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County advertises school budget, millage rates


JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afelsberg @ chipleypaper.com
CHIPLEY The Washington
County Board of Education will
hold a hearing Monday night on a
tentative Fiscal Year 2008-09 bud-
get and millage rate. The meeting
will be at 5:30 p.m. at the School
District office in Chipley.
The tentative $99.034 million
budget includes $5.6 million in


federal funds, $26.5 million in
state funds, and $30 million in lo-
cal funds. Transfers in total about
$526,000 and the funds balance
from various sources totals $36.2
million.
The millage rate is' broken
down as follows:
Local effort: 5.177
Discretionary: 0.498
Supplemental discretionary:
0.250
Capital outlay: 1.750


Total: 7.675
No millage is necessary for
debt service.
The budget advertisement in
today's paper also contains de-
mographic and historical data:
Total federal, state and lo-
cal revenue increased from $28.7
million in 1997-98 to $44.6 mil-
.lion in 2007-08.
The number of students went
from 4,233 in 1997-98, to 3,956 in
2002-03 and 4,022 in 2007-08.


Revenue per student in-
creased from $5,781 in 1997-98 to
$9,472 in 2007-08.
Number of employees has
increased from 477 in 1997-98 to
652 in 2007-08.
Number of teaching per-
sonnel has increased from 308 in
1997-98 to 415 in 2007-08.
A more complete breakdown
of the budget is advertised in
today's Washington County News,
on Page 2


Cecilia Spears / Staff Writer
Britney Wright's friends and family were on hand Tuesday night for a candlelight vigil on the one-year anniversary
of her disappearance.

Hope still burning for Wright


CECILIA SPEARS
Staff Writer
ccspears @yahoo.com
VERNON A candlelight vigil
was held for Britney Wright on, July
22 from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. in the park
in downtown Vernon, to show that
the community is still working to-
gether to find her.
Wright disappearedwithout a trace
on July 22,2007. Tuesday the commu-
nity turned out to remember her and
pray and hope for her return.
With over 40 participants, the vigil


started with Pastor Dennis Boyett of
Liberty Church in Vernon giving the
opening speech.
There was an opportunity for
friends and family members to speak
about Britney; the first to speak was
Jamie Campbell, age 7 and grand-
daughter of Phyllis Coatney.
"We miss her very much and we
want her to come home really soon,"
said Campbell.
Another speaker was Jimmy Coat-
ney, Britney's grandfather.
"We miss her so very much and
we'll do anything to bring her back


home," said Coatney.
"You don't know how much it
means to have you all come out here
and show your support, thank you."
Washington County Sheriff Bobby
Haddock said, "We haven't given up
and we're imploring the public to,give
'us whatever they can to help solve
this case. Even if it seems too small
or insignificant, you never know if it'll
be that one piece of the puzzle that
makes the big picture whole."
Family members and friends wore
T-shirts with inquiries about Britney
See VIGIL, Page 4


'Turkey Man'

CECILIA SPEARS
Staff Writer
ccspears @yahoo.com
VERNON Henry "Tur-
key Man" Shipes, most
known for his appearance in
Vernon the Movie, passed
away June 25, but his legend
lives on.
Shipes was one of sev-
eral Vernon-area .residents
filmed by Academy Award,
winning direct Errol Morris
'A lot of people knew
him from seeing him in the
movie," said Jerry Brock,
cousin and a 911 dispatcher
for Washington County.
"People may have found
him funny, but he was seri-
ous, serious about hunting,
that is."
He also said that Shipes
was usually "laid-back and
didn't take things too seri-
ously," and that "there was
never a dull moment when
you were around him."
"He was a trickster and
a prankster; it was hard to
tell if he was embellishing a
story or if it really happened
like that," he continued.
"There was no doubt that
he was the best at keeping
someone's attention and
with him around, I don't
care who you are, he was
all the entertainment you'd
ever need."
Jeff Shipes, a cousin,
told some stories of Henry
See TURKEY MAN, Page 4


Hannah's donations growing


CECILIA SPEARS
Staff Writer
ccspears @yahoo.com


CHIPLEY-Northwest
Florida Community Hospi-
tal and Washington County
Council on Aging joined
forces and filled a five-gal-
lon water jug with can tabs.
On July 17,. they donated
the jug of tabs to Hannah
Finch, a six-year-old from
Vernon who is trying to raise
a million tabs for the Shri-
ners' Childrens Hospital in
Tampa.
"We're quite proud of lit-
tle Hannah's determination
to help others," said Joanie
Beard, director of nursing.
"We're pleased to have the
opportunity to help-her in
her endeavor." The collec-
tion of tabs is estimated to be


over 300,000 and still rising.
Including Hannah, there
were four generations at
the hospital to receive the
donation: Hannah, her
mother, grandmother and
great-grandmother.
"Hannah's such a spir-
ited young girl, she's man-
aged to impress us all with
her dedication," said Bush.
"She's more of a Shriners'
poster child or mascot now,
we're proud to have her with
us."
The Shriners have 22 hos-
pitals, nationwide. "Since
1922, more than 865,000
children with orthopedic
conditions, burns, spinal
cord injuries, cleft lip and
palate have received care at
Shriners' hospitals," stated
a Shriners' publication for
spring of 2008. "Children


up to age 18 are eligible for
care at Shriners' hospitals if,
in the opinion of our physi-
cians, they can benefit from
the specialized, services
available."
Alan Bush, a represen-
tative for the Shriners, was
present for the donation
and Jerry Haviland was on
hand to represent Council
on Aging.
Hannah's mother, DeDe,
said that if anyone wants a
jug to put in their work place,
or has a donation of tabs,
contact her at 850-726-0458.
"Thank you very much
for all of your .help," Han-
nah said to. all those collect-
ing tabs for her. 'And keep
saving your tabs for me."
The nationwide hotline
for the Shriners' Hospital is
1-800-237-5055.


Cecilia Spears / Staff Writer
Shown are, left to right, Jerry Haviland, Alan Bush,
Hannah Finch and Joanie Beard.


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2 Saturday, July 26, 2008 Washington County News


BUDGET SUMMARY
THE PROPOSED OPERATING BUDGET EXPENDITURES OF
THE SCHOOL BOARD OF WASHINGTON COUNTY ARE.14.9%
MORE THAN LAST YEAR'S TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURES
Fiscal Year 2008-2009


Proposed Millage Levy:

Local Effort:
Discretionary:
Supplemental Discretionary:


5.177
0.498
0.250


Capital Outlay
Debt Service


1.750
0.000


Total Millaae:


GENERAL SPECIAL CAPITAL ENTERPRISE INTERNAL TOTAL ALL
ESTIMATED REVENUES: FUND REVENUE DEBT SERVICE PROJECTS FUNDS SERVICE FUNDS

Federal Sources 456,684 4,549,531 566,263 5,572,478
State Sources 25,509,942 32,542 974,034 __26,516,518
Local Sources 7,480,274 642,839 1,806,766 20,254,035 30,183,914

TOTAL SOURCES 33,446,900' 5,224,912 0 2,780,800 20,820,298 0 62,272,910

Transfers in 329,531 146,196 50,000 525,727
Fund Balance (July 1, 2008) 10,505,047 81,356 8,933 7,325,362 17,320,178 994,637 36,235,513

TOTAL REVENUES & BALANCES $44,281,478 $5,452,464 $8,933 $10,106,162 $38,190,476 $994,637 $99,034,150

EXPENDITURES:

Instruction 26,096,502 1,695,279 $27,791,781
Pupil Personnel Service 1,173,000 1,009,542 $2,182,542
Instructional Media Services 604;055 4 $604,059
Instruction & Curriculum Services 412,189 65,385 $477,574
Instructional Staff Training 200,713 300,202 556,940 $1,057,855
Instruction Related Technology 685,436 __$685,436
Board of Education 500,944 $500,944
General Administration 221,884 109,478 9,323 $340,685
School Administration 2,793,696 2,000 $2,795,696
Facilities Acquisition & Construction 95,599 8,298,217 2,857 $8,396,673
Fiscal Services k522,821 $522,821
Food Service 19,760 1,893,758 $1,913,518
Central Services 276,442 20,474,979 $20,751,421
Pupil Transportation Services 2,428,214 62,955 $2,491,169
Operation of Plant 2,384,667 $2,384,667
Maintenance of Plant 1,621,770 22,200 $1,643,970
Administrative Technology Services 173,691 $173,691
Community Services 53,965 232,505 __$286,470
Debt Service $0
TOTAL EXPENDITURES $40,265,348 $5,371,108 $0 $8,298,217 $21,066,299 $0 $75,000,972
TRANSFERS OUT 196,196 329,531 $525,727
Fund Balances (June 30, 2009) 3,819,934 81,356 8,933 1,478,414 17,124,177 994,637 $23,507,451
TOTAL EXPENDITURES,
TRANSFERS & BALANCES $44,281,478 $5,452,464 $8,933 $10,106,162 $38,190,476 $994,637 $99,034,150
The tentative, adopted, and / or final budgets are on file in the office of the above mentioned taxing authority as a public record.


SCHOOL BOARD OF WASHINGTON COUNTY

HISTORICAL SUMMARY OF FINANCIAL AND DEMOGRAPHIC DATA

(TEN YEAR SUMMARY 1997-98, 2002-03, 2007-08)


Operating Revenue
*Total Current Operating Revenue
$50,000,000
$38.094.515
$40,000,000
S28 922 121
$30,000,000 2

$20,000,000 .

$10,000,000

$0
1997-98 2002-03 2007-08

Revenue per Student
Operating Revenue divided by Unweighted FTE
Students
$12,000
$9,472
$9,000 ------- 7
$7311
55.781 --
$6,000

$3,000

$0
1997-98 2002-03 2007-08


Fixed Capital Projects

$8,000,000
$7,000,000 ------
$6,000,0 00
$5,000,000 .
$4,000,000- -
$3,000,000,
$2,000,000 ,- S 57 03
$1,000,000
$0
1997-98 2002-03 2007-08

Number of Employees

800
652
600
477


1997-98 2002-03 2007-08

Teaching Personnel


., 415
450 J.. 2
300 309 328



150


0
1997-98 2002-03 2007-08


*Total current operating revenues have been reduced by Workforce Development funds in the amount of $3,524,089 in order to provide comparability
in the calculation of current operating revenues per UFTE. This adjustment is necessary due to the exclusion of adult programs from UFTE beginning
in 1997-98.


7.675


' Total Revenue
Federal, State and Local


$50,000,000

$40,000,000

$30,000,000

$20,000,000

$10,000,000


1997-98 2002-03 2007-08


Debt Service


$120,000

$90,000

$60,000

$30,000


Number of Students
Total Unweighted FTE Students

4,400
4,233
4,200 4,022
3.956
4,000

3,800
3,600

3,400
1997-98 2002-03 2007-08


1997-98 2002-03 2007-08


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Washington County News Saturday, July 26, 2008e 3


County cemetery stories


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PBS&J, with funding through The PBSJ Foundation, Inc., presented a $5,000 dona-
tion to the North Central Panhandle Education Foundation, Inc., to provide funds
for the Washington County Take Stock in Children program. PBS&J's Bill Howell,
Tommy Johns, and Tim Smith presented the check to Don Walters, president of the
North Central Panhandle Education Foundation, Inc., on July 2, at a ceremony held
at PBS&J's Chipley office.


Mentors set a
Take Stock in Children mentors are some
of the busiest people in Washington County.
They take time to volunteer their services to
mentor TSIC scholarship winners. Volun-
teers are: Cynthia Aycock, Tommy Johns,
Tracey Sullivan, Tom Bowen, Fred Lavender,
Alma Vann, Virgie Bowen, Jeanne Lavender,
Stacy Webb, Vann Brock, Linda Little, West-
ley Webb, Dorothy Brooks, Nancy LyBrand,
Chris Welch, Make Canizaro, Julia Morales,
Shawn Caraway, Catherine Nelson, Curtis


high standard
Carter, Kyle Newsom, Ricky Carter, Tommy
Pepper, Linda Ellis, Tamara Pezanowski,
Enille Everett, Tonya Pippin, Olin Gilbert,
Jennifer Reupke, Sue Harcus, Gail Riley, Ger-
ald Haviland, Susan Roberts, John Hawkins,
Charlotte Sapp, Tracie Herbert, Tim Smith,
Michelle Hetzel, Sandy Solger, Bill'Howell
and Calvin Stevenson.
For more information on becoming a men-
tor, call North Central Panhandle Education
Foundation at 850-638-8565 or 850-527-9274.


More cemetery stories
are being passed along to the
WCN.
This one comes from a
lifelong Chipley resident who
verified the stories of the
"witch" and the glass coffin.
He spent many days in the
late fifties and early sixties
riding bikes in the cemetery,
and participated in uncover-
ing of the glass top grave. He
said no vandalism occurred,
and they we just curious kids
who got scared to look once
the grave was uncovered.
He also confirmed the
"witch" grave. He said he
has been up to the cemetery
since the story was run, and
he was unable to locate the
grave. He believes the head-
stone or burial has been cor-
rected. He wondered if any-
one knows what happened to
it?
He. passed along stories
of parking on Cemetery Hill
until the wee hour of 10 p.m.!
For those guys who had trou-
ble with their starters in their
hotrods, they would park fac-
ing east on the hill. When it
came time to leave, he would


release the parking brake,
put the car in neutral, coast
to the end of the hill, and
then throw the car in gear to
"jump start" it.
The best story he told was'
concerning the "ghost" of a
deer. It seems that the largest
deer in Washington County
was supposed to reside in the
cemetery, and his "rack" was
legend. After hearing story
after story from police who
saw the deer gracing at night


Contributed Photo
among the tombstones, he
made it his mission to hide
out all night at the cemetery.
, He went one cold night,
waited for the deer, and wait-
ed to fire the perfect shot to
kill the deer. Our storyteller
says that the deer was legend
as far as he was concerned
because he nearly froze to
death waiting on the deer to
show! He knows of no one
else who attempted to kill
the deer.


NOTICE OF

BUDGET HEARING

The Washington County District School Board
will soon consider a budget for 2008-2009.
A public hearing to make a DECISION on the
budget AND TAXES will be held on
July 28, 2008 at 5:30 P.M.
at the

Washington County District School Board
Office Meeting Room
652 Third Street
Chipley, Florida,


Notice Of Tax For

School Capital Outlay

The Washington County School District will soon consider a measure to impose a 1.7500 mill property tax for
the capital outlay projects listed herein.

This tax is in addition to the school board's proposed tax of 7.675 mills for operating expenses and is proposed
solely at the discretion of the school board.

The capital outlay tax will generate approximately $1,806,766.00 to be used for the following projects:

CONSTRUCTION AND REMODELING
Athletic Field Restrooms at Chipley High School
Remodel Classrooms at Chipley High School
Remodel Alternative Education Classrooms
Multi-Purpose Building at Chipley High School
30 Classrooms at Kate M. Smith Elementary School
Remodel Cafeteria at Kate M. Smith Elementary School
Remodel Library at Kate M. Smith Elementary School
Kate M. Smith Elementary School Master Plan
Athletic Field Restrooms at Vernon High School
30 Classrooms at Vernon Elementary School
Vernon Elementary School Master Plan
Vernon Elementary School Bus Loop
Remodel Classrooms at Vernon Elementary School
Consolidated Bus Barn
Vernon High School Restroom, Press Box, & Concession Stand
MAINTENANCE, RENOVATIONS, AND REPAIRS
Maintenance of Various School and District Plants / Roof Repairs
Athletic Fields Lighting (New & Updates)
Renovate Classrooms at Chipley High School
Renovate Alternative Education Classrooms
Renovate Classrooms at Vernon Elementary School
Motor Vehicle Purchases
Purchase of Four (4) School Buses
NEW AND REPLACEMENT EQUIPMENT
School and District Plant Furniture and Equipment
PAYMENT OF COSTS OF COMPLIANCE WITH ENVIRONMENTAL STATUTES
AND REGULATIONS
Asbestos Abatement / Removal
Removal of Hazardous Waste
PAYMENT OF PREMIUMS FOR PROPERTY AND CASUALTY INSURANCE NECESSARY TO
INSURE THE EDUCATIONAL & ANCILLARY PLANTS OF THE SCHOOL DISTRICT
PAYMENT OF COSTS OF LEASING RELOCATABLE EDUCATIONAL FACILITIES
Relocatables at Chipley High School
Relocatables at Kate M. Smith Elementary
Relocatables at Vernon High School
Relocatables at Vernon Middle School
Relocatables at Roulhac Middle School
Relocatables at Vernon Elementary School

All concerned citizens are invited to a public hearing to be held on July 28, 2008, at 5:30 PM in the School
Board Meeting Room, 652 Third Street, Chipley, FL.

A DECISION on the proposed CAPITAL OUTLAY TAXES will be made at this hearing.

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Back to school at
Gilmore Park
The youth department of Fifth United Ho-
liness Church will sponsor the back to school
celebration on Saturday, Aug. 2, at 10 a.m. at
Gilmore Park in Chipley. Events include speak-
ers, singers and praise dance teams. There'll
also be lots of food, fun and fellowship.
Parents are urged to take their young chil-
dren and encourage their teenagers to stop by
the park and enjoy the fellowship.

FHP inspection
checkpoints
Florida Highway Patrol will conduct driver
license and vehicle inspection checkpoints dur-
ing the month of June on the roadways listed
below in Holmes, Jackson and Washington
counties.
Recognizing the danger presented to the
public by defective vehicle equipment, troop-
ers will concentrate their efforts on vehicles'
being operated with defects such as bad brakes,


worn tires and defective lighting equipment. In
addition, attention will be directed to drivers
who would violate the driver license laws of
Florida.
Officers will be on State Roads No. 2, 10,
69, 71, 73, 77, 79, 81, 273, 276, 277, and 286
during the month.
County roads with inspection points include
No. 69A, 162, 164, 165, 165A, 167, 169, 173,
177, 177A, 179, 181, 185, 271, 276, 279, 280,
284, and Snow Hill Road.
The Patrol has found these checkpoints to
be an effective means of enforcing the equip-
ment and driver license laws of Florida while
ensuring the protection of all riotorists.

Committee
meeting
'The Sunny Hills/Oak Hill MSBU Advisory
Committee will meet on Tuesday, Aug. 12, at
6:30 p.m. in the Board of County Commission-
ers meeting room at the County Annex build-
ing on South Blvd, Chipley. Scheduled agenda
is the Fiscal Year 2008/2009 Budget.


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4 Saturday, July 26, 2008 Washington County News


Natural gas pipeline coming soon to a county near you


CECILIA SPEARS
Staff Writer
ccspears@yahoo.com

CHIPLEY The Washington County
Board of County Commissioners met Thurs-
day, with one issue being a 5,000-mile pipe-
line system making its way through Washing-
ton County.
Presenting the pipeline project to the
Board was Rick Greg, President of Florida
Gas Transmission. Greg made a power point
presentation.
One point was cleared up early in the
presentation.
"Just to be clear," said Board Chairman
Joel Pate, "this project doesn't need the ap-
proval of the county commission to continue,
right?"
"That is correct," said Greg. "It doesn't."
He explained that a 5,000-mile, 36-inch
pipeline with 282 delivery points and over
50 interconnections "would provide up to
1,000,000 Mcf/d (mcf= 1,000 cubic inches


of gas a"d d=per day) of incremental trans-
portation service capacity into Florida." This
project is to run from Alabama to central
and south Florida.
"The demand for natural gas has rose ex-
ponentially since years before and our proj-
ect is here to make sure that the supply of
gas will meet the potentially large demand in
the future," said Greg.
The Florida Energy Regulatory Commis-
sions (FERC) schedule for the pipeline is as
follows: open season process complete: Jan.
14 Feb. 15, 2008; filed FERC pre-filing re-
quest: March 6, 2008; public scoping meet-
ings: June 3 -12,2008; file FERC certificate:
Fall 2008; FERC approved: Fall 2009; com-
mence construction: January 2010; target,in-
service date: Spring 2011.
"These pipes will be monitored on a year-
ly basis, even though they have an expansion
date that surpasses a century, when properly
maintained," said Greg.
"What about eminent domain?" asked
Commissioner Eddie Holman.


"We only use that as a last resort and we
have to have authorization first," said Greg.
"First we will try to work with the landown-
ers and give them a fair deal."
One of those opposed to the pipeline was
Nan Thompson.
"Last month I appeared before the com-
mission requesting that we be allowed to
form a gas pipeline committee to work with
you," said Thompson. "This was granted and
so the committee has been formed."
Thompson said that "the information giv-
en to us from FGT is still vague and unclear,
with no definite lines of where and when the
project will begin," and most of the landown-
ers were not notified of the pipeline.
"I personally drove the entire county
this past week, talking with people from
Caryville, Hinson's Crossroads, Wausau,
Vernon and Chipley to find that property
owners are still unaware of what's going on
and some of these people are actually on the
pipeline routs," said Thompson. "Washing-
ton County is the second biggest hit county


that includes over 58 miles from Washington
and Calhoun County. With this in mind, why
do we have to beg for information?"
Also speaking against the pipeline was
Vernon resident, Debra Horvath, who said
she asked the FGT what was going to happen
to her natural springs if they decided to put
in a pipeline and she said they replied with,
"we know how to handle natural springs."
"That was a very vague answer and it
worries me because I know I can't trust these
people to do what's best for us," Horvath
said. "We just want you to ask them the im-
portant question: 'Is this going to be what's
best for the county's residents?'"
Thompson told the commissioners that if
they were to ask the FGT for a public meet-
ing, they said that they would have to com-
ply. The Board agreed to send a request to
the FGT for a public meeting and.the, date
of that meeting would be released as more
information is obtained.
More coverage of the Board meeting at
www.chipleypaper.com


TURKEY MAN
Continued from page 1

Shipes' adventures
which seemed to -.
gain him the admi- t i
ration of all who
were around him.
"He'd pull fraTmv.,
something outra-
geous and it always
worked out for him
and always left us
in awe," Shipes
said. "When Henry
played pranks, they
were always harm-
less and when he The cover of Vernon, The
went on some fiasco, Movie. Shipes is pictured
he'd stick his neck at the upper right.
out, but not enough
to get into any real trouble."
He said that once, when he was young, they
were going on a trip to a family reunion in Co-
lumbus, Ga., and Henry refused to get in the ve-
hicle to go.
"Henry said he was going to race us up there by
hitch-hiking the whole way, so we left him'behind,
Shipes said. "When we got there, sure enough,
he was already working on his second helping."
Brock said that if anyone took a strong enough
interest in Shipes, it would be the staff of the
Florida Fish and Wildlife, especially the game
warden.
"Henry's life seemed to revolve around hunt-
ing and he was unusually keen, almost at home
even, in the woods," said Brock. "Sometimes
he'd do things a little on the 'illegal' side, nothing
harmful, but I think it was the thrill of the chase
that made him keep doing it."
Shipes said that Henry was as familiar with the
game warden as the game warden was with him.
"There was this one time when his buddy, Snake,
told Henry that the warden leaves his car unat-
tended at this one place and suggested that they
do something to it," he said. "But old Henry, he
had a better idea, the next time they ran into the
game warden they told him that they had seen
someone messing with his car and when the war-
den left to check on it, they got their guns and
left."
Shipes said, "He was a serious fisherman and
liked to keep the best spots to himself, so if he
said that the shell crackers were biting south of
the creek, you knew to go north," and "He was
always looking for a way to make an extra dime,
so he'd go to his aunt's stocked pond and ask to
fish, after catching some he'd come back and try
to sell the fish back to her."
"He didn't mean anything by it though, it just
made him that much more of a character," said
Brock. "Henry ended up marrying a girl that was
"another him, only in a female body," someone
who took the same strong interests, especially
fishing and hunting."
"You could just see the two of them coming
across a flock of 12 or more turkeys and they'd
each hit four. or five of them before the turkeys
could get away," said Shipes. "It amazed me that
he even got married; he always reminded me of
those old Elvis movies where the guy was loved
by all these girls but always left them because he
was a wanderer, not tied down to any one thing
or person."
Shipes and Brock agreed that when his wife
passed away, Henry wasn't the same "happy-go-
lucky guy" he used to be and that his health went
on a steady decline.
"Itwas like someone was just draining the blood
from him every day after that," said Shipes.
According to Shipes, Snake attended Henry's
funeral and at some point he gave a little gobble,
to which the preacher said "amen to that."
"Henry might not be here, but his memory will
probably out-live us all," said Brock.


Habitat holds 6th groundbreaking


'JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afelsberg@chipleypaper.com

CHIPLEY Morris Street
will have another new home in
a few months as Washington
County Habitat for Humanity
held its sixth groundbreaking
Thursday afternoon.
Rosiah Baker and her chil-
dren, Amari, six, Attmani,
three and Tyanna, 10 months,
were on hand to take part in
the groundbreaking for their
new home. Pastor Luther
Farmer of New Hope Bap-
tist Church in 'Two Egg, and
Rosiah's grandparents, Isaiah
and Rosie Potter, were also
on hand for the ceremony.
Property on Morris Street
was donated to Habitat a few
years ago and this is the third
home to be built there.
"I want to thank everybody,
especially Habitat, for helping
me become a homeowner,"
Rosiah said, "not just for my-
self but for my children."
The pad and other work
have already been done, and
the first workday to begin
framing the home will be Sat-
urday, Aug. 2 at 7 a.m.
Also on hand was Tabitha
Sylvester, who was recipient
of home number five. Her


Jay Felsberg / Staff Writer
Ground is broken for Habitat for Humanity home number six in Chipley. Left to right: Habitat
VP Steve Whittington, President Gail Davis, Pastor Luther Farmer, Rosiah Baker, Amani Baker,
David Ridley and Treasurer Ted Spangenberg.


home is right next door to
project number six.
According to the organi-
zation's website, Habitat for
Humanity International is a
nonprofit, ecumenical Chris-
tian housing ministry. HFHI
seeks to eliminate poverty
housing and homelessness
from the world, and to make
decent shelter a matter of
conscience, and action. Habi-
tat invites people of all back-
grounds, races and religions
to build houses together in
partnership with families in
need.
Habitat has built more


than 250,000 houses around
the world, providing more
than one. million people in
more than 3,000 communities
with safe, decent, affordable
shelter. Millard Fuller found-
ed Habitat in 1976.
Through volunteer labor
and donations of money and
materials, Habitat builds and
rehabilitates simple, decent
houses with the help of the
homeowner (partner) fami-
lies. Habitat houses are sold
to partner families at no prof-
it and financed with afford-
able loans. The homeowners'
monthly mortgage payments


are used to build still more
houses. Habitat is not a give-
away program. In addition
to a down payment and the
monthly mortgage payments,
homeowners invest hundreds
of hours of their own labor
- sweat equity into build-
ing their Habitat house and
the houses of others.
Volunteers are always wel-
come and volunteers are es-
pecially needed at the Habitat
thrift store on Main Street in
Chipley. For information, call
415-5600 or 638-1190.
Video of the groundbreak-
ing at www.chipleypaper.com


JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afelsberg@chipleypaper.com

CHIPLEY A group of
organizations introduced an
ordinance Thursday night for
a new intervention program
for at-risk youth. Washing-
ton County Board of County
Commissioners approved the
program at its regular month-
ly meeting.
Capt. James Barnes of the
Washington County Sheriff's
Office was on hand to explain
the' program. Panhandle Area
EducationalConsortium,Flor-
ida State University's Center
for Prevention Research, and
the Washington County Fam-
ily and Community Council
are partnering to implement
the "Guiding Students Toward


VIGIL
Continued from page 1
and her face on them, and as they lit candles
Marsha Harris sang "Amazing Grace."
Brittney Watson, girlfriend of Britney's
brother, was among the participants wear-
ing the T-shirts. "We love her and miss
her," Watson said, choking back tears. "We
just want her home."
Donna Ross said she was impressed by


Safe and Healthy Choices"
program. The object is to re-
duce the number of referrals
from schools to the Depart-
ment of Juvenile Justice, and
reduce the disproportionate
number of minority youth go-
ing through the juvenile jus-
tice system.
Barnes said the programs
has the support of all the
judges, and is also designed
to involve parents in solving
problems their children are
involved in.
"The ordinance (based on
statute 984.02) provides the
teeth to get parents involved,"
Barnes said. "Hopefully they
will have enough involve-
ment with their children to
attend." At least one parent
must participate but all the
child's caregivers are invited


to participate.
Students would be trained
in the "Life Skills Training"
curriculum focusing on the
best ways of dealing with
anxiety and peer pressure to
smoke, drink or do drugs. Par-
ents would be trained in the
"Guiding Good Choices" cur-
riculum to strengthen family
bonds and reduce risk factors
associated with teenage drug
use.
The program is funded by
DJJ and is supported by the
School Board, WCFAC, Teen
Court and the Sheriff's Of-
fice. Input was received from
a number of sources for train-
ing,, the referral system and
the trainers (Julia Morales,
Milton Brown, CeCe Baur and
alternate Cathy Streckwald).
The School Board will im-


the turn out and knew something would
come about soon.
"God is in the business of miracles,
in that I have no doubt and if I could say
something to Britney or other lost children
out there, it would be: It doesn't matter
what situation you're in and you think you
have no one to turn to, you're wrong," said
Ross.
"That is what family and friends are for,
that is what a community is for; there is


plement the program in the
2008 fall semester:
*Target group is sixth-
through-ninth-grade students
without documents charges
with DJJ.
Course will be taught
Tuesday Oct. 28 and Nov. 4,
11,18, 25 at Vernon Middle
School.
Course is available for
20 students and parents per
semester; parents who do not
participate completely will be
issued a civil citation with a
fine of up to $500.
*Referrals are through
Teen Court; if Teen Court
does not fill all 20 slots prin-
cipals would be allowed to
refer a student through Teen
Court.
*Trainers would do a six-
month follow-up.


nothing we can't work through.".
Phyllis said that there was such a net-
work of "helping hands" to help here with
the vigil.
"But a special thanks goes to Anita
Weeks; if it wasn't for her, this wouldn't
be possible because she practically put this
event together and saw it through while I
was away."
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Washington County News Saturday, July 26, 2008 5


Possum Festival

Put on your dancing shoes for a full day
of bluegrass, country and gospel music

A full day of bluegrass, country and to own one of the fiesty little creatures
gospel music will be presented Satur- or even just touch one. Politicians,
day, Aug. 2, at Wausau Possum Palace who will probably be featured as spe-
where the 39th annual Funday and Pos- cial speakers, usually bid on the caged
sum Festival will be held. mean-looking marsupials.
Providing entertainment will be Hog calling' for the kids, as well as
Royal City of Dothan, Ala., Swiftwater rooster crowing and cow lowing compe-
of Altha, Heritage Quartet of titions will be featured next.
-Chipley, Cottondale and Al- Horse shoe pitching will
tha, and Johnna Kay Pierce be available all day. Also
of Westville. Events begin available will be arts and
Saturday's events be- on Saturday crafts booths which set up at
gin with a pancake break- noon on Friday and remain in
fast sponsored by Wausau Aug. 2 with place through Saturday after-
Masonic Lodge. It will be a pancake noon. Nice unusual gift items
held at the lodge in down- breakfast can be found at these booths,
town Wausau from 6-9 a.m. along with good food. For
Pancakes, sausage and cof- sponsored more information or setting
fee can be enjoyed for a $4 by Wausau up a booth, call 850-260-5740
donation. or 850-638-1781.
The 5K run/walk known as Masonic Ileauty, and not so pretty,
the Possum Trot, and the one- Lodge. pageants took place just be-
mile fun run/walk will begin fore Funday and the winners
at 7:30 a.m. For more infor- will be featured in the parade
mation, call.850-773-2030. and, perhaps the children's
Invocation and welcome will take competitions. The Possum King &
place at the Possum Palace at 9 a.m. Queen ride in the parade and spend
Then; everyone will move to High- time at the Possum Palace talking with
way 77 where the big parade through visitors.
downtown Wausau will begin at 10 The annual Funday Festival is al-
a.m. There's no registration needed ways held the first Saturday in August.
for participation in the parade. "Just Sponsors are the Tourist Development
be there," says Margaret Riley, who Council of Washington County, Wausau
will answer questions for those calling Volunteer Fire Department, Wausau
850-638-1781. Development Club and the Town of
Back at the Possum Palace, and Wausau.
more importantly, out of the hot sun, The Possum Palace is located just
members of Boy Scout Troop 39 will off Highway 77 in downtown Wausau.
conduct a flag-raising ceremony. It will It's 10 miles south of the 1-10 exit in
be followed by the "world famous" pos- Chipley. There'll be lots of signs you
sum auction when guests have a chance won't miss it.


Roulhac WINGS Program flying high


The Roulhac Middle School WINGS
Program held a family literacy event to-
ward the end of the last school year, with
June Logue, Parent Services Resource
specialist from PAEC, presenting "Stay-
ing Involved.".


WINGS students also displayed art
posters they had created. A drawing was
held for parents in attendance, and the
winner was presented a $50 cash prize
from local business partner, Ronnie B.
Finch, of Ronnie B GOODS in Chipley.


2003
5 Years Ago
A beauty pageant spon-
sored by Esto Fire Depart-
ment would highlight the
area's 2003 Two Toe Tom
celebration.
Laura Shelton was
crowned Miss Funday'dur-
ing a Wausau competition.
Washington County
Commissioners agreed to
a written lease agreement
for the old Roulhac School
which housed a neighbor-
hood center.:
Taylor Carter was named
king during the Jr. Funday
King pageant. Runners-up
were Drew Peacock and
Jonathan Rice.
An astronaut with ties
to Washington County was
elected to the Gulf Power
board of directors. Winston
E, Scott became an astro-
naut in 1992 and completed
two shuttle missions and
three space walks.

1998
10 Years Ago
Washington County
Board of Public Instruc-
tion received a check for
$5,768.79 as part of the
distribution of receipts from
Pine Log State Forest.
Samantha Holley was
crowned Miss Watermelon
during the annual beauty
pageant. Runners-up were
Angela Sapp and Misty
Dykes.
Construction of Grand-
view Living, an assisted liv-
ing home, was underway.
Ashley and Amber Rob-
erts received Outstanding
Citizenship trophies during
the fifth-grade awards day
at Kate Smith Elementary
School.
Ground was broken for
Washington Square Shop-
ping Center on Main Street
in Chipley.
Phil Flater was voted
"Teacher of the Year" at
Roulhac Middle School.

1978
30 Years Ago
Serving the Chipley
Council of Telephone
Pioneers as president was
Wayne Hardy. Mrs. Mary
Joyner was vice president.


The three'story build-
ing which once housed the
Shivers Hotel, was being
renovated by Tom Cook
as a restaurant and motel
complex.
Kim Nixon was chosen as
Little Miss Chipley in an an-
nual competition sponsored
by Chipley Woman's Club.
Faye McCravy and Pam
Darling received prizes
from Washington-Holmes
Cattlemen's Association for
being the best lady cattle
judges on the group's an-
nual tour.
Roy Lee Carter was ap-
pointed manager of Florida
First Bank's Vernon branch.

1968
40 Years Ago
Members of Vernon's
cheerleading team Brenda
Mitchell, Shirlana Folmar,.
Peggy Johnson, Sabra Ow-
ens, and Donna Sue Brock,-
were attending a week-long
clinic in Leesburg. Linda
'Baker and Sheila Chestnut
also were members of the
Vernon team.

1958
50 Years Ago
The Rev. and Mrs. Or-
den Rice and Miss Gladys
Fay Rice of Arcadia were
guests of local friends. The
Rev. Rice, a former pastor,
officiated at the Prescott-
Huckaby wedding ceremony
Saturday afternoon.
Attending Methodist
Camp at Blue Lake, Ala.,
were Malaney Wood, Susan
Gibson, Linda Harrell,
Mary Ann Braxton, Tulley


Sapp and Wendell Harrison.
Guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Hoyt Armstrong were Mr.
and Mrs. Luther Mobly of
Vicksburg, Miss.
70 YEARS AGO, 1938
Th Rev. and Mrs.' Clif-
ford Walker and daughter,
Mary Ruth, were visiting
relatives in different parts of
Alabama.
Alma Butler, who had
been attending school at
the University of Virginia,
returned home. Before
coming back, she visited
Miss Melba Hutchison in
Baltimore, Md., and Mrs.
Flora Mitchell in Atlanta,
Ga..

1908
100 Years Ago
Dr. Neal Williams of Chi-
pley, who graduated from
an Atlanta Dental School
and worked in Homerville,
Ga., for a year, returned
home to open a dental of-
fice in the Cook building.
Mr. and Mrs. L.L. Pierce
and Bertha Hale made a
trip to the Cumming Ranch
near Neal's Landing.
Karnley L. Johnson Jr. of
New Orleans, La., was visit-
ing his grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. L. E. Johnson.
Eddie Everett said he
would soon be moving into
his home in Compass Lake.

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Among those attending the WINGS Program are from left; Ronnie B. Finch, Liza Tice,
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The Next Lap


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Aug. 3 Aug. 2 Aug. 9 Aug. 2
Pocono Montreal Nashville Pocono
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Cross 500 200 200 200

Toyota gets pulled back
Though results of recent Series Rule Book
dynamometer tests showed The effect of the change is to
greater parity between the limit air flow to the engine,
Nationwide Series engines of thereby reducing horsepower,
Toyota and those of other man- by narrowing the diameters of
ufacturers, NASCAR issued a holes in the tapered spacer
technical bulletin informing NASCAR introduced into the
teams of a rule change that will series this year. Installed at the
reduce Toyota's horsepower. intake of an engine, the spacer
"At all Events, unless other- functions as a restrictor plate.
wise specified, all engines with The smaller the holes in the
a cylinder bore spacing less spacer, the lower the horsepow-
than 4.470 inches must compete er.
using a tapered spacer with four Specifically, the rule change
(4) 1.125-inch diameter holes. requires engines with a cylinder
At all Events, unless otherwise bore spacing of 4.470 inches or
specified, all engines with a more to run a tapered spacer
cylinder bore spacing of 4.470 with four holes measuring
inches or more must compete 1.100 inches each in diameter,
using a tapered spacer with four compared with the 1.125-inch
(4) 1.100-inch diameter holes. holes previously required.
Unless otherwise authorized, Toyota engines currently are the
the carburetor restrictor will be" only ones in use in the
issued by NASCAR." Nationwide Series that feature a
-- Amendment to Section cylinder bore spacing of 4.470
20A -- 5.10.4, Nationwide inches or more.


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Bubble

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


124
TOYOTA 24

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; 99


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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
J0J. Yeley 1,256


_--,'t- 'NASCAK
Tony Stewart (left) and his Home Depot crew celebrate last year's win at Indianapolis by kissing the famed yard of
bricks at the start/finish line.


Back home again in Indiana


By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazette.com

Tony Stewart grew up dreaming of,
winning at Indianapolis. But the former |J
USAC Champion also dreamed of :"
victory lane on Memorial Day A
weekend instead of NASCAR.
Instead, the Rushville, Ind., 1 _
native has won twice in the
last three visits to the,
Brickyard as a Sprint,
Cup Series driver and .ll
ironically is looking
to become a three-
time winner this
Sunday.
"You are proud to go
back, especially after the first win because I
don't think we got to really enjoy the first win
as much as we did the second year," said
Stewart. "I think the first year is more of just
a huge weight being lifted off our
shoulders that we accomplished a o
life long dream of ours, and I
think last year was a chance for
us to really enjoy it with our",
team.
"We were able to enjoy the winK b
that night versus the emotional
drain of just finally accomplishing a
goal like it was the first time."
While Stewart is working towards his.
goal of visiting victory lane with Joe Gibbs
Racing, the former two-time Sprint Cup
Series Champion
has to get ready
for his new role in I
NASCAR.
Last week ,o.~ .


Track Turn

Facts 9


Stewart made the worst kept secret in the garage area official
when he announced he would be a driver/owner to form
Stewart-Hass Motorsports.
So, has he figured out some of the things his new team
,will need next season to be a championship contender?
"I1 haven't fully been able to figure it out yet, obvi-
ouslu." said Stewart, who is expected to announce his
Sponsor (Office Depot and Old Spice) and number (No.
141 tlus weekend. "Last week we were on vacation and I
did have my first team meeting with the guys at the
Shop. You know it was just nice to get that
first meeting out of the way.
"I am not sure I fully understand what
is holding them back right now. I do
think they have good resources, and it is
just a matter of figuring out where the
break is in the system."
', Many, this season, have wondered
why Stewart hasn't won this sea-
son, but now that the pressure is
off the Toyota No. 20 could
find its way to victory lane
very soon since Stewart has
,made his intentions known.
"I think (the announcement)
has taken a lot of the pressure
"off," said Stewart. "I mean,
obviously,. I have had a great
race team, and still have a great
race team at Gibbs right now.
"You know we have battled a
lot of adversity in the last nine and
a half years, and you know when
your guys don't know what you
are going to do for sure, and you
don't know what you are
going to do for sure. It
makes it a little bit tense,
but I think we have all
I made the most of it."


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Turn 1
90


Backstretch: 3,300 feet / 0


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2007 Pole Winner (mph)
Reed Sorenson 184.270
2007 Race Winner (mph)
Tony Stewart- 117.379
Track Qualifying Record
Reed Sorenson 184.270 m.p.h.
(2007)
Track Race Record
Bobby Labonte 155.912 m.p.h.
(2000)


After LifeLock.com 400 After Dodge Dealers 250


Driver
1. Kyle Busch
2. Dale Earnharc
3. Jeff Burton
4. Carl Edwards
5. Jimmie Johnso
6. Jeff Gordon
7. Greg Biffle
8. Matt Kenseth
9. Kevin Harvick
10. Tony Stewart


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Behind
Leader
-262
-291
-372
-387
-497
-563
-564
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Driver'
Clint Bowyer
Brad Keselowski
Carl Edwards
David Reutimann
David Ragan
Mike Bliss
Kyle Busch
Mike Wallace
David Stremme


-576 10. Jason Keller


Frontstretch: 3,330 feet / 00


After Built Ford Tough 225


Behind Driver
Leader 1. Johnny Benson
-170 2. Matt Crafton
-201 3. Ron Hornaday
-266 4. Rick Crawford
-360 5. Mike Skinner
-434 6. Todd Bodine
-474 7. Terry Cook
-601 8. Eric Darnell
-644 9. Jack Sprague
-664 10. Dennis Setzer


Behind
Leader
-1
-5
-92
-101
-111
-186
-200
-206
-227


After Kentucky ARCA 150
Driver Behind
1. Ricky Stenhouse, Jr. Leader
2. Scott Speed -90
3. Matt Carter -123
4. Frank Kimmel -130
5. Justin Allgaier -285
6. Tom Hessert III -370
7. John Wes Townley -400
8. Tayler Malsamn -440
9. Dexter Bean -500
10. Patrick Sheltra -515


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Suite 104 Case No.: 67-07-CP-069 DERSIGNED, APPOINTED Township 2 North, Range However, the Department 850-638-7304 very little, $225.00 aday. 263-0313.
ANNOUNCEMENTS Dania Beach, Fl 33004 Probate Division IN SAID 14 West, Washington may not always grant a re- Weight bench w/weights, Other
Telephone: (954) 920-4000 IN RE: ESTATE OF DECREE, WILL ON THE County, Florida. quest for a public meeting. $100.00.
1100- Legal Advertising Telefacsimile: (954) MARIAN F PARKER, 12TH DAY OF AUGUST, Parcel contains 11.1 acres Therefore, written com- U- 850-326-3046. Mystery Shoppers, get
1120- Public Notices/ 920-2999 Deceased. 2008, AT 12:00 NOON, IN more or less. ments should be submit- paid to shop p Retail/dining
Announcements As published in the Wash- NOTICE TO CREDITORS FRONT OF T-HE WASH- ted within 30 days of publi- | 3220 establishments need un-
1130 Adoptions ington County News July The ancillary administra- INGTON COUNTY Information concerning cation of this notice, even re & Mattresses derercover clients to judge
1140 Happy Ads 19,26,2008. tion of the estate of Marian COURTHOUSE DOOR IN this proposed develop- if a public meeting is re- Furniture & Mattresses derercover clients to judge
1150 Personals F. Parker, deceased, THE CITY OF CHIPLEY, ment and Application for quested. Low, low, lowove head3310 quality customer $150service.
1160 Lost whose date of death was FLORIDA, OFFER FOR Special Exception are If a pubic meeting is guarantees lo w, lowtFu Music lessons, piano, Call(888)-523-1013.
1170 Found IN THE CIRCUIT COURT November 23, 2006; is SALE AND SELL AT PUB- available for review at the scheduled the public com- prices. P&S Discount Fur- bass, guitar, flute, violin, Call (888)-523: 013.
S OF THE 14TH JUDICIAL pending in the Circuit LIC OUTCRY TO THE Washington County Plann- ment period is extended nature, Chipley. (Since mandolin, banjo, drums; Professional
S CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR Court for Washington HIGHEST BIDDER, THE ing Commission Office at until the close of the public 1973) 850-638-4311 wanted used instruments,
WASHINGTON COUNTY,' County, Florida, Probate FOLLOWING DESCRIBED 1331 South Boulevard, meeting. If a public meet- collectables, ebay sales. The Deltona Corporation
1100 FLORIDA Division; File Number PROPERTY, SITUATED, Chipley, Florida. ing is held any person may _,. Covington Music Real Estate Sales Position
IN THE CIRCUIT- COURT CIVIL DIVISION 67-07-CP-069; the address LYING AND BEING IN submit oral or written 850-638-5050 in Sunny Hills. No pro-
OF THE 14TH JUDICIAL CASE NO.: 67-2008-CA46 of which is Post Office Box WASHINGTON COUNTY, Pursuant to the provisions statements and data at the | | 850-557-1918 specting. Leads come to
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR CHASE HOME FINANCE, 647, Chipley, Florida FLORIDA: of the Americans with Dis- meeting on the Depart- 3230 -ou. Must have a real es-
WASHINGTON COUNTY, LLC, 32528. The names and ad- Beginning at the intersec- abilities Act, any person ment proposed action. As Barnyard Sale: JD Trac- tate license. Sales experi-
'FLORIDA Plaintiff, dresses of the Ancillary tion of the North line of requiring special accom- a result of significant pub- tors, hay equipment, etc ence helpful, but not nec-
CIVIL DIVISION vs. Personal Representative Section 9, Township 2 modations to participate in lic comment the Depart- July 31st August 2nd, 3320 essary. Weekends re-
CASE NO. 67-08-CA-122 THOMAS BRUCKNER, II, and the Ancillary Personal North, Range 15 West and these meetings is asked to ment final action may be 8a.m. until 1178 North Hwy Leola Brock Nurseries quired. Fax resume to
et, al, Representative's attorney the West right of way line advise the County at different from the position 79, Bonifay. 850-263104 LLC Plants, trees ad 50)773-24 or Call
INDYMAC BANK, FS.B. Defendants. are set forth below, of State Road S-277, 850-638-6200 at least 48 taken by it in this draft per- ees an Brooke at (850)773-2823.
Plaintiff, All creditors of the Dece- thence South along said hours before the meeting. mit. shrubs. Landscape design,
vs. NOTICE OF ACTION dent and other persons West right of way line "If any person decides to The permit application file Big Yard Sale in Esto, 4th landscape contracting, iri- ..
WAYNE EDWARDS; TO: THOMAS having claims or demands 119.5 feet, thence West appeal any decision made and supporting data are Ave North. Lots & Lots of gation systems. 1788
ONEKA EDWARDS; UN- BRUCKNER,II against Decedent's estate parallel to the North line of by the board, agency, or available for public inspec- stuff, Friday, Saturday, White Road, Bonifay, FL /
KNOWN PERSON(S) IN LAST KNOWN ADDRESS: on whom a copy of this said Section 9, 529.68 feet, commission, with respect tion during normal busi- 25th & 26th, 8 to 3. 32425 (Washington
POSSESSION OF THE 266 COUNTRY MANOR notice is required to be thence North 119.5 feet to to any matter considered ness hours, 8:00 a.m. to County) (850)638-1202;,
SUBJECT PROPERTY; ROAD, DEFUNIAK served must file their the North line of said sec- at such meeting or hear- 5:00 p.m., Monday Estate Sale, Aug 1-3 at 326-1500 t
Defendants. SPRINGS, FL 32435 claims with this court tion 9, thence East 528.52 ing, he or she will need a through Friday, except le- 1616 Orange Hill Rd in
ALSO ATTEMPTED AT:' WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 feet along said North line record of the proceedings, gal holidays, at Northwest Chipley. Tools, furniture, ,
NOTICE OF FORECLO- 1331 DEERPATH ROAD, MONTHS AFTER THE of Section to the Point of and that for such purpose, District Office, Florida clothes and household REAL ESTATE FOR RE
SURE SALE CHIPLEY FL 32428 AND TIME OF THE FIRST PUB- Beginning. Said property he or she may need to en- Dept. of Environmental items at reasonable prices. -- |
103 KINGPORT COURT, LICATION OF THIS NO- being in the NW 1A of Sec- sure that a verbatim record Protection, 160 Govern-_ 6100 Business/
NOTICE IS HEREBY DOTHAN, AL 36303 TICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER tion 9, Township 2 North, of the proceedings is mental Center, Room 302, Huge Moving Sale 47Commercial
GIVEN pursuant to a Final CURRENT RESIDENCE THE DATE OF SERVICE Range 15 West, of Wash- made, which record in- Pensacola, FL 32502-5794, Doglas Ferry Satur- 61 Ap a ls
Judgment of Foreclosure UNKNOWN OF A COPY OF THIS ington County, Florida. cludes the testimony and Tel. (850) 595-8300. day July 25th, 6130- Condo/Townhouse
dated July 14, 2008, and BETTY SUE BRUCKNER NOTICE ON THEM. FOR ADDITIONAL INFOR- evidence upon which the As published in the Wash- day, amUntil. Furnly 25th, 6140 -House Rentals
entered in Case No. LAST KNOWN ADDRESS: All other creditors of the MATION CONCERNING appeal is based." FS ington County News July woman's XL clothes, EMPLOYMENT 6150 Roommate Wanted
67-08-CA-122, of the Cir- 266 COUNTRY MANOR Decedent and other per- THE ABOVE PROPERTY 286.0105 26, 2008. household items. --H~lp W 6160 Rooms for Rent
cuit Court of the 14th Judi- ROAD. DEFUNIAK sons having claims or de- CONTACT ASSISTANT U. As published in the Wash- 4100 Help Wanted 6170 Mobile Home/Lot
cial Circuit in and for SPRINGS, FL 32435 mands against Decedent's S. ATTORNEY PAUL ALAN ington County News July Public Sale 4130 Employment 6180- Out-of-Town Rentals
WASHINGTON County, ALSO ATTEMPTED AT: estate must file their claims SPROWLS AT (850) 26, 2008. Inside Broken Paddle, Information 6190 Timeshare Rentals
Florida. INDYMAC BANK, 1331 DEERPATH ROAD, with this court WITHIN 3 942-8430. ALL SALES ARE Seaborns Auto Repair of 2781 West Hwy. 90, Boni- .3 6200 Vacation Rentals
F.S.B. is Plaintiff and CHIPLEY FL 32428 AND' MONTHS AFTER THE SUBJECT TO CONFIRMA- STATE OF FLORIDA 1141 Main Street Chipley, fay. Saturday, July 26th, '1011 1.f311
WAYNE EDWARDS and 103 KINGPORT COURT, DATE OF THE FIRST PUB- TION OF THE COURT. DEPARTMENT OF ENVI- Florida 32428, does claim 7a.m. until. Fishing sup- 10 1
ONEKA EDWARDS are de- DOTHAN, AL 36303 LOCATION OF THIS NO- METHOD OF RONMENTAL PROTEC- lien on a 1996 Honda car plies, .50-up, rims/tires, 61O I -
fendants. I will sell to the CURRENT RESIDENCE TICE. PAYMENT IS BY POSTAL TION with Vin tools, household. -Automotive .-i- -
highest and best bidder for UNKNOWN ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED MONEY ORDER OR CER- NOTICE OF DRAFT PER- #1HGCD5654TA176485 I IExecutiveOffices pace
cash at THE FRONT YOU ARE NOTIFIED that WITHIN THE TIME PERI- TIFIED CHECK MADE MIT for labor services and stor- Yard Sale: Friday and Sat- I Local Franchise Dealer I for lease on Brickyard I
STEPS OF THE COURT- an action for Foreclosure ODS SET FORTH IN SEC- PAYABLE TO THE U.S. age pursuit to F.S. urday, July 25th & 26th, 71 seeking both experi- | Rd. Great location
HOUSE., AT 1293 JACK- of Mortgage on the follow- TION 733.702 OF THE MARSHALS SERVICE. The Department of Envi- 713.585. The sale will take a.m. till. 1710 Hwy. 79 ence & non-experience across from Chipley
SON AVENUE, CHIPLEY ing described property: FLORIDA PROBATE CODE TEN PERCENT OF ronmental Protection gives place at the above address South of Bonifay. sales person. I High School. 638-7700 I
IN WASHINGTON LOT 6, DEAL'S LITTLE AC- WILL BE FOREVER HIGH/ACCEPTABLE BID notice of its preparation of on 08/18/2008 at 8:00 am., Earn top pay in Bonifay I www.chipleyofficefor |
COUNTY, FL. at 11:00 RES SUBDIVISION, AC- BARRED. INCERTIFIED CHECK OR a draft permit for Chipley phone 850-415-1776.Any & Chipley. lease.com
a.m., on the 28 day of CORDING TO THE PLAT NOTWITHSTANDING THE CASHIER'S CHECK WILL WWTP to City of Chipley, proceeds over required ard bills, Friday, S Apply in person at Buzz m
Aug., 2008, the following THEREOF AS RECORDED TIME PERIOD SET FORTH BE ACCEPTED WITH THE Post Office Box 1007, amount will be deposited ical bills, Friday, Sat Leonard I Exective Office Space
described property as set IN PLAT BOOK 3, PAGE ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED BALANCE DUE WITHIN 48 Chipley, FL 32428 to con- with the Clerk of Court of uray, 25th & 26th, a.m. Chrysler, Jeep & or rent downtown Chipley.
forth in said Final Judg- 215, OF THE PUBLIC TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE HOURS. NO CASH WILL tinue construction of previ- Washington County for until. St Johns Rd Hiden Mitsubishi 638-1918
ment, to wit: RECORDS OF WASHING- AFTER THE DECEDENT'S BE ACCEPTED. ously approved facility disposition. Any claims of Lakes Campgounds, or, Chipley. ffice space for lease
LOT 15, BLOCK 395 OF TON COUNTY FL. DATE OF DEATH IS modifications and to con- interest shall be made fay. Follow signs. Ask for Shiun. Office space for lease,
SUNNY HILLS UNIT SIX, A has been filed against you BARRED. DENNIS A. WILLIAMSON tinue operation of a 1.2 prior to sale. 850-693-0824 Everything 1240 SBlvd (Corner of
SUBDIVISION ACCORD- and you.are required to The date of first publica- United States Marshal MGD annual average daily As published in the Wash- goes S. Blvd/7th St), Chipley,
ING TO THE PLAT serve a copy of your writ- tion of this notice is July Northern District of Florida flow permitted capacity ington County News July .Caregiver $800/mo, 1000 sq ft., 3
THEREOF, RECORDED IN ten defenses, if any, to it, 26,2008. BY. Tamara Dunnivant, wastewater treatment facil- 26, 2008. Caregiver position open at offices, 1 reception, 1
THE PLAT BOOK 2, on Marshall C. Watson, Mary L. Wakeman, Esquire U.S. Marshal Service ity. The approved facility Holmes Creek ALF in Ver- bath, kitchen, parking
PAGES 60 THROUGH 76 RA., Attorney for Plaintiff, McConnaughhay, Duffy, DATE: 6-27-08 modifications will upgrade non. Must be dependable, lot, hardwood Ilrs.
OF THE PUBLIC REC- whose address is 1800 Coonrod, Pope & Weaver As published in the Wash- the existing wastewater .3250 Duties include cooking, 407-616-6890.
ORDS OF WASHINGTON NW 49TH STREET, SUITE Florida Bar Number: ington County News July treatment facility to an ex- | 1110 r L Farm cleaning and assisting res- sace for rnt
COUNTY, FLORIDA. 120, FT. LAUDERDALE, FL 0694703 19, 26, August 2, 9, 2008. tended aeration biological K & L Farm dents with other daily liv- stOffice space for rente
A person claiming an inter- 33309 on or before Aug. Post Office Drawer 229 sequencing batch reactor COLOR SELLS! ing requirements. Work reorr ent. Excellent traff
est in the surplus from the 13, 2008, a date which is Tallahassee, FL PUBLIC NOTICE type wastewater treatment GetYour Classified Ad GFor BoiliPeanuts I schedule is Thru 9pm, location and visibility. Call
sale, -if any, other than the within thirty (30) days after 32302-0229 facility providing Class I Fo1567 Piney Grove Rd. Sunday and Monday 10ap m thru 9pm, 850 547-5244.
property owner as of the the first publication of this Telephone: (850) 222-8121 NOTICE OF PUBLIC 'Reliability. The modified I COLORI. I 8-6, Mon-Fri, 8-5, Sat. I until 6pm. One week paid
date of the lis pendens Notice in the WASHING- Facsimile: (850) 222-4359 HEARING ON APPLICA- facilities will produce re- Call now for details 638-5002, 260-5003 or vacati 6pm. One week pad
must file a claim with 60 TON COUNTY NEWS and Attorney for Ancillary Per- TION FOR SPECIAL EX- claimed water that will be I and be noticed 638-5002,260-5003 o0 r vacation after one year v
days after the sale. file the original with the sonal Representative CEPTION TO THE WASH- reused at various sites in a 638-0212 57- 80. and paid sick days availa- 6110
Dated this 15 day of July, Clerk of this Court either Brian W. Parker INGTON COUNTY LAND new General Service Area or ble. No experience neces- d6 0 i
2008. before service on Plaintiff's Ancillary Personal Repre- DEVELOPMENT CODE Reuse System land appli- I 547-9414 Okra & Peas Okra cut scary. 850-260-1871 1 Bedroom apartment in
LINDA HAYES COOK attorney or immediately sentative (LDC) cation system located in L.- --- .. fresh three times a week. GeneralChipley, convenient oca-
As Clerk of said Court thereafter; otherwise a de- As published in the Wash- and around Chipley, .. and Peas picked, when General tion, no pets.
By K. McDaniel fault will be entered ington County News July Washington County is con- Washington County. Re- \ ordered Call 850-638-4640.
As Deputy Clerk against you for the relief 26, August 2, 2008. sidering an application for siduals are aerobically di- 850-579-4838 for prices Avon Representa- APARTMENTS FOR
This notice is provided demanded in the com- a Special Exception Type gested and dewatered with and directions. ties needed Bonifay, RENT
pursuant to Administrative plaint. IN THE UNITED STATES IV for the parcel described subsequent disposal by Chipley, Graceville, Based on family income
Order No. 2.065 In accordance with the DISTRICT COURT FOR by the legal description land application, transfer V B dmo fy i
In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities THE NORTHERN DIS- presented below, to a residuals manage- Wausau, Vernon, and must Qualify.
Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA), disa- TRICT OF FLORIDA ment facility or disposal at L eon. Ask about Apply at 1370 Old BoniHVAC
Act, If you are a person bled persons who, be- PANAMA CITY DIVISION In accordance with the a landfill. The facility is lo- f 3300 Leon Ask about Apply at370 Od Bon-
with a disability who needs cause of their disabilities, CASE NO. 5:99cv163-SPM Washington County Land cated at latitude 30946'48" PETSA ANMALS mini-kit. 850-547-1640. y Rd. Application must
any accommodation in or- need special accommo- Development Code (LDC) N, longitude 85933'02" W 2100 Pet Golfcart, 5x12 factory wayne Atkins SR be completed at office.us
der to participate in this dation to participate in this UNITED STATES OF a public hearing will be on 692 Rustin Avenue, 2110 Pets: Free to trailer, 7x36 custom-built 638-0134. Eq Hous-
proceeding, you are enti- proceeding should contact AMERICA held by the Washington Chipley, FL 32428-1300 in Good Home trailer, 5x16 custom-built General ing Opportunity.
tied, at no cost to you, to the ADA Coordinator at Plaintiff, County Planning Commis- Washington. 2120 Pet Supplies trailer, 60001b forklift, For rent Sleepy Hollow
provisions of certain assis- 1293 Jackson Avenue, vs. sion (the designated Local The existing facility dis- 2130 Farm Animals/ 5000/watt generator, John Part-time 15-20hrs .a Duplex Apartments
tance. Please contact the Chipley, FL 32428 or Tele- ROBERT M. FENDER,et.al. Planning Agency) and the charges reclaimed water Supplies Deere riding lawnmower week, servicing Greeting HUD not accepted
Court Administrator at phone Voice/TDD (904) Defendants. Washington County Board into an unnamed tributary 2140 Pets/Livestock 48in cut. 850-638-8722 an- Cards in Chipley. 2BR/1BA and 3BR/1BA.
1293 Jackson Avenue, 763-9061 prior to such of County Commissioners of Alligator Creek, which Wanted time. 1-800-876-2344 ext. Water, garbage, lawn care
Building 100, 1st Floor, proceeding. NOTICE OF SALE to solicit and consider flows into Holmes Creek R 11786. included. Spacious, en-
Chipley, Fl 32428, 'Phone WITNESS my hand and Ipublic input concerning and ultimately into the Roofing ergy efficient with private
No. (850)638-6285 within 2 the seal of this Court this NOTICE IS HEREBY the proposed Special Ex- Choctawhatchee River, an 2100 Healthcare yard. 850-638-7128.
working days of your re- 18 day of July, 2008.' GIVEN THAT UNDER AND ception Type IV as defined Outstanding Florida Water. Get Better Built roofing,
ceipt of this notice or Linda Hayes Cook BY VIRTUE OF A JUDG- by the Washington County After completion of the fa- Boxer Puppies We do it all, shingle roof & ARNP Needed for local For Rent: Ridgewood
pleading; if you are hear- As Clerk of the Court MENTOF FORECLOSURE Land Development Code cility upgrades all re- AKC re-roofing, metal roofing, Medical Practice. Mon- Apartments, 602 S. Weeks
ing impaired, call By K. McDaniel RENDERED IN THE (LDC), and applied for by claimed water will be re- Champion Bloodline exposed fastener, standing day thru Friday. If inter- St. Bonifay. Remodeled
1-800-955-8771 (TDD); if As Deputy Clerk ABOVE-STYLED CASE ON James Griffin, the peti- used via the General Serv- 850-373-6177 roof systems. We have the ested, please send re- and NEW OWNERS. 1, 2,
you are voice impaired, As published in the Wash- May 19 2008, BY tioner, and Tressie Griffin, ice Area Reuse System myspace.com/maggies- latest Energy Star cool sume to: ARNP RO. 3, Bedrooms. Call
call 1-800-995-8770 (V) ington County News July THE UNITED STATES DIS- the property owner. This and the discharge to sur- boxerpups roof systems. Call today Box 947, Chipley, FL. 850-557-7732
(Via Florida Relay Ser- 26, August 2, 2008. Special Exception if face waters will be discon-York foryour free on-site esti- For more information LARGE 1BR Apartment
granted will allow for the tinted. Yorke Poo and imate. 850-703-0082 ask please call $450, SID $250. Downtown
111111111 "temporary storage of Flor- Any interested person may schnauzer mix puppies for me85 07082ask a call SD$25 wnwn
ida Gas Transmission con- submit written comments sale, shots & wormedfo e RC2Ma9027246 850-638-1230. Chipley, convenient loca-
struction equipment that on the draft permit of the Shirley's Pets. Bonifay, FL tion. Rent includes stove,
will be utilized during the Department or may submit 850-547-7387 ( refrigerator, city water,
Phase VIII pipeline ex- a written request for a pub- sewer, garba ge. SorryHUno
pension in an area desig- lic meeting to Permit pets or HUD.6
nated for Writer, Northwest District I 850-638-3306.
Agriculture/Silviculture Fu- Office, Florida Dept. of En- 2130
ture Land Use. Upon com- vironmental Protection, Pigmy goat family, bill,
.pletion of the expansion, 160 Governmental Center, young bill and bred nanny, 6140
.the equipment will be re- Room 302, Pensacola, FL $130. Buying and selling COMP INC 3 br, 1 ba house, onfay.
moved from the premises 32502-5794 in accordance chickens and rabbits. Kirk- CO $ br mbhouse, dnay
both by the petitioner and With rule 62-620.555 of the land 850-547-0224 Leave $700. per month, damage
Florida Gas Transmission, Florida Administrative message Are you an energetic and dependable deposit $750. Call
Fliand the Special Exception Cede Thecmmentsr850-8307026background
process will be discontin- request for a public meet- Registered Brangus bulls worker? If so, you qualify for an 0 chc k & references re-
E ued. ing must contain the infor- for sale, several 2 year old opportunity to launch your career with a quired, smoke-free envi-
C,&C mation set forth below and and coming 2 year olds. ronment, no pets. Availa-
Tax Service. Open 5 days son to help care for your For Rent first in Chipley, A public hearing to review must be received in the Of- Call 850-956-2395 growing company! You must be willing ble September 1st.
Tax Service. Open 5 daysson to help care for yourFor Rent first in Chipley, plic ain o ee thin
a week. 8amto5pm.Call loved one? Two certified Mini Warehouses If you the application for the Spe- fice within 30 days of pub- to travel and have valid ID and SS card. 593 4th Street. 3BR/1BA,
(850)638-1483 nursing assistant. Call don't have the room, "We cial Exception Type IV will l caio of this notice. -e urlfnd fill out CH/A, W/D ho orator
8850-638-3402 or Do" Lamar Townsend be held by the Washington ure to submit comments or Come by, introduce yourself and fill out sCH/A, W/D hook-upr,
850-260-3012. (850)638-4539, north of County Planning Commis- request a pun application. (EOE) fenced yard. $450 month,
a oi l i Town nds. sion at 5:00 PM or as soon within this time period shall an application. first & last $200 deposit.
thereafter as possible on constitute a waiver of any References 638-1476
Healier and Vinyl __August 5, 2008, in the 62-620.555, Florida Admin- We offer great benefits to qualifying R/BAre mo-deled
Headliners and Vinyl Commissioners Meeting istrative Code. a C employees s 1 k, go i 2ountry Home,5 s
Tops Mobile Unit. I do the Mini Storage in Chipley. Room located at 1331 The comments or request employees such aS 401k, group medical country Home,R1,500 sq.
work at your home or -Carpentry, pressure wash- All sizes for rent. We fur- South Boulevard, Chipley, for a public meeting must MEICHANDISE and dental insurance, employee stock ft, approximately 5 miles
workplace.Reasonable ing, lawn care, patio &win- nish the lock. Florida. contain the following infor- East of Chipley McDon-
rates on new vinyl tops dow re-screening, great (850)326-2399 A public hearing to review nation: 310 Antiques purchase, vacation, life and LTD aids. Stove, dishwasher,
and auto carpeting. Free rates. (850)638-4492 theapplication for the Spe- (a) The commenter's 3120 Art& Crafts insurance uniforms ndper diem. fridge, blinds, and ceiling
estimates. Call anytime, cial Exception Type IV will name, address, and tele-3130 -Auctions poreans. Front and back
leave message. (850) be held by the Washington phone number, the 3140 Baby items porches. Water, garbage
638-7351 County Board of County applicant's name and ad- 3150 Building Supplies n / efie /e^ C iVC-, and lawn care included.
Commissioners at 5:00 PM dress, the Department Per- 3160- Business Pets negotiable. Will ac-
il H Sod For Sale on the farm, or as soon thereafter as mit File Number and the Equipment Cc fUWUA 'dO-f/CW Uw y cept Section 8: Applica-
delivered or installed. Cen- possible on August 28, county in which the project 3170 Collectibles lion required. SMOKE
W tipede and 419 Bermuda B&M Mower Repair & 2008, in the Commission- is proposed; 3180- computers ,s .ce'1946" FREE ENVIRONMENT.
Cleaning West Florida Turf Servce Quality work a a ers Meeting Room located (b) A statement of how3200 Firewood tns We'are now hiring o $695/moP. 38Plus $695 de-
(850)638-4860; fair price Pickup & Deliv- at 1331 South Boulevard, and when notice of the De- 3210- Free Pass it On posit. 850-638-4228.
Do you need someone to (850415-0385. Established ery Available. Bill or Mary Chipley, Florida. All inter- apartment action or pro- 3220- Furniture -Welders 2BR/1BA House in coun-
clean house'or sitwith love 1980 (850)638-4492 ested members of the pub- posed action was re- 3230- Garage/Yard Sales Mecha try. $400 a month, $150
ones while you take a lic are encouraged to at- ceived; 3240 Guns -MechanicslCS deposit. 638-0699.
break? 850-547-3675 Sod Sod Sod Quality you tend. Public hearings may (c) A statement of the 3250- Good Things to Eat -Class A Cl DriverS deposit. B638-0699.
850-375-6702 can depend on. Irrigated, be continued from time to facts the Department 3260 Health & Fitness lass A L ver 3BR/1BA Brick home for
weed & pest controlled. Sewing Machine and Vac- time as may be necessary. should consider in making 3270 Jewelry/Clothing-Equipment Operator rent. Including W/D,
Cleaning or Companion Centipede and St. Augus- uum Cleaner Repair, guar- the final decision; 3280 Machinery/ Operators fenced yard and many ex-
tine. Delivery and installa- anteed service on all Legal Description of Par- (d) A statement of which 32g0 Medical Equipment -ontructon rew Laborers tras. $7 mo. all
House cleaning, compan- tion available. 8 miles SW makes and models. Free cel: rules or statutes require re 3300 Miscellaneous WWW.trawickconstruction.com 850-638-2165.
ion, certified trained, local of Chipley for easy cus- estimates. Western Auto, The North of the South versal or modification of 3310 Musical Instruments 3BR/2BA, conveniently I-
references. Call tomer hauling. Call any- 216 N. Waukesha, Bonifay. of the Southeast 1/4 of the Department action or 3320 Plants & Shrubs/
850-547-5878 or time. Billy and Leola Brock 547-3910 the Northwest 1/4 and that proposed action; and Supplies 1555 South Boulevard / Chipley, FI cated in Chipley. CH/A.
850-373-7476 (850) 638-1202; 326-1500 part of the North of the (e) If desired, a request 3330 Resturant/Hotel 8506380429 Reference required. Firt &
A___South / of the Southwest that a public meeting be 3340- Sporting Goods .last plus deposit.





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For rent: 3BR/1BA home, 2BR mobile home in Houses Starting @ 95 Crown Vic LX Power
Ponce de Leon, $500. Chipley, convenient loca- $89,900. New construction locks, windows, seats,
E month. 850-259-1904 tion, good neighborhood, starting @ $109,900. 15 to leather, am-fm w/ tape
no pets. 850-638-4640. choose from. Direct Realty, player, automatic, A/C, ex-
ET H Newly Remodeled 2BR/1BA, New laminate 773-0095 or Dennis @ tra clean. 157,000/miles,
2BR/1BA house 3 acres, flooring, near town, parks 703-0015. $3495. 850-638-0773
T w/horse barn arena and & elementary school. $375 1998 Honda Cic 4 DR;
E pB D O E pasture located on Peanut month. Pets allowed. Very nice 3BR/1BA Brick 198 H 400 miles; needsR;
Road. $800/mo. Call Available June 6. 956-2267 home in town for sale. 118,400 miles; needs
J 850-573-7164. or 547-3746. $109,000 owner financing some work; clean interior;

S. 850-547-2531 home located in Chipley, cruse keyl547-3ess 391entry, CD
C a ll o n e o f o u r ., at1105 South Blvd. 7150 excellent condition dvenent to own
Buyls;2raR/2BA, n2 cru gr- 5 posit. Cal 5 Acres wedh 1/2 39260-pin t t .
Nicage. $700 per month, Apart$700 850-209-5696MH in Chipey. Refe in Bonfay Has utilities, 850-638-0215(h) after 5pm
securitynts, lyr lease. 3BR/2BAMobile required Call 638-1Home small pond. $40,000. or 850-547-3820( w)
for sale 850 547-5085 or 3BR/2BA 14X70 Mob le power seats, doorlocks,




d -v is o rsF 561-706-3at 1105 SouthoBsvd. @1t-97040 .ii
age. $700 per month, $700 850 per-month, garbage cleared8503262436()

D included. HUD accepted.
l *sfi o ISerS Baytown Realty/Paige, 10 Acres w/Pole Barn at 8130
Notice 850-814-3215. 3023 Douglas Ferry Rd. 92 Ford PU, new paint
uble e aka Hw 280. Info inbox job, newtires, one owner,
All real estate advertising in Double wide 24x60, on- property. $125,000. A/C, automatic P.S.
thisnewspaper is subject to 3BR/2BA, Central air, gas Call 850-547-2709 $4,000. OBO, serviced
O F the Fair Housing Act which heater. $475/mo plus de-_ar Too
makes it illegal to advertise posit. Call 850-638-4273. regularly, Tool box.
"any preference, limitation or 1 00x1 45 ft. lot, 850-547-2176
Discrimination based on based on For Rent: 1-1/2 small bed- Cerro-Gordo campsites,
race, color, religion, sex, room mobilethome, pier; power-pole, Make 98 Ford-150 XL pickup,
handicap, familial status or washer/dryer, smoke-free ,reasonable offer or will long wheel base, V6.
national origin, or an iriten- environment. $350mo plus trade for lot in Ponce de $2500
tion, to make any such pref- deposit. 850-547-5474. Leon, Westville, verngn, 850-596-4545-
erence, limitation or dis- nog. 850-512-3820 _
W A H N T N CU N T AIcrimination" Familial status For Rent: Big 3BR/2BA nog. 850-512-3820,
includes children under the with big yard, not in trailer 1994 Ford F350 Crewcab
W CN age of 18 living with parents park. Big garden spot. No For Lease Dudlee gas burner with
or legal custodians, preg dogs please 850-547-3233 40 Acres Cattle Pasture 112,000 miles in great con-
Nnantwomenandpeoplese- Land. 10 Acres Hay/ edition. Also a 2003 Con-
curing custody of children Mobile Home for rent; Fenced,/cross fenced/ quest travel trailer, 291/2
NW -'-Wunder 18. i 2BR/2BA, central heat/air, water./Jackson Co. feet long with a big'bay
This newspaper will not 3 mileseast of Vernon on 850-527-3579. window, an extendout for
( 5 ) 6 8 0 1 knowingly acceptany adiver- Pioneer Rd. 850-638-7315 __ _____living room & dinning
(8 5 ) 6 3 82 1tising for real estate which is or 850-527-4467 or room. Sef. contained, in
in violation of the law. Our 850-638-3254 MP Enterprises Land Sl realgreat condition. For in-
readers are hereby informed Mobile homes for rent in more for 5 houses orly fomaion call
that all dwellings advertised more for houses only, 850-892-1085.
LJ l l l E 1 ^ ^ M T ^in this newspaper are availa- Chipley & Bonifay. One wooded & pasture. miles 8508921085.
H O L M E S C O U N T Yble on a equal opportunity year lease required, water South of Chipley. Highway 1996 Ford F150 4x4.
basis. To complain of dis- &' sewage included. Call 77, Gainer Rd., Houston Excellent condition. $5000
cr mination call HUD toll free 850-638-2999. Rd., Beadie Rd., Duncan OBO. 850-547-5945, leave
TIaMES-A D VERTIS ERt d1-800-6699777. The Community Rd, Buddy 80-547-5945,leave
-- toll-free number for the hear- Mobile Homes for rent inCmessage.
lIV E 0 mA D V ER I S ER ing impaired 'is Cottondale on Sapp Road, Rd., (4) five acres (8) ten
1-800-927-9275. 8 miles east of Chipley. e(5) eight acres.
(850)547 9414 R/2BAand2BR/2BA Low downpayment, low
Run your ad STATEWIDE! Run Hurricanes Are Coming! Adjusters Computer availableavailable. Total electrimnthly payments. Call 140
your classified ad in over 100 and Contractors needed Any if850)258-486; 2098847fied. Call (866)858-2121,Peel for information81

Floridanewspapersreachingoverlevel of experience. High earning www.CenturaOnline.com. Nice 3BR/2BA Djustou- ter); 147,500 miles; re-
blewide Mobile Home near &Brick- 1- 200centCy tuned; clean.r



Cl newspaper or (866)742-1373 for Call (800)580-1146 or go to AIRLINES ARE HIRING-Train for high r s. rs1 ttle
ANNOUNCEMENTS HELP WANTED *Paralegal*Computersra *Criminal Brickyar5063 'Rd s). Water, gar- $37,9. Call Brad $3,500. Call 547-3391 for
JAUCTIONS On Bonus 35-42cpm Earn over assistance. CALL Aviation Inassistituance bage, exterminate & laTwo, 3BR/2BA 6x8 and appointment.
care provided. Large front Last Used Doublewide,
Run your ad STATEWIDE! Run Hurricanes Are Coming! Adjusters Computer available. Financial Aid & back porch. Sorry, no 3BR/2BA w/new carpet,
your classified ad in over 100 and Contractors needed Any if qualified. Call (866)858-21215387. ets. For more informationcarpet paint, appliancesst.mpg/80, asking$25Home00
Hwy 98, Daphne, AL, (Eastern (800)635-8669. NOW AVAILABLE! 2008lease call 850-638-1911. has fireplace. $27900 Call@ 8160
FlShorid a newspapers reaching ovrmer level of experience. High earning www.CenturaOnline.com. Nice3BR/2BAjustoutside Brad @ 850-763-7780. 2003 Harley-Davidson
4 MILLION readers. Call this potential. For more informationalChipley city limits on Brick- 1200CC Anniversary










use buiding-Augn 14 1:00 PMy to become a District Manager. (800)910-9941 TODAY! REF #FLO8. mismr bet-ou
newspaper or (866)742-137N for Call (800)580-1146 or go to AIRLINESAREHIRINGTrain for high yard & Ranchd. uiets. Call w/plywood 3BR/BAs, 1680new terseat and handlebars,
more details or visit: www.florida- www.jeladjuster.com. paying Aviation' Maintenance Career. 850-638-4630(days) or style kitchen. Set-up in-, Vance & Hines pipes.
classifieds.com. FAA approved program. Financial 850-638-1434(nights). cluded. $37,900. Call Brad 850-596-2702 or
m@ 850763-7780. 850-638-1010

Drivers: 13ubstant DRIVERS NEEDED Sign- aid if qualified Job Eplaemento__ @ 6-70 17 ft. Key West,
AUCTIONS On Bonus 35-42cpm Earn over assistance. CALL Aviation Institute Two, 3BR/2BA 16x80 and 2003SuzukiGz'250,new
$1000 weekly Excellent Benefits of Maintenance (888)349-5387.have new carpet, t wat t. mpg/80, asking $2500.
AUCTION-REAL&Estate, 1302 US Need CDL-A & 3 mos recent OTR hNapplianceS, O H/Ai andt ,If8 interested call
Hwy 98, Daphne, AL, (Eastern (800)635-8669. NOW AVAILABLE! 2008 POST T Soffer. Call Brad @ For Sale: 2008 Yamaha
Shorange Mobile Bay) formerly5697. of available lake & mountainOFFICE JOBS. $18-$20/HR NOmes T -Antue ectibes Key est 1997anks 115Hgas
ato dealership 175,000 sf+/- ColonialLifeseeksanentrepreneurial EXPERIENCE, Lakeside RealtyINING, 700- mes ity vehicles livery fast.50 0. Call
(4+/- acres) 29,000 +81 Acsf multi professional with sales experience FED BENEFITS, VACATIONSCALL88)291-5253 or visit 7110Beahoet
use building-Aug 14 1:00 PatMnburg to become a District Manager. (800)910-9941wTODAY!-REFt#FL08. 712307o C -ocmmnrCerciaooal







HVAC Technician! 3.5wk program. 426 2nd STo Chipley BATS Ato Only
GTAUCTIONS.COM, (800)996 A Life/Health lien ce. Local job placement 740NEW ARIZONA LAND RUSH! 1 or arms & Ranches 210-
800-4FURROWANGER, THAGAwww.furrow.com. aD Substantial earnings potential. REAL ESTATE! (877)994- 2-1/2 "Football Field" Sized. Lots! 0-t acreagey 82 and 12x36 i. disc. Ask



NG 9904 $0 Down $0 716nterest0-Mo $159-$208 bilenomesaLotsA N 17 ft. Key West00(850)3267724
& ASSOCIATES, INC. Jack F Please contact: meredith.brewer 7170 Waterfro A aviation For Sale: 20 Pontoonnt
7180boat or give cash back. 8320 ATV/Road Vehicles b oat & 2006
@coloniallife.com or call (904)424- How about TENNESSEE? For a list Property RECREATIONAL Kubota 30HP
569 N Tr7.k Driver Experience-No (877)466-2104 f available lake & mor untain homesReal Estate 8100 Antique & TrCollects Key West 1997 115HP
& properties call Lakeside Realty 7200 Timeshare 8110- Cars with live well, bilge pump
manufactlosurer. Over 20 colors 8120- Sports UtilityVehices & single axel galvanized
stock, sDevelopment Land, atlinbur, TN. Career as a Nationally Certified www.lakesiderealtyAINS 2 acres on8150 Comercial $8,000.00
Divided into 3 tracts. Friday, August 1ar a a 8160- Motorcycles Call (850) 326-7724
HVAC Technician Weeks. (888)368-1205wk program. 426 2nd St., mountChipley.8170- Auto Parts 2006 Kubota 30H Only
0 ww fnew, beautiful lot w/pond. 8210 Boats 5ft bush hog, 6 in. auger,
800-4FURROW, www.furrow.com, assistance. Call it's HOT! (877)994- 2-1/2 "Football Field" Sized. LotS! 1200 sq. ft. 3 acres. Only 8220- Personal Watercraft and 12x36 in. disc. Asking
$0 Down. $0 Interest. $1F59-$208 45min to Panama City8230- Sailb hiringoat (866)789-8535. $15,000.00 (850)326-7724




990. OI8240 Boat & Marin individuals to worke
per month Money Back Guarantee nance, partial trade for 8310-LOG CABINAircra K/Aviation For Sale: 20' Pontoon
boat or give cash back. 8320 A/ Road Vehices boat, 40 HP MarinerAKE ACCESS with Free Boatextra
METAL ROOFING. Buy direct fom 3 LNo Truck Driver Experience-No (877)466-2(877)646- only $84,900. SALE!or www.sunsitesan$159,900. (314) 8330- Campers & Trailers heavy, duty trailer.









Machine and9Ca OBO.$( 5050. 2nd 160000 acre recreational -e in & T h d tr
US: We will not be undersroblemld! A. ThWi-T Grans Trucking Will rushcom. 346330 8340-Mtorhomes 850-47-4048
manufacturer. Over 20 colors in T o w r e. o an
stock, several profiles to choose T Howde to riv e om ye
SpoPolice Insored CDL Traininmpounds for Sale 96g. BeOTR Gran d OpeGINIA MOUNTAINS 2 acres on
frombl.Quik)tre iven8 Three Weeks. (888)368-1205. Must mountaintop near New River State

AWESOME FIRST JOB!! Now hiring (866)789-8535.
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES motivated sharp individuals to work
and travel entire USA. Paid training. 2700 sf LOG CABIN KIT & 1+ ACRE ._'
ALL CASH CANDY ROUTE Do Transportation, lodging furnished. LAKE ACCESS with Free Boat Slips
you earn $800 in a day? 30 Local Calltoday, Start tomorrow. (877)646- only $84,900. SALE! Saturday, August
(888)629-9968 BM2000033. CALL 5050. 2nd. 160,000 acre recreational lake in
(888)629-99r6 WB02000033.rsoLd LKentucky! Ask how to receive $5,000




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HEALTH 3BR/2BA Foreclosure! $11,000!
Only $199/Mo! 5% down 20 years
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