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Rick Warden (NPA)
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Greg Hutching (Rep)
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'Calvin Stevenson (Dem)
Sandra M. Cook (Rep)
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Linda Hayes Cook (Dem)
Malcolm Gainey (Rep)
* PROPERTYAPPRAISER
Gil Carter (Dem)
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*COUNTY
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Donnie Strickland (Dem)
Hilton Kelly (Rep)
District 3
Charles Brock (Dem)
District 5
James E. Guy (Rep)
Ronnie B. Finch (Dem)
John A. Harmon (Dem)
Bill Howell (Rep)
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Dr. Zafar indicted in federal court


JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afelsberg@chipleypaper.com
A former Chipley physician has
been indicted in federal court.
Dr. Muhammad Ishaq Zafar, 63,
has been indicted for allegedly con-
spiring to defraud the United
States, among other charges. Zafar
and Dr. Mohammed Tariq Rand-
hawa, 64, of Hornell, N.Y., are
charged in a 10-count indictment.


Dr. Muhammad,
Ishaq Zafar is
described by U.S.
Attorney's Office
as a fugitive.

Zafar is described in the U.S.
Attorney's Office news release as a
fugitive. The Internal Revenue
Service raided his offices in Chip-


ley and Bonifay about three years
ago, but none of the parties
involved provided any information
at that time. He left the area some
time ago and his practices are in
other hands.
Charges include conspiracy to
operate an unlicensed money
transmitting business, conspiracy
to defraud the United States for
the purpose of impeding the lawful
government functions of the IRS
in the collection of revenue, oper-


Jay Felsberg WCI 1
Mayor Al Mani is sworn in by City Clerk Sherry Cobb on Thursday in Vernon.





Welcome aboard


New Vernon mayor,, council members sworn in


JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afelsberg@chipleypaper.com
VERNON Vernon has two
new officeholders following Tues-
day's municipal election.
Al Mani was sworn in as mayor
on Thursday, and Narvel Arm-
strong, Gwen March and Peggy
Dobbins were sworn in as council
members.
Mani defeated former Mayor
James Boswell 123-62 on his first
attempt at elected office in Ver-
non. Dobbins won her first term as
council member with 133 votes,
the most votes for a council mem-
ber. She replaces John Paul Cook,
Jr., who did not win re-election.
Incumbent Gwen March (129
votes) and Council President
Narvel Armstrong (104 votes)
were re-elected. They join Vivian
Brewer and Junior McKeithen on
city council.
Mani is a relative newcomer to
Vernon, but his wife of 46 years,
Merle Gilmore Mani, is a native of
the area. He met her while serving
at Tyndall Air Force Base. Mani is
a native of northern Illinois and
besides being in the Air Force, he
worked for 33 years as a computer
technician.
The Manis spent several years
traveling the country in a recre-
ational home before returning to
Vernon about three years ago to
build a home. Mani started com-
ing to council meetings about


Al Mani Narvel Peggy Gwen
Armstrong Dobbins March


Final vote totals:
Mayor
Al Mani 123
James Boswell 62
City Council
Peggy Dobbins 133
Gwen March 129
Narvel Armstrong 104
Oscar Ward 56
Perry Holley 39
Wayne Adams 24
John Paul Cook, Jr. 22


18 months ago and took an inter-
est in civic affairs.
"I thought we could do some
good," he said.
Mani hopes that council meet-
ings are more civil after a period of
conflict between various factions
in the city that have often been
played out at council'meetings.
"There are always going to be
differences, but it should be an
orderly process," he said.
With many changes going on in


chipleypaper.com
Photo gallery and
Video of Vernon
city council


Vernon, including the planned
four-laning of State 79 between
State 20 and Interstate 10 that
would effectively eliminate down-
town Vernon, Mani joins other cit-
izens as being concerned about the
future of the city.
"I want Vernon to thrive," he
said. Mani also noted he appreci-
ated the work of the Vernon His-
torical Society in preserving the
city's past.
"I like the small-town atmos-
phere," he said. "I don't want a big
town."
Above all, Mani said he wants
to help rebuild Vernon's image
after the recent controversy.
"I want to put Vernon on the
map for good things," he said.


ating an unlicensed money trans-
mitting business, filing false tax
returns, failing to file a tax return
and making false statements.
The suspects utilized a pur-
ported tax-exempt charitable
organization, "Pak-American
Islamic Cultural Corporation Inc."
(PAICCI), as an unlicensed money
transmitting business "to transfer
funds from the United States to
See DOCTOR, page 2


Downtown

merchants

organizing

JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afelsberg@chipleypaper.com
CHIPLEY A Chipley Down-
town Merchants Association is being
organized. T'udee Wills, co-owner of
the Historic Chipley Antique Mall
with her husband, Gene, made the
announcement Thursday night at the
regular meeting-.,pf Chipley City
Council.
"We're going to try and get the
merchants going again," she told the
council. A meeting will be held
Thursday, March 20 at 5:15 p.m. at
The Den at 1361 S. Railroad Ave.
"'We will discuss formation of a
merchants association and planning
of upcoming events for the down-
town area," Wills said. For informa-
tion, call her at 638-2535.
Another organization asked the
city for help. Thomas Smith told the
council that Fresh Start Coalition is
having its annual rally at the TJ.
Roulhac Enrichment and Activity
Center. The rally will include a bicy-
cle race, a basketball championship
for church youth groups, and other
activities.
Smith asked the council for help to
get the old track ready, and City
Administrator Jim Morris said that
City workers would check the track
out before the rally. Smith said that
bicycle helmets are also needed and
officials are needed for the events.
For more information, call 638-7884.
Smith also reported that the Mar-
tin Luther King, Jr. parade and cere-
mony were a big success. He told the
council that next year's parade would
follow the City's route.
In other business, the council:
Approved a resolution closing
certain state roads for parades and
special events. The Chief of Police
would contact the Department of
Transportation for road closures.
Heard that the City is hosting
the Northwest Florida League of
Cities meeting and dinner at Pattillo's
Restaurant at Washington-Holmes
Tech Center on Thursday, March 20
at 6 p.m.
Approved a resolution terminat-
ing a gas supply agreement.
Heard that the fire department
is selling Boston butts as a fundraiser.
The butts are $20 each and can be
picked up at the fire department on
March 21. For tickets see council
member Cheryl McCall or any fire-
fighter.
Approved appointing McCall,
who is the council's fire department
liaison, as a City representative on
the new county fire committee. Fire
Chief Floyd Aycock is already a
member.


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2 Saturday, March 15, 2008 Washington County News


Chipley eyes annual Community Easter Egg Hunt


CHIPLEY Spring has sprung
so hop on down for the annual
Community Easter Egg Hunt in the
Park for children through fourth
grade. The Washington County
Chamber of Commerce has
donated hundreds of candy filled
Easter eggs. Several area-wide
churches will be donating their time
and resources to provide crafts,
games, food and fun for everyone.
Make plans to join in the fun Sat-
urday, March 22 at Shivers Park
from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Remember to


take your Easter baskets.
Free hamburgers or hot dogs
served from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30
p.m., while supplies last. Popcorn,
snow cones, a jumping house and a
giant slide will also be available.
Shivers Park is at 500 5th Street in
Chipley. For more information call
First Baptist Chipley at 638-1830.

Bonifay bake sale
Bonifay Woman's Club will hold
an Easter bake sale from 8 a.m. to 1


p.m. Thursday, March 20. It will be
held at the Club House, 212 E. Vir-
ginia Ave. (brick building beside the
courthouse parking lot) in Bonifay.

Church Easter party
First Baptist Church of Bonifay is
hosting a different kind of Easter
party for 2008 on Saturday, March
22, from 9 a.m. until noon at the
church's Sand Path property on the
comer of Sand Path Road and Pan-
handle Lane. The children of the


church invites the community in the
Sand Path area to celebrate the res-
urrection of Jesus Christ. There will
be an Easter egg hunt, games, give-
aways, food and all-around whole-
some fellowship.

Eldridge park egg hunt
Children through six grade are
invited to the first ever community
wide egg hunt being held at the new
D.D. Eldridge Recreation Park in
Prosperity, on Saturday, March 22,


beginning at 10 a.m.
Several area churches are com-
bining their resources and will be
hiding thousands of candy filled
Easter eggs. Kids can also register
for bikes and filled Easter baskets to
be given away. There will be musical
entertainment and a short message
on the true meaning of Easter.
The park is on County 181, at the
old Prosperity school.
For additional information call
Eddie Eaton at 956-4100, or Stacy
Stafford at 956-3082.


James Guy runs for


County Commissioner


James Guy has announced his candidacy
for County Commissioner District 5. *
"I will be running as
a Republican candi-
date," Guy said in a
news release.
"I was born on Pio-
neer Road, just east of
Wausau on March 14,
1945. All my family
roots are in Washington
County. I owned and
James Guy operated Guy Con-
struction Company and
Guy Brothers Roofing in Pensacola, for


over 25 years before moving back to Wash-
ington County in 1984. I recently retired
from the US Postal Service as a rural mail
carrier on the south end of the county.
"I am pastor of Shepherds Gate Church,
at 1915 Ferguson Road, Sunny Hills.
"If elected, I will be a full time County
Commissioner and will bring integrity,
trust, honesty, and reliability back to the
County Commission.
"More information in detail can be
obtained at my Web site, Jamesguycam-
paign.homestead.com.
I can be contacted also by e-mail at
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ARRESTS RECORDS


The Washington County Sheriff's
Office announces the following sentences
in a news release Wednesday.
Roslyn Mark Bryant, 47, black male,
from the Chipley area. Bryant, who one
month after being released from prison,
was arrested on burglary, grand theft,
petty theft and criminal mischief charges.
Bryant was sentenced to 30 years with the
Department of Corrections for his 2007
arrest.
Jon Phillip Garvin, 19, white male
from the Chipley area. Garvin was
sentenced to 15 years Department of
Corrections for his 2007 arrest on sexual
assault charges on a victim under the age
of 12.
Thomas Nelson, 27, white male from
the Ponce de Leon area. Nelson was
sentenced to 7 years Department of
Corrections, as well as, over $100,000 in
fines for his 2003 arrest on the trafficking
of methamphetamines and possession of
cocaine charges. Nelson will follow his
sentence with 3 years probation.
Erick Jones, 37, black male, from the
Caryville area. Jones was sentenced to 4
years Department of Corrections for his
2007 arrest for the burglary of the
Riverstop convenience store in Caryville.
Teri Wicker, 45, white female, from the
Caryville area. Wicker was sentenced to 2
years Department of Corrections for her
2006 arrest on resisting an officer with
violence charges.
Yardley Potter, 31, black male from the


DOCTOR
Continued from page 1

Pakistan for the benefit of family members,
organizations operated by family members,
and friends of individuals-who contributed
moneys to PAICCI and with filing false tax
return forms on behalf of PAICCI," accord-
ing to the news release.
Auhtorities allege Zafar annually filed
with the IRS a fraudulent form to disguise
the PAICCI's true activities and to make it
appear as if PAICCI donations were
charitable donations.
The indictment charges that Zafar
"caused more than $500,000 to be con-
tributed to PAICCI and transferred approx-
imately that same amount to alleged donors'
family members, organizations operated by
family members and friends."
According to the indictment, Zafar and
Randhawa created a. "sham donation" to
PAICCI of real property owned by Rand-
hawa, and then attempted to conceal the
nature of the real property donation. The


Ebro area. Potter was sentenced to 1
year, 1 day Department of Corrections
for his 2006 arrest on armed trespassing
charges.
Yvette Richards, 45, white female from
the Chipley area. Richards was sentenced
to 18 months Department of Corrections
for her 2007 arrest on fraud charges.
Desiree Lincoln, 26, white female from
the Jacksonville area. Lincoln was
sentenced to 54 months Department of
Corrections for her 2005 arrest on grand
theft charges.
Wilburn Steverson, 47, white male
from the Bonifay area. Steverson was
sentenced to 1 year, 1 day Department of
Corrections for his 2007 arrest on
possession of cocaine charges.
Ronald Mills, 26, white male from the
Panama City area. Mills was sentenced to
3 years Department of Corrections for his
2008 arrest on burglary charges.
"This is another round of successful
endings on some long, hard fault cases
for the sheriff's office and State
Attorney's Office" said Sheriff Bobby
Haddock in the new release. "These
represent countless man hours by our
officers which allowed us to pass the
baton to Assistant State Attorney
Barbara Finch to present strong cases
and succeed in getting tough sentences
for habitual offenders. Our mark of
success is when we can work together and
remove those people who represent the
biggest threat to our community."


indictment alleges both Zafar and Rand-
hawa made false statements and representa-
tions to IRS agents concerning the nature of
the contributions made to PAICCI, the
transfer of those moneys to specific individ-
uals or entities in Pakistan, how PAICCI
contributions were distributed and to whom
and the true circumstances of the real
property c6 tributions to PAICCI.
If convicted of all counts counts, Zafar
faces a total maximum of 33 years imprison-
ment and $2.1 million in fines.
Randhawa was arrested by federal agents
in Hornell. Arraigned in U.S. District Court
in Panama City, his trial has been scheduled
for July 7. If convicted of all counts, Rand-
hawa faces a total maximum of 20 years
imprisonment and $1 million in fines.
This indictment is the result of a multi-
year joint federal and state investigation
conducted by the IRS, the Federal Bureau
of Investigation, U.S. Immigration and Cus-
toms Enforcement, the Florida Department
of Law Enforcement, and the Panama City
Police Department, according to the news
release. Assistant United States Attorney
Stephen M. Kunz of the Tallahassee
Division is prosecuting the case.


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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

The Planning & Zoning Commission of the City of Chipley, Florida, will
conduct a public hearing at Chipley City Hall Council Chambers, 1442
Jackson Avenue, on Thursday, March 27, 2008 at 9:00 a.m. The purpose
of this hearing is to review and consider a request for a variance- The
purpose is to allow the construction of a addition onto an existing home
that does not meet the required minimum property setbacks for residential
use. Location: 1290 Wells Avenue, Chipley, Florida 32428. Parcel ID #:
001915-0000. Petitioner: Tom & Virgie Bowen. Legal Description: Sec-
tion 4, Township 4, Range 13, Chipley. Florida, Washington County.

The subject property is more specifically designated in the map reflected
herein: Cpyrlgho202S.qPublhr.m
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Project Location
All citizens and interested parties are encouraged to attend the public hear-
ing. Any inquiries regarding the public hearing or any person requiring
special accommodations due to disability or physical impairment, includ-
ing speech or hearing impairments, should contact the city administrator's
office at (850) 638-6350 at least three (3) business days prior to the hear-
ing.

Jim Lassiter Code Enforcement Officer


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Washington County News 0 Saturday, March 15, 2008 3


Taunton children's home has good foundation


CHIPLEY David
Taunton, a County Judge for
20 years in Gulf County was
the guest speaker at Tues-
day's Kiwanis meeting.
Judge Taunton discussed
aspects of a children's home
he started in 1979 in
Wewahitchka called Taunton
House. It has been home to
over 300 children over the
years. Some children stay for
a short time but approxi-
mately 75 have been raised
from childhood through
college.
He explained that girls
and boys are residents in
one of three houses that
make up the campus of the
children's home. He and his
wife have been house par-
ents of one of the homes for
29 years. Volunteers are
house parents of the other
two houses on campus. Up
to 30 children can live on
campus at any one time.
The Taunton House is
guided by love and the love
of God according to
Taunton. They believe in
looking at children to see
what they could be instead
of what they have been.
Taunton explained that he
had 12 siblings, grew up in a
house with no electricity but
always had plenty to eat
from the family garden or
farm animals. His parents
believed in sacrificial love
and the nine T'hunton chil-
dren that lived to adulthood
are all college graduates.
All Taunton House work-
ers are volunteers and all
expenses are funded from
public donations, church


All Taunton
House workers
are volunteers
and all expenses
are funded from
public donations,
church donations
and donations
from
organizations
similar to the
Kiwanis Club.

donations and donations
from organizations similar
to the Kiwanis Club. The
annual budget is between
$250,000 and $300,000.
For more information on
how to volunteer or make a
donation call (850) 814-
8931. The public can visit the
facility any time at 200
Taunton Family Road, four
miles outside Wewahitchka.
The mailing address is P.O.
Box 870, Wewahitchka, FL.
During the meeting, Patsy
Justice, Young Children/Pri-
ority One committee chair,
presented a $1,000 Kiwanis
donation to Judge Taunton
for the children's home.
LaMerle Feitsma, Com-
munity Services committee
chair presented a $100 to
Bill Howell of PBS&J for a
Relay For Life track sign.
Local businessman Paul
Goulding of the Goulding
agency was inducted as a new
member of the Kiwanis
Club.


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Chipley Kiwanis meeting


Contributed photos Community Services committee chairwoman
David Taunton, a County Judge for 20 years in Gulf LaMerle Feitsma presents a $100 check to Bill
County, was speaker at Tuesday's Kiwanis meeting. Howell of PBS&J for a Relay For Life track sign.


Paul Goulding of the Goulding Agency is inducted as a new
member of the Kiwanis Club. From left, sponsor Jim Town,
Paul Goulding and David Solger, membership committee
chairman.


Patsy Justice, Young Children/Priority One
committee chairwoman, presents a $1,000
Kiwanis donation to Judge David Taunton of
the Taunton House children's home.


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PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE (07.02)

2nd Public Hearing Notice

Washington County is applying to the Florida Department of Community Affairs (DCA) for a grant.
under the Economic Development category in the amount of $750,000.00 under the Small Cities
Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Program. For each activity that is proposed, at
least 70% of the funds must benefit low and moderate income persons. The activities, dollar
amounts and estimated percentage benefit to low and moderate income persons for which
Washington County is applying are:
ACTIVITY DOLLAR AMOUNT % BENEFIT TO LMI PERSONS
Street Improvements $600,000.00 70%
Administration $60,000.00 N/A
Engineering $90,000.00 N/A
The activity is Street Improvements for an Economic Development project. The road will actually
be an access road to a large concrete pipe manufacture that is expanding their business to be
located off Highway 273 in Washington County
Washington County plans to minimize displacement of persons as a result of CDBG funded
activities in the following manner: No displacement will occur due to these activities. However,
the County has a displacement plan to assist residents should the need arise.
A public hearing to provide citizens an opportunity to comment on the application will be held
at Washington County Commission Building, 1331 South Boulevard, Chipley, Florida, 32428,
on Monday, March 24, 2008 at 4 p.m. local time. A draft copy of parts of the application will
be available for review at that time. A final copy of the application will be made available at the
Commission Building on Monday through Friday during normal business hours no more than
five (5) days after April 3, 2008. The application will be submitted to DCA on or before April 3,
2008. To obtain additional information concerning the application and the public hearing contact
County Administrator, Peter S. Herbert, County Commission Building, 1331 South Boulevard,
Chipley, Florida 32428, phone # 850-638-6200.
The public hearing will be conducted in a handicapped accessible location. Non-English
speaking, deaf, or visually impaired persons needing an interpreter or any handicapped person
requiring special accommodation should contact County Administrator, Peter S. Herbert at 850-
638-6200 at least five calendar days prior to the meeting. To access a Telecommunications
Device for Deaf Persons (TDD) please call Peter S. Herbert at 850-638-6200.
Pursuant to Section 102 of the HUD Reform Act of 1989, the following disclosures will be
submitted to DCA with the application. The disclosures will be made available by Washington
County and DCA for public inspection upon request. These disclosures will be available on and
after the date of submission of the application and shall continue to be available for a minimum
period of five years.
1. Other government (federal, state and local) assistance to the project in the form of a
gift, grant, loan, guarantee, insurance payment, rebate, subsidy, credit, tax benefit, or
any other form of direct or indirect benefit by source and amount;
2. The identities and pecuniary interests of all developers, contractors, or consultants
involved in the application for assistance or in the planning or development of the
project or activity;
3. The identities and pecuniary interests of any other persons with a pecuniary interest
in the project that can reasonably be expected to exceed $50,000 or 10% of the grant
request (whichever is lower);
4. For those developers, contractors, consultants, property owners, or others listed in
two (2) or three (3) above which are corporations, or other entities, the identification
and pecuniary interests by corporation or entity of each officer, director, principal
stockholder, or other official of the entity;
5. The expected sources of all funds to be provided to the project by each of the providers
of those funds and the amount provided; and
6. The expected uses of all funds by activity and amount.

WASHINGTON COUNTY IS A FAIR HOUSING, EQUAL OPPORTUNITY AND
HANDICAPPED RESPONSIVE JURISDICTION.


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seminar


Officers receive |

free 'live fire' course J


CHIPLEY Washing-
ton Holmes Technical Cen-
ter recently hosted a spe-
cialized training seminar
for local law enforcement
officers according to- a
news release.
The training consisted
of live fire exercises, build-
ing entry/searches, and
first responder to active
shooter scenarios at school
campuses.
The instructor for the
course, Johnny Davis, is a
28-year veteran specializ-
ing in military special ops
and law enforcement
tactical training. He has
just returned from a tour in
Iraq where he has been
helping to establish secu-
rity forces there.
Davis volunteered his
services for this training
event which allowed the
course to be offered free of
charge to those that
attended.
"To get a subject matter
expert like Mr. Davis in
here is an honor and for
him to offer his services for
free. was the icing on the
cake" said Greg Hutching


The instructor
for the course,
Johnny Davis, is
a 28-year
veteran
specializing in
military special
ops and law
enforcement
tactical training.

who organized the training
event. "We acknowledge
the commitment these offi-
cers are making and want
to provide the best training
possible to assist them in
their duties."
A portion of the training
was held in an unused
portion of the old Vernon
High School.
Major Harry Hamilton
of the Holmes County
Sheriff's Office was
instrumental in setting up
the March 5-6 training'
event.


The Washington
Holmes
Technical
Center's
specialized
training seminar
consisted of
live fire
exercises,
building
entry/searches,
and first
responder to
active shooter
scenarios at
school
campuses.
More photos at
www.chipley
paper.com


THAT'S ENTERTAINMENT


Runyeon to perform Gospel of Mark


CHIPLEY Television and film star
Frank Runyeon will bring his acclaimed per-
formance of the Gospel of Mark to First
Presbyterian Church in Chipley for one night
only, on Thursday, March 20, at 6 p.m.
Performance is,free but donations will be
appreciated. For more information, call First
Presbyterian Church at 638-1629 or Barbara


Russell at 638-1314 or (850) 345-8737.
CHS performs Music Man
CHIPLEY -. Chipley High School's
music and drama students will perform
"The Music Man" on April 25-26, at the
CHS auditorium. Tickets will be on sale
soon.


TECH TIPS

Basic education' tech
tips:
Terry McDonald is one
of Washington-Holmes
Technical Center's Adult
Education Instructors.
Terry graduated from
Walton Senior High ,
School. She obtained her
B.S. Degree from Florida
State University
in Economics and
then went to
work for the
Hilton
Corporation in
Atlanta for the
next five years.
McDonald
returned home to
work at her
mother, Kathy Terry
Foster's McDor
newspaper. She
started working with
Washington-Holmes
Technical Center in
January 2006 and teaches
the Adult Education
Classes in Holmes County
and the evening High
School Credit Recovery
classes at WHTC.
She offers these tips:

Homework helpers
While parents are
concerned with their
children's progress in
school, many are unsure of
how to help them do well.
Here are several key ways
to promote success in
school:

Keep in contact with
your child's teacherss.
Either email or telephone
them to find out about
homework, tests, and your
child's work habits in
school.
Keep a dictionary
along with extra pencils
and paper at home.
. Have your child


divide homework into
"What I can do myself"
and "What I need help
with" to build
responsibility and manage
time.
Look over completed
work fo see how well your
child understands the
assignment arid that the
assignment is
complete.
9 Schedule
homework time.
Allow the child
to unwind
immediately after
school but don't
postpone
homework until
: just before bed
or Sunday
lid evenings. This
can cause a
hectic schedule and an
incomplete work product.
Praise your child for
setting homework goals
and accomplishing them.
Homework may not be
the highlight of the day,
but these tips can help the
time be less stressful and
more productive.
Expand vocabulary
Where does the average
American learn most of
their words? Not from
television or talking.
Research shows that most
people's vocabulary is
learned through reading.
Most Americans only use
a small set of words when
they talk, roughly 400
words in everyday speech.
With about 87,000
frequently used words,
that leaves a large gap in
learning. ,
By sixth grade, most
people have been exposed
to about 10,000 of these
words.
Reading can help you
fill in the vocabulary gap.


Even reading to your
children can help.
Children's books have a
higher number of different
words used; roughly
627 words, compared the
average adult's vocabulary.'
In order to learn more
frequently used words, you
should read.
Choosing a book
Reading is one of the
best ways to encourage
learning, but how can you
choose just the right book
for your child? Keep in
minds a few guidelines and
your child will be enjoying
a wonderful book in no
time.
If your child has a
preference, let them
choose their book.
Find books that relate
to your child's interests.
Swap books with
friends and family.
Take your child to the
library, it costs nothing for
a library card and exposes
you and your child to a
wonderful supply of
reading material.
Look for books that
can be read aloud.
Have fun! Change
voices for characters and
be animated.
Children enjoy
reading some books
over...again and again.
Reading opens up new,
worlds, so enjoy them with
your child.
Washington-Holmes
Technical Center offers
24 career and technical
programs.
The program instructors
have years of knowledge
and expertise in their
career areas.
Each week, we will
feature technical advice
from our program
instructors.


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Washington County News 0 Saturday, March 15, 2008 5


2003
5 years ago
Samantha Raney rode a
scooter in the St. Jude
fund-raiser, "Wheels for
Life," held at the old
Chipley High School.
Ron Walsingham retired
from the job he had held
for 30 years. He was a
major with the Florida
Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission.
Savannah Marie
Bennett of Graceville and
Danielle Renee Carter of
Chipley were selected as
contestants for the Florida
Watermelon Queen
competition to be held in
Panama City.
Orange Hill Soil and
Water donated $3,000 to
Vernon Recreation
Association.
David Solger was guest
speaker at Chipley
Kiwanis Club. He talked
about diving and the
unusual things he had
found underwater.

1998
10 years ago
Vernon third-graders
ended a study on China
with an authentic Chinese
feast in the school
cafeteria. Their parents
were guests.
Taking first place in
their divisions at the VES
Hoop Shoot were Angel
Wilson, 10-11 group, and
Rebecca Hernandez, ages
8-9.
Bubba's Famous Hot
Dogs opened in downtown
Chipley.
Kalan Miller, 7, and


CHIPLEY Washington
County Board of Commis-
sioners will hold a special
called meeting at 8 a.m. on
Thursday, March 27, at their
regular meeting place, 1331
South Blvd. in Chipley.
The meeting will convene
in public session, after
which there will be an Exec-
utive Session for the pur-
pose of discussing settle-
ment negotiation, strategy
and litigation expenditure
in two matters of pending
litigation.
According to the chair-
man Joel Pate,, the only per-
sons permitted to attend the
Executive Session are:
Board members, the Chief


Casey Waymire, 10,
earned brown belts in the
Yoshukai Karate Dojo.

1988
20 years ago
Workers removing a
portion of the sidewalk
next to the News building
found a one-cent stamp in
a vent in front of the
Porter building. It was in
bad shape after its long
stay in the vent.
Joe Strickland of
Chipley was chosen for a
special leadership training
program. He was a student
at the Florida School for
the Deaf and Blind.
Local Boy Scouts
helped clean up Harrell
Square. They were
sponsored for a special
award by Chipley Garden
Club.

1978
30 years ago
Chipley City
Councilmen reminded the
railroad of an ordinance
requiring trains traveling
through town to keep their
maximum speed to 15
miles per hour.
Caryville Mayor Calvitt
Walker was finance
chairman for the Council on
Aging's board of directors.


Administrative Officer of
the Board, the Board's
attorneys, and an official
court reporter.
Following the special ses-
sion, the Board will recon-
vene in public session for the
purpose of 'aking any offi-
cial action required and for
adjourning the meeting.

Boston butt sale
orders being taken
A Boston butt sale will be
held, with proceeds going to
the Tri-County Home
Builder's Community Ser-
vice Fund. Funds are used to
build wheel chair ramps and
make homes handicap


A Vernon team won the
District II championship
in a "brain brawl"
competition.
Vernon Mayor Harrell
Sapp retained his seat
during the 1978 election.
Also returned to their
posts were incumbent
councilmen, Audrey
Sexton and Coy Brock.

1963
45 years ago
William (Minch)
Minchum and Ann Kelley
were elected'senior
laureates by the Chipley
High School faculty.
Robert Earl Berry of
Chipley received a six-
month appointment to
work as an aide at the
White House. He would
serve Congressman Bob
Sikes.

1953
55 years ago
Chipley High School
glee club was iated
Superior in every event it
entered at the West
Florida Music Festival in
Pensacola. Richard
Warren was director.
James Thomas Owens
of Orlando was the
weekend guest of his
parents, Mr. and Mrs.


accessible for individuals
that are in need.
Boston butts are $25 each
and can be picked up on
April 11 at Hy-Temp Gas or
in Marianna at Woodall's
Total Comfort Heating &
Cooling.
To purchase one, call
Debbie at 638-4436, Sass at
638-2200 or Tammy at 482-
8802.

County plans
FEMA meeting
CHIPLEY -The Wash-
ington County Planning
Department will hold a
FEMA Multi-Hazard Map
Modernization Scoping


Jodie Owens.
Janie Hall Scarlett of
Panama City visited her
mother, Mrs. R.F Scarlett
and family.

1928
80 years agoo
C.R. Harris opened a
general repair shop of
North Sixth Street. He
planned to do
upholstering, make picture
frames and repair
furniture.
Mary Nan Harrell
served as hostess when a
number of her friends had
Sunday dinner at the
home of her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J.P. Harrell. They
were celebrating the
youngster's birthday.

1908
100 years ago
A story predicted that
the 1908 crop of
candidates would be large
and the "dear people
would be promised all
sorts of things."
County solicitor A.D.
Carmichael spent Monday
in Vernon.
Also spending time in
Vernon were attorneys
H.H. Wells and I.A.
Hutchison, who were
transacting business.


meeting at 10 a.m., March
19, in the annex meeting
room, 1331 South Blvd. in
Chipley.
For more information,
call Connie Anderson, Plan-
ning Department, 415-5093.

Sunny Hills MSBU
Committee to meet
Special meeting of the
Sunny Hills MSBU Advi-
sory Committee on Wednes-
day, March 19 at 6:30 p.m.,
Wilder Park Pavilion 3680
Gables Blvd., Sunny Hills, to
consider a recommendation
for appointment to replace a
vacant seat on the Advisory
Committee.


PET TALK



Bath is not


a dirty word


Your dog may howl at
the word 'bath,' but it
doesn't have to be a
four-letter word.
Janet Broadhead, a
veterinary technician at
Texas A&M University's
College of Veterinary
Medicine & Biomedical
Sciences, says a pet bath
also can be an important
step in a preventative
health care routine.
"Bathing every couple of
weeks really helps with skin
odor and skin problems,"
says Broadhead. "It also
keeps the dog's coat shiny
and healthy."
A dog with short hair
that doesn't go outside
much can go a little longer
than two weeks between
baths, but a longhaired dog
that rolls in the dirt every
afternoon may need to be
bathed more often, she
believes.
Broadhead also says
seasons may affect bathing
regularity. "In the winter,
we find that they can go a
little longer in-between
baths because they tend
not to get as dirty," she
notes.
Just changing Rover's
shampoo may help to ease
his bathing discomfort.
There are many dog
shampoos on the market,
but some may not be right
for your pet.
"Bathing too often can
dry the coat and skin out,
so we like to use
moisturizing shampoos,"
says Broadhead. If your
dog suffers from a medical
skin condition, you may
need to see your
veterinarian who might
prescribe a special
shampoo.
"If your dog doesn't
have a medical skin
condition, you should
consider frequency of
bathing and your dog's
individual skin and coat
type when choosing the
shampoo that is best for
your pet," she advises.
Ear care is an essential,
but often overlooked,
concern that should be
included in your pet's
bathing ritual.
Broadhead says the
regularity of ear care
should depend on the dog


breed and its environment.
"Some breeds develop
ear problems more
regularly than others;
longer-flapped breeds like
cockers or labs or dogs that
get in the water a lot, may
need ear cleaning more
often," she adds.
Regardless of the breed,
Broadhead suggests that
dogs should have their ears
cleaned after baths.
"Ear cleaner contains a
drying agent that helps dry
the ears out after a bath
and keeps your pet from
developing any problems
such as infection,"
Broadhead says, 'A
veterinarian should clean
your pet's ears the first
time to ensure he doesn't
have any problems, and to
teach you how to clean
them at home."
Some dog owners may
also want to use bath time
to cure their dog's "death"
breath.
"Certain dogs seem to
attract tartar more than
others," says Broadhead.
"Your veterinarian can
help you decide whether
your dog can get by with a
yearly dental check-up."
If you are the owner of a
dog that needs cleaning
more often, or if you just
want to prevent tartar
buildup on your dog's
teeth, you can buy
toothpaste or rinses for
your dog at the
veterinarian's office.
Trimming your dog's
nails is usually the most
challenging of the
grooming tasks and most
detested by a dog, but
Broadhead says, "The
sooner the animal learns to
have his nails trimmed, the
better."
She suggests asking your
veterinarian for some basic
trimming advice and .
starting your pet off slowly,
just holding his paw at first.
"Gradually work up to
manipulating the nail,
getting him used to the
sound of the clippers, and
finally clipping the nails,"
says Broadhead. Another
tip is to make sure your
dog's nails are smooth
when you are done
trimming so they won't
snag on carpet,


DENTAL

EXTRACTIONS

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addresses of the Personal FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL IN AND FOR WASHING- YEAR OFISSUANCE05 2008. All of the following storage 3130 Auctions Dolittle; some framed I You catch catfish, $1.50
Representative and the CIRCUIT TON COUNTY DESCRIPTION OF PROP- units consist of household 3140 Baby Items I calendar prints, some I pound. Gilbert Catfish
Personal Representative's PROBATE DIVISION. CIVIL DIVISION ERTY: Parcel # Notice of Receipt of goods and unknown 3150 Building Supplies large wall paintings), Pond, located @ 2854
attorney are set forth be- CASE NO. 67-08-CP-24 CASE NO. 67 08 CA 050 01-0087-001 Stormwater Application items. 3160 -Business Western Collectibles Highiew Circle, Chipley,
wLot 15, Block 87,-of Sunny Unit # Tenant Equipment (Indian Mannequin Florida. Phone:
INRE:ESTATEOFKATHY 21ST MORTGAGE COR- Hills Unit 1, a subdivision Notice is hereby given that 3 Unknown 3170- Collectiblesmounted cow horns I 85038-8633.
B SCOT DECEASED PORATION according to the Plat pursuant to Chapter 373, 25 James Conway 3180- Computers mountedcowhorns 850-638
SAll creditors of the dece- B.SCOTT, DECEASED. PORTION, ac reco rd P3 James y 3190-Electronics small decor items), An-
dent and other persons, Plaintiff, thereof, as recorded in Plat Florida Statutes and Chap- 37 Mary Britt 3200- Firewood tique Furnishings:
who have claims or d- NOTICE TO CREDITORS Book 2, Pages 9 trougher 6-6 Fd d 56 Aleshia M. Bullock 3210- Free Passt On (Large double door a- your pod For co
mnds against decedent's vs. 27, of the Public Records istrative Code (FA.C.), the 58 Unknown 3220- Furniture Imoire with mirrors, oak pno le
estate, including unma- The Administration of the of Washington County, following applications for 69 Michael Daughtry 3230 Garage/Yard Sales secretary, medallions han
turned, contingent or unliq- Estate of KATHY B. PENNY M. POLLARD; Florida. an Individual Stormwater 79 Jennifer Myers 3240- Guns sofa) should furni-l c
updated claims, and who SCOTT, Deceased, File THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE NAME IN WHICH AS- Permit have been received 90 Scott Bell 3250 Good Thingsto Eat ture: holur fish, mosquito-fish band
Luis0 ,Ma-byteNorthws tFloa 3260- Health & Fitness (sleeperbas
have been served a copy No. 67-08-CP-24, is pend- OF PENNY M. POLLARD; SESSE: Louis Nigra, Ma- by the Northwest Florida 91 Timothy Rayborn 3260 -Health & Fitnessg Icouches and loveseats,
of this notice, must file ing in the circuit Court for IF LIVING, INCLUDING rie L Smith & Patricia A. Water Management Dis- As published n the Wash- 3270 Jewelry/Clothing couches and oveseats, (850)547-2215
their claims with this court Washington County, Flor- ANY UNKNOWN SPOUSE oncelli trict ington County News 3280 -EquMachinery curi cabinets). Printl
WITHIN THE LATER OF ida, Probate Division, the OF SAID DEFENDANT(S), Said property being in the Application #158, received March 15, 22, 2008. 3290 Medical Equipment I Material: (miscellaneous I Timothy Dean Miller will
THREE (3) MONTHS AF- address of which is P IF REMARRIED, AND IF county of Washington, February 12, 2008, from 3300 Miscellaneous books, Western maga- not be responsible for any
TER THE DATE OF THE Box 647, Chipley, Florida, DECEASED, THE RE- State of Florida. Unless LuisValencia, Luma Devel- 3310 Musical Instruments 'zine collection, 1980s, debts made by anyone
FIRST PUBLICATION OF 32428. The name and ad- SPECTIVE UNKNOWN such certificated shall be opment & Management, 3320 Plants & Shrubs/ Soap Opera Digest col- other than myself as of
THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY dress of the Personal Rep- HEIRS, DEVISEES, redeemed according to LLC, for development of 1100 Supplies election Record Collec- February 29,2008.
(30) DAYS AFTER THE resentative and the Per- GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES, thelawthe property de-Magnolia Cottages Subdi ---- --- 3330 Restaurantotl tion: 33 1/3album, in-
DATE OF SERVICE OF A sonal Representative's at- CREDITORS, LIENORS, scribed shall be sold to the vision, consisting of 9 sin- COLOR SELLS! 334 porting Goodsuy ell) | lauding Reader's Digest
COPY OF THIS NOTICE torney are set forth below. AND TRUSTEES, AND ALL highest bidder at the court- gle family lots with a road Get Your Classified Ad. ikets(Buy Sets and Elvis movies1
ON THEM. All creditors of the dece- OTHER PERSONS CLAIM- housedoor on March 25, and stormwater manage- I inS I albums). Jerry Johnson, I
dent and other persons ING BY, THROUGH, UN- 2008 at 10:00AM. ment facility on the north COLORI. I I Auctioneer, Florida Li-I 3310
All other creditors of the having claims or demands DER OR AGAINST THE Dated this19 day of Feb- side of Brickyard Rd., Call now for details; Business
decedent and other per- against decedent's estate, NAMED DEFENDANT(S); ruary 2008 about 500 feet east of S and benoticedl 3cense #205 Wanted paying cash, Pi-
sons who have claims or including unmatured, con- UNKNOWN TENANT #1; LINDA HAYES COOK 27 near Chipley. ma638-0212 For Sale: washer arid ------- anos, Hammond organs,
demands against dece- tingent or unliquidated UNKNOWN TENANT#2; CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT Interested persons may ordryer (electric). $50.00 guitars amps, banjos,
dent's estate, including un- claims, on whom a copyuof Defendant(s). COURGTON COUNTY, cm oren ubi awrpit - 547-94each o $100.00 foset mandolins, nOviolins,
matured, contingent or un- this notice is served must W ASHINGTON COUNTY, plications or a submit a wrt- Cont each or $100.00 for set.@ obos,roen or am
liquidated claims, must file file their claims with this NOTICE OF ACTION F CLORIDA ten request for a staff re- t850263-7974 aged okay. Bill Covington
EbY: J C Rogers, port containing proposed /f'=850-263-7974,ag
WITHIN THREE (3) OF THREE MONTHS AF- ,TO: PENNY M. POLLARD; Deputy Clerk agency action regarding \
MONTHS AFTER THE TER THE DATE OF THIS THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE WARNING: the application by writing .
DATEOFTHE FIRSTPUB-PUBLICATION OF THIS OF PENNY M. POLLARD; THERE ARE UNPAID the Northwest Florida &1 3170- -
LICATION OF THIS NO- NOTICE OR THIRTY DAYS IF LIVING, INCLUDING TAXES ON PROPERTY Water Management Dis- "UARI .
CTI N F H OTR IE O TR DAY F NVNO NC LU E WHICH YOU OWN IN trict'sERP Office, 800 Hos-Nwi3
TICE. AFTCE HE DATE OF ANY UNNWN N(SPUSE WHICH YOU HAVE LEGAL pital Dr., Crestview, FL. Crafters and Artisans n Beonsfaooking fnor e g
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO THISNOTICEONTHEM. IF REMARRIED, AND IF INTEREST THE PROP- Such comments or re-looking
FILED WILL BE FOREVER D THIS NOTIC E ON THEM. ICEASRRIED, THE RE- ERTY WILL BE SOLD AT quests must be received & ANIMAL wanted Let us sell your quality ocean used furniture AZALEAS, ma$187 Garde-
BARRED. All other creditors of the SPECTIVE UNKNOWN PUBLIC AUCTION ON by 5:00 p.m. within 14 2100- Pets signmentstore Bon and accessories. Turn $1.87. Frut Trees, $10.87
decedent and persons HEIRS, DEVISEES, March 25, 2008 UNLESS days from date of publica- 2110 Pets: Free to looking ftor handmade your item into cash, worry Flowering and shade trees
NOTWITHSTANDING THE having claims or demands GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES, THE BACK TAXES ARE tion. Good Home items and gifts to sell in an lld Gifts, LLat Treasures also Swanson's All Ways
TIME PERIODS SET against the decedent's es- CREDITORS, LIENORS, PAID. TO MAKE AR- No further public notice 2120 Pet Supplies our store. Call Lisa at and 802 35 for Growin'rNursery 1658 Hwy
FORTH ABOVE ANY tate including unmatured, AND TRUSTEES, ANDALL RANGEMENTS FOR PAY- will be provided regarding 2130- Farm Animals/ Treasuresand Gifts, LLC -258on0 f mor 177A 11-miles NW Boni-
CLAIM FILED TWO (2) contingent or unliquidated OTHER PERSONS CLAIM- MENT OR TO RECEIVE these applications. Per- Suppliesesock 850-258-3850 for more in- nformaton fay. 850-547-2938
YEARS OR MORE AFTER claims, must file their ING BY, THROUGH, UN- FURTHER INFORMATION sons wishing to remain ad- Wanted formation. Tues-Sat. Lic#:48001832
THE DECEDENT'S DATE claims with this Court DER OR AGAINST THE CONTACURT IMMEDIATELY AT
OF DEATH IS BARRED. WITHIN THREE MONTHS NAMED DEFENDANTSS; COURT IMMEDIATELY ATX 647 OR 1293
AFTER THE DATE OF THE RO. BOX 647 OR 1293
The date of the first publi- FIRST PUBLICATION OF JACKSON AVE., SUITE
cation of this Notice is THIS NOTICE. Whose residence are/is 101, CHIPLEY, FLORIDA
March 8, 2008. unknown. 32428, OR TELEPHONE
8ALL CLAIMS NOT SO (850) 638-6008 EXT 232."




a r o 29vd C Marches 0. Me Ser PLEYO FL ER22UBY re- c N ON CL A S tSIF IE D
3733 University Blvd. No Personal Checks Ac- F V

Jacksonville, Florida 32217 Personal Representative of quired to file your answer Cashier's Checks, Money , .
Telephone: 904 731-0211 the Estate of bor written defenses, i any, Orders, and Western Un- .
Personal Representative: ceased with the Clerk of this Court, natives accepted. WHE E L----
Carol C Bhide 1144 Cottonwood Road, and to serve a copy As published in the Wash- '.
13510 Mandarin Road Cottondale, Fl. 32431 thereof upon the plaintiffs ington County News Feb- .
Jacksonville, Florida 32223 GERALD HOLLEY attorney, whose, name and ruary 23, March 1, March ,. '
As published in the Wash- Attorney for the Personal address appears hereon, 8, March 15, 2008 --" ,
ington County News Representative within thirty days of the Notice of Hearing to Re-
March 8, 2008. PO Box 268 first publication of this No- vise The Student Pro- '
Chipley, Florida 32428 twice, the nature of this pro- gression Plan and Board ,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 850-638-4317 ceeding being a suit for Policies/Procedures ''."
FOR WASHINGTON Fla. Bar No. 113722 foreclosure of mortgage Washington County DI"O"nt'sc d p 'r wt Api14208DL
COUNTY FLORIDA As published in the Wash- against the following de- School Board '.
PROBATE DIVISION ington County News scribed property, to wit: April 14, 2008
March 15, 22, 2008. 5: "pm
FileNo. 67.08.CR30 arlsRBEGIN AT THE SOUTH- 5:30p.m. : a tr u k -
Division Probate IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EAST CORNER OF THE Notice is hereby given that V ,e car van or 0 F
IN AND FOR WASHING- SOUTHWEST 1/4 OF THE on Monday, April 14, 2008 cyl are
. IN RE: ESTATE OF TON COUNTY FLORIDA, SOUTHWEST 1/4 OF SEC- at 5:30 RM., the Washing- otorc ce you are wanting ae
SADIE PEARL DUNN FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL TION 24, TOWNSHIP 1 ton County School Board ;.. --
Deceased. CIRCUIT. NORTH, RANGE 15 will review the Student Pro- tosell We run your ad in ,S
PROBATE DIVISION. WEST OF WASHINGTON gression Plan and Board your ad in -
NOTICE TO CREDITORS CASE NO. 67-08-CP-29 COUNTY, FLORIDA; Policies/Procedures for the al h hf r
THENCE RUN NORTH 89 Washington County all there publications for -- .- =
The administration of the IN RE: ESTATE OF DON- DEGREES 05'57" WEST, School District..
estate of Sadie Pearl ALD EARL BROCK, DE- 301.42 FEET; THENCE E E -
Dunn, deceased, whose CEASED. RUN NORTH 00 DE- The purpose and specific . 8 W E E K S '
date of death was July 25, GREES 38'59" EAST, legal authority under whichP r --- '
S2007, and whose social NOTICE TO CREDITORS 150.00 FEET; THENCE the Student Progression ""-' F R _- nd- _o -
security number is RUN SOUTH 89 Plan and Board Policies .. ---- .-
419.10.8593, is pending in The administration of the DEGREES 0557 EAST, re athe DEGREES 05'57" EAST, are authorized, and a sum- -
the Circuit Court for Wash- Estate of DONALD EARL 301.42 FEET; THENCE mary of the estimate of ..- a mu wl -- -- -
ington County, Florida, BROCK, Deceased, File SOUTH 00 DEGREES economic impact of the .' --1 -
Probate Division, the ad- No. 67-08-CP-29, is pend- 38'59" WEST, 150.00 FEET proposed procedures on .
dress of which is P Box ing in the Circuit Court for TO THE POINTOF BEGIN- all affected persons, are ', -
647, Chipley FL 32428. Washington County, Flor- NING. SUBJECT TO THE given. MI 0
The names and addresses ida, Probate Division, the ROAD RIGHT OF WAY OF
of the personal representa- address of which is PO FAWN RIDGE ROAD AND Development of School A SAVINGS OF $32.01 OFF THE REGULAR PRICE
tive and the personal Box 647, Chipley, Florida, TIGER TRAIL. Policies/Procedures .
representative's attorney 32428. The name and ad-
are set forth below dress of the Personal Rep- Purpose 20 Words 8 Weeks One LOW Price!
All creditors of the dece- resentative and the Per- To include a: To revise the Washington !
dent and other persons sonal Representative's at- 2007 Nobility, VIN County School Board Stu- '
having claims ort demands tourney are set forth below. N1-10425A and 98336308 dent Progression Plan to To lace your ad call
against decedent's estate 2007 Nobility, VIN reflect changes as pre- To place your ad, Ucal
on whom a copy of this All creditors of the dece- N1-10425B and 98336365 scribed bylaw. 8 6 2 1 4 4 1
notice is required to be dent and other persons K/A
claims with this court against decedent's estate, CHIPLEY, FL 32422 Board Policies/Procedures '
WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 including unmatured, con- to reflect policy changes
SMONTHS AFTER THE tingent or unliquidated If you fail to file your an and/or statutory changes. W N w
TIME OF THE FIRST PUB- claims, on whom a copy of swer or written defenses in as prescribed by law. Shin t n Co n N w s
LICATION OF THIS NO- this notice is served must the above proceeding, on W s C n y N w
TICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER file their claims with this plaintiff's attorney, a de- Proposed New Policies o s advertiser
THE DATE OF SERVICE Court WITHIN THE LATER faulanst will be entered 4.18 Academic and Ca- Holm es County Tim es-A verts r


NOTICE ON THEM. AFTER THE DATE OF demanded in the om 5.82 Anabolic Steroid
All other creditors of the THIS FIRST PUBLICATION plaint or Petition. Testing for Student Ath- ,e kl AdvertiC
decedent and other per- OF THIS NOTICE OR lots W eekly Advertiser
sons having claims or de- THIRTY DAYS AFTER THE DATED at WASHINGTON r5,88* Social Security
mands against decedent's DATE OF SERVICE OF A County this 5 day of Nuombr Up 20 words. Personal ads only, no dealers.
estate must file their claims COPY OF THIS NOTICE March, 2008, omber *Up to 20 words. Personal ads only, no dealers.






8 Saturday, March 15, 2008 Washington County News


Leola Brock Nurseries
LLC Plants, trees and
shrubs. Landscape design,
landscape contracting, irri-
gation systems. 1788
White Road, Bonifay, FL
32425 (Washington
County) (850)638-1202;
326-1500


4100 Help Wanted
4130 Employment
Information


Art/Entertainment/Media
Reporter/
Photographer
Washington County
News & Holmes County
Times-Advertiser, a divi-
sion of Florida Freedom
Newspapers, is seeking
a general assignment
reporter/photographer.
Excellent company ben-
efits.
Send resume to: Editor,
Washington County
News
1364 N. Railroad Ave.
32428
Or email to:
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No phone calls
Drug Free Workplace.
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Administrative
Membership Director for
Non-Profit Organization.
Coordinates all activities of
membership solicitation.
Solicits prospective mem-
bers. Experience pre-
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right person. Strong com-
puter & graphic design
skills. Excellent written,
verbal, and interpersonal
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and motivate volunteers,
plan fund-raising events
and solicit sponsorships
as well as other duties.
Please call Ted Everett ,
(850) 638.4157, for
n t e r v i e w .-

Christian Ministry for ad-
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of FT and PT kitchen help.
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upon prior experience. Call
850-547-9011.

Elderly Care
Help Wanted: Needed a
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General

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Leon. Ask about
mini-kit. 850-547-1640.
Dwayne Atkins ISR


Announcements


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879 Usery Rd.
Chipley, FL 32428
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I 6140 | 7 160
For Rent: 3BR/1BA brick 16x18 3BR/2BA with new
house, 1400 square feet. carpet, paint, and appli-
Ponce de Leon, $425.00 ances. Call Brad to qualify,
month. Call 850-259-9113 850-763-7780.


ply in person at Blitch's REAL ESTATE FOR RENT 2BR/1 BA mobile home to
Ground's Keeper Family Restaurant, Hwy. * be moved, some repairs
Washington Rehabilitation 79 South and 1-10, Boni- 6100 Business/ 6170 needed. 1979 Ford Thun-
and Nursing Center is now fay. commercial derbird with 351 windsor
hiring a Ground's Keeper. 6110 Apartments 2BR/1BA Mobile Home in derbird with 351 windsor
Experience preferred. Must 6120- Beach Rentals Bonifay, $435 month, no engine, $1000. 4 acres
meet physical require- 6130s- Condo/Townhouse pets, lease and references 3BR/1BA home with 2 ad-
Sh B148 House Rentals required, water and sew- d 5t3onal home sites.
ments of position. Pay ne- 6140 House Rentals required, water and sew- 850-547-5303
gotiable, excellent benefit Other 6150 Roommate Wanted age included. 638-29999 54 3 __
package. Apply at 6160 Rooms for Rent
package. Apply at Mystery Shoppers, get 6170 Mobile Home/Lot 3BR/2BA w/large addition Clearance on our last 3
WRNC Mystery Shoppers, ge 6180- Out-of-Town Rentals on 2 acres, fenced. 2 stor- New Homes. Invoice Sale.
879 Usery Rd. paid to shop! Retail/dining 6190 Timeshare Rentals age buildings. Smoke free 14x60 2BR/1 BA with ply-
Chipley, FL. 32428 establishments need un- 6200 Vacation Rentals environment, no pets. wood floors, $25,500;
850-638-4654 derercover clients to judge 14x70 3BR/2BA with
Earn up to $150. o a day.o Call 850-258-2086. plywood floors, $26,750;
Call (888)523o 1013. 60 day/BA Doub--e-and 14x72 3BR/2BA with
Call (888)-523-1013. 61003BR/2BA Doulewide plywood floors, $27,250.
Executive Office space Mobile-Home in Wusausau, Call Brad @ 850-763-7780.
- - - - - 9 rExeutive Office spa-ce $550 month plus last and-
Sales I for lease on Brirkyard I security. Available April Greerthead, 10.75 acre.
SI Rd. Great location 1st, 850-638-4649. Quality 16x18 singlewide.
Adverftising Sales I across from Chipley coded pond, car port,
Advertising Sales I High School. 638 0 I Bonifay, 3BR/1BA, CH/A, Wooded pnd, car port,
I Aw.ch ileycfficefdr Pets allowed. Near town, no restrictions. Owner fi-
Swww.chipleyofficefor p s o.nancing. $10,000. Call
Washington County News I lease.com arktact & school. $400. 2 870-368-3636.
I Holmes County Times-Advertiser I or 547-3746. Zone Ill 24x52 2003
S r wExecutive Office Space For Rent, mobile home Model. 3BR/2BA. $34,900.
Do you want a career were you can ake der for rent downtown Chipley. mB/ obes eCoerwecm.Ca
enrce Are you a motrivaed sales .ScC31a"ot If you 638-1918 2R/1BA located City of Cash offers welcomeCall
answered-yes and yes. take a look at FReedorr, We I Bonitay, $300.00 a month Brad @ 850-763-7780.
ani youl Freedomirwants moitvated Muti-medta Ad F R C pa Exe plus deposit. No pets.
venisrng Account Executves. You w,i nave Ire uop. LaFovetaiv. 90aien 85- 47 -4 message
I ponunty to join a dynamc ana energerc sale, pro utve Office. 930 Man 850-547-2043
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competitive spirit lo'mae a mpac or ur cus m Call 404-660-3813. MCottondaleon Sapp Road, \r rent in
ers. cur organization. ard your own career. You w*il 8 miles east of Chipley.
I loucr, on ail media platorm- E1 Fieedom, seilring pr ntI s 3BR/2BA and 2BR/2BA
and online ads. Leverage your caelivty a; you ,parl. I available. Total electric. 2B
ewr in c:uslorriers to create cusorr, rrn multmedia o I 6 (850)258-4868; 209-8847
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I could set you .up to pursue variety of career paths I 2BR/1.5BA. Chipley, 8100 Antique & Collectb10-les cars
in our organization or throughout. our.parent comrn- $595/mth. 638-1918. Trailer for Rent- 2BR/1BA, 8110 Cars
pany, Freeddom. Communications, Ihc. (FCI), one of -furnished w/washer & 8120 -Spourts Utility Vehicles
the nation's largest privately owned media compa- I Dryer. $500 a month, $350 8130- Trucks
Deposit. No Pets. 8140- Vans
,nies. i8150 Commercial
res. I 638-1462. 8160 Motorcycles
SSend esume to nbarefield'.,chipieypaper cor 6140 8170 Auto Parts
or pick up an application at 2 Bedroom Home, with 2 8210 -& Accessories
I large ponds with fish. Very 8210- Persona Watercraf
S|private area. Drug free 8220 Personal Watercraft
environment. Please call 8230 Sailboats
I (850) :535-268u o ", 8240 Boat & Marine
1364 N RailroadOAvenue, Chipley, Florida 849-5068. (850) p310 iralviation
I For mre Informaton or to apply online, visit 8320 ATV/Off Road Vehicles
S For moreformatin or to apply online, visit 2BR/1BA, large porch 8330 Campers & Trailers
www.freedomcom see "Careers" and yard. In Vernon area, REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 8340 Motorhomes
I EqualiOpportuny Employer Drugtree Workpiae $450month plus security. 7100- Homes
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from Home. *Medical, *Business month, security deposit 7150- Lts and Acreage condition, asking $3,000.
and references required. 7160- Mobile Homes/Lots Call 850-638-1484. If not
Paraleial, *Cnm tters. *Criminal I 850-535-9626 7170- Waterfront available leave message.


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Property
3BR/2BA in Sunny Hills 7190-Out-of-Town John Deere 525, 46-deck
area. Stove, refrigerator, Real Estate cut conasket motor, 275
dishwasher, W/D all in- 7200 Timeshare hours very fast cutting ask-
cluded and fenced in ing $1,275. Call
backyard. $850in 850-638-1484. If not ayaila-
month/$700 deposit. Call 7100ble leave message.
Stacey 850-527-6262 or -
850-271-1248 7-6262 Two story home in Ge- For Sale: 1998 Camaro,
8502711248neva on County Rd. 31,V6, leather, T-top, 134k Mi-
3BR/2BA Brick Home in two miles from the Florida les, runs good, no me-
Alford withCH&A. $650 line. 3BR/2BA, new paint, chanical problems, 'body
per month plus deposit & carpet with fenced back- in good shape, $5,000.
reference. Available April yard and pond. 1.6 acres 850-527-5520.
1st. 850-579-4317. $138,000. 850-373-5018
For Rent 3BR/1BA, .RUC_- ]
CH&A. 1181 1st Ave. $595 8--- 130
a month. No pets. HUD L 715O 2002 Chevrolet 1500 HD
accepted. 638-1918 2.25 Acres on Greenhead 4-DR 4x4. 188,000 miles.
Rd. just off Hwy 77, high $7900. Call 334-726-4967.
and dry, nice trees. $1,000
Publisher's down, $455 month. 2002 Chevy Avalanche,
Notice 850-258-9677. 119,903 miles, sealed bid
-vehicle, pick up bid form
2.5 Acres S.E. of Chipley from Community South
All real estate advertising in on Gilbert Mill Rd high & Credit Union, 1044 Hwy
this.newspaper i susijeg t w ic dry. A gboa buy at 90 East,"t'hpleI, bid clos-
the Fair Housing Act which $25,000 cash. Steadman ing date: Feb 11, 2008.
makes it illegal to advertise Carroll Realty 638-1171.
"any preference, limitation or Carroll Realty 638-1171,
discrimination based on Greenhead, 10.75 acre. 2003 Chevrolet Silverado
race, color, religion, sex, Quality 16x18 singlewide. 4x4, Z71 Off Road
handicap, familial status or Wooded ond cir port, Package. V8, BF Goodrich
national origin, or an inten- trictns Owner d, 305/70 tires. PW, PB, PDL,
tion, to make any such pref- no restrictions. Owner fi cruise, tilt, CD, tool box,
erence, limitation or dis- nancing. $130,000. Call crubed liner, tilt, CD, tool boxpackage.
crimination" Familial status 870-368-3636. bed coner,ditowing packleage.
includes children under theGreat condition, Clean!.
agincludes children under the MP Enterprises Land Sale $16,000. Ask for Gary @
or legal custodians, preg- and Finance. 5 acres or 850-773-1960.
nant women and people se- more for houses only,
curing custody of children wooded & pasture. 3 miles *
.under 18. South of Chipley. Highway 1 -
77, Gainer Rd., Houston 8170
This newspaper will not Rd., Beadie Rd., Duncan
knowingly accept any adver- Community Rd., Buddy We sell engines and
tising for real estate which is transmissions with war-
in violation of the law. Our Rd. (4)five acres (8) te ran Located in Chipley
readers are hereby informed acres (5) eight acres. ranty. Located in Chipley.
that all dwellings advertised Owner financing or cash, Call Ricky 850-638-9136
in this newspaper are availa- Low down payment, low
ble on a equal opportunity monthly payments. Call
basis. To complain of dis- Milton -Peel for information 320A
crimination call HUD toll-free 850-638-1858 8320 -
at 1-800-669-9777. The Kawasaki Differential
toll-free number tor the hear-awasaki cDif trial
ing impaired is Bayou 300 cc., $1200 or
10 27-9275red is trade for electric golf cart.
1-80- 2. I 7160 Kawasaki 110
2000 Model 24x52, three-wheeler, $300. Both
3BR/2BA with fireplace. in excellent condition. Call
S,, Set up included. $28,900. 850-548-5555 or leave
__ _Call Brad @ 850-763-7780. message on machine.


C&C Bookkeeping and J&J Cabinet Shop. Forall C ,
Tax Service. Open 5 days your kitchen cabinets and F or Rent first in Chipeyou
a week. 8am to 5pm. Call house repair needs. Call don't have the roomWeIf you
(850)638-1483. James S. Howell (850) Do't Lamarhe Townseom,"We
535-2839;260-1619 (850)638-4539, north of
Townsends.

Mini Storage in Chipley.
Headliners and. Vinyl Income Tax All sizes for rent. We
Tops Mobile Unit. I do the furnish the lock.
work at your home or Mamie's Tax Service (850)326-2399
workplace.Reasonable "Authorized IRS E-File Pro-
rates on new vinyl tops vider" Instant returns and
and auto carpeting. *Free refund transfers. 1098 Or-
estimates. Call anytime, ange Hill Rd. For appoint- 9I]
leave message. (850) ment call 850-638-8804
638-7351
6 3 Piano Teacher:
Joe's Junk Piano Lessons: Experi-
Turn junk cars and trucks enced pianist accepting
into instant cash NOW. Sod For Sale on the farm, new students beginning
Call us and we will haul delivered or installed. Cen- March 1st. Call
them off for you. tipede and 419 Bermuda. 478-39?-0350 (Bonifay)
Call Joe, anytime, West Florida Turf from 12pm to 7p.m.
day or night, (850),638-4860;
(850)263-0549. (850415-0385. Established
If no answer leave 1980
message. Sod Sod Sod Quality you
can depend on. Irrigated,
- -weed & pest controlled. Sewing Machine and Vac-
ND Centipede and St. Augus- uum Cleaner Repair, guar-
tine. Delivery and installa- anteed service on all
tion available. 8 miles SW makes and models. Free
Carpentry, pressure wash- of Chipley for easy cus- estimates. Western Auto,
ing, lawn care, patio & win- tomer hauling. Call any- 216 N. Waukesha, Bonifay.
dow re-screening. great time. Billy and Leola Brock 547-3910
rates. (850)638-4492 (850) 638-1202; 326-1500


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