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In The News


Chipley celebrates
Black History Month
Roulhac Middle School
joins others throughout the
country in celebrating Black
History Month.
Story, Page 3


Jay Felsberg .1,-,r 9,ig -J,.3:.r
Chief Kevin Crews stands in front of a house on Forrest Avenue in Chipley that he announced was
sold twice, leading to the arrest of a Marianna man.



Man under 'house arrest'

Chipley PD charges Marianna man for selling home twice


Jay FelsDerg I.lariaaIri-, L.:ii-.r
Reports delivered to
Chipley City Council
Washington County
Chamber of Commerce
Executive Director Ted
Everett, above, and Police
Chief Kevin Crews delivered
reports to the Chipley City
Council on Thursday night.
Story, Page 2







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JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afelsberg@chipleypaper.com
CHIPLEY A Marianna man
has been charged with scheme to
defraud, a second-degree felony.
Chipley Police Chief Kevin Crews
announced the charges against
William Ealy Bell Wednesday
morning.
"We received complaints from
three other counties that someone
moving houses was selling them to


more than one customer," Crews
said. Bell is owner of JFK Moving,
which is well known throughout
the area for its spray-painted signs
next to houses being moved.
"We had an undercover officer
make contact with Bell at a local
restaurant Tuesday evening, arid
the officer bought a house for
$21,000," Crews said. A contract
was signed and the money paid to
Bell.
The only problem was that the
house on Forrest Avenue in Chip-


ley had already been sold to
another customer for $20,000,
Crews said.
"What Bell does is obtain these
houses and sell them, and offer to
move them for a customer. There
are two of these houses in Chip-
ley." The other house is on State
77 near Washington Square Mall.
Investigation continues into the
case, Crews said.
If anyone has information about
similar cases, call Chipley Police
Department at 638-6310.


Trio of

sex, drug

offenders

sentenced

JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afelsberg@chipleypaper.com
CHIPLEY Washington
County Sheriff's Office
announced three sentences
this week, two on drug
charges
and one as
a sex
offender.
Do glas
Stricklen,.
39, a long-
time drug
from the
Caryville Mark Douglas
a r e a Stricklen.
according
to Washington County Sher-
iff Bobby Haddock, was sen-
tenced to 15 years with the
Department of Corrections,
as well as a $50,000 fine
based on a
minimum




w- ads
man d a -
tory
guideline

ber, 2007
arrest on
d dru g
charges.
Daniel Aaron A 1 s o
Taylor. sentenced
w a s
Daniel
Aaron Taylor, 22, from the
Caryville area.
Taylor was sentenced to
See SENTENCES, page 2


New DMH ribbon cutting held in Bonifay


JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afelsberg@chipleypaper.com
BONIFAY It was a
year ago on Valentine's
Day that the ground-
breaking was held for the
new Doctor's Memorial
Hospital. Exactly a year
later, the ribbon cutting
was held for the new
hospital.
The new DMH will
replace the current, 49-
year-old facility in
downtown Bonifay.
DMH management
staff and employees held
a ribbon cutting cere-
mony on Thursday, Feb.
14 for the new hospital on
Thomas Drive in Bonifay.
Following the ceremony,
'guided tours were held
of the new $17 million
facility.
CEO and administra-
tor Robert Winkler wel-
comed the crowd. Brenda
Blitch, chairperson of the
Holmes County Hospital
Corporation, Holmes
County Chamber of
Commerce Executive
Director Jim Brook and


Jay Felsberg / Managing Editor
DMH management staff and employees held a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Thursday.


Dr. Herbert E. Brooks,
hospital chief of staff,
made comments.
Winkler gave former
HCHS Chairman Bo
Bowen credit for pushing
for purchase of the land.
"He had the vision to put
this wonderful medical
facility here," Winkler said.
Thursday's ceremony
marked the end of the
more than nine-month
construction of the new
25-bed critical access
facility located at the
southeast corner of 1-10


and State 79.
The new hospital will
house new state of the art
medical equipment typi-
cally found in larger,
regional facilities, accord-
ing to a news release.
"It's a credit to the
work and dedication put
into making Holmes
County a better place to
live," Brook said.
Doctors Memorial
Hospital provides both
inpatient and outpatient
services, but will now pro-
vide them in a new facility


that replaces one built
in. Outpatient 'services
include a 24-hour emer-
gency service department,
physical, occupational,
and speech therapies, lab-
oratory and cardiopul-
monary services, as well
as radiology services,
including CT and MRI
imaging capabilities.
The new facility is dou-
ble in size over the exist-
ing facility with a total
area of 50,000 square
feet.
The staff will include


more than 130 employees,
including 10 or more new
positions.
Annual payroll for the
facility is $4 million and
the estimated local eco-
nomic impact of construc-
tion is more than $7 million,
with 63 percent of the
employees living in
Holmes County.
The new facility is
expected to begin full
operation in early March
following state inspec-
tions and licensing
procedures.


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2 Saturday, February 16, 2008 Washington County News


Council hears good news from police chief


JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afelsberg@chipleypaper.com
CHIPLEY Drug
arrests by Chipley Police
Department were up in
2007, and burglary inci-
dents were way down.
That was the news
presented by Chief Kevin
Crews at the regular
monthly meeting of
Chipley City Council
Thursday night at City
Hall.
"It's the result of aggres-
sive police work," Crews
said. "It's following up on
citizen tips, it's keeping up
on drug dealers, and it's
having the blue lights
checking vehicles."
Figures from 2004-07
show a strong effort to
make drug cases, Crews
told Council. "When I
came onboard that was a
major priority," the chief
said.
Figures are as follows:
2004: 84 drug cases, 24
burglaries.
2005: 111 drug cases,
32 burglaries.
2006: 114 drug cases,
48 burglaries.
0 2007: 121 drug cases,
20 burglaries.
Crews said the major
drug problems within City
limits were crack cocaine,
cocaine and marijuana.
"There may be a metham-
phetamine problem in the
outlying areas, but it isn't a
major problem inside City
limits. Our drug of choice
so to speak is crack
cocaine."
Crews said the. major
meth problem in the City
ended when the Chipley
Motel was seized as part of
a plea-bargaining agree-
ment. The motel is being
demolished this week using
funds supplied by the Com-
munity Redevelopment
Agency, and the property.
will be sold in the future.


Chipley Chief of Police Kevin Crews delivers his report to City Council on Thursday night.


The 12-officer depart-
ment boasts a 78 percent
clearance rate for criminal
cases, Crews said.
The department has lost
just two drug cases taken to
trial in the last four years.
"I don't have a problem
crowing about these num-
bers," Crews said.
"That's what we want,"
said Mayor Pro Tem Karen
Rustin.
In other police news,
Council approved final
terms for a loan to pur-
chase two new Ford Crown
Victoria police cruisers for
$42,974.
Council also heard from
Washington County Cham-
ber of Commerce Execu-
tive Director Ted Everett.
Everett reported.' that
papers approving a $2 mil-
lion grant for the rail spur
and related work at the
Chipley Industrial Park for
"Project Pipe" await Gov.
Charlie, Crist's signature.
Everett said other grants
should cover necessary
road work and other proj-
ects, and that the owners of
"Project Pipe" should pur-


Jay I-elsberg / Managing
Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Ted Everett gives his report to
Chipley City Council.


chase the remaining 70
acres of land in the park.
The name of the parent
company of "Project Pipe"
is being kept secret due to
the intensely competitive
process of industrial
recruiting, Everett said.
Everett also reported
that a company that had
shown interest in locating
in Chipley in the past has
renewed its interest now


that water and sewer are
being run to the industrial
park.
The company is looking
at a 100,000-square-foot
facility with 32-foot-tall
ceilings for warehousing
and manufacturing.
The facility would be
built by a contractor and
the company would sign a
lease-to-purchase 'agree-
ment.


Everett said that if the
project is completed the
company would need to
expand to 120-130,000
square feet and up to 325
employees on a three-shift
rotation within a year.
Everett also reported on
work funded by the Com-
munity Redevelopment
Agency.
The Church Street
paving project is complete,


Jay Felsberg / Managing Editor

and 15 University of
Florida students will soon
begin a study on downtown
revitalization and turn in a
report to the CRA. The
project is totally grant
funded.
Everett said there have
been inquiries into the
vacant Mongoven building
on South Railroad Avenue
and whether CRA was inter-
ested in that as a project.
Everett said that stan-
dard loan terms are avail-
able from the CRA, and
said that keeping the his-
torical district designation
for downtown appeared to
be the right path.
In other business,
Council:
Approved a $495,440
engineering services con-
tract with Baskerville-
Donovan, Inc. for Phases
III and IV of the City's
wastewater improvement
project.
Approved payoff of a
$48,750 sewer fund loan
from the general fund.
Approved a general
. fund. loan to sewer for a
wastewater Scada system.


SENTENCES


Dothan hosts Spring Farm Day


Continued from page 1
10 years with the Department
of Corrections, as well as, a
$26,000 fine based on a
minimum mandatory guideline
for the June 2007
arrest on drug traf-
ficking charges. Taylor
will follow his sen-
tence with 10 years
probation.
"This was an exam-
ple of the success we
can achieve when nar-
cotics investigators
put in long hours and
work in partnership Roy Tui
with the State Attor-
ney's office to remove
high-volume drug dealers from
Washington County," Haddock
said.
"I cannot praise our team
enough for the job they did on
these cases. If not for their


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efforts, as well as the
dedication of Assistant State
Attorney Barbara Finch and
the State Attorney's Office to
the resolution of the
drug problem here
in our county, we
would not be report-
ing these sentences
today."
Roy Turner, 27, was
sentenced to 10 years
with the Department
S of Corrections for his
June, 2007 arrest for
ier sex offenses against a
child.
"Turner was sen-
tenced as a sex offender and
will have to follow all registra-
tion and monitoring regula-
tions following his release after
serving his sentence," Haddock
said.


DOTHAN, Ala. Artists and
craftsmen are invited to partici-
pate in an arts and crafts show at
Landmark Park on Saturday,
March 15, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.,
during the park's annual Spring
Farm Day celebration, sponsored
by CenturyTel.
Admission to Spring Farm Day
is $8 for adults, $6 for seniors, $4
for children, and free for park
members.
Landmark Park is on U.S. 431,
three miles north of Dothan's
Ross Clark Circle.
There will be demonstrations of
many rural skills and traditions
such as plowing with mules, black-
smithing, sheep shearing, weav-
ing, quilting, and more. Music,
concessions and children's activi-
ties also will be held.
Work may be in any medium,


The park serves
as 'Alabama's
Official Museum of
Agriculture" and
includes an 1890s
living history
farmstead, a "cross-
roads community"'
with turn-of-the-
century buildings.


but must be the original work and
design of the artist. Purchased,
manufactured or kit items will not
be allowed. Booth fees are $40 for
a 12' x 12' outside space and $60
for a 12' x 12' inside space.
Landmark Park is a 100-acre


outdoor museum on the outskirts
of Dothan, dedicated to preserv-
ing our cultural and natural
heritage.
The park serves as "Alabama's
Official Museum of Agriculture"
and includes an 1890s living his-
tory farmstead, a "crossroads
community" with turn-of-the-cen-
tury buildings such as a church,
one-room school, general store
and drugstore.
In addition, the park includes
nature trails, wildlife exhibits, an
elevated boardwalk and planetar-
ium.
Reservation deadline is
March 7.
Reservations can be made in
person at Landmark Park, by mail
or fax. All applications are subject
to approval by the Spring Farm
Day committee.


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Roulhac MS holds Black History program


'CHIPLEY Roulhac
Middle School held its
Black History Month.pro-
gram on Thursday, Feb. 7,
at 8 a.m. in the RMS-CHS
auditorium under the
direction of RMS teachers,
Daragh Reed-Gray and
Alicia Clemmons.
The theme for this event
was, "Carter G. Woodson
and the Origins of Multi-
culturalism: Honoring Our
Heritage, Celebrating Our
Diversity."
After the singing of the
national anthem by
Shawana Bowers, a histori-
cal overview was presented
by Reed-Gray of how
African-Americans have
sought to become "keepers
of their culture" by pre-
serving it through the art of
storytelling.
From slavery to the pres-
ent time, African-Ameri-
cans have written out of a
need to be heard.
They have written out of
a need to be understood or
just to express their feel-
ings about situations and
issues.
Some have written about
their disappointments,
while others have written
about happy times.
The African storyteller.
began communicating
thoughts and ideas as far
back as slavery.
The slaves communi-
cated their thoughts and
ideas many times through
songs.
Even during the Civil
Rights Movement African-
American "writerstory-
tellers" sang "Freedom
Songs" like, "We Shall
Overcome," "We've Come
This Far By Faith," and
"Kum Ba Yah (Come By
Here)," an African spiri-
tual from the country of
Angola which 'were ren-
dered by the RMS Choir,
accompanied on piano by


VMS to host

Black History

celebration

VERNON Vernon
Middle School will host its
Black History program on
Friday, Feb. 22, at 9 a.m. in
the Vernon Middle School
gymnasium.
Michael Grady and the
New Gulf Coast Choir
along with the VMS Cho-
rus, under the direction of
Aubrey Herndon, will be
performing.
Reginald Jones, anchor-
man for WTVY Channel 4,,
in Dothan, Ala., will be the
guest speaker.


Clemmons.
African-Americans con-
tinue to express themselves
through contemporary
gospel music selections
such as "Yesterday," per-
formed as a duet by Bow,
ers and Shaneka Kent.
RMS student Brandon
McDaniel presented his
poem entitled "Peace"
which stressed the ultimate
goal of American democ-
racy in spite of our diver-
sity.
Black storytelling has
been mastered for many
generations.
There are those who
have mastered the spoken
word and have formed and
adapted stories to reach
the hearts and minds of
listeners in many Ways. -
One such individual is
Mary Flowers of Sneads,
who skillfully captivated
the audience's attention.
with a story entitled "The
Ghost Story" and by shar-
ing her artwork (paintings)
which have been displayed
throughout the United
States.


The Roulhac Middle School Choir performed during the Black History Month program.


Submitted photo


Submitted photos
ABOVE:. Alicia Clemmons accompanied the Choir on
piano; TOP RIGHT: Mary Flowers and Alicia
Clemmons were among those involved in the Black
History Month program; BOTTOM RIGHT, A large
crowd was in attendance at Black History Month at
Roulhac Middle School.


Chipley plans Old Fashion Day


CHIPLEY Old Fashion
Day will be held on Satur-
day, Feb. 23 at the Washing-
ton County Agricultural
Centerin Chipley. It will be
.held in conjunction with the
county Youth Fair.
Youth Fair activities will
start Thursday evening with
the set-up, of exhibits and
animal activities. It will be
open for the public on Fri-
day with rabbit and dairy
shows to be held that
evening.
A spaghetti supper spon-
sored by the Washington
County Farm Bureau will be
served from 4:30-6:30 p.m.
on Feb. 22. Tickets are $6
for adults and $3 children.
Proceeds will go to 'Ag in
the Classroom" and other
youth activities.'
Old Fashion Day will
open Saturday morning with
hot biscuits baked on a wood


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Youth Fair
activities will start
Thursday evening
with the set-up of
exhibits and
animal activities.

stove, and other exciting
couitry-style activities. The
day's events will include
country contests and enter-*
tainment, as well as exhibits,
booths and an opportunity
to observe'livestock:shows.
Saturday's feature attrac-
tions will be an antique trac-
tor display. Also featured
will be log sawing, cream
separating, quilting, black-
smithing and others.
Some exciting entertain-
ment has been scheduled in
the Ag Center Auditorium
as follows:


8:45 John and Peter
Erow
9:45 Kountry Folks
Cloggers
10:30 Pee Wee Johns
& the Boys.
"It will be worth your
while to come for just the
entertainment," said Farm
Bureau President Bruce
Christmas. "The day's activi-
ties will also include other
fun and old-time country
times."
Those attending can
expect to have a good
old-fashioned time.
Anyone interested in
securing booths to display
and market their crafts and
other materials, as well as
purchase tickets for the
spaghetti supper should con-
tact the Washington County
Farm Bureau, U.S. 90 in
Chipley, or call (850).
639-1756.


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dacy for sheriff of Washington County.
I have lived in Washington County for 14 years with my
wife of 23 years, Kathy, and four children, Ann, Michael Jr, '
Alan an'd Gabby. We are members of Turning Point Church .
of Chipley. I have been in the Army Reserve for 21 years and
have earned the rank of Master Sergeant. Seventeen of those
years in a leadership role. I own and operate a construction company (Southern Style Stucco)
which I have run successfully for 10 years. I have been a certified law enforcement officer for
11 years. I was with Washington County for 6 yrs and 10 mo., 3 1/2 years as a school resource
officer and DARE officer.
I bring law enforcement, business and leadership experience thus making me a multi-dimen-
sional Sheriff. After speaking with members of the community, I understand your concerns and
agree with them 100%. We need to aggressively attack the drug problem in our community. We
need to set up programs for our children, to be involved with them and to help guide them.
Deputies need to patrol the back roads as well as the main roads. All concerns and cares
need to be handled with the same respect, no matter if it's minor or major. Everyone will be
treated equally. It is time that the sheriff's department, the community and the police depart-
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Thank you.
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4 Saturday, February 16, 2008 0 Washington County News


Courtesy of Unipley 1lwanis Ulub
Chipley Key Club officers were on hand for the installation of Vernon Key Club officers at the Feb. 8 ceremony.


Chipley Kiwanis welcome Vernon Key Club


VERNON Kiwanis
Club of Chipley hosted the
rechartering of the Vernon
Key Club on Friday, Feb. 8,
with the installation of stu-
dent officers at Vernon
High Schbol.
There were 35 students
in attendance as well as
Key Club officers from
Chipley High School, and
11 members of the Kiwanis
'Club of Chipley.
The ceremony was con-
ducted by the Kiwanis Lt.
Governor, Richard Fore-
man of Panama City with
assistance from Jack Gan-
der, assistant administrator
for the 34 Key Clubs in the
Florida District, who trav-
elled from Pensacola for
the event.
Gander reminded the
new Key Club Kiwanians
that they have chosen a
commitment to community
service that can last a life-
time through membership
in local Kiwanis Clubs as
adults, or with membership


Courtesy of Chipley Kiwanis Club
Kiwanis Club of Chipley hosted the rechartering of Vernon Key Club on Friday, Feb. 8.


in the Circle I'Interna-
tional at colleges and uni-
versities in over 20 coun-
tries.
He challenged the stu-
dents and their new offi-
cers to seek opportunities
for leadership positions as


they progress in life.
Hosts from the Kiwanis
Club of Chipley were Dar-
rin Wall, president, and
Janice Owens, who will be
the primary liaison from
Chipley Kiwanis to the
Vernon Key Club.


Refreshments were pro-
vided by the Sponsored
Youth Committee of the
Kiwanis Club of Chipleyr
members Vickie Williams,
Tisha Marsceill, and Gene
Halley.
Also assisting were other
club members including
Jan Page, the Rev. David
Darrow, LaMerle Feitsma,
Laura Joiner, Chuck Yates,
and Jim Town.
The Kiwanis Club spon-
sors programs, in schools


for all age groups that
helps instill in young citi-
zens a belief in community
service.
Kiwanis Key Clubs are
for high schools, while
Kiwanis Builders Clubs are
for the middle schools, and
Kiwanis K-Kids programs
are for elementary ages.
They often sponsor Boy
Scouts, Girl Scouts and
other youth programs
through funding grants and
mentoring.
.Vernon Key Club offi-
cers are: president, Amber
Boatner; vice president,
Jessica Lancing; secretary,
Megan Crafton; treasurer,
Kristen Jackson; secretary
designate for next year,
Joshua Tracy, faculty advi-
sor Brenda Basnaw.
Officers of the Chipley
Key Club attending were:
president, Kaitlin Porter;
secretary, Caitlyn Prichard;
secretary designate, Char-
ity Newsom and faculty
advisor Jennifer Kincaid.
Kaitlin Porter gave a
short presentation about a
service project of the Chip-
ley Key Club and extended
an invitation to President
Amber Boatner for the two
'clubs to work jointly on the


Kiwanis

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meeting

CHIPLEY A special
called Kiwanis Board of
Directors meeting was held
Tuesday during the weekly
luncheon instead of having
a guest speaker.
The proceedings began
with President Darrin Wall
calling the meeting to order
and inviting all in attendance
to spend a
few minutes
greeting
and visiting
with others
present. He
then led the
Club in the
repeating
the Pledge
to the Flag,
and the Kiwanis
ev.nDat President
Rev. David Darrin Wall
D arrow, called the
accompa- meeting to
nied by order.
pianist Kim
Wilson, led in the singing of
God Bless America, gave a
prayer and introduced the
member's guests of the day.
A period of member
announcements followed
with Colin Adcock soliciting
and receiving commitments
from several members to
attend an interclub luncheon
meeting next Tuesday in
Graceville.
Jim Town reminded mem-
bers of the annual Kiwanis
Pancake Breakfast on Friday,
April 4, and announced that
for the first time this year a
free delivery service, will be
offered in addition to the
option of eating in the Kate
Smith Ele-
mentary
School cafe-
teria. Deliv-
eries within i
a five-mile
radius of
Kate Smith
will be
offered free
of extra David Solger
charge for Ofavid Solgthe
orders of ftChipley
five or more Kiwanis ClUb
breakfast urges
meals. membership
SBr uce for Greg
Christmas Hutching.
reminded
everyone that the Washington
County Youth Fair will be
held at the Chipley Ag Center
on U.S. 90, beginning Friday,
Feb. 22 and includes a $6 a
plate spaghetti supper
offered to the public from
4:30-6:30 p.m.
President Darrin Wall then
called the special Board of
Directors meetffig to order.
Membership Committee
Chair David Solger presented
the committee's recommen-
dation of Greg Hutching as a
new member. The motion
was approved and new mem-
ber orientation followed.
Pancake Breakfast Chair
Jim Town proposed that the
Club offer to give $1 for each
pancake breakfast ticket sold
by members of the Chipley
and Vernon Key Clubs,
Builders Clubs and K-Kids to
help those clubs with operat-
ing expenses. The motion was
approved.
Treasurer Jan Page reconim-
mended that the Club
approve a $25 late fee for
each of three Vernon Key
Club members who regis-
tered for the Kiwanis Key
Leadership weekend trip
scheduled soon. The motion
was approved and the meet-
ing was adjourned.


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for Homestead, Senior Citizen's,

Disability, Widow's/Widower's,

Veterans Exemptions and

Agricultural Classification

(Greenbelt).
Property owners who did not receive

Homestead Exemption in

Washington County for 2007 but
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Washington County News Saturday, February 16, 2008 0 5


2003
5 Years Ago
News stories discussed the
gas crunch, showing pictures
of signs with the price of
unleaded listed at $1.65.
Several teachers at Kate
M. Smith Elementary
showed they were good
sports by kissing an
alligator in a Relay for
Life fund-raiser.
Mildred and James
Dennis repeated their
marriage vows during a
,Valentine's ceremony held
at Holmes County
Convalescent Center.
Members of Chipley
FFA planned a May 24
trip to Atlanta to see a
Braves vs. New York Mets
baseball game.
Congressmen Allen
Boyd and Jeff Miller
attended a meeting with
area farmers at the Chuck
Wagon Restaurant in'
Chipley. Crop insurance
and its inability to cover at
least 25 percent of a
farmer's investment was
discussed.
.1998
10 Years Ago
Marie Hicks was
honored with a retirement
party at Northwest Florida
Community Hospital
where she had spent 22
years, 10 of them as a
transcriptionist in medical
records.
Chipley City Council
was seeking bids from
someone to take over the
city's sanitation work.
Chipley Woman's Club
building was placed on the
National Register of
Historic Places.


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eighth-graders who "did
their best" on the annual
FCAT test.

1978
30 Years Ago
K.P. Gilmore, former
health official and CHS
football coach, suggested
that the hospital under
construction be named
"Deermont Memorial"
after the local business
leader who took the
initiative in getting the
first hospital located in the
county.
J.C. Junior Spivey was
named "Man of he Year"
by the Tallahassee office of
BMS Insurance.
Gene Martin of Chipley
caught the winning fish in
the Panhandle
Bassmaster's tourney held
on Lake Talquin.
1968
40 Years Ago
Caryville Mayor Calvitt .
Walker was president of
the newly organized
Washington County
Chamber of Commerce. A
retired career Army
officer, he had been mayor
of Caryville since the
town's incorporation in
1964.
Artis Gilmore of


Chipley, 7-foot-2, was a
member of the winning
basketball team from
Gardner-Webb College in
Shelby, N.C.
The Greenhead/Crystal
Lake Hobby Club held its
regular meeting at the
home of Doris Sapp.
Among those attending
were Mary Dequick, Pat
Lazette, Nita Varnum and
Eula V. Gainer.

1958
50 Years Ago
Mrs. George Watts of
Panama City left Sunday
for Sanford where she
would attend a group
conference of the
Presbyterian Church. She
was accompanied by a
friend, Mrs. Anderson.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe
Hargrove and family of
Chattahoochee spent the
weekend with their
parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Hargrove and Mr.
and Mrs. F.J. Jones.
Visiting Mr. and Mrs.
B.L. Daniel on Sunday
were Mrs. Roy Bullock
and Miss Judy Bullock of
Dothan, Ala., and, Judge
and Mrs. Robert McCrary
and children of Marianna.

1953
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H.G. McClellan and
Miss Gloria Rawls
attended the Ice Follies in
Atlanta, Ga.
Violent thunder storms
and high winds raked the
West Florida area
bringing heavy rain, hail
and gusts estimated at
60 miles per hour in some
places.

1908
100 Years Ago
C.C. Carter, calling on
friends in Chipley, said the
political pot had begun to
boil in earnest.
Bryan Real Estate
Company was formed. It
was composed of W.A.
Bryan, C.B. Dunn and P.L:
Horn.
I Jordan Taylor of Pine
Log was in Chipley to pay
taxes. ',
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WAUSAU A benefit
sing and fish fry for Randall
'Truett,'EMS director, will be
held Saturday, Feb. 23
beginning at noon at the
Possum Palace in Wausau.
Among the performers
will be The Millers, New
Beginning Gospel Band,
Tabitha Arnold, Pee Wee
Johns and the Good for
Nothing Band and others.
Fish dinner plates are $5
each.
Donated items will be raf-
fled off. Raffle tickets are $2
each.
Select items will be auc-
tioned.
All proceeds go directly to
Randall Truett to help with
the extra expense incurred
during his battle with cancer.

Cottondale hosts
St. Jude benefit
COTTONDALE Wil-
low Bend South in Cotton-
dale will host the St. Jude
Children's Research Hospi-
tal Dressage and Jumping
Show benefit on Saturday
Feb. 23.
Sport horse in-hand
classes will kick off the
morning session. Dressage
tests and jumping events
including crossrails and sta-
dium jumping are sched-
uled. Fun events include cos-
tume class, musical chairs,
egg and spoon and a water
race.
Jan Gille of Rhinebeck,
N.Y., a noted high-level
judge and British Horse
Society instructor, will judge
the competition.
Proceeds go to St. Jude
Children's Research Hospi-
tal to help the fight against
childhood cancer and other
catastrophic disease. For
more information on St.
Jude Children's Hospital go
to www.stjude.org.
Volunteer coordinator,
Mary Jane Benson says
many riding slots are still
available. Vendors and con-
cessions also are needed for
this event.
Anyone interested in par-
ticipating or making a con-
tribution, contact Benson at
(850) 638-8352.

Washington County
TDC board to meet
CHIPLEY Washington
County TDC board will hold
its quarterly meeting at 10
a.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 19 in
the Washington County
'Administrative Building,
1331 S. Blvd. in Chipley.
Anyone wanting to address
the board should notify the
chairperson or staff.
For more information,


call Julia Pearsall at 1-(800)-
226-8914, ext. 231 or e-mail
her at pearsallj@wfrpc.org.
This meeting adheres to
the Americans with Disabili-
ties Act. Anyone needing
assistance can call Dorothy
McKenzie at 1-(800)-226-
8914. Requests must be
made 48 hours in advance.
The next board meeting
will be on May 20 at 10 a.m.

Shane Owens in
concert on Feb. 24
GRACEVILLE Shane
Owens will perform at an
American Cancer Society
benefit on Sunday Feb. 24,
beginning at 2 p.m. in the
Graceville Civic Center.
The benefit is dedicated
to the memory of Joe Ouel-
lette.
The $5 admission fee goes
to the charity. Everyone is
invited to attend and enjoy
the music and refreshments.
There also willbe door prizes.

Chipley has new
medical practice
CHIPLEY The Health
Clinic, 1352 South Blvd. in
Chipley will hold a ribbon
cutting ceremony on Feb.'22
at 3 p.m. Drs. Khan, Malik
and Zabib will specialize in
internal medicine in their
new practice.
The Washington County
Chamber of Commerce
invites everyone to attend
and help welcome them to
the community.

Aircraft Association
Fly-In on March 8
Emerald Coast EAA
Chapter 174'6'4 Tri-County
Aviation, LLC Southeast
Alabama EAA Chapter 351
will host the Fifth Annual
Experimental Aircraft Asso-
ciation Fly-In on March 8
from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the
Tri-County Airport on High-
way 162 in Holmes County.
Concessions" will be avail-
able. Don't forget to take
your camera. For more
information call 547-6519.

United Wrestling
group plans benefit
The United Wrestling
Alliance will be holding a
show to benefit the Vernon
Sports Complex on Saturday
Feb. 23 in the old Vernon
High School gym.
All proceeds benefit the
Vernon Sports Complex.
Admission is $7.
Those eight years and
under are free. Doors open
at 6 p.m. Bell time 7 p.m.


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No Personal Checks Ac- ceedings is made, which workshop on Thursday Proposals should include ground training system instruments of any kind in rivers
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lWNI v ion are the only other al- based." FS 286.0105 missioners' meeting room Bidswibeac- 557-1918.
1100- LegalAdvertsing ternatives accepted. As published in the Wash- located at 1331 South barn.Submit proposals in writ- ngapplicatohsforthe
111 Classified Notices As published in the Wash- ington County News Feb- Boulevard, Chipley, Flor- cepted beginning Febru- ing to Ms. Dorothy Sasser,| 3100 WatonCounty Trans-
1120 Public Notices/ ington County News Janu- ruary 16, 2008. ida, to review and to solicit ary 8,200Executve Director, Chip Wanted To Buy antiques, sGreat Be nefit Packg
Announcements ary 26, February2, Febru- public comment on the received no later than ley Housing Authority, PO collectibles, gold, silver, i age.
1130- Adoptions ary 9, February 16, 2008 proposed Economic Ele- 12:00 P.M. February 26, Box 388, Chipley, Florida dinnerware, collections, 3320 I R IREMENTS: Must
1140 Happy Ads Legal Advertisement rent for the Washington 2008, at the Ebro Town 32428. REQUIREaintinMENT:s, call A Scusthmit Must
1150 Personals I O C, FCOLinnty Comprehensive Hall, 6629 Dogtrack Road, 850-638-7304 FRUIT TREES $10.87 be 25 years of age and
1160o-Lost NOTICE OF PUBLIC Invitation to Bid Sealed Plan. The intention of this P.O. Box 10, Ebro Fl Proposals will be ac- Flowering and shade have an Operators
1170 Found HEARING FOR PUBLIC bids will be received from informational workshop is 32437 For a complete list cepted until the close of Trees also Azaleas, Gar- Driver's License with at
SCOMMENT ON GIS MAP- Pre-qualified Contractors to describe the require- of items to include in the business day on February U-=0 denias, MANY other I least 5 years driving ex-
j J II PING AND THE ECO- bythe Washington County merits of a proposed Eco- bid, contact Linda Marlow 27,2008. 3?0 Shrubs $1.87. Swanson's I perience without viola-I
I 1 ---1 NOMIC DEVELOPMENT School Board at the office nomic Element to the gen- Town Clerk at As published in the Wash- All Ways Growin' Nursery tions. Must agree to an-I
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NOTICE OF APPLICA- VELOPMENT FOR THE School District, 652 Third ments for review, and to 850-535-2842 9, 16, 2008. deep-freeze in good condi- Bonifay 850-547-2938I ground screening.
TION FOR TAX DEED WASHINGTON COUNTY Street, Chipley, FL. 32428, receive public input to be Apublishedin the Wash- tion.$125. OBO.16 bottle Tues-Sat. I I
Notice is hereby given, COMPREHENSIVE until 12:00 p.m. local time, considered as part of an ington County News Feb- wine-cellar cooler, new in DUTIES: Transport
that Robert L. Pribbenow PLAN March 7, 2008, at which Economic Element for the ruary 16, 20, 2008. box, cost over $200., sell eola Brock Nurseries riders mn to a
Trust, RL Pribbenow Trus- time and place all bids will Washington County Com- for $100, OBO. 547-5355LLC Plants, treesand pro-determined sched-'
tee the holder of the fol- Pursuant to Florida Stat- be publicly opened and prehensive Plan. All inter- Request for Proposals 1 1100 I or 373-6217 shrubs. Landscape de- I ule. Use two-way radio. s
lowing certificate, has filed utes, the West Florida Re- real aloud, for the con- ested members of the pub- '- Wanted old Refrigerator sign, landscape contract- I.Must be able to secure
said certificate for a Tax gional Planning Council struction of "New Class- ic are encouraged to at- The Chipley Housing Au- COLOR SELLS! cal50-547-5355 ing, irrigation systems. wheelchairs (will train);
Deed to be issued and the Washington rooms at Vernon Elemen- tend. thority is currently seeking Get Your Classified l 1788 White Road, Bonifay, bea team player assist-
thereon. The certificate County Board of County tarynand Bus Loop" for the proposals for services uAd inC FL 32425 (Washington I Irig other drivers when
number and year of issu- Commissions will conduct School Board of Wash- Further information is avail- from a consultant on a I COLORI. w County) (850)638-1202; ineedd enjoy working
ance, the description of a public hearing on Thurs- ington County, Florida., able by calling work for hire basis to pro- I Call now for details I |o3180 326-1500 ) 6 12 ely, isable
the property, and the day, February 28, 2008, at 850-415-5093 or mailing vide Contract Administra- I and be noticed other riders.
names in which it was as- 5:00 p.m., or as soon as Any bids received after lwaller@washingtonfl.co tion for modernization of 638-0212 b REFURBISHED COM-
sessed are as follows : possible thereafter, in the closing will be returned un- m. our Public Housing De- or PUTERS starting @ Applications may be
CERTIFICATE NO. 832 Commissioners' meeting opened. All contractors velopment FL29P038, I 547-9414 I $75.00, internet ready, / obtaineo al any ol Ihe
YEAR OF ISSUANCE 01 room located at 1331 for educational facilities Pursuant to the provisions Chipley Florida-The work L - --- --- trade-ins welcome, AFTER -." . Tr-.County Community
DESCRIPTION OF PROP- South Boulevard, Chipley, are hereby notified thatto of the Americans within Dis- consists of Kitchen cabi- 6PM ONLY, serving the Council lnc. offices and
ERTY: Parcel # Florida, to review and to be eligible to bid on abilities Act, any person nets replacements of F public over 12 years. I submitted by Monday. I
00-4151-0143 solicit public comment on school projects they must requiring special accom- eighty eight (88) units '"After Hours COMPUT- February 18 at .1-30
Lot B-143, First Addition to the proposed GIS Mapp- be pre-qualified. Contact modations to participate in consisting of five (5) effi- I 150 ERS" (850)547-0088 1 p.m. For Inlormation
Leisure Lake, a subdivi- ing and Economic Devel- the Board at the above ad- these meetings are asked client, twenty eight (28) call Siaron Ken[. Ad-
sion according to the Plat opment Element for the dress for information on to advise the County at one bedrooms, twenty five ieCNA/HHA, seeking pa-ds or co- -mnstrat Manager. I
thereof, as recorded in Washington County Com- pre-qualified. (850) 638-6200 at least 48 (25) two bedrooms, panion in your home part ca--n d rWanred I
Plat Book 3, Pages 179 of prehensive Plan. The in- hours before the meeting. twenty four (24) 3 bed- paio i your home part 3220 4100 Help W3nlod I
the Public Records of tention of this public hear- Documents may be se- "If any person decides to rooms and six (6) four Nantime hours85-638-8334,flexible. B&B Furniture 1342 ntrmloyment Successful applicant
Washington County, Flor- ing is to describe the re- cured from STOA Archi- appeal any decision made bedrooms. Renovation will cy North RR Avenue, Chip- pwill bem slbjecnt do
ida. quirements of a proposed tects, 1,21 E. Government by the board, agency, or be done in phases and l---e-.. ly. We pay cash for i pre-employment drug
NAME IN WHICH AS- Economic Element to the Street, Pensacola, Florida commission, with respect the following will be re- '-. clean, quality furniture. te-. |
SESSED : Douglas J. general .public, provide 32502, upon making a de- to any matter considered quired; 850-557-0211 or 4100
Moore & Connie J Moore documents for review, and posit of $200.00 per set at such meeting or hear- 850-415-6866. Ask for I Only qualified appi- I
Said property being in the to receive public input to Deposit will be refunded ing, he or she will need a 1. Complete set of Con- . Pasco or Carolyn Art/Entertainment/Medial cants will. be consid-
county of Washington, be considered as part of a provided that plans and record of the proceedings, struction Documents., o ered.
State of Florida. Unless GIS Map and an Economic specifications are returned and that,for such pur- Ethan Allen China Cabi- Reporter/
such certificated shall be Development Element for in good order to the archi- poses, he or she may A. Architectural drawings net, trundle bed, floor hEU. OUNITY
redeemed according to the Washington County tect within seven (7) days need to ensure that a ver- of each kitchen type, exist- lamp, Kitchen Aid with Photographer |EMPLOYER AND |
the law, the property de- Comprehensive Plan. after bid date and, further, batim record of the pro- ing and revised. ,PS ANIMALS attachments. Call for DRUG AND SMOKE,
scribed shall be sold to provided that the contrac- ceedings is made, which B. Specifications of ac- 2100Pets a p p o i n t m e n t Washington County FREE WORKPLACE.
the highest bidder at the The purpose of the Public tor submit a bona fide record includes the testi- ceptable construction 2110 Pets: Free to 850-535-6256 News & Holmes CountyL--
courthouse door on Feb- Hearing is to receive corn- bid. mony and evidence upon methods. Good Home Times-Advertiser, a divi-.
ruary 26, 2008 at 10:00 ments and make decisions which the appeal is C. Specifications of ac- 2120- Pet Supplies Furniture & Mattresses sion of Florida Freedom Educational
AM regarding the above mat- Bids shall be submitted on based." FS 286.0105 ceptable materials and/or 2130 Farm Animals/ Low, low, low overhead Newspapers, is seeking
Dated this 23 day of Janu- ter. All interested mem- the form supplied by the As published in the Wash- products. Supplies guarantees low, low, low a general assignment Wanted; Preschool
ary, 2008 bers of the public are en- Architect. Each bid must ington County News Feb- D. Product and product 2140 Pets/Livestock prices. P&S Discount Fur- reporter/photographer. Teacher. Experience pre-
LINDA HAYES COOK courage to attend. Pub- be accompanied by a Bid ruary 16, 2008. data review for compli- Wanted nature, Chipley. (Since Excellent company ferret. Apply in person at
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT lic hearings may be contin- Bond in the amount of 5% ance. ,1973) 850-638-4311 benefits. Academy of Learning and
COURT ued from time to time as of the base bid as guaran- Public Auction Development, Hwy 90,
WASHINGTON COUNTY, may be necessary, tee that the successful bid- 2. Construction Contract 2100 Send resume to: Editor, Chipley 638-4433.
FLORIDA der will enter into a written The following vehicles) Documents. Washington County
BY: J C Rogers, Deputy The amendments will be contract with the owner will be sold at auction on 2 Male Shlh-tzu puppies I 3230 News
Clerk accomplished by adoption and furnish a 100% February 26TH, 2008 at A. Bid forms. AKC approved. Born Moving Sale! Inside 1364 N. Railroad Ave. Paramedic/Fire
WARNING: of Ordinances set forth by "Performance Bond" and a 8:00AM at Brock Auto B. Agreement Forms. Christmas day, ready for house at 1292 Church St, 32428 Fighter
THERE ARE UNPAID title as follows: 100% "Labor and Material Body &Towing, 1135 Main C. All applicable HUD Valentine's. $300 each. Sat, Feb 16, 8am to 2pm Must be a high school
TAXES ON PROPERTY Payment Bond" satisfac- Street, Chipley, Florida forms. 850-638-9907 Furniture, linens, piano, Or email to: graduate or equivalent
WHICH YOU OWN IN Further information is avail- tory to the owner. 32428. D. Review of all forms for kitchen items, pictures, afelsberg@ and have some experi-
WHICH YOU HAVE LE- able by calling 1988 FORD VIN compliance. AKC Mastiff puppies! 4 books. 638-7934 chipleypaper.com ence beyond obtaining
GAL INTEREST. THE 850-415-5093 or mailing The owner reserves the #1FTEX14NIJKA78855 E. Presence during bid left, vet checked, shots, the required certifica-
PROPERTY WILL BE lwaller@washingtonfl.co right to waive informalities 16 FOOT FLAT BED 'opening and contract w o r m e d YardSale-Fri. &Sat. 557 No phone calls tions for the position.
SOLD AT PUBLIC AUC- m. in bidding and reject any TRAILER VIN award. $1000.850-768-1146 Davis St. Some furniture, Drug Free Workplace. Must be certified as a
TION ON February 26, and all bids. UNKNOWN. baby stuff. Come by and EOE Paramedic by the FL
2008 UNLESS THE BACK Pursuant to the provisions As published in the 3. Observation, During FREE to good home, 2yr Visit. 7:00-Until. Department of
TAXES ARE PAID. TO of the Americans with Dis- By Calvin Stevenson, Su- Washington County News Construction old male Weimaraner, -- - --------- Health-Bureau of Emer-
MAKE ARRANGEMENTS abilities Act, any person perintendent of Schools. February 16, 2008. AKC reg., very friendly. Automotive agency Medical Ser-
FOR PAYMENT OR TO requiring special, accom- As published in the A. Semi-monthly Site Call 850-638-2145 or, vices. Certification in
RECEIVE FURTHER IN- modations to participate in Washington County News Public Auction visits. 850-260-2236 3300 1I Local dealer I ire Fighting Standards.
FORMATION, CONTACT these meetings are asked February 16, 20, 23, 27, B. Written progress re- 1999 EZ-GO golf-cart, I expanding in Holmes I Certification in CPR and
THE CLERK OF COURT to advise the County at 2008. The following vehicles will ports. Pure Bred Beagle Pup- very good condition. I and Washington county I A.C. L.S. by the Ameri-
IMMEDIATELY AT RO, (850) 638-6200 at least 48 be sold at public auction at C. Pay request and/or ap- pies just in time for $1,700.535-4121 communities Seeking can Red Cross, EVOC,
BOX 647 OR 1293 JACK- hours before the meeting. NOTICE OF WORKSHOP Nichols Auto Repair and proval. Valentine's Day. Reduced responsible, exper. valid Florida driver li-
SON AVE., SUITE 101, "If any person decides to FOR PUBLIC COMMENT Towing @ 1146 Jackson D, Preparation and review to $100.. Health Certifi- Catfish I enced salesman. CallI .cense. Starting Salary
CHIPLEY, FLORIDA appeal any decision made ON DEVELOPMENT OF Ave., Chipley, FL., 32428, of all required Close-out cates and shots. Call any- I Shaun 850-785-4372 or $30,688.97/yr.
32428, OR TELEPHONE by the board, agency, or AN ECONOMIC ELEMENT @ 8:00AM on the following Documents. time 850-547-1869 You catch catfish, $1.50 850-260-4001 for Inter- I Submit Jackson County
.(850) 638-6008 EXT 232. commission, with respect FOR THE WASHINGTON dates; v pound. Gilbert Catfish view. employmentapplication
AMOUNT TO REDEEM to any matter considered COUNTY COMPREHEN- 02/29/08 The Housing Authority will Pond, located @ 2845 ----- -- to the Human Re-
FOR January $ 5,273.14 at such meeting or hear- SIVE PLAN 95 Cadillaic 4DR Brown accept an option for addi- Highview Circle, Chipley, t sources Dept., 2864
IN U.S. CURRENCY ing, he or she will need a V I N tional quantities of work or Florida. Phone: Avon Rpr nt Madison St., Marianna,
ONLY record of the proceedings, The West Florida Regional #1G6KD52B2SU209716 performance, periods 2110 850-638-86.33. tives needed in Boni- FL 32448. PH (850)
AMOUNT TO REDEEM and that for such pur- Planning Council and the As published in the deemed applicable to the Free to Good Home- Lab Fish for sale fora toc.,ng ray, Chipley, 482-9633
FOR February $ 5,349.50 poses, he or she may Washington County Plann- Washington County News phases of our ongoing mix dogs, 10 mths old. your pd r lateor p Graceville, Wausau, www.acksnountyhr.o
IN U.S. CURRENCY need to ensure that a ver- February 16, 2008. modernization program. 263-4341.' pernoe, blue.,iI s.ell Vernon, Caryville, rg Deadlineto, apply is
cracker crarnei crfi-h. Ponce de Leon. Ask 02-25-08.
mosquito-fishand Florida about mini-kit. Drug-Free
largemouth bass. 850-547-1640. Dwayne Workplace/EOEN.Pref/

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Experienced mechanic Other New studio apartments For Rent 3BR/1BA, MP Enterprises Land
needed full time. Call for rent include water, CH&A. 11811stAve. $595 Sale and Finance. 5 acres
334-684-3646 or Fax re- Mystery Shoppers, get sewer, garbage pickup a month. No pets. HUD or more for houses only,
sume 334-684-3713. paid to shop! Retail/dining I and electricity. Backyard is accepted. 638-1918 wooded & pasture. 3 mi-
establishments need un- available to BBQ with fam- For Rent 3BR/2BA on 8th les South of Chipley.
Hardee's Franchise derercover clients to judge "E~ ily and friends. Call Fairway, Dogwood Lakes. Highway 77, Gainer Rd.,
owned by Geneva En- quality customer service. 6100- Business/ 850-547-3530 and $650. month, 1st, last Beautiful large home Houston Rd., Beadie Rd.,
terprises, LLC is look- Earn up to $150. a day. Commercial 850-547-5244 month security deposit. built in 1906 in downtown Buddy Rd., (4) five acres
ing for experienced shift Call (888)-523-1013. 6110 Apartments Available February 15th Bonifay. Recently used as(4) five acres
leaders for the following 6120 Beach RentalsA1yas (5) eight ac-
store locations: Ge- Retail 6130 Condo/Townhouse Townhouse Apt for rent- possible purchase option, gift shop/restaurant. 3 br 2 (8)res. Owner financing or
neva, Cottondale, Chip- 6140 House Rentals 2BR/1 .bBA. Chipley. 850-547-5044 ba Must seel Call Harry at cash. Low down payment,
ley and Youngstown. Cashier-Jerkins, Inc. is61601- Roomsmater Rented $595/mth. 638-1918. 850-373-7974 or 850-547- low monthly payments.
There are competitive seeking friendly, reliable 6170 Mobile Home/Lot: 9013. Priced to sell at Call Milton Peel for infor-
benefits and salary and trustworthy individual 6180 Out-of-Town Rentals 6170 $160,000.00. nation 850-638-1858
based on experience, to greet and communicate 6190 -Timeshare Rentals 1 3R/28A CH/A, i8 the8
For more information well with the public while 62Q0 vacation Rentals | 4 c3BR/2BA, CHA ih ther ,
call Kathy Holt at (850 performing duties as cash- 1 E 1i- country. $550.00 per New Construction 10
547-9007. ier. Requirements are a E Bethlehem 2BR/1BA, month. NO PETS. Leave new homes starting at
high school diploma, "TR"""-" Hud approved, water, gar- message, 638-7130. $119,900. 258-5941. | 7160
Sales computer and calculator 6100 bage, sewage. $450. Mobile Home for rent. 5 AC., high and dry on
skills a must. Experience month with $200. deposit. 2BR/2BA. On Pioneer Rd, 5 Gilbert Mill Rd. S of
ALES preferred. Work week is -- 850-547-5195 4 miles East of Vernon. Che Has old mobile
SALES. Monday-Saturday. Apply Executive Office '1 80or |5 5Chopley Has old mobile
POSITION at Jerkins or e-mail resume space for lease on I 850-638-7315 or 7150 home deep well large
to Janis@jerkinsinc.com. I Brickyard Rd. Great Publisher's 850-527-4467. 8.33 Acres with 32x52 ees.PRICE REDUCED to
We are looking for a surveying location across from Notice Mobile Homes for rent in 3BR/2BA modular home. $45,000. 638-8570
motivated sales execu- Snelgrove Surveying & Chipley High School. Cottondale on Sapp Road, 1 year old. Call
tive for advertising Mapping Inc., currently 638-7700 A real estateadvertisingin 8 miles east of Chipley. 850-547-4874 2000 24x52 3BR/2BA
sales. If youpossessa taking applications for all www.chipleyofficefor I this newspaper is subjectto 3BR/2BA and 2BR/2BA w/fireplace. $28,900. No
strong sales aptitude surveying positions. lease.com the Fair Housing Act which available. Total electric. land/home packages. Call
excellentsales and cu Contact us at: ------- makes it illegal to advertise (850)258-4868; 209-8847 FOR SALE BY OWNER Brad 763-7780.
tomer service skills and 850-526-3991 "any preference, limitation or www.charloscountryliv- *Homesites near Shell
tomer service skills and discrimination based on Landing, $22,900 each,
have basic computer Trades Executive Office Space race, color, religion, sex, ing.com owner financing. 200232x804BR/2BA
knowledge, this could for rent downtown Chip- handicap, familial status or The Park at 2350 w/game room, plywood
be the job for you. We Want An Opportunity ley. 638-1918 national origin, or an inten- 3BR/1BA $425 *4.51 acres W/F Home- floors. Set-up included.
offer a strong commi- with a growing company, tion, to make any such pref- in Crystal Village, $44,900. No land/home
sion plan, mileage reim- Want to work hard and be erence, limitation or dis- 3BR/2BA $450 sites in Crystal Village $44,900. No land/home
bursemeon plan, mileage reim- antto work hard and be crimination" Familial status 547-3746 $39,900 each, owner fi- packages. Call Brad
bursement and re- rewarded for it? Reed For Rent. Chpley E .. I . ar a ,-nr, ,-----. nancing. 850-763-7780.
sources that will lead Concrete and Construc- ,uO.' eOTe 90 ,I :-,,,-,,,r,,,ncing.
you to become a suc- ton, Inc., in Bonifay would 21 6 ,,,e a ,.: ar *Porter Properties of 2003 28x52 3BR/2BA
cessful sales leader on like to talk with you. Ca 40.60-38"13 .:,r,. .:h. ,r ro.'er, America Inc.. RO. Box $34,900. Call Brad
our team. 850-547-5767 n,. .. e,' a . 0r, 1155 Chipley, Fl 32428 or 763-7780. No land/home
Weoercompetitivewspaper nocall 850-849-2637. packages.
We offer a competitive This newspaper will not
benefit package includ- WA TDknowingly accept any adver-
ing medical, dental, vi- tising ordeal estate which is Four properties for sale
sion, and life insurance, o in violation of the law. Our REAL ESTATE FOR SALE in Jacob Florida close to
401(k) plan, vacation Sales 11 readers are hereby informed Chipley, Cottondale and
and sick leave, and six that all dwellings advertised 7100 Homes Campellton. All are high
paid holidays per year. Life Agent ALL LARGE in this newspaper are availa- 7110 Beach Home/ and dry, no wetlands.
Exp'd licensed Lfe & APARTMENTS-1BR, ble on a equal opportunity Property
Apply to: Health Agicent. Beg ng $450 S/D $200 2BR $500 basis. To complain of dis- 7120'- Commercial Recent survey. Mobile
Apply to: Health Agent. Beginning crimination call HUD toll-free 7130 Condo/Townhouse homes are okay. Some
Blind Box 2771 $2,000 mo+comm. &bo- S/D $250 3BD/1BA $650 at 1-800-669-9777. The 7140 Farms & Ranches cleared. 1 acre, $9,000.00.
c/o The News Herald, R nuses, Insurance&401K. S/D $350. Downtown toll-free number for the hear- 7150 Lots and Acreage Two available, 4.37 acres,
O. Box 1940 Pd holidays, sick/personal Chipley, convenient loca- ing impaired is 7160 Mobile Homes/Lots $19,999.00. Two available.
Panama City, FL & vacation tion. Rent includes stove, 1-800-927-9275. 7170- Waterfrot All four lots can be
32402 inmrantham() refrigerator, city water, 7180o- Investment
32402 imgranthama so.ewer, garbage. Everyth- Property purchased separately or
granthamagencyinc.com snewer, Sogarbageno. Everythor 7190- Out-of-own together. All offers
EOE Fax 873-9959 ng new. Sorry no pet or Real Estate considered. Tri-County .
Drug-free Workplace WeblD#33976825 HUD. 850-.638-3306,. oiin 7200 TImeshare Realty 850-541-1099


2002 Chevrolet 1500 HD
4-DR 4x4. 188,000 miles.
$7900. Call
334-726-4967.

2002 Chevy Avalanche,
119,903 miles, sealed bid
vehicle, pick up bid form
from Community South
Credit Union, 1044 Hwy
90 East, Chipley, bid clos-
ing date: Feb 11, 2008.


8100 Antique & Collectibles For Sale 2006 Ford F 150
8110- lyCars XLT V8, loaded, 12,300
8120 Sports Utility Vehicles
8130 -Trucks miles. Phone
8140 Vans 850-547-3807 If not
8150 Commercial available leave message
8160 Motorcycles
8170 Auto Parts
& Accessories
8210 Boats T
8220 Personal Watercraft
8230 Sailboats | 8160
8240 Boat & Marine
Supplies
8310 Aircraft/Aviation For Sale: 2006 Suzuki
8320 -ATV/OffRoad Vehicles GSX R600, 3,190 miles,
8330 Campers & Trailers blue & white w/helmet.
8340 Motorhomes Asking $6,900. Call Steve
850-547-3378 Cell
850-258-0778

2006 Nissan Maxima,
30k miles, pearl-white, 8170 '
tinted windows, moon-
roof, anti-theft, loaded
$18,000. Excellent condi- We sell engines and
tion. Please call transmissions with war-
850-638-2145 or ranty. Located in Chipley.
850-260-2236 Call Ricky 850-638-9136


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Cars for Sale

$500 POLICE IMPOUNDS Cars from
$500! Tax Repos, US Marshall and IRS
sales! Cars, Trucks, SUV's, Toyota's,
Honda's, Chevy's, more! For Listings Call
(800)706-1743 x2486.


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Equipment For Sale

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Homes For Rent

5bd 2ba 'Home only $425/mo! 3bd 2ba
Home only $199/mo! More 1-4bd Homes
Available! For Listings (800)482-9419.

Foreclosure! 3BR/2BA $23,300! Only $199/
Mo! 5% down 20 years @ 8% apr. Buy,
4/BR $477/Mo! For listings (800)366-9783
Ext 5798.

HUD HOMES! 7BR $199/mo! 2/BR
Foreclosure! $246/mo! Stop Renting! 5%
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Homes For Sale

Greenville, SC Own a Beautiful, New 3BD/
2BA Home for only 5% down & Owner Will
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BANK FORECLOSURES! Homes from
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sell. For listings call (800)706-1746 Ext
4731.

Foreclosures! Buy 1-4bd Homes from $199/
mo Financing Refs Available! 5%dn, 20yrs
@ 8%apr! For Listings & info (800)482-
9419.

Bank Repos! 3bd 2ba Home only $35k!
4bd 2.5ba Home only $50k! Payments
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ABank Repo! 7/BR $12,900! 3/BR $11,000!
Homes from $199/Mo! 5% down 20 years
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Land For Sale


NC MOUNTAINS 2 acres with great view,
very private, big trees, waterfalls & large
public lake nearby, $69,500. Call now
(866)789-8535.

COASTAL GA 1/2 acre+ $89,900. Incredible
community, water & marsh views, Year-
round temperate weather in the Golden Isles.
Enjoy boating, fishing, walking, family/
retirement living. Great financing available.
CALL (888)513-9958 Visit www.peninsula-
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Miscellaneous


DIVORCE$275-$350*COVERS children,
etc. Only one signature required! *Excludes
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ext.600. (8am-6pm) Alta Divorce, LLC.
Established 1977.


A E C&C Bookkeeping and j&j Cabinet Shop. For all Mini Storage in Chipley.
ATTEND COLLEGE ONLINE from Tax Service. Open 5 days your kitchen cabinets and All sizes for rent. We fur-
Home. *Medical, *Business, *Paralegal, a week. 8am to 5pm. Call house repair needs. Call nish the lock.
*Computers, *Criminal Justice. Job (850)638-1483 James S. Howell (850) (850)326-2399
placement assistance. Computer available. 535-2839P 2601619
Financial Aid if qualified. Call (866)858- :7jJ Uj j I
2121, www.onlineTidewaterTech.com. Engines &
Transmissions Piano Teacher:
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paying Aviation Maintenance Career. FAA engines & transmissions Mamie's Tax Service Experienced planes
approved program. Financial aid if qualified with two year warranty. "Authorized IRS E-File Pro- accepting new students
- Job placement assistance. Call Aviation Call Charlie @ vider" Instant returns and beginning March 1st. Call
Institute of Maintenance (888)349-5387. 850-547-1210 refund transfers. 1098 Or- 478-397-0350 (Bonifay)
Institute of Maintenance (888)349-5387. Headliners and Vinyl ange Hill Rd. For appoint- from 12pm to 7p.m.
Tops Mobile Unit. I do the ment call 850-638-8804
NOW AVAILABLE! 2008 POST OFFICE work at your home or
JOBS. $18-$20/HR. NO EXPERIENCE, workplace.ReasonableOv t
PAID TRAINING, FED BENEFITS, and auto carpeting. Free
VACATIONS. CALL (800)910-9941 estimates. Call anytime, Sod For Sale on the farm Do you or a loved one
TODAY! REF#FL8. ea mssa. 850) delivered or installed need assistance with eve-
638-7351 Centipede and 419 Ber- ryday tasks? A helping
Ie EP muda. West Florida Turf hand is a phone call away.
Real Estate F (850)638-4860; Light house cleaning,
6.Z7(850415-0385. Established errands/appointments,
NC MOUNTAIN HOMESITES FROM & W QUALITY TRIM 1980 light yard work, pressure
NC MOUNTAIN HOMESITES FROM J & W QUALITY TRIM washing, light home
$59,900 MINUTES TO ASHEVILLE, NC Specializing inInterior SodSodQualityyou maintenance/repairs.Ref-
Trim; Crown Molding, Sod Sod Sod Quality you erences available. Please
Enjoy sweeping mountain vistas, a mile Framing, Remodeling. can depend on. rrigated, ce0-415-5579.
of Riverfront, walking/ fitness trails, and Licensed/Insured. Free weed & pest controlled call 850-45-5579. -
more. Amenities include gated entrance Estimates.John McDon- Centipede and St. Augus- your child needex-
SI aId (850) 638-2270 tine. Delivery and installa- D oes you r child need ex-
lodge & riverside BBQ. Excellent financing tion available. 8 miles SW perienced help with tutor-
lodge financing of Chipley for easy cus- ing (all ages) or assis-
available Call for more info or to schedule Flo tomer hauling. Call any- tance with preparing for
tour. (877)890-5253 x 3484 www.seeriverhi time. Billy and Leola Brock College -SAT/ACT prep-
ghlandsnc.com. Offer void where prohibited Carpentry, pressure wash- (850) 638-1202 ration, compleatings cond
loeg, lawn care, patio &win- 326-1500 'age applications and
by law. ing, lawn care, patio & win-scholarship research. Ref-
dow re-screening, great erences available. Please
rates. (850)638-4492 R call 850-415-5579
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Steel Buildings

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