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Historic Moss Hill
Methodist Church was built
in 1857. A log school house
Methodist Mission was built
nearby and the first Methodist
ministerial assignment between
the Apalachicola River and
Pensacola was the Holmes
Valley Mission.
Vernon Historical Society,
Page 4

The Chipley Police
Department reports that two
well-known drug dealers have
been recently sentenced to
state prison for their involve-
ment in the local drug trade.

The Washington
County Sheriff's Office
announced the sentencing
of Brandon Wise, 26, from
the Vernon area and
Matthew Pate, 29, from the
Caryville area.

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Vernon axes fire chief Baxley

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Jay -elsoerg / Managing taltor

Student may

have died

from heart

Managing Editor
VERNON The Washington County Sheriff's
Office has released a preliminary report on the
possible cause of death of a Vernon Middle School
student Tuesday afternoon.
Capt. James Strickland, said that according to
witnesses, Vernon Middle School student, James
Leverette, 11, was with some other students at the
track "when he got his feet tangled and fell down."
Strickland said witnesses said the boy made no
effort to break his fall.
"The information we are getting from the wit-,
nesses is consistent," Strickland said.
Strickland also said that School Resource Offi-
cer Tina Sims was notified at 1:23 p.m. that help
was needed. Upon
arriving on scene, Inside
the school resource What is hypertrophic
officer, Tina Sims, cardiomyopathy? Page 3
found the juvenile
unconscious, called
for emergency medical services and immediately
performed CPR.
Washington County EMS, which is stationed
directly across the street from the school, arrived
on scene and administered emergency treatment.
Leverette was taken to Northwest Florida Com-
munity Hospital by EMS.
Doctors continued life-saving procedures after
arriving at NFCH and after all options were
exhausted the juvenile was pronounced dead,
according to WCSO.
The autopsy was done beginning 8:30 a.m. in
Panama City by Medical Examiner Cameron
Snider. The medical examiner's preliminary find-
ings support a cause of death from a heart condi-
tion known as hypertrophic cardiomyopathy,
according to a news release from WCSO Wednes-
day afternoon.
"These are preliminary findings only and the
final report will be released upon the ME's office
receiving toxicology results," Sheriff Bobby Had-
dock said.
"This is a tragic situation and our heart goes out
to the family and friends affected by this child's
death," Haddock said. "While we mourn as a com-
munity, we ask you to remember to keep this fam-
ily in your prayers."
This case is still under investigation by the Wash-
ington County Sheriff's Office, according to the
news release.
Ifyou want to comment on the story, or leave a favorite
story of James, or just leave a memorial, please scroll
down to the bottom of the story at www.chipleypaper.com

Managing Editor
VERNON In just 10 minutes, Vernon had
a new fire chief and two new city; council
liaisons. Vernon City Council approved firing
Fire Chief Clarence "Buddy" Baxley at. a spe-
cial called meeting Thursday night, and also
replaced Councilman John Paul Cook, Jr. as
fire department liaison with Councilman
Junior McKeithen and Councilwoman Vivian
The action came after nine Vernon firefight-
ers signed a letter requesting that Baxley be dis-
missed as both fire chief and as a firefighter.
See FIRED, page 3

Jay Felsberg / Managing Editor
The flag at Vernon Middle School was at half-staff on
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Managing Editor
Washington County
Board of County Com-
missioners approved pur-
suing sending "Project
Pipe" to the state Depart-
ment of Community
Affairs for possible state
funds. The decision was
made at the Board's reg-
ular monthly meeting on
'Project Pipe' has been
in progress for about three
years. The name of the
project has. not been dis-
closed due to the highly
competitive nature of busi-
ness recruiting, according
to Washington County
Chamber of Commerce
Executive Director Ted
County Grants Writer
Stacy Webb told the Board
that both requests for
funding by the major com-
mercial and housing devel-
opment on Moss Hill
Road outside of Vernon
have been rejected by
DCA. The County is
allowed three submissions
per cycle, and has submit-
ted the Moss Hill project
twice without success.
The request for "Project
Pipe" would involve fund-
ing an industrial-grade
road at the industrial park,
with the road parallel to
the railroad tracks. About
$400,000 in funding would
be requested.
Everett told the Board
that the grant request
needed to be submitted as
soon as possible. He said
that other elements of the
project, that would bring
over 100 jobs to the area
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Jay Felsberg / Managing Editor
Members of the Coleman family were on hand to receive a framed copy of the proclamation honoring the late Patricia Ann Coleman
from Board Chairman Joel Pate.

Continued from page 1

and would be a $12.2 million capi-
tal investment, were moving
ahead. Other grants have been
obtained for the project, including
adding a needed rail spur that
would benefit other businesses in
the industrial park.
"Everything we hear from the
state is a go," Everett said. "We
hope for a groundbreaking by
Webb also was upbeat about
"Pipe" getting funding, saying that
DCA liked the numbers and other
factors. If approved, the funds
would be available in the next sev-
eral months.
The Board also presented a
proclamation .honoring the late
Patricia Ann Coleman. Coleman
was killed in an accident on Dec.
21, 2007, but accumulated a num-
ber of academic and civic accom-
plishments before her death.

Those accomplishments include
honors from the Presidential Edu-
cation Awards program in 1997
and 2000; National Honor Society
at Roulhac Middle School and
Chipley High School; 2004 Miss
Black Washing-
ton County; a
member of Yes
Lord Church of
God in Christ
and service on
the usher
board; Dean's
List at Chipola
College in 2004
and 2005, and
graduation with Patricia Ann
an associate in Coleman
arts degree.
Coleman was studying at the
University of South Florida, and
was set to graduate with a bache-
lor's degree in speech pathology in
2008.,She planned to begin gradu-
ate studies in speech pathology in
Members of the Coleman family
were on hand to receive a framed
copy of the proclamation ,from

Board Chairman Joel Pate.
In other business, the Board:
Approved for Webb to pursue
a housing grant for the SHIP pro-
gram. If obtained, the $750,000
grant would be used to replace
derelict trailers and make substan-
tial repairs to qualified houses.
Heard from Webb that the
Shipes home in Vernon could be
made available for the Heritage
Village at Daniels Lake as State 79
is widened. The house must be
relocated or demolished due to the
four-laning of the highway.
Heard that the site plan for Fire-
tower Road pit is completed. The
County was cited for violations by
the state Department of Environ-
mental Protection for improper
disposal of vegetation.
Rejected a recommended bid
for 53 lots in Sunny Hills due to a
low price. Lots in Sunny Hills are
going for up to $50.000, and the
bid was for $7,500 a lot.
Approved the health care
project between the County,
Northwest Florida Community
Hospital, and the Washington

County Sheriff's Office for jail
inmates. Inmates would be treated
at 25 percent below regular cost of
Approved taking the next can-
didates on the list to replace up to
four Sunny Hills Advisory Com-
mittee members. One member is
resigning and terms for three oth-
ers are up, and might not want to
be reappointed. County Adminis-
trator Pete Herbert said that the
rankings for candidates from the
next round are on file and would
be used.
Heard that work on the roads
to the County Equestrian Center
should be competed by time of the
rodeo next Friday and Saturday at
7 p.m.
Approved donating surplus
diesel fuel tanks to Ebro and Ver-
non for the fire departments. Both
lost their diesel fuel outlets
recently but can get fuel delivered
if they have tanks, thereby avoid-
ing having to drive long distances
for fuel. The Board will research
and see if other towns are in a sim-
ilar situation.



to meet

in Dothan
The 22nd annual Old-
Time Fiddlers' Convention
will be held at Landmark
Park in Dothan, Ala., on
Saturday, March 15, from
10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
To receive a registration.
form and rules for the Old-
Time Fiddlers Convention,
or for more information.
about Spring Farm Day,
call (334) 794-3452.

S.O.A.K. plans
Marianna concert
S.O.A.K, the No. 1 Hip'
Hop/Rap group on Sound-
click.com will be in concert
on Sunday, March 9, from
6-8:30 p.m. at the Marianna -
High School Auditorium.
Doors open at 5 p.m. Lunie
3:80, Semaj, and Judah
Man are the band mem-
bers. The event, sponsored'
by local high school Fellow-
ship of Christian Athletes
chapters, is free, but a $2!'
donation will be accepted
after the concert.
Call (850)-527-1584 or
(850)-693-0439 to reserve
any youth group seating or'
for more information.

Old CHS hosts
Gospel concert
gospel concert is scheduled
at the old Chipley High
School tonight beginning at
6 p.m.
Featured artists will be
The Schwartz family of
Sturgis, Mich., Robert &
James of DeFuniak Springs
and Changed from Chipley.
A $5 donation will be
accepted at the door to help
with expenses. Canned
good items also will be
accepted for the Save The
Children program in Chip-
For more information,,
call 638-5684.


Michael Bowyer is the instructor for WHTC's
Automotive Service Technology Program. Bowyer has
been instructing at WHTC for three ,
years. He has 26 years of experience
as an automotive technician. Michael -
graduated from Chipley High School
and then completed the Automotive
Mechanics Program at Washington-
Holmes Technical Center in 1982.
He worked at Chipola Ford for five
years, Cloud Auto Parts, and then
the Florida Department of
Transportation for the next 17 years. Michael
Bowyer is an ASE certified Master Bowyer
Automotive Technician.

Oil change intervals
Your driving habits can determine you car's oil
change intervals. Car engine oil does not wear out;
instead it becomes contaminated with moisture,
unburned fuel and acids. The stop and go conditions of
city driving produce more contaminates because the
engine seldom reaches operating temperature long
enough to burn these contaminants out. On the other
hand, highway driving allows the engine to reach
operating temperature long enough to burn the
contaminants from the oil. You should change your oil
and filter more frequently for city driving, at about
3,000 miles, compared to as much as 5,000 miles for
highway driving. No matter what your driving
conditions, check your oil level periodically.

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the interior air begins to cool down, switch over to
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Washington County News 0 Saturday, March 1, 2008 3

Vernon discusses rec department items

Managing Editor

VERNON Vernon City
Council held its regular work-
shop Thursday morning and dis-
cussed the following items:
Heard City Clerk Sherry
Cobb answer an inquiry about
why Becky Baxley, Buddy Bax-
ley's wife, was placed on adminis-
trative leave with pay until the
inquiry is concluded. Cobb said
Becky Baxley was placed on leave
for her own protection until the
inquiry is over.
Last Monday, Council
approved by a 3-1 vote, with one
member abstaining, to terminate
Buddy Baxley's contract as recre-
ation director.

Vernon Municipal candidates

Mayor. Al Mani, James Boswell.
City Council: Narvel Armstrong, John P. Cook, Jr., Gwen March,
Perry Holley, Wayne Adams, Oscar Ward and Peggy Dobbins.
Election is 7a.m. to 7p.m. Tuesday, March 11 at Vernon City Hall.

Buddy Baxley is involved in an
inquiry by City Attorney Kerry
Adkison with the approval of
Council regarding payment of
$12,300 to Buddy Baxley for
work he allegedly did for the City
from October, 2006 to January
2008. A report is expected from
Adkison in the next few weeks.
0 Heard Mayor Oscar Ward
offer to have a person he knew
with experience, help Cobb out a
few days a week. Councilman

Junior McKeithen said Council
should leave things alone until
the inquiry is completed. "This
mess is a mess and it will only be
a bigger mess," McKeithen said.
"Just wait until Kerry has some-
thing for us. It's what we hired
him for."
"By the end of March Council
needs to make a decision on
Becky Baxley," Ward said. "By
then, we will have a new Council
in place."

Heard from Councilwoman
Vivian Brewer that Buddy Baxley
has turned over signups for the
ball teams. There have been 12
signups to date. Vernon base-
ball/softball signups will be held
at the Vernon Sportsplex on Sat-
urday, March 1 from 9 a.m. to 5
p.m. For more information, call
Laura Brewer at 535-5118.
Heard Ward say that due to
concern over paperwork on the
City's two ,$200,000 recreation
grants, former Councilwoman
Cheryl Withrow had offered to
take charge of the process. Ward
said that Withrow, "wants to be
in charge," and would get with
grant writer Fred Fox to make
sure paperwork is done
"That's done by Fred Fox,"

Cobb said. "We don't need
Discussed cleanup at the
ballfields, with offers from volun-
teers to get that done.
It was also reported that the
bathrooms are in bad shape, pos-
sibly with plumbing problems. A
number of suggestions were
made, including locking the bath-
rooms until the grant money was
available for repairs, and having
inmates pressure wash the bath-
A citizen volunteered to check
out the bathrooms and see what
must be done.
Heard Ward say that there
are some members of the fire
department that need to go.
McKeithen told Ward that this
was Council's decision to make.

WIRED offers

training grants

Florida's Great North-
west announces the avail-
ability of $2.75 million in
grant funding to support
training expenses for
newly-created high skill,
high wage positions in
Northwest Florida.
The funding is provided
through the U.S. Depart-
ment of Labor WIRED
(Workforce Innovation in
Regional Economic Devel-
opment) grant awarded to'
the organization in 2006,
funding Florida's Great
Northwest's WIRED
Northwest Florida Initia-
Grants ranging from
$500 to $5,000 per quali-
fied position, are available
to businesses within the
targeted industries of
Aerospace & Defense, Life


Sciences, Information
Technology, Renewable
Energy and Construction
Services (commercial,
infrastructure or indus-
trial) that create and sus-
tain new positions that
meet specified wage and
benefit requirements.
The maximum grant
award is $500,000.
'Qualified businesses
interested in obtaining
more information on the
Employee Skills Training
grant opportunity offered
by Florida's Great North-
west should call (850) 337-
Grant information,
including guidelines and
application, can also be
found on their web site,

What is hypertrophic cardiomyopathy?

Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy
(HCM) is a form of cardiomyopathy,
a condition in which the heart mus-
cle becomes thick. The thickening
makes it harder for the heart to
work, according to the National
Institute for Health.
Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy is
often asymmetrical, meaning' one
part of the heart is thicker than the
other' parts.
The condition is usually passed
down through families. It is believed
to be a result of several defects with
the genes that control heart muscle
The thickened heart muscle
makes it harder for blood to leave
the heart.

Continued from page 1

The firefighters also asked that a
new liaison be appointed.
Baxley was not present at the
Last Monday the Council approved

The heart must work harder to
pump blood. The size of the heart's
ventricular chamber is also smaller
than usual.
The thickening of the heart mus-
cle also may make it harder for the
heart valves to work. Heart valves
help control the direction of blood
flow. Younger people are likely to
have a more severe form of hyper-
trophic cardiomyopathy.
However, the condition is seen in
people of all ages.
Symptoms include chest pain,
fainting, especially during exercise;
light-headedness, especially after
activity or exercise; dizziness; sensa-
tion of feeling heart beat (palpita-
tions); shortness of breath; heart

terminating Baxley's contract as recre-
ation director with two week's notice.
Craig Pettis is the new fire chief,
and Shaun Sanders is the assistant
chief. There are about 12 active fire-
fighters, with two certified as fire-
fighter 2 and one as firefighter 1 under
state standards. The department will
meet Tuesday night, March 4 at 7 p.m.
at the fire house on State 277 north of

failure, in some patients; and hyper-
tension. Additional symptoms that
may occur are fatigue, reduced activ-
ity tolerance; and shortness of'
breath when lying down.
Some patients have no symptoms,
and may not even realize ,they have
the condition until it is found during
a routine medical exam.
The first symptom of hypertrophic
cardiomyopathy among many young
patients is sudden collapse and pos-
sible death.
This is caused by very abnormal
heart rhythms called arrhythmias.
Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy is a
major cause of death in young ath-
letes who seem completely healthy
but die during heavy exercise.

downtown Vernon. Pettis and
Sanders, as well as several other fire-
fighters present, said that training
would be a major priority.
"Everybody's going to see a differ-
ent department," Sanders said.
Pettis said that if anyone is inter-
ested in joining the department or
wants to help, call 535-9389 or (850)

Two sentenced for

burglary charges

CHIPLEY Washington County Sheriff's Office
announced the sentencing of Brandon Wise, 26, from the
Vernon area.
Wise was sentenced to 44.4 months
for charges of armed burglary, grand
theft, and felony possession of a
S *' firearm. The sentence carries a manda-
A tory three years in the Department of
S- Corrections for the firearm charge.
Also sentenced
was Matthew Pate,
29, from the
Brandon Wise Caryville area. Pate
was sentenced to
12.5 years for
charges of burglary and grand theft. '
Pate will follow his sentence with five
years of probation.
"We have made the resolution of
local burglary cases one of our top pri-
orities," said Sheriff Bobby Haddock. Matthew Pate
"While there is work left to be done, we
are pleased that we can bring these cases to a successful

Local drug dealers

draw sentences

CHIPLEY The Chipley Police Department reports
that two "well-known" drug dealers have been recently sen-
tenced to state prison for their involve-
ment in the local drug trade.
Circuit Court Judge Allen Register
sentenced Chipley resident Marcus
Sorey to seven years in a state prison, and
James Arnold, a Holmes County
resident, to 10 years in state prison.
Sorey has been
found guilty on sev-
eral charges of the
Marcus Sorey sale of crack cocaine
to an undercover
police officer in
Arnold, described by police as a well
known self-described meth cook in our
area, and has admittedly been manufac-
turing methamphetamine on a large
scale. James Arnold
"'Removing these two men from our
community will hopefully interrupt the flow of both crack
cocaine and methamphetamine to our community," said
Chipley Police Chief Kevin Crews.

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Pursuant to Florida Statutes, the Washington County Planning Commission will conduct a public hear-
ing at the County Commissioners Meeting Room, located at 1331 South Boulevard, Chipley, Florida, on
Tuesday, March 11, 2008, at 5:00 p.m., or as soon thereafter as possible, as the issue may be heard to
consider transmitting the proposed Evaluation and Appraisal Report (EAR) for the area shown within the
map in this advertisement (the unincorporated portion of Washington County, and the municipalities of
Caryville, Ebro, Vernon, and Wausau.) Amendment 08-EAR involves changing/updating the Evaluation
and Appraisal Report for unincorporated Washington County, the municipalities of Caryville, Ebro, Vernon,
and Wausau.
Also pursuant to Florida Statues, the Town of Ebro will conduct a public hearing at the Ebro Town Hall
located at 6629 Dog Track Road, Ebro, Florida, on Tuesday, March 11, 2008, at 6:00 p.m., or as soon
thereafter as possible, as the issue may be heard to consider adoption of Amendment 08-EAR.
Also pursuant to Florida Statues, the Town of Caryville will conduct a public hearing at the Caryville
Town Hall located at 4436 Old Spanish Trail, Caryville, Florida, on Tuesday, March 11, 2008, at 6:00 p.m.,
or as soon thereafter as possible, as the issue may be heard to consider adoption of Amendment 08-
Also pursuant to Florida Statues, the.Town of Wausau will conduct a public hearing at the Wausau Town
Hall located at 1607 Second Avenue, Wausau, Florida, on Thursday, March 13, 2008, at 6:00 p.m., or as
soon thereafter as possible, as the issue may be heard to consider adoption of Amendment 08-EAR.
Also pursuant to Florida Statues, the Town of Vernon will conduct a public hearing at the Vernon Town
Hall located at 2808 Yellow Jacket Drive, Vernon, Florida; on Monday, March 24, 2008, at 7:00 p.m., or as
soon thereafter as possible, as the issue may be heard to consider adoption of Amendment 08-EAR.
Also pursuant to Florida Statutes, the Washington County Board of County Commissioners will conduct
,a public hearing at the County Commissioners Meeting Room located at 1331 South Boulevard, Chipley,
Florida, on Thursday, March 27, 2008, at 5:00 p.m., or as soon thereafter as possible, as the issue may be
heard to consider transmittal of Amendment 08-EAR.
The proposed changes to the Comprehensive Plan are available for review at the Washington Coun-
ty Planning Office at 1331 South Boulevard, Suite 209, Chipley, Florida, or at the Town Halls, as listed

The purpose of the Public Hearings is to receive comments and make decisions regarding the above
matter. All interested members of the public are encouraged to attend. Public hearings may be continued
from time to time as may be necessary.
Pursuant to the provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act, any person requiring special accom-
modations to participate in these meetings is asked to advise the Municipalities directly at 850-548-5571
(Caryville), 850-535-2842 (Ebro), 850-535-2444 (Vernon), 850-638-1781 (Wausau) or the County at 850-
638-6200 at least 48 hours before the meeting. "If any person decides to appeal any decision made by the
board, agency, or commission, with respect to any matter considered at such meeting or hearing, he or
she will need a record of the proceedings, and that for such purpose, he or she may need to ensure that
a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which record includes the testimony and evidence upon
which the appeal is based." FS 286.0105



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Vernon Historical Society

TOP: Historic Moss Hill Methodist Church.
A log school house Methodist mission was
built nearby, and the first methodist ministerial
assignment between the Appalachicola River
and Pensacola was the Holmes Valley
Mission. A church was built in 1857.
RIGHT: The historic Walker cab will be
moved once the four-laning of State 79
begins. There are several options available
for housing the vehicle in the future.
BOTTOM LEFT: Vernon Historical Society
President Angia Morris thanks Washington
County Sheriff Bobby Haddock for donating
a computer, printer and other items to the
BOTTON RIGHT: Former Principal and
School Superintendent Jerry Tyre talks about
family history and noted local places,
including Moss Hill Church and the old
Walker taxi cab preserved in downtown
Vernon at last Saturday's meeting of the
Vernon Historical Society.

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Left to right, Kiwanis President Darrin Wall, Youth
Services Committee Chairman Dell Corbin, Teresa
Brown, CHS Project Graduation.

Kiwanis club gives

$500 to CHS fund

CHIPLEY- The Chipley
Kiwanis club presented a
check for $500 to Teresa
Brown, a Chipley High
School Project Graduation
representative to help sup-
port after graduation activ-
ities as a *"safe alternative".
Since Tuesday was the
last Tuesday of the month,
committee meetings were
held Tuesday instead of
having a guest speaker.
Following those discus-
sions, committee chairs
gave verbal reports to the
entire group in attendance.
Young Children / Priority
One committee chair Patsy
Justice reported that her
group reviewed several
activities and ways they
might support the children
of our area.
Program committee chair
Andy Andreasen reported
that guest speakers are com-
mitted for each week in
March. Times are available
after March.
Youth Services chair-
man Dell Corbin reported
that his committee dis-
cussed plans for several
activities, including the
Youth Fair, Project Gradu-
ation, Urban Fishing Day
and plans for youth T-Ball,
softball and baseball.
Sponsored Youth commit-
tee chair Kim Wilson
announced plans to have
representatives from
Key Clubs at Vernon High
School and Chipley High
School attend next week's
regular Kiwanis meeting,

chairman Bill
announced that
applications are
now on site at the
two county high
schools ready to
-be filled out by
students at
Vernon High
School and
Chipley High

which is Bring A Guest Day.
Scholarship, committee
chairman Bill Howell
announced that scholarship
applications are now on site
at the two county high
schools ready to be filled out
by interested students at Ver-
non High School and Chip-
ley High School. He also
announced that a Take Stock
In Children scholarship will
be awarded in March.
. Announcements included
reminders of next Tuesday's
monthly Board of Directors
meeting- and of the 53rd
annual Kiwanis Pancake
Breakfast on Friday, April 4,
at the Kate Smith Elementary
Cafetorium, 6 a.m. till 9 a.m.

CHIPLEY-A reunion for
all employees of the "Old
Hospital" of Washington
County is scheduled for
6 p.m. on March 15 at the
Ag Center on U.S. 90 West
in Chipley.
A dedicated committee
has been working hard to
find all employees of the
old hospital and send
invitations to them. Any
former employees who
have not received notice of
the reunion are asked
to call and request an,
invitation, which will
include a reservation slip
for the special celebra--
tion/dinner. Families of
deceased employees are
also invited to attend.
Special memory books
are being printed. They will
include the names of all
former employees, physi-
cians, board members,
EMT personnel, and those
who are now deceased.
Every family attending the

reunion will receive a
memory book, compli-
ments of the family of Dr.
Henry A. Knowles Jr.
The Chipley High
School TV production
class will film the event,
and photography will be
provided by Don Milton.
Videos and photographs of
the event may be ordered.
Reservations for the
reunion/dinner must be
received by March 1. Any-
one who wishes may also
give a donation for this
special celebration- in
honor of a loved one or a
friend. The funds will
sponsor a scholarship for
a promising student
wishing to enter the field of
For a reservation, call
Be,cky Anderson Cousson
at 638-7545. More infor-
mation is available by call-
ing Bobbie Kent, 415-1203;
Maggie Davis, 638-1761, or
Sally Johnson, 638-4035.

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Heritage Day

Parade, tractor pulls and

Easter egg hunts planned

VERNON The Preserv-
ing Our Past Association is
hosting the fourth annual
Holmes Valley Heritage Day
on Saturday, March 22. The
location of the show is at 3901
Wilderness Road in Vernon.
Admission is $5 for adults
while children 12 and under
are free. Exhibitors and
pullers also have free admis-
sion. The pulls begin at 9 a.m.
and continue all day. There
will be a parade of tractors at
For the children, there will
be a pedal tractor pull at
11:30 a.m. until noon, fol-
lowed by an Easter egg hunt
at 1 p.m.
The hunt will be divided
into two hunts, one for chil-
dren, walking to six years old,
and another from 7-12 year
olds. The Vernon High
School Key Club will' coordi-
nate the Easter egg hunt.
Community South Credit
Union will give away two $50
savings bonds, one for each
The proceeds from this
show go to the infrastructure
of the show site and 10 per-
cent-of the profits go to the
Washington County Scholar-
ship Trust.
For information call Ron-
nie Hudson at 548-5252.

Arts Council
offers scholarship
The Washington County
Arts Council is offering a

5 years ago
Ponce de Leon's
basketball squad won the
District 1 1-A title by
downing the Central Jaguars,
62-54 in the playoffs. The
Pirates were 31-5 during the
regular season.
MedSouth Home Health
opened in Bonifay. Director
of business development was
Paul Segers.
Bethany Bell of Ponce de
Leon High School won the
President's Reading Award
during Chipola's Throssell
Literature/Language Festival.
Winning honorable mention
in the festival's speech contest
were Timra Clemmons of
Bethlehem High School and
Nicole Owens of Vernon
High, and Dee Cruce of
Ponce de Leon High.
Hinson CrossRoads' new
fire hall opened on Douglas
Ferry Road. The Tilman
Burke family donated land
for the facility as a memorial
to Doyle J. Burke, a
serviceman killed while
serving overseas.

10 years ago
Washington County
revised the system for
selecting jurors, using
driver's license listings.
Winners of the annual Al
Pyfrom Memorial Award
were Sam Rudd and Bill
Currid, members of Wausau
Volunteer Fire Department,
who entered a burning
building to save a life.
Washington County
educators retiring during
February were Bobbie Jean
Haddock, Willie Mae Cook,
Ruth McCrary, Carol Ard
and Dennis Patton.
David Ridley, sponsor of a
DAR.E. group at Kate
Smith Elementary, treated

$500 scholarship to a gradu-
ating Washington County
Senior pursuing a college
degree in one of the fine arts.
The winner will be deter-
mined by an essay on how the
arts has or will influence the
course of their life.
By encouraging students in
the study of the arts, the
WCAC hopes to contribute
to the development of future
artists or an appreciation for
the arts which insures future
audiences. All seniors who
intend to pursue such a
degree are invited to enter.
Deadline for entries is April
10 and the scholarship will be
awarded on Senior Awards
Day in May.
For more information and
essay guidelines, contact the
school guidance counselor,
Karen Norris at Chipley High
School or Luanne Locke at
Vernon High School.

Free medical
CHIPLEY Washington
County Council on Aging is
joining with the National
Council on Aging and CVS
Pharmacy to host a free
medication consultation for
"Pack Your Bag" presenta-
tions will be held at the senior
center, 1348 South Blvd. in
Chipley on March 12 at 9
a.m. The free medication
consultation will give seniors
a chance have a one-on-one


Allergies can affect

cats and dogs, too


Contributed photo
The Washington County Scholarship Trust
Committee is selling tickets for $2 for a chance to
win a Coca Cola Pedal Car with trailer and cooler.
The trio was donated to the Trust by Cathy Mathis of
Vernon, who won them in 2002 from Publix in
Panama City. The trio is valued at least between
$300 and $400. The drawing will be held at 2 p.m. at
the Fourth Annual Holmes Valley Heritage Day, on
Saturday, March 22, at 3901 Wilderness Road just
northwest of Vernon. Tickets will be available at the
show or you can purchase your tickets from ariV
trustee. For more information, contact Dr. Sandra
Cook, president, at (850) 535-2426.

conversation with a pharma-
cist. They can ask questions
about their prescription and
nonprescription drugs,
receive tips on taking drugs
properly, see about any
potential interactions
between medications and
identify duplicate and out-
dated prescriptions.
Seniors also will get a 15-
minute presentation on how
to improve their health
through proper management
of medication.
Call 638-6216 or 638-6217
if you plan to attend. You will
be given an appointment
time for your one-on-one
consultation. Be sure to take
all your medications for the

Cancer support
group to meet

CHIPLEY The cancer
support group will resume
monthly 'meetings at 5:30

p.m. on March 4 in'the old
Doctors Memorial Hospital
dining room.
Cancer patients and family
members are welcome. For
further information call

Davis elected to
cotton council
B.E. "Sonny" Davis, Jr.
was one of the Florida cotton
industry members to be
elected to leadership posi-
tions in the National Cotton
Council (NCC) for 2008.
Davis was re-elected as
Florida chairman of the
NCC's American Cotton
He was also elected as vice
chairman of the NCC's
Florida unit.
Re-elected as state unit
chairman and secretary,
respectively were Jerry H.
Davis of Jay and Keith Pen-
dergrass of Marianna.

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Years Ago

Taken from the files of the Washington County News

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'Tacie Jordan's fifth-grade
class to a pizza party.

20 years ago
Chipley High School
guidance counselor Elaine
Engram was honored with a
retirement party. Hosts were
friends and co-workers -
Carol Ard, Gordon Jackson,
Mary Wood, Susan Roberts,
Beverly Helms and George

35 years ago
Graduating members of
the practical nursing course
at WHTC included Joyce
Carter, Maggie Davis, Alma
Harper, Sallie Johnson,
Juanita Lewis, Stacey
Manning, Shirley Norton,
Twana Pleas, Dianne Searcy,
Rose Taylor and Dawn
Jack and Martha
Southwick of Fort Walton
spent the weekend with her
mother, Mrs. Russell Cook.
Kay McCall, Bill Shipley
and Tommie Wenszell of
Vernon were selected for all-
district band honors in

* 45 years ago
Washington County
Sheriff George Watts was
elected head of the Florida
Sheriff's Association.
William J. "Bill"
Mongoven was named
president of the Washington

County Chamber of
The Spanish Trail
Playhouse presented the
play, "New Moon," at
Chipley High School.
Washington County
Hospital Trustees awarded a
contract to Chipley
contractor Hoyt Armstrong
to build a 24-bed addition to
the facility.

65 years ago
J.B. Benson of Chipley
was promoted to technical
sergeant fourth grade in the
U.S. Army. The young
soldier was stationed in
San Francisco.
Spending Thursday with
their parents, Dr. and Mrs.
O.B. Tiller and Mr. and Mrs.
J.T Bowen were Mrs. Davis
Tindell and little daughter,
Judy, and Mrs. J.C. McRae
and children of Graceville.
Miss Helene Dekle of
Tallahassee spent the
weekend with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. TA. Dekle and

100 years ago
Judge J.R. Wells of
Vernon was in Chipley
Monday. He was en route to
Jacksonville to attend the


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Masonic Grand Lodge
WH. Faulk came home
from South Alabama where
he was hiring hands to work
on his turpentine farm.
Cashier C.B. Dunn of
Chipley State Bank
transacted business in St.
Andrew's during the week.
J.H. Porter and daughter,
Ollie, were callers at the
Bennett home Saturday.



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If you start wheezing
and sneezing with spring
allergies, you are not
Fido and Fluffy can
suffer from allergies, too,
and feel just as bad as you
Experts say pet owners
need to do something
new to prepare this
season: Get their pet
allergy tested.
The belief that allergies
are strictly-a human
problem is not true, says
Dr. Mark Stickney, a
veterinarian at Texas
A&M's College of
Veterinary Medicine &
Biomedical Sciences.
Stickney says pet
allergies are not simply
limited to dogs and cats.
Even horses are known to
contract allergies. Pets
may have seasonal
allergies or permanent
allergies similar to
humans, but the intensity
of their reactions can
differ quite significantly.
'"Animals may be
allergic to dust mites,
cedar, pollen, elm, fleas,
different varieties of
molds and many of the
same allergens that affect
humans," Stickney
Pet owners should pay
close attention to the
behaviors of their pets,
especially when the
seasons change, he notes.
Stickney says a sign of a
pet being afflicted with
.allergies is constant
scratching of the body,
especially around the
pet's feet, ears and tail.
Allergies tend to make
pets itchier than usual,
causing this frequent
"Dogs normally do not
lick their paws. If a pet
owner catches a dog
performing this behavior,
allergies might be the
culprit," he says.
Another sign of allergy
problems in dogs is
constant ear infections.
Cats, on the other hand,
tend to develop a full-
body itch and scabs
located all over their
body, Stickney says.
These scabs are caused by
the animal's consistent
scratching of one area.
If a pet. owner would
like to pinpoint the cause
of an allergic reaction,

many veterinary offices
offer allergy testing that
can identify the culprit.
One way of ridding the
animal of the allergen is
to buy special allergy
shampoos. These help
eliminate the allergen
from the pet's coat, which
may reduce the reaction.
The less exposure the pet
has to the allergen, the
less likely a reaction will
occur, Stickney believes.
For these shampoos to be
most effective, the animal
should be bathed
Other options for
treatment are
antihistamines, fatty acid
supplements and steroid
pills that may be
prescribed by a
veterinarian. Also, many
dogs and cats tend to be .
allergic to fleas, and pet
owners should constantly
keep their pets free of
fleas by using flea control
products recommended
by their veterinarian.
If an animal has an
allergy to dust mites,
Stickney recommends
dusting and vacuuming
often to prevent contact
between the dust mite
and the animal.
Stickney adds that pets
may also be allergic to
certain pet foods. A
reaction commonly seen
in pets with food allergies
is scratching that is not.
controlled with
antihistamines or
"Many times when
animals are allergic to pet
foods, the allergy is
caused by a certain
protein in the food," he
'Stickney recommends a
dietary trial to identify
and eliminate the protein
causing the allergic
Finding the
appropriate diet for a pet
with food allergies can ,be
challenging, and he
recommends seeing a
veterinarian, who will be
able to make specific

Pet Talk is a service of
the College of Veterinary
Medicine & Biomedical
Sciences, Texas A&M
University. Stories can be
viewed on the Web at

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March 25, 2008 UNLESS
1100 Legal Advertising COURT IMMEDIATELY AT
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Orders, and Western Un-
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FOR WASHINGTON As published in the Wash-
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CIVIL ACTION 8, March 15, 2008
Plaintiff, o
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WILUAM SABATA, et al, in. I
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CASE NO. ICall now for details
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GIVEN pursuant to an Or-
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2008 and entered in Case'
NO. 67-2007-CA-331 of the
Circuit Court of the FOUR-
TEENTH Judicial Circuit in
County, Florida wherein
is the Plaintiff and WILLIAM
BANK; are the Defendants,
I will sell to the highest and
best bidder for cash at
11:00AM, on the 26 day of
March, 2008, the following
described property as set
forth in said Final Judge-
Any person claiming as in-
terest in the surplus from
the sale, if any, other than

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2130 Farm Animals/
2140 Pets/Livestock

AKC Boxers, fawn/white, Matching Sofa & Loveseat Bales of hay for sale. Leola Brock Nurseries
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a Tax Deed to be issued
thereon. The certificate W E E K S
number and year of issu- s .:.. .
ance, the description of .-,
the property, and the
names in which it was as- F ..
sessed are as follows :
ERTY: Parcel #
01-0087-001 ... .
Lot 15, Block 87, of Sunny
Hills Unit 1, a subdivision
according to the Plat.' '. -
thereof, as recorded in Plat .''.'', A S A I
Book 2, Pages 9 through .; .
27, of the Public Records A SAVINGS OF $32.01
of Washington County,

IFDLorida HA 20 Words -8 We
SESSED: Louis Nigra, Ma- .'...:8.
rie L Smith & Patricia A.
Said property being in the
county of Washington, ''' ".''
State of Florida. Unless To plac
such certificated shall be
redeemed according to ,-".*-'
the law, the property de- -'" 'B
scribed shall be sold to the iH oEme' o. n-
highest bidder at the court- F -J. : E
house door on March 25, 7.5'3-"/'
2008 at 10:00 AM. f "'--
Dated this 19 day of Feb- 20A" Wa s i
ruary 20Clerk08 ..
BY: J C Rogers, Holmes Count
Deputy Clerk
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r - - -Fr &- Ni gt---- --- Executive Office Space 3BR/1BA house for rent, The Park at 2350
General Front Desk & Night Experienced mechanic Wanted: We are ac- for rent downtown Chipley. Bonifay. $650. per month, 3BR/1BA $425
General Auditor job openings for needed full time. Call I cepting applications for I 638-1918 damage deposit $650. Call 3BR/2BA $450
I all shifts. Experience 1I334-684-3646 or Fax re- I entry level positions I 850-830,7026 background 547-3746w
Avon Representa- Iwith computers. Apply I sume 334-684-3713. working with youth. If check and references re-
tives needed Bonifay, in person Comfort Inn & I -you are highly moti- iquired. No smoking, no. .
Chipley, Graceville, LSuites, Chipley. I -d- Ivated and would like to ______ets.
Wausau, Vernon, -I -I Ihelp troubled youth, we 6110 For Rent 3BR/1BA,
Caryville, Ponce de Sales Tri-County Community are the place for you. Townhouse Apt for rent- CH&A. 1181 1st Ave. $595
Leon. Ask about-Council,In c. is accept- Vacation & holiday pay, 2BR/1.5BA. Chipley. a month. No pets.9 HUD
miniit. 850-547-64 OUTSIDE SALES insurance and retire- $595/mth. 638-1918. p accepted. 638-1918
Center Coordinator for I ment package included. F
Dwayne Atkins SR Jerkins Incorporated is the Head Start Program. i Applicants must be able For Rent 3BR/2BA on 8th
__looking for an aggressive to pass background Fairway, Dogwood Lakes. REAL ESTATEFOR SALE
and eager person to fill a Responsibility: Direct I screening. If you want to I $650. month, 1st, last .
Other redimix concrete outside I the activities of the Cen- I make a difference in a 6140 month security deposit. 7100- Homes
sales posion. Responsi- terprovidingcareandyoung mans life. Apply 3BR/2BA in Sunny Hills Available February 15th1-Beach Home/
Mystery Shoppers, get abilities willinclude generat- development for the in Person. 50-5 524 area. Stove, refrigerator, possible purchase option. 712- Commercial
paid to shop! Retail/dining ng new business and the children (3-5 year olds) dishwasher, W/D all in- 7130 Condo/Townhouse
establishments need un- maintenancing of current I and families according I cluded and fenced in FOR RENT: 2BR/1BA, 7140- Farms & Ranches
derercover clients to judge customer accounts. We to the Head Start Pro- backyard. $ 8 5 0 three miles south on hwy 7150 Lots and Acreage
quality customer service are looking for someone gram Guildlines; /" month/$700 deposit. Call 77. Call for information 710- Mobile Homes/Los
Earn up to $150.esray. with prior outside sales exI To .Stacey 850,527-6262 or 850-638-1858671780-Waterfront
Call (888)-523-1013. vated and very organized. year degree from col- Nice clean Houses, Apart- Property
eiments, Mobile homes for 7190 Out-nt-Town
Jerkins Inc. is located in lenge or university; must Publisher's rent..... 4BR/2BA brick Real Estate
Holmes and Washington have or be willing to ob-.....4BR/2BA brick 7200 Tmeshare
Retail Counties. Please forward a. tain a Director's Creden- Notice home for sale
copy of your resume to tial. F 850-547-5085 or
Cashier-Jerkins, Inc. is sales@jerkinsinc.com. I I l All real estate advertising in 850-547-2531
seeking a friendly, reliable I Current driver's license 06100- Business/ this newspaper is subject to . .I 7100O
and trustworthy individual ---tdS-i-t-e -at; and proper vehicle Commercial the Fair Housing Act whichBy owner 2.6 acres,
san tutrhi Wanted: Shift Leader at Cmake s By Ownerl2.6 acres,
to greet and communicate residential boys facility insurance coverage. 110-Aparments makes it illegal to ad0 3BR/2BA, 2,400 Square
well with the public while "MustComply with health 6120 Beach Rentals "any preference, limitation or 6150
performing duties as cash- AA degree in helping 6130 Condoownhouse discrimination based on Wanted feet, Large home, double
performing duties as cash-profession or 2 years and background 6140- House Rentals race, color, religion, sex, carport, big tree house,
er. Requirements are a I experience in similar" screening. 6150 Roommate Wanted handicap, familial status.or barn. $220,000. and 2.6
high school diploma, I profession required. I 6160- Rooms for Rent national origin, or an inten- Seeking room mate for acres fenced property.
computer and calculator Competitive Salary, ex- Applications and copy 6170 Mobile Home/Lot tion, to make any such pref- elderly woman. If inter- 547-2408
skills a must. Experience cellent benefits pack- of job description may 180- Out-of-Town Rentals erence, limitation or dis- ested and for more infor-
preferred. Work week is I age. Must be able to be obtained from any 6190 Timeshare Rentals crimination" Familial status mation, please call In Chipley, 2BR home,
Monday-Saturday. Apply Ipass background and I Tri-CountyCommunity I 6200 Vacation Rentals includes children under the 850-547-2068. 20x30 workshop on 5
at Jerkins or email resume g drug screening. ApplyI Council office and sub- I oregalcustodians withpareg-nts 1478.
to Janis@jerkinsinc.com. in person. 850-548-5524 mitted by Monday, I nant women and people se-
March 03, 2008, at 4:30i curing custody of children
p.m. For information 6100 under 18. | 61700
and an application, call I 2BR/1BA Mobile Home
Sharon Kent, Adminis- COMMERCIAL SPACE for This newspaper will not 10 miles outside Chipley 7150-
Strative Manager (850) rent. 6500sq ft.,+/- ideal knowiy access a s city limits. New carpet, MP Enterprises Land Sale
o h S trative Manage(850) rent 6500sq ft.,+/- ideal sing or real etate which is
547-3689.3 for any automotive busi- in violation of the law. Our CH/A, carport, two decks, and Finance. 5 acres or
You can have it all. Life balance. I I ness. Has compressor and readers are hereby informed no pets. 850-638-7009 more for houses only,
Competitive salary. Bar-setting benefits. Successful applicant lifts. Downtown Chipley. that all dwellings advertised For Rent- 2BR Trailer with wooded & pasture. 3 miles
Recruiting now for the following positions for our will be subject to Call 638-1234, after 5pm, in this newspaper are availa- C let ri e On 7utn ., nH
Marianna, FL service area: pre-employment drug- 1638-7370 bie on a equal opportunity A.C. & electric heat. One .,
Registered Nurse test. basis. To complain of dis- Mattox Spring Rd in Pate Rd., Beadle Rd., Duncan
S Physical Therapist crimination call HUD toll-free Pond. 535-2657. Community Rd., Buddy
SPhysical Therapist Assistant Only qualfi ed appI. Eecut ffe pae 1-800-66-9777. The Mobile Homes for rent in Rd., (4) five acres (8) ter
*Speech Language Pathologist I cirs 'ii be cCon-a.r I for lease on Brickyard I impaired is Cottondale on Sapp Road, acres (5) eight acres.
Occupational Therapist eeI I Rd. Great location i .00-927-9275. 8 miles east of Chipley. Owner financing or cash.
Certified Occupational Therapist Assistant across from Chipley 3BR/2BA and 2BR/2BA Low down payment, low
To apply or view a listing of positions available, please visit www. EQUAL OPPORTUNITY I High School. 638-7700 I available. Total electric, monthly payments. Cal
amedisys.com or contact Kim Baldwin, Recruiting Manager at I EMPLOYER AND DRUG I www.chipleyofficefor ,J (850)258-4868; 209-8847 Milton Peel for informratior
(866) 646-0407. AND SMOKEFREE lease.com www.charloscountryliv- 850-638-1858
EOEM/F/DN WORKPLACE. .L - - - I ngcom

7160 8110
1995 3BR/2BA Dou-
blewide, 28x60. Needs 1978 Lincoln Mark V,
moving. Fireplace, new 59,385 actual miles, great
A/C. $30,000. 547-7400. condition, asking $3,000.
Call 850-638-1484. If not
available leave message.
14x70 3BR/2BA with new
carpet. $14,900. Call Brad, John P 525, 46-deck cut
850-763-7780. conasket motor, 275 hours
very fast cutting asking
16x80 3BR/2BA with new $1,275. Call 850-638-1484.
carpet. Call Brad, If not available leave mes-
850-763-7780 or toll free sage

24x52 Doublewide, 2000 1990 Chev
model with fireplace.
$28,900. Call Brad toll free, Tracker
1-866-732-7607. 4wd great gas mileage
$2000 535-5751 or
28x52 Doublewide, 2003 850-258-9929
model. Zone III, good
shape. Call Brad,

Great Deal! 32x80 (2400 8130
Sq.Ft), 4BR/2BA with
gameroom & fireplace.
2002 model with plywood 2002 Chevrolet 1500 HD
floors, $39,900. Yes, only 4-DR 4x4. 188,000 miles.
$39,900! Bank wants it $7900. Call 334-726-4967.
GONEl. Call Brad,
2002 Chevy Avalanche,
--119,903 miles, sealed bid
S vehicle, pick up bid form
from Community South
Credit Union, 1044 Hwy
90 East, Chipley, bid clos-
ing date: Feb 11,2008.

S CREATIONAL For Sale 2006 Ford F 150
XLT V8, loaded, 12,300
8100 Antique & Collectibles miles. Phone
8120 Sports Utility Vehicles 850-547-3807 If not
r 8130 Trucks available leave message
8140 Vans
s 8150 Commercial
6 8160 Motorcycles
l 8170 -Auto Parts -
1 & Accessoriaes
8210 Boats
8220 Personal Watercraft 8170
8230 Sailboats
8240 Boat & Marine We sell engines and
Supplies transmissions with war-
V 8310 Aircraft/Aviation
I 8320 ATV/Off Road Vehicles ranty. Located in Chipley.
8330 Campers & Trailers Call Ricky 850-638-9136
8340 Motorhomes


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C&C Bookkeeping and Sod For Sale on the farm,
Tax Servickkee Open days J&J Cabinet Shop. For all delivered or installed. Cen-
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Engines & Transmissions I E L ST A
Reconditioned automotive For Rent first in Chipley,
engines & transmissions Mini Warehouses. If you
with two year warranty. Income Tax don't have the room, "We
Call Charlie @ Do" Lamar Townsend
850-547-1210 Mamie's Tax Service (850)638-4539, north of
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Headliners and Vinyl refund transfers. 1098 Or- Mini Storage in Chipley.
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rates on new vinyl tops (850)326-2399
and auto carpeting. Free
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leave message. (850) W 21ESRC
638-7351 6
__ Light housekeeping and
Sod Sod Sod Quality you cooking, with experience.
can depend on. Irrigated, References if requested.
weed & pest controlled. Call Sue 850-638-7928
d & W QUALITY TRIM Centipede and St. Augus-
S & W QUALITY TRIM tine. Delivery and installa- Sewing Machine and Vac-
Specializing in Interior tion available. 8 miles SW uum Cleaner Repair, guar-
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Framing, Remodeling. tomer hauling. Call any- makes and models. Free
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Bottom Prices!" 25x30 Now $4800.
25x40 $6100. 30x40 $7300. 35x50
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