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Farris sa'I "; filed lawsuits

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K-9 Team
to the Rescue
On Saturday, January 5,
Washington County Sheriff's
Office received a call about a
missing 18-month-old child
in the Vernon area. Deputies
were dispatched immediately
and due to the urgency of
the matter, the Washington
County Sheriff's Office K-9
team was also dispatched.
Page 2

Chipley City Council
The YMCA contract to run
recreation programs was at
the top of the list of the City
Council agenda.
Page 3

Pre-season thunder at
Daytona Speedway got
underway Monday and all
the drivers are going for the
gold. The gold in this
particular case is the
Harley J. Earl Trophy that will
be presented to the winner of
the 50th running of the Great
American Race, which is
most commonly called the
'Daytbna 500'...and its just
36 days away!
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Left to right: Barbara Farris and Jim Fowler. Farris emailed
that she was suing Fowler and several others.

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A leading. he saga of
developing Jim ,ler's Life in
the Wild said she has filed lawsuits
against Fowler and others.
Barbara Farris, CEO of Blue
Dolphin II, said in emails very
early Friday morning that she has
scheduled a news conference in
Bonifay on Feb. 5 to present her
case. She said lawsuits were in the
process of being filed earlier this
week against Fowler, his assistant,
Bill Hardy, Tara Perry of Explora-
tion Holdings, Fowler's Parks and

Local housing market still looks good

Staff Writer
For sale signs dot Chipley's
.streets and many newspapers
report the state's real estate de-
Should homeowners eager
to sell be worried? Have county
property and structural values
dropped?. Are property owners
being taxed at values greater than
they could receive upon selling
their home, land or business?
No, no and no. That's accord-
ing to Wanda Owens, a local
realtor with 12 years' experi-
ence and Gil Carter, Washington
County's property appraiser.
Carter praised his staff's effort
in making sure values were kept
'within reason."
He said, "There's been a lot
of flipping going on the past two,
or three years, but it's leveled
back down. There aren't a lot of
sales, but the value seems to be
Carter added that the state's
significant value and tax rate fluc-
tuations seem to be concentrated
in waterfront counties.
"With the special session in
Tallahassee, people expected to
get a tax break and they really
didn't get it." Carter said, "They
didn't get a big increase here,

Owens, who co-owns South-
ern Way Realty in Chipley with
her husband,.Carl, agrees.
"2005 was the busiest I've seen
real estate. A lot of people made
real good money. Sellers were
getting' crazy prices on houses,
land, commercial, everything,"
she said. "All the talk of the new
airport and Wild Kingdom com-
ing in, that had a lot to do With
the boom here."
Owens isn't concerned about
all the "for sale" signs around

town, either.
"What happened is the mar-
ket is back to normal," she said.
"It's a cycle. In 2005, the phone
could ring and nine times out of
10 we had a sale. That's when a
lot of people started getting their
real estate licenses and new title
companies opened up.
"All those who got in it, where
are they? The ones who are left
now are the ones who were here
See HOUSING, page 2

Comme n i the article at wwwIchIpleypaper. c Go to BIusiness.underNews

Wildlife Services, and broker Nan
Gile. Farris said the lawsuits would
be for breach of contract, circum-
vention and tort to interfere, and
would be served next week.
Farris and Blue Dolphin II
have been involved with Fowler
and PAWS in an attempt to raise
capital for Fowler's proposed Life
in the Wild animal park and edu-
cation center to be located just off
Thomas Drive in Bonifay. Farris
claimed that Fowler and Hardy
signed performance and partner-
ship agreements with Blue Dolphin
See FOWLER, page 3

Sunny Hills

MSBU gets

a budget

$353,536 budget
is approved by MSBU
Advisory Committee
Managing Editor
Sunny Hills Municipal Ser-
vices Benefits Unit has a budget.
The MSBU Advisory Commit-
tee approved a $353,536 budget
Thursday night at its meeting at the
County Annex on South Boulevard
in Chipley. The budget now goes
before the Washington County
Board of County Commissioners
on Thursday, Jan. 27.
The budget has been a work in
progress for a few months, and
producing a balanced budget as
required by law took a bit of effort
Thursday night. One move that
helped get the MSBU budget in
line was an offer by District 5 Com-
missioner Ronnie Finch to move
the second work-crew supervisor's
salary and benefits in Sunny Hills
under the Washington County bud-
get. It turned out to be a big step
toward a balanced budget.
Finch said that he believed the
See MSBU, page 2

Caryville man sentenced to 30 years in prison

Managing Editor
Washington County Sheriff's Of-
fice announced
the conviction
and subsequent
sentencing of
Sam Henry Grif-
fin, 61, from the
Caryville area in
a news release
Griffin, who
is described by Griffin
the WCSO as a
long-time, high-level drug dealer,
was sentenced to 30 years Depart-
ment of Corrections, as well as, a
$25,000 fine based on a minimum
mandatory guideline for the De-
cember 2006 sale of 29.2 lbs of
marijuana which lead to a convic-
tion for drug trafficking.

Photo courtesy WCSO
Twenty-nine pounds of marijuana takes up a lot of space on
the hood of a patrol car. This haul was seized from Sam Griffin
of Caryville by the Washington County Sheriff's Office.

State Attorney Steve Meadows
announced that Circuit Court Judge
Allen Register imposed sentence

on Griffin right after the verdict
was returned. Griffin was sen-
tenced to 30 years in prison, with

a minimum mandatory three years,
and a total of $26,243 in fines and
costs. Florida law requires that an
inmate serve at least 85 per cent
of his sentence. After a full day
of trial, the jury deliberated about
24 minutes on Tuesday evening
before finding Griffin guilty.
"The cooperation between this
office and law enforcement has
resulted in the conviction of two
drug traffickers this week," Mead-
ows said. "We will continue to
fight the battle against those who
seek to weaken our community by
dealing drugs.
"The 30-year sentence handed
down on Tuesday should serve as
notice to other dealers, and would-
be dealers, that their crimes will
not be tolerated."
Sheriff Bobby Haddock ex-

See DRUGS, page 2
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housing market, according to local experts.

Continued from page 1

already," Owens said. "Real
estate is feast or famine.
(With the boom) everybody
got spoiled. All the negative
ads on TV and what we read
has overshadowed that it's
just normal real estate."
Richard F. Gaylord, presi-
dent of the National Associa-
tion of Realtors, agrees with
her assessment.
In an article in the Jan.
2008 issue of Realtor maga-

Continued from page 1

other commissioners would
go along with his proposal.
He also said that one way or
another, Sunny Hills would
always be covered by a work
"I may use the crew for
other purposes but you will
always have a crew appropri-
ate to the job," Finch said.
He also praised the Commit-
tee for completing the budget
"Thank you for what you
accomplished tonight," he
said. "I just hope we can
all come together as a com-
munity and promote Sunny
The budget includes a
$3,733 contingency fund.
Sal Zurica of the Sunny
Hills/Oak Hills Taxpayers
League told the Committee
that it could void the contract
to pay utilities for Sunny
Hills Fire and Rescue on 60
days notice. The matter will
be sent to County Attorney
Gerald Holley for review.
The fire department bud-
get is set at $37,000, and
includes payment for trucks,
utilities and other expenses.
Zurica also urged the

zine, he said, "There is no
such thing as a bad market.
The boom created a mis-
conception that real estate
is a high yield, short-term
investment. It's not. Re-
gardless of where we are in
the cycle, there are always
plenty of people ready to buy
and sell."
If you scroll down the
article at www.chipleypaper.
cor you willfind a place to
comment on the article (this
service is available for any
Washington County News
article on the Internet).

Committee to hire a private
certified public accountant
to handle assessment funds.
"It would take the load off
the County and get better
results," he said. Zurica sug-
gested that the CPA could
handle inventory and invoic-
es, as well as pay bills.
County Administrator
Pete Herbert said that he
would have to research the
MSBU ordinance to see if
this could be done. "Pres-
ently the County handles all
of that," he said.
Compliments were ex-
tended to Finch and the
County by several in atten-
dance for the good work done
on mowing and trimming, as
well as work repairing dam-
aged culverts. Public Works
Director David Corbin said
that 24 have been repaired
so far, and about 200 need
It was also reported that
about 70 metal grates have
been stolen, possibly by
scrap thieves. There was
also a complaint about litter
The next Committee
meeting is scheduled for
Thursday, April 15 at 5:30
p.m. It is set for the Wilder
Park pavilion, weather per-

Continued from page 1

pressed his pleasure regard-
ing the sentencing.
"Our office has made no
secret of the fact we are mak-
ing a strong push to remove
high-level distributors of
illegal drugs," Haddock said
in the news release. "A case
like this takes numerous man
hours by deputies and inves-
tigators who are dedicated to
making this community safer
not only in the immediate
future, but for several years
to come.
"This conviction is a huge
victory not only for our of-
fice, but also for the Assistant
State Attorney Barbara Finch
and the State Attorney's Of-
fice. It is because of their
tireless commitment to con-
victing these drug cases that
we can keep the high volume
illegal drug pushers off our
streets and away from our
In addition to the traf-
ficking conviction, Griffin
faces additional charges of
delivery of a controlled sub-
stance (methamphetamine),
aggravated child abuse and
contributing to the delin-
quency of a minor in cases
scheduled for trial later this
year, according to the news

Stricklen convicted in
drug case
State Attorney Steve
Meadows announces the
i 1

conviction, in Washing-
ton County Court, of Mark
Douglas Stricklen, on a
charge of trafficking in meth-
amphetamine,,more than 14
A jury of one male and
five females deliberated for
about two hours Wednesday
night before finding Strick-
len, 40, of Caryville, guilty
in the Feb. 3, 2007 arrest.
Sentencing is set for Feb.
12. Stricklen faces a maxi-
mum of 30 -years in prison,
with a minimum three years
and $50,000 fine.

Things-to, do in
Washington, Holmes and
Surrounding Counties


Another rescue by a local K-9 team

Managing Editor
A well-trained police dog
can be a great help to law en-
forcement. Whether hunting
illegal drugs or employed in
search and rescue, a K-9 can
be the difference between
solving a case or even sav-
ing a life.
A case in point came up
last weekend in Washington
County, as related in a news
release from the Washington
County Sheriff's Office.
On Saturday, January 5,
Washington County Sheriff's
Office received a call about a
missing 18-month-old child
in the Vernon area.
Deputies were dispatched
immediately and due to the

Submitted photo
Deputy Jeremy Pelfrey
and K-9 Aix were on the
job recently to find a
missing child.

urgency of the matter, the


Sand pit exception shot down by Planning Commission

Managing Editor
A large number of op-
ponents were on hand
Tuesday night at the Wash-
ington County Annex in
Chipley to protest a pro-
posed sand pit just off Hwy.
20 on Blue Springs Road in
Youngstown. The Commis-
sion unanimously denied the
request for an exception for
the sand pit.
The proposal now goes to
the Board of County Com-
missioners at 5 p.m. on
Thursday, Jan. 27.
Dexter Gortemoller, a
representative, of the de-
veloper, was on hand to
'discuss the project and sev-
eral proposed changes to
answer public concerns. The
159-acre project is about a
half-mile north of Hwy. 20
on Blue Springs Road. The
developer plansto only do
sand excavation, and said
they eventually plan a resi-
dential development around
a lake made from the pit.
Gortemoller said the de-
veloper, Blue Springs Acres,
LLC,proposes to expand the
buffer and create a close ba-
sin to restrict off-site runoff.
Hours of operation would
be 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday
through Friday and 7 a.m.
to noon Saturday. The pit
would go down 15 feet.
County Engineer Cliff
Knauer said the normally re-
quired 50-foot buffer would
be "exceeded substantially"
by the increased buffer.
Knauer said that based on
the geotechnical study there
should be no problem, and
no rare or endangered plant
or animal species were dis-
covered. He said that from
an engineering standpoint
the proposal appears to meet.
County Planner Lynda
Waller said that Washing-
ton County Public Works

Jay Felsberg/WCN
John Cordil noted the debate in 2007 over the
proposed Swearington pit. He noted the potential
raised during that debate for dust, noise and other

looked at the road and saw
no problem from truck traf-
fic. Waller also noted that
Bay County officials have no
objections to the proposal.
She said one concern that
the Commission could ad-
dress was that the area was a
desirable area for residential
development and there were
already a number of residen-
tial lots.
A number of objections
were raised by nearby resi-
dents. Randall Baker cited
a ''lack of assurance" about
any damage to the land and
water table. Baker said that
the developer should be re-
sponsible for a wide variety
of environmental, water
and other testing, or that it
should be done by indepen-
dent organizations or by the
"I don't think that's too
much to ask for the amount
of money he's going to make
after this," Baker said.
John Cordil noted the
debate in 2007 over the
proposed Swearington pit.
He noted the potential raised
during that debate for dust,

noise and other problems.
"Why do we keep strip min-
ing Washington County?"
he asked. "Would you want
to live next to 100 trucks a
day? I could have stayed in
Indiana and gotten this."
Dan Thompson, an ad-
joining property owner, said
that like many, he came
to the area for the peace
and quiet "Not to listen
to dump trunks, bulldoz-
ers, and excavators all day
long," he said. Thompson
described the effect of bad
weather on the road and said
the proposed twice-a-month
maintenance "won't cut it."
He noted his concern about
the effect of diesel leaks on
the water supply and the
amount of dust.
"We're not perfect we
make mistakes," he said.
"He will make mistakes. We
were there first; don't let him
do it on top of us."
Mary Loflin said she
worked a night shift at the
pulp mill, "and with 100
trucks a day I can forget
about sleep," she said. "Our.
property values would go

down to nothing." Loflin
expressed her doubt that the
pit would be anything but a
landfill after the sand min-
ing was finished. "I've seen
it happen," she said. "That
will certainly pollute our
land and air, and I will fight
it tooth and nail."
Frances Hammond noted
that the proposed pit was
very close to Blue Springs
Park and Ecofina Creek,
among other valuable wa-
tersheds and ecosystems.
She said that 59-80 percent
of the water that recharged
Deer Pointe Lake came from
the area. "It's a very impor-
tant aquifer and recharge
system," she said.
Hammond joined others
in her concern about land
prices. "The present assess-
ment is $29,300 an acre
- what would it be after
a sand pit?" She also said
that there were a number of
gopher tortoises in the area,
and another person said that
a nesting pair of Bald Eagles
lived in south Washington
Lou Tracy of Sunny Hills
noted the possible effects of
discharge from the develop-
ment on Deer Pointe Lake, a
major part of Bay County's
water supply. "Are we going
to be responsible for this?"
Tracy asked. "We need to
stop it now."
In other business, the
*Denied by a vote of 6-1 a
request by Gregory Jackson
for a variance to establish a
legal' lot. The lot proposed
was a half-acre, and that is
not a legal lot according to
County codes.
*Approved a plat vacation
for Steven Smith for four
lots in the Rainbow Heights
subdivision in the City of
Vernon. The lots would
be vacated and returned to
agricultural acreage to al-
low the land to be used for
agricultural purposes.

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Washington County Sher-
iff's Office K-9 team was
also dispatched.
Deputies and the WCSO
K-9 Team arrived within
minutes and immediately
initiated K-9 tracking with
WCSO K-9 Aix and his han-
dler, Deputy Jeremy Pelfrey.
Aix picked up the scent of
the child and after tracking
into the woods and through
a fence, the child was dis-
covered unharmed.
This was the second res-
cue of a young child in then
last few weeks after one in
late December by Washing-
ton Corrections Institute.
Sheriff Bobby Haddock
noted the value of a K-9
team in such a rescue situa-
tion, especially where time is

of the essence due to the age
of the missing person.
"While the primary pur-
pose of our K-9 team is to
locate drugs, this is a perfect
example of what these high-
ly trained K-9s are capable
of doing in an emergency,"
Haddock said.
"We rely heavily on the
services of Washington
County Correctional Insti-
tution's K-9 tracking teams
for these type situations,
but in this circumstance our
team was already in the area,
which allowed us to resolve
this case extremely quickly.
"I can't praise our K-9
team, Deputy Jeremy Pel-
frey and K-9 Aix, enough for
the great job they did finding
this child."

Saturday, January 12, 2008 Washington County News, 3

Jay Felsberg/WCN
Mayor Pro Tem Karen Rustin presents the Was-
son family of 1358 Watts Avenue with the Ward 1
Christmas decoration award.

Jay Felsberg/WCN Jay Felsberg/WCN
Councilwoman Cheryl McCall presents the Chris- Councilman Price Wilson presents the Spencer
tiansen family of 658 Main Street with the Ward 2 family of 1162 4th Street with the Ward 3 Christmas
Christmas decoration award. decoration award.

YMCA contract signed, Christmas decoration awards presented

Managing Editor
Chipley City Council unani-
mously approved signing the
YMCA contract, in effect turning
the City's rec programs over to the
Chipley branch of the YMCA of
the Emerald Coast, Inc.

YMCA-EC Chairman Steve
Bonnell and representatives of
the Chipley branch were on hand
as Council took action to provide
recreation services despite a seri-
ous financial crunch.
The contract is largely that
described in earlier editions of the
Washington County News with

Jay Felsberg/WCN
Mayor Linda Cain presents the Johnson family
of 731 Sinclair Street with the Ward 4 Christmas
decoration award.

minor changes.
There are 124 children already
signed up for basketball, with
evaluations on Saturday morning
beginning at 8:30 a.m. Children
can still sign up at Historic Chipley
High School Gym at that time.
Practice begins Jan. 15. Consider-
able cleanup and repair were done

over a two-day period at the old
gym. Awards were also presented
for best Christmas decorations in
each ward and at large.
Council also approved a list
of legislative initiatives recom-
mended by the Florida League
of Cities, approved funding a
new caution light at 5th Avenue

and Hwy. 90, approved the bid
of $315,000 for repair of the old
City Hall, approved the bid recom-
mendation from the CRA for the
Roulhac Center roof, approved the
ice maker moving its location north
for the new Tyndall Credit Union,
and agreed to pay $118,00 as part
of paying a state fine.

Jay Felsberg/WCN
Left to right: Darrin Wall of the Chipley YMCA,
Chairman Steve Bonnell of the YMCA of the Emer-
ald Coast, Inc. and Chipley Mayor Linda Cain sign
the YMCA contract.

Mor coerae a ww* ciplyppe.com

Continued from page 1

II, and that Blue Dolphin II
was in the process of get-
ting a loan approved for
the project, which would
have included the park and
development of adjoining
property. Farris also said
that Blue Dolphin II had
$540 million in presales of
property once a development
order was in place.
Farris went on to claim
that Fowler committed
breach of contract when he
wrote and said he wanted to
sever ties with Blue Dolphin
II and work with Exploration
Holdings and Parry.
"We will have our day
and present the facts," Hardy

said in an interview Friday
morning, acting as spokes-
man for PAWS. "It will be
resolved in a proper man-
ner." Hardy said he could
not comment further until he
saw a copy of the lawsuit.
The company website,
com, presents a wide-rang-
ing community development
plan based around interac-
tive multimedia, educational
institutes and other projects.
Attempts were made to con-
tact Perry Friday morning.
Farris also said that Ex-
ploration Holdings had,
"placed her under several
contracts and has not per-
formed." Farris said that
when this happened she
began investigating Perry,

who she said claimed to have
celebrities and investors
Sam Zell, Jack Welch, Jay
Leno, Bill Clinton and others
as partners. Farris said that
Blue Dolphin II found that
this was not true.
Farris also claims that
Exploration Holdings failed
to close on properties Blue
Dolphin II had under con-
tract, and failed to compen-
sate Blue Dolphin II for its
time and expenses.
Farris said she plans to
go nationally so "this does
not happen again." Farris
claimed that something like
this situation could have
happened during Fowler's
unsuccessful efforts to com-
plete a similar project in
Brunswick, Ga.


DOF Seedling
Join the Florida Division
of Forestry in celebrating
2008 National Arbor Day.
Everyone is invited to at-
tend this event and receive
various hardwood seedlings.
This is scheduled to take
place on January 18, (ap-
prox. 9 a.m. until supplies
last) at the Wal-Mart Super-
centers in Defuniak Springs
and Chipley.
Contact Mike Mathis,
Senior Forester 547-7088 for
more information.

Ben's Place plans
Dog Expo
Ben's Place will host
its First Annual Panhandle
Dog Expo. "No Dog Left
Behind" on Jan. 19,2008, 10
a.m. to 4 p.m. at 1211 Sam
Ard Road, Bonifay.
Activities include dog
grooming tips, basic obedi-
ence training, how to pick
your dog or puppy and
healthcare workshops.

Call to enter your dog or
puppy in a fashion show,
basic obedience and bow-
wow picture contest. There
will also be doggie figure
painting, silent auction.
Admission is free. Ev-
eryone is asked to donate a
bag of dry dog food. Ven-
dor booths are $25, plus a

basket of goods that will be
auctioned. Barbecue chicken
dinners will be served at $5
All proceeds from this
event will go to continued
support of Ben's Place Ani-
mal & Care Adoption Cen-
ter. You can call 263-7693
for more information.


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sports, email to Jay Felsberg at

To submit classifieds or for questions
about circulation, email Zola Anderson
at zanderson@chipleypaper.com

For questions about advertising or
advertising rates email Pam Jackson @

Jay Felsberg/WCN
Councilman Tommy McDonald, Jr. presents the
Richards family of 631 4th Street with the At-Large
Christmas decoration award.

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4, Washington County News, Saturday, January 12, 2008


Biofuel proposal clears another hurdle

Florida Freedom Newswire
A proposed biofuel plant
took another step forward
Tuesday night when the
Walton County Commission
voted to approve a contract
for the facility.
Gulf Coast Energy Inc.
will build and operate an
ethanol and biodiesel plant
in Mossy Head that will be
the nation's first facility to
produce both fuels at the
same site, said Gulf Coast
Energy President and CEO
Mark Warner.
The plant will use ren-
dered chicken fat and soy-
bean oil to make biodiesel,
according to Gulf Coast
Energy's state grant appli-
cation. Instead of corn, any
wood waste can be used to
make ethanol at the facility,
Warner said.
"Almost anything that has
carbon in it" can be used to
produce ethanol, even hur-
ricane debris, Warner said.
Walton Commissioner
Larry Jones said the plant
will initially employ about
50 people. Warner said the
number of jobs should jump

to about 150 after three
The plant will produce
more than just renewable
fuel and jobs; it will also
funnel money into county
coffers. When the operation
is up and running, the county
will receive 0.5 percent of its
gross revenue, Jones said.
But biofuels will be the
main attraction. After three
years of operation, the facil-
ity aims to produce about 70
million gallons of ethanol
and about 10 million gallons
of biodiesel, Warner said.
The production of both
renewable fuels will create
waste products that can be
used to make more fuel or
be put back into the environ-
ment, Warner said.
The byproduct from mak-

ing biodiesel is glycerin, a
thick, sweet colorless liquid
that can be fed back into
the system to produce more
ethanol. Ethanol production
yields ash and methanol.
Methanol is required to pro-
duce biodiesel, according to
the company's state grant
"The ash makes an excel-
lent fertilizer," Warner said.
Gulf Coast Energy has ap-
plied for $40 million worth
of state and federal grants
- $7 million from Florida.
Warner said he should know
if the grants are approved
by late January or early
February. If the grants come
through and the company
can raise another $65 to $90
million through capital in-
vestment deals, construction
could begin by late spring,
Warner said.
The biodiesel section will
be built first and should take
from seven to nine months
to complete, Warner said.
After that, construction on
the ethanol part is scheduled
to begin and take about four
or five months to finish.
The plant will cover about

75 acres in Mossy Head's
industrial park located along
U.S. Highway 90 near State
Road 285. Walton County
will consider giving Gulf
Coast Energy an incentive
on property taxes, but no
decision has been made, said
Assistant County Adminis-
trator Shirl Williams.
Renewable fuel plants
like the one proposed in
Mossy Head are part of
Florida's push to be more en-
vironmentally friendly, said
Terry McElroy, a spokesman
for the state Department of
Agriculture and Consumer
In 2006, the Farm to Fuel
program was formed to "pro-
mote the production and
distribution of renewable
energy from Florida-grown
crops, agricultural wastes ...
and other biomass," accord-
ing to the department.
The Mossy Head plant
would be the first in North-
west Florida and one of three
that produces ethanol in the
state, McElroy said.
Four or five more plants
are on the drawing board,
he added.

New proposal to check on teacher misconduct

Staff Writer
The Chairman of Flori-
da's Senate Education Com-
mittee is considering leg-
islation to prevent teachers
found guilty of misconduct
from being rehired in Florida
schools. According to a Sen-
ate report issued in Novem-
ber, there are inconsistencies
among districts and schools
in the hiring of teachers and
the handling of allegations
of misconduct.
If the idea of State Sen.
Don Gaetz comes to fruition,
this prohibition will come
on top of others already in
place, such as state statutes
requiring school districts to
conduct teacher background
investigations; the Jessica
Lunsford Act, which extends
background checks to ven-

dors who come on campus;
investigations of teachers by
the Florida Dept. of Educa-
tion Professional Practices
arm, and public access to
actions taken against teacher
The Florida DOE certi-
fies teachers after reviewing
their educational qualifica-
tions and backgrounds.
Jayne Peel, Washington
County schools assistant
superintendent, said, "If the
DOE issues a certificate, it is
their stamp of approval. We
will not hire a teacher with-
out a certificate or verifica-
tion they can get a temporary
certificate, which means
they have been cleared by
Professional Practices."
That said, the district
takes steps above and be-
yond what the state requires
to protect children enrolled in

the county's public schools.
"We do background
checks on everyone, which
includes our volunteers,"
Peel said. "Also, if some-
thing comes up and we de-
cide to look into something
regarding a teacher, I notify
Professional Practices, even
if my investigation clears a
teacher. Even if I find noth-
ing, I will forward it and
they will do a follow-up
Peel said she and Supt.
Calvin Stevenson plan to
attend a legislative forum
sponsored by the Northwest
Florida Chamber Coalition,
scheduled Jan. 17, 4 to 6
p.m. at Sandestin Beach and
Golf Resort.
"We're going to the fo-
rum to hear where he's going
with this. At least that's what
we're hoping we'll hear,"

Peel said.
In an article published by
the Northwest Florida Daily
News, Gaetz said his intent
is to address investigations
that end with "quiet deals al-
lowing unethical teachers to
resign to avoid bad publicity
for the school district."
Washington County has
two teachers listed in the
state database as having ac-
tions against their teaching
certificates. They are James
Ralph Seaboch, whose cer-
tificate was surrendered per-
manently and Dwyn Kathryn
Zaharis, whose certificate
has been suspended for one
year, will be probationary
for three years and allow.
only certain types of em-
The database is acces-
sible at http://www.fldoe.

5 Million Lives Campaign underway at NFCH


Submitted photo
Capital City Bank helps TSIC
Roy Carter with Capital City Bank presented a siz-
able donation to Don Walters for the Washington
County Take Stock in Children scholarship pro-
gram. The check came from the Capital City Bank
Group Foundation. The Group supports organiza-
tions that build strong communities by enhancing
the quality of life in the communities where they do
business. Providing scholarships to children in our
community who wish to pursue a higher education
but cannot afford it, Washington County Take Stock
in Children matches the goals of Capital City Bank
Group Foundation. Capital City Bank has been
a strong supporter for Washington County Take
Stock in Children by making other donations in
the past. "We appreciate the support and gener-
osity that Capital City Bank Group Foundation has
shown for our children," said Walters.

Suspect sought in shotgun robbery
Lawmen say they arrested one armed robbery suspect
Thursday, but another man remains at large and is danger-
ous, according to Florida Freedom Newswire.
Joshua Nathaniel Landrie is probably armed, investigators
caution. The 29-year-old has been to law enforcement acad-
emy and is known to have access to guns, ac-
cording to Okaloosa County Sheriff's Office
spokeswoman Catherine Rodriguez.
Landrie's alleged accomplice, 30-year-old
Joshua Thomas Marks, was arrested at about
5 p.m. Thursday after he and his 23-year-
old girlfriend, Dana Jewett, were driving
in separate cars to their home on Magnolia
Avenue in Shalimar. Landrie
"When they were driving toward the house,
she noticed the deputies there" and called Marks' cell phone
to warn him, Rodriguez said.
They each were arrested at the intersection of Sunset Lane
and Eglin Parkway, according to reports.
Marks is charged with being a principal to the armed
robbery of an ATM serviceman outside Vanguard Bank on
Mary Esther Boulevard at about 9:30 a.m. Dec. 17.
The victim, an employee of Strong Armed Courier Ser-
vice, told deputies he was picking up cash from the bank
when a man approached him with a shotgun and took off
with the money in a getaway car driven by another man.
The serviceman, wasn't hurt.
Lawmen won't say if they know for sure who wielded the
shotgun and who drove the getaway car; the investigation
is continuing.
The car, a black spray-painted Toyota Corolla, was found
later on Magnolia Avenue, Marks' street. It had been reported
stolen from Uptown Station a few days earlier.

Northwest Florida Com-
munity Hospital has joined
the Institute for Healthcare
Improvement's 5 Million
Lives Campaign, a national
campaign to dramatically
reduce incidents of medical
harm in U.S. hospitals. The
information was received in
a news release from NFCH.
The 5 Million Lives Cam-
paign asks hospitals to im-
prove the care they provide
in order to protect patients
from five million incidents
of medical harm over a 24-
month period, ending Dec.
9. It is a continuation of the
largest improvement effort
undertaken in recent history
by the health care industry.
The campaign was un-
veiled on Dec. 12, 2006 and
builds upon the success of
the 100,000 Lives Campaign
in which 3,100 participating
facilities (75 percent of U.S.
hospital beds,) avoided ur-
necessary deaths by imple-
menting six evidence-based

interventions, along with
other initiatives.
IHI estimates that 15 mil-
lion incidents of medical
harm occur in U.S. hospitals
each year. With 37 million
admissions in the United
States each year (according
to the AHA's National Hos-
pital Survey for 2005) this
equates to approximately 15
million harm events annually
- or 40,000 incidents of harm
daily in U.S. hospitals.
NFCH plans to implement
and continue working on the
following interventions as
part of their participation:
*Prevent Methicillin-Re-
sistant Staphylococcus Au-
reus (MRSA) infection...
by reliably implementing
scientifically proven infec-
tion control practices.
*Reduce harm from high-
alert medications, starting
with a focus on anticoagu-
lants, sedatives, narcotics,
and insulin.
*Reduce surgical com-

plications by reliably im-
plementing the changes in
care recommended by the
Surgical Care Improvement
Project (SCIP).
*Prevent pressure ulcers
by reliably using science-
based guidelines for pre-
vention of this serious and
common complication.
*Deliver reliable, evi-
dence-based care for conges-
tive heart failure to reduce
*Get Boards on board by
defining and spreading new
and leveraged processes for
hospital Boards of Directors,
so they can become far more
effective in accelerating the
improvement of care.
*Deploy Rapid Response
Teams at the first sign of
patient decline and before
catastrophic cardiac or re-
spiratory event.
*Deliver reliable, evi-
dence-based care for acute
myocardial infarction to
prevent deaths from heart

*Prevent adverse drug
events by reconciling patient
medications at every transi-
tion point in care.
*Prevent central line in-
fections by implementing a
series of interdependent, sci-
entifically grounded steps.
*Prevent surgical site
infections by following a
series of steps, including
reliable, timely administra-
tion of correct perioperative
*Prevent ventilator-asso-
ciated pneumonia by imple-
menting a series of inter-
dependent, scientifically
grounded steps.
There is no cost for hos-
pitals to join the campaign
though there is an obligation
to adopt at least one inter-
vention and an expectation
of regularly reporting hos-
pital profile and mortality
www.ihi.org has a defini-
tion of medical harm.

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Scammers are using people's fear of being labeled "deadbeats" to extort money from honest, credit-
worthy consumers.
Posing as a collection agency, the con artist contacts a victim, claiming the person owes a specific
amount to a particular company.
To convince victims to wire money to pay the "delinquent accounts," scammers threaten to report
"overdue bills" to credit bureaus, take some form of legal action or even drain money from victims'
bank accounts.
ironically, real "deadbeats" probably wouldn't fall for this scam, since they have no intention of re-
paying their creditors. But upright citizens may doubt themselves, thinking they've forgotten to pay
a bill.
And, because the sums involved tend to be fairly small, some people may be tempted to just pay the
"bill" and "get it over with."
Do NOT "pay off" these scammersi
Instead, contact the actual creditor to learn if someone opened an account in your name. This is im-
portant because you could be a victim of identity theft -- and not know it.
To receive a FREE copy of your credit report each year and to ensure there is no inaccurate informa-
tion or unusual activity, contact the following. It is safe to give your Social Security Number.
Website: www.annualcreditreport.com
Telephone: 877-322-8228

Communities Against Senior Exploitation

Chamber coalition
to host legislative
forum Jan. 17
The Northwest Florida
Chamber Coalition, a group
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
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.

Archery tournament
Hard Labor Creek Shoot-
ing Sports will host its first
archery tournament of the
new year. The tournament
is scheduled for Jan. 19 at
HLCSS. Registration will
begin at 7 a.m. and shooting
is scheduled to begin at 8
a.m. For information email
gclark@ hardlaborskeet.

The following informa-
tion was taken from records
at the Washington County
Courthouse of unfinalized,
recorded divorce actions
from Dec. 11 through Jan.
Dec. 11, David M. Wig-
ginton vs Suzette H. Wig-

For assistance call the
Washington County Sheriff's Office Fraud Line:
CASE is a Partnership of the Washington County Sheriffs Office and the
Community to prevent elderfinancial exploitation

Jan. 3, Anne Marie
Jackson vs Christopher
Andrew Jackson.
Jan. 7, Jessica M. God-
din vs Buford G. Goddin.
Jan. 7, Sara Colleen
Peters vs Harry Edwin
Peters Jr.

Marriage licenses
The following informa-
tion was taken from wed-
ding license applications
issued by the clerk's office
at the Washington County
Courthouse Dec. 7 to Dec.
Dec. 7, Jonathan Rob-
ert Booth and Alesha Lynne
Dec. 7, Brent Wade
Barron and Beverly Bruce
Dec. 7, David Larry
Carlberg and Shawna Rae
Dec. 10, James Der-
ek Kirkland and Jessica
Leighann Howell.
Dec. 10, Randall Jason
Hurchins and Sarha Marie
Dec. 12, David Lee Dean
and Tira Ann Poole.
Dec. 27, Ronald Stacey
Brock and Cheryl Louaine
Dec. 28, Howard Wesley
Tyler Basham and Tandi
Nicloe Hinson
Dec. 28, Mario Aldo
Corradino and Agnes Jane

YMCA basketball
Basketball registration for
the Chipley YMCA league
ages 5-14 is underway from
3-6 p.m. at PALS Park. The
deadline is Thursday, Jan.
10. For information, call
Guy Lane at 638-6348.

Livestock report
For the week ending Jan. 8, 2008:
At the Florida Livestock Auctions, receipts totaled $8,268,
compared to closed last week and $7,783 a year ago. Ac-
cording to the Florida Federal-State Livestock Market News
Service, compared last week, slaughter cows and bulls were
steady to $1 higher, feeder steers and heifers were unevenly
Feeder Steers: Medium & Large Frame No. 1-2
200-300 lbs. $125.00- 171.00
300-400 lbs. $110.00 147.00
400-500 lbs. $ 97.00 120.00
Feeder Heifers: Medium & Large Frame No. 1-2
200-300 lbs. $107.50 174.00
300-400 lbs. $ 97.00 128.00
400-500 lbs. $ 86.00 109.00
Slaughter Cows: Lean
750-1200 lbs. 85-90 percent $43.00 49.00
Slaughter Bulls: Yield Grade, No. 1-2
1,000-2,100 lbs. $56.00 68.00

Mature driving
classes offered
Washington County
Council on Aging and AARP
are co-sponsoring a mature
driving class for individu-
als 50 years and older on
Wednesday, Jan. 16 and
Thursday, Jan 17, from
8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.,
both days.
This eight-hour course
was developed especially
for for the senior driver with
years of driving experience.
Classes will be held in Chi-
pley at the Shriner's Club
on Brickyard Road (just past
Sherwood Apartments).
The National Safety
Council course reviews ba-
sic driving knowledge, new
traffic laws, and introduces
techniques to help offset the
effects of the aging process
on driver performance. It
is geared to drivers' safety
needs and helps compensate
for age-related changes.
This mature driving class
is approved by the DHSMV
for a three-year insurance
premium reduction.
There is no testing and
only a minimal course fee
of $10. To enroll, call Wash-
ington County Council of
Aging at (850) 638-6217.


K Years Ago j]

Taken from the files of the Washington County News

5 YEARS AGO, 2003 Hewitt, third. dessert all you can eat for
Alan Bush was installed 15 YEARS AGO, 1998 $1.25 per person.
as Worshipful Master during Jason Rogers wrote a 55 YEARS AGO, 1953
ceremonies at Wausau Ma- Christmas letter saying he A bald eagle with a wing-
sonic Lodge #39. Girl Scout "hoped Santa had a lot of spread of six and one-half
Troop 287 was collecting muny because I've got a feet was caught in a steel trap
school supplies as part of high-price thing. I want a near Gap Pond. It had been
a move to help Washington Porsche." killing hogs in that section.
County Literacy Program Sheriff Fred Peel and Seen shopping in Dothan,
stamp out illiteracy, other elected officials beefed Ala., during the holidays
Brandon Sasser of Chi- up security at Washington were Mrs. Ed Farrior, Mrs.
pley was selected as a mem- County Courthouse after a Ed Yates, and Mrs. Jodie
ber of the National Society triple shooting was reported Owens and daughters, Emma
of High School Scholars. at a Gulf County facility. Lee and Mildred.
Pate Pond near Five 30 YEARS AGO, 1978 Mrs.Eloise (Craven) She-
Points was stocked with Audrey Sexton became hee was expected to come
more than 10,000 fingerling the first woman to serve on from Nashville, Tenn., for
shellcrackers and 10,000 Vernon City Council when a visit with her parents, Mr.
coppernose bluegill. she defeated W.F. Marshall, and Mrs. W.M. Craven.
10 YEARS AGO, 1998 159-66. 65 YEARS AGO, 1943
The 44th racing season Bill Minchin left for Jack-
began Jan. 2 at Ebro Grey- Gene Martin, a Chipley sonville where he had en-
hound Park. Also open was volunteer, was honored as listed in the U.S. Navy..Mrs.
the new Paddock Buffet Outsanding Fire Fighter of Minchin accompanied him
featuring carved meats and the Year at the department's to Jacksonville and, from
vegetables, annual banquet. there, went to Dania to spend
Seven building sites were Jean Rash of Vernon won the holidays with relatives.
tentatively being considered a $200 shopping spree given Mrs. C.L. Clark returned
as possible location for a by 30 participating business- to Blountstown after spend-
new Vernon school to serve es. Charles Lewis of Chipley ing several days with her
grades 5-8. was runner-up. His shopping parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.B.
Allison Davis of Chi- spree was worth $100. Dunn.
pley received a scholarship 45 YEARS AGO, 1963 Helen Bennett of Bir-
from Les Jolie Dames Civic Mr. and Mrs. Irving mingham spent the holidays
Club. Roche of Vernon attended with her parents, Mr. and
T.D. Mercer retired after the FFA-FHA banquet at Mrs. Fred Bennett.
21 years of service at Wash- Paxton High School where 80 YEARS AGO, 1928
ington-Holmes ARC. their son, Happy Roche, L. Tobias and Sons, who
Mr. and Mrs. Marcus was vocational agriculture purchased the old leather
Weeks of Westville cele- teacher, plant building, said they
brated their Golden Wedding Mrs. Dale B. Dixon and planned to install a cold stor-
Anniversary. daughter of Madison, Wise., age plant there.
Army Captain Rebecca were guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Britt of
Holt conducted food sanita- Mr. and Mrs. Earl Kent of West Holmes Creek spent
tion tests for the 82nd Air- Chipley, and her brother, Saturday shopping in Chi-
borne Division. Rickey. pley.
Winners in the sixth- Shiver's Hotel offered Miss Bertha Daniel, who
grade spelling bee at Ver- a Sunday special of baked was teaching in Pensacola,
non Elementary included ham and fried chicken with came home to spend some
Jacqueline Paul, first; Sandra a large assortment of veg- time with Mr. and Mrs. W.O.
Baguzis, second, and Heath etables, choice of drink and Daniel.

Evacuation study planned for region

Washington County Pub-
lic Safety Director Roger
Hagan has announced that
Washington County is work-
ing in conjunction with the
West Florida Regional Plan-
ning Council and other Pan-
handle counties in an evacu-
ation study for the region.
This study is part of a
larger statewide study and
intended to better prepare the
people of the state of Florida
and Washington County in
particular for a safe evacu-

Senior trips
Some interesting trips
are available for area senior
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,



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ation in the event of and
approaching hurricane or
other disaster.
Residents are advised
that the Regional Planning
Council will be conducting a
telephone interview process
in the mid to late January
timeframe. If you receive a
call please cooperate with
the caller in providing in-
formation that can be used
to help protect you in the
A sketch of what the study

Acadian Village, Konriko
Rice Mill and lots more.
Reservations may be
made by calling Kenny Gor-
don at Tour America, 850-

Free smoke alarms
The Chipley Fire Depart-
ment is offering free smoke
alarms to local residents.
Applicants must stop by the

is about and how it will be
conducted is at www.chi-
Interviews in the Wash-
ington County region are
expected to begin during
the week of January 21 and
should be completed by the
first week of February.
This is not a scam and
will only take a few minutes.
For more information you
may contact the Washington
County Emergency Manage-
ment office at 638-6203.

Chipley Fire Department at
1430 Jackson Avenue and
pick up a form to request
the smoke alarm. For more
information, call 638-6301
or fax 638-6300.


Washington County Commissioners
1331 South Boulevard
Chipley, Florida 32428


Publics Works Workshop
Scheduling Special Projects

January 15, 2008
At 1:00pm

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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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
Division, the. address of
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Chipley, FL 32428. The
name and address of the
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the will, the qualifications
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their claims with this court 79 South of onfay left needed for ins physicals nce eon
WITHIN THREE MONTHS LINDA HAYES COOK This application is being n 7 Son 1 mile on ht3320 in our Panama City, Ma bout mini-kit.
AFTER THE DATE OF CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT processed and is available Leola Brock Nurseries anna, & Defuniak Springs 8 5 0 5 4 7 1 6 4 0.
THE FIRST PUBLICATION COURT for public inspection dur- AP NELLC Plants, trees and territories. RN, LPN, EMT, Dwayne Atkins ISR
OF THIS NOTICE. WASHINGTON COUNTY, ing normal business W Yard Sale: some of every- shrubs. Landscape de- MA. Must have dependa-
ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS FLORIDA hours, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 3110 thing, cheap prices, sign, landscape contract- ble transportation, insu- NHC
AND OBJECTIONS NOT p.m., Monday through Fri- everything must go. Satur- ing, irrigation systems rance, & pass background HOMECARE
SO FILED WILL BE FOR- BY: J C Rogers, Deputy day, expect legal holidays, Washer & Dryer, Frigid- day, 12th, 2008, 2192 1788 White Road, Bonifay, check. Contact EXAM Quality Care is Our
EVER BARRED. Clerk at the Northwest. District are, H.D. White matched Happy Hollow Rd. Bonifay FL 32425 (Washington ONE (888) 494-1220. Business
The date of the first publi- office at 160 Governmen- pair $150.00 850-547-9570 County) (850)638-1202; FULL TIME PHYSICAL
aNotice is WARNING: t F Center Pensacola, 850-638-0560. 326-1500 Art/Entertainment/Media THERAPIST & PTA
January 5, 2008. Florida 32502-5794. 850-638-0560. 326-1500 Art/Entertainment/Media
Attorney for Personal Rep- THERE ARE UNPAID As published in the Wash- Maphis Tree Farm Are you looking for a
resentative: TAXES ON PROPERTY ington County News Janu- Nursery & Gift Shop Reporter/ re o ook environment
DAN STEWART, ESQUIRE WHICH YOU OWN IN ary 12, 2008. 3260 Spring is just around the Photographer with opportunity for flex-
Florida Bar No. 319392 WHICH YOU HAVE LE- yo odEncorner and now is the time ibility? NHC
Dan Stewart, PA. GAL INTEREST. THE 31 9 Energize you body, En- to plant your fruit trees Washington County HOMECARE of CHIP-
4519 Highway 90 PROPERTY WILL BE ergize you mind while and landscape plants. We News & Holmes County LEY has an immediate
Pace, FL 32571 SOLD AT PUBLIC AUC- 111 safely losing weight the have apples, pears, Times-Advertiser, a divi- opening for FULL TIME
(850) 994-4887 TION ON February 26, Stereo Equipment: The All Natural Way. Prod- peaches,: plums, nectar- sion of Florida Freedom PHYSICAL THERAPIST
Personal Representative: 2008 UNLESSTHE BACK COLOR SELLS! Sansu-A-1200 Amplifier, ucts 100% guaranteed ines, figs, mayhaw, blue- Newspapers, is seeking & PTA to care for our
ERIC GUNTER TAXES ARE PAID. TO Get Your Classed T-700 stereo tuner, Call:850-547-2091, berries, etc. Our citrus a general assignment homebound patients in
8508 Vacation Lane MAKE ARRANGEMENTS Gt Your Classified 2-SP-X8000 speakers, 850-263-0206. After 4pm trees include satsumas, reporter/photographer the Holmes/Washington
Milton, FL 32570 FOR PAYMENT OR TO COLORITechnics turnable 205-746-8828 meyers lemons, ruby red Excellent company County area.
Published January 5, 12, RECEIVE FURTHER IN- Call owfordetails SL1600 maran cassgrapefruit, hamilin and benefits. HOME CARE EXPERI-
2008. FORMATION, CONTACT .an be. ntlcedil player/recorder, model Blood Red Oranges, hon- ENCE
THE CLERK OF COURT 6380212 RA-7 reverb equalzer eybell tangelos, sweet and Send resume to: Editor, PREFERRED.Mileage
IMMEDIATELY AT P.O. or 850-547-4859 sour kumquats, limes and Washington County reimbursed with posi-
BOX 647 OR 1293 JACK- 547-9414 3280 calemondin. Our land- News tions. Interested parties
NOTICE OF APPLICA- SON AVE., SUITE 101, scape plants are too nu- 1364 N. Railroad Ave. may fax resume to:
TION FOR TAX DEED CHIPLEY, FLORIDA 10' Craftsman radial saw merous to list, but we 32428 850-638-1635, Attn: Me-
32428, OR TELEPHONE FI WOD $225 on stand, contractor have everything from or- issa Finch Administra-
Notice is hereby given, (850) 638-6008 EXT 232. series. Chipley Gun & namental grasses to Or email to: tor, or May apply in per-
that Simon Price the 1160 00Pawn. maples, birch and cleve- afelsberg@ son at NHC HomeCare,
holder of the following cer- Lost: Bloodhound, male, land pears. Come see us chipleypaper.com 1513 Hwy 90, Chipley,
tificate, has filed said cer- black and tan. Bethlehem Firewood For Sale; at 814 Rattlebox Rd 3 mi- FL 32428.
tificate for a Tax Deed to AMOUNT TO REDEEM area and Will Lee Road pickup or delivery, %4, %, Coleman Generator on les south on Orange Hill No phone calls '
be issued thereon. The FOR January $1,256.33 IN (10 mile creek). 547-2858 or full cord. All seasoned wheels $279, 10HP Rd, Chipley, FL. Watch for Drug Free Workplace T-County Cmmu-
certificate number and U.S. CURRENCY ONLY. Rewardll hardwood. Call for prices powermate, 5,000 watt, 5 our signs. 850-638-8243 Er E e ay -County Commu-
year of issuance, the de- and availability. gallon capacity. Chipley or visit us oh the web at unity Council, Inc., is
scription of the property, AMOUNT TO REDEEM 850-209-5370 Gun & Pawn. maphistreefarm.com All accepting applications
and the names in which it FOR February $1,274.10 Christmas items 20% off Administrative Center Coordinator
was assessed are as fol IN U.S. CURRENCY ONLY Graco Magnum paint Don't Forget Us Valentines and a Center Assistant
No Personal Checks Ac- sprayer on wheels $225DayClerical Assistant for the Head Start Pro-
CERTIFICATE NO. 259 cepted. FIT Chipley Gun & Pawn. (Part Time) Police NSIBILITYCen-
Cashier's Checks, Money 3220 ter Coordinator-Direct
DESCRIPTION OF PROP- Orders, and Western Un- The original Perry he City of Chipley is the activities of the Cen-
ERTY: Parcel # ion are the only other al-B&B Furniture 1342 scaffold $199, 6' tall on t ter providing care and
001700Mniture 1342 accepting applications ev for the
00-1170-0010 ternatives accepted. North R Avenue,Chip- wheels (original price for a Clerical Assistant development te
As published in the Wash- 3100 -Antiques ley. We pay cash for $450) Chipley Gun & (PT) in the Police Dept. children (3-5 years
The N 1/2 of Lot 2, of a ington County News Janu- 3110 -Appliances clean, quality furniture. Pawn. Minimum Require- olds) and families ac-
subdivision of Lots 1 & 2 ary 12, January 19, Janu- 3120-Arts & Crafts 850-557-0211 or ments: Knowledge in S tart Program Gid
in the E 1/2 of the SW 1/4 ary 26, February 2, 2008 3130 Auctions 850-415-6866. Ask for the preparation of out art Program Guide-
North, Range 13 West ac- 3150, Building Supplies100 Help Wanted structin of archive Assistant-Assist in all
of Section 3, Township 4 3140P-Baby Items PascoorCaroln 4100 Help Wanted Struction of archive Activ ntis n e
cording to the plat of 3160- Business 33004130 Employment case files surplus activities as needed.
Dekle Land Company STATE OF FLORIDA Equipment Information ert and evidencero QUALIFICATIONS:
Subdivision said S-D of DEPARTMENT OF ENVI- 3170-Collectibles Furniture & Mattresses Balled Hay 535-2264 -r Must submit to a back- Center Coordinator-two
3180- Computers Low, lowst submit to a backoverhead ro
Lots 1 & 2 being on rec- RONMENTAL PROTEC- 3190E oni Low, low, low overheadground check through year degree from col-
ord in the Official Record TION 3200- Firewood guarantees low, low, low to the lege or university; must
Book, 18 page 239, public NOTICE OF APPLICA- 3210- Free Pass It On prices. P&S Discount Fur- 4100 fingerprinting have or be willing to ob-
records of Washington TION 3220- Furniture niture, Chipley. (Since ing your pond or lake. onstructonTrades/State. Mail ain a Directors Creden-
County, FL. 3230 Garage/Yard Sales 1973) 850638-4311 Coppernose bluegill,and- deliver application tial. Center
The Department an- 3240 -.Guns shellcracker, channel cat- and or resume -to the Assistant-Hih school
NAME IN WHICH AS- ounces receipt of appli- 3250 -GoodThings to Eat fish, mosquito-fish,bassRegionaloofing Police Depatment, dipoma ornt-High school-3
SESSEDRoyLee Ferrell 3260 Health & Fitness Paul Fish Farms Contractor PO. Box .1007, Chipley, months related experi-
SESSEDRoyLee Ferrell nations from Russell 3270 Jewelry/Clothing COLO SELS! (850)547-2215 is looking for the following FL. 32428. Deadli ence and/or training; or
Sa .i pr a Bourkard, File Nos, 3280 Machinery/ GetYour Classfd positions: January 23, 2008, 4:00 en ominn
Said prointhe 67-0284495-001D Equipment Get Your Classified positions: M.C.S.T EOE/Dru equivalent combination
on 441 gt n : 'Equipment "AIn Roofing Foreman of education and expe-
county ngton, 67-0284497-001-DF, 3290- MedicalEquipment nWanted to Rent- Farm Roo Free Workplace. ecin n
State of Florida. Unless 67-0284498-001-DF and 3300 Miscellaneous COLOR!. land n Graceville, Chip- Built Up Roofers Frience.
such certificated shall be 67-0284500-001-DF to re- 3310 Musical Instmments Call now for details le Bonifa area. Or Sheet metal Foreman Current driver's license
redeemed according to cover pre-cut submerged 3320 Plants & Shrubs/ and be noticed! a la fr w SinglePlyRoofers The Holmes County and proper vehicle
the law, the property de- timber from the Choc- Supplies 638-0212 Call anytime, We offer superior pay for Board of County Com- insurance coverage.
335 Tce (Buy & timber from the Choc- Sell) pall anytime, s. ieR oofers Ts Cunty and proper vicl
scribed shall be sold to tawhatchee River beginn- 3330 Restaurant/Hotel or 850-718-1859 orsuperior performance missioners is currently ac- Must comply with
the highest bidder af the ing at the Alabama/Florida 3340 Sporting Goods 547-9414 850-78-great mgmt., great pay, cepting applications for health and background
3350- Tickets (Buy& Sell) 535-4602. great benefits. piz call the position of Insurance screening.
850-913-9293 to set up a Billing Secretary. Primary Applications and -copy
phone interview functions are insurance for of job description may
www.lollvroofina.com the Emergency Medical be obtained from any
m mServices office. Experi- Tri-County Community
ence in paper and elec- Council, office and sub-
tronic insurance billing mitted by Monday, Jan-
preferred. For application uary 14,2008, at 4:30
Healhcare/CNA and complete job de- p.m. For information
scription contact Sherry and an application, call
Fitzpatrick in the Holmes Sharon Kent, Adminis-
County Adminstratior's Of- trative Manage (850)
Washington Rehab fice, 201 N. Oklahoma 547-3689.
and Nursing Center is Street, Bonifay, FL 32425, Successful applicant
now hiring 11 to (850) 547-1119. Please will be subject to
area and excellent ben- turn in completed applica- pre-employment drug
efit ackage. Eual Em- tions to the County test. Only qualified ap-
ployment Opportunity. Administrator's office no plicants will be consid-
Apply at WRNC later than 4:00 pm on Jan- ered.
879 Usery Rd. uary 16, 2008. Holmes EQUAL OPPORTUNITY
Chipley, FL. 32428 County is a Drug-Free EMPLOYER AND
850-638-4654 Workplace and Equal Op- DRUG AND SMOKE
WeblD#33972203 portunity Employer. FREE WORKPLACE.


Elder Sitting For Rent first in Chipley,
C&C Bookkeeping and Will sit in your home or Mini Warehouses. If you
Tax Service. Open 5 days nursing homes. Certified don't have the room, "We
a week. 8am to 5prm. Call for 13 years Do" Lamar Townsenr
(850)638-1483 850-260-5215 or (850)638-4539, north of
850-333-1346 Townsends.
SMini Storage in Chipley.
All sizes for rent. We
furnish the lock.
UT OJ&J Cabinet Shop. For all (850)326-2399
your kitchen cabinets and
house repair needs. Call
Headliners and Vinyl James S. Howell (850)
Tops Mobile Unit. I do the 535-2839; 260-1619
work at your home or
workplace.Reasonable Ruby Joyce Hodges,
rates on new vinyl tops Roofing Contractor
and auto carpeting. Free "IF ITS ROOFING, WE DO
estimates. Call anytime, Sod For Sale on the farm, T" 35 years experience in
leave message. (850) delivered or installed. Tri-Co. area. Licensed, in-
638-7351 Centipede and 419 Ber- sured. (850) 638-8428.
muda. West Florida Turf Lic#RC0066509.
(850415-0385. Established
Sod Sod Sod Quality you
C can depend on. Irrigated,
weed & pest controlled.
Centipede and St. Augus- Sewing Machine and
Too Busy To Clean? Let ine. Delivery and installa- Vacuum Cleaner Repair,
Too Busy To Clean? Let tion available. 8 miles SW guaranteed service on all
me clean your house or of Chipley for easy cus- makes and models. Free
business. References of Chipley for easy cus- makes and models. Free
business. References tomer hauling. Call any- estimates. Western Auto,
available. 638-7756 time. Billy and Leola Brock 216 N. Waukesha, Boni-
(850) 638-1202; 326-1500 fay. 547-3910


* 8 Washington County News Saturday, January 12, 2008

WANTED 041000U41U0 6110 6140 6170

Swork 3/11 or 11/7 as resi- For rent CH&A. 1181 Ist Ave. 3BR/2BA mobile home.
Other wok 31 or 117 as r- Sleepy Hollow $595month. No pets. HUD Close to Chipley. No pets.
O r- dent aid @ Dogwood Inn. Apartments accepted. 638-1918 Days, 638-8462, nights,
Mystery Shoppers, get Apply in person, 108 Wag- 2BR/1BA, water, garbage 638-1434.
paid to shop Retail/dining nerRd. ESTA& lawn care included. FOR, RENT: 2BR/1BA, 638-1434. AO IMOI M1RE.
Other establishments need un- HUD not accepted. three miles south on hwy Mobile homes for rent, 2 RECR
Healthcare/RN derercover clients to judge Trades 6100 Business/ 638-7128 77. Call for information BR, near Chipley, $375 8100 Antique & Collectibles
Maintenance quality customer service. Commercial 850-638-1858 plus deposit. 8110-Cars
RN Supervisor Director Earn up to $150. a day. Want An Opportunity 6110-Apartments For Rent-3BR/2BA house 850-547-4232 8120 -SportsUtility Vehicles
Washington Rehab and Directr Earn p t $50. a y ith a growing company? 6110 Beach Rentals For_____3BR/2_A house__81300_-_Tucks
WashingCeton Rehab and Long-Term Care Facil- Call (888)-523-1013. Wntt r ause Graceland Manor Apart- in Chipley. 638-1918 or Mobile homes for rent, 8140- Vans
Nursing Center is now hir- Want to work hard and be 30- Condo/Townhouse ments. Rental assistance 638-4478. furnished and unfur- 150-Commercial
ing 11-7 RN Supervisor. ity. Knowledge of State rewarded for it? Reed 6140 House Rentals mets. Rental assistance 638-4478. furnished and unfur- 8150-Commercial
Tg 17 for tShe area and and Federal regula- Concrete and Construc- 6150- Roommate Wanted on 1, 2, and 3 bedrooms. nished. 2BR/bath, no 8160 Motorcycles
exellent benefit package tionsarepreferred. Pay is tion, Inc in Bonay would 6160 Rooms for Rent Handicapped and Publisher's pets. 4173 Douglas Ferry 8170 Auto Parts
excellent benefit packageion, Inc., Bonfay would 170 Mobile Home/Lot non-handicapped accessi- Rd. 547-4606 & Accessories
Equal Employment Op- negotiable and excellent Tr-County Commu- like to talk with you. 6180 Out-of-Town Rentals ble apartments. 850 Notice 8210- Boats
ortunity. benefts. Equal Employ- ntyCouncil, Inc., is ac- 850-547-5767 6190 Timeshare Rentals -263-4464, TDDTT 711.The Parkat2350 8220- Personal Watercraft
Apply at:WRNC: met Opportunity. cepting applications for 6200 Vacation Rentals 5445 Brown Street, All real estate advertising in 3BR/1BA $425 8230 Sailboats
879 Usery Rd y at RN a Cook. for the Head WANTED: Trl County Graceville, FL. Equal this newspaper is subect to 3BR/2BA $450 8240- Boat & Marine
Chipley, FL 32428 879 Start Program Community Council, housing authority the Fair Housing Act which 547-3746 Supplies
8 38 Chipley, FL 32428 Start ProgramCommunity Council, housing authority makes it illegal to advertise 8310 Aircraft/Aviation
850-68-454. 850-638-4654 Inc., is accepting appli- "any preference, limitation or 8320 ATV/Off Road Vehicles
WeblD#33972200 WeblD#33972195 Responsible for all Dispatcher/Driver. Great Townhouse Apt for rent- race, color, religion, sex, 8340 Motorhomes
areas of meal prepara- Benefits & Incentives. Executive Office 2BR/1.5BA. Chipley, handicap, familial status or
tion, maintaining proper DUTIES: Assign vehi- space for leaseon $595/mth. 638-1918. national origin, or an intenf-
records, and a clean pick-up loca- tion, to make any such pref-
records, and a clean cles to pick-up oca- Brickyard Rd.Great erence, limitation or dis-
kitchen. tions to transport riders location across from crimination" Familial status
to predetermined desti- Chipley High School. Includes children under the 86 Thunderbird, runs
QUALIFICATIONS: nation; perform duties 638-7700 age of 18 living with parents good, needs freeze plug.
High school diploma or of driver when neces- www.chlplyofflcefor or legal stodianS pe reg- OO. --
The NesHrl-is l oingo r' a lltimeDGED; 1 year related ex- sary. 4inant women and people se- $350 OBO. 850-547-4232
an r. A istr i : liFli l perience and/or train- REQUIREMENTS: Must leas.com curing custody of children 7100-Homes 1990 Cadillac Deville.
h"a cm unI at n l l ing; or equivalent com- be 25 years of age and 2BR/1BA Remodeled under 18. 7110 Beach Home/ Clean, good condition.
bination of education have at least 5 years Executive Office Space Country Home, 1,500 sq. This newspaper will not 7120-Property
arseHat1leqsThis newspaper will noE 7120- Commercial Many new parts; Struts,
lyi and experience. Cur- driving experience with- o rent downtown ft., approximately 5 miles knowingly accept any adver- 7130 Condo/ownhouse Radiator, Heater Core, etc.
and expdriver's iene. Cur- driviolationg experience with- for 638-1downtownEast of McDonalds in tising for real estate which is 7140 Farms& Ranches $1,600 Or Best Offer.
"l rent driver's license and out violations. Must sChipley. 638-1918 Cply So
proper vehicle insur- have at least a Chipley.Stoye dish- in violation of the law Our 7150 Lots and Acreage 850-638-2282.
dance coverage. Must Operator's Driver's Ii- washer, fridge, blinds, and readers are hereby informed 7160 Mobile Homes/Lots
comply with health and cense with CDL Pas- OFFICE FOR RENT, walk ceiling fans. Front. and thin hialldwellings adre availa- 7170 Waterfront 1998 Ford F250,
rly m gh!hlruir.M uha background screening, senger Endorsement or up 3 private rooms to of- back porches Water and ble on a equal opportunity 7180- Investment Automatic, electric
-[ / I Applications may be be willing to obtain, fice set AC, carpet, in lawn care included. Pets basis. To complain of dis- Property windows/door locks,
obtained from any agree to physical and Dunn building, over S. negotiable. Application re- crimination call HUD toll-free 7190 Out-of-Town bed-liner, good tires. Runs
Tnnthlybns llTri-County Community background screening. Railroad Ave. $395 month quired. SMOKE FREE EN- at 1-800-669-9777. The Real Estate good, looks good. White
Council, office and sub- Applications may be plus tax850-579-2821 VIRONMENT $695/mo. toll-free number for the hear- 7200 Timeshare with brown interior. Priced
mitted by Monday, Jan. obtained at 1021 Plus $695 deposit. ing impaired is
District0aaerP ox190at]211-800-927-9275.0 E below book. $5,000 FIRM.
14, 2008, at 4:30 p.m. Massalina Drive, PC. 850-638-4228 or (850) 209-5241.
For information and an For information call g 850-528-8854. 1994/Cadillac Eldorad,
Application, call Sharon (800) 395-2696; or 1994/Cadillac Eldorada,
) application, call Sharon (800) 395-2696; or1 For Sale 3BR/lbath excellent condition,
Kent, Administrative 850-769-2140. Applica- 6 0 T/An th Blvd. home with 2 extra home 147,000 miles, serviced
Manager (850) tions must be submit- 2BR/2BA on South Blvd2 .,m ,000 miles, e
547-3689. Successful ted by January 17. Suc- ALL LARGE $630 a month with first sites on 4 acres. 2BR/ mo- every 3,000 miles, new
applicant will be subject cessful applicant will be APARTMENTS-1 BR last and security deposit bile home to be moved, brakes, hoses, belts.
-1,; oto pre-employment subject to $450 S/D $200. 2BR $50 Call 858-638-9127 1979 classic thunderbird $4,000. 547-2980 more in-
drug test. Only qualified pre-employment drug S/D $2503BD/1BA $650 6170 for restoration547-5303 formation, before 6p.m.
applicants will be con- test. Only qualified ap- S/D $350. Downtown 2BR mobile home, new REDUCED by owner 747 Honda Civic EX'99 33
sidered. EQUAL OP- plicants will be consid- Chipley, convenient loca- 3BR/1BA, 1600 SF 2 mi- carpet, 2 decks, carport, Gilbert Drive, Chipley. MPG A/C, AM/FM/CD,
n ANlf ^^y PORTUNITY EM- ered. tion. Rent includes stove, les North of Chipley on CH/A, water and garbage 3BR/1.%BA: Newly Re- PW, PL, Custom Wheels,
NE HER LD PLOYER AND DRUG EQUAL OPPORTUNITY refrigerator city water, HWY 273 on 10 acres. furnished. 850-638-7009 modeled. (w) 718-2268; All Maint, Excellent Condi-
AND SMOKE FREE EMPLOYER AND sewer, garbage. Everyth- $700 a month, $700 de- (h)547-2937 tion, 185K Hwy Miles,
WORKPLACE. DRUG AND SMOKE ing new. Sorry no pets or posit. Pet 2BR Singlewide. Water & $5200 obo, 850-638-6628
frien 0-260-5701. g e furnished
FREE WORKPLACE. HUD. 850-638-3306. friendly.850-260-5701. garbage furnished. All
electric. Front & back
porch. No pets. Call h 71350
www.HomeAssure.com/offer or (866)371- 4/BR $397/Mo! For listings (800)366-9783 85 0-6 3 8 1 9 1 o 169 acres in Jackson &120
Announcements 0721. Ext 5760. 850-326-2201. Holmes Counties along 99 Isuzu Amigo, 99K,
Announements07 E .850-326-2201. Holmes Creek. Paved V6-AT. $4500.00 OBO.
GET COVERED....Run your ad Help WantedBANK FORECLOSURES! Homes from 2BR/1BAinWashington roadfrontage part incity 547-3484, after 6:30,
STATEWIDE! You can runyour classified Wated BANK FORECLOSURES! Homes from County. CH/A, 5 miles limits of Graceville. $3000 weekend.
STATEWIDE!Youcanrunyourclassified-- $10,000! 1-3 bedroom available! Repos, from Vernon, 10 miles per acre obo.
ad in over 100 Florida newspapers Advertising Sales Manager National REOs, HUD, FHA, etc. These homes must from Chipley, 8 miles from Owner/Agent Amanda 1996 Ford Explorer,
for $475. Call this newspaper or Newspaper Placement Services (N2PS) is sell. For listings call (800)425-1620 Ext Bonifay. (850)373-8922. Corbin, Prudential Shim- leather, $2500 OBO.
(866)742-1373 for more details or visit: seeking an experienced sales person with 4237. 3BR and 2BR Mobile ering Sands Realty 850-956-1233
www.florida-classifieds.com. management experience to lead the sales Homes for rent. Quite aCorbi n.comwww.
team. N2PS, a subsidiary of the Florida Press Land For Sale area, Chipley, off Hwy. 90. A rn
What Destroys Relationships? Answer Association, sells and services print and Section 8 accepted. 1/2Acre in Mariannawith
pg 371 Buy and Read Dianetics by L. online advertising for newspapers. Successful NC Mountains 2 acres with great view, 850-260-2106. old home. Value in land.
Ron Hubbard Send $20.00 to: Hubbard account management, proven leadership very private, big trees, waterfalls & large For Rent 12 x 75, 0,00774-9471 60000 OB 5457-34840
Dianetics Foundation, 3102 N. Habana skills required and an undergraduate degree public lake nearby, $69,500. Call now 3BR/1BA, remodeled and after 6:30, weekends.
Ave., Tampa FL 33607 (813)872-0722. or equivalent related experience required. (866)789-8535. a 12 x 60, 2BR/1BA. call Buy Now NO PAYMENTS ar 6ds
Email your cover letter, resume and salary 850-638-4273. until May'2008. 4 acres 1987 Toyota P.U. XTRA
Apartment For Rent with 4mobile homes, Cap. Long Bed, 2 new ti-
Apartment For Rent history to: hr@n2ps.com. EOE, drug-free Miscellaneous For Rent 2BR/1BA on Chipley, near Highway m0.e runs good, $1350.00,
workplace. Mattox Springs Rd in Pate Live in one, rent the rest. OBO. 850-638-0560.
$397/Mo! 4BR/3BA HUD Home! (5% AIRLINES ARE HIRING Train for high Pond 850-535-2657 Great for facility. Juanita
down 20 years @ 8% apr) More Homes Advertising Sales Representative -National paying Aviation Maintenance Career. FAA For Rent 3Br/2bath dou- Stewart Realty. 1988 Toyota 4X4, 6cyl.
Available from $199/Mo! For listings Newspaper Placement Services (N2PS) approved program. Financial aid if qualified ble wide trailer, no pets in 638-3514/849-4031. Extended Cab. 5 Speed
call (800)366-9783 Ext 5669. is seeking an experienced sales person to Job placement assistance. CALL Aviation house, no smoking, look FOR SALE 10-beautiful Standard. 535-2818.
sell print and online advertising. N2PS, a Institute of Maintenance (888)349-5387. after property. Rent nego- wooded acres on Buddy o F`711
Auctions subsidiary of the Florida Press Association, tiable. Call 850-547-3640 Road (3 miles South of MOTORCYCLES
sells and services print and online advertising ATTEND COLLEGE ONLINE from For Rent, mobile home 0 of Hwy 77) Chipley8160
Absolute Auction!! Developer close-out for newspapers. Demonstrated success with home. Medical, business, paralegal, 2BR/1bath located City of Some deed restrictions
sale. New 1, 2 & 3 bedroom condos in previous media sales and an undergraduate Bonifay, $300.00 a month apply. Can assume lease 2002 Honda Knightawk,
sale.rNew F.2 bedroomm condosin previous media sales and an undergraduate computers, criminal justice. Job placement plus deposit. No pets. option with approved clean and, like new.
Viera Beach, FL. 20 left from250+. 10 degree or equivalent related experience assistance. Finncial aid and computer eave a message credit. Asking price 8,000K,$2,000 OBO. Call
are being soldABSOLUTE February 10 required. Online sales experience a plus. provided if qualified. Call (866)858-2121, 850-547-2043 $80,0005. Call Ron at 850-638-6414
at 1pm. Viera Holiday Inn. (941)373- Email your cover letter, resume and salary www.OnlineTidewaterTech.com. 850-547-3162 or For Sale: 2006 Suzuki
1433 www.MarshaWolakAuctions.com history to: hr@n2ps.com. EOE, drug-free ubentde m4BR/2bath 8503262839GSX R600, 3,90 miles,
AU3600 AB2578 BK536374. workplace. NOW AVAILABLE! 2008 POST OFFICE in Bethlehem Community. MP Enterprises Land blue & white w/helmet.
JOBS. $18-$20/HR. NO EXPERIENCE, No Pets. Large yard and Sale and Finance. 5 acres Asking $6,900. Call Steve
Autos For Sale Drivers: CALL TODAY! Bonus & Paid PAID TRAINING, FED BENEFITS, garden spot, not in trailer or re for housesonly, 850-547-3378 Cell
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