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Looking Back at 2007
i A look back at the issues of 2007 and your
opportunity to describe what you believe
were the big stories of the year.

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Bad weather hits
The cold snap that drove local
temperatures into the low
20s did not harm Washington
County's agricultural crops.
In fact, the blast of arctic air
likely helped the area's winter
crops, according to one local
Extension agent.

For the pasttwo-years- -'
NASCAR's Busch Series has
lost some of its luster because
of the "Buschwhackers."
This isn't a drink you can
order at a beach establish-
ment, but the term for a Cup
regular competing in the
former Busch Series.
The last non-Cup regular was
Martin Truex, Jr. who won 12
races while winning back-to-
back titles in 2005 and 2006.
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A proposed dirt pit similar to the existing Sikespit (above) is on the agenda for Tuesday
night's Washington County Planning Commission meeting.

Blue Springs borrow pit

on Planning Commission agenda

Proposal moved to
January after no
quorum last meeting
Managing Editor
A proposed borrow pit that
has sparked controversy will be
on the agenda for the Washington
County Planning Commission
Tuesday, Jan. 8 at 5 p.m. The
meeting will be held at the Coun-
ty Annex on South Blvd. The pit
was on the December Commis-
sion agenda but no meeting was
held due to lack of a quoum for
the Commission.
A petition for a Special Excep-
tion Type V has been requested
by Hugh Sikes, who is doing
business as Blue Springs Acres,
LLC and Gortemoller Engineer-
ing, Inc. The 159-acre site is east
of Hwy. 77 and north of Hwy. 20
on unpaved Blue Springs Road in
southwest Washington County.
The current land use is agri-
culture/silvaculture, and Sikes
is seeking a special exception
ruling to allow a borrow pit for
excavation of sand for sale. Ac-
cording to information provided
to the Washington County Plan-
ning Office, the site is expected
to operate for about 9.4 years.
About 4.4 million cubic yards of

Facts about the project
*Current land use is agri-
*The site is expected to
operate for about 9.4 years.
*About 4.4 million cu-
bic yards of sand (244,445
dump-truck loads of sand)
are projected to be taken from
the site during that time.
Washington County
Planning Department

sand (244,445 dump-truck loads
of sand) is projected to be taken
from the site during that time.
Some residents of the area
have told local media that they
oppose the pit due to concerns
about its effect on their lifestyle,
property values, safety to the re-
gional watershed, safety to their
families and other issues. There

WCI Canine Team hits the jac

were also claims that not enough
nearby property owners were
notified before the December
2007 meeting.
Written objections have also
been sent to the County Plan-,
ning Department, including a
list of concerns from Northwest
Florida Water Management Dis-
trict. NWFWMD's concerns
*Effects of the operation on
Blue Springs and Econfina Creek,
including effects on water quality
due to runoff and groundwater
*Effects on nearby recre-
ational sites.
*Effects on regionally signifi-
cant and environmentally sensi-
tive water resources.
Martin Jacobsen of the Bay
County Planning Department
wrote Washington County Plan-
ner Lynda Waller that at this time
Bay County had no objections,
but would be interested in re-
viewing a proposal to fill the site
in once mining operation were
Washington County Public
Works examined Blue Springs
Road and reported to Waller that
there should be no significant
problems using the road to get
to the pit. The developer has of-
fered to arrange for grading the
See PIT, page 2

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Novi atothe h Coast


On Dec. 24,2007, Washington County
Sheriff's Office contacted Washington
Correctional Insuttution for assistance to
activate the Washington CI Canine Team
to locate a seven-year-old boy, Larry
Pate, who disappeared from his home in
Washington County. The information was
received in a press release from WCI.
Canine Team Sgt. Tommy Brock, Sgt.
Scott Marsceill, Officer Hugh Kopp and
Canine Lenard arrived at the residence
and was advised by the mother, Charlyce
Hendrix, that her son had been playing
with his dog in the front yard and was
missing for approximately one-and-a-
half hours. The team initiated a search
pattern picking up the boy's track and
tracked him through a heavy thicket and
After tracking him for approximately

three miles and two hours, time was of
the essence due to the rapidly dropping'
temperature and nightfall quickly ap-
proaching, accordingto the news release.
Pate was found with his dog and was
returned to his mother. The little boy was
scratched, wet and cold, but otherwise
His mother said she had received the
best Christmas present ever, for the as-
sistance of Washington CI Canine Team,
locating her lost son, according to the
news release.
This is the second time within a year
that the Washington CI Canine Team has
been able to locate missing children and
reunite them with their families. WCI
Staff Assistant Sheila Pelfrey said the
team has been in operation for about five
years. It has three staff and five dogs.

Submitted photo
From left Sergeant Scott Marsceill, Officer Hugh
Kopp and Sergeant Tommy Brock with Canine
Lenard, Larry Pate and Charlyce Hendrix.

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NASCAR..................Page 6
Classifieds..............Page 7
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Chipley man

injured in

fatal accident
Managing Editor
A Chipley man was seriously
injured in an accident New Year's
Eve that took the life of an Alford
Florida Highway Patrol reported
that James William Little, 69, of
Alford was traveling north in the
southbound lanes of travel on US-
231 at about 7:40 p.m., driving
a 1994 Buick Century, when he
struck a 2006 Chevrolet Impala
head on. The Impala was driven
by Charles Alexander Poole, 19,
of Chipley.
Little was pronounced dead on
the scene by Jackson County EMS.
Poole was transported to Bay Medi-
cal in serious condition, according
to FHP.
Investigation continues.

Minimum wage
hike impacts
workers, business

Staff writer
Flprida's minimum wage work-
ers will have a little extra money in
their pocket come payday. That's
because the state's minimum wage
increased 12 cents, from $6.67 to
$6.79 per hour.
According to Bonifay IGA
owner Chuck Dockery, who has
more than 20 years' experience in
grocery store management, the im-
pact goes beyond minimum wage
"I understand the need for the
increase, but for the employees
I really count on, they aren't at
minimum wage," Dockery said.
"When I raise a kid up, it closes
the gap, so to keep parity I have to
raise them, too."
The good news for consum-
ers, at least those who shop at the
Bonifay IGA, is that they will not
see the wage hikes reflected in their
grocery bill.
"It's such a fragile market, with
Wal-Mart and the big chains, we
can't automatically raise prices. If
See WAGE, page 2


2, Washington County News, Saturday, January 5, 2008

Crops hold up well in cold snap

File photo
Conflict between residents who want to keep their lifestyles and major hous-
ing developers has occupied more than one Planning and Zoning Commis-
sion meeting.

Looking back at 2007

Managing Editor
It has, as always, been an
interesting year in Washing-
ton County, and I am taking
the opportunity to look at
major issues from 2007,.
The news issues I list here
are my choices. Others may
believe there were other is-
sues more newsworthy, so
here's your chance to make
up your own list. If you
scroll down the article at
www.chipleypaper.com you
will find a place to comment
on the article (this service is
available for any Washington
County News article on the
Internet). Write what you
think are the biggest issues
in 2007, and we will also
run some of your comments
on the Editorial page, space
permitting. I only ask that
you observe the following:
\ Please don't make your
comment a personal attack
on anyone.
*Please watch your lan-
guage and remember it's a
family newspaper.
Other than that, feel free
to tell your fellow readers
what you believe were the
biggest issues of 2007.
Here are my choices, in
no particular order:
*The civil war in Sunny
Hills between two groups
of residents has occupied the
news,but there is something
much more important in the
community, namely two ma-
jor developments underway

with upwards of 12,000 units
between them. National
Recreational Properties, Inc.
alone has about 8,000 units
under development.
If the plans of the devel-
opers come to fruition and
community development is
completed (NRPI special-
izes in such development),
then the entire demographic
of the county could change.
Hundreds and perhaps thou-
sands of students could be
added to county schools
from property that has been
"grandfathered in," and
would not be affected by
school concurrency regula-
tions. In the case of NRPI,
they are not asking for a
land-use change so their de-
velopment moves ahead ba-
sically without government
telling them what to do.
*There is tension between
residents who don't want
their lifestyle endangered
and developers that want to
build major housing devel-
opments. It's an unavoid-
able conflict that has fired
up more than one Board of
County Commissioners or
Planning and Zoning meet-
ing and will fire up more in
2008. Look for legal action
from both sides and fire-
works at public hearings.
*One aspect of housing
development is the power
the school district has over
major housing develop-
ments under the new school
concurrency law. The district
says it is not against growth,

but there is no funding in
the district's five-year im-
provenent plan for adding
student stations. Should the
development in Sunny Hills
be completed the school dis-
trict would have to deal with
a potential large number of
new students not presently
covered by concurrency
*The international airport,
if and when it gets free of
New York judges, has the
potential to change every-
thing in the area. It could
lead to economic growth
or it could lead to urban
sprawl (or both). It could
have a "ripple effect" on the
regional economy if every-
thing goes right.
*The impending four-
laning of highways 77 and
79 would make them more
effective storm evacuation
routes and provide better
transportation to support
the international airport. It
would also lead to major
changes in small towns like
Ebro, Vernon and Wausau.
All three have participated
in the "visioning" process
sponsored by West Florida
Regional Planning Council,
and the'challenge is to put"
that vision in place before
the four-laning takes place.
*Business developments
are in the works for Chipley,
including two new mini-
malls north of Wal-Mart
and Washington Center on
the interstate south of Wal-

Staff Writer
The cold snap that drove
local temperatures into the
low 20s did not harm Wash-
ington County's agricultural
crops. In fact, the blast of
arctic air likely helped the
area's winter crops, accord-
ing to one local Extension
Washington County Hor-
ticulture Agent Collin W.
Adcock said the cold front
"does good for the types of
crops in the ground like tur-
nips, collards, cabbage."
Regarding recent rains,
Adcock said, "With the
drought, any rain is a good
thing," but he said north
Florida's recent deluges
have increased humidity

At this time of year, that
is not a good thing.
"The foggy mornings are
increasing the disease pres-
sure on cold crops," Adcock
said. Fungal disease has hit
at least one area farmer's
turnip crop.
Holmes County Extension
Agent Shep Eubanks was
also glad to see rain, but "we
need a little more." Eubanks
said Holmes County farm-
ers might see some damage
from the cold, however.
Oats for winter grazing
are in the ground, and the
crop can handle tempera-
tures as low as 20 degrees
for an hour or so. Prolonged
cold can be harmful.
"There are no reports yet,
but it takes a day or two for
symptoms to show up on that
crop. I'll know more in the

next day or two," he said.
On Jan. 2, in anticipation
of the arctic front moving
through Florida, Agriculture
Secretary Charles Bronson
relaxed some highway re-
strictions to enable farmers
to quickly harvest and trans-
port crops that are vulnerable
to the impending freezing
weather conditions.
"Florida produces nearly
all,of the nation's domesti-
cally grown fruits and veg--
etables during the winter,"
Bronson said.
"So it is especially criti-
cal that we do whatever we
can to help prevent damage
to this season's crop. It is
important not only for our
farmers, but for consumers
across the United States
who are depending on us for

Warning issued about area telephone scam
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road, as there have been
problems with the road in
the past due to heavy use by
logging trucks.
In addition to grading
the road, the developer has
offered to build a 60-foot
buffer and a six-foot-tall
fence with barbed wire. The
developer has proposed that
hours of operation would
be 7 a.m. 4 p.m. Monday
through Friday and 7 a.m.
- noon Saturday to prevent
noise disturbance.
The developer reported
that sprinkling water on it,
irrigation, hay or other meth-
ods would abate dust caused
by traffic. The pit would be
able to handle water from

all storms up to the 100-year
storm level, according to an
environmental report turned
in by the developer.,
Other items on the agenda
*Proposed variance to
establish a legal building
lot: Gregory Jackson, 3725
Armstrong Mill Rd.
*Public hearing for Wash-
ington County, to include
Sunny Hills, and the munici-
palities of Caryville, Ebro,
Vernon and Wausau in the
capital improvements ele-
ment of the comprehensive
*Public hearing for pro-
posed small-scale land use
change from agriculture/
silviculture to general com-
mercial to allow for com-
mercial/office development
for Bert Moore Trustee and

Creek Bank Trading Co.
(Thomas D. Simms III).
*Proposed plat vacation of
four lots in Rainbow Heights
subdivision in the city limits
of Vernon for Steven Smith
*Preliminary plat ap-
proval for a 28-lot clustered
subdivision for Indian Creek
Estates (David Evans) on
State Road 20.
*Preliminary plat approv-
al for a 45-lot clustered sub-
division (without continuous
paved roads) as Magnolia
Estates I, LLC (Andrew
Sherrod) on Rufus Road.
*Conceptual approval
of development for LUMA
Development and Manage-
ment, LLC (Luis Valencia)
on Brickyard Road.
For more information,
call Connie Anderson at

Continued from page 1

we raise prices, we have the
potential to lose business.
What I expect with this
increase is to absorb it and
take it from our bottom line,"
Dockery said.
Pam Sapp, owner of
Hometown Diner in Chipley,
said the wage increase would
not alter her prices, either.
Open just five months, "We
knew that it was coming."
Florida's minimum wage
has been tied to the consumer
price index since 2005, when
voters added its automatic

adjustment to the Constitu-
tion. They did so when the
federal minimum wage was
just $5.15 and had not been
increased in 10 years. That
year, Florida's minimum
wage increased to $6.15,
and each January, the state's
minimum wage earners see
an adjustment, based on the
consumer price index.
This past year, the U.S.
Congress acted to increase
the federal minimum wage
incrementally. On July 24,
2007, the federal minimum
wage increased to $5.85. On
July 24, 2008, the federal
minimum wage will increase

to $6.55. On July 24, 2009,
the federal minimum wage
increases to $7.25.
Florida's Constitution
mandates that Floridians
be paid at the higher of the
federal and state minimum
wages. Because Florida's
economy has slowed, next
year's increase could set
the state's minimum wage
below the $7.25 national
minimum wage. Therefore,
Florida's minimum wage
workers might see two pay
increases next year one
mandated by the state and
one mandated by the federal


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Future of forestry changing with new pellet plant

Managing Editor
County Extension Agent
Andy Andreasen was upbeat
about the timber industry in
November 2007 at Farm-
City Day in Chipley. Recent
news from one of the newest
large industries in the area
proves Andreasen's point, as
a major firm in Cottondale is
planning to purchase huge
amounts of local timber in
the coming years.
"We'll be buying a million
tons a year," Green Circle
Bio Energy Wood Procure-
ment Manager Bill Waller
said to Florida Freedom
Newswire last weekend,
adding that the company
would purchase the wood
within a 50-mile radius of
its plant.
The Panama City-based
company signed wood pro-
curement contracts this week
with two area landowners as
it edges closer to opening its
225-acre Steele City plant
next year. The company is a
subsidiary of Sweden's JCE
Group AB.
Jon and Carol Gould,
owners of Gould Tree
Farm in western Washing-
.ton County, and John and
Elizabeth Alter, owners of
the Alter Bevis Tree farm
in Jackson County, signed
deals with Green Circle a
few weeks back.
There are two wa3s Green
Circle will purchase wood:
directly from landowners or
through wood delivered by
timber companies.

Two local forests will be thinned soon, with the end
result going to the Green Circle plant in Cottondale
to be made into wood pellets.

"Most of our timber will
come from small landown-
ers like the Goulds," Waller
Green Circle Bio Energy,
Inc, is situated between
Cottondale and Alford. The
pellet plant being built on


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226 acres.
The pellets would be
transported by rail to Pana-
ma City and shipped by sea
to Europe, where they are
widely used.
Waller told Florida Free-
dom Newswire that Green

Circle will continue testing
at its facility for the next
month or two, then start
He said it should be April
or May before Green Circle
reaches full production at the
300,000-square-foot, $104
million facility.
Andreasen said estimates
are that the plant would use
1.5 million tons of timber
annually and produce $65
million in exports. Wages
average $16.28 an hour and
the plant should provide
about $7.1 million in pay-
roll and benefits to the local
Andreasen noted that
Green Circle is one reason
that the area timber market
has greatly changed in the
past few years. The expan-
sion of the Rex Lumber
Co. in Graceville has also
added a number of jobs and
other economic benefits to
the area.
The plant is an $11 mil-
lion investment with 82 jobs,
a figure that is planned to
grow to 184 total jobs. As
Andreasen noted, these are
pretty good jobs.
"The average salary is'
$31,179 plus benefits," he
said. The state-of-the art
plant uses two shifts and
sends two-thirds of the lum-
ber produced out of state.
Production continues to
increase, Andreasen said,
which should increase the
local market for timber.
"It's a bright future if
we look for it," Andreasen

*Europe already consumes nearly eight million
tons of wood pellets a year, to run factories and
power plants, and to heat entire neighborhoods.
*Fuel briquettes or pellets are rapidly becoming
competitive with fossil fuels, even with coal. Some
analysts have noticed that this type of solid biofuel
is actually already less costly than coal in many
places in Europe, In 2005, the European Union
saw a 16 percent growth of electricity produced
from biomass.
*Europeans are paying roughly $150 a ton
wholesale for pellets landed there.
*Near Baxley, Ga., Fram Renewable Fuels is build-
ing a 145,000-ton- a-year pellet plant, called Ap-
pling County Pellets LLC. It's all headed to Europe,
shipping through Savannah and Brunswick,.Ga.
*Dixie Pellets LLC is under construction near
Selma, Ala. European-bound pellets will be barged
down the Alabama River and shipped out of Mo-
bile, Ala.

Washington County Commissioners
1331 South Boulevard
Chipley, Florida 32428


WFCA Workshop
Fire District Lines

January 15,2008
At 6:00pm

Located at
1331 South Boulevard
Chipley FL 32428

If you have any questions please call the
Administrative office (850) 638-6200.

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Saturday, January 5, 2008 Washington County News, 3


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

Free mulch
The City of Chipley is offering free mulch to city resi-
dents. The mulch can be picked up from behind the Chipley
Public Works Department on Rustin Drive.,
To make an appointment to get mulch contact the Public
Works Department at 638-6346, Monday Friday, between
6:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m.

Vernon VFD fund-raiser
Vernon Volunteer Fire Department's fundraiser is under-
way and representatives are out in the Vernon community.
If you have questions or concerns, call Vernon City Hall at
535-2444. This fundraiser has been approved by the Vernon
Fire Department.

Bridge-A-Rama scores announced
The first scores of the Bridge-A-Rama season are:
*Red Birds: High score: Janet Walls and Tommy Brown
3,570; Runner up: Leola Porter and Kathryn Henders
*Blue Birds: High score: Jane Potter and Cynthia Johnson
2,650; Runner up: Fred and Jeanne Lavender 2,400.
' Games will be played twice a month until March when
the final scores will be announced at the awards banquet.
For information call Fred Lavender at 638-1612.

More Heritage Books available
The third printing of the popular Heritage of Washington
County book arrived Aug. 17, according to Perry Wells.
"There are only a few copies left of the fast-selling
books," he said. Books are available by calling Wells at
638-1016 or by emailing perryl000@bellsouth.net. Price
of the book remains the same $64.20 for those picked up
in Chipley, and $70 for those mailed. Wells will rilail.your
book to you.

Business opportunity workshop
The Ca$hing In on Value Added Business Opportunities
workshop series is on Jan. 8, 10, 15 and 17 at the Columbia
County Extension Office located on the Columbia County
Fairgrounds off Highway 247 in the tan and brown build-
UF/IFAS is hosting the four-part series, from 6:30 to 9:00
each night and willfeature guest speakers on various topics
related to home-based business. Presentations will include
balancing paid work and family life, writing a business plan,
marketing for the new business, keeping tabs on cash, setting
the right price, selling secrets and customer satisfaction. This
program is sponsored by Columbia County Extension Ser-
vice and the North Florida Research and Education Center
- Suwannee Valley.
Registration fee is $20 per person for all four nights or $5
per person per night and includes refreshments and program
materials. Registration deadline is Jan. 7 at 5 p.m.
Individuals interested in starting, as well as those who
already own a home-based business and want to learn more
about business management are encouraged to attend. To
register call Linda Landrum at 386-362-1725 x105 or Corien
Peavy at 386-752-5384.

Come and Play in Bonifay, It's Worth the Drive!
1934 Country Club Drive Bonifay
Chuck & Connie Mason, New Owners

Washington County Commissioners
1331 South Boulevard
Chipley, Florida 32428

\ .
Publics Works Workshop
Scheduling Special Projects

January 8, 2008
At 2:00pm

Located at
1331 South Boulevard
Chipley FL 32428

If you have any questions please call the
Administrative office (850) 638-6200.

Photo from www.greencirclebio.com
A panaorama of the Green Circle Bio Energy plant under construction in Cottondale.

Facts about Green Circle and the biomass industry

*Located in Cottondale on a 225-acre site.
*58 Miles/93km north of Panama City (which has
a deep water port).
*Adjacent to Bay Line Railroad (north/south),
U.S. Hwy 231 (north/south) and Interstate 10 (east/
west), and lose to CSX railroad (east/west).
*The world's largest pellet production facility
with a production capacity of 560,000 tons per year
using state-of-the-art production equipment.
*Minimal use of fossil fuels in production.
*Wood biofuel pellets are small enough to fit
between a person's thumb and forefinger. Biofuel
pellets are made by compressing sawdust and
other dried wood waste, such as forest thinnings,
into a dense, high-combustion fuel source.
*The fuel can be used as an alternative to or
in combination with coal in utility-scale power
plants, as a dedicated fuel source in smaller but
highly efficient CHP plants, or as an alternative to
heating oil used by households who burn pellets
in stoves.

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4, Washington County News, Saturday, January 5, 2008


Books shared and
officers announced
Friends of the Washing-
ton County Library held
its monthly meeting at
noon Thursday, January
3 at the Blue Lake Com-
munity Center. After lunch
and. a brief business meet-
ing, the program consisted
of a few members giving
reports about books they
have recently read, which
resulted in enough excel-
lent tips to keep members
busy reading in 2008. Those
sharing with the audience
were Kathryd Henders,
Leola Porter, Inga Ross,
Roxanne Bush, Angeline
Miller, Marjorie Sangaree,
Ruth McCrary and Cynthia
New officers and board
members for 2008 were
installed by member Kathy
Foster as follows: President
Jane Potter, Vice President

Submitted photo
New officers and board members for 2008 are, left to right, Marjorie Sanga-
ree, Cynthia Johnson, Angeline Miller, Catherine Nelson, Kathryn Henders,
Leola Porter, Inga Ross, Jane Potter, Kathy Foster.

Ruth McCrary, Secretary
Inga Ross and Treasurer
Leola Porter.
Board members for
2008 will be Pat Graham,

Submitted photo
Part of the Friends of the Library program consist-
ed of members giving reports about books they

Merle Jones, Jeanne Laven-
der, Susan Roberts, Kathryn
Henders, Cynthia Johnson,
Catherine Nelson, Angeline
Miller and Marjorie San-

For information or to
present a program, call Cyn-
thia Johnson, program chair,
at 638-1983

have recently read. Those sharing with the audi-
ence included, left to right Kathryn Henders and
Marjorie Sangaree.

'Parrot fever' traced

to Milton bird dealer

Florida Freedom Newswire
A disease traced to area
vendor Preferred Birds Inc.
may have spread to humans
in Minnesota, according
to the Santa Rosa County
Health Department.
Test results for psittacosis
are not back on employees
of the unnamed company
there, said Santa Rosa Envi-
ronmental Health Manager
Bill Sirmans. If results are
positive, the workers will
be treated with antibiotics,
he said.
Psittacosis, also known
as parrot fever, originates
from wild birds and poultry.
Humans contract it by inhal-
ing dried secretions from an
infected bird.
Symptoms are flu-like and
treatable, although they may
develop into more serious
conditions like pneumonia if
left unchecked. Psittacosis is
not the bird flu.
PetSmart pet store chain
has .suspended selling birds
after 21 infected ones were
found in stores in numerous
states, said company spokes-
woman Jennifer Simmons.
The chain routinely tests
pets at its stores and dis-,
covered psittacosis in birds
for sale. Some 775 stores
in 46 states were affected,
she said.
"We suspended sales as
a precautionary measure,"
Simmons said. "It doesn't
mean an infected bird was
found in every'store."
She said customers who
bought birds from PetSmart
were sent a form letter advis-
ing of the disease, the find-
ings and offering a contact
number to them.
Preferred Birds in Milton
is considered a "large ven-
dor," Simmons said. The
sick birds were traced to the

dealer and beyond that to at
least one breeder in another
part of Florida, according to
health manager Sirmans.
The company is under
quarantine and is not sell-
ing birds until released by
the Florida Department of
Health. Sirmans said all the
birds at the facility are being
treated, with 40 tests being
sent out.
"We don't know exactly
how long it will be before
they will be back in busi-
ness," Sirmans said.
He said one newly arrived
bird at Preferred Birds was
"They changed a proce-
dure to give antibiotics to
birds," Sirmans said. "They
were hand-feeding the anti-
biotic (routinely) and then
began feeding the birds treat-
ed feed.
"I don't know exactly
what it entails, but it was
a procedural practice that
didn't work out. They
switched back to handfeed-
ing after only a month."
An employee at Preferred
Bird, who asked not be iden-
tified, said the birds sent to
PetSmart did not have a mid-
dleman and were not infect-
ed after they left the dealer.
Sirmans confirmed the birds
were infected when they left
Santa Rosa County.
Jim Steel, manager at
PetSmart in Destin, said
it was possible that one or
two birds at his store were
infected, so the company
stopped selling birds as a
-Psittacosis was blamed
for about 11 deaths in Pitts-
burgh, Pa., in 1934. Parrots
sold at a local department
store were blamed and 180
birds, were destroyed. Sir-
mans said that was before
the use of antibiotics.

Arrest reportfrom Wash-
ington County Sheriff's
Department for the period
of Dec. 24-31, 2007.
Neatron Curry: b/m,
9-26-82; Chipley; posses-
sion of controlled substance
without prescription, ar-
rested 12-26.
Keith Dean: w/m, 11-
23-80; Gulf Shores, Ala.;
violation, of probation on
possession of marijuana and
possession of paraphernalia,
arrested 12-24.
Jon Phillip Garvin: w/
m, 7-21-88; Chipley; viola-
tion of probation on sexual
assault, arrested 12-29.

William Glass: w/m,
5-30-78; Colquitt, Ga.; pos-
session of listed chemical,
possession of paraphernalia,
possession of meth, pos-
session of cocaine, driving
while license suspended or
revoked, Okaloosa County
warrant for possession of
cocaine, arrested 12-24.
Terry Hartwell: w/m,
1-29-51; Vernon; introduc-
tion of contraband, arrested
Laurel Rainer: w/f, 12-
21-82; Greenwood; posses-
sion of cocaine, possession
of paraphernalia, possession
of meth, Okaloosa Coun-

ty warrant for violation of
probation on possession of
listed chemical, possession
of meth, possession of para-
phernalia, arrested 12-24.
Jeffrey Roberts Jr.;
w/m, 3-24-85; Pensacola;
failure to appear on driving
while license suspended or
revoked, arrested 12-28.
Darin Rogers: w/m, 10-
26-89; Chipley; larceny and
burglary, arrested 12-27.
Kamar Seaton: b/m,
2-23-81; San Diego, Calif.;
resisting officer by disguise,
flee and elude officer, ar-
rested 12-24.
Joseph Spence: w/m,

1-17-77; Fountain; driving
while license suspended or
revoked, flee and elude of-
ficer, arrested 12-24.
Suzon Tarver: b/f, 7-22-
85; San Diego, Calif.; driv-
ing while license suspended
or revoked, arrested 12-24.
Jamison Wood: w/m,
4-6-88; Chipley; driving
while license suspended or
revoked, arrested 12-27.
Randy Young: w/m, 6-
17-64; Fort Walton Beach;
failure to appear on posses-
sion of listed chemical, pos-
session of meth, possession
of paraphernalia, arrested


GED courses
Holmes County Library, Washington-Homes 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 annualiphysical
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.

Vote by mail
The Supervisor of Elections office now offers the option
to Vote By Mail in the 2008 elections. It is simple and con-
venient. Three very important items that you need to know
it order to Vote By Mail:
*Have your signature up to date. Each signature on a
Vote By Mail ballot is verified with the signature on file
with the Elections office.
*Please make sure your Washington County residential
address is up to date. Vote By Mail ballots cannot be for-
*Vote By Mail request forms must be received at the
Supervisor of Elections office no later then six days prior
to an election.
To request Vote By Mail ballots or to receive additional
information, please contact our office af 638-6230, or visit
our Web site at: www.wcsoe.org.
SPresidential Preference Primary January 29
*Primary Election -- August 26
*General Election -- November 4

TCC transportation
Tri-County Community Council, Inc. provides non-emer-
gency transportation to medical appointments and referred
destinations. Please arrange appointments within these time
frames. All routes are coordinated and a 24-hour advance
reservation is required and next day appointments need to
be in by 12 p.m. the previous working day.
*Marianna Tuesday and Thursday 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.
*Panama City Monday through Friday 9 a.m. to 12
*Dothan Monday, Wednesday, and Friday 9 a.m. to
12 p.m.
Medical trips to DeFuniak Springs, Geneva, Crestview,
Niceville, Fort Walton and Fort Rucker can be scheduled.
For more information on the program, call 547-3688,
Monday Friday from 8 a.m. 4:30 p.m.


Mon rsday

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voting equipment to be used in the
upcoming January 2, 2008 Presiden-
tial Preference Primary election will
be conducted on January 9th in the
Supervisor of Elections' office. The
office is located at
1331 South Blvd., Suite 900
Chipley, FL (850) 638-6230


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Saturday, January 5, 2008 Washington County News, 5

Greyhounds are running again in Ebro

Florida Freedom Newswire
The dogs wouldn't have
minded the cold tempera-
tures, but patrons of Ebro
Greyhound Park undoubt-
edly are appreciative the.
weather is expected to coop-
erate today for the opening
of the 2008 meeting.
The 54th Inaugural stakes
punctuates opening day at
the Washington County track
at the junction of Hwy. 79
and Hwy. 20. Warmer temps
are expected when the track
opens its gates at 11 a.m. for
the matinee program, the
evening card scheduled for
7:30 p.m.
Live greyhound racing
will be held four days and
one night weekly throughout
the month, but Ebro Presi-
dent Stocky Hess noted the
track will be open all seven
That means simulcast
greyhound and thorough-
bred cards on the days live
racing isn't held, and the
poker room open from noon
to midnight daily.
"We're going to have
monthly poker tournaments,
but the main thing we'd like
to emphasize is we never
close except for special days
such as Easter," Hess said.
The Inaugural showcases
the eight best qualifiers from
schooling races that deter-
mine the early grading from
maiden up to the highest

Chamber coalition
to host legislative
forum Jan. 17
The Northwest Florida
Chamber Coalition, a gr6up
representing 21 chambers
of commerce, including the
Washington County Cham-
ber of Commerce, will host
a public legislative forum
Jan. 17 at the Sandestin Golf
and Beach Resort's Linkside
Center. State representatives
and senators from Northwest
Florida will be in attendance
to discuss the 2008 legisla-
tive session. The forum runs
from 4 to 6 p.m.
To RSVP or for more
information, call the Wash-
ington County Chamber of
Commerce at 638-4157 or
e-mail ted@washcomall.

grade, A, for the fastest dogs
at the track.
It will be the 12th race
Saturday night with Ray
Thurber and Cz kennels
each having two greyhounds
entered. Wp's Panda of Cz,
a 7-race winner last season,
had the best schooling time
of 30.80 seconds for the 3-8
Hess said that Ebro be-
gins the season .with eight
kennels in the compound.
In addition to Thurber and
Cz, Plymouth Rock, Bel-
levue, TA, SL and C & C
kennels return in addition to
newcomer Lelas Greyhound
Racing, with trainer Maurice
"They'll have dogs from
Connecticut and Orlando

Archery tournament
January 19
Hard Labor Creek Shoot-
ing Sports announces its first
archery tournament of the
New Year. The tournament
is scheduled for January 19
at HLCSS. Registration will
begin at 7:00 a.m. and shoot-
ing begins at 8:00 p.m.
For information email
or call 326-0318.

4-H enrolling new
, members
*Washington County 4-H
is currently accepting en-
rollment applications. Call
the UF/IFAS Washington
County Extension Office at
850-638-6180 or visit the
Web site.

and should be very competi-
tive," Hess said.
The matinee feature Sat-
urday also should be en-
tertaining with Kb's Kain,
which won 10 race in 16
starts last season, joined by
12-race winner Gmc Bashful
and another 10-race winner
in Kaycar Beckham.
Live racing will be held
Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday
and Saturday afternoons to
begin with. Saturday eve-
ning will be the only night
Greyhound simulcasting
currently offers races from
Tampa Bay, Palm Beach,
Derby Lane and Jackson-
ville, with horses shown via
Aqueduct, Gulfstream and
Santa Anita.

Stop by the Washington
County Extension Office
and speak with 4-H Youth
Development Agent, Julie
P. Dillard. For information
contact Julie Pigott Dillard
at 638-6180 or visit the UF/
IFAS Washington County
website: http://washington.

Stampfest I
"Stampfest I" will be
from from 9 a.m. 5 p.m. on
Saturday, Jan. 26. The show
will be held at the Knights
of Columbus Hall, 205 Carol
Avenue, Ft. Walton Beach.
Admission and parking are
free. Stamp dealers will offer
a wide variety of stamps and
For additional informa-
tion, call Fred Brafford at

Free tutoring
Free Tutoring Supplemen-
tal Educational Services are
available at Kate Smith El-
ementary School in Chipley.
To be eligible for free tutor-
ing, a student must receive
free or reduced price-lunch.
Transportation is not pro-
vided for tutoring sessions.
To sign up, or request ad-
ditional information, contact
Jerry Register, SES facilita-
tor, Kate Smith Elementary
School, 638-6220 or Olin
Gilbert, SES coordinator,
Washington County School
Board, 638-6222.

Would you like your own greyhound?
Greyhound Pets of America/Emerald Coast
will be holding Panama City area adoption
Greyhound Meet and Greets the second and
fourth Saturdays, Jan. 12 and Jan. 26 from 11
a.m. To 2 p.m. At Books-A-Million, 811 East 23rd
Street, and next door at PetSmart, 849 East 23rd
Street, Panama City.Retired racing greyhounds
will be on hand "meet and greet" and accom-
panying volunteers will answer questions about
adoption of greyhounds as pets.
The need for both adoption and foster homes for
greyhounds is a constant demand and has no
"season", but it does have peaks. The advent of
tourist season winding down later in the month
will result in an upturn of adoptable dogs.
For further information, please call 888-216-7236
or visit their web site at www.gpaec.com.

5 YEARS AGO, 2003
Ambers Carter was named
employee of the year by
Chipley Water and Utilities
Twin girls, Olivia and
Hannah, were born to Marty
and Nancy Lee.
Literacy Volunteers of
Washington County donated
textbooks costing $720 to
Vernon Place.
Knights of Columbus
presented a check for $450
to ARC Executive Director
Mavis Smith and Assistant
Director Jimmy Dilmore.
Kristi Broom won a
$1,200 handwoven oriental
rug raffled off by St. Mat-
thew's Episcopal Church for
its building fund.

10 YEARS AGO, 1998
Roulhac's eighth-grade
Titians bested the Holmes
County Blue Devils in a con-
ference basketball game and
won the championship.
Nora Uekes Nettles wrote
the News santa to ask for a
giga pet, crashback and a
bike. Alex Payne said he
wanted a four wheeler "be-
cause I like to ride around
the place."
Among those photo-
graphed at a holiday dinner
held at Panhandle Shrine
Club were Curtis Caudill,
Joseph Martin and Henry
Approximtely 3,500 cans
of food were collected dur-
ing a two-week period spon-

sored by Holmes County
Key Club. The food went
to the Salvation Army for
Ebro Town.Council voted
to name the park adjacent
to its community center the
Obie T. Morrell Recreational
Park in honor of his honor,
Mayor Obie Morrell.
A Gerontology program
affiliated with Northwest
Florida Mental Health,
moved into the old St. Mary's
School building in Caryville.
"There's a lot of elderly
people who are not being
reached by other services,"
the director explained.
Dick Wilder, president
of Sunny Hills VFD, said
approximately 25 cars were
rubbed, tubbed and scrubbed
during the department's five-
hour carWtash.

40 YEARS AGO, 1968
Southern Bell Telephone
and Telegraph Co. autho-
rized a $1,102,000 addition
to its Chipley facilities which
would serve as long-distance
communication center for
much of west Florida.
Chipley's Christmas tree
at the corner of Railroad Av-
enue and South Sixth Street
was downed by tornadic
winds lashing West Florida
on Sunday. It was undam-
aged and was re-erected on
U.S. Rep. Bob Sikes
vowed he would help the


TCC Board meets
Tri-County Community
Council, Inc. Board of Direc-
tors will meet on Thursday,
Jan. 10 at 6 p.m. at Simbo's
Restaurant in Bonifay. All
interested 'parties should
plan to attend.

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

Spanish Trail
Playhouse meets
The Spanish Trail Play-
house will hold an organi-
zational meeting on Mon-
day, Jan. 7 at 6 p.m. at the
Washington County Public
Library, 1444 Jackson Av-
enue, in Chipley.
Anyone interested in be-

coming a part of this play-
house should mark their
calendar and plan to attend.
This will be the final organi-
zational meeting after which
there will be an annual mem-
bership meeting.
For more information on
the Spanish Trail Playhouse,
contact Kevin Russell at
850-260-9279 or email spa
nishtrailplayhouse @ gmail.
com or spanishtrailplayhou

The Florida Highway
Patrol will conduct driver
license and vehicle inspec-
tion check points during the
month of January. They will
be held on the roadways
listed below in Holmes,
Jackson and Washington
State Road 2, 10, 69,71,
73, 77, 79, 81, 273, 276,

County Road 69A, 162,
164, 165, 165A, 167, 169,
173, 177, 177A, 179, 181,
Snow Hill Road.

Senior trips
Some interesting trips
are available for area senior
Gospel Winterfest Con-
cert in Mobile, Ala., will be
visited Jan. 10-13. Fifteen of
America's top Southern art-
ists will be performing.
A Cajun Mardi Gras tour
in Houma, La., will take
place Feb. 3-7. It will in-
clude four nights and five
days with tours of a Cajun
swamp, sugar plantation,
Acadian Village, Konriko
Rice Mill and lots more.
Reservations may be
made by calling Kenny Gor-
don at Tour America, 850-

Grand opening for Townhouse

Restaurant scheduled for Jan. 8

Managing Editor
A new restaurant is open-
ing in Bonifay and the owner
will celebrate its grand open-
ing on Tuesday, Jan. 8.
Mike Alvis is opening the
Townhouse Restaurant at the
location of the former Willie
D's downtown on Waukesha
The ribbon cutting will be
hosted by the Holmes Coun-
ty Chamber of Commerce at
3 p.m., featuring steak and
shrimp and homemade des-
serts, which will also be part
of the regular menu.
Alvis said that Wanda
Braswell will be manager
and the restaurant will be
open seven days a week from
6 a.m. to 10 p.m.
It will feature a traditional
breakfast menu, plate lunch

specials and short orders for
lunch. Dinner will feature
steak, shrimp, chicken, ham-
burgers and sandwiches, as
well as a surprise in the line
of French fries.
Three nights a week the
Townhouse will offer differ-
ent ethnic dishes, and menus
will also rotate around vari-
ous holidays and special
events. For example, there
will be a special menu for
the Super Bowl and other
sporting events.
Alvis said the restaurant
will feature a wide-screen
TV and he will offer a clean,
comfortable setting with
both booths and tables.
Home made desserts will
include red velvet and but-
ternut cake, and 50-cent
coffee to wash it down. "All
at a price you can afford,"
Alvis said.

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area get an airfield for
the Chipley, Bonifay and
Graceville area.
50 YEARS AGO, 1958
Mrs. Claudia Shreve vis-
ited her brother, Woodrow
Derryberry in Monterey,
Mrs. J.O. Blackburn was
in Atlanta, Ga., visiting her
son and daughter-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. Orrie Black-
burn Jr.
Shopping in Chipley on
the weekend were Mrs. T.J.
Harris and Mrs. L.H. French
of Graceville.
70 YEARS AGO, 1938
Mr. and Mrs. G.U. Myers
and son were spending the
holidays with her mother,
Mrs. T.Z. Martin in Madi-
Mrs. H.J. Kendall retuned
to her home in Manatee
following a holiday visit
with her daughter and son-
in-law, Dr. and Mrs. George
The young son of Mr. and
Mrs. J. E. Minchin, had the
misfortune to break his arm
on a Friday afternoon. It was
the second time for Allie in
about two months.
An item in the newspaper
reported that H.H. Wells,
promising Chipley attorney,
was busy selling property on
C.I. Barfield, teacher at
Perch Pond, spent a few days
in Wausau,

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CASE NO: 67-07-CP 068
The administration of the
estate of WILLIAM K.
GUNTER, deceased, File
Number 67-07-CP068, is
pending in the Circuit
Court for Washington
County, Florida, Probate
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Chipley, FL 32428. The
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personal representative
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THEM.All creditors of the
decedent and other per-
sons having claims dr de-
mands against decedent's
estate on whom a copy of
this notice is served within
three months after the
date of the first publication
of this notice must file
their claims with the Court

1100 [
THEM.All other creditors
of the decedent and per-
sons having claims or de-
mands against the
decedent's estate must file
their claims with this court
The date of the first publi-
cation of this Notice is
January 5, 2008.
Attorney for Personal Rep-
Florida Bar No. 319392
Dan Stewart, RA.
4519 Highway 90
Pace, FL 32571
(850) 994-4887
Personal Representative:
8508 Vacation Lane
Milton, FL 32570
Published January 5, 12,


A Public Hearing will be
held by the City of Vernon
to review the vacation of a
recorded subdivision plat
will be held on January
14, 2008 at 7:00 p.m., or
as soon thereafter as pos-
sible at the Vernon City
Hall located at 2808 Yel-
low Jacket Drive, Vernon,
Florida. Public hearings
may be continued from
time to time as may be
necessary. All interested
members of the public are
encouraged to attend.
The review will be of the
following petition of pro-
posed vacation of plat:
Steven Smith, is making
application to the Vernon
City Council, Vernon, Flor-
ida for the vacation of lots'
in a plat recorded as Rain-
bow Heights Subdivision,
and of-said lots as re-
corded with the Washing-
ton County Clerk of Court
in Plat Book 2, Page 5,

1100 1100 2130 3230 | | 3300 1 4100| 6100 |
Lots 3 through 6 of Block which the appeal is Oates for feed Bin Run Sat Jan-5 EZ-GO golf-cart 2000 ex- Entry level Case Manag- Executive Office
A, consisting of 1.25 ac- based." FS 286.0105 $ 4. 0 0 / Bus h e I B 7am-p, folow signs cellent condition, back ers needed to work with spaceforleaseon
res, more or less, and ly- As published in the Wash- 850-263-3411 7am-12pm, follow signs space for leaseon
ing in Section 25, Town- ington County News on- treat off hwy-279, between tail lights, runs great Bachelor's degree re- location across from
ship 3N, Range 15W, December 29, 2007 and Greenhead and Vernon, $1900. 535-4121 quired, flexible hours Ap- hi ih choo
Property Identification January 5, 2008. cancel if rain.- plicats must be able to 638-7700
Number 4608-0003. The Wanted to Rent- Farm pass background screen- www.chlpleyofflcefor
taxes are current on the land in Graceville, Chip- ing and drug screening. If lease.com
above-named property. The fol v. .. Garage sale, Sat Jan 5, ley, Bonifay area. Or you want to make a differ-
The vacation of this plat Thefollowing vehicles) mens and women's cloth- pasture' land for cows. ence in a young mans life,
will not deny access of will be sold at auction on ing, new and Call anytime, please call Starla @ Executive Office Space
any property owners of JANUARY 15, 2008 at miscellaneous items. 850-718-1859 or 850-548-5524 for rent downtown
property in this platted 8:00AM at Brock Auto 1134 lola Drive, around 535-4602 Chipley. 638-1918
subdivision. The road that Body & Towing, 1135 Kay's Corner in Chipley. Healthcare
is shown as Main Street, Chipley, Flor- 3100 Antiques Wanted: Rent to own 2 or O E FR R wal
ingress/egress to these ida 32428. 3110-Appliances Huge Family Yard sale, 3 bedroom house or Dental Assistant Needed. u 3 roR NTo walk
structed or maintained. 1998 HONDA VN # 3130-Auctions sizs. Man s, trailer. Vernon, Ebro or Experiencepreferred, but fice setAC, carpet, in
Applicant requests these 1HGCG5641WA066108 3140- Baby Items sizes. Mens, womens, surrounding area. Have willing totrain. Chairside Dunn building, over S.
ApplicantAs published in the Wash- 3150- Building Supplies boys and girls. Also mo- excellent references. Call duties w/the dentist, not Railroad Ave. $395 month
lots be returned to agricul- torcyles and tools. 996 Betty or James front desk.
ture acreage. ington County News Janu- 3160 Business torcycles and tools. 996 Betty or James @ frontdesk. plus tax 850-579-2821
ary 5, 2008. Equipment Sewell Farms Rd, Chipley, 850-836-4622 or fax Resumes: 843 Hwy 277
ry .3____170 Collectibles Fl, 7am until. 850-836-4624. Chipley, FL. 32428
A copy of this plat is avail- 3180 Computers 850-638-3055
able for examination at the 3190 Electronics 850 305
Vernon City Hall, 2808 Yel- 3200 Firewood Large Abandoned
low Jacket Drive, Vernon, 1100 3210 Free Pass it On Goods Sale: Friday & Sat- Healthcare/Other 6110
Florida, or at the office of 3220 Furniture urday, January 4th & 5th, 3310
the Board of County Com- COLOR SELLS! 3230 Garage/Yard Sales 2008.8:00AM-5:00PM. Lo- Kustom-250 Bass Amp Insurance 1 Bedroom Apartment in
missioners, 1331 South GetYourClasfied 240-Guns cated on the bypass $349 Black tucked and Examiner Chipley. Convenient loca-
13' .3250 Good ThingstAa, $349 Black tucked and Examiner tion. No pets. 638-4640.
Boulevard, Suite 209, Ad 3260- Health & Fitness AL Near rolled 5' tall stage amp.Examiner
Chipley, Florida. Anyone i,:iCOLORI. -. 3270 Jewelry/Clothing Chipley Gun & Pawn needed for ins physicals
desiring to be heard at iCall nowfor details 3280 -Machinery/ in our Panama M ALL LARGE
said public hearing should a::ndbenoticed!. Equipment in our Panama City, Mar PARTMENTS-1 BR,
be present at said time a 3290- MedicalEquipment anna, & Defuniak Springs APARTMENTS-i BR,
be present at said time 638-0212rr 3290-Medical Equipment j : g ae ^t riesR LN $450 S/D $200. 2BR $500
and place. Public hear-or 3300- Miscellaneous territories. RN, LPN, EMT, $450 S/D $200. 2BR $500
and place. u : :: 3310- Musicala instrument 3280 3320 MA. Must have dependa- S/D $250 3BD/1BA $650
ings may be continued 944 3320 Plants & Shrubs/ Leola Brock Nurseries ble transportation, insu- S/D $350. Downtown
from time to time as may Supplies10' Craftsman radial saw LLC Plants, trees and rance, & pass background Chipley, convenient loca-
be necessary. Contingent 3330 Restaurant/Hotel $225 on stand, contractor LLC Plcheantsctrees a ceck. ContactEXAM tion. Rent includes stove,
upon approval, a copy of 3340 Sporting Goods series.Chipley Gun & shrubs. Landscape de- (888) 494-1220 refrigerator, city water,
such resolution will be 3350 -Tickets(Buy &Sell) Pawn. sign, landscape contract- ) 412 sewer, garbage. Everyth-
filed in the offices of the 1160 ing, irrigation systems. ing new. Sorry no pets or
Washington County Lost- Bloodhound, male, inI 1788 White Road, Bonifay, Mature Person wanted to HUD. 850-638-3306.
Clerk's Office and duly : acandtan Bethlehem Coleman Generator on FL 32425 (Washington work 3/11 or 11/7 as resi-
corded in the public rec- re- ea and Will Lee Road 3100 wheels $279, 10HP County) (850)638-1202; dent aid @ Dogwood Inn.
a re aand Will I ee Road powermate, 5,000 waft, 5 326-1500 Applyin person, 1o8Wag- For rent
ords of Washington (10 mile creek). 547-2858 Wanted To Buy antiques, powermate, 5,000 watt, 5 326-1500 Apply in person, 108 Wag- F o lont
County. Further informa- Reward collectibles, gold, silver, gallon capacity. Chipley ner Rd. SleepyHollow
tion is available by calling dinnerware, collections, Gun & Pawn. Apartments
Connie Anderson at (850) paintings, call Al Schmidt Other 2BR/1BA, water, garbage
415-5093, between the 850-638-7304 Grace Magnum paint & lawn care included.
hours of 8:00 a.m. and sprayer on wheels $225, Mystery Shoppers, get H- accepted.
4:00 p.m., Monday F R Chipley Gun & Pawn. paid to shop! Retail/dining 638
through Friday. establishments need un-
S3200 The original Perry derercover clients to judge Graceland Manor Apart-
Pursuant to the provisions Firewood For Sale scaffold $199, 6' tall on quality customer service. ments. Rental assistance
of the Americans with Dis- pickup or delivery, 4, V, wheels (original price EMOYME Earn up to $150. a day. on 1, 2, and 3 bedrooms.
abilities Act, any person or full cord. All seasoned $450) Chipley Gun & Call (888)-523-1013. Handicapped and
requiring special accom- [''l A hardwood. Call for prices Pawn. 4100 Help Wanted non-handicapped accessi-
modations to participate in and avaabilit4130 Employment ble apartments. 850
these meetings is asked 2100 ts and avaabtyInformation263-4464, TDDTT 711
to advise Vernon City Hall 2110- Pts: Free to 8502095370 -263-4464, TDD/TT 711.
at 850-535-2444 at least 0Good Home UC Ei5445 Brown Street,
2128-Pet Supplies -,WANTD W a o C Gracevilie, FL. Equal
48 hours before the meet- 2130 Farm Animals/ 6 FR E3004 housing authority
ing. "If any person de- Supplies32
cides to appeal any deci- 2140 Pets/Livestock FOR SALE: Avon Representa- Townhouse Apt for rent-
sion made by the board, Wanted B&B Furniture 1342 Rigid Ban Saw (Still in tives needed in Boni- ..Tw28R/1.n BA p Chipley.
agency, or commission, North RR Avenue Chip- box) Never used $200.00 fay, Chipley, $595/mt. pl638- 8.
with respect to any matter ley. We pay cash for Craftsman Table Saw f hpley' $595/mth 638-1918.
considered at such meet- clean, quality furniture. $75.00 Graceville, Wausau,
ing or hearing, he or she 2130 850-557-0211 or Argo Amphibious (8 Vernon, Caryville, -
will need a record of the 9 year old uarter horse 850-415-6866. Ask for Wheeler) Camo w/Cover Ponce de Leon. Ask
proceedings, and that for gelding Tall sorrel easy Pasco or Carolyn Runs Great $8,000.00 about mini-kit.
such purpose, he or she keeper, good natured. Furniture & Mattresses Honda XR 100 2001 850-547-1640. 6140
may needtoensurethat Good western pleasure Low, low, low overhead Model $500.00 Dwayne Atkins ISR P s
verbatim record of the pro- horse. $900.00 or will guarantees low, low, low Honda XR 400 1999 Publisher's
ceedings is made-whioh trade for tehicle or horse prices. P&S Disobunt Fur- Model $2,200.00 Healthcare Notice
record includes.the testi trailer of equal or greater niture, Chipley;. -(Since Honda XR 200 1987. ....
mony and evidence upon value. 850-260-2264 1973) 850638-4311 Model $500.00 You can have It all. Trades All real estate advertising in
this newspaper is subject to
Life balance. Competi- An Oppor y the Fair Housing Act which
tive salary. Bar-settin Want An Opportunity makes it illegal to advertise
te s benefits with a growing company? "any preference, limitation or
S Want to work hard and be discrimination based on
SRec n now for the rewarded for it? Reed race, color, religion, sex,
Recruiting now for the Concrete and Construc- handicap, familial status or
following positions n tion, Inc., in Bonfay would national origin, or an inten-
followingour MariannaPservice tion, Inc., in Bonifay would tion, to make any such pref-
our Mariann service like to talk with you. erence, limitation or dis-
*Registr Nrs 850-547-5767 crimination" Familial status
*Register Nurse h includes children under the
*Physical Therapist age of 18 living with parents
*Home Health Aide or legal custodians, preg-
*Speech Language nant women and people se-
Pathologist curing custody of children
*Licensed Practical under 18.
Nursed* This newspaper will not
Licensed Medical So- knowingly accept any adver-
cial Worker tising for real estate which is
*Occupational Thera- in violation of the law. Our
pist readers are hereby informed
*Certified Occupational E .. R that all dwellings advertised
Therapist Assistant 6100 Business/ in this newspaper are availa-
100- Business/ ble on a equal opportunity
Commercial basis. To complain of dis-
To apply or view a list- 6110 Apartments crimination call HUD toll-free
ing of positions availa- 120 Beach Rentals at 1-800-669-9777. The
ble, please visit 6130 Condo/Townhouse toll-free number for the hear-
www.amedisys.com 6140 House Rentals ing impaired is
Question? Contact 6150 Roommate Wanted 1-800-927-9275.
Kim Baldwin, Recruiting 6160 Rooms f or Ret
6170- Mobile Home/Lot
Manager at Phone: 6180 Out-of-Town Rentals
(866) 646-0407. EOE 8190 Timeshare Rentals
M/F/D/V 6200 Vacation Rentals

C&C Bookkeeping and Carpentry, pressure For Rent first in Chipley,
Tax Service. Open 5 days washing, lawn care, patio Mini Warehouses. If you
a week. 8am to 5pm. Call & window re-screening don't have the room, "We
(850)638-1483 great rates. (850)638-4492 Do" Lamar Townsend
J&J Cabinet Shop. For all Townsends.
S j your kitchen cabinets and Mini Storage in Chipley.
S E U LP IC E house repai needs Call All sizes for rent. We
2i n LJames S. Howell (850) furnish the lock.
535-2839; 260-1619 (850)326-2399

e Price! Tops Mobile Unit. I do the
work at your home or
workplace. Reasonable
Srates on new vinyl tops Ruby Joyce Hdges,
and auto carpeting. Free Sod For Sale on the farm, Roofng Contractor
estimates. Call anytime, delivered or installed. IF ITS ROOFING DO
leave message. (850) Centipede and 419 BerI
S 638-7351 muda. West Florida Turf
-(5Tri-Co. area. Licensed, in-
8..--1 (rto85Clgetae. (850) 638 -4492 (806843,nrho
~ (850415-0385. Established sured. (850) 638-8428.
.w1980 Lic#RC0066509.

O LII i W SSod Sod Sod Quality you
Servcescan depend on. Irrigated,
SServices weed & pest controlled.
I e A v ts IoCentipede and St. Augus- Sewing Machine and
Tim es Ae I do elderly sitting, house- tine. Delivery and installa- Vacuum Cleaner Repair,
S"a keeping, cooking, coim- tion available. 8 miles SW guaranteed service on all
panionship, driving. I have of Chipley for easy cus- makes and models. Free
d er i experience and refer- tomer hauling. Call any- estimates. Western Auto,
ences. Call if you need time. Billy and Leola Brock 216 N. Waukesha, Boni-
r' ir.. ;helping-hand. 547-4159 (850) 638-1202; 326-1500 fay. 547-3910
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since 1980... (800)668-5422.

2BR/1 BA Remodeled
Country Home, 1,500 sq.
ft., approximately 5 miles
East of. McDonalds in
Chipley. Stove, dish-
washer, fridge, blinds, and
ceiling fans. Front and
back porches. Water and
lawn care included. Pets
negotiable. Application re-
quired. SMOKE FREE EN-
VIRONMENT. $695/mo.
Plus $695 deposit.
850-638-4228 or
For Rent 3BR/1BA,
CH&A. 1181 1st Ave.
$595month. No pets. HUD
accepted. 638-1918
For Rent-3BR/2BA house
in Chipley. 638-1918 or

2BR Singlewide. Water &
garbage furnished. All
electric. Front & back
porch. No pets. Call
850-638-1 911,
850-326-0044, or
2BR/1BA in Washington
County. CH/A, 5 miles
from Vernon, 10 miles
from Chipley, 8 miles from
Bonifay. (850)373-8922.
For Rent 3Br/2bath dou-
ble wide trailer, no pets in
house, no smoking, look
after property. Rent nego-
tiable. Call 850-547-3640
For Rent: 3BR/2bath
double wide mobile home,
close to new Bonifay Hos-
pital; nice yard and large
porch. Call 850-258-9807
Mobile Home for rent, fur-
nished, 1/2BR/1 bath, total
electric, water, garbage
furnished. No pets, 4101A
Douglas Ferry Rd.
$395.00 547-4606

| 6170
For Rent-Nice, clean
3BR/2BA mobile home.
Close to Chipley. No pets.
Days, 638-8462, nights,
Mobile homes for rent, 2
BR, near Chipley, $375
plus deposit.
The Park at 2350
3BR/1 BA $425
3BR/2BA $450


7100 Homes
7110 Beach Home/
7120- Commercial
7130 Condo/Townhouse
7140 Farms & Ranches
7150 Lots and Acreage
7160 Mobile Homes/Lots
7170 -Waterfront
7180 investment
7190 Out-of-Town
Real Estate
7200 Timeshare

House For Sale-Log
Cabin on 5.3 acres.
2BR/1BA. 1749 Toole Cir.,
Chipley. $145,000.
850-638-3171 or
REDUCED by owner 747
Gilbert Drive, Chipley.
3BR/1.N1BA. Newly Re-
modeled. (w) 718-2268;

1 7 s150
169 acres in Jackson &
Holmes Counties along
Holmes Creek. Paved
road frontage, part in city
limits of Graceville. $3000
per acre obo.
Owner/Agent Amanda
Corbin, Prudential Shim-
mering Sands :Realty
850-832-7447 www.

c Week of January 7, 2008 )

8 hi t C unt News
Saturday January 5 20 8

FOR SALE 10-beautiful
wooded acres on Buddy
Road (3 miles South of
1-10 off Hwy 77) Chipley.
Some deed restrictions
apply. Can assume lease
option with approved
credit. Asking price
$80,000. Call
850-547-3162 or

86 Thunderbird, runs
good, needs freeze plug.
$350 OBO. 850-547-4232
1990 Cadillac Deville.
Clean, good condition.
Many new parts; Struts,
Radiator, Heater Core, etc.
$1,600 Or Best Offer.
1998 Ford F250,
Automatic, electric
windows/door locks,
bed-liner, good tires. Runs
good, looks good. White
with brown interior. Priced
below book. $5,000 FIRM.
(850) 209-5241.
1994/Cadillac Eldorada,
excellent condition,
147,000 miles, serviced
every 3,000 miles, new
brakes, hoses, belts.
$4,000. 547-2980 more in-
formation, before 6p.m.

99 Isuzu Amigo, 99K,
V6-AT. $4500.00 OBO.
547-3484, after 6:30,

85 Ford F-150, 302, AT.
$1600.00 OBO. 5457-3484
after 6:30, weekends.

For Sale: 2006 Suzuki
GSX R600, 3,190 miles,
blue & white w/helmet.
Asking $6,900. Call Steve
850-547-3378 Cell

82 1
Boston Whaler
2006 150 sport, 60 hp 4
stroke mercy like new,
bimini, fish finder, full
cushions, trailer, more.
$15,000. (850) 774-2333

MP Enterprises Land
Sale and Finance. 5 acres
or more for houses only,
wooded & pasture. 3 mi-
les South of Chipley.
Highway 77, Gainer Rd.,
Houston Rd., Beadle Rd.,
Duncan Community Rd.,
Buddy Rd., (4) five acres
(8) ten acres (5) eight ac-
res. iOwner financing or
cash. Low down payment,
low monthly payments.
Call Milton Peel for infor-
mation 850-638-1858

Own Lookout
40 Acres in South Jackson
with breathtaking hilltop
view. Will not last long
Call 850-272-5193
$220,000 4 sale by owner

niuu nnique a luoIeciiun es
8110 Cars
8120 Sports Utility Vehicles
8130 -Trucks
8150 Commercial
8160 Motorcycles
8170- Auto Parts
& Accessories
8210 Boats
8220 Personal Watercraft
8230 Sailboats
8240 Boat & Marine
8310 Aircraft/Aviation
8320 ATV/Off Road Vehicles
8330 Campers & Trailers
8340 Motorhomes

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