6200 at least 48 age Facility Act". trict, must drive, refer- Must have experience.
1100 - Legal Advertising called to the Licensing necessary. 850-638-6200 at least 48 T , a fences, background check Call 850-547-1444
1110- Classified Notices Law of Florida. All bidders belonging to the following
11 20 - Classi f N oti c s o o ri badn p eestrsontd e cid esmo b e f b ith e m e ein 8 f o in g C H S c la ss o f '6 7 is p la n n - ^ -' I -T 1 ' ^ a n d d ru g sc re e n in g w ill b e8- 5- 14 4 4
An1120- Public Notices must comply with allappli- Information concerning"If any person decides to individual will be sold for ing a 40 year reunion on 3230 performed Only long term General
1130- Adoptions cable state and local laws the proposed land use appeal any decision made cash to satisfy the storage November 9 and10 10 Mile Yard Sale- No- need apply. 547-5919.
1140- Happy Ads concerning licensing, reg- change is available for re- by the board, agency, or bill owed to A Safe Stor- Please call Denny Wood member 3rd. From Hwy 79 Lead guitar player
1150- Personals istration and regulation of view at the Washington commission, with respectage. (638-0595) or Edward (at New Hope, south of wanted for working
1160- Lost contractors doing busi- County Board of County to any matter considered Prescott (638-7595) for Vernon), on Hwy 284 or country band. If inter-
1170- Found ness in Florida. Commissioners Office at at such meeting or hear- Brian McIntyre 584 Martin additional information Shell Landing Rd. To ested call 850-249-8559
1331 South Boulevard, ing, he or she will need a Luther King Dr. Chipley, P Hinson Cross- roads. Drivers or 850-276-2169.
IC SSf Attention of the bidders is Chipley, Florida. record of the proceedings, FL. 32428 S Big 3 family yard sale, Drivers: HOME DAILYI
^ 1100requirements as to condi- LEGAL DESCRIPTION OFPaksmo Top pay and benels Healthcare
tons of employment to be PARCELS AFFECTED BY he or she may need to en- Uve Oak, FL. 32060 1150 8am-12noon. 1570 South Pd. Holidays/Time
ADVERTISEMENT FOR observed and minimum PROPOSED AMEND- sure that a verbatim rec- iamPis Waye Thank-You St. Jude for Blvd. across from Trawick Off+Perksl s & L/T Immediate Opening
ADVERTISEMENT wage rates to be paid un- MENT ord of the proceedings is34982Ave Fort Pierce F the miracle. Please inter- Construction. Large men, Disability. CDL-A w/X, Licensed Physical Ther-
BIDS der the Contract, Section made, which record in- Cathy McCullough 2648 cede for us before Our women, toddler girls & 2 5 Y O A apy Assistant (PTA) start-
WASHINGTON COUNTY 3 Segregated Facilities, Proposed Change from cludes the testimony and Sasnett Lane Westville God, Our Lord Jesus. mix sizes boys clothes 866-FLA-ROCK. ing salary $47,840. Com-
COMMISSION Section 109, Executive Or- Low Density Residential evidence upon which the FL. 32464 GM. MMiscellaneous. petitive salary and bene-
der 11246, and all applica- Use to General Commer- appeal is based." FS Bonifay Seventh Day Ad- fits. Please fax resume to
FALLING WATERS ble laws and regulations cial Use. Petition for Land 286.0105 Furniture and miscellane- Young Male doctor ventist Church on Mathu- 850-415-1967
BIKEPATH of the Federal Govern- Use Change submitted by As published in the Wash- ous Items: looking for female sehek St., across from
ment and State of Florida. Sheran Whitaker and ington County News Octo- companion 18-28 for IGA will host a yard sale, Educational Healthcare
NOTICE TO RECEIVE Penny Pettis, the property ber 27, 2007 Contents maybe re- travel and good times. Fri., Nov. 2, 10m-2pm.
SEALED BIDS Washington County is an ownerss. deemed by owner prior to Looking for someone House full of furniture, ANNOUNCEMENT OF Interim Healthcare has
The WASHINGTON loyer and encourages The purpose of this Land IN THE CIRCUIT COURT ses. Ae toa ne different Please shop full of tools, poo ta- VACAoNC Y an immediate Hopeninga
�COUNTY BOARD OF minority and women U s e OF THE 14TH JUDICIAL sales thout ti and photo & int o to ble , 161/2x7 foot trailer. October 17, 2007 in the Sunny Hills area.
OUNTY CM SI owned businesses to par- Change/Comprehensive CIRCUIT IN AND FOR sales without notice drto as7yoo.co t see to appreciate. 40 hours week for a
COUNTY COMMISSION- l a .com October 24th until gone. POSITION LPN. Hours are
ERS will receive sealed icipate in this project as Plan Amendment is to al- WASHINGTON COUNTYThis sale is scheduled for 1018 Scenic Hill Circle, Paraprofessional/Interpret Mon-Thurs. Please call
bids from any qualified prime or sub-contractor. low for development of a FLORIDA November 10, 2007 at 1 SBonifay. 844-0264 er for Hearing Impaired at 482-2770 or stop by
portion interested in con- Bids will be received until (mini-warehouses) and a NOTICE OFSALE age, 1333 Main St., Chip- r Moving Sale- November School apply.
structing the following 3:00 RM. Central Time, on 10,000 square foot ley, Florida 32428. 3, 2007. 8:00-Until. 736 apply
'pstruoject he following November 13, 2007 at theoffice/warehouse building.CASE NO. 67-07-CA-315 As published in the Wash- 5th Street, Chipley. Furni- QUALIFICATIONS 60 or
Washington County Com- FINANCE ngton County News Octo- ture, toys, clothing and More Semester Hour or Management
mission Office at 1331 CHASE HOME FINANCE More Semester Hour or Management
FALLING WATERS mission Office at 1331 HAE HOME FINANC ber 27, November 3, lots of misc. items. Associate of Arts or Asso-
BIKEPATH South Blvd. Chipley, FI, Legal Description of Par- LLC, successor by merger 2007. * * Weather permitting only. ciate of Science Degree or PT/FT Sales- Hibbett
32428 and will be opened el: MORTGAGE CORPORA- PNTH Semi-Annual 9 mile Corn- Has Passed the Para-Pro Sports is opening soon
Plans and specifications andread a atth T .&ANI unity yard sale, Satur- Exam/Evidence of Sign in Chipley. Send re-
can be obtained at: Washington County Con- Parcel 1: TIN, 2100- Pets day, November 3rd, 7a.m. Language Skills sumes "ATTN DM" to:
mission Office at 3:05 Plaintiff, TOWN OF WAUSAU RE- 2110- Pets: Free to until. 8 miles north of 411 Mary Esther
Washington County Ad- p.m. on November 13, That part of the South One vs. ADAM a/k/a QUEST FOR QUALIFICA- Good Home Westville, 5 miles South of Cutt-Off NW, Unit C, Ft.
ministrative Office, 1331 2007 The Board reserves Half of the Southwest One VICKY ADAMS a/k/a TIONS (RFQ) 2120- Pet Supplies New Hope on Hwy. 179-A. DESCRIPTION OF DU- Walton Beach, FL.
.South Blvd. Chipley, FL the right to reject any and Quarter or the Northwest VICKY B. ADAMS,eta., 2130 - Farm Animals/ Hundreds of items. TIES 32548 or e-mail to
32428. all bids. One Quarter of Section 4, Defendant(s)., The Town of Wausau, FL Supplies A Copy of the Job De- Lee.Gordon@hibbett.com.
Township 1 North, Range seeks to hire and enter 2140 - Pels/Livestock Yard Sale- November 2nd scription is available from Hibbett Sporto
'There will be a mandatory Cost for Plans and Spec 14 est, Washington NOTICE IS HEREBY a continuing contract, Wanted & rd at 797 Sncair ., the Washington County conducts drug testing.
pre-bid meeting on No- cations will be $150.00 per County, Florida described GIVEN pursuant to an Or- as defined by FS 287.055 cn Chi p I ey. 8: 00- Until. School Board Office www.hibbett.conm.
member 2, 2007 at 3:00 set and is non-refundable, as: Begin at an existing der or Final Judgment (2) (g), with a duly li- Household, misc items.
p.m. at 1331 South Blvd. Checks should be made concrete monument mark- Scheduling Foreclosure censed and certified Flor- Yard Sale- Saturday Octo- SALARY Based
Chipley, FI 32428. payable to Preble-Rish, ing the Southwest Corner Sale entered on October ida engineering firm for 2100 ber 27, 2007, 7:00-till. on Washington County Other
Inc. of the Northwest 1/4 of 19, 2007in thiscasenow the provision of general U.K.C Registered Blue- 1350 Cypress Ave., Chip- District School Board Salary
Completion date for this As published in the Section 4, Township 1 pending in said Court, the municipal engineering ser- tick Puppies for sale. ley, behind Express Lane. Schedule (6 hour Mystery Shoppers, get
project will be 120 days Washington County News North, Range 14 West, style of which is indicated vices. The services ex- 850-773-3313. Several misc. items. position) paid to shop! Retail/dining
for base bid and 90 days October 27, 2007. Washington County, Flor- above. pected of the chosen can- establishments need un-
for Alternate 1 and 2 from NOTICE OF CHANGEIN didate will include bardSale, Friday & Satur- DEADLINE U n t iI derercover clientsto judge
the date of the Notice to along the West line of said I will sell to the highest be limited to professional ,ayc-t.obge l
edaeseNte to REGULATIONAFFECTNorthwest 1/4 for a dis- and best bidder for cash lin! 1665 Flowing Well Rd.Earn up to $150. a day.
Proceed presented to the ING in then| 2130 iBethlehem area. 547-2353HOW TO APPLY Submit all (888)-523-1013.
successful bidder. Wash- THE USE OF LAND tance of 655.68 feet to an in the WASHINGTON planning, design, assis- Bethlehem area. 547-2353 HOW TO APPLY Submit Call (888)-523-1013.
ington County reserves iron rod; thence1293 JACKSON AVENUE, tance with grant applica- Donkeys, Jacks and Yard Sale: Friday, Satur- a Washington County
the right to select one bid- S8821'57"E for 900.01 1293CHIPLEY, FLORIDA 32428VENUE, tions, inspection of con- Jennys, reasonable day, November 2nd & 3rd. School Board Employ- Trades
der for all projects or indi- Washington County is feet to an iron rod set on atCHIPLE FLORIDA 32428 struction and maintenance priced. -Registered black at Blesses Trinity Catholic ment Application and
vidual bidders for separate considering changing the Westernmost right-of-way of 11:00Decemb., 2007 of a variety of public works and white paint horse, irre- Church, 2331 Hwy. 177-A Resume' to: Want An Opportunity
road improvement proj- use of land for the parcel line of State Road Number a o ecbe facilities, including road, descent blue eyes in foal. Bonifay Elizabeth Taylor, Director with a growing company?
ects. . The contract described by the legal de- 77 (100 foot right-of-way), the following described water, and sanitary sewer $2500. call 850-259-1073 of ESE and Student Ser- Want to work hard and be
timeframe w contact n e scribtionypresetedabelowthence S3310'21 "W along property as set forth in systems. Applicant firms vices rewarded for it? Reed
timeframe wi goi- scription preshsented below sai right-of-way fr said Order or Final Judg- should be qualified and Grain fed steer ready for652Third Street Concrete and Construc-
County and any individual In accordance with the650.77 feet to an iron rod; ment, to-wit: able to conduct several freezer. He weighs 7 to 3300 Chipley, Florida 32428 tion, Inc., in Bonifay would
cont ractor thatd is awarded Small Scalne Amendmenthe thence N8806'13"W for LOT 2, SUNNY RIDGE assignments simultane- 800 pounds. Call Bales of hay for sale. 850-638-6222, ext. 2241 like to talk with you.
an individual roadim- Review Provisions of the iron; thence S032'45"W47 SUBDIVISION, AS RE- ously in the areas of plan- 850-547-4978 $5/per bale. 535-2264 850-547-5767
provement project. Liqui- Florida Administrative for 102.72 feet to a con- CORDED IN PLAT BOOK ning, design,atnd con-Hay: square bales, horse I Buy Coins
dated damages for failure Code a Public Hearing will traction observation, con-Hay: square bales, horse iIBuyCoins |
to completethe project on be hed by the Washing- create monument set on 3, P AGE 234, PUBLIC duct research and engi- quality, coastal bur. $5.00 Silver-Morgans-Gold Office Manager
the specified date will be ton County Planning Com- the South line of the said RETON CORDS OF WASHING- neering feasibility studies a bale. 850-547-3709 Located Chipley area. Chipley, FL
set at $500.00 per day. mission (the designated Northwest 1/4; thence TON CO SUBDIVISION B FLORIDAfor public works projects, 1-877-809-8715.
N88�16'36"W along the SAID SUBDIVISION BE- frdulimorkseprojets,
Please indLocal Planning Agency) thin 79fee ING LOCATED IN SEC- ise in roadway and bridge Cell # call Selling Judy's Country Florida Freedom Newspapers is seeking a hands-on
Please indicate on the en- and the Washingtonto the Point of Beginning. TION 20, TOWNSHIP 3 design, surveys, hydrol- 850-527-4136 Blue Beauty Shop, includ- accounting professional to take on the role of Office
veope that his is a sealed County Board of CountyNORTH, RANGE 12 ogy, hydraulic engineer- 527-4136 ing building and equip- Manager at The Washington County News in Chip-
bid, the project name, and Commissioners to solicit Parcel Ih: WEST. ing, coastal engineering,- mnt. Will need to be ley, FL. The position will involve a great deal of or-
what the bid is for. public comment concern- coast engmoved. $15,000. der entry and customer service. The candidate will
ing the proposed Land A parcel of land co- a/k/a: 506 PIKE POND water supply and sewer 547-5655 or 768-0165 need to read and interpret financial statements, as-
Along with the bid, con- U s e mencn at a point where RD., CHIPLEY, FL. 32428 engineering, subvision sist in the preparation of forecasts and budgets, co-
tractors are to submit a Changes/Comprehensive eSou1th lineo S A n ordinate human resources and payroll data, perform
bid bond amounting to 5 Plan Amendment. t ofthe NW i ofSe ANY PERSON CLAIMING Wstorm water management cash reconciliation and deposits and be a function-
percent tion 4, Township 1 North, AN INTEREST IN THE systems. Applicant firms in mmr f th manamnt tam
fore finalizing a contract, The public hearing to re- ton 4, Township 1 North, SN RE T should demonstrate their Broc Nr si of h management team.
contractors are to furnish view these proposed the West R/W-linef Hig SALE, IF ANY, OTHER ex s nce LeolaBrok Nurser Position offers the ability to make a productive im-
performance, labor and changes will be held by LL PlEy ali with L ants, trees and act in a positive work environment and features a
material bonds amounting the Washington County way #77; thence run West THAN THE PROPERTY sall federal and state agen- shrubs. Landscape de- etitive pay and benefits package
tia odsamountn WshignCouno 200 feet; thence North 100 OWNER AS OF THE fde n hrub ndsa pc a positive work eniron and features a
to 100 percent of contract Planning Commission on cies, specifically including sign, landscape contract-
sum. An authorized agent November 6, 2007, at5:00 feet; thence Eastto said DATE OF THE LIS PEND- theFDOT, FDE and 3100 - Antiques ing, irrigation systems.Florida Freedom Newspapers is a drug-free
who is a resident in Flor- PM or as soon thereafter Highway R/W; thence ENS MUST FILE A CLAIM ACOE. 31100- Appliances 1788 White Road, Bonifys Florida Freedom Newspapers is a drug-free
ida, who is qua resident in Flor- PM or as possible, isoon thereafter South along said R/W line WITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER 3120 - Arts & Crafts FL 32425 (Washington workplace and equal opportunity employer.
3130 - Auctions
the execution of such in- missioners Meeting Room to the Point of Beginning. THE SALE. Applicants should first 3140 - Baby teams County) (850)638-1202; Interested candidates should e-mail or fax their
struments, shall counter- located at 1331 South Being in Section 4, Town- submit a statement Of 3150- Building Supplies 3261500
sigrumentse bonds al counter- located at 1331 rd, Chipey, F ship 1 North, Range 14 ENTERED at WASHING- qualifications without 3150 - Building Supplies 326-150 resume and salary requirements to:
sign these bonds and the Boulevard, Chipley, Flor- West, Washington County, TON County, Florida, this reference to fees or Equipment .
bond shall have attached ida. All interested mem- Florida. 19 day of October, 2007. ati , fewhi 3170 - I cm es JoanKirkland@link.freedom.com,
thereto Power of Attorney bers of the public are en- Florida. 19 day of October, compensation, which 3170 - Collectibles / , \ JoanKirkland@link.freedom.com,8049
of the signing official. courage to attend. Linda Hayes Cook extent possible all items 319 - Electronics or apply online at
PARCEL IDENTIFICATION As Clerk, Circuit Court etenoth possbeadallistemswww.emeraldcoast.com/employapp.
Bids, accompanied by the The public hearing to re- WASHINGTON, Florida set forth above and a list 3200 - Fre wood coasoy
Public Entity Crime State- view these proposed N U M B E R of five (5) local project - 3220 - Furniture Equal Opportunity Employer - Drug-free Workplace
ment and Bid Bond, must changes will be held by d As Deputy Clerk a eee $3230 - Garage/YardS
be submitted upon the the Washington County and As Deputy Clerk 500,000 and were per- 3240-0Gunsa
standard forms furnished Board of County Commis- 00000000-00-3020-0000 SPEAR & HOFFMAN PA. formed in the last three (3) 3250 - Good Things to Eat E
by Preble-Rish, Inc. The sioners on November 15, CoDaONTAINS 08 AR ,SP EAR & HOFFMAN A. years. The project refer- 3260 - Health & Fitness
bid Preble-Rimust conform cto Sec- son2007, at n5:00N PM or 15as CONTAINS 10.48 ACRES tear eciveen-ences shall include client 3270 - Jewelry/Clothing 4100 - Help Wanted
tion 287.133(3) Florida soon thereafter as possi- 9700 South Dixie Highway contaject descinformaiption, a brief 3280- nd Equipment Informationery 4130- Employment
Statutes, on public entity ble, in the Commissioners Pursuant to the provisions Suite610 the applicants project 3290- Medicaldescription, and Equipment Information
crimes. The right is re- Meeting Room located at Pursuant to the provsons Florida 331560 - Mecdical Equipment
Telephone: (305)670-2299 manager for each project. 3310 - Musical Instruments
...... --As published in the Wash- The Town will choose the 3320 - Plants & Shrubs/ Ii-4100 \ C P IC
,.,.ngton County News Octo- firm, which in its opinion, Supplies Administratve
io barn27 Noembercto3is best qualified as set 3330 - Restaurant/Hotel
Sber 27, November 3 i287.055 and 3340-Sporting Goods
/ CET 2007. then proceed to negotiate 3350- Tickets (BGuy& Sell) Office departments need Are you an energetic and dependable
C E INVITATION TO BID a continuing contract for help. Fast growing worker? If so, you qualify for an
Services with applicable international trade
THETri-County Community hourly fees and magazine is in need of opportunity to launch your career with a
JOB DONE! Council, Inc., is accepting compensation as I 3100 energetic, outgoing, growing company! You must be willing
bids on one of the build- appropriate, mature-minded, responsi-
is on e o he build- a appropriate.ble, individual to assist in to travel and have valid ID and SS card.
5 Center located 2499 Cy- Interested firms should several departments- Come by, introduce yourself and fill out
press Street, Westville, FL. submit the requested marketing/sales and
Sfor: information delivered no Antique editorial. Position is an application. (EOE)
later than 3:00 p.m., No- Antique Vanity, large mir- located n Bonifay, FL.
Call On O OUr Replace Roof with Metal member 7, 2007 to: Town ror original knob $215 Hours 84:30 PM MF, We offer great benefits to qualifying
v r n d th Tin Roof. of Wausau, 1607 2nd AveL (850)773-1293 soed Te esho rep e employees such as 401k, group medical
" d-visors and put the For additional site informa- (850) 638-1781. The Town Wanted To Buy antiques, sentation requires some and dental insurance, employee stock
:lo nfn d "� o (tion please contact Joel of Wausau, FL is a collectibles gold silver, ra e majority wopurchse, action, life nd LTD
C II d Paul @ 547-3689. drug-free TO ment and an equal oppor- paintings, call Al Schmidt telephone, and mail. insurance; uniforms and per diem.
Bids must be submitted unity employer. 850-638-7304 Non-smoking, comforta-
W O RK FO R YO U by 12:00 p.m., November As published in the ------ble, relaxed working envi- ,lt't p_,y'(u
01, 2007 to the following Washington County News - ronment Typing speed 45
address. Proof of license, October 27, 2007. wpm;, ,MS Outlook;W C,.Adobe ,/ i.
LfLII UM II~ VVdU


WASHINGTON COUNTY

NEWS
(850) 638-0212

HOLMES COUNTY

TIMES-ADVERTISER
(850) 547-9414


required insurance and
permits (if required) must
be provided.
Tri-County Community
Council, Inc.
302 North Oklahoma
Street; RO.Box 1210
Bonifay, FL. 32425.
Tri-County Community
Council, Inc., reserves the
right to reject any and all
bids. Must comply with
Davis-Bacon Act.
As published in the Wash-
ington County News Octo-
ber 27, 2007.


COLOR SELLS!
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COLOR! .
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and be noticed! .
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or
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For Sale- voice; customer-oriented
LUMBER-LUMBER-LUM- team player mandatory.
BER 850-638-8722 OR Send resume, references,
850-260-2858. and requirements to: PO-
850-260-2858SITION, P Box 660, Bon-
^ ifay, FL 32425-0660
Avon Representa-
3S22u 4 tives needed in Boni-
fay, Chipley,
B&B Furniture 1342 Graceville, Wausau,
North RR Avenue, Chip- raceville, Wausau,
ley. We pay cash for Vernon, Caryville,
clean, quality furniture. Ponce de Leon. Ask
850-557-0211 or about mini-kit.
850-415-6866. Ask for 850-547-1 640.
Pasco or Carolyn Dwayne Atkins ISR


tnce' 1946"
We are now hiring
-Welders
-Mechanics
-Class A CDL Drivers
-Equipment Operators
-Construction Crew Laborers
www.trawickconstruction.com
1555 South Boulevard / Chipley, Fl
850.638.0429


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* 8 * Washington County News * Saturday, October 27, 2007


41003L I 4100
Trades
Trades
Roofers, shingle layers. HELP WANTED'
Lots of work, good pay. Experienced HVAC
Chipley area. Must be 18. Service Tech. Pay de-
Call (850)638-8428 pends on experience.
Paid Holidays, Sick
Trades ILeave, Vacation, Local
Trades Work. Call
The Washington 850-6258-7274.139
County Board of 50-25-4
County Commissioners
is currently accepting
applications for a Heavy
Equipment Operator I eN.
position for the Public
Works Department. /
Graduation from stand-
ard high school or gen-
eral education degree
(GED) is required. Go
t 0
www.washingtonfl.com
and click on the Em- REAL. ESTATE FOQR REN.'
ployment tab for further
requirements. Backhoe 6100 - Business/
operator experience is Com mercial
preferred. The starting 6120- Beach Rentals
hourly rate is $10.16. 6130 - Condo/Townhouse
Application deadline - 6140 - House Rentals
Oct. 29, 2007 at 3:00 6150 - Roommate Wanted
p.m. All questions re- 6160 - Rooms for Rent
garding this position or 6170 - Mobile Home/Lot
other vacancies should 180 - Out-of-Town Rentals
be directed to the Hu- 61900- Timesharen Rentals
man Resources Depart- 6200 - Vacation Rentals
ment, 850-415-5151.


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Executive Office Graceland Manor Apart- For Rent- 3BR, 1'/V2BA Furnished room for rent. 426 2nd St., Chipley. 2/3 Land for Lease app. 110 1972 Dart Swinger- 6 cyl,
space for lease on ments. Rental assistance Brick House. Call $575.00 month, $100. de- bedroom, 2 bath,like acres grazing or hay pro- good shape, runs. Car is
Brickyard Rd. Great on 1, 2, and 3 bedrooms. 638-1918 or 638-4478. posit. Shared kitchen and brand new, beautiful lot, duction only. 30 acres in Vernon. Must sell.
location across from Handicapped and bathroom with one other 1290 sq. ft. 3 acres. Only Russell bur. 80 acres ba- $2500. 850-271-3305.
Chipley High School. non-handicapped accessi- For Rent- Large country lady tenant. Price includes 45 minutes to Panama hia. 850-547-3709 2003 Impala LS
638-7700 ble apartments. 850 home in Alford. 4BR/2BA, all utilities. For application City Beach. Owner may fi- Nice building lot inside V6 4DR, Champaign
----263-4464, TDDf/TY 711. carport, fenced yard. $800 call: JoAnn 547-0011 nance or give cash back. Chipley city limits. Color, One Owner, Avg
Executive Office Space 5445 Brown Street, a month plus deposit. In- $159,900 obo. 100x300, $28,900. Possi- 30MPG, Loaded, Very
for rent downtown Chip- Graceville, FL. Equal formation or application . (314)346-3303 ble owner financing. Clean, Great Condition,
ley. 638-1918 housing authority call 850-579-4317. 850-785-4621 81K Miles $7995. (850)
For Rent- Commercial of- ||l - For Rent- Like New 6170 near lake, wood patio, ex- 272-1945
fice space near downtown 2BR/2BA. South of Chip 2 - 2 bedom oilers, to- tra storage, new 2005 Chevy Aveo, 4 cylin-
Chipley. Approx 2 - 2 bedroom trailers, to-w
100Sq.Ft. Call 6140 ley. No pets, smoke free. tal electric. $275. and one washer/dryer, Pergo 7160der, auto, ac, spoiler,
850-638-1959. 1 Bedroom house and 2 $ 5 0 0 / month $300. Call 850-548-5541 floors. $110,000. 1995 16x80- 3/2 w/new alloys, more. Clear Title,
bedroom mobile home, 850-685-2353. _:_199(8 77813$000.mi850-5547-2986
Office for rent in Bonifay mob 3 5 8;carpet, paint& appliances. 40,000 miles, 34 mpg.,
Office for rent in Bonifay Bonifay area. Deposit re- Nice clean Houses For Rent- 2 Mobile (850)260-1814 Bank has reduced price. $9,000. 850-547-2986
city limits. 1056 SF, quired, No pets 547-5007 Apartments, Mobile Homes, 2BR/2BA. Outside Call Brad 850-763-7280. leave message.
handicap accessible, Apartments, Moble B y owner 747 Gilbert d PontiacVib
paved parking lot. Gor- 3BR/1BA, 1600 SF block. homes for rent..... Chipley. $400 a month + By owner 747ive Chipley 1998 1x80 w/ireplace 2005PontiacVi be
geous building inside & 2 miles North of Chipley 4BR/2bath brick home for deposit. No pets. 3BR/.BA. Newly Re- 3/2. Glamour bath, huge 40,500 miles, 4 door,
out. 768-0320 on 10 acres. $700 a sale 850-547-5085 or 850-547-4232.modeled. (w) 718-2268; master bedroom. Call automatic, new tires,
month, $700 deposit. Pet 850-547-2531 (h)547-2937 Brad, 850-763-7780. power windows & locks,
,- --- friendly. Mobile Homes for rent in -------------780 AC, CD. Really good gas
Cublishrendy. Cottondale on Sapp Road, Hsoab2003 16x80- Zone III. 3/2. mileagel! Can be seen at
3BRH 3BR/2A BA 1200 SF,+-. Publisher's 8 miles eastofChile House for sale by owner. Can go to Gulf & Franklin "Rogers Insurance"
S 611 CH/A, paved road, by new Ntice 3BR/2BA and 2BR/2BA 5 acres, fenced, 3 bed- Counties. Call Brad 638-1805; 638-4116
2BR/2BA. New carpet, re- Vernon school. Privacy available. Total electric, large sunroom, totally For Sa,2fulle, 97 Cadillabac Dethroov-ms, 850-763-7780.
frigerator& stove. Chipley. fence back yard, beautiful All real estate advertising in (850)258-4868; 209-8847 large New front kitchen model e, Slen and dlependa-
$525, S/D $250. No HUD. lot, indoor laundry. $645 a this newspaper is subject to www.charloscountryliv- electric, appliances, plus w . H me spl- le . a
No pets. 850-638-3306. month. 850-248-2059. the Fair Housing Act which dishwasher, 20x40x10 14x60, 2/1. Home has Ply- ble. $6000. Call
ope - . o. makes it illegal to advertise ing.com in-ground swimming pool. wood floors, refrigerator 850-260-5375
For rent Bethlehem area 1 bed- "any preference, limitation or 40x60 barn, 12x24 w/icemaker. Last 2007 left.
Sleepy Hollow room cabin, excellent con- discrimination based on The Park at 2350 shop.Reduced to Call 850-763-7780.
Apartments edition, $400. month and race, color, religion, sex, 3BR/1BA $425 $200,000 Call
Apartments edition, $400. month and handicap, familial status or 3BR/2BA $450 850-638-4861. 8
& lawn care included, proved, Call 850-547-5195 tion, to make any such pref- 547-3746 2002 Jeep Liberty sports,
HUD not accepted. erence, limitation or dis- fully loaded, 6 cylinder,
638-7128 For Rent- 3BR/1 1/BA, Ole crimination" Familial status erd----,--
638712 Country Home. South of includes children under the low mileage, pristine, like
- a Bonifay off Hwy 79. No age of 18 living with parents 4 . 7 10 . new, black, $9,500.
smokers, no pets. $800 or legal custodians, preg- F 850-263-0085
month , iiiasld +epoie nant women and people se- ' For Sale: 8 acres in . .
.,reur do : ,rg custody of children Campbleton, FL., has well MO INE
a1 o r,,o.aor18, and fish pond. $55,000. tOMO L IM U "SlNE"
4 3BRI2BA, Nornn H/,, -9 Tr,,. newspaper will not Call 850-263-9178 8100 - Antique & Collectibles 8140
w1in Itorage -uio.ing r, r nc..-vingly accept any adver- 8110-Cars 2005 Pontiac Van, 7 pas-
-^ -a ' No pe 00 estate whic REAL ESTATE FOR SALE M n Lad 8120 - Sports Utility Vehicles senger, power windows,
Soption to buy. ation 1-800-669-9777of the law. The 7140 - Farms & Ranches Duncand Finance. 5 acres 8130 -Trucks front & rear air. CD & DVD
1e0 I Sr BLIa ati-ree hereby informed 710 - Homesor more for houses only, 8140 - Vans
.,"-I ....,Lease tc equired ,o78 e all dwellings advertised or player,-tinted windows.
S,, roomerF. $950 a 7110- Beach Hroperty cash. Low d wn pasture. 3 mi-ent, 8310- AiCommrcraft/Aviation 11HP motor. Made by



I tyyou ounth, first & last, + de- y71-Out-of-Town low monthly payments. 8320 - ATV/Off Road Vehicles Cushman. Has dump bed,.
can en on. ri 5474480 refer eon a equal opportunity Property le South of Chipley. 816330 - CaMotorcycles $950. 850-638-8722 or
et' _ pede -'_nsd ._.'_:, To complain of dis- 7120-Commercial Highway 77, Gainer Rd., 8170- Auto Parts 6388980
_ . For Rent- 3BR/2BA home crimination call HUD toll-free 7130 - Condo/Townhouse Houston Rd., Beadle Rd., & Accessories
with option to buy. at 1-800-669-9777. The 7140 - Farms & Ranches Duncan Community Rd:: 8210 - Boats
1600+SF on South Buvd, toll-free number for the hear- 7150 - Lots and Acreage Buddy Rd., (4) five acres 8220 - Personal Watercraft
just outs t de Chipley city ing impaired is 7160- Mobile Homes/Lots n 50681 83- Sailboats 8 20
t 1-800-927-9275. 7170 - Waterfront (8) ten acres (5) bighac-8240- Boat & Marine
limits. Detached studio 7180 - Investment res. Owner financing or. Supplies For Sale- Hunting Buggy.
room, 384SF. $950 a V Property cash. Low down payment, 8310 - Aircraft/Aviation 11lHP motor. Made by
Sod SoSod Quality you month, first & last, + de- 7100- Out-of-Town low monthly payments. 8320 - ATV/0ff Road Vehicles Cushman. Has dump bed.
can depend on. Irrigated, posit & reference. ,,,, Real Estate Call Milton Peel for infor- 8330- Campers & Trailers $950. 850-638-8722 or
weed & pest controlled. 850-260-1001. 7200 - Timeshare mation 850-638-1858 8340 - Motorhomes 850-260-2858.
Centioede and St. Augus-


experience and tine. Delivery and installa-
references.offering com- tion available. 8 miles SW
panionship, cooking, of Chipley for easy cus-
housekeeping, driving, at tomer hauling. Call any-
reasonable rates. time. Billy and Leola Brock
547-4159 (850) 638-1202; 326-1500




Carpentry, pressure For Rent first in Chipley,
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house repair needs. Call All sizes for rent. We fur-
James S. Howell (850) nish the lock.
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