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Paro le denied
State Attorney Steve Meadows announces that
the Florida Parole Commission denied relief in
the case of Judith Loren. Loren was convicted
in 1984 and sentenced to life in prison for the
murder of her estranged husband, Buddy
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In The News


Mayor Pro Temrn
Karen Rustin presents the
Employee of the Quarter.
award to Norman Anderson at
Thursday night's Chipley City
Council meeting.
See, Page 2


Contributed photo


Investigation
continues
into a Tuesday night shooting
that sent a Washington
County man to the hospital
and another to Washington
County Jail
See, Page 4


Things to do in
Washington, Holmes and
Surrounding Counties
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FTZ

JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afelsberg@chipleypaper.com
CHIPLEY The
Board of Directors of the
Port of Panama City
unanimously approved
putting the two Washing-
ton County industrial
parks under a foreign
trade zone application.
The information on the
vote came from Chamber
of Commerce Executive
Director Ted Everett, who
attended the meeting
Thursday afternoon in
Panama City.
"The Board voted to
approve a recommenda-
tion from consultant Greg
Jones of the Foreign
Trade Zone Corpora-
tion," Everett said by
phone Thursday after-
noon. The application
includes the Tommy
McDonald Industrial
Park and the Washington
County Industrial Park.
The two industrial parks
will be part of a sub-zone
of the Port of Panama
City. The consultant will
next take the application
to US Customs for
approval.
If approved, any busi-
ness operating in the
parks or businesses plan-
ning to operate in the
parks can apply for FTZ
status. They would pay for
their own applications
and the computer soft-
ware necessary to operate
in an FTZ.
Washington County
Board of County Com-
missioners and Chipley
City Council approved
paying $25,000 each for
the Chamber to apply for
FTZ status
Everett said the effort
was part of the Chamber's
long-range economic
development plan.
"It's part of out effort

See FTZ, page 4


Jay Felsberg / Managing Editor
Rick Bender spoke with students at Bonifay Middle School Thursday about the dangers of spit tobacco.





' ItS your decision'



Cancer victim urges everyone not to use spit tobacco


JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afelsberg@chipleypaper.com
BONIFAY Rick Bender was a
high school baseball player, a regular
guy who lived in San Diego, Calif.
When he was 26, however, his life
changed dramatically. In fact, Ben-
der said, his life nearly ended
because of dipping snuff. Bender is
telling that story at schools and
organizations throughout the Pan-
handle over the next few weeks.
'At the age of 12, I started using
spit tobacco, commonly known as
chewing tobacco or snuff," Bender
told students at Bonifay Middle
School Thursday. "There were sev-
eral things that influenced me in its
use, and probably the biggest was the
game of baseball."
Bender also spoke at Roulhac
Middle School and New Life Assem-
bly of God on Friday.


Bender said that the tobacco
industry spends about $13 billion a
year on advertising and sponsor a
number of events to promote their
products. He said that the industry
promotes spit tobacco as somehow


safer than cigarette use.
"Tobacco is tobacco, gang," he
told the students.
At the age of 26 in March of 1989
Bender told the students that he was
diagnosed with cancer because of his
use of spit tobacco. Bender under-
went four major surgeries to remove
the cancer and the results left him
mangled for life.
"I lost one-third of my tongue,
one-half of my jaw, and 25 percent
use of my right arm, as well as almost
my life," Bender told the students.
The majority of them appeared to be
paying close attention as Bender
described the agonizing process for
himself and his family.
"I never thought I would see my
family again," he said. "I never
thought I would see my baby daugh-
ter, Nicole, again."
Bender said that because of his
See BENDER, page 4


Ellis looks back at county development


JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afelsberg@chipleypaper.com
CHIPLEY The Washington
County Chamber of Commerce
recently honored former Chamber
Director Ole Ellis with the first-
ever Ole Ellis Washington County
Lifetime Community Leadership
Award at the annual Chamber
banquet. A video honoring Ellis
was also presented.
Ellis is one of several Washing-
ton Countians who could be called
groundbreakers for business and
economic development. He dis-
cussed local economic develop-
ment in a recent interview.
In 1979 there was no organized
economic development effort in


"About 10-14 folks really believed the
Chamber could make a difference.
The City of Chipley and the Board of
County Commissioners came through
with the initial funding, and that pretty
much put the wheels back on."
Ole Ellis


Washington County when Ellis
was named Chamber director.
"There had been earlier efforts,
but they had been sporadic," Ellis
said. In 1979 the Chamber basi-
cally had no staff and it had a sense
of dormancy." Ellis said the small
population of the county and high
unemployment rate presented a
need for a major development
effort. The Chamber decided to


take the lead.
'"About 10-14 folks really
believed the Chamber could make
a difference," Ellis said. "The City
of Chipley and the Board of.
County Commissioners came
through with the initial funding,
and that pretty much put the
wheels back on."
That initial funding was $25,000
for Ellis and a part-time Chamber


employee, who eventually became
a full-time employee. The staff was
small but Ellis said they immedi-
ately went to work.
"We inventoried the county and
listed the features and benefits of
doing business in Washington
County and developed our initial
marketing program," he said. The
results of that inventory showed
that Washington County could
offer industrial ,park land, access
via Interstate 10, State 90 and the
railroad, a large available labor
force, and good education, includ-
ing Washington-Holmes Technical
Center.
"We then put together a profes-
sional presentation to show what
See ELLIS, page 4


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2 Saturday, April 12, 2008 Washington County News


Mayor Pro Tern Karen
Rustin, right, awarded an
Employee of the Quarter
honor to Norman
Anderson, left, on
Thursday night at the
Chipley City Council
meeting.


NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
The Planning & Zoning Commission of the City of Chipley, Flor-
ida, will conduct a public hearing at Chipley City Hall Council
Chambers, 1442 Jackson Avenue, on Thursday, April 24,2008 at
9:00 a.m. The purpose of this hearing is to review and consider a
land use compliance. The purpose is to allow the construction
of a 4,900 square foot building and paving addition to the exist-
ing Blockbuster video retail store. Location: 1695 Main Street,
Chipley, Florida 32428. Parcel ID #: 00-2336-0003. Petitioner:
LGS Investments, LLC. Legal Description: 16 4 13 1.02 ORB
462 P 167 BEG 1888.02' S OF NWC, RN S 21 3.94', SE 94.40',
SE 31.15', E 45.99', NE 39.48', N 207.05', W 192.61' TO POB AS
DESC IN OR B 462 P 167, ESMT OR 441 P 578.
The subject property is more specifically designated in the map
reflected herein:
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All citizens and interested parties are encouraged to attend the
public hearing. Any inquiries regarding the public hearing or any
person requiring special accommodations due to disability or
physical impairment, including speech or hearing impairments,
should contact the city administrator's office at (850) 638-6350 at
least three (3) business days prior to the hearing.

Jim Lassiter
Code Enforcement Officer



Washington County


Health Department


Welcomes The


TOBACCO PREVENTION


& CONTROL PROGRAM

FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF

HEALTH

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.
* 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.
*A 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.


Grant obtained for 'Project Pipe'


JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afelsberg@chipleypaper.com

CHIPLEY Washington
County Chamber of Com-
merce Executive Director
Ted Everett had good news
Thursday night for Chipley
City Council. Not only did the
county's two industrial parks
end up as part of an applica-
tion for free-trade zone status
(see related article), but a
$215,000 grant has been
obtained for 'Project Pipe' at
the county industrial park.
The grant would be used to
extend City water and sewer
services to the site.
Everett said he is waiting
for word any day now for
approval of the $2 million-
plus intermodal transporta-
tion grant to build about 700
feet of rail spur for the proj-
ect, which has been several
years in the making.
Everett also provides an
update of progress of the
Community Redevelopment
Agency. Everett said at the
next CRA meeting on Mon-
day the board of directors will
be asked to raise the amount
available for facade grants
from $3,000 to $5,000. The


board will also be asked to
approve raising the amount
for business renovation loans
from $10,000 to $20,000 or
$30,000. These loans are
available at just two percent
interest. The board is also
looking at some sort of uni-
formity plan for downtown
renovation.
Everett said the Chamber
and the CRA are working
with the recently reformed
Downtown Merchants' Asso-
ciation. Paul Goulding and
the Goulding Agency are
preparing a website for DMA
that would be free for a year.
The first YMCA ball sea-
son is underway at Pals Park.
YMCA Board Chairman Tod
Barfield said there are about
425 ballplayers, with 19 teams
for ages 9-15, four for coach-
pitch boys, two for coach-
pitch girls and five for T-ball.
Opening day ceremonies are
Saturday, April 12.
For photos of recent
action; go to www.chipleypa-
per.com
In other business, Council:
Approved a resolution
recognizing April 27-May 3
as National Volunteer Week.
Mayor Linda Cain presented
the resolution to representa-


tives of Covenant Hospice,
volunteer Vivian McDonald,
Volunteer Service Manager
Donna Meldon, and Clinical
Manager Stephanie Gusta-
son, RN.
Approved the surprise
award of Employee of the
Quarter to Norman Ander-
son. Mayor Pro Tem Karen
Rustin presented the award.
Approved two change
orders for Baskerville-Dono-
van, Inc. for irrigation at the
industrial park ($29,900) and
for engineering services to tie
in water lines between 2nd
and 3rd streets ($6,970). Con-
tracting the latter project will
be extra.
Tabled a recommenda-
tion from the Planning and
Zoning Board for a land use
variance for Tom and Virgie
Bowen at 1290 Wells Avenue.
Approved using Poly-
engineering as engineer for
Phases III and IV of the Pals
Park expansion project. The
project includes two new
tournament ball fields, so
Chipley can host major tour-
naments, and a walking trail.
Approved reappointing
Vernon Anderson to the
Chipley Hosing Authority
board.


Jay Felsberg / Managing Editor
Mayor Linda Cain (right) reads the resolution recognizing April 27-May 3 as
National Volunteer Week. She is joined (left to right) by Vivian McDonald,
Stephanie Gustason and Donna Meldon of Covenant Hospice.


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Washington County News Saturday, April 12, 2008 3


Kiwanis learn about GPS


Guest speaker at Tuesday's
Kiwanis meeting was Vernon
E. Lewis, Jr. a senior proba-
tion officer with the Florida
Department of Corrections.
Lewis, who lives in Holmes
County and is a member of
the Bonifay Kiwanis Club,
explained several aspects of
how the
Global
Position-
ing Sys-
t e m
(GPS)
helps in
his job, 24
hours a
Vernon E. day, to








GPS system can actually
Lewis Jr.s on within a
person
on probation. This is done
only with the approval of
tivhe Courtdevice system. A moni-
toring system is strapped
around the ankle of a
parolee who will wear the
device 24 hours a day. The
GPS -system can actually
locate a person within about
three meters, or five feet, day
or night.
The GPS equipment is
not worn as aatellcrime preven-
tive device but it can deter-
mine if the person wearing
the device was actually at the
scene of a new crime. The
equipment, which costs about
$1,500 to buy and $8 a day to
operate, includes a strap, a
base unit, a transmitter and
the GPS unit about the size of
a cel phone. A signal is trans-
mitted to the satellite com-
munication system com-
prised of 24 satellites. Three
of these satellites triangulate
the signal to locate a person.
If the ankle strap is cut or
removed, a signal to that
effect is also sent and a pro-
bation officer is notified;
appropriate action is then
taken.
I For more information
about the GPS system and
how it is used, or any other
aspect of the Florida Depart-
ment of Corrections, contact
the department at


Contributed photo
Youth Services committee member Malcolm Gainey,
left, presented a $500 check to Don Walters of the
Orange Hill Soil & Water Conservation System to
help defray expenses of the Kids Fishing Day event.
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Contributed photo
Youth Services committee chairman Dell Corbin, left,
presented a $250 check to Scout Master David
Bradford to purchase a set of tires for the used
travel trailer the Kiwanis Club recently donated to
the Boy Scouts for their use.


www.dc.state.fl.us or Lewis at
(850) 638-6234 or e-mail him
at .lewis.vernonmail
.dc.state.fl.us.
The Kiwanis Club of Chip-
ley meets every Tuesday at
noon at Pattillo's Restaurant
on the campus of Washing-
ton-Holmes Vocational Tech-
nical School.
Merchants
Association to meet
The next Chipley Down-
town Merchants' Association
meeting is scheduled for
April 14. They will meet with
the group from the Univer-
sity of Florida doing the study
on the local area at 5 p.m. in'


PC Beach hosts horse show


PANAMA CITY BEACH The 10th
annual Gulf Coast Horse Show and Music
Festival returns to Panama City Beach at
Frank Brown Park, Wednesday through Sat-
urday, April 23 26. Gates will open at 3:30
p.m. with shows starting at 5:30 each night.
Admission is $12; children age six and
under and persons showing an active military
I.D. admitted free.
Specialty acts and live entertainment
scheduled before and after the show
includes Jeff Cook & The Allstar Goodtime
Band, Kenny Kidd, Ivey Brothers, Tim


Leper and 'Wild Thang', Big Horse Produc-
tions and Flippenout Productions and many
specialty acts round out the shows.
Over $50,000 in total prize money and
bonuses will be awarded. No qualification
necessary for championship classes. Entry
fee of $50 for all classes except walking horse
championship ($160) and WH.TA. Rider
Cup classes are $60. entry fee for stick class
is free. For more information visit website
www.gulfcoasthorseshow.com; e-mail gulf-
coasthorseshow@hotmail.com. Call (850)
914-9030 for reservations and ticket info.


C A t eo C a ndi d ates!


the City Council chambers.
Call 638-2535 for more infor-
mation.
Guardian Ad Litem
needs volunteers
Abused and neglected
children need a voice in
court. The 14th Circuit
Guardian Ad Litem Pro-
gram is in search of depend-
able adults interested in a
unique way to contribute to
our community.
Call (850) 638-6043 in
Chipley or (850) 482-9127 in
Marianna for more informa-
. tion. The next training class
begins on the evening of
April 14.


Upsurge of Dental Caries in Children


A few weeks ago, in
another local newspaper,
an article was published
on dental caries, or cavi-
ties, for which several
local pediatric dentists
were interviewed. The
article correctly pointed
out that there is currently
an upsurge of dental car-
ies in children.
In fact, this epidemic
of caries is not limited
to children, but affects
all the age groups of our
population. Teens and
young adults frequently
arrive at the dental of-
fice with severe, and
sometimes devastating,
caries primarily due to
soft drink consumption.
Although older patients
do not usually practice
these destructive habits,
they are more vulnerable
to root surface caries as
the periodontal (gum)
tissue has receded and
exposed the fragile parts
of the tooth to the acid
and bacteria in the oral
environment.
The shame is that
these sugar-related car-
ies are virtually always
preventable. An under-
standing of the nature of
the relationship between
simple sugar consump-
tion and caries is criti-
cal of the prevention of
caries. Surprisingly, it is
not the amount of sugar
consumed, but the fre-
quency of exposure to
sugars that is the most
important causative fac-
tor.


When a person con-
sumes sweets, the sugar
causes the pH in the
mouth to become more
acidic. Streptococcus
mutans, the bacteria pri-
marily responsible for
dental caries, thrive in
an acidic environment.
Therefore when one
ingests sugar, the acid-
ity level generates ideal
conditions for dental
caries. The key factor is
that after sugar has af-
fected the acidity of a
person's mouth, it takes
45-60 minutes to return
to normal levels. This
means that if you ingest
sugar more than once an
hour, whether it's a soda,
throat lozenge, or piece
of chewing gum, you
create a continuously fa-
vorable environment for
dental caries.
Dental caries is one of
the most common dis-
eases known to affect hu-
mans and may always be
so. However, you can im-
prove the dental health
of yourself and your,
family by limiting your
sugar intake, but more
importantly, limit the fre-
quency of exposure to
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4 Saturday, April 12, 2008 0 Washington County News


Buckhorn Creek shooting victim released from hospital


JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afelsberg@chipleypaper.com

BUCKHORN CREEK -
Investigation continues into a
Tuesday night shooting that sent a
Washington County man to the
hospital and another to Washing-
ton County Jail.
Investigator Ricky Sewell of the
Washington County Sheriff's


Office said that deputies received a
call at approximately 9 p.m. in ref-
erence to a shooting in the Buck-
horn Creek area. Deputies were
dispatched immediately and found
the victim, Leon Stover at his resi-
dence with two gunshot wounds.
Washington County EMS was dis-
patched to transport Stover to
Northwest Florida Community
Hospital. Family members said
Stover was released from NFCH.


"During the initial investigation,
James Edward Harp, who initially
denied any knowledge of the inci-
dent, later told investigators that
while fishing he had received a call
from his wife stating she had seen
a suspicious man walking near
their home," Sewell said. Harp
told investigators that he took a .22
revolver and went out to check.
Harp was told that someone was
seen entering a small shed on


nearby property.
"He went near the shed and
fired a couple of warning shots,"
Sewell said, "and then fired into
the shed. Four hits were found."
Two of those rounds hit Stover,
who told investigators that he went
to visit a neighbor that night that
was not home. "He used to live at
the address where the shed was
and said he went to the shed to
take a nap," Sewell said


Harp told investigators that he
saw a man leave the shed and say
he had been hit, but did not think
the man was serious. Stover
walked about a quarter-mile to his
home, from where his'wife called
911.
Harp then fled the scene, but
was later arrested and is being held
in Washington County Jail.
Harp is charged with shooting
into an occupied dwelling.


Former judge dead at 85


Willis Clark Trawick served as Washington County judge in 1950s


PERRY WELLS
Correspondent

Beloved father, grandfa-
ther, brother, uncle and for-
mer Washington County
Judge the Honorable Willis
Carl Trawick, died in Jack-
sonville on March 27. His
wife of 55 years, Opal B. Her-
rington Trawick, preceded
Judge Trawick in death on
Feb. 15, a span of only six
weeks.
They are survived by one
son, Willis Carl Trawick Jr.,
hisgwife, Joan, and two grand-
children, Sarah and Leslie.
There are numerous nieces
and nephews residing in this
area.
Trawick was born Sept. 28,
1922, as one of eight children
of James Carl (Jim) Trawick
and Sarah Paul Trawick. The
father had a large satsuma
orchard in Jackson County in
the 1930s, but brought his
family to Washington County
after a bitter cold winter
destroyed his citrus opera-
tion.
Trawick's siblings include
brothers, Eugene, Hannis,
Leslie and Pelham, and sis-
ters, Ethel, Hettie and
Ivanona, all deceased.
Trawick grew up in Wash-
ington County. He graduated
from Chipley High School in
1941 and soon entered the
U.S. Army. He was gravely
wounded in combat while
serving in Germany. These
injuries resulted in the loss of
a leg. He was awarded the
.Purple Heart and the U.S.
Armed Forces Medal given
to servicemen wounded in
action. Trawick also received
other medals of distinction,-
honoring the meritorious
service rendered to his
country.
Trawick entered the politi-


ELLIS,
Continued from page 1
we could offer to business and industry."
The sound and slideshow publicity pack-
age was in place for whenever a presen-
tation was needed to a potential
investor, local club or organization, and
Ellis and other development officials
spoke to any group that would listen.
"Building local consensus was essen-
tial," Ellis said. "You have to have local
effort and a coalition of education, busi-
ness and government.
"Our success came about because of
the commitment of everyone to have a
successful program. If we didn't partner
together it would not work."
Contact with the state came next to
get leads on possible investors.
"We had a dinner meeting in Talla-
hassee with what was then the Florida
Department of Commerce to tell them
about Washington County and to refer
projects to us," Ellis said.
With an organization in place it was
time to go to work. WestPoint was
among the biggest industries recruited
after the parent company conducted an
extensive site search in Florida,
Alabama and Georgia. The process took


Judge Willis Clark Trawick,
Trawick, right.
cal arena in Washington
County when he was elected
county judge in 1951, taking
office in January 1952 at the
tender ag&eof 30.
Upon leaving office in
1956, Trawick relocated to
Jacksonville where he com-
pleted a 30-year career with
Sears, Roebuck and Co.
working in sales.
Funeral services were held
for Trawick in Jacksonville at
2 p.m. Monday, March 31, in
the chapel of Jacksonville
Memory Gardens with burial
immediately following the
service.
Opal B. Herrington Traw-
ick, the judge's wife, died Feb.
15, 2008, in Jacksonville. Her
funeral was held at 2 p.m. on
Wednesday, Feb. 20, at Jack-
sonville Memory Gardens
where interment followed.
She was a native of Hazel-
hurst, Ga., and was one of 13
children. She is survived by
her son and his family, listed
above, as well as three sisters,
and a host of nephews and
nieces.
Opal Trawick retired from
the 'Internal Revenue Ser-
vice after more than 30
years, and was a member of
the Daughters of the Nile.
Both Willis Carl and Opal
Trawick were long-time


members of North Jack-
sonville Baptist Church.
It became necessary for
Judge Trawick to enter an
assisted living facility Turtle
Creek Nursing Home after
his wife's illness. In, this
home, he continued to enjoy
playing various musical
instruments, especially the
piano and guitar, and gener-
ally entertaining fellow resi-
dents with his keen sense of
humor.
Trawick and other family
members traveled to Chip-
ley in November 1980 for
the unveiling of the portraits
and histories of all former
county judges.
These pictures continue
to be displayed on the wall
of the Washington County
Courthouse. The event is
recorded in the Heritage of
Washington County which
was printed in June 2006.
Trawick joined Judge Sam
D. May, as the only two for-
mer judges coming forth to
speak at the historical event,
complete with a well
attended ceremony and an
Official Proclamation
spread on the record in the
Clerk of Court Office.
Trawick's family in Wash-
ington County have contin-
ued to carry on the family


a year and a half and taught everyone
the value of patience, Ellis said.
"Having a building available is also
more likely to draw a visit from a poten-
tial developer," Ellis said. Local
resources were used to build a "spec"
building that has hosted various busi-
nesses, with ABC Fence now occupying
the building. Other efforts led to the
building now occupied by Panhandle
Aeromotive.
Ellis worked in Bay County from
1983-87 and returned in time to help
finish off recruiting UPS. A spec build-
ing on County 273 .outside of Vernon
ended up as home to Washington
County EMS. Efforts to find a site for
a corrections facility led to providing a
home to Vernon Place for juvenile jus-
tice, which closed last year. Part of the
property identified as a possible prison
site ended up as the Vernon Sport-
splex.
Ellis also served on the Industrial
Development Board, which was behind
efforts to recruit WestPoint and to set up
the bond issue to recruit what is now
Chipley Nursing and Rehab.
McDonald's and other restaurants,
Wal-Mart and other projects were
among the successful projects for local
officials. Annexing contiguous property
south of Chipley made it possible to run


name with prominence.
Trawick Construction
Company was founded by his
brother, James Leslie Traw-
ick, in April 1946. This firm
has been a major source of
employment for the work
force of the county.
Jim Trawick took the helm
of leadership upon the
untimely death of his father.
Carthel 'rawick, the son of
Hannis, joined Trawick Con-
struction Company in 1950
and Carlos, son of Pelham
Trawick, later became a
member of the business.
Jim Trawick's son, Jeff,
came to work with the com-
pany in 1984 and daughter,
Jenee, was also employed
there prior to the sale of the
business.
Kenny and Doug Trawick,
sons of Carthel, have made
the family firm their choice of
.a career. Doug's sons, TC.
and Matt, continue to carry
on the tradition as they are
presently working for the
operation, since the change in
ownership.
Colby Peel, current Wash-
ington County Judge, is con-
tinuing the legacy of the
Trawick family in serving as
judge at a young age. Peel is
the great-grandson of Ethel
Trawick Simmons, sister of
the deceased Trawick. Colby
came into office at the age of
30, making him the youngest
county judge in Florida at
that time.
With the passing of 'Raw-
ick, there are no other living
judges who served prior to
my tenure as county judge.
Trawick was my friend
and he always displayed
the utmost respect toward
me and my service in the
office that he held in high
regard and served with dis-
tinction.


utilities to recruit business in that area.
County business leaders were also
involved with the Florida Economic
Development Council and the Rural
Working Group of Enterprise Florida to
provide assistance for poor rural coun-
ties like Washington County. -
Not everything worked out.
For example, the county looked like it
would a get the Schwinn Bicycle plant to
manufacture "high-tech" bicycles, but
the owner decided to keep manufactur-
ing close to his home plant.
"You're not going to be successful at
every attempt, and you have to be able to
accept disappointment," Ellis said.
Overall, however, local recruiting efforts
have borne fruit.
"We have a strong program here,"
Ellis said. "Our success has come about
because of the commitment of the
Chamber and its members, the Board of
County Commissioners and the City of
Chipley. This is necessary for a small
county to have a successful program. If
they didn't partner together it would not
work."
Ellis said that his "nine most impor-
tant things" for success are attitude,
patience and commitment equally
spread out among them, he joked. He
noted one quality over all, however.
"We did it."


BENDER
Continued from page 1

age and the kind.of aggres-
sive cancer he had, he
shouldn't even be in Bonifay
to tell his story. He said that
there are almost no sur-
vivors of his type of cancer
for those under the age of
* 30, and the cancer is show-
ing up in teens and even
younger children.
"My doctor after seeing
how big the cancer was did
not expect me to see my
30th birthday," Bender said.
"But I am still here, and
have a second chance at life.
The way I look at it is, we
are all here for a reason, and
maybe mine is to educate
people about the dangers of
tobacco."
Bender told the students
there are 28 recognized car-
cinogenic elements in snuff
tobacco, and that one dip or
chew could equal five ciga-
rettes. "That's 28 different
ways to get cancer," Bender
said.
"Spit tobacco users are 50
percent more likely that
non-users to get cancers of
the cheek, gums and inner
surfaces of the lips," Bender
said. Sores or a white patch
on the inside of the mouth


FTZ
Continued from page 1

to get the tools we need for
the industrial parks,"
Everett said. That includes
getting a rail spur from "Pro-
ject Pipe" and establishing a
sliding-scale land-price for-
mula for IP property based
on number of jobs to be pro-
vided and wages offered,
among other criteria
"We have all the right
tools," Everett said. "We
have a viable industrial park
with rail and reasonable
land prices based on incen-
tives, as well as an Enter-
prise Zone and FTZ. We are
just five minutes from Inter-
state 10 and the four-laning
of State 77.
"This will benefit the
workforce of Washington
County and bring the bene-
fits to them they deserve."
Foreign-Trade Zones are
secure areas under U.S.
Customs and Border Pro-
tection supervision that are
generally considered outside
CBP territory upon activa-


called leukoplakia are signs
that someone should have a
checkup as soon as possible.
"The door is left wide
open for cancer to get
started there," he said.
Juice from spit tobacco
could also lead to cancer of
the esophagus, larynx, stom-
ach, prostate and pancreas.
Dip also contains highly
addictive nicotine, which is
absorbed into the blood-
stream through the mucous
membrane of the mouth.
Dip tobacco also contains
high levels of salt, and that
contributes to high blood
pressure and heart disease,
he said. It also harms teeth
and causes deterioration of
the gums, Bender said.
Bender answered a num-
ber of questions from the
students, and several said
they have tried tobacco or
have family members who
use dip. He urged young
people to stop using tobacco
if they already are. "The
younger you are when you
quit, the faster your body is
renewed," he said.
Bender said the bottom
line is not to start in the first
place.
"You're the only one who
can make that decision, and
you're the one who has to
live with the decision."

tion. Located in or near
CBP ports of entry, they are
the United States' version of
what are known internation-
ally as free-trade zones.
FTZs offer a number of
advantages for business. For
example, the duty on a prod-
uct manufactured abroad
and imported into the U.S.
is assessed on the finished
product rather than on its
individual parts, materials,
or components.
The U.S. based manufac-
turer finds itself at a disad-
vantage compared with its
foreign competitor when it
must pay a higher rate on
parts, materials, or compo-
nents imported for use in a
manufacturing process.
The FTZ program cor-
rects this imbalance by treat-
ing products made in the
zone, for the purpose of tar-
iff assessment, as. if it were
manufactured abroad. At
the same time, this country
benefits because the zone
manufacturer uses U.S.
labor, services, and inputs.
More on free-trade zones
at www.chipleypaper.com
under Business.


MARRIAGES/DIVORCES


Marriage license
information
The following information
was taken from wedding
license applications issued by
the clerk's office at the
Washington County Court-
house March 17 to March 31,
2008.
March 18, Brandon
Leon Hayes and Roxanne
Alice Bryant.
March 24, David Alan
Cobb and Brenda Faye
Porter.


March 26, William
Chance Morris and Susan
Marie Pearl Cushman.

Divorce
Applications
The following infomation
was taken from records at the
Washington County
Courthouse of unfinalized,
recorded divorce actions from
March 20 through April 4,
2008.
March 24, Micheal D.
Helton vs Lillie Terina
Helton.


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2003
5 years ago
Linda Norton was named
Friend of the Year by
Washington County Public
Library.
Washington County
Council on Aging
celebrated its 10th
anniversary with an open
house.
Tim Ray was named
Chipley's first-ever
Employee of the Quarter.
He was water utilities
director.
Marissa Clark was
crowned Miss Washington
County, and Claire
Thornton became Miss
Chipley, during local
pageants.

1998
10 years ago
Vernon used the county's
new voting machines to
conduct an election for the
town's city council.
Fifth-grade students at
Kate M. Smith Elementary
in Chipley sold cold drinks
and popcorn as a fund-
raiser for the school's Relay
For Life team. They were
using a new popcorn
machine donated by the
PTO.
Orin Cutchin, 72, of
Cottondale made a trip to
Wal-Mart in Chipley. He
didn't plan to shop, but he
did get something nice.
Cutchin removed a swarm
of honeybees that had
settled on a small tree near
the store's north entrance.
He planned to add the hive
to others at his home.


Employees of the
Clerk's Office at
Washington County
Courthouse hosted a salad
luncheon as a Relay For
Life fund-raiser.
Customers had their
choice of homemade
salads served with
crackers, bread, a drink
and dessert, for just $3.

1993
15 years ago
Billy Williams, a local
soybean farmer, received
the 1993 DuPont Young
Leader Award. He farmed
1,280 acres of cotton,
peanuts, soy beans and
corn.
State Representative Sam
Mitchell announced that
approximately 20 million
had been included in the
state budget for
construction of a prison in
Washington County.
Jessica Williams, Frank
Jackson and Annah Salter
won yellow rosette ribbons
for their entries in an
Easter poster contest.

1983
25 years ago
Dorothy Washington,


secretary at Roulhac
Middle School, was
honored with a baby
shower. Hosts were co-
workers and friends.
Mary Stephens and
daughter, Linda,
accompanied by a niece,
Greer, spent the weekend
at Flagler College in St.
Augustine where Mary's
oldest daughter was a
student.
Ken Fredriksson and
Keith deViere of Chipley
High School won trophies
at the math olympiad held
at George C. Wallace
Community College near
Dothan.

1978
30 years ago
CHS English instructor
Gail Hartzog was named
Washington County
Teacher of the Year.
Mayor Buddy Mitchell
proclaimed April 8 as Band
Appreciation Day. Ben
Godfrey was director.
County commissioners
helped with a fish fry in
Sunny Hills. Tillman Pippin
and Earl Gilbert fried fish
and Waller Everitt made
hush puppies.


1963
45 years ago
Charles L. Register,
owner of Chipley Western
Auto, received a plaque in
recognition of his 15 years of
service to the community.
John Hardin of Chipley
was elected president of the
local Shrine Club. Henry
Pitts was first vice president,
Jake Watkins was second
vice president, and S.A.
Alford Jr., was secretary-
treasurer.
Members of Vernon
Future Homemakers of
America invited local
businessmen to lunch so the
visitors could see what the
club had accomplished.

1908
100 years ago
J.J. and Robby Earle of
DeFuniak Springs were
spending a few days with
their grandmother, Mrs.
L.O. Shivers.
J.T. Harris of Toppenish,
Washington, arrived for a
visit with his cousin, C.H.
Harris.
R.J. Gillette of
Cleveland, Ohio was a
tourist visiting in the city on
Saturday.


COMMUNITY NEWS


CRA board meets on Monday


Washington County News Saturday, April 12, 2008 0*


Relay for Life

more than a walk


Tak e a rs of the Washington ounty News

Taken from the files of the Washington County News |
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Relay for Life will be held
at Old Chipley High School,
April 18 at 6 p.m. to April 19
at noon.
Relay For Life is a true
community event where peo-
ple of all ages and from all
walks of life come together
for a common cause. People
come together to celebrate
those who have and are sur-
viving cancer. Remember
those that have lost the battle
and fight back against this
deadly disease.
Walk, jog or run relay style
around the Old Chipley
High School track from 6
p.m., Friday until noon on
Saturday. Everyone is wel-
come to participate. Food,
fun and camaraderie are part
of the Relay For Life experi-
ence. The opening ceremony
and first lap is called the 'vic-
tory lap,' where cancer sur-
vivors, friends, family and co-
workers are cheered on.
The luminaria ceremony is
dedicated to those who lost
the battle. This is an emo-
tional candle-lighting cere-
mony to honor those who
have survived cancer and to
remember those who have
not.


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CHIPLEY The next
meeting of the CRA Board
of Directors will be on Mon-
day, April 14, at noon in the
PAEC Conference Room.
The meeting will include
Prof. Martin Gold and 15
students to update members
on their activities.

Scholarship dinner
CHIPLEY Les Jolie
Dames Civic Club will hold
its scholarship dinner on
Saturday, April 19 at 6:30
p.m. in the T.J. Roulhac
Enrichment and Activity
Center in Chipley.
A donation of $25 per
person. Semi-formal attire.
For information, call 850-
638-1691. 1

Library schedule
CHIPLEY Events for
the Washington County


Public Library for April 13-
19, National Library Week
are: Storytime Celebrating
Library Week on April 17;
Storytime Celebrating
Earth/Arbor Day on April
24; Anime/ Manga will be
meeting on the April 23.
After school at the
Library: Party for the
Planet "at Your Library on
April 22. The celebration
begins at 3 p.m. Register at
the front desk. Call
638-1314 or e-mail
kidsrule@wcplfl.com.

MSBU meeting
SUNNY HILLS The
Sunny Hills/Oak Hills
Municipal Services Benefit
Unit Advisory Committee
will hold its regular meeting
Tuesday, April 15, at 6:30
p.m. in the Wilder Park
pavilion, 3680 Gables Blvd.,
in Sunny Hills.


Agenda includes adopting
the previous minutes for the
regular meeting on Jan. 10
and a special meeting held
March 19, and discussion on
the transfer of MSBU pur-
chased equipment to the fire
department.

Planning meeting
CHIPLEY Washington
County Planning Depart-
ment will hold a special
meeting of the Planning
Commission on April 15 at 5
p.m. in the county -annex
meeting room, 1331 South
Blvd., Chipley.
On the agenda; consider-
ing transmitting the draft
GIS Future Land Use Map
and Economic Develop-
ment Element of the Com-
prehensive Plan to the


department of Community
Affairs for their comments
regarding sufficiency of
grant documents.
For more information,
call Connie Anderson at
415-5093.

Visioning meetings
CHIPLEY Upcoming
Washington County
Visioning meetings will be
held in the Washington
County annex meeting
room. 1331 South Blvd..
Chipley on April 29, 9-11
a.m. and May 13, from 9-11
a.m.
All Visioning sessions are
open to the public. For more
information call Holly
Langston at West Florida
Regional Planning Council,
850-332-7976 ext, 225.


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ties going on all night long
and into the next day. A
"Battle Of The Bands" is
planned from 1 to 6 a.m. A
cash prize and trophy will be
presented to the winner.
Bands and individuals are
welcome. For more informa-
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contact the entertainment
coordinator, Kristen Marell
(850) 258-3070.
If anyone would like to be
recognized during the sur-
vivor ceremonies, contact
Connie Wheeler at (850)
638-2288 so she can make
sure to have a t-shirt and sur-
vivor reception invitations.
Relay For Life: it's all
about providing hope for the
future, progress towards a
cure, and answers to cancer
questions.
For information Ameri-
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Certified Public Accounting Firm for the
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debris and will be selling chips to the
Wood Pellet Plant in Cottondale. The
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Office at 638-6346.


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CIA M. ALLEN, AND ANY and Less a 30 foot ease- Cashier's Checks, Money Orders, and Western Un- Proposed Procedure dinnrwas, gold, silver, b Rifle. Apprised value
ANY BENEFICIARIES OF Being Parcel #z-8 of an ion are the only other alter- ternatives accepted. Cellular Telephones paintings, call Schmidt $6000ave handmade hunting POSALS; The City ofR RO-I
ANNMUN ENS W. B. ALLEN and his wife, unrecorded plat natives accepted. As published in the Wash- 850-638-7304 knives (reasonable). Vernon will be accept-
GLAUCIA M. ALLEN. As published in the Wash- ington County News April Legal Authority 850-638-8722. ing sealed proposals for
110- Legal Adverd Notising NAME IN WHICH AS- ington County News April 5, April 12, April 19, April The Washington County Recreation Director.
1120- Public Notices/ YOU ARE NOTIFIED that SESSED Michael Raley & 5, April 12, April 19, April 26,2008 School Board is authorized This will be a one (1)d
Announcements an action by the Plaintiffs Vera Hoffmann Estate 26, 2008 under Chapter 1003110 year on The director will bed posi-
1130- Adoptions seeking to quiet-title to.the REQUEST FOR PRO- through 1003 of the Florida I I tiron. The director will be I
1140- Happy Ads 1991 Marshall mobile Said property being in the IN THE CIRCUIT COURT POSAL FOR WORK- School Code to Maytag Refrigerator with I responsible for the over-1
1150 Personals home, VIN county of Washington,IN AND FOR WASHING- FORCE DEVELOPMENT develop/revise policy and top freezer. Works good, 16 ft. Tandem Equip. all recreation program,
1160 Lost #MHAL3034CB4008 lo- State of Florida. Unless TON COUNTY, FLORIDA, SERVICES procedures. white, $200. Magic Chef Trailer, rear ramp, $975; for the City. Please sub-
1170- Found cated in Washington such certificated shall be FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL Smooth Top Electric yard swings cypress and Imit sealed proposals I
County, Florida, has been redeemed according to CIRCUIT. The Chipola Regional Economic Impact Range, self cleaning, red cedar w/chains, $100 along with qualifications
a filed against you and you the law, the property de- CASE NO.67-07-CA-304 Workforce Development The cost of promulgating Good condition, $200. each. 850-638-1991 and salary requirement
S 1100 are required to serve a scribed shall be sold to the BoJAMES CIESIELSKI an d al, Inc. is seeking a these revisions will be ap- Small upright freezer, 33" Bass Player needs work. I RECTOR PROPOSAL. I
[ 11O copy of your written de- highest bidder at the court- JAMES CIESIELSKI and qualified organization with proximately $1.00 per doc- high 211/" wide. 3 shelf's Country, Southern Rock, The deadline for pro-I
ADVERTISEMENT FOR enses, if any, to it on Tim- house door on May 27, wfe, LAURA CESIELSKI, he expertise and capacity nt with bottom basket Good Blues, Jazz 850-535-0283. posas is Apri. 21, 2008.
BIDS othy C. Campbell, Attorney 2008 at 10:00 AM. -vs- to design, administer, and ion, $100. 547-5292. April21
Sat Law, Plaintiffs' Attorney, ELIZABETH WIESZCZEK, deliver various welfare re- Individuals wishing to ob- ___________ Catfish at 4:00 p.. The suc-
SEALED BIDS for the City whose address is 228 E. Dated this 26 day of March Defendant. form and workforce devel- tain a copy of the pro- I cessful application will I
of Vernon, CITY OF VER- 4th Street, Panama City, 2008 opment services to our job posed procedures may You catch catfish, $1.50 be required to pass a
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NON: VERNON CITY HALL FL 32401 on or before NOTICE OF ACTION seekers and employer cus- contact the Superintend-W pound. Gilbert Catfish check. For additional in-
DRAINAGE IMPROVE- May 12, 2008 and file the LINDA HAYES COOK tomers in Calhoun ent's Office at 652 Third 3220 Pond, located @ 2854 check For additional in-
MENTS, will be received original with the Clerk of CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT T 0 : E L I Z A B E T H Holmes, Jackson, Uberty Street, Chipley, Florida. formation you may con-
byMENTShe, will be receivedrnon, riginaourt, ither before COURT WIESZCZEK and Washington Counties As published in the Wash- B&B Furniture 1342 North Highview Circle, Chipley, tact City Hall aton
2808 Yellow Jacket Drive service on the Plaintiffs' at- WASHINGTON COUNTY, C/O ANNA SUWA for the 2008-2009 program ington County News RR Avenue, Chipley. We FloridaPhone:-8633 850-535-2444. The city
ernon, Florida 32462ive, torney or immediately FLORIDA 2336 W. AUGUSTA year. For more information March 15, 19, April 9, 12, pay cash for clean, quality 850-638-8633. I reserves the right to re-1
Vui 2 oPMCntri e 2462,thereafter; otherwise a de- BY: J C Rogers, Deputy CHICAGO, ILLINOIS or to obtain a copy of the 2008. furniture. 850-557-0211 or EZ-GO Golf Cart, all solid I ject any and all pro-I
on May 9th,2008. Bids will fault will be entered Clerk 60622 proposal call 850-718-0456 850-415-6866. Ask for state. Looks good and I posals.
be publicly opened and against you for the relief or you can access a copy N C ITT Pasco or Carolyn runs reat $1 Alo THE CITY OF VERNON
ad atened and d intu forhe Co WARNING: YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI- from our website NOTICE OF INTENT someother ones. 850- o IS ANC EQUAL OOPPOR I
May 9th,2008 at 2:05 PM, plaint. WITNESS my hand tat an action to www.onestopahead.com pursuant to Section Furniture & Mattresses 535121. TUNITY EMPLOYER
Central Time. Ameanda- and official seal of this THERE ARE UNPAID quiet tie on the folla owing by clicking on the link that oran St n u s -1WITH A DRUG FREE
tory Pre-Bid meeting will Court on this 10 day of TAXES ON PROPERTY described real property, says 2008 Workforce De- 121.055, Florida s tatutes, Low, low, low overhead SB 2lAD E E
be held on April 25th, 2008 April, 2008. WHICH YOU OWN IN to-wit: veiopment Services RFP the Washington County guarantees low, low low For Suminumale- 10' Brake, 24 WORKPLACE.
at 2:00 pm, Central Time, WHICH YOU HAVE LEGAL Proposals will be due by Board of County Condes- prices P&S Discount Fur- Alumince guns & ladders. 547-5868. r --- - --
at City Hall, 2808 Yellow LINDA HAYES COOK INTEREST. THE PROP- Lot 5, Block D, according 1:00 PM. (CST) on May 5, missioners intends to des- nature, Chipley. (Since guns & ladders. 547-5868. --F-m- --Associate-
at City Hall, 2808 YellowERTY WILL BE SOLD AT to Oak Hill Unit One, a 2008. Minority owned busi- ignate the position of 1973) 850-638-4311 For Sale: 3 female don- Washington/Holmes Co.
Jacket Drive, Vernon, Flor- ClerkofCourt PUBLIC AUCTION ON subdivision of part of Sec- nesses are encouraged to Growth Management Di- --- keys (Jennies) $200.00 I Duties include: Trans-
ida 32462. If a represent-RACTOR BYK. McDaniel May 27, 2008 UNLESS tion 27, Township 2 North, apply. The CRWDB is an rector, Public Safety each or all for $500.00, porting children who
ative of the CONTRACTOR Deputy Clerk THE BACK TAXES ARE Range 14 West, as shown equal opportunity Director, and Public Ser- Call 956-2659. For Sale: have been removed
Asdoes notpublished in the Wash- PAID TO MAKE AR in Platt on file, as recorded employer/program. Auxil- vices Director as Senior 2001 Ford Taurus $3800. I from the hqme due to I
.ing, the CITY will not ac- ingtonCounty News April RANGEMENTSFOR PAY- in Plat Book 3, Page 158, iary aids and services are Management Class under or3230etter offer, Call neglect or abuse; pro-
bidcept the CONTRACTO 12,19, 26, May 3, 2008. MENT OR TO RECEIVE of the Public Records of available upon request to the Florida Retirement 5Family Yard Sale- on 956-2659. viding safe and support-
bid.FURTHER INFORMATION Washington County, Flor- individuals with disabilities. System, effective May 1,4/11/08 & 4/12/08on PerryFor Sale: Fish for stocking ive supervision of chil-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT CONTACT THE CLERK O, ida. Voice telephone numbers 2008. Place. Go0down/791S. fromo yorSaeFihorlstoking ;id uing tansport-
Bids shall be submitted in FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL. COURT IMMEDIATELY AT may bRe reached by per- As published in the Wash- B onifay, turn right onto our pond or lake; co ing; assisting families I
a sealed envelope ad- CIRCUIT OF THE STATE Attn. Tax Deed Depart- has been filed against you, sons using TTY/TDD ington County News April Hwy 280. Follow signs pernose, n bluegill, applying forappropriate
dressed to the CITY OF OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR ment, RO. BOX 647 OR and you are required to equipment via the Florida 5, 2008. about 4 miles. Look for shellcracker, channel cat- benefits, working, teach- I
VERNON CiTY COUNCIL. WASHINGTON COUNTY 1293 JACKSON AVE serve a copy of your writ- Relay Service at 711 signs. Infant, toddler, and fish, mosquito-fish and s ing and/or assisting cli-
Each sealed envelope con- SUITE 101, CHIPLEY ten defenses, if any, to it, As published in the Wash- women's (all sizes), Jr Florida largemouth bass. I ants with basic skills re-,
taining a BID must be PROBATE DIVISION FLORIDA 32428, OR TELE- on GERALD HOLLEY, At- ington County News April sizes also. Lots of misc (850)547-2215 lated to childcare,
plainly marked as BID fo CASENO67-08-CP-32 PHONE (850) 638-6008 torney for Plaintiff, whose 5,12, 2008. 1110 items. Hunting tems, com- New Candy Machines homemaking, personal I
EXT 224. address is C0. Box 268, puter, 31/2 ton AC unit, wa- boxes. $50 each. Musthave
FVENON: V NONIN RE: ESTATE OF AMOUNT TO REDEEM p orida, 2428, REQUESTFOR PR OSELIQ terbed, & lots more items. 547-5292. I hygieneuh rable
CITY HALL DRAINAGE IM- WILLIAM CECIL BROCK, FOR April $3,657.068IN andhfile theloriginal3with POSAL FOR YFOUTHPCO LO E tef raining stillthaving itmi un- ________I ble personal transports-1
PROVEMENTS project, a/k/a WLLIAMC. BROCK US. CRRENY ONLY the Clerk of the above SERVICE PROGRAM Get Your Classified Ad dersheters Ition. Requires some I
and the envelope should a/k/a CECIL BROCK, AMOUNT TO REDEEM styled Court on or before I evening hours, High
bear on the outside the Deceased. FOR May $3,70956 IN April21, 2008; otherwise a The Chipola Regional I COLORI. -School Diploma or
Bidder's name, addressU.S. CUR FOR May $3,709.56 IN judgment may be entered Workforce Development Call now for details Big-Big YardSale April 12, 3320G IGED, and two years
and license number if ap NOTICE TO CREDITORS No Personal Checks Ac- against you for the relief Board, Inc., is seeking a and be noticed! & 19th. Tiera/glass, Leola Brock Nurseries I working with children I
plicable. The administration of the ceptedsonal hecks Ac demanded in the Petition, qualified organization with I 638-0212 kitchen items, misc items. LLC Plants, trees and and' families,
estate of WILUAM CECIL C Chk, Mo the expertise and capacity or I4289 Holmes Valley shrubs Landscape design $10.50/hour. Resumes
DESCRIPTION OF WORK: BROCK, deceased, File laser's e WITNESS my hand and to design, administer, and 547-9414 Rd-Vernon. If need direc- landscape contracting, irri- I can be faxed to I
The CVERNy of Vernon Number 67-08-CP-32 is ion are the only other alter- seal of said Court on deliver a Youth Service tions call 850-535-6256. gationsystems. 1788 850-763-7102 or mailed
OF VERNON: VERNON pending in the Circuit natives accepted. 3/17/2008. Program under the Work- Weather permitting. White Road, Bonifay, FL to 2121 ULinsenby Ave-
CITY HALL DRAINAGE IM- Court for Washington As published in the Wash- LINDA H. COOK force Investment Act and 32425 (Washington nue Panama City, FLI
PROVEMENTS project County, Florida, Probate ington County News April Clerk of Court Welfare Transition Pro- Church Yard Sale. Fri-Sat County) (850)638-1202; 32405 850-763-7102.1
consists of demolishing a Division, the address of 5, April 12, April 19, April BY: K. McDaniel gram in Calhoun, Holmes, Rr:o 18th & 19th--amto4pm. 326-1500 EOE/Drug Free
building, removing pipes which is Post Office Box 26, 2008Deputy Clerk Jackson, ULiberty and Refrigerator, furniture, Workplace.
and storm structures, con- 647, Chipley, Florida As published in the Wash- Washington Counties for clothes, household items
structing 470 LF of 36" 32428. The names and ad- NOTICE OF APPLICATION ington County News the 2008-2009 program at Lakeview UMC, the Drivers
RCP pipe and storm struc- dresses of the personal FOR TAX DEED March 22, 29, April 5, 12, year. For more information 's church is located 5 miles i' Irs
tures, 5430 CY pond ex- representative(s) and the 2008. or to obtain a copy of the PEMS&AIIA north of Vernon on hwy IDRIVERS WANTED -I
ccavation'nseeding, con-r personal representative's Notice is hereby given, NOliCE OF APPUCATION or you can access a copy 2100 45Pats ______aeod.DIER_:ANE_
placeentattorney are set forth be- that RL Pribbenow & John FOR TAX DEED from our website 2110 Pets: Free to council, Inc., is a P-
Copies of the Contract low Taylor the holder of the fol-www.onestopahead.com Good Home Hugh Carport Sale Furni- ing applications for t
Documents are on file at lowing certificate, has filed Notice is hereby given, by clicking on the link that 2120 Pet Supplies ture, dishes what-knots, I Holmes County Trans-
tALL INTERESTED PER- said certificate for a Tax that RL Pribbenow Trust says 2008 Youth Services 2130 -Farm Animals/ linens, tools, misc. Satur- EMPLOYMENT I portation Program.
the offices of SONS ARE NOTIFIED Deed to be issued thereon, the holder of the following RFR Proposals will be due Supplies day April 12th. 6am until. Great Benefit Package.
Baskerville-Donovan, Inc. THAT: The certificate number and certificate hasfied said by 1:00M. CS on May 2140 Ps/Llvesock 5332 Ceiley St in 4100 Help Wanted I
loct at 430 W. 5th All creditors of the dece- year of issuance, the de- certca00 Santed Gracevie 4130- Em ent REQUIREMENTS: Must
Street, Suite 300, Panama dent and other persons scription of the property, certificate for a Tax Deed 5. 2008. Minority owned . .I informationn be 23 years of age and
City, FL 32401. They may an e to be ssued thereon. The businesses are encour- hI be 23 years of age and
be examined at thea v claims or demands and the names in which certificate number and aged to apply. The -- Moving Sale Saturday, I Driver's Ucense with at
address or copies will be against decedent's estate was assessed are as fol- year of issuance, the de- CRWDB is an equal oppor- 2100 April 12, 7:30AM. 1544 WAE Dea tD5vers License with at
provided to the Bidder at on whom a copy of this lows scription of the property, tunity employer/program. Mixed Puppies Born on Hwy 277, Chipley-Vernon 4100I least 5 years driving ex-I
fee of One Hundred Dol- three months after the date inCERTIFICAT NO. 25 and the names in which it Auxiliary aids and services Valentines Day. Yellow Lab Hwy. Between Shiloh General - 1 perienc without viola-
lars ($200o00) per set. of the first publiche dation of YEAR OF ISSUANCE 04NO. 25 was assessed are as fol- are available upon request & Mini Chow mixed. Free Church & Douglas Ferry Iionuas hysical and bck-
This payment is this notice must file theirows to individuals with disabili- to good home. Rd. Furniture, Kitchen I The City of Chipley is ground screening.
non-refundable. Partial claims iththis Cout DES IPTION OFPROP- CERTIFICATE NO. 144 ties. Voice telephone num- 850-415-1030. items/dishes/china, toys, I accepting applications
sets will NOT be issued. claims with this Court DESCRIPTION OFParcelOP- YEAR OF ISSUANCE 04 bers may be reached by clothes.
The Vernon City Council WITHIN THE LATER OF ERTY Parcel # DESCRIPTION OF PROP- persons using TTY/TDD _____________ Ifora Water Crewman DUTIES: Transport
The Vernon City Council THREE MONTHS AFTER 00-0007-0010 ERTY- Parcel # equipment via the FloridaI-Minimum Require-Iriders to al
cept or rej ighect anto alc- THE DATE OF THE FIRST South Quail Hollow Lot 00-0562-0001 Relay Service at 711 2110 We Are Backll Sunny I ments: Limited know- I pre-determined ached- I
cept inor reject any and all PUBLICATION OF THIS #8 Commence at a haf-inch As published in the Wash- Free to good home! 8 (Presbyterian) Outreach, ods, practices and Mustbe able to secure
bids in whole or in part, AFTER THE DATE OF ner of the NE 1/4 of the ouwestr(#1499) marking the ingon County News April week old puppies and 3768 Country Club Blvd., I equipment used in wheelchairs (will train);
menbidd inorobtain in ewdocu SERVICE OF A COPY OF NW 1/4, Section 8, T-2-N, NESouthwest/4 corner of theE 1/4 12,2008. mom, very cute, not sure Second Saturday Spring water facilities mainte- be a team player as-
ments, to ost ne bids, THIS NOTICE ON THEM. R-12-W, Washington tion 24 Township 2 No1/4, Sc- Notice of Hearing to Re what kind of dogs. Can't Fling Sale, April 12, 8am nance and repair activi- sisting other drivers
opening. Echbidshall All other creditors of the County, Florida; thence toRange 13 West, Waship 2 North, vise The Student Pro- afford to feed them a to 1pm. Enjoy a cup of cof- ties. Education and Ex- I when needd; enjoy
opening. Each bid shall ecdnta2hen needed;.enjoy
be valid to the City of Ver- decedent and persons S-8807'36"-W, 220.26 feet; ington County, Florida and gression Plan and Board Please Call, (Urgent) fee while you browse. See I perience: High school working with eldery, I
non for a period of S having claims or demands thence N-214'29"-W, the Point of Beginning Policies/Procedures 850-573-2348 you there. diploma or possession I disabled and other
non for a period the bixtyagainst the decedent's es- 431.64 feet to the Point of thence N 01e08'19"W Washington County Teen Challenge has free of an acceptable equi- riders.
(60). days after the tate must file their claims Beginning; thence 32824 feet along the West School Board horses for families with Yard Sale- Friday 18 & valency diploma. Two I
begin the project is subject with this Court WITHIN N-218-03"-W, 396.71 feet; line of the NE 1/4 of the SE April 14,2008 children Call Saturday 19, 8:00 AM to I (2) years of exprience I Applications may be ob-
begin the approjectval ofis state envi-THREE MONTH AFTER thence S-8831'36"-W 1/4 of said Section 24, 5:30 p.m. 850-547-9011 4:00 PM. 1744 Sorrells Rd. in heavy manual labor, I taned at any of the
to approval of state envi- THE DATE OF THE FIRST 220.42 feet; thence thence N 89012'03"E N Antiques, horse plows,ect, and the use of hand and Tri-County Community
Vernonis anEqua l Oppor- PUBLICATION OF THIS S-213'35"N-8E 8'39496 feet; 65943 feet, thence S Notice Is hereby given that Radial Arm Saw, Band light power tools pref- Council Inc., offices and
tunity Employer. NOTICEt N "E 01001'58"E 328.50feetS oM y A 2008 aw, air compressor plus erably in distribution I submitted by Monday, I
As published in the Wash- 22019 feet to the Point of thence S 8912'54"W at 5:30 PM., the Washing- 2130 other stuff. 638-0633. systems. Must possess I April 14, 2008, at 4:30
ington County News April LL CLAIMS, DEMANDS Beginning and containing 658.82 feet, to the Point of ton County School Board Class "B" CDL. p.m. For Information
12,16,2008 AND OBJECTIONS NOT 1.98 acres, more or less. Beginning: and containing will review the Student Pro- Gulf Coast I I call Sharon Kent, Ad-
12,16,2008.Couy SO FILED WILL BE FOR- 4.97 acres, more or less, gression Plan and Board Yardsale April 9 & 12th IJob descriptions are Iministrative Manager,I
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EVER BARRED. NAME IN WHICH AS- And subject to a 15 foot Policies/Procedures for the Charity proceeds go for the build- available upon request | (850) 547-3689. 1
OF THE FOURTEENTH SESSED : Robert R Fer- road easement along the Washington County Celebration ing fund of Cards of Love on all positions. City
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND The date of the first publi- nandez West property line. School District. Assembly of God. 1061 I participates in the Ror- I Successful applicant will I
FOR WASHINGTON cation of this notice is April NAME IN WHICH AS- Commerce Dr., in Chipley lida Retirement System I I be subject to I
COUNTY, FLORIDA 12, 2008. Said property being in the SESSED : Suad Al Ham- The purpose and specific Horse Show Industrial Park, parking lot I (FRS). Mail or hand de- I pre-employment drug I
county of Washington, mar legal authority under which & Musical of new building., liver application and/or test.
CASE NO.: Attorney for Personal Rep- State of Florida. Unless Said property being In the the Student Progression I resume to City Clerk, I Only qualified appli-I
resentatives such certificated shall be county of Washington, Plan and Board Policies Festival YardSale Fr., 8-until. I City of Chipley, 14421 Icants will be consid-I
MICHAEL A. CRAGER and ROY LAKE redeemed according to State of Florida. Unless are authorized, and a sum- Good plus-size clothes, iJackson Ave., RO. Box, ered.
NANCY F CRAGER, 402 North Oklahoma thelaw, the property de- such certificated shall be mary of the estimate of Frank Brown Park 3x-5x, misc items. Come 1007, Chipley, Florida
Street scribed shall be sold to the redeemed according to economic impact of the April 23-26 see and buy. 2763 Beaver 132428. Deadline: April II EQUAL OPPORTUNITY I
Plaintiffs, Bonifay, Florida 32425 highest bidder at the court- the law the property de- proposed procedures on Lane, right on RB Carter 122, 2008, at 4:00 RM.I EMPLOYER AND DRUG I
5-547-5959h ouse door on May 27, scribed shall be sold to the all affected persons, are Horses For Sale Parkway off 90 past Gully EOE/Drug Free AND SMOKE FREE
vs. Florida Bar No 0714811 2008 at 10:00 AM. highest bidder at the court- given. H o rs e s- --- --- ---Parkw Bay off-- --pt stCh u lly W r p a---
Personal Representative hue dr a 2 Registered Appaloosa Springs Baptist Church. Workplace
SOUTHTRUST BANK; BERWYN CECIL BROCK Dated this 26 day of March 2008at 10:00AM.ay 27 Development of School Mare w/filly for $400, OBO.
WACHOVIA BANK NA- RO. Box 948 ,2008 Dated this 26 day of March Policies/Procedures Other horse availabe for
TIONAL ASSOCIATION, Chipley, Florida 32428 Dated this 2 6 day of March less the $400. Make offer. I
SUCCESSOR BY As published in the Wash- LINDA HAYES COOK LINDA HAYES COOK Purpose Call (850) 258-4428
MERGER TO ington County News April CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT To revise the Washington
SOUTHTRUST BANK; THE 12,19, 2008. COURT COURT County School Board Stu-
BANK OF BONIFAY, NOTICE OFPPUCATION WASHINGTON COUNTY, WASHINGTON COUNTY, dent Progression Plan to
NORTH WEST FLRAY OR TADEED C FLORIDA F A reflect changes as pre-
TAX DEED FLORIDA scribed by law. NR S S
REALTY, INC.; iDANIEL BYTEE : J C Rogers, Deputy BY: J C Rogers, Deputy scribed by law
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WELCH, ANY AND ALL that Equifunding Inc the WARNING: WARNING: To r evise/adopt Schooli^ __
HEIRS AND/OR ANY holder of the following cer- HERE ARTHERE ARE UNPAID T A ON oard PolI cies/Procedur aes 3, :
BENEFICIARIES OF DAN- tificate, has filed said certif- TAXES ON P TAXES ON PROPERTY to reflect policy changes
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Dr. Assltant FOOD SERVICE SUPER- PExecutlve Office Tpa;e 2BR/1BA house for rent Mobile Home, 3BR/11/2BA,
TradesDrs. Assistant Help needed for local VISORS needed. Must be I for lease on Brickyard Ion Maddox Spring Road big yard in country, $375.
Creative/Design Physician's Assistant desoffice. LPN or ableto pass a Background I Rd. Great location across from Pate Pond. month, plus $375. deposit.
Grounds Keeper needed part-time. For CMIA, Receptionist and check and drug testing. across from Chlpley CH/A, water, garbage & Phone 547-2276
The City of Chipley is more information, Call Nurse Practitioner. Send We are looking for staff I High School. 638-7700 sewer included. Call Mobile Homes for Rent, AUTOMOTIV/EMRINE
Reporters _er/_ _ormationDallNrse0_ch at850535-27 de6baeMobnileHomesrfor___eAUTR__N
accepting applications (850)547-4771, between resume to Family Card As- that is committed, depend- 1 www.chlpleyofflcefor I 850-535-2760 2BR/2BA. Near ChipleyECREA
Photographer for a Grounds Keeper. 8a.m. 4:30p.m., Monday sociates at 925 Carlisle able and abletomultitask le2BR/1BAnear Chipley $400 plus deposit. No 100-Antique & Collectibles
Minimum Qualifications: Friday. Road, Chipley, FL, 32428 excellent pay, great bene-- $400 plus depositNo Ant i eiles
Mv O e Friday. R city limits. $495 mth. Call pets. 850-547-4232 8110 Cars
Washington County must have completed Avon Represent all850-638-ion/Main93Repa. fits. Supervising in a Executive OfficeSpace 8120 Sports tility Vhices
News & Holmes County W.CI. inmate supervi-Wausau Verisrnonn Heavy etting. Jobs avgas/diesel expaila- forFT Other Virent downtown Chipley. 638-191478' 850-25- 850-527-4467.52 82130 SalbTracks
limes-Advertiser, a divi- sor training course and General ble in the Bonfay and Vear- 638-1918 638-1918 .8140-mVans
sion of Florida Freedom have a valid W.C.. card, Hourley DOE. Benefits, I west of courthouse 2 Nice lean Houses, Apart- 8240 Boat & Marine
850SOffces3fo askorMrst e M81b0N a ato Motorcycles
Newspapers, is seeking or be eligible for card; 850-773-9933, ask for Mrs. euive i s in Chipley city limits. Call Mobile Homes for rent. 8170 Auto Parts
a general assignment general knowledge of Avon Representa-I Installation/Maint/Repair Thomas or apply at the in- Ilease in Bonifay, FL. 850-527-9698 or 2/BR & 3/BR. On Pioneer & Accessories
reporter/photographer. lawn care; basic knowl- tives needed Bonifay, stiEtution. 850-773-5868. Highway 79 N. Corner 850-638-0327 for informa- Rd,4 miles East of Vernon. 8210- Boats
Excellent company ben edge of the functions of Chipley, Graceville, Tractor Mechanic of Waukesha St. and tion. 850-638-7315 or 8220- Personal Watercraft
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Sgram Initi quality customer service. call: 850-785-5555 art 850-547-2531 638-4630, night phone, 8340- Motorhomes
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for our Marianna, FL serviceBox 1007, Chipy, equipped with new 850-625-7853 for more1978 Lncoln Mark V,
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Drug Free Workplace. line: April 18, 200, Holmes County Tmes-AdVerer 4 man & trimmers needed small kitchen, nw sink$550, condition, asking $3,000.
ome Health Ae I 6 Roommate Wantedhurs, and is carpeted. It is o- Publisher's Call 85not 7100 | 0-638-1484. If not
EOE 4:00 rPM. E Dro w r w 6:00-4:30 p.m.. Contact cated in a great business Notice a ailable leave message.
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Y ou ca n have t all I and onlinads Leverage your creativity as you partnon-handicapped accessi ion to make any such pref- 7170- Waterront V6, leather, T-top, 134k Mi-
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James S. Howell (850) tion available. 8 .miles SW
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estimates. Call anytime, Mini Warehouses. If you
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