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Buzz Leonard
annex draws quick
approval
Kids enjoyed balloons
and cotton candy during
the Buzz Leonard Grand
Opening. Although every-
one knew rain was expect-
ed at some point Saturday,
the ribbon cutting that
welcomed Buzz Leonard
Used Car Annex to Chipley
went off as scheduled.
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One killed in local
accident
Alsenior Batson of Mari-
anna was killed in a car
accident on Wednesday.
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New bank opening in Chipley


JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afelsberg@chipleypaper.com
CHIPLEY One South Bank is
opening in Chipley.
Chief Executive Officer and
President Kim Davis Wilson was
on hand at Washington County
Chamber of Commerce's "Third
Thursday" breakfast to discuss the
bank.
Wilson told Chamber members
that the new bank has raised more
than $6 million in capital, much


of it. locally, through a stock offer-
ing. The bank will be capitalized at
$7.5 million.
"The state charter should be
approved on July 28," Wilson said,
with the opening planned for late
October pending meeting all fed-
eral requirements.
f The bank has a totally local
board of directors and Wilson said
their business model would be that
of a local community bank.
The Chipley operation is inde-
pendent and not part of a chain,
Wilson said.


Board members are Dr. Gabriel
E. Berry, Gary E Clark, D. Ronald
Davis, Alfred D. Guettler, Jenee
Trawick Floyd, CPA, Andrew S.
Fleener, EC. "Butch" Wiggins and
Kim Davis Wilson.
Staff includes Andy Fleener,
executive vice president and se-
nior lender (14 years banking
experience in the Washington
County market); Michele Pat-
terson, CPA, chief financial offi-
cer (10 years as FDIC examiner,
seven years as regional bank au-
ditor, for a total 17 years bank-


Cecilia / tian vvriter


Posters for Britney Wright are on display throughout the area.


Search for Britney

Wright disappeared one year ago in Washington County


CECILIA SPEARS
Staff Writer
ccspears@yahoo.com
VERNON "It's been one year
since Britney's been gone," said
Phyllis Coatney, Wright's grand-
mother and guardian. "Her birth-
day has come and gone, we've had
to watch so many holidays go by
without her."
Britney Wright was last seen
July 22, 2007, at around 11:30
p.m. near her home in Washington
County.
As indicated from a recent
press release from the Washing-
ton County Sheriff's Department,
none of her belongings were tak-
en from her home; like clothing,
identification, cell phone and
purse.
"She was such a wonderful girl
and so very responsible," Coatney
said, her voice cracking. "She was


always around family members
and could never be out of contact
with anyone for more than two
hours."
All across Washington Coun-
ty, posters are still displayed
about Wright's disappearance
and contact information for her
whereabouts.
One such
business is the
Overkill Caf6
in Vernon,
owned and op-
erated by Lou-
ie Fromm, who
also helped the
sheriff's de-
partment when
Britney the investiga-
Wright tion first came
about.
"Yeah, they came up here with
a poster to put up, but I knew they
needed something better than


that for a clearer image of her,"
said Fromm. "So, I took the photo
from her driver's license and blew
it up."
He said that he didn't know
her, but his wife, Heather, knew
her father.
"Man, that kid was lucky to
have such a caring grandparent,"
he said. "From what I heard she
turned out to be a really good kid
and real smart."
Louie Fromm also said there
were rumors circulating about her
disappearance. "None of them are
good, but right now, it's just not
looking good," he said.
"Don't get me wrong, I've still
got her poster up because you nev-
er know who might be happening
by."
Heather Fromm said, "I didn't
know her personally, but I do know
See MISSING, page 3


ing experience); Janice George,
administrative officer (17 years
banking experience) and Kim
Wilson president/CEO and
chairman of the board (18 years
banking experience).
The temporary office is in Wash-
ington Square on State 77 next to
Curves, and plans are to build a
new 5,000-square-feet office near
that location.
The bank is able to offer all
types of loans and can consult
on all aspects of banking, Wilson
said.


Strickland

attacked

in office

at Vernon

JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afelsberg@chipleypaper.com
VERNON Washington Coun-
ty District 1 Commissioner Donnie
Ray Strickland keeps an office in
the new Vernon City Hall to help
constituents. He never expected
one to attack him, but that's what
happened Tuesday morning.
"I never would have thought
anything like that would happen
at the City Hall," said a shaken
Strickland Tuesday afternoon.
The Washington County Sheriff's
Office charged Horace Dewayne
Anderson, 52, with aggravated as-
sault with a deadly weapon, Tues-
day afternoon,
after Anderson
was captured
on video swing-
ing and jab-
bing his cane
at Strickland in
his office.
Strickland
said he had
an altercation
with Anderson Horace
about three Dewayne
months ago, Anderson
but Tuesday's
action was, to
put it mildly, a surprise to him.
"I never had anybody swing a
club at me," Strickland said. An-
derson uses a cane because of an
artificial leg.
Based on the video and Strick-
land's testimony Anderson came
to Strickland's office just after 8
a.m. "and started raising sand,"
Strickland said. Anderson swung
his cane at Strickland, who blocked
the attack with his arm as his as-
sailant backed him into a corner
jabbing at him with his cane.
"It's a good thing it wasn't an-
other six inches longer or he would
have gotten me," Strickland said.
Strickland tried to reach for
his phone but he said Anderson
Knocked it out of his hand. The
entire incident took 32 seconds ac-
cording to the video, with Ander-
son shouting "I'm gonna get you!"
as he left.
Law enforcement arrived just
after 11 a.m. because deputies
were tied up in court, Strickland
said, and after checking the video
and interviewing Strickland, found

See STRICKLAND, page 3


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Moss Racing debuts


Randy Moss, NFL All
Pro wide receiver with the
New England Patriots, will
make his debut as a
NASCAR team owner on
July 19 in the Built Ford
Tough 225 at Kentucky
Speedway. Moss has pur-
chased a 50-percent stake
in the NASCAR Craftsman
Truck Series team owned
by long-time series partici-
pant David Dollar. Dollar's
team, known as Morgan-
Dollar Motorsports, will
be renamed Randy Moss
Motorsports effective
immediately.
"We looked at a lot of
different options and we've
decided to align with
David Dollar's team rather
than build an operation
from scratch," Moss said.
"He has an existing team
with a state-of-the-art
shop, all the parts and
pieces it takes to do this
and do it well, and some of
the best people in the
Craftsman Truck Series


Driver: Michael McDowell
Owner: Rob Kauffman
Points: 1,416
Points out of 34th: 6
Points ahead of 36th: 13
Place Owner
33 Teresa Earnhardt
34 Roger Penske
35 Rob Kauffman
36 Joe Custer
37 Dietrich Masteschiltz
38 Jeffery Moorad


garage area. The team has
contended for champi-
onships in the past and has
won a lot of races. We real-
ly believe that we'll come
out of the gate competitive
with a chance to win."
As Morgan-Dollar
Motorsports, the team has
won 13 races with drivers
Dennis Setzer, Bobby
Labonte, and Clint
Bowyer. With Setzer at the
wheel, the team finished
second in the series stand-
ings from 2003 through
2005.
The team has entered
each race in 2008 with
drivers A.J. Allmendinger,
Aric Almirola, Landon
Cassill, Erin Crocker,
Timothy Peters, Regan
Smith and Scott Speed.
The team has three top-ten
finishes so far in 2008.
Speed scored a tenth-
place finish at Martinsville
while Cassill has finishes
of ninth at Charlotte and
third at Milwaukee.


Michael McDowell
Driver Points
Regan Smith 1,497
Sam Hornish, Jr. 1,422
Michael McDowell 1,416
Scott Riggs 1,403
A.J. Allmendinger 1,294
J.J. Yeley 1,256


The mighty man of Mobile


By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazette.com
Mobile, Ala., native Rick Crawford is a driven man.
As a racer who started out on area tracks such as Mobile
Raceway, Five Flags Speedway, and others he has now climbed
the ranks to where he and fellow Craftsman Truck Series driv-
er Jack Sprague share the mark for most career starts.
But all Crawford wants to do is run hard and win.
"I like to win and I like to be competi-
tive," said Crawford, who is currently fifth
in the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series
standings heading into tonight's race at
Kentucky Speedway and 74 points behind
current points leader Ron Hornaday Jr. "I
have a pretty hard drive for competing and 01)
racing. I'm not one of those that rides
around, you know, and say and write a
book about where I raced.
"I want to race hard andl want to give
my sponsors what they're paying for. I
want to give my owner what he's proud of,
his team, and what he deserves and I want
to give the fans what they pay to see."
While Crawford is enjoying the racing
portion of his career, he is also a business-
man who is planning for his future.
One particular venture he is looking at is
reopening Montgomery Speedway, which has
most recently served as a parking lot for Hyundai
cars produced at the local factory.
"I am interested in buying the Montgomery Speed- a'. as
you know, and make it into a racing complex, and give e% ern -
body in the southeast a nice short track to race at. There areset -
eral venues there at that particular property.
"I am in a city conference on Thursday and I feel like there
might be some opposition there. I hope my reputation and my
vision for having a race track back alive in Montgomery comes
true, but if there is an opposition there I want to be a friendly
neighbor and a good neighbor."
So what does being a good neighbor mean?
"If there is any opposition there then they
can leave the race track closed," said
Crawford, who happens to be the 1989
Snowball Derby Champion.
This Saturday in Sparta. KN Craw lord
will look to derail record-breaking efforts
of another former Snow ball Derb% par-
ticipant, Kyle Busch.
Busch is a win a%\a N thJis
Saturday from making
NASCAR history as the
first driver to win a
race in all '.
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A win in the Built Ford Tough 225 would complete the mile-
stone following last weekend's sweep at Chicagoland of the
Sprint Cup and Nationwide Series events.
Crawford would just like to keep up with Busch, who is
expected to drive as his alter ego "Rowdy."
"I would just like to catch him," quipped Crawford. "It's
been fun racing against Kyle.
"I don't think he has hit me yet, so it's been fun racing
against Kyle. And I watch him on the other Saturday and
Sunday shows and I think that a lot of the Nationwide drivers
and Cup drivers would probably like for him to come back
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Washington County News Saturday, July 19, 2008 3


Sheriff's forum


Substance abuse chief topic at forum at Ag Center


JAY FELSBERG 0 Welch s
Managing Editor must be held
afelsberg@chipleypaper.com their actions, ai
forefront of dea
CHIPLEY The seven age drinking. H
Washington County Sheriff's Teen Court for:
candidates participated in a olations where
forum Thursday night at the offenders.
Ag Center. Panhandle Drug Halley s;
and Alcohol Abuse Prevention cerned abou
Coalition, Inc. sponsored the youthful offer
forum. arrests are no
sary. He urged
Incumbent Sheriff Bobby involved when
Haddock (Democrat) and chal- lem, said to giv
lengers Virginia Ruschmeier and a chance tc
(Democrat), Michael Walker correct theirbe
(Republican), Rick Warden (No safety was alwa:
Party Affiliation), Chris Welch a violation.
(Democrat), Greg Hutching 0 Warden
(Republican) and Gene Halley ple go through
(Democrat) answered six ques- phase and that
tions on a variety of substance should be trez
abuse-related topics. There should
young people
The first question dealt with people who kr
law enforcement as a model for and who fought
today's youth. 0 Ruschme
Hutching said that the young offender
department is a role model and home the first
must be held to a higher stan- made aware of
dard. He said there would be hol can cause.
specific policies and procedures spond to those
in place to deal with wrongdo- 0 Hutching
ing by the staff and disciplinary lem should be
procedures. case-by-case ba
Halley said he expected young people
officers to follow all policies at of alcohol. "Ma
work, in front of the public and these children
in their vehicles. He said he ing a mistake a
would have random drug test- sense."
ing among other policies and 0 Haddoc
said that officers needed to be should use dis
model citizens on and off duty. exercise account
Welch said the staff was ing to the parent
a direct reflection of the sheriff time offenders
and the department. He noted Teen Court, an
that a cop in a small county "re- child understar
ally doesn't have a private life," tions of his acti
and that "everyone knows you." 0 Walker
He also said that, "there are not countability a
that many that youth can turn to there are prog
for role models." help kids and
Haddock said the depart- stand the conse
ment had a responsibility to hol use. "Get ir
youth and the community. He happens."
said that polices are in place
in the employees' manual and A Departn
the department would investi- survey shows 1
gate wrongdoing and violations County youth I
of policies "on a case-by-case percentage of
basis." Haddock said he has the state that t
dismissed officers for violating "cool."
policy. Halley
Ruschmeier said that offi- Working Again
cers must be held to a high level excellent progro
of professional standards, "and support to schc
set an example to everybody in speakers. "Unt
the community." not kill they wil
Warden said that profes- 0 Walker
sional conduct, integrity and speakers into
honesty were "the minimal about the dan
standards of those who choose use and that tt
this life." He said that training to work closely
in policies is essential, as is dis- department. I
cipline. Violations should be more likely to li
handled quickly. affected by tob;
Walker said professional 0 Welch ur
conduct "starts with me as sher- other agencies
iff as an example." He said that hooked on tob
officers must both enforce and glamorize smo
live the laws, "and we have got ple, officers sh
to live the same way we treat the in public on du
community. Warden s
been "cool" si
The second question James Dean.
dealt with handling underage should take re
drinking, go where you



MISSING
Continued from page 1


one thing for certain, she was a very beauti-
ful girl."

Candlelight vigil scheduled
Coatney said that she hasn't forgotten, nor
has she given up on finding her granddaugh-
ter. "We've decided to hold a candle-light
vigil for Brittney this Tuesday, July 22, from
7 p.m. to 10 p.m.," Coatney said. 'All of her
friends and family are going to be there."
The vigil is a sign of remembrance and a
reminder that the light of hope still hasn't
gone out for this family.

Investigation continues
Investigation by the Washington County's
Sheriff's Department is still underway.
"Our investigators have worked this case
non-stop since Britney's disappearance,"
Sheriff Bobby Haddock said in the latest


aid that people
accountable for
id this was at the
aling with under-
te recommended
misdemeanor vi-
their peers judge

aid he was con-
ut stigmatizing
riders and that
ot always neces-
getting parents
there is a prob-
e a young person
understand and
behavior, and that
ys first priority in

said young peo-
an experimental
young offenders
ated differently.
be programs so
can "listen to
now the dangers
t back."
eier said that a
r should be taken
offense and be
the effects alco-
"We should re-
who seek help."
g said the prob-
e handled on a
asis and educate
on the dangers
ike sure we treat
as children mak-
nd use common

k said officers
creation but also
stability, includ-
its. He said first-
s should go to
d make sure the
ids the ramifica-
ons.
also urged ac-
nd noted that
rams in place to
parents under-
;quences of alco-
involved before it

nent of Health
that Washington
have the highest
respondents in
think smoking is

said Students
ist Tobacco is an
am that provides
)ols, as-are guest
il they decide it's
M not stop."
urged bringing
school to talk
gers of tobacco
he schools need
with the sheriff's
Kids would be
isten to someone
acco use.
urged getting with
s to help kids
acco, and not to
king. For exam-
ould not smoke
ty.
said smoking has
nce the days of
The department
responsibility and
ang people are,


including classrooms, assem-
blies and forums and present
programs.
Hutching noted that the
main responsibility of the sher-
iff's department was to enforce
the law, but also to serve as a
role model to the community.
He said he was not sure the de-
partment should take the lead
here but to get with other pro-
grams already in the county.
Haddock noted that "mil-
lions and millions have spent na-
tionwide and it has not changed
perception... the change has
come within a youngster." Had-
dock urged partnering with
other organizations and that
DARE has an anti-tobacco
component.
Ruschmeier urged sup-
port of tobacco prevention pro-
grams and to share information
through an expanded DARE
program.

Should there be an increase
in substance-free programs
to occupy the time of young
people?
Hutching said that school
resource officers should be uti-
lized in the summer to contact
at-risk students. He also sug-
gested a summer camp program
with SROs and a mentoring
program.
Walker urged getting
more involved and described a
voluntary Sunday evening bas-
ketball program he did as an
SRO." Get involved get out
there and do it."
Welch said to get SROs
more involved with kids' lives,
including starting new clubs
that would help the community.
"Give kids something to do to
keep them out of trouble."
Haddock said that as a
small department WCSO could
not assume a primary role. He
said the department has part-
nered with several other orga-
nizations for youth activities, as
well as restarting the Explorers
post.
Ruschmeier urged more
mentoring, as well as camping
and fishing programs and ex-
panding the Explorer program.
She also urged participation in
the YMCA, "So they can fill
their time doing something
constructive with they lives."
Halley urged participa-
tion in sports-oriented activi-
ties, and praised the T.J. Roul-
hac Center for sponsoring a
wide variety of after school
activities. He also urged par-
ticipating in Boys and Girls
Club and YMCA, and for the
Key Club to mentor at other
schools.
Warden also urged ex-
pansion of the Explorer pro-
gram and to use the Explor-
ers to connect with youth with
law enforcement activities. He
urged support for a scholarship
program so seniors would have
a vested interest in education.

The last two questions ap-
pear with answers on video at
www.chipleypaper.com.


press release. "We are all personally vest-
ed in this case and nothing would bring us
more joy than to bring Britney home to her
family."
Wright is approximately five feet tall, with
brown eyes and hair. She was last seen wear-
ing a T-shirt and pajama shorts. She also has
family near Ozark, Ala.
Crimestoppers is offering a reward up
to $1,000 just for information regarding the
whereabouts of Wright. If you have any in-
formation concerning her whereabouts, con-
tact Crimestoppers at 638-TIPS (8477), the
sheriff's department at 638-6111, or your lo-
cal police station.
"It doesn't matter how big or small the in-
formation is, I know every little bit helps and
right now anything would do," Coatney said.
"I would do just about anything to hear from
her; to know that she was safe or even just to
hear her voice again, we miss her so much."
"I've got a feeling something's going to
happen soon," Coatney said. "I've been hear-
ing from some of her friends, saying they've
been having dreams about her lately, dreams
about her coming home."


Submitted photo


Emergency workers respond to an accident Wednesday.


One killed in local accident


* CHIPLEY A little be-
fore 7 p.m. on Wednesday,
Chipley Police, Washington
County EMS and the Chi-
pley Fire Department were
called to Gulf Power on
U.S. 90 for a single vehicle
accident involving an older
model truck and a tree.


Florida Highway Patrol
reports that 77-year-old
Alsenior Batson, of Marian-
na, was traveling westbound
on U.S. 90 when his 1985
Ford pickup veered onto the
south shoulder the road, in
front of Bear's BBQ, strik-
ing a mailbox, two signposts,


STRICKLAND
Continued from page 1


Anderson and took him to the county jail
in Chipley later that afternoon. Vernon City
Clerk Sherry Cobb said the City took out a
no-trespass warning against Anderson.
NOTE: City Clerk Sherry Cobb said
the video was accidentally erased when the
hard drive was being moved, but said a tech


a fence and then continued
on to Gulf Power, colliding
head on into a large pine
tree. Batson was transport-
ed to Northwest Florida
Community Hospital where
he was pronounced dead.
He was not wearing a seat
belt.


rep was on the way to attempt to recover the
data. Cobb said a number of people viewed
the video, including herself and Deputy City
Clerk Cheryl Withrow, Commission Chair-
man
Joel chipleypaper.9pm.
Pate, See more
County coverage
Admin- online
istrator
Pete
Herbert and the deputy. Investigation
continues.


Have you noticed
or has someone told
you that you have bad
breath? Have you been
overwhelmed by the
breath of a loved one or
a friend? Halitosis (medi-
cal term for bad breath)
can embarrass you or
your friends. It can also
effect how other people
think about you. I know
your question ... what
causes bad breath?
The first cause of bad
breath can be food par-
ticles left in your mouth
after meals combined
with bacteria to create a
bad odor. Bacteria often
collects on the back of
your tongue creating an
odor. Another cause can
be gum disease that may
be at the infection stage.
The fluids oozing from
the infected gums will
cause a very strong odor
due to pus in the fluids.
Another cause could be a
dry mouth. Saliva cleans-
es your mouth, washing
away many odor-causing
bacteria. A dry mouth
allows more bacteria
and their by-products to
remain in your mouth
causing bad breath. You
could have a dry mouth
when you sleep, if you
don't drink enough flu-
ids or because of certain
medications. Some types
of food and drink can
cause bad breath. These
include garlic, onions,
fish, cabbage, coffee, and
alcohol. Smoking and
chewing tobacco can
make your breath smell.
This bad breath stays
with you even when you
stop smoking or chewing.


There are other causes
of bad breath. Braces,
dentures, and other
mouth gear may smell if
not kept clean. Certain
medical problems may
cause bad breath. Si-
nus problems that cause
drainage into the throat
may sometimes lead to
mouth odor. In general,
bad breath becomes
more of a problem as
you age.
Your dentist can look
for a cause of bad breath
that can be treated. If
a cause is found, treat-
ment may improve your
breath. Some people
think they have bad
breath when they really
don't. First, you need
your dentist to confirm
that you have bad breath.
You are then checked for
gum disease and asked
questions about foods
you eat, any medications
you take, and how you
care for your teeth.
You can do some sim-
ple things to help avoid
bad breath. First, brush
after each meal and floss
at least once a day. Brush
your tongue (or use a
special tongue scraper)
to clean off food and
odor-causing bacteria.
Brush as far back on your


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ing breath. If you smoke
or chew tobacco, QUIT!
You'll be amazed how
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will smell. Over-the-
counter mouthwashes
only cover up bad breath
for a very short time.
If there is no under-
lying medical. cause,
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with the help of your
dentist. Practice good
oral hygiene, see your
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4 Saturday, July 19, 2008 Washington County News


Buzz Leonard


annex draws


quick approval


DONNA DYKES
Staff Writer

Although everyone knew rain
was expected at some point Sat-
urday, the ribbon cutting that wel-
comed Buzz Leonard Used Car
Annex to Chipley went off at 10
a.m. as scheduled. It was conduct-
ed by Washington County Cham-
ber of Commerce.
A sign on the porch wall said
the lot offered quick credit ap-
proval in 30 seconds.
Shawn Rhodes, business man-
ager, confirmed that information.
"We have guaranteed credit ap-
proval with some money down,"
he explained.
Rogers and fellow business
manager, Mike Rodriguez cut the
ribbon officially opening the used
car lot.
Jerry Spitler is owner, and
there are seven employees ready
to help buyers choose a late model
vehicle.
"Our main location in Panama
City has been in business for over
40 years, serving the Panhandle,"
Rogers said. "We are excited to be
here in Chipley and hope to serve
you for many years to come."
Lunch which included ham-
burgers and hot dogs with all the
trimmings, chips and cold drinks
was served from tables under a
tent. While everyone enjoyed their
food, a truck carrying metal pieces
and wood planks pulled up and


began setting up a wrestling arena.
Metal frames were placed to make
corners and wood for the flooring
was laid. That was covered with a
mat that looked like soft linoleum
sheets. A black canvas with a red
skirt covered the whole thing and
"ropes" were affixed to the four
posts.
There were several American
Wrestling Federation wrestlers.
Someone with a shirt proclaiming
Nirvana fought a small character
who entered the arena wearing a
long cartoon-colored cape. The
bigger wrestlers who came up next
put on quite a show. They hit each
other, stomped on their feet, and
one shoved another out of the
ring. Those wooden boards under
the mat made the falls sound like
heads breaking.
At one point, a wrestler got an-
noyed with the ref and bawled him
out. Turning away, he pulled up his
shirt and removed a pair of brass
knuckles from his tights. When he
had dispatched his opponent, he
threw the knucks on the ground
where another wrestler picked
them up and stuck them in his
pocket.
The county's glitter squad was
represented by the 2008 Teen Miss
Vernon, Kelsie Locke.
There was a bounce house for
the kids as well as balloons and
cotton candy.
Buzz Leonard Used Car Annex
located at 1138 Main Street in Chi-


Donna Dykes / Staff Writer
Kids enjoyed balloons, cotton candy and walks in a bounce house during the Buzz Leonard Grand
Opening. This one needed his dad's help with the string on his balloon.


Donna Dykes / Staff Writer
Participating in the ribbon cutting ceremony are, from left, Vernon Teen Miss Kelsie Locke;
Bill Gardner of Sunny Hills holding banner; Cheryl McCall of Chipley City Council, business
managers Shawn Rhodes and Mike Rodriguez cutting the ribbon; Jeanne Betts, chamber
member, and Kelly Coretti of Sunny Hills holding ribbon.


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Donna Dykes / Staff Writer
A pair of wrestlers, J.T. Angel and Mr. Personality, entertain visitors with
a good fight. They added all the whoopla. One arrived at the ring with a
colorful cape while the other one wore a shirt with Nirvana printed on it.


2003
5 years ago
Peggy Hill of Chipley
was inducted into the board
of directors for Literacy
Volunteers of Washington
County.
The building housing the
nursing program at Wash-
ington-Holmes Technical
Center was named after Eu-
nice Braxton, founder of the
LPN program.
Chipley Junior Woman's
Club was collecting basic
school supplies for needy
children in grades K-5.
As a fund-raiser, Wash-
ington County Council on
Aging was selling chances on
a 1996 Buick Park Avenue.
During a Saturday morn-
ing ceremony, Gilmore
Park in Chipley was rededi-
cated and named for Artis
Gilmore.

1998
10 years ago
P.J. Reeves received a
Presidential Award for Out-
standing Academic Achieve-
ment during awards day at
Roulhac Middle School.
Paul Parker, a Bay Coun-
ty educator, was named to
head Washington-Holmes
Technical Center.
Wausau's Possum Pal-
ace Park was dedicated.
Among those present were
State Representative Durell
j 71


Peaden, Councilmen Doyle
Spence, Beatrice Wood and
Johnny Finch, former coun-
cilman Charles Park, Mayor
Gail Culbreth, and Town
Clerk Margaret Riley.
Steven McCall received
the penmanship award given
to a Kate Smith rising fifth-
grader by Chipley Woman's
Club.
Tammy Paridon won the
title of Mrs. Washington
County during a local beauty
pageant.

1993
15 years ago
Eddie Young, Megan Pi-
larczk, David Young, Angel
Young, and Jeffery Quadiana
of Liberty Baptist Church
hosted a spaghetti dinner to
raise funds for their trip to a
Christian youth camp.
Gayle Griggs, daughter
of Delphine Griggs of Chi-
pley, was crowned 1993 Miss
Watermelon Queen.
Chipley High School pre-
sented softball awards to
Chalyce Hendrix, for best
defense, and Pam Ferrell,
best offense.

1978
30 years ago
Rexanne Holley, presi-
dent of Chipley Junior Wom-
an's Club, presented a check
for $275 to Jim Trawick,
president of PALS Park.


Joseph Mico of Sunny
Hills wanted to help the fam-
ily who adopted a paralyzed
dog. He designed a wheeled
device so the animal could get
around quickly and easily.
New holder of the world's
"buried alive" record was Bill
White of Westville, a former
alligator wrestler, who had
spent 144 days in a 6x3-foot
coffin.

1963
45 years ago
Men's tailored suits with
two pairs of pants were sell-
ing for $49 at Thrift Depart-
ment Store in Chipley.
A new five-digit ZIP code
was introduced to Wash-
ington County patrons by
Chipley Postmaster J.B.
Benson.
CHS language teacher
Dorothy Clemmons was


chosen to succeed Philip
Rountree as president of the
Washington County Educa-
tion Association.

1958
50 years ago
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Amos
and son, Danny, of Milton
were Saturday guests of
Claudia Sheve.
The Rev. and Mrs. WW.
Hawk were Sunday dinner
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Her-
man Brock.
Mr. and Mrs. Billy Gunt-
er spent the weekend in Pen-
sacola with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Charlie Anderson.

1968
40 years ago
Gov. Claude Kirk ap-
pointed Al Lowe as school
superintendent-elect. He re-
placed Colly V Williams, who


had resigned to take an edu-
cation post in another town.
Mr. and Mrs. Jonah
Tadlock and son, Rex, of
Plant City were spending a
vacation with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Jonah Tadlock
Sr. in Caryville. They were
also visiting his brother and
sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Cleston Tadlock and son,
Cleon.
Sale of 23,000 acres of
land in Washington County
for more than $1 million dol-
lars was recorded by Clerk of
the Court Lawrence Miner.
Deltona Corporation made
the purchase.

1938
70 years ago
Mary Nell and Frances
Pinkard had as house guests
Frances Bishop of Clearwater,
Jessie Coachman and Nancy


Williamson of West Palm
Beach, and Mary Elizabeth
Johnson of Valdosta, Ga.
Mrs. W.W Green and sis-
ter, Miss Virginia Anthony,
were spending some time
with their folks in Palatka.
The store property on
Sixth Street owned by A.L.
Wells received a complete
remodeling with a new glass
front. It was located next to
T.L. Wells and Brothers.

1908
100 years ago
Returning home after
spending a week at the Bay
were R.C. Horne and family,
and Mrs. Bertha Blake and
children.
E.N. Dekle made a trip
to the Bay to visit his family
which was spending the sum-
mer there. He was accompa-
nied by S.A. Alford.


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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR HOLMES COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
FILE NO. 2008-58PR

IN RE: ESTATE OF
Lawrence David Cooley
Deceased.

NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the
estate of Lawrence David
Cooley, deceased, whose
date of death was May 25,
2008, is pending in the Cir-
cuit Court for Holmes
County, Florida, Probate
Division, the address of
which is RO. Box 397,
Bonifay, Florida 32425.
The names and addresses
of the personal representa-
tives and the personal rep-
resentatives' attorney are
set forth below.
All creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons
having claims or demands
against decedent's estate
on whom a copy of this
notice is required to be
served must file their
claims with this court
WITHIN THE LATER OF 3
MONTHS AFTER THE
TIME OF THE FIRST PUB-
LICATION OF THIS NO-
TICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER
THE DATE OF SERVICE
OF A COPY OF THIS NO-
TICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the
decedent and other per-
sons having claims or de-
mands against decedent's
estate must file their claims
with this court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUB-
LICATION OF THIS NO-
TICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED
WITHIN THE TIME PERI-
ODS SET FORTH IN SEC-
TION 733.702 OF THE
FLORIDA PROBATE CODE
WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED. NOTWITH-
STANDING THE TIME PE-
RIOD SET FORTH ABOVE,
ANY CLAIM FILED TWO
(2) YEARS OR MORE AF-
TER THE DECEDENT'S
DATE OF DEATH IS
BARRED.
The date of first publica-
tion of this notice is July
19, 2008.
Attorney for Personal Rep-
resentatives:
Angela J. Jones
Florida Bar No. 096441
Locklin, Jones & Saba, P A
6460 Justice Avenue
Milton, Florida 32570
Telephone:(850)623-2500
Personal Representatives:
Mary Ann Dalton
PO Box 279
Slocomb, Alabama 36375
Susan Sadler
4231 Cooley Road
Graceville, Florida 32440
As published in the Wash-
ington County News July
19, 26, 2008.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE 14TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
WASHINGTON COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO. 67-08-CA-122
INDYMAC BANK, FS.B.
Plaintiff,
vs.
WAYNE EDWARDS;
ONEKA EDWARDS; UN-
KNOWN PERSONS) IN
POSSESSION OF THE
SUBJECT PROPERTY;
Defendants.

NOTICE OF FORECLO-
SURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to a Final
Judgment of Foreclosure
dated July 14, 2008, and
entered in Case No.
67-08-CA-122, of the Cir-
cuit Court of the 14th Judi-
cial Circuit in and for
WASHINGTON County,
Florida. INDYMAC BANK,
F.S.B. is Plaintiff and
WAYNE EDWARDS and
ONEKA EDWARDS are de-
fendants. I will sell to the
highest and best bidder for
cash at THE FRONT
STEPS OF THE COURT-
HOUSE., AT 1293 JACK-
SON AVENUE, CHIPLEY
IN WASHINGTON
COUNTY, FL. at 11:00
a.m., on the 28 day of
Aug., 2008, the following
described property as set
forth in said Final Judg-
ment, to wit:
LOT 15, BLOCK 395 OF
SUNNY HILLS UNIT SIX, A
SUBDIVISION ACCORD-
ING TO THE PLAT
THEREOF, RECORDED IN
THE PLAT BOOK 2,
PAGES 60 THROUGH 76
OF THE PUBLIC REC-
ORDS OF WASHINGTON
COUNTY FLORIDA.
A person claiming an inter-
est in the surplus from the
sale, if any, other than the
property owner as of the
date of the lis pendens
must file a claim with 60
days after the sale.
Dated this 15 day of July,
2008.
LINDA HAYES COOK
As Clerk of said Court
By K. McDaniel
As Deputy Clerk
This notice is provided
pursuant to Administrative
Order No. 2.065
In accordance with the
Americans with Disabilities
Act, If you are a person
with a disability who needs
any accommodation in or-
der to participate in this
proceeding, you are enti-
tled, at no cost to you, to
provisions of certain assis-
tance. Please contact the
Court Administrator at
1293 Jackson Avenue,
Building 100, 1st Floor,
Chipley, FI 32428, Phone
No. (850)638-6285 within 2
working days of your re-
ceipt of this notice or
pleading; if you are hear-
ing impaired, call
1-800-955-8771 (TDD); if
you are voice impaired,
call 1-800-995-8770 (V)
(Via Florida Relay Ser-
vices).
Submitted by:
Kahane & Associates, RA.
1815 Griffin Road
Suite 104
Dania Beach, F1l33004
Telephone: (954) 920-4000
Telefacsimile: (954)
920-2999
As published in the Wash-
ington County News July
19, 26, 2008.


| 1100
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR JACKSON COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO: 08-257-CA
DIV. NO:
CIENA CAPITAL FUND-
ING, LLC, f/k/a BLX CAPI-
TAL, LLC, a Delaware lim-
ited liability company,
Plaintiff,
v.
P & C GROCERS, INC, an
Alabama corporation,
CHARLES R PARKER, in-
dividually as guarantor,
BRIAN E. LEBOLD, individ-
ually as guarantor, JOHN
T. CARROLL, individually
as guarantor, Souther De-
velopment Council, Inc.,
SOUTHERN DEVELOP-
MENT COUNCIL, INC., an
Alabama corporation, H.L.
PAULK GROCERY COM-
PANY, INC., a corporation,
and FLABAMA PETRO,
LLC, an Alabama corpora-
tion.
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION TO
FORECLOSE MORTGAGE
FOR CONSTRUCTIVE
SERVICE OF PROCESS
TO: Flabama Petro, Inc.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that an action for
foreclosure of mortgage
has been filed regarding
the following properties in
Jackson and Washington
County, Florida:
PARCEL VII:
Commence at an existing
concrete monument mark-
ing the Northwest Corner
of Section 26, Township 5
North, Range 10 West,
Jackson County, Florida;
thence North 38 58' 35"E
a distance of 97.66 feet to
an iron rod; thence South
86 38' 03"E, a distance of
604.22 feet to an existing
Department of Transporta-
tion iron rod; thence South
33 11' 13"E a distance of
68.59 feet to a concrete
monument set on the East-
erly right of way of State
Road No. 167 and call this
the POINT OF BEGINN-
ING; thence North 06 17'
09"E a distance of 200.00
feet to a concrete monu-
ment; thence South 830 42'
51 "E a distance of 200.00
feet to a concrete monu-
ment; thence South 060 17'
09"W a distance of 200.00
feet to a concrete monu-
ment set on the Northerly
right of way of State Road
No. 166; thence South-
westerly along said right of
way along a curve being
concave towards the left
having a delta angle of 05
27' 54", a radius of 1,
624.16 feet; an arc dis-
tance along said right of
way 155.30 feet to an exist-
ing Department of Trans-
portation iron rod set at
the intersection of the
Northerly right of way of
said road and the Easterly
right of way of State Road
No. 167; thence North 330
11' 13" West along the
Easterly right of way of
State Road No. 167 a dis-
tance of 110.90 feet to the
POINT OF BEGINNING.
This parcel is located par-
tially in the Southwest 1/4
of the Southwest 1/4 of
Section 23, Township 5
North, Range 10 West, and
partially in the Northwest
1/4 of the Northwest 1/4 of
Section 26, Township 5
North, Range 10 West, all
in Jackson County, Flor-
ida.
Commence at an existing
concrete monument mark-
ing the Northwest Corner
of Section 26, Township 5
North, Range 10 West,
Jackson County, Florida,
thence North 38 degrees
58 minutes 35 seconds
East a distance of 97.66
feet to an iron rod; thence
South 86 degrees 38 min-
utes 0.3 seconds East a
distance of 604.22 feet to
an existing Department of
Transportation iron rod on
the Easterly right of way of
State Road No. 167 and
call this the POINT OF BE-
GINNING; thence South 33
degrees 11 minutes 13
seconds East along the
Easterly right of way of
said road a distance of
68.59 feet to a concrete
monument; thence North
06 degrees 17 minutes 09
seconds East a distance of
200.00 feet to a concrete
monument; thence North
83 degrees 42 minutes 51
seconds West a distance
of 142.22 feet to a con-
crete monument set on the
Easterly right of way of
State Road No. 167;
thence Southeasterly
along said right of way
along a curve being con-
cave towards the left hav-
ing a delta angel of 11 de-
grees 13 minutes 42 sec-
onds a radius of 904.93
feet, an arc distance along
said right of way of 177.34
feet to the POINT OF BE-
GINNING.
This parcel is located par-
tially in the Southwest 1/4
of the Southwest 1/4 of
Section 23, Township 5
North, Range 10 West and
partially in the Northwest
1/4 of the Northwest 1/4 of
Section 26, Township 5
North, Range 10 West, all
in Jackson County, Flor-
ida.
BETTER DESCRIBED AS:
Commence at an existing
concrete monument mark-
ing the Northwest Corner
of Section 26, Township 5


S 1100 1100 1100 1100 32
North, Range 10 West, Americans with Disabilities redeemed according to affected by any decision of Ellenburg Farms, you .
Jackson County, Florida, Act, if you are a person the law, the property de- the Department with re- pick tomatoes. New .
thence North 38 degrees with a disability who needs scribed shall be sold to the gard to the formal determi- Hope, Fl. 334-726-0876 or
58 minutes 35 seconds any accommodation in or- highest bidder at the court- nation have the right to pe- 334-726-6100.
East a distance of 97.66 der to participate in this house door on August 15, tition to become a party to
feet to an iron rod; thence proceeding, you are enti- 2008 at 10:00 AM. Dated the proceeding. The peti- MERCHANDISE
South 86 degrees 38min- tied, at no cost to you, to this 13 day of June, 2008. tion must conform to the 3100-Antiques
utes 03 seconds east a the provision of certain as- LINDA HAYES COOK requirements specified 3110 Appliances 3300
distance of 604.22 feet to distance. Please contact CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT above and be filed 3120 Arts & Crafts Catfish
an existing Department of the ADA Coordinator at the COURT, WASHINGTON (received) within 21 days 3130 -Auctions You catch catfish, $1.50 "
Transportation iron rod on Office of the Trial Court COUNTY, FLORIDA, BY: J of publication of this No- 3140 Baby Items You catch catfish, $1.50
the Easterly right of way of Administrator, 550 West C Rogers, Deputy Clerk tice in the Office of Gen- 3150 Building Supplies pound. Gilbert Catfish
State Road No. 167 and Main Street, Post Office WARNING: eral Counsel at the above 3160 Business Pond, located @ 2854
call thisthe POINT OF BE- Box 7800, Taveres, Flor- THERE ARE UNPAID address of the Depart- Equipment Highview Circle, Chipley,
GINNING; thence South 33 ida, 32778, Telephone TAXES -ON PROPERTY ment. Failure to petition 3170 Compultibles a850-638-8633. hone
degrees 11 minutes 13 (352)253-1604, within two WHICH YOU OWN IN within the allowed time 3190 Electronics
seconds East along the (2) working days of your WHICH YOU HAVE LEGAL frame constitutes a waiver 3200 Firewood Sunquest Pro 16SW Wolff
Easterly right of way of receipt of this Notice of Ac- INTEREST. THE PROP- of any right such person 3210- Free Pass It On System Tanning bed,
said road a distance of tion to Foreclose Mort- ERTY WILL BE SOLD AT has to request a hearing 3220 Furniture $1200.00.
179.49 feet to the intersec- gage. If you are hearing or PUBLIC AUCTION ON Au- under Section 120.57, 3230 Garage/Yard Sales Image 9.5 Elliptical, used
tion of the Easterly right of voice impaired, call gust 15, 2008 UNLESS FS., and to participate as 3240 Guns verylittle, $225.00
way of said road and the 1-800-955-8771. THE BACK TAXES ARE a party to this proceeding. 3250 Good Thingsto Eat Weight bench w/weights,
Northerly right of way of DANIEL E. TRAVER' PAID. CONTACT THE Any subsequent interven- 3260 Healt h & Fitness g$10000
State Road No. 166; Florida Bar No. 0585262 CLERK OF COURT IMME- tion will only be at the ap- 3280 MachJinery/ 850-326-3046.
thence Northeasterly along GrayRobinson, RA. DIATELY AT TAX DEED proval of. the presiding of- Eqauipment -- 34
said right of way along a 301 E. Pine Street, Suite DEPARTMENT, RP.O. BOX ficer upon motion filed pur- 3290 Medical Equipment
curve being concave to- 1400 647,1293 JACKSON AVE., suant to Rule 28-5.207, 3300- Miscellaneous
ward the right having a Post Office Box 3068 Bldg 100, CHIPLEY, FLOR- FA.C. 3310 Musical Instruments 3310
delta angel of 05 degrees Orlando, Florida IDA 32428, OR TELE- As published in the Wash- 3320 Plants & Shrubs/
27 minutes 54 seconds a 32802-3068 PHONE (850) 638-6008 ington County News July Supplies Music lessons, piano,
radius of 1,628.16 feet; an (407) 843-8880 Telephone EXT 224. 19, 2008. 3330 Restaurant/Hotel bass, guitar, flute, violin,
arc distance along said (407) 244-5690 Facsimile AMOUNT TO REDEEM _3340 Sporting Goods mandolin, banjo, drums;
right of way 155.30 feet to Attorneys for Plaintiff, BLX FOR July $ 2,868.86 IN Legal Advertisement 3350 Tickets (Buy & Sell) wanted used instruments,
a concrete monument; CAPITAL, LLC, a Delaware U.S. CURRENCY ONLY. collectables, ebay sales.
thence North 06 degrees Limited Liability Company AMOUNT TO REDEEM The Tri-County Airport Au- ANT IQE Covington Music
17 minutes 09 seconds As published in the Wash- FOR August $ 2,910.02 IN thority will hold a Runway 850-638-5050
East a distance of 200.00 ington County News July U.S. CURRENCY ONLY. Permit/Design Workshop I 3100U1 850-557-1918.
feet to a concrete monu- 12,19, 2008. No Personal Checks Ac- on June 30, 2008 at 12:00
ment; thence North 83 de- cepted. p.m. CST. The workshop Wanted To Buy antiques, Ifwa
grees 42 minutes 51 sec- IN THE UNITED STATES Cashier's Checks, Money will be held at the offices of collectibles, gold, silver,
onds West a distance of DISTRICT COURT FOR Orders, and Western Un- URS Corporation South- dinnerware, collections, 3320
342.22 feet to a concrete THE NORTHERN OR- ion are the only other alter- ern, located at 1367-C paintings, call Al Schmidt
monument set on the East- TRICT OFFLORIDA natives accepted. South Railroad, Chipley, 850-638-7304 Leola Brock Nurseries
early right of way of State PANAMA CITY DIVISION As published in the Wash- FL 32428. Please call shrubs. Landscape design,
Road No. 167; thence CASE NO. 5:99cv63-SPM ington County News June 850-638-8700 with any landscape contracting irri-
Southeasterly along saidCg8 28, July 5, July 12, July 19, questions. landscape contracting, irri-
right of way along a curve UNITED STATES OF 2008As published in the Wash nation systems. 1788
being concavetowards theAMERICA, TED STATES OFngton County News July 32205 (WWhite Road, Bonifay, FL
AMERICA,19,32425 (Washington
left having a delta angle of Plaintiff, STATE OF FLORIDA 19, 2008 B&B Furniture 1342 North County) (850)638-1202;
11 degrees, 13 minutes 43 vs. DEPARTMENT OF ENVI- RR Avenue, Chipley. We 326-1500
seconds a radius of 904.93 ROBERT M. FENDER,et.al. RONMENTAL PROTEC- pay cash for clean, quality
feet; an arc distance along Defendants. TION furniture. 850-557-0211 or
said right of way of 177.34 NOTICE OF PROPOSED I 1110 850-415-6866. Ask for
feet to the POINT OF BE- NOTICE OF SALE AGENCY ACTION r -O- ORSE- LS'- Pasco or Carolyn
GINNING. COLOR SELLS!
This parcel located par- NOTICE IS HEREBY The Department of Envi- Get Your Classified Ad Furniture & Mattresses
tally in the Southwest 14 GIVEN THAT UNDER AND ronmental Protection gives | In I Low, low, low overhead
of the Southwest 1/4 of BY VIRTUE OF A JUDG- notice of its intent to issue COLORI. guarantees low, low, low
Section 23, Township 5 MENT OF FORECLOSURE a Formal Determination of Call now for details prices. P&S Discount Fur-
North, Range 10 West and RENDERED IN THE the Landward Extent of and be noticed nature, Chipley. (Since EMPLYMENT
partially in the Northwest ABOVE-STYLED CASE ON Waters of the State (File I 638-0212 I 1973) 850-638-4311
1/4 of the Northwest 1/4 of May 19, 2008, BY No. FD-30-0284175-.001), or 4100 Help Wanted
Section 26, Township 5 THE UNITED STATES DIS- to the Tri-County Airport 547-9414 4130 Employment
in the Jackson County, NORTHERN DISTRICT OF portion Southern, for a 3 -
Florida. FLORIDA, IN FAVOR OF 179.25-acre tract located 3230
PARCEL Xl THE PLAINTIFF, THE UN- in Section 11, Township 5 1120 3 F y m
Commence atthe intersec- DERSIGNED, APPOINTED N, Range 14 W, Holmes 3 Family yard sale: 7 a.m. 4100
tion of the West line of IN SAID County, accessed from Tri I, Audle Marsh will no until on 177-A, pass Dog-
Main Street (U.S. Highway DECREE, WILL ON THE County Airport Road ap- longer be responsible for wood Lakes. July 19th, Administrative
231) and the North line of 12TH DAY OF AUGUST, proximately 2 miles east of any debts other than my look for signs. Cancelled if Executive Director
the NW1/4 of the SW/4 of 2008, AT 12:00 NOON, IN the intersection at County own as of June 30, 2008. rain. HolmesCoutive Director:
Section 30, Township 5 FRONT OF THE WASH- Road 162 and County .- .Development
North, Range 11 West, INGTON COUNTY Road 173. The. P 5-Family Yardsalell! 426 Commission
Jackson County, Florida; COURTHOUSE DOOR IN Department's file on this W --- Hwy 273 (Campbellton Position provides
thence S 00' 52' 19"E THE CITY OF CHIPLEY, matter is available for pub- 1150 1 Hwy) 2 miles from Murrays strategic leadership and
along the West lineof Main FLORIDA, OFFER FOR lic inspection during nor- Female 51, seeking a re- Tires, Sat. July 19, 8am til guidance in economic
Street (U.S. Highway 231), SALE AND SELL AT PUB- mal business hours, 8:00 sponsible person to share 4pm. Furniture, appli- development efforts in
20.00' to the Point of Be- LIC OUTCRY TO THE a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday household expenses with. ances, clothing, etc. Holmes County, Florida.
ginning; thence HIGHEST BIDDER, THE through Friday, except le- Needs transportation to A Bachelor's degree in
thence eang0:52'19"E; said West180.00 FOLLOWING DESCRIBED gal holidays, atthe Depart- and from appointments, Barnyard Sale: JD Trac- Public/Business Admin-
line West 15000'aving said West PROPERTto a SITUATED, mnt of Environmental will pay for expenses, look- tors, hay equipment, etc. istration, Economic De-
oint; thence N150.00' to LYING AND BEING IN Protection, Wetlands Eval- ing for Chipley area, out- July 31st August 2nd, velopment, or a related
9"W 18000' to a point 52 WASHINGTON COUNTY, uation and Delineation side smoker. Ask for Pam- 8a.m. until 1178 North Hwy field and a minimum of
19Wthe South180.00' l ine of Dwood FLORIDA: Section, Mail Station 2500, ela at 850-638-3551 leave 79, Bonifay. 850-263-0104 three years of progres-
the South line of Dogwood Beginning at the intersec- Room 530, Bob Martinez message. sively responsible eco-
Drive; thence along said tion of the North line of Center, 2600 Blair Stone _,___uly 1t 7 t .s nomic development
South Line East, 150.00 to Section 9, Township 2 Rpad, Tallahassee, Florida Moving Sale: Saturday, ex evelopment
the Point of Beginning. North, Range 15 West and 32399-2400. Juy 19th, 7:30 to 4 p.m experience is preferred.
The above described the Westrightof way line Persons whose substantial I 2449 Brooks Dr. West of Outstanding interper-
property lies in the NW14 of State Road S-277, interests are affected by Pizza Hut. Furniture, sonal and communica-
ofthe SWT/4 of Section thence South along said the above proposed movies, DVD's, ect. tion skills, computer lit-
Ra30, Township 5 Northon West right of way line agency action have a right cial expertise required
Range 11 West, Jackson 119.5 feet, thence West pursuant to Section YardSale Saturday Deadline for submission
County, Florida. parallel to the North line of 120.57, Florida Statutes, to a July-19th, 7am-2pm in of resume and salary re-
PARCELXI: said Section 9, 529.68 feet, peittion for an administra- S parking lot Graphic De- quirements is August
A parcel of land located in thence North 119.5 feet to live determination PET & ANI signs on Hwy 90 Chipley. 15, 2008. Please e-mail
Vernon, Florida, in Section the North line of said sec- (hearing) on the proposed 2100 Pets Kids clothes and little bit of to hcdc@wfeca.net
35, Township 3 North, tion 9, thence East 528.52 action. The petition must 2110 Pets: Free to everything.
Range 15 West, Washing- feet along said North line contain the information set Good Home Automotive
ton County, Florida, being of Section to the Point of forth below and must be 2120 Pet Supplies
more particularly de- Beginning. Said property filed (received) in the 2130 Farm Animals/ i Local Franchise Dealer I
scribed as follows: To l0- being in the NW '/4 of Sec- Department's Office of Supplies I Local Franchise Dealer
catethe point of beginning tion 9, Township 2 North, General Co 2140- Pets/Livestock 3250 1 seeking both expert
commence at a nail at the Range 15 West, of Wash- Commonwealth Boule- Wanted ence &ion-experience
Rangeo15tWesteaf Cr o sales' person.
Southeast corner of theington County, Florida. yard, Tallahassee, Florida salE s person.
Northeast Quarter of the FOR ADDITIONAL INFOR- 32399-2400, within 21 I .Earn top pay in Bonifay I
Northwest Quarter of said MATION CONCERNING days of publication of this 2100A ipe at Buzz
Section 35; thence THE ABOVE PROPERTY notice. A copy of the peti- 2 0 Okra & Peas Okra cut I Apyin person at Buzz
N0301'29"E, 406.32 feet CONTACT ASSISTANT U. tion must also be mailed at Yorkle Poo and Yorkie fresh three times a week. Leonard
So S. ATTORNEY PAUL ALAN the time of filing to the for- schnauzer mix puppies for and Peas picked when Chrysler, Jeep &
a nail at the intersection SPROWLS AT (850) mal determination peti- sale, shots & wormed, ordered. Call I Mitsubishi
West right-of-way of Flor- 942-8430. ALL SALES ARE tioner at the address indi- Shirley's Pets. Bonifay, FL 850-579-4838 for prices in Bonifay or Chipley.
ida Highway 79 and the SUBJECT TO CONFIRMA- cated. Failure to file a peti- 850-547-7387 and directions. ,_ skfor haun.
North right-of-way of TION OF THE COURT. tion within the 21 days
Washington Street to the METHOD OF constitutes a waiver of any
point of beginning; thence PAYMENT IS BY POSTAL right such person has to
N86'17'40"W and on the MONEY ORDER OR CER- an administrative determi-
North right- of-way of said TIFIED CHECK MADE nation (hearing) pursuant
Washington Street, 142.05 PAYABLE TO THE U.S. to Section 120.57, F.S.
feet; thence N03056'11"E MARSHALS SERVICE. The petition shall contain
198.69 feet to a point on TEN PERCENT OF the following information:
the Southerly bank of HIGH/ACCEPTABLE BID (a) The name and address,
Holmes Creek; thence IN CERTIFIED CHECK OR and telephone number of
N86027'40"E and on the CASHIER'S CHECK WILL each petitioner, the
Southerly bank of said BE ACCEPTED WITH THE petitioner's name and ad-
Holmes Creek, 135.00 feet BALA CE DUE WITHIN 48 dress, the Department's
to a point on the West HOURS. NO CASH WILL File Number and the .,, ..U ~AM'
right-of-way of said Florida BE ACCEPTED. county in which the project

S01t45'36W and and on DENNIS A. WILLIAMSON ment of how and when
the West right-of-way of United States Marshal each petitioner received
said Florida Highway 79, Northern District of Florida notice of the Department's Cleaning or Companion Sod Sod Sod quality you
55.60 feet to an iron pin; BY Tamara Dunnivant action or proposed action; Cleaning or Companion Sod Sod Sod Quality you




beginning. 2008. Atatugusnt of material factsA 850-373-7476 of Chipley for easy cus-
copy of your written de-.S. Marshal Service (c) A statement of how ooeeping House Cleaninll Wcan depe B and Leon. Irrigatedock
o o e DATE 6-27-08 each petitioner's substan- ax Service. Open 5 days House cleaning, compan- weed & pest controlled,





senses, if any, to the Com- NOTICE OF APPLICATION facs which pet moner con old to look new? I do spr- (850) 638-1202; 326-1500
p^lait on the atorneUfor, FOR TAX DEED b tends warrant reversaltr icng c g etc. Please
west right-of-way of said As pu blished in the Wash- al interests are affected a week, a to 5pm. Call on, certified trained, local Centipede and St. Augus-



ING, LLC, f/k/a BLX CAPI that n on Bruner the holder Department's action r Headreferences. dVinCall tine. Delivery and install 850-415-1071
TAL, LLC f, Daniel to thE. Traver, of the following certificate, proposed action; (f) A Tops .Id 850-547-5878 or o thion available. 8 miles SW.Idoth
Ei 2 d said certificate for statement of wmtch ruils o8 0-7k at-7our476m or For Rent first in Chipley, .
You Post ie Br e 3068o s av Tax Deedhtobe d stated petitionerco w rktpmceearsonab ni hauoisns. Cai y-
Orla f o n ther daty fr, eOnR TAX D eErD f tends weauire reversal ori rateseon new vinyl ttops n't have the room, "We

fte of f licat Bon ahnce, the R descripit hof Department's action or estimates call anytime Do y0ou need caring per- (850)638-4539, north of
and to fie the original der of the property, and the proposed action; and (g) A eave message. (850) son to help care for your Townsends.
lenses with the Clerk of names in which it was as- statement of whe relef orwo at735 loved one? Two certified Rentfirs in ,
this Court either before messed a re as follows : sought bys petitioner sa- nursing assistant. Call Mini Stoae Cie y -
service on the above attor-CERTIFICATE NO 197 nd recisely these aior res o850-638-3402 ornAll sizes for rent. We fur- .
feirs imed iotedolthieo nYER OFTISSdUANCER P tf Dower mnt's tie Depart i 850-260-3012. )638- e lock.



naanded in the Com- N 1/2 f N 4 of S -tion o v potetiio isTfied thpca

Dated this 30 day of June, Range 13 West ess is designed to formu- Cleaning Sod For Sale on the farm, Sewing Machine and Vac-
ti2008. NAME IN WHICH AS- late agency action. Ac- delivered or installed. Cen- uum Cleaner Repair, guar-
Dale Rabon Guthrie SESSED : Gerald Sowell, cordingly, the Do you need someone to tipede and 419 Bermuda. anteed service on all
As Clerk of thm e Circuit Barbara Sowell, & Jadonn Department's final action clean house or sit with love West Florida Turf makes and models. Free
ou f s owl may be different from the ones while you take a (850)638-4860; estimates. Western Auto,
Jackson County, Florida Said property being in the position taken by it in this break? 850-547-3675, (850415-0385. Established 216 N. Waukesha, Bonifay.
By: Beverly Hatcher county of Washington, Notice. Persons whose 850-375-6702 1980 547-3910
Sabornc uthe State e of Florida sUnless ciubstantial interested will y nes otbeedsrceo al


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Washington County News Saturday, July 19, 2008 6



Clerk 1 Bedroom apartment in 3BR/2BA, large den, 2BR/2BA Mobile-home 426 2nd St., Chipley. 95 Crown Vic LX Power
Other Turn to classified's Chipley, convenient loca- kitchen, CH/A. First, last & for rent. 1367 Ledger Rd, 2/3BR, 2BA ,like brand locks, windows, seats
Help Wanted Town of tion, no pets. deposit. $800 month in Chipley, no pets. $400 new, beautiful lot w/pond. leather, am-fm w/ tape
ned Town Mystery Shoppers get Merchandise 850-638-4640. Smoke free, no pets mo., plus deposit 1200 sq. ft. 3 acres Only payer automatic, C, ex-
Cl rk eneral officwork paid to shop Retadning CO- 850-258-2086. 850-638-0037. 45 mins. to Panama City tra clean 157,000/miles,
S4-" lr nea ida rk 5 d establishments need un Columns Our REAL ESTATE FOR RENT For rent Sleepy Hollow Beach. Owner may fi- $3495. 850-638-0773
4-5 howeecomurs per day, 5 days erercover clients to judge Duplex Apartments Newly Remodeled 2BR mobile home in nance, partial trade for
per week computer knowl-o quality customer service. prices are on e100-Business/ HUD not accepted 2BR/1BA house 3 acres Chipley, convenient oca boat o gve cash back.
pa lusApply at Town Hall Ean up to $1(888)-2350- a day1013. target for you! 6110-Apartments 2BR/1BA and 3BR/1BA. w/horse barn arena and tion, good neighborhood, $159,900 OBO. (314) 1998 Honda Civic 4 DR;
in Esto, FL Applications 61208- Beach Rentals Water, garbage, lawn care pasture located on Peanut no pets. 850-638-4640. 346-3303. 118,400 miles; needs
may be picked up beginn- 6130- Condo/Townhouse included. Spacious, en- Road. $800/mo. Call some work; clean interior;
ing Monday July 7, 2008 /' r6140 House Rentals ergy efficient with private 850-573-7164. 2BR/1BA, New laminate 3BR/1'1/BA Brick Home. $3,500. Call 547-3391 for
Ending Wednesday July 6150 Roommate Wanted yard. 850-638-7128. Nice clean Houses, Apart flooring, near town, parks 837 Chestnut Hill St. Chip- an appointment.
6170 Mobile Home/Lot For Rent: Ridgewood ments, Mobile homes for & elementary school. $375 ley. 638-1832
Drivers 6180 Out-of-Town Rentals Apartments, 602 S. Weeks rent. 4BR/2BA brick home month. Pets allowed. 2004 Ford Taurus SES,
610 VacatimeshRentals St. BgnBfay Remoele lot. Remodeling ongoing.
62900- VTim sron Rentals St. Bonifay. Remodeled for sale 850-547-5085 or Available June6. 956-2267 4BR/1o.BA Home. Large power seats, doorlocks,
and NEW OWNERS. 1, 2, 850-547-2531or 547-3746. lot. Remodeling ongoing cruise, keyless entry, CD,
Delivery Drivers3 an Bd N oW O6ES.Located in Chipley. Buy excellent condition driven
Needed COMPANY INC. 3, Bedroms Call On Boat Lake in Sunny 3BR/21BA Doublewide now at reduced price. Ser- locally 90,000 miles, ask-
.Delivering Auto Trader 850-557-7732 Hills; 2BR/2BA, 2 car gar- MH in Chipley. Reference ous inquires only. ing $5500.
o Delivering Auto Traderd l ae 50 required Call 638-1948. 850-547-2091.
Magazines to local stores Are you an energetic and dependable 6100 LARGE 1BR Apartment $750 per month $ required Ca638-1948. 850-326-2436(c)or
on Thursday only. Call -$450, SD$250. Downtown security, lyr lease 850-638-0215(h) after 5pm
Chris or Rache worker? If so, you qualify for an ecutiveOi ace Chipley, convenient oca- 561-716-3029 o 3BR/2BA Mobile Home or 850-547-3820( w).
888-227-0663. for lease on Brickyard tion. Rent includes stove, 561-706-3996. on 21/2 acres. Quiet setting, I
_888-227-0663. opportunity to launch your career with a Rd. Great location tion. R ent includes stove great place for horses...7150
General growing company! You must be willing acrossfrom Chpley er, garbage. Sorry no Publisher's $85 per- month, garbage
n e prt o travel and hav e valid ID and SS card. www.chipleyofficefor 8 638 r HUD. Notice Baytown Realty/Paige, cleared 8120
SAvon Representa- trave and have valid lease.com -638-330. 850-814-3215. in Bonifay. Has utilities,
tives needed Bonifay, Come by, introduce yourself and fill out = .. ------- -- All real estate advertising in small pond. $40,000. 2003 Ford Expedition,
Chiles Graceville this newspaper is subject to Bonifay- 3BR $550. 2BR, Contact R Minchew Eddie Bauer edition,
Chipley, Graceville, an application. (EOE) Executive Office Space the Fair Housing Act which $425. Hud approved, In @ 281-9707405. leather, CD changer,
Wausau, Vernon, for rent downtown Chipley. 6140 makes it illegal to advertise quiet Mobile Home Park. power 3rd row seat, rear
Caryville, Ponce de We offer great benefits to qualifying 638-1918 "any p2BR/1BA Remference, limitation or 547-423410 Acres wPole Barn at bucket seats, excellent
Leon. Ask about 2BR/1_BARemodeled discrimination based on 547-4234 10 Acres w/Pole Barn at bucket seats, excellent
mini-kit. 850-547-1640. employees such as 401k, group medical Country Home, 1,500 sq. race, color, religion, sex, 3023 Douglas Ferry Rd. condition, 123K miles.
Office space for lease, ft., approximately 5 miles handicap, familial status or For Rent: 1-1/2 small bed- aka Hwy 280. Info in box Blue w/beige trim. $10,700
Dwayne Atkins ISR and dental insurance, employee stock 1240 S Blvd (Corner of East of Chipley McDon- national origin, or an inten- room mobile-home, on property. $125,000. OBO. (850)527-3851,
S, vacation, if a -- S. Blvd/7th St), Chipley, aids. Stove dishwasher tion, to make any such pref- washer/dryer, smoke-free Call 850-547-2709
Healthcare purchase, vacation, life and LTD $800/mo, 1000'sqft, 3 frgid e ds andced i erence, limitation or dis- environment. $350mo plus 8 5420-
insurance, uniforms and per diem. offices, 1 reception, 1 fa, blinds, and ceiling crimination Familial status deposit. 850-547-5474. For Lease
ARNP Needed for local bath, kitchen, parking porches. Water, garbage age of 18 living with parents 40 Acres Cattle Pasture
Medical Practice. Mon-lot, hardwood firs. and lawn care included or legal custodians, preg- For Rent; 2BR/1BA trailer Land.10 Acres Hay/ 8130
day thru Friday. If inter- "M akd^ OiWa 407-616-6890. Pets negotiable. Will ac- nant women arid people se- Ponce de Leon area, $250. Fenced/cross fenced/
ested, please send re- & nvAZ a o Ofidce cept Section 8. Applica- curing custody of children month. 850-259-9113 water./Jackson Co. 92 Ford PU, new paint
sume to: ARNP, RO. Office space for rent, tion required. SMOKE under 18. ; 850-527-3579. lob, new tires, one owner,
Box 947, Chipley, FL. 1str fr rnt and storage FREE ENVIRONMENT Mobile Home for rent; A/C, automatic, P.S.
For more information, store for rent d storaff mo EVIRNME. This newspaperwill not 2BR/2BA, central heat/air, MP Enterprises Land Sale $4,000. OBO, serviced
For more information, for rent. Excellent traffic $695/mo. Plus $695 de- knowingly accept any adver- 3 miles east of Vernon on and Finance. 5 acres or regularly, Tool box.
ple 20a. location hiring andvisibilinyonCalo posit. 850-638-4228. andFinanltionte l. O
eae call We are now hiring location and visibility. Call osit. 850-638-4228 tising for real estate whichis Pioneer Rd. 850-638-7315 more for houses only, 850-547-2176
850-638-1230.-Welders 850 547-5244. --------------- in violation of the law. Our
-We er3BR/2BA, contently readers are hereby informed or 850-527-4467 or wooded & pasture. 3 miles
Professional -Mechanics located in Chipley. CH/A. that all dwellings advertised 850-638-3254 South of Chipley. Highway 98 Ford-150 XL pickup,
The Deltona Corporation -Class A CDL Drivers CLASSIFIED AD Reference required. First & in this newspaper are availa- 77, Gainer Rd., Houston long wheel base, V6.
The Deftona Corporation -Class A CDL Drivers last plus deposit. ble on a equal opportunity Mobile Homes for rent in Rd., Beadie Rd., Duncan $2500
Real Estate SalesPosition -Equipment Operators DEADLINES 547-2091 basis To complain of dis- Cottondale on Sapp Road, Community Rd., Buddy 850-596-4545
in Sunny Hills. No pro- EquipmentOperators_ crimination call HUD toll-free 8 miles east of Chipley. Rd., (4) five acres (8) ten
specting. Leads come to -Construction Crew Laborers Deadline for classified ads For Rent: 2BR/1BA home atoll-free 80-69-9777. The 3BR/2BA and 2BR/2BA acres (5) eight acres.
you. Must have a real es- infor located on 1 acre with big tol-ree number for the hear- available. Total electric. Owner financing or cash. 1994 Ford F350 Crewcab
tate license. Sales experi- www.trawickconstruction.com yard in a country setting. 1-800-927-9275. (850)258-4868; 209-8847 Low down payment, low Dudlee gas burner with
ence helpful, but not nec- the Wednesday papers and Quiet neighborhood ap- www.charloscountryliv- monthly payments. Call 112,000 miles in great con-
essary. Weekends re- 1555 South Boulevard / Chipley, FI Thnursdayat12Noon for the prox. 4 miles NW of Chip- ing.com Milton Peel for information edition. Also a 2003 Con-
quired. Fax resume toe ley; NO INSIDE PETS. 1 t 850-638-1858 quest travel trailer, 292
(850)773-2834 or Call 850.638.0429 Saturday Weekend Edition. $425 Deposit, $425 month. -- Ponce deLeon Area, feet long with a big bay
Brooke at (850)773-2823. Call 547-4006 after 5 p.m. 3BR/2BA Secluded, gar- window, an extendout for
den spot. Convenient to In- living room & dinning
__ terstate. Reference re- room. Self contained, in
quired. $525 amonth.L 71 0 real great condition. For in-
ANNOUNCEMENTS pm 22yrs of age, 12mos OTR. No lakesiderealty-tn.com. 850-830-7653. 3BR/2BA Mobile home, formation call
Forced Northeast! Co. Drivers call: newly carpeted on 2 acres 850-892-1085.
Run your ad STATEWIDE! Run (800)848-0405 O.Operators call: North Georgia Mountain Properties / fw/stream, 00t. 1996 Ford F1504x4.
your classified ad in over 100 (877)774-3533 www.ptl-inc.com. Visit: www.ASDover.com, www. ,. Call 850-482-8795. Excellent condition. $5000
Florida newspapers reaching FallingWatersClub.com, or www. For Sale or Rent to own message.
over 4 MILLION readers. Call this Wanna COOL Job??? Start a New TranquilityatCartersLake.com 2BR/1BA mobile home,
some repairs needed. Also
newspaper or (866)742-1373 for Career as a Nationally Certified (800)200-7458. 79 Ford Thunderbird with Always Garaged
more details or visit: www.florida- HVAC Technician! 3.5wk program. REALESTATE OR ALE or engine. /Covered
classifieds.com. No Experience. Local job placement NEW ARIZONA LAND RUSH! 1 7100- Homes / or ae:Ford F150 SuperCabXT
assistance. Call it's HOT! (877)994- or 2-1/2 "Football Field" Sized Property ble 22 unit, quiet mobile chelins, 60K, 2wd, white,
9 7120 Commercial home park, under pecan Rock-N-Roll tonneau, run-
AUCTIONS 9904. Lots! $0 Down. $0 Interest. $159- 7130- Condoownhouse trees, prime location. ning boards, tow package,
$208 per month! Money Back 7140 Farms & Ranches Owner financing, chrome wheels and quar-
7160 MLbile Homes/Lnts $550,000., 850-699-3599 ter panels. Bonifay.
AUCTION-REAL Estate, 1302 US Hurricanes Are Coming! Adjusters Guarantee! (877)466-2104 or www. 71-Mobe H es/Lot s 850-574-2775.
Hwy 98, Daphne, AL, (Eastern and Contractors needed Any sunsiteslandrush.com. 7180-Investment Last Used Doublewide,
Property 3BR/2BA w/new carpet,
Shore Mobile Bay) formerly auto level of experience. High earning 7190o-out-of-Town paint, appliances. Home T
Real Estate has fireplace. $27,900. Call
dealership175,000sf+/-(4+/-acres) potential. For more information NC MOUNTAINS 2+ acres with 7200- Tmeshare Brad@850-763-7780. ll 8140
29,000 +/- sf multi use building- Call (800)580-1146 or go to www. great view, very private, big trees, New 3BR/2BA 16x80 1998 Plymouth Grand
Aug 14 1:00 PM, GTAUCTIONS. jeladjuster.com. waterfalls & large public lake w/plywood floors, new Voyager (Expresso-3.3 ii-
COM, (800)996-2877, GRANGER, nearby, $49,500 call now (866)789- 71oo style kitchen. Set-up in- ter); 147,500 miles; re-
COM, (800)996-2877, GRANGER, nearby, $49,500 call now (866)789-CITIZEN cluded. $37,900. Call Brad cently tuned; clean.
THAGARD & ASSOCIATES, INC. INSTRUCTION 8535. LIQUIDATING @ 850763-7780. $3,500. Call 547-3391 for
& ASSOCIATES, INC. LIQUIDATING.an appointment.
Jack F Granger#873. Due to health. Two, 3BR/2BA 16x80 and
INCREASE YOUR Railroad hiring .Grand Opening Lakefront Sale! 7 1098 Orange Hill Road, one, 3BR/2BA 16x70. All
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES POTENTIAL!TrainatNARS,Overland Acres- $49,900. 8/09/08 Only. New Chipley, Florida. appliances, CH/A and 1
Park, KS. Complete training 4- to market! Spectacular, level 7 acre hardwood floor, above set-up. Bank said make an
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