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Zanetic told to surrender emergency response truck

Staff writer
Deadline: Friday noon.
Sunny Hills Fire Chief Glen Zanetic must
relinquish the department's emergency re-
sponder truck to the county. The truck will be
transferred to Randall Truett at Washington
County EMS, which has funds to take over
payments. The vehicle will be used by EMS
as a first responder.

The Sunny Hills MSBU voted in August to
ask the county to take back the truck. Behind
the request were the MSBU's budget crisis, as
well as what was considered Zanetic's frequent
use of the truck. The latter has been the subject
of discussions at MSBU meetings.
Commissioners had given Zanetic more than
a month to refinance the truck through the fire
department. Zanetic said he could not move

a commitment for $19,459.06 from the MSBU
and $33,700 from the County.
He pressed Commissioners to say this
$52,159.06 was the Board's to do with as it sees
fit. They declined; rather, they stipulated that
MSBU funds are earmarked to pay for two fire
trucks and insurance. The County funds are the
department's operating funds.
In other business, Commissioners voted to

forward with banks because his department's
budget was not set. Zanetic left the meeting with See MSBU, page 2



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Election 2008
Featured speaker at the
Kiwanis meeting on Tuesday
was Gil Carter, Washington
County property appraiser.
He discussed the proposed
changes for property taxes as
provided in the Constitutional
Amendment One that will be
decided by public vote on
January 29.
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Managing Editor
Marion Cool has been identified
as the victim of a fatal fire at about
2:30 a.m. Sunday on Foxworth
Road just south of Chipley. The
information was provided by the
Washington County Sheriff's Of-
fice, which is investigating the fire.
The information was released late
Wednesday morning.
Sgt. Kenny Brock of the Wash-
ington County Sheriff's Office said
based on investigation by the state
fire marshal and WCSO the fire was
clearly accidental, and was possibly
caused by an electric heater.
Brock said Wednesday afternoon
that a family member began yelling
"fire" and alerted another family
member, who assisted others to
escape. By the time he tried to
reach Cool, the older-model manu-
factured home was fully engulfed
in flames and it was impossible to
rescue the victim.
The name of the victim was not
released earlier because the Wash-
ington County Sheriff's Office was
in the process of notifying family.
The fire could have been caused
by a small ceramic-type electric
heater, Brock said.
Chipley Fire Chief FloydAycock
said that Orange Hill and Chipley
volunteer fire departments were
on the scene within a few minutes,
"but it looked just like what you
see in the picture," he said. Aycock
noted that manufactured homes,
especially pre-1976 homes, go up
in flames very quickly.
Channel 7 WJHG reported that
an oxygen tank also went up,
spreading the fire. Aycock also
noted the oxygen bottles.
The family lost everything,
including pets and prescription

See FIRE, page 2

BOCC takes no

action on having

codes hearing

Staff Writer
Washington County will not host
a public hearing to address code en-
forcement. Amotion made by Com-
missioner Eddy Holman died for
lack of a second at commission's
regular meeting Jan. 24.
CodeEnforcement Board Chair-
man Jim Ackerman asked the
Washington County Board of
County Commissioners for its
commitment to adequately perform
code enforcement. He noted the
board has received 281 complaints
in seven years, and has 2.6 million
in outstanding leans against proper-
ties for code violations.
"Don't put our board through
an exercise," said Ackerman. He
asked commissioners to consider
splitting code enforcement from the
planning department and to help the
Board accomplish goals set forth
by commissioners. He referenced
city ordinances setting standards
regarding animals, alcohol, litter,
abandoned cars, abandoned houses
and hazardous materials.
After the Board refused to host
a public workshop, resident Au-
brey Davis accused the Board of
"cowardice" and "not having the
backbone to enforce the existing
Davis said, "The beauty of our
county is being messed up because
you won't do your job. You guys
are not looking out for the best
interest of our county."
In other business, Commission-
ers approved a request by County
Emergency Manager Roger Hagan
to participate in a pilot project to
develop a county re-management
plan after a disaster. By developing
this plan, the county decreases its
cost share following an emergency
from 75/25 to 80/20. What this
means is FEMA pays 75 percent
and state and local split the remain-
ing 25 percent of clean up costs
between them following a disaster.
By completing a re-management
plan and reducing the county's
responsibility from 12.5 percent
to 10 percent, the county also can
receive funding for regular time,
not just overtime, and can generate
revenue from recyclables.
Hagan came to the Board with
$5,000 of the required $11,000
to participate in the pilot project.
County Planner Linda Waller told
Commissioners she has reim-
bursement funds from the Florida
Department of Community Affairs
available for planning purposes.
She offered to commit $6,000 of
these funds to the pilot project,
which the Board accepted.

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Arrest Reports
Crime never takes a day off, and the weekly
1 Washington County arrest reports are in
today's newspaper.

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........ Jay Felsberg/Managing Editor
One resident was killed Sunday morning in this trailer fire on Foxworth Road.

One dead in Sundaytrailer fire near Chipley

Home ies Safety Tips
The filling information was provided by the US Fire Administra-
SEveryi nearly 4,000 Americans die in home fires and approximately
25,000, red. Children and the elderly are especially at risk in home
fires bec e they are less able to escape when fire strikes.
You ciaiprove the chances that your family will survive a home fire
by making sure that they can escape quickly if necessary.
Smoke Alarms are Life Savers
The primary-fire safety strategy for any home is to warn the occupants
early. The best way to get the earliest warning ofdanger is by installing
enough smoke alarms.
Homes should have a smoke alarm near the bedrooms, but not so close
to the kitchen that you have problems with alarms from cooking. It's a
good idea to have a smoke alarm in each bedroom, especially if you sleep
with the door closed.
Planning Your Escape
The other part of the fire safety plan is for everyone to get out quickly.
When you are awakened in the middle of the night to a fire, your thinking
may be confused, so it is important that you practice your escape plan ahead
of time. That way, your whole family will know what to do.
New manufi tured homes have more ways to escape than most other
homes. There are always two doors, and every bedroom has an emergency
escape window. Make sure that everyone knows how to open the emer-
gency windows so no time is waste when fire strikes. These windows are
labeled with operating instructions.
Everyone in the family, as well as frequent visitors and babysitters,
should practice the escape plan, including opening the escape windows.
Can You Beat the Clock?
Most people do not realize how quickly fires can grow. A home fire can
become a killer in as little as 3 minutes.
Can your family get out this fast? Consider that it may take one minute
for the smoke alarm to sound and for you to recognize the danger. If you
have young children or you are elderly and move more slowly, you may
need another minute to get ready. This leaves only 1 minute for you all to
get to an exit, open it, and get out.
By practicing your escape, you can make every second count.
Steps to a Safe Escape
*Have at least two working smoke alarms, test them monthly.
*Plan two ways out of every room.
*Practice your escape plan twice yearly.
*Practice crawling low under smoke.
*Have a pre-arranged meeting place outside your home.
*Call the fire department from a neighbor's home.
*Once outside, stay out.
For more information on how you can help prevent fires and fire
deaths, please contact your local fire department on a nonemergency
number or the U.S. Fire Administration at1-800-238-3358 or visit www.
usfa.fema.gov or www.firesafety.gov.

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Sand pit exception request shot down again

Staff Writer
Washington County officials
again said no to a proposed 159-
acre sand excavation operation
on Blue Springs Road in southern
Washington County.
At a public hearing following
its monthly meeting Jan. 24, the
Board of County Commissioners
denied a request by Blue Acres,
LLC to construct and :operate a
borrow pit amid environmentally
sensitive lands on State Road 20
in the Econfina Creek basin. The
county's Planning Commission
recommended that the Board deny
approval at its Jan. 8 meeting.

Washington County Commis-
sioners were also asked to dis-
approve the request by the Bay
County Board of County Com-
missioners in a Jan. 14 letter sent
to Board Chairman Joel Pate. In
that letter, the Bay County Board
cited concerns that the sand pit
could impact waters that feed into
Deer Point reservoir, which sup-
plies as much as 80 percent of Bay
County's drinking water.
SDexter Gortemoller, engineer
of record for the project, said he
was unaware of the letter. He told
Commissioners of changes his
client proposed to the project after
its denial by the Planning Com-
mission. These changes included

reducing the depth of the borrow
pit from 30-40 feet in depth to 15
feet, since the groundwater level is
estimated to be at 16-17 feet below
the site. The developer also pro-
posed increasing the natural buffer
around the site, creating a berm
to contain storm water run-off to
the site, and out of the Jones Head
Branch, and agreeing to maintain
Blue Springs Road from SR 20 to
the borrow pit site.
These changes were not enough
for Commissioners, nor for the
small crowd gathered to protest the
pit at the public hearing. Area resi-
dents spoke against the proposed
sand pit, citing a loss of property
values, quality of life and environ-

mental concerns.
Gortemoller said his client
planned to request making the
pit deeper during the reclamation
process, to turn the pit into a lake
around which a subdivision is
planned. He also stated that the one
permit the project has gained to
date, issued by the Northwest Flor-
ida Water Management District,
apparently was the wrong permit
type and is being reconsidered.
Blue Springs Road resident
Francis Hammonds said in her
comments to the Washington
County BOCC that the original
plans presented to the water man-
agement district did not include a

Hammonds also presented to
Commissioners an email from
Richard W. Hicks, a water qual-
ity expert with the Florida Dept.
of Environmental Protection, that
said about potential sand mining
in Washington County, "Looking
at the reports we have available,
the sand layer could range from
less than 10 to over 100 feet in the
county. Virtually all of the water
wells in your county withdraw
from the Floridan Aquifer, a lime-
stone aquifer, which can be fairly
close to land surface in parts of the
county. The southern part of the
county might be the most vulner-
able because there is less clay on
top of the limestone."

Continued from page 1

medication that had just been
filled and may not be avail-
able to Ray Overcash soon.
The Central Panhandle
Chapter of the American Red
Cross reported in a news re-
lease that it responded to the
fatal fire. Surviving residents
were assisted by members of
the Red Cross Disaster Ac-
tion Team. Among the ser-
vices provided were cloth-
ing, shoes, food and mental
health services, according to
the release.
Barry Rockburn of Love
inAction Ministry in Chipley
said the ministry is regularly
contacted after a fire like this
one. Rockbum said that once
the Red Cross has provided
what it can the ministry can
then step in with further as-


Right: Joe Taylor of the
Washington County
School District explains
a proposal for the Dis-
trict to purchase 97
acres of land in south
Washington County for
a new school. The land '
would be purchased
from Northwest Florida
Water Management Dis-
trict and would be the
first such purchase by
the School Board from
the water management
district. The Board of
County Commissioners
must approve the action.
Taylor said the School
Board hopes to close on
the property by June.

Photo by Mary Paramore


Above: David Nash, a resident of Blue Springs Road,
gave a 'welcome to my neighborhood' presentation
during the public hearing on the proposed excep-
tion for the sand pit. Nash described the area that
would be affected by construction of the pit. Right:
Glen Zanetic and Sal Zurica debate the transfer of
the Sunny Hills first-responder truck.
Photos by Mary Paramore

Florida Freedom Newswire
Seven of the Panhandle's
state lawmakers listened to a
barrage of questions Thurs-
day, Jan. 19,in a packed con-
ference room at Sandestin
Golf and Beach Resort.
The Northwest Florida
Chamber Coalition spon-
sored the forum that featured
Rep. Ray Sansom, R- Des-
tin; Sen. Don Gaetz, R-
Niceville; Rep. Don Brown,
R-DeFuniak Springs;, Rep.
Marti Coley, R-Marianna;,
Rep. Greg Evers, R-Baker;
Rep. Dave Murzin, R-Pen-
sacola; and Rep. Jimmy Pa-
tronis, R-Panama City. Sen.
Al Lawson, D-Tallahassee,
did not make it.
More than 100 people
attended the event. And
legislators fielded dozens of
questions that covered topics,
ranging from insurance to
health care to illegal immi-
gration. But taxes seemed to
be the main concern.
Brown said that the gov-
ernment has a responsibility
to watch how citizens are
"One of the most sinister
things a government can do
to its people is to over tax
them, and we've all be at
the receiving end of that in
recent years."

Brown said that he will
vote for the comprehensive
tax reform amendment on
Jan. 29, but he is not happy
about it.
"It is a pathetic start
on tax reform," he said.
"Amendment number oqe
is the governor's idea. It is
the product of the simple
The amendment does
little to ease the burden on
taxpayers, he added. Brown
said he would continue the
fight for tax relief in Tal-
Brown went further and
said that he believes dur-
ing these tough economic
times that the state should
deregulate the private sector
so industry can do what they
do best.
Sansom agreed with
Brown that there needs to
be something done about the
over regulation.
"There is no question in
my mind that the state gov-
ernment bureaucracy is out
of control," Sansom said.
"It's way to burdensome. We
have agencies that are dupli-
cating themselves. We have
agencies that are doing the
same thing. We have agen-
cies that will fight over who
will regulate an industry."
From there the conversa-

at regional
tion headed to education and
class size.
Gaetz said he would like
to keep the class size num-
bers where they are, and
let school officials have
more flexibility when it
comes to adding more teach-
ers and classrooms "so we
don't have to haul a portable
(classroom) out and split
classes and tear apart stu-
dent-teacher relationships."
Sansom acknowledged
the senator's concerns with
class sizes and having to
split classrooms in the mid-
dle of the school year is an
awful idea.
He called the class size
debate the "Achilles Heel"
for legislators.
"It was going to handcuff
us as we move forward in
meeting the needs of Florida
with no guarantees that the
quality of education will go
up with this very restrictive
class size amendment."
Health insurance was
brought up more than once.
Gaetz said that there will
be reductions in Medicaid
this year, and that is unfor-
"You can't ... reduce
Medicaid and then assume
that the people who are Med-
icaid recipients, particularly
the elderly, are just going to

public forum
fade off into the woods some
where and not be a part of
our economy or health care
By cutting Medicaid, the
state will only increase its
medical bill, Gaetz added.
When funding is slashed,
the elderly will end up in
hospital beds requiring more
"acute care" and that will in-
crease the cost of health care
throughout the state.
The subject of illegal
immigration was hotly dis-
cussed at the forum and
lawmaker's tough talk drew
applause several times.
Brown said that he un-
derstands that small busi-
nesses need to hire a quality
workforce, but if they are
illegal aliens then that is to
the detriment of Florida.
"I think there is a much
more profound issue in-
volved and that is the sov-
ereignty of our state and the
sovereignty of our nation,"
he said.
Brown said he plans to
sponsor a bill this year that
will hold employers more
accountable for their hiring
;",.We can begin to insist
that the people who do busi-
ness with the state of Florida
show to us that they are hir-
ing people that our legal."

Continued from page 1

accept recommendations
of the Tri-County Airport
Authority to appoint Ken-
neth Gainer and Ty Peel to
the entity.
Commissioners also es-
tablished the 2008/2009
budget committee with the
following members: Joel
Pate, Linda Cook, Pete Her-

sistance. The ministry can be
reached at 638-2706.
Three other people were
injured in the fire. Carol
Overcash was life-flighted
to a hospital in Dothan and
remains hospitalized. Her
husband Ray, 79,a heart pa-
tient according to Channel 7,
was admitted to Northwest
Florida Community Hospi-
tal with non-life threatening
injuries. His son, Terry, was
also admitted to Northwest
Florida Community Hospi-
tal with non-life threatening
An autopsy was performed
on the victim Wednesday. In-
vestigators hope the results'
will help them determine the
cause of death and the cause
of the fire.
Channel 7 reported that if
anyone could help the fam-
ily, call 638-2864.

bert, Diane Carter, Debby
Riley, Linda Norton, and
Emery Pitts.
Finally, Commissioners
accepted the recommenda-
tion of Public Works su-
pervisors. to promote Eddie
Jernigan to head mechanic.
The Commissioners created
the position, which includes
a salary increase, in recog-
nition of Jernigan's work
performance in the wake of
a foreman's retirement.

County dump truck in accident
AWashington County Public Works employee was treated
at a local hospital for injuries received Thursday afternoon
when his dump truck rolled on Pioneer Road.
Susan Williams of WCPW said Thursday that Perry
Holley was driving down the road with a load of sand when
he swerved to avoid a flock of buzzards in the road, and
the truck rolled on its side. Holley was taken to Northwest
Florida Community Hospital by Washington County EMS
for treatment. Williams said she understood that the injuries
did not appear to be severe.
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Saturday, January 26, 2008 Washington County News, 3


Kate Smith Elementary
School announces the A
andA/B Honor Rolls for the
second nine-weeks of the
2007/08 schoolyear.

A Honor Roll
Second Grade: Tucker
Alderman, Emily Anderson,
Terence Blackmon, Marley
Booker, Quii-on Boston,
Sierra Brock, Alexandria
Brown, Juan Campisi, Cam-
eron Carter, Justin Carter,
Kaci Compton,Mason Cook,
Gabrielle Doran, Alfonso
Galvan, Noah Gustason,
Brian Hall, Tinsley Hodges,
Jamie Hunter;
Kaylee Jeffries, Kaitlin
Jordan, Eric Lampley, Aleya
Louderback,Anthony Luper,
Jakeria McClintock, Hunter
Paige, William Royal, Nehe-
miah Russ, Jacob Seaborn,
Jackson Shelley, Skylar
Shipes, Caleb Sloan, Emilie
Savannah Soliday, Heath-
er Stephens, Kylan Swain,
Kyndal Syfrett, Lila Taylor,
Tiffany Terrell, Mackenzie
Thompson, Jared Watford,
Autumn Wells, Charles
Whitehead, Jacob White-
head, Brian Williams, Dylan
Williams, Haylee Williams,
Jamison York.
Third Grade: Lane Ad-
ams, Richard Bell, Reshadd
Blackman, William Boyett,
Kaylie Brown, Grace Gil-
bert, Nathan Glover, Cait-
lin Granger, Beau Harden,
Wendell Hodges, Madison
Kincaid, Sydni Lowery,
John McInnis;
Mackenzie Miles, Kris-
tian Mitchell, Taylor Mun-
roe, Shelby Newsome, Kay-
la O'Neal, Faith Padgett,
Kinsey Register, Austin
Sapp, Michael Shackelford,
Cynthia Smith, Zoe Thacker,
Gary Thurman, Ansleigh
Walters, Jeremy Worley.
Fourth Grade: Austin
Adkison, Nicole Barfield,
Madison Bau, Elizabeth
Bowen, Trenton Brock,
Dalton Canipe, Nyasia
Cook, Destinee Coplin, Tea
Creamer, Ethan Draayom,
Katie Griggs, Jacob Hailes,
Megan Mosley, Savannah
Orr, Whitley Pettis, Shelby
Savell, Sara Smith, Savan-
nah Vankouteren, Estrella
Vega, Tyler Williams.

A/B Honor Roll
Second Grade: Dylan
Adams, Justin Addison,
Brianna Baxley, Ameena
Bell, Morgan Benefield,
Eryn Boname, Pacey Boyett,
Breanna Brackin, Taliyah
Brown, Sarah Cain, Steven
Carlyle, Lila Chan, Taylor
Chestnut, Addie Cook;
Andrew Cope, Chandler
Corbin, Evan Creamer, Aus-
tin Dixon, Ty Dorsey, Kayla
Drummond, Connor Du-
lin, Aaron Gates, Jeremiah
Gravely, Natoya Guilford,
McKayla Gurganus;
Shyzianna Guster, Brook-
lynn Hayes, Katie Hinote,
Jameila Hogan, Benjamin
Holmes, Kyndal Jackson,
Dakota James, Andrew Jef-
fries, Keegan Justice, Mea-
gan Justice, Sarah Kelly,
Hailey Land, Makenzie
Justin Lyle, Khaila Ma-
neiro, Elizabeth Martinez
Rocha, Dylan Mockridge,
Evan Newell, Mindy Otto,
Charles Pate, Savannah
Pate, Wyatt Patterson, Wil-
liam Price, Cody Register,
Alexis Resendiz, Yajaira
Reyes, Skylar Richter, Wil-
liam Shiver;
Cameron Shouppe, Jes-
sica Sly, Mackenzie Smith,

Richard Spencer, Charles
Stevens, Jaqueline Stewart,
Anastasia Stoker, Brook-
Lynn Tyus, Caroline Wall,
Brandon Wallace, Hunter
Walsingham, Briton Wat-
son, Chase Western, Dylan
White, Collin Williams,
Frantravious Woods.
Third Grade: Jacob
Arndt, Nathanael Aycock,
Ryan Aycock, Abdon Bell,
Karena Bell, Yusuf Binmah-
fooz,Abigail Bridges, James
Clark, Maddison Collins,
Lane Corbin, Daniel Cov-
ington, Nathanael Crawford,
Olivia Davis, Sierra Don-
Ethan Edenfield, Elijah
Elenburg, Lauren Finch,
Elizabeth Fleener, Caroline
Fowler, Jaleal Gibson, Ki-
erra Guster, Zachery Hall,
Stacey Hamilton, Hannah
Hardesty, Shantel Helton,
Lauryl Hinson, Casey Hol-
land, Caleb Hutching;
Colby James, Dallas
Jones, Erica Jones, Trin-
ity King, Hallie Landon,
Jonathan Malloy, Gideon
Massey,o Gianna Mathews,
Jessy Mayo, Hailey Mc-
Clain, Travis Minton, Han-
nah Moore;
Juliann Padgett, David
Paramore, Kylee Rhodes,
Catera Roulhac, John Row-
ell, Jadon Shank, Justin
Spivey, Elaijuah Staten,
Christian Strickland, Angel
Katherine Ussery, Sony
Ward, Hunter Warren,
Heather Wheeler, Charles
Whitaker, Katie Williams,
Ric'Kina Williams, Chris-
topher Wolfe, Kierra Wood-
Fourth Grade: Talor
Adams, Sarah Anderson,
Julie Barfield, Chloe Bruner,
Jessica Campbell, Caree
Chapman, Taylor Collins,
Madison Curry, Cole Dan-
iels, Kendal Daniels, Lindie
Dilmore, Carrington Estes;
Daniel Floyd, Ryan Foor,
Reagan.Forehand, Joshua
Formby, Landon Forrest,
Shawana Foxworth, Da-
kota Franicis," Steve'fFritz',
Michelle Fuston, Alyssa
Gainer, Jessica Giddiens,
Mikayla Henderson;
Madison Jordan, Jenna
Kindig, Sarah King, Am-
ber Lampley, Demi Locke,
Rosio Martinez, Elexa Page,
Katlin Pendleton, Midrell
Pittman, Tristan Porter,
Cheyenne Rabon, Bram-
ber Reed, Keith Robinson,
Danielle Runnels;
Dustin Schoen, Ethan
Schwartz, Maverick Scott,
Cori Smith, Nathan Spencer,
Reaunna Spencer, Hannah
Stephens, Brandon Thom-
as, Christopher Thomp-
son, Eli Whitehead, Emily
Whorwell, Colby Williams,
Essence Williams, Haylie
Windham,Austin Wyatt, Jill

Vernon Elementary
School announces the A
andA/B honor rolls for the
2007/08 school year.

A Honor Roll
Second Grade: Tiffiny
Allen, Danielle Brady, 01-
ivia Cotton, Jazlyn George,
James Lee, Jake Zauner,
John Morris, Trey Teeling,
Nolan Burch, Chase Corbin,
Joshua Bruner, Joshua Lun-
sford, Clint Vaughn, Jil-
lian Hales, Alexys Holley,
Cierra Mayo, Sarah Lustig,
Maia Harmon, Jordan Bat-
ton, Tanner Carter, Faith
B arcena;
Christian Williamson,
Ricky Maqueira, Sierra Wil-

liamson, Eliyah Massey,
Matthew Green, Dana Doug-
las, Cheyenne Gass, Payton
Poppell, Joseph Kuechler,
Shelby Redmon, Kayleb
Shaw, Vivek Thind, Crystal
Coatney, Dycarrius Davis,
Canaan Hall, Faith Harmon,
Jamar Massaline, Addison
Ray, Dalton Webb.
Third Grade: Ashton
Hall, Tyler Dove, Marquez
Brown, Austin Hallmark,
Aaron Phillips, Katia Roche,
Bryce Sasser, Madison
Mike, Jade Curtis, Brendan
Sanders, Zaniyah Fisher,
Cheyenne Hurst, Kaitlyn
Kolmetz, Clayton Lewis,
Madisen Hawes, Jonathan
Drake, Joseph Curtis
Fourth Grade: Caitlin
Hogue, Iva Rogers, Angella
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Roy Foreman, Ceirra Gandy,
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Joshua Webb, Jillian Hurst,
Jasmine Peterson, David
Church, Kara Grippo, Gar-
rett Hewett, Destiny Mc-
Donald, Samantha Sweeney,
Allan Hogans;
Jennifer Frost, Dellian
Mefford, Jeremy Eleam,
Ryan Gordan, Neal Mayo,
Jakob Jackson, Makayla

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Chase Proctor, Ethan Reg-

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Jade Joyner, Avery Moon,
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Zauner, Seth Batton, Mal-
colm McCray, Breanna
Walker, Kolby Bear, Lisa
Waldron, Matthew Spittler,
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4, Washington County News, Saturday, January 26, 2008


Carter provides information on tax amendment

Featured speaker at the
Kiwanis meeting on Tues-
day was Gil Carter, CFA,
Washington County property
appraiser. He discussed the
proposed changes for prop-
erty taxes as provided in the
Constitutional Amendment
One that will be decided by
public vote on January 29.
The following summary
information was provided in
a handout for all attending.
Ballot Summary
This revision proposes
changes to the State Consti-
tution relating to property
taxation. With respect to
homestead property, this
*Increases the homestead
exemption except for school
district taxes.
*Allows homestead prop-
erty owners to transfer up to
$500,000 of their Save-Our-
Homes benefits to their next
*With respect to non-
homestead property, this
revision provides a $25,000
exemption for tangible per-
sonal property and limits
assessment increase for
specified nonhomestead real
property except for school
district taxes.
In more detail, this revi-
*Increases the homestead
exemption by exempting
the assessed value between
$50,000 and $75,000. This
exemption does not apply to
school district taxes.
*Provides for the transfer
of accumulated Save-Our-
Homes benefits.
Homestead property own-
ers will be able to transfer
their Save-Our-homes ben-
efit to a new homestead
within one year and not
more than two years after
relinquishing their previous
homestead; except, if this
revision is approved by the
electors in January of 2008
and if the new homestead
is established on January 1,
2008, the previous home-
stead must have been relin-

Submitted photo
Featured speaker at the Kiwanis meeting on Tues-
day was Gil Carter, CFA, Washington County prop-
erty appraiser. He discussed the proposed changes
for property taxes as provided in the Constitutional
Amendment One.

quished in 2007.
If the new homestead has
a higher just value than the
previous one, the accumu-
lated benefit can be trans-
ferred; if the new homestead
has a lower just value, the
amount of benefit trans-
ferred will be reduced. The
transferred benefit may not
exceed $500,000.
This provision applies to
all taxes.
*Authorizes an exemp-
tion from property taxes of
$25,000 of assessed value of
tangible personal property.
This provision applies to all
*Limits the assessment
increases for specified non-
homestead real property to
10 percent each year. Prop-
erty will be assessed at just
value following an improve-
ment, as defined by general
law, and may be assessed
at just value following a
change of ownership or con-
trol if provided by general
law. This limitation does
not apply to school district
This limitation is repealed

effective January 1, 2019,
unless renewed by a vote of
the electors in the general
election held in 2018.
Further, this revision:
*Repeals obsolete lan-
guage on the homestead
exemption when it was less
than $25,000 and did not
apply uniformly to property
taxes levied by all local gov-
*Provides for homestead
exemptions to be repealed
if a future constitutional
amendment provides for as-
sessment of homesteads "at
less than just value" rather
than as currently provided
"at a specified percentage"
of just value.
*Schedules the changes
to take effect upon approval
by the electors and operate
retroactively to January 1,
2008, if approved in a spe-
cial election held on January
29, 2008, or to take effect
January 1,2009, if approved
in the general election held
in November of 2008.
The limitation on annual
assessment increases for
specified real property shall



Friends of the
Library meet
The February meeting
of the Friends of the Wash-
ington County Library will
meet Thursday, Feb. 7 at
noon at the Blue Lake Com-
munity Center.
Guest speaker will be
Dianne Smith of Bonifay, a
Bonifay Book Club member.
She will give a brief history
of her club, which has been
in existence over 50 years,
and will then give a book
Those wishing to make
luncheon reservations should
call Rosa Nell Baxley at
638-1470 by noon Monday,
Feb. 4.

The following informa-
tion was taken from records
at the Washington County
Courthouse of unfinalized,
recorded divorce actions
from Jan. 8 through Jan.
21, 2008.
Jan. 8, Donald Ray
French vs Nicole Stanley

Jan. 17,MiguelA. Cama-
cho vs Stacey Camacho.
Jan.17,James W.Leavins
Jr. vs Barbara E. Leavins.

Marriage license
The following informa-
tion was taken from mar-
riage license applications
issued by the clerk's office
at the Washington County
Courthouse Jan. 1 to Jan.
16, 2008.
Jan. 3, Jason Eli Smith
and Ruby Christina Bell.
Jan. 9, Shane Allen
Miller and Pamela Rachel
Lynn Wallace.
Jan. 14, Julius Dewayne
Peterson and Tangela
Sharelle Sly.

Tax help for seniors
available at WCOA
Washington County
Council on Aging andAARP
are taking appointments for
assaistance for the 2007-08
tax season.
Tax returns will be pre-
pared from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.,

each Monday beginning Feb.
4 and continuing through
March 17.
The schedule will con-
tinue each Monday after
that, from March 24 through

April 14, with returns be-
ing prepared from 8 a.m. to
Call the Council on Aging
at 638-6216 or 638-6217 to
schedule an appointment.

first apply to the 2009 tax
roll if this revision is ap-
proved in a special election
held on January 29, 2008,
or shall first apply to the
2010 tax roll if this revision
is approved in the general
election held in November
of 2008."
Carter showed some ex-
amples of property market
value increases and how the
cap and portability provi-
sions would work.
Carter also said that all
impact on county ad valorem
taxes collected by the Board
of County Commissioners
and the School District have
not been calculated, and it
could not be determined at
this time how the two ad
valorem taxing authorities
might adjust their actual
budgets to accommodate a
decline in revenues if the
amendment passes.
In other news, Dell Corbin,
chairman of the Kiwanis
Youth Services Committee,
reported that work on the
landscaping project at Kate
Smith Elementary School
was started last Saturday but
then changed to Saturday,
Jan. 26, due to inclement
He encouraged all Ki-
wanians and members of
the Key Clubs (Chipley and
Vernon High Schools) and
the Builders Club (Middle
Schools) to be at KMS at
8 a.m. to start work on Sat-
The Kiwanis Club of
Chipley has been serving the
youth of Washington County
for over 65 years, and last
year provided financial sup-
port to over 30 recipient
Next on the fund-raising
event calendar is the 53rd
Annual Pancake Breakfast to
be held Friday, April 4. See
any Kiwanian for a ticket.
The Club meets every
Tuesday at noon in Pattillo's
(in the middle of the WHTC
campus) for a luncheon

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Candidates announced
*Robert "Bobby" Haddock (Democrat), 1167 Mocking-
bird Lane Chipley, FL 32428
*Virginia Ruschmeier (Democrat), 1327 Old Church Road
Chipley, FL 32428
*Michael Walker (Republican), 2716-B Alton Lane
Chipley, FL 32428
*Rick Warden (No Party Affiliation), 1552 South Blvd.
Chipley, FL 32428
County Commissioner-District 1
*Donnie Ray Strickland (Democrat), 2461A Pleasant Hill
Rd, Bonifay, FL 32425
County Commissioner-District 5
*James E. Guy (Republican), 1844 Pettis Road, Chipley,
FL 32428
*Ronnie B. Finch (Democrat), 1278 Booth Road, Chipley,
FL 32428
*John A. Harmon (Democrat), 1625 Old Mill Road,
Chipley, FL 32428
*Bill Howell (Republican), PO Box 613 (1473 Gainer
Road), Chipley, FL 32428
School Board-District 2
*Wayne C. Saunders, 847 Candy Lane, Chipley, FL
NOTE: All school board races are non partisan.

Sample ballots online
All voters in Washington County should have received
a sample by mail today or certainly by tomorrow. To get
a sample ballot on line you can go to http://www.wcsoe.
For more information stop by the Washington County
Supervisor of Elections office, 1293 Jackson Avenue in
Chipley or call 638-6230.

Offices to be filled
*Clerk of the Circuit Court
*Property Appraiser
*Tax Collector
*Supervisor of Elections
*Superintendent of Schools
*Board of County Commissioners (Districts 1, 3 & 5)
*School Board (Districts 2 & 3)
*State Attorney,(Circuit 14)
*Public Defender (Circuit 14)
*State Representative (District 5)
*President and Vice President
*Representative in.Congress (District 1)

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 Su-
pervisor of Elections office no later then six (6) days prior
to an election.
To request Vote By Mail ballots or to receive additional
information, please contact our office at 638-6230, or visit
our website at: www.wcsoe.org.
*Presidential Preference Primary January 29, 2008
*Primary Election -- August 26, 2008
*General Election -- November 4, 2008

5 YEARS AGO, 2003
Earning GED diplomas
through the WIA (Workforce
Investment Act) Out-of-
School Youth Program were
Allen French of Caryville
and Jerrad Brown of Boni-
Winners of the fifth-grade
countywide spelling bee
were Amber Junod of Kate
M. Smith, first, Meagan
White of Vernon, second,
and Elizabeth Malloy of
KMS, third.
Shelli Street won a $100
check for being top candle
seller in a fund-raiser at Ver-
non Middle School. Hope
Driver, second place, re-
ceived a $50 prize.
L.D. Marlow of Ebro
Volunteer Fire Department
was honored for saving two
lives in the space of a week.
His peers in Washington
County Firefighters' As-
sociation gave him plaques
and praise at a banquet held
at the new Hinson Cross
Roads fire hall.
10 YEARS AGO, 1998
Sharon Norris asked
Washington County Com-
mission to help fund a local
humane center.
Washington County
School Board discussed
school uniforms and longer
days for area students.
Hofsa Ishaq and Jessi-
ca Taylor of Chipley High
School won the right to com-
pete in the annual Chipola
Regional Science and En-
gineering Fair. A number
of Roulhac Middle School
students also planned to
Dan Miner was picked to
head Chipley Public Works
Brandon Sasser of Roul-
hac Middle School won the
seventh-grade county-level
spelling bee.
15 YEARS AGO, 1993
Mary Lou Galloway (36

years) and Elouise Jones
(23) announced plans to
retire from teaching.
Bera Owens was hon-
ored as Tutor of the Month
by Literacy Volunteers of
Washington County.
Transportation Director
Jerry Tyre suggested the
county purchase six cellular
phones for school bus driv-
ers to use in emergencies and
when on field trips.
Bonifay SCS office was
scheduled to close.
30 YEARS AGO, 1978
Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Stall-
ings of Sunny Hills hosted
an impromptu dinner for 11
people. Among the guests
were Mr. and Mrs. Alvarez
of Puerto Rico.
Curtis P. Majors of Boni-
fay was vice president of the
Chipola Area Board of Real-
tors. June Potter of Chipley
was installed as director of
the organization.
The Independent Baptist
Church north of Sunny Hills
was destroyed by a Sunday
afternoon fire.
45 YEARS AGO, 1963
Sgt. and Mrs. James C.
Dollar of Columbus, Ga.,
spent 10 days with their par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell
Hayes of Chipley and Mr.
and Mrs. Hugh Dollar of
P.E. Dalton and sister,
Mrs. D.F. May, both of Ver-
non, spent some time in
Tallahassee. They, arid Dr.
and Mrs. B.W. Dalton of
Chipley, attended the fu-
neral of an uncle, Charles
H. Dalton.
The area's first automatic
calf feeder was installed on
the dairy farm of Arthur Earl
Williams north of Chipley.
55 YEARS AGO, 1953
Paula Gordy was the first
baby born at what is now
known as Northwest Florida
Community Hospital. She
also was the first one born

in the new year.
Mrs. Robbie Adams and
children of Graceville spent
the weekend in Chipley as
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde
Nelson and family.

70 YEARS AGO, 1938
Trustees for Chipley
schools were named to suc-
ceed themselves, including
E.L. Reddoch, M.S. Huggins
and F.L. Coe.
Mrs. L.D. Stroman of
Orangeburg, S.C., was the
guest of her mother, Mrs.
Marie Tobias.
The basketball team
from Chipley High School
edged past the Pensacola
lads,winning by a margin of
one point, the score being
Mrs. Belle Jasperson of
Southport was a guest of
Mrs. W.W. Jones.
Mr. and Mrs. J.B. Glenn
and daughter spent a few
hours Sunday with relatives
in Wausau.
Joe Williams spentsome
time in West Bay Friday
looking after matters at his
turpentine still.
James Yates, who lived
near Vernon, spent some
time Saturday attending to
business in Chipley.
J.W. Callaway and daugh-
ter, Miss Janey, spent several
days in Campbellton.
A.D. Carmichael and a
party of friends spent 10
days hunting and fishing in
Bay County.
Judge J.R. Wells of Ver-
non attended a Masonic
Grand Lodge meeting in
The county criminal court
is one of the best institutions
we have, a newspaper article
exclaimed. "The more we
see of it, the better we like


Arrest report from the Wash-
ington County Sheriff's Depart-
ment for the week of Jan. 14
- Jan 21,2008.
William Ackerman: w/m,
3/5/58; Chipley; battery; ar-
rested 1/17.
Alvin Chambers: b/m,
3/18/67; Caryville; violation
of probation on sexual assault;
arrested 1/15.
Charlotte Hammock: w/f,
6/1/71; Chipley; perjury; ar-
rested 1/14.
Annie Harper: w/f, 12/8/81;
Wausau; sale of narcotics with-
out prescription; arrested 1/18.
Dorothy James: b/f,
10/20/61; Chipley; possession
of cocaine; arrested 1/16.
Desiree Lincoln: w/f,
4/16/79; Jacksonville; viola-
tion of probation on vehicle
theft; arrested 1/14.
Kimberly Parker: w/
f,11/2/68; Chipley; warrants
from state of Georgia; arrested
Tina Parton: w/f, 2/19/80;
Chipley: no motor vehicle reg-
istration, driving while license
suspended or revoked; arrested
Dallas Payne: w/m, 4/25/59;
Chipley; trespassing; arrested
Yardley Potter: b/m, 2/8/75;
Ebro; violation of probation on
armed trespassing, warrants
from Alabama on hit and run
and manslaughter; arrested
Braxton Rogers: w/m,
9/6/83; Ft. Walton Beach; pos-
session of marijuana, Santa
Rosa County warrant for driv-
ing while license suspended or
revoked; arrested 1/15.
Deanna Singer: w/f,4/30/68;
Dothan, Ala.; driving while li-
cense suspended or revoked,
driving under the influence;
arrested 1/18.
Jamie Spires: w/f, 7/3/79;
Chipley; possession of cocaine
(two counts); arrested 1/15.
Charles Stepp: w/m, 1/5/90;

Chipley; battery; arrested
Clint Sweeeting: w/m,
11/10/84; Chipley; failure to ap-
pear on possession of controlled
substance; arrested 1/18.
Jerry Walsingham: w/m,
11/2/61; Marianna; Jackson

County warrant for possession
of paraphernalia, possession of
marijuana; arrested 1/15.
Teri Wicker: w/f, 3/7/61;
Caryville; violation of proba-
tion on burglary, battery of law
enforcement officer; arrested

Saturday, January 26, 2008 Washington County News, 5


Years Aoounty Ne

Taken from the files of the Washington County News

AARP Driver Safety
Program Feb. 3
AARP will sponsor and
driver safety course at Jim's
Buffet in Marianna on Sat-
urday, Feb. 3 beginning at
8 a.m.
This course was devel-
oped especially for the senior
driver with years of driving
experience. It is geared to se-
nior safety needs and helping
to compensate for age related
The National Safety
Council course reviews ba-
sic driving knowledge, new
traffic laws and introduces
techniques to help off-set the
effects of the aging process
on driver performance. This
course is approved by the
DHSMV for a three-year in-
surance premium reduction.
There is no testing and only
a minimum course fee of $10
to cover materials.
RSVP Lilia at 1-850-526-

Forestry best
practices survey
results released
Preliminary results of the
2007 Silvicultural Best Man-
agement Practices Imple-
mentation Survey show that
the Division of Forestry's
Region 1 is 98 percent in
compliance with the BMP
Florida's Division of For-
estry has completed the field
work for the 2007 statewide
survey. The results will be
published and available to
the public in the near future.
For more information on Best
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the 2007 BMP Biennial Sur-
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ALL INTERESTED PER- ington County News Janu- BOX 647 OR 1293 JACK- of 506.97 feet; Thence run Pursuant to the provisions the proposed Evaluation heard at said public hear-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT SONS ARE NOTIFIED ary 12, January 19, Janu- SON AVE., SUITE 101, N00000'00" W a distance of the Americans with Dis- and Appraisal Report ing should be present at
IN AND FOR WASHING- THAT: ary 26, February 2, 2008 CHIPLEY, FLORIDA of 64.10 feet to the point abilities Act, any person (EAR), and the Washing- said time and place. Con-
TON COUNTY FLORIDA, All creditors of the dece- 32428, OR TELEPHONE of beginning, containing requiring special accom- ton County Comprehen- tingent upon approval, a
FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL dent and other persons (850) 638-6008 EXT 232. 19.75 acres more or less. modations to participate in sive Plan is available for copy of such resolution
CIRCUIT. having claims or demands IN THE CIRCUIT, COURT AMOUNT TO REDEEM these meetings is asked review at the Washington will be filed in the offices MER DISE
against decedent's estate OF THE FOURTEENTH FOR January $ 1,508.32 PARCEL IDENTIFICATION to advise the County at County Planning Office lo- of the Washington County
CASE NO. 67-07-CA-119 on whom a copy of this JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN IN U.S. CURRENCY ONLY N U M B E R : 850-638-6200 at least 48 cated at 1331 South Clerk's Office and duly re- 310- Antiques
notice is served within AND FOR WASHINGTON .00000000-00-3192-0001 hours before the meeting. Boulevard, Chipley, Flor- corded in the public rec- 310 -Art s & Crafts
ALGIRDAS SAVICKAS, in- three months after the COUNTY, FLORIDA AMOUNT TO REDEEM "If any person decides to ida. ords of Washington 3130 Auctions
dividually, and as Guard- date of the first publication FOR February $ 1,529.94 CONTAINS 19.75 ACRES appeal any decision made County. Further informa- 3140 Baby Items
ian of Louis Grebliunas; of this notice must file IN RE: ESTATE OF IN U.S. CURRENCY MORE OR LESS. by the board, agency,.or Pursuant to the provisions tion is available by calling 3150 Building Supplies
and EUGENE Z. GREY; their claims with this Court Eugene EDWARD ONLY. commission, with respect of the Americans with Dis- Connie Anderson at (850) 3160 Business
and WITHIN THE LATER OF SCHRECENGOST, No Personal Checks Ac- Pursuant to the provisions to any matter considered abilities Act, any person 415-5093, between the Equipment
Plaintiffs THREE MONTHS AFTER File No. 67-07-CP-132 cepted, of the Americans with Dis- at such meeting or hear- requiring special accom- hours of 8:00 a.m. and 3170 Collectibles
-vs- THE DATE OF THE FIRST Cashier's Checks, Money abilities Act, any person ing, he or she will need a modationsto participate in 4:00 p.m., Monday 3180 Computers
VYTAS R GREBLIUNAS; PUBLICATION OF THIS Deceased. Probate Divi- Orders, and Western Un- requiring special accom- record of the proceedings, these meetings is asked through Friday. 3190 Electronics
KRISTINA M. NOTICE OR THIRTY sion ion are the only other al- modationsto participate in and that for such purpose, to advise the County at 3210- Firewss t On
GREBLIUNAS PARKER; DAYS AFTER THE DATE ternatives accepted. these meetings is asked he or she may need to en- 850-638-6200 at least 48 Done by order of the 3220- Furniture
SUZANNE GREBLIUNAS OF SERVICE OF A COPY NOTICE TO CREDITORS As published in the Wash- to advise the County at sure that a verbatim rec- hours before the meeting. Town of Caryville this 8th 3230 Garage/Yard Sales
HAIGHT; and LUCILLE OF THIS NOTICE ON ington County News Janu- 850-638-6200 at least 48 ord of the proceedings is "If any person decides to day of January 2008. 3240 Guns
GREBLIUNAS, THEM. The administration of the ary 19, 26, February 2, 9, hours before the meeting. made, which record in- appeal any decision made 3250 Good Things to Eat
Defendants. All other creditors of the estate of Mr. Eugene Ed- 2008. "If any person decides to cludes the testimony and by the board, agency, or Pursuant to the provisions 3260 Health & Fitness
decedent and persons ward Schrecengost, de- appeal any decision made evidence upon which the commission, with respect of the Americans with Dis- 3270 Jewelry/Clothing
NOTICE OF ACTION having claims or demands ceased, whose date of by the board, agency, or appeal is based." FS to any matter considered., abilities Act, any person 3280 Machinery/
againstthedecedent's es- death was November 3, NOTICE OF CHANGE IN commission, with respect 286.0105 at such meeting or hear- requiring special accom- Equipment
TO: LUCILLE tate must file their claims 2007, is pending in the REGULATION AFFECT- to any matter considered As published in the ing, he or she will needa modationsto participate in Medical Equipment
ING News record ofr theI proceedings, these meetings is ased3300 Miscellaneous
GREBLIUNAS with this Court WITHIN Circuit Court for Washing- ING at such meeting or hear- Washington County News record of theproceedings, these meetings is asked 3310 Musical Instments
355-W WINDSOR DR, THREE MONTHS AFTER ton County, Florida, Pro- THE USE OF LAND ing, he or she will need a January 26, 2008. and that-for such purpose, to advise the Town of 3320 Plants & Shrubs/
BLOOMINGDALE, IL. THE DATE OF THE FIRST bate Division, the address record of the proceedings, _he or she may need to en- Caryville at 850-548-5571 Supplies
60108 PUBLICATION OF THIS of which is P.O. Box 647, Washington County is and that for such purpose, sure that a verbatim rec- at least 48 hours before 3330 Restaurant/Hotel
NOTICE. Chipley, Florida 32428. considering changing the he or she may need to en- NOTICE OF APPLICA- ord of the proceedings is the meeting: "If any per- 3340 Sporting Goods
KRISTINA M. The names-and addresses use of land for the parcel sure that a verbatim rec- TION FOR TAX DEED made, which record in- son decides to appeal any 3350 Tickets (Buy & Sell)
GREBLIUNAS PARKER of the personal repre- described by the legal de- ord of the proceedings is Notice is hereby given, cludes the testimony and decision made by the
5 3 8 4 ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS sentative and the personal scription presented below, made, which record in- that Robert L. Pribbenow evidence upon which the board, agency, or com-
WALWORTH/ONTARIO AND OBJECTIONS NOT representative's attorney cludes the testimony and Trust, RL Pribbenow Trus- appeal is based." FS mission, with respect to A
DR. SO FILED WILL BE FOR- are set forth below. In accordance with the evidence upon which the tee the holder of the fol- 286.0105 any matter considered at
ONTARIO, NY 14519 EVER BARRED. All creditors of the dece- Small Scale Amendment appeal is based." FS lowing certificate, has filed As published in the Wash- such meeting or hearing, 3100
dent and other persons Review Provisions of the 286.0105 said certificate for a Tax ington County News Janu- he or she will need a rec-
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI- The date of the first publi- having claims or demands Florida Administrative As published in the Wash- Deed to be issued ary 26, 2008. ord of the proceedings, Wanted To Buy antiques,
FIED that an action to par- cation of this Notice is against decedent's estate Code a Public Hearing will ington County News Janu- thereon. The certificate and that for such purpose, collectibles, gold, silver,
tition real property on the January 30, 2008. on whom a copy of this be held by the Washing- ary 26, 2008. number and year of issu- he or she may need to en- dinnerware, collections
following described real notice has been served ton County Planning Com- ance, the description of PUBLIC NOTICEsure that a verbatim rec- painngs, cll
property, to-wit: Attorney for Person Giving must file their claims with mission (the designated the property, and the ord of the proceedingsis 850-638-7304
Notice: this court WITHIN THE Local Planning Agency) NOTICE OF CHANGE IN names in which it was as- You are hereby notified made, which record in 850-638-
Lot 4, Block 266, of Sunny ROY LAKE LATER OF 3 MONTHS AF- and the Washington REGULATION AFFECT- sessed are as follows : that a Public Hearing will cludes the testimony and
Hills Unit 2, a subdivision 202 North Waukesha TER THE DATE OF THE County Board of County ING CERTIFICATE NO. 832 be held on February 12, evidence upon which the
according to the Plat Street FIRST PUBLICATION OF Commissioners to solicit THE USE OF LAND YEAR OF ISSUANCE 01 .2008, at the Caryville appeal is based." FS
thereof, recorded in Plat Bonifay, Florida 32425 THIS NOTICE OR 30 public comment concern- DESCRIPTION OF PROP- Town Hall, located at 4436 286.0105 3110
Book 2, Pages 28-37, of Florida Bar No 0714811 DAYS AFTER THE TIME ing the proposed Land The Town of Vernon is ERTY: Parcel # Old Spanish Trail, As published in the Wash-
the Public Records of Person Giving Notice: OF SERVICE OF A COPY U s e considering changing the 00-4151-0143 Caryville, Florida at 6:00 ington County News Janu- Kenmore Electric Range,
Washington County, Flor- GORDON WESLEY LEE OF THIS NOTICE ON Changes/Comprehensive use of land for the parcel Lot B-143, First Addition to p.m., or as soon as possi- ary 26, 2008 and February white. Very good
ida; and 2600 Melvin Road THEM. Plan Amendment. described by the legal de- Leisure Lake, a subdivi- ble thereafter. Public 2, 2008. condition. $75.
Lot 13, Block 267, of Cottondale, Florida 32431 All other creditors of the scription presented below. sion according to the Plat hearings may be contin-
Sunny Hills Unit 2, a sub- As published in the decedent and other per- The public hearing to re- thereof, as recorded in ued from time to time as 850-773-4305.
division according to the Washington County News sons having claims or de- view these proposed In accordance with the Plat Book 3, Pages 179 of may be necessary. You PUBLIC AUCTION
Plat thereof, recorded in January 26, February 2, mands against decedent's changes will be held by Small Scale Amendment the Public Records of are further notified that the
Plat Book 2, Pages 20-37, 2008. estate must file their the Washington County Review Provisions of the Washington County, Flor- matter to be considered Tharp & Sons Mini Stor- f
of the Public Records of claims with this court Planning Commission on Florida Administrative ida. by the Town of Caryville age in Chipley, Florida will
Washington County, Flor- WITHIN 3 MONTHS AF- February 5, 2008, at 5:00 Code a Public Hearing will NAME IN WHICH AS- as to such public hearing hold either a private or 3190
idas;i and NOTICE OF APPLICA- TER THE DATE OF THE PM or as soon thereafter be held by the Washing- SESSED : Douglas J. will be the abandonment public sale on these units
ida; and TER THE DATE OF THE n
Lot19, Block 33, of Sunny TION FOR TAX DEED FIRST PUBLICATION OF as possible, in the Comn- ton County Planning Com- Moore & Connie J Moore and cessation of any for non-payment of rent, in Stereo Equipment:
Hills Unit 1, a subdivision THIS NOTICE. ALL missioners Meeting Room mission (the designated Said property being in the maintenance by the Town accordance with the Flor- Sansui-A-1200 Amplifier,
according to the Plat Notice is hereby, given, CLAIMS NOT SO FILED located at 1331 South Local Planning Agency) county of Washington, of Caryville and Washing- ida Statue Law T-700 stereo tuner,
thereof, recorded in Plat that Simon Price the WILL BE FOREVER Boulevard, Chipley, Flor- and the Town of Vernon to State of Florida. Unless ton County Public Works "Self-Storage Storage Fa- 2-SP-X8000 speakers,
Book 2, Pages 9-27, of holder of the following cer- BARRED. NOTWITH- ida. All interested mem- solicit public comment such certificated shall be Department on Washing- cility" Act 83.801-83.809". Technics turnable
Public Records of Wash- tificate, has filed said cer- STANDING THE TIME PE- bers of the public are en- concerning the proposed redeemed according to ton Street right-of-way as Tenants will have until SL-1600, marantz cassette
ington County, Florida. tificate for a Tax Deed to RIOD SET FORTH couraged to attend. Land Use the law, the property de- described below: February 13, 2008 to pay player/recorder, model
be issued thereon. The ABOVE, ANY CLAIM Changes/Comprehensive scribed shall be sold to in full. No Checks will be RA-700 reverb equalizer
has been filed against certificate number and FILED TWO (2) YEARS The public hearing to re- Plan Amendment. the highest bidder at the Only that portion of the fol- accepted. 850-547-4859
you, and you are required year of issuance, the de- OR MORE AFTER THE view these proposed courthouse door on Feb- lowing 40-foot right-of-way 1. Dianna Smith
to serve a copy of your scription of the property, DECEDENT'S DATE OF changes will be held by The public hearing to re- ruary 26, 2008 at 10:00 that runs east and west; Chipley, FL.
written defenses, if any, to and the names in which it DEATH IS BARRED. the Washington County view these proposed AM. Washington Street that .2. Gregory Long
it, on GERALD HOLLEY, was assessed are as fol Board of County Commis- changes will, be held by Dated this 23 day of Janu- lies within Parcel Numbers Chipley, FL
Attorney for Plaintiff, The date of first publica' sioners on February 28, the Washington County ary, 2008 5906-0000, Lot 1, Block 2; 3. Mary Carter
whose address is PO. CERTIFICATE NO., 259 tion of this'notice I the 2008, at 5:00 PM or as Planning Commission on LINDA HAYES'COOK and 5920-0000, Lot 10, Wausau, FL3200
Box 268, Chipley, Florida, YEAR OF ISSUANCE 05 Washington County News soon thereafter as possi- February 5, 2008, at 5:00 CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT Block 3; in Section 11, 4.Unknown Customer
32428; and file the original is January 19, 2008. ble, in the Commissioners PM or as soon thereafter COURT Township 4 North, Range Firewood For Sale;
with the Clerk of the above DESCRIPTION OF PROP- Meeting Room located at as possible, in the Com- WASHINGTON COUNTY, 16 West as shown on the The sale is scheduled for pickup or delivery, 1/4, 2,
styled Court on or before ERTY: Parcel # A. Clay Milton 1331 South Boulevard, missioners Meeting Room FLORIDA plat of record filed with the the following locations on or full cord. All seasoned
February 19, 2008; other- 00-1170-0010 Attorney for Personal Rep- Chipley, Florida. All inter- located at 1331 South BY: J C Rogers, Deputy Clerk of Court and known Saturday, February 16, hardwood. Call for prices
wise a judgment may be resentative ested members of the Boulevard, Chipley, Flor- Clerk as the R.E.L. McCaskill's 2008, DeFuniak Springs and availability.
entered against you for The N 1/2 of Lot 2, of a Florida Bar No. 13185 public are encouraged to ida. All interested mem- WARNING: Addition to the Town of 10:00 AM Bonifay 1:00 PM 850-209-5370
the relief demanded in the subdivision of Lots 1 & 2 Milton & Rhodes, PLLC attend. Public hearings bers of the public are en- THERE ARE UNPAID Caryville, Florida, accord- Chipley 2:00 PM. We re-
Petition. in the E 1/2 of the SW 1/4 4325 Lafayette Street may be continued from couraged to attend. TAXES ON PROPERTY ing to the Plat thereof on serve the right to cancel
of Section 3, Township 4 PO. Box 1591 time to time as may be WHICH YOU OWN IN file in the Office of the sale without notice.
WITNESS my hand and North, Range 13 West ac- Marianna, FL 32447 necessary. The public hearing to re- NWHICH YOU HAVE LE- Clerk of the Circuiit;qourt As published in the Wash-
seal of said Court on Jan- cording to the plat of Telephone:(850) 482-2330 view these proposed GAL INTEREST. THE of Washington County, ington County News Janu- 3
uary 15, 2008. Dekle Land Company Information concerning changes will be held by PROPERTY WILL BE Florida. Deed of record of ary 26, and February 2,
LINDA H. COOK Subdivision said S-D of Wanda Schrecengost, the proposed land use the Town of Vernon on SOLD AT PUBLIC AUC- ownership is recorded in 2008. Double your dollar
Clerk of Court Lots 1 & 2 being on rec- Personal Representative change is available for re- February 11, 2008, at 7:00 TION ON February 26, ORB 753, Page 216. wholesale an consign-
BY: C. Davidson ord in the Official Record 300 Shutt Lane view at the Washington PM or as soon thereafter 2008 UNLESS THE BACK wholesale and consign-
Deputy Clerk Book, 18 page 239, public Chipley, Florida 32428 County Board of County as possible, at the Town TAXES ARE PAID. TO A copy of this plat is avail- mentstore mattress sale;
s published in the Wash- records of Washington As published in the Wash- Commissioners Office at of Vernon Town Hall, 2808 MAKE ARRANGEMENTS able for examination at the Seely, Simmons and
ngtori County NewsJanu- County, FL. ington County News Janu- 1331 South Boulevard, Yellow Jacket Drive, Ver- FOR PAYMENT OR TO office of the Caryville 1110 Serta, queen and king
ary 1 926, February 2, 9, NAME IN WHICH AS- ary19, 26,2008. Chipley, Florida. non, Florida: All inter- RECEIVE FURTHER IN- Town Hall, 4436 Old mattress sets as low as
2008. ested members of the FORMATION, CONTACT Spanish Trail, Caryville, COLOR SELLS! $299. Living room suits
SESSED: Roy Lee Ferrell LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF public are encouraged to THE CLERK OF COURT Florida, or the Board of Get Your Classified from $450., we also carry
NOTICE OF APPLICA- PARCELS AFFECTED BY attend. Public hearings IMMEDIATELY AT PO. County Commissioners, Ad in a large selection of house-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, Said property being in the TION FOR TAX DEED PROPOSED AMEND- may be continued from BOX 647 OR 1293 JACK- 1331 South Boulevard, COLOR! wares and furniture. Lower
FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL county of Washington, Notice is hereby given, MENT time to time as may be SON AVE., SUITE 101 Suite 209, Chipley, Call now for details than low prices. Come
CIRCUIT OF THE STATE State of Florida. Unless that B M Wright the holder necessary CHIPLEY, FLORID Florida. All interested and be noticed! check us out at 2581 S.
OF FLORIDA, IN AND such certificated shall be of the following certificate, Proposed Change from 32428, OR TELEPHONE members of the public are 638-0212 Branon Stand Rd. Dothan.
FOR WASHINGTON redeemed according to hasfiled said certificatefor Agriculture/Silviculture Information concerning (850) 638-6008 EXT232. encouraged to attend. or Monday thru Saturday, 10
COUNTY the law, the property de- a Tax Deed to be issued and General Commercial the proposed land use AMOUNT TO REDEEM Anyone desiring to be 547-9414 to 6 p.m.
IN R The stat f scribed shall be sold to thereon. The certificate to High/Medium Density change is available for re- FOR January $ 5,273.14
IN RE: The Estate of the highest bidder at the number and year of issu- Residential Use. Petition view at the Washington IN U.S. CURRENCY
CASE NO 67-07-124CP courthouse door on ance, the description of for Land Use Change sub- County Board of County ONLY.
WILLIAM DOYLE LEE February 26, 2008 at the property, and the mitted by Varnum & Asso- Commissioners Office at AMOUNT TO REDEEM
WILLIAM DOYLE LEE, 10:00 AM. names in which it was as- ciates, Inc., the 1331. South Boulevard, FOR February $ 5,349.50
D rad .sessed are as follows: petitioner(s) and Highland Chipley, Florida as well as IN U.S. CURRENCY
Deceased. Dated this 4 day of Janu- CERTIFICATE NO. 1191 Properties, LLC, the prop- at the Town of Vernon ONLY.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS ary, 2008YEAR OF ISSUANCE 05 erty dwner(s). Town Hall at 2808 Yellow No Personal Checks Ac-
DESCRIPTION OF PROP Jacket Drive, Vernon, Flor- cepted.
(Summary Administration) LINDA HAYES COOK ERTY: Parcel # The purpose of this Land aida. Cashier's Checks, Money
TO ALL PERSONS HAV- CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT 01-0084-0007 U s e Orders, and Western Un-
TO ALL PERSONS HAV- COURT Lot 7, Block 84, of Sunny Change/Comprehensive LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF ion are the only other al-
MANDS AGAINMS OR THE WASHINGTON COUNTY, Hills Unit 1, a subdivision Plan Amendment is to al- PARCELS AFFECTED BY ternatives accepted.
MANDS AGAINST THE FLORIDA according to the Plat low for development of the PROPOSED AMEND- As published in the Wash-
ABOVE ESTATE: thereof, as recorded in site for residential pur- MENT ington County News Janu-
You are hereby notified BY: J C Rogers, Deputy Flat Book 2, Pages 9 poses which will include ary 26, February 2, Febru-
that anOrder of Summary Clerk through 27, of the Public single-family, multi-family, Proposed Change from ary 9, February 16,2008
Administration has been Records of Washington and assisted living units. Agriculture Use to
entered in the Estate of WARNING: County, Florida. High/Medium Density .NOTICE OF PUBLIC
WILLIAM DOYLE LEE, de NAME IN WHICH AS- Legal Description of Par- Residential Use. Petition HEARING FOR EVALUA- Certified CNA looking Sod Sod Sod Quality you
ceased, case number THERE ARE UNPAID SESSED : Moises Aranas cel: for Land Use Change sub- TION AND APPRAISAL C&C Bookkeeping and for part-time work in your can depend on. Irrigated,
67-07-124CP, by the Cir- TAXES ON PROPERTY &VictoriaRAranas mitted by Cokomo Inter- REPORT(EAR) Tax Service. Open 5 days home. Cleaning, cooking, weed & pest controlled.
cult Court for Washington WHICH YOU OWN IN Said property being in the Begin at the southwest national Corp. (AC a week. 8am to 5pm. Call etc. Please call Remona at Centipede and St. Augus-
County, Florida, the ad- WHICH YOU HAVE LE- county of Washington, comer of the northwest Moore), the property (850)638-1483 850-535-4025 tine. Delivery and installa-
dress of which is Post Of GAL INTEREST. THE State of Florida. Unless quarter of Section 6, owner(s). Pursuant to Florida Stat- tion available. 8 miles SW
fice BDx 647, Chipley, PROPERTY WILL BE such certificated shall be Township 2 North, Range outes th Wash onf Chipley for easy cus-
Florida 32428; thatthe to- SOLD AT PUBLIC AUC- redeemed according to 14 West, Washington The purpose of this Land u the Washington I clean houses & offices mri n eCa an-
ta cash value of the estate y Planning Commis- Have reference, leave time. Billyand Leola Brock
TION ON February 26, the law, the property de- County, Florida; Thence U s e sion(the designated Local
does not exceed 2008 UNLESSTHE BACK scribed shall be sold to un8946'04" Ealongthe Change/Comprehensive l message. 547-5457 or (850) 638-1202; 326-1500
$25,000.00; and that the TAXES ARE PAID. TO the highest bidder at the South line of said North- Plan Amendment is to al- duct an Evaluation and
names and addresses of MAKE ARRANGEMENTS courthouse door on Feb- west quarter a distance of low for the development of Appraisal Report (EAR) In-
those to Whom it has been FOR PAYMENT OR TO ruary 26,2008 at 10:00 1159.00 feet; Thence leav- residential townhouses formational Public Hear-
assigned by such order RECEIVE FURTHER IN- AM. ing said South line run and/or duplexes. ing, on Tuesday, February Headliners and Vinyl
are: FORMATION, CONTACT Dated this 15 day of Janu- S30o23'53" E a distance of 5, 2008, at 5:00 p.m., or Tops Mobile Unit. I do the
THE CLERK OF COURT ary 200837706 feet; Thence run al 5, 2008, at 5:00 p.m., or Tops Mobile Unit. I do the For Rent first in Chipley,
NAME, ADDRESS, IMMEDIATELY AT RO COOK 377.06 feet; Thence run Legal Description of Par- as soon thereafter as pos- work at your home or Carpentry, pressure Mini Warehouses. If you
AMSSET, SHADDRESS, OR BOX 647 OR 1293 JACK- CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT 0719'35" Edistanceof el: sible, in the County Com- workplace.Reasonable washing, lawn care, patio don't have the room, "We
ASSET, SHARE OR AV. SUIE 1 0 CR T IRUIT 140.66 feet; Thence run missioners Meeting rates on new vinyl tops & window re-screening. Do" Lamar Townsend
AMOUNT SON AVE., SUITE 101, COURT S07043'03" W a distance of Lots 1 and 2, Block A, Roon 1331 South eet g rates on new vinyl tops & window rescreening. Do" Lamar Townsend
CHPLEY, FLOIDA GTO Y 0 03"Wadistncof Ls 1 and 2, Block A, Room, 1331 Soth Boule-and auto carpeting. Free great rates. (850)638-4492 (850)638-4539, north of
BEVERLY ATES CHIPLEY, FLORIDA WASHINGTON COUNTY, 42.00 feet; Thence run RIVERCHASE, a subdivi- vard, Chipley, Florida, to estimates. Call anytimng. Free, Townsends.
BEVERLY CATES 32428, OR TELEPHONE 'FLORIDA N8216'57" W a distance sion in Section 25, Town- provide information and to leave message. (850) J&J CabnetShop. F Townsendsa
442PleasCircle (850) 638-6008 EXT 232. BY: J C Rogers, Deputy of 158.53 feet; Thence run shio 3 North. Range 15 poii i leave message. (850) J& Cabnet Shop. For all....... -,--
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25%eky, WArNG S2454' 17" W a distance West, Washington County, the proposed Evaluation your kitchen cabinets and Mini Storage in Chipley.
25% WARNING: of 248.03 feet; Thence Florida, recorded in official and Appraisal Report I house repair needs. Call All sizes for rent. We
THERE ARE UNPAID S0000'00" E a distance of records plat book 3, page (EAR). This is an infor- James S 26Howell (850) furnish the lock.
SONYAGRANGER AMOUNT TO REDEEM TAXES ON PROPERTY 142.06 feet; Thence 196 mational meeting for the 5352839 2601619 (850)326-2399
442 Pleas Circle FOR January $1,256.33 IN WHICH YOU OWN IN S15E15'59" W a distance public. The purpose of
Chipley, FL 32428 U.S. CURRENCY ONLY. WHICH YOU HAVE LE- of 89.97 feet; Thence run Containing .96 of an acre, the Public Hearing is to re-
25% GAL INTEREST. THE S36o10'41" Wadistanceof more or less. ceive comments and pro-
AMOUNT TO REDEEM PROPERTY WILL BE 87.05 feet; Thence run vide information regarding
JEFF LEE FOR February $1,274.10 SOLD AT PUBLIC AUC- S50o16'39" W a distanceof PARCEL IDENTIFICATION the above matter. All in-
442Please Crce IN U.S. CURRENCY ONLY TION ON February 26, 226.55 feet; Thence run N U M B E R ( S ) : trested members of the J & W QUALITY TRIM Sod For Sale on the farm, Sewing Machine and
Chipley, FL32428 No Personal Checks Ac- 2008 UNLESS THE BACK W39o43'21" W a distance 00000000-00-4605-0101 public are encouraged to Specializing in Interior delivered or installed. Vacuum Cleaner Repair,
25 cepted. TAXES ARE PAID. TO of 185.00 feet; Thence run a n d attend. Public hearings Trim; Crown Molding, Centipede and 419 Ber- guaranteed service on all
MAKE ARRANGEMENTS N5016'39" E a distance of 00000000-00-4605-0102 may be continued from Framing, Remodeling. muda. West Florida Turf makes and models. Free
LORI MONK Cashier's Checks, Money FOR PAYMENT OR TO 45.00 feet; Thence run time to time as may be Licensed/Insured. Free (8 5 0 ) 6 3 8 4 8 6 0 ; estimates. Western Auto,
111owaAve Orders, and Western Un- RECEIVE FURTHER IN- N3943'21" W a distance CONTAINS .96 OF AN necessary. Estimates. John McDon- (850415-0385. Established 216 N. Waukesha, Boni-
Bonifay, FL 32428 ion are the only other al- FORMATION, CONTACT of 693.87 feet; Thence run ACRE MORE OR LESS. aid (850) 638-2270 1980 fay. 547-3910
25% ternatives accepted. THE CLERK OF COURT N39o44'53" W a distance Documentation regarding
As published in the Wash- IMMEDIATELY AT P.O. Documentation regarding

S8 Washington County News Saturday, January 26, 2008

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B&B Furniture 1342 General 2Bed m Small 2BR House par- Mobile homes for rent, New Construction 10 5 AC., high and dry, on 99 Isuzu Amigo, 99K,
B&B Furniture 1342 General 2Bedroom 1 Lbath home tially furnished with furnished and unfur- new homes starting at Gilbert Mill Rd. S.E. of V6-AT. $4500.00 OBO.
North RR Avenue, Chip- Avon Representa- for rent. LR, DR, kitchen Washer and Dryer. $400 a nished. 2BR/1BA, no pets. $119,900.258-5941. Chipley. Has old mobile 547-3484 after 6:30
ley. We pay cash for tives needed in Boni- The Jackson County and enclosed rear porch, month and $350 security 4173 Douglas Ferry Rd. home, deep well, large w eekend a
clean, quality furniture. fay Chipley, Farm Service Agency is carport. $500. per month. deposit. Smoke free envi- 547-4606 trees. PRICE REDUCED to w
850-557-0211 or Graceville Wausau advertising for a Field 2 months security and ref- ronment. No pets. $45,000. 638-8570
850-415-6866. Ask for Assistant position. Ap- erences. 547-5708 Call 850-638-1272The Park at 2350 7150 UST SE OR/A
y Vernon, Caryvilleplications will be taken ________Call 850-638-1272 5 7 MUST SELL 3 BR/2BA T
PascoOr Carolynpications will be taken 3BR/1BA $425 FOR SALE BY OWNER 1995 FLEETWOOD MO-
Sl over e Ponce de Leon. Ask from January 25,2008 C3BR&v.-$450- *Homesites near Shell995 LE HOME WILL NEED 8130
Furniture & Mattresses about mini-kit, thru close of business For Rent 3BR/1BA, 3R/2BA *Homesites nea Sh BILE HOME WILL NEED 8 0
Low, low, low overhead 850-547- 1640. February 7, 2008. This C5&A. 1181 1st Ave. $595547-3746 Landing, $22,900 each, TO BE MOVED. SOME 85 Ford F-150, 302, AT.
guarantees low, low, low Dwayne Atkins ISR position will be a Tem- a month. No pets. HUD 6170 Wages Pond, Wash Co, 3 owner financing. FURNITURE & APPLI- $1600 OBO. 5457-3484 af-
prices. P&S Discount Fur- porary Intermittent not accepted. 638-1918 3BR/2BA E. of Chipley br 2 ba, 1 ac, scrnd porch, ANCES STAY. $18,000 ter6:30,weekends
niture, Chipley. (Since to exceed 6 months. on Rock Hill Ch. Rd. $500carport, dock, $620 mo, 4.51 acres W/F Home- CALL 850-547-4205 AF- ter6:30, weekends.
1973) 850-638-4311 Salary will range from FOR RENT: 2BR/1BA per month with water & 1st, Last & sec, 233-4636 sites in Crystal Village, TER5:30PM
Employmen t $12.70 to $18.47 per FOR lesso onh lawn services furnished by $39,900 each, owner fi- 1973 Ford F-100, rebuilt
three miles south on hwy owners Security deposit nancing. 360, excellent work truck.
^eiSS N Opportunity hour depending on 77. Call for information e Security deposit
qualifications. This po- 850-638-1858 and references required roterPrperiesof$1,350 080.
3230 The Holmes County Board sition is for a field tech- and NO pets. 638-8570.Porter Properties of 850-535-1860
Clothing ppof County Commissioners nician able to carry out For Rent 2BR/1BA on Aerica c .o
Clothing, purses, toys, is currently accepting ap- field work related to For Rent-3BR/2BA house Mattox Springs Rd in Pate 5ca11559Chipley, F32428 or 1988 Toyota 4X4, 6cyl.
DVD's, scooters, quilts plications for the position Farm Service Agency in Chipley. 638-1918 or Pond850-5352657 ca 850-849-2637. Extended Cab. 5 Speed
and misc. items. 925 Car- of Mechanic II at the programs. This in- 638-4478. Lots For Sale Ready to Standard. 535-2818.
lisle Rd. behind Pizza Hut Holmes County Road De- cludes measuring For Rent Nice 3BR/2BA, a build. One five minutes -
in Chipley. partment. Eligible appli- fields, inspecting and 16x80 on one acre of land, from Santa Rosa Beach. 2002 Chevy Avalanche,
Retiring from fleamarket cants may obtain a co- measuring stored com- Publisher's deep well. No pets. On $90,000 was $118,000 REC119,903 miles, sealed bid
bab items, tables and plete job description and modities, and verifying Notice Brickyard Rd. $600 a 7100- Homes and other lot on 1ST 8100 -Antique & Collectibles vehicle, pick up bid form
chairs, mic cookware, application at the Holmes producer compliance month plus deposit. Days 7110 Beach Home/ Street in Chipley. Call 8110- Cars from Community South
everything must County Commissioners through spot checks. All real estate advertising in 638-8462 and nights Property 850-547-2091 8120 Sports UtilityVehicles Credit Union, 1044 Hwy
heeean H 79 in r s Office, 201 N Oklahoma Office work will also be this newser 638-1434. o7120- Commercial 8130 -aTruEntp cks0 Eey
OpenF 710 Fa anrSun mr. In Bonsfay, quiet mobile 0and Finance. 5 acres s Commercial ing date: Feb 11, 2008.
850-773-5009Fri, Sat and Sun. Monday thru Friday be- position along with makes it illegal to advertise home park space $175.00 7140 oIFs anAcreage or more.for houses only, 1s50 Motorcycles
850-773-5009 tween the hours of 8 am travel. For qualifica- "any preference, limitation or175s a e e e
and 5 m or online at tions andapplication in- discrimination based on & 2BR/1bath mobile 7160 Mobile Homes/Lots wooded & pasture. 3 mi- 8170 -Auto Parts For Sale 2006 Ford F 150
www.homescountyfl.org. formation, please con- race, color, religion, sex, homes for rent40000 7170-Waterfront les South of Chipley. & Accessories XLT V8, loaded, 12,300
SApplicatio deadline is tract the Jackson handicap, familial status or month each. 7180 Investment Highway 77, Gainer Rd., 8210- Boats miles. Phone
S3270 At the Jack e national origin,or an inten- 850-547-4234 or Property Houston Rd., Beadle Rd., 220 PersonalWatercraft 8547-3807 If not
3270 4:00 pm January30, 2008. County Farm Service tion, to make any such pref- 850-699-3599 7190 Out-of-Town Duncan Community Rd., 8230 SlBoats&Marine ailab8 leave message
Diamond Solatire, beauti- All applications should be Agency @ (850) erence, limitation or dis- Real EstateRd fiveacres8240 Boat & Marine availae leave message
ful ladies ring, 1.02 carats turned in to the County 526-2610 Ext 2, or ap- crimination" Familial status 7200 Timeshare B i r Supplies
H- VS clarity, 14K yellow Administrator's office o- ply inperson @ 2741 includes children under the (8) ten acres (5) eight ac- 8310- Aircraft/Aviation
or legal custodians, preg- cash. Low down payment, 8330 Campers & Trailers
WHOLESALE $5,900+, County Courthouse. ianna, FL 32448. nant women and people se- Mobile Home for rent. low monthly payments. 8340 Motorhomes 8160
sell $5,000. 850-381-0715. Holmes County is a curing custody of children 2BR/2BA. On Pioneer Rd, 7100 Call Milton Peel for infor-
Drug-Free Workplace and Other under 18. 4'miles East of Vernon. By Owner 2.6 acres, mation850-638-1858 For Sale: 2006 Suzuki
I have a huge selection of Equal Opportunity Em- 850-638-7315 or3B2bath 2400 Square GSX R600, 3,190 miles,
men's 3X shirts and size ployer. Help Wanted-Assisted This newspaper will not 850-638-7315 or 3R/2bath 2e,400 Square GSX R600 3c190 mlee ele
60x30 pants, shoes size Living Facility. Several knowingly acceptanyadver- 850-527-4467. feet, Large home, double One acre lot near Choc- 8110 blue & white w/helmet.
11. Sell individually orShifts available. Starting ising fr real estat Mobile Home Rentals In g ho septi ,50e 8 F250, sking $6,900. Call Steve
bulk. Call after 6:00 p.m. pay$8.00 an hour. Callfor readers are hereby informed Ponce de Leon. 1-3 Bed- barn. $220,000. and 2.6 septic, Panhandle t omc, lcrck 850-250778 Cll
readers aLr, Automatic, infc acres fenced property. 850-25840778
850-547-4265 Full time fertilizer ware- more information that all dwellings advertised room 2 bath, 3 -2 bed- 547-2408 r r 850-259-1904. windows/door locks, 82
house position. Apply in 535-4432. in this newspaper are availa- room 1 bath, reasonal 5-8 bed-liner, good tires. Runs
good, looks good. White
Ladies Nice Plus Size person. Washington ble on a equal opportunity rent. 850-849-5068 Home goodth brown interiorod. Pricte
clothing 3 & 4X Most County Farm Supply. Other basis. To compin o dis- 850-535-2680 R/ with brown interior. Priced
never worn. Dresses, 850-638-7833 crimination call HUD toll-free forSale-3BR/2BA, beow book. $5,000 FRM.
neveskirts, pants, ses, 850-638-7833Mystery Shoppers, get at 1-80-669-9777. The Mobile Homes for rent in 1,564 SF Sits on 1 b71 lo0 h (850)209-5241 IR8210
sweaters. pants twonp paid to shop! Retail/dining toll-free number for the hear- Cottondale on Sapp Road, acre. 638-1647. 3BR/1bath mobile home
sweaterJks. Also two new establishments need un- ing impaired is 8 miles east of Chipley. to be moved, $2,000. Honda Civic EX' 99 33 Boston Whaler
leather Jackets. 773-5777._ derercover clients to judge 1-800-927-9275. 3BR/2BA and 2BR/2BA REDUCED by owner 747 1979 Ford Thunderbird MPG A/C, AM/FM/CD, 2006 150 sport, 60 hp 4
Healthcare quality customer service. available. Total electric. Gilbert Drive, Chipley. with 351 windser engine. PW, PL, Custom Wheels, stroke merc., like new,
S1Campbelltn- e Earn up to $150. a day. (850)258-4868; 209-8847 3BR/1.5BA. Newly Re- 4 acres 3BR/1 bath home All Maint, Excellent Condi- bimini, fish finder, full
i 1 Campbellton-Graceville Call (888)-523-1013. aS www.charloscountryliv- modeled. (w) 718-2268; with 2 additional. home tion, 185K Hwy Miles, cushions, trailer, more.
3280 Hosp a Critical lAc-ae-- nnr in P e f m ing.com (h)547-2937 sites. 850-547-5303 $5200 obo, 850-638-6628 $15,000. (850) 774-2333
cess Hospital located in Permanent full-time posi-
Single hopper two row the Panhandle of Flor- tion available. Currently
Covington planter and dis- ida is seeking qualified looking for a salesperson. COASTAL GA 1/2 acre+ $89,900.
tributors on culitivater personsforthefollow- PreferablyfromtheNorth- Announcements 300N FREE Information: (800)578-1363- COASTAL GA 1/2 acre $89,900
frame. Very good condi- ingpositions: west Florida area. Ext: 300-N. Incredible community, water & marsh
tion. Call 638-0014. Energetic, well settled, GET COVERED....Run your ad views, Year-round temperate weather in
Nurse Practitioner and goal oriented. Sales the Golden Isles. Enjoy boating, fishing,
fulltime position availa- experience helpful but not STATEWIDE! You can run your classified Financial the Golden Isles. Enjoy boating, sing,
ble, applicants must a must. Excellent ad in over 100 Florida newspapers for walking, family/retirement living. Great
3300 ave current Florida commissions and full $475. Call this newspaper or (866)742- Are you tired of your debt? We are here financing available. CALL (888)513-9958
1999 EZ-GO golf-cat ARNP E license Ro and vaiablce phone ts. 1373 for more details or visit: www.florida- to help. This is not a loan. Don't wait! Visit www.peninsula-goldenisles.com.
00. 5 1vod condition. background. Apply in person atthe new classifieds.com. (800)851-3512. Lots &Acreage
$1,700. 535-4121 Jones-Baird Chevrolet 701 Lots & Acreage
Balled Hay 535-2264 LPN's-fulitime and PRN E. Magnolia Ave, in Ge- Apartment for Rent Help Wanted
positions available, neva, AL., ask for Randall for Rent LOG CABIN only $69,900. Lake Access
Rolled Argentina Bahia must have current Flor- Lee. withFREE Boat Slips. Own the dream! New
hay for sale. $35 per roll. ida Nursing License. $397/Mo! 4BR/3BA HUD Home! (5% Drivers: CALL TODAY! Bonus & Paid with
850-638-7469, 638-1280 Premium pay offered Tradesdown 20 years @ 8% apr) More Homes Orientation 36-43cpm Earn over $1000 2,128 sf log cabin package at spectacular
or 850-832-2937. for these positions. Want An Opportunity Available from $199/Mo! For listings call weekly Excellent Benefits Class A and 3 mos 160,000 acre recreational lake! Paved road,
anted to Rent- Farm RN' to work in the with a growingcompany? (800)366-9783 Ext 5669. recent OTR required (800)635-8669. u/ utilitiesexcellent financing. Call now
land in Graceville, Chip- Emergency Department Want to work hard and be (800)704-3154, x1712.
lay, Bonifay area. Or and on patient floor, rewarded for it? Reed
pasture land for cows. Must have a current Concrete and Construc- Auctions Part-time, home-based internet business.
Call anytime, Florida Nursing Li- tion, Inc., in Bonifay would Earn $500-$1000/month or more. Flexible Miscellaneous
850-718-1859 orl cense, and be'ACLS like to talk with you.
535-4602. o and PALS certified. 850-547-5767 Absolute Auction!! Developer close-out hours. Training provided. No selling ORCE275-$350COVERS children,
535-4602 Fultime positions avail sale. New 1, 2 & 3 bedroom condos in required. FREE details. www.K738.com. e Only one signature requiredExcludes
able. r .) N Viera Beach, FL. 20 left from 250+. 10 etc. Only one signature required! *Excludes
Sable aViere being sold 2 E February 10 Drivers Regional $1,100 +/wk. J'ville govt. fees! Call weekdays (800)462-2000,
Physical Therapy are being sold ABSOLUTE February 10 Drivers -Regional $100 wk. ville xt.. (8am-6pm) Alta Divorce, LLC.
332- Assstant-fulltime posl- at 1pm. Viera Holiday Inn. (941)373-1433 Terminal 100% Co. Pd Benefits Must have Estabshed 1977
Leola Brock Nurseries tions available, needs www.MarshaWolakAuctions.com AU3600 Class A 100K iniles. Pd Car Haul Training! Established 1977.
LLC Plants, trees and to have current Florida AB2578 BK536374. Call John @ Waggoners (912)571-0242. AIRLINES ARE HIRING Train for high
shrubs. Landscape de- license.
s landscape on tract-. p paying Aviation Maintenance Career, FAA
ing, irrgat onsystems. We offer competitive ESTATE FORRE Absolute Auction, Homes & Land. Driver-BYNUM TRANSPORT- needs approved program. Financial aid if qualified
1788iWhiteRoadaeonifay, wages andt a
1788 Wh32425te Roadshingonifay age hatinclude 600Business/ No Minimums, Homes and Lots will qualified drivers for Central Florida- Local a Job placement assistance. CALL Aviation
County) (850)638-102 CBS health Ins., Den- Commercial be sold absolutely. Live Auction, Phone & National OTR positions. Food grade Institute of Maintenance (888)349-5387.
326-1500 tal Ins., Life Ins., Retire- 6120 achrentals bidding permitted. Realtor/au460 Neal tanker, no hazmat, no pumps, great benefits,
ment Plan and more. 6130 Condo/rownhouse VanDeRee Auction (941)488-3600 competitive pay & new equipment. (866)GO- ATTEND COLLEGE ONLINE from
NMaps ery&e Frm pply or inquire to 61 Roose nted wwwvanderee.com. BYNUM. Need 2 years experience. home. Medical, business, paralegal,
Spring is just around the Hospital, 5429 Collage 6160 -Rooms for Rent computers, criminal justice. Job placement
corner and now is the time Drive, Graceville Fl. 6170 Moile ome/Lt Real Estate Auction 1-26-08 at 1pm. CDL-A DRIVERS: Expanding Fleet assistance. Financial aid and computer
to plant your fruit trees 32440. (850)263-4431 6180- Out-of-Town Rentals
and landscape plants. We ext. 2080. Email resume 6190 -Timeshare Rentals Commercial building, Commercial vacant offering Regional/OTR runs. Outstanding provided if qualified. Call (866)858-2121,
have apples, pears, t o 8200 Vacation Rentals lot Residential lot in Live Oak. For info call Pay Package. Excellent Benefits. Generous www.OnlineTidewaterTech.com.
peaches, plums, nectar- jaustin@panhandleIrr.com .. (888)821-0891 or www.jwhillauctions.com Hometime. Lease Purchase on '07 Peterbilts.
rrines, ef Our crus ( 263-31 r fAttn AB#2083. NATIONAL CARRIERS (888)707-7729 NOW AVAILABLE! 2008 POST OFFICE
trees include satsumas, Personnel Director.100 www.nationalcarriers.com. JOBS. $18-$20/HR. NO EXPERIENCE,
meyers lemons, ruby red Drug Free workplace, Executive Office Business Opportunities PAID TRAINING, FED BENEFITS,
grapefruit, hamilin and EOE. space for lease on Drivers-Flatbed Recent Average $1,012/ VACATIONS. CAL (800)910-9941
Blood Red Oranges, hon- Brickyard Rd. Great atbdR ent VACATIONS. CALL (800)910-9941
eybell tangelos, sweet and location across from FIRE YOUR BOSS & BE YOUR OWN wk Late Model Equipment, Strong Freight TODAY! REF #FLO8.
sour kumquats, limes and Chipley High School; BOSS! Say goodbye to your commute Network, 401K, Blue Cross Insurance
calemondin. Our land- Administra638-7700 _________________ Real Estate
calemonin. Our land- Administratie www.chip77eyoffcefor and long hours. Make CEO income from (800)771-6318 www.primeinc.com. Real Estate
scape plants are too nu- www.chipleyofficefor
merous to list, but we Tri-County Community lease.com anywhere. No experience necessary.
have everything from or- Council, Inc. is accept- Training available. 20K-80K+ (Monthly) Driver: DON'T JUST START YOUR Tennessee- Affordable lake properties on
namental grasses to ing applications for Executive onto a Don't Believe, Don't Call! www.wealthwi CAREER, START IT RIGHT! Company pristine 34,000 acre Norris Lake. Over
maples, birch and clove- for rent downtown
nd ears Co esee u the te ordi ator ro Chipley. 638-1918 thintegrity.biz (650)954-8031. Sponsored CDL training in 3 weeks. Must 800 miles of shoreline. Call Lakeside
at 814 Rattlebox Rd 3 mi- gram. be 21. Have CDL? Tuition reimbursement! Realty TODAY! (888)291-5253 or visit
les south on Orange Hill ALL CASH CANDY ROUTE Do you CRST. (866)917-2778. www.lakesiderealty-tn.com.
Rd, Chipley, FL. Watch for RESPONSIBILITY: Di-
our signs. 850-638-8243 react the activities of the earn $800 in a day? 30 Machines, Free
or visit us on the web at Center providing care ALL LARGE Candy All for $9,995. (888)629-9968 WANT HOME MOST WEEKENDS NC MOUNTAIN HOMESITES FROM
maphistreefarm.com All and development for APARTMENTS-1 BR, B02000033. CALL US: We will not be WITH MORE PAY? Run Heartland's $59,900 MINUTES TO ASHEVILLE, NC
Christma Forget Us Valent20% off th children (3-5 year $450 S/D $200. 2BR $500 undersold! Southeast Regional! $.45/mile company Enjoy sweeping mountain vistas, a mile of
Don t Forget UsValentines old) de ^ BDDo65n drivers, $1.28 for Operators! 12 months Riverfront, walking/ fitness trails, and more.
Dayl cording to the Head S/D $350. Downtown drivers, $1.28 for Operators! 12 months Riverfront, walking/ fitness trails, and more.
Start Programi Guide- Chipley, convenient loca- AMERICA'S FAVORITE Coffee Dist. OTR required. HEARTLAND EXPRESS Amenities include gated entrance, lodge &
lines. tion. Rent includes stove, Guaranteed Accts. Multi Billion $ Industry. (800)441-4953 www.heartlandexpress.com. riverside BBQ. Excellent financing available
refrigerator, y Call for more info or to schedule tour.
QUALIFICATIONS: Two sewer, garbage. Everyth- Unlimited Profit Potential. Free Info. 24/7
year degree from col- ing new. Sorry no pets or (800)729-4212. TRAVEL THE USA FOR PAY! Use (877)890-5253 x 3484 www.seeriverhighland
lege or university; must HUD. 850-638-3306. your pick up truck to deliver "new" RV's snc.com. Offer void where prohibited by law.
have pr be willing to ob- For rent Cars for Sale nationwide. Motorhomes too! Get paid to see
SStial. 1-3 months related Sleepy Hollow the country, www.horizontransport.com. LOG CABIN & 1 Acre Lake Access with
experience and/or train- Apartments -abg FREE Boat Slips only $69,900. Own the
2ing; or equivalent coB- 2R/1BA, water, garbage $500 POLICE IMPOUNDS Cars from
-& lawn care included. $500! Tax Repos, US Marshall and IRS Homes For Rent dram! New 2,128 sflog cabin package a
4130 Employment and experience. ep sales! Cars, Trucks, SUV's, Toyotas,spectacular 160,000 acre recreational lake!
Information 638-7128 Honda's, Chevy's, more! For Listings Call 3BR/2BA Foreclosure! $32,100! Only Pavedroad, u/g utilities, excellent financing.
Current driver's license mracelsnd Manor Apart- (800)425-1730 x2384. $238/Mo! 5% down 20 years @ 8% apr. Call now (800)704-3154, x1712.
insurance coverage, on 1, 2, and 3 bedrooms. Buy, 4/BR $421/Mo! For listings (800)366- Steel
4100 Must comply, with Handicapped and Employment Services 9783 Ext 5798. Steel Buildings
Art/Entertainment/Media health and background non-handicapped accessi-
screening. ble apartments. 850 BUILDINGS FOR SALE! "Rock Bottom
Reporter/ -263-4464, TDD/TTY 711. BODYGUARDS COUNTER ASSAULT Homes For Sale Prices!" 25x30 Now $4100. 25x40 $5400.
hReporter Applications and copy 5445 Brown Street, TEAMS Needed/USA AND OVERSEAS 30x40 $6400. 35x50 $8790. 35x70 $11,990.
Photographer ofjobd escriptionmay Graceville, FL Equal $119 $220K year. Bodyguards $250 Greenville, SC Own a Beautiful, New 3BD/ 40x80$14,900.Others.MANUFACTURER
Washington County Tri-County Community $750 a day 18 or older. (615)885-8960 or 2BAHome for only 5% down & Owner Will DIRECT since 1980 (800)668-5422
News & Holmes County Council, office and sub- Townhouse Apt for rent- (615)942-6978 ext 300. www.international Finance. Monthly pmts. From $695.00 Call
Times-Advertiser, a divi- mitted by Monday, Jan- 2BR/1.5BA. Chipley. (6(888)579-0275
sion of Florida Freedom uary 28, 2008, at 4:30 $595/mth. 638-1918. executives.net. (888)579-0275.

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reporter/photographer. Sharon Kent Adminis- hour or $57K/yr. Incl. Fed. Ben, OT. Offer $10,000! 1-3 bedroom available! Repos, A 4
benefits. 547-3689. 2BR/1BA Remodeled placed by Exam Services, not aff w/USPS REOs, HUD, FHA, etc. These homes must
tCountry Home, 1,500 sq. which does hiring. Call (866)713-4492. sell. For listings call (800)425-1620 Ext ADVERTISING NETWOR RIDA
Send resume to: Editor, Successful applicant ft., approximately 5 miles Fee Req. 4237.
Washington County will be subject to East of McDonalds in ___
News pre-employment drug Chipley. Stove, dish- Lan C lassified IDisplay I
1364 N. Railroad Ave. test. washer, fridge, blinds, and Equipment For Sale Land For Saleas
32428 ceiling fans. Front and___
Or email to: O alif i ed con- la carenchlude. eants SAWMILLS from only $2,990.00-- VIRGINIA MOUNTAINS Log cabin
afelsberg@ ered. negotiable. Application re- Convert your LOGS TO VALUABLE shell on 2 private acres near very wide trout
chipleypaper.com quired. SMOKE FREE EN- LUMBER with your own Norwood stream in Galax area and new River State
No phone calls EMPLOYER AND Plus $695 deposit portable band sawmill. Log skidders also Park, $139,500 owner (866)789-8535. Week of Jan. 21-27, 2008
Drug Free Workplace. DRUG AND SMOKE 850-638-4228 or available. www.norwoodsawmills.com/
EOE FREE WORKPLACE. 850-528-8854.

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