Title: Washington County news
ALL ISSUES CITATION THUMBNAILS ZOOMABLE PAGE IMAGE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028312/00355
 Material Information
Title: Washington County news
Uniform Title: Washington County news (Chipley, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Washington County news
Publisher: Washington County news
s.n.
Place of Publication: Chipley, Fla
Publication Date: July 12, 2008
Copyright Date: 2009
Frequency: semiweekly[<1994>]
weekly[ former <1931>]
semiweekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Chipley (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States of America -- Florida -- Washington -- Chipley
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began May 23, 1924.
General Note: L.E. Sellers, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 8, no. 1 (May 28, 1931).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00028312
Volume ID: VID00355
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: ltuf - ACC5987
oclc - 07260886
alephbibnum - 000384704
lccn - sn 81000810
issn - 0279-795X
 Related Items
Preceded by: Chipley banner

Full Text


Chipley Angels, Page 4

The Chipley Angels all-star

team competed in the

Dixie Youth State Tournament


Washingo CutyN


Inside

Get your :-

free copy ,

today 4AGA I '



www.chipleypaper.com


COPYRIGHT 2008 FREEDOM FLORIDA NEWSPAPERS, INC.


I sIDITION


In The News


'Masonry man'
crafted own vault
Our local historian did
confirm the story on the
masonry man. His name
was Mr. Helton, and he
crafted his and his
.spouse's own vaults and
headstone pieces way in
"advance of his death.
Cemetery, Page 3

Years ago
In 2003 Chipola Junior
College became a
four-year college on
June 23.
Years ago, Page 5

Schedule
pickup
CHS schedules ready
Beginning Tuesday,
July 15, students may
pick up their schedules
for the 2008/2009 school
year. They may be
picked up from the office
from 8 a.m. until 4 p.m.,
Tuesday through
Thursday. FCAT reports
may also be picked up
at this time.







ABOUT
Things to do in
Washington, Holmes and
Surrounding Counties
Check out or submit events at
www.chipleypaper.com
or www.borifaynow.com

Don't just sit there,
enjoy your county
For the latest in what's
happening in Washington
County, check out the
Washington County News
online.
WWW.CHIPLEYPAPER.COM

Inside


Years Ago
NASCAR ..
Classifieds .


Page 5
. ......Page 6
. . . .Page 7


Navigate the Coast
FREEDOM
O I- C) 0 I FI) A
NEWSPAPERS.INTERACTIVE


Vernon Elementary 'A' heads school grades


JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
CHIPLEY Vernon Elemen-
tary earned its sixth-straight "A'
grade as the Florida Department
of Education released school
grades Tuesday morning.
Scores were down at some other
schools, as Chipley High School
went from a B to a D, and Kate M.
Smith, Roulhac Middle School and
Vernon High went from Bs to Cs.
Scores are as follows:
Chipley HS went from a B in


2007 to a D in 2008
Kate M. Smith Elementary
went from a B in 2007 to a C in 2008
Roulhac Middle School went
from a B to a C
Vernon Elementary stayed
at an A
Vernon HS went from a B to a C
Vernon Middle stayed at a C
Superintendent Calvin Stevenson
said that plans would be made
towards higher goals for next year.
"We're looking for ways to
improve our scores," said Steven-
son. "We'll be doing quite a bit of


research into analyzing scores and
ways to improve studying, applica-
tion, and this is especially going to
be applied in the area of science."
Chipley High School's eleventh-
grade science scores are at 40 percent,
a six percent decrease from last year.
Vernon High School's eleventh-
grade science scores are higher
this year, at 32 percent, a five per-
cent increase. Roulhac Middle
School's eighth-grade science
scores are at 31 percent, a three
percent decrease.
Vernon Middle Schdol's fifth


Mementoes from the Riverview Restaurant are on display at the Vernon Historical Museum.





No place like home


VHS senior photos
CECILIA SPEARS
Staff Writer
cspears@chipleypaper.com
VERNON The collages of
senior photos once kept at the
new Vernon High School were
donated to the Vernon Historical
Society July 10.
"Its ironic that the photos are
going back where they belong, the
old Vernon High School," said
Angia Morris, president of the
Vernon Historical Society. "Its
like they've come home."
These photos include 36 alumni
collages, the members of the bas-
ketball team that won the 1979
State Championships, and five
See VHS, page 2


donated to Vernon Historical Society


Photos Dy Uecilia spears / Statt write
Left to right: Donnie Strickland, Geraldine Adams, Dr. Bobbie
Dawson, Angia Morris and David Shipes show off the Class of
1961-61 plaque.


'It don't matter' attitude drives Clenney


TONY WEBER
mindseyemotorsports.com
. CHIPLEY In the world
of drag racing, it is not uncom-
mon to meet very fierce com-
petitors. The same can be said
of those with a carefree sense
of humor and an almost "It
don't matter" kind of attitude.


But what would you get if you
mixed the two; if you com-
bined a strong desire to win
with a reckless determination
to always find the humor in
any situation? Does such a
person even exist anymore?
The answer would be a
resounding yes. Patrick Clen-
ney resides in Chipley.


It's a pretty good bet if you
have ever met him, whether it
be on the starting line or in the
pits, you have fallen victim to
his racing prowess or his knack
for practical jokes. But at the
end of the night, win or lose as
long as everyone had fun then
See CLENNY 2


grade science score is at 22 percent;
an 11 percent decrease and the
eighth grade science scores are at 35
percent; a four percent decrease.
Stevenson said that there is a
possibility they will get new math
books to see what they can do to
raise the math scores.
"We'll never be satisfied with
our scores and we'll always be
looking for new and innovative
ways to improve," Stevenson said.
"I'm proud of my teachers and
we'll be working hard to do our
very best in the future."


All fall

Down?

Former tenant calls
for demolition of
Mongoven building
JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
CHIPLEY The his-
toric Mongoven building
on South Railroad
Avenue has been closed
for almost two years due
to code violations, and its
last tenant recommends
that it be demolished.
Sandy Acosta, former
owner of Sandana's
Restaurant, made that
recommendation at the
regular meeting of Chip-
ley City Council Thursday
night.
Acosta read a letter she
wrote to potential buyers
in mid-2006 warning them
of the problems with the
building. She noted a
number of problems in the
letter:
*A thorough inspection
of the entire building to
stop heavy leaking into the
first-floor restaurant, that
also brought a great deal
of debris into the restau-
rant
Flooded bathrooms
from the leaks
*Extensive mildew
damage throughout both
interior and exterior walls
Other wall damage
including exposed ply-
wood and foam insulation
Acosta was forced to
vacate the building in
August 2006 after about
two-and-a-half years of
occupation due to code
violations. She said she
recognized the historic
nature of the old building,
r but tlhat it is too bad of
shape to repair.
"I want it preserved but
you need to look at the
See COUNCIL 2


Dragracer Patrick Clenny was born and
raised in Chipley.


I I L I; L I II ZI


A 4





2 Saturday, July 5, 2008 0 Washington County News

Transportation Planning meeting
SI. Transportation Planning Executive Committee Meeting will:
be held 10:30 a.m. on Monday, July 14. The meeting will be in
the Parker City Hall commission chambers and is open to the'
public. There will be a public forum for the public to address
transportation issues.
The Regional Transportation Partnership includes Bay, Gulf,
Homes, and Washington counties. Reasonable accommoda-
tions will be made in accordance with the Americans with
Disabilities Act. Call 1-800-226-8914, ext. 218.


There is always work to keep the car in action.


Jay -elsberg / Managing -clitor
Left to right: Councilman Tommy McDonald Jr., Mayor
Linda Cain and Councilwoman Cheryl McCall accept a
$135,610.84 state check for expansion of Pals Park.


CLENNEY
Continued from page 1

nothing else really matters.
Born and raised in Chipley, Clenney
grew up around racecars often spending
hours with his father at the tracks and in
the garage. His dad would even sneak a
young Patrick out at night to watch street
racing.
Although his mother .wasn't too fond
of racing, she knew how important it was
for the two to enjoy what strengthened
that father son relationship. "I guess she
knew I just wanted to go to the races and
be with my dad." Clenney said. "He
taught me to love a sport that today
means more to me than ever before."
Unfortunately, life had others ideas
for Patrick and way before his time his
father was taken out of his life. "Even
though I don't get to go to the races with
my dad after he passed away, I know for
a fact he is there riding along with me
and loving every minute of it," said
Patrick.
At 15, Clenney began his racing career
in. a 1978 Malibu powered by a small
block Chevy with nitrous oxide. His
father bought it from a friend and when
Patrick turned 16 he drove it every day,
everywhere he needed to go, even to
school.
"I can still remember the first time we
took it to a track.,My parents had to sign
a waiver since I didn't even have my
license yet. I was hooked," Clenney said.
"The next week we went back so I
could enter a King of the Street class. We
got to the track a little early so we


decided to go ahead and change the
nitrous jets. I figured there was no sense
starting at anything less than a 250 shot.
It was all downhill from there."
Patrick is happily married to Jennifer,
his very supportive wife. They have a
four-year-old daughter, Jaiden.
Although they don't make it out to the
track as much as they would like, that
home support has quietly helped Clen-
ney become a three time 5.70 Real Street
Track Champion.
A few years back Patrick helped found
the Washington County Racing Team,
more as a joke than anything else. "Orig-
inally there were eight of us and we all
had fairly similar cars." "Of those eight, I
am pretty much the only one still racing
but there are about three others that are
currently working on cars so there may
be a comeback yet."
It was in this group that Clenney con-
tinued to develop the winning. "Consis-
tency is a very important part of every-
thing you do. From maintenance to driv-
ing, you have to know your car, what it
wants and when it wants it." Clenney
explains.
"Then the Real Street class came
along. After we got the word out the first
race had a great turnout, and it just blew
up from there." Clenney went on to win
11 races in 2005 and won the 2005 Emer-
ald Coast 5.70 Real Street 'Track Cham-
pionship.
A back-to-back championship
became the focus of the team in 2006.
Everything was going as planned until a
wreck. The team worked to get the car
back together for the next points race,
which was only two weeks away.
Coming down to the last race of the
year, Clenney pulled off what everyone


else said would never happen. "V
fought all season long and won it in tl
last race of the season." Clenney intone
The most challenging year of Cle
ney's racing career was 2007. It was th
year that Clenney decided to chase tl
championship at both Emerald Coa
Dragway and Mobile Dragway. Despi
breaking a rod and piston on his first vi
there in 2006, Clenney was ready
expand his championship drives. As w
the case in 2006, the season again can
down to the last race. "We had a or
round run off for all the marbles, and
won on a double breakout that was w.
too close for comfort."
Despite falling short in making Eme
ald Coast a three-peat, Clenney w
crowned the 2007 5.70 Real Stre
Mobile Dragway Track Champion.
Clenny now drives a beautiful '68 Po
tiac Firebird with a 565 cubic inch b
block Chevy he built himself in h
father's old shop. A true working cla
champion, Clenney gets very little spo
sorship assistance. What he does g
comes from NAPA Auto Parts in Chipl
and Runaway RV of Chipley.
Clenney has set his sights on winni
the 2008 Outlaw Real Street Seri
Championship put on by both Emera
Coast and Mobile. The six race series h
some stiff competition and as this is t]
first year it has been attempted, Patri
wants to be the first to claim the title.
With his trademark lucky fuzzy h
and his custom set of scales, an alwa
smiling Clenney will continue to live o
his personal motto in racing and in life
"It Don't Matter."
Reprinted courtesy of RPM magazii
http://www.rpm-mag.co


- -------
- - - - - -


James


Dry Cfeaners

FAST AND FRIENDLY SERVICE ,,

CHIi



709 South Street,Suite 1
(Beside Chipley Florist & Gifts)
(850) 547-2240


MTW


HOURS
F 7-5 TH 7-12 SAT. 8-12


e COUNCIL
he
es. Continued from page 1
n-
is damage in the walls as well
he as the roof," Acosta told
Ast Council. "The walls are
ite ready to collapse.
sit "I think it should be
to demolished," and she said
as that owner Bill Mongoven
ne should be responsible for
ne the demolition. "It's a beau-
SI tiful building but there is no
ay way it will ever be safe."
In other business, Council:
;r- *Accepted a $135,610.84
as state grant for work on the Pals
et Park expansion. The money
would go for new lights and poles
at existing field 2 (13-14-year-old
n- boys), moving those lights (once
)ig refurbished) to one of the new
is fields at the former campground
ASS and other uses.
Approved a land use com-
n- pliance recommendation from
;et the Planning and Zoning
ey

i VHS
ld Continued from page 1
as
he
ck memorial plaques for:
Chester Leroy Jackson,
tat class of '67; George Dirtz,
class of '64; Irving "Happy"
ut Roche, vocational teacher,
e... class of '60 -'61 & '64 -'67;
Newton Dalton Brock,
class of '62; Benjamin
ne Hardy Pipkin, administra-
m/ tor, 1917-'68; Ray A.
Home, Teacher, Coach &
Administrator, class of '62;
and a plaque for the
Florida Association of Stu-
dent Councils for Service
to District I, '89 '90 VHS
S. vice principal.
Some of the glass had
broken and pictures are
fading but Morris said she
was "up for the challenge."
"We're going to restore
these as best as we can," Mor-
ris said. "I assure you, they
won't look like new, but they'll
look pretty darn close."
- Helping Morris by trans-
porting the photos was
David Shipes, a passerby,
Commissioner Donnie
Strickland, and Geraldine






.. 1


Commission for the Tyndall Fed-
eral Credit Union building just
south of Washington Square.
Held a public hearing and
approved Ordinance 882 amend-
ing the comprehensive plan for
the schools element.
Held a public hearing and
approved an amendment to Ordi-
nance 884 extending the contract
for garbage services with Waste'
Management, Inc., three more
years until May 31, 2011. Resi-
dential and commercial rates
would be adjusted quarterly to
reflect the price of diesel fuel.
Held a public hearing and
approved Ordinance 885 adding,
an alternate member to the Plan-
ning and Zoning Commission.
Approved adding Toby
Hodges to the Planning and Zoning
Commission to replace Trey Cook.
Approved vacating a sec-
tion of 4th Street that dead ends
just before Johnson and did not
approve vacating a section North
2nd Street just past Warren
Avenue.
Heard four residents apolo-
gize to the City for selling drugs.
Their apologies are part of their
sentencing.

Adams, custodian.
Organizing the donation
and overseer of the project
was Dr. Bobbie Dawson,
VHS administrator.
"Bobbie's come a long
way and has been with us
for a very long time," Mor-
ris said. "She was the first
black student to attend
Vernon High School and
then she went and.
achieved a doctorate; we're
very fortunate to have her
with us."
Morris also said that Daw-
son used to work at the River-
side Restaurant, which was
located where the GoCo/Lib-
erty station is now.
"That was the best place
to get a good home-style:
meal," Morris said. "That's-
one of the reasons why the
historical society is so:
important; its something to-
keep those memories alive,
just like the senior photos
is to our alumni."
The Vernon Historical
Society Museum is open to:
the public every Wednes-
day from 10 a.m. till 2 p.m.-
and meetings are the:
fourth Wednesday of the-
month at 2 p.m.


MEET, GREET


and EAT

Chris Welch wants to
know what issues are
important to you.

Tuesday, July 15 *6 pm
Hinson Crossroads
Community Center

Tuesday,July 22 6 pm
Blue Lake Community Center
Political advertisement paid Ior aid approved by Chris Welch, Democrat or Shenriff


yo--


(R u ARE CORDIALLY INVITED To
THE DEDICATION OF
THE NEW FOYER &
THE NEWLY REMODELED SANCTUARY ON
SUNDAY AFTERNOON,
JULY 13, 2008.

THE DEDICATION SERVICE WILL BEGIN
AT 2:00PM IN THE SANCTUARY.




\: [J f-i, C. ci
We're close to you at 1783 Piney Grove Rd.

-10 Chipley-


/ <44Piney Grove ,
SClayton Rd.


THANK YOU

Washington county

My family and I would like to take this
opportunity to say "Thank You" for allowing
me the honor to serve another term as your
Property Appraiser.
I am extremely grateful and humbled that
you are allowing me to continue serving in
this office.
Remember, this office is your office.
My staff and I are here to serve you an i
opportunity for which we are grateful.
Again, "THANK YOU VERY MUCH."

Gil Carter
Washington County Property Appraiser
Political advertisement paid for and approved by Gil Carter. Democr i i .. i . 1


I "




I Washington County News 0 Saturday, July 12, 2008 0 3


'Masonry man' crafted own vault


To the Editor:
Since my response to your cemetery arti-
cle appeared in the Weekend Edition, I have
had numerous phone calls and people
inquiring and commenting on your articles. I
hope you have found the same to be true. As
promised, I have met with a local "histo-
ria n," and had the pleasure of accompanying
heir to the cemetery. She doesn't want her
name listed, but she is more than four score,
and has enough local knowledge to teach a
course at the Historical Society on Chipley
History. A tape recorder would have been a
valuable tool in our visit.
Our local historian did confirm the story
on the masonry man. His name was Mr. Hel-
ton, and he made his own who crafted his
and his spouse's own vaults and headstone
pie ces way in advance of his death. He did
indeed keep them at his house until use, and
she said everything in his house was


concrete, including his bathtub! He made
several concrete flowerpots with handles
that are located through out the cemetery.
The largest one was stolen or removed from
the Langston grave plots several years.
She came prepared for the cemetery visit
and produced a list of Confederate Veterans
derived from a list from Mrs. Sloan who had
done a complete inventory of the cemetery. We
are confirming it and will provide a copy to
the Historical Society. I asked her if she knew
who put the concrete markers "1861-1865"
listed at the foot of the Confederate graves, and
she said they have been here her whole life, but
she has never heard who was responsible.
She found what is believed to be the old-
est "marked" grave in the cemetery belong-
ing to a Reddick infant (photo attached)
who died in 1889, seven years after Chipley


was founded.


Cheryl McCall


Contributed photos
TOP LEFT: Mr. Helton, known as the masonry
man crafted several of the concrete flower pots
with handles that are located through out the
cemetery.
ABOVE: This is believed to be the oldest
"marked" grave in the cemetery belonging to a
Reddick infant who died in 1889, seven years after
Chipley was founded.


SCHEDULED
MEETINGS

A public hearing of the
Washington County School
Board will be held on July 14
at 5:30 p.m. in the board
room of the School Board
Administrative Buildingin
Chipley.
OrNthe agenda:
Call to Order/Adoption
of the Agenda
*Approval of Amended
Notice of Tax for School
Capital Outlay:
1. Superintendent/Staff
Presentation
2. Public Input
3. Board Action
*Resolution #06-06.


Washington County
School Board have sched-
uled the following meetings:
July 14- Public Hearing
and Regular Meeting at
5:30 p.m.
July 24- Budget Hearing
at 5:30 p.m.
July 28- Budget Hearing
at 5:30 p.m.
Sept 15- Budget Hearing
and Regular Meeting at 5:30
p.m. (The regular meeting
for September rescheduled
from Sept 8 to the 15)
Agenda online under
schools at www.chipleypa-
per.com


*t *';S-'i^S~*9iS;


Superintendent Candidate:
I woUld like to pay respect to the City of
Chipley and the City of Vernon for a series of first
class events: the Watermelon Festival, Chipley
Parade and Vernon Merchants'4th of July Parade
and Fireworks. For those who missed the events,
they are a must see next year.The fireworks lit up
the night sky. They banged and boomed above
our heads and left in their wake only the peaceful
smoke washing away with the winds of freedom.
What a way to remember those who sacrificed
everything so we can enjoy such simple treasures.
It was my honor to participate.
.Jlamie Fielding
Political advertisement paid for and approved by Jamie Fielding, Republican, for Superintendent of Schools


Dear Residents of Washington County,
I send out my deepest apologies to all of the
residents of Washington County for being ar-
rested and I regret the actions in which I was
charged for. It was not my intention to disturb
your community and I am truly sorry and wish
that I could take back the whole incident. My
sincerest emotions have truly been affected by
this ordeal because this is not in any way a rep-
resentation of my character. The morals and val-
ues that I pride myself on have been reevaluated and I honestly
understand that my actions were solely based on poor judgment
on my behalf. Because of the consequences of my actions, I am
now aware that my poor judgment could have had more seri-
ous affects on my life if I had not been reprimanded. With my
deepest and most sincere emotions I am truly apologizing for
the choices I made which lead me to be arrested in Washington
County; therefore once again I send out my apologies to every
resident in the entirety of Washington County.
Sincerely Apologetic,
Tinnia Monroe


To the citizens of Chipley
I, Jimmy Ronnie Tindell, apologize for
selling controlled substances on the
streets of Chipley and promise not to
do it again.


e' .W -v~


rRed Carpet Premier


fS-WfRL'tSEX *





4 0 Saturday, July 12, 2008 e Washington County News


GCEC employee news
SOUTHPORT Gulf Coast Electric Cooperative
announces the addition of a new employee to its staff and the
promotion of another employee.
Mike Carlton, left, joins the Cooperative's engineering
department, mainly working out of the Southport district
office. He is a graduate of A. Crawford Mosley High School
and attended Gulf Coast Community College. Carlton..
previously worked in the telephone industry as a contract
engineer for 18 years.
David Syfrett, right, has been promoted to the title of Lead
Line Technician.


Xihipley angels


m !,..,,hipley angels


T he Chipley Angels All-Star team
traveled to Belleview last week
to compete in the Dixie Youth
State Tournament. During the
pre-tournament banquet, the girls got
the opportunity to meet Dot Richardson,
two-time Softball Olympic Gold
Medalist. The Chipley Angels showed
well during the tournament and ended
'up placing fourth in the state. Team
members include: Ashlyn Jeffries,
Madison (Mac) Curry, Gracie Gilbert,
Lori Helms, Lexie Helms, Madison Kent,
Brittany Marsceil, Julianne Padgett,
Kacie Crews, Lauren Finch, Chloe
Bruner, and Kendal Daniels. The Angels'
coaches are Bill Gilbert, Lana Gilbert
and Lee Helms.


4-H horsemanship school works on basic fundamentals
Emily Clark, Danielle Cook, Jessica Kilgore and Austin
Myers attended a weeklong 4-H Horsemanship School
during June to learn and practice the basic fundamentals
o of horsemanship.
.4.._-_ Riding skills, horse health, nutrition, tack care and
selection, safety, fitting and grooming were also covered
during the camp.
S' The 4-H'ers also enjoyed free time swimming, playing
games and meeting new friends from the participating
S ,counties.
Staci Clark and Brenda Kilgore, 4-H volunteers, served
"as chaperones for the week.
For more information on horse related programs in
Washington County 4-H or the Washington County 4-H
program, visit our website at washington.ifas.ufl.edu or
call Julie Pigott Dillard at (850) 638-6180.


Nicole P. Barefield, Publisher
Jay Felsberg, Managing Editor Brad Goodyear, Composition Supervisor
Cameron Everett, Production Supervisor Zola Anderson, Office Manager
Pamela Jackson, Senior Account Executive


O The News is published every Wednesday and Saturday by Florida Freedom
Newspapers, Inc., 1364 N. Railroad Avenue, Chipley, FL 32428.
Periodicals postage paid at Chipley, Florida.
Copyright 2008, Florida Freedom Newspapers, Inc. All Rights Reserved
COPYRIGHT NOTICE: The entire contents of the Washington County News are fully protected by
copyright and cannot be reproduced in any form for any purpose without the expressed permission
nf Florida Frppdnm Npwsnanopr Inc
;.-,y *)} * ; .-.** ; T *::-* -'... .. .. ...- *. i -.. x *--*--** -


SUBSCRIPTION RATES tok
*LOCAL* (Washington, Holmes &Jackson)
$44.00 per year plus applicable sales tax
*ELSEWHERE-
$55.00 per year plus applicable sales tax


POSTMASTER:
Send address changes to the
Washington County News
P.O. Box 627 Chipley, FL 32428
USPS 667-360


P.O. Box 627
Chipley, FL 32428
For news tips or
advertising information,
call:

638-0212
Fax: (850) 638-4601
www.chipleypaper.coin


'7 .~, r'~'*,-*,, #.~. ~&ra.~
I.


Washington
County Arts
Council
logo contest

The Washington County:
Arts Council, Inc., a
non-profit organization, :is
hosting a logo contest iin
which a $100 prize will be'
awarded to the individual
who best portrays the vision
of the Washington Counlty
Arts Council. Our mission'
includes arts education, pulb-
licity of local and regional
arts events, and nurturing a
fertile environment for the
growth of the arts within our
community through theatre,
gallery, writers and special
events.
Criteria:
*Maximum size of logo
should be 6 x 6 inches. If sub-
mitted in a printed formatt.
the paper size should be no
larger than 8 1/2 x 11 inches
and have the ability to be
scanned (hence the size lina-
itation). The logo may also
be transmitted in electronic.
(digital) format.
*The name "Washington-
County Arts Council" must
be incorporated into the'
logo.
*Should be submitted in
black and white.
*The contest is limited to
people who live or work i.n
Washington County.
*Deadline is July 13 anid
entries must be submitted 1:o
one of the following loca-
tions: e-mailed to tonyajpiip-
pinbellsouth.net or deliv-
ered to the Washington
County Library at 1444 Jack-
son Ave., Chipley, FL Att n:
Linda Norton.
Printed format entries
must be submitted in an
envelope labeled "Washing-
ton County Arts
Council Logo Contest ".
All entries should include a
cover letter, which include
the artist name, address,
phone number, relationship
to Washington County, arind
email address (if applicable).
Disclosures
The Washington Counity
Arts Council reserves tlhe
right to refuse all entries,
alter the fonts, sizes and col-
ors. The logo becomes the
property of The Washington
County Arts Council and
will not be returned.
Tips: Keep in mind that
the logo is not an art piece
and intricate detailing will
not translate well to a sm all
image format. The logo
needs to translate well to a
line art, color or black a:nd
white format for printing. A
fixing agent may need to be
applied to charcoals or pen-
cil to prevent the logo from
smearing during the scan-
ning of the image.
For more information,
please contact Ton iya
Pippin at 638-8851 or
tonyajpippinbellsouth.riet
or visit www.washington-
countyarts.org


VskiNgTON CO EWS
.. yff




Washington County News Saturday, July 12, 2008 5


Years Ago
Taken from the files of the Washington County News

ball camp at Marion Military 1958
Academy.
5 years ago Gordon Wade Warren 50 years ago
Twin sisters, Tasha and Nicole received a scholastic plaque Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Johnson of
Espinosa, helped get the first from General William C. West- Marianna spent the weekend in
Shepherds' Cottage off the ground moreland in recognition of his Chipley with his parents, Mr. and
by working with a group from graduation from Pensacola Mrs. Hines Johnson. Also visiting
Orlando to frame in the house at Junior College with a perfect 4.0 the Johnsons was their daughter,
Baptist College in Florida. average. Annette, of Tallahassee.
Chipola Junior College Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Sellers
became a four-year college on 1 3 were guests of their parents, Mr.
June 23, 2003. As a level I insti- and Mrs. J.P. Sellers and Mr. and
tution, Chipola Junior College 35 years ago Mrs. C.C. Cobb.
was required to change its name. 35 years ago Weekend guests of Mr. and
They chose Chipola College. Mrs. Ralph Williams and Mrs. Harry Lucas were Mr. and
Chuck Smith of Chipley won mother, Martha Livingston, Mrs. John Cook and four chil-
a 1995 Dodge Neon during the were Sunday guests of Mr. and dren from Barnsville, Ga. They
2003 Watermelon Festival. Mrs. Paul Mcntire, who ived in were en route to the beaches for
Celebrate the Joy of Reading Dothan, Ald of Vernon, outa. a vacation.
was theme for Washington Coy B. Land of Vernon, out
County Library's summer read- of the hospital for three weeks,
County Library's summer read- said he was kicking, but not very 1938
ing program. high. "I tell him that's better
than not kicking at all," the 70 years ago
1998 reporter said. Mrs. John DeBoer and chil-
dren and Mrs. John Morgan
10 years ago and children were enjoying a
A Karate team from First 1968 week-long vacation in Fort
Free Will Baptist Church Walton.
entered a tournament in Jack- 40 years ago Miss Betty Armstrong was
sonville. Winning awards were Robert D. Hendricks of spending a week with relatives in.
Wayne Boan, Mary Williford, Caryville was among the 13 mil- Milton.
Wade Boan Jr., Terra Register, itary and civilian personnel at
Joshua Pate, Jonathon Fussell, Fort Rucker recognized for out-
Al Page, Sharon Boan and standing job performance. They 1908
Charlene Pate, all received an incentive award.
State fisheries biologists Woodrow Wilson, owner of 100 years ago
released 2,000 striped bass in two Wilson Publishing which pub- Judge J.R. Wells of Vernon
areas of the Choctawhatchee lished newspapers in Chipley, passed through Chipley en
River. The fish had small dart Graceville and Marianna, was route to Tallahassee. He
tags affixed to their backs. moving to Bay County. Bob planned to attend a meeting of
Sunny Hills Volunteer Fire Brown, former assistant pub- the Congressional Committee
Department planned an ice lisher, would take over operation which would decide the results
cream social as a fund-raiser. of the three weekly newspapers. of one of the primary races.
Recent guests in the home of J. Baxley of Jackson County
Mrs. Nancy Griffin were her son and Chandler Gilbert of Wash-
1978 and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. ington County were asked to
B.H. Griffin and boys of Jack- act as judges for the farm
30 years ago sonville. A granddaughter, Mrs. speeches offering a pair of
Kip Hardy and Greg Wood Rosa Lee Highsmith of Cleveland, shoes as prize to a farm boy
attended the Ken Stabler foot- Ohio, also were guests. under 18.


5:00 7:30 p,



HALLEY
FOR


EXPERIENCED & QUALIFIED

WAUSAU POSSUM PALACE
SMusical Entertainment By
Johnna Kay Pierce


in.


Meet Your Democratic Candidate For Sheriff
Talk with Gene about your concerns!
Political advertisement paid for and approved by Gene Halley, Democrat, for Sheriff


CITY OF VERNON

FAIR HOUSING WORKSHOP
The City of Vernon will conduct a Fair


Housing


Workshop


for the


local pub-


lic and Elected Officials. The workshop
will provide education regarding the Fair
Housing Act and Citizen's Rights pertain-
ing to it. The workshop will be held dur-
ing the regular meeting of the City Coun-
cil on July 28, 2008, at 7:00 pm, Vernon
City Hall, located at 2808 Yellow Jacket
Drive, Vernon, FL 32462. Please contact
the City Clerk at (850) 535-2444 at least
3 days prior to the meeting if you require
special assistance of any kind.
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER/FAIR HOUSING/HANDICAP ACCESS/DRUG FREE
JURISDICTION
a^Ka~ad7 tti raW !S B!BsaI^B1& S' 5w ^^ "..'*d~ '**"-"' ." is**.''^.


Washington County Library
Summer reading schedule
Monday: Summer Reading Program for Pre-K
through second grade is scheduled from- 9:30 to 11
a.m. and grades 3-5 meet from 2-3:30 p.m. at Chip-
ley Library.
Tuesday: Summer Reading will be at McQueen's
Temple from 9:30 to 11 a.m.
Thursday: Country Oaks Learning Center will be
open from 9:30 to 11 a.m. for the Summer Reading
Program.
Friday: The Wausau Library will be open from
2-3:30 p.m. for Summer Reading.
For more information call the Washington County
Library at 638-1314 or e-mail kidsrulewcplfl.com.

TDC sponsors Chamber breakfast
The Washington County Tourist Development Council
will host the monthly Chamber of Commerce 'Third
Thursday' breakfast meeting at Pattillo's Restaurant on
July 17.
TDC related issues including possible effects of rising
fuel costs on tourism, bed taxes, special event funding
and long-term tourism marketing plans will be
discussed.


Things to do in
Washington, Holmes and
Surrounding Counties
Check out or submit events at
www.chipleypaper.com
or www.bonifaynow.com


TO
ADVERTISE
CALL
PAM
JACKSON AT
638-0212


WudhJank Viu!-

I would like to take this opportunity to thank all who participated in the
recent musical event Stars and Stripes Forever that was presented at the
Vernon Community Center of 04 July 2008. With your abiding support
and prayers, GOD will continue to bless Washington County and The
United States of America.
Dawn Frost-Haddock

Special Thanks to the Following:
Lucretia, Byron, and Jordan Biddle
Ace & Norma Frost
James & Naomi Guy
Gary Haddock
Glenn Rogers
Eastside Baptist Church
Oakie Ridge Baptist Church
Shepherds Gate
Sherry, and Mark Cobb
Sheriff Bobby Haddock and Washington County Deputies
Vernon Mayor and Vernon City Council
Vernon Area Merchants Association (VAMA)
Vernon Family Health Center Staff
The Vernon Village Choir



Amended Notice Of Tax

for

School Capital Outlay


The School Board of Washington County will
soon consider a measure to amend the use of
property tax for the capital outlay projects pre-
viously advertised for the 2006 to 2007 school
year.

New Projects To Be Funded:

CONSTRUCTION AND REMODELING
30 Classrooms at Vernon Elementary School

Projects To Be Deleted:

CONSTRUCTION AND REMODELING
14 Classrooms at Vernon Elementary School


All concerned citizens are invited to a public
hearing to be held on July 14, 2008, at 5:30 P.M.
in the School Board Meeting Room, 652 Third
Street, Chipley, FL.


A DECISION on the proposed amendment to
the projects funded from CAPITAL OUTLAY
TAXES will be made at this meeting.


~JE U
T ~;v ~-~: ~'-' *"-~.~ -~ *.~iY> '~y~r ~ ~
'ii





6 Saturday, July 12, 2008 0 Washington County News




ME.J. :1 P________


July 12
NASCAR Performance SPEED @ 11:30 a.m.
NASCAR in a Hurry SPEED @ noon
NASCAR RoceDay SPEED @ 3:30 p.m.
NASCAR on TNT Live! TNT @ 5:30 p.m.
Sprint Cup Series Countdown to Green TNT @ 6:30 p.m.
Sprint Cup Series LifeLock.com 400 TNT @ 7 p.m.
July 13
NASCAR Victory Lane SPEED @ 7 p.m.
July 18
Racing Across America SPEED @ 11 a.m.
Racing Across America SPEED @ 12:30 p.m.
NASCAR Now ESPN2 @ 5 p.m.
Craftsman Truck Series Final Practice SPEED @ 5:30 p.m.
Nationwide Series Practice ESPN2 @ 6 p.m.
July 19
Craftsman Truck Series Keystone Pole Qualifying SPEED @ 3 p.m.
Nationwide Series Coors Light Pole Qualifying ESPN2 @ 4 p.m.
Craftsman Truck Series Midyear Review SPEED @ 4:30 p.m.
Craftsman Truck Series Setup SPEED @ 5 p.m.
Craftsman Truck Built Ford Tough 225 SPEED @ 6 p.m.
Nationwide Series Countdown ESPN2 @ 8 p.m.
Nationwide Dodge Dealers 250 ESPN2 @ 8:30 p.m.



The Next Lap




July 27 July 19 July 19 July 18
Indianapolis Madison, III. Sparta, Ky. Sparta, Ky.
Allstate Dodge Dealers Ford Tough Kentucky
400 250 225 150


Is DEI up
Tuesday, Dale Earnhardt
Inc. president Max Siegel
refuted reports that compa-
ny owner Teresa Earnhardt
had commissioned invest-
ment banking firm Bear,
Stearns, and Co., Inc., to
locate a buyer or financial
investment partner.
"We are contacted all the
time by outside firms about
getting involved in the sport.
We are not for sale right
now. Nothing is imminent.
Are we constantly weighing
that as an option? Does that
make sense? Quite frankly,
we don't know," said Siegel.
"Every team is looking for a


for sale?
way to bring in appropriate
resources."
Siegel is one of the possi-
ble buyers according to
some reports.
Teresa Earnhardt report-
edly has agreed to walk
away for the right price,
which is between $115-
$130 million.
She is only selling the
DEI race teams, shops, real
estate, and the DEI head-
quarters in Mooresville, N.C.
Teresa Earnhardt would
retain all 'Dale Earnhardt'
and 'Intimidator' rigths and
merchandise sales according
to reports.


Penalty hurts Truex hopes


Martin Truex, Jr. could
have been eliminated from the
Chase for the Sprint Cup.
Tuesday, NASCAR fined
the team 150 driver and owner
points, while also suspending
crew chief Kevin 'Bono'
Manion and car chief Gary
Putman for the next six races.
At Daytona, Truex, Jr.'s
No. 1 Bass Pro Shops Chevy
Impala SS did not fit the roof


sCUSER.i I


Driver: Sam Hornish, Jr.
Owner: Roger Penske
Points: 1,370
Points out of 34th: 12
Points ahead of 36th: 70
Place Owner
33 Teresa Earnhardt
34 Rob Kauffman
35 Roger Penske
36 Joe Custer
37 Dietrich Masteschiltz
38 Jeffery Moorad


template according to
NASCAR officials who con-
fiscated the car.
Manion was also fined
$100,000 by NASCAR.
The penalty dropped
Truex, Jr., four spots in the
standings from 14th to 18th as
he is now 238 points out of the
pivotal 12th spot in driver
points to qualify for the Chase
for the Sprint Cup.


115
TOYOTA 115
3 99



4 95


e87,


U


Sam Hornish Jr.
Driver Points
Regan Smith 1,436
Michael McDowell 1,382
Sam Hornish, Jr. 1,370
Scott Riggs 1,300
A.J. Allmendinger 1,170
J.J. Yeley 1,165


Photo courtesy of NASCAR
Tony Stewart gets strapped into his No. 20 Home Depot Toyota prior to a race earlier this season.



Sweet Home Chicago



Will Tony get his first win in Joliet?


By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazette.com

So what is ailing Tony
Stewart?
Nothing except the flu that
forced him out of his No. 20
Home Depot Toyota during
the Coke Zero 400.
Despite being winless this
season, Stewart is looking at
part of the Sprint Cup Series
Schedule most drivers fear,
except for him.
If Stewart continues the
trend he started when the
series expanded to 36 races in
2001, Tony should earn at
least one win during the mid-
dle 12 races of the schedule.
One season during the
stretch of 12 races where the
tracks are their worse due to
the heat, Stewart posted five
wins.
"It's not like we are not
running well, because we
are," said Stewart. "We've
just had some circumstances


0 LifeLock:c,




2007 Pole Winner (mph)
Casey Mears 182.556
2007 Race Winner (mph)
Tony Stewart- 134.258
Track Qualifying Record
Todd Bodine 183.717 m.p h.
(2001)
Track Race Record
Kevin Harvick- 136.832 m.p.h.
(2002)


After Coke Zero 400
Driver
1. Kyle Busch
2. Dale Earnhardt, Jr.
3. Jeff Burton
4. Carl Edwards
5. Jimmie Johnson
6. Jeff Gordon
7. Denny Hamlin
8. Kasey Kahne
9. Matt Kenseth
10. Clint Bowyer


Behind
Leader
-182
-202
-249
-367
-437
-446
-509
-520


that haven't gone our way.
You'll have that. We tend to
be a late-blooming team any-
how.
"We plan on doing the
same thing we do every
week. We're not changing our
approach. Every week our
goal is to win the race, and
that's not going to change."
Stewart just missed out on
a win at New Hampshire
when many felt he had a
dominant car, but a pit stop
and subsequent rain storm
relegated the Indiana native
to 13th.
That goal of winning
seemed to be a little easier for
Stewart during the middle
part of the season.
Statistically, during the 90
mid-season races since 2001,
Stewart has 15 wins, 37 top
fives and 51 top 10's.
Ironically, Stewart only
has 17 wins in the other 248
races.
Another factor that could


Nationwide


After Winn-Dixie 25C
Driver
1. Clint Bowyer
2. Brad Keselowski
3. Carl Edwards
4. David Reutimann
5. David Regan
6. Mike Bliss
7. Kyle Busch
8. Mike Wallace
9. David Stremme


-527 10. Jason Keller


be pushing the fiery Stewart
is the fact only two points
separate him and Kevin
Harvick in the standings.
Is there something person-
al between the two friends?
Not really.
The key right now is that
Stewart is 12th in driver
points, which is the final spot
to make the Chase for the
Sprint Cup.
Harvick would like to be
in that position as much as the
other 30 drivers who are out-
side the top 12 as he is.
Stewart is the defending
race champion and is one of
only two drivers to have mul-
tiple wins on the D-shaped
oval in Joliet, Ill. The other
driver happens to be Icarvick.
"We always seem to run
well at Chicago," said
Stewart. "We're cautiously
optimistic that we're going to
run well."
If there is one thing Tony
might have going for him this


.w
. - '


0 After O'Reilly 200
Behind Driver
Leader 1. Ron Hornaday
-202 2. Matt Crafton
-218 3. Todd Bodine
-226 4. Johnny Benson
-325 5. Rick Crawford
-341 6. Mike Skinner
-376 7. Erik Darnell
-541 8. Jack Sprague
-583 9. Terry Cook
-657 10. Chad McCumbee


Behind
Leader
-27'
-54
-56
-74
-113
-137
-164
-189


season it is the fact that
Toyota has been the hot car as
they lead the 2008
Manufactures Championship
Points Standings over
Chevrolet 115-99.
Most of those points have
come thanks to Joe Gibbs
Racing and Stewart's team-
mate Kyle Busch, who posted
his sixth win of the year last
Saturday at Daytona.
With Busch winning one-
third of the races so far this
season he joins some very
elite company that could ulti-
mately lead the Las Vegas
driver to his first Sprint Cup
title and fourth for JGR.
In NASCAR Sprint Cup
history, 20 drivers have won
six or more races through the
first 18 events and 14 of them
have gone on to win the series
championship. Bill Elliott
holds the record for the most
win after 18 races, with nine.
He won two more the rest of
the season.


After Cayuga ARCA 250
Driver Behind
1. Ricky Stenhouse, Jr. Leader
2. Scott Speed -130
3. Matt Carter -150
4. Frank Kimmel -175
5. John Wes Townley -290
6. Justin Allgaier -330
7. Tom Hessert Ill -370
8. Tayler Malsam -405
9. Patrick Sheltra -420
10. Dexter Bean -445
_. ____________._


On the


Bubble


I
Wim"ITA





7 Saturday, July 12, 2008 Washington County News


S1100 | 1100 1100
PAULK GROCERY COM- 51"E a distance of 200.00 Jackson County, Florida,
PANY, INC., a corporation, feet to a concrete monu- thence North 38 degrees
and FLABAMA PETRO, ment;thenceSoutfi06 17' 58 minutes 35 seconds
LLC, an Alabama corpora- 09"W a distance of 200.00 East a distance of 97.66
tion. feet to a concrete monu- feet to an iron rod; thence
ANNOUNCEMENTS Defendants. ment set on the Northerly South 86 degrees 38 min-
right of way of State Road utes 0.3 seconds East a
1100 Legal Advertising NOTICE OF ACTION TO No. 166; thence South- distance of 604.22 feet to
1110 Classified Notices FORECLOSE MORTGAGE westerly along'said right of an existing Department of
Announcements FOR CONSTRUCTIVE way along a curve being Transportation iron rod on
1130- Adoptions SERVICE OF PROCESS concave towards the left the Easterly right of way of
1140 Happy Ads having a delta angle of 05 State Road No. 167 and
1150 Personals TO: Flabama Petro, Inc. 27' 54", a radius of 1, call this the POINT OF BE-
1160- Last YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI- 624.16 feet; an arc dis- GINNING; thence South 33
1170- Found FIED that an action for tance along said right of degrees 11 minutes 13
- foreclosure of mortgage way 155.30feetto an exist- seconds East along the
has been filed regarding ing Department of Trans- Easterly right of way of
1 1 OI tO | 7 the following properties in portation iron rod set at said road a distance of
| 1l0Jackson and Washington the intersection of the 68.59 feet to a concrete
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT County, Florida: Northerly right of way of monument; thence North
OF THE FOURTEENTH PARCEL VII: said road and the Easterly 06 degrees 17 minutes 09
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND Commence at an existing right of way of State Road seconds East a distance of
FOR JACKSON COUNTY concrete monument mark- No. 167; thence North 33o 200.00 feet to a concrete
FLORIDA ing the Northwest Corner 11' 13" West along the monument; thence North
CASE NO: 08-257-CA of Section 26, Township 5 Easterly right of way of 83 degrees 42 minutes 51
DIV. NO: North, Range 10 West, State Road No. 167 a dis- seconds West a distance
CIENA CAPITAL FUND- Jackson County, Florida; tance of 110.90 feet to the of 142.22 feet to a con-
ING, LLC, f/k/a BLX CAPI- thence North 380 58' 35"E POINT OF BEGINNING. create monument set on the
TAL, LLC, a Delaware lim- a distance of 97.66 feet to This parcel is located par- Easterly right of way of
ited liability company, an iron rod; thence South tially in the Southwest 1/4 State Road No. 167;
Plaintiff, 860 38' 03"E, a distance of of the Southwest 1/4 of thence Southeasterly
v. 604.22 feet to an existing Section 23, Township 5 along said right of way
P & C GROCERS, INC, an Department of Transporta- North, Range 10 West, and along a curve being con-
Alabama corporation, tion iron rod; thence South partially in the Northwest cave towards the left hav-
CHARLES R PARKER, in- 330 11' 13"E a distance of 1/4 of the Northwest 1/4 of ing a delta angel of 11 de-
dividually as guarantor, 68.59 feet to a concrete Section 26, Township 5 grees 13 minutes 42 sec-
BRIAN E. LEBOLD, individ- monument set on the East- North, Range 10 West, all onds a radius of 904.93
ually as guarantor, JOHN erly right of way of State in Jackson County, Flor- feet, an arc distance along
T. CARROLL, individually Road No. 167 and call this ida. said right of way of 177.34
as guarantor, Souther De- the POINT OF BEGINN- Commence at an existing feet to the POINT OF BE-
velopment Council, Inc., ING; thence North 06 17' concrete monument mark- GINNING.
SOUTHERN DEVELOP- 09"E a distance of 200.00 ing the Northwest Corner This parcel is located par-
MENT COUNCIL, INC., an feet to a concrete monu- of Section 26, Township 5 tially in the Southwest 1/4
Alabama corporation, H.L. ment; thence South 83042' North, Range 10 West, of the Southwest 1/4 of


ANNOUNCEMENTS

Run your ad STATEWIDE! Run
your classified ad in over 100
Florida newspapers reaching
over 4 MILLION readers. Call
this newspaper or (866)742-
1373 for more details or visit:
www.florida-classifieds.com.

BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES

ALL CASH CANDY ROUTE Do
you earn $800 in a day? 30 Local
Machines and Candy $9,995.
(888)629-9968 B02000033.
CALL US: We will not be
undersold!

CARS FOR SALE

Police Impounds for Sale! 93
Honda Accord $600! 96 Toyota
Camry $975!! For listings call
(800)366-9813 Ext 9271.

EMPLOYMENT SERVICES

,Post Office Now Hiring! Avg
Pay $20/hr or $57K/yr Including
Federal Benefits and OT. Placed
by adSource, not USPS who
does hiring. Call (866)497-
0989.

Get Crane Trained! Crane/
Heavy Equip Training. National
Certification. Placement
Assistance. Financial
Assistance. Georgia School of
Construction. www.Heavy5.
com Use code "FLCNH" or call
(866)218-2763.

HEALTH

Do you Experience Anxiety?
There are answers in this book.
Buy and read Self Analysis by
L. Ron Hubbard. Price $15.00.
Hubbard Dianetics Foundation
(813)872-0722 ~ E-mail
cofstampa@gmail.com.

HELP WANTED

No Truck Driver Experience-No
Problem. Wil-Trans Trucking
Will Teach You How to Drive.
Company Sponsored CDL
Training. Be OTR in Three
Weeks. (888)368-1205. Must be
23.

Drivers: 13 DRIVERS NEEDED
Sign-On Bonus 35-42cpm Earn
over $1000 weekly Excellent
Benefits Need CDL-A & 3 mos
recent OTR (800)635-8669.
V


Hurricanes Are Coming! Adusters
and Contractors needed Any
level of experience. High earning
potential. For more information
Call (800)580-1146 or go to www.
jeladjuster.com.

MECHANICS: Up to $20,000
bonus. Keep the Army National
Guard Rolling. Fix Humvees,
Strykers, etc. Expand your skills
through career training. Be a
Soldier. 1-800-GO-GUARD.com/
mechanic.

Drivers INTERMODAL OWNER
OPERATORS. High Weekly Pay,
Practical Miles, Home Daily,
Regional Runs. 2 years intermodal
exp., CDL Class. Contact Mac/
Susan at (904)644-0948.

Wanna COOL Job??? Start
a New Career as a Nationally
Certified HVAC Technician! 3.5wk
program. No Experience. Local
job placement assistance. Call
it's HOT! (877)994-9904.

Driver- CDL-A. The Grass is
Greener at PTL. Students with
CDL Welcome excellent training
Co. Drivers Earn up to 46 pm
Owner Operators Earn 1.41 pm
22yrs of age, 12mos OTR. No
Forced Northeast! Co. Drivers
call: (800)848-0405 O.Operators
call: (877)774-3533 www.ptl-inc.
com.


HOMES FOR RENT


3BR/2BA Foreclosure! $11,000!
Only $199/Mo! 5% down 20
years @ 8% apr. Buy, 4/BR
$259/Mo! For listings (800)366-
9783 Ext 5798.

MISCELLANEOUS

AIRLINES ARE HIRING Train for
high paying Aviation Maintenance
Career. FAA approved program.
Financial aid if qualified Job
placement assistance. CALL
Aviation Institute of Maintenance
(888)349-5387.

ATTEND COLLEGE ONLINE
from Home. *Medical, *Business,
*Paralegal, *Computers,
*Criminal Justice. Job placement
assistance. Computer available.
Financial Aid if qualified.
Call (866)858-2121, www.
CenturaOnline.com.

NOW AVAILABLE! 2008 POST
OFFICE JOBS. $18-$20/HR. NO


Section 23, Township 5 arc distance along said thence S 00 52' 19"E tied, at no cost to you, to gust 15, 2008 UNLESS
North, Range 10 West and right of way 155.30 feet to along the West line of Main the provision of certain as- THE BACK TAXES ARE
partially in the Northwest a concrete monument; Street (U.S. Highway 231), distance. Please contact PAID. CONTACT THE
1/4 of the Northwest 1/4 of thence North 06 degrees 20.00' to the Point of Be- the ADA Coordinator at the CLERK OF COURT IMME-
Section 26, Township 5 17 minutes 09 seconds ginning; thence Office of the Trial Court DIATELY AT TAX DEED
North, Range 10 West, all East a distance of 200.00 SOO:52'19"E; 180.00; Administrator, 550 West DEPARTMENT, RO. BOX
in Jackson County, Flor- feet to a concrete monu- thence leaving said West Main Street, Post Office 647, 1293 JACKSON AVE.,
ida. ment; thence North 83 de- line West 150.00' to a Box 7800, Taveres, Flor- Bldg 100, CHIPLEY FLOR-
BETTER DESCRIBED AS: agrees 42 minutes 51 sec- point; thence N000 52' ida, 32778, Telephone IDA 32428, OR TELE-
Commence at an existing onds West a distance of 19"W, 180.00'to a point on (352)253-1604, within two PHONE (850) 638-6008
concrete monument mark- 342.22 feet to a concrete the South line of Dogwood (2) working days of your EXT 224.
ing the Northwest Corner monument set on the East- prive; thence along said receipt of this Notice of Ac- AMOUNT TO REDEEM
of Section 26, Township 5 erly right of way of State South Line East, 150.00'to tion to Foreclose Mort- FOR July $ 2,868.86 IN
North, Range 10 West, Road No. 167; thence the Point of Beginning. gage. If you are hearing or U.S. CURRENCY ONLY
Jackson County, Florida, Southeasterly along said The above described voice impaired, call AMOUNT TO REDEEM
thence North 38 degrees right of way along a curve property lies in the NW1/4 1-800-955-8771. FOR August $ 2,910.02 IN
58 minutes 35 seconds being concave towards the of the SW1/4 of Section DANIEL E. TRAVER U.S. CURRENCY ONLY.
East a distance of 97.66 left having a delta angle of 30, Township 5 North, Florida Bar No. 0585262 No Personal Checks Ac-
feet to an iron rod; thence 11 degrees, 13 minutes 43 Range 11 West, Jackson GrayRobinson, PA. cepted.
South 86 degrees 38 min- seconds a radius of 904.93 County, Florida. 301 E. Pine Street, Suite Cashier's Checks, Money
utes 03 seconds east a feet; an arc distance along PARCEL XI: 1400 Orders, and Western Un-
distance of 604.22 feet to said right of way of 177.34 A parcel of land located in Post Office Box 3068 ion are the only other alter-
an existing Department of feet to the POINT OF BE- Vernon, Florida, in Section Orlando, Florida natives accepted.
Transportation iron rod on GINNING. 35, Township 3 North, 32802-3068 As published in the Wash-
the Easterly right of way of This parcel located par- Range 15 West, Washing- (407) 843-8880 Telephone ington County News June
State Road No. 167 and tially in the Southwest 14 ton County, Florida, being (407) 244-5690 Facsimile 28, July 5, July 12, July 19,
call this the POINT OF BE- of the Southwest 1/4 of more particularly de- Attorneys for Plaintiff, BLX 2008
GINNING; thence South 33 Section 23, Township 5 scribed as follows: To lo- CAPITAL, LLC, a Delaware
degrees 11 minutes 13 North, Range 10 West and cate the point of beginning Limited Liability Company NOTICE OFAPPLICATION
seconds East along the partially in the Northwest commence at a nail at the As published in the Wash- FOR TAX DEED
Easterly right of way of 1/4 of the Northwest 1/4 of Southeast corner of the ington County News July Noti s hereb
said road a distance of Section 26, Township 5 Northeast Quarter of the 12,19, 2008. thaticThe s ereb ty given,
179.49 feet to the intersec- North, Range 10 West, all Northwest Quarter of said holder of the following cer-
tion of the Easterly right of in the Jackson County, Section 35; thence NOTICE OF APPLICATION tificate, has filed said certif-
way of said road and the Florida. N03001'29"E, 406.32 feet FOR TAX DEED icate for a Tax Deed to be
Northerly right of way of PARCEL XI t o Notice is hereby given, issued thereon. The certifi-
State Road No. 166; Commence at the intersec- a nail at the intersection that Ron Bruner the holder cate number and year of
thence Northeasterly along tion of the West line of West right-of-way of Flor- of the following certificate, issuance, the description
said right of way along a Main Street (U.S. Highway ida Highway 79 and the has filed said certificate for of the property, and the
curve being concave to- 231) and the North line Of North right-of-way of a Tax Deed to be issued names in which it was as-
ward the right having a the NW1/4 of the SW1/4 of Washington Street to the thereon. The certificate sessed are as follows :
delta angel of 05 degrees Section 30, Township 5 point of beginning; thence number and year of issu- CERTIFICATE NO. 1610
27 minutes 54 seconds a North, Range 11 West, N8617'40"W and on the ance, the description of YEAR 01 DESCRIPTION
radius of 1,628.16 feet; an Jackson County, Florida; North right-of-way of said the property, and the OF PROPERTY: Parcel #
Washington Street, 142.05 names in which it was as- 06-0370-001 Lot 14, Block
feet; thence N0356'11 "E sessed are as follows : 370, of Sunny Hills Unit 6,
EXPERIENCE, PAID TRAINING, 198.69 feet to a point on CERTIFICAT E 197 a subdivision according to
the Southerly bank of YEAR OF ISSUANCE 01 the Plat thereof, as re-
FED BENEFITS, VACATIONS. Holmes Creek; thence DESCRIPTION OF PROP- corded in Plat Book 2,
N8627'40"E and on the ERTY:. Parcel # Pages 60 through 67, of
CALL (800)910-9941 TODAY! Southerly bank of said 00-0877-0000 the Public Records of
Holmes Creek, 135.00 feet N 1/2 of NE 1/4 of Section Washington County, Flor-
REF #FL08. to a point on the-West 22, T6wnship 3 North, ida.
right-of-way of said Florida Range 13 West NAME IN WHICH AS-
Highway 79; thence NAME IN WHICH AS- SESSED : Henry Barnehl
REAL ESTATE S01e45'36W and and on SESSED : Gerald Sowell, Said property being in the
the West right-of-way of Barbara Sowell, & Jadonn county of Washington,
said Florida Highway 79, Sowell State of Florida. Unless
55.60 feet to an iron pin; Said property being in the such certificated shall be
North Georgia Mountain thence continue county of Washington, redeemed according to
S0145'26"W and on the State of Florida. Unless the law, the property de-
Properties Visit: www. west right-of-way of said such certificated shall be scribed shall be sold to the
ASD er m, www. Florida Highway 79, redeemed according to highest bidder at the court-
AS over.com,www. 160.24 feet to the point of the law, the property de- house door on August 29,
FallingWatersClub.com, or beginning, scribed shall be sold to the 2008 at 10:00 AM.
You are required to serve a highest bidder at the court- Dated this 13 day of June
www.TranquilityatCartersLake. copy of your written de- house door on August 15, 2008 '
senses, if any, to the Con- 2008 at 10:00 AM. Dated LINDA HAYES COOK
com (800)200-7458. plaint on the attorney for, this 13 day of June 2008. CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
CIENA CAPITAL FUND- LINDA HAYES COOK COURT WASHIINGTON
ING, LLC, f/k/a BLX CAPI- CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COUNTY FLORIDA
LAKE HOMESITES from TAL LLC, Daniel E. Traver, COURT, WASHINGTON BY: J C Rogers, Deputy
Esquire of Gray/Robinson, COUNTY, FLORIDA, BY: J Clerk
$24,900 Clarks Hill Lake on GA/ PA., Post Office Box 3068, C Rogers, Deputy Clerk WARNING:
Orlando, Florida 32802, on WARNING: THERE ARE UNPAID
SC Border. Excellent financing or before 30 days from the THERE ARE UNPAID TAXES ON PROPERTY
available. Call Today! (877)426- first date of publication TAXES ON PROPERTY WHICH YOU OWN OR
availabe. C ll Today! ( 2- and to file the original de- WHICH YOU OWN IN YOU HAVE LEGAL IN-
S4352 tenses with the Clerk of WHICH YOU HAVE LEGAL TEREST THE PROPERTY
2326 4352. this Court either before INTEREST. THE PROP- WILL BE SOLD AT PUBLIC
service on the above attor- ERTY WILL BE SOLD AT AUCTION ON August 29,
ney or immediately there- PUBLIC AUCTION ON Au- 2008 UNLESS THE BACK
131+/- Acres of property in after. If you fail to do so, a
default will be entered
Worth County, GA. Mix of against you for the relief
woods and open land... $2000 demanded in the Com- CLASSIFIED AD
per acre. Owner Financing d this 30 day of June, DEADLINES
Available. Norris Bishop Realty, Dale Rabon Guthrie
As Clerk of the Circuit Deadline for classified ads
LLC (229)890-1186. court Deadline for classified ads
Jackson County, Florida
By: Beverly Hatcher is Monday at 12 Noon for
NEW ARIZONA LAND RUSH! 1 In accordance with the the Wednesday papers and
or 2-1/2 "Football Field" Sized Americans with Disabilities
or 2-1/2 Football Field" Sized Act, if you are a person Thursday at 12 Noon for the
Lots! $0 Down. $0 Interest. with a disability who needs
any accommodation in or-
$159-$208 per month! Money der to participate in Saturday Weekend Edition.
Back Guarantee! (877)466-2104 proceeding, you are enti-
or www.sunsiteslandrush.com.

How about TENNESSEE? For a |
list of available lake & mountain
homes & properties call Lakeside
Realty toll free @ (888)291-5253 .
or visit www.lakesiderealty- T
tn.com.

NC MOUNTAINS 2+ acres with -LC E OV
great view, very private, big iWil Sit h deryloved
trees, waterfalls & large public C&C Bookkeeping and ones. Have experience, Mini Storage in Chipley
Tax Service. Open 5 days references. Cooking, All sizes for rent. We fur-
lake nearby, $49,500 call now a week. 8am to 5pm. Call cleaning, TLC, dependable nish the lock.
(866)789-8535. (850)638-1483 and trustworthy. Very rea- (850)326-2399
(866)789-8535. -sonable rates. 547-4478.

STEEL BUILDINGS '"AIO IEC
Headliners and Vinyl Carpentry, pressure wash- B&M Mower Repair &
BUILDINGS FOR SALE! "BEAT Tops Mobile Unit. I do the ing, lawn care, patio & win- Service. Quality work at a
work at your home or dow re-screening. great fair price. Pickup & Deliv-
NEXTINCREASE!"20x30x12$4900. workplace.Reasonable rates. (850)638-4492 ery Available. Bill or Mary
25x40x14 $7900.30x50x14 $9085. rateson new vinyl tops (850)638-4492
25x40x14 $7900. 30x50x14 $9085 and auto carpeting. FreePip_
35x56x16 $13,200. 40x60x16 estimates. Call anytime, peBiLanco, Inc.
leave message. (850) Specializing in Small Load
$16,900. 50x140x19 $47,600. 638-7351 Sod For Sale on the farm, Delivery, Top Soil, Mush-
8 $37,000. Pioneer since delivered or installed. Cen- room Compost, Rock Ma-
60x100x18 $37,000. Pioneer since tipede and 419 Bermuda. sonry Sand and Cypress
1980...(800)668-5422. West Florida Turf Mulch. Call: 850- 570-3776
(850415-0385. Establishedor806805
1980
Cleaning or Companion Sod Sod Sod Quality you Countertops
A il *n i111 House cleaning, compan- can depend on. Irrigated, Countertops solid surface
!" 1 |ion, certified trained, local weed & pest controlled, kitchen and bathroom
references. Call Centipede and St. Augus- from $39.00 a square foot.
850-373-7476 tion available. 8 miles SW
ADVERTISING NETWORKS OF F ORIDA 83 4of Chipley for easy cus-
______________________ tomer hauling. Call any- Pets
- --HBtime. Billy and Leola Brock
Classified Display Metro Dcily (850) 638-1202; 326-1500 Pet Grooming; all pets,
S breed, 850-956-9982
Life Touch Services
Providing special care for Sewing Machine and Vac-
~~~~_________~~___your loved ones....light For Rent first in Chipley, uum Cleaner Repair, guar-
S housekeeping, compan- Mini Warehouses. If you anteed service on all
Week Of ionship, private sitters, etc. don't have the room, "We makes and models. Free
l e I Call Jeannie: Home(850) Do" Lamar Townsend estimates. Western Auto,
July 14 20, 2008 547-5041, Cell: (850) (850)638-4539, north of 216 N. Waukesha, Bonifay.
l 849-2535 Townsends. 547-3910
--_ _.,__'_____-,._ ,_.___.,________.,__).





Washington County News 0 Saturday, July 12, 2008 8



S 1100 1100 1100 3230 4100 -16110| 11 6170 7100 --
TAXES ARE PAID. TO ington County News June As published n the Wash Garage Sale Saturday Other 1BR Efficiency Apartment For Rent; 2BR/1BA trailer, Spacious 4BR/3BA gor-
MAKE ARRANGEMENTS 21 June 28, July 5 July ington County News July July 12that 1200Brickyard in Chipley Historical dis- Ponce de Leon area, $250. geous home, custom cabi-
FOR PAYMENT OR TO 12, 2008 5,12,2008. Road in Chipley in back Help Wanted-Assisted Lv- trict. $300 month. Call month. 850-259-9113 nets, beautiful wood lami-
RECEIVE FURTHER IN- rain or shine. ing Facility. Several Shifts Kim @ 638-3082. nate & ceramic tile floor-
FORMATION, CONTACT EGAL ADVERTISEMENT rain or shine. available. Call for more in- In Ponce deLeon, one ing. 2,160 sq ft, 2 car gar-
THE CLERK OF COURT LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT EMPLOYMENT formation 850-5354432. APARTMENTS FOR 3BR/2BA MH; one age, beautiful landscaped
IMMEDIATELY AT Attn. a Garage-Sale Sat., July Hl Wanted RENT 2BR/2BA, MH, two yard. $259,900. Call
Ssitoo410 Help Wanted Based on family income 2BR/1BA.MH.Reasonable 850-6381333 or
TAX DEED DEPARTMENT The Washington County 0 12th at 1585 South Blvd, 4130 Employment Other Based on family income 2BR/1BA. MH. Reasonable 850-638-1333 or
O. BOX 647 OR 1293District School Board is Chipley. Baby, girls, Information and must Qualify. rent, quiet park. 850-260-4295.
JACKSON AVE., SUITE accepting Bids for Custo- r OLOR SELLS!' womens-plus clothes, Mystery Shoppers, get Geothermal HVAC. 850-535-2680 or
101, CHIPLEY, FLORIDA dian Services for the G ourSLfLS treadmill $75, crosstrainerr- HILa s i dining Apply at 1370 Old Boni- 850-849-5068.
Washington County Get Your Classified AdANE 7h dbro l anr.ppp to sip Real be p dMbl;5o sren Infl-,124-___
32428, TELEPHONE (850) Win$100, white twin/dlbl i-Westablishments need un- fey Rd. Application must
63 608EX 24. School Program (WCSP) C bunkbed frame $75 and 41 derercover clients to judge be completed at office. Mobile Homes fo ent n
638-6008AMOUNT TO REDEEM located at the A.G. Dozier COLforde I toys 638-0134. Equal Hous- Cottondale on Sapp Road,
FOR July $ 2412.82 IN School Campus in Mari- Call now for details ClerkEarn up to $150. a dayserce. ing Opportunity. 8 miles east of Chipley. 5 Acres with 1/2
U.S. CURRENCY ONLY anna, FL Specifications and be noticed E! ut$50 3BR/2BA and 2BR/2BA cleared
AMOUNT TO REDEEM may be picked up at the 638-0212 I Huge Yardsale Fri, Sat, Help Wanted Town of Call (888)-523-1013. For rent Sleepy Hollow available. Total electric in Bonifay. Hasutilities,
FOR August $ 2,44788 IN WCSP at Dozier 414or u. July-13ds th. House- sto is n Generalof Professional Duplex Apartments (850)258-4868; 209-8847 small pond. $40,000.
S u Y Y (850-482-9181), 4111 547-9414 hold goods ds clothes, Clerk. General office work professional HUD not accepted www.charloscountryliv- Contact R Minchew
U.S. CURRENCY ONLY. South Street, Mariann, FL -- - big mens clothes, misses, 4-5 hours per day, 5 days 2BR/1BA and 3BR/1BA. ing.com @ 281-970-7405.
No Personal Checks Ac- Soutplus sizes, furniture. 3171 per week computer knowl- Full time position Water, garbage, lawn care
Cashier's Chc ks, M County DistrictSchool Hwy 79 Vernon. (Main S) edge a must Quick Books for Youth Pastor to included. Spacious, en- Ponce deLeon Area, 10 Acres w/Pole Barn at
Cashiers Checks Money ard Office a plus. Apply at Town Hall coordinate and direct ergy efficient with private 3BR/2BA Secluded, gar- 3023 Douglas Ferry Rd.
Orders, and Western Un- i(850-638-6222) at 652 1120 Yard Sale at 1444 State in Esto, FL Applications growing youth ministry yard. 850-638-7128. den spot. Convenientto In- aka Hwy 280. Info in box
ion are the only other ater-Third Street, Chipley, FLI, Audie Marsh will no Park Rd., Chipley. Friday & may be picked up beginn- at First UMC of Chipley, terstate.Reference e- on property $125,000
nativescceed.ids will be accepted no longer be responsible for Saturday, July 11 & 12. ing Monday July 7, 2008 FL. For Rent: Ridgewood quired. $525 month. Call 850-547-2709
As published in the Wash- later than 1:00 pm local any debts other than my 7am-until Ending Wednesday July Background'check is re- Apartments, 602 S. Weeks 850-830-7653.
ington County News June time on July 22, 2008, at own as of June 30, 2008. 23,2008 quired. St. Bonifay. Remodeled For Lease
21, June 26, July 5, July the School Board Office, Yard Sale- Sat., July 12th. Drivers Please e-mail resume and NEW OWNERS. 1, 2, Trailer For Rent in 40 Acres Cattle Pasture
12,2008 652 Third Street, Chipley, 4484 Hancock Court, to: 3, Bedrooms. Call Westville/Ponce de Leon Land. 10 Acres Hay/
NOTICE OFPPLICATION FL. Bids will be opened at Sunny Hills. 8:00-2:00. Delivery Drivers umcoc@bellsouth.net 850-557-7732 area. 2BR/1BA, $400 Fenced,/cross fenced/
FOR TAX DEED that time and will be60 Spring cleaning, some fur- Neeorded 85fax63to:0710 LARGE 1BR Apartment month,$400 dep. Call water./Jackson Co.
FOR TAX DEED awarded at the August nature. Needed 850-638-0710450, S $250. Downtown 5473993 850527-3579.


aTaxDeeo7-09"to the Washington Any info call 850-547-4653 BanflAve 888-227-0663. wr garbag pets or HUD. de & pa e es
thereon. The certificate nituue.y $4rc School --- 850,638-3306. DoSouthnof Che y Hig hway
number and year of issu-e Board meeting. Mail or br- Missing 2008 Yamaha Delivering Auto Trader orlmailto:1285 Jacks 77, Gainer Rd., Houstonon

ance, the description of Chipley, FL. The School HU Rd., Beadie Rd., Duncan
the property, and the o a sealrved enve- golf cart from Dogwood Yard Sale; Saturday July von Representa- on Rent Community Rd., Buddy
nms i hc t was as- acent or reject any or all ths n deday oniy e__f ge aro cRd tye are watte
S e follow ilope marked "Sealed Bid Lakes Golf Course, white 12th. 8:00am-Until. 907 W. oChi r cell eare h ares o




thereoF to eor iat #07-09" to tpublishe Wash-ington Any info call 850-5474653 888-227-0663. pet a s HU w ooded & pasture. 3 miles
ok 2 e cro a oCounty District School General P m f850t638-t3306 0 South of Chipley. Highwayn.- es
EAnc 05 PR OP C nty News July' HopeF1.334-726-0876or Caryville, Ponce de 1 X R 7110- eDuncan


the description # Chiple on. Ask about 610 Business/ East of Chipley Mcon- 710 o al Milton Peel for information
02-0217-0005the property, and the Board reserves the right to se -Stove, dishwasher, 7130 ondose 850-638-1858
sessedar as2foh da orf reJectty 2r alo tes niefe Bonifay, C 1imsiESRTATE FOR NMEirdn71 (4) e0 a cr f r(cen.

L ot 5, Block 217, of Sunny Notice of Proposed Dwayn e Atkins lle, 20 BRemodach leRentals l d e nacs es ant c -.
YEAR E 0 e Aps pbisdn the Wash ppbick tomatoes. Fr New Weausau, Vernon, R8o R T ount 17100 -MeHormese n g or
Els CIT IOa EisonF o e PROP egu arbl eing 7110eB31e0a-chlmnis eo. 850--Low down payment, lownts r

according to the Pla ington County News July Hope, F. 334726-0876 or Caryville, Ponce de ftuse Retaaps porches. Watey 5 mr, garbage 71 Home ts
ERTY: Pof, as recorded in Plat You are hereby notified thearcel 31 Leon20. Ask about 6100 Busness/ East of Chey Mcon 7120 Commercal Mton50 Roommate Wanted and Peel foawnr infrcare included. 7170mation
Lot, Block 217, of Sunny Notice of Proposed -i 10- A rds a78sAstntnd Aamn $0e 0
according to the Pat 3110 Appliances tGeneral 0130e- Condr/ea ownhese fans. Front and back 7150 L ots and Acreaoe
thereof, as recorded in Plat You are hereby notified the 3120 Arts & Crafts 3210 50- RoommateeWanie a Rose Re n dl laRwA crcar cude 7170-1200 WatererontMi O nLy 5-8
Book 2, Pages 28 through Board of County Commis- 3130 Auctions Komatsu D21P Babysitter, Part-time, de- 6160 Rooms for Rent Pets negotiable. Will ac- 71 o Investment
37, of the Public Records stones of Washington 3140 -wBaby Items PropertyonRAMombieiHomeupsarDit-EOE Pase, he-p610-Re$595/manedavnd labc e ended.
37,of Washington County, County, Florida, will on the 3150 -Building Supplies Late-model Bulldozer LPG, pendable for 11 month 6170- Mobile Home/Lot cept Section 8. Applica- Out-o-Town3BR Mobile Home, par
Florida. Washington24 County, County, Florih day of July 2008 at 3160 Business 6-way blade 4 cylinder old. Your house or mine 6180 Out-of-Town Rentals tion required. SMOKE ReaEstate tall remodeled.Park for salebile
Florida. 24th day of July 2008 at Equipment diesel, low hours, Preferably Bonifay City 6190- Tmeshare Rentals FREE ENVIRONMENT. 7200- Timeshare Home Park for sale 10
NAME IN WHICH AS- 5:00 p.m., or as soon 3170 Collectibles powershift, excellent relia- limits, will go farther. Call 6200 Vacation Rentals $695/mo. Plus $695 de- spaces, 7 rentals. Good in-
SESSED : James C. Mon- thereafter as possible, at 3180 Computers ble machine. First $12,500. 850-388-6835 or -ufSfiSSe posit. 850-638-4228. F come. 850-535-2680 or
roe & Alma I. Monroe its regular meeting place 3190 Electronics Call 828-719-9079 or 850-844-0616. 6 8 I r eR in C pe. r g By.r 850-849-5068.
Said property being in the of 1331 South Boulevard, 3200 Firewood 828 297 6801. General 3BR/2BA in Chipley arge
county of Washington, Chipley, Florida consider 3210 Free Pass it On 828-2976801.General S 00 rooms, spacious yard. 3BR/2BA Mobile home,
State of Florida. Unless the adoption of the follow- 3220 Furniture Lawn service included. 426 2nd St., Chipley. newly carpeted on 2 acres
such certificated shall be Ig proposed ordinance: 3230- Garage/Yard Sales Drillers Assistant Wanted Ejutie Office space $800 month. Call Kim @ 2/3BR, 2BA like brand w/stream, 200ft. road
redeem ed saccord ing t o p3240 -,Guns Must be able to travel & for lease on Brickyard 1 638-3082. new, beautiful lot w/pond. frontage. $50,000 OBO.
the law, the property de AN ORDINANCE OF325- Good Things toEat 00 have valid FL. Drivers Li- Rd.Great location I 3BR/1B 1200 sq. ft. 3 acres. Only Call 850-482-8795.
scribed shall be sold to the WASHINGTON COUNTY 3270 Jewelry/Clothingbn e threlthardoo les A5 Brick ouse,76 45 m57ine6. to Panama Citys o. -
highest bidder at the court- FLORIDA; DEMONSTRAT3280- Machinery Assemble Fishing lures benefits. EOE Pl ease call High School. 38-7700 I $595/mo., available end of Beach. Owner may fi- For Sale Bon prfita-
house door on August 29, ING THE CONCERN OF Equipment from the comfort of your 800487-9665. w .chipleyofficefor June.850-638-1918 or nance, partial trade for ble 22 unit, quiet mobile
2008 at 10:00 AM. THE COUNTY FOR THE 3290 '- Medical Equipment own home. Easy Assembly Healthcare lease.co 850-63-4478.R/2BA, boat or give cash back. home park, under pecan
Dated this 13 day of June, YOUTH OF OUR COMMU- 3300 Miscellaneous Work! send $5.00 with a Healthcare L-- -- A 3BR/2BA large den, $159,900 OBO. (314) trees, prime location.
2008 NITIES, AND SUPPORT- 3310 Musical Instruments S.A.S.E.: The Advantage ARNP Needed for local Executive Office Space kitchen, CH/A. First, last & 346-3303. Owner financing,
LINDA HAYES COOK ING THE EFFORTS OF 3320 Plants & Shrubs/ 115 Banks Street, Troy, AL Medical Practice. Mon- forrent downtown Chipley. deposit. $800 month. $550,000., 850-699-3599
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT THE WASHINGTON 3330 Restaurant/Hotel 36081 (no personal day thru Friday. If inter- 638-1918 Smoke free, no pets. For Sale By Owner
COURT, WASHINGTON COUNTY SCHOOL 3340 Sporting Goods checks) tested, please send re- 850-258-2086. 2BR/2BA house on 20 ac-
COUNTY, FLORIDA, BY: J BOARD, THE WASHING- 3350 Tickets (Buy & Sell) sume to: ARNP, PO. Office space for lease, res in Northern Hol mes
C Rogers, Deputy Clerk TON COUNTY SHERIFF'S p Catfish Box 947, Chipley, FL. 1240 S Blvd (Corner of Newly h Remodeled County. Central AC/H eat
WARNING:THERE ARE DEPARTMENT, THE TEEN You catch catfish, $1.50 For more information, SBlvd/7th St), Chipley, w/horsebarn arena and 1BR/1BA apartm gaage wth
UNPAID TAXES ON PROP- COURT DIRECTOR, AND pound. Gilbert Catfish please call $800/mo, 1000 sq ft., 3 w/hopasture located on Peanut above Great for in-laws
"ERTY WHICH YOU OWN THE DEPARTMENT OF | 3100 Pond, located @ 2854 850-638-1230. offices, 1 reception, 1 p o ca t on0 a ut above. Great for ntaws
OR YOUEST. THAVE PROPERTY ESTABLISIN- JUVE HING A Wanted To Buy antiques, Highview Circle, Chipley, bath, kitchen, parking 850Roa 573$8007164. gues850-547-4061
ORYUSH. THAENLEGA INR JUVENLEJUSTICEABYeRad $800/mo CAll guestircenta
EST PHIlectibles, gold, silver, Florida. Phone:Healthcare lot, hardwood firs. 850-737164. 850-547-4061.AUTOMOTVE M INE
WILL BE SOLD AT PUBLIC METHOD BY WHICH THE colle l es ,t v 850- 638-8633. 407-616-6890. Nice clean Houses, Apart- Homes for SaleTo be REE O
AUCTION ON August 29, YOUTH OF OUR COUNTY dinnerware, collections, ______c___n6 gSouthern Health 4 __nts Mobi le homes for Homes for Sale To be
2008 UNLESS THE BACK MAY, AVOID CRIMINAL paintings, call A Schmidt Partner's Inc. is currently ent bi homes
TAXES ARE PAID. TO PROSECUTION FOR Ml- 850-638-7304 Drummer Wanted!!! We accepting applications for rent. 4BRBA brick home ti Bonifay Next to 1s. Bap- 8110 ars
MAKE ARRANGEMENTS NOR INFRACTIONS. play Western swing and reliable AAs and CNA's e 850 -5475085 hu- vehicles
R AY MENTO N e old country music. Play for in the Bonifay area for si l io 850-547-2531 78, 3BR/2BA, lovely. Worth 8130 Trucks

THE CLERK OF COURT the Board f County Con- cians. 850-638-8823 or 866-4452380 for more in- Chipley, convenient loca age. $750 per month $750 Ranch, 3BR/2BA, with 8170 Auto Parts
IMMEDIATELY AT Attn. missioners Office at the INTEL PENTIUM 4: Ex- 850-638-1035. formation n, no pets. security, lyr lease. CH/A. $38,400, & Accessories
TAX DEED DEPARTMENT, above address or at the tremely fast!! Windows XP ,850-638-4640. 561-716-3029 or Marianna; 2763 Jefferson, 8210- Boats
P.O. BOX 647 OR 1293 Washington County Board Professional, Office XRFORSALE; Nanny Wanted full-time, 561-706-3996. 2BR/1BA, neat. $14,600. 8220- Persona Watercraft
JACKSON AVE., SUITE Finance Office 1293 Jack- CD Burner/DVD, One Gig HAIR CUTS. Chipley area. Must have Graceville; 5397 Brown 8230 Sailboats
101, CHIPLEY FLORIDA son Avenue, Chipley, Fo- RAM, One year anti-virus Mon-Sat. Late appoint- references. Please call Publishers St., 3BR/2BA beautiful 8240 Boat & Marine
32428, TELEPHONE (850) ida 32428. Any interest subscription included. First ments available at Calina's 850-596-0245.41 farm home, hardwood Supplies
638-6008 EXT224. parties may appear at the $189 gets complete on 5th St., behind Buzz t i floors, solid wood inside & 8310- Aircrat/Aviateion
AMOUNT TO REDEEM meeting and be heard with set-up. 850-547-5892. Leonard. Call outside. Would cost 8320 ATV/Cft Road Vehicles
8 6 17All real estate advertising in $100,000 to build. Will sell 8330 Camp T ers
tFOR July $ 1,865.13 IN respect to the ordinance. 0638- this newspaper is subject to for $38,400.
U.S. CURRENCY ONLY UNTREt'I the Fair Housing Act which Others in Vernon,
AMOUNT TO REDEEM Given by Order of Said GE Side by Side Refriger- makes it Illegal to advertise Chatahoochee, C.
FOR August $1,892.34 IN Board this 22nd day of 3220 ator White 19.7 cu. ft. ni "any preference, limitation or ch Dta Ah P.r.
U.S. CURRENCY ONLY May, 2008. good condition $250, girls discrimination based on Beach, Dothan, Ashford. 8110
No Personal ChecksAc- B&B Furniture 1342 North Huffy 26" bike very good race, color, religion, sex, Price includes home &
cepted. Washington County RR Avenue, Chipley. We condition $40, Lowrance handicap, familial status or moving to your lot. 95 Crown Vic Ld X Power
Orders, and Western Un- sioners ion, to make any such pref- 1960. Over 13,000 Homes leather, am w/ tape
ionarsethedonlyte rater- LSndaRH. Coo k, Clerk 850-415-68 A for never usedIeso | qu75. Casall
O s ar t eo tern ind850-4 5 7- 1ornever used $75. C Are ou an energetic and dependable erence, limitation or dis- Bought-Sold-Moved. Call player, automatic, NC, ex-
natives accepted By: Dianna Glasgow Pasco or Carolyn 8506380560.ecancrimination" Familial status 85082-1002 Ask for Wil tra clean. 157,000/miles,
s e Wash- Diann Glasgoweputy worker? If so, you qualify for an include childrenunderthe 1002ll. Ask f34or 3495.850-638-0773
Clerk Furniture & Mattrepportunity t launch your career ith a or legal custodians, preg- 1986' Mustang GT-5.0,
____ _____________Low, low, low overheadportunty tChre ao reer nant women and people se- SENIOR CITIZEN needs motor work, straight
guarantees low, low, low 3310 growing company! You must be willing curing custody of children LIQUIDATING body, rollerrockers, crane
prices. P&S Discount Fur-1IED 1undere18. cam, 373 gears, AOd
Si nitureChipl ey. (Since Music lessons, piano, to travel and have valid ID and SS card.. Due to health, hf ca, s 7- OBO. Call
1120 1120 1973) 850-638-4311 bass, guitar, flute, violin, Come by, introduceyourself and fillout This newspaper will not 1098 Orange Hill Road, 850-638-7756
mandolin, banjo, drums; knowingly accept any adver- Chipley, Florida. --
wanted used instruments, an application. (EOE) tising for real estate which is C
Collect ables, in violation of the law. Our 3BR/2BA, jacuzzi, tile & 1998 Honda Civic 4 DR;
L col ebay sales. readers are hereby informed hardwood floor, above 118,400 miles; needs
33 Covington Music We offer great benefits to qualifying that all dwellings advertised ground pool, barn w/3 some work; clean interior;
H al/ i acai tr Iv I no D y 850-638-5050 c in this newspaper are availa- storage areas, green- $3,500. Call 547-3391 for
V O Y R FriendsoftheL 850-557-1918. employees such as 401k, group medical ble on a equal opportunity house, boat stall, car- an appointment.
SummerFestial Iand dentalnsu nce/tock basis. To complain of dis- port w/storage area.
SI t Summer Festival and dental insurance, employee stock cimination call H toll-ee Chainlink dog area, 6 .
eto Se Lrun O in At the Bonifay Library purchase, vacation, life and LTD at 1-800-669-9777. Thea peca trees 9rap
purcrkingasf taseIe, Lithe toll-free number for the hear- pecan trees, grape
Sparking lot in frontofthe3320 insurance, uniforms andperdiem. ing. impaired is orchard..88 Acre. Ap 8120
eWr AemDixon Sat 1 urm 1-800-927-9275. praised $173,000, OBO. 2003 Ford Expedition,
ernonex On Satuday Leola Brock Nurseries Four Mobile Homes Eddie Bauer edition,
July19, 8:00 LLC Plants, trees andd w/leases on leather, CD changer,
Hunter Park- July 12 aI over. shrubs. Landscape design, and approF b m...... prime prope rty. owner 3rd row seat, rear
-Sunny Hills I* Bi Treasure Sale landscape contracting, irri- Ct c't ct .U $50,000 + each, d- bucket seats, excellent
2*Bake Sale n nation systems. 1788 ,,kit9en pending on acreage. condition, 123K miles.
ile y 2*Refeshments White Road, Bonifay, FL Or, will sell all 32 acres Blue w/beige trim. $10,700
-- *Special Guests. |32425 (Washington We are now hiring or wilel all3 acre Blu O Bg tr im5. $107 0
LUNCH Blue Lake Park-August 9 Cake auction12:00 I County) (850)638-1202; W i for $10,000 an acre for (850)527-3851
P WrE E I a pforaaprov, bySr M.CkAeb,.forSuntdfScNoon- 326-1500 -WeldersI5 quick sale.
_______-Mechanics Roommate(s) Needed 2007 Gulfstream 85
A C DriverisingSaes Universityofoi dtu- Independent Motor 8 30
-Class A C DL Tives-Avereiser of Forida Home. 92 Ford PU, new paint
t lUdent (female) looking for w/super slide. 1500 job, new tires, one owner,
-Equipment Operators l lroommate(s). Brand miles. Purchased 9/07 AC, automatic, P.S.
-Construction Crew Laborers new Apt. Complex for $149,000. will sell for $4,000. OBO, serviced
*lI H ; .fn -- "_ wwwou trgawization struiownca om w/walk-in closets, Ig. Home Phone: 850 547 2176


1_9 9- Move-in fees _a:Fllrrasmssonan




I Washington County News po0i Fin out how at ao 850-596-4545


of advertising products. Your success in this role orates
A SAVINGS OF $32.01 OFF THE REGULAR PRICE could set you up to pursue a variety of career paths I Bonifay- 3BR $550. 2BR, *30 year loan repay-
in our organization or throughout our parent com- I $425. Hud approved, In ment 8140
20 Words 8 Weeks One LOW Price! pany, Freedom Communications, Inc. (FCI), one of quiet Mobile Home Park. *100% financing
20 Words 8 Weeks One LOW Pricethe nation's largest privately owned media compa- 547-4234 *Assistance with down 1998 Plymouth Grand
To place your ad, call nies. For Rent 3BR/BA Modpayment, up to Voyager (Expresso 3.3 i-
A 6 0 5 Send resume to nbarefield@chipleypaper.com lar Home on approximately $io, gentlyy tuned; clean
850 638 850 547 9414 or pick up an application at 3 acres locatd in Leisure (If you quality, WAC, gently tuned; clean.
5 -5 -nkes., 20 minutes North Income level within $3,500. Call 547-3391 for
of Lynn Haven and 20 min- limits) an appointment.
Washington County News MsiNQToN 0o ry N utes Southof Chipley. CindyWatkins,
a 1364 N. Railroad Avenue, Chipley, Florida Call cell, 850-585-3824
Holm es County Tim es-Advertiser 1364 cesstolake & pool, suita- or home 8160850-585-3824
-eeklyAdvertiser For more information or to apply online, vi sit ble for horses. Must pass or home,
For more information or to apply online, visit background and credit 850-547-4662. For Sale: 2008 Yamaha
W eekly Advertiser ww.freedom.com see "Careers" I check. $750/mo plus $300 for more information or YFZ-450 only 8 tanks gas,
S2 wos. e l ao o no d deposit Call to sign up. Space is lim- very fast. $6,500. Call
*Up to 20 words. Personal ads only, no dealers. Equal Opportunity Employer Drug-free Workplace 5do625-7853. ited so register today. 850-768-1050
------------------------------------------------------------------- ---- -- -- -- -- - ----- 850-625-7853.tesorgtrtda. 807-15


S" I*I




University of Florida Home Page
© 2004 - 2010 University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries.
All rights reserved.

Acceptable Use, Copyright, and Disclaimer Statement
Last updated October 10, 2010 - Version 2.9.9 - mvs