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Publication Date: June 14, 2008
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In The News

Chipley going to
4-day work week
Chipley city commission
votes to go with a four-day
work week.
Page 4







AREA AFFECTED
BY THE NEW
DOTBUDGET







Transportation
budget
Governor Charlie Crist
signed the 2008-09 budget,
which includes $8.2 billion to
continue a high level of
transportation improvements
and services for Florida's
citizens, visitors, and
businesses.
"In this challenging budget
year, the Florida Department
of Transportation (FDOT)
must focus on critical resources
and partnerships that will aid
in accomplishing Governor
Crist's transportation vision for
the people of Florida," said
FDOT Secretary Stephanie
Kopelousos. "The funding
provided by the Florida
Legislature for next year will
help continue programs that
reduce congestion on Florida's
highways, meet the state's
growth needs and support
public transportation.
Major projects slated to
begin in the upcoming fiscal
year include construction of
additional lanes on State 79
from North Environmental
Road to Strickland Road in
Washington County.
For more information, visit
www.flgov.com/budget or
http://www.dot.state.fl.us



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Surrounding Counties
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County storm damage


Pictured is damage to the home I
of Donald and Patsy Herring,
located just north of Hard Labor
Creek Bridge on State 277 south.
The extreme weather on Monday
afternoon, June 9, between 3:20
and 4:10 p.m. included "tornadic"
wind, heavy lightning and
torrential rains. Other damage
included loss of a heavy chimney-
cap, several fruit and hardwood
trees and fence damage.
Neighbors had damage to ,
shingles, trees, fences and a barn'
on Bonnet Pond Road lost a tin
roof. "Except for the much needed
rain, this was way too muchttt .
danger and excitement for these /.
country folks," Patsy Herring said. P





60 years of memories


Joan May Stancil / Contributed photo
Friends from the Chipley High School Class of 1948 gather after 60 years at the Chipley Women's
Club to celebrate.

Chipley class of '48 celebrates at reunion


JOAN MAY STANCIL
For the Washington County News
On June 2, 1948 there were 48 students who gradu-
ated from Chipley High School. On June 2, 2008, the
exact date 60 years later, 20 of those students met to cel-
ebrate.
This event was held at the Women's Club in Chipley,
and was a time for renewing acquaintances and learning
about lives and families of old friends.
Those attending were: Violet Boland Skipper,
Lavaughan Williams Wells, Thelma Gay McAdams,
Arlene Davis
Shaw, Harold R.
chipleypaper.co Cushing, Doris
More photos from ( Peel LaChance,
the 1948 Chipley Clyde Owen,
High School reunion: Doyle Sowell, Pat
Barfield Park, Joy
Simmons Everett,
James Craven, Martin Richards, Bill Compton, Lois
Jean, Fussell Hughes, Ethel Corbin Whitehead, Janice
May Brock, Joyce Ward Kirkland, Bob Jones, and Joan
May Stancil, as well as many spouses and other family
members.
The class members especially enjoyed the attendance
of Elaine and Marvin Engram. She was one of the class
sponsors.
Careers and community contributions of this group


i
Joan May Stancil / Contributed photo
Class of '48 stories were the rule on June 2.
include: physician, nurses, educators, homemakers, Real
Estate brokers, sales personnel, pastor/preachers,
Alabama State associate, executive secretary, insurance
representative, U.S. Air Force, U.S. Navy, federal
employees, piano teacher, telephone company, legal sec-
retary and bank teller.
James Thomas Owens, former Southern Baptist mis-
sionary to Mexico and Music Professor at Florida Baptist
College in Graceville was not able to attend because of
medical concerns. The group spoke to him by phone as
he was in a Texas hospital and wished him a full recovery.


atsy Herring / Contributed photos


Vernon

hires

deputy

clerk
CECILIA SPEARS
Staff Writer
ccspears@chipleypaper:com
VERNON Vernon
City Council approved
of the hiring of former
Councilwoman Cheryl
Withrow as the new
deputy clerk for the city.
She was chosen from a
total of 31 applicants.
"We had a lot of good,
qualified applicants and
it was very difficult to
sort through and try to
select the applicant best
suited for the position,"
said Sharon Cobb, City
Clerk. "Cheryl was con-
sidered the best appli-
cant because she's very
familiar with the way the
council is run."
The council also
approved an offer from
the Florida Department
Of Transportation to
purchase strips of land
along State 79 adjacent
to McFatter Park, the
library and Church
Street, for $150,000.
The strips will be
required for widening
the highway and
installing a right-of-way.
A temporary ease-
ment was also approved
for the construction site
located on State 79,
toward Bonifay.
The council approved
advertising for engineer
services for the projects
in progress on the ball-
park in Shady Grove and
recreation center.
Also approved was the
purchase of a new fire
truck.
Estimated cost of the
new truck would be
about $297,000 and
would be paid for in part
by surplusing two other
vehicles.
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2 Saturday, June 14, 2008 0 Washington County News



Congress considers plan for Amtrak service


WASHINGTON, D.C. Con-
gressman Allen Boyd (D-North
Florida) announced his support
for passage of the Passenger Rail
Investment and Improvement
Act (HR 6003), which would
require Amtrak to submit a plan
to Congress for restoring passen-
ger rail service between New
Orleans, La., and Sanford, Fla.
Amtrak has not served the
North Florida corridor since the


close of Amtrak's Sunset Limited
service after Hurricane Katrina.
The information was received
in a news release from Boyd's
office.
"Since the close of Sunset Lim-
ited, I often hear from con-
stituents about the possibility of
restoring this important service
to North Florida," said Congress-
man Boyd.
"This legislation will get the


ball rolling on ways to restore this
service that will most benefit the
people of North Florida and help
to make train travel an afford-
able option in our region."
The language in HR 6003
requires Amtrak to submit a plan
to Congress that will include a
projected timeline for restoring
service between New Orleans
and Sanford, as well as the asso-
ciated costs for reinstating this


service.
In developing the plan,
Amtrak will consult with repre-
sentatives from the States of
Florida, Louisiana, Alabama,
and Mississippi, railroad carriers
whose tracks may be used for
such service, and rail passengers.
Prior to its closing in 2005,
Sunset Limited's North Florida
stops included Crestview, Chip-
ley, Tallahassee, Madison, Lake


City, and Jacksonville.
'"Amtrak provided a valuable
service to many Floridians,"
Boyd stated. "In this time of ris-
ing fuel costs, passenger rail serv-
ice will provide the people of
North Florida with more trans-
portation options and add an
important economic develop-
ment tool to the area."
HR 6003 now awaits consider-
ation by the Senate.


VERNON HIGH SCHOOL HONOR ROLL


Vernon High School
announces its A and A/B
Honor Rolls for the fourth
nine weeks of the 2007/08
school year.
All As:
Ninth Grade: Victoria
Tanaka. Tenth Grade: Elise
Kirk. Eleventh Grade: Ian
Smith and Angela Storey.
Twelfth Grade: Tiffany
Adkison, Katelynn Coffey,
Jessika Herbert, Jessica
Lancin, Ashley Sloan, Lind-
sey Sutherland, Davon
Thompson.
A/B Honor Roll:
Ninth Grade: Lillie
Adkins, Arthur Beard, Jor-
dan Biddle, Krisinda Bou-
ton, Emily Carter, Kimberly
Carter, Ashley Daniels,
Raven Dean, Dollyeanna
Easterling, Marissa Gibson,
Courtney Haddock, Brit-
tany Keown, Cary Pierce,
Lauren Register, Joy Santi-
ago, Jennifer Scott, Cody
Small, Troy Snider, Alexan-
der Tatum, Kayla Williams.
Tenth Grade: Alexander
Anderson, Shannah Bober,
Brenton Burch, Steven
Carter, Tracey Creel, Tiffany
Fondo, Melissa Harrison,
Jessica Hendrix, Jeremy
Kirkland, Jasmine Lawyer,
Angela Pemberton, Caleb
Pettis, Jennifer Powell, Eliz-
abeth Truman, Ashley Wal-
ters. Eleventh Grade: Haley
Adkison, Jessica Birge, Cas-
sandra Buntin, Lonnesha


Davenport, Sara English,
Alexander Fleming, Tavish
Greene, Lauren Hall, Justin
Holley, Steven Jackson,
David King, Felicia McEn-
tyre, Christopher Powell,
Megan Stone, Joshua Tracy,
Keeli Tritz. Twelfth Grade:
Jessa Allen, Jasmine Brown,
Katelyn Brown, Daniel
Burke, Samantha Caligiure,
Amber Cooper, Jeremy
Davis, Kevin Hagan, Justin
Harvey, Brittaney Hen-
neberger, Nicholas Holmes,
Kristen Jackson, Lazambria
Johnson, Amanda Madore,
EZandra McDonald,
Katreena Niezgodski, Misty
Owens, Christopher Patton,
Sharon Sapp, Taylor Tison.
Vernon High School sec-
ond semester honor rolls for
the 2007/08 school year.
All As:
Ninth Grade: Krisinda
Bouton, Kimberly Carter,
Marissa Gibson, Brittany
Keown, Victoria Tanaka.
Tenth Grade: Carrie Brock,
Elise Kirk, Jasmine Lawyer.
Eleventh Grade: Sara Eng-
lish, Ian Smith, Keeli Tritz.
Twelfth Grade: Tiffany
Adkison, Jessa Allen, Kate-
lyn Coffey, Jessika Herbert,
Jessica Lancin, Ashley
Sloan, Lindsey Sutherland.
A/B Honor Roll:
Ninth Grade: Lillie Adki-
son, Arthur Beard, Jordan
Biddle, Emil Carter, Raven
Dean Dollyeanna Easter-


ling, Courtney Haddock,
Eric Lee, Haley McCoy,
Christopher Paris, Cary
Pierce, Christina Poppell,
Lauren Register, Joy Santi-
ago, Jennifer Scott, Troy
Snider, Alexander Tatum,
Kayla Williams. Tenth
Grade: Alexander Ander-
son, Brittany Barfield, Jesse
Barrentine, Aundrea Bell,
Tierra Belser, Shannah
Bober, Raymond Carter,
Steven Carter, Tracey Creel,
Brittany Davis, Tiffany
Fondo, Eva Frye, Melissa
Harrison, Jessica Hendrix,
Jeremy Kirkland, Angela
Pemberton, Jennifer Powell,
Heather Skipper, T'ler Stev-
erson, Elizabeth Truman.
Eleventh Grade: Haley
Adkison, Cassandra Buntin,
Lonnesha Davenport,
Tavish Greene,, Crystal
Grippo, Justin Holley, Ash-
ley McKenzie, Christopher
Powell, Meagan Stone,
Angela Story, Joshua
Tracey. Twelfth Grade: Ran-
dall Brock, Jasmine Brown,
Katelyn Brown, Christy
Bush, Samantha Caligiure,
Amber Cooper, Kevin
Hagan, Nicholas Holmes,
Kristen Jackson, Amanda
Madore, EZandra McDon-
ald, Katreena Niezgodski,
Misty Owens, Christopher
Patton, Austin Pettis,
Sharon Sapp, Davon
Thompson, Lakeesha
Williams.


Robert Cooper / Florida Freedom Newspapers
Tabitha Williams is the owner of Out of the Garden Produce in Hiland Park. The
store receives produce from farms in Chipley and Bonifay.


Family farm produce


Chipley farm major supplier for 'Garden'


DANIEL CARSON
Florida Freedom Newswire

HILAND PARK It was a spur-of-the-
moment decision that led Tabitha Williams
and her husband, Ryan, to open Out of the
Garden Produce. Williams is the owner of
Out of the Garden Produce in Hiland Park.
The store primarily offers locally farm-
raised produce, especially watermelons and
tomatoes. Store hours:
Monday through Satur-
day, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. 0 Store
Sitting inside the U.S.
231 produce store
Wednesday, Tabitha said
she asked her husband
why he wanted to open it
now, given the state of the
economy. Baldwin Avenue
"People have to eat," Orlando Road
was his response, -
Williams said. >
Out of the Garden `
opened in May and fea-
tures locally grown fruits '
and vegetables from the
Williams' 100-acre Chip- "
ley family farm, as well as
produce from Bonifay's
Davidson Farms.
Of the store's produce, ,
70 percent is grown at the
Chipley farm, Williams N
said, with the other 30 Ross Nowling
percent coming from area
farms, South Florida, and
Georgia.
As she walked past the store's rows of
tomatoes, cherries, zucchini and apples,
Williams said neither she nor her husband
grew up on a farm. Williams, a Rutherford
High School graduate, worked at a Panama
City doctor's office for 11 years, while her
husband owns Coastal Plumbing.
She said her father, who she described as
"country," instilled in her a live-off-the-land
attitude.
"I love freshness," Williams said, referring
to the store's produce. "I know where it's


coming from. I know what's on it."
A sign on Out of the Garden's front
counter Wednesday advertised fresh local
squash, just picked, for $1.19 a pound.
Williams said the store's cantaloupes,
grown at the Chipley farm, and tomatoes
have been Out of the Garden's biggest sell-
ers in the first month.
The store is located next to Hiland Square
on U.S. 231, and is operating at the former
Lewis & Willis Saw and
Equipment Service loca-
tion.
Karen Williams,
Tabitha's mother-in-law,
and sister-in-law Lindsay
Haid were also at the
S store Wednesday.
() Tob emphasize the fam-
< ily nature of the business,
Haid said she designed
8 the store's logo, a sunrise
>' Game Farm surrounded by an assort-
Road ment of fruits and vegeta-
bles, and gave Out of the
26th Street Garden its slogan. "If it's
not quality produce, it's
not out of the garden,"
Douglas Haid said.
To drum up interest in
Avenue the store, family members
have taken to dressing up
in fruit and vegetable cos-
tumes and waving to
/ The News Herald motorists on U.S. 231,
Karen Williams said.
Karen said she puts on
a carrot costume about once or twice a
week, usually on weekends.
"I'm the only vegetable," she said, adding
that she likes the responses generated by the
costumes.
Out of the Garden has watermelons for
sale under a tent outside the store, and
Williams said she and her husband have
rented an adjacent building.
The couple hopes to open that building
before the end of the year, Williams said,
and would like to add products such as
Amish butter and locally made honey.


Sheriff's forum July 17


CHIPLEY Substance
abuse, whether it is
tobacco, alcohol, or drugs,
is a devastating problem
facing our youth.
Under-aged drinking is a
significant concern to the
Panhandle Drug & Alcohol
Abuse Prevention Coali-
tion, Inc.
PANDAAP is sponsor-
ing Sheriff Candidates'
Forums to determine the
views of the candidates
running for the office of
Sheriff in Jackson, Wash-
ington, and other counties
in this region.
A Sheriff Candidates'
Forum will be held for


Washington. County resi-
dents on Thursday, July 17,
beginning at 6 p.m. at the
Agricultural Center on US
90, Chipley.
Any requested questions
to pose to Washington
County Sheriff candidates
need to be sent to;
PANDAAP at 4349
Lafayette St., Marianna,
FL 32446, no later than
July 11.
PANDAAP is a group of
local agencies and citizens
organized for the primary
purpose of determining
local alcohol, tobacco, and
other drug problems
among our youth;


developing programs to
prevent substance abuse;
and strengthening collabo-
rative efforts among
agencies and the local
citizenry.
PANDAAP is one of the
segments of health
promotion and disease
prevention developed by
the Panhandle Area
Health Network, Inc.
Mark your calendar for
July 17 to hear the views of
the candidates running for
sheriff of Washington
County.
For more information
please call (850) 482-7671
or (850) 526-2861.


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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.
* Women who smoke prior to pregnancy are about twice as likely
to experience a delay in conception and have approximately
30% higher odds of being infertile
* Pregnant women who smoke have a 30% higher chance of de-
livering pre-term and delivering a low birth weight baby
* Secondhand smoke is defined by the American Lung Association
as a mixture of smoke from a burning cigarette, pipe or cigar
plus the smoke exhaled from the lungs of the smoker
* There is no amount of risk free exposure to secondhand smoke.
* 20 minutes of exposure to secondhand smoke each day is
equivalent to smoking one pack of cigarettes per day.
* Secondhand smoke causes between 1,900-21700 cases of SIDS
each year.
* SIDS (Sudden Infant Death Syndrome) this is the sudden death of
an infant under the age of 1 year, the death remain unexplained
after thorough investigation

For more information please contact the Washington County
Health Department's Tobacco Prevention Specialist: Kara Green
850638.6240 x138


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Washington County News Saturday, June 14, 2008 3


Kiwanis hear city plans


'Trnmy McDonald, Jr. Chipley City
Councilman for the last two years was
the guest speaker at Tuesday's weekly
Kiwanis meeting.
He thanked club members for their
support with the State 77 and Inter-
state 10 flag project and gave an update
on several things of interest that are
happening in Chipley.
McDonald reported on the City
sewer treatment plan, the spray field
phases one and two are complete.
He reminded everyone that there are
no more unpaved roads and streets in
Chipley but more street paving needs
to be done before the current project is
complete.
Four water wells are now on-line
and construction on two new baseball
fields at PALS Park will begin within 90
days. A $135,000 grant will pay to light
the fields. McDonald said the old
downtown Library remodeling project
is 30 percent complete. Garbage
pickup prices will
be going up 38 per-
cent. The Spring
Cleanup project
conducted by the
S .. ;, Chipley Police
,-... Department
resulted in the
arrest of eight drug
dealers.
Plans are under
Tommy way to more clearly
McDonald Jr. define cemetery
boundaries that will
allow the City to sell another $350,000
in cemetery plots.
In closing, McDonald reminded
those present of the City Council's
opposition to the Focus 2000 proposed
toll road.
In response to a question from the
audience, he said the City may recon-
sider recycling at some time in the
future but that past experience did not
work out well.
Community Services Committee
Chair LaMerle Feistma presented a
$1,600 check to the City of Chipley for
its flag fund. Tommy McDonald
accepts on behalf of the City. McDon-
ald said that the City usually buys three
flags a year.
The Kiwanis flag donation will pay
for one, City utility bill flag contribu-


Contributed photo
Community Services Committee Chair LaMerle Feistma presents a
$1,600 check to the City of Chipley for its flag fund. Tommy McDonald
Jr. accepts on behalf of the City.


* -


Contributed photo
Kiwanis member Bill Howell, chairman of the Scholarship Committee,
presents a $1,000 check to Sandra Cook, president of the Washington
County Scholarship Trust to help fund future scholarships for
Washington County students.


tions will pay for one and the City will
only have to buy one flag a year. Also,
used flags are repaired, if possible, and
flown again.
Kiwanis member Bill Howell, chair


of the Scholarship Committee, pre-
sented a $1,000 check to Sandra Cook,
president of the Washington County
Scholarship Trust to help fund future
scholarships.


PET TALK


Heredity affects

animal cataracts


COLLEGE STATION
- If your Spot is seeing
spots, cataracts could be to
blame.
As people age, they often
develop vision problems,
including cataracts. The
same holds true for your
aging pet.
Bumping into objects and
failing to retrieve toys may
be signs of vision loss. These
are especially significant if
they occur within the pet's
normal environment, but
vision loss can be attributed
to various eye diseases or
conditions including
cataracts.
"Cataracts are any
opacity a cloudiness -
of the eye's lens," explains
Dr. Joan Dziezyc, a
veterinary ophthalmologist
in Texas A&M University's
College of Veterinary
Medicine & Biomedical
Sciences.
"Opacities may be quite
small and interfere little
with vision, or they may
involve the entire lens
causing blindness."
Dziezyc says cataracts
may develop because of an
inherited defect or they can
be caused by inflammation,
trauma and diabetes. The
lens does become harder
with age and thus appears
grayer, causing many people
to mistake this change for a
cataract.
This normal aging
process does not impair
vision other than making
focusing on close objects
more difficult.
Diet does not seem to
affect cataract development,
but heredity does.
"Certain animal breeds
are afflicted with hereditary
cataracts. This is especially


true in dogs," Dziezyc adds.
Miniature schnauzer,
American cocker spaniel,
bichon frise, all poodles,
labrador retriever, golden
retriever, Boston terrier,
Siberian husky, Lhasa apso
and Australian shepherd are
breeds that are prone to
develop cataracts.
Dogs and horses are most
often diagnosed with
cataracts, but all animals are
susceptible to the ailment,
Dziezyc notes.
Cataracts also can be a
symptom of another disease
such as diabetes, inner eye
inflammation, or other
conditions and that's why it
is important to have the
primary disease treated.
Dziezyc says cataract
surgery is delicate and after-
surgery care, combined with
cooperation from the
patient and treatments
administered by the owner,
are essential for success.
"Modem cataract surgery
employs ultrasound and lens
replacement," Dziezyc
explains.
"Intraocular lenses can
be placed in the lens capsule
inside the eye after removal
of the cataract. This lens
allows images to focus on
the retina and the patient
has pre-cataract vision
restored."
Dziezyc says that
eyeglasses aren't an option
for pets and without
intraocular lenses; images
will not be completely in
focus.
Pet Talk is a service of
the College of Veterinary
Medicine & Biomedical
Sciences, Texas A&M
University. Stories can be
viewed on the Web at
http://tamunews.tamu.edu/


Gulf Coast Electric Cooperative, Inc. is the recipient of Federal fi-

nancial assistance from the Rural Utilities Service, and agency of the

U. S. Department of Agriculture, and is subject to the provisions of

Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended, Section 504

of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended, the Age Discrimi-

nation Act of 1975, as amended, and the rules and regulations of

the U. S. Department of Agriculture which provide that no person

in the United States on the basis of race, color, national origin, age,

or disability shall be excluded from participation in, admission or

access to, denied the benefits of, or otherwise be subjected to dis-

crimination under any of this organization's programs or activities.


The person responsible for coordinating this organization's nondis-

crimination compliance efforts is Roy Barnes, CEO/General Man-

ager. Any individual, or specific class of individuals, who feels that'

this organization has subjected them to discrimination may obtain

further information about the statutes and regulations listed above

from and/or file a written complaint with this organization; or the

Secretary, U. S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, D. C. 20250;

or the Administrator, Rural Utilities Service, Washington, D. C. 20250.

Complaints must be filed within 180 days after the alleged discrimi-

nation. Confidentiality will be maintained to the extent possible.



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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

The Planning & Zoning Commission of the City of Chipley,
Florida, will conduct a public hearing at Chipley City Hall
Council Chambers, 1442 Jackson Avenue, on Thursday,
June 26, 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 3,330 square foot
building (credit union) with three drive-thru windows and
an ATM located on a 1.27 acre parcel on SR 77 adjacent
to Peebles Shopping Center. Petitioner: Tyndall Federal
Credit Union. Legal Description: SEC 9, TWN 4 NORTH,
RNG 13 WEST, Washington County, Florida. 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
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City of Chipley goes to 4-day work week in July


JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afelsberg@chipleypaper.com

CHIPLEY As of July 7, the
City of Chipley is going to a four-
day work week. The measure was
approved by city council during its
regular monthly meeting Thursday
night at City Hall.
City Administrator Jim Morris
said the reason was for the City to
save a little money, an estimated
eight percent, but also to save
employees a day's worth of gas


driving to work. Police and fire will
continue to provide 24/7 coverage
without change.
"We know we can't guarantee
major savings for the City," Morris
said. "It's more for the employees
to spend less on gas coming and
going to work." Morris noted that
employees only received a 1.5 per-
cent raise this year and "we owe it
to our employees to help them
out."
Morris said that rising fuel
prices and the affects of Amend-
ment 1 are causing the City to look


for more imaginative ways to con-
duct business. The City lost about
$65,000 from its budget last year
and is expected to lose about $60-
70,000 in the next budget from lost
ad valorem taxes alone. "We have
no idea what will happen with sales
tax and gas tax revenue until the
state gives us those figures," Mor-
ris said.
Morris also told Council that
work is moving along with laying
pipe to the spray fields as part of
the sewer improvement plan. Pipe
is being laid from the sewer plant


to the spray fields at the old golf
course, the city industrial park
property and the old Davidson
property.
In other business, Council:

Presented a Firefighter II cer-
tificate to Brandon Biddle.
Had the first reading of Ordi-
nance No. 884
Approved adding an alternate
position to the Planning and Zon-
ing Board.
Approved accepting the
FDLE Justice Assistance Grant.


Approved engineering serv-
ices contracts for FRDAP Con-
tracts Phase III and IV to Poly
Engineering. The contracts are for
the expansion of PALS Park using
the former RV park. Plans are in
the design phase and include new
baseball and softball fields, tennis
courts and ample parking.
Approved industrial park well
repairs.
Approved a change order for
Haskell Co.
Approved renewing City
Insurance.


Chipola officially


a state college


With the signature of
Florida Governor Charlie
Crist on June 12, Chipola
College officially became a
State College. The signing
ceremony was in the Mattie
Kelley Fine Arts Center at
Okaloosa-Walton College in
Niceville.
Chipola is one of nine
community colleges in the
State College pilot project
established for Florida com-
munity colleges that offer
four-year degrees. The list of
State Colleges include:
Chipola College, Daytona
Beach College, Edison Col-
lege, Indian River College,
Miami Dade College,
Okaloosa-Walton College,
Polk College, Santa Fe Col-
lege and St. Petersburg Col-
lege.
Chipola president Dr.
Gene Prough, said, "This is
an important day in the life
of Chipola College. As a
state college, we will be able
to expand our offerings to
provide more opportunities
to the people in our district
and beyond."
State Colleges are estab-
lished in Senate Bill 1716
which creates the new
Florida College System con-
sisting of institutions that
grant two-year and four-year
academic degrees. The bill
was initiated by House of
Representatives Speaker-
Designate Rep. Ray San-
som, R-Destin.
The newly-created
Florida College System is a
middle-tier system of higher
education which is expected
to maximize student access
to baccalaureate degrees,
respond to community
needs for postsecondary
education, and provide the
degrees that best meet
state's employment needs.
The bill creates the
Florida College System Task
Force, comprised of commu-
nity college presidents and
others with expertise in
higher education in Florida,


to develop recommenda-
tions for establishing and
funding state colleges,
including a program
approval process for new
baccalaureate degree pro-
grams, a funding model that
ensures cost-effective deliv-
ery with substantial savings
to the student and the state
over the cost of providing
degrees at state universities,
and identification of geo-
graphic and academic areas
of need for degree pro-
grams.
Community colleges will
be eligible to use the "State
College" designation with
approval of their local Board
of Trustees. State colleges
must maintain open-door
admissions in associate-level
and workforce programs
and continue to provide out-
reach to underserved popu-
lations and remedial educa-
tion. State colleges also must
comply with the statewide
articulation agreement and
require the CLAST exam for
associate degrees and admis-
sion to junior level.
State colleges are prohib-
ited from using the term
"university" and from grant-
ing graduate degrees. Inter-
collegiate athletics for state
colleges will remain at the
two-year level. State Col-
leges also must provide cost-
effective delivery with sub-
stantial savings over state
university system costs.
Chipola College was
founded in 1947 to provide
the first two years of college
and workforce programs for
residents of the five-county
district of Calhoun, Holmes,
Jackson, Liberty and Wash-
ington Counties. In 2002,
Chipola and Miami Dade
became the second and third
Florida community colleges
authorized to offer bache-
lor's degrees.
For information about
Chipola's four-year pro-
grams, call the Baccalaure-
ate Hotline (850) 718-2492


Contributed photo
Florida Governor Charlie Crist signs Senate Bill
1716 into law on June 12 creating the Florida
College system and making Chipola College is a
State College. He is surrounded by dignitaries
including Chipola president Dr. Gene Prough and
Rep. Marti Coley.


Cecilia Spears / Staff Writer
The Wausau Town Council presents the widow of George Rogers, Carolyn and family members, with a
plaque commemorating the achievements of her late husband, the town's former mayor, June 12.


Cecilia Spears / Staff Writer
The Wausau Town Council presents William Mongoven with a plaque for outstanding achievement and
appreciation, June 12.


Wausau honors Rogers, Mongoven


CECILIA SPEARS
Staff Writer
Ccspears@chiplteypaper.com

WAUSAU The
Wausau Town Council
presented Carolyn Rogers
with a plaque in honor of
her late husband, George
Rogers, who was the
longtime mayor before
he passed away a year
ago.
"I remember that sad
day when I was told
George Rogers had passed
away and that was a year
ago," said Mayor Roger
Hagan.
Hagan said that Rogers
was worthy of the success
that he had through the
city and that success
depends on the ones that
support them.
"The night that Rogers
passed away I read a quote
from my calendar for that
day and it said, 'Nobody's
ever successful unless
everybody wants him to
be,'" said Hagan.
"And he was supported,
greatly, by everyone and
even more so by his wife,
who had to make sacrifices
while her husband worked
to keep this city great."
A plaque was also pre-
sented to William J. "Bill"
Mongoven for his service
as city attorney.
A year ago he gave up
his job as attorney to take
care of his wife, who


County road maintenance
The Washington County Board of County Commis-
sioners has received numerous calls and complaints
about the dry and dusty roads in the county. They are
aware of the problem and say that the roads are being
maintained as well as possible during the current
drought conditions. Without increased rainfall it is dif-
ficult to prevent the washboard and dust road condi-
tions. The Board is asking the residents of Washington
County to be patient as the work crews are doing the
best they can.


recently passed way.
"From when I was a boy
till I was what you could
considered grown, you
could say that you were
going to see a lawyer and it
could only mean Mon-
goven because he was the
only one then," said
Hagan. "Often I thought
he was a legend, and now
that I think about it, I still
do."
An on-going dispute by
Patricia Gothard was also
brought up, but chose to
table it because she wanted
more answers than what
they could give her. She
asked that Fire Chief Sam
Rudd be there, along with
city attorney.
One dispute was over
money collected for the
Wausau Volunteer Fire
Department by the Wausau
Community Development
Club being used
personally, according to
Gothard.
Another dispute was


over $8,203 spent on cell
phone bills through a reim-
bursable-type account
through Washington
County EMS.
Gothard presented
paperwork that she said
shows that $6,170 of that
money is unaccounted for.
Gothard also said that fam-
ily, friends or inactive fire-
fighters used cell phones
and the money was not
reimbursed to the depart-
ment.
An account was set up
through the Washington
County Emergency Med-
ical Service.
EMS Director Randall
Truette used the account to
pay for radios and cell
phones without having to
go through a credit check,
and when it was time to pay
the individuals would give
the money to Rudd and
he would pay the entire bill
in one sum from the
account.
Gothard requested in


writing that, "The Wausau
Volunteer Fire Depart-
ment Chief be relieved of
his duties," and that "the
money which can not be
accounted for is systemati-
cally collected and
reimbursed to the Fire
Department and/or the
Fire Chief assume respon-
sibility for the unaccounted
funds".
Auditor Hilton Galloway
gave a brief account of
what the city's finances
looked like and said that
the city's debt is matching
revenue.
"Their assets are limited,
so is their resources, but
they've worked with what
they have," said Galloway.
"The budget cut has hit
everyone hard, and three
years ago the city was con-
sidered to be in a state of
emergency and the city was
quite possibly facing
bankruptcy. However,
when the city had to step in
and step up, they did
phenomenally."
The council also passed
the animal control ordi-
nance, giving the responsi-
bility of potentially danger-
ous or nuisance animals
over to county animal con-
trol.
It was agreed that the
town would help with the
up-keep of the "possum
monument" in care of the
Wausau Community
Development Club.


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Washington County News Saturday, June 14, 2008 5


2003
5 years ago
Forty-four seventh and eighth-
grade students from Roulhac
Middle School visited Rock City
and other Tennessee sites, along
with CNN, Stone Mountain and
presidential homes in Atlanta, Ga.,
while on a field trip.
A new learning center was
opened in the Country Oaks
community.
Sixty degrees were bestowed on
59 graduates at Baptist College of
Florida.
Chipley Dixie Ponytails saw
action in the District fast-pitch
softball tournament for 11 and
12-year-olds.
Blake Balcom of Chipley was
drafted in the fifth round of the
2003 Major League baseball draft
by the Anaheim Angels.

1998
10 years ago
Participants in the 4-H Tiopicana
Public Speaking contest were Justin
Kirkland of Kate Smith


Elementary, who won first place
for a speech on the Roswell
incident, and Tara Mashburn, also
of KMS, second place for a speech
about gymnastics.
A ground-breaking ceremony
was held for a new Winn-Dixie
store on Main Street in Chipley.
Dianne Nellums won a two-seat
padded stroller at the 1998 Happy
Healthy Birthday Party for
Washington County children from
birth to five years of age.
* Parents of more than 350,000
Florida children entering
kindergarten and seventh grade
were told the kids needed
immunization against preventable
diseases in order to enter school for


the 1998-99 year.


1978
30 years ago
Mr. and Mrs. Vandeleek of
Sunny Hills had as house guests
their son and daughter-in-law,
David and Garbie, and two
young sons of Holland,
Mich.
Donald A. Corbin took his
Army re-enlistment oath at a
rodeo arena in Lawton, Okla.
Afterwards, he celebrated by
riding a Brahma bull.

1968
40 years ago
Mr. and Mrs. S.C. Spivey


returned from a visit with relatives
in Gainesville and Starke.
Friends of Lawrence Miner were
happy to learn that he was home
and recuperating nicely following
hospitalization in Marianna.

1953
55 years ago
Gov. Dan McCarty appointed
Olin G. Shivers, Chipley hotel
operator and former state
senator, to the State
Improvement Commission.
A Washington County boy was
re-elected to office by the State
Boys Club Council during the
closing session of the 34th
annual 4-H Short Course held at


the University of Florida. Julian
Webb Jr. of Chipley retained his
seat as secretary.
Very high quality bogus $5
bills were being distributed in
Central Florida and along the
Gulf Coast.

1928
80 years ago
Bob Minchin made a trip to
Lake City where he attended the
wedding of his brother, J.N.
Minchin.
Misses Marguerite Wells,
Louise Pickel, Verna McCrary,
Katie Mae McGeachy and
Bertha Daniel were attending
summer school in Tallahassee.

1908
100 years ago
Gladi Yates and son,
prosperous and progressive
farmers living west of Holmes
Creek, were visiting in Chipley
on Thursday.
They also stopped by the
newspaper office.


COMMUN


ITY CALENDAR


Auditions set for

Steel Magnolias


CHIPLEY Open
auditions for Steel
Magnolias presented by
the Spanish Trail
Playhouse will be held June
16 and 17 at 6 p.m.
The play, directed by
Kevin Russell and assistant
director Trish Payne,
will be performed Sept. 5-7
at the new Chipley High
School auditorium.
Roles available include
six parts for women, 17 and
up, and are open to anyone
who wishes to try out.
Audition packets may be
picked up at the Washing-
ton County Public Library
at 1444 Jackson Ave. in
Chipley, from June 2 until
auditions.
No previous experience
necessary.
For more information,
e-mail spanishtrailplay-
house@gmail.com or con-
tact Kevin Russell at (850)
260-9279.

Power Against
Fraud on June 21
CHIPLEY Washing-
ton County Sheriff's Office
and CASE will sponsor a
workshop with Sheriff
Bobby Haddock presenting


the Power Against Fraud,
June 21, at 10 a.m. at
Sunny Hills First Baptist
Church, 1886 Sunny Hills
Blvd. in Sunny Hills.
Lunch will be provided
after the presentation.

Ribbon-cutting
postponed
CHIPLEY Grand
opening ceremonies for the
new Buzz Leonard
Annex in Chipley have
been postponed.
They would have been
held today (Saturday) with
a ribbon cutting sponsored
by Washington County
Chamber of Commerce.
Check the pages of
upcoming issues of the
News for a new date.

Roulhac summer
program starts
CHIPLEY The sum-
mer program at TJ
Roulhac Enrichment and
Activity Center started
Monday, June 9, hours are
3 to 6 p.m. Monday
through Thursday.
For more information
call (850) 638-2115.


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An aspiring racing offi-
cial filed a lawsuit Tuesday
in U.S. District Court for the
Southern District of New
York for alleging racial and
sexual discrimination, sexual
harassment, and wrongful
termination.
Mauricia Grant, who is
black, worked as a technical
inspector responsible for cer-
tifying cars in NASCAR's
second-tier Nationwide
Series from January 2005
until her termination this past
October.
In her lawsuit she lists 23
specific incidents of alleged
sexual harassment and 34
specific incidents of alleged
racial and gender discrimina-
tion.
In the lawsuit, Grant said
she complained numerous
times to her supervisors
about how she was treated,
to no avail. On one occasion,
Grant said Nationwide
Series director Joe Balash,
her immediate supervisor,
was dismissive of her com-
plaints, explaining her co-
workers were "former mili-
tary guys" with a rough
sense of humor. "You just
have to deal with it," she
says Balash told her.
On another occasion, she
alleged Balash participated in


On the


Bubble

Driver: Sam Hornish, Jr.
Owner: Roger Penske
Points: 1,076
Points out of 34th: 10
Points ahead of 36th: 12


the harassment.
On Wednesday,
NASCAR CEO Brian France
said that Grant did not follow
clear-cut company guidelines
that should have resolved any
complaints she had about her
co-workers.
When questioned at a
press conference to announce
a partnership between Petty
Enterprises and Boston
Ventures at Lowe's Motor
Speedway France said Grant
had avenues to vent her com-
plaints.
"She didn't do that, and
that's what every employee
in NASCAR is instructed to
do if they think they're in a
situation of discrimination or
harassment or whatever it
might be," said France. "She
just didn't do that and in
fact has now filed a lawsuit
as remedy to this problem.
You know, we'll deal with
that as well. And that's where
we are at this time."
France noted they con-
stantly work to avoid these
issues.
"We talk to employees
all the time about making
sure the work environment is
a good one," said France.
"This is just inconsistent with
anything we would tolerate
in NASCAR.


Sam Hornish


Owner Driver
Bob Kauffman Michael McDowell
Joe Custer Scott Riggs
Roger Penske Sam Hornish, Jr.
Michael Waltrip Michael Waltrip
Dietrich MateschitzA.J. Allmendinger
Jeffery Moorad J.J. Yeley


, Jr.
Points
1,105
1,086
1,076
1,064
936
901


Kurt Busch, a former Sprint Cup Series Champion when he drove for Jack Roush, is almost obscured from the racing scene as
little brother Kyle has garnered all the headlines with his driving in all three major divisions within NASCAR.
Photo courtesy of NASCAR




The forgotten one


L7 Kurt Busch is almost an after thought to little brother


By BILL GAMBLING
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Kurt Busch must feel like he is in utter obscurity since
his second place finish at Daytona behind teammate Ryan
Newman because little brother Kyle is stealing all the head-
lines.
And now it is time for a friendly game of
older brother talking about little brother.
Since there is seven years between you
in age, was he hyperactive kid growing up?
"He was just my little brother," said
Busch who is coming off an eighth place
finish at Pocono this past weekend. "He
was always trying to hang with the older
crowd, with my friends and things that we
were doing.
"So whether it was baseball or radio-
controlled cars or racing in general, he was ,
always x\ ith tougher competition, and so it
made him better as a younger kid."
You have changed teams during your\ '--
career, but are you surprised about the success
he has enjoyed this year since he changed
teams?
"Well, I've said it all along with this new
race car, once a team gets hot. they re
going to be hot for some time
because it's just the new
technology of this race
car," said Busch.
"Sometimes when you
catch a wave, you can


ride it for a long time.
"And so Hendrick did it last year, and it looks like Gibbs
Racing has it this year."
Time and age has seemed to help the older Busch, but has
he ever tried to give little brother some friendly advice?
"He's just a racer at heart, and he wants to race,
race, race." said Busch. "You can't take that away
hrom him.
"Kyle is a regular guy, and he's been thrown
o iio the spotlight. I'm just real happy for him."
Have you talked to him about the feedback
S he is getting from the race fans and the booing
xhen he is introduced during driver introduc-
tions?
-- "He seems to be doing real well," said
' Busch. "He hasn't asked me for any type of
advice, and you know, the thing is that we're
a both racers and we both love to try to win.
"He's got everything going for him right
p / now, so hlie's grabbing life by the horns, as you
- would say in Dodge Land, and he's going for it."
So for you is it disheartening not to be in the
spotlight?
S "Not at all. I'm not one to go out there and
seek it and soak it up when I'm in it or not.
"For me it's my race team and
the job that I have at hand here,
which is to get the Miller
Lite Dodge running bet-
ter so we can be up there
in points and have a shot
at the championship."


Tra ( k< Backstretch: 2,242 feet / 5


2007 Pole Winner (mph)
J.J. Yeley 187.505
2007 Race Winner (mph)
Carl Edwards 148.072
Track Qualifying Record
Dale Earnhardt, Jr.
191.149 m.p.h. (2000)
Track Race Record
Dale Jarrett 173.997 m.p.h.
(1999)


After Pocono 500
Driver
1. Kyle Busch
2. Jeff Burton
3. Dale Earnhardt, Jir
4. Carl Edwards
5. Denny Hamlin
6. Jimmie Johnson
7. Greg Bifflc
8. Jeff Gordon
9. Kasey Kahne
10. Kevin FHarvick


Behind
Leader
-21
-145
-228
-284
-285
-303
-317
-365
-394


Turn 3


Turn 2

180








Turn 1
18


Frontstretch: 3,600 feet /12


After Federated 300
Driver Behind
1. Clint Bowyer Leader
2. David Reutimann -166
3. Kyle Busch -188
4. Carl Edwards -190
5. Brad Keselowksi -192
6. Mike Bliss -256
7. David Ragan -303
8. David Stremme -409
9. Mike Wallace -419
'10. Jason Lefler -479


After Sam's Town 400
Driver:
1. Ron Hornaday
2. Matt Crafton
3. Johnny Benson
4. Todd Bodine
5. Jack Spraguc
6. Rick Crawlord
7. Mike Skinner
8. Chad NMcCumblee,
9. Terry Cookl
10. David Starr


After PoCA.ono 200
After Pocono 200


Behind
Leader 1.
-45 2.
-55 3.
-65 4.
-71 5.
-71 6.
-100 7.
-126 8.
-138 9.
-157 10.


Driver
Ricky Stenhouse, Jr.
Matt Carter
Scott Speed
Justin Allgaier
Frank Kimmel
John Wes Townley
Tom lHessert III
Tayler Malsam
Patrick Sheltra
Ken Butler III


Behind
Leader
-70
-100
-155
-160
-190
-235
-270
-315
-345


I.' IC


Place
33
34
35
36
37
38


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trustees or any other per- LINE, 23.79 FEET; IN THE CIRCUIT COURT THEREOF, RECORDED IN Public Auction ESTATE SALE Catfish
son claiming by, through, THENCE SOUTH 01o 29' OF THE FOURTEENTH PLAT BOOK 2, PAGES NOTICE OF FORFEITURE You catch catfish, $1.50
under or against any cor- 54" WEST 248.42 FEET; JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND 120, OF THE PUBLIC PROCEEDING The following vehicles will Sat. June 14th & Sun. pound. Gilbert Catfish
Sporation or other legal en- THENCE SOUTH 89 49' FOR WASHINGTON RECORDS OF WASHING- be sold at public auction at June 15th Pond, located @ 2854
tity named as defendant; 36" EAST 27.13 FEET; COUNTY FLORIDA TON COUNTY FLORIDA. TO ALL PERSONS WHO Nichols Auto Repair and 8 AM until 5 PM both Highview Circle, Chipley,
ANNoUNCEMENTS and all claimants, persons THENCE NORTH 00' 43' CASENO. 67-08-CA-176 DATED this17 CLAIM AN INTEREST IN Towing @ 1146 Jackson days Florida. Phone:
or parties, natural or cor- 43" EAST 248.32 FEET TO CAS NO -0 6 DATED this 17 day of April, THE ABOVE-DESCRIBED Ave., Chipley, FL. 32428 @ 630 4th Street Chipley 850-638-8633.
1100- LegalAdvertisin porate, or whose exact le- THE POINT OF BEGINN- JUDGE: ALAN REGISTER 2008. PROPERTY, WHICH WAS 8:00 AM on the following (corner of Coggin and PEACHES, PEACHES. Ga
1110 Classified NoticesPPEACHES,PEACHES.Ga
1120- Public Notices/ gal status is unknown, ING. DANIEL MURRAY and.: James A. Bond, Esq. SEIZED ON OR ABOUT dates; 4th) Peaches. at Eddie's Back-
Announcements claiming under any of the Defendants. JOI MURRY, Attorney for Plaintiffs MARCH 20, 2008, IN 06/16/2008 60 yrs. accumulation All yard. Corner of South Blvd
1130- Adoptions above named or described Plaintiffs RO. Box 2038 WASHINGTON COUNTY, 88 CRYS 4 DR. WHITE items priced and Vernon Hwy. Mon-Sat,
1140 Happy Ads defendants or parties or SECOND AMENDED NO- v Stuart, FL 34995 FLORIDA. 1C3BF66P8JW145742 All must be sold Lazy andarm H. onroduc
1150 Personals claiming to have any right, TICE OF ACTION ERDO INVESTMENT INC., (772) 287-7100 06/18/08 Boy furniture, dishes, anm-6pm.Hot GreenOthBoiledPea-
1160 Lost title, or interest in and to TO: JERRY W. BASS, LISA any and all Unknown par- Florida Bar No.: 327867 Said property is in the cus- 96 FORD P-UP BLUE quilting items, nuts. Drive in the back-
1170 Found the lands hereinafter de- BASS, deceased and ties claiming by, through, As published in the Wash- tody of the Washington 1FTEF14NOSN836294 fabric, surgers, sewing nuts.
scribed, to-wit: LYNN BASS Under, and against the ington County News June County Sheriffs Depart- 06/25/08 machines, bedroom yard
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that herein named Individual 11, 18, 2008., 2008. ment. Any owner entity, 00 BMW 4DR. WHITE suits, clothing, bedding,
i A PARCEL IN THE an action has been filed Known to be dead or alive, bona fide lienholder or WBADP633XXBV60531 Christmas, tvs., tons of q
NORTHEAST CORNER OF against you by the Plain- whether said Unknown IN THE CIRCUIT COURT person in possession of 02 CHEVY 4DR SILVER household goods, col-
THE SOUTH 1/2 OF tiffs, seeking to foreclose a parties may claim an inter- OF THE FOURTEENTH the property when seized 1G1JC124627419006 lectables, and antiques! 3310]
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT SOUTHEAST 1/4 OF mortgage and reform legal est As spouses, heirs, de- JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF has the right to contest the 92 FORD P-UP BLUE Inside and outside, and Music lessons, piano,
OF THE FOURTEENTH NORTHWEST 1/4 OF description. You are re- visees, grantees Or other A IN AND FOR Forfeiture Complaint by fil- 1
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND SECTION 5, TOWNSHIP 4 quired to serve a copy of claimants; John Doe and FLORIDA IN AND FOR Forfeiture Complaint byfil- 1FTOF15YONANB156N large storage shedl bass, guitar, flute, violin,
FOR WASHINGTON NORTH, RANGE 12 your written defen ses, if Jane Doe as unknown ten- WASHINGTON COUNTY ing a Response with the 86 ACURA 4DR BROWN MOST ALL ITEMS WILL mandolin, banjo, drums;
FOR WASHING TON NORTH, BERANG 220 FEET any, to your writ oten Charldefenses, i Jants in possession CIVIL DIVISION Circuit Court within 20 JH4KA2549GCO16623 BE 1/2 PRICE ON SUN- wanted used instruments,
COUNTY FLORIDA WEST, BEINGD WEST BY 220 FEET any, to it on Charles M s Defendantsession days of the publication of 00 FORD SUV WHITE DAY AT 2:00 PM. collectables, ebay sales.
EAST AND WEST BY 250 Wynn, whose address is CASE NO. this notice, with a copy of 1FMYU60E6YUA35180 THERE WILL ALSO BE Covington Music
CASE NO. 67-08-CA-181 FEET NORTH AND 4436 Clinton Street, RO. NOTICE OF LIS PENDENS 67-2008CA0006 the Response sent to As published in the Wash- SOME SILENT AUC- 850-638-5050
SOUTH, LYING AND BE- Box 146, Marianna, Florida Brandon J. Young, Attor- ington County News June TION ITEMSII 850-557-1918.
FARM CREDIT OF ING IN WASHINGTON 32447 on or before June TO' The above named De- UNITED STATES OF ney for Washington 14, 2008.
NORTHWEST FLORIDA, COUNTY, FLORIDA. 18, 2008, and file the origi- pendants, AND ALL AMERICA, acting through County Sheriff's Depart- Final Moving: Yard sale,
ACA, ALSO: nal with the clerk of this OTHERS WHOM IT MAY Rural Development, for- ment, 204 N. Harvey Ethe- 2650 Robin Hood, Dog-
Plaintiffs, COMMENCE AT THE Court at Washington CONCERN: mer FaerHome Ad- ridge Street, Bonifay, Flor- wood Lakes, concrete bird 3320
vs NORTHEAST CORNER OF County Courthouse 1293 YOU ARE NOTIFIED of the merly Farmers Home Ad- ida 32425. A Petitionay, FlorFi- 11 wood Lakes, concrete biread--
THE SOUTHEAST QUAR- Jackson Avenue, PO. Box institution of this action ministration (FmHA), ide 32425. A Petition for Fi- 1110 bath, kirby sweeper bread
JERRY W. BASS, LISA F THE SOUTHEAST UAR- Jackson Avenue, Box instoub thPin United States Department nal Order of Forfeiture has machine, porch blinds Leola Brock Nurseries
BASS, deceased and TEROFTHENORTH e tifor s, seeking foreclosure of Agriculture (USDA), been filed in the COLOR SELLS! other items. June 12th' shrubs. LLC Plants, trees and
LYNN BASS, if alive, and if WEST QUARTER OF SEC- 32428, before service on on the Note and Mortgage Plaintiff, above-styled cause. Get Your ClLaslflId Ad 13th, 14th. 850-547-4272 l shrubs, Landscape design,
dead, their spouse, their TION 5, TOWNSHIP 4 Petitioner or immediately encumbering thefollowingvs. BRANDON J. YOUNG, Get Your Classed Ad landscape contracting, irri
heirs, devisees, grantees, NORTH, RANGE 12 thereafter. If you fail to do described Real Property DONNA M BARFIELD; and ESQ. In Garage Sale 6/14/08, Sat. nation systems. 1788
creditors, and all other par- WEST, WASHINGTON so, a default may be en- located in Washington WASHINGTON COUNTY, 204 N. Harvey Etheridge I COLORI!. only 3870 Shell Landing White Road, Bonifay, FL
ties claiming by, through, COUNTY, FLORIDA; tered against you for the County, Florida, and the FLORIDA Street Call now for details Rd.-New Hope. Lots of 32425 (Washington
under, or against them; THENCE SOUTH 00 43' relief demanded in the pe- decreeing of a sale of the pendants Bonifay, Florida 32425 and be noticed new and barely used County) (850)638-1202;
any unknown spouse, 43" WEST ALONG THE tition. property under the direc- Defendants. (850)547-7367 638-0212 items, sofa-sleeper set, 326-1500 )63-1202;
heirs, devisees, grantee EAST LINE OF SAID Copies of all court docu- tion of the Court in default NOTICE OF SALE Fla. Bar No. 0550736 or tires, men's clothing,
and creditors of JERRY W. SOUTHEAST QUARTER ment in this case, includ- of the payment in the NOTICE OF Attorney for Washington N6or : ts ms its
BASS, LISA BASS, de- OF THE NORTHWEST ing orders, are available at amount found to be due Attorney for Washington household items, kids
BASS, LISA F.BASS, de- OF THE NORTHWEST ing orders, are available the Plaintiffs under the Notice is hereby given that County Sheriff's Depart- items. We'll make deals!!l
ceased, and LYNN BASS QUARTEROF SECTION 5, the Clerk of the Circuit Note and Mortgage, and pursuant to a Final Judg- ment. Grg al
and all other parties claim- 662.07 FEET TO THE Court's office. You may re- for other, further and gen- ment entered in the above As published in the Wash- Garage Sale:
ing by through, under, or NORTH LINE OF THE view these documents eral relief set for the in the entitled cause in the Circuit ington County News June 1120 2685 Robin Hood Lane,
against them; and RE- SOUTH HALF OF THE upon request. Complaint Court of Washington 14,21,2008. Hwy. 177A, Dogwood
GIONS BANK and WASH- SOUTHEAST QUARTER You must keep the Clerk of THE PROPERTY involved County, Florida, I willsell Call For Venders. Vernon Lakes. June 14, 2008, 8:00
INGTON COUNTY, FLOR- OF THE NORTHWEST the Circuit Court's office is that certain parcel, lot or the property, Florida, I will sell 4th of July Celebration.For a.m. until. Tools & misc
IDA; and all unknown natu- QUARTER OFRSECTION 5; notified of your current ad- unit situate, lying and be- s the proper County Flor- NOTICE OF MEETING more information call items. y
ral persons if alive, and If THENCE NORTH 89" 43' dress. Future papers in in in WASHINGTON Washington County, Flor- NOTICE OF MEETING m or 535-9463.
dead or not known to be 04" WEST ALONG SAID this lawsuit will be mailed C UNTY Florida. As set ida, being specifically de- SUNNY HILLS UNITS Huge Yard Sale. 2 fami- 4100 Help Wanted
dead or alive, their several NORTH LINE OF THE to the address on record forth in the Mortgage re- scribed as follows: NDENT DIST12-15 Miss Freedom Pageant lies. Sat., June 14th, 4130 Employment
and respective unknown SOUTH HALF OF THE at the clerk's office. Book 600 at Page 515, A lot or parcel of land lo- formallyy Meant). Pagecracner 8 Oam-unti. 3303 Court Informaton
spouse, heirs, devisees, SOUTHEAST QUARTER Dated: 5/19/08. Public Records of Wash- cated in and being a part The Sunny Hills Units Pageant). Pageant date Ave in Vernon. Look for
grantees, and all creditors, OF THE NORTHWEST CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT ington County, Florida, of the South 210.0 feet of 12-15 Dependent District June 21st. Entries ac- signs. Kitchen, household
or other parties claiming QUARTER OFSECTION5, COURT more particularly de- the West 2/3 of the e 1/2 of Audit Committee will meet tact Vernon City Hall for items. Lots of good 4100
by, through or under those 220.00 FEET TO THE By: K. McDaniel scribed as follows: Block 4 in the North 1/2 ofAon Thursday June 26,wtactVnonCfo352444 f____________ __ 41
unknown natural persons; POINT OF BEGINNING; Deputy Clerk LOTS 18, 19 AND 20, Block 4inthe North 1/2 of on Thursday, June 26, application 850-535-2444.al
and, the several and re' THENCE CONTINUE As published in the Wash- BLOCK 770, SUNNY Section 4, Township 4 2008, at 12:00 p.m. CSTat Moving Sale: 13th & 14th,Educational
spective unknown assigns, NORTH 89" 43' 04" WEST ington County News June HILLS UNIT ELEVEN, AC- North, Range 13 West, ac- the Emergency Operations 8 to 5. All things must go, Teacher
successors in interest ALONG SAID NORTH 7,14,2008. CORDING TO THE PLAT cording to the LW. Mordt Center, 1331 South Blvd, washer/dryer, kitchen WashiT County
successors in interest, ALONG SAID NORTH 7,14,200. Map of the City of Chipley, Chipley, Florida 32428. Washington County
Washington County, Flor- The meeting is open to the 1160 wares, linens, lawn mower, Christian School has the
ida, said parcel being public and will be con- Kodak Digital Camera toysmany extras. 595 following Fall positions
Put your search for a crbed parfill w Cde-tductedirnccordan t lost at the t Watermelon Waffle House, followsigns. Preschool Teacher, Ele-
Putscribed as follows: Con the provisions of Florida Pageant held at the Ag mentary Teacher, Se-
mence at the point where Law for Dependent Dis- Center in Chipley. Reward Two Family yard sale; ondary Teacher.
the Northside of North tricts. A copy of the offered. Please call 1104 South McGee Rd. ABekacurriculum.
u Third Avenue intersects agenda for this meeting 850-547-2808. Boniay. June13th 14th Tradtonal and DVD
n w o r the East right-of-way line may be obtained from the 6______a.m. until Traditional and DVD
neW Or used car in B u1Christian Cetfication,
w u r i of North Sixth Street and District Manager, 201 East 6muntlprograms. State or
run thence N 87"36' East Pine Street, Suite 950, Or- '. Yard Sale: 1566 Oak Cristian Certification,
along the North side of lando, Florida 32801. This Thursday through Satur- CDA. Experience
R IV "North ThirdAvenue306.0 meeting may be continued day, 8to4. Display cabi- Please send resumeto:
feet to the Point of Beginn- to a date, time, and place net, antique furniture, 1405 Brickyard Road,
"D RngIV thence run North to be specified on the rec- tools fabric lasware
06R55'20" West parallel ord at the meeting. commercial sewing ma- Chipley Florida 3242.
4 -.?. ,.. vi, ... .. .- <* with North Sixth Street chine, golffclubs, Hwy. 181 r--e-u- --t-l
S204.7 feet; thence run Immediately following the Ponce de Leon Healthcare
'.,' South 8858'16" East 97.50 adjournment of the Audit PETS & ANIMALS I I__
_- feet; thence run South Committee meeting will be 1 | LICENSED MASSAGE I
0655'20" E 198.85 feet; a regular District Board 2110 Pets Free to THERAPISTS NEEDED
thence run South 87"36' meeting of the Sunny Hills Good Home F p
West along the North side Units 12-15 Dependent 2120 Pet Spples 3250 Full time, parttime and
of North Third Avenue District. 2130 -Farm Animals/ BIG BLUEBERRIES weekend hours
96.87 feet to the Point of Supplies U-PICK. $7/gal. We pick available in Panama
Beginning. There may be occasions 2140 Pets/Livestock $20/gal 9mi. S. on Orange City, Florida. I
when one or more Super Wanted Hill Rd. Gainer Farm, Fri.& I Fax resume to Debbie-
at public sale to the high- visors will participate by Sat.'s, 8 to 6. Call at
est and best bidder, for telephone. Any person re- 638-1335 for more infor- (850) 8729892.
cash on the front steps of quiring special accommo- nation & availability.m -
the Washington County nations at this meeting be- m 21at Management
Courthouse, 1293W. Jack- cause of a disability or For Sale. Male Matese, Homemade Cakes;
son Ae, Chipley, FL, at physical impairment AKC Register, 9mos old. I Special Occasions, I Hardee's Franchisee
11:00 a.m. on the 7 day of should contact the District $700. Call 850-773-3473. Weddings, Brthdays, I owned by Geneva En-
July, 200. Office sat a(407) 41-5524 at Bundt, Italian Creme, 10 terprises, LLC is looking
least five calendar days Layers, Coconut, Lane, | for experienced man-
Any person claiming an prior to the meeting. If you Layers, Coconutmmingbird, Red L ane, for experienced man-
the sale, if any, other than paired, please contact the Vevet, Fudge Candy, store locations: Geneva,
the property owner as of Florida Relay Service at e .. .s Graceville, Bonifay,
the date of the Lis Pend- 1-800-955-8770 for aid in EACHESPEACHES.Ga Chattahoochee,and
ens must file a claim within contacting the District Of- Peaches. at Eddie's Back- Youngstown. We offer



Compaeowt60 days after the sale. fice. yrard. Co er of South Blvd competitive benefits and
S*If you are a person with a yard. Comer of South Blvd co
disability who needs any Each person who decides MERCHANDISE and Vernon Hwy. Mon-Sat, salary is based on expe-
S accommodat ion in order to appeal any action taken 3100 Antiques and Hot Green Boiled Pea- nation call Kathy Hot at
participate in this pro- at these meetings is ad- 3110 Appliances nuts. Drive in the back- (850) 547-9007 orfaxre-


',,- ceeding, you are entitled, vised that person will need 3120-ArtsI& Crafts resume to 850-547-9097,
at no cost to you, to the a record of the proceed- 3130p-sAuctions
provision of certain assis- ings and that accordingly, 3140 Baby Items
tance. Please contact the the person may need to 3150 Building Supplies
Office of the ADA Coordi- ensure that a verbatim rec- 3160 BusinessHIPOLA COLLEGE
.nator,(850)747-5338, ord of the proceedings is Equipment
within two (2) working made, including the testi- 3170 Collectibles
ne inv n ry days of your receipt of this money end evidence upon 3180 is now accepting applications for:
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Clerk of the Circuit Court As published in the Wash- 3250 Good Things to Eat D
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A l woc cington County News June 3290 Medical Equipment MINIMUM
7, 14, 2008. Public Auction 3300 Miscellaneous
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OF THE FOURTEENTH June 20th, 2008 at :00AM 3330 Restaurant/Hotel quires an Associate's degree
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CASE NO. 67-08-CA-153 #1GCDC14H1KZ210622 310 or equivalent combination of
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Colorado Ranch Foreclosures 100 Acres just ClassifiedDisplay Sod Sod u. fair price. Pickup & Deliv-
$59,900 Other ranches available Year-round can depend on.Irrigated, (850)638-4492
roads, access to utilities. Excellent Financing weed & pest controlled.
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For Rent in Dunn Building 2BR/1BA home in Chlpley 2BR/1BA Mobile home on 50 Acre Farm with
Professional on Railroad Ave, city limits. $375mo. Call Brickyard Road, all elec- 3BR/2BA home, horse
Professional Trades Work from home Office/retail. 1500 sq. ft., 850-638-1918 or tric, CH/A, sorry no pets. barn w/6 sales, pond,
The ity of Chipas a Customer Service office, just remodeled. 850-638-4478. For more information call semi fenced. Located in
The City of Chlpley is Satellite Technicians Agent for an oil firm and $695 plus tax. Call 850-638-1911 or Alford. Call 850-271-1244
accepting applications NO EXPERIENCE NEC- earn more. 850-579-2821. 3BR/1 .5BA Home for 850-326-2201. for more info & price.
for a Police Patrolman ESSARY ONLY A PAS- Job requirements:
Minimum Qualifications: SION FOR CUSTOMER Ability to communicate Office space for lease, Lease w/option to buy 2BR/1BA, New laminate For Lease
completion of the Mini- SERVICE in English, Internt ac- 1240 S Blvd (Corner of yard no pets, smoke free & elements, nearly schownol. $375 Land. 10Acres Cattle Pasture
mum Standards Our position offers a cess. Previous working S. Blvd/7th St), Chiply, enviro penmont. Referee re- month. Pets allowedL. Fe$375 Land. 10 Acrss Hayfenced/
courses as set forth by chance to work experience is an added $800/mo, 1000 sq f nt3 onnt Reference re- month. Pets allowed. Fenced/cross fenced/
the Florida Police outsidemostly inde- advantage.lnterested offices, 1 quired. 1-5 acres. Call Available June 6.956-2267 water./Jackson Co.
Standards Council; valid pendently in a applicants should for- bath, kitchen, parking 850-263-2748 or 547-3746. 850-527-3579.
Florida Driveis license; fast-paced & growing ward their resume to lot, hardwood firs. 3BR/2BA home on 2BR/2BA, 16x80, $550 a Two-lots: One Large
ability to project a cour- industry. Check out our Mr. Cathy Brown, 407-616-6890. 3aes of land in the month, $350 deposit. shaded-lot/Chipley,
teous and polite attitude posting on e m a i I acres o l Available July 1st. Refer- $40,000/OBO. Other five
to public; and able to CareerBuilder.com. Use cathybrown40@grnail. Retail Building for rent on try, near Kent Mill Available July 1st. Refer- $40,000/OBO. Other five
communicate effectively keywords "Customer com Main Street in Chipley. For Pond. $700 mth/plus de- ences required minutes from Santa Rosa
both orally and in writ- Service Satellite Installa- For more information information call 638-1918.posit, references required. 352-463-7097. Beach, build Sachrifide, ready
ing. Mail or hand deliver tion Technician". We of- call 904-853-8218 850-579-4317 or 3BR/2BA Mobile home, 8 5 0 5 4 7 2 0 9 1 ;
application and/or re- fer high earning poten- 850-866-1965 $300. per month. Located 615-500-6060.
sume to the Chief of Po- tial, BCBS insurance, B /A, ,in New Hope area off Hwy. .
lice, Chipley Police De- matching 401K, and | 110 3BR/2BA, large den, # 2 on Leavins Rd. Call
pertinent, PR. Box morel A clean back- kitchen, CH/A. First, last & 850-956-4564 .
1007, Chipley, Florida ground check is a re- t -1 APARTMENTS FOR deposit. $850 month. -]
32428. Deadline: June quiremnt. Aclean driv- ,/ -- RENT Smoke free, no pets. 3BR/2BA Mobile-home, 7160
24, 2008, 4:00 PM. qug record could qualify Based on family income 850-258-2086. shed, rear wood deck, no For Sale: Bonifay profita-
OE/Drug Free company vehi- and must Qualify. pets. Orange Hill area. ble 22 unit, quiet mobile
Workplace. c.I We are a Drug Free Geothermal HVAC. 3BR/1BA Brick-house, $525mo plus deposit. home park, under pecan
ce Workplace. Apply at 1370 Old Boni- $595/mo., available end of 850-894-0265 trees, prime location.
Send your resumeto fax. fay Rd. Application must June. 850-638-1918 or Owner financing,
ca Bil20l5rned23d-or7ffcm orfai be completed at office. 850-638-4478. nifa3BR$550 $550,000., 850-699-3599
Secretary/Insurance Med- # 205-8239728 L ESTATE FOR RENT 638-0134. Equal Hous $425. Hd approved, In $550,000., 850699-3599
iRlt S BDsh.lIng Opportunity. 3BR/2BA Partially Fur- quiet Mobile Home Park. ----
work in Bonifay. Call Recruiting@SUDish. 6100-Business/ ing pponished house for rent in 547-4234 .
850-547-4771 or com or call Commercial For rent Sleepy Hollow Caryville. $575.00 month For Rent 3BR/2BA dou-
850-638-4718. 1800-292-8421 6110 Apartments Duplex Apartments plus deposit. Call; blewide. in Bonifay cell #
-- -- 6130 Condo/rownhouse HUD not accepted 850-548-5331 or 373-8938
rNEWSPAPER CARRIERS NEEDED 6140 House Rentals 2BR/1BA and 3BR/1 BA. 850-768-0429
6CARRIER150 Roommate Wanted Water, garbage, lawn care 3BFor Rent: spacious 16x80
6160 Rooms for Rent included. Spacious, en- Chlpley, 2 bd, 1 ba 3BR/2BA mobile home lo-
The News Herald is seeking an individual Interested 6170 Mobile Home/Lot ergy efficient with private w/washer/dryer, WSG incl, cated on beautiful, quiet AUTOMOTIVE. MARINE
in providing great service to our customers in the fol- 6180 Out-of-Town Rentals yard. 850-638-7128. CH&A, no pets. $600 mth lots in Westville city limits. RECREATIONAL
I lowing area: 6190 Timeshare Rentals r--- + $300 dep 850-814-2625 Call 850-8364191 8100 Antique & Collectibles
Marianna 620 Vacation Rentals For Rent, 1 bedroom1 Mobile Home for rent, fur- 8118 Cars
Call: Luther Moore @ 850-547-9414 a rment Call nished, 1V2BR/1BA, well 812- Sports UtilityVehicles
850-547-0956 8130 Trucks
Or pick up a carrier application at - - ,,- kept, 4101A Douglas 8140-Vans
Washington County News located @1364 N Rail- For Rent: Ridgewood Ferry Rd. References re- 8150 Commercial
road Ave, Chipley I 6100 Apartments, 602 S. Weeks Country home on quired. $395.00 8160 Motorcycles
or The News Herald @501 W. 11th Street, St Bonifay. Remodeled beautiful 1 ac lot 850-547-4606 8170 Auto Parts
Panama City- -- Ifand NEW OWNERS. 1, 2, A sriesMobile Homes for rent in 8 2 s
Individual must have reliable transportation and be Executive Office space 3 Bedrooms. Call 3BR/2BA w/ larg Cotondale on Sapp Roadr rent in 821 na at ercra
able to work early a.m. hours. This is an Independent I forlease on Brickyard I 850-557-7732 /o last & de 8 ea of ey Per Watercra
contractor position with part-time hours and full time | Rd. Great location 8 -7 $850/mo., first, last & de 8 miles east of Chipley. 8230 Sailboats
earnings with no collecting necessary. across from Chpley LARGE 2BR/1BA Apart- posit. Call (850) 326-0911 3BR/2BA and 2BR/2BA 8240- Boat & Marine
SI High School. 638-7700 I ment. New stove, refriger- Must seel available. Total electric. SuppAircraft/Aves
Come join | www.chlpleyofficefor I ator, carpet & fans. $500, (850)258-4868; 209-8847 8310 AfrcraftR/Avlatlan
The News Herald Carrier team and earn above aver- lease.com SD $250. Sorry no pets or For Rent: 3BR/1V/BA, ww.charloscountryliv- 8330 c ampers & Trailes
age $'s while being your own boss. -- -- HUD. Downtown Chipley. House. No petsl Immedi- ing.com 8340 Motorhomes
age $ ___bigorw______bos 850-638-3306. ate occupancy!
,' .' ,E x c v e e T o w n h o u s e A p t fo r re n t 8 5 0 -5 4 7 -5 3 3 0 o c c u p a n c yS
NEWSfor rent downtown Chipley. 2BR/1.5BA. Chipley. $595 House For Rent. Lake I 8110 3
I 638-1918 a month. Call 638-1918 or Front on Blue Lake just 1986 Mustang GT-5.0,
1. 638-4478. South of Chipley. : good condition, heads
2BR/2BA, 2-Story with need to be
basement and possible swapped/heads come with
hazmat, no pumps, great benefits, competitive gated entrance, u/g utilities. Buy now, build 3rd bedroom. Garage, it. Great project car. $1600
pay & new equipment. (866)GO-BYNUM. Need later! Excellent financing available! (877)917- dock, large yard. $1000 REAL ESTATE FOR SALE OBO. Call 850-638-7756
2 years experience. 5253 x 4270 www.seegpi.com. 850-638-822 Progressive Realty 7100Homes
850-638-8220. 7110 Beach Home/
Property
TRUCK DRIVER Training 3 week Class-A How about TENNESSEE? For a list of Publisher's 7120 Commercialhouse 8d
CDL course. National Company Sponsorships available lake & mountain homes & properties Notice 7140 Farms & Ranches Eddie Bauer edition,
Available. Employment Opportunity Upon call Lakeside Realty toll free @ (888)291-5253 7150 -Lots and Acreage leather, CD changer,
Receipt of Class-A CDL. Classes Start Weekly. or visit www.lakesiderealty-tn.com. All real estate advertising in 7160 Moble Homes/Lo ts 3rd w ,
this newspaper is subject to 7170 Waterfront powet 3d ow seats rear
Call (866)577-2369. the Fair Housing Act which 7180 Investment bucket seats, 23K mllent
NEW ARIZONA LAND RUSH! 1 or 2-1/2 makes it illegal to advertise Property condition, 123K miles.
NEW ARIZONA LAND RUSH! 1 or 2-1/2 "any preference, limitation or 71900- Out-of-Town Blue w/beige trim. $10,700
TRUCK DRIVERS: CDL training. Up to $20,000 "Football Field" Sized Lots! $0 Down. $0 discrimination based on Real Estate OBO. (850)527-3851
bonus. Accelerate your career as a soldier. Interest. $159-$208 per month! Money handicap, amligion, sex. 7200- Ttatus ormeshare
Drive out terrorism by keeping the Army Back Guarantee! (866)745-3329 or www. national origin, or an inten-
National Guard supplied. 1-800-GO-GUARD. sunsiteslandrush.com. erenc limitation or dis- 71O s ,
com/truck. crinaion Familid ta 10 ACRE FARM HALF
Includes children under the 10 ACRE FARM HALF
VIRGINIA MOUNTAINS Log cabin shell on 2 ageof 18living with parents FENCED IN Chevrolet Blazer LS 2000
HOMES FOR RENT private acres near very wide trout stream in or legal custodians, preg- BONIFAY, ONLY 4 doors, 77,800 miles
the Galax area and New River State Park, cung custody of children Like new$ 199 5 dou- wheel drive, ush button 4der.
4bd 2.5ba Home only $325/mo! 2bd 1ba only $139,500. Owner (866)789-8535. under 18. neid wth 4 drmsou- whneeldvACe, c indeD
$199/mo! 5%dn, 20yrs @ 8%APR For Listings This newspaper will not 2.5 bths located near Beth- DVD player for the kids
& info (800)815-4392. DOCKABLE TENNESSEE LAKEFRONT! 3.5 knowingly accept any adver- leham and Esto. Large and is a rich caramel col-
acrsS9,00 N iceywood gentslope to tising for real estate which is master bdrm has walk in ored tan. Very depend.
acres $49,900. Nicely wooded, gentle slope to in violation of the law. Our closet and full bthrm with a and in good condition. The
HOMES FOR SALE water. Excellent fishing. Perfect for retirement/ readers are hereby informed garden tub. Contact Deb- price is only $4200. OBO
weekend getaway. Lowest financing in 25+ that all dwellings advertised bie Smith, Century 21 as we have priced it to
Foreclosures! Buy 1-4bd Homes from $199/ years. Must see. Call (888)792-5253, x1892. be ona equal opportunity Sunny South Properties sell! ov The KB for
basis. To complain of dis- (850) 209-8039 cell. ex.cond.is over 6000. Lo-
mo Financing Refs Available! 5%dn, 20yrs @ crimination call HUD toll-ree 4BR/1.5BA Home. Large cated in Caryville. Call
8%apr! For Listings & info (800)815-4392. Pre-Grand Opening Lakefront Sale! 7 Acres- at 1800-669-9777. he lot Remodeling ongoing. at 850-59-6093.
toll-free number for the hear- lot. Remodeling ongoing. t miss out on this nice
$49,900. 6/21/08 Only. New to market! ing Impaired is Located in Chipley. Buy outonth
Bank Repos! 3bd 2ba Home only $350/mo! Spectacular, level 7 acre hardwood setting- 1-800-927-9275. now atreduced price. Seri- nice truck.
4bd 2.5ba Home only $400/mo! 5%dn, 20yrs deep waterfront! Prime, AL location, minutes <'-i 850-542-2091.
@ 8%apr! For Listings/Info (800)815-4392. from Interstate! Gated community, paved Lease to Ownll Newly Re- I i18130 -
roads, county water, utilities, more. Lowest 1 ,eoRtn modeled, 3BR/1.5BA, 747 92 Freightliner, good for
FORECLOSED HOME AUCTION FLORIDA financing in years! Call now (800)564-5092, x Gilbert Drive in Chipley. log truck or long-haul. Has
STATEWIDE 1000+ Homes Must Be Sold! Free 1144. 850-547-2937. a Fuller transmission and
Detroit engine 60 Series.
Catalog (800)616-6716 USHomeAuction.com. $8,000 OBO. Cal
LAKE HOMESITES from $24,900 Clarks Hill 6170 50 850-527-2229.
LAND FOR SALE Lake on GA/SC Border. Excellent financing 2 & 3 Bedroommobil MP Ente rses Land Sale 2002 Chevrolet Z71. 4
Available. Call Today! (877)426-2326 x 4352 homestotal electric, MP Enterprises Land Sale Wheel Drive Extended
available. Call Today! (877)426-2326 x 4352 $175., $300., $325. West- and Finance. 5 acres or Cab. 5.31t V8 Engine. Auto
JACKSONVILLE, FL ONLY $180 PER MONTH. www.seelakethurmond.com. ville area 850-548-5541 more for houses only, trans., 16x10 wheels,
1 AC Homesite WAS $69,900 NOW $39,900. wooded & pasture. 3 miles leather, power windows,
1 AC Homesite WAS $69,900 NOW $39,900. 14x70 mobile home, pri- South of Chipley. Highway locks, seats. Spray-in bed
10% down, three yr fixed interest at 6.59%. Poor Credit Prison keeping you from buying vate lot, 6 miles north of 77, Gainer Rd., Houston liner & tool box, running
Private Gated Community, Playground, Lakes. a home? Legal Credit Repair assisting people Bonifay. $350.00 month, Rd., Beadie Rd., Duncan boards tinted windows.
20 mins. downtown, EZ drive to beaches, near with Credit Restoration since 1990. More senior discount, outside Community Rd., Buddy(8) ten $9,500 OBO. 596-4545.
pets only 850-547-1493 Rd., (4) five acres (8) ten
airport. (877)439-5263. FL&R. Information Call (recorded message) (888)224- acres (5) eight acres. 2002 Chevy Silverado
2365. 2BR/2BA mobile-home, Owner financing or cash. 1500 LS, 5.3, 4WD,
unfurnished, has appli- Low down payment, low leather, power everything,
MISCELLANEOUS ances. $500 mo., plus monthly payments. Call runs good, needs minor
REAL ESTATE AUCTIONS $300 deposit. Call Milton Peel for information repairs. $7,000 OBO.
ATTEND COLLEGE ONLINE from Home. 850-638-1462. 850-638-1858 850-596-7258
*Medical, *Business, *Paralegal, *Computers, AUCTION-Winter Park (Orlando), FL. 4br/3ba
*Criminal Justice. Job placement assistance. w/screened pool. Online bidding June 24th.
Computer available. Financial Aid if qualified. Auction ends July 8th onsite w/live webcast.
Call (866)858-2121, www.CenturaOnline.com. www.abalauction.com (850)510-2501
AB2387
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NOW AVAILABLE! 2008 POST OFFICE DIEM UPTO$24.00+PER HOUR PHONE: ^ ^l lE ^
JOBS. $18-$20/HR. NO EXPERIENCE, PAID 1-800-371-7504 OR 251-433-1270 FAX:
TRAINING, FED BENEFITS, VACATIONS. 251-433-0018 EOE Elderly Care or clean Sod For Sale on the farm,
CALL (800)910-9941 TODAY! REF #FLO8. C&C Bookkeeping and Elderly Care or cleansingadelivered or installed. Cen-.
CALL- ( ) 1 D R # 0VACATION RENTALS Tax Service. Open 5 days Will clean house for you tipede Florind 419 Beda Turf
REAL ESTATE a week. 8am to 5pm. Call are take care of your eld- ( 8 5 0 ) 6 3 8 4 8 6 0 ;
RV sites from $199/wk and rental units from (850)638-1483 ny parents. Call 1(850415-0385. Established
Coastal Georgia- Gated Golf/ Waterfront $750/wk on private island resort in the Florida 803-5 18
Community located between Savannah and Keys. Call Sunshine Key at (305)872-2217 or
St. Simons Island. Fitness Center, nature trails, visit www.RVontheGo.com. ., ,,
tennis, boat docks, SPECIAL PRICING starting
at $65k. (877)266-7376. Getaway to Paradise Now Make it an island For Rent fist n Chipey
resort vacation. Save gas & 50% on Suites Carpentry, pressure wash dMnt Waehouses If youWe
Absolute Auction Sat. June 28 @ 10:00am. & Gulffront Parlors $135. Limited time offer Headliners and Vinyl dow re-sreening, great Do" Lamar Townsend
Home + 66+/- Acres Lumpkin (Stewart Co.) GA. details (888)791-0066. JustLetGo.com/NP. Tops Mobile Unit. I do the rates. (850)638-4492 (850)638-4539, north of
Target Auction (800)476-3939 GA AU #003069 < cawoork at your home or b----iTownsends.
Albert Burney (256)543-1654. rates on new vinyl tops Remodeling, Hardwood 1Mini Storage in Chipley
-' L' r *\e., and auto carpeting. Free Floors, Decks, Small Fram- All sizes for rent We fur-
MURPHY, NORTH CAROLINA-Propertyleave message. (850) 850-258-2589 or (850)326-2399
IS THE TIME TO BUY! Views- Streams Homes 6- "- 638-7351 850-638-0192.
Cabins Acreage Call for FREE Brochure. ____ ---- __


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