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Novi gat.e the Coast

Vernon may not have summer library program

Staff Writer
Vernon may not have a sum-
mer library program for children
in 2008.
"Right now, unless we get
committed interest, it's not go-

ing to happen," said Washington
County Children's Librarian Zedra
Library staff met recently to
establish next year's schedule. She
said only four children participated
in Vernon's program last summer.
"We decided that the costs as-

sociated with offering the program
do not justify it, with so little par-
ticipation, Hawkins said.
Vernon Branch Manager Doro-
thy Pichardo does not understand
why the summer children's pro-
gram does not attract more interest.
She said the program is publicized



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Kiwanis News
Guest speaker at Tuesday's
Kiwanis meeting was
Dave Hingson, minister to
students at the First Baptist
Church of Chipley.
Page 3

Wausau Garden Club
Members of the newly
formed Wausau Garden Club
held a sidewalk craft sale Dec.
14 in the downtown area.
They had holiday wreaths,
ribbons and ceramic cups
filled with wrapped candies.
Page 4

Season greetings from pit
road. This is about the only
time you will find any peace
and quiet in any garage area,
but among racing fans there
is the off season buzz in the
air. Everyone has a Christmas
wish list, and NASCAR drivers
are no different.
Page 6
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Doyle talks about
the spirit of the
Tuskegee Airmen
Managing Editor
"Our purpose tonight is to
honor a person who is not from
the neighborhood," Otis Doyle
said about his father, Edward,
"but to honor someone who is not
only part of Black American his-
tory but of American history."
The history Edward Doyle
came to tell was that of the
Tuskegee Airmen, a group of
young African-Americans who
answered the call to arms in
World War II. The young pilots,
aircrew, mechanics and support
personnel had to overcome the
racial prejudice of the pre-war
American military, but were able
to prove their worth many times
over in defending their country.
Doyle told his story to the
Family and Community Outreach
Committee at Ebro City Hall
Thursday night.
Doyle's story started when he
graduated from Phyllis Wheatly
High School in San Antonio,
Texas in 1941. He found a job at
nearby Duncan Field working on
airplanes and the Army Air Corps
recruited him as a mechanic.
Just before World War II as
part of the general mobilization
of the nation, the Army decided
to try an "experiment." They

Jay Felsberg/WCN
Left to right: Bruce Smith presents a plaque of appreciation
to Edward Doyle for his presentation.

would form the all-black 99th
Pursuit Squadron (later 99th
Fighter Squadron) and train
them in a segregated environ-
ment. Before President Harry S.
Truman desegregated the armed
forces after World War II Afri-
can-Americans served primarily
in segregated units.
Tuskegee University was
awarded the U.S. Army Air Corps
contract to help train America's
first Black military aviators be-
cause it had already invested in
the development of an airfield,
had a proven civilian pilot train-
ing program and its graduates

performed highest on flight ap-
titude exams. So Doyle headed
off to Alabama to Morton Field
at the university. He soon found
the life of an aircraft mechanic
had its challenges.
"We arrived from Kelly Field
(Texas) and a truck came by
carrying a plane and it was all
in pieces," Doyle said. Many of
the aircraft arrived that way (or
ended up that way after an oc-
casional wreck during training).
"Sometimes they brought them
from other places. Some had a lot
See DOYLE, page 2

through fliers sent home with stu-
dents, in area newspapers and on
a public service channel on televi-
sion, just like the more successful
program in Chipley.
Pichardo said she had good par-
See LIBRARY, page 2

'Project Pipe'

update is

provided at

BOCC meeting
Staff Writer
Project Pipe "sounds ready to
purchase the whole 70-acre parcel"
in Washington County's industrial
park, county engineer Cliff Knauer
told Washington County Com-
missioners Thursday night. The
company had already agreed to
purchase only about 25 acres to get
started in Chipley, because the rest
of the acreage was likely to be tied
up in wetland permitting issues.
Florida Dept. of Environmental
Protection determined that the tract
of interest contains fewer wetlands
than expected. Only four acres are
considered high quality wetlands
that cannot be touched. An ad-
ditional four or so acres must be
mitigated for. That mitigation will
require that the county set aside 80
acres for conservation.
Knauer said the yet-to-be-identi-
fied industrial manufacturer seems -
ready to move forward. In fact, the
company asked Knauer if he would
complete the company's site work
and permitting. He asked Com-
missioners for their approval at the
Dec. 20 meeting, which they gave
after getting a legal opinion from
county attorney Gerald Holley.
Knauer reported that Chamber
of Commerce President Ted Ev-
erett, an aide from Gov. Charlie
Crist's office and he met recently
with company representatives to
discuss moving forward on the
company's plan to locate an opera-
tion in Florida.
In other business, Commission-
ers approved for the Equestrian
Center advisory board to spend
$4,300 from its advertising pro-
ceeds to bring an Alabama High
School Rodeo Association event
to Washington County in March or
April. Parks and Recreation Direc-
tor Dave Corbin said the group ex-
pects to recoup some of those funds
through gate and concessions.
Commissioner Ronnie Finch
wondered aloud why money is
being spent, rather than generated.
Commissioner Jerry Sapp said,
"It's a good starting place. I can
see it generating at least $1,500.
There is still a cost, unless you get
sponsorships from businesses who
will benefit from the rodeo coming
to town."
Corbin also said a private rodeo
sponsor is set to begin operating
a monthly rodeo from the site in
March or April. Details of this con-
tract were discussed at a previous
Commission meeting.
Commissioners denied a request
by Byron Pierce, fire chief of the
Five Points Volunteer Fire Dept.,
See BOARD, page 2

Crime Watch
i Crime never takes a day off, and local law
enforcement was in action last week and
made several arrests.

Page 2

Inside This Week
Years Ago...............Page 5
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Classifieds........... Page 7
USA Weekend..Inside

Jay Felsberg/WCN
Left to right: Otis Doyle listens to his father, Edward Doyle, tell the story of the Tuskegee
Airmen at Ebro Thursday night.

A part of American history

comes to Ebro

2, Washington County News, Saturday, December 22, 2007

f ,/ Two local men arrested on multiple charges BOARD
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Mary Paramore/WCN
The Vernon Library Branch Manager spends more
time in Chipley than in Vernon, now that the library
is open just 10 hours each week. The library might
experience a second blow, with the proposed can-
cellation of its summer children's program.

Continued from page 1

ticipation when the daycares
were open, but Vernon now
has no such facilities. She
said the program has been
tried in mornings, in eve-
nings and later in the sum-
mer so it does not conflict
with summer school.
"We just can't get the
parents to bring the kids,"
Pichardo said.
Washington County's
summer, library programs
for children are scheduled
for one and a half hours
each week and features story

Continued from page 1

of mileage and had been in
crashes, but that was what
we had to use. They sent us
the wrecked planes and we
took them apart and saved
the parts. There were parts
off of this one, and parts off
of that one."
Many of the young me-
chanics had worked on. their
own cars and had consider-
able natural and learned
skill. The training was as
exact as any in the Army Air
Corps, so the planes were
well maintained.
While Doyle and his com-
panions kept the planes fly-
ing, friends in high places
were making sure the Tuske-
gee project received support.
Eleanor Roosevelt heard
about the project and vis-
ited Tuskegee in 1941. The
"brass' was understandably
nervous -due to the visit of
such an important person,
Doyle said, and soon had
cause to be more nervous.
"Mrs. Roosevelt wanted
to fly," Doyle said.
"They wanted her to fly
-with a white pilot but she
-said no, she wanted to fly
with a black pilot." The
-brass gave Mrs. Roosevelt
to C. Alfred "Chief" Ander-
son, the top instructor and a
skilled commercial pilot. As
history relates, Mrs. Roos-
evelt enjoyed her flight and
returned to the White House
to urge FDR to fully support
that Tuskegee effort.
And the effort paid off.
From 1940-1946,some 1,000
black pilots were trained at
Tuskegee. About 450 of the
pilots who were trained at
TAAF served overseas in ei-
ther the 99th Fighter Squad-
ron or the 332nd Fighter
The 99th Fighter Squad-
ron trained in and flew P-40
Warhawk aircraft in combat
in North Africa, Sicily and
Italy from April 1943 until
July 1944 when they were
transferred to the 332nd
Fighter Group in the 15th Air
Force. The all-black 332nd
Fighter Group consisted
originally of four fighter
squadrons, the 99th, the
100th, the 301st and the
302nd. The group's record
was among the best of the
war (see related article).
Doyle said that a special
treat at Tuskegee was the
presence of the great scientist
George Washington Carver.
Carver, whose fame in de-
veloping products from the
peanut and other crops was
world renowned, was held

time and crafts. At pres-
ent, Hawkins has scheduled
programs for K-2 and 3-5
in Chipley, Sunny Hills and
Country Oaks, with consid-
eration being given to offer-
ing a program in Caryville,
as well.
This is the second blow
to Vernon's Public Library.
In September, Library Man-
ager Linda Norton asked
Washington County's Board
of County Commissioners to
approve the Vernon Library
being open just 10 hours per
week to save money during
the county's budget crisis.
That request was approved.'

in great respect by both the
students and the Air Corps
personnel. Everyone may
have been chatting and car-
rying on before Dr. Carver
entered the auditorium, but
when he entered "the noise
went right down," Doyle
said. "That's how much they
respected him."
Doyle had a successful
career after the war, not only
serving as San Antonio's first
African-American bailiff,
but also as a successful con-
tractor. He still remembers
his days at Tuskegee and the
role the Tuskegeee Airmen
played in American history.
"We just flew," Doyle
said. "We just had some guys
who wouldn't give up and
we didn't.
"We were prayerful too. It
was God's will that this hap-
pened when it did. We were
humble and tried as hard as
we could, and God blessed
the operation. God had His
hand over all of us."

Chipley Police Depart-
ment reported that officers
were busy practically all
night Saturday and most of
the day Sunday with crimi-
nal investigation. At about
1:00 a.m. Sunday morning
police began investigating a
burglary at Kings Discount
Drugs where three firearms
were stolen. By daybreak
they were investigating
damaged ATM machines at
Capital City Bank, Wacho-
via Bank, and the Bank of
Bonifay's Chipley branch.
A Bonifay Police officer
apprehended both suspects
in Bonifay. It turns out the
suspects also tried their luck
with ATM machines in Boni-

fay, and BPD was also on
the hunt for them. Bonifay
Police Department reported
that they allegedly attempted
to break into ATM machines
at Regions Bank and the
Bank of Bonifay using a
hammer and other tools, but
with no more success than
in Chipley. They were ap-
prehended at the intersection
of Hwy. 90 and Hwy. 79,
according to BPD.
While attempting those
burglaries the suspects had a
loaded .380 automatic stolen
from King's in their posses-
sion. BPD reported that the
suspects headed to Wal-Mart
to buy ammunition after
stealing the guns.

Arrested are:
Adam S. Hickman of
Panama City. Charges in
Chipley: Felony criminal
mischief, armed burglary,
grand theft (firearm). Charg-
es in Bonifay: Two counts
each of felony criminal mis-
chief, armed burglary, grand
theft (firearm).
Lance A Olmstead of
Bonifay. Charges in Chipley:
Principle felony criminal
mischief, principle armed
robbery, principle grand
theft (firearm).
Charges in Bonifay: Prin-
ciple felony criminal mis-
chief, -principle armed rob-
bery, principle grand theft

Facts about the Tuskegee Airmen from the University of Tuskegee

*The first aviation cadet
class began in July 1941
and completed training nine
months later in March 1942.
Thirteen started in the first
Five successfully com-
pleted the training, one of
them being Captain Ben-
jamin 0. Davis, Jr., a West
Point Academy graduate.
The other four were commis-
sioned second lieutenants,
and all five received Army
Air Corps silver pilot wings.
Future Air Force general
Daniel, "Chappie" James,
was a Tuskegee graduate.
James was the first-ever
black four-star general.
*From 1942 through 1946,
994 pilots graduated at TAAF,
receiving commissions and
pilot wings. Black naviga-
tors, bombardiers and gun-
nery crews were trained at
selected military bases else-
where in the United States.
Mechanics were trained at
Chanute Air Base in Rantoul,
Illinois until facilities were in
place in 1942 at TAAF.
*In June 1943, the Tuske-
gee Airmen entered into

combat over North Africa.
The airmen exemplified
courage, skill and dedica-
tion in combat. They flew
P-39-, P-40-, P-47- and P-
51 type aircraft in more than
15,000 sorties, completing
over 1,500 missions dur-
ing the war. When the war
ended, the Tuskegee Airmen
returned home with 150 Dis-
tinguished Flying Crosses,
Legions of Merit and the
Red Star of Yugoslavia. The
group was deactivated in
May 1946.
*The Airmen's success
during World War II not
losing a single bomber to
enemy fire in more than
200 combat missions is a
record unmatched by any
other fighter group. The
tenacious bomber escort
cover provided by the 332nd
"Red Tail" fighters often
discouraged enemy fighter
pilots from attacking bomb-
ers escorted by the 332nd
Fighter Group.
*The 99th Squadron dis-
tinguished itself by being
awarded two Presidential
Unit Citations (June-July

1943 and May 1944) for out-
standing tactical air support
and aerial combat in the
12th Air Force in Italy, before
joining the 332nd Fighter
*The 332nd Fighter Group
was awarded the Presiden-
tial Unit Citation for its lon-
gest bomber escort mission
to Berlin, Germany, March
24, 1945.
It destroyed three Ger-
man ME-262 Jet fighters and
damaged five additional jet
fighters without losing any
of the bombers or any of its
own fighter aircraft to enemy
*The 332nd Fighter Group
had also distinguished itself
in June 1944 when two of its
-pilots flying P-47 Thunder-
bolts discovered a German
destroyer in the harbor of
Trieste, Italy.
*C. Alfred "Chief" Ander-
son earned his pilot's license
in 1929 and became the first
black American to receive a
commercial pilot's certificate
in 1932, and, subsequently,
to make a transcontinental

to officially operate a sub-
station in Poplar Head. He
has been working on getting
equipment there to begin a
sub-station to help residents
there reduce their insurance
fire rating.
Commissioners asked for
the advice of Roger Hagan,
emergency manager for the
county. He apologetically
disagreed with Pierce's as-
sessment that everything was
ready to go.
"Some of the fire chiefs
who signed off (on an ar-
eas-of-responsibility map)
told me they signed in haste.
There is no one person in
charge of fire departments
and the responsibility has
never been assigned to EMS.
These lines (on the map) are
five years old. We need to
look at them," Hagan said.
To Commissioners, Hagan
said; "You asked me and you
asked me in public. The lines
are probably where they are
supposed to be, but... To
Pierce, he said, "I commend
you for your foresight, but
nine of the departments are
not here today."
After Pierce's request was
denied, he and Hagan left to
discuss the matter privately.
Pierce and Hagan soon re-
turned and told Commis-
sioners that the Fire Chiefs
Association will meet Jan. 3
to discuss the map.
Commissioners also
awarded a bid to complete
work on the Falling Waters
bike path to Jones Construc-
tion in Marianna.





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Saturday, December 22, 2007 Washington County News, 3


Guest speaker at Tues-
day's Kiwanis meeting was
Dave Hingson, minister to
students at the First Baptist
Church of Chipley, who spoke
about the fact that we all can
be "ministers of Christ",
whether we
realize it or
not. Wecan
do this by !
"living a
lif e out
loud", i.e.,
living so
people can
see Him liv- Hingson
ing in us.
Hingson told those in at-
tendance that many Ameri-
cans don't live that way...and
that according to statistics
69 percent of the people in
this country don't believe
the Bible is God's exact
word. Also, that only 50
percent of Americans know
that Genesis is the first book
of the Bible, 43 percent say
there is no such thing as
the Holy Spirit, 33 percent
believe that Jesus never had
a physical resurrection, and
that 19 percent believe Jesus
sinned while on earth.
Hingson said that statis-
tics about people claiming
to be Christians show that 24
percent of churchgoers read
their daily horoscopes, 22
percent believe in astrology;

More Heritage
Books available
The third printing of the
popular Heritage of Wash-
ington County book arrived
Aug. 17, according to Perry
"There are only a few
copies left of the fast-selling
books," he said.
Books are available
by calling Wells at 850-
638-1016 or by mailing

Submitted photo
A vocal trio of Ellis Wimberly, associate Minister of
Music, (left) Dan Colletti (center) and First Baptist
choir member Mike Jacobs (right) sang a moving
rendition of "I Can See the Light" at the Tuesday
Kiwanis meeting.

20 percent believe in reincar-
nation, 11 percent believe
in channeling; eight percent
believe they have lived a
previous life and that 55
percent of American church-
goers believe in or have
participated in at least one of
the things mentioned above.
And, Hingson said, we won-
der why we're not impacting
the world like we should.
But, Christians can and
must "preach the word and
clearly proclaim God's
truth" if we are going to "live
a Christian life out loud."
He pointed out that people
seem to "desire to blend
in rather than stand out".
And he asked those in
attendance..."Has the world
around us changed us...or
have we changed it"? '
Also at Tuesday's meet-
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.

Raffle for
Exclusive Gentleman in
Graceville at Graceville Out-
let Shopping Center at 951

ing, guest Dan Colletti,
minister of music and ad-
ministration at the First
Baptist Church of Chipley,
led those in attendance in
singing "My.Country Tis of
Thee," and three Christmas
carols, "Joy to the World,"
"Away in a Manager," and
"0 Come, All Ye. Faithful."
Colletti, Ellis Wimberly, as-
sociate Minister of Music,
and First Baptist choir mem-
ber Mike Jacobs then sang "I
Can See the Light."
Kiwanians were remind-
ed that no meeting will be
held next Tuesday, Christ-
mas Day, nor the following
Tuesday, New Year's Day.
The regular monthly Board
of Directors meeting will be
Tuesday, Jan. 8, at 8 a.m. at
the Community South Credit
Prim Ave., Unit 20, will hold
an open house on Saturday,
Dec. 22 from 10 a.m. to 6
p.m. There will be a raffle
for Christmas for Children
to win a $100 gift certificate
for the store.
All proceeds will go to
buying toys for less for-
tune children in the area for
Call 516-480-5599 or
527-0326 for information.

Submitted photo
Degree Seekers visit UF
The Degree Seekers Outreach Program is designed to provide experiences
in healthcare to underrepresented groups in medicine in Washington County.
The group visited the University of Florida College of Medicine on Oct.19 for
a day of tours and learning. The students learned how to apply to a state
university, how to complete the admissions process and .apply for campus
housing and financial aid. Tours included a look at the labs, the dialysis units
and autopsy suite and other areas in the Health Science Center.

fund-raiser for
playhouse Jan. 10
Tickets are on sale for
'Skits-O-Phrenia,' a fund-
raiser for the Spanish Trail
This is a one hour show
full of comedy skits and
vinettes starring Kevin Rus-
sell, Chris Calton and Austin
This event will be held
at the Chipley High School
Auditorium at 7 p.m. on
Thursday, January 10,2008.
Tickets may be purchased
from any Spanish Trail Play-
house board member (Kevin
Russell, Trish Payne, Cher-
yl Withrow, Valerie Park,
Tiffani Wolfe and Zedra
Hawkins), the Washington
County Public Library or the
Washington County Cham-
ber of Commerce. Tickets
are $10 each.

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4, Washington County News, Saturday, December 22, 2007


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New home for Library bear
All you npn-winners: Grin and bear it. The Washing-
ton County Public Library's bear has found a new
home. It is earlyl" Christmas, and bear in mind
that the drawing was held on Monday, Dec. 17, at
5:30 p.m. to celebrate the occasion. Close exami-
nation will bear out the fact the Wausau Public Li-
brary originally received the bear from Morgan and
Malinda Locke. Susan Cook, the branch manager
from Wausau, brought pressure to bear to move
it to the main library in Chipley so more patrons
could enjoy the experience. The winner, Catherine
Nelson, certainly did not bear a grudge when she
was notified of her good fortune. It does not bear
repeating that she was thrilled, saying that it would
be nice to have the bear around.the house for the
holidays. The drawing raised $70 for the Wausau
branch. This has been the "bear" facts, folks.

Club holds


Staff writer
Members of the new-
ly formed Wausau Garden
Club held a sidewalk craft
sale Dec. 14 in the down-
town area. They had holiday
wreaths, ribbons and ceramic
cups filled with wrapped
A Santa made from a
Coca-Cola bottle was a high-
light of the sale.
Most of the bottle was
painted red to represent San-
ta's suit. He wore a small
red hat with white band and
pompom, and the face and
beard were painted on.
The club was formed this
past September with 16 mem-

TCC transportation
Tri-County, Community
Council,.Inc. provides non-
emergency transportation to
medical appointments and
referred destinations on the
following days.
Times shown are the ac-
tual time in that area. Please
arrange your appointments
within these time frames.
All routes are coordinated
and a 24-hour advance res-
ervation is required. Next

Donna Dykes/WCN.
Selling crafts made by members of Wausau Garden Club are, from left, Nancy:
Hagan, Laura F. Tiller, Joan Stallings and Roxanne Bush. Jay Glasgow is
behind Hagan.

bers. They meet the third
Wednesday of each month
at Wausau Town Hall.
A Christmas party will be

day appointments need to be
in by 12 p.m. the previous
working day.
*Marianna Tuesday and
Thursday 9 a.m. to 12
*Panama City Monday
through Friday 9 a.m. to
12 p.m.
*Dothan. Monday,
Wednesday, and Friday 9
a.m. to 12 p.m.
Medical trips to Defuniak
Springs, Geneva, Crestview,

held at the Dec. 19 meeting.
The group has something
special planned for Jan. 19,
2008, which is Arbor Day.

Niceville, Fort Walton and
Fort Rucker can be sched-
Out of area trips to Gaines-
ville, Lake City Montgom-
ery, and Birmingham will be
coordinated with Walton and
Washington counties.
Stretcher service is also
available and coordinated
through the agency.
Local trips are available.
For a round-trip of eight
miles or less, the cost is

They intend to dedicate a
tree to Mr. and Mrs. John'
Barr Glenn, founders of

$5. An additional charge of
$2.50 is added for each four-
mile increment. Local trips
must be called in advance.
For more information on
Holmes County's Communi-
ty Transportation Program,
call 547-3688, Monday Fri-
day from 8 a.m. 4:30 p.m.

Submitted photo
Donation to Red Cross
From the left: Kathy Walsingham, Student Council
sponsor, presents Elizabeth Holmes, American Red
Cross representative, with a check for funds raised
during Homecoming week as Kyle Newsom, VHS
assistant principal looks on. Vernon High School
Student Council organized several events that in-
volved most VHS students. During Homecoming
Week, students participated in the Pickle Barrel,
which is a way to raise funds for student council
activities; half of these proceeds were given to the
American Red Cross. Funds were also raised by
students giving monies to see a specific teacher
get pie-in-the-face during an assembly. There will
also be a pizza party for the class raising the most
funds for this worthy cause. All of these events to-
gether raised $1,350 for the American Red Cross.

GED courses
Holmes County Library, Washington-Holmes Technical
Center and Tri-County Transportation have joined together
to promote Adult Basic Education and GED preparation
classes in Bonifay and Chipley.
They will offer free GED classes, flexible schedules, open
enrollment, official GED practice tests, possible transpor-
tation assistance for those 18.and older and a $20 savings
toward cost of GED.
For more information call Bonifay, 547-5811 and in
Chipley call 638-1180 ext. 313 or 315.

Senior companions needed
Senior companions are needed by Elder Care Services,
Inc. Anyone 60 or older and living on a limited income is
invited to investigate the program.
Volunteers will receive assistance with an annual physical
examination. They will be reimbursed each month at 44.5
cents per mile and receive a tax-free stipend (hourly pay,
not counted as income).
The Senior Companion Program "gives you an opportu-
nity to serve your community," reports Gina Smith of Elder
Care Services.
For more information, call her at 547-2511.

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Pursuant to Florida Statutes, the Washington County Planning Commission will conduct a public hearing at the County Commissioners
Meeting Room, located at 1331 South Boulevard, Chipley, Florida, on Tuesday, January 8, 2008, at 5:00 p.m., or as soon thereafter as
possible, as the issue may be heard to consider amending the Comprehensive Plan for the area shown within the map in this advertise-
ment (the unincorporated portion of Washington County, and the municipalities of Caryville, Ebro, Vernon, and Wausau.) Amendment
07-CIE involves changing/updating the Five-Year Schedule of Capital Improvements Element of the Comprehensive Plan for unincor-
porated Washington County, the municipalities of Caryville, Ebro, Vernon, and Wausau, and the Sunny Hills Municipal Services Benefit
Unit (MSBU.)
Also pursuant to Florida Statues, the Town of Ebro will conduct a public hearing at the Ebro Town Hall located at 6629 Dog Track Road,
Ebro, Florida, on Tuesday, January 8, 2008, at 6:00 p.m., or as soon thereafter as possible, as the issue'may be heard to consider adoption
of Amendment 07-CIE.
Also pursuant to Florida Statues, the Town of Caryville will conduct a public hearing at the Caryville Town Hall located at 443,6 Old
Spanish Trail, Caryville, Florida, on Tuesday, January 8, 2008, at 6:00 p.m., or as soon thereafter as possible, as the issue may be heard
to consider adoption of Amendment 07-CIE.
Also pursuant to Florida Statues, the Town of Wausau will conduct a public hearing at the Wausau Town Hall located at 1607 Second
Avenue, Wausau, Florida, on Thursday, January 10, 2008, at 6:00 p.m., or as soon thereafter as possible, as the issue may be heard to
consider adoption of Amendment 07-CIE.
Also pursuant to Florida Statues, the Town of Vernon will conduct a public hearing at the Vernon Town Hall located at 2808 Yellow
Jacket Drive, Vernon, Florida, on Monday, January 14, 2008, at 7:00 p.m., or as soon thereafter as possible, as the issue may be heard to
consider adoption of Amendment 07-CIE.
Also pursuant to Florida Statutes, the Washington County Board of County Commissioners will conduct a public hearing at the County
Commissioners Meeting Room located at 1331 South Boulevard, Chipley, Florida, on Thursday, January 24, 2008, at 5:00 p.m., or as
soon thereafter as possible, as the issue may be heard to consider adoption of Amendment 07-CIE, to include Sunny Hills Municipal
Services Benefit Unit (MSBU.)
The proposed changes to the Comprehensive Plan are available for review at the Washington County Planning Office at 1331 South
Boulevard, Suite 209, Chipley, Florida, or at the Town Halls, as listed above.

The purpose of the Public Hearings is to receive comments and make decisions regarding the above matter. All interested members of
the public are encouraged to attend. Public hearings may be continued from time to time as may be necessary:
The amendments will be accomplished by adoption of Ordinances set forth by title as follows:
Pursuaht to the provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act, any person requiring special accommodations to participate in these
meetings is asked to advise the County at 850-638-6200 at least 48 hours before the meeting. "If any person decides to appeal any deci-
sion made by the board, agency, or commission, with respect to any matter considered at such meeting or hearing, he or she will need
a record of the proceedings, and that for such purpose, he or she may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made,
which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is based." FS 286.0105

Saturday, December 22, 2007 Washington County News, 5

Submitted photo
Kids enjoy their presents thanks to Operation

Submitted photo

Sheriff Bobby Haddock addresses diners at the Washington County Council on Aging.

Operation Christmas delivers a happy Christmas

There wasn't a hungry
person to be found as Sheriff
Bobby Haddock and depu-
ties treated those at Council
on Aging to a home-cooked
meal and delivered food
baskets to homebound resi-
dents throughout Washing-
ton County on Monday as
part of Washington County
Sheriff's Office's Operation
Christmas Program.
The information was sent
in a news release from the
Deputies have worked
since September on several
fundraising projects which
helped raise the money need-
ed to provide food baskets,
blankets, toys, clothes, bikes
and various other items.
More than 51 food bas-
kets containing over 1,500
non-perishable food items
were given out to residents

5 YEARS AGO, 2002
Four Florida Lotto tickets
shared an estimated $200
million jackpot. One of the
winning tickets was bought
in Bonifay. The others in
Jacksonville, Fort Pierce and
Marco Island.
Math instructor JoAnn
Everett, received the Fac-
ulty/Administrator of the
Month Award at Chipola
Junior College.
Deputy Paul Strickland
announced winners of the
D.A.R.E. essay contest at
the graduation ceremony for
students at Kate M. Smith
Elementary. Receiving $50
U.S. Saving Bonds were
Brittany French, Oscar Har-
mon, Alyssa Munns, Amber
Junod, Kiley Rehberg and
Mariah Carter.
10 YEARS AGO, 1997
Agnes Jones, 97, was
the oldest person at the an-
nual Christmas party spon-
sored by Washington County
Council on Aging.
Inmates at Holmes Cor-
rectional Institution made
wooden toys as Christmas
gifts for needy area chil-
CHS football awards were
presented to: Kevin Duffell,
Most Improved; Phillip Mer-
riel, Outstanding Defense
and MVP; Adrian Council,
Outstanding Offense; Chip
Flater, Ideal Chipley Tiger;
Jim Mattox and Will taylor,
15 YEARS AGO, 1992
Cassie Prichard won the
preschool showmanship
trophy at the Washington
County Youth Fair.
Jacqueline Andrews of
Vernon Elementary School
answered the question: What
would you do if you were
president? She said, in part,
"I would make rich people
pay more taxes than people
who are poor. Poor people
should not have to pay tax-
Low enlistment in the
National Guard in Wash-

in Washington County who
were not able to leave their
-home to participate in the
Council on Aging dinner.
The final distribution of
Operation Christmas will be
held on Saturday, Dec. 22
when deputies will distribute
toys, bikes and clothing to
approximately 200 prerse-
lected children who were
identified by the schools as
being in need of assistance
this year during Christmas.
"This program is some-
thing that our own Deputy
Doug Smith, Deputy David
Riley and.wife Tamara and
victim's advocate Angie
McDonald started working
on during the last part of this
year and were able to get a
huge amount accomplished
in a relatively small amount
of time," said Haddock.
"We know that it is only

ington and Holmes counties
'threatened to close the units
the coming year.
30 YEARS AGO, 1977
Chipley "Fireman of the
Year" awards were earned
by Phillip Pippin, Mike An-
drews and Jason Alderman.
Caryville residents de-
cided to abolish an ordinance
that eliminated the mayor's
job, and voted to return John
Ed French to his former
Woodman of the World
presented six boxes of fruit
to HRS for Christmas dis-
tribution to deserving area
45 YEARS AGO, 1962
Chipley Kiwanis Club
arranged Santa's visit to
Chipley. He was greeted on
arrival at the state park by
Jimmy Smith, Ulyssee Har-
rison and H.S. Benton.
H.T. Waller of Vernon
received a football scholar-
ship to FSU.
A one-year-old setter dog
was auctioned off at Buddy
neel's Livestock market.
Proceeds went to the 1963
Rattlesnake Rodeo spon-
sored by the Washington
County Sportsman's Club.
55 YEARS AGO, 1952
The worst cold snap of
winter brought tempera-
tures down to 24 degrees,
cold enough to crack motor
blocks in cars unprotected by *
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard
Gordy announced the ar-
rival of a daughter, Eliza-
beth, Dec. 4 at Washington
County Hospital.
Attorney General Richard
Ervin ruled that "apprecia-
tion days" held by Chipley
merchants did not violate
state gambling laws.
65 YEARS AGO, 1942

because several of those in
the community pitched in to
volunteer their time, money
and other resources that we
were able to provide for this
many people.
"We can't express how
grateful we are to this com-
munity for their generous
heart, demonstrated in a big
way during this Operation
Christmas Program."
Washington County
. Sheriff's Office would like
to thank the businesses,
schools, citizens and the
many others for their con-
tributions and support of this
year's Operation Christmas
While this year's Opera-
tion Christmas Program is
drawing to a close, deputies
are looking forward to get-
ting an early start on Opera-
tion Christmas 2008. Dona-

Mary Virginia Gilbert, a
student at Huntingdon Col-
lege, spent the holidays with
her parents in Chipley.
Mr. and Mrs. H.S. Bailey
had as s house guest his sis-
ter-in-law, Mrs. L.O. Bailey
of McKeesport, Pa.
Mrs. B.G. Thompson re-
turned to her home in Lum-
ber City after visiting her
mother, Mrs. A.T. Camp, and
other relatives.
75 YEARS AGO, 1932
Elkin Fowler and Leon-
ard Gilbert visited friends in
Dothan on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. S.R. Mitch-
ell. and three daughters of
Perry spent Saturday after-
noon and Sunday with rela-
tives in Chipley.
The Rev, E.M., Rooks,
who grew up in Orange Hill,
was reassigned to his pastor-
ate in Ortega.
Visiting in Dothan were
Mrs. Lee Sheppard, .Miss
Rilla Gilbert, Mrs. Roy Stro-
man and Mrs. Charles To-
Invitations were mailed
announcing the approaching
marriage of L.D. McRae to
Annie Cook. It was planned
for Dec. 24 at the Baptist
Jordan Taylor was plan-
ning to rebuild his mill
which had been hit hard
by freshets during the past
several months.

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6, Washington County News, Saturday, December 22, 2007

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SNASCAR's Christmas Wish

Johnson finds rough road

at the Race of Champions

Mattias Ekstrom, the 2006
Race of Champions winner,
pulled off the seemingly impos-
sible at Wembley Stadium on
Sunday, beating the ever-domi-
nant Michael Schumacher in
The Race of Champions final.
the battle
down to
the wire,
both super-

h e a t Johnson
claimedlt up a small lead on
one win ho pulled out all
each in theing to catch him. It
best -to be however, as of-the
three final. his car in a dash
In the lastcheckered flag.
h "I didn't a t, ohnson
event," E ksstrom
built up a small lead on
Schumacher, who pulled out all
the stops trying to catch him. It
was not to be however, as the
German spun his car in a dash
for the checkered flag.
"I didn't start off very good
but it's turned out to be a nice
event," Ekstrom said. "At the
end of the day everybody wants
to win the ROC. To come here

in front of all the spectators to
this nice event, for me I really
enjoy it every time."
Reigning NASCAR Cup
Series champion Jimmie
Johnson didn't fare well in the
exhibition event. Johnson lost
to Champ Car champion
Sebastien Bourdais in the first
"I missed my breaking
point before the tunnel, I under-
steered and this mistake made
me lose the race even though I
was ahead," Johnson said after
the race. "Not a good day for
me but maybe I'll see you next
Overall it wasn't a success-
ful trip across the pond for
Johnson. Earlier in the day,
Johnson lost to seven-time
Formula 1 champ Schumacher
in the ROC Nations Cup which
takes two drivers from each
country in a battle to see which
country is the fastest.
The United States, featur-
ing Johnson and eight-time X
Games champion Travis
Pastrana, lost to Germany in the
first round.

Hornish gets big score

NASCAR has approved
Penske Racing's request to
transfer the owner points from
Kurt Busch to Sam Homish Jr.,
a move that locks the three-time
IndyCar Series champion into
the first five races of next sea-
Homish publicly thanked
Busch for giving him the points
at the Penske holiday party on
Friday night. Bud Denker, sen-
ior vice president of Penske
Corp., confirmed Saturday that
the team would swap the points
with NASCAR's approval.
Robin Pemberton,
NASCAR's vice president of
competition, said the sanction-
ing body had signed off on the
"This would obviously help
Sam as he prepares to run the

RidiNq ThE

Driven Kyle Petty
Owner: Kyle Petty
Points: 2814
Points out of 34th: 42
Points ahead of 36th: 147
Place Owner
33 Joe Custer
34 Bill Davis
35 Kyle Petty
36 Glen Wood
37 James Rocco
38 Dietrich Mateschitz

first five races instead of pre-
pares to qualify for the first five
said. "With
a champion
like Kurt
Busch and
the oppor-
tunity to
utilize [the
would be Homish
foolish to
not take care of the situation."
Hornish, a former
Indianapolis 500 winner, is
leaving that series for NASCAR
next season. But his No. 77
Dodge wouldn't be one of the
35 cars lockedd into the first five
races of the year.

Kyle pretty
Johnny Sauter
Dave Blaney
Kyle Petty
.Bill Elliott
Scott Riggs
Brian Vickers


Season greetings from pit road.
This is about the only time you will find any peace and quiet
in any garage area, but among racing fans there is the off season
buzz in the air.
Everyone has a Christmas wish list, and NASCAR drivers
are no different.
Here is few items that are probably appearing on those wish
Dale Earnhardt, Jr., is looking forward to a new start with
'Hendrick Motorsports and a return to victory lane.
Way down the list June Bug, which is a nickname given to
Little E by Darrell Waltrip, has a Sprint Series Championship,
but a couple of wins would definitely be something to cheer in
Erin Crocker definitely deserves a new start in 2008.
After a rough and rocky 2006 the midget series champion
rebounded her personal/media nightmare by winning the
Speedway Championship in the ARCA-RE/MAX Series in
Now she is looking for a fresh start, possibly with a new
team as she wants to become the first female to race regularly on
the Sprint Series.
Another person who deserves a chance to race, but might not
get the quality ride he deserves is Joe Nemecheck.
Front Row Joe took over a struggling ride after Jerry Nadeau
suffered a major head injury.
Nadeau's career might be over, but Bobby Ginn and his pipe
dream of developing a three car program to compete against the
likes of Hendrick Motorsports, Dale Earnhardt, Inc., Penske
South, Roush-Fenway Racing, and those properly funded race
teams ended and Nemecheck lost his ride.
He is racing \jith Furniture Ro\\
Nloiorsport,. but tihe\ are not as
conipeLitie as a race program that
Nemecheck deser- es
Michael \Valtrip is a lot
smarter than his countrN -
bumpkin altitude
shows s

NEXTEL Cup Final
Driver Behind
1. Jimmie Johnson
2. Jeff Gordon
3. Clint Bowyer
4. Matt Kenseth
5. Kyle Busch
6. Tony Stewart
7. Kurt Busch
8. Jeff Burton
9. Carl Edwards
10. Kevin Harvick


Busch Series Final
1. Carl Edwards
2. David Reutimann
3. Jason Leffler
4. Kevin Harvick
5. David Ragan
6. Bobby Hamilton, Jr.
7. Stephen Leicht
8. Marcos Ambrose
9. Greg Biffle
10. MattKer .*h


Waltrip might not win again, but he definitely deserves to
enjoy being a competitive race car driver once again.
The same goes for Ken Schrader.
Schrader will race anything with four tires, an accelerator,
and a steering wheel, but for some reason the magic has faded in
NASCAR's top series.
He wins in every other series, but he deserves one more win
The final wish on the NASCAR list is for the fans.
Without the millions of fans filling the stands each year and
those who watch it on television there would be no NASCAR.
With that in mind every one of them deserves to see the
fastest 43 cars fielded in ever race.
It shouldn't matter if Jeff Gordon or some other dirver might
miss a race after they use up his past champion provisionals they
may have accumulates.
Hey guys it is called racing...Merry Christmas.

Truck Series Final
1. Ron Hornaday
2. Mike Skinner
3. Johnny Benson
4. Todd Bodine
5. Rick Crawford
6. Travis Kvapil
7. Ted Musgrave
8. Matt Crafton
9. Jack Sprague'
10. David Starr


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
8. Justin South -1,325
9. Bryan Silas -1,570
10. Josh Krug -1,625 .

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f B gand contain- rOrders, and Western Un- FOR SPECIAL EXCEP- #F26YCW08447 ing, one box giblet
ing 10.33 acres, more or fatwood delivered up to 30
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT THE STATE OF FLORIDA, less and less a 30 foot ion. are the only other al- LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF TION TO THE WASH- 88 Toyota White VIN miles for $65.00 3320
OF THE FOURTEENTH and the taxpayers, road easement on the ternatives accepted. PARCELS AFFECTED BY INGTON #1NXAE89GDJZ503456 850-547-2215 Leola Brock Nurseries
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN property owners and citi- West side and being par- As published in the Wash- PROPOSED AMEND- COUNTY LAND DEVEL- LLC P tree and
AND FOR WASHINGTON zens thereof, cel #W-13 of an unre- ington County News De- MENT OPMENT CODE (LDC) 01/15/08 Firewood For Sale; LLC Plants, trees and
COUNTY, FLORIDA including non-residents corded plat. member 1, 8, 15, 22, 2007. 01 Ford Explorer Black pickup or delivery,1 V shrubs. Landscape de-
CI\IL ACTION owning property or sub- NAME IN WHICH AS- Proposed Change from V I N or full cord. All seasoned sign, landscape contract-
Sowning property or sub-SESSED : Chester Car- Agriculture/Silviculture to Washington County is #1FMZU67E01UA76825 hardwood. Call for prices ing, irrigation systems.
CASE NO.: 67-07-CA-361 ject center Commercial (General) considering an application and'. availability. 1788 White Road, Bonifay,
DIVISION: to taxation therein, and all Said property being in the Use. Petition for Land for a Special Exception 01/19/08 ,... 850-209-5370 FL 32425 (Washington
others having ordaiming county of Washington, NOTICE OF APPLICA- Use Change submitted by Type V for the parcel de- 96 Chevy 4 DR Blue VIN Green oak fireplace 326 ()638-1202;
TAYLOR, BEAN AND any right title or interest in State of Florida. Unless TION FOR TAX DEED Varnum & Associates, scribed by the legal de- #2G1W152M9T9203678 wood with dry wood for
WHITAKER MORTGAGE property to be affected such certificated shall be Notice is hereby given, Inc., the petitioners) and scription presented below, sale. $60.00 for a good for S -
CORPORATION, by the issuance of Bonds redeemed according to that Ethel & Matthew Bert Moore Trustee and 1/25/08 soad Call 547-0828 frag
Plaintiff described in the Corn- the law, the property de- Dillion the holder of the Creek Bank Trading Corn- In accordance with the 89 Volvo White VIN load. Call547-08283340
plaint, scribed shall be sold to following certificate, has pany (Thomas D. Sims III) Washington County Land #YViFA8842L2415286 3340
vs. the highest bidder at the filed said certificate for a the property ownerss. Development Code (LDC) 95 Chevy 4 DR White VIN 4-Wheelers F6r sale
Defendant courthouse door on Janu- Tax Deed to be issued a public hearing will be #1GIBL52P5SR168652 r 3220 starting at $450. 2232
JAMES B. HYDE, et al, ary 21, 2008 at 10:00 AM. e The purpose of this Land held by the Washington 94 Cadillac Deville Gray I Hwy. 179, Bonifay, 22
Defendantss. Dated this 21 day of No- thereon. The certificate U s e County Planning Commis- V I N B&B Furniture 1342 milesN, ofCaryville on
NOTICE AND ORDER TO member, 2007 number and year of issu- Change/Comprehensive sion (the designated Local #1G6KD5232SU209716 North RR Avenue, Chip- Hwy. .179 N. Wileford
NOTICE OF ACTION SHOW CAUSE LINDA HAYES COOK ance, the description of Plan Amendment is to al- Planning Agency) and the As published in the Wash- ley. We pay cash for Forehand or earl Fore-
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT the property, and the low for commercial/office Washington County Board ington County News De- clean, quality furniture. hand 850-548-5765
TO: JAMES B. HYDE TO THE STATE OF FLOR- COURT names in which.it was as- development. of County Commissioners cember 22, 2007. 850-557-0211 or
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS: IDA THROUGH THE WASHINGTON COUNTY, sessed are as follows: to solicit and consider 850-415-6866. Ask for Hunting
1557 BRUNSON ROAD STATE ATTORNEY FOR FLORIDA CERTIFICATE NO. 245 public input concerning Pasco or Carolyn
CARYVILLE, FL 32427 THE SECOND JUDICIAL BY: J C Rogers, Deputy YEAR OF ISSUANCE 05 Legal Description of Par- the proposed Special Ex- Furniture & Mattresses HUNTING LEASE
CIRCUIT, THE TAXPAY- Clerk DESCRIPTION OF PROP- cel: caption Type V as defined Low, low, low overhead WANTED by Panama City
CURRENT ADDRESS: ERS, PROPERTY OWN- WARNING: ERTY by the Washington County 'guarantees low, low, low g r o u p
UNKNOWN ERS AND CITIZENS THERE ARE UNPAID ,Parce#00-1147-0000 Parcel 1 Land Development Code prices. P&S Discount Fur- Woodland/farmland for
NEREAND CIIZN TAXES ON PROPERTY ..1#0114-0 (LDC), and applied for by 110.0 niture, Chipley. (Since deer & dove. Will pay top
LEISA HYDE WHICH YOU OWN IN Lot number 112 in ChipleyCommence at the North- Blue Springs Acres, LLC, 1973) 850638-4311 dollar Call John
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS NONRESIDENTS OWN-WHICH YOU HAVE LE- Heights, Dekle Land Corn- east corner of the South- the property ownerss. COLOR SELLS! (850)774-0909.
1557 BRUNSON ROAD ING PROPERTY OR SUB- GAL INTEREST THE pany subdivision of the west 1/4 of Section 31, This Special Exception if Get Your Classified, P-"".
CARYVILLE, FL 32427 JECT TO TAXATION PROPERTY WILL BE West half of the Southwest Township 1 North, Range granted will allow for the Ad in B ;__
THEREIN, AND ALL SOLD AT PUBLIC AUC- Quarter of Section 3, 16 West ofl Washingo.:.n location of a Mining Oper- COLOR! | 3260
CURRENT ADDRESS: OTHERS HAVING OR TION ON January 21, Township 4 North, Range County, Florida, irence ation (Sand/Borrow Pit) to Call now for details For Sale, Treadmill, Exer-
UNKNOWN CLAIMING ANY RIGHT, TI- 2008 UNLESS THE BACK 13 West, as per plat on file run NS98 2-44 W 107454 be developed and oper- and be noticed cise Bike, & Universal
TLE OR INTEREST IN TAXES ARE PAID. TO in the office of the Clerk of fee l to re F'Po:r cr Begmrr ated in an area designated 638-0212 Weight Machine and
ANY AND ALL UNKNOWN PROPERTY TO BE AF- MAKE ARRANGEMENTS the Circuit Court of Wash- i-,1. merne conlrue for Agriculture/Silviculture or Desktop Gateway com-
NfJ88-'_1 4 4V,-1i 10300 feel. Future Land Use. 547-9414 puter. 547-4198.
PARTIES CLAIMING BY, FECTED BY THE ISSU- FOR PAYMENT OR TO ington County, Florida. ten-4 3ue S ture Land Use. 5479414 puter. 547-4198. 06'5"
AA INST HEREIN UTILITY, OFTHEBONDS FORMATION, CONTACT SESSED Mattie Powell & tre riortherly Right ol Way the application for the 1
DEFENDANT(S) WHO HEREINAFTER MOR IMMEDIATELY AT O. Daisy Richardson Imne :.I Slate Roa.o 20 Special Exception Type V 1120 320 4100 Help Wanted
ARE NOT KNOWN TO BE PARTICULARLY DE- BOX 647 OR 1293 JACK- Said property being in the trence SE6811 43'E .along will be held by the Wash- 4130 Employment
DEAD OR ALIVE, SCRIBED, OR TO BE AF- SON AVE., SUITE 101, county of Washington, s id R.ghl of Way line ington County Planning REWARDI $500-$1000 For Sale, Ladies 10K gold Information
WNETHER" SAID UN- FECTED IN ANY WAY CHIPLEY, FLORIDA State of Florida. Unless -10 )10 eei. hence .Jde Commission at 5:00 PM or paid for Florida County rings. 850-352-4265, PO
KNpWN PARTIES MAY THEREBY: 32428, OR TELEPHONE su.:r. cernw.caie. sr.aili e pannra .aid Rigr.I l Wavy as soon thereafter as pos- auto tags dated Box 757, Cottondale, A
CLAIM AN INTEREST AS i850 1638.6008 EXT ^32 redeeerr, c..:.r-.ara irc.n on a earinng o sible on January 8, 2008, 1911-1917. Also want 32431. | 4100 I
SPOUSES, HEIRS, DEVI- You anc e..:h I, v.:.u are AMOUNT TO REDEEM r,e lawr, ir pro.pertrv,.e-, N'01 0625 E, 441 76 leet in the Commissioners plates before 1956, es- R ta
SEES,.~GRANTEES, OR hereby requred tor appeal, FOR Decemberr $- c.".id .shall be sol nIo- lo Ith Pont ol Begrinrig Meering Room::m kicaed at specially Washington Avon Representa-
OTHER CLALMANTS on Morta~, razat1ir, day 19h B8 l4J. S CLtFR 1 I aesi bd,,lde -' Ia.BoAaniQ 0 aOOC;. 131 : ,B-,-.*:,uieard and Holmes Co tags tives needed in Boni-
of January. '008, al 2 00 RENC'i' ONLh' do Ja es more or less Chipley FIoroda An nier- with #50 and 51 prefix. 3300 | fay, Chipley,
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS: p.m., before the Honora- AMOUNT TO REDEEM courthouse or on Janu- e e members l ir e Jeff Francis EZ-GO golf-cart 2000 ex- Graceville, Wausau,
UNKNOWN ble William L. Gary, Judge FOR January $ 1,946.41 ary 21, 2008 at 10:00AM. Together Wit public: are erc,,ur.geo 1 727-345-6627 or e-mail cellent condition, back Vernon, Caryville,
CURRENT ADDRESS: of the Circuit Court of the IN U.S. CURRENCY Dated this 21 day of No- ane gobucsl3@aol.com. seat, factory headlights, Ponce de Leon. Ask
UNKNOWN Second Judicial Circuit in ONLY. member, 2007 Commence ai rhe Nortr. tail lights, runs great about mini-kit.
and for Leon County, Flor- No Personal Checks Ac- LINDA HAYES COOK east corner of the Soulr, A public rearnnr ic. review $1900. 535-4121 8 5 0 54 7 16 4 0
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that ida, at the Leon County cepted. CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT west 1/4 of Sectlon 31. tMe application for the or Sale, One P-Beretta, Dwane Atkins ISR
an action to foreclosure a Courthouse located in Tal- Cashier's Checks, Money COURT Township 1 North, Range Special Exception Type V 12 Sale, O ne P-Beretta, Dwayne Atkins SR
mortgage on the following lahassee, Florida, and to Orders, and Western Un- WASHINGTON COUNTY, 16 West of Washington will be held by the Wash- Best Offerag General
property in WASHINGTON show cause why the ion are the only other al- FLORIDA CoLrnit, Fi,:,r,da, mence ngioan County Board of BPoket watch 14K Elinfer.
County, Florida: prayer of the Complaint ternatives accepted. BY: J C Rogers, Deputy run rtP8 44 W. 11 i' 54 County Commissioners at ) 850-352-4265, PO Box Dispatcher, contract posi-
filed in the above-entitled As published in the Wash- Clerk feet o ir,.: P.n of Begnn. 5 00 PM or as soon there- 757, Cottondale 32431. ton with benefits, located
COMMENCE AT THE proceeding should not be ington County News De- WARNING:THERE ARE ing; ir4.n"e aonl l fte a as possible on Janu- S in our Graceville office.
SOUTHWEST CORNER granted, and the proceed- cember 1, 8,15, 22, 2007 UNPAID TAXES ON N8e W 1t4 3 r Ie si o ar s 24, 2008, -in the Com-& ANM FOR SALE: Evening shift, 4 p.m. till
OF THE NORTHWEST 1/ ings and the Bonds thence O 05 "W, missioners Meeting Room Rigid Ban Saw (Still in midnight, some weekends
OF THE SOUTHEAST -/ therein described be vali- PROPERTY WHICH YOU 356.95 feet to a poirn on located at 1331 South 2100- Pets box) Never used $200.00 and holidays. Good
OF SECTION 30, TOWN- dated and confirmed, said OWN IN WHICH YOU the Northerly igr-I IV- Way Boulevard, Chipley, Flor- 2110- Pets: Free to Craftsman Table Saw clerical and computer
SHIP 4 NORTH, RANGE Bonds being the Florida HAVE LEGAL INTEREST. re or Sinil Roaad Io 20 ida. All interested mem- Good Home $75.00 skills necessary. Send
15 WEST WASHINGTON Gas Utility, Gas Project A A THE PROPERTY WILL BE -rernce 64 0? 04 E. along bers of the public are en- 2120 Pet Supplies Argo Amphibious (8 Resume to West Florida
CQUNTY, FLORIDA, RUN No. Revenue Bonds in NOTICE OF APPLICA- SOLD AT PUBLIC AUC- ad R.gni or Way line courage to attend. Pub- 2130- Farm Animals/ Wheeler) Camo w/Cover Electric Cooperative,
NQRTH 730.50 FEET; one or more series and TION FOR TAX DEED TION ON January 21, 5 36 ree ir.ernce con lic hearings may be con- Supplies Runs Great $8,000.00 ATTN: Personnel Depart-
THENCE RUN S 89 DE- project numbers to be de- Notice is hereby given 2008 UNLESS THE BACK nu alcresaid tinued from time totime 2140- Petsvestock HondaXR 100 2001 ment, P.O. Box 127,
GREES 02 MINUTES 47 termined by the Board of that Simon or EW Price TAXES ARE PAID. TO Right of Way Jine on a as may be necessary. Wanted Model $500.00 Graceville, FL. 32440,
SECONDS EAST 167.20 Directors of Florida Gas the holder of the following MAKE ARRANGEMENTS bearing of S68*11'43:E, Honda XR 4001999 850-263-3231. DRUG
FEET TO THE EASTERLY Utility in the aggregate certificate, has filed said FOR PAYMENT OR TO 66.54 feet; thence depart- Model $2,200.00 FREE WORKPLACE &
RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF principal amount not to certificate for a Tax Deed RECEIVE FURTHER ing said Right of Way line Legal Description of Par- | 2100 Honda XR 200 1987 EQUAL OPPORTUNITY
A 30 FEET DIRT ROAD exceed Three Billion Dol- to be issued thereon. The RECEIVE FURTHER IN- on a bearing of cel: For Sale: AKC Registered Model $500.00 EMPLOYER.
AND THE POINT OF BE- lars ($3,000,000,000), as certificate number and FORMATION, CONTACT N 625"E, 403.61 feet HE EAST HALF blood Hound puppies.
GINNING, CONTINUE S more particularly de- year of issuance, the de- THE CLERK OF COURT to the Point of Beginning THE EAST HALF OF THE Champion Blood lines
89 DEGREES 02 MIN- scribed in the Complaint scription of the property, IMMEDIATELY AT P.O. and containing 1.000 ac- NORTHEAST QUARTER; Ready for Christmas. Call
UTES 47 EAST ALONG filed in these proceedings and thenames in which it BOX 647 OR 1293 JACK- res more or less. THE NORTHEAST QUAR- 334-790-7861
THE NORTH LINE 387:75 and the exhibits thereto. an e names in which it SON AVE., SUITE 101, TER OF THE SOUTHEAST
RUN SOUTH 25 DE- date set for the hearing on CERTIFICATE NO. 909 (850) 638-6008 EXT 232 Commence at the North- WEST QUARTER OF THE | 2130
GREES 13 MINUTES 38 said Complaint for Valida- YEAR OF ISSUANCE.05 AMOUNT TO REDEEM east corner of the South- NORTHEAST QUARTER 1 m1 le Pog as e i
SECOND WEST 310.15 tion, the Clerk of this DESCRIPTION OF PROP- FOR December west 1/4 of Section 31, EAST OF NORTH BLUE m months o 140 aso free
FEET; THENCE NORTH Court shall cause a copy ERTY: $1,365.02 IN U.S. CUR- p isb 11North, Rang/Ae SPRINGS ROAD AND aiessao rne f Lea
69. DEGREES 57 MIN- of this Notice and Order to Parcel# 00-4865-0000 RNYOY16 West of Washington THAT PORTION OF THE message for Johnathan-
UTES 07 SECONDS Show Cause to be pub- Lot No. 8 & Lot No. 9, in RENCY ONLY. County, Florida; thence NORTHWEST QUARTER S a 540224
WEST 354.92 FEET TO lished in the manner re- Block No. 1 iri the N 1/2 of AMOUNT TO REDEEM run N88024'44" 1291 84 OF THE SOUTHEAST Kirkland 850-547-0224
POINT ON EASTERLY quired by Section 75.06 the SW 1/4 of the NW 1/4 FOR January $1,384.23 IN feetto-r,, pi,:.nl1'of begnn. QUARTER EAST OF 9 year old quarter horse
RIGHTOF-WAY LINE OF and Section 163.01(7)(d) o the J W/ U.S. CURRENCY ONLY. ing; mren,:e- ,:,:n,,rnue NORTH BLUE SPRINGS gelding. Tall, sorrel, easy
A 30 FOOT DIRT ROAD, Florida Statutes, in Leon according to the J. W No Personal Checks Ac- N8824'44"W, 136.00 feet; ROAD, SECTION 34, keeper, good natured.
THENCE NORTH 25 DE- County Florida and in Sapp Plat of the SW 1/4 of cepted thence S0106'25"W, TOWNSHIP 1 NORTH, Good western pleasures
GREES 13 MINUTES 38 each County where the the NW 1/4 of Section 35, Cashier's Checks, Money 295.13 feet to the South- RANGE 13 WEST, WASH- horse. $900.00 or will
SECONDS EAST ALONG Public Agencies which are Township 3 North, Range Orders, and Western Un- ernly right of way, line of INGTON COUNTY, FLOR- trade for vehicle or horse
SAID DIRT ROAD 182.79 parties to the Interlocal 15 West on file in the Of- ion are the State Road o10 20- ireng IDA. trailer of equal or greater
FEET TO THE POINT OF Agreement set forth in the fice of the Circuit Court of in S64u02'46"E along said value. 850-260-2264
BEGINNING. Complaint and designated Washington County, Flo ternatives accepted. W right of way line, 149.87 Parcel contains 159.4 ac- Oates for feed Bin Run ItiIED O F
BEGINNING. C omplaint and designated Washington County, Flor- As published in the Wash- feet; thence departing said res more or less. $400/Bushel
has been filed against you are located, in newspa- NAME IN WHICH AS- ington County News De- right of way line on a bear- EARCHG
ana you are required to pers published and of SESSED : Neta Brewer comber 1,8,15,22,2007. ing of N0106'25"E, 356.96 \ l
serye a copy of your writ- general circulation in such Estate feet to the point of beginn- Information concerning 1g 0hFo P. B J D TT7-R TBR S ?")
ten defenses within 30 counties, once each week Said property being in the ing and containing 1.000this proposed develop- D .
days after the first publica- for two (2) consecutive i h acres more or less. ment and Application for
tion, if any, on Florida De- weeks, commencing with county of Washington, CHANGE IN Special Exception are
farult Law Group, PL., the first publication which State of Florida. Unless NOG ATICE OF CHANGE IN training 3.00 acres, available for review atthe aPhc.ga ssiedadJsaneasand
Plaintiff's attorney, whose shall not be less than such certificated shall be ING more or less. Washington County Plan- afoabaeor e
address is 9119 Corporate twenty (20) days prior to redeemed according to THE USE OF LAND ning Commission Office at a i way mae yurwaiES
Lake Drive, Suite 300, the date set for said hear- the law, the property de- 1331 South Boulevard, the focus of attaitbn among
Tampa, Florida 33634, ing. scribed shall be sold to Suite 209, Chipley, Flor- MERCHANDISE otltbu .Whatate you
and file the original with DONE AND ORDERED at the highest bidder at the Washington County is PARCEL IDENTIFICATION ida. 3100- Antiques o d y
this Court either before Tallahassee, Leon County, courthouse door on Janu- considering changing the N U M B E R : 3110-Appliances watng f'? Contactus today and
service on Plaintiffs attor- Florida, this 6th day of De- ary 21, 2008 at 10:00 AM. use of land for the parcel 00000000-00-5217-0011 3120-Arts & Crafts stiittLmiig the stuffyou don'twant
ney or immediately there- cember, 2007. Dated this 21 day of No- described by the legal do- a n d Pursuant to the provisions 3130 Auctions
after; otherwise a default WILLIAM L. GARY this 21 day of No- describe bye legal de00000000-00-5217-0012 of the Americans with Dis- 3140 Baby Items _ntD soe ething you do want
will be entered against Circuit Judge vmber, 2007 scription presented below, abilities Act, any person 3150 Building Supplies,
you for the relief de- As ubishedin theWash LINDA HAYES COOK n orn with th CONTAINS 3.00 ACRES requiring special accom- 3160- Business CASH
handed in the rComplant ingt h n ty NWs- CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT n acc n te MORE OR LESS. modations to participate in 3170 Ceicmies

This notice shall be pub- cember 15, 22, 2007. WASHINGTON COUNTY, eview Provisions of the Pursuant to the provisions to advise the County at 3190 Electronics
listed once each week for FLORIDA Florida Administrative of the Americans with Dis- 850-638-6200 at least 48 3200 Firewood A Il oHIE CLASSJS EDS !
two consecutive weeks in rBY: J C Rogers, Deputy Code a Public Hearing will abilities Act, any person hours before the meeting. 3210- Free Pass it On
tocnethe WASHINGTON Clerk oebe held by the Washing- requiring special accom- "If any person decides to 3220 Furniture
COUNTY NEWASHNGTON WARNING: ton County Plannhe designated modationsto participate in appeal any decision made 3230- Garage/Yard Sales WASHINGTON COUNTY
WITNESS my hand and NOTICE OF APPLICA- THERE ARE UNPAID Local Planning Agency) these veetings is asked by theboard, agency, or 320 Good Things NEW S
the seal of this Court on TION FOR TAX DEED TAXES ON PROPERTY solicit public comment to advise the County at commission, with respect d260 Health & Fitness N
this 11 day of Dec, 2007. Notice is hereby given, WHIH YOU OWN INconcerning the proposed 850-638-6200 at least 48 to any matter considered 3270 Jewelry/Clothing (850) 638-0212
this that Simon or EW Prgiven, HIH YU n se hours before the meeting, at such meeting or hear- 3280 Machinery/ (5 6 8 0
Linda H. Cook the holder of the following CH YOUHAVE LE- Changes/Comprehensive "If any person decides to ing, he or she will need a Equipment
Clerk of the Court certificate, has filed said L INTEREST. THE Changes/Comprehensive appeal any decision made record of the proceedings, 3290 Medical Equipment HOLMES COUNTY
certificate for a Tax Deed PROPERTY WILL BE by the board, agency, or and that for such purpose, 3300 Miscellaneous l
By. K. McDaniel to be issued thereon. The SOLD AT PUBLIC AUC- The public hearing to re- commission, with respect he or she may need to en- 3310 Musical Instrumens TIMESTISER
As Deputy Clerk certificate number and TION ON January 21, view these prop to any matter considered sure that a verbatim rec- 3320 Plants & Shrubs/
As published in the Wash- year of issuance, the de- 2008 UNLESS THE BACK changes will be held by at such meeting or hear- ord of the proceedings is Supplies (850) 7-
sing, he or she will need a madc.e ?which record in- 3330 Restaurant/Hotel(547-9414
ington County News De- scription of the property, TAXES ARE PAID. TO the Washington County record of the proceedings, cludes the testimony and 334 in- Sporting Goods
member 22, 29, 2007. and the names in which it MAKE ARRANGEMENTS Planning Commission on 3350 Tickets (Buy & Sell)

County News Saturday, December 22, 2007

General Now Hiring: Experienced Executive Office For Rpnt 3BR/1BA, 2BR Singlewide. Water & 1 C ae
General Now Hiring Restaurant Waitress and cooks for space for lease on CH&A. 1181 1st Ave. garbage furnished. All MP Enterprises Land 1990 Cadillac Deville.
StaffG! Dishwashers, day shift. 547-2212 Stop Brickyard Rd. Great $595month. No pets. HUD electric. Front & back Sale and Finance. 5 acres Clean good condition
Outside Sales Repre- Cooks & Waite Staff. By locatonacrossCfrom accepted. 638-1918 porch. No pets. Calla 10 or more for houses only, RMadiatos,;et or,
senSalesi Rer- &Chypley High School. 8 5 0 6 3 8 1 9 1 1 wooded & pasture. 3 mai-aor,2Heater Core, etc.
sentatve Position- Jer- a Please apply at 115 N. 638-7700 For Rent: 3BR/1BA 850-326-0044, or FORles South of Chipley. $1,600 Or Best Offer,
idinsc., a copncreteand Waukesha St., Bonifay, Fl. Wanted: We are accept- www.chipleyofflcefor house $325, 3BR/2BA 850-326-2201. 7100 -Homes Highway 77, Gainer Rd. 850-638-2282.
is seeking someone who Healthcare ing applications for entry lease.com trailer, $350 a month, 70BoCH/A int omel uston Rd., Beadle Rd.,
is self motivated, disci- level positions working Ponce de Leon. 3BR/2BA, CH/A, in the Proper Duncan Community Rd
plinedwell organized and FRONT DESK ASSIS- with youth If you are Executive Office Space 850-259-9113. country. NO$550.00 per 7120 Commercial Buddy Rd., (4) five acres 1998 Ford F250,electrio
very aggressive. The main TANT AND DENTAL AS- highly motivated, enjoy for rent downtown Chip-710- Fr nheres (5eiac
responsibilities for the po- SISTANT needed for the outdoors and would ley. 638-1918 For Rent-3BR/2BA house message, 638-7130. 7140 oFarms & Ranhea s res. Owner financing or wdindows/door locks;
7150 Lots and Acreage cash. Low down payment bed-liner, good tires. Runs
sition will be centered on Mufti-Physician Dental Of- like to help troubled youth, in Chipley. 638-1918 or For Rent, mobile home 7160- Mobile Homes/Lots low monthly payments good, looks good. Whitd
new customer develop- fice. Must be a team we are the place for you. 638-4478. 2BR/1 bath located City of 7170 Waterfront Call Milon Peel for infor- with brown interior. Priced
ment and the mainte- player and able to offer Vacation & holiday pay, R E ISBonifay, $300.00 a month 7180 Investment motion 850-638-1858 below book. $5,000 FIRM,
nance of existing ac- outstanding customer insurance and retirement | w- I Publisher's plus deposit No pets. Property (850) 209-5241.
counts. We are looking for service with a pleasant package included. I Publisher's plus deposit. No pets.7190 Out-of-Town (850) 209-5241.
someone who is friendly, personality. Ability to Applicants must be able to 1 Bedroom Apartment in Notice Leave a message Real Estate
of high integrity, profes- multi-task is a must. pass background Chipley. Convenient loca- 850-547-2043 7200- TImeshare 1994/Cadillac Eldorada,
sional in appearance, and screening and drug tion. No pets. 638-4640. All real estate advertising In For Rent: 4BR/2bath e. eT excellent conditions
has a teachable spirit. We Full time position with screening. If you want to this newspaper is subject to Double wide mobile home F A 147,000 miles served
value our customers and benefits available. Please make a difference in a For rent the air tong Advertse In Bethlehem Community. 710 | every 3,000 miles, new
want someone who will fax resume to young mans life, please Sleepy Hollow "any preference, limitation or No Pets. Large yard and brakes, hoses, belts.
treat them with great re- 850-415-1444 or mail to: call Becky @ Apartments discrimination based on garden spot. Call By owner 747 Gilbert $4,000. 547-2980 more Irn-
spect and appreciation. If Family Dentistry of 850-548-5524. 2BR/1 BA, water, garbage race, color, religion, sex, 850-547-3233 Drive, Chipley. 5 ac., high and dry, on formation, before 6p.m
you are not a go getter, Chipley & lawn care included, handicap, familial status or ___3BR/1.%BA. Newly Re- Gilbert Mill Rd.. Has old
you will not fit the position. 1410 A Brickyard Rd. HUD not accepted. national origin, or an inten- For Rent: Furnished mo- modeled. (w) 718-2268; mobile home, deep well,
Please email your re- Chipley, FL. 32428 638-7128 tion, to make any such pref- home 1-/BR/lbath, ()547-2937-large trees. Price reduced
sumes to erence, limitation or dis- bile home t',.BR/lbath, (h)547-2937 large frees. Price reduced
micah@jerkinsinc.com or Other crimlnatlon" Familial status total electric. 4101 Doug- House For Salel 3/1.5t $45000 638-8570
micah@jerkinsinc.com or Other / =, Graceland Manor Apart- Includes children under the las Ferry Rd. No Pets, Ref- Brick on Acre lot. Home
you can cfax to ery Shoppers get ments. Rental assistance age of 18 living with parents erences required. $395. has b een completely rn-8120
(850)547-5801 in care of Mystery Shoppers, get on 1, 2, and 3 bedrooms. or legal custodians, preg- 850-547-4606 has been completely ren-
Micah. paid to shop Retail/dining Handicapped and nant women and people so- ovated with new appl- Am 9
establishments need un- non-handicapped accessi- curing custody of children ances & new A/C unit with 99 Isuzu Amigo, 99rK,
e ie nts d un- non-handcappedal e apartments. 850si- ur usody of children For RentVernon, 16x80, warranty. Owners have ac- V6-AT. $4500.00 OBO.
a customer service. ble apartments. 850 n er 2BR/2BA on 5 acres. $600 tive Florida Real Estate U- 547-3484, after 6:30-
al TATi y T -263-4464, TDD/TY 711. This newspaper will not month, first, last and seo- eForaRa e Lweekend.
Earn up to $150. a day. e 6AL rOL rue -d scenes. Performance Re- weekend.
SuHealthcarept 5 a8-5 da0y. -,. 5445 Brown Street, knowingly accept any adver- curity. Available Jan. 1st. causes.85f orm47 -94
Heaihcare Call (888)-523-1013. 6100- usinessGraceville, FL. Equal tising for real, estate which is References required. Callalty 850-547-9400 ____ -------
Dental Assistant Needed. Trades Commercial housing authority in violation of the law. Our after 6:00 P.M. House For. Sale-Log
DentalAssisantNeeded.readers arehereby Informed
Experience preferred, but 0110 Apartments that all dwellings advertised 352463-7097. Cabin on 5.3 acres. S
willing to train. Chairside Want An Opportunity 6120 Beach Rentals New renovated apart- In this newspaper are availa- 2BR/113A. 1749 Toole Cir., IMTM
dutiesw/the dentist, not with a growing company? 6130- Condo/Townhouse ments for rent in down- ble on a equal opportunity For Sale or Rent Optional, Chipley. $145,000. RE.RA 8130
front desk. Want to work hard and be 6140 House Rentals town Bonifay call for more basis. To complain of dis- 2BR/1BA mobile home lo- 850-638-3171 or 810o Antique & Collectibles
Resumes: 843 Hwy 277 rewarded for it? Reed 6150 Roommate Wanted details 850 547-3530 or crimination call HUD toll-free cated on Hwy. 177A. 850-527-4789. 8110 Cars 85 Ford F-150, 302, AT.
s 77610g- Reoms for Rent 850 547-5244 HUD ap- at 1-ae-669-777. The har- o sale oflty Vehiles $1600.00 aB. 5457-3484
Chipley, FL. 32428 Concrete and Construc- 6170- Mobile Home/Lot toil-free number for the hear- r sl8120-Spotsu-
850-638-3055. tion, Inc., in Bonifay would 6180 Out-of-Town Rentals proved. ing Impaired is mobile home 547-5303 8130 Trucks after 6:30, weekends.
like to talk with you. 6190 Timeshare Rentals 1-800-927-9275. 8140 Vans
850-547-5767 6200 Vacation Rentals Townhouse Apt for rent- Mobile Homes for rent in 8150o Commercial
2BR/1.5BA. Chipley. Cottondale on Sapp Road, I 715 8160- Motorcycles
$595/mth. 638-1918. 8 miles east of Chipley. 169 acres in Jackson & 8170- Auto Parts
3BR/2BA and 2BR/2BA Holmes Counties along & Accessories B
available. Total electric. Holmes Creek. Paved 8210 Boats 1 8210
(850)258-4868; 209-8847 road frontage, part in city 8220 Personal Watercraft
Sl6140 Small House partially fur- www.charloscountryliv- limits of Graceville. $3000 8240- Boat & Marine Boston Whaler
B Hm nished. Available for appli- Ing.com per acre obo. Supplies 2006 150 sport, 60 hp. 4
3BR!2BA Home on Lucas cation Dec.. 1st. Security Owner/Agent Amanda 8310 Aircraft/Aviation stroke mre., like new.
Lake Rd. $650 a month, deposit $400 + $425 The Park at 2350 Corbin, Prudential Shim- 8320 ATV/0ff Road Vehicles bimini, fish finder, fu
$300 deposit Pets upon monthly rent.:Smoke free 3BR/1BA $425 mering Sands Realty 8330 Campers & Trailers cushions, trailer, more
approval. Call 773 7232 or environment. No pets or 3BR/2BA $450 850-832-7447 www. 8340 Motorhomes cushions, trailer, more.
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C&C Bookkeeping and Sod For Sale on the farm,
Tax Service. Open 5 days Jackson Family Home delivered or installed.
a week. 8am to 5pm. Call Daycare now taking Centipede and 419 Ber-
(850)638-1483 applications. Located muda. West Florida Turf
______________ Hwy. 90, 2 miles west (850)638-4860;
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east of PDL. 1980
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Headliners and Vinyl Centipede and St. Augus-
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work at your home or E R AR tion available. 8 miles SW
workplace.Reasonable of Chipley for easy cus-
rates on new vinyl tops tomer hauling. Call any-
and auto carpeting. Free Services time. Billy and Leola Brock
estimates. Call anytime, (850) 638-1202; 326-1500
leave message. (850) I will sit with your
638-7351 elderlyloved ones. Have
experience and,
references.offering com-
panionship, cooking, For Rent first in Chipley,
housekeeping, driving, at Mini Warehouses, If you
reasonable rates, don't have the room, "We
547-4159 Do" Lamar Townsend
The carpenter's Son (850)638-4539, north of
End of the year Clear- Townsends.
ance Sale. Starting De-
cember 26th sell till Mini Storage in Chipley.
merchandise is gone. All sizes for rent. We
Must sell down to bare furnish the lock.
walls. All selected mar- (850)326-2399
chandise will be sold Carpentry, pressure
below wholesale prices, washing, lawn care, patio
All Floral Arrangements, & window re-screening.
Hand made craft items, great rates. (850)638-4492
one of a kind items. The Sewing Machine and
Carpenter's Son ,o- Vacuum Cleaner Repair,
cated: 5336 Hwy. 77 J&J Cabinet Shop. For all guaranteed service on all
Graceville, FL. 32440 your kitchen cabinets and makes and models. Free
Retail Store (850) house repair needs. Call estimates. Western Auto,
263-5427 Cabinet shop James S. Howell (850) 216 N. Waukesha, Boni-
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