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In The News


Contributed photo
Caitlyn Prichard, a
Chipley High
School junior, was the guest
speaker at Tuesday's weekly
Kiwanis meeting.
Story, Page 4


Former Chamber
President
* Paula Waller was among
those honored at Thursday
night's Chamber banquet.
Story, Page 3


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Ellis honored at Chamber dinner


Donna Dykes / WCN
Ole Ellis was awarded the
Lifetime Community
Leadership award.


JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afelsberg@chipleypaper.com
"Dreams are great," said a
video tribute Tuesday night, but
only when they come true." Many
dreams of new business, jobs and
better lives for citizens of Washing-
ton County came through thanks
to a special person.
"The man responsible for this in
so many ways was Ole Ellis," said
Chamber Executive Director Ted
Everett.
Ellis was honored at the annual
Washington County Chamber of
Commerce banquet at the Ag
Center. Ellis is the first recipient of


the Ole Ellis Washington County
Lifetime Community Leadership
Award, an ongoing recognition
from the Chamber.
The surprise tribute was pro-
duced by the Goulding Agency
of Chipley, and included tributes
to Ellis from others involved in
development and from his fam-
ily.The surprise tribute was, pro-
duced by the Goulding Agency
of Chipley, and included tributes
to Ellis from others involved in
development and from his
family.
Ellis already had one full career
in the U.S. Air Force before he
came to Washington County, and
quickly became involved in trying


to make his county a better place
to live.
His greatest desire is to see
things done in Washington County
so young people could get jobs,"
said Ole's son, Chris Ellis.
One of Ellis' major accomplish-
ments was his role in bringing the
now West Point Home facility to
Washington County. Bridgett
Merrill of Enterprise Florida was a
state development official when
Ellis and fellow local leaders con-
vinced West Point corporate offi-
cials to locate here.
"We didn't even know what was

See ELLIS, page 4


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announces

two arrests
wing news release was
ie Washington County
i fl"I fiTce.
IFriday, March 21,
deputies stopped a vehicle in the
Vernon' area driven by- Larry
Charles Jones, 45-year-old white
male, for a traffic infraction. Dur-
ing questioning, one of the Wash-
ington County
Sheriff's Office
K-9's, K-9 Alto,
alerted to the
truck of the
vehicle. A
search of the
vehicle's trunk
yielded a num-
ber of illegal
drugs and Larry Charles
equipment used Jones
in the manufac-
turing of illegal
drugs. Jones was arrested and
charged with possession of nar-
cotic equipment, possession of
listed chemicals, possession of
methamphetamines with intent
to distribute, possession of mari-
juana, and possession of a con-
trolled 'substance without pre-
scription. Jones is being held at
the Washington County Jail on a
$22,500 bond.
Sunday, March 23, deputies
attempted to stop a vehicle
driven by Jason Ross Jordan, 24-
year-old white male from Holmes
County for a traffic infraction.
Jordan refused to pull over and
continued at a
high rate of
speed, eventu-
ally pulling into
a residence.
Jordan then w
jumped from
his vehicle and
fled into the
woods. Wash-
ington CI K-9
Tracking Team Jason Ross
was called and Jordan
tracked Jordan
through the wooded area to
another residence where he had
attempted to hideout before leav-
ing on foot. Jordan was arrested
and charged with fleeing and
attempting to elude a law
enforcement officer, driving
while license was suspended, and
resisting an officer.
Jordan is being held at the
Washington County Jail on a
$10,000 bond..


Jay Felsberg / WCN
Jeff Massey teaches the students about plants and animals that live on the landfill.




'Think Green'


Children learn about plants, animals at Springhill Regional Landfill


JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afelsberg@chipleypaper.com
There are a number of differ-
ent ways Americans are being
urged to "think green." Third
graders from Kate M. Smith Ele-
mentary School in Chipley
learned several ways last week as
they visited the Springhill
Regional Landfill in Campbell-
ton, operated by Waste Manage-
ment, Inc.
The children from Mrs. Lively
and Mrs. Grissett's classes (all
KMS third-grade classes visited
throughout the week) clearly
enjoyed the trip, including
chances to see various-sized alli-
gators (they named one
"George") and to identify plants
and animals they learned about
in class. They also learned how to
live with nature and to protect
the environment.
Operations Manager Jeff
Massey, Operations Support Per-
son Jenny Gluck and Ralph Fox


Ss i
'George' slides into the pond as the students watched.


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of the generator plant gave the
tour Wednesday. It was a wide-
ranging tour of everything from
the power plant, where methane


gas from the landfill provides
enough electricity to power 4,000
homes every day, to a trip on the
1,650-foot boardwalk made of
"wood" from recycled material to
view wildlife and enjoy a movie.
"We meet certified national
habitat standards," Massey said.
"We try and merge the landfill
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2 Saturday, March 29, 2008 0 Washington County News


Strickland gets heat from fellow commissioners


JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afelsberg@chipleypaper.com

District 1 Commissioner
Donnie Strickland was
under the gun Thursday
evening after it was
reported that he had 200
feet of rock laid on a drive-
way in another district. The
controversy arose at Thurs-
day night's regular meeting
of the Washington County
Board of County Commis-
sioners.
Strickland admitted that
he had the work done in
Commissioner Jerry Sapp's
District 3. The action drew
criticism from two differ-
ent directions.
District 5 Commissioner
Ronnie Finch noted that at
the last meeting the Board
approved not doing any


improvements more than
50 feet up a driveway, and
Board Chairman Joel Pate
also noted that the 50-foot
limit was on then record.
"If you go outside of that
you are breaking our
rules," Pate said.
Sapp said that Strickland
should have cleared the
work with him before going
into District 3. "I wouldn't
go into your district and
pave a road," Sapp said,
and also said he would
never go over 50 feet,
which Sapp said that resi-
dents of District 3 could
think was authorized by
Sapp.
The Board also voted 3-
2 not to make an effort to
put Washington County
EMS directly under
County control. Strickland
and Finch voted for the


measure and C
sioner Eddie Holm;
and Sapp voted no,
ularly after County
ney Gerald Holle
that the move would
violation of the
agreement for No
Florida Community
tal.
Under the 40-yea
agreement the Coui
hospital manageme
a mil from ad v
taxes to pay salary
EMS crews. The
recently approved
EMS the same ben
County employees.
land said that he pr
more accountability
'Board for salaric
costs. Strickland al
that EMS gas card
not being accep
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ommis-
an, Pate
partic-
Attor-
ey said


that EMS Director Randall
Truett had to have cash on
hand for crews to get gas.
"Something is wrong
with that picture," Strick-


Id be in land said.
lease "I don't think Mr. (Pat)
irthwest Schlenker (NFCH Admin-
Hospi- istrator) should dictate
EMS," Finch said.
ar lease Pate said that the meet-
nty pays ing was the first he knew
ant half about the situation, and
'alorem said that it would be better
ries for to talk to NFCH manage-
Board ment about the situation
giving and wait a few months and
Lefits as see how a new billing sys-
Strick- tem worked.
referredd Chipley physician Dr.
Sby the R.W Snare came to the
es and Board asking to purchase
so said County property off Ussery
ds were Road. Snare said he would
ted at improve parking and
ns, and planned to build a medical
building with four physi-
cian's offices.
Snare said that NFCH,
which also plans to build a
physician's office building,
had made "onerous"
requests of physicians in
the nearby medical build-
ing. He said that at least
two other physicians and
one physician planning to
come to Chipley could be-
interested in a new build-
ing.
Under the hospital lease
T agreement, however, the
management of NFCH has
the right of first refusal for
sale of the property. The
Board approved having
ind Holley lay the groundwork
for advertising sale of the
nd property, after first check-
ing with NFCH manage-
ment on whether they want
to buy the property.
The Board also sent the
draft County Evaluation
and Appraisal Report to
the state Department of
Community Affairs for
review. The EAR is an
evaluation of the County
Comprehensive Plan and
provides a review of the


comp plan, identifies major
issues for the County,
looks at possible changes
to the comp plan and
updates how well the plan
meets state and federal
requirements, among other
work. The draft was pre-
pared following a series of
public hearings throughout
the county.
Washington County
Planner Lynda Waller and
West Florida Regional
Planning Council prepared
the draft EAR under a
$100,000 state grant. Alan
Gray of WFRPC said DCA
comments should be
received within 30 days.
In other business, the
Board:
Heard Supervisor of
Elections Carol Finch
Griffin report that County
right of ways were being
"trashed" by campaign
signs. A County ordinance
passed in May 2006 says
that political signs can only
be on the back part of a
right of way. No political
signs can be placed with 20
feet of the pavement of the
right of way.
' Signs must be removed
within two weeks of the
election. If signs are not
removed a candidate
would be notified and
given the opportunity to
remove signs before crimi-
nal charges are filed.
If the regulations are
violated a candidate can be
charged with a second-
degree misdemeanor and
fined up to $500.
Griffin also reported
that replacing County vot-
ing machines under state
mandate could cost in
excess of $300,000,, and
also reported that New
Hope voting house will
need to be relocated once
the state begins widening
State 79.
Accepted the low bid
of $347,619 from Ander-
son-Columbia to resurface


3.2 miles of Rolling Pines
Road. The project is
funded by a $400,000
grant, including a $100,000
cash and in-kind match
from the County.
Approved preparing
designs for a new River
Road Bridge. The present
bridge is closed due to
major piling problems,
according to County Engi-
neer Cliff Knauer. Funding
would be sought.
Approved having
Knauer prepare a spec
sheet and bids to fix a
major erosion problem at a
box culvert on Piney Grove
Road. Estimated cost is
$100,000. The Board 'also
approved waiting to pave
the road until damage
could be properly assessed.
Approved accepting
an easement for work on
Chain Lake Road, a
$250,000 project including
a $50,000 local match.
Approved appointing
Sharon Kirk and Lunelle
Doccio to the Sunny Hills
MSBU Advisory Board.
Approved transferring
two surplus ambulances to
Country Oaks and Vernon
volunteer fire depart-
ments. COVFD Chief Ed
Pelletier said his depart-
ment would fit their ambu-
lance with a new engine
and convert the chassis to a
brush truck.
Approved purchasing
a bulldozer ($17,164) and
an excavator ($44,909)
from Tractor and Equip-
ment Co. The County is
leasing the two vehicles
and would save about
$60,000 a year by buying
the vehicles.
Payments would begin
next year. Holman voted
against the purchase, say-
ing that the County should
not be buying the equip-
ment when it might not
have the money to give
raises to county employees
next year.


Dental Implan
Once upon -a" time,
there were only two
options that dentistry
could offer to replace
missing teeth. Option
one, the removable par-
tial denture which is ex-
actly what the name im-
plies, and therein lies its
limitation. The partial is
inconvenient because it
must be removed from
the mouth for cleaning.
Often loose, it can trap
food and become an-
noying and embarrass-
ing. The second option,
the fixed bridge, involves
the preparation, or cut-
ting down, of adjacent
teeth and construction
of two or more crowns
basically hooked togeth-
er by the replacement
tooth or teeth. This is
a cemented restoration,
which never comes out,
has no wires, and closely
mimics natural teeth in
look, feel, and function.
Its limitations are that
adjacent teeth have to
be disturbed and that a
bridge cannot be used if
the patient has no back
tooth on which to attach
the restoration.
Sometime in the
1960's, a group of den-
tists that were consid-
ered radical thinkers at
the time began to ex-
periment with placing
pieces of metal into the
bone of the upper and
lower jaws and attach-
ing false teeth to them, a
science we now call im-


plantdlogy.
By now, the use of the
dental implant is a well
respected and success-
ful therapy that is part
of every dentist's list of
alternative treatments
for patients with missing
teeth.
Today's implants are
for the most part made
with surgical grade tita-
nium, placed within the
bone and left for a peri-
od of time, usually three
to six months, for the
bone to integrate or fuse
to the newly inserted im-
plant. Many options are
then open to the dentist
and patient. In simple
situations, a false tooth
can be screwed directly
onto the implant head,
or an "abutment" that
resembles a metal jacket
can be screwed onto the
implant, and the false
tooth in the form of a
crown can be cemented
to the precision piece.
Implants can be used to
replace a single missing
tooth, or can be placed
in multiples to replace
multiple missing teeth
similar to the bridge
mentioned above. Often


VHS's spring production under way


April 26 and May 3, Vernon High
School's advanced drama class will be pre-
senting their spring production, "Saturday
the 14," written by William Gleason. The
play is a parody of the horror film, "Friday
the 13."
The drama students have been'working
vigorously to make this show a success and
invite the community will come and enjoy
it. Showtime starts at 7 p.m. and admission
is $3 for adults and students age 11 and up,


children 10 and under admitted free of
charge.

Watford reunion
The 110th annual Watford family
reunion will be held 10 a.m. Saturday,
April 19, at Galilee United Methodist
Church located midway between Chipley
and Graceville. It is near the original
homeplace of Nelson Watford, the clan
patriarch.


Larry J. Cook, DMD


they are used to secure
a loose denture, some-
times even adapting and
using the old denture.
The dental implant has
certainly added a new
dimension in the versa-
tility of treatment plan-
ning for the modern
dentist.
Missing teeth can
hamper one's quality of
life from the standpoint
of esthetics, comfort,
and ability to chew can
hamper one's quality of
life from the standpoint
of esthetics, comfort,
and ability,to chew and
digest food. Dental im-
plants are another op-
tion you and your dentist
can explore to help solve
the dental challenges
you may be facing.


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Washington County News 0 Saturday, March 29, 2008 0 3




Chamber celebrates

Auction, awards and officers highlight banquet


By DONNA DYKES,
Staff Writer
Ted Everett helped incoming president
Kim Wilson present the awards. Paula
Waller was recognized as outgoing presi-
dent, and an appreciation award was given
to President-elect, Larry Hinson at Thurs-
day night's Washington County Chamber of
Commerce banquet at the AG Center.
Other Chamber officers are Darrin Wall,
vice president, Gary Clark, EDC chairman,
Chris MacBlain, administrative assistant,
and Sherri Biddle, secretary/receptionist.
Members of the board of directors were
introduced: Kelly Brock, Phillip Pippin,
Zena Corbin, Gerald Holley, Terry Ellis,
Andy Fleener, Mark Hess, Peggy Dobbins,
Michael Horton and Pat Schlenker.
Bidding on the silent auction was cut off
at 7:55 and Zena Corbin announced the
winners at 8:45. Andy Fleener, who knows
quite a bit about money, had the highest
bid on an ornate glass jar holding uncircu-
lated gold presidents coins offered by One
South Financial. Bidders had-to guess how
many coins were in the jar.
Another popular item was the 2005 Con-
gressional Club Cookbook worth $100. It

















Donna Dykes /WCN
Outgoing Chamber President Paula
Lovett Waller was honored for her service
to the Chamber.


Mr. Bender is an anti spit tobacco
speaker. He started using spit
tobacco at the age of 12 and at the
age of 26 his life changed. He lost
1/2 of his jaw and 1/3 of his tongue
to oral cancer. He has dedicated
this second chance to spreading
the message that spit tobacco is
not a safe alternative to smoking.
Mr. Bender goes to schools, Major
League baseball spring training
camps and works with the state
and local health departments across
the United States. He will be in our
community on April 11, 2008 at
6:30 P.M. at...

New Life Fellowship

Assembly of God
695 5th Street
Chipley, FL 32428

For More Information Contact:
Washington County Health Department
Kara Green. 850-638-6240, ext. 138


was won by Zena Corbin.
Ann Christmas got the framed fisher-
man's set featuring plugs and other fishing
memorabilia. Since she has grown sons, it'll
probably find a good home. John Wilson of
Family Dentistry in Chipley, also picked up
a gift at the auction. He bid for and won a
large green and yellow truck.
Senator Bill Nelson donated a auto-
graphed picture of himself as an astro-
naut/congressman.
Judge Perry Wells gave the welcome and
the Rev. Mike Orr had the devotional. Ole
Ellis led the Pledge of Allegiance.
Washington County 4-H Club members
served the dinner catered by Uncle Billy's
and Northwest Florida Community Hospi-
tal. It consisted of prime rib prepared by
Stone's Meats, shrimp prepared by Ted
Everett, salad, vegetables and rice casse-
role, with a big decorated cake from
Wal-Mart as dessert.
The Eric Stone Band provided Jimmy
Buffet-style music for dining.
The evening began with a punch recep-
tion sponsored by Broken Bolt Ranch. It
was held in the small room where nearly 50
items donated for the silent auction were
displayed, and bidding began at that time.


Donna Dykes / WCN
President-elect Larry Hinson was recog-
nized at the Chamber banquet Tuesday'
night.


Some Things You May
Not Know About...
SPIT TOBACCO
* Can be called snuff, dip, chew, chewing
tobacco or smokeless tobacco
* It can cause oral cancer and can lead to -
addiction.
* Chewing tobacco users have an increase
in dental decay which leads to more
cavities due to the high sugar content in ,
.the smokeless tobacco
* Spit tobacco also contains high levels of
salt which contribute to high blood
pressure in users
* 40-60% of Smokeless Tobacco users
exhibit signs of Leukoplakia, which is a
condition that is commonly considered
pre-cancerous and characterized by white
patches on the cheek or tongue
* Some other oral side effects are staining of
teeth, loss of taste, bad breath, and gingival
recession
* The Nicotine in Smokeless tobacco is
absorbed directly into the bloodstream
through
the mucous membrane in the mouth
* Nicotine is a powerful central nervous
system stimulant found in the tobacco
leaf. Nicotine is classified as a drug. In
higher doses it is extremely poisonous,
and is commonly used as an insecticide.
* One dip or chew can be equal to 5
Cigarettes
* Spit tobacco has 28 known carcinogens
* A carcinogens is a substance know to
cause cancer
* Spit tobacco users are 50 times more
likely than non users to contract cancers
of the cheek, gums, and inner surface of
the lip.
* The juices from the spit tobacco can also
induce cancer in the esophagus, larynx,
stomach, prostate, and pancreas.
Tobacco Companies and Advertising...
* They associate Smokeless Tobacco with
rodeos, rock stars, and sports heroes
* They even sponsor rock concerts, rodeos,
auto racing, and tractor pulls
* These companies continue to advertise
heavily at retail outlets near schools and
playgrounds, with large signs and ads that
are clearly visible outside the building
* The tobacco industry spends over #13.3
billion a year on advertising, which is
more that $36 million a day, only to attract
new customers.


"
Donna Dykes / WCN
Some of the Washington County 4Hers helping serve dinner are, from left, Joel Owen,
Morgan Locke and Adrian Allen.


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Health Department

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TOBACCO PREVENTION




& CONTROL PROGRAM




General Facts About Tobacco
Tobacco use kills more than 400,000 Americans each year-more
than alcohol, AIDS, car crashes, illegal drugs, murders and suicides
combined s
Each day about 4,000 kids (under 18) try smoking for the first time,
and another 1,000 more kids become new regular daily smokers.
The chemical nicotine found in cigarettes and other tobacco
products is a powerful central nervous system stimulant that is
highly addictive. In high doses it is extremely poisonous, and is
commonly used as an insecticide.
Lung cancer, throat cancer,'heart disease, stroke and emphysema
are just some of the painful, life-threatening diseases associated with
smoking. Smoking also is associated with cancers of the mouth,..
larynx, esophagus, pancreas, cervix, kidney, stomach and bladder.






Tobacco Advertising and Marketing
Tobacco companies spend over $23 million a year on lobbying the
U.S. congress and contributions to federal candidates and political
parties'
Cigarette and spit-tobacco companies continue to advertise heavily
at retail outlets near schools and playgrounds, with large ads and
signs clearly visible from outside the stores.
SA 1995 study in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute found
that teens are more likely to be influenced to smoke by cigarette
advertising than by peer pressure.
*Tobacco Companies associate the use of their products with rodeos,
rock stars, and sports heroes, they even sponsor rock concerts,
rodeos, auto racing, and tractor pulls.
*The tobacco industry spends over #13.3 billion a year on advertising,
which is more that $36 million a day, only to attract new customers.


RICK BENDER

April 11, 2008 6:30 P.M.


FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF

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4 Saturday, March 29, 2008 Washington County News


Jay Felsberg / WCN
Third graders from Kate M. Smith Elementary in Chipley join tour guides Jeff Massey and Jenny Gluck at the generator building.


THINK GREEN
Continued from page 1
with protecting nature, and if you merge them
properly they can work together."
The children learned quite a bit about how
WMI tries to be a good environmental citizen.
Gluck showed a movie hosted by the cartoon
"Mr. Cool Can," who showed the students how
recycling of a wide variety of material is done at
WMI's Ft. Walton Beach facility. Everything is


KIWANIS MEETING


Contributed photo
Bryan Lee, CHS agriculture teacher and Future
Farmers of America faculty sponsor, introduces
guest speaker Caitlyn Prichard.

Chipley's Prichard

speaks to Kiwanis


Caitlyn Prichard, a Chip-
ley High School junior, was
the guest speaker at Tues-
day's weekly
Kiwanis meeting.
After, being
introduced by CHS
agriculture teacher
and Future Farm-
ers of America fac- '
ulty sponsor Bryan
Lee, she gave the
same speech that Caitlyn
recently won her Prichar
first place ,in FFAs
West Florida District speech
contest. The West Florida
District is comprised of
Holmes, Walton, Okaloosa
and Santa Rosa counties.
Pritchard will give the same
speech at the Florida state
FFA convention in June, if
she wins there, at the
national FFA convention in
Indianapolis in October.
The speech, entitled
'Agri-Terrorism," explained
that terrorism in the form of
chemical or biological
weapons could have a dev-
astating effect on our food
supply and the U.S. econ-
omy. Prichard explained
that' perhaps some of the
easiest targets could be veg-
etable crops in California
and fruit crops in Florida.
Diseases could be injected
into animals anywhere in
the country, i.e., infecting
cattle would send beef
prices sky rocketing. Other
examples painted a rather
scary picture, and it's easier
to do than someone might
think.
The government agency
charged with fighting and


preventing such attacks by
.monitoring our food supply
is the US food and Drug
Administration.
But, today, less
than five percent
of the food supply
-is actually
inspected. One
way the public
can help is to
cooperate with
officials whenever
d. asked. Early
detection and
quick response could pre-
vent a devastating situation.
In other business, Keith
Forehand, of the Panama
City Kiwanis Club, repre-
senting the Florida Kiwa-
nis Foundation,
announced that a book of
children's pictures called
"Our Kiwanis Kids," will
soon be available for pur-
chase and solicited pic-
ture entries of "our kids".
He also solicited partici-
pation in the Kiwanis Sus-
taining Membership Pro-
gram at the cost of $25 a
year.
Pancake committee
chair, Jim Town announced
that tickets sold to' date for
the Chipley Kiwanis 53rd
Annual Pancake Breakfast
April 4 are ahead of last
year and that plenty of tick-
ets are still available. Mem-
ber work assignments for
the day are still open, So see
Jim to select an assignment.
The April Board of
Directors meeting will be at
8 a.m., Tuesday, April 1, at
Community South Credit
Union.


separated by hand or, by machines, baled up,
and sent off to be recycled.
Gluck also told the students about the
endangered species living at the facility, includ-
ing bluenose shiner fish, map turtles, wood
ducks, and alligator snapping turtles (not very
friendly).
The children had the opportunity to see
three alligators ranging in size from about four
feet long ("Ozzie", who sunned himself on a
pond bank) to a 12-footer relaxing on a small
island in the middle of a,pond.
The landfill itself uses a double-liner system


to contain waste. Groundwater testing is done
constantly, Massey said, to ensure that any pos-
sible contamination is detected before it leaves
the boundary of the facility.
Jackson County recycling was also repre-
sented. Recycling Business Manager Jim Wun-
derly showed students the mobile recycling
trailer where plastic, glass, paper and alu-
minum are separated into bins. The recycling
center then sells the materials. Non-profit
organizations in Jackson County can recycle as
a fundraiser by calling Wunderly at (850)
718-0437.


Members of the 4-H Shure Shots team competing
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Shure Shots grab titles


After a lorbg day of compe-
tition, Shure Shots 4-H Club
brought home some impres-
sive titles from the 4-H State
Shotgun Meet in Winter
Haven. Jamey Hayes, Bran-
don Porter and Cooper
Holmes are members of the
Overall Senior State Shotgun
Team.
John Michael Walsingham
won Intermediate first place
in the Skeet competition.
Other senior winners include:
Brandon Porter,, second
place in Skeet; Jamey Hayes,
sixth place in Skeet; Brandon


Porter, fourth place overall
individual and Jamey Hayes
with sixth overall individual.
Team members participat-
ing at the State Shotgun
Match included: Jamey
Hayes, Brandon Porter,
Cooper Holmes, Blake
Gates, Mariah Carter,
LynnZee Webb, John
Michael Walsingham, Tyler
Daniels, Tyler Imke, Morgan
Locke, Arthur Jones, Austen
Barfield, Ed Laird, Michael
Fisher, Matt Fisher, Jesse
Kniess, Seth Pemberton, Kyle
Beman and Chase Dalton.


Team coaches are Gary
Clark and Bill Howell who
have put in countless hours of
coaching and Andrea Locke
who has served as club
recbrd-keeper.
The Washington County 4-
H Shure Shots Shooting
Sports Club are a group of
youth dedicated to learning
the arts and skills of shooting
sports including trap and
skeet. Club members have
been practicing and honing
their skills since September in
preparation for the 2008
State Match.


Lady Tigers finish season


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Roulhac Middle School Lady Tigers softball team wrapped up its season with games
against Vernon and Marianna. The Lady Tigers defeated Vernon in the close of their home
games last week. Monday night, the girls completed their season with a doubleheader
against Marianna. The Lady Tigers fought a hard battle, but ended up being defeated in
the final innings of the doubleheader. More photos on www.chipleypaper.com


ELLIS
Continued from page 1

going on in Washington
County until Ole had
everything pretty much
sewed up," Merrill
joked in the video.
Community leader
and former Chamber
President John Daugh-
try told the story of
recruiting West Point.
Daughtry said that the
Chamber found out that
West Point was looking
to expand .by running
down an Alabama
license plate spotted in
Washington County and
finding out it belonged
to a West Point vehicle.
Ellis and Daughtry
drove all the way to
Opelika, AL to visit
West Point officials.
"They were real sur-
prised to see us,"
Daughtry quipped. "We
got to talk to the boss
and that's how we got
started."
The Industrial Devel-
opment Board chaired
by Ellis was responsible
for arranging, terms to
bring West Point to
Washington County,
and. the board was also
responsible for arrang-
ing the bonds to bring
the nursing home and
rehab center to Chipley.
Recently Ellis and
Daughtry went before
the Washington County
Board of County Com-
missioners to close out
the IDB and transfer its
remaining assets else-
where.
Ellis could also be
pretty flexible when it
came to recruiting busi-
ness. Gary Clark of
West Florida Electric
Co-Op told about the
time the Department of
Corrections was looking
to locate a facility in'the
Vernon area. Clark said
that Ellis took state offi-
cials on site visits, and
one of the first sites had
a number of gopher
holes.
Clark said he pointed
this out to Ellis and was
handed a shovel. "Shut
up and shovel," Clark
was told.
Ellis was also well
known at the state and
regional level. "He was
one of the founding
members of the Rural
Counties Working
Group," Merrill said.
That organization was
formed to make sure
state leaders knew the
concerns of smaller
counties and the impact
on those counties by
state legislation and
regulations.
"He realized that one
size, does not fit all,"
Merrill said. "He laid
out articulate argu-
ments on why state pol-
icy was or was not work-
ing for Washington
County."
"He taught me so
many things about eco-
nomic development and
about life in general,"
Clark said. "He is a role
model, a mentor and a
true friend."
"Thank you for your
wisdom and thank you
for just being Ole,"
Everett said.

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2003
5 years ago
Spc. Calvin Willie Davis
Jr., 24, of Chipley was
making his second tour of
duty in Iraq.
Washington County
Christian School held its
second annual Spring
Fling at Shivers Park in
Chipley.
Sunny Hills fire
department was gccIing a
new brush truck and a
building to house it.
Seventh-grade students
from Vernon attended the
Super Sciehtific Circus in
Dothan, Ala., and learned
how to put a pin in a
balloon without bursting
it.
They also learned how
to make bubbles and made
their own boomerang
using pizza boxes,
Rick Marco sold
barbecue at the Chipley
Relay for Life fund-raiser.

1998
10 years ago
Fawn Brady of Vernon
Middle School won first
place in the Washinton
County district level
spelling bee.
Hannah Garnett won
firs-place honors in a
horticulture division of the
Washington County Youth
Fair.
Bebe Ellis of Blackburn
House expanded her line
of collectables to include
the popular Beanie
Babies.
Vernon Medical Center
opened at 3250 Main
Street (next to Jack Paul's
Pharmacy).
Martha Compton of
Kate Smith Elementary
was the school's teacher of
the year. She was chosen
by the 54 teachers voting.
at the school.

1993
15 years ago
Melissa Bynog and
Chris Watford were
homecoming queen and
king at Poplar Springs
.High School.
Washington County
Historical Society decided
to restore the city's oldest
library. They planned to
move the little building


close to Chipley Public
Library.
Jack Thylor opened a.
dental office on Highway
277 in Chipley.
Calls between the
Vernon, Bonifay and
Westville telephone
exchanges would no longer
be billed as long distance,
according to a phone
company announcement.
Shaun Ryan Brown of
the first grade and Craig
Miller of the third won
the annual Star Search
contest at Kate Smith
Elementary.

1988
20 years ago
Construction on Chipley
Farmer's Market was
expected to be completed
by June 10.
The volunteer fire
departments at Hinson
Crossroads was planning
its annual May Day
celebration.
Debbie Peel Bush was
teacher of the year at Kate .
Smith Elementary. She
taught specific liability
studies.
Florida Game and Fresh
Water Fish Commission
reported that a deer killed
near Sneads was the
largest nontypical buck
ever taken in Florida. It
scored 186 (inches) on the
Boone and Crockett
scale.Its rack measured
29 points (17 on the right,
,12 on the left) and was
nearly 24 inches at the
widest point.

1978
30 years ago
Howard's Creek was site
of the season's second
Panhandle Bass Masters
,Tournament. -
CHS English teacher
Gail Hartzog was named
Teacher of the Year.
A gas tank exploded


while a crew was working
with an open flame on the
driveway outside the
Southern Bell office in
Chipley. No one was
injured.
Judge Perry Wells
joined Capt. Doug Wright
and Sgt. Hiram Brewer in
burning a large quantity of
assorted evidence at the
city dump.

1963
45 years ago
Ed Joiner told
Washington County
Commissioners he would
like to purchase two
county-owned lots in
Wausau. They were
located in a swamp and
the base bid was set at $40
plus costs,
Daughters of
Washington County
Sheriffs held a regular
meeting. They are Bera
Owens, Mildred Farrior,
Vonceil Coggin, Ruby
Campbell. Martha
Southwick, Ruth Bush,
Vickey Peel and Ann
Shuler.
Seth Jasso and Randall
TUtton, both of Vernon,
were crowned Master
Kiight and runner-up,
respectively in a weekend
beauty pageant.

1953
55 years ago
Mr. and Mrs. W.B.
Northcutt were spending
Sunday in Tallahassee with


Mr. and Mrs. A.L.
Lowe Jr.
Carolyn Cook of
Vernon received 100 baby
chicks for her first place
entry in the 4-H Club's
annual egg show.
Mary Lena Faulk of
Chipley, who learned to
play golf at an early
age, won her third
straight Florida East Coast
title.

1928
90 years ago
Master Billy Holmes
entertained 50 of his
friends at a Saturday
afternoon birthday party
at the home of his parents
on South Sixth Street.
John Cristo of Panama
City was in Chipley to
lease the Bowen building,
formerly occupied by Peel
Brothers.
He planned to put in a
5 and 10 cent and $1 store.

1908
100 years ago
The Rev. W.D. Owens
was in Wausau on
business. George Watts of
Chipley was there
installing new phones.
L.D. McRae spent two
days in Jackson County..
J.W. Howell of Vernon
was in Chipley to transact
business.
Attorney Ellis Davis of
Marianna made a
Saturday trip to Chipley.


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Planning Commission

meets April 1 in Chipley


Taken from the files of the Washington County News


Washington County Plan-
ning Commission will meet
April 1 at the Washington
County Annex, 1331 South
Blvd. in Chipley.
The agenda includes a
variance to sell less than 4.5
acres by Robert Sowell on
Pine Log Road.
The applicant is seeking a
variance to sell approxi-
mately one acre out of a
5.16-acre parcel. The new
parcel will be on the existing
county-maintained dirt
roadway known as Pine Log
Road with a minimum 100-
feet of road front footage.
Utilities will be by individ-
ual well and septic tank.
Current land use is Agricul-
ture/Silviculture.
A variance to sell less
then 4.5 acres by Shannon
and Tamera Harris, 2221


RELAY FOR LIFE FUNDRAISERS

Regions Bank will hold a car wash on March 29 at the bank from
9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and a benefit yArd sale April 5, from 7 a.m. to noon.
Both events held at the bank in Chipley.
West Point Home will be having a yard sale on April 5, at the
Westpoint Store on Highway 90 in Chipley, and also selling slabs of
baby back ribs. Anyone having items they want to be donate, contact
Sherrie Chesnut at Westpoint Home.
Capital City Bank: -Cooking Up A Cure Every Friday at the bank
they are cooking for $5 a plate. Call Tamara at 850-638-0510 for more
information.
Chipley Head Start: Chance drawing for a Mary Kay gift certificate.
Tickets are $1 each. The prize will either be two $35 certificates or one for
$70. They will hold a yard sale March 29 at the Head Start center from
7 a.m.-12 p.m. Call Tosha at 638-9800 for more information.
Kids World Of Chipley have cookbooks for sale at $10 each,
Call Tish for more information at 638-5437.
Team It is selling candy bars for $1 each. Call Alisha at
(850) 625-6205 to place an order and she will deliver them to you.
E-mail your fundraisers to Alisha Townsend alishatown@
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Pipkin Road also is on the
agenda.
They are seeking a vari-
ance to sell approximately
2.96 acres with the house,
out of a 10-acre parcel.
The new parcel will be on
the existing county-main-
tained dirt roadway known
as Pipkin Road with 215 feet
of road front footage.
Utilities are by individual
well and septic tank. Cur-
rent land use is Agricul-
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south portion of the parcel
being conservation.
The next Board of
County Commissioners'
meeting for public hearings
is scheduled for April 24 at 5
p.m.
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mission meeting will be held
5 p.m. May 6.


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to the public for selling drugs in
Washington County.'
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known as Lot #8 of an un- MARQUITA CASSLEMAN; via Florida Relay Service. SECONDS WEST 15.00 TON COUNTY, FLORIDA, must file their claims with April 14, 2008. puppies(blackfawn)older
recorded Plat. UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF FEET; THENCE SOUTH 00 FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL this Court WITHIN THE As published in the Wash- dog. $500 for puppies. 4
BETTY MARQUITA CAS- Law Offices of Daniel C. DEGREES 20 MINUTES 30 CIRCUIT TIME PERIODS SET ington County News month old fawn mpale;26
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1100 -Legal Advertising SHGA4705A DONNIE EDWARD CAS- 33619-1328. DEGREES 54 MINUTES 32 JAMES CIESIELSKI and PROBATE CODE. BID REQUEST Mep iso a
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1130 Adoptions written response with the SPOUSE OF SAID Attorney for Plaintiff BEGINNING, AND CON- ELIZABETH WIESZCZEK, MANDS NOT SO FILED Sealed bids, in dupl tines Day, four males, one
1140 Happy Ads Court and serve a copy of DEFENDANT(S), IF RE- As published in the Wash- TAINING 3.00 ACRES, Defendant. WILL BE FOREVER for the purchaseof a 2008 female, $60 each. Call
115O Personals your written defenses, if MARRIED, AND IF DE- ington County News, MORE OR LESS. SAID BARRED. Lektro Model AP8600 Air- 850-415-1030.
1160 Lost any, to it on Timothy D. CEASED, THE RESPEC- March 29, April 5, 2008. PARCEL OF LAND DE- NOTICE OF ACTION ,l bg pucl
1170 Found Padgett, Plaintiff's attorney, TIVE UNKNOWN HEIRS, SCRIBED AS BEING IN NOTWITHSTANDING ANY 28,000lb/12,700kg. Capac-
whose address is 2810 DEVISEES, GRANTEES, __ _THE SOUTHWEST QUAR- TO : ELI Z A B E T H OTHER APPLICABLE TIME ity, for the Tri-County Air-
Remington Green Circle, ASSIGNEES,'CREDITORS, TER OF THE SOUTHEAST WIESZCZEK PERIOD, ANY CLAIM port will be received by the : ,
Suite A, Tallahassee, Flor- LIENORS, AND TRUS- QUARTER OF SECTION 6, C/O ANNA SLIWA FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR Tri-County Airport Author- 2130
F* "i I ida 32308, at least thirty TEES, AND ALL OTHER IN THE CIRCUIT COURT TOWNSHIP 4 NORTH, 2336 W. AUGUSTA MORE AFTER THE ity until April 9, 2008, at
1100 (30) days from the date of PERSONS CLAIMING BY OF THE FOURTEENTH RANG 13 WEST, WASH- CHICAGO, ILLINOIS DECEDENT'S DATE OF 4:00 p.m., local time, at Limousin Bulls, red 4
1 0 first publication, and file THROUGH, UNDER OR JUDICIAL CIRCUITIN AND INGTON COUNTY FLOR- 60622 DEATH IS BARRED. the offices of Grimail Craw- years old, $1500., black 3
the original with the clerk AGAINST THE NAMED FOR WASHINGTON IDA ford, 1367-D South Rail- year old $1200., Jersey
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT of this court either before DEFENDANT(S); COUNTY, FLORIDA YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI The date of the first publi- road Avenue Chipley, bull, 3 years old $700.
OF THE FOURTEENTH service on Plaintiffs attor- CIVIL ACTION has been filed against you FIED that an action to cation of this Notice is Florida 32428. All bids re- 850-956-2690
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN ney or immediately there- Whose residence are/ is and you are required to quiet title onthefollowing March 29, 2008. ceived will be publicly
AND FOR WASHINGTON after; otherwise, a default unknown. CASE NO.: 67-08-CA-014 serve a copy of your writ- described real property, opened and read aloud -
COUNTY, FLORIDA will be entered against you YOU ARE HEREBY re- DIVISION ten defenses within 30 to-wit: Attorney for Person Giving during the Tn-County Air-
for the relief demanded in quired to file your answer days after the first publica- Notice: port Authority's regularly S
GREEN TREE SERVICING, the complaint, or written defenses, if any, U.S. BANK NATIONAL AS- tion, if any, on Florida De- Lot 5, Block D, according WAYNE G. BRAXTON scheduled monthly meet- /
LLC, F/K/A GREEN TREE in the above proceeding SOCIATION, AS TRUSTEE fault Law Group, PL., to Oak Hill Unit One, a (FL BAR #179121) ing held on April 10, 2008
FINANCIAL SERVICING Dated this 12 day of with the Clerk of this Court, FOR THE C-BASS MORT- Plaintiff's attorney, whose subdivision of part of Sec- 1016 Main St., at 6:00 p.m. local time, at
CORP. March, 2008. and to serve a copy GAGE LOAN address is 9,119 Corporate tion 27, Township 2 North PO. BOX 564 the Tri-County Airport Ter-
1400 Turbine Drive thereof upon the plaintiffs ASSET-BACKED CERTIFI- Lake Drive, Suite 300, Range14 West, as shown Chipley, FL 32428-0564, minal building. Please call as
Suite 200 CLERK OF COURT attorney, whose name and CATES, SERIES Tampa, Florida 33634, and in Platt on file, as recorded 850-638-7268/Office 850-415-1040 with any Fni
Rapid City, South Dakota By: K. McDaniel address appears hereon, 2007-CB1, file the original with this in Plat Book 3, Pae 158, 850-638-7263/Facsimile questions. MERANSE
57703 Deputy Clerk within thirty days of the Plaintiff, Court either before service of the Public Records of Person Giving Notice: As published in the
Plaintiff first publication of this No- on Plaintiffs attorney or im- Washington County, Flor- ELY ALVIN CREAMER Washiongton County tniles
v. Attorney for Plaintiff: twice, the nature of this pro- vS. mediately thereafter, other- ida. As published in the Wash- News March 29, 2008. 3110 Applances
FAITH L. TILLEY, A/K/A Timothy D. Padgett, Esq. ceeding being 'a suit for wise a default will be en- ington County News 3130- Auctions
FAITH L. TILLEY SEA- Timothy D. Padgett, PA. foreclosure of mortgage CAROLYN F. STEPHEN- tered against you for the has been filed against you, March 29 and April 5, SOLICITATION FOR BID 3140 Baby Items
BORN, THE UNKNOWN 2810 Remington Green against the following de- SON, etal, relief demanded in the and you are required to 2008. 3150 Building Supplies
HEIRS, DEVISEES, Circle, Suite A scribed property, to wit: Defendant(s). Complaint or petition, serve a copy of your writ- THE TOWN OF EBRO IS 3160 Business
GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES, Tallahassee, FL 32308 ten defenses, if any, to it, CURRENTLY ACCEPTING Equipment
CREDITORS, LIENORS, (850) 422-2520 (phone) LOT B-17; COMMENCE NOTICE OF ACTION Witness my hand and the on GERALD HOLLEY At- BID PROPOSALS TO RE 3170 Collectibles
AND TRUSTEES OF NEL- (850) 422-2567 (fax) AT THE NORTHWEST seal of this Court on this tourney for Plaintiff, whose PAIR DAMAGES TO THE 3180 Computers
LIE G. TILLERY, DE- As published in the Wash- CORNER OF THE NORTH- TO: CAROLYN F. STE- 24 day of March, 2008. address is RO. Box 268, Legal Notice EBRO TOWN HALL, BIDS 3200 n Firewood
CEASED, AND JAMES W. ington County News, WEST QUARTER OF THE PHENSON. Linda H. Cook Chipley, Florida, 32428, MUST BE SUBMITTED NO 3210| Free Pass it On
SEABORN, March 22, 29, 2008. SOUTHEAST QUARTER LAST KNOWN ADDRESS: Clerk of the Court and file the original with FLOOD PLAINS AND LATER THAN 12:00 APRIL 3220 Furniture
Defendants. OF SECTION 26, TOWN- 801 Dogwood Lane, Chip- By: K. McDaniel the Clerk of the above WETLANDS 11, 2008, FOR MORE IN- 3230 Garage/Yard Sales
SHIP 2 NORTH, RANGE ley, FL 32428 As Deputy Clerk styled Court on or before EARLY PUBLIC NOTICE FORMATION AND BID 3240- Guns
CASE NO: 15 WEST, WASHINGTON CURRENT ADDRESS: As published in the Wash- April 21, 2008; otherwise a DATE: March 29, 2008 SPECIFICATIONS CON- 3250- Good Things to Eat
67-2008-CA-053 |N THE CIRCUIT COURT COUNTY FLORIDA, UNKOWN ington County News, judgment may be entered RECIPIENT: Town of TACT LINDA MARLOW AT 3260 Health witnesss
IN THE CIRCUITCOURT THENCE SOUTH 771.31 March 29, April 5,2008. against you for the relief Cayville 850-535- 2842. THE TOWN 3270 -Jewelry/Clothing
NOTICEOFACTION F THE FOURTEENH EET THENCE EAST ANY AND ALL UNKNOWN demanded in the Petition.ADDRESS: P 0. Box 206 RESERVES THE RIGHT 320 hinr
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF 515.36 FEET, THENCE PARTIES CLAIMING BY Caryvill, FL 32427-0206 TO REJECT ANY AND ALL 3290 M medical Equipment
TO: THE UNKNOWN THE STATE OF FLORIDA, SOUTH 85 DEGREES 44' THROUGH, UNDER, AND WITNESS my hand and CONTACT: .Jewett BIDS. 330.0 Miscellaneous
HEIRS, DEVISEES, IN AND FOR WASHING- 56" EAST 501.75 FEET TO AGAINST THE HEREIN seal of said Court on Tadlock, Town Clerk THE TOWN OF EBRO 3310- Musical Instruments
GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES TON COUNTY THE POINT OF BBGINN NAMED INDIVIDUAL IN THE FOURTEENTH JU- 3/17/2008.COMPLIES WITH THE 3320- Plants & Shrubs/
CREDITORS, LIENORS, CIVIL DIVISION ING; THENCE CONTINUE DEFENDANTS) WHO ARE DICIAL CIRCUIT COURT LINDA H. COOK The Town of Caryville, AMERICANS WITH DISA- Supplies
AND TRUSTEES OF NEL- SOUTH 85 DEGREES 44' NOT KNOWN TO BE IN AND FOR WASHING- Clerk of Court Florida is considering ABILITIES ACT ANY PER- 3330 Restaurant/Hotel
LIE G. TILLERY, DE CASE NO. 67-08-CA-107 56" EAST 100.35 FEET, DEAD OR ALIVE, TON COUNTY FLORIDA, BY: K. McDaniel making improvements as SON REQURING ASSIS- 3340 Sporting Goods
EASED ASSOCIATES FIRST CAPI THENCE SOUTH 00 DE WHETHER SAID PROBATE DIVISION Deputy Clerk part of a Small Cities Com- TANCE IS ASKED TO 3350 Tickets (Buy & Sell)
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a TAL CORPORATION, 21424 FEET THENCE CLAIM AN INTERESTAS IN. RE: The Estate Of DOR- i County News Grant Neighborhood Revi- 850-535-28742
civil action has been filed SUCCESSOR BY SOUTH 89 DEGREES 27' SPOUSES, HEIRS, DEVI OTHY VIRGINIA WAL- March 22, 29, April 5, 12, talization Project. A por s Published in the
against you in the Circuit MERGER TO ASSOCI- 49" WEST 100.00 FEET, SEES, GRANTEES, OR LACE, a/k/a DOROTHY V.FR 2A 5 taizanton posed imr Wa shington County News 3100
Court, County of WASH- ATEo S FINANCIAL SER THENCE NORTH 00 DE- OTHER CLAIMANTES WALLACE, Deceased. 2008. premts will be o d March 29, April 5, 2008. Wanted To Buy antiques,
to foreclose certain real222.61 FEET, TO THE UNKNOWNFie Number: 67-08-CP-26 The activities include in the dwas
property described as fol- Plaintiff, POINT OF BEGINNING. CURRENT ADDRESS: UN- project are as follows: paitngs ca Al Schmondt
lows: ALSO KNOWN AS LOT KNOWN NOTICE TO CREDITORS project are as follows:.-o pa |g3-02g| sgpantngs crl A] Schmidt
vs. B-17 OF AN UNRE- (SUMMARY ADMINIS- IN THE FOURTEENTH JU- Service Area, #1 Carille 1110 7304
Begin at the SE corner of CORDED SUBDIVISION. YOU ARE NOTIFIED that TRACTION) DICIAL CIRCUIT COURT, Wate Systemv Se ice r - --- --
Section 34, Township 1 BETTY MARQUITA CAS- A/K/A an action to foreclose a IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, A r sty em service COLOR SELLS!
North, Range 13 West, SELMAN A/K/A BETTY 3365 LAKESHORE DR mortgage on the following TO ALL PERSONS HAV- FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL This activity involves the Get Your Classified Ad
Washington County, Flor- MARQUITA CASSLEMAN; CHIPLEY FL 32428 property in WASHINGTON- ING CLAIMS OR DE- CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR cns tcti tno e a Get Your Classified Ad ll
ida, thence S 87 40' 00" W UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF County, Florida: MANDS AGAINST THE WASHINGTON COUNTY, aconst ton o a new po- in I 3120
for a distance of 1307.15 BETTY A MA QUITA CASE- If you fail to file your an- O A T ABOVE ESTATE: FLORIDA. PROBATE DIVI- tabl eofwa Cah n8OLfr details Crafter, and Artisans
said section to a concrete MARQUITA CASSLEMAN; the above proceeding, on SOUTHEAST CORNER OF You are hereby notified CASE NO: 67-08-CP-34 mI currently the Town's and be noticed te fortou. e o
inonument, thence along a DONNIE EDWARD CAS- plaintiffs attorney, a de- THE SOUTHWEST QUAR- that an Order of Summary ain source of potable 638-0212 items for you Newcon-
curve to the left, having a SELMAN; IF LIVING, IN- fault will be entered TER OF THE SOUTHEAST Administration will be or IN RE: The Estate Of wae# 03Jr or looking for handmade
radius of 800.78 feet and CLUDING ANY UNKNOWN againstyou for therelief QUARTER OFSECTION 6, has been entered in the DOLLIE G. ALSOBROOKS # 03J Activity WATER L 5479414 item nd gifts to sell in
an arc length of 211.77 SPOUSE OF SAID -demanded in the Com- TOWNSHIP 4 NORTH Estate of DOROTHY VIR- a/k/a TANKWELL TREATMENT our store Call Lisa at
feet, being subtended by a DEFENDANTS(S), IF RE- plaint or Petition. RANGE 13 WEST, WASH- GINIA WALLACE, a/k/a/ DOLLIE MAE AN ELL TREATMENT Treasures and Gift LLC
chord of N 31' 32' 00" W MARRIED, AND IF DE- INGTON COUNTY FLOR- DOROTHY V. WALLACE, ALSOBROOKS, a/k/a CDBG Cost $475,000.00 850-2583850 for more in-
for a distance of 211.15 CEASED, THE RESPEC- DATED at WASHINGTON IDA FOR A POINT OFBE deceased, File Number DOLLIE M. ALSOBROOKS, UnCDBGmeCost Need 7500000 formation
feet to an iron rod, thence TIVE UNKNOWN HEIRS, County this 24 day of GINNING, FROM SAID 67-08-CP-26, by the Circuit a/k/a OR Need 1170 I pmation.
N 39' 06'32" W for a dis- DEVISEES, GRANTEES, March, 2008. POINT OF BEGINNING Court for Washington DOLLIE CREAMER This activity involves per-
tance of 123.11 feet to an ASSIGNEES, CREDITORS, Clerk of the Circuit Court RUN NORTH 00 DE- County, Florida, Probate ALSOBROOKS forng mofications to Medium Size Dog with T :
Water Well #2 to bring it red collar. Found F3 F/21onc
iron rod, thence along a LIENORS, AND TRUS- By KMcDaniel GREES 20 MINUTES 30 Division, the address of Deceased. nt ring red collar. Found Fri 3/21
curve to the right, having a TEES, AND ALL OTHER Deputy Clrk SECONDS WEST 291.98 whichis c/o Ms. Linda nto compliance with DEP in Wasaw /Vernon area.
radius of 1735.93 feet and PERSONS CLAIMING BY FEET; THENCE SOUTH 89 Hayes Cook, Clerk of the NOTICE TO CREDITORS #q.03 ts Call 726-0154 -------
an arc length of 38.15 feet THROUGH, UNDER OR In accordance with the DEGREES 54 MINUTES 32 Court, RO. Box 647, Chip- (SUMMARY ADMINIS- Activity WATER Estate Sale of Ms. Lil-
being subtended by a AGAINST THE NAMED American with Disabilities SECONDS WEST 442.74 ley, Florida 32428-0647; TRATION) TANKWvELL TREATMENT Alian Little 110 Michigan
chord of N 38' 29' 10" W DEFENDANT(S) UN Act of 990 persons need FEET TO THE EASTERLY that the Decedent's date of PLANT REA Ave. Bonifay, FL. Friday, I
for a distance of 3815 feet KNOWN TENANT #1; accommo RIGHT OF WAY OF death was December 24, TO ALL PERSONS HAV- DBGCost $2500000 March 2008 8
to an iron rod, thence N UNKNOWN TENANT #2; nation to participate in this COUNTY ROAD, THENCE 2007; that the total value of ING CLAIMS OR DE- CDBG Cost $25,000.00 .ch282008,8 am. -
87 50'39" Efor a distance proceeding should contact SOUTH 00 DEGREES 20 the estate is $750.00, and MANDS AGAINST THE The Town of Caryville is in 2008 8 a -5 p.m.
of 1508.27 feet to an iron Defendant(s), the ASA Coordinator no MINUTES 30 SECONDS that the names and ad- ABOVE ESTATE: terested in discussing al- ,j I French Provincial L.R. -
road thence S 01 59' 02" E later than seven (7) days EAST ALONG THE EAST dresses of those to who it ternatives to this ect ectional & tables, Ital-
for a distance of 309.07 NOTICEOFACTION prior to the proceedings If RIGHT OF WAY OF SAID will be or had been as- You are hereby notified and urin Prov al D-
feet along the East line of hearing impaired, please COUNTY ROAD 198.05 signedby such order are: tahaOrder of Summar oTand pttshp ad PE.le&PANM h rina & h win



AJAEGER, Schulstrasse 56, Divistration, the addre : pto Chna & table with 6
EBAea 35083 Wetter Germany which is c/o Mrs. ,21,,20 Pet Supplies a



WALAE 8111 Mp estat PHERe WALLACE, 3924 ley, Florida 32428-Goe;.r- to th p-rojc and 0e i ctorian
Ani siheB. Daughter, GRETCHEN tLOBROOLIDOLL ete Tadlock, Town Clerk, 2130 mAnimals kitchen items, lamps,1
9_____DENICE MASIELLO, 16 CREAMER ALSOBROOKS, P 0. Box 206 Caryville, FL 2140 Pets/Livestock InenS, Iris & Herring-
FenmorW 94th TeDrive, Wattingear deceased, File Number Wanted bone, gl assware, misc.
Falls, New York 12590 67-08-CP-34, by the C;.,:
C. Son, JAMES KIMBERLY County, Florida, Prot. 1
JAEGER, Schulstrasse 56, Division, the addre .: .
70 Cfh.set' 35083 Wetter Germany which is c/o Mrs. L-."'"


H A creditors of the Dece- or hayes Cook, Clbeen assigned by
D. Son, WAYNE CHRISTO- Court, der. Box 647, --r ,
Sthe estate of 94th e Derrace, Sdenrise, that A.th Son, ELYdent' c









WE L U TIME PERIODS SET Florida 34777; 28-_547-5041, Cell: (850) ofhilefore
T8H W~EEK e = i J -- PROBATE CODE. T FI d bourn Adeath was Februar' Cpy, (80 6 8-02 6
W O ALL CAIMS ANTE D DE- the estate is $0, anBETTY
STANDS NOT SO FILED thOCEAL DEAL, of 1984

d d r i, -- s s c-h BARRED Florida32428 eaiers and Vinyl .ing, lawnare, patio& rewin- :
tf^Q Q U X the estate of the Decedent A. Son, JOELY ALVLAN Tops Mobile Unit. I do the dw re-screening, great
Ve a car, truck van NOT WITHSTANDING ANYthose for CREAMER, of 3296 Dots work at your home or rates. (850)638-4492 For Ren t first in Chipleyou





OTHER APPLICABLE TIMEn Way, Chipley, Florida workplace.Reasonable Providing Mini Warehouses. If you
was maPERIOD, ANY CLAIM 32428; rates on new vinyl tops J&J Cabinet Shop. For all don't have the room, "We
S toCycle you are want FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR F, Son, REX ALLEN and auto carpeting. Free your kitchen cabinets g an d Do" Lamar Townsend
A SAVINGS O .01 OFF THE REGU PRCEmust file their claims with CREAMER, of 566 Martin estimates. Call anytime, house repair needs. Call (850)638-4539, north of


8 ,, DECEDENT'S DPROB ATE CODE. OF Luther King Drive, Chipley, 850) James S Howe (850) Townsnds



20 Words 8 Weeks One LOW Price! DEATH ISBARRED .. Florida 32428; (5..6312;638-7351 535-2839260-1619
20 Words 8 Weeks One LOW Price! DEATH IS BARRED. Florida 32428; '.638-7351 535-2839; 260-1619 __________ aeo r is ur-U rtuoi ~~O J-___________ ,Mn trg nCily


h me date oT fte frsi puobi- G. uranason, JAMvED u- ,, Mini Storage in Chipley.
cation of this Notice is WAN CREAMER, JR., who All .sizes for rent. We
To place your ad, call March 22, 2008. is the only child of the furnish the lock.


850-638-0212* 850-547-9414 (850)326-2399
WAYNE G. BRAXTON James Dewan Creamer, B&M Mower Repair &
ElliAttorney For Petitioners Sr., whose address & Service. Quality work at a
850 638-0212Florida Bar Attorney No. whereabouts are fair price. Pickup & Deliv-
W shin ton CountyNewBox 564, Chipley, FL Home Childcare (850)638-4492 or Mary
W h t.'e32428-0564 ALL INTERESTED PER-
850-638-7268/Office or SONS ARE NOTIFIED Childcasre: openings for Sod For Sale on the farm, Sewing Machine and Vac-
Holm e C unty Tim es Advertiser 506387263/Facsllmle THAT. all ages. Aftercare delivered or installed. Cen- uum Cleaner Repair, guar-
Ho im es County IIm es- ve li Pornon .',i ,i.sir,, All creditors of the dece- (Graceville only), spring tipede and 419 Bermuda. anteed service on all
WAYNE l i I '1ii1rnI dent and persons having break and summer. Refer- West Florida Turf makes and models. Free
WAI LACE claims or demands against ences, experienced, first ( 8 5 0 ) 6 3 8 4 8 6 0 estimates. Western Auto,
W eekly Advertiser As publish d in the Wash- the astateo of the Decedent aid/CPR. Teresa 260-2223 (850415-0385. Established 216 N. Waukesha, Bonifay.
Inlor n County News, other than those for whom 1980 547-3910
'Up to 20 words. Personal ads only, no dealers. MrrOi 22. 29, 2008, provision for full payment


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8 Saturday, March 29, 2008 0 Washington County News


S3300 4100 4100 4/U 1 6110 6170
New Consignment Store For Sale: 3 female don- ArtEnterta Healthcare/CNA/Aide Healthcare ALL LARGE Apartments, Mobile Homes for rent in
w onsig e tor oo es (Jenne ArtEntertinment/Media 1BR, $450 SD $250; Cottondale on Sapp Road,
quit y clean used furnitu g ea or all for $500.00, CNAs, LPNs & RNs Immediate Opening 2BR/1BA $525 SD $300. 8 miles east of Chipley.
nd accessories Turn Call 956-2659. For Sale: r - Reporter/ FLEX SCHEDULING com- Licensed Physical Ther- Downtown Chipley, con- 3BR/2BA and 2BR/2BA
your items into cash, o r 200 Ford Taurus $3800. I Photographer ing soon! Washington Re- apy Assistant (PTA) venient location. Rent in- available. Total electric. AOMOTIVE,MARINE
fyur items into cTasu, worry o better offer Call I habilitation and Nursing Competitive salary and cludes stove, refrigerator, (850)258-4868; 209-8847 RECREATIONAL
free. Call Lsa at Treasures 9 r oe DRIVERS WANTED- I Center is happy to offer for benefits. Please fax re- city water, sewer, garbage www.charloscountryliv-8100Antique & Collectibles
850-258-3850 for moe White5 an GREAT BENEFITS News Holmes County Certified Nursing Assist- sume to 850-415-1967 Sorry no pets or HUD. ing.com 8110 Cars
850-258-3850 for more 5x10 handyman Tri-County Community News & Homes County ants and Licensed Nurses or call 850-596-0218. 850-638-3306. Nice Clean 3BR/2BA Mo- 8120 Sports Utility Vehicles
trailer. Rear, side doors. I Council, Inc., is accept- I Times-Advertiser, a divi- orNice Clean 3BR/2BA Mo-85
ncudesa ssu ngapplicationstfothe sionofFloridaFreedom he ta ao Other Townhouse Apt for rent- bile Home. Nice area, just 8130 Trucks
com ing appicaos 8140 Vans
w/ex terior fittings, work Washington County Newspapers, is seeking 2BR/1.BA. Chipley. outside Chipley city limits. 8150 -Commercial
bench, vise, shelving. A Transportation Program. general assignment their life,family and needs. No pets. Day phone, 160 -Motorcycles
n is s eong. s Program. We a launching new Mystery Shoppers, get $595/th. 638-1918. hone e
wired. Best offer. GreatBenefit Package. reporter/photographer. We are launching new Mystery Shoppers, get $595/mth. 638-1918. 638-4630, night phone, 8170 uto Parts
Exellentcompany ben Quality of Life Programs paid to shop! Retail/dining 638-1434. & Accessories
638-0020.eI I n- for the employees and establishments need un- 68210- Boats
B&B Furniture 1342 REQUIREMENTS: Must f. Residents. Join our team derercover clients to judge 8220 Personal Waterraft
North RR Avenue, Chip- I be 25 years of age and and secure a position. Ap- quality customer service. 6140 8230 Sailboats
y. We pay cash or have an Operators SendresumetoEditor, and secure a position. Ap- quality customer service. al
S10 I hav License with at Washington Counh ply at WRNC, 879 Usery Earn up to $150. a day. 2BR/2BA in Chipley, $775 8240 -Boat & Marine
850cean, quality furniture 3310 Driv least 5 years drLicense with ax-t News Rd., Chipley, FL 32428. Call (888)-523-1013. a month with first, last and Supplies
.AskforWantedpaying cash, Pi- erne totoa- 1364 N. Railroad Ave. (83833 Youth.Pastor/parttime security deposit. Call0- A / a hicles
neededforindependt 8833230-C Ampe RoadVehicles
Pasco or Carolyn anos, Hammond organs, tons. Must agree to an- I 32428 3 needed for independent 850-6 330 Campers & Trailers
guitars amps, banjos, nual physical and back- Spray Technician church in Chipley. Must be 8340- Motoromes
Furniture & Mattresses mandolins,, violins, ground screening. Or e-mail to: 2BR/1BA Block Home for 830--- -
Low, low, ow overhead obros, broken or dam- I afelsberg@ The Holmes County Board called by GOD. If inter- re in country southeast ESTATE FOR SALE
guarantees low low low aged okay. Bill Covington DUTIES: Transport I chipleypaper.com of Commissioners will re- ested please call of Chipley. $400 month RE .TAE F
reP&S Discount Fur 557-1918,638-5050 riders to a ceive applications 850-415-0470. lus deposit. 638-0699. 7100 Homes 8110
niture, Chpley. (Since pre-determined sched- No phone calls for a part time Mosquito/2 Brick Home in 711Home/ 1978 Lincoln Mark V,
1973) 850-638-4311 ule. Use two-way radio. I Drug Free Workplace. Spray Technician for the Alford with CH&A. $650 7 oe al 59,385 actual miles, great
E- *. Alford with CH&A. $650 7 Comerty 59385 actual miles, great
Must be able to secure EOE Holmes County ,-.7120 Commercial
Must be able to secure E Holmes Coun per month plus deposit & 7130 Condo/Townhouse condition, asking $3,000.
3320 wheelchairs (will train); Board of Commissioners. reference. Available April 7140- Farms & Ranches Call 850-638-1484. If not
S AZALEAS $1.87, Garde- be a team player assist- I This position will be for a 1st. 850-579-4317. 7150 Lots and Acreage available leave message.
t -AZALEAS 87,er shru- ing other drivers when Drivers maximum of 7160 Mobile Homes/Lots SOLD
nias, many other shrubs, ended; enjoy working twenty hours (20) per 7170 Waterfront
[ 230 1., FruTrees 10.e8 nee y i CDL. Driver needed to week. Previous experience .. Publisher's 7180- Investmnt
4254 Shell Landing Rd, Flowering and shade trees wiand othelderly, riders. able drive dump truck. operatingspray Notice Proper John Deere 525, 46-deck
Vernon, FL Antique glass, also. Swanson's All Waysother riders 850-238-2468. equipment and handling 7AL ESTATE FOR RE ours very fast cumotor, 275
a Growing' Nursery 1658 Hwy R ESTATE FOR RENT, Real Estate hours very fast cutting ask-
pottery, pewter, silver, also G Nus Bo Applications may be ob- the required chemicals is All real estate advertising in 7200 Timeshare ing $1,275. Call
plus size women's clothesNW Bon I Applicatany oe ob- a desirable. All work 6100 Business/ this newspaper is subject to 850-638-1484. If not availa-
and other items-cash fay. 850-547-2938 tained at any of the General Comness/ this newspaper is subject to 850-638-1484. If not availa-
only. 535-4770. April 5, ues-Sat. c#:48001832 I ri-CountyCommunity I will be after 7:00 p.m. A Commercial the Fair Housing Act which ble6v m message
o. 5 4770. Apri Tues-St. Lc#48001832 n ices and valid Florida State Drivers 6110 Apartments makes it illegal to advertise be leave message.
2008. 7am untilBrock Nurseries u fices and I Avon Representa- License and good 6120 Beach Rentals "any preference, limitation or
2008.7amLeola Brock Nurseries submitted by Monday, I Avon 130Cndow Ucense and house discriminationbas on I 7100 1986-5.0 Mustang, strong
Large, St & LLC Plants, trees and I March31 at 4:30 p.m. tives needed Bonifay, driving record is required. 140 -House Rentals race, color, religion, sex, Two story home in Ge- motor, good transmission,
large Moving Sale, Sat & shrubs. Landscape design, For information call I Chipley, Graceville, This position does not pro- 6150 Roommate Wanted handicap, familial status or neva on County Rd. 31 needs a little work. $1500.
Sun, April 5th&6th, landscape contracting, irri- Sharon Kerit, Adminis- Wausau, Vernon, vide County 6160- Rooms for Rent national origin, or an inten- two miles from the Florida 850-638-7756
8:00-4:00. 14 miles south gaton systems 1788 trativ Manager, (850)9. Caryville Ponce deBenefits. Applications will 6170 Mobile Home/Lot tion, to make any such pref-ewaint
of Chiply, off Orange Hill Road Bonifay, FL 547-3689. Leon Ask about be received until 4:00 p.m. 6180 Out-of-Town Rentals erence, limitation or dis- For lSale: 1998 Camaro,
Rd. Follow signs. Furni- 322 (Wahington m 5on April 9,2008. 6190 -Timeshare Rentals crimination" Familial status carpet with fenced back- For Sale 1998 Camaro,
re, stove, ladders, gene uny (850 8 ; Successful applicant will ni-kit 850-5471640 Eligible applicants may 200Vacation Rentals includes children under the ard and pond. 1.6 acres, leer o, 134 i-
ator, pictures, what-nots, 3261500 be subject to I Dwayne Atkins ISR obtain an application at age of 18 living with parents $138,000. 850-373-5018 s uns good, no me-
books, & lots more. I pre-employment drug I the Holmes County or legal custodians, preg- chanical problems, body
books, & lots more pret de Ho County nant women and people se- in good shape, $5,000.
Stest. 'ealthcare B o 1Om o ms 6100 curing custody of children 850-5275520.
Office, 201 N .Oklahomaunder 18 rE,. 6
I Only qualified appli- I St., Suite 203, Executive Office space 71 .50
Scantswill be consid- I Help Wanted- Interim Bonifay, FL 32425, Mon- for lease on Brickyard I This newspaper will not 2.25 Acres on Greenhead
ered I Healthcare has an im- day thru Friday between I Rd. Great location | knowingly accept any adver- Rd. just off Hwy 77, high
Catfish "mediate opening in the the hours of 8:00 am across from Chipley tising for real estate which is and dry, nice trees. $1,000 8130
.- ., I EQUAL OPPORTUNITY II Alford area, 40 hrs. al and 4:00 pm or at I High School. 638-7700 in violation of the law. Our dwn, $455 month. 2002 Chevrolet 1500 HD
You catch catfish, $1.50 S I EMPLOYER AND DRUG I week, Monday thru Fri- I www.holmescountyfl.org www.chipleyofficefor aders are rebyinformed 850-258-9677. 4-DR 4x4. 188,000 miles
AND SMOKE FREE day for an L.RN. If inter- T that all dwellings advertised 80_5_97.____4_1800_ils
pound. Gilbert Catfish E OANDSMOKE FREE i I The Holmes County lease.dcm ispaper are availa- $7900. Call 334-726-4967.
Pond loat i 2854 EMPLOYMENT WORKPLACEE tested please call (850) Board of Commissioners is inhis newspaper are avaia MP Enterprises Land Sale $700.all 334-726-4967.
Highviw Circle, Chipley 4100 Help Wanted---' -------- 482-2770 or stpp by an Equal Opportunity Em- Executive Office Space basis. To complain of dis- and Finance. 5 acres orSilverado
Florida. Phone: 4130 Employment I4306 5th Avenue, Mar- player and a for rent downtown Chipley. crimination call HUD toll-free more for houses only, 4x4, 3Z71 Off Road
850-638-8633. Inlormatlon anna, to apply. Drug Free Workplace. 638-1918 at 1-800-669-9777. The wooded & pasture. 3 miles Package. V8, BF Goodrich
toll-free number for the hear- South of Chipley. Highway 305/70 tires. PW, PB, PDL,
Ing impaired is 77, Gainer Rd., Houston cruise tilt, CD, tool box
paying Aviation Maintenance Career. 1-800-927-9275 Rd., Beadle Rd., Duncan bed liner, towing package.
Announcements Health FAA approved program. Financial aid Community Rd., (4) five acres (8) ten Great condition, Clean!.
if qualified Job placement assistance. Rd., (4) five acres (8) ten $16,000. Ask for Gary @
if qualified Job placement assistance.--e a .nghtora. 850-773-1960.
Run your ad STATEWIDE! You can Do you Experience Anxiety? There are Call Aviation Institute of Maintenance Low down payment, sh.low ______ .
run your classified ad in over 100 answers in this book. Buy and read Self (888)349-5387. .. monthly payments. Call,
Florida newspapers for $475. Call Analysis by L. Ron Hubbard. Price $15.00. Milton 3Peelfor information 88140
this newspaper or (866)742-1373 for Hubbard Dianetics Foundation (813)872- ATTEND COLLEGE ONLINE from I 6170 | 1990 Pontiac Van, has
more details or visit: www.florida- 0722: -E-mail cofstampa@gmail.com. Home. *Medical, *Business, *Paralegal, 2BR/1BA Mobile Home, i,9.'I body damage, but has
e 10 rMil s outside Chipley many new parts, runs
classifieds.com. *Computers, *Criminal Justice. Job city limits. 'New carpet, n 7160, good. $500 OBO. Call
Help Wanted placement assistance. 'Computer CH/A, carport, two decks, 1999 14x70 3BR/2BA. 850-415-1030.
Apartment for Rent available. Financial Aid if qualified. Call no pets. 850-638-7009 Metal siding, shingle roof,
Drivers: ASAP! Sign-On Bonus 35-42 (866)858-2121, www.onlineTidewaterT 3BR/2BA Doublewide $14,900. Includes set up.
I Mobile-Home in Wausau, Call Brad @H) 85n-763u-7780 r0--
Always Renting? Buy a 3bd 2ba Home cpm Earn over $1000 weekly Excellent ech.com. $550 month pl Waus last and Call Brad Free@ 850 763-7788160
nly $200/mo!5%dn, 20yrs @ 8%apr! Benefits Need CDL-A and 3 mos recent security. Available April 1-866-732-7607. 2006 Honda Shadow, 750
For Listings (800)482-9419. OTR (800)635-8669. NOW AVAILABLE! 2008 POST 1st, 850-638-4649. motorcycle, garage kept
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Business Opportunities


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95 Honda Civic $900! 93 Toyota Camry
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Homes For Rent


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

3BR/2BA Foreclosure! $11,000! Only
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apr. Buy, 4/BR $477/Mo! For listings
(800)366-9783 Ext 5798.
Homes For Sale

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Foreclosures! Buy 1-4bd Homes from
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info (800)482-9419.

Bank Repos! 3bd 2ba Home only, $35k!
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from $199/mo! 5%dn, 20yrs @ 8%apr!
For Listings & info (800)482-9419.


Miscellaneous

DIVORCE$27 5 $350*COVERS
children, etc. Only one signature required!
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bNC MOUNTAINS 2+ acres with great
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Log Home Package. Easy Access to
Intracoastal Waterway. County Road
Frontage with Utilities! $89,900! Call
now (866)950-5263, Ext.103.

LOG CABIN only $69,900. Lake Access
with FREE Boat Slips. Own the dream!
New 2,128 sf log cabin package at
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financing. Call now (800)704-3154, x
1752

Tennessee- Affordable lake properties on
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