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Council adopts tentative budget, millage


JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afelsberg @chipleypaper.com
CHIPLEY Chipley City Council
adopted a tentative FY 2008-09 budget
and tentative millage rate. The action
was taken following a workshop and pub-
lic hearing Tuesday night. Councilman
Tommy McDonald, Jr. voted against
both ordinances.,
The budget is tentatively set at $13.767
million and the millage rate at 5.8.
While a few items were cut or reduced
during the workshop, no major cuts were
made in the proposed budget. The Tri-


Wausau


fire chief in


the clear

WAUSAU Wausau Fire Chief, Sam
Rudd, has been cleared of ethics violation
charges.
The September 5, page 3, Florida
Commissions on Ethics Press Release
stated the complaint against Rudd "was
dismissed by the Commission upon rec-
ommendation of staff because informa-
tion obtained by the investigator revealed
that the position of Fire Chief for Wausau
does not meet the statutory definition of
"public officer" and therefore is not sub-
ject to Florida's ethic laws."
Patricia Lynn Gothard had made sev-
eral allegatiotis against Rudd. However,
the Ethics Commission has rejected those
claims, saying the volunteer chief is not a
public official, and therefore, not subject
to the ethics rules.
Wausau's city charter and the ordi-
nance creating the Fire Chief position
did not assign the Chief any duties, or en-
forcement capabilities, and Rudd is not
paid by the town.
The ethics panel cited similar rul-
ings in other cases by the State Supreme
Court and supporting opinions from the
Attorney General."

Fatal wreck
CARYVILLE A Caryville man was,
killed late Tuesday night in a single-ve-
hicle accident, according to a report from
Florida Highway Patrol.
George Dewey Baxley, 61, was driving
westbound on River Road, at about 9:15
p.m. when his 1992 Dodge Dakota pick-
up ran off the south shoulder and struck
a tree. He was pronounced dead at the
scene. FHP reported that Baxley was not
wearing a seatbelt.

Suspect arrested for
Cottondale murder
COTTONDALE- On September 11
around 1:34 a.m. the Jackson County
Sheriff's Office received a 911 call report-
ing some people had been shot on Kynes-
Ville Road in Cottondale.
According to the Jackson County
Sheriff's Office press release, when the
officers arrived at the scene, a white fe-
male, identified as Belinda Marshall of
2288 Bethlehem Church Road, Cotton-
dale, was found dead.
Marshall's boyfriend, identified as
Richard Jeffries of the same address,
had been shot and was in critical condi-
tion. He was transported to Jackson Hos-
pital in Marianna.
A third gunshot victim, Kevin Fuder
of Bay County, arrived at Jackson Hospi-
tal. He was transported by private vehicle

See MURDER, Page 2


County YMCA did not lose its requested
$50,000 in City funding, as discussed at a
budget workshop on Sept. 4. The YMCA
runs a recreation program, including
basketball, baseball, softball and soccer
that the City is unable to fund. City Ad-
ministrator Jim Morris said it would cost
the City about $300,000 to run a similar
program.
YMCA of the Emerald Coast Presi-
dent and CEO Joe Casal told Council
that the local Tri-County YMCA has
served about 600 young athletes since
January. The local branch has obtained
See BUDGET, Page 2


Jay Felsberg / Staff Writer
Joe Casal of the YMCA of the Emerald Coast gives Chipley
City Council an overview of Y programs in the city.


United Way



underway


Jay Felsberg / Staff Writer
Left to right: United Way of Northwest Florida President Bryan
Taylor and Washington County Campaign Coordinator Darrin
Wall discuss the campaign.


JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afelsberg@chipleypaper.com
CHIPLEY The annual
Washington County United
Way has set sail. The campaign's
kickoff breakfast was held Tues-
day morning at Panhandle Area
Educational Consortium in
Chipley.
County and regional United
Way officials, client agencies,
donors and others were on hand
as Washington County Cam-
paign Chairman Darrin Wall
talked about the importance of
the campaign to the county.


"It is so important for local
people to support United Way,"
Wall said. "Everything we raise
stays here in Washington Coun-
ty. There are needs everywhere
and it helps us to raise the qual-
ity of life."
"United Way of Washing-
ton County does a tremendous
job of serving the people of
the county," said Bryan Tay-
lor, president of United Way
of Northwest Florida. "This
county is tremendously blessed
by the people who are dedicated
to serving their neighbors, and
See UNITED WAY, Page 2


Project Pipe

still a go,

Eco Lifestyles

moves on


JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afelsberg@chipleypaper.com
CHIPLEY One ma-
jor economic development
project is moving forward,
but one appears to going
elsewhere. "Project Pipe" is
still a go for the county indus-
trial park, but Eco Lifestyles
Homes would probably need
another location.
Local officials and compa-
ny officials joined representa-
tives of the state Department
of Community Affairs, state
Department of Environ-
mental Protection and other
agencies in a site visit Mon-
day at the county industrial
park for Project Pipe.
"The visit went well,"
said Chamber of Commerce
Executive Director Ted Ev-
erett, and Board of County
Commissioners Chairman
Joel Pate said that, "Project
Pipe is still moving forward."
The project has also been re-
viewed by state agencies.
Both officials expressed
confidence that the esti-
mated $12.5 million project
would bring 150-160 jobs to
the area,' and Everett noted
that the owner of the compa-
ny has visited Chipley several
times.
One issue, however, is
wetlands. There are about
4.5 acres of "high quality"
wetlands on the 70-acre site
See DEVELOPMENT, Page 2


Big plans for Sunny Hills development


CECILIA SPEARS
Staff Writer
cspears@chipleypaper.com
CHIPLEY Washington County Planning
Commission met Tuesday evening to review ap-
plications and requests and hold public hearings.
Florida Landings came before the Planning
Commission to hold a public hearing on their
plans for developing 1,883 acres of land on the
east and west sides of Buckhorn Boulevard, three
miles west of U.S. 231, in the southeastern cor-
ner of Washington County. The overall plan is to
build a community in that area over a period of
several decades. The developers are requesting a
large-scale land-use plan and text amendment to
the county comprehensive plan.
'A primary theme for the design of the Florida
Landings master plan has been to blend a mixed


use community, as well as to provide for the pro-
tection of the natural environment," said Linda
Shelly of the Henderson Planning Group. "This
has been accomplished through the clustering
pf the land uses and pre-vision of wetland pro-
tection, wetland buffering, upland conservation,
habitat mitigation and an extensive system of na-
ture trails."
Brian Bearwood, senior landscape architect
and environmental planner with David H. Melvin,
Inc. in Marianna, was concerned with the width of
the buffer.
"I highly suspect that having only 50 feet of buf-
fer will interfere with the development and migra-
tion of the box turtle and this is one of the only re-
gions left where Indigo snakes can be found," said
Bearwood. "I strongly suggest that the wetland
See SUNNY HILLS, Page 2


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MURDER
Continued from page 1

and rushed into emergency
surgery.
During the investigation
it was learned that the alter-
cation had originated in a
bar in Bay County involving
Kevin and Paul Fuder and
Richard Jeffries. Witnesses
positively identified Kevin
and Paul Fuder as being in-
volved in the incident in Bay
County and later at the scene
of the shootings.
It was determined that


Paul Fedur shot the victims
during the altercation and
had accidentally shot his
brother Kevin. He obtained
a ride out of Marianna af-
ter dropping his brother off
at the hospital and fled the
area.
Paul Fuder was appre-
hended on Sept. 11, around
10:30 a.m.
Jeffries has been trans-
ferred to a Dothan, Ala. hos-
pital and is listed as critical.
Fuder was transferred to a
Tallahassee hospital where
he is also listed as critical.
The investigation is
continuing.


DEVELOPMENT
Continued from page 1
that would be required for a drainage ditch. Pate said that
means about 80 acres must be provided for mitigation, and the
County has that much available.
Pate said the county's engineering firm, Preble-Rish, would
get a dredge-and-fill permit for the drainage ditch, but they
must go through the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. The
Corps has much more jurisdiction over wetlands following a
decision by the U.S. Supreme Court last year. That means a
process about six months long, and that would delay installing
infrastructure. That is no problem for "Project Pipe," Everett
said, but there lies the issue for Eco Lifestyles.
"Eco Lifestyles has been asked by its strategic partners to
speed up and begin manufacturing by early 2009," Everett said.
"There's no way we could be up and running by January."
Cherry Hall of Eco Lifestyles Homes praised Everett and
other local officials for their help, and assistance they provid-
ed. A good job pool, the availability of Enterprise Zone legis-
lation, and the possibility of being in a Free Trade Zone made
Washington County an attractive site.
Hall, a Chipley native who said she and company officials
badly wanted to bring the project and its several hundred pos-
sible jobs to the area, said that the delay in installing infrastruc-
ture is the rub.
"We cannot delay that long," Hall said, "Believe me we
have tried." Hall said the delay caused by being reviewed by
the Corps is the determining factor.
"This caveat makes that almost prohibitive," Hall said. She
said the company would keep Washington County in mind for
the future, but at the present they must move faster and would
seek a different location.


SUNNY

HILLS
Continued from page 1


buffers be increased to 100
feet."
The buffers vary in width
and the requirements were
50 feet minimum and the
developers would keep that
in mind during the planning
process.


The planning commission
approved sending the pro-
posal with a recommendation
for approval to the Washing-
ton County Board of County
Commissioners for BOCC's
Sept. 25 meeting. The BOCC
would then vote whether to
send the request to the state
Department of Community
Affairs for review.
A public hearing will be
held October 15, which will
be an open discussion be-
tween the development team
of Florida Landing and citi-
zens to form ideas and make
revisions. More information
of this meeting will be com-
ing soon.
GPI Southeast Inc. wants
to develop a 90.98-acre par-
cel south of Millers Ferry
Road.
They propose to have the
subdivision' complete within
three phases, each phase hav-
ing it's own final plat.
"We're nearly finished
with phase one," said Stacy
Pippin, developer. "All we


need to do now is find out
where we'll place the fire sup-
pression system."
The fire suppression sys-
tem is a large tank of wa-
ter held several feet above
ground. Commissioners
agreed to discuss where the
tank should be placed. The
commission gave preliminary
plat approval.
Cliff Knauer was granted
his request for a one-time
one-year extension to an al-
ready approved development
order for Blue Springs Subdi-
vision at the end of Fairhaven
Drive.
"To date all of the permits
have been obtained, we've got
a 60-foot right-of-way already
cleared for construction and
all the sheds have been re-
moved from the property,"
said Knauer. "I still believe
this is a good investment and
just need a little more time."
At this time, Knauer said
that the land is being ap-
praised to acquire more
funding.


In other
business,the
commission:
* Held a public
hearing on amend-
ment of the ad-
opted Washington
County interlocal
agreement for pub-
lic school facility
planning.
* Held a public hear-
ing on a large-scale
land-use change for
a 6.12-acre parcel
owned by the coun-
ty in Parcel 10 that
is used as a com-
munity center. The
amendment would
correct this parcel
to recreation land
use.
* Approved a vari-
ance to sell less than
4.5 acres b\ Mark
and Hannah Brock
on Locke lane.


Jay Felsberg / Staff Writer
Chipley City Council looks over the tentative budget and


millage.

BUDGET
Continued from page 1
$89,216 in revenue and spent
$78,592. Contributions total
$18,536 and revenue from
concessions totals $16,061.
The Y has offered bas-
ketball, softball, baseball and
soccer. Signup for soccer
is underway and the Y has
hosted baseball and softball
tournaments. Program Di-
rector Tim Hall said that 175
children have signed up for
soccer so far and the Y ex-
pects to top last year's total
of 182.
"We have tried to keep
it affordable, and the Tri-
County Community Council
has been a big help with their
scholarships. I am not aware
of any child being turned
away due to their ability to
pay.")
"We would not be able to
do this without .a committed
group of volunteers," Casal
said.
Council plans to reduce
the amount of the Y's re-
quest $10,000 a year for the
next three years and then
revisit their funding request.
The YMCA Founders Cam-
paign has a goal of $50,000.
The increase of .5 in mill-


age from FY 2007-08 is ex-
pected to add $83,612 in tax
revenue, with major increas-
es coming from the YMCA
request, a three percent pay
raise for City employees, and.
new equipment for the water
and streets departments.
McDonald asked to put
the millage increase on the
ballot, but Council took no
action.
Council also made no ef-
fort to move the Commu-
nity Redevelopment Agency
from under the management
of the Chamber of Com-
merce, and did not cut the
Chamber's $10,000 appro-
priation, as also discussed at
the Sept. 4 workshop.
"Without the Chamberwe
would not have West Point
Home, Wal-Mart and other
businesses," said Mayor Lin-
da Cain. 'All of these busi-
nesses have brought business
and our people have reaped
the benefits."
Cain also praised the
Chamber's management of
the CRA. "I am happy with
the way you run the CRA,"
Cain told Everett. "We could
not run it for $30,000."
Everett noted that the
City came to the Chamber in
1985 and asked it to run the
CRA.


JOIN HANDS. OPEN YOUR HEART.


GIVE TO THE UNITED WAY.

Over 35,000 people.
That's how many lives we touched last year through the United Way of
Northwest Florida. That's how many families were rescued from homelessness,
how many children were clothed and how many elderly were provided with
hot meals because of your donation to the United Way. But for every one
of those, hundreds still find themselves on the waiting list for services. This
year, more than ever, we must unite to help create long-lasting changes in
our communities. Contact the United Way of Northwest Florida today at (850) United Way
785-7521 or online at www.unitedwaynwfl.org to find out how you can make a of Northwest Florida
difference.



By giving to the United Way, you support the following local agencies:

American Red Cross-Central Panhandle Chapter ARC of Washington-Holmes Counties *
BASIC of Northwest Florida Boy Scouts of America Gulf Coast Council Catholic Charities of
Northwest Florida Chemical Addictions Recovery Effort Chipola Healthy Start Children's Home
Society Emerald Coast Division Covenant Hospice Elder Care Services Epilepsy Association
of Big Bend Family Services Agency *'Girl Scouts of Apalachee Bend Gulf Coast Children's
Advocacy Center Habilitative Services of North Florida Life Management Center of Northwest
Florida Literacy Volunteers of Washington County Office of Public Guardian Panhandle Area
Health Network Salvation Army Salvation Army Domestic Violence & Rape Crisis Program *
Second Chance of Northwest Florida Tri-County Community Council UW First Call for Help/
Volunteer Connections UW Community Impact Fund Washington County Council on Aging.


UNITED WAY
Continued from page 1
their friends and anybody else that they can."
Volunteers were on hand to distribute packets to business-
es and organizations. Regional Resource Director Tommy
McDonald, Jr. said volunteers were "very excited' as it was
announced that about $17,000 was raised by Pacesetter orga-
nizations that stepped up before the official campaign began,
and about $13,000 was turned in or pledged at the kickoff
breakfast.
"That makes about 40 percent of our goal," McDonald
said. The goal for this year's campaign is $80,000. "We loved
having all of the businesses come out and support us today.
They're going back and start their campaign, and we're look-
ing forward to the results."
For information email tommy.unitedway@knology.net or
call (850) 832-2919.
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Washington County News Saturday, September 13, 2008 3


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Photos by Cecilia Spears / Staff Writer
The opening season Peewee Football Jamboree was held at Philip Rountree Stadium last Saturday from 11 a.m. to well into the evening. Chipley teams participating were
The Chipley Mites, The Chipley Peewees and The Chipley Midgets.


Stars I

; Among U

A variety show featuring favorite local
entertainers including the
Webb Family Band and Jacob Sowell.


Tickets: $25/person or $45/couple
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4 Saturday, September 13, 2008 Washington County News


It's hard for a tiger



to swallow a bit


RICHMOND, Va. Dur-
ing part of his post-race press
conference, Tony Stewart
had both fists balled up, el-
bows on a table and fore-
head resting on the fists.
It was a good look for him,
but it wasn't exactly relaxed.
The room was rife with ten-
sion. Jeff Gordon couldn't
keep a straight face as Stew-
art answered one question
after another with answers
that weren't straight.
"Don't instigate him,"
said Gordon. "Just let it go."
Stewart doesn't enjoy it


NAS
To0
Monte


when he has to lie. Sometimes, in the
interest of team unity, a driver has to
either censor himself, elect not to tell
the truth, the whole truth and noth-
ing but the truth and, on rare occa-
sions, lie.
Sunday was one of those days.
Stewart has finished second in
three of the last six races. He hasn't
won all year. He's never gone through
a season winless. The losses are pil-
ing up as they always do on Stewart,
for whom happiness is never farther
away than victory lane.
What makes it all the more frus-
trating is that it has seldom been


more important for Stewart
to mind his manners. He's
trying to end his 10-year
tenure at Joe Gibbs Racing
with class. Everyone knows
he's leaving at the end of
the year. He doesn't want
to open himself to the criti-
cism that he's going through
the motions.
That's one criticism he
CAR isn't likely to get. It's obvi-
ous Stewart still wants to
day win by how hard he's tak-
Dutton ing this long, losing season.
He's in the Chase. He's still
got a shot at the champion-
ship. But he's got to keep everything
from blowing up in his face.
The bomb didn't go off on Sunday
at Richmond International Raceway,
but the fuse was lit.
Stewart had the lead on lap 360
when he pitted. It was gone when he
came out. Jimmie Johnson was ahead
of him and remained there for all but
two laps, 390 and 391, when Stewart's
Toyota nipped his Chevy at the line.
When Johnson's crew beat him
out, Stewart was caustic. After los-
ing a battle royal down the stretch,
Stewart got hot, ironically, on what is
known as the cool-down lap. He and


crew chief Greg Zipadelli exchanged
very harsh words via radio.
Ten seasons. Thirty-two victories.
Two championships. No one wants it
to end badly. Stewart abhors losing.
There's the rub.
From the moment he climbed
out of that orange car, Stewart was
straining not to cause any more trou-
ble. Diverting fire from his own team,
Stewart turned it on those who asked
him questions.
"We just couldn't get by him
(Johnson)," said Stewart in a post-
race radio interview. "We raced him
clean, the way he would have raced
us. We wanted to race with him re-
spect like he did me. We just came up
short."
Note the gratuitous and incorrect
use of the pronoun "we."
Asked by MRN's Winston Kelley,
"was your car better on long runs?"
Stewart replied, "Did you watch the
race? It tells the story. If you didn't
watch the race, it's going to be hard
for you to understand. I'm pretty
sure you were here the whole time.
You know what happened."
Words not said: The pit crew didn't
get me out in time.
You can reach Monte Dutton at
mdutton@gastongazette.com.


needo. Newswne
Tony Stewart (leading the race) trying to end his 10-
year tenure at Joe Gibbs Racing with class. Everyone
knows he's leaving at the end of the year. He doesn't
want to open himself to the criticism that he's going
through the motions.


One


injured


in


wreck



CARYVILLE A Westville
man suffered minor injuries in
a Thursday accident. Florida
Highway Patrol reported that
Paul Wilson of Westville in a
Nissan pickup truck struck a
flatbed truck driven by Dennis
McManus of Southport as the
flatbed slowed down head-
ing east near the Caryville
exit to Interstate 10. Wilson
was transported to Doctor's
Memorial Hospital in Bonifay
by Holmes County EMS.

Jay Felsberg / Staff Writer


Rodeo parade


signups now


BONIFAY Entry forms
from those planning to par-
ticipate in the 2008 North-
west Florida Championship
Rodeo Parade are now being
accepted. Community South
Bank is sponsoring the event
that will be held 2 p.m. Friday,
Oct. 3, and Saturday, Oct. 4,
in Bonifay.
Entry fee is $10 for one day
or $15 for both days (no con-
test). Businesses, political and
all float contestants will pay
$25, and the fee is good for
both days.
The same fees apply to
ATVs, go carts and off-road
motorcycles. There is no fee
for horse riders.
Each category will pay First
Place ($200) and second place


($100). There must be at least
three entries in each division
for a prize to be awarded.
All participants must line
up at Bonifay Elementary
School, 307 W. North Street
in Bonifay no later than 12:30
p.m. This includes single horse
riders as well.
Deadline to enter is Sept.
26. A late fee of $5 will be
added to all entries after that
date, or to entries made on
the same day as the parade.
Entry forms may be
dropped off at the Chamber
of Commerce or Holmes
County Housing Authority.
Fax entry forms to 850-547-
9411 or mail with a check to
Bonifay Kiwanis Club, P.O.
Box 1113, Bonifay, FL 32425.


Chipley City
Council meetings
Chipley City Council will hold a
public hearing Tuesday, Sept. 23 at
5:05 p.m. in City Hall Council cham-
bers. This meeting is on the adoption
of the final millage and budget.

Corn Pulling
Workshop
DOTHAN, ALA Learn how
important corn was to the Wiregrass
farmer at the turn of the century
and participate in the "corn pulling"
on Saturday, Sept. 13 at 10 a.m. at
Landmark Park.
Participants will help gather the
ears and learn how corn was grown
and used. Landmark Park staff will
lead activities including husking,
shelling and fashioning tools and
toys from by-products.
This workshop will be presented
at the Waddell House on the Wire-


grass Farmstead and is free with paid
gate admission. Park admission is $4
for adults, $3 for children and free
for members and children 3 and un-
der. Due to limited space, registra-
tion is required.
Landmark Park, home of the
*Alabama Agricultural Museum, is
a 100-acre historical and natural sci-
ence park located on U.S. Highway
431 North in Dothan, Ala.
For more information or to re-
serve your spot, contact the park at
334-794-3452.

Daffodil Program
and Bulb Sale
The Jackson County Master
Gardeners are having their Second
Annual Daffodil Program and Bulb
Sale. I
Saturday, Oct. 4 from 10 a.m. un-
til noon at the Jackson County Agri-
cultural Complex, 2741 Pennsylvania
Ave., Marianna, FL 32446.
The cost of $10 includes lunch,


hand-outs and door prizes. Local ex-
pert, Linda Van Beck will present an
overview of the history of Daffodils
in Florida, The Botany of a Bulb,
which ones really grow here and how
to plant and care for them.
Call 482-9620 to pre-register by
October 2, for a lunch count.

Quit Smoking Now
Quit Smoking Now class and sup-
port group will meet once a week
from 12 1 p.m. beginning Sept.
17. The meetings will be in Patillo's
Restaurant.
This curriculum was developed
by ex-smokers and is available at no
cost. Free NRT is available for class
participants.
Sponsors are Florida AHEC, Quit
Smoking Now, Quitline and Wash-
ington County Health Department.
For more information, call Shar-
ron Hobbs, 850-638-6240 ext. 134
or email sharon_hobbs@doh.state.
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Washington County News Saturday, September 13, 2008 5


1998
10 Years Ago
Young people from Bonifay, Vernon
and Chipley greeted the anti-tobacco
Truth Train when it stopped at Chipley
depot to pick up passengers.
A delegation from' Washington County
and one from Holmes County joined the
train for the trip to Tallahassee.
Bonifay Chapter No. 325 Order of the
Eastern Star donated a load of stuffed
animals to the Washington County
Sheriff's Department. They would be
given to children in times of stress.
Rebecca Marshall was named
Employee of the Month for September at
Northwest Florida Community Hospital.
She worked in the cardiopulmonary
department.
Ernest Lanford, member of Wausau's
14-man Red Sox baseball team of 1927,
was among those receiving a plaque of
appreciation during the annual baseball
reunion held at the Possum Palace.

1978
30 Years Ago
Jay Eubank of Bryan, Texas, stopped
his covered wagon in Chipley while en
route to Boston, Mass., from California.
He said he planned to hold a new tea
party in Boston to protest high taxes.
More than 50 coaches from
throughout the Panhandle attended a
Basketball Coaching Clinic in Vernon.
Alma Butler, administrative assistant
to Congressman Bob Sikes, received
the highest award given by Florida State
Society. She was cited for unselfish service
to the state and nation.
A crop duster pilot escaped serious
injury when his plane went down in trees
on the east side of SR77. Edgar Searcy of
Chipley had swerved the plane to avoid a
midair collision with a low-flying biplane.
Ray Stubbs and son, Michael, of
Vernon caught a 43-pound sailfish that
measured 107 inches long off Panama
City.

1968
40 Years Ago
The first graduating class in the
cosmetology course at Washington-
Holmes Technical Center was ready to
take the state board examinations to
become fully licensed.
The Rev. Robert B. Crawford assumed
duties as new pastor of First Free Will
Baptist Church in Chipley.
New Chipley PTA officers were
Mrs. Will Sangaree, president; Wilton
Kolmetz, vice president; Mrs. Martin
VanderWerf, secretary, and Mrs. Marvis
Jett, treasurer.


Chipley Garden Club would hold
its first regular meeting of the 1968-69
year on Oct. 2 at the home of Mrs. Roy
Chance. Hostesses would be Mrs. Hubert
Prescott, Mrs. J.E. Davis, Mrs. S.E.
McGeachy and Mrs. John Huckaby.


1953
55 Years Ago
Construction of a new elementary
school in Chipley would begin after bids
were received on Oct. 5, said School
Superintendent W.T McFatter Jr.
Chipley High School announced that
Charles Sloan had been elected president
of the senior class and would head the
Key Club during the school year. Wayne
Chance was president of the junior class.
Roy Yates was elected president of
the Vernon FFA chapter. Other officers
were Arnold Galloway, vice president,
and Floyd Owens, secretary. Coleman
Register would lead the softball team as
captain.
Joe Revis, president of Washington
County Farm Bureau, said his group had
set a membership goal of 150 for the next
year.


1928
80 Years Ago
J.J. Williams was having the interior of
his store remodeled. He said it would be
one of the most attractive grocery stores
in Chipley when work was completed.
Mr. and Mrs. J.E Arnold and children,
who had spent several weeks in Kentucky,
returned home.
Members of the Epworth League.
were entertained during a social at
the north Chipley home of Miss Elma
Fowler. Games were played and delicious
refreshments were served.


1908
100 Years Ago
Miss Lena Coleman returned from
North Carolina where she spent the
summer with relatives.
Attorney J. Bowers Campbell of the
law firm Campbell and McGeachy in
Milton, stopped in Chipley for a two-day
visit with relatives and friends. He was
returning from Tallahassee where he had
been attending to professional business.
Mrs. D.D. Davis and daughter, Alto,
returned from Panama City where they
had spent the summer.
Dot Robertson was home from
Geneva County, Ala., where she was
teaching.


Contributed Photo
Josh Tracy shares his adventures in New Zealand and Australia with the Kiwanis club
of Chipley at their regular Tuesday luncheon. From the. left are Josh Tracy, Marvin En-
gram, David Solger, Don Gray.



Kiwanis hears tales


from "down under"


CHIPLEY Josh Tracy, a senior at Ver-
non High School, told the Kiwanis Club at
its regular Tuesday luncheon that it's cold in
New Zealand in August, since seasons are
reversed in the Southern Hemisphere. As
proof, Tracy had pictures of himself rappel-
ling.down a cliff in a snowstorm. The New
Zealand experience was part of a 19-day trip
that included stops in both New Zealand and
Australia with a group of 30 students as part
of the People To People International Stu-
dent Ambassador programs.
National leaders such as President Dwight
Eisenhower, entertainer Bob Hope, Walt
Disney, Olympic athlete Jesse Owens, and
others started People To People Ambassador
Programs in 1956. People To People organiz-
es and promotes international and domestic
trips for students, athletes, and professionals,
but only middle school and high school stu-
dents can make the international trips, along
with adult professionals. Doctor groups are
a recurring and popular professional group
to make the "ambassador' trips. Current
year trips have included New Zealand, Aus-
tralia, South American nations, the world
leadership forum in China, Saudi Arabia and
Mecca, as well as several central European
capitals. For more information, visit www.
peopletopeople.com.
Tracy's group of 15 students from the Gulf
Coast states and 15 more students from the
Virginia area met in Los Angeles for the 13-
hour flight to Auckland. After landing they
enjoyed a local meal at McDonald's. Later
the student ambassadors sampled local foods
at each of their stops. Tracy commented
about the large numbers of sheep and made
it obvious to the Kiwanians that he has yet to
develop a taste for lamb or veal.
Through the slide presentation, the club


shared some of the sites from the trip. As
the group moved northward into Australia,
the weather became warmer and the group
went snorkeling at the Great Barrier Reef
in northeast Australia. In addition to see-
ing tourist sites in Auckland, Christ Church,
Sydney, Melbourne, and Queensland, the
groups had the opportunity to meet with
local students to exchange information and
learn about other lifestyles.
When friends ask Josh Tracy what he did
this summer, he has some great stories and
the pictures to prove it. He is also active in
the Boy Scouts and achieved his Eagle Scout
rank last year, is secretary of the Vernon
High School Key Club and lives with his par-
ents, Lou and Patricia Tracy in Sunny Hills.
During the meeting, David Solger, mem-
bership chairperson, reported that Take
Stock in Children still needs mentors, espe-
cially women. It only takes a few minutes a
week to meet with a scholarship recipient at
a local high school and be a friend and men-
tor. Those interested should contact Don
Walters at (850) 638-8565.
The Kiwanis Club of Chipley has been
serving the youth of Washington County for
over 67 years, and last year provided financial
support to over 30 recipient groups/activities.
Next on the Kiwanis fund raising calendar is
the acclaimed Dinner Theatre September 18,
at the Ag Center, which has a theme this year
of 'A Variety Show Stars Among Us". The
club meets Tuesdays at Pattillo's Restaurant
in the middle of the. Washington-Holmes
County Technical Center (WHTC) at Noon.
For an invitation to lunch, contact any Ki-
wanian or call David Solger, Membership
Chairperson, at 638-1276. New members
who believe in the potential of our y6uth are
always welcome.


Circuit Court Update


Circuit Court was held August 12, 2008 at the Washington County
Courthouse in Chipley. Those scheduled to appear in court are as follows:


Arraignment:
Horace Anderson: aggravated
assault to cause bodily harm or
disability.
William Russell Armstrong:
driving while license suspended
or revoked, habitual offender.
Martha Maria Baker. aggravated
battery by person using deadly
weapon.
Curtis Anthony Bischer: obtain
controlled substance by fraud.
Cireno Cadenas: driving while
license suspended or revoked/
third or subsequent offense.
James Roger Cannon: battery on
officer, firefighter, EMT, etc.,
resisting officer with violence.
Timothy Lee Carter: uttering false
instrument (5 counts).
James Lee Coatney: sale of
methamphetamine, sale of'
marijuana (2 counts), marijuana
possession, possess or use drug
paraphernalia.
Gary Wayne Corbin: grand theft
more than $300/less than
$5,000.
Melinda Kaye Dansby: fraud/
illegal use of credit card used
more than two times in six
months to obtain goods, forgery
of/alter public record certificate
(10 counts), utter false
instrument (10 counts).
Steven Debolt: continued.
Demion Antonio Dixon: sexual
assault on victim 12 years or
older/special condition.
Joseph Francis Ewing: possession
of cocaine, possession of
marijuana.


Kenneth Edward Finkc unarmed
burglary of dwelling/no assault
or battery.
Ronald Andrew Finkeldey: hit
and run/leave scene of crash
involving damage to property,
hit and run/fail to stop and
remain a crash involving injury,
reckless driving.
William Eldridge Fowler. unlawful
possession of listed chemicals,
producing methamphetamine.
Polly C. Foxworth: unlawful
possession of listed chemicals,
producing methamphetamine.
Kelly Robin Green: grand theft of
motor vehicle, driving under the
influence and property damage,
operating vehicle while drivers
license suspended/cancelled or
revoked.
David Lee Hall: battery to cause
bodily harm (2 counts), kidnap-
false imprisonment of adult (2
counts).
James Kyle Herrington:
possession of controlled
substance without prescription,
possess or use drug
paraphernalia.
Jamie Elaine Hoffman: lewd and
lascivious battery on victim 12
to 15 years of age.
Kerstine Hughes: possession of
methamphetamine, possess
or use drug paraphernalia,
unlawful possession of
listed chemicals, producing
methamphetamine.
Kurtis Roy Jeter: battery/second
or subsequent offense (2
counts).
Leisa Elaine Jones: aggravated


battery to cause bodily harm or
disability.
Michael Joseph Logue: grand
theft more than $300 but less
than $5,000.
Alfonso 0. Marshall: battery/
second or subsequent offense.
Willie James Mitchell: fail to
re-register as required-sex
offender violation.
Michael Travis Odom: possession
of marijuana with intent to sell,
manufacture or deliver, etc.
Gregory Owens: fraud/
false statement to obtain
unemployment compensation.
Douglas Edgar Porter: driving
while license suspended or
revoked/third or subsequent
offense.
Brandon Terrell Ramsey: possess
cocaine with intent to sell,
manufacture or deliver, etc.
Dwight D. Redding: possession of
marijuana.
Amber Lane Register: kidnap
minor interfering with custody.
Jeffrey Lamar Ridgeway: driving
under the influence/second
offense, possession of weapon
or ammo by convicted Florida
felon.
Michael Lewis Roberts: battery
by person detained in prison or
jail.
Danya M. Rouse: possession of
methamphetamine, divulge
police radio information to aid
suspect, grand theft more than
$300/less than $5,000.
Michael David Saturly: unlawful
possession of listed chemicals,
producing methamphetamine.


Tenton James Smith: unlawful
possession of listed chemicals.
Steven Boyd Spears: unlawful
possession of listed
chemicals, possession of
methamphetamine.
John Jason Stacey: grand theft (2
counts), burglary of structure,
burglary of dwelling and escape.
Sonia Lynn Stubbs: utter false
instrument (3 counts).
Timothy Allen Taylor: possession
of methamphetamine, possess
or use drug paraphernalia,
operating vehicle while drivers
license suspended cancelled or
revoked.
Mildred D. Torres: smuggle
contraband into prison
inmate/introduce, remove,
etc., trafficking in heroin and
possession of marijuana.
Timothy Wayne Vaughn:
aggravated assault with deadly
weapon without intent to kill.
Gregory Irvin White: aggravated
battery by person using a deadly
weapon.
Joseph Hubert White: producing
marijuana, possession of
marijuana.
Franklin Edward Williams:
aggravated battery on pregnant
woman, escape and resist officer
with violence.
Charles Edward Willoughby:
driving while license suspended
or revoked/third or subsequent
offense.
Maria Charisse Young: neglect
of child without great harm,
kidnap minor/interfere with
custody.


Motion Hearing:
Dewey B. Hicks: lewd and
lascivious behavior/conduct by
person less than 18 years of age.

Prem. VOP
Hearing:
James H. Peterson: sale or
delivery of controlled substance.
Curtis Edward Spencer:
continued.
Stephen Dale Via: possession of
cocaine, possess or use drug
paraphernalia.
Richard C. Wade: driving while
license suspended or revoked/
third or subsequent offense,
driving under the influence of
alcohol or drugs.

Pre-Trail Hearing:
Geoffrey Bartee Dale: possess
marijuana with intent to see,
manufacture, deliver etc.

Supplemental
Pre-Trial:
Michael Ray Land: unarmed
burglary of unoccupied
structure conveyance.

Sentencing:
Joshua Lee Albert Pyfrom: obtain
controlled substance by fraud,
armed burglary of dwelling
structure or conveyance, grand
larceny of firearm, grant theft
more than $300- less than
$5,000.


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Sept. 13
Sprint Cup Series Practice ESPN2 @ 8 a.m.
Truck Series Keystone Light Pole Qualifying SPEED @ 9 a.m.
Craftsman Truck Series Set-up SPEED @ 1:30 p.m.
New Hampshire 200 SPEED @ 2 p.m.
Sprint Cup Series Final Practice ESPN2 @ 5 p.m.
Sept. 14
NASCAR Race Day SPEED @ 10 a.m.
Sprint Cup Series Countdown ABC @ noon
Sprint Cup Sylvania 300 ABC @ 1 p.m.
NASCAR Victory Lane SPEED @ 7 p.m.
Sept. 19
Sprint Cup Series Practice SPEED @ 10 a.m.
Sprint Cup Coors Light Pole Qualifying ESPN2 @ 2 p.m.
NASCAR Now ESPN2 @ 3:30 p.m.
Nationwide Series Final Practice SPEED @ 4:30 p.m.
Trackside at Dover SPEED @ 6 p.m.
Sept. 20
Nationwide Coors Light Pole Qualifying SPEED @ 10 a.m.
Nationwide Series Countdown ESPN2 @ 2 p.m.
Nationwide RoadLoans.com 200 ESPN2 @ 2:30 p.m.
Sprint Cup Series Final Practice ESPN2 @ 5 p.m.
Craftsman Truck Series Set-up SPEED @ 8 p.m.
Craftsman Truck Series Qwik Liner 350 SPEED @ 8:30 p.m.
Sept. 21
NASCAR RaceDay SPEED @ 10 a.m.
Sprint Cup Series Countdown ABC @ noon
Sprint Cup Dover 400 ABC @ 1 p.m.
NASCAR Victory Lane SPEED @ 7 p.m.



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Camping World Camping World Qwik Liner Loud Energy
RV 400 200 350 Drink 150


GEM is suing


Robby Gordon


Gillett Evernham
Motorsports is suing Robby
Gordon, claiming the
owner/driver violated terms
of an agreement that would
have sold his team to GEM.
Gordon insisted he hasn't
breached any contract and
wants to proceed with the
sale of Robby Gordon
Motorsports to GEM.
"They want to fight this
and get relief from the agree-
ment, and we'll let a judge
decide if they can get out of
it," Gordon said Friday at
Richmond International
Raceway. "This caught me
by surprise, and I don't feel I
have breached anything."
Gordon agreed to the deal
on Jan. 29 to sell his team at
the end of this season for


$23.5 million. The deal
would have given Gordon a
four-year driving contract
with GEM, and possibly a
seat on the team's board of
directors. GEM would have
acquired Gordon's shop and
property in Charlotte.
Upon agreeing to the deal,
Gordon promptly left Ford
for Dodge and began an
alliance with GEM that gave
him technical, manufacturing
and marketing help.
GEM said it had an exclu-
sivity clause that prevented
Gordon from talking to other
teams about possible merg-
ers. In May, Gordon asked
out of the deal, according to
the lawsuit, in exchange for
an engine deal for the
remainder of the season.


Dodge opts out


Once the powerhouse in the
Craftsman Truck Series,
Dodge plans to stop providing
financial support to that series
next year, senior manager
Mike Delahanty of Dodge
Motorsports said.
The change was first report-
ed by ESPN.
Delahanty said Dodge
teams in the Sprint Cup and
Nationwide series would not


On the

Bubble

Driver: Michael McDowell
Owner: Rob Kauffman
Points: 1,959
Points out of 34th: 10
Points ahead of 36th: 11
Place Owner
33 Joe Custer
34 Deitrich Mateschitz
35 Rob Kauffman
36 Robby Gordon
37 Roger Penske
38 George Gillett, Jr.


be affected.
The manufacturer won 46
of 99 races from 2001-04, and
has claimed championships in
the Truck Series with Bobby
Hamilton in 2004 and Ted
Musgrave the following sea-
son.
Only two teams are racing
full-time in Dodges in the
Truck Series this season -Jason
White and Dennis Setzer.


Michael McDowell
Driver Points
Scott Riggs 2,001
A.J. Allmendinger 1,969
Michael McDowell 1,959
Robby Gordon 1,948
Sam Hornish, Jr. 1,942
Patrick Carpentier 1,767


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Rusty Jarrett/Getty Images for NASCAR
The 2008 Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup field poses with the Sprint Cup trophy after the Chevy Rock & Roll
400 at Richmond International Raceway. The drivers are (Back row L-R) Matt Kenseth, Greg Biffle, Denny Hamlin,
Carl Edwards, Dale Earnhardt Jr., Jeff Burton (Front row L-R) Jeff Gordon, Jimmie Johnson, Tony Stewart, Kevin
Harvick, Clint Bowyer and Kyle Busch.




Then there were 12


By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazette.com

There are 3,227 laps
scheduled to be run before
race fans will learn who will
wear the 2008 Sprint Cup
Crown.
Kyle Busch was the early
favorite and then came a late
season charge from Carl
Edwards, .but the person
many people have now for-
gotten is two-time defending
Sprint Cup Champion
Jimmie Johnson, who has
won the last two races and
three races during the 10 race
chase.
Only 40 points separate
the three drivers who are
expected to contend for this
year's title, while drivers
Tony Stewart, Greg Biffle,
Jeff Gordon, Kevin Harvick,
and Matt Kenseth are only 80
points back.
As the Chase starts at New
Hampshire, Jeff Burton has
four career wins, Jeff Gordon
has three, while Johnson and
Tony Stewart are tied with


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Jerry Markland/Getty Images for NASCAR
Jimmie Johnson led twice for 32 laps en route to win-
ning the Chevy Rock & Roll 400 at Richmond
International Speedway.


two.
Busch is enjoying a 30-
point lead over Edwards and
a 40-point 'margin on
Johnson, but that all could
soon disappear if Johnson
holds true to his form during
the final 10-race chase.
During the chase portion
of the schedule Johnson has
11 career wins, which is the
best by any driver in the
chase. Greg Biffle is next
with four wins in the chase
schedule.
Johnson also enjoys the
highest driver rating over the
last three Chases for the


After Pesi 500 AfteNationwid

After Pepsi 500 After Emerson Radio 250


Driver
1. Kyle Busch
2. Carl Edwards
3. Jimmie Johnson
4. Dale Earnhardt, Jr.
5. Clint Bowyer
6. 'Dennie Hamlin
7. Jeff Burton
8. Tony Stewart
9. Greg Biffle
10. Jeff Gordon


Behind
Leader
-30
-40
-70
-70
-70
-70
-80
-80
-80


Driver
.1. Clint Bowyer
2. Carl Edwards
3. Brad Keselowski
4. Mike Bliss
5. David Ragan
6. David Reutimann
7. Kyle Busch
8. Mike Wallace
9. Marcos Ambrose
10. Jason Leffler


Sprint Cup with a mark of
106.3. The next best Chase
driving rating belongs to his
teammate and former Sprint
Cup Champion Gordon.
Ironically the 12 drivers in
this years chase have led 87.2
of all laps ran this season.
Busch, who hopes to join
his brother Kurt as a Sprint
Cup Champion, has led 1,633
of those laps this season
while it would take the laps
led by Johnson and Dale
Eamhardt, Jr., to collectively
lead more with 1,794.
The last time brothers
were champions was 2000


After Camping World 200


Behind Driver
Leader 1. Johnny Benson
-207 2. Ron Hornaday
-279 3. Matt Crafton
-484 4. Todd Bodine
-505 5. Mike Skinner
-524 6. Rick Crawford
-610 7. Erik Darnell
-834 8. Jack Sprague
-882 9.' Dennis Setzer
-886 10. Terry Cook


Behind
Leader
-94
-199
-249
-273
-289
-307
-363
-431
-438


when Bobby Labonte, who
drove at the time for Joe
Gibbs Racing, won the Sprint
Cup. Brother Terry Labonte
claimed titles in 1984 and
1996.
The biggest news could be
what would happen if
Johnson claims his third con-
secutive title, which has been
done only one other time.
Cale Yarborough won titles
from 1976 to 1978 while
driving for Junior Johnson.
This. is a feat that was
approached but never accom-
plished by the likes of Joe
Weatherly when he drove for
Bud Moore back in 1962-63,
David Pearson in 1968-69,
Richard Petty in 1971-72 and
again in 1974-75, Darrell
Waltrip in 1981-82, the late
Dale Earnhardt in 1986-87,
1990-91, and 1993-94, while
the last one to accomplish
this feat was Gordon in 1997-
98.
Amazingly Gordon, a
four-time Sprint Cup
Champion, is listed as a co-
owner of Johnson's car.


After Chicagoland ARCA 200
Driver Behind
1. Scott Speed Leader
'2. Ricky Stenhouse, Jr. -50
3. Matt Carter -160
4. Frank Kimmel -245
5. Justin Allgaier -265
6. Tom Hessert III -740
7. Ken Butler -775
8. Tyler Maslam -795
9. John Wes Townley -815
10. Patrick Sheltra -815


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1100 1102 East Tennessee H87102GL 84107244 1FTEF14NOSN836294 rinistrative Hearings COLORI. 3310 full-time M-F Billing Ponce de Leon, FL.
Street A/K/A 03 Chevy Van Silver (DOAH) of the Department Call now for details FOR SALEaP ianos Clerk. At least one year
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Tallahassee, Florida 3958 Pate Pond Road 1GNDX03E83D185262 of Management ServicesI and be noticed! Dir sGuitars Band of hospital billing ya
OF THE 14th JUDICIAL 32308 Vernon, FL 32462 91 Lin Con 4DR Blue for the scheduling of an 638-0212 experience required.
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR, (850) 224-2800 at public sale, to the high- 1 LNLM9840NY644065 Administrative Hearing Instruments. INTRU I interested applicants iLife Manaement
WASHINGTON COUNTY, Personal Representative est and best bidder, for 83 Ford 4DR White pursuant to Sections 547-9414 NT S can send their resume CenterofNorthwest
FLORIDA. Mrs. Odell Bell Murray cash, on the front steps of 2FABP43FODB112416 120.569 and 120.57, F.S. -. T r ---os- L itar as to Florida, Inc.
PROBATE DIVISION 4986 Spring Run Road the Washington County As published in the Wash- The purpose of thead- ES N: G t Bss RO. Box 188, Bonifay, Flr
Case No.: 67-07-CP-049 Vernon, Florida 32462 Courthouse, Highway 90, ington County News Sep- ministrative hearing will be /' D rums, Piano, ext.FL. 32425, i Adult Cae Mnar
As published in the Wash- Chipley, Florida at at 11:00 member 13, 2008. to present evidence and Covington 3 5 Attn: Christy Booth, tCase Manaiaer
In Re the Estate Of: ington County News Sep- o'clock, A.M. Central _________testimony on the noncom- 85 5- 38 Human Resources needed to provide case
THOMAS MURRAY JR., member 13, 20,2008. Standard Time, on Sep- REQUEST FOR QUALIFI pliance issues alleged by 850-557-1918. epartment. I management services
Deceased member 30, 2008. CATIONS. the Department in s. Ob- N 5 1Or apply in person at for adults experiencing
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRA- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Any person claiming an in- Recommend-ations, and 6 2600Hospital Drve. behavioral health prob-
TIOCN OOF THE FOURTEENTH terest in the surplus from Tri-County Community Comments Report' and 3320 Doctors Memorial lems. Bachelor's degree
The administration of the THE STATE FU RIDA, the sa, property o er as of qualfctilfons for a Third der to secure recomS Leola BrLock Nurseries I H Wo s p lace. fromaccre tedsy univer
Estate of THOMAS MUR- IN AND FOR WASHING- the date of the lis pend- Party Administrator (TPA) mended order for forward- 2100 Pet LLC Plants, trees and workpsychology, social
RAY JR., deceased, Case TON COUNTY CIVIL DIVI- ens, must file a claim te agency's403(b) ing to Administration Com- Good Home landscapehcont apti ngwo------ hated humanscsf
pending in the Circuit CASE NO. 67-08-CA-238 sale. Proposal should include: 2130- Farm Animals/ White Road, Bonifa FLExperience preferred.
Court for Washington Affected persons may peti- Supplies
County, Florida, Probate AMERICAN HOME MORT- CLERK OF CIRCUIT firms qualifications tion to intervene in this 2140- Pets/Lvestock 32425 (Washi ngton eral Check outthe job
Division, the address of GAGE SERVICING, INC., COURT plan for reporting function proceeding. A petition for Wanted County) (850)638-1202 G details & fill out an ap-
which is Clerk of the Cir- Plaintiff, By K. McDaniel costplan intervention must be filed 326-1500, ,Member Services plication on-line:
cuit Court, Washington vs. Deputy Clerk at least twenty (20) days -I Office Clerk www.lifemanagement
County Courthouse, 1293 DANE PIGMAN; THE UN- THIS INSTRUMENT PRE- Contact Janice Richards at before the final hearing i i center.org
Jackson Avenue, Post Of- KNOWN SPOUSE OF PARED BY: 850/547-3689 for addi- and must include all of the ---210---- 2 contract positions with Apply in writing to:
fice Box 647, Chipley, Flor- DANE PIGMAN; SHARI Law Offices of tional information. information and contents 7yr. old Gelding Black benefits, 1 in our 525 E 15th Street
ida 32428. The names PIGMAN; THE UNKNOWN Daniel C. Consuegra All proposals submitted described in Uniform Rule Tennessee Walker, great I Graceville office and 1 Panama City FL 32405
and addresses of the Per- SPOUSE OF SHARI 9204 King Palm Drive shall be received no later 28-106.205, F.A.C. Pursu wth kids, good trail ride in ou Bonifay office. Pre-employment Drug &
sonal Representative and PIGMAN; IF LIVING, IN- Tampa, FL 33619-1328 At- than Monday, Sept. 22, ant to 163.3184(10), F.S., $3200 OBO. Call Good clerical and com- Background screening
her attorney are set forth CLUDING ANY UNKNOWN torneys for Plaintiff 2008; 400 p.m at the fol- no new issues may be al- 850-271-1248 or puter skills necessary. required
below. SPOUSE OF SAID lowing address to be con- leged as a reason to find a 850-527-6262. Send Resume to EOE/Drug Free
SONS ARE NOTIFIED MARRIED, AND IF DE- American with Disabilities Tri-County Community petition to intervene filed Cooperative,
THAT: CEASED, THE RESPEC- Act of 1990, persons need- Council, Inc. more than twenty one (21) 4100 Help Wanted ATTN: Medical
All persons upon whom TIVE UNKNOWN HEIRS, ing a special accommo- ATTN: Janice Richards; Hr days after publication of I 2130 4130 Employment Personnel Department, I
this notice is served who DEVISEES, GRANTEES, dation to participate in this Directr this notice unless the peti- For SaleBeautiful 4 year Information PRO. Box 127, 1Holmes County Florida is
tha e qualificationsth ofLASSIGNEN ES,CANDITORUR0.BoxSc yn Mdicl ber-
have objections that chal- ASSIGNEES, CREDIORS, proceeding should contact R O. Bo 1 tioner establishes good old registered Bay Geld- ^^P CEsS'I g Graceville, FL 32440, seeking a Director of
lenge the qualifications of LIENORS, AND TRUS- the ASA Coordinator no Bonfay, FL 32425 cause for not alleging such g. $2000 Call 850-263-3231. Emergency Medical Ser-
the Personal Representa- TEES, AND ALL OTHER later than seven (7) days (850) 547-3689 new issues within the 850-258-4411 4100 I DRUG FREE I vices. Requires a mini-
tive, venue, or jurisdiction PERSONS CLAIMING BY prior to the proceedings. The Council reserves the twenty one (21) day time 4 0 WORKPLACE & EQUAL i mum of an EMT certifica-
of this Court are required THROUGH, UNDER OR If hearing impaired, please right to reject any and all period. The petition for in-a .'- Drivers OPPORTUNITY tion with two years experi-
to file their objections with AGAINST THE NAMED call (800) 955-9771 (TDD) proposals. tervention shall be filed at \ IbI EMPLOYER. ence at that classification,
this Court WITHIN THE DEFENDANT(S); UN- or (800) 955-8770 (voice), As published in the Wash- DOAH, 1230 Apalachee I DRIVERS WANTED IL---- -- plus five years manage-
LATER OF THREE KNOWN TENANT #1; UN- via Florida Relay Service. ington County News Sep- Parkway, Tallahassee, Tri-County Community meant experience An AS
MONTHS AFTER THE KNOWN TENANT #2; As published in the Wash-. member 13, 2008. Florida 32399-3060, and a Council, Inc., General degree is desired, but not
DATE OF THE FIRST PUB- Defendant(s) ington County News Sep- copy mailed or delivered .o is accepting TAnecessary. A bachelor's
LICATION OF THIS NO- tember 6,13, 2008. STATE OF FLORIDA DE- to the local government I applications for the POSTAL JOBS degree in the appropriate
TICE OR THIRTY DAYS NOTICE OF SALE ______________ PARTMENT OF COMMU- and the Department. Fail-m I Walton County $17.89-$28.27 /HR, Now discipline can substitute
AFTER THE DATE OF NITY AFFAIRS NOTICE OF ure to petition to intervene MERANDISE Transportation Program. Hiring. For application & for two years of experi-
SERVICE OF A COPY OF Notice is hereby given Lien Sale INTENT TO FIND THE within the allowed time I .. ------E Great Benefit Package. I Free Government job ence. Current Director is
THIS NOTICE ON THEM. that, pursuant to a Final CITY OF CHIPLEY COM- frame constitutes a waiver 3100 Antiques info, Call American As- retiring after 30 years serv-
All creditors of the dece- Summary Judgment of Chipley Storage LLC of PREHENSIVE PLAN of any right such a person 3110- Appliances REQUIREMENTS: soc of Labor, ice. Submit resumes to:
dent and other persons Foreclosure entered in the 1411 Brickyard Road, AMENDMENT NOT IN has to request a hearing 3120-Arts & Crafts Must be 23 years of age 1-913-599-8226, 24hrs. Holmes County Adminis-
having claims or demands above-styled cause, in the Chipley, FL 32428, COMPLIANCE pursuant to Sections 3130 Auctions I and have an Operator emp. serv. trator, 201 N. Oklahoma
against the Decedent's es- Circuit Court of Washing- pursuant to the provisions DOCKET NO 120.569 and 120.57, F.S., 3140 Baby Items Driver's ULicense with at St, Suite 203, Bonifay, FL
tate on which a copy of ton County, Florida, I will of the Florida "Mini 08-PEFE1-NOI-6703-(A)- or to participate in the ad- 3150 Building Supplies least 5 years driving ex- 32425. Deadline for appli-
this notice is served within sell the property situate in Self-Storage Landlord and (N) ministrative hearing. 3160- Businessn perience without viola I -General cations will be October
three months after date of Washington County, Flor- Tenant Act" (FL Stat. -3170 Collectibles I tions. Must agree to an- The Den in Chiple 3rd, 2008 with an antici-
the first publication of this ida, described as: 83.801 et sec.) hereby pro- The Department gives no- After an administrative 3180 Computers nual physical and back- Tseeks enrienced pated start date of Novem-
notice must file their vide NOTICE OF SALE un- tice of its intent to find the hearing petition is timely 3190 Electronics ground screening. se epserie ber 2nd. Applications and
claims with this Court BEGIN AT A POINT der said Act, to wit: Amendment(s) to the filed, mediation is available 3200 Firewood seamstresses. a complete job description
WITHIN THE LATER OF WHERE THE WEST LINE on October 4, 2008 at 7:00 Comprehensive Plan for pursuant to 3210- Free Pass it On DUTIES: $10 an hour. can be downloaded at
THREE MONTHS AFTER OF SECTION 26, TOWN- am, Chipley Storage LLC City of Chipley, adopted 163.3189(3)(a), F.S., to 3220 Furniture Transport riders to a Must have experience www.holmescountyfl.org
THE DATE OF THE FIRST SHIP 3 NORTH, RANGE will conduct a public sale by Ordinance No(s) 882 any affected person who is 3230 Garage/Yard Sales pre-determined sched- Duvwshabet us or may be picked up at the
PUBLICATION OF THIS 15 WEST, WASHINGTON under Said act, for non onJu NOTIN madeapa 3240 T ule. Use two-way radio. IDuvts, shams, etc. us- County Administrators of-
NOTICE OR THIRTY DAYS COUNTY, FLORIDA IN- payment of rents, of the COMPLIANCE, pursuant to ceeding by filing that re- 3260 Health & Fitness Must be able to secure in9 asewmane fice.
AFTER THE DATE OF TERSECTS THE SOUTH goods and contents of: Sections 163.3184, quest with the administra- 3270 Jewelry/Clothing wheelchairs (will train); A r nd a serger. Holmes County is an
SERVICE OF A COPY OF RIGHT-OFWAY LINE OF Units# 23, 34, 42. Cash 163.3187 and 163.3189, tive law judge assigned by 32 ree80n is required. Equal Opportunity Em-
THIS NOTICE ON THEM. STATE ROAD #279; only, No checks, All Sales F.S. the Division of Adminis- Equipment sisting other drivers -a p and a Drug Free
All other creditors of the THENCE SOUTH 00 DE- are Final. trative Hearings. The 3290 Medical Equipment when needed; enjoy o(85)alk-i4s Workplace.
Decedent and persons GREES 54'44" WEST FOR All of the following storage The adopted City of Chip- choice of mediation shall 3300 Miscellaneous working with elderly,
having claims or demands A DISTANCE OF 911.56 units consist of household ley Comprehensive Plan not affect a party's right to 3310 Musical Instruments disabled and other Other
against the Decedents es- FEET ALONG THE WEST goods and unknown the Department's Objec- an administrative hearing. 3320 Plants & Shrubs/ riders. Healthcare
tate must file their claims LINE OF SAID SECTION items. tions, Recommend-ations, 3330 Restaurant/Hotel 'Mystery Shoppers, get
with this Court WITHIN 26, TO AN IRON ROD; Unit# 23 David and Edna and Comments Report, (if -s- Mike McDaniel, Chief 3340 Sporting Goods Applications may be ob- ARNP Needed for local paid to shop! Retail/dining
THREE MONTHS AFTER THENCE SOUTH 89 DE- Kinsey any), and the Department's Office of Community Plan- 3350 Tickets (Buy & Sell) tained at any of the Medical Practice. Mon- establishments need un-
Tri-County Community I day thru Friday. if inter- derercover clients to judge


II U U^ ^ M I g1 Wanted To Buy antiques, 430pm For informa- I For more information,
collectibles, gold, silverI tion call Sharon Kent, please call Other
dinnerware, collections, I Administrative Manager, 850-638-1230.
paintings, call Al Schmidt (850) 547-3689. Midnight Laundry
850-638-7304 I Successful applicant will I Healthcare Position
pe be subject to Part-time laundry position
.J pre-employment drug Southern Health
iP i' | E,' tDO ER E 8DD Partner's Inc. is currently Thirty hours a week.sentart-


E E .On-y qua .fe 8 .1-l A 1 WR CE ffo
1 P_ _caons_ for3 2 y qutalfe and i IhacceptingdI applica Ins f g pay of $8 an hour.t e
E'C III I I cents will be consid-ntreliable HAf's and CNA's Background screening re-




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a aartriruicoivan oq| 2 | I EMPLOYER AND DRUG 8am to 8pm




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AVINGS OF $32.01 OFFrTHE REGULAR PRICu nnsurancrunit orc ppenoo-eses

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To place our ad, call ,-.6160- Rooms for Remnt
-ib Pny CGe R. We are now taking applications for 6170 Mobile Home/Lot
-118-6 1,?n.F I S, 1 6180 Out-of-Town Rentals
68 o F002 2 6 ''u.003wrI -Welders 6190 Timeshare Rentals
'_. 850-638-0212 850-541=-'94141 5. ,3380 I. .6200C-Vacation Rentals
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8 Saturday, September 13, 2008 0 Washington County News


C&C Bookkeeping and
Tax Service. Open 5 days
a week. 8am to 5pm. Call
(850)638-1483



Headliners and Vinyl
Tops Mobile Unit. I do the
work at your home or
workplace. Reasonable
rates on new vinyl tops
and auto carpeting. Free
estimates. Call anytime,
leave message. (850)
638-7351



Mahaffey
Builders, Inc.
Call us for all your residen-
tial or commercial building
projects.Excellent refer-
ences upon request.Small
projects and repairs wel-
come. All major credit
cards accepted! license #
(850)-832-8005



Caregiver
Caregiver with 17-years ex-
perience. Not only take
care of your loved ones
but, will do whats needed.
850-535 -0051 ,
850-849-2755


Caregiver
Seeking job for
watching/taking care of
elderly. Have 15 years ex-
perience. Will go to your
house, clean if wanted.
Please call 850-373-7570

Will sit with the Elderly in
their home. Lighthouse
keeping, companionship,
run errands, ect. Call (850)
547-5041, or (850)
849-2535.





Carpentry, pressure wash-
ing, lawn care, patio & win-
dow re-screening. great
rates. (850)638-4492





Sod Sod Sod Quality you
can depend on. Irrigated,
weed & pest controlled.
Centipede and St. Augus-
tine. Delivery and installa-
tion available. 8 miles SW
of Chipley for easy cus-
tomer hauling. Call any-
time. Billy and Leola Brock
(850) 638-1202; 326-1500


ADOPTION


Pregnant? Considering adoption? A
successful educated woman seeks
to adopt, and needs your help! Will
be a loving full-time mom. Financial
security. Expenses paid. Call Lisa.
(800)900-2980, pin 00. FL Bar#
0150789.


ANNOUNCEMENTS


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

AUCTIONS

AUCTION 182 Acres Divided 2,500
Sq. Ft. Home Thurs., Oct. 2, 4:00 p.m.
Dooly County, GA This farm will sell
divided into 7 tracts ranging in size
from 12 to 59 acres, with 4 tracts
selling absolute. The farm features
120 acres of productive cropland & 62
acres of hardwoods & pines. The home
was built in 2005 and has 3 bedrooms
& 2 baths, custom cabinets, & garden
tub. The farm will be sold divided, in
combinations of tracts or as a whole if
requested. Inspection: Sept. 28, from
1 till 4 p.m., or by appointment. Farm
equipment sells at absolute auction.
Pay20% down, 10% buyer's premium.
GAL # 2034. For Detailed Information
www.johndixon.com (800)479-1763
John Dixon & Associates Auctions-
Marketing.

AUTO DONATIONS

DONATE VEHICLE RECEIVE $1000
GROCERY COUPON NOAH'S ARC
SUPPORT NO KILL SHELTERS,
RESEARCH TO ADVANCE
VETERINARY TREATMENTS FREE
TOWING, TAX DEDUCTIBLE, NON-
RUNNERS ACCEPTED (866)912-
GIVE.

AUTO'S WANTED

WE BUY DAMAGED CARS. Highest
prices paid, 1998 to 2009 models,
Immediate payment, free towing.
DamagedCars.com or (877)877-
7911.

BUILDING SUPPLIES

METAL ROOFING. Buy direct from
manufacturer. Over 20 colors in stock,
several profiles to choose from.
Quick turnaround. Delivery available.
(352)498-0778, (888)393-0335. www.
GulfCoastSupply.com.

BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES

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

OWN A RECESSION Proof Business
Established accounts with the average


Sod For Sale on the farm,
delivered or installed. Cen-
tipede and 419 Bermuda.
West Florida Turf
(850)415-0385;
(850)638-4860. Estab-
lished 1980
Top Soil, Mushroom
Compost, Rock, Yard
Sand and Cypress Mulch.
Call: 773-3349 or
850-570-3776. BILANCO.




For Rent first in Chipley,
Mini Warehouses. If you
don't have the room, "We
Do" Lamar Townsend
(850)638-4539, north of
Townsends.
Mini Storage in Chipley.
All sizes for rent. We
furnish the lock.
(850)326-2399



B&M Mower Repair &
Service. Quality work at a
fair price. Pickup & Deliv-
ery Available. Bill or Mary
(850)638-4492
Sewing Machine and Vac-
uum Cleaner Repair, guar-
anteed service on all
makes and models. Free
estimates. Western Auto,
216 N. Waukesha, Bonifay.
547-3910


Executive Office p'.':"
, 38.1'1i;i

Meeting Space 3.3,.a .-
I.' ri,.ij.'l, il3. ,,f ...o 1,.r
,.r,-, ll H ,: |,.T. I,-:. ,,-: U.' [,1 ., -
-i,,rina l .: i-iir.a ill
8':,. W.i i i

Office space for ease
1240 S Blvd (Corner of
S. Blvd/7th St), Chipley,
$800/mo, 1000 sq ft., 3
offices, 1 reception, 1
bath, kitchen, parking
lot, hardwood firs.
407-616-6890.




For rent Sleepy Hollow
Duplex Apartments
HUD not accepted
2BR/1BA and 3BR/1BA.
Water, garbage, lawn care
included. Spacious, en-
ergy efficient with private
yard. 850-638-7128.
For Rent: Large studio
type apartment with new
carpet, new kitchen, new
sink and counter, new
shower, bathroom, new re-
frigerator, and new stove.
Call 850-547-5244

One bedroom unfurnished
apartment. No pets. WD's
Bait & Tackle, 7th St and
South Blvd.




1BR Furnished House.
WD, water/garbage pro-
vided. Smoke free, no
pets. Credit check, appli-
cation required. $550
month, $450 deposit.
850-638-1272.
1BR House. Clean.
Smoke free. No pets. By
appointment only.
850-263-2748.


owner Earning over $200K a year call
24/7 (866)622-8892 Code X.

EMPLOYMENT SERVICES

Post Office Now Hiring! Avg Pay
$20/hr or $57K/yr Including Federal
Benefits and OT. Placed by adSource
not affiliated w/USPS who hires. Call
(866)713-4492.

Learn to Operate a Crane or Bull Dozer
Heavy Equipment Training. National
Certification. Financial & Placement
Assistance. Georgia School of
Construction. www.Heavy5.com Use
code "FLCNH" or call (866)218-2763.

FINANCIAL

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Nothing to Fear. Bankruptcy is YOUR
right! Call NOW for more information
(772)626-3332



HELP WANTED

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HOMES FOR RENT


Venice New 1 and 2 bedroom homes
from $900 per month in active lifestyle
community with waterfront sites, resort
amenities, on-site activities and events.
(866)823-9860.

HOMES FOR SALE

BankSpecial! 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms,
large lot! Make offer! Gracious Living
Realty. www.graciousliving.org e-mail:
william@graciousliving.org (800)749-
5263 Bank says "Sell, Sell, Sell!"

LAND FOR SALE

Owner Sacrifice Ocala/ Orlando Area
10.29 Acres reduced to $169,785.
Perfect setting, hills, views, fenced,
abuts trail system, minutes to The
Villages. Owner/ Broker (866)656-0022

MISCELLANEOUS

FREE RAGS TO RICHES MAIL ORDER
OPPORTUNITY GUIDE! Name,
Address, Zip and $3 S/H to Emmer:
1903D Bermuda Cir. Coconut Creek, FL
33066. justelnme@aol.com (954)972-
5312.

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


2BR/1BA Block House
in Bonifay.
Screen porch, corner
lot.
$400/mo+$150 deposit.
Tri-County Realty.
547-4480




2BR/1.5BA House
in Sunny Hills, just off
Blvd.
New paint & carpet.
$600/mo+$450 Sec.
Tri-County Realty.
547-4480.


Publisher's
Notice
All real estate advertising in
this newspaper is subject to
.the Fair Housing Act which
makes it illegal to advertise
discrimination based on
race, color, religion, sex,
handicap, familial status or
national origin, or an inten-
tion, to make any such pref-.
erence, limitation or dis-
crimination" Familial status
includes children under the
age of 18 living with parents
or legal custodians, preg-
nant women and people se-
curing custody of children
under 18.
This newspaper will not
knowingly accept any adver-
tising for real estate which Is
in violation of the law. Our
readers are hereby informed
that all dwellings advertised
in this newspaper are availa-
ble on a equal opportunity
basis. To complain of dis-
crimination call HUD toll-free
at 1-800-669-9777. The
toll-free number for the hear-
ing impaired is
1-800-927-9275.


POfRTUirY


2BR-home in Chipley,
CH/A, $400/mo. Not HUD
approved. 850-535-2747.
2BR/1BA. CH/A. No pets.
601 2nd Street. $400 de-
posit, $470 month.
850-326-2920.
3BR/2BA in Sunny-Hills
Area (Elkcam Blvd), laun-
dry room with W&D, appli-
ances included, 5ft. fence
in backyard. $850/mo,
$700 deposit.
850-271-1248 or
850-527-6262.
3BR/2BA, conveniently lo-
cated in Chipley. CH/A.
Reference required. First &
last plus deposit.
547-2091 or 850-260-9230.
For Rent; 3BR/2BA Brick
Ranch house 14,00 sq.,
feet $550. Month 2BR/1BA
trailer, Ponce de Leon
area, $250. month.
850-259-9113
Nice clean Houses, Apart-
ments, Mobile homes for
rent. 4BR/2BA brick home
for sale 850-547-5085 or
850-547-2531



Room Mate Wanted; Sin-
gle female. Smoker & pet
friendly. Private bath. 5 mi-
638-5080.



2 br Singlewide M.H. on
Corbin Rd at County Line.
All electric. Foe more infor-
mation call Lou Corbin @
638-1911. Sorry no pets.
2BR/2BA Mobile-Homes.
No pets, close to Chipley.
$400/mo plus deposit.
850-547-4232.
3BR/1P/2BA Mobile Home,
Mud Hill Rd. $550 month
+ $550 deposit. Water,
sewage and trash fur-
nished. 850-535-2181 or
850-814-2957. Leave mes-
sage.


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6170
2BR/1BA SW Bonifay,
Hwy. 2. Call 772/340-4220.
3BR/1-1/2BA Mobile
Home in Wausau.
$400/mo, plus security.
Call 850-258-3815 or
850-773-1352.
3BR/1BA, newly reno-
vated, near town, parks &
Bonifay Elementary
school. $425. a month.
850-547-3746 or
850-956-2267
3BR/2BA Mobile Home.
Total electric, stove & re-
frigerator. Front deck.
Smoke free environment.
No pets. Apply @ The
Westerner, 638-1124.
Mobile Homes for rent in
Cottondale on Sapp Road,
8 miles east of Chipley.
3BR/2BA and 2BR/2BA
available. Total electric.
(850)258-4868; 209-8847
www.charloscountryliv-
ing.com
Two 3BR/2BA Singlewide
CH/A. 2614 Springhill Rd.,
2 miles south of Bonifay off
Jenkins Rd. 850-547-4198
or 850-373-8922.


7100 Homes
7110- Beach Home/
Property
7120 Commercial
7130 Condo/Townhouse
7140 Farms & Ranches
7150 Lots arid Acreage
7160 Mobile Homes/Lots
7170 Waterfront
7180 Investment
Property
7190 Out-of-Town
Real Estate
7200 Timeshare



2BR/1BA Brick Home,
Chipley City lot. CH/A, new
flooring, enclosed garage,
RF, Stove, W&D. Excellent
condition. $95,000.
638-7927.
3BR/2BA Brick Home in
Martin's Woods. New floor-
ing throughout. Open floor
plan with large Master
Suite. $167,500. Call
850-260-1887.
For Sale: 2BR/1BA house
in country, Gavin Rd, 3'/2
acres, shed, 2 wells, cen-
tral heat/air fish pond.
$85,000. 850-263-6999
For Sale: rent or trade, 4
acres with 3BR/1 BA home,
2BR/1BA mobile home.
Also Classic Ford 79 Thun-
derbird. 850-547-5303


TLC Home for Sale
Three bedroom/ one bath
home for sale in Caryville.
Needs ALOT of TLC to
make into a nice starter or
rental home. Sits on ap-
prox. 1 acre +/- with 1200
heated and cooled living
space. Asking price
$45,000. Call 258-4560 for
more information




For Sale or Lease; Com-
mercial building @ 1257
South Blvd., Chipley. Is set
up & furnished for Day
Care Center but any com-
mercial venture will be
considered. Call for lease
rates & terms. Sq footage
2156. Kitchen, 5(or 6) of-
fices(rooms). Reception
area. Progressive Realty.
850-638-8220.


7150
MP Enterprises Land Sale
and Finance. 5 acres or
more for houses only,
wooded & pasture. 3 miles
South of Chipley. Highway
77, Gainer Rd., Houston
Rd., Beadle Rd., Duncan
Community Rd., Buddy
Rd., (4) five acres (8) ten
acres (5) eight acres.
Owner financing or cash.
Low down payment, low
monthly payments. Call
Milton Peel for information
850-638-1858




2 New Singlewides. Must
Go!! Selling at invoice.
Factory was sold! Call
Brad @ 850-763-7780.
2000 Model 16x70,
3BR/2BA. Includes set-up,
A/C & steps. $23,900. Call
Brad @ 850-763-7780.
2001 Doublewide to be
moved. 1200 sq.ft.,
3BR/2BA, appliances, front
porch & screened-in back
porch included.
850-547-4663.
16x80 4BR/2BA w/new
carpet, paint & appliances.
Call Brad @ 850-763-7780
Doublewide w/fireplace.
Set-up, A/C, new carpet.
$27,500. Call Brad @
850-763-7780.
For Sale: Bonifay profita-
ble 22 unit, quiet mobile
home park, under pecan
trees, prime location.
Owner financing,
$650,000., 850-699-3599


Su. Sp. 14 frm 14p


1649 Falling Waters Road Chipley
This 4BR/4.5BA 4576 sq. ft. Exquisite South-
ern Living style dream home on 10 acres w/
all the extras you'll love. This is truly a "must
see" home, so stop by and take a tour.
Amanda Corbin, Realtor

(| Prudential
Shimmering Sands Realty
(850) 832-7447
www.amandacorbin.com


8100 Antique & Collectibles
8110 Cars
8120 Sports Utility Vehicles
8130 Trucks
8140- Vans
8150- Commercial
8160- Motorcycles
8170 Auto Parts
& Accessories
8210 Boats
8220 Personal Watercraft
8230 Sailboats
8240 Boat & Marine
Supplies
8310 Aircraft/Aviation
8320 ATV/Off Road VehIcles
8330 Campers & Trailers
8340 Motorhomes



1988 Brougham
D'Elegance Cadillac.
Power windows, locks,
seats, AC, AM-FM radio
w/tape. Good tires, very
clean inside and out.
106,200 miles. $2,500
OBO. 850-548-1215.
2008 Nissan Sentra, auto-
matic, 4 door sedan, 6,000
miles, $14,500., 34+ miles
per gallon. 850-849-1879,
850-547-3621 EXT 392
Crown Vic, 1996. $2,999.
One owner. A/C, P/S, P/W,
tinted windows. Clean.
850-638-4374 or
850-726-0812.



92 Freightliner, good for
log truck or long-haul. Has
a Fuller transmission 'and
Detroit engine 60 Series.
$6,000 OBO. Call
850-527-2229.
94 Dodge Ram 1500,
good condition, new tires.
$2200. Call 850-547-4232
or 850-527-4911.



99 Ford 350 V-10 ext. van,
tow package, excellent
condition. 78,000 miles,
$6750. Call 850-638-9771.
'97 Mercury Villager, 7
passenger. Duel air, full
power, premium audio.
Perfect paint, tires & inte-
rior. LOW 68,000 miles.'
Bluebook $6,000. Best of-
fer. 638-0020.




'01 20ft Palm Beach,
center console, 130
Johnson motor. Top
Furamo electronics, low
hours. $12,000. Call
Steve Page @
850-527-1159.

'99 Roballo 21ft Bay
Boat, Mercury 150, Hy-
draulic Jack Plate &
steering, center con-
sole. Garmin electronics
and more. $12,500. Call
Steve Page @
850-527-1159.

Triton 21ft, loaded '01
Pro-Max 225 Tandom
Aluminium Trailor Troll-
ing motor. Tournament
ready. $13,900. Call
Steve Page @
.850-527-1159.


8320
For Sale: 2004, ATV,
4-wheeler, Artic Cat 400, 4
wheel drive, always stored
inside, perfect condition.
$3500. Call 850-547-0535


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